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1879. 



1880. 




Winston, Salsa ni km\m 

DIRECTORIES. 

A. C. YOQLER, 



Main Street, !-mi1< m N". O. 
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN AEL KINDS OP 







IP* -til. ** JOL JL t i* 



Lati „t Improvements— Most Ttxjjfr&te Terms. 

*@r Undertaking in ^H^its Branches- ~?_ 



S^rS 



HARDW.AR'E STORE 

S. jbJ.^a£lEN, 

WTNgpON; \. 

Wholesale and I^etaiWUeaxer in 



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looking and Mieating Stoves, 

eJXows* Anvils, Yicss, 

ZJOOtfS £4S#, BUNDS, &c. 






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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



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T. I,. VAUGHN. 




Warehouse, 



DN, N. C. 



THE COLLECTION OF 

NORTH CAROLINIANA 

PRESENTED BY 

Mittie Wiley 




— — — ii "• / 1 3>i -"I Vissi ~4^' "4,*Si *<S& \s 



C971-3U 
W78e 

1879-80 



] WAREHOUSE IN N, C, 

'rices Guaranteed! 

and Mr. J S. SCALES as Floor-Manasrer, 



»uu iti.ij j. <^,. iv liAittiAivi as Auctioneer, are still with us, and would be pleased to 
see their many friends at the Piedmont. 

JYORFMjEET <*• VAUGUA*, Fropr's. 

Wm. T. Yogler, 

Watchmaker and Jeweler, 

Opposite Merchant's Hotel, 
WINSTON, N. C. 

Keeps constantly on hand a large assortmen 

of Clocks. Watches, Jewelry, Silver :ind 

Silver-Plated Ware, Walking Canes, 

and Spectacles of every description. 

83^" Repairing done promptly and all work 

warranted. 




REICH & REMPSOJT, 




ROOFING AND GUTTERING and Repairing a specialty. All kinds of Tin-Ware 
kepi constantly on hand at Wholesale and Retail. Law prices and proud work 

(; i a it a n r i; e D . 

Winston and Snlem, IN". C. 



/ (S U 1 (J. r-J 

CHAS. EMERSON & CO.'S 





NORTH CAROLINA, 

DIRECTORY, 

i879-'8o. 

Being a Complete Index to the Residents of the cities, 



ALSO, A CLASSIFIED 



Business Directory, 



TOGETHER WITH A 

STREET DIRECTORY, 

A Gazetteer of Guilford and Forsyth Counties, 
-AND A- 

POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

(Copyright applied for.) 



Price, Three Dollars. 



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

1879. 



SMITH'S 




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W EfllCIM . 

■WINSTON, r^. o. 

Keeps a Full Line of 

Medicines, Trusses, 
fpOILET AND ^ANCY ^KTICLES, 

^ BRUSHES. 

Cigars and Fine Tobacco, 

STATIONERY, 

Fancy Box Paper, 

^^ Pnre Wines and Liprsfor Medicinal Use, 

PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT filled with Dr. Squibb's Preparations. Buyers 
will find it to their interest to call before purchasing elsewhere. 

REMEMBER THE PLACE. 




E. BELO, Vice Presiden 



? 1 CAPITAL $150,000. 



MAS. A. GRAY.As't 



Wadwviu patiomil IBank, 



f*0 



WINSTON, N. C. 

^Collections Made on all Accessible Points.^! 



JAS. A. GRAY, 

WINSTON, N C, 

GENERAL 

Office at Wachovia National Bank. 
Loans on Eeal Estate Negotiated at Eeasonable Eates. 



GENERAL INDEX. 

, ,. PAGE. 

Appendix 125 

I inks j"jj. 

I .lueational j ,! 

Churches l ■» 

City Government of Greensboro 12f t 

City Government of Salem ."".'.'.'.'.'! "l25 

City Government of Winston '.'.".".'."'. li"> 

Forsyth County Government p">,i 

Gazetteer of Forsyth ml Guilford Counties jjl 

General Directory of Names 

Government of North ( irolm i 1 ([ 

Greensboro Business Directory ZZ'ZZ. 117 

Guilford County Government 128 

HintoiK il Sketches ~n 

Introductory ••• in 

List of Merchants. ]■, 

Post-Office Directory '.ZZZZZZZZZZZ"ZZBacko{ Book 

Street Directory &T*. VI 

United States Courts 1 I 

United States Government j in 

W inston and Salem Easiness Directory eg 



Index to Advertisements. 

Allen BE... FrontCover 

Brown & Vaughn j^ 

Browns Warehouse j\ 

Caldcleugh EM iZZZ.ZlZZZZZZ/BackCo\er 

Carter, Rives & Co HO 

R en ^ a lS ote i,-« 1.^.3. "::::::::::'.::::::::::;Ba C 'k cover 

Douthit Mrs T B 41 

first National Bank of Winston. V III 

Fries F* IB ZZZZZZZ'Z.Inset 

Fulkerson J B 7S 

Graj James V j-\ 

Griffith WA & Son XXI r 

Hinsbaw Bros 14 

Indl in i House Opposite Post Offiee Due: tors 

Johnston Robt B Inse t 

Beak & \\ llson P39 

Niss?nWM... ZZZ. .ZZZ.ZZZZZZZZ'Zinstt 

Udell, Banan & Co Inset 

Piedmont Air-Line Railway ..'.'.'.Back Paster 

Piedmont Warehouse FrontPaster 

Pton I & Stockton Inset 

Reich <fe Rempson "... '.'.'. .".'.'*."."..".. FrontPaster 

Salem Iron Works . Inset 

Salem Female Academy. •>•: 

Siddall II A .' yi'f'j 

Smith's Drug and Medicine store " '. ' IV 

Spach WE ' ! in 

The Biblical Recorder . " " .'..' jii'set 

The Central Protestant . ii:j 

The Union Republican !! "" [" ' "." ". i'.v, 

The \\ inston Leader 7S 

The Winston Sentinel Inset 

Thompson Dr V Under Population 

\anstoryCP Back Cover 

£ og ! er £, c FrontCover 

VoglerWmT Front Paster 

Wachovia National Bank • [V 

Washington City, Virginia Midland & Great Southern Railroad 64 

WatkinaDrCJ ua 









Greensboro Street Directory. 



Ash, 2 w Elnn, from Gaston s to limits 

Ashboro, from cor Fayetteville and Gorrell s e to limits 

Bragg, 2 s of s limits, from Ashboro to Mebane road 

Cedar, 5 w Elm, from Salisbury road n to limits 

Centre, 1 e of e limits, from Gorrell n 

Church is the continuation of Elm, from Clay n e to limits 

Clay, 2 n Market n w to Green 

College, 1 w of w limits, from Market n to Delphina 

Davie, 1 e Elm, from Fayetteville n to Church 

Edgeworth, 3 w Elm, from Washington n to limits 

Elm (main business street), running n and s to limits 

Factory, 1 s Washington, from Forbes e to limits 

Fayetteville, 1st s railroad, from Elm s e to Gorrell 

Forbes, 2 e Elm, from Washington n to Lindsay 

Gaston, 1 n of Market e and vv to limits 

Gilmer, 5 e Elm, from Washington n to Lindsay 

Gorrell, from cor Fa}'ettevillc and Ashboro e to limits 

Green, 1 w Elm, from Sycamore n to Belle Meade av, thence 

n w to limits 
Lee, 1 s of south limits, from Ashboro w to Mebane road 
Lindsay, 1 leading off of Church e to limits 
Lyndon, 3 e Elm, from Market s to Washington 
Mebane, 2 n Market, from Davie e to Forbes 
Mebane road, 1st s of railroad, from Elm s w to limits 
Mendenhall, 2 w of w limits, running n and s 
New, 3 s Market, from Ash to Davie 
Percy, 4 e Elm, from Market n to Lindsay 
Spring, 4 w Elm n and s to limits 

Sycamore, 1st s of Market, from Edgeworth e to Lyndon 
Washington, 2 s Market, from Edgeworth e to limits 
Walker av, continuation of New, from Ash w to limits 



Salem Street Directory. 

Ash, 3 w Main, from West s to mill 
Bank, 4 s 1st, from Church w to Cherry 



VII 

Belew's Creek, 1 s of 1st, from Salt e to limits 

Cedar av is that part of Church, from Cemetery s to Bank 

Cemetery, 2 s 1st, from Salt e to limits 

Cherry, 3 w Main, from 1st s to New Shallovvford 

Chestnut, 2 e Main, from 1st s to Cemetery 

Church, 1st e Main, from 1st s to limits 

Elm 2d w Main, from 1st s to Old Shallowford 

High 1 s of 1st, from Elm w to tfew Shallowford 

Laure , 5 w Main, from Old Shallowford s to West 

Main (main business street), from 1st s to limits 

Magnolia, 6 w Main, from Old Shallowford, s to West 

Marshall 1st w Main, from Old Shallowford s to Mill 

Mill, b s 1st from Church w to limits 

Mulberry 4 w Main., from Old Shallowford s to West 

™7*x h ? ,0 "; ford > 3 s lst > f rom Main w to limits 

Old Shallowford, 5 s 1st, from Church w to limits 

Fine, 4 w Mam, from 1st s to New Shallowford 

Poplar, 2 w Main, from Old Shallowford s to Mill 

Salt, 1 w Mam, from 1st s to Old Shallowford 

Spruce, 5 w Main, from 1st s to New Shallowford 

Walnut, 7 s 1st, from Church w to limits 

West, 6 s 1st, from Church w to limits 



Winston Street Directory. 

1st is the dividing line of Winston and Salem, two squares 

s of Court House e and w to limits 
2d, 1 n 1st, from railroad w to Spruce 
3d s s Court House, from Cheirv e to limits 
4th, n s Court House, e and w to limits 
5tb, 1st n Court House Square, e and w to limits 
6th, 2 n Court House Square, from depot w to Spring 
7th, 3 n Court House Square, from Cherry e to limits 
Broad, 8 w Mam, from 1st n to 5th 
Cherry, 3 w Main, from 1st n to 7th 
Chestnut, 2d e of Main, from 1st n to Liberty 
Church, 1st e Main, from 1st n to 6th 
Depot, 3 e Main, from 1st n to Liberty 
Elm, 2d w of Main, from 4th s to 1st 
Liberty, 1st w Main, from 1st n to Liberty Addition 



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Liberty Addition is all that portion of town from Depot n e 

to limits 
Main (main business street), e s Court House, from 1st n to 

Liberty 
Old Town, 2d w Main, from 4th n to limits 
Pine, 4 w Main, from 1st n to 6th 
Poplar, w Main, from 4th n to 6th 
Spring, 7 w Main, from 1st n to 6th 
Spruce, 5 w Main, from 1st n to 6th 
Sycamore, 2d e Depot, from 4th to 5th 
Vine, 1st e of Depot, from 5th to 4th 



H. A. SIDDALL, 



DEALER IN 



General Merchandise, 

SALEM and WIHSTOH, K. G. 

J. A. Bitting, S. H. Hodgin, J. W. Alspaugh. R. T. Stedman, 

President. Vice-President. Cashier. Ass't Cashier. 

(Organized February, 1876.) 

First National Bank 

OF 

WINSTON, 

(UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,) 

WINSTON, N. C. 

CAPITAL, $100,000 

SURPLUS, 20,000 

■" Collections iw. ive special and careful attention. 

DIRECTORS: 



J. A. BITTING, 


'. W. ALSPAUGH, 


T. J. BROWN, 


8. H. HODGIN, 


W. A. WHITAKER, 
N. D. SULLIVAN. 


C. hAMLIN, 



J. T. Brown. J. 2). Vtougkn. 

BROWN & VAUGHN, 




» ■ 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




Keep Constantly on hand a large lot ok 



Iron, JSteel. 

Coach and Wagon 



MATERIAL, 

B ellows 

&c , &c. 




Tools, "Vises. 

Horse and Mule 



SHOES, 

Anvils, 

&c , ice 

We also keep a large and assortefl stock of 
EOORS, S^Sti J^IXJD IB LIN IDS, 

And in fact everything usually needed by farmers, mechan'cs, contract- 
ors, etc. Cooking unci Healing Stoves a specialty. All orders 
carefully and promptly filled at lowest cash prices. Merchants supplied 
at close figureSj We are agents for the sale of the justly celebrated Va. 
Feed Cutter, which is conceded to be the* best in use. We promise our 
best efforts to please all who may favor us with their patronage. 

BROWN & VAUGHN. 



J. T. Brown. 



W. B. Carter, Jk. 



J. R. Pierce. 



Brown's Warehouse, 

WINSTON, N. 0, 




This old established House has sold more tobacco the present year than any other 
Warehouse in Winston. Always guarantee the best handling for 3 - our Tobacco, and 
the highest market prices. 

R. D. MOSELEY. Auctioneer ) J J< T>J)f)WN & Cf\ 

P. A. WILSON, JR., Book-keeper. \ J. 1. £> LIU W iV (X LU. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



To the Citizens of Winston, Salem and Greensboro : 

We take pleasure in presenting to our patrons this, our 
first, Directory of Winston, Salem and Greensboro. The 
compiling of a directory is always a task of no mean mag- 
nitude, peculiarly susceptible to errors, but we have brought 
to this work the experience of several years in other and 
larger cities and have conscientiously endeavored to make 
the initial guide to Winston, Salem and Greensboro a credit 
to our many patrons and ourselves, and we trust that upon 
examination it will be found correct and satisfactory. 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 cities. 

Hoping that our first work has been of such a character 
as to gain for us the confidence of the people, and cause 
.them to retain their patronage for us in 1881, we remain 
Your respectfully, 

CHAS. EIERSOU & CO. 



Historical Sketches 



OF 



SALEM AND WINSTON.* 



SALEM. 

In 1749, the British Parliament passed an act recognizing 
the Moravian Church, or Unitas Fratrvm, as a Protestant 
Episcopal Church, and attention being drawn to the Mora- 
vians as a quiet, sober and religious people, it became de- 
sirable to persons owning large tracts of land in the American 
Colonies and other countries, to induce them to make set- 
ments thereon. Among the many invitations offered, the 
most acceptable was the one made by Lord Granville, Pres- 
ident of the Privy Council, who was the owner of a large 
tract of land in North Carolina. He offered to Count Zin- 
zendorf, a leading and zealous Moravian, 100,000 acres of 
land in North Carolina on very reasonable terms. The offer 
was accepted, and, in 1753, Lord Granville conveyed to Jas. 
Hutton, of London, Secretary of the Unitas Fratrum, the title 
of said tract, lying in what was then Rowan county, but 
which by the successive sub-divisions of that county into 
other counties, now lies in Forsyth county. The tract was 
called Wacliovia, altera valley in Austria which it somewhat 
resembled and which was formerly in the possession of the 
Zinzendorf family. 

The first settlement in the Wachovia tract was made in 
1753, at Bethabara (or Old Town), about 6 miles from the 



♦In compiling the history of these towns, we have been greatly aided 
bv copious extracts from the "Centennial Oration, delivered at Salem- 
Winston, July 4th, 187<5. by Robt. 1. Gray, Esq , of Raleigh, N. C," and 
from "A Guide Book of North-Western North Carolina— a description of 
the country and its industrial pursuits, L. V. & E. T. Blum, printers, 
Salem, N. C, 1878."' — E. & Co. 



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subsequently settled town of Salem. The second settlement 
(in 1759) was at Bethania, about three miles north of Beth- 
aba ra. 

On his last visit to America, in J 700, Count Zinzendorf, 
under the direction of the General Board of the United 
Brethren, had recommended the founding of a central settle- 
ment, to which he gave the name of Salem. On the Gth of 
January, 176(3, the first tree was felled for the first house in 
Salem, and on the 19th of February, 17GG, libiir newly ar- 
rived immigrants from Europe and four residents of Betha- 
bara occupied the house — a log hut still standing and now 
used as a part of Mr. Shaffner's potter -shop. On the 20th 
of February, the place was surveyed and the public square 
was laid out. In June, 1766, the corner stone was laid for 
the first family house, and in August the building was com- 

. pleted. The first settlers were Gottfried Praetzel, Niels 
Peterson, Jens Schmidt, John Birkhead, George Holder, 
Jacob Steiner, Michael Ziegler, Melchoir Rasp. 

In 1768, Fred. W. de Marshall, to whom James Hutton 
had transferred the legal title to the Wachovia tract, re- 
turned from Europe and commenced the administration of 
the new town. Mr. Marshall was the son of a Saxon army 
officer and received a strict military education in his youth. 
He was intended for military or court service, but his incli- 
nations led him to the ministry, especially after he visited 
Herrnhut and formed the acquaintance of Count Zinzen- 
dorf and the Brethren. He was a man of great working 
capacity and possessed remarkable qualifications for organ- 
zation, being determined, active, methodical and prompt in 
thought and action. He may be regarded the real founder^ 
of Salem, and the inspiring genius of its success and prov 

* gress in its earlier days. In 1763, he had been appointed 
superintendent of all the temporal affairs of the Church in 
Wachovia, a position requiring the utmost prudence and 
vigilance, and a place which he occupied until his death in 
1802. He came ns the Attorney and Agent of James Hut-^ 
ton, of London, the Trustee of the Wachovia Tract, to ad- 
minister the affairs of the Land Company which had been 
formed to facilitate the payment of the purchase money and 
the discharge of the annual rent of the land. 

Lord Granville sold the tract of 100,000 acres, not in fee 
simple but on long lease, receiving a stated annual rent. 



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Mr. Marshall and his successors sold to purchasers in the 
same way, reserving a nominal rent. Upon the formation 
of the Land Company a tract of 500 acres wa9 reserved for 
the Salem congregation which was subject to the lease sys- 
tem. The Company having paid to Lord Granville a gross 
sum in lieu oi rent and obtained the fee, all the land sold 
beyond the 500 acres were sold in fee simple also. The title 
in Marshall's successors was confirmed after the Revolution 
by special act of the Legislature of North Carolina. There 
have been no leases created in Salem for about twenty-five 
years and the number of those in existence is being rapidly 
diminished as property changes hands by death or sales. 

In earlier days all property was held by and business con- 
ducted under the supervision of a Church Board, and through 
agents appointed by it. The Church was the capitalist, and 
the hotel, store, tannery, or other business, was subject to its 
control. The agents received salaries and a certain per eent- 
fij age of profits, the surplus going into the Church fund to be 
applied to Church purposes, just as the profits of the Acad- 
emy and Land Office are applied at present. The "Econo- 
my," a system something similar to that of the modern 
Commune, was never in vogue in Salem. In Herrnhut, 
' Bethlehem and Bethabara it was in vogue for a time, but it 
was never observed in Salem. The monopoly system, by 
which all were restrained from following certain occupations 
except bv permission of the Church authorities, was in vogue 
until 1840. 

Prior to about 1850 no persons were allowed to reside in 
Salem, at least to hold property by lease or otherwise, except 
members of the Church. The first exceptions made were in 
favor of Thos. J. Wilson and Henry A. Lemly. In the case 
of the former, the Church Board, when it sold the tract of 
51 acres to the county of Forsyth for a county seat, required 
that the lot held by Mr. Wilson under a lease, should be sold 
to him at a moderate price. 

The municipal government of the town was also under the 
control of the Church, and remained so until 1857, when a 
disestablishment took place, and regular civil authority was 
established, and the management of the town affairs passed 
into the control of a Mayor and Board of Commissioners. 

In 1770 the beautiful burial ground was cleared and en- 
closed. The same order and system which characterize all 



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♦ 

the undertakings of the Church and town were observed in 
the arrangement of the Cemetery, and have been adhered to 
through the long intervening years. Separate lots, or sec- 
tions, were arranged for the burial of the different classes 
composing the congregation, one half of the acre, or lot, be- 
ing devoted as a resting place for the female members and 
all the other for the male members of the congregation. 
These are subdivided into lots or sections for the burial of 
married and single brethren and sisters, and of children, 
according to sex and age. 

In 1771 the Congregation, or Gemein House, was finished 
and consecrated, and remained until 1854, when it was re- 
moved to give place to the hew Academy Building, which 
adorns the town. This was followed in slow succession, as 
appears to us in this generation, when towns are built in a 
fortnight and cities spring like magic from the plain, by 
family houses and buildings for the use of artisans plying 
the occupations so necessary and useful to a newly settled 
colony in a new and thinly settled country. The houses, 
built in the honest days were substantial and strong; many 
of them remain this day, while others have given place to 
the ravages of time and the greater and more urgent needs 
of the growing congregation and community. 

During the Revolutionary War, Salem was visited fre- 
quently by detachments and scouting parties from both 
armies, and the main British army under Cornwallis passed 
through the settlement, taking provisions, cattle and horses, 
but not wantonly destroying any property. 

In 1784 Governor Martin and 63 members of the Legis- 
lature spent several weeks in Salem for the purpose of hold- 
ing their session, bnt did not obtain a quorum. 

In May, 1791, Salem was visited by Gen. George Washington, 
first President of the United States, then on his way to visit 
Governor Martin, who lived in that county. He was enter- 
tained at the town tavern, now the Salem Hotel, and kindly 
and courteously received the large number of visitors who 
paid their respects to the distinguished soldier and states- 
man. The room he occupied is immediately above the office 
of the hotel, and is often exhibited to visitors by the kind 
and venerable gentleman who now dispenses the hospitality 
of the place. Tradition says that the large beam which 
spans the ceiling of the public room was placed there to 



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support the floor of the room above, when thronged with 
the crowding guests of the President. President Washing- 
ton was presented with a courteous and patriotic address in 
behalf of the people of Wachovia, and responded to the 
same in fitting terms, truly saying that "from a society 
whose governing principles are industry and the love of 
order, much may he expected towards the improvement of 
the country in which their settlements are formed, and ex- 
perience authorizes the belief that much will be obtained. "> 

In 1791 was built the old paper-mill, the first in the State, 
which was enlarged and supplied with new machinery from 
time to time, until January, 1873, when it was destroyed by 
fire, being owned at the time by Robert Gray, of Winston*. 

In 1798 the corner-stone of the present Church building 
was laid, and in 1800 the house was completed and conse- 
crated to divine worship. 

In 1803, the authorities, responding to the urgent requests 
of strangers who had observed the attention which the Mo- 
ravians paid to the education of their children, and who 
desired that their own children should enjoy the benefit of 
the same excellent training, determined to establish a board- 
ing school for girls, and in the same year the Academy was 
opened for the reception of scholars. Steadily since that 
time the school has increased in usefulness and reputation, 
noted throughout the Southern States for the thoroughness 
of the mental and moral training it affords, the excellency 
of the discipline it employs, and the comforts and conve- 
niences which the boarding department ensures. It has 
never succumbed to the causes which produce failure in 
other institutions, but in the midst of wars and panics it 
has been liberally patronized by eager parents and guar- 
dians in every State of the South. Wherever one may go, 
in the South, he will find the representatives of this Academy, 
venerable and respected matrons and blooming maids, adorn- 
ing society by means of the mental accomplishments and 
the graces and virtues of Christian' character which they 
obtained at this school. Salem, in all its admiable history, 
can boast of no more fortunate event than the founding of 
the Female Academy. 

There is only one church (the Moravian) in Salem. Its 
articles of faith are governed principally by those of the 
" Augsburg Confession." Baptism is administered by pour- 



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ing. The Liturgical services are similar to those of the 
Episcopal Church. 

The usages of German European society were observed 
for many years; but these customs have gradually become 
Americanized, although many of them yet linger among 
the Moravians. 

Among the peculiar institutions of the early days was a 
single Brethren's house, where unmarried men of all ages 
could find a cheap boarding and lodging place, under the 
supervision of an inspector. The inmates dined in a large 
dining hall (refectory) and lodged in spacious dormitories 
on the upper floors or attic of the building. The large liv- 
ing rooms were occupied by several Brethren, while the 
smaller rooms were rented to individuals. The rules of the 
house were enforced b}' the inspector, while the cook was 
lord of the kitchen, and it was always best to keep on the 
best of terms with him. The prices paid for these accom- 
modations were very low, and intended only to pay current 
expenses, keep up repairs, &c. The living rooms were 
plainly furnished by the renters, and unnecessary show was 
always discountenanced, if not actually forbidden. This 
Brethren's house has long since been discontinued, and is 
now occupied as a Widow's house, where widowed members 
of the Church find a comfortable asylum at moderate ren- 
tals. 

The single Sisters' house, an asylum for single sisters, is 
yet in successful operation. 

These two buildings (Widows' and Sisters' house), with 
the Church, Academy, Boys' School and several large resi- 
dences, grouped about the Public Square, give this part of 
Salem something of the appearance of an old German town. 
Indeed, all the surroundings of the t jwn remind one very 
forcibly of Cpntinental Eurooe, environed, as it is, by beauti- 
ful rolling woodlands and fine meadows, through which 
meander limpid streamlets, all affluent of the Middle Fork 
of the Muddy Creek, which flows at the lower end of the 
town. The elevation of Main street is about 1,000 feet 
above the sea, giving to the town a salubrious atmosphere 
and most excellent water. 

Among the peculiar customs of the good old times is a 
night watchman, who originally intoned or sang, in the 
German language, the time of night, and announcing that 



XVII 

all was well. Now, the conch-shell is used and time indi- 
cated in the following manner : 10 o'clock, one long tone; 
11 o'clock, two long tones; 12 o'clock, three long tones. After 
1 o'clock, one short note; at 2 o'clock, two short notes, &c, 
tfcc. The watchman retires about 4 o'clock A. M , or re- 
mains on his beat without noting the passing hours 

The town has an excellent system of water- works, estab- 
lished in 1778, but enlarged and perfected in 1878. 

In 1837 the "Salem Cotton Factory " was built by a stock 
company, by whom it was operated for several years It 
was then sold to private parties and has frequently changed 
owners. In 1870 it was purchased by Messrs. F. & II. 
Fries and fitted up as a steam fllouring mill. 

The chief enterprise of the town consists of the large 
cotton and woollen factories of F. & H. Fries, established by 
the late Francis Fries in 1840, and from time to time en- 
larged, until now they are, perhaps, the most extensive 
manufactories in the State. 

The Salem Agricultural Works, C. A. Hege Proprietor, 
established a few years since, is the most extensive estab- 
lishment of its kind in Western North Carolina, and does a 
large and increasing business. 

The Salem Printing Office was established by John C. 
Blum in November, 18*27. January 6th, 1829, the Weekly 
Gleaner, a family newspaper, appeared. In 1830 the paper 
was enlarged under the name of Farmers? T&epvrter and 
Weekly Cfawnicle, and published five years. In 1841 the 
Carolina Gazette was published, and continued for two years, 
followed in 1851 by The I'<<>j,]>'.-< Press, which has been pub- 
lished over twenty-five yerrs. The well known and popular 
Farmer's and Planter's Alumnae was commenced in L828, and 
has been published uninterruptedly by the same family far 
half a century. It has the. largest circulation of any publi- 
cation in the State. 



WINSTON. 



Adjoining Salem and separated from it by a street, is the 
town of Winston, the county seat of Forsyth. 

After the division of the county of Stokes in 184S, and 
the erection of Forsyth county, a spot was selected for the 



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county seat abont one mile from the centre of Salem. The 
locality known as ''Double Branches." near the County Pauper 
House, being nearly the centre of tlie county, was thought 
by some to be a proper place for the location of the seat of 
justice. It was, however, located as before stated, and was 
known as S .ilem. For some reason, most probably because 
of the lease system in vogue in Salem, as well as the system 
of monopoly in trade, which was not abolished until 1850, 
dissatisfaction arose in the county and a movement began 
for a change of name, which excited so much interest that 
it became the leading issue in the political canvass by the 
candidates for the Legislature in 1850. Those opposed to 
the change of name nominated a fusion ticket of two Whigs 
and two Demecrats, those in favor of the change nominating 
four Democrats. The latter were elected, and the Legisla- 
ture of 1851 declared that "the county town of Forsyth 
shall be styled and known as Winston, in honor of the hero 
of King's Mountain." Upon the selection of the spot for 
the county seat the Church Board sold 51 acres of land to 
the county of Forsyth at $5 per acre. This tract was 
divided into lots which were sold at auction, and from the 
proceeds of the sales the court house, jail and poor house 
were built, and the county started on its morning march, 
out of debt and full of hope for the future. 

The court house and jail were planned hy and built under 
the supervision of Mr. Francis Fries, in 1850. The first 
house built in what is now Winston was the present resi- 
dence of Judge T. J. Wilson, though the town had not then 
been laid off. The first residence built in Winston, after its 
establishment, was that of the late Mr. Jesse Kennedy. The 
first settlers were T. J. Wilson, Harmon Miller, Jesse Ken- 
nedy, Robert Gray, Peter A Wilson, Henry A. Holder, Fran- 
cis L. Gorrell, John P. Vest and David Cook. Mr. Harmon 
Miller opened the first store in a little building which until 
recently occupied the site whereon now stands the Norwood 
Building. 

The new town iir proved slowly; its trade was chiely bar- 
ter, though some of the merchants sold large quantities of 
dry goods, groceries, etc., to country merchants from the 
upper counties, at wholesale. In 1851 a plank road was 
completed to Winston from Favetteville, to which latter 
t}\vu this Northwestern section of the State had long bjen 



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tributary in the way of trade. After the completion of the 
North Carolina Railroad, the nearest depot for Winston was 
High Point, 18 miles distant, and between these places ran 
a daily stage. 

In 1870 the population of Winston was only 470. In 1878 
the Northwestern North Carolina Railroad was completed 
from Greensboro to Winston, distance 29 miles, thus furnish- 
ing the town with quicker communication with the busy 
world and increasing facilities of travel and freight trans- 
portation. The railroad was chartered by the State Con- 
vention of 1808. The citizens of Salem and Winston sub- 
scribed §30,000, Forsyth county § 100,000 by a vote of the 
people, and Greensboro $20,000. The State appropriated 
$10,000 per mile for the road ; the bonds were never sold, 
but returned to the State Treasury by order of the Legisla- 
ture. Mr. H. W. Fries, of Salem, was the first President, 
and Mr. E Belo his successor. Under his supervision, and 
by the assistance of the Richmond & Danville Railroad, the 
road was completed in July, 1873. 

THE TOBACCO MARKET. 

Previous to 1872, there was but little encouragement given 
to the people of Forsythe and adjoining counties for the 
cultivation of tobacco, to which the soil is especially adapted. 
The nearest market was Danville, Va , and the planters 
were compelled either to carry their tobacco by wagons to 
that market or sell to small manufacturers and speculators 
at prices which the latter might dictate. In 1872, Bob 
Moseley, at. present the well known auctioneer of Brown's 
warehouse, and Tom Jones, both of Danville, located in 
Winston as their headquarters and established a small mar- 
ket for leaf tobacco, which they bought for shipment to 
Danville. In the same year Maj. T. J; Brown removed to 
Winston from Davie county and conceived the idea of es- 
tablishing a warehouse for the sale of leaf tobacco. He en- 
tered cautiously upon the enterprise, leasing what had for- 
merly been a hotel stable and arranging it for his purpose. 
At the first sale a few planters patronized the warehouse, 
and good prices being obtained for their tobaeoo, encourage- 
ment was given to others in the county. Buyers from Dan- 
ville began to locate in Winston and the success of Maj. 



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Brown's enterprise was soon felt to be assured. During that 
season about 250,000 pounds of leaf tobacco were sold. A 
stimulus thus being given to the cultivation of tobacco by 
the competition of buyers on the market, Maj. Brown and 
others recognized the fact that the crop for the succeeding year 
would be much larger and his small warehouse would not 
be commodious enough to accommodate the planters. Ac- 
cordingly a stock company was formed, with Mr. P. A. 
Wilson as President, and a large warehouse was built, east 
of the court house. This, known as " Brown's Warehouse," 
and under the proprietorship of Maj. Brown and W. B. 
Carter, Esq., has been at different times enlarged, so that it 
is now one of the largest and best arranged warehouses in 
the South. 

On the 18th of February, 1873, another warehouse was 
built by Dr. W. A. Lash; having a large capacity, and is now 
under the popular management of Cabell Hairston. 

The Piedmont warehouse was also opened in 1873, under 
the management of Maj. Ham Scales and S. M. Hobson, who 
did a successful business. This house is probably the best 
lighted house in the place, and its accommodations are 
equal in every respect to either of the other two houses and 
enjoys a deserved and increased popularity second to no 
house in the State. Norfleet & Vaughn are its present pro- 
prietors. 

In 1878, the sales of tobacco in the various warehouses 
amounted to about 8,000,000 pounds. In 1872 there was 
one tobacco factory, of limited capacity, operated by Major 
Ham Scales. Now there are sixteen factories of large ca- 
pacity, some of them employing one hundred and fifty 
hands each. These manufacture all grades of chewing and 
smoking tobacco, which find a ready sale in this and other 
States. 

Manufacturers in Richmond, Danville, Baltimore, New 
York, St. Louis and Canada have representatives on the 
Winston market, and these, together with the buyers for the 
home factories and a horde of buyers for speculation, render 
competition strong and insure the best prices for the pro- 
ducts of the tobacco plantations of Forsythe, Davie, David- 
son, Yadkin, Surry, Stokes, Rockingham and one or two 
border counties of Virginia. The tobacco is of a fine quality ; 
much attention is paid to its cultivation and proper " curing;" 



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the soil of the counties named is highly suited to the staple ; 
the farmers are prosperous and out of debt; and the possi- 
bilities of Winston as a tobacco market have not yet been 
half touched. 

THE PROGRESS OF THE TOWN. 

Upon the establishment of the tobacco market and the 
completion of the railroad from Greensboro in 1873, Winston 
began to thrive and enlarge i'js boundaries. The resident 
contractors and builders and those who Hocked to the grow- 
ing town, have been busy since that time erecting stores, 
factories and residences. New streets have been opened, and 
where six years ago were fields and forests, are now popu- 
lous and busy streets. Then, a man standing at the court 
house could easily throw a stone to unoccupied woods, east 
or west ; now the town extends a mile or more, east and west. 
The value of real estate has increased from one hundred to 
five hundred per cent. The buildings erected have not been 
flimsy, temporary structures, but substantial and permanent, 
and in many instances of marked elegance. 

There are three large and and commodious hotels operated 
by gentlemen who understand how to make their guests 
comfortable and pleasant — and what is more, succeed in 
doing so. 

There are large wholesale and retail business houses, for 
the sale of all kinds of merchandise. The merchants are 
prosperous and prudent, and have an excellent standing in 
commercial circles. It might be expected that in a town 
of such rapid growth there would be reckless adventurers 
in trade and numerous failures in business ; but it is a fact 
worthy of note, that there have been but two or three (and 
those insignificant) failures since 1873. 

There are six churches in Winston — the Methodist, Meth- 
odist Protestant, Presbyterian, Baptist and Episcopal; two 
male academies and several smaller schools. 

There are two National Banks — the First National, cap- 
ital 8100,000, and the Wachovia National, capital $150,000. 

Winston has four newspapers. The Winston Sentinel, 
published by G. M. Mathes, Esq., and edited by him and 
Mr. Darlington ; the Winston Republican, edited and pub- 
lished by J. W. Goslin, Esq.; the Winston Leader, edited and 
published by J. A. Robinson, Esq., and the Church Messen- 



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ger, published by G. M Mathes, Esq , and edited by Rev. W. 
S. By num. 

There are many other enterprises which we might men- 
tion, if we had sufficient space, to show forth the wonderful 
growth and commercial importance of Winston. Suffice it 
to say, that the town now has a population of 3,500 and is 
continually growing. There is nothing of the " mushroom" 
element in the town — its growth and prosperity are sub- 
stantial and lasting, and it must, in the nature of things, 
continue to grow and become the most important inland 
town in the State. It is the natural outlet for the products 
of a large semi-circle of counties in Northwestern North Car- 
olina, rich in all the cereals, tobacco, fruit and metals. It 
has reached that point, too, of commercial importance which 
renders it almost independent of any attempts that may be 
made by other towns and sections to impede its progress by 
diverting trade from it. 

A railroad is projected and will doubtless be built from 
Mooresville, a point on the A. T & O. Railroad in Iredell 
county, through Davie and Yadkin county to Winston; and 
the town recently voted a subscription of $20,000 to the 
Mount Airy branch of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley 
Railroad. 

We close our sketch of the towns of Salem and Winston 
by adverting to the facts that the climate is highly salu- 
brious and healthy, and the people are industrious, honest, 
economical, intelligent and refined. The sale of spirituous 
liquors has long been strictly forbidden, and the salutary 
elt'ect of such a policy is seen and felt in the high moral 
tone of the community. 

wTaTgriffith & son, : 

MANUFACTUKEHS OF 

PHOTONS, 

Carriages, Buggies, &c. 

KEBNERSVILLE, N. C. 

1(6$* Repairing neatly ixecukd. 




Salem Female Academy, 

SALE M, N..C. 

Founded 1802. 

A notably pleasant and sat'.; home and high-clas^ School for giils and yonng 
"•omen. No undue, artifl 'ial stimulation in rhe way of mcdds or rewards. 
N • .-oi-ial distinctions. Eight Resident lady teach, rs. Sixteen instructors. 

Advance I Course of liberal (English and ' 1 issical) study tor graduation 
Superior adva itftgea in Music French ii«r1 (German. 

TEKlfH*: $215 per ^eholustie Year often months (Sep- 
icanucr lo June.) 

Rev. J. T. ZORN, Principal. 



Monthly Journal of Salem Female Academy. 

Contains Original Essays, Corresporience, School Intelli- 
gence, Personals, etc. Of special interest to all former pupils. 



R. B. A\I>KEWS. 



s. w. wuiti***. 





. Andrews & Co. 



Respectfully announce that their stock of 

CLOTHING, 

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

DRESS SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, 

Ties, Scarfs, Suspenders, 

HALF HOSE, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, 
UNDERWEAR. 

jggjTOrders by Mail or Express. 

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Population of Greensboro, Salem and Winston, 

(As taken by the Publishers of this Hook, 19th August, 1879). 



GREENSBORO 

WHITE. 

White Males 75!) 

White Fi nial* s, 821 



Total 1,580 



COLOKED. 

Colored Males 107 

Colored Females, 542 



Total, , 



949 



379 
433 



OUTSIDE. 

White Males ... 31!) I Col red Males 

White Females, 363 | Colored Females, 

Total, G82 j Total, .' . . 812 

Gruid total, 4,017 

SALEM. 

White Males 459 I Colored Males, 72 

White Females, 588 | Colored Females, G7 

Total 1,047 J To'al, 139 

Grand total, 1,186 

WIXSTON. 

White Males 877 j Colored Vales 687 

Wi ite Female-, 967 | Colored Females, 656 



Total, . 



1.844 1 Total 1,343 

Grand total, 3,187 




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HE IS CONSTANTLY RENEWING IIJS STOCK OF 

Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Leads, Toilet 
and Fancy Articles, and everything else usu- 
ally kept in a first-class Drug Store, 
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ABBREVIATIONS. 



;ijrt agent 

al a.llej 

BT livi'liu 1 -' 

fids boards 

bet between 

bkpr book keeper 

bldg building 

ck clerk 

c . colored 

com mer commission 

merchant 

condr conductor 

cor - corner 

dept deputy 

dist district 

E or e east 

• - .east side 



lab laborer 

mkr maker 

unit'.: manufacturing 

mnfr .-manufacturer 

N or n north 

n e . north ea-t 

nr near 

ti s north side 

aw north west 

Opp opposite 

pk park 

pl . place 

P O ill's- office 

Pres president 

prin principal 

propr proprietor 

pub.: publisher 



r resilience 

rd ro id 

ret retail 

Rev Reverend 

s e SOUlh east 

S or s smith 

s s south side 

st street 

S W south west 

•e • secretary 

supt superintendent 

treas treasurer 

YV Or W West 

W S West side 

who! wholesale 

wid widow 

wks works 



A BBIE COLE (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Adams James (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r Liberty Addi- 
tion 

Adams John, bds Winston Hotel 

Adams John C, auctioneer J Brook-field, bds Wilson House 

Adams Richard (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Adams Robert (c), wks By d urn, Cotton & Jones, bd9 w .- 

Liberty 2 s 5th 
Aiken James (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r e end 3d near 

limits 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY 



Albea Eugene P, bkpr S H Smith, r n w cor Cherry and 4th 

Albea Hiram (c), wks Brown & Brother, r s Liberty 

Albea Win W, minister, r n w cor Cherry and 4th 

Alberty Thomas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Albright Julius C (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, bds.w s Lib- 
erty 2 s 5th 

Albright Lewis (c), wks W W Wood, bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

Albright Rufus (c , r nr w end 2d 

Alford Wm (c), wks W W Wood 

Allbody Eliza, wid of Junius, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Allen Andy (c), waiter Winston Hotel, r same 

Allen Anthony (c), waiter Wilson's Hotel, r Liberty Addi- 
tion 

Allen Bristo (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Allen Nathaniel M, clkS E Allen, bds w sOld Town 3 s 6th 

Allen Stephen (c), wks C Hamlen & Co 

Allen Sydney E, general hardware, agricultural im- 
plements, stoves, house-furnishing goods, etc, s w cor 
Main and 3d, r w s Spruce 2 s 4th 

Allen Wm c), wks Brown & Brother, bds e end 3d n R R 

Alspaugh Frank, well-digger, r s Liberty 

Alspaugh Frank P, canvasser Singer sewing machine, 
r 7 miles w Winston 

Alspaugh & Buxton (John W Alspaugh and John C 
Buxton), attys at law and insurance, n w cor Liberty 
and 5th 

Alspaugh John W (Alspaugh & Buxton), cashier 1st 
National Bank of Winston and.U S Depository, r w s 
Liberty 1 n 5th 

Alston Junius (c), r w s Church 1 s 4th 

A M E Zion Church (c), n e cor 4th and Chestnut 

Anderson Hess (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co, r rear J M Gro- 
gan's, Liberty st 

Anderson John H, wks W W Wood, bds w s Old Town 3 s 
Gth 

Anderson Robert (c), tobacco roller, bds rear of J M Gro- 
gan's, Liberty st 

Anderson W B (c), wks H Scales, bds rear J M Grogan's, 
Liberty st 

Apple Jefferson P, grocers and general merchandise, n w 
cor Church and 3d 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 3 

Archer Washington (c), wks W W Wood 
Armstrong Everlin B, wks II Scales, bds s e cor Liberty and 
5th 



BACON EDWARD P., elk Dr V Thompson, r n s 5th 
1 w Liberty 
Bacon Miss M E, office lad} 7 Singer sewing machine office, 

r n s 5th 1 w Liberty 
Bacon Mrs M M, r n s 5th 1 w Liberty 
Bat-on Thomas J, elk depot, r n s 5th, 1 w Liberty 
Baggarly J F, r w s Chestnut, 3 n 1st 
Bailey Charles R, dentist student C J Watkins, r n s 5th 5 

w Spruce 
Baker James A, carpenter, bds e end 3d nr railroad 
Baker Lewis W, manager W W Wood, res depot 3 s 6th 
Baker Wm (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Baley Geo (c), lunch house, r w s Church, 2 s 4th 
Baldwin Frank T, law student, r w s Main 2 n 1st 
Baldwin Rev Moses, Baptist minister, r w s Main, 2 n 1st 
Banner Rice (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Barrow Henry \V, elk H W Fries, r n w cor Main and 1st 
Barber Thomas T (Barber & Gorrell), bds s s Court House 

square 2 w Main 
Barber & Gorrell (Thomas T Barber and Albert B Gor- 
rell), leaf dealers under Brown's warehouse 
Barnaul John CI A, auctioneer Piedmont warehouse, r n 

s 4lh 2 w Poplar 
Barham, Nicholas B, r n s 5th 5 w Spruce 
Baneck Andrew (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Barker John (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Barksdale Armstead, leaf tobacco dealer Piedmont ware- 
house, bds w s Old Town 3 s 6th 
Barringer General (c), lunch house, r w s Church 1 s 4th 
Barringer Henry (c), r w s Church 3 s 4th 
Bason Giles, blacksmith M N Vogler, r e end 2d nr depot 
Bass Henry (c), wks Togle Bros, r n s 5th 1 w Church 
Bates John (c), blacksmith, Liberty Addition 
Beard John L, elk J Kohns, r s e cor Main and 6th 
Beard Wm H, tailor R D Johnston, r s e cor Main and 6th 
Beck George L (Beck & Moore), bds Merchants' Hotel 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 



Beck Sal lie (c), assistant cook Winston Hotel 

Beck & Moore (Geo L Beck and John T Moore), livery, 
feed and sale stables, e s Church 1 n 2d 

Benton Alex T (T L Vaughn & Co), bds s s Court House 
square 2 vv Main 

Benton M C, wid of Tate, rue cor Cherry and 2d 

Benton Thomas M, painter, r n e cor Cherry and 2d 

Benton Win P, elk Hinshaw Bros, r n e cor Cherry and 2d 

Berger Chas H, propr Winston bakery, n s 3d 1 vv Court 
House square, r same 

Berry A G, wid of Win F, r n w cor Cherry and 5th 

Berry Win A, druggist V Thompson, r n \v cor Cherry 
and 5th 

Besent Jesse C, wks P H Hanes & Co 

Best Thomas T, tailor, res Liberty 1 s 7th 

Bethel Henry (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Bevel Alvin W, wagon and carriage mkr e s Libert}', r 
s w cor Cherry and 6th «Uv**h -ij^ , 

Bevel Wm, r s w cor Cherry and Gth 

Bitting John (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Bitting John (ci, wks Leak & King 

Bitting Joseph A (Bitting & Whitaker), Pres 1st Na- 
tional Bank, r n s 5th 3 w Spruce 

Bitting Julius (c), servant at Robt Gray's 

Bitting Malon B, cabinet mkr, r w s Cherry 3 n 2d 

Bitting Phillip (c), servant at w s Main 1 n Central Hotel 

Bitting Tandy (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Bitting W B, cabinet mkr Miller Bros, r w s Cherry, 2 s 3d 

Bitting & Whitaker (Joseph A Bitting and Win A Whit- 
aker), innfr plug and twist tobacco, n e cor Church and 
5th 

Black Chas (c), wks H Scales 

Black Thomas S, grocer and confectioner n w cor Liberty 
and 3d, r same 

Blackburn James G, brick mason, r n e cor Old Town and 
7th 

Blineberry Thomas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Blum Edmund (E Blum & Co), r Liberty st Liberty Ad- 
dition 

Blum E & Co (Edmund and Irving A), tin and copper 
workmen), Liberty st Liberty Addition 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY 



Blum Irving A (E Blum & Co), r Liberty st Liberty Ad- 
dition 

Blum James A, dentist, n w cor Spruce and 4th, r same 

Blum Nathan (c), lab, r Liber st Liberty Addition 

Bohannon Frank M, elk Pfohl & Stockton, bds Merchants' 
Hotel 

Booe George W, machinist, Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Boozer George A, bkpr Pfohl & Stockton, r s e cor Cherry 
and 2d 

Bowers Mary, wid, r w s Oak, 3 s Below 

Bowles David A, carpenter Miller Bros, res Main 2 n 6th 

Bowles James A, student, res Main, 2 n 6th 

Bowles Thomas (c), wks W W Wood 

Bowman Wyatt F, Pres Wachovia National Bank, r n e 
cor Spruce and 4th 
-Brenels Tony (c), lab, r e end 3d nr railroad 

Brewer Thomas, bds n e cor 4th and Old Town 

Bridgers A M, wid of Henry B, r w s Old Town, 2 s 6th 

Bright James (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, bds w s Church 
3 n 5th 

Britton John (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

Britton Lewis (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

Britton Robert (<•), wks W W Wood, r s s 6th 2 e Church 

Brock Phillip (c), wks B J Sheppard 

Brookfield John, auction house, w s Court House square 3 
n 3d, r Charlotte, N C 

Brooks Robert (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r s w cor Church 
and 4th 

Brown Andy (c), drayman Winston Hotel 

Brown And}' (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Brown Carey (c), r e end 3d nr depot 

Brown Charles (c), wks W W Wood 

Brown Ellis (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Brown Granville (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r e end 3d nr 
railroad 

Brown Rev Henry A, pastor Baptist church, r n s 2d 2 ' 
e Church 

Brown Janes, pump fixer, r Liberty Addition 

Brown James B (c), wks Brown & Brother, r e end 3 nr rail- 
road 

Brown James H, lab, r Liberty Addition 



6 WINSTON, N. <?,, DIRECTORY. 

Brown John A, elk Brown & Vaughn, bds Merchants' 
Hotel 

Brown Lee T, lab, r Liberty Addition 

Brown Madison (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Brown Rebecca, wid of Haywood, r Liberty Addition 

Brown Rufus (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r Liberty Addition 

Brown Rufus D [Brown & Brother], r n e cor Spruce and 
5th 

Brown Rufus W, lab Piedmont warehouse, r Liberty Addi- 
tion 

Brown Thomas J [T J Brown <fe Co, Brown & Vaughn 
and Brown & Hall], r s w cor Cherry and 5th 

Brown T J & Co [Thomas J Brown, "Win B Carter, Jr. 
and James R Pierce], propr Brown's warehouse, n e^cor 
Church and 3d 

Brown Win "(c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r Liberty st Lib- 
erty Addition 

Brown Win (c), wks C Hamlen & Co, r n s 5th 1 e Church 

Brown Wra C, elk Pfohl & Stockton, bds Merchants' Hotel 

Brown Wm L [Brown & Brother], r w s Cherry 2 s 5th 

Brown & Brother [Wm L and Pufus D], manfr plug, 
twist and smoking tobacco, e s Church bet 4th and 5th 

Brown & Hall IThomas J Brown and Willis E Hall], 
props Winston smoking tobacco factory, e s Chestnut 1 
n2d 

Brown & Vaughn [Thomas J Brown and Joseph B 
Vaughn}, hardware, cutlery and agricultural imple- 
ments, e s Main, 4 s 4th 

Brynic Andrew, wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Bruer Aquilla, wks F & H Fries, r nr Winston limits bet 
2d and 4th 

Buford Chas, agt North-western North Carolina R R and 
Southern Express office, bds Merchants' Hotel 

Burch John D, bookseller, stationer, etc., e s Main 3 s 3d, 
bds Central Hotel 

Burger George (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Burk Jacob (c), blacksmith M N Vogler, r country 

Burton Arch (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 

Burton David R, r w s Old Town 1 s 7th 

Burton John A, elks J E Gilmer, bds e s Main, 1 s Merchant's 
Hotel 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 



Bustead Thomas, gardener, r northern limits Old Town 

Butler Samuel H (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Butner Louis E, r w s depot, 2 n 5th 

Buxton John C, [Alspaugh & Buxton], r w s Spruce 2 
n 5 th 

Byerly John W, [S. Byerly & Son], r Liberty st Lib- 
erty Addition 

Byerly Sanford, [S Byerly & Son], r Liberty st Liberty 
Addition 

Byerly & Son, [Sanford Byerly and John W Byerly], 
general merchants, Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Bynum, Cotton & Jones, [Z Taylor Bynum, Roderick 
Cotton and Edwin L Jones], manfrs of chewing to- 
bacco, s e cor 1 and depot 

Bynum Gray, painter, Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Bynum H W, physician, Liberty st Liberty Addition, r 
same 

Bynum Hampton, carpenter Miller Bros, r Liberty st Lib- 
erty Addition 

Bynum James, elk Bynum, Cotton & Jones, bds Norwood 
House 

Bynum John, lump receiver P H Hanes & Co, r Liberty 
st Liberty Addition 

Bynum Mary, sales-lady Mrs M R Reed & Co, r Dr Bynum 

Bynum Wade, wks H Scales, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Bynum Rev Wm S, officiate St Paul's church, bds Mer- 
chant's Hotel 

Bynum Z Taylor, [Bynum, Cotton & Jones], bds Cen- 
tral Hotel 



c 



AIN RICHARD (c), wks Brown & Brother 



Caldwell John (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Callen William (c , wks R J Reynolds, r e end 2d nr depot 

Campbell George (c), fireman Brown & Brothers, r Liberty 

st Liberty Addition 
Campbell Henry (c), wks Bynum, Gotten & Jones 
Card well Anderson (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, bds w s Chest- 
nut, 3 n 2d 
Cardwell John (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 



8 WINSTON, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 

Cardvvell Pleasant (c). wks Leak & King, bds n Liberty. 
Cardwell Samuel (c), wks W W Wood, r s Liberty 
Cardwell Samuel (c), wks F & H Fries, r s Liberty 
Carr Frank (c), drayman, bds e end 3d nr railroad. 
Carraway Rev Paul J, pastor M E Church, South, r w s 

Liberty 1 s 6th 
Carraway Paul J, Jr, elk 1st National Bank, r n w cor 5th 

and Liberty 
Carter Ashe (c), res depot opp Gth 
Carter Elias (c), lab, r w s Liberty 1 n 7th 
Carter Fred (c), shoemaker J Stanard 
Carter Henry (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Carter Peter (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Carter Richard, box maker, P H Hanes & Co 
Carter, Rives & Co, [Win T Carter, Benj A Rives and J H 

Hargrave, Jr], general merchandise, w s Main 6 s 3d 
Carter R N (c), porter Merchant's Hotel 
Carter Wm B Jr, [T J Brown & Co], r s w cor 4th and 

Poplar 
Carter Wm T, [Carter, Rives & Co], bds Winston Hotel 
Carver Thomas J, bds w s Chestnut 3 n 1st 
Cash John (c), waiter Merchant's Hotel 
Casey Chas, wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Causey Wm C, fruit and soda water, n s 4 3 w Main st, 

also meat market e s Liberty 1 n 4th, res Liberty 2 

s 7th 
Caesar Daniel (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Central Hotel, Pfohl & Stockton proprs, w s Main n 2d 
Chamberlain Cornelius (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Chamberlain Samuel K, architect and builder, e s Elm 2 s 3d, 

r w s Cherry 2 s 2d 
Champion Edna, wid Chas W, r n e cor Liberty and 5th 
Chaffin Dorcus (c), waiter Norwood House 
Chaffin John H (c), lunch house, s e cor 5th and Chestnut, 

r same 
Church Chas W, blacksmith and wheelwright, n e cor oth 

and Chestnut, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Church T L (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
City Jail, s e cor Main and 5th 
City Mayor's Office, s e cor Main and 5th 
Clapp John (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Clapp Odie (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Clark Melvin (c), wks Brown's warehouse, bds cor 5th and 

Chestnut 
Clark Milton (c), wks Brown & Brothers 
Clarke Ed (c), wks Lash's warehouse 
Clarke Wm H, [Clarke & Ford], r w s Cherry 3 n 5th 
Clarke & Ford, [Wm H Clarke and David G Ford], gen- 
eral merchandise, n w cor Liberty and 4th 
Clayton Eli (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 
Clements Israel (c), tobacco roller H Scales, r s s 7th 2 e 

Church 
Clements James (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r e end 3d nr 

railroad 
Clements Luther (c), wks H Scales 

Clinard Edward C, elk Pfohl & Stockton, bds Central Hotel 
Coats Dock (c), wks Leak & King, r s s 4th 2 e Main 
Cobb Mitchell (c), wks R J Reynolds, r s Liberty 
Cokes Hedden, painter J H Johnston 
Cole Robt (c), res Main 1 n 4th 
Coleman Chas (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds e end 3d nr 

railroad 
Coleman La Fayette (c), lab Brown & Bj other, bds e end 3d 

nr railroad 
Coleman Richard (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Coleman Sandy (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Collins David, wks Barber & Gorrell 
Collins John, driver J E Mickey, r nr western limits bet 

2d and 4th 
Connard Alexander (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Conrad Robert (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Cook Frank, wks H Scales, res Main 2 n 5th 
Cook Louis, r s w cor 5th and Spring 

Cook Nelson S, dept elk Superior Court, res Main 2 n 5th 
Cooper George (c), wks P II Hanes & Co 
Corbit Anderson (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Cornish James W, blacksmith, r nr western limits, between 

2d and 4th 
Core Arthur, bds Winston Hotel 
Cotton Roderick, [Bynum, Cotton & Jones], bds Central 

Hotel 
Council Chamber, s e cor Main and 5th 



10 WINSTON, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 

County Jail, e s Liberty 2 n 4th 

Cousins James (c), wks R J Re3nolds 

Covington George (c), lab R J Reynolds, re end 4th nr limits 

Cowan Neal (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Old Town 
1 s 5th 

Cox Beverly (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Church 1 
s6th 

Cox Dabney (c), lab, r e end 3rd nr railroad 

Crawford Lucian (c), brakeman, r e end 2d, nr depot 

Crews Elizabeth, wid of Anderson, r Liberty st Liberty ad- 
dition 

Crosland Benj F, general merchandise, n e cor Main and 
od, r Salem 

Croull Thomas, well digger, r n w cor Liberty and 2nd 

Crutchfield Felix G (Vaughn & Crutchfield), bds w s Old 
Town 1 n 6th 

Crutchfield Paul W, bkpr H A Siddall, r w s Cherry 2 n 5th 

Crute Henry A, elk Carter, Rives & Co, bds Winston Hotel 

Crump Gaither (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Culberson John (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Currie Win (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Cunningham Madison (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, b Is w s 
Liberty 2 s 5th 

Curtis Wm H D (Curtis & Wilson), bds Norwood House 

Curtis & Wilson (Wm H D Curtis and Boon A Wilson), 
foundry and machine shop w s Depot 1 n 2nd 



DABENY EDWARD (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, 
r s s 4th 1 e Main 

Dabney Wilson (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Dalton James, wks H Scales, bds w s Depot 2 n 1st 
Dalton Jerry (c), wks H Scales, r Liberty Addition 
Dalton John, wks II Scales, bds w s Depot 2 n 1st 
Dalton Peter W, manager Bitting & Whittaker, res Chest- 
nut 1 s 2nd 
Dalton Robt (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Dalton Rufus (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds w s Liberty 2 

s 5th 
Dalton Wm, bds w s Depot 2 n 1st 
Dark Anderson (c), r w s Church 2 s 4th 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 11 

Darlington John T, associate editor Winston Sentinel, bds s 

e cor Libertv and 5th 
Da Valt Daniel (e), r n s 5th 2 e Church 
Davis Edward (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Davis Geo (c), wks R J Reynolds, bds w s Libert)' 2 s 5th 
Davis Ilaivy fc), wks W W Wood 
Davis Henry (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Davis James (c), lab, bds e end 3rd nr railroad 
Davis James W, wks W W Wood, bds w s Old Town 3 s Oth 
Davis Joseph (c), r Liberty Addition 
Davis Joseph (c), wks W W Wood, r s s Gth 4 e Church 
Davis Mrs N S [Davis & Welfare], bds s s Court House 

Square 
Davis & Welfare [Mrs N S Davis and Miss T A Welfare], 

millinery and notions, w s Main 1 s Central Hotel 
Day Martin (c), bds s w cor Cherry and 4th 
Dav Mont (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, r wsside Depot 

1 n 4th 
Day John (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, r w s Depot 2 

n 1st 
Deal James H (c), wks W W Wood, bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Dean M Nathaniel, carpenter Fogle Brothers, r s w cor Lib- 
erty and Main 
De Justo Carlos, barber and baths, Central Hotel, r same 
Denney Mitchell, mechanic, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Dix Robert (c), lab, r w s Depot 1 n 1st 
Dixon Ed (c), r s s 4th 1 e Main 
Dixon Edward, lab, r n w cor Liberty and Main 
Dixon John (c), r s Liberty 
Dixon Thomas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Dodd Nathaniel H, boarding house, r eend 3rd nr railroad 
_^^Dolan Polly, wid of James, res Liberty 2 s Gth 
Donigan Spots wood F, r n w cor Depot and 2nd 
Donigan Thomas, elk J E Gilmer, r n w cor Depot and 2nd 
Donigan Thomas E, groceries, n w cor Depot and 2nd, r same 
Donnald Randall (c), bds w s Church 3 s 4th 
Donnell Tap (c), bds cor 5th and Chestnut 
Douthard Lucy (c), wid of Adam, r e end 4th nr limits 
Douthit Berry (c), wks B J Sheppard 
Downs Henry (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Drummond James A, bds Winston Hotel 



12 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Drummond Wm C, bds Winston Hotel 

Dulin Abram (c), wks W W Wood, rss 5th 1 e Church 

Durham Irvin W, marble yard, n s 3rd 1 e Main, r Salem 



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ANS SID (c), wks R J Reynolds 



Easly Geo (c), wks B J Sheppard, r a Liberty 

East Wm, wks F & H Fries, r nr w end 2nd 

Edwards Wiley (c), wks W W Wood, r e end 3rd nr railroad 

Ed well Harrison (e), mattress mkr, n w oor Church and 4th 3 T 

Edwell James S (c), shoe maker, w s Main 1 n 4th, r s e 

cor Main and Liberty 
Edwell John (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Eldridge Arthur (c), barber, r n w cor Church and 5th 
Elliott Carrollton (c), wks P H Hanes &,Co 
Episcopal Church, s s 4th 2 e Spruce 
Estes Ed, wks Beck & Moore 

Evans Henry (c), barber, r n w cor Church and 5th 
Everett Geo B, atty at law, over w s Main 8th s 3rd, r 

w s Liberty 2 s 6th 
Eynes Sydney (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 



FARABEE SAMUEL W, wagon maker, r n w cor Lib- 
erty and Gth 

Farmer Alex, wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Faucett James N, carpenter, r w s depot 2 n 1st 

Ferebee Rev L R (c), pastor A M E Zion church, r n e cor 

4th and Chestnut 
Ferguson Richard c), (blind), r s e cor Cherry and 3rd 
Fetner James, tailor R D Johnston, r w end 4th 
Fentress It E, canvasser Singer sewing machine, r Kerners- 

ville 
Field E L, bds Winston Hotel 

Field Justin, (Starbuck & Field), bds Winston Hotel 
Fields Henry (c), wks W W Wood 
First National Bank, J A Bitting Pres, S II Hodgin Vice 

PreSj J W Alspaugh Cashier, R T Steadman AsstCash, 

n w cor Liberty and 5th 



WINSTON, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 13 



Flippen Geo (e), wks R J Reynolds 

Flippen Preston (c), wks R J Rsynolda 

Flournoy Frank, express messenger and conductor It & D 

R R, r w s Chestnut 1 s 2nd 
Flournoy Julia A, wid of James, r vv s Chestnut 1 s 2nd 
Flournoy Phebe, wid of Charles, r w s depot 2 n 4th 
Fogle Augustus G, (S D Franklin & Co), sheriff Forsyth 

county, office court house, r Salem 
Foltz Henrv W, elk Pfohl & Stockton, res Liberty 1 n 6th 
Ford David G, (Clarke & Ford) r w s Cherry 2 s 6th 
Ford Frank (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Foster John (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Foster Pleasant II (c), waiter Merchant Hotel, r Liberty st 

Liberty Addition' 
Foster Rush (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Foster Wm, elk J F Prather & Co 

Foster Wm A, wks R J Reynolds, r s w cor Depot and 5th 
Foucht Harry T, foreman Miller Bros, r Liberty and Lib- 
erty Addition 
Foust Henry (c), wks wks C Hamlen & Co 
Foust Junius [c], wks C Hamlen & Co 
Foust Geo T, general merchandise, w s Main 4 s 3rd, bds 

Wilson Hotel 
Fowler John H, tobacco, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Fowler Wm T, laborer, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Fowlkes Robt [c], r n s 5th 1 e Church 
Fox George [c], wks P H Hanes & Co, r e end 4th nr R R 
Foy Calvin [c], waiter Merchants' Hotel 
Foy Henry S, livery, feed and sale, e s Main 2 s 5th, bds 

Cential Hotel 
Foy Pleasant [c], wks Brown & Brother, r rear C Hamlen & 

Co's factory 
Foy Samuel [c], wks P H Hanes & Co 
Francis Lewis [c], shoemaker, w s depot 2 n 4th, r same 
Franklin John [c], wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Franklin Stokes D, [S D Franklin & Co], r s e cor Cherry 

and 3rd 
Franklin S D & Co, [Stokes D Franklin, Henry H Holder, 

and Augustus Fogle,] genl merchandise, w s Court 
House Square, 2 s 4th 



14 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Freeman Jacob \ c], r n s 5th 1 W Church 
Fries Andy (c) lab, r Liberty Addition 
Fries Chas, (c), wks J I Nissen 
Fries Dock (cj, lab, r s s 5th 1 w Liberty 
Fries Geo (c), cook, r s s 4th 1 e Main 
Fries Henry (c), wks R J Reynolds, r w s Church 4 n 5th 
Fries Jacob (c), r w s Church 2 n 5th 
Fries James (c), r w s Church 4 n 5th 
Fries Matthew (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 
Fries Vaine (c), wks Leake & King, bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Fry Wash (c), plasterer, r w s Liberty 3 s 5th 
Fry Leonard R, wks Brown & Bro, res Liberty 3 n 5th 
Fulp Edward P, leaf dealer, n s 4th 3 e Chestnut, bds Mer- 
chants' Hotel 
Fulp Robert (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Fulton Noah (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 



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ALIER COLONEL (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 



Gal li more Robt (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 

Galloway Geo Q (c), bds w s Chestnut 3 n 2d 

Galloway Joshua (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Old 
Town 1 s below 

Galloway Lawson (c), wks Brown & Bro, r s w cor Church 
and 4th 

Galloway Lindsay (c), wks F & H Fries, r nr w end 2d 

Galloway Reikis (c), wks C Hamlen & Co 

Galloway Rowan (e), wks C Hamlen & Co, r rear C Hamlen 
& Co's factory 

Galloway Theo (c), wks Leake & King, r n w cor Spruce 
and 4th 

Gardner Thomas (c), wks W W Wood 

Gates Alex (<•), [Gates & Smith], propr Gates' Hair Re- 
newer, s e cor Main and 7th 

Gates & Smith (c), [Alex Gates and James Smith], barbers 
under Merchants' Hotel 

Gauther Alfred (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Gayther Albert (c), lab, bds e end 3d nr railroad 

Gee W H, bds cor 5th and Chestnut 

George A E, wid of Col F, r n w cor Spruee and 5th- 3 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 15 



George Peter, tailor R D Johnston, r 1$ miles s w Winston 
Gibson George (c), lab F & H Fries, r Liberty Addition 
Gibson James W, wks Brown & Brother 
Gibson Tishe (c), waiter Norwood House 
fl rahhs Saii dv (c), bus driver Winston Hotel 
Chillis M jc)i r s Liberty 
Gillis Sandy (e), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Gilmer John E, wholesale and retail dealer in dry-goods, 
clothing, groceries, notions, boots, shoes, etc, e s Main 
3 n 2, fes Main 1 s Merchants' Hotel 
Gilthrist Mary (c), chambermaid Winston Hotel 
Glenn Mary A, r w end 4th cor Broad 
Glenn Samuel (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Glenn Robt (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Glenn Wm B, [Watson & Glenn], r n w cor 4th and Spring 
Godsey John C, carpenter J I Nissen, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Goin George (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co, r w s Depot 1 n 4th 
Goin Holman (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Old Town 1 s 5th 
Goin Joseph (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r n e cor Depot 

and 4th , 

Gowan Joe (c), wks Brown & Bro, r Liberty st Liberty Ad- 

dition 
Goin Pink (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r w s Depot 1 n 1st 
Goin Wm P (c), wks Haynes' factory, r n e cor Depot and 4th 
Good Templar Hall, w s court house square 
Goodman Adolphus, wks W W Wood, r near western limits 

bet 2d and 4th 
Goodman Wm P, r nr w limits bet 2d and 4th 
Gordon Mrs L, millinery and fancy goods, w s Liberty 2 

n 4th. r same 
Gordon Mrs, bds Norwood House 

Gordon Richard L, jeweler, w s Liberty 5 n 4th, r w s Lib- 
erty 2 n 4th 
Gorrell Albert B, (Barber & Gorrell), leaf dealer, s s 3d, 1 
e Church, also mayor of Winston, r n w cor 5th and 
Spruce 
Gorrell Henry (c), blacksmith C W Church 
Gorrell Robt D, elk S E Allen, r n w cor 5th and Spruce 
Goslen Junius W, editor and propr " The Union Repub- 
lican," e s Main 3 s 4th, r Salem 



16 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Graham Barnett B, wks Scales' factory, res Old Town 1 

s 7th 
Graham Bedford D, elks W S Martin, res Old Town 1 s 7th 
Graham Thomas L, elk J E Gilmer, res Old Town 1 s 7th 
Grant Green (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Grasty Jerry (c), lab H Scales, r w s Chestnut 1 s 6th 
Grasty Remus (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Graves Anderson (c\ bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Graves Henry L, grocer and confectioner, w s Court House 

Square 2 n 3d, r w s Liberty 1 n 6th 
Graves John H, shipping elk Brown & Bro, bds Norwood 

House 
Graves Neal (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Gray Anderson (c), wks H Scales, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Gray Cornelius (c), wks W W Wood, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Gray Eugene E [Mast & Gray], r s s 3d 2 w Main 
Gray Emory S, r s s Court House, 2 w Main 
Gray James A, assistant cashier Wachovia National Bank 

and Genl Ins office Wachovia Nat Bank, r w s Main 1 

n Central Hotel 
Gray Robert, r s s Court House 2 w Main 
Gray Wm M (c), shoemkr, n s 5th 2 w Church, r s Liberty 
Gray Willie T, r s s Court House 2 w Main 
Green Ed (c), wks Leak & King 
Green Henry T (c), minister, r s Liberty 
Green Major (c), r Broad bet 4th and 5th 
Green Randolph (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Green Thornton (c), wks Brown & Brother, r s s 5th 3 w Depot 
Griffith John F, with Hodgin & Sullivan, res Cherry 2 n 

4th 
Grogan James M, tobacco manfr, r s e cor Libert} r and 7th 
Grogan John (c), wks H Scales 
Grogan Lucy W, wid of John P, r e s Spruce 2 s 5th 
Grogan Martin, genl merchandise, e s Court House Square 

4 n 3d, res Spruce 2 s 5th 
Grubbs Obe, wks C Ilamlen & Co 
Grunert Wm C, watchrakr Wm T Vogler, r Salem 
Guihn John (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Gunn Wm A, canvasser Singer sewing machine, r Kerners- 

ville N C 
Guy Webb (c), waiter Winston Hotel 



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WINSTON, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 17 

(iwvnn Andrew (c), waiter Central Hotel 
Gwynn David (c), wks Brown & Brother 



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AIRSTON ALLEN (c), wks P H Hanea & Co, bds i 

end 3d nr railroad 

Hairston Cabell, propr Lash's warehouse, s e cor Church 

and 3d, r n e cor Cherry and 4th 
Hairston Clif (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Hairston Estes (c), wks Lash's warehouse, r rear n e cor 

Cherry and 4th 
Hairston George (c), lab R J Reyholds, bdse s 4th nr limits 
Hairston Harris W (c), wks B J Sheppard 
Hairston John (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r e end 3d, nr rail- 
road 
Hairston J Tyler, with Lash's warehouse, r e a Main 1 n 4th 
Hairston Lewis (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co, r e end 3d nr 

depot 
Hairston Mose (c), wks depot, r e end 2d nr railroad 
Hairston Nelson (c), wks R J Reynolds, bds e end 4th nr 

limits 
Hairston Robt (c), wks depot, r e end 2d nr railroad 
Hairston Rep (c), wks R J Reynolds, bds e end 4th nr limits 
Hairston Rufus (c), lab, r e end 2d nr railroad 
Halbrook Henry, bds w s Liberty 4 n 4th 
Haley Gideon (c), wks W W Wood 
Hall Lewis (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Hall Thomas J, carpenter Miller Bros, r s w cor Libert}* and 

2d 
Hall Willis E [Brown & Hall], rn end Old Town 
Hamlen Chesley [C Hamlen & Co], r n w cor Main and 4th 
Hamlen C & Co [Chesley Hamlen and Abner J Hunt], 

inanfra chewing tobacco, n w cor Old Town and 5th 
Hamlen Melvin, r n w cor Main and 4th 
Hanes Benj F [P H Hanes & Co], res Cherry 1 s 5th 
Hanes John W [P H Hanes & Co], bds Merchants' Hotel 
Hanes Pleasant H [P H Hanes & Co], res Cherry 1 s5th 
Hanes P H & Co [Pleasant H, Benjamin F and John W 

Hanes], manfrs plug and twist tobacco, e s Chestnut 2 

n 2d 
Harris AVm, carpenter, r s e cor Vine and 5th 
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18 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Hannah Ned (c), servant George Lambeth, r n s Otli bet 

Main and Liberty 
Hardy Mrs F J, props Norwood House, r same 
Hargrave J H Jr, [Carter, Rives & Co], r Chatham Va 
Hargrove Sandy (c), wka Bitting & Whitaker 
Hargrove Stokes (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Harper Harden (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r Liberty Addi- 
tion 
Harris Edward E, fireman R & D R R, bds n w cor Chest- 
nut and 2d, rooms w s Chestnut 1 n 1st 
Harris Frank, elk Jacob Tise & Co, r s w cor Main and 5th 
Harris Isaac (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds e end 3d nr 

railroad 
Harris Madison, box-maker Brown & Brother 
Harris Martha S, wid of E E, r w s Chestnut 1 n 1st 
Harris Robt (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Harris Win M, carpenter Brown & Brother 
Ilartman Mary, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Haskins Joe (c), wks C Hamlen & Co 
Haskins Robt, manager B J Sheppard, res Depot 2 s Gth 
Haskins Thomas (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Hasten Elijah, brick-mason, res Old Town 3 n 7th 
Hauser Chas S, elk of the Superior Court, office Court 

House, r Salem 
Havey Gid (c), lab, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Hawkins Scott (c), yard hand Central Hotel 
Hay Win P, elk S E Allen, bds Winston Hotel 
Hayes Henry (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Hayes Moses (c), r w s Church 2 n 5th *- 
Hayes Thomas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
liege Edward L, elk Pfohl & Stockton, r s e cor Cherry and 

2nd 
Hege Levis (c), r s Liberty 
Hedgecock James, wks W W Wood 
Henderson Jesse (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Hendrix Asbury (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Henley James (c), rubber Leak & Wilson 
Henley John L, elk Nading & Henley, r vv s Old Town 1 n 
Gth 



WINSTON, N. C., DIRECTORY. 19 

Henley Micajah C, photograph gallery, n w cor Court 

House Square, r n e cor Church and 4th 
Henley Wm P [Nading & Henley], r w s Old Town 1 n 6th 
Herbert Win (c), wks R J Reynolds 

HeMer Walton M, elk Plohl & Stockton, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Hickerson George (c), baggage wagon driver Merchants' Ho- 
tel, r s s 6th 1 e Church 
Hickerson Miles (d), wks W W Wood, r s s 6th 1 e Church 
Hickerson Robt (c), wks W W Wood, r s s 6th 1 e Church 
Hicks Andrew (c), prizer, bds e end 3rd nr railroad 
Hicks T Cooper, travelling salesman Bynum, Cotton & Jones, 

bds Norwood House 
Hicks John H. well digger, r s w cor Chestnut and 7th 
Hill Wm P [Ogburn, Hill & Co.], r w s Spruce 2 n 4Ji 
Hillen Joseph F, elk Revenue office, bds Central Hotel 
Hines Crcsar (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Hine Gilbert C, wks L C Hine, r w s Main 2 s 2nd 
Hine John H, harness mkr S A Veach, res Broad 1 s 4th 
Hine Levi, shoe mkr J Riggs 

Hine Levene I, manager Fries' tannery, r w s Main 2 s 2nd 
Hine Lewis, r s w cor Spruce and 6th 
"^ Hine Luther C, innfr saddles and harness w s Main 1 s 
2nd, r w s Main 2 s 2nd 
Hine Thomas L. shoe mkr, res Broad 2 s 4th 
Hinshaw Bros [Geo W and Wm M], genl merchandise, 

seeds, fertilizers, etc, s s 4th opposite Old Town. 
Hinshaw Geo W [Hinshaw Bros], r w s Cherry 2 n 4th 
Hinshaw Wm M [Hinshaw Bros], bds e s Main 2 n 4th 
Hitt Robt J, carpenter Fogle Bros, r s e cor Church and 2nd 
Hitt Wm, apprentice Winston Leader, rs e cor Church and 

2nd 
Hooser Gilbert (c), r e end 4th nr railroad 
Hode Wiley (c), r s s 5th 1 e Church 

Hodgin James M, wks W W Wood, r s w cor Cherry and 4th 
Hodgin Stephen H [Hodgin & Sullivan], r s w cor Cherry 

and 4th 
Hodgin & Sullivan [Stephen H Hodgin and Nathaniel D 
Sullivan], genl merchandise, fertilizers, etc, w s Court 
House Square cor 4th 
Hogan Sandy (c), farmer, res 7th 2 e Main 
Holder Henry H [S D Franklin & Coj, me cor Elm and 3d 



20 WINSTON, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 

Holder Jack, butcher, r Liberty Addition 

Holeman Wm (c), wks H Scales 

Holley Lucius (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

Hollister James D, engineer R & D R R, r w s Chestnut 1 

n 1st 
Holmes James (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Holmes Moses (c), r \v s Elm 1 n 2d 

Hopkins Phillip N, grocer, n e cor 5th and Depot, r same 
Hopper W 0, wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Horton Henry (c), r s s Oth 2 e Church 
Howlett Robert (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Hoyden Robert (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Humphry Edgar (c, r s s 5th 1 e Church 
Hunley Wesley (c), waiter Central Hotel 
Hunt Abner J [C Hamlen & Co], r n s 5th 1 w Old Town 
Hunt Edwn G, receiver of work C Hamlen & Co, r n w cor 

Main and 4th 
Huske Thomas W, elk Central Hotel, r same 
Hunter John W, director Wachovia National Bank, r same 
Hyton Foust (cj, wks Bitting & Whitaker 



JACKSON ANDREW (c), wks Brown & Brother, r Lib- 
erty Addition 
Jackson Henry (c), wks Brown & Brother, r s s 5th 3 w 
Depot 
Jacobs Heyman, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, s e 

cor Liberty and 3d, r Richmond Va 
Jacobs Joseph, manager H Jacobs, bds Wilson House 
James Lemens (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
JerTress Horace (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r Liberty Ad- 
dition 
Jeffress Stephen (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r Liberty Ad- 
dition 
Jeffries Wm (c), wks C Hamlen & Co, r Liberty Addition 
Jenkins R C, 'bus driver Merchants' Hotel, r same 
Jenkins Samuel, wks Beck & Moore 
olmny Priscilla, wid of Thomas, r Liberty st Liberty Addi- 
tion 
Johnson Addison, stone mason, res Main 1 s Liberty 
Johnson Albert B, tobacco, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 21 

Johnson Erastus (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Johnson Frank (c), lab, r w s Libert}' 1 n 7th 

Johnson Frank (c), wks P H Hanea & Co, r s Liberty 

Johnson James B, wks W W Wood, r Liberty st Liberty Ad- 
dition 

Johnson John R, painter, r s e cor Liberty and oth 

Johnson Lucinda, wid of Isaac, r w end 4th 

Johnson M~F~(c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Johnson Peyton (c), wks W W Wood 

Johnson Susan J, wid of '1 homas, Liberty st Liberty Addi- 
tion 

Johnson Walter B, tailor and repairer, s e cor Liberty and 
5th, r same 

Johnson Wm (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Johnston Rev FU, Pastor Presbyterian Church, r w s Cherrv 
3 s 4th 

Johnston John H, carriage and buggy mnfr, e s Chestnut 

1 n 4th, r Liberty Addition 
Johnston Patrun (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

Johnston Robt D, merchant tailor, e s Court House square 

2 n 3d, r s s 4th 1 w Poplar 

Jones Albert M, manager Singer Sewing Machine office, 

w s Main 3 s 3d, r Salem 
Jones Miss Annie B, bds Norwood House 
Jones Mrs Caroline, bds Norwood House 
Jones Chas (c), wks W W Wood 

Jones Daniel (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r e end 4th nr R R 
Jones Dick (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Jones Ed L [Bynum, Cotton & Jones], bds Norwood House 
Jones Giddin W (c), rnr w limits bet 4th and 2d 
Jones Henry (c), cook Merchants' Hotel, bds s \v cor Church 

and 4th 
Jones James, wks II Scales, bds cor 5th and Chestnut 
Jones James, wks Bitting & Whitaker, r e end 1th nr limits 
Jones James P, supt T L Vaughn & Co, bds Norwood House 
Jones Miss Jennie, bds Norwood House 
Jones Miss Jessie, bds Norwood House 
Jones John J, wks W W Wood, bds Norwood House 
Jones Joseph (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, bds w s Liberty 2 

s 5th 
Jones Miss Mattie, bds Norwood House 



22 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Jones Miss Nettie, bds Norwood House 

Jones Pride (c), lab Bynum, Cotton & Jones, r s Liberty 

Jones Robert H, dentist, over Thompson's drug store vv s 

Court House Square, r s s Court House Square 
Jones Rufus (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Jones Walter J, wks T L Vaughn & Co, bds Norwood House 
Jones Wm (c), lab H Scales, r w s Chestnut 1 s 6th 
Jones Wm A T, box-maker, r e end 4th nr limits 
Jones Wm M, tobacco picker, r e end 4th nr limits 
Joyce Anthony (c), stone-mason, r Depot 1 n 7th 
Joyce James (c), r n s 5th 1 e Main 
Joyner Peter H, r w s Court House Square cor 3d 



KEEHLN FRANK E, harness and saddles, e s Main 3 
s 3d, r Salem 

Kember Wm (c), lab, r end 3d nr limits 

Kerby Anthony (c), lab, r s Liberty 

Kern Ed G, r w s Broad 1 s 4th 

Kiestler Adam, shoemaker, r s Liberty 

Keith L N, job printer Winston "Sentinel," r w end 5th 

Keith Pulaski, student, r n s 5th 6 w Spruce 

Keith Wiley F, plasterer, r n s 5th 6 w Spruce 

Kennedo Elizabeth, wid of Jessie, r w s Liberty 1 n 1st 

Kester Daniel E, machinist Salem Iron Works, r vv s Main 

2 s 5th 
Kester Lucinda, wid of M M, r w s Main, 2 s 5th 
Kester John H, machinist, r w s Main 2 s 5th 
King Aaron A, wks Piedmont warehouse 
King Henry S [Leak & King], bds s s 5th 3 w Poplar 
Kirk man Lou [Mrs M K Reed & Co], bds Mrs M K Reid 
Kirkpatrick James V, r s w cor Spruce and 4th > 
Kirkpatrick Randle (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Knott Charles, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Kohns Joseph, clothier, gents' furnisher, etc, e s Main 5 n 

3d, r same 
Koons Michael, lab, r Liberty Addition 

LANGFELD MAYER H, dry goods, boots, shoes, etc., s 
s 3d 1 w Main, bds Merchants' Hotel 



WINSTON, N. C., DIRECTORY. 23 

Lambeth George J, tobacco, r n s Otli bet Main and Liberty 
Lambeth John A, lumber dealer, n s 5th bet Main and 

Liberty, r n s Oth bet Main and Liberty 
Lanier John (c), r nr w end 2d 
Lash Frank (c), wks Leak & King 
Lash Glandon (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Lash Mandy (c), r s Liberty 
Lash Turner (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Lash's Warehouse, Cabell Hairston propr, s e cor Church 

and 3d 
Laugenhour Win (c), hostler H S Foy 
Laura nee Augustus (c), wks W W Wood 
--Lea Margaret D, wid of James K, r e s Cherry 2 n 2d 
Leach John (c), la mp lighte r, r Liberty Addition 
Leak David R [Leak & Wilson], r s s 5th 3 w Poplar 
Leak Henry D, wks Leak & King, bds w s Spring 1 n 4th 
Leak James M [Leak & King], r w s Spring 1 n 4th 
Leak Thomas F, mnfr smoking tobacco, rns oth 4 s Spruce 
Leak Walter R, wks Leak & King, bds s s 5th 3 w Poplar 
Leak & King [James M Leak and Henry S King], manfrs 

chewing tobacco, nr cor Poplar and 5th 
Leak & Wilson [David R Leak and Thomas A Wilson], 

marble works, s e cor Church and 2d 
Lee Anderson (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r e end 4th nr 

railroad 
Lee Jack (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Lee W W, bds Winston Hotel 

Lemly Wm A, cashier Wachovia National Bank, r Salem 
Lemon Robert E, groceries, s Liberty, r same 
Lenoir Thomas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Leonard Henry, carpenter, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Leonard Wm, carpenter, r e end 2d nr railroad 
Levister Charles, wks H Scales 

Levister George W, carpenter Fogle & Brother, res Chest- 
nut 1 s 2d 
Lewis Charles, bds e end 3d nr railroad 
Lewis C F, wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Lewis Geo, collector Lash's warehouse, bds n e cor Cherry 

and 4th 
Lewis J T (c), wks W W Wood 
Lewis Wallace (c), wks B J Sheppard 



24 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Lindsey Bob (c), wks W W Wood 

Lindsey Wesley (c), porter Central Hotel 

Lindwell A, wid of John, r w s Liberty, 2 s 3d 

Lineback Win, brick-mason, r w s Clierry 2 n 2d 

Linville Franklin, canvasser Singer sewing machine, r Ker- 

nersville N C 
Livengood Elizabeth, wid of Jacob, r Depot 2 n 7th 
Livengood Thomas A, elk C H Winkle, r Salem 
Livingstone James, plasterer, res Main 1 s Liberty 
Loman Chas, elk Jacob Tise & Co, r Win Loman's 
Loman Wm, bricklayer, res Old Town 2 s Belo 
-Lookabille James F, pattern rakr Salem Iron Works, r w s 

Liberty 2 s 1st 
Long Barney E, wks F & H Fries, r w s Main 3 n Bank 
Long Elizabeth, wid of Barney, r w s Main 3 n Bank 
Long Wm (c), lab Fogle Bros, r S Liberty 
Longworth Nannie, res Main 1 n Church 
Lott Stokes, manager of lump machine Brown & Brother 
Love Chas P, manager assorting room Brown & Brother, bds 

n e cor Main and 5th 
Lumley John W, wks E Fulk, rse cor Oak and Belo 
Lumley Marion, wks brick -yard, r Liberty Addition 
Lumley Rebecca, wid of Jesse, r Liberty Addition 
Lumley Susan, wid of Jesse, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Lumley Wm, wks Barber & Gorrell 
Lutz Wm A, minister, r w s Cherry 3 n 2d 
Lyttle Addison (c), wks W W Wood, bds cor 5th and Chest- 
nut 



McADOO FLETCHER R (c), pressman the " Union 
Republican " 

McAdoo Geo (c), r w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

McAdoo Jane (c), boarding house, w s Liberty 2 s 5th, r 

same 
McCall Anderson (c), wks Brown & Brother 
McCain Thomas (c), wks Bitting & AVhitaker 
McClain Thomas (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
McCollens Anderson (c), r s s 5th 1 e Church 
McDade Emeline (c), wid of Eli, r s s 5th 2 w Depot 
McGluder Geo (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 25 

Mclver Henry E, bds Winston Hotel 
Mclver Irwin M, bds Winston Hotel 

McKnight David, brick-mason, r Liberty st Liberty Addi- 
tion 
McKnight Edward, photographer, r Liberty st Liberty Ad- 
dition 



M 



ABENE DICK (c), wks R J Reynolds 



Mabene Frank (c) wks W W Woods, r s s 6th 3 e Church 

Mabene Robert (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 

Mack Christopher (c), driver, r Liberty Addition 

Mack Nathan (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 

Mack Samuel (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 

Mackleroy John (c) r n s 7th 3 e Main 

Maddock Charles (c), wks R J Reynolds, r w s Chestnut 2! 
n 2nd 

Male Academy, e s Cherry bet 3rd and 4th 

Malloy David C, tobacco commission merchant, bds Central! 
Hotel 

Marable Daniel T, r e s Old Town 1 n 6th 

March Gus (c), r s w cor 4th and Church 

Marshall Anna, wid of Wm, res Depot opp 6th 

Martin Alexander (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, bds e end 411l 
nr limts 

Martin Frank A, elk G M Rucker, bds Norwood House 

Martin Isabella, wid of Edmund, r w s Pine 1 n 7th 

Martin James, revenue assessor, r n w T cor Old Town and 7th 

Martin James, res Liberty 2 n 4th 

Martin James (c), wks B J Sheppard 

Martin John J, r w s Old Town 3 n 7th 

Martin Reynold (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Martin Robt (c), r w s Church 2 s 4th 

Martin Samuel, dentist, r s s oth 2 w Poplar 

Martin Watt S R, elk S H Smith, r w s Pine 1 n 7th 

Martin Thomas (c), wks Leake & King, r s s 5th 4 w Poplar 

Martin Wm S, dealer in boots, shoes, hats, caps, w s Main 
5 s 3d, bds Central Hotel 

Mast Daniel P, [Mast & Gray], register of deeds, bds Mer- 
chant's Hotel 
4 



26 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Mast & Gray, [Daniel P Mast and Eugene E Gray], attys 

at? law, office Court House 
Massey Legan (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Masten A E, wid of Joseph, r n e cor Main and 5th 
Masten Frank (c), lab, r e end 4th nr limits 
Masten John H, [Jacob Tise & Co], r n e cor Liberty 

and 7th 
Masten Joseph, r n e cor Main and 5th 
Masten Joseph W, dep sheriff and jailor, e s Liberty 2 n 4th 

r same 
Mathes Geo M, editor and propr Winston " Sentinel," office 

e s Main 3 n 2d, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Mathes Jones (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Matthew Isaac (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Matthews Maria (c), wid of Richard, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Maurie Adam (c), box maker, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Mayo Daniel (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Mayo Elijah (c), wks Brown & Bro, r w s Main 3 s 5th 
M E Church (South), s w cor Liberty and 6th 
Medearis Newton H, elk Hinshaw Bros, r w s Cherry 2 n 4th 
Mendenhall Alexander (c), wks Brown's warehouse, r e end 

2d nr depot 
Mendenhall Wm (c), plasterer, r e end 2d nr depot 
Merchants' Hotel, Pfohl & Stockton proprs, e s Main 4 s 3d 
Millender Wm, section master, r e end 1st nr depot 
Miller Augustus, wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Miller Bros, [John S and Gideon L], contractors and 

builders, n e cor Chestnut and 1st 
Miller Gaston E, carpenter Miller Bros, r n s 4th 1 w Poplar 
Miller Gideon L, [Miller Bros], r n w cor Cherry and 2d 
Miller Harrison W, carpenter Miller Bros, r Norwood House 
Miller James, carpenter Miller Bros 
Miller James C, foreman Miller Bros, r w s Liberty 3 s 2d 
Miller Jessie R, carpenter Miller Bros, r w s Liberty 3 s 2d 
Miller John S, [Miller Bros], r n e cor Church and 1st 
Miller Samuel, elk M H Langfeld, res Cherry 2 s 3d 
Miller Samuel A, tinner, res Cherry 2 s 3d 
Miller Win F, wks Fogle Bros, res Cherry 2 s 3d 
Miller Wm H, wks Fogle Bros, bds Norwood House 
Mills Pinkney (c), lab R J Reynolds, r w s Depot 1 n 1st 
Mills Anderson (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 27 

Miner Levi, blacksmith A W Bevel, bds s w corner Cherry 

and 6th 
Mitchell Caswell (c), lab, r Depot 3 n 7th 
Monro James A, Principal Winston Male Academy, res 

Cherry 3 s 2d 
Montague Dr Seth J, physician and surgeon, w s Main 5 

s 3d, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Moody Elizebeth, wid of Nathaniel, r w s Main 2 s 2d 
Moore Bob (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Moore Frank L, elk Hodgin & Sullivan, r s e cor 5th and 

Spruce 
Moore James M, wks W W Wood, bds cor 5th and Chestnut 
Moore John T, [Beck & Moore], bds Norwood House 
Moore Sci (c), wks C Hamlen & Co 
Moore Wm H, tobacconist, r w s Pine 1 n 7th 
Morehead Carter (c), porter Hinshaw Bros, r n e cor Main 

and 7th 
Morehead Wm (c), r w s Church 1 s 4th 
Morgan Geo C, printer Winston "Leader" 
Morgan John W, wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, bds w s 

Depot 2 n 2d 
Morgan Julius, lab, r s Liberty 
Morgan Lewis, lab, r s Liberty 
Morgan Thomas (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Morgan Winnie, r n s 5th 1 e Main 
Morris Adam (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Morris Geo, wks H S Foy, r nr w limits bet 2d and 4th 
Moseley Robt D, auctioneer Brown's Warehouse, r w s Pine 

2n7th 
Moss Isaac (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Moss Lawson (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r n Liberty 
Murdock Jordan (c), wks W W Wood 
Murray Wm, watch mkr, e s Main 3 s 3d, r s w cor 5th and 

Poplar 



NADING ALEXANDER, pump fixer, r Liberty st Lib- 
erty Addition 

Nading Frank, painter, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Nading James A, elk Nading <fe Henley, res Liberty 2 s 6th 
Nading John H, trimmer J H Johnson, r Liberty st Liberty 
Addition 



2S WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Nading Joseph A, lab, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Nading Nathaniel W [Nading & Henley] res Liberty 2 

s 6th 
Nading & Henley [Nathaniel W Nading and Wm P Hen- 
ley, groceries, provisions, etc., e s Court House Square 5 
s 4th 
Nance Emma D, wid of Joseph W, res Cherry 2 s 2d 
Neal Stephen, elk S D Franklin & Co, r e s Cherry 2 s 2d 
Neal Stephen T Jr, r e s Cherry 2 s 2d 
Niely Cicero (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r n s 7th 1 e Main 
Nelson Isaac H, elk Vaughn & Cruthfield, r n e cor 4th and 

Spring 
Nelson John (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Nelson Wm (c), lab P H Hanes & Co, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Nelson Wm, carpenter, res Liberty 3 n 5th 
Nelson Wm F, elk G M Rucker, bds Norwood House 
Neudecker Charles W, wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, bds e 

end 3d nr railroad 
Newsom George, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Nicholson John H, wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Poplar 2 

n 4th 
Nissen John I, planing mill and genl machinist, e s Chest- 
nut 2 n 1st, r Salem 
Norfleet Marmaduke W [Norfleet & Vaughn], r s w cor 

4th and Spruce 
Norfleet & Vaughn [Marmaduke W Norfleet and Thomas 
L Vaughn], proprietors Piedmont Warehouse, n w cor 
Old Town and 4th 
Norwood Bettie, wid of George, r n s Court House Square 
Norwood House, Mrs F J Hardy propr, n s 4th 4 w Main 
Norwood W P, tobacco mnfr, r n e cor Sycamore and 4th 



o 



AKS EMELINE (c), washerwoman Central Hotel 



Oaks Henry (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r n Liberty 
Ogburn Chas D, elk Hodgin & Sullivan, r s e cor Liberty 

and 5th 
Ogburn Chas J [Ogburn, Hill & Co], bds w s Old Town 1 n 

6th 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 29 

Ogburn, Hill & Co [Chas J Ogburn, Wm P Hill and S A 
Ogburn], tobacco innfrs, s w cor Old Town and 7th 

Ogburn Sihon A [Ogburn, Hill & Co], r n e cor 4th and Old 
Town 

Ormsby Harry W, foreman Union Republican office, r w s Old 
Town 3 s Belo 

Ormsby Wm P, dealer in pianos, organs and musical mer- 
chandise, r w s Old Town 3 s Belo 

Osborn Thomas M, physician, n e cor Main and 5th, res 
Old Town Road 2 n 7th 



>ALMER HIRAM, painter, bds n w cor Poplar and 4th 

Palmer Luther, painter, r n w cor Poplar and 4th 

Pannill Carter (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, bds e end 4th nr 

limits 
Parham Major (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Partin Wm R, r w s Chestnut 2 n 1st 
Patterson J Harrison (c), r e s Elm 1 n 1st 
Patterson Thomas, genl receiver of plugs and twists Brown 

& Brother 
Pattillo Henry (c), r s s 5th 3 w Depot 
Pattillo Wm (c), wks Brown & Brother, r s s5th 3 w Depot 
Paylor John D, elk S D Franklin & Co, r s w cor Liberty 

and 6th 
Payne David (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Payne John (c), bds w s Church 3 s 4th 
Payne Sheppard S (c), r s w cor 4th and Church 
Payne Solomon (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds s w cor 

Church and 4th 
Payne Wm (c), wks at T L Vaughn's 
Payne Wm L, elk J E Gilmer, r w s Spruce 3 n 4th 
Paxton John (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Pearce Wm A S, bkpr Norfleet & Vaughn, r w s Spruce 3 n 4th 
Pearson Richard (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Pegram James H, cabinet mkr A C Vogler, r n e cor Church 

and 4th 
Pegram Julius M, elk Pfohl & Stockton 
Pegram Leonidus W, elk 1st National Bank, r w s Old 

Town 1 n 5th 



30 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Pegram Lennius M, elk Clarke & Ford, r w s Old Town 1 n 

5th 
Pegram Saml J, wks W W Wood, bds n e cor Main and 6th 
Pegram Robert, wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Pegram Rev Thomas H, r w s Old Town 1 n 5th 
Pegram Thomas H Jr, merchant, r w s Old Town 1 n 5th 
Perm Edward (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Penn John (c), hostler, r w s Main 1 n 5th 
Penn Peter (c), lab Bitting & Whitaker, r e end 3d nr limits 
Penn Tony (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r e end 3d nr R R 
Perry Boss (c), bds cor 5th and Chestnut 
Petree John H, painter, res Cherry 2 n 1st 
Petree Amanda, tailoress R D Johnston, r Salem 
Petree Rebecca, tailoress R D Johnston, r Salem 
Petticord Hamilton, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Phillips Henry (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Pfohl Edward A [Pfohl & Stockton], r Merchants' Hotel 
Pfohl Wm T, tax collector, bds Winston Hotel 
Pfohl & Stockton [Edward A Pfohl and Joseph H Stock- 
ton], proprs Merchants' and Central Hotels, also whol 
and ret dealers in dry goods, boots, shoes, clothing, etc., 
s e cor Main and 3d 
Piedmont Warehouse, Norfleet & Vaughn proprs, n w cor 

Old Town and 4th 
Pierce Boney R, r w s Liberty 1 s 3d 
Pierce James H, r w s Liberty 1 s 3d 
Pierce James R[T J Brown & Co], r w s Liberty 1 s 3d 
Pierce Samuel (c), driver Miller Bros 
Pierce Sidney F, manager rolling room R J Reynolds, r w s 

Liberty 1 s 3d 
Pitts Andrew, lab, r Liberty Addition 
Pitts Harrison, carpenter, r s s 2d 1 e Main 
Pitts Rums, brickmason, res Old Town 2 n 7th 
Poindexter Gabriel W, deputy sheriff, r w s Poplar 2 n 4th 
Poindexter H Dalton, elk G T Foust, r w s Spruce 2 s 5th 
Poindexter John (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 
Poindexter Rives (c), lab Fogle Bros, r Liberty Addition 
Poindexter Samuel (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 
Pomter Shade (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Post Office, W A Walker postmaster, w s Liberty 5 n 4th 
Potts Andrew (c), lab, r s Liberty 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 31 

Powell Alex, (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 

Prather John F, [J F Prather & Co], r w s Liberty 1 s 5th 

Prather J F & Co, [John F Prather and Christian T Suss- 

dorf], genl merchandise, n w cor 4th and Liberty 
Presbyterian Church, w s Cherry 2 s 4th 
Preston James (c), lab T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Liberty 1 

n 7th 
Price Anderson (c), wks Piedmont warehouse 
Price Chas J, elk Martin Grogan, r Martin Grogan's 
Price Geo (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Price John (c), driver Miller Bros, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Price John (c), lab Fogle Bros, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Price Phillip, (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r w s Liberty 1 

n 7th 
Price Rufus (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 

Price Samuel (c), driver Miller Bros, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Price W Henry (c), wks Brown & Bro, bds w s Liberty 2 

s 5th 
Pringle Alonzo J, bds s e cor Spruce and 5th 
Public School, n w cor Liberty and 1st 
Puryear Jerry (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Puryear Thomas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 



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AMEY EDWARD, wks P Hanes & Co 



Ramey George (c), wks Brown & Bro 

Ramey Phillip, elk W C Causey 

Ramsey Henry (c), wks Beck & Moore 

Rank G P, shoemaker, w s Main 1 s 2d, r East Salem 

Rank Geo S, wks L C Hine, r G P Rank 

Rank John P, wks L C Hine, r East Salem 

Rayle Bartlett Y, atty at law and solicitor inferior court, 

office Court House, r s e cor 4th and Spruce 
Reagan John C, leaf tobacco dealer Piedmont warehouse, 

bds w s Old Town 2 s 6th 
Reed Anselom, r s e cor 2d and Chestnut 
Reed Bros, [John W and David S Reed, Jr], dry goods, 

groceries, etc, s w cor Depot and 2d 
Reed Christian, r w s Liberty 2 s 3d 
Reed Christian F, r w s Liberty 2 s 3d 



32 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Reed David S Jr, [Reed Bros], r n w cor Chestnut and 2d 

Reed Isham (e), servant at N N Tuck's 

Reed John W, [Reed Bros], r s s 2d 2 w Depot 

Reed Mattie K, [Mrs M K Reed & Co], r s s 2d 2 w Depot 

Reed Mrs M K & Co, [Mattie K Reed and Lou Kirkman], 

millinery and notions, e s Main 1 n 2d 
Revelle Willard Y, elk H Jacobs, bds Wilson Hotel 
Reynolds Henry (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Reynolds James (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Reynolds John, painter, r Liberty Addition 
Reynolds John (c) wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Reynolds Noah (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Reynolds Richard J, manfr chewing tobacco, e s Chestnut 

2 n 1st, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Rhoads Daniel (c), servant at n e cor Liberty and 5th 
Richardson Ed, r n s 4th 2 e Chestnut 
Richardson Fred (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Richardson Thomas (c\ wks T L Vaughn <fc Co 
Richmond Bethall (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Riding Miss L,rse cor Liberty and 5th 
Rights Alexander J, carpenter, r bet Liberty and Old Town 

ight David (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Right Geo, printer, Winston "Sentinel" 
Right Wen (c), wks Brown & Bro, r s s 5th 3 w Depot 
Rives Benj A, [Carter, Rives & Co], bds Norwood House 
Roacli Pinkney, wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Roan Geo L (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Roan Henry, book-keeper R J Reynolds, bds Merchants' 

Hotel 
Roan Dr Preston, physician, w s Court House Square, 

bds Merchants' Hotel 
Roberts John C, director Wachovia National Bank, r Ker- 

nersville 
Roberts Westley (c), wks Brown & Bro, r n Liberty 
Robertson Benjamin (c), wks Brown & Bro, r s s 5th 4 w 

Depot 
Robertson Samuel (c), cooper, r e end 3d nr limits 
Robinson James A, editor and propr Winston " Leade"r 

office n w cor Liberty and 4th, r n s 5th G w Spruce 
Robinson Win H, manager prize rooms Brown & Bro 
Robinson W P (c), wks Brown & Bro 



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WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 33 



Rogers Stephen (c), pressman Winston " Sentinel " 

Rose Benj, clothing, gents' furnishing goods, hats, caps, etc, 

e s Court House Square, 3 n 3d, r same 
Rose Boon M, elk B F Crosland, bds Wilson House 
Rose Henry, elk B Rose, res Court House Square, 3 n 3d 
Rose Morris, res Court House Square 3 n 3d 
Ross Washington (c), bricklayer, r e end 4th nr limits 
Rothrock Daniel, wagon-maker, rsw cor Oak and Belo 
Rucker Augustine, gardener at Merchants' Hotel, r same 
Rucker Banks, elk G M Rucker 
Rucker Geo M, agt, genl merchandise, e s Main 3 s 4th, 

bds Central Hotel 
Rucker Pannill, elk G M Rucker 
Russell Charley (c) wks P H Hanes & Co, re end 4th nr 

railroad 
Russell George (c), wks W W Wood 
Russell Wm (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 



^ALES ADAM (c), r w s Church 2 n 5th 

Satterfield Albert (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 

Satterfield Jno S, wks Bitting & Whitaker, bds Norwood House 

Saunders , bds e end 3d nr railroad 

Saunders Mollie (c), washerwoman Central Hotel 

Sawyer Nancy (c), cook Winston Hotel 

Sawyer Wm (c), porter Winston Hotel 

Scales Alfred (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 

Scales Dudley (c), wks H Scales, r w s Chestnut 3 n 2d 

Scales Eldridge (c), bds w s Chestnut 3 n 2d 

Scales Ferdinand (c), wks C Hamlen & Co 

Scales Green (c), lab, r e end 3d ni railroad 

Scales Hamilton, mnfr plug tobacco, e s Church 2 n 5th, 
bds Merchants' Hotel 

Scales Hess (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 

Scales James S, floor manager Norfleet & Vaughn, bds e s 
Elm 1 s 3d 

Scales John (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 

Scales Lace (c), wks H Scales, r w s Chestnut 1 n 5th 

Scales Lawson (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r Liberty st Lib- 
erty Addition 



34 "WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Scales Moses (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Scales Mebane (c), lab T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Chestnut 1 n 

5th 
Scales Noah (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Scales Nelson (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Scales Bess (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Scales Robert (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Scales Scott (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 
Scales Thomas (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, bds w s Chestnut 

3 n2d 
Scales Win (c), bds w s Chestnut 3 n 2d 
Scarborough Wm, carpenter Miller Bros, r n w cor Depot and 

1st 
Scott Grandison (c), wks W W Wood 
Seddon Joseph M, plasterer, bds s e cor Liberty and 5th 
Sellers James (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Setser Anderson (c), wks H Scales 
Setser Henderson (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Sharp Alfred (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Sharp Silas E, painter, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Sharp Wiley, painter, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Shelburn Wm 0, manager Merchants' Hotel, r same 
Shelton Don D, wks Bitting & Whitaker, bds n e cor Main 

and 6th 
Shelton John (c), wks Ogburn, Hill & Co, r Liberty Addition 
Sheppard Benj J, stem dealer, cor 4th and Chestnut, res 

Depot 2 s 6th 
Sheppard Miss Gertrude, bds Norwood House 
Sheppard Henry, wood worker A W Bevel, r Salem 
Sheppard John, bkpr and auctioneer Lash's Warehouse, bds 

Central Hotel 
Sherman Henry (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Old Town 

1 s5th 
Short Samuel (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Shouse Edwin T, shoe mkr, s e cor 2d and Elm, r same 
Shouse Rufus (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Shultz G Rufus, bkpr J I Nissen, r Salem 
Siddell Henry (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds cor 5th and 

Chestnut 
Simmons Wm, wks J I Nissen 
Simpson Yancey (c), tobacco roller T L Vaughn & Co, bds 

rear J M Grogan's Liberty st 



WINSTON, N. G., DIRECTORY. 35 

Sims Herbert H, r n e cor Cherry and 1st 

Singer Sewing Machine, A M Jones manager, w s Main 

3 s 3d 
Sink John H, genl merchandise, w s Main 7 s 3d, bds Mer- 
chants' Hotel 
Skeins Clarkson (c), lab, r South Liberty 
Slade Benjamin, lab, r n e cor Main and 7th 
Small James D, builder and carpenter, res Old Town 1 s 

Belo 
Smith A A, bds Central Hotel 
Smith Edwin F (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Smith Frank (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Smith Henry (c), wks R J Reynolds, bds s w cor Church 

and 4th 
Smith Ivison, r South Liberty 
Smith James P (c), [Gates & Smith], bds s Liberty 
Smith John (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r n s 5th 1 e Church 
Smith Lee A (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker, r w s Liberty 1 n 

7th 
Smith Lewis (c), wks Brown & Brother, rn s 5th 2 e Church 
Smith Margarett M, wid of Samuel H, r w s Cherry 4 s 4th 
Smith Morris (c), servant J E Gilmer 
Smith Creed, tobacconist, res Main 3 n 5th 
Smith Robert (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Smith Samuel H, druggist, w s Liberty 3 n 4th, r Cherry 
Smith Wm (c), wks Brown & Brother, r n s 5th 1 e Church 
Smith Wm M, elk G T Foust, r Salem 
Smeed James (c), wks H Scales 
Snipes Charles, carpenter, res Old Town 4 s Belo 
Snipes Nathaniel, butcher W Woodruff, res Old Town 4 s 

Belo 
Snow Horace N, cashier Revenue office, bds Central Hotel 
Sours Julius, w T ks R J Reynolds 
Southern Express Office, Chas Buford agt, at depot 
Spaugh Edward, Gov't storekeeper, r es Depot opp 6th 
Spaugh Julia, wid of Benjamin, res Elm 1 n 1st 
Spaugh Wm, brickmason, r w s Cherry 2 n 2d 
Speice Frank (c), blksmith J S White, res Main 2 n 4th 
Spencer Alexander (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Spencer Jouiiett, wks Bitting & Whitaker, r s w cor Cherry 

and 2d 



36 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Spencer Lewis B, travelling agt, rsw cor Cherry and 2d 
Spencer Robt B, wks P H Hanes & Co, rsw cor Cherry 

and 2d 
Stafford Aaron (c), blksinith A W Bevel, r Waugh Town 
Stafford Win B, manager H S Foy, hds e s Liberty 2 n oth 
Stanard Jeremiah (c), shoemkr, n s 4th 2 e Main, r same 
Staples Jack (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Starbuck D H [Starbuck & Field], res Main 1 n 1st 
Starbuck & Field [D H Starbuck and Justin Field], attys 

at law, e s Main 1 s 2d 
Stare Henry H, shoemaker, w s Liberty 3 s 5th, r w s Chest- 
nut 1 n 2d 
Starr Stephen, restaurant, n e cor Main and 4th, r same 
Steadman Rufus T, asst cashier 1st National Bank, bds n w 

Cherry and 5th 
Steger Thomas T, elk Martin Grogan, bds e s Spruce 2 s 5th 
Stephens John, r nr w end 2d 
Stewart Cherry (c), lab, r northern limits 
Stewart Cornelia (c), wid of Addison, r w s Depot 3 n 4th 
Stewart John C, printer " The Union Republican," rsw 

cor Old Town and Belo 
Stewart Nicey, wid of John, rsw cor Old Town and Belo 
Stockton Calvin (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Stockton Jerry (c), porter 1st National Bank, r Liberty st 

Liberty Addition 
Stockton John B, elk Pfohl & Stockton, r n s 2d 1 w Cherry 
Stockton John G, bakery and confectionery, e s Main 2 s 

3d, r s s 5th 4 w Poplar 
Stockton Joseph H, [Pfohl & Stockton], r Central Hotel 
Stockton Mary, wid of Wm, r n s 5th 4 w Spruce 
Stockton Madison D, book-keeper P H Hanes & Co, r n s 2d 

1 w Cherry 
Stockton Nathan G, elk B F Crosland, r n s 2d 2 w Cherry- 
Stockton Nicey (c), wid of Edward, r e end 3d nr limits 
Stokes John (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Strayhorn Calvin G, carpenter C Hamlen & Co, r w s Old 

Town 3 s 6th 
Stuart James (c), wks C Hamlen & Co, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Sublett Harrison, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Sullivan Nathaniel D, [Hodgin & Sullivan], r 10 miles 

n e Winston 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 



Sullivan Thomas (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 

Sussdorff Christian F, [J F Prather & Co], r w s Liberty 

1 s 5th 
Sutser Henderson (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 



T 



ALLEY ROBERT A, wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 



Tatum M J, bds Winston Hotel 

Tatura Mrs M F, milliner Davis & Welfare, bds Wilson House 
Tavis Christian H, carpenter, r s w cor Depot and 6th 
Tavis Wm, carpenter Fogle Bros, res Depot 1 s Gth 
Taylor Charles S, tobacco roller W W Wood, r w s Oak 1 

s Belo 
Taylor Henry (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Taylor Mary S, wid of Harvev, r w s Oak 1 s Belo 
Taylor S Dudley, wks H Scales, bds e s Old Town 1 s 7th 
Taylor Samuel, bds n s 2d 1 w Cherry 
Taylor Samuel H Jr, elk G M Rucker 
Temples Charles, lab, r s Liberty 
Temples Jane, wid of Wm, r s Liberty 
Temple Wm, wks E Fulk, r s Liberty 
" The Church Messenger," Rev W S Bynum, office e s Main 

3n2d 
" The Union Republican," J W Goslen editor and propr, 

e s Court House Square, 3 s 4th 
Thirley Anna, landlady Central Hotel 
Thomas Abner (c), wks P H Hanes & Co, r e end 4th nr 

railroad 
Thomas Harrison, wks Fogle Bros, r Winston 
Thomas Hezekiah, shoemaker, r Liberty Addition 
Thomas Lewis, driver, r s e cor Old Town and Belo 
Thamas Lindsay (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Thomas Monroe (c), wks B J Sheppard 
Thomas Samuel A, carpenter Miller Bros, r Liberty Addi- 
tion 
Thomas Wm H, carpenter J I Nissen, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Thompson Chas W (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Thompson Eliza (c), chambermaid Central Hotel 
Thompson Jane, wid of Wm, r w s Chestnut 1 s 2d 



38 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Thompson Neal (c), wks Brown & Brother 

Thompson Dr Vines 0, druggist, w s Court House Square 

3 s 4th, r n e cor Liberty and 5th 
Tig Mandy, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Tillman Calvin (c), r northern limits 

Tise Addison, wood-worker J H Johnston, r Liberty st Lib- 
erty Addition 
Tise Charles, merchant, r w s Liberty, 2 n 6th 
Tise Chas H [Jacob Tise & Co], r s w cor Main and 5th 
Tise Francis S, tobacco picker R J Reynolds, res Old Town 

4n7th 
Tise Frank, elk W C Causey 

Tise Isaac, wagon maker, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Tise J Cicero, inventor and propr of the patent Pneumatic 

churn, w s Main 1 n 5th, r same 
Tise Jacob, [Jacob Tise & Co], r n e cor 4th and Church 
Tise Jacob & Co [Jacob and Charles H Tise and John H 
Masten], general merchandise and furniture, s e cor 
Main and 4th 
Tise John H, butcher, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Tise Leroy A, blacksmith C W Church, r Liberty Addition 
Tise Nathaniel A, box-maker Fogle Bros, r Liberty Addition 
Tise Temperance, wid of Peter, res Old Town 4 n 7th 
Tise Wm C, blacksmith, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Tise's Hall, e s Court House Square 
Todd Edward (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Tuck Nathaniel N, dept revenue collector, r w end 4th cor 

Broad .ru^ >f ? 

Tunstall Spencer (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Turner Abner (c), r w s Spruce, 2 n 5th 
Tysor Joseph (c), porter Dr V O Thompson, bds w s Lib- 
erty, 2 s 5th 



T TALENTINE GENERAL (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Vann John T, bds Central Hotel 

Vaughn A A, box maker Brown & Brother, r Liberty st 

Liberty Addition 
Vaughn Henry (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r s s 4th e Main 
Vaughn Joseph B, [Brown <& Vaughn], r s w cor Spruce 

and 6th 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 39 

Vaughn Leon A, elk Vaughn & Crutchfield, bds Norwood 

House 
Vaughn Thos L, [Norfleet & Vaughn, Vaughn & Crutch- 
field and T L Vaughn & Co], r w s Poplar 2 s 4th 
Vaughn T L & Co, [Thomas L Vaughn & Alex T Benton], 

inaiifr plug and twist tobacco, w s Old Town 1 n 4th 
Vaughn & Crutchfield, [Thomas L Vaughn & Felix G 

Crutchfield], genl merchandise, ns Court House Square 

2 e Liberty- 
Vernon Kegly (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r w s Depot 

In 4th 
Vernon Matilda (c), r w s Depot 1 n 4th 
Vincent Benj (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Vogler Julius R, director Wachovia National Bank, r Salem 
Vogler M N, blk smith, s w cor Church and 2nd, r Salem 
Vogler Wm T, watch maker and jeweller, w s Main 8th s 

3rd, r Salem 



WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK, W F Bowman 
Pres, E Belo Vice Pres, W A Lemly Cashier, James 

A Gray Asst Cashier, w s Main opp Merchants' Hotel 
Wade John (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, bds w s Liberty 2 

s 5th 
Wsdkins Frank (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds w s Liberty 

f 2 s 5th 
Wadkins Wilson (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds w s Lib- 
erty 2 s 5th 
Walker Carrie, milliner L Gordon, r 5th nr Old Town 
Walker David C, printer, r n e cor Old Town and 5th 
Walker Ellen, asst post master, r w s Liberty 5 n 4th 
Walker J Robt, printer " Union Republican, r n e cor 5th 

and Old Town 
W"Iker Mangrum (c), wks Brown & Brother, bds w s Liberty 

2 s 5th 
Walker Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, r n e cor Old Town 

and 5th 
Walker Martha, widow of Crawford, r Liberty st Liberty 

Addition 
Walker Mat (c), bds w side Liberty 2 s 5th 
Walker Richard (c), wks W W Wood, bds w s Church 3 

n 5th 



40 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Walker Stephen (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, r n Liberty 
Walker Wiley A, postmaster, office w s Liberty 5 n 4th, 

r same 
Wall James (c), servant at s w cor Cherry and 5th 
Wall Luther (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 
Walls Alf(c), wks HS Foy 
Walls Jacob (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Wallace Zeb (c), wks R J Reynolds, bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Ward Andrew (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co, bds n Liberty 
Warner Jonas A, trunk maker, res Cherry 3 s 3d 
Warner S W Columbus, res Cherry, 3 s 3d 
Warren Richard (c), wks Brown & Bro 
Warren Robt (c), wks H Scales, r nr w end 2d 
Washington Geo (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, bds w s 

Liberty 2 s 5th 
Washington Wm (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones, bds w s 

Chestnut 4 n 2d 
Watkins Alex, elk N T Watkins, r n e cor Church and 2d 
Watkins Carrie, milliner Mrs M K Reed & Co, r Henry 

Watkins 
Watkins Hannibal (c), wks W W Wood 
Watkins John D, r n s 5th 2 w Spruce 
Watkins Nathaniel T, dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, caps, 

etc, e s Main 2 n 2d, r n e cor Church and 2d 
Watkins Nathaniel V, elk N T Watkins, r n e cor Chu ch 

and 2d 
Watkins Richard (c), wks C Hamlen & Co, r rear C Hamlen 

& Co's factory 
Watkins Wm H, Gov't storekeeper, r e end 2d nr railroad 
Watson Cyrus B T Watson & Glenn], rsw cor Old Town 

and 6th 
Watson Geo W, wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Watson & Glenn [Cyrus B Watson and Wm B C-lenn], 

attys at law, n s Court House Square 2 e Liberty 
Watt Cager (c), cook Central Hotel 
Watt Edward (c), lab R J Reynolds, r e end 2d nr depot 
Webb Emily, wid of James, res Liberty 2 n 5th 
Webb Lucy (c), r n e cor Chestnut and 7th 
Webb Wm (c), lab, r s Liberty 
Webster Ben (c), lab C Hamlen & Co, r s Liberty 



Pfohl & Stockton, 




Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



J UWJPDi 



Notions, Hats, Caps, Boots, 



SHOES, 
GROCERIES, 



mm>§ 

Queensware, 

HAEDWAKE, &c, &c, 



WINSTON, N. C. 



"Highest prices paid for all kinds of Dried Fruits and general 
Country Produce. 




m®% 



WINSTON, N. C. 

PFOHL, A" STOCKTO.Y, Propria. 

REMODELED and elegantly furnished. Attentive servants. 'Bus to 
and from all trains. 

W. O. SHELBURN, Clerk 



Central Hotel, 



■wuktstof*",, int. o. 

PFOHL & STOCKTON, Proprietors. 

Remodeled and Elegantly Furnished. 

Attentive Servants. 'Bus to and from all Trains, 

T. W. HUSKE, Clerk. 



*1 





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WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 41 

"Webster Nancy, wid of B F, r n w cor Main and 1st 
Webster Rufus (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Webster Thomas (c), lab Bynum, Cotton & Jones, r s Liberty 
Welfare Miss T A [Davis & Welfare], r Salem 
Wells Rev Isaac (c), r n end Depot st n Liberty 
Wheeler A F, wid Morris J, r s e cor Liberty and Gth 
Wheeler Hiram (c), lab, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
Whitaker Wm A [Bitting & Whitaker], bds Merchants' 

Hotel 
White Albert E, wks C Haralen & Co, r w s Main 1 n Gth 
White Frank T, blacksmith J S White, res Main 2 n 4th 
White Harriet A, wid of Andrew, r w s Main 1 n 6th 
White James A, coach mkr, Liberty st Liberty Addition 
White James E, wood worker J S White, res Main 2 n 4th 
White John H, farmer, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
White John H, grocer, s w cor Liberty and Main, r same 
White Joseph 0, painter, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
White Joshua S, carriage and wagon mnfr, e s Main 4 n 

4th, res Main 2 n 4th 
White Mrs J S, millinery and dress mkr, e s Main 3 n 4th, 

res Main 2 n 4th 
White Melvina T, wid of Tandy, r Liberty st Liberty Addi- 
tion 
White Walter F, printer Winston "Sentinel," r w s Main 1 

n 6th 
White Wra (c), wks B J Sheppard 
White Wm II, painter, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 
White Willard B, r w s Liberty 4 n 4th 
White W R, wks Fogle Bros, 
Whitfield Leonard (c), wks Brown & Brother, r n s 5th 1 e 

Church 
Whiting Alexander (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Whittington James M, canvasser Singer Sewing Machine, r 

Jonesville N C 
Whorton Henry (c), porter S H Smith 
Wiles Thomas A, floor manager Lash's Warehouse, res 

Spruce 1 s 4th 
Wiley Rev Calvin H, Dist Supt American Bible Society 

for North and South Carolina and Ex State Supt 

Schools, res Spruce 2 n 5th 
Wilkerson James (c), wks Brown & Brother 
5 



42 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Wilkins Graham (c), wks R J Reynolds 

Wilkinson Aaron (c), wks T L Vaughn & Co 

Williams Buck (c), wks Brown's Warehouse, r s w cor 4th 

and Poplar 
Williams Cornelius (c), barber, r s s 4th 1 e Main 
Williams James T (c), bds w s Liberty 2 s 5th 
Williams Jerry (c), lab Bynum, Cotton & Jones, r e end 2d 

nr depot 
Williams John (c), bds w s Church 3 n 5th 
Williams Nancy, wid of Geo W, r w end 5th 
Williamson Addison A, wks Bitting & Whitaker, bds cor 

5th and Chestnut 
Williamson Alford H (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Williamson James T (c), wks W W Wood 
Williamson M N [M N Williamson & Co], bds Central 

Hotel 
Williamson M N & Co [M N Williamson], leaf tobacco 

dealers and brokers, s s 3d 2 e Church 
Willis Frank (c), wks Brown & Brother 
Wills Rev Richard H, minister, r Old Town 1 n 7th 
Wilson Anderson (c), servant at J A Bittings' 
Wilson Boon A [Curtis & Wilson] 
Wilson Chas (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Wilson Edgar H, elk Brown & Vaughn, r n w cor Main and 

2d 
Wilson Joshua, r e end 4th nr limits 
Wilson Mary J, r w s Liberty 1 s 3d 
Wilson Peter A Jr, bkpr Brown's warehouse, bds Winston 

Hotel 
Wilson P A Sr, propr Winston Hotel, s w cor Liberty and 

3d, r same 
Wilson Robt (c), wks Bitting & Whitaker 
Wilson Thomas A [Leak & Wilson], elk of Inferior Court, 

office Court House, r n w cor Main and 2d 
Wilson Thos J, attorney at law, w s Main 1 n 2d, r n w 

cor Main and 2d 
Wilson Thomas J, manager Winston Hotel, r same 
Wilson Wm C, carpenter, r e end 4th nr limits 
Winkler Chas A, bakery and confectionery, e s Court House 

Square 2 n 3d, r Salem 
Winston Hotel, P A Wilson propr, s w cor Liberty and 3d 



WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 43 

"Winston Leader," J A Robinson editor and propr, n w 

cor Liberty and 4th 
"Winston Sentinel," Geo M Mathes editor and propr, e s 

Main 3 n 2d 
Wise George (c), lab P H Hanes & Co, r e end 3d nr railroad 
Wise Henry A, brickmason, r w end 4th 
Withers George (c), r s Liberty 
Womack H B G, wks Ogburn, Hill & Co 
Wood Branch (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Wood Edwin H, wks T L Vaughn <fc Co, bds n e cor Liberty 

and 3d 
Wood John O, elk Hodgin & Sullivan, bds Norwood House 
Wood Mrs Lula, bds Norwood House 
Wood Thomas A (c), shoemaker J S Edwell, r n Liberty 
Wood W W, manfr of all grades of chewing tobacco, s e 

cor Church and 6th, me corner Main and 6th 
Woodruff John, bds Norwood House 
Woodruff Lewis (c), wks Brown & Brother, r s s 5th 1 e 

Church 
Woodruff Spencer (c), wks Brown & Brother, r s s 5th 1 e 

Church 
Woodruff Wm, meat market, w s Liberty 3 s 5th, bds Nor- 
wood House 
Woodson John (c), wks R J Reynolds 
Woodson Robert H, trader, r w s Liberty 2 s 7th ' 
Woodson Robt H Jr, elk Jacob Tise & Co, r w s Liberty 2 s 

7th 
Wooters Henry C, chief of police, r w s Old Town 2 n 7th 
Workman Marian C, carpenter, r n s Main 1 n 6th 
Workman Wm W, printer, res Main 2 n 6th 
Wright Fanny (c), boarding-house, r w s Chestnut 4 n 2d 
Wright Phillip M, manager picking-room R J Reynolds, r 

e s Liberty 1 s 7th 
Wright Samuel W, manager C Hamlen & Co, r n s 4th 2 w 

Main 
Wright Wm, r s s 5th 3 w Depot 



Y 



OES, WM (c), r w s Church 3 s 4th 



Young Men's Christian Association Hall, w s Court House 
Square 



44 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Young Samuel (c), wks P H Hanes & Co 
Youse Pink (c), lab, r Liberty Addition 



z 



EIGLER JAMES T, r Liberty st Liberty Addition 



GEO. W. HINSHAW. WM. M. HINSHAW. 

HINSHAW BROS., 

4tla (Shallow Ford Street), opposite Piedmont Warehouse, 

WINSTON, N. C, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

General Merchandise, Seeds and Fertilizers, Dry Goods, No- 
tions, Stationery and School Books, Shoes and Boots, 
Hats, Crockery, Glass "Ware, Hardware Drugs, 
and Patent Medicines, Groceries, Syrups, 
Salt, Oils, Paints, Leather, Wood 
and Wlilow Ware, &c. 
Specialties. — Allison & Addison's Star Brand Complete Manure, for 
Wheat, Corn, Oats and Tobacco ; No. 1 Peruvian Guauo, Land Plaster, Or- 
chard Grass Seed, Herd's Grass Seed, Timothy and Clover Seed, Golden Millet 
Seed, Select Seed Potatoes, Chufas and Dried Fruits. 

Mrs.T.B.DOUTHIT, 

Fashionable Millinery and 
Notion Store, 

Where will always be found a large and well-selected 
stock of MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, 
fine JEWELRY, Ladies' FURNISHING GOODS, etc., 
which will be sold at the lowest cash price, in her New 
Store, on Main street, nearly opposite Salern Female Semi- 
nary. 



Salem, N. C, Si 




FOR ABBREVIATIONS, SEE FIRST PAGE. 



A 



CKERMAN ALEX A, carpenter F X- II Fries, r s w 
cor Elm and Bank 

Ackerman Edward T, supt cotton mill F & H Fries, r w s 

Elm 7 s New Shallowford 
Agthe Frederick, prof of music and supt music department 

Salem Female Academy, r same 
Anderson James, moulder Salem Iron "Works, bds e s Elm 

2 n New Shallowford 

Atwood Elijah (c), lab, r n s West 1 w Main 

Axson James, second hand weaving room F & H Fries, r n 

e cor Cherry and New Shallowford 
Axson John, manager finish dept F & H Fries, r n e cor 

Cherry and New Shallowford 
Axsom Wm E, machinist F& H Fries, r n e cor Cherry and 

New Shallowford 

BAHNSON HENRY T, physician, es Church 4 n Old 
Shallowford, also at Smith's drug store, Winston, r e 

s Church 4 n Old Shallowford 
Bahnson Louisa, wid, r Widows' Home 
Bahnson Wm G, [Siddall & Bahnson], bds w s Main 2 n 

Cemetery 
Banner Lewis (c), wks F & H Fries, r Waugh Town 
Banner Wm (c), wks F & H Fries, r Waugh Town 
Barton Daniel, miller F & IT Fries, bds n e cor Elm and 

Bank 
Beck Felicia J, matron Salem Female Academy 
Beck Robt T, elk J F Shaffner, r same 
Beck Wm, gun smith appretice Wm Dettmar, bds w s Elm 

3 n Bank 



46 SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Beckel Sophia, wid of Hiram, r w s Salt 6 n Old Shallow- 
ford 
Belo Alex (c), servant, r n e cor Main and Bank 
Belo Edward, Vice Pres Wachovia National Bank, r n e 

cor Main and Bank 
Belo Henrietta, wid, r Widows' Home 
Belo John L, book-keeper, res main 1 s Cemetery 
Bennett Chas E, apprentice I W Durham, r n w cor Main 

and AVest 
Bennett John, r n w cor Main and West 
Bennett Tobitha, wid of Edward, r n w cor Main and West 
Blackburn Jasper, driver for Sheriff Fogle, r n w cor Belew's 
Creek and Depot 
^^^-Blickenderfer Jacob, notions, fancy goods, &c, e s Main 2 
n Bank, r e s Main 2 s West 
Blum A M, wid of David, res Main 3 s Cemetery 
Blum C hristia n J (c), cooper, e s Main 2 s New Shallowford 
Blum Edward T, [L V & E T Blum], r w s Main 1 n Salem 

Hotel 
Blum. Jerry (c), cooper, res Elm 1 n New Shallowford 
Blum Katie, wid of Nathaniel, r Cemetery send Church 
Blum Levi V, [L V & E T Blum], r w s Main 1 n Salem 

Hotel 
Blum L V & E T, [Levi V & Edward T], proprs and pub- 
lishers Salem " Press," also publishers of the " Farmers' 
and Planters' Almanac" and dealers in books and sta- 
tionery, w s Main 1 n Salem Hotel 
Bodenhamer Jesse N, wks J I Nissen, r w s Elm 5 s New 

Shallowford 
Boner Eugene A, journalist, r w s Salt 3 s Bank 
Boner Maria D, teacher Salem Female Academy 
Boner Mrs P E, wid of T J, r w s Salt 3 s Bank 
Boner Sophia, wid, r Widows' Home 
Bowman Jake (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Brendle Wm A, capenter, r nr Cemetery 
Brewer James A, brick moulder, r nr Cemetery 
Brewer Samuel, barber, w s Main 2 n Bank, bds w s Elm 

6 n Bank 
Brietz Charles G, United States Commissioner, e s Main 3_s 
Bank, r same 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 47 

Brietz Joseph C, wks A E Giersch, bds e s Main 2 n Old 

Shallowford 
Brietz John L, elk H W Fries 

Brietz Lewis A, farmer, r w s Old Shallovvford nr w limits 
Brietz Levin R, farmer, r w s Old Shallowford nr w limits 
Brooks Chas B, general storekeeper revenue office, rue cor 

Depot and Belew's Creek 
Brooks Geo H, messenger 1st National Bank, rue cor Depot 

and Belew's Creek 
Brown Anna, wi-d of Dr Nelson, r nr Cemetery 
Brown Bedford, wks Fries' tannery, r w s Elm 2 s New Shal- 
lowford 
Brown Frank C, elk J F Prather & Co, bds Norwood House 
Brown Jackson, wks Fries' cotton factory, r s w cor Marshall 

and Old Shallowford 
Brown Jesse, tanner F & H Fries, r s s Mill 1 w Main 
Brown John, lab, r w s Elm 2 s New Shallowford 
Brown Lewis, r nr cemetery 
Brown Nathaniel, teamster Fogle Bros, r w s Elm 5 s New 

Shallowford 
Brown Thomas, wks Fries' cotton factory, r s w cor Marshall 

and Old Shallowford 
Bugher Stephen D, engineer, r n s New Shallowford nr limits 
Burrell Samuel, bds w s Elm 6 s New Shallowford 
Butner Adam, propr Salem Hotel, r same 
Butner Adam (c), lab, r n s West 1 w Main 
Butner John L, harness maker S A Veach 
Butner Luther 0, machinist F & H Fries, r w s Poplar 1 n 

West 
Butner S Edward, elk F & H Fries, r w s Poplar 1 n West 
Butner Thaddeus M, watchmaker A E Welfare, bds w s 

Depot 1 s 1st 
JByham Angeline, wid, r Widows' Home 



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ANEDY JAMES N, brickmason, r nr Cemetery 



Chadwick Oliver, r s s Walnut 1 w Main 
Charmiehael Eliza F, stewardess Salem Female Academy 
Chitty Emma L, teacher Salem Female Academy 
Chitty Frederica, wid, r Widows' Home 



48 SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Chitty Reuben L, grave-digger, r w s Liberty 3 s 1st 
Clewell Dorothea, wid of David, i w s Main 3 s New Shal- 

lowford 
Clinard Livingston M, elk H W Fries, r w s Elm 1 s Bank 
Coble Emsley T, wks Fogle Bros 
Collins Alfred N, blacksmith M N Vogler, r s s 1st between 

Chestnut and Depot 
Collins Malinda, wid of Davy, r w s Salt 2 n Bank 
Colored Moravian Church 1st, e s Church 6 s Walnut 
Conrad Elizabeth, wid of John Joseph, r s a cor Main and 1st 
Cook Thomas L, carpenter, r nr Cemetery 
Cooper Margaret A, wid of Franklin, r s w cor Elm and New 

Shallowford 
Cooper Rebecca, wid of Charles, res Main 3 s New Shal- 
lowford 
Cooper Wm J, [Cooper & Hendricks], res Main 3 s New 

Shallowford 
Cooper & Hendricks, [Wm J Cooper and Lee Hendricks], 

proprs Salem Mills, w end Mill nr limits 
Cotton Roderick, [Bynum, Cotton & Jones], bds Winston 
Council Chamber, w s Main opp Public Square 
Cramer Eliza, wid, r Widows' Home 
Crosland Benj F, genl merchandise, n w cor Main and Old 

Shallowford, r n s Old Shallowford 1 w Main* 
Crist Clarance E, printer L V & E T Blum, res Church 5 

s Walnut 
Crist Harvey S, machinist Fogle Bros, res Church 4 s 

Walnut 
Crist Rosalia, wid of Jacob, res Church 4 s Walnut 
Crist Ti ffugott F, elk J E Mickey, res Church 5 s Walnut 
Crist Wm C, elk, res Church 5 s Walnut 
Crouse Daniel T, pottery, r s w cor Liberty and 1st 



D 



AVIS JESSE, wks Fries' tannery 



Davis Thomas (c), lab, r w s Poplar 1 s West 

Davis & Welfare, [Mrs N S Davis and Mrs T A Welfare], 

millinery, w s Main 4 s New Shallowford 
DeSchweinitz Emil A, minister, res Church opp Bank 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 49 

Dettmar Wm, gun and locksmith, w s Main 7 n Bank, r 

w s Elm 3 n Bank 
Dillard Mortimer (c), shaver Fries' tannery 
Dillon Eliza, r n e cor Mill and Marshall 
Dillon James, r w s Salt 3 s New Shallowford 
Dobson John H, atty at law, rse cor Main and Cemetery 
Dobson Joseph, atty at law, rse cor Cemetery and Main 
Dobson Wm P, elk J E Gilmer, r s e cor Main and Cemetery 
Douthit Thomas B, r w s Main 2 n Old Shallowford 
Douthit Mrs T B, millinery, notions, etc., w s Main 2 n Old 

Shallowford, r same 
Durham Irvin W, marble works, rse cor Main and 1st 



EBERT CHRISTIAN, hat and far store, w s Main 7 s 
New Shallowford, r same 

-Ebert Eugene A, genl merchandise, e s Main 4 n Bank, r n 
e cor Main and Belew's Creek 

Ebert John, teamster F & H Fries, res Cherry 2 s 1st 

Eudie James, carpenter, r s w cor Marshall and Old Shallow- 
ford 

Eudie John J, carpenter, res Main opp New Shallowford 

Everett Samuel H, school teacher, res Main 1 n Bank 

Everhart Catharine, wid, r Widows' Home 

Everhart Elizabeth, wid of David, r n w cor Marshall and 
West 

Everhart Levi F, asst miller Cooper & Hendricks, r s s Mill 
opp Marshall 

Everhart Parker, porter Pfohl & Stockton, rse cor Poplar 
and Old Shallowford 



i ARROW MARY, wid of Rev W T, r Belew's Creek nr 
railroad 

Farrow Thomas L, manager prize room R J Reynolds, r 
Belew's Creek nr railroad 

Fisher Charles L, elk, r n s Belew's Creek 1 e Chestnut 

Fisher Eliza J, r s e cor Main and Walnut 

Fisher Fannie, wid of James, r n s Belew's Creek 1 n Chestnut 

Fisher Jefferson, miller Cooper & Hendricks, r nr corpora- 
tion limits 



50 SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Fisher Robert, hostler F & H Fries, r w s Salt 3 s Bank 

Fletcher Elizabeth, wid of John, r w s Elm 2 s New Shallow- 
ford 

Fogle Augustus G, Sheriff Forsyth county, r n w cor Bo- 
le w's Creek and Depot 

Fogle Bros [Christian H and Chas A], planing and saw 
mill, sash door and blind factory and genl wood work- 
ers, Belew's Creek opp Church 

Fogle Charlie A [Fogle Bros], r s e cor Church and Belew's 
Creek 

Fogle Christian H [Fogle Bros], r n w cor Church and 
Belew's Creek 

Fogle Pauline A, housekeeper Salem Female Academy 

Foltz Minnie, r w s Main 2 n Mill 

Freeman Richard C, drummer, bds Salem Hotel 

Fries Daniel (c), dyer F & H Fries, rns Bank 1 w Salt 

Fries Frank H [F & H Fries], r n w cor Salt and New Shal- 
lowford 

Fries F & H, cotton and woolen manufacturers and own- 
ers of Wachovia Flouring Mills, n s New Shallowford 
1 w Salt 

Fries Henry E [F & H Fries], r n w cor Salt and New 
Shallowford 

Fries Henry W [F & H Fries], genl merchandise, n w cor 
Main and Bank, r n w cor Salt and New Shallowford 

Fries John W [F & H Fries], propr Fries' Tannery, r n w 
cor Cherry and New Shallowford 

Fries L M, wid of Francis, r n w cor Salt and New Shallow- 
ford 

Fries Phillip (c), wks F & H Fries 

Fries' Tannery, J W Fries propr, n w cor Elm and Old 
Shallowford 

Fries Wash (c), porter J E Mickey, bds w s Main 2 s Belew's 
Creek 

Fries Washington (c), wks F & H Fries, r Bank 1 w Salt 

Fulkerson Jacob L, Agent Wanamaker & Brown, *w s 
Main 5 n Old Shallowford, r same 

Fultz Anna, r s e cor Main and Mill 

Fultz Sallie, res Main 1 n Church 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 51 

GARBODEN JAMES H, boot and shoe mkr, w s Main 
4 n Bank, r w s Salt G n Old Shallowford 

Gas Works, n e cor Elm and New Shallowford 

Giersh Alex E, blksmith, w s Main 1 n New Shallowford, r 

e s Main 2 n Old Shallowford 
Giersh Harvey A, elk E A Ebert, res Main 2 n Old Shal- 
lowford 
Goer Wm (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Goslen Junius W, elk Revenue office, res Main 3 n Cem- 
etery 
Gray Allison (c), servant at s e cor Main and 1st 
Grogan Jack (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Grunert Wm C, watchmkr W T Vogler, r s e cor Main and 

Bank 
Grunert Louisa A, teacher Salem Female Academy 



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AIRSTON ROBT (c), wks depot, r e end 1st nr R R 



Halbrook Willis (c), carpenter Salem Iron Works 

Hall Rev James E, school teacher, bds e s Main 5 s New Shal- 
lowford 

Hall Wm H, candy mnfr, bakery and confectionery, e s 
Main 5 s New Shallowford, r same 

Hamilton Rufus, elk J E Mickey, bds w s Main 2 s Belew's 
Creek 

Hanes Amos (c), wks Fogle Bros, r n s Bank 1 w Salt 

Hargrave Alexander (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 

Hauser Calvin, r n s West 2 w Main 

Hauser Chas S, Clerk of the Superior Court, office Court 
House, r s e cor Main and 1st 

Hayworth Wm A, engineer, r nr Cemetery 

Hege Cara, bds n w cor Main and West 

Hege Constantine A, propr Salem Iron Works, w s Salt 3 
n New Shallowford, r w s Liberty 4 s 1st 

Hege George, r s end Church 2 e Main 

Hege Hattie, bds n w cor Main and West 

Hege Wm E, elk H A Siddall, bds w s Main 2 n Cemetery 

Hege Zachariah G, cabinet mkr, r s e cor 1st and Cherry 

Heisler Lizzie, elk J Blickenderfer, r Mrs Lidia Heisler 

Heisler Lydia, wid of John, r w s Salt 1 n Old Shallowford 



52 SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Hendricks Lee [Cooper & Hendricks], r n e cor Mill and 
Marshall 

Hendricks Robt L, elk E A Ebert, rne cor Mill and Marshall 

Hill Marten (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 

Holder Eliza, wid of Edward, r w s Elm G s New Shallow- 
ford 

Holt Temperance, wid of Wm, r s end Main 

Hough Albert G, bkpr Salem Iron Works, r w s Liberty 2 
s 1st 

Howard W A, wks Fogle Bros 

Hughes Henry, tailor, s e cor Poplar and Old Shallowford, 
r same 

Hughes Jefferson, wks Brown & Brother, r s e cor Poplar 
and Old Shallowford 

Hughes Samuel, wks Brown & Brother, r s e cor Poplar and 
Old Shallowford 

Hunter John W, dentist, w s Main 3 s Belew's Creek, r same 



I 



NT&RNAL REVENUE OFFICE, Wm H Wheeler Col- 
lector, s e cor Church and 1st 



J 



ACKSON GEORGE, lab, r nr Cemetery 



Jenkins Mrs M E, dress-maker, w s Main 4 s New Shallow- 
ford, r same 
Jenkins Robt H, r w s Main 3 s New Shallowford 
Johnson John (c), servant J D Siewers, r s end Church nr 

Moravian Cemetery 
Johnson Joseph (c), servant J T Shaffner 
Jones Albert, tax-collector, r n s Walnut 2 w Main 
Jones Albert M, manager Singer Sewing Machine Co, r 

s w cor West and Marshall 
Jones ^quiller H, lab Female Academy, r w s Marshall 3 

s wist 
Jordan Coley (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 53 

K EARNS THOMAS H, wks F & H Fries, r e s Main 3 
s Cemetery 

Keehln A E, wid of A, r n w cor Main and Walnut 
Keeliln Frank E, saddles and harness Winston, r s e cor 

Main and Walnut 
Keehln Geo L, printer L V & E T Blum, r n w cor Main 

and Walnut 
Keehln Susan, wid of Theodore, res Church 3 s Walnut 
Knouse Emery C, school teacher, r s s Mill opp Marshall 
Knouse Joseph J, shoemaker, Main opp Salem Hotel, r 3 

miles s Salem 
Knowles Charlotte, wid of John, r w s Salt 3 s New Shal- 

lowford 
Krouse Benjamin, tanner, r nr Cemetery 



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ANDQUIST JOHN P, r s e cor Main and Bank 



Landrick John, wks Fogle Bros, r w s Main 2 n Mill 
Lawrence Sidney M, harness maker L C Hiue, r nr Cemetery 
Lawson Wm (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Lee Nancy, wid of Solomon, r alley bet Bank and New Shal- 

lowford 
Lee Wm W, tinner J E Mickey, bds w s Main 2 s Belew's 

Creek 
Lehman Emma A, teacher history and English literature 

Salem Female Academy 
Lemly Henry A, r e s Main 1 n Walnut 
Lemly Ned (c), wks F & H Fries 
Lemley Wm A, cashier Wachovia National Bank Winston, 

res Church 1 s Belew's Creek 
Leonard Edward, errand boy Salem Iron Works 
Lewis Hasten, lab, r nr Cemetery 
Lewis Thos, lab, res Marshall 1 n Mill 
Lichtenthaler Rev Adolphus, principal of boys' school, bds 

w s Main 3 s Shallowford 
Lindsay Julius G, elk D A Spaugh 
Lindsay Marshall (c), wks w s Main 2 n Cemetery 
Lineback Edward W, dealer in musical instruments and 

piano tuner, n e cor Church and Cemetery, r same 



54 SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Lineback Henry A, photographer, w s Main 2 s Bank, r 
same 

Lineback James T, treasurer of the Board of Provincial 
Elders of the Southern Province of the Moravian Church 
or Unitas Fratrum, also Congregation of United Breth- 
ren of Salem and its vicinity, office s e cor Main and 
Bank, res Church 1 n Cemetery 

Lineback Julius A, asst J T Lineback, res Church 1 n Cem- 
etery 

Livengood Polly, wid of Joshua, r s w cor Walnut and Mar- 
shall 

Livengood Thomas A, elk, bds e s Main 2 n Old Shallow- 
ford 

Lockett Edward L, genl supt Brown & Brother, bds e s Main 
1 n bank 

Lott Hezekiah D, groceries, provisions, seed, etc, w s Main 5 
n Bank, r w s Cherry 1 n New Shallowford 

Lott K Stewart, elk H D Lott, r w s Cherry 1 n New Shal- 
lowford 

Lumley Cicero D, elk H A Siddall, bds w s Main 3 n Bank 

Lumley Isiah, wks F & H Fries, r w s Elm, 3 s New Shal- 
lowford 

Lumley Susan, wid of Alvin, r alley bet Bank and New 
Shallowford 

Lumley Thomas, r w s Elm 3 s New Shallowford 



McCHRISTON ROBT D, wks Fogle Bros, r 3 miles e 
Winston 

McElroy Giles (c), wks F & H Fries 
McGee Wm, wks Salem Hotel 



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ACK MARY J, teacher Salem Female Academy 



Martin Calvin (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 

Matthews Hampton (c), blacksmith, n w cor Mill and Main, 

r | mile s Salem 
Marten Asa (c), r s end Main 
Meinung Alexander C, teacher of music and fine arts, r w s 

Salt 2 s New Shallowford 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 56 

Meinung Edwin A, shoemaker, n e cor Main and Cemetery, 
res Main 1 n Cemetery 

Meller Edward, r w s Main 2 s West 

Meller Francis W, bakery, confectionery, toys, fancy goods, 
etc; also ice-cream saloon, w s Main opp Public Square, 
r w s Main 2 s West 

Micker C Frank, elk H A Siddall, bds w s Main 2 n Ceme- 
tery 

Mickey John S, r e s Main 1 s New Shallowford 

Mickey Julius E, stoves, tin-ware, china, glass-ware, etc, s w 
corner Main and Belew Creek, r w s Main 2 s Belew 
Creek 

Mickey Mrs J E, millinery and fancy goods, w s Main 2 s 
Belew Creek, r same 

Miller Amos, apprentice moulder Salem Iron Works 

Miller Barbara, wid of Constantine, res Elm 2 n New Shal- 
lawford 

Miller Ervin S, engineer F & H Fries, res Marshall 1 s 
West 

Mining Frank C, wook-worker H E Mining, r w s Main 2 n 
New Shallowford 

Mining Henry E, carriage and wagon manfr, n w cor Main 
and New Shallowford, r w s Main 2 n New Shallowford 

Moravian Church, e s Church opp Old Shallowford, Rev Ed- 
ward Bondthaler, pastor 

Morton Samuel, res Elm 1 n Bank 

Morton Harriet, wid of Wm, res Elm 1 n Bank 

Myers Amos, lab, res Marshall 1 n Mill 

NISSEN JOHN I, planing mill and genl machinist 
Winston, r n w cor Main and Belew's Creek 

Nissen's Manufacturing Co, P address Salem, Factory 
3 miles s Salem 

i^AKS BAYDEN (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 

PARRISH BAILAS E, mail contractor, r e s Depot 1 s 
1st 

Parrish D B, apprentice Salem Iron Works 



56 WINSTON, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Patterson Jesse L, law student, r n s New Shallowford bet 
Cherry and Elm 

Patterson Lewis N, student, r n s New Shallowford bet Cherry 
and Elm 

Patterson Mary F, wid of Rufus, r n s New Shallowford bet 
Cherry and Elm 

Penn John (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 

Person Ellen, wid of Samuel, bds e s Main 2 n Cemetery 

Person Samuel J, bds e s Main 2 n Cemetery 

Perry P, insurance, bds Salem Hotel 

Peterson Edward [W & E Peterson], r s s Old Shallow- 
ford 2 w Main 

Peterson Wm [W & E Peterson], r n w T cor Salt and Old 
Shallowford 

Peterson W & E [Wm and Edward], cabinet makers and 
undertakers, s s Old Shallowford 2 w Main 

Petree Henrietta, wid of Jacob, r nr Cemetery 

Petree James, wks F & H Fries 

Petree Julius, drayman, res Poplar 1 s Old Shallowford 

Petree Robt W, supt wooling mill F & H Fries, r nr Ceme- 
tery 

Petree Samuel N, grocer, r nr Cemetery 

Petree Wesley W, night watcher F & H Fries, res Cherry 
2 n New Shallowford 

Petree Wm, wks F & H Fries 

Pfohl Augustus F, traveling salesman F & H Fries, r w s 
Main 2 s New Shallowford 

Pfohl Chas B, elk H W Fries, r n w cor Poplar and West 

Pfohl Christian T, bkpr and cashier F & H Fries, r s w cor 

Main and 1st 
. Pinkham Adoniram J, deputy revenue collector, r w s Main 
2 n Cemetery 

Pittman Frank, lab, r nr Cemeter}' 

Poison C G, farmer, bds Salem Hotel 

Poison Mrs, bds Salem Hotel 

Pond Mrs George E, r e s Church 3 s Bank 

Porter Lewis M, shoemaker J H Garboden, r w s Salt 6 n 
Old Shallowford 

Post Office, H W Shore P M, w s Main opp Public Square 

Potts Andrew (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 

Powers Edward, wks F & H Fries 

Powers Daniel, farmer, r n w cor Elm and Old Shallowford. 





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SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 57 

ANK JOHN B, flesher Fries' tannery, r s w cor Wal- 
nut and Marshall 

Ransom Sarah, wid of Richard, r w s Salt 1 n Bank 
Ratliff Samuel A (c), blacksmith, n w cor Mill and Main, r \ 

mile s Salem 
Reavis Joseph \V, lab, r alley bet Bank and New Shallow - 

ford 
Reed Chas F, brickmason, r s w cor Cherry and First 
Reed James, moulder Salem Iron Works, r s w cor Cherry 

and First 
Reich Christina, wid of Emanuel, r s w cor Poplar and Old 

Shallowford 
Reich Gustavus A, [H C Reich & Co], r n e cor Main and 

Mill 
Reich Henry C, [H C Reich & Co], r s w cor Poplar and 

Old Shallowford 
Reich H C & Co, [Henry C & Gustavus A Reich], shoe 

makers, s w cor Main and New Shallowford 
Reich James A, [Reich & Rempson], rsw cor West and 

Poplar 
Reich Leander L.res Main 4 s West 
Reich Maneryia, wid, r Widows' Home 
Reich Wm A, inventor, pantentee and mfr of Reich's 

churn and egg-beater, also tin and copper ware, opp 

Salem Hotel, res main 4 s West 
Reich & Rempson, [Jas A Reich & Winfield S Rempson], 

tin and sheet iron workers, e s Main 4 s New Shallow- 
ford 
Rempson Benjamin F, tinner, r nr Cemetery 
Rempson Ezra, shoemaker, r nr Cemetery 
Rempson Winfield S, [Reich & Rempson], r nr Cemetery 
Renard Joseph, bds s s Old Shallowford 1 w Main 
Reudle Green (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Riggs Jesse, shoemaker, w s Main 1 s 2nd, r w s Liberty 2 s 

2nd 
Riggs Susan, wid of R, r w s Liberty 2 s 2nd 
Rights Constantine L, dept revenue collector, r s s Old Shal- 
lowford 1 w Main 
Richardson Peter (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Rondthaler Rev Edward, pastor Moravian church, res 

Church 2 s Bank 

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58 SALEM, N. C., DIRECTORY. 

Rothrock John, wks Fries' tannery, r n s West 3 w Main 
Rotrough Mandy R, wid of Naman, rsw cor Elm and New 
Shallowford 



SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY, e s Church 1 s West, J 
T Zorn, principal 

Salem Hotel, A Butner, propr, w s Main 2 n Walnu t 
Salem Iron Works, Constantine A Hege, propr, w s Liberty 

3 n New Shallowford 
Salem Mill, Cooper & Hendiicks proprs, w end Mill nr 

limits 
Salem Museum, e s Main 1 n Old Shallowford 
Saugh A A, wks Fogle Bros 
Saunders Jacob, r w s Marshall 1 n West 
Scales Dennis (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Schott John, supt weaving room F & H Fries 
Semons J Frank, boot shoemaker, w s Main 3 n Cemetery, 

r s e cor Main and Belew Creek 
Semons Wm A, shoemkr, r s e cor Main and Belew Creek 
Schaffner Emilie, wid of Henry, r w s Salt 1 s New Shallow- 
ford 
Shaffner John F, [H W Shore & Co], physician and drug- 
gist, w s Main 6 s New Shallowford, r same 
Shaffner Louisa, teacher Salem Female Academy 
Shaffner Sarah E, teacher Salem Female Academy 
Shaw Samuel (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Shepherd Aaron, wagon maker, r n w cor Elm and Old Shal- 
lowford 
Sheppard Dan (c), wks Salem Hotel, r same 
Shore Chas E, r w s Salt 4 n Old Shallowford 
Shore Geo D, with H A Lineback, r w s Salt 4 n Old Shal- 
lowford 
Shore Henry A, elk H W Shore & Co, r w s Salt 4 n Old 

Shallowford 
Shore Henry L, harness and saddles, w s Main 5 s New Shal- 
lowford, r n e cor Chestnut and Belew Creek 
Shore Henry W, [H W Shore & Co], post master, r w s 

Salt 4 n Old Shallowford 
Shore HW & Co, [Henry W Shore & John T Shaffner], 
druggists, w s Main opp Public Square 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 59 

Shore Jonas A, driver J M Wiinmer, r w s Marshall 1 s 

Mill 
Shore Naaman F, salseman B F Crosland, r w s Marshall 1 

s West 
Shore Samuel, wks F & H Fries, r w s Salt 2 n Bank 
Shore Wm T, asst postmaster, r w s Salt 4 n Old Shal- 

lowford 
Shouse Edwin, farmer, r s s Mill 1 w Main 
Shultz George R, r e s Main 3 s Belew's Creek 
Shultz John H, r e s Main 3 s Belew's Creek 
Shultz Wm F, undertaker, e s Main 2 s Belew's Creek, res 

Main 2 s Belew's Creek 
Siddall Henry A, [Siddall & Bahnson], genl merchandise, 

w s Main 4 n Cemetery, r w s Main 2 n Cemetery 
Siddall & Bahnson, [Henry A Siddall and Wm G Bahn- 
son], livery stable, w s Main 4 n Cemetery 
Sides Eli (c), wks Fogle Bros, r 2 miles west of Winston 
Sides John G, carpenter Fogle Bros, r s end Main 
Siewers John D, cabinet maker, res Cedar Ave cor Bank 
Siewers Nathaniel S, physician, e s Main 2 s West, r same 
Siewers Matilda A, wid of Rev Jacob, r s w cor Main and 1st 
Smith Anderson (c), wks Salem Hotel, r w s Main opp Mill 
Smith Annetta, wid, r Widows' Home 
Smith Everitt, res Main 2 n Cemetery 
Smith Robert A, machinist Salem Iron Works 
Smith Wm (c), servant Mrs Veach, res Church 2 s Walnut 
Snyder John, wks Fogle Bros, r 1 mile n e Winston 
Spach Allen A, r e s Main 3 n Cemetery 
Spach W E, wagon maker, P address Salem, factory and 

r Waugh Town 
Spainhower John, finisher Fries' tannery, bds w s Elm 6 s 

New Shallowford 
Spainhower Wm W, wool picker F & H Fries, r s w cor 

High and Cherry 
Spaugh David A, genl merchandise, also cigar manfr, w s 

Main 6 n Cemetery, r same 
Spaugh Obediah, carpenter, r n w cor Elm and Old Shal- 
lowford 
Spaugh Rebecca, wid of Frederick, r s e cor Main and Mill 
Spaugh Thomas, farmer, r w s Elm 2 n Bank 



60 SALEM, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 

Speiner Chas E, blacksmith, r s w cor Main and Cemetery 

Stafford Harris (c), farmer, r s s Mill 1 w Marshall 

Starr Polly, wid of Henry, r w s Elm 4 s New Shallowford 

Steers Chas B, r w s Main 2 s West 

Steiner Amelia T, teacher ornamental needlework Salem 
Female Academy 

Stipe Anderson L, dept revenue collector, r s s 1st nr R R 

Stipe Jacob A, physician, r s s 1st nr R R 

Stipe Marion L, trader, r s s 1st nr R R 

Stipe Wm B, miller, r s s 1st nr R R 

Stockton Charlie B, policeman, r n e cor Main and Old Shal- 
lowford 

Strupe Ephraim A, tinner J E Mickey, r w s Marshall 2 s West 

Swaim Gasper, apprentice Salem Iron Works, res Main 1 
s New Shallowford 

Swaim Michael, apprentice Salem Iron Works, res Main 
1 s New Shallowford 

Swaim Jacob, driver Salem Iron Works, res Main 1 s New 
Shallowford 

Swaim Moses, lab, res Main 1 s New Shallowford 

Swaim Mode, tinner J E Mickey 



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ATE Wm M, carpenter Fogle Bros, r n s Walnut 1 w 
Main 

Tesh Lewis, engineer Fries' tannery, r w s Salt 4 s New 

Shallowford 
Tesh Romnus, scourer Fries' tannery, r n s Salt 4 w New 

Shallowford 
Therly Leanna, wid, r Widows' Home 
Thomas Jacob M, wagoner Cooper & Hendricks, r s e cor 

Poplar and Walnut 
Thomas John W, farmer, r Belew's Creek nr e end 
Thomas Wm T, farmer, r e end Belew's Creek nr railroad 
Thompson Junius, machinist Salem Iron Works, res Elm 

3 n New Shallowford 
Trarsue Maria, wid of Peter, res Church 1 s Walnut 
Tucker Wm, wks F & H Fries, r w s Salt 1 n Bank 
Turner John T, wks Fogle Bros, r w s Main 4 n Walnut 
Turner Wm, minister, r w s Main 4 n Walnut 
Tyler Amanda, wid of Rev Joseph D, bds e s Main 2 n 

Cemetery 



SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 61 

VANCE JOSEPH A, wks Fogle Bros, r s s Belew's Creek 
nr Cemetery 

Van Vleck Amelia A, teacher of music Salem Female Acad- 
emy, res Main 5 s New Shallowford 
Van Vleck Louisa C, teacher of music Salem Female Acad- 

emy, res Main 5 s New Shallowford 
Veach Jeanetta, wid of Henry, res Church 2 s Walnut 
Veach Junius G, r w s Poplar 1 s Old Shallowford 
Veach Samuel A, harness maker, w s Main 5 n Cemetery, 

res Church 2 s Walnut 
Vest John P, mail agent, r w s Main 4 s New Shallowford 
Vogler Alex C, furniture and undertaker, w s Main 2 n 

Belew's Creek, r w s Main 3 n Belew's Creek 
Vogler Charles W, book-keeper H W Fries, res Main 1 s 

West 
Vogler Emma, wid of Elias, res Main 1 s West 
Vogler Frank H, cabinet maker A C Vogler, r w s Main 3 

n Belew's Creek 
Vogler Geo E, printer L V & E T Blum, r s e cor Main and 

West 
Vogler John, r s w cor Main and West 
Vogler Mary A, wid of Nathaniel, res Cedar Av 2 n Bank 
Vogler Maria E, teacher Salem Female Acadeifly 
Vogler Mortimer N, blksmith, Winston, bds w s Main 3 n 

Belew Creek 
Vogler Sarah A, teacher Salem Female Academy 
Vogler Sophia, wid, r Widows' Home 
Vogler Timothy, gun smith, res Main 2 s Walnut 
Vogler Wm T, jeweler, Winston, res Marshall 2 n Mill 
Vugher Stephen D, engineer Wachovia Mills, ms New Shal- 
lowford nr limits 



WACHOVIA LAND OFFICE, James T Lineback 
agent, s e cor Main and Bank 

Wagoner Frank (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Wagoner Victoria, wid of Peter, res Cherry 3 s 1st 
Watkins Chas J, dentist, e s Main 2 s 1st, r same 
Watkins Henry T, school teacher, bds w s Cherry 1 n New 

Shallowford 
Watson Henry, plasterer, r s end Main 



62 SALEM, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Watson Zachariah, r s end Main 

Waugh Andrew (c), wks L V & ET Blum, r same 

Waugh Luther (c), wks F & H Fries 

Waggoinan Eliza, r s end Church 1 e Main 

Wear Temperance, wid of Robert, r s s Mill opp Marshall 

Welfare Alanson E, clocks, spectacles, and repairing, e s 

Main 4 s Cemetery, res Main 5 s Cemetery- 
Welfare Catherine, wid of Daniel, r n w cor Main and Cem- 
etery 
Wheeler Ann J, wid of Dr C B, r s e cor Church and 1st 
Wheeler Dr Wm H, revenue collector, r s e cor Church and 

1st 
White Jacob, boot and shoe mkr, s w cor 2nd and Depot, r e 

end Belew Creek 
Williams Elizabeth, wid of John, res Main 5 s Bank 
Williams George (c), driver F & H Fries, r w s Elm 4 s New 

Shallowford 
-Williams Lavinia, res Church 1 s Walnut 
Williams Rowan, wks J M Wimmer, res Main 5 s Bank 
Williamson John W, manager picking-room Bynum, Cot- 
ton & Jones 
Williamson Jerry (c), wks Bynum, Cotton & Jones 
Winkler Amelia, wid of Christian H, r s e cor Main and 

Below Creek 
Winkler Chas A, bakery and confectionery, e s Main 2 n 

Old Shallowford, r same 
Winkler Wm H, r e s Main 2 n Old Shallowford 
Wimmer John M, express deliverer, res Main 4 s Bank 
Wimmer Wm, message boy depot, res Main 4 s Bank 
Wooten N F, wks F & H Fries, r 1 mile s w Salem 
Wooten AVm H, wks Fogle Bros, r 1 mile s w Salem 
Writzel David, r w s Elm 5 s New Shallowford 
Writzel Elizabeth, wid of Christopher, r w s Elm 5 s New 

Shallowford 
Wurreschke Mrs Josephine, teacher French Salem Female 

Academy 
Wurreschke Rev L B, prof Mathematics and Natural Science 
Salem Female Academy, r same 



SALEM, N. C., DIRECTORY. 63 

YATES CHARLES, cloth manufacturer, rue cor Elm 
and Bank 
Youten Noah, bds w s Elm 6 s New Shallowford 



T'EYERLY MARY, r e s Main opp Salem Hotel 

Zorn Rev J T, Principal Salem Female Academy, r u s 
Old Shallowford 2 w Church 



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Business Directory. 

A Complete Index to the Entire Business of Winston 
and Salem, Alphabetically Arranged. 



Agricultural Implements. 

Allen S E, s w cor Main and 3d 
Brown & Vaughn, e s Main 4 s 4th 

Salem Iron Works, C A Hege, propr, w s Salt opp Belew's 
Creek, Salem 

Almanacs. 

Farmers' and Planters', L V & E TBlum, pubs and proprs, 
(established 1828), w s Main 1 n Salem Hotel, Salem 

Attorneys-at-Law. 

Alspaugh & Buxton, n w cor Liberty and 5th 

Everitt Geo B, over w s Main 8 s 3d 

Mast & Gray, Court House 

Rayle B Y, Court House 

Starbuck & Field, e s Main 1 s 2d 

Watson & Glenn, n s Court House Square 2 e Liberty 

Wilson T J, w s Main 1 n 2d 

Auction House. 

Brookfield J, w s Court House Square 3 n 3d 



66 WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bakeries and Confectioneries. 

(See also Confectioneries.) 

Meller F W, w s Main opp Public Square, Salern 
Stockton J G, e s Main 2 s 3d 

Winkler C A, e s Court House Square; also e s Main 2 n Old 
Shallowford, Salem 

Banks and Bankers, 

(For full information see Appendix.) 

First National Bank, J A Bitting Prest, S H Hodgin V 

Prest, J W Alspaugh Cashier, R T Stedman Asst 

Cashier 
Wachovia National Bank, W T Bowman Prest, E Belo V 

Prest, W A Lemly Cashier, Jas A Gray Asst Cashier, w 

s Main opp Merchants' Hotel 

Barbers. 

Berger C H, n s 3d 1 w Liberty 

Brewer Samuel, w s Main 2 n Bank, Salem 

DeJusto C, Central Hotel 

Gates & Smith, under Merchants' Hotel 

Baths. 

De Justo C, Central Hotel 

Blacksmiths and Horseshoers. 

Ratliff Samuel A, n w cor Mill and Main, Salem 

Church C W, n e cor 5th and Chestnut 

Giersh A E, w s Main 1 n New Shallowford, Salem 

Boarding Houses. 

Dodd Nathaniel H, e end 3d nr railroad 

Norwood House, Mrs F J Hardy, propr, n s 4th 4 w Main 

Strayhon C G, w s Old Town 3 s 6th 






WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 67 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Blum L V & E T, w s Main 1 n Salem Hotel, Salem 
Vann <£ Burch, w s Main 2 s 3d 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Langfeld M H, s s 3d 1 n Main 
Martin W S, w s Main 5 s 3d 
AVatkins N T, e s Main 2 n 2d 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Ed well J S, w s Main 1 n 4th 

Francis Lewis, w s Depot 2 n 4th 

Garboden J H, w s Main 4 n Bank, Salem 

Gray W M, n s 5th 2 w Church 

Knouse J J, Main opp Salem Hotel, Salem 

Meinung Edwin A, n e cor Main and Cemetery, Salem 

Rank G P, w s Main 1 s 2d 

Reich H C & Co, s w cor Main and New Shallowford, Salem 

Riggs J, w s Main 1 s 2d 

Semons J F, w s Main 2 n Cemetery, Salem 

Shouse E T, s e cor 2d and Elm 

Stanard J, n s 4th 2 e Main 

Stare H H, w s Liberty 3 s 5th 

White J, s w cor 2 and Depot 

Cabinet Makers. 

Peterson W & E, s s Old Shallowford 2 w Main, Salem 

Candy Manufacturer. 

Hall W H, e s Main 5 s New Shallowford, Salem 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Chamberlain S K, e s Elm 2 s 3d 

Fogle Bros, s s Belew's Creek opp Church, Salem 

Miller Bros, n e cor Chestnut and 1st 



68 WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Bevel AW.es Liberty 3 n 4th 

Johnston J H, e s Chestnut 1 n 4 

Minung H E, n w cor Main and New Shallowford, Salem 

Tise Isaac, Liberty st Liberty Addition 

White J S, e s Main 4 n 4th 

Cigar Manufacturer. 

Spaugh D A, w s Main 6 n Cemetery, Salem 

Clothiers. 

Fulkerson J L, w s Main 5 n Old Shallowford, Salem 

Jacobs H, s e cor Liberty and 3d 

Kohns J, e s Main 5 n 3d 

Rose B, e s Court House Square 3 n 3d 

Confectioneries, Fruits, &c. 

(See also Bakeries and Confectioneries.) 

Causey W C, n s 4th 3 w Main 

Cotton Factory. 
Fries F & H, n s New Shallowford 1 w Salt, Salem 

Dentists. 

Blum J A, n w cor Spruce and 4th 

Jones R H, over Thompson's drug store, w s Court House 

Square 
Hunter J W, w s Main 3 s Belew's Creek, Salem 
Watkins C J, e s Main 2 s 1st, Salem 

Dress Makers. 

Jenkins Mrs M E, w s Main 4 s New Shallowford, Salem 
White Mrs J S, e s Main 3 n 4th 



WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 69 

Druggists. 

Shaffner JF,ws Main 6 s New Sballowford, Salem 
Shore H W & Co, w s Main opp Public Square, Salem 
Smith S H, w s Liberty 3 n 4th 
Thompson Dr V 0, w s Court House Square 3 s 4th 

Dry Goods. 

(See also General Merchandise.) 

Langfeld M H, s s 3d 1 w Main 
Watkins N T, e s Main 2 n 2d 

Express Company. 

Southern Express, Chas Buford agent, railroad depot 

Fertilizers. 

Ebert E A, e s Main 4 n Bank, Salem 

Hinshaw Bros, s s 4th opp Old Town 

Hodgin & Sullivan, w s Court House Square cor 4th 

Flouring Mills. 

Salem Mill, Cooper & Hendricks, proprs, wend Mill nr limits, 

Salem 
Wachovia Mills, F & H Fries, proprs, n s New Shallowford 

1 w Salt, Salem 

Furniture. 

Tise Jacob & Co, s e cor Main and 4th 

Vogler A C, w s Main 2 n Belew's Creek, Salem 

Foundry and Machine Shops. 

Curtis & Wilson, w s Depot 1 n 2d 

General Merchandise. 

Byerly & Son, Liberty st Liberty Addition 



70 WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carter, Rives & Co, w s Main 6 s 3d 

Clarke & Ford, n e cor Liberty and 4th 

Crossland B F, n w cor Main and Old Shallowford, Salem ; 

also n e cor Main and 3d, Winston 
Ebert E A, e s Main 4 n Bank, Salem 
Foust G T, w s Main 4 s 3d 

Franklin S D & Co, w s Court House Square 2 s 4tli 
Fries H W, n w cor Main and Bank, Salem 
Gilmer J E, e s Main 3 n 2d 
Grogan Martin, e s Court House Square 4 n 3d 
Pfohl & Stockton, s e cor Main and 3d 
Prather J F & Co, n w cor Liberty and 4th 
Reed Bros, s w cor 2d and Depot 
Rucker G M, agent, e s Main 3 s 4th 
Siddall H A, w s Main, 4 n Cemetery, Salem ; also w s Main 

7 s 3d, Winston 
Spaugh D A, w s Main 6 n Cemetery, Salem 
Tise Jacob & Co, s e cor Main and 4th 
Vaughn & Crutchfield, n s Court House Square 2 e Liberty 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Apple J P, n w cor Church and 3d 
Black T S, n w cor Liberty and 3d 
Donigan Thos E, n w cor Depot and 2d 
Graves H L, w s Court House Square 2 n 3d 
Hopkins P N, n e cor 5th and Depot 
Lott H D, w s Main 5 n Bank, Salem 
Nading & Henley, e s Main 5 s 4th 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

Dettmar Wm, w s Main 7 n Bank, Salem 
Vogler T, e s Main 3 s Walnut, Salem 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Allen S E, s W cor Main and 3rd 
Brown & Vaughn, e s Main 4 s 4th 

Harness and Saddles, 
Hine L C, w s Main 1 s 2nd 



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WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 71 

Keehln F E, e s Main 3 s 3rd ^ 

Shore H L, w s Main 5 s New Shallowford, Salem 

Veach S A, w s Main 5 n Cemetery, Salem 

Hotels. 

Central Hotel, Pfohl & Stockton proprietors, w s Main 3 

n 2nd 
Merchants' Hotel, Pfohl & Stockton proprietors, e s Main 4 

s 3rd 
Salem Hotel, A Butner propr, w s Main 2 n Walnut, Salem 
Winston Hotel, P A Wilson propr, s w cor Liberty and 3rd 

Insurance Agents. 

Alspaugh & Buxton, n w cor Liberty and 5th 
Gray J A, Wachovia National Bank 
Lineback J A, s e cor Main and Bank, Salem 
Spencer L B, s w cor Cherry and 2nd 

Insurance Companies— Fire. 

iEtna of Hartford, J A Gray agt, Wachovia National Bank 
Columbus Ins and Banking, Columbus Ga, J A Gray agt, 

Wachovia National Bank 
Connecticut Fire Ins Co of Hartford, J A Gray agt, Wacho- 
via National Bank 
Franklin of Phila, J A Lineback agt, s e cor Main and 

Bank, Salem 
Georgia Home of Columbus Ga, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, 

n w cor Liberty and oth 
Insurance Co of North America, J A Gray agt, Wachovia 

National Bank 
Lancashire of Eng, J A Lineback agt, s e cor Main and 

Bank, Salem 
Liverpool and London and Globe, J A Lineback agt, s e 

cor Main and Bank, Salem 
Lynchburg of Lynchburg Va, J A Linback agt, s e cor 

Main and Bank, Salem 
Lynchburg Fire Ins Co of Lynchburg Va, J A Gray agt, 

Wachovia National Bank 



72 WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Manhattan of N Y, J A Gray, agt Wachovia National 
Bank 

Merchants' & Mechanics' of Richmond, J A Gray agt, Wa- 
chovia National Bank 

New York Home of N Y, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, n w 
cor Liberty and 5th 

Niagra of N Y, L B Spencer agt, s w cor Cherry and 2nd 

North British Mercantile Ins Co of London and Edinburgh, 
Wachovia National Bank 

North Carolina Home of Raleigh, J A Lineback agt, s e cor 
Main and Bank, Salem 

North Carolina Home of Raleigh, J A Gray agt, Wachovia 
National Bank 

Old North State of N C, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, n w cor 
Liberty and 5th 

Pamlico of Tarboro N C, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, n w cor 
Liberty and 5th 

Petersburg Saving and Ins Co of Petersburg, J A Gray agt, 
Wachovia National Bank 

Phila Fire Association of Phila, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, 
n w cor Liberty and 5th 

Phoenix of Hartford, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, n w cor Lib- 
erty and 5th 

Scottish Commercial Edinburgh, J A <3ray agt, Wachovia 
National Bank 

Seaboard of Norfolk, J A Gray agt, Wachovia National 
Bank 

Virginia Fire and Marine, J A Gray agt, Wachovia National 
Bank 

Virginia Home of Richmond, J A Gray agt, Wachovia Na- 
tional Bank 

Westchester of N Y, J A Gray agt, Wachovia National 
Bank 

Western Assurance Co of Toronto Canada, J A Gray agt, 
Wachovia National Bank 

Western Assurance Co of Toronto Canada, J A Lineback 
agt, s e cor Main and Bank, Salem 

Insurance Companies— Life. 

Connecticut Mutual Life, J A Lineback agt, s e cor Main 
and Bank, Salem 



WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 73 

Life Ins Co of Petersburg Va, J A Lineback agt, s e cor 
Main and Bank, Salem 

Mutual Life of N Y, Alspaugh & Buxton agts, n w cor Lib- 
erty and 5th 

North Carolina State Life of Raleigh N C, J A Gray agt, 
Wachovia National Bank 

Iron Works. 

Salem Iron Works, C A Hege propr, w s Salt opp Belew's 
Creek, Salem 

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. 

Beck & Moore, e s Church 1 n 2nd 

Foy Henry S, e s Main 2 s 5th 

Siddall & Bahnson, w s Main 4 n Cemetery, Salem 

Lumber. 

Lambeth John A, n s 5th bet Main and Liberty 

Marble Works. 

Durham I W, n s 3rd 1 e Main 

Leak & Wilson, s e cor Church and 2nd 

Meat Markets. 

Causey W C, e s Liberty 1 n 4th 

Mickey JE,sw cor Main and Belew's Creek, Salem 

Woodruff Wm, w s Liberty 3 s 5th 

Merchant Tailors. 

Johnston R D, e s Court House Square 2 n 3rd 
Fulkerson J L, agt Wanamaker & Brown, w s Main 5 n 
Old Shallowford, Salem 



74 WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Davis & Welfare, w s Main 4 s New Shallowford, Salem ; 

also w s Main 1 s Central Hotel, 
Douthit T B, w s Main 2 n Old Shallowford, Salem 
Gordon Mrs L, w s Liberty 2 n 4th 
Mickey Mrs J E, w s Main 2 s Belew Creek, Salem 
Reed Mrs M K & Co, e s Main 1 n 2nd 
White Mrs J S, e s Main 3 n 4th 

Music and Musical Instruments. 

Ormsby Wm P, w s Old Town 3 s Belo 

Newspapers, 

" The Church Messenger," Rev W S Bynum, e s Main 3 n 

2nd 
" Winston Leader," J A Robinson editor and propr, office n 

w cor Liberty and 4th 
M The People's Press," established 1852, L V & E T Blum 

pubs and proprs, w s Main 1 w Salem Hotel, Salem 
" The Union Republican," J W Goslen editor and propr, e 

s Court House Square 3 s 4th 
M Winston Sentinel," Geo M Mathes editor and propr, e s 

Main 3 n 2nd 

Notions and Fancy Goods. 

Blickenderfer J, e s Main 2 n Bank, Salem 

Photographers. 

Henley M C, n w cor Court House Square 
Lineback H A, w s Main 2 s Bank, Salem. 

Physicians. 

Bahnson H T, e s Church 4 n Old Shallowford, Salem ; also 
at Smith's drugstore, Winston 



WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Bynum H W, Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Montague S J, w s Main 5 s 3d 

Osborn Thomas M, n e cor Main and 5th 

Roan P, Joyner's Block w s Court House Square 

Shaffner J F, w s Main 6 s New Shallowford, Salem 

Siewers Nathaniel S, e s Main 2 s West, Salem 

Stipe J A, s s 1st nr railroad, Salem 

Planing Mills. 

Brown & Brother, e s Church bet 4th and 5th 
Fogle Bros, s s Belew's Creek opp Church, Salem 
Nissen J I, e s Chestnut 2 n 1st 

Saw Mills. 

Fogle Bros, s s Belew's Creek opp Church, Salem 

Sewing Machines. 

Singer Sewing Machine, A M Jones manager, w s Main 3 s 3d 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Allen S E, s w cor Main and 3d 

Blum E & Co, Liberty st Liberty Addition 

Brown & Vaughn, e s Court House Square 

Reich W A, opp Salem Hotel, Salem 

Reich & Rempson, e s Main 4 s New Shallowford, Salem 

Tailors and Repairers. 

Hughs H, s e cor Poplar and Old Shallowford, Salem 
Johnson W B, s e cor Liberty and 5th 

Tannery. 

Fries' Tannery, J W Fries propr, n w cor Elm and Old Shal- 
lowford, Salem 

Telegraph Company, 

Western Union, Railroad Depot 



76 WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Tobacco— Leaf Dealers. 

Barber & Gorrell, under Brown's Warehouse 
Barksdale A, Piedmont Warehouse 
Fulk E, n s 4th 3 e Chestnut 
Gorrell A B, s s 3d 1 e Church 
Norfleet M W, Piedmont Warehouse 
Reagan J C, Piedmont Warehouse 
Williamson M N & Co, s s 3d 2 e Church 

Tobacco— Manufacturers Chewing', 

Bitting & Whitaker, n e cor 5th and Church 

Brown & Brother, e s Church bet 4th and 5th 

Bynum, Cotton & Jones, s e cor 1st and Depot, Salem 

Hamlen C & Co, n w cor Old Town and 5th 

Hanes P H & Co, e s Chestnut 2 n 2d 

Leak & King, nr cor Poplar and 5th 

Ogburn, Hill & Co, s e cor Old Town and 7th 

Reynolds R J, e s Chestnut 2 n 1st 

Scales H, e s Church 2 n 5th 

Vaughn T L & Co, w s Old Town 1 n 4th 

Wood W W, s e cor Church and 6th 

Tobacco— Manufacturer Smoking, 

Brown & Hall, e s Chestnut 1 n 2d 

Tobacco— Stem Dealers. 
Sheppard B J, cor 4th and Chestnut 

Tobacco Warehouses, 

Brown's Warehouse, T J Brown & Co proprs, n e cor Church » 

and 3d 
Lash's Warehouse, Cabell Hairston propr, s e cor Church 

and 3d 
Piedmont Warehouse, Norfleet & Vaughn proprs, n w cor 

Old Town and 4th 



WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Undertakers. 

Shultz Wm F, e s Main 2 s Belew's Creek, Salem 
Vogler A C, w s Main 2 n Belew's Creek, Salem 

Wagon Manufacturers* 

Spach W E, P address Salem 

Nissen Manufacturing Company, P address Salem, fac- 
tory 3 miles s Salem 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Gordon RL,ws Liberty 5 n 4th 
Murray Wm, e s Main 3 s 3d 
Vogler Wm T, w s Main 8 s 3rd 
Welfare A E, e s Main 4 s Cemetery, Salem 

Woolen Factory. 

(See also Dry Goods.) 

Fries F & H, n s New Shallowford 1 w Salt, Salem 



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BBOTT JAMES, wks Greensboro Handle Works 



Abbott Jesse T, wks Sergeant Manfg Co, r s s Mebane 3 e 
Davie 

Adams Alf (c), r Warnersville 

Adams Elvira (c), wid of Nelson, r w s Gilmer 1 s East 
Market 

Adams Geo M, harness maker L Houston, res Ashboro 2 s 
Gorrell 

Adams Gilbert (c), brickmason, r Warnersville 

Adams John (c), r Warnersville 

Adams Peter, r n s West Market 1 e Mendenhall 

Adams Rev S D, trustee Greensboro Female College, r Car- 
thage 

Albright Chas (c), waiter McAdoo House, r Warnersville 

Albright Chas (c), r w s Forbes 3 s Sycamore 

Albright Geo B, printer " North State," bds Mrs R R Moore 

Albright James W, justice of the peace and county coroner, 
n s Market 5 e Elm, rue cor West Market and Ash 

Albright Johnson (c), lab, r n s Lindsay nr e limits 

Albright Mrs M E, elk Odell, Ragan & Co, r n w cor West 
Market and Ash 

Alderman A Haywood, bkpr Scott, Small & Co, r n w cor 
Market and Cedar 

Alderman Sidney L, photographer L W Andrews, r n w cor 
West Market and Cedar 

Alderman Win T, Prof of Mathematics and Ancient Lan- 
guages Greensboro Female College, r n w cor Market 
and Cedar 



80 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Alderman Win F Jr, elk Odell, Ragan & Co, r n w cor Cedar 

and Market 
Alford Henry M, physician, e s Elm 5 s Market, res Davie 

2 n railroad 
Allen James E, r w s Ashboro 5 s Lee 
Alley George W, telegrapher, r w s Cedar 1 s Martinsville 

road 
Allsup Geo, engineer R & D R R, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Allsup Walter D, engineer R & D R R, also billiard saloon, 

w s South Elm 1 s R R, r Manchester 
Alston Charlie (c), r Hoppersville e limits 
Alston Martha, wid of Washington, r Hoppersville e limits 
Alston Nelson (c), section hand, r Hoppersville e limits 
Anderson Aaron (c), porter Singer Sewing Machine, r w s 

Percy 4 n East Market 
Anderson Angeline, wid of Henry S, r w s Spring 1 s West 

Market 
Anderson Carrie, r w s Forbes 1 s East Market 
Anderson Jennie, r alley bet Sycamore and Washington s e 

Davie 
Andrews Lewis W, photographer, w s Elm 1 s Market, r w 

s Ash 1 s Washington 
Andrews Robert W, elk J H Yates, bds s e cor Market and 

Elm 
Andrews Wm, r n s Bragg 2 w Elm 
Anthony Miss L C, dress-maker and pattern dealer, w s Elm 

6 s Sycamore, r same 
Apple Wm M, r n e cor Gilmer and East Market 
Armfield Elvira, wid of Jacob, r n s Washington 1 e railroad 
Armfield G Will [Brown & Armfield], r w s Ash 2 n rail- 
road 
Armfield Wyatt J, director of the National Bank of Greens- 
boro, r Jamestown, N C 
Arnstett Adolph, wks Greensboro Handle Works, bds s e cor 

East Market and Lyndon 
Ash Chas (c) carpenter, r n w cor Mebane and Forbes 
Ash Geo (c), r Warnersville 
Atkinson Roger, surveyor, r n w cor Spring and Salisbury 

road 
Justin Joseph (c), r Warnersville 



GREENSBORO, N. O, DIRECTORY. 81 

BACH A H, prof of vocal and instrumental music 
Greensboro Female College 

Bailey Allen (c), farmer, bds n e corner Green and Gaston 
Bailey Geo (c), r Warnersville 

Bailey Hezekiah (c), engineer, res Percy 1 n Gaston 
Bailey Thomas, farmer, r w s Mendenhall 3 n Salisbury 

road 
Bailey Thomas (c), r Warnersville 

Bain Alex (c), shoemaker, w s Davie 1 s Market, r same 
Ball James R, minister, r w s Spring 1 n Gaston 
Ball Wm S [Ball & Gregory], Asst U S Dist Atty, r s e 

cor Davie & Lee 
Ball & Gregory [Wm S Ball and Geo H Gregory], attys 

at law, e s Elm 5 s Market 
Balsley Benj (c), driver Southern Express Co, r same 
Balsley Jacob A, elk J B Balsley & Son, r bet Walker av 

and railroad 1 w Ash 
Balsley Jacob B [J B Balsley & Son], r bet Walker av and 

railroad 1 w Ash 
Balsley J B & Son [Jacob B and Wm G], general merchan- 
dise and livery stable, w s Elm 6 n New 
Balsley Turner E, physician, n e cor Market and Elm, r bet 

Walker av and railroad 
Balsley Wm G [Jacob B Balsley & Son], r 16 miles e Greens- 
boro 
Banks Milton (c), brick mason, r bet railroad and Percy 
Banner General (c),r Warnersville 
Baptist Church, w s Elm opp McAdoo House 
Barker John, genl merchandise, n s Market 1 w Elm, r s 

e cor Gaston and Green 
Barnhardt Margaret, wid of Richard, r s w cor Sycamore and 

Forbes 
Barringer Henry (c), r Warnersville 

Barringer John A [Keogh & Barringer], bds McAdoo House 
Barringer Victor N, elk C W Ogburn, bds s e cor North Elm 

and Church 
Basley Benj (c), r n s East Market 4 e Forbes 
Beales Merritt, engineer R & D R R, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Bell Wm P [Hall & Bell], r w s Ash 2 s Market 
Benbow DeWitt C, farmer, r Benbow House 



82 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Bennett Henry (c), drayman J W Scott & Co, rw s Menden- 

hall 3 s West Market 
Bennett Samuel (c), porter J W Scott & Co, r w s Menden- 

hall 3 s Market 
Betts Alex D, minister, r n s Gaston 1 e North Elm 
Bevill Martin (c), blacksmith, Market Square 1 s D Coble, 

r Warnersville 
Bevill Wm E, genl merchandise, n s Market 2 w Davie, r s 

s West Market 4 w Ash 
Bitiing Winston (c), porter Wharton & Wharton 
Black James, r w s Forbes 2 s East Market 
Black Jane, r w s Forbes 2 s East Market 
Black Rev W S, trustee Greenboro Female College, r Ral- 
eigh N C 
Blackburn Chas (c), drayman Houston & Bro, r Jonesboro 
Blackmon Charlie (c), drayman, r n s Lindsay eastern limits 
Blair Cornelius, elk C M Kerr, r 1 mile vv Greensboro 
Blair Cully W, watchman R&D Depot, r 1 mile w Greens- 
boro 
Bland Earnest (c), brickmason, r w s Gilmer 2 n Gaston 
Blunt Alfred (c), tinner, r n s Lindsay 1 w Percy 
Blunt Willis (c), farmer, r Hoppersville e limits 
Bobbitt Rev W H, trustee Greensboro Female College, r 

Monroe 
Bodenhamer David A, wks McAdoo's livery stable, bds 

McAdoo Hotel 
Bogart Wm B, dry goods, boots and shoes and notions, n s 

West Market 1 w Green, res Church 4 n Lindsaj 7, 
Booker Henry (c), brickmason, r outside western limits 
Boon Wm A, guard stockade, r Guilford county 
Boner Miss Cary, boarding house, r s e cor Church and North 

Elm 
Bosborn Nat (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 
Boswell Nathaniel, r n w cor Washington and Gilmer 
Branson Wm H, elk Odell, Ragan & Co, bds Washington st 
Brenick Wm (c), lab, r s e cor Church and Lindsay 
Brewer James M, grocer, n s Sycamore 1 e Davie, r same 
Bridger Joseph P, r s end Ashboro 
Britton Jerry (c), farmer, r Warnersville 
Britton Lewis (c), r Warnersville 

Brockmann Augustus J, grocer, cigars and tobacco, e s Elm 
1 s Market, r s s East Market 1 w railroad 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 83 



Brock in an Ed J, elk C & M Pretzfelder, r s s Market 1 w 
railroad 

Brockmann J Ludolph, elk Brown & Armfield, r s s East 
Market 1 w railroad 

Brockmann Laura L, cashier Odell, Ragan & Co, r A J 
Brockmann 

Brooks Samuel (c), lab, r s s Mebane 1 w Forbes 

Brown Henry, merchandise, r n s Sycamore 5 w Forbes 

Brown Mrs H L, dressmaker, s s Market 1 w Elm, r H miles 
s Greensboro 

Brown James (c) wks Greensboro Handle Works, res Gil- 
mer 3 s Market 

Brown John B C, elk Brown & Armfield, rns New 1 w Elm 

Brown Mrs N A, boarding house, n s New 1 w Elm, r same 

Brown Pleasant A, elk W E Bevill, bds s s West Market 
4 w Ash 

Brown Robert (c), shoemaker, rns Sycamore 2 w Forbes 

Brown Sample S [Brown & Armfield], rns New 1 w Elm 

Brown & Armfield [Sample S Brown and G Will Armfield], 
dry goods, notions, shoes, clothing, hats, etc., Benbow 
House, w s Elm 6 s Market 

Brown James, r Jonesboro 

Brown Michael, blacksmith, r Jonesboro 

Brown Wm (c), r Jonesboro 

Bruton David R, minister, r n w cor West Market and Spring 

Buchanan Wm K [Buchanan & McDonald], bds n s New 
1 w Elm 

Buchanan & McDonald [Wm K Buchanan and Thomas 
McDonald], genl merchandise, n w cor Elm and New 

Bulla George M, bds Planters' Hotel 

Bumpass Eugenia H, Principal of the Preparatory Depart- 
ment Greensboro Female College, r same 

Bumpass Frances, wid of W Sidney, r w s Mendenhall 1 s 
West Market 

Burkhead Rev L S, trustee Greenboro Female College, r 
Raleigh N C 

Burnsides David W, wks Sergeant Manfg Co, r s s Washing- 
ton 2 e R R 

Burnsides Miss E E, foreman millinery department W S 
Moore, r s s Washington 2 e R R 



84 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Burnsides Hannah, wid of James, r s s Washington 2 e 

RR 
Burton Henry (c), wks Southern Express Co, r Warnersville 
Burton J M, bds Mrs R R Moore 
Bryan Cicero J, engineer R & DRR, rws Ashboro 1 s 

Gorrell 
Bryant Lycurgus, engineer, rws Ashboro 4 s Gorrell 
Bynuni Wm S, minister, r n e cor Edgeworth and Gaston 



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ABLE GEORGE S, [I W Cable & Bros], bds s s Bragg 
1 eElin 

Cable Isaiah W, [I W Cable & Bro], r s s Bragg 1 e Elm 
Cable I W & Bro, [Isaiah W and George S Cable J, sash, 

door and blind factory, n s Mebane road 3 w railroad 

depot 
Cable Levi P, r s s East Market 4 e Gilmer 
Caldcleugh Andrew, book-keeper E M Caldcleugh, res 

Elm 8 s Sycamore 
Caldcleugh Emmett M, dealer in fine family groceries, 

confectioneries, fruits, cigars, toys, etc, s e cor Elm and 

Sycamore, res Elm 8 s Sycamore 
Caldcleugh Robt A, elk E M Caldcleugh, res Elm 8 s Syc- 
amore 
Caldwell David F, atty, r s e cor Market and Elm 
Caldwell Earnest, school teacher, r s s Market 2 w Ash 
Caldwell Henrietta L, wid of Robert, r n w cor Edgeworth 

and Gaston 
Caldwell James (c), lab, r s s Mebane 2 s Forbes 
Caldwell M, bds Planters' Hotel 

Caldwell Robt E, law student, r s s West Market 2 w Ash 
Caldwell Walter P, [Scott & Caldwell], r s s West Market 

2 w Ash 
Callum Bros, [James R and Wm L], druggists and manfrs 

Constitution Bitters, Callum's Eye and Carolina Chill 

Cure, McAdoo House block 
Callum Harding N, r w s Church 5 n Lindsay 
Callum James R, [Callum Bros],r w s Church 5 n Lindsay 
Galium Mason K, elk Callum Bros, rws Church 5 n 

Lindsay 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 85 



Calluin Robt G, druggist and apothecary Benbow House, w 

s Elm 7 s Market, r w s Church 5 n Lindsay 
Callum Wm L, [Callurn Bros], r w s Church 5 n Lindsay 
Carson James T, machinist, r s s East Market 1 w Forbes 
Carter Richard (c), section hand N C Div R & D R R, r n s 

Gaston 1 e Davie 
Cartland Fernando G, [F G Cartland & Bro], res Gorrell 

1 s Fayetteville 

Cartland F G & Bro, [Fernando G and Herbert H], mer- 
chant tailors and clothiers, also genl agts for the Crown 
Sewing Machine, w s Elm 5 s Sycamore 

Cartland Herbert H, [F G Cartland & Bro], bds e s Gor- 
rell 1 s Fayetteville 

Catholic Church, n s Forbes 1 w Lindsay 

Causey Jacob (c), r Warnersville 

Causey Joseph F, [Fields & Causey], r s end Ashboro 

Cellars John (c), hostler C P Mendenhall 

Central Hotel, S Steele propr, s w cor Elm and Market 

Central Protestant, J L Michaux editor and propr, w s 
Davie 3 s Sycamore 

Chamberlain John, watches, clocks and jewelry, w s Elm 

2 n Sycamore, r n w cor Sycamore and Ash 

Cheek Benj A, physician, n s West Market 2 w Green, r 

same 
Cherry Jesse G, law student, bds Central Hotel 
Chresfield James A (c), minister, r w s Forbes 1 s Sycamore 
City Jail, n w cor Gaston and North Elm, W Wheeler 

jailer 
City Market, s e cor Davie and Sycamore 
Claburn Henry (c), r Warnersville 
Clark Abram (c), r Warnersville 
Clark Mrs Annie, r s s Mebane 4 e Davie 
Clark Anderson (c), lab, r n s East Market 5 e Forbes 
Clark Bettie, r s s Market 5 w Elm 
Clark Chas, wks Greensboro Handle Works, res Ashboro 

2 s Lee 
Clark Henry (c), waiter McAdoo House, r Warnersville 
Clark Nancy, r n s East Market 2 e Percy 
Clendenin John C, printer " Patriot" office, r country 
Clerk Superior Court office, J N Nelson Clk, opp Court House 
Closs Rev Wm, trustee Greensboro Female College, r Rocky 

Mount 



86 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Clyrner Joe (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 

Cobb John, harness mkr C Houston, bcls Planters' Hotel 

Cobb John A, elk J H May, bds J H May 

Cobb Jerry (c), farmer, r w s Mendenhall 3 n Salisbury road 

Coble Daniel A, printer, res Church nr railroad 

Coble George H, buggy manufacturer and repairer nr City 

Market, r s s Church nr railroad 
Coble Wm, wks George H Coble 

Coffin Wm E, asst agt R & D R R, bds opp McAdoo House 
Colbert Albert (c), brickmason, r w s Percy 2 n East Market 
Coleman John H, r n s West Washington 2 w Ash 
Collins Chas C, printer "Patriot" office, r n s Sycamore 1 w 

Davie 
Collins Wm, cabinet mkr and undertaker, w s Davie 2 n 

Sycamore, r n s Sycamore 1 w Davie 
Cook James W, carpenter Cable & Bro, r w s Spring 2 s West 

Market 
Cook Margaret C, wid of Richard, res railroad bet East 

Market and Washington 
Corral Charles L, with Daniel Corral, n s Sycamore 5 e Davie 
Corral Daniel W, blacksmith, n s Sycamore 5 e Davie, r s e 

cor Mebane and Davie 
Cotton Chas (c), well cleaner and fence builder, r w s Davie 

1 s Church 
County Sheriff's office, Robert M Stafford Sheriff, Court 

House 
County Treasurer's office, W W Ragsdale Treasurer, Court 

House 
Court House, n w cor Market and Elm 
Craig Ad aline (c), cook Mrs R R Moore, r same 
Craven Rev B, trustee Greensboro Female College, r Trinity 

College 
Crawley John W, carpenter, r s w cor East Market and Gil- 
mer 
Creason Claude W, guard stockade, r Randolph county 
Crite Bettie, wid of Samuel, r Hoppersville e limits 
Crittenden Chas E, elk Post Office, r s e cor Market and Ash 
Crittenden Richard, boot and shoe maker, r s e cor West 

Market and Ash 
Crump Moses (c), r Jonesboro 
Crump Watson B, grocer, s end Ashboro, r same 



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GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 87 

Crutchfield Samuel (c), farmer, res Gilmer 1 n Gaston 
Cunninggim Rev J A, Secy Trustees Greensboro Female 

College, r Wilson N C 
Cunningham James C, genl merchandise, s s Market 3 w 

Davie, r w s Church 3 s R R 
Cunningham Patrick H, wks McAdoo's livery stable, bds 

McAdoo House 
Curtis Berry, r w s Church 1 w R & D R R 
Curtis Dennis [Odell, Ragan & Co], r Frankansville N C 
Curtis Jane, wid of James, res Elm 4 n Market 
Curtis J Edward, printer "North State," r e s Elm 4 n Market 
Curtis Wm, printer, r w s Church 2 w R & D R R 



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ASHILL RUDOLPHUS S, insurance agent, r s w cor 
Lee and Ashboro 

Davis A H, overseer convicts, r Franklin county 

Davis Alfred C (c), shoemaker, e s Elm 3 s Sycamore, r s s 
Market 5 e Gilmer 

Davis Arthur (c), r n s Sycamore 3 w Forbes 

Davis Fannie (c), res Green 2 n Clay 

Davis Isaac F, r n s Washington 1 w Forbes 

Dick James W, bds n w cor Edgeworth and Gaston 

Davis Tuck, lab, res Green 2 n Clay 

Davis Wm L (c), hostler McAdoo livery stable, r n s Syca- 
more 3 w Forbes 

Dean James (c), r e end Market 

Denny Robert, carpenter, r n e cor Clay and Green 

Demarcus David, fireman R & D R R, r e R R bet East 
Market and Washington 

Dettmering Frederick, boot and shoe maker, n s Market 4 
w Davie, res Davie 1 s Presbyterian Church 

Dick Brum (c), r Jonesboro 

Dick Elisha (c), r Jonesboro 

Dick Frank (c), coachman at s w cor Gaston and Davie 

Dick James W, elk United States Marshal's office, r cor 
Edgeworth and Gaston 

Dick Julius (c), wks J Dean's brick-yard, bds n e cor Wash- 
ington and Gilmer 

Dick Lesley, bds n w cor Edgeworth and Gaston 

Dick Robert, overseer convicts, r Guilford county 



88 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Dick Robert, r n w cor Green and Sycamore 
v Dick Robert P, U S District Judge, office n e cor Elm and 

Market, resR&DRRnr Church 
Dick Walter (c), r Jonesboro 
Dick Wilson (c), r Jonesboro 
Dickey Tobe (c), r Jonesboro 
Dillard Abner (c), rns Sycamore 1 w Forbes 
Dillard John H, Judge Supreme Court, res Church 3 n 

Lindsay 
Dilworth Arrington, storekeeper and gauger, r s w cor West 

Market and Green 
Dimmock Joseph 0, r n s East Market 1 e Davie 
Dix Henry (c), r Hoppersville e limits 
Dix Johnson (c), r Hoppersville e limits 
Dixon Martin C, nurseryman, r w s Church 3 w R & D R R 
Doak Arthur (c), carriage driver C P Vanstory, r w s Davie 

3 n Sycamore 
Doak Arthur (c), servant A L Jones, r s s Market 1 e Ash 
Doak Ed (c), r Warnersville 

Doak James S, elk W H Hill, r w s Cedar opp Gaston 
Doak James W, elk J W Scott & Co, r w s Cedar opp Gaston 
Doak Miss Mavine C, elk Odell, Ragan & Co, r J W Doak 
Dodson John, conductor sleeping car, bds McAdoo House 
Dodson Silas C, mayor, rns East Market 2 e Forbes 
Dodson Wm P, genl merchandise, s s Market 2 e Elm, res 

Davie 1 s Gaston 
Doggett Lindsay (c) r carpenter, rns Gaston 2 e Percy 
Donald John (c), shoemaker, e s Green 1 n Market, r same 
Donald Sallie, r n w cor Gaston and Forbes 
Donuell Aaron (c), r Jonesboro 
Donnell Daniel (c), farmer, r Warnersville 
Donnell George, rns Gaston 2 e Edgeworth 
Donnell John, wks Sergeant Mnfg Co, r s s Washington 1 s 

Forbes 
Donnell John C, elk W S Moore, bds s s East Market 2 e 

Davie 
Donnell Monroe (c), r e end Market 
Donnell Nelson (c), lab, n e end Market 
Donnell Ruben (c), r Jonesboro 
Donnell Wm A, flour merchant and miller, office w s Davie 

1 n Market, r 4 miles n Greensboro 



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Dorsey Berry (c), r Jonesboro 

Dorsey Henry (c), painter, r Jonesboro 

Dorsey Win (c), painter, r Jonesboro 

Douglas Robt M, U S Marshal, office n s Market 2 w Elm, 
res Ashboro 3 s Lee 

Douglas Lewis (c), lab, r n e cor Green and Gaston 

Dowdy Nicholas, carpenter, ms Lee 2 w Mebane 

Dudley Andrew H, bds n s East Market 1 e Gilmer 

Duffy Henry B, collector Singer Sewing Machine, bds Plan- 
ters' Hotel 

Duffy Patrick F, editor Greensboro "Patriot," r w s Ash 2 s 
Gorrell 

Dunn Albert (c), wks R&D Depot, r Warnersville 



EASLEY BESSIE R, asst in Literary Greensboro Fe- 
male College, r same 

East Samuel W, elk McAdoo House, r same 

East Whitfield B, elk J R Hughes, bds w s Forbes 1 n Wash- 
ington 

Eckel Alex P, genl merchandise, n s Market 6 e Elm, r s e 
cor Washington and Davie 

Eckel Geo (c), r Jonesboro 

Edinbourgh Harry (c), r Warnersville 

Edwards E S, wks Sergeant Mnfg Co 

Edwards John T, guard stockade 

Edwards Mary A, wid of Wm, n s West Market 3 w Green, 
r same 

Edwell Harrison (c), mattress maker, r n s Gaston 1 s Forbes 

Eld ridge Frank C, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r n s 
Washington 2 w Forbes 

Eldridge Wm K, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r n s Wash- 
ington 2 e railroad 

Elliott Martha E, dressmaker, r w s Elm 7 s Sycamore 

Elliott Pompey (c), porter Callum Bros, r Jonesboro 

Engine House, city jail lot, n w cor Gaston and North Elm 

Episcopal Church, n w cor Green and Gaston, W S By num. 
Assistant Rector 

Estes Christopher (c), carpenter, wks R&D Depot, r s s- 
Bragg 2 w Mebane road 

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90 GREENSBORO, N. C., DIRECTORY. 

fALKNER DAVID, r w s Ashboro 8 s Lee 

Farmer Charles, engineer, r Fayetteville 4 e Davie 
Farmer Elizabeth, wid of David, res Ashboro 2 s Lee 
Farmer Robt, res Ashboro 2 s Lee 
Farrar Wm B, watches, clocks and jewelry, Benbow Block 

w s Elm 4 s Market, res Church 2 s R & D R R 
Fariss Annie E, wid of Joseph, r n e cor Davie and Fayette- 
ville 
Ferabee Jack (c), gardener, res Percy 1 s Lindsay 
Fetzer Joseph H, printer " North State," r w s Ashboro 7 

s Lee 
Fields Isaac, office boy Mrs R R Moore, r same 
Fields Wm A, [Fields & Causey], bds e s Davie 4 s Fay- 
etteville 
Fields & Causey, [Wm A Fields and Joseph A Causey], 

groceries and provisions, w s Elm 8 n New 
Fisher Peter, farmer, r s e cor East Market and Lyndon 
Flippen Hugh B, [Harris & Flippen], bds Central Hotel 
Forbis James W, [W R Forbis & Bro], bds s Elm opp 

McAdoo House 
Forbis W L, bds McAdoo House 
Forbis Wm R, [W R Forbis & Bro], r w s Ashboro 1 s 

McCullock 
Forbis W R & Bro, [Wm R and James W], furniture and 

upholsterers, s Elm, McAdoo House block 
Foster Wm H, tailor and repairer, n s Market 5 e Elm, r 

7 miles e Greensboro 
Foust Calvin (c), cook W B Sergeant, r w s Forbes 3 s Syca- 
more 
Fowler Mrs Francis, wid of William, r s s Mebane 2 e Davie 
Fowler John, wks Greensbore Handle Works 
Fowler John G, tailor F G Cartland & Bro, r s s Mebane 2 e 

Davie 
Fowler Rufus-, wks Greensboro Handle Works 
Frazier Geo (c), porter Central Hotel, r Warnersville 
Freeland Edmund (c), r w s Cedar 1 n Gaston 
Fries Frank (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, r n e cor 

Washington and Gilmer 
Fuller Wm, law student, bds n w cor Edgeworth and Gaston 



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GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 91 

ALLOWAY CHAS, law student, bds w s Davie 2 s 
Gaston 

Galloway Cham 1 us (c), r Jonesboro 

Galloway Geo (c), r Jonesboro 

Galloway Green, r Jonesboro 

Galloway Lewis (c), r n s Sycamore 3 w Forbes 

Garrett Elizabeth, wid of Francis, r w s Cedar 1 n Gaston 

Garrett Frank (c), r Warnersville 

Garrett Geo (c), r Warnersville 

Garrett Thomas, lab, r n s Gaston 1 e Green 

Garrett Yancey (c), carpenter, r e end Market 

Gearn Mack (c), carpenter, r n s East Market 3 e Forbes 

Genther Charlie, engineer, r s s Gaston 2 e Davie 

Gibbs Anthony (c), r Warnersville 

Gibson Minerva, wid, r Jonesboro 

Gibson Romnus (c), plasterer, r w s Spring nr R R 

Gibson Sandy (c), r Warnersville 

Gilcrease Ann (c), r w s Lyndon 1 s East Market 

Giles Edmund, law student, bds w s Elm opp McAdoo 

House 
Gilmer Clara, wid of Joe, r n s Washington 2 w Gilmer 
Gilmer John A, atty at law, office over the National Bank 

of Greensboro, r w s Church opp Elm 
Gilmer Joseph W, county surveyor, r 11 miles s e Greens- 
boro 
Gilmer Judy (c), r s s Sycamore 3 e Davie 
Gilmer Mack (c), r Warnersville 
Gilmer Nicey (c), r n w cor Sycamore and Forbes 
Gilmer Robert (c), lab, res railroad bet East Market and 

Washington 
Gipe Emanuel C, manager Singer Sewing Machine office, n 

w cor Elm and Sycamore, bds McAdoo House 
Gipson Joseph (c), r Warnersville 
Gladston Betsy, r s s Gaston 1 e Elm 
Glasby Lodan (c), r Warnersville 
Glascock Giles T, propr Carolina Stove and Plow Works 

n s Mebane road 5 w R R depot, r w s Ashboro 10 s Lee 
Glenn Chas M, [R W Glenn & Son], bds Central Hotel 
Glenn Robt G, druggist, w s Elm 2 s Market, bds McAdoo 

House 
Glenn Robt W [R W Glenn & Son], bds Planters' Hotel 



92 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Glenn RW & Son [Robt W and ChasM], physicians, office 

Glenn's drugstore 
Golding Jack, painter, r n s Market 3 w Davie 
Golding Samuel, painter, r n s Market 3 w Davie 
Gorrell Calvin (c), blacksmith, res Centre 2 n East Market 
Gorrell Mrs C C, millinery and fancy goods, s s Market 4 w 

Elm, r same 
Gorrell Mary, wid of Ralph, r n e cor Davie and Fayetteville 
Gorrell John (c), waiter Central Hotel 
Gorrell Washington (c), r Warnersville 
Gorrell W Albert [Odell, Ragan & Col, r n e cor Davie and 

Fayetteville 
Gorrell Will (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 
Graham Henry H (c), [Payne & Graham], res Forbes 5 n 

Market 
Graves Jesse (c), r Jonesboro 
Graves Sidney (c), r Jonesboro 
Graves Silas (c), r Jonesboro 
Graves Thomas (c), r Warnersville 
Graves Weldon (c), wks Robt Douglas, r Warnersville 
Gray Frank (c), r Warnersville 
Gray Horace (c), r Warnersville 
Gray Julius A, cashier The National Bank of Greensboro,. 

also Prest Cape Fear &, Yadkin Valley R R, r n s West 

Market 2 w Ash 
Green Phunny (c), r Jonesboro 
Green Wesley (cj, r Jonesboro 
Greensboro Female College, T M Jones Prest, w end! 

Market 
Greensboro Handle Works, Thos McMahon propr, e end 

Washington 
Greenboro Patriot (Weekly), P F Duffy editor and propr r 

e s South Elm nr Sycamore 
Gregory Geo H [Ball & Gregory], r n s West Market 1 \v 

Mendenhall 
Gregory Richard, physician, raw cor Spring and West 

Market 
Gretter John B, Dept U S Marshal and Clerk, r n s West 

Market 2 w Green 
Gretter Michael, r w s Ashboro 3 s Gorrell 
Gribble James R, marble cutter S C Robertson, r w s Forbes 

I s Gaston 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 93 

Griffin Denny, bds w s Forbes 1 s Gaston 
Gullett Robt, furniture and undertaker, rear Court House, 
r s e cor East Market and Market 



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AJRSTON ALLEN (c), wks Southern Express Co, r 
Warnersville 

Hall James K [Hall & Bell], r w s Ash 2 s Washington 
Hall James K Jr, bkpr Odell, Ragan & Co, r w s Ash 2 s 

Washington 
Hall Julius (c), waiter McAdoo House 
Hall & Bell [James K Hall and Wm P Bell], physicians, 

e s Elm 4 s Market 

Hannah (c), r Warnersville 

Hanner J Absolem, [Scott, Small ■& Co and J W Scott & 

Co], r 9 miles s Greensboro 
Hanner Nathan A, [Scott, Small & Co and J W Scott & 

Co], r 9 miles s Greensboro 
Hardin S (c), r Warnersville 

Hardin James R, trader, res Ashboro 1 n McCulloeh 
Hardin John A, trader, res Ashboro 1 n McCulloeh 
Hargrave Alfred (c), carpenter, r n s Lindsay nr e limits 
Harper Jack (c), lab, r n s Bragg 1 w Mebane road 
Harrass John H, harness maker L Houston, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Harrell Wm H, stone mason, res Forbes 2 n East Market 
Harris W Eugene, [Harris ifc Flippen], bds Central Hotel 
Harris & Flippen. [W Eugene Harris and Hugh B Flip- 
pen], hardware, n s Market 1 e Green 
Harrison Trezevant, Baptist minister, r Fayetteville 1 e 

Davie 
Hairston Allen (c), r Warnersville 
Hartgrave Robert (c), wks Sergeant Manfg Co, r s e cor 

Church and Lindsay 
Hartsell James M, r e s Ash 1 n New 
Harvey Samuel R, carpenter, r s w cor Mebane and Lee 
Harvey Samuel S, guard stockade, r s w cor Mebane and 

Lee 
Hawkins Lee M, propr Railroad Eating House R&D 

Depot, r w s Elm 4 s Sycamore 
Hayes Thomas S. shoemaker, e s Elm 4 n Market, r same 



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Hayes Wra A, elk E M Caldcleugh, res Elm 4 n Market 

Headen B (c), waiter Mrs R R Moore 

Heath Alando R, wks spoke and handle factory, res Forbes 

3 n East Market 
Heath Augustus S, blacksmith, r n s East Market 3 e Davie 
Heath John, guard stockade, r Guilford county 
Heath Joseph C, r e s Ashboro 5 s McCulloch 
Heath Orlando, wks Greensboro Handle Works 
Heath Washington, r n s Ash 2 w R R 
Henderson A E, wid of Archibald, r s e cor West Market and 

Edgeworth 
Henderson Randolph (c), brick mason, r bet Railroad and 

Percy 
Hendrix John L, elk Houston & Bro, bds Planters' Hotel 
Henry Morefield, r Warnersville 
Henry Patrick (c), r s end Ashboro 
Henry Walter, law student, bds w s Davie 2 s Gaston 
Heritage Wm, guard stockade, r Guilford county 
Hicks Charles (c), barber, w s Elm 2 n New, r s s Mebane 1 

e Davie 
Hicks Jacob, engineer, r s s East Market 1 e Gilmer 
Highat Fountain (c), drayman, r n s East Market 6 e Forbes 
Highat Wm (c), brickmason, r w s Edgeworth 2 s Martins- 
ville road 
Hildesheimer Joseph, r n s Gaston 3 e Edgeworth 
Hill H Edward (c), lab, r w s Mendenhall 4 n Salisbury 

road 
Hill Matilda, wid of Wilson, r s s West Market 1 w Ash 
Hill Wm H, flour and feed, s w cor Sycamore and Elm, r 

e s Elm 2 n McAdoo House 
Hill Wilson S, lawyer, also director of the National Bank of 

Greensboro, r s s Market 1 w Ash 
Hilton Mary, wid of Evan, r s s East Market 1 e R R 
Hilton Romnus B, r s s East Market 1 e R R 
Hoi ley Wra E, vegetables, stall No 5 City Market 
Holt James R, overseer convicts, r Guilford county 
Holt John M, car inspector R & D Depot, r n w cor Ash and 

Walker Av 
Hopkins Joe (c), waiter Planters' Hotel, r same 
Horney Wm A, watches, clocks and jewelry, e s Elm 4 s 

Market, r n s East Market 1 e Forbes 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 95 

Hoskins Jesse F, bds s w cor Green and Belle Meade Av 
Houston Levi, [Houston & Bro and Houston & Jordan], 

also harness and saddlery, e s Elm 4 n McAdoo House, 

bds s end Ashboro 
Houston Samuel, guard stockade 

Houston Wm M, [Houston & Bro], r n s Clay 1 w Elm 
Houston & Bro, [Wm M and Levi], dealers in sumac leaves, 

n w cor Davie and New, also groceries and provisions, 

e s Elm 4 n McAdoo House 
Houston & Jordan, [Levi Houston and Arthur Jordan], 

marble works, e s Elm 7 s Sycamore 
Howard Robert (c), r Warnersville 

Howard Scott (c), waiter Lee Hawkins' railroad eating-house 
Howard Sylvanus A, manager Western Union Telegraph 

Office, w s Elm 4 s Market, bds Central Hotel 
Howlett James M, gun and locksmith, n s Market 4 e Elm 
Howlett Lewis C, elk W B Bogart, bds Planters' Hotel 
Hubbard Peter, foreman North Carolina Handle Co, r cor 

Mebane and Bragg 
Hudson Rev H T, trustee Greensboro Female College, r 

Shelby 
Hughes James M, farmer, r w s Forbes 1 n Washington 
Hughes James R, wholesale shipper of country produce 

Market House, r w s Forbes 1 n Washington 
Hughes Milton T, shipper of country produce, e s Davie 1 

n Washington, r same 
Hughes Wm P, photographer, n s Market 1 w Elm, r n s 

West Market opp Female College 
Hundley Mrs E D, wid of Dr R T, r n e cor Sycamore and 

Green 
Hunter George (c), minister, res Forbes 4 s Lindsay 
Hutton James (c), wks Houston & Jordan, r Warnersville 
Hutton Peter (c), res Ashboro 5 s Lee 



INGOLD FERNANDO N, express messenger N C R R, 
r w s Edgeworth 1 s Main 

I F Hall, n s Market 2 w Elm 

Isley Lewis C, wks Cable & Bro, r w s Davie 1 n Bragg 



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ACOB TALGO S, engineer, r Fayetteville 3 e Davie 



Jacobs Henry, cutter F G Cartland & Bro, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Jackson George, carpenter, r n s Gaston 2 w Forbes 
Jackson Jehu H, grocery store e s Davie 1 s City Market, r 

s s East Market 3 e Davie 
Jackson Wni G, farmer, r Salisbury road w limits 
Jarrell John F, carpenter, r n s Gaston 1 vv Davie 
Jarrell Wm A, carpenter, r n s Gaston 1 w Davie 
Jenkins Jesse, law student, bds Central Hotel 
Jenkins John, guard stockade, r Guilford county 
Johnson Adaline, wid of Lewis, r n w cor Gaston and Davie 
Johnson Alfred A, elk John Barker, bds s e cor Green and 

Gaston 
Johnson David (c), r Warnersville 
Johnson Henry (c), driver for Mrs V McAdoo, res McAdoo 

1 s Factory 
Johnson Henry (c), lab, r nr e end Market 
Johnson Mary (c), cook Planters' Hotel, r same 
Johnson Sarah J, wid of John, r s s Lee 1 w Mebane 
Johnson Squire (c), waiter L M Hawkins, r s s Mebane 2 w 

Forbes 
Johnson Sterling, r s s Lee 1 w Mebane 
Jollee Catharine B, wid of James, r s s East Market 1 e Forbes 
Jones Alexander L, engineer, r s s West Market 1 e Ash 
Jones Eudora D, asstin music Greenboro Female College, r 

same 
Jones Jacob (c), meat market Market House, r Hoppersville 

e limits 
Jones James (c), r Warnersville 
Jones Jesse (c), well digger, r w s Gilmer 1 n Gaston 
Jones Joseph (c), r Warnersville 
Jones Mary (c), r s s Gaston 1 w Forbes 
Jones Nelson (c), r n s East Market 2 w Forbes 
Jones Pinkney (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, r Jones- 

boro 
Jones Rosa, wid of Buncombe, r Hoppersville e limits 
Jones S(aburn W (c), shoemaker, e s Elm 3 s Sycamore, r e 

end Market 
Jones Stephen (c), shoemaker, r e end Sycamore 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. . 97 

Jones Thos J, supervisor stockade convicts, r Fayetteville 
Jones Rev Turner MDD, Prest Greensboro Female Col- 
lege, r same 
Jordan A, bds Planters' Hotel 

Jordan Arthur [Houston & Jordan], bds Planters' Hotel 
Jordan Frank (c), carpenter, r n s Washington 1 w Gilmer 
Jordan Noell (c), r Warnersville 
Jordan Thomas (c), r e end Market 
Joyce Edward (c), painter, r w s Ashboro 3 s McCulloch 
Joyce Robert T, r e s Davie 1 n East Market 
Julian Jesse, r s end Ashboro 



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EELIXG ANNIE T, r n s Washington 1 e Davie 



Keeling John L, genl merchandise, e s Elm 2 s Market, r n 
s Washington 1 e Davie 

Keeling Spencer P, r n s Washington 1 e Davie 

Keen Nannie (c), r n s Mebane road 2 w R R depot 

Kelham David, r Jonesboro 

Kellam Eliza, wid, r Jonesboro 

Kellam Nelson, wheelwright and wagon maker, s s Syca- 
more 2 e Davie, r Jonesboro road 

Kellam Nathaniel, wks George H Coble, r Jonesboro 

Kelly John A (c), meat market City Market House, r ws 
Forbes 2 s Sycamore 

Kendall John J, machinist, r n s East Market 1 e Percy 

Kenned}' S D, passenger agent Pennsylvania Railroad, office 
Elm opp R&D Depot 

Keogh Thomas B [Keogh & Barringer], r s w coi Gorrell 
and Ashboro 

Keogh & Barringer [Thomas B Keogh and John A Bar- 
ringer], attys at law, w s Elm 3 s Sycamore 

Kerr Cyrus M, poultry, fruits and furs, w s Davie 2 s Syca- 
more, r n end Davie 

Kerr Samuel A, elk C G Yates 

Kersey David, carpenter, r n w cor Bragg and Mebane road 

Kersey Millard, carpenter, r n w cor Bragg and Mebane road 

Kestler Geo W [Odell, Ragan & Co], res Davie 3 s Fay- 
etteville 



98 GREENSBORO, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 

King Robt R, atty at law, e s Elm 2 n Market, bds s e cor 

North Elm and Church 
Kinney Jerome C, engineer, bds s s East Market 3 e Gilmer 
Kirkman Julius A, harness maker, w s Elm 8 n New, r w s 

Ashboro 4 s McCulloch 
Kirkman Thomas, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r Jonesboro 
Kirkman Watt, r Jonesboro 
Kirkman W A, guard stockade, r Guilford 
Kirkpatrick Fred (c), waiter, n s New 1 w Elm 
Kiser Albert (c), r Warnesville 



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AFON T H, bds McAdoo House 



Lamb E T, bds McAdoo House 

Lamb Mebane, carpenter Cable & Bro, r n s Clay 2 w North 

Elm 
Landreth Cyrus E, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r e end Market 
Landreth M D, farmer, r e end Market 
Langley James, blacksmith, r w s Gilmer 2 s East Market 
Lash Isaac (c), r e end Market 
Law Jefferson, (c\ wks Greensboro Handle Works, r Hop- 

persville e limits 
Ledford Geo, buggy manfr n s Sycamore 4 e Davie, r n e 

cor Elm and Gaston 
Lee Mandy, wid of J C, r n w cor Spring and Gaston 
Lee Wm R, bds n w cor Spring and Gaston 
Lentz Richard C, [Odell, Ragan & Co], bds w s Menden- 

hall 1 n West Market 
Leversedge John, bds Elm opp McAdoo House 
Lewis Charles, [J & C Lewis], r Abilene, Kansas 
Lewis John [J & C Lewis], r n s Bragg 1 w Elm 
Lewis J & C, [John & Charles Lewis], manufacturers of 

wagons and general repair shops, n s Mebane road 4 w 

R R depot 
Lewis L C E, sawyer North Carolina Handle Works 
Liles Sarah, wid of Wm, r s s East Market 1 e R R 
Lillycrop W, bds Mrs R R Moore 
Lindsay Ca3sar (c), r Warnersville 

Lindsay Caroline, wid of Wm, r n s Lindsay 1 w Percy 
Lindsay Caroline (c), r e s R R Hoppersville, e limits 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 99 

Lindsay Dr Edward, physician, w s Church 1 n North Elm, 

r same 
Lindsay Green (c), r Warnersville 
Lindsay Harper, r w s Church 1 n North Elm 
Lindsay Hine (c), r Warnersville 

Lindsay Jed H, director The National Bank of Greensboro 
Lindsay Jerry (c), lab, r n s Lindsay nr e limits 
Lindsay Jesse H, Pres The National Bank of Greensboro, 

rsw cor Elm and Clay 
Lindsay Lindsay (c), r Warnersville 

Lindsay Robt G, asst R R agt, r s e cor Sycamore and Green 
Lindsay Sarah (c), res Davie 1 n Sycamore 
Lindsay Sylvia (c), waiter Planters' Hotel 
Lindsay Wesly (c), lab, r outside western limits 
Lindsay Wm, wks Cable & Bro 

Lindsay Wm jr (c), wks R&D depot, r w s Green 1 s Gas- 
ton 
Lindsay Wm sr (c), r w s Green 1 n West Market 
Litaker Daniel T, r w s Mebane road 2 s Lee 
Litaker J Franklin, r w s Mebane road 2 s Lee 
Logan John E [W C Porter & Co], r n s West Market 1 w 

Ash 
Love Wm, sawyer North Carolina Handle works, r w s 

Mebane 1 s Bragg 
Lovett John (c), lab, r n s East Market 5 e Forbes 
Lovett Wade (c), carpenter, ms East Market 5 e Forbes 
Loy Jacob, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r nr Bennett 
College 



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cADOO, ALEX (c), waiter, w s Elm 4 n New 



McAdoo Calvin N, director of the National Bank of Greens- 
boro, also agt Nannie W McAdoo, re s McAdoo 1 s Fac- 
tory 
McAdoo House, W D McAdoo, propr, e s Elm 7 n New 
McAdoo John W (c), blacksmith, r Warnersville 
McAdoo John W (c) [McAdoo & McAdoo], r Warnersville 
McAdoo Nannie W, genl merchandise, s w cor Market and 

Davie, e s McAdoo 1 s Factory 
McAdoo Orpheus (c), wks Sergeant Manfg Co, r Warners- 
ville 



100 GREENSBORO, N. G, DIRECTORY. 

McAdoo Samuel (c), farmer, r w s Percy 3 n East Market 
McAdoo Walter D, propr McAdoo House, r same 
McAdoo & McAdoo (c) [John W and McKinsy], blacksmiths 

and horseshoers, s s Sycamore 1 n City Market 
McConnell Wm (c), r Jonesboro 
McCormick Wm H, manager " North State," w s Elm 3 

s Sycamore, r s w cor Greene and Belle Meade av 
McCormick Wm H Jr, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r 

over n e cor Davie and East Market 
McCulloch John, deputy sheriff, r w s Ashboro 1 s McCul- 

loch 
McCulloch Logan, bkpr Fields & Causey, bds w s Davie 1 

s Fayetteville 
McCulloch Robert A, manager W D Allsup, r Ashboro st 1 

s McCulloch 
McDonald Thomas [Buchanan & McDonald], bds s s East 

Market 1 e Forbes 
McDuffie Edward B, elk R G Glenn, bds Elm opp McAdoo 

House 
Mclver Alex, school teacher, res Church 5 n Lindsa}' 
Mclver Yancy (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 
McKeever Geo (c), r Warnersville 
McKeever Yancey (c), r n s East Market 6 e Forbes 
McKibben Andrew J, warehouseman Odell, Ragan & Co, r 

cor Factory and Lyndon 
McKienon W T, guard stockade, r Chatham county 
McKinse} 7 Ned (c), r n s Lindsay 1 e railroad 
McKinsey Rufus (c), brickmason, r n s Lindsay 1 e railroad 
McKoy Edward (c), lab, rs w cor Sycamore and Forbes 
McLean Sylvira (c), wid of Bedford, res Green 1 n Clay 
McLean Wm C, elk J W Scott & Co, r e s Forbes 2 s Lind- 
say 
McMahon Thomas, propr Greensboro Handle Works, s s 

railroad nr e limits, r n w cor Gilmer and Factory 
McMichael Green (c), hostler D W C Benbow 
McNichol Armor, r s s East Market 2 e Forbes 



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ACE DAVID (c), lab, r e s Forbes 5 n East Market 



Mangum Rev A W, trustee Greensboro Female College, r 
Chapel Hill 



GREENSBORO, N. C., DIRECTORY. 101 

Manguin James W, dealer in groceries and provisions, n e 

cor Davie and East Market 
Mann Rev J E, trustee Greensboro Female College, r Rocky- 
Mount 
Mann Spencer (c), waiter Central Hotel, ms Washington 

1 w Gilmer 
Mark John, r Jonesboro 
Mark Thomas, r Jonesboro 
Marley Henry B, physician, w s Ashboro 3 s Lee, r w s 

Ashboro 4 s Lee 
Maske Jane, wid of Marion, r w s Mebane 1 s Lee 
May John H, genl merchandise, s e cor Market and Elm, 

r s w cor Washington and Ash 
May John M, r bet Railroad and Percy 
May Priscilla, wid of Solomon, rsw cor West Washington 

and Ash 
Maj'or's Office, west side Court House 
Meade James, wks G T Glascock, r \ mile outside s limits 
Mears Richard, law student, bds n w cor Edgeworth and 

Gaston 
Mebane Robt (c), harness maker, e s Davie 2 n Sycamore, r 

same 
Meeks Walter S, elk, bds Central Hotel 
Mendenhall Aaron (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 
Mendenhall Cyrus P, President of Trustees Greensboro Fe- 
male College, also atty at law, r w s Elm opp McAoo 

House 
Mendenhall Joe (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 
Mendenhall Mat (c), res Railroad nr n end Church 
Mendenhall Wm C, guard at jail, bds e s North Elm 2 n 

Market 
Mesley Roderick D, carpenter, r n s Ash 1 w Railroad 
Methodist Episcopal Church, n s West Market 3 w Ash 
Michaux Edward R, printer " The Central Protestant," res 

Green 4 s Clay 
Michaux Rev John L, editor and propr "The Central 

Protestant," w s Davie 3 s Sycamore, res Green 4 s 

Clay 
Michaux John S, printer "The Central Protestant," res 

Green 4 s Clay 



102 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Michaux L Macon, foreman " The Central Protestant," res 

Green 4 s Clay 
Miller George R, carpenter, r s s Gaston 2 w Forbes 
Miller Henry F, carpenter, r s s Gaston 2 w Forbes 
Minor Thad (c), lab, r n s Sycamore 4 w Forbes 
Mitchell Andrew (c), r w s Percy 3 n East Market 
Mitchell Samuel S, elk J C Cunningham, r w s Church 3 s 

Railroad 
Mitchell Zyph (c), r e end Market 

MoffittEli N, [Odell, Ragan & Co], r Brower's Mill, N C 
Mock Thomas, wks Win Collins undertaker, w s Davie 1 

w Sycamore, r 1 mile e Greensboro 
Molton Mrs, wid, r n s Lee 4 w Mebane 
Montgomery John C, r n e cor Gilmer and East Market 
Montgomery Ruffin, r n e cor Gilmer and East Market 
Montgomery Virginia, wid of Fielding, r n e cor Gilmer 

and East Market 
Moody Wesley (c), r Warnersville 
Moore John (c), blacksmith, n s Mebane 6 n R R depot, r 

s s Bragg 3 w Mebane road 
Moore Rev Richard R, r e s South Elm 1 n McAdoo House 
Moore Mrs R R, boarding-house, e s Elm 1 n McAdoo House, 

r same 
Moore Wm S, general merchandise, millinery and fancy 

goods, n w cor Market and Davie, r s s E Market 2 e 

Davie 
Morehead Eugene, banker Durham, res West Washington 

opp Edgeworth 
Morehead Gaston (c), painter, r w s Percy 1 n East Market 
Morehead James (c), ^Morehead & Scott], r nr e end 

Market 
Morehead James T, atty at law, e s Elm 1 n Market, r s w 

cor Sycamore and Greene 
Morehead Joseph M, atty at law, r s w cor Green and Syca- 
more 
Morehead Patsey (c), wid of George, r nr eastern limits 
Morehead Pinkney (c), minister, r s s Lindsay 1 e Percy 
Morehead Quinny (c), gardener, r n s West Washington 1 

w Ash 
Morehead Robert (c), r Warnersville 
Morehead Sidney (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 103 

Morehead Thomas (c), porter McAdoo House, r Warnersville 

Morehead Wm, (c), r nr Jonesboio 

Morehead & Scott (c), [James Morehead & Jack Scott], 

shoe makers, s s Market 4 e Elm 
Morris Morrison, lab, r outside western limits 
Mund Frank E, painter, r s s Mebane 4 e Davie 
Murphy Sidney, wks J & C Lewis, bds n s Bragg 1 w Elm 
Murray Wm R, dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, clothing, 

hats, etc., s s Market 7 e Elm, r s s Sycamore 1 e Elm 



NEIL ELLINGTON, Asst Cashier The National Bank 
of Greensboro, bds McAdoo House 

Nelson Anderson (c), carpenter, r w s Mendenhall 2 n Salis- 
bury road 
Nelson James N, Clerk Superior Court, office Court House, 

r s e cor Market and Davie 
Nelson John (c), r Warnersville 
Newcomb Elisha G, r Fayetteville 2 e Davie 
Newell Aimer J, carpenter, r n s Lee 1 w Mebane 
Newell Dwight, guard stockade 

Newell Harmon K, bkpr Cable & Bro, bds w s Elm opp Mc- 
Adoo House 
Newell Myron G, elk Houston & Bro, r n sLee 1 w Mebane 
Newell Wra H, grocer, cor Mebane and Lee, r n s Lee 1 w 

Mebane 
Nocho Jacob R (c), route agent, r n s East Market 4 e Forbes 
North Carolina Handle Works, Chas E Shober agt, mfr 

all kinds of handles, spokes, &c, cor R R and Ash 
North State, North State Pub Co, w s Elm 3 s Sycamore 
Newell Wm L, engineer, r n e cor Lee and Davie 



OAKLEY JAMES, carpenter, r e s Mendenhall 1 n 
Salisbury road 

Oakley John, carpenter, res Mendenhall 1 n Salisbury 

road 
Oakley Robert, carpenter, res Mendenhall 1 n Salisbury 

road 
Odell James A, [Odell, Ragan & Co], r n s Washington 1 e 

Forbes 



104 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Odell John M, [Odell, Ragan & Co], also director The Na- 
tional Bank of Greensboro, r Concord N C 

Odell, Ragan & Co [John M Odell, Thomas and Wm H 
Ragan, James A Odell, Eli N Moffitt, Dennis Curtis, 
Geo W Kestler, Richard C Lentz and Wm A Gorrell], 
genl merchandise, whol and ret, e s Elm 3 n New 

Ogburn Chas W, variety store, w s Elm 3 s Market, r w s 
Edge worth 1 n Belle Meade av 

Orsell Annie (c), r n s Sycamore 4 w Forbes 

O'Sullivan Eugene C, tinner J E O'Sullivan, r w s Mebane 2 
s Bragg 

O'Sullivan John E, stoves, tinware and house-furnishing 
goods, e s Elm 2 n New, r w s Mebane 2 s Bragg 

O'Sullivan Walter T, cik Houston & Bro, r w s Mebane 2 s 
Bragg 

Owen James, wks Sergeant Mnfg Co,r s s Washington 1 e R R 

Owen Mary E, wid of Thomas, r n s East Market 4 w Forbes 



►ARKER EMILY, wid of J W S, r w s Elm 7 n New 

Parker Mary P, wid of J W, r s e cor Market and Greene 

Parrish Wm, r Jonesboro 

Patterson John (c), r e end Sycamore 

Pass Peter (c), 'bus driver Central Hotel 

Payne James (c), r Warnersville 

Payne John W, Clk U S Court Western Dist N C, office w 

Court House, r w s Church opp Davie 
Payne Robt B (c), [Payne & Graham], r Warnersville 
Payne & Graham (c), [Robt B Payne and Henry H Gra- 
ham], barbers, e s Elm 2 s Sycamore 
Pearce James R, r n s East Market 3 w Forbes 
Pearce Martha, wid of James, r s s East Market 3 e Davie 
Pearce Oscar F, guard convicts on railroad, r s sEast Market 

3 e Davie 
Pearce Wm H, r s s East Market 3 e Davie 
Peeples Tabitha, wid of Brown, r s s Gaston 1 e Davie 
Pendergraft D C, guard stockade, r Orange county 
Peters Hugh B, dray business, r n e cor Sycamore and Ash 
Petty John W, elk W C Porter & Co, bds Central Hotel 



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Phillips Benjamin C, wks J M Howlett, rne cor Davie and 

Gaston 
Phillips Joseph, engineer R & D R R, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Phillips Thomas, law student, bds w s Davie 2 s Gaston 
Phillips Wm (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, res Cen- 
tre 1 n East Market 
Pickett Joseph (c), engineer, r s e cor Forbes and Lindsay 
Pinnix J C, trustee Greensboro Female College, r Yancey ville- 
Poetress Chas, telegraph teacher, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Poindexter John (c), lab. r n s East Market e Forbes 
Pollard John R, engineer R&DRR, res Ash 2 n New 
Porter Algernon S, physician, r n s West Market 1 e Edge- 
worth 
Porter Ruth C, wid of Sidney, r w s West Market 1 e Edge- 
worth 
Porter Wm C [W C Porter & Co], rne cor Edgeworth and. 
Market 
•Porter WC&Co [Wm C Porter and John E Logan], drug- 
gists and apothecaries, e s Elm 4 n Sycamore 
Porter Wm L, elk W C Porter & Co, rne cor Edgeworth 

and Market 
Porter & Gretter [Wm C Porter rnd Michael Gretter], genl 

insurance office, Porter's drugstore 
Post Office, e s South Elm 2 n Sycamore, J D White P M 
Potts Robt E, transfer elk Southern Express Co, bds McAdoo 

House 
Powell Amos A (c), minister, r e end Sycamore 

Prairie , r s end Ashboro 

Presbyterian Church, s e cor Church and Davie 
Presbvteriau Church (c), e s Forbes 4 n East Market 
Pretzfelder Chas [C & M Pretzfelder], bds Planters' Hotel 
Pretzfelder Morris [C & M Pretzfelder], bds Planters' Ho- 
tel 
Pretzfelder C & M [Chas and Morris], dry goods, shoes, 
clothing, hats, notions and fancy goods, n e cor Market 
and Elm 
Prior Wm H, road-master Greensboro to Charlotte, r e s 

Church 1 n Lindsay 
Pritchard John A, r w s Ashboro 2 s Lee 
Pritchard Wm W, r 4 miles s Greensboro 
Pritchett Fannie, wid of John, r Ashboro 6 s Lee. 
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106 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Pritchett John A, furniture, w s Ashboro 3 s Lee 
Pritchett Susan, housekeeper Planters' Hotel, r same 
Pugh John W, grocer, n w cor Sycamore and Davie, r same 



RAGAN THOMAS [Odell, Ragan & Co], r James- 
town, N C 

Hagan Wm H [Odell, Ragan & Co], r High Point, N C 
Ragsdale Wyatt W, county treasurer, office Court House, 

bds cor Market and Davie 
Rainey David S, carpenter, r s w cor Ash and Sycamore 
Rainey Martha, wid of Samuel, r s w cor Ash and Sycamore 
Rankin Augustus L, elk W R Murray, bds s s Sycamore 1 

eElm 
Rankin James, elk Brown & Armfield, bds Jesse Wharton 
Rankin Jane, wid of P, r s s Gaston 4 e Davie 
Rankin Thomas (c), farmer, r s s Gaston 4 e Davie 
Rankin Thomas A, grocer, n s Davie 1 n Sycamore, res 

Forbes 3 s Lindsay 
Rankin Wm S, elk C & M Pretzfelder, bds n w cor Edge- 
worth and Gaston 
Hay Angeletta, wid of D L, r n s East Market 3 e Davie 
Hay Peter L, book-binder, r n s East Market 3 e Davie 
Ray Wilson (c), lab, res Davie 1 n railroad 
Heece Joseph M, job printing, w s Elm 3 s Sycamore, r s w 

cor Market and Green 
Rees R M, bds Planters' Hotel 
Rees Wm H, propr Planters' Hotel s s East Market 8 e 

Elm, r same 
Reese Anthony (c), waiter A Dilworth, r s w cor West Mar- 
ket and Green 
Register of Deeds' office, Wm U Steiner, Register, Court 

House 
Rice Benj (c), r Hoppersville, e limits 
Rice A, overseer convicts, r Halifax, Va 
Riche David, painter, res Edgeworth 1 s Clay 
Riche John (c), r Jonesboro 

Roach John A, farmer, r s e cor West Market and Spring 
Robbins Hon F C, trustee Greensboro Female College, r 

Lexington, N C 
JRobbins Hon Wm M, trustee Greensboro Female College, r 
.Statesville, N C 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 107 

Robertson David A, [D A Robertson & Bro], rsecor Syc- 
amore and Edgeworth 

Robertson J H, apprentice S C Robertson, r w s Ashboro 9 
s Lee 

Robertson Robert A, r s e cor Edgeworth and Sycamore 

Robertson Robert F, [D A Robertson & Bro], res Church 
2 n Lindsay 

Robertson Samuel C, marble works, e s Elm 5 s Sycamore, 
r w s Ashboro 9 s Lee 

Robinson Willis (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, r e end 
Market 

Rogers Warren (c), porter E M Caldcleugh, r n s Washing- 
ton nr handle factory 

Roper E C, bds McAdoo House 

Rosemond Jame T, fireman N C R R, r s s East Market 3 e 
Gilmer 

Ross Foster, r nr s end Ashboro 

Ross H A, wks Sergeant Mnfg Co 

Ross Robert, guard stockade, r Guilford county 

Rowe Wm B, elk Buchanan & McDonald, bds same 



^AMPSON JOHN, farmer, r e s Ashboro 4 s Lee 

Sanders Alex (c), r Warnersville 

Sandridge Adolphus (c), hostler C P Vanstory, r w s Davie 

3 n Sycamore 
Sash, Door and Blind Factory, I W Cable & Bro, S Steele 

owner, n s Mebane 3 w Railroad depot 
Scales Hon Alfred M, [Scales & Scales], Representative 

5th Con District, r s e cor West Market and Edgeworth 
Scales Junius E, [Scales & Scales], r s s Washington 1 e 

Forbes 
Scales Mary P, wid of Wm L, r w s Spring 1 s West Market 
Scales Wm (c), waiter McAdoo House, r same 
Scales & Scales, [Alfred M and Junius I], attys at law, 

office at Court House 
Scarborough Samuel W, farmer, r s end Mendenhall 
Schoffner M Morgan, bds Planters' Hotel 
Schulhofer David L, [Schulhofer & Co], bds s e cor North 

Elm and Church 



108 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Schulhofer Seymour J, [Schulhofer & Co], bds s e cor North 
Elm and Church 

Schulhofer & Co, [Seymour J and David L], genl merchan- 
dise, s w cor Market and Elm 

Scott David N, r s s Gaston 3 e Davie 

Scott Eliza (c), res Gilmer 1 s East Market 

Scott Jack (c), [Morehead & Scott], r Hoppersville e limits 

Scott J W, [Scott, Small & Co and J W Scott & Co], r n s 
Lindsay 2 e Church 

Scott J W & Co, [J W Scott, Edward A Small, Nathaniel 
A and J Absolem Hanner], wholesale and retail gro- 
cers, wooden ware, etc, e s Elm 3 n McAdoo House 

Scott Jane, wid of Davie, r s s Factory 1 w Gilmer 

Scott Levi M, [Scott & Caldwell], r cor Fayetteville and 
Davie 

Scott, Small & Co, [J W Scott, Edward A Small, Nathaniel 
A and J Absolem Hanner], wholesale dry goods, no- 
tions, fancy goods, etc, e s Elm 3 n McAdoo House* 

Scott & Caldwell, [Levi M Scott and Walter P Caldwell], 
attys at law, w of Court House 

Sears E P, wid of Joseph, r n s East Market 4 w Forbes 

Sellers John (c), hostler, res Forbes 1 n East Market 

Sellers Patsey (c), wid of Peter, r n s Mebane road 2 w R R 

Sergeant Benjamin E, propr Sergeant Manfg Co, r n s 
Washington 3 w Forbes 

Sergeant Chas H, wks Sergeant Manfg Co 

Sergeant George, r w s Davie 1 s Fayetteville 

Sergent Wm T, butcher City Market House, r n s Factory 1 
w Gilmer 

Shaw John F, wood worker G T Glascock, r w s Ashboro 2 
s McCulloch 

Shelton Thos S, manager S Steele's grocery, r s w cor East 
Market and Gilmer 

Sherwood D N, mail agent N C Div R & D R R, bds Mrs 
R R Moore 

Sherwood Mariah, wid of Michael, r n s Gaston 1 e Edge- 
worth 

Sherwood Thomas D, elk Scott, Small & Co, r n s Gaston 1 
e Edgeworth 

Shober Chas E, agt North Carolina Handle Co, r n e cor 
Sycamore and Green 



GREENSBORO, N. O, DIRECTORY. 109 

Shultz Cornelius A, guard city jail, r s s East Market 2 w 

Forbes 
Shultz Napoleon B (c), cook Lee Hawkins' R R Eating House, 

r e end East Market 
Shultz Peter (c), waiter L M Hawkins 
Sikes Peter (c), r Warnersville 
Sikes Willis, farmer, r s e cor Gaston and Green 
Sikes \V N, meats, stall No 1 city market, r country 
Simmons Peter (c), w r ks Greensboro Handle Works 
Simpson Alford (c), servant C P Mendenhall 
Simpson Elisha (c), carpenter, r nr e end Market 
Singer Manufacturing Co, E C Gipe manager, n w cor 

Elm and Sycamore 
Singleton Jeff (c), waiter Benbow House, r n s East Market 

1 w Forbes 
Sloan Calvin (c), r Warnersville 
Sloan James, elk Wharton & Wharton, r w s Ashboro 1 s 

Gorrell 
Sloan James (c), r Warnersville 
Sloan Jerry (c), r Jonesboro 
Sloan Randall, (c), r Warnersville 
Sloan Robt M, Agt Southern Express Co, office McAdoo 

House blk, r n s West Market 1 w Ash 
Sloan Robt M jr, bkpr The National Bank of Greensboro, r 

w s Ashboro 1 s Gorrell 
Sloan Thomas J, r w s Ashboro 3 s Gorrell 
Sloan Win (c), barber, n s Sycamore 3 e Davie, r same 
Sloan Wm, painter, r e end Market 
Sloan Wilson (c), lab, r Hoppersville e limits 
Sloan Wilson, r Warnersville 
Sloman Ike (c), r e s Centre 3 n East Market 
Small Edward A, [Scott, Small & Co and J W Scott & Co], 

r n e cor Elm and New 
Smith Arthur W, eng R & D R R, bds w s Elm opp Mc- 
Adoo House 
Smith E Henry, master of trains N C R R and Branch 

office depot, r w s Arch 1 n New 
Smith Franklin, harness mkr J Kirkman, bds w s Ashboro 

4 s McCullock 
Smith Henry L, r w s Church 3 n Lindsay 
Smith James, r s e cor Gaston and Green 



110 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Smith J Henry, minister, r w s Church 3 n Lindsay 

Smith John Y, carpenter, r w s Davie 2 n Bragg 

Smith Louisa, wid of Madison, r n w cor Green and Syca- 
more 

Smith Pemelie, wid of Thomas, r s s East Market 2 e Davie 

Smith Richard H, section master, r s w cor Forbes and Gas- 
ton 

Smith Samuel C, asst teacher graded school, r w s Church 6 
n Lindsay 

Smothers Alfred, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r Jones- 
boro 

Smothers Robt, r Jonesboro 

Snipes Archie (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, r Jones- 
boro 

Southern Express Office, R M Sloan sr agt, e s Elm Mc- 
doo bJk 

Spragins Richard G, condr R & D R R, bds w s Elm opp 
McAdoo House 

Spragins Walter R, baggage master R&D R R, bds w s 
Elm opp McAdoo House 

Stafford Robt M, sheriff of Guilford Co, office Court House, 
bds A Dilworth 

Stagg Win, condr N C R R, bds n s New 1 w Elm 

Stanfield Solomon (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 

Staples Bettie G, asst in music Greensboro Female College 

Staples John N, atty at law, e s Elm 3 n Market, r n e 
cor Market and Cedar 

Staples Margaret, wid of Dr H H, r n e cor West Market and 
Cedar 

Starr Geo J [Starr & Co], r n s East Market 1 e Gilmer 

Starr & Co [Geo J Starr and Henry J Williams], bakery and 
confectionery, e s Elm 3 s Market 

Stevens George (c), lab, r n s West Washington 1 w Ash 

Steele Edwin D, atty at law, n s Market 1 w Court House, 
r Central Hotel 

Steele Seymore, propr Central Hotel, r same 

Steele Walter B, elk Central Hotel, r same 

Steiner Wm U, Register of Deeds and Clerk of the Commis- 
sioners, office Court House, bds Planters' Hotel 

Stewart Adam, Sergeant Mnfg Co 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. Ill 

Stewart Monroe L, manager C P Vanstory, r w s Davie 3 n 

Sycamore 
Stockade for convicts of Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley R R, 

s s Mebane road 1 w R R depot 
Stone Richard A, carpenter, r w s Ashboro 5 s Lee 
Stovall [Misses M J & S E], dressmakers, w s Elm 4 s 

Sycamore, r same 
Strauss Moses, genl merchandise, w s Elm 5 s market, bds 

Central Hotel 
Sublett James D, r w s Church 1 n Lindsay 
Suits Margaret, wid of Jonathan, r w s East Market 3 e Davie 
Sutton Rev Robert B, rector St Barnabas Church, r s s West 

Market 1 w Green 
Swaim Henry, rs s Washington 1 e Gilmer 
Swaim Lyndon, V Prest The National Bank of Greensboro, 

res Lyndon 1 n Washington 
Swan Samuel B, r e s Davie 4 s Eayetteville 
Swan Wm C, engineer R&DRR, res Davie 4 s Fayette- 

ville 
Swift Calvin (c), drayman Houston & Bro, r Warnersville 
Swinston Henry (c), r Warnersville 



T 



ATE HENRY H, farmer, r n e cor Belle Meade av and 
Edgeworth 

Taylor Chas, engineer R&DRR, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Taylor Geo (c), waiter L M Hawkins, r s s Sycamore 2 w 

Forbes 
Tear Wm, engineer R&DRR, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Terrell Geo T, r n w cor Ash and Sycamore 
Terry J T, section-master R & D R R, bds Mrs R R Moore 
Thacker Caswell (c), farmer, r bet railroad and Percy 
Thacker John, elk J E Thorn, r n s Market 3 e Elm 
Thacker Mary E, wid of John II, r n s Market 3 e Elm 
The National Bank of Greensboro, Jesse H Lindsay, 

pres ; Lyndon Swain, vice-pres; Julius A Gray, cash; 

e s Elm 5 n Sycamore 
Thorn James E, bakery and confectionery, n s Market 3 e 

Elm, r same 
Thomas Chas F, foreman " Greensboro Patriot," r w s Green 

1 n Clay 



112 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Thomas David E, groceries and provisions, n s Sycamore 2 

e Davie, r 5 miles e Greensboro 
Thomas James (c), r s s Bragg 1 w Mebane road 
Thomas James D, farmer, r n s Gaston 1 e Edgeworth 
Thomas John, printer in " Patriot" office, r w s Green 1 n 

Clay 
Thomas Samuel (c), drayman Odell, Ragan & Co, r s s 

Spring nr railroad 
Thomas Wm M, marble-cutter S C Robertson, r w s Forbes 

1 s Gaston 

Thompson Anderson (c), watchman Odell, Ragan & Co, r n 

e cor Centre nr Gorrell 
Thompson Lydia (c), r n e cor Green and Gaston 
Tinnin Ruffin (c), porter Fields & Causey 
Tourgee Albion W, lawyer, bds e s Ashboro 4 s Lee 
Townsend Eli C, bkpr Singer Sewing Machine office, r w s 

Ash 3 s Sycamore 
Trimble James H, conductor R & D R R, r n s East Market 

2 e Davie 

Trogdon Samuel L, dept marshall and clerk, bds e s Elm 
opp McAdoo House 

Trotter Rufus (c), wks C P Vanstory, r w s Davie 3 n Syca- 
more 

Trotter Wm D, genl merchandise, s s Market 2 w Davie, 
r w s Ash 1 n Sycamore 

Turner Wm H, plasterer, r n s Gaston 1 w Green 



UNTHANK HARMAN (c), wks Greensboro Handle 
Works, r Warnersville 

Unthank Jasper (c), r Warnersville 

U S Marshal's office, R M Douglas marshal, n s Market 2 
w Elm 



VALENTINE DUNCAN, r n e cor Davie and Washing- 
ton 

Vanstory Chas P, livery, feed and sale stable, w s Davie 

3 n Sycamore, r s s East Market 1 e Davie 
Vanstory H, r s s East Market 1 e Davie 
Vanstory Walter (c), servant C P Mendenhall 



GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 113 

Vanstory Wm, wagon shop, w s Davie 1 s Sycamore, r s s 

Gaston 1 w Green 
Vernon A Thomas, baggage-master R&D depot 
Vernon Geo, telegraph operator R&D depot, bds Lee 

Hawkins' 
Vernon Robt L, agt R&D depot, r w s Elm 7 n New 
Valtz Bernard, wks Greensboro Handle Works, res Ash- 

boro 6 s McCulloch 



w 



ADE JESSE (c), lab, bds n e cor Green and Gaston 



Waesche George W, hardware merchant, r s s West Market 

3 w Ash 
Wagstaff Peter (c), r s s Sycamore 1 w Forbes 
Wakefield Wm H, hardware, stoves, tinware, agricultural 

implements, McAdoo House block, bds w s Elm opp 

McAdoo House 
Waldon Wm, engineer R & D R R, bds opp McAdoo House 
Walker Mangum (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, r 

Warnersville 
Walker Rev (c), r Warnersville 
Walker Wyatt (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works, r nr e 

end Market 
Walls Allen (c), r Jonesboro 

Walsh , bds McAdoo House 

Ward Alfred (c), farmer, r w s Mendenhall 4 n Salisbury 

road 
Warner Mollie, r s s Sycamore 3 e Davie 
Washington Geo (c), r Warnersville 
Watlington Wm Henry, passenger agent Chesapeake & 

Ohio R R, also boarding-house w s Elm 5 n R R, r 

same 
Watson Sarah, wid of Edward, r s s West Market 1 e Ash 
Waynesboro Joseph (c), barber C Hicks, r n w cor Elm and 

New 
Weatherly Andrew, r w s Davie 2 s Gaston 
Weatherly Ed (c), r Warnersville 

Weatherly W John, policeman, r s w cor Gaston and Davie 
Weir Cyrus (c), r Warnersville 
Weir Susan, wid of Dr David P, r n w cor Edgeworth and 

Gaston 



114 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Weldon Alpheus C, telegraph operator R&D depot, ms 

Lee 3 w Mebane 
Western Union Telegraph Co, S A Howard manager, w 

s Elm 4 s Market 
Westenedge Samuel, stove moulder G T Glascock, r n s 

Gaston 4 e Edgeworth 
Wharton Andrew (c), farmer, res Gilmer 2 s East Market 
Wharton Gaston (c), wheelwright, res Forbes 1 n East 

Market 
Wharton Jesse R Jr, teller The National Bank of Greens- 

bsro, r 1 mile n e Greensboro 
Wharton John W, [Wharton & Wharton], r 4 miles n 

Greensboro 
Wharton Wm P, [Wharton & Wharton], r 8 miles n e 

Greensboro 
Wharton & Wharton, [John W and Wm P], genl merchan- 
dise, w s Elm 9 n New 
Wheeler Edrow R, bds e s North Elm 2 n Market 
Wheeler James B, carpenter, r s s East Market 2 e Gilmer 
Wheeler Oliver C, jailer, res North Elm 2 n Market 
Whitaker Emeline, wid of John, r Fayetteville 2 e Davie 
Whites Abe (c), r Warnersville 

White Augustus B, school teacher, r s s Market 5 w Elm 
White Graded School, w s Lindsay 1 s Church 
White Isaac W, elk, r bet Railroad and Percy 
White Jonathan D, postmaster, r w s Lindsay 1 s Forbes 
White Joseph P, r bet Railroad and Percy 
White Shuble C, guard stockade, r Guilford county 
White Stephen P, guard stockade, r Guilford county 

Whitfield , r Warnersville 

Whitice Dabney (c), r Jonesboro 
Whitice Doc (c), brickmason, r n s Lindsay 1 s Percy 
AVhitice George (c), wks Sergeant Manfg Co 
Whitice Moses (c), brickmason, r s s Gaston 1 e Percy 
Whitice Wm (c), waiter Planters' Hotel, r same 
Whitsett Henry, engineer N C R R, bds n s New 1 w Elm 
Whitt John, elk Nannie W McAdoo, bds same 
Whittington Chas, painter Geo Led ford, r e s Elm 1 s Mc- 
Adoo House 
Whittington Frank, r nr McMahan's factory 



GREENSBORO, N. 0., DIRECTORY. 115 

Whittington Henry (c), wks McAdoo livery stable, bds Mc- 
Adoo House 

Whittington Henry T, r e s Elm 1 s McAdoo House 

Whittington John A, r e s Elm 1 s McAdoo House 

Whittington Louisa, wid of Alphonso, res Elm 1 s McAdoo 
House 

Whittington Monroe A, express messenger N C R R, r e s 
Elm 1 s McAdoo House 

Whittington W F, wks Greensboro Handle Works 

W T iley Robert, r Jonesboro 

Wiley Samuel (c), barber under post-office, r w s Menden- 
hall 1 n Salisbury road 

William Henry J, [Starr & Co], r n s East Market 1 e Gil- 
mer 

Williams James N, grocer, r Warnersville 

Williams L, wks Sergeant Manfg Co 

Williams Samuel (c), office boy McAdoo House 

Williams Solomon (c), wks R & D R R depot, r Warnersville 

Williams Zack (c), wks R & D R R depot, res Davie 1 n 
Railroad 

Willis John A, r w s Elm 7 n New 

Willis Mrs S S, wid, r w s Elm 7 n New 

Willis Thos J, r w s Elm 7 n New 

Willis Robt W, wks Cable & Bro, bds w s Elm 4 n New 

Wilson Chas E, printer " The Central Protestant," bds e s 
Green 4 n Clay 

Wilson Dolph (c), r Warnersville 

Wilson George (c), lab, r n s Lindsay nr e limits 

Wilson Henry (c), r Warnersville 

Wilson Henry A, elk Fields & Causey, res Ash 1 n Syca- 
more 

Wilson Joseph (c), r Warnersville 

Wilson Levi (c), section hand, r n s East Market 6 e Forbes 

Wilson Samuel (c), res Railroad 1 s East Market 

Wilson Rev Nathan H D, trustee Greensboro Female Col- 
lege, r s w cor Mendenhall and West Market 

Winslow Oliver (c), r bet Railroad and Percy 

Winstead James M, r w s Mendenhall 1 n West Market 

Wolfe John M, carpenter, res Ashboro 4 s McCulloch 

Wolfe Wm, elk M Strauss 

Wood Wm (c), barber McAdoo House, r Warnersville 



116 GREENSBORO, N. C, DIRECTORY. 

Wood Marquis L, Presiding Elder Greensboro District, r s s 

Sycamore 1 w Ashe 
"Woodson Powhatan L, fruits, poultry, country produce, &c, 

No 3 Market Square, bds Mrs R R Moore's 
Woollen James A, carpenter, r n s West Market 2 w Men- 

denhall 
Wooters Emry P, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r n s 

Washington 1 e R R 
Wooters John T, wks Sergeant Mnfg Co, r e end Market 
Wright Annette, wid of Clement, r s w cor North Elm and 

.Clay 
Wright James, r n s Lee 2 w Mebane 
Wyrick Dock (c), wks Greensboro Handle Works 



YANCEY DENNIS B, vegetables and meats, stall No 
5 city market 

Yates Chas D, bookseller and stationer, w s Elm 2 n Syca- 
more, r w s Church 2 n Lindsay 

Yates Chas G, hardware, stoves, tin ware and groceries, n 
e cor Elm and Sycamore, r w s Church 2 n Lindsay 

Yates Rev E A, trustee Greensboro Female College, r Wil- 
mington N C 

Yates Geo B, r w s Church 2 n Lindsay 

Yates James F, elk C G Yates, r w s Church 2 n Lindsay 

Yates James H, genl merchandise s s Market 3 e Elm, r s e 
cor Market and Elm 

Yates Wm (c), tinner C G Yates, r n s Lindsay 2 e R R 

Yates Wm jr (c), waiter W S Moore, r n s Lindsay 2 e R R 

Y M C A rooms, w s Elm 3 s Sycamore 

Young Elizabeth, wid of Alfred, r s w cor Sycamore and 
Forbes 

Young (Big) Joe (c), lab, bds n s Sycamore 4 w Forbes 

Young Joe (c), lab, bds n s Sycamore 4 w Forbes 

Young Wm B, deputy sheriff, rns West Market opp M Col- 
lege 

Younts David, wks Greensboro Handle Works, r s e cor 
Market and Green 



GREENSBORO 

Business Directory. 

A Complete Index to the Entire Business of Greens- 
boro, Alphabetically Arranged. 



Attorneys-at-Law. 

Ball & Gregory, e s Elm 5 s Market 

Gilmer J A, over The National Bank of Greensboro 

Keogh & Barringer, w s Elm 3 s Sycamore 

King Robt R, e s Elm 2 n Market 

Morehead J T, e s Elm 1 n Market 

Scales & Scales, Court House 

Scott & Caldwell, w Court House 

Staples J N, e s Elm 3 n Market 

Steele E D, n s Market 1 w Court House 

Barbers. 

Hicks C, w s Elm 2 n New 

Payne & Graham, e s Elm 2 s Sycamore 

Wiley S, under Post Office 

Wood Wm, McAdoo House 

Banks and Bankers. 

(For full information see Appendix.) 

The National Bank of Greensboro, Jesse H Lindsay Prest, 
Lyndon Swain V Prest, J A Gray Cashier, e s Elm 5 n 
Sycamore 



118 GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bakeries and Confectioneries. 

(See also Confectioneries.) 

Starr & Co, e s Elm 3 s Market 
Thorn James E,ns Market 3 e Elm 

Blacksmiths and Horseshoers. 

Corral Daniel, n s Sycamore 5 e Davie 

Gorrell Calvin (c), s s Sycamore 1 n City Market 

McAdoo & McAdoo, s s Sycamore 1 n City Market 

Boarding Houses. 

Boner Miss Cary, s e cor Church and North Elm 
Brown Mrs N A, n s New 1 w Elm 
Moore Mrs RR.es Elm 1 n McAdoo House 
Washington W H, w s Elm 5 n R R 

Bookseller and Stationer. 

Yates C D, w s Elm 2 n Sycamore 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Bain A, w s Davie 1 s Market 
Dettmeiing F, n s Market 4 w Davie 
Davis A C, e s Elm 3 s Sycamore 
Donald J, e s Green 1 n Market 
Hayes Thomas S, e s Elm 4 n Market 
Jones S W, e s Elm 3 s Sycamore 
Morehead & Scott, s s Market 4 e Elm 

Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Coble George H, nr City Market 
Kellam Nelson, s s Sycamore 2 e Davie 
Ledford George, n s Sycamore 4 e Davie 
Lewis J & C, n s Mebane road 4 w railroad depot 
Vanstory W, w s Davie 1 s Sycamore 



GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 119 

Clothiers. 

Brown & Armfield, Benbow House, w s Elm 6 s Market 
Cartland F G & Bro, w s Elm 5 s Sycamore 
Murray W R, s s Market 7 e Elm 
Pretzfelder C & M, n e cor Market and Elm 

Confectioneries, Frnits, Etc. 

(See also Bakeries and Confectioneries.) 

Caldcleugh E M, s e cor Elm and Sycamore 
Ogburn C W, w s Elm 3 s market 
Woodson P L, No 3 Market Square 
Yates Geo B, e s Elm 2 n Sycamore 

Dentists. 

Robertson D A & Bro, n e cor Market and Elm 

Dress Makers. 

Anthony Miss L C, w s Elm 7 s Sycamore 
Brown Mrs H L, s s Market 1 w Elm 
Edwards Mary A, n s West Market 3 w Green 
Stovall Misses M J & S E, w s Elm 4 s Sycamore 

Drug-gists. 

Callum Bros, McAdoo House block 

Callum R G, Benbow House, w s Elm 7 s Market 

Glenn R G, w s Elm 2 s Market 

Porter W C & Co, e s Elm 4 n Sycamore 

Dry Goods. 

Brown & Armfield, Benbow House w s Elm 6 s Market 
Bogart W B, n s West Market 1 w Green 
Murray Wm R, s s Market 7 e Elm 
Pretzfelder C & M, n e cor Market and Elm 
Scott, Small & Co, e s Elm 3 n McAdoo House 



120 GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Express Company. 

Southern Express, R M Sloan sr agt, McAdoo House block 

Flour and Feed. 

Donnell W A, w s Davie 1 n Market 
Hill W H, s w cor Elm and Sycamore 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Carolina Stove and Plow Works, G T Glascock propr, n s 

Mebane road 5 w depot 
Sergeant Mnfg Co, s s Washington n s N C Div R D R R 

Furniture. 

Forbis W R.& Bro, s Elm st McAdoo House blk 
Gullett R, rear Court House 
Pritchard J A, w s Ashboro 3 s Lee 

General Merchandise. 

Balsley J B & Son, w s Elm 6 n New- 
Barker John, n s Market 1 w Elm 
Bevill W E, n s market 2 w Davie 
Buchanan & McDonald, n w cor Elm and New 
Cunningham J C, e s Market 3 w Davie 
Dodson W P, s s Market 2 e Elm 
Eckel A P, n s Market 6 e Elm 
Keeling J L, e s Elm 2 s Market 
May J H, s e cor Market and Elm. 
McAdoo Nannie W, s w cor Market and Davie 
Moore W S, n w cor Davie and Market 
O'Dell, Ragan & Co, e s Elm 3 n New 
Schulhofer & Co, s w cor Market and Elm 
Strauss M, w s Elm 5 s Market 
Trotter W D, s s Market 2 w Davie 
Wharton & Wharton, w s Elm 9 n New 
Yates J H, s s Market 3 e Elm 



GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 121 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Brewer James M, n s Sycamore 1 e Davie 
Brockmann A J, e s Elm 1 s Market 
Pugh J W, n w cor Sycamore and Davie 
Caldcleugh E M, s e cor Elm and Sycamore 
Crump W B, s end Ashboro 
Fields & Causey, w s Elm 8 n New 
Houston & Bro, e s Elm 4 n McAdoo House 
Jackson Jehu H, e s Davie 1 s City Market 
Rankin Thomas A, w s Davie 1 n Sycamore 
Scott J W & Co, e s Elm 3 n McAdoo House 
Steele S, n e cor Davie and Sycamore 
Thomas D E, n s Sycamore 2 e Davie 
Yates C G, n e cor Elm and Sycamore 

Gun and Locksmith. 

Howlett J M, n s Market 4 e Elm 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Harris & Flippen, n s Market 1 e Green 
Wakefield W H, McAdoo House blk 
Yates CG, ne cor Elm and Sycamore 

Harness and Saddles. 

Houston & Bro, e s Elm 4 n McAdoo House 
Kirkman J, w s Elm 3 n New 
Mebane Root, e s Davie 2 n Sycamore 

Hotels. 

Central Hotel, S Steele propr, s w cor Elm and Market 
McAdoo House, W D McAdoo propr, e s Elm 7 n New 
Planters' Hotel, s s East Market 8 e Elm 

Insurance Agents. 

Gregory G H, e s Elm 5 s Market 
Porter & Gretter, office Porter's drug store 
10 



122 GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Insurance Companies— Fire. 

Atlantic of New York, Porter & Gretter agts, office Porter's 

drug store 
George Home of Columbus, Porter & Gretter agts, office 

Porter's drug store 
Home of New York, Porter & Gretter agts, office Porter's 

drug store 
Liverpool and London and Globe, Porter & Gretter agts, 

office Porter's drug store 
Lynchburg Fire Ins Co, of Lynchburg, Va, G H Gregory 

agt, e s Elm 5 s Market 
Manhattan of New York, Porter & Gretter agts, office Por- 
ter's drug store 
Merchants' and Mechanics' of Richmond, Porter & Gretter 

agts, office Porter's drug store 
North British and Mercantile, Porter & Gretter agts, office 

Porter's drug store 
North Carolina Home of Raleigh, G H Gregory agt, e s Elm 

5 s Market 
Old North State of Warrenton, G H Gregory agt, e s Elm 

5 s Market 
Phoenix of Hartford, Porter & Gretter agts, office Porter's 

drug store 
Scotish Commercial, G H Gregory agt, e s Elm 5 s Market 
Virginia Home, Porter & Gretter agts, office Porter's drug 

store 
Western Assurance of Toronto, Canada, G H Gregory agt, 

e s Elm 5 s Market 

Insurance Company — Life. 

Mutual Life of New York, Porter & Gretter agts, office Por- 
ter's drug store 

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. 

Balsley J B & Son, w s Elm 6 n New 

McAdoo W D, rear Hotel 

Vanstory C P, w s Davie 3 n Sycamore 



GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 123 

Marble Works. 

Houston & Jordan, e s Elm 7 s Sycamore 
Robertson S C, e s Elm 5 s Sycamore 

Merchant Tailors. 

Cartland F G & Bro, w s Elm 5 s Sycamore 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Gorrell Mrs C C, s s Market 4 w Elm 
Moore W S, n w cor Market and Davie 

Newspapers. 

" Central Protestant," J L Micbaux editor and propr, w s 

Davie 3 s Sycamore 
" Greensboro Patriot," P F Duffy editor, e s South Elm nr 

Sycamore 
" North State" Publishing and Printing Co, w s Elm 3 s 

Sycamore 

Photographers. 

Andrews L \V, w s Elm Is Market 
Hughes W P, n s Market, 1 w Elm 

Physicians. 

Alford HM.es Elm o s Market 
Balsley Turner, n e cor Elm and Market 
Cheek Benjamin A, n s West Market 2 w Green 
Glenn R W & Son, office Glenn's drug store 
Hall & Bell, e s Elm 4 s Market 
Lindsay Edward, w s Church 1 e North Elm 
Logan John, r n s West Market 1 w Ash 
Marley H B, w s Ashboro 3 s Lee 

Restaurant. 
Hawkins L M, R&D Depot 



124 GREENSBORO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

Cable I W & Bro, n s Mebane road 3 w R R depot 

Sewing Machines. 

Crown Sewing Machine, F G Cartland & Bro agents, w s 

Elm 5 s Sycamore 
Singer, E C Gipe manager, n w cor Elm and Sycamore 

Stencil Cutter. 

O'Sullivan J E, e s Elm 2 n New 

Stoves and Tinware. 

O'Sullivan J E, e s Elm 2 n New 
Wakefield W H, McAdoo House block 
Yates C G, n e cor Elm and Sycamore 

Sumac Leaves. 

Houston & Bro, n w cor Davie and New 

Tailors and Repairers. 

Foster Wm H, n s Market 5 e Elm 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, S A Howard manager, w s 
Elm 4 s Market 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, 

Chamberlain J, w s Elm 2 n Sycamore 
Horney W A, e s Elm 4 s Market 
Farrar W B, w s Elm 4 s Market 

Undertakers- 
Collins Wm, w s Davie 1 n Sycamore 
Gullett R, rear Court House 



APPENDIX. 



CITY GOVERNMENT OF WINSTON. 

Col A B GORRELL, mayor 
Secretary and Treasurer — G W Hinshaw 
Chief of Police— H C Wooters 
Tax-Collector— W T Pfohl 

COMMISSIONERS. 

J A Bitting, T J Brown, W B Glenn, S Byerly, C Hamlen, 

J E Gilmer, G W Hinshaw 
Commissioners meet at mayor's office, s e cor Main and 5th 

sts, 1st Tuesday in each month 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Streets — J A Bitting, C Hamlen, J E Gilmer 

Fire— S Byerly, W B Glenn 

Sanitary — T J Brown, J E Gilmer, Dr V Thompson 

BOARD OF AUDITORS. 

A B Gorrell, T J Brown, J A Bitting 



CITY GOVERNMENT OF SALEM. 

Dr J F SHAFFNER, mayor 

COMMISSIONERS. 

J G Sides, Dr W J Hunter, J W Fries, W T Vogler, Alex 

Ackerman, D T Crouse, E A Ebert 
C B Stockton, police and night watchman 



120 APPENDIX. 



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CITY GOVERNMENT OF GREENSBORO. 

S C DODSON, mayor 



Clerk— A P Eckel 

Treasurer — C G Yates 

Chief of Police— R M Rees 

Chief of Fire Department — W K Eldridge 

COMMISSIONERS. 

L M Scott, W K Eldridge, Willis Sykes, A P Eckel, J C 
Cunningham, C G Yates 
Commissioners meet 1st and 3d Monday nights in each 
month 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

School— L M Scott, W K Eldridge, J C Cunningham 
Streets— C G Yates, Willis Sykes, L M Scott, A P Eckel 



FORSYTH COUNTY GOVERNNENT. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court — C S Hauser. 

Clerk Inferior Court — Thomas A Wilson - 

Judge Inferior Court — J W Fries 

Sheriff— A Fogle 

Register of Deeds — D P Mast 

Treasurer — Phillip Mock 

Board of County Commissioners — T T Best, E A Conrad, T 

J Valentine. Meets 1st Monday in each month 
Inferior Court meets 2nd Monday in February and August 
.Superior Court meets 7th Monday after the 4th Monday of 

March and September 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

OLD RICHMOND TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Thomas Moser, E L Reed, Washington Payne, Old 
Richmond 



APPENDIX. 127 



KKRNERSVILLE TOWNSHIP. 

Justices— G W Wilson, V W Perry, J H Morris, W G Ker- 
ner, Kernersville 

MIDDLEFORD TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — P A Cox, Calvin Crews, John Beeson, Winston 

VIENNA TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — B Y Hendrix, A S Conrad, Vienna 

SOUTH FORK TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — John Boyer, Winston; John E Faw, Salem 

OLD TOWN TOWNSHIP. 

Justices— J H Cox, C H Hauser, S N McGee, Old Town 

SALEM CHAPEL TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Thomas J Valentine, Henry Marshall, Thomas M 
Marshall, Salem Chapel 

LELEW'S CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Fred Fulton, R S Linville, White Roads 

BETHANIA TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — A P Styers, J A Anderson, N F Sullivan, Bethania 

BROAD BAY TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — J C Smith, Chas Rothrock, Salem 

LOUISVILLE TOWNSHIP. 

Justice — J P Brinkley, Louisville 

Abbott's creek township. 
Justices — Eli Weavil, Salem ; Aquilla Pitts, Kernersville 

WINSTON TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — E A Ebert, J W Fries, Salem ; W B Johnson, R D 
McQuiston, T T Best, Martin Grogan, Winston 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

C L Rights, W A Lemly, Salem 
James A Gray, R T Stedman, Winston 



128 APPENDIX. 



GUILFORD COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

Superior Court meets 1st Monday in March, 1st Monday in 
September and the 14th Monday after the 1st Monday 
in September 

Commissioners' Court meets 1st Monday in each month 

Judge Superior Court — John Kerr 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Sheriff— R M Stafford 

Clerk Superior Court — J N Nelson 

Register of Deeds and Clerk Commissioners' Court — Wm U 

Steiner 
Treasurer — W W Ragsdale 
Solicitor— F N Strudwick 
County Surveyor — Joseph W Gilmer 
Coroner — James W Albright 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 

L C Winchester, chairman ; R K Denny, James A Stewart, 
David Jordan — one vacancy 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Neil Ellington, Greensboro 
R M Sloan, Jr, Green boro 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Alex Tickel, John Cobb, James J Busick 

ROCK CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Caleb A Boon, Daniel P Foust, Geo W Clapp 

GREEN TOWNSHIP. 

Justices— Peter C Smith, W M Thompson, J W Murray 

MADISON TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Mebane Apple, Robt C Rankin 



APPENDIX. 129 



JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP. 

Justices— Joseph A McLean, W P Wharton, \V T Thorn 

CLAY TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Joseph W Gilmer, Win A Coble 

MONROE TOWNSHIP. 

Justices— D G Schofield, Frank Chilcutt, J W McMichael 

GILMER TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — A P Eckel, John A Pritchett, John L Hendricks, 
Wrn A Horney 

FENTRESS TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — W D Hardin, Allen H Scott, John M Fentress 

CENTRE GROVE TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Pinkney Wall, John W Winchester 

MOREHEAD TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — C P Mendenhall, James W Albright, Hiram C 
Worth, Geo Donnell, Arrington Dilworth 

SUMMER TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Wm L Kirkman, T S Davis 

BRUCE TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — J T Rhodes, Thomas Case, John L Ogburn 

FRIENDSHIP TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Thomas E Cook, W N Armfield, A H Lindsay 

JAMESTOWN TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — J A Gray, John W Stack 

OAK RIDGE TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — Chas Case, Jesse Benbow 

DEEP RIVER TOWNSHIP. 

Justices — L T Davis, Joseph A Davis 



130 APPENDIX. 



HIGH POINT TOWNSHIP. 



Justices — James A Campbell, Cyrus J Wheeler, R F Se- 
christ, David Jordan, Henry Clapp 



GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

T J JARVIS, Governor, salary $4,000. 

J L Robinson, Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the Sen- 
ate 
Wm L Saunders, Secretary of State, salary $1,000 and fees 
J M Worth, Trasurer, salary $1,500 
D W Bain, Chief Clerk, salary $1,500 ' 
Samuel L Love, Auditor, salary 81,250 
A J Partin, Chief Clerk, salary $1,000 
J C Scarborough, Supt Public Instruction, salary $1,500 
Johnstone Jones, Adjutant Genl, salary $300 
Thos S Kenan, AUy Genl, salary $1,500 
W C Kerr, State Geologist, salary $2,500 
Sherwood Haywood, Librarian, salary $850 
J McLeod Turner, Keeper Capitol, salary $700 

The Governor's Council consists of the Secretary of State, 
Treasurer, Auditor and Supt of Public Instruction 

Supreme Court — Wm N H Smith, Chief Justice, salary 

$2,500 
John H Dillard, Associate Justice, salary $2,500 
Thos S Ashe, Associate Justice, salary $2,500 
AV H Bagley, Clerk, salary $1,000 
Supreme Court meets in Raleigh on the first Monday in 

January and June 
U S Senators — Hon M W Ransom of Weldon, and Hon Z 

B Vance of Charlotte 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

R B Hayes, of Ohio, President, salary $50,000 

W A Wheeler, of N Y, Vice-President, salary 810,000 



APPENDIX. 131 



Wm M Evarts, of N Y, Secretary of State, salary $10,000 
John Sherman, of Ohio, Secretary of the Treasury, salary 

$10,000 J 

Geo W McCrary, of Iowa, Secretary of War, salary $10,000 
R M Thompson, of Indiana, Secretary of the Navy, salary 

$10,000 J 

Carl Schurz, of Mo, Secretary of Interior, salary $10,000 
David M Key, of Tennessee, Post Master General, salary 

$10,000 J 

Chas Devans, of Mass, Attorney General, salary $S,000 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Chief Justice— Morrison R Waite, of Ohio, salary $10,500 
Associate Justices— Ward Hunt, of N Y; Nathan Clifford, 
of Maine; Noah H Swayne, of Ohio; Samuel F Miller, of 
Iowa; Stephen J Field, of California; Wm M Strong, of 
Pennsylvania ; Joseph P Bradley, of New Jersey. Salaries, 
each 810,000 

Court holds one session annually in Washington, begin- 
ning on the 1st Monday in December 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

NORTH CAROLINA, WESTERN DISTRICT, FOURTH CIRCUIT. 

Circuit Judge— Hugh L Bond, Baltimore 
District Judge— Robt P Dick, Greensboro ~'" 
Dist Atty— V S Lusk, Asheville, N C 
Asst Dist Atty— W S Ball, Greensboro, N C 
Marshal— Robt M Douglas, Greensboro, N C 

CLERKS OF THE CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS. 

John W Payne, Greensboro 
Henry C Cowles, Statesville 
J E Reed, Asheville 

REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY. 

Thomas B Keogh, Greensboro 
Robert H Broadfield, Salisbury 
Hamilton G Ewart, Hendersonville 



132 APPENDIX. 



The courts are held as follows : 
First Mondays of April and October at Greensboro 
Third Mondays of April and October at Statesville 
First Mondays of May and November at Asheville 
Second Mondays of June and December at Charlotte 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

Masonic. 

WINSTON. 

Winston Lodge, No 167, A F & AM, meets 2d Saturday 
night in each month, on Tuesday night of Superior Court 
and on the anniversaries of the Holy St. John — M W Nor- 
fleet, W M ; J Q A Barham, SW;WH Miller, J W ; C J 
Ogburn, Treas; S H Smith, Secy; H N Snow, S D; SF 
Pierce, J D ; H A Holder, Tiler 

Winston Chapter, No 24, RAM, meets Masonic Hall, in 
Winston, 1st and 3d Saturday evenings in each month — 
H T Bahnson, High Priest; S E Allen, K ; C Hamlen, S; 
E T Ackerman, C of H ; S H Smith, P S ; M N Williamson, R 
A C : J Jacobs, G M Third Veil ; N M Allen, G M Second 
Veil ; S F Pierce, G M First Veil ; C S Hauser, Secy ; S D 
Franklin, Treas ; H A Holder, Tiler 

SALEM. 

Salem Lodge, No 289, A F & A M, meets 1st Thursdays 
in each month and on the anniversaries of St John the 
Evangelist and the Baptist, at Masonic Hall, Main st — W 
G Bahnson, W M ; E A Ebert, S W ; J T Schott, J W ; S E 
Butner, Secy; J W Hunter, Treas; E T Ackerman, S D ; C 
A Fogle, J D; J F Simmons, Tiler 

GREENSBORO. 

Greensboro Lodge, No 76, A F & A M, meets Saturday 
night before the full moon on each month at Masonic Hall, 
on West Market— S C Dodson, W M ; J R Wharton, S W ; 
R H Smith, J W ; J B Balsley, Treas ; J W Dick, Secy ; J 
Van Lindley, S D; Jas Buchanan, J D; Thos S Hayes, 
Tiler 



APPENDIX. 133 



Odd Fellows. 



WINSTON. 



Salem Lodge, No 36, I F, meets every Tuesday night, 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, over Thompson's drug store — W A 
Walker, N G; H T Foucht, V G; John S Masten, R S; J 
H Shultz, P G ; C Hamlen, Treas 

Salem Encampment, No 20, I F, meets 1st and 3d 
Fridays in each month, Odd Fellows' Hall, over Thomp- 
son's drug store — E A Strupe, C P ; John H Masten, H P; 
T F Crist, S W ; F W Meller, J W ; J H Shultz, Scribe ; C 
Hamlen, Treasurer 

GREENSBORO. 

Buena Vista Lodge, No 21, 1 F, meets at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall on every Tuesday evening — J H Jackson, N G ; 
L S Ellison, V G ; John Chamberlain, Secy ; H H Cartland, 
Treas; W R Murray, P G ; J H Harris, Warden ; J F Has- 
kins, C ; W R Murray, R S to N G ; M Pretzfelder, L S to 
N G; N D Doudy, R S to V G ; S Steel, L S to V G; Wm 
Young, R S S ; J Fetzer, L S S ; G M Adams, I G ; D Scott, 
G ; D D Gallaspie, Chaplain 

Knights of Honor. 

WINSTON. 

Winston Lodge K of H No 1673, meets 1st and 3d Tues- 
day nights of each month — J C Buxton, D ; A B Gorrell, V 
D ; Saml H Smith, AD; Dr H T Bahnson, P D ; J H Nel- 
son, Reporter; H N Snow, F Reporter; M W Norfleet, 
Treas; SD Franklin, Chaplain; R T Stedman, Guide; F 
L Moore, Guardian ; W C Causey, Sentinel ; Dr H T Bahn- 
son, Medical Examiner; Dr H T Bahnson, R D Johnston 
and J R Pierce, Trustees 

Knights of Pythias. 

SALEM. 

Salem Lodge, No 18, meets every Wednesday night at 
Masonic Hall in Salem— H S Crist, C C ; L A Brietz, V C ; 



134 APPENDIX 



\V Y Ry veil, Prelate ; R A Hamilton M of F ; WG Bahn- 
son, M of E ; J H Shultz, K of R S 

Independent Order of Good Templars. 

WINSTON. 

Winston Lodge, No 66, I G T, meets every Thursday 
night in their hall over V Thompson's drug store — J Q 
A Barbara, W C T ; Miss M Waggoman, W V T ; Edward 
Moyer, Chaplain; Paul Crutchfield, R S; Thomas Farrow, 
F S; Miss Mollie White, Treas ; Thos Patterson, Marshall ; 
Miss Mamie Ferrabee, Asst Marshal ; James Hodgin.I G; 
Albert White, G; Miss Ellen McKnight, R H S; Miss 
Flora Crumpler, LH8; WW Workman, P W C T 

Jeptha's Daughter. 

SALEM. 

Eastern Star Chapter Jeptha's Daughter No 14, meets 
every second and fourth Monday evening in each month, 
in Masonic Hall, Salem, N C. E A Ebert, W P; Miss M A 
Fogle, W M ; Mrs F Fisher, A M ; Mrs Addie Vance, Secy ; 
Mrs J W Hunter, Treas; Mrs J D Hollister, Cond ; Mrs A 
E Keehln, Asst Cond ; -Mrs A Vogler, Warden ; C F Mickle, 
Sentinel 

SALEM CLASSICAL MUSICAL SOCIETY. 

Meets in Music Hall, e s Main bet Bank and New Shal- 
lowford, every Tuesday night. H T Bahnson, Prest; A 
Lichenthaler,*Sec'y ; E A Ebert, Treas ; Prof E W Lineback, 
Musical Director ; Prof A C Meinung, Asst Musical Director ; 
R Chitty, Janitor 

SALEM LITERARY SOCIETY. 

Meets every Friday evening at Literary Hall n e cor Main 
and New Shallowford. J H Shott, Prest; R T Beck, Vice- 
Prest; H E Shore, Sec'y; W Peterson, Treas; J L Brietz, 
Librarian ; G E Keehlen, Chaplain; T MButner, Steward 



APPENDIX. l::., 



CITIZENS READING CLUB OF SALEM. 

Open every Sunday and every evening prom 7 to 10 p in. 
C W Vogler, Prest ; J H Shultz, Sec'y ; W T Shore, Treas ; 
Reuben Chitty, Custodian 

SALEM FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

DTCrouse Chief; N T Shore, 1st Lieut; John Shott, 
2nd Lieut; John PI Shultz, Sec'y and Treas; Thomas Kerns, 

Engineer 

MILITARY. 

Winston Light Infantry— J T Vann, Captain ; R T Sted- 
man, 1st Lieut; Edward Wilson, 2d Lieut; John T Brown, 
3rd Lieut 

GREENSBORO. 

I. O. G. T. 

Greensboro Lodge, No. 7, I O G T, m^ets every Monday 
night at Bogart's Hall, West Market street. W S Ball, W 
C T; Mrs J W Cook, W R H S; Miss Lavina Swan, W L 
H S; Miss Mary C Adams, W V T; Charlie Clark, W S ; 
J G Fowler, W A S ; H H Cartland, W F S; Miss Eannie 
Adams, WT; W A Hayes, W M; Miss Alice A Wolfe, W 
D M ; Miss Dora Morton, WIG; W S Moore, W G ; Rev 
T Harrison, W C Chaplain ; J H Harris, P W C T 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

President, Geo H Gregory ; Vice Presidents, W F. Alder- 
man, R M Stafford, H M Alford, John A Gilmer ; Secretary, 
David Scott ; Treasurer, Chas D Yates. Meetings, Friday 
night and Sunday afternoon. Rooms over "North State'" 
office, s Elm street. 

WINSTON. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Meets at their Hall in Winston, up stairs, Joyner build- 



136 APPENDIX. 



ing, every Monday night ; Prayer Meeting every Sunday 3£ 
P M. H N Snow, President; I W Durham, 1st Vice Pres- 
ident ; M W Norfleet, 2nd Vice President ; W B Glenn, 3rd 
Vice President; J B Vaughn, 4th Vice President ; John D 
Paylor, Secretary ; John F Griffith, Treasurer. 



Banks. 



WINSTON. 



First National Bank of Winston — Incorporated 1876 ; 
capital $100,000; surplus $20,000; undivided profits $10,000; 
J A Bitting, President; S H Hodgin, Vice-President; J W 
Alspaugh, Cashier; RT Stedman, Assistant Cashier. Di- 
rectors — J A Bitting, W A Whitaker, J W Alspaugh, N D 
Sullivan, S H Hodgin, Chesley Hamlen, T J Brown 

Wachovia National Bank— Capital $150,000. W F Bow- 
man, President; E Belo, Vice-President; W A Lemly, 
Cashier; Jas A Gray, Assistant Cashier. Directors — W T 
Bowman, E Belo, J W Hunter, J C Roberts, J R Vogler, H 
T Bahnson, Jas A Gray 

GREENSBORO. 

The National Bank of Greensboro— Capital $100,000. 
Jesse H Lindsay, President; Lyndon Swain, Vice-President; 
Julius A Gray, Cashier. Directors — Jesse H Lindsay, Lyn- 
don Swain, J M Odell, Wilson S Hill, C N McAdoo, W J 
Armfield, Jed H Lindsay 

Educational. 

SALEM. 

Salem Female Academy — Founded 1802; Rev J T Zorn, 
Principal, English Language and Literature and Latin; 
Rev L B Wurreschke, Mathematics and Natural Science ; 
Emma A Lehman, History and English Literature ; Maria 
E Vogler, Algebra; Louisa C Shaffner, Drawing and Paint- 
ing; Prof F Agthe, Music Department; eight resident lady 
teachers; sixteen instructors; J T Shaffner, M D, Medical 
Director 



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FASHIONABLE 




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WINSTON, N. C. 
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Line of 

FINE IMPORTED 



VMTMm AND SUITINGS. 
A Long Practical Experience in the 

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In New York and in this State, justifies me in asserting 
that I can give 

•A- PESFIFBCT FIT, 

And I guarantee that all goods made up in my establishment 

Will Give Satisfaction. 



Work Dong on Reasonable Terms. 



-My Establishmenl is next door to 
B. F. CROSLAND'S, UP-STAIRS. 



APPENDIX. 137 



Salem Boys' School — Rev Edward Rondthaler, Principal; 
Rev A Licbenthaler, Teacher; Rev James E Hall and Robt 
Kerner, Assistants 

WINSTON. 

Winston Male Academy — Classical, Mathematical, Scien- 
tific and Commercial; J A Monroe, A M, Principal, with 
competent assistants 

GREENSBORO. 

Greensboro Female College — Founded 1846; average at- 
tendance for twenty years about 140 ; T M Jones, President ; 
W F Alderman, Secretary and Treasurer of Faculty ; C F 
Mendenhall, President of Trustees ; J A Cunningim, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer of Trustees 

Greensboro Graded School (white) — Organized 1875 ; at- 
tendance 180 ; daily average 150 ; supported by county 
school funds and city school tax. Alex Mclver, Principal; 
Samuel C Smith, teacher of grammar school; Miss Sallie 
Brent, teacher of intermediate school ; Miss Lizzie M Lind- 
say, teacher of primary school. Students prepared for college 

Greensboro Graded School (colored) — Organized 1875; 
average attendance 150 ; Chas Moore, Principal ; Mrs J A 
Davis, Assistant 

Bennett Seminary (colored) — Prof T Thayer, Principal ; 
Henry Mebane and Miss Hill, Assistants 

Churches. 

WINSTON. 

Baptist — Rev H A Brown, pastor, n s 2nd 2 e Church* 
Services 10:30, A M and 8PM; Sunday school 9:30, A M ; 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday night. 

M E Church, (South) — s w cor Liberty and 6th, Rev P J 
Carraway, pastor. Services 10:30, A M and 8PM; Sunday 
School 9, A M ; Prayer Meeting Wednesday night. 

M P Church— s w cor Liberty and 7th, Rev R H Wills, 
pastor. Sevices 10:30, A M and 8 PM; Sunday School 2, 
P M ; Prayer Meeting Tuesday night. 

11 



138 APPENDIX. 



St Paul's, Episcopal — s s 4th nr Cherry. Services every 
4th Sunday in each month, 11 A M and 4 P M, conducted 
alternately by the Rev R B Sutton and Rev W S Bynutn. 

COLORED. 

A M E Zion Church — n e cor 3rd and Chestnut, Rev L R 
Ferebee, pastor. Services 11, A M and 3 7 and P M ; Sunday 
School 9AM; Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening. 

M E Church — s e cor Church and 7th, Rev Isaac Wells, 
pastor. Services 11 A M and 8 PM, 2nd and 4th Sundays 
in each month, and every Wednesday night ; Sunday School 

9 AM. 

SALEM. 

Moravian Church — Rev E Rondthaler, pastor. Services 

10 A M and 7:30 P M" Sunday School 1PM; Prayer 
Meeting Wednesday 7 30, P M. 

Elm Street Sunday School — every Sabbath at 1 :30. 

COLORED. 

Moravian Church, Rev James E Hall, pastor. Services 
7:30 P M, every Sunday, and 10 A M 2nd and 4th Sundays 
in each month; Sunday School 1:30 P M; Prayer Meeting 
Wednesday evening. 

GREENSBORO. 

Baptist Church — Rev T Harrison, pastor. Services 11 A 
M and 7 PM; Sunday School 9 AM; Prayer Meeting, 
Tuesday evening 

Catholic Church — Rev P Moore, pastor. Services 1st and 
4th Sunday in each month. 

M E Church (South)— Rev D R Bruton, pastor. Services 

11 A M and 7:30 P M; Sunday School 9 AM; Prayer 
Meeting Wednesday evening. 



APPENDIX. 



139 



Presbyterian Church— Rev. J H Smith, D D, pastor. 
Services 11 A M and 7:30 P M; Sunday School 3:30 P M; 
Prayer Meeting and Lecture every Wednesday night. 

St Barnabas, Episcopal— Rev R B Sutton, D D, rector, Rev 
W S Bynum, asst. Services 11 A M and 7:30 P M ; Sunday 
School 3PM; Prayers Wednesdays and Tuesdays, and all 
Saints' days, at 9 A M. 




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SALEM, N. C. 



W. T. Carter. 



B. A. Rives. 



J. H. Hargrave, Jr. 



Carter, Rives & Co., 

DEALERS IN 

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SHOES, DRUGS, HARDWARE, TINWARE, 
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I am better prepared for making Wagons than ever before, having 
a much larger and better stock of air-seasoned lumber, and the best 
"Wagon Mechanics to be procured. I employ n.a more apprentices, and 
will endeavor to make my work my best advertisement, and guarantee 
satisfaction. All who use wagons must not forget first-class work 
costs and is worth more than cheap work. All work done by me, 
(being a practical workman, and working at the bench myself,) I can 
warrant to be well made. 

W. E. SFACH, Waughtown, Forsyth Co., N. C. 



GAZETTEER 



OF 



Forsyth and Guilford Counties, I. C. 



An Alphabetical List of the Villages and Post Offices in the two 

Counties, Giving the Names of the Business Men in Each, 

and the Principal Farmers in the Counties. 



Belew's Creek Mills. 

Brown B S, tobacco rnnfr 
Landus J, farmer 
Linville E B, shoemaker 
Medearis W M, farmer 
Murray J, miller 
Neal C W L, farmer 
Robeson J A, postmaster 
Sharp C, farmer 
Thomas N, farmer 

Bethania. 

Davis S D, physician 
Grubs S S, blacksmith 
Grubs W, blacksmith 
Hauser R A, physician 
Jones B, physician 
Kapp E T, miller 
Lash F H, merchant 
Lash T B, saw mill 
Lawrence J, farmer 
Lehman J, tobacco mnfr 
Lehman J & Co, merchants 
Lehman W E, farmer 
Moser T, grocer 



Reich R D, blacksmith 
Schaub E, silversmith 
Speace JD,US Reg distillery 
Sprinkle B, farmer 
Sprinkle & Co, steam saw mill 
Stauber S P, farmer 
Stoltz P A, coppersmith 
Strumpe L J, painter 
Transon & Bros, wagon mkrs 
Transon & Stoltz, wgn mnfrs 
Waeff J A, farmer 

Five Forks, Stokes Co. 

(Names of persons in Forsyth.) 

Anderson II G, farmer 
Campbell A, farmer 
Flyn H, merchant 
Grubbs L E, miller 
Hauser I, mechanic 
Helsabeck E J, farmer 
Helsabeck H S, farmer 
Helsabeck S H, minister 
Kison J M, farmer 
Kruger I N, farmer 
Lloyd W, farmer 



142 



GAZETTEER. 



Newsom A T, farmer 
Newsom J G, farmer 
Petree E, mechanic 
Schaub W S, farmer 
Shamell G N, farmer 
Speace J H, farmer 
Spainhower C A, farmer 
Vest C, farmer 
Vest L M, farmer 

Flat Branch. 

Armfield J F, school teacher 
Cox P A, dentist 
Cox R L, farmer 
Cox W H, postmaster 
Crews J, grocer 
Day J, farmer 
Grubbs Henry, farmer 
Grubbs J E, farmer 
Marshall L, farmer 
Marshall T, farmer 
Reich S, farmer 
Thomasson H W, farmer 
Waggoner L P, farmer 
Walker D G, farmer 
Walker R, farmer 
Walker Wm, farmer 
Woods A, farmer 

Friedburg. 

Anderson T, mnfr wagons 
Berrier D, farmer 
Burk G, farmer 
Burk J, farmer 
Crouch J, farmer 
Foltz A, mnfr grain cradles 
Foltz E, mnfr grain cradles 
Foltz F, mnfr wagons 
Feshel J T, blacksmith 
Foltz T, blacksmith 
Hege J A, farmer 
Kanaufe J, blacksmith 



Lembach J B, minister 
Mendenhall L B, farmer 
Miller F J, lawyer 
Miller J H, foundry 
Miller F A, physician 
Mock J, farmer 
Mullican E W,U S gauger 
Padget C A, carpenter 
Pickle C, farmer 
Pickle J, farmer 
Raper W D, farmer 
Reich W, farmer 
Spaugh C, farmer 
Spaugh D A, merchant 
Spaugh E J, agt D A Spaugh 
Spaugh T T, farmer 
Weesner E M, farmer 
Weesner J, carpenter 
Welfare E A, farmer 
Woosley L A, farmer 
Zeverly J H, farmer 

Kernersville. 

Adkins E B, farmer 
Ballard P, brickmason 
Beard J W, farmer 
Beard & Roberts, genl mer- 
chandise and tobacconists 
Benbow & McKinney, mnfrs 

tobacco 
Blaylock R A, farmer 
Bodenheimer L I, minister 
Brookbank H T, farmer 
Bowman G W, farmer 
Carter Wm, shoemaker 
Clinard Wm, farmer 
Crews John, farmer 
Crews J I, farmer 
Crew W W, farmer 
Davis H, harness maker 
Dean M C, farmer 
Dwiggins Ashley, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 143 



Dwiggins D, farmer Perry V W, farmer 

Edwards H C, farmer Plunkett J F, cabinet mkr 

Fentress R E, plasterer Ray J S, princ'l normal school 

Fulton R D, carpenter Rights C L, minister 

Gentry John W, saw mill Robertson Albert, farmer 
Glascock John B, farmer Sapp B J, physician and propr 
Griffith W A & Son, carriage Sapp's Hotel 

mnfrs Sapp N W, genl merchandise, 

Guyer & Co, genl merchandise also hotel 
Harmon J S, millwright Shields David, farmer 
Hasten John, farmer Stafford Andy, farmer 

Hasten M M, farmer Stafford Henry, farmer 

Hendrix B Y, carpenter Stafford Levi, farmer 

Hester L B, shoemaker Stafford & Son, genl mdse 

Hitchcock John, farmer Starbuck Elihu, farmer 

Huff E K, painter Starbuck Lewis, farmer 

Hunt M J, pastor MECh Starbuck Reuben, farmer 
Kerner C, physician Starbuck T C, farmer 

Kerner E, physician Stewart G W, cabinet maker 

Kernel I, genl merchandise; Stockton W D, genl mdse 

also propr Kerner's Hotel Totten J H, minister and fmr 
Kerner J G, painter Trawick S R, Principal Ker- 

Kerner J J, carpenter nersville High School 

Kerner N M, farmer Vance Martin, farmer 

Kerner R B, mnfr tobacco Watson J W, farmer 
Kerner Richard P, R R andWilson G W, farmer 

express agt and telegraph Louisville. 

operator 
Kerner W G, magistrate andBrinkley B, farmer 

carpenter Boyles T L, saw mill 

King J L, mnfr plug and twistConrad A, dentist 

tobacco, genl merchandise ; Conrad A E, miller and farmer 

also postmaster Conrad Mrs L J, farmer 

Lash Wiley (c), shoemaker Craft & Whitman, saw mill 
Leak W H, mnfr tobacco andHarper & Craft, millers 

distiller Hege Alex, farmer 

Lewis A, mnfr buggies, etc Jnscore W H, farmer 
Lindsay A D, physician andLaugenour L C, farmer 

druggist Luper L C, farmer 

Linville W M, farmer Mock G, farmer 

Matthews L M, farmer Nissen W, agt, saw mill 



144 



GAZETTEER. 



Sink A J, farmer Flemons C, farmer 

Smith Mrs A, farmer Flynn H, farmer 

Springs L W,commercial trav-Hawser I, mechanic 

eler Hawser S, farmer 

Stumpson A D, farmer Hawser W, farmer 

Wright E H, genl store andHendrix D, farmer 



postmaster 

Mount Tabor. 

Alspaugh J, minister 
Beck V I, shoemaker 
Berath J, farmer 
Boose J A, farmer 
Boose T, postmaster 
Conrad A S, farmer 
Conrad I, farmer 
Conrad J, cabinet maker 
Conrad T, farmer 
Crim J, farmer 
Dull E C, farmer 
Endsley D, farmer 
Lienbach I, farmer 
Lienbach J I, farmer 
Livengood A, farmer 
Livengood J, farmer 
Norman J P, farmer 
Pfaff F N, farmer 
Pfaff F W, farmer 
Pfaff J E, farmer 
Pfaff N, farmer 
Pfaff P, farmer 
Pfaff A E, farmer 
Petree A, farmer 
Petree I, farmer 
Petree J A, farmer 
Pratt J S, farmer 
Shamell J, farmer 
Snipes A C, farmer 
Thomas E, farmer 

Old Richmond. 

Briggs Ed, farmer 



Coley J, miller and postmaster J P 



Hendrix J, farmer 
Hendrix R, farmer 
Ingram T J, farmer 
Logins J, farmer 
Long H, farmer 
Long J, farmer 
Long John, farmer 
Moser W, farmer 
Payne R, farmer 
Payne W, farmer 
Pittard J, farmer 
Randleman J, farmer 
Reed A, farmer 
Reed H L, farmer 
Riger A B, farmer 
Riger S. farmer 
Scales J, farmer 
Scott H, farmer 
Shamell G, farmer 
Shamell J, farmer 
Shamell W, farmer 
Spece J, farmer 
Spees J, farmer 
Sprinkle J B, farmer 
Stone T, farmer 
Vogler W, farmer 
Walls J, farmer 

Old Town. 

Banks C, farmer 

Barnes S M, planter 

Beck W, planter 

Clatou W, farmer 

Claton W F, farmer 

Fulk A, blacksmith 

Hauser C H, wheelwright and 



GAZETTEER. 



145 



Hening E T, farmer 
Hine F T, merchant 
Hine J J, farmer 
Hine T T, farmer 
Hutchins J V, farmer 
James F, farmer 
Kiser J, farmer 
Krause E T, farmer 
Lawrence J, farmer 
Lawrence W, farmer 
Lock W J, wagon mnfr 
Maracomb A, shoemaker 
McGee S M, farmer 
Null H N, farmer and P M 
Peace W J, farmer 
Pratt F M, farmer 
Richmond T M, planter 
Shore J, farmer 
Snipe A, farmer 
Smith D E, minister 
Walker R, carpenter 

Salem Chapel. 

Caffey M D, tobacco trader 
Crawford J K, farmer 
Crew G H, U S storekeeper 
Crews R S, dept sheriff 
Crews R & Sons, tob mnfrs 
Dalton T P, farmer 
Fare J F, tob mnfr 
Fi»Uon F, dealer in leaf tob 
Haizlip £T, carpenter 
Haizlip W H, brickmason 
Marshall H, farmer and J P 
Marshall J M, postmaster 



Reed H, farmer 
Reed W, farmer 
Samuel H, farmer 
Strader J A, merchant 
Waddill J D, book agent 
West C H, farmer 
White R S, farmer 
Zimmerman S, distiller 

Sedge's Garden. 

Beck F, farmer 
Claton M, farmer 
Clayton W, farmer 
Cox R L, farmer 
Crews C E, farmer 
Crews J, farmer 
Davis CT, blacksmith 
Davis F, blacksmith 
Davis J, farmer 
Fulk W, farmer 
Grubbs H H, farmer 

Grubbs J E, farmer 

Grubbs R W, farmer 

Grubbs T W, farmer 

Grubbs W, farmer 

Hampton T P, minister 

James P, farmer 

Marshall T, farmer 

Marshall T N, school-teacher 

Marshall W, farmer 

Morris T M, farmer 

Ogburn N, farmer 

Stultz J, farmer 

Stultz T, minister 

Styres J, farmer 

Sullivan N F, blacksmith 



Marshall J W, grist mill 
Marshall S L & W N, farmers Waggoner J, postmaster 
Marshall T M, farmer and J PWalker D G Jr, carpenter 
Matthews L, saw mill Walker J L, farmer 

Newson T T, teacher Walker T C, carpenter 

Reed E, farmer Zimmerman J C, farmer 



146 



GAZETTEER. 



Tobaccoville. 

Hauser R A, physician 
Kreeger J H, farmer 
Kreeger J W, farmer 
Long H H, farmer 
Moser H T, farmer 
Orrender C R, tobacconist and 

postmaster 
Orrender C R &Co, merchants 
Reed J, farmer 
Spain hour J, farmer 
Vest J B, merchant 

Vienna. 

Apperson J, farmer 
Conrad E, miller and farmer 
Conrad J P, farmer 
Davis S D, physician 
Doub C, lime kiln 
Doub EMC, farmer 
Doub J, farmer 
Doub J N S, farmer 
Doub L, carpenter 
Doub S W, farmer 
Franklin J L, farmer 
Hauser J, nurseryman 
Hauser Saml, teacher 
Hauser W, ferryman 
Goslin W H Sr, farmer 
Goslin W H, farmer 
Greeder A L, postmaster 
Kapp J H & Co, merchants 
Kirk man R G, cooper 
Lehman D S, blacksmith 
Lemback J, farmer 
Mock J, blacksmith 
Mock J C, minister 
Mock P Sr, blacksmith 
Robbins J P, farmer 
Spease H, farmer 
Spease J, farmer 



Sprinkle W, farmer 
Yates T, ferryman 

Walkerstown. 

Andrews J T, mechanic 
Barker E, wood workman 
Cemmons S S, blacksmith 
Darnell T H, dealer in fruit 
Dicks W P, physician 
Frazier B, farmer 
Frazier S, farmer 
Frazier W W, farmer 
Grubbs E, farmer 
Grubbs G, farmer 
Grubbs J F, merchant 
Grubbs T H, farmer 
Hester H A, merchant 
Jones J W, county surveyor 
Jones M, farmer 
Jones W F, farmer 
Lewis J T, farmer 
Linville D S, farmer 
Linville E W, postmaster 
Linville J, farmer 
Marshall S T, farmer 
Martin M, farmer 
Martin W, farmer 
Mecum J C, farmer 
Mecum J H, blacksmith 
Moir J, farmer 
Morris I, chair-maker 
Morris J H, physician 
Morris J L, chair-maker 
Morris M M, farmer 
Parish R, farmer 
Smith J T, shoemaker 
Stewart A J, farmer 
Sullivan N D, tobacco mnfr 
Swain W H, farmer 
Vanhoy A, farmer 
Van hoy J, wood workman 



GAZETTEER. 



147 



Vanhoy R, farmer Hufferman G, miller 

Waggoner' R, fmr and miller King & Hanner, merchants 
Wilson NS.with N DSullivanJohnson A, miller 

May L, farmer 



White Road. 

Crutchfield L S, farmer 
Fulp J A, merchant 
Fulp W W, postmaster 
Fulton H C, minister 
Fulton L W, farmer 
Hester B R, farmer 
Hester J, farmer 
Hester W H, farmer 
Lewis H A, farmer 
Lewis J M, farmer 
Lewis L G, merchant 
Linville M, farmer 
Linville W S, farmer 
Love J H, farmer 
Lowrey & Fulp, millers 
Martin J T, farmer 
Pegram A G, farmer 
Vance H D, farmer 
Vance J S, farmer 
Vance W M, farmer 
Vass A G, farmer 
Whicker M L, farmer 



Murray J W, J P 
Thompson W M, J P 
Wharton T G, farmer 
Woods J R, dept sheriff 

Brown's Summit. 

Bevill S G, farmer 
Chilcutt J W, J P 
Chilcutt R G, farmer 
Chilcutt R L, farmer 
Cunningham J C, merchant 
Denney R K, M D 
Doggett James, farmer 
Doggett John, farmer 
Traxler G R, farmer 
Traxler J R, farmer 
Gant James, farmer 
Gaut S S, farmer 
Gilchrist C, farmer 
Graves J S, farmer 
Lambeth J J, farmer 
Lewis C A, merchant 
McMichael JW.JP 
Miles J, farmer 
Mitchell J J, postmaster 
Moore T, farmer 
Moore W D, farmer 
Pritchett Wm, farmer 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 
Brick Church. 

Barker E P, minister 
Bowman C A, school teacher Rankin W H, merchant 
Brown B, farmer Reed A H, farmer 

Brown W, farmer Reed G W, farmer 

Clapp D F, merchant Reed J A, farmer 

Clapp J J, farmer and tanner Rudd H, farmer 
Coble W A, physician Smith W D, farmer 

Coley A C, farmer Thacker I, farmer 

Fogleman P, farmer Walker W T, D D 

Foust & Hanner, merchants Weatherly R 0, farmer 



148 



GAZETTEER. 



Worth WMD, farmer 

Centre. 

Anthony G, farmer 
Davis S, farmer 
Davis M, mill owner 
Hodgin J, farmer 
Hodgin Jonathan, farmer 
Hodgin J A, merchant 
Hodgin M, farmer 
Lamb T C, farmer 



Deep River. 

Brown B A, fruit tree agent 
Charles G W, farmer 
Chipman Joel, farmer 
Davis D L, farmer 
Davis J D, merchant 
Davis L F, merchant 
Hedgecock J M, farmer 
Mendenhall A L, farmer 
Mendenhall E E, farmer and 
PM 



Murrow A C, U S storekeeper Mendenhall j M farmer 

Murrow J, farmer 

Osborne O, farmer 

Reynolds J, mechanic 

Stanley J H, farmer 

Trogden R F, mill owner 



Colfax. 

Bohanan B, merchant 
Bowman G W, farmer 
Clark J, farmer 
Cude M L, farmer 
Davis J A, J P 
Davis R Y, postmaster 
Linville D C, minister 
Morgan E, merchant 
Pegg P, tobacconist 
Pegg W, farmer 
Rood R C, farmer 
Sichrist S, brickmason 
Starbuck L, minister 
Starbuck T C, farmer 
Taylor G W, merchant 

Company Mills. 

Andrews A, farmer 
Brown A J, farmer 
Clapp L, farmer 
Loman A, farmer 
Wyrick J, farmer 



Mendenhall S H, farmer 
Welbon J R, farmer 
Wheeler C J, farmer 
Wheeler W, soapstone dealer 

Freeman's Mills. 

Anthy J, farmer 
Bryant R C, farmer 
Coffin A, farmer 
Frazer D L, farmer 
Frazer H, farmer 
Frazer W, farmer 
Freeman J W, farmer 
Hirshman J N, miller 
Johnson C, farmer 
Leonard J, farmer 
Love D, farmer 
Marsh T B, farmer 
Marsh Thos, farmer 
Marsh T A, farmer 
Mathews A, farmer 
Nesthan J, farmer 
Newman J A, farmer 
Osborn C, farmer 
Osborn D Jr, farmer 
Osborn D Sr, farmer 
Osborn E L, school teacher 
Osborn R, farmer 
Saferight C, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 



149 



Saferight J, farmer 
Swigget G W, farmer 
Walton L, farmer 
Wiley B F, farmer 
Yates J, farmer 
Yates L, farmer 
Yates S, farmer 

Friendship. 

Bradshaw A M, farmer 
Blaylock J N, farmer 
Blalock J M, farmer 
Carter C N, farmer 
Cooper G, farmer 
Cook & Wood, merchants 
Cude M L, farmer 
Duddley T T, farmer 
Ector J G, physician 
Idol B M, farmer 
Kirkraan A G, farmer 
Lindsay A H, farmer 
Macy T, farmer 
Pegg P, farmer 
Shaw A Y, farmer 
Wakefield H, farmer 

Gibsonville. 

Allen J, mechanic 
Balsey W G, farmer 
Cook M N, mechanic 
Cummings J, farmer 
Cummings J T F, minister 
Kernodle L L, farmer 
Kimball W, minister 
Liviney & Bro, merchants 
Pay lor J M, postmaster 
Raney J N, farmer 
Shepherd P L, distiller 
Smith E L, farmer 
Summers A, farmer 
Summers J B, farmer 
Summers L, farmer 



Sutton J M, merchant 
Thomas R, farmer 
Wagoner S, farmer 
Whitsitt A T, merchant 
Whitsitt J B, mechanic 
Williams N A, farmer 
Wright W N, farmer 

Gilmer's Store. 

AkinD 
Akin M 
Akin W 
Andrews J 
Brown W 
Burnsides M 
Burnsides R 
Cardin W 
Causey D B 
Causey G 
Causey E J 
Causey J 
Causey K M 
Causey T 
Clapp G W 
Clapp P K 
Coble J 
Coble P 
Donnell N B 
Donnell N S 
Donnell R 
Ervin F 
Ervin W 
Gambel E 
Garrell B 
Garrell D 
Gilmer * 
Gilmer J W 
Hackett J 
Hackett L 
Hanner A J 
Hanner N A 
Harden A 



150 



GAZETTEER. 



Ingold D 
I n gold M 
Ingold W 

Jole E C, postmaster 
Jole J H 
Stewart J S 
Wilson J 
Woodburn R 

High Point. 

Alexander H, merchant 
Anderson Joel, farmer 
Anderson Joshua, farmer 
Bain J A, farmer 
Barbee G W, hotel keeper 
Blair S, farmer 
Bliss E, farmer 
Brown J R, physician 
Bulla J R, lawyer 
Brummell H W, farmer 
Campbell D L, merchant 
Clark D L, artist 
Crawford H, farmer 
Dalton R F, druggist 
Ferabee E C, merchant 
Freeman J L, farmer 
Guyer G, farmer 
Guyer Wesley, farmer 
Harris B Y, physician 
Haskins B, farmer 
Haskins Henry, farmer 
Hayworth J T, farmer 
Hedgecock J G, farmer 
Hefferson B W, R R agent 
Hoi ton A S, farmer 
Holton C, farmer ' 
Horney L B, tanner 
Jarrell N C, merchant 
Jarrell M, merchant 
Jarrell M H, tanner 
Jones Abram, farmer 



Jones W O, dentist 
Jordan B F, sculptor 
Lindsay J A, merchant 
Lindsay R L, merchant 
Martin W A, grocer 
Perry S, hardware merchant 
Pleasant, Ragan & Co, mnts 
Rankin W T, grocer 
Robbins M L, postmaster 
Russell Eli, tanner 
Ryan Alfred, farmer 
Sapp J A, physician 
Smith A B, druggist 
Stewart G, tinner 
Tilden A F, miner 
Waldrop J L, ticket agent 
Wheeler R A, hdw merchant 
White D P, farmer 
Williams Geo, farmer 

Hillsdale. 

Archer Wm, physician 
Barbee G W, farmer 
Bevill J H, farmer 
Bevill & Scott, merchants 
Blackburn R, farmer 
Bolding W L, farmer 
Brown H C, farmer 
Brown J B, farmer 
Brown J H, mechanic 
Busic A J, farmer 
Donnell W A, farmer 
Gordon W, farmer 
Highfill J F, farmer 
Hilton J M, farmer 
Hobbs M V, farmer 
Lambeth L A, farmer 
Lee W H, farmer 
Lewis W, mechanic 
Loydd J, farmer 
McAdoo P, farmer 



GAZETTEER. 



151 



McNary J D \V, farmer 
McNeely T, farmer 
McMichael J B, farmer 
McMichael 0, farmer 
Moore W, farmer 
Moore W P, farmer 
Pearson John, farmer 
Pearson W R, farmer 
Terry W A, farmer 
Walker A, farmer 
Wall P, merchant 
Wallson E A, minister 
Winchester J W, physician 
Winchester L C, farmer 
Wright W F, physician 

Jamestown. 

Armfield D A, physician 

Armfield J, farmer 

Armfield J L, farmer 

Armfield J S, farmer 

Armfield N, farmer 

Armfield S B, farmer 

Armfield W J, capitalist 

Benbow P, Merchant Mill 

Bundy H, farmer 

Burney S D, farmer 

Burton J C, carpenter 

Causey W F, wagon mnf 

Cook T H Sr, Supt OakdaleWilliams J R, physician 

Cotton Mills T ., «, 

Cook W T, physician Liberty Store. 

Gardner Jesse, farmer • Apple M, postmaster 

Gardner J, farmer Apple P, farmer 
Gray J A, Justice of the PeaceBoon J P, farmer 

Gray A, minister Flack A, farmer 

Hale S, farmer Flack E, farmer 

Hampton S H, nurseryman Geringer S L distiller 
Hodson P H, farmer 
Holton A S, farmer 
Holton C M, farmer 



Holton J F, Oakdale Mer- 
chants' Mills 
Holton Q, minister 
Idol W H, Eureka Merchants' 

Mills 
Jones Levi, distiller 
Johnston J H, merchant 
Lamb A & Son, gun mnfrs 
Lamb H C, dep sheriff 
Lee J I, blacksmith 
Lamb U, farmer 
Mendenhall Miss M T, farmer 
Mendenhall Mrs D E, farmer 
Oakdale Mnfg Co, cotton fcty 
Potter H, R R agent 
Ragan Rev T, merchant 
Ragsdale J S, postmaster 
Ragsdale J S & Bro, nursery 
Reece L S, farmer 
Reed W H & Co, spoke factory 
Richardson J, buggy mnfr 
Sapp W G & Co, merchants 
Tate E & Son, plow mnfrs 
Thornton E S, farmer 

Wallace , mining business 

Ward L H, gun mnfr 
Wharton J M & Co, mchts 
Wiley W M, farmer 
Willis Mrs, farmer 



Gilliam G W, farmer 
Greener & Bro, millers 



152 



GAZETTEER. 



Summers Mrs M L, mill 

owner 
Thomas J, farmer 
Wyrick G, farmer, 
Wyrick M, farmer 

McLeansville. 

Andrew J, carpenter 
Cannon J, farmer 
Clapp A, farmer 
Cobb H, farmer 
Cobb Henry 
Cobb J, farmer 
Denny A C, farmer 
Denny J M, carpenter 
Dick F, farmer 
Dick H C, farmer 
Donnell T B, miller 
Farbis J W, distiller 
Farbis F, mechanic 
Faust J C, merchant 
Gerringer J S, distiller 
Gilmer A L, merchant 
Gilmer J H, farmer 
Gilmer J R, dep sheriff 
Holt T, farmer 
McDaniel A T, physician 
McLean J, farmer 
McLean J A, physician 
Paisley J W, farmer 
Pryer A, tailor 
Rankin C, farmer 
Rankin J H, farmer 
Rankin R C, miller 
Rankin T, farmer 
Stay W R, shoemaker 
Stratford A L, tanner 
Stratford H B, tanner 
Tickle C A, farmer 
Wharton G W, farmer 
Wharton W B, farmer 
Wilson Eli, farmer 



Wilson R, builder 
Wilson W D, farmer 
Wilson W R, farmer 

Monticello. 

Apple J M, farmer 
Dimond W, farmer 
Flank A, farmer 
Huffins J, farmer 
Maxwell A, farmer 
Maxwell W, farmer 
Rudd H, farmer 
Rudd J H, farmer 
Starrett J, farmer 
Webb T M, farmer 

New Garden. 

Baer A P, machinist 
Ballenger J F, farmer 
Ballenger M S, farmer 
Brown J W, farmer 
Bowman R, farmer 
Cartland J E, miller 
Cobb M H, wheelwright 
Cook J W, farmer 
Cox J E, mnfr, farmer & P M 
Cox J J, physician 
Cox J S, supt N G boys' school 
Cummins W E, farmer 
Cummins W M, farmer 
Dundass J, farmer 
Edwards B Y, mechanic 
Fitzmaurice J R, farmer 
Hobbs L L, school teacher 
Hobbs W, farmer 
Hodgin J N, farmer 
Kirk man J W, farmer 
Kitchen A E, minister 
Knight A, farmer 
Knight N M, farmer 
McCain J, farmer 
McCain W, farmer 



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(ESTABLISHED 1832.) 



REV. C. T. BAILEY, EDITOR. 

REV. T. H. PRITCHARD, D. D„ ASSOCIATE EDITOR. 



The Biblical Recorder, as the Organ of the Baptists of North Carolina, has for the last 
forty-three years ably and faithfully " contended for the faith once delivered to the saints " 
and accomplished a great work for us as a people. Under God it has been one of the most 
powerful instrumentalities in defending His truth and advancing the spiritual and tempo- 
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GAZETTEER. 



153 



McCracken J, merchant 
Pasehel E, farmer 
Peele A, minister 
Rayl H, miller 
Smith S W H, merchant 
Smith W E, farmer 
Taylor S, merchant 
Van Lindley J, nnrserym 
Wiatt J, farmer 

Oak Ridge. 

Bank T B, farmer 
Beeson R E. farmer 
Benbow C A, farmer 
Benbow J, farmer 
Benbow W, farmer 
Benbow W J, farmer 
Blaylock M F, farmer 
Blaylock R A, farmer 
Boiling A J, merchant & 
Bowman J, farmer 
Brittian J, farmer 
Browning J, farmer 
Case C, farmer 
Clark J B, farmer 
Cook S A, farmer 
Cunningham J C, farmer 
Donnell \V 0, merchant 
Fuller T, farmer 
Gardner 8, farmer 
Gardner Seth, farmer 
Holt J F, farmer 
Jaritson H, farmer 
King John, merchant 
Lowrey A, farmer 
Lowrey S A, farmer 
Massey J, farmer 
Moore A L, farmer 
Preddy H, farmer 
Starbuck C, farmer 
Starbuck L, farmer 
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Starbuck M, farmer 
Thompson J, farmer 

Pleasant Garden. 

Bass G W, physician 

Betts W H, Prl P G Academy 

Bevill T, mechanic 
an Brothers W, farmer 

Coble W, dentist 

Cynder C, farmer 

Ellington T C, mechanic 

Elliot S D, farmer 

Farington J, shoemaker 

Fentress C, farmer 

Fentress J M, nurseryman 

Fentress T C, farmer 

Fentress W, farmer 

Fentress W C, farmer 

Harden W D, merchant and 
PM JP 

Haskins D A, merchant and 
PM 

Kennett W C, farmer 

King M C, minister 

Kirk man Peter, farmer 

Kirk man W D, farmer 

Marley F, farmer 

McCullock C, farmer 

McCullock F, merchant 

Neeley D G, farmer 

Ross A S, farmer 

Ross W D, farmer 

Scruggs J R, minister 

Siller O C, farmer 

Simpson P, merchant 

Slather G L, shoemaker 

Smith J, farmer 

Taylor T W, farmer 

Tucker J, farmer 

Tucker M C, farmer 

Tucker Wm, farmer 



154 GAZETTEER. 



Wolf II B, merchant Barham Howell, farmer 

Blair F S, Principal Summer- 
Shaw s Mills. fi e id High School and P M 

Bowman G W, minister Bowe H C, farmer 

Clapp J K R, farmer Brittain II U, farmer & teacher 

Clapp J A, farmer Brookbank Thomas, farmer 

Coble A, shoemaker Brown Eli, farmer 

Coble M, farmer Calhoun Win, farmer 

Cosby D M, gunsmith Calhoun Jonathan, fanner 

Cosby W W, farmer Canada Win, farmer 

Dixon R, miller Carter John, shoemaker 

Foust D L, blacksmith Case Thomas, farmer and J P 

Foust E C, farmer Case W H, farmer 

Foust S E, merchant Clark Benj, farmer 

Friddle O, farmer Clark Berry, farmer 

Greeson D, farmer Chapel Geo, farmer 

Greeson D L, farmer Deans D T, minister 

Mebane W M, merchant Evans J G, farmer 

Nees C G, farmer Gamble J G, farmer 

Nees J A, farmer Harris C F, minister 

Phipps G W & Son, millers Harris C R, farmer 

Phipps S W & Co, millers Harris James, farmer 

Shaw C W, farmer Holbroke James, farmer 

Shaw G E, mechanic Hoskins, Jos, merchant 
Shaw W A C, miller and PMHoskins Thomas, farmer 

Shoffner H B, farmer Hoskins Geo O, farmer 

Shoffner P M G, farmer Hoskins W H, farmer 

Shoffner Riley, shoemaker Highfell Jere, farmer 

Starr G A, farmer Highfell Fenner, farmer 

Starr G F, farmer Highfell Bartlett, farmer 

Stewart G W, farmer Highfell John, farmer 

Stewart L M, school teacher Highfell D A, minister 

Thorn M D farmer Johnson Thompson, farmer 

Walker W B, mechanic Johnson Bird, farmer 

Welker G W, minister Lloyd Milton, farmer 

Welker W A, school teacher Lloyd John, farmer 

White D, farmer Lindsay Allen, farmer 

Wilson P, farmer McMichael Archibald, farmer 

Woody ND, miller McMichael J M, farmer 

_ , , McMichael Lee, farmer 

SummerHeld. McMichael Jesse, farmer 

Barker Henry, farmer McMichael Wm, farmer 



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155 



Medearis F M, farmer 

Ogburn J L, farmer and J P 
IVav James.Jfarmer and tradei 
Parish Benj, farmer 
Parish Thomas, farm laborer 
Parish James, farm laborer 
Parish Charles, blacksmith 
Pontain Call iff, buggy mnfr 
Proctor Martin, carpenter 
Robinson E P, farm laborer 
Rhoads J T, farmer and J P 
Stofford David, farmer 
Smith Geo, farmer and merct 
Smith Robt, farm laborer 
Smith Jim, farmer 
Stanley Theodore, farmer 
Stanley Ivinson, farmer 
Stanley Allen, farm lab 
Stanley Cicero, farm lab 
Sutton Henry, farmer 
Strader Ruffin, farmer 
Thomas Robt, farmer 
Thorpe James, farmer 
Vance Win, farmer 
Willsou Archibald, farmer 
Willson Joel, farmer 



Willson Walter, farmer 
Willson C H, constable 
■Willis Hugh, physician 
Wilson W H, minister 
Winfree Wyatt, farmer 
Winfree Stewart, farmer 

Westminster. 

Beard W L, postmaster 
Briggs H C, buggy ironer 
Davis H, farmer 
Davis S, farmer 
Elliott A, farmer 
Gassett G T, mechanic 
Gassett N, farmer 

Hammer , carpenter 

Henley D, farmer 
Horney S G, farmer 
Ledbetter E, sewing mach agt 
Ledbetter H, merchant 
Poe J T, farmer 
Richardson J, buggy mnfr 
Spencer N L, carpenter 
Stack L T, blacksmith 
Stuart E, farmer 
Wheeler D, farmer 



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Having a large circulation makes an excellent 
Advertising Medium. 



LIST OF MERCHANTS 

In Forsyth, Guilford and Adjoining Counties, Alpha- 
betically Arranged. 



Anderson & Co, Bethania, Gant J M, Madison 

Forsyth county Galloway R R, Mt Airy 

Bain T W, Rural Hall Gilm* r,*Moore & Moore, Mt 

Baity W D, Cross Roads Ch, Airy 

Yadkin Gilmer R S, Mt Airy 

Barus & Me.Cann Grubbs Jesse, Salem Chapel 

Beard & Roberts, Kernersville Gvvyn R R & Co, Elkin 
Birch & Jones, Old Richmond, Haleolm & Kirkman, Long- 
Surry town 
Black & Pierce, Madison Halderfield H, Rockford 
Blackwell & Early, Yadkin- Hamlin Jas D, Huntsville 
ville Harding Bros, Huntsville 
Blackwell & James, Yadkin- Harkrader & Co, Dobson 

ville Hart & Co, Clemmonsville 

Boling A J, Oak Ridge Hawks Frield 

Boyles Albot, Dalton's ' Hawks G W, Cold Spring 

Boyles Virgil, Pilot Mountain Hawks J & G W.Piper'sGap 
Boyles V & B, Pilot Mt Hay more Dean, Mt Airy 

Campbell Win, Germanton Hester Henry, Walkertown 
Cooper D M & Co, Dobson Hines A M, Mt Airy 
Cox S F, Dalton Hines Frank, Old Town 

Dalton D N, Dalton Hollyfield W B, Rockford 

Davis Abner, Boonville Howard M C, West Bend 

Davis A H, Smith's Grove, Hunter & Allen, Smith Grove 

Davie Jarvis S H, Farmington 

Davis B F, Tom's Crk, Surry Jarvis Willie, Cross Roads Ch 
Edwards Abe, Dalton Johnson F M & Co, Farming- 

Estes W W, Dan bury ton 

Fair H J, Prestonville, Stokes Jones B F, Panther Branch 
Flynn H, Bethania Joyce J T, Westfield 

Fulk Jno A, White Roads Joyce & Sons, Danbury 
Fulk W W, White Roads King J L, Kernersville 
Fulton J & Co, Sauratown Lackey H C, Colesville 



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Lash W A, Walnut Cove Rawley J P, Mt Airy 
Lehman O J & Co, Bethania Riggs T J, Dobson 
Lindsay A II, Friendship Reinhart D D, Longtown 
MeCann James, Jonesville Reives M C & R E, Siloam 
McCraw F M, Jonesville Robinson & Co, Blum's Creek 

Marion & Daniel, Pilot Mt Smith C C, Peter's Creek 
Martin D A, East Bend Smith Jno L, Westfield 

Martin F H, East Bend Southern W C, Wilson's Store 

Martin J A, Jonesville Sparger J H, Mt Airy 

Martin Th os, West field Strader & Williams, Salem 

Moore & Moore, Mt Airy Chapel 

Moore & Turner, Wilson's Tatum J E & W E, Metal 

Store Ridge 

Morris,Gaither&Co, FranciseoTranson & Co, Pfafftown 
Mover Dr R A, Francisco Vance & Co, Rocky Springs 
Myers James & Son, Mt Nebo Watts W H, Dalton 
Myers & Jones, Mt Nebo Waugh N G & N B & Co, Dob- 

Nash J B & Son, Smith Grove son 
Newsom, Five Forks, Stokes Welch G C, Arrab, Surry 
Nunn A J, Sandy Plains Wilder S T, Walnut Cove 

Orrender C R & Co, BethaniaWilliams I, Richmond Hill 
Pegram & Guyer,Kernersville Williams Jno, Boonville 
Pepper & Sons, Danburv Wilson W J, Pilot Mt 

Poindexter R C, East Bend Wolf Jno, Bethania 
Prather T F, Mt Airy Wright Eugene, Louisville 

Preston J W, Prestonville 



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with an asterisk (*) are Money Order Post offices. 



POST-OFFICE. g, COUNTY. 

Abbottsburg Bladen 

Abbott's Creek Davidson 

Adams' Mills Union 

Advance Davie 

Albemarle (c h.), Stanley 

A I hereon Duplin 

Alexandrians Mecklenburg 

Alfordsville Robeson 

Alamance Guilford 

Allenton Robeson 

Alma Robeson 

Alpine Surry 

Aman's Store Onslow 

Ames' Turnout Union 

Amity Hill Iredell 

Amnion Bladen 

Anderson's Store Caswell 

Angola Pender 

Ansonville Anson 

Antioch Robeson 

Apex Wake 

Apple Grove. Ashe 

Aquone Macon 

Arcadia Davidson 

Archer Lodge Johnston 

Areola Warren 

Arden Buncombe 

Arirvle Cumberland 

Armour Columbus 

Aahboro(c. h) Randolph 

♦Asheville (c. h.) Buncombe 

Asbeford McDowell 

Ashland Caswell 

Ashton Pender 

Aspen Grove Rockingham 

Auburn Wake 

Aulander Bertie 

Auman'a Hill Montgomery 

Aurelian Spring's Halifax 

Aurora Beaufort 

Averasboro Harnett 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Avery's Creek Buncombe 

Avoca Bertie 

Ayersville Stokes 

Baird's Creak Pamlico 

*Bakersville (c. h.) Mitchell 

Bald Creek Yancey 

Ballen tine's Mill Wake 

Balsam Grove Transylvania 

Bamboo 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 Roads Sampson 

Beam's Mills Cleaveland 

Bear Creek Chatham 

Bear Poplar Rowan 

Bear Wallow Henderson 

Beasly Hill Johnston 

Beattie's Ford Lincoln 

Beatty's Bridge Bladen 

Beaufort (c. h.) Carteret 

Beaumont Chatham 

Beaver Cherokee 

Beaver Creek Ashe 

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 Iredell 

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 

Bilesville Stanley 

Black Creek a ... Wilson 

Blackmail's Mills Sampson 

Blackmar Rowan 

Black Rivei" Chapel .. ..Sampson 

Black Hock Cleaveland 

Bladenboro Bladen 

Blocker's Cumberland 

Blount's Creek Beaufort 

Blowing Rock Watauga 

Blue Ridge . ..Henderson 

Blue's Crossing Moore 

Blue Wing Granville 

Bogue Columbus 

Boiling Springs Cleaveland 

Boilston Henderson 

Bolton Columbus 

Boman's Bluff Henderson 

Boomer Wilkes 

Boone (c. h.) Watauga 

Boonville Yadkin 

Bostick's Mills Richmond 

Bost'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 Moore 

Brodie Place Warren 

Brogden's Mill Wayne 

Brooklin Robeson 

Brookston W T arren 

Brower'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 Paper Mills Cleaveland 

Bug Hill Columbus 

Bull Heak Greene 

Bunn's Level. Harnett 

Burgaw Depot Fender 

Bui mingtown . . Macon 

Burnsville (c h.) Yancey 

Burnt Chimney Rutherford 

Busbee Buncombe 

Bush Hill Randolph 

Bushy Fork Person 

Butler Rutherford 

Butler's Ford . . Montgomery 

Byarsville Cleaveland 

B3'rdsville Columbus 

Cabbin Creek Montgomery 

Cagle's Mills Randolph 

Cain's Branch McDowell 

Cairo Anson 

Calahan Davie 

Caldwell Institute 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-OFFICES. 



FOST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Camp Creek Burke 

Cana Davie 

Cane Creek Chatham 

Cane River Yancey 

Carson's Creek Transylvania 

Carter's Mills, Moore 

♦Carthage (c. h.) Moore 

Gary Wake 

Gaaher's Valley Jackson 

Castalia Nash 

Cataloochee Haywood 

Catawba Catawba 

Catherine Lake Onslow 

Cedar Cliff Alamance 

Cedar Creek Cumberland 

Cedar Dale Pender 

Cedar Falls Randolph 

Cedar Grove Orange 

Cedar Hill Anson 

Cedar Mountain Transylvania 

Cedar Rock Franklin 

Cedar Hun Alexander 

Cedar Valley Caldwell 

Celo Yancey 

Centre Guilford 

Centre Grove Person 

Cerro Gordo Columbus 

Chalk Level Harnett 

Chandler's Grove.... Montgomery 

•Chapel Hill Orange 

Charleston (c. h.) Swain 

♦Charlotte (c. h.) Mecklenburg 

Cherry field Transylvania 

Cherry Lane Alleghany 

Cherryville Gaston 

Chestnut Hill Ashe 

Chestnut Ridge Yadkin 

Chimney Rock Rutherford 

China Grove Rowan 

Chocowinity Beaufort 

Chronicle Catawba 

Clark's Mills Moore 

Clarkton Bladen 

Clay Foik Cumberland 

Clayton Johnston 

Clear Creek . . Cabarrus 

Cleaveland Mills Cleaveland 

Clemmonsville Davidson 

*Clinton (c. h.) Sampson 

Clover Orchard Alamance 

Cobton Craven 

Coburu's Store Union 

Coddle Creek Cabarrus 

Coinjock Currituck. 



rOST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Colerain Rertie 

Cole's Mills .Randolph 

Cole's Store Randolph 

Colesville Stokes 

Collettsville Caldwell 

Columbia (c. h) Tyrrell 

"Columbus (c. h.) Polk 

Comfort Jones 

Company Mills 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 Haywood 

Covington Richmond 

Cowan's Ford Mecklenburg 

CoxviJle ..Pitt 

Crab Tree Haywood 

Grain's Creek Moore 

Cranberry Forge Mitchell 

Creswell Washington 

Croatan 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 

Cunn : ngham's Store Person 

Curriersville Moore 

Curtis' Mills Alamance 

Cypress Creek Bladen 

Capel's Mill Richmond 

Cloudland Mitchell 

Colfax Guilford 

Columbia Factory Randolph 

Crossville ■ • * • Gates 

Crow-ell'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 Landing Bladen 

Dyer'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 

Dockeiy Wilkes 

Double Shoal Cleaveland 

Douglas Rockingham 

Dover Craven 

Downingville Bladen 

Dowusville Caldwell 

Dry Creek Montgomery 

Dry's Mill Cabarrus 

Duncan's Creek Rutherford 

Duck Creek Onslow 

Dudley Wayne 

Dundarrach Robeson 

Darant'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. n.) 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 

El mwood Iredell 

*Enfleld Halifax 

England's Point Cherokee 

Englehard Hyde 

Enoch ville Rowan 

Erie Mills. Montgomery 

Envinsville Cleaveland 

Eupeptic Springs Iredell 

Euphrouia Moore 

Eureka Alamance 

Fair Bluff Columbus 

Fairfax Swain 

Fairfield Hyde 

Fair Grove Davidson 

Fair Haven Moore 

Fair View Buncombe 

Faison's Depot Duplin 

Falkland Pilt 

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 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. 

Footville Yadkin 

Forbush Yadkin 

Forest villo Wake 

Fork Church Davie 

Forks or Pigeon Haywood 

Forks of Tennessee Swam 

Forney's C reek Swain 

Fork Swamp Beaufort 

Fort Landing Tyrrel 

Fountain Hill Greene 

Foust's Mill Randolph 

Francisco Stokes 

-Franklin (c. h.) Macon 

•Franklinton Franklin 

Frankliuville Randolph 

Freeman's Mills Guilford 

Fremont Wayne 

French Broad Buncombe 

French Creek Church Bladen 

Friedburg Forsythe 

Friendship Guilford 

Fulton Davie 

Gaddysville Robeson 

Gamble's Store Rutherford 

Gap Civil (G. h.) .. .. Alleghany 

Gap C'erek Ashe 

Garden Creek Haywood 

Garrabaldi Gaston 

Garysburg Northampton 

Gastonia Gaston 

Gatesville (c. h.) .Gates 

Gatlington Gates 

Georgetown Jackson 

German ten 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 

Glencoe 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-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Gushen Wilkes 

Graham (c. h.) Alamance 

Grange Transylvania 

Granite Hill Iredell 

Grantsboro Pamlico 

Grantville Buncombe 

Grantham's Store Wayne 

Grape Creek Cherokee 

Grassy Knob Rutherford 

Grassy Creek Mitchell 

Gravel Hill .Bladen 

Gray Eagle Buncombe 

Cray's Chapel Randolph 

Gray's Creek Cumberland 

Greenlee's McDowell 

Green Hill Rutherford 

Green Level Wake 

Green Mountain Yancey 

Green River Henderson 

Green Rock Caldwell 

*Greensboro [c. h.j Guilford 

Green's Grove Rutherford 

Greenville [c. h.] Pitt 

Greenwood Moore 

Grisssom Granville 

Grist's Station Columbus 

Grove Chatham 

Gulf Chatham 

Gulley'sMill 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 

Hamburgh Jackson 

Hamilton Martin 

Hamlet Richmond 

Hamptonville Yadkin 

llannersville Davidson 

Hanrahan Pitt 

Happy Home Burke 

Hare's Store Johnston 

Ilarlowe Carteret 

Harper's Johnston 

Harper's Cross Roads Chatham 

Harrel'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 

Hartsborn 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 

Heatbsville Halifax 

Hebron Mecklenburg 

Heilig s Mill . . .Rowan 

Helton .. Aslie 

*Henderson Granville 

Hendersonville [c. h J. ..Henderson 

Henry's McDowell 

Herringsville Sampson 

♦Hertford [c. h.] Perquimans 

Hester's Store Person 

*Hickory Catawba 

Hickory Grove Wake 

Hicksville.. Rutherford 

Higblands Macon 

Hightowers Caswell 

*High Point Guilford 

High Shoals Gaston 

Hilliadston Nash 

*Hillsboro [c. h.] Orange 

Hillsdale Guilford 

Hill's Store Randolph 

Hoffman Richmond 

Hogback Valley Transylvania 

Holland's Wake 

Holly Bush Cleaveland 

Holly Grove Moore 

Holly Springs Wake 

Holly's Wharf Chowan 

Hollywood. Carteret 

Hollow Poplar Mitchell 

Holman's Davie 

Hominy Creek Buncombe 

Hookerton Greene 

Hoover Hill Randolph 

Hope Mills Cumberland 



FOST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Horse Cove Macon 

Horse Shoe Henderson 

Hothouse Cherokee 

Howellsville Robeson 

Hudson ville Caldwell 

Hall's X Roads Lincoln 

Hunsueker's Store. . . .Montgomery 

Huntersville 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 Haywood 

Iron Hill.. Columbus 

Iron Station Lincoln 

Island Ford Rutherford 

Ivy Madison 

Ivy Gap Yancey 

Jackson fc. 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 

Jarvisbnrg 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-OFFICE. COUN ty. 

Keenersville .Mitchell 

Kelvin Grove Wake 

Kemp's Mill Randolph 

*Kenansville [c h.] Duplin 

Kendall Anson 

Kernersville Forsyth 

Keys Buncombe 

Keyser Moore 

Killian's Mills Lincoln 

Kimbolton Chat li am 

King's Greek Caldwell 

•King's Mountain Cleaveland 

Kinnekeet Dare 

"Kinston [e. h ] ..Lenoir 

Kirk's Mills Stanley 

"Kittrell Granville 

Kitty Hawk. . .. Currituck 

Knap of Heeds Granville 

Knob Greek Cleaveland 

Knott's Island Currituck 

Knott's Store Anson 

Kyle's Landing Cumberland 

La Grange Lenoir 

Lake Comfort Hyde 

Lake Landing Hyde 

Lanesboro Anson 

Lane's Creek Union 

Lassiter's Mills *. . Randolph 

Latham's Beaufort 

Laurel Franklin 

Laurinburg Richmond 

Laurel Branch Alleghany 

Laurel Hill Richmond 

Laurel Springs Ashe 

Lawsonville Rockingham 

Leacbburg Johnston 

Leaksville Rockingham 

Leasburg Caswell 

Lebanon Columbus 

Ledger Mitchell 

Lee Madison 

LeechviHe Beaufort 

Lee's Mills Washington 

Lee's Store Halifax 

Leesville Robeson 

Leicester Buncombe 

-Lenoir [c h.] Caldwell 

Lenox Castle Rockingham 

Leo Stanly 

Level Cross Randolph 

Level Plains Randolph 

Lewis Forks Wilkes 

Lewiston Bertie 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Lewisville Forsyth 

♦Lexington re. h.] Davidson 

Liberty Hill Iredell 

Liberty Store Guilford 

Lick Creek Davidson 

Lick Log Creek Clay 

Lilesville Anson 

Lillington [c. h.] Harnett 

•Lincolnton [c. h.] Lincoln 

Line Hill ..Ashe 

LinvilleCove Mitchel 

Linville Store Burke 

Li n wood Davidson 

Lisbon Sampson 

Little Creek Madison 

Little Pine Creek Madison 

Little River Alexander 

Little River Academy ..Cumberland 

Little's Mills Richmond 

Little Rock Creek Mitchell 

Little Sugar Loaf Bladen 

"Littleton Halifax 

Lockville Chatham 

Locust Hill Caswell 

Locust Level Stanly 

Logan's Store Rutherford 

Long Branch Alamance 

Long Creek Pender 

Long Pine Anson 

Long Ridge Washington 

Long's Cross Roads Person 

Long's Mills Randolph 

Long's Store Union 

Longtown Yadkin 

*Louisburg [c. h.] Franklin 

Lovelace Wilkes 

Lovclady Caldwell 

Love's Level Union 

Lowesville Lincoln 

Low Gap Surry 

Li >y's Shop Alamance 

Lumber Bridge Robeson 

*Lumberton [c. h.] Robeson 

Lynch Madison 

Lynn Madison 

Lynn Polk 

Lyon's Landing Bladen 

McBride's Mill Watauga 

McCrary's Store Alamance 

McLeansville Guilford 

Macedonia Montgomery 

Mackey's Ferry Washington 

♦Macon Depot Warren 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Madison Rockingham 

*Magnolia Duplin 

Makelyville Hyde 

Manchester Cumberland 

Mangum Richmond 

Manly Ashe 

Manly Station Moore 

Mann's Harbor Dare 

Manson Warren 

Manteo [c. h.J. Dare 

Maple Cypress Craven 

Maple Springs Wilkes 

Margarettesville Northampton 

*Marion [c. h.J McDowell 

Marlboro Pitt 

Marley's Mills Randolph 

Marsden Bladen 

*Marshall [c, h.J Madison 

Mars Hill Madison 

Martindale Mecklenburg 

Martin's Mill Montgomery 

Matthews. Mecklenburg 

Mayiield Rockingham 

Maysville Jones 

Meadow Hill Wilkes 

Meadows Stokes 

Mears Bluff Brunswick 

Meat Camp Watauga 

*Mebanesville Alamance 

Meeksville Wilson 

Melrose Robeson 

Mellville Alamance 

Melvin Hill Polk 

Mrchant Mills Gates 

Merrimou Halifax 

Merry Mount Warren 

Merry Oaks Chatham 

Micaville Yancey 

Middleburg Warren 

Middle Cane Watauga 

Middle Swamp .Bladen 

Middleton Hyde 

Midway Davidson 

Mill Biidge Rowan 

Mill Creek Person 

Milleclgeville .Montgomery 

Miller's Creek Wilkes 

Millertown Rowan 

Mill Hill Cabarrus 

Mill River Henderson 

Mills' Spring Polk 

*Milton Caswell 

Mingo Sampson 

Mint Hill Mecklenburg 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Mo.ksville [c. h.] Davie 

Motrin's Mills Randolph 

Moncure Chatham 

*Monroe [c. h.] Union 

Monroeton Rockingham 

Monticello Guilford 

Montpelier Richmond 

Mooresboro Cleaveland 

Moore's Creek Pender 

Moore's Mills , Wake 

Mooresville. Iredell 

Mooshaunee. Moore 

Moravian Falls Wilkes 

Morehead City Carteret 

Morctz Mills Watauga 

Morgan Hill Buncombe 

Morgan's Mills Union 

*Morganton [c h.] Burke 

Morrisville Wake 

Morton's Store Alamance 

Morven .Anson 

Moss Neck Robeson 

Mountain Creek Catawba 

Mountain Island Gaston 

Mountain View Warren 

*Mount Airy Surry 

Mount Bethel Alexander 

Mount Energy Granville 

Mount Gilead Granville 

Mount Mourne Iredell 

Mount Nebo Yadkin 

Mount Olive Wayne 

Mount Pisgah Alexander 

Mount Pleasant Cabarrus 

Mount Prospect Union 

Mount Sterling Haywood 

Mount Tabor. Forsyth 

Mount Tirza Person 

Mount Ulla Rowan 

Mount Vernon Rowan 

Mount Zion Wilkes 

Mouth of Buffalo Ashe 

Moyock Currituck 

Muddy Fork Cleaveland 

Mud Lick Chatham 

Mulberry Wilkes 

Mull Grove Catawba 

Mu nn's Station Moore 

Mini'ieesboro Hertford 

♦Murphy [c. h.J Cherokee 

Mutual Love Mecklenburg 

Myatt's Mills Wake 

Nantahalah Swain 



NORTH CAROLINA POST-OFFICES. 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Narrows . Stanly 

Nashville [c. h Nash 

Nathan's l reek 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 Randolph 

New Sterling Iredell 

New Supply Brunswick 

•Newton [c h ] Catawba 

Newton lirove Sampson 

Nicholson's Alamance 

Nicholson's Mills Iredell 

Xicholsonville Cleaveland 

Norton's Jackson 

North Brook Lincoln 

Noith Cove McDowell 

North Fork Ashe 

Norwood Stanly 

Nottla 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 Hyde 

Old Fort McDowell 

Old Furnace Gaston 

Old Hundred Richmond 

Old Shop Wake 

Old Town Forsythe 

Olin Iredell 

Olive Branch Union 

Olive Hill Person 

Orange Factory Orange 

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POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Oregon Rockingham 

( >re Knob Ashe 

Ore Hill Chatham 

Ormonsville Greene 

Osbornville Wilkes 

Osgood.; Chatham 

Otter Creek Rutherford 

Outlaw's Bridge Duplin 

Owenville .Sampson 

•Oxford [c. h.] Granville 

Oxford's Ford Catawba 

Pacolet Falls Polk 

Pacific Franklin 

Pactolus Pitt 

Paint Rock Madison 

Palmyra Halifax 

Palo Alto Onslow 

Pamlico Pamlico 

Pantego Beaufort 

Panther Creek Yadkin 

Park Hill Burke 

Patterson Caldwell 

Patterson's Bridge Moore 

Patterson's Mill Orange 

Patterson's Store Alamance 

Patton's Home Rutherford 

Paw Creek Mecklenburg 

Paint Fork Madison 

Paint Gap Yancey 

Pates Robeson 

Peach Tree Cherokee 

Petty Shore Hertford 

Peacock's X Roads Johnston 

Peacock's Store Columbus 

Pedlar's Hill Chatham 

Pee Dee Anson 

Pekin Montgomery 

Peletier's Mills Carteret 

Pelham Caswell 

Pensacola Yancey 

Perkinsville Burke 

Persimmon 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 Ran Watanga 

Piueville Mecklenburg 

Piney Creek Alleghany 

Pin Hook Depot Gaston 

Pink Bed Henderson 

Pink Hill Lenoir 

Pinnacle Henderson 

Pioneer Mills Cabarrus 

Pireway Ferry.... Columbus 

Pisgab Randolph 

Pitch Landing Hertford 

*Pittsboro |~c. h ] .Chatham 

Pleasant Garden Guilford 

Pleasant Grove Alamance 

Pleasant Hill Northampton 

Pleasant Home Lincoln 

Pleasant Ridge Gaston 

Pleasansville Rockingham 

Plummerville Robeson 

Plumtree Mitchell 

♦Plymouth [c. h] Washington 

Pocket Moore 

Point Caswell Pender 

Polkton Anson 

Pnllocksvtlle Jones 

Pool Rowan 

Poor's Ford Rutherford 

Poplar Branch Currituck 

Poplar Grove Polk 

Poplar Hill Anson 

Portsmouth Carteret 

Potecasi Northampton 

Powelton Richmond 

Prather's Creek . . . Alleghany 

Prestonville Stokes 

Price's Mill Union 

Price's Store Rockingham 

Pinceton Johnston 

Prospect Hall Bladen 

Prospect Hill Caswell 

Prosperity Moore 

Providence Chatham 

Purlear's Creek Wilkes 

Purley ...Caswell 

Quaker Gay Stokes 

Quallatown Jackson 

Query's Mecklenburg 

•Raleigh (c. h ) Wake 

Ramsay town Yancey 

Ramsayville Madison 

Ranaleburg Mecklenburg 



POST-OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Ransom's Bridge Nash 

Ray wood Union 

I ieady Branch Wilkes 

Red Banks Robeson 

Red Cross Ranoolph 

Redche's River Wilkes 

Red Hill Mitchell 

Red Mouutain Orange 

Red Oak Nash 

Red Plains .. Yadkin 

Red Shoals. Stokes 

Reed Creek Davidson 

*Reidsville Rockingham 

Resaca Duplin 

Reynoldson 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 

Ridgeway Warren 

Riggsbee'a Store Chatham 

Riley's Cross Roads. . . . Franklin 

Ringwood Halifax 

Riverdale Craven 

River Hill Iredell 

River View Mecklenburg 

Rives' Chapel Chatham 

Roaring Gap Wilkes 

Roaring River Wilkes 

Robbinsville (c. h.) Graham 

Robersonville Martin 

Roberson Columbus 

Robin Hill Cumberland 

Roanoke Martin 

Rock Dale Macon 

Rock Creek Alamance 

Rock Cut Iredell 

Rock Fish Duplin 

Rockford Surry 

"Rockingham Richmond 

Rock Level Rockingham 

Rock Spring Orange 

Rockwell Rowan 

Rocky Meadow Davidson 

*Rocky Mount Edgecombe 

Rocky Pass McDowell 

Rocky Point Pender 



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