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188J. 



1881. 




RALBIGH 





ORGANS. 



Gf'U»Tal Agent tor N. C for the 

Lilt fimii Neir iiie Sew in icliii, 

AND DEALEl! IN 

Best Machine Oil, Needles, Attachments, Sec, for all Machines. 

Willimantic Thread, Bcldixig's Sils., lutteriok's Patterns. 

jg@°"Any other Machine furnished on apDlication. 
Office-is Fayetteville Street, - RALEIGH, N. C. 



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Briggs Building, RALEIGH, N. C, 

DEALERS IN 





Wagon and Buggy Material, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

Paints, Oils, Colors, Putty, Window Glass, 

Steam Engines, Belting, Lime, 

Cement, Plaster and 

Mill Supplies. 

corrics]po]vi3e:]vcb: solicited. 

1^, Best Goods. Lowest Prices, 

square dealing. 



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JAMS & CO., 



?^D EETAIL 



IL.LE STREET, 

I, N. C. 

a Specialty. 



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CoIIfrtion of i^ortli Caroliniana 
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Torses, for Hire at all 
'ay or ZViglit. 

r Briggs Building, 
H, 3N. C. 

J. C. S. LOMSDEN, 

Stoves, Mars, Sliest Iron 

AND COPPER-WAKE. 

J5@°^The Old North State 
Cook Stove, First Preiuium 
at 3 successive State Fairs. 

"Wood and Willow- Ware, 
Iron Ilollow-Warc, House 
Furnishing Goods generally 

Fayetteville Street, opp. Market, 

RALEIGH, W. C. 

HIGGS HOUSE, 

Comer Salisbury and Hargett Streets, 

JACOB HIGGS, Proprietor. 

On the European PLAN^ESL'SoSfr 

THE BAR is stocked willi the l»es| WIXES, 
LK^UORS and CIGARS. 

l®^Please give liim a call. 




UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



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This book is due on the last date stamped 
below unless recalled sooner. It may be 
renewed only once and must be brought to 
the North Carolina Collection for renewal. 



Form No. A-369 



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. EMERSON & CO.'S 

gh Directory, 

i88o-'8i. 

TE Index to the Residents of the City, 

ALSO, A CLASSIFIED 

^.libii-i'iSS DIRECTORY. 



TO WHICH IS ADDBD AN 



[NO Useful Information of City, County, 
AND Miscellaneous Matters, 

TOGETHER WITH A 

>kk et directory, 

! Gazetteer of Wake County, 

—AND A— 

[RECTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



•ice, Three Dollars. 



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

1879. 



A. W. LAWRENCE. 



Established 1867. 



W. W. SMITH. 



OF 

LAWRENCE & SMITH, 

RALEIGH, N. C, 

Representing flr.st-class Ent^Iish and American Companies, with combined assets 
amounting to over 

$50,000,000.00. 

i9S~Ag-pnts wanted where our Companies are not alreadj' represented. Insurance 
effected in any part of the State. 







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48 ISAAC CETTINGBE, 48 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALI^R IN 




Ladies' Fancy, Furnishing, Needle 
and Hair Goods. 

48 Fayetteville St., KALEIGtH, IV. O. 

Mrs. (Ettinger Attends to the 3*Iillinery Branch. 
B^'Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention. 



RETAIL DEALER AND JOBBER OF 



Dry (j06c1s, lotions, Clothing, Hats, Ca^ps, 

Boyden's and Miles' Hand-Made Boots and Shoes, 

Trunks, Valises, White Goods, &c., 

MOTTO: GOOD GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES. 

South Corner Fayetteville Street and Exchange Place, 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PA01C. 

Appendix J8l 

Banks \-ll 

Business Directory — ^o» 

Churches '»* 

County Government IS* 

Educatioual ]9» 

Gazetteer of Wake County *^^ 

General Directory of Names. ^ 

Government of North Caroliaa 1°» 

Historical Sketch of Raleigh ^9 

Index £ 



Introductory. 



Population \i "," c'h' ^ 

Post-Office D rectory Back ot iJoo^ 

Street Directory ; 



United States Courts. 



Advertisements. 



187 



38 



AllenJS&Oo ,, 

AndrewsRB&Co Jl 



ArmstrouK John 
Betts & Kin 



213 
38 



Blackwell W T & Co Back Cover 



Border Review 



180 



Brings T II .i Sons Front Cover 



Bullock & Thompson. 



38 



BusbeeWM 1^1 

Christophers & Sorrell ■■ ^]* 

FrapsAW ft* 

Gray & Stamps l™ 

Gulley J P I 

Hardie Mrs M A ■ • i„- ° 

Hi^ies House Iront Paster 

HiUFB ; -^f 

HillTY ■■ 1°^ 

Hunt AT „,* 

HutchinRsWB f'* 

Indiana House ''^ 



Kelvyn Nursery. 



10 

Kinsrsley & Ashley ^SO 

Lawrence & Smith Vi^v^;', * 

Lumsden JC S ^ Front Paster 

Magnm Albert ^^* 

Mahler H • • " * 

National Hotel inset 

CEtling;erI ^'V^'\ 

0'K>llv & Baker Front Paster 

Piedmont Air-Line Railway Back Paster 

Redlord & Areiulell 8 

Raleijrh & Augusta Air-Line *"* 

Raleigh Male Academy ' J* 

Salem Female College '1 

Stewart's N Y Gallery ■•-• ,■•'»" 

Stone J L Front Cover 

St Mary's School 8 

The Evenin<< Visitor V T 

The N C Home Insurance Company ^"^„ 



The Observer. 



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The Raleigh Christian Advocate Inset 

Tucker W H & R S I"^^* 

TnrnerYE l^ 

"Whitelaw & Campbell • ■ u-^'^'* 

WiUiamsA&Co .FrontPaster 

Yarbrough House ° 



5i Mmf"^ §ili®®lj 

RALEIGH, N. C, 

(Founded 1842.) 

THE REV. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M., 

Kector and Principal. 

MRS. C. DeR. MEARLS, 

Lady Principal. 

Special advantages offered in the 

MUSICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Two Teachers from the Eoyal Leipzig Cousen-atory ; a fine Pipe 
Organ of two manuals and twenty stops. Lectures on Harmony and 
Counterpoint twice a week. 

THE ART DEPARTMENT, 

Newly fitted out ^\ith the best models from Europe, also offers special 
inducements to Art pupils. The teacher in charge of this Department 
had the unusual advantage of a course of study with one of our greatest 
Artists. A full com-se of lectures are also given on Art and kindred 
subjects. 

Efficient Teachers in Every Department. 

THE FINEST SITUATION IN THE SOUTH. 

Large, Commodious Buildings. Every Advantage 

offered for Mental, Moral and Physical 

Education. 

S&^7Gth term begins January 30th, 1880. 

For circular containing terms and full particulars, address the Rector. 








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INTRODUCTORY. 



To THE Citizens of Raleigh : 

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

It is our intention to renew the Directory in 1881, 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 1881, we remain 

Yours respectfully, 

CHAS. EMERSON & CO. 



MRS. M. A. HARDIE, 

Fashionable Milliner, 

OPPOSITE TUCKER'S, 

J©*Satisfaetion Guaranteed in Prices, Styles and Materials, 
one but Fii-st-Class Work sent to my patrons. 



Yarbrough House, 

RALEIGH, N, C. 
fr. W. BLACSIALL, Proprietor. 

'We Strive to Please. 



lanufacturing Jeweler and Engraver, 

AND DEALER IN 

Watches, Diamonds ^-yo- Jewelry, Silver ■sm Plated "Ware. 

Keeps a foil line of all articles found in a first-class Jewelry store. 

Plain and Fancy Rings made to order on the shortest J^otice. 
(Send for Patent Ring Size.) 

Hair Jewelry, College Badges, Medals and Seals a Specialty, 

Orders from a distance solicited. Goods sent on approval to any part of the State 
on satisfactory references. 

H. 3IAHLEB, Raleigh, N: C. 

J. F. REDFORD. F. B. ARENDELL. 

REDFORD & ARENDELL, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



Ijci^fniw 



Proyislon Dealers and Coinmissiou Mercliauts, 

Nos. 5 and 7 IBargett Street, RALEIGH, I^f. €. 

Our motto is "Fan- Dealing to All," to which we strictly adliere. 
Call on us or send us your orders. P. O. Lock Box 253. 



RALEIGH STREET DIRECTORY, 

[For Abbreviations see page 39.] 



Bloodworth, 4th e Fayetteville n and s to limits 
Blount, 2d e Fayetteville n and s to limits 
Boylan av, 6th w of the Capitol, from Hillsboro s to limits 
Cabarrus, 5th s of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Cannon, 1st s South, from McDowell w to limits 
Davie, 4th s of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Dawson, 3d w Fayetteville n and s to limits 
East, 5th e Fayetteville n and s lo limits 
Edenton, 1st n of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Fayetteville, main business street, from the Capitol s to lim- 
its 
Halifax, continuation of Fayetteville, from the Capitol n to 

limits 
Hargett, 2d s of the Capitol e and wto limits 
Harrington, 4th w Fayetteville n and s to limits 
Haywood, 6th e Fayetteville, from Davie s to Lenoir 
Hillsboro, 1 n Morgan, from the Capitol w to limits 
Johnson, 5tli n of the Capitol, from Halifax w to limits 
Jones, 2d n of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Lane, 3d n of the Capitol, from West e to limits 
Lenoir, 6th s of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Lynden av, 6th e Halifax, from Jones n to North 
Manly av, from cor McDowell and Cannon s e to Faj^'ette- 

ville 
Martin, 3d s of the Capitol e and w to limits 
McDowell, 2d w Fayetteville, from North s to limits 
Morgan, 1st s of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Newbern av, 1st n Morgan, from the Capitol e to limits 
North, 4th n of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Peace, 6th n of the Capitol e and w to limits 
Person, 3d e Fayetteville n and s to limits 
Polk, 5th n of the Capitol, from Wilmington e to limits 
Salisbury, 1st w of Fayetteville, from South n to limits 
Saunders, 6th w of the Capitol, from Hillsboro n to limits 



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Smithfield, 1 s of South, from Wilmington east to limits 
South, 7th s of the Capitol, from West e to East 
Swain, Gth e Fayetteville, from Davie n to Newborn av 
Tucker, 1st n North, from Salisbury w to limits 
Weldon, 1st n Peace, w from Halifax to limits 
West, 5th AV Fayetteville n and s to limits 
Wihnington, 1st e Fayetteville n and s to limits 



Kelvyn Nursery, 

PITTSBORO', CHATHAM CO., N. C, 

oilers the largest stock in the State, of 

EYGrgrscns, Ornamental Trees^ 

Flowering Shrubs, Roses in all varieties, and 
Hardy Perennial Plants, 

— ALSO, — 

Flower Seeds, Bulbs and Greenliouse Plants. 

Plans for Improvement of yards and gTounds carefully prepared. 

All Ornamental Shrubbery adapted to our climate can be promptly 
supplied. Bills of $5 and upwards supplied free of freight, in Kaleigh. 
Daily communication with the city. Keferences in all parts of the State. 

The Nursery has been in operation for twelve years, and olfers for 
1880, several hundred thousand Trees and Plants of the choicest varie- 
ties, and at very low prices. Write for any Plant, Seed, or Bulb that 
may be desired. A specialty of the Nursery is the collection of 

FINE EVERGREENS FOR CEMETERY LOTS. 

Roses in 100 varieties; Flowering Shrubs in 200 varieties; 

the Jjest Native and European Shade Trees, including 

many rare sorts. 

The leading and most valuable varieties of 

Fruit Trees of all descriptions. Grape Vines, Currants, 
Raspberry and Strawberry Plants, 

promptly furnished upon order. 
Address, 

C. B. DENSON, 

PITTSBORO^ N. O. 



)rders may also be addressed to the subscriber at City Post 
Office, Ealeigh, N. C. 




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SALEM, N. C. 

FOXJNDKD 180S. 

A notably pleasant and safe home and high-class school 
for girls and young women. Painstalcing instruction. 
Number of studies carefully limited to the requirements of 
practical life. No social distractions. Eight resident lady 
teachers. Sixteen instructors. 

Advanced course of liberal (English or Classical) study for 
graduation. Superior advantages in Music, French and 
German. 

Terms $215 perS cholastic year of ten months, (Sep- 
tember to June. ) 

Rev. J. T. ZORN, Principal. 



THE ACADEMY, 

Monthly Journal of Salem Female Academy. 

Contains Original Essays, Correspondence, School Intelligence and 
Personals, of special interest to all former pupils. 



R. B. AKDKEWS. 



S. W. WHITIIVO. 




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Eespectfully announce that their stock of 

CLOTHING, 

Hats and Caps for Men and Boys, 
Is complete and will be kept so each season. 

DRESS SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, 

Ties, Scarfs, Suspenders, 

HALF HOSE, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, 
UHDERV7EAR. 

S^'Orders ])y Mail or Express will receive 
prompt attention. 

27 FiyeWk Street, - - RALEISH, 1 1, 



Raleigh Male Academy, 

JOHN J. FRAY, (Univ. of Va.) IpH^ciDals 
HUGH MORSON, (Univ. of Va.) / ^^^^^^P^^^' 

Boys prepared for College, and for the active business 

pursuits of life. 
Session always commences 1st Monday in September, 

AND CONTINUES TEN MONTHS. 

For cii-culars containing terms, testimonials, &c., address either of the 
Principals, Kaleigh, N. C. 

THE EVENING VISITOEr 

The Cheapest Daily Paper ever Published in the State. 

The Evening Visitor will be sent to any part of the United States 
for $3 a year, in advance, postage paid. Clubs of five, one month, $1.00. 

Terms of Advertising Very Moderate. 

Published every afternoon, in the city of Raleigh, by the 

VISITOR PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

S^^Send for specimen copy. 

SAMUEL A. ASHE, Editor and Proprietor. 

A live Democratic newspaper. Sound, well established, reliable. 

Daily, $6.00 per year. 

Semi-Weekly, 3.00 per year. 

Weekly, 2.00 per year. 

ayable in advance. 



The Raleigh Nev^s, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
GEORGE C. JORDAN, Editor and Proprietor. 

Daily, $5.00 per year. Weekly, $1.00 per year. 

;8^°Leading Democratic paper of the State. 



HISTORICAL SKETCH 

OF THE 

CITY OF RALEIGH. 



In the year 1587, on the Island of Roanoke, a village was 
built, and named in honor of Sir Walter Raleigh. But 
this new-born city of Raleigh had utterly disappeared upon 
the return of Governor White from England, in 1790. From 
that date, for two centuries, there was really no Capital City 
of what is now known as North Carolina. The Governor 
and all the Provincial and State officers resided where it 
best pleased them, and only for the four years beginning 
with 1771 was there any fixed locality assuming to be the 
real seat of Government. After the completion of the palace 
built b}' Governor Tryon, in Newbern, until the breaking 
out of the Revolution, that City on the Neuse was the resi- 
dence of the royal Chief Magistrates, and the designated 
scene for the enactment of laws by the General Assembly. 
With the upheaval and confusion of 1775 New^bern lost 
this short-lived importance, and for thirteen years, though 
some of the Governors lived in the palace, others did not, 
and the General Assembly met at whatever town might best 
suit the majority of the members. 

Fayetteville, Halifax and Hillsboro soon, became the 
most favored of the many towns which desired and struggled 
for the honor and emoluments obtained in entertaining the 
Governor and the Legislature in the annual sessions of the 
latter. JudgeGaston,in a speech delivered in the Convention 
of 1835, asserted that this annual contest over the next place 
of meeting for the General Assembly had grown into an in- 
tolerable nuisance, and absorbed a large portion of the time 
and attention of the legislators. It was made a matter of 
more importance than the gravest legislation, or the filling 



20 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

of the highest offices, so many of which then rested in the 
keeping of the General Assembly. The territory now form- 
ing the State of Tennessee was then a portion of North 
Carolina. Members from that far off region generally in- 
sisted upon the selection of Hillsboro, while the populous 
counties of the east would rarely consent to go further west 
than Faycttevillc. It was at last determined that this wan- 
dering about of the seat of Government should cease, and 
the people were directed, by the act of Assembly calling the 
Convention of 1788, to vote upon the question as to whether 
that body should settle upon some point as the future seat 
of Government. Fayetteville, then a town of two thousand 
inhabitants, had been the foremost in candidacy ; but the 
Convention acting in pursuance of the popular instructions, 
ordered that the Legislature should select some spot within 
ten miles of the farm of Isaac Hunter, in the county of Wake. 
This result was said to have grown out of the defection of 
Timothy Bloodworth, of New Hanover, who had previously, 
with all the Cape Fear people, supported the pretensions of 
the town in Cumberland. 

Notwithstanding this ordinance of the Convention, the 
Legislature was in no hurry to carry out the decree. Years 
elapsed before the matter was finally settled, and it was only 
in 1791 that a bill was passed by which Frederick Hargett, 
Willie Jones, William Johnston Dawson, Joseph McDowell, 
Thomas Blount, James Martin and others, were directed to 
select and purchase a suitable place for the future City. 
When a like bill, in the j)i"evious Legislature, was brought 
to its third reading in the House of Commons there was a 
tie vote of fifty-one for, and the same number opposed to its 
passage, Stephen Cabarrus, of Chowan, then Speaker, gave 
the deciding vote, and it went to the Senate with like result, 
when General William Lenoir, Speaker of that body, de- 
feated the measure by voting in the negative. On the 4th 
day of April they met, and having chosen the plantation of 
Col. Joel Lane, at Wake Court House, they purchased the 
same. The tract contained a thousand acres. On four hun- 
dred of these were located lines describing the streets and 
boundaries of the City of Raleigh. The Commissioners re- 
served five squares of four acres each for public use, and 
sold at auction two hundred and seventy -six lots, containing 
one acre in each parcel. The central reservation upon 



HISTORY OP RALEIGH. 21 

which the State House was to bo located, was called Union 
Square, and the four others were named in honor of Gov- 
ernor Richard Caswell, Judge Alfred Moore, Governor Abncr 
Nash and Governor Thomas iJurkc, respectively. 

The Commissioners who were thus the founders of Raleigh 
were distinguished nuen. Frederick Hargett was long |)r()m- 
inent as a Senator from .Jones County. Willie Jones liad 
then retired in disgust at the adoption of the Federal Con- 
stitution, but for many years previously had even surpassed 
Governor Caswell in the real depth and permanence of jjjs 
influence in the Provincial Congresses and State Legisla- 
tures. Col. McDowell was his successor in Democratic 
control. He had been a gallant soldier, and was generally 
respected for his high character and unvarying wisdom. 
Col. James Martin was the brother of Alexander Martin, 
then Governor of the State, and had also given distinguislicd 
service to the patriot cause in the Revolution. Mr. Dawson 
was highly educated and respected, but died early while 
a member of Congress from the Edenton District. He lived 
at Eden House, in Bertie, where his ancestors, Governors 
Eden and Gabriel Johnston had likewise resided. Messrs. 
Blount and Dawson were specially entrusted with the ex- 
penditure of the funds devoted to the erection of the State 
House, and they also supervised the progress of that work. 
Blount, like Dawson, was born in Bertie but dwelt in Edge- 
combe, where he was greatly valued. He was long 
prominent in the State Assembly, and also a member of the 
United States Congress for twelve years. He was a brother 
of Governors William and Willie Blount, of Tennessee, and 
of General John Gray Blount, of Beaufort County. 

A single session of the General Assembly had been held 
at Wake Court House during the progress of the Revolution, 
but it was still a mere hamlet and not even worthy to be 
called a village. The buildings for public use were not fit 
for occupation until late in 1794. In the month of Novem- 
ber in that year the Legislature held its first session in the 
new City of Raleigh, The State House was a large building 
of brick and wood, located wliere the present Capitol so ma- 
jestically stands. It was built of the proceeds of the City 
lots recently disposed of at auction. It had no ornaments 
to relieve its huge ugliness, and cost twenty thousand dol- 
lars. Its form and arrangements were very much like those 
of the present building. It was used for a variety of pur- 



22 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

poses, and when not graced with the assembled wisdom, 
was a house of worship on the Sabbath, and a theatre 
or ball-room during the week. 

Tiic sale of lots produced much competition among pur- 
chasers, who came to the sale in a majority of cases to 
invest their money in speculation. Many lost heavily in 
those ventures and realized upon actual sale far less than 
the sum expended. The State had paid Colonel Joel 
Lane at the rate of seven dollars and a half per acre for 
that portion of the tract still uncleared, and five dollars an 
acre for the old field west of Fayetteville street, the whole 
sum amounting to less than seven thousand dollars. The 
sale of lots produced six thousand, six hundred and twelve 
pounds and fifteen shillings ; that is, thirty-three thousand 
and sixty-five dollars. In 1801 a quarter of an acre on 
Fayetteville street, above Hargett, only brought sixty dol- 
lars, though now worth full fifteen thousand. In 1796, 
during the rule of Governor Ashe, a great sensation grew 
out of the land frauds of Glasgow, Armstrong and others. 
The Governor was warned by letter of conspiracies forming 
in Tennessee to shield the culprits. There was a ball at 
Casso's tavern, and during the festivities a negro announced 
that burglars were forcing an entrance into the State House. 
A colored servant of one of the guilty men was captured and 
afterwards hanged. He was seeking to abstract the records, 
whose locality were so familiar to Tyrel, his master. 

The first newspaper established in Raleigh, in 1799, was 
the Register, a weekly journal of the usual small size seen at 
that day. It was the property of Joseph Gales, who had 
been conducting a paper in Sheflield, in England, and was 
forced to leave his native land to avoid a prosecution grow- 
ing out of his expressing liberal views, and the Govern- 
ment's intense alarm at the aspects of the French revolution. 
Mr. Gales was a wise and honorable man, and was a great 
acquisition to the infant City. He combined, as did most 
editors of that day, book-selling with his press engagements, 
and not unfrequeutly devoted a broadside of the paper to 
advertising his fresh arrivals of literary treasures. 

Up to 1807 the city had but about seven hundred inhabi- 
tants. There was then no church building, and the three 
hotels were of the humblest pretensions. The Academy 
was established in 1802 by the following trustees: John 



HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 23 

Ingles, William Wliite, Nathaniel Jones, Henry Seawell, 
Simon Turner, William Boylan, John Marshall and Joseph 
Gales. Mr. Boylan was the proprietor of a second news- 
paper, called the Minerva, established a few months after the 
Register. The war of words sometimes grew bitter between 
the two editors, and in one instance proceeded to personal 
conflict. Mr. Gales was a Democrat-Republican, while Mr. 
Boylan was ever unyielding in advocacy of the j)erishing 
faith of the Federalists. 

In 1804 the Raleigh Academy had won enougli popularity 
to justify the employment of a faculty, numbering three 
persons. These were Marin Detargney, Chesley Daniel and 
Charlotte Brodie Six years later Rev. Dr. Wm. McPheelers 
came from Virginia and assumed control, and was further 
announced by the Secretary of State, William White, as 
*' Pastor of the City." Dr. McPheeters was considered a most 
faithful and competent teacher and of like good fame as a 
dispenser of the truths of religion. 

The Governor had been required by the statute of 1802 
to reside in Raleigh, and at the time now reached in this 
narrative occupied a two-story framed house on Faj'etteville 
street, filling the present site of the State National Bank. 

In 1813 the Assembly agreed that an Executive Mansion, 
not to exceed in cost twenty-five thousand dollars, should 
be built at the foot of Fayetteville street. Judges Potter and 
Seawell, William Hunter, Nathaniel Jones of Crabtree, Theo. 
Hunter and Capt. William Pearce were made Commissioners. 
This structure, which had inherited by popular courtesy the 
former title of Gov. Tryon's magnificent residence in New- 
bern, is yet a discredit to the liberality of the State and 
the taste of the Commissioners. The old Burgesses of 1767 
voted seventy-five thousand dollars for an executive man- 
sion, when perhaps the public means were ten-fold less than 
were in the reach of their Republican successors. They 
doubtless remembered tlie odium incurred by the men of a 
former day on the charge of profusion, and erred in the op- 
posite direction. Gov. William Miller, of Warren, was the 
first occupant of the new mansion, and presided over the 
State's destinies for the three years of war and disaster, when 
America was renewing her battles for freedom against the 
power of Great Britain. 

Judge Potter mentioned above was a Granville man by 



24 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

birth, and Judge of the United States District Court in 
Korth Carolina. He succeeded John Sitgreaves, who died 
in 1801, and he lingered in office for more than a half cen- 
tury. He was good and true, but never an able man. Very 
different was Henry Seawell. He had left his trade as a 
carpenter to become one of the most powerful and overbear- 
ing advocates ever seen in the State. He was ''cock of the 
walk" as a criminal lawyer, and perhaps a match for even 
John Stanly in the strength and violence of his oratory. 

Capt. William Peace and his brother Josej^h were models 
as wise and reputable tradesmen. They were to accumulate 
large fortunes, and dying perpetuate their names in the in- 
stitution now so prosperous under Presbyterian auspices as 
a female college. 

Colonel William Polk was probably the most conspicuous 
citizen then in Raleigh. His brilliant service in the Revo- 
lution, his large wealth and social position gave him great 
weight and consideration. He dwelt at the head of Blount 
street in the house uow used as the Baptist Female Seminary, 
and was the first President of the Bank of North Carolina. 
He married Sarah Hawkins and was the father of the late 
Bishop, Leonidas Polk, and Mrs. Kenneth Rayner. John 
Haywood was then Treasurer of the State, and with his 
brothers, Sherwood, Stephen and William Henry Ha^'wood, 
was also a resident of Raleigh. John Haywood was the first 
Mayor of the town, and was universally admired and be- 
loved for his soundness of head and heart. His kinsman, 
Judge John Haywood, had gone to Tennessee, but is j^et re- 
membered as one of the very ablest lawyers ever seen in the 
State. This remarkable family have still continuance in this 
respect, for in Col. Edward Graham Haywood, now of the 
Raleigh Bar, there is a reproduction of his astute and learned 
collateral ancestor. W^illiam Boylan was reared a printer 
and was laying the foundation of a fortune, which was to 
become of great proportions in the hands of his son. He was 
a man of much gravity in his demeanor and an intense Fed- 
eralist in his political views. James Comans was a prosper- 
ous merchant, occupying the only brick store in Raleigh. 
Col. William White, of Lenoir, had succeeded the disgraced 
James Glasgow as Secretary of State, and was a man of much 
prudence and wisdom. His daughters married Daniel L. 



HISTORY OF RALETGH. 25 

Barringer, Gov. David L. Swain and Gen. Boone Felton, be- 
ing the granddaughters of Governor CaswelL 

The Raleigh tStar was established in 1809 by Jones & 
Henderson. Col. Thomas Henderson was much admired 
for his bonhomie and high spirits. He and a Scotch mer- 
chant named Galium on one occasion narrowly escaped 
drowning, and were only rescued by the bravery of Jacob 
Johnson, father of the late President, who occupied the 
humble position of porter to the Bank of the State of North 
Carolina. The future Chief Magistrate of the nation was 
then a child, and is said to have been born in the corner lot 
next to the Capitol, where Stronach's grocery is now to be 
found. It was then a tavern, and was afterwards for many 
years the bookstore of H. D. Turner, whose name yet sur- 
vives in the valuable almanacs issued by Mr. Enniss. Presi- 
dent Johnson was reared as a tailor, but left upon growing 
to man's estate, and in Tennessee won his way to fame and 
fortune. 

The first church built in Raleigh was erected by Rev. 
William Glendenning, an eccentric and partially demented 
O'Kelleyite, who traded and preached to a congregation 
who made small returns in the shape of salary. The Meth- 
odists next erected a building of wood upon Edenton street. 
The Baptists in 1813 followed with another, which was moved 
over from its original position to Moore Square. This de- 
nomination at that day had strangel}' avoided the towns in 
their church efforts. They were strong and aggressive in 
the rural districts, but had just begun to seek for foothold 
in the populous centres. The Presbyterian church, still 
standing near the Capitol, was erected in 1817, and it was 
not till 1829 that Christ church was erected by the Episco- 
palians. 

The fires of 1820 and 1821 led to the formation of fire 
companies. The ineffectual water-works, which had been 
erected in 1815, had already' been abandoned. Time 
and again a large portion of Fayetteville street was burned 
down, and to this day the best supply of the only means of 
combating the destroying element consists of cisterns sunk 
in the streets and kept filled for an emergency. 

Raleigh received a considerable benefit in the creation of 
the Supreme Court on its present basis in 1818. This was 
accomplished chiefly through the exertions of Bartlett Yaa- 



26 PIISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

cey, of Caswell, who was equally distinguished as a lawyer and 
statesman. Chief Justice Taylor took up his residenco at the 
place afterwards the home of Judge Saunders and now oc- 
cupied by Capt. Samuel A. Ashe. Judge Taylor was a great 
addition to the permanent society of the city, and was well 
called by the laie Gov. Swain the "Mansfield of North Caro- 
lina." Gavin Hogg and Peter Browne were the most promi- 
nent of the resident lawyers. Mr. Hogg had been reared in 
Orange, but came from Windsor to Raleigh, having in Ber- 
tie laid broad the foundation of his ultimate success at the 
bar. He was an austere man, with great powers of invec- 
tive and thorough comprehension of legal technicalities. 
His rival, Peter Browne, was a Scotchman, and also an able 
lawyer. Both made large fortunes, and as Browne was a 
bachelor, many of his Raleigh friends are said to have in- 
dulged in great expectations as to the terms of his will. 
After discussing the merits of unnumbered good dinners at 
their expense, Peter Browne slept with his fathers, and gave 
his half million of dollars to a nephew in Scotland. Moses 
Mordecai was another good lawyer and prominent in the 
courts. 

In 1825 the Capital City was moved to its core with the 
famous visit of Gen. Lafayette. Chief Justice Taylor and 
Col. Wm. Polk went to Jackson, in Northampton county, to 
meet him., and the great Frenchman honored his old com- 
rade-in-arms with a hearty embrace. He and Col. Polk had 
served together under the immediate eye of Washington and 
a sincere attachment grew up between the two, who were 
then both very young. The Marquis was feted and honored 
as his great services in the past had deserved, and he went 
on his way, everywhere receiving the greetings of a people 
that he, a half century before, had shed his blood and treas- 
ure to defend. His portrait in an engraving may be yet 
seen in the Capitol as he stood with Miss Elizabeth Hay- 
wood admiring the noble proportions of Conova's statue of 
Washington. Alas! this splendid work of art was soon to 
be lost to the world. In 1831, while a mechanic was en- 
gaged in some repairs on the roof of the Capitol, he acciden- 
tally set fire thereto and consumed the building, with the 
costly work of art. 

The sessions of the Legislature, the residence of the Gov- 
ernor, and the Supreme Court room made Raleigh a place 



W. H. II. TUCKER. R. S. TUCKER. 

W. H. ac R. S. TUCKER, 

Wliolesiile and Retail Dealers and Jobbers in 

f orei;& ani Soisestic Sr; @oois, 

Hats, Boots, Shoes, Carpetings, Notions, &c., 

Xo. 23 and 25 Fayetteville Street, 




c¥^ 



Dedicated by Hon. D. 
L. Swain, August 24th, 
1867, for 

Lectures, 

Concerts, 
Theatricals, &c. 

Was built in 1867; 
seats 800 to 1,000 peo- 
ple; has eleven full sets 
of Scenery. 

Height of Stage, 18 feet. 

Width of Stage, 25 feet. 

Depth of Stage, 30 feet. 

jg^^-The largest, best 
ventilated and conve- 
niently situated of nny 
in the city. 



Metropolitan Hall, 

Erected by the City for City purposes, over the Market. 



HISTOllY OF RALEIGH. 27 

of great advantage to men of culture and professional at- 
taiumeiils. Judge George E. Badger, Judge R. M. Saun- 
ders, Thomas Pollock Devcreux, Bartholomew F. Moore, Gov. 
James Iredell, John H. Bryan, James B. Shepherd, and 
others, came from the rural districts and immensely added 
to the legal and social coteries. The inland situation and 
want of means for transportation ut' merchandise made the 
city's grosvih very slow until the inauguration of the inter- 
nal iraprovenients. In 1833 a railroad was chartered to be 
built from Raleigh to the Roanoke. It connected with the 
Petersburg and Weldon route at Gaston, This work was 
finished in 1840, and was thus coincident with the comple- 
tion of the new Capitol, the building of which had been be- 
gun in the same year with the raiU'oad. The ('apitol cost 
considerabl}' more than a half million of dollars. 

Messrs. Joseph and William Peace had long and prosper- 
ous lives and grew rich as merchants. In 1818 Rufiiu 
Tucker and his brother William C. Tucker commenced bus- 
iness with slender capital, in a small framed building on 
Fayetteville street on precieely the same site wliere his sous 
are now each year selling goods amounting to hundreds of 
thousands of dollars in value. This establishment is the 
oldest and strongest in the State, and has long been charac- 
terized by large enterprise, strict integrity and abundant 
success. In the darkest hours of the State's prostration after 
the ruin of the war W. H. & R. S. Tucker proceeded, in ad- 
vance of all similar improvements in Raleigh, to erect their 
spacious building, which is yet unapproached as a store-house 
in North Carolina. 

Upon the death of Joseph Gales, in 1842, he was succeeded 
in the editorial management of the Raleigh Register by his 
son Western Raleigh. This paper, upon the formation of 
the Whig party, became its organ, and was a great favorite 
with its su})porters. W. R. Gales was a genial and excellent 
man, and like his father, devoted all his days to the con- 
duct of his paf)er ami the duties of his office when Mayor of 
the city. William Dallas Haywood came after him in dis- 
pensing justice to minor offenders, and remained Mayor un- 
til about the time of the breaking out of the late war between 
the States. 

In 1843 Rev. Aldert Smedes came to the city and estab- 
lished^St. Mary's School for the education of young ladies. 



28 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

This most deserving and popular seminary was under the 
j)atr6nage and visitation of Right Reverend L. Silliman 
Ives, then Episcopal Bishop of North Carolina. It rapidly 
grew into public favor and is yet recognized as a chosen seat 
of learning and the feminine graces. 

Another great impetus to the growth and trade of Raleigh 
was the inauguration of the North Carolina Railroad, in 
1848. At that time the Raleigh and Gaston route had be- 
come almost a complete failure. The track was in wretched 
repair, and the travel and traffic of a year would scarcely 
equal ^that of a single month at the present time. The 
small, worn-out engines consumed about twenty hours in 
passing from Gaston to Raleigh, and were fast making rail- 
roads a mockery in the estimation of all who knew of 
other and better sustained lines of travel. A great change 
was to come as the iron tracks went back to the mountains, 
and opened into other States. In no quarter was a larger 
benefit to be realized than to Raleigh. As a general thing 
the Democrats had opposed the building of railroads by the 
General and State Governments, but the great scheme of 
1848 was reported by William S. Ashe, of New Hanover, as 
chairman of the House Committee on Internal Improve- 
ments, and finally passed the Senate by the casting vote of 
Mr. President Calvin Graves, of Caswell, who was also a 
Democrat. No modern people have been able to keep 
abreast with the world's civilization without sufficient high- 
ways. They are the truest tests and exponents of the real 
culture and resources of a community, and without them 
the toil of men and fertility of soil are alike abortive 
and fruitless. 

With the breaking out of the great war, in 1861, Raleigh 
became, more than ever before, the head and heart of North 
Carolina. Here were gathered into camps of instruction a 
large portion of the army, numbering first and last almost 
one hundred and twenty-five thousand men, sent out by 
North Carolina to uphold the Southern Government. The 
City furnished many men who were brave and true in 
the unavailing contest. General L. 0. B. Branch, Lt.-Col. 
George P. Br3'an, Major James J. Iredell, like many other 
former citizens of tlie place, were brought home on their 
shields, having sealed their faith with their blood. 

Raleigh, in all its history, was never in such peril as 



HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 29 

when ex-Governors Graham and Swain, accompanied hy 
Surgeon-General Edward Warren, went forward to arrange 
the terms of the Capital's captivity under General Sherman. 
Conductor D. T. Ward, of Franklinton, had charge of the 
railway train, on which they penetrated the Federal lines, 
and, at serious peril, besouglit the devastors of the South to 
spare the City. The recent surrender of Gen. R. E. Lee, 
and the utter hopelessness of Gen. J. E. Johnston's position, 
alone saved Raleigh from the fate of Atlanta and Columbia. 

Since the war the population has increased threefold. 
Palaces of trade and stately mansions have grown up in 
every quarter. In nothing lias there been so marked an 
advance as in the means of education. First, the Baptist 
Female Seminary, and then the Peace Institute, and then 
Shaw University, and the Graded School, and others fol- 
lowed in rapid succession, until pupils in the corporate 
limits are numbered by the thousand. 

The noble State charities seen in the Asylums for the in- 
sane, and for the blind and dumb were never in more 
admirable condition than at present. Dr. Eugene Grissom 
has become national in his reputation as a skilful restorer 
of lost reason, the saddest and direst of human calamities. 

We conclude this sketch with an extract from the col- 
umns of Hales Weekly, setting out various matters, better 
known to the local editor. Col. Frederick A. Olds, than to 
this writer : 

All North Carolinians are interested in and proud of 
their Capital City. The name it bears is significant and 
appropriate. Its central position makes it the heart of the 
State, and its beauty and growth are the honor and hojie of 
all the people. Born with the century, it grew naturally 
because it was the city of residence of the State Government. 
It was nothing more. There was little enterprise, and no 
business, as the word is now understood. Its population 
was made up of those who came here as officers of the depart- 
ments, wealthy eastern planters who made it a summer 
resort, and the people who relied upon the drippings from 
the disbursements of the public funds for a livelihood. Its 
mild and healthful climate, its situation, and the abundance 
and sturdy beauty of its trees made those who came as so- 
journers remain to live and die in its limits. " The City of 
Oaks" was worn as a title by the young capital. A refined 



so HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

and cultivated society was the consequence of these condi- 
tions, hut there was a dearth of the j)ush and eager desire 
for rii-hes that make men risk present comlbrt for the sake 
of future case and plenty. There was enough and to spare, 
and there were no paupers. It was a skeleton citj"^ ; a beau- 
tiful village. The main thoroughfares lay like a cross on 
the city with the Capitol, one of the handsomest public 
buildings in the Union, at their intersection. They began 
at Union Square, stretching their broad lengths indefinitely 
to the points of the compass. Built of wood, fires found 
easy prey, and more than once devoured the thickly settled 
portions of the city. It grew by accretion. 

ITS WAR GROWTH. 

When the war broke out upon the country Raleigh be- 
came, the military head-quarters of the State. Camps of 
instruction were established on its outskirts. It was a sup- 
ply depot. The immense nuQ}ber of transient visitors 
created a demand for accommodations. Temporary build-r 
ings became permanent. The quick sale of all the neces- 
saries of life begot business. The fluctuations of the 
currency, and the desjierate affairs of men aroused a spirit 
of spe«!ulation, and into this excitement came the energy 
and shrewdness which it naturally attracts. From these be- 
ginnings came the present Raleigh. 

TJIE AFTER-WAR GROWTH. 

Immediately upon the cessation of hostilities, Raleigh 
was occupied by a large force of the Federal army. The 
troops were paid off, and a large amount of money was put 
in circulation. This stimulus increased the pace of its pro- 
gress. Then came the days of re-construction. The wild 
schemes of the adventurers were set on foot and matured at 
the Capital. The vast army cf subalterns that was employed 
in affecting the change in the Government of the State had 
to be paid off in fat jobs. Workmen were paid good wages 
for completing them. The leaders were as reckless of their 
own suddenly acquired wealth as they were avaricious of 
obtaining it. They sowed greenbacks broadcast, and pru- 
dent and far-sighted business men came behind them and 



HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 31 

reaped a golden harvest. Money was spent in every con- 
ceivable way in the years from 18G5 to 1870, and this period 
was undoubtedly the " flush times " of Raleigh. The ma- 
terial progress was now evident. Handsome stores and 
dwellings rose rapidly, and enterprise was manifested in 
many ways. Property was held at high figures, but found, 
ready buyers, and the place began to lose its old appear- 
ance, and assume that of a growing city. Its population 
had grown from 4,000 in 1800 to 8,000 in 1870. The im- 
provement did not prove ephemeral, but continued steadily. 
The panic of 1873 came, but did not blight the growth of 
the city, wdiose prosperity then became assured. No busi- 
ness houses sufi'ered during those dark days, and the people 
did not lose heart through the period of depression which 
followed. 

A STEADY PKOSPERITY. 

The growth of the city, though great in all parts, has been 
mainly in the eastern and northern portions. In 1870 the 
progress made in those portions is really wonderful. Shady 
streets and rows of elegant houses stand wdiere, but a short 
time past, were but bare fields or woods. 

THE COTTON BUSINESS 

had assumed large proportions on account of the high price 
of the staple, and year by year increases. The cotton of 
this section ranks high in the markets, and is always in 
special demand. In other branches trade has increased, 
until now the quiet old town has developed into a bustling 
new city. 

RAILROAD FACILITIES. 

There run into the city four railways, the Raleigh & Gas- 
ton, from Norfolk ; the North Carol imi, from Morehead 
City ; the North Carolina, from Charlotte ; and the Raleigh 
& August Air-Line, from Hamlet, These give ready access 
to all points, North, South, East and West, and place the 
city in direct communication with other business centres. 
Another road is proposed to run from Raleigh to Williams- 



$2 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

ton, and thence to Washington, and this route has been 
surveyed. 

THE COTTON TRADE. 

As has been stated, this trade has assumed large propor- 
tions. It did not really begin until 1870, and has since 
shown a steady and gratifying increase. The dealers are 
reliable and well acquainted with the staple, and the farm- 
ers have found that no place in the State is so good a 
market as this. We present below the figures, showing the 
number of bales sold here in the various years since 1874, 
with the increase, etc. : 

NO. BALES. 

Receipts for the year ending Aug. 31, 1874 25,982 

Aug. 31, 1875 35,032 

Increase 9,050 

Receipts for the year ending Aug. 31, 1876 39,774 

Increase 4,742 

Receipts for the year ending Aug. 31, 1877 44,274 

Increase 4,500 

Receipts for the year ending Aug. 31, 1878 45,318 

In crease 1 ,044 

Receipts for the year ending Aug. 31, 1879 46,394 

Increase 1,076 

BUSINESS HOUSES. 

The trade in all departments of business is good during 
the season. Large stocks are kept, and full lines carried. 
There are three banks with a capital of $1,000,000. The 
wholesale trade has increased rapidly, and the city now 
supplies several of the counties adjacent to Wake. The ex- 
tension of the Raleigh & Augusta Air Line has developed 
a fine trade, and goods are sold extensively on all the Hues 
of rail. 

FACTORIES, SHOPS, ETC. 

There is in the city three iron foundries, one boiler shop, 
five large planing mills, which, together, give employment 



HISTORY OP RALEIGH. 33 

to some 250 persons. At the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad 
shops excellent work of all kinds is done, and the engines 
and cars there built will compare with those made any- 
where in the country. There are also two furniture manu- 
factories, in which good work is done. There are two excel- 
lent quarries near tiie city, from both of which granite of a 
fine quality i.s taken, as well as three brick-yards, which are 
located near the city, and two marble and stone-cutting es- 
tablishments. 

CHURCHES. 

Our city has an unusually large number of churches. 
There are ten of these for white j : of these three are Episco- 
palian, three Methodist, two Baptist, two Presbyterian. 
There are also one Roman Catholic chapel and one Jewish 
Synagogue. Tiiere are seven colored churches — two Meth- 
odist, two Baptist, two Congregational and one Episcopalian. 
In addition there is one white and one colored chapel at 
schools. A new church is being built for the Second Bap- 
tist congregation, white, and a largebrick one for the colored 
Baptists. 

SCHOOLS. 

The city has first-class educational facilities, its schools 
having a wide rej)utation for the ability of the instructors 
and the thoroughness of the instruction given. The^e are 
three white female colleges carrying on the rolls 250 pupils. 
There is a male high school, at which 70 boys are in attend- 
ance. The white graded school has on its roster 610 child- 
ren. There are also seven other white schools, two of them 
parochial, all preparatory, with an attendance of about 150; 
making a total of 1,080 white children at our schools. There 
is a colored normal school, for male and female teachers, at 
which are some GO students ; a large colored mixed school — • 
the Shaw Collegiate Institute — with 150 ; three colored 
graded schools, with 750 ; and a colored school at Oberlin, 
with 100 — a total of over 1,000 colored children. Thus we 
find that there are at our schools 2,180 pupils. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

The Capitol, one of the finest buildings in the South, is in 



84 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

Union Square. A mile away stands the Lunatic Asylum, 
one of tiie three State institutions for those unfortunates. 
Near at hand, and in the city, are the Institutions for the 
white and colored Deaf and Dumb and the Blind. The 
United States Government has completed a magnificent 
Courthouse and Post-office. The city has a Metropolitan 
Building, containing a public hall, Mayor's court, guard and 
assembly rooms and a market, which is commodious. Near 
the city, two miles away, are located the Fair Grounds of 
the State Agricultural Society, covering forty acres, and 
which are admirably arranged. 

SUBURBAN HOMES. 

There is a growing taste for houses in the suburbs. Quite 
a town, composed almost entirely of colored people, has grown 
up a mile northwest of the city. The length is more than 
a mile, and it has some 750 inhabitants. It has been given 
the name of Oberlin. There is another suburb, called Brook- 
lyn, in the same direction, with about 100 residents. The 
houses in the city are almost entirely of wood, but little stone 
or brick being used in the construction of dwellings. An 
ample space is given each dwelling, and this causes the city 
to cover much ground. One of the public squares is used 
as a cotton yard, and another as an ornamental garden. 

CITY GOVERNMENT, &C, 

There is but little crime, comparatively speaking, here. 
The city authorities are a Mayor and Board of Aldermen. 
There is a Chief of Police and a force of ten men ; a Health 
Officer; a Street Superintendent and a street force of twenty 
laborers. There is one steam fire company, one colored fire 
company, and bucket and hook and ladder companies. Five 
comr)anies of State troops are here — two white, three colored; 
one artillery, four infantry. The city is lighted with gas 
and gasoline. There are 58 miles of streets open, 150 lamps, 
and 87 public pumps. There are thirteen fire cisterns fin- 
ished or in progress, with a total capacity of 275,000 gallons. 
There is a charity hospital for theindigentsick and disabled. 

THE year's improvement. 

During the year, up to the first of September, there were 



HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 35 

completed three brick stores, five of wood, and thirty one 
dwellings of all descriptions, many of them handsome ones. 
There are now in progress three stores, of wood; two 
churches; three brick dwellings, and tv*enty-eight dwellings 
of wood. A number of improvements have been made on 
the streets and side-walks. The roads out from the city 
afford excellent drives, and the citizens have an unusually 
large number of fine equipages. 

GENERAL NCTES. 

There are ten papers published here. Of these three are 
dailies, six weeklies and one monthly. Two of these are 
for colored people, one of them being an industrial journal. 
The colored people will hold an Industrial Fair during the 
coming autumn. 

There are three white cemeteries, and one for colored per- 
sons, and a National and a Confederate cemetery. 

There are six hotels, nine boarding houses and five restau- 
rants in the city, which aflbrd ample accommodations to 
visitors. 

The professions are represented by men of high intelli- 
gence and character. Trade is carried on by honest mer- 
chants, and work in all departments is done by thrifty and 
sober workingmen. A good understanding between em- 
ployers and employees has avoided any necessity for strikes, 
and the labor of the year moves on as quietly as the days 
succeed the nights. Raleigh needs factories of all kinds. 
It can bear double its population without extending its 
limits, and then its population would not be dense enough 
to increase its mortality, that is now insignificant in com- 
parison with other cities of tiie Union. The people of Ral- 
eigh are given to hospitality, and strangers coming amongst 
us linger with delight and leave us with reluctance. 

CENTENNIAL GRADED SCHOOL. 

This school was establishe<l for whites in 187G, in the old 
Governor's Mansion, at the foot of Fayetteville street. On 
the first of August in that year it was opened. There was 
an attendance of 40U pupils during the first month of its 
existence. Capt. Dugger was then, as now, the Principal, 



36 HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 

and was assisted by eight teachers. The greater portion of 
the teachers had but little experience, and found the new 
systems of instruction somewhat hard to master, but they 
soon became proficient. During the year 1876 there were 
668 children on the rolls. In 1877, the second year, there 
were 503 enrolled. In 1878 there were 611 pupils, and an- 
other teacher was added. The present term opened with 
618 children on the rolls during the month of August. 
There are now ten teachers — three male, seven female. Of 
the pupils 314 are boys and 304 girls. The average age of 
the children is ten years, though many are there who are 
nearly grown ; no children attend under six years. In the 
Kindergarten department are 175 children of an average 
age of seven years. There is much music about the build- 
ing, and to it all the motions of the scholars are executed. 
In the play grounds, which are large, the children are kept 
entirely separate. The school obtains from all sources about 
$5,000 per annum; the building is rented from the Gov- 
ernor, and has been somewhat altered in the interior to 
better fit it for its present uses. There are now ten rooms, 
but they are illy adapted for use as a school. The system of 
teaching in a graded school permits one teacher to instruct 
more pupils than could otherwise be taught by two persons. 
The school is generally liked in the city, though of course, as 
in all public institutions, there are some objectionable feature s. 

THE JOHNSON SCHOOL. 

This is the largest in numbers of the colored graded schools, 
and is situated near Hilisboro street, rear of the Methodist 
church, colored. It was organized as a school in 1855, and 
was then altogether in charge of white teachers from the 
North. Now the teachers are all appointed by the School 
Committee, who have jurisdiction over all such matters. 
There are at this school 180 pupils, who are in three depart- 
ments — first and second intermediate, and first and second 
primary. The Principal is Miss Louise S. Dorr, and there 
are four teachers — three male, one female. In the highest 
department of instruction there are classes in Latin, algebra, 
chemistry, etc. Special care is given in this to fit pupils to 
become teachers. 



HISTORY OF RALEIGH. 37 



THE BAPTTST SCHOOL. 

This colored graded school is held in the Baptist church 
on Halifax street, near the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad shops, 
and the school was established this year with pupils taken 
from the old school at Tupper's church. There are now en- 
rolled 159 pupils. The teachers are three in number — one 
male, two female. 

THE ST. AUGUSTINE SCHOOL. 

This other branch of the former graded school at Tupper's 
church, is held at St. Augustine church, near the Deaf, 
Dumb and Blind Asylum. It is small in numbers, there 
being only thirty pupils enrolled, with one teacher — a fe- 
male — in charge. 

EAST RALEIGH SCHOOL. 

This school is also a graded one. It is situated on Davie 
street, in one of the old wooden buildings used at the old 
Fair Grounds. The number of pupils the present session is 
73, who are in charge of a male teacher. The school was 
first organized in November, 1878. 

Tt will be seen from the above that there are now on the 
rolls of the white graded school 618 pupils, and on the rolls 
of the four colored graded schools 442 scholars, giving a to- 
tal of 1,060 in attendance at the public schools of the city. 
There is also a graded school in Oberlin for colored child- 
ren, which carries on its rolls about one hundred. One 
thing noticeable is the absence of proper school buildings 
for either the white or colored public schools. All save one 
are held in wooden buildings, while the white school is in a 
building in nowise suitable. As public spirit becomes im- 
proved, it is hoped that the city will erect two large and 
substantial structures, one for each race, with accommoda- 
tions for two thousand children. The growth of the city 
will in all ways demand this in the near future. 



POPULATION OF RALEIGH, N. C. 

(As taken by the Publishers of this Work, November 10, 1S79.) 

Wliite Males 2,732 

White Females 3,039 

5,771 

ColoredMales 2,161 

Colored Females 2,886 

5,047 

Total 10,813 

Tlien^are also between twelve and fifteen hundred outside of tlie cor- 
poration not included in this report. 

JACOB S. ALLEN. FEED. A. WATSON. 

JACOB S. ALLEN ac CO., 

RALEIGH, N. C 

Building Contractors, 

AND MANUFACTUTtEES OF 

SASH, DOORS, BLmBS, B^OULDIHGS, BRACKETS, 

:and all, kinds of 
Ornamental, Scroll and Turned Work. 

WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES MADE TO ORDER- 

O-Grive VLH a Call Before Orderiiije- 

Shops Located on Harrington Street, where it Crosses E. & G. R. R. 

W. D. BETTS. M. F. KING. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

CHOICE FAMILY SRGCERISS 

And Farmers' Supplies. 

S©"Strict personal attention given to consignments, and quick sale 
for best prices, and prompt returns guaranteed. 

Nos. 9 and 11 Hargett Street, 
^ RALEIGH, N. C 

C. W. BULLOCK. W. D THOMPSON. 

BULLOCK & THOMPSON?, 

COJVTRACTORS ITOii 

House, Sign and Ornamental Painting, 

RALEIGH, B:. C. 

We do all kinds of painting in every i)ortion of tlie State, and guaran- 
tee entire satisfaction in everj' case. Eefer to every good citizen of Eal- 
eigh, and to our work, wliich can be .seen anvwl)ere you iro. 

Addr.-.ss all orders to BULLOCIC & HO^PH<>:«, 

3 Ilargctt Street, RALEIGH, X. C. 



EMERSON & CO.'S 




agt aprent 

al alley 

av avenue 

bds boards 

bet between 

bkpr bookkeeper 

bldg building: 

elk clerk 

c colored 

com mer commission 

merchant 

condr conductor 

cor - corner 

dept deputy 

dist district 

E or e east 

e s east side 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

lab laborer 

mkr maker 

mnf K manufacturing 

mnfr manufacturer 

Norn north 

n e north east 

nr near 

ns north side 

nw northwest 

opp opposite 

pk park 

pi place 

PO post office 

Pres president 

prin. principal 

propr ...proprietor 

pub publisher 



r residence- 

rd road; 

ret retail 

Rev Reverend' 

s e south east 

S or s south 

s s south side 

St street 

sw southwest 

sec secretary 

supt superintendent 

treas treasurer 

W or w west 

ws west side- 

whol wholesale 

Wid widow 

wk8 works 



ABRAMS CHAS, shoe mkr, e s Wilmington, 7 s Mor- 
gan, r country 

Abrams Wm, harness mkr W B Hutchings 

Adams Alexander, city hand, bds s e cor West and Cannon 

Adams Barbara, wid of Wm, res McDowell 1 n Davie 

Adams Chas, drayman J C Brewster 

Adams D Thomas, elk L Adams, r e end Newborn av 



40 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Adams Eddy A, printer, bds e s Blount 4 s South 
Adams James (c), r s w cor Wilmington and Davie 
Adams James A, bkpr L Adams, re end Newbern av 
Adams James P, shoemaker, r s end Wilmington 
Adams John, wks Mitchell's steam boiler works 
Adams Len H, grocer, cotton factor and commission mer- 

cliant s w cor Martin and Wihnington, r w s Person 1 

n Edenton 
Adams Lynn, grocer and commission merchant Exchange 

Place and Martin 5 w Wilmington, r e end Newbern av 
Adams Maggie, wid of Thomas, r n e cor Jones and West 
Adams Marion J, wks R N Mitchell, bds w s West 1 n Jones 
Adams Patrick, wks Mitchell's steam boiler works 
Adams Warren (c), porter W Woollcott 
Adkins James, painter, r w s Person 3 n Cabarrus 
^tna Life Insurance Co, W H Crow, genl agt, over 49Fay- 

etteville 
Albertson Jonathan W, U S district attorney for eastern 

district of N C, office U S Court House and postofhce 

bldg, r s e cor Person and Jones 
Albertson Jonathan W Jr, deputy U S marshal, r s e cor 

Person and Jones 
Alderson Thomas B, carpenter, wks Ellington, Royster & 

Co, r n s North 2 w McDowell 
Alexander Jacob (c), servant T H Briggs, r n s Edenton 1 

w McDowell 
Alexander Levi (c), carpenter Kingsley & Ashley, r s e cor 

Cannon and Manly av 
Alexander P M (c), asst teacher Shaw University r same 
Alexander Samuel (c), brakeman R&GRR, rws West 

opp Lane 
Alford James H, (Marcom & Alford,) rws Salisbury 2 n 

Edenton 
Alford Marcellus (c), butcher, r rear n s Hillsboro 2 w 

McDowell 
Alford Nicholas (c), restaurant w s Wilmington 5 s Hargett, 

r s s Davie 2 e East 
Alford Wm II, wks Ellington, Royster & Co, r s e cor West 

and Morgan 
AUcott Wayne, dealer in machinery and agricultural im- 
plements n w cor Wilmington and Davie, rws Salis- 
bury 1 s Cabarrus 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 41 

Allen Anthony (c), waiter Yarbrough House, r n s Cannon 
1 w Dawson 

Allen Charles S, freight agt R .^' G R R and R & A R R, 
r s e cor Hargett and Harrii gton 

Allen Gabriel (c), watchman Jones, Green & Powt 11, res 
West 1 s Martin 

Allen George M, (Allen & Cram,) r w s Wilmington 1 s 
Davie 

Allen Henry, elk Latta & Myatt, bds n e cor Edenton and 
McDowell 

Allen Jacob S, (Jacob S Allen & Co,) r w s Dawson 1 n 
Edenton 

Allen Jacob S & Co, (Jacob S Allen and Fred A Watson,) 
builders and contractors s w cor North and Harrington 

Allen Junius (c), r nr s end Fayetteville 

Allen Norman (c), lab, r s w limits 

Allen Paul D, elk R & G R R, bds Oak City Hotel 

Allen Pomp (c), r s end Fayetteville 

Allen Samuel (c), r rear s s Martin 2 w Blount 

Allen Thomas W, engineer R & A R R, bds National Hotel 

Allen Will, mail carrier, bds s e cor West and Cannon 

Allen Wm (c), well digger, r rear s s Davie 3 e East 

Allen & Cram, (George M Allen & Wra Cram), proprs 
Raleigh Ag Works, n e cor Davie and McDowell 

Alston Chas (c), carpenter J S Allen & Co 

Alston Chas (c), porter Singer Sewing Mach 

Alston Daniel (c), porter Jones, Green & Powell, res West 
1 s Martin 

Alston Detham (c), carpenter, r s w cor West & South 

Alston Evans (c), r n s Cannon 1 w Fayetteville 

Alston Hilliard (c), waiter National Hotel 

Alston James (c). fireman R & A R R 

Alston James W, physician, office Simpson's drug store, r 
s w cor Peace and Blount 

Alston John (c), carpenter J S Allen & Co 

Alston Joseph (c), porter Cooke & Wainwright, r ss Smith- 
field 2 e Wilmington 

Alstin Moses (c), cook Tucker House, r nr s end Wilming- 
ton 

Alston Oscar F (c), r s e cor Harrington and Martin 

Alston Peter (c), r n s Cannon 1 w Fayetteville 



42 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Alston Ralph H (c), grocer s s Hargett 3 e Wilmington, r n s 
Cannon, 2 w Fayetteville 

Alston Solomon (c), lab, r s s Martin 4 e East 

A M E Church, n w cor Hillsboro and Harrington 

Amis Candiss wid of Jackson, r ws Salisbury 1 s Lane 

Amis Moses N, atty at law old Sentinel bldg s of Court 
House, bds w s Salisbury 1 s Lane 

Andrews Alex B, supt N C R R office Yarbrough House, 
r nw cor Blount and North 

Andrews Andrew (c), wks T H Briggs & Sons 5- 

Anderson David, r s s Martin and Dawson 

Andrews Henry, watchman R & G R R Depot, r n s Salis- 
bury 3 s Lane 

Anderson Jack (c), carpenter Briggs & Son, res Bloodworth 
2 n Davie 

Andrev/s George W, wks R & G R R Shops, r s s Hillsboro 
1 e Harrington 

Andrews Mrs H, wid of W R, r n w cor Hillsboro and Daw- 
son 

Anderson P Bruce, apprentice Uzzell & Wiley, r s s Martin 
1 w Dawson 

Andrews Philemon H, bkpr Citizens' National Bank, r n w 
cor Blount and North 

Andrews Robt B, (R. B. Andrews & Co), bds Yarbrough 
House 

Andrews R B & Co, (Robt B Andrews and Seymour W 
Whiting) clothing, gent furnishing goods, etc, 27 Fay- 
etteville 

Anderson Wrn J, elk W C & A B Stronach^ r s s Martin 1 w 
Dawson 

Anderson "Wm E, Pres Citizens' National Bank, also Vice 
Pres North Carolina State Life Ins Co, r s s Jones 1 e 
East 

Andrews Wm N, street commissioner, res Harrington 1 s 
Cabarrus 

Archer Junius (c), wks W H Crow, r n e cor Halifax and 
Jones 

Arendell Daniel (c), barber Burgess Reid, r Wilmington 

Arendell Falcom B, (Redford & Arendell), bds National 
Hotel 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 43 

Argo Thomas M, atty at law, e s Fayetteville 2 n Yar- 

broujili House up stiiirs, r ii end Person 
Armistead David (c), wks Cook's brickyard, r rear w s West 

] s Morgan 
Armstrong John, book bindery and blank book manufr, 
Bagley build'gso cor Fayetteville and Martin, rs s Mar- 
tin 1 w Person 
Arnold Daniel (c), barber, r s end Wilmington 
Arnold James, elk D H Crawford, r se cor East and Lenoir 
Arrington Fannie B, asst teacher primary and kindergarten 

department Peace Institute, r same 
Arrington Sylvester (c), r nw cor Newbern ave and Blood- 
worth 
Arrington Thos G, bds Yarborough House 
Ashe John (c), lab, r ws Salisbury 2 s South 
Ashe Mrs Rosa, wid of Thos H, r ns Hillsboro 2 w Saun- 
ders 
Ashe Samuel A, editor and propr Raleigh Daily and 
Weekly Observer, n s Martin 1 e Fayetteville, r n s 
Hillsboro 2 w Saunders 
Ashe Thomas S, Associate Justice, r Wadesboro, N C, bds 

National Hotel 
Ashe Zachary (c), carpenter, r ss North 1 e Dawson 
Ashley Wm E, (Kingsley & Ashley), r n end Salisbury 
Askew Chas T, sect and treas W F Askew, bds National 

Hotel 
Askew W F, manufr of paper, office ss Martin 5 e Fay- 
etteville, factory and r Neuse, N C 
Atkins Benj F, elk R B Andrews & Co, bds Central Hotel 
Atkins Calvin (c), r ws West 1 n Lane 
Atkins J A, carpenter, bds Cooke's Hotel 
Atkins Sera (c), r rear cor Fayetteville and Davie 
Atkinson Devereux (c), blacksmith, r ws Dawson 1 s South 
Atkinson Joseph M, minister, r ss North 1 e East 
Austin Campbell (c), ditcher, r ns Lenoir 4 w McDowell 
Austin Frank (c), porter Oak City Hotel, r same 
Austin George (c), lab, r ns Manly av 1 w Fayetteville 
Austin Hardy (c), lab, r ws Harrington, 2 n Edenton 
Austin Joyner (c), r ws Salisbury 2 n Davie 
Austin Jackson (c), (Austin & Moore), r ss Cabarrus 6 e 
East 



44 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Austin & Moore (c), (Jackson Austin and Isaac B Moore), 
undertakers and cabinet makers, e s Salisbury 2 s Mor- 
gan 

Avera David B, (Parker & Avera), brls Yarborough House 

A vera James (c), r ns Lenoir 1 vv R R 

Ayars Frank S, machinist J C Brewster, bds Oak City 
Hotel 



B 



ACHAEAN JOSEPH, wks Ellington, Royster & Co. 



Backes Louis, tailor and repairer, n s Hargett 1 e Wilming- 
ton, r same 
Badger Richard C, atty at law, room 6 Bagley bldg, s e cor 

Eayetteville and Martin, bds Tucker House 
Badger Sherwood, elk supt N C R R office, r s s Jones, 1 e 

Wilmington 
Badger Thomas, genl freight and passenger agt R & G and 

R&ARR, rss Jones 1 e Wilmington 
Badger Wm (c), r rear n s Martin 5 w Blount 
Bagley LeRoy G, dept elk Supreme Court, bds National 

Hotel 
Bagley Wm IT, elk Supreme Court, r n w cor South and 

Blount 
Bagwell Lorenzo C, elk Cooke & Wainwright, bds Cooke's 

Hotel 
Bailey Rev. Christopher T (Edwards, Broughton & Co), 

r w s Blount, 1 n Polk 
Bailey Frank L (Young & Bailey), r 14 miles n of Raleigh 
Bain Donald W, chief elk State Treasurer's office, r n e cor 

Hillsboro and West 
Baker Catherine (c), r n s Martin 1 e Harrington 
Baker James (c) (O'Kellv & Baker), r w s Fayetteville 5 n 

NCRR 
Baker John (c), r w s Fayetteville, corporate limits 
Baker John H, elk W C & A B Stronach, rss Martin 1 w 

Person 
Baker Joseph I, cotton buyer, s s Martin 3 e Wilmington, 

bds n w corner Hillsboro and Dawson 
Baker Phillip (c), waiter National Hotel, r same 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 45 

Baker Philip S, wks Rand & Barbee Bros, r n s Martin 1 e 

Harrington 
Baker Prof Wm, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Baker "SYm, physician, r n w cor Cannon and "West 
Baldwin Henry (c), porter Geo Goldman, r 13 Hargett 
Ball Charles, tinner J C Brewster, bds w s Dawson 1 s Lane 
Ball Flementine, wid of Dr John, r n w cor Bloodworth and 

Peace 
Ball Geo F, cigar mkr F Gruendler, r w s Person 1 n Davie 
Ball Jesse G, delivery elk post office, r w s Person 1 n Davie 
Ball John T, coach mkr, r w s Person 1 n Davie 
Ball Joseph R, mail agent Raleigh to Hamlet, r w s Person 

1 n Davie 

Ballard Virginius, bkpr W C & A BStronach and sec Grand 

Lodge I G T, r w s Blount 2 n Lenoir 
Banks Braxton, student, bds n s Jones 1 e East 
Baptist Church s w cor Salisbury and Edenton 
Baptist State Sunday School and Mission Boards, John E 

Ray, corresponding sec, 20 Fayetteville 
Barbee Claud B (Rand & Barbee Bros), bds e s Wilming- 
ton 3 n Cabarrus 
Barbee Christopher C, r e s Wilmington 2 s Davie 
Barbee Edgar B (Rand & Barbee Bros), r s s Newbern av, 

2 w Bloodworth 

Barbee Mordecai B, Justice of the Peace, old Sentinel bldg 
w s Fayetteville s Court House, r w s Bloodworth 2 s 
Jones 

Barbee Wm E, brickmason, r s s Polk 4 e East 

Barber Joseph W (Johnson & Barber), res Person 3 s Davie 

Barfoot Edward, watchman G W Wynne & Co, bds s s Mor- 
gan 1 e Person 

Barham James (c), carpenter, r nw cor Harrington and 
Martin 

Barham J C E (c), minister, r s e cor Haywood and Cabarrus 

Barham Matthew (c), res East 2 s South 

Barker Simon (c), wks Marcom & Alford, r n s Cabarrus 1 
w McDowell 

Barker Simon (c), wks Julius Lewis & Co, r n s Edenton 2 
w Dawson 

Barker 'Squire (c), wks Cooke's brickyard, r s s Cannon w 
limits 



46 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Barker Thomas (c), driver A. D, Royster & Bro, r n s Cabar- 
rus 1 w McDowell 

Barlow George, brickmason, r w s Haywood 3 s Davie 

Barlow Malphus, plasterer, r w s Haywood 3 s Davie 

Barnes Wm (c), stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbell, r s s 
Lenoir 2 w Blount 

Barnes Wm (c), cook lunatic asylum, r n s Davie 1 e Mc- 
Dowell 

Barnhill Alex T, vegetables market house, r w s Swain 2 n 
Hargett 

Barnhill John, blacksmith, r w s Swain 2 n Hargett 

Barrett George, wks J Lewis & Co, r rear n s Hargett 3 w 
Swain 

Barron Albert W, elk Cooke & Wainwright 

Bosher Royall T, plasterer, r n w limits 

Bashford John A, blacksmith Allen & Cram, r n e cor Polk 
and Short 

Bashford Thomas, farmer, r e end Davie 

Bashford Thomas J, bar tender Higgs House, r s s Davie nr 
limits 

Baskell Wm (c), lab. bds w s Dawson 1 n Lenoir 

Bason Robert (c), waiter Cooke's Hotel 

Batchelor Edward A, bds s s Martin 1 w McDowell 

Batchelor Joseph B (J B & W P Batchelor), bds s s Mar- 
tin 1 w McDowell 

Batchelor J B & W P (Joseph B & W Plummer), attys at 
law e s Favetteville 2 n Yarbrough House, up stairs 

Batchelor W JPlummer (J B & W P Batchelor), bds Yar- 
brough House 

Bates Fleming, family groceries e s Fayetteville 2 s Market 
Phice, r s s Hargett 3 w Swain 

Battle Richard H, r s w cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 

Battle Richard H (Battle & Mordecai), r n w cor Lane and 
Wihniugton 

Battle Robert (c), bds s e cor Dawson and Cabarrus 

Battle & Mordecai (Richard H Battle and Samuel F Mor- 
decai), attys at Law n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 

Baumann Albert, professor of music Peace Institute, r n w 
cor Halifax and Weldon 

Beacham Belton, carpenter, res Harrington 1 n Davie 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

Beacham Hartwell L, carpenter, r n w cor Blount and 

Martin 
Beacham Hartwell R, carpenter, res Harrington 1 n Davie 
Beacham Thomas L, elk H Yearby 
Beaslcy Charles, r w s Blount 1 s Martin 
Beaslcy John W, policeman, r ns Lenoir 3 e East 
Beasley Rebecca A, millinery and dress mkr ladies and 
children ready made clothing, ws Blount 1 s Martin, r 
same 
Beckham John H, engineer R&GRR, rnsR &GRR, 

opp Dawson 
Beckwith Evelyn C, proprietress Central Hotel, n e cor Wil- 
mington and Hargett, r same 
Beckwith Ira, elk T H Briggs & Sons, r ws West 2 s Mor- 
gan 
Beckwith Roburton B, elk Central Hotel, r same 
Bell Hilliard, gun and lock smith es Wilmington 5 n Har- 
gett, r 2 miles s of Raleigh 
Bell John H, overseer penitentiary, r s e cor Hargett and 

Person 
Bell John H jr, overseer penitentiary, r se cor Hargett and 

Person 
Bell Junius (c), lab, r ns Martin 4 w Swain 
Bell William B, r w s Dawson 1 s Lane 
Belo Robt W, (Stronach & Belo), res Person 1 s INIartin 
Belvin diaries H, teller Raleigh National Bank, r n s 

Eden ton 1 e Blount 
Belvin Thos J, carpenter, r n s South 2 e AVilmington 
Belvin W L, carpenter, r n s Salisbury 5 n North 
Bemry Lewis (c), r n e cor Lenoir and McDowell 
Bennett Frank E, pressman J S Hampton, res West 2 s 

South 
Benton Sallie (c), wid of Harry, res McDowell 1 s Lenoir 
Berry Harvey D, (H D Berry <fe Co) r Lexington, Ky, bds 

Tucker House 
Berry Logan, bar tender J S Taylor, r w s Fayetteville 4 n 

N C R R 
Berry Sarah, wid of Wm, r ws Fayetteville 4 n N C R R 
Berry H D & Co, (Harvey D Berry, Benj S, Peter T, Nathan 
F, and Frank N Gentry), Kentucky boarding and sales 
stables u s Martin 2 e Wilmington 



48 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Besson Bettie, wid of Edward, ladies and children furnish- 
ing goods, s w cor Salishury and Martin, r same 
Best Rig G, supt city rock quary, r w s Salisbury 3 n Davie 
Best Robert W, agt Hale's Weekly, r n s Hillsboro 2 w West 
Betts Barzilla B, lab, r ws Harrington 1 s Lane 
Betts James M, policeman, r ws Harrington 1 s Lane 
Betts Samuel, wks R & G R R Depot, r n e cor Lane and 

Dawson 
Betts Sylvester J, canvasser Singer sewing machine, bds 7 

Favetteville 
Betts Wm D (Betts & King), bds 7 Fayetteville 
Betts W C, machinist, R & G R R Shops, r s s Weldon 1 w 

Salisbury 
Betts & King, (William D Betts and Millard F King), gro- 
ceries and provisions 9 and 11 Hargett 
Bill M, city bottling works ss Lane 1 e West, r same 
Biblical Recorder, Edwards, Broughton & Co, proprs, 53 

Fayetteville 
Bigelow Miss Saluda (c), asst teacher Shaw University, r 

same 
Biggs Henry (c), wks R Badger, r n s Newbern av 5 w Swain 
Bingham Benj L, grocer and genl merchandise s s Martin 

5 e Fayetteville, r s s North 1 e Person 
Birdsong James C, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r s w 

cor Morgan and East 
Bishop Hilliard (c), drayman, r s e cor Lenoir and Blount 
Bishop Richard T, foreman car shop R&GRR, rws Salis- 
bury 2 s Lane 
Black Rev Wm S, (Black & Reid) r n e cor Edenton and 

Dawson 
Black & Reid (Rev Wm S Black and Rev Frank L Reid) 
editors, publishers and proprs Raleigh Christian Advo- 
cate, 15 Fayetteville 
Black man Edwa^^d (c), barber Proctor & Cross 
Blacknall Geo W, propr Yarbrough House, r same 
Black well Geo (c), lab J S Allen & Co 

Blackwell Laura, wid of Edward L, r s s Hillsboro 2 w Boy- 
Ian av 
Blair Isaac C, r e s East 1 s Hargett 

Blake John C, cashier Raleigh' National Bank, res Fay- 
etleville 2 s Davie 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 49 

Blake Mary, wid of Wesley S, r ii w cor Davie and Mc- 
Dowell 
Blake N A (Blake & Macon), r n w cor Davie and McDowell 
Blake Thos W, jeweler H Mahler, r n w cor Davie and Mc- 
Dowell 
Blake Wm R, engineer N C R R, r s w cor Bloodworth and 

Hargett 
Blake Wm Z, farmer, r n w cor Davie and McDowell 
Blake & Macon (N A Blake and Thos Macon), fish and 

oysters, market house 
Blalock Chas W, elk M D Edwards, bds n s Hillsboro 2 w 

McDowell 
Blanchard Charlie B, elk B K Partin, bds Central Hotel 
Blaylock Devereaiix (c), wks M Bill 
Bledsoe John E (Bledsoe & Bledsoe), r w s Smithfield rd 4 

s limits 
Bledsoe Wm. H (Bledsoe & Bledsoe), r w s Smithfield rd 4 

s limits 
Bledsoe & Bledsoe (Wm H and John E), attys at law, s w 

cor Wilmington and Martin 
Blum Peter, shoemaker, r n s Davie 2 w Swain 
Blum Peter Jr, lab, r n s Davie, 2 w Swain 
Blount Fortune (c), drayman Len H Adams, r w s Person 1 

n Edenton 
Blow Wright, r s s Jones 1 e Person 

Bobbitt Harriett, wid of John, r n w cor Hargett and Swain 
Bobbitt Rev James B, D D, r n e cor Dawson and Hargett 
Bobbitt Tlieo (c), r rear w s Fayetteville, 2 s Davie 
Bobbitt Wm H, elk Wm Simpson, r s e cor Hargett and 

Dawson 
Bogus Samuel, printer Raleigh News, bds s s Morgan 1 e 

Person 
Bohlman F A, musical director Raleigh Female Seminary, 
Bonner Elizabeth, wid of James, r w s Dawson, 2 n Cabarrus 
Bonner Peter (c), whitewasher, res McDowell 1 s Lenoir 
Booker Benjamin E, machinist J S Allen & Co, bds s s 

Jones 2 w Dawson 
Booker Frederick T(Ferrell, Booker & Co. , r n s Davie 1 

w Blount 
Booker Richard (c), wks T S Stevenson, res Wilmington 2 

n Lenoir 



50 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Boon Wesley, res East 2 n Martin 

Booth Lewis (c), carpenter, res Haywood 2 s Davie 

Botto Jane, wid of Frank, res Wilmington G s Morgan 

Bo wen Thomas A, wagon manufr s s Hargett 6 e Wilming- 
ton, r same 

Bowes Michael, supt gas works s s Morgan 2 w Wilming- 
ton, res Fayetteville 2 n Cabarrus 

Boyd Thomas (c), lab, r s s Cabarrus 5 e East 

Boykin Harry (c), lab, r s end Wilmington 

Boylan James, r s end Boylan av 

Boylan Miss Kate, r w s Boylan av 2 w Hillsboro 

Boylan Wm, r s end Boylan av 

Boylan Wm M, r s end Boylan av 

Bradford Thos (c), barber, r s end Wilmington 

Bradley Robert H, marshal Supreme Court, r n s Morgan 1 
e Person 

Bragassa John A, bakery and confectionery, 16 Fayette- 
ville, r same 

Bragg Eliza, wid of Wm, res Blount 3 n Davie 

Bragg Frank Y, bds National Hotel 

Bragg Mariah A, wid of Dr. John, res Sanders 4 n Hills- 
boro 

Bragg Wm H, elk E J Hardin, res Sanders 4 n Hillsboro 

Brain John (c), driver W C & A B Stronach, r nr Wm C 
Stronach 

Branch Henderson (c), lab, res West 1 s South 

Branch Mrs L. O'B, wid of Gen L O'B, r s w cor Hillsboro 
and Dawson 

Branch Quint (e), r s s Cannon w limits 

Branch Jno (c), porter L R Wyatt, r s s Cannon nr w limits 

Bn-nch John (c), w^aiter Central Hotel 

Branch Shade (c), r s s Cannon w limits 

Brannon Frank, tailor J Kreth, res Bloodworth 1 s Martin 

Branson Levi, publisher, bookseller and stationer, 15 Fay- 
etteville, r s s Hillsboro 3 w West 

Bray Mattie, r n s Martin 2 w Swain 

Brehon Plummer (c), wks Ellington, Royster & Co, r n s 
North 3 w Dawson 

Brewer George (c), drayman W C McMackin, r n s Martin 
4 w Swain 

Brewer John (c), wks livery stable, r n s Martin 4 w Swain 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 51 

Brewer Isham (e), r n s Martin 4 w Swain 

Brewer Samuel W (Kelly, Purefoy & Brewer), bds s w 

cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 
Brewer Wm T, machinist R & G R R Shops, r n e cor Wil- 
mington and Newborn av 
Brewster John C, hardware, stoves, tin ware, paints, oils, 

etc, 51 Fayetteville, r s s Newbern av 3 w Bloodworth 
Bridgers James A, plasterer, res East 3 n Edenton 
Bridgers Miss Lizzie, milliner Mrs W T Lane, r 7 Fayette- 
ville 
Bridgers Samuel, lab, res East 3 n Polk 
Bridgeford Benj T (c), r s w limits 

Bridgeford Manuel (c), cook Yarbrough House, r s w limits 
Brie Lewis, elk L Rosenthal & ('o, bds n e cor Fayetteville 

and Lenoir 
Briggs Fabius H, elk Raleigh National Bank, r s s Morgan 

2 e Dawson 
Briggs James A (T H Briggs & Sons), r s s Morgan 2 e 

Dawson 
Briggs John D, carpenter, r n w cor Edenton and McDowell 
Briggs Thomas H (T H Briggs & Sons), r s s Morgan 2 e 

Dawson 
Briggs Thomas H Jr (T H Briggs & Sons), r n s Edenton 

1 w xMcDowell 
Briggs T H & Sons (Thomas H, James A and Thomas H 

Jr), hardware, stoves, tinware, house furnishing goods, 
also sash, doors and blinds, 55 Fayetteville 
Briggs Wra G. wks T H Briggs & Sons, res McDowell 2 s 

Martin 
Briggs Wm, engineer R&GRR, rws West 2 s Morgan 
Briggs Wm W, carpenter, r n e cor Polk and Bloodworth 
Brinkley George W, wks R&GRR depot, r e s R & G R 

R 3 n Johnson 
Brinkley Wm (c), r rear s s Hillsboro 3 w Saunders 
Brinkley W J, carpenter R&GRR shops, r Cottage Hotel 
Broadfoot Andrew, shipping elk Williamson & Upchurch, 

bds Tucker House 
Broadwell Mrs, r n w cor Martin and Blount 
Brock well Thomas F (King & Brockwell), r s s Hargett 3 e 

Person 



62 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Brockwell Wm T, printer Uzzell & Wiley, r s s Hargett 3 e 
Person 

Bromlej' Miss Maggie, assistant teacher of music Deaf and 
Dumb and Blind Institute, r same 

Brooks Amos (c), waiter St Mar3''s Institute, r n s Edenton 
7 w Swain 

Brooks Frank (c), servant s s Hillsboro 2 w Boylan av, r 
same 

Brooks George W, judge U S district court, r Elizabeth City 

Brooks Ivison (c), wks J J Thomas, r s w limits 

Brooks Jordan (c), lab, J S Allen, r n w cor Morgan and 
McDowell 

Brooks Robert H (Pritchard & Brooks), r n e eor Person 
and North 

Broughton Gaston, overseer penitentiary, r n s Hargett 1 e 
Swain 

Broughton J Melvin, bkpr Edwards, Broughton & Co, r w s 
Person 1 n Hargett 

Broughton Mary, wid of Joseph, res Person 2 n Martin 

Broughton Needham B, (Edwards, Broughton & Co), rw 
s Person 1 s Martin 

Broughton Zachary T, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r 
s s Jones opp Linden av 

Brow Wm J, elk D J Ellis, bds s w cor Hillsboro and West 

Browder David H, propr Raleigh Dye Works s s Morgan 3 
w Salisbury, r same 

Brown Albert (c), servant Mrs Lucy Evans, r n e cor Eden- 
ton and McDowell 

Brown Alex (c), bar tender R S Perry, r n s South 3 e Har- 
rington 

Brown Charles A, printer Evening Visitor, r n s Newbern 
av 2 e East 

Brown Edward S, wks Henry J Brown, r s s Morgan 1 e 
Dawson 

Brown Fab (c), farmer, r n s South 3 e Harrington 

Brown Gabriel (c), blacksmith J Lewis & Co, r rear n s Har- 
gett 3 w Swain 

Brown Geo W (c), barber Davis & Dunston, r n s South 3 e 
Harrington 

Brown Henry (c), r rear w s Halifax 2 n North 

Brown Henry (c), lab, r n s Cannon 3 w Dawson 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 53 

Brown Henry (c), lab, r w s Wilmington 1 n Etlenton 
Brown Henry W (c), servant A JS Merrimon, res Wilming- 
ton bet Polk and Peace 
Brown Jailey, wid of Wm W, r n s South 2 e Wilmington 
Brown James E, elk J C S Lumsden, r Ilillsboro rd 
Brown Jennie, wid of John, r w s Salisbury 3 n Davie 
Brown Jesse, with J Lewis & Co, r w s McDowell 2 n Ilar- 

geit 
Brown John (c), carpenter, r n s Cannon 1 w R R 
Brown John W, undertaker, r s e cor Morgan and Dawson 
Brown Joseph G, teller Citizens National Bank, r ss Morgan 

1 e Dawson 
Brown Lewis T, elk Yarbrough House, r same 
Brown Louisa, wid of Neal, r n s Newbern av 6 e East 
Brown Lucretia (c), wid of Primus, r w s McDowell 2 n 

Lenoir 
Brown Lydia, wid of Henry J, r s s Morgan 1 e Dawson 
Brown Alills H, r s e cor Wilmington and Lenoir 
Brown Mills II Jr, r s e cor Wilmington and Lenoir 
Brown Moultrie (c), drayman M T Norris & Co, r w s Blount 

1 s Polk 
Brown Sampson (c), brickmason, r n s Cannon 3 w Dawson 
Brown Scott (c), [Brown ife Sumner], r s s Davie 1 e Person 
Brown Thomas (c), lab, r s s Cannon 2 e West 
Brown AVm (c) carpenter, r n w cor Hargett and Salisbury 
Brown Wm I), shoemaker R Dobbin, r w s Johnson 1 e R R 
Brown Wm M, compositor Evening Visitor, r n s New- 
bern av 6 e East 
Brown Wm M Jr, carrier Evening Visitor, r n s Newbern 

av 6 e East 
Brown & Sumner [Scott Brown and Wm H Sumner], bar- 
bers under Raleigh National Bank 
Bryan Alden P C, agt Southern Express Co, w s Fayette- 

ville 2 s Morgan, bds Yarbrough House 
Bryan Alfred (c), porter Pescud, Lee cV: Co, r nr Old Fair 

Ground 
Bryan Haywood (c), wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Bryan James, r n e cor Lenoir and East 
Bryan James S, jailor rear Court House, r same 
Bryan ^Marion, tinner J Lewis & Co, r s s Holleman road 3 
e Bloodworth 



54 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bryan Mary, wid of John, res Blount bet North and Lane 
Bryan Lucius, tinner J Lewis & Co, r e s East 1 n Lenoir 
Bryan Richard W, (Bryan & Mullins), r w s Bloodworth 1 

s Cabarrus 
Bryan Washington, elk supt office R & G and R & A R R, 

r cor Person and Polk 
Bryan & Mullins (Richard W Bryan and Junius Mullins), 

city bill posters 17 Fayetteville 
Bryant Aaron (c), r w s Blount 8 s Smithfield' 
Bryant Charles (c), lab, r n s Davie 6 w Swain 
Bryant Edward (c), shoemaker e s Wilmington 4 s Hargett, 

r n s South 1 e Harrington 
Bryant George, (c), r n e cor Newbern av and Blount 
Bryant Jordan (c), lab, r w s Haywood 2 s Cabarrus 
Bryant Richmond (c), lab, r w s West 1 n North 
Bryant Richard (c), wks Whitelaw & Campbell, res Hay- 
wood 1 s Cabarrus 
Bryant Salisbury, (c), r n e cor Blount and Lenoir 
Bryant 'Squire (c), gardener, r s s Morgan 1 w Salisbury 
Bryant Thomas N, butcher Market House, res East 1 n 

Polk 
Buel Clarence E, wks R G Peace, r Cabarrus 
Buffalo Nelson, brickmason, r w s Bloodworth 1 s Martin 
Buffalo Wm H, watchman T H Briggs, r w s Bloodworth 1 

s Martin 
Buffalo Wm H Jr, printer Evening Visitor, r w s Blood- 
worth 1 s Martin 
Bugg Robt (c), servant National Hotel, r s s Cabarrus 1 w 

Salisbury 
Bullock Charles W (Bullock &^Thompson), r s e cor Blount 

and Smithfield 
Bullock & Thompson (Charles W Bullock and Wra D 
Thompson), house, sign and ornamental painters, office 
rear Williams & Haywood's drug store 
Bunch David T, wks R & G depot, r w s Salisbury 3 n 

North 
Bunch Thomas V, baggage agent R&D and R & G R R 

depot, r n s Cabarrus 1 w railroad 
Bunch Wm H, elk W Woollcott, r n s Hargett 1 w Blood- 
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RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 55 

Bunn "Washington (c), wks Latta & Myatt, res East 4 u 

Davie 
Burge Delia, wid of Wm, r w s McDowell 1 n Edenton 
Burgers Thomas (c), rooms n w cor Morgan and Salisbury 
Burks Charles B, compositor News office, bds Central Hotel 
Burkhead Charles \V, bkpr State National Bank, r n w cor 

Hillsboro and Harrington 
Burkhead Rev L S, r n w corner Hillsboro and Harrington 
Burns Alfred (c), carpenter, r s s Davie 1 w Dawson 
Burns Headen H, r s s Davie opp Swain 
Burns Silas (c), drayman Marcom & Alford 
Burns Toney (c), restaurant e s Wilmington 3 s Hargett, r s 

w cor Cabarrus and Haywood 
Burrows Luther (c), r n s Cabarrus 2 w McDowell 
Burt Jas G, elk L Rosenthal, r n e cor Morgan and Blood- 
worth 
Burton A (c), fireman R & G R R Shops 
Burtsell James (c), servant Raleigh Female Seminary 
Burtson James (c), servant, r rear n w cor Fayetteville and 

South 
Burwell Rev R, principal Peace Institute n s Peace opp 

Wilmington, r same 
Burwell John B, associate principal Peace Institute, r same 
Busbee Annie, wid of Perrin, r n w cor Hargett and Salis- 
bury 
Busbee Charles M, (Reade, Busbee & Busbee), r n w cor 

Hargett and Salisbury 
Busbee Fabius H, (Reade, Busbee & Busbee) r n e cor 

Jones and Person 
Busbee Ichabod (c), wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Busbee Johnson T, asst operator Western Union telegraph 

office, r n w cor Hargett and Swain 
Busbee Lizzie B, wid of Quint, r n s Hargett 2 e Salisbury 
Busbee Walton M, atty at law, Mahler bldg Fayetteville 

opp Market house, r n w cor Hargett and Salisbury 
Butler Jefferson (c), school teacher, r s s Cabarrus 2 e Wil- 
mington 
Bvnum David C, elk Yeargin, Petty & Co, bds National 

Hotel 
Byrd Amos J (c), carpenter J S Allen & Co, r s w Davie and. 
East 

2 



56 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Byrum Mrs John, dress maker, r s w cor Fayetteville and 
Manly av 



CADDELL ANNA, wid of A C, r s s Newbern av 2 e 
Wilmington 

Cain Christopher (c), driver W C & A B Stronach 
Cain Henderson (c), snack house, e s Wilmington opp Mar- 
ket, r same 
Caldwell Gilbert (c), wks W H Dodd, r e s Haywood 3 s 

Davie 
•Callan T, tailor C Weikel & Co 
Callendine Martin B, r n e cor Peace and Blount 
Calvert John, cotton elk P F Faison, bds n s Edenton bet 

Halifax and Wilmmgton 
Campbell, Mrs Helen H, head of cooking dept D D & B 

Institute, r Peace Institute 
Campbell Henry, stone cutter, res Salisbury 1 n Martin 
Hugh Campbell, (Whitelaw & Campbell) r 1 mile s w 

Raleigh 
Cameron Francis H, (Cameron, Hay & Co), Pres North 
Carolina State Life Insurance Company, office n w cor 
Fayetteville and Martin, r s e cor Jones and East 
€ameron, Hay & Co, (Francis H Cameron and Thomas 
T Hay), genl insurance agts, over Citizens' National 
bank 
Oanion John (c), lab, res West 1 n Lane 
Canada Hinton (c), wks T Joseph, r n s Lane 1 w McDowell 
€aps Gabriel (c), driver W C & A B Stronach, res Hay- 
wood 3 s Cabarrus 
Cardwell Charles (c), servant G W Swepson, r n w cor Hills- 

boro and Salisbury 
■Carolina Iron and Brass Works, Cooper, Newsom & Heartt, 

proprs, n w cor Hargett and West 
Carmager Alfred (c), carpenter, r w s West 1 s Tucker 
Carpenter Abigill, wid of James, r s s Morgan 1 e Wilming- 
ton 
Carr Nat (c), waiter National Hotel 
Carr Thomas (c), lab, r s e cor Peace and Halifax 
Carroll James, carpenter, r w s Harrington 1 n Jones 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 57 

Carter Frank, elk J P Gulley, bds e s Wilmington 2 n 

Cabarrus 
Carter Harriett, wid of David, r s s Hillsboro 2 w Boylan av 
Carter Lucinda, wid of Albert, r s s Lenoir 1 e Blount 
Carter Wm C, janitor Metropolitan Hall, r n s Morgan 1 e 

Harrington 
Carter Washington M, carpenter, r n s Hargett 2 w Person 
Carver Lewis (c), carpenter, r w s Fayetteville 2 n Manly av 
Cawthorne Alfred (c), porter attorney general's office, r s s 

Lenoir 1 e Wilmington 
Causey Thomas F, carpenter, r n w limits 
Cauthenham Wm (c), r n s Cabarrus 2 w Blount 
Cayton John (Cayton & Wolfe), r s s Morgan 1 e Blount 
Cayton & Wolfe (John Cayton and Wm C Wolfe), tomb- 

stones and monuments s s Morgan 1 e Blount 
Central Hotel, Mrs E C Beckwith, proprietress, n e cor Har- 
gett and Wilmington 
Chapin Dr A B, land agent n e cor Exchange Place and 

Fayetteville, bds National Hotel 
Chamblee W T, elk R B Andrews & Co, bds National Hotel 
Champion Mary, r n s Davie 1 w East 
Chavasse T H, bds National Hotel 

Cliavis Calvin (c), meat market, market house, r s w limits 
Chavis Thomas (c), meat market, market house 
Chavers Columbus C (c), brickmason, r n w cor Harrington 

and Cannon 
Cheatham James F, elk J A Cheatham, r s w cor Market 

Square 
Cheatham John A, dry goods, groceries, clothing, boots, 

shoes, etc, s w cor Market Square, r same 
Cheatham Benj F, merchant, bds Cooke's Hotel 
Cheek E Skid more, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r n s 

North 3 w McDowell 
Cheek Nathaniel J, carpenter, r n s North 3 w McDowell 
Chresfield James H (c), minister, rooms s s Cabarrus 3 w 

Haywood 
Christian Church (c), nr cor McDowell and Manly 
Christmas C C (c), carpenter J S Allen & Co, r Oberlin 
Christmas Pattie, wid of Thomas, r n s Edenton 5 w Swain 
Christmas Seth (c), wks F Curtis, r Oberlin 
Christmas Solomon (c), porter J M Forest 



58 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Christmas Wm D (c), hostler Lane, Noble & Co, r same 
Christophers Charles D, printer Edwards, Broughton & 

Co, and fin sec'y Raleigh Typograpical Union, r n w 

cor Person and Martin 
Christophers Frank C (Christophers & Sorrell), r n e cor 

Person and Bloodworth 
Christophers John J, bkpr Christophers & Sorrell, r n e cor 

Hargett and Person 
Christophers & Sorrell (Frank C Cliristophers and Mar- 

cellus W Sorrell), grocers and cotton commission mer- 
chants 4 Wilmington opp Market 
City Auditor's Office, C C Crow, auditor, Metropolitan Hall 
City Cemetery e s East bet Hargett and Newbern av. 
City Clerk's Office, C W Lambeth, clerk. Metropolitan Hall 
City Collector's Office, A D Royster, collector, Metropolitan 

Hall 
City Lot, s w cor Davie and Salisbury, containing the city 

scales 
City Mayor's Office, B C Manly mayor, Metropolitan Hall 
City Treasurer's Office, L D Heartt treasurer. Metropolitan 

Hall 
Citizens' National Bank, W E Anderson pres, P A Wiley 

cashier, n e cor FayetteviHe and Martin 
Clark David (c), lab, r s s Davie 1 w Dawson 
Clarlv Hixa, wid of David, r n s Martin 1 w Salisbury 
Clark Moses (c), r rear public school 
Clark Walter, atty at law room 5 Bagley's bldg, s e cor 

FayetteviHe and Martin, res Halifax 2 n North 
Clawson Henry T, r 10 FayetteviHe 
Clawson Clem. C, picture frames, window shades, paper 

hangings, upholstering goods, etc, 10 FayetteviHe, r 

same 
Clemens Algernon (c), boot and shoe mkr s s Morgan 2 w 

Salisbury 
demons Anthony (c), res East 2 n Lenoir 
Clemens David (c), lab, r n s Cannon 1 e Harrington 
Clemens Fagins (c), lab, r n s Cannon 1 e Harrington 
Clerk of Superior Court Office, Chas D Upchurch clerk. 

Court House 
Clifton Willie B, town constable, res Person 1 s Peace 
Clountz John, foreman shoe shop D D & B Ins, r same 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 59 

Coats Starling W, r s s Smithfield 1 e Bloodworth 

Coats Thomas H, architect and builder, r s s Morgan 2 e 

Wilmington 
Coke Octavius, atty at law n e cor Exchange Place and 

Fa3^etteville, r n w cor McDowell and Hargett 
Cole Atlas (c), meat market, r n s Davie 1 e East 
Cole George (c), wks R Role's planing mills 
Cole John W, watches, clocks and jewelry, s s Market 

Place 1 e Fayetteville, r n end Person 
Cole Reuben (c), porter Johnson & Barber, r n s Davie 2 e 

East 
Cole Robt, bds s s Hillsboro 2 w West 
Cole Wm H, machinist, res Dawson 1 s Martin 
Coley Caleb H, fireman R&GRR, rws West 3 n Jones 
Coley Henry D, r w s McDowell, 1 n Edenton 
Collins Henry (c), janitor for the Fire Department, r s s 

Smithfield, 3 e Wilmington 
Collins John B, foreman News office, res West 1 s Morgan 
Collins Thomas H, compositor News office, bds Central 

Hotel 
Confrey John J, buyer J P Hayes, bds s w cor East and 

Hargett 
Congregational Church (c), s s South, 1 e McDowell 
Congleton John R, patent medicine, r n e cor Harrington 

and Edenton 
Conkling Ensign, travelling agent Observer, res Blount 4 

s South 
Conn Dixon G, grocer, r n s Jones 1 w Salisbury 
Copeland Alvin (c), driver A L Woodall, r s s Cabarrus 2 

w Haywood 
Corbell Alonzo B, r n s Morgan 1 w Salisbury 
Corbell Arabella, wid of Henry, r n s Morgan 1 w Salisbury 
Corn Sandy (c), r rear n s Martin 1 w Swain 
Cornebei Chas, blacksmith n w cor Davie and Salisbury, r 

s s Morgan 2 w Salisbury 
Correll Hezekiah A, shoemaker, r n s Edenton 1 e Harring- 
ton 
Correll Wm B, printer Raleigh Christian Advocate, r n s 

Edenton 1 e Harrington 
Cosby Jewett D, printer Uzzell & Wiley, r n w cor Hargett 

and Dawson 



60 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Costnar Jonas M, teacher D D & B Institute, r same 

Cotton Charles (c), porter Sec State's office 

Cotton London (c), servant Mrs M C Williams 

Couch Samuel (c), r nr s end Wilmington 

Council Abram B (c), shoemaker cor Fay etteville and Manly 
av, r w s Fayetteville 1 s limits 

County Jail, J S Bryan jailer, rear Court House 

Court House, w s Fayetteville 2 s Martin 

Covington Wiley (c), porter J W Upchurch 

Cowan Piatt D, bds Yarbrough House 

Cowper Bryan G, bkpr, r n w cor Hillsboro and McDowell 

Cowper Pulaski, adjuster and supervisor North Carolina 
Home Ins Co, r n w cor McDowell and Hillsboro 

Cowper Thomas B, elk Western LTnion telegraph office, r n 
w cor Hillsboro and McDowell 

Cox Wm R, atty at law room 1 Bagley's bldg s e cor Fay- 
etteville and Martin, r w end Hillsboro 

Cook Anthony (c), driver W D Upchurch, r n w cor Person 
and Lenoir 

Cook George (c), servant Tucker House, r same 

Cook James (c), carpenter T L Love 

Cook Martha, wid of Thomas D, r w s Bloodworth 1 n Le- 
noir 

Cook Ned (c), servant Tucker House 

Cooke Edward (c), brickmason J S Allen & Co 

Cooke George T (Cooke & Wainwright), r s s Davie 1 e 
Wilmington 

Cooke & Wainwright (Geo T Cooke and Geo H Wain- 
wright), grocers and com merchants, agts for the Ar- 
lington guano, the Wilson plow and the Tennessee 
wagon, s s Martin 1 e Wilmington 

Coon Samuel, cigar maker O'Neil & Plummadore, bds 

Tucker House 
Cooper Americus. (c), drayman Kelly^ Purefoy & Brewer 

Cooper Harry S, (Cooper, Newsom & Heartt), r w s Dawson 

1 n Martin 
Cooper, Newsom & Heartt (Harry S Cooper, James D New- 
som and Howard E Heartt), Carolina Iron and Brass 
Works, n w cor Hargett and West 
Crabtree Otho, printer J S Hampton, r n w cor Martin and 
East 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. Gl 

Crabtree Richard, book binder John Armstrong, r n end 
Person 

Cram Peter, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, res Mc- 
Dowell 1 n Davie 

Cram William, (Allen & Cram),r e s McDowell 1 n Davie 

Craven John (c), r n s Salisbury 1 s Cannon 

Crawford Dallis H, meat market, Market House, r s e limits 

Crawford Jolni, watch maker J C Palmer 

Crawford John H, (Crawford & Everett) r s w cor Morgan 
and West 

Crawford Wm R, meat market Market House, r Ilillsboro 
road 

Crawford & Everett, (John H Crawford and David E 
Everett), dentist opp Tucker's Hall 23J Fayetteville 

Crawley Elizabeth, wid of Littleberry, r n s North 1 w Mc- 
Dowell 

Crawley James D, wks R & G R R Depot, n s North 1 w 
McDowell 

Crawson Isaiah (c), carpenter, r w s Bloodworth 2 s Davie 

Crenshaw Prince (c), r s end Wilmington 

Cresswell Miss Annie, milliner Mrs W T Lane, r 7 Fayette- 
ville 

Creech Alexander, wholesale and retail dealer in staple 
and fancy dry goods, carpets, boots, shoes, hats, notions, 
etc, n w cor Fayetteville and Hargett, res McDowell 1 
n Edenton 

Creech John D, dry goods, groceries, clothing, hats, caps, 
etc, Exchange Place and Martin 4 w Wilmington, res 
McDowell 1 n Edenton 

Creech Stephen E, grocer, s s Morgan 3 w Salisbury, r same 

Crocker Hebor H, elk W C Upchurch, res Wilmington 1 
s Morgan 

Crocker J B, elk J W Upchurch 

Crocker Miss Sallie with Mrs J G Burt 

Crockett Jane, r n s Lenoir, 2 e Dawson 

Crosby Henry C (c), school teacher, r s end Wilmington 

Crosson Benj (c), r s e cor Haywood & Cabarrus 

Crosson Robert (c), r s e corner Haywood and Cabarrus 

Cross Charles, r w s Bloodworth 3 n Martin 

Cross Geo W (c) (Proctor & Cross), r s s Cabarrus, 2 w Per- 
son 



62 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Cross Isaac (c), r w s Blount 2 s Davie 

Cross Hardy (c), carpenter Len H Adams, r s s Cabarrus 2 

w Person 
Cross R Milton, elk Latta & Myatt, bds Central Hotel 
Crossland Henderson (c), carpenter, r s s Cabarrus 3 e Blount 
Crow Clinton C, bkpr ^tna Life Ins Co, r n w cor Jones and 

Person 
Crow Dellie H, elk State National Bank, r n e cor Halifax 

and Jones 
Crow Wm H, vice pres North Carolina Home Ins Co, genl 

agt ^tna Life Ins Co 49 Fayetteville, rue cor Halifax 

and Jones 
Crowder John W, farmer, r n e cor Jones and Harrington 
Crowder Robert (c), wks F Curtis, res Dawson 3 s South 
Crowder Thomas J, farmer, r n e cor Jones and Harrington 
Crudup S Jones, elk M T Leech & Co, bds National Hotel 
Curtis Alex W (c), carpenter, r es Wilmington 2n Cabarrus 
Curtis Austin (c), res Wilmington 2 s Cabarrus 
Curtis Orson F, contractor and builder w end Hargett, r s 

s Smithlield 1 e Blount 
Curtis Thomas (c), res Wilmington 2 s Cabarrus 
Curtis Wm H (c), boot-black W G Otey, res Wilmington 

2 s Cabarrus 
Czarnomska Miss M E J, teacher mathematics, belles-lettres 

and German St Mary's School w end Hillsboro, r same 



D 



ANCY WM, elk R W Smith, r w s Haywood 2 s Davie 



Daingerfield Richard C, bkpr Latta & Myatt, res Blood- 
worth 1 n Jones 

Daniel Mary A, wid of W R, r e s Person 1 n Cabarrus 

Daniel Wm B, elk W H & R S Tucker, r s s Jones 1 e Per- 
son 

Davis Bryant (c), wks N V Denton, r n s Hargett 2 e Wil- 
mington 

Davis Frank (c), stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbell, r s s 
Davie 5 e East 

Davis George (c), lab T H Briggs & Sons, r n s Lenoir 2 e 
McDowell 

Davis George W F, coach trimmer, r s s South 2 w Person 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 63 

Davis Henry (c), boot and shoemaker w s Salisbury 2 n 
Martin, r same 

Davis Horace (c), photographer H Murphy, res East n 
Edenton 

Davis John T, elk T H Briggs & Sons, r n s Hargett w 
Person 

Davis Jonah R (c), [Davis & Dunston) 

Davis J W, tinner Julius Lewis & Co, r northern limits nr 
Person 

Davis Rufus (e), painter, r n e cor Haywood and Cabarrus 

Davis Wm (e), porter E J Hardin, Fayetteville 

Davis Wm E, coach painter, r s s South 2 w Person 

Davis W H, tin smith, R & G R R Shops 

Davis Wm K, trustee of Smith estate 5 Mahler bldg opp 
Market House, r Franklin county, N C 

Davis Wm L, tinner, r n s Johnson 1 w Salisbury 

Davis Wm R, restaurant e s Wilmington opp market, r 
same 

Davis & Dunston (c), (Jonah R Davis and Nelson C Dun- 
ston) barbers south basement Raleigh National bank 

Day John (c), wks W G McMillan 

Day Josephus (c), lab, r near n e cor Fayetteville and Lenoir 

Day Moses (c), servant Cooke's hotel, r same 

Days Vincent (c), farmer, res Watson's alley 1 n Lenoir 

Debnam Maggie, wid of Thomas C, r e s Wilmington 1 n 
Davie 

Debnam Wm F (c), teacher D D & B Institute (col), r same 

DeCarteret Joseph, engineer, r n w cor Bloodworth and Le- 
noir 

DeCarteret Wm J, wks R & G R R Depot, r n w cor Blood- 
worth and Lenoir 

Dennis John C, tailor and repairer s s Davie 2 w Blount, r 
same 

Denmark James W, bds s w cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 

Denton Nicholas V, saloon n w cor Wilmington and Ex- 
change Place, r u w cor Bloodworth and Cabarrus 

Devereux John jr, (Hinsdale & Devereux), r n s Peace 
opp West 

Devereux Thos P, (Mason & Devereux), r n s Peace opp 
West 



64 RALEIGH CITY DmECTORY. 

Dewey Ghas, pres Raleigh National Bank s w cor Fayette- 

ville and Hargett, r same 
Dewey Isaac (c), cook Oak City Hotel, r n s Morgan 1 w 

McDowell 
Dicks Wm R, foreman book bindery Edwards, Broughtoa 

& Co, r s s Martin 2 e Person 
Dickerson John (c), porter Citizens' National Bank, r Ober- 

lin 
Dickerson John G, r s s Newbern av 1 w Swain 
Dillard James (c), drayman F B. Hill 

Dilliard John H, associate justice, r Greensboro, bds Na- 
tional Hotel 
Dinkens Bryant, lab, r s w limits 
Dinkens Wm, city hand, r n s Martin 7 w S-wain 
Dixon Delia (c), asst cook Central Hotel, r same 
Dixon Henry (c), cook Central Hotel, r same 
Dixon Patsy (c), chambermaid Central Hotel, r same 
Dobbin Theo W, elk W H & R S Tucker, r s s Lenoir 2 e 

East 
Dobbin Robt B, boot and shoe mkr under Citizens' National 

Bank, r n s Davie 1 e Dawson 
Dobbin Robt B Jr, wks Allen & Cram's foundry, r n s Davie 

1 e Dawson 
Dodson Green (c), driver Pool & Moring, r n s Edenton 1 

W Harrington 
Dodd W H, wholesale grocer and cotton com merchant, n 

e cor Wilmington and Martin, r s e cor Hillsboro and 

West 
Dodds S B, bds Yarbrough House 

Doepp August, piano agent, res Bloodworth 1 n Morgan 
Doherty Kate, r s s Davie 4 e East 
Dolan Patrick, bakery, res Wilmington 4 s Morgan 
Donaldson Thomas (c), meat market market house, r n s 

Cabarrus 2 e Wilmington 
Dorr Louisa, principal Johnson graded school, r n s Edentoa 

1 w Dawson 
Dorrance John M, cotton buyer s s Martin 3 e Wilmington, 

bds n w cor Hillsboro and Dawson 
Dowd Jacob (c), blacksmith, r w s Dawson 2 s South 
Dowd John W (Shotwell & Dowd), bds National Hotel 
Dowell Clarence L, student, r n s Jones 1 w Salisbury 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 65 

Dowell Horace J, gcnl merchandise, n end Person, r same 
Dowell Wm J, elk M T> Edwards, r n s Jones 1 w Salisbury 
Downing George (c), painter, r ss North 2 w McDowell 
Doyle James, watchman postoffice, r n s Martin 1 e Person 
Dozier Turner (c), driver David Anderson, r s s Martin 1 w 

Dawson 
Driver Chesley A, carpenter, r w s Swain 1 n Newbern av 
Dudley David C Sr, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r w 

s Blount 4 s Davie 
Dudley Guilford L, chief elk sec'y State's oftice, bds Yar- 

brough Plouse 
Dugger John E, r w s Fayetteville 2 n Lenoir 
Duhamel Victor E, watchmaker opp market House, res 

Person 1 s Lane 
Duke John E, elk National Hotel, r same 
Dunston Allison (c), servant Tucker House, r same 
Dunston Austin (c), waiter Governor's office, r s s South 1 w 

McDowell 
Dunston Calvin (c), brickmason, res East 2 s South 
Dunston Charles, (c), barber w s Wilmington 6 s Hargett, r 

s s Lenoir 1 w Person 
Dunston Hilliard (c), lab, r s e limits 
Dunston James (c), porter W B Mann & Co, r rear n e cor 

Edenton and Wilmington 
Dunston Jesse (c), wks T H Briggs & Sons 
Dunston John (c), wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Dunston MarmadukeN, (c), shoemaker n e cor Cabarrus and 

McDowell, r s w cor Martin and Harrington 
Dunston Martha, r n e cor Bloodworth and Davie 
Dunston Nelson C (c), (Davis & Dunston), r Blount 
Dunston Sidney (c), brickmason J S Allen & Co, r w s 

Blount 2 s Davie 
Dunston Sylvester (c), whitewasher, r w s McDowell 2 s 

Cabarrus 
Dunston Weston (c), whitewasher, r s w limits 
Dunston Wm H, (c), carpenter, res East opp Edenton 
Dunn Charles (c), wks gas house, r s w limits 
Dunn Geo W (c), minister, r s w limits 
Dunn J W, bds Oak City Hotel 
Dunn John (c), r s limits 1 w Blount 



66 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Dunn Rufus, cotton weigher, bds e s Wilmington 3 s Har- 

gett 
Dunn James B, physician 6 Mahler bldg opp market 

house, r n s Hillsboro 2 e McDowell 
Dupree Haley, res Wilmington 2 u Cabarrus 
Dupree W E, bds Yarbrough House 
Durham Frank (c) wks R & G R R Depot 
Durham George (c), wks Depot N C R R, r n e cor Lenoir 

and West 
Durham Richard (c), wks R Roles' planing mill 
Durham Richard (c), engineer Ellington, Royster & Co, r 

rear nsR&GRR3w Dawson 
Durham Wm H (c), shoe maker w s Harrington 1 s Martin, 

r same 



E 



ARL LENA, r s s Cannon opp Dawson 



Earp Hugh W, shoemaker, r n s Martin 5 w Swain 
Eatman Mrs Anna 0, dressmaker n s Hillsboro 2 w McDow- 
ell, r same 
Eatman Averett, r s e cor Cabarrus and Wilmington 
Eatman Wm R, wagon and buggy maker and repairer s 
w cor Morgan and McDowell, r n s Hillsboro 2 w 
McDowell 
Eaton Dow (c), gardener, res Blount n end 
Edgerton Jacob (c), driver J Osborn, r n s Lenoir 4 w Mc- 
Dowell 
Edward Benj (c), porter I QEttinger, res Dawson 2 s South 
Edwards, Broughton & Co (Cornelius B Edwards, Need- 
ham B Broughton and Rev Christopher T Bailey), 
printers, binders and blank book mnfrs, 53 Fayetteville 
3rd floor 
Edwards Charles, wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Edwards Cornelius B (Edwards, Broughton & Co), r n w 

cor Davie and Person 
Edwards Edward W, wks Edwards, Broughton & Co, r n e 

cor Lenoir and Person 
Edwards Henry (c), brickmason, r n s South 2 e Harrington 
Edwards Henry (c), lab, r n s Martin 3 w Swain 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. G7 

Edwards Miss Ida, sewer and folder of books Edwards, 
Broughton & Co, r n e Lenoir and Person 

Edwards John Q, clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes, etc., n s 
Hargett 3 e Fa^'etteville, r same 

Edwards John (c), baker Farriss & Bro 

Edwards Joseph (c), messenger Western Union Tel office, r 
n s Cannon 3 w Dawson 

Edwards Mark D, wholesale and retail grocer and com 
merchant and dealer in boots, shoes, etc, e s Wilming- 
ton opp market, r n s Hillsboro 2 w McDowell 

Edwards Katicy, w'id of Edward, rue cor Lenoir and Per- 
son 

Edwards Samuel (c), porter Raleigh National Bank, r n s 
Cannon 4 w^ Dawson 

Edward Silas (c), hostler G W Wynne & Co, r same 

Edwards Thos B (c), minister, r rear Tupper's church s s 
Cabarrus 

Edwards Wni (c), baker, r s e cor Lenoir and McDowell 

Edwards Wm J, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, and 
pres Raleigh Typo Union, r s s Martin 1 e Person 

Ellen Miss Annie folder and box maker Edwards, Brough- 
ton & Co, r East nr Newbern av 

Ellen Candace, r w s Salisbury 1 n Morgan 

Ellen Miss Cornelia, folder and box maker Edwards, Brough- 
ton & Co, East nr Newbern av 

Ellen Jack, shoe mkr C D Heartt, r 2 miles w Raleigh 

Ellen Martha, wid of Wm, res East 3 n Edenton 

Einstein Miss Sarah, milliner Isaac CEttinger, r 48 Fayette- 
yille 

Ellington George W, wks Ellington, Royster & Co, bds s s 
Jones 2 w Dawson 

Ellington, Royster & Co, (Wm J Ellington, Leonidas H 
Royster, Benjamin F Parks, Robt R Pinkston), contrac- 
tors and builders n s 4 w Dawson 

Ellington Wm J, (Ellington, Royster & Co), r w s West 1 
n Jones 

Ellis Don J, grocer, n s Hillsboro 1 w West, r s w cor Hills- 
boro and West 

Ellis Ruffin B, physician s s Morgan 4 e Blount, r same 

Ellis Wm H, bar tender L D H Whitehead, r n s Cabarrus 
3 w Salisbury 



68 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Ellison Lee (c), wks Thos H Briggs & Sons, r s s Edenton 1 

e West 
Ellison Lycurgus S, wks Ellington, Royster & Co, r w s 

Salisbury 3 n North 
Ellison Stewart (c), carpenter, res Person 3 n Lenoir 
Emery Robert, watchman Jones, Green and Powell, r n e 

cor West and Cabarrus 
Engle John F, photographer, r s e cor Person and Polk 
Engle Robt H, student, r s e cor Polk and Person 
Engelhard Edward B, asst elk Sec'y State's office, bds s s 

Hillsboro 1 e Harrington 
Engelhard Mrs Joseph, wid, bds s s Hillsboro 1 e Harring- 
ton 
Enniss James H, pub N C Farmer and Turner's N C Alma- 
nac w s Salisbury 1 s Jones, r same 
Enniss Pinckney C, elk J Armstrong, r w s Salisbury 1 s 

Jones 
Episcopal Church, Wilmington betv/een Newbern av and 

Edenton 
Ethridge Wm C, bds n w cor Hillsboro and Dawson 
Evans Frank (c), lab, res Dawson 1 s South 
Evans Joel, carpenter, res East 1 n Newbern av 
Evans John W (Evans & Martin), r n s Peace 1 e Pease In- 
stitute 
Evans Lucy, wid of Henry L, boarding, r n e cor Edenton 

and McDowell 
Evans Margaret, steward Oak Citj^ Hotel, r same 
Evans Sidne}^ (c), r rear s s Hillsboro 3 w Saunders 
Evans Thos (c), servant A S Merrimon, res Wilmington 

bet Polk and Peace 
Evans Turner (c), restaurant, res Harrington 1 n Martin 
Evans Wm, moulder Allen & Cram, bds s s Martin 1 w 

Salisbury 
Evans & Martin :' John W Evans and Edwin M Martin), 

carriage manufrs n w cor Blount and Morgan 
Everitt DaVid E (Crawford & Everett), bds National Hotel 
Eversfield Harriett, wid of John, r s s Davie e limits 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. GO 

•AGIN THOMAS, candy manufr A D Royster & Bro 

Faison Benj F, elk Rand & Barbee Bros, r s s Hargctt 1 e 

Person 
Faison Paul F, com mer e s Wilmington 5 s Martin, r n s 

Edenton bet Halifax and Wilmington 
Falls of Neuse Manuf'g Co, manufr of cotton yarns, 
warps, plaids, etc; G Rosentlial, sec and treas, ofiice 47 
Fayetteville 
Farmer Amos (e), wks J Lewis & Co 
Farmer T J, wks R Roles' planing mill 
Farmer and Mechanic (weekly), R A Shotwell and J W 
Dowd editors and proprs, front room 2d floor Mahler's 
bldg, opp Market 
Farnsworth Henry M, painter R & G R R shops, r n s 

Jones 3 w Salisbury 
Farrar Anthony, street hand, r n s Cabarrus 4 w Salisbury 
Farrer Henry (c), wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Farrington Albert, lab, r s s Manly av 1 e Cannon 
Farriss Ghas M, tailor, r s s Lenoir 1 e Blount 
Farriss Chas S (Farriss & Bro), r Wake Forest College 
Farriss Wm A (Farriss & Bro), r opp market house 
Farriss & Bro (Wm A and Chas S), bakery and confection- 
ery and candy mnfrs, opp market house 
Farrow Lewis (c), wks F Curtis 

Farthing Hargis, cabinet maker, r s e cor Jones and Har- 
rington 
Fasnach Edward, watches, clocks and Jewelry, w s Fay- 
etteville 3 s Morgan, r same 
Faucett Elizabeth, wid of John, r w s West 1 s North 
Faucett Franklin W, wks R & G R R Shops, r w s West 1 s 

North 
Faucett Henry M, baggage master R & G R R, r w s West 

1 s North 
Faucett Samuel (c), r n e corner East and Cabarrus 
Faucett Thomas 0, printer Ferrell, Booker & Co, r w s West 

1 s North 
Faucett Whitfield A, printer Farmer & Mechanic, r w s 

AVest 1 s North 
Felton Charles (c), cook, r n s Cannon 2 e Manly 
Fendt Henry L, confectioner, r u s Martin 1 w Salisbury 



70 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Fendt Wm H, apprentice Cooper, Newsotn & Heartt r n s 

Martin 1 w Salisbury 
Fentress Thomas T (T R Fentress & Son), r 15 Fayetteville 
Fentress Thomas R (T R Fentress & Son), r 15 Fayetteville 
Fentress Thomas R & Son (Thomas R and Thomas T), con- 
fectioners and com merchants, 15 Fa3'etteville. 
Ferrall Chas, elk M Grausman, r e end Newbern av 
Ferrall John, elk M Grausman, rooms 29 Fayetteville 
Ferrall Joseph F, elk Fall of Neuse Manfrg Co, r e end 

Newbern av 
Ferrer Nelson (c), servant at Mrs Mary Woodard 
Ferrell, Booker & Co, (Wm H Ferrell, Fred T Booker 

and Stanford L Nichols), book and job printers n e cor 

Fayetteville and Hargett 
Ferrell James K, policeman, r w s West 3 n Jones 
Ferrell John I, lamplighter, r s e cor North and Dawson 
Ferrell P C, wks J S Allen, bds w s Dawson 1 s Lane 
Ferrell Wm, r n s Cabarrus 3 w Salisbury 
Ferrell Wm H, (Ferrell, Booker & Co), r s s Martin 2 w 

Bloodworth 
Fields George (c), carpenter, r n s Cabarrus 2 w Salisbury 
Fields Isham (c), (Lockhart & Fields), rooms e s Salisbury 

2 n Hargett 
Firth Carrie, wid of Thomas, res Salisbury 1 n Hargett 
Finch Henry, farmer, r s s South 2 w Dawson 
Finnell Richard, engineer, res Harrington 1 n Lenoir 
Fisher Julia, wid of Jefferson, r n w cor McDowell and 

Hargett 
Fleming Allen, mailing elk P M Hale, r n s North opp 

Harrington 
Fleming George, moulder R & G R R Shops, r n s North 

opp Harrington 
Flemington Jacob H, atty at law old Sentinel bldg, s of 

Court House 
Fleming Menicha, wid of Robert, r e East 7 s South 
Fleming Thomas M, engineer R & GRR, rns Edenton 2 

w Salisbury 
Fleming Peter C, machinist R & G R R shops, rns North 

opp Harrington 
Fletcher Henry, wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Fletcher Wiley C, r s s Lenoir 1 w Haywood 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 71 

Flow David C, elk J W Upchurch, res Bloodworth 2 s 

Hargett 
Flow Win W, lab, res Bloodworth 2 s Hargett 
Forsythe Edwin E, r s s Martin 3 w Swain 
Forsytbe Josepbus B, (J B Forsytbe & Co), r Exchange 

Place 2 w Wilmington 
Forsytbe J B & Co (Josepbus B Forsythe and Henry M 

Shearin), saloon Exchange Place 2 w Wilmington 
Forsytbe Wm P, elk R Orr, r s s Martin 3 w Swain 
Francis Peter, shoemaker cor Fayetteville and Manly av 
Fraps Anton W, wholesale and retail dealer in liquors, wine 

and beer, also billiard saloon Fayetteville opp market 

house, r s s Davie 1 w Wilmington 
Fray John J (Fray & Morson), r w s Bloodworth 1 s Jones 
Fray &Morson (John J Fray and Hugh Morson), principals 

Raleigh Male Academy e s Blount bet Lane and Jones 
Frazier, tailor C Weikel & Co 

Freeman John (c), lab, r w s Salisbury 1 s Johnson 
Freeman McHenry (c), boot-black Davis & Dunston, r Fay- 
etteville near public school 
Freeman Matthew (c), r rear 5 Fayetteville 
Freeman Norman (c), porter L R Wyatt, r s s Martin 2 w 

Swain 
Freeman Orren J, elk Pritchard & Brooks, r cor Morgan 

and Bloodworth 
Freeman Roda (c), drayman Parker & Avera 
Freeman Sandy J, manager, dry goods, clothing, groceries, 

etc., Exchange Place and Martin 4 w Wilmington, r s 

e cor Morgan and Bloodworth 
Freeman Sol (c), drayman B K Partin, res Person 1 s Har- 
gett 
Friel Chas J, proprietor Raleigh Bakery s w cor Davie and 

Blount, r same 
Friend and Templar (weekly), R H Whitaker, editor and 

propr, s e cor Fayetteville and Market 3d floor 
Ford Adam D, elk F B Hill, bds Central Hotel 
Ford Austin (c), blacksmith e s AVilmington 4 n Hargett, 

res Haywood 4 s Davie 
Ford Charlie, wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Ford Noah (c), driver B H Wood ell, res Haywood 4 s 

Davie 



72 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Ford Robert, carpenter Allen & Cram 

Forest Asa B, sexton Oakwood Cemetery, r n s North opp 

Linden av 
Forest James M ap;t, saloon n s Exchange Place 3 e Fay- 

etteville, r w s West opp Jones 
Fort Dempsey (c), wks J G Jordan 
Fort Isley (c), blacksmith, r s s Polk 1 e Wilmington 
Foster Mar}', principal primary kindergarten dept Peace 

Ins, res Blount 1 n Polk 
Foster Omega H, collecting elk Citizens' National Bank, r e 

s Blount 1 n Polk 
Foster Pompey (c), carrige driver W G Upchurch, res Mc- 
Dowell 1 n Martin 
Foster Robt P, elk N C Depot, r e s Blount 1 n Polk 
Foushee Emeline, wid of Robt J, r n e cor Hillsboro and 

Saunders 
Foushee John G, elk W C McMackin, bds n s Newbern av 

1 e Person 
"Fowle Daniel G, atty at law office and r s w cor Fayette- 

ville and Davie 
Fowler Columbus B, keeper market, r n s Johnson 3 w 

Salisbury 
Fowler George W, pressman Observer, r s w cor Dawson 

and Cabarrus 
Fowler Melisa, wid of Wm, r s w cor Dawson and Cabarrus 
Fowler Robt, baker Mrs L Sorrell, r n e cor Dawson and 

Cabarrus 
Fowler Walter W, r w s Fayetteville 1 s railroad 
Fowler Willis, helper blksmith N S Harp, r n s Martin 7 w 

Swain 
Foy Austin (c), r n s Cabarrus 2 e Wilmington 
Foy Isaac (c), blacksmith, r n s Lenoir 1 e Person 
Frost Valentine A, boiler maker, r s w cor Salisbury and 

Johnson 
Fuller Richard (c), r s s South opp Person 
Fuller Susie A (c), teacher Normal department Shaw Uni- 
versity, r same 
Fuller Thomas C (Merrimon & Fuller), r n e cor Hillsboro 

and McDowell 
Fuller Thomas S, elk J J Thomas, r s s Jones 1 w Salisbury 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 73 

Fuller Williamson W, law student, r n e cor Hillsboro and 

McDowell 
Furnell Alfred, moulder Cooper, Newsom & Heartt 



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AIGE C S, elk W H Morris 



Gales W C, elk S D Wait, r w end Hillsboro 

Gardner Davie (c) (Gardner & Yarbrough) 

Gardner John C, jeweler w s Wilmington 6 s Hargett, res 

Jones 5 e East 
Gardner Starkey F, jeweler, res Jones 4 e East 
Gardner & Yarbrough (c) (David Gardner and Frank Yar- 
brough), shoemakers n s Hargett 2 e Wilmington 
Gary John (c), carpenter, r s w cor Harrington and South 
Garey Fab (c), brickmason, r n s Cabarrus 1 w Salisbury 
Garrett Newell B, r s s Davie 1 e Dawson 
Gaskill Wm B, elk R Orr, bds Hargett 
Gas Office, Michael Bowes supt, s s Morgan 2 w Wilmington 
Gas Works, Raleigh Gas Liglit Co, s w cor McDowell and 

Cabarrus, W Bowes supt 
Gatling John (Gilliam & Gatliug), pres North Carolina 
Home Ins Co. w s Fayetteville 1 s Hargett, r J mile e 
Raleigh 
Gattis Wm A, grain and forage, r s s Martin 1 e Dawson 
Gear John (e), farmer, r n s Cannon 1 w Harrington 
Gentrv Benj S (H D Berry & Co), r Danville, Ky 
Gentry Frank N (H D Berry & Co), r Danville, Kv 
Gentry Nathan F (H D Berry & Co), r Danville, Ky 
Gentry Peter F, (H D Berry & Co), r Danville. Ky 
Gibson Gideon E, teacher D D & B Institute, r same 
Gilbert Martin A'"an B, elk in office of Register of Deeds, 

bds National Hotel 
Giles Wm (c), school teacher, res Wilmington 3 s Cabarrus 
Gill Caroline, wid of Terrell, r s s South 1 e West 
Gill G W, carpenter R & G R R Shops 
Gill Ned (c), hostler G W Wynne & Co 
Gill SorrcU (c), r rear w s Fayetteville 3 s Davie 
Gill Zachariah W, saloon n s Exchange Place, 2 e Fay- 
etteville, r same 
Gilliam Donnell, student, bds Yarbrough House 



74 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Gilliam Geo (c), servant Yarbrough House, r same 
Gilliam Henry A, (Gilliam & Gatling), Ms Yarbrough 

House 
Gilliam & Gatling, (Henry A Gilliam and John Gatling), 

attys at law Law bld'g u e cor Fayetteville and Davie 
Gladvill Oandace, wid of Charles, res Person 1 n Lenoir 
Glenn Anderson, carriage maker A Upchurch, r n s Martin 

3 w Bloodworth 
Glenn V C, wks O F Curtis 
Gooch John, lab, r s s South 2 e Harrington 
Gooch Louisa, wid of Duncan, r s w cor Bloodworth and 

Martin 
Godwin Chas E, canvasser Singer sewing machine 
Goldman Geo, confectionery and fruits 13 Hargett, r same 
Good Haywood (c), blacksmith Cooper, Newsom and Heartt. 

res West 1 s Lane 
Goines B B, (c). teacher Johnson graded school 
Goines Henry (c), wks Wm Andrews, r s w limits 
Goodrum Ned (c), porter Southern Express office, r e s Daw- 
son 2 u Lenoir 
Goodwin Charles A, with W H J Goodwin, r n s Hargett 2 

w Person 
Goodwin Columbus E J, wines, liquors, segars, groceries, 

etc., n w cor Dawson and Cabarrus, r same 
Goodwin Isaac (c), hostler G W Wynne & Co 
Goodwin Miles (Miles Goodwin & Son), police, r Oak City 

Hotel 
Goodwin Miles & Son (Miles and Wm H), proprs Oak 

City Hotel 
Goodwin Wm H (Miles Goodwin & Son), r Oak City Hotel 
Goodwin Wm H J, groceries and liquors e s Wilmington 3 

s Hargett, bds same 
Goodwyn Eliza, wid of Len, r n s North 1 w Harrington 
Goodwyn Matthew T, carpenter R & G R R shops, r n s 

North 1 w Harrington 
Gordon Wm (c), driver Johnson & Barber, r w s West 3 s 

Jones 
Gorham Arthur L (c), porter U S Court and P bldg, r n s 

Newbern av 5 e East 
Gorman Alfred F, painter Bullock & Thompson, r s s 

Smithfield 3 e Blount 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 75 

Gorman Elizabeth, wid of Thomas, r w s Dawson 1 n Eden- 
ton 
Gorman George J, r s e cor Martin and McDowell 
Gorman Henry, coach maker, r s s Smithfield 3 e Blount 
Gorman James W, painter, r s s Smithfield 3 e Blount 
Gorman John C, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, and 
vice pres Raleigh Typographical Union, r s Davie 2 e 
Dawson 
Gorman Maxwell J, local editor Raleigh News, r s e cor 

Martin and McDowell 
Gorman Nicholas carrier Evening Visitor 
Gorman Thomas M, mailing elk postoffice, ssDavie2e 

Dawson 
Gorum Pompey (c), cooper, res Harrington 1 n Edentou 
Gorum Randall (c), r rear e s Person 2 n Lenoir 
Gowell Mrs Wm, dressmaker Mrs Jno R Ray, r Fayetteville 
Graham George W, physician over 14 Fayetteville, r n w 

cor Edenton and Salsbury 
Grant Andrew (c), hostler G W "Wynne & Co 
Grayson Rachael, wid of William, r n w cor Martin and 

Salisbury 
Grausman Michael, family groceries and liquors 29 Fay- 
etteville, r s s Hargett 4 w Blount 
Graves Geo H, elk Yeargan, Petty & Co, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Gray Robert T (Gray & Stamps), r w s Dawson 1 n Hargett 
Gray & Stamps (Robert T Gray and Edward R Stamps), 

attys at law 4 Mahler bldg opp Market place 
Gresham John A, plasterer, r n end Person 
Green Alston (c), wheelwright, r cor Fayetteville and Can- 
non 
Green Andrew A, r n s Jones 1 w Dawson 
Green Andrew H (Jones, Green & Powell), r s s Lenoir 2 e 

East 
Green Austin (c), painter Julius Lewis & Co 
Green Austin (c), blacksmith s e cor Morgan and McDowell, 

r n s Lenoir 1 e East 
Green Harriett (c), r s s Davie 2 w McDowell 
Green Joseph, foreman R & G R R shops, r s s Jones 1 w 

McDowell 
Green John H, foreman machine shop R&GRR, res 
East 1 s Jones 



76 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Green Logan (c), drayman, bds n w cor Dawson and Lenoir 
Green Thomas (c), lab, res Blount 1 n Cabarrus 
Green Wm (c), fireman R&G RR, ins Lenoir 2 w Salis- 
* bury . 
Griffis Allen (c), servant at W C Upchurch 
Griffith Delilah, r n s Lenoir 2 w McDowell 
Grifiitli Mary, wid of Wm, r s s Morgan 3 w Salisbury 
Grimes Wm, r w s Halifax 1 n North 
Grissom Dr Eugene (Pescud, Lee & Co), supt Insane 

Asylum, r same 
Grissom Lewis T, wks R&G depot, r w s West 1 s North 
Groves Austin Yv^, (c), i3orter Pescud, Lee & Co 
Gruendler Frank, cigar mnfr, dealer confectioneries, etc, 1 n 

Yarbrough House, r w s Blount 3 n Martin 
Guant Wm (c), r n s Cabarrus 3 e Wilmington 
Gudger Hezekiah A, principal Deaf and Dumb and Blind 

Institution, r same 
Gulick Wm B, r n e cor Newborn av and Person 
Gulley Jacob W, butcher, r s s Smithfield 2 e Blount 
GuUey Joseph P, dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, hats, 

caps, etc, s e cor Fayetteville and Exchange Place, r e 

s Wilmington 2 n Cabarrus 
Gulley N Y, teach. Graded (white) School, bds Central Hotel 
Gunter Eli (c), lab, r n s Jones 1 e Person 
Gwaltney Wm R, minister, r n s Hargett, 1 w Person 



H 



ABEL FRED W, elk A D Royster & Bro, r e s East 2 
n Davie 

Habel Geo, tailor J Kreth, res East 2 n Davie 

Hagan Harris (c), porter A Theo Hunt, res Bloodworth 4 
n Davie 

Hailey Thos L, wheelwright, r n e cor Wilmington and Le- 
noir 

Hale Peter M, editor and propr Hale's Weekly 53 Fayette- 
ville, bds National Hotel 

Hale's Weekly, P M Hale editor and propr 53 Fayetteville 
2d floor 

Hall Everard, steward D D & B Institute, r same 

Hall E Telfair, elk W H & R S Tucker, r s w cor Swain and 
Hargett 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 77 

Hall Isaac (c), r w s Blount 2 s Smithfield 

Hall Isaac (c), wood cutter, r w s Blood worth 2 s Davie 

Hall Isaac (c), drayman II Whitaker, r w s McDowell 2 n 

Cabarrus 
Hall James (c), shoemaker A demons 
Hall Jordan (c), gardener, r n s Cannon 1 e Manly- 
Hall Lewis (c), wks O F Curtis, r s e limits 
Hall Luke (c), r n s Cabarrus 1 w Salisbury 
Hall Plummer (c), r w s Blount 2 s Smithfield 
Hall Robert (c), s w cor Smithfield and Blount 
Hall Robert (c), r w s Blount 2 s Smithfield 
Hall Thomas (c), carpenter, r s s Cabarrus 2 e Wilmington 
Hall Wm (c), painter, T A Bo wen, r s s Newborn av 4 e 

Wilmington 
Hall Wm J, elk W Woolcott, rooms e s Wilmington 2 s 

jMorgan 
Hall W Robert (c), local editor Journal of Industry, r Wil- 
mington opp Smithfield 
Hallihan John, wks Mitchell's steam boiler works, r s e cor 

South and Blount 
Halsey Henry (c), r n w cor Blount and s limits 
Halsey Thomas R, baggage master N C R R, r u w cor Har- 
rington and Lenoir 
Hamlet Christopher C, elk J P Gulley, r w s Person 2 s 

Davie 
Hamlet John T, elk Johnson & Wiggs, bds n ecor Hillsboro 

and Saunders 
Hampson Thomas, deputy revenue collector, res Blount 3 

s South 
Hampton John S, book and job printer 6 Martin, r s e cor 

Davie and Dawson 
Hanks C Walker, elk Julius Lewis & Co, bds w s Saunders 

2 n Hillsboro 
Hanna James E, mail messenger, r s e cor West and Cannon 
Hamlin James wks Everett & Crawford, r s s Cannon 3 e 

Manly av 
Hanson Joe 'c), lab, r ns Cannon 3 w Dawson 
Hardie Mrs M A, millinery and fancy goods 24 Fayette- 

ville, r same 
Hardie Pink C, asst Mrs M A Ilardie's millinery establish- 
ment, r 24 Fayetteville 



78 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hardin Edward J, groceries and provisions 49 Fayetteville, 

r South opp Salisbury 
Hardin Wm H, r South opp Salisbury 
Harding Bernard R, master mechanic R & G and R & A R 

R, r w s Halifax nr n limits 
Hardy Alex, painter, r s s Morgan 1 e Wilmington 
Hardy Booker (c), whitewasher, r n s Martin 4 w Swain 
Hardy Henry, painter, r s s Newbern av 1 w Blood worth 
Hardy John (c), mechanic, r n w cor McDowell and Lenoir 
Hardy Lucius M, teacher Natural Sciences St Mary's school 

w end Hillsboro, r same 
Hardy Sylvester (c), wks Myers' saloon, r n w cor Lenoir 

and McDowell 
Hardy Toney (c), fireman R & A R R 
Hare Warren H (c), wines, liquors, groceries, etc, s s Cabar- 
rus 4 w Dawson, bds s e cor Cabarrus and Dawson 
Hare Willis G (c), elk W H Hare, bds s e cor Cabarrus and 

Dawson 
Harp Marshall, brickmason, r s s Davie 6 e East 
Harp Noel S, carriage manuf rer s s Morgan 1 w Blount, 

r w s Blount 3 n Hargett 
Harper Chas H, bkpr Raleigh News, r n e cor Newbern av 

and Bloodworth 
Harward George, r n s Lane 2 e Dawson 
Harward James, printer Uzzell & Wiley, r n s Lane 2 e 

Dawson 
Harrell Eugene G (Alfred Williams & Co), r w s Dawson 1 

s Hargett 
Harrell Henry, wks Holliday & Hardesty, r 2 miles west 

Raleigh 
Harris Alvin (c), lab J S Allen & Co 
Harris Amos, r s end Wilmington 

Harris Chas, elk J M Rosenbaum, r s s Martin 4 e Blount 
Harris Churchill, res Blount s e limits 
Harris Dock (c), brakeman R & A Air Line, r n s R & G R 

R 2 w Dawson 
Harris Hardy, res Harrington 1 s Jones 
Harris James H (c), law student, rooms s s Edenton 1 e Mc- 
Dowell 
Harris James M, feed and sale stables s s Martin 3 e Blount, 

r s s Martin 4 e Blount 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 79 

Harris John C L, atty at law old Sentinel bld'ng s court 

house, r 1 milew Raleigh 
Harris Nancy, wid, rs e cor Cabarrus and Wilmington 
Harris Nathaniel (c), brakeman R & G R R, r w s Harring- 
ton 3 n Edenton 
Harris Richard J, dealer in coal bet R & G R R and NCR 

R n N C Depot, res Blount 1 n Polk 
Harris Ringgold, bar tender A W Fraps, r s s Sinithfield 4 

e Blount 
Harris Robert (c), fireman R & G R R, r s s Polk 1 e 

Wilmington 
Harris Thomas, grocer, r s s Martin 4 e Blount 
Harris Thomas C, engraver in wood and signal observer 

office over 55 Fayetteville, res Saunders 2 n Hillsboro 
Harris Walte (c), blacksmith J Lewis & Co, r rear n s Har- 

gett 3 w Swain 
Harris William L, elk Christophers & Sorrell, r n e cor 

Hargett and Person 
Harris Wm N, grocer, s s Davie e limits, r same 
Harris Wm R (c), teacher St Augustine Normal school (col), 

r w s McDowell 1 n Lenoir 
Harris Willis (c), painter, res Salisbury 2 n Cabarrus 
Harrison Alexander M, elk W H & R S Tucker, bds n w cor 

Hillsboro and Dawson 
Harrison Miss Bettie, officedady New Home sewing machine 

office, r n w cor Haywood and Cabarrus 
Harrison Badger (c), lab, r s e cor South and McDowell 
Harrison Charles A (c), painter, res Halifax 1 n Edeaton 
Harrison Geo (c), servant Peace Institute 
Harrison Geo (c), lab, r s s Newbern av 4 e East 
Harrison Henry (c), servant at n s Hillsboro 2 w Saunders 
Harrison Hiram (c), waiter Cottage Hotel, n e cor Dawson 

and Davie, r same 
Harrison John, mattress maker, res Person 4 n Lenoir 
Harrison John T, bar-tender P C Walker, r n s Morgan 2 e 

Person 
Harrison John W, r s s Johnson 1 e R & G R R 
Harrison Malcom, saddler W B Ilutchings, r n vv^cor Hay- 
wood and Cabarrus 
Harrison Mariah (c), matron D D & B Institute (col), r same 
Harrison Mary, wid of John, rn w cor Dawson and Edenton 



80 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Harrison Robert (c), lab J S Allen & Co 

Harrison Sidney D, r s s Martin 3 e Person 

Harrison Wm H, r s w cor Blount and Jones 

Harrison Willis (c), r rear Public School 

Harrington Hugh (c), porter Pritchard & Brooks 

Harrington S A, mail agt R & A Air-Line, bds Cooke's 

Hotel 
Hart Diana, wid of Julius, r s w cor Saunders and Hillsboro 
Hartfield Henry (c), blacksmith, W G McMillan, r n s ]\Iar- 

tin 4 w Swain 
Hatch Mary, tailoress J Kreth, r s s Martin 2 w Salisbury 
Hatch Susan, tailoress J Kreth, r s s Martin 2 w Salisbury 
Hatchell James (c), r n s Edenton 1 w Swain 
Hawkins Geo W (c), vegetables market house 
Hawkins Jane (c), chambermaid Central Hotel, r same 
Hawkins Lee (c), lab, res Dawson 1 s South 
Hawkins Mack (c), waiter Yarbrough House 
Hawkins Stephens (c), driver W H & R S Tucker, r alley s 

s Davie 6 e East 
Hawkins Trim (c), hostler G W Wynne & Co, r same 
Hawkins Dr Wm J, director Citizens' National Bank, r n e 

cor Blount and North 
Hay Thomas T (Cameron, Hay & Co), bds n s Hillsboro 1 

w St Mary 
Hay Walter D, elk Cameron, Hay & Co, bds National Hotel 
Hayes Henry B, Grocer, r n e cor Blount and Smithfield 
Hayes James P, cotton, hides, furs, wool, beeswax, tallow, 

etc, s s Hargett 7 e Wilmington, r s w cor Hargett and 

East 
Hayes John (c), whitewasher, r s s Cabarrus 3 e East 
Hayes Simon G, propr Tucker House, r same 
Hayes Samuel (c), carpenter Ellington, Royster & Co, res 

LI ay wood 2 n Lenoir 
Hayes Wm H, wks T B Macon, r n s Smithfield 1 e Blount 
Hayes Wm M (c), carpenter Ellington, Royster & Co, res 

Fayetteville 6 s railroad 
Haynes Alphonszo H, photographer, r n w cor Newbern av 

and Swain 
Haynes Erasmus D, undertaker w s Fayetteville 1 n Davie, 

r n w cor Newbern av and Swain 
Haynes Malcom L, r w s Swain 1 n Newbern av 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 81 

Haynes Montressa R, cabinet maker E D Haynes, r n w cor 
Newbern av and Swaiu 

Haynes Zacharias W, teacher D D & B Institute (col), res 
Person 2 n North 

Ha3's Richard (c), capeuter, res Wilmington 2 s Cabarrus 

Hays Thomas elk Cooke & Wainwright, iDds Cooke's Hotel 

Haywood Alfred (c), blacksmith e s Wilmington 3 n Har- 
gett, r n s Cabarrus 1 w Person 

Haywood Alfred W, atty at law, room 2, Baglcy bldg s e 
cor Fayetteville and Martin, r n e cor Newbern av and 
Blount 

Haywood Andrew (c), brickmason, r n w cor South and 
McDowell 

Haywood Andrew J (c), manager Union Hall Saloon 

Haywood Edmund B (Haywood & Haywood), r n e cor 
Newbern av and Blount 

Haywood Edmund B Jr, r n e cor Newbern av and Blount 

Haywood Ed Graham, atty at law s e cor Fayetteville and 
Lenoir, r n e cor Fayetteville and South 

Haywood Eli (c), porter AV T Mabry, r same 

Haywood Fabius J (Williams & Haywood), r s w cor Fay- 
etteville and Davie 

Haywood Frank P J, reg letter elk post office, bds Tucker 
House 

Haywood Geo C, helper A Haywood 

Haywood Graham elk Julius Lewis & Co, r n w cor Blount 
and Ed en ton 

Haywood Henry (c), huckster market, r n e cor Hargett and 
Swain 

Haywood Henry (c), bricklayer, r n s Edenton 7 w Swain 

Haywood Hubert (Haywood & Haywood), r n e cor New- 
bern av and Blount 

Haywood James (c), carpenter, r w s Person 1 s Davie 

Haywood Jerry (c), r s s Davie 2 e Wilmington 

Haywood John P, farmer, r s w cor Fayetteville and Davie 

Haywood Lewis (c), wks T H Briggs, r n s Lenoir 1 e Mc- 
Dowell 

Haywood Miss L S, instructor in music Shaw University, r 
same 

Haywood Miles (c), res Watson's alley 1 s Davie 



82 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Haywood Phillip (c), waiter National Hotel, r n s Edenton 

2 w Swain 
Haywood Primus (c), drayman W H Dood, r s e cor Eden- 
ton and Harrington 
Haj'-wood Sherman (c), waiter T F Lee, r n e cor Salisbury 

and Martin 
Haywood Sherwood, State librarian, r n w cor Edenton 

Blount 
Haywood Sallie (c), res East 1 s Cabarrus 
Haywood Richard B, physician n w cor Edenton and 

Blount, r same 
Haywood Wm (c), shoemaker, res East 1 s South 
Haywood Wm J), justice of the peace, r n e cor Edenton and 

Person 
Haywood Willis C (c), shoemaker s s Hillsboro 1 w Har- 
rington, r same 
Haywood & Haywood, (Edmund B and Hubert), phy- 

sians n e cor Newbern av and Blount 
Hazell Frank (c), cook National Hotel, res Blount 2 n 

Cabarrus 
Hearne William A, bds National Hotel 
Heartt Chas D, boots, shoes and hats 13 Fayetteville, r n 

w cor Dawson and Hargett 
Heartt Edward A, elk Raleigh National bank, r n w cor 

Dawson and Hargett 
Heartt Frank H, druggist opp market house, r n w cor 

Dawson and Hargett 
Heartt Howard E (Cooper, Newsom & Heartt), r n w cor 

Dawson and Hargett 
Heartt Leo D, asst cashier State National Bank also city 

treasurer, r w s Saunders 1 n Hillsboro 
Heartt Leo E elk A Creech, r n w cor Hargett and Dawson 
Heck Jonathan M, r w s Blount bet North and Lane 
Heffclman Mary E, teacher mathematics, chemistry and 

physics Peace Institute, r same 
Heflin Robt, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Height Frank (c), fireman R & A R R 
Heller Bros (Gerson and Wm), boots, shoes, trunks, etc, 31 

Fayetteville 
Heller Gerson (Heller Bros), r 11 Fayetteville 
Heller Jacob, elk Heller Bros, r 11 Fayetteville 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 83 

Heller Wm (Heller Bros), r Richmond, Va 

Henderson John (c), driver B F Park 

Henly Robert (c), lab, res Harrington 2 s Cabarrus 

Henry Jennie wid of Louis, r s w cor Edenton and East 

Herndon Wm (c), engineer J S Allen & Co, r u limits nr 
Peace Institute 

Herschmiler Andrew F, stone cutter, r w s McDowell 1 n 
Davie 

Hervey Peyton E, elk S J Freeman, r w s McDowell 1 n 
Hargett 

Hervey Richard E, elk A Creech, r w s McDowell 1 n Har- 
gett 

Hester Wm (c) physician, n s Lenoir 3 e Dawson, r same 

Hicks Chas (c), driver Latta & Myatt 

Hicks Joe (c), wks T H Briggs & Sons 

Hicks John M W, r n w cor Dawson and Edenton 

Hicks Mark (c), driver L H Adams, r s s Cabarrus 3 w Per- 
son 

Hicks Robert (c), wks lunatic asylum, r s s Cannon w lim- 
its 

Hicks Wm B, guard, r n w cor Dawson and Edenton 

Hicks Wm H, secy North Carolina State Life Ins Co office 
n e cor Fayetteville and Martin, r w s Bloodworth 1 n 
North 

Hicks Wm H, r n s Smithfield 2 e Blount 

Hicks Wm J, architect and warden penitentiary, r n w cor 
Dawson and Edenton 

Higgs Austin (c), lab, r w s Dawson 2 n Cannon 

Higgs Austin jr (c), school teacher, r n s Dawson 2 n Can- 
non 

Higgs Charles (c), brickmason J S Allen & Co 

Higgs Jacob, propr Higgs House, saloon and restaurant 
n e cor Hargett and Salisbury, r n e cor Wilmington 
and Carbarrus 

Higgs James (c), porter Marcom & Alford 

Higgs James A, elk A Creech, r s e cor Person and Morgan 

High James (c), porter F B Hill, res West 1 s Jones 

High Richard (c), servant F J Haywood 

Hiler Benjamin (c), huckster market house, r s s Martin 5 
e East 

Hill Aaron (c), driver Lane, Noble & Co, r e end JIagett 



84 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hill Alfred (c), farmer, r s w limits 

Hill Chas (c), blacksmith J Hill, r s end Manly 

Hill Chas P, asst operator Western Union Tel office, res 

Person 1 n Davie 
Hill Edmund F, r n s Hillsboro 2 w Dawson 
Hill Eliza H, school teacher, r n s Hillsboro 2 w Dawson 
Hill Fenner B, groceries and liquors, s e cor Hargett and 

Wilmington, bds Central Hotel 
Hill Henry, lab, r s w cor McDowell and Lenoir 
Hill James (c), porter T H Briggs & Sons, res East 2 s 

South 
Hill John B, elk R Orr, r n w cor Dawson and Jones 
Hill Joseph (c), blacksmith e s Wilmington 3 n Hargett, r s 

end Manly 
Hill Joshua B, U S Marshal, office U S Court and P bldg 

2d floor, r s s Jones 1 w Bloodworth 
Hill Mrs R P, wid Dr Wm G, r n s Hillsboro 2 w Dawson 
Hill Thos (c), porter R & G and R & A R R offices 
Hill Theo H, elk North Carolina State Life Ins Co, res 

Harrington nr N C Depot 
Hill Walter (c), lab J S Allen & Co, r w s Salisbury 2 s 

Davie 
Hilliard Eli, elk Rand & Barbee Bros, bds e s Wilmington 3 

n Cabarrus 
Hinsdale John W (Hinsdale & Devereux), r n s Peace 1 w 

West 
Hinsdale & Devereux (John W Hinsdale and John Dev- 
ereux Jr), attys at law office over Citizens' National 

Bank n e cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Hines Peter, r n e cor Blount and Polk 
Hines Peter E, physician n s Edenton 1 w Salisbury, rsame 
Hines Robt (c), gardener State Capital, r s s Cabarrus 1 e 

East 
Hines Starling (c), r s s Cabarrus 1 e East 
Hing C R, lab R & G R R Shops 
Hinkland T F, lab R & G R R Shops 
Hinton Bennett (c), lab, r basement s s Cabarrus 1 e rail- 
road 
Hinton Chas (c), [Lane, Noble & Co], r e end Hargett 
Hinton Charles (c), carriage driver O'Kelly & Baker, r 

country 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 85 

Hinton Cain (c), r s s Hillsboro 3 w Saunders 

Hinton Cornelius (c), blacksmith Tlios G Jenkins, r nr fair 

ground 
Hinton Daniel (c), wks Edwards, Broughton & Co, r w s 

Bloodworth 2 s Davie 
Hinton Frank (c), r s s Martin 2 e East 
Hinton George (c), r n s Cabarrus 4 e East 
Hinton James (c), waiter Oak City Hotel, r same 
Hinton Jefferson (c), grocer n s Salisbury 2 s Cannon, r n s 

Manly av 3 w Fayetteville 
Hinton John (c), r rear s s Hillsboro 3 w West 
Hinton Lemon B (c), harness maker w s Wilmington 3 n 

Hargett, r Oberlin 
Hinton Lewis (c), driver Dr Wm Little, r same 
Hinton INIatthew (c), drayman Johnson & Wiggs, r n s 

Newbern av 4 e East 
Hinton Monroe (c), lab, r s s Martin 1 e McDowell 
Hinton Nelson (c), wood cutter, r rear e s Person 1 s Martin 
Hinton Rufus (c), wks N A Blake 
Hinton Samuel (c), driver W C & A B Stronach 
Hobgood FP, principal Raleigh Female Seminary, r same 
Hobgood Mrs Mary A, supt domestic department Raleigh 

Female Seminar}', r same 
Hobbs ]\fartha, res Bloodworth 2 s Martin 
Hobbie John B, wks R Roles, r s s South 1 e West 
Hockaday Albert (c), lab J S Allen & Co 
Hodesty Washington I (Hollida & Hodesty), r 2 miles w 

Raleigh 
Hodge Reuben (c), farmer, r s s Cabarrus 4 w Haywood 
Hogan Joseph B, dry goods and groceries, n w cor Martin 

and Blount, r s s Polk 3 e East 
Hogan Robert (c), pressman Edwards, Broughton & Co 
Hogg Dr Thomas D, trustee D and D and B Institute, res 

Wilmington bet Jones and Lane 
Hogue Wm E, guard penitentiary, res Blount 2 s South 
Hoke Robert F, r s e cor Edenton and Dawson 
Holder Elizabeth, res East 5 s South 
Holmes Henderson (c), r n s North 1 w East 
Holt Ausbun, sexton city cemetery, r s e cor Bloodworth 

and Martin 



86 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Holt James Q, engineer D and D and Blind Institute, r 
same 

Holt Jesse, carpenter, bds Cooke's Hotel 

Holden John D, r e s Wilmington 1 s Cabarrus 

Holden Wm W, postmaster at Raleigh, r s e cor Hargett 
and McDowell 

Holyfield James, carpenter J S Allen & Co 

Holland Charles (c), wks R & G Depot, r n s Cannon 1 w 
Fayetteville 

Holland Major (c), driver Jones, Green & Powell, r s w cor 
Martin and Harrington 

Holland Moses (c), r rear s s Cannon opp Dawson 

Holland Robert (c), wood cutter, r n s Cabarrus 1 e Mc- 
Dowell 

Holland Teressa (c), r s s Lenoir 1 w railroad 

Holleman Lonnie, elk Christophers & Sorrell, r n e cor 
Hargett and Person 

Holleman Sidney J, bds National Hotel 

Hollida Jonathan H, (Hollida & Hodesty), r 2 miles w of 
Raleigh 

Hollida & Hodesty, (Jonathan H Hollida and Washington 
I Hodesty), wheelwrights, e s Blount 1 n Davie 

Hollister Martha, wid of John, r n s Morgan 1 e Harring- 
ton 

Hollo way Isham (c), wks R&GRR, rwend Hargett 

Holloway Mitchell (c), wks Mitchell's steam boiler works 

Holloway Rebecca (c), r n s Lenoir 3 e Dawson 

Holloway Wm H, foreman J Lewis & Co's wagon manufry, 
r n s Hargett 2 w Swain 

Home Sewing Machine, J C Brewster, agt 

Horner Marion M, wid of Charles, r e s McDowell 1 n Davie 

Horton Daniel B, grocer w s Salisbury 5 n North, r same 

Horton George H, r e s Blount 2 s South 

Horton David W, book binder Edwards, Broughton & Co, 
res Blount 2 s South 

Horton Henry, plasterer, rnsR&GRR opp Dawson 

Horton Isham (c), [Horton & Hunter], r n s Lenoir 2 w N 
CRR 

Horton John W, yard master R&GRR depot, r w s Salis- 
bury 1 s Lane 

Horton Rebecca, wid of Montford, res Blount 2 s South 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 87 

Hortoii Rufus, car builder R & G shops, r n w limits 

Horlon Rufus H, engineer R & G R R, r s s Johnson 1 c R 
&GRR 

Horton Samuel P, proprietor Cooke's Hotel, s e cor Wil- 
mington and Davie, r same 

Horton Sarah, wid of Jeptba, r ii s R & G R R, opp 
Dawson 

Horton Wm A, carpenter J S Allen & Co, r n s South 1 vv 
Person 

Horton W P, engineer R & G R R 

Hudson James B, elk Parker & Avera, bds n s Davie 2 e 
Wilmington 

Hudson Wra J, carpenter, res Person 2 s Peace 

Huddleston Jolin W, res Dawson 2 s Davie 

Huddleston Lewis, lab, r s e cor South and Harrington 

Hudgins Albert (c), carpenter, r s s Cannon w limits 

Hudgins Dandrid S, ticket agt and tel operator, r w s Hali- 
fax 1 n Johnson 

Huff Herbert, elk J P Gulley, bds e s Wilmington 2 n Ca- 
barrus 

Higgins Hardy R, compositor Friend and Templar, r out- 
side limits nr penitentiary 

Hughes David (c), rnsR&GRR2w Dawson 

Hughes Henr}' I (c), barber n s Martin 4 w Blount, r w s 
Haywood 3 s Cabarrus 

Hughes James (c), drayman F G King, r s s Smithfield opp 
Bloodworth 

Hughes Julius (c), wks R N Mitchell, r n s R & G R, 2 \v 
Dawson 

Hughes Moses (c), wks A Doepp, rnsR&GRR2w Daw^- 
son 

Hughes Robert (c), wks Mitchell's steam boiler works 

Huniecutt Artemus, buggy maker and cotton jin repairer 
s s Holleraan rd 4 e Bloodworth, r same 

Huniecutt Fab W, brickmason, r n e cor Haywood and 
Lenoir 

Huniecutt Geo W G, brickmason, r n e cor Haywood and 
Lenoir 

Huniecutt Joseph, brickmason, r u s Haywood 1 u Lcnoir 

4 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 



Hunt A Theo, proprietor Southern Temple of Photo- 
graphic Art over 19 Fayclteville, r n e cor Morgan and 
Harrington 
Hunt Jolni, carpenter, r s w cor Dawson and Davie 
Howard Junius, painter N S Harp, res Wihnington 5 s 

Morgan 
Howard Leon'das T, elk J B Ilogan, bds Cottage Hotel 
Howard Lucius P, propr Cottage Hotel n e cor Dawson and 

Davie 
Howell Benjamin N, farmer, res Blount 3 n Hargett 
Howell Freeman (c), minister, r s s North 1 e Dawson 
Howell Robeson P, r e s Blount 3 n Hargett 
Howland Edward, r n w cor Fayetteville and South 
Howland Lizzie, wid of Solomon M, r n w cor Fayetteville 

and South 
Hood Catherine, wid of Robin, r s w cor Cabarrus and Per- 
son 
Hood David C, apprentice Uzzell & Wiley, r w s West 2 n 

Lane 
Hood Henry W, elk L Rosenthal & Co, r w s West 2 n 

Lane 
Hood John J E, elk Latta & Myatt, r w s West 2 n Lane 
Hood Latne W, dept shff, r Ji w cor Morgan and Harring- 
ton 
Hood Mattie, wid of David, r w s West 2 n Lane 
Hood Robt C, cash boy A Creech, r w s West 2 n Lane 
Hood Wm B, cashier A Creech, r w s West 2 n Lane 
Hood Wm H, elk Pool & Moring, r w s Person 2 s Morgan 
Hooks Oscar (c), chair bottomer, r n s Hargett 3 w Person 
Hoover Wesley (c), huckster, r n s Cabarrus 2 e Wilmington 
Hunter Armenius (c), r w s Salisbury 1 s Davie 
Hunter Chas (c), r n s Hargett 2 e Wilmington 
Hunter Chas (c), r rear s s Hillsboro 3 w Saunders 
Hunter Chas H (c), r s s Martin 4 e East 
Hunter Chas N (c), asst editor Journal of Industry, r n s 

Newbern av G w Swain 
Hunter Edward (c), boot-black Brown & Sumner, r rear 

public school 
Hunter Henry (c), r w s Haywood 1 s Cabarrus 
Hunter Henry (c), r rear n s Hillsboro 2 w McDowell 
Hunter Job [Horton & Hunter], res East 1 s Martin 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 89 

Hunter Josepli (c), driver, r rear s s Morgan 1 w Salisbury 
Hunter Lee (c), bus driver O'Kelly & Baker, r country 
Hunter Nancy (c), chambermaid National Hotel, r n s Ca- 
barrus 1 w McDowell 
Hunter Osborn (c), editor Journal of Industry, r n s New- 

bern av C w Swain 
Hunter Robt (c), harness mkr W B Hutchings 
Hunter Wiley B (c), hostler G W Wynne & Co, r w s Wil- 
mington 1 n Edenton 
Hunter Willie, r n s Cabarrus 1 w McDowell 
Hurdle Wm (c), porter Wm Simpson, r rear n w cor Hills- 

boro and McDowell 
Hurt Frank (c), fireman R & G R R, r w s R & G R R 1 s 

Lane 
Hutchings Celedon, elk A Creech, bds n w cor Hillsboro 

and Dawson 
Hutson Harrison, lab, r s w limits 

Hutchings Wm B, manfr of and dealer in Harness, sad- 
dles, bridles, etc, s s Martin 1 e Fayetteville, r s s Jones 
1 e Harrington 



IDELY ROBERT (c), servant Rev T E Skinner, r n s 
Hillsboro 1 w Boylan av 

Internal Revenue Office, Isaac J Young, collector, U S 

Court and Postoffice bldg 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind (white), 

H A Gudger, principal, n s Jones bet McDowell and 

Dawson 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind (colored), 

H A Gudger, principal, e s Bloodworth bet South and 

Lenoir 
I F Hall n e cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Iredell Mrs Mary, teacher English studies and penmanship 

St Mary's .School w end Hillsboro, r same 
Iredell Wilson (c), huckster market house, r n w cor Lenoir 

and Haywood 
Iredell David S, carpenter R & G R R shops r n e cor Har- 
rington and Davie 
Irvin Cary c), carpenter, r n s Lenoir 3 e McDowell 
Irvin Manuel (c), shoemaker, r s s Davie 2 e East 



90 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Irvin Wrri; (c), carpenter, r s w limits 
Ivey Frances, wid of Henry, r s s Weldon 2 w Salisbury 
Ivey Henry M, time keeper R & G R R depot, r s s Weldon 
2 w Salisbury 



J 



ACKSON ANDREW (c), dravman, r w s Salisbury 2 n 
North 

Jackson Andrew (c), wks N C depot, r s s Dayie 1 e East 
Jackson Andrew J, carpenter, r n w cor Harrington and 

Jones 
Jackson Edward L, r w s East 2 s Hargett 
Jackson George, r n w cor Martin and East 
Jackson Henry (c), shoemaker W C Ha3'wood, r same 
Jackson John F, wks R Roles' planing mill, bds w s West 

3 s Morgan 
Jackson Miss L T (c), asst teacher Shaw University, r same 
Jackson Laura, wid of Dioneus, r w s East 2 s Hargett 
Jackson Theo, wks J M Harris, bds s s Martin 4 e Blount 
Jackson Wm E V, bkpr G W Wynne & Co, r s s Morgan 3 

e Wilmington 
James Armistead (c), porter H Mahler, r w s Dawson 2 n 

Lenoir 
Jarvis Thomas J, Governor of the State of North Carolina, 

bds Yarbrough House 
Jasper Harvey (c), waiter Cooke's Hotel, r same 
Jeffress Gus, wks Askew's paper mill, r s s Lenoir 2 e 

Blount 
Jeffress Sawney (c), servant F H Busbee, r n e cor Blount 

and Jones 
JefiBreys Austin (c), barber National Hotel,reend Hargett 
Jeffreys Geo (c), porter Parker & Avera 
Jeffreys Isliam (c), elk W H J Goodwin, bds e s Wilmington 

3 s Hargett 
Jeffreys Matthew (c), wks Evening Visitor, r Oberlin 
Jeffreys Norfleet (c), pressman Evening Visitor, r Oberlin 
Jeffreys Norfleet jr (c), brick mason J S Allen & Co, r Oberlin 
Jeffreys Robert W, fanner 7 miles n Raleigh, P O Neuse, 

r at farm 
Jeffreys Sidney (c), pressman Raleigh Christian Advocate 
Jeffreys Stephen (c), r nr cor Blount and s limits 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 91 



Jenkins A D, bds National Hotel 

Jenkins J C, bds National Hotel 

Jenkins John J, elk Western Union tel office, res Person 

1 n Davie 
Jenkins L, r s s Newbern av 4 w Swain 
Jenkins Martha, wid of Thomas, res Person 1 n Davie 
Jenkins Oscar (c), carpenter Kingsley & Ashley, r n s Le- 
noir 1 w Salisbury 
Jenkins Thomas G, manufr form wagons n w cor Hargett 

and Blount, r w s Person 2 s Martin 
Jenkins Weldon (c), res Wilmington 4 s Morgan 
Jenkins Wesley (c), r s s Newbern av 2 w Swain 
Jenkins Wm G, bar-tender W D Upchurch, bds n w cor 

Person and Lenoir 
Jeter Richard T, grocer, r w s Halifax 1 n Johnson 
Jett Henry (c), shoemaker, r nr R & G depot 
Jetton Charlie P, wks Cooper, Newsom & Heartt, r s w cor 

West 7 Lane 
Jewell Devereux (c), wks J M Harris, res East opp South 
Jewish Synagogue, es Fayetteville 2 s Hargett 
Jinks Miss Ada, bds Cooke's Hotel 

John Nicholas (John & Taylor), r w s Wilmincrton 1 n Har- 
gett 
John & Taylor (Nicholas John and Wm T Taylor), restau- 
rant w s Wilmington 1 n Hargett 
Johnson Albert, engineer, r s s Hillsboro 1 e Harrington 
Johnson Andrew (c), r rear s w cor Hillsboro and Dawson 
Johnson Arch L, elk B L Bingham, bds s s North 1 e Per- 
son 
Johnson Ctesar (c), minister, r s s Edenton 3 w Swain 
Johnson Charlie (c), lab, r n e cor Hargett and Swain 
Johnson Chas (c), r Smithfield 1 w Blount 
Johnson Charles E, cotton buyer s s Martin 3 e Fayetteville, 

r n s Hillsboro 1 w Salisbury 
Johnson Columbus (c), lab, r w s West 1 s Cabarrus 
Johnson Dempsey T (Johnson & Wiggs), r n e cor Hillsboro 

and Saunders 
Johnson Devereux (c), r ws Wilmington 1 n Edenton 
Johnson Felix (c), driver G W Swepson, res Blount 2 n 

Cabarrus 
Johnson Eldridge A, grocer n s Martin 2 e Person, r same 



92 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Ephraiin (c), driver W C & A B Stronach, r s s 

North 1 w McDowell 
Johnson Frank (c) draynian, r n w cor Blount and Cabarrus 
Johnson Frances L, wid of Dr C L, r n s Hillsboro 1 w 

Salisbury 
Johnson George (c), lab, res Harrington 2 s Cabarrus 
Johnson Graded School, (col), Miss L Dorr, principal, n w 

cor Hillsboro and Harrington 
Johnson Harrison (c), lab, r s w limits 
Johnson Henry (c), porter Yarbrough House, r u w cor Ca- 
barrus and Blount 
Johnson Henry C, wks R & G R R Shops, r n e cor North 

and Blood worth 
Johnson Jake (c), lab, r n s Lenoir 2 w McDowell 
Johnson James I, elk Pescud, Lee & Co, r n s Hillsboro 1 

w Salisbury 
Johnson John, stone cutter, r n e cor Harrington and Le- 
noir 
Johnson John, res Dawson 2 s Davie 
Johnson Joseph J, (Johnson & Barber), res Person 2 s 

Davie 
Johnson Lewis (c), w^aiter National Hotel, res Blount 2 q 

Lenoir 
Johnson Marion, hospital steward penitentiary, r n s Smith- 
field 3 e Blount 
Johnson Moses (c), porter F G Law 
Johnson Nelson (c), wks Weir's brickyard, r s e limits 
Johnson Rebecca, wid of Thomas, res Person 2 n Lenoir 
Johnson Robert (c), wks O'Kelly & Baker, r s e cor Person 

and Edenton 
Johnson Samuel, shipping elk C E Johnson, r n s Hillsboro 

1 s Salisbury 
Johnson Seaton (c), train hand Chatham R R, r s e cor Har- 
rington and Cabarrus 
Johnson Smithey, wid of Jno, r w s Fa3'etteville 3 n Manly av 
Johnson Thomas (c), wks Kingsley & Ashley, r Oberlin 
Johnson Wiley (c), grocer s s South 1 w Daw^?on, r same 
Johnson Wm B, wks Kingsley & Ashley, r e end Hargett 
Johnson Wm H, carpenter R & G R R Shops, r w s Salis- 
bury 1 n North 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 93 

Johnson & Barber (Joseph J Johnson and Josej)h W Barber), 

groceries and liquors, e s Wihniugton fj s ITaroctt 
Jolinson & Wiggs (Dempsey T Johnson and Thomas J 

Wiggs), grocers and com merchants w s Wilmington 2 

n Market 
Jones Addison (c), stable hand O'Kelly & Baker, r rear w s 

Salisbury 1 n Morgan 
Jones Albert (c), brickmason, r w s Dawson 3 n Cannon 
Jones Andrew J, salesman Jones, Green A: Powell r s s 

Hillsboro 2 w West 
Jones Armstead, atty at law, Adams bldg s w cor AVil- 

niiiigton and Martin, r w s Blount 2 n Polk 
Jones, Atwater & Co (James H Jones, Rufus II Atwater and 

A S Page), meat market, Market house 
Jones Austin, servants e cor Dawson and Hillsboro, r same 
Jones Austin A, elk Jones, Atwater & Co 
Jones Bitha (c), porter J S Taylor, r 31^- Fayetteville 
Jones Cherry (c), r n s South 1 e Harrington 
Jones Clem (c), bds rear e s Person 1 n Davie 
Jones Daniel (c), wks J S Allen & Co, res East 2 n New- 

bern av 
Jones Edward (c), wks Observer office, r s s Lenoir 2 e Blount 
Jones Edward (c), baker, r s e cor Lenoir and McDowell 
Jones Edward A, elk R & G R R, r s e cor Fayetteville and 

Cabarrus 
Jones Emanuel (c), cook Yarbrough House 
Jones Frank, barroom n e cor East and Davie, r s s Davie 

nr e limits 
Jones Friday (c), lab, r w s Salisbury 3 s Johnson 
Jones Garitas H, r w s Harrington 1 s Jones 
Jones Garland, bkpr Williamson & Upchurch, res Ilar- 

rini^ton 1 n Hargett 
Jones George (c), r w s Dawson 2 s Hargett 
Jones George (c), r nr s end A\'ilmington 
Jones Geo (c), r s s Cannon 1 w Harrington 
Jones G M, canvasser Singer sewing machine 
Jones, Green & Powell (Jesse A Jones, Andrew H Green 

and Alex xM Powell), mnfrs of meal and flour, mill 

feed and shingles, wholesale dealers in grain, coal, 

wood, lumber, etc, 47 Fayetteville 
Joues Henry, r s e cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 



94 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Jones Henry (c), wks lunatic asylum, r s s Cannon w limits 

Jones Henry C (c), brick mason, r e s Fayetteville 3 s railroad 

Jones Hilliard (c), lab, r w s West 1 s Jones 

Jones James H (c), r s w limits 

Jones James M (c), shoemaker, r n s Newbern av 4 w Swain 

Jones Jesse A (Jones, Green & Powell), bds s s Hillsboro 

2 w West 
Jones John (c), barber C Dunston, res East 1 n South 
Jones John A (c), barber Snow & Page 
Jones Johnstone, Adjutant Genl, r Morganton, N C 
Jones Joseph (c), farmer, r n s Davie 4 e East 
Jones Joseph (c), r w s Blount, 3 s Smithfield 
Jones Josiah, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r Avent 

Ferry rd 
Janes L, wid of Wesley, r s s Morgan 1 w Person 
Jones Lewis (c), shoemaker, r n e cor Dawson and Lenoir 
Jones Robert H, r s w cor Hillsboro and Dawson 
Jones Seth A, fish, oysters, etc, r s s Morgan 2 e Wilmington 
Jones Shedrach (c), wks Sorrell's barroom, r n s Cabarrus 3 

e East 
Jones Silas H, machinist Allen & Cram, bds s s Morgan 2 

w Salisbury 
Jones Thomas (c), city hand, r s w limits 
Jones Thomas (c), r rear cor Fayetteville and Davie 
Jones Thos N, elk Yeargan, Petty & Co, r w s Person 1 s 

Jones 
Jones Trotmon (c), driver Rand & Barbee BroSy r rear w s 

Fayetteville 2 s Davie 
Jones Washington (c), r w s Dawson 3 n Cannon 
Jones Wiley, shoemaker, r w s Harrington 1 s Jones 
Jones Wesley N, law student, rs s Morgan 1 w Person 
Jones Wm (c), driver E H Lee, r rear e s Wilmington 3 n 

Cabarrus 
Jones Wm (c), painter, r n s Edenton 2 w Plarrington 
Jones Wm (c), cook Toney Burns, bds same 
Jones Wm W, physician over 20 Fayetteville, bds National 

Hotel 
JoUey Benj R, grocer, s s Hillsboro 2 w West r s s Morgan 

1 w West 
Jolley George W, wks Allen & Cram, bds w s Wilmington 2 

n Edenton 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 95 

Jolley Nathaniel, restaurant s s ]\rartin 3 e Blount, r s w 
cor Morgan and West 

Jordan Caroline, wid of James, r n w cor Ilargett and 
Swain 

Jordan Chas H, elk Raleigh News, r n w cor Ilargett and 
Swain 

Jordan Daniel (c), turner Edwards, Broughton & Co 

Jordan Elbert L (c), servant, r n w cor South and Blount 

Jordan Cieorge (c), carpenter, w s West 1 n North 

Jordan Geo C, editor and propr Raleigh News, r s s Har- 
gett 2 w Bloodworth 

Jordan Henry (ci, wks J M Harris 

Jordan James, wks Ellington, Royster & Co 

Jordan James B, elk T H Briggs & Sons, r n s Jones 1 e 
McDowell 

Jordan John C, blacksmith, r s w cor Person and ^Morgan 

Jordan Joseph (c), lab, res Bloodworth 1 n Davie 

Jordan Lonnie, elk Pool & Moring, r s w cor Person and 
Morgan 

Jordan \Vm J, r n w cor Hargett and Swain 

Joseph Theodore, restauiant, wines, liquors, lager beer, 
etc, s w cor Hargett and Salisbury, r over same 

Journal of Industry, office s w cor Morgan and Salisbury, 
O Hunter and C N Hunter (c), editors 

Joyce Geo C, wks Kingsle}^ ife Ashley, r n end Halifax 

Joyner George (c), lab J S Allen & Co 

Joyner Joseph D, cotton commission mercliant n e cor Wil- 
mington and Martin, bds n s Jones 2 e McDowell 

Joyner Samuel (c), r rear s s Plillsboro 4 w Saunders 

Justice Annie, wid of Benjamin W, r s e cor Lane and Mc- 
Dowell 

Justi<3e David J, machinist, R & G R R Shops, r s e cor 
Lane and McDowell 

Justice John G, nmchinist R cfc G R R Shops, r s e cor Lane 
and McDowell 



K 



ANE KIT (c), drayman W C & A B Stronach, r s e 
cor Lane and Person 

Karrar Katie, wid of Jacob, rs w cor Salisbury and Martin 



96 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Keith Leonidas N, printer, Edwards, Brougliton & Co, bds 

Central Hotel 
Kelly Julia, wid of Charles, r w s Halifax 2 n North 
Kelly Clias M (c), waiter Tucker House, r same 
Kelly Eli (c), hostler W R Blake, r s w cor Blood worth and 

Hargett 
Kelly James A, (Kelly, Purefoy & Brewer), bds s w cor 

Fayetteviile and Cabarrus 
Kelly, Purefoy & Brewer, (James A Kelly, Addison F 

Purefoy and Samuel W Brewer), genl com merchants 

s s Martin 4 e Fayetteviile 
Kenan Thomas S, Attorney General N C, r Wilson, N C, 

bds s w cor Newbern av and Blood worth 
Kendrick W B, genl agt University Publishing Co over 51 

Fayettevitle 
Kennedy James F, tailor C Weikel & Co, r s s Jones 1 e 

Dawson 
Kerr Washington C, State Geologist, office over 55 Fayette- 
viile, res Blount 2 n Polk 
Kerr Wm H, elk W C & A B Stronacli, bds n s Hillsboro 2 

w West 
King Anna (c), wid of Wm, r ss Cannon 1 w Harrington 
King Andrew J, elk J M Rosenbaum, r s s Morgan 1 e 

Bloodworth 
King Chas (c), r n s Cabarrus 3 w Blount 
King Christina, wid of Rufus, r n s Martin 1 w Salisbury 
King Clara, wid of Edward, res West 1 n Martin 
King David H, elk A Creech, bds n e corner Edenton and 

McDowell 
King D M, engineer R & A R R, bds National Hotel 
King Edward A, elk C C Clawson, bds 10 Fayetteviile 
King Frank M, painter, r s e cor Blount and Smithfield 
King Furney G, tailor, r s ecor Blount and Smithfield 
King Genadius W (King & Brockwell), r w s West 1 n 

Cabarrus 
King George G, U S deputy marshal, r s e cor Blount and 

Smithfield 
King James (c), porter L D & W R Womble 
King James C, wks Raleigh Gas Light Co, r s s Cabarrus 2 

e Dawson 



KALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 1)7 

King John, supt construction US Court House and Post- 
office, r n s Hargott 8 e Swain 
King John C, blacksmith, r n s Davie 3 w Swain 
King John C, printer Ferrell, Booker & Co, r s e cor Blount 

and Smithtield 
King Josiah, grocer s s Davie 5 e East, r same 
King Marquis L, printer Raleigh News, bds Cooke's Hotol 
King Millard F (Betts & King), r e s R&GR'R2n 

Johnson 
King Pliillip (c), lab, r w s Dawson 1 s Cabarrus 
King Robt 0, elk L Rosenthal & Co, r s e cor Smithfield 

and Blount 
King Wesley W, wks R & G depot, r s w cor Jones and 

Harrington 
King & Brockwell (Genadius W King and Thomas Brock- 
well), gun and locksmiths w s Salisbury 1 n Martin 
Kingsley Thaddeus A (Kingsley & Ashley), r n end 

;^ a lis bury 
Kingsley & Ashley (Thaddeus A Kingsley and Wm E 

Ashley), architects and builders, n end Halifax 
Kirkham Benj S, meat market market house, r s w cor 

Blount and Martin 
Kirkland Mis Emma, milliner Mrs J G Burt 
Kirkman Thomas, machinist, r s s Cannon w limits 
Kittrells Giles (c), r n s Edenton 6 w Swain 
Klueffelberg Chas, pattern mkr R & G R R, r opp n end 

Salisbury 
Knight Henry C, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r n e 

cor North and Dawson 
Knox Augustus W, physician over 11 Fayetteville, r s w 

cor Newbern av and Blood worth 
Knuckles George, brakeman R & A Air-line, r n s R & G 

R R, 2 w Dawson 
Kramer Saml, jeweler H Mahler, bds n w cor Fayetteville 

and Cabarrus 
Kreth Alex, cleaning and scouring n e cor Fayetteville and 

Hargctt, bds n s Edenton 2 e McDowell 
Kreth Fernando, cigar mkr O'Neil & Plumadore, r n s 

Edenton 1 e McDowell 
Kreth Joseph, merchant tailor, n s Martin 2 w Fayetteville, 

r n s Edenton 2 n McDowell 



98 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Kreth Kalford, elk Lawrence & Smith, r u s Eden ton 2 e 

McDowell 
Kuester Alex T, gun and locksmith H C Smith, r nr New 

Fair Grounds 



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ABARBE LOUIS J, accountant, bds Cooke's Hotel 



Lacy B R, eno;ineer R & G R R 

Lacy Mrs M R, lad}"- principal Peace Institute, r same 

Lacy Robert (c), wks Edwards, Broughton & Co, r s s 

Smithfield opp Blount 
Lamb Sergeant, millwright, r s w cor Bloodworth and Mar- 
tin 
Lamb Wm, carpenter, r s s Cannon 1 e West 
Lambeth Chas S, r e s Saunders 3 n Hillsboro 
Lambeth Chas W, city elk, res Saunders 3 n Hillsboro 
Laraond James F A, lawyer, r w s Wilmington 2 n Edenton 
Larason Francis res Wilmington 7 s Morgan 
Lamson Sarah, dressmaker e s Wilmington 7 s Morgan, r 

same 
Lancaster Wm H, grocer s w cor Dawson and Jones, r same 
Lane David A (c) wks F Gruendler, r n e cor Manly av and 

Cannon 
Lane Edward (c) [Lane, Noble & Co], r e end Hargett 
Lene Edward (c), wks gas house, r s w limits 
Lane Frederick (c), lab, r rear s w cor Blount and Jones 
Lane Marcus (c), brickmason, r s w limits 
Lane Mekin (c), sexton Presbyterian church, r rear w s Mc- 
dowell 2 n Hargett 
Lane, Noble &; Co (c), [Edward Lane, Melvin Noble and 
Charles Hinton], livery and feed stable, e s Salisbury 1 
n Edenton 
Lane Peter (c), res Salisbury'- 1 n Cabarrus 
Lane Richard (c), wks Cooke's brickyard, r w s McDowell 

3 n Lenoir 
Lane Silas (c), r rear e s Person 1 n Davie 
Lane Mrs W T, millinery and fancy goods 7 Fayetteville, 

r same 
LaneW T, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Larkin L E, carpenter, bds Cooke's Hotel 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 99 

Lassiter John W, elk Yeargan, Petty & Co 

Latta Chas G, (Latta & Myatt), r s s Newbern av 1 e Per- 
son 

Latta & Myatt, (Chas G Latta and Wm A Myatt), whole- 
sale grocers and cotton commission merchants Martin 
and Market Exchange 2 w Wilmington 

Law Frank G agt, china and silver ware 9 Fayetteville, 
bds National Hotel 

Law Henry D, with F G Law, bds National Hotel 

Lawrence Alex W, (Lawrence & Smith), r w s Halifax 1 
s Johnson 

Lawrence James E, engineer NCR R, r w s Salisbury 1 n 
Weldon 

Lawrence John (c), driver D J Ellis, r rear n s Hillsboro 2 
w Saunders 

Lawrence Maria, wid of Alexander,, r w s Halifax 1 s John- 
son 

Lawrence Virginius D, (Lawrence & Renfrow), r n s 
Morgan 1 w Salisburj' 

Lawrence & Renfrow, (Virginius D Lawrence and John 
H Renfrow), proprs Globe saloon n s Exchange Place 
4 e Fa^'etteville 

Lawrence & Smith, (Alex W Lawrence and William W 
Smith) life and fire insurance w s Fayetteville 3 n Mar- 
tin 

Leach Giles E. (M T Leach & Co) bds Tucker House 

Leach Middleton T, (M T Leach & Co), bds Yarbrough 
House 

Leach M T & Co (Middleton T and Giles E Leach), grocers 
and com merchants e s Wilmington 3 n Martin 

Le Gal Mile Josephine, teacher French department St Mary's 
school w end Hillsboro, r same 

Legrande Chas, elk C D Heartt 

Lemon Frederick, stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbell 

Leopold Rachel, cigars and confectionery 59 Fayetteville, r 
same 

Lester Dock (c), r rear s w cor Martin & Salisbury 

Lewellen C H, steward Yarbrougli House, r same 

Lewis Alfred (c), lab, res Blount n end 

Lewis Alfred W, carpenter, r w s Person 2 n Polk 



100 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Lewis Augustus M, atty at law old Sentinel bldg south of 
Court House, r w s Wilmington 1 s Peace 

Lewis Benj B Jr, atty at law old Sentinel bldg, south of 
Court House, r w s Wilmington 1 s Peace 

Lewis Cornelius (c), waiter National Hotel 

Lewis Geo (c), brakeman R&GRR, rws West 3 s Lane 

Lewis James J, policeman, rws Person 2 n Polk 

Lewis Julius (Julius Lewis & Co.), r n w cor Saunders and 
HiDsboro 

Lewis Julius & Co (Julius Lewis and Nicholas W West), 
hardware, stoves, tin ware, sash, blinds, doors, etc, n e 
cor Fayetteville and Exchange place ; also manufrs of 
carriages and wagons n s Hargett 3 w Swain 

Lewis Madison (c), grocer, s s South leNCRR, rnw cor 
Dawson and Cannon 

Lewis Martha, wid of Richard, r s w cor Lane and Wil- 
mington 

Lewis Rasmus (c), fireman R & G R R, r nr R & G depot 

Lewis Dr Bichard H, practice limited to the eye, ear and 
throat n s Martin 1 w Fayetteville, r s w cor Wilming- 
ton and Lane 

Lewis Robert (c), r n w cor West and Hillsboro 

Lewis Robt G, atty at law law bldg n e cor Davie and 
Fayetteville, rws Halifax 2 n North 

Lewis Sarah, wid of Alfred, r s w cor Jones and Harrington 

Levy Emmett E, elk Yarbrough House cigar stand, r s s 
Smithfield 4 e Blount 

Jjevy Henry M, painter, r s s Smithfield 4 e Blount 

Levy Leopold, agent Levy's Southern Bazaar and shirt 
nianfry 40 Fayetteville, r same 

Levy Robt H, painter, r s s Smithfield 4 e Blount 

Levy's Southern Bazaar and shirt factory, F Levy, propr, 
40 Fayetteville 

Lee Addison S (Pescud, Lee & Co), r w^ s Person 2 n Eden- 
ton 

Lee Cleophas R, cotton merchant, r n w cor Newbern av 
and East 

Lee Edward H, cotton buyer and com merchant n e cor 
Wilmington and Martin, rnw cor Newbern av and 
East 

Lee Henderson (c), carpenter, r s s Cannon w limits 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 101 

Lee Henry (c), r w s McDowell 1 s South 

Lee James "W, chief of police, r n e cor East and Jones 

Lee Jerry S (c), asst teacher Shaw University, r same 

Lee John (c), stable hand O'Kelly & Baker, r n s Cabarrus 4 

e Dawson 
Lee Orange (c), driver J D Whitaker 
Lee Reginald A, elk E H Lee, r s w cor Newbern av and 

East 
Lee Richard H, elk Pescud, Lee & Co, r w s Person 2 n 

Edenton 
Lee Thomas G, harness mkr E F Wyatt & Son, r s s Morgan 

1 e Person 
Lee Tim F, billiards, saloon and restaurant n e cor Martin 

and Salisbury, r same 
Lee Windsor (c), waiter Yarbrough House, r n s Cabarrus 

4 e Dawson 
Lee W Thomas, book binder Edwards, Broughton & Co, r s 

s Cabarrus 2 e McDowell 
Lichtenstein Geo, r 40 Fayetteville 
Ligon Henry (c), driver E J Hardin, r w s Fayetteville 2 s 

South 
Ligon Kittie (c), teacher Johnson Graded School 
Ligon LaFayette (c), blacksmith s w cor Hargett and 

Blount, r country 
Ligon Talbert, r s s Hillsboro 1 w Salisbury 
Lineberry Mrs L C, milliner M A Hardie.V 24 Fayetteville 
Lincke Paul T C, prof of athletics, fencing and swim- 
ming, athletic hall Adams' bld'g s w cor Wilmington 

and Martin, r s s Newbern av 3 e Person 
Lindsay George (c), servant T M Argo, r s w cor Person and 

Edenton 
Linehan Patrick G, stone mason, r n e cor Blount and 

Jones 
Lipscombe E H (c), asst teacher Shaw University, r same 
Lipscomb Green (c), Avaiter H Cain, r Wilmington opp 

market 
Lipscomb Oscar D, carpenter, r w s Dawson 1 s Lane 
Litchford Henry, carrier Evening Visitor 
Litchford James J, collector Raleigh Gas Light Co, r s e 

cor Newbern av and Person 
Litchford Sallie, matron for the D D & B Ins, r same 



102 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Little Ceburn M, guard penitentiary, r s s Peace 1 w Hali- 

fox 
Little John C R, agt Richmond & Danville R R North 

Carolina Div, r s e cor Salisbury and Weldon 
Little Margaret C, wid of George, r n w cor Blount and 

Newbern av 
Little Wm, physician n w cor Blount and Newbern av, r 

same 
Lloyd Isham, r w s Bloodworth 1 n Martin 
Loader Robert, r s s Cabarrus 3 e McDowell 
Loader Thomas R, merchant tailor n s Hargett 1 e Fay- 

etteville, r s s Cabarrus 3 e McDowell 
Lockhart Chas (c), (Lockhart & Fields), r Oberlin 
Lock hart Charles jr (c), cabinet maker Austin & Moore, r 

Oberlin 
Lockhart Handy (c), undertaker e s Blount 1 s Davie, r 

same 
Lockhart & Fields (c), [Chas Lockhart and Isham Fields], 

undertakers e s Salisbury 2 n Hargett 
Locklear Jane (c), chambermaid National Hotel, r n s 

Lenoir 2 w Haywood 
Locklear Wm (c), lab, r n s Lenoir 2 w Haywood 
Lodge Kline, elk Wm Simpson, bds w s Person 2 n Har- 
gett 
Lodge Wm, bds w s Fayetteville 2 s Davie 
Long Alex (c), barber n w cor Martin and Wilmington 
Long Isaac, fish and oysters Market house, r n s Hargett 2 

w Blount 
Long John A, fish and oysters Market house, r n s Hargett 

2 w Blount 
Long Wm, lab, R & G R R shops 
Lorbacher Paul P, elk F H Heartt, bds Oak City Hotel 
Lougee Augustus H, farmer, r s s Martin 2 w Blount 
Lougee Caroline, wid of Wm J, r s s Martin 2 w Blount 
Love Geo C (c), waiter State Auditor, bds n s Cabarrus 1 w 

Dawson 
Love Joseph (c), wks O'Neill & Plumadore, r Oberlin 
Love Maryland (c), lab, r s w limits 
Love Samuel L, Auditor of State, bds National Hotel 
Love Thomas, r w s Bloodworth 1 s Davie 



WILLIAM SIMPSON, 



WHOLES AIjB and RETAIL 

1 



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Shoulder Braoes, Trusses, 

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xVnd everythincr usually kept in a first-class Drug Store. 

Agricultural Chemicals. 

S^^Send for pamphlet containiug directions and testimonials, 

M. C. WILLIAMS, President. SAM'L C. WHITE, Cashier. 

Authorized Capital, $500,000.00. 

Paid-up Capital, $100,000.00. 

Deposits Received. Collections made at \ per cent, and 
remitted promptly. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

C. G. LATTA. W. A. MYATT. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Martin Street and Market Exclianj^e, 

Bagging and Ties a Specialty. RALEiaH, N. 0. 

i^^Agents for the L. & R. Guano, Chesapeake Guano, Navassa 
Guano and Aeid Phosphates. 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 103 

Love Thomas L, geiil store w s Wilmington 6 s •Hargett, r 

w s Bloodvvorth 1 s Davie 
Lowe James, wks J L Stone 

Lowe Mrs \V ^I, boarding house 7 Fayctteville, r same 
Lowe Wm M, physician, r 7 Fayetteville 
Lumley Thos J, wks R Roles' planing mill, r s w cor Peace 

and Wilmington 
Lumsden Chas F, tinner J C S Lumsden, r w s Bloodworth 

1 n Edenton 
Lumsden Frank H, tinner J C S Lumsden, r s s Hillsbora 

1 w St Mary's 
Lumsden John C S, stoves, tin ware, house-furnishing 

goods, gun and locksmith, etc, opp Market liouse 63- 

Fayetteville, r s s Hillsboro 1 w St Mary's 
Lumsden Lonnie, asst J C S Lumsden, r s s Hillsboro 1 w 

St Mary's 
Lumsden Robert E, bkpr J C S Lumsden, bds n s Hillsboro 

2w West 
Lutlier Madison C, elk Monie & Towles, r n w cor Martin & 

Bloodworth 
Lyon Hugh E; family grocer, e s Blount 2 n Davie, r same 
Lyon William H, elk H E Lyon, res Blount 2 n Davie 
Lyons Thomas (c), wks Ellington, Royster & Co, r n s R & 

G R R, 2 w Dawson 
Lyman Rt Rev Theodore B, asst Bishop of N C, r n e cor 

North and Wilmington 



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cADOO GEORGE (c), hostler G W Wynne & Co 



McAllister Edward V, wks Allen & Cram, r w s Person 4 u 

Polk 
McAllister John H, carpenter T H Briggs, r w s Person 4 ii 

Polk 
McAllister Wm H, express messenger R & A Air Line, r w 

s Person 4 n Polk 
McCauley Burke (c), baker Farriss & Bro 
McCauley Henry (c), wks L Rosenthal & Co 
McCauley Matthew (c), driver S E Creech, res Halifax 1 n 

Edenton 
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104 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

McClain John (c), wks L H Adams, r s s Cabarrus 4 w Per- 
son 

McCoy James (c), waiter W R Davis, r same 

McCoy Lewis (c), r s limits 1 w Blount 

McCoy Samuel (c), driver Jones, Green & Powell 

McCraney Jolm \V, foreman Farmer and Mechanic, bds n e 
cor Edenton and McDowell 

McCraw Wm T, carpenter Ellington, Royster & Co, r s s 
Morgan 2 e Blount 

McCray David (c), r rear s s Hargett 3 w Swain 

McDaniel Miss Cornelia E, teacher Kindergarten and pre- 
paratory department Raleigh Female Seminar}^ r same 

McDonald Cary, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, res 
Person 1 s Jones 

McDonald Charlie C, stamp elk postoffice res Person 1 s 
Jones 

McDonald John, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, res 
Person 1 s Jones 

McDonald John A, janitor U S Court and P bldg, res 
Person 1 s Jones 

McDonald Joseph (c), r n s R & G R R 2 w Dawson 

McDowell Julia, wid of Wm, r n s Johnson 1 e railroad 

McDowell Wm F, fireman R &A RR, rns Johnson 1 e 
railroad 

McGee James W, physician e s Dawson 1 n Hargett, r same 

McGee Sallie P, wid of Thaddeus, r s e cor Hillsboro and 
Dawson 

McGee Wm T, bkpr W H & R S Tucker, r s e cor Dawson 
and Hillsboro 

McGow^an Miss Anna, milliner Mrs W T Lane, r w s Salis- 
bury 1 s Martin 

McGowan Patrick, keeper weights and measures State Capi- 
tol, r w s Salisbury 1 s Martin 

McGowan Patrick W, printer, r w s Salisbury 1 s Martin 

Mcintosh Lochlan, stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbell, r s 
s Martin 1 w Salisbury 

McKee James, physician over n w cor Martin and Fay- 
etteville 3d door, r s e cor Blount and Jones 

McKimmon Chas, elk W H & R S Tucker, bds Yarbrough 
House 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 105 

McKimmon Miss Kate, teacher St Mary's school w end 
Hillsboro, r same 

McKinsey Charles (c), brickmason, r n w cor Harrington 
and Jones 

McKnight Wm (c), lab, r n s Davie 2 e McDowell 

McKoy Lary (c), r s w limits 

McKoy Neil (c), shoemaker s w cor Cabarrus and Blount, 
r s w limits 

McKoy Wm (c), shoemaker s w cor Cabarrus and Blount, r 
s w limits 

McLean Archey A, elk A Creech, bds National Hotel 

McLeod Donald, f)rinter Edwards, Broughton & Co, r n s 
North 1 e Dawson 

McMackin Wightman C, commission merchant and cot- 
ton seller s s Martin 3 e Fayetteville, r n s Newbern av 
1 e Person 

McMillan John D, machinist Cooper, Newsom & Heartt 

McMillan Wm G, veterinary surgeon and farrier s e cor 
Blount and Morgan, r n s Hargett 3 e Blount 

McNaughton John G, copper smith J C Brewster, bds e s 
WiUnington 3 s Morgan 

McNeil Archie N, apprentice J S Allen & Co, bds w s Daw- 
son 1 n Ed en ton 

McPheeters Alexander M, miller, r w s Dawson 1 s ]\Iorgan 

McRae John Y, elk Pescud, Lee cfeCo, bds Yarbrough House 

McRary Jasper W, printer Raleigh (/hristian Advocate, r e 
s Dawson 1 n R & G R R 

McRea Fred (cj, driver, r rear n w cor Fayetteville and 
South 



MABRY WM T, saloon and restaurant n s Hargett 5 
e Fayetteville, res McDowell 1 s Martin 

Macon Thomas B, (Blake & Macon), restaurant 59 Fayette- 
ville, res Blood worth 1 n Hargett 
Macklin Alex (c), r rear e s Wilmington 1 s Davie 
Macklin James (c), r rear e s Wilmington 1 s Davie 
Macy Eli 0, public adm'r, r s w cor Hargett and West 
Macy Robert H, wks R & G R R Shops, r s w cor Hargett 

and West 
Macy Wm R, painter, r s w cor Hargett and West 



106 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Mahler F Louis, genl bkpr Raleigh National Bank, bds s w 

cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 
Mahler Henry, watches, clocks and jewelry Fayetteville 

opp market house, r n w cor Fa3'etteville and Cabarrus 
Mahoney Wm M, collector Singer sewing machine, bds s w 

cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 
Magnin Albert, auctioneer e s Wilmington 1 s Hargett, r 

n w cor McDowell and Cabarrus 
Mallaby Rebecca, wid of Samuel, r n s Hargett 2 e Swain 
Malone John H (c), brickmason, r rear public school 
Malone Romnus (c), wks Mrs Sorrell, res McDowell 1 s 

Cabarrus 
Manly Benjamin (c), lab, r s e cor Martin and East 
Manly Basil C, mayor city of Raleigh, office Metropolitan 

Hall, r n w cor Halifax and Jones 
Manly Charity, wid of Cliarles, r South opp Salisbury 
Manly Chas (c), shoemaker A demons, r country 
Manly Elisha (c), carpenter, res Bloodworth 1 n Lenoir 
Manly John S, r w s Wilmington 3 s Davie 
Manly London C, r w s Wilmington 3 s Davie 
Manly Sidney (c), driver Jones, Green & Powell 
Manly Sterling R, r w s Wilmington 3 s Davie 
Manly Thomas (c), grocer s s Hargett 4 e Wilmington, r se 

cor Martin and East 
Manly Trim (c), drayman, r n e cor South and Dawson 
Manl}' Wm (c), carpenter J S Allen & Co 
Mann Wesley B (W B Mann & Co), bds n w cor Hargett 

and McDowell 
Mann W B & Co (Wesley B Mann and Chas W Young), 

dry goods and groceries n s Hargett 2 e Fayetteville 
Mangrum Duncan C, r s s Smithfield 1 e Bloodworth 
Mangrum John C, r e s Bloodworth 3 s Cabarrus 
Manning John M, bond elk State treasurer's office, bdss s 

Hillsboro 1 e Harrington 
Manor Green, lab, r s e cor Cabarrus and Wilmington 
Manson Willie C, bkpr P F Faison, bds n s Edenton bet 

Halifax and Wilmington 
Marcom Geo P, elk R B Andrews & Co, bds Tucker House 
Marconi James C (Marcom & Alford), r w s Salisbury 1 u 

Edenton 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 107 



Marcom John "W, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co and 

treasuror Raleigh Typographical Union, r s s Lenoir 2 
w Person 

Marcom & Alford (James C Marconi and James H Alford), 
grocors and com merchants n w cor Wilmington and 
Hargett 

Marsh James A, dep warden penitentiary, r s s Hillsboro 2 
w Saunders 

Marshall Dr Mathias M, Rector Christ Church, r n e cor 
Nevvbern av and AVllmington 

Marshall Tobe, wks J M Harris, bds s s Martin 4 e Blount 

Martin Edwin M (Evans & Martin), res Saunders 1 n 
Hillsboro 

Martin Josepli B, second auditor R & G and R & A R R, r 
s w cor Peace and Halifax 

Martin Juda (c), waiter Oak City Hotel, r same 

Martin Matthew (c), porter Southern Express office, res 
Blount 1 n Lenoir 

Martin Thomas D, r n s Hillsboro 2 w Saunders 

Martin Wm H, dep U S marshal, r s w cor Blount and 
Martin 

Martin Willis (c), r n s Cabarrus 2 w Blount 

Mason Wm S (Mason & Devereux), r n s Edenton 1 e Wil- 
mington 

Mason & Devereux (W^m S Mason and Thonjas P Deve- 
reux), attys at law room 4 Bagley bldg s e cor Fayette- 
ville and Martin 

Massey Henry (c), wks R & G R R depot, r s s Cannon 2 e 
Manly av 

Mastin Mrs Lee W, bds 7 Fayetteville 

Mattoon Emma W, teacher of elocution, rhetoric and com- 
position, Peace Institute, r same 

Matthews Jonas, blacksmith R A: G R R Shops, res Mc- 
Dowell 1 n Jones 

Matthews Wm (c), brick mason, r s e cor South and Dawson 

Mays Booker (c), r s s Hillsboro 3 w Saunders 

Mayes Major (c), driver Jones, Green & Powell 

Mayo Cornelius (c), waiter hotel Durham, r s w cor Lane 
and Person 

Mayo Mary (c), r n s Lenoir 1 w McDowell 

Mayo Wm (c), waiter Yarbrough House 



108 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Meares Mrs K DeR, teacher of music St Mary's school w end 

Hillsboro, r same 
Mesels Solomon (c), servant at C Dewey 
Mebane Thomas (c), lab, r s w limits 
Meadows Cook C, canvasser J L Stone, bds e s Dawson 1 s 

Jones 
Meadows James I, bar tender J S Taylor, r s w cor Davie 

and Person 
Meadows Marcus A, wheelwright J Lewis & Co, r e s Person 

2 n Martin 
Medlen George, lab, r n e cor Swain and Davie 
Medlen Thos, lab, r rear s w cor Swain and Martin 
Medlen AVm H, w^atchman R & G depot, r nr R & G depot 
Merchant Miss E B (c), asst teacher Shaw Universit}', r same 
Merrick John (c), barber W G Otey^ res Fayetteville 3 s 

railroad 
Merrill Samuel, gas fitter and plumber e s Fayetteville 3 s 

Martin, r s e cor Cabarrus and McDowell 
Merritt Benj (c), servant Peace Institute 
Merritt Casv/ell (c), farm hand,r n e cor Lenoir and West 
Merritt Richard (c), r rear n s Hillsboro 2 w Dawson 
Merrimon Augustus S (Merrimon & Fuller), res Wil- 
mington bet Polk and Peace 
Merrimon Branch, elk R&D depot, res Wilmington bet 

Polk and Peace 
Merrimon Edgar A, res Wilmington bet Polk and Peace 
Merrimon & Fuller (Augustus S Merrimon and Thomas 

C Fuller), attys at law e s Fayetteville 2 n Cabarrus 
Metke Marie J, teacher French and German Peace Institute, 

r same 
Metropolitan Hall, over market house 
Miles George (c), driver W F Wj^att, res McDowell 1 s 

Lane 
Milican Horace (c), r s e cor Wilmington and Cabarrus 
Milican Horace Greeley (c), candy maker A D Royster & 

Bro, r s e cor Wilmington and Cabarrus 
Milican Robt (c), r s e cor Wilmington and Cabarrus 
Miller Alex (c), servant Peace Institute 
Miller Edward (c), lab, r n w cor Hillsboro and West 
Miller Henry N, conductor NCR B., r s s Newbern av 3 e 

Wilmington 



100 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Miller James H, bds Yarbrough House 

Miller Joseph, well digger, r e s East 1 n Martin 

Miller Samuel A, mailing elk Raleigh Observer, r n s llills- 

boro 2 w Saunders 
Miller Thos A, elk Raleigh Observer, r n s Hillsboro 2 w 

Saunders 
Miller W Henry, book binder J Armstrong, r s s Davie 1 e 

Dawson 
Miner John (c), driver James T Moore, r w s Wilmington 1 

n Ed en ton 
Minor Henry (c), lab, res Harrington 1 n Edenton 
Minter Cam (c), porter W C & A B Stronach 
Mintz W D, foreman broom and mattress shop D D & B 

Institution, r same 
Mitchell Alfred (c), barber, r n s Cabarrus 1 w Person 
Mitchell Arrington (c), chair bottomer, r rear n s Hargett 2 

w Person 
Mitchell Henry, blacksmith R & G R R depot, r s s Martin 

4 w Swain 
Mitchell Rebecca, wid of John, r se cor Person and Martin 
Mitchell Robert N, i»ropr Mitchell's steam boiler works 

w s AVest opp Martin, r same 
Mitchell Sewell (c), lab, r n w cor Dawson and Cannon 
Mitchell's Steam Boiler Works w s West opp Martin, en- 
gines and boilers new and second-handed, wrought 

iron grating and fencing, etc, R N Mitchell propr 
Mitchell Thos A, r e s Blount 5 s South 
Mitchell Walter (c), wks A W Fraps 
Mitchell Wm (c), brickmason, r rear public school 
Mitchell Wm H (c), carpenter, r s s Cannon 1 w railroad 
Monie John M (Monie & Towles), r s w cor Jones and 

Blood worth 
Monie & Towles (John jNI Monie and James M Towles), 

agricultural imj)lements, groceries, etc, w s Wilmington 

3 n Market ])lace 
Montague Benj F, atty at law s e cor Fayetteville and 

Market place, bds s w cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 
Montgomery Sarah H, wid of Thos A, boarding house s s 

Martin 1 w McDowell 
Montgomery Thomas A, elk Yeargan, Petty & Co, r s s 

Martin 1 w McDowell 



110 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Mordecai Samuel (c), lab, r rear e s Wilmington 2 s Davie 
Mordecai Ellen, wid of Samuel, r n e cor Peace and Person 
Mordecai Mrs Geo W, wid, r s s Hillsboro 2 w limits 
Mordecai Samuel F, (Battle & Mordecai), r n e cor Peace 

and Person 
Moring Frank 0, (Pool & Moring), r s s Hillsboro 2 w 

Dawson 
Morris Bravitt W (c), pastor A M E church, res Harring- 

1 u Edenton 

Morriss Gideon, r n s Newborn av 3 w Swain 

Morris John T, furniture s e cor Davie and Fayetteville, r n 
s Newbern av 3 w Swain 

Morris J V, bds 7 Fayetteville 

Morris Miss Kate, asst in music dept Raleigh Female Sem- 
inary, r same 

Morris Wm H, furniture e s Fayetteville 3 s Martin also 3 
Fayetteville, r s e cor Davie and Blount 

Morris William H jr, elk L Branson, r n s Newbern av, 3 w 
Swain 

Morson Hugh, (Fray & Morson), r w s Bloodworth 1 s Polk 

Morson Rosalie, wid of Hugh, r w s Bloodworth 1 s Polk 

Morton Abram (c), fireman R&GRR, rss Cannon w 
limits 

Moseley M J & Co, (Mary J Moseley), confectionery, fruits, 
etc, 28 Fayetteville, r same 

Mosely Nathan S, with M J Mosely & Co, r 28 Fayette- 
ville 

Moses Irena, wid of Fennel, r n s Lane 1 w Harrington 

Moss Sipeo (c), drayman M T Norris & Co, r w s Blount 1 
sPolk 

Moten A (c), fireman R & G R R 

Mott Scott (c), wks R W Smith 

Moody Thomas, car inspector R & G R R Shops, r w s West 

2 s Lane 

Moore Adolphus L, elk C E J Goodwin, rss Jones 2 e Daw- 
son 

Moore Allen (c), drayman R J Harris, rnsR &GRR 2 
w Dawson 

Moore Benjamin M, farmer, r s w cor Martin and Davie 

Moore Bartholomew F, farmer, rs w cor Dawson and Martin 

Moore Chas (c), wks G W Wynne & Co 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. Ill 

Moore Daniel (c), lab, r n \v cor South and Harrington 
Moore Eddy, vvks Mitchell's steam boiler works 
Moore Edward, res Wilmington G s Morgan 
Moore George B, elk, r s w cor Dawson and Martin 
Moore Isaac B (c), [Austin & Moore) r s s Davie 3 e East 
Moore James, student, r s w cor Martin and Dawson 
Moore James T (Moore & Thompson), r s s Morgan 4 w 

Salisbury 
Moore John, painter N S Harp, res Wilmington 6 s Morgan 
Moore Judge (c), r s w cor Martin and East 
Moore J W,bds National Hotel 

Moore Lucy W, wid of B, r s w cor Dawson and Martin 
Moore Matthew, shoemaker R Dobbin, bds n s Davie 1 e 

Dawson 
Moore Richard, elk W C & A B Stronach, bds w s Dawson 

1 s Lane 
Moore Thomas, lab, res East 7 s South 
Moore Van B, r s w cor Martin and Dawson 
Moore & Thompson (James T Moore and Alph A Thomp- 
son), mdse and cotton brokers e s Wilmington 4 3 

Martin 
Mowatt Mrs Susan, r s s Hargett 3 e Persoii 

Mull , veterinary surgeon, bds Tucker House 

Mullins James W, wks R & G depot, r n e cor North and 

McDowell 
Mullins Junius (Bryan & Mullins), police, res East 1 s 

New hern av 
Mullins Roena, wid of James, res East 1 s Newbern av 
Murphy Arch (c), lab, r rear s s Davie 3 e East 
Murphy Moses (c), mattress mkr, r rear s s Davie 3 e East 
Murphy Henry, photographer over 12 Fayetteville, r same 
Murray Decatur C, steward penitentiary, r w s Harrington 

1 s Hargett 
Murray Delia, wid of Wm, r s s Hargett 3 e Person 
Murray Talbot H, elk R & G depot, r w s Harrington 1 s 

Hargett 
Myatt Charlie (c), blacksmith, r w s McDowell 1 n Cabarrus 
Myatt Ferebee (c), r w s McDowell 1 n Cabarrus 
Myatt John, r w s West 2 s Morgan 
Myatt Joseph (c). r s w limits 
Myatt Wm A (Latta & Myatt),- r n s Lane 1 w Salisbury 



112 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Myers Henry E, saloon 57 Fa3'etteville, r s e cor Jones 

and WiliTiington 
Myers Jacob B, r s e cor Jones and Wilmington 



N 



tVSH LAFAYETTE W (c), barber W G Otey, r rear 
n s Eden ton 1 w Dawson 

Nash Square, east and west from McDowell to Dawson, north 
and south from Hargett to Martin, being improved for 
a park by Mr Faircliild 

Nathan Joseph (c), brickmason, r under s s Cabarrus 1 e 
railroad 

National Hotel, (Street & Son proprs), n w cor Edenton 
and Halifax 

North Carolina Farmer, (monthly) J H Ennis pub, w s 
Salisbury 1 s Jones 

North Carolina State Life, F H Cameron pres, W E An- 
derson vice pres, W H Hicks secty, n e cor Fayetteville 

N C Dcj^nt, junction West, Harrington and Cabarrus 

N C E. B, Supt Office, Alex B Andrews, supt, Yarbrough 
House 

Neathery John B, treasurer of Wake county, office court 
house, r w s Dawson 2 s Ilargett 

Nelson I Lafa3'ette, printer Raleigh News, r s s Martin 1 w 
Blood worth 

Nelson James P, printer, r n s Martin 5 \v Swain 

Nevell Louis (c), porter G L Tonnoffski, r Fayetteville nr N 
CRR 

Newcomb Chas W, elk W H Dodd, bds n w cor Hillsboro 
and Dawson 

Newcomb Frank L, wks Kingsley & Ashley, r n end Blount 

Newcomb Fred, wks Kingsley & Ashley, r e s East 2 n Polk 

Newlin Oliver (c), fireman R & G R R, r nr n end Salis- 
bury 

Newsom Bettie, dress mkr n s Cabarrus 2 e Dawson, r same 

Newsom James D, (Cooper, Newsom & Heartt), r s e cor 
Morgan and Harrington 

Newsom Robt (c), lab, r s s Martin 1 w Swain 

Newsom Sallie, wid of David, r n e cor Wilmington and 
Edenton 

Newsom Waller R, elk J A Cheatham, bds Cooke's Hotel 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 113 

Newton Ada A (c), asst teacher Shaw University 

Nichols Adolphus W, agt Victor sewing machine 15 Fay- 
etteville, bds 7 Fayetteville 

Nichols John, revenue collector Durham N C, r s w cor 
Dawson and Lane 

Nichols Louisa, wid of Charles, res West 2 s South 

Nichols Nelson (Nichols & Taylor), r same 

Nichols Stanford L (Ferrell, Booker & Co), r s \v cor East 
and Polk 

Nichols Stephen (c), servant at INIrs A E Tompkins' 

Nichols & Taylor (Nelson Nichols and Thomas Taylor), 
barbers w s Wilmington 2 s Hargett 

Nisbet Wm, bar tender T F Lee, r n e cor Martin and Salis- 
bury 

Nixon Elizabeth, wid of Jeremiah, r s w cor Swain and Har- 
gett 

Nixon Miss Mollie, milliner Mrs W T Lane, r Telfair Hall's 

Nixon Wm A, r s w cor Swain & Hargett 

Noble Melvin (c), (Lane, Noble & Co), r e end Hargett 

Noe E 0, bds National Hotel 

Norman Rev Wm C, pastor Person st M E Church, res 
Person 1 s Davie 

Norris James M, elk D S Waitt & Bro, bds National Hotel 

Norris Jesse A (M T Norris & Co), r 20 miles s w Raleigh 

Norris John C, wks Cooper Newsom & Heartt, r s s Jones 1 
e Dawson 

Norris Matthew E, printer Raleigh News 

Norris Matthew T (M T Norris & Co), r w s Blount 1 s 
Polk 

Norris M T & Co (Matthew T Norris and Jesse A Norris), 
wholesale grocers and com merchants 3 Exchange place 
and 5 Martin 

Norris Samuel B, elk W H & R S Tuc"ker, r w s Blount 1 s 
Polk 

Norris W Cary, elk Julius Lewis & Co, bds Yarbrough 

North Carolina Home Insurance Company, John Gat- 
ling, pros, W 11 Crow, vice j)res, \V S Primrose, sec'y 
and treasurer, P Cowper, adjuster and supervisor, w s 
Fayetteville 1 s Hargett 

Northam Edgar R, elk W H & R S Tucker, bds n e cor 
Edenton and McDowell 



114 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Norwood Frank (c), carpenter, r s s Martin 4 e East 
Norwood George, book binder J Armstrong, r s s Morgan 2 

w West 
Norwood James (c), candy mkr Farriss & Bro 
Norwood J A, guard penitentiary, r s e cor Morgan and 

West 
Norwood Miss Laura, teacher drawing and painting St 

Mary's School, r same 
Norwood Marion (c), r rear e s Wihnington 2 n Davie 
Norwood Verta (c), r nr s end Wihnington 
Norwood Wm B, overseer penitentiary, r s s Morgan 2 w 

West 
Norwood Wm H, r s s Morgan 2 w West 
Nottingham Jacob T, moulder R & G shops, res McDowell 

1 n Lane 
Nowell James A, elk W R Crawford 
Nowell Jeremiah J, sheriff of Wake county, office Court 

House, r s e cor Bloodworth and Cabarrus 
Nowell Jesse R, dep sheriff, res Bloodworth 1 s Cabarrus 
Nowell Willis W, r e s Bloodworth 1 s Cabarrus 
Nunn Henry (c), r w s Person 1 s Davie 



o 



AKCITY HOTEL, Miles Goodwin & Son, proprs, s w 
cor McDowell and Hillsboro 

Oak City Mills (grist), n e cor West and Davie 

(Ettinger Mrs Doret, genl manager Isaac ffittinger, r 48 
Fayetteville 

CEttinger Isaac, millinery and fancy goods 48 Fayetteville, 
r same 

CEttinger Miss Mattie, saleslady Isaac CEttinger, r 48 Fa}"-- 
etteville 

O'Kelly Cambridge (c), shoemaker A Clemens, r w s Person 
1 n Lane 

O'Kelly Charles (c), carriage driver O'Kelly & Baker, r 
country 

O'Kelly Isaac (c), carriage driver O'Kelly & Baker, r coun- 
try 

O'Kelly John (c), baggage wagon driver O'Kelly and Baker 

O'Kelly Jolm (c), [O'Kelly & Baker), r country 

O'Kelly Roger (c), collector O'Kelly & Baker, r country 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 115 

O'Kelly & Baker (c), [John O'Kelly and James Bakerj, 
liverv and exchange stables, w s Salisbury 1 s Hargett, 
r country 
Olds Fred A, State Ordnance officer and local ed Hale's 

Wce'vly, bds n e cor Eden ton and McDowell 
Olive J Thaddeus, elk R C Smith, r vv s Wilmington 1 s 

Jones 
Olive Wm H, bar tender T Joseph, r w s Wilmington 1 s 

Jones 
O'Neall Simon T, city weighmaster, r n w cor Wilmington 

and Jones 
O'Neil John, (O'Neil & Plumadore), r w s Bloodworth 2 s 

Jones 
O'Neil & Plumadore, (John O'Neil and N Plumadore), 

cigar manfrs n s Martin 3 w Fayetteville 
O'Niell John R, dept U S marshal, r w s West opp Jones 
Orr Robt, auction house 53 Wilmington, r s s Hargett 1 w 

Bloodworth 
Osborn C D, traveling agt S White & Co, Baltimore, r n e cor 

McDowell and Hargett 
Osborn Job, dealer in grain, feed, wood and coal w s West 1 
w railroad nr N C depot, r n e cor McDowell and Har- 
gett 
Otey Cloe (c), r w s McDowell 2 n Cabarrus 
Otey Wm G, (c), barber and baths e s Fayetteville 2 s Mar- 
tin, r s s Cabarrus 1 e McDowell 
Outlaw Elijah (c), lab, r rear Tupper's church s s Cabarrus 
Overbee James L, r n w cor Martin and Salisbury 
Overby Andrew J, elk B R Jolley, r n s Lenoir 2 e East 
Overby Annie, wid of Jackson, r n s Lenoir 2 e East 
Overby Henry, book binder, r s w cor Cabarrus and Person 
Overly Wm (c), bricklayer, r s s Hargett 2 w Blount 
Overman Lee S, private sec to Governor, res Wilmington 
bet Polk & Peace 



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ACE GEO (c), r n s Jones 1 w Harrington 



Pace James M, wks R & G depot, r n s North opp McDowell 
Pace Wm H, atty at law room 3 Bagley bldg s e cor Fay- 
etteville, bds w s Blount bet North and Lane 



116 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Page Albert (c), (Snow & Page), r Wilmington opp market 

Page Dock (c), r n e cor Wilmington and Lenoir 

Page Henry (c), carpenter, res Haywood 1 s Davie 

Page Orange (c), lab, r n s Martin 2 e East 

Page Peter D, bkpr Ciiristophers & Sorrell, r s sHargett nr 

Swain 
Page Rufus H, r e s Saunders 4 n Hillsboro 
Palmer George, painter, bds s s Jones 2 w Dawson 
Palmer Hiram, painter, bds s s Jones 2 w Dawson 
Palmer John C, watches, clocks and jewelry 5 Fayetteville, 

bds n e cor Edenton & McDowell 
Palmer Julius (c), mattress mkr W H Morris, r w s Wil- 
mington 4 s Morgan 
Palmer Nat (c), porter Lawrence & Renfrew 
Palmer Ned (c), farmer, res East opp South 
Palmer Thomas (c), upholsterer, r w s Wilmington 4 s Mor- 
gan 
Parham James T, carpenter T H Briggs & Sons, r s s Mor- 
gan 8 w Dawson 
Parham Henry E, dealer in dry goods s e cor Martin and 

Blount, r n s Martin 5 ^x Blount 
Parham Macon L, elk H E Parham, r n s Martin 5 w 

Blount 
Parham Robert E, dealer in wines, liquors, groceries, etc, s 

s Martin 1 e Blount, bds s s Martin 1 w Person 
Parham Samuel A, elk R E Parhatn, r same 
Parish J B, wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Parish John H, painter, res Blount 1 n Hargett 
Parish Phebe, wid of Stephen, r s s Martin 1 e Person 
Parish Samuel M, painter, r n w cor Jones and Linden av 
Park Benj F (Ellington, Royster & Co), r w s West 2 n 

Jones 
Parker Abram (c), r rear Newbern av 4 e East 
Parker Anthony (c), wks R & G depot, r n s Manly av 2 e 

Cannon 
Parker Marcellus A (Parker & Avera), r s e cor Person 

and North 
Parker Wm C, policeman, r w s McDowell 1 s Jones 
Parker Wm H, carpenter, r w s McDowell 1 s Jones 
Parker & Avera (Marcellus A Parker and David B Avera,) 
cotton brokers s e cor Wilmington and Martin 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 117 

Parkerson Edward B, wheelwright, r w s Per.sou 3 n Polk 
Partin Andrew J, chief elk State Auditor's office, res Wil- 
mington 1 s Davie 
Partin Benton K, grocer and com merchant e s Wilming- 
ton opp market, bds Central Hotel 
Partin Gerard W, night- watcli man capitol, r n s Martin 1 

w Swain 
Partin Thomas A, elk W H & R S Tucker, r e s Wilming- 
ton 1 s Davie 
Patross J M, lab R & G R R shops 
Patterson Henry (c), porter National Hotel, r s s Cannon 3 

e Manly av 
Patterson John (c), lab, r n s Cabarrus 1 w Dawson 
Patterson Wm, brakeman R & G R R, r s w cor McDowell 

and Lenoir 
Paul Hiram V, printer Raleigh News, r e end Hargett 
Pauli, Prof A, bds e s Wilmington 3 n Cabarrus 
Payne Bros (George C, Charles C and Frank M), brick 

makers and builders, n end Person 
Payne Charles C (Payne Bros), r n end Person 
Payne Frank M( Payne Bros), r n end Person 
Payne George C (Payne Bros), r n end Person 
Peace Ralph G (c), livery and hack stable n e cor Salis- 
bury and Cabarrus, r n s Cabarrus 2 e railroad 
Peace Wra (c), barber n s Cabarrus 2 e railroad, r same 
Pearce Harris, machinist Allen & Cram 
Pearce Martha A, wid of John W, r e s Fa3^etteville nr N C 

RR 
Peck Lewis W, grocer n e cor Wilmington and Morgan, r e 

s Wilmington 1 n Morgan 
Pegram Lewis B, elk W C l^ A B Stronach, bds w s Dawson 

1 s Lane 
Peirson Martha, wid of V R, r s s Morgan 2 e AVilmington 
Pell Wm E, elk J C Brewster, res West 1 n Martin 
Pence Thomas, express deliverer, r s s Morgan 1 w Person 
Pender John, harness mkr E F Wyatt & Son, r n s Jones 2 

w Salisbury 
Pennington Henry, carpenter, r s w cor Dawson and Davio 
Pennington Sylvester, wks N A Blake, bds n w cor Davie 
and McDowell 



118 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Penny Joe (c), wks Cooke's brickyard, r s s Cannon 2 w 

railroad 
Pepper Caroline, wid of W R, r s s Lenoir 1 w Blount 
Perkinson Thomas (c), waiter Oak City Hotel, r same 
Perkinson Wm W, tailor TR Loader, rn s Edenton 1 e Mc- 
Dowell 
Person Claiborne P (c), boot black Otey's barber shop, r 

alley bet Davie and Cabarrus 
Person Cora B (c), instructor in music Shaw University, r 

same 
Person John (c), elk W R Crawford 
Person Joseph (c), porter M T Norris & Co, r s limits 2 w 

Blount 
Person St M E Church s e cor Davie and Person 
Perry Ann, wid of Lemuel, r n e cor Lane and McDowell 
Perry Miss Anna, milliner Isaac CEttinge^, r J II Perry 
Perry Bryant (c), grocer s s Hargett 2 w Blount, r s s Mar- 
tin 2 w East 
Perry Campbell (c), gardener, res Bloodwoth 1 s Davie 
Perry Chas (c), meat market market house, res Bloodworth 

1 s Davie 
Perry Columbus, wks Ellington, Royster & Co, r w s East 1 

s Hargett 
Perry Frank (c), lab, J S Allen & Co 
Perry Geo (c), r w s Blount 4 s Smithfield 
Perry George E (c), painter, r n s Davie 3 e east 
Perry Joseph (c), blacksmith T G Jenkins, r rear cor Mor- 
gan and Blount 
Perry Joseph W, wks Allen & Cram 
Perry Josiah H, w^ks R & G R R, r n limits, iir Person 
Perry Isaac (c), lab, r s e cor Peace and Halifax 
Perry Henry (c), waiter Tony Burns, r cor Martin and 

East 
Perry Nicholas, carpenter, res Bloodworth 1 s Hargett 
Perry Robert (c), lab J S Allen & Co 
Perry Robert S, saloon and liquor dealer e s Wilmington 2 

s Hargett, r s s Hargett 2 e Person 
Perry Wiley (c), blacksmith, r n s Morgan 2 w Blount 
Perry Wm (c), porter Geo Goldman, r cor Martin and East 
Pescud Edward F, elk Alfred Williams & Co, bds n w cor 
Hillsboro and Dawson 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 1U» 

Pescud Edward T, elk P F Pescud & Son, r ii w cor North 

and Wilmington 
Pescud John S (Pescud, Lee & Co), r s e cor Person and 

I'eace 
Pescud John T, elk W H & R S Tucker, r s s Hargett 1 \v 

Dawson 
Pescud, Lee & Co (John S Pescud, Addison S Lee and 

Eugene Grissom), druggists and apothecaries s e cor 

Fayetteville and Martin also 14 Fayetteville 
Pescud Peter F (P F Pescud & Son), r n w cor North and 

\\'iliHington 
Pescud Peter F Jr (P F Pescud & Son), special agt South- 
ern department of Fire Association and Commercial 

Union Ins Co, r n w cor North and Wilmington 
Pescud P F & Son (Peter F and Peter F Jr), genl life and 

and hre insurance agents n w cor Fayetteville and 

Martin, up stairs 
Pescud Thomas K, elk Fleming Bates, r n w cor North and 

Wilmington 
Pettiford Elizaheth, wid of Hilman, r w s McDowell 1 n. 

Lenoir 
Petty Jerry (c), vegetables market house, r s w cor Harring- 
ton and South 
Petty Robert E, (Yeargan, Petty & Co), bds Yarbrough 

House 
Pharr Albert (c), res Fayetteville 6 s railroad 
Phillips Frank (c), bar tender L D Taylor, r s s Edenton 2 

w Swain 
Phillips Ned (c), farmer, r s w cor Cabarrus and Haywood 
Pickard J W, carpenter R & G R R Shops, r n s Lane 1 e 

Dawson 
Pierce Frank S, (Willis & Pierce), res Blount 3 n Davie 
Pierce Henry S, wks Allen & Cram, bds s s Martin 1 w 

Salisbury 
Pierce Robert (c), r s s Lenoir opp Haywood 
Pinkston Robt R, (Ellington, Royster & Co), r n e cor 

West and Lane 
Pitts Sharpe (c), wks lunatic asylum, r s w limits 
Pleasant Thad H, fireman R & G R R, r nr R & G depot 
Plumadore Narcisse, (O'Neil & Plumadore), res Dawson 

1 s Davie 

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120 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Plummer Ben (c), lab, res East 2 n South 
Plummer James (c), carpenter, r n s R & G R R 2 w Daw- 
son 
Plummer Peter (c), wks Ellington, Rovster & Co, r rear n s 

R & G R R 3 w Dawson 
Plummer Wm (c), porter Redford & Arendell 
Poe Frank C, elk D S Waitt & Bro, bds Tucker House 
Poe George W., elk W H & R S Tucker, r w s Saunders 2 n 

Hillsboro 
Poe Hasten, messenger Southern Express Co, bds Tucker 

House 
Polk Benjamin (c), r w s West 2 s Jones 
Polk Leonidas L, Com'r State Ag Dept, r s s Jones 3 e 

East 
Polk Daniel (e), office boy Supt ofhce N C R R, r s s Cabar- 
rus 1 w Salisbur}' 
Pollard Caswell, r s s Smithfield 5 e Blount 
Pollard MrB Rhody, r s s Smithfield 5 e Blount 
Pomeroy Edward, horse trainer, r s s Morgan 3 w Salisbury 
Pool Ca!sar (c), r rear s s Hargett 3 w Swain 
Pool Catherine, wid of Lewis, r n e cor Swain and Hargett 
Pool Geo W, elk, r w s Blount 4 n Martin 
Pool Hackney, elk L Rosenthal & Co, r w s Blount 4 n 

Martin 
Pool Harry (c), r n w cor Harrington and Jones 
Pool James M, auditor R & G R R, r s s Hillsboro 1 w 

Salisbury 
Pool Mary F, dress mkr R A Beasley, bds w s Blount 1 s 

Martin 
Pool Simeon C, (Pool & Moring), r s s Hillsboro 2 w 

Dawson 
Pool Thomas (c), drayman Parker & Avera 
Pool & Moring, (Simeon C Pool and Frank Moring), 

grocers and genl com merchants 2 Wilmington 
Pope Bryant (c), driver J H McAllister, r w s Person 4 n 

Polk 
Pope Jacob, candy mkr A D Royster & Bro 
Pope Lewis (c), porter A Creech 
Pope Washington (c), blacksmith C Cornibei,r n s Newbern 

av 3 e East 
Pope Wm (c), carpenter, r n s Cannon 1 w Dawson 



KALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 121 

Porter Henry, shoemaker, r n s Newbern av 7 e East 
Porter John H, elk J C Brewster, r 1 mile n w Raleigh 
Post Of&ce, W W Holden post master s \v cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 
Potter Zacliariah, grocer s s Morgan 1 e McDowell, r same 
Powell Alex M, (Jones, Green & Powell), r s s Ilillsboro 

•2 w A\'est 
Powell Arthur (c), carpenter, r w s West 3 s Tucker 
Powell Augustus (c), lab, res East 1 n Newbern av 
Powers George (c), blacksmith L Ligon, r s s Edenton 1 w 

Swain 
Pow^ell Jacob (c), r s w cor Smithfield and Blount 
Powell Martha J, teacher Normal department Shaw Uni- 
versity, r same 
Powell Japhet (c), porter office supt public instruction 
Prairie Joseph P, farmer, r n e cor Wilmington and Davie 
Pratt Henr}^ (c), carpenter, r s s South 1 e Harrington 
Prather Frank (c), r n e cor McDowell and Gannon 
Prendergast Mrs M A, millinerv s w cor Wilmington and 

Morgan, r same 
Presbyterian Church s w cor Morgan and Salisbury 
Price Catherine, wid of Thomas, r n e cor North and West 
Price John (c), meat market, r country 
Price John AV, lab, r n e cor North and West 
Price Scion A, wks Ellington Royster & Co, r n e cor North 

and West 
Price Thomas J, watchman R & G depot, r n e cor North 

and West 
Price W A, machinist R & G R R shops 
Primrose Wm S, sec and treas North Carolina Home Ins 

Co, r s w cor Newbern av and Blount 
Pritchard Joseph P (Pritchard & Brooks), r s w cor Hills- 
bo ro and Salisbury 
Pritchard & Brooks (Joseph P Pritchard and Robt H 
Brooks), groceries, i)rovisions, dry goods, etc, s w cor 
Hillsboro and Salisbury 
Proctor Chas I (c). [Proctor & Cross], r Hillsboro 
Proctor & Cross (c), [Charles I Proctor and Geo W Cross], 

barbers e s Wilmington 4 s Hargett 
Pugh Outlaw (c), r rear s s Hillsboro 1 e Saunders 
Pullen James D, r n s Edenton 1 e Blount 



122 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Fallen John T, teller State National Bank, r n s Edenton 1 

e Blount 
Pullen Mrs Nancy, housekeeper for Mrs Coke, r n w cor 

McDowell and Hargett 
Pullen Stanhope R, r n s Edenton 1 e Blount 
Pulley Osborn (c), servant P F Pescud, r n w cor North and 

Wilmington 
Pulley Turner, painter, r n s Lenoir 3 w Llaywood 
Purefoy Addison F (Kelly, Purefoy & Brewer), r AVake 

Forest 
Purefoy John W, bkpr Kelly, Purefoy & Brewer, bds s s 

Martin 1 w McDowell 
Purnell Thomas R, U S Commissioner, office U S Court 

and P bldg, res Person 1 s Polk 
Puryear Miss Rebecca E, teacher English, Latin and Moral 

Science Raleigh Female Seminary, r same 
Pusey Charles S, wks F Curtis, bds Oak City Hotel 
Pusey James H, wks J Lewis & Co 

Puse}^ James W, wagon maker J Lewis & Co, r n end Person 
Putney John E, bar tender N V Denton, r w s East 1 n 

Davie 
Putney Wm A, printer, bds s s Morgan 2 e Wilmington 



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ACHAEL WM (c), carpenter, r w s Fayetteville 1 s 
South 

Radcliff S C, bds National Hotel 

Radford John W, elk Julius Lewis & Co, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Raile Mrs Pink, folder, etc, Edwards, Broughton & Co 
Rainer Briney (c), wid of Simon, r s s Martin 1 w East 
Rainer Samuel (c), r w s Harrington 1 s Morgan 
Rainer Stephen (c), lab, res Harrington 1 s Lane 
Ragland Joseph (c), lab, r s w limits 

Raleigh Academy of Medicine, Dr James McKee, pres, Dr 
W W Jones, sec, Dr Peter E Hines, treas, n w cor Fay- 
etteville and Martin 
Raleigh Agricultural Works, Allen & Cram, proprs, n e cor 

Diivie and McDowell 
Raleigh Christian Advocate, Black & Reid editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, 15 Fayetteville 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 123 

Raleigh Daily and Weekly Observer, S A Ashe, editor 
aiul |iroi>rietoi', ii s Martin 1 u Fayetteville 

Raleigh National Bank, C Dewey, pres, E G Reade, vice 
pres, Joim C Blake, cashier, s w cor Fayetteville and 
Harriett 

Raleigh Skating Association, skating hall n e cor Wilming- 
ton and Martin 

Raleigh & Gaston and Raleigh & Augusta R R offices, 
cor Halifax and North 

Ramsey Martha, wid of Wni F, r s s Smithfield 3 e Blount 

Ramie Gavan (c), wks Kingsley & Ashley, bds n s R & G 
R R 2 w Dawson 

Ramey Richard B, elk Yarbrough House, r same 

Rand Geo D (Rand & Barbee I3ros), res Wilmington 3 n 
Cabarrus 

Rand & Barbee Bros (Geo D Rand, Edgar B and Claud 
B Barbee), wholesale grocers and cotton com merchants 
and dealers in guano e s Wilmington 2 s Martin 

Ransom Ada (c), teacher Johnson Graded School 

Ransom Marcellus (c), brickmason, r n e cor Cannon and 
Dawson 

Randolph Wm (c), waiter National Hotel 

Raven Miss Lina, teacher of German Raleigh Female Sem- 
inar}'-, r same 

Ray Austin (c), wks R & G Depot 

Ray John R, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, and cor 
secy Raleigh Typo Union, r s s Davie 1 w Blount 

Ray Mrs John R, dress mkr s s Davie 1 w Blount, r same 

Ray John E, cor secy Baptist State Sunday school and Mis- 
sion boards 20 Fayetteville, bds s e cor McDowell and 
Lane 

Ray Monroe T, elk H E Parham, rooms over s e cor Blount 
and Martin 

Ray Newman (c), elk J Price 

Rayner Isaiah (c), blacksmith s w cor Hillsboro and Har- 
rington r 1?, miles e Ralcigli 

Reade Edwin G, (Reade, Bushee & Busbee) vice pres 
Raleigh National Bank, bds Yarbrough House 

Reade, Busbee & Busbee, (Edwin G Reade, Chas M and 
Fab H Busbee), attys and counsellors 2 and 3 Mahler 
bld'g Fayetteville opp market house 



124 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Reaves Alphius, shoemaker R Dobbin, res Blount nr s e 
limits 

Reaves Henderson, dealer in family 2;roceries n s Martin 
2 w Blood worth, r n s Martin 1 w Bloodworth 

Bedford James F, (Redford & Arendell), bds National 
Hotel 

Redford John, elk J P Gulle}^ bds e s Wilmington 2 n Ca- 
barrus 

Redford Robt C, elk M T Leach & Co, r e s Person 1 s Har- 
gett 

Redford & Arendell, (James F Redford and Falcum B 
Arendell), groceries and provisions s s Hargett 1 e Fay- 
etteville 

Reed Charles, brickmason, J S Allen & Co 

Reid Burgess (c), barber s w cor Wilmington and Martin, 
r s s Martin 1 w West 

Reid Edward (c), carpenter, r s e cor Martin and West 

Reid Rev Erank L, (Black & Reid), r n s Hillsboro 3 
w West 

Re,L!iin Daniel 0, apprentice Evening Visitor, r s s Hills- 
boro 1 w Saunders 

Regan John H, elk Edwards, Broughton & Co, r s s Hills- 
boro 1 w Saunders 

Regan Joseph, elk B H Woodell, bds e s Wilmington 3 s 
Morgan 

Register of Deeds' Oifice, W W White, register, Court 
House 

Renfrow Joseph H (Lawrence & Renfrew), r e end Har- 
gett nr old garrison 

Renn Lewis, conductor R&GRR, rss Weldon 3 w Salis- 
bury 

Renn James R, carpenter R & G shops, r n s Weldon 2 w 
Salisbury 

Rei n Joseph R, express messenger R & G R R, r n s Wel- 
don 2 w Salisbury 

Rescue Engine House rear Court House 

Reynolds Miss E J (c), asst teacher Shaw University, r same 

Reeves Henry (c), lab J S Allen & Co, res Wilmington 3 s 
Cabarrus 

Reeves Squire (c), r s limits 1 w Blount 

Rhodes Allen (c),, blacksmith, res Blount 1 s Cabarrus 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 125 

Rhodes Ben (c), sexton Christ Church, res AVest 1 n North 

Rhodes John H (e\ pressman Edwards, Broughton & Co, r 
Wihnington opp Sinitlilield 

Rhodes Tlionias (c), elk T Donaldson 

Rliodcs Reuben (c), blacksmith, res Blount 1 s Cabarrus 

Rice C D, genl solicitor, r n w cor East and Morgan 

Rich Rev Edward R, pastor Good She])herd church, r s e 
cor McDowell and Hillsboro 

Richardson Allen (c), whitewasher, r n s Lenoir 1 w railroad 

Richardson Berry (c), r n limits nr Peace Institute 

Piichardson Llenr}' (c), wks O'Neil & Plumadoro 

Richardson Nereston R, law student, r w s Wilmington 1 s 
Davie 

Richardson Robert (c), lab, Allen & Cram 

Richardson Sebastian M, elk J P Gulley, bds e s Wilming- 
ton 2 n Cabarrus 

Richardson Thomas N, cotton weigher, r s s Morgan 5 w 
Salisbury 

Richardson Walter C, tel operator R & G Depot, bds w s 
McDowell 2 s Morgan 

Richardson Wm R, county coroner, r w s McDowell 2 s 
Morgan 

Richmond & Danville R R Depot (North Carolina Divis- 
ion) w end Davie 

Ricks Charley (c), wks lunatic asylum, r s s North 2 w Mc- 
Dowell 

Ricks Frank (c), brickmason, res Harrington 1 n Edenton 

Ricks Heni'v, carpenter, res East 4 s South 

Riddick Nathan J, elk LJ S Circuit Court office U S Court 
and P O bldg, bds Yarbrough House 

Riddle C D, wks Ellington, Roystor & Co 

Riddle John, wks Ellington, R»\vster & Co 

Riddle Spencer L, elk in office Register of Deeds, r s w cor 
Davie and Harrington 

Ridout James T, moulder R & G Shops, res Salisbury 1 s 
Lane 

Riggsbee Rufus, pressman News office, res Blount 7 s 
South 

Riggsbee AVm, wks Ellington, Royster & Co, r n s North 5 
w DaAvson 



126 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Riggsbee Wm jr, r n s North 5 w Dawson 

Ring David (c), shoemaker over w s Harrington 2 s Hills- 

boro 
Rix Clyde A (c), barber Brown & Sumner, res Bloodworth 

2 s Cabarrus 
Rix Louisa (c), wid of Plarry, res Bloodworih 2 s Cabarrus 
Eix Viriril (c), vegetables market house, rsend Wilmington 
Roan Oliver M, (c), manager Union Hall billiard saloon, 

r n s Edenton 4 \v Swain 
Roberts Harry H, bkpr F H Heartt and secy Raleigh 

Typographical Union, r w s Bloodworth 1 s Hargett 
Roberts John, r n e cor Swain and Davie 
Roberts Mary Jane, wid of Edward, res Harrington 1 n 

Lenoir 
Roberts Rev N F (c), prof mathematics Shaw University, r 

w s Blount 5 s Smithfield 
Robinson Benj J (c), dealer in family groceries, n s Cabarrus 

1 e railroad, r same 
Robinson James L, Lt Governor, P address Franklin 

NC 
Robinson Jno M, pres R & G and R & A R R, r Balto, Md 
Robinson Eaton (c), carpenter J S Allen & Co, r n w cor 

Hargett and Salisbur}^ 
Robinson Thomas J, secty State Agricultural Department, 

r s e cor Morgan and Blount 
Rogers Allen, huckster market, res Short 1 n Polk 
Rogers Alvis, painter, res Haywood 1 n Lenoir 
Rogers Broady (c), carpenter, r s s Edenton 4 w Swain 
Rogers Freeman, wks Ellington Royster & Co 
Rogers Iley, painter Bullock & Thompson, res Person 2 n 

Lenoir 
Rogers James A, depty sheriff, bds n s Davie 2 e Wilming- 
ton 
Rogers James R, blacksmith w s McDowell 1 s Morgan, r 

country 
Rogers James W, res Blount 2 n Hargett 
Rogers Mrs Louisa, r n e cor Bloodworth and Martin 
Rogers Robt (c), wks R & G depot 

Rogers Samuel (c), grocer n s Cabarrus 2 w Dawson, r same 
Rogers Wm T, agent Jenkins & Stovall, rooms over s e cor 

Blount and Martin 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 127 

Roles Allen (c\ blacksmith A Upchnrcb, r Blount 
Roles Marshall contractor and builder, r n e cor Blood- 
worth and Lenoir 
Roles Roubcn (c), blacksmith A Upchurch, r Blount 
Roles Ruffin, contractor and builder and mnfr of sash, 
doors and blinds and furniiure, w s West o s Morgan, r 
same 
Rosenbaum Jacob (Geo Sloan & Co), bds n e cor Davie and 

Person 
Rosenbaum Jonas M, clothing and gents furnishing 
goods n e cor Fayetteville and Hargett, r n e cor Person 
and Davie 
Rosenbaum Morris, linens and white goods s \v cor Fay- 
etteville and xMorgan, r same 
Rosemond Jacob B, fireman N C R R, r n s Cabarrus 3 w 

McDowell 
Rosenthal Miss Belle, saleslady Isaac CEttinger, r w s Fay- 
etteville 3 s Davie 
Rosenthal Gustave, sec and treas Falls of Neuse mnfg 

Co 47 Fayetteville, r w s Fayetteville 3 s Davie 
Rosenthal Isador (L Rosenthal & Co), r n e cor Fa3'ette- 

ville and jNIartin 
Rosenthal Leopold, r n e cor Fayetteville and Lenoir 
Rosenthal Lipman, (L Rosenthal & Co), r n e cor Fayette- 
ville and LcMioir 
Rosenthal L & Co, (Lipman and Isidor), dr}^ goods, cloth- 
ing, etc 50 and 54 Fayetteville also n s Exchange 
Place ] e Fayetteville 
Rosenthal M, elk M Grausman, bds National Hotel 
Ross John (c), servant V E Turner, res Person 1 n Jones 
Ross John T, r Cottage Hotel n e cor Dawson and Davie 
Rountree Augustus, bds Yarbrough House 
Rowlett Mary, wid of Edward, r s s Morgan 1 w Dawson 
Roj-'ster Arkansas D, (A D Royster & Bro), r s s Morgan 4 w 

Dawson 
Royster A D & Bro, (Arkansas D and Vermont C), candy 

manfrs 46 Fayetteville 
Royster David L, policeman, r n s Hargett 2 o Blount 
Royster David, tailor J Kreth, res East 3 n Davie 
Royster James D, r s s INIorgan 4 w Dawson 



128 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Royster Leonidas H, (Ellington, Royster & Co), r s w cor 

Salisbury and Johnson 
Royster \^ermont C, (A D Royster & Bro), r s s Morgan 4 w 

Dawson 
Royster Vitruvius, elk C D U[)church, r n s Hargett 2 e 

Blount 
Royster W Burt, printer Uzzcll & Wiley, r n s Newbern av 

1 w Swain 
Royster Wni S, printer Uzzell & Wile}^ bds s s Cannon 1 e 

Manly av 
Royster Wisconsin I, physician s s Morgan 1 e Harrington, 

r same 
Root Chas, bkpr North Carolina Home Ins Co, r s s Hills- 

boro 1 e Saunders 
Root Chas B, pres Raleigh Gas Light Co, r s s Ilillsboro 1 e 

Saunders 
Ruffin Thomas (c), waiter National Hotel 
Russ John P H, farmer, r s s Hargett 5 e East 
Russ Wm M, bkpr Ellington, Royster & Co, r s s Hargett 5 

e East 
Russell Jolin (c), drayman Allen & Cram, r n e cor Cabarrus 

and Watson's alley 
Russell Richard (c), waiter Yarbrougli House 
Ruth George, carpenter, r s w cor Morgan and Dawson 
Ruth James, wks T H Briggs & Sons 
Ruth Jennie, r n s Lenoir 2 e Dawson 
Ruth S L, wks T H Briggs & Sotis 
Ryan Patrick, stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbell 
Ryan Samuel G, atty at law, n e cor Fayetteville and Ex- 
change Place, res Person 2 s Jones 
Ryan Thos, engineer Cooper, Newsom & Heartt 



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ADDER THADDEUS W, dealer in fish and oysters, r 
s s Martin 2 w Bloodworth 

Saintsing W IT, helper R & G R R sho}-)S 

Salmons Wm, travelling merchant, bds Central Hotel 

Sanborn Will H, director of musical department St Mary's 

school w end Hillsboro, r same 
Sanders James A, elk W B Mann & Co, bds n e cor Lenoir 

and Bloodworth 



KALEIGII CITY DIRECTORY. 129 

Sanders Wm M, elk Len H Adams, bds Tucker House 
Saiiford Thomas (c), carpenter Ellington, Royster & Co, r e 

s Iliiywood 2 n Lenoir 
Sasser Lucinda, wid of John, r s e cor Blount and Jones 
Saunders Charlie (c), waiter Central Hotel, r same 
Saunders Howard, r s s Cabarrus 2 w Dawson 
Saunders James (c), city hand, res West 2 s Martin 
Saunders John G, merchant, r s s Cabarrus 2 w Dawson 
Saunders Lizzie, wid of Wm, r s s Cabarrus 1 w Haywood 
Saunders Wm J, r s e cor Tucker and Saunders 
Saunders Wm L, secty of State, bds Yarbrough Llouse 
Sawyer Wm (c), elk A Cole 

Sauls Marcellus R, engineer, r s s Davie 1 c Dawson 
Sauls Sallie, wid of Wiley, r s s Davie 1 e Dawson 
Scales George, lab J S Allen & Co, r n s Polk 1 w Blood- 
worth 
Scales John, wks R & G shops, r n s Polk 1 w Bloodworth 
Scarborough John C, su{)t pub instruction, Ixls s w cor 

Cabarrus and Eayetteville 
Scarborough Joseph (c), cook Yarbrough House 
Scarborough Sarah, wid of Bartlett, r s s Morgan 4 e Blount 
Scarlett Tliomas, cashier D S Waitt & Bro, r u w cor Blood- 
worth and Hargett 
Schloss Marx, elk J jM Rosenbaum, bds n e cor Person and 

Davie 
Scholz Anton, watch maker H Mahler, r cor Dawson and 

Martin 
Scott C'harles II, civil engineer r s s North 1 e East 
Scott George (c), farmer, r n s Cannon 2 w Dawson 
Scott Jno A, car builder R & G Shops, r s s Lane 1 w Daw- 
son 
Scott John I (c), lab, r w s Dawson 1 n Lenoir 
Scott Martin (c), butcher R W Smith, r rear s s Davie 3 e 

East 
Scott Walter O, compositor Farmer & Mechanic, r n e cor 

Martin and Person 
Scott Wm II (c), grocer e s Eayetteville 1 s railroad, r same 
Seawell Richard, carrier Evening Visitor, r w s Swain 1 s 

Hargett 
Seawell Richard B, watclunai; R & G R R Shops, r w s 
Swain 1 s Harnett 



130 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Secnod Presbyterian Church n w cor Blount and Polk 
Separk Charles, moulder Allen & Cram, r s s Jones 1 w 

Dawson 
Separk Mary, wid of Joseph H, r s s Jones 1 w Dawson 
Separk Wharton G, elk Yeargan, Petty & Co, r s s Jones 1 

w Dawson 
Separk Wm D, carpenter R & G Shops, r s e cor Lane and 

West 
Selby Talbot H, r s s TIargett 1 w Dawson 
Selz Ernest, elk L Rosenthal & Co, bds e s Wilmington 3 s 

Morgan 
Sexton Archey N, elk L Adams, bds Cooke's Hotel 
Sexton James A, physician e s Fayetteville 3 s Davie, bds 

YarbroLi<rh House 
Shaffer A Webster, U S Register in bankruptcy, office U 

S Court and P bldg, r s w cor Fayetteville and Le- 
noir 
Shallott Wm, tailor, res Person 1 n North 
Shank Miss Marv teacher D D & B Institute, r same 
Shaw Charles J, elk W H & R S Tucker, bds Tucker House 
Shaw Sallie (c), r w s Dawson 1 s Cabarrus 
Shearin Henry M (J B Forsythe & Co), r w s Salisbury 2 s 

Hillsboro 
Shej)pard Frank (c), porter J C S Lumsden 
Sheppard Girsh (c), r s end Blount 
Sheppard James (c), wks R & G raih'oad shops 
Sheriff's Office, J J Nowell, sheriff, Court House 
Sherrill James, printer, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Sherry Wm, elk Levy's Southern Bazaar, 
Sherwood Claude S, elk A Creech, r s e cor Hargett and 

McDowell 
Sherwood John M, bookkeeper Raleigh National Bank, r s 

w cor Fayetteville and LTargett 
Sheen Miss Lizzie, bkpr Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine, 

bds e s Dawson 1 s Davie 
Shift Henderson (c), lab, r s e limits 

Short Henry (c), driver M Grausman, r s s Davie 2 e Person 
Shotwell Randolph A (Shotwell & Dowd), bds National 

Hotel 
Sievers Frederick, manager Singer Mnfg Co, 12 Fayette- 
ville, r s s Polk 2 e East 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 131 

Sikes Miss Ettie, cashier W II & R S Tucker, bds Central 
Hotel 

Sills Henry (c), wks CKellj' & Baker, r w s Person 1 n Lane 

Simmons Daniel W (c), pressman Uzzell & Wiley, r s s 
Martin 3 c East 

Simmons James (c), baker, r rear s s Cabarrus 5 w Hay- 
wood 

Simmons W F, carpenter, bds Cooke's Hotel 

Simpson Ann, wid of James, r rear \v s Dawson 1 n Ca- 
barrus 

Simpson Mrs Narcissa J, teacher D D and B Institute, r 
same 

Simpson John A, teacher D D and B Institute, r same 

Simpson Robt, bakery rear w s Dawson 1 n Cabarrus, r 
same 

Simpson Wm, pharmacist and druggist 33 Fayetteville, r 
w s Dawson 1 n Cabarrus 

Skinner Rev Thomas E, pastor Salisbury Street Baptist 
churcli, r s s Hiilsboro 1 w Boylan av 

Slade Siphax (c), servant W Grimes, r w s Halifax 1 n North 

Slater Henry bds 7 Fayetteville 

Slater Wm A, elk D S Waitt & Bro, bds Yarbrough House 

Sledge Davy (c), wks Kentucky sales stables 

Sledge Thomas D, dealer in general merchandise, s e cor 
Hargett and East, r s s Hargett 1 e East 

Slerrett Nathaniel (c), servant T B Lyman, r n e cor North 
and Wilmington 

Sloan David W, apprentice Uzzell & Wiley, r John Collins 

Sloan George (George Sloan & Co), r n e cor Davie and Per- 
son 

Sloan George & Co (George Sloan and Jacob Rosenbaum), 
dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes etc, e s Fayetteville 3 
s Hargett 

Sloan Wm H, wks R & G depot, res Dawson In R & G 
RR 

Sloan Wilson, printer News office, bds e s West 1 s Morgan 

Sloman Cieorge, merchant, r n s Davie 1 w Person 

Smith Bainbridge, r s w cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 

Smith Beady W, dress mkr, r n s Jones 2 w Harrington 

Smith Caroline, wid of Eldridge, r w s East 1 n Davie 

Smith Ed, moulder Allen & Cram, r n s Martin 6 w Swain 



132 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Cmith Edward C, student, res Halifax 1 n North 
Smith E DeWitt, elk F Gruendler, r w s East 1 n Davie 
Smith Edward F, bds n e cor Edenton and McDowell 
Smith Elmos G, printer Edwards, Broughton & Co, r w s 

East 1 n Davie 
Smith Gatsy (c), res Cabarrus 1 n Lenoir 
Smith George (c), lab, r s s Martin 4 e East 
Smith G R, axle and wheel fitter R & G railroad shops 
Smith Rev Geo S (c), pastor C'ongregational church, res 

Fayetteville 5 s N C R R 
Smith Geo W, bds n e cor Edenton and McDowell 
Smith Hamden S, elk S J Freeman, bds n e cor McDowell 

and Edenton 
Smith Henrietta, wid of Richard, r s s Martin 5 e East 
Smith Henry (c), wks printing office, r w s McDowell 1 s 

Cabarrus 
Smith Henry C, gun and locksmith, tin and coppersmith w 

s Wilmington 2 s Morgan, r 21- miles w Raleigh 
Smith Isaac D, stone mason, r n s Davie 1 w Swain 
Smith James, drayman Thos Lee, bds s s Cabarrus 2 e Mc- 
Dowell 
Smith Miss Jennie, folder Edwards, Broughton & Co, r n s 

Davie 1 w Swain 
Smith Jerry (c), stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbel 
Smith Jos (c), porter Williams & Haywood, r n s South 2 

e Harrington 
Smith Lewis (c), shoemaker, w s Salisbury 2 n Davie 
Smith Lottie (c), wid of Harry, r w^ s Salisbury 1 n Davie 
Smith Monroe (c), wks R & G depot 

Smith Nancy, wid of Calum, r n g Hillsboro 2 w McDowell 
Smith Peter (c), lab J S Allen & Co, r n s Edenton 2 w 

Dawson 
Smith Pompey (c), blacksmith, r s s Cannon opp Harring- 
ton 
Smith Richard, shoemaker G W Howard, res Blount G s 

South 
Smith Rich, fireman R & G railroad 
Smith Richard (c), driver W H & R S Tucker 
Smith Richard C, groceries 45 Wilmington, r s s Morgan 3 

w Salisbury 
Smith Ruf wks R & G Shops 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 133 

Smith Rufus W, meat market market house, r s sSmithfield 

2 e Blount 
Smith Sarah G, wid of Jose})h R, r s w cor Fayetteville and 

Cabarrus 
Smith Simeon, pressman Edwards, Broughton ct Co, res 

Fayetteville 2 s railroad 
Smith Miss Susan, office lady Singer sewing machine, r n s 

Davie 1 w Swain 
Smith Sylvester, farmer, r w s West 1 s Cabarrus 
Smith Thomas B, elk J B Whitaker, r n s Jones 2 w Har- 
rington 
Smith Thomi's C (c), wks Robert Simpson 
Smith Wm D, dealer in fish at market house, res Person 1 

n Cabarrns 
Smith Wm N II, chief justice Supreme Court, res Halifax 

1 n North 
Smith Wm W (Lawrence & Smith), res Halifax 1 n 

North 
Smethurst Eliza, wid of Sidney, r n s R & G railroad 1 w 

Dawson 
Smethurst Sidne}', tinner J C Brewster, r n s R & G rail- 
road 1 w Dawson 
Smethurst Wm A, machinist Cooper, Newsom & Heartt, r 

w s R & G R R 1 w Dawson 
Smedes Rev Bennett, A. M., Rector, mental and moral 

sciences St Mary's School w end Hillsboro, r same 
Smedes Miss Eliza, asst in music St Mary's School, w end 

Hillsboro, r same 
Smedes George M, atty at law e s Fayetteville 2 n Yar- 

brough House up stairs, r w end Hillsboro St Mar}' 's 

School 
Smedes Peter (c), servant R H Battle 
Smythe Theodore F, machinist Cooper, Newsom & Heartt, 

bds w s Dawson 1 n Martin 
Snead Junius H, elk D S Waitt & Bro, bds Central Hotel 
Snipes Anderson (c), lab, r s s Newbern av 1 e Wilmington 
Snipes Bervin (c), blacksmith T A Bowen 
Snipes Plenry (c), drayman J P Hayes 
Snipes John H (c), wks Mitchell's steam boiler works 
Snipes Matthew, grocer w s Wilmington 2 n Hargett, r 

same 



134 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Snipes Niish (c), lab, r s s Nevvbern av 1 e Wilmington 

Snipes Wm (c), porter A Magnin, r rear \v s McDowell 2 s 
Cabarrus 

Snow Geo H, atty at law, s w cor Wilmington and Martin, 
r w s Boylan av 1 s Hillsboro 

Snow Wm P (c), (Snow & Page) 

Snow & Page (c), (Wm P Snow and Albert Page,) barbers e 
s Wilmington opp market 

Solomon Amos, r s w limits 

Solomon Joseph (c), waiter Higgs House 

Solomon Sidney, city hand, r s w limits 

Sorrell Dempsey B, bar tender J M Sorrell, r n e cor Daw- 
son and Cabarrus 

Sorrell Francis M, revenue marshal, r n e cor Dawson and 
Cabarrus 

Sorrell James M, saloon e s Wilmington opp market, r n 
e cor Dawson and Cabarrus 

Sorrell Laura W, wid of Alvis, r n e cor Dawson and Ca- 
barrus 

Serrell Marcellus W (Christophers & Sorrell), r s s Har- 
gett 2 w Swain 

Southern Express Office, A P Bryant, agt, w s Fayette- 
ville 2 s Morgan 

Spafford F A, prof of Greek a;nd Latin Shaw University, r 
same 

Spain W Irvin, carpenter R & G Shops, bds 7 Fayetteville 

Spellman John, r s w cor Blount and Jones 

Speight Mary, wid of Edwin, res Blount bet North and 
Lane 

Spencer Patrick (c), brickmason,r s s South 1 w Llarrington 

Spcncc Paul (c), lab, r w s Salisbur}^ 4 n North 

Spencer Russell (c), brickmason, rs s Cannon 1 w Harring- 
ton 

Spikes Charles, wks Royster's candy factory, res Blount 3 
s Davie 

Spikes Henry (c), lab, r w s West 2 n North 

Spikes Wm B, cabinet maker, res Blount 3 s Davie 

Spink Alfred J, dealer in pictures, r n end Person 

Spruill Miss Mar}', housekeeper Raleigh Female Seminar}'-, 
r same 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 135 

Stagg Edward, tel operator supt office NCR R, bds Yar- 

brough House 
Stamps Edward R, (Gray & Stamps), director State Na- 
tional Bank of Raleigh, r 21 Fayetteville 
Stanback Zack (c), carpenter, r w s Blount 1 s Davie 
Stanford Eli (c), carpenter, r rear w s Salisbury 1 s Martin 
Stanford Jno jr (c), ofHce boy State Agricultural Dept, r rear 

w s Salisbury 1 s Martin 
Stanley Raney (c), r rear s s Hillsboro 3 vv West 
Stanley Rufus (c), r s s Cannon 1 w Fayetteville 
Stanton Benj Z, carpenter J S Allen & Co, res Dawson 1 n 

Ed en ton 
Stanton Miss Bettie, milliner Isaac CEttinger, r H H Stan- 
ton 
Stanton Chas T, carpenter, res Dawson 1 li Edenton 
Stanton Henry H, carpenter, res Dawson 1 n Edenton 
Stallings James A, elk, bds e s Wilmington 2 n Cabarrus 
Stallings Mariah, wid of M M, r e s Wilmington 5 s Morgan 
Starke Bowling W, manager Western Union telegraph 
and telephone exchange office w s Fayetteville 1 n Mar- 
tin, r n w cor Salisbury and Lenoir 
State Agricultural Department, L L Polk commissioner 

over 55 Fayetteville 
State Geologist Office, W. C Kerr, State Geologist, over 55 

Fayetteville 
State National Bank, of Raleigh, Mrs M C Williams pres, 

Samuel C White cashier, 21 Fayetteville 
Stedman Nathan A, elk E J Hardin, bds n s Hillsboro 2 w 

West 
Stein Chas, shoemaker R Dobbin, r n e cor Newborn av and' 

East 
Steele Alex (c), porter State Treas office, r w s McDowell 1 

s Cabarrus 
Stefans Giovanni, r w s Blount 2 n Cabarrus 
Stephens Elizabeth, wid of Lott, r s n Newbern 'av 7 e East 
Stevens Hellen, wid of Samuel, boarding house s w cor 

Newbern av and Bloodworth, r same 
Stephens Henry (c), lab J S Allen & Co, bds rear e s Persoii 

1 n Davie 
Stevens James, r s e cor Newbern av and Bloodworth 
7 



136 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Stewart Geo W, propr New York photograph gallery over 

20 Fayetteville, r same 
Stewart Jesse (c), stone cutter Whitelaw & Campbell, r n s 

Lenoir 3 w McDowell 
Stewart Robt (c), lab, r w s Blount 2 s Davie 
Stewart Samuel (c), wks Kingsley & Ashley, r w s Blount 

2 s Smithfield 
Stith Mary V, wid of Buckner, r Howell House 
Stevenson Leondas D, trustee D D & B Institute, r 10 miles 

s of Raleigh 
Stevenson Thomas S, plumber and gas fitter w s Fayette- 
ville rear Jones, Green & Powell, r s s Morgan 3 e 
Blount 
Stone Emmett P, baggage master R&GRR, rss Johnson 

2 e R & G R R 
Stone John B, elk Christophers & Sorrell, rss Johnson 2 e 

R&GRR 
■Stone John L, engineer R & G R R, r s s Johnson 2 e R & 

G R R 
Stone Joshua L, State agt for the New Home sewing ma- 
chine, also dealer in pianos, organs and all kinds of 
sewing machines 18 Fayetteville, res Dawson 1 s 
Jones 
Stone Robt D, elk J Q Edwards, r n s Hillsboro 2 w Mc- 
Dowell 
Stone Wm (c), driver, r rear Cottage Hotel n e cor Dawson 

and Davie 
Strange Bettie, w^id of Robt, r w s Rlount 1 n North 
Straughan F Mac, wks State capitol, r n s Hargett 1 w 

Blount 
Straughan John, r n s Hargett 1 w Blount 
Straughan T B, wks R & G R R Shops 
Strickland Calvin (c), mail carrier, res East 2 n Newborn 

avenue 
Strickland Marcellus (c), servant Peace Institute 
Strickland Wm (c), lab, r n s Cabarrus 5 e East 
Street Samuel R, (Street & Son), r Newborn, N C 
Street Wm J, (Street & Son), r National Hotel 
Street & Son, (Samuel R and William J), proprs National 
Hotel n w cor Edenton and Halifax 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 137 

Stronach Alex B, (W C & A B Stronacli), r n s Hargett 
1 w Swain 

Stronach Frank, (Stronach & Belo), bds w s Salisbury 1 s 
Cabarrus 

Stronach Wm C, (W C & A B Stronach), r n w cor Blood- 
worth and Peace 

Stronach W C & A B, (William C and Alex B), grocers, 
cotton buyers and com merchants 4 Martin and 6 mar- 
ket square also fancy grocers 1 Fayetteville 

Stronach & Belo, (Frank Stronach and Robt W Belo), com 
merchants and brokers e s Wilmington 6 s Martin 

Strong George, elk Julius Lewis & Co, r w s Bloodworth 1 
n North 

Strong Geo V, atty at law e s Fa,yetteville upstairs 2 s Mar- 
tin, r w s Bloodworth 1 n North 

Strother Simon, wks T B Macon, res Bloodworth 1 n Har- 
gett 

Studwin Henry (c), r w s Blount 1 s Davie 

St Mary's School, w end Hillsboro 

Sugg Britton, locksmith, r s end Wilmington 

Sully Edwin, bds Yarbrough House 

Sumner Burrell (c), wks R & G depot, r nr same 

Sumner Wm H (c), Brown & Sumner, r n s Martin 22 Har- 
rington 

Summerville Burrell (c), wks R & Gdepot 

Sutton Alfred (c), servant J M Heck 

Sutton James, printer, rooms Cottage Hotel 

Sutton Wm A, cigar mkr O'Neil & Plumadore, r n e cor 
Harrington and Hargett 

Swain George (c), w^aiter National Hotel 

Swain Jordan (c), carpenter, r w s Salisbury 1 s South 

Swepson George W, manufacturer, r n w cor Salisbury and 
Hillsboro 

Swindell James L, r n s Martin 6 w Swain 

Swiney Patrick, res West 2 s South 

Syme Andrew, bkpr Citizens' National bank, r s s Jones 2 e 
East 

Syme Edward (c), porter W C & A B Stronach 

Syme John C, bds National Hotel 



138 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 



T 



ANT EMMA, wid of J M, r w s Blount 2 n Hargett 



Tant Walter D, wks Edwards, Broughtou & Co, r w s Blount 

2 n Hargett 
Tate Alfred (c), sleeping car porter Augusta Air Line, bds n 

e cor McDowell and Hargett 
Tate Chas (c), wks J Lewis & Co 
Tate Sebon (c), farm hand, r n s Davie 2 e McDowell 
Taylor A, bar room, bds e s Wilmington 3 s Hargett 
Taylor Albert, elk L Adams, bds e end Newbern av 
Taylor Alfred D, sewing machine agent, r n s Weldon 1 w 

Salisbury 
Taylor Eliza, wid of Caleb, res Salisbury 1 n Hargett 
Taylor Eliza, wid of James F, r n w cor Hargett and Salis- 
bury 
Taylor MrsEmily J, housekeeper D D & B Institute, r same 
Taylor Geo, harness maker, r s s Newbern av 3 w Swain 
Taylor Hawkins (c), driver, res McDowell 1 n Martin 
Taylor Miss H Dixie, teacher French, Natural Science and 

mathematics Raleigh Female Seminary, r same 
Taylor James A, printer J S Hampton, r n s Hargett 2 w 

Blount 
Taylor James F, r n w cor Hargett and Salisbury 
Taylor Jesse (c), porter S J Freeman 
Taylor Jordan (c), wks J P Hayes 
Taylor Julius S, saloon 31^ Fayetteville also jeweler 11 Fay- 

etteville, r n s Hillsboro 3 w West 
Taylor Lewis D, saloon e s Wilmington 5 s Hargett, bds 

Wilmington 
Taylor Mary wid of John, r w s Person 2 n Edenton 
Taylor Moses (c), wks R W Smith, r s s Smithfield 2 e 

Blount 
Taylor Nelson (c), carpenter, r s e cor South and McDowell 
Taylor Phillip, elk M T Norris & Co, bds n s Hillsboro 

2 w West 
Taylor Rachael (c), r n s Lenoir 1 e Harrington 
Taylor Ransom (c), wks T H Briggs, r n s Lenoir 1 e Mc- 
Dowell 
Taylor Reuben (c), fireman R & G R R 
Taylor Richard P, buss conductor National Hotel, r same 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 139 

Taylor Robert W, school teacher, r s s Newbern av 3 w 

Swain 
Taylor Sidney (c), barber Nichols & Taylor, r w s Blount 1 

n Hargett 
Taylor Thomas (c), [Nichols & Taylor], r w s Blount 1 n 

Hargett 
Taylor Warren (c), servant Yarbrough House 
Taylor A\'ashington (c), r s s South opp Person 
Taylor Wm (c), res Blount 2 s Cabarrus 
Taylor Wm, plumber T S Stevenson, r outside limits 
Taylor Wm F, bkpr L H Adams, bds Tucker House 
Taylor Wm T, (Johnson & Taylor), r w s Wilmington 1 n 

Hargett 
Teasley Edward, cabinet maker H J Brown, r n s Morgan 

1 w West 
Telfair Asbury (c), elk R H Alston, r Fayetteville 
Terrell Edmond (c), yard hand Raleigh Gas Light Co, r s w 

limits 
Terrell Haywood (c), r s s Davie 2 e Wilmington 
Terrell John R, elk Johnson & Wiggs, bds Central Hotel 
Terrell Peter (c), lab, r rear s s South 1 e West 
Terrell R (c), r rear e s Wilmington 2 n Cabarrus 
Terrell Ralph (c), drayman J P Gulley, r n e cor Cannon 

and Harrington 
Terrell Thomas B, engineer R & G railroad, r n e cor Peace 

and Salisbury 
The Evening Visitor, daily and weekly (Visitor Pub Co), 

old Sentinel bldg s court house 
The New Home Sewing Machine, J L Stone State agt 

18 Fayetteville 
The Raleigh News, Geo C Jordan editor and propr, 6 

Martin 
The Singer Manufacturing Company, F Solvers n.angr 

12 Fayetteville 
Theim Phillip, bkpr J P Gulley, r s w cor Bloodworth and 

Cabarrus 
Thomas Alice, wid of Wiley, res Harrington 1 n Davie 
Thomas Charles, moulder Allen & Cram 
Tnomas Edward B, bkpr Williams & Haywood, r n w cor 

North and Salisbury 
Thomas Elias (c), lab, r s s Cannon w limits 



140 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Thomas Frank (c), res East 2 n Edenton 

Thomas George (c), cook T F Lee, r n e cor Salisbury and 
Martin 

Thomas Henry L, elk W H & R S Tucker, bds National 
Hotel 

Thomas Jack (c), driver J W Alston, r s w cor Peace and 
Blount 

Thomas James J, cotton commission merchant e s Wil- 
mington 3 s Martin, r s e cor McDowell and Jones 

Thomas Saunders (c), lab, r s s Cabarrus 3 e East 

Thomas Sarah (c), res East 2 e Edenton 

Thomas Ruffin (c), waiter Yarbrough House 

Thomas Wiley (c), wks D G Fowle, r s w limits 

Thomas Wm G, elk Williams & Haywood, r n w cor North 
and Salisbury 

Thomason Wm J, painter T G Jenkins, r s w cor Person 
and Davie 

Thompson Alfred (c), [blind] wood-sawer, r s end Fayette- 
ville nr railroad 

Thompson Alf A, (Moore & Thompson), r n w cor North 
and East 

Thompson Geo W jr, bkpr J J Thomas, bds Tucker House 

Thompson Henry C, dept Rev Col, bds s s Hillsboro 3 w 
West 

Thompson James C, elk J P Gulley, bds n s North 1 w 
East 

Thompson John B, blacksmith, r w s Bloodworth 3 s Har- 
gett 

Thompson John W, elk M T Leach & Co, r n s North 1 w 
East 

Thompson Mart, policeman, r w s West opp Jones 

Thompson Martha, wid of Charles, r s s Cannon 1 e Manly 
avenue 

Thompson Moses (c), boot and shoe mkr w s Wilmington 3 
s Morgan, r e end Cabarrus 

Thompson Richard T, moulder Cooper, Newsom & Heartt, 
r n s Lenoir 4 w Haywood 

Thompson Samuel, shoemaker penitentiary, res Harring- 
ton 2 n Martin 

Thompson Susan, wid of John, r n s Lenoir 1 e Harring- 
ton 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 141 

Thompson Wm (c), slioemaker M Thompson, r c s Blood- 
worth 2 n Davie 

Thompson William D, (Bullock & Thompson), r s end East 

Thornton AVillis (e), painter Bullock & Thompson, r Ober- 
lin 

Thrower James R, machinist R & G Shops 

Tighe Frank, engineer R & G railroad 

Tillinghast David R, teacher D D & B Institute, r s w cor 
Polk and Blood worth 

Tillinghast Thomas H, teacher D D & B Institute, r s w cor 
Polk and Bloodworth 

Timberlake Alexander (c), wks J W Albertson, r s e cor Per- 
son Jones 

Timberlake Julius B, conductor R & G railroad, r n s Jones 
2 e McDowell 

Tompkins Mrs A E, boarding house s w cor Fayetteville and 
Cabarrus, r same 

Tonnoffski Geo L, genl merchandise and liquors cor Fay- 
etteville and N C railroad, r n s Davie 2 e Wilmington 

Towles James M, (Monie & Towles), res Wilmington 2 n 
Davie 

Towles Miss Sallie, res Wilmington 2 n Davie 

Townes Albert (c), barber Yarbrough House 

Traylor Alex, elk W H Morriss, bds 7 Fayetteville 

Trice Richard (c), gardener S Smith, r n e cor Lenoir and 
West 

Trice Willis ^c), lab, r n s Davie 3 e McDowell 

Tucker Abram (c), drayman, res East 2 n Newbern av 

Tucker Andrew (c), brickmason J S Allen & Co 

Tucker Armistead (c), porter J A Cheatham 

Tucker Cyrus (c), cook Yarbrough House 

Tucker Eli (c), drayman Parker & Avera 

Tucker Frank (c), servant Mrs Mary Bryan, res Blount bet 
North a]id Lane 

Tucker Hall, 23\ Fayetteville 

Tucker Horace P, r s e cor Dawson and Hillsboro 

Tucker Martin V (c), porter W H & R S Tucker 

Tucker Sias (c), cook Yarbrough House, r s s Cabarrus 3 e 
East 

Tucker Walter, bds n w cor Hillsboro and Dawsan 



142 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Tucker Rufus S, (W H & R S Tucker), r n s Hillsboro 2 

w Saunders 
Tucker Wm H H, (W H & R S Tucker), r s w cor McDowell 

and Martin 
Tucker W H & R S, (Wm H H and Rufus S), wholesale 

and retail dry goods, carpets, notions, boots, shoes, etc, 

23 and 25 Fayetteville 
Tupper Rev H M, pres'dnt of Shaw University and Estey 

Seminary s e cor Wilmington and South, r same 
Turner Alexander (c), minister, res East 3 s South 
Turner Daniel (c), farmer, r n s Cabarrus 1 e Wilmington 
Turner J McL, keeper of capitol, bds National Hotel 
Turner Junius D, elk Redford & Arendell, res Harrington 

2 n Edenton 
Turner Rufus H, telegraph repairer R & G railroad, r w s 

West 1 s North 
Turner's N C Almanac, J H Enniss,pub, w s Salisbury 1 s 

Jones 
Turner Vines E, dentist over 9 Fayetteville, res Per- 
son 1 n Jones 
Turner Wm (c), wks Cooke's brickyard, r s e limits 
Turner Wm (c), train hand, r n s Lenoir 1 w railroad 
Tutt Charles C, printer Uzzell & Wiley, bds Cooke's Hotel 
Twitty Major (c), porter 7 Fayetteville, r same 
Tyson Maggie, wid of Richard, r over s e cor Hillsboro and 

Harrington 



u 



NDERWOOD JAMES E, blacksmith R & G shops, rn 
sR&GRR2e Dawson 

Upchurch Alfred, carriage mkr n s Hargett 4 e Wilming- 
ton, r s e cor Hargett and Blood worth 
Upchurch Chas D, elk Superior Court and probate judge, 

office Court House, r n w cor Fayetteville and South 
Upchurch D Reid, dept elk Superior Court, bds n s Davie 2 

e Wilmington 
Upchurch Frances, wid of Williford, r s s Davie 1 e Blount 
Upchurch Geo C, police, r n s Hargett 3 e Wilmington 
Upchurch James M, book binder Edwards, Broughton & 
Co, r s s Davie 1 e Blount 



RALEIGPI CITY DIRECTORY. 143 

Upchurch James B, bkpr Julius Lewis & Co, r s e cor Plar- 

gett and Bloodworth 
Upchurch John W, grocer n s Exchange Place 3 w Wil- 
mington, res Bloodworth 1 n North 
Upchurch Rebecca, wid of Bartlett, r w s West 1 s Morgan 
Upchurch Wm C, grocer n s Hargett 2 w Wilmington, res 

Wilmington 1 s Morgan 
Upchurch Wm D, saloon Wilmington opp Market, r n w 

cor Person and Lenoir 
Upchurch William G (Williamson & Upchurch), res 

McDowell 1 n Martin 
Upchurch Wm W, r s s Martin 1 w East 
Upman Edward (c), lab, res Harrington 1 n South 
Upman Sylvester (c), carpenter, r s s South 1 e Harrington 
U S Marshal's Office, Joshua B Hill, marshal, U S Court 

and P bldg 
Utley Fannie, wid of Hintoii, res East opp Morgan 
Utley John (c), porter Len H Adams 
Utley John C, machinist R & G depot, r n s Weldon 1 e 

railroad 
Utley Wm M, local editor Evening Visitor, r e end Davie 

nr old fair grounds 
Utley Wm T, elk C C Clawson, res East opp Morgan 
Utman Henry (c), farmer, r s w limits 
Utzman Robert M, r s s Peace 1 n Halifax 
Uzzell Edwin M, (Uzzell & Wiley) r n s Hargett 1 e Blount 
Uzzell & Wiley, (Edwin M Uzzell and Phillip W Wiley), 

book and job printers and binders Bagley bldg s e cor 

Fayetteville and Martin 
Uzzle Junius E, elk R S Uzzle, r n s Lane 2 w McDowell 
Ulzle Payton R, bkpr A Creech, r n s Lane 2 w McDowell 
Uzzle Rufus S, grocer s e cor Hillsboro and Harrington, r 

n s Lane 2 w McDowell 
Uzzle Walter S, bkpr J L Stone, r n s Lane 2 w McDowell 



VALENTINE JOHN (c), barber H I Hughes, r Wil- 
mington opp Smithfield 

Varalla John, musician, res Blount 3 n Cabarrus 

Varalla Joseph, res Blount 3 n Cabarrus 

Vass John M, grocer, s w cor Dawson and South, r same 



144 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Vass Monroe (c), wks A W Frai)s, res West 2 n Edenton 

Vass Nat (c), porter Exchange bklg 

Vass William W, treasurer R & G and R & A R R, r n e 
cor Halifax and North 

Vaughan Edgar, v/ks Ellington, Ro3^stor & Co 

Vaughan Harris, carpenter R & G Shops, r n e cor McDow- 
ell and Jones 

Vaughan Littleton R, r s e cor Dawson and North 

Vaughan Lucy (c), wid of Moses, res Haywood 3 n Ca- 
barrus 

Vaughan Watson, candy raakr A D Royster & Bro 

Venable Henry (c), shoemaker e s Fayetteville 4 s railroad, 
r same 

Vick Frank (c), huckster market, r s w cor McDowell and 
South 

Vine Jacob (c), servant e s Saunders 3 n Hillsboro, r rear n 
s Hillsboro 2 w West 

Vines Robt (c), servant at Mrs Mary Woodard's 



WADDELL HENRY (c), fireman R & A R R, r n s 
Jones 1 e Person 

Waddell Jasper N, elk G L Tonnoff^ki, r w s Fayetteville 3 

n Manly Av 
Wade Sylvester (c), lab, r w s Harrington 2 s Hillsboro 
Wainwright Geo H (Cooke & Wainwright), r s s Davie 1 

e Wilmington 
Wait Samuel D, gen 1 agt Connecticut Mutual Life Ins Co, 

e s Fayetteville 3 s Davie, bds s w cor Fayetteville and 

Cabarrus 
Waitt Darius S, (D S Wiatt & Bro), r n c cor Morgan and 

Person 
Waitt D S & Bro, (Darius S and Geo N), dry goods, clothing 

boots, shoes, etc, 52 Fayetteville 
Waitt Geo N, (D S Waitt & & Bro), r w^ s Fayetteville 4 s 

Davie 
Waitt Kendall B, r n e cor Person and Morgan 
Watt Thomas K, elk L Rosenthal & Co, res Person 1 n 

Polk 
Walber James, herb doctor, r s s Cabarrus 1 w Person 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 145 



Walden Nancy (c), wid of Stanford, r n w cor Dawson and 

Lenoir 
Walden Rev R I (c), asst teacher Shaw University, r same 
Waklen Wm S, wks T H Briggs & Sons, r s s Morgan 2 w 

Dawson 
Walker Miss Blanche, milliner Isaac OEttinger, r w s Blount 

3 n Davie 
Walker Lewis (c), farmer, r s s South 2 e N C railroad 
Walker Phillip C, propr of the Yarbrough House saloon, 

billiard parlor and cigar stand, bds Yarbrough House 
Walker Samuel W, elk Betts & King, r w s Blount 3 n 

Davie 
Walker Thomas (c), drayman Christophers & Sorrell, r w s 

Swain 2 s Jones 
Walker Wm (c), fireman R & G R R, r nr R & G R R 
Walker Wm H, elk W Woollcott, res Wilmington 2 s 

Morgan 
Wall Benjamin (c), servant J B Hill, r s s Jones 1 w Blood- 
worth 
Wall Polly, v.'id of Jonathan, r w s Harrington 1 n Jones 
Wallace Wm (c), drayman, r rear w s Person 2 s Davie 
Wallace Wm P, bker, s w cor Blount and Davie, r same 
Wallin Charles, blacksmith, r s s Morgan 2 w Salisbury 
Walsh Wm, engineer R & A R R 
Walters John M, r n w cor East and Polk 
Ward D T, bds National Hotel 
AVarick Wm (c), minister, r w s East 1 n Martin 
Waring J Frank, carpenter, r n s Newborn av 2 w Swain 
Warren James, bar tender F Jones, r outside limits 
Warren Thomas (c), wks W C & A B Stronach, raw limits 
Walton Julia, wid of James, r n w cor Harrington and Lane 
Walton Wm PI, printer Uzzell & Wiley, bds Cooke's Hotel 
Walton \Vm L, wks R & G R R depot, r n w cor Lane and 

Harrington 
Washington John (c), servant J McKee, r s c cor Jones and 

Blount 
Washington School (c), s e cor McDowell and South 
Washington Gray (c), head waiter Yarbrough House, r s s 

Cabarrus 1 e Dawson 
Watkins Henry C, wks Mitchell's steam boiler works, r n 

w corner Martin and Salisbury 



146 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

"Watkins Jennie D (c), housekeeper Yarbrough House 
Watkins John S, pastor First Presbyterian Church, r s w 

cor Hargett and Dawson 
Watkins Samuel J (c), dealer in groceries, provisions, etc, 

n s Cabarrus 3 e railroad, r same 
Watson Bain, bds n s Cabarrus 3 w Salisbury- 
Watson Benj A, elk J T Morris, bds s s Cabarrus 4 w Hay- 
wood 
Watson Dave (c). lab, r n w cor Cabarrus and Watson's 

alley 
Watson Fred A, (Jacob S Allen & Co), r n s North 2 w 

Harrington 
Watson Furney (c), farmer, r s s Cabarrus 4 w Haywood 
Watson G L, engineer R & G railroad 
Watson John, r n e cor Newbern av and Blood worth 
Watson John (c), r rear n s Martin 5 w Blount 
Watson John L (c), lab, r n w cor Cabarrus and Watson's 

alley 
Watson John W, photographer, r n e cor Newbern av and 

Blood worth 
Watson John W B, farmer, r s s Lenoir 2 e East 
Watson Joseph, shoemaker, res Blount 1 s south 
Watson Robert (c), wks J W B Watson, r n w cor Cabarrus 

and Watson's alley 
Watson Miss Sarah, milliner Isaac CEttinger, res Blount 1 

s South 
Watts Josiah T, justice of the peace s w cor Martin and 

Wilmington, r w s Blount 1 n Martin 
Watts Mrs J T, millinery, fancy goods and dress making 

w s Blount 1 n Martin, r same 
Weathers Calvin H, grocer w s Blount 2 n Davie, r same 
Weathers Columbus M, tinner, r n e cor Hargett and Har- 
rington 
Weathers Kimboro R, elk R & G railroad, r n e cor Hargett 

and Harrington 
Weathers Kim W, baggage master R& G railroad, r n ecor 

Hargett and Harrington 
Weathers Joseph, elk C H Weathers 
Weathers Romlus H, elk J J Thomas, r w s Blount 2 n 

Martin 
Weaver Weldon, elk L Rosenalthal & Co 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 147 

Weaver Wm (c), lab, r s s Newbern av 4 e East 
Webster Daniel (c), r s s Smithfield 2 e Wilmington 
Webster Duncan L, elk W H & R S Tucker, bds Tucker 

House 
Weddon Charles S, painter R & G railroad, r n s Lane 1 w 

Harrington 
Weddon Matilda, wid of Shedracli, r n s North 2 w Mc- 
Dowell 
Weeks Frank, elk Marcom & Alford, bds u s Lenoir 2 e 

East 
Weikel Christian (C Weikel & Co), r 26 Fayetteville 
Weikel G & Go (Christian Weikel), merchant tailor 26 

Fayetteville 
Weir William, brickmason, res Bloodworth 2 n Hargett 
Weir Wm J, brickmason, res Bloodworth 2 n Hargett 
West Anna, wid of Walter, r w s Fayetteville 2 s Davie 
West Billy (c), r w s McDowell 1 s Cabarrus 
West Mrs Ellen, wid of John T, r s s Hillsboro 4 w West 
West James W, tinner J C Brewster, r n s Newbern av 1 e 

Eeast 
"West Nicholas W (Julius Lewis & Co), r s s Hillsboro 4 w 

Saunders 
Western Union Telegraph and Telephone Exchange, 

B W Starke, manager, w s s Fayetteville 1 n Martin 
Wetherell Wm P, agt Traveler's Ins Co, n w cor Fayette- 
ville and Martin up stairs, r s e cor Martin and Mc- 
Dowell 
Weatherspoon Levi L (c), wks Mrs Sorrell, r n s Davie 3 e 

McDowell 
Weatherspoon Sidney (c), lab, r w s Person 1 n Cabarrus 
Weatherspoon Thomas (c), cook N Jolly 
Wharton Isham (c), shoemaker, r n s Lenoir 2 e Harring- 
ton 
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Co 11 Fayetteville 
Whitaker Benj (c), servant A Lawrence, r w s Salisbury 2 s 

Johnson 
Whitaker Burt (c), lab, r s s Cannon w limits 
Whitaker Burrell (c), wks R & A railroad, bds n s Cabarrus 

1 w Dawson 
Whitaker Byron N, elk Len H Adams, bds Tucker House 



148 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Whitaker Edward A, dealer in family groceries, fruit, etc, 
n s Cabarrus 5 e railroad, r same 

Whitaker Joel D, dealer in wood, coal and lumber w end 
Hargett 

Whitaker Richard. H, editor and propr Friend and Tem- 
plar s e cor market place and Fayetteville over Jos P 
Gulley's, r w s Person 1 n Polk 

AVhitaker Stimpson H, dealer in lumber bet R & G and N 
C R R nr N C depot 

Whitaker Wesley, elk revenue office, r s s Hargett 2 e East 

Whitaker Wm (c), servant National Hotel, r n s Cannon 2 
e Manly 

White Charlie W, elk, r n w cor Dawson and Jones 

White Edwin W, engineer R & G R R, r n w cor Jones and 
Dawson 

White Frank (c), brickmason, r s s South 2 e N C R R 

White George (c), r rear s s Hargett 2 w Swain 

White John R, engineer R & A R R 

White Luther N, genl storekeeper and gauger, r s s Mor- 
gan 3 e Blount 

White Mollie (c), res Dawson 2 s Cabarrus 

White Samuel C, cashier State National Bank of Raleigh, 
r s w cor Jones and McDowell 

White Wm L, associate editor Raleigh New^s, bds National 
Hotel 

White Wm W, register of deeds, office Court House, r w s 
Person 2 n Hargett 

White Wm W, engineer U S Court and P bldg, r s s 
Martin 1 e McDowell 

White Miss Willie, milliner Mrs M A Hardie, r 24 Fayette- 
ville 

Whitehead Mrs J D, wid of Williamson, r n e cor Hillsboro 
and McDowell 

Whitehead John, travelling insurance agent, r s w cor Mor- 
gan and Bloodworth 

Whitehead Louis D H, saloon w s Wilmington 5 s Hargett, 
r w s Harrington 2 s Lane 

Whitelaw John C (Whitelaw & Campbell), r n e cor Jones 
and Bloodworth 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 149 

Whitelaw & Campbell (John C Whitelaw and Hugh 
Campbell), marble and stone yard w s Fayetteville 1 n 
Davie 
"Wliitfield N G Jr, elk Julius Le^Yis & Co, bds National 

Hotel 
"Whitiield Wm (c), r s end Wilmington 
Whiting Chester G, elk R B Andrews & Co, bds Tucker 

House 
Whiting Seymour W, (R B Andrews & Co), bds National 

Hotel 
Whitson Samuel N, grocer, r n w cor Haywood and Cabar- 
rus 
Wicker Miss Allie, folder Edwards, Broughton & Co, r s 

end Wilmington 
Wicker Annie, res East 6 s South 
Wicker David A, rs end Wilmington 
Wicker Edward C, painter Bullock & Thompson 
Wicker Robt D, printer Ferrell, Booker & Co, res Wilming- 
ton 7 s j\Iorgan 
Wiggins James H, r n s North 1 e Harrington 
Wiggins Jefferson, wks Ellington, Royster & Co 
Wiggins Mar}' (c), wid of Joseph, r alley s s Davie G e East 
Wiggs Thomas J (Johnson & Wiggs) bds w s Dawson 1 s 

Lane 
Wiley Full, preacher, r Sraithfield 1 w Blount 
Wiley Philip A, cashier Citizens' National bank, r n s 

Jones 2 e East 
Wiley Philip W, (Uzzle & Wiley), r n s Jones 2 e East 
Wiley Phillip C (c), elk, r n s Manly av 2 w Fayetteville 
AViley Peter (c), r n s Manly av 2 w Fayetteville 
Wile}' Thomas (c), plasterer, r s e cor East and Martin 
Wilcox Turner (c), r s w limits 
Wiikerson A J, carpenter J S Allen & Co 
Wilkerson John H, carpenter, bds s s Jones 2 w Dawson 
Wilkins Enoch (c), servant w s Boylan av 2 s Plillsboro 
Wilkins F H (c), teacher Johnson graded school 
AVilkes Leonidas (c), porter Williamson & Upchurch 
AVillard Wm H, r n s Hillsboro 2 w Saunders 
Williams Adam (c), porter Christophers & Sorrell 
Williams Adolphus C (c), grocer n s Cabarrus 1 e Blnunt 



150 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Williams Albert (c), blacksmith s e cor Morgan and Mc- 
Dowell 

Williams Alex (c), pressman Edwards, Broughton & Co 

Williams Alfred (Alfred Williams & Co, r w s Fayetteville 
2 s Davie 

Williams Alfred & Co (Alfred Williams and Eugene G 
Harrell), publishers and wholesale and retail booksell- 
ers and stationers 19 Fayetteville 

Williams Alonzo, tinner J C S Lumsden, rwsR&GRR 
2 s Johnson 

Williams Andrew, foreman Raleigh Christian Advocate, r 
e s Dawson 2 n Hargett 

Williams Chas E, r w s Blount 1 n Morgan 

Williams Dock (c), wks Robt Simpson, r s w limits 

AVilliams Dock (c), wks Allen & Cram, r w s Person 1 n Ca- 
barrus 

Williams Edward (c), servant W J Hicks, r n w cor Dawson 
and Edenton 

Williams Edward, elk B L Bingham, r n s Morgan 1 e 
Blount 

Williams Eli (c), blacksmith, res Haywood 3 n Cabarrus 

Williams Emma, dressmaker e s Bloodworth 4 s Martin, r 
same 

Williams George (c), carpenter, res East 3 s South 

Williams Geo H, r n e cor Martin and McDowell 

Williams Hays (c), porter D S Waitt & Bro 

Williams Hiley (c), carpenter, res East 1 n Edenton 

Williams Jacob (c), drayman W H Dodd, r s s Lenoir 3 w 
Blount 

Williams James (c), wks Cooke's brickyard, r s s Hargett 4 
e East 

Williams James (c), elk T Donaldson 

Williams James Q, cotton weigher for connty, bds e s Wil- 
mington 3 s Hargett 

Williams John E, bricklayer, r n s Edenton 3 w Swain 

Williams John L, wks R & G depot, r s e cor Salisbury and 
Peace 

Williams John L, carpenter J S Allen B Co, r s s Jones 2 w 
Dawson 

Williams John R (Williams & Haywood), r n e cor Martin 
and McDowell 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 151 

Williams John R, money elk Southern Express office, r w s 

West 1 s IMorgan 
Williams Leua, wid of Samuel, r w s Person 3 n Polk 
Williams London (c), r rear n e cor Fayetteville and Lenoir 
Williams Mrs Mariam C, wid of J G, pres State National 

Bank of Raleigh, r 21 Fayetteville 
Williams Mark M, r e s Blount 2 s Davie 
AVilliams Marshall (c), lab Raleigh News 
Williams Marj'' (c), res Dawson 1 n Lenoir 
Williams Nelson W (c), lab, res Haywood 3 n Cabarrus 
Williams Patrick, painter A Upchurch, r nr w end Hillsboro 
Williams Peter (c), lab, res Dawson 2 s Cabarrus 
Williams Peyton P, carpenter Ellington, Royster & Co, r s 

s Weld on 1 w Salisbury 
Williams Richard (c), drayman M T Leach & Co, r w s Mc- 
Dowell 1 s South 
Williams Roelney (c), wks Kingsley & Ashley, r s s Cabar- 
rus 2 w Blount 
Williams Robt (c), porter Pool & Moring 
Williams Robt (c), brakeman N C R R, r n e cor Lenoir 

and Dawson 
Williams Robt, lab J S Allen & Co 

Williams Robt I, elk Williams & Haywood, r n e cor Mar- 
tin and McDowell 
Williams Squire (c), shoemaker, res Haywood 2 s Cabarrus 
Williams Tempy (c), rn s Lenoir 2 e Harrington 
Williams Thomas S (c), porter E J Hardin, r Fayetteville 
Williams Thomas (c\ brickmason J S Allen & Co 
Williams Thomas (c), wks Cooke's brickyard, res Dawsoa 

2 s Cabarrus 
Williams Thomas (c), carriage driver O'Kelly & Baker 
Williams Weldon (c), lab, res Dawson 2 s Cabarrus 
Williams Wiley, res Dawson 2 n Hargett 
Williams Weston (c), wks Mrs E Felton, res Halifax 1 n 

Edenton 
Williams Wm (c), waiter Yarbrough House 
Williams Willis (c), servant Wm Boylan, r w s Salisbury 1 

s Johnson 
Williams Willis D, manfr plow handles and^ rims, r w s 
Blount 1 s Morgan 



152 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Williams & Haywood, (John R Williams and Fabius J 

Haywood sr), druggists and apothecaries s e cor Fayette- 

ville and Hargett 
Williamson Bailey P (Williamson & Upchurch), r n s 

Hargett 1 e McDowell 
Williamson Henry (c), drayman Julius Lewis & Co, r w s 

Bloodworth 1 s Hargett 
Williamson James, elk T H Briggs & Son, bds s s Martin 1 

w McDowell 
Williamson Joseph T, elk Williamson & Upchurch, bds n 

s Hargett 1 e McDowell 
Williamson & Upchurch (Bailey P Williamson and Wm 

G Upchurch), wholesale grocers and commission mer- 
chants 53 Fayettville 
Willis Alfred (Willis & Pierce), r n w cor Blount and 

Davie 
Willis Thomas J, engineer Geo Cooke, r s w cor Person and 

Lenoir 
Willis Wm T, cutter C Weikel & Co, bds Central Hotel 
Willis Wm W, brickmason, r w s Person 1 s Cabarrus 
"Willis & Pierce (Alfred Willis and Frank S Pierce), fash- 
ionable boot and shoe mkrs under State National Bank 
Willoughby W James, wks T H Briggs & Sons, r w s West 

1 s Lane 
Wilson Carrie E, matron for the blind D D & B Institute, r 

same 
Wilson Dennis, r s s Hargett 1 e East 
Wilson Fred (c), brakeman R & G railroad, r s s Johnson 1 

w railroad 
Wilson Frank (c), lab, r rear w s Person 2 s Davie 
Wilson Joel V, wks R & G railroad depot, r n s Jones 2 w 

Dawson 
Wilson Johanes F, conductor R & G R R, r w s Halifax 1 s 

Lane 
Wilson J N, watchman R & G R R shops, bds 7 Fayetteville 
Wilson Lewis (c), shoemaker M Thompson 
Wilson Paul (c), r n s Jones 2 e East 
Wilson Peter M, local editor Raleigh Observer, bds Yar- 

b rough House 
Wilson S Otho, propr Raleigh nurseries, r Tarboro road nr 

city limits 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 153 

Wilson Wm W, r n s Jones 2 w Dawson 

Wilton Henry S, upholsterer and trimmer R & G shops, r n 
e cor Wilmington and South 

Wimbish Isliam (e), blacksmith, r n s Cabarrus 1 e Wil- 
mington 

Winder John C, genl supt R & G and R&ARR, rne 
cor Person and Polk 

Windiss Thomas, tailor T R Loader, rooms e s Wilmington 
4 s Morgan 

Winters Oscar (c), rne cor East and Martin 

Winters Oscar jr (c), lab Uzzell & Wiley, r s s Martin 3 e 
East 

Witherspoon Jackson W (c), porter L Adams, r w s Dawson 

1 s South 

Witherspoon Caroline, wid of Simpson, r w s Bloodworth 

2 n Martin 

Witherspoon Thomas (c), cook, r s s Newbern av 2 e East 

Witherspoon Wm H, city drayman, r w s Bloodworth 2 n 
Martin 

Wolfe J E, carpenter, bds Cooke's Hotel 

Wolfe Wm O (Cayton & Wolfe) 

Womble Eugene J, boiler maker R & G shops, res Blood- 
worth 2 s Morgan 

Womble B Frank, elk J Womble & Son, r s e cor Hargett 
and Swain 

Womble Jordan (J Womble & Son), r s e cor Hargett and 
Swain 

Womble J & Son (Jordan and Oliver G), groceries, leather 
and shoe findings n s Hargett 4 e Fayetteville 

Womble Jordan Jr, bkpr State National Bank, res Blood- 
worth 2 s Morgan 

Womble Louis D (L D & W R Womble), r s s Hargett 1 
w Swain 

Womble L D & W R (Lewis D and Walter R), groceries, 
leather and genl merchandise n e cor Wilmington and 
Hargett 

Womble Oliver G (J Womble & Son) r s e cor Hargett 
and Swain 

Womble Rufus H, grocer n s North nr R & G depot, r n w 
cor Edenton and Bloodworth 



154 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

Womble Walter R (L D & W R Womble), r s e cor Har- 

gett and Swain 
Womble Wm, marble cutter Whitelaw & Campbell 
Womble Wm T, bkpr T H Briggs & Sons, r e end Hargett 
Wood Arthur (c), driver T H Briggs, res West 2 s Martin 
Wood John, elk F B Hill, r T G Lee 
Wood Joseph (c), lab, r s w limits 
Woods George (c), wks Caton & Wolfe, r s w limits 
Woods George M, printer Raleigh News, res Bloodworth 

4 s Martin 
~^oods Robert (c), lab, res Dawson 1 s Cabarrus 
Woodall Absolem L, carpenter T H Briggs & Son, res 

Blount 2 s Davie 
Woodall Robt, candy mkr A D Royster & Bro 
Woodall William, wks Mitchell's steam boiler works, res 

Blount 2 s Davie 
Woodell Burwell H, groceries and genl merchandise s s 

Martin 2 e Fayetteville. res Bloodworth 1 s Morgan 
Woodell Hattie, folder J Airmstrong, r w s Wilmington 2 e 

Davie 
Woodell John, book-binder, r w s Wilmington 2 s Davie 
Woodell Wesley W, watch repairer, r w s Wilmington 2 s 

Davie 
Woodson Frank S, brickmason, res Person 2 s Hargett 
Woodson Miss Nannie, saleslady M A Hardie, res Person 

2 s Hargett 
Woodard Bros (C Wesley and James L), groceries and pro- 
visions s w cor Hargett and Wilmington 
Woodard C Wesley (Woodard Bros), res Wilmington 3 s 

Morgan 
Woodward Mary, wid of Wm, res Wilmington 3 s Morgan 
Woodward James L (Woodward Bros), res Wilmington 3 

s Morgan 
Woodward Wm T, cik W Woollcott, r w s Bloodworth 2 s 

Hargett 
"Woodward Moses W, proprietor National Hotel saloon, 

bds National Hotel 
Woollcott Wm, dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc, w s 

Wilmington 4 s Hargett, res Wilmington 2 s Morgan 
Worth John M, State treasurer of North Carolina, bds 

Yarbrough House 



RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 155 

Worth Thomas C, teller State treasurer's office, r s e cor 
Person and Polk 

Worth Vauder (c), porter Alfred Williams & Co, bds n s 
Lenoir 1 e Person 

Wortham Merrimon (c), brickmason, r under s s Cabarrus 1 
e railroad 

Wortham Samuel (c), brickmason, r under s s Cabarrus 1 e 
railroad 

Wray Tliomas D, millwright, r w s West opp Lenoir 

Wright Isaac (c), res East 2 s Davie 

Wright John (c), r n s Cabarrus 3 e Wilmington 

Wright John W (c), barber W G Otey, bds s s Cabarrus 1 e 
McDowell 

Wright Turner (c), lab, r n s Edenton 6 w Swain 

Wyatt Elias F (E F Wyatt & Son), r e s McDowell 2 n Jones 

Wyatt E F & Son (Elias F and Washington F), harness and 
saddles n s Martin 1 e Wilmington 

Wyatt John M, harness maker E F Wyatt & Son, res Mc- 
Dowell 2 n Jones 

Wyatt John P, elk M T Norris & Co, r e s McDowell 2 n 
Jones 

Wyatt Lee R, grocer and commission merchant e s Wil- 
mington opp market, r s s Jones 2 w McDowell 

Wyatt Magruder B, elk L R Wyatt, res McDowell 2 n 
Jones 

Wyatt Washington F, (E F Wyatt & Son), r e s McDowell 

1 s Lane 

Wyatt Wm H, body maker N S Harp 

Wynne Geo W (G W Wynne & Co), r n s Jones 1 e East 

Wynne Geo W & Co (Geo W Wynne) livery, sale and 

exchange stable s s Morgan 4 e Wilmington 
Wynne James S, cotton weigher, r s s Jones 1 e Harrington 
Wynne John D, elk J Arnold, r s s Johnson 1 w Salisbury 
Wynne Wm W, mail agt R & G railroad, res Harrington 

2 n Edenton 

Wynne Wright (c), cook Cooke's Hotel, r same 
Wytche Geo (c), r s s Edenton 1 e McDowell 
Wytche Lewis (c), school teacher, res East 2 n Newborn av 
Wytche Robt (c), boarding houses s Edenton 1 e McDowell, 
r same 



156 RALEIGH CITY DIRECTORY. 

YANCY GEORGE (c), sexton Church of the Good Shep- 
herd, r w s Harrington 1 s Hillsboro 

Yancey Martha (c), res McDowell 1 n Cabarrus 

Yancey Samuel (c), r w s McDowell 1 s Lenoir 

Yancey Thomas B, manager N S Harp, r w s Blount 3 n 
Hargett 

Yarbrough Cooper (c), r rear n s Martin 6 w Swain 

Yarbrough Daniel (c), wks Robert Orr, r s e cor Peace and 
Halifax 

Yarbrough Frank (c) [Gardner & Yarbrough], bds Wil- 
mington nr market 

Yarbrough House, G W Blacknall, propr, e s Fayetteville 
opp Court House 

Yarbrough Jack (c), blacksmith N S Harp, res Blount 2 n 
Lenoir 

Yarbrough Tobe (c), wks R&G RR, rnrR&G depot 

Yarbrough Wm, r w s West 1 s Jones 

Yearby Beady, dressmaker n w cor Salisbury and Jones, r 
same 

Yearby Henry, meat market market house, r n s Johnson 
2 e railroad 

Yearby James, butcher, res railroad 4 n Johnson 

Yearby Wm, meat market market house, r n s Johuson 2 e 
railroad 

Yeargan Fred (c), carpenter, r s s Cabarrus 1 e Blount 

Yeargan Henry (c), carpenter, r s s Davie 2 e Wilmington 

Yeargan Leonidas H (Yeargan, Petty & (h), bds s s Mar- 
tm 1 w McDowell 

Yeargan, Petty & Co (Leonidas H Yeargan and Robt E 
Petty), wholesale and retail dealers in foreign and 
domestic dry goods, notions, carpets, oil cloths, boots, 
shoes, hats, caps, trunks, etc, 30 Fayetteville 

Yeargin Anna E, wid of Joseph, res Wilmington 1 s New- 
bern av 

Yeargin Miss Mollie H (S G and M H Yeargin), res Wil- 
mington 1 s Newbern av 

Yeargin Miss Sallie G (S G and M H Yeargin), res Wil- 
mington 1 s Newbern av 

Yeargin Misses S G & M H (Sallie G and Mollie H), dress- 
makers e s Wilmington 1 s Newbern av 

Yeargin Wm N, r e s Wilmington 1 s Newbern av 



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Yellowdy Albert (c), cook J Higgs, res Dawson 2 n Lenoir 
Yellowdy Samuel (c), brakeman R & G railroad, r s s John- 
son 1 w railroad 
Young Aaron (c), servant T H Briggs, r s s Morgan 2 e 

Dawson 
Young Abram (c), meat market, r u w cor Hillsboro and 

Salisbury 
Young Charles (c), drayman Wm Yearby, r n s Johnson 1 

w railroad 
Young Chas W (W B Mann & Co), bds Oak City Hotel 
Young Daniel H, chief elk postoflSce, r s s Davie 1 w Mc- 
Dowell 
Young George (c), lab, r rear w s West opp Lane 
Young Geo P (Young & Bailey), res Wilmington 7 s Mor- 
gan 
Young Isaac J, revenue collector for the 4th district, office 

U S Court and P O bldg, bds Yarbrough House 
Young James H (c), elk revenue office, bds e s Lenoir 1 w 

Person 
Young John B, cash boy W H & R S Tucker, r Mrs L G 

Young 
Young Lewis (c), servant Yarbrough House, r same 
Young Robert (c), r s w cor McDowell and South 
Young Solomon (c), lab, res Dawson 1 n Cannon 
Young Thomas \c), grocer, e s West 1 s Lane, r same 
Young Wm (c), servant T E Skinner, r s s Hillsboro 1 w 

Boylan av 
Young Mrs Wm J, teacher of music D D and B Institute, 

r n s Hillsboro 1 e Dawson 
Young Wm J, teacher D D and B Institute, r n s Hillsboro 

1 e Dawson 
Young West (c), rnr s end Wilmington 
Young & Bailey (George P Young and Frank L Bailey), 
groceries e s Wilmington 7 s Morgan 



WALTON M. BUSBEB, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 
RALBIGH, Nu G. 

Practices in all the Courts. Divorces Legally Obtained. 

PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS. 
R. T. GRAY. E. R. STAMPS. 

GRAY &: STAMPS, 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 

No. 4 MAHLER BUILDING, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
J8©" Kefer to the Banks and business men of Kaleigh. 

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GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT 

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Southeast corner Wihnuigton and Hargett, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

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Business Directory. 



A Complete Index to the Entire Businiss of Raleigh, 
Alphabetically Arranged. 



Almanacs. 

Farmers' N C Almanac, L Branson, pub'r, 15 Fayetteville 
Turner's N C Almanac, J H Enniss, publisher, ws Salisbury 
1 s Jones 

Athletic Hall. 

Lincke Paul, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 

Attorneys-at-Law. 

Amis M N, old Sentinel building south of Court House 

Argo T M, e s Fayetteville 2 n Yarbrough House 

Badger R C, room 6 Bagley building s e cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 
Batch el or J B & W P, e s Fayetteville 2 n Yarbrough 

House 
Battle & Mordecai, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Bledsoe & Bledsoe, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 
Busbee W M, 3 Mahler building opp market house 
Clark Walter, room 5 Bagley building s e cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 
Coke Oct, n e cor Fayetteville and Exchange Place 
Cox Wm R, room 1 Bagley building s e cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 



160 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Fleming J H, old Sentinel building south of Court Hou3 
Gilliam & Gatling, s e cor Fayetteville and Davie 
Gray & Stamps, 4 Mahler building opp.'market|house ':] 
Harris J C L, old Sentinel building s Court House 
Haywood A W, room 2 Bagley building s e cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 
Haywood E G, s e cor Fayetteville and Lenoir 
Hinsdale & Devereux, over Citizens' National Bank, n e 

cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Jones Armistead, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 
Lewis A M, w s Fayetteville 1 s court house 
Lewis B B Jr, old Sentinel building south of Court House 
Lewis R G, law bldg n e cor Fayetteville and Davie 
Mason & Devereux, room 4 Bagley bldg s e cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 
Merrimou & Fuller, e s Fayetteville 2 n Cabarrus 
Montague B F, s e cor Fayetteville and market square 
Pace W H, room 3 Bagley bldg s e cor Fayetteville and 

Martin 
Reade, Busbee & Busbee, 2 and 3 Mahler bldg opp market 

house 
Ryan S G, n e cor Exchange Place and Fayetteville 
Smedes G M, e s Fayetteville 2 n Yarbrough House 
Snow Geo H, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 
Strong Geo V, e s Fayetteville 2 n Yarbrough House 

Auction and Commission. 

Magnin A, e s Wilmington 1 s Hargett 
Orr R, 53 Wilmington 

Bakeries and Confectioneries. 

(See also Confectioneries.) 

Bragassa J A, 16 Fayetteville 

Farris & Bro, opp market house 

Friel C J, s w cor Blount and Davie 

Simpson Robert, rear w s Dawson 1 n Cabarrus 

Sorrell Mrs Laura W, n s Cabarrus 1 e Dawson 

Wallace Wm P, s w cor Blount and Davie 



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Banks and Bankers. 

(For full inforraation see Appendix.) 

Citizens' National Bank, W E Anderson 'pres, P A Wiley- 
cashier, n e cor Fayetteville and Martin 

Raleigh National Bank, C Dewey pres, E G Reade vice pres, 
John C Blake cashier, s w cor Fayetteville and Hargett 

State National Bank of Raleigh, Mrs M C Williams pres, 
Samuel C White cashier, 21 Fayetteville 

Barbers. 

Bro\yn & Sumner, under Raleigh National Bank 

Davis & Dunston, south basement Raleigh National Bank 

Duuston C, \v s Wilmington 6 s Hargett 

Hughes H I, n s Martin 4 w Blount 

Jeffreys A, National Hotel 

Otey W G, e s Fayetteville 2 s Martin 

Reid Burgess, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 

Baths. 

Otey W G, e s Fayetteville 2 s :Martin 

Billiards. 

Fraps A W, Fayetteville opp market 
Joseph T, s w cor Hargett and Salisbury 
Lee T F, n e cor Martin and Salisbury 
Union Hall, M Roan manager, e s Wilmington 1 s Har- 
gett 
Walker P C, Yarbrough House 

Blacksmith and Horseshoers. 

Cornebei Charles, n w cor Davie and Salisbury 
Ford Austin, e s Wilmington 4 n Haywood 
Foy Isaac, n s Lenoir 2 e Person 
Green Austin, s e cor Morgan and McDowell 
Haywood A, e s Wilmington 3 n Hargett 



162 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hill J, e s Wilmington 3 n Hargett 
Jordan J C, w s Person 1 s Morgan 
Ligon L, s w cor Hargett and Blount 
McMillan W G, s e cor Morgan and Blount 
Rayner I, s w cor Hillsboro and Harrington 
Rogers J R, w s McDowell 1 s Morgan 
Thompson J D, w s Bloodworth 3 n Martin 
Williams Albert, s e cor Morgan and McDowell 

Boarding Houses. 

Andrews Mrs H, n w cor Hillsboro and Dawson 

Evans Mrs L, n e cor Edenton and McDowell 

Fentress' Boarding House, 15 Fayetteville 

Lowe Mrs W M, 7 Fayetteville 

Montgomery Mrs S H, s s Martin 1 w McDowell 

Stevens Mrs H, s w cor Newbern av and Bloodworth 

Tompkins Mrs A E, s w cor Fayetteville and Cabarrus 

Book Binders. 

Armstrong J, Bagley bldg s e cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Edwards, Broughton & Co, 53 Fayetteville 3d floor 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Armstrong J, 20 Fayetteville 
Branson L, 15 Fayetteville 
Williams Alfred & Co, 19 Fayetteville 

Boots, Shoes and Hats. 

Heartt C D, 13 Fayetteville 
Heller Bros, 31 Fayetteville 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Abrams Chas, e s Wilmington 7 s Morgan 
Blum P, n s Davie 2 w Swain 
Bryant E, e s Wilmington 4 s Hargett 
Clemons A, s s Morgan 2 w Salisbury 
Council A B, cor Fayetteville and Manly av 



RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 163 

Davis H, w s Salisbury 2 n Martin 
Dobbin R, under Citizens' National Bank 
Dunston M N, n e cor Cabarrus and McDowell 
Durham W H, w s Harrington 1 s Martin 
Francis Peter, cor Fayetteville and Manly av 
Gardner & Yarbrough, n s Hargett 2 e Wilmington 
Haywood W C, s s Hillsboro 1 w Harrington 
Horton & Hunter, s s Hargett 2 e Wilmington 
Howard G W, n s Martin 2 w Blount 
Jones J M, n s Newbern av 4 w Swain 
McKoy Wm & Neil, s w cor Cabarrus and Blount 
Smith Lewis, w s Salisbury 2 n Davie 
Thompson M, w s Wilmington 3 s Morgan 
Williams S, n s Davie 1 e Bloodworth 
Willis & Pierce, under State National Bank 

Bottling Works. 

Bill M, e s Lane 1 e West 

Fraps A W, w s Fayetteville opp market house 

Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers. 

Bowen Thomas A, s s Hargett 6 e Wilmington 
Eatman W R, s w cor McDowell and Morgan 
Evans & Martin, n w cor Blount and Morgan 
Harp N S, s s Morgan 1 w Blount 
Hollida & Hodesty, e s Blount 1 n Davie 
Jenkins T G, n w cor Hargett and Blount 
Lewis Julius & Co, n s Hargett 3 w Swain 
Upchurch Alfred, n s Hargett 4 e Wilmington 

China, Glass aud dueensware. 

Law F G, agt, 9 Fayetteville 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Gruendler F, Fayetteville 1 n Yarbrough House 

Leopold Mrs R, 59 Fayetteville 

O'Neil & Plumadore, n s Martin 3 w Fayetteville 



164 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

City Bill Posters. 

Bryan & Mullen, 17 Fayetteville 

Clothiers. 

Andrews R B & Co, 27 Fayetteville 

Edwards J Q, n s Hargett 3 e Fayetteville 

Levy F, 40 Fayetteville 

Rosenbaum J M, n e cor Fayetteville and Hargett 

Rosenthal L & Co, 50 and 54 Fayetteville 

Sloan Geo & Co, e s Fayetteville 3 s Hargett 

Waitt D S & Bro, 52 Fayetteville 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Harris R J, bet R & G and N C railroad n N C depot 
Jones, Green & Powell, 47 Fayetteville 
Whitaker J D, w end Hargett 

Confectioneries, Fruits, &c. 

Fentress T R & Son, 15 Fayetteville 
Goldman George, 13 Hargett 
Gruendler F, 1 n Yarbrough House 
Leopold R, 59 Fayetteville 
Moseley M J & Co, 28 Fayetteville 
Royster A D & Bro, 46 Fayetteville 

Contractors and Builders. 

Allen J S & Co, s w cor Harrington and North 

Curtis O F, w end Hargett 

Ellington, Royster & Co, n s North 4 w Dawson 

Kingsley & Ashley, n end Halifax 

Payne Bros, n end Person 

Roles R, w s West 3 s Morgan 

Cotton Commission Merchants. 

Adams L, Exchange Place 5 w Wilmington 
Adams Len H, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 



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Christophers & Sorrell, 4 Wilmington opp market 

Cooke & Wainwright, s s Martin 1 e Wilmington 

Dodd W H, n e cor Wilmington and Martin 

Faison P F, e s Wilmington 5 s Martin 

Joyner J D, n e cor Wilmington and Martin 

Kelly, Purotby & Brewer, s s Martin 4 e Fayetteville 

Latta & Myatt, Martin and Market Exchange 2 w Wilming. 

ton 
Leach M T & Co, o s W^ilmington 3 n Martin 
Lee Ed H, n e cor Wilmington and Martin 
McMackin W C, s s Martin 3 e Fayetteville 
Moore & Thompson, e s Wilmington 4 s Martin 
Norris M T & Co, 3 Exchange Place 5 Martin 
Partin B K, e s Wilmington opp market 
Pool & Moring, 2 Wilmington 
Rand & Barbee Bros, 3 e s Wilmington 2 s Martin 
Stronach W C & A B, 4 Martin and 6 market square 
Stronach & Belo, e s Wilmington 6 s Martin 
Thomas J J, € s Wilmington 3 s Martin 
Williamson & Upchurch, 53 Fayetteville 

Cotton Factors and Buyers, 

Baker J I, s s Martin 3 e Wilmington 
Dorrance J M, s s Martin;3 e Wilmington 
Johnson C E, s s Martin 3 e Fayetteville 
Lee Ed H, n e cor Wilmington and Martin 
Parker & Avera, s e cor Wilmington and Martin 

Cotton Factory. 

Falls of Neuse Manfr Co, G Rosenthal secty and treas, fac- 
tory on Haw river Alamance county, office 47 Fayette- 
ville 

Cotton Gins. 

Hunnicutt A, s s Holleman road 4 e Bloodworth 



166 KALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Bentists. 

Crawford & Everitt, Tucker Hall 23i Fayetteville 
Turner V E, over 9 Fayetteville 

Dressmakers. 

Beasley Mrs R A, w s Blount 1 s Martin 

Burt Mrs J G, n e cor Morgan and Bloodworth 

Eatman Mrs Anna 0, n s Hillsboro 2 w McDowell 

Firth Mrs Carrie, w s Salisbury 1 n Hargett 

Lamson Sarah, e s Wilmington 7 s Morgan 

Newsom Bettie, n s Cabarrus 2 e Dawson 

Mrs M C Meadows, e s Person 3 n Martin 

Rogers Mrs J W, e s Blount 2 n Hargett 

Ray Mrs John R, s s Davie 1 w Blount 

Scarlett Mrs Thomas, n w cor Bloodworth and Hargett 

Watts Mrs J T, w s Blount 1 n Martin 

Yeargin S G & M H, e s Wilmington 1 s Newbern av 

Druggists. 

Heartt F H, Fayetteville opp market square 

Pescud, Lee & Co, 14 Fayetteville also s e cor Fayetteville 

and Martin 
Simpson Wm, 33 Fayetteville 
Williams & Haywood, s e cor Fayetteville and Hargett 

Dry Goods. 

Cheatham J A, s w cor market square 

Creech A, n w cor Fayetteville and Hargett 

Edwards J Q, n s Hargett 3 e Fayetteville 

Freeman S J, manager. Exchange Place and Martin 4 w 

Wilmington 
Gulley J P, s e cor Fayetteville and Exchange Place 
Levy F, 40 Fayetteville 

Mann W B & Co, n s Hargett 2 e Fayetteville 
Parham H E, s e cor Blount and Martin 
Rosenthal L& Co, 50 and 54 Fayetteville, also n s Exchange 

Place 1 e Fayetteville 
Sledge T D, s e cor Hargett and East 



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Sloan Geo & Co, e s Fayetteville 3 s Hargett 
Tucker W H & R S, 23 and 25 Fayetteville 
Waitt 1) S & Bro, 52 Fayetteville 
Woollcott W, \v s \Vi4raington 4 s Ilargett 
Yeargan, Petty & Co, 30 Fayetteville 

Dying, Scouring and Cleaning. 

Browder D H, s s Morgan 3 w Salisbury 
Kreth A, n e cor Fayetteville and Hargett 

Engines, Machinery, Etc. 

(See also Foundry and Machine Shops). 

Allcott W, n w cor Wilmington and Davie 

Express Company. 

Southern Express, A P Bryan, agt, w s Fayetteville 2 a; 
Morgan 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Allen & Cram, n e cor Davie and McDowell • 
Cooper, Newsom & Heartt, n w cor Hargett and West 

Furniture and Upholsterers. 

Morris J T, s e cor Davie and Fayetteville 

Morris W H, 3 Fayetteville, also e s Fayetteville 3 s Martin 

Grain and Feed. 

Jones, Green & Powell, 47 Fayetteville 
Osborn Job, w s West nr N C depot 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Adams L, Exchange Place 5 w Wilmington 
Adams Len H, s w cor Wilmington and Martin 
Alston R H, s s Hargett 3 e Wilmington 
Bates Fleming, e s Fayetteville 2 s Market square 
9 



168 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Betts & King, 9 and 11 Hargett 

Bingham B L, s s Martin 5 e Fayetteville 

Brewer Dennis, s s Cabarrus 2 e Blount 

Cheatham J A, s w cor Market square- 

Creech S E, s s Morgan 3 w Salisbury 

Christophers & Sorrell, 4 Wilmington opp market 

Cooke & Wainwright, s s Martin 1 e Wilmington 

Dowell H J, n end Person 

Edwards M D, e s Wihnington opo market 

Ellis D J, n s Hillsboro 1 w West ' 

Eversfield H A, s w cor Davie and Haywood 

Freeman S J, manager, Exchange Place and Martin 4 w 

Wilmington 
Goldman Geo, 13 Hargett 
Goodwin C E J, n w cor Dawson and Cabarrus 
Goodwin W H J, e s Wilmington 3 s Hargett 
Grausman M, 29 Fayetteville 
Hardin E J, 49 Fayetteville 
Hare Warren H, s s Cabarrus 4 w Dawson 
Harris Wm N, s s Davie e limits 
Hill F B, se cor Hargett and Wilmington 
Hogan J B, n w cor Blount and Martin 
Horton D B, w s Salisbury 5 n North 
Hunter J, s e cor Cannon and Manly av 
Johnson E A, n s Martin 2 e Person 
Johnson & Barber, e s Wilmington 6 s Hargett 
Johnson & Wiggs, w s Wilmington 2 n market 
Jolley B R, s s Hillsboro 2 w West 
Lancaster W H, s w cor Jones and Dawson 
Leach M T & Co, e s Wilmington 3 n Martin 
Mann W B & Co, n s Hargett 2 e Fayetteville 
Marcom & Alford, n w cor Wilmington and Hargett 
Monie & Towles, w s Wilmington 3 n market 
Parham H E, s e cor Blount and Martin 
Parham R E, s s Martin 1 e Blount 
Partin B K, e s Wilmington opp market 
Peck L W, n e cor Wilmington and Morgan 
Pritchardife Brooks, s w cor Hillsboro and Salisbury 
Reaves H, n s Martin 2 w Bloodworth 
Redford & Arendell, s s Hargett 1 e Fayetteville 
Robinson B J, n s Cabarrus 1 e railroad 



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Sledge Thomas D, s e cor Hargettand East 

Smith R C, 45 Wilmington 

Stronach W C ct A B, 1 Fayetteville 

Tonnofiski G L, cor Fayetteville and N C R R 

Upchurch J W, n s Exchange Place 3 w Wilmington 

Upchurch W C, n s Hargett 2 w Wilmington 

Uzzle R S, s e cor Hillsboro and Harrington 

Vass John M, s w cor Dawson and South 

Watkins S J, n s Cabarrus 3 e railroad 

Weathers C H, w s Blount 2 n Davie 

Whitaker E A, n s Cabarrus 5 e railroad 

Williams A C, n s Cabarrus 1 e Blount 

Womble L\) & W R, n e cor Wilmington and Hargett 

Womble R H, n s North nr R & G Depot 

Womble J & Son, n s Hargett 4 e Fayetteville 

Woodell B H, s s Martin 2 e Fayetteville 

Woodward Bros, s w cor Hargett and Wilmington 

Woollcott W, w s Wilmington 3 s Hargett 

Young & Bailey, e s Wilmington 7 s Morgan 

Groceries— Wholesale. 

Christophers & Sorrell, e s Wilmington opp market square 
Dodd W H, n e cor Wilmingtori and Martin 
Latta & Myatt, Martin and Market Exchange 2 w Wilming- 
ton 
Leach M T <fe Co, e s Wilmington 3 n Martin 
Norris M T & Co, 3 Exchange Place and 5 Martin 
Partin B K, e s Wilmington opp market 
Pool & Moring, 2 Wilmington 
Rand & Barbee Bros, e s Wilmington 2 s Martin 
Stronach W C & A B, 4 Martin and 6 market square 
"Williamson & Upchurch, 53 Fayetteville 
Wyatt L R, e s Wilmington opp market 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

Bell H, c s Wilmington 5 n Hargett 
King & Brockwell, w s Salisbury 1 n Martin 
Lumsden J C S, Fayettville opp market house 
Smith II C, w s Wilmington 2 s Morgan 



170 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hardware and Cutlery. 

Brewster J C, 51 Fayette ville 

Briggs T H & Sons, 55 Fayetteville 

Lewis J & Co, n e cor Fayetteville and Exchange Place 

Harness and Saddles. 

Hinton L B, w s Wilmington 3 n Hargett 
Hatchings W B, s s Martin 1 e Fayetteville 
WyattE F & Son, n s Martin 1 e Wilmiagton 

Hides, Leather, Etc. 

Hayes J P, s s Hargett 7 e Wilmington 
Love T L, w s Wilmington 6 s Hargett 

Hotels. 

Central Hotel, Mrs E C Beckwith propr, n e cor Hargett 

and Wilmington 
Cooke's Hotel, Samuel P Horton propr, s e cor Wilmington 

and Davie 
Cottage Hotel, L P Howard propr, n e cor Dawson and 

Davie 
Howell House, e s Blount 3 n Hargett 
National Hotel, Street & Sou proprs, n w cor Edenton and 

Halifax 
Oak City Hotel, Miles Goodwin & Son proprs, s w cor Mc- 
Dowell and Hillsboro 
Tucker House, Simon G Haves propr, n e cor Fayetteville 

and Cabarrus 
Yarbrough House, G W Blacknall propr, e s Fayetteville 

opp court house 

Insurance Agents. 

Cameron, Hay & Co,. over Ciiizous' National Bank 
Crow W H, genl agt iEtna Life, over 49 Fayetteville 
Lawrence & Smith, w s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 
Pescud P F & Son, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 



RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 171 

Wait S D, e s Fayetteville 3 s Davie 

Wetherell Wm P, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin up stairs 

Insurance Companies — Fire. 

Columbus Insurance and Banking Company of Columbus, 
Miss, Cameron, Hay & Co genl agts, over Citizens' Na- 
tional Bank 

Commercial Union of London, P F Pescud <fe Son agts, n w 
cor Fayetteville and Martin 

Fire Association of Phila, P F Pescud & Son agts, n w cor 
Fayetteville and Martin 

Franklin Ins Co of Phila, Cameron, Hay & Co agts, over 
Citizens' National Bank 

Georgia Home Ins Co of Columbus, Ga, P F Pescud & Son 
agts, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 

Hartford of Hartford, Conn, Lawrence & Smith agts, w s 
Fayetteville 3 n Martin 

Home of New York, P F Pescud & Son agts, n w cor Fay- 
etteville and Martin 

Insurance Co of North America of Phila, P F Pescud & 
Son agts, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 

Lancashire of Manchester, Lawrence & Smith genl agts, w 
s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 

Liverpool & London & Globe of Liverpool and London, 
Cameron, Hay & Co genl agts, over Citizens' National 
Bank 

Lynchburg Fire Ins Co of Lynchburg, Va, Lawrence A 
Smith genl agts, w s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 

Merchants & Mechanics of Richmond, Va, W H Crow agt, 
over 49 Fayetteville 

Niagara Insurance Co of New York City, Cameron, Hay & 
Co agts, over Citizens National Bank 

North British and Mercantile of London and Edinburgh., 
Lawrence & Smith agts, w s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 

Pamlico Banking and Ins Co of Tarboro, N C, P F Pesc ud 
& Son agts, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 

Pamlico Ins Co of Tarboro, N C, Came'ron, Hay & Co agts, 
over Citizens' National Bank 

Petersburg Savings and Ins Co of Petersburg, Va, P F Pea- 
cud & Son agts, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 



172 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Phoenix of Hartforr], W H Crow agt, over 49 Fayetteville 
Queen Fire Ins Co of Liverpool and London, W H Crow 

agt, over 49 Fayetteville 
Royal Insurance Co of Liverpool, Cameron, Hay & Co agts, 

over Citizens' National Bank 
Scottish Commercial, of Glasgow, Lawrence & Smith, genl 

agts, w s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 
The North Carolina Home Ins Co, home office w s Fayette- 
ville 1 s Hargett 
Westchester of New York, Lawrence & Smith agts, w s 

Fayetteville 3 n Martin 
Western Assurance Co, of Toronto, Can, Lawrence & Smith, 

genl agents, w s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 
Watertown, of Watertown, N Y, Lawrence & Smith, genl 

agts, w s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 
Virginia Fire and Marine, of Richmond, Va, Cameron, 

Hay & Co, genl agts, over Citizens' National Bank 
Virginia Home, of Richmond, Va, Cameron, Hay & Co, 

agts, over Citizens' National Bank 

Insurance Companies — Life. 

iEtna Life, of Hartford, W H Crow] genl agt, over 49 Fay- 
etteville 

Brooklyn Life, of New York, A W Lawrence genl agt, w s 
Fayetteville 3 n Martin 

Connecticut Mutual Life, S D Wait genl agt, e s Fayetteville 
3 s Davie 

Equitable, of New York, P F Pescud & Son agts, n w cor 
Fayetteville and Martin 

John Hancock Mutual Life, of Boston, Mass, T T Hay 
State agent, over Citizens' National Bank 

Mutual Life, of New York, P F Pescud, Jr, agt, n w cor 
Fayetteville and Martin 

North Carolina State Life, F H Cameron, pres, W E Ander- 
son, vice pres, W H Hicks, sec, n e cor Fayetteville and 
Martin 

Travelers, of Hartford, W P Wetherell agt, n w cor Fay- 
etteville and Martin 



RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 173 



Livery, Feed and Sale Stables 

Berr}' H D & Co, s s Martin 4 e Wilmington 
Harris J M, s s Martin 3 o Bluunt 
Lane, Noble & Co, e s Salisbury 1 n Edenton 
O'Kelly & Baker, w s Salisbury 1 s Hargett 
Parham H E, s e cor Blount and Martin 
Peace R G, n e cor Cabarrus and Salisbury 
Wynne G W & Co, s s Morgan 4 e Wilmington 

Marble Works. 

Cayton & Wolfe, ss Morgan 1 e Blount 
Wliitelaw & Cauipbell, w s Feyetteville 1 u Davie 

Meat Market. 

Bryant T N, market house 
Chavis C, market house 
Chavis T, market house 
Cole A, market house 
Crawford D H, market house 
Crawford Wm R, market house 
Donaldson T, market house 
Jones, Atwater & Co, market house 
Kirkham B, market house 
Perry C, market house 
Smith R AV, market house 
Yearby H, market house 
Yearby W, market house 
Young A, market house 

Merchant Tailors. 

Kreth J, n s Martin 2 w Fayetteville 
Loader T R, n s Hargett 1 e Fayetteville 
Weikel C & Co, 26 Fayetteville 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Beasley Mrs R A, w s Blount 1 s Martin 
Hardie Mrs M A, 24 Fayetteville 



174 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Lane Mrs W T, 7 Fayetteville 

(Ettinger Isaac, 48 Fayetteville 

Prendergast M A, s w cor Wilmington and Morgan 

Watts Mrs J T, w s Blount 1 n Martin 

Newspapers. 

Biblical Recorder, Rev C T Bailey editor, H Hatcher asso- 
ciate editor, 53 Fayetteville 3rd floor 

Farmer and Mechanic (weekly), Shotwell & Dowd editors 
and proprs, front room 2d floor Mahler's bldg opp mar- 
ket square 

Friend and Templar, R H Whitaker editor and propr, s e 
cor Market and Fayetteville 3rd floor over J P Gulley's 

Hale's Weekly, P M Hale editor and propr, 53 Fayetteville 
2d floor 

Journal of Industry, (weekly), Hunter and C N Hunter 
editors, s w cor Salisbury and Morgan 

North Carolina Farmer, (monthly), J H Enniss pub, w s Salis- 
bury 1 s Jones 

North Carolina Republican, Haywood & Turner editors and 
proprs, e s Fayetteville 3 n Martin 

Raleigh Christian Advocate, Black &, Reid editors, pubs and 
proprs, 15 Fayetteville 

Raleigh Daily and Weekly Observer, S A Ashe editor and 
propr, n s Martin 1 e Fayetteville 

The Evening Visitor, (daily and weekly), Sentinel bldg s 
court house 

The Raleigh News, Geo C Jordan editor and propr, 6 Martin 

The African Expositor, (monthly). Rev H M Tupper, F N 
Roberts and E H Lipscomb editors, Shaw University 

Oysters, Fish and Game. 

Blake & Macon, market house 
Long I, market house 
Long J A, market house 
Jolly N, s s Martin 2 e Blount 

Painters. 

(House. Sign and Ornamental.) 

Bullock & Thompson, office rear Williams & Haywood's 
drus: store 



T K[ E 1 

Ralei^'h Christian Advocate, 

- Xo. 15 Faye.tteville Street, i 

RALEIGH, N. C. \ 

BLACK & REID, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. 

The Adrocate has the largest clrciilation of any paper publishetl in 
North Carolina ; its paper and postage bills will show this. Hence it is 

The Best Adveriising Medium in the State. 

It is tlie ofticial organ of the Xorth Carolina Conference of the M. E. 
Ciiurch, South, and is the only medium of communication for about sixty- 
five thousand Methodists in the State. It has a large circulation in all 
the cities, towns and villages of the State, as well as" an extensive circu- 
lation in the rural districts. It numbers among its readers some of the 
most influential families in almost cAery community in North Carolina. , 
A large number of its readers take no other paper. ' j 

Address, 

BLACK & RKII>, Ralcij^li, ^. C. 



RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 175 

House S V, w s Wilmington 1 s Morgan 
Parish S M, n s Hargett 1 e Wilmington 

Paper Mills. 

Askew W F, office s s Martin 5 e Fayetteville 

Photographers, 

Hunt A Theo, over 19 Fayettevillo 
Murpliy H, 12 Fayetteville 
Steward G W, over 20 Fayetteville 

Physicians. 

Alston J W, Simpson's drug store 
Baker Wni, n w cor Cannon and West 
Dunn J B, 6 Mahler bldg opp market house 
Ellis R B, e s Morgan 4 e Blount 
Graham G W, over 14 Fayetteville 
Haywood F J Jr, s e cor Morgan and Salisbury 
Haywood R B, n w cor Blount and Edenton 
Haywood & Haywood, n e cor Newbern av and Blount 
Hiues P E, n s Edenton 1 w Salisbury 
Jones W W, over 20 Fay-etteville 
Knox A W, over 20 Fayetteville 

Lewis R H (eye, ear and throat), n s Martin 1 w Fayette- 
ville 
Ijittle Wm, n w cor Blount and Newbern av 
McGee J W, e s Dawson 1 n Hargett 
McKee J, n w cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Royster W I, s s Morgan 1 e Harrington 
Sexton J A, e s Fayetteville 3 s Davie 

Planing Mills. 

Allen J S & Co, s w cor North and Harrington 
Briggs Thomas H, w s West 1 s Hargett 
Ellington, Royster & Co, n s North 4 w Dawson 
Kingsley & Ashley, n end Halifax 
Roles R, w s West 3 s Morgan 



176 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 

Merrill S, e s Fayetteville 3 s Martin 

Stevenson T S, w s Fayetteville rear Jones, Green & Powell 

Printers. 

(Book and Job). 

Edwards, Broughton & Co, 53 Fayetteville 3d floor 
Terrell, Booker & Co, n e cor Fayetteville and Hargetfc 
Hampton J S, 6 Martin 

Uzzell & Wiley, Bagley bldg s e cor Fayetteville and Martin 
Whitaker R H, over s e cor Exchange Place and Fayette- 
ville 

Restaurants. 

Higgs House, Jacob Higgs, propr, n e cor Salisbury and 

Hargett 
Jolley Nathaniel, s s Martin 2 e Blount 
Joseph T, s w cor Hargett and Salisbury 
Lee T F, n e cor Salisbury and Martin 
Mabry W T, n s Hargett 5 e Fayetteville 
Macon T B, 59 Fayetteville 

Saloons and Liquor Dealers. 

Denton N V, n w cor Wilmington and Exchange Place 
Forrest J M, agt, n s Exchange Place 3 e Fayetteville 
Forsythe J B & Co, Exchange Place 2 w Wilmington 
Fraps A W, w s Fayetteville opp market house 
Gill Z W, n s Exchange Place 2 e Fayetteville 
Goodwin C E J, n w cor Dawson and Cabarrus 
Goodwin W H J, e s Wilmington 3 s Hargett 
Grausman M, 29 Fayetteville 
Jliggs House, Jacob Higgs propr, n e cor Salisbury and 

Hargett 
Hill F B, s e cor Wilmington and Hargett 
Hill T Y, s s Martin 5 w Blount 
.Tohnson & Barber, e s Wilmington 6 s Hargett 
Jones F, n e cor East and Davie 



RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 177 



Joseph T, s w cor Hargett and Salisbury 

Lawrence & Renfrew, n s Excliani^^e Place 4 e Fayetleville 

Lee T F, n e cor Salisbury and Martin 

Mabry W T, ii s Har^rett 5 e Fayetteville 

Myers H E, 57 Fayetteville 

Parham R E, s s Martin 1 e Blount 

Perry R S, e s Wilmini,^ton 2 s Hargelt 

Sorrell J M, e s Wilmington opp market 

Taylor J S,3U PXyetteville 

Taylor L D, e s Wilmington 5 s Hargett 

Tonnoffski G L, cor Fayetteville and N C R R 

Union Plall, A J Haywood manager, e s Wilmington 1 s 

Hargett 
Upchurch W D, Wilmington opp market 
Walker P C, Yarbrough House 
Whitehead L D H, w s Wilmington 5 s Hargett 
Womble R H, n s North nr R & G depot 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

Allen J S & Co, s w cor North and Harrington 

Briggs T H, w s West 1 s Hargett 

Ellington, Royster & Co, n s North 4 w Dawson 

Kingsley & Ashley, n end Halifax 

Roles R, w s West 3 s Morgan 

Sewing- Machines. 

Branson L (New American), 15 Fayetteville 

Howe Sewing Machine, J C Brewster, agt, 51 Fayetteville 

New Home. J L Stone, State agt, 18 Fayetteville 

Nichols A W (Victor), 15 Fayetteville 

Singer Mnfg Co, F Sievers, manager, 12 Fayetteville 

Wheeler & Wilson, 11 Fayetteville 

Shirt Factory. 

Levy's, F Levy propr, 40 Fayetteville 

Steam Boiler Works. 
Mitchell R N, w s West opp Martin 



178 RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Brewster J C, 51 Fayetteville 

Briggs T H & Sons, 55 Fayetteville 

Lewis Julius & Co, n e cor Exchange Place and Fayetteville 

Lumsden J C S, Fayetteville opp market house 

Tailors and Repairers. 

Backes Louis, n s Hargett 1 e Wilmington 
Dennis J C, s s Davie 2 w Blount 

Telegraph Company, 

Western Union Telegraph office and Telephone Exchange, 
B W Starke, manager, w s Fayetteville 1 n Martin 

Undertakers. 

Austin & Moore, e s Salisbury 2 s Morgan 
Brown H J, e s Dawson 1 s Morgan 
Hayncs E D, w s Fayetteville 1 n Davie 
Lockhart H, e s Blount 1 s Davie 
Lockhart & Fields, e s Salisbury 2 n Hargett 

Vegetables, etc. 

Barnhill A T, market house 
Hawkins G W, market house 
Hiler B, market house 
Hoover C W, market iiouse 
Iredell W, market house 
Manly E, market house 
Petty J, market house 
Rix V, market house 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

McMillan Wm G, s e cor Blount and Morgan 

Wall Paper and Window Shades. 

Clawson C C, 10 Fayetteville 



RALEIGH BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



179 



Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Cole J W, s s market square 1 e Fayetteville 

Duhamel V, op]) market bouse 

Fasnach Edward, w s Fayetteville 3 s Morgan 

Gardner J C, w s Wilmington 6 s Hargett 

Mahler H, Fayetteville opp market square 

Palmer J C, 5 Fayetteville 

Taylor J S, 11 Fayetteville 



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Open All Hours. 

Martin bet. Wilmington and Blount. 

ArcMtects and Builders, 

AND PROPRIETORS OP 

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Mills and Yard on R. & G. R. R., near Peace 
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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED 

AT HENDERSON. 

Devoted to the industrial development and commercial 
interests of North Carolina, 

RUFTJS AMIS, Editor and Propr. 



STEWART'S NEW YORK COPYING HOUSE. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

j|@^ The only copying Gallery in the State. Large or 
small pictures can be made from the smallest case or card. 
8x10 copy $1.50. Copy 8x10 India Ink $2.50. 8 Card 
Photographs $1.00 Pictures can be sent by mail with 
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APPENDIX. 



CITY GOVERNMENT OF RALEIGH. 

B C MANLY, Mayor 

Chief of Police— J W Lee 

Clerk— C W Lambeth 

Treasurer — Leo D Heartt 

Auditor— C C Crow 

Attorney — F H Busbee 

Streel Cominissioner — WN Andrews 

Tax Collector — A D Royster 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— J H McAllister, Dr James McKec and Alfred 

Upchurch 
Second Ward— J W Watson, Virgil Rix and C W Hoover 
Third Ward— R H Battle, J C Blake, M T Loach, J A 

Cheatham and G Rosenthal 
Fourth Ward — N Dunston. A Magnin and J H Jones 
Fifth Ward — J A Brings, P C Fleming and J H Green 
The Board of Aldermen meet at the Mayor's office the first 

Friday night in every month 

STANDING COMMITTEES, 

Finance — J C Blake, G Rosenthal, J A Briggs, N Dunston 
and C W Hoover 

Street— J H McAllister, R H Battle, J H Green, J W Wat- 
son and J H Jones 

Light — P C Fleming, J A Cheatham, A Upchurch and 
Virgil Rix 

FIRE COMMISSIONERS. 

Dr T D Hogg, W G Upchurch, Rev H M Tupper and J C 
S Lumsden 



182 APPENDIX. 



WAKE COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

C'lerk Superior Court and Probate Judge — C D Upchurch 

Deputy Clerk Superior Court — D Reid Upchurch 

Sheriff— J J Nowell 

Deputy Sheriffs— J R Nowell, J A Rogers, L W Hood 

Treasurer — J B Neath ery 

Coroner — W R Richardson 

Register of Deeds — W W White, who is ex officio clerk of 

County Commissioners 
Clerk in office Register of Deeds — S L Riddle 
County Commissioners — W R Poole, chairman, S 'J Allen, 

M H Brown, W Jinks, A G Jones 
The County Commissioners meet on the first Monday in 

each month 
The Superior Court will be held in 1880 as follows: Jan 5, 

Feb 9, June 29 and Aug 11, each for three weeks 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
barton's creek. 



Justices— M H Ellen, R D Honeycutt R M Jones 
Constable — J R Nipper 



buckhorn. 



Justices — LB Seagraves, W B Jones. G B Aiford, M B 
Royster 



CARY. 

Justices— J P H Adams, C H Clark, J R Page. P A Sorrel 1 
Constable — Kinion Jones 

cedar fork. 

Justices — Hiram Weatherspoon, R O'Bryant, T Sears, A 

M Adams 
Constable— A S Pollard 

house's creek. 

Justices — J D Hayes, B A Perry, W R Perry 
Constable — Daniel Jackson 



APPENDIX. 183 



LITTLE RIVER. 



Justices— P P Pace, E T Jones, M Whitley 
Constable — S C Chamblee 



MARK S CREEK. 



Justices — H A Rhodes, Joseph Blake, John W Smith 
Constable — H W Rhodes 



MIDDLE CREEK. 



Justices — D C Adams, J M Jones, J B Ballentine 
Constable— M G Utley 



NEUSE RIVER. 



Justices — John J Dunn, L M Green, R W Jeffreys 
Constable — S R Jeffreys 



NEW LIGHT. 



Justices — H C Ray, J Harrison, W J Ward 
Constable — A B Lassiter 

OAK GROVE. 

Justices— W H Gullie, J T Nichols, S J Allen 
Constable— S B Ferrell 

PANTHER BRANCH. 

Justices — C E McCullers, J Adams, S D Williams 

RALEIGH. 

Justices— Z T Broughton. C D Heartt, L G Bagley, C R 
Root, M B Barbee, J T Watts, W G Briggs, B C Manly, 
R W Best, A Magnin, R G Dunn, M Grausman, W I> 
Haywood, J C S Lumsden, J R Oneill, J D PuUen 

Constable— W V Clifton 

ST. MARY's. 

Justices— W N Snelling, W R Poole, T J Johns 
ST. Matthew's. 

Justices — N W Poole, J R Rogers, J H Temple 
Constable — B B buffalo 
10 



184 APPENDIX. 



SWIFT CREEK. 



Justices — T J Woodall, J B Strain, L D Stevenson 
Constable— W H Utley 



WAKE FOREST 



Justices — W C Brewer, E E Gill, D A Carver, J M Fleming, 
H T Jones, H Watkins 



WHITE OAK. 



Justices — G G Maynard, A C Council, A N Betts, R Barbee 
Constable — G A Upchurcli 



Townships and Voting Precincts in Wake County. 

Barton's Creek — Hutchison's Store 

Buckhorn — New Hill 

Oary — Cary 

Cedar Fork— Pollard's Store 

House's Creek — Hayes' Store 

Little River — Wakefield 

Mark's Creek — Eagle Rock 

Middle Creek — Barney Jones' 

Neuse River — Dunnsville 

New Light — Law's Store 

Oak Grove — Dayton Academy 

Panther Branch — Township House 

Haleigh — Outside Corporate Limits, Court House; First 

Ward — Baptist Grove ; Second Ward — Jenkins' Shop ; 

Third Ward — Court House ; Fourth Ward — Dunston's 

Shop ; Fifth Ward— Uzzle's Store 
Rolesville — Fleming's Store 
St Mary's — Auburn 
St Matthews' — Milburnie 
Swift Creek — Franklin's 
Wake Forest — Town of Forestville 
White Oak — Apex 



APPENDIX. 185 



GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

T J JARVIS, of Pitt, Governor, salary $3,500 

J L Robinson, of Macon, Lieutenant Governor and Speaker 

of the Senate 
L S Overman, of Rowan, private secretary to the Governor, 

salary $500 and fees 
W L Saunders, of Wake, Secretary of State, salary $2,000 
G L Dudley, of New Hanover, chief clerk, salary $1,000 
John M Worth of Randolph, Treasurer, salary $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 
Jolinston Jones of Burke, Adjutant General, salary $300 
Thomas S Kena*n of Wilson, Attornc}^ General, salary $1,000 
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 Ca23itol, salary $750 

governor's council. 

The Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor and Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction 

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, AttvGenl 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 



186 APPENDIX. 



JUDGES AND SOLICITORS. 

Judges — 1st Judicial District, Mills L Eure; 2nd, Augustus 
S Seymour; 3rd, Allmand A McKoy; 4th, Ralph P 
Buxton; 5th, John A Gilmer; 6th, David Schenck; 7th, 
Jesse F Graves; 8th, Alphonso C Avery; 9th, James C 
L Gudger 

Solicitors — 1st District, Cyrus W Grandy; 2nd, John H Col- 
lins; 3rd, Swift Galloway; 4th, John D Mclver; 5th, 
Fred N Strudwick; 6tli, William J Montgomery; 7th, 
Joseph Dobson; 8th, Joseph S Adams; 9th, Garland S 
Furguson 

SUPERIOR COURTS OP NORTH CAROLINA — 1880. 

First Judicial District — Currituck, March 1st, Sept 6th ; 
Camden, March 8th, Sept 13th ; Pasquotank, March 15th, 
Sept 20th ; Perquimans, March 22d, Sept 27th ; Chowan, 
March 29th, Oct 4th; Gates, April 5th, Oct 11th; Hert- 
ford, April 12th, Oct 18th ; Washington, April 19th, 
Oct 25th; Tyrrell, April 26th, Nov 1st; Dare, May 3rd, 
Nov. 8th; Hyde, May 10th, Nov 15th; Pamlico, May 
17th, Nov 22d ; Beaufort, May 24th, Nov 29th ; Martin, 
May 31st, Dec. 6th 

Second Judicial District — Wake, Jany 5th, Feb 9th, June 
28th, Aug 9th ; Warren, March 1st, Sept 6th; Halifax, 
March 15th, Sept 20th ; Northampton, March 22d, Sept 
27th; Edgecombe, April r2th, Oct ISth; 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 15th, Sept 20th ; 
Green, March 29th, Oct 4th ; Wayne, April 5th, 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 22nd ; Sampson May 
24th, Nov 26th ; New Hanover, May 31st, Dec 6th ; 
Pender, June 14th, Dec 20th 

Fourth Judicial District— INIoo re, Feb 24th, Aug 2d; Harnett, 
Feb 16th, Aug 16th ; Cumberland, March 1st, Aug 30th ; 
Bladen, Mar 27th, Sept 29th; Columbus, Apl 5th, Oct 4th; 
Brunswick, April l9th, Oct 18th ; Johnston, April 26th, 
Oct 25th ; Robeson, March 10th, Nov 8th ; Anson, May 
24th, Nov 29th ; Richmond, June 7th, Dec 13th 



APPENDIX. 187 



Fifth Judicial District — Alamance, Feb IGth, Aug 23d; 
Randolph, Feb 23d, Aug 30th ; Guilford, March 1st, 
Sept Gth; Chatiiara, March 8th, Sept 13th ; Orange, 
March 29th, Oct 4th ; Granville, April 12lh, Oct 18th ; 
Franklin, April 2()th, Nov 1st; Person, May 10th, Nov 
15th ; Caswell, Mav 17th, Nov 22d ; Rockingham, May 
24th, Nov 29ih 

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 Gth ; 
Davie, March 15th, Sept 20th ; Yadkin, March 22d,Sept 
27th ; Wilkes, March 29th, Oct 4th ; Alleghany, April 
12th, Oct 18th; Surry, April 19th, Oct 2oth ; Stokes, 
May 3rd, Nov 8th; Forsyth, May 10th, Nov'ber 15th; 
Rowan, May 24th, Nov 29th 

Eighth Judicial District— Catawba, Feb [23d, Aug 30th; 
Burke, March 8th, Sept 13th ; McDowell, March 22d, 
Sept 27th ; Yancey, April 5th, Oct 11th ; Mitchell, April 
19th, Oct 25th ; Watauga, May 3rd, Nov 8tli ; Ashe, May 
17th, Nov 22d ; Caldwell, May 24th, Nov 29th; Alex- 
ander, May 31st, Dec Gth ; Iredell, June 7th, Dec 13th 

Ninth Judicial District — Buncombe, Mar 8th, Aug 9th ; Mad- 
ison, Mar 29th, Aug 30th ; Henderson, Ap'l 5th, Sept Gth ; 
Transylvania, April 12tfe, Sept 13th; Haywood, April 
19th, Sept 20th; Jackson, April 26th, Sept 27th; Macon, 
May 3rd, Oct 4th ; Clay, May 10th, Oct 11th ; Graham, 
May 24th, Oct 25tli ; 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 Monday in June and 
last Monday in November 

H L Bond, Circuit Court Judge, residence Baltimore, Md 



188 APPENDIX. 



Geo W Brooks, District Court Judge, Eastern District of N 
C, residence Elizabetli City 

John W Albertson, District Attorney, office Raleigh 

Joshua B Hill, U S Marshal, office Kalei;j;h 

N J Riddick, Circuit Court Clerk, office Raleigh 

Eastern District Courts — Elizabeth City, third Monday in 
April and October, W J Griffin, Clerk ; Newborn, fourth 
Monday in April and October, George E Tinker, Clerk ; 
Wilmington, first Monday after the fourth Monday in 
April aud October, Wm Larkins, Clerk 

U S 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 Monday 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; VS 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 



The North Carolina Institution for the Deaf, Dumb 
and the Blind. 

Officers — Hezekiah A Gudger, 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 



APPENDIX. 189 



Leach of Johnston, Alex M McPheeters of Wake, S G 
Ward of Warren, B Craven of Randolph. Time of an- 
nual meeting of the Board, first Wednesday in Novem- 
ber in each year 

State Penitentiary. 

Board of Directors— E R Stamps, Tlios H Briggs of Wake, 
Geo WThom{)Son of Chatham, Geo S Cole of Moore, 
G Yates of Guilford 

Ofiicers— W J Hicks, Architect; J S Marsh, Deputy Warden ; 
D C Murray, Steward ; Dr Wm Little, Pliysiciau 

State Agricultui'al 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 Dancy, Edgecombe; Hon E H Smith, Halifax 
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 W C Kerr, 
ex officio State Geologist; Capt Jas R Thigpen, Edge- 
combe, and Maj Jonathan Evans, of Cumberland 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

Masonic. 

Hiram Lodge No 40— meets third Mondav in every month; 
J C R Little, W M, Phillip Thiem, Sec 

Wm G Hill Lodge No 218 — .Meets second and fourth Mon- 
days in every month; B C Manly, W M, W P Weth- 
erell. Sec 



190 APPENDIX. 



Raleigh Chapter No 10 — Meets third Tuesday in every 
month ; J B Neathery, H P, D W Bain, Sec 

Enoch Council No 5 — Meets first Monday in every month ; 
John Nichols, T I M, W P Wetherell, Rec 

Grand Lodge of A F and A M, Wm R Cox. G M, Raleigh ; 
D W Bain, G S, Raleigh; meets in Raleigh second 
Tuesday in December, annually 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, C M Van Orsdell, G 
H P, Wilmington ; D W Bain, G S, Raleigh; meets 
annually in different parts of the State ; time of meet- 
ing, Tuesday next preceding the first Monday in June 

Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, S E Allen, G 
M, Winston ; D W Bain, G R, Raleigh ; meets at the 
same place of the Grand Chapter during that week 

COLORED. 

Widow's Son No 4 — Meets first and third Mondays in every 
month; WF Debnam, Master; A J Haywood, SW^ 
A W Curtis, J W ; S Ellison, Sec 

Excelsior Lodge No 21 — Meets second and fourth Mondays 
in every month ; Wm Mitchell, Master ; M Thompson, 
S W ; S J Green, J W ; M N Dunston, Sec 

Odd Fellows. 

Seaton Gales Lodge No 64 — Meets Thursdav night of every 
week; J M Broughtou, N G; W H Cole, V G; Phillip 
Thiem, R S ; J G Brown, Treas ; W T Utley, P S 

Manteo Lodge No 8 — Meets Tuesday night of ever}'' week ; 
Wayne Allcott, N G ; Ernest Selz, V G; J C Birdsong, 
R S ; T W Blake, Treas ; T L Love, P S 

McKee Encampment — Meets second and fourth Fridavs in 
every month ; W Allcott, C P; B H Woodell, S ; W C 
McMackin, S W ; W Woollcott, J W ; W B Hutchings, 
HP; AW Fraps, Treas 

ADDRESS OP OFFICERS OF THE R W GRAND LODGE OF N C. 

Most Worthy Grand Master — LeRoy G Bagley, Manteo 

Lodge, No 8, Raleigh 
Right Worthy Deputy Grand Master — Rev N M Jurney, 

Centennial Lodge, No 90, Trinity College 



APPENDIX. 191 



Right Worthy Grand Warden— J L Dudley, Orion Lodge, 

No G7, Wilmington 
Right Wortiiy Grand Secretary— J J Litchford, Manteo 

Lodge, No 8, Raleigh 
Right Worthy Grand Treasurer — Richard J Jones, Cape 

Fear Lodge, No 2, Wilmington 
R W G Representatives to the Grand Lodge U S— Wm H 

Bagley, Seaton Gales Lodge, No G4, Raleigh ; Richard 

J Jones, Cape Fear Lodge, No 2, Wilmington 
Worthy Grand Chaplain— W T Hollowell, Neuse Lodge, 

No 6, Goldsboro 
Worthy Grand Marshal— J F Payne, Stonewall Lodge, No 

99, Monroe 
Worthy Grand Conductor — J H Roberts, Cross Creek Lodge, 

No 4, Fayetteville 
Worthy Grand Guardian— John H Shultz, Salem Lodge, 

No 36, Salem 
Worthy Grand Herald— Henry Porter, Manteo Lodge, No 

8, Raleigh 



COLORED. 



Grand United OOF, Virtue Lodge, No 1616— Meets third 
and fourth Tuesflavs in every month ; J H Rhodes, N 
G ; W H Scott, P N F ; C A Harrison, N F ; A J Byrd, 
PNG; JE Williams, Sec; John Yarbrough, Treas ; 
B B Goines, Lecturer 

Knights of Honor. 

Oak City Lodge, No 410, meets every Wednesday night 
Officers— J W Lee, Dictator ; John B Neathery, V D ; P C 
Hardie, Asst D ; C T Bailev, Chaplain ; J S Pescud, 
Reporter ; C A Sherwood, F R ; J C R Little, Treas ; A 
S Lee, S P D ; WW Jones, Guide; S V House, Sentinel; 
Dr W W Jones, Medical Ex'mr 

Knights of Pythias. 

Centre Lodge, No 3, meets every Thursday night at Castle 

Hall, cor Fayetteville and "Martin 
Officers, J C R Little, C C ; Jno Nichols, V C ; Saml Merrill, 

P C; C A Sherwood, P; E G Harrell, K R S; John C 



192 APPENDIX. 



Blake, M F; Leo D Heartt, M E; Wayne Alleott, M 
A; J H ]VIullen,IG 

Churches. 

Christ Church (Episcopal), Rev Dr Marshall, Rector ; ser- 
vices 11 A M, and 4:30 P M 

Edenton Street Methodist, Rev W S Black, Pastor; services 
11 A M, and 7:30 P M 

First Presbyterian, Rev J S Watson, Pastor; services 11 A 
M,and 7:30 PM 

Jewish Synagogue, M Grausman, Rabbi 

Person Street M E Church, Rev W C Norman, Pastor; ser- 
vices 11 A M and 7:30 PM 

Salisbury Street Baptist, Rev Thomas E Skinner, Pastor ; 
services 11 A M and 7:30 P M 

Second Presbyterian, Rev Dr J M Atkinson, Pastor ; services 
11 A M and 4PM 

St Sohn's (Catholic), Rev Father White, Priest; Mass 7 and 
11 A M 

Swain Street Baptist, Rev W R Gvvaltney, Pastor ; services 
11 A M and 7PM 

The Good Shepherd, Rev E R Rich, Rector; services 11 A 
M and 7:30 P M 

COLORED. 

A M E Church, Rev B W Morris, Pastor ; services 11 A M and 
3 and 7:30 P M 

Christian Church, Rev G W Dunn, Pastor ; services 11 A M 
and 3 and 7:30 P M 

Congregational Church, Rev Geo S Smith, Pastor; services 
3:30 and 7:30 P M 

First BajDtist, w s Salisbury 4 s Johnson 

Neville's Episcopal, Lenoir nr Swain. No Rector 

Presbvterian Church, Rev J A Chresfield, Pastor; services 
11 A M and 3 and 7:30 P M 

St Augustine, (Episcopal), Rev J E C Smedes, Rector; ser- 
vices 11 A M and 4PM 

Good Templars. 

Hickman Lodge No 1, I G T — meets every Tuesday night 



APPENDIX. 193 



over Citizens' National Bank ; S M Parrish, W C T ; 
Mrs E C Beekvvith, W V T ; L N Keith, W Pv S ; W 
Woollcott, W F S; Miss Blanche Fentress, W T; F T 
Booker, W C ; F B Faison, W M ; Miss Eva Jackson, 
WIG; Geo Scales, W G; N B Broughton, Thomas 
Hampson, and B F Faison, trustees 

Cotton and Grocers' Exchange. 

Regular monthly meeting first Monday night in every 
month; W H Dodd, Pres; J J Thomas, Vice Pres ; F 
O Moring, Treas ; A A Thompson, Sec 

Independent Order of Good Samaritans, (Colored). 

Grand Lodge of North Carolina No 2—1 B Abbott, R W G 

C ; Patience A Rue, R W G P D ; Rev F R Howell, R 

WGS 
Jerusalem No 6 — Meets every Monday night 
Lone Star No 7 — Meets first and third Wednesdays in every 

month 
Golden Key No 15 — Meets every Friday night 
Mt Gerizin No 16 — Meets every Thursday night 
Eunuch Lodge No 38 — Meets second and fourth Wednesday 

night in every month 
Star of Bethlehem No 40 — Meets every Monday night 

Order of the Eastern Star. 

Eastern Star Ruth Chapter No 2 — Meets fourth Tuesday in 
every month at Masonic PLiU ; Julia Foyj \V M; 
Sophia Roan, A M ; Jane Anderson, Sec 

Banks. 

Citizens' National Bank of Raleigh — Authorized capital 
$500,000; W E Anderson, Pres; P A Wiley Cashier; 
Directors, W E Anderson, Dr W J Hawkins, A B An- 
drews, R H Battle, Jr, A P Bryan 

The Raleigh National Bank— Capital $400,000; C Dewey, 
Pres; John C Blake, Cashier; Directors, C Dewey, E 
G Reade, A S Merrimon, W G Upchurch, F Moring, 
John Gatling, Thomas H Briggs 

State National Bank — Authorized capital, $500,000 ; surplus 



194 APPENDIX. 



$83,045.99 ; Mrs M C Williams, Pres ; S C White, Cashier; 
Directors, Mrs M C Williams, E R Stamps, D G Fowle, 
W W Vass, S C White 

Raleigh Typographical Union. 

Meets first Wednesday in each month ; W J Edwards, Pres; 
John C Gorman, Vice Pres; H H Roberts, Rec Sec; 
John R Ray, Cor Sec; C D Christophers, Fin Sec; Jno 
W Marcom, Treas; W N Brockwell, Sergt-at-arms 

Military. 

Raleigh Light Infantry — Co A, 1st Regt N C State Guard, 
organized July 28, 1874 John R Ferrall, Capt ; Jno T 
PuUen, 1st Lieut; Robt I Williams, 2nd Lieut; John 
M Sherwood, Jun 2nd Lieut; Edmund F Smith, Ord 
Sergeant 

Raleigh Light Artillery — J Amos Harris, Capt ; Wiley Wil- 
liams, 1st Lieut; J McRary, 2d Lieut ; C H Seapark, S 

COLORED. 

Field Officers — Andrew Haywood, Lieut Col ; B B Goines, 

Adjutant 
■Company A, 4th Battalion — Calvin Dunston, Capt ; Moses 

Thompson, 1st Lieut; Alfred Haywood, 2nd Lieut; A 

Grant, Jun 2d Lieut 
Company D — John Flagg, Capt 
East Raleigh Guards, Co F — George H Lane, Capt; Joseph 

Smith, 1st Lieut ; N S Turner, 2d Lieut ; F W Watson, 

Jun 2d Lieut 

Fire Department. 

Jos H Green, Chief Eng ; R H Bradley, Asst Eng 

Rescue Steam Engine Comp'y — W J Weir, Foreman ; Theo 

Fentress, Sec 
Phoenix Chemical — F H Heartt, Foreman ; H H Roberts, 

Sec 
Hook and Ladder — Howard Heartt, Foreman 

COLORED. 

Victor — J H Jones, Foreman ; Wm Mitchell, Sec 



APPENDIX. 195 



Educational. 

(Statistics compiled by Col Fred A Olds.) 

Raleigh is graced by three admirable schools for young 
ladies, which have not only a State reputation, but one which 
extends all over the South. Their sphere of influence is 
large, and constantly widening, and they merit success by 
the perfection of their instruction and other facilities. The 
oldest of these is 

ST mart's school. 

Situated in a large grove of oaks, on Hillsboro Avenue, 
this school has the advantage of a beautiful situation, while 
the buildings, three in number, are both handsome and com- 
modious. The buildings were erected in 1834, and a school 
for young men was held there under the auspices of the 
Episcopal Church of the State. The first Principal of this 
was Dr. Cogsdell, a Northern man, who was succeeded by 
Dr. Empie, of Wilmington. There were about ]50 students, 
many of whom were preparing for the ministry, and among 
them were several lights of the church in after days. 

In 1841, the school was broken up and in the spring of 
1842 was opened as a female school. The first Principal was 
the late lamented Dr. Aldert Smedes. For thirty-five years 
he presided at its head, and made it one of the most admi- 
rable institutions in the country. The corps of teachers 
was of marked ability, and the course of instruction 
thorough. During the war the school never closed its doors, 
but became not only a house of learning but of refuge also, 
Mrs. Jeft'erson Davis and children, and a daughter of Gen. 
R. E. Lee, being among the sheltered there. In 1865 the 
Federal troops occupied the buildings, but the exercises of 
the school were not interrupted. In 1870, full of years, honors 
and faith, the venerable Dr. Smedes passed away from earth. 
His son, Rev. Bennett Smedes, assumed control as Principal, 
with Mrs. Kate DeRosset Meares, as Lady Principal, and an 
able corps of instructors in all its departments. The school 
has been a success under their management, and there are 
now about seventy-five scholars on the rolls. Since the be- 



196 APPENDIX. 



ginning of the school more than two thousand pupils have 
entered, and its 7oth session finds the school as useful as 
ever. 

THE PEACE INSTITUTE. 

A few years prior to thte war, the late William Peace gave 
),000 to found this school. Work on the building began, 
and when the war came it was nearly completed. During 
that dark period it was used as a hospital. In 1865 the U. 
S. Government occupied it as quarters for the Freedman's 
Bureau. With some difficulty the Trustees recovered the 
pronerty, and during 1871, the work of construction was 
carried on, and the handsome brick four-story structure 
completed. In 1872, it was taken by the present efficient 
Principals, Rev. R Burwell and Mr John B Burwell, who 
had before conducted a female institute at Charlotte, and 
earned much reputation as instructors. The first session 
opened in September, and at the end of the year the num- 
ber of pupils was over a hundred. The teachers were all 
chosen for marked ability as instructors, and the results are 
shown in the high rank the school takes in the South. The 
schoolisunder the auspicesofthePresbyterian denomination. 
The cost of the building was over $40,000, and it is a model 
structure. The concerts are notable for the high degree of 
musical skill shown by the pupils. The patronage of the 
Peace is large, there being this term about 1(D0 pupils pres- 
ent. To the usual courses of instruction a cooking school 
has been added, and there is also a large gymnasium, where 
all are taught exercises at once healthful and graceful. The 
situation of the school is excellent, and the pupils enjoy at 
once the pleasure of a city and a suburban home. 



THE RALEIGH FEMALE SEMINARY, 

or, as it is commonly called, the Baptist School, is situated 
in the most delightful part of the city, and is in charge of 
the Baptist denomination. There were several attempts by 
the Baptists of the State to found a school here, but they 
did not bear perfect fruit until 1872. Dr. Wm. Royall, for- 
merly of Wake Forest College, opened the school then in 



APPENDIX. 197 



the Exchange Hotel building, on Hillsboro street. The 
Rayner place, on Blount street, was purchased, and in 1873, 
Dr. Royall, who associated with hira Prof. F. P. Ilobgood, 
moved into the present building, which has been altered and 
enlarged. The teachers are able and the instruction com- 
plete, and the Principal, a gentleman of marked judgment 
and ability, succeeded in elevating the school to a high lAane 
of merit. The present Principal, Mr. F. P. Hobgood, suc- 
ceeded Dr. Royall, and continues to make the school an 
honor to the State and city. There are at this term about 
seventy-five pupils. The course of study is complete, and 
calisthenic exercises are also taught. 

CENTENNIAL GRADED SCHOOL. 

This school was established for whites in 1876, in the old 
Governor's mansion, at the foot of Fayetteville street. On 
the first of August in that year it was opened. There was 
an attendance of 406 pupils during the first month of its 
existence. Capt. Dugger was tlien as now the Principal, and 
was assisted by eight teachers. During the year 1876 there 
were 568 children on the rolls. In 1877, the second year, there 
w^ere503 enrolled. In 1878 there were 611 pupils, and another 
teacher was added. The present term opened with 618 chil- 
dren on the rolls during the month of August. There are 
now ten teachers, three male, seven female. Of the pupils 
314 are boys and 304 girls; the average age of the children 
is about ten years, though man}'- are there who are nearly 
grown ; no children attend under six years. In the Kinder- 
garten department are 175 children of an average age of 
seven years. There is much music about the building, and 
to it all the motions of the scholars are executed. In the 
play grounds, which are large, the children are kept entirely 
separate. The school obtains from all sources about $5,000 
per annum. The system of teaching in a graded school 
permits one teacher to instruct more pupils than could oth- 
erwise be taught by two persons. 

THE JOHNSON SCHOOL. 

This is the largest in numbers of the colored graded 



198 APPENDIX. 



schools, and is situated near Hillsboro street, rear of the 
Methodist Church, colored. It was organized as a school in 
18G5, and was then altogether in charge of white teachers 
from the North. Now the teachers are all appointed by the 
School Committee who have jurisdiction over all such mat- 
ters. There are at this school 180 pupils, who are in three 
departments, first and second intermediate, and first and 
second primary. The Principal is Miss Louise S Dorr, and 
and there are four teachers, two male, two female. In the 
highest department of instruction there are classes in Latin, 
Algebra, Chemistry, etc. Special care is given in this to fit 
pupils to become teachers. 

THE BAPTIST SCHOOL. 

This colored graded school is held in the Baptist church on 
Salisbury street near the R. &G. shops, and the school was es- 
tablished this year with pupils taken from the old school at 
Tupper's church. There are now enrolled 159 pupils. The 
teachers are three in number, one male, two female. 

THE ST. AUGUSTINE SCHOOL. 

This other branch of the former graded school at Tupper's 
church, is held in St. Augustine church near the Deaf, 
Dumb and Blind Asylum. It is small in numbers, there 
being only thirty pupils enrolled, with one teacher, a female, 
in charge. 

EAST RALEIGH SCHOOL. 

This school is also a graded one. It is situated on Davie 
street, in one of the old wooden buildings used at the old 
fair grounds. The number of pupils the present session is 
seventy-three, who are in charge of a male teacher. The 
school was first organized in November, 1878. 

It will be seen from the above that there are now on the 
rolls of the white graded school G18 pupils, and on the rolls of 
the four colored graded schools 442 scholars, giving a total of 
1,0G0 in attendance at the public schools of the city. There 
is also a graded school in Oberlin for colored children, which 
carries on its rolls about 100. 



APPENDIX. 199 



RALEIGH MALE ACADEMY. 

This school for bo^'S is held in what is known asLovejoy's 
Grove, in an old fashioned wooden building, which is one of 
the landmarks of the city. The school has a history which 
connects with that of the city, and the fact that so many of 
our best and most honored citizens received their instruc- 
tion in it, endears it to the people. The school was opened in 
1811, as a mixed school for boys and girls, by Rev. William 
McPheeters, who was assisted by Dr. Alexander Wilson. 
They conducted it until 1827, when Dr. Jonathan Freeman, 
father of the late Edmund B. Freeman, Esq., took charge. 
He was succeeded by .Judge Grant, now of Iowa, in 1830, 
who was followed by Peter LaMesurer, in 1832. The next 
Principal was L. B. Johnson, who came in 1834 and remained 
three years, after which he removed to New York, where he 
bought Johnson's Island, to which his name was given. 
That able instructor, Mr. Jeff. Lovejoy, was the next head of 
the institution, which had become by 1837, the year he as- 
sumed control, altogether a male school. He conducted it 
with marked success for over thirty years, without an inter- 
mission, and during that time made it one of the best 
known schools in the State. In 1867 he left Raleigh, but 
returned in 1871, and again became Principal, holding the 
position until his death in 1877. The school, after such a 
history and so many changes, is now conducted by Capt. J. 
J. Fray and Prof. Hugh L. Morson. Graduates of the Uni- 
versity of Virginia, and of high order of intelligence and 
educational ability, these gentlemen have well kept up its 
reputation. They took charge in 1878, opening in Septem- 
ber with fifty pupils. There are now in attendance sixt}'- 
five scholars, most of them from this city, but one or two 
are from South Carolina. 

THE SHAW UNIVERSITY. 

This institution for the colored race is situated in the 
southern part of the cit}', near tiie Governor's Mansion, and 
its handsome buildings attract attention by their size and 
design. The school was founded in 1805, and was then 
held in the old Guioii House, or Eagle Hotel, now the Na- 
il 



200 APPENDIX. 



tional Hotel. A few years later it was removed to the build- 
ing on Blount street known as Tupper's Church. In 1870, 
the property of the late Hon. Daniel M. Barringer was pur- 
chased, with ample grounds. The school was then named 
after Mr. Elijah Shaw, of Wales, Mass., who gave $8,000 in 
aid of the institution. A building of brick, four stories 
high, with thirty-five rooms, was finished in 1872 and named 
the " Shaw " building. J. Estey & Bro , the organ makers, 
of Brattleboro, Vermont, next gave $8,000 to erect the 
■"Estey" building, which was completed in 1874. It is five 
stories in height and contains fifty five rooms. The sum 
of $5,000 in aid of the building fund was raised by the col- 
ored singers of this city, who made a tour of the entire North. 
These sums were but portions of the amounts raised at va- 
rious times for the erection of the school buildings, for 
contributions of all kinds and amounts were made. At 
present a new chapel, of brick, one hundred feet in length, 
two stories in height, is being built. The cost of the build- 
ings and grounds thus far has been $105,000. 

Rev. Mr. Tupper has been in charge of tlie school from 
its foundation. He is a man of great energy, and an able 
Principal. There are at present fourteen regular and assist- 
ant teachers in the school, and 267 scholars, of which number 
153 are males and 114 females. The school has always been 
a mixed one, and the system is said to work admirably. 

ST. AUGUSTINE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

This institution for the colored race was founded in 1867, 
and is located near Oakwood Cemetery. Soon after the war 
Rev. C. R. Avery, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, bequeathed 
■several millions of dollars to aid in the instruction of the 
colored race in the South. Rev. J. Brinton Smith, the Prin- 
cipal of the school, went to Pittsburg and secured $25,000. 
The property, which is ninety acres in extent, Avas pur- 
chased, and five wooden buildings erected, at a cost of some 
130,000. The school is under the control and supervision 
of the Episcopal Church of the Stata, and the property is 
held in trust by the Bishop of the diocese and several prom- 
inent clergymen and laymen. The institution has a fund 
of some $50,000, which is invested principally in real estate. 



APPENDIX. 201 



It is the plan of the school to educate teachers, male and 
female, for the colored race, and a good work has been done 
in this direction, more than one hundred teachers having 
been sent out. On the death of Rev. Dr. Smith, in 1872, 
Rev. John E. C. Smedes too'v charge as Principal, and has 
made an excellent one in all respects. There are three 
teachers and about 125 scholars of both sexes. The pupils 
are from all parts of this State, some from Florida, South 
Carolina, &c., and from Cuba. It is strictly a normal school 
and all the scholars have to take a regular course to prepare 
them for their duties as in.structors. During the vacations, 
and sometimes during a part of the terms, the pupils earn 
money by teaching, and many thus pay the expenses of 
their education. 

PUPILS IN THE SCHOOLS. 

Recapitulating, we find that the number of pupils in the 
various schools in Raleigh is: In the public schools, 1,160; 
in the three white female schools, 250 ; in the schools at the 
Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institutions, 155; in the Shaw Uni- 
versity, 207; in the St. Augustine Normal School, 125; and 
in the Raleigh Male Academy, 65. The total number is 
2,022, of which 1,040 are white, 982 colored ; 042 males, 
1,080 females. There are also two white parochial schools, 
and three schools kept by ladies, wherein small children 
are instructed. The number attending these is probably 
100, which increases the total number of white children to 
1,140. 



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aAZETTEJER 

OF 



WAKE COUNTY, N. C. 



Being an Alphabetical List of the Villages and Post Offices 

included thei^ein, and the names of many of the 

Principal Business Men and Farmers, 



Apex. 

Atkinson & WagstaflF, tob mfr 
Atkinson G W, lumber 
Betts Alvin, farmer 
Betts A N, farmer 
Cofiield P 0, grocer 
Ellington J McC, lumber 
Freeman A B, farmer 
Holland T T, farmer 
Holleman Alvin, farmer 
Holleman Josiah, grocer 
Holleman J M, baptist min 
Holleman W W, farmer 
Howard W H, merchant 
Howell H G, farmer 
Hudson Q I, R R agt 
Hunnycutt R H, farmer 
Hunter Isaac, farmer 
Hunter J C, farmer 
Jenks & Jenkins, liquors 
Jones D D, furniture manfr 
Jones G, wagon mkr 
Legrand J H, farmer 
Moore H T, buggy and wag- 
gon mnfr 



Munn David, merchant, mill 
and farmer 

Oliver H C, merchant 

Passmore Wm, farmer 

Pearson James, farmer 

Penny J R, farmer 

Rogers J H, tobacco manufac- 
turer 

Rogers J W T, lumber 

Rogers W J, farmer 

Sanders J T, grocer, etc 

Spence J D, farmer 

Terry J W, tobacco manufac- 
turer 

Thompson A J, physician 

Utley W Y, merchant 

Williams John, farmer 

Williams Wm, farmer 

Womble John, farmer 

Auburn. 

Allen C N, farmer 
Andrews J G, grocer 
Baucom Troy, tanner 
Britt M D, farmer 



204 



GAZETTEER. 



Bryan A M, farmer 
Br3^an Wm, farmer 
Bryant Jas, farmer 
Busbee F M, farmer 
Busbee W I, physician 
Busbee Tbos, farmer 
Enuiss G B, farmer 
Griffis Haywood, farmer 
Gower P H, farmer 
Honeycutt A D, farmer 
Johns J S, farmer 
Johns P H, farmer 
Johns Thos J, farmer 
Jones Gaston, farmer 
Jones Seth, farmer 
Lewis David, farmer 
Parker John, farmer 
Penney Caleb, farmer 
Penney Seth, farmer 
Poole Burbin, farmer 
Poole Calvin, farmer 
Poole Hardy, farmer 
Poole J M, farmer 
Poole Peter, farmer 
Poole W R, farmer 
Powell Caswell, farmer 
Powell E P, farmer 
Powell W C, farmer 
Powell W S, farmer 
Sasser P PI, farmer 
Smith Jefferson, farmer 
Smith M A, farmer 
Smith Y S, farmer 
Stallings J A, farmer 
Sturdevant Allen, farmer 
Stnrdevant Caswell, farmer 
Sturdevant Thomas, farmer 
Todd Bryant, farmer 
Tomlinson N M, tanner 
Watts Samuel, grocer 



Watts William, grocer 
Whitney J E, tarmer 
Wilder Needham, farmer 

Ballentine's Mills. 

Austin Sim, farmer 

Austin T W, farmer 

Ballentine J C, postmaster 

Ballentine J D, farmer and 
merchant 

Brown J, farmer 

Burt A C, farmer 

Burt J A, farmer 

Burt J H^, farmer 

Burt W H, farmer 

Dennis Jim, farmer 

Dennis J M, farmer 

Hare Marsh, farmer 

Marcom J C, farmer and min- 
ister 

Marcom W G, farmer 

Matthews A J, farmer 

xsorris C F, farmer 

Norris F M, farmer 

Norris J A, farmer 

Norris J H, farmer 

Norris H W, farmer and min- 
ister 

Norris Ruff, farmer 

Norris Samuel, farmer 

Powell Alfred, farmer 

Powell Frampsey, farmer 

Stinson Lovil, farmer 

Stinson W H, farmer 

Stephens David, farmer 

Smith Ruff, farmer 

Welcli J B, farmer 

Wilborn J G, farmer 

Wood Sim, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 



205 



Banks. 

Banks T L, farmer 
Buntinp: J N, farmer 
Myatt W, farmer 
Stephenson H A, merchant 
Penney J J, farmer 
Young J J, farmer 

Gary. 

Adams J P H, farmer 

Gary Cotton Gin Co, manfrs 

of Gary Gotton Gin 
Glark G H, farmer 
Guess & Page, saw-mill 
Harrison R J, wagon shop 
HoUeman C, farmer 
Jones A G, farmer 
Jones R H, farmer 
Jones W M, mnfr sash, blinds, 

doors, etc 
Jones W M & Bro, genl store 
Jordan H B, genl store 
Page A F, farmer and saw 

mill 
Page A H & Co, saAV mill 
Page & Atwater, genl store 
Waldo S P, physician 
Weathers Jesse, farmer 
Williams J Q, farmer 
Stone Young, farmer 
Yates A B, farmer 
Yates Carlos, farmer 
Yates E W, genl store 
Young J R, farmer 

Dayton. 

Allen S J, farmer 
Gooch Roland, farmer 
Plallowa}' W D, farmer 



Nichols J E, merchant 
Penny Jesse, farmer 

Eagle Rock. 

Avera T 11, )iicr;;hant 
Broadwell H, farmer 
Chrisman R D, fanner 
Groom J A, farmer 
Debnam Nat, farmer 
Eddcns Sidney, farmer 
Kerrell A L. farmer 
Ferrell F M, farmer 
Hall Isaiah, farmer 
Plaughton M H, farmer 
Hobbs J W, farmer 
Honeycutt B T, farmer 
Honeycutt Willis, farmer 
Jones E T, farmer 
Jones H W, farmer 
Lee J R, farmer 
Liles Gideon, farmer 
Liles Wright, farmer 
Marshbourn A B, farmer 
Pace W \V, farmer 
Pair N D, farmer 
Rhodes II W, farmer 
Rhodes John, farmer 
Rhodes W A, merchant 
Rhodes W M, farmer 
Richardson J A, farmer 
Richardson W A B, farmer 
Richardson W E, farmer 
Richardson W H, farmer 
Scarboro G W, farmer 
Smith J W, farmer 
Smith Upchurch, farmer 
Strickland A J, farmer 
Strickland Joe, farmer 
I'odd J E, farmer 
Todd M G, merchant 



206 



GAZETTEER. 



Fish Dam. 

Addison J S, shoemaker 
Barbee F W, merchant 
Barbee J W, farmer 
Carpenter Duane, farmer 
Carpenter I M, farmer 
Durham James, farmer 
Durham Mark, farmer 
Ferrell A G, farmer 
Ferrell A G & Sons, merchts 
Ferrell J VV, farmer 
Ferrell W B, farmer 
Green William, farmer 
Hall John, wheelwright 
Hicks W N, physician 
Hollo way Houston, farmer 
Holloway W D, farmer 
Holloway W D & Son, mer- 
chants 
Jones R M, farmer 
Kerr T J, carpenter 
Lashley T A, farmer 
Norwood F M, farmer 
Olmstead Alston, carpenter 
Olmstead James, farmer 
Rigsbee James, farmer 
Rigsbee S F, farmer 
Robertson John, farmer 
Rogers Lloyd, blacksmith 
Ross Green, farmer 
Suit W J, wheelwright 
Sutherland W A, farmer 

Forestville. 

Allen D W, merchant 
Allen G B, farmer 
Alston W M, farmer 
Caddell J C, school teacher 
Carver E A & Co, merchts 
Chappell L, physician 



Crenshaw J M, merchant 
Dunn A C, farmer 
Dunn Charlie, farmer 
Dunn J R, merchant 
Dunn S H, farmer 
Frost J F, farmer 
Gill David, farmer 
Harris H H, physician 
Harrison B S, physician 
Hartsfield J A, farmer 
Holding Calvin, farmer 
Jones W D, farmer 
Perry T H, merchant 
Smith W B, farmer 
Thompson S W, physician 
Vann A R, farmer 

Grarner's Station. 

Bagwell John, farmer 
Bennett T W, merchant 
Bingham T A, postmaster 
Bowers J G, farmer 
Britt M D, farmer 
Brooks Thos, farmer 
Carnell S T, wdieelwright 
Collins W P, wheelwright 
Crocker Samuel, farmer 
Dupree B, farmer 
Dupree Eli, farmer 
Holleman S G, farmer 
Johnson J D, farmer 
Johnson W D, farmer 
Mooreine W C, farmer 
Parker C S, merchant 
Rand J R, farmer 
Rogers E G, wheelwright 
Spence Benj, farmer 
Spence N A, farmer 
Spencer J A & Bro, merchants 
Walton B F, farmer 
Withers James, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 



207 



Withers L J, farmer 
Withers Samuel, farmer 

Green Level. 

Adams J H. farmer 
Broadwell Jarrett, farmer 
Council A C, farmer 
Johnson M J, farmer 
Lewis John, farmer 
Olive Merrell, farmer 
Upehurch G A, farmer 
Yates & Ferrell, merchants 

Gulley's Mills, 

Gulley Ransom, farmer 
Johnson B B, farmer 
Jones John, farmer 
Jones J A S, farmer 
Johnson J B, farmer 
Kingj Barney, farmer 
Leach I S, farmer 
Penney S H, farmer 
Penney Young, farmer 
Smith A E, physician 
Smitli R A, farmer 
Younc? Jolin, farmer 
Young W H, farmer 
Young Y E, farmer 

Hayes' Store. 

Cooper Chas, farn)er 
Edwards Chas, farmer 
Edwards J T, cotton gin, 

merchant and farmer 
Forest J L D, carjienter 
Hailey James, merchant and 

farmer 
Hayes C D, merchant 
Hayes J D, fruit grower 



House H W, fanner 
House T W, farmer 
Jackson Danl, farmer 
Lynn Geo, farmer 
Lynn J J, cotton gin and 

mill 
Page Anderson, gin and far'er 
Page J W, physician 
Page P A, teacher 
Riddle W S, carpenter 
Sanders Rufus, farmer 
Smith J R, farmer 
Smith H J, farmer 
Smith H T, farmer 
Smith WT, farmer 
Tucker W S, mill and cotton 

gin 
Warren J R, mer and farmer 

Holland's. 

Banks T L, physician 
Bledsoe Giles, mechanic 
Crowder W D, farmer 
Turner W S jr, farmer 
Hobby S II, farmer and un- 
dertaker 
Jewell C C, farmer 
Jewell W M, farmer 
Partin G P, mechanic 
Smith E A, physician 
Smith S W, farmer 
Stephenson L I), farmer 
Stephenson M M, farmer 
Utley S M, mechanic 
Whitaker P^ibius, farmer 
Williams S M, school teacher 
Young J J, farujer 

Holly Springs. 

Adams D E, farmer 



208 GAZETTEER. 



Adams James, farmer Rarely T B, fanner 

Adams J T, cotton gin and Revis Hilliard, farmer 

saw mill 
Alford G B, merchant and Eelvin Grove. 

^ ^\^'"'^i^ . . Lee Sarah B, farmer 

Bryant J binercnant l^,^^^ ^ ^y ^ ^ merchants 

Carter TL, farmer Lynn Wiley, farmer 

Cross A P gi.j and farmer p .^ Anderson, farmer 

Edwards H b, farmer ^^;?^j^ ^y .^ f^^,,^^^^ 

Goodwin. I, school teacher gorrell Jacob, farmer 
Ho and Bennett, farmer ^yj -^^^ j ^y f^^,^^^^^, 

Holland D_B, cotton gm and Wiggins Solomon, farmer 

saw mill ° 

Lynch L,farmer and mechanic Leachburff 

McLean J A, physician °* 

Nichols M C, merand farm'r Barnes J J, merchant and 
Norris J A, farmer, mill and farmer 

cotton gin Godwin W B, farmer 

Norris N M, cotton gin, mill Holland C H, farmer 

and farmer Holland J L, postmaster 

Norris P A, farmer Johnston C R, farmer 

Pope A S, farmer Leach J F, farmer 

Sloan G W, farmer Lee J J, miller and farmer 

Upchurch D L, merchant Wood David, farmer 

Utley B S, physician Young B W, teacher and 
Wheeler W H, farmer farmer 

Hutcheson's Store. Moore's Mills. 

Bailey A Y, farmer Bunn Wesley, farmer 

Bledsoe W C, farnier Chamblee B D, farmer 

Brasfield T S, merand farm'r Chamblee AV H, farmer 
Cox Wm, farmer Ferrell W B, ftirmer 

Hester E P, farmer Hopkins A P, farmer 

Honeycutt G A, farmer Hopkins J F, farmer 

Honeycntt R D, farmer Llorton A R, farmer 

Hudson Walter, farmer Horton C M, farmer 

Hutcheson G iM, post master Horton C, farmer 
Morris Wm, raeichant Horton G R, farmer 

Nipper Buckner, farmer Horton H R, farmer 

Rarelv J M, farmer Horton J W Sr, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 



20U 



Horton J W Jr, farmer 
Horton S L, merchant and 

farmer 
Horton S S, farmer 
Horton William, farmer 
Jones Dennis, merchant and 

farmer 
Jones Hilliard, farmer 
Lee Jutson, farmer 
Liles Burbin, farmer 
Liles L O, farmer 
Liles W W, farmer 
Medlin Ruffin, farmer 
Moore W C, farmer 
Pace P P, farmer 
Pace W W, farmer 
Pearce J R, farmer 
Pearce Wesley, farmer 
Proctor I M, merchant and 

farmer 
Richardson A J, merchant 

and farmer 
Underbill J D, farmer 

Morrisville. 

Adams J Q, farmer 
Bagwell G B, farmer 
Booth e J W, farmer 
Byrd J R, farmer 
Cotton A T, ])hysician 
Edwards C D, farmer 
Edwards Richard, farmer 
Edwards W H 
Green C J, farmer 
Herndon W T, physician 
Herndon & Cotton, druggists 
Home S N, merchant 
Home & Maynard, wagon 

and buggy makers 
King J S, farmer 
Lowe J H, farmer 



Maynard Allen, fiirmer 
Maynard Josei)h, farmer 
^IcGec Henry, farmer 
Morris W H Sr, farmer 
Morris W H & Bro, merchants 
Page M W, farmer 
Page Williamson, farmer 
Patterson 11 M, physician 
Pugh J L. merchant 
Pugh J M, merchant and 

postmaster 
Scott Sidney, ftirmer 
Scott W B, farmer 
Sears & Merritt, merchants 
Stone J H, farmer 
Stone Mark, farmer 
Stone Needham, farmer 
Stone Young, farmer 
Weatherspoou H, farmer 

Myatt's Mills. 

Adams J PI, merchant 
Blalock Hugh, farmer 
Davis John, mechanic 
Ferrell W A, mechanic 
Honeycutt B, buggy and 

wagon mkr 
Johnston A F, merchant 
King C H, meclianic 
Myatt J W, farmer 
Myatt W A, farmer 
Parti n Mark, mechanic 
Purefoy J J, farmer 
Rand O R, farmer 
South II F, mechanic 
Temple W B, buggy and 

wagon maker 

Neuse. 

Allen & Trawick, merchants 



210 



GAZETTEER. 



Askew W F, manufacturer 
Davis W H, farmer 
Dunn E J, farmer 
Dunn J C, farmer 
Dunn J J, farmer 



Boling & Wilson, cotton gin 

and saw mill 
Booker A B, farmer 
Booker Gaston, farmer 
Boothe T H, farmer 



Dunn Peterson, farmer and Bright C J, merchant and 



merchant 
Dunn P A, farmer 
Fort D F, merchant 
Gill D D, farmer 
Honeycutt T L, merchant 
Hunter J T, farmer 



depot agent 
Bright Orren, former 
Bright W, farmer 
Carpenter Wm, farmer 
Gates H M, school teacher 
Dupree J H, farmer 



Hunter W F, asst post masterDupree S H, farmer 



Jeffreys R R, farmer 
Jeffreys R \V, farmer 
Lassiter W C, farmer 
McReath H, machinist 
Massey T H, merchant 
Norwood G W, farmer 
Ray H C, farmer 
Robertson T B, physician 
Robertson T C, farmer 



Edwards J J, farmer and 

merchant 
Freeman B B, farmer 
Freeman R T, chair maker 
Gardner Rufus, farmer 
Holland D B, farmer and mill 
Holleman Edwin, farmer 
Judd D P, farmer 
Judd J P, farmer 



Watkins H & Co, merchants Lashley H C, deputy sheriff 

and farmer 
New Hill. Lashley W J, farmer 

Avent J F, farmer ^^f^^^T ^' ^^T'" 

Ausley Wm, preacher and Luther Ihomas, farmer 
4?/v..v.^„ Mann C H, larmer 

Norris W H, farmer 
Olive A J, farmer 



farmer 
Barker Brinkly, farmer 
Barker H J, farmer 
Barker Mark, farmer 
Barker T B, farmer 



Olive Holloway, farmer 
Olive Ira, farmer 
r> 1 V Air r ' ill Olive Manuel, farmer 
Barker \W, far rand wheel- R^.^ardson A C, farmer 

wright ' 

Barker Zachery, farmer 
Beckwith Green, farmer 
Bennett R J, farmer and car 

penter 
Bennett W H, farmer 



Richardson J M, farmer 
Rollins H G, sewing machine 

agt 
Seagraves Calvin, farmer 
Seagraves L B, J P and farmer 



Boling J W, me^ and farmer Seagraves Thos, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 



211 



Welch J J, farmer 
Wilson S Y, fanner 
AVorable H A, farmer 
Womble J M, farmer 
Womble Thos, farmer 
Womble W B, farmer 

Old Shops. 

Adams D C, farmer 
Adams J A, farmer 
Ballentiue W M, farmer 
Jolmson J L, merchant and 

farmer 
Norris Jesse A, farmer 

Rogers' Store. 

Arnold J A, farmer 
Bledsoe W L, farmer 
Brogden I J, farmer 
GuUie W H, mercht and J P 
Jones R M, J P 
Jones W A, farmer 
Mitchell W D, farmer 
Moore D K, farmer 
Peace J N, physician 
Ray Buckner, farmer 
Safer W T, farmer 

Rolesville. 

Arnold W C, merchant 
Bailey J J, farmer 
Ferrell J J, wheelwright 
Ferrell 8 W, farmer 
Fleming J R, physician 
Flem-ing N B, blacksmith 
Fowler W B, farmer 
Fowler E C, merchant 
Fowler M C, physician 
Freeman R A, farmer 
Harris John, farmer 



Hunter Jacob, farmer 
Hunter W K, merchant 
Jones Wm II, farmer 
Leigh J C, farmer 
Mitchell Wm, farmer 
Pace E R, merchant 
Pearce James, farmer 
Pearce John, farnaer 
Redford J B, farmer 
Redford W E, farmer 
Rogers L B, farmer 
Rogers W W, farmer 
Scarboro J H, wheelw^right 
Scarboro S H, merchant 
Shadrach J H, blacksmith 
Stell G A, farmer 
Stell Wesley, farmer 
Stell William, farmer 
Stell & Ferrell, merchants 
Wall Addison, farmer 
Wall A G, farmer 
Watkins H, merchant 
AVatkins John, farmer 
Watkins Manly, farmer 
Watkins N R, farmer 
Wiggins G D, farmer 
Williams J A, farmer 
Young A R, physician 

Wake Forest. 

Allen W & Co, tanners and 

cotton ginners 
Brewer J M, farmer 
Brewer W C, farmer 
Dickson & Purefoy, raerchts 
Dunn W B & Co, manfrs of 

plows 
Gill EE, farmer 
Hoi den I T, farmer 
H olden W S, farmer 
Mangum P H, farmer 



212 GAZETTEER. 



Mills Prof L R, teacher W F Tiraberlake R [I, farmer 

College Wall Geo H, farmer 

Montague H W, physician Walters A E, physician 
Pace & Holdino-, merchants Walters C M, farmer 
Pernell J P, farmer Wingate W B, postmaster 

Peruell J W, farmer Wingate W B & Co, raerch'ts 

Poteat W L, tutor W F College 
Powers J B, physician Wakefield. 

Pritc-hard Rev T H, Pres W ^^^^^ ^ g^ f^^.^^^^^. 
I; College g^j^j^ Q D, farmer 

Pureloy A 1 farmer Chamblee G C, farmer 

Purefoy F M, merchant Chamblee M C, physician 

Panes G A & Bro, merchants chamblee W B, farmer 
Raybon H, farmer Ferrell J D farmer 

Riddick W G, propr hotel Ferrell W C farmer 
Royall Prof W B, teacher W qjh g pjarmer 

F Co ege ... ^ ^ . Kemp E H, farmer 

Scarboro C W, tutor W F Col- ^^gggy j ^y^ f^^^.^^ 

o- ^^® Ti ^wn ^ 1 Ray A H, farmer 
Simmons Prof W G, teacher gtaHings A I, farmer 

o ^o^r^? ^^"^ Stallings B, farmer 

btone b M, farmer Whitley M, merchant and far- 



Taylor Prof C E, teacher W 
F College 



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Those marked (o. li.) are tlie County Seats; those marked 
with an asterisk (*) are Money Order Post offices. 



POST-OFKICE. .^ COUNTY. 

Abbottsburg, Bladen 

Abbott's Creek Davidson 

Adams' Mills, Union 

Advance Davie 

Albemarle (c. b.) Stanley 

Albei^on Duplin 

Ale.xandriana Mecklenburg 

Alfordsville Robeson 

Alamance '.....Guilford 

Allenton Robeson 

Alma Robeson 

Alpine Surry 

Aman's Store Onslow 

Ames' Turnout Union 

Amity Hill Iredell 

Ammon Bladen 

Anderson's Store : .("aswell 

Angola Pender 

Ansonville Anson 

Antioch Robeson 

Apex Wake 

Apple Grove. Ashe 

Aquone Macon 

Arcadia Davidson 

Archer Lodge Johnston 

Areola Warren 

Arden Buncombe 

Argyle Cumberland 

Armour Columbus 

Ashboro (c. h ) Randolph 

*Asheville (c. ii.) Buncombe 

Asheford McDowell 

Ashland Caswell 

Ashton Pender 

Aspen Grove Kockingiiam 

Auburn Wake 

Aulander '. Bertie 

Auman's Hill .Montgomery 

Aurelian Spring's.. Ilalifax 

Aurora Beaufort 

Averasboro Harnett 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Avery's Creek Buncombe 

Avoca Bertie 

Ayersville Stokes 

Baird's Creek Pamlico 

*Bakersville(c. h.) Mitchell 

Bald Creek Yancey 

Ballentine's Mill V\ ake 

Balsam Grove Transylvania 

Bainboo Watauga 

Banks' Wake 

Banner's Elk ..Watauga 

Bannerman's Pender 

Barclaysville, Harnett 

Barnardsville Buncombe 

Barnes' Store Wilson 

Barrett's Mountain Alexander 

Bath Beaufort 

♦Baltleboro Edgecombe 

Bayboro Pamlico 

Beamans X Koads .Sampson 

Beam's Mills .Cleaveland 

Bear Creek Chatham 

Bear Poplar Rowan 

Bear Wallow Henderson 

Beasly Hill Johnston 

Beattie's Foid Lincoln 

Beatty's Bridge Bladen 

Beaufort (c. h.) Carteret 

Beaumont Chatham 

Beaver Clierokee 

Beaver Creek Aslie 

Beaver Dam Union 

Bee Log Yancey 

Beech Creek Watauga 

Belew Creek Mills Forsyth 

Bellevoir Chatham 

Bell's Ferry Pitt 

Belleville ":' Pender 

Belvidere Perquiman's 

Bennett's X Roads Sampson 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Bensalem ... Moore 

Bentonville Johnston 

Berea Granville 

Bethania Forsyth 

Bethany Davidson 

Bethany Church IretltU 

Bethel Pitt 

Bethel Hill Person 

Beulaville Duplin 

Beverly Anson 

Big Creek Stokes 

Big Falls Alamance 

Big Laurel Madison 

Big Lick Stanley 

Big Oak Moore 

Big Pine Creek Madison 

Big Spring. . . Jackson 

Biiesville Stanley 

Blacii Creek Wilson 

Blackman's Mills Sampson 

Blackmar Rowan 

Black River Chapel . . . . Sampson 

Black Rock Cleaveland 

Bladenboro Bladen 

Blocker's Cumberland 

Blount's Creek , Beaufort 

Blowing Rock Watauga 

Blue Ridge . ..Henderson 

Blue's Grossing Moore 

Blue Wing Granville 

Bogue Columbus 

Boiling Springs Cleaveland 

Boilston Henderson 

Bolton Columbus 

Boman's Bluff Henderson 

Boomer Wilkes 

Boone (c. h. ) Watauga 

Boonville Yadkin 

Bostick's Mills Richmond 

Best's Mills Cabarrus 

Bowden's Duplin 

Bowie's Creek Harnett 

Branch's Store Duplin 

Brasstown Cherokee 

Brevard (c. h ) Transylvania 

Brick Church Guilford 

Bridgewater ..Burke 

Brier Creek Wilkes 

Briggsville Madison 

Bright's Creek Polk 

Brindletown Burke 

Bringle's Ferry Davidson 

Brinkland Bladen 

Brinkleyville Halifax 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Brittain Rutherford 

Broadway Mooi e 

Brodie Place Warren 

Brogden's Mill Wayne 

Brooklin Robeson 

Brookston Warren 

Brewer's Mills Randolph 

Brown Creek Union 

Brown Mountain *.. Stokes 

Brown's Cross Roads Randolph 

Brown's Knob Buncombe 

Brown's Summit Guilford 

Brownsville Granville 

Brush Creek Chatham 

Bryansville Marion 

Buchanan Granville 

Buckhorn Cumberland 

Buckland Gates 

Buena Vista Duplin 

Buffalo Cove Caldwell 

Buffalo Ford Randolph 

Buffalo Pit per Mills Cleaveland 

Bug Hill Columbus 

Bull Heak Greene 

Bunn's Level .Harnett 

Burgaw Depot Pender 

Burmingtown Macon 

Burnsville (c. h.) Yancey 

Burnt Chimney Rutherford 

Busbee Buncombe 

Bush Hill Randolph 

Bushy Fork Person 

Butler Rutherford 

Butler's Ford Montgomerj' 

Byarsville Cleaveland 

Byrdsville Coluinbus 

Cabbin Creek Montgomery 

Cagle's Mills Ra'ndolph 

Cain's Branch McDowell 

Cairo Anson 

Calahan Davie 

Caldwell Listitute Orange 

Caldwell's Mecklenburg 

Caledonia Moore 

Caleman Henderson 

Calhoun Transylvania 

California Currituck 

California Creek Madison 

Calvin Stanley 

Camden [c. h.]. . . Camden 

Camera Pender 

Cameron Moore 

Camp Call Cleaveland 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFP^ICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Camp Creek Rurke 

Cana Davie 

Cane Creek Chatham 

Cane River Yancey 

Carson's Creek Transylvania 

Carter's Mills, Moore 

*Carthage (c. h.) Moore 

Cary .Wake 

Casher's Vallej' .Jackson 

Castalia Nash 

Cataloochce liaj'wood 

Catawba Catawba 

Catherine Lake Onslow 

Cedar Cliff Alamance 

Cedar Creek Cumberland 

Cedar Dale Pender 

Cedar Fsdls Randolph 

Cedar Grove Orange 

Cedar Hill Anson 

Cedar Mountain Transylvania 

Cedar Rock Franklin 

Cedar Kun Alexander 

Cedar Yidley Caldwell 

Celo Yancey 

Centre Guilford 

Centre Grove Person 

Cerro Gordo Columbus 

Chalk Level Harnett 

Chandler's Grove.... Montgomery 

-Chapel JIill Orange 

Charleston (c. h.) Swain 

*Charlotte (c. h.) Mecklenburg 

Cherryfield Transylvania 

Cherry Lane Alleghany 

Cherry ville Gaston 

Chestnut Hill Ashe 

Chestnut Ridge Yadkin 

Chunney Rock Rutherford 

China Grove Rowan 

Chocowinity Beaufort 

Chronicle Catawba 

Clark's Mills Moore 

Clarkton Bladen 

Clay Folk Cumberland 

Clayton Johnston 

Clear Creek. . Cabarrus 

Cleaveland Mills Cleaveland 

Clemmonsville Davidson 

*Clinton (c. h.) Sampson 

Clover Orchard Alamance 

Cobton Craven 

Coburn's Store Union 

Coddle Creek Cabarrus 

Coinjock Currituck. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Colerain Bertie 

Cole's Mills .Randolph 

Cole's Store Randolph 

Colesville Stokes 

Collettsville Caldwell 

Columbia (c. h.) Tyrrell 

*Columbus (c. ii.) Polk 

Comfort .Jones 

Company IMills Guilford 

*Company's Shops Alamance 

*Concord (c. h.) Cabarrus 

Conger's Iredell 

Conover Catawba 

Contenlnea Greene 

Cool Spring Iredell 

Copal Grove Stanley 

Copeland Surry 

Council's Station Bladen 

County Line Davie 

Cove Creek H ay wood 

Covington Richmond 

Cowan's Ford Mecklenburg 

Coxville ..Pitt 

Crab Tree Haywood 

Grain's Creek Moore 

Cranberry Forge Mitchell 

Creswell Washington 

Croalan Craven 

Cross Canal Camden 

Cross Roads Church Yadkin 

Cross Rock Madison 

Crowder's Creek Gaston 

Crowder's Mountain Gaston 

Cuba Rutherford 

Cullasaja Macon 

Cullowhee Jackson 

Cunningham's Store Person 

Curriersville Moore 

Curtis' Mills Alamance 

Cypress Creek Bladen 

Capel's Mill Ilichmond 

Cloudland Mitchell 

Colfax Guilford 

Columbia Factory Randolpli 

Crossville Gates 

Crowell's Halifax 

Currituck (c. h.) Currituck 

Dallas (c. h.) Gaston 

Dalton Stokes 

Danbury (c. h.) Stokes 

*Davidson College . . Mecklenburg 

Davidson River Transylvania 

Dawson's Cross Roads Halifax 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Dawson's Laading Bladen 

Dj'er's Branch Madison 

Day Book Yancy 

Dayton Wake 

Deaver's Transylvania 

Deep Creek Anson 

Deep River Guilford 

Deep Run Lenoir 

Dellaplane Wilkes 

Democrat Buncombe 

Denton Davidson 

Denver Lincoln 

Devanes Cumberland 

Diamond Hill Anson 

Dinsdaie Polk 

Dismal Sampson 

Dobbinsville Sampson 

Dobson Surry 

Dockery Wilkes 

Double Shoal Cleaveland 

Douglas Rockingham 

Dover Craven 

Downingville Bladen 

Downsville 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 

Dysortville McDowell 

Eagle Mills Iredell 

Eagle Rock Wake 

Earpsboro Johnston 

East Bend Yadkin 

East Fork Transylvania 

Eask Lake Dare 

East Laport Jackson 

Easy Hill Brunswick 

Eden Randolph 

*Edenton (c. h.) Chowan 

Edgewood Halifax 

Edinboro Montgomery 

Edney ville Henderson 

Edwards' Cross Roads. ..Alleghany 

Edwards' Mills Beaufort 

Edwardsville Surry 

Efird's Mills Stanley 

Egypt Depot Chatham 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Elbaville Davie 

Eldorado Montgomery 

Elevation Johnston 

♦Elizabeth City (c. h.). .Pasquotank 

Elizabethtown [c. h.] Bladen 

Elk Creek Alleghany 

ElkX Roads Ashe 

Elkin Surry 

Elkinsville Bladen 

Elk Shoals Iredell 

Elkville Wilkes 

Ellerbe Springs Richmond 

Elm Grove Chatham 

Elmwood Iredell 

*Enfleld Halifax 

England's Point Cherokee 

Englehard Hyde 

Enoch ville Rowan 

Erie Mills Montgomery 

Erwinsville Cleaveland 

Eupeptic Springs .. Iredell 

Euplirouia Moore 

Eureka Alamance 

Fair Bluff Columbus 

Fairfax Swain 

Fairfield Hyde 

Fair Grove Davidson 

Fair Haven Moore 

Fair View Buncombe 

Faisou's Depot Duplin 

Falkland Pitt 

Fall Creek Chatham 

Falling Creek Lenoir 

Farmville Pitt 

Farmers Randolph 

Farmers' Turnout Columbus 

Farmington Davie 

*Fayetteville [c. h.]. . .Cumberland 

Fine's Creek Haywood 

First Broad Rutherford 

Fish Dam A 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 Hill Randolph 

Fonta Flora Burke 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY, 

Foolville Yadkin 

Forbush Yadkin 

Forest ville Wake 

Fork Clmrch Davie 

Forks or Pigeon Haywood 

Forks of Tennessee Swam 

Forney's C reek Swain 

Fork Swamp Beaufort 

Fort Landing Tyrrel 

Fountain liill Greene 

Fousi's Mill Randolph 

Francisco Stokes 

*Franklin (c. li.) Macon 

*Frauklinton Franklin 

Franklinville. .... . .Kandolpli 

Freeman's Mills Guilford 

Fremont Wayne 

French Broad Buncombe 

French Creek Church Bladen 

Friedburg Fors^-tlie 

Friendship Guillord 

Fulton .. . Davie 

Gaddysville Robeson 

Gamble's Store Rutherford 

Gap Civil (G. h.) .. .. Alleghany 

Gap Cerek Ashe 

Garden Creek . . Haywood 

Garrabaldi Gaston 

Gar\-sburg Northampton 

Gastonia Gaston 

Gatesville (c. h.) Gates 

Gatlington Gates 

Georgetown Jackson 

CJermantcn Stokes 

Gibb's Cross Roads. . ..Cumberland 

Gibson's Mills Richmond 

Gibsonville Guilford 

Giles' Mill Sampson 

Gilmer's Store Guilford 

Gillett's Store Carteret 

Glade Creek Alleghany 

Gladesboro Randolph 

Glen Brook Randoldh 

Glen Alpine Springs Burke 

Glenco« Buncombe 

Glenola Randolph 

Globe Caldwell 

Godwin's .Johnston 

Gold Hill Rowan 

Gold Region Moore 

*Goldsboro (c .h.) Wayne 

Good Spring Surry 

Goose Creek Island Pamlico 



POST-OFFICB. COUNTV. 

Gushen Wilkes 

Graham (c. h.) Alamance 

Grange Transylvania 

Granite Hill Iredell 

Grantsbnro Pamlico 

Granlville Buncombe 

Grantham's Store Wayne 

Grape Creek Cherokee 

Grassy Knob Rutherford 

Grassy Creek Mitchell 

Gravel Hill Bladen 

Gray Eagle Buncombe 

Gray's Chapel Randolph 

Gray's Creek Cumberland 

Greenlee's McDowell 

Green Hill Rutherford 

Green Level Wake 

Green Mountain f Yancey 

Green River Henderson 

Green Rock Caldwell 

*Grcensboro [c. h.] Guilford 

Green's Grove Rutherford 

Greenville [c. h.] Pitt 

G reen wood Moore 

Grisssom Granville. 

Grist's Station Columbus 

<5rove . . Chatham 

Gulf Chatham 

Gulley's Mill Wake 

Gum Branch Onslow 

Gum Neck Tyrrel 

Hadden Mountain .Jackson 

Hadley's Mills Chatham 

Hall's Ferry Davie 

Hale Wood Madison 

♦Halifax [c. h.] Halifax 

Hall's Mill Wilkes 

Hallsville Duplin 

Hambursrh Jack.son 

Hamilton jMartin 

Hamlet Richmond 

Hamptonville Yadkin 

Hannersville Davidson 

llanrahan pjtt 

Happy Home Burke 

Hare's Store .Jolins'on 

Harlowe Carteret 

Harper's .Johnston 

Harper's Cross Roads Chatham 

Ilnrrel's Store Sampson 

Harrellsville Hertford 

Harrells Mitchell 

Harrington Harnett 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Harrisburg Cabarrus 

Harrison Mecklenburg 

Harrisville Montgomery 

Harts Rowan 

Hartsboro .Edgecombe 

Hartshorn Alamance 

Hartsville Wake 

Haslin Beaufort 

Hatteras Dare 

Haw Branch Onslow 

Hawk Mine Mitchell 

Hawley's Store Sampson 

Haw River , . . .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 . . .Rowan 

Helton Aslie 

^Henderson Granville 

Henderson ville [c. h J. ..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 

Hilliadston Nash 

*Hillsboro [c. h.] Orange 

Hillsdale .Guilford 

Hill's Store Randolph 

Hoflfman 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 

Holman's Davie 

Hominy Creek Buncombe 

Hookerton Greene 

Hoover Hill Randolph 

Hope Mills Cumberland 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Horse Cove Macon 

Horse Shoe Henderson 

Hothouse Cherokee 

Howellsville Robeson 

Hudsonville Caldwell 

Hdil's X Roads Lincoln 

Hunsucker's Store. . . .Montgomery 

Hnntersville Mecklenburg 

Hunting Creek Wilkes 

Huntley Sampson 

Huntsville Yadkin 

Hurdells' 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 Duff Ha3wo()d 

Iron Hill Columbus 

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 Creek. ^ Haywood 

*Jonesboro Moore 

Jones' Creek Anson 

Jonesville Yadkin 

Jug Town Catawba 

Junalnska Jackson 

Kapp's Mill Surry 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OKFICK. COUNrV. 

Keenersville Mitciicll 

Kelvin Grove W;ike 

Kemp's Mill Kaiidolph 

*Kcnausville [c h.] Duplin 

Kendall Anson 

Kernersville Forsytli 

Keys Buncombe 

Keyser Moore 

Killian's Mills Lincoln 

Kimbolton Chatham 

King's Creek Caldwell 

*King's Mountain Cleaveland 

Kinnekeet Dare 

*Kinston [e. h ] . . Lenoir 

Kirk's Mills Stanley 

♦Kittrell Granville 

Kilty Hawk Currituck 

Knap of Reeds (rranville 

Knob Creek Cleaveland 

Knott's Island .. Currituck 

Knott's Store An^on 

Kyle's Landinir Cuniberhuui 

La Grange Lenoir 

Lake Comfort ....... Hyde 

Lake Landing Hyde 

Lanesboro A nson 

Lane's Creek Union 

Lassiier's Mills Randolph 

Latham's Beaufort 

Laurel Franklin 

Laurinburg Richmond 

Laurel Branch Allegiiany 

Laurel Hill Riciimond 

Laurel Springs Ashe 

Lawsonville Rockingham 

Leachburg Joiinston 

Leaksviile Kockingham 

Leasburg Ca^^wel! 

Lebanon Columl)us 

Ledger Mitchell 

Lee Midison 

Leechville Beaufort 

Lee's Mills. Washington 

Lee's Store. . . Halifax 

Leesville Robeson 

Leicester Buncombe 

*Lenoir[c h] Caldwell 

Lenox Castle Rockingham 

Leo Sianly 

Level Cross Randolph 

Level Plains Kandolph 

Lewis Forks Wilkes 

Lewiston Bertie 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Lewisville Forsyth 

♦Lexington [c. h.] Davidson 

Liberty Hill Iredell 

Liberty Store Guilford 

Lick Creek Davidson 

Lick Log Creek Clay 

Lilesville Anson 

Lilhngton [c. h.] Harnett 

*Lincolnton [c. h.] Lincoln 

Line Hill . . Ashe 

LinvilleCove Mitchel 

Linvilie Store Burke 

LinT|pod. . . ^ D.-.vidson 

Lisbon Sampson 

Little Creek Madison 

Little Pine Creek ]\Iadison 

Little River Alexander 

Little River AcademA'.. Cumberland 

Little's Mills ' Richmond 

Little Rock Creek :\IitclR II 

Little Sui,^ar Loaf HIaden 

"Littleton Halifax 

Ldckville .Chatham 

L(.cHslHill Caswell 

Locust Level Stanly 

I>ogtin's Store JKulherford 

Long Hraiich Alamance 

Long Creek Pender 

Long Pine Anson 

Long Ridge Washington 

Long's Cross Roads Person 

Long's Mills Randolph 

Long's Store Union 

Longtown Yadkin 

*Louisburg [c. h.] Franklin 

Lovelace Wdkes 

Lovelady Caldwell 

Love's Level Union 

Lowesville Lincoln 

Low Gap Surry 

Loy's Shop Alamance 

Lumber Bridge Robeson 

*Lumberton [c. h.] Robeson 

Lynch Madison 

Lvnn Madison 

I^ynn Polk 

Lyon's Landing Bladen 

McBride's Mill Watauga 

McCrary's Store Alamance 

McLeansville . . . Guilford 

Macedonia Montgomery 

Mackey's Ferry Wasliingtoh 

♦Macon Depot Warren 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Madison Rockingham 

*iMagnolia Duplin 

Makelyville . ..Hyde 

Manchester Cumberland 

Mangum Richmond 

Manly , Ashe 

Manly Station Moore 

Mann's Harbor Dare 

Manson Warren 

Manteo [c. h.] Dare 

Maple Cypress Craven 

Maple Springs Wilkes 

Margarettesville Northampton 

*Marion [c. h.J .'. ..McD(y\vell 

Marlboro Pitt 

Marley's Mills Randolpli 

Marsden Bladen 

*Marshall [c, h.J Madison 

Mars Hill Madison 

Martindale Mecklenljurg 

Martin's Mill Montgomery 

Matthews Meekienburg 

Maylield Rockingliam 

Maysville Jones 

Meadow Hill Wilkes 

Meadows Stokes 

Mears Bluff .Brunswick 

Meat Camp VVatctuga 

*Mebanesville Alamance 

Meeksville Wilson 

Melrose Robeson 

Mellville Alamance 

Melvin Hill Polk 

Mrchant Mills Gales 

Merrimon ... .Halifax 

Merry Mount Warren 

Merry Oaks Clialham 

M icaville Yancey 

Middleburg Warren 

Middle Cane Watauga 

Middle Swamp .Bladen 

Middleton Hyde 

Midway Davidson 

Mill Biidge Rowan 

Mill Creek ... Person 

Milledgeville Montgonieiy 

Miller's Creek .'Wilkes 

Millertown Rowan 

Mill Hill Cabarrus 

Mill River Henderson 

Mills' Spring Polk 

*Milion '. Caswell 

Mingo Sampson 

Mint Hill Mecklenburg 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY, 

Mocksville [c. h.] Davie 

Moltitt's Mills Randolph 

Moncure Chatham 

*Monroe [c. h.] Union 

Monroeton Rockingham 

Monticello Guilford 

Montpelier Richmond 

Mooresboro Cleaveland 

Mo<:)re's Creek Pender 

Moore's Mills Wake 

Mooresville Iredell 

Mooshaunee Moore 

Moravian Falls. ; Wilkes 

Morehead City Carteret 

Morelz Mills Watauga 

Morgan Hill Buncombe 

Morgan's Mills Uniou 

*Morganton [c h.] Burke 

Morrisville Wake 

Morton's Store Alamance 

Morven .Anson 

Moss Neck Kobeson 

Mountain Creek Catawl)a 

Mountain Island Gaston 

Mountain View .. AVarren 

*Mount Airy Surry 

Mount Bethel Alexander 

]\Iouiit Energy Granville 

Mount Gilead Granville 

.Mount Mourne Iredell 

Mount Nebo Yadkin 

MtJunt Olive Wayne 

Mount Pisgnh Alexander 

Mount Pleasant fJabarrus 

Mount Prospect Union 

Mount Sterling Haywood 

Mount Tabor. Forsyth 

Mount Tirza Person 

Mount Ulla Rowan 

Mount Vernon Rowan 

Mount Zion Wilke? 

Mouth of Buffalo Ashe 

Moyock Currituck 

Muddy Fork Cleaveland 

Mud Lick Chatham 

Mulberiy Wilses 

Mull Grove Catawba 

Munn's Station Moore 

Mnrfreesboro Hertford 

*Murpliy [c. h.J Cherokee 

Mutual Love Mecklenburg 

Myatl's Mills Wake 

Nantahalah Swaiu 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



rOST-OFKICE. COUNTY. 

Narrows .. Stauly 

Niif^hville [c. h Nash 

Niitlian's (, reck Ashe 

Nat Moore Bladen 

Nebo McDowell 

Nettle Nuob 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 Alleghany 

New Salem Ran'dolpli 

yiiiw Sterling Iredell 

New Supply Brunswick 

♦Newton [c. h ] Catawba 

Newton Grove Samp.sun 

Nicholson's Alamance 

Nicholson's Mills Iredell 

Nicholsonville Cleaveland 

Norton's Jackson 

North Brook Lincoln 

Noitli Cove McDowell 

North Fork Ashe 

Norwood Stanly 

.Xottla 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 

Ocracoke Ilvde 

Old Fort McDowell 

Old Furnace Gaston 

Old Hundred. . . Richmond 

Old Shop Wake 

Old Town Forsvthe 

Olin Iredell 

Olive Branch Union 

Olive Hill Person 

Orange Factory Orange 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Oregon Rockingham 

Ore Knob Ashe 

Ore Hill Chatham 

Ormonsville Greene 

Osbornville Wilkes 

Osgood.: Chatham 

Otter Creek Rut herford 

Outlaw's Bridge Duplin 

Owenville . .Sampson 

*0.xford [c. h.] Granville 

Oxford's Ford Catawba 

Pacolet Falls Polk 

Pacific Franklin 

Pactolus Pitt 

Paint Rock ^Madison 

Palmyra Halifax 

Palo Alto On.slow 

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 Mecklenburg 

Paint Fork Madison 

Paint Gap Yancey 

Pates Kabe-sou 

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 Mills Carteret 

Pelham Caswell 

Pensacola Yancey 

Perkinsville Burke 

PersirSmon Creek Cherokee 

Peru Haywood 

Peter's Creek "Stokes 

Petra Mills Caldwell 

Phoenix Columbus 

Piedmont Springs Burke 

Pigeon River Haywood 

Pigeon Valley Haywood 

Pike Cumberland 

Pikeville Wayne 

Pilot Mountain Stokes 

Pine Hall Stokes 



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NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Pine Level Johnston 

Pine Run Watauo;!i 

Pinevilie Mecldeuburg 

Piney Greek Alleghany 

Pin Hook Depot Gaston 

Pink Bed Henderson 

Pink Hill Lenoir 

Pinnacle Henderson 

Pioneer Mills Cabarrus 

Pireway Ferry Columbus 

Pisgah Randolph 

Pitch Landing Hertford 

*Pittsboro fc. h] Chatham 

Pleasant Garden Guilford 

Pleasant Gnwe Alamance 

Pleasant Hill Northampton 

Pleasant Home Lincoln 

Pleasant Hidge Gaston 

Pleasansville Rockingham 

Plumraerville Robeson 

Plumtree Mitchell 

♦Plymouth [c. h] Washington 

Pocket Moore 

J'oint Caswell Pender 

Polkton Anson 

Pi)llocksville Jones 

Pool Rowan 

Poor's Ford ...Rutherford 

Poplar Branch Currituck 

Poplar Grove. Polk 

Poplar Hill Anson 

Portsmouth Carteret 

Potecasi Northampton 

Powelton Richmond 

Pralher's Creek. . . . Alleghany 

Piestonville Stokes 

Prce's Mil+ Union 

Price's Store Rockingham 

Pinceton Johnston 

Prospect Hall Bladen 

Prospect Hill Caswell 

Prosperity Moore 

Providence Ohatham 

Putlear's Creek Wilkes 

Purley ... Caswell 

Quaker Gay Stokes 

Quallatown Jackson 

Query's. . . Mecklenburg 

*Raleigii (c. h ) .Wake 

Eumsaytown Yancey 

Ramsayville Madison 

Ranaleburg Mecklenburg 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Riinsom's Bridge Nash 

Ray wood Union 

Ready Branch Wilkes 

Red Banks Robeson 

Red Cross Ranoolph 

Reddle's River Wilkes 

Red Hill Mitchell 

Red Mountain Orange 

Eed Oak Nash 

Red Plains .. Yadkin 

Red Shoals ...Stokes 

Reed Creek Davidson 

*Reidsville. Rockingham 

Resaca Duplin 

Reyn(;ldson Gates 

Rialto Chatham 

Riceville Buncombe 

Richardson's Creek.... .. Union 

Richland Valley Haywood 

Richlands Onslow 

Rich Mountain Taekson 

Rich Square Northampton 

Riddieksville Hertford 

Ridge's Creek Montgomery 

Ridge Spring ' ." ...Pitt 

Ridgeville ...Caswell 

llidgeway Warren 

Riggsbee'a Store .... Chatham 

RiTey's Cross Roads... . Franklin 

Ringwood . Halifax 

Riverdale Craven 

River Hill Iredell 

River View Mecklenburg 

Rives' Chapel Chatham 

Roaring Gap Wilkes 

Eoaring River Wilkes 

Robbinsville (c. h.} Graham 

Robersonville Martin 

Roberson Columbus 

Robin Hill Cumberland 

Roanoke Martin 

Rock Dale IMacon 

Rock Creek xVlamancc 

Hock Cut Iredell 

Rock Fish Duplin 

Rockford Surry 

*Rockingham Richmond 

Rock Level Rockingham 

Rock Spring Orange 

Rockwell Rowan 

Rocky Meadow David.son 

*Rocky IMount Edgecombe 

Rocky Pass McDowell 

Rocky Point Pender 



NOIiTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



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POST-OFFICK. COUN FY. 

Rodiinthe Dare 

RoiTors' Store Wake 

KoVesvillc Wake 

Rose Hay Hyde 

Rose Dale Pasijuotauk 

Rose Hill Duplin 

Rosindale Bladen 

Roslin Cumberland 

Round Peak Surry 

Rowan !\Iills Rowan 

Round Mountain Wilkes 

Roxobel Bertie 

Roxboro (c. h.) Person 

Ruffin Rockingham 

Rural Hall Forsyth 

Rusk Surry 

*Rutherfordton (c. h.) ..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 

Sinders' Store Carteret 

Sandy Creek Randolph 

Sandy Foundation Lenoir 

Sandy Grove Cliatham 

Sandy Mush Buncombe 

Sandy Plains Polk 

Sandy Ridge Stokes 

Sandy Sprii.gs Polk 

Sanford Moore 

Sans Souci Bertie 

Sassafras Fork Granville 

Sauratovvn Stokes 

Sawyersville Randolph 

Saxapahaw Alamance 

Science Hill Randolph 

•Scotland Neck. . Halifax 

Scott's Creek Jackson 

Scott's Cross Roads Iredell 

Scon's Hill Pender 

Scottville Ashe 

Scuppernong Washington 

Seaboard Northampton 

Sedges Garden Forsy the 

Selma Johnston 

Semora Caswell 

Settle Ircdel! 

Shady Grove Anson 

Shady Springs Ashe 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Shallotte Brunswick 

Shallow Ford Alamance 

Sharon ClCaveiand 

Sharpsburg Nash 

Shaw's Mills Guilford 

*Shelby [c. h.] Cleaveland 

Sherrill's Ford Catawba 

Shiloh Camden 

Ship Yard Camden 

Shoe Heel Robeson 

Shooting Creek Clay 

Slioups Ford Burke 

Shufordvdie Henderson 

Shull's Mills Watauga 

Sidney Columbus 

Seigle s Store Lincoln 

Silas Creek Ashe 

Siloam . ..Surry 

Silver Hill Davids;)n 

Silver Dale Onslow 

Simmon Grove Chatham 

Six Runs Sampson 

Skinnersville Washington 

Sladesville Hyde 

Small's Cross Roads Chowan 

Smithfield fc. h. J Johnston 

POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Smith Grove Davie 

Smith's Creek Pamlico 

Smith's Ford Cabarrus 

Smilhville [c. h.] Brunswick 

Smyrna Carteret 

Snead's Ferry Onslow 

Sneedsboro An.^c n 

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 
Sparkling CalawbaSprings, Catawba 



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NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Sparta Edgecombe 

Speight's Bridge Greene 

Spout Springs Harnett 

Spring Creek. Madison 

Springdale Haywood 

Spring Grove Iredell 

Springville Cabarrus 

Spring Hope Nash 

Spruce Pine Mitchell 

Stagg's Creek Ashe 

Stagville Orange 

Stanhope Nash 

Stanley's Creek Gaston 

Stantonsburg Wilson 

State Road . .Surry 

*Statesville [c. h.] Iredell 

Stecoali Graham 

Steele Creed Mecklenburg 

Stencil House Hyde 

Sterling's Mills Kobeson 

St'ce's Shoal Cleaveland 

Still Hluff Pender 

Stocksviile Duncoinbe 

Sloneville . Rockingham 

Stonewall Pamlico 

Stony Creek Caswell 

Ston3' Fork ' . . . Watauga 

Stony Hill ..Wilkes 

Stony Point ..Alexander 

Stony Ridge Surrj' 

Stout Union 

Strabane Lenoir 

Stumpy Point Dare 

Stump Souna Onsluw 

Sugar Grove Watauga 

Sugar Hill McDowell 

Sulphur Springs Montgomery 

Suminci field Guilford 

Sunbury Gates 

Sunny Side Halifax 

Supply Brunswick 

Sutherlands Ashe 

SAvannanoa 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.J Edgecombe 



POST-OFFrCE. COUNTY. 

Tarheel Bladen 

Tar Landing Onslow 

Taylor's Bridge Sampson 

Taylorville [c. h.] Alexander 

Teachey's Duplin 

The Cape Dare 

*Thomasville Davidson 

Thompson ville Rockingham 

Three Forks Yancey 

Tobaccoville Forsyth 

Toisnot Wilson 

Tolarsville Robeson 

Tomatola Cherokee 

Toms Creek. Surry 

Topsail Sound PendeV 

Town Creek Brunswick 

Townesville Granville 

Trail Branch i\Iadison 

Trap Hill Wilkes 

Trenton [c. h.].... Jones 

Triangle Lincoln 

*Trinity College Randolph 

Troublesome Rockingham 

Troutman's Iredell 

Troy [c. h.] . . Montgomery 

Troy's Store Randolpli 

Troyville Harnett 

Tryon City Polk 

Tuckahoe Jones 

Tulin Cabarrus 

Turkey Tail Burke 

Turuersburg. . . Iredell 

Turnpike Buncombe 

Turner's Mountain Surrv 

Turtletown Cherokee 

Tusquitee Clay 

Tuttle's Cross Roads Caldwell 

Tyra Moore 

Tysor's Mills Chatham 

Union Hertford 

Union Church Moore 

University Station Orange 

Uwharie Montgomery 

Valley Crucis Watauga 

Valley Springs Rutherford 

Valley Town . . .Cherokee 

Vanceville Buncombe 

Vandemere [c. h.] Pamlico 

Vest's Clierokee 

Vienna Forsyth 

Vdla Franca Rowan 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OKFICK. COINTY. 

Wadeville .Monti^omeiy 

Waddull's H)ckin<:;li;im 

" W'adesboro [c. h] Anson 

Wakefield Wake 

Wake Forest College Wake 

Walkerstown Forsyili 

Walkersville Union 

Wallace Duplin 

Walnut Cove Stokes 

Walnut Hill Ashe 

Walnut Mountain IMadison 

Walnut Run ..Madison 

AVard's Mill Onslow- 
Ward's Store Robeson 

Wardville Chowan 

Warlick's Mills Burke 

Warm Springs Madison 

Warren Plains Warren 

*\Varrenton [c. h.] Warren 

Warrensville Sampson 

Warsaw Duplin 

*\Vashington (c. h) ... .Beaufort 

Watauga Fi'Us Watauga 

Whtkinsville ....Stokes 

AVatsonvjlle . . ..Rowan 

* Waynesville fc. h.) Haywood 

Weaver's Creek .... VVarren 

Weaversford Ashe 

Weaverville ..Buncombe 

Webb's Ford Rutherford 

''Webster (c. h ) Jackson 

•*Weldon Halifax 

*Wentworrli (c. h.).. .Rockingham 

West Brook Bladen 

Westlield Stokes 

W^estminster Guilford 

West's Mill JNIacon 

Whitaker's. ... Edgecombe 

White Hall Bladen 

Wiggins' Cross Roads Gates 

Wilbar Granville 

Williamsboro Granville 

White House Randolph 

White Marsh Washington 

White Oak Bladen 

White Oak Hall Polk 

White Plains Surry 

White Road Forsyth 

White Rock , Madison 

Wliiteside Cove lackson 

While's Store Anson 



rOST-OFFK'i;. COUNTY. 

Whiteville (c. ii.) Columbus 

Wiiileville Depot Columbus 

^Vlly Not Randolph 

Wikles Store Macon 

Wilkesboro [c. h.] Wilkes 

Williamsburg Iredell 

*Williamst()n [c. h j. . . . . . .Martin 

Willis Creek ... Bladen 

Willow Branch Gates 

Willow Green Greene 

*Wilmington [c. h.].. New Hanover 

*W^ilson (c. h.) Wilson 

Wilson's Mills Johnston 

Wilson's Store Stokes 

W"iltou Granville 

Winchester Union 

Winder Moore 

*\vindsor [c. h.] Bertie 

Winfall Perquimans 

Winslow • Harnett 

Winstead Person 

* Winston (c. li.) Forsyth 

WMnton (c. h.) Hertford 

Witteni)erg Alexander 

Wolf Creek Cherokee 

Wolf Jlountain Jackson 

Wolf Pond Union 

Wolfsville Union 

Wolfbridge Craven 

Woodland Northampton 

Woodlawn Gaston 

Woodleaf Rowan 

Woodsdale Person 

Woodsviile Perquimans 

Wynnsville Martin 

Yadkin College Davidson 

Yadkin Valley Davidson 

Yadkinville |"c h.] Yadkin 

Yancey's Store Person 

Yancey ville (c. h.) Caswell 

YeatesVille ' Beaufort 

Yellow Hill Wilkes 

Yellow ]\Iountam jSIitchell 

York Collegiate Institute. Alexander 

Yorkville Bladen 

Young Cross Roads Granville 

Youms' Mill Catawba 

Zion Yadkin 

Zoar Union 



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