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V 1880. 1881. ^* 

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Chas. Emerson & Co.'s 
NEWBERN, N. C, 

CITY DIRECTORY. 

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WOLFENDEN & SMALI WOOD, 

Comiaission MerchaatrS, 



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BURLAPS, BAGS AND BAGGING, 

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>'.\KUFACTtTKER ASH DEALER IN 

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LUMBER. 

FioorlM and Ceiling Dressed, Toiipeil' and Grooyod to Order. 

All kinds of Moulding, Drackets and Scroll -Work 
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CHAS, EMERSON & GO'S 

Newbern Directory, 

i88o-'8i, 

Being a Complete Index to the Residents of the City, 

ALSO, A CLASSIFIED 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



TO WHICn IS AEDJD AN 



Appendix Containing Useful Information op City, County, 

State, and Miscellaneous Matters, 

together with a 

STREET DIRECTORY, 

A Gazetteer of Craven County, 

— AND A — 

POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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RALEIGH, N. C: 
Edwards, Broughton & Co., Printers and Binders. 

1880. 



DEDICATION 

TO THE 

Business Men of Newbern, N. C. 



lu acknowledgment of the uniform courtesy with which 
they have been treated by the business men of Newbern, 
and in appreciation of the substantial encouragement they 
have given them, the publishers respectfullj'- dedicate to 
them this their first Directory of Newbern. 

CHAS. EMERSON & CO., Publishers. 



INTRODUCTORY 



To THE Citizens of Newbern : 

We take pleasure in presenting to our patrons this our 
first Directory of Newbern. The compiling of a Directory is 
always a task of no mean magnitude, peculiarly susceptible 
to errors ; but w^e have brought to this work the experience 
of several years in other and larger cities, and have consci- 
entiously endeavored to make the initial guide of Newbern 
a credit to our many patrons and ourselves ; and we trust 
that upon examination it will be found correct and satis- 
factory. 

It is our intention to renew the Directory in 1882, when 
it will be more extended and varied in its contents, keeping 
pace with your rapidly growing city. Hoping that our first 
work has been of such a character as to gain for us the con- 
fidence of the people and cause them to retain their patron- 
age for us in 1882, we remain 

Yours respectfully, 

CHAS. EMERSON & CO. 






WM. M. WATSON. S. K. STREET, JR. 

mrATSON 6L STRCBT^ 

AUCTIONEERS, 

NEWBERN, N. C. 

I ccrtity that llie Bond of WATSON & STREET, Auctioneers, in the 
sum of Five Tliousand Dollars, has been approved, accepted, registered 
and filed with the Superior Court Clerk, according to law. 

JOSEPH NELSON, Register of Craven Co. 

P. M. DEANBY, 

DEALER IN 

HARDWARE, IRON, HARNESS, SADDLES, CART, 
WAGON AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL 



Highest CASH Price paid for Scrap Iron, 
Metals and Paper Stock. 

S. FROJVT STREET, JVEWBERN, JV. C 

THE 

Newbern Democrat. 

GEORGE A. LATHAM, Editor. 



Published Daily in NEWBERN, N. C. 

Craven Street, opposite McLean Building'. 
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SPECIAL RATES MADE FOR ADVERTISING. 



General Index. 



Pagk. 

Appondix 12") 

Hanks i;i7 

Husiiiess DiiTctoiy 107 

Churches ' i;{."i 

County Govoriiineiit li'ii 

Dedication .{ 

Gazetteer of Craven County 141 

General Directory of Names ;{'.i 

Government of North Carolina 12S 

Historical Sketch of Newbern 17 

Index l.i 

Introduction 11 

Population ;is 

Post Office Directory ll", 

Secret and Benevolent Societies IS.'J 

Street Directory ir» 

Superior Courts— 1880 12H 

United States Courts 1;{1 



Advertisements. 



Allen Geo& Co Rack Cover 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Back Paster 

Central Hotel 140 

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway 158 

Dailv Nutshell 144 

Detrick John 38 

Draney P M 12 

Edwards, Broni;liton & Co IH 

Follett A L Front Paster 

Gaston House 14 

Green & Stevenson 140 

Hughes H J :{8 

Indiana House 139 

Jo'ies W T Front Paster 

Loni? J S 124 

National Hotel 14 

Newbern Academy 140 

Newbern Democrat 12 

Newbern Military Institute 124 

Newbernian 144 

Phillips W S Front Cover 

Redmond James 14 

Salter Wm 140 

Stinison D Front Cover 

Watson & Street 12 

Warden John H Front Paster 

Willis Joe K Front Paster 

Walfenden & Smallwood Front Cover 



JAMES REDMOND, 



DEALER IN 



GROCERIES, l»EOVmON$, 



-AND — 



General Merchandise. 



The Best Brands of 

Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco 

ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE OPEN FRONT BRICK STORE, 

Middle Street, NEW BERN, N. C. 



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STREET & SON, Owners and Proprietors. 



STREETS' 

MATIOMAIL HOTEIL, 

CAPITOL SQUARE, RALEIGH, ,K C. 



STREET & SON, Owners and Proprietors. 



NEWBERN STREET DIRECTORY, 

[For Abbreviations see page 39.] 



Ash, continuation of Carnier from Elm n to limits 

Atmoro, continuation of Primrose from R R n to limits 

Bragg's Alley, 3 \v from Queen n w to limits 

Broad, 3 n Trent River from e to w limits 

Bryan, 7 w George from Queen s to limits 

Bern, continuation of Muddy from Queen n to Cypress 

Carmer, 2 vv Rountree from Broad n to Cedar 

Carroll, 3 w Rountree from Broad n to Cedar 

Cedar, from cor Queen and Bragg's Alley w to limits 

Change, 3 s e Queen from Ciaven to e Front 

Chapman, 5 w Rountree fr ni Broad to Cedar 

Court, 3 n w Primrose from George to R R 

Craven, 2 w Neuse River from s Front n to Union 

Crooked, 2 n Trent River from Jones to w limits 

Cypress, 2 n Cedar from West to Bragg's Alley 

East Front, 1 w Neuse River from s Front n to Short thence 

n vv to Queen 
Eden, 1 w George from s Front n to Pollock 
Elm, 3 n Broad from West w to limits 
End, is the western limits 

Fleet, continuation of West from Broad s to Pollock 
German, 4 w George from Pollock s to limits 
George, 3 w Middle from Trent River n to Cypress 
Good, 1 n w Primrose from George to R R 
Graves, continuation of Craven from Union n w to Queen 
Griffith, continuation of Graves from Queen n w to limits 
Hancock, 1 w Middle from Trent River n to Queen 
Jerkins' Alle}', 2 w Depot from Queen n w to Primrose 
Johnston, 5 n Trent River from Craven to f^^ieen 
Jones, 5 w George from Pollock s to limits 
Kilmarnock, 1 w Rountree from Broad n to Cedar 
King, 1 s e Queen from Graves to Neuse River 
Metcalf, 2 w Middle from Trent River n to Queen 



10 STREET DIRECTORY. 

Middle, the main business st from the River n to Graves 
Miller, 4 w Rountree from Broad n to Cedar 
Mitchell, 1 n Broad from Rountree w to limits 
Moonshine Alley, 1 w Fleet from Pollock to Broad 
Muddy, 2 w George from s Front n to Queen 
New or Neuse, 4 n Trent River from e limits to Queen 
New South Front, 1 n Trent River from Spring to w limits 
Norwood, w George from Pollock s to limits 
Oak, continuation of Rountree from Eden n to limits 
Pasteur, continuation of Hancock from Queen n w to Prim- 
rose 
Pine, 1 n Cedar from West to Bragg's Alley 
Pollock, 2 n Trent River e and vv to limits 
Primrose, 1 n w Queen from Bragg's Alley to R R 
Queen, passes Cedar Grove Cemetery from n e to s w limits 
ilandolph, 2 n w Primrose from George to R R 
Rountree, from the crossing of Broad and Queen n to Cedar 
Short, 4 s e Queen from New or Neuse n e to limits 
South Front, 1st n Trent Ri\'er from Spring to Neuse River 
Spring, continuation of Fleet from Pollock to s Front 
Stanly, east side Cedar Grove Cemetery 
Tull, 1 n e Griffith from Atmore to Stanly 
Union, 2 s e Queen from Craven to Neuse River 
Walker, 2 n Broad from Rountree n to limits 
West, 2 w George from Queen n to Cypress 

C. B. Edwards. N. B. Bkouohton. C. T. Bailey. 

EDWARDS, BROU&HTOI & CO., 



Blank Book Manufacturers, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



Historical Sketch 



OF THE 



ityofNewbern. 



It is impossible to give either a full or accurate account 
of the history of Newbern. All official papers and docu- 
ments have been lost by the changes and chances of war 
and revolution. All that we can do is to present some of 
the most important and influential facts which constitute 
leading landmarks in the progress of the past. 

Newbern was settled by Lewis Mitel j ell and De Graffen- 
reid, two Swiss gentlemen, who in 1710 received a grant of 
ten thousand acres of land from the Lords Proprietors, who 
had received the title to their possessions from Charles the 
Second of England. One of these Proprietors was William 
Lord Craven, united to the Queen of Bohemia by a mor- 
ganatic marriage, and after whom the present county of 
Craven was called. These Swiss gentlemen brought with 
them fifteen hundred Swiss and six hundred and fifty Ger- 
mans These last were called palatines, because they were 
from the Palatinate. Queen Anne of England was anxious 
to help the citizens of that country, because of her relation 
to Elizabeth the daughter of James the First, who had mar- 
ried Frederick the Elector Palatine. The original settle- 
ment of Newbern is said to have taken place between the 
foot of Craven street and the eastern terminus of Broad 
street, where stood a lofty eminence of land called Council 
Bluff', because here the Lidians built their council fires, and 
held those serious deliberatiohs which were significant of 
life or death to the infant white colony. Tradition repre- 
sents De Graffenreid as a brilliant adventurer, courtly and 
impfising in his person and manners, ingenious and caj)ti- 
vating in his speech, and in almost every sense fitted to be 
the successful leader of a perilous enterprise. Indeed it is 



18 HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 

said tliat so fascinating was this hero of the Palatines, that 
even the royal heart of Queen Anne was not insensible to 
his charms, and that her sagacious ministers thought it the 
better part of prudence and statecraft to send him to the 
New World. But whatever may have been his personal 
beauty, or the splendor of his accomplishments, his dishon- 
est and ungenerous treatment of his associates showed him 
to be a very bad man. Having an evil eye to the main 
chance, he took up all the lands of the other settlers in the 
names of trustees, making himself one of these, and, with- 
out assigning any cause therefor, mortgaged the same, in- 
cluding the site of the village of Newbern, to Thomas Pol- 
lock for eight thousand pounds sterling. In other words, 
he conveyed out of the hands of their lawful owners fifteen 
thousand acres of the richeet and best lands in Craven and 
Jones counties, and then fled from the country which he 
had dishonored by his cruelty and injustice. If the In- 
dians had lacerated and calcined De Graffenreid instead of 
poor Lawson, who seems to have been a gentleman and a 
scholar, they would have rendered a public service to j^os- 
terity. The descendants of De Graffenreid afterwards en- 
deavored to obtain from the heirs of Thomas Pollock, whose 
title b}^ the way could be no better than De Graflenreids, 
the possession of this property. But the law and the lawyers 
were against them and they had to abandon the contest. 

The first exciting experience which befell the little colony 
was an unexpected Indian war. The Tuscaroras and their 
savage confederates were set for the destruction of Newbern 
and its vicinity. This was in September, 1811. Having 
captured De Graffenreid and Lawson, the latter being the 
Surveyor General of the j)rovince, they went deliberately 
and cautiously to work to root out the whole settlement. 
With the habitual cunning of the Indian character, they 
sent spies into every household, and familiarized themselves 
with every weakness of the inhabitants. At last the con- 
spiracy was ready and the blow fell. Twelve hundred sav- 
ages j)lunged into this sea of blood. The slaughter outside 
of Newbern was indiscriminate. Old men, women and chil- 
dren alike perished without mercy. The Roanoke settle- 
ments were swept like the streets of Paris under the swords 
of St. Bartholomew. Ancient little Bath, out of whose 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 19 

moonliglited creeks and coves the monotonous song of tlie 
Indian maid still seems to float and live, was drowned in 
the the blood of its noble Huguenots. And the Swiss and 
Palatines in the neighborhood of Newborn were struck down 
without warning and without pity. But this most shame- 
ful butcher}^ was a death blow to the Indians in this coun- 
tr}'. The battle-cry of the settlers rung from river to river, 
and from headland to promontory, ('ol. Mitchell took the 
field with the small force at his command, and detachments 
from South Carolina and Virginia marched rapidly to the 
scene of the fier}^ overthrow. At last, at a point about 
twenty miles west of Newborn, the same, we presume, now 
designated Fort Barnwell, the barbarous Tuscaroras and 
their allies encountered the white forces under Col. Barn- 
well. The savages, confident in their superiority of num- 
bers, left their stockade and attacked with the tomahawk in 
the open field. But the avengers of blood were before them. 
They were utterly defeated, with the loss of three hundred 
killed and one hundred prisoners. Afterward the whole 
body surrendered, and that w^as the end of their power for 
evil in this country. 

Twelve years passed away after this brief but decisive 
struggle with the Indians, when the act of Incorporation 
took place. A general assembly of the burgesses, elected by 
the people, met whenever the Governor chose to call it, and 
at any place which he might appoint. In November, 1723, 
the general assembly being then in session in the town of 
Edenton, an act was passed "for the better settling of the 
town of Newborn, in the precinct of Craven," by which it 
was formally incorporated, and lots reserved for a Court 
House, church and market place. It is not necessar}' for us 
to give the words of this act. The area of the city so deiiued 
by this official transaction, covered two hundred and fifty 
acres. And it was a remarkable feature of this legal settle- 
ment of Newbern, that, if any owner of property died with- 
out heirs, or without disposing of his property by will, said 
property reverted or escheated to Cullen Pollock and his 
heirs and assigns. To persons with the enlightened and 
expansive legal information of this age and generation, this 
looks like a very irregular arrangement. But it was very 
likely the best provision that could be made for a people 



20 HISTORY OP NEVVBERN. 

who had been cheated out of tlieir rights by the bold and 
unscrupulous cunning of De Graffenreid. On the 6th of 
March, 1738, the Colonial Legislature, which had hitherto as- 
sembled in the town of E'^enton, was convened in Newbern, 
and some imj)ortant measures were discussed and inaugu- 
rated. Among them was the establishment of Circuit Courts, 
which was a large improvement in the legal interests of the 
community. The Legishiture continued to meet in New- 
bern for several years, which of itself is an evidence of the 
growing importance of the place. In 1740, this body set 
apart and confirmed four lots to be sold for the purpose of 
erecting a church. The church of England was the only eccle- 
siastical body which possessed any jurisdiction in the coun- 
try, the intimate connection between church and State being 
of course, just as binding here as in the mother country, 
and the people, amid the perils and hardships of their new 
home, seem not to have been forgetful of their religious his- 
tory and obligations. 

In 1743, the town seems (o have been in a thrifty and 
flourishing condition, as there were then within its borders 
several "taverns" and "ordinaries," which is pretty sure 
proof of an advancing commercial prosperity. In 1745-'46, 
the Provincial Legislature met in Newbern, and in the lat- 
ter year courts of Oyer and Terminer, Assizes and Nisi 
Prius, and the Courts of Chancery were ordered to be held 
here. It was also determined that the town should have a 
representative in the Legislature. In 1747, the Legislature 
again assembled here, and several important laws were en- 
acted. In 1749, James Davis, a citizen of Virginia, brought 
a printing press to the |)lace, and afterwards started a Aveekly 
paper, called the " North Carolina Gazette." Thus was 
planted early in the town, and long before the clarion voice 
of liberty had aroused the hearts and intellects of the land, 
that spirit of education and refinement, which made New- 
bern the cradle of social elegance and power, and the birth- 
place of some of the most richly endowed men on the conti- 
nent. This was the first printing office established in the 
State, and the " Gazette " was the first newspaper sent forth 
in North Carolina, to shape the moral and political senti- 
ment of its citizens, and to start the germs of that hatred of 
oppression which made North Carolina, in the war of the 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 21 

Regulators, the first battle field of the Revolution. James 
Davis, who won the honors of this achievement, was justly 
selected to do the public printing, and died in 1783, after 
having witnessed the full fruition of his labors. 

About this time considerable attention seems to have been 
paid to the necessities of life, as a special meeting of the 
Commissioners was heid to see who felt inclined " to under- 
take and build a fence to enclose the town of Nevvbern," 
said fence to be six feet high, close enough " to keep out 
hogs and wild animals," of good, substantial rails, and with 
two strong gates communicating with the outer world. This 
enclosure, when finished, stretched almost parallel with New 
Street, between New and Queen, fi-om river to river. Tiie 
builders were alloweil fifty pounds for its construction, and, 
as in the history of walled cities, watchmen were appointed 
to keep the portals. Domestic animals, such as cattle, horses 
and sheep, must have been rajjidly on the increase, as mu- 
nicipal regulations were passed fixing the number allowed 
within the corporate limits, and a public [)ound was built, 
where all vagrant anifuals were seized and put up at public 
auction. The owners of lots were also required, under a 
penalty of twenty shillings, to cut down the trees and clear 
up their premises, and also to remove all wooden chimneys 
so as to guard against the perils of fire. 

One of the ordinances passed at that remote period, is es- 
pecially remarkable for its singularity and c[uaintness. It 
reads as follows: "Ordered, that the Town Constable warn 
the several respective masters and mistresses of families, and 
others liable by law, to meet at the Court House on Thurs- 
day next, at 10 o'clock, and bring with them all their Tiiale 
taxables provided with grubbing hoes or axes, to clear the 
streets of the town, under penalty by law." No instructions 
given to the City Marshal at that remote day, to put two or 
three poorly paid workmen upon the streets, who should 
receive their slender recotnpense in city vouchers. The cit- 
izens were compelled to do the work themselves, or have it 
done by the members of their households. Who their male 
taxables were, we are not definitely informed. But we pre- 
sume that the servants of a family were specially designated, 
and, in the event of there being no servants, as is now the 



22 HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 



case in the working of the public roads, the free white citi- 
zens themselves were required to do the work. 

From 1754, the period when Gov Arthur Dobbs arrived 
from England, and took up his residence here as Colonial 
Governor, up to the breaking out of the Revolution, the 
town gradually increased in population, in intelligence and 
political importance. But it was preserved for the adminis- 
tration of Gov. Tryon, which began in 1765, to arouse the 
most exciting interest in the public mind, to make Newbern 
the centre of courtly and aristocratic influence, and to throw 
around its history the most dazzling memories of its colonial 
age. Fresh from the ceremonial splendors of the mother 
country, and inflated with swelling ideas of gubernatorial 
pomp and power. Gov Tryon sought to establish a viceregal 
government at the expense of the people. An ordinary 
house for himself and family was altogether inadequate to 
his conceptions and wants. Nothing less than a royal palace 
would do. Backed by the stately blandishments and fasci- 
nating manners of the ladies of his household, he caused 
.'successive appropriations of nearly one hundred thousand 
dollars to be made for this purpose by the Legislature. It is 
doubtful whether the most beautiful and irresistible lobbyist 
in Washington to-day, would have ranked by the side of 
Esther Wake, the Governor's sister-in-law, in that struggle 
for palatial luxury and show\ The money was pressed out 
of the people, and the palace was built. Standing in a 
prominent position between Eden and Metcalf streets, its 
rear windows looking out over an imposing terrace upon the 
sparkling Trent, its front commanded by a broad pavement 
stretching to the Neuse, massive wings joined on to the main 
building by semi-circular corridors, a costly aquarium on the 
roof, with mantles and mantle ornaments from Italy and 
Spain filing its interior, this expensive structure was at 
once a monument of Tryon's folly and of the conciliatory 
spirit of the people. It gave birth to the war of the Regu- 
lators, and sowed thickly the seeds of the revolution. Wil- 
mington, on account of its superior commerce, had been the 
original residence of Gov. Tryon. But when the patriots of 
that section, lead on by Ashe and Waddell, had resisted the 
execution of the Stamp Act, had bearded the Governor in 
his strongholds, and compelled the surrender of the Stamp- 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 23 

master, he determined that Newbern should have the honor 
of the new palace, and be hent'elorth the official home of 
the ro3'al governors. That noble residence has long since 
become a tlream of the past. After the revolution it was 
completely dismantled, and instead of being jealously 
guarded by the State as its most valuable possession, it sccuns 
to liave been abandoned, all but one wing, to ignoble pur- 
poses and uses, until at last an old lunatic touched to it the 
torch which consumed it into ashes. 

The op[)ressive tax levied by the Legislature to meet the 
extravagant demands of the Governor, IuhI kindled among 
the western farmers the flames of indignation and resist- 
ance. Organized companies of Regulators were springing 
into existence throughout the State. Tlie Governor became 
alarmed at the rising tempest. Col. Leach, the cotnmander 
of the Craven militia, was ordered to bring his regiment 
into the town. Orders were issued to the military authori- 
ties of the adjacent counties to hold themselves ready to 
march at a moment's warning. The Legislature of 1770,. 
which met in the famous palace at the request of the fright- 
ened Executive, directed that all State records and docu- 
ments should be brought into Newbern. At the same ses- 
sion, five hundred pounds were voted to the Governor to 
enable him to defend the town against the enetn}^, and to 
protect the official residence from the fiery chances of the 
impending contest. In March following, at a Special Court 
of 03'er and Terminer, bills of indictment were found 
against some of the leading Regulators, and Gov. Tyron 
resolved to execute tlie writs himself. For this pur()ose, 
taking with him the members of his Council, a number of 
the leading citizens of Newbern, and all the military forces 
of Craven and adjoining counties, he marched for Hiilsboro. 
Then happened what might have been expected — he de- 
feated the Regulators but ruined himself The former^ 
though but poorly armed, and little better than an unor- 
ganized mob, stood to their colors and died for their princi- 
ples. Upon the plains of Alamance, memorable Ibrever in 
our history, the rough ploughman with his reap hook grap- 
pled the drilled muskets of the royal soldiery, and in dying 
breathed the breath of life into the stalwart son of lib- 
erty about to be born amid the sobs and groans of Lexing- 
2 



24 HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 

ton. For once Newbern was in bad comppny. In follow- 
ing the Great Wolf, as the Cherokees called Gov. Tryon, she 
committed herself to bad measmes, and submitted to the 
leadership of a bad man. But she nobly redeemed herself 
at a later period in her history. The cruelty shown by the 
victorious Governor to the conquered Regulators is one of 
the saddest piissages in this brief but heroic history. In- 
stead of exhibiting the magnanimity of a great soul, and 
conciliating the people by his clemency, the dungeon and 
the cord were the ministers of his, vengeance. He hung 
Capt. Few, one of the most conspicuous of his captives, and 
afterwards executed six otiiers, himself acting as the mas- 
ter of ceremonies. Gov. Tr3'on may have been, as he is 
represented to be, both a politician and a soldier. His 
women may have been the most brilliant butterflies that 
ever threw the lustre of their beauty around the princely 
gatherings of a court. But they drew a curse to themselves 
in North Carolina, which will cling to their memory forever. 
It would seem as if the very ghosts of tlie slain Regulators 
haunted their grand palace after they had left it, and never 
quit its doomed corridors and halls until it had perished 
from the earth. 

As the misfortunes of Lous Sixteenth were brought on by 
the licentious extravagance of his predecessor, so the unpop- 
ularity of Gov. Martin, who succeeded Tryon in 1771, was 
confirmed and intensified by impolitic administration of 
that inconsiderate ruler. The great contest of the Revolu- 
tion, which had been made possible by the Stamp Act and 
other injudicious enactments of the British Government, 
was made certain and immediate in North Carolina by the 
oppressive burdens of taxation. Newbern played an im- 
portant part in the exciting struggle. The first assemblage 
independent of royal authority ever convened in the State, 
met here on the 25th August, 1774. This convention ap- 
proved of a call for a General Congress to be held in Phila- 
delphia in September, and appointed four delegates to rep- 
resent the colony in that body. Abner Nash and Isaac Ed- 
wards were the delegates from Newbern. Col. John Har- 
vey was the President of the first ('onvention, and issued a 
call for a second meeting to be held in Newbern on the 4th 
April, 1775. The Legislature also assembled here at the 



HISTORY OF NFWBERN. 25 

same date, and showed a cordial appreciation of the patriotic 
sentiments of the people. The gathering storm-cloud be- 
gan to arouse the loyal feelings of the Governor, and he de- 
nounced in unmeasured terms the plans and plotters of re- 
bellion. He mounted cannon before the famous palace, 
and prepared to use Gov. Tryon's remedy of shot and steel 
upon the rebels. But the spirit of resistance had become 
too strong for his authority. The hour for conciliation had 
passed. The people of Ncwbern watched with much uneas- 
iness the threatening jaws of the cannon, but they would 
not be terrified into submission. Dr. Alexander Gaston, 
Richard Cogdell, James Coor, and others of the leading 
citizens of the town collected together, captured the six 
pieces of artillery and carried them off in the very presence 
of the Executive. That night Governor Martin fled from 
his royal residence, and returned with a few friends, first to 
Fort Johnston on the Cape Fear, and afterward to an Eng- 
lish ship of war, from which he continued to issue procla- 
mations to the insurgent citizens. But his fliglit from New- 
bern on that memorable occasion may be taken as the clos- 
ing scene of royal administration in North Carolina. This, 
however, was only the opening of the might}^ conflict. A 
Committee of Safety was appointed, consisting of the most 
intelligent and influential people of the place, whose duty 
it was to watch the disafl'ected and to strengthen the waver- 
ing. As Donald McDonald, a distinguished Scotchman, 
under the power of a commission issued to him by Gov. 
Martin, had raised the royal standard near Fayetteville, and 
collected a large body of troops, it became necessary to meet 
him in the field. There were but two continental regiments 
raised in North Carolina. One of these was under the com • 
mand of Col. James Moore, and was posted about twelve 
miles from McDonald's camp. Moore called for reinforce- 
ments, and Col. Richard Caswell went to his assistance with 
the Newbern battalion of Minute Men. On the march Wil- 
mington added to it some Militia, and a detachment under 
Col. Lillington. On the 27th of February, 1776, the oppos- 
ing forces met at Moore's Creek, and a sanguinary battle 
took place. The Newbern troops, at an important period 
of the action, poured across South River and charged the 
enemy in the flank and rear. The boastful Highlander 



26 HISTORY OF NEWBERV. 

and his tory allies could not stand the impetuous attack of 
the tiery patriots, but broke in disorder and fled from the 
field, thus exhibiting the fact that not only could our people 
pass inflamatory resolutions in council, but ably and reso- 
lutely defend them in the field ! 

At a session of the Legislature held in Newbern in 1777, 
a serious and thorough discussion was had of the military 
condition of the State. The immediate result of the venti- 
lation of this question was the organization of the State mili- 
tia. Col. William Bryan was appointed General of the New- 
bern District. Together with the wise and judicious provis- 
ions incorporated in the military bill, such as the regulation, 
compelling tlie inferior soldiery, under the penalty of humil- 
iating confinement, to obey their superior oflicers, this Legis- 
lature passed salutary laws looking to the genera) protection 
and prosperity of the country. Among other statutes, it 
was enacted that, "whereas the evil and pernicious practice 
of freeing slaves ought, at this alarming state of affairs, to 
be guarded against by all friends of law and order, it is or- 
dered that if any slave be set free except for meritorious 
conduct, the said slave shall be arrested and sold." Two 
facts are i)roininently set forth by the language of this en- 
actment: first, that there were conscientious scruples in the 
minds of our countrymen even then concerning the institu- 
tion of slavery, and second, that their patriotic purpose was 
too wise, fixed and resolute to permit mere fanatical impulses 
to embarrass their political efiforts. It was reserved for the 
English Government and the Northern States of this conti- 
nent, both of whom joined together to fasten the institution 
like iron fetters upon our people, to scourge with insults, 
fire and sword, the land which they had so grossly injured. 
But these enactments of the Legislature were only inciden- 
tal to the bloody drama, which was still moving forward 
with all its exciting details. It is probable that the gallant 
patriots of Newbern, after the battle of Moore's Creek, were 
scattered under the Continental banners all over the nation, 
as Caswell, Nash, and others of their leaders have left their 
fame upon every stricken field. This supposition is con- 
firmed by the fact that, in 1781, almost in the last extremity 
of the war, a force of four hundred regulars together with 
about the same number of tories from Wilmington, under 



HISTORY OF NEVVBERN. 27 



the leadership of Major Crai^, attacked Newbeni and cap- 
tured it, sacking the town, and slayino; Dr. Gaston as, to- 
^pilier with liis family, he W{ismakin<r his escajio from Union 
Point. It is said, that this devoted citizen had made him- 
self especially obnoxious to the enemy because of his intel- 
li.ii:ence, his gallantry and his influence. Richard Cogdell 
was another citizen against whom they had a burning ha- 
tred. Both of them were in Newbern at the time of the at- 
tack. Cogdell escaped, but (xaston was slain. It is said 
that they fired upon the faithful patriot over the shouhlcr 
of his wife, thus putting the seal ui)on that barbarous cruelty 
which has made the English soldier a public scandal from 
the battle of Hastings until now. 

The history of Newbern, after the close of the Revolution, 
was more the history of private famihes and of local com- 
mercial development than anything else. That the mer- 
cantile prosperity of the place w^as very great is shown from 
the fact, that the firm of Turner & Stanly are said to have 
lost, by the misadventures of the war, thirty sail of vessels 
in the West Indies. Bat still there was no public excite- 
ment, immediately after the close of hostilities, to give the 
town a popular importance, and we must look solely to the 
State and National influence of its most di'^tinguished lead- 
ers for whatever history it may have made. Tlie first 
strongly marked character who came to the front was Rich- 
ard Dobbs Spaiiiht. An Irishman of respectable and hon- 
orable parentage, a giaduate of the University of Glasgow, 
and a staunch adherent of the political rights of the Colo- 
nies, he ideiitified himself with the military movements as 
the Aid of Gen. Caswell in 1780, and was with tliat distin- 
guished patriot at the battle of Camden. In 17S1 he repre- 
sented the town of Newbern in the House of T'ommons, and 
in 1782-83 and '84 he was elected to represent the State as 
well in the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, and he 
appears to have served with ability in both capacities. In 
1785 and 1786, he was again a member of the Legishiture 
from Craven. In 1787, he was chosen one of the delegates 
to frame the National Constitution, and his name is append- 
ed to that immortal instrument. In 1788 he was one of the 
delegates from Craven to the Convention at Hillsboro to 
deliberate on the same. In 1792 he was elected Governor 



28 HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 



of the State, in which year he was member of the House of 
Commons from Newbern. In 1798, he was again elected to 
Congress froQi the Newbern District, and served one term. 
In 1801 he became a member of the State Senate, and in the 
next year perished in a personal rencounter with his great 
political adversar}^, John Stanly. 

This disastrous result grew out of the divergent political 
principles of the day, and the intense personal bitterness en- 
gendered thereby. Contemporaneous with the framing of 
the Constitution the old Federal ideas of national consoli- 
dation, which in this year, 1880, are again threatening the 
stability of the government, and the oppo.site theory of State 
sovereignty, represented by Republicanism, began to agi- 
tate the people. By the close of the century, two great, pow- 
fully organized bodies, lead on by Adams and Hamilton on 
the one part, and Madison and Jefferson on the other, had 
divided the political sentiment of the country. John 
Stanly, son of John Wright Stanly, one of the wealthiest and 
most influential merchants of Newbern at the close of the 
Revolution, had then just grown to manhood, and was one 
of the most brilliant intellects ever produced by the South. 
A federalist by principle and profession, with a quick and 
inexhaustible genius armed at all points with satire, ridicule 
and invective, bold even to recklessness in grappling with 
an adversary, and with more of the rude gallantry of Ran- 
dolph than tlie polished courtesy of Clay, it was inevitable 
if there was any manhood on the other side, that he should 
sooner or later come into personal collision with his oppo- 
nents. Gov. Spaight happened to be the most conspicuous 
of the Republican leaders, and it fell to his lot to become 
a victim to the towering ambition and relentless temper of 
his adversary. It is unnecessary to repeat the often told 
story here. Doubtless, both were to blame for the quarrel. 
But it is a sad commentary on the civilization and christian 
spirit of the times, that two such eminent men as John 
Stanly and Richard Dobbs Spaight could fight a fatal duel 
in the very suburbs of Newbern, in broad daylight of the 
Holy Sabbath, in the presence of numerous s[)ectators, and 
yet public sentiment tolerate the crime. It is a matter of 
public history, that even the Governor of the State extended 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 29 

his executive clemency to tlie survivor, by granting him a 
pardon. This duel took place on the 5th of September, 1802. 
We do not admire the character of John Stanly any more 
than we do that of John Randolph, whom he seems greatly 
to have resembled iu the erratic splendor of his genius, and 
in the injpervious, overbearing forcefulness of his temper. 
But, nevertholer^s, after the opening of this century, his i)ro- 
fessional ingenuity and success, and his public political ca- 
reer wrought out a large part of our local history for many 
years. His first entrance into public life was as a borough 
member in the House of Commons in 1798, which position 
he again filled the next year. He represented the Newbern 
District in Congress in ISOl, and again in 1809. At the ex- 
piration of this term of service, he was again elected a 
borough member of the House of Commons in 1812, and 
became the leader of his part}' in opposition to the war, and 
to President Madison's administration. He continued with- 
out much intermission in the House of Commons, of which 
he was oftc'n Speaker, until 1826, when he was smitten with 
a paralytic stroke, whicii terminated his political career. 
His li!e ended in a short time thereafter, on the 3rd of Au- 
gust, 1834. Contemporaneous with Mr. Stanly, whose infe- 
rior he was probabl}' in what men agree to call genius, but 
vastly his superior in the roundness of his character, and in 
the greatness and foiopleteness of his intellectual furniture, 
was William Gaston. Time and again representing the 
people in the State Legislature and in Congress, but on ac- 
count of his religious opinions being disabled from holding 
any judicial position before 1833, he conferred honor and 
distinction upon every office which he held. He was 
Speaker of the House of Commons in 1803. In 18 IG, as a 
member of the Federal Congress, he was considered to take 
rank with Randolph, Lowndes, Clay, Forsyth, Pinckney and 
others, who were the political giants of those days. Aiter 
the Convention for amending the State Constitution had 
removed the religious disqualifications from his path, he was 
made one of the judges of the Supreme Court of North Car- 
olina, and was filling that exalted position when he died in 
1814. Judge Gaston was entitled to rank ai his death as the 
first citizen of the State, if not the very first which she over 
possessed. Senator Badger doubtless possessed a greater 



30 HISTORY OF NEW BERN. 

vohiine of brain, Frank Hawks was the greatest orator the 
State ever produced, and John Stanly may have been his 
superior as a great po{)ular speaker and leader. Hut take 
mental gifts, culture and character all in one, neither one of 
these wa's the equal of William Gaston. A noble memory 
of him, like the echo of a beautiful song, still lingers around 
the hearts and homes of the ancient city for which his father 
perished, and to illustrate whose annuls he devoted the no- 
blest energies of his life. And what other city in America 
has ever been J he nuri^ing mother of four such men as Gas- 
ton, Stanly, Badger and Hawks. 

Ncwbern's participation in the war of 1812 was not likely 
to have been active or conspicuous. Though the voting 
strength of the two parties in Craven county is said to have 
been about equally divided, the j)ersonal and political in- 
fluence of Gaston and Stanly, the two most potential citi- 
zens of the town, being exerted against Madison's govern- 
ment, and consequently against the policy of the war, it is 
hardly probable that the people of Newbern went very 
earnestly against the sentiment of these two men. But a 
very marked incident of the times, notwithstanding, was 
the important part played by the privateer, Snap-Dragon, 
owned by a stock company in Newbern, and commanded 
by Capt. bttway Burns. This vessel is said to have done 
great damage to the English shipping, and to have brought 
many prizes into port. During the progress of the war, 
Admiral Cockburn, with an English fleet, came over Ocra- 
coke Bar, and created great excitement through the coun- 
try. He captured the Custom House ofiicer at Portsmouth, 
but treated the people kindly, even generously, paying 
them the highest prices for the commissary stores which he 
look from them. Probably the inadequacy of the naviga- 
tion through the Swash and the river Neuse for his ponder- 
ous ships of wa ■, prevented a repetition of Major Craig's 
famous attack ufion Newbern. 

We have said, that one of the most important elements of 
the history of Newbern, after the Revolutionary struggle, 
was its commercial prosperity and growth. This was es- 
])ecially the case after the opening of this century. Its 
foreign trade grew with dazzling rapidity, and the impor- 
tance 01 these foreign relations left its impress upon every 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 31 

department of business. Ship-yards sprang into existence 
as if under tlie touch of an enchanter's wand — new vessels 
of every grade and model were constantly going upon the 
stocks. Smith's creek and Bay river also became the scenes 
of mechanical ingenuity and skill, and, with the exception 
of the canvass, the vessels when completed were fully 
rigged and equipped in our own waters. To adopt the 
expressive language of another writer: "The rope-walks in 
the vicinity of the town manufactured all the cordage, the 
iron work was all done at the ship yards, and when the 
vessels were launched and the accounts all settled up by the 
contractors, almost every dollar was left at home, to lay the 
keels of new vessels, and to purchase cargoes for the distant 
voyages." These cargoes consisted of oak and red oak staves, 
cypress shingles, tar and pitch, long ranging pitch pine 
lumber, mess jiork and tobacco, in a word, all the products 
of the surrounding country, which were exchanged in the 
We.st Indies for sugar and molasses, salt and rum, besides a 
large balance of Spanish milled dollars and doubloons. 
Fortunes were easily made by enterprising merchants in 
those days, for the commodities brought back from foreign 
ports in exchange for our exports were in great demand in 
the interior, and were carried off in waggons and flats, the 
onlv means of tran.sportation known to people of that gen- 
eration. 

This commercial growth, slightly repressed by the war of 
1812, sprang into fresh activity and life after its termina- 
tion. It is said that the single article of salt went up in 
this market to five dollars per bushel. The foreign demand 
for our home products, from this period on to 1835, was 
more pressing than ever. Then were laid the foundations 
of those prosperous fortunes, which gave to Newbern what- 
ever material energy she possessed in the commercial ex- 
perience of those days. Her merchants, equally with her 
lawyers, politicians and divines, became the architects of 
her power, reputation and infiucnce. The WcHinlcys, 
Harveys, Sneads, Justices, Taylors, Hollisters, Smallwoods, 
Simpsons, M( Lins, Cuthberts and others, accumulated the 
comforts and luxuries of social life, and gave a financial 
character to the place, w'hich it never before possessed. Some 
conception may be formed of the immense merchant-ma- 



32 HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 

rine, which then crowded our Avaters, when, it is said, that 
there were over forty square-rigged vessels beh)nging to the 
port, besides numerous smaller coast-wise schooners. These 
vessels were nearly all owned by the citizens of New-hern. 
Tlie costly cargoes with which they were freighted, on their 
outward and return voyages, were under the control of 
home capital, and the wealth which they accumulated was 
em})loyed for home expansion and home hnppiness. 

The year 1835 is generally considered by the best students 
of our local history to have been the turning point in the 
prosperity of Newbern. After that period her commercial 
decline was gradual but inevitable. Disease had sw;^pt 
from the forests the oak timber, which had been such a 
valuable article of trade. The Great West was teeming 
with enterprising settlers, and we could no longer com[)ete 
with her in the raising of pork. In the production of cot- 
ton, we could not begin to sustain a struggle with the pro- 
lific soil and precocious climate of tlie more Southern States. 
The facilities of steam were rapidly driving sail-ves-ols 
from the ocean, and concentrating the commercial forct^s of 
the world upon the metropolitan centres of trathc and trade. 
To make matters worse, real estate began to fall, the banks 
with a plethora of money could not find customers, and 
immigration set in, draining the town and country of many 
of our most valuable and cultivated citizens. For a time, 
utter bankruptcy was stayed by the sudden and unexpected 
demand for rosin and spirits of turpentine. The spirits was 
an indispensable article in the manufacture of rubber goods, 
and was besides necessary for lights, as no kerosene or gas 
had at that day enlightened the darkness of the world. The 
old town was soon dotted with tur()entine distilleries, ex- 
tending far up the Neuse. About ISio, two steamb!)ats 
were required upon that river as tugs, to draw the enor- 
mous flats, loaded down with six hundred barrels of naval 
stores a ])iece, brought out of the counties of Wayne, John- 
ston, Lenoir and Greene. But still, from 1835 up to the 
commencement of our civil war, the commercial decline of 
Newbern was steadily on the increase. It was thouglit, that 
the construction of the Atlantic and North Carolina rail- 
road, which was formerly opened by splendid addresses from 
North Carolina's two greatest orators, Henry W. Miller and 



HISTORY OF NEW BERN. 33 

Dr. Hawks, in 1858, would restore the glowin<^ prestaj[^G of 
the past. But if more than the mere convenience of travel 
has been harvested from the operation of that road, we are 
yet to see it. 

Any sketch of Newbern would be incomplete, wliich 
should make no reference to the development of its educa- 
tional interests. In 17(54, the Legislature passed an act to 
erect a school house in the town. On the 3rd of November, 
17G6, another act was passed which was couched in the fol- 
lowing language: "Wl)ereas, a number of well disposed per- 
sons, taking into consideration the great necessity of having 
a proper school or public seminary of learning established, 
have at a great ex[)ense, erected and built in the town of 
Newbt^rn a convenient house for the purposes aforesaid," <fec. 
In 1773, another act was passed alluding to a "large and 
commodious building" already erected for school purposes, 
and prohibiting any other improvement of the lots upon 
which it was located. In 1784, another act was passed, first 
giving to the school the name of the Newbern Academy, 
and appointing Richard Caswell, Abner Nash, John Wright 
Stanly, William Blount, John Sitgraves, William McClure, 
and others a Board of Trustees. Now the question is, when 
was the present school building erected ? We see it stated 
in some of the modern accounts of the occurrences of that 
remote day, that the school house of the Revolution was a 
log building, and that the present commodious structure 
was built at a much later day. But would the Acts of 1766 
and '73 describe a log house as an expensive building, and 
speak of it as large and commodious ? Would such men as 
Caswell, Nash, Stanly and Blount take the trusteeship of a 
log school house, calling it by the pompous name of the 
Newbern Acadetn}-? We think that all the proofs from the 
early legislative enactments, as well as from the size, style, 
location and material of the present structure, show that the 
present Newbern Academy is the one constructed between 
1764 and '6ij, and {)robably by the very architect who built 
Tryon's palace. But however this may be, this school has 
for over a hundred years been the unfailing source of moral 
and mental training for the citizens of Newbern. A long 
line of accomplished schoolmasters have honored its halls. 
Some of the mightiest spirits of the nation have been taught 



34 . HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 

benontli its venerable roof. And it is even to-day under the 
faithful direction of one of the ablest and most deserving 
of the Professors of our own University, when that nohle in- 
stitution was in its prime, and is dispensing its imperisha- 
ble blessings to the rising generation. 

Besides the distinguished public men whose names have 
already been mentioned, Newbern was the birth-place of 
many other gifted spirits. Richard Dobbs Spaight, son of 
the previous Governor of that name, represented this Dis- 
trict in Congress in 1823-'24, and Was elected Governor of 
the State in 1834, being the last under the old constitution. 
Edward Stanly, son of John Stanly, represented this Dis- 
trict in Congress from ]837 to 1843, and again from 1849 to 
1853 He was elected Attorney General during the session 
of 1846, but soon resigned the position. After his last term 
in Congiess, he removed to California, and soon launched 
into a lucrative practice of the law. During the great civil 
war, he w;is appointed by President Lincoln, Governor of 
North Carolina. But when he came here, found all his old 
friends in the Confederate army, and saw the utter impossi- 
bility of quieting the storm, he resigned and returned to his 
distant homo, where he soon after passed peacefully to his 
reward. Besides these, there were John R. Donnell,a Judge 
of the Superior Court, Charles B. Shepherd, a ])rominent 
lawyer and politician, John H. and James W. Bryan, both 
men of talent, fame and influence; Richard S. Donnell, a 
fine parliamentarian, a successful lawyer and the soul of 
wit; M. E. Manly, a Judge of the Supreme Court and a 
member-elect of the United States Senate; Thomas Black- 
ledge, Vine Allen, Edward Graham, Wright Stanly, Isaac 
Lee Guion, George L. Attmore, and others. In the nobler 
sphere of religious effort. Dr. Francis L. Hawks, Bishop 
Cicero Hawks, and John Todd Brame, were honored rep- 
resentatives of the genius and culture of the old town. The 
latter died in his early manhood, but not before he had 
proven himself to be one of the most brilliant preachers and 
writers in the State. The two former won a national repu- 
tation as powerful, eloquent and useful ministers of the 
Church. 

Religious principle was the very corner stone of the set- 
tlement of Newbern, and to this was due, more than to any 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 35 

thing else, her splendid career in war, finance, social refine- 
ment and intellectual influence, De Graffenreid, in 1711, 
the year of the uprising of the Indians, in a letter to the 
Bishop of London, tendere<i the colony to the Church of 
I'iUgland. At the session of the Legislature held in Elen- 
ton in 1723, in the very act of incorporation there was in- 
serted a clause pioviding a lot for the erection of a house of 
worship. The Episco[)al Church of to-day still stands upon 
the lot, which was the burial ground of provincial days. 
Here may be seen old tomb-stones with quaint inscriptions, 
commemorating the virtues of along past generation. The 
silver communion service still used in the E[)iscopal Church 
was, together with the Bible and Prayer-Book, presented by 
George the Third, and all bear the royal coatof arms with 
the initials "G. R." The Bible was printed in 1717, and 
tiie Prayer-Book in 1750. There is also in the Presbyterian 
Church a ta'>let erected to the memory of a daughter of 
Jonathan Edwards, the great Calvinistic theologian, who 
married Thomas Pollock, the great grandson of the Pollock 
who bought De Graffenreid's claim, and died in Newbern. 
Religion, through all the vicissitudes of its one hundred 
and seventy years, despite the threatenings of war and tlie 
menacing influences of peace, lias firmlj' kept its place in 
Newbern. Besides the Episcopal Church, the Presbyterians, 
the Methodists, the Baptists, and the Roman Catholics all 
have capacious and comfortable houses of v/orship, and ai'e 
in a prosperous condition. The colored population also 
have their devout places for religious service, and are show- 
ing a commendable attention to their religious duties. If a 
sincere consecration to God is the highest excellence of a 
State, then may we hope that this ancient and meritorious 
city will not be rejected by the Infinite Mercy. For not- 
withstanding its fiery trials of poverty and pestilence, and 
notwithstanding the vices and moral declensions of the age, 
the spirit and temper of Newbern are fully in accord with 
the religious hope and faith which first planted the civiliza- 
tion of the Old World among the wild forests of the Neuse. 
It is unnecessary to dwell upon the heroic record made by 
the citizens of Newbern during the progress of the great 
civil war. Their martial and patriotic deportment through 
all that trying period, was only a repetition of the war-like 



36 HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 

achievements of every section of the Confederacy. The fall 
of Hatteras on the 30th of August, 1861, threw wide open 
the gates of our navigation to the military and naval forces 
of the enemy. Still, if such injudicious attempts had not 
been made to strengthen the town, if such wretched posi- 
tions had not been taken by our troops, and better engineer- 
ing and better handling of our forces had been encountered 
by the Federal advance, the capture of Newbern might at 
least have been delayed for many montiis. But under cir- 
cumstances of inexperience and nvismanagement, its cap- 
ture became a foregone conclusion. On the 14th of March, 
1862, Burnside successfully hurled his legions and his ships 
of war upon our entrenchments and fortifications, our lines 
were flanked and broken, and tlie city fell into the hands of 
the army of conquest. Twice, during its occupation, the 
most complete preparations were made for wrenching it 
from the possession of the enemy. But the first effort mis- 
carried on account of the indifference and incapacity of Gens. 
Pickett and Barton, and in the second Gen. Hoke, 'vho 
would certainly have succeeded, was called with his divis- 
ion to Virginia, just as he was about to open the assault. 
After this the Confederacy was compelled to fight for its life 
upon the very threslihold of its existence, and the old town 
was abandoned to its fate. It has a long and illustrious 
roll of honor to show to the generations yet to come. Upon 
almost every battle field of the war she shed her blood lav- 
ishly for the defence of the country. She gave the noblest 
and bravest of her 3'oung men for the " lost cause " and the 
" furled banner." And now, after their death, she has built 
them a noble sepulchre, where, surrounded by the sacred 
dust of Gaston, Stanly, Donnell, Shepherd and others of her 
famous sons, she has gratefully entombed their remains, 
and annually sheds the tear of pity and scatters the beauti- 
ful flowers of remembrance over their martyr graves. She 
is determined, that if the fruits have perished, the recollec- 
tion of her dead heroes shall live forever. 

Since the termination of the war, Newbern has been bus- 
ily employed in repairing the waste places, in settling and 
applying new theories of development, and in getting ready 
for a higher and more reliable commercial progress. Her 
business men are looking to manufactures as one of the 



HISTORY OF NEWBERN. 37 

most certain elements of her future prosperity. Already a 
lar<;e cotton factory is at work near the point where the 
homeless palatines pitched their tent m the dim misty long 
ago. A cajiacious and pros[)erous plate factory is driving- 
its machinery almost within a stone's throw of the beautiful 
terrace which stretched its radiant greensward under the 
rear windows of Gov. Tryon's palace. A bucket factory, a 
rice ir ill, an enterprising agricultural house, where plows 
and other implements of husbandry are made, iron found- 
ries, together with many other manufacturing projects are 
in full and successful operation. Agriculture also is spring- 
ing into fresh life, and is taking much encouragement from 
the marked attention which is given to truck farming in 
this vicinity. Hundreds of acres are being 2)lanted in peas 
and potatoes, which after harvesting will again be covered 
with valuable crops of cotton and corn. Through the inde- 
fatigable industry of one of our most intelligent citizens, a 
colony of Hollanders has been settled on a rich body of lard 
below the city, and it is believed that this will prove a 
healthy stimulus to immigration in the future. The Neuse 
and the Trent, the great highways of interior commerce for 
the city, are being rapidly opened and improved by the ap- 
plication of appropriations gianted by the general Govern- 
ment, and in a short time very remote and obscure sections 
of the country, through the facilities ot steam, will have 
their products pouring into Newbern. To complete the 
more cheerful prospect which now opens up before us, the 
merchants of the city have organized themselves into a 
Board of Trade, and are pulling together with harmony, 
intelligence and zeal in the reconstruction of our mercantile 
condition and character. They may not have the capital, 
experience and personal force of the powerful race of mer- 
chants who built up Newbern at the beginning of this cen- 
tury, but they are as fully intelligent, earnest and perse- 
vering. Thus it will be seen, that while the old elements 
of commercial prosperity and power have vanished into the 
past, never to be restored, there is at least an encouraging 
probability of such a measure of local opulence and success 
as we have not known for many years. 



POPULATION OF NEWBERN, N. C, 

(As taken by the Publishers of this Work, February 1, 1880.) 



White males, 
White females, 

Colored males, 
Colored females, 



1,149 
- 1.264 



1,004 
2 32o 



2,413 



3,929 



Total, 6,342 

Tliere are also betwean fifteen hundred and two thousand outside of 
the corporation not included in this report. 



AVholesalc and Retail Dealer in 

Cilice Fimllf Griceries, 

Wood & Willow Ware, Crockery & Glass Ware, 
Toys, &c., &c. 

53 Broad st., NEWBERN, N. C. 



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In the Duffy Building, cor. Pollock and Middle sts, 
NEWBERN, N. C. 

JOHN DETRICK, Proprietor. 

The Bar is supplied with 

Choice Wines Liquors, Cigars, Etc. 

LAGER BEER A SPECIALTY. 



The Table of this Restaurant is always supplied with the 
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ABBREVIATIONS. 



agt aprent 

al alley 

av avenue 

bds boards 

bet.. between 

bkpr book keeper 

bldg building 

elk clerk 

c colored 

com mer commission 

merchant 

condr conductor 

cor corner 

dept deputy 

dist district 

Bore east 

e s... east side 



lab laborer 

mkr maker 

ninfg manufaeturinj!: 

mnfr manufacturer 

Norn north 

n e nor th en St 

nr near 

ns north side 

nw northwest 

opp opposite 

pk park 

pi place 

P O post office 

Pres president 

prin principal 

propr proprietor 

l)ub publisher 



r residence 

rd road 

ret retail 

Rev... Reverend 

^e southeast 

Sors south 

s s south side 

St street 

s w south west 

sec secretary 

supt. superintendent 

treas treasurer 

W or w west 

w s west side 

whol wholesale 

wid widow 

wks works 



ABBEY CHAS A, capt of Revenue Cutter, r s Front 
bet Craven and e Front 

Abbott Israel (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 

Adams Harriett V, wid of John, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Agent Robt, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 



40 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Agostine Frank M, fish and oyster dealer, Market Wharf, 
r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 

Agostine Joseph M, r Pollock bet (>raven and e Front 

Agostine Joseph M J, watchman A & N C R R Co, r Pollock 
bet Craven and e Front 

Agostine Nepolion B, ajrt, dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, 
etc. Pollock bet Middle and Craven, r same 

Agostine Sarah L, dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, etc, 
Pollock bet Middle and Craven, r same 

Albertson Huldy, wid of John H, r Queen bet Hancock and 
Craven 

Aldridge Isaac (c), carpenter, r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 

Aldridge James (c), carpenter, r Pollock nr w limits 

Allen W Frank (c), porter C E Slover, bds Elm City Hotel 

Allen George, (Geo Allen & Co), sect and treas Newbern 
Manfg Co, r cor Johnston and Middle 

Allen Geo & Co, (George Allen), hardware, agricultural im- 
plements, harness, saddles, etc., 22 and 24 Pollock bet 
Craven and Middle 

Allen James (c), wks Daniel Stimson, r Jerkin's alley bet 
Queen and Primrose 

Alphin Amanda, wid of Jesse, r junction of Middle and 
Craven 

American House, Nelson Whitford propr. Middle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 

Anderson Brice, r Pollock bet Spring and German 

Anderson Chas, watchman Old Dominion Steam Ship Co's 
office, r Pollock bet Spring and German 

Andress Marion (c), waiter John Detrick, r Cypress 

Andrews Cope, r Fobbs' alley nr Neuse rd 

Andrews' Chapel, Methodist church (c), Hancock bet Pol- 
lock and s Front, John Moore pastor 

Andrews Thomas (c), r George bet Pollock and s Front 

Appleby James, butcher New Market, bds Broad bet Queen 
and Muddy 

Archibald Church (c), hostler Gaston House, r same 
Arendell Thomas, r cor Hancock and Broad 

Armett Elijah (c), r cor Pollock and Fleet 

Armston W, r Ash nr Elm 

Arnold Aaron (c), lab, r Good nr R R 



NEVVBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 41 

Arnold Eliza M, wid of Alleu, r Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock 
Arnold IMiss Elraira, r Pollock bet Middle and Hancock 
Arnold James B (c), Fobbs' alley nr Neuse rd 
Arthur Benj (c), porter Clyde Line Steam Ship office, r 

Broad bet Middle and Craven 
Ash Geo, elk Schwerin & Co, bds Central Hotel 
Askens Isaac (c), r New bet George and Metcalf 
Athletic Rink, cor Broad and Middle 
Atkinson Rev J T, pasto.- St Cyprians colored Episcopal 

church, bds Gaston House 
Atlantic Fire Co No 1, engine house Craven bet s Front and 

Pollock 
Austin Abram J (c), cooper, r Jerkin's alley bet Queen and 

Primrose 
Austin Major (c), r Jerkin's alley bet Queen and Primrose 



B 



ADGER AVM (c), r s end Jones 



Bailey Geo W, elk C H Blank, bds s Front bet Middle and 

Craven 
Bailey Joseph (c), r Metcalf nr Johnston 
Bailey Mary J, wid of Jonathan, boarding house s Front 

bet Middle and Craven, r same 
Bains Alex (c), r West nr Elm 
Baker Alex M, dry goods, notions, shoes, etc. Pollock 1 

door w National Bank,r Union bet e Front and Craven 
Baker Richard C (c), r Gardner's alley bet George and 

Bern 
Ball Hannah, wid of Edward, r New or Neuse bet Metcalf 

and George 
Ball Samuel R, elk J Schwerin, r cor Pollock and Spring 
Ballard Joseph J, r Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Bangert Sebastian, bakery and confectionery cor Broad 

and Middle, r same 
Banks Geo (c), carpenter, r Stanley bet Bragg's Alley and 

Queen 
Banks Hugh L (e), barber J B Brown, r Bern bet Queen 

and Cedar 
Banks Jacob (e), r Pine bet Bern and George 



42 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Banks John (c), r Gardner's Alley, bet George and Bern 
Banton John M (e), barber Gaston House, r cor Broad 

and Bern 
1st Baptist Church, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Barber Chas (c), barber, s Front bet Hancock and Middle, 

r cor George and Cedar 
Barber Seth (c), r cor George and Cedar 
Barham David E, jailor, Craven bet New or Neuse and 

Broad 
Barham Sandy (c), engine wiper A & N C R R Shops 
Barker Richard S, clerk Roberts & Bro, r Metcalf bet s 

Front and Pollock 
Barnes Benj (c), r German bet New s Front and Pollock. 
Barnes Damon (c), works J A Meadows' Mills 
Barnum Edward H, bkpr Gates, Foy & Co, bds Gaston 

House 
Barringer Barbery, wid of Frank, r Hancock bet Pollock 

and s Front 
Barrum David (c), r cor New or Neuse and Middle 
Bar rum Geo (c), r New or Neuse bet Craven and e Front 
Barrum Sandy, (c) r New^ or Neuse bet Craven and e Front 
Barrum Wm (c), carpenter E M Pavie, r New or Neuse bet 

Craven and e Front 
Bass Alex (c), school teacher, r cor German and Pollock 
Bass Peter, r cor Queen and West 
Bateman Thomas H, tinner D G Smaw, r Griffith bet Queen 

and Atmore 
Bates Charles K F, wks Wooden Plate Factory, r Pollock 

bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Bates Henry G, physician, s Front 3 doors w Gaston 

House, r Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Battle Thomas (c), brick mason, r Primrose nr R R 
Bauford Cheslem, wid Henry, r Broad bet George and 

Muddy 
Baxter Horace E, elk J W Baxter, r Middle bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Baxter Joseph W, groceries and general merchandise. Mid- 
dle bet Pollock and s Front, r same 
Beasley Benj (c), (McGee, Nelson & Co,) r Tull bet Stanley 

and Atmore 
Becktou George (c), r New s Front bet German and Jones 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 43 



Beekton Joseph (c), r New s Front bet German and Jones 

Bell Benj A, watches, clocks and jewelry, M ddle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front, r Pollock bet Hancock and Middle 

Bell Charles S, watchmaker B A Bell, r Pollock bet Han- 
cock and Middle 

Bell D, (D Bell & Co,) bds Farmers' Home 

Bell D & Co, (D Bell & John Royal,) fish and oyster dealers 
Market Wharf 

Bell Eugene J, r Hancock bet Pollock and s Front 

Bell Henry (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 

Bell Homer (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 

Bell John H, bkpr The National Bank of Newberne, r e Front 
cor Change 

Bell Wm (c), porter Roberts & Bro, r nr cor Norwood and 
New s Front 

Benders Benj (c), r cor Pollock and Bryant 

Benders Isaac (c), r Norwood bet Pollock and Crooked 

Benders Wm, r Neuse rd nr limits 

Benders Wm (c), cart driver, r Metcalf bet New and John- 
ston 

Benders York (c), huckster Middle st Market, r Muddy nr 
s Front 

Bendows Benj (c), r Norwood bet Pollock and Crooked 

Berry Edward T, painter, r cor Johnston and Hancock 

Berry Mary F, wid of Richard T, r cor Johnston and Han- 
cock 

Berry James (c), lab, r e Front nr King 

Berry Reuben H, merchant, bds s Front bet Hancock and 
Middle 

Berry Richard, druggist, books, stationery, fancy goods, 
seeds, etc. Middle bet Pollock and s Front, r same 

Bethea N C, machinist. The Newbern Manfg Co 

Biddle Edward (c), r George nr Pine 

Biddle James W, county commissioner, r Cobton P 

Biggins William (c), r Pollock bet Moonshine Alley and 
Fleet 

Bishop Anthony (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory, r George 
bet Randolph and Court 

Bishop Edward K, wks George Bishop, r cor Hancock and 
New or Neuse 

Bishop George, sash and blinds, undertaker and merchant 



44 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

miller, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen, r cor Han- 
cock and New or Neuse 
Bishop Peter (c), wks Plate Factory, r cor George and Broad 
Bishop Tony (c), r George bet Randolph and Court 
Black John (c), r Jerkins Alley bet Primrose and Queen 
Black Martin (c), shoemaker, Hancock nr Queen, r same 
Blackledge Samuel (c), candy maker John Dann, r Bern bet 

Cedar and Pine 
Blackshaw Frank (c), r Muddy bet Broad and Queen 
Blango Augustus (c), r Cedar bet Bern and George. 
Blank Ghas H, whol and ret general merchandise, Middle 

opp Market House, r junction Middle and Graves 
Black Wm (c), r cor West and Cedar 
Blount James (c), wks A R Dennison 
Blount Peter (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Blount Thomas (c), wks A R Dennison 
Blunt Archie (c), carpenter E M Pavie, r wend Pollock 
Blunt Isaac (c), r New s Front nr Spring 
Blunt Webster (c), wks Wooden Plate Factor}^ r West bet 

Queen and Elm 
Boesser Frederick, manfr and dealer in furniture, mat- 
tresses, etc, cor Middle and Broad, r Middle bet Broad 
and New or Neuse 
Boesser Fred Jr, furniture and upholsterer, s Front 1 e Gas- 
ton House, r Middle bet Broad and New or Neuse. 
Boon John (c), r Bragg's Alley nr Queen 
Boon John A (c), butcher New Market, r West near Queen 
Bowden Francis M, r Queen bet Hancock and Craven 
Bowden John W, police, r Queen bet Hancock and Craven 
Bowden Thomas, r Queen bet Hancock and Craven 
Bowen Edward (c), wks David Congdon 
Bowen Wm (c), r Bragg's Alley nr Queen 
Bowens Samuel T, r cor Pollock and Norwood 
Bowens Solomon (c), r Stanley bet Bragg's Alley and Queen 
Boyd Martha, wid of William S, r Metcalf bet s Front and 

Pollock 
Boyd Wm B, r cor Hancock and Broad 
Boyd Wm C G, lace agent Clapp & Bailey, r cor Hancock 

and Broad 
Boyle James, grocer, carpenter and builder, junction Queen 
and Broad, r same 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 45 

Braddick Fred (c), carpenter, r nr Baptist Church 
Braddiek Harr}' (c), r Jerkins Alley bet Randolph and Good 
Bragg George (c), fisherman, r s Front bet Eden and George 
Bragg Kelly (c), wks E Ellis, r George bet Good and Ran- 
dolph 
Brett Samuel, elk, bds Central Hotel 
Brewer Harris (c), r Crooked bet Jones and Norwood 
Brandem Henry (c), r Atniore nr R R 
Brimage Bryant (c), farmer, r Metcalf bet Broad and Pollock 
Brimage John (c), wks Geo Bishop, r Bragg's Alley bet 

Queen and Primrose 
Brimage ]\Iingo (c), r Bragg's Alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Brinn Mary, wid of Joshua, r cor Queen and Pollock 
Brinson Benj H, supt Elijah Ellis' mills, r Pollock bet Mud- 
dy and Spring 
Brinson Fanny, wid of Josephus, r Spring nr Pollock 
Brinson Henry T, r Spring bet Pollock and s Front 
Brinson Sarah R, wid of James McC, bds s Front bet Middle 

and Craven 
Brinson Wm G, justice of the peace, ins agt and county com- 
missioner, s Front bet Middle and Craven, r Broad bet 
Hancock and Metcalf 
Britt James P, cotton buyer, s Front bet Middle and Cra- 
ven, bds e Front below Change 
Broadstreet George, r Pollock bet Norwood and Jones 
Broadstreet Wm, r Pollock bet Norwood and Jones 
Brock Hardy (c), r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 
Brock Xavier M, elk Wm Cohen, r Pollock cor Fleet 
Brookfield Lewis (c), lab Gaston House, r same 
Brooks Gaston (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
Brooks James (c), lab, r Muddy bet Queen and Broad 
Brooks John R, minister, r New or Neuse bet Hancock and 

Metcalf 
Brothers Horace (c), r Broad bet Queen and Muddy 
Brow Isaac (c), r Cedar nr Stanley 
Brown Abram (c), wks Elijah Ellis' Mills 
Brown Aden (c), r New or Neuse nr George 
Brown Benj K, r Union bet Craven and e Front 
Brown Daniel (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 
Brown Elijah (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 
Brown Green, tax collector, r Union bet Craven and e Front 
Brown Henry, wks David Cougdon 



46 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Brown Henry (c), fish and oyster dealer Middle st Market. 
r West bet Queen and Elm 

Brown Isaac (c), r Scott alley nr Neuse rd 

Brown John, r Mctcalf bet Broad and Pollock 

Brown John B (c), barber, Middle bet s Front and Pollock, 
r Hancock bet Pollock and s Front 

Brown John W (c), grocer cor Queen and Hancock, r cor 
Randolph and Jerkin's Alley 

Brown Lem (c), wood yard s Front nr Middle, r s Front 
bet Spring and German 

Brown Lewis, r Broad bet Queen and Muddy 

Brown Lifford (c), r Metcalf bet Johnston and New 

Brown Samuel (c), cart driver, r New bet George and Met- 
calf 

Brown Thomas c), r Pine bet Bern and George 

Brown William E, elk Alex Miller, r George bet New or 
Neuse and Broad 

Bryan Alex (c), drayman, r George bet New or Neuse and 
Broad 

Bryan Andrew A (c), boot and shoe maker s Front bet Han- 
cock and Middle 

Bryan Benj K, elk Southern Express office, r Union bet 
Craven and e Front 

Bryan Clarissa, dress mkr, r Broad bet Middle and Craven 

Bryan Edward K, bkpr E Ellis, r Change bet Craven and 
e Front 

Bryan Green, deputy city tax collector, cor New or Neuse 
bet Middle and Craven, r Union bet Craven and e 
Front 

Bryan Henry (c), r Pollock bet Norwood and Jones . 

Bryan Henry R, atty at law, Craven bet Poliock and Broad, 
r e Front bet New or Neuse and Broad 

Bryan James A, chairman county commissioners and far- 
mer, bds Gaston House 

Bryan Lewis H (c), farmer, r Bern bet Pine and Cedar 

Bryan Samuel (c), r Queen bet Muddy and George 

Bryan Silus (c), wks A R Dennison 

Bryan Thomas (c), r Stanley nr Cedar 

Bryan W G, cotton weigher, s Front bet Middle and Craven, 
r Union bet Craven and e Front 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

Bryant Abrain (c), slioe maker, r cor Georj^e and New or 

Neuse 
Bryant Addick (c), r e Front bet Queen and King 
Bryant Asa (c), r cor New s Front and German 
Bryant David (c), r Bern bet Pine and Cypress 
Bryant Haphet (c), r Queen bet Griffith and e Front 
Bryant Jacob (c), r Brasj^o's alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Bryant Jarvis (c), r n of Queen nr New Market 
Bryant Jobn (c), r New s Front bet Jones and Norwood 
Bryant Jonas (c), r New s Front nr Spring 
Bryant Joseph (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 
Bryant Joseph (c), farmer, r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 
Bryant Julius (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 
Bryant Moses T (c), carpenter, r Griffith bet Queen and At- 

more 
Br^^ant Reuben (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 
Bryant Samuel (c), r George bet Queen and New or Neuse 
Bryant Samuel C (c), carpenter, r Griffith bet Queen and 

Atmore 
Bryant Virgil (c), lab, r Kilmarnoch nr Broad 
Bryant Vergil (c), butcher, r Eden bet s Front and Pollock 
Bryant William (c), r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 
Bryce John H (c), butcher New Market, r Queen bet Bern 

and George 
Buun Richard (c), blacksmith, r Jerkins' Alley bet Queen 

and Primrose 
Burden Decator (c), r Bern nr Queen 

Burgess John H shoemaker, Craven bet s Front and Pol- 
lock, r c Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Burgees Rebecca, wid of Alfred, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Burton W H (c), shoe maker J W Harrell, r Court nr R R 
Basick Bryant (c), huckster at market, r Muddy bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Butler John (c), r New s Front nr Norwood 
Bynum Asa L, carpenter, r Cedar nr Stanly 
Bynum Lewis B, carpenter, r Cedar nr Stanly 



48 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 



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ADETT JAMES R (c), [Cadett & Thomas], r s Front 
bet Hancock and Middle 

Cadett & Thomas (c), [Jas R Cadett and John H Tliomas], 

grocers, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Calloway Dimond (c), r Queen bet Broad and Muddy 
Campbell James, bar tender J F Norman, r s Front bet 

Hancock and Middle 
Canady Augustus (c), fireman A & N C R R Shops 
Canady Rev Levi (c), r New s Front bet Norwood and 

Jones 
Canady Thomas (c), fisherman, r cor Norwood and New s 

Front 
Cannon John (c), r Jerkins' Alley bet Primrose and Good 
Capehart Austin (c), drayman, r cor Norwood and New s 

Front 
Caplin Jerry (c), r Tull bet Stanl}'^ and Atmore 
Chapman Shade (c), r New nr George 
Carhart Wm E, commission merchant, bds Central Hotel 
Carpenter Edward W, elk Craven county, office court 

iiouse, r Broad bet Middle and e Front 
Carpenter Seth M, editor and propr " The Newbernian," 

Pollock bet Middle and Craven, r same 
Carr Gaston (c), r cor Muddy and Spring 
Carr Mally (c), r Randolph nr R R 
Carraway Mrs D T, r Broad bet e Front and Craven 
Carraway Jno R B, elk R H Rountree & Co's bank, r Broad 

bet e Front and Craven 
Carter Aaron (c), farmer, r Eden bet s Front and Pollock 
Case Geo L, elk Wm Salter, r e Front bet King and Queen 
Case Needham, section master, r e Front bet King and 

Queen 
Catholic Church, cor Middle and New 
C'aton Wm, r Eden bet s Front and Pollock 
Cedar Grove Cemetery, Queen bet Metcalf and George 
Central Hotel, W E Patterson projn-, Middle bet Pollock 

and s Front 
Chadwick Frank (c), fish and oyster dealer, Middle St 

Market 
Chadwick Mary, wid of John, r Craven bet Broad and New 

or Neuse 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 49 

Chadwick Samuel W, r Craven bet Broad and Pollock 
Chance Samuel (c), r Atmore bet Tull and Griffitli 
Chapman Major W(c), pressman "The Newberuian,"r George 

nr Pine 
Chapman Robt (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Charles James (c), wks Wooden Phite Factory 
Charlotte Wm E, painter, r cor Muddy and Pollock 
Chatick Samuel (c), r Stanly bet Bragg's Alley and Queen 
Chase James (c), fish and oyster dealer, Middle St Market 
Cherry Gilbert (c), wks Elijah Ellis mills, r cor Queen and 

Pollock 
Christ's Church (Episcopal), Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Churchill Benj L, hardware, stoves, tin ware, etc, Middle 

bet s Front and Pollock, r Pollock bet Middle and Han- 
cock 
City Tax Collector's Oflace, Wm G Singleton collector, 

Neu' or Neuse bet Middle and Craven 
Clark Chas C, (Clark & Clark), r Pollock bet Hancock 

and Middle 
Clark Chas C jr, elk C H Blank, r Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock 
Clark Edward E, r cor Change and New or Neuse 
Clark Eli (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory, r James City 
Clark Elijah, cigar mkr, r Pollock bet Muddy and Eden 
Clark Henry (c), r New bet George and Metcalf 
Clark James (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Clark James iF, genl merchandise, Middle opp market 

house, r Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 
Clark John D, dentist, Craven bet Pollock and Broad, r 

same 
Clark Louisa T, wid of Wm W, r Craven bet Pollock and 

Broad 
Clark Matilda E, wid of Henry J B, r Graves opp Middle 
Clark Wm W, (Clark & Clark), r Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock 
Clark & Clark, (Chas C and Wm W Clark) lawyers, s 

Front bet Middle and Craven 
Clarke Ruben (c), wagon mkr, w end New s Front, r same 
Clarke Wm E, (Wm J Clarke & Son), r cor e Front and 

Change 



50 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Clarke Wm J, (Wm J Clarke & Son), r cor Change and e 

Front 
Clarke Wm J & Son, (Wm J and Wm E) attys at law, Craven 

bet s Front and Pollock 
Clay Henry (c), r cor Ash and Elm 
Claypoole Geo W, marble works, cor Broad and Craven, r 

same 
Claypoole Jesse D, r s Front bet Craven and e Front 
Clayton Mariah, wid of E J, r cor Hancock and Broad 
Clayton Wm E, wks A & N C R R- Shops, r cor Hancock 

and Broad 
Clinton Chapel Church, (c) Crooked bet Jones and Norwood 
Glide Line of Steamships, S H Gray agt, office s end 

Craven 
Clyde Line Wharf, e Front nr R R Depot 
Cohen Brunner, wks cotton factory, r Johnston bet Han- 
cock and Middle 
Cohen Walter H, elk Geo Alien & Co, r Johnston bet Han- 
cock and Middle 
Cohen AVm, (W Sutton & Co,) general merchandise. Middle 

bet Pollock and s Front, r cor Pollock and Hancock 
Coleman Philip (c), porter J F Norman, r cor Elm and Oak 
Colligan Wm jr, groceries and liquors, Queen and Bern, r 

same 
Colligan Wm sr, groceries and liquor dealer, cor Norwood 

and Pollock, r same 
Collins Branch (c), r Broad w of Queen 
Collins Charley (c), wheelwright, r Queen bet Moonshine 

Alley and Broad 
Collins Charles D (c), r e Front nr King 
Collins Mrs Elcy, wid of Riciiard L, r Central Hotel 
Collins John, r Broad bet Queen and Muddy 
Collins John A (c), station hand A & N C R R Co, r Alley 

nr George and Pine 
Collins Solomon (c), porter Schwerin, r Eden bet Pollock 

and s Front 
Congdon David W, saw mill, e Front n of Queen, r e Front 

bet Pollock and s Front 
Congleton Joseph A, coach trimmer, r Griffith bet Queea 

and At more 
Conner Abram (c), r cor New or Neuse and Short 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 51 

Conner Alex (c), waiter Gaston House 

Conner Ca3sar (c), r Crooked bet Norwood and Bryan 

Conner Moses (c), r Stanley bet Bragg 's Alley and Queen 

Connoway Albert, r Spring nr New s Front 

Cook Amos W, (Samuel Cook & Bro,) r Pollock bet Metcalf 

and George 
Cook Benj M, r Pollock bet Metcalf and George 
Cook Samuel & Bro, (Samuel and Amos AV) carriage manfrs 

Pollock opj") Eden 
Cook Samuel, (Samuel Cook & Bro,) r cor Bern and Broad 
Cook Wm H, carpenter, r Metcalf bet Broad and New 
Cooper Charity, wid of George, r s Front bet Middle and 

Craven 
Cooper Hugh (e), porter Thos Daniels 
Cooper Richard (c), r n of Queen nr New Market 
Cooper Romulus (c), porter P M Draney, r Jamestown 
Copeland Jerry (c), bus driver Central Hotel 
Cornell James, tailor, r Broad bet Middle and Craven 
Cotton Lawrence (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
Cotton Whitney (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 
County Clerk's Office, E W Carpenter elk, Court House 
County Treasurer's Office, Thomas J Latham Treas, s w 

cor s Front and Craven 
Court House, cor Pollock and Craven 
Coval James (c), wks David Congdon 
Cover James (c), r cor Griffith and Atmore 
Coward Samuel H, bar tender A H Holton, bds Broad bet e 

Front and Craven 
Cox Edward B sr, farmer, r Broad bet Muddy and George 
Cox Edward B jr, elk W Lorch, r Broad bet Muddy and 

George 
Cox Frank (c), saloon, junction Queen and Broad, r same 
Cox James W, r Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 
Cox James (c), r Randolph nr R R 
Crabtree John H, (Manwell & Crabtree,) r cor Pollock and 

Muddy 
Crawford Badlam (c), fisherman, r Fobb's i\lley bet Pollock 

and Broad 
Crawford Ephraim (c), wks A R Dennison, r Middle bet 

Queen and Broad 
Crawford Isaac (c), wks Daniel Stimson, r West nr Queen. 



52 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Crawford Marcellus (c), shoemkr E Havens, r Oak 
Crawford Mary (c), wid of James, r New s Front bet Jones 

and Norwood 
Crawford Virgil A (c), dep collector and messenger U S cus- 
tom house, r Queen nr Metcalf 
Cradle Frank, meat market Middle st Market, r Pollock 

bet George and Metcalf 
Cradle Nat (c), r Kilmarnoch nr Broad 
Creakman John, tailor, r Muddy bet Broad and Pollock 
Crone Saml (c), r Pollock nr w limits 
Croom Simon (c), carpenter E M Pavie 
Curtis Miss E Y W, r cor Pollock and E Front 
Cuthbert Edgar G, foundry, machine shop and boiler 

maker, s Front bet Craven and e Front, r same 
Cuthbert Elijah, r cor Change and New or Neuse 
Cuthriell Celia, wid of Chas R, r Broad bet Craven and e 

Front 
Cutler Lycurgus H, (J J Tolson & Co) hardware, stoves, tin 

ware, etc.. Middle bet Pollock and s Front, r Pollock 

bet Craven and e Front 



DAIL BROS (Geo F M & Wm H Dail) whol and ret 
grocers and cotton buyers, cor Craven and s Front 

Dail Geo F M, (Dail Bros) r Pollock bet Middle and Han- 
cock 

Dail Wm H, (Dail Bros) r Snow Hill N C 

Daily Nut Shell, Geo E Pittman ed and propr, Craven bet 
Broad and Pollock 

Daniels Jesse W (J W Daniels & Co) r Craven bet s Front 
and Pollock 

Daniels J VV & Co, (Jesse W Daniels and Jno T Lincoln) 
grocers. Craven bet s Front and Pollock 

Daniels Jonas (c), drayman, r George bet New or Neuse and 
Broad 

Daniels Kennedy (c), r s Front bet Metcalf and George 

Daniels Thos, (Watson & Daniels) fish and oyster dealer, 
foot Middle, r cor Pollock and Hancock 

Davenport Phillis (c), r Rountree nr Elm 

Daves Mrs John P, wid, r Broad bet Craven and Middle 

Davis Alex (c), r Bern nr Queen 



NEW BERN CITY DIRECTORY. 53 

Davis Dorsey (c), porter Gates, Foy & Co 

Davis Edmoiid (c), drayinan T A Green, r Griffith Square 

Davis Henry (c), r Stanly bet Bragg's Alley and Queen 

Davis James (c), jiorter E H Meadows & Co 

Davis James F, r Pollock bet Eden and Muddy 

Davis John P C, elk T A Green, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Davis John W, (W Z & J W Davis) r Pollock bet Muddy 

and Eden 
Davis John W (c), r s Front bet George and Eden 
Davis Josei)h W, seaman, r Queen bet Bern and West 
Davis ^latlin (c), r cor Bryan 
Davis Mitchell (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Pine 
Davis Robert (c), wks Danl Stimson 
Davis Tim (c), wks Daniel Stimson, r Cedar nr Elm 
Davis Wm. r West n of Cedar 
Davis Wm Z, (W Z & J W Davis) r Pollock bet Eden and 

:\[uddv 
Davis Wm Z & J W, ( Wm Z & John W) saloon Middle 

bet Pollock and s Front 
Daw Jesse, carpenter, r Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Dawson Jack (c), r Bern nr Cedar 
Dawson Robt (c), r Johnston bet Hancock and Middle 
Dawson Robt (c), r cor Pollock and George 
Day James, sailor, r e Front bet King and Queen 
Day John W, foreman packing room wooden plate factory 
Day Richard (c), r George bet s Front and Pollock 
Dennison Ami R, flouring mill, cotton gin and turpentine 

distillery, cor s Front and Hancock, r Metcalf bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 
Detrick John, saloon, billiard hall and restaurant, Middle 

bet Pollock and Broad, r Pollock bet Middle and 

Plancock 
Dew^ey Duncan Mc, r corner Craven and Broad 
Dewey Oliver S, r cor Craven and Broad 
Dewey Richard (c), r cor Pollock and George 
Dewey Seymour N, r Pollock bet Middle and Hancock 
Dewey Mrs S N, millinery and fancy goods, Pollock bet 

Middle and Hancock, r same 
Dewey W Henry (c), barber J M Banton, r Griffith between 

Stanly and Atmore 



54 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Dickenson Calvin L, fish dealer, bds Farmer's Home 

Dill Samuel L, ass't auditor A & N C R R Co, r George bet 

Pollock and Broad 
Dillingham Mrs Eliza F, r Pollock bet Middle and Han- 
cock 
Disbrew (^has, (c) carpenter E M Pavie, r corner George and 

Broad 
Disosway Anna M, wid of Israel, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Disosway R Justin, elk Clyde Line Steamships office, r e 

Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Dixon Jas (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 
Dixon John B, r New or Neuse bet Craven and e Front 
Dixon Lewis (c), carpenter, r Griffin Square 
Dixon Hiram C, r New or Neuse bet Craven and e Front 
Dixon Mary, wid of Lucus R, r s Front bet George and Met- 

' calf 
Dixon Thomas G, head overseer Neuse works, r e Front bet 

Pollock and s Front 
Dixon Wm, giocer, cor Eden and Pollock, r same 
Dixon Wm E, r New or Neuse bet Craven and e Front 
Douglas Fred (c), huckster, Middle st Market, r Bryant st 
Dove James (c), shoemaker, r Crooked bet Jones and Nor- 
wood 
Dove Lamuel (c), r ,n of Queen nr New Market 
Dowdee John W, elk J W Moore, r Broad bet Muddy and 

George 
Downs Edward (c), r cor Stanley and Cedar 
Draney Peter M, hardware, iron, stoves, etc, s Front bet 
Hancock and Middle, r s Front bet Hancock and Mid- 
dle 
Dudley Abram (c), carpenter E M Pavie 
Dudley Ananias (c), r cor Queen and George 
Dudley Edward R (c), dept revenue collector, r cor Primrose 

and Jerkins' Alley 
Dudley Henry (c), wks plate factory, r junction Queen and 

Pollock 
Dudley James (c), sawyer Elijah Ellis' mill, r s Front bet 

George and Eden 
Dudley Oliver (c), r Jones nr Crooked 
Dudley Susan J, wid of Christopher, r cor Broad and George 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 55 

Duffy Chas, (C & F Duffy,) rooms n w cor Pollock and 
Middle, bds Gaston House 

Duffy G & F, (Charles and Frank) physicians, Middle bet 
s Front and Pollock 

Duffy Elizabeth B, wid of Walter, r Johnston bet Hancock 
and Middle 

Duffy Francis S, druggist and apothecary, Middle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front, r same 

Duffy Frank, (C & F Duffy) bds Middle opp Market 

Duffy Hervey B, agent Goodrich Singer Sewing Machine 
and elk O Marks, r Metcalf bet 8 Front and Pollock 

Duffy James B, elk M Prag, r Metcalf bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 

Duffy Leinster, elk R N Duffy, bds Middle opp Market 

Duffy Richard N, druggist and apothecary, cor Pollock 
and Middle, also Middle opp Market, bds Gaston House. 

Duffy Rodolph, law student, bds Middle opp Market 

Duffy Samuel S, elk B L Churchill, r Metcalf bet s Front 
and Pollock 

Duncan Cicero, engineer A & N C R R, r cor Hancock and 
Johnston 

Duncan Joseph, machinist, r cor Hancock and Johnston 

Dunck Beckton (c), r Broad w of Queen 

Dunck Joseph (e), r Broad w of Queen 

Dunn Margaret J, wid of William, r Middle bet Broad and' 
New or Neuse 

Dunn John, candy manfr wholesale and ret dealer in con- 
fectioner}^ fruits, toys, etc, Pollock bet Middle and Cra- 
ven, r Middle bet Broad and New or Neuse 

Dunn Wm, agt A & N C R R Co, r Middle bet Broad and 
New or Neuse 

Dunn Wm T, grocer, boots, shoes, etc, e front bet Pollock 
and s Front, r King nr e Front 

Dupree Jesse F, r Queen bet Hancock and Craven 



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ASON Rev FRED W, pastor 1st Baptist Church, r Union 
bet Craven and e Front 

Edmondson Solomon (c), city bill poster, r near bank 
Edwards Amos W, boiler mkr, Spring opp s Front, r Eden, 
bet s Front and Pollock 
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56 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Edwards Charles R F, boiler mkr A W Edwards, r Eden 

bet s Front and Pollock 
Edwards Eli (c), wks A R Dennison, r New s Front bet 

Jones and Norwood 
Edwards Geo (c), r Broad w of Queen 
Edwards Shade A (c), claim agt, Fobbs Alley bet Queen and 

Elm, r same 
Edwards Tide, boatman, r s Front bet George and Eden 
Edwards William, boatman, r s Front bet George and Eden 
Edwards Wm (c), r Crooked bet Norwood and Bryan 
Eaton Howard, r George bet Broad and Pollock 
Eaton Margaret, r George bet New or Neuse and Queen 
Eaton Samuel K, watches, clocks and jew^elry, middle bet 

Pollock and s Front, r George bet Pollock and Broad 
Ellis Elijah, saw^ mill, coal dealer and turpentine distillery 

junction e Front and s Front, r s Front bet Craven and 

e front 
Ellis John H, elk, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 
Ellis Eliza H, widow of Benj, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 
Ellis Sandy (c), r Change bet Craven and e Front 
Ellis Warren B, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 
Ellison Matthew (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mills 
Ellis Wra, elk T S Howard, r Pollock bet Craven and e 

Front 
Engine House New Berne Steam Fire Engine No 1, Broad 

bet Middle and Craven 
Engineer's office of Neuse and Trent river improvements, 

Robt Ransom engineer, Queen opp Craven 
Episcopal Church (colored), cor Metcalf and Johnston 
Eiket Elijah (c), wks A R Dennison 
Erdmann Conrad, cigar manufacturer Pollock bet Middle 

and Craven, r s w cor s Front and Craven 
Ernul John B, r e Front nr s Front 

Eubanks Isaac, auctioneer, r Muddy bet Broad and Pollock 
Eubanks Wm, baker, r Pollock opp Jones 



f AISON WM A, apprentice A & N C R R Shops 

'Farmers' Home, A L Follett propr, market wharf 
Fenderson Benj (c), waiter Gaston House, r same 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 57 

Fenderson Boston (c), wheelwright, Broad bet Queen and 

Muddy, r same 
Fenderson John (c), wks Plate factory, r Stanly bet Bragg's 

alley and Queen 
Fenderson Wm (c), brick mason, r Good nr George 
Fenner Robert (c), r cor Broad and Metcalf 
Fennison Boston (c), wheelwright, r Queen nr New Market 
Felps Moses (c), r New s Front bet German and Jones 
Ferebee Anna B, wid of Wm, r Pollock bet Muddy and 

Spring 
Fetter M, prof Newbern Academy, bds Gaston House 
Fields Albert (c), r New s Front bet German and Jones 
Fields Olivia, wid of Isaac, r Broad bet Queen and Fleet. 
Fields Sarah, wid of Chas G, r Metcalf bet New and Broad 
Fisher Alex (c), lab, r e Front bet Queen and Stanley 
Fisher Alfred (c), r Queen st bet Muddy and George 
Fisher Bonetta, wid of David Y, r Craven bet Broad and 

New or Nense 
Fisher Caswell (c), porter Windley Bros, r Union nr e Front 
Fisher Emanuel (c), vegetables Broad bet Middle and Han- 
cock, r George bet Cedar and Queen 
Fisher Geo S (c), blacksmith Broad bet Muddy and George, 

r same 
Fisher John (c), r New s Front nr Jones 
Fisher John D, printer, r Craven bet Broad and New or 

Neuse 
Fisher John H (c), blksmth G S Fisher, r Broad bet Muddy 

and George 
Fisher Lewis (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Fisher Mariah (c), wid of Jacob, r cor s Front and Eden 
Fisher Peter (c), r Elm nr West 
Fisher Samuel (c), wks A R Dennison, r s Front bet Eden 

and Muddy 
Fisher Seth S, elk J J Wolfenden, r Hancock bet Pollock 

and s Front 
Fisher Wm (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Fisher Thomas (c), lab, r Queen nr New Market 
First Presbyterian Church, New or Neuse bet Hancock and 

Middle 
Flanner Wm B, saloon Middle bet Pollock and s Front, r 

Johnston bet Middle and Craven 



58 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Flemmings John (c), wks Daniel Stimson, r George bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 
Fletcher Job (c), r cor New s Front and Norwood 
FoUett A L, liquor dealer and propr Farmers' Home, Mar- 
ket Wharf, r Smith Creek, Pamlico co, N C 
Follman Casper, stoves and tin ware, Hancock bet Johnston 

and Queen, r same 
Follman John, prof music, r Fleet bet Broad and Pollock 
Fonville Ananias (c), barber J M Banton, bds Elm City 

Hotel 
Fonville Martin (c), fisherman, r TuU bet Stanly and At- 

more 
Fonville Stephen (c), r Spring bet s Front and Pollock 
Forborn Jacob, butcher, r Broad bet George and Metcalf 
Forbs Thomas (c), r New s Front nr Norwood 
Ford Thomas (c), wks G S Fisher, r Bern bet Cedar and 

Queen 
Forister James, r Broad bet Fleet and Bern 
Foscne Henry T, cotton weigher s end Craven, r same 
Fossett Henry (c), r James City 
Foy Claudius C, (Gates, Foy & Co) r Metcalf bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Foy Cicero (c) r Bragg's Alley nr Queen 
Foy Harriet J, wid of Thomas D, r Metcalf bet New and 

Broad 
Foy Thomas (c), r Queen bet Bern and West 
Foy Samuel (c), r Bragg's Alley nr Queen 
Francis Thomas (c), r Richardson's Alley nr Elm 
Frater Benj (c), shoemkr E D Jones, r Bern bet Queen and 

and Cedar 
Freeman Mathew E (c), waiter Central Hotel, r Metcalf bet 

Johnston and New or Neuse 
French Henry, r cor Pollock and German 
Fulcher Silus, elk Wm Salter, r cor Change and e Front 
FuJcher Wm A, foreman Nut Shell oflfice, r Craven bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 
Fulford Miss Bettie, millinery and fancy goods. Middle 

bet Pollock and Broad, r cor Broad and Hancock 
Fulford Daniel, wks Newbern foundry and machine works, 
r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 59 

Fulford Frank J, druggist, coi* Broad aud Fleet, r John- 
ston bet Craven and Middle 

Fulford Joseph, auditor A & N C R R Co, r Johnston bet 
Craven and Middle 

Fulford Obid (c), r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 

Fulford Stephen F, elk D S Willis & Co, r Johnston bet 
Middle and Craven 

Fulford Wm J, watchman, r e Front bet Pollock and s 
Front 

Furgerson George F (c) porter J V Jordan, r Hancock 



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ARDNER HARRIET, wid of Starkey, r George bet s 
Front and Pollock 

Gardner Bryan, r George bet s Front and Pollock 
Gardner John 0, farmer, r Pollock bet Fleet and Muddy 
Gardner Wm R (c), (Merrick & Gardner) r w end New s 

Front 
Garner Wm, carpenter, r s end Craven 
Garner Wm L, carpenter, r rear Gaston House 
Games Richard (c), lab, r Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Gatlin Andrew J, r King bet e Front and Graves 
Gatlin Augustus (c) r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 
Gauter Lewis K, elk J Redmond, r cor Pollock and Metcalf. 
Gaskill E F, r Broad bet Muddy and George 
Gaskill Furney A, sailor on revenue cutter, r Pollock bet 

Hancock and Metcalf 
Gaskill Miss Mary, tailoress Hurtt & Gaskill, r cor Metcalf 

and Pollock 
Gaskill Nathaniel M, (Hurt & Gaskill) r s Front bet Han- 
cock and Middle 
Gaskill Wm S, carpenter, r Broad bet Craven and e Front 
Gaskins Alfred (c), r Tull bet Stanly and Atmore 
Gaskins Ella C, wid of Thomas, r Johnston bet Hancock and 

Middle 
Gaskins Harry (c), wks David Congdon, r Tull bet Stanly 

and Atmore 
Gaskins Harry jr (c), wks D Congdon, r Tull bet Stanly and 

Atmore 
Gaskins John S, sexton Cedar Grove Cemetery, r Queen opp 

Metcalf 



60 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Gaskins Joseph B, watchman Elijah ElHs, r e Front bet e 

Front and Craven 
Gaskins Nathan, r corner Change and e Front 
Gaskins Sallie, wid of Nathaniel, r s end Craven 
Gaskins Wm, wks George Bishop 
Gaston House, S R Street propr, s Front bet Middle and 

Craven 
Gaston Joseph, r Eden bet Pollock and s Front 
Gaston Wm (c), fisherman, r George bet New or Neuse and 

Broad 
Gates Burgwin M, hardware, stoves, tinware, plows, etc, 

Middle opp Market House, r Broad bet Craven and e 

Front 
Gates Foy & Co, (Thos Gates and Claud E Foy) grocer and 

dry goods, boots and shoes, and com mar, s Front bet 

Middle and Craven 
Gates Shade (c), r Ash nr Elm 
Gates Thomas, (Gates, Foy & Co, also Willis & Gates) r 

Broad bet Craven and e Front 
Gatling Andrew J, wks Newbern foundry and machine 

works 
Gatling Riley, r Pollock bet Spring and German 
Gerock Edward, photographer. Craven bet s Front and 

Pollock, r cor Union and Craven 
Gibbs Isaac A (c), bds junction Queen and Broad 
Gibbs John (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mill 

Gibbs Setli (c), wks David Congdon, r Bern bet Pine and Cy- 
press 
Gibson John W, r cor e Front and s Front 
GifFord, John W, r Pollock bet Fleet and Muddy 
Gilbert Wm F, apprentice Nut Shell office 
Gillett John T, merchant, bds Henderson House 
Gillett Samuel W, cotton buyer, bds Henderson House 
Gilmore Wm (c), r New or Neuse nr George 
Galdin Thomas, r Change below e Front 
Godley Isaac (c), r Metcalf bet Broad and Pollock 
Godley Israel (c), r West bet Queen and Cedar 
Gorum Csesar (c), wks D Stimson, r George bet Court and 

Randolph 
Gooding Jacob, druggist and apothecary, Middle bet s 



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Front and Pollock, r New or Neuse bet Hancock and 
Middle 
Gotier Louis, r corner Pollock and Metcalf 
Grace John, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Granger John (c), lab, r corner Cedar and Bern 
Gray Edmund (c), r Broad bet Middle and Hancock 
Gray Sylvester H, agt Clyde Line Steamships also propr 
Wooden Plate Factory, r e Front bet Pollock and s 
Front 
Green Alex (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mills. 
Green Ann M, wid of Thomas, r Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock. 
Green Daniel (c), carpenter, r Queen bet Muddy and Broad 
Green Edward (c), porter J W Moore 

Green Elisha (c), lab, r Metcalf between New and Johnston 
Green Essex (c), r s Front bet George and Eden 
Green George, (Green & Stevenson) r Middle bet New or 

Neuse and Johnston 
Green George Jr, r Middle bet New or Neuse and John- 
ston 
Green Geo (c), r Tull bet Stanly and Atmore 
Green Geo (c), r Queen bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Green Geo R (c), barber J B Brown, r Queen 
Green Hamilton N (c), (Koonce & Green,) r country 
Green James (c), fisherman, r Spring bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 
Green John C, gas engineer, r Broad bet Craven and e Front 
Green Rev Joseph (c), r Bragg's Alley bet Queen and Prim- 
rose 
Green Peter (c) r George bet Queen and Cedar 
Green Robert R (c), barber s Front bet Craven and Middle, 

r Craven bet New or Neuse and Broad 
Green Thomas (c), r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 
Green Thomas (c), r Gardner's Alley bet George and Bern 
Green Thomas A, wholesale grocer and provision dealer, 
Middle opp Market House (marble sign) also Brest New- 
bei'U Manfg Co, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 
Green Richard (c), lab, r Pollock bet Norwood and Jones 
Green & Stevenson, (George Green and Mark deW Steven- 
son) attys at law, n e cor Craven and s Front 



62 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Greer John, gun and tin smith, Market Wharf, r Hancock 

bet Johnston and New or Neuse 
Griffin Wm (c), n of Queen nr New Market 
Grimes Abna (c), r Richardson Alley nr Elm 
Grist Nathan (c), r West nr Elm 
Grist Samuel (c), wks Plate Factory, r Jones bet Crooked and 

New s Front 
Grist Wm (c), r Kilmarnoch nr Broad 

Guion Benj S, student, r over the National Bank of Newberne 
Guion Geo B, wholesole grocer and commission merchant, 

also agt Lafiin & Rand Powder Co, s Front bet Craven 

and Middle, r cor e Front and Union 
Guion John A, cashier The National Bank of Newberne, r 

over same 
Guion Owen H, salesman Geo B Guion, r over The National 

Bank of Newberne 
Guion Wm H (c), r Bern nr Queen 
Guion Wm R, drummer, r over The National Bank of 

Newberne 
Gunderson Matilda, wid of Elias, r New or Neuse bet Craven 

and e Front 
Guthrie Jno F, elk B Schwerin, r Craven bet New or Neuse 

and Broad 
Guthrie Susan, wid of E C, r Craven bet Broad and New or 

Neuse 



HACKBURN BROS, (Ephraim B and Joseph H), genl 
merchandise, junction Broad and Queen 

Hackburn Ephraim B, (Hackburn Bros), r junction Broad 

and Queen 
Hackburn Joseph H, (Hackburn Bros), r junction Queen 

and Broad 
Hahn Adolph, (A & M Hahn), r s Front bet e Front and 

Craven 
Hahn A & M, (Adolph and Myer) dry goods, clothing, etc, 

n e cor Middle and s Front, also livery, feed and sale 

stables Middle bet Pollock and Broad 
Hahn Joseph L, elk A & M Hahn, bds s Front bet e Front 

and Craven 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 63 



Hahn Myer, (A & M Hahn), r s Front bet e Front and 
Craven 

Hall Chas (c), porter John H Warden 

Hale Rev Chas S, Rector Christ's Churcl), r cor Middle and 
New or Neuse 

Hall Frank P, r s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Hall Henry L, books and stationery, Middle bet Pollock 
and s Front, r Middle junction of Craven 

Hall James T, (J T Hall & Bro), r s Front bet Middle and 
Craven 

HallJ T & Bro, (James T and John P Hall), lock and gun 
smith, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Hall John P, (J T Hall & Bro), r s Front bet Middle and 
Craven 

Hall Mills (c), r n of Queen nr New Market 

Hall Thomas C, carpenter A & N C R R Shops, r Hancock 
bet Johston and Queen 

Hall William (c), r Elm nr New Market 

Hall Wm G, bkpr A & N C R R Shops, r Pollock bet Mid- 
dle and Hancock 

Ham George (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 

Hamilton James W, candy manufacturer Broad bet Mid- 
dle and Hancock, also genl grocer cor Pollock and 
George, r same 

Hamilton Nelson, r Jones bet Crooked and New s Front 

Hammonds Samuel (c), r Alley nr cor Bern and Pine 

Hancock Bros, (Frank W and Charles K), druggists and 
apothecary, seed dealers, etc, s w cor Pollock and Craven 

Hancock Chas K, (Hancock Bros), r Middle bet Johnston 
and Craven 

Hancock Frank W, (Hancock Bros), r Middle bet John- 
ston and Craven 

Hancock Frederick L, engineer A & N C R R, r Broad bet 
Hancock and Metcalf 

Hancock Geo D, carpenter A & N C R R Shops, r cor George 
and Queen 

Hancock James, r cor George and Queen 

Hancock Lewis W, r cor King and Graves 

Hancock Mary E, wid of Denard, r Broad bet Metcalf and 
Hancock 

Hancock Richard D, elk, r cor King and Graves 



64 NEWBEKN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hancock Robt sr, r cor Graves and King 

Hancock Robert jr, dep collector U S Custom House, r cor 
King and Graves 

Hancock Thomas (c), r Jerkin's Alley bet Queen and Prim- 
rose 

Hancock Christopher T, compositor " Nut Shell " office, r 
Broad w of Queen 

Hand Joseph, fisherman, r s Front bet George and Metcalf 

Handy Alfred (c), r George bet Cedar and Pine 

Hanff Alex M, dry groods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc. Pol- 
lock bet Middle and Craven, r George bet Pollock and 
Broad 

Hanff John F, pianos and organs, r George bet Pollock and 
Broad 

Hanff John F jr, elk A M Hanff, r Craven bet Pollock and 
Broad 

Hanff Wm N, pianos and organs, r George bet Pollock and 
Bioad 

Hanks Jas B, engineer A & N C R R, r Griffith bet Queen 
and Atmore 

Harber John (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 

Hardison Frederick, wks Wooden Plate Factory 

Hardison J William (c), painter, r s Front bet Eden and 
Muddy 

Hardy George (c), wks Daniel Stimson 

Hargett Charles F, painter, r Muddy bet Broad and Pollock 

Hargett Elizabeth E, wid of John N, r cor Pollock and Fleet 

Hargett Henry (c), r Broad w of Queen 

Hargett Israel D (c), porter J J Tolson & Co, r Frank Har- 
gett 

Hargett James D, painter P. Trenwith, r Pollock cor Fleet 

Hargett John M, city marshall, office cor Broad and Craven 
r cor Fleet and Pollock 

Hargett Joseph (c), r Bragg's Alley bet Queen and Primrose 

Hargett Samuel M, r cor Pollock and Fleet 

Hargett (c), drayman, r Rountree nr Broad 

Harrell Jefferson W (c), boot and shoe maker, Middle bet s 
Front and Pollock, r Pollock bet Spring and Muddy 

Harrington Charles Y, elk W Lorch, r Broad bet Fleet and 
Bern 

Harris Anthony (c), r Crooked bet Norwood and Bryan 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 65 

Harris Brister (c), r n of Elm nr West 

Harris Daniel (c), r West nr Queen 

Harris Daniel (c), r Queen bet Bern and George 

Harris David, r Pollock bet Eden and Muddy 

Harris Israel (e), r George nr Pine 

Harris Israel (c), brickmason, r Jerkins Alley bet Queen and 
Primrose 

Harris John (c), r nr cor New s Front and Bryan 

Harris Thomas (c), porter A H Holton, r Muddy bet Broad 
and Pollock 

Harris Wm (c), r Norwood bet Pollock and Crooked 

Harris Wm H (c), r nr cor Ash and Elm 

Harrison farmer, r Pollock bet Mudd}' and Spring 

Harrison James C, grocer, Broad bet Queen and Fleet, r 
Fleet bet Pollock and Broad 

Harrison Simon (c), r Jerkins Alley bet Primrose and Queen 

Harrison Virginia, wid of John M F, r New or Neuse bet 
Craven and e Front 

Harrison Wm H, foreman Daniel Stimson, r cor e Front and 
Queen 

Hartsfield Oscar G, lab A & N C R R shops, r Griffith bet 
Queen and Stanley 

Harvey Chas (c), porter R Berry, r s Front 

Harvey Edmund, elk C T Watson, Market Wharf, bds Farm- 
er's Home 

Harvey Edward (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mills, r e Front bet 
Pollock and s Front 

Harvey Wm, fish dealer, bds Gaston House 

Harvey Wm H, elk C T Watson, Market Wharf, bds Hen- 
derson House 

Hassell Durand, meat market, Middle st Market, r s Front 
bet Hancock and Middle 

Hatch Chas H (c), elk J Mumford, r Oak nr Elm 

Hatch Isaac (c), r nr cor Elm and Ash 

Hatch James (c), r Rountree nr Elm 

Hatch Jesse (c), r Randolph bet George and Jerkins Alley 

Hatch John (c), r Queen bet George and Bern 

Hatch John {c\ r Oak nr Elm 

Havens Edward (c), boot and shoe maker, s Front 3 e Gas- 
ton House, r Pollock bet Muddy and George 



66 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Havens Edward jr (c), shoe maker E Havens, r Pollock bet 

Muddy and George 
Havens Jonathan, com mer, Craven nr s Front, r e Front 

bet King and Union 
Hawley John H, (c), tailor and repairer, s Front 2 e Gas- 
ton House, r West bet Cedar and Queen 
Hawkins Robert T, r New s Front nr Spring 
Hay Wm, painter, r Eden bet s Front and Pollock 
Hayes George (c), r Crooked bet Norwood and Bryan 
Hayes James (c), farmer, r cor Crooked and Norwood 
Heaton Mary, wid of Thomas, r Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock 
Henderson Edmond H, propr Henderson House, r same 
Henderson Edwin T, elk Henderson House, r same 
Henderson Oliver (c) r cor Queen and Pollock 
Henderson George, (Roberts & Henderson) manager west- 
ern union telegraph office and agt Southern Express 
Co, r cor Broad and Metcalf 
Henderson House, E H Henderson propr, Middle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 
Henderson Lot, wks D Stimson, r Pine bet George and Bern 
Henderson Richard B, school teacher, bds s Front bet Mid- 
dle and Craven 
Hendrickson Jane E, wid Williams, r s Front bet Hancock 

and Middle 
Henry Castillia (c), porter E B Roberts, r e end of Union 
Henry David P, propr of the Bee Hive, newspapers, con- 
fectionery, fruits, etc, post office buldg, r Middle bet 
Pollock and Broad 
Henry Thomas A, collector U S custom house, r Middle 

bet Pollock and Broad 
Henslee James, wks Plate Factor3%r cors Front and Eden 
Herring Richard (c), r Queen nr Broad 
Herrin Richard (c), r Queen bet Moonshine Alley and Broad 
Herrin Sidney (c), r s end Jones 

Herritage Sarah J, widow of John L, r Spring nr Pollock 
Hibbard Bertie, porter A L Follett, r cor Broad and Metcalf 
Hibbard Sarah E, widow of Charles, r cor Broad and Met- 
calf 
Hickman Harry (c), lab, r Pollock bet Jones and Norwood 
Hill Brown (c), r New nr George 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 67 

Hill Edwin G, real estate agt and justice of the peace, junc- 
tion Queen and Broad, r Pollock bet Eden and Muddy 
Hill Edward G jr, r Pollock bet Eden and Muddy 
Hill Ellen, widow of George W, cor George and s Front 
Hill Henry (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Hill James, cotton samj)ler for Frank Myer, r s end Craven 
Hill John, r Change below e Front 

Hill Joseph (c), wks A R Dennison, r German nr Pollock 
Hill Joseph (c), r Kilmarnoch nr Broad 
Hill Joseph (c), fish and oyster dealer. Middle st Market 
Hill Peter (c), r Muddy nr s Front 
Hill Richard (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Hill Robert R, printer, Newbernian, r Pollock bet Craven 

and e Front 
Hill Samuel (c), wks Daniel Stirason 
Hill Toney (c), porter American Hotel, r same 
Hill Wm H, r Change between Craven and e Front 
Hilton James B, r Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Hilton Mrs J W, wid, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 
Hilton Richard H, engineer Samuel Radcliff, r Broad bet 

e Front and Craven 
Hilton Samuel A, grocer, Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf, 

r same 
Himan Richard (c), r Eden bet s Front and Pollock 
Himan Wm (c), drayman, r Jones nr Pollock 
Hines John (c), wks Elijah Ellis' Mills, r George bet Queen 

and Cedar 
Hobbs Lewis (c), r cor GriflBth and Atmore 
Hodges John W, farmer, r Graves bet Union and King 
Holland Elizabeth, wid of Stephen D, r George bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Holland John, bds Henderson House 
Holland Joseph B, elk W Hollister, r George bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Holland Philomen, r s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Hollister Wm, groceries and general merchandise, Middle 

bet Pollock and s Front, r cor Broad and George 
Holloway Alfred (c), fish and oyster dealer, Middle street 

Market 
Holloway Anthony (c), r Pollock bet Jones and Norwood 
Holloway Samuel (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 



68 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hollowell Joseph K, wood worker P Trenwith,r Craven bet 
Pollock and Broad 

Holly John (c), r Elm nr West 

Holly Mustipher P (c), tailor s Front bet Hancock and Mid- 
dle, r George bet Queen and New or Neuse 

Holmes Hamilton (c), lunch house, r same 

Holton Alex H, saloon, liquor, cigars and tobacco dealer, 
Middle opp ice house, r Broad bet e Front and Craven 

Holton M J, wid of Abner, r cor e Front and s Front 

Hooker Thomas, fisherman, r Eden bet Pollock and s Front 

Hooks Samuel (c), R R hand,r Bragg's Alley bet Queen and 
Primrose 

Hoover Solomon, r Eden bet Pollock and s Front 

Hoover Wm T, r cor New s Front and Spring 

Hoover Vartis L, widow of F V, r cor New s Front and 
Spring 

Horton Clias H, compositor Nut Shell office, r Metcalf bet 
Pollock and s Front 

House Geo (c), r Crooked bet Bryan and Norwood 

Harward Elijah (c), vegetables Middle bet Broad and Pol- 
lock, r Moonshine Alley 

Howard Geo W, elk Asa Jones, r Pollock bet Muddy and 
Queen 

Howard James J, ship builder, r s Front bet e Front and 
Craven 

Howard James M, elk Asa Jones, r s Front bet e Front and 
Craven 

Howard John D, elk T A Green, r s Front bet e Front and 
Craven 

Howard Thomas C, elk T S Howard, r s Front bet Craven 
and e Front 

Howard Thos S, city treasurer, also cotton gin, s Front 
bet e Front and Craven, r s Front bet e Front and 
Craven 

Howell Elizabeth A, wid of Blake, r Queen bet Hancock 
and Graves 

Howell Frank P, machinist A & N C R R Shops, r Queen 
bet Hancock and Graves 

Howell Samuel, lab A & N C R R Shops, r Queen bet Han- 
cock and Graves 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 69 

Hoxie Mary, wid of Albert, r e Front bet Pollock and s 

Front 
Hoyt Alfred, engineer U S R M, bds Central Hotel 
Hoyt Fred (c), drayman, r Queen nr West 
Hubbard Albert G, atty at law, Middle bet Pollock and 

Broad, r same 
Hubbard E R, dentist Gaston House, bds same 
Hubbs Ethelbert, postmaster at Newbern, r e Front cor 

Cbanoo 

Hubbs Orlanda, sheriff Craven county, office Craven bet 
Broad and New or Xcuse, r George bet s Front and 
Pollock 

Huddleston Allen J, r Pollock bet Middle and Hancock 

Huff Anson, r cor Hancock and s Front 

HuflF Haywood, elk J W Hamilton, bds cor Pollock and 
George 

Huggins Nathan (c), r cor West and Cedar 

Hughes Henry J, groceries and genl merchandise, Broad 
bet Middle and Hancock, r same 

Hughes Isaac W, (Isaac W Hughes & Son), r Johnston 
bet Hancock and Middle 

Hughes Isaac W & Son, (Isaac W and James B), physi- 
cians Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Hughes James B, (Isaac W Hughes & Son), r Broad bet 
Hancock and Metcalf 

Hughes John, pres The National Bank of Newberne, also 
atty at law 1 w Gaston House, Broad bet Middle and 
Craven 

Hukins Henry (c), r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 

Humphrey G Frank, elk M Prag, r Hancock bet Pollock 
and s Front 

Humphrey Hill, elk T A Green, r junction Middle and 
Craven 

Hunt Henr}^ bar tender W Z & J W Davis, r Metcalf bet 
s Front and Pollock 

Hurtt Daniel W, (Hurtt & Gaskill(, bds Gaston House 

Hurtt & Gaskill, (Daniel W Hurtt and Nathaniel M Gas- 
kill), merchant tailor Middle bet s Front and Pollock 

Hussey John E (c), boarding house junction Queen and 
Broad, r same 

Hussey Robt (c), fisherman, r West n of Cedar 



7Q NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hutson Hezekiah (c), r Queen bet George and Bern 
Hyman Alfred (c), shoemaker, r Bragg's Alley bet Queen 
and Primrose 



I 



POCK AUTHUR, r Metcalf bet s Front and Pollock 



Ipock Bryant H, r Craven nr South 

Ireland John (c), fireman A & N C R R 

Ireland Sarah J, wid Joseph W, r s Front bet George and 
Metcalf 

Ireland Wm, r Spring nr New s Front 

Ives Chas F, elk C H Blank, r Pollock bet Hancock and 
Metcalf 

Ives Chas L, elk, r Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf 

Ives Geo N, fish and oyster dealer Market Wharf, r cor New 
or Neuse and Craven 

Ives James, fisherman, r s Front bet Hancock and Middle 

Ives J Frontiss, dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, etc, Pol- 
lock bet Middle and Craven, r Johnston bet Hancock 
and Metcalf 

Ives Laura A, wid of Luther, r Pollock bet Hancock and 
Metcalf 

Ivey C, wid of John 0, r Union bet Craven and e Front 



JACKSON ALLEN (c), blacksmith cor Moonshine Alley 
and Queen, r same 

Jackson Edward, r cor George and Gardner Alley 
Jackson Edward (c), huckster Middle St Market r Bern bet 

Queen and Cedar 
Jackson Eli W (c), blacksmith cor Broad and Hancock, r 

Bragg's Alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Jackson John (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Jackson Joseph (c), r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 
Jackson Nathan (c), r nr cor Bryan and New s Front 
Jackson Samuel, blacksmith rear Gaston House, r s Front 

bet Hancock and Middle 
Jackson Silas (c), porter B L Churchill, r George bet s Front 

and Pollock 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 71 

Jackson Win (c), wks Daniel Stimson 

Jackson Wm H (c), r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 

Jacobs Stephen (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 

James Benj (c), wks Daniel Stiinson 

James Henry (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 

James Wm (c), carpenter E M Pavie, r West bet Elm and 

Cedar 
Jarvis David S, elk W E Patterson, r Central Hotel 
Jarvis Moses (c), lab, r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 
Jenkins Benj (c), r New s Front bet Jones and Norwood 
Jenkins Nelson (c), tailor J PI Hawley, r Oak 
Jerkins Alonzo T, r cor Broad and Metcalf 
Jespers Jabe (c), r Scott's Alley nr Neuse rd 
Jimerson James, wks aboard the Revenue Cutter, r Craven 

bet s Front and Pollock 
Johnson Anthony (c), r Queen nr Broad 
Johnson Benj (c), r Norwood bet Pollock and Crooked 
Johnson Eb (c), r Queen opp New Market 
Johnston Ed (c), r Jones nr Crooked 
Johnson Geo (c), r s Front bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Johnson Henry (c), r Griffith nr R R 
Johnston James C (c), r Pollock bet Muddy and Spring 
Johnston Joseph (c), hostler, r cor Pollock and Norwood 
Johnson Joshua (c), r Jerkin's Alley bet Primrose and Queen 
Johnson Lizzie, wid of Jacob Y, r Pollock bet Metcalf and 

Hancock 
Johnson Richard M, butcher Middle St Market 
Johnson Robt (c), r George bet Pollock and s Front 
Johnson Samuel H (c), with J Mumford, r Muddy 
Johnson Simon (c), r Muddy nr s Front 
Johnson Stephen (c), r Jerkin's Alley bet Primrose and 

Queen 
Johnson Washington (c), r s end Jones 
Johnson Wiley (c), wheelwright, r nr cor Queen and Moon- 
shine Alley 
Johnson Wm (c), dep sheriff, r Craven bet New or Neuse 

and Broad 
Johnson Wm H, dep sheriff, r Craven bet Broad and New or 

Neuse 
Jones Aaron (c), wks E Ellis' mill 
Jones Abe (c), capenter E M Pavie 
3 



72 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Jones Amos (c), cook John Detrick, r Queen bet Muddy and 

Broad 
Jones Amos (c), r Muddy nr s Front 
Jones Amos (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 
Jones Andrew J, coal, etc, r Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Jone Arthur (c), farmer, r Jones nr New s Front 
Jones Asa, dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc, Pollock 

bet Middle and Craven, r cor Pollock and Eden 
Jones Bass (c), r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 
Jones Benj (c), r s Front bet George and Metcalf 
Jones Benj C, apprentice E G Cuthbert, r e Front bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 
Jones Charles A, r cor Broad and Muddy 
Jones Chas K, elk W F Jones, r Craven 
Jones Charlotte, wid of Wm H, r Hancock bet Johnston 

and New or Neuse 
Jones Cornelius (c), r cor German and New s Front 
Jones David M, elk H Sperling, r cor Hancock and Pollock 
Jones Edward (c), r s Front bet George and Eden 
Jones Edward D (c), boot and shoe maker, s Front bet 

Hancock and Middle, r cor Spring and Pollock 
Jones Frederick J, r cor Eden and Pollock 
Jones Geo (c), r Pine bet Bern and George 
Jones Geo (c), r Pasteur bet Queen and Primrose 
Jones Hager (c), r Muddy nr s Front 
Jones Haywood (c), r nr cor Elm and Ash 
Jones Henry (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 
Jones Ivery (c), wks D Stimson, r Rountree nr Elm 
Jones James (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Pine 
Jones James fisherman, r Spring bet s Front and Pollock 
Jones James H (c), r Crooked bet Norwood and Jones 
Jones James P (c), r Bragg's Alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Jones James, elk B Schwerin, r Craven bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 
Jones Mrs James W, wid, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 
Jones John (c), r Court nr R R 
Jones John (c), carpenter, r Jones nr Pollock 
Jones John R, jeweler S K Eaton, r New or Neuse bet Cra- 
ven and e Front 
Jones Justina, wid of Henry C, r Craven bet s Front and 
Pollock 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 73 

Jones Kenneth R, groceries, liquors and genl merchandise, 

n w corner s Front and Middle, r Metcalf bet New or 

Neuse and Broad 
Jones Lewis (c), r New s Front bet Norwood and Jones 
Jones Lewis (c), r Elm nr West 
Jones Mary J, wid of Wm, r e Front bet Pollock and s 

Front 
Jones Paul, r cor Eden and Pollock 
Jones Peter (c), wood yard s Front nr Middle, r Cedar nr 

West 
Jones Pias (c),r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
Jones Samuel (c), r Fobb's Alley nr Neuse rd 
Jones Samuel (c), r Jerkins' Alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Jones Samuel F, sewing machine agt, r cor Broad and Mud- 
dy 
Jones Sophia S, wid of Henry W,r Middle bet Johnston and 

Craven 
Jones Thomas C, light house keeper, r s Front bet Craven 

and e Front 
Jones Virgil (c), r Short bet e Front and New or Neuse 
Jones Wanton (c), r New s Front nr Jones 
Jones Wm (c), bds Elm City Hotel 
Jones Wm (c), grocer, r Queen nr Broad 
Jones Wm (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 
Jones Wm, r Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Jones Wm F, grocery and general merchandise and liquors, 

Middle opp Market House, r e Front bet Pollock and s 

Front 
Jones Wm T, agt New Home Sewing Machine, Pollock bet 

Middle and Craven, bds cor Hancock and Broad 
Jordan Henry (c), meat market New Market, r country 
Jordan John V, druggist and apothecary, n w cor Pollock 

and Craven, r Johnston bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Joyner Gilbert (c), wks David Congdon, r Stanly bet Griffith 

and Tull 
Joyner Joseph (c), r Pine bet George and Bern 
Joyner Lewis (c), r Rountree nr Broad 
Justice Alex, r e Front below Change 
Justice B Tillman, r e Front below Change 
Justice Farmfield, r e Front below Change 
Justice James G, r e Front below Change 



74 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 



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EELER TIM, bar tender E Whitman, r Pollock bet 
Broad and New or Neuse 

Kehoe Robert C, dept revenue collector at lar^e, office New 
or Neuse bet Hancock and Middle, r cor New or Neuse 
and Middle 
Kelly Bryant (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Kellum James, grocer, Pollock bet Moonshine Alley and 

Fleet, r same 
Kennedy Henry (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 
Kennedy Lorenzo (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 
Kenney Mark (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Kennedy Moses (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 
Kennedy Peter (c), lab, r Metcalf bet Broad and New 
Ketchum Benj F, wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Kilburn David N, dealer in cotton, hydes, &c, &c, Middle 

st Market, r Broad bet Middle and Craven 
Kinsey James C (c), porter Alex Miller, r Oak 
Kilburn John, elk D N Kilburn, r Broad bet Middle and 

Craven 
Knox Eliza H, wid of Dr Reuben Knox, r Broad bet Met- 
calf and Hancock 
Koonce Amos (c), Koonce & Green, r country 
Koonce Benj (c), r Bryan 
Koonce Harriet, wid of Benj, r Hancock bet Pollock and s 

Front 
Koonce & Green (c), (Amos Koonce and Hamilton N Green) 

meat market, New Market 
Kornegay Thomas (c), r n of Queen nr New Market 
Kosminski Wm, merchant, bds Central Hotel 



LAND SARAH, wid Edward, r Broad bet Queen and 
Muddy 

Lane Benj B, fish and oyster dealer market wharf, r e Front 
bet Pollock and s Front 

Lane Frank (c), r cor Queen and Jerkins' Alley 

Lane F B, saloon and billiard hall Gaston House, r Broad 
bet Middle and Craven 

Lane Hardy B, saloon. Craven nr s Front, r Jones bet Pol- 
lock and Crookedj 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 75 

Lane Miss Harriett, milliner and fancy goods, Pollock bet 
Middle and Craven, r Johnston bet Hancock and Met- 
calf 
Lane Jane, wid of Geo, r Pollock bet Muddy and Spring 
Lane John B, carpenter and builder, r cor Metcalf and John- 
ston 
Lane Mary J, wid of Frederick, r Broad bet Middle and 

Craven 
Lane Stephen H, elk F Ulrich, r Middle bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Lane Wm, painter, r e Front bet Pollock and Broad 
Lassiter Jesse J, r Metcalf bet Broad and Pollock 
Latham Alex C, elk, r Broad bet Metcalf and Hancock 
Latham Alex C jr, elk E H Meadows & Co, r Broad 
Latham Bristol (c), r Pine bet George and Berne 
Latham Braxton (c), carpenter, r Randolph nr George 
Latham Csesar (c), wks J A Meadows' mills, r Queen bet 

Bern and West 
Latham Cornelius (c), r Fobbs' Alley nr Neuse rd 
Latham Freeman (c), r Cedar nr West 
Latham Geo A, ed and propr Daily Democrat, Craven bet 

Broad and Pollock, r e Front bet King and Union 
Latham Saml W, county commissioner, r 3 miles e New- 

bern 

Latham Thos J, cashier R H Rountree & Co, also Treas 

Craven county, agent Connecticut Mutual Ins Co, and 

Notary Public, r Craven bet New or Neuse and Broad 

Lawrence Nancy, wid of Baker, r Metcalf bet New and 

Broad 
Lawrence James (c), R R hand, r n of Queen nr New Mar- 
ket 
Lawrence Wm (c), cooper, r corner Primrose and George 
Lawrence Wm W (c), cooper, r Metcalf bet Broad and Pol- 
lock 
Layrock James, r German bet New s Front and Pollock 
Lee Stephen (c), r Jones bet Pollock and New s Front 
Legan Thomas (c), fisherman, New s Front bet Hancock 

and Metcalf 
Lehman Harriett, wid of Robt, r cor Hancock and Pollock 
Leath Isaac (c), r cor New s Front and Spring 
Leith Lewis (c), r cor Crooked and Norwood 



76 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Lester John, engineer A & N C R R, r Broad bet Queen and 

Muddy 
Lewis Caesar (c), porter Geo Allen & Co, r Good nr R R 
Lewis Edward, moulder A & N C R R shops, r Broad bet 

e Front and Craven 
Lewis Fred (c), r cor West and Elm 
Lewis Henry (c), fisherman, r cor Griffith and Atmore 
Lewis Isaac W, fisherman, r s Front bet Craven and e Front 
Lewis James (c), r Good nr Railroad 
Lewis James (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 
Lewis James T, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Lewis Joshua H (c), r Queen bet Bern and West 
Lewis Limber (c), lab A & N C R R shops, r corner Prim- 
rose and Pasteur 
Lewis Samuel (c), drayman, r Muddy bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 
Lewis William (c), drayman, r Muddy bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 
Lewis Wm H (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 
Lewis Wm L, elk Watson & Daniels, bds cor Pollock and 

Hancock 
Lincoln John T, (J W Daniels & Co) r Craven bet S Front 

and Pollock 
Linsey Everett (c), carpenter, r cor Jones and Crooked 
Long Henry J (c), carpenter E M Pa vie, r nr cor Cedar and 

Bern 
Long James T, physician, Middle bet Pollock and s Front, 

r same 
Long John S, Att'y at Law and Fire Ins Agent, s Front 
bet Middle and Craven, r Broad bet Craven and e 
Front 
Lorch Ernest P, (Rountree & Lorch) r Pollock bet Craven 

and e Front 
Lorch Wm, Genl Merchandise, Broad bet Fleet and Bern, 

r same , 

Lovett Horatio (c), r Randolph nr R R 
Lovett William (c), r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 
Lovick Danzie (c), r s Front bet Eden and George 
Lovick Hugh J, elk J F Clark, r s Front bet Hancock and 
Middle 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 77 



Lovick Henry J, elk in Register of Deeds' office, r s Front 

bet Hancock and Middle 
Lovinier John C, r Neuse rd nr limits 
Lucas Geo D D (c), shoemkr, Hancock bet Johnston and 

Queen, r same 
Lucas James (c), r nr cor Elm and Ash 
Lucas James S, r King bet Graves and e Front 
Lucas John R, r King bet Graves and e Front 
Lucas Umbrin (c), r George bet Good and Randolph 
Lucas Wm (c), r Jerkins' Alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Lucas W Joseph, elk Wm Salter, r King bet Graves and'e 

Front 
Luehini Chas, practical hatter. Middle bet Broad and Pol- 
lock, r same 
Lynch Henry (c), carpenter, r End nr Broad 

McALWAIN REDDING (c), wks steam mill, r Queen 
bet Pollock and Broad 
MeCallum Annie, wid of Daniel, r s Front bet George and 

Metcalf 
McCarthy Thos F, grocer and liquor dealer, junction 

Queen and Pollock, r same 
McCay Wm, r Pollock bet Jones and Norwood 
McClease Everett (c), r nr cor Ash and Elm 
McCotter H, meat market Middle St Market 
McDaniel John L, elk C E Slover, r Craven bet Pollock and 

s Front 
McDaniel Joseph B, printer N S Richardson, r Craven bet 

Pollock and s Front 
McDaniel Mary B, wid of John, r Craven bet Pollock and 

s Front 
McDewey Duncan, timekeeper The Newbern Manfg Co 
McDonnell Jonas (c), blksmth, r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 
McGee Benj (c), [McGee, Nelson & Co), r cor Bryan and 

Crooked 
McGee, Nelson & Co (c), [Benj McGee, Samuel Nelson, Isaac 

Brown, Benj Beasley], carpenters, cor s Front and Met- 
calf 
McGill Wm (c), r e Front nr King 



78 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

McGowan John S, merchant, r Metcalf bet Broad and New 

or Neuse 
Mcintosh William, wks Newbern Foundry and Machine 

Works, bds Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 
McKay Alex, fisherman, r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 
McLacklan Alex, tailor Asa Jones, r Middle bet New or 

Neuse and Broad 
McLacklan Alex jr, elk B M Gates, r Pollock bet Muddy 

and George 
McLean Christopher W, r cor New or Neuse and Middle 
McRay Harvy (c), blacksmith, r junction Broad and Queen 
McSorley John, boot and shoe maker, Pollock bet Middle 

and Hancock, r same 



M 



ACE THOMAS E, r Middle bet Pollock and s Front 



Mace Ulysses S, druggist Market Wkarf, r Middle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 

Mackey Henderson (c), r Metcalf bet s Front and Pollock 

Mackey Sylvester (c), bar opp Depot, r same 

Maler Fred W, bakery and confectionery, s Front bet Han- 
cock and Middle, r same 

Mallison Thomas H, county commissioner, r 15 miles s of 
Newbern 

Manix John S, asst post master, r Pollock bet Muddy and 
Eden 

Manly Basil, master mechanic A & N C R R, r cor e Front 
and New or Neuse 

Manly Clement, (M E Manly & Son), r cor e Front and 
New or Neuse 

Manley David, r George bet Pollock and s Front 

Manley Geo (c), drayman r New s Front nr German 

Manly Isreal (c), driver G B Guion, r Bern bet Cedar and 
Queen 

Manly Mathias, elk Clyde Line Steam Ship office, r cor e 
Front and New or Neuse 

Manly Mathias E, (M E Manly & Son), mayor city of 
Newbern, r cor e Front and New or Neuse 

Manly M E & Son, (Mathias E and Clement), attys at 
law, Craven bet Pollock and Broad 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 79 

Mann Asa, wks D Congdon, r e Front bet King and Queen 
Manwell James, (ManwuU & Crabtree), r Griffith bet 

Queen and At more 
Manwell & Crabtree, (James Manwell and John II Crab- 
tree), proprs Newberu Foundry and Machine Works), 
Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Marks Oscar, dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, etc, Pollock 
bet Middle and Craven, r Pollock bet Metcalf and 
Hancock 
Marshall Andrew J (c), coach maker, r Spring bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Marshall Frank P, tinner, r cor George and New or Neuse 
Marshall Geo H, painter A & N C R R, r Metcalf bet Broad 

and New or Neuse 
Marshall Henry A, elk Wm Salter, r cor George and New 

or Neuse 
Marshall Wm H, engineer and surveyor, r cor George and 

New or Neuse 
Martin Titus (c), r Cedar nr Stanly 
Martin Wm (c), porter J J Wolfenden, r s Front 
Martyne Prof J J, dancing master, bds Central Hotel 
Mason Cicero (c), carpenter, r Good bet George and Jerkins' 

Alley 
Mason Luke (c), wagon maker. Pollock bet Hancock and 

Metcalf 
Mason Moses (c), r Jerkins' Alley bet Primrose and Queen 
Mason Reding, cigar mkr C Erdmann, r Queen nr West 
Masonic Building, Hancock bet New or Neuse and Johnston 
Matthews Edward J, elk J J Tolson & Co, r Broad bet Cra- 
ven and e Front 
Matthews James T, finisher for S H Gray's Patent Orna- 
mental Plate, Middle bet Broad and Pollock, r GriflSth 
bet Queen and Atmore 
Matthews John C, horse dealer with F T Patterson, r 

Broad bet Craven and e Front 
Mattocks Rev John H (c), r Crooked bet Bryan and Nor- 
wood 
May Redding L, elk K R Jones, bds Hancock bet Broad 

and Pollock 
May Turner J, elk K R Jones, also farmer 11 miles west 
of Newbern, r Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 



so NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Mayhew Mary, wid of Wm H, r Craven bet New or Neuse 

and Broad 
Mayo Bennett, elk A & M Hahn, bds Henderson House 
Mayo Edward, pilot Revenue Cutter, r s Front bet Craven 

and e Front 
Mayo Thomas H, elk Hancock Bros, bds Middle bet John- 
ston and Craven 
Mayor's Office, M E Manly Mayor, cor Broad and Craven 
Meadows Edward H, (E H Meadows & Co), r Broad bet 

Metcalf and Hancock 
Moadows E H & Co, (Edward H Meadows) druggist and 

seed man, s e cor Pollock and Middle 
Meadows John A, merchant miller and grain dealer, corn 

a sjiecialty, junction e Front and s Front, r s Front bet 

Craven and e Front 
Meadows Thomas H, engineer J A Meadows, r s Front bet 

Craven and e Front 
Mechanics' Hook and Ladder Co's House No 1, Broad bet 

Middle and Craven 
Mendenhall Clabe (c), fireman A & N C R R, r Court nr 

George 
Merrick Emanuel (c), (Merrick & Gardner) r New or Neuse 

bet George and Muddy 
Merrick John W (c), r Randolph nr R R 
Merrick & Gardner j^c), (Emanuel Merrick and William R 

Gardner) grocers, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Merritt Alex (c), wks David Congdon 
Merritt Henderson (c), wks Newbern foundry and machine 

works, r cor George and Pine 
Metts Thomas (c), r Metcalf bet Broad and Pollock 
Metts Wm P, elk J B Watson, r Hancock bet Pollock and s 

Front 
Mi Ik ins Henry (c), waiter Gaston House 
Miller Alex, genl store 61 and 63 Broad bet Middle and 

Hancock, r same 
Miller Frank, r West nr Queen 
Miller Wm (c), lab A & N C R R shops 
Mills Roswell, manfr of tobacco, r cor s Front and Metcalf 
Missillier John L H, elk Geo Allen & Co, r e Front bet 

Broad and Pollock 
Mitchell Nelson (c), r TuU bet Stanly and Atmore 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 81 

Mitchell Sarah E, wid of Thomas J, r cor New or Neuse and 

Middle 
Mitchell Thomas J, elk A M Baker, r cor Middle and New 

or Nense 
Mitchell Wm c), lab, r s Front bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Mitchell Elias, r Elm bet Oak and Scott's Alley 
Mitchell Geo, (c), proprElm City Hotel, cor Hancock and 

Queen 
Mitchell Jacob (c), r cor Muddy and Spring 
Monjohn James (c), shoe mker E Havens, r Jerkins' Alley 

bet Queen and Primrose 
Monjohn William H (c), porter W Hollister, r rear Baptist 

Church 
Moore Byas {c\ r cor Broad and Queen 
Moore Francis B (c), r Crooked bet Norwood and Jones 
Moore Harrison (c), meat market New Market, r country 
Moore Henry (c), hostler E H Henderson, r Richaidson 

Alley nr Elm 
Moore Jacob (c), r Kilmarnoch nr Broad 
Moore James (c), carpenter, r Jones nr Pollock 
Moore James "W. clothing, gents furnishing goods, etc. 

Middle st Market, r Pollock bet Metcalf and Ilancoc'c 
Moore John (c), barber, r Pollock bet Moonshine Alhv and 
• Fleet 
Moore John E (c), barbers Front bet Hancock and Middle, 

r rear T A Green's store 
Moore Leonidas J, lawyer, s Front opp Gaston House, r 

cor Broad and Muddy 
Moore Mary, wid of Wm P, r Middle bet Johnston and Cra- 
ven 
Moore Noah (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Moore Oliver (c), r Cedar nr Elm 
Moore Silas (c), r Fobb's Alley nr Neuse rd 
Moore Furney (c), r cor Primrose and Jerkin's Alley 
Moore Wm (c), driver, r Queen nr Broad 
Moore Wm F (c), porter J Schwerin, r Gardner's Alley bet 

Bern and George 
Moore Wm H (c), r Jones nr Pollock 
Moore Wm H (c), r cor Elm and Ash 
Moore Wra P (c), physician, r Norwood bet Crooked and 

New s Front 



82 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Moore William R (c), school teacher, r New s Front bet 

Jones and Norwood 
Morgan Alex (c), r Rountree nr Elm 
Morning Wm (c), r e Front bet Queen and King 
Morris Bravitt W (c), minister, r New bet George and Muddy- 
Morris Calvin J, wks Plate Factory, r Pollock bet Muddy 

and George 
Morris Frank (c), r George bet s Front and Pollock 
Morris James E, r cor Hancock and New or Neuse 
Morris James W, asst agt and tel operator A & N C R R Co, 

bds Gaston House 
Morris Thomas (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 
Morris Wm (c), r Cypress nr Bern 
Morton David, r Broad bet Fleet and Bern or Muddy 
Morton Luke (c). r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 
Moseley Robert G (c), grocer, cor New s Front and Jones, r 

same 
Moseley Wright (c), r Jones bet Crooked and New s Front 
Moses Major (c), wks A R Dennison 
Moulton Theodore (c), wks David Congdon 
Moye Gilbert (c), r Pasteur opp Round House 
Mullen Levi (c), r nr cor New s Front and Bryan 
Mullins Wm (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mill 
Murphy Anthony (c), r Broad bet Queen and Muddy 
Mumford Caesar (c), r Richardson Alley nr Queen 
Mumford Ezarias (c), r nr cor Ash and Elm 
Mumford Joseph (c), dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes, and 

general merchandise, Middle below s Front, r Queen 

bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Mumford Warrick (c), r West nr Queen 
Murdoch John, wks A W Edwards, r George bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Murdoch Wm C, grocer and liquors cor West and Elm, r 

same 
Murphy Anthony (c), r Crooked bet Jones and Norwood 
Murphy Mary E, wid of Wm, r Hancock bet Johnston and 

Queen 
Murrell Lawyer (c), porter Gaston House, r rear J B Wat- 
son's grocery 
Myer Frank, cotton buyer Craven nr s Front, bds Gaston 

House 



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NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 83 



ASH JAMES E, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 



Neal Thomas G, elk L H Cutler, r s Front 

Nelson Augustus W, farmer, r George bet New or Neuse 
and Broad 

Nelson Caroline L, wid of Wiley, r cor Union and Craven 

Nelson Chas (c), r Jones nr New s Front 

Nelson Chas E, meot market, Broad bet Middle and Han- 
cock, r cor George and Neuse 

Nelson Elisha (c), [Nelson & Rial] r Bern bet Cedar and 
Queen 

Nelson Frances, r s Front bet Hancock and Metcalf 

Nelson Frank (c), r s Front bet Metcalf and George 

Nelson Geo (c), r Bragg's Alley nr Queen 

Nelson Hattie, r Pollock bet Muddy and Spring 

Nelson James (c), fisherman, r Metcalf bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 

Nelson Joseph, Register of Deeds, Craven bet s Front and 
Pollock, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 

Nelson Randal (c), r Alley nr cor Pine and George 

Nelson Samuel (c), [McGee, Nelson & Co] r New or Neuse 
bet Metcalf and George 

Nelson & Rial (c), [Elisha Nelson and Wm T Rial] black- 
miths, Craven below s Front 

New-Bern Daily Democrat, Geo A Latham ed and propr, 
Craven bet Pollock and Broad 

Newbern Foundry and Machine Works, Man well & Crab- 
tree proprs, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 

Bewbern Gas Light Co, Chas Slover Pres, Geo Allen Sec'y 
and Treas, s Front bet Hancock and Metcalf 

Newbern Mfg Co, Thos A Green Pres, Geo Allen Sec'y and 
Treas and Financial Agent, e Front bet s Front and 
Pollock 

Newbern Military Institute, George Slover Principal, 
Union bet Craven and e Front 

Newby Taylor (c), r w end New s Front 

Newby Washington (c), r Jerkins' Alley bet Queen and 
Primrose 

New Home Sewing Machine, W T Jones agent, Pollock 
bet Craven and Middle 



84 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Newton Cornelius (c), wks David Congdon 

Newton Wm A (c), bds Elm City Hotel 

Nevill David (c), blacksmith S Jackson, r cor Broad and 

Metcalf 
Nixon Isaac (c), r New s Front bet German and Jones 
Nixon James (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Nockiim Stephen, r Metcalf bet Pollock and Broad 
Norcross Wm O, r s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Norfleet Lawrence (c), r Spring nr New s Front 
Norman James F, saloon and billiard hall, Middle bet 

Broad and Pollock, bds Henderson House 



O 'CARROLL THOMAS, shoemkr Middle bet Pollock 
and s Front, r w end Pollock 

O'Connell James, tailor A Zang, r Broad 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 

Oden Allen G, (c), practical boot and shoemaker, Craven 

bet Pollock and s Front, r New s Front nr Spring 
Oden Wiley (c), r New s Front nr Spring 
Oglesbey Wm V, r s Front bet Metcalf and George 
Old Dominion Steamship Co, E B Roberts agent, foot of 

Craven 
Oliver Geo A, elk Wm H Oliver market wharf, r Broad 

bet Metcalf and Hancock 
Oliver Mary, wid of B, r Spring nr Pollock 
Oliver Mary E, r Middle bet Broad and New or Neuse 
Oliver Susan, r Hancock bet s Front and Pollock 
Oliver Wm H, grocer and hardware. Market Wharf, r Broad 

bet Metcalf and Plancock 
O'Leary Sallie A, wid of Wm, r Broad bet Craven and e Front 
O'Neal Benj, elk Willis & Gates, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Orum Miles (c), porter John Suter, r s Front 
Oxley Sarah (c), grocer. Broad bet Middle and Hancock, r 

same 



P 



ADRICK ALBERT S, elk W Sultan & Co, bds Central 
Hotel 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 85 

Palmer John S, cigars and tobacco, Pollock bet Middle 

and Craven, r s Front bet Craven and e Front 
Palmer "Wm L, cigars and tobacco, Middle bet Pollock and 

s Front, r s Front bet e Front and Craven 
Pappendick Geo L, bar tender John Detrick, r Pollock bet 

Hancock and Middle 
Parker James (c), lab, r junction Queen and Pollock 
Parris Abney, r Neuse rd nr limits 

Parris Edward, farmer, r Pollock bet Spring and German 
Parsons Geo, cigar maker C Erdmann, r cor Broad and End 
Parsons Geo T, sailor, r Craven bet Broad and New or 

Neuse 
Parsons James, r corner New or Neuse and Craven 
Parsons James T, elk A M Baker, r Pollock cor Metcalf 
Parsons Joseph, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Parsons Samuel (c), wks D Stimson, r e Front bet Queen 

and King- 
Parsons Samuel, r cor New or Neuse and Craven 
Parsons Thomas, sail maker, r cor Broad and End 
Pasture Elizabeth, wid of John I, r New or Neuse bet Mid- 
dle and Craven 
Pasture Henry (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Paton Alex (c), r New s Front bet German and Jones 
Patterson Caroline, wid of John, r e Front nr s Front 
Patterson Frank T, dealer in horses and mules. Central 

Hotel, r Johnston bet Craven and Middle 
Patterson Isaac, r cor Griffith and Queen 
Patterson James A, with W E Patterson, r Central Hotel 
Patterson John R. elk K R Jones, bds Metcalf bet New or 

Neuse and Broad 
Patterson Moses, r Central Hotel 

Patterson Wm E, dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes and 
commission merchant. Middle bet Pollock and s Front, 
also propr Central Hotel, r same 
Paul Hiram J, compositor "Daily Democrat," r cor Broad 

and Fleet 
Paul Valentine W, r e Front bet Pollock and Broad 
Pavie Edward M, contractor and builder, Broad bet Mid- 
dle and Hancock, r same 
Pavie Jenette L, wid of Edmund A, r Broad bet Middle and 
Hancock 



86 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Pearce Henry B, elk Windley Bros, r Pollock bet Craven 
and c Front 

Pearce Penelope, wid of Jesse, r Broad and Metcalf 

Pearce Wm H, r Pollock bet Craven and e Front 

Peele John T, elk and depty revenue collector, bds Gaston 
House 

Percy Wm, carpenter, r s Front opp Eden 

Perry Alfred (c), lab, r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 

Perry Fred L, elk Gaston House, r same 

Perry Noah (c), drayman, r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 

Peterson Betsey, wid of Peter, r Broad bet e Front and 
Craven 

Peterson James (c), lab, r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 

Petiphcr Wm, r German bet New s Front and Pollard 

Phelplis Taylor (c), r cor Queen and Broad 

Phillips Wm S, harness and saddles, Middle bet Pollock 
and s Front, r Metcalf bet Johnston and New or Neuse 

Physic Geo (c), r cor Stanly and Cedar 

Physic Wm (c), carpenter A & N C R R Shops, r cor Prim- 
rose and Jerkin's Alley 

Pittman George E, editor and propr of " The Daily Nut 
Shell," Craven bet Broad and Pollock, r same 

Pittman M F, r Craven bet Broad and New 

Pitts Moses (c), r Stanly bet Griffith and Tull 

Pollock Scipio (c), fanner, r cor Eden and s Front 

Pool Alfred (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 

Pool Frank (c), bds Elm City Hotel 

Pool Henry C, city clerk, cor Broad and Craven, also 
foreman " Daily Democrat," r New or Neuse bet Middle 
and Craven 

Pool Jacob (c), wks J A Meadows, r New s Front bet Nor- 
wood and Jones 

Pool John (c), r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 

Pool Mack (c), r Queen bet Broad and Muddy 

Pope Lewis (c), r New s Front nr Jones 

Post Office, Ethelbert Hubbs, P M, Pollock bet Middle and 
Craven 

Potter Arthur H, salesman John Dunn, r Hancock bet Pol- 
lock and Broad 

Potter Eugene C, elk Old Dominion Steam Ship office, r 
Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 87 

Potter James W, r Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 

Powell Albert B, condr A & N C R R, r Graves bet King 
and Union 

PoM'ell Augustus (c), r Queen nr West 

Powell Noah (c), bar keeper, r Queen nr Broad 

Powers Isaac (c), fisherman, r Queen bet Broad and Pollock 

Powers Levin (c), r Queen bet Broad and Pollock 

Powers Monroe, tinner, r cor e Fi'ont and King 

Powers Thomas, bds Gaston House 

Powers Walter M, tinner B L Churchill, r cor e Front and 
King 

Prag Moses, dealer in dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, cloth- 
ing, etc, cor Pollock and Craven, bds s Front bet Craven 
and e Front 

Prevatt Susan, wid of John, r Pollock bet Hancock and 
Metcalf 

Price Melvin, oyster saloon and restaurant. Middle St Mar- 
ket, r Metcalf bet s Front and Pollock 

Primrose Mary, wid of Cicero, r New or Neuse bet Middle 
and Craven 

Primrose Sarah S, wid of Dr Robt S, r Craven bet Broad 
and Pollock 

Proflfit Joseph (c), r Atmore nr Griffith 

Pulley Carrie, wid of Robert, r George bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 



Q' 



UIDLEY EPHRAIM, packer The Newbern Manfg 
Co, r Metcalf bet Pollock and s Front 



RADCLIFF SAMUEL, saw mill, cor Pollock and e 
Front, r Broad bet e Front and Craven 

Radcliff Clarence, r Broad bet e Front and Craven 
Radford Thomas, cigar manfrCErdmann, r Queen bet Han- 
cock and Craven 
Raleigh Daniel (c), r cor Neuse rd and Fobb's Alley 
Ransom Robert, engineer Neuse and Trent River Improve- 
ment Office, Queen opp Craven, r same 
Randolph John (c), r Queen nr Metcalf 

4 



88 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Randolph John (c), r Alley nr cor Pine and George 

Randolph Randal (c), wks Geo Bishop 

Randolph Wm, r Alley nr cor Pine and George 

Randolph Wm (c), waiter Central Hotel 

Recard William (c), carpenter, r Queen nr New Market 

Redditt W J, wid of Wm H, r Queen bet Hancock and 

Craven 
Redin Capt, r nr cor Bern and Queen 
Redmond James, groceries, liquors andgenl merchandise, 

Middle opp Market House, bds Gaston House 
Redrick Solomon (c), r nr cor New s Front and Bryan 
Read Geo (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Pine 
Reed Csesar (c), r nr cor Bryan and New s Front 
Reid Watson (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Reilly Rev J J, pastor St Paul's Catholic Church, r Middle 

bet Johnston and New 
Reliance Fire Co (c), Hancock bet Broad and New or Neuse 
Respass Owen (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Rhem Joseph L, farmer, r cor Broad and George 
Rhodes Jesse, r Craven bet Broad and New or Neuse 
Rial Wm T (c), (Nelson & Rial) r cor Queen and Griffith 
Rice Thomas, wks Wooden Plate Factory, r Broad bet Queen 

and Muddy 
Richardson Alfred (c), farmer, r Norwood bet New s Front 

and Crooked 
Richardson Ezekiah (c), r Norwood bet New s Front and 

Crooked 
Richardson Edward A (c), elk post office, r cor Queen and 

Johnston 
Richardson Geo (c), ship carpenter, r Crooked bet Jones and 

Norwood 
Richardson Geo (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 
Richardson Isaac (c), r Queen bet Metcalf and Hancock 
Richardson James (c), r George bet Queen and New or Neuse 
Richardson John A, condr A & N C R R, r Pollock bet Met- 
calf and George 
Richardson Marcus C B, physician and U S pension sur- 
geon, Pollock bet Eden and Muddy, r same 
Richardson Miles (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 
.Richardson N Smith, genl job printing office. Pollock bet 
Middle and Craven, r same 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 89 

Richardson Robert A, printer N S Richardson, r Pollock bet 

Middle and Craven 
Richardson Samuel (c), farmer, r junction Johnston and 

Queen 
Register of Deeds Office, Joseph Nelson register, Craven bet 

s Front and Pollock 

Risbus Owen (c^i, r Randolph bet and George 

Rishton Henry, manager of The Newbern Manfg Co, r cor 

e Front and Pollock 
Rispus Chance (c), r Stanly nr Cedar 
Roan John (c), cook Gaston House, r Queen bet Hancock 

and Metcalf 
Roanes Lewis (c), eating saloon, Broad bet Fleet and Queen, 

r same 
Roath W D, bds s Front bet e Front and Craven 
Robbins Cicero R (c), shoe mkr J W Harrell, r Rragg's Alley 

bet Primrose and Queen 
Robbins Daniel (c), r West bet Queen and Elm 
Roberts Daniel L, (Roberts & Bro) r Hancock bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Roberts David M, sea captain, r s Front bet e Front and 

Craven 
Roberts Edward B, agt Old Dominion Steamship Co, r Pol- 
lock bet e Front and Craven 
Roberts Elizabeth McK, wid of Wm W, r cor New or Neuse 

and Middle 
Roberts Frederick C, atty at law, also Sec and Treas A & 

N C R R, r cor Pollock and Metcalf 
Roberts Geo H, (Roberts & Henderson) teller The National 

Bank of Newberne, r cor Metcalf and New or Neuse 
Roberts James, fisherman, r s Front bet George and Metcalf 
Roberts James R, apprentice A & N C R R Shops, r cor New 

or Neuse and Middle 
Roberts John M, messenger Southern Express Co 
Roberts Stephen (c), fish and oyster dealer. Middle St Market, 

r s Front bet Craven and e Front 
Roberts Stephen G, (Roberts & Bro) r s Front bet Craven 

and e Front 
Roberts Thomas, meat market, Middle St Market, r n of 

Queen nr Elm 
Roberts Wm F, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 



90 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Roberts & Bro, (Stephen G and Daniel L) grocery and genl 

merchandise, s Front 2 w Gaston House 
Roberts & Henderson, (Geo H Roberts and Geo Hender- 
son) genl ins agts, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Robinson Joseph J, way road master, r Pollock bet Muddy 

and George 
Robinson Thomas (c), blk smith G S Fisher 
Rodman Geo (c), wks Central Hotel 
Roe Edward, r Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Rogers Robert (c), wks D Congdon, r Cedar bet George and 

Bern 
Rouse Winsley (c), r nr cor New s Front and Bryan 
Rooks Benj (c), blksmith, r cor Neuse and Muddy 
Rooks Demsey (c), r cor Neuse and Muddy 
Rose Kirby, fisherman, r cor s Front and Eden 
Rose Robt, wks John Detrick, 
Rose Wallace, elk Rountree & Lorch, r cor s Front and 

Eden 
Rose Willis, fisherman, r s Front bet George and Eden 
Ross Thos (c), wks David Congdon 
Rountree Albert L, (R H Rountree & Co), r New York 

City 
Rountree Robert H, (R H Rountree & Co), r New York 

City 
Rountree R H & Co, (Robt H Rountree, Willis D Roun- 
tree and Albert L Rountree), bankers, s w cor s Front 
and Craven 
Rountree Wm F, (Rountree & Lorch), r cor Craven and 

Johnston 
Rountree Willie D, (R H Rountree & Co), r Norfolk, Va 
Rountree & Lorch, (Wm F Rountree and Ernest P Lorch), 

wholesale and retail grocers, foot of Middle 
Rowe Henry W, r New or Neuse bet Craven and e Front 
Royal John (D Bell & Co), bds Gaston House 
Rue John (c), r Jerkin's Alley bet Queen and Primrose 
Rue Wm (c), carpenter, r West nr Queen 
Rulock Solomon, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Russ Wilson, r Pollock bet Spring and German 
Runyon Thomas (c), r German bet New s Front and Pollock 
Ryals Titus (c), blacksmith, r cor Queen and Grifiith 



NEWBERX CITY DIRECTORY. 91 



SALTER JAMES T, sailor, r Craven bet New or Neuse 
and Broad 

Salter Piirm, elk Thos Williams, r s Front bet Hancock and 

Middle 
Salter William, grocer e Front bet King and Union, also 

groceries and general merchandise Middle opp Market 

House, r New or Neuse bet Metcalf and George 
Sanders Alex (c), butcher New Market, r Fobb's Alley ur 

Broad 
Sanders Thos (c), porter M Prag, bds Elm City Hotel 
Satchel Seph (c), r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 
Savage Margaret, wid of Andrew J, r Broad bet e Front and 

Craven 
Sawyer Chas (c), wks J A Meadows' mills, r Bern bet Queen 

and Cedar 
Sawyer John, wks E H Henderson, bds Henderson House 
Sawyer John (c), porter B M Gates, r s Front 
Sawyer Richard, tailor Hurtt & Gaskill, r Short 
Schissler John, cigar mkr C Erdmann, r Craven nr Broad 
Schwerin Bernard, (Schwerin & Co) dry goods, clothing, 

boots, shoes, etc, Middle below s Front, bds Gaston 

House 
Schwerin Joseph, (Schwerin & Co), dry goods, clothing, 

boots, shoes, etc, Middle bet Pollock and s Front, r 

Pollock cor Hancock 
Schwerin Max, elk J Schwerin, bds Central Hotel 
Schwerin & Co, (Joseph and Bernard Schwerin), dry goods, 

clothing, boots, shoes, etc, Middle bet Pollock and s 

Front 
Scott Ann R, wid of Oscar F, r New or Neuse bet Hancock 

and Middle 
Scott Eugene L, inventor of Scott's Linament, s Front bet 

Hancock and Middle, r Pollock bet Fleet and Muddy 
Scott Samuel (c), farmer, r cor Griffith and Atmore 
Scott Solomon H, groceries and liquors, Middle opp Mar- 
ket House, r Griffith bet Queen and Atmore 
Selby Adam (c), r Pollock nr w limits 
Selby James (c), porter Central Hotel, r same 
Seymore Augustus S, judge 2nd judicial dist, office s 

Front bet Middle and Craven, bds cor s Front and 

Metcalf 



92 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Shanonhouse Asbury (c), wks J A Meadows' mills 

Shaw Henry (c), bar room s Front bet Hancock and Middle, 

r Rouutree nr Broad 
Shaw Joseph W (c), bds Elm City Hotel 
Sheppard Enoch (c), barber, cor s Front and Hancock, r 

same 
Sheppard James (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Sheppard Miles (c), cabinet maker, s Front bet Hancock and 

Middle, r same 
Sheriff oflfice, Orlando Hubbs sheriff, Craven bet Broad and 

New or Neuse 
Sheppard Tony (c), seaman, r cor s Front and Hancock 
Sheppard William H (c), barber cor s Front and Hancock, 

r same 
Shinehouse Joshua, r nr cor Bern and Cypress 
Shinehouse Rasberry (c), r Elm nr West 
Shipp John T, light house keeper, r s Front bet Craven and 

e Front 
Shipp Solome, wid of Burton, r George bet s Front and 

"Pollock 
Shiver Riley (c), porter, r New bet Muddy and George 
Simmons Abram (c), grocer, cor Pollock and Jones, r same 
Simmons Allen (c), lab, r Queen bet Bern and George 
Simmons Benj (c), r Jones bet Pollock and New s Front 
Simmons David (c), r New s Front bet Jones and Norwood 
Simmons Diamond (c), r New or Neuse nr George 
Simmons Divers (c), r cor Elm and Fobb's Alley 
Simmons Ed (c), r n of Queen nr New Market 
Simmons F G, farmer, r Johnston bet Metcalf and Hancock 
Simmons F J, lieut U S R M, bds Central Hotel 
Simmons Furnifold M, atty at law and farmer. Middle 

bet Pollock and Broad, r Johnston bet Hancock and 

Metcalf 
Simmons Henry (c), drayman, r Pollock nr w limits 
Simmons Israel (c), carpenter. Broad bet Queen and Muddy, 

r same 
Simmons Jordan (c), r Stanly bet Bragg's Alley and Queen 
Simmons Matthew (c), r cor Moonshine Alley and Queen 
Simmons Prunes (c), r West nr Elm 
Simmons Toney (c), porter C H Blank, r Fobb's Alley 
Simmons Wm (c), porter U S Mace 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 93 

Simpson Frances, wid of Clifford, r George bet s Front and 
Pollock 

Simpson Geo (c), r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 

Simpson John A, contractor, builder and undertaker, Bioad 
bet Muddy and George, r same 

Simpler Owen G, fisherman, r cor New s Front and Spring 

Singer Mfg Co, E W Smallwood manager. Craven bet s 
Front jind Pollock 

Singleton Wm G, city tax collector. New or Neuse bet Mid- 
dle and Craven, r same 

Skinner Peter (c), r nr cor New s Front and Bryan 

Skinner W Howard (c), brickmason, r Queen bet Broad and 
Muddy 

Slade Andrew (c), wks Samuel Radcliff 

Slade Essex (c), r cor Queen and Pollock 

Slade Lawrence (c), shoe mkr, Broad bet Middle and Han- 
cock, r same 

Slade Quash W (c), shoe mkr. Queen nr Broad, r n of Queen 
nr New Market 

Slade Thos (c), porter C T Watson, Market Wharf 

Slay Anderson (c), lab, n of Queen nr New Market 

Slover Chas, r cor Union and e Front 

Slover Chas E, genl merchandise, family groceries a spe- 
cialty, s e cor Pollock and Craven, r cor e Front and 
Union 

Slover Geo, principal Newbern Military Institute, r cor 
Union and e Front 

Smallwood Edward F, physician, cor Craven and New or 
Nt^use, r same 

Smallwood E W, manager Singer Mfg Co, Craven bet s 
Front and Pollock, r cor Craven and New or Neuse 

Smallwood John W, elk J F Ives, r cor Craven and New or 
Neuse 

Smallwood March (c), waiter Central Hotel 

Smallwood Samuel W, with J J Wolfenden, r cor Craven 
and N(^w or Neuse 

Smaw Daniel G, practical tin and sheet iron worker. Pol- 
lock bet Middle and Craven, r Broad bet Craven and e 
Front 

Smith Augustus, engineer The Newbern Manfg Co 



94 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Smith E M, wid of Thomas M, r Broad bet Metcalf and Han- 
cock 

Smith Geo (c), wks David Congdon 

Smith Miss G, milliner Mrs S N Dewey, r Pollock nr 
Muddy 

Smith Miss Hattie, tailoress A Zang, r cor Cedar and West 

Smith Henry (c), porter E Whitman, r cor Metcalf and Pol- 
lock 

Smith James E, elk W Sultan & Co, bds Broad bet Middle 
and Craven 

Smith James (c), r End nr Broad - 

Smith John (c), r Atmore nr R R 

Smith John U, cotton dealer, bds s Front bet e Front and 
Craven 

Smith Joseph W, r Middle bet s Front and Pollock 

Smith London (c), wks A A Bryan 

Smith Martin (c), r Jerkins' Alley bet Primrose and Good 

Smith Mary J, wid of James, r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 

Smith M P, wid of Alford, r Union bet Craven and e Front 

Smith Reuben, r George bet s Front and Pollock 

Smith Rufus, shoe mkr J McSorley, r Pollock nr Muddy 

Smith Mrs S M, boarding house, Middle bet s Front and 
Pollock, r same 

Smith Wash (c), r Broad w of Queen 

Smith Wm, r Craven nr s Front 

Smith Wm (c), r nr cor Queen and Pollock 

Smith Wm (c), r Bragg's Alley nr Queen 

Southern Express Office, Geo Henderson agt, Craven bet 
Pollock and s Front 

Sparrott Jane E, wid of Samuel, r Pollock bet Fleet and 
Muddy 

Sparrow Chas (c), brickmason, r Randolph bet George and 
RR 

Sparrow Doctrin (c), drayman, r Aimore nr Griffith 

Sparrow James (c), brickmason, r Craven bet New or Neuse 
and Broad 

Sparrow Peter (c), r Bragg's Alle}^ bet Queen and Primrose 

Sparrow Virgil (c), grocer, s Front bet Hancock and Middle, 
r same 

Speight David (c), oyster dealer Middle St Market, r James- 
town 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 95 

Speight Pius (c), elk David Speight, r country 

Spelhnan Anthony (c), wks Newbern Foundry and Machine 

Works 
Spencer Gibbon (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
Spencer John (c), wks A R Dennison 

Sperling Henry, dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc, Mid- 
dle below s Front, r Hancock bet Pollock and s Front 
Spruell Aaron (c), r w end New s Front 
Spruoll Harris (c), wks J A Meadows' mill 
Spruell Miles (c), r nr cor Bryan and New s Front 
Spruell Monroe (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
Stalil Mary L, wid of George W, r Broad bet Middle and 

Craven 
Stamps Chas (c), r cor Griffith and Atmore 
Stamps John (c), r Tull bet Stanly and Atmore 
Stanly Clarence (c), carpenter Geo Allen & Co, r cor George 

and Randolph 
Stanley Ed (c), porter Geo Allen & Co 
Stanly Gregory (c), r Queen bet Pollock and Broad 
Stanly James B, compositor Daily Democrat, r Broad bet 

Queen and Muddy 
Stanly Judge (c), r Change bet Craven and e Front 
Stanley Lucinda, wid of Allen G, r Muddy bet Broad and 

Pollock 
Stanley L R, lapper hand The Newbern Manfg Co 
Stanly Mary, wid of Alfred, r Griffith bet Queen and At- 
more 
Stanly Shade (c), wks New Bern Foundry and Machine 

Works, r junction Queen and Johnston 
Stanly Mrs Susan F, Books and Stationery, Pollock bet Mid- 
dle and Hancock, r same 
Stanly Thos, dealer in grain, Market Wharf 
Stanly Wm (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 
Stanly Wright (c), r West n of Cedar 
Starkey Anaos W (c), wks J A Meadows' mills 
Starkey Edward (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Starkey Henr}'- (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 
Starke}^ Jerry (c), r Norwood bet New s Front and Crooked 
Starkey Northcutt, r junction Queen and Broad 
Staton John (c), r Bern nr Cedar 
Staton Lorenzo (c), r Bern nr Cedar 



96 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Staub Henry J, cabinet mkr, Johnston bet Middle and 

Hancock, r same 
Steebing Phillip, cabinet mkr, Hancock bet Johnston and 

Queen, r same 
Sterlin Nancy, wid of John, r cor e Front and King 
Sterling John (c), farmer, r George bet New or Neuse and 

Broad 
Stevenson Harry C, attorney at law, n e cor Craven and 

s Front, r Craven bet New^ or Neuse and Broad 
Stevenson Mark deW, (Green and Stevenson) r Pollock 

cor George 
Stevenson Mrs S C, wid of Geo S, r Craven bet New or Neuse 

and Broad 
Stilley Benj F, carpenter, r Hancock bet Johnston and 

Queen 
Stimson Daniel, saw mill, nr junction e Front and Queen, 

r e Front bet King and Union 
Stoves Benj (c), finisher F Boesser, r James City 
Stransbury Alex T, policeman, r New or Neuse bet Craven 

and e Front 
Stransbury Sabrina, wid of Michael L, r s Front bet Han- 
cock and Middle 
Street Samuel R, Propr Gaston House, r same 
Street Samuel R jr, (Watson & Street) bds Gaston House 
St3^ron David, pilot Steamer Neuse, r s Front bet Craven 

and e Front 
Styron Nathan (c), wks Daniel Stimson, r Pollock bet Mud- 
dy and Spring 
Styron Wm S, elks A L Follett and dealer in seed cotton, 

r Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 
Sultan Morris, elk Wm Cohen, r Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock 
Sultan Wm, (W Sultan & Co) bds Pollock bet Middle and 

Hancock 
Sultan Wm & Co, (Wm Sultan and Wm Cohen) dry goods, 

clothing, boots, shoes, etc., s w cor Middle and Pollock 
Summerell M W, meat market IMiddle St Market 
Sumrell McKinley W H, elk Dail Bros, r Craven bet Broad 

and Pollock 
Suter John, manfr and dealer in furniture and mat- 
tresses, Middle bet Pollock and s Front, r Metcalf bet s 

Front and Pollock 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 97 

Sutton Chas (c), wks A R Dennison, r Muddy bet Queen 

and Broad 
Sutton John G (c), carpenter, r Scott Alley bet Pollock and 

Broad 
Sutton Robt (c). lab, r s Front bet Eden and Muddy 
Suydam Rev James A, agt Craven Co N C Bible Society, r 

Hancock bet Pollock and Broad 
Suydam James A jr, r Hancock bet Pollock and George 
Swert B, meat market Middle St Market and cor Broad and 

Middle, r Broad bet George and Metcalf 
Swert Chas, elk B Swert, r cor George and Broad 
Swindle Chas (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mills 



TAYLOR C^SAR (c), r Gardner's Alley bet Bern and 
George 

Taylor Charles C (c), ship carpenter, r Pollock bet Muddy 
and George 

Taylor Chas (c), bar tender A Holton, r cor George and 
Gardner Alley 

Taylor Daniel (c), r Jones bet Pollock and New s Front 

Taylor Henry, carpenter, r cor Broad and Metcalf 

Taylor Jacob B, carpenter A & N C R R, r Griffith bet At- 
more and Queen 

Taylor James F, elk S H Scott, bds S H Scott 

Taylor John (c), wks Daniel Stimson 

Taylor Josejih (c), wks Daniel Stimson 

Taylor Julia, r e Front bet Pollock and Broad 

Taylor Miss Pheba, r Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Taylor Robt (c), waiter Gaston House, r George bet Queen 
and Cedar 

Taylor \Vm (c), porter B Schwerin, r cor Metcalf and Pol- 
lock 

Taylor Wm T, boatman, r Hancock bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 

The National Bank of New-Berne, John Huglies Prcs't, 
J A Guion Caishier, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 

The Newbernian, S M Cari)cnter editor and propr. Pol- 
lock bet Craven and Middle 

Thomas Benj F, printer N S Richardson, r cor s Front and 
George 



98 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Thomas Chas R, attorney at law, Craven bet s Front and 
Pollock, r e Front bet Union and Change 

Thomas Elizabeth, wid of Phillip, r George bet s Front and 
Pollock 

Thomas James, r s Front bet George and Metcalf 

Thomas John (c), butcher, r George bet New or Neuse and 
Broad 

Thomas John H, meat market Middle St Market 

Thomas John H (c), [Cadett & Thomas] 

Thomas John R, watchman A & N C R R shops, r cor Han- 
cock and New or Neuse 

Thomas PhilijD, cigar mkr C Erdmann, r George 

Thompson James, watchman Saml Radcliff, r e Front bet 
Pollock and Broad 

Thompson James, meat market, Hancock bet Johnston and 
Queen, r same 

Thompson James L, meat market. Broad bet Middle and 
Hancock, r Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 

Thompson Jerry (c), wks E Ellis, r New s Front nr Spring 

Thompson Richard (c), r Bern bet Queen and Cedar 

Thompson Wm, butcher J Thompson, r Hancock bet John- 
ston and Queen 

Tilghman Joseph, wood dealer, r Broad bet Craven and e 
Front 

Tilling Wm, cigar mkr C Erdmann, r cor Broad and Queen 

Tillman Brister (c), r Hancock bet Pollock and s s Front 

Tinker Geo E, elk and dejjt revenue collector, r e Front bet 
King and Union 

Tisdale Geo F, watch maker and jeweler Mrs M Whaley, 
r Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Tisdale Sarah, wid of Wm, r Pollock bet Middle and Han- 
cock 

Tolson John J, (J J Tolson & Co) r cor Craven and Change 

Tolson J J & Co, (John J Tolson and Lycurgus H Cutler) 
groceries provisions, dry goods, boots, shoes, etc. Broad 
bet Middle and Hancock 

Tooker Chas, r rear Gaston House 

Tooker Haywood, r rear Gaston House 

Tooker Henry, spinner The Newbern Manfg Co 

Tooker John, r rear Gaston House 

Tosto Joseph, seaman, r Craven nr s Front 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 99 

Trenwith Patrick, carriage and buggy manfr, Middle bet 

Pollock and s Front, r George bet s Front and Pollock 

Tucker Clias (c), wks Daniel Stimson, r Queen bet Graves 

and e Front 
Tucker Edward (c), constable, r Muddy bet Broad and Pol- 
lock 
Tucker Eugene, grocer, cor Broad and Fleet, r same 
Tucker Mary B, wid of B Franklin, r cor Broad and Fleet 
Tucker Richard (c), r Metcalf bet Broad and Pollock 
Turner John (c), r i3ern bet Cedar and Pine 
Turner Nathan (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Turner Walter S H, r Broad bet Middle and Craven 
Turney Andrew (c), r cor Primrose and Jerkins' Alley 

ULRICH FERDINAND, groceries, provisions, ropes, 
twines, and genl merchandise. Middle opp Market, 

r Middle bet New or Neuse and Broad 
Ulrich Otto, cigar mkr C Erdmann, bds Central Hotel 
Ulrich Rudolph, elk Ferdinand Ulrich, r Middle bet New 

or Neuse and Broad 
TJ S Custom House, Port of Newbern, Dist of Pamlico, 
Thos A Henry collector, Craven bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 



VASS REV LACHLAN C, pastor 1st Presb}i;erian 
Church, r Johnston bet Hancock and Middle 

Voliva Joseph P, carpenter, r Broad bet Craven and e Front 



WADE ANTHONY D, fish dealer, bds Farmer's 
Home 

Wade Jennett, wid of Luther, r Queen bet Hancock and 

Craven 
Wadsworth Dona (c), r Bern nr Cedar 
Wads worth Geo L, elk Gates, Foy & Co, r Hancock bet s 

Front and Pollock 
Wagner Joseph, r George bet s Front and Pollock 



100 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wail Frank (c), boatman, r Queen bet New or Neuse and 

Johnston 
"Wain Moses (c), r n of Elm nr West 

Walker Gracie A (c), tailoress A Zang, r George opp Grif- 
fith 
Walker Hardy (c), wks A R Dennison 

Walker James W, tobacco manfr, r cor Craven and Union 
Walker John, (Walker & Williams), r Middle bet Pollock 

and s Front 
Walker & Williams, (John Walker and Joseph V Wil- 
liams), groceries, dry goods and genl merchandise, Mid- 
dle bet Pollock and s Front 
Wallace Anson, r e Front bet Pollock and s Front 
Wallace Jerry (c), wks Plate Factory, r Rountree nr Broad 
Wallace John, carpenter, Metcalf bet s Front and Pollock, r 

same 
Wallace Wm D, elk Dail Bros 

Walston Ellis (c), fish and oyster dealer, Middle St Market 
Ward Alfred (c), r Stanly bet Griffith and TuU 
Ward Armstead (c), r w end Crooked 
Ward Geo W, policeman, r cor Pollock and Muddy 
Ward Daniel (c), r Berne bet Cedar and Queen 
AVard Henry (c), r n of Queen nr Elm 
Ward Peter (c), farmer, r Griffith nr R R 
Ward Robt (c), r Fobb's Alley nr Neuse rd 
Warden John H, junk dealer s Front bet Middle and 

Craven, bds Central Hotel 
Wardsworth Dennis, r Broad w of Queen 
Warters Wm R, machinist A & N C R R Shops, r New or 

Neuse bet Middle and Craven 
Washington Geo (c), wks Wooden Plate Factory 
Washington Daniel (c), boatman, r Crooked bet Jones and 

Norwood 
Washington Henry (c), waiter Gaston House, r same 
Waters Isaac (c), shoemaker, s Front bet Hancock and Mid- 
dle, r n of Qaeen nr New or Neuse 
Waters Shad (c), r Rountree nr Elm 
Watkins Walter (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Watson Chas D, r Pollock bet Spring and German 
Watson John B, groceries, provisions, etc. Broad bet Middle 
and Hancock, r New or Neuse bet Middle and Craven 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 101 

Watson Joseph, r New or Neuse bet Middle and Craven 
Watson Reuben F, elk James Redmond, r Broad bet George 

and Muddy 
Watson C Tlioraas, (Watson & Daniels), r Metcalf bet John- 
ston and New or Neuse 
Watson Wm M, (Watson & Street), r New or Neuse bet 

Middle and Craven 
Watson & Daniels, (C T Watson and Thos Daniels), ice, Mid- 
dle St Market 
Watson & Street, (Wm M Watson and Samuel R Street 
jr), bonded auctioneers, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Wayne Andrew (c), wks A R Dennisoti 
Webber Henry (c), ship carpenter, r s Front bet Hancock 

and Metcalt" 
AVeeks Daniel (c), r cor New s Front and Bern 
AVeeks Henry (c), r George nr Pine 

Weinstein Levi, dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc. Mid- 
dle bet Pollock and s Front, r Craven bet Pollock and 
Broad 
Weinstein Wm, r Craven bet Pollock and Broad 
Wells Henry (c), r Pollock bet Fleet and Muddy 
Wells Tony (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
West Abrara (c), r Queen bet Broad and Muddy 
West Bryant (c), r Broad w of Queen 

West Geo A (c), butcher New Market, r Broad w of Queen 
West James (c), eating saloon, cor Hancock and Queen 
West James (c), carpenter E M Pavie, r Atraore nr Griffith 
West Nathan (c), r Gardner's Alley bet George and Berne 
Western Union Telegraph Office, Geo Henderson man- 
ager, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Weston Louis (c), wks Plate Factory, r cor Queen and Pol- 
lock 
Wetherington Alex (c), wks D Stimson, r Griffin Square 
Wetherington Joseph (c), wks David Congdon 
Wetherington Suthey (cj, farmer, r cor George and Prim- 
rose 
Wewe Jacob, shoe mkr. Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf, r 

same 
Whaley James G, jeweler, r Craven bet Broad and New or 

Neuse 
Whaley Mrs Mary, watches, clocks and jewelry, Craven 
bet Pollock and s Front, r same 



102 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Whibbee Ambrose (c), r cor Bern and Cypress 

Whibbee Stephen (c), r cor Bern and Cypress 

Wliidby Alfred (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 

Whidby Geo (c), r n of Elm nr West 

White Benj (c), porter Wm L Palmer, r Broad nr Queen 

White Elihu A, revenue collector 2d district, office Craven 

bet Pollock and s Front, r cor Johnston and Middle 
White Geo H (c), lawyer, office cor Hancock and Queen, r 

cor Primrose and Jerkins' Alley 
White Henry (c), lab, r cor Queen and Moonshine Alley 
White James (c), r w end New s Front 
White Luke (c), r Gardner's Alley bet George and Bern 
White Stepney (c), bricklayer, r Muddy bets Front and Pol- 

lork 

Whitehurst Henry C, lawyer, Craven bets Front and Pol- 
lock, r cor Queen and Graves 

Whitehurst Richard F, elk R N Duffy, r cor Queen and 
Graves 

Whiierby Demus (c), r Pollock nr w limits 

Whitfield Baltimore (c), lab, r cor Queen and Moonshine 
Alley 

Whitfield Chas (c), carpenter E M Pavie, r Bern bet Cedar 
and Pine 

Whitfield Daniel (c), r Nevi^ s Front bet Jones and Norwood 

Whitfield James (c), r New s Front bet Jones and Norwood 

Whitfield Miss Penelope, r Central Hotel 

Whitford Albert (c), r cor Atmore and Griffith 

Whitford Clark, r Craven bet Union and Change 

Whitford John D, Pres A & N C R R Co, r Craven bet Union 
and Change 

Whitford Mary J, wid of Hardy S, r Craven bet Union and 
Change 

Whitford Nelson, genl merchandise, Middle bet Pollock and 
s Front, also propr American House, r same 

Whitford Reid, asst engineer Neuse and Trent River Im- 
provements, r Craven bet Union and Change 

Whitford Wm, atty at law, s Front opp Gaston House, r 
Craven bet Union and Change 

Whitley Merritt (c), carpenter, r Muddy bet Broad and 
Queen 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 103 

Whitman Edward, saloon and liquor dealer, Middle bet 

Pollock and s Front, r same 
Whitraore Chas, seaman, r New or Neuse bet Craven and e 

Front 
Whitney Adam (c), r cor New s Front and Jones 
Whitney Chas (c), blacksmith, r German nr New s Front 
Whitney Francis (c), r Queen bet George and Bern 
Whitney Harry (c), fish and oyster dealer Middle St Market, 

r cor New s Front and Jones 
Wicks Prudence, wid of Alex, r cor New s Front and Spring 
Wiggins Cicero (c), wks Daniel Stimson 
Wiggins Gordan (c), carpenter, r Pollock bet Fleet and 

Muddy 
Wiggins John (c), lab D Stimson, r s Front bet Eden and 

Muddy 
Wiggins Joseph (c), boatman, r Pollock bet Moonshine Alley 

and Fleet 
Wiggins Phillip (c), lab, r Spring nr New s Front 
Wiggins Wm (c), head waiter Central Hotel 
Wilborn Thomas A, tinner L H Cutler, r cor New or Neuse 

and Metcalf 
Willett Wm, r New s Front nr Spring 
Williams Allen (c), wks Plate Factory, r Metcalf bet Broad 

and Pollock 
Williams Alonzo (c), r Queen bet Bern and George 
AVilliams Amos (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 
Williams Benj (c), r e end of Union 
Williams Caesar (c), r Queen bet Bern and George 
Williams Chas (c), r Pine bet Bern and West 
Williams Charles (c), r George bet New or Neuse and Broad 
Williams David H (c), station hand A & N C R R Co, r 

Good nr George 
Williams E, wid of Edmund, r Broad bet Hancock and Met- 
calf 
Williams Geo (c), carpenter, r cor Crooked and Norwood 
Williams Geoffrey (c), grocer, cor Queen and Bern 
Williams Hardy, wks A W Edwards 
Williams Jesper (c), r Cypress nr Bern 
Williams John (c), r Rountree nr Queen 
Williams John, r German bet New s Front and Pollock 
Williams John (c), r w end Pollock 

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104 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Williams John (c), r George nr Pine 

Williams Joseph V, (Walker & Williams) r Metcalf bet Pot- 
lock and s Front 
Williams Lewis (c), r Primrose nr R R 
Williams Moses (e), r Cedar bet George and Bern 
Williams Paul (c), r George bet Queen and Cedar 
Williams Richard P, farmer, r s Front bet Craven and e 

Front 
Williams Robt (c), r Griffith bet Queen and Stanly 
Williams Samuel (c), r New s Front bet Norwood and Jones 
Williams Sharper (c), farmer, r w end Broad 
Williams Susan C, wid of Andrew C, r cor Craven and 

Union 
Williams Thos, general merchandise, s Front bet Middle 

and Craven, r s Front bet Craven and e Front 
Williams Thos (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mill, r cor Randolph 

and Jerkin's Alley 
Williams Wm H, r Broad bet Hancock and Metcalf 
Willis David S, (D S Willis & Co), r Johnston bet Middle 

and Ciaven 
Willis D S & Co, (David S Willis), groceries and provis- 
ions, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 
W^illis Elizabeth, wid of Joseph, r Queen nr West 
Willis Elizabeth W (c), seamstress, s Front bet Hancock and 

Middle, r same 
Willis Fareby, wid of Thomas C, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Willis Frank (c), tinner L H Cutler, r Randolph nr R R 
Willis Geo (c), r e Front bet Queen and King 
Willis Moses (c), r Good bet George and Jerkin's Alley 
Willis James W, carpenter Geo Bishop, r e Front bet Pol- 
lock and Broad 
Willis John B (c), dept clerk Craven county, r e Front nr 

Queen 
Willis Joseph, r s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Willis Joseph K, (Willis & Gates), r e Front bet Pollock 

and s Front 
Willis Junius (c), drayman, r s Front bet Hancock and 

Middle 
Willis Phillip A, machinist A & N C R R Shops, r Griffith 
bet Queen and Atmore 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 105 



Willis Rebecca, wid of Thomas C, r e Front bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Willis Samuel W, farmer, r Metcalf bet s Front and Pollock 
Willis Simon (c), r Queen bet Graves and e Front 
Willis Wm C, marble cutter G W Claypoole, r e Front bet 

Pollock and s Front 
Willis & Gates, (Joseph K Willis and Thomas Gates), 
groceries and general merchandise, also sash, blinds, 

and doors, Middle below s Front 
Wilson David (c), grocer, Jones nr Pollock, r same 
Wilson Thomas, r Eden bet s Front and Pollock 
Wilson Thomas (c), r West bet Queen and Cedar 
Wilson Thomas (c), r Stanly bet Griffith and TuU 
Winburn Virgil (c), cleaner and dyer, r Gardner's Alley 

bet George and Bern 
Windley Bros, (Ernest H Windley), wholesale liquors, 

cigars and tobacco, s e cor Middle and s Front 
Windley Ernest H, (Windley Bros), r e Front below Change 
Windley Samuel, elk, bds Gaston House 
Windsor Oliver (c), r Metcalf bet Pollock and s Front 
Wingate Henry (c), wks A R Dennison 
Winfield Harry (c), r Norwood bet Crooked and New s 

Front 
Winsey Thomas P (c), r Stanly bet Bragg's Alley and Queen 
Wolf John, baker S Bangert, r cor Middle and Broad 
Wolfenden Joseph J, flour, feed and grain dealer, s w 

cor Middle and s Front, r Craven bet Pollock and 

Broad 
Womble Geo W, r Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Womble Sallie A, wid of John W, r Craven bet Pollock and 

s Front 
Wood Alpheus W, elk J A Meadows, r s Front bet Hancock 

and Middle 
Wood Elizabeth; wid of John, r Eden bet s Front and Pol- 
lock 
Wood Fred (c), wks D Stimson, r Queen nr e Front 
Wood John (c), wks Elijah Ellis' mills 
Wood Lemuel S, bkpr Geo Allen & Co, r Eden bet s Front 

and Pollock 
Wood Perry (c), r cor Gardner's Alley and Bern 
Wood Riley, fisherman, r Spring bet s Front and Pollock 



106 NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Woods Cooper (c), r w of Bern bet Pine and Cedar 
Woods Hardy (c), bds s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Woods James (c), r Court nr R R 
Woods John, fisherman, r Pollock opp Jones 
Woods William (c), r George bet Queen and New or Neuse 
Woodas Edmund (c), r Cedar bet Bern and George 
Wooden Plate Factory, S H Gray propr, e end Hancock 
Wooten Wm S, elk Geo Allen & Co, bds Gaston House 
Wright Ellen D, wid of Chas, r Queen nr West 
Wright Mrs Lemora, tailoress Hurt & Gaskill, r s Front 
Wright Lewis (c), waiter Gaston House, r same 
Wright Norris (c), r Scott Alley bet Pollock and Broad 
Wynn Thomas (c), r Neuse rd nr Queen 



YORK AMOS (c), wks David Congdon, r Bern bet Queen 
and Cedar 

York Matthew, wks Samuel Radcliff, r cor George and Cedar 

York James (c), r Cedar bet George and Bern 

York John T (c), r Bern bet Cedar and Queen 

York Joseph (c), wks Samuel Radcliff 

Young Isaac (c), fisherman, r cor s Front and Metcalf 

Young John, r cor e Front and Pollock 

Young John B, supt Wooden Plate Factory, r e Front bet 

Pollock and s Front 
Young Randolph, elk Hackburn Bros, bds cor Broad and 

Fleet 



ZANG ADAM, merchant tailor, Middle bet Broad and 
Pollock, r Broad bet Middle and Craven 



NEWBERN 



Business Directory 



A Complete Index to the Entire Business of Newbern, 
Alphabetically Arranged. 



Attorneys-at-Law. 

Bryan Henry R, Craven bet Pollock and Broad 
Clark & Clark, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Clarke Wm J & Son, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Green & Stevenson, n e cor Craven and s Front 
Hubbard A G, Middle bet Pollock and Broad 
Hughes John, 1 w Gaston House 
Long John H, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Manly M E & Son, Craven bet Pollock and Broad 
Moore L J, s Front opp Gaston House 
Roberts FC, A&NCRR Office 
Simmons F M, Middle bet Pollock and Broad 
Stevenson H C, n e cor Craven and s Front 
Thomas C R, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
White George H, cor Hancock and Queen 
Whitehurst H C, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Whitford Wm, s Front opp Gaston House 

Auction and Commission. 

Watson & Street, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Bakeries and Confectioneries. 

(See also Confectioneries.) 

Bangert S, cor Middle and Broad 

Maler Fred W, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 



108 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Banks and Bankers. 

(For full information see Appendix.) 

Rountree R H & Co, s w cor s Front and Craven 
The National Bank of New-Berne, John Hughes Prest, J 
Guion Cashier, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 

Barbers. 

Banton J M, Gaston House 
Brown J B, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Green Robert R, s Front bet Craven and Middle 
Moore John E, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Sheppard Enoch, cor s Front and Hancock 
Sheppard Wm H, cor s Front and Hancock 

Billiards. 

Detrick John, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Lane F B, Gaston House 

Norman J F, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Blacksmith and Horseshoers. 

Fisher Geo S, Broad bet Muddy and George 
Jackson Allen (c), cor Moonshine Alley and Queen 
Jackson E W, cor Broad and Hancock 
Jackson S, rear Gaston House 
Nelson & Rial, Craven below s Front 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Berry R, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Hall H L, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Stanley Mrs S F, Pollock bet Middle and Hancock 

Boots, Shoes and Hats. 

'(See also General Merchandise.) 

Agostine S L, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 



NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTOUY. 109 

Baker A M, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Cohen W, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Hahn A & M, cor Middle and s Front 
Hanff A M, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Ives J F, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Jones Asa, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Marks 0, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Patterson W E, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Prag Moses, cor Pollock and Craven 
Schwerin B, Middle below s P'ront 
Schwerin J, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Schwerin & Co, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Sperling H, Middle below s Front 
Sulton W & Co, s w cor Middle and Pollock 
Weinstein L, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Bryan A A, s Front bet Middle and Hancock 
Burgess J H, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 
Harrell J W, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Havens E, 3 e Gaston House 

Jones Edward D, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
McSorle}' J, Pollock bet Middle and Hancock 
O'Carroll T 0, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Oden A G, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Slade L, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 
Slade Q W, Queen nr Broad 

Lucas Geo D D, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 
Waters Isaac, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Wewe Jacob, Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf 

Cabinet Makers. 

Sheppard M, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Staub H J, Johnston bet Hancock and Middle 
Steebing P, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 

Candy Manufacturers. 

Dunn John, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Hamilton J W, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 



110 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carpenters. 

(See also Contractors and Builders.) 

Howard James J, s Front bet e Front and Craven 
McGee, Nelson & Co, cor s Front and Metcalf 
Wallace John, Metcalf bet s Front and Pollock 

Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers. 

Cook Samuel & Bro, Pollock opp Eden 
Trenwitli P, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Erdmann C, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Cigars and Tobacco. 

Henry D P, post office 

Palmer J S, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 

Palmer W L, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Clothiers. 

(See also General Merchandise.) 

Cohen W, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Hghn A & M, cor Middle and s Front 
Jones Asa, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Moore J W, Middle ur Market 
Prag M, cor Pollock and Craven 
Schwerin B, Middle below s Front 
Schwerin J, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Schwerin & Co, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Sperling H, Middle below s Front 
Sultan W H & Co, s w cor Middle and Pollock 
Weinstein L, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Brown Lem, s Front nr Middle 



NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Ill 

Ellis Elijah, junction e Front and s Front 
Jones, Green & Powell, Depot Wharf 
Jones Peter, s Front nr Middle 

Confectioneries, Fruits, &c. 

Dunn John, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Contractors and Builders. 

Boyle James, junction Queen and Broad 
Lane John B, cor Metcalf and Johnston 
Pavie E M, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 
Simpson J A, Broad bet George and Bern 

Cotton Buyers and Commission Merchants. 

Britt J P, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Dail Bros, cor Craven and s Front 

Gray S H, foot of Craven 

Myer Frank, Craven nr s Front 

Rountree R H & Co, cor s Front and Craven 

Cotton Factory. 

Newbern Manfg Co, Thos A Green Pres, Geo Allen Sec'y 
and Treas, e Front bet s Front and Pollock 

Cotton Gins. 

Dennison A R, cor s Front and Hancock 
Howard T S, s Front bet e Front and Craven 

Dentists. 

Clark J D, Craven bet Pollock and Broad 
Hubbard E R, Gaston House 

Druggists. 

Berry R, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Duffy F S, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 



112 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Duff}^ R N, cor Pollock and Middle, also Middle opp Market 

Fulford F J, cor Broad and Fleet 

Goodwin J, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 

Hancock Bros, s w cor Pollock and Craven 

Jordan J V, n w cor Pollock and Craven 

Mace U S, Market Wharf 

Meadows E H & Co, s e cor Middle and Pollock 

Dry Goods. 

(See also General Merchandise.) 

Agostine S L, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Baker A M, Pollock 1 door w National Bank 
Cohen W, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Hahn A & M, cor Middle and s Front 
Hauif A M, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Ives J F, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Jones Asa, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Marks 0, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Patterson W E, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Prag M, cor Pollock and Craven 
Schwerin B, Middle below s Front 
Schwerin J, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Schwerin & Co, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Sperling H, Middle below s Front 
Sultan W & Co, s w cor Middle and Pollock 
Weinstein L, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Express Company. 

Southern Express Office, George Henderson agt, Craven bet 
Pollock and s Front 

Flouring Mills. 

Bishop Geo, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 
Dennison Ami R, cor s Front and Hancock 
Meadows John A, junction e Front and s Front 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Cuthbert E G, s Front bet Craven and e Front 



NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 113 

Edwards A W, Spring opp s Front 

Manwell & Crabtree, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 

Furniture and Upholsters. 

Boesser F, cor Middle and Broad 
Boesser F jr, s Front 1 e Gaston House 
Suter John, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

General Merchandise. 

Baxter Joseph W, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Blank C H, Middle opp Market House 

Clark J F, Middle opp Market 

Gates, Foy & Co, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Hackburn Bros, junction Broad and Queen 

Hughes H J, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

Jones K R, u w cor Middle and s Front 

Jones W F, Middle opp Market 

Miller Alex, 61 and 63 Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

Redmond J, Middle opp Market House 

Roberts & Bro, s Front 2 w Gaston House 

Salter "Wm, Middle opp Market House 

Tolson J J & Co, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

Ulrich F, Middle opp Market 

Walker & Williams, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Williams Tlios, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Willis J K, Middle below s Front 

Grain and Feed. 

Meadows John A, junction e Front and s Front 

Stanly Thos, Market Wharf 

Wolfenden J J, s w cor Middle and s Front 

Groceries and Provisions. 

(See also General Merchandise.) 

Berry Edward, cor Johnston and Hancock 
Boyle James, junction Queen and Broad 
Brown John, cor Queen and Hancock 



114 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Colligan Wm jr, cor Queen and Bern 

Dail Bros, cor s Front and Craven 

Daniels J W & Co, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 

Dixon Wm, cor Pollock and Eden 

Dunn Wm T, e Front bet Pollock and s Front 

Green T A, Middle opp Market House (marble sign) 

Hamilton J W, cor Pollock and George 

Harrison J C, Broad bet Queen and Fleet 

Hilton Samuel A, Pollock bet Hancock and Metcalf 

Hollister Wm, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Kellum James, Pollock bet Moonshine Alley and Fleet 

Lorch W, Broad bet Fleet and Bern or Muddy 

Merrick & Gardner, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 

Mumford J, Middle below s Front 

Murdock W C, cor Elm and West 

Oliver Wm H, Market Wharf 

Patterson W E, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 

Rountree & Lorch, foot of Middle 

Salter Wm, e Front bet King and Union 

Scott S H, Middle opp Market 

Slover C E, s e cor Pollock and Craven 

Tucker E, cor Broad and Fleet 

Ulrich F, Middle opp Market 

Watson J B, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

Whitford Nelson, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Willis D S & Co, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Groceries — Wholesale. 

Colligan Wm sr, cor Norwood and Pollock 

Dail Bros, cor s Front and Craven 

Green T A, Middle opp Market House (marble sign) 

Guion Geo B, s Front bet Craven and Middle 

McCarthy T F, junction Queen and Pollock 

Rountree & Lorch, foot of Middle St 

Ulrich F, Middle opp Market 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

Hall J T & Bro, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Greer John, Market Wharf 



NEWBERN CITY DIRECTORY. 115 



Hardware, etc. 

Allen Geo & Co, 22 and 24 Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Churchill B L, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Cutler L H, Middle bet S Front and Pollock 
Draney Peter M, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Gates B M, Middle opp Market House 
Oliver Wm H, Market Wharf 

Harness and Saddles. 

Allen Geo & Co, 22 and 24 Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Draney Peter M, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Phillips W S, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Hatters. 

Dunlap's Hats, R Berry agt. Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Luchini C, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Hides, Furs, etc. 

Kilburn D N, Middle St Market 
Warden J H, s Front nr Middle 

Hotels. 

American House, Whitford Nelson propr, Middle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 

Central Hotel, W E Patterson propr, Middle bet Pollock and 
s Front 

Elm City Hotel, Geo Mitchell propr, cor Hancock and Queen 

Gaston House, S R Street propr, s Front bet Middle and 
Craven 

Henderson House, E H Henderson propr, Middle bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 

Ice Dealers. 

Watson & Daniels, Middle St Market 



116 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Insurance Agents. 

Brinson W G, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Latham T J, s w cor Craven and s Front 
Long John H, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Roberts & Henderson, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 
Watson & Street, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Insurance Companies — Fire. 

Commercial Union of London, J S Long agt, s Front opp 
Gaston House 

Fire Association of Phila, J S Long agt, s Front opp Gaston 
House 

Georgia Llome of Columbus, Ga, Roberts & Henderson agts, 
Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Hartford Fire of Hartford, Roberts & Henderson agts, Cra- 
ven bet Pollock and s Front 

Home of N Y, Roberts & Henderson agts. Craven bet Pol- 
lock and s Front 

Insurance Co of North America, of Philadelphia, Roberts & 
Henderson agts. Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Liveipool and London and Globe, W G Brinson agt, s Front 
bet Middle and Craven 

Lancaster, W G Brinson agt, s Front bet Middle and Craven 

Lynchburg, W G Brinson agt, s Front bet Middle and Cra- 
ven 

North British and Mercantile, W G Brinson agt, s Front bet 
Middle and Craven 

North Carolina Home of Raleigh, Roberts & Henderson agts, 
Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Old North State of North Carolina, J S Long agt, s Front 
opp Gaston House 

Petersburg Savings and InsuranceCoof Petersburg, Roberts 
& Henderson agts, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Queen of Liverpool, Roberts & Henderson agts. Craven bet 
Pollock and s Front 

Virginia Fire and Marine of Richmond, Roberts & Hender- 
son agts, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Virginia Home of Richmond, Roberts & Henderson agts, 
Craven bet Pollock and s Front 



NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 117 

Watertown of Watertown N Y, Watson & Street agts, s Front 
bet Middle and Craven 

Westchester, W G Brinson agt, s Front bet Middle and Cra- 
ven 

Insurance Companies— Life. 

Connecticut Mutual Life, T J Latham agt, s w cor [Craven 

and s Front 
Mobile Accidental of Mobile Ala, Watson & Street agts, s 

Front bet Middle and Craven 
Penn Mutual of Phila, Roberts & Henderson agts. Craven 

bet Pollock and s Front 

Junk Dealers. 

Draney P M, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 
Kilburn D N, Middle St Market 
Warden J H, s Front nr Middle 

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. 

Hahn A & M, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Marble Works. 

Claypoole G W, cor Broad and Craven 

Meat Markets. 

Appleby James, New Market 

Boon John A, New Market 

Bryce John H, New Market 

Cradle Frank, Middle St Market 

Hassell Durand, Middle St Market 

Johnson Richard M, Middle St Market 

Jordan Henry, New Market 

Koonce & Green, New Market 

McCotter H, Middle St Market 

Moore Harman, New Market 

Nelson Chas E, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

Roberts Thos, Middle St Market 

Sanders Alex, New Market 



118 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Summerell M W, Middle St Market 

Swert B, Middle St Market, also cor Middle and Broad 

Thomas H, Middle St Market 

Thompson J, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 

Thompson J L, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

West George A, New Market 

Whidby Ambrose, Middle St Market 

Merchant Tailors. 

Hurtt & Gaskill, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Jones Asa, Pollock bet Craven and Middle 
Zang A, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Dewey Mrs S N, Pollock bet Middle and Hancock 
Fulford Miss Bettie, Middle bet Pollock and Broad 
Lane Miss H, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 

Newspapers. 

The Daily Nut Shell, George E Pittman editor and propr, 

Craven bet Broad and Pollock 
The Newbern Daily Democrat, George A Latham editor and 

propr. Craven bet Broad and Pollock 
The Newbernian, S M Carpenter editor and propr, Pollock 

bet Middle and Craven 

Oysters, Fish and Game. 

Agostine F M, Market Wharf 
Bell D & Co, Market Wharf 
Brown Henry, Middle St Market 
Chadwick Frank, Middle St Market 
Chase James, Middle St Market 
Daniels Thos, foot Middle 
Hill Joseph, Middle St Market 
Holloway Alfred, Middle St Market 
Ives Geo N, Market Wharf 
Jackson Edward, Middle St Market 
Lane Benj B, Market Wharf 



NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 121 

Nelson A W, Market Wharf 
Roberts Stephen, Middle St Market 
Walston Ellis, Middle St Market 
Watson C T, Market Wliarf 
Whitney Harry, Middle St Market 
Williams John, Middle St Market 

Photographers. 

Gerock Edward, Craven bet s Front and Pollock 

Physicians. 

Bates H G, s Front 3 doors w Gaston House 
Dnffey C & F, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Hughes Isaac & Son, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Long J F, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Richardson M C B, Pollock bet Eden and Muddy 
Smallwood Edward F, cor Craven and New or Neuse 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 

Green J C, at Gas Works 

Printers. 

(Book and Job.) 

Richardson N S, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 
Real Estate Agents. 

Brinson W G, s Front bet Middle and Craven 
Hill E G, junction Queen and Broad 
Pavie E M, Broad bet Middle and Hancock 

Restaurants. 

Davis W Z & J W, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Detrick John, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 
Norman J F, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

6 



122 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Saloon and Liquor Dealers. 

Colligan Wm J, cor Queen and Bern 

CoUigan Wm sr, cor Norwood and Pollock 

Davis W Z & J W, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 

Detrick John, Middle bet Broad and Pollock 

Flanner W B, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Follett A L, Market Wharf 

Holton A H, Middle opp ice house 

Jones K R, n w cor Middle and s Front 

Jones W F, Middle opp Market - 

Lane F B, Gaston House 

Lane Hardy B, Craven nr s Front 

McCarthy T F, junction Queen and Pollock 

Murdoch W C, cor West and Elm 

Norman J F, Middle bet Pollock and Broad 

Redmond J, Middle opp Market House 

Scott S H, Middle opp Market 

Whitman E, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 

Sash., Doors and Blinds. 

Bishop Geo, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 
Cutler H L, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Rountree & Lorch, foot Middle 
Willis & Gates, Middle below s Front 

Saw Mills. 

Congdon David, e Front n of Queen 
Ellis Elijah, junction e Front and s Front 
Radcliflf Samuel, cor e Front and Pollock 
Stimson Daniel, nr junction e Front and Queen 

Sewing Machines. 

Duffy H B, Agent Goodrich Singer, Pollock bet Middle and 
Craven 

New Home, W T Jones agent, Pollock bet Craven and Mid- 
dle 



NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 123 

Singer Mfg Co, E W Smallwood manager, Craven bet s 

Front and Pollock 
Victor Sewing Machine, R Berry agent, Middle bet Pollock 

and s Front 

Steam Boiler Works. 

Cuthbert E G, s Front bet Craven and e Front 
Edwards A \V, Spring bet New s Front and s Front 
Manwell & Crabtree, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Steamship Lines. 

Clyde, S H Gray agent, s end Craven 

Old Dominion Steamship Co, E B Roberts agent, foot of 
Craven 

Stoves, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. 

Churchill B L, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Cutler L H, Middle bet s Front and Pollock 
Draney P M, s Front bet Middle and Hancock 
Follman C, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 
Gates B M, Middle opp Market House 
Smaw D G, Pollock bet Middle and Craven 

Tailors and Repairers. 

Hawley J H, 2 e Gaston House 

Holley Mustipher P, s Front bet Hancock and Middle 

Telegraph Company. 

Western Union Telegraph office, Geo Henderson manager, 
Craven bet s Front and Pollock 

Turpentine Distilleries. 

Dennison A R, cor s Front and Hancock 
Ellis Elijah, e Front bet Pollock and Broad 



124 NEWBERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Undertakers. 

Bishop George, Hancock bet Johnston and Queen 
Simpson J A, Broad bet George and Bern 
Tucker R, Pollock bet George and Metcalf 
Whitley M, Bern bet New or Neuse and Broad 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Bell B A, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Eaton S K, Middle bet Pollock and s Front 
Whaley Mrs M, Craven bet Pollock and s Front 

Wholesale Liquors. 

Windley Bros, s e cor Middle and s Front. 
Wooden Plate Factory. 
Wooden Plate Factory, S H Gray propr, e end Hancock 

NEWBERN 

MiLiTMi mmm 

GEO. SLOVER, A.M., M.D., Principal, 
NE^VBERN, N^. C. 

J. S. LONG^, 

If 



AND 

FIRE INSURANCE AGENT, 

South Front street, opposite Gaston House, 

jvjewbebjv, jv. a 



APPENDIX. 



CITY GOVERNMENT OF NEWBERN. 



M E MANLY, Mayor 

City Marshal — John M Hargett 
Clerk— H C Pool 
Treasurer — Thos S Howard 
Tax Collector — W G Singleton 

BOARD OF COMMON COUNCIL. 

First Ward — Thos A Green and Thos S Howard 
Second Ward — Wm F Rountree and R D Hancock 
Third Ward — Thos Daniels and Alex Miller 
Fourth Ward — Joseph Mumford 
Fifth Ward— Quash W Slade 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Finance — W F Rountree, T A Green and Alex Miller 
Sanitar}' — W F Rountree, Thos Daniels and Jos Muinford 
Streets and Pumps — T S Howard, R D Hancock and Q W 

Slade 
Police — T A Green, Thos Daniels and Jos Mumford 
Wharves and Docks — T A Green, Alex Miller and W F 

Rountree 
Ordinances and Licenses — R D Hancock, Thos Howard and 

Alex Miller 
Cemeteries — Alex Miller, Thos Howard and Q W Slade 
Fire Department — Thos Daniels, R D Hancock and Q W 

Slade 



126 APPENDIX. 



CRAVEN COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk of Superior Court and Probate Judge — E W Car- 
penter 

Deputy Clerk Superior Court — John B Willis 

Sheriff — Orlando Hubbs 

Deputy Sheriffs — W H Johnson and G S Smith 

Treasurer — T J Latham 

Coroner — Dr H G Bates 

Register of Deeds — Joseph Nelson, who is ex officio Clerk of 
County Commissioners 

County Commissioners — Joseph A Bryan chairman, Jas W 
Biddle, William G Brinson, S W Latham and T H 
Mallison 

The County Commissioners meet the first Monday in each 
month 

The Superior Court will be held the twelfth Monday after 
the first Monday in September and March 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Township No. 1. 

JuBtices— R S Chapman, W H Ellison and Chas B Stubbs 
Contable— B F Dinkins 

No. 2. 

Justices — Gilbert Arthur, Jas A Ernul and S W Latham 
Constable — Brice Rowe 

No. 3. 

Justices — Jas W Biddle and C S Wetlierington 
Constable — None 



APPENDIX. 127 



No. 4. 

This Township was given to Pamlico county when it was 
formed 

No. 5. 

Justices — Edward A Car ra way, C M Edwards and Geo H 

Grover 
Constable — George C Dixon 

No. G. 

Justices — Edward Bull, Jas H Hunter and Thos H Malli- 
son 
Constable — None — failed to give bond 

No. 7. 

Justices — Wm Foy and H Perry 
Constable — Henry Spruel 

No. 8. 

Justices — Alex Bass, Wra G Brinson, Jas A Brvan, James 
Campbell, E R Dudley, Wm Hay,, Edwin G^Hill, Tlioa 
Stanly, Edward S Street, and Enoch Wardsworlh 

Contable— E E Tucker 

No. 9. 

Justices — Cicero Green 
Constable — Johnson H Brvan 



Townships and Voting Precincts in Craven county. 

No 1 — Swift Creek Bridge 
No 2— E Fulcher's House 
No 3 — None established 



128 APPENDIX. 



No 4— None established 
No 5 — Temple's and Adams' Creek 
No 6 — Lee's Farm 
No 7 — James City and Conners 

No 8 — Outside Corporate Limits, County Jail and Pleasant 
Grove 

First Ward— W G Brinson's Store 

Second Ward— City Clerk's Office 

Third Ward— N M Gaskill's Tailor Shop 

Fourth Ward — Bynutn's Store 

Fifth Ward— E G Hill's Office 
No 9 — Russell's, Wiggins' and Core Creek 

GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

T J JARVrS, of Pitt, Governor, salary $3,500 

J L Robinson, of Macon, Lieutenant Governor and Speaker 

of the Senate 
G L Dudley, of New Hanover, private secretary to the Gov- 
ernor, salary $500 and fees 
W L Saunders, of Wake, Secretary of State, salary $2,000 
Ed B Engelhard, of New Hanover, chief clerk, salary $1,000 
John M Worth, of Randolph, Treasurer, salarv $3,000 
Donald W Bain of Wake, Chief Clerk, salary $1,500 
Thomas C Worth of Randolph, Teller, salary $740 
Samuel L Love of Haywood, Auditor, salary $1,500 
Andrew J Partin of Wake, Chief Clerk, salary $1,000 
John C Scarborough of Johnston, Superintendent of Public 

Instruction, salary $1,500 
Johnston Jones of Burke, Adjutant General, salary $300 
Thomas S Kenan of Wilson, Attorney General, salary $2,000 
W C Kerr of Wake, State Geologist, salary $2,000. Paid by 

Agricultural Department 
Sherwood Haywood of Wake, Librarian, salary $400 
J McL Turner of Rowan, Keeper of Capitol, salary $750 

governor's council. 

The Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor and Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction 



APPENDIX. 129 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, 
Treasurer, Auditor, Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion and Attorney General 

SUPREME COURT. 

William N H Smith of Wake, Chief Justice; Thos S Ashe 
of Anson, and John H Dillard of Guilford, Associate 
Justices; salaries of Chief Justice and Associate Jus- 
tices $2,500 

Thos S Kenan of Wilson, Atty Genl and Rep ; salary §2,000 

W H Bagley of Wake, Clerk ; salary §300 and fees " 

R H Bradley of Wake, Marshal 

The Supreme Court meets in Raleigh on the first Monday 
in January and June 

JUDGES AND SOLICITORS. 

Judges — 1st Judicial District, Mills L Euro; 2d, Augustus 
S Seymour; 3d, Allmnnd A McKoy ; 4th, Ralph P 
Ruxton ; oth, John A Gilmer; 6th, David Schenck ; 7th, 
Jesse F Graves; 8th, Alplionso C Avery ; Oth, James C 
L Gudger 

Solicitors — 1st District, Cyrus W Grand}'^ ; 2d, John H Col- 
lins; 3rd, Swift Galloway ; 4th, John D Mclver ; oth, 
Fred X Strudwick ; 6th, William J Montgomery; 7th, 
Joseph Dobson ; 8th, Joseph S Adams; 9th, Garland S 
Furguson 

SUPERIOR COURTS OF NORTH CAROLINA — 1880 

First Judicial District — Currituck, March 1st, Sept 6th ; 
Camden, March 8th, Sept 13th ; Pasquotank, ^larch 15th, 
Sept 20th ; Perquimans, March 22d, Sejjt 27th ; Chowan, 
March 29th, Get 4th; Gates April 5th, Oct 11th ; Hert- 
ford, April 12th, Oct 18th ; Washington, April 19th, 
Oct 25th ; Tyrrell, April 2Gth, Nov 1st; Dare, May 3rd, 
Nov 8th; Hvde, Mav lOtli, Nov 15th; Pamlico, May 
17th, Nov 22d ; Beaufort, Mav 24th, Nov 29tli ; Martin, 
May 31st, Dec 6th 

Second Judicial District — Wake, Jany 5th, Feb Oth, June 



130 APPENDIX. 



28th, Auir 9th : Warren, March 1st, Sept 6th ; Halifax, 
March loth, Sept 20th ; Northampton, March 22d,Sept 
27th ; Edgecombe, April 12th, Oct 18th ; Bertie, April 
26th, Nov 1st ; Craven, May 24th, Nov 29th 

Third Judicial District— Nash, Feb 23d, Aug 30th ; Wilson, 
March 8th, Sept 13th ; Pitt, March loth. Sept 20th ; 
Green, March 29th, Oct 4th; Wayne, ApriTSth, Oct 
11th; Lenoir, April 19th, Oct 25th ; Jones, April 26th, 
Nov 1st ; Carteret, May 3d, Nov 8th ; Onslow, May 10th, 
Nov 15th ; Duplin, May 17th, Nov 22d ; Sampson, May 
24th, Nov 26th ; New Hanover, May 31st, Dec 6th ; 
Pender, June 14th, Dec 20th 

Fourth Judicial District — Moore, Feb 24th, Aug 2d; Harnett, 
Feb 16th, Aug 16th ; Cumberland, March 1st, Aug 30th, 
Bladen, Mar 27th, Sept 29th ; Columbus, April 5th, Oct 
4th ; Brunswick, April 19th, Oct 18th ; JohiAston, April 
26th, Oct 2oth ; Robeson, March 10th, Nov 8th ; Anson, 
May 24th, Nov 29th ; Richmond, June 7tli, Dec 13th 

Fifth Judicial District — Alamance, Feb 16th, Aug 23d ; 
Randolph, Feb 23d, Aug 30th ; Guilford, March 1st, 
Sept 6th; Chatham, March 8th, Sept 13th; Orange, 
March 29th, Oct 4th ; Granville, April 12th, Oct 18th ; 
Franklin, April 26th, Nov 1st; Person, May 10th, Nov 
15th; Caswell, May 17th, Nov 22d ; Rockingham, Mav 
24th, Nov 29th 

Sixth Judicial District— Mecklenburg, Feb 23d, Aug 30th; 
Cabarrus, March 15th, Sept 20th ; Stanly, March 22nd, 
Sept 27th ; Montgomery, March 29th, Oct 4th ; Union, 
April 5th, Oct 11th; Lincoln, April 19th, Oct 25th; 
Gaston, April 26th, Nov 1st; Cleaveland, May 3rd, 
Nov 8th; Rutherford, May 10th, Nov 15th ; Polk, May 
17th, Nov 22d 

Seventh Judicial District— Davidson, March 1st, Sept 6th; 
Davie, March 15th, Sept 20th ; Yadkin, March 22d,Sept 
27th; Wilkes, March 29tli, Oct 4th; Alleghany, April 
12th, Oct 18th; Surry, April 19th, Oct 25th; Stokes, 
May 3rd, Nov 8th ; Forsyth, May 10th, Nov'ber 15th ; 
Rowan, May 24th, Nov 29th 

Eighth Judicial District— Catawba, Feb 23rd, Aug 30th ; 
Burke, March 8th, Sept 13th; McDowell, March 22d, 
Sept 27th; Yancey, April 5th, Oct 11th; Mitchell, April 



APPENDIX. 131 



19th, Oct 25tli ; Watancra, May 3(1, Nov 8th ; Ashe, May 
17th, Nov 22a; Caldwell, May 24th, Nov 29th; Alex- 
ander, May 31st, Dec ()th ; Iredell, June 7th, Dec 13th 
Ninth Judicial District — Buncombe, Marcli 8th, Aup^ 9th ; 
Madison, March 29th, Aug SOtli; Henderson, April otii, 
Sept 6th; Transylvania, April 12th, Sept 13th; Hay- 
wood, April 19th, Sept 20tli; Jackson, April 2Gth, Sept 
27th ; Macon, May 3rd, Oct 4th ; Clay, May 10th, Oct 
11th ; Graham, May 24th, Oct 25th; Swain, May 31st, 
Nov 1st 

UNITED STATES COURTS. 

The stated terms of the United States Circuit District Courts 
are as follows: 

United States District Court — Eastern District of North Car- 
olina, held in Raleigh on the first Monda}' in June and 
last Monday in November 

H L Bond, Circuit Court Judge, residence Baltimore, Md 

Geo W Brooks, District Court Judge, Eastern District of N 
C, residence Elizabetii City. 

John W Albertson, District Attorney, office Raleigh 

Joshua B Hill, U S Marshal, office Raleigh 

N J Riddick, Circuit Court Clerk, office Raleigh 

Eastern District Courts — Elizabeth City, tiiird Monday in 
April and October, W J Griffin, Clerk ; Newborn, fourth 
Monday in April and October, Geoge E Tinker, Clerk; 
Wilmington, first Monday after the fourth Monday in 
April and October, Wm Larkins, Clerk 

US Circuit Court, Western District — H L Bond,U S Circuit 
Court Judge; Robt P Dick, U S District Judge ; Robt 
M Douglas, U S Marshal ; Greensboro, first l\Ionday in 
April and October, John W Payne, Clerk ; Statesville, 
third Monday in April and October, H C Cowles, Clerk; 
Asheville, first Monday after the fourth Monday in 
April and October. J E Reid, Clerk ; V S Lusk, U S 
District Attorney, W S Ball, Asst District Attorney 

Circuit and District Courts in the Western District are held 
at the same time 



132 APPENDIX. 



The North Carolina Institution for the Deaf, Dumb 
and the Blind. 

Officers — Hezekiah A Gudj^er, Principal ; L E Heartt, Treas- 
urer; Everard Hall, Steward 

Board of Directors — R S Tucker, President, Thos D Hogg, 
Chas D Heartt, John R Williams, J J Litchford, L D 
Stephenson, Jas M Betts 

North 'Carolina Insane Asylum. 

Situated in the vicinity of Raleigh; will accommodate 220 
patients 

Officers — Dr Eugene Grissom, Superintendent; Dr F T 
Fuller, Assistant Physician ; J H Moore, Steward ; Mrs 
Mary A Lawrence, Matron ; P M Wilson, Clerk of the 
Board of Directors; James S West, Engineer 

Board of Directors — Dr E Burke Haywood of Wake, Presi- 
dent, Julius Lewis of Wake, J S Amis of Granville, J 
G Burr of New Hanover, C Dowd of Mecklenburg, J T 
Leach of Johnston, Alex M McPheeters of Wake, S G 
Ward of Warren, B Craven of Randolph. Time of 
annual meeting of the Board, first Wednesday in No- 
vember in each year. 

State Penitentiary. 

Board of Directors — E R Stamps, Thos H Briggs of Wake, 
Geo W Thompson of Chatham, Geo S Cole of Moore, C 
G Yates of Guilford 

Officers — W J Hick, Architect ; J S Marsh, Deputy Warden ; 
D C Murray, Steward ; Dr Jas W McGee, Physician 

State Agricultural Society. 

Annual exhibition and meeting of Society in October, at 

Raleigh 
President— Thos M Holt of Orange 
Permanent Vice Presidents — Hon Kemp P Battle, Orange ; 

Capt J S Dancey, Edgecombe; Hon R H Smith, 

Halifax 



APPENDIX. 133 



Treasurer — P A Wiley, Raleigh 

Secretary — C B Denson, Chatham ; office Raleigh 

State Board of Agriculture. 

Thomas J Jarvis, Governor, ex officio Chairman ; Col T M 
Holt, ex officio President State Agricultural Society; 
Col Wm M Cheek, ex officio Master of State Grange 
Patrons of Husbandry ; Kemp P Battle, LL D, ex officio 
President of State University ; Prof \V C Kerr, ex officio 
State Geologist; Capt Jas R Thigpen, Edgecombe, and 
Maj Jonathan Evans, of Cumberland 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

Masonic. 

New Bern, No. 245 — Meels the tbird Wednesday in every 

month : Thos A Henry, W M, E Hubbs, Sec 
St Johns No 3— Thos Daniels, W M, Geo E Pittman, Sec 
Newbern Chapter No 46 — Meets second Monday night in 
each month ; C C Clark, H P, L W Hancock, Sec 

COLORED. 

King Solomon No 1 — Meets first and third Tuesday nights 
in each month ; H G Simmons, W M, Geo H White, S 
AV, Henderson Merritt, J W, Israel Harris Sr, Sec, E Ha- 
vens, Treas 

Zaradatha Lodge No 20, F & A A York Masons— Meets the 
second and fourth Tuesday nights in each month — 
Israel Harris jr, W M, Cicero R Robbins, S W, Cicero 
C Foy, J W, Sam'l Jackson, Treas, Jno B Willis, Sec 

Morning Star Lodge No 22 — !Meets every second and fourth 
Monday night in each month — J E Hussev, W M, Silas 
Neal, S W, Sam'l Chadvvick, J W, Otts Boyd, Treas, E 
Tucker, Sec 

Odd-Fellows. 

Eureka No 7 — Meets every Monday night; H G Bates, N 



134 APPENDIX. 



G; Moses Patterson, V G; S K Eaton, R S; Max 
Schwerin, Treas ; GL Wadsworth, P S 
Calraut Encampment No 4 — Meets first and third Wednes- 
day nights in each month; Moses Patterson, CP; S 
N Dewey, H P; H C Bates, S; L C Vass, S W ; S K 
Eaton, J W ; Max Schwerin, Treas; G L Wadsworth, 
FS 

COLORED. 

Newbern Golden Link No 1634, G U of F— Meets first 
and third Monday nights in each month; Sam'l Black- 
ledge, N G; M P Holly, PNG; G H Willis, N F; W 
H Burton, PNG; WW Lewis, Sec; J B Willis, Treas 

Knights of Honor. 

Newbern Lodge No 443 — Meets second and fourth Friday 
nights in each month ; J W Moore, Dictator; Charles 
Blank, V D ; L W Wood, Asst D ; W G Brinson, Chap- 
lain ; W B Boyd, Reporter; J VV Walker, F R; F 
Boesser, Treas; J H Bell, S P D; S K Eaton, G; John 
Suter, S ; S N Dewey, I G ; H G Bates, Medical Exam- 
iner; W G Brinson, Rep to Supreme Lodge 

Royal Arcanum. 

Trent Council No 411 — Meets first and third Friday nights 
in each month; G E Tinker, P R ; Alex Miller, R ; K 
R Jones, V R; H G Bates, Orator; W G Brinson, Sec ; 
J W Walker, Collector ; J H Bell, Treas; W M Watson, 
Chaplain ; J W Moore, G ; W F Rountree, Sentinel ; W 
G Brinson, D D S R 

Knights of Pythias. 

Athenia Lodge No 8 — Meets second and fourth Tuesday 
nights in each month ; J L H Missillier, C C ; R Mills, 
V C; Max Schwerin, P C; T A Green, P; H C Pool, 
K R S; B Schwerin, M F; E M Pavie, M E; J W 
Moore, M A ; Jas Redmond, I G; S R Ball, G 



APPENDIX. 135 



Endowment Rank K. of P. 

Section No 170 — Meets every third Tuesday ni^lit in each 
month ; E M Pavie, P ; T A Green, V P ; J L H Mis- 
sillier, C; R Mills, S & T ; R H Hilton, G 

Churches. 

Baptist, Rev F W Eason, ])astor; services 11 A M and 7 P 

M; Sunday school 3 P M; prayer meeting Thursday 

evening 
Christ Church, (Episcopal), Rev C H Hale, pastor; services 

11 A M and 7:30 P M ; Sunday school 4PM 
First Presbyterian, Rev L C Vass, pastor; services 11 A M 

and 5 P M; Sunday school 9 AM; prayer meeting- 
Thursday evening 
M E Church (South), Rev JR Brooks, pastor ; services 11 A 

M and 7:30 P M; Sunday School 3:30 P M; prayer 

meeting Thursday evening 
St Paul's (Catholic), Rev J J Reilley, Priest; Mass 11 A M, 

Sunday scliool 3:45 P M; Benedictions 4:30 P M; 

daily Mass 7:30 A M Tiie Priest will be absent on the 

4th Sunday of each month 

COLORED. 

Bethel A M E Church, Rev A H Newton, pastor; services 

11 A Mand 7PM; prayer meeting Friday evening 
Christian Church, Rev B Young, pastor; services 11 A M 

and 7 PM; Sunday school 1:30 P M; prayer meeting 

Wednesda}' evening 
Cedar Grove Church (Ba|)tist), Rev Lewis Moye, pastor; 

services 11 A M; prayer meeting Thursday night 
Clinton Chapel, Rev Mattocks, pastor; services 11AM and 

7:30 P M ; prayer meeting Friday night 
Mt Zion (Baptist), Rev John Johnson, pastor ; services 11 

A M and 7PM 
Second Presbyserian, Rev A A Scott, pastor, services 11 A 

M and 7 P M ; prayer meeting Thursday night 



136 APPENDIX. 



St Cyprian's Church, Rev J C Atkinson, pastor; services 10 

A M and 7PM 
Zion's A M E Church, Rev J Moore, pastor ; services 3 P 

M ; Sunday school 10 A M ; prayer meeting Wednesday 

night 

Good Templars. 

Athens Lodge I O G T — Meets every Tuesdav night ; B M 
Gates, WCT; Mrs M E Edwards, W V T; John C 
Green. W R S; A Zang, W F S; C F Harget, Treas ; 
W G Hall, W C; J K Willis, W M; Miss Mary Tatem, 
W I G; Thomas O'Carroll, W G; S R Ball] John S 
Long and J C Green, Trustees 

COLORED. 

Star of the South Lodge, No 1— M P Holly, W C; Laura J 
Bryan, Secy; Isreal Harris sr, Treas; W W Lewis, 
Lodge Deputy ; Rev Wm J Moore, G W C T, State at 
large 

Board of Trade. 

T A Green, Pres ; C E Foy, Vice Pres ; C H Blank, Sec and 
Treas ; Directors— C 'H Blank, C E Foy, T A Green, 
Geo B Guion and F Ulrich Meet every morning at 10 
o'clock, also first Wednesday in each month 

Independent Order of Good Samaritans (Colored). 

Rising Sun Lodge, No 3 — Meets every Thursday night ; Al- 
len Williams, W C; Thos Robbins, V C ; J H Thomas, 
W R C ; Judge P Stanly, W P C ; Sam'l Blackledge, 
Treas ; E T Jones, jr, Sec'y 

Unity Lodge, No 18 — Meets first and third Tuesday nights 
in each month ; M W Chapman, C ; J B Brown, R S ; 
Merritt Whitley, Treas 



APPENDIX. 137 



Order of the Eastern Star. 

Queen Esther Chapter, No 7— Meets iho third \\'i'(h)us(l;iy 
in each month — A G Oden, W P ; Lucy Tucker, W M , 
C'elia Randolph, Associate W M ; Elizabeth James, Con- 
ductress ; C R Robbins, Sec'y ;' Dicy Odt'u, Treas 

Banks. 

The National Bank of New Berne— Capital '*il(»U,OOU ; sur- 
plus ^14,852.44 ; Jno Hughes, Pres ; Geo Allen, V-Pres ; 
J A (iuion. Cashier. Directors — Jno Hughes, George 
Allen, E H Windley, L H Cutler and Washington 
Ryan 

H H Rountree c\i:.Co. Banking House; Thomas J Latham, 
Cashier 

Elm City Athletic Club. 

iMeets first Tuesday night in each month — James W Moore, 
Pres; R D Hancock, V-Pres; Wm Sailer, Sec'y and 
Treas 

Military. 

Field Of!icers,lst Reg't N C S G— Col R D Hancock of Ncw- 
bern ; LieutCol J W Cotton of Tarboro ; Major 11 I' 
Jones of Hillsboro ; Adjutant N B Agostine of Neu- 
bern 

Xewbern Guards — Co B, Captain F M Agostine; 1st Lieut 
Green Br} an; 2d Lieut Joseph Hackburn ; Jun 2d 
Lieut Geo Oliver ; Sec'y J R B Carraway ; Treas Jos 
Hackburn 

Ehn City Riflemen — Co C, Capt F \\' Hancock; 1st Lieut 
S R Street jr ; 2d Lieut J W Morris ; Sec'v and Treas 
L S Wood 

Newbern Military Institute — Capt Geo Slover ; 1st Lieut 
W B Ellis : 2d Lieut James Tiiomas 

COLORED. 

N R C — Co B, Capt C R Robbins ; 1st Lieut W \\' Lawrence; 
2d Lieut E Edwards ; Jun 2d Lieut Edward Harris 

7 



138 APPENDIX. 

Newbern Guards — Co C, Capt W R Gardner; 1st Lieut II 
H James ; 2d Lieut T P Windsor ; Juii 2d Lieut Owen 
Bryan 

Fire Department. 

E M Pavie, Cliief En^rineer; J L M iMissillier, Sec'y an<l 
Treas 

Newbern Sleam Fire Co, Xo 1 — Tfios Daniels, Foreman; J 
W Moore, Ass't foreman; 8K Eaton, Sec'y ; Jos^pli 
Schwerin, Treas 

Atlantic Steam Fire Co, No 1 — A W Woods, Foreman ; C 
K Hancock, Ass't Foreman ; B M Gates, Sec'y 

Mechanics Hook and Ladder Fire Co — James iJoyle. Fore- 
man 

COLOR KD. 

Reliance Engine Fire Co, No 1 — Wm Jones, Foreman ; Wm 
H Jones, Ass't Foreman; W W Lawrence jr, Sec'v; 
Merrit Whitley, Treas 

Rough and Ready Hook and Ladder Fire Co — J W Willis, 
Foreman ; Thos Harris, Ass't Foreman 

State Board of Medical Examiners. 

Meets yearly at the same time and place witii the tttate Med- 
ical Society. Dr PEHines, President, Raleigh ; Dr H 
T Bahnson,Sec'y, Salem ; Dr T D Haigh, Fayetteville; 
Dr R I Hicks, Granville county; Dr Joseph Graham, 
Charlotte; Dr Thos F Wood, 'Wilmington ; Dr G L 
Kirby, Goldsboro 

Schools. 

'J'he Newbern Academy, Prof M Fetter, A M, Principal ; R 
B Henderson, A B, Assistant; Mrs E C Gaskins, Lady 
Assistant; Trustees— M E Manly, C C Clark, A T Jer- 
kins, Wm Hav, W H Oliver, J A Guion, J B Hughes, 
J Fulford, F C Roberts, J D Whitford, Wm Hollister, 
F J Jones, N S Richardson, P Hollister, E F Small- 
wood, H C Whitehurst, H R Bryan, C Slover, W (i 
Brinson, A G Hubbard, T J Latham 



APPENDIX. 



18{» 



Newbern Mintary Instiluto— Geo JSlover, A M, ^^ D ; uum- 

ber of cadets 38, averajije attendance 2<) 
♦School No 1 — Miss Anna Chaduick, teacher 
School No 2 — Mrs Susan Stanly, teacher 
S^'hool No 3— ^riss Jkttie Oliver, teacher 

COLOKKD. 

School No 1 — Geo W While, Principal ; Miss Kate Patto- 

pher, Asst 
School No 2 — Alex Bass, Princii)al ; Miss Magj^ie Godley, 

Assistant 
School No 3 — Miss Tucker, teacher 
Public School Committee of the City of Newbern — J S 

Loud, chairman, E H Meadows and Geo Fisher 



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iiiid twenty-five Rooms. 
Tei'uis : $l.oO i>er day- Mieals -K) coutis. 



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Tliis well known anil ooniuiodious house is situated in the business 
part of the city and justly 

"CALLED THE CEXTRAE." 

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Practice in the Courts of Craven, -Jones, Carteret and 
Onslow Counties, and the Supreme Court and the Federal 
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aAZP::TTEER 



OF 



CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C 



Beincj an Alphabetical List of the Villages and Post Ojfia'K 

included therein, and the names of many of the 

Principcd Business Men and Farmers. 



Cobton. 

Hiddle John, farmer 
Biddle J W. farmer 
F>iddle Mrs M E, farmer 
Broadway Wm, mechanic 
Brown E G, farmer 
liro.vn W D, farmer 
Oarr M H, farmer 
Carr & Lane, merchants 
( 'obb R G, physician 
Gaskins T E, farmer 
Gordon A, farmer 
Lane Alfred, farmer 
Lane I B, farmer 
Lane J W, farmer 
Hhem F G, farmer 
Russell R A, farmer 
Sauls J J, farmer 
.Spier L H, post master 
'Spier & Manning, merchants 
Taylor Geo, farmer 
White E J, farmer 
White J W, farmer 



White Wm, farmer 
Wooten J Cjr, farmer 
Wooten J B, farmer 

Croatan. 

Dilliard John, farmer 
Dilliard J II, farmer, merch't, 

R R Ao-t and P M 
Mallison T H, fiirmer 
Pittman J 1), farmer 
Thorpe J P, farmer 
Tolson Vine A, farmer 
Williams R B, farmer 
Wynn W S, fartner 

Dover. 

Brock John I, farmer and mer- 
chant 

Brock R M, farmer 

Carmack Geo, farmer 

Carmack J 1), farmer 

Dail Yancy, farmer and nw- 
chanic 



142 



GAZETTEER. 



Domiorsoii A J, fanner 

r)ou)J:lierty Win, tanner 

Grace Geo T. farmer and 
tradesman 

Griffin Geo, fanner 

Griffin J H, school teacher 

Griffin Jolm, farmer 

Griffin W B, fanner 

Hawkins Asa, farmer 

Hawkins Fred, farmer 

Hawkins Henderson, farmer 

Hawkins Miles, farmer 

Hill E H, fanner and 
minister 

Huniplirev Jos, farmer 

Keimedy J W, farmer 

Kinsey A B, farmer and mer- 
chant 

Korne<;ay J E, merchant 

Lind-ey Thos, farmer 

Outlaw F P, farmer and V M 

Parker J no B, farmer 

Rhem J W, farmer 

Rhem Wm, farmer 

Richard.-on Geo A, fanner 

Rouse Tiios, far'm-r 

West G W, farmer 

Welherington (,' L, farniei- 

White E<1, farmer 

White Fred, farmer 

White J H, farmer 

White Reuben, farmer 

White Win, farmer 

Maple Cypress. 

Adams W H, farmer 
Bell Amos, farmer 
Brewer Chas, farmer 
Butler W (\ blacksmith 
Dawson J T. mercliant.farm 
er and postmaster 



Dickson J H, fanner 
Edwards Mrs M, farmer 
Gardner J B, merchaiit and 

farmer 
Gaskins John, farmer 
Heart Josepli, farmer 
Kirk man Augustus, farmer 
Kirk man Armelia. farmer 
Kirkmaii C'lalvin, merchant 

and farmer 
Kirkman .Jno E, farmer 
Kirkman La Fayette, farmer 
Loflin Donald, farmer 
Murphy .J L, farmer 
Nelson R, farmer 
Smith Noah, farmer 
Tripp David, farmer 
Tripp David jr, farmer 

Riverdale. 

Alexander Solomon, farmer 
Allen Solomon, farmer 
Atkinson Henry, fanner 
Austin John, farmer 
Bell Wm, fanner 
Blaek John, lai-tner 
Brai;' Walter, farmer 
Bryan Silas, farmer 
Col man Harry, farmer 
Connor Geo, fanrer 
P^'isher Abram, farmer 
Fisher Chns, Airmer 
Fisher John, farmer 
Griffin Alex, farmer 
lladi.-ter Aaron, farmer 
Hard: son Gabriel, farmer 
Heath Alfred, farmer 
Hill Abram, farmer 
Hill Ctesar sr, farmer 
Hill Edward, farnier 
Hill Sp:Mn-er, farnu-r 



gazp:tteer. 



143 



Hooker Isaac, fanner 
Hunter James, fanner 
•lackson Xoe, fanner 
Latham Henry, farmer 
Latliam William, farmer 
Mallett C E, merehant and 

fartner 
Massa John, farmer 
Mitchell Alfred, farmer 
Mitchell Mortunum, farmer 
Nelson Joe, farmer 
Nelson Spencer, farmer 
Pelham Henr}', farmer 
Simpson Clilford, farmer 
Smith John, farmer 
Thorpe John T, farmer 
'Poodle Scipio, farmer 
Williams John, farmer 
Williams Matthew, farmer 
Williams I'obt, farmer 
Woods Geo, farmer 



Skinnei- W K, school teacher 
Smith B I, physician 
Smith 1) W, physician and 

farmer 
Whaley I (J, jeweller and 

silver smith 
White E F, farmer 
Williams W F,hotel and farm'r 
Willis Jno r, merchiinL 
Winfield I L, minister and 

farmei' 

Woodbridge. 

Arms Philip J, farmer 
Atkinson Allen, mechanic 
Barrows Eli, farmer 
Beatts Isaac, farmer 
Berry John, farmer 
Berry Geo, farmer 
Best Daniel, farmer 
Brinkley Jos, farmer 
Bryan Amos, farmer 
Bryan Geo W, farmer 
Bryan Jas A, (r Newbern) 

steam lumber and ^rist 

mills 



Swift Creek Bridge. 

Bryan Macon, merchant 
Buck Thos, farmer and bug- 
gy maker 

(Jherry Chas T, st'm saw mill Bull Edward, minister 
Cherry E A, merchant Canada Allen, farmer 

(■leave Wm sr, merchant, Canada Morris, farmer 
steam cotton gin and Canada Squiers, farmer 
grist mill Chestnut A J, farmer 

('oble Wm M, merchant Cooper John, farmer 

Dinkin Bros, water mill andCopper Willis G, farmer 

farmers Cox Green, blacksmith 

Dudley Geo L, farmer Cully Adam, mechanic 

Ellison AV H, post master Ebron Wm, farmer 



Jackson John A, farmer 
Jackson Noah, farmer 
Jackson Wm J, farmer 



Ellis Wm H, minister and 

school teacher 
Fisher Michael N, farmer 



Lancaster G F, st'm saw mill George Squires, farmer 
Lancaster Lucy, farmer Godwin Joseph, farmer 



14i ' GAZETTEER. 



IIollai)(l Jos W, fanner Pittinaii Jiio D, fanner 

Holland Jno W, fanner Rij^doii Geo W, cooper 

Hoover Jno, farmer Russell Edward, farmer 

Howe E \V; insurance agt Scott C R, minister & teacher 

Hunter Jas H, magistrate and Simpson Jeremiah, 

overseer Lake Ellis' plan-Smitli Jacob, house carpenter 
tation and wlieelwright 

Johnson Frank, engineer Sparks A J, farmer 

Lindse}'' G G, pension agt Taylor Beuajah, farmer 

Lockey John, farmer Taylor Jabez, farmer 

McLean C W, N C coloniza- Thorpe Jno M, farmer 

lion agen(;y Tolson & Heath, merchants 

Mercer Alex, blacksmith West James, farmer 

Neal Luke, steam sawyer Williams Joseph, cooper and 
Pate Atlas, farmer wheelwright 

Pate Thos H, farmer Wynne Win S, farmer 



Peart ree Stephen, farmer 



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liTorth Carolina Post Office Directory. 



Tliose marked (c. h.) are the County Seats; those marked 

witli an asterisk (*) are ]Money Order Post Offices. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Abbotlsburg Bladen 

Abbott's Creek Davidj^oti 

Adams' Mills Union 

Advance Davie 

Albemarle (e. li.) Stanley 

Albertson Duplin 

Alexandriana Mecklenburg- 

Alfordsville Kobeson 

Alamauco Guilfoid 

Allenton Robe-on 

Alma Robeson 

Alpine Suny 

Aman's Store Onslow 

Ames' Turnout Union 

Amity Hill Iredell 

Amnion Hiaden 

Anderson's Store Caswell 

Angola Pender 

Anson ville .Anson 

Antioch Robeson 

Apex Wake 

Apple Grove Ashe 

Acjuone Macon 

Arcadia Davidson 

Archer Lo'ige Johnstcm 

Areola Warren 

Arden Buncombe 

Argyle Cumberland 

Armour. Columbus 

Asliboro (c. h.) Handoli)li 

*Asheville (c. h.) Huncombc 

Asheford McDowell 

Ashland Caswell 

Ashton Pender 

Aspen Grove Rockingham 

Auburn Wake 

Aulauder Rertie 

Auman's Hill ^lontgomery 

Aurelian Springs Halifax 

Aurora Beaufort 

Averasboro Harnett 

s 



rosT-oFFici:. county. 

Avery's Creek Buncombe 

Avoca Bertie 

Ayersville Stokes 

Baird's Creek '^imlico 

*Bakersville (c. li.) Jlitchell 

Bald Creek ... Yancey 

Baldwin's Stme, Randolph 

P.allentine's Mills Wake 

Balsom Grove Tran.sylvania 

Bamboo Watauga 

Banks' Wake 

Banner's Elk Watauga 

Bannerman's Pender 

Barclaysville Harnett 

Barnardsville Buncombe 

Barnes' Store Wilson 

Barrett's Mountain Alexander 

Bath Beaufort 

*Battleboro Edgecombe 

Bayboro Pamlico 

Beaman's X Roads Sampson 

Beam's Mills Cleaveland 

Bear Creek Ciiatliam 

Bear Poplar Rowan 

Bear Wallow Henderson 

Beasly Hill Johnston 

Beattie's Ford I^incoln 

Beaufort (c. h) Carteret 

Beaumont Chatham 

Beaver Cherokee 

Beaver C^reek Aslie 

Heaver Dam Union 

Bee Log Yancey 

Beech Creek Watauga 

Belew Creek Mills Forsyth 

Bellevoir Chatham 

Bell's Ferry Pitt 

Belleville Pender 

Belvidere Peniuiman's 

Bennett's X Roads Sampson 



146 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



rOST-OFFICK. COUNTY. 

Bensiilem Moore 

Bentonvillo Johnston 

Beroa '.Gninville 

Bethania ."." Forsyth 

Bethany Davidson 

Bethany Chu-ch Iredell 

Bethel Pitt 

Bethel Hill Person 

Beiilaville Du|>lin 

Beverly Anson 

Big Creek Stokes 

Big Falls Alamance 

Big Lanrel .. Madison 

Big Lick Stanly 

Big Oak Moore 

Big Pine Creek Madison 

Big Spring Jackson 

Bilesville Stanley 

Black Creek Wilson 

Blackman's Mills Sampson 

Blackmer Rowan 

•Black River Chapel Sampson 

Black Rock Cleaveland 

Blackwell's Rockingham 

Bladenhoro Bladen 

Blocker's Cumberland 

Blount's Creek Beaufort 

Blowing Rock Watauga 

Blue Ridge Henderson 

Blue's Crossing Moore 

Blue Wing Granville 

Bogue Columbus 

Boiling Springs Cleaveland 

Boilston H' nderson 

Bolton ('olumbus 

Bom;iu's Bluff Henderson 

Boomer Wilkes 

Boone (c. h ) Watauga 

Boonville Yadkin 

Bo.stick's Mills . . Richmond 

Bost's Mills Cal)arrus 

Bowden's ' . Duplin 

Bowie's Creek Harnett 

Branch's Store Duplin 

Braastown Cherokee 

Brevard (c. h.) Transylvania 

Brick Church Guilford 

Bridiiewater Burke 

Briei^ Creek Wilkes 

Briggsville Madison 

Bright's Creek Polk 

Brindletown Burke 

Brinkland Bladen 

Brinkleyville Halifax 



POST-OFFrCIi. COUNTy. 

Brittaii Rutherford 

Broadway Moore 

Brogden's Mills Wayne 

Brooldin Robeson 

Brookston Warren 

I'>rower's Mills Randolph 

Brown Creek Union 

Brown Mountain Stokes 

Brown's Cross Roads .Randolpii 

i>rovvri's Knnl) Buncombr 

Brown's ^tore Randolph 

Brushy Mountain Wilkes 

Brown's Summit Guilford 

Brownsville Granville 

Brummett's ('retk Mitchell 

Brush Creek Ciiatham 

Bryan's Mills Blnden 

Buchanan ... . Granville 

Buckhorn Cumberland 

Buckland Gates 

Buena Vislii Duphn 

Buffalo ( ove Caldwell 

Buffalo Ford Randolph 

BulTalo Paper Mills Cleaveland 

Bvig Hill, Columbus 

Bull Head Greene 

Bunn's Level Harnett 

Burgaw Depot Pender 

Burningtown Macon 

Burnsville (c. h ) Yancey 

Burnt Chimney. Rutherford 

Busbee Buncombe 

Bush Hill Randolph 

Bushy Fork Person 

Butler Rutherford 

Byarsville Cleaveland 

Bynum's Chatham 

Byrdsville Columbus 

Cabbin ('reek Montgomery 

Cagle's Mills Randolpii 

Cain's Branch McDowell 

Cairo Anson 

Calahan Davie 

Caldwell Institute Orange 

Caldwell's ]\Iecklenburg 

Caledonia Moore 

Calhoun Transylvania 

California Currituck 

California Creek Madison 

Camden (c. h.) Camden 

Camera: Pender 

Cameron IMoore 

Camp Call Cleaveland 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



147 



l>OST-OFFICE. COCNTY. 

Camp Creek ..Burke 

Cana Davie 

Cane Creek Cliiithain 

Cane River Yancey 

Capel's Mills Hielimond 

Carson's Creek Trantylvania 

Carter's Mills MoDre 

♦Carthage (c. h.) Moure 

Cary Wake 

Casher's Valley Jackson 

Castalia Nasli 

Cataloocliee Haywood 

Catawba Catawba 

Catherine Lake Onslow 

Cedar Cliff Alamance 

Cedar (reek Cumberland 

CelarDale Pender 

Cedar Falls Itaiulolph 

Cedar Grove Orange 

Cedar Hill Anson 

Cedar Mountain. ... Transylvania 

Cedar Point Carteret 

{^edar Hock Franklin 

t.'edar Run Alexander 

Cedar Valley Caldwell 

t'elo Yancey 

Centre Guilford 

Centre Grove Person 

Cerro Gordo Columbus 

Chalk Level Harnett 

(.'handler's (jrove Mont.uomery 

* hapel Hill Orange 

(Charleston (c h ) Swam 

♦Charlotte (c. li.) Mecklenburg 

Cherryfield Transylvania 

Cherry Lane. . . Alleghany 

Cherry ville (Gaston 

Chestnut Hill Ashe 

Chestnut Ridge Y'adkin 

Chi ranej' Rock Rutherford 

China Grove Rowan 

Chocowinity Beaufort 

Chronicle Catawba 

Clark's Mills Moore 

Clarkton Bladen 

Clay Fork Cumberland 

Clayton Johnston 

Clear Creek Cabarrus 

Cleaveland Mills Cleaveland 

Clemmonsville Davidson 

♦Clinton (c. h ) Sampson 

Clover Orchard Alamance 

Cobton Craven 

Coburn's Store Union 



POST-OKI" ICE. COUNTY. 

Coddle Creek (Cabarrus 

Coiiijock ("urritiick 

Coleman Henderson 

Colerain Hcrtie 

Cole's Mills Randolph 

Cole's Store Itandolph 

Colesville Stokes 

Colfa.x (Juillord 

ColK-ttsville Caldwell 

Columbia (c. h ) Tyrrell 

*Columlnis (c. h ) " Polk 

Comfort Tones 

Company Mills Guilford 

♦Company Shops Alamance 

♦('oncord (^c. h.) Cabarrus 

Columbia Factory Randolph 

Conger's Iredell 

Couover Catawba 

Contentnea (jrecne 

Cool Spring Iredell 

Copal (irove Stanley 

Copeland Surry 

(Council's Station Bladen 

Count}' Line Davie 

Cove Cieek . Ilaywooii 

Covington Richmond 

Cowan's Ford Mecklenburg 

Coxville Pitt 

Crab Tree Haywood 

Grain's Creek Moore 

Cranberry Forge Mitchell 

Creswell "Washington 

Croafan Craven 

Cross Canal Pamden 

Cross Roads Church Y'adkin 

Cross Rock Madison 

Crowder's Creek Gaston 

Crowder's Mountain (laston 

Crowell's Halifa.x 

Cuba Rutherford 

CuHasaja ...Macon 

Cullowliee . .lackson 

Cunningham's Store Person 

Curriersville Moore 

Curtis' Mills .Alamance 

Currituck (c. h.) Currituck 

Cypress Creek Bladen 

Dallas (c. h.) Gaston 

Dalton Stokes 

Dan])ury (c. h.} . .Stokes 

♦Davidson College . .Mecklenburg 

Davidson's River Transylvania 

Dawson's Cross Roads. . . . Ilalifax 



148 



NORTH CAROLINA POST OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Dawson's Landing l^ladon 

Day Book Yance}' 

Daysville Person 

Dayton Wake 

Deaver's Transylvjinia 

Deep Creek Anson 

Deep River Gnilford 

Deep liun Lenoir 

Dellapiane Wilkes 

Democrat Buncombe 

Denton Davidson 

Denver Liiif;oln 

Devanes Cumberland 

Diamond Hill Anson 

Dimsdale .Polk 

Dismal Sampson 

Dobbinsville Sampson 

Dobson (ch. h ) Surry 

Dockery Wilkes 

Double Shoal Cleaveland 

Douglas Kockingham 

Dover Craven 

Downingville Bladen 

Dovvnsville Caldwell 

Dry Creek Montgomery 

Dry's Mill Cabarrus 

Duncan's Creek Rutherford 

Duck Creek Onslow 

Dudley Wayne 

Dundarrach Robeson 

Durant's Neck Perquimans 

*Durham Orange 

Dutchville Granville 

Dymond City Martin 

Dysortsville McDowell 

Eagle Mills Iredell 

Eagle Rock Wake 

Earpsboro Johnston 

East Bend Yadkin 

East Fork Transylvania 

East Lake Dare 

East Laport Jackson 

Easy Hill Brunswick 

Eden Randolph 

♦Edenton (c. h.) C howan 

Edgewood Halifax 

Edinboro Montgomery 

Edneyvillu Henderson 

Edward's Cross Roads . .Alleghany 

Edwards' Mills Beaufort 

Edwardsville Surry 

Effird's Mills Stanley 

Egypt Depot Chatham 



rOST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Elbaville Davie 

Eldorado Montgomery 

Elevation Johnston 

*Eli7.:ibetii C'ity (c. h.). .Pasquotank 

Elizal.elh1()wir(c. h.) Bladen 

Elk ( reek Alleghany 

Elk X Roads .'.Ashe 

Elkin Surry 

Elkinsville Bladen 

Elk Shoals Iredell 

Elkviile Wilkes 

Ellerbe Springs Halifax 

E\m Grove Chatham 

Elmwood Iredell 

*Enfield Halifax 

England's Point Cherokee 

Engelhard . Hyde 

Enofhville Eowan 

Erie jMills Montgomery 

Erwinsville Cleaveland 

Eupeptic Spring? Iredell 

Euphronia Moore 

Fair Bluff Columbus 

Fairfax Swain 

Fairfield . ..Hyde 

Fair (tIovc Davidson 

Fair Haven ]\Ioore 

Fair View Buncombe 

Faison's Depot Duplin 

Failsland Pitt 

Fall Creek ( hatham 

Fall Cliff Jackson 

Falling Creek .Lenoir 

FaimviUe Pitt 

Faimers Randolph 

Farmers' Inrnout. .... .Columbus 

Farmington Davie 

*Fayctteville (c. h.).... Cumberland 

Fine's Creek Haywood 

First Broad Rutherford 

Fish Dam Wake 

Fitch's Store Caswell 

Five Forks Stokes 

Flat Branch Forsyth 

Flat Creek Buncombe 

Flat River Orange 

Flat Rock Henderson 

Flat Shoal Surry 

Flemington Columbus 

Flemmings Catawba 

Flinty Branch Mitchell 

Flower IIill Randolph 

Fonta Flora Burke 



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FOST-DKFICK. COINTY. 

Foolville Yaiikin 

Forbupli Yndkin 

Forest ville Wakt- 

Fork C'liurcli Davie 

Forks ot Pigeon Ha\ wooti 

Forks of Tennessee Swain 

Forney's Creek Swain 

Fork Swamp Beaufort 

Fort Landing Tyrrell 

Fountain Hill Greene 

Foust's Mills Kandolph 

Francisco Stokes 

*Franklin (c. h.) Macon 

*Franklinton Franklin 

Franklinsville Kandolj)!! 

Freeman's jNIills Guilford 

Fremont Wayne 

French Broad . Buncombe 

French T'reek Church Bladen 

Friedburg Forsyth 

Friendship Guilford 

Fulton Davie 

(.laddyevilie Robeson 

Gamble's Store Kulherfnril 

(Jap Civil (c. h ,' Alleghany 

Ga]) Creek Ashe 

Garden C reek Haywood 

Garrabaldi Gaston 

Garner's Station Wake 

Garysburg Northampton 

Gastonia Gaston 

3atesvil]e [c li ] Gates 

Gatlingtou Gates 

Georgetown.. Jackson 

Germanton Stokes 

Gibb's Cross Koads... Cumbeiland 

Gibson's Mills Richmond 

Gibsonville Guilford 

Giddecsville Sampson 

Giles' Mill Sampson 

Gilmer's Store Guilford 

Gilletl's Store Jones 

Glade Creek Alleghany 

Gladesboro Randolph 

Glen Brook Randolph 

Glencoe Buncombe 

Glenola Randolph 

Globe Caldwell 

Godwin's Johnston 

Gold Hill Rowan 

♦Goldsboro [c. h.J Wayne 

Good Spring Surry 

Goose Creek Island Pamlico 



I'OST-OFFICK. COl'NTV. 

Cushen Wilkes 

(iraham [c. h.J Alamance 

(Grange Transvlvaiiiti 

(Jranile Hill 'Iredell 

Cra'Isboro Pandico 

Grantville Buncombe 

Grantham's Store Wayne 

Grape Creek Cherokee 

Gravsy Knob Rutherford 

Grassy Creek .Mitchell 

Gravel Hill Bladen 

Gray Eagle Buncombe 

Gray's <"hapel ... Randolpii 

Gray's Creek Cumberland 

Greenlee's McDowell 

Green Hill Rutherford 

Green Level Wake 

Green i\Iountain Yancey 

Green River Henderson 

Green Rock CftUhvcll 

*Graensboro [c. h. ] Gviilford 

Green's Grove Rutherford 

Greenville [c. h. ) Pitt 

Greenwood Moore 

Grissom Granville 

Grist's Station Columbus 

Grove ( hatlutm 

Gulf Chatham 

Gulley'sMill Wake 

Gum Branch Onslow 

Gum Neck Tyrrell 

Hadden Mountain Jackson 

Hadley's Mills Chatham 

Hall's' Ferry Davie 

Hale Wood'. Madison 

*Halifax(c. h.) Halifa.x 

Hall's Mill Wilkes 

Hallsville Duplin 

Hamburgh Jackson 

Hamilton Martin 

Hamlet Richmond 

Hamptonville Yadkin 

Hannersville Davidson 

Hanrahan Pitt 

Happy Home Burke 

Hars's Store Johnston 

Harlowe Carteret 

Harper's Joimston 

Harper's Cross Roads Chatham 

Harrell's Store Sampson 

Harrellsville Hertford 

Harrells Mitchell 

Harrington Harnelt 



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NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY 

Harrisburg Cabarrus 

Harrison Mecklenburg 

llarrisville Montgomery 

Harts Rowan 

Hartsboro Edgecombe 

Hartshorn Alamance 

Hartsville Wake 

Haslin Beaufort 

Halteras Dare 

Haw Branch Onslow 

Hawk Mine Mitchell 

Hawley's Store Sampson 

Haw liiver Alamance 

Hayes' Store Wake 

Hayesville (C. h.) Clay 

Hay Meadow Wilkes 

Haystack Surry 

Haywood Chatham 

Healing Springs Davidson 

Heathsville Halifax 

Hebron Mecklenburg 

Heilig's Mill Howan 

Helton ...Ashe 

*Henderson Granville 

Hendersonville (c. h.).. Henderson 

Henry's McDowell 

Herringsville Sampson 

♦Hertford [c. h.] Perquimans 

Hester's Store Person 

*Hickory Catawba 

Hickory Grove Wake 

Hicksville Rutherford 

Highlands Macon 

Hightowers Caswell 

*High Point Guilford 

High Shoals Gaston 

Hiiliardston Nash 

♦Hillsboro (c. h.) Orange 

Hillsdale Guilford 

Hill's Store ... Randolph 

Hoffman Richmond 

Hogback Valley Transylvania 

Holland's Wake 

Holly Bush Cleaveland 

Holly Grove Moore 

Holly Springs Wake 

Holly's Wharf Chowan 

Hollywood Carteret 

Hollow Poplar Mitchell 

Holmaa's Davie 

Hominy Creek Buncombe 

Hookerton Greene 

Hoover Hill Randolph 

Hope Mills Cumberland 



POST-OFFICE. COrXTV. 

Horse Cove ^lacon 

Horse Shoe Henderson 

Hothouse Cherokee 

Howellsville Robeson 

Hudsonville Caldwell 

Hull's X Roads Lincoln 

Hunsncker's Store... Montgomery 

Huntersvilie Mecklenburg 

Hunting Creek Wilkes 

Huntley Sampson 

Huntsville Yadkia 

Hurdle's Mill Person 

Hutchinson's Store Wake 

Idaho Cumberland 

Idol's Mill Ashe 

Indian Hill Davidson 

Indian Grove Surry 

Indian Springs Wake 

Indian Town Currituck 

Indian Trail Union 

Iverness _.. Cumberland 

Irene Mecklenburg 

Iron DufT Haywood 

Iron Hill Coiumlius 

Iron Station Lincoln 

Island Ford Rutherford 

Ivy . . Madison 

Ivy Gap Yancey 

Jackson (c. h.) Northampton 

Jackson Hill Davidson 

Jackson's Springs Moore 

Jackson's Creek Randolph 

Jacksonville (c. h.) Onslow^ 

Jacob's Ford Catawba 

Jamestown Guilford 

Jamesville Martin 

Jarvisburg Currituck 

Jefferson (c. h.) Ashe 

Jennings' Mills ... Iredell 

Jericho Wayne 

Jerusalem Davie 

Jewell Stokes 

Johnston's Mills Pitt 

Jonas Ridge Burke 

Jonathan's fJreek ..... Haywood 

*Jonesboro Moore 

Jones' Creek Ansou 

Jonesville. Yadkin 

Jug Town Catawba 

Junaluska Jackson 

Kapp's ]\Iill Sui ry 



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POST-OFKICE. COUNTY. 

Kccnersville Mitchell 

Kflviu (Jiove Wake 

Kt'inp's .Mill Handolpli 

*Ki'iiaiisville (c. li.) Dupliti 

Kenilall Aiiyoii 

Kernersville Fo.sytii 

Keys Buncombe 

Keyser Moore 

Killiaii's Mi)l8 Lincolu 

Iviiiiboltou Cliatliam 

King's Creek Caldwell 

*Kiug's Mountain Cleaveland 

Kinnekeet Dare 

^Kinston (c. h.) Lenoir 

Kirk's Milks Stanley 

*Kiltrell ....iranvdie 

Kitty Hawk -Currituck 

Kuap of Heeds Granville 

Knnb Creek Cleaveland 

Kuotts Island Currituck 

Knott's Store Ausou 

Kyle's Landing Cumberland 

La Grange ....Lenoir 

Lake Comtort Hyde 

Lake Landing Hyde 

Lanesboro Anson 

Lane's Creek Union 

Lassiter's ^lills Randolph 

Latham's Beaufort 

Laurel. Franklin 

Laurinburg Richmond 

Laui'cl i^rancli Alleghany 

Laurel Hill Richmond 

Laurel S|irings . Ashe 

Lawsonvillc Rockingham 

Leachburg Johr.slon 

Leaksville Rockingham 

Leasburg Caswell 

Lebanon Columbus 

Ledger Mitchell 

Lee Madison 

Leechville Beaufort 

Lee's Mills Washington 

Lee's Store Halifax 

Leesville. . . . Robeson 

Leicester Buncombe 

*Lenoir (c. h.) Caldwell 

Lenox Castle Rockingham 

Leo Stanly 

Level Cross Randolph 

Level Plains Randolph 

Lewis Forks Wilkes 

Lewiston Bertie 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Lewisville Forsyth 

*Lexinui()n |c. h | David.son 

Liberty Hill Iredell 

Liberty Store (iuilford 

Lick Creek Davidson 

Lick Log Creek (.May 

Lilesville An.son 

LiUinglon (c. h.) Harnett 

♦Lincolnton [c. h.J Lincolu 

Line lldl Ashe 

Linville Cove Mitchell 

Linville Stoie Burke 

Liuwood Davidson 

Lisbon Sampson 

Lutle Creek Madison 

Little Pine Creek Madison 

Little River Alexander 

Little liiver Academy. .Cumberland 

Little's Mills Richmond 

Little Rock Creek Mitchell 

Little Sugar Loaf Bladen 

♦Littleton Halifax 

Lockville Chatham 

Locust Hill Caswell 

Locust Level Stanly 

Logan's Store Rutherford 

Long Branch Alamance 

Long Creek Pender 

Long Pine Anson 

Long Ridge Washington 

Long's Cross Roads Person 

Long's Mills Randolph 

Longs Store Union 

Lo' gtown Yadkin 

*Louisburg (c. h.) Franklin 

Lovelace Wilkes 

Lovelady Caldwell 

Love's Level Union 

Lowesville Lincoln 

Low Gap Surry 

Loy's Shop Alamance 

Lumber Bridw Robeson 

*Lumberton [c. h. 1 Robeson 

Lvnch Madison 

Lynn Madison 

Lynn Polk 

Lyon's Landing Bladen 

McBride's Mill Watauga 

Mc''rary's Store Alamance 

McLeansville Guilford 

Macedonia Montgomery 

Mackey s Ferry Washington 

*Macon Depot Warren 



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NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OKFICK. COUNTY. 

Madison... Rockiiii>Ii:ira 

*.\Iii>j^iiolia Duplin 

M.ilvelyvill.' Hyde 

Maiiolicstor Unmbciiaiid 

Maii<;iiin Uicliinond 

Manly Ashe 

Manly Statinn Moore 

Mann's Harbor Dare 

Manson Warren 

Manteo [c. h.] Dare 

Maple ( ypress Craven 

Maple Springs Wilkes 

Margarettsvillp Nortiiatnpton 

* Marion [c. h.J McDowell 

Marlboro Pitt 

Ma.ley's Mills. Randolph 

Marsden Bladen 

;*Marshall [c. h.] Manison 

Mars' Hill Madison 

Martindale. . . . . .. .. Mecklenburg 

Martin's Mill Montgomery 

Matthews Mecklenburg 

Mayfield Rockingham 

Maysville .Jones 

Meadow Hill Wilkes 

Meadows Stokes 

Mears BlufT Brunswick 

Meat Camp Watauga 

*Mebanesville Alamance 

Meeksville Wilson 

Melrose. Robeson 

Mellville Alamance 

Melvin Hill Polk 

Merchant Mills Gates 

Merrimon Halifax 

Merry Mount Warren 

Merry Oaks Chatham 

jAIicaville Yancey 

Middleburg, Warren 

Miildle Cane Watauga 

Middle Swamp . . Bladen 

.Midilleton Hyde 

Midway Davidson 

Mill Bridge Kowan 

Mill Creeiv Person 

Milledgeville Montgomery 

Miller's Creek Wilkes 

Millertown Rowan 

Mill Hill Cabarrus 

Mill River ...Henderson 

Mills' Spring Polk 

*Milton Caswell 

Mingo Sampson 

Mint' Hill Mecklenburg 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY 

>Mocksville (c. h ) Davie 

MoHitl's Mills Kandolpb 

Moncure Chatham 

*Mouroe (c. h.) Union 

Monroeton Rockingluuii 

Montici-llo (xuilford 

.Montpelier Richmond 

Mooresboro Cleaveland 

Moore's Creek Pender 

Moore's Mills Wake 

Mooresville Iredell 

Mooshaunee Moore 

Moraviiin Falls WiUus 

Moreliead (,'iiy Carteret 

Moretz Mill-i Walauga 

Morgan Hill Buncombe 

Morgan's Mills Union 

*Morganion [c. h J Burke 

Morrisville Wake 

Morton's Store Alamance 

]Morven Anson 

Moss Neck Robeson 

Mountain Creek Catawba 

Mountain I-^land Gaston 

Mountain View Warren 

*Mount Airy SuiTy 

Mount Bethel Alexander 

Mount Energy Granville 

Mount Gilead Granville 

Mount Mourne Iredell 

Mount Nebo Yadkin 

Mount Olive Wayne 

Mount Pisgah Alexander 

Mount Pleasant Cabarrus 

.Mount Prospect Union 

Mount Sterling Haywood 

Mount TabiH'.T Forsyth 

Mount Tirza Person 

Mount UUa Rowan 

Mount Vernon Rowan 

Mount Zion Wilkes 

Mouth of BuiTalo Ashe 

Moyock Currituck 

Muildy Fork Cleaveland 

Mud Lick , Chatham 

Mulberry Wdkes 

Mull Grove Catawba 

Munn's Station Moore 

Murfrecsboro Hertford 

*Murphv [c. h.] Cherokee 

Mutual Love M.ecklenburg 

Myatt's Mills Wake 

Nantahalah Swain 



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POST-OFFICE. COUNTY 

Narrows Stanly 

Niishville [c. h ] Nash 

Natlian's Ureek Ashe 

Nat Moore Bladen 

Nebo McDowell 

Nettle Knob Ashe 

Neuse Wake 

*New Berne (c. h ). . ; Craven 

New Castle Wilkes 

New Found Buncombe 

New Garden Guilford 

New Hill Wake 

New Hope Iredell 

New Hope Academy Randolph 

New House Cleaveland 

New Light Wake 

New Market Randolph 

New Mills Camden 

Newport Carteret 

New River xVlleghany 

New Salem Randolph 

New Sterling Iredell 

New Supply Brunswick 

*Newton (c. h.) Catawba 

Newton Grove . Sampson 

Nicholson's Alamance 

Nicholson's Mills Iredell 

Nicholsonville Cleaveland 

Norton's Juckson 

North Brook Lincoln 

North Cove McDowell 

North Fork Ashe 

Norwood Stanly 

Noltla Cherokee 

Oak Forest Iredell 

Oak Grove Union 

Oak Hill Granville 

Oakland Halifax 

Oak Ridge Guilford 

Oaks Orange 

Oak Spring Rutherford 

Oakville Warren 

Ocona Lufty . Swain 

Oc; acoke Hyde 

Old Fort McDowell 

Old Furnace Gaston 

Old Hundred Richmond 

Old Shop Wake 

Old Town Forsyth 

Olin Iredell 

Olive Branch Union 

Olive Hill Person 

Orange Factory Orange 

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POST OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Oregon Rockingh«m 

Ore Knob Ashe 

Ore Hill Chatham 

Ormonsville Greene 

Osbornville Wilkes 

Osgood Chatham 

Otter Creek . . Rutherford 

Outlaw's Bridge Duplin 

Owenville Sampson 

*Oxford (c. h.) Granville 

Oxford's Ford Catawba 

Pacolet Falls Polk 

Pacific Franklin 

Pactolus Pitt 

Paint Rock Madison 

Palmj'ra Halifax 

Palo Alto Onslow 

Pamlico Pamlico 

Pantego Beaufort 

Panther Creek Yadkin 

Park Hill Burke 

Patterson. . Caldwell 

Patterson's Bridge Moore 

Patterson's Mill Orange 

Patterson's Store Alamance 

Patton's Home Rutherford 

Paw Creek ]klecklenburg 

Paint Fork Madison 

Paint Gap Yancey 

Pates Robeson 

Peach Tree Cherokee 

Petty Shore Hertford 

Peacock's X Roads Johnston 

Peacock's Store Columbus 

Pedlar's Hill Chatham 

Pee Dee Anson 

Pekin Montgomery 

Peletier's ^lills Carteret 

Pelham . . Caswell 

Pensacola Yancey 

Perkinsville Burke 

Persimmon Creek Cherokee 

Peru Haywood 

Peter's Creek Stokes 

Petra Mills Caldwell 

Phffinix Columbus 

Piedmont Springs Burke 

Pigeon River. ... Haywood 

Pigeon Valley Haywood 

Pike Cumberland 

Pikeville Wayne 

Pilot Mountain Stokes 

Pine Hall Stokes 



154 NORTH CAEOLINA POfeT-OFFlCES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Pine Level Jolinston 

Pine Run Watauga 

Pineville Mecklenburg 

Piney Creek Alleghany 

Pin Hook Depot Gaston 

Pink Bed Henderson 

Pink Hill Lenoir 

Pinnacle Henderson 

Pioneer iMills C:ibarnis 

Pireway Ferry Columbus 

Pisgah Randolph 

Pilch Landing Hen ford 

*Pittsboro (c. h.) Clialhjim 

Pleasant Gar .en Guill'ord 

Pleasant Grove Alnmance 

Pleasant Hiil Northampton 

Pleasant Home Lincoln 

Pleasant Ridge Gaston 

Pleasantsville Rockingham 

Plumraerville Robeson 

Plumtree Mitchell 

*Plymouth (c. h.). . .. Washington 

Pocket Moore 

Point Caswell Pender 

Polkton Anson 

Pollocksville Jones 

Pool Rowan 

Poor's Foard Rutheiford 

Poplar Branch . .Currituck 

Poplar Grove Polk 

Poplar Hill Anson 

Portsmouth Carteret 

Potecasi Northampton 

Powelton Richmond 

Prather's Creek Alleghany 

Prestonville Stokes 

Price's Mills Union 

Prince's Store Rockingham 

Princeton • , Johnston 

Prospect Hall Bladen 

Prospect Hill Caswell 

Prosperitj' Moore 

Providence Chatham 

Purlear's Creek Wilkes 

Purley Caswell 

Quaker Gap Stokes 

Quallatown Jackson 

Querry's Mecklenburg 

♦Raleigh (c. h.) Wake 

Ramsaytown Ypncey 

Ramsayville Madison 

Ranaleburg Mecklenburg 



rOST OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Ram.son's Bridge Nash 

Ray wood Union 

Ready Branch Wilkes 

Red Banks Robeson 

Red Cross Randolph 

Reddie' River Wilkes 

Red Hill Mitchell 

Red Mountain Orange 

Red Oak Na^h 

Red Plains Yadkin 

Red 8ho;iis Stokes 

Re( d Creek Davidson 

*Reidsville Rockingham 

Rei-aca Duplin 

Reynoldson Gate.s 

Rialto ... Cliiiiham 

Riceville Buncombe 

Hiebardson's Creek Union 

Richland Valley Haywood 

liichlands Onslow 

Rich JVlouiilaiu Jackson 

Ri( h Square Northumpton 

Riddicksville . Heilt'oid 

Ridge's Creek Montgomery 

Ridge Spring Pitt 

Ridgeville ( aswell 

Ridgewaj' Warren 

Riggsbee's Store C hatham 

Rile.v's X Roads Franklin 

Ringwood Halifax 

Riverdale Craven 

River Hill Iredell 

River View Mecklenburg 

Rives' Chapel... . .... Chatham 

Roaring Gap Wilkes 

Roaring River Wilkes 

Robbinsville (c. h ) Graham 

Robersonville i>lartin 

Roberson Columbus 

Robin Hill Cumberland 

Roanoke Martin 

Rock Dale Macon 

Rock Creek Alamance 

Rock Cut Iredell 

Rock Fish Duplin 

Rockford Surry 

*Rockingham Richmond 

Rock Level Rockingham 

Rock Spring Orange 

Rockwell Rowan 

Rocky Meadow Davidsm 

*Rocky Mount Edgecombe 

Rocky Pass . . McDowell 

Rocky Point Pender 



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I'OST-OFFICE. COrNTY. 

Kodanlhe Dare 

Rogers' Store Wake 

Rolesville Wake 

Kose Bay Ilydc 

Rose Dale . Pastjuolank 

Kose Hill Duplin 

Rosindale Bladen 

Roslin Cumberland 

Round Peak Surry 

Rowan Mills Rowan 

Round Mountain Wilkes 

Roxobel Bertie 

Koxboro (c. li ) Person 

Rutlin. . . . Ri ckiniiliam 

Rural Hall Forsyth 

Ru&k Snrry 

*i{utherfordton (c, li ). .Rutherford 

Saint John Hertford 

Saint Lawrence . . .Chatham 

Saint Paul's Robeson 

*Salem Forsyth 

Salem Chapel Forsyth 

Salem Church Randolph 

*Salisbury (c h ) Rowan 

Saluda Polk 

Sander's Store Carteret 

Sauil}' Creek Randolph 

Sandy Fountain Lenoir 

Sandy Grove ... Chatham 

Sandy Mush Buncombe 

Sanily Plains Polk 

Sandy Ridge Stokes 

Sandy Springs Polk 

Saudford Moore 

Sans Souci Bertie 

Sassafras Fork Granville 

Sauratown Stokes 

Sawersville Randolph 

Saxapahaw A-lamance 

Science Hill Randolph 

^Scotland Neck Halifax 

Scott's Creek Jackson 

Scott's X Roads Iredell 

Scott's Hill Pender 

Scottville Ashe 

Scuppernong Washington 

Seaboard Northampton 

Sedges Garden Forsyth 

Selma Johnston 

Semora Caswell 

Settle Iredell 

Shady Grove Anson 

Shady Springs Ashe 



rOST-OKKICK. COUNTY, 

Shallotte Brunswick 

Shallow Ford Alamance 

Sharon Clcavcland 

Sharpsbnrg Nash 

yiiiw's Mills Guilford 

*Shelby (c. h.) Cleaveland 

Sherrill's Ford Catawba 

Shiloh Camden 

Ship Yard Camden 

Shoe Heel Robeson 

Shooting Creek... Clay 

Shoup's Ford Burke 

Sluifordsvilie Hendersonville 

Shull's Mills Watauga 

Sidney Columbus 

Seigle's Store Lincoln 

Silas Creek Ashe 

Siloam . . .. Surry 

Silver Hill Davidson 

Silver Dale Onslow 

Simmon Grove Chatham 

Six Runs Sampson 

Skiunersville. . . Washington 

Sladesville Hyde 

Small's X Roads Chowan 

Smithfield [c. h.] Johnston 

Smith Grove Davie 

t^mith's Creek Pamlico 

Smith's Ford Cabarrus 

Smithville [c. h.] Brunswick 

Smyrna Carteret 

Snead's Ferry Onslow 

Sneedsboro Anson 

Snipe's Store Chatham 

Snow Camp. . ., Alamance 

Snow Creek Iredell 

Snow Hill (c. h.) : . . .Greene 

Soapstone Mount Randolph 

Soda Hill Watauga 

Solitude Ashe 

Sonoma Haywood 

Sour Wood Yadkin 

South Creek Beaufort 

South Fork Ashe 

South Gaston Halifax 

South Lowell Orange 

South Mills Camden 

South Point Gaston 

South River Rowan 

South Toe Yancey 

South Washington (c. h.). . .Pender 
SparklingCatawba Springs. Catawba 

Sparta Edgecombe 

Speight's Bridge Greene 



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NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



rOST-OFFICF.. COUNTY. 

Spout Springs Harnett 

Si)ring Creek Madison 

Spring(l;ile Haywood 

Spring Grove . . Iredell 

Springville ( aburrus 

Spring Hope Nasli 

Spruce I'ine Mitcliell 

Stagg's Creek Ashe 

Stagville Orange 

Stanhope Nasii 

Stanley's Creek Gaston 

Stantonsburg Wilson 

State Road Surry 

*Statesvil]e (c. h.) Iredell 

Steroah Graham 

Steele Creek Mecklenburg 

Stencil House Hyde 

Sterling's Mills Kobeson 

Stice's Shoal Cleaveland 

Still Bluff Pender 

Stockville ...Buncombe 

Stoneville Rockingham 

Stonewall Pamlico 

Stony Creek Caswell 

Stony Fork Watauga 

Stony Hill Wilkes 

Stony Point Alexander 

Stony Kidge Surry 

Stout Union 

Strabane Lenoir 

Stumpy Point Dare 

Stump Sound Onslow 

Sugar Grove Watauga 

Sugar Hill McDowell 

Sulphur Springs Montgomery 

Summerfield Guilford 

Sunbury. .• Gates 

Sunny Side Halifax 

Supply Brunswick 

Sutherlands Ashe 

Swannanoa Buncombe 

Swann's Station Moore 

Swan Quarter (c. h.) Hyde 

Swansboro Onslow 

Sweet Home Iredell 

Swift Creek Bridge Craven 

Swift Island Montgomery 

Swinson's Cut Columbus 

Table Rock Burke 

Tally Ho Granville 

*Tarboro (c. h.) Edgecombe 

Tarheel Bladen 

Tar Landing Onslow 



rOST-OFFICF.. COUNTY. 

Taylor's Bridge Sampson 

Taylorsville (c. h ) Alexander 

Teachcy's Duplin 

The Cape Dare 

*Thomasville Davidson 

Tliompsonville Rockingham 

Three Forks Yancey 

Tobaccoville Forsytli 

Toisnot M ilson 

Tohiisville Robeson 

Tomatola Cherokee 

Toms ('reek ... .Surry 

Topsail Sound PeudeV 

Town Creek Brunswick 

Townesville Granville 

Trail Branch Madison 

Trap Hill Wilkes 

Trenton (c h.) Jones 

Triangle Lincoln 

*Trinity College Randolph 

Troublesomi- Rockingham 

Troutman's Iredell 

Troy (c h.) Montgomery 

Troy's Store Randolph 

Troyville Harnett 

TryonCity Polk 

Tuckahoe Jones 

Tulin Cabarrus 

Turkey Tail Burke 

Turnersburg Iredell 

Turnpike Buncombe 

Turner's Mountain Suriy 

Turtletown Cherokee 

Tusquitee Claj' 

Tuttle's Cro.ss Roads Caldwell 

Tyra , Moore 

Tysor's Mills Chatham 

Union Hertford 

Union Church Moore 

University Station Orange 

Uwharic Montgomery 

Valley Crucis Watauga 

Valley Springs Rutherford 

Valley Town Cherokee 

Vanceville Buncombe 

Vandemere [c h.] Pamlico 

Vest's Cherokee 

Vienna Forsj'th 

Villa Franca Rowan 

Wadcville Moutgomery 

Waddell's Rockingham 



NORTH CAROLINA POST OFFICES. 



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POST-OFFICE. lOlNTY. 

♦Wadesboro [c. li.] AiiSon 

Wakefield... Wake 

Wake Forest College .Wake 

Walkerstown Forsyth 

Walkersville Union 

Wallace Duplin 

Walnut Cove Stokes 

Walnut Hill Ashe 

Walnut Mountain Madison 

Walnut Kun Madisou 

Ward's Mill Onslow 

Ward's Store Robeson 

Wardville Chowan 

Warlick's Mills Burke 

Warm Springs Madison 

Warren Plains Warren 

*Warrenton [c. h ] Warren 

Warrensville Sampson 

Warsaw Duplin 

*Washington (c. h.) Beaufort 

Watauga Falls Watauga 

Watkiusville Stokes 

Watson ville Rowan 

Waynesville [c. b] Haywood 

Weaver's Creek Warren 

Weaversford Aslie 

Weaverville Buncombe 

Webb's Ford Rutherford 

* Webster [c. h.] Jackson 

* Weldon Halifa.x 

*Wenl\vorth [c. h.]. . .Rockingham 

West Brook Bladen 

Westfield Stokes 

Westminister Guilford 

West's Mill - ... Macon 

Whilaker's Edgecombe 

White Hall Bladen 

Wiggins' Cross Roads Gates 

W^ilbar Granville 

W^illiamsboro Granville 

White House Randolph 

White Marsh Washington 

White Oak Bladen 

W^hiteOak Hall Polk 

White Plains ". . .Surry 

White Road Forsyth 

White Rock Madison 

Whiteside Cove Jackson 

White's Store Anson 

Whiteville (c. h .) Columbus 



rOST-OFFKK. COVNTV. 

Whiteville Depot Columbus 

Why Not Randolph 

Wilde's Store Macon 

Wilkesboro (c. h.) Wilkes 

Williamsburg Iredell 

*Williamston (c. h) Martin 

Willis Creek Bladen 

Willow Branch Gates 

AVillow Green Greene 

♦Wilmington (c. h.)...Ncw Hanover 

* Wilson (c. h.) Wilson 

Wilson's Mills Johnston 

Wilson's Stoi e Stokes 

Wilton Granville 

Winchester Union 

Winder Moore 

* Windsor (c. h.) Bertie 

Winfall Perquimans 

Winslow Harnett 

Winstead Person 

*Winston (c. h] For.^yth 

Winton [c. h.] Hertford 

Wittenberg Alexandr, 

Wolf Creek Cherokee 

Wolf Mountain Jackson 

Wolf Pond Union 

Wolfsville Union 

Woodbridgc Craven 

Woodland Northampton 

Woodiawn Gaston 

Woodleaf Rowan 

Woodsdale Person 

Woodsville Pequimans 

Wynnsville Martin 

Yadkin College Davidson 

Yadkin Valley Davidson 

Yadkinville [c. h ] .Yadkin 

Yancey's Store Person 

Yanceyville [c h.l Caswell 

Yeatesville Beaufort 

Yellow Hill AVilkes 

Yellow Mountain Mitchell 

York Collegiate Institute.Alexandcr 

Yorkviile. Bladen 

Young s Cro.ss Roads Granville 

Younts' M\]\ Catawba 

Zion Yadkin 

Zoar Union 



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^^UPERIOK ADVANTAGES FOR 

SAFETY AND COMFORT 

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MANAGEMENT AND EQUIPMENT 
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THROUGH TRAINS. 



A ri'KX'I'IVK OFFICERS AND GOOD EATING HOUSES. 

SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS. 



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tieoige AllfK & Co., 

22 and 24 Pollock St., T^'EWBERN, N. C, 



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DEALKRX IN 



General Hardv/are, 

Agricultural Impiemcnts, Steam Enginep, Farm 

Machinery, Fertilizers, Farm Seed, Plaster, 

Lime, Cement. 

??/>0 TV 3IANUFA CTC/. , J^.S. 

4^* . iij? FINANCIAL AGENT AND THEA'' ■ Hliit 

The iTewborii Manuf'i;' On, Ootiun Mills, 

Agents for Sale of Real Estate. 

We have, in our hands for sjile si'vcral tlioiisanrl ;icrH.s of valuable 
F iimiiift Laiidii, siiitabU^ for Stock Farms aii<l Truck F^ieinino:. nm] 
invito cprrespondencn witii persons who desire to settle in tliis section. 



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GEORGE ALLEN & CO., 

NKWBERN, N. 0. 



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