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Full text of "Greensboro (Guilford County, N.C.) city directory, 1884"

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SMOAK & PRITCHETT, 

Third Street, .in New Gray Block, Sign 
Gold Boot, 

WINSTON. 1ST. C. 

Hava tla.© Beetj'.A.rra.aa.g'ea. axxa. Pinest 

SHOE and.HAT STORE 

In the State. They have sole control in the town of the celebrated 
Zeigler Bros'. Shoes, for men, ladies, misses and children ; Bennett <fe 
Barnard's fine Shoes, for ladies and misses ; Blanchard & Little's, for 
ladies and misses; Frank & Pray's, for ladies and misses; Groves' 
hand-made easy Shoes, for old ladies ; Hutton & Bliss' fine Dress Shoes, 
for men ; Jno. Faust & Son's fine Shoes and Boots, for men ; Winches- 
ter hand-made Boots and Shoes, for men ; Means' $3 Shoes, for men 
and boys (the cheapest shoes in the world); Parker, Holmes <fc Go's 
$2.50 shoes, for men (the best made for the price), and a great many 
other goods too numerous to mention here, from the cheapest to the 
best, at prices to suit the people. They also keep the best stock of 



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CbHATSs 



In the State, and'are agents for Stetson Hats, the best hat made. 
Call on them,, if you want the worth of your money 




SERGEANT MANUFACTURING CO., 

Greensboro, ^T. O. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FARRAB TURBINE WATER WHEEL, 

COOK AND HEATING STOVES, 

Saw Mills, Cane Mills, Horse Powers 

Plows, Straw Cutters, Andirons, / 

And Castings of E\ °ry Description. 
i«~Send for Price-List. \ 



H. H. CARTLAND, 



AND DEALER IN 



CASSIMERES I FURNISHING GOODS. 

AGENT * FOR ♦ "CROWN ♦ SEWING * MACHINE, 

Greenstooro, 2V. O. 



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SOUTHERN 

Loan and Trust Co. 

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GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Depository of the State of North Carolina 
and the County of Guilford. 



Capital Stock, - - $ 25,000 00 § 

Surplus and Profits, - 90,343 96 £ 

Deposits (July 15), - - *97,984 54 t 



Transacts a General Banking Business. Negotiates *| 

Loans on Real Estate and the Sale of Bonds on ♦*♦ 

Manufacturing Plants. Acts as Execu- i* 

tor, Administrator, Trustee, Guard- $ 

♦*♦ 
ian, Assignee, Receiver. A ♦{:♦ 

Legal Depository for £ 

Court and Trust t|* 

Funds. *!♦ 

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OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ? 

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Is especially adapted to the needs of those who do not £ 

wish to take the trouble and responsibility of loaning jt 
& their money. We pay four per cent, interest, com- *. 
$ pounded every three months. Interest begins the first jj> 
♦$♦ day of every month. *< 

X Special attention given to the Business % 

i of Farmers. X 

$ 7 

" - u whartoN President. R. G. VAUGHN, Treasurer. 



J. A. FAY & EG AN CO. 

Owners and Operators 

J. A. FAY (SL CO. The EGAN COMPANY, 

Front, John, Water and Smith Sts. Cent, ire., Front, John and Greenleaf Sts. 




MANUFACTURERS OF IMPROVED AND PATENTED 

WOOD WORKING MACHINERY 



GREENSBORO BRANCH: 
No. 331 South Elm Street, O. C. Wysong, Sales Agent, 

FACTORsY: CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

You Find 'Em Everywhere! 

Ward's \Shoes. 



Rankin Brothers Grocery Company, 

THE UP-TO-DATE 

GROCBRS. 

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DIRECTORY 

OF 

Greensboro, Salem 



and Win^Ionf 



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AUD glULFORiraWRTftS.- 




BY THE 

INTERSTATE DIRECTORY COMPANY, 

32 S. Broad St., Atlanta, Ga., 

Publishers of Directories of Tyler, Tex.; Gainesville, Marietta, Griffin 
Barnesville, Rome, Cartersville, Columbus, Macon, Ga.; Bir-. 
mingham, Ala.; Greenville, S. C; Charlotte, Greensboro, 
Winston and Salem, N. C; Anniston, Ala.; Geor- 
gia Pacific Gazetteer, Richmond and Dan- 
ville Gazetteer ; Montgomery, Ala., 
and others South and West. 



PRICE 



2.50. 



Note. — General Advertisers desiring to reach the trade of the 
South-Atlantic States permanently andcheaply through our 
Directory communication, or wishing books for mail- 
ing purposes, address as above for particulars, 
terms of present and intended publications. 



Atlanta, Georgia: 
H. H. Dickson, Book and Job Printer, 32 S. Broad Street. 

1884. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



W. B. FARRAR, 



JEWELER and ENGRAVER, 

DEALER IN 

SILVER PLATED WARE 



NOVELTIES 

OF E7RY DESCRIPTION IN THIS LINE. 
Under Benbow House, Greensboro, N. C. 



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GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Office in Lindsay Building, up stairs, cor. East Market and 
North Elm Streets. 

Teeth Extracted without Pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide 

I. W. DURHAM] 

MaBufacturer of and Dealer in 

Marble 1 Granite Monuments, 

BE&9ST0XES, STATUARY, TABLETS. TILES, ETC.. 

Contracts taken for every Description of Building Stone and 

Cemetery Work, 

Fourth St., near Public Square, - - WINSTON, N. C. 



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Herewith is presented the City Directory of Greensboro, 
Salem and Winston, and Gazetteer of Forsyth and Guilford 
Counties. Pains have been taken to make it complete in all 
its departments, and while an occasional error, unavoidable 
in works of this class, may appear, we have no hesitancy in 
claiming it superior to all former efforts in this line, and we 
think it will be so appreciated by the general public. 

It is our intention to make the publication permanent, 
every two years, and to add to its usefulness with each volume. 
Respectfully, 



ll .- ■ MM 
October, 1884. 




C. M. Gardner. 
H. H. DicksoN. 

to estimate the total. 


POPULATION. 

Note 3 is used as a multiple by which 


Greensboro— White Names, - 
Colored Names, 


1,111 - 
735 




- - 3,333 
- 2,205—5,538 


Salem — White Names, - - 
Colored Names, - - 


- 714 - 
255 


- 


- - 2,142 
- - 765—2,907 


Winston— White Names, 

Colored Names, - 


1,424 - 
510 


- 


- - 4,272 
- - 1,530—5,807 



Total, Salem and Winston, - 8,714 



3^5056 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Jacob Tise. 



J. H. Masten. 



JACOB fill I CO. 



<Z^>DEALERS IN^Z> 



NOTIONS, 

Hats, Boots, Shoes, 

READY- MADE GIOTIING, 
Groceries, eto. 

THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE 

IN WINSTON AND SALEM. 

WM. T. VOQLER, 

Next Dook to Wachovia National Bank, Main Street, 

WINSTON, N. C, 

—H-KEEPS THE LARGEST STOCK OF'-W— 

dlodk^, Wktdlje^ Jewelfy, 

SILVER M SILVER-PLATED WARE, 

WALKING CANES, GOLD PENS, Etc. 

SPEm(5LES*AND*EYE*GLASSES*0F*EYERY*DES&PJPTI0N. 
Engagement Rings a specialty. Engraving neatly done on an Electro- 
Engraving Machine. REPAIRING of Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry done promptly, and all work Warranted. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Appeddix , 



GREENSBORO. 



Greensboro Institutions and 
General Directory 45 



SALEM AND WINSTON. 

Salem and Winston Institu- 
tions and General Directory.. 45 

Business Directory 157 

Gazetteer Department 193 



GREENSBORO ADVERTISERS. 



Alford & Mlchaux 30 

Armfield G. Will 2d fly 

Bennett Seminary 30 

Boyd R. F. Co lines 

CaJlum Bros. & Co lines 

Callum S Harding 25 

Cartland H. H 1st paster 

Central Protestant The 32 

Daily Workman The 32 

Doub W. C 30 

Farrar \V. B «.. 2 

Olascock G. T 32 

Griffith Dr. J. W.. next introductory 

Hampton J. S. & Co 28 

Houston Levi 31 

Hughes Milton T 28 and 29 

Huntly Dr. J. P 25 

Jones of Binghamton 26 

Kirkpatrick D. N 29 

Lindley J. C. & Bro 32 

Macon Commercial College top 

reading pages 

Magic City Copying Co 25 

Moore's Business University 

top reading pages 

NewcombeE G lines 

Odell Hardware Co 1st fly 

Park Dr. W. T '27 

Patriot Tbe 31 

Rodgers Robt L 23 

Sergeant Manf'g Co 1st paster 

Smith Frank F " 

amithdeal Bus. College 1st cover 

Southern Copying Co.. 27 

Taylor Thomas M 25 

Thornton J. J 27 

Wharton & Wharton 30 

Williams H. J 2d fly 



WINSTON AND SALEM AD- 
VERTISERS. 

Allen E J 1st cover 

Barrow J. S. & Sons 4th fly 

Belo House 63 

Blum E 6 

Blair F. S 64 

Broadaway J. S 62 

Blum Irving 3d fly 

Boozer Geo. A 6 

Butner T. M 64 

Carter W. T. & Co back paster 

Cheap John 62 

Cooper W. J 65 

Dalton Dr. D. N 62 

Davis Mrs. N. S 6 

Durham I. W 2 

Fries F. & H 10 

Gray E. E 66 

Gray & Martin lines 

Giersh & Senseman 67 

Hopkins J. N 3d fly 

Jacobs J back cover 

Kernersville High School 7 

Kerner & Oldham 61 

Kester J. H 63 

King D. H 1st cover 

Macon Commercial College top 

reading pages 

Meinung F. C 66 

Montague Dr 61 

Moore's Business University top 

reading pages 

Nissen C. F & Co 68 

People's Press 65 

Perkins R. B 64 

Piedmont Warehouse 3d fly 

Rempson W. S 64 

Ryttenburg Bros 12 

Salem Academy 4th fly 

Shore N. T. & Co 9 

Smith & Brown lines 

Smoafc & Pritchett 1st paster 

Stewart Geo 8 

Styron & Styron 63 

Tise C. H 7 

Tise Jacob <fe Co 4 

Thompson Dr. V. 61 

Thompson V. O. & Co 67 

Union Republican 67 

Vance J. A 8 

Vogier Wm. T.., 4 

Watkins Dr. C. J 62 

Welfare C. R 9 

Western Sentinel next 68 

White J. A. & Sons 9 

Williamson & Corrie lines 

Winston Leader 66 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



SIGN OF THE BIG COFFEE POT. 

GEO. A. BOOZER, 

DEALER IN 

rrOWIS, TINWARE: 

Hoofing, Guttering, 



SHEET IK,02ST "WORK: 
Salem, 1ST. O. 



DEALER IN 



NOTIONS, 

Fancy Goods § Toys, 

West Side Main St., 1 Door South Central Hotel, 
' WINSTON, N. C. 



Tinware, Crockery, Tin Repairing 

■A.2TX) 

GEOCERIES, 
Liberty St., N. E. Limits, Winston, Forsyth Co., N. C. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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USE'S WISH! IMPROVED TWO-BUCKET WELL HXTBHS 




Patented, Manufactured 
and for sale by 

O. H. TISE, 

WINSTON, N. C. 



Mothers, your children 
can draw the water, and 
you need have no fears of 
their being hurt. 

Persuade the old man to 
get one, and after using 
you will like it so well 
that you will wonder how 
you have done without one 
so long. 

Write for circular con- 
taining testimonials, price, 
,,,.. etc. Parties wishing to re- 
--:-.$ alize large returns from a 
-.'■■* small amount invested in 
State and county rights 
will do well to correspond 
with me at once. 



KERNERSmU* HIGH* SCHOOL, 

KERNERSYILLE, N, C. 

S. C. LINDSAY, A.M., Principal. 



FALL UM o S s e S* 



SPUING TERM ST" " 



January. 



All of the Departments are filled with 



"•^•Accomplislied and Experienced Teachers.-** 



Superior advantages are offered in English, Modern and 
Ancient Languages, Higher Mathematics, Music and Art, as 
well as in a thorough Business Course. 

To parents desirous of educating their sons and daughters 
at a cheap, safe school, and of giving them a practical educa- 
tion, we confidently recommend this school. 

Board and tuition per session, $45 to $65. 

For particulars, apply for Catalogue. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J. A. VANCE, 

Engineer audi Machinist} 

SALEM, N. O. 

Repairing of all Kinds a Specialty. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

VANCE'S New improved SAW MILLS, 

Warranted to be the best yet made in point of dura- 
bility, quality, capacity and cheapness. Put 
up under a special guarantee. 

PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. 

Orders promptly attended to. 

GEOUGE STEWAET, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

T la and Sheet Iron Ware^ 

ROOFING AND GUTTERING, 
TOBACCO FLUES, 

■wiisrsTonsr, - it. o. 

Estimates furnished for everything in these lines. 



A I) VER VISING DE Pa R TMENT. 



C. R WELFARE, 

Always in Front Selling 

BOOTS SHOES 

«ERM. RflEftOHAglPaSE. 

J. A. WHITE & SOW, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Fise Top Bsggiss, Fhatoss, Bnsinsss Wagow, 6te. 

REPAIRING 

Done with Neat- 
ness & dispatcch. 
gW Personal 
attention given to 
all work, and we 
guarantee satis- 
faction. 

Orders Solicited 

LIBERTY ST., 

wissms.e, 

SHORE & CO., 

Dealers iaa. 

GROCERIES, GONFEGTIONERIES, 

Fruits. Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars, 

Canned Goods, Country Produce, etc. 
SALEM, 3ST. G. 




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A D VER TISING DE PA R TMENT. 



£ ARISTA COTTON MILLS. 




STTIM^MaTOOAl 



Interest Laws of all the States. 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

DaKOt- i 

Delaware 

District Columbia. 

h'joridi 

Georgia 

Idaho.' [ 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 



Kansas 

Kentucky 

.Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . 



Michigan 

Minnesoia 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska , 

Nevada 

New Hampshire- 
New Jersey 

Jfitiw Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina... 
Ohio. 



Oregon 

Pennsyl van ia . . . 
Rhode Island.... 
South Carolina. 

Tennessee 

Texas , 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virgiula.... 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Penalty of Usury. 



Loss of interest 

No penalty 

No penalty 

No penalty 

No penalty 

forfeiture ot all interest 

Forleilure of contract 

Forfeiture of c ntract 

Forfeiture or all interest 

No penalty 

forfeiture ot excess 

SbOO fine or imprisonment 6 m'nths, 
or both 

Forfeiture of all interest 

Forfeiture of interest and costs 

Forfeiture of excess 

Forfeiture ot excess over 12 per 
cent 

Forfeiture 01 all interest 

Forfeiture of interest 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of excess 

No penalty— 6 per cent, on judg- 
ments _ 

Forfeiture of exces= 

Forfeiture of excess over 7 per cent 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of all interest 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of all interest and costs 

No penalty 

Forfeit three times interest rec'd... 

Forfeit of all interest 

No penalty 

Forfeiture ot contract 

Forfeiture of interest 

Foifeiture of excess 

Forfeiture principal, interest and 
costs... 

Foileiture of excess 

Forfeiture, unless by contract 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of over 6 per cent and 
$100 fine 

No penalty 

No penalty 

Forfeiture exeess on R. R. bonds... 

Forfeit of contract 

No penalty 

Forteiture oi excess 

Forfeiture of all interest 

No penalty 



No limit 
No limit 
No limit 
No limit 
No limit 
18 per cent 
6 per cent 
1 ■ per cent 
No limit 
12 per cent 

24 per cent 
10 per cent 
10 per cent 
10 per cent 
12 per cent 
10 per cent 

8 per cent 
No limit 

6 per cent 

No limit 
10 pe> cent 
12 per cent 
No limit 
10 per cent 



12 per cent 
No limit 
per cent 

7 per cent 
12 per cent 

per cent 

8 per cent 
8 per cent 

12 per cent 

6 per cent 
No limit 
No limit 

10 per cent 
No limit 
No limit 

7 per cent 
12 per cent 
No limit 

6 per cent 
10 per cent 
N o limit 



12 



AD VERTISING DEPA IITMENT. 



RYTTENBERG BROS. 

TRADE * PALACE, 

Gray Block, Winston, N. C. 

Headquarters for First Class Goods, and the 

Recognized Fashion Emporium of 

Western North Carolina. 

mi Ms! Dress Ms! Dress tails! 

ALWAYS NEWEST EFFECTS § LATEST PATTERNS. 

Strictly first class Dressmaker and Designer to make them up. 
Our Milliner is a thorough artist, and our 

4@&torfe*0f+|ltUUttr?]}9fr> 

Not equalled by any in the State. Full line of 

GENTS' 1 FURNISHING i GOODS, 

Embracing all of the Novelties in this line. 
£@ff" Anything in WOTIOMS that you are in want of. 
We sell the best 

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3frCABPETS<& 



For the money of any retail house south of Baltimore, and 
make and put them down for a mere trifle. 

We are Sole Agents for S. D. Sollers & Co's Philadelphia 



SHOES- 



For ladies, misses and children. Actual use demonstrates the 
fact that they are the best custom-made goods before the public. 

Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' WRAPS and MANTILLAS 
in endless variety. 

$$8^ All orders by mail will receive prompt attention. 

Call upon us when in Winston. 

RYTTENBERG BROS. 

GRAY BLOCK. - - 



-TRASS PALACE, 

- WINSTON, N. C. 



APPENDIX. 



FEDERAL OFFICERS. 

President— Chester A. Arthur. 

Secretary of State— Frederick T. Frelinghuysen. 

Secretary of Treasury — 

Secretary of War — Rob't T. Lincoln. 

Secretary of the Navy — William E. Chandler. 

Postmaster-General — Walter Q. Gresham. 

Secretary of the Interior — Henry M. Teller. 

Attorney General — Benjamin Harris Brewster. 

Commissioner of Agriculture — George B. Loring. 

President National Board of Health — James L. Ca- 
bell, LL.D. 

Public Printer— S. P. Rounds. 

Chief Examiner Civil Service Commission — Charles 
Lyman. 

Bureau of Labor Statistics — John Jarrett. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 

The Smithsonian Institution. 

Presiding Officer, ex-Officio — Chester A. Arthur, 
President of the United States. 

Chancellor — Morrison R. Waite, Chief Justice of 
the United States. 

Secretary, or Director of the Institution — Spencer 
F. Baird. 

The National Museum. 

Director — Spencer F. Baird. 
Assistant Director— G- Brown Goode. 

United States Fish Commission. 

Commissioner — Spencer F. Baird. 
Assistant Commissioner— T. B. Ferguson, 

Bureau of Ethnology. 

Director— J. W. Powell. 
Chief Clerk- James C. Pilling. 



10 DIRECTORY. 



COURTS. 
Supreme Court. 

* Chief Justice — Morrison R. Waite. 

Associates— Samuel F. Miller, Stephen J. Field, 
Joseph P. Bradley, Ward Hunt, John M. Harlan, 
Wm. B. Woods, Stanley Mathews, Horace Gray. 

•Clerk — James H. McKenney. 

Deputy Clerk— Chas B. Beall. 

Marshal — John G. Nicolay. 

Reporter— J. C. Bancroft Davis. 

Circuit Courts of the United States. 

First Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Gray, of Boston, 
Massachusetts. Districts of Maine, New Hampshire, 
.Massachusetts and Rhode Island. 

Circuit Judge— John Lowell, Boston, Mass. 

Second Judicial Circuit— Mr. Justice Blatchford, of 
New York City. Districts of Vermont, Connecticut, 
Northern New York, Southern New York and Eastern 
New York. 

Circuit Judge — William J. Wallace, Syracuse, New 
York. 

Third Judicial Circuit— Mr. Justice Bradley, of 
Newark, New Jersey. Districts of New Jersey, East- 
ern Pennsylvania, Western Pennsylvania, and Dela- 
ware. 

Circuit Judge — William McKennan, Washington, 
Penn. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Mr. Chief-Justice Waite, 
Districts of Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North 
Carolina, and South Carolina. 

Circuit Judge — Hugh L. Bond, Baltimord, Md. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Woods, of At- 
lanta, Georgia, Districts of Georgia, of Florida, of 
Alabama, of Louisiana, of Texas, and the Southern 
.District of Mississippi. 

Circuit Judge — Don A. Pardee, of New Orleans, La. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Matthews, of 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Ditsricts of Northern Ohio, South- 
ern Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, 
Kentucky, Eastern Tennessee, and Western Ten- 
nessee. 

Circuit Judge— John Baxter, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Harlan, of 



DIRECTORY. 11 



■Chicago, Illinois. Districts of Indiana, Northern Ill- 
inois, Southern Illinois, Eastern Wisconsin and 
Western Wisconsin. 

Circuit Judge — Thomas Drummond, Chicago, 111. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit— Mr. Justice Miller, of Ke- 
okuk, Iowa. District of Minnesota, Northern Dis- 
trict of Iowa, Southern District of Iowa, Eastern 
District of Missouri, Western District of Missouri, 
Eastern District of Arkansas, Western District of 
Arkansa3, District of Nebraska, District of Colorado, 
and District of Kansas. 

Circuit Judge— George W. McCrary, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Field, of San 
Francisco, California. Districts of California, Oregon, 
and Nevada. 

Circuit Judge — Lorenzo Sawyer, San Francisco, Cal. 

United States Court of Claims. 

Chief Justice Charles D. Drake. 
Judge Charles C Nott. 
Judge William A. Richardson. 
Judge Glenni W. Scofield. 
Judge Lawrence Weldon. 
Chief Clerk — Archibald Hopkins. 
Assistant Clerk — Jonn Randolph. 
Bailiff- Stark B. Taylor. 

French and American Claims Commission. 

Commissioner on the part of the United States — 
Asa 0. Aldis. 

Commissioner on the part of France — Mr. de Geo- 
froy. 

Third Commissioner, named by Brazil — Baron de 
Arinos. 

Agent and Counsel on the part of the United States 
— George S. Boutwell. 

Agent on the part of France— Mr. Grimaud de 
•Caux. 

Associate Agent and Counsel on the part of the 
United States— W. H. Edwards. 

Counsel on the part of France — Mr. de Chambrun. 

Associate Counsel on the part of France — Alex 
Porter Morse. 

Secretary of the Commission — Washington F. Ped- 
drick. 



12 DIRECTORY. 



The Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims. 

Presiding Judge— Hezekiah G. Wells, of Michigan.. 

Judges — James Harlan, of Iowa. 

Asa French, of Massachusetts. 

Clerk — Daniel W. Fessenden. 

Deputy Clerk — William P. Huxford. 

Reporter— C. Conquest Clarke. 

Counsel for the United States— John A. J. Creswell. 

Assistant Counsel for the United States — Walker 
Blaine. 

Auditor — James G. Goodrich. 

Disbursing Agent and Deputy Clerk — Andrew H. 
Allen. 

Marshal— Thomas Culbertson. 

Salaries of United States Officers, per annum. 

President, Vice President and Cabinet — President,. 
$50,000; Vice-President, $8,000; Cabinet Officers, $8,- 
000 each. 

United States Senators — Senators, $5,000 with 
mileage. 

Congress — Members of Congress, $5,000, with mile- 
age. 

Supreme Court — Chief Justice, $10,500; Associate 
Justices, $10,000. 

Circuit Courts — Justices of Circuit Courts, $6,000. 

Heads of Departments — Supt. of Bureau of Engrav- 
ing, and Printing, $4,500; Public Printer, $4,500; 
Supt. of Census. $5,000; Supt. of Naval Observatory, 
$5,000; Supt. of the Signal Service, $4,000; Director 
of Geological Surveys, $6,000 ; Director of the Mint, 
$4,500; Commissioner of General Land Office, $4,000: 
Commissioner of Pensions, $3,600; Commissioner of 
Agriculture, $3,000; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 
$3,000 ; Commissioner of Education, $3,000; Comman- 
der of Marine Corps, $3,500; Supt. of Coast and Geod- 
etic Survey, $6,000. 

United States Treasury— Treasurer, $6,000; Regis- 
ter of Treasury, $4,000; Commissioner of Customs, 
$4,000. 

Internal Revenue Agencies — Supervising Agents, 
$12 per day; 34 other Agents, per day, $6 to $8. 

Post-Office Department, Washington — Three As- 
sistant Postmaster-Generals, $3,500; Chief Clerk, $2,~ 
200. 



DIRECTORY. 13 



Postmasters — Postmasters are divided into four 
classes. First class, $3 000 to $4,000 (excepting New- 
York City, which is $8,000); second class, $2,000 to 
$3,000; third class, $1,000 to $2,000; fourth class, less 
•than $1,000. The first three classes are appointed by 
the President, and confirmed by the Senate ; those of 
fourth class are appointed by the Postmaster Gen- 
eral. 

Diplomatic Appointments — Ministers to Germany, 
Great Britain, France, and Russia, $17,500; Ministers 
to Brazil, China, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Mexico, 
Japan and Spain, $12,000; Ministers to Cbili, Peru, 
and Central America, $10 000 ; Ministers to Argentine 
Confederation, Hawaiian Islands. Belgium, Hayti, 
Colombia, Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey, and Vene- 
zuela, $7,500; Ministers to Switzerland, Denmark, 
Paraguay, Bolivia, and Portugal, $5,000; Minister to 
Liberia, $4 000. 

Army Officers — General $13,500; Lieut. General, 
$11,000; Major General, 7,500; Brigadier General, $5,- 
500; Colonel, $3,500; Lieut. Colonel, $3,000; Major, 
$2,500; Captain, mounted, $2,000; Captain, not 
mounted, $1,800; Regimental Adjutant, $1,800; Regi- 
mental Quartermaster, $1,800; 1st Lieutenant, mount- 
ed, $1,600; 1st Lieutenant, not mounted, $1,500; 2d 
Lieutenant, mounted, $1,500; 2d Lieutenant, not 
mounted, $1,400; Chaplain, $1,500 

Navy Officers — Admiral, $13,000; Vice-Admiral, 
.$9,000; Rear Admirals, $6,000; Commodores, $5,000; 
Captains, $4,500; Commanders, $3 500 ; Lieut. Com- 
manders, $2,S0O; Lieutenants, $2,400; Masters, $1800; 
Ensigns $1,200; Midshipmen, $1,000; Cadet Midship- 
men, $500; Mates, $900; Medical and Pay Directors 
and Medical and Pay Inspectors and Chief Engineers, 
$4,400; Fleet Surgeons, Fleet Paymasters, and Fleet 
Engineers, $4,400; Surgeons and Paymasters, $2,800; 
^Chaplains, $2,500. 

Tim© for Holding State and Territorial Elections. 

Alabama — First Monday in August. 

Arizona Territory — Tuesday after first Monday in 

November. 
.Arkansas—First Tuesday in September. 
California— Tuesday after first Monday in November. 
vColorado— First Tuesday in October. 



14 DIRECTORY. 



Connecticut— Tuesday after first Monday in Novem- 
ber. 

Dakota Territory — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Delaware — Tuesday after first Monday in November;. 

Florida — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Georgia — First Wednesday in October. 

Idaho Territory — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember 

Illinois — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Indiana — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Indian Territory — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Iowa — Second Tuesday in October. 

Kansas — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Kentucky — First Monday in August. 

Louisiana—First Monday in November. 

Maine — Second Monday, even years, biennially, in 
September. 

Maryland — Tuesday after First Monday in November. 

Massachusetts — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Michigan — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Minnesota — Tuesday after First Monday in Novem- 
ber. , 

Mississippi — Tuesday after First Monday in Novem- 
ber. 

Missouri — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Montana Territory — Tuesday after First Monday in 
November. 

Nebraska — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Nevada — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Hew Hampshire — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 

New Jersey — Tuesday after first Monday in Novem- 
ber. 

New Mexico Territory — Tuesday after first Monday 
in November. 

New York — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

North Carolina — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Ohio— Second Tuesday in October. 

Oregon — First Monday in June. 

Pennsylvania — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 



DIRECTORY. 15, 



Rhode Island — First Wednesday in April. 

South Carolina — Tuesday after first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Tennessee — Tuesday after first Monday in November, . 

Texas — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Utah Territory — First Monday in August. 

Vermont — First Tuesday in September 

Virginia — Tuesday after first Monday in November. 

Washington Territory — Tuesday after first Monday 
in November. 

West Virginia — Second Tuesday in October. 

Wisconsin — Tuesday after first Monday in Novem- 
ber. 

Wyoming Territory — Tuesday after first Monday in 
November. 

Legal Holidays in the United States. 

New Year's Day— Jan 1— In all States and Terri- 
tories, except Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky^ 
Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Caro- 
lina, South Carolina, and Rhode Island. 

Anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans — January 
8 — In Louisiana. 

Lincoln's Birthday — Feb. 12 — In Louisiana. 

Washington's Birthday — Feb. 22d — In all States 
and Territories, except Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, 
Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, 
North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Oregon and Tennessee. 

Shrove Tuesday — March 1 — In Louisiana, and 
cities of Mobile, Montgomery, and Selma, Ala. 

Anniversary of Texan Independence — March 2 — 
In Texas. 

Fireman's Anniversary — March 4— In Louisiana. 

Good Friday— April 15 — In Florida, Louisiana, 
Minnesota and Pennsylvania. 

Memorial Day — April 26 — In Georgia. 

Battle of San Jacinto — April 21 — In Texas. 

Decoration Day — May 30 — In Colorado, Maine, Ver- 
mont, Connecticut, Michigan, New Hampshire, New 
Jersey, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, and ', 
District of Columbia. 

Fourth of July — In all States and Territories. 

General Election Day — Generally on Tuesday after - 
first Monday in November — In California, Maine, . 
Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, South Car- - 
olina, and Wisconsin. 



16 DIRECTORY. 

Thanksgiving Day — Usually last Thursday in No- 
vember—and Fast days whenever appointed by the 
President — are legal holidays in all States and Terri- 
tories. 

Christmas Day — In all the States and Territories. 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FROM NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Senate. 

Zebulon B. Vance, Democrat. 
M. W. Ransom, Democrat. 

House. 

State at large — R. T. Bennett, Democrat. 

1st District — W. F. Pool (c), Republican, deceased. 

2d District— J. E. O'Hara (c), Republican. 

3d District — W. J. Green, Democrat. 

4th District — W. R. Cox, Democrat. 

5th District — A. M. Seales, Democrat. 

6th District — C. Dowd, Democrat. 

7th District — Tire York, Republican. 

8th District — R. B. Vance, Democrat. 

Note.— The above refers to the old districts, no elec- 
tion having taken place since new apportionment. 

Congressional Districts. 
Counties. fikst Population. 

Beaufort 17,471 

Camden 6,274 

Chowan 7,900 

Carteret .... 9,785 

Currituck .-< 6,476 

Dare 3,245 

Gates 8,897 

Hertford 10,280 

Hyde 11,843 

Martin 13,140 

Pamlico 6,324 

Pasquotank 10,386 

Perquimans 9,468 

Pitt 21,790 

Tyrrell 4 545 

Washington 8,928 

SECOND. 

Bertie 16,401 



DIRECTORY. 17 

Counties. Population. 

Craven 19,729 

Edgecombe 26,179 

Greene ■ 10,034 

Halifax 30,300 

Lenoir 15,344 

Northampton 20,032 

Vance. 

Warren '..'.'.'.'.'.I'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 22,619 

Wilson 16,064 

THIRD. 

Onslaw 9,828 

Pender 12,468 

Duplin 18.771 

Sampson 22,892 

Bladen 16,158 

Wayne 24,943 

Cumberland 23,836 

Harnett 10,862 

Moore 16,821 

FOURTH. 

Nash 17,731 

Franklin 20,829 

Wake 48,209 

Durham 18,771 

Orange 23,698 

Chatham 23,456 

Alamance 14,613 

Johnston 23,462 

FIFTH. 

Granville 31,285 

Person 13,719 

Rockingham 21,744 

Caswell 17,825 

Stokes 15,353 

Guilford 23,584 

Surry 15,301 

Forsyth 18,070 

SIXTH. 

New Hanover 21.387 

Brunswick 9,390 

Columbus 14,439 

Richmond 18,245 



18 DIRECTORY. 

Counties. Population. 

Anson 18,000 

Union 18,056 

Stanley : 10,506 

Cabarrus 14,964 

Robeson 23,882 

Mecklenburg 34,180 

SEVENTH. 

Montgomery 9,375 

Randolph 20,836 

Davidson 20,333 

Rowan 19,917 

Davie 11,097 

Iredell . . . . 22,672 

Catawba 14,496 

Yadkin 12,421 

EIGHTH. 

Wilkes 19,181 

Alexander 8,355 

Watauga , , 8,160 

Ashe 14,436 

Alleghany 5,486 

Caldwell 10,288 

Cleveland 16,571 

Burke 12,811 

Gaston 14,254 

Lincoln 11,061 

NINTH. 

Cherokee : 8,182 

Clay 3,316 

Graham 2,335 

Macon 8,064 

Swain 3,785 

Jackson 7,343 

Haywood 10,271 

Transylvania 5;340 

Henderson 7,765 

Polk 5,063 

Rutherford 15,198 

Buncombe 21,910 

McDowell 9,836 

Madison 12,810 

Yancey 7,693 

Mitchell 9,435 



DIRECTORY. 19 



UNITED STATES COURTS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Circuit Court for Eastern District convenes in Ral- 
eigh first Monday in June aDd last Monday in No- 
vember. H. L. Bond, Judge; George W. Brooks, Dis- 
trict Court Judge ; Joshua B. Hill, United States 
Marshal ; N. J. Reddick, Circuit Court Clerk. 

District Court for Eastern District convenes at 
Elizabeth City third Mondays in April and October. 
¥m. G. Griffin, Clerk. 

At Newbern fourth Mondays in April and October. 
George E. Tinker, Clerk. 

At Wilmington first Monday after the fourth Mon- 
day in April and October. Wm. Larkin, Clerk; W. 
S. O'B. Robinson, District Attorney. 

District Court for Western District convenes in 
Charlotte second Mondays in June and December. 
Robert P. Dick, Judge; Thomas B. Keogh, United 
States Marshal ; H. C. Cowles, Clerk ; E. K. P. Osborne, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Greensboro, first Mondays in April and October. 
J. W. Payne, Clerk. 

Statesville, third Mondays in April and October. 
H. C. Cowles, Clerk. 

Asheville, first Monday afrer the fourth Monday in 
April and October. James E. Reed, Clerk ; James E. 
Boyd, Attorney. 

United States Assay Office, Charlotte. 

(Formerly Mint). 
C. J. Cowles, Asssayer ; Geo. B. Hanna, asst. 
Charlotte Recruiting Station U. S. A.; Capt. E. M. 
Hayes, 5th Cavalry. 

Postal Regulations. 

Direct your letters to a postoffice, and if to a city 
add the street and number or postoffice box. 

First Class Rates of Postage— Letters and all other 
written matter, whether sealed or unsealed, or fast- 
ened in any manner so that it cannot be examined, 
2 cents per half ounce,*and each fraction thereof. 
Postal cards are unmailable with any printed or writ- 
ten matter on the address side, except the superscrip- 
tion. 

Second Class— Only for publishers and news agents. 

Third Class— Printed matter, in unsealed wrappers. 



DIRECTORY. 



only (notched envelopes pay letter rates), one cent 
for four ounces or fraction thereof. This includes 
books, circulars, chromos, engravings, handbills, 
lithographs, magazines, music, newspapers, pamph- 
lets, proof sheets, and manuscript accompanying 
reproductions by the electric pen or any process ex- 
cept writing and copying press. Limit, four pounds, 
except one book, which may weigh more ; must be 
fully prepaid. Matter of this class cannot be returned 
or forwarded without additional postage. Safest to 
liave parcels weighed at postoffice. 

Permissible Wiiting — The name and address of 
sender, written on inside or outside of package, or 
marks calling attention to some special passage. 

Kates of Postal Money Orders — On orders not ex- 
ceeding $15, 10 cents ; over $15 and not exceeding $30, 
15 cents; over $30 and not exceeding $40, 20 cents; 
over $40 and not exceeding $50, 25 cents; over $50 
and not exceeding $60, 30 cents; over $60 and not 
exceeding $70, 35 cents; over $70 and not exceeding 
$80,40 cents; over $80 and not exceeding 100, 45 
cents. 

The order is only payable at the office on which it 
is drawn, and should be cancelled within one year 
from date of issuance. Once paying an order, by 
whomsover presented, the Department will be liable 
to no further claims. 

Registered Letters Fee — 10 cents and regular post- 
age. 

Postal Notes from 1 cent to $4.99, 3 cents. 

STATE GOYERNMENT NORTH CAROLINA. 

Governor — Thomas J. Jarvis. 

Lieutenant-Governor — James L. Robinson. 

^Secretary of State— Wm. L. Sanders. 

Treasurer — J. M. Worth. 

Teller of Treasury— H. M. Worth. 

Chief Clerk of Treasury— D. W. Bain. 

Auditor — Wm. P. Roberts. 

-Superintendent Public Instruction— John C. Scar- 

brough. 
Adjutant-General — Johnston Jones. 
Attornev-General— Thomas S. Kenan. 
sState Geologist— W. C. Kerr. 
Librarian — Sherwood Haywood. 



DIRECTORY. 21 



Keeper of Capitol— C. M. Roberts. 
Governor's Council— Secretary of State, Treasurer, 
Auditor and Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
North Carolina Legislature. 

SENATE. 

1st District, W. W. Speight, S. J. Halstead, Rep. 

2d District, W. T. Caho, Theo. W. Poole, Dem. 

3d District, George A. Mehane (c), Rep. 

4th District, J. J. Goodwyn, Rep. 

5th District, Robert R. Gray (c), Rep. 

6th District, John King, Dem. 

7th District, James S. Battle, W. W. Farmer, Dem. 

8th District, W. E. Clarke, Rep. 

9th District, John N. Whitford, Dem. 
10th District, E. J. Hill, W. T. Dorch, Dem. 
11th District, F. B. Loftin, Rep. 
12th District, H. E. Scott, Rep. 
13th District, R. H. Liyon, Lib. 
14th District, E. T. Boykin, Dem. 
15th District, T. F. Toon, N. McLean, Dem. 
16th District, Duncan Morrison, Dem. 
17th District, Wm. Richardson, Dem. 
18th District, Thomas R. Purnell, Rep. 
19th District, H. W. Carter (c), Rep. 
20th District, C. N. B. Evans, Dem., I. R. Strayhorn, 

Rep. 
21st District, B. H. Cozart, Rep. 
22d District, Thomas B. Womack, Dem. 
23d District, H. R. Scott, Dem. 
24th District, J. T. Morehead, Dem. 
25th District, J. C. Black, Dem. 
26th District, George A. Graham, Rep. 
27th District, J. F. Payne, Dem. 
28th District, Samuel J. Pemberton, Dem. 
29th District, S. B. Alexander, Dem. 
30th District, J. G. Ramsey, Rep. 
31st District, M. H. Pinnix, Dem. 
32d District, Cyrus B. Watson, Dem. 
33d District, J. A. Hampton, Dem. 
34th District, R. Z. Linney, W. F. Dotson, Dem. 
35th District, E. F. Lovell, Dem. 
36th District, Riley Neil, B. A. Berry, Dem. 
37th District, A. Costner Dem. 
38th District, James L. Webb. 



22 DIRECTORY. 



39th District, J. B. Eaves, Rep. 
40th District, J. N, Ebbs, Dem. 
41st District, W. W. Jones, Dem. 
42d District, M. C. King, Dem. 

Democrats (Dem.), 34; Republicans (Rep.), 15; 
Liberals (Lib.), 1. 



Alamance, Thomas H. Holt, Dem. 

Alexander, R. P. Matherson, Dem. 

Allegheny, J. W. Landreth, Rep. 

Anson, Wm. A. Liles, Dem. 

Ashe, J. 0. Wilcox, Rep. 

Beaufort, Enoch S. Simmons, Dem. 

Bertie, T. R. Speller, Rep. 

Beaden, John Newell, Rep. 

Brunswick, Wm. Grissett, Rep. 

Buncombe, C. M. McLoud, B. G. Gudger, Dem. 

Burke, S. McD. Tate, Dem. 

Cabarrus, H. C. McAllister, Dem. 

Caldwell, W. H. Bower, Dem. 

Camden, John K. Abbott. 

Cartaret, Rev. L. H. Hardy, Dem. 

Caswell, James W. Poe (c), Rep. 

Catawba, M. 0. Sherrill, Dem, 

Chatham, D. H. Marsh, W. A. Lawrance, Dem. 

Cherokee, Robert Bruce, Rep. 

Chowan, E. H. Sutton (c), Rep. 

Clay, J. S. Anderson, Dem. 

Clevel'and, L. E. Powers, Dem. 

Columbus, H. D. Williamson, Dem. 

Craven, W. H. Johnson, Rep. 

Cumberland, Geo. M. Ross, Dem., E. P. Powers, Rep. 

Currituck, W. H. Cowell, Dem. 

Dare, E. H. Riggs, Dem. 

Davidson, H. J. Harris, Dr. J. F. Beall, Dem. 

Davie, P. H. Cain, Rep. 

Duplin, Jon D. Stanford, Dem. 

Durham, Robert C. Strudwick, Dem. 

Edgecombe, W. Belcher, H. R. Bridgers (c), Rep. 

Forsyth, G. W. Wilson, Dem. 

Franklin, W. F. Green, Dem., B. F. Bullock, Rep. 

Gaston, James W. Reid, Dem. 

Gates, John J. Gatling, Dem. 

Graham, Geo. B> Walker, Dem. 



DIRECTORY. 23 



Granville, A. H. A. Williams, Dem., J. W. Jenkins, 
Rep. 

Greene, W. T. Dixon, Rep. 

Guilford, J. W. Fobis, J. L. King, Dem. 

Halifax, J. M. P. Pittman, H. J. Newlin, Rep. 

Harnett, Daniel Stewart, Dem. 

Haywood, W. W. Stringfield, Dem. 

Henderson, B. F. Passey, Dem. 

Hertford, George H. Mitchell, Rep. 

Hyde, Jas. B. Baum, Dem. 

Iredell, A. C. Tamlinson, A. Leazer, Dem. 

Jackson, J. M. Candler, Rep. 

Johnston, H. M. Johnston, Jesse Brown, Dem. 

Jones E. R. Page, Rep. 

Lenoir, Dempsey Wood, Dem. 

Lincoln, W. L. Grouse, Dem. 

Macon, J. F. Ray, Dem. 

Madison, D. S. Ball, Rep. 

Martin, D. Worthington. 

McDowell, J. C. McCurry. 

Mecklenburg, J. S. Myers, W. H. Baily, T. T. Sand- 
ford, Dem. 

Mitchell, H. Lineback, Rep. 

Montgomery, Alex R. Henderson, Rep. 

Moore Dr. H. Turner, Dem. 

Nash, B. H. Bunn, Dem. 

New Hanover, W. H. Waddell (c), E. P. Green (c), 
Rep. 

Northampton, R. B. Peebles, Dem.; W. Baker (c), Rep. 

Onslow, Cyrus Thompson, Dem. 

Orange, J. A. Cheek, Rep. 

Pamlico, R. D. McCotter, Dem. 

Pasquotank, N. R. Newby (c), Rep. 

Pender, R. B. Frazier, Rep. 

Perquimans, Frank Nixon. 

Person, Wash F. Reade, Rep. 

Pitt, L. J. Barnett, Dem.; Calvin Stokes, Rep. 

Polk, T. C. Bradley, Rep. 

Randolph, B. W. Steed, U. S. Robbins, Dem. 

Richmond, H. H. Carrington, Rep. 

Robeson, E. K. Proctor, 0. S. Hayes, Rep. 

Rockingham, Jas. D. Glenn, Pryor Reynolds, Dem. 

Rowan, Lee S. Overman, Dem. 

Rutherford, G. B. Pruitt, Rep. 

Sampson, W. S. Mathis, Chas. H. Williams, Dem. 



24 DIRECTORY. 



Stanly, David N. Bennett, Dem. 

Stokes, John Y. Phillips, Dem. 

Surry, W. Fulton, Dem. 

Swain, A. H. Hayes, Dem. 

Transylvania, Robert Hamilton, Rep. 

Tyrrell, F. C Patrick, Dem. 

"Union, James Houston, Dem. 

Wake, James A. Temple, E. M. Bledsoe, James H. 

Harris (c), J. C. Harrison, Rep. 
Warren and Vance, J. H. Montgomery, H. B. Eaton, * 

Rep. 
Washington, J. H. Leary, Rep. 
Watauga, W. W. Lenoir, Dem. 

Wayne, John R. Smith, Rep.; John B. Person, Dem. 
Wilkes, J. Q. A. Bryan, Rep. 
Wilson, John L. Baily, Dem. 
Yadkin, A. E. Holton, Rep. 
Yancey, James F. Byrd, Dem. 

Democrats (Dem.), 64; Republicans (Rep.), 50. 

Counties Composing the State Senatorial Districts. 

1st District — Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank, Hert- 
ford, Gates, Chowan and Perquimans; two Senators. 

2d District — Tyrrell, Washington, Martin, Dare, Beau- 
fort, Hyde and Pamlico; two Senators. 

3d District — Northampton and Bertie; one Senator. 

4th District — Halifax ; one Senator. 

5th District— Edgecombe ; one Senator. 

6th District — Pitt; one Senator. 

7th District — Wilson, Nash and Franklin; two Sen- 
ators. 

8th District— Craven; one Senator. 

9th District— Jones, Onslow and Carteret; one Sen- 
ator. 

10th District — Duplin and Wayne ; two Senators. 

11th District — Greene and Lenoir; one Senator. 

12th District— New Hanover and Pender; one Senator. 

13th District — Brunswick and Bladen ; one Senator. 

14th District — Sampson ; one Senator. 

15th District— Columbus and Robeson ; two Senators. 

16th District— Cumberland and Harnett; one Senator. 

17th District— Johnston; one Senator. 

18th District— Wake; one Senator. 

19th District — Warren ; one Senator. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Goods Sold on Consignment, also on Commission. 

Drugs and Patent Medicines Sold on Commission. 

Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. 

Satisfactory Preferences Given. 
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THE WEEKLY PATRIOT 

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having had a continuous existence 
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It is the only paper in the State that maintains a strictly 
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LEVI HOUSTON, 

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THE i CENTRAL* PROTESTANT, 

A*IEEKLY*PvELI(5I0US*AND*MMILY*NEWSPAPER. 

Organ of the Methodist Protestant Conference of North 

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Founded in 1874. Four Pages, JG.r40. 

Subscription $2.00 a Year, in Advance. 

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J. L. Michaux, Editor, J. S. Michaux, Local Editor, 

Greensboro, North Carolina. 



DIRECTORY. 33 



20th District — Orange, Pearson and Caswell ; two Sen- 
ators. 

21st District -Granville; one Senator. 

22d District — Chatham and Alamance; one Senator. 

23d District — Rockingham ; one Senator. 

24th District— Guilford ; one Senator. 

25th District — Randolph and Moore ; one Senator. 

26th District — Richmond and Montgomery; one Sen- 
ator, 

27th District — Anson and Union; one Senator. 

28th District — Cabarrus and Stanley; one Senator. 

29th District — Mecklenburg ; one Senator. 

30th District — Rowan and Davie ; one Senator. 

31st District — Davidson;- one Senator. 

32d District — Stokes and Forsyth ; one Senator. 

33d District — Surry and Yadkin; one Senator. 

34th District — Iredell, Wilkes and Alexander — two 
Senators. 

35th District — Allegheny, Ashe and Watauga; one 
Senator. 

36th District— Caldwell, Burke, McDowell, Mitchell 
and Yancey ; two Senators. 

37th District — Catawba and Lincoln; one Senator. 

38th District — Gaston and Cleveland ; one Senator. 

39th District — Rutherford and Polk ; one Senator. 

40th District — Buncombe and Madison ; one Senator. 

41st District— Haywood, Henderson and Transylva- 
nia ; one Senator. 

42d District — Jackson, Swain, Macon, Cherokee, Clay 
and Graham ; one Senator. 

STATE AND COUNTY COURTS. 
Supreme Court 

Convenes in Raleigh on the first Monday in Febru- 
ary and October. 

Chief Justice— W. H. N. Smith. 

Associates— A. S. Merryman, Thomas S. Ashe; W. 
H. Bagley, Clerk; R. H. Bradley, Marshal; Thomas 
S. Kenan, Reporter. 

Superior Courts of North Carolina. 

Note. — Judges rotate through State. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Judge — J. E. Sheppard. 
Solicitor — John F. Blount. 
3 



34 DIRECTORY. 



Currituck, first Monday in March and September. 

Camden, second Monday in March and September. 

Pasquotank, third Monday in March and Septem- 
ber. 

Perquimans, fourth Monday in March and Septem- 
ber. 

Chowan, first Monday after fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Gates, second Monday after fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Hertford, third Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Washington, fourth Monday after fourth Monday 
in March and September. 

Tyrrell, fifth Monday after fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Dare, sixth Monday after fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Hyde, seventh Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Pamlico, eighth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Beaufort, ninth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Martin, eleventh Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Judge — Fred. Phillips. 

Solicitor — John H. Collins. 

Wake, first Monday in January, second Monday in 
February, fourth Monday in June, second Monday in 
August. 

Warren, first Monday in March and September. 

Northampton, fourth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Edgecombe, sixth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Bertie, eighth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Halifax, ninth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Craven, twelfth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 



DIRECTORY. 35 



THIRD DISTRICT. 

Judge — A. A. McKoy. 

Solicitor — Swift Gallaway. . 

Nash, Monday before first in March and second 
Monday before first Monday in September. 

Wilson, first Monday in March and September. 

Pitt, third Monday in March and September. 

Green, fourth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Jones, fifth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Onslaw, sixth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Lenoir, seventh Monday after first Monday in March 
and September and second Monday in September. 

Carteret, eighth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Wayne, ninth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September and fifth Monday before the first 
Monday in March. 

Duplin, eleventh Monday after first Monday in 
March and September and second Monday before first 
Monday in March. 

Sampson, twelfth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September 

New Hanover, thirteenth Monday after first Mon- 
day in March and September. 

Pender, fifteenth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Judge — J. C. McRae. 

Solicitor— J. D. Mclver. 

Moore, first^Monday in February and August. 

Harnett, third Monday in February and August. 

Bladen, first Monday after third Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Columbus, third Monday after third Monday in 
February and August. 

Brunswick, fifth Monday after third Monday in 
February and August. 

Johnston, sixth Monday after third Monday in 
February and August. 

Robeson, eighth Monday after third Monday in 
February and August and last Monday in January. 



36 DIRECTORY. 



Anson, tenth Monday after third Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August. 

Richmond, twelfth Monday after third Monday in 
February and August. 

Cumberland, fourteenth Monday after third Mon- 
day of February and August and Monday before the 
last Monday in January. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Judge — John A. Gilmer. 

♦Solicitor— F. N. S. Strudwick. 

Alamance, second Monday before first Monday of 
March and September. 

Randolph, Monday before first Monday in March 
and September. 

Guilford, first Monday in March and September. 

Chatham, second Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Orange, fourth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Granville, sixth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Franklin, eighth Monday after first Monday in, 
March and September. 

Person, tenth Monday after first Monday in March 
and September. 

Caswell, eleventh Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Rockingham, twelfth Monday after first Monday in 
March and September. 

Vance, Monday after the Rockingham fall and 
spring terms. 

Durham, first Monday in February and August. 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Judge — Wm. M. Shipp. 

Solicitor — Frank I. Osborne. 

Mecklenburg, last Monday in February and August. 

Cabarrus, third Monday in March and September. 

Stanly, fourth Monday in March and September. 

Montgomery, first Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

"Union, second Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Lincoln, fourth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 



DIRECTORY, 



Gaston, fifth Monday after fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Cleveland, seventh Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September^ 

Rutherford, ninth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Polk, eleventh Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

SEVENTH DISTKICT. 

Judge— J. F. Graves. 

Solicitor— Joseph Dobson. 

Davie, first Monday in March and September. 

Yadkin, second Monday in March and September. 

Davidson, third Monday in March and September. 

Wilkes, first Monday alter fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Alleghany, third Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Surry, fourth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Stokes, sixth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March, and fifth Monday aftey fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Forsyth, seventh Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Rowan, ninth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Judge — A. C. Avery. 

Solicitor — Joseph Adams. 

Catawba, last Monday in August and February. 

Burke, second Monday in March and September. 

McDowell, fourth Monday in March and September. 

Yancey, second Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Mitchell, fourth Monday after fourth Monday, in 
March and September. 

Watauga, sixth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Ashe, seventh Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Caldwell, ninth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September^ 



38 DIRECTORY. 

Alexander, tenth Monday after fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Iredell, second Monday before last Monday in Au- 
gust and February. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

Judge — J. C. L. Gudger. 

Solicitor— G. S. Ferguson. 

Madison, first Monday in March and August. 
. Henderson, third Monday in March and August. 

Transylvania, fourth Monday after first Monday in 
March and August. 

Haywood, fifth Monday after first Monday in March 
and August. 

Jackson, sixth Monday after first Monday in March 
and August. 

Macon, seventh Monday after first Monday in 
March and August. 

Clay, eighth Monday after first Monday in March 
and August. 

Cherokee, ninth Monday after first Monday in 
March and August. 

Graham, eleventh Monday after first Monday in 
March and August, 

Swain, twelfth Monday after first Monday in March 
and August. 

Buncombe, thirteenth Monday after first Monday 
in March, and third Monday in November. 

County Seats of North Carolina and Population. 

Note — First town, second county, third population 
of town. For total of town and county, see " Con- 
gressional Districts. * 

Albemare, Stanley 300 

Ashboro, Kandolph • 400 

Asheville. Buncombe 2,000 

Bakersville, Mitchell 40O 

Beaufort, Carteret 2,500 

Boone, Watauga 300 

Brevard, Transylvania 300 

Burnsville, Yancey 100 

Camden, Camden 200 

Carthage, Moore 650 

Charlotte, Mecklenburg 8,000 

Charleston, Swain 150* 



DIRECTORY. 39 

Clinton, Sampson 800 

Columbia, Tyrrel 380 

Columbus. Polk 280 

Concord, Cabarrus 1,200 

Currituck, Currituck , 220 

Dallas, Gaston 500 

Danburg, Stokes 280 

Dobson, Surrey 250 

Edenton, Chowan 1,500 

Elizabeth City, Pasquotank 2,000 

Elizabethtown, Bladen 600 

Fayetteville, Cumberland 5,000 

Franklin, Macon 750 

Gap Civil, Alleghany 300 

Gatesville, Gates 600 

Goldsboro, Wayne 3,000 

Graham, Alamance 550 

Greenville, Pitt 1,200 

Greensboro, Guilford 5,000 

Halifax, Halifax 500 

Hayesville, Clay 325 

Hendersonville, Henderson . 850 

Hertford, Perquimans 800 

Hillsboro, Orange 900 

Jackson, Northampton 390 

Jacksonville, Onslow 140 

Jefferson, Ashe 280 

Kenansville, Duplin 300 

Kingston, Lenoir 1,300 

Lenoir, Caldwell 550 

Lexington, Davidson 1,000 

Lillington, Harnett 200 

Lincolnton, Lincoln 1,500 

Louisburg. Franklin 950 

Lumberton, Robeson 750 

Mantoe, Dare 100 

Marion, McDowell 400 

Marshall, Madison 300 

Mocksville, Davie 400 

Monroe, Union 1,000 

Morganton, Burke 750 

Murphey, Cherokee 500 

Nashville, Nash 250 

Newberne, Craven 6 443 

Newton, Catawba 850 



40 DIRECTORY. 

Oxford, Granville 100 

Pittsboro, Chatham 500 

Plymouth, Washington 1,400 

Raiiegh, Wake 14,110 

Robbinsville, Graham .... 180 

Rockingham, Richmond 800 

Roxboro, Person 450 

Rutherfordton, Rutherford 500 

Salisbury, Rowan 1,500 

Shelby, Cleveland 850 

Smithfield, Johnston 600 

Smithville, Brunswick 400 

Snow Hill, Greene 400 

South Washington, Pender 100 

Statesville, Iredell 1,500 

Swan Quarter, Hyde 150 

Tarboru, Edgecombe 2,000 

Taylorsville, Alexander 300 

Trenton, Jones 250 

Troy, Montgomery 140 

Vandemere, Pamlico 100 

Wadesboro, Anson 1,000 

Warrenton, Warren 1,200 

Washington, Beaufort 2,600 

Wanesville, Haywood 350 

Webster, Jackson 550 

Wentworth, Rockingham 500 

Whiteville, Columbus 300 

Williamston, Martin 600 

Wilkesboro, Wilkes 280 

Wilmington, New Hanover 17,361 

Wilson, Wilson 2,000 

Windsor, Bertie 1,000 

Winston, Forsyth 2,000 

Yadkinsville, Yadkin 175 

Yancey ville, Caswell. . : 500 

STATE INSTITUTIONS, ETC. 

University of North Carolina, Chapell Hill, Orange 
county. Hon. Kemp P. Battle, prest.; C. D. Grandy, 
sec. 

North Carolina Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb and 
Blind, Raleigh. Young, prin.; E. Hall, stew- 
ard ; Dr. R. B. Haywood, physician ; L. E. Heantt, 
treas. . 



DIRECTORY. 41 



Western North Carolina. Insane Asylum, Morgan- 
ton. Dr. L. P. Murphy, supt.; Dr. W. D. Hilliard, 
asst.; W. J. Yates, Mecklenburg: John L. Henderson, 
Rowan ; Dr. P. P. Fuller, Raleigh ; S. M. Finger, Ca- 
tawba j J. W. Wilson, I. I. Davis and E. A. Perkins, 
Burke; J. P. Sawyer, Asheville. 

State Penitentiary. W. J. Hicks, architect ; W. H. 
Hunter, warden; D. C. Murray, steward; Dr. Wm. 
Little, physician. 

State Board of Education — Governor, Lieutenant- 
Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor, Su- 
perintendent of Public Instruction and Attorney- 
General. 

State Medical Association meets at places previ- 
ously fixed. Dr. A. B. Pierce, prest., Halifax ; D. L. 
Julian Picot, sec, Littleton. 

State Board of Examiners, (authorized by law) 
meets day before State Medical Society. Drs. E. P. 
Hines, prest., Raleigh; T. D. Haigh, Fayetteville; 
G. E. Kirby, Goldsboro ; Thomas F. Wood, Wilming- 
ton ; Joseph Graham, Charlotte, and R. H. Lewis, 
Raleigh ; H. T. Bahnson, sec. and treas., Salem. 

North Carolina State Dental Association meets 
annually at times and places previously appointed. 
W . H. Hoffman, prest., Gastonia (also sec. Southern 
Dental Association); T. M. Hunter, sec, Fayetteville. 

North Carolina Board of Pharmacy (appointed by 
governor), William H. Green, prest., Wilmington ; 
W. Simpson, sec; E. M. Nadal, John Tull, E. H. 
Meadows. 

North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association meets 
at points and times previously fixed. W. H. Green, 
prest.; James C. Munds, sec, Wilmington ; L. R. 
Wriston, local sec, Charlotte. 

Bar Association of North Carolina, located at Ashe- 
ville ; Col. Davidson, prest. 

RAILROADS 

Centreing at Greensboro, Stations, Distances, etc^ 

RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD. 

A. S. Buford, prest.; A. L. Rives, gen. mgr.; M. 
Slaughter, gen. pass, agt.; Sol. Haas, traffic mgr.; W. 
H, Green, supt. R. & D. Division, Richmond, Va.; A. 



42 



DIRECTORY. 



B. Andrews, supt. N. C. Division, .Raleigh ; I. Y. Sage, 
supt, Air-Line Division, Atlanta. 

SOUTH. 



Greensboro to— 



MILES. 

Salem Junction 3 

Jamestown 10 

High Point 15 

Thomasville 22 

Lexington 33 

Linwood 39 

Holtsbuig 42 

Salisbury, connects 
with Western North 

Carolina R. R 49 

China Grove.. 59 

Concord 72 

Harrisburg 79 

Newells 84 

Air-Line Junction. . . 91 
Charlotte, c o n n e c ts 
with Charlotte, Co- 
lumbia & Augusta, 
Carolina Central, 
and Atlantic, Ten- 
nessee & Ohio R. R's 93 

Steel Creek 98 

Garibaldi 104 

Lowell 109 

Gastonia 114 

All Healing Springs.. 120 

Kings Mountain 126 

Whittaker 130 

Blacks 139 

Gaffney 148 

Thicketty 154 

Cowpens 158 

Spartanburg, connects 
with Spartanburg, 
Union & Columbia, 
and Asheville & Co- 
lumbia R. R's 168 

Fair Forest 173 

Wellford 178 



Duncan's 182 

Greer's 187 

Taylor's 192 

Greenville, connects 
with Greenville & 

Columbia R. R 200 

Saluda 207 

Easley 212 

Liberty 219 

Central 226 

Seneca 239 

Westminster 249 

Harbins 254 

Fort Madison 258 

Tugalo ...262 

Toccoa, connects with 
Elberton Air -Line 

R.R 267 

Ayresville 274 

Mount Airy 280 

Rabun Gap Junction, 
connects with North 
Eastern R.R. of Ga. 282 

Bellton 294 

Lula, connects with 
North Eastern R R. 
ofGa. This road uses 
same track between 
Lulaand RabunGap 

Junction 295 

White Sulphur Spr's. 300 
Gainesville, connects 
with Gainesville, 
Jefferson & South- 
ern R.R 307 

Odell's 313 

Flowery Branch 316 

Buford 321 

Suwannee, connects 



DIRECTORY. 



43 



with Lawrenceville 

Branch 329 

Duluth 335 

Norcross 341 

Doraville 345 



Roswell Junction, con- 
nects with Roswell 

Branch 347 

Goodwin's 349 

Atlanta ^..360 



NORTH. 

Greensboro to — 



Morehead 8 

Brown's Summit 12 

Benaja 15 

Reidsville 24 

Kuffin 33 

Pelham 40 

D. & N. R. Junction.. 43 

Danville 48 

North Danville, con- 
nects with Virginia 

Midland R. R 49 

Ringgold 54 

Sutherlin's, connects 
with Milton & Suth- 

erlin R. R 59 

Barksdale's 62 

New's Ferry 72 

Boston 80 

Wolf Trap 85 

Scottsburg 88 

Clover 95 

Staunton River 98 

Randolph 99 

Mossing Ford 103 

GOLDSBOR 



Drake's Branch 108 

Keysville 116 

Meherrin 124 

Green Bay 128 

Burkeville, connects 
with Norfolk&West- 

ern R. R 136 

Jennings Ordinary.. .139 

Jetersville 146 

Amelia Court House. . 153 

Chula 159 

Mattoax 162 

Powhattan 167 

Hallsboro 172 

Coalfield 176 

Bonair 181 

Granite 185 

Rockfield 186 

Belle Isle, connects 
with Richmond & 

Potomac R.R 187 

Manchester 188 

Richmond 189 

O BRANCH. 



(Same Management). 
Greensboro to — 



McLean's 8 

Company's Shops. ... 21 

Graham 23 

Haw River 26 

Hillsboro 41 

University, Chapel 

Hill Branch 46 

Durham 55 

Brassfield 61 



Morrisville 69 

Carey, connects with 
Raleigh & Augusta 

Air Line R. R 73 

Raleigh, conn'ctswith 
Raleigh & Gaston 

R.R 81 

Auburn 90 

Clayton 9fr 



44 DIRECTORY. 



Wilson's Mills 104 Goldsboro, connects 

Selma 109 with Wilmington & 

Princeton 118 Weldon and Mid- 

Eose 121 land N. C. R. R's. 

SALEM BRANCH. 

(Richmond & Danville Railroad). 

Greensboro to — 

Salem Junction 3 Kernersville 17 

New Garden 7 Salem and Winston. . 28 

Friendship 10 

CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY RAILROAD. 
Julius A. Gray, prest., Greensboro; James S. Mor- 
rison, supt. General offices, Fayetteville, N. C. 

NORTH. 

MILES. MILES. 

Fayetteville 97.6 Gulf 51.1 

Manchester 83.85 Richmond 43 9 

Spout Spring 775 Ore Hill 39.6 

Rock Branch 70.1 Siler 35.0 

S wann's 68.6 Staley 27.6 

Jonesboro 63.5 Liberty 23.2 

Sanford, connects Julian 16.10 

with Raliegh & Pl't Garden 8 

Augusta Railroad 60.5 Greensboro Junction 0.2 



Egypt 54.1 Greensboro , 



Fayetteville 35.5 Red Springs 3.4 

Rockfish 24 5 Sboe Heel, connects 

McNatt's 173 with Carolina Cen- 

Lumber Bridge .... 10.5 tral 

Shandon 8.0 



GREENSBORO. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, 

Clerk Superior Court — J. N. Nelson. 
Sheriff- J. H. Gilmer. 
Register Deeds — Will U. Steiner. 
Surveyor— Jno W. Stewart. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 

Mayor — R. R. King, salary $100 and fees. 
Treasurer— W. B. Bogart, salary $100. 

Commissioners; 

North Ward— H. H. Tate, W. B. Bogart, G. W. Al- 
ley. 

South Ward— L. M. Scott, W. E. Bevil, Will Ser- 
geant. H. H. Tate, clerk of board. 

Police. 

Chief — R. M. Rees, salary $200 and commissions. 
W. J. Weatherby, M. A. Short. 

Street Overseer. 

Richard Smith. 

Public Schools. 

White Graded School— Prof. W. C. Daub, prin. 
Colored Graded School— Prof. R. M. McKinzie (c), 
prin. 

Fire Department. 
C. F. Thomas, Chief Greensboro Fire (chemical 
engine) Department. 

Elections— City officers first Monday in May, an- 
nuallv. 

STREET DIRECTORY. 

Central Point — Junction of North and South Elm 
and East and West Market sts, running as indicated, 
evenly dividing the city. 

Ash st, second w of N. and S. Elm, beginning at 
Gaston and running to s limits. 



46 DIRECTORY. 



Bell Meade Avenue, second n W. Market, from in- 
tersection of Clay and Greene sts to Edgeworth st 

Bragg st, second s corporate limits, crossing S. Elm 
running east and west. 

Cedar st, fourth w of S. and N. Elm, from Salisbury- 
road to n limits. 

Church st, beginning at intersection of Clay and 
N. Elm, intersecting the ends of Davie and Church 
sts, thence north to Danville road. 

Clay st, second n W. Market, from N. Elm to inter- 
section Greene st and Bell Meade ave 

College st, fifth w N. Elm, from W. Market to Del- 
phi na st. 

Cornell st, fourth s E. Market, from intersection of 
Fayetteville and Ashboro sts to e limits. 

Danville road, begins n end Church st. 

Davie st, first e of S. and N. Elm, from Fayetteville 
to Church sts. 

Edgeworth, third w of N. and S. Elm, from W. 
"Washington to Martinsville road, n limits. 

Elm (North), from intersection of E. and W. Mar- 
ket and South Elm north to limits. 

Elm (South), from intersection of E. and W. Market 
and N. Elm s to limits. 

Factory st, third s E. Market from R. & D. R. R. to 
e limits. 

Fayetteville st, fourth s E. Market from S. Elm to 
intersection Cornell and Ashboro sts. 

Forbes st, second e of N. and S. Elm, from "Wash- 
ington to Lindsay sts. 

Gaston st, first n E. and W. Market from Forbes to 
Cedar st. 

Gilmer st, fourth e of N. and S. Elm, bet Washing- 
ton and Lindsay. 

Greene st, beginning at Sycamore, one square w of 
S. Elm, running to intersection Belle Meade ave and 
Clay st, thence nw to Martinsville road. 

'Lee (east) st, fifth s E. Market, from intersection of 
Lee and Ashboro to e limits. 

Lee st, first s corporate limsts from intersection 
Mebane road and Ash st to Ashboro st. 

Lindsay st, beginning at Church st, next Presby- 
terian church, intersecting end Forbes st e to limits. 

Market (east), from intersection of N. and S. Elm 
and W. Market e to limits. 



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Market (west), from intersection N. and S. Elm 
and E. Market w to limits. 

Martinsville road begins n end Greene st. 

Mebane road, first s of corporate limits, intersect- 
ing Ash, E. Elm and Fayetteville sts. 

Mebane st, second ne Market, bet Davie and Forbes 
sts 

Mendenhall st, sixth w of N. and S. Elm, running 
north and south. 

Moore alley, second s corporate limits, from Bragg 
st west. 

New st, second sw Market, from S. Elm to Ash st. 

Oak st, sixth s E. Market, from Ashboro to e limits. 

Paisley alley, bet Ashe and Edgeworth sts, from W. 
Market to Gascon st. 

Percy st, third e of N. Elm, bet E. Market and Lind- 
say sts. 

Salisbury road, continuation W. Washington st. 

Sycamore st, first s E. and W. Market, from Spring 
to Forbes. 

Walker ave, third s W. Market, from w limits to 
Ash st. 

Washington st, second s E. Market, from Davie to 
e limits. 

Washington st (west), second s W. Market, from 
Salisbury road to Ash st. 

WARDS. 

North Ward — All that portion north of E. and W. 
Market sts. 

South Ward— All that portion of the city south of 
E. and W. Market sts. 

Fire Wards. 

No. 1 — N, Elm, W. Market, north and west limits. 
No. 2— N. Elm, E. Market, north and east limits. 
No. 3 — E. Market, S. Elm, east and south limits. 
No. 4— W. Market, S. Elm, west and south limits. 

LICENSES AND TAXES. 

Ad valorum f of 1 per cent. 

Barber Shops— $3 for first chair and $1.50 for each 
additional chair. 

Hotels— On all hotels exceeding 30 rooms $40; on 
all hotels under 30 and exceeding 15 rooms $30; on 



4S DIRECTORY. 

all hotels containing 15 rooms or less $20. This tax 
shall embrace only such houses as have porters at the 
depots or run omnibuses. 

Railroad Eating Houses— $10. 

Boarding Houses, etc— Boarding houses with 5 or 
more rooms $10; boardin? houses with less than 5 
rooms, Restaurants, Snack Houses, or Stands, each $5. 

Telegraph Office— Each $30. 

Daguerian Artists — Resident daguerian artists and 
persons taking likenesses of the human face $5. 

Itinerant Professions — On every itinerant Dentist, 
Optician, Phrenologist, Portrait Painter, Photograph 
or Daguerian Artist or Chiropodist, $5 for a week or 
less time; on every itinerant Medical Practitioner, 
for each week or less time, $10. 

Land Agent— On every Land Agent or Broker $5. 

Banks — Each Broker or Banking Office $25. 

Butchers — Butchers who have no market stall $5. 

Patent Rights — Dealers in Patent Rights $10. 

Lightning Rods and Stoves — Itinerant dealers in 
Lightning Rods or Stoves $10. 

Sewing Machines— Sewing Machine Companies or 
Agencies $40. Private dealers in Sewing Machines $5. 

Prize Goods — Itinerant Dealers in Prize Goods $30. 

Ice Dealers — $5. 

Auctioneers — $5. 

Insurance Companies — Each Fire or Life Insur- 
ance Company or Agent $10. 

Commission Merchants— Every Commission Mer- 
chant, Commercial or Merchandise Broker $5. 

Fertilizers — Every dealer in Fertilizers on commis- 
sion $5. 

Printing Office — Each Printing Office $5.. 

Resident Professions — Each resident practicing 
Physician, Dentist or Surgeon, Optician, Lawyer, 
Civil Engineer, Aurist, Oculist, Chiropodist, or an}'- 
person engaged in the sale of any specific, or making 
prescription for disease, $5. 

General Dealers — Each Merchant, Grocer, Confec- 
tioner, Druggist or other trader $5. Also 10 cents on 
every $100 worth of goods, wares, merchandise, pur- 
chased for resale, payable annually. A failure to 
make returns promptly to the Collector shall subject 
the party to a fine of $20 for each and every offense, 
This tax embraces every person buying any produce 



??rHTlfl?TllR$W. F° r Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Ciga 
QbaUuUMiMa JS^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

$pg^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 49 

or mercantile commodity other than for his own 
family. 

Bowling Alleys and Gift Enterprises — All Gift En- 
terprises and Bowling Alleys |50. 

Distillery — Every Distillery of fruit or grain $75. 

Livery Stables — Each Livery Stable $10. Any per- 
son whose business it is to keep for hire horses or 
mules shall be deemed a livery stable keeper. 

Horse Dealers — Horse dealers shall pay one per 
cent on gross sales. 

Lawyers — Each practicing Lawyer, or firm having 
an office or residing in the city, $5. 

Hucksters — Every non-resident huckster or trader 
or the agent of such, who buys marketable articles 
for sale in other markets, $50. 

Billiards— Bagatelle — Each Bagatelle or Billiard 
Table $25. 

Junk Shops — Each Junk Shop or dealer in metals, 
cordage, etc., $10. 

Factory — Mill — Every Mill, Manufactory, Machine 
Shop, or Foundry, employing steam, $5. 

Railroads— Every Railroad Company having a de- 
pot or office in the city, $50. All Railroad Agencies, 
selling tickets, or soliciting travel, each $5. 

Penalty — Every person carrying on any business 
within the city, without having first paid the license 
tax, shall be fined $20. 

Per Cent — Auctioneers, Commercial Brokers, and 
Commission Merchants, in addition to their license 
tax, shall pay one-tenth of one per cent, on gross 
sale. 

Real Estate — On each $100 valuation of Real Es- 
tate seventy-five cents. 

Personal Property— On all personal property, taxed 
at tnis time by the State, within the corporate limits 
of the City, included under the name of personal 
property, money, credit, bonds, stocks, f 'etc, on each 
$100 value 75c. 

Poll Tax— On every poll $2.25. 

Dogs — On each dog $1. On each bitch running at 
large $10. 

Goats — On each goat running at large $2. 
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Circus — Menagerie — Shows — Each Circus Compa- 
ny, or Menagerie, for each day's exhibition in the 
corporation, $20. 

Side Shows, at each tent where an admission fee is 
charged, $5. 

Each person or Company, of Stage Players, Sleight 
of Hand Performers, Ethiopian Serenaders, Instru- 
mental or Vocal Concert Company, Rope Walker, or 
Exhibition of Artificial or Natural Curiosity, for one 
day $5 ; each additional day $3. 

Ring Tricks — Ring tricks and other gambling con- 
cerns, or games of chance, prohibited under penalty 
of a fine not to exceed $50, or imprisonment not ex- 
ceeding thirty days. 

Peddlers — Upon all itenerant Merchants, or Ped- 
dlers, vending or offering to vend in the city, a tax 
of $25 a year; except such as sell Books, Charts, or 
Maps, whether sold by auctioneers or otherwise. 

Carriage — Buggy Agents — Every agent for the sale 
of carriages, buggies, wagons and other vehicles, shall 
pay a tax of $10 

Architect — Builder— On every Architect, or Con- 
tracting Builder, $5. 

Bill Poster— On every Bill-Poster $3. And no per- 
son shall have the right to post bills, or collect pay 
therefor who has not paid the tax. 

Liquor Dealers — All persons selling spirituous or 
vinous liquors, in quantities less than a quart, shall 
pay a license tax of $100. 

All persons selling Malt Liquors, by wholesale or 
retail, shall pay a license tax of $50. 

Every Wholesale Liquor Dealer $50. 

Tobacco Manufactories and Warehouses — On each 
Cigar Manufactory, Tobacco Factory, or Tobacco 
Warehouse, $5. 

Dancing Schools— On every Dancing School $5. 

Express Company — Each Express Company $40. 

Drays — Every Drayman shall pay on each Dray $5. 

Fresh Fish — Every person selling fresh fish, except 
at a market stall shall pay a tax of $5. 

Gas Company — On every Gas Company $50. 

Horse Drover — On every Horse Drover and every 
other person w"ho buys and sells or offers to buy and 
sell Horses or Mules as a business, $10. 

Engine and Machinery Agents — On every agency 



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Pure Tent Wines for Sackamental Purposes. 
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for the sale of Steam Engines or Machinery, not 
manufactured in the city, or person selling the same 
on his own account, $5. 

Itenerant dealers in Steam Engines and Machinery 
$10. 

Oil Agents — On every agency for the sale of oils $5. 

Skating Rink — On every Skating Rink, for one 
year or less time, $5. 

Shooting Gallery — On every Shooting Gallery, for 
one year or less, $5. 

Soda Fountains — On every Soda, or Mineral Water 
Fountain, $3. 

Stallions— Jacks— On every Stallion or Sack, stand- 
ing in the city, $10. 

Safe Agents — On every agency for the sale of Safes, 
or Company selling the same, $10. 

Lecturers — On each Lecture for reward and every 
teacher of any art or science, accompanied or fol- 
lowed by the delivery of any artice of value, map or 
chart, for compensation, unless such lecture be given 
for religious or charitable purposes, $5. 

Building and Loan Association — On every Building 
and Loan Association, or Association by whatever 
na l me or style known, having for its object or purpose 
the lending of money, $10. 

Dairies- On each Dairy Wagon or Vehicle $5. 

GREENSBORO POSTOFFICE. 

Postmaster — J. D. White. 
Assistant — B. F. Parker. 
Mailing Clerk— W. H. Rees. 
Service. 
Over R&D. R. R., double daily. 
Over Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley, daily. 
Over Goldsboro Branch, daily. 
Over Salem (Winston) Branch, double daily. 

Star Service. 

To Randleman's Factory, Randolph county, sup- 
plying Sumner, Level Cross and New Salem/leaves 
Tuesday's and Saturday's at 6 a. m. ; returns Mon- 
day's and Friday's at 7 o'clock p. m. 



52 DIRECTORY. 



To Snow Camp, Allamance county, supplying Hin- 
ton, Gilmer's Store, Shaw's Mills, Brick Church and 
Hartshorn, arrives Wednesdays and Saturdays at- 
12 o'clock m. ; leaves same days at 1 p. m. 

To Lang's Mill, Randolph county, supplying 
Thorn's Mill's, Tabernacle and Plain Crystal ; arrives 
Saturdays at 12 o'clock m. ; leaves 1 o'clock same day. 

Postoifices in Guilford County. 

Allamance, Hinton, 

Brick Chuch, Jamestown, 

Brown's Summit, Liberty Store, 

Busick, McLeansville, 

Centre, New Garden, 

Colfax, Oak Ridge, 

Company Mills, Plain, 

Crystal, Pleasant Garden, 

Deep River, Pond, 

Freeman's Mills, Shaw's Mills, 

Friendship, Summerfield, 

Gibsonville, Sumner, 

Gilmer's Store, Tabernacle, 

Greensboro, Thorn's Mills, 

High Point, Westminster. 

Hillsdale, 

LOCAL FEDERAL OFFICERS. 
District Attorney United States Courts. 
James E. Boyd for Western District of N. C. 

Clerk Federal Courts. 
J. W. Payne, office S. Elm st. 

United States Marshall. 
Thomas B. Keogh for Western District of Norths 
Carolina ; Lorenzo A. Bailey, Chief Deputy. 
Collector Internal Revenue. 
Peyton H. Bilbro, Deputy Collector Internal Reve- 
nue 5th District, office S. Elm st. 

United States Commissioner. 
J. W. Payne, office S. Elm st. 

SECRET SOCIETIES. 
IndependentiOrder of Odd Fellows. 

SOVERIGN GRAND LODGE. 

Luther J. Glenn, M. W.. G. B. ; Erie J. Leach, R. W.. 



TRY IWCOIB'S, 



PUKE WINES, LIQUORS, TO- 
BACCO and CIGAES, 

i/IcAdoo House. Greensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY, 53 



D. G. S.; Joshua Vansant, R. W. G. T. ; Theodore A. 
Ross, R. W. G. S. ; Rev. J. W. Venable, R. W. G. C. ; 
Beldin Seymour, R, VV. G. M. ; J. T. Thornbrook, R. 
W. G. G. ; Cbas. H. Gatch, R. W. G. M. 

GRAND LODGE OF STATE. 

J. F. Payne, M. W. r G. M., Monroe ; J. E. Woodward, 
R. W. D. G. M., Wilson; H. E. Bates, R. W. G. W., 
Newberne ; J. J. Litchford, R. W. G. S., Raleigh ; R. 
J. Jones, R. W. G. T., Wilmington ; Rev. C. C. Dod- 
son, W. G. C, Wilson; C. B. Edwards, W. G. M., 
Raleigh; I. H. Nelson, W. G. C, Winston; T. B. 
Hasket, W. G. G., Hamilton ; J. H. Pugh, W. G. H., 
Wilmington; J. F. Hosteller, Dist. Dep., Charlotte ;.. 
Dr. T. A. Crowell, Dist. Dep., Monroe ; W. R. Edwards, 
Dist. Dep., Lincolton. 

Beuna Vista Lodge, No 21, meet Tuesday evenings 
in Odd Fellows Temple ; W. H. Turner, N. G., J. W. 
Albright, sec. 

Paisley Encampment, No. 10, meet Friday evenings 
monthly. 

Masons. 

Grand Lodge of North Carolina meets at Raleigh 
second Wednesday in January, 1885. Robert Bing- 
ham, G. M., Bingham's; D. W. Bain, G. S., Raleigh. 

Grand Chapter R. A. M., meets at time and places 
previouslv appointed. Eugene Grissom, G. H. P. ;. 
D. W. Bain, G. S., Raleigh. 

Grand Commandery K. T. meets October, 1884, at 
Raleigh. Eugene Grissom, G. C, Raleigh; J. C. 
Munds, G. R., Wilmington. 

Greensboro Lodge. No. 76 — Meet Saturday next 
preceding full moon. W. D. Trotter, W. M.; J. F. 
Stephens, sec. 

Chapter in partially organized state. 

Knights of Honor. 

Guilford Lodge, No. 1777— Meet first and third 
Thursday evenings at Odd Fellows' Temple. J. H. 
Harris, die ; H. H. Cartland, rep. 

Knights and Ladies of Honor. 

Greensboro Lodge, No 389— Meet second and fourth.. 



54 DIRECTORY. 



Thursday evenings at Odd Fellows' Temple. F. S. 
Eldridge, pro.; H. H. Cartland, sec 
Knights of Pythias. 
Supreme Lodge of the World — John P. Linton, P. 
S. C, Johnstown, Pennsylvania; John Van Valken- 
hurg, S. C, Fort Madison, Iowa ; Howard Douglass, S. 
V. C, Cincinnati, Ohio ; John S. King, S. P., Toronto, 
Ontario ; J. S. Willey, S. M. of E , Wilmington, Del.; 
R. E. Cowan, S. K. of R and S.., Kansas City, Mo.; 
Halvor Nelson, S. sec. of E. R., Washington City, D. 
C; Geo. B. Shaw, S. M. at A., Eau Claire, Wis.; C. F. 
Bragg, S. I. G., Bangor, Me; Jno. 0. W. Thompson, 
S. O. G , WashingtoiTCity. D C. 

Greensboro Lodge, No. 28— Meet Monday evenings 
at Odd Fellows' Temple. J. H. Harris, C. C; S. A. 
Kerr, K. of R. and S. 

Royal Arcanum 
Have an organization. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 
Band of Hope. 
(Juvenile Temperance)— Meet Mondays 4:30 p.m., 
at Bogart's Hall. 

Sons of Temperance. 
Meet Monday evenings. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union. 

Meet Thursdays at 4:30 o'clock p m., at Odd Fellows' 
Temple. Mrs. F. M. Bumpass, prest. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

Meet Friday evenings at 8 o'clock ; Sunday after- 
noons at 4:30 o'clock. Michael Sherwood, sec; A. 
Weatherly, treas. 

COLORED SOCIETIES. 
Good Samaritans. 
Two branches. 

Grand United Order Odd Fellows. 

Masons. 

CHURCHES. 

Episcopal. 

Diocese of North Carolina Convention— Meets at 

places and times previously appointed. Bishop Rfc* 



TRY 



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TOBACCO AND CMAKS, 



DIRECTORY. 55 



Rev. Theodore B. Lyman, D. D. ex. off. chairman; Ed- 
ward R. Rich, secretary, Raleigh. 

Standing Committee— Rev. M. M. Marshall, D.D., 
Rev. Joseph B. Cheshire„Rev. Edward R. Rich, R. H. 
Battle, W. E Anderson ; reported members at Con- 
vention in State 12,150. Since the above convention 
a new Diocese has been erected called the Diocese of 
E. Carolina, consisting of the counties of Gates, Hert- 
ford, Bertie, Martin, Pitt, Greene, Wayne, Sampson, 
Cumberlond. Robinson and all east ; those west com- 
prising the Diocese of North Carolina. 

St. Barnabas. Rev. Alfred H. Stubbs, rector, nw 
corner Gaston and Greene sts. 

ISaptist. 

North Carolina Baptist State Convention— Meets 
annually Wednesday before the third Sunday in No- 
vember at place previously appointed. Hon. J. C. 
Scarborough, prest., Raliegh ; N. B. Broughton, Ral- 
eigh, and N. L. Shaw, Harrelsville, sees. 

North Carolina State Mission Board. John E. Ray, 
sec, Raliegh ; Sunday School Board same. 

Educational Board. Prof. C. E. Taylor, correspond- 
ing sec, Wake Forrest College, N. C. 

Western Baptist Convention (covering that portion 
of the State west of the mountains) — Meets annually 
in October at places previously appointed. Rey. D. 
B. Nelson, prest., Hendersonville; C. E. Lee, sec, 
Asheville. 

Sunday School Convention— Meets annually at call 
of prest. N. B. Broughton, prest., Raleigh; R. D. 
Graham, sec, Charlotte. 

College— Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, N. C. 

Membership in State, 244,740—116,041 white, 101,- 
699 colored ; 27,000 anti-missionary. 

Baptist Church— Rev. E. F. Baldwin, pastor; S. 
Elm, near Washington st. 

Methodist. 

North Carolina M. E. Conference, South — Bishop 
John C. Keener, prest; Donald W. Bain, sec, Raleigh; 



n F raym flfl MwuHowMXK 

111 1 ■ UU IV jjjl| UU 8 s. Elm St., Greensboro, N. C. 
56 DIRECTORY. 

meets at times and places appointed by body. Mem- 
bership about 110,000. 

Methodist Episcopal — North side W. Market, near 
Edgeworth st; Rev. L. W. .Crawford, pastor; Prof. W. 
F. Alderman, Sunday school supt. 

Societies — Woman's Missionary Society, Parsonage 
Aid Society. 

Presbyterian. 

Synod of North Carolina — Meets in the fall of each 
year at times and places previously appointed. Num- 
ber of ministers, 120; membership about 20,000. 

Presbytery of Mecklenburg— Meets semi-annually 
at times and places previously appointed; 33 minis- 
ters; Rev. R. Z. Johnston, clerk, Lincolnton, 

Presbyterian Church — Rev. J. Henry Smith, pas- 
tor; Judge R. P. Dick, supt. Sunday school. 

Ladies' Missionary Society. 

Earnest Workers' Society. 

Ladies' Independent Foreign Missionary Society. 

COLORED CHURCHES. 

Methodist. 

A. M. E. Church — Rev. Morris, pastor; Sunday 

school. 

M. E. Church— Rev. Collett, pastor ; Sunday 

school. 

Presbyterian. 

Presbyterian Church— Rev. E. H. Garland, pastor; 
Sunday school. 

Baptist. 

Providence Baptist Church— Rev. W. T. H. Wood- 
ward, pastor; N. C. R. R., opp Bennett College. 

CEMETERIES. 

Confederate Cemetery — Mebane road, near Bragg st. 
Greenwood Cemetery — Spring st and n limits. 
Methodist Cemetery — Mebane road, near Bragg st. 
Presbyterian Cemetery — Northeast cor Church and 
Lindsay sts. 



H For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

SJp^^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, ----- Greensboro, N. C. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



WHITE DEPARTMENT. 



To find a name know how it is spelled. 

Half numbers mean upstairs. 

Errata, changes and removals will be found in last pag j *. 

Where residence or business is located in some named build- 
ing or block, see name of fame in regular classification of white 
department. 

Colored Department follows White. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 



al alley 

ave, avenue 

bdp board- 
bet between 

ble building 

elk clerk 

cond conductor 

dept departmem 

en/.. engineer 

es ea*t side 

frt freieht 

lab laborer 

mfjz manufacturing 

mfr manufacturer 



nr near 

ns north side 

op opposite 

res esides 

R. M S raiiwav mail service 

R. R "-ailroad 

necy secretary 

ss south side 

st street 

sup' superintendent 

servt servant 

wash C. washerwoman 

wid widow 

ws west side 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY AT THE END OF NAME DEPART- 
MENT. SEE INDEX. 

If name or other information wanted is not found in its 
proper classification, see addenda and errata in last pages. 

A BBOTT J. T., machinist Sergeant Mfg Co , res 
^* Forbes, 1 h n Gaston st 
Adams Edward, elk W. H. Wakefield & Co., bds Geo. 

Adams 
Adams Miss Fannie, res George Adams 
Adams G. M., harnessmkr L. Houston, res es Ashe- 
boro, 2 h n E. Lee st 
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White Department. 

Adams William, res George Adams 

Albright Miss Carrie, res Geo. W. Albright 

Albright Miss Clara, res J. W. Albright. 

Al brig ht E. G , res S. A. Howard. 

Albright Geo. W., res es Davie st, 1 h n E. Market 

Albright Joseph, groceries, bds Mrs. G. W. Albright. 

Albright J. F., of McKnight & Albright, res E. Mar- 
ket st 

Albright. J W., auctioneer, res ne cor Ash and W. 
Market st 

Albright P. R , bkkpr Handle Wks, res S. A. Howard 

Albright R M., tel opr, res S. A. Howard 

Alderman A, H., bkkpr the Nat Bank 

Alderman Miss A. M., res Prof. W. F. Alderman 

Alderman Miss DeL , teacher music Greensboro Fe 
male College, res Prof. W. F. Alderman 

Alderman E. H.. elk Greensboro Nat Bank, res se 
cor Ashboro and Davis st 

Alderman Miss Myra V., res Prof. W. F. Alderman. 

Alderman Prof. W. F , mathematics and ancient lan- 
guages Greensboro Female College, res nw cor Ce- 
dar and W. Market sts. 

Aldrich J. P., groceries, res Gaston st 

Aldridgre Joe, bds Mrs. J. J Johnson 

ALFORD Bit. H. Jtt., physician, and of Alford & Mi- 
ch a ux, drugs, res es Davie, 2 h s E. Washington st 

ALFORD & 'MICHAUX, drugs, S. Elm st 

Alien Dr. A. I,., patent medicines, bds McAdoo House 

Allen William E., asst bkkpr the Nat Bank, bds 
Miss J. J. Mendenhall 

Alley Charles M., res G. "W . Alley 

Alley G. W., line repairer W. U. Tel Co., res Cedar 
st, nr Cemetery 

Alley G. W. jr., agt C. F. & Y. V. R. R, res G. W. Al- 
ley 

Allred J. P.. groceries, res ns Gaston st, She Davie 

Alsop W. D., propr Central Hotel, cor W. Market 
and Elm sts 

Amsteth Adolph, res se limits, nr Greensboro Handle 
Wks 

Anderson Mrs. A. A., wid, res'ws Spring, 1 h s W. 
Market st 

Anderson Mad. Carrie, res junc. C. F. & Y. V. R. R 
and Mebane road 



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White Department. 

Anderson Miss Jennie, res Mad. Ida Brown 
Andrews Miss Fannie, housekeeper Planters Hotel 
Andrews Greek 0., res Louis W. Andrews 
Andrews H. L., elk Thomas Bailey, res T. W. Wiley- 
Andrews Louis W., ins and grist mill, res ws Ash st, 

1 h s W. Washington st 

Andrews R. W., elk G. Will Armfield, bds Central 

Hotel 
Andrews S. G., wks Greensboro Gas Light Co., res 

country 
ANDREWS THOMAS D., supt Greensboro Gas Light 

Co., reS es Forbes, op Gaston st 
Andrews W. H., wks Sergeant Mfg Co, res se limits, 

nr Greensboro Handle Wks 
Apple Troy, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res Jones- 

boro 
Apple Win. M., guard county jail, res nw cor Gilmer 

and E. Market sts 
Arbuckle R. F., wks H. W. Bowley, bds Willis Sikes 
Archer A., wks North Carolina Handle Co 
ARM FIE LB G. WILL, dry goods, etc., res ws Ash st, 

2 b n Walker ave 

Armfield Miss Melvina, seamstress H. H. Cartland 
Atkinson Roger P., C. F. & Y. V. R. R., res ss Spring 
st, 1 h s W. Washington st 

"DAILEY LORENZO A., Chief Deputy U. S. Mar- 

•*-' shal, res ns W. Market, 1 h w Elm st 

Bailey Thomas, grocer, res ws S. Elm st, 6 h n R. & 

D. tracks 
Baker John L., drummer, res sw cor Ash and W. 

Washington sts 
Baldwin Miss C. W., res Rev. E. F. Baldwin 
Baldwin Rev. E. F., pastor Baptist church, res ss W. 

Market st, 3 h e Edgeworth 
Baldwin Miss Reba L , res Rev. E. F. Baldwin 
Ball Rev. J. R., pastor Methodist Protestant circuit, 

res ws Spring st, 1 h n Gaston 
Ball Miss Lucy, res William S. Ball 
Ball Mack W., elk Alford & Michaux, res Rev. J. R. 

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White Department. 

Ball Miss Mary E., res Rev. J. R. Ball 

Ball W. S., lawyer, res se cor E. Lee and Davie sts 

Balsley J. B., farmer, res Ash st and R. & D. R. R 

Band of Hope (juvenile temperance) 

Baptist Church, Rev. E. F. Baldwin, pastor, s Elm,. 

nr Washington 
Barker John, groceries, tobacco factory and saloon, 

res se cor Green and Gaston sts 
Barker J. H., county canvasser Singer Mfg Co 
Barentine Duncan, elk W. M. Houston, res ns Mebane- 

road, 5 h w Ash st 
Barentine Miss Mollie, res Duncan Barentine 
Barringer John A., lawyer, bds Ben bow House *■ 
Barringer Will C, mdse broker, res S. Elm st 
BACHELDOR PROF. J. M., Smithdeal Business 

College, bds Mrs, G. W. Albright 
Beard C. R., bkpr J. L. King & Co , bds Men- 

denhall 
Beard Samuel, res W. C. Swan 
Beard Z. R., bkkpr J. L. King & Co., bds Miss J. J 

Mendenhall 
Beardsley Miss M , drawing and painting Greens- 
boro Female College 
Beall Dr. W. P., physician, res ws Ashboro st, 1 h se- 

Lee 
BENBOW C* D., manager Benbow House, res same 
BENBOW D. W. CL, propr Benbow House, Benbow 

dairy, also Benbow's Opera House 
BENBOW HOUSE, D. W. C. Benbow, propr 
Benbow Miss Lillie, res Benbow House 
Benbow Miss Mamie, res Benbow House 
Benbow Opera House, D. W. C. Benbow, propr 
Benbow D. W. C, propr Benbow House 
Bennett Mrs. M., wid, res J. B Basley 
Bevil William, Farmers' Warehouse, bds Planters' 

Hotel » 
Bilbro Henry, wks R. & D. coal chute, res se cor Cedar 

st and Mebane road 
Bilbro Peyton H., dep col int rev, res s limits and 

Mebane road 
Bishop John, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Black Miss Dora, cook D. Curtis 
Blackburn W. J., elk Sample S. Brown, bds Planters*' 

Hotel 



TRY NKWCOMB'S 



PURE WUNES, LIQUORS, TO- 
BACCO and CIGARS, 
McAdoo House, Creensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY. 61 



White Department. 

babbitt J. M., elk G. Will Armfield, res W. H. Babbitt 

Babbitt W. H., bar tender J. A. Short, res ns E. Mar- 
ket, 1 h n E. Elm st 

Bogart's Hall, nw cor Greene and W. Market sts 

IBogart William, res W. B. Bogart 

TSogart W. B , dry goods, res es Church, 5 h n Lind- 
say st 

Boner Miss Laura, res Miss Maria Boner 

-Boner Miss Maria, res nw cor Sycamore and Greene 
sts 

jBoone John C, carpenter, res ns Gaston, 2 h e Davie st 

.Bosher R. T.. bar tender S. J. McCauley, res ns Gas- 
ton, 2 h e Elm st 

Bosley J. B., res R. & D. R. R, tracks and Ash st 

Bowley H. W., shoe mfr, res es Asheboro, 2 h s E. 
Leest 

IBoyd James E., U. S. Dist. Atty., res ns W. Market st, 
op Female College 

BOYD R. F« & CO., shoes, S. Elm st 

J50YD R. R, of R. F. Boyd & Co., shoes, bds Planters' 
Hotel 

Boyd Thomas, student, res J. E. Boyd 

Bran nan W. J., moulder Sergeant Mfg Co, bds Mrs. 
L E. Smith 

Rranson Clifford, student, res A. J. Odell 

Branson Mrs. R., wid, res A. J. Odell 

Branson W. H., of Odell & Co , whol dry goods and 
groceries, res E. Washington st 

Brent Miss Maude, res J. W. Payne 

Brent Miss Sallie, teacher Graded School, res J. W. 
Payne 

Brewer Mrs. Agnes, wid, res junc S. Elm and Ash sts 
and Mebane road 

3rewer G. G., night watchman C. F. & Y. V. R. R., 
res Mrs. Agnes Brewer 

Bruton Miss Ella, teacher Female College, res Rev. J. 
R. Bruton 

Brockman A. J., groceries, res ss E. Market st and R. 
& D. R. R 

Brockman A. J., jr., res A. J. Brockman 

jBrockman Miss Emma, res A. J. Brockman 



62 DIB EC TORY. 



White Department. 

Brockman J. L., elk Sanaple S. Brown, res A. J* 

Brockman 
Brooks R. H., elk Harris & Flippen 
Brown Miss D., elk Sample S. Brown, res "William 

Brown 
Brown H. L , res sw cor W- Market and Greene sts 
Brown Mrs. H. L., dressmaking, res H. L. Brown 
Brown Mad. Ida, res ns Sycamore, 6 h w Forbes st 
Brown James, watchman Greensboro Handle Wks,. 

res Jonesboro 
Brown J. L., elk W. R. Murray, res H. L. Brown 
Brown Miss Lula, student, res H. L. Brown 
Brown Michael, blacksmith, res es Davie st, 3 h n E. 

Washington 
Brown Mrs. N. A.., wid, boarding, res ss Sycamore st, 

1 h w S. Elm 
Brown Miss N., res Mr3. N. A. Brown 
Brown Miss Ora, res Mrs. N. A. Brown 
Brown Peyton, cond N. £. R. R., bds L. M. Hawkins- 
Brown Miss Rodman, elk Sample S. Brown 
BROWN SAMPLE S., dry goods, clothing, carpets, 

etc., res cor Washington and Greene sts 
Brown Thomas, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Brown William, elk Sample S. Brown, res Ashboro 

road 
Bruton Rev. J. R., res ss W. Market, 1 h w Spring st 
Bruton Miss Sarah, asst literary department Greens- 
boro Female College 
Bryan Cicero J., res es Ashboro st, op E. Lee 
Buchanan W. K., gen mdse, res ws s Elm st, 1 h n- 

R. & D. tracks 
Bullock S. B., meat and vegetables, Market House 
Bum pass Miss E. H., asst literary department,. 

Greensboro Female College 
Bumpass Mrs. F. M., res ws Mendenhall st, 1 h s W. 

Market 
Burgess D. A , elk Fields & Turner, bds J. T. Turner 
Burkhead L. P., harnessmkr Ross & Vanstory, bds 

Guilford House 
Burns J. S., groceries, res ws Ashboro, 12 h s Lee st 
Burrus Nathan, carpenter, res W. E. McCormack 
Burnside, Miss E. E., saleslady Mrs. W. S. Moore, bds^- 

Planters' Hotel 



TRY 



newcomb's PURE WINES, LSOUORS, 

TOlU'iCOAXDOIGAKS. 



DIRECTORY. 6 

ALDCLEUGH E. M. & BRO., groceries and con- 



C 



fections, S. Elm st 

Caldcleugh E. M., of E. M. Caldcleugh & Bro , grocer- 
ies and confections, res S. Elm st 

Caldcleugh R. A., of E. M. Caldcleugh & Bro., grocer- 
ies and confections, res S. Elm st 

Caldwell Miss Carrie, res W. P. Caldwell 
Caldwell Miss Daisv, res W. P. Caldwell 
Caldwell D. F., bds Mrs. L. E. Smith 
Caldwell Miss Mamie, teacher Graded School, res W. 

P. Caldwell 
Caldwell Mitchell, wks Greensboro Handle Co , res ns 

W. Market, 2 h w Mendenhall st 
Caldwell W. P., lawyer, res nw cor W. Market and 

Ash st? 
GALIUM BROS. & CO., drugs, paints and onion set 

growers, S Elm st 
CAILUM DR. J. R., of Galium Bros, drugs, les ws 

Church, 8 h n Lindsay st 
Callum Kirkpatrick, elk Callum Bros , res Dr. J. R. 

Callum 
Callum Nathaniel wagon repairs, res Joneshoro 
CAIIUM N. HARDING, of N. Harding Callum & 

Co., res Dr. J. R Callum 
CAIIUM N. HARDING & CO., groceries and com- 
mission, res Dr J. R Callum 
CALLUM W. L., of Callum Bros. & Co., paints, drugs 

and onion set growers, res Dr. J. R. Callum 
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley R. R Co., Julius A. 

Gray, prest, office over Greensboro Nat. Bank 
Carson J. F., machinist Sergeant Mfg Co., res ss E. 

Market, 2 h n Forbes st 

Carson Miss M. E.. res Carson 

CARTIAND II. H., merchant tailor and furnisher, 

res es Asheboro, 1 h s E Lee st 
Causey John F., wks Sergeant Mfg Co 
Causey Joseph, res asheboro road 
Causey Mrs. J . wid, res ss Me'oane, 3 h w Forbes st 
Causey Miss Mary, res J. P. Allred 
Central Hotel, W. D. Alsop, propr, cor W. Market and 

Elm sts 



II F RflYH & fill B"«s, shoes $rcom 

AM I ■ limil WUUlsElm St., Greensboro, N. C. 

64 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

CENTRAL PROTESTANT (Methodist), weekly, J. L. 

Michaux 
Chamberlain Mrs S., wid, res G. T. Terry 
Cheek Dr. B. A., physician, res ns W. Market, bet Ash 

and Greene sts 
Cheek Miss Eliza, res Dr. B. A. Cheek 
Cheek John, -ear inspector R. & D. R. R , bds Mrs. 

M. H Townsend 
Clark Mrs. M. A., wid, res Charles S. Wooton 
Claypool George W., bds Guilford House 
Clendennin J C, foreman Daily Workman 
Clendennin John, printer boy The Patriot 
Coble Mrs. D , wid, res es Church st, nr limits 
Coble D A., ex mess C. P. & Y. V. R. R , res Mrs. D. 

C° ble , r ^ A ul 

Coble George H , cond N. C. R. R., res Mrs. D. Coble 
Coble J. W. coni N C R. R , res Mrs D. Coble 
Cobb Mrs. M. E . res Mrs. D. Coble 
C1WL3 ML«.Mi)'lU res Mrs. D. Coble __ - 

Coffin William E., frt elk R. & D. R R., res nw cor 

Walker ave and Spring st 
Cole H. W., elk Callum Bros. & Co 
Cole J. H., watchman R. & D. R. R , res es Davie, 

4 h n E. Washington st 
Collett R»v. Elias, minister, res rear Bennett College 
Collins- William, groceries and undertaking, res ns 

Sycamore st, 2 h w Davie st 
Collins William, jr., res William Collins 
Confederate Cemetery, Mebane road, nr Bragg st 
Cook James, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Cooper W. C , bds A. J. Kern 
Corl Chas , blksmith, res D. W. Corl 
Corl D. W., blksmith, res se cor Mebane and Davie sts 
Corl Miss Sallie, res D. W. Corl 
Cotton Mrs. Lucy, wid, res Berry Curtis 
Couch A. R., elk W. R. Murray, res ss Ashboro st, 

2 h e Davie st 
Cousins Aubrey, bds Mrs. M. E. Townsend 
Cox 0. R., of Odell & Co., whol dry goods and gro- 
ceries, res Cedar Falls 
Crawford Rev. L. W., pastor M. E. church, res nwcor 

Spring and W. Market sts 



tl fl VIMfTflflUfllfl Wines and Liquors Lead the State! 
K IT Hi hWll MK N PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 
Mi Mi «M H UUllitf U McAdoo House. Greensboro. N. C. 



McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 
DIRECTORY. 65 



White Department. 

Crittenden Eugene, elk Alsop, res Richard Crit- 
tenden 
•Crittenden Miss Minnie, res Richard Crittenden 
Crittenden Richard, res se cor Market and Greene sts 
Crump W. B., groceries, res Ashboro st and limits 
Crump W. P., platform policeman R. & D. R. R 
Cunningham Mrs. B. A., wid, res ws Church st, nr 

limits 
Cunningham P. H., barkpr John Barker, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Curtis Miss Belle, res J. C. Curtis 
Curtis Berry, res ws Church st, nr R. & D. R. R 
Curtis C. F., res W. H. Curtis 
■Curtis Miss Dora, res J. C. Curtis 
Curtis D., of D. Curtis & Co., and Odell & Co., dry- 
goods, res ne cor E. Washington and Forbes sts 
Curtis D. & Co., dry goods, S. Elm, nr Washington st 
Curtis Edward, job printer J. S. Hampton & Co 
Curtis Miss Fanny, seamstress H. H. Cartland, bds 

Henry L. Hines 
Curtis J. E., compositor North State, res J. C. Curtis 
Curtis J. C, compositor, res es N. Elm st, op Court 

House 
Curtis Miss Maude E., student Greensboro Female 

College, res D. Curtis 
Curtis Walter M., elk D Curtis, res same 
Curtis W. H., press feeder, Thomas Reece & Co., res 
ws Church, nr R. & D. R. R 

D ALTON P. H., prescription elk Porter & Dalton, 
bds Mrs. N. A. Brown ^ 

DALTON R. F., of Porter & Dalton, drugs, res nw cor 

W. Market and Edgeworth sts 
Davis John, helper Charles G. Yates Son's 
Dick Miss A. W., res W. S. Rankin 
Dick & Dilliard, law school, ws N. Elm st, nr Court 

House 
Dick Eiss Emma, res Judge R. P. Dick 
Dick G. A., planter, res ne limits, nr R. & D. R. R 
Dick Samuel, res Judge R. P. Dick 
Dick Miss Susie, res Judge R. P. Dick 



iuie(i?i&(]a¥BJi!iii R E KS 



66 DIRECTORY 



"White Department 

Dick Judge E. P., of Dick & Dillard, law school, res 

Dunleath 
DICKSON H. H., of Interstate Directory Co. and job 

printer, 32 S. Broad st, Atlanta, Ga 
Dillard Drew, res J. H. Diilard 
Dillard John H., res ns Gaston st, lhe Ash st 
Dillard J. H, jr., of Dillard & King, lawyers, res J. 

H. Dillard 
Dillon J. J , wks G. T. Glascock, bds Mrs. J. J. John- 
son 
Dilworth Arrington, magistrate, ne cor W. Market 

and Spring sts 
Dilworth Miss Eudora, res Arrington Dilworth 
Dilworth Miss Mary, res Arrington Dilworth 
Dispatchers Office R. & D. R. R., s\v cor New and S. 

Elm sts 
Dixon J. C, res M. C. Dixon 

Dixon M. C, farmer, res ws Church st, nr limits 
Dixon M. L., res M. C. Dixon 
Dixon Miss N. L., res M. C Dixon 
Denny Robert, carpenter, res June Clay st and Bell 

Meade ave 
Detmering H. W., R. & D. R. R., res es Forbes st, 4 h 

n Gaston st 
Dewey Miss M. W., instrumental music Greensboro 

Female College 
Doak William B., res J. W. Doak 
Doak Miss Mary C, res J. W. Doak 
Doak Miss Eula E., res J. W. Doak 
Doak J. W\, wks Handle Co., res ws Cedar st, cor 

(piston 
Dodson John A., bds Benbow House 
Dodson Miss Nora, res John Barker 
Dodson Silas C, asst agt frt office R. & D. R. R., res- 

ns E. Market st, 1 h w Lvndon 
Dodson Will C, res S. C. Dodson 
Donnell Miss Berta, res John Donnell 
Donnell Calvin, moulder, res John Donnell 
Donnell Miss Daisy, res George Donnell 
Donnell Geoige, farmer, res ns Gaston st, 3 h e Edge- 



worth 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^^"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
MeAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 67 



White Department. 
Donnell Miae Jessie, res John Donnell 
Donnell James, wks Sergeant Mfg Co 
Donnell John, carpenter Sergeant Mfg Co , res ss E. 

Washington st, 2 h e Forbes st 
Donnell John, jr., moulder Sergeant Mfg. Co., res 

John Donnell 
Donnell VV. C, moulder Sergeant Mfg Co 
Dorsett C. H, elk John Barker, bds same 
Doub F. H„ elk William Doub, res same 
Doub Miss R. R., elk William C. Doub, res same 
DOUB WILLIAM C, bookseller and stationer, and 

prin graded school, res Gaston, bet Spring and-Ce- 
l . dar sts 

Douglas R M , farmer, res es Ashboro st, 2 h s !ni. .^ee 
Donghty C. H , shoemkr, res ns Sycamore st, 1 h w 

Greene 
Dudley Andrew H , groceries, res H. J. Williams 
Duke J. E., harnessmkr L. Houston, bds Willis 

Sikes 

EADES JOSEPH J., elk G. Will Armfield, res Mrs. 
P. Eades 

Eades Mrs. P., wid, res ss E. Market st, 1 h n Gilmer 

Earle Miss Lena, bds Mad. Carrie Anderson 

East Whitt, elk R. & D. R. R., bds Mrs. N. A. Brown 

Eckel A. P., gen mdse, res Davie st 

Eckel Dr. Edgar, res s end Elm st, 1 mile from Court 
House 

Eckel Eugene, elk Dist Attorney U. S. court, res cor 
Washington and Davie sts 

Eckel E. P., gen mdse, res Dr. H. M. Alford 

Edes J. J.., bkkpr G. Will Armfield 

Elam Harper J., compositor Patriot, res ss E. Wash- 
ington, 1 h w Forbes st 

Eldridge Miss A. C, res W K. Eldridge 

Eldridge Frank, foreman Greensboro Handle Wks, 
res ns E Washington, 3 h e Davie st 

Eldridge W. H., wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res W. 
K. Eldridge 

Eldridge W. K., res ns E. Washington, 2 h e Lyn- 



don st 



R. F. BOYD I CO. BO(,TS < SH0ES m mm 



South Elm S t., Greensboro, N. C. 
DIRECTORY. 



"White Department. 

Eldridge W. N., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Ellington Neal, cashier Greensboro Nat. Bank, bds 

W. C. Porter 
Ellington W. W., drummer, res Mrs. M. L. Sherwood 
Ellison A. H., pottery, res W. A. Andrews 
Ellison Dr. A. L., res E. Market st 
Episcopal Church, nw cor Gaston and Greene sts, 

Rev. Alfred H. Stubbs, rector 
Euliss J. J, elk G. Will Armfield, bds Planters' Hotel 

FARISS MRS. ANN, wid, res Mrs. M. Gorrell 
Fariss Henry, res Mrs. Mary Gorrell 
Fariss John, res Mrs. Mary Gorrell 
Farmer Robert, fireman R. & D. R. R , res ne cor S. 

Elm and Lee sts 
Farmers' Warehouse, junc Greene st and Belle Meade 

ave 
FARRAIt W. B., jeweler, res es Church, 7 h n Lind- 
say st 
Fetzer Frank H., baggage master N. C. R. R., res J. 

H. Fetzer 
Fetzer J. D., locomotive eng R. & D. R. R., res J. H. 

Fetzer 
Fetzer J. H., U. S. store keeper, res es Davie, 3 h n 

E. Lee st 
Fetzer Miss Katie, res J. H. Fetzer 
Fields J. E., saloon, bds Mrs. J. H. Townsend 
Fields & Turner, gen mdse, S. Elm st 
Fields W. A., of Fields & Turner, gen mdse, res es 

Davie, 1 h n Lee st 
FINCH C. L., of R. F. Boyd & Co., shoes, res Boyd- 

ton, Va 
Fishblate E. R., mgr Mrs. F. Fishblate, res same 
Fishblate Mrs. F., clothing, res nw cor Ash and W. 

Washington sts 
Fleming & Co., groceries, Lindsay Block 
Fleming R. A., of Fleming & Co., groceries, bds Willis 

Sikes 
Fleming Robert, bds Willis Sikes 
Flippen H. B., of Harris & Flippen, hardware, res 

se limits 



E.6.N 



EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Flippen P. G., elk Harris & Flipper) 
Fons Ellison, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Forbes James W., county treas, bds Planters' Hotel 
Forbes W. R., furniture, bds John McCulloch 
Forrest George, Greensboro Handle Wks, bds William 

Long 
Forrest Joseph, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Forsyth Miss Maggie, res John Lewis 
Foster & Eggert, real estate, S. Elm st 
Foster James, land agent, bds G. W. Albright 
Fowler Mrs. A. F., res es Ash, 2 h s W. Market 
Fowler Chas., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Fowler E. M., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Fowler Miss E. S., res Mrs. A. F, Fowler 
Fowler Miss Emma, seamstress H. H. Cartland 
Fowler John, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res Jones- 

boro 
Fowler J. G., presser H. H. Cartland, res Mrs. A. F. 

Fowler 
Fowler Miss Nettie, seamstress H H. Cartland 
Fowler Miss Nora, seamstress H. H. Cartland 
Fowler Miss S. L., res Mrs. A. F. Fowler 
Foye Jacob, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Frazier W. L., elk Odell Hardware Co., bds Planters 

Hotel 
Freeman Francis, servt Dr. W. P. Bell 
Freeman Henry, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Freight Office R. & D. R. R. S. Elm st and R. R. 

tracks 

GARDNER MISS BANIE, domestic R. L. Vernon 
GARDNER 0. M., of Interstate Directory Co., 32 
S. Broad st, Atlanta, Ga 
Gardner Miss Melinda, domestic E. H. Smith 
Garner J. T., tel oper, bds Mrs. N, A. Brown 
Garrett Mrs. E. O., wid, res J. M. Garrett 
Garrett J. M., res James West 
Gilmer Ellison L., student, res John A. Gilmer 
Gilmer Henry, res ns E. Market, 5 h e Davie st 
Gilmer Mies Julia, res Judge J. A. Gilmer 



70 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

Gilmer Judge J. A., Judge Superior Courts of the 
State, res junc Clay, N. Elm and Church sts 

Gilmer S. L M elk Sample S. Brown, bds Mrs. N. A. 
Brown 

Glascock Miss Ada, student Greensboro Female Col- 
lege, res G. T. Glascock 

GLASCOCK Gr. T*, foundry, turbine wheel, etc., res 
ws Ashboro, 14 h s Lee st 

Gleason J. A., train dispatcher R. & D. R. R., bds Mrs. 
Fannie Jones 

Glenn R. G., drugs, res ne cor W. Market and Cedar 
sts 

Golden E. G., groceries, res A. J. Golden 

Golden Miss Maggie, res Samuel Golden 

Golden Miss Mary, res Samuel Golden 

Golden Miss Mattie, res Samuel Golden 

Golden W. R., harnessmkr L. Houston, bds A J. 
Golden 

Golden Samuel, painter, res ws Church st, 8 h n 
Lindsay 

Goodman Joseph, elk Odell, bds Planters' Hotel 

Gorrell Mrs. Carrie, wid, res Mrs. M. E. Thacker 

Gorrell Miss Charlie, res Mrs. Mary Gorrell 

Gorrell Mrs. C. C, wid, millinery, res sw cor Syca- 
more and Ash sts 

Gorrell Mrs. Mary, wid, res ne cor Davie and Ash- 
boro sts 

Gorrell W. A., of J. W. Scott & Co., gen mdse, res 
Mrs. Mary Gorrell 

Graded School, Prof. W. C. Doub, prin, junc of Lind- 
say and Church sts 

Gray Albert, miller L. W. Andrews, res country 

Gray Miss Jessie L., res Julius A. Gray 

Gray Julius A., prest C. F. & Y. V. R. R., res se cor 
W. Washington and Spring sts 

Gray Miss Mary S., res Julius A. Gray 

Gray R. Percy, treas North State Improvement Co., 
res Julius A. Gray 

Greensboro Female College, Rev. T. M. Jones, A.M., 
D.D., prest, ss W. Market st, between Cedar and 
Mendenball sts 



EI 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^^""Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 71 

White Department. 

Greensboro Fire Co., No. 1, chemical, ns Gaston st, 

nr county jail 
GREENSBORO GAS LIGHT (JO., A. H. Lepwick, 

prest, Forbes, op Gaston st 
Greensboro Handle Wks, Thomas McMahon, propr, 

junc N. C. R. R. and E. Washington st 
Greensboro Postoffice, J. D. White, P. M., opposue 

Benbow House 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Factory, J. R. Menden- 

hall, sec, junc Mebane road and C". F. & Y. V. R. R. 
Gregory George H., lawyer, res ns W. Market, 1 h w 

Mendenha.il 
Gregory H. T., res George H. Gregory 
Gregory Dr. R. K., physician, res sw cor Spring and 

Market sts 
Gregory Richard N., student, res Dr. R. K. Gregory 
Gregory Miss Sue, res George H. Gregory 
Gregory Miss V. M., res Dr. R. K. Gregory 
Greenwood Cemetery, Spring st and n limits 
Gretter Mrs. L , res Dr. Edgar Ectel 
'Gretter Michael, bds Thomas Sloan 
GRIFFITH J, W., dentist, res ws Greene, 1 h s W. 

Market st 
Guilford County Court House, nw cor N. Elm and 

Market sts 
Guilford Countv Jail, O. C. Wheeler, jailer, nw cor 

Gaston and N. Elm sts 
Guilford House. Mrs. E. C. Waddington, proprss, ws 

S. Elm st, 8 h in R. & D. R. R 
Gullett C. L., elk Robert Gullett, res same 
Gullett Robert, furniture and undertaking, res se cor 

Gilmer and E. Market st 
Gullett Miss S. D., res Robert Gullett 
Guthrie C. B., baggage master R. & D. R. R., res 

Charles Mason 

TTAGAN ADAM, agrl implts, es Church, 4 h n Lind- 
-*-*- say st 

Hagan Miss Cordie, res Adam Hagan 
Hagan D. L., res Adam Hagan 
Hall & Beall, physicians, S. Elm st 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Hall E. F., bds Benbow House 
Hall Joseph, baker J. E. Thorn 
Hall J. K , of Hall & Beall, physicians, ws Ash, 3 h 

8 W. Washington st 
Hall J. K., of J. K. Hall & Co., cigar mfrs, res Dr. J. 

K. Hall 
HAMPTON J. S., of J. S. Hampton & Co., job print- 
ers, res ns Lindsay, on Forbes st 
HAMPTON J. S. & CO.,>b printers, S. Elm st 
Hampton W. T., job printer J. S. Hampton & Co 
Hanner Robert, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory 
Hanner Claude, elk William Collins, res Robert 

Hanner 
Hanner Miss Dora, res Mrs. Maggie Rose 
Hanner Roddy, res J. W. Scott 
Hanner S. A., machinist, Sergeant Mfg Co 
Hanner W. F., elk J. W. Mangum Co, res Church st 
Harrell Miss Maggie, student, res W. H. Harrell 
Harrell W. H., rockmason, res ns Linday op Forbes st 
Harris A. J., law student Dick & Dillard, bds Thos. 

Sloan 
Harris & Flippen, hardware, S. Elm st 
HARRIS JOHN H., harnessmkr, bds Planters' Hotel 
Harris J. W., wks N. C. R. R., bds Willis Sikes 
Harris W. A., manager John Barker's Factory, bds 

same 
Harris W. E., of Harris &,Flippen, hardware, res se 

limits 
Harrey Samuel L , res junc S. Elm, Ash st and Me- 

bane road 
Harrey S. S., cigarmkr J. K. Hall & Co., res S. L. 

Harvey 
Hawkins J. L , tel opr, res L. M. Hawkins 
Hawkins Lee M., propr depot rest, res ns New, 1 h 

e Ash st 
Hayes Miss Alice L., res T. S. Hayes 
Hayes Mrs. M. J., seamstress H. H. Cartland 
Hayes T. S., shoemkr Chas. H. Doughty, res ss Belle 

Meade ave, 1 h e Edgeworth st 
Hayes W. A., elk J. W. Scott & Co, res T. S. Hayes 
Heath Henry, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Heath Joseph, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 

Ashboro road 



flfl $ For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 
HpHF" Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 81 

White Department. 

Heath Len, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Helton Benjamin, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Helton Lee, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Hendrix E. M, elk W. M., Houston, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Hendrix J. M , elk C. & M. Pretzfelder, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Hennes R. P., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Hill S., lawyer, res ss W. Market st, 1 h w Ash 
Hill W. H., mfr of cotton goods, res ne cor Elm and 

Ash sts 
Hilliard Churchill, student Dick & Dillard, bds 

Thomas Sloan 
Hilton Mrs. Mary, wid, res ns E. Market, nr R. & D. 

R. R 
Hilton R. B., wks Greensboro Handle Co., res Mrs. 

Mary Hilton 
Hilton R. L., wks Greensboro Handle Co., res Mrs. 

Mary Hilton 
Hines Miss Emma, dressmkr Mrs. Lyon & Hines, 

res Mrs. R. B. Hines 
Hines Henry L., elk M. Strauss, res sw cor Forbes 

and E. Market st 
Hines Mrs. R. B., of Lyon & Hines, dressmkrs 
Hines R. B , res es S. Elm, cor Lee st 
Holbum Charles, bds Mrs Rosa McDonald 
Holder Rufus, wks C. P. Vanstory 
Holt Henry, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Holt Wjlliam, shoemkr, bds Willis Sikes 
HOLTON C. E., mgr Singer Mfg Co., bds Mrs. R. E. 

McDonald 
Holy Catholic Church, ws Forbes, 1 h s Lindsay st 
Horney Claudius, harnessmkr L. Houston, bds Oliver 

Wheeler 
Horney W. A., jeweler, res ns E. Market, 1 h e 

Forbes st 
Hornbuckle R. F., shoemkr Charles H. Doughty 



HAMLIN'S 



Genuine Wizard Oil 

At 50 Cents Per Bottle at 



CALLUM BROS. & CO., Greensboro, will undersell any 
other dealers in ONION SETS. 
(2J5rSend for Qiiotatlons.^3 

82 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

Howard S. A., tel opr, res ss W. Market, 1 h w 

Green st 
Howlett J. M., gun and locksmith 
Howlett L. C, elk Sample S. Brown, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Houston Miss Fannie, res es Asheboro, 1 h s E. 

Lee st 
HOUSTON LEYI, harness, res Jesse Julian 
Houston & Lyon, proprs Star Tobacco Warehouse, S. 

Elm st 
Houston W. M., whol groceries, and of Star Tobacco 

Warehouse, res Clayton, nr Elm st 
Hubbard Peter, supt North Carolina Handle Co., res 

es Ash, 2 h n New st 
Hudson H. S , of Hudson & Kirkman, groceries, bds 

Guilford House 
Hudson & Kirkman, groceries, S. Elm st, nr R. & 

D. R. R 
Hughes George H., student, res J. M. Hughes 
Hughes Miss G., res J. M. Hughes 
Hughes James M., tailor, res ws Forbes, 3 h s Syca- 
more st 
Hughes J. R., meat and vegetables, Market House, 

res es Church, op Lindsay st 
Hughes Miss I. V., res J. M. Hughes 
HUGHES MILTON T., fruit evaporator, res es Davie, 

1 h n Washington st 
HUGHES' MUSEUM, Milton T. Hughes, propr 
Hughes W. A., student, res W. P. Hughes 
Hughes W. P., res ns W. Market st, op Female' College 
Hine W. H , res G. W. Kestler 
Hundley B. G., prest North Carolina Handle Co., res 

New York 
Hundley Mrs. E. D., wid, res C. E. Shober 
Hunt P. C, wks Sash and Blind Factory, res es N. 

Elm, nr Church st 
Hunt W. M., elk Odell Hardware Co., bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Hunter W. L., prescription elk Archie Glenn, bds 

Mrs. N. A. Brown 
Hussey Miss Annie, student, res J. B. Hussey 



LB.1 



EWOOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
Mc Adoo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 83 



White Department. 

HUSSET J. B., editor Greensboro Patriot, res es 
Davie, 4 h n Lee st 

Hut ton Miss Belle, res Mrs. C. Hutton 

Hutton Mrs. C, res ss E. Market, 4 h e Gilmer st 

Hutton James, res Mrs. C. Hutton 

Hutton William, elk D. E. Thomas, res Mrs. C. Hut- 
ton 

INGOLD C. L., bartender J. E. Fields, bds Mrs. J 
H. Townsend 

Ingold F. N., ex mess, res ws Edgeworth st, nr n 
limits 

Ingold MissHortenee, student Greensboro Female Col- 
lege, res F. N. Ingold 

INTERSTATE DIRECTORY CO., C. M. Gardner, H. 
H. Dickson, 32 S. Broad st, Atlanta, Ga, publish- 
ers of Directories of Tj'ler, Tex. ; Gainesville, Ma- 
rietta, Griffin, Barnesville, Rome, Cartersville, Col- 
umbus, Macon, Ga. ; Birmingham, Ala. ; Green- 
ville, S. C. ; Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston and 
Salem, N. C. ; Anniston, Ala. ; Georgia Pacific Ga- 
zetteer, Richmond and Danville Gazetteer ; Mont- 
gomery, Ala., and others South and West 
/> IRELAND C. H., sec and treas Odell Hardware Co, 
bds Planters' Hotel 

Iseley L. C , wks Sash and Blind Factory, res ws 
Davie, 1 h n Bragg st 

JACKSONVILLE, Mebane road and sw limits 
Jackson George H., carpenter, res es Davie, 1 h 

n Bragg st 
Jacobs Henry, cutter H. H. Cartland, res ws Church, 

9 h n Lindsay 
James John, painter, res Ashboro road 
James W. W., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Jarrell Alex, res end Ashboro st 
Jarrell John F, carpenter, res end Ashboro st 
Jarrell Miss Lutitia, res J. F. Jarrell 



YOU 



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CALLUM'S DRUG STORE, Greensboro. 






COUNTRY MERCHANTS 
BUY YOUR GARDEN AND FIELD SEED AT 
CALLUM'S DRUG STORE, GREENSBORO 

84 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

Jeffreys J. R., res N. A. Jeffreys 

Jeffreys Newton A., groceries, res Mebane road nr 

Bragg st 
Jeffreys N. A. M., res N. A. Jeffreys 
Jeffreys Rufus, bartender N. A. Jeffreys, res same 
Jeffreys Seymour, res N. A. Jeffreys 
Jenkins R. A., pass agt B. & O., res Salem 
Jessup W. S., soda water mfr, bds McAdoo House 
Johnson A. A., elk C. & M. Pretzfelder, res ws Ash- 

boro st, 8 h s E. Lee 
Johnson C. C, elk John Barker, bds same 
Johnson Mrs, S. J , wid, res ss Mebane road, 1 h w 

Ash st 
Jones Miss. Anna B., res Mr?. A. L. Jones 
Jones Mrs. A. L., wid, res ss W. Market st, 2 h e 

Edgeworth 
Jones Miss Dora D., English literature, composition 

and French, Greensboro Female College 
Jones Miss M. T. L., res Mrs. A. L. Jones 
Jones Rev. T. M., A.M., D.D., prest Greensboro Fe- 
male College, res same 
Jordan Arthur, marble dealer, res ss Belle Meade ave, 

3 h Edgeworth st 
Jordan Emory, wks Arthur Jordan, bds same 
Jordan Marcellus, conductor N. C. R. R., res nw cor 

Ash and Sycamore sts 
Jordan Samuel, lawyer, bds Central Hotel 
Jordan W. M., elk E. M. Claldeleugh & Bro , res 

Marcellus Jordan 
Julian Jesse, res Ashboro road 
Julian John, res J. F. Jarrell 

TZEELING MRS. A. T., wid, res ns Gaston, 2 h w 
-^- Green st 

Keeling John L., gen mdse, res Mrs. A. T. Keeling 
Kendall Miss Annie, res Mrs. R. M. Kendall 
Kendall Charles, groceries, res Mrs. R. M. Kendall 
Kendall Mrs. R. M , wid, res ss E. Market st, 2 h e 

R\ & D. R R 
Keogh Miss Maie, res T. B. Keogh, 



TRY IWCOl'S 



PURE WINES, LIQUORS, TO- 
BACCO and CIGARS, 

McAdoo House, Creensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY, 85 



White Department. 

Keogh T. B, U. S. marshal western dist, res se cor 

Asheboro and Factory sts 
Keogh T. S., student, res T. B. Keogh 
Kern A. J., cigarmkr, res ns E. Washington, 1 h e 

Davie st 
Kern E. G., cigarmkr J. K. Hall & Co., res E. Wash- 
ington st 
Kernolde M. J., res wr Davie st, 2 h s E. Market st 
Kerr C. M., mgr W. M. Houston, bds same 
Kersey Algernon, res Mrs. E. Kersey 
Kersey Miss Alice, res Mrs. E. Kersey 
Kersey Mrs. E., wid, res cor S. Elm and Bragg sts 
Kersey Miss Mary, res Mrs. E. Kersey 
Kersey M. F., carpenter, res Mrs. E. Kersey 
Kersey Samuel B., res Mrs. E. Kersey 
Kestler G. W., of Odell & Co., whol dry goods and 

groceries, res es Davie, 2 h n Lee st 
Kestler J. W., res G. W. Kestler 
King J. L., of J. L. King & Co., steam tobacco fac- 
tory, res ss W. Market st, nr M. E. church 
King J. L & Co., steam tobacco factory, se cor New 

and Ash st 
King Robert R, of Dillard & King, lawyers, and 

Mayor, res J. L. King 
King Thomas, res se cor W. Market and Greene sts 
King W. W., distiller, res ss Mebane, 2 h e Davie st 
Kirkman Albert, of Hudson & Kirkman, groceries, 

bds Mrs. M. H. Town send 
Kirkman Alpheus A., elk G. Will Armfield, bds Mrs. 

M. H. Townsend 
Kirkman Julius A., harnessmkr, res Ashboro road 
Kirkman Mrs. N. A , wid, res Jonesboro 
Kirkman Miss N. J., res Mrs. N. A. Kirkman 
Kirkman Robert, res Mrs. N. A. Kirkman 
Kirkman Thomas, eng Sergeant Mfg Co., res Mrs. 

N. A. Kirkman 
Kirkman W., cupola tender G. T. Glascock, res N. C. 
R. R. and e limits 

TO our Country Friends : We have all kinds of Dye Colors, 
Red, Yellow, Black, Blue, Purple, Green, Violet, Orange, 
and in fact every kind at Galium' s Drug Store, Greensboro 



l/CDV QTVI ET 0|r puff BOXES AND ALU 

V Cff^ ¥ O B I 8™IC KINDS FANCY GOODS AT 

Callorm , s Drug Store, Greensboro. 

DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

KIRKPATRICK D. N., brickyard and contractor, 

res Danville road 
Kirkpatrick E. L., mgr D. N. Kirkpatrick, bds Mrs. 

R. R. Moore 
Klutts Mrs. C, res Arthur Jordan 
Knights of Honor, Guilford Lodge, No. 1777, J. H. 

Harris, die; H. H. Cartland, rep 
Knights and Ladies of Honor, Greensboro Lodge, 

No. 389, F. S. Eldridge, pro ; H. H. Cartland, sec 
Knights of Pythias, Greensboro Lodge, No. 28, J. H. 

Harris, C. C; S. A. Kerr, K. of R. & S 

LAMB MISS LILLY, res ns Sycamore, 5 h w 
Forbes st 
Lamb Mebane, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory 
Lambeth Mrs. D. M., wid, res es Greene st, 1 h n W. 

"Washington 
Landreth C. E., carpenter Sergeant Mfg Co. 
Landreth Josiah, mechanic, res E. Market st and 

limits 
Landreth Miss Minnie, res McKinney Landreth 
Landreth McKinney, res E. Market st and e limits 
Lane Miss H., calisthenics and elocution, Greensboro 

Female College 
Ledfnrd George, painter, res ne cor Sycamore and 

Ash sts 
Legerton Charles W., cond R. & D. R. R., res George 

Adams 
Lehman Julius, elk M. Strauss, bds Planter's Hotel 
Lentz Mrs. Lizzie, wid, res J. M. Winstead 
LEPWICH A. K., prest Greensboro Gas Light. Co., 

res Lynchburg, Va 
Lewis Charles, of J. & C. Lewis, wagon shop, res 

Bragg st and C. F. & Y. V. R. R. 
Lewis C. E., machinist Sergeant Mfg Co. 
Lewis John, of J. & C. Lewis, wagon shop, res ns 

Bragg st, nr C. F. & Y. V. R. R 
Lewis J. & C, wagonmkrs, S. Elm st 
Lewis Osear, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
LINDLEY CHAS. S., of J. C. Lindley & Bro , nur- 
series, res J. C. Lindley 



mNEWCOMB'S PURE WINES, LIQUORS, 
TOBACCO AMD CIflAK8. gggfgggSgCTfrc, 

DIRECTORY. 87 

White Department. 

LINDLEY J. C* & BRO., nurseries 

LINDLEY J. C, of J. C. Lindley & Bro., nurseries 

res S. Elm and limits 
Lindsay Block, ne cor Market and Elm sts 
Lindsay Clark, of Lindsay & Bro., Pomona Hill Nur- 
series, res es S. Elm, 1 h n E. Lee st 
Lindsay Dr. Edward, physician, res Spring and end 

W. Washington st 
Lindsay Jesse H,, prest Greensboro Nat. Bank, bds 

Benbow House 
Lindsay Miss M. Lula, res R. G. Lindsay 
Lindsay Mrs. M. W., wid, res Mrs. A. A. Anderson 
Lindsay R. G., elk R. & D. R. R. frt office, res se cor 

Greene and Sycamore sts 
Litaker D. T., locomotive eng R. & D. R. R , res A. 

J. McKibben 
Litaker Frank, wks Sash and Blind Factory, res ne 

cor Gilmer and E. Market sts 
Livingston Miss Florence, bds Mad. Carrie Anderson 
Lloyd Alex., ins, bds Central Hotel 
Lloyd H. W., student, bds Mrs. G. W. Albright 
Logan Dr. John' A., physician, res Robert M. Sloan 
Long William, wks Sergeant Mfg Co., res Jonesboro 
Love James M., res William Love 
Love Miss Lena, res William Love 
Love William, saw mill, res ws Elm, 2 h n Bragg st 
Lumpkin Isaac, wks C. P. Vanstory 
Lyon E. W., drummer, bds McAdoo House 
Lyon & Hines Mrs., dressmkrs, S. Elm st 
Lyon Miss Sallie V., res T. A. Lyon 
Lyon T. A , of Houston & Lyon, Star Warehouse, res 

es Church, 3 h n Lindsay st 
Lyon Mrs T. A., of Mrs. Lyon & Hines, dressmkrs, 

res N. Elm st 

MACY MISS MARIETTA, res William Wright 
Mallard John; solicitor The Patriot 
Mallett Joseph, wks H. W. Bowley, bds Willis Sikes 

HOLESALE and Retail Dealers in OSfBOX SETS 

can save money by ordering from 

Calluin Brothers & Co., Greensboro. 



R.r.BOYD&CO.l'Ev*!™ 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Maloney Miss A., instrumental music Greensboro Fe- 
male College 
Mangum J. W. & Co., groceries, ne cor Davie and E. 

Marke't sts 
Mangum James, groceries, res ss Belle Meade ave, 2 h 

e Edgeworth st 
Mangum J. W ., of J. W. Mangum & Co., groceries, res 

Belle Meade ave 
Mangum Walker, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Market House, se cor Sycamore and Davie sts 
Marley Dr. H. B., physician, res ws Asheboro, 6 hs 

Lee ss 
Mask George, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 

cor Bragg and Elm sts 
Mask Mrs. Jane, wid, res ss Bragg, cor S. Elm st 
Mason Charles, fireman R. & D. E. R., res J. E. 

Mason 
Mason J. E., res ns Mebane road, 6 h w Ash st 
Masons, Greensboro Lodge, No. 76, W. D. Trotter W. 
M., J. F. Stephens, sec; chapter partially organ- 
ized 
Matthews Miss Anna, res Frank Mathews 
Matthews Miss Eliza, res Frank Mathews 
Matthews Frank, res Ashboro road 
Matthews Miss Mary, private school, res Frank 

Matthews 
Mathews W. H., elk Odell & Co, res Frank Matthews 
May John, wks D. W. C. Benbow, res R. & D. R. R., 

1 h s Lindsay st 
Mayo T. H., produce, es Davie st, 4 h n E. Wash- 
ington st 
Mayor's Office, ns W. Market st, op Court House 
McAdoo Building, S. Elm st 
McAdoo Calvin, res Mrs. Nannie McAdoo 
McAdoo C. N., gen mdse, bds Planters' Hotel 
McAdoo House, W. D. McAdoo, propr, ne cor W. 

Washington and S Elm sts 
McAdoo Mrs. Nannie W., wid, gen mdse, res S. 

Spring st 
McAdoo W. D., propr McAdoo House 
McAdoo Wm. D , night elk McAdoo House 



111 l 1 • DU luVU \J\ji S. Elm St., Greensboro, N. G. ' 
90 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

McMahon Miss M., res Thomas McMahon 

McMahon Thomas, propr Greensboro Handle Wks, 

res nr same 
McMurray Wesley, res Ashboro road 
McNairy J. W., supt Sash and Blind Factory, res ne 

cor E. Lee and Davie sts 
McNeal Charles, lawyer, res Levi Scott 
McNiekle A., wks North Carolina Handle Co., res ss 

E. Market, 2 h e Forbes at 
Meade Mrs. Lucy, wid, res sw limits, Mebane road 
Mebane Cornelius, res nw cor Gaston and Spring sts 
Mebane Miss Mattie, res C. Mebane 
Mebane Robert, elk Porter & Dalton, res C. Mebane- 
Mendenhall Aaron, res se limits, nr Bennett College 
Mendenhall Cyrus H., student, res Miss J. J. Men- 
denhall 
Mendenhall Miss Hattie, res J. R. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall Miss J. J., boarding, sw cor S. Elm and 

W Washington sts 
Mendenhall J. R., sec Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory, res es Asheboro, 6 h s Lee st 
Mendenhall Miss Pearl, res Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall R. P., res Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall W. D., wks Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory, res es Asheboro. 5 h s E. Lee st 
Merimon B. H., res J. M. Winstead 
Methodist Cemetery, Mebane road' nr Bragg st 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. L. W. Crawford,. 

pastor. W. Market, nr Edgewonh st 
MICHAUX E. R., of Alford & Michaux, drugs, res 

Rev. J. L. Michaux 
MICHAUX REV. J. L., editor Central Protestant 

and Daily Workman, res es Clay st and n limits 
MICHAUX JOHN S., local editor Workman, res Rev. 

J. L. Michaux 
Michaux Miss L , res Rev. J. L. Michaux 
Miller Mrs. Janie, wid, res ss Gaston, 1 h w Forbes st 
Mitchell S. S., gen mdse, bds Planters' Hotel 
Moffitt E. N., of Odell & Co., dry goods, res Noise, 

N.e 

Montgomery Charles, wks J. & C. Lewis, res C. Lewis- 



R.F.B0YMCO.l««l»K 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Maloney Miss A., instrumental music Greensboro Fe- 
male College 
Mangum J. W. & Co., groceries, ne cor Davie and E. 

Marke't sts 
Maneura James, groceries, res ss Belle Meade ave, 2 h 

e Edgeworth st 
Mangum J. W ., of J. W. Mangum & Co., groceries, res 

Belle Meade ave 
Mangum Walker, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Market House, se cor Sycamore and Davie sts 
Marley Dr. H. B., physician, res ws Asheboro, 6 h 8 

Lee ss 
Mask George, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 

cor Bragg and Elm sts 
Mask Mrs. Jane, wid, res ss Bragg, cor S. Elm st 
Mason Charles, fireman R. & D. E. R., res J. E. 

Mason 
Mason J. E., res ns Mebane road, 6 h w Ash st 
Masons, Greensboro Lodge, No. 76, W. D. Trotter W. 
M., J. F. Stephens, sec; chapter partially organ- 
ized 
Matthews Miss Anna, res Frank Mathews 
Matthews Miss Eliza, res Frank Mathews 
Matthews Frank, res Ashboro road 
Matthews Miss Mary, private school, res Frank 

Matthews 
Mathews W. H., elk Odell & Co, res Frank Matthews 
May John, wks D. W. C. Benbow, res R. & D. R. R., 

1 h s Lindsay st 
Mayo T. H., produce, es Davie st, 4 h n E. Wash- 
ington st 
Mayor's Office, ns W. Market st, op Court House 
McAdoo Building, S. Elm st 
McAdoo Calvin, res Mrs. Nannie McAdoo 
McAdoo C. N., gen mdse, bds Planters' Hotel 
McAdoo House, W. D. McAdoo, propr, ne cor W. 

Washington and S Elm sts 
McAdoo Mrs. Nannie W., wid, gen mdse, res S. 

Spring st 
McAdoo W. D., propr McAdoo House 
McAdoo Wm. D , night elk McAdoo House 



EFI WfNffPIRillfi'fl Wines and Liquors Lead the State! 
T HRlW ilNlfln \ PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 
i Wi «i IV \i\ikUii U McAdoo House. Greensboro. N. C. 



McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 
DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

McBride Elijah, elk N. Harding Callum & Co, bds 
Mrs. E. McBride 

McBride Mrs. E., res ns Mebane road, 2 h w Ash st 

McBride Miss Sarah, res Mrs. E. McBride 

McCain John, elk Odell Hardware Co., bds R. R. 
Moore 

McCauley S. J., saloon, bds McAdoo House 

McCormick Charles, compositor North State, res W. 
H. McCormick 

McCORMICK W. H., bus mgr North Carolina Publish- 
in? Co, res ss E. Market, 2 h e Elm st 

McCulloch John, res Ashboro road 

McCulloch Logan, elk Fields & Turner, bds G. S. 
Sergeant 

McCulloch Robert, res John McCulloch 

McCullum Miss M., res A. H. Ellison 

McDowell Edgar, res John W. McDowell 

McDowell John W., res ss E. Market st, 3 h e Gil- 
mer st 

McDonald Mrs. Rosa, wid, res ss E. Market, 1 h e 
Forbes st 

McKibben A. J., warehouseman Odell & Co, res se 
cor Davie and Elm st 

McKinney G. H., of J. L. King & Co, tobacco factory, 
bds Miss J. J. Mendenhall 

McKnight & Albright, gen mdse, ns E. Market, 1 h 
w Davie st 

McKnight John, of McKnight & Albright, res coun- 
try 

McLain W. S., res ne cor Gaston and Cedar sts 

McLean L. D, wks North Caronlina Handle Co 

McLean R. H., ass agt C. F. & Y, V. R. R., bds Plan- 
ters' Hotel 

McLean S. D., elk North Carolina Handle Co., res ns 
E. Market, 4 h e Davie st 

McLean T. G., of Fleming & Co, groceries, bds Wil- 
lis Sikes 

McLean W. C, of J. W. Scott & Co, gen mdse, res es 
Forbes, Ihs Lindsay st 



SEED! 



FRESH SEED ! -It is wonderful to see the fine display 
of every description of garo*n seed and garden 
B € A N S of every variety, and FIELD and GRASS SEED 
at Callum Bros. & Co's Drug Store, Greensboro, N. C. 



R H BflVn & (10 boots j SH 0ES I TRUNKS 

III D l IlUI IF UU l/Ui S. Elm' St., Greensboro, N. C. 
90 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

McMahon Miss M., res Thomas McMahon 
McMahon Thomas, propr Greensboro Handle Wks, 

res nr same 
McMurray Wesley, res Ashboro road 
McNairy J. W., supt Sash and Blind Factory, res ne 

cor E. Lee and Davie sts 
McNeal Charles, lawyer, res Levi Scott 
McNiokle A., wks North Carolina Handle Co., res ss 

E. Market, 2 h e Forbes st 
Meade Mrs. Lucy, wid, res sw limits, Mebane road 
Mebane Cornelius, res nw cor Gaston and Spring sts 
Mebane Miss Mattie, res C. Mebane 
Mebane Robert, elk Porter & Dalton, res C. Mebane- 
Mendenhall Aaron, res se limits, nr Bennett College 
Mendenhall Cyrus H., student, res Miss J. J. Men- 
denhall 
Mendenhall Miss Hattie, res J. R. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall Miss J. J., boarding, sw cor S. Elm and 

W Washington sts 
Mendenhall J. R., sec Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory, res es Asheboro, 6 h s Lee st 
Mendenhall Miss Pearl, res Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall R. P., res Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall W. D., wks Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory, res es Asheboro, 5 h s E. Lee st 
Merimon B. H., res J. M. Winstead 
Methodist Cemetery, Mebane road' nr Bragg st 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. L. W. Crawford^ 

pastor. W. Market, nr Edgewonh st 
MICHAUX E. R., of Alford & Michaux, drugs, res 

Rev. J. L. Michaux 
MICHAUX REV. J. L., editor Central Protestant 

and Daily Workman, res es Clay st and n limits 
MICHAUX JOHN S., local editor Workman, res Rev. 

J. L. Michaux 
Michaux Miss L , res Rev. J. L. Michaux 
Miller Mrs. Janie, wid, res ss Gaston, 1 h w Forbes st 
Mitchell S. S., gen mdse, bds Planters' Hotel 
Moffitt E. N., of Odell & Co., dry goods, res Noise, 

N. C 
Montgomery Charles, wks J. & C. Lewis, res C. Lewis 



For "Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars^ 

^^"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, - N. C. 

DIRECTORY. jj 

White Department. 

Montgomery Miss Dora, seamstress H. H. Cartland 
Montgomery J. C, elk North Carolina Handle Co., 

res Asheboro st 
Montgomery Ruffin, wks North Carolina Handle Co., 

res Mebane road, 1 h w Ash st 
Moon J. M., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Moon McKinney, res Reuben Wright 
.Moore Charles, elk W. S. Moore, res same 
Moore Miss Cora, res W. S. Moore 
Moore R. R., boarding, res se cor Elm and Ash sts 
Moore W. S., dry goods, res ss E. Market, 2 h e Da- 
vie st 
Moore Mrs. W. 8., millinery, res W. S. Moore 
Morehead Joseph, res sw cor Sycamore and Greene sts 
Morehead J. T., lawyer, res Joseph Morehead 
Murphy James, student Dick & Dillard, bds Thomas 

Sloan 
Murphy Loftin, waiter Central Hotel 
Murphy S. T., blacksmith, bds Mrs. L. E. Smith 
Murray Miss Ida, res Rufus Murray 
Murray Robert, student, res Rufus Murray 
Murray Rufus, res es Asheboro, 3 h n E. Lee st 
Murray W. R., dry goods, clothing, etc., res Ashe- 
boro st 
Murrow E. C, govt store keeper, bds R. R. Moore 
Myers Walter, foreman J. L. King & Co., bds Mrs.. 
M. H. Towsend 

NATIONAL BANK, THE, Jessee H. Lindsay, prest;. 
Neil Ellington, cash; capital, $100,000; surplus,. 
$16,000; S. Elm st 
Nelson Miss Alice, res J. N. Nelson 
Nelson J. N., elk court, res ne cor Gaston and Edge- 
worth sts 
Nelson John, jr., res J. N. Nelson 
Nelson Miss Lizzie, res J. N. Nelson 
Nelson Miss Amanda, res J. N. Nelson 
NEWCOMB E. G., saloon and billiards, res ss Ashe- 
boro, 3 h e Davie st 
Newcomb Miss Ora E., student, res E. G. Newcomb 
Newell Alma, carpenter, res John Sampson 



II p EQYD Ji CD boots, shoes m trunks 



South Elm St., Greensboro, N. C. 



92 DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Newell D. W., train dispatcher R. & D. R. R., bds 

Mrs. Fannie Jones 
Newell M. G., elk W. M. Houston 
Newlin Miss Lina, res W. C. Porter 
Newlin Miss M. L , res Mrs. R. C. Porter 
Newsom J. B., student, bds G. W. Albright 
North Carolina Handle Co., V. G. Hendley, propr, R. 

<fe D. R. R tracks, Ash st and M^bane road 
NORTH CAROLINA PUBLISHING CO., editors and 

proprs North State 
NORTH STATE, THE -(weekly) North Carolina Pub. 

Co., editors and proprs, W. H. McCormick, bus mgr 

OAKLEY MISS MATTIE, res 0. C. Wheeler 
Odd Fellows, Beuna Vista Lodge, No. 21, W. H. 
Turner. N.G.; J. W. Albright, sec; Paisley Encamp- 
ms'nt, No. 10 

Odd Fellows' Temple, W. Market, nr S. Elm st 

Odell A J., of Odell & Co., dry goods, res ns E. Wash- 
ington, 1 h e Forbes st 

ODELL HARDWARE CO., hardware and machinery, 
S. Elm. nr Washington st 

Odell J. M., of Odell & Co.. whol groceries and dry 
goods, res Concord N. C 

Odell Miss Lena, res A. J. Odell 

Odell W. R., of Odell & Co., whol dry goods and gro- 
ceries, res Concord, N. C 

Ogburn C. W., bds Miss J. J. Mendenhall 

Oliver James, lamp lighter, res Gas House 

Orrell J. V., wks R & D. R. R , res Mrs. L. E. Orrell 

Orrell Mrs. L. E., dressmkr, res es N. Elm st, op Court 
House 

O'Sullivan E. C, res J. E. O'Sullivan 

O'Sullivan John E., house furnishing, res ws S. Elm, 
3 h s Bragg st 

O'Sullivan W. T., res J. E. O'Sullivan 

Overbaugh E. W., day elk McAdoo House 

Owen Charles, res James Owen 

Owen James, patternmkr Sergeant Mfg Co., res ss E. 
Washington, 1 h e Lyndon st 

Owen William, res James Owen 



LB. I 



EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the Slate 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 93 



White Department. 

PARTSH MONROE, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Parish James, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Parker Benjamin F., asst P. M., bds Planters' Hotel 
Parker Miss Delilah, domestic R R. Moore 
Parker Mrs. E. C , wid, res Mrs. S. S. Willis 
Parker Miss Martha, re3 Mrs. Mary Parker 
Parker Mrs. Mary, res sw cor W. Market and Greene 

sts 
Parker Miss Mary, res Mrs. Mary Parker 
Patriot The (weekly), John B. Hussey, editor and 

propr, S. Elm st 
Payne J. W., elk U. S. Court, res junc Church and 

Davie sts 
Pearce Adam, brakeman R. & D. R. R., res es Elm, 

2 h s Bragg st 
Pearce Claude E., student, res James R. Pearce 
Pearce James R , auctioneer, res ns E. Market, 3 h w 

Forbes st 
Pearce Mrs. Melinda, wid, res ss Sycamore, 4 h w 

Forbes st 
Pearce .Miss M. L., res Adam Pearce 
Pearce Oscar F., elk W. M. Houston, bdsC. A. Schultz 
Pearce Robert E., elk M. Woodson, res Jas. R. Pearce 
Peat Mrs Mary, cook Benbow House 
Peeple A., wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Pell^Mrs. V. C, instrumental music, Greensboro Fe- 
male College 
Peoples Miss Mary, seamstress H. H. Cartland 
Peters Hugh B , dray line (coal), supt Greensboro Gas 

Light Co, res es Ash, 1 h n New st 
Phillips A. G., machinist Stratford, Wakefield & Co, 

bds R. R. Moore 
Phillips B. T., dep sheriff, res ne cor Davie and Gas- 
ton sts 
Phipps Henry, salesman J. W. Scott & Co, jobbers, bds 

Mrs. N. A. Brown 
Planters Hotel, Mrs. L. A. Re e?, proprss, ss E. Market^ 

1 h e Elm st 
Poland W. E., harnessmkr L. Houston, res ss Syca- 
more, 1 h w Davie st 



n PRIIYIUfO BOOTS, SHOESITRUNKS 

llll^DlfllrU/l/Ul S. Elm St., Greensboro, N. 0. 

94: DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

Pomeroy James V., machine shop, res ws Greene, nr 

Clay st 
Pomona Nurseries, J. Van Lindley, propr, Salem 

junc 
Porter Dr. A. S., physician, res Mrs. R. C. Porter 
PORTER & DALTON, drugs, S. Elm st 
Porter Miss Eveline, fes Mrs. R. C Porter 
Porter Mrs. R. C, wid, res ns w Market, lhe Edge- 
worth st 
Porter S. W.. farmer, res Mrs. R. C. Porter 
■PORTER W. C, of Porter & Dalton, drugs, res ne 

cor w Market and Edgeworth sts 
Potts C R., So Ex Co agt, res S. A. Howard 
Potts R. E., money elk So Ex Co, bds McAdoo House 
Potts R. L., elk So Ex Co, bds McAdoo House 
Prairie Anthony, res Ashoboro road 
PREBLE MISS EGLANTINE H., A. B., Latin and 

music Bennett Seminary 
Presbyterian Cemetery, ne cor Church and Lindsay 

sts 
Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. Henry Smith, pastor, 

se cor Lindsay and Church sts 
•Presbyterian Chapel, es Ashboro st, 1 h s Lee st 
Pretzfelder C, of C. & M. Pretzfelder, dry goods, res 

Davie st, nr R. & D. R. R 
Pretzfelder C. & M.. dry goods, etc, S. Elm st 
Pretzfelder M., of C. & M. Pretzfelder, dry goodt bds 

Benbow House 
Pritchett Miss Etta, res J. A. Pritchett 
Pritchett George, res J. A. Pritchett 
Pritchett J. A., carpenter, res ws Ashboro st, 2 h s 

Lee st 
Pritchett Miss Maggie, res J. A. Pritchett 
Proctor H., wks H. W. Bowley, bds Willis Sikes 
Pryor Miss Champ C, res W. H. Pryor 
Pryor Miss Katie L„ res W. H. Pryor 
Pryor W. H., C. F. & Y. V. R. R., res ss W. Market, 

3 h w Ash st 



U10 



Lima Beans, Yellow Six Weeks Bean, Speckled Val- 
entine, Black Wax and other kinds of Benns, by the 

«mt:s' calms im store, nmsm 






For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^gF"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 95 

White Department. 

Pugh Miss Anna, res J. W. Pugh 
Pugh David, job printer J. S. Hampton & Co 
Pugh J. W., groceries, res es Church, op Lindsay st 
Purcell A. T., wks R. & D. R. R. depot, bds J. H. 
Cole 

RAINEY J. S , carpenter, res ne cor Gilmer and E. 
Market sts 

Rankin Allen, of J. W. Mangum & Co, groceries 

Rankin Augustus, elk Odell & Co, res ws Ashboro, 2 
h n Lee st 

Rankin A. L., elk Mrs. F. Fishblate 

Rankin Miss Ella, elk C. P. Wharton, res A. M. Ran- 
kin 

Rankin James, elk Sample S. Brown, bds Mrs. N. A. 
Brown 

Rankin Mrs. Jane, res Mrs. J. Causey 

Rankin William S., of J. W. Mangum & Co., grocer- 
ies, res nw cor Edgeworth and Gaston sts 

Rankin A. L., elk Odell Hardware Co., res Ashe- 
boro st 

Rankin J. T., elk D. Curtis & Co., res A. Rankin 

.Raper E E., student, bds Mrs. G. W. Albright 

Raven Miss Lena, res A. J. Brockman 

Ray Mrs. Ann, wid, res ns E. Market, 3 h e Davie st 

Ray John, wks C. P. Vanstory 

Ray Peter L , book binder Thomas Reed & Co., res 
Mrs. Ann Ray 

Reece Joseph, of Thomas, Reece & Co., job printers, 
bds Mrs. N. A. Brown 

Reece J. W., of Thomas, Reece & Co., res se cor W. 
Market and Greene sts 

Rees Mrs. L. A., propr Planters' Hotel, res same 

Rees R. M., chief police, bds Planters' Hotel 

Rees William H., mail elk Postoffice, bds Planters' 
Hotel 

Reinicher Mrs. A F., res A. H. Alderman 

Renfrow Mrs. E., wid, res ss E. Market st, nr R. & D. 
R. R 

Renn G A., fr"t elk So Ex Co., bds McAdoo House 

Renfrow Miss Sarah, res Mrs. E. Renfrow 






G 



AKDEN SEED, ai ^v FR t ES ^ ANI) g F™' 

? JLrJJii, Just Keceived at 

CALLIIM'S DRUG STORK, Greensboro, Iff. C. 



96 DIRECTORY. 



"White Department. 

Renfrow William, elk W. R. Forbes, res Mrs. E. Ren- 

frow 
Reynolds Addison, wks sash and blind factory, res 

Clarence Reynolds 
Reynolds Clarence A., wks sash and blind factory, 

res ws Asheboro, 5 h s Lee st 
Reynolds F. E., wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac- 
tory, res es Asheboro, 3 h s Lee st 
RICHARDS ED. A., with' Interstate Directory Co., 

32 S. Broad st, Atlanta, Ga 
RICHARDSON W. R., editor Noith State, res ss 

Asheboro st, 4 h e Davie 
Richmond & Danville railroad, main line. See rail- 
roads 
R. & D. Depot Restaurant, L. M. Hawkins, propr 
Ritenbury D. H., wks H. W. Bowley, bds Willis 

Sikes 
Rives William C, yardmaster R. & D. R. R., res J. B. 

Bosley 
Robertson Mrs. D. A., wid, res se cor W. Sycamore 

and Edgeworth sts 
Robertson & Rowe, dentists, Lindsay Block 
Robertson Dr. R. F., of Robertson & Rowe, dentists, 

res es Church st, 3 h n Lindsay 
Robertson S. C, marble wks, res W. C. Slade 
Robertson William, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Robinson Willis, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Rosche Miss Gertrude, res Miss J. J Mendenhall 
Rose Mrs. Maggie, wid, res ss Mebane, 1 h e Davie st 
Ross H. F., moulder Sargeant Mfg Co 
Ross L. F., of Ross & Vanstory, livery, feed and sale 

stable, wagons and buggies, res end Ashboro st 
Ross & Vanstory, livery stable, wagons and buggies,. 

New, nr Elm st 
Rowe Dr. Walter W., of Robertson & Rowe, dentists, 

bds Planters' Hotel 
Royster George H , res W. B. Farrar 
Ruth Frank, cigarmkr J. K. Hall & Co, bds Mrs. M. 

E. Townsend 



s 



AMPSON JOHN, res ws Ashboro, 10 h s E. Lee st 
Scales Miss Annie, res Mrs. E. H. Scales 



U?A h'filUB^B'' For Wines > Liquors, Tobacco and Cigar 
UU a liiiUuil'l uliu lPfiF"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
■il44«lj M Hit I «ll>i M^doo House, Greensboro, N. 



DIRECTORY. 97 



White Department. 

-—Scales A. H., Naval Cadet, res Mrs. E. H. Scales 

Scales Hon. A. M., M. C, res se cor W. Market and 

Edgeworth sts 
Scales Mrs. E. H., wid, res ss E. Washington, I h e 

Forbes st 
Scales Miss Jennie, res Mrs. E. H. Scales 
Scales Miss K. L , res A. M. Scales 
Scales Mrs. M. P., wid, res Mrs. A. A. Anderson 
Scales Wallace, res Mrs. E. H. Scales 
-Scarborough , groceries, res nw cor W. Market 

and Greene sts 
--"Schenck David, lawyer, res-ws Edgeworth st, nr N. 

limits 
Schenck David, jr, student, res David Schenck 
Schenck Miss R, res David Schenck 
Schenck Weldon, elk Archie Grlenn, res David 

Schenck 
Schoolfield J. W , groceries, res ns E Market, 3 h e 

Davie st 
Schoolfield Mrs. S , seamstress Mrs. H. H. Cart] and 
Schwab Henry, moulder G. T. Glascock, bds Mrs. J. 

J. Johnson 
Scott Clarence, baggage master C. F. & Y. V. R. R. T 

res W. C McLean 
Scott David, res ss Gaston, 3 h e Davie st 
Scott David N., compositor North State, res David 

Scott 
Scott John P., elk F. Fishblate. res W. C. McLean 
Scott J. W.j of J. W. Scott & Co, gen mdse, res ns 

Lindsav, op Forbes st 
Scott J. W. & Co., whol gen mdse, S. Elm st 
Scott Levi, lawyer, res cor Davie and ■\sh«boro sts 
Scott Mrs. Louisa, wid, res nw cor Forbes and Gaston 

sts 
Scott Miss Mary H., res David Scott 
Scott W. A., elk Mrs. N. W. McAdoo, bds Mrs. George 

Albright 
Scott W. M. elk McAdoo, bds Mes, G. W. Al- 
bright 
Sligman Carl, res H. W. Detmering 
Selden Mrs. E. M., res James F. Yates 



'98 



DIRECTORY. 



B USlNESS M NiVERSIT Y. 

^S^^TELEG R APH • # **E*£~ ' 

SEN'D FOR C/jRCULA/=?S. 



White Department. 

SERGEANT 1?. E., of Sergeant Mfg Co, founders and 
machinists, res ns E. Washington, 2 h e Davie st 

SERGEANT CHARLES H., bkkpr Sergeant Mfg Co, 
bds D. Curtis 

■Sergeant Miss Clara M., res B. E. Sergeant 

SERGE \ NT GEORGE S., of Sergeant Mfg Co, res ws 
Davie, 1 h n Lee st 

Sergeant Joseph G., res B E. Sergeant 

SERGEANT MFG CO, foundry, machine shop, saw 
mills Parrar's turbine, bet R. & D. and N. C. R. R 

SERGEANT W. T., of Sergeant Mfg Co, foundry and 
machine shop, res N. C. R. R., nr Sergeant Mfg Co 

Settle Douglas, res Judge Thomas Settle 

Settle Miss. Mamie, res Judge Thomas Settle 

Settle Judge Thomas, les sw cor E. Lee and Ashe- 
boro sts 

Shackelford , student Law School, bds Planters' 

Hotel 

Shank W. E , prescription elk Archie Glenn, res 
Judge D. Shank 

Shaw Miss Eliza, res John Shaw 

Shaw Henry, elk J. W. Scott & Co , res Asheboro 
road 

Shaw John, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac- 
tory, res Asheboro road 

Shaw Thomas, law student Dick & Dillard, bds Thos. 
Sloan I 

Sherwood Miss A. N., res Mrs. M. L. Sherwood 

Sherwood Mrs. M. L., wid, res ns Gaston st, 2 h e 
Edgeworth 

Sherwood Miss M. L., res Mrs. M. L. Sherwood 

Sherwood M. S , bkkpr J. W. Scott & Co., res Mrs. M. 
L. Sherwood 

Sherwood Thomas, mdse broker, res Mrs. M. L. Sher- 
wood 

Short Alonzo, res Thomas King 



MI 



EWflOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
Mcldoo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Shober C. E., gen agt North Carolina Handle Co., res 

ne cor Greene and Sycamore sts 
Short J. A., saloon and billiards, bds Planters' Hotel 
Shultz C. A., guard county jail, res ss E. Market st, 

3 h e Davie st 
Sikes Miss Francis P., res Willis Sikes 
Sikes Willis, boarding, res ss W. Market, 1 h e 

Greene st 
Simpson Miss E., res S. N. Smith 
Simpson Miss S., res S N. Smith 
SINGER MFG. CO., C. E. Holton, mgr, s Elm st 
Skeene George, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 

Jonesboro 
Slade William C, condr N. C. R. R., res ns Factory, 

2 h e Asheboro st 
Sloan James, gen mdse, bds Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Sloan John A., res Robert M. Sloan 
Sloan Miss M. M., res Robert M. Sloan 
Sloan Robert M., So Ex Co, res ns W. Market, 2 h w 

Ash st 
Sloan Thomas, boarding, se cor Church and N. Elm 

Small Alfred, res W. F. Whittington 

Small Edward A., gen mdse, res es S. Elm st, 1 h n 

R. & D. R. R 
Small Ed S., drummer, res ws Asheboro, 13 h s E. 

Lee st 
Smith Alonzo, student, res E. H. Smith 
Smith Miss Annie, res E. H. Smith 
Smith Miss A. M., res Mrs L. E. Smith 
Smith D. H., res W. C. Slade 
Smith Edgar, wks North Carolina Handle Co, res 

JohnY. Smith 
Smith E. H., supt R. & D. R. R., North Carolina di- 
vision, res ns Factory, 1 h e Ashboro st 
SMITH F. F., harnessmkr, res es Ash, 1 h s W. 

Market st 
Smith George A., 'of Fleming & Co, groceries, res 

country 
Smith Herbert, wks John Y. Smith 
Smith James, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 

Jonesboro 



100 



DIRECTORY. 



in ilia noun 

A First-class Practical School. Circiilars free. 
W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 



res es 



"White Department. 

Smith Miss J. A., res Mrs. L. E. Smith 
Smith John, res ss Sycamore, 4 h w Forbes st 
Smith John Y., wks Greensboro Handle Co, 

Davie, 1 h s E. Lee st 
Smith Rev. J. Henry, pastor Presbyterian church, res 

ws Church, 6 h n Lindsay st 
Smith J. H., res W. C. Slade 
Smith Joseph J., compositor Protestant, res E. EL 

Smith 
Smith J. T., res ss W. Market, 2 h w Greene st 
Smith Mrs. L. A., wid, res nvv cor Sycamore and 

Greene sts 
Smith Mrs. L. E., boarding, res ss Market, 2 h w 

Greene st 
Smith Miss Myra, res William C. Slade 
Smith Mrs. M. wid, res Rev. J. Henry Smith 
Smith Miss M. E., res nw cor Sycamore and Greene 

Smith Miss M. E., res R. H. Smith 

Smith R. H., street overseer, res es Forbes, 1 h n Gas- 
ton st 

Smith Prof. Samuel, teacher graded school, res ws 
Church, 7 h n Lindsay st 

Smith Sydney N., farmer, res ns E. Market, 5 h e 
Elm st 

Smith Miss V. L., res Mrs. L. E. Smith 

Smith W. A., elk Robert G'ullett, bds same 

Smith W. H., moulder Sergeant Mfg Co, res N. 
Smith 

SMITHDEAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, G. M. Smith- 
deal, pres, ss W. Market, 1 h w N. Elm st 

SMITHDEAL PROF. G. M., pres Business College, 
bds George W. Albright 

Snipe R., wks North Carolina Handle Co 

Sons of Temperence 

Southern Express Co, R. M. Sloan, mgr, S. Elm st, nr 
Sycamore st 

Southern Telegraph Co, C. T. Thompson, mgr, Mc- 
Adoo House 



H. 



TRY 1WC0MB1 P 



PURE WINES, LIQUORS, TO- 
BACCO and CIGARS, 
cAdoo House, Greensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY. 101 



White Department. 

Spears Miss Mamie, vocal music, Greensboro Female 

College 
Spence Mrs. M., wid, res J. F. Abbott 
Spencer Nathan L , carpenter, wks Greensboro Sash 

and Blind Factory, res S. Elm, 3 h n Bragg st 
Stafford John W., elk Mrs. Fishblate, bds Central 

Hotel 
Stafford L. A., student, bds C. B. Guthrie 
Stanback John, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 

Jonesboro 
Staples Miss Bettie, res John N. Staples 
—STAPLES JOHN N., lawyer, res ss W. Market, cor 

Ash st 
Staples Mrs. Margaret, res John N. Staples 
Staples Miss Sallie, res John N. Staples 
Star Tobacco Warehouse, Houston & Lyon, proprs, 

S Elm st 
St. Barnabas (Episcopal) Church, Be v. Alfred H. 

Stubbs, rector, nw cor Gaston and Greene sts 
Steed Miss Annie, res J. W. McNairy 
STEELE MRS. ROSA B., history Bennett Seminary 
STEELE KEY. WILBUR F., B. D., prin Bennett 

Seminary and prof theology, res same 
Steiner W. U., register of deeds, bds Planters' Hotel 
Stephens Jesse F., elk G. Will Armfield, bds Guilford 

House 
Stephens Mrs. L. H., wid, res Mrs D. M. Lambeth 
Stevens Jesse, elk G. Will Armfield, bds Mrs. N. A. 

Brown 
Stewart Adam, moulder, res ss E. Market st, nr R. & 

D. R. R 
Stewart Miss Carrie, seamstress H. H. Cartland, res 

D. E. Thomas 
Stewart Henry, wks C. P. Vanstory 
Stewart Julius M., wks C. P. Vanstory, res ss Gas- 
ton st 
Stewart M. L., mgr Ross & Vanstory, bds Guilford 

House 
Stratford, Wakefield & Co., agr implts and machinery, 

S. Elm st 
Stratford W. 0., of Stratford, Wakefield & Co., ma- 
chinery and agr implts, res nr McLeansville 



102 DIRECTORY. 



BUS! N ESS M N I VERSIt Y. 

;/ ;^ DAILY 0^^ tVV ^? 

i. SEAfC RCULAJZS. -\ 



White Department. 

Strauss M., clothing, dry goods, bds Benbow House 
Stroup Mrs. M. A., vvid, res Mrs. A. A. Anderson 
Stubbs Rev. Alfred H., rector St. Barnabas Episcopal 

Church, bds Thomas Sloan 
Stubbs Miss Eugenie, student, bds Thomas Sloan 
Suits Mrs. M., wid, res Sydney N. Smith 
Sullivan E. C. O., plumbing and house furnishing, 

res Mebane road 
Sullivan J, E., wks E. C. 0. Sullivan, res same 
Swaim Miss Ada, res Lyndon Swaim 
Swaim Miss Isabella, res Lyndon Swaim 
Swaim J. H., machinist and groceries, res ne cor 

Washington and Davie st 
Swaim Logan, res Lyndon Swaim 
Swaim Lyndon, architect, res es Lyndon st, nr E. 

Washington 
Swaim Miss Mary M., res Lyndon Swaim 
Swaim Miss Nannie, res A. J. Odell 
Swan W. C, locomotive eng R. & D. R. R, res es 

Davie st, 1 h s Ashboro st 
Swan S. B., piano and organ agt, res W. C. Swan 

TALBOTT GEORGE, cigarmkr, res Mrs. M. E. 
Townsend 

Tarpley William G., elk W. K. Buchanan, res same 

Tate Mrs. A. G., wid, res es Church, 2 h n Lindsay st 

Tate C. W., bds McAdoo House 

Tate E. W., bds McAdoo House 

Tate H. H., farmer and real estate, res ne cor Edge- 
worth st and Belle Meade ave 

Tate T. H., res H. H. Tate 

Tatum H. B , dray line, res ne cor N. Elm and Gaston 
sts 

Taylor F. A., cond N. C. R. R., res ws Ashboro, 11 h s 
E. Lee st 

Taylor W. S., locomotive eng R. & D. R. R., res ws 
Ashboro, 9 h s E. Lee st 



TRY 



NEWCOMB'S PURE WINES, LIQUORS. 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 



DIRECTORY. 103 



White Department. 

Terrell Mrs. Ellen, wid, res W. B. Crump 

Terrell George T., res ns Gaston, bet Greene and 

Edgeworth sts 
Thacker John, cashier Sample S. Brown, res Mrs. M. 

E. Thacker 
Thacker J. E., bds Mrs. M. E. Thacker 
Thacker Mrs. M. E., wid, res ns Gaston, 1 he N. 

Elm st 
Thorn J. E , baker, res ns E. Market, She Elm st 
Thomas C. P., of Thomas, Keece & Co, job printers, 

res ws Clay st, nr n limits 
Thomas D. E., groceries, res ns Davie, 1 h n E. 

Market st 
Thomas Miss Isabelle, res C F. Thomas 
Thomas Johu, of Thomas, Reece & Co, job printers, 

res C. F. Thomas 
Thomas Miss Mary, res C. F. Thomas 
Thomas, Reese & Co, job printers and binders, S. 

Elm st 
Thompson C T., mgr So Tel Co, bds McAdoo House 
Thornton F. J., elk J. J. Thornton, res same 
THORNTON JOHN J*, jeweler, res es Church, 6 h n 

Lindsay st 
Thornton Miss Kate B./res J. J. Thornton 
Tidball Rev., Presbyterian, res Ashboro road 
Tomlinson J. E., elk Mrs. F. Fishblate, bds Plan- 
ters House 
Townsend Mrs. M. H., wid, boarding, res wsAsh,3 h 

n New st 
Trotter W. D., gen mdse, res ws Ash, bet W. Market 

and Sycamore sts 
Trundle Mrs. Lurenia, wid, resfAdam Hagan 
Turner Miss Ann. res J. T. Turner 
Turner J. T., of Fields & Turner, gen mdse, res ws 

Ashboro, 7 s Lee st 
Turner W. H., plasterer, res ns Gaston st, nr Episco- 
pal Church 
Tyler Mrs. R. W., res Rev. N. H. D. Wilson 

VANSTORY C. M , mgr Mrs. F. Fishblate, bds Plan- 
ters' Hotel 



I, F JJYLWSISfS 

104 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

Vance C. W\, bds McAdoo House 

Van Lindley J., propr Pomona Nurseries, res Salem 

junc 
Vanstorj'- C P , of Vanstory & Floss, livery, feed and 

sale stable and dealers in wagons and buggies, bds 

Planters' Hotel 
Vanstory Miss Lizzie, res William Vanstory 
Vanstory William, carpenter, res ss Gaston, 1 h w 

Green st 
Vernon A T., baggage agt, R. & D. R., bds Hawkins 

Depot, rest 
VERNON CHARLES B., elk Benbow House, res 

same 
Veron &. W , train dispatcher S. & D. R. R., bds 

Hawkins Depot rest 
Vernon R. L., frt and ticket agt, R. & D., res nw cor 

Ashboro and E. Lee st 
Vernon Thomas, tob ware house, ss New, bet S. Elm 

and Ash st 
Vincent William, res ns E. Market, 1 h w R. & D. 

R. R 
Voltz Bernard, market gardner, res Ashboro road 

WADDINGTON Mrs. E. C, proprss Guilford House, 
res ws S. Elm st, 7 h n R„ & D. tracks 

Wagner Mad. Daisy, res Market House Square 

Wagner Washington, res es S. Elm, 1 h n Bragg st 

Wagoner Mrs. M., wid, res John Smith 

Wakefield Geo., of Stratford, Wakefield & Co., ma- 
chinery and agr implts 

Wakefield Henry, sr., of Stratford, Wakefield & Co., 
machinery and agr implts, res Friendship, N. C 

Wakefield Henry, jr., of Stratford, Wakefield & Co., 
machinery and agr implts, bds Planters' Hotel 

Wakefield John, elk W. H. Wakefield & Co, bds T. 
S. Hayes 

Wakefield W. H., of Stratford, Wakefield & Co., ma- 
chinery and agr implts, res Asheboro st 

Wakefield W. H. & Co., hardware, stoves, paints, S. 
Elm st 

Wakefield W. N., of W. N. Wakefield & Co., res ss 
Asheboro, 5 h e Davie st 



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PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 

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DIRECTORY. 105 

White Department. 

Walker Miss Ellen, bkkpr Singer Mfg Co., bds Guil- 
ford House 
Walker Miss Minnie, res Rev. W. T. Walker 
Walker Rev. W. T., res se cor E. Market and Davie 

sts 
Ward Thomas, tinner C. G. Yates' Sons, res C. H. 

Doughty 
Warnersville, s end Elm st 
Watkins Miss J. B., res Mrs. D A. Robertson 
Watson W. J., pass agt, res ss Mebane, She Davie st 
4 Weatherly Miss Alice, res W. P. Caldwell 
'Weatherly A., elk E. A. Small, bds Mrs. Rosa Mc- 
Donald 
Weatherly Bud, elk E. A. Small, bds Mrs. Rosa Mc- 
Donald 
Weaver Preston D., harnessmkr, res ns E. Market st, 

1 h e R. & D. R. R 
Weatherly John, res sw cor Davie and Gaston sts 
Weatherly Miss Lula, res Rufus Murray 
Weatherly Mrs. N. O., saleslady Mrs. C. C, Gorrell, 

res same 
Weaver P. D., harnessmkr 
Walker William, wks North Carolina Handle Co., 

res es S. Elm, 1 h s Bragg st 
Wesley J. W., moulder Sergeant Mfg Co 
Wesley R. D., res ne cor Davie and Gaston sts 
West James, res Cedar, 1 h n Gaston st 
Western Union Telegraph Co., S. A. Howard, mgr 
Westenedge Miss C, res Samuel Westenedge 
Westenedge Miss Fannie, res Samuel Westenedge 
Westenedge Samuel, moulder G. T. Glascock, res ss 

Bragg st, nr C. F. & Y. V. R. R 
Westenedge William, res Samuel Westenedge 
Wharton Miss Anna, retoucher C. P. Wharton, res 

same 
Wharton Cyrus P., photographer, res ns E. Market, 

5 h e Davie st 
WHARTON JOHN W., of Wharton & Wharton, gen 

mdsp, res ss W. Sycamore, 1 h e Edgeworth st 
WHARTON & WHlRTON, hardware and agl imple- 
ments, ws S. Elm st, next Baptist Church 



K B 1 RfWI) ft (10 BOOTS, SHOES I TRUNKS 

111 1 • UU I II W fl/l S. Elm St., Greensboro, N. 0. 
106 DIRECTORY. 

White Department. 

Wharton William, teller Greensboro Nat Bank, bds 

Mrs. N. A. Brown 
WHARTON W. P., of Wharton & Wharton, hard- 
ware and agl implts, res country- 
Wheat J. H., of Farmers warehouse, bds Planters' 

Hotel 
Wheeler Dempsey, wks North Carolina Handle Co, 

res Mrs. Phoebe Wheeler 
Wheeler John, machinist, res Mrs Phoebe Wheeler 
Wheeler O. C , jailer, res es N. Elm, bet Market and 

Gaston sts 
Wheeler Mrs. Phoebe, res es S. Elm, 1 h s Bragg st 
Wheeler Pink, bds J. F. Causey 
White Augustus, cond R. & D. R. R , res es Ashboro, 

3 h n Lee st 
White Isaac W , elk W. M. Houston, res John May 
White James B., res J. D. White 
White John D., postmaster, res ss Lindsay, 1 h e 

Forbes st 
White Joseph, wks Greensboro Handle Co, res John 

May 
White J. S., elk C. & M. Pretzfelder, bds George Al- 
bright 
White J. W., elk W. M. Houston 
White L. C, wks North Carolina Handle Co, 
White Miss M. A., res John May 
White Miss M. E., res J. D. White 
White Miss M. V., res John May 
White Miss Mollie, bds Mad Daisy Wagner 
White Robert G., res J. D. White" 
White Thorns A , student, res John May 
White W. F., compositor Daily Workman, bds R. R. 

Moore 
White W. N., wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Whitehart Miss A., res C H. Whitehart 
Whitehart Miss Bettie, res C. H. Whitehart 
Whitehart C. H., res R. & D. R. R., bet E. Market and 

E. Washington st 
Whitehart Forester, res C. H. Whitehart 
Whittington Charles, watchmkr W. A. Homey, res 
S. Elm st 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^^"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 107 

White Department. 

Whittington H. T., city canvasser Singer MfgCo, bds 

T. W. Wiley 
Whittington Miss Lula, res M. A. "Whittington 
Whittington Mrs. L., wid, res ws Elm, lhs McAdoo 

House 
Whittington M. A., ex mess, res es Ashboro, Ih ne 

Lee st 
Whittington Robert, res Mrs. L. Whittington 
Whitton Thomas, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Whittington W. F., carpenter, res ns Sycamore, 7 h 

w Forbes st 
Wiley Miss Annie, res T. W. Wiley 
Wiley Miss Mollie E., res Thomas W. Wiley 
Wiley Thomas W., coal agt R. & D. R. R., res sw cor 

Gilmer and E. Market st 
Williams A. L., moulder G. T. Glasclock, res e limits 
WILLIAMS H« J., confections, groceries, res ns E. 

Market, 2 h e Gilmer st 
Williams Miss S. E., res Hy J. Williams 
Willis Mrs. S. S., wid, res ws S. Elm st, 10 h n R. & 

Willis William C, wks S. C. Robertson, bds Mrs. N. 
A. Brown 

Wilson George G., teacher, res Rev. N. H. D. Wilson 

Wilson Henry A., res ns E. Market, 2 h e Davie st 

Wilson John N., books and news agency, res cor W. 
Market and Mendenhall stff 

Wilson Miss Lee, bds Mad Carrie Anderson 

Wilson Rev. N. H. D , pastor M. E. Church, res sw 
cor W. Market and Mendenhall st 

Wilson N. H. D., jr, student, res Rev. N. H. D. Wil- 
son 

Wilson Miss Ruhama, res Rev. N. H. D. Wilson 

Wimble Miss Belle, res J. H. Swain 

Winfrey Henry, wks N. C. R. R., bds Willis Sikes 

Winstead J. M., res ss Sycamore, bet Ash and Edge- 
worth sts 

Witty Miss Martha, seamstress H. H. Cartland 

Wolfe Miss Alice, res J. M. Wolfe 

Wolfe John L., elk W. M. Houston, res J. M. Wolfe 



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A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 
W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 



White Department. 

Wolfe John M., carpenter, res es Forbes, 1 h n Me- 

bane st 
Wolfe Miss M. B., res John M. Wolfe 
___W°ttiens Christian Temperance Union, Mrs. F. M. 
Bum pass, pres 
Woodburn Miss Eva L., res T. S. Hayes 
Woodward Jno., mechanic, res E. Market st and limits 
Woodson T. L., produce, bds R. R. Moore 
Wooters C. P., wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res ns 

E. Washington, 1 he Lyndon st 
Wooters E. P., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Wooters J. T., carpenter Sergeant Mfg Co 
Wooten Charles S.. cond R. & D. R. R., res se cor 

Lyndon and E. Market sts 
Worth Hiram C, res Mebane road, sw limits 
Worth Joseph, res Mebane road, sw limits 
Worth Miss Rhoda M., res H. C. Worth 
Worth Miss R. G., res J. S. Worth 
Worth William C, res J. S. Worth 
Wrenn Geo. elk So Ex Co., bds McAdoo House 
Wright Miss A, L , res J. H. Lindsay 
Wright Jesse, wks R. & D. R. R. depot 
Wright Reuben, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res E. 

Washington, 1 h w Gilmer st 
Wright William, wks Greensboro Handle Co., res 

Mebane road, 2 h w Ash st 
Wynck R. R., moulder Sergeant Mfg Co., bds William 
Long 

yATES MISS BESSIE, res Mrs. M. E. Yates 
-*- Yates Charles G.'s Sons, hardware, tinners, etc 
Yates Geo. B., of Charles G. Yates' Sons, hardware, 

tinners, etc., res ws Church st, 4 h n Lindsay 
Yates James T., of C. G. Yates' Sons, hardware, res 

ns Church, bet N. Elm and Davie sts 
Yates J. H., bartender, res ns Gaston, cor Greene st 
Yates Miss Maggie, res Mrs. M. E. Yates 
Yates Mrs. M. E., wid, res ws Church, 5 h n Lindsay st 
Young Men's Christian Association, Michael Sher- 
wood, sec ; A. Wentworth, treas 



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EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the Slate- 
Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



COLORED DEPARTMENT. 



To find a name know how it is spelled. 

Half numbers mean upstairs. 

Errata, changes and removals will be found in last pagpf. 

Where residence or business is located m some named build- 
ing or block, see name of tame in regular classification of white 
department. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 



al alley 

ave avenue 

bd? .board?. 

bet .between 

big building 

elk clerk 

cond conductor 

dept department 

eng... engineer 

es east side 

frt freight 

lab laborer 

mfg manufacturing 

mfr manufacturer 

CLASSIFIED BUSINI 



nr near 

ns north side 

op opposite- 
res resides 

R. M. S... .railway mail service 

R. R railroad 

secy secretary 

i»s south side 

st street 

sup 1 superintendent 

serv? servant 

wash'n washerwoman. 

wid widow 

ws west side 



DIRECTORY AT THE END OF NAME DEPART- 
MENT. SEE INDEX. 



If name or other information wanted is not found in its 
proper classification, see addenda and errata in last pages. 

ADAMS ALFRED, res Warnersville 
■^*- Adams John, res Warnersville 
Adams Turner, servt W. S. Rankin 
Albright Annie, res Warnersville 
Albright Johnson, lab, res ns Lindsay st. 2 h e R. & 

D. R. R 
Albright Julius, res Warnersville -. 

Albright William, wksjD. N. Kirkpatrick) 



110 DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department. 

Allen J. W., bartender, res ns E. Market st, 2 h e 
Davie 

Allen William L, wks K. & D. frt depot 

Alston Sallie, res Warnersville 

A. M. E. Church, cor Mebane road and Lee st, Rev. 
Gullett, pastor 

A. M. E. Church, Rev. B. W. Morris, pastor, e limits, 
nr E Market st 

Amos Phillip, shoemkr, res es Davie, 3 h n Syca- 
more st 

Anderson Henrietta, cook Central Hotel 

Anderson James, wks(j). N. Kirkpatrick^ 

Anthony Caroline, servt Mrs. A. A. Anderson 

Ash Charles, res es Forbes, op Mebane st 

Ash George, res Warnersville 

Ash Mattie, res Julia Scott 

Austin David, wks Patriot office, res es Edgeworth st 
and n limits 

Austin Joseph, res Warnersville 

Austin Martha, res ne limits and R. & D. R. R 

BAILY EMILY, wks John Barker, res Warners- 
ville 

Baily George, wks W. M. Houston, res Warnersville 

Bailey Hezekiah, res ne limits 

Bailey L. E., res es Davie, 1 h n Sycamore st 

Bailey Lee, waiter McAdoo House 

Bailey Lucy, servt George Ledford 

Bailey Stephen, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 
Warnersville 

Bailey Thomas, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 
Mebane road, sw limits 

Balsley Benj., driver So Ex Co 

Bane A. A., shoemkr, res ns E. Market, 1 h e Davie st 

Banks John, flagman R. & D. R. R 

Banks Robert, wks Hawkins Depot rest 

Barnhardt Maggie, res N. C. R. R., op Bennett Col- 
lege 

Barnhardt Mattie, res Maggie Barnhardt 

Barrett Stephen, servt Miss J. J. Mendenhall 

Barringer Henry, wks North Carolina Handle Co., 
res Warnersville 

BENNETT SEMINARY, Rev. Wilber F. Steele, B.D., 
prin, W. Washington Centre sts and limits 



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W dH nflltA flflflflfl For Wines > Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

BClAJJ U LlilK I hltu |@^*Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
■lltf^NliniMIIN McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 111 

♦ Colored Department. 

Bethel John, res Warnersville 
Bevill Jack, res ws Forbes, 1 h s Sycamore st 
Bevill James, servt D. Howell 

Bevill Martin, wks J. & 0. Lewis, res Warnersville 
Bidden Winston, res Jacksonville 
Bilbro Jacob, res Warnersville 

Bird Robert, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac- 
tory, res Warnersville 
Bishop Samuel, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Black Ferdinand, waiter Benbow House, res ss Gas- 
ton, 2 h e Davie st 
Black James, wks C. P. Vanstory 
Black Jane, res ns Sycamore st, op Market House 
Blackman Charles, res Lindsay st and e limits 
Bland Alfred, wks Hawkins Depot rest, res James 

George 
Bland Ernest, res ws Percy, bet E. Market and Lind- 
say st 
Blount Alfred, tinner C. G. Yates' Sons, res ne lim- 
its, nr R. & D. R, R 
Blount Matilla, res ne limits, nr R. &. R. R 
Bosborne Nathan, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Boseley Benjamin, driver So Ex Co, res J. R. Nocho 
Boseman Nathan, res ws Gilmer, cor E. Washington st 
Brannock William, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Brin Oscar, res Jacksonville 
Britton Jennie, cook Planters' Hotel 
Britton Jerry, wks S. S. Brown, res ws Davie, 1 h 

n Bragg st 
Broadfact Thomas, R. M. S., bds Dallas Jones 
Brooks Bettie, wks Thomas Sloan 
Brooks Samuel, res ne limits 
Brooks Spencer, wks Thomas Sloan 
Brown Charles, servt Levi Scott 
Brown E., wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Brown Edgar, servt Clarence Reynolds 
Brown James, lab, res Anderson Graves 
Brown Lawrence, wks R & D. frt depot 
Brown Louisa, servt R. G. Lindsey 
Brown Mollie, res Market House Square 
Brown Polly, servt Julius A. Gray 



112 DIRECTORY 



Colored Department 

Brown Robert, res ns Sycamore, 4 h w Forbes st 

Brown William, res ns Mebane road, 4 h w Ash st 

Burton Ann, res Market House Square 

Burton Henry, res Warnersville 

Burton Susan, servt W. H. Wakefield 

Byers Mitchell, res ns Gaston, 1 h w Forbes st 

pAIN LUTHER, servt C. P. Vanstory 

^ Caldwell Cora, res Nancy Hyatt 

Caldwell Jesse, res E. Market st, nr limits 

Caldwell Lou, res es Clay st, op cemetery 

Caldwell Lovena, servt William S. Ball 

Caldwell Mack, res end W. Market st 

Caldwell Martha, servt James E. Boyd 

Caldwell Minerva, res Mack Caldwell 

Campbell Steve, res Victoria Reed 

Cardwell Logan, res Warnersville 

Carr J. W., groceries, res Warnersville 

Carter Richard, lab, res ns Gaston, 1 h e Davie st 

Champlain Mary, servt R. M. Douglass 

Charles Charles, 2d cook McAdoo House 

Chavers Eliza, ladies maid R. & D. R. R., res Cedar 

st and R. & D. R. R / 
Chavers William, wks\D. N. Kirkpatrick) 
Clairborne Esquire, res Jacksonville 
Clairborne James, servt J. M. Winstead 
Clairborne William, res Warnersville 
Clark Abram, res Warnersville 
Clark Harriet, servt S. A. Howard 
Clark Henry, waiter Benbow House, res ws Percy, 

bet E. Market and Lindsay sts 
Clark Henry, res Warnersville 
Clark Ida, res Jacksonville ~ 

Clark Mathew, wks(p. N. Kirkpatrick) 
Clymer Joseph, res James Dean 
Clymer Mamie, res es S. Elm, 2 h s Bragg st 
Clymer Wilson, hostler McAdoo House stables 
Cobb Fannie, servt David Schenck 
Conrad Eliza, servt C. E. Shober 
Conrad Martha, servt R P. Atkinson 
Cook Oscar, servt J. W. Reece 
Cotton Charles, lab, res ne cor E. Market and Forbes 

sts 
Craig Adeline, res ss Lindsay st, nr R. & D. R, R 



DIRECTORY. 113 



Colored Department. 

Craven Ann, res ws Percy, bet Lindsay and Market 

sts 
Craven Julius, servt J. W. Payne 
Crump Agnes, servt Rufus Murray 
Crutchfield Samuel, res Jacksonville 
Culbert Albert, res ws Percy, bet Lindsay ani E. 

Market sts 
Cunningham Laura, res Joseph Young 
Curry Charles, res Lou Curry 
Curry Ernest, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 

Lou Curry 
Curry Lou, res E. Market st and limits 

TkALTON CECELIA, res James Pickett 

U Dalton Mollie, res Charles Ash 

Davidson John, floor boy McAdoo House 

Davis Cordelia, servt Guilford House 

Davis Fannie, servt Judge T. Settle 

Davis Jane, res ws Davie, 3 h s E. Market st 

Davis Isham, porter J. A. Short 

Davis Isom, servt Mrs. M. L. Sherwood 

Dean James, brickyard, res E. Market st and limits 

Dean John, res James Dean 

Dean Sarah, res James Dean 

Dick Aaron, res Isom Smith 

Dick rienry, wks North Carolina Handle Co ; res ne 

limits, nr R. & D. R. R 
Dick John, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Dick Joseph, wks Hawkins Depot rest, res ws Percy, 

bet Linday and E. Market st 
Dick Rufus, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, res E. Market st 

and limits 
Dick Walter, wks C. P. Vanstory 
Dillard Abner, wks North Carolina Handle^Co, res ns 

Sycamore, 3 h w Forbes st 
Dillard Jane, res Abner Dillard 
Dillard Thomas, stripper J. K. Hall & Co, res Abner 

Dillard 
Doak Andrew, res rear Peyton Bilbro 
Doak Ann, servt A. J. McKibben 
Doak Elijah, res ws Ashboro, 14 h s E. Lee st 
Doak Jasper, res s limits 
Doak Mary C, res L. E. Bailey . 

Donnell Aaron, res Jonesboro 
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114 DIRECTORY 



Colored Department. 

Donnell Ada, servt D. Curtis 
Donnell Adolph, servt D P. Weaver 
Donnell Adolphus, wks John Barker, res E. Mar- 
ket st 
Donnell Addie, servt Archie Glenn 
Donnell Daniel, res Warnersville 
Donnell Isaac, wks Hawkins depot rest 
Donnell John, res ne limits 
Donnell Lizzie, wash'n, res e limits 
Donald Matt, pastry cook McAdoo House 
Donnell Nelson, res Jonesboro 
Donnell William, wks(D. N. Kirkpatrick J 
Dorgid Lindsay, res ne limits J 

Dorsey Henry, res Jonesboro 
Dorsey William, res Jonesboro 
Dumas Emma, servt G. A. Dick 
Dunson Harriet, res Cedar st, and R. & D. R. R 
Dunn Helen, res Warnersville 

Tj^CKEL GEORGE, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
U Eckles Georgiana, servt C. P. Vanstory 
Edinboro Henry, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Factory, res Warnersville 
Edwards Jane, servt John S. Hampton 
Edwill Anderson, plasterer, res Harriett Dunson 
Edwin Leano, res ns Gaston, 1 h w Forbes st 
EUett Pompey, res Wm. Phillips 
Emmerson J. W., barber C. H. Hicks, bds Dallas 

Jones 
Estes Christopher, res Mebane road 
Evans Jennie, servt George S. Sergeant 
Evans Robert, wks\D. N. Kirkpatrick \ 

FUNSEY ROBERT, res Warnersville 
Fortson Thos. A., A.R, mathematics and Greek, 
Bennett Seminary 
Foust Almira, servt W H. Pryor 
Foust Calvin, servt B. E. Sergeant 
Foust Dora, servt Mrs. A. G. Tate 
Foust Francis, servt Henry Jacob 
Foust Sallie, res Causey Turner 
Fowlkes Nannie, servt John N. Staples 
Fowlkes Susan, servt John N. Staples 
Foye Henry, res Warnersville 



DIRECTORY. 115 



Colored Department. 

Frazier George, night watchman Benbow House, res 

Warnersville 
Frazier Jno. W., teacher Bennett Seminary 
Frazier Lizzie, servt W. H. Hill 
Free Jane, cook Planters' Hotel 
Free Louis, res e limits 

Freeman John, wks S. C. Robertson, res E. Market st 
Fries Frank, wks Sergeant Mfg Co 
Frudin Edmond, res Anderson Edwill 
Fulton Noah, res ws Forbes, 1 h s Sycamore st 

GAINES WILLIAM, servt H. H. Tate 
Galloway Chalmers, wks Greensboro Handle 
t Wks 

Galloway Eliza, res ss Sycamore, 2 h w Forbes st 

Galloway Jack, porter Benbow House, res N. C. R. R., 
nr Greensboro Handle Wks 

Galloway Louis, res Eliza Galloway 

Galloway Martha, res Eliza Galloway 

Galloway Turner, res Eliza Galloway 

Gault Hattie, rest, res ws Elm st, 3 h n R. & D. R. R 

Gay Drusilla, servt G. A. Dick 

Gamble Lizzie, servt J. S. Burns 

Gardner Ellen, servt Dr. H. M. Alford 

Garland Rev. D. H , res es Forbes, op Mebane st 

Garner Julius, servt Dr. H. B. Marley 

Garrett Albert, waiter Hawkins Depot rest, res nw 
cor Sycamore and Forbes sts 

Garrett Florence, servt J. H. Fetzer 

Garrett Frank, res Warnersville 

Garrett George, res Warnersville 

Garrett Henrietta, servt Dr. James K. Hall 

Garrett Yancey, lab, res E. Market st and limits 

Gearing G. A., res Matthew Gearing 

Gearing Matthew, carpenter, res end Lyndon st 

George James, res op frt depot R. & D. R. R. 

Gibbs Anthony C, res Warnersville 

Gibson Collie, servt C. Mebane 

Gibson Eliza, servt J. L. Michaux 

Gibson Joseph, res Warnersville 

Gibson Lizzie, res Victoria Reed 

Gibson Rev. L. B., presiding elder, res Warnersville 

Gibson R. M., res Cedar st and R. & D. R. R 

Gibson Will, harnessmkr F. F. Smith, res Warners- 
ville 



116 DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department. 

Gilchrist Ann, res ws Lyndon, bet E. Washington 

and E. Market sts 
Gillespie Henry, wks^D. N. Kirkpatrick - 
Gillespie Loton, blacksmith shop, res Jacksonville 
Gilmer Calvin, res ws Forbes, 2 h n Sycamore st 
Gilmer Charles, wks Hawkins Depot rest 
Gilmer Henrietta, res Robert Brown 
Gilmer Lizzie, servt Mrs. M. E. Yates 
Gilmer Lou, res ns Sycamore, 4 h n Forbes st 
Gilmer Mack, res Warnersville 
Gilmer Madison, res Warnersville 
Gilmer Nettie, servt George T. Terry 
Gilmer Nicey, res ns Sycamore, 4 h n Forbes st 
Gilmer Sarah, res E. Washington, 3 h e Lyndon st 
Good Samaritans, two branches 
Gorrell Albina, res N. C. K. R.. nr Greensboro Handle 

Wks 
Gorrell Calvin, blksmith M. Brown, res e limits 
Gorrell Ella, wks John Barker, res Emeline Gorrell 
Gorrell Nelson, res e limits 
Gorrell William, .wks Greensboro Handle. Wks, res e 

limits 
Goyle William, res Noah Fulton 
Graded School, Rufus McKinzie, prin, ne cor E. 

Market and Percy sts 
Graham H. H, barber C. H. Hicks 
Grand United Order Odd Fellows 
Grasty Jerry, res Jacksonville 
Graves Anderson, res ns E. Market st, nr R. & D. 

R. R 
Graves Charlotte, res e limits 
Graves James, res rear Sam A. McClandey 
Graves Jesse, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Graves Lindwood, wks C. F. & Y. V. R. R., res ws 

Forbes, 1 h n Sycamore st 
Graves Thomas, res Warnersvilles 
Graves Woodleigh, servt Dr. H. M. Alford 
Gray Charles, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Gray Silas, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Gray William, res N. C. R. R., nr Greensboro Han- 
dle Wks 
Green Laura, res Maggie Barnhardt 
Gunn David, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 



DIRECTORY. 117 



Colored Department. 

TTACKNEY JOHN W., servt John A. Gilmer 

■"■ Hall Austin, res Jacksonville 

Hall Isabella, servt Joseph Morehesd 

Hall Jemima, servt Mrs. E. H. Scales 

Hall Louis, res William Jeffreys 

Hanlan Dollie, servt Judge J. H. Dillard 

Hanner Madison, res Jacksonville 

Harding Surrey, res Warnersville 

Harding Thomas, res Warnersville 

Hargreaves Alfred, lab, res ns Lindsay st and lim- 
its 

Hargreaves Maggie, res Martha Hargreaves 

Hargreaves Martha, res E Market st and limits 

Hargreaves Robert, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, res es 
Church, 1 h n Lindsay st 

Hargreaves Sandy, res Martha Hargreaves 

Harper Jack, res Mebane road 

Harris Alex, servt A. M. Scales 

Harris Rosa, servt R. P. Dick 

Harris Robert, rest and confections, res s Elm st 

Haskins Allen, groceries, res Warnersville 

Haston Rueben, lab, res rear J. W. Reece 

Hatcher Julia, chamber maid McAdoo House 

Headen Bowson, servt R. R. Moore 

Headen DuBose, wks Arthur Jordan, res E. Market st 

Headen Emma, servt R. R. Moore 

Headen Thomas, servt R. R. Moore 

Henderson Fannie, servt A. M. Scales 

Henderson Pleasanc, servt Miss J, J. Mendenhall 

Henderson Randolph, res sw Percy, bet Lindsay and 
E. Market sts 

Herrell Abram, res Warnersville 

Hicks Charles H., barber shop, res ns Sycamore, 1 
h n Forbes st 

Hill Harry, res e limits 

Hill M., servt W. R. Richards 

Hill Norman, shop boy L. W. Woods 

Hill Wesley, servt J. V. Pomeroy 

Hill Winship, res Warnersville 

Holland James, waiter Benbow House, res Jack Gal- 
loway 

Holland Sallie, res Jack Galloway 

Holley L. P., res s limits 

Holley W. E., groceries, res nr Bennett College 



118 DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department. 

Holman Ada, servt M. C. Slade 
Holt Wylie, bds Victoria Reed 
Hoover Flora, servt Julius A. Gray- 
Hooper Walter, servt Dr. James K. Hall 
Hopkins Joseph, waiter Planters' Hotel 
Horton Lula, servt Mrs. Nannie McAdoo 
Hoskins Allen, res Warnersville 
Houston Emma, servt W. B. Farrar 
Houston Jesse, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Houston Mary, res Samuel McAdoo 
Howard James, res Warnersville 
Howard Robert, res Warnersville 
Howell D., rest and fish, rps S. Elm st 
Huffing Pink, res Nancy Hyatt 
Hyatt Gilbert, res Warnersville 
Hyatt Nancy, res E. Market st, and R. & D. R. R« 

tracks 
Hyatt Percy, res William Hyatt 
Hyatt Walter, res William Hyatt 
Hyatt William, res ws Edgeworth st, nr n limits 
Hyman Sam, waiter McAdoo House 



I 



NGOLD LOUISA, servt A. J. Odell 



JACKSON THOMAS, wks North Carolina Handle- 
Co, res sw limits, Mebane road 

Jacksonville, Mebane road sw limits 

Jarrett Henry, waiter McAdoo House 

Jeffreys William, lab, res ws Percy, bet E. Market and 
Lindsay sts 

Jenkins Martha, res Sallie Thomas 

Johnson C, res James Graves 

Johnson David, blksmith George B. Yates, res e lim- 
its 

Johnson Douglass, res Warnersville 

Johnson Esquire, head waiter Benbow House, res ss- 
Mebane, 2 h w Forbes st 

Johnson Mary, res Joseph Young 

Johnson Sallie, res R. M. Gibson 

Johnson Thomas, shop boy C. H. Hicks 

Johnson William, driver McAdoo House, res n e lim?~ 
its 

Jones Alice, servt Thomas McMahon 

Jones Allen, wks Sergeant Mfg Co 



DIRECTORY. 119 



Colored Department. 

Jones Anthony, wks Sergeant Mfg Co 

Jones Dallas, shoemkr, res vvs Forbes, 2 h s Syca- 
more st 

Jones Emeline, res Warnersville 

Jones George, saloon, res Warnersville 

Jones Hannah, res Warnersville 

Jones Henry, res E. Market st and limits 

Jones Jacob, res ne limits, nr R. & D. R. R 

Jones J. B., meat and vegetables, res Church st 

Jones James, res Warnersville 

Jones Rev. James P., res Warnersville 

Jones Jennie, res Warnersville 

Joues Joseph, cook J. A. Short 

Jones Joseph, wks John Barker, res R. & D. depot 

Jones Lula, servt J. R. Hughes 

Jones Mattie, res Charity Winslow 

Jones Millis, servt Mrs. L E Smith 

Jones Mollie, servt L. W. Woods ^ 

Jones Pinckney, wks Greensboro Handla Wks, res 
Jonesboro 

Jones S. R., shoemkr, res N. C. R. R., nr Greensboro 
Handle Wks 

Jordan Emily, servt Marcellus Jordan 

Jordan Isaac, wks North Carolina Handle Co 

Jordan James, res ws Gilmer, 2 h ne Washington st 

Jordan Thomas, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 
Willis Robertson 

Jovce Ed, shoemkr, res ns Braj:g st, nr C. F. & Y. V. 
R. R 

TZECK JAMES, wks R&D. frt depot 

-"■ Keck Sallie, res Warnersville 

Keene Nannie, boarding, res Elm st and R. & D. 

R. R 
Keiser Lizzie, servt Rev. J. R Ball 
Kelly Adam, waiter Benbow House 
Kelly John A., vegetables, res ss Gaston, 4 e Davie st 
Kinney George, res R. & D. frfc depot 
Kiikpatrick Eugene, servt W. S. McLain 
Kirkpatrick L., wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Kiser Jacob, servt R. R. Moore 

LAMBERT MILLIE, res Victoria Reed 
Lambeth Mary, servt J. M. Winstead 



120 DIRECTORY 



Colored Department. 

Landon George, res Warnersville 

Law Alfred, res Jacksonville 

Last Isaac, wks James Dean, res N. C. R. R., op 

Greensboro Handle Wks 
Lewis James, wks C. P. Vanstory 
Lewis Miles, fireman North Carolina Handle Co., res 

ss E. Market, 5 h e Gilmer st 
Liddell Jesse, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Lindsay Cseser, res Warnersville 
Lindsay Celia, servt John A. Gilmer 
Lindsay Caroline, res ss Lindsay, 1 h e R. & D. R. R 
Lindsay Green, res Samuel Lindsay 
Lindsay Green, res Warnersville 
Lindsay Henry, porter McAdoo House 
Lindsay Hiram, res Warnersville 
Lindsay Jerry, res George Wilson 
Lindsay John, porter Thomas, Reece & Co 
Lindsay Lucy,^es ne limits and R. & D. R. R 
Lindsay Millie, servt J. D. White 
Lindsay Pinkney, porter Porter & Dalton, res e limits 
Lockett Charles, carpenter, res ss Bragg st, 2 h w C. 

F. & Y. V. R. R 
Logan Ann, res E. Market st and limits 
Lovett John, wks Robert Gullett, res E. Elm st 
Lovett Wade, carpenter, res Mebane road, op Sash 

and Blind Factory 

MACE POLLY, servt Lyndon Swaim 
Mann Spencer, head waiter McAdoo House, res 
James Jordan 
Martin James, res ne limits, nr R & D. R R 
Martin Turner, res ne limits, nr R. & D. R. R 
Masons •> 

Matthews George, wks^J). N. Kirkpatrick\ res Jack- 
sonville J 
Maxwell Hannah, servt S. C. Dodson 
McAdden Hill, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
McAdoo Cheney, chambermaid McAdoo House 
McAdoo Ellen, servt Mrs R. C. Porter 
McAdoo Ellen, servt Mrs. L. E. Smith _ 
McAdoo George, wks 1 D. N. Kirkpatrick) 
McAdoo Kinsey, res es Percy, bet Lindsay and Mar- 
ket sts 
McAdoo J. W., res Warnersville 
McAdoo M. K., blacksmith Geo B, Yates 



DIRECTORY. 121 



Colored Department. 

McAdoo Orpheus, watchman Sergeant Mfg Co., res 

Warnersville 
McAdoo Peter, res Warnersville 
McAdoo Kufus, res Jacksonville 
McAdoo Samuel, fireman L. W. Andrews, res ns 

Greene, 2 h s Gaston st 
McNealy Belle, servt S. Hill 

McNeely Lucinda, res es Davie, 5 h n Washington st 
McConnell Andy, cook Benbow House 
McConnell Susan, servt T. S. Hayes 
Mclver Yancey, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
McKeever Alice, chambermaid Planters' Hotel 
McKeever Yancey, res Nancy Hyatt 
McKinney George, wks R. & D. frt office, res ss Lind- 
say st, 3 h e R. & D. R. R 
McKinnev Rufus, teacher graded school, res Lindsay 

st and'R. & D. R. R 
McLean Sylvina, res es Clay st, op Tates' old factory 
McMichael Green, groom Benbow House 
McPherson Sylvina, servt Judge Thomas Settle 
Meadows Harriet, servt T. B. Keogh 
Meadows Lila, servt T. B. Keogh 
Mebane John, tinner's apprentice Charles G. Yate's 

Sons 
Mendenhall Aaron, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Mendenhall Hannah, servt Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall Kittie, servt Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Mendenhall Julia, 1st cook McAdoo House 
Mendenhall Louis, res Cedar st and R. & D. R. R 
Mendenhall Peggie, servt Miss J. J. Mendenhall 
Merritt Henry, brakeman N. C. R. R., res E. Market 

st and limits 
Mills Ann, servt W. M. Houston 
Milton Simeon, res e limits 
Mims Absalom, res rear George H. Gregory 
Mims William, brickmason, res Miles Lewis 
Mitchell Andrew, res ws Forbes, 2 h n Sycamore st 
Mitchell Annie, chambermaid Planters' Hotel 
Mitchell Lumley, res Warnersville 
Mitchell Melinda, chambermaid Benbow House 
Mitchell Samuel, servt J. L. King 
Montgomery Emeline, servt Mrs. 0. C. Gorrell 
Moody James, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Moody John, res Warnersville 



122 DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department, 

Moore Archie, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac- 
tory, res sw cor Gaston and Forbes sts 
Moore Fannie, res ns Mebane road, 3 h w Ash st 
Moore Henry, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac- 
tory, res Warnersville 
Moore Jbhn, blacksmith shop, res Mebane road 
Moore Lucy, chambermaid Mad. Carrie Anderson 
Moore P., wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Morehead Caroline, res Sylvina McLean 
Morehead Eliza, res ws Percy, 4 h n E. Market st 
Morehead Gaston, res ws Percy, 4 h n E. Market st 
Morehead George, res rear Bennett College 
Morehead Harry, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 

Rhoda Morris 
Morehead James, shoemkr, res e limits 
Morehead Martha, cook Benbow House 
Morehead Quinie, lab, res sw cor Percy and Lindsay 

sts 
Morehead Rev. Pinckney, res ss Lindsay st, 2 h e R. 

& D. R R 
Morehead Robert, wks North Carolina Handle Co., 

res Warnersville 
Morehead Sydney, wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Morehead Thomas, of W. R. & T. Morehead, saloon, 

res Warnersville 
Morehead Tinnan, groceries, res Warnersville 
Morehead Warren, res Jacksonville 
Morehead W. R. & T., saloon, Market House Square 
Morehead W. R , of W. R. & T. Morehead, saloon, res 

Gaston st 
Morehead William, wks North Carolina Handle Co, 

res es Davie st, 1 h n R. & D R. R 
Morris John P., teacher Bennett Seminary 
Morris Martha, res Rhoda Morris 
Morris Rhoda, res ss W. Market, 2 h w Mendenhall st 
Morris Simeon, res.ss Mebane, 2 h wJjTorbes st 
Morrow John, wks(p. N. Kirkpatrick) 
Morton Jane, res ss Gaston, 3 h w Forbes st 
Morton Mony, res Jane Morton 

'VTELSON A. C, night watchman McAdoo House, res 

-*-* Warnersville 

Nelson John, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac* 

tory, res Warnersville 
Nocho J. R., route agt N. C. R. R , res ns Lyndon st 



DIRECTORY. 123 







Colored Department. 

RRELL BENJ., office boy McAdoo House 



PAISLEY MARY, res Warnersville 
Parker Gibson, res ws Percy, bet Market and 
Lindsay sts 

Partridge Sylvia, servt C. J. Bryan 

Patillo W. Henry, wks C. F. & Y. V. K. R., res War- 
nersville 

Patillo Louisa, nurse C W. Ogburn 

Pass Lou, servt W. R. Hughes 

Payne James, res Warnersville 

Payne R. B., barber C. H. Hicks, resWarnersville 

Payne William, res Warnersville 

Penix Harriet, res Warneusville 

Phillips H., barber, res S. Elm st 

Phillips J., res William Phillips 

Phillips William, wks D. W. C. Benbow, res E. 
Market st and limits 

Pickett James, res se cor Forbes and Lindsay sts 

Powell Rev. Amos, res N. C. R. R , op Bennett College 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. D. H. Garland, pastor, res 
ws Forbes, 2 h n Gaston st 

Price Sylvester, res ss Sycamore, 5 h n Forbes st 

Pritchett Benjamin, res Warnersville 

Providence Baptist Church, Rev. W. T. H. Wood- 
ward, pastor, e limits and N. C. R. R 

Prudent Missouri, servt David Schenck 

Purris York, res ns Bragg st, nr C. F. & Y. V. R. R 

RAGNELL ROBERT, porter J. W. Scott & Co 
Rankin Susan, servt W. S. Rankin 
Rankin Thomas, res e limits 
Reaves John, res R. & D. R. R., bet E. Market and E. 

Washington sts 
Reed Major, servt J. D. White 
Reed Victoria, res S. Elm st and R. & D. R. R 
Rees Julius, res ws Percy, bet Lindsay and E. Market 

8tS. 

Rhodes Amanda, servt J. H. Winstead 

Richmond George, wks John Barker, res Henry Rich- 
mond 

Richmond Henry, wks John Barker, res Warners- 
ville i 

Richmond James, wks John Barker, res Henry Rich- 
mond 



124 DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department. 

Roane W. H., res D Howell 

Robertson Willis, wks Greensboro Handle Wks, res 
E. Market and limits 

Rogers Mary, res Warren Rogers 

Rogers Warren, res ws Percy, 5 h n E. Market st 

Roland Peggie, res E. Market st and limits 

Ruffin Harper, wks Hawkins Depot rest, res Causey 
Turner 

Russell Charles, res Warnersville 

Russell Maria, servt Rufus Murray 

Russell Moses, resws Percy, bet E. Market and Lind- 
say sts 

ZANDERS ALEX, res Warnersville 
^ Sellers Ann, res Ann Gilchrist 
Sellers James, servt David Schenck 
Sellers John, res ws Percy, bet E. Market and Lind- 
say sts 
Scales Annie, servt Mrs. D. A. Robertson 
Scales Belle, servt A. M. Scales 
Schaufney Lurenia, servt Frank Eldridge 
Scott Eliza, res ws Gilmer, 3 h n E. Washington st 
Scott Jack, res ne limits, nr R. & D. R. R 
Scott John, res es Forbes, 2 h n E. Market st 
Scott Edward, barber L. W. Woods 
Scott Julia, res es Greene, 1 h s Gaston st 
Shaw Isom, res ss E. Market, 5 h e Gilmer st 
Shellv Delia, res Lou Caldwell 
Shelton Texas, servt Mrs. S. S. Willis 
Short Napoleon, res es Percy, bet Lindsay and E. 

Sides Julia, servt W. P. Caldwell 

Simmons Millie, res Jonesboro 

Simpson Belle, lab, res Crawford Simpson 

Simpson Crawford, lab, res S. Elm st 

Simpson Sarah, res ne limits 

Simpson Samuel, res ws Davie, 3 h s E. Market st 

Singleton Clinton, res Jefferson Singleton 

Singleton Hilliard, wks John Barker, res S. R. Jones 

Singleton Jefferson, wks Benbow House, res ns E. 

Market, 3 h w Forbes st 
Slade Benjamin, res Warnersville -v 
Slade James, wksfD. N. Kirkpatrickj 



Sloan Emma, res Warnersville 
;Sloan Emily, res Warnersvilh 



DIRECTORY. 125 



Colored Department. 

Sloan Horace, cook, res N. C. R. R., op Greensboro 

Handle Wks 
Sloan Isaac, res e limits 
Sloan Jesse, res E. Market st and limits 
Sloan Julia, servt Rev. L. W. Crawford 
Sloan William, barber shop, res E. Market st 
Sloan Wilson, eng Greensboro Sash and Blind Fac- 
tory, res ne limits 
Sloan Wilson, res Warnersville 
Sloan Yancey, office porter Benbow House 
Smith Amy, res ss Sycamore, 5 h n Forbes st 
Smith Anthony, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 

rear Mrs. L. E. Smith 
Smith Bettie, res Isom Smith 
Smith Henry, waiter Central Hotel 
Smith Iffie, servt J. W. Payne 
Smith Isom, res ss Mebane, 1 h w Forbes st 
Smith James, servt Rev. L. W. Crawford 
Smith Margaret, res es Greene, nr w Market st 
Smith Mary Ann, res ss Sycamore, 5 h n Forbes st 
Smith Phillip, lab, res Isom Smith 
Smith Sam, barber H. Phillips, res same 
Smith Thomas, drayman Callurn Bros. & Co 
Smith Wesley, servt J. L. Michaux 
Smith William, res Mary Ann Smith 
Smith Winnie, servt, res Mrs. Rosa McDonald 
Snipe James, wks North Carolina Handle Co 
Stanfield Amos, res e limits 
Stanfield Solomon, wks North Carolina Handle Co., 

res e limits 
Stanfield W., wks Greensboro Handle Wks 
Steele Turner, wks C P. Vanstory 
Strange John R. V., barber Sam Wiley, res Warners- 
ville 
Swaim Henry, res ss E. Washington, nr Gilmer st 
Swan G. W., servt J. E. Boyd 
Swift Calvin, res Warnersville 
Swinston Henry, res Jacksonville 

TATUM MARY servt R. G. Glenn 
Taylor George, res ss Sycamore, 3 h n Forbes st 
Taylor Milton, painter, res Samuel Simpson 
Thacker Ainsley, res George Taylor 
Thacker Caroline, servt J. V. Pomeroy 



\"26 DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department 

Thacker Caswell, carpenter, res ns Lindsay and E. 
Lindsay st 

Thacker Hattie, servt J. V. Pomeroy 

Thacker Mittie, servt J. V. Pomeroy 

Thom Emma, servt J. R. Mendenhall 

Thorn Zenith, servt H. H. Tate 

Thomas James, wks North Carolina Handle Co., res 
Mebane road 

Thomas Mary, servt Thomas McMahon 

Thomas Sallie, res Cedar st and R. & D. R. R 

Thomas Samuel, drayman Odell & Co 

Thompson L , wks North Carolina Handle Co 

Thompson Lettie, res nw cor Green and Gaston st3 

Topson Louis, res Jacksonville 

Towns Sarah, servt F. Fishblate 

Trotter Rufus, wks C. P. Vanstory 

Turner Causev, boarding, res es Davie, 1 h n R. & D. 
R. R 

Tucker Henry, porter J. W. Scott & Co, res Jackson- 
ville 

Tucker Nannie, servt Peter Hubbard 

UNTHANK HERMON, res Warnersville 
Unthank Jasper, res Warnersville 

T7ARMACK DOCK, res Warnersville 
" Vaughan Maria, servt Mrs. A. T. Keeling 

WADDELL EMILY, res nw cor Gaston and Davie 
sts 

Waddell Pattie, chambermaid Benbow House, res 
Sarah Waddell 

Waddell Sarah, res nw cor Gaston and Davie sts 

Waddy Gracie, res Warnersville 

Wagoner Jane, servt W. C. Swan 

Walker George, servt Julius A. Gray 

Walker Lizzie, res es Church, 1 h n Lindsay st 

Walker Mangum, res Warnersville 

Walker Millie, servt William Sergeant 

Walker Stephen, res es Gilmer, 1 h n E. Washing- 
ton st 

Walker Thomas, wks John Barker, res Lizzie Walker 

Walton-Ella, res Anderson Edwill 



F or Win es, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

JPi^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. ~127 

Colored Department. 

Ware Thomas, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, res ne cor Gil- 
mer and E. Washington sts 
Warmack Jacob, res rear George H, Gregory 
Watkins Frank, wks(D. N. Kirkpatrickj 
Watkins Lutitia, servt W. C. Porter ~ 
Watkins Monroe, wkstf?. N. Kirkpatrickj 
Watson Lizzie, servt J7L. King 
Weatherly Ed, res Warnersville 
Weatherly Kate, servt John Weatherly 
Weatherly Madison, wks R. & D. frt depot, res Jack- 
sonville 
Weatherly Pinckney, servt Judge T. Settle 
Weatherly Robert, wks North Carolina Handle Co, 

res Warnersville 
Webb Rosa, servt S. S. Brown 
Weir Silas, wks Greensboro Sash and Blind Factory, 

res Warnersville 
Wharton Amelia, res ne limits, nr R. & D. R. R 
Wharton Andrew, res E. Washington st and N. C. 

R. R 
Wharton Ceasar, res Warnersville 
Wharton Gaston, blksmith, res ns E. Market, 2 h w 

Forbes st 
Wharton Jane, servt W. H. Hill 
Wharton Nelson, servt C. Wheeler 
Wheeler Pleasant, wksjD, N. Kirkpatrick) 
White Christopher, res E. Market st and limits 
Whitis Edmond, res Warnersville 
Whitis George, groceries, res E. Market st 
Whitis Henry, brickmason, res e limits 
Whitis Moses, res E. Washington st and N. C. R. R 
Whitus Abram, res ws Percy, bet E. Market and 

Lindsay sts 
Whitus Amelia, servt R. G. Glenn 
Whitus Ann, servt Louis W. Andrews 
Whitus Dock, lab, res ns Lindsay st, 2 h e R. & D. 

R. R 
Whitus William, floor boy Planters' Hotel 
Whitfield Henry, res Jacksonville 
Whitfield Lee, res Cedar st and R. & D. R. R 
Whitfield Oscar, shop boy Sam Wiley 



128 DIRECTORY, 



Colored Department. 

Wiley Samuel, barber Samuel' Jones, res Warners- 
ville 

Williams Alex, pressman J. S. Hampton & Co 

Williams Earl, servt Mrs. Mary Smith 

Williams Esther, res Causey Turner 

Williams J. N., res Warnersville 

Williams Jacob, wks North Carolina Handle Wks, 
res es Edgeworth st and n limits 

Williams Rev. H., res e limits 

Williams Mary, res Warnersville 

Williams Samuel, res ws Forbes, 1 h n Sycamore st 

Williams Solomon, res Warnersville 

Williams Zach, res Warnersville 

Wilson Adolphus, res Warnersville 

Wilson George, lab, res ns Lindsay st, 2 h e R. & D. 
R. R 

Wilson Hannah, res Warnersville 

Wilson Joseph, res Warnersville 

Winchester Harriet, servt George Donnell 

Winchester Sandy, res Lettie Thompson 

Windon A. L., wks W. M. Houston, res Warnersville 

Winslow Charity, res ws Forbes, 1 h s Gaston st 

Wommack Chas., porter Mrs. F. Fishblate 

Wood Henry, res rear Peyton Bilbro 

Wood Nancy, servt Dr. B. A. Cheek 

Woods James, res Jacksonville 

Woods L. W., barbershop, resnw cor Mebane and 
Forbes st 

Woodward James, wks R. & D. frt depot 

Woodward Rev. W. T. H., minister, res ss E. Market,. 
5 h e Gilmer st 

Wright Benjamin, res ne limits, nr R. & D. R. R 

Wright Clement G., res J. H. Lindsay 

Wright Lizzie, res rear W. S. Moore 

Wright Louis, waiter Benbow House 

Wright Maggie, res es Forbes, 1 h n E. Market st 

YANCEY D. B., res Warnersville 
Yates Wm., tinner Charles G. Yate's Sons, res 
ns Lindsay st, 1 h e R. & D. R. R 
Young Green, servt T. B. Keogh 
Young Joseph, res se cor Sycamore and Forbes sts 



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DIRECTORY. 45 

Farmers Receiving Their Mail at Greensboro 

Abbott J C, Adams Alfred, Adams G M, Adams J S, 
Adams John. Adams Peter H. Albright Ammy, Al 
bright D C & E W, Albright D E, Albright Geo W, 
Albright Joseph us, Albright J W, Albright Mary C, 
Alston Matthew, Albright Peggy, Alderman A H, 
Alderman W F, Alexander I C, All^n Gaston. Allen 
S E, Allen George W, Andrews J B, Andrews John, ^^^ 
Andrews L W, Anderson & Scales, Anthony G L, Ans- ^ffl 
tin Ed, Amsteth Adolph, Armfield G Will, Arm field W 
Jane, Armfield & Kirtman, Ashe George, Axlett L D, "^H 

Bailey Thomas, Bill Rev I B, Ball W G, Ballinger WW 
M N, Ballinger Yancey, Balsley Benjamin, Balsley J SffiM 
B, Balsley Kitty, Balsley W G, Barker John. Bar- Esasp 
ker & Short, Barnes I S, Barringer Henry, Baxter ggjgL, 
E M B, Bell S W, Belmar & Davidson, Benbow D 
WC, Bennett D M, Bennett I Frank, Bennett Andy, mm, 
Bergman U L, Berrie Daniel, Berill & Co, Berill 
Wm E, Belbro P H, Bird Warren, Blair Arris. Bogart 
W B, Boss Martha, Bowman Joseph, Bowman W 
M, Bracken Mrs S E, Briggs G K, Brown D M, Brown 
Edward, Brown H L Brown James, Brown Nannie gsmk 
A, Brown Spencer, Brown S S, Brown W A, Brucn ^ Jl 
Martha, Bryan J H & Co, Buchanan Francis, Bu" 
hanan I H, Buchanan Thomas, Buchanan vV I , <j 
Buck Mrs. Emma, Bumpass Mrs F M, Burton Wil- ^ 
liam, Byers Louisa. $fc-i 

Cable Alex, Caldwell D F, Caldwell Mitchell, Cald- 5CT 1 
well Rena, Caldwell Thomas, Caldwell W A, Cald- !jjrj 
well W P. Campbell Alex, Copps C C, Carter J G, °Eft 
Cartland H H, Oausey J F, Causey J G, Chapman" P^/ 
O C, Chavers W, Chavis William, Clapp Abram, ggg 
Clifton J W, Cliraer Cunningham, Cockleruce J R, Z^t 
Coe Ellen, Coe W A, Cothran S H, Cook J M, Cook x^fl 
J W, Crutchfield A A, Cummings E F, Cummings £8°^ 
J M, Davis Henry, Davis Solomon, Dean D C, Dean »q|| 
James, Denny G A, Dennies Robert, Denny Samuel, °q 
Denny Thos D, Dick Charles, Dick Geo A, Dick J z^j 

mTvIiif & nirtin. Diium ' g 

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QC 4 <J DIRECTORY 



g USl NESsMn I VERIT Y 



^a 

KH © W, Dick R P, Dick Vina, Dick Wilson, Dillard J 
O xti H, sr, Dillon Jane, Dixon M C, Doak Arthur, Doak 
£5 fl J $, Dodson Daniel, Dodson W P, Donnell Aaron, 
^hTj Donnell Emsley, Donnell G D, Donnell J, Donnell 
p^j^ Mrs J, Donnell Joseph, Donnell J D, Donnell J H, 

Donnell Martin, Donneil Milton, Donnell Nelson, 
Q jj Donnell Reuben, Donnell Yancey, Dossey Henry, 
§5 O Dossey William, Douglas R M, Dungy J A.. 
^£ Eckel C E, Eckel George, Edwards* G B, Edwards 
ft Jno E, Edwards Lettie, Edwards T A, Edwards W 
H*!" 1 D, Eggert George C, Elfland M L, Ennis J H, Ev- 
H g ans Hannah, Farrar W B, Fields C H, Fields Ju- 
^ m lian. Fields J F, Fisher Peters, Fleming R A, Fo- 
M^ gleman Ed, Fogleman Mike, Forbes D W, Forsyth 
OP John, Forsvth William, Foster J T, Fowlkes T, 
H ^5 Freeman Mrs L J, Fuller A W. 

„ ^ Galloway Anthony, Galloway J, Gault J M, Gault 
^ P James, Gault William, Gardner Jesse, Garris W A, 
j^. < Giles O A, Gillespie D D, Gilmer Jno A, Gilmer 
FH Mack, Gilmer Robert, Gilmer Tobias, Glass G W, 
0*h Glass Melinda, Gladson W M, Glenn C M, Gorrell 
P3 O Mrs C C, Gorrell R G, Graves Nellie, Graves Silas, 
*2 Gray I A, Green J M, Greeson Rebecca, Gregory 
" Geo H, Griffin Denny, GullStt Emsley, Hackett J J, 
Jg Hagewood Jno A, Haith Joseph. Hall M M, Hanner 

Allen, Hanner S, Hanner Rhoda, Hanner R K, 

K Harris Hannah, Harvey Mrs D S, Harvey W M, 
Herden Owen, Heath Mrs Ed, Hendrix Andy, Hen- 
drix E M, Hendrix I M, Hendrix J L, Highfield W 
HF, Hill W S, Hilton W W, Hines Rufus, Hinshaw 
Mims, Hodgin I A, Hodgin Mrs M E, Holden Henry, 
sbhsjsJ Holden Jno D, Holley W E, Holmes Lepu, Holmes 
L W, Holmes Wilson. Holt Mitchell, Holt Nancv, 
Holt 0, Holt W G, Hoskins Charles, Hoskins E N, 

STRUSSES" lt *lLS?I i « !,K 



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EWOOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
Mc A.doo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



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Hoskins T, Howard Robert, Houston C E, Houston Er 
J A, Houston Lepee. Houston W M, Hudson A L, tf 1 
Hudson J C & J M, Hyatt Mary, Hyatt Martin. Hy- g 
att Milo F, Hyatt Harriet, Hvatt Richard, Hyatt ^ 
Robert G, Hyatt T C. g 

Iddings Nancy, Iddings William, Ingald Alfred, GC 
Irvin Isabella, Iseley L C, Iseley L N. . Q 

Jackson G W, Jackson J A, Jarrell J F, Jackson J ^ 
H, Jarrell W A, Jackson W G, Jenkins Martha, Jen- 
kins W R, Johnson C C, Johnson David, Jones Allen, $f> 
Jones A W, Jones Calvin, Jones Pinkney, Jones Se- 
ban, Jordan Arthur, Joyce James, Julian Jesse. Q 

Keogh T B, Kerr Cyrus, Kersey Mrs D, King J L O 

& Co, Kirkman Nancy, Kirkman S J, Kirkman R, £d 

Kirkman W L, Kirkpatrick Branson, Kirkpatrick hj£d 

(D N, Kirkpatrick L, Kirkpatrick Sam?) O^ 

Landretn C E, Landreth M D, Lane George, Lane o^ 
J W, Lane Levi, Lane T J, Lane W H, Lanier J F, ^* 
Ludley J V, Lindsay Dr Edward, Lindsay Jesse H, £5^1 
Lindsay Pinkney, Leonard C W, Lettico Eliza, Lewis i^H^ 
C E, Lewis D, Lloyd B G, Lloyd Jacob, Long Wil- 5 
liam A, Love William, Lovitt D, Lvttle Jesse. Pj2L 

Mack Thomas, Marley Dr. H B, McAdoo C N, Mc- HJ" 
Adoo Milton, McAdoo W D, McCulloch John, McCul- £*£ 
loch Logan, McCormick W H, McKibbins A J, Mc- H* 
Knight John E, McLean W P, McMurray J W, Mc- HJg 
Narvy J W, Meade Lucy, Mebane D C, Mitchell Cal- §' 
vin, Mitchell Cornelia. Mitchell J A, Mitchell J J, ^O 
Mitchell S S, Mitchell W P, Morehead Burwell, More- W 
head Eugene, Morehead J T, Morehead Sandy, More- jpj 
head Sydney, Morehead Wash, Morgan Calvin, Mor- ^ 
ris E P, Mullen Isaac, Murray W R. 

O'Connor Thomas, Ogbane C W, Ozment E, Ozment m 
JR. 3 

Parks Wm E, Parker George R, Parker George, ^ 
Paschal E, Pass Peter, Patterson W W, Peacock Rob- ^ 
ert, Penix W R, Permar P, Price Caroline, Pritchett j 
John, Pritchett Zeb, Phipps Frank, Phillips John, ^ 
Plunkett G W, Porter W C, Powell A A, Puryear ^ 
John. /^■■S 



2 IB TOBACCOS **gS$8S®*- 

■J . 48 DIRECTORY. 

W . Rainey D S, Rankin J A, Rankin John N, Rankin 
™SNE, Rankin Susan, Rankin W C, Reece J M, Rey- 
8™ |^r nolds Mrs Ann, Reynolds J, Reynolds W D, Rich 
H§D W, Rich George, Rich G W, Richardson P P, 
rf EH Ridge W J, Robertson Allen, Robertson A T, Ro- 
§ De y Charles, Robertson -Tames, Ross H F, Ross J M, 

>£H Ross L F, Ross Phoebe, Russell Letitia, Russuua Eli- 
^ hu, Rust Henry. 
Q Sampson D E, Scaler Hon A M, Schuler E F, Scott 

gfeLM, Scott R M, Sergeant William, Sharp J C, Sharp 
22 J H, Sharp W A, Shaw J F, Shelton Svune, Shep- 
^ H herd P M, Sherwood Maud, Short M A, Siddons Rob- 
Ik [in 1 ert, Sikes Emsley, Sikes Willis, Sikes Newton, Sikss 

PS W N, Simpson Calvin, Slack J W, Sloan Horace, 
•Q § Sloan Jerry, Sloan R M, Sloan W Y, Smith. A M, 
*m W Smith E H, Smith Georee A, Smith J D, Smith Mrs 
■■ p L, Smith W C, Smith AV^R, Smith SAW, Smithers 
*8[ >h Robert, Snipes Archie, Stack Cornelius, Stanley A L, 

gj Stanley M M, Starr John A, Stewart John, Stowe 
JD.J5 W A. Stratford E W, Summers J S, Suits John,.. 
ly H Swain Lyndon. Swain Paul, Swekson G W. 

• p^ Tate Henry, Taylor J B, Terrell Geo T, Terry Ed, 
i o Thorn Martha, Thomas D E, Thomas M, Thomas R 

©G, Tidball W B, Trotter W D, Tucker W G. 
Tanstory C P, Vernon A T, Vernon R L Valz B. 
!H Wakefield W H, Ward James M, Ward J W, Ward 

fc—gP* Naomi, Ward W W, Warnock William, Wattington 
I^hS D B, Wattington Henry, Weatherly Draper, Weath- 
B5g£: erly Jerry, Weatherly Mrs Lou, Weatherly W J, 
[Smb^ Weatherly William, Weaver C P, Webb James W, 
^J""S Wharton Benjamin, Wharton Ben, jr, Wharton David, 
j 3S| Wharton Joseph, Wharton J D, Wharton John C, 
PQ Wharton Thomas, Wharton W D, White Ellis, White 
J D, Whitis Dabney, Whitis Henry, Whitset A T, 
Whittington Louisa, Whittingdon M, Whittingdon 
M A, Wiley Robert, Wiley W W, Williams Hugh, 
Willis T J, Wells Rev R H, Wilson George, Wimble 
J F, Winton A A, Winton Theo, Witherspoon Harry, 
Worth Daniel, Worth Garnett & Co, Wood Jacob, 
Worth J S, Wooters J T, Worth Phoebe, Wray A B, 
Wray A C, Wray W C, Wright J S, Wyatt H A. 
Yates C D, York F M, Yountz Joseph. 



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EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



SALEM AND WINSTON. 



OFFICERS AND INSTITUTIONS. 

County Officers Forsyth County. ppfj 

Clerk Superior Court — C. S. Hauser. Dag 

Sheriff-Aug. Fogle. "Jg 

Register Deeds— D. P. Mast. €P 

Treasurer — C. J. Ogburn. < gj^ 

Surveyor — M. H. Morris. 4|||| 

Coroner— W. M Barron. ••>•! 

Supt Public Schools— A. I. Butner. §& 
Standard Keeper — John H. White, sr. p^ 

Inferior Court'. r< S 

Composed of three Justices of the Peace. Members, ^ «[• 
J. W. Fries, chairman, J. W. Boyer, N. F. Sullivan, » fi| 

associates; Eoba B Kerner, Solicilor, ^ @i 

Clerks same as Superior Court, convenes second § ^ 

Monday in February and August. ^ IB 

Note For times holding Superior Courts of N.C. 3 ^ 

see page 33. ^ W 

Justices of Winston Township. | g 

J. W. Fries. * S 

T. T. Best. 2 

N. S. Cook. % m 

C. Hamlen. - M H 
M. Grogan. Sa 

B. J. Shepperd. < M 
T. B. Douthit. 3 ;h: 

C. A. Fogle. *» 
J.W.Martin. g_ 
Wm. Barron. !zj liNg 
R. D. McCuiston. "L f? 



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To CALLUM'S DRUG STOPtE, Greensboro, for Q 
all kinds of Drugs and Medicines, 
Paints and Oils. 



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DIRECTORY. 









Business W niversit y. 



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City Officers Winston. 

Mayor — J. C Buxton. 

Sec. and Treas. — J. H. Masten. 

Town Constable and Col. — J. C. Bessent. 

Chief of Police — W. G. Bahnson. 

Police Force— W. M. Harris, J. W. Bradford. 

Commissioners— S. Byerly, P. H. Hanes, S. H. 
Smith, John H. Masten, G. L. Miller, James A. Gray, 
R. J. Reynolds. 

Graded School Commission — Rev. C. H. Wilev, 
Prest., W. A. Whittaker, Secy, Rev. S. D. Franklin, 
P. H. Hanes, James A. Gray. 

Street Overseer— W. H. Watkins 

Cemeteries — H. K. Thomas. 

City Attorneys — Watkins and Glen. 

GjS Committees. 

g§ Sanitary— S. H. Smith, G. L. Miller, R. J. Rey- 
S^s nolds. 

Auditing— The Mayor, J. C. Buxton, P. H. Hanes, 
-> J. A. Gray. 
Q§§ Street— S. Byerly, S. H. Smith, P. H. Hanes. 

Fire— S. H. Smith, J. H. Masten, R. J. Reynolds. 

jjgS FIRE DEPARTMENT, 

Chief- J. C. Buxton. 

Winston Steam Eire Co. 

No. 1 Engine House, Liberty, bet Second and Third 
sts. J. H. Masten, capt, H. D. Leak, sec. 
Hook and Ladder Co. being organized. 



GRAY & 
MARTIN 



DRUGS (Wiiutn, I.C. ' 



WfUflflWA Rfflflftfl For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. ^Jfc. 



McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C 

DIRECTORY. 51 

LICENSES AND TAXES. 

Real, 65 cts. per $100. ^^ 

Town poll, $3 95. 1 

Auctioneer (itinerant) first day $10, and succeeding 
days $3 00. ^ *■■ 

Express Co $ 20 00 oh 

Railroad Co 50 00 

Dray, 1 horse 2 50 (fc» 

Dray, 2 horse 5 DO 

Patent righ t dealers 5 00 m 

Photographers 5 00 |_|5Z 

Telegraph Co's 1 00 ^§ 



Distillers 10 00 /^ Q 

Livery Stable 5 00 ■ 

Hucksters (non residents) 5 00 rj ■ 



Rectifier 10 00 



Steam distillery 50 00 g * 

Gift enterprise 50 00 ^ 

Omnibus 2 00 ^ Q 

Hotels 5 00 b 2 

Boarding house restaurants 2 50 P-<^» 

Fruit peddlers 50 |— iC 

Poultry peddlers 5 00 o ft 

Ice dealers, retail 5 00 ^ jM) 

Barber shops 2 00 (_, 

Lightning rods 15 00? 

Auction house '. i . 100 00 £'P 

or per month 15 00 CD 2 

Merchandise broker 15 00 • J wm 

Circus 25 00 M ^ 

Side show 10 00 ^ 

Theatrical troupe from 5 to 10 00 Pi jgj 

Barroom 500 00 A m 

Billiard room 500 00 r 



Ten pin ally .'.'.'.'.'. '. '. '. '. '. .'.'.'. '. . .... 150 00 P O 

Street Directory. "Af\ 

Fourth (4th) st running from east to west limits ' M 
crossing Main at public square, Winston dividing py 






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Am PERFUMES 

"tCL 52 DIRECTORY. - 

iH line. Main street running directly through S^lem 
^^ and Winston, crossing Fourth at public square, Win- 
Y^ t-tnn principal street. 

First st dividing line between towns, running east 
^jp and west, Winston 

*" Second, 1st north First, east to west limits, Win- 

j— * stun. 

^> Third, 2d north, First from east to west limits, 
q Winston. 

♦^ Fourth, 3d north First from east to west limits, 
QQ Winston. 

Fifth, 4th north First from east to west limits, 
lj Winston. 

Sixth, 5th north First, from east to west limits. 
__. Winston. 
^p Ash, 3d west Main from West st, Salem. 

" ^ Bank, 4th south First, from Church west to limits, 

PJ Salem. 
X/X, Belews Creek, 1st south First, from Main to west 
limits, Salem. 

-+-> Belews Creek road intersects Belews Creek st, 

^ Salem. 

Broad, 1st west Spring, Winston, from 5th Winston 
XjCX to M u ^ Derr y st > Salem. 
" fy^T Cemetary, 2d south First, from Main, east Salem. 

*X^} Cherry, 3d west Main, from north limits, Winston 
i_«( to New Shallowford, Salem. 

Q^j Chestnut, 2d east Main, from north to south limits, 
/r\\ Winston. 

^ ' Church, 1st east Main, from limits to limits, Salem 
and Winston. 

Court House square, bounded by 3d 4th, Liberty 
and Main Streets. 

% nriXTT PHYSICIANS °n&'S£& 

' ; 9 1 a Bi j and Moore counties can save money by buying 
•^^ 1 J ■_ M A their Drugs from Galium Bros. & Co., Greensboro. 



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Bfl fffifflMMUfl wines and Li'iuovs Lead the State! U_J 
T wKUU I MK \ PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES t I I 
. Ui HMVV WUIHiII II McAdoo House, Greensboro, N.«. W 

M 

DIRECTORY. 53 ^» 



Depot Street, 3d past Main, from north limits, to 
R&DRR depot, Winston. 

Elm, 2d west Main, from 4th Winston, to Old Shal- 
lowford, Salem. ^ 

Germantown Road, intersects Liberty Street, h^I 
Winston. 2* 

High, 1st south of First, from Elm west, to limits, ^ 
Salem. & 

Laurel. 5th west Main, from Old Shallowford, 7^ff~) 
south to limits. J^C 

Liberty, 1st west Main, from north limits, Winston, ^ to 
to Old Shallowford, Salem. g g 

Main, north and south from limits of • Winston ^ <rt " 
through and to limits, Salem. H jg^ 

Marshall, 1st west Main, from Mill to Old Shal- £ E^ 
lowford, Salem. p o> 

02 CO 

Mill, 8th south First, from Main west to limits, — «— -> 
Salem. . ^ 

Mulberry, 4th west Main, from Old Shallowford, £J 
south to limits, Salem. C"^ 

h— I 

New Shallowford, 3d south First, from Main west £_, 

to limits, Salem. £> 

Old Lexington Eoad, intersects Salisbuy Road, <{ <^> 

Old Plank Road, intersects Waughtown Road, h ~ 

Old Shallowford, 5th south First, from Church west Jj Q 
to limits, Salem. 2 

Old Towd, 2d west Main, from north limits, Wins- P 
ton to Fourth Street. ^ $? 

Old Town Road, intersects Old Town Street, Win- q r} 
ston. ' fJ 

Paper Mill Road, intersects west end to New Shal- *g 
lowferd, Salem. d 



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SPICES, DYES AND FLAVORS = 

At Gray & Martin's, Winston, K. 0. « 



PAINTS! OILS «'L«™J< 



Qu> A MA&e A V 4 VAflJIM Winston, 2V. O. 

U° 54 DIRECTORY. 

i Pine, 4th west Main, from Sixth Winston to New 

M 5§ Shallowford, Salem. 
i_o ' 

S S°= Poplar, 2d west Main, from Mill to Old Shallowford, 

oS Salem. 

— a„ Poplar, 6th west Main, from 4th to Sixth, Winston. 

M O+j 

"Sip Public Square, Salem, bounded by Church, Old 

Hi$ Shallowford and West Streets. 

^os Salisbury Road, south end Main Street, Salem. 
rvjjS Shallowford Road, intersects Broad Street, Win- 
"i-Sston. 

^T< Spring, western corperate limits, Winston. 
+^:j Spruce, 5th west Main, from Sixth, Winston, to 
h< north Shallowford, Salem. 

£3—. Sycamore, 5th east Main, bet Fourth and Fifth sts, 
£jf*H Winston. 

R Vine, 4th east Main, bet Fourth and Fifth, Winston. 

~Z& Walnut, 7th south First, from Main west to limits, 
g^ Salem. 

S U Waughtown road, intersects Main and Mill sts, 
Ejjjl 5$ Salem. 

q §< West, 6th south First, from Church west to limits, 
*M £ Salem. 
O 6 
>n Winston Park, bounded by Spruce, 4th, First and 

^ Spring sts, Winston. 

rr) CITY OFFICERS SALEM. 

pf^t Mayor— C. H. Fogle. 

UjJ Secy and Treas — L. N. Clinard. 

^^5 Commissioners — J. G. Sides, J. W. Fries, A. A. 

r . J Spaugh, H. S. Crist, N. T. Shore, C. S. Hauser, L. A. 

£"™^ Brietz. 

f^^j Street Commissioner— C. H. Fogle. 

P^ 1 Police— A. C Shepherd. 

r" i Salem Fire Engine Co. 



So WHY 



Don't you buy Hamlin's Wizard Oil at 
Callum's, and save 10 cents on the bottle? 
Others charge you $1 for the same goods. 



DIRECTORY 



mNEWCOMB'S PURE WINES, LIQUORS, I— ( 
TOBACCO AND CIGAKS. c&i&g&HglV.-c. L 
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Winston and Salem Post Office. 

Note — For postal regulations see page 19, appen- 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

United States Commissioner. 

Charles Brietz, Commissioner. 

Internal Revenue Office. 

W. H. Wheeler, collector 5th district. 

Widows Home. 

Under the auspices of the Moravian church, sw cor 
Main and Old Shallowford sts, Salem. I » 

o 

Salem Post Office. Q£ 

Postmaster — J. Blickenderfer. 

Assistant — J. A. Seaber. ^, 

R. M* Service. Nd 

Over Salem branch (R. & D. R. R.) double daily. 
Star Service. 

Winston double daily. 

Salem to Yokey, leaves Tuesdays and Fridays at 2 H ^i 

p.m., arrives 1:40 p.m., same days. " Si 

Mt. Airy, daily at 7 a m. (except Sundays), returns q **»» 

same days at 3:30 p m., supplying Winston, Bethania, m ^ 

Five Forks, Tobaccoville, Dalton, Culler, Pilot Moun- - 

tain, Bliss, Flat Shoal. % «? 

Winston Post Office. Ny 

Postmaster — W. A. Walker. H ^ 

Assistant-J. R. Walker. * P3 

Delivery and Stamp— F. T. White. ' ^ 

R. H. Service. *m 

Double daily over Salem branch (R. & D. R. R.) ^N 

GRAY & MARTIN DRllisTS, j£ 



95 



56 DIRECTORY. 



Mlffl GOMVQGUL COLLI 



i-p 

— CC A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 

Slffl ^ W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 



2^ 



Star Service. 

J^ Salem Chapel leaves Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 a. 
-g m , returns Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 p.m. Sup- 
(9 § plies Walkerstown, White Road, Belew Creek Mills. 
™ U Mocksville leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- 
03^ days at 6 a.m., returns intervening days at 2 p.m. 
»-»j§ Supplies Clemrnonsville, Hall's Ferry and Smith's 
■Cfl£ Grove. 

■g 2 Rockville leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- 
mm r r-i days at 6 a.m., returns intervening days at 6 p.m. 
<£C) Supplies Vienna, Mona, Shore, East Band, and Rich- 
«5^ mond Hill. 

J"J (g Salem leaves daily 3:30 p.m. 

0» rj Danbury leaves daily (except Sunday), 6 A m , re- 
<£ O turning at 3 p.m. Supplies Flat Branch, Sledges 
JY»[ZJ Garden, Germanton, Walnut Cove, and Meadows. 

jjjrj Yadkinsville, leaves daily (except Sunday), at 6 a. 
|5 3 m., returns 3 p.m. Supplies Lewisville, Panther 
■■— *£ Creek and Conrad's. 

^ SECRET SOCIETIES. 

i||JO Note — For Grand and Supreme officers, see socie- 
a__ q ties in Greensboro department. 

22 o Golden Rule. 

llI.Ej (Supreme Lodge.) 

,^^h Sessions Biennial at points and times agreed upon. 
imjrs Supreme Offices— S. M. Bernard, Kentucky, Su- 
.Si preme Commander ; J. S. R. Thomson, South Carolina, 
W <D Vice-Supreme Commander ; T.J. Smith, Kentucky, 
3q3 Supreme Secretary ; Dr. T. J. Harcourt, Ohio, Su- 
■Q+j preme Treasurer; Dr. C. C. Higgins, Illinois, Su- 
-am<j preme Medical Examiner; C. R. Curtis, Massa- 
™ chusetts, Supreme Prelate ; John Ulrich, Kentucky, 

O Supreme Herald ; J. M. Renner, Alabama, Supreme 
Warden; R. E. Wallace, Illinois, Supreme Sentinel; 
— G. W. Menz, Kentucky, Supreme Trustee; Dr. J. R. 

You wish a good Hair Brush or Comb of any kind, 
go to CALLUM'S DRUG STORE before you buy, 
and see their large stock. Greensboro. 



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I Hi llillff t/l'lllD » McAdoo House?C D reensboro,' N.C . O- 
~ DIRECTORY. 57 ^" 

Clausen, Pennsylvania, Supreme Trustee; 0. F. q 

Adams, Georgia, Supreme Trustee. |_l 

Winston Castle, No. 265, meets second and fourth 

Thursday evenings at Johnson's Hall ; P. W. Dalton, H-Hj 

C. ; J. D. Burch, secy. g^ 

Knights of Honor. O 

Winston Lodge, No. 1673, meet second and fourth pN 
Tuesday evenings at Johnson's Hall; N. W. Norfleet, ^K 
Die; Dr. H. T. Bahnson, Rep. -J, 

Knights and Ladies of Honor, meet second and e~~~^ 
fourth Tuesday evenings at Johnson's Hall ; J. H. J—> 
Nelson, Pro ; T. B. Douthit, secy. $*u 

Knights of Pythias. 'XXX 

Wachovia Lodge, No. 29, meet Wednesday evenings CX 
at Johnson's Hall ; C. W. Vogler, C. C. ; I. H. Nelson, J3- 1 ' 
K. of R. & S. O 

Masons. Q 

Winston Lodge, No. 167, A F. and A. M., meet ^"* 
second Monday evenings at Masonic Hall; P. W. s-y>. 
Dalton, W. M. ; W. H. Marler, secy. ^J-< 

Winston Chapter, No. 24, R. A.M., meet at Masonic M 
Hall, first and third Monday evenings; Dr. H. T. *"0 
Bahnson, H. P.; C. S. Houser, secy. H£} 

Piedmont Commandery, No. 6, K. T., meet Masonic K— k 
Hall fourth Monday evenings ; Dr. H. T. Bahnson, E. +£ * 
C. ; I. H. Nelson, Rec. ^ 

Odd Fellows. ~" ^ 

Salem Lodge, No 36, meet Tuesday evenings at Odd JS 
Fellows Hall ; W. F. Keith, N. G. ; J. M. Seddon, £r 
secy. ^ g 

Winston Lodge, No. 106, meet Johnson's Hall, Fri- 5" P- 
day evenings ; S. E. Allen, N G. ; I. H. Nelson, secy. S- o 

Salem Encampment, No. 20, meet at Odd Fellows § & 
Hall second and fourth Monday evenings; R. J. Hitt, "& p©. 
C. P. ; W. A. Walker, scribe. ? ^ 

_ QO 

WIO THE Country Merchants of Randolph county: We give you our " O 

■■■hand, and hope you a prosperous year. A better class of trade can- ^ 

W not be found than old Randolph She has stuck to us and we will fjf 

* stick to her in giving her the best bargains in everything in the rS" 

drug line. Calluji Bkos. & Co. — 



rk h fiflT T T TIT? of a11 kinds of s yrino-es, glass, 

•W li iULiU mall pewter, rubber, male and female, 

T ■ ■ «■ ■■■■ -A.t Callum's I3rug Store 

%t a 58 DIRECTORY. 

H 1 COLORED SOCIETIES. 



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Good Samaritans, two branches. 



^ Masons. 



V "71 Geo. D. Wise Lodge, No. 27, meet first and third 
Q a Friday nights ; D. B. Richmond, W. M.; F. R. John- 

^i g son, secy. 
■ H 1x4 Odd Fellows. 

Q © Winston Star Lodge, No. 2308, G. U. 0. O. F., meet 
_. "2 first and third Monday evenings ; Wm. Taylor, N. G.; 
S * C. B. Cash, secv. 
O^ " CHURCHES. 

M s — Note — For general church information see heading 
5j o5* of "Churches," Greensboro department. 
q g Baptist. 

^H H Winston Baptist Church, Rev. H. A. Brown, pas- 
Ul ^tor. 

_ .2 Episcopal. 

Ss"5 Winston Episcopal Church, Rev. B. W. Dougherty, 
gj © rector. 

H C; Methodist. 

**> g Winston Methodist Church, hold services at Brown's 
<"j g Hall, Rev. Solomon Pool, pastor. 

^.2 Winston Methodist Church, Rev. T. J. Ogburn, 
H ^ pastor. 
m pq Moravian. 

Moj Salem Moravian (oldest church in North Carolina), 
: ^ established over 118 years ago, Rev. Edward Bond- 
^ ^ thaler, pastor. 
£H cs Presbyterian. 

r£ ^ Winston Presbyterian Church, Rev. F. H. Johnson, 
0^ q pastor. 

COLORED CHURCHES. 



^ 



Baptist, 



^ Methodist, 

«- -* Moravian, 

bmJLJ Presbyterian, 

1 Zion Methodist, 
f^- MISCELLANEUS. 

r^ Military. 

r^ Forsyth Riflemen, Co. A., 3d North Carolina Reg., 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 59 

organized February 15, 1812 ; reorganized January 
18, 1846, May 22, 1861, June 7, 1881. 

Captain S H. Smith 

1st Lieutenant E. F. Young 

2d Lieutenant W. B. Williamson 

Ensign ."* J. C. Bessent 

1st Sergeant S. M. Pritchett 

2d Sergeant T. M. Butner 

3d Sergeant E. T. Ware 

4th Sergeant T. R. Pepper 

1st Corporal D. E Kester 

2d Corporal A. J. Shelly 

3d Corporal S. T. Neal 

4th Corporal R. Haskins 

Surgeon Dr. R. F. Gray 

Chaplain Rev. H. A. Brown 

Literary and Social Club* 

Physicians Association. 

Twin City Rifle Club, Geo. Corrie, President. 

Number of Pounds to the Bushel, Legal Weight, in 
the Different States. 



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Arkansas 

California 

Connecticut... 

Georgia 

Illinois...., 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Maine 

Massachusetts 
Michigan... 
Minnesota 
Missouri.... 
N. Hampshire 
New Jersey. 
New York.. 
N'h Carolina.. 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 
Rhode Island 
S'h Carolina... 

Tennessee 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Wisconsin 



60 56 32 

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56|32 
60 ; 56 [32 
60|56'32 
60 561... 



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M 7 

48 52!... 
50 [40 52 
4S;48 56 
47 1 52 56 
52 56 
48150 56 
is 5- 51; 
48;5P:56 

47 5555 
48 '48 56 
48 '48 56 
48 '48 56 

48 42'56 
48 52 56 
...|...|66 
48 50 56 
48 48 56 
4*50 51 
48150 56 

56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 



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48 ... 
48 56 
48 50 
4846 
48 ! 52 
48 '50 



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50 ol 



50 

48 60 

48 6) 

50 60 

60 

01) 60 

50 60 

50 60 

50 60 

50 60 

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50 60 



50 60 
50 60 



50 
55 ! 57 
55 57 

'48 
46 57 
50 o7 

55 57 
52 

56 52 
56 54 



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DIRECTORY. 



_.-LTiH CGMMEaCUL COL 

A firs i, -class Practical School. Circulars "free. 
W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 

Interest Laws of all the States. 



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Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

DaKota 

Delaware 

District Columbia.. 

Fioridj 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 



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Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine. 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . 



Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi. 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire.. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New Yorfc 

North Carolina... 
Ohio 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania.... 
Rhode Island..... 
South Carolina.. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia.... 

Wiscousin 

Wyoming 



Penalty of Usury. 



Loss of interest 

No penalty 

No penalty 

No penalty , 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of all interest 

Forfeiture of contract 

Forfeiture of contract 

Forfeiture of all interest 

No penalty , 

Forfeiture of excess 

$800 fine or imprisonment 6 m'nths, 
or tooth 

Forfeiture of all interest , 

Forfeiture of interest and costs 

Forfeiture of excess.. 

Fori eit are of excess over 12 per 
cent : 

Forfeiture oi ail interest 

Forfeiture of interest 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of excess 

No penalty— 6 per cent, on judg- 
ments 

Forieiture of excess 

Forfeiture of excess o\ er 7 per cent 

No peaalty 

Forfeiture of all interest 

STo penalty 

Forieiture of all interest and costs 

No penalty '. 

Forieit three times interest ree'd... 

Forfeit of ail interest 

No penalty 

Forfeiture of contract 

Forfeiture of interest 

Forfeiture of excess 

Forfeiture principal, interest and 

costs 

Forfeiture of excess 

Forfeiture, unless by contract 

No penalty 

Foifeiture of over 6 per cent and 

$100 fine 

No penalty 

No penalty 

Forfeiture ex«ess on R. R. bonds... 

Forfeit of contract 

No penalty 

Forieiture oi excess 

Forfeiture of all interest..... 

No penalty 



H 

3D 

< 

j HIVDEBED BLACK PEPPEK, '»,■;» 

^» AUl! per pound at CALLUM'S DRUG STORE. 



No limit 
No limit 
No limit 
No limit 
No limit 
18 per cent 
6 per cent 
10 per cent 
No limit 
12 per cent 
24 per cent 
10 per cent 
10 per cent 
10 per cent 
12 per cent 
10 per cent 

5 per cent 
No limit . 

6 per cent 
No limit 
10 peT cent 
12 per cent 
N o limit 
10 per cent 

12 per cent 
No limit 

6 per cent 

7 per cen t 
12 per cent 

6 per cent 

8 per cent 
8 per cent 

12 per cent 

6 per cen: 
No limit 
No limit 
10 per cent 
No limit 
No limit 

7 per cent 
12 per cent 
N o limit 

6 per cent 
10 per cent 
N o limit 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



DOCTOR MONTAGUE, 

Office and Residence 

Chruch Street, near Orinoco Warehouse, 

Winston, N. C. 

Will promptly attend cases in Town or Country, day or night. 



R. R. KERNER, 
Attorney at Law. 



E. A. OLDHAM, 
Ed. and Pub. of Sentinel. 



HEAL ESTATE AGENTS, 

^Wi nston, I T. O. 

Town Property and Farms all through Northwestern N. C. 

DR. V. 0. THOMPSON, 

AVholesale and Retail 

DRUGGIST. 

WINSTON, N. C. 

Carries a full line of 

Drugs 5 Patent Medicines, 

FOUNTS and OIL®, 

FANCY GOODS, ETC. 

Orders of Physicians and Country Merchants solicited. 

Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 



62 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

Don't Fail to Visit 

CHEAP JOHN 

IT-OES THE 

BEST AND CHEAPEST GOODS 

In Winston, !NText to 3?ostofrIce. 

D. K DALTON, M. D., 

WINSTON, N. C. 



•^Office over Thompson's Drug Store.-** 

Boards opposite First National Bank. 

jTS! BROADAWAY, 

Winston, IV. O. 

Makes Photographs any size. Copies and Enlarges Old Pictures. 
Photographs of Buildings or other Scenery, or Wood Engravings. 

Having secured the late marvelous improvements, all are invited 
to come, even the babies ; its only fun to take them now. 



C. J W ATKINS, 



«X5) 



Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the use of 
Nitrous Oxide Gas. 
Office at my Residence, Postoffice address, 

Main Street, Salem, N. C. Winston, N. C. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



63 



J. -H. KESTER, 

PLUMBER | STEAM | GAS FITTER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Water and Steani Pipes, Water 
Closets, Wash Basins, Rubber Hose, Valves, Bath Tubs, 
Sinbs, Hot Water Boilers, and all kinds of Sani- 
tary Goods. Also all kinds of Steani Fit- 
tings, Pumps, Valves, etc. Agent 
Standard Pumps, 

'Winston, 3>Jortlx Carolina. 

Orders Solicited. Estimates Furnished. 

STYRON & STYRON," 

GH0CEMES,C0NFECTI01&S 



WINSTON, - - - - N, C. 

FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON. 



BELO HOUSE, 



R. W. BELO, 



Proprietor. 



Rooms, Furniture and Table cannot be sur- 
passed in the State. Everything First-elass. 



64 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

R. B. PERKINS, 

Winston, IN. C 

liny 4 fipteerleif 

CONGECTIONERIES AND BAKER, 

^J^ 1 Wedding and Picnic Parties' supplies furnished at 
short notice. 



WINSTON, IV. C 

Eepairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of every descrip- 
tion a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. 

^pS^Will order any article in the Jewelry line known to 
the trade. 

TOBACCO FLUES. 

Farmers desiring Tobacco Flues or Sheet Iron Work should not 
fail to call on me. «®-PRICES LOW. 

Have also skilled workmen, and am prepared to do 

ROOFING, GUTTERING, TIN AND ZINC WORK 

Of all descriptions at short notice. Full assortment of 

TINWARE 

Constantly on hand. Call and see me. 

W. S. REIMPSON, 

Next door to Brown, Rogers & Co , Winston, N. C. 

SUMMERFIELD HIGH SCHOOL 



BUSINESS ♦ EMPORIUM, 

a^-AuLE JLiTID FEMALE. 

On the C. F. & Y. V. R. R., twelve miles north of Greensboro. Is 
not surpassed by any school in the State for healthiulness of location, 
skillful teaching, and for good teachers and business men sent out. 

F. S. BLAIR, Principal, 

Su.MMERFIELD, N. C. 



A D 1 r ER TISING DEPA R TMEN 7 . 



W m J. <JOOF»ER, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 




FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED, 



SALEM MILL, 



WINSTON, N. C. 




FOR 1885. 



Enlarged and improved. 

$150 A YJE1R. 

THE PRESS entered its Thirty-Second Volume January 
1st, 1884. Now is the time to subscribe. It will be our en- 
deavor to make THE PRESS more interesting than ever. 

L. V. & E. T. BLUM, 

Saleji, X. C. 



31X111 PBIMTING QFFI@1, 

SALEM, IV. C, 

Job Printing in all its branches at reasonable prices. Pub- 
I lishers People's Press, Blum's Partners' and Planters' Alma- 
! nac, Guide Book of Northwestern North Carolina. Almanac 



Fun, etc. 



L. V. & E. T. BLUM, Proprietor: 



ar-nrf-,-1 m— i,i—i. ■,■- i,i. M ., M ...i.i l i.. ,,.i uni..— ■■ — ■i.wi.i 

66 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

F. C. MEINUNG, 

Carriage and Buggy Maker 

AND GENERAL REPAIRER, 

N. W. Cor. Main and New Shallowford Sts., SALEM, N. C. 



"Work of every description in the above lines promptly 
executed at reasonable rates. 



(Qumne' (Q. 




] a^{ 



Fire Insurance Companies 
also represented. 



y 

Winston., 91. e. 



IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN! 



Read Thie, it May Contain Some- 
thing of Importance to Yon. 

BUSINESS IS BUSINESS! 

I invite your attention to The Leader as a good advertising 
medium to reach the trade and people of North Western North 
Carolina. It seeks to benefit both its subscribers and adver- 
tisers, and lpses no opportunity to serve them. It circulates 
principally in the counties of Guilford, Rockingham, Forsyth, 
Davie, Davidson, Yadkin, Stokes, Surry, with a general State 
circulation. We solicit a card from you. We deal fairly with 
our patrons, and give you our best terms to save correspond- 
ence. Special contract for large advertisements. Weekly, 
$1.50 a year. 

J. A. ROBINSON, 
Editor and Proprietor. 



A D VERTISING DEPA R TMENT. 



GIERSH & SENSEMAN, 

»»«■ «» iBNBRAli HBKCHAND18B 

Buyers of Country Produce. 

$&-Csl\1 and See XJs, and !*ave Money, 
MAIN ST., SALEM. N. C. 



PUBLISHED EYERY THURSDAY. 
J. W. GOSLKN", Editor and Proprietor. 



JOB PRINTING 

DONE AT THIS OFFICE, SFCU AS 

BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, 

MONTHLY STATEMENTS, POSTERS, 

PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, 

BUSINESS CARDS, LABELS, ETC. 

Printed with neatness and dispatch, and at bottom prices. 
/DtF'Send along your orders. 

V. O. THOMPSON & CO., 

Cigar Manufacturers, 

WINSTON, N- C. 

S31S «figg a @»ifHif 1. 



68 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



C. F. NISSEST. M. E. TEAGUE. 

0. I. IISSII I 00. 

SALEM P. O., N. C, 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED 

J. I. NISSEN WAGON 



We are the sole manufacturers of the im- 
proved round front hound and the straight hind 
hound, made of perfectly straight-grain timber. 

We use the square tennon on the end of spoke 
that goes in felloe, and wedge spoke at hub. 

We will not make the shouldered spoke. 

We make all styles and sizes of 



WE WARRANT EVERY WAGON, 

And deliver at depot free of charge. 

W&~Do not be deceived ; see that you buy the 
wagon bearing the name of J. I. Nissen on hind 
gate and axle, and get the best wagon made. 

Send for price list. 

C. F. Nissen & Co. 



THE OLDHAM 




HEADQUARTERS FOR 

I KHMP* AND *ARTM* PRIMS. | 

f We send Job Work to all parts of North Car- f 
i olina and to many other States, and insure J 5 
I perfect satisfaction. We pay especial 'I 

| attention to orders from Country § 

Merchants, and respectfully 
| ask of them a trial order. i 

| Write us what you need, and § 

I we will send prices. All orders 

I • attended to with promptness, and an)'- 1 

f thing done in our establishment from a f 
I Visiting Card to a Handsomely Printed Book 

ffftfif §§»gfcttrf»g ^p^fwfitf \ 

I Is now ready to perform every description of j 
| Wood or Photo-Engraving. If you need | 
Cuts of Buildings, Machinery or En- \ 

| graving of any kind, get our prices first. 
| It only costs a cent for a postal to learn our | 
| prices. Address all communications plainly to $ 



6Su»4u^l4^^^ 



Proprietor, Winston, N. C. 



** A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE 7 5fc 



OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY INEXISTENCE 




ES 

wins: 



1 A Red Hot Democratic Journal that says 
I What it Thinks. 

| A Family Newspaper that is Read in Thirty - 
I three States and at Every Farm and Fire- 
side in Western Carolina. 

A Paper to Subscribe to if You Want to Learn More About 
a Prosperous City and a Prosperous Section. 

The Paper to Advertise in if You Want to 
Reach the People. 



Quadrupled its Circulation Within One | 
Year After Change of Management. 

Per Year $1.50, spot cash. Send 50 Cents and § 
Try it 3 Months. Advertising Rates 

on Application. j 

Editor and Proprietor, Winston, N. C.^T 



A D VER TISING BE PA R TMENT. 



(isi 



WIUIAMSON+&+CORRIE, 

Booksellers, Stationers, 

And Dealers in 

PIANOS and ORGANS, 

Winston, 3>3". O. 

s&~ Tobacco Manufacturers' Printing a Specialty. "©J 

GRAY&MARTlNT 




WINSTON, 1ST- C. 



Carry a full line of goods in the above line. Toilet and Fancy 
Goods too numerous to mention. Holiday Goods 
at Lowest Prices. 

Esta.Tolisla.ed. 1862. 

A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE ! 

Over a Quarter of A Century in Existancel 

i wist in surrnuL, 

WINSTON, N. C. 

A Red Hot Democratic Journal that Says what it Thicks ! 

A Family Newspaper that is Read in Thirty-three States and 

at every Farm and Fireside in "Western Carolina. 
A Paper to subscribe to if you want to learn more about a Pros- 
perous City and a Prosperous Section. A Paper to Ad- 
vertise in if you want to reach the People. 
Quadrupled its Circulation w T ithin One Year after Change of 
Management. Per Year $1.50, spot cash. Send 50 
Cents and Try it 3 Months. Advertising 
Rates on Application. 

EDWARD A. OLDHAM 

Editor and Proprietor, 
AVinston, N. C. 



6S l 4 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

HEADQUARTERS 



'OS, std-sie: 



OLD WINES, BRANDIES, 

Rye, Bourbon 

AND 

BUDWEIS'* BEER x ON ■ ICE, 

Bass & Co'? Pale Ale, 

GUINNESS' Dublin STOUT | PORTER, 



AND OTHER 

Imported Wir?es and Champagnes, 

Seltzer and Apollinaris Mineral Waters, 
Ginger, Lemon and Sarsaparilla Soda, 

PURE OLD HENNESSY BRANDY 

FOR MEDICINAL USE. 

Never in its history has Greensboro ever offered a more 
complete and varied stock than is to be found at 

E. G. NEWCOMBE'S, 

McAcloo House, Greensboro, N. C. 






A I) VER USING DEPA R TMENT. 



SMITH k B1DWN, 

IBRUGGIsTS^ 

WINSTON. 1ST. C. 

Everything in the Drug and Medicine line. Fitting Trusses 
to Ruptures and filling Prescriptions a specialty. 



Drugs, Ghemicals, Medicines. 

We say, without fear of contradiction, that we have 
the largest stock of 

FRESH AgMD OE^U!!\5E 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

And everything in the Drug line, that is to he found in Greens- 
boro. Having bought larger than ever from the best houses, 
we are determined they shall be sold. Country Merchants, 
Farmers, and the public generally, remember this, and don't 
buy anything in our line before seeing us, as we can and 

Will Undersell all Others. 

So long as we sell our goods low down, we hope you will 
continue to give us your trade. 

Very truly yours, 

CALLUM BROS. & CO., 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Can be found on South Elm St., Benbow Block, 
Greensboro, N. C-, with a complete line of 

Ladies' Misses', Children's, Gentlemen's & Boys' 

BOOTS, SHOES and TRUNKS, 

"Wliolesale and Eetail, 

Can Suit any and Everybody in Goods & Prices. 

Exclusive Agents for 

ZEIGLBR BROS. SHOES. 

Call to see us and you will not regret it. Very Respectfully, 

H.. JE>. BOYD «*5 OO. 



6S? 4 



A D VER TISING DEPA R TMENT. 




g§ 'WHIM TO ° 



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H For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars 
a ^©^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
• McAdoo House, ..... Greensboro, N. C 



Winston and Salem Directory, 



WHITE DEPARTMENT. 



To find a name know how it is spelled. 

Half numbers mean upstairs. 

Errata, changes and removals will be found in la3t pag^p. 

Where residence or business is located in some nanif d build- 
ing or block, see mme of same in regular classification of white 
department. 
Colored Department follows White. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 



al alley 

avi> avenue 

bde boards 

bet between 

bU building 

ilk clerk 

cond conductor 

dppt department 

enf enginefr 

e° ea^t side 

frt freight 

lab laborer 

mfg.. manufacturing 

mfr manufacturer 



fed 

> 

~h 

ED 

9. 3D 



nr near 

ns north Hide 

op opposite 

res t e8ide» 

R. M S railway mail p-ervic • 

R. R ••ailroH'i 

pecy secretary 

fes south sirie 

St street 

sup' 8nperiut> tdei t 

»ervt servant 

wash'n washerwoman 

wid widow 

ws west side 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY AT THE END OF NAME DEPART- 
MENT. SEE INDEX. 

If name or other information wanted, is not found in its 
proper classification, see addenda and errata in last pages. 

A ACKERMAN MISS ELLIE, saleslady J. Blicken- 
** derfcr, res R. A. Ackerraan 
Ackerman E., boss spinner F. & H. Fries 
Ackerman E. T., boss spinner Arista Mills, res ws 
Elm 4 h n Bank st, Salem 

WTvlFIM & MARTIN, DRIim ? 

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CD S 

f© 
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so 

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S-M 

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QC 70 DIRECTORY. 






B US I N ESS#N I VERSIT V. 

^2^°TELEGRAPH O^P^S^ 
k SEND FOR CIRCULARS. 



^ © White Department. 

O 3Q Ackerman Henry, res E. A- Ackerman 

jg g Ackerman Miss Lula, res R. A. Ackerman 

^^ Ackerman E. A., Eng F. & H. Fries wollen mill, res 

rjjj^ ws Elm cor Bank st, Salem 

Adams Elijah, res Old Town road, n limits 
Q fn Adams E. S , warehouseman, bds Mrs. H. V. Yar- 
£r q brough 
^^ AdkinsG. J., tinner W. S. Eempsan, bds Mrs. H. 

ft V. Yarbrough 
j»H T* Agthe Prof Frederick, prof music Salem Accademy,- 
P^ g bds Salem Hotel 

J oe Albea Eugene P., drummer, res Rev. W. W. Albea 
M © Albea Miss Julia H., res Rev. W. W. Albea 
OW Albea Rev. W. W., pastor M E Church, res nw cor 
£H ^ Fourth and Cherry sts 

^ £? Al bertson S. S., wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
£r © town 

^ r* Albridge S., res w limits, Salem 
I^W Albright G. W., groceries, bds Turner King 
O^H Aldred Cyrus, wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
r^ © town 

rfi Aldred John, res Mrs. Nancy Warner 
" Aldred Shubert, wks F. h H. Fries 
^a Aldred William, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
^ town 

WnEsri Allen & Allen, hardware and house furnishers 
Ml Allen D. E., of Allen & Allen, hardware etc., bds 
* 3ES ^ Central Hotel 

H ALLEN E. J., watchmaker and jeweler, res nw cor 
Poplar and Fourth sts 
ymmsa\ Allen S. E., of Allen & Allen, hardware, res ws 
Spruce 1 h s Fourth st 
Almond W. H.. carpenter, res nw cor First and Chest- 
nut sts 

^TRUSSES iT GRA lL!Sl' s i a o m1. 



DIRECTORY. 71 C j 

White Department. ^*^ 

Alspaugh J. W., cashier First National Bank, res ns _j^H 

Fifth 1 h w Liberty st ^H 

Alsop Bros., saloon ^^"i 

Alsop George W., bar and billiards, res ws Main 1 h 

s Sixth st HrH 

Alsop W. D , of Alsop Bros., saloon, res Greensboro r \^ 
Angle Miss Mary, domestic W. P. Hill U-t-H 

Angelo B., landscape gardener, res nw limits ^w 

Angle Mrs. M. C, wid, res se cor Sixth and Liberty V . 

sts P"^ 

Apnerson Thomas P., elk G. T. Foust, bds Mrs. F. J. ^^K 

Hardie L J 

Apple James N„ res es Vine 1 h s Fifth st ^"«H 

Apple J. P., groceries, res cor Church and Third sts I -i-J 
ARISTA COTTON MILLS, F. & H. Fries proprs, r^ 

Salem \J2 

Armfield Miss A. L., res W. M. Armfield 
Armfield & Haskins, groceries b^ 

Armfield J. L., res W. M. Armfield .^ 

Armfield Miss Myra, res W. M. Armfield ^3 

Armfield W. E. res W. M. Armfield 
Armfield W. M., of Armfield & Haskins, groceries, ^ 

res R R tracks, bet First and Belew Creek sts, Salem 
Axsom Miss Emma, res W. E. Axsom 

Axsom J. F., res W. E, Axsom ^ -> 

Axsom Miss Lizzie E., res W. E. Axsom y ^5 

Axom W. E., wks Salem Iron Works, res ne cor h K^ 



(K 



Cherry and High sts, Salem n 

BABINGTON E. J., res ws Main 2 h s Second st % f$ 

Bahnson George W., in office F. & H. Fries S*i 

Bahnson Dr. H. T., physician, res es Church st4 h n y W 

Salem Academy 3 JJN 

Bahnson Mrs. Louisa, wid, res Widows Home " ^ 

Bahnson Town, ne limits, nr Seventh st W 

Bahnson W. H., chief police, bds Mrs. N. J. Terry 5M 

Bohannon F. M., elk Pfohl & Stockton "Tj 

Bailey Bros., tobacco mfrs ^1 

BIST LINE DF CIGARS AT GRAY & MRU'S, A 

•«■■ ■ ■»■ *■ WlWIIlia WINSTON, n. a * 






B TOBACCOS grayXmaItifs,. 



DIRECTORY 



cb White Department. 

z . Bailey Miss Jennie, res C. H. Berger 

— £§ Bailey M. D , of Bailey Bros., res ws Cherry st, 4hn- 
^o^ Third st 

o£j Bailey P. N"., of Bailey Bros., tobacco mfrs, bds Cen- 

© g£ tral Hotel 

fl o^- Bailey Robert, res Salisbury road, Salem 
"d -2 Bailey Miss Susan, domestic Mrs. E. E. Roan 

gt* Baker W. J., res E. Salem 

g ms Baptist Church, see appendix 

qu>| Barbee George W*. elk D. A. Haskins, res ws Oak st, 
p j-£ 5 h s Belo st 

^i- Barber Thomas D , leaf tob, res ws Cherry st, 1 h n 
jfe>* First st 

.ph ^ Barham Walter H., elk Brown & Carter, res J. Q. A. 
7* o Barham 

pj^ # Barham Miss Annie P, res J. Q. A. Barham 
Q~Z Barham J. Q. A., auctioneer Brown & Carter, res ns 
m Fifth st, 4 h w Spring st 

— 2 Barham Nicholas, res ns Fifth, 3 h e Spring st 

a ^"Barham N. B., of T. A. Livengood & Co, saloon 
Barker John, res Mrs. S. Barker 
2 ?* Barker Mrs. S., wid, res ws depot, 1 h n Seventh st 
7g g» Barncastle Caroline, domestic James Gibson 

P^ Barrow H. W., elk F. Fries, res nw cor Main and 
© d First sts 

% g BARROW H. M., of J. S. Barrow & Sons, dry goods, 
►^r^ res J. S. Barrow 

^ w BARROW J. J., of J. S. Barrow <fc Sons, res J. S. 
Barrow 
BARROW J. 8., of J. S. Barrow & Sons, dry goods, 

res Spruce st 
BARROW J. S. & SONS, dry goods, se cor Third 

and Liberty sts 
Barrow William, magistrate and coroner, res C. E. 

Crist 
Barton Daniel, wks Wachoria Mill, res ws Elm, 1 h 

n Bank st, Salem 
Barton Miss E., res Daniel Barton 
Barton Franklin E„ res Daniel Barton 
Bassett H., wks Fogle Bros 
Battle Dr. S. W., bds Belo House 



m 



m 



Ifl IpWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the State /a 
■T III Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. ^bw 
I Ul Aw McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. _^_ 



DIRECTORY. 73 



fc 



White Department. 

Beard Miss Dora, res W. H. Beard 

Beard William H., tailor, res se cor Main and Sixth 

sts 
Beard John, elk Long & Sackeruaan, res R. R. tracks, 

bet First and Bellew Creek sts, Salem 
Beard W. H , tailor Robert D. Johnston 
Beckel Mrs. E., wid, res John Weisner 
Beck Mrs. F. J., wid, res ws Salt, 1 h s First st, Salem 
Beck Mrs. Martha, res Mrs. F. J. Beck 
Beck William, wks Salem Iron Works, res Mrs. F. J. 03 

Beck t-HJE 

Becker James, carpenter, res se cor Vine and Fifth sts g ^ 
Beckel Mrs. S., wid, res Mrs. S. E. Garboden gq WJ 

Beeson Branson R., miller Salem mill, res ss Walnut, ^> ^ 

2 h w Marshall st, Salem Ul^* 

BELO HOUSE, R. W. Belo. propr, Salem ^2 

Belo J. Leven, bkkpr, res es Main st, 1 h s Ceme- o * 

tery, Salem mm 

BELO R. W M propr Belo House, res same g CJ 

Bennett J. A., marble cutter J. W. Durham, bds Mrs. E 3 

T. Bennett ^m* 

Bennett Miss Lillie, res Mrs T. Bennett t^Jr 

Bennett Miss Mamie, res Mrs. T. Bennett ~) ■* 

Bennett Mrs. T., wid, res sw cor West and Main sts, ^ (f) 

Salem hj 

Benton Miss Laura, res Mrs. M. Benton £•!> 

Benton Mrs. Matilda, wid, res ne cor Cherry and £•> ■» 

Second sts co » 

Benton Mrs. M. A., wid, res T. F. Williamson X3 

Benton Thomas, fresh meats, res Mrs, M. Benton <q 

Benton William, bkkpr Williamson & Smith, res y'JPj 

Mrs. M. Benton co ™ 

BERGER CHAS. H., bakery, res Liberty st, ne limits g"fll 
Bernard Miss Mary A., teacher Salem Academy, res Q 

same ° ■» 

Berry Emory, res ws Salt st, 2 h s Bank st, Salem |ZJQ 
BESSENT J. C, town constable and collector, res ns " « 

Liberty, op Depot st • 25 



m 



Bennis William, wks Salem Iron Works, res ns Bel- 
lew Creek, 3 h e Chesnut st, Salem ^ 

-Bevan Joseph, sr, jeweler, res ws Main, bet Second W 
and Third sts 



CD 74 DIRECTORY. 



M 11 COMMERCIAL COLLI 

Jj 3£ A First-claes Practical School. Circulars free. 

H~ W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 

ti q White Department. 

p} Bevan Joseph, jr, jeweler Joseph Bevan, sr, bds Mrs. 
<j - Thornburg 

0>— Bevel A. W., wagon shop, res ws Cherry, 4 h n Fifth 
hj£= st 

^ ~J Bevel William,'wks A. W. Bevel, res same 
fig Billeter Miss E., res C. A. Fople 
oS BILLINGS W. H„ manager Belo House, res same 
h H- Binkley Miss Bettie, domestic P. H. Hanes 
*^C Binkley Mary, domestic James A. Gray 
PjJTT Birkhead F. R. brickmason, res ws Reservoir st, 1 h 
^^ n Reservoir 

W _ Bishop Miss J. A., res W. H. Clarke 
£jC/3 Bitting George B. ? bkkpr First National Bank, res 
h SsSZ Joseph A. Bitting 

r CD Bitting Henry, elk Williamson & Corrie, res Joseph 
CD A. Bitting 

CO Bitting Joseph A., prest First National Bank and of 
Bitting & Whitaker, tob mfrs, res ns Fifth, 5 h w 
Poplar st 
Bitting Miss Kate, res J. A. Bitting 
Bitting Miss Louisa, res J. A. Bitting 
Bitting Miss Susie, res J. A. Gitting 
Bitting & Whitaker, tob mfrs 
Black Joseph N., bus driver Belo House, res Nannie 

Tise 
Black Thomas, groceries, res ne cor Fifth and Liberty 

sts 
Blackburn, Dalton & Co. tob mfrs 
Blackburn Miss D , res J. G. Blackburn 
Blackburn Jasper, res w limits 
Blackburn J. G , brickmason, res es Reservoir, 3 h n 

Seventh st 
Blackburn M., wks Fogle Bros 
Blackburn Samuel, of Blackbnrn, Dalton & Co, tob 

mfrs, res es Cherry, 1 h n Fifth st 
BLICKENDERFER J., notions and postmaster, bds 
Belo House, Salem 

GRAY& nBI ir'C THIRD SI, 

MARTIN^ UlTlUlsiO Wiirtni.J.C. 



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"PA flfltTA flTflflfl ^ or Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

abAJJulJaJi I hllu W0F Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
■IHfl^PHni««a McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. To 

White Department, h"* 

Blum Mrs. A. M , res es Main st, 2 h s Cemeter}*-, £H 

Salem M 

Blum Mrs. C, wid,, res W. J. Cooper |> 

BLUM E., groceries and tinware, Liberty st, ne limiis g|jjj 
BLUME. T.,of L. V. & E. T. Blum, booksellers jg 

printers and publishers Peoples Press and Blum's Q 

Almanac, res ws Main st, nr Public Square, Salem ^ 
Blum Georsr^ W., student, res E. Blum _ 

BLUM. IRVING, coppersmith, res Liberty st, ne £$ 

limits 
Blum J. A , dentist, res nw cor Spruce and Fourth O 

sts O 

BLUM L.. V., of L V. & E. T. Blum, booksellers, tf 

printers and publishers. The Peoples Press and u HH 

Blum's Almanac, res ws Main st, nr Public Square, 2 m 

Salem SW 

BLUM L. V. & E. T., books, Peoples Press, Blum's g* 

Almanac and job printing, Salem ^^j 

Blum Miss Lizzie, domestic C H. Fogle i^M? 

Blum Miss Mary, domestic A. Fogle * {3 

Blum T. 0. wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- GCoc 

town Hq 

Board of Trustees Salem Congregation, Dr. J. W. ^>n 

Himber, chairman, James T. Lineback, secty and h^* 

treas, Salem ^^h 

Bodenhammer Alex, bds Henry Leonard O* 

Bodenhammer M. J., wks C. F. ISissen & Co, r«s ^O 

Waughtown M/ 

Bodenhammer Miss T., domestic Mrs. E. E. Shelton Jjjj 
Bodenhammer W. wks J. W. Fries, bds Mrs. Hai- ^ 

leys. vT^ 

Bohannon Frank, elk Pfohl & Stockton, res Mrs .E. ^ 

P. Webb J 

Boner Mrs. M. J. wid, res ss Liberty 4 h w Chest- ^ 

nut st H 

Boner Mrs. Phoebe wid, res Widows Home ^ 

Boner Mrs. Sophia wid, res Widows Home !™jj 

Booe George W., res ns Liberty 1 h e Main st tgi 

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1—1 H^fe 11 MA B^ «^fc A T GRA Y & MARTIN'S, 

nq . ^# Vm& Br^L m ^0 Winston, N. C. 

P^| 76 DIRECTORY. 

i^O White Department. 

P^« Bool P H., bkkr First National Rink 
l°8o BOOZER GEO. A 

^12? ^ owers Mrs Mary, wid, res n limits, nr Liberty st 
oC -jq: Bowles D A. res nw cor Depot and Fifth sts 
djOOz Bowles Miss E. H., res D A. Bowles 
/j§J z - Bowles Miss M. E., res D. A. Bowles 
^<3° Bowles Miss V. A., res D. A. Bowles 
»-»-•« Bowman Rufus, wagoner, res ns Belew Creek road, 
i-3 1 1 h e R R., Salem 

' Bowman Mrs. W. F, wid, res ne cor Fourth and 
Cherry sts 

Boyd W. A , wks F. & H. Fries 

Boyer Miss Lydia, domestic J. A. Bitting 

Boyle William, res e Salem 

Bradford J. W. policeman, res ws Chestnut 3 h s 
S-cond st 

Bradley Charles, res Mrs. J. Masten 
H&^l Brannon Miss Mollie domestic, H. D. Poindexter 
B Breder Miss Kate, res Salem Hotel 
■"■"Brpndle Charles, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res 
mmm Waughtown 

2|P Brendle John, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
n town 

MM® Brendle Miss Phoebe, domestic C. T. Pfohl 
j yffl Hrendletown, 2 miles Greensboro road, Salem 
Un Brendle William, res Brendletown 
4fe Brewer Aquilla, res Fries Old Plank road 
|y^g Brewer Charles, wks Fries, res Mrs. E. E. Snider 

Brewer D. W. F., barber shop, res Winston 

Brewer E. wks Salem Iron Works 

Brewer Henry, driver Salem Iron Works, res Mrs. 

OT. J. Beck 
Brewer James, brickmason, res es Cherry 2 h s Belo 

^^0 Brewer John, wks Salem Iron Works, res w limits, 

Salem 
Q£uj Brewer Josephine, servt R. W. B. Happer 

®2E Brewer Samuel, barber 
Um Brewer Thomas, res E. Salem 
| | Brewer Miss V., res Mrs. E. E. Snider 
■*■ Bridges Miss E. V., res ws Old Town, 5 h n Fifth st 



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PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 

McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY 



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White Department. 

Brietz Albert, farmer, res Old Shallowford st and sw 

limits ^ 

Brietz Charles, U. S. Commissioner, res es Main, 1 h H^/ 

8 Bank st, Salem pff\ 

Brietz George F., elk F. & H. Fries, res Charles Brietz 'T_7 

Brietz John L., elk Fries, res Charles Brietz L»* 

Brietz Miss Maggie, asst teacher Elm st Graded K.X. 

School t^L 

Briggs Mrs. Mary, wid, domestic S. T. Mickey y._ 

Brietz Mrs. S. M., wid, res W. C. Grunert Cd 

BROADAWAY J. S , photographer, res ws Liberty, 2 

h n Sixth st $y 

Rroadaway Miss M F , res J. S- Broadway c~r- 

Brock Martha, servt Dr. S. Martin 
Brooks«C, B., of Reid Brothers & Brooks, res ne cor V/} 

Depot and Bellew Creek sts, Salem M*"^ 

Brooks George H., bkkpr Wachovia Bank j^ 

Brooks William, Reynolds tob factory, res C. B. M - 

Brooks p"h 

Brown Mrs. Ann, wid, sewing Robert D. Johnson -— ' 

Brown Miss A. G., domestic Dr. J. F. Shaffner 
Brown A. J., wks F. & H. Fries DA. 

Brown & Brother, tob mfrs 

Brown & Carter, tob warehouse ls^T\ 

Brown Charles, wks Fogle Bros., res Nathan Brown Qw) 
Brown Miss Delia, res Mrs. Mary Brown H^ 

Brown Miss E.. res Mrs. Mary Brown Q 

Brown Frank E, elk W. T. Carter & Co., bds John ^ 

Brown ^ 

Brown George, res R. D. Brown J£ 

Brown Rev. H. A., pastor Baptist church, res ns Sec- ^-* 

ond, next Church st J^ 

Brown H. N., receiving elk T. E. Williamson & Son 
Brown Jack, wks F. & H. Fries, res w limits 
Brown Mrs. Jane E., wid, res Dr. J. G. Ector 
Brown John, res Nathan Brown 
Brown John A., elk Brown, Rogers & Co., res ne cor J& 

First and Cherry sts "GCk 

TCA© SPICES, DYES AND FLAVORS © 

1 bHv At Gray & Martin's, Winston, H. 0. -° 



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DIRECTORY. 



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'~r White Department. 

O Brown Jesse, wks J. W. Fries, resss Mill, 1 h w Main 
(J st, Salem 

l Brown J. W., bkkpr Hinshaw & Bynum, res W. T. 
cO \ Poindexter 

. % Brown Miss Maggie, res Dr. W. L. Brown 
Z Brown Mrs. Mary, wid, res ne limits 
Q ^ Brown Nathan, wagoner Fogle Bros , res ws Water, 6 
CZ) h h s Bellew Creek st, Salem 

*^ h Brown Richard, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
^~j p town 

*^ Brown Riley, eng J. C. Nicholson 
•""^ Brown, Rogers & Co., hardware and machinery 
hf ? Brown Eowan, res W. R. Brown 

»— J Brown R. C, carpenter, res ws Main st, op Belo 
££ House, Salem 

!> Brown R. D., of Brown Bros , tob mfrs, res ne cor 

r ~-~' Fifth and Spruce sts 
cS | Brown R. W., wks Hall & Edmunds 
r^ F Brown Thomas, res ws Marshall, 1 h s Old Shallow- 
^ (p ford st, Salem 

r^\ H BROWN T. J,, of Brown, Rogers & Co., hardware and 
,p >j machinery, and W. T. Carter & Co., gen mdse, res 
% <2 sw cor Fifth and Cherry sts 

PQ p| BROWN W. C, of Smith & Brown, drugs, res Cher- 
— ■— , ry st 

71r\ Brown Dr. W. L , of Brown & Bro., tob mfrs res es 
^^- Spruce. 1 h s Fifth st 

^h Brown W. R., eng, res Parker Everhart 

^ Brown W. T., elk Hinshaw & Bynum, res Dr. W. L. 

^5 Brown 

Q^ Browntown, ne limits, bet Depot, Seventh and Lib- 

g erty sts 

gfgm Bryan E. C, elk Perkins, res J. L. Bryan 

Bryan James L., res ss Belew Creek road, 3 h e R. R. 

Salem 
Bryan J. L., res Ws Reservoir, 6 1m Seventh st 
Bryan Mrs. M. E., wid, res James L. Bryan 
"^ Buford Chas., agt So Ex Co, bds Central Hotel 
•rl BURCH JNO. D,, groceries and confections, res w» 
^^i Main, bet Second and Third sts 
H^H Burcham Shubal, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 



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DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Burgess R. G., harnessmkr, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Burton Alex, of Watkins, Burton & Watkins, gen 

mdse 
Burton D. R , leaf tob, res es Old Town, cor Seventh 

st 
Burton J. A , wks Cox, Parker & Co, res nr Mill, Sa- 
lem g^ 
Burton J. A., of Watkins, Burton & Watkins, dry || 

goods, bds Mrs. N. J. Terry Jg 

Butner A. I., supt pub schools m 

Butner Miss Dora, res S. E. Butner M 

Butner D. S., wks J. A. Butner & Co, res J. A. But- *J 

ner 1| 

Butner Miss Ella, res S. E. Butner 

Butner Eugene E.. student, res J. B. Butner ^ 

Butner Miss E. R.; res L. N. Clinard ** 

Butner James A., pf J. A. Butner & Co, tob mfrs, res 

ws Main. 3 h s Bank st, Salem t -1 

Butner J. A. & Co, tob mfrs, Salem ^ 

Butner John, wks D. A. Spaugh & Co, res S. E. But- o> 

ner ' gj 

Butner Luther, wks Fogle Bros., res S. E. Butner g 

Butner Mrs. Mary., wid, res ws Depot, bet Belew ^ 

Creek and First sts, Salem p 

Butner Miss Mary, res Mrs. Mary Butner & 

Butner Miss Mollie, bkkpr Fogle Bros g 

Butner Miss M. E., res J. A. Butner 33 

Butner Miss Sallie, res Salem Hotel hq 

Butner Miss Sallie, res Sisters House 2. 

Butner Miss Sophia, res Salem Hotel | 

Butner S. E , elk F. & H. Fries, res ws Poplar, 2 h n ' 

West st, Salem 
BUTNER T. M., jeweler, res Mrs. Mary Butner 
Buxton J. C, mayor and lawyer, res ws Spruce, 1 h n 

Fifth st 
Byerly Miss Laura, res Sanford Byerly 
Byerly J. W., of S. Byerly & Son, gen mdse and tob 

mfrs, res S. Byerly 
Byerly S. & Son, gen mdse and tob mfrs, Liberty st, 

ne limits 
Byerly Sanford. of S. Byerly & Son, gen mdse and 

tob mfrs, res Liberty st, ne limits 



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^■'- c S-.send;'/tqr cfRCULARs: * 



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White Department. 

Byhan Mrs. Angelina, wid, res Widows Home 
JfT-p Bynum Miss Amelia, res Mrs. H. W. Bynum 
W*p! Bynum & Cotten, tob mrfs, ss First, 1 h e Depot st, 
2 c3 Salem 

■jJw Bynum Hampton, res Mrs. H. W. Bynum 
^~L Bynum Miss Hannah, res Mrs. H. W.. Bynum 
|g V Bynum Mrs. H. W., wid, res ns Liberty, 3 h w Chest- 
U* w nut st 

~J P Bynum John, prescription elk V. 0. Thompson 
'^M Bynum Miss Maryj of Stanton & Bynum, millinery, 
.2Q hh res Mrs. H. W. Bynum 

_ ho Bynum Taylor, of Bynum & Cotten, tob mfrs, res ws 
© 3 Spruce, 2 h n Fifth st 

!ZS BYNUM WADE H., of Hinshaw & Bynum, gen mdse, 
■D-g bds T. S. Black ' 

^■^h Bynum Wade, wks Cox, Parker & Co, res Oak st, 2 h 
CmO w Salem Cemetery, Salem 
§»» © Bynum William; res Mrs. H. W, Bynum 

■J § /1ALDWELL JOHN, coffin mfr, bds Central Hotel 

S-jsj ^ Callum Charles, res ss Four-and-a-half, 5 h w 

§*r- 1 Poplar st 

SiB^ Callum Charlotte, servt Robert Dalton 

5r H Candler R. L., of R. L. Candler & Co, tob mfrs, bds T. 

^2 F. Williamson 

Sip Candler R. L. & Co, tob mfrs 

Q+d Cardwell Washington, res ns Fifth, 1 h w Spring st 

-g<j Carmichael Miss Alma, assistant in music Salem 

„ Academy, res same 

O Carmichael R. E., compositor Western Sentinel, res 
Liberty st 
Carter Miss Addie, res Elmsley Carter 
mm^sm Q ar t er Columbus, wks Arista Mill, res Elmsley Carter 
Carter Emsley, wks Brown Bros, res ws Elm, 2 h n 
Bank st, .Salem 



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BACCO and CIGARS, 
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DIRECTORY. 81 



White Department. 

Carter Frank, carpenter, res es Reservoir st, 3 h n 

Reservoir 
Carter J. E., elk W. T. Carter & Co, res Mrs. M. M. 

Carter 
Carter Miss L. V., res Mrs. M. M. Carter 
Carter Mrs. M. M., wid, res cor Broad st and Fries- 
Old Plank Road 

Carter W. B , res sw cor Poplar and Fourth sts Z^* 

CARTER W. B., jr, of Brown, Rogers & Co, hardware, «^j 

machinery, res Shallowford st -£558 

CARTER W» T., of W. T. Carter & Co, gen mdse, bds ^^ 

Mrs. M. M. Stockton «J 

CARTER W. T. & (JO., gen mdse ft 

Case Henry, eng Wachovia Mills, res High st and w Jjj£ 

limits, Salem mST* 

Casey Miss Alice, res Mrs. E. Henderson J L. 

Casey Charles, carpenter, res es Cemetery, 3 h n Lib- W Pj 

erty st ^ ™l 

Casey Edward, teamster, res Liberty, ne limits &d 

Casey Thomas T., res Mrs. E. Henderson k! ^ 

Castle Miss Anna B., res ne cor Fourth and Church tU ■» 

sts td jj|" 

Castle Ephraim, res ne cor Fourth and Church sts qO 
Causey A. F., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- W 

town i-o T| 

Causey Daniel, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- £3 ^ 

town O _ 

Central and Merchants Hotel, Pfahl & Stockton, r^ » 

proprs, also gen mdse O 

Chadwick John, sr, res ns Walnut, 2 h w Marshall st, ^ ^ 

Salem Q ^" 

Chadwick John, wks Salem Academy, res ss Mill, 2 oq w 

h w Main st, Salem - g *J 

Chaffin George W., U. S. storekeeper, bds Mrs. H. V. ^ ?W 

Yarbrough " n| 

Chamberlain Miss Bessie, res S. K. Chamberlain ^ ■■■* 

Chamberlain S. K., architect, res ws Broad, 2 h 8 -.ft. 

Fourth st • pm 

Champion Mrs. M. E , wid, res E. H. Wilson 
Charles R. W., bkkpr G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh 



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^pj ^ White Department. 

a ~ Charles Miss Stella, res E. A. Meinung 
g o Chitty Miss Elizabeth, res Sisters House 
a> g Chitty Miss Emma L., teacher English Salem Acad- 
S ^r 1 eoay, res same 

J& F Chitty Mrs. Frederick, wid, res Widows Home 

53 Chitty Mrs. Salhe, wid, res ws Salt, 2 h s First st, 

^ Salem 

•^ ^ Church Miss Amelia, res Mrs. V. Church 
V 3Q^ Church Hili, mail rider, res Mrs V. Church 
(D Church Mrs. V,, wid, res sw cor Main and West sts, 

" * H Salem 
t q j CITY OF LONDON FIRE INS. CO., Eugene E. Gray, 

£P City Officers and Prison, cor Main and Fifth sts 
P Clarke & Ford, gen mdse 
"QQ^ Clarke W. H., of Clarke & Ford, gen mdse, res ws 

Cherry, bet Fifth and Sixth sts 
r— H Clayton Cora, cook Dr. S. J. Montague 
O Clayton Miss M. E., domestic, res W. A. Walton 
2L Clewell Mrs. D. M., res R. A. Jenkins 
■r^A CLEWELL RET. JOHN H., asst princ Salem Acad- 
,^0 emy, res nw cor Church and Public Square, Salem 
XXX. Clinard E. C, elk Pfohl & Stockton, res es Spruce, 1 

h n First st 
t - ^ Clinard L. N., sec and treas city of Salem and elk H. 
Q" Fries, res ws Elm, 1 h n Old Shallowford st, Salem 
^ Clinard William, wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res 

Waughtown 
^TXK Cline C. L. mger Singer Mfg Co., res Cherry st 
M Clotfelter C. A, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
q town 

q Clotfelter Daniel, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
town ~ 
Clotfelter John L ., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
town 
g Clotfelter J. A. wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 



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r- > Clotfelter J. C, wks W. E., Spach & Son, res Waugh- 

XTi town 

■y5£ Clotfelter William, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res 
^< Waughtown 



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White Department. h^ 

■Clotfelter W. C. wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- g) 
town ^S_ 

Cobb Abram, res Old Town road, n limits j^^ 

Coble E. F. carpenter Fogle Bros , res es Depot 2 h ^H 
s Sixth st L— J 

Coley J. H. contractor and brickmason, res Wood, qQ 
nr Oak st, Salem hH 

Coley W. X., compositor Western Sentinel, res J. Sv 
H. Coley O 

Collier Dr. R. B., physician, res Waughtown <J 

Collins Anderson, wks P. & H. Fries woolen mills, S 
res nw cor Salt and Bank sts, Salem *h 

Collins A. N. blacksmith, res es First 1 h w Depot 
st, Salem 

Collins John, res Fries Old Plank road 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., of Lon- > 
don, Eugene E Gray, agt Q 

Conn E. A., carpenter, res ne cor First and Pine sts ^ 

CONNECTICUT FIRE INS CO., of Hardford, Eug- H 
ene E. Gray, agt JB 

Conrad J. C, res ws Cherry 1 h s First st, Salem ^ 

Cook James, carpenter C. L. Rights f j 

Cook N. S., res es Main 2 h s Sixth st ^ar 

Cook Thomas, res Brendletown 

Cook W. A., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
town 

Cook William B., wks Salem Iron Works, res Amos 
Miller 

Cook W. L., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
town ^ 

Cook , Bible agt, bds James Gibson £3 

Cooper Charles, student, res W. J. Cooper 

Cooper Miss Emma, res W. J. Cooper 

Cooper M. Susan, wid, res Marion Leunly 

COOPER W. J., propr, Salem Mill, res es Main 3 
s New Shallowford, Salem 

Copeland C. M., bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 

Core L. A., plasterer, res es Main, nr Mill st, Salem ?jj 

Cornish James, res Fries Old Plank road £5 

CORRIE GEORGE, of Williamson & Corrie, book g 
printers, etc, res es Cherry 1 h n Second st «*5 



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i x in enonuau com 

J™ H P A Pii-st-elass Practical School. Circulars free. 

B.ob 9) W. Mc'KAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 

hte h . 

© H White Department. 

SJ5H Cotten Mrs. C. B., wid, res Roderick Cotten 

jg.3 K Cotten Roderick, of Bynurn & Cotten, tob mfrs, res se 

^w cor Third and Cherry sts 

gg Cotton Row, nr Wachovia Mills, Salem 

gH County Jail, Andrew C. Snipes, jailor and dep sheriff, 

J2© Liberty, bet Fourth and Fifth sts 

fcjj Cox El wood, of Cox, Parker & Co, 

flS„ Cox Miss Fannie, res George Corrie 

g J* Cox J. E. of Cox, Parker & Co., bds Wade Bynuni 

*© Cox J. J., of Cox, Parker & Co. 

^g Cox, Parker & Co., shuttle block, spoke timber and 

^2 tob mfrs, e Salem and R R tracks 

« Craven Allen, farmer, res Salisbury road, Salem 

3 --; Craw ford John K., carpenter, res Liberty st, ne limits 

fc j Crawford Robert M., res J. K. Crawford 

© g Crawford R. L. elk R. R. Crawford 

? Crawford R. R., res ws Spruce 2 h n Fifth st 



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r Crawford Susan, res Cotton Row 
" Crawford Thomas, res R. R. Crowford 
Crews C. B., wagoner, res ns Bellew Cieek road, 3 h e 
S R R, Salem 

jj Crews W. C, wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
jj town 

h Crimm Miss Isabella, domestic, Dr. J. W. Hunter 
J§ Crist Miss Anna, res Mrs. J. R. Crist 
~ Crist Miss Carrie, res F. F. Crist 

j Crist C. E., compositor, res es Church, cor Walnut 
st, Salem 
Crist H. S., wks Fogle Bros., res ns Walnut 1 h e 

Marshall st. Salem 
Crist Mrs. J. R., wid, res es Church, op Walnut st, 

Salem 
Crist T. F., elk N. T. Shore & Co., res es Church 1 h a 

Walnut st, Salem 
Crist William C, res T. F. Crist 
Crosland B. F., gen mdse, res Old Shallowford, cor 

Main st, Salem 
Crosland Edward S., res B. F. Crosland 
Crosland Miss Lillie, res B. F. Crosland 



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White Department. 

Crouch Miss Anna, res Mrs. M. E. Crouch 
Crouch Miss Cora, res Mrs. M. E. Crouch £JJ 

Crouch Joseph B , res Mrs. M. E. Crouch h^ 

Crouch Mrs. M. E., wid, res ws Main st, op Belo u 

House. Salem p - Ejj 

Crouch S. J., wks Fogle Bros., res ss New Shallow- — ^ 

ford 13 h w Cherry st, Salem » ^ 

Crouell Thomas, well digger, res ns Second 1 h w Lib- "*■ j 

erty st £- m 

Crouell William, wks Thomas Crouell, res same * Jj"j 

Crouse D. T., pottery, res E Salem W H 

Crouse Miss Lizzie, sewing Robert D Johnson — m 

Crouse W. F., wks D. T. Crouse, res same ff'dfc 

Crowder George, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- § C 

town g g 

Crowell Thomas, res ns Second 1 h w Liberty st ,-. *jj 

Crumpler Miss F. L. res J. F. Crumpler ~ H 

Crumpler J. F , painter, res se cor First and Chest- zl ~^ 

nut sts, Salem — ■ H 

Crutchfield F. G.. of Crutchfield & McArthur, livery, jq g| 

res nw cor Sixth and Oldtown sts j-g j 

Crutchfield & McArthur, livery o q 

Crutchfield Paul W., rev col. res es Main 1 h n Sixth § 2 

Crutchfield T. S. carpenter res n limits «— n r^ 

Crute Miss Bessie Lee, res H. J. Crute ^© 

Crute Henry, res H. J. Crute p »H 

Crute H. A., elk Ryttenberg Bros, bds Mrs. Hay 2. ^ 

Crute H. J. auctioneer Peidmont warehouse, res w s S" Q 

Oak 3 h n Seventh st ^ H 

Crute Rives, res H. J. Crute £ l 



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"TiALLAS MRS. E. 0., wid, res Thomas Patterson _ 
M Dallas Miss Ida K., res Thomas Patterson ^ H 

DALTON D. N., physician, bds T. S. Black ^ J, 

Dalton Peter W., of Hamlin, Dalton & Hunt, gen 5' [E, 

mdse, res ws Old Town 3 h n Fifth st ~ 

Dalton Robert, mgr dry house P. H. Hanes & Co , res 

es Church, 2 h s Second st 
Dalton Robert, of Blackburn, Dalton & Co., tobacco 

mfrs, res es Reservoir, 1 h n Seventh st 
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Oof} Dandridge Miss Hattie, res Peter' Dalton 



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£5 g Dandridge Nathan, res J. M. Grogan 

"^S Dav ^ s J<" sse . res Happy Hill 

fr,8£ Davis John, res \vs Spring, 2 h n Fifth st 

e Davis J. W., tobacco, res es Old Town, 2 h n Fifth st 
P ^ Davis Mrs. N. S., wid, millinery, res Second st 
^ 3 Davis Robert W., wks F. & H. Fries, bds Henry Case 
««*JT^ Davis T. E , mgr dye House F. & H. Fries, res High 

ft st anc * w li m its, Salem 
pH'rH Dean Albert, carpenter, res J. H White, jr 
ra rt Dean Mrs Fannie, wid, res ws Chestnut, 5 h n Sec- 
M as ond st 

M © Dean M. N., carpenter, res es Reservoir, 2 h n Sev- 
OO enth st 
H fc^ Deitz P., res es Cemetery, nr Liberty st 

^ «J DeGraft Miss Mollie, domestic C. B. Watson 
^ Q Denny M. A., carpenter, res Liberty st, ne limits 
k^ k Denny Robert, res M. A. Denny 
j**» W Deshau John, res n limits 

0«h DeSchweinitz Miss Anna, prof French and German 
£3 © Salem Academy, res same 
£Q Dettman William, gun and locksmith, res ws Main, 

cor Cemetery st, Salem 
& DICKSON H. H., of Interstate Directory Co., 32 S. 
^ Broad st, Atlanta, Ga 

a Dillard Miss Augusta, res Mrs. E. J. Dillard 
Dillard Mrs. E. J., wid, res nw cor Mill and Marshall 
sis, Salem 
H Dillard Martin, wks J. W. Rees, res es Marshall, 1 
h s Old Shallowford st, Salem 
psasaEJ Dixon W. E., errand boy George T. Foust 
l^ j Dobson Miss Annie, res Joseph Dobson 
~^aJ Dobson Miss H., res Joseph Dobson 

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EH WEWGOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State UJ 
H Ea Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. I > 

B U 1 11 Mc A-doo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. ^ 

DIRECTORY. 87 (^ J 

White Department. ^a^ 

Dobson Joseph, lawyer, res ns Seventh, 1 h w Lib- .^^ 

erty st ««^h 

Dobson Miss Mattie, res Joseph Dobson ^^^ 

Dodd D. W. & Bro., tobacco mfrs 

Dodd J. Wilson, elk Central and Merchants' Hotels Wjpad 
Dodd N. H., res J. M. Grogan H^ 

Dodson G. W., shoemkr, res E. Salem Wsasad 

Dodson Miss Ida, res Mrs. Margaret Dodson W^J 

Dodson Mrs. Margaret, vvid, res ws Liberty, 2 h s ^ . 

Sixth st H^H 

Dodson Miss Nora A., res Mrs. Margaret Dodson j^\ 
Dodson Miss Pattie A., res Mrs. Margaret Dodson v^_ ^2. 
Dohertv Rev. W. B., rector St, Paul's Episcopal fe^nd 

Cburch, bds Mrs. F. J. Hardie [Xj 

Doutbit T. B., res ws Main, 3 h n Old Shallowford 7-^ 

st, Salem \J2 

Douthit Mrs. T. B., millinery, res T. B. Douthit 
Doub P. C, elk G. W. Albright ^ 

Dowdy , res nw cor Depot and First sts .>, 

Dunnagen Mrs. Ellener, wid, res Second, 3 h w De- ^3 

pot st 
Dunnagen Miss Imogene, res Mrs Ellener Dunnagen T&± 
Dunnagen Miss Mollie, res Mrs. Ellener Dunnagen A fes 
Dunnagen Miss Rachel, res Mrs. Ellener Dunnagen q ^ 
Dunnagen Thos., groceries, res Mrs. Ellener Dunna- ^ ^1 

Ren H ^ 

DURHAM I. W., marble, etc., res cor Fifth and Lib- A i> 

erty sts jjj *N 

Dwire H. X., int rev, res es Cherry, 1 h n Fourth st . ^ 

EAST SALEM, e end of Bellew Creek st, Salem Q . 
Ebert A. E. B., res es Main, 2 h s First st, Salem y W 
Ebert John, teamster F. & H. Fries, res es Cherry, h ^N 
3 h s First st, Salem ' JT 

Ebert J. E., teamster F. & H. Fries ^ 

Eberhard Mrs. Katie, wid, res Widows' Home ^ 

Eberhard Levi, patternmkr Salem Iron Works ^J 

Eberhard Miss Sophia, res Widows' Home ^) 

St LINE OF CMS at gray & wm\ £ 

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£b a White Department. 

5 . Ector E. L. P., dentist, res ws Liberty, 2 h n Fifth st 
— *§ Ector J. G., physician, res ws Liberty, 2 h n Fifth st 
jj og Ector Miss Mary Lee, res Dr. J. G. Ector 

o§ Edmunds Ed C, of Hall & Edmunds, leaf tobacco 

J^ brokers, bds H. Lott 

mo^- Edwards Miss Minnie, res Mrs. M. E. Edwards 
*d-2 Edwards Mrs. M. A., wid, res William Foster 

2^ Elesser George, cigarmkr, bds Mrs. H V. Yarbrough 

g«| Ellington B., of Blackburn, Dalton & Co., tobacco 
rSjJjJ mfrs, bds Mrs. Stockton 
W| 1-2. Ellis Wylie, miller Wachovia Mills, res ns High st, 

•sH nr w limits, Salem 
g* Ellis W. J. & Son, tobacco mfrs 
nHJ Elm Street Graded School, S. A. Hege, prin; ne cor 
^ o Elm and Old Sballowford sts, Salem 

pj^ # Elm Street Moravian Church, es Elm, 1 h n Old 
r& rt Shallowford st, Salem 

m Episcopal Church, see Appendix 
^. ® Eudie J. J., carpenter, res ss First, 2 h e Depot st, 

H^ Salem 

jh Eudie Miss Laura, res J. J. Eudie 

^ jjr Everett S. H., teacher, res ss Fifth, 4 h w Poplar st 
^3 gg Everett Miss Sarah, res Miss P. Robertson 
P^ Everhart Miss Bettie, res Mrs. E. Everhart 

® g Everhart Mrs. E., wid, res es Marshall, 2 h s Old 

q 2 Shallowford st, Salem 

(-ar r ^ Everhart Levi, wks Salem Iron Works, res w limits, 
^ U Salem 

•rf*\ Everhart Parker, res se cor Poplar and Old Shallow- 
\J^2. f° r( i sts, Salem 

FAGG J.|C, blacksmith shop and livery, ws Main, 1 
h n Mill st, Salem 
Farabee S. W., wagonmkr, res W. T. Pfohl 
Farish W. W., elk Ryttenberger Bros, bds T. F. Wil- 
liamson 
Farmers Warehouse, A. B. Gorrell, propr 
Farrow Thomas L , wks H. J. Reynolds, res ne cor 

Sycamore and Fourth sts 
Faucht H., wks Fogle Bros 
Faw Rufus, wks Fogle Bros, res Jonas Weisner 



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Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. %0W 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. 

Ferguson Miss Eliza, res W. R. Ferguson ^™"n 

Ferguson Miss Maggie, res W. R. Ferguson BBH § 

Ferguson Mrs. Mary, wid, res W. T. Nelson « 

Ferguson Miss M. E., res W. R. Ferguson ^P 

Ferguson W. R., carpenter, res es Elm, 1 h s New BBBB 

Shallowford st, Salem _ 

Fetter Charles, brickmason, res ws Spruce, 3 h n High fP 

st, Salem 

Fetner James, tailor, res ss Fourth st, w limits QJ 

Fiddler Miss Lizzie, domestic James Martin ~5fl 

Fiddler William, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- p jj 

town fg O 
Field Miss Mary F., elk Ryttenberg Bros, res Jno. D 

Burch 






FIRE INS. ASSOCIATION, of England, Eugene E. g- 

Gray, agt §« 

First National Bank, J. A. Bitting, prest, J. W. Al- # 

spaugh, cash ; cap, $100,000 ; surplus, 46,826.26 p Q 

Fisher C, wks Fogle Bros, res E. Salem £> mm 

Fisher Miss Edna E., student, res A. C. Vogler P-'Jf 

Fisher Mrs. F. L., res C. L. Hauser [hC 

Fisher Miss Jane, res Salem Academy for boys O £} 

Fisher Jefferson, wks Salem mill, res se cor Walnut <J f/sy 

and Marshall sts, Salem 
Fisher Miss Maggie, res Peter Schultz 
Fisher Mrs. M., wid, res Peter Schultz 



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Fisher Miss M., res Robert Fisher $ Z 

Fisher Miss Emma, elk J. Blickenderfer, res Mrs. ' Q 

Fannie Fisher ^ 

Fisher Oscar, res Peter Schultz ^iam 

Fisher Miss Parmelia, res Miss Jane Fisher ^ 21 

Fisher Robert, wks F. & H. Fries, res ws Salt, 3 h n ci~j|| 

Bank st, Salem 2 « 

Flynt Charles, res Sandy Lachmit - Jjj 

Flynt Miss Minnie, res Sandy Lachmit tzJrt 

Flynt R. S., wagon shop, res ss Liberty, 2 h e Ceme- • Jj 

tery st Q-j 

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'A Zmm -A- First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 

4 Q£ W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 

£L» White Department. 

<j ^ Fogle Augustus, sheriff Forsyth county, res ns Bellew 

0>— Creek, 4 h e Chestnut st Salem 

u QC Fogle Bros, sash, doors, blinds, planing mill, lumber, 

rj l«*J saw mill, contractors and builders, ssBellew Creek, 

p> «*S op Chesnut st, Salem 

0® Fogle Charles A., of Fogle Bros, sash, doors, lumber, 

JEj |_- etc, res se cor Church and Bellew Creek sts, Salem 
„«g3^ Fogle C. H., mayor and of Fogle Bros, sash, doors, 

^ H- blinds, lumber, etc, res ss Bellew Creek, 1 h s Chest- 

0«^ nut st, Salem 

[0 Fogle John, wks Fogies Bros, res A. Fogle 

"&$' Foltz H. W., elk, res es Liberty, 2 h n Sixth st 

k^£ Foltz Miss H. L., res William Schultz 

PQ Fons R., wks Fogle Bros 
CD Ford D. G., of Clarke & Ford, gen mdse, res Cherry, 
OS bet Fifth and Sixth sts 

Forshee Mrs. Rachel, res Franklin Fry 

e^| Foster William L., elk J. F. Prather, res es Oak, 3 h 

gawaaaf! n Seventh st 

Qjg| Foust George T., harness and dry goods, res es Cherry, 

gw&® 1 h n First st , 

£K Fomler'W. T., wks Hall & Edmunds 

Foy J. W., tob mfr, res ns Liberty, op Chesnut st 
Franklin Miss Emma, res S. D. Franklin 
Franklin Miss Lillian, res S. D. Franklin 

CJO Franklin Miss Mattie, res S. D. Franklin 

Franklin S. D., of Thompson & Franklin, clothing, 

■««-, res ws Elm, 1 h n Second st 

#^ Franklin W. E , elk J. C. Buxton, res Rev. S. D. 

<3 Franklin 

jS^j Freeman B. S., wks F. & H. Fries 

5 ~ Freeman Mrs. R., wid, res T. S. Crutchfield 

Bag**} Friday J. D., foreman card room Arista Mills, res sw 

P«J!Zbfl cor West and Marshall sts, Salem, 

^^ Fries F. H., of F. & H., Fries, res nw cor Salt and 

|_.. J .*T| New Shallowford sts, Salem 

Bmksi Fries F. & H., proprs Arista cotton mill, Fries woolen 

{Sjg^ mill, Wachovia flour and grist mill, Salem gas and 

■3B*" water works, Salem 






$jas»«M iBHwafj For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 
fllL 1 iiJJ li JPflT'Sacramentai Wines a Specialty. 
lull IMtlM McAdoo House, Greensboro, X. C. 



DIRECTORY. 01 



White Department. £■* 

FRIES H. E., of F. & H. Fries, res cor Main and |H 

Belew sts, Salem *"H 

FRIES H. W., of F. & H. Fries, and gen mdse, res F. > 

H. Fries g 

FRIES JOHN W., of F. & H. Fries, proprs Arisia 5q 

cotton and woolen mill, also Wachovia flour ami ft 

grist mill, and gas works, res Dr. J. F. Shaffuer g 

Fries Miss Lula S , res F. H. Fries 

Fries Mrs. L. M.; wid, r^s F. H. Fries fa 

FRIES' WAREHOUSE, e limits and R. R. tracks, 

Salem O. 

FRIES WOOLEN MILL, F. & H. Fries, proprs, Sa- O 

lem ^j 

Folk H. T., carpenter, res ss Liberty, 3 h w Cieme w hj 

tery st §h 

Fry Franklin, res es Oak, 4 h s Belo st ft^ 

Fulk Miss Luvenia, res Mrs. W. F. Bowman ^* 

/^ALES A. J., contractor, res ns Fourth, 5 h w ^^ 
^ Poplar st E 

Gales Mrs W. R., bds H. D. Lott && 

Gamble C. G.. elk Reed Bros & Brooks, res D. S. Reed Hq 
Ganaway L. 0., fireman, Arista mills ^*£ 

Gannon J. W., bkkpr H. H. Reynolds H" 

Garboden Mrs. S E., res ws Salt, 1 h s Bank st, Sa- ^^ 

lem ©' 

Garboden William, wks L. M. Porter, res same ^O 

Garbole Mrs. Elizabeth, res ss Fourth st and w limits H* 
Gardner Dr. Charles K., physician, ns Fifth, lh w jj 

Old Town st' . «* 

GARDNER C. Iff., of Interstate Directory Co, 32 S. - 

Broad St. Atlanta, Ga M 

Gavis W., wks Fogle Bros m 

Gentry Joseph, elk, bds John H. Tise ^ 

George Miss Ella, elks Hinshaw & Bynum y 

GERMAN- AMERICAN INS. CO., of New York, Eu- 2 

gene E. Gray, agt ^ 

Gerner Fred, butcher, res German town road ^ 

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» QflADQ AND PERFUMES 

' — I «^% &JJ M&k ST »^ AT GRAY & MARTIN'S, 
ng . ^# W^ f^k ■ ^ti? Winston, N. C. 
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§3 92 DIRECTORY. 

$*■■ ' ir White Department. 

q°8o Gibhany Robert, job printer Williamson & Corrie, 

hj-y, g res es Broad, 1 h 8 Fourth st 

n Qa Gibson James, boarding, res es Main. 2 h n Fourth st 

ftOOz Gibson Miss M. F., res Mrs M. M Gray 

7g z - Gibson Mary, servt W. B. Glenn 

^<tt° Gibson Mrs. Mattie, res Mrs. M. M. Gray 

i — in Gibson Wilpy G, messenger Wachovia Nat Bank, 

t-P| rns Mrs M. M. Gray 

j—j GIERSH E. A*, of Giersh & Senseman, gen mdse, res 

tZ C. A. Winkler 

^ GIERSH H. A., of Giersh & Senseman, res C. A. 

O Winkler 
GIERSH & SENSEMAN, gen mdse, es Main, 6 h s 
New Shallowford st, Salem 
ZGillem Andrew, of Gillem & Petticord, wagon repairs, 
res country 
BBS Gillem & Petticord, wa^on repairs and horseshoeing, 

Hsw cor Depot and Liberty sts 
Gilmer J. E., gen mdse, res es Main st, next Mer- 
chants' Hotel 
^W Glascow G. S., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
Hon town 

■B Glenn Mrs. A. S.. wid, res Salem Hotel 
jyn GLEN W. B., of Watkins & Glen, lawyers, res inter- 
blza section Spring, Broad and Fourth sts 
A Gobi* Ella, nurse C. F. Reed 

BeJaa Godfrey John, wks Fogle Bros., res ws Water, 5 h s 
Bellew Creek st, Salem 
Goldstrom H.', elk Ryttenberg Bros., bds Mrs. Black 
Goldsmith Jacob, tobacco dealer, bds Central Hotel 

O Goldsmith Joseph, tobacco, bds Central Hotel 
Golden Rule. See Appendix 
j^__ Goodman Adolphus, res Miss Jane Lawson 
^^J Goodman Miss L. E., res Miss Jane Lawson 

Goodman Miss Sallie, res W. A. Moore 
Q£uj Gordon Robert, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

O Z town 
u- Gorrell A. B., propr Farmers' Warehouse, res nw cor 
| | Poplar and Fifth sts 

■■■ Gorrell Miss Mary, res A. B. Gorrell 



McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 
DIRECTORY. 



Efl mUfimiiMI Wines and Liquors Lead the State! HH 
T »BW I BflK \ PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES ,-k 

White Department. ^H 

GOSLEN J. W., editor and propr Union Republican 

and dep col int rev, res es Main, 3 h n Ceme- h"@ 

tery st ,^ 

Gough J. 0., elk H. D. Poindexter / XXj 

•Graham Barnett, res T. L. Graham h-H 

Graham B. D., drummer, res ns Liberty, 3 h e Main st ^"^ 
Graham Dudley, res Old Town road, n limits l_£j 

Graham Jennie, bds Mad Maggie Mayes J^r^ 

Graham Miss Mattie, res Thomas L. Graham *TjQ. 

Graham Miss 0. R., res R. Frank Graham 
Graham Thomas L., leaf tobacco, res ns Liberty, 3 *y 

h e Main st S. 

Graham T. S , res Thos. L. Graham 
Graham R. Frank, boarding and fruits, res se cor ^, 

Depot and First sts G£< 

Graham Miss R. R., res R. Frank Graham tt 

Grant Thomas W., patternmkr Salem Iron Works "T^ . 
Graves Mrs. C. M., res es Cherry, 2 h n First st c+- 

Graves Miss Helen, stenographer Salem Iron Works, Jzf* 

res C. A. tlege 
Gray Emory, bkkpr Wachovia Nat Bank, res Mrs. M. r^* 

M. Gray r^ 

GRAY EUGENE E., lawyer and insurance, res Mrs. 

M. M. Gray \fQ 

Gray James A., cashr Wachovia Nat Bank, res ws Sv^ 

Main, bet Second and Third sts g^ 

GRAY R. F., physician, and of Gray & Martin, drugs, W 

nw cor Spruce and Fifth sts *q 

Gray Miss Willie, res Liberty st, nr Cemetery ^ 

GRAY & MARTIN, drugs *L 

Gray Mrs. M. M., wid, res sw cor Second and Cherry ^&K 

sts ~* 

Green Major, wks A. W. Bevel, res ns Fourth st, nr 

w limits 
Gresham Mrs. S. A., wid, bds A. G. Hough 
Griffin Albert 0., supt P. H. Hanes, res E. D. Griffin j^ ' 
Griffin Miss Cora A., res R. D. Griffin ^5 

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\ZT White Department. 

O Griffin Earnest, of Griffin & Won, leaf tob, res R. D. 
(J Griffin 

^Griffin Miss Ella, res R. D Griffin 
do ^ Griffin R D., of Griffin & Son, leaf tob dealers, res 

b High st and w limits, Salem 
Z Griffith Davis, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 

O m t0wn 

03 b Griffith George, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 

**& h town 

"~j k Grogan Miss Ida, res Martin Grogan 
<£ Grogan J. M., leaf tob, res s* Liberty, 1 h w Depot st 
(xROGAN J. S*, lawyer and insurance, res Martin 

Grogan 
Grogan Miss Lydia, res Martin Grogan 
Grogan Martin, res ws Liberty, bet Second and Third 

sts 
Grogan Miss Minnie, res Martin Grogan 
Grogan Miss Nelia, res Martin Grogan 
Grogan Robert, res J. M. Grogan 
^ © Grogan Miss Sallie, res Martin Grogan 
^ H Groner Charles, wks Salem Iron Works, res Mrs. M. J. 
4D ^ Hyre 

q °2 Grubbs Miss Alice, domestic M. W. Norfleet 
pq pq Grubbs Miss Cornelia, res Andrew Pitts 
^*~~ v Grubbs Miss Rebecca, domestic Mrs. M. Landguist 
7~jf*) Grubbs Samuel, res nr Pump House 
^Jr^JL Grunert W. C, jeweler W. T. Vogler, res ws Poplar, 
S 3 h n West st, Salem 
<■ Gunn Mrs. E. F., res Mrs. M. J. Hester 
q£ Gunter Miss Flora, res James Gunter 
ft* Gunter James, res esElm, 3 h n Bank st, Salem 
q Gunter Miss S. F., res James Gunter 
JpGuy John N., wks F. & H, Fries, res Cotton row 

OgS] TTAFNER A. C, cigarmkr, bds Mrs. H. V. Yar- 

O C| H brough 

£h ° Hairston James, driver S. A. Ogburn, res rear same 
^ Haley Gideon, res Liberty st, ne limits 
*T^ Haley Miss Jane, res Mrs. Sarah Haley 
Oj Haley Miss Mary, res Mrs. Sarah Haley 
r"™1 Haley Mrs. Sarah, wid, res ss New Shaflowford, 9 h w 
Cherry st, Salem 



mNEWCOM8 5 S PURE W!HES 3 LIQUORS, »- 
TOBACCO AND CIGAKS. cjg&jj&g^ c . HIT 

DIRECTORY. 95 j§l) 

White Department. fl§l£ 

Hall A. F., res es Oak, 4 h n Seventh st ^|b 

Hall Miss Delphina, res W. E. Hall JK0 

Hall & Edmunds, leaf tob brokers ^^ 

Hall J. F., elk H. D. Poindexter ^_, 

Hall Robert, wks R. J. Reynolds, res Thomas Hall fplp 
Hall Miss Sallie, res Thomas Hall Ib^r 

Hall Thomas, wks G. F. Miller, res es Water, 1 h s gt^a 

Bellew Creek st, Salem jgg 

Hall Willis E„ of Hall & Edmunds, leaf tob brokers, Jgf 

res W. E. Hall IS 

Hall W. E , res e end Bank st, Salem ^p 

Hall W. H , candy mfr, res es Main, 4 h s New Shal- j& 

lowford st, Salem j|||| 

Hall , lab, bds James Gibson j fg| 

Hamilton Rev. W. G , Protestant Methodist, res |S 

Waughtown ^"^ ' 

Hamlen C, of C Hamlen & Co, tob mfrs, res ne cor |p 

Cherry and Fifth sts ^ u; 

Hamlen C. & Co, tob mfrs ^ § 

Hamm James, wagoner, Salem mill <*> @| 

Hamlen Miss M. L., res C. Hamlen °° ||| 

Hamlen Melvin S., res C. Hamlen § ^ 

Hampton C S., wks F. & PL Fries ^ W 

Hampton William, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- ^ «/. 

ton ^ jp 

Hanes Augustine, elk C. R. Welfare, bds same ^ Mji 

Hanes B. F., of P. H. Hanes & Co, tob mfrs, bds Cen- 35 |=f 

tral hotel ^j w 

Hanes Frank, wks F. & H. Fries, res ns Bank, lhe ~- 

Elm st, Salem g pg 

Hanes J. W\, of P. H. Hanes & Co, tob mfrs, res se " igj| 

cor Cherry and Fifth sts <j S 

Hanes Lee, wks F. & H. Fries ^© 

Hanes P. H., of P. H. Hanes & Co, tob mfrs, res es %M 

Cherry, 1 h s Fifth st ^i 

Hanes P. H. & Co, tob mfrs O ^ 

Hannah J. P., tob mfr, res es Main st, 1 h n Belo ^ Wk 

House, Salem 5zj 51 

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Hannah Miss Kate, res J. P. Hannah 

Hausler Miss Lizzie, teacher Salem Academy, res 

same 
Happer R. W. B , mgr D. D & E. Schouler, res sw 

cor Broad and Fourth sts 
Happy Hill, se limits, Salem 
Hardeman Miss P., wks Salem Academy 
Hardie Mrs. F. J., wid, res w s Liberty 2 h s Seventh 

st 
Hardie Miss Mary M., res Mrs. F. J. Hardie 
Hargrave Miss Sarah, domestic Mrs. R. L. Patterson 
Harmon Miss Cassie, domestic H. W. Barrow 
Harmon Erastus, wksC. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 
Harris A., wks Fogle Bros 
Harris E. E., locomotive eng, Salem branch, res ws 

Chestnut 2 h n First st. 
Harris J. F. gen mdse, res ws Broad 1 h s Fourth st 
Harris Robert E. elk Dr. J. F. Shaffher, res Salem 
Har/is William, policeman, res ws Reservoir 3 h n 

Seventh st 
Harris Wm., wks T. F. Williamson & Son, 
Harris W. G., res William Harris 
Harrison M., baker R. B., Perkins 
Harrison Thomas, carpenter, res se cor Seventh and 

Chestnut sts 
HARDFORD FIRE INS CO., of Hardford, Eugene 

E. Gray, agt 
Hartman Albert, wks Salem Iron Works, res es Elm 

2 h n High st, Salem 
Hartman Miss Mary, res ns Liberty 5 h w Cemetery 

st 
Hartman Miss Susan, res Miss Mary Hartman 
Haskins R., mgr B. J. Sheppard & Co 
Hauser Miss Agness, res C. S. Hauser 



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BACCO and CIGARS, 
cAcloo House, Greensboro, N.C. 

DIRECTORY, 97 



\Vhite Department. 

Hauser Calvin, wks Salem Academy, res ns West 2 h 

w Main st, Salem 
Hauser C. S., elk Superior Court, res se cor First and 

Main sts 

Hauser Isaac, res Salisbury road, Salem OS? 

Hauser Miss Lucinda, res Salisbury road, Salem «S0 

Hauser Miss Lydia, res Isaac Hauser G^ 

Hauser J. R., wks G. E , Nissen & Co, res Waughtown ^s-rf 
Hauser Miss Maggie, wks Salem Academy *^j 

Hauser Rufus, res ns Liberty st, ne limits SSbSS 

Hauser Robert, wks F. & H. Fries, res Calvin Hauser ""** 
Hansel W. H., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- «bo| 

town f% 

Hay Duke, res Dr. R. D. Hay J£ 

Hay Miss Mattie, res Dr. R. D. Hay S f™ 

Hay R. D., physician, res Fourth st op Court house ffl 
Hay Miss Sallie. res Dr. R. D., Hay g W 

Hay W. S., wks Bitting & Whitaker ^ "1 

Hay worth W. A., wks Fogle Bros., res ws Water 2:h td 

s Bellew Creek st, Salem ^ ^Js 

Head Eliza, domestic J. S. White O 2 

Heath William, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- W ^ 

town gO 

Heckard F. E.. elk Jacob Tise & Co., res T. P. Styron g 
Hedrick Miss C. J., res J. L. Hedrick ha Tf| 

Hedrick J. L., carpenter, res ss Fourth st, nr w limits }j| ^ 
Hege, A., wks Fogle Bros ° «p 

Hege C. A., propr Salem Iron Works, res nw cor Salt r^ ™ 

and Bellew Creek sts, Salem O 

Hege E. L., elk Pfohl & Stockton, res nw cor Elm and ^^ 

Bank sts, Salem 12 

Hege E P., bds R. Frank Graham za w 

Hege Frank E., elk George A. Boozer, res E. L. Hege ^ ^ 
Hege Fred, wks F. & H. Fries § 3* 

Hege George, res s end Church st, Salem " ««g 

Hege G. G., carpenter, res es Cherry, cor First st, Sa- ^ ■■» 

lem ' Q 

Hege John, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown ■ p- 
Hege S. A., teacher Elm st Graded School, res sw cor m 

Poplar and Old Shallowford sts, Salem I ' 

Heisler Frank, res Mrs. L. Heisler ™ 



1 8MY M&RTIPIIjsists, 

98 DIRECTORY. 

■o J2: White Department. 

- Heisler Miss Lizzie, res Mrs. L. Heisler 
g o Heisler Mrs. Lydia, wid, res ws Salt, 5 h s Bank st, 
co « Salem 

$3 £ Henderson Mrs. E., wid. res es Cemetery, 2 h n Lib- 
-^ ^ erty st 

^ Hendricks Lee, wks F. & H. Fries, res ws Main, 2 h 
b» n Cemetery st, Salem 

^ ^ Henley John, res Mrs. S. E. Henley 
*XCi^ Henley Mrs. S. E , wid, res ws Old Town, 1 h n 
QJ Sixth st 
• • H Hester Byron M., wks T. L. Vaughn, res Mrs. M. J. 
T 7^ ) Hester 
g] Hester B. F., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 



town 



P Hester Elias, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
^XX town 

Hester Eugene G , wks P. H. Hanes & Co, res Mrs. M. 
t— H J. Hester 
O Hester Lee, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waughtown 
O Hester Mrs. M. J., res es Cherry, 3 h n First st 
rH Hester K. T., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
''O town 
"OR Hester Walton M., elk Pfohl & Stockton, res Mrs. M. 

J. Hester 
rjrj Hicks Samuel, wagonmkr, res ss Third, 2 h w Lib- 
rq" erty st 

rr» Hill Chrissie, domestic N. H. Medearis 
A ^ Hill Frank, bds R. T. Stedman 
. ^XK Hill George, carpenter, res Isaiah Lumley 
M Hill Mrs. M. J., wid, res ss Public Square, bet Main 
1 q and Church sts, Salem 
q Hill W. P., of Ogburn & Hill, tob mfrs, res ws Spruce, 
1 h n Fourth st 
Hine Miss Christine A., res S. A. Hege 
Hine G. C, bds E. J. Babington 
Tq Hine L. R., saddles and harness, res country 
^ Hine William, res S. A. Hege 
2. HINSHAW & BTNUM, gen mdse 
rM HINSHAW GEORGE W., of Hinshaw & Bynum, 
-y^fi gen mdse, res es Cherry, 1 h n Fourth st 
*•£<. Hinshaw Hannah, domestic J. E. Gilmer 



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HhAIJ H Liii H 1 hKX MTSacramental Wines a Specialty. L#J 
UHilM^UlifliaiUI McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. ^ 

DIRECTORY. 99 £4 

White Department. H"J 

Hinsdale Harrison, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res ^ 
Waughtown ^. 

Hitt R. J., wks Fogle Bros, res es Main, 2 h s New O"0 
Shallowford st, Salem rH 

Hitt W. H , compositor Union Republican, res R. J. . ■ 

Hitt rrj 

Hobbs George D , of Faggs & Hobbs, fresh meats, res ^7 

J. C. Fogg P3 

Hoclgin George D., bkkpr First Nat Bank, res S. H. O 

Hodgin < 
Hodgin James M , elk M. M. Stein, res S. H. Hodgin 2 
Hodgin & Sullivan, gen mdse ^ 
Hodgin S. H , of Hodgin & Sullivan, gen mdse, res . 

cor Cherry and Fourth sts jsasiari 

Holder Cornelius, res J. C. Wrenn J^ 

Holt C. T., elk Giersh & Senseman, bds H. A. Giersh K" 
Holder Elijah, brickmason, res ss New Shallowford, 12 H 

h w Cherry st, Salem ^ 

Holder Mrs. Eliza, wid, res ws Salt, 1 h n Bank st, H 

Salem & 

Holder Henry, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- ,— » 

town t ~~\ 

Holder Henry A., brickmason, res es Elm, bet Second ^*msr 

and Third sts M 

Holder Jackson, res Liberty st, ne limits ^T 

Holder Jesse, painter, res nw cor Marshall and Old if 

Shallowford sts, Salem L^mJ 

Holder J. H., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- HH 

town \_2 

Holder Miss V. E., cook A. E. Giersh ^ 

Hopkins Miss Gussie, res P. N. Hopkins £^ 

HOPKINS P. N., groceries, res es Depot. 1 h n Fifth st *, 
Hoskins D. A , groceries, res es Main, 3 h n Sixth st «^^J 
Hoskins E. N., of Armfied & Hoskins, res Liberty, 2 -^^j 

h w Depot st 7*7* 

Hough A. G., of Hough & Co, propr, Salem Hosiery H 

Mill and bkkpr Salem Iron Works, res es Cherry, ^ 

2 h s First st, Salem £J 

Hough J. H., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 3 

town § 

Hough Marion, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 25 

town 



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A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 

"" MoKAY, Principal, Mac on, Ga. 

White Department. 

Hough S. B., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown 

Houtchen'John, res Liberty st, nr Cemetery 

Houtchen William, res John Houtchen 

Howard A., wks Fogle Bros 

Howlett Miss Salena, res Mrs. Sallie Chitty 

Hudson John, res ss Fourth st, w limits 

Huffman Miss Mollie, res A. N. Collins 

Hughes H , tailor, res R. C. Brown 

Hughes Melinda, servt P. H. Winston 

Hunt E G., of Hamlen, Daldon & Hunt, gen mdse, 

bds C. Hamlen 
Hunter J. W., dentist, res ws Main st, 5 h n Cemetery,. 

Salem 
Hunt Mrs. Lisandia, wid, res Dr. J. G. Ector 
Hunter Miss Mary S., res Dr. J. W. Hunter 
Hurke T. W., sec and treas Winston Tob Mfg Co, bds 

Central Hotel 
Hyre Miss Lizzie, res Mrs. M. J. Hvre 
Hyre Mrs. M. J., wid, res sw cor Salt and Bank sts, 

Salem 

TMES MISS LIZZIE, res Rev. F. M. Keith 
1 INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, Eu- 
gene E. Gray, agt 
INTERSTATE DIRECTORY CO., C. M. Gardner, 
H. H Dickson, 32 S. Broad st, Atlanta, Ga, pub- 
lishers of Directories of Tyler, Tex ; Gainesville, 
Narietta, Griffin, Barnesville, Rome, Cartersville, 
Columbus, Macon, Ga ; Birmingham, Ala; Green- 
ville, S. C. ; Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston and 
Salem, N. €. ; Anniston, Ala ; Georgia Pacific Ga- 
zetteer, Richmond and Danville Gazetteer ; Mont- 
gomery, Ala, and others South and West 

JACOBS JOSEPH, clothing, res es Liberty, 2 h f. 
Seventh st 
Jacobs Mrs. V. C, res Cotton Row 
James Mrs. E., wid, res H. A. Lineback 
James Hennis, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 



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HLMUUM 1 hM WSacramental Wines a Specialty. -«^] 
Butt* IgW Ml ■ ■•IV MoA doo House, ----- Greensboro, N. C, «^^H 

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White Department. 

Jennings E. H., of R. L. Candler & Co., bds T. F. 

Williamson £j 
Jenkins Frank, res R. A. Jenkins 
'Jenkins Miss Gertrude, res R. A. Jenkins 
Jenkins H. T., wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 

Jenkins Robert, fireman R & D R R, res ss Bellew p ^ 

Creek st, 2 h e R R, Salem ^ j 

Jenkins R. A., pass agt B&ORR, res ws Main st 3 h S- m 

s New Shaliowford, Salem ° H 

Jenkins Samuel, wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- W H 

town ^ H 

Johnson A., stone cutter I. W. Durham, res es Depot g" ^ 

1 h s Liberty st o m 

Johnson Aaron, res Mrs. Jane Johnson q £~ 

Johnson Hall, Fourth st, op Court house ,-«. *£ 

Johnson James, res Mrs. Jane Johnson •—■ H 

Johnson Mrs. Jane, wid, res Liberty st, ne limits g: ^ 

Johnson J. R.. painter, res Mrs. Jane Johnson 5"^ 

Johnson Rev. F. H., res ws Cherry, op Third st ai qq 

Johnston Miss Lula, student, res R. D. Johnston pq j 

Johnston Miss Mattie, res R. D. Johnston o q 



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Johnston M. P., shipping elk Baily Bros, res F. H. g ^ 

Johnston ~° fc^ 

Johnston R. D, tailor, res se cor Fourth and Spring ^r 1 

sts Jq 

Johnston William, student, res Rev. F. H. Johnston p ^ 
Jones Miss Annie, res H. S. Crist 2. 

Jones Miss Carrie, asst in music Salem Academy, res ST Q 

'Same hrj ta 

Jones Charles, bds R. Frank Graham g " 

Jones Mrs. D., wid, res Frank Heckard tJ A 

Jones Ed L , mgr Winston Tob Mfg Co., bds T. S. C V 

Black ^^ 

Jones George, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- jfj w. 

town g pQ. 

Jones Jesse, res Brendletown g- M 

Jones J. B., carpenter, res W. N., Armfield B hj 

TC A © SPICES, DYES AND FLAVORS S 

1 Ei#%W At Gray & Martin's, Winston, N. C H* 
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7^2 -w White Department. 

bj? S Jones J. M., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waughtown 
"! Jones J. P., mgr Bitting & Whitaker, res T..A. Wil- 
son 
Jones Louis, res ws Marshall 3 h s West st, Salem 
Jones Miss Mollie, res Louis Jones 
^ Jones Mrs. P., wid, res Louis Jones 

2»S Jones Turner, wks Fogle Rros 

*3^ Jones William, wks G. E. Nissen k Co., res Waugh- 

tj.*? town 

S ?-( Joyce Miss Cora A., res J. T. Joyce 

2 § Joyce Miss Ella E., res Mrs. M. E. Joyce 

>H © J°y ce George, foreman G. L. Miller, res ws Spring 2 

qQ h n Fifth st 

Lj Joyce J. T., carpenter, res ns Fourth st, nr w limits 

~ f* Joyce Miss Lilla M.,.res Mrs. M. E. Joyce 

\£ J Joyce Miss Mollie, res Thos Black 

fr* >• Joyce Mrs. M. E., wid, res es Sycamore 1 h n Fourth 

0«w ^°y ce P e ^ er A., res Mrs. M. E. Joyce 

r£ © Joyce Robert, elk R. R. Crawford, res ws Cherry 2h n 



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High st, Salem 



TZEARNEST. H., foreman finishing room F. & H 
a£J IY. Fries woolen mill 



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Keehln Miss Agnes, res F. E. Keehln 
Keehln Mrs. A. E., wid, res ne cor Walnut and Main 
P" ^ sts, Salem 

H Keehln Charles, wks Brown Bros, res Mrs. A. E. 
Keehln 
mamd Keehln Miss Emma, res F. E. Keehln 

_] Keehln Miss Eva, asst in office Salem Iron Works, 
^5jj res F. E. Keehln 

^TRUSSES """'J" 



TJ fS UTEWCOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State I 1 

Bi IT in Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. ' 

JUlUlJLl McA-doo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. »-_ 

DIRECTORY. 7p3 ^\ 

White Department. ^Vfr 

Keehln Francis E., wks G. T. Miller, res es Main, op _^H 

Mill st, Salem ^H 

Keehln George, compositor Peoples Press, res Mrs. A. ^^~i 

E. Keehln 
Keehln Henry, res Mrs. A. E. Keehln bumd 

Keehln Miss Mary, bkkpr Singer Manfg Co , res Mrs. [^ 

A. E. Keehln l,,,.,,,^ 

Keehln Mrs. S. E., wid, res Allen Spaugh **W 

Kehoe Miss Kate, milliner Ryttenberg Bros, bds Dr. ^ 

W. L. Brown HH 

Keisler Miss Eva, res Francis Keisler ^^\ 

Keisler Francis, res ss New Shallowford 4 h vv Cherry V_ _J_ 

st, Salem ^P"H 

Keisler Miss Mary, res Francis Keisler [ A-J 

Keith Mrs. E. R., res Rev. F. M. Keith 7~f*\ 

Keith Rev. F. M , pastor Wesleyan Methodist Church, \JA 

contractor and builder, res ws Liberty 1 h s 7th 
Keith L N., compositor Union Republican, res ne cor h^ 

Fifth and Spring sts ^ 

Keith W. F., res ns Fifth 1 h e Spring st Nj 

Kennedy James, brickmason, res Liberty st, ne limits 
Kennedy Mrs. S , wid, domestic Salem Hotel T&X 

KERNER ROBA B., lawyer, bds Central Hotel A §si 

Kernodle John W., butcher, res es Sycamore 3 h n q J^i 

Fourth st H 

Kerridge William, wks Fogle Bros, res E. Salem H ^ 

Kester D. E., 'foreman foundry Hege & Co., res ws q N* 

Main 2 h s Fifth st m *H 

KESTER J. H., plumber, res ws Main 2 h s Fifth st J ^ 
Kester Mrs. Lucinda, wid., res ws Main 2 h s Fifth st 4 ^** 
Kimball Miss Flora, res T. F. Leak, Q 

Kimball Francis, res ws Salt, 2 h s Bank st, Salem /\ yfl 
Kimball Louis, res Brendletown 2, S^ 

KINO D. H., ice dealer, bds Central Hotel • ^ 

King Milton, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waughtown ^ 
JCing Turner res ne cor Fourth and Spring sts —4 

JCinnaman Miss C, res L. N. Clinard ^ 

Kinney Miss Laurie, C. R. Welfare ^J 

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'g § 104 DIRECTORY. 

Cjj White Department. 

z . Kiser T. A., wks Fogle Bros., res G. W. White, 
— ?o Knights of Honor. See Appendix 
^ o^ Knight Mrs. Jane, res Brendletown, 

oS Knights and Ladies of Honor. See Appendix 

®w? Knight Miss Lizzie, res Brendletown 

S oZ? Knights of Pythias. See Appendix 
*S-| Knott Burton, wks F. & H. Fries, res ss New Shal- 

flj£ ford st, 2 h w Cherry 

w„s Knott Cicero, res Liberty st. ne limits 
_r*j u| Knouse Emory, wks Salem Mills, res ss Mill st, Salem, 
pH jf© op Marshall 
•si- Kountz Mrs. P., wid, res Robert Jenkins 

ks* 1 Kremer Mrs. Eliza, wid, res Widows Home 
iK j Krouse Miss Elizabeth, domestic W. A. Whittaker 
7s o Krouse Miss Lizzie, bds Mrs. Sallie Chitty 

/•a H T ACKMIT SANDY, brickmason, res es Reservoir 

H -*^ st 2 h n Reservoir 
—.'2 Lamb Miss B., res Irvin Lamb 
£j5 Lamb Miss E. H , res Irvin Lamb 
*-< Lamb Irvin, res Cotton Row 
s •* Lamb Miss P., res Irvin Lamb 
£ g LANCASHIRE FIRE INS CO., of England, Eugene 

ft E. Gray, agt 
® £ Landix S., wks Fogle Bros 
q 2 Lanier M., res R. D. Brown 
b^rj Landguist Mrs. M., wid, res se cor Bank and Main 
^ sts, Salem 

r-z^s Lash Florence, servt Taylor Bynum 
\JI J Lawrence Sidney, harnessmkr, res.ne cor Fourth and 
F-y^] Church sts 
poaJ Lawson Miss Jane, res ss New Shallpwford, 7 hw 

■^ Cherry st, Salem 
LhbbJ Lawson Miss Mary, res Miss Jane Lawson 
F 1 Leak David, drummer, res se cor Spruce and Second 
^- J sts 

Leak H. D., supt Shaffner & Hannah's tob fctry, res 

ws Martin st 
Leak T. F., smoking tob mfr, res ns Fifth, 5 h e 

Spring st 
Leary Walter I., drummer, res sw cor Second and 
Pine sts 



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Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. %$>& 
MeAdoo House, Greensboko, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 105 



White Department. 

Leckie Mrs. E. C, wid, res Mrs. E. E. Shelton esim 

Led better & Co, tob mfrs B 

Ledbetter W. G., of Ledbetter & Co, tob, brokers, bds HBffi *| 

Central Hotel riMl 

Ledford John S., res nw cor Elm and Old Shallowford ^H_ 

sts, Salem ■■■ 

Ledford Thomas, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- g^ 

town ^ 

Lee A. J., teamster, res ss New Shallowford, 11 h w 

Cherry st, Salem HJ 

Lee Miss Fannie, res ws Chestnut, 5 h n Second st M^O 
Lee -John, res Old Town road, n limits ^ ^ 

Lee Miss Mary, res A. J. Lee <j6 " 

Lee Marshall, wks T. F. Williamson & Son o jg 

Lee Mrs. Nancy, wid, res ss New Shallowford, 5 h w ^^ 

Cherry st, Salem r^sSa 

Legue William, barber, res se cor Elm and Second o_f 

sts ^?*a 

Lehman Miss Emma A., teacher history and English g W 

literature Salem Academy, res same tr JH 

Lehman John, compositor Winston Leader, res B. Y. r ~ l #s» 

Eayle hg 

Leinbach Prof. E. W., res ne cor Church and Ceme- ^ 5TJ 

tery sts, Salem ^ (ft 

Leinbach Miss M. V., res Prof. E. W. Leinbach hj 

Lemly & Buxton Big, es Liberty, bet Fourth and H.|> 

Fifth sts o %Z 

Lemly H. A., res es Main, 2 h n Mill st, Salem qd ^> 

Lemly Miss Laura, res H. A. Lemly, .O 

Lemly W. A , pres Wachovia Bank, res es Church, << 

2 h n Cemetery st, Salem hj'fll 

Lemons Glenn, res es Chestnut, 2 h n Seventh st co ■■* 

Lemons Kobert E , res es Chestnut, 2 h n Seventh st q^PB 
Leonard Henry, res Mrs. Nancy Leonard p f"f 

Leopold L, cigar mfr, sw cor Spring and Four-and-a- " « 

half sts tz{Q 

Leonard Mrs. Nancy, res Old Town road, n limits " _■ 

Leslie T. H., elk Cicero Tise & Co Qgp 



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A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 
W. McKAY, Principal, Macon.Ga. 



White Department. 

Lewis C, wks Fogle Bros 

>— Lewis Thomas, teamster, res ws Cemetery, 4 h n Lib- 
y QC erty st 

£ "JJ Lewis William, res Liberty st, ne limits 

pj 22 Libas Joshua, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown 

02 Libas Wallace, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
^ J— town 

-^ Liberty Block, es Liberty, bet Fourth and Fifth sts 

3 H— Lichtenthaler A., farmer, resse cor Church and Ceme- 
g C^ tery sts 

01 Light E. M , wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown 
«&$ Liipfert William J., bkkpr P. H. Hanes & Co,-bds 
g ^ Mrs. F. J. Hardie 

^O Lindsey W. H., drummer R. L. Candler & Co, bds 

0> Mrs. ■ Benton 

ffi Link S., wks Fogle Bros 

Lineback Miss Agnes, domestic Dr. N. S. Siewers 
jpQ| Lineback Mrs. E., wid, res ss New Shallowford, 8 h w 
jinn 1 1 Cherry st, Salem 

^ ft% Lineback Miss Flora, res Mrs. E. Lineback 
ggg Lineback H. A., photographer, res ws Main, 2 h s 
~r— ^ Bank st, Salem 

Lineback Harry, res Julius Lineback 

Lineback Miss Henrietta, res Sisters House 

Lineback James, res w limits, Salem 

Lineback Julius A., elk Salem Congregation, res es 

Church, 1 h n Cemetery st, Salem 
Lineback J. R., apprentice Salem Iron Works 
Lineback Miss Mattie, res Mrs. Amelia Shaffner 
Lineback Reuben, res Mrs. E. Lineback 
Lineback Miss Sarah, res Mrs. Sallie Chitty 
Linville B. A., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 
LION FIRE INS. CO., of England, Eugene E. Gray, 

agt 
Lise N. A., wks Fogle Bros 
Literary and Social Club 

Litten Julius, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town, 



w ©rtiiOC AND PERFUMES 

q o u a r^ at grat & ggg^ c. 

§| 108 DIRECTORY. 

/YO° White Department. 

^o Longworth Miss Jessie, domestic W. J. Cooper 

[j x Longworth Miss Laura, domestic, Timothy Vogler 

^zX Longworth Miss Mary, res Happy Hill 
$a?2 Longworth W. B., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 

/ feH - tOWll 

(jgo Lott Miss Flora V., res H. D. Lott 
i t\\Z Lott H. D., boarding, res ws Cherry 3 h n High, Salem 
i._35 Lott Kie S.,clk Register of deeds, res H. D. Lott 
J ^ Lott Miss Lena, res H. D. Lott 

{T^ Love Charles P., leaf tobacco, res Liberty nr Ceme- 
£> tery st 

Lowry Miss Melissa, domestic Gideon Miller 

Oj Lowry Mrs. Susan, wid, domestic J. D. Watkins 
Lumley Isaiah, res es Church st 2 h s West, Salem 
ZLumley Louis, wks F. & H. Fries, res nw cor Salt 
and Bank sts, Salem 
g^j Lumley Marion, res ns Belew Creek road 4 h e E R, 
n Salem 

B^B Lumley Mrs. Susan, widow, res Cotton Row 
*^~ Lumley Thomas, res Isaiah Lumley 
"SP Lumley Wm, wks Hall & Edwards, res Cotton Row 



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"ALONE CHARLES, wks C. H. Tise, res C. P. Love 
Marable Miss Fannie, res D. T. Marable 
i&i Marable Miss Adelaide, res D. T. Marable 
|8| Marable D. T., drummer, res es Old Town 1 h n Sixth 
U^g Mark Miss Mollie, wks Salem Academy 
Marler W. H., elk J. E. Gilmer, res same 

M Marshall Hunter, tob broker, bds Central Hotel 
Marshall Miss Letitia, res Mrs. J. Masten 
O Marshall Mrs. M., wid, res Mrs. J. Masten 
Marshall Miss Nannie, res Mrs. J. Masten 
E Martin D. C, elk C. Tise, res ns Liberty, 2 h n Sixth 

^ Martin Miss Fannie, elk, Hinshaw & Bynum, res Dr. 
Samuel Martin 
fVUA Martin Frank A., res es Old Town, 2 h n Sixth st 
J!Sj|g Martin H. H., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
Oui town 

| g Martin James, res cor Oak and Reservoir sts 
««■ Martin Mrs. I. S., res ws Cherry, cor Seventh st 



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For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

Jp|?F~Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 107 

White Department. 

Litten P. L , wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown ^ 

Livingood Daniel, wks D. T. Crouse, res E. Salem M 

Livingood Francis, res Cotton row ^ 

Livingood Miss Lucy, res Mrs. P. Livingood j*?* 

Livingood Mrs. P., res East Salem jj± 

Livingood Miss S., res Mrs. P. Livingood rt 

Livingood T. A. & Co, saloon, res Main st g 

Livingood T. A. & Co, saloon ^ 

Livingston James, plasterer, res ws Chestnut 3 h n J>> 

Fourth st 

Lloyd Alfred, wks E. E. Spaugh Cl 

Lloyd Hooper, groceries, res Seventh st, ne limits Q 

Lloyd Miss Sarah, res es Depot 2 h n Fourth st |Jj 
Locke Miss Mattie, res William Vogle 
Lockett E. L., tob mfr of Lockett & Vaughn, res n 

Fifth 3 h w Poplar st XH 

Lockett & Vaughn, tob mfrs 2" 

Lodgrick Miss Carrie, res John Lodgrick ™^j 

Lodgrick John, wks Fogle Bros, res sw cor Walnut ^^ 

and Main sts, Salem £5 

Loeper Barnhart, saloon, res cor Liberty and Third GCGO 

sts Hg 

Lomond Charles, res Mrs. S. Lomond £>nj 

Lomond Mrs. S., wid, res es Oak st, nr n limits y^» 

Lomax Miss Susan, res J. G. Sides >H^ 

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, of London, O- 

Eugene E. Gray, agt -^O 

Long B. E., res Miss Jane Long £tj* 

Long Isaac, of Long & Sackerman, clothing, bds Cen- *$ 

tral Hotel 
Long Miss Jane, res ws Salt 4 h s Bank st, Salem 
Long John, res Salisbury road, Salem 
Long & Sackerman, clothing, etc 
Long Miss Sallie, res Mrs. E J. Dillard 

Longworth Andrew, res Frank Lone; worth ^ 
Longworth Edwaid, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, v 

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MARTINt' DRUCS (Winston, NX ' H^ 



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T IU h VAi 1 1 ! I (iff K N PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES J^ 
•' 1 - J - ' I McAdoo Bouse. Gi . ensboro, N. C. Q 



McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 
DIRECTORY. 109 



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White Department. 

Martin J. VV., elk Hinshaw & Byrmm, res n end 

Spring st • j rr ^ 

Martin Miss Lula, res Dr. Samuel Martin 
Martin S. F , res Mrs. M E. Crouch FJff) 

Martin Dr. L. R. VV., of Gray & Martin, drugs, res \\ 

Mrs. J. S. Martin 
Martin Miss M. W., res James Martin 
Martin Watt, of Gray & Martin, drugs, res Seventh J*!^>L 

and Cherry sts *TT) 

Martin William, wks W. E Spach & Son, res Waugh ts **^ 

town 
Martin W. E., carpenter, res ss Belle w Creek road, 4 r^ 

h e B. R., Salem <rr- 

Martin W. S., elk Smoak & Pritchett, res ns Fourth, 

1 h .w Poplar st ^(jd. 

Masons. See appendix j-j 

Masonic Hall, ws Liberty st, n Public Square £-> 

Mast D. P., lawyer and register deeds £1" 

Hasten William C, res J. W. Masten E3* 

Masten Mrs. J., wid, res ne cor Fifth and Main sts ""T 
MASTEN J. H., of Jacob Tise & Co, city clerk and 

gen mdse, res junct Main and Liberty sts Pj^ 

Masten J. W., res es Liberty, 1 h s Seventh st 
Masten Miss Letitia, res Sisters House is£\ 

Masten Miss Laura, res Sisters House CO 

Masten Miss Mary, res Mrs. J. Masten 1™^ 

Masten Percy, student, res Mrs. J. Masten O 

Matthews J. T., physician, res Greensboro road, Salem <£ 
Mayes Mad Maggie, res Liberty st, ne limits ^H 

McArthur R. M., of Crutchfield & McArthur, livery, JP 

bds Central Hotel >^* 

McBride W. M., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- - 

town 
McCadden H. C, mgr Geo. T. Foust harness dept 
McCain J. H., revenue officer, bds Central Hotel 
McCandless Miss Hannah, student, res Joseph Mc- £f * 

Candless J-3 

McCandless Joseph, res ws Reservoir, 4 h n Seventh ^%K 

st £+- 

McCandless W. J., shoemkr, es Reservoir st, 6 h n 2 

Reservoir -^ 



3 110 DIRECTORY. 

^T White Department. 

O _ McCanless Miss Florence, bds Belo House 
O P McCubbins Joseph, bds R. Frank Graham 
j, b McCuiston F., asst Salem Academy for boys 
sO " McCuiston Prof. John, asst Salem Academy for boys, 
. i bds C. W. Vogler 
Z, o McCuiston J. J., wks W. E Spach & Son, res Waugh- 

O w town 

C/} % McCuiston J. R., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 

^ h town 

^ £ McCuiston R. D., wks Fogle Bros 

"^ McDougal , lawyer, bds Central Hotel 

*~j McGallaird C. A., stone cutter I. W. Durham, res 
"""d Reservoir, nr Belo st 

'■"' McGee John, res William McGee 
^ McGee Mrs. Nancy, wid. res Salisbury road. Salem. 
!> McGee William, res Salisbury road. Salem 
^"^^ NcGordy McDaniel, tinner George Stewart 
o rj Mclver Prof. Charles D., bds H. X Dwire 
M rj Mclver H. E., contractor and builder, res ss First, 1 
k3 o h w Cherry st, Salem 



Mclver J. M., carpenter, res H. E. Mclver 
+3 [>}McKnight David, contractor and builder, res ws Oak, 
jg § 3 h s Belo st 

pq £} McKnight Edward, res David McKnight 
~-^~^ McKnight Miss Fannie, res David McKnight 
7~£^) McKnight Miss H., elk Ryttenberg Bros, res David 
^*fy± McKnight 

?h McKughan Austin, res ws Main, 1 h s Seventh st 
"^ McKughan Miss C. E , res Austin McKughan 
O McKughan Hampton, res Mrs. E. E. Snider 
>P3 McKughan Mrs. M., wid, res Mrs. E. E. Snider 
Q McKughan Miss M;, res Daniel Barton 

Medearis N. H., elk Hinshaw & Bynum, res es Elm,, 

2 h s Third st 
Meinung Prof. Alexander, res ws Salt, 2 h s New 

Shallowford st, Salem 
Meinung Edwin A., shoemkr, res es Main, 5 h s 
Bellew Creek st, Salem 

"MEDICINES 



Ph PATENT 



AT GRAY & MARTIN'S, 

WINSTON, N. C- 



MNEWCOMB'S PURE WINES, LIQUORS, ^ 
TOBACCO AND CKUKS, CR EgfiggfeiCT: c. 

DIRECTORY. 111 

White Department. 

Meinung Miss A. E., res E. A. Meinung 

MEINUNG FRANK C, carriage and buggy shop, jjjj* 

res ne cor Salt and New Shallowford sts, Salem w^ 
MEINUNG H. E., painter F. C. Meinung, res ws ^^ 

Main, 2 h n New Shallowford st, Salem fPlP 

Meinung Levi, res Seventh st, ne limits iSSr 

Meinung Miss Mary, teacher Salem Academy, res . -» ^ 

same ifeiy 

Mendenhall Miss Clara, domestic Thomas Spaugh jpS^ 
Meredith Alfred, carpenter, res ns Liberty, 3 h w §1||! 

Depot st /(££*. 

Merideth Fred, res Alfred Merideth <5g 

MERIDETH U. M., local ed and bus mgr Union jp 

Republican, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrougb "^§ 

Meredith Shem, res Alfred Merideth |Q 

Meroney W. A., mgr W. V. Meroney, res ws Liberty, ^^^ 

nr Public Square Ml 

Meroney W. R., elk S. Rasenbaeher, bdb Mrs. H. V. r 1 2 

Yarbrough S5 W 

Meroney M. H., mgr, upstairs, Bynum & Cotten 'o (Hi 
Meroney W. V., groceries, res W. A. Meroney c£ ^ 

Messer F., teacher, res es Marshall, 3 h s West st, g IP 

Salem * ft 

Methodist Church. See appendix g n 

Michel Edward, wks Joseph Renard &. jp* 

Mickey Harry, res es Main st, op Salem Hotel t -1 Mt 

Mickey Julius E.. farmer and fresh meats, res ws-sj *3 

Main, lbs Belle w Creek st, Salem ^ lyf 

Mickey S. T., res es Main st, op Salem Hotel 2. 

Milburn Elmer, wks J, A. Vance | M 

Military. See appendix " S 

Millis Miss Delia, res E. N. Hoskins ^ g 

Millis Mrs. E., wid, res E N. Hoskins J |jj 

Millis Thomas, res E. N. Hoskins ^ wmi 

Miller Miss Addie, dressmkr, res Mrs. F. J. Beck h& 
Miller Miss Alice, res Calvin Miller O ^j 

Miller Amos, wks Salem Iron Works, res es Elm, 1 ^ 3j 

h n High st, Salem ^ g 

Miller Calvin, carpenter, res ws Liberty, 2 h n ^ |p 

First st 
Miller Miss Eliza, domestic A. G. Hough 



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DIRECTORY. 



I SUS I N ES S^N I VERS Tt Y. 






White Department. 

■fljrg Miller E- P., student, res W. H. Miller 

™^J Miller E. S., eng Arista Mills 

ffj-P Miller Francis, carpenter, res I. S. Miller 

gj'3 Miller Miss F. J., res W. H. Miller 

tip! c5 Miller Gaston, carpenter, res ns Fourth, 2 h w Pop- 

^"^^ lar st 
— y Miller Gforge, student, res I. S. Miller 
qj- Miller Miss Gertrude, res I. S. Miller 
•|g » Miller Gideon, contractor, res nw cor Second and 

<g Cherry sts 
i-pi Miller G. L., contractor and builder 
ffi^ Miller Mrs. Ida, wid., res es Cherry, 1 h s Fifth st 
f m ^P Miller Irvin S., eng Arista Mills, res es Marshall, 2 h 
52-3 s West st, Salem 

,*3(r^1 Miller James, carpenter, res es Cherry, 3 h n High 
***-§ st, Salem 

'S^ Miller John H., wks R. J. Reynolds, res W. H. 
W^ Miller 

I 3231 P Miller J. C, building foreman G. L. Miller 
3g O Miller J. E., of Spaugh & Miller, brick manfrs, res 
jjj Q Calvin Miller 

K^ "Miller J. S., builder G. L. Miller, res ne cor Church 
egg'-! and First sts 

Ijjpq Miller Miss Laura, res Calvin Miller 
jP»«l Miller Miss M., housekeeper W. A. Lemly 
S~ J Miller W. F. carpenter, res W. H. Miller 
«s0+3 Miller Miss Willie, wks Salem Academy 
fl-p Miller W. H., carpenter, res es Cherry 1 h s Fourth st 
^<^ Millsap Miss Cora, res Peter Millsap 
aCT Millsap Peter, wks woolen mill, res es Main op New 

OShallowford st, Salem 
Mitchell John J., tailor, bds Mrs, H. V. Yarbrough 
„ Mitchell Miss Susan, domestic S. H. Hodgin 

Mitchell William, blacksmith J. A. White & Son, 

res ss Liberty, nr Cemetary st 
Mock Mrs. Lucy, wid, res Wiiliam Mock 



TRY IWOOIf 



PURE WINES, LIQUORS, TO- T^i. 
BACCO and CIGARS', 

McAcloo House, Creensboro, N.O. 



DIRECTORY. 113 



White Department. 

Mock P. W., butcher J. E., Mickey 

Mock William, brickmason. res Albert Hartman 

Montagues Row., bet Second and Third, e Depot st 

Moore A., wks Fogle Bros 

MONTAGUE L. J., physician, res es Church 2 h n 

First st 
Moore Mrs. A. R , wid, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Moore C. H , elk Int Rev Office, res sw cor Liberty 

and Chestnut sts 
Moore Mrs. Mary, wid, res Cotton row- 
Moore Mrs. M., wid, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Moore Miss M. L., res Mrs. Nancy Moore ■■£ 

Moore Robert, painter, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough ^ 

Moore Mrs. S. A., wid, res ss New Shallowford 6 h w 2.^f 

Cherry st Salem J m 

Moore William A., carpenter res ns Spruce 1 h n^iM 

High st, Salem <5«*] 

Moore William D., elk Allen & Allan, bds Mrs. M. g -f 

M. Stockton ^ 

Moore bds Mrs. N. J. Terry jg> 

Moravian Church. See appendix Q gps 

Morgan Miss Annie, res Brendletown W "j" 

Morgan Miss Fannie, res ws Church 5h n Fifth st o W 
Morgan Hiram, res Brendletown «# 

Morgan Miss Lou, res Brendletown ""a T|, 

Morgan Tinsley, wks Fogle Bros, res E Salem £3 ^ 

Morgan William, wks Salem Iron Works, res Mrs. O 

T. Bennett 



Morgan W. L., res P. N. Hopkins O 

Morris Chas., stone cutter T. W. Durham 
Morris George, res Fries Old Plank Road 



s< 



Morris M. H., county surveyor oq w 

Morton Hugh, carpenter, res es Broad 2 h s Fourth st ^ jj?" 
Morton Mrs. J., wid, res ws Liberty 1 h n First st j^ #& 
Morton Samuel, wks F. C. Meinung, res Main, Salem " «a| 
Morton Miss Susan, res Mrs. J. Morton ^ ■» 

Morton S. F., wks F. & H. Fries ^ Q 

Moseley R. 3D., leaf tobacco, res ws Cherry st, 1 h n • p> 
Seventh 



Moser Gideon, wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waughtown 



m 



Moser J. M., wks G. E. Nisson & Co., res Wanghtown W- 



1 6M Y & MARTIN "»pMSTs, 

00 114 DIRECTORY. __ 

^. ^ White Department. 



Mosten H., wks Fogle Bros 



£3 o Murphy J. W., wksG. E. Nissen & Co.,res Waughtown 



o 



to «j Museum Salem Academy for boys, es Main lhn Old 

<3 £ Shallowford st, Salem 

.J3 ^ Myers Miss Laura, domestic H. A Lineback 

£3 Myers William, eng Salem Iron wks, res ws Salt 4 h 

;|> s New Shallowford st, Salem 

"#£ "VTADING ALEX, res Liberty op Cemetery st 
(£) *~* Nading Miss Annie, res Frank Nading 
" jH Nading Frank, painter, res ne limits, Liberty st 
q, Nading Miss Gertrude, res Frank Nading 
qJ Nading Miss Ida, res Frank Nading 
£j-' Nading James A., res Samuel W. Nading 
t^ Nading Joseph, res Frank Nading 
TXX Nading Samuel W., res es Liberty 2 h s Sixth st 
Nailor Charles, foreman tob factory, bds James Gib- 
t~H son 
^~ Neal Miss Lizzie 'A., res Stephen Neal 
^ Neal Stephen, res es Cherry 1 h s Second st 
t-mT Neal Stephen T., elk Piedmont Warehouse, res Ste- 
/^ phen Neal 
XXX. Nelson Benton, wks Winston Mills, bds Mrs. F. J. 

Hardie 
TT^j Nelson I. H., bds Mrs. F. J, Hardie 
P" Nelson H. B., elk J. C. Nicholson & Co 
rR Nelson Miss Sudie, res R. R. Crawford 
Nelson T. A., bkkpr Brown & Brother 
v !£^ Nelson William T., carpenter, res es Liberty 2 h n 
M Fifth st 

q Newsom Frank, wks C. F. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
q town 
fy^ Newsom J. L., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
il&H town 

Newton T. D., shipping elk R. J. Reynolds 
q Nicholson Miss Alice, res Salisbury road, Salem 
q Nicholson Arthur, res John Nicholson 
, — • Nicholson James, res John Nicholson 
tTa Nicholson John, res Salisbury road, Salem 
y% NICHOLSON J. C, of J. C. Nicholson & Co, flour 
^-s and grist mill 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, ft*} 
JpgjP-Sacramental Wines a Specialty. \J-*L 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. ^ 

DIRECTORY. 115 § 

White Department. h^ 

NICHOLSON J. C. & CO., flour and grist mill [jj 

Nicholson Miss Mary, res John Nicholson _ 

Nifong J. H., wks D. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- ypfe 

town fH 

Nifong Miss Sallie, res W. H. Hall , , 

Nifong Wylie, wks W. E. Spach & Son res Waugh- \*1*J 

town hH 

Nissen Miss Cora, res J. P. Nissen P* 

NISSEN C. F. & CO., gen mdse and wagon mfrs, O 

Waughtown 
NISSEN C. F. & CO., wagon mfrs and gen mdse, 

Waughtown 
Nissen George E., of George E. Nissen & Co, wagon 

mfrs, res Waughtown 
Nissen G. E. & Co, wagon mfrs, Waughtown 
Nissen J. P., machinist Brown, Rogers & Co, res n p*| 

w cor Bellew Creek and Main sts, Salem 
Nissen S. J., of George E. Nissen & Co, wagon mfrs, 

res Waughtown H 

Nissen W. M., of George E. Nissen & Co, wagon mfrs, &* 

res Waughtown ^^ 

Norflett C. P., wks Salem Iron Works, res es Main r j 

2 h s Cemetery st, Salem Sfr 

Norfleet E. R., res M. W. Norfleet 
Norfieet Miss M. V., res M. W. Norfleet 
NORFLEET M. W. & CO., proprs Piedmont Ware- X 2 

house i 

NORFLEET M. W., of M. W. Norfleet & Co , res sw HH 

cor Spruce and Fourth sts ^- 

Norman B. F., carpenter, res nw cor Oak and Sev- ^ 

enth sts *p- 

Norman C. M.. elk Hodgin <fc Sullivan 
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE INS CO., of 

England, Eugene E. Gray, agt 
North Carolina Home Ins Co, Eugene E. Gray, agt 
November A., elk Joseph Jacob, res same T^> 

Null Miss Electra, res George Hege S 

DD FELLOWS. See appendix H 

o 



ta 

hH 

H 

M 

H 

4 





Oehman Miss Alice, res John Chadwick ^ 



Odd Fellows Hall, same as Masonic 



\ J 116 DIRECTORY, 



lif! CQMM1RCIAL COLLI 

H 'P A First -class Practical School. Circulars free. 

Hoc 8] '" w '-' ?<:Ay ' Principal, Macon, Ga. 

Hfi h White Department. 

E*m 2 Ogburn C. J., of Ogburn & Hill, tob mfrs, res se cor 
<** k Sixth and Spruce sts 
k* 5 Ogburn C. D. bkkpr Hodgin & Sullivan 
gS Ogburn & Hill, tob mfrs 
SjP Ogburn James E., res S. A. Ogburn 
SE^J Ogburn Miss Minnie, res S. A. Ogburn 
£22 Ogburn R. E., res S. A. Ogburn 
&\J Ogburn S. A., res ss Liberty 5 h w Chestnut st 
|.g Ogburn Rev. T. J., pastor Methodist Protestant 
^SS Church, res ns Liberty 2 h w Chestnut st 

^g OLDHAM EDWARD A*, editor and prop Western 
H« Sentinel, bes Central Hotel 

feH Olive Henry, elk So Ex Co, bds N. D. Dowdy 
pj] _ Oneal James, tailor, res sw cor Depot and Fifth st 
Ormsby W. P, Dep Int Rev Col, bds Mrs. Terry 



« 



Ik 

® a st; Salem 



jj Orms W. P., sewing machines and organs, res Church 





QC U Outlaw Sarah; servt P. H. Winston 

S & BAGE FRANKLIN, wks L. R. Hine, bds E. A. Wel- 

[H -L fare 

«^ *j Page H. 0., machinist Salem Iron Works 

I^J g Page Monroe, bus driver Salem Hotel 

t> jj Parish B. E., res es Depot 1 h s First st, Salem 

Q h Parker E. P., wks F. & H. Fries 

^r $ Parker Rev. E. P., Lutheran, res ne cor Bank and 

™ - Elm sts, Salem 

C l Parker Miss F. R„ res Rev E. P. Parker 

Parks James, res Greensboro road, Salem 

Parker J. Robert, of Cox, Parker & Co., bds Wade 

Bynum 
Parker Miss L. C , res Rev. E. P. Parker 
Parker L. D., res Elm, cor New Shallowford st, Salem 
Parker Miss Mollie, res ws Water 3hs Bellew Creek 

st, Salem 
Parker M. L., res Rev. E. P. Parker 
Parker Miss Rebecca, res Miss Mollie Parker 
Parker Miss S. A., res Rev. E. P. Parker 
Parker Theodore C, res Rev. E. P. Parker 
Patterson F. F., res Mrs. R. L. Patterson 



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fl For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 
0|^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo Bouse, Greensboro. N. ('. 

_ DIRECTORY. Ul . 

White Department. 

Patterson Miss Ida, domestic J. W. Masten ^- 

Patterson J. L., lawyer, res Mrs. R. L. Patterson Q 

Patterson R. M., teacher, res Mrs. R. L. Patterson ^ 

Patterson Mrs. R. L., wid, res ne cor Cherry and ^» 
New Shallowford sts, Salem &. K 

Patterson Miss State Ira, tob classer, bds James ^ ^ 
Gibson p ^ 

Patterson S F., in office Wachovia Mills, res Mrs. 

R. L. Patterson 
Patterson Thomas, wks Brown & Bro, res es Lib- 
erty, 2 h n Sixth st WH 
Palmer William, res nr Pump House 



r§ 



Paylor J. D., bkkpr, res ne cor Sixth and Liberty sts £" .- 

Payne Willie, elk, bds Mrs. N. J. Terry g jjl 

Peak Theodore, wks C. F. Nissen & Co. res Waugh- £J ^ 

Pearce James R., floor mgr Piedmont Warehouse o2 

Pearce Mrs. M., res Charles Taylor ~ H 

Pearce N. B., groceries, res ss Depot, 5 h s Tnird st :2. ^ 

Peebles Amanda, domestic C. J. Ogburn a' 

Peebles Miss Emma, domestic Miss Mary Zerely esq ™ 

Peebles Miss Martha, res Miss E. Petticord Ed H 

Peebles Tobias, trimmer J. A. White & Son, res © 2 

Kernersville S X 

Pegram C. M., wks F. & H. Fries P g 

Pegram Miss Flora, res James H. Pegram >— s H 

Pegram L. W., bkkpr First Nat Bank, res Rev. T. Qq 

H. Pegram p u 

Pegram Rev. T. H., pastor M. E. Church, res ns 2. 

Liberty, 4 h e Main S" A 

Pegram T. H., jr, merchandise broker, res Rev. T. hj hM 

H. Pegram £* l 

Pegram William, res ss Bellew Creek road, Salem p A 

Penn J. W., elk Belo House, res same £^ V 

Penick W. B., elk Gray & Martin, res Dr. R. F. . M 

Gray g yd 

Peoples Martin, Dep Int Rev Col, res Wood, nr Oak 5* pg| 

st, Salem g- ^ 

Pepper T. R , of Vaughn & Pepper, gen mdse, bds e hJ. 

T. S. Black ' A 
PERKINS R. B., groceries and baker, bds Mrs. N. 

J. Terry 
5W 



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Kg 

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118 



DIRECTORY. 



BUS1NESSWN IVERS1T Y 



White Department. 

Peterson Miss Catherine, res Sisters House 
Peterson Miss Christina, res Sisters House 
Peterson James E., of W. & E., Petersen, coffins 
and furniture, res ss Old Shallowford, cor Elm st, 
Salem 
Peterson N., wks Fogle Bros, res E. Peterson 
Peterson Stanley, wks Fogle Bros, res William Peter- 
son 
Peterson Miss Theresa, res William Peterson 
Peterson William, cabinetmkr, res nw cor Salt and 

Old Shallowford sts, Salem 
Peterson William, jr, wks F. & H. Fries, res William 

Peterson 
Peterson William, of W. & E. Petersen, coffins and 
furniture, res nw cor Old Shallowford and Salt sts, 
Salem 
Peterson W. & E., furniture and coffins, Salem 
Peterson W. J., wks Arista Mills 
Petticord Alex, teamster, res es Reservoir st, 7 h n 

Reservoir 
Petticord Andrew, teamster F. & H. Fries, res w lim- 
its, Salem 
Petticord Miss E., res ss Fourth st, op Graded School 
Petticord Miss Martha, res Sisters House 
Petticord Miss Sal lie, res Miss E. Petticord 
Petticord Wm , driver Crutchfield & McArthur 
Petree Bud, wks F. & H. Fries' woolen mill, 1 h n 

Bank st, Salem 
Petree Miss Alice, res Wesley Petree 
Petree Miss Amanda, sewing Robert D. Johnston 
Petree Mrs. Henrietta, res Fries Old Plank road 
Petree James, wks F. & H. Fries' woolen mill 
Petree John, painter, res ws Broad, 3 h s Fourth st 
Petree Julius, res w limits 
Petree Miss Rebecca, sewing Robert D. Johnson 
Petree W. E., boss card room F. & H. Fries' woolen 
mill 



DIRECTORY. 119 



Efl ITEWCOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State U™^ 
» |W Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. ' ' 

lUl&l McA.doo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. ^- 

Q 
►d 



White Department. 

Petree W. W., night watchman F. & H. Fries 

Pfaff A. T., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waughtown 

Pfaff John S., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown 

Pfohl Miss Annie, res Mrs. R. Spaugh 

Pfohl A. E., of Pfohl & Stockton, gen mdse and proprs 

Central and Merchants hotels, res latter 
Pfohl A. F., drummer, res ws Main, 1 h s New Shal- 

lowford st, Salem 
Pfohl Bernard J., wks F. & H. Fries, res C. T. Pfohl 
Pfohl Charles, manager J. W. Fries, res ws Poplar, 1 

h n West st, Salem 
Pfohl Miss Constance E., teacher English Salem 

Academy, res same 
Pfohl C. T., bkkpr F. & H. Fries, res sw cor Main and 

First sts, Salem 
Pfohl Miss Mary, res E. A. Meinung 
Pfohl Miss Sophia, res Widows Home 
Pfohl & Stockton, gen mdse and proprs Merchants ^ 

and Central hotels .^ 

Pfohl William S., student, res C. T. Pfohl ^3 

Pfohl W. T.,"groceries, res nw cor Sixth and Liberty 

sts QQ 

Phelps Milton, res Old Town road, n limits 
Phelps Nolan, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 



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Phelps S. H., of Phelps & Vogler, saloon, res Third, h 2 

nr Main st H ^3 

Phelps & Vagler, saloon H 

Phillips B W., painter, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Phillips C. T., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh 

town 

Phillips E. E., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- Q . 

town y v3 

Phillips John L., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- q h*j 

town ■ *^ 

Phillips Joseph, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- © 

town <m< 

Phillips W. W., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- ^ 

si 



town 
Pierce B. L., supt P. H. Hanes tob fac, res James 

R. Pierce 
Pierce E. A., elk T. F. Williamson & Co, res James 

R. Pierce 



j£ 120 DIRECTORY. 

Q) yj White Department. 

•S'3 Pierce Holloway, res Mrs. J. Masten 
Sh.P Pierce James R., of Pierce, Norfleet & Scales, Pied- 
pH ^ mont warehouse, res Fourth bet Liberty and Old 

5 . Town sts 
«-• £o Pierce John A., tob supt, res James R. Pierce 
jfj c^ Pierce Sydney F., wks P. H. Hanes, res ws Sycamore, 

oh 2 n Fourth st 
©■-^ PIEDMONT WAREHOUSE, N. W. Norfleet & Co. 
.3 2§ P ro P s 

jj5g pjk e Miss Cordelia, res W. J. McCandless 

jhj> Pipkins , grist mill, bds Mrs. N. J. Terry 

FjB^ Pitts Andrew, res Bahnsontown 
jg^g pitts Miss Bell, res Andrew Pitts 
ri (-2. Pitts Miss Julia, res Andrew Pitts 

•>»- Pitts Miss Minnie, res Alex. McGalliard 
^*j Pitts Rufus, brickmason, res ws Oak, 2 s Belo st 
ihJ Pitts William, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 

«* o town 

rtj ^ # Pittman Anna L., teacher English Salem Academy, 
q? h res same 

N Poe Mrs. A. wid, res ws Main st, op Belo House, Salem 
— h ^ oe ^ rs " Emma, res Mrs. A Poe 

H lfi P° e Miss Julia, res Mrs. A. Poe 

m Poindexter H.D., gen mdse, res ws Spruce 1 h s Fifth st 

2 S Poindexter Mrs. S-, wid, domestic C. J. Watkins 
^P j* Poindexter W. T., elk Hinshaw & Bynum, res ns 

£^ Fourth, 6 h w Poplar st 
_g d Pollard Willie, wks Smith & Willliamson, bds Mrs. 
^ g N. J. Terry 

brn Poole Miss Sadie, res E. A. Conn 
^ w Poor W. D., elk Clarke & Ford, res W. H. Clarke 
yf*\ Pape Miss P. C, res Joseph McCandless 
\^E 2 Porter Mrs. Caroline, res ws Salt st, 5 h s Bank, Salem 
rr_Tl Porter L. M., shoemaker, also leather findings, res 
^■of Salt st, Salem 

-* Porter Mrs Sarah, res Mrs. Mary Yates 
U^J Porter William, shoemkr, res Mrs. C. Porter 
[ *■ Postoffice, J. Blickenderfer postmaster,ws Main st, op 
^^J Public Square, Salem 
K" ' Powell Mintus, res n limits 

H Powers Daniel, res ss Old Shallowford, op Elm st 
Powers Edward, res es Poplar st, 2 h n West, Salem 
ff) Powers Rueben, res n w cor Old Shallowford and Elm 
\JJL st, Salem 



E.6.N 



EWCOMB'S Wines aud Liquors Lead the State fg* 



Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 121 



S 



White Department. 

Prather J. F., gen mdse, res C. F. Sussdorff MfflS 

Pratt W. H., res Thomas Harrison a 

Presbyterian Church. See appendix WUlM 

Presney J. M., blacksmith J. A. White & Son, bds J. ^-pJ! 

A. White T 

PRESS PEOPLES, The L. V. & E. T. Blum, props, ■■■ 

ws Main at, nr Public Square, Salem g* 

PRITCHETT S. M.; of Smoak & Pritchett, straw hats, C* 3 

etc, bds Mrs. Dwyer 

Pritty Mrs. Susan, wid, res Bahnsontown Q9 

Proctor William, wks Brown Bros, res ss New Shallow- HSfl 

ford, 1 h n Cherry, Salem P JS? 

Pruner I. F., res D. A. Bowles Crcj W 

T) AILRO AD DEPOT, e end First st CO^ 

-* 1 * Ramsey Lewis, cigarmkr, bds Mrs. H. V, Yar- o ™" 

brough o m 

Raney Edwin, res Old Town Road, n limits ^ „_ 

Rank Miss Alice, domestic S. E. Allen P d 

Rank G. P., res E Salem £JQ 

Ransom Miss Mildred, res Moore Woodburn g 

Rankin Rufus W, elk Brown & Carter HTT 

Rankin R. W,, warehouse, bds H. X. Dewire 2 »* 

Raper Miss S. L., res N. B. Pearce ^ $ 

Patcliff Hill, 1 mile Salisbury road, Salem l TJ 

Rayle B. Y., lawyer, res se cor Fourth and Spruce sts m-^ 

Rayle Edward, res B. Y. Rayle g ^ 

Read James, res ws Spruce 2 h w High st, Salem cc "■ 

Reed Anslom, res se cor Church and Second sts ^W 

Reed Bros & Brooks, gen mdse -<\ 

•Reed Christian, sr, farmer res ws Liberty, bet Second y'JP 

and Third sts w ■" 

Reed Christian, jr, carpenter, res ws Liberty 2 h n cTPl 

Second st PQ 

Reed D. S., of Reed Bros & Brooks, gen mdse, res cor " — ■ 

Chestnut and Second sts r^O 

Reed J. J., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waughtown " mm 

Reed J. W. of Reed Bros & Brooks, gen mdse, res Sec- • 2 

ond, nr Depot st 
Reed Miss Laura A., res Anslom Reed 



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JUCCU lTi.100 JJClUltli ■**•» ICO XiUOlUlli IBCOU 0&k 

Reed Mrs. Nancy, wid, res Christian Reed mm 



CD 122 DIRECTORY. 



4fc 

fl an. A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 

*1 rv W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 

Oft- — 

rt White Department. 

<j ^ Reed Mrs. Nancy, tailoress, res ss Third 2 h w Liberty 
0>- st 

H 0C Reed Willie P., elk Reed Bros & Brooks, res J. W. 
fjUJ Reed 

fiS Reich Mrs. C , wid, res F. E. Keehln 
0® Reich C. A., shoemkr, res es Main 4 h s Walnut st, 
% j— . Salem 

r< Reich Henry, res ws Poplar 1 h s Old Shallowford, 
flh— Salem 

^C^3 Reich Miss Isabella, res Mrs. Minerva Reich 
Reich James, tinner, res ss West 1 h w Marshall st, 
S3 c^jT Salem 

k Js£ Reich Miss Lula, res Mrs. Minerva Reich 
kO Reich Mrs. Minerva, wid, res ws Elm 2 h n Bank st, 
CO Salem 
CQ Reichel Annie, tob picker, bds James Gibson 

Reid Joseph E., auctioneer A. B. Gorrell, bds Mrs. 

Thornburg 
Rempson B. F., carpenter G. F. Miller, res ws Water 

4 h s Bellew Creek st, Salem 
Rempson Mrs. Mary, wid, res ws Main 2 h n Ceme- 
tery st, Salem 
REMPSON W. S , tinner etc, res Salem 
Remsen Miss Zetta, domestic W. A. Lemly 
RENARD JOSEPH, groceries and florist, res ws- 

Main 5 h s New Shallowford st, Salem 
Renn Mrs. Belle, wid, res rear Mrs. E. E. Snider 
Renn Thomas, wks Salem Iron Works 
Reservoir Salem water works, ss Bellew Creek, op 

Chestnut st, Salem 
Reservoir Winston Water Works Co, es Reservoir st, 

bet Seventh and Belo 
Revelle W. Y., elks Joseph Jacobs, res se cor Spruce 

and Fifth sts 
Revis J. W., res Cotton Row 
Reynolds Bros., tobacco mfrs 
Reynolds Charles, of Reynolds Bros., tobacco mfrs, res 

Waughtown road, 1 mile s Salem 
Reynolds Grove, es Depot st, op R. & D. depot 



HPA ^RTTABTfBr* For wines > Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. ^J 
lHjaJJUUilulJjllU gSfifSacramental Wines a Specialty. ^, 
> i nsp. Greensboro, X. C. ^iW 



DIRECTORY. 



White Department. h* 

Reynolds John, res Brendletow a ^H 

Reynolds H. H., tobacco mfr, bds Central Hotel. HH 

Reynolds Robert, res Waughtown road, 1 mile s ^ 

Salem g 

Reynolds R. J., tobacco mfr, bds Central Hotel ^ 

Reynolds Thomas, res Brendletown Q 

Reynolds William, tobacco mfr, res Waughtown road, g 

1 mile s Salem 

Rich E. D., bkkpr and receiver Bynum & Cotten Oe 
RICHARDS ED. A., with Interstate Directory Co 

Richardson John, leaf tobacco, res ws Main 2 h s O 

Seventh st Q 

Riden Miss Dora, domestic J. W. Alspaugh £|j 

Rigers Cicero, wks T. F. Williamson & Son m M 

Riggs Miss Carrie I., res Jesse Riggs ^sM 

Riggs Miss Fannie V., res Jesse Riggs X ^ 



Riggs Jesse, shoemkr, res ws Liberty, 3 h n First 



O^ 



Rights C. L., farmer, res ss Old Sballowford st, 1 h e r^^j 

Salt, Salem &$ 

Rights G. H., foreman Western Sentinel, res Shallow- J3 

ferd, N. Salem 3Co> 

Rights Miss Maude M„ res C. L. Rights ^© 

Rives E. A., wks Salem Iron Works, res nw cor First ^£» 

and Chestnut sts h-j* 

Roan Miss Ada, res Mrs. E. E. Roan M ^ 

Roan Mrs. E. E., wid, res ne cor Fourth and Spruce ©• 

sts ^ Q 

Roan Henry, bkkpr R. J. Reynolds, bds Mrs. M. M. H* 

Stockton pj 

Roan Miss N. L , res M. W. Norfieet 
Roberts Mrs. Mary, wid, res C H. Tise 
Roberts William, brickmason, res ns Liberty, 2 h w 

Cemetery st 
Robertson J. B , apprentice Salem Iron Works 
Robertson J. J , wks Salem Iron Works, res Wood, nr 

Oak st, Salem 
Robertson Miss Laura, domestic John Schott 
Robertson Miss P., res basement John M. Wimure ggj 
Robinson Charles A , wks R. J. Reynolds, res Joseph 

C. Robinson 
Robinson Miss Ida Lee, res Joseph C. Robinson 






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j£ 124 DIRECTORY. 



i—i White Department. 

P^- Robinson John, elk J. M. Robinson, res same 

P^E Robinson Joseph C, mgr twist depfc R. J. Reynolds, 

So res es Chestnut, 2 h s op Second st 
[C~£ ROBINSON J. A., editor and prop Winston Leader, 
J««o bds Mrs. N. J. Terry 

Hs^* Robinson J. M, livery, res Chestnut, bet First and 
n( — tec Second sts 

b€o* ROCHESTER GERMAN INS. CO., of Rochester, Eu- 
(pS^z gene E. Gray, agt 
'^«<j£ Ko £ ers J auQ es M., of Brown, Rogers & Co, hardware, 

}—i^ res sw cor Cherry and 1 h First st, Salem 

4-3 ! Rogers M. F., patternmkr Salem Iron Works, res ws 

y ? Chestnut, 2 h n Second st 

£-» Roles Marshall, groceries, res ns Fifth st, 2 h w lim- 

*>" its 

Ollominger Joseph, res Leander Rominger 
Rominger Leander, res Salisbury road, Salem 
Rominger Rufus, res Leander Rominger 
Z Rominger W. J., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 
^^ Rondthaler Miss Alice, res Rev. Edward Rondthaler 
RONDTHALER REV. EDWARD, pastor Salem 
EflHSa Congregation and prin Salem Academy, res es 
■mhsesis! Church st, 3 h n Salem Academy 
, ^ Rose Benj, bartender M. W. Rose, res same 
Wmm Rose Boone M., elk Hinshaw & Bynum, res P. A. 
Wilson 
Rose Miss Carrie, res M. W. Rose 
Rose Miss Dora, res M. W. Rose 
Rose Henry, elk Rosenbacher & Co, res M. W. Rose 
Rose M., bartender, res H. Rose 
Rose M.. of M. Rose & Co, groceries, res Fifth, nr 

Liberty st 
Rose M. & Co, groceries 

Rose M. W., saloon, res ss Second, 2 h e Church st 
Rosenbacher H., elk S. Rosenbacher, bds Central Ho- 
tel „ 
Rosenbacher J., elk S. Rosenbacher, bds Central Ho- 
tel 



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£|£UJ Rosenbacher S-, gen mdse, bds Central Hotel 
™hh Waughtown 



OS Rothrock Daniel, wagomkr, res sw cor Belo and Oak 
s- sts 

Rothrock Augustus, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res 



EPI lffHlfflAlflUfl Wines and Liquors Lead the State! |— I 
T N'Kwll MK \ PURE TENT WINESfor SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES ,-k 
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DIRECTORY. 125 



White Department. 

Rothrock Edward, painter, res Wood, nr Oak st, Se 

lem ' vrx 

Roueche J. X., compositor Union Republican, res J. J ~^J 

W. Goelen ^£) 

Rucker T. S., elk Ledbetter & Co, bds T. F. William- 'TTV 

son ^ 

Ruggs Augustus, res Fries Old Plank road v JL. 

Ryan Miss Martha, res A. W. Bevel hfH 

Rynes Emilv, cook J. S. Miller <^T 

BYTTENGERG A., of Ryttenberg Bros, dry goods, C/-L 

bds Belo House 

RYTTENBERG BROS., dry goods p- 7 

RYTTENBERG J. E., of Ryttenberg Bros, dry goods, crr- 

res Sumter, S. C 

RYTTENBUBG M. G., of Ryttenberg Bros, dry goods, V/3 

res Sumter, S. C « iff* 

SACKERMAN L , of Long & Sackerman, clothing, ►-* - 

etc, res Baltimore, Md ^\ 

Sailor Miss Lvdia. domestic W. C Grunert ^ 
SALEM ACADEMY, Rev. Edward Rondthaler, prin, 

Rev. John H. Clewell, asst, es Church, bet Bank ^j^ 

and Old Shallowford sts, Salem 

Salem Academy for boys, ne cor Main and West sts, , ^^ 

Salem \XJ 

Salem Chapel, E. Salem H-^ 

Salem Congregation, Dr. Edward Rondthaler, pastor, O 

C. T. Pfohl, H. W. Shore, elders 
'SALEM FLOUR AND GRIST MILL, W. J. Cooper, 



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Salem Gas Works, F. & S. Fries, proprs, cor Elm and -^* 

New Shallowford sts, Salem -T 

Salem Hosiery Mill, Hough & Co, proprs, over Salem 

Iron Works, Salem 
Salem Hotel, Adam Butner, propr, ws Main st, nr 

Public Square, Salem I— 1 - 

Salem Iron Works, C. A. Hege, propr, ws Salt, end ^ 

Bellew Creek st, Salem ^ZK 

Salem Postoffice, J. Blickenderfer. postmaster £+" 

Salem Water Works Co, F. H. Fries, prest, office F. g 

& H. Fries ^ 



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White Department. 

pv> Sapp C. C, student C. J. Watkins, res same 

^ Schaffner Miss Louisa C, teacher mathematics Salem 

*~* Academy, res same 

O _ SCALES H. C. & CO., tob mfrs 

Q^ 6 Schoaf Mrs. M., res Julius Lineback 

l* Schoaf Mrs. M. J., wid, wks Salem Academy 

oO * Schell James S., bds Central Hotel 

fc Scholt John, wks F. & H. Fries, res ws Marshall, 

Z 2 h s Old Shallowford st, Salem 

Q g Scholt Lee, wks J. W. Fries 

Co k Schultz William, res es Main 2 h s Belew Creek st, 

•*3 h Salem 

5 £ SCHOULER D. D., of D. D. & E. Schouler, dry goods, 
<£ res New York 



SCHOULER D. D. & E., dry goods 
Schoub J. F„ tailor, res Yarbrough House 



£ 



»— I Schultz Miss Celeste, res John H. Tise 
Schultz Miss S. F., res William Schultz 
Seaber John A., asst postmaster, bds C. L. Rights 
Seabalt L. W., tinner W. S. Rempson 
Sedden J. M., plasterer, res ss Bellew Creek st, 2 h s 

Depot st, Salem 
SENSEMAN W. 0., of Giersh & Senseman, bds H. A. 
Giersh 

,p ^ Shaffner Mrs. Amelia, wid, res ws Salt, 1 h s New 
| § Shallowford st, Salem 
rn m Shaffner & Hannah, tob mfrs, Salem 
SC Shaffner Henry F., res Dr. J. F. Shaffner 
T~[^\ Shaffner Dr. J. F., physician, drugs, and of Shaffner 
^-^ & Hannah, tob mfrs, res ws Main st, nr Fish alley, 
£h Salem 

^ Shaffner Miss Sarah E., teacher mathematics Salem 
Cb Academy, res same 

Shaffner William F., res Dr. J. F. Shaffner 
Sharp Miss Lucy, sewing Robert D. Johnson 
Shelly A. J., mgr W. U. Tel Co, bds Central Hotel 
Shemwell Thomas, elk A. B. Gorrell, bds Mrs. T. J. 

Hardie 
Shelton D. D , bkkpr Bitting & Whitaker 
Shelton Mrs. E. E., wid, res nw cor Cherry and First. 
Shelton J. S., leaf tobacco, res ws Main 2 h n First st 
Shepherd B. J., of B. J. Sheppard & Co., leaf tobacco 
Q j commission, res nw cor Sixth and Main sts 
r™^ Sheppard B. J. & Co., leaf tobacco commission 



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NEWCOMB'S PURE WINES, LIQUORS, 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 



DIRECTORY. 



127 



White Department. 

Shepherd Aaron, policeman, res nw cor Old Shallow- | |lljj^ 

ford and Elm sts, Salem 
Shepherd Miss E. B., res J, W. Shepherd 
Shepherd E. H., elk Brown, Rogers & Co sp 

Shepherd James R., res James W. Shepherd IS 

Shepherd J. W., elk J. E. Gilmer, res nw cor Cherry 4^ 

and High sts, Salem ^ 

Sheppard W. H., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- K 

Sherrill J. B., compositor Western Sentinel, bds Mr3. W| 
H. V. Yarborough igj 

Shields Miss Carrie, res Edwin Raney 
Shields Miss Emma, domestic D. R. Burton ^ 

Shoal" Miss Mary, domestic Rev. C. H. Wiley ^ 

Shore Miss Annie, domestic D T. Marable ^ 

Shore Augustus, wks F. & H. Fries *^ 

Shore B. P., elk H. W. Shore, res same 
Shore Miss Ellen, domestic Mrs. C. Welfare |* 

Shore Miss Ella M., res Lee Hendricks ^ 

Shore Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, housekeeper F. H. Fries a> 
Shore Fannie, domestic Samuel Taylor g° i 

Shore George D., elk Ryttenburg Bros, res HI W. Shore § 
Shore Henry A., res H. W. Shore *? 

Shore H. L., dep U. S , int rev col, res ns Bel-lew Creek § 
st 1 h e Chestnut st, Salem ^ 

Shore H. W., groceries, res ws Salt 3 h s Bank, Salem £• 
Shore Jonas, night watchman Salem Iron Works, res 3 
ws-Marshall lhn Mill st, Salem ^ 

Shore Lewis, wks F. & H. Fries 2. 

Shore Miss Maria res Widows Home g> 

Shore N. T., of N. T. Shore & Co., groceries, res ws ; 

Marshall 1 h s West st, Salem <j 

Shore N. T. & Co, groceries and crockery, ws Main J5J 
st, Salem ^ 

Shore Samuel, miller Wachovia Mills, res ns New ^ 
Shallowford lhn Cherry st O 

Shore Mrs. W. F., wid, res Mrs. E. P. Webb j3 

Shouse Edward, res Jesse Holder ^ 

Shouse James, elk H. D. Poindexter, res Mrs. Matilda Q 

Shouse 
Shouse Mrs. Matilda, wid, res ws Chestnut Jhn Sec- 
ond st 



128 DIRECTORY. 



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2J O White Department. 

fflfi"] Shultz J. H., cabinet maker and undertaker, res Wil- 
liam Shultz 
Shultz Peter, res Salisbury road, Salem 
Siceloff Miss Minnie, res A. G. Hough 
siS p! Siddal H. A., wks Salem Iron Works, res sw cor 
^Sr^ Church st and Public Square, Salem 
^zL Siddal Thomas, wks Heses, res H. A Siddal 
Mtf Siddal T. H., machinist Salem Iron Works 
flg qq Sides Alfred, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown 
-* £ Sides Ambrose, res Fries Old Plank road 
"m Sides E., wks Fogle Bros 
'SQ^ Sides J. G., res es Main st, nr Mill, Salem 

£0 Sides Puffin, res F. & H Fries 

,Jj Sides Samuel, res Brendletown 

-in Siewers Miss Gertrude, drawing, painting etc, Salem 

o Academy, res same 

Siewers John D., res es Church st, cor Bank, Salem 
Siewers Mrs. M. A., wid, res C. T. Pfohl 
§■■ P Siewers Dr. N. S., physician, res es Main st, 3 h s 
jgP o Public Square, Salem 
|ij Fj Singer Mfg Co., C. L. Cline mgr 
■m",p Sink Samuel, res Fries Old Plank Road 
aH^ Sisters House, under the auspices of the Moravian 
|||pq Church, es Church st, op Public Square, Salem 
#5 Slader William, wks Fred Gerner 
Sj § Smith A. A., leaf tob, res Mrs. J. T. Thornburg 
«»43 Smith Mrs. A. L., res Wm Tate 
D+> SMITH & BROWN, drugs 

3P<j Smith Charles J., dep int rev col, bds Mrs. Stockton 
» Smith H. H., bds Central Hotel 

O Smith Miss Julia, res T. L. Vaughn 
Smith J. C.j res ss Walnut, 1 h e Marshall st, Salem 
m Smith Kate, res J. A. Brown 

Smith Miss Lula D., res J. C. Smith 
Smith M. D., wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
town 



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PURE WINES, LIQUORS, TO- £&*S 
BACCO and CIGARS, 

McAdoo House, Creensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY, 129 



White Department. 

Smith 0. C., leaf tob, res ss Fifth et, 4 h w Poplar 
Smith Mrs. P. M., dressmkr Ryttenberg Bros 
SMITH S. H., of Smith & Brown, drugs, res ws 

Liberty st, s Public Square 
Smith Thomas, elk J. F. Prather, bds same 
Smith W. F„ salesman, bds Central Hotel 
Smith — dep. int. rev. col, bds Mrs. M. M. Stockton 
Smithey J. A., cigarmkr, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough ^^gf 
Smitherman H. R., wks F. & H. Fries ^^f 

SMGAK D. E.. of Smoak & Pritchett, shoes and hats, *SS& 

res se cor Fourth and Broad sts '*"" ' 

SMOAK & PRITCHETT, shoes, hats, etc »{ 

Snider Mrs. E. E., wid, res se cor Main and Cemetery J* 

sts, Salem 8 2 

Snider Miss E. E., domestic F. C. Meinung w g» 

Snider J. W., wks S. Byerly & Son w L- 

Snider Miss Laura, res Mrs. E E. Snider «ffi*| 

Snider N., wks Salem Iron Works, bds Mrs. S. J. W 8 "!. 

Hyre g 

Snipes Andrew C, deputy sheriff and jailor, res |> 

County Jail tj «g 

Snipes Miss Ella, res Nathaniel Snipes W ■■ 

Snipes Franklin, res Nathaniel Snipes o ^f 

Snipes Nathaniel, dep sheriff, groceries, res es Reser- W 

voir st, 4 h n Reservoir ho ■ffj 

Spach Miss Mollie E., saleslady Mrs. T. B. Douthit, g ^ 

res G. A. Wright o ^ 

Spach W. E., of W. E. Spach & Son, wagon mfrs, res ^SS 

Waughtown ^ 

Spach W. E. & Son, wagon mfrs, Salem ^ ■<! 

Spainhower James, wks J. W. Fries S 

Spainhower John, wks J. W. Fries, res es Marshall st, oq ^ 

lhsW. Salem g g* 

Spainhower W. W., spinner F. & H. Fries, woolen §fw) 

mills, res 3 h w Main st "" -Jf 

Sparks Elias, wks Salem Academy tej«< 

Spaugh Allen, res es Church 2 h n Walnut st q O 

Spaugh D. A., groceries, res ws Main 4 h n Ceme- • g«* 

tery st, Salem 



Spaugh D. O. & Co, harness and saddle makers, 



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9-t White Department. 

. Spaugh Edward E., blacksmith and wheelwright, 
O o re8 es Depot op Sixth st 

a^ ^ Spaugh Lizzie, res Major Green 

fl ~ Spaugh Mrs. Julia, wid, res es Elm lhs Second st 
g o Spaugh & Miller, brick mfrs, ne limits 
co § Spaugh Miss Mollie, res L. A. Core 
Sr Spaugh Obadiah, elk J. F. Harris, res w limits 
-Sh ^ Spaugh Miss Rosa, res W. J. Spaugh 
?3 Spaugh Rufus A., asst bkkpr Salem Iron Works, 
gfc|^ res Thomas Spaugh 

^ Spaugh Mrs. R., wid, res es Main, nr Mill st, Sa- 
"z£^ lem 

(L) Spaugh Miss Susan, domestic, A. F. Pfohl 
~ ^j Spaugh Thomas, res es Elm 1 h n Bank st, Salem 
o . Spaugh William, of Spaugh & Miller, brick mfra 
p. Spaugh W. J., contractor, res ws Cherry 2 h n Sec- 
J3" 1 ond st 
■>S Spaugh W. T., asst foreman machine shops Salem 
uC< Iron Works 

Spears Miss Jane, res ws Salt 1 h n Bank st, Salem 
**~H Spencer Arthur, elk So Ex Co, bds Mrs. N. J. Terry 
^ Spencer F. C, elk Central and Merchants hotels 
2^ Spencer Robert, wks Hanes tob factory, bds Mrs. N. 
-rH J. Terry 

.*^* Springs L. B., of J. A. Butner & Co., tob mfrs res 
uCX country 

Springs L. W., drummer, res Salem Hotel 
^ Sprinkle Miss E„ domestic A. E. B. Ebert 
CT Sprinkle J. H., elk Pfohl & Stockton 
^ Sprinkle W. C, elk H. W. Fries bds C. W. Yogle 

Sprinkle Miss Sarah, domestic J. E. Mickey 
V T£^ Stafford Harry, wks F. & H., Fries, res ss Mill 1 h'w 

1 M Marshall st, Salem 

q Stanton & Bynum, millinery 

q Stanton Mrs. L. K., of Stanton & Bynum millinery, 

~ res J. P. Stanton 

Stare Miss Eliza, res Miss Mary Stare 
^__^ Stare Miss Mary, res sw cor Liberty and Second sts 
' q Starbuck J. S. wks office Wachovia Mills 

q Starr Daniel, brickmason, res nw cor Fifth and 

c-^ Spring sts 
*tj Starr S., of Starr & Son, groceries, res cor Fourth and 
Y^f Main sts 
'££< Starr S. & Son, groceries 



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For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 7^ff\ 
^^"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. \J^*. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, "N. C. ^ 

DIRECTORY. ~13 1 m 

White Department. ^5 

Stauber Miss Johanna, res Sisters House jZj 

Stauber Miss Rebecca, res Sisters House ^k_ 

Stedman R. F., drummer, res sw cor Fifth and Pop- C>^ 

lar st CH 

Steeper Thomas, tob dealer i i 

STEIN Mi M., clothing, bds Belo House HH 

Steiner Miss Amelia, res Sisters House ^?" 

Steiner Charles E., elk sheriff, res ws Cherry, 1 h _ 

Fifth st O 

Stephenson Joseph, wks P. H. Hanes & Co, res n lim- ^3 

its, nr Libei ty st 
Stephens J. W., wool assorter F. & H. Fries 
Stewart Alfred, res W. T. Nelson ; 

Stewart James, res Liberty st, nr Cemetery *Tj 

STEWART GEO., tinner, stoves, etc, bds J. W. V 

Bradford > 

Stewart John C, res Mrs. N. E. Stewart 
Stewart Jonathan, res Old Town road, n limits 
Stewart J. H., wks T. H. Hanes & Co, res Cotton H 

Row & 

Stewart Miss Lillie, res Cotton Row ^^ 

Stewart Moses L, res Mrs. N. E. Stewart C ' 

Stewart Miss Mary, res Mrs. Susan Stewart ^^ 

Stewart Mrs. N. E., wid, res ws Reservoir, cor Belo st 
Stewart Solomon, wagoner, res E. Salem ^ 

Stewart Mrs. Susan, wid, res Cotton Row *T 

Stiller R. V., marble cutter I. W. Durham ^■J 

Stipe A. L., dept int rev col, res E. Salem P^J 

Stipes W. B., distillery, res ws Depot, 2 h n Fifth st "^ 
Stockton Charles, res Mrs. M. M. Stockton ^ 

Stockton J. G., bartender T. A. Livengood & Co, res y^ 

Pine st, Salem 
Stockton J. H., of Pfohl & Stockton, gen mdse, proprs 

Central and Merchants hotels, res former 
Stockton Mary, servt Mrs. Ida Miller 
Stockton Mrs. M. M., wid, boarding, res nw cor Second 

and Pine sts rr 

Stockton M. D., bkkpr T. L. Vaughn, res Mrs. M. M. Jg 

Stockton ^ 

Stockton N. G., leaf tob, res ne cor Second and Spruce 



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A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 

W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga. 

White Department. 

Stolsz William, res Mrs. Mary Butner 

Stone Mrs. H. A., res W. E. Martin 

Stone Richard A., elk Allen & Allen, res nw cor Lib- 
erty and Second sts 

Stout James, wks Brown & Bro, res ne limits, Lib- 
erty st 

Strayhon C. G., res ws Old Town, 4 n Fifth st 

Strahon E . res C. G. Strayhon 

Strupe Miss Eliza, res Sisters House 

Strupe E. A., tinner, res ws Marshall, 2 h s West st 

Strupe & Co, tinners 

Stultz William, wks L. R. Hine, bds Mrs. But- 
ner 

Styers Jasper, carpenter G. L. Miller, res Liberty st, 
nf limits 

STYBON BENJAMIN, of Styron & Styron, groceries, 
res T. P. Styron 

STYBON & STYBON, groceries 

STYBON T. P., of Styron & Styron, groceries, res es 
Depot, 2 h n Fifth st 

STYBON Y. G., of Styron & Styron, groceries, res 
T. P. Styron 

Suits William, res Liberty st, junc Main 

Sullivan N. D., of Hodgin & Sullivan, gen mdse, res 
Walkertown 

SUN FIBE OFFICE, of London, Eugene E. Gray,, 
agt 

Sussdorff C. F., res ws Liberty, 2 h s Fifth st 

Sutton W. L., apprentice Salem Iron Works 

Swaim B. F., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 

Swaim J. A., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 

Swaim J. D., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 

TALBOT SAMUEL, groceries, res es Church, 1 h s 
Fifth st 
Tate Fred, carpenter, res Wm. Tate 
Tate F. N., wks G. F. Miller, bds G. C. Joyce 



DIRECTORY. 133 



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White Department. 

Tatum John, tob buyer, res es Elm, bet Second and 

Third sts [^ j 

Tatum MissN. J., trimmer Mr?. N. S. Davis \4r 

Tate William, carpenter, res ns Fourth, 3 h w Pop- ^- \ 

lar st W*-t*~" \ 

Tavis Christopher, carpenter, res ws Depot st, cor Q^J 

Sixth st 7^ff^\ 

Tavis John D., of D. R. Spaugh & Co, saddles and \JA 

harness, res Lee Hendricks i ^] 

Tavis William, res se cor Main and Bellew Creek r"™^ 

sts, Salem m 

Taylor Miss Belle, bds Alfred Merideth ^ 

Taylor Charles, res ws Oak 1 n Belo st ^<Q 

Taylor G. W., res Mrs. M. Pearce M p> 

Taylor, John G., bds Alfred Merideth §£ 

Taylor Jno. M., elk Vaughn & Pepper o3 

Taylor J. P., bkkpr Ledbetter & Co, bds T. F. Wil- «•- 

liamson SoQ 

Taylor J. R., asst. Piedmont warehouse %&& 

Taylor Miss Katurah, bds Alfred Merideth ^o^ 

Taylor Miss Luzette, bds Alfred Merideth ^o^ 

Taylor Samuel, shipping elk R. & D. R. R., res es q^gg 

Elm, bet Second and Third sts wS^ 

Taylor W. B., of Ledbetter & Co., bds T. F. Wil- >*% 

liamson Ht>^ 

Teague E., wks Fogle Bros hh>- 

Teague George, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown ^ H S 
TEAGUE M. E., of C. F. Nissen & Co, wagon mfrs, ggg 

res Waughtown ^m** 

Teague Samuel, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- ^^~ 

town ^P^ 1 

Temple Charles, wagoner, res William Temple H^H 

Temple William, wagoner, res sw cor Fifth and rcg^j 

Broad sts o© H 

Terry Mrs. N. J., wid, boarding, res cor Fifth and „^5fl£j 

Liberty sts ^ H ot 

Tesh Mrs. Charity, wid, res sw cor Marshall and ■ ftHj 

Walnut sts, Salem Pgp 

Tesh Miss Eliza, res Mrs C. Tesh §W 

Tesh Miss Emma, res Mrs. C. Tesh Jj" 

Tesh George W., carpenter, res Liberty st, nr Main Hq 
Tesh Louis, wks J. W. Frieti jp^ 

Tesh Miss Laura, domestic C. A. Hege kj 

Tesh Lewis, res ws Salt, 2 h n Bank st, Salem h 

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White Department. 

Tesh Manuel, wks J. W Fries, res Mrs C. Tesh 
Tesh Miss Mary, domestic H. D Lott 
*g'S Tesh Romulus, wks J. W. Fries, res Mrs C Tesh 
■gj Tesh Rufus, wks J. W. Fries, res Mrs. C. Tesh 
v'M Tesh Miss Sarah, res Mrs. C. Tesh 
©pq Thomas Miss C, res John Thomas 
^o Thomas Miss Ella, res Jacob M. Thomas 
S^ Thomas Miss Emma, res Jacob M. Thomas 
oil Thomas Harrison, carpenter, res ns Liberty, 2 h e 

- Cemetery st 
jjcz2 Thomas H. J., shoemkr, res ws Cemetery 1 h n Lib- 
q§o erty st 

Kj ^ Thomas Jacob M., res ss New Shallowford, 3 h n 
' ^ „~ Cherry st, Salem 

r_.<l £ Thomas John, res e end Bellew Creek st, Salem 
L^p 3 Thomas Miss Kate, res J. W. Goslen 
Pg^ Thomas Louis, teamster, res es Reservoir, 2 h s Belo 
(£p- ^ Thomas Miss Lucinda, res ne limits 
'"i^ a Thomas Samuel, teamster, res wa Cemetery 5 h n 
H»2 Liberty st 

r^ ^ Thomas William, res John Thomas 
Q~-~ Thompson E. B., painter, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 

■| § Thompson & Franklin, clothing and furnishing 
hjl'5 Thompson J. J., hostler Crutchfield & McArthur 
Mw ^ Thompson John J., feeder Crutchfield & McArthur, 
.£© S res ws Chestnut 4 h n Second st 
pig Thompson Miss Martha, res John J. Thompson 

• _'. Thompson Miss M., res V. 0. Thompson 
g^Si Thompson P. A., elk V. 0. Tnompson, res same 

" THOMPSON T. 0., drugs physician, of Franklin & 
Thompson, clothing and V. 0. Thompson & Co., 
cigar mfrs. res w cor Seventh and Liberty sts 
Thompson V. O. & Co, cigar mfrs 
Thore J. H., contractor and builder, bds Rev. F. M. 

Keith 
Thornburg Miss Ada res Mrs. J. T. Thornburg 
Thornburg Mrs. J. T., wid, res ws Cherrv st 3 h n 

Third st 
Thurley Mrs. Lena, wid, res Widows Home 
Tiddy Mrs. Annie, res es Cherry 2 h n First st 
Tise Miss Amanda, res Charles Tise 
Tise A. Leroy, sign writer, res ns Liberty 2 w Depot 

st 
Tise Cicero, of Cicero Tise & Co, furniture, buggies, 
house furnishing, ice, res ws Main 2 h n Fifth st 



DIRECTORY. 



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White Department. 

Tise Cicero & Co, furniture, buggies, house furnihing, 

and ice 
Tise Charles, carpenter, res ns Liberty 2 h e Main at i . 
TISE C. H., propr Tise well fixtures, res cor Fifth HH 

and Main sts 
Tise Miss Ella, res Mrs. Nannie Tise 
Tise Miss Emma, res Mrs. J. A. Tise 
Tise Francis, res Mrs. T. Tise 
TISE JACOB, of Jacob Tise & Co, res ne cor Church 

and Fourth st 
TISE JACOB & CO, gen mdse 
Tise John res es Cemetery 1 h n Liberty st 
Tise John wks A. W. Bevel, res Liberty st 
Tise John H , elk Jacob Tise & Co, res es Main 4 

h s Bellew Creek st, Salem 
Tise Jonah, res Charles Tise 
Tise Miss Josephine, rss J. A. Tise 

Tise J. A., wagoner, res ns Liberty, cor Cemetery st -7*-^. 
Tise Miss Laura, res J. A. Tise C^-2 

Tise Miss Lizzie, wks Salem Academy 
Tise Miss Mattie, res Mrs. Nannie Tise 
Tise Mollie, res Mrs. Nannie Tise 
Tise Mrs. Nannie, wid, res sw cor Main and Bank 

sts, Salem "* 

Tise Nathan, carpenter, res ns Liberty, op Depot st ^ J™ 
Tise Mrs.iT. wid, res es Reservoir 2 h n Reservoir b( ^p 
Tise William, blacksmith Salem Iron Works |m 

Tomlinson Prof. J. L, prin, Graded Schools, bds T. ~ -•*. 

F. Williamson | lU 

Transon Miss Maria, res Sisters House w F* 

Travis James *H., res ss New Shallowford, 10 h w % m 

Cherry st, Salem & ^ 

Tucker C. M, wks F. & H. Fries " J> 

Tucker J. A., elk C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 9 

town 3-fH 

Tucker Miss M. A., res Mrs. M. J. Tucker ^J ™ 

Tucker Mrs. M. J., wid, res William Proctor " ff 

Tucker Mrs. S. V., res Mrs. M. J. Tucker < Q 

Tucker Miss Sarah, res Calvin Tucker 5* «■» 

Turner G., wks Fogle Bros |- £* 

Tussy Miss Mary, domestic A. C Vogler p »-» 

Turner Miss Phoebe, res Rev. William Turner "^ j 

Turner Thomas, res Rev. William Turner • T\ 

Turner Rev. William, Baptist, res ws Main st, nr P ■% 

Public Square, Salem 



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W llT White Department. 

pa Twin City Rifle Club, George Corrie, prest 

►jg Tyler J. L., supt Arista Mills, res ws Elm, 3 h n 

W Bank st, Salem 

§1 TJNION REPUBLICAN, J. W. Goslen, editor and 
^oj ^ propr 

cluH "YfALENTINE GE0RGE H > m 8 r J - H - Valentine, 
pqocui Y res Richmond, Va 

»2u Valentine J. H., auction, res Lynchburg, Va 
ffiPj> VANCE J. A., plumbing and machine shop and 
^^•^ saw mill ml'r, res ss Bellew Creek, 1 h e Depot st, 
oca Salem 

^uj Vance M. W., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
tejE town 

g-g VanVleck Miss A. A., res Miss L. C. VanVleck 
^ = VanVleck Miss L. C, res es Main, 5 h s New Shal- 
rt(2 lowford, Salem 

j£j Vaughn Asa, carpenter, res Libert} r st, ne limits 
Vaughn Mis Ida, res Aea Vaughn 

O Vaughn J. B., of Vaughn & Pepper, gen mdse, res 
sw cor Spruce and Sixth sts 
Z Vaughn Joseph H., floor mgr A. B. Gorrell, bds 
same 
Vaughn Leonard, of Lockett & Vaughn, tob mfrs, 
bds Mrs. M. M. Stockton 

X Vaughn Miss Maggie, res W. B. Vaughn 
Vaughn Miss N., res W. B. Vaughn 
H Vaughn T. L., tob mfr, res ws Poplar, lhs Fourth st 
Vaughn & Pepper, gen mdse 

O Vaughn W. B., elk Hodgin & Sullivan, res ws 
Spruce, 2 h n Fourth st 
« Veach J. G., mail carrrier Mt Airy route, bds Mrs. 
j- J Bennett 

O Vernon Mary, servt Walter I. Leary 
Vernon*Robert, res ss Four-and-a-half, 4 h w Pop- 
lar st 
KVest Miss A. J., res John P. Vest 
Vest Miss Carrie, res John P. Vest 
OVest C, wks Fogle Bros 
Vest John P., res ws Main, 4 h s New Shallowford st, 
Salem ^ 

g 1 Vest Miss Lucy, res John P. Vest 
■■■ Vest Miss Mary Ann, res John P. Vest 



DIRECTORY. 137 



White Department. 

Vest Miss Sarah L , asst in music Salem Academy, 

res same 
VIRGINIA HOME INS. CO., of Richmond, Eugene 

E. Gray, agt mm 

Voerge Miss Julia, domestic T. J. Brown I ■ I 

Vogle Miss L., res Sisters House 

Vogle Miss Pirlina, res Sisters House Q 

Vogler A. C, furniture and undertaking, res ws Main, q g»« 

1 h s First st, Salem ^i f^ 

Vogler Charles W., bkkpr H. W. Fries, res es Main st, *" W 

1 h s Public Square, Salem ^ "Tp 

Vogler E. E., of Phelps & Vogler, saloon, res Third nr ^ JJjg 

Main st j*j M 

Vogler E. L., elk G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown (y gj> 
Vogler Frank H., wks A. C. Vogler, res same h»f% 

Vogler George E., job printer Williamson & Corrie h^*^ 
Vogler Henry, elk Wm. T. Vogler, res same ^m**, 

Vogler Julius, res Mrs. M. Vogler §hi^ 

Vogler J. M., wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown tsiKJ^. 
Vogler Miss Maria, res Mrs. Mary Vogler t^O 

Vogler Mrs. Mary, wid, res es Church, 1 h n Bank st, ojj^ 

Salem - ^ ^ 

Vogler Miss Mary A., res A. C. Vogler $>%** 

Vogler Miss Minnie, res C. W. Vogler ^Hftl 

Vogler M. N., blacksmith g^Jg 

Vogler Miss Perlina, res Sisters House §!>««3 

Vogler Miss Regina, res Mrs. M. Vogler ^O 

Vogler Mrs. Sophia, wid, res Widows Home Q}|jTi 

Vogler Timothy, gun and locksmith, res es Main, ja "* 

nr Mill st, Salem £g«f| 

YOGLER WILLIAM T., jeweler, res nw cor Cherry t^-Z 
• and Cemetery sts, Salem S^s™ 

Vosburgh Tunis, seed pedler, bds Mrs. N. J. Terry X^A* 



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ACHOVIA CORNET BAND, D. T. Crouse, capt, 5 
Salem 



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Wachovia Flour and Grist Mills, Salem § 3£ 

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Wachovia Land Office, Rev. C. L. Rights, prest ; Dr. ^ 



E. Rondthaler, Rev. E. P. Linebach, Dr. J. F. § 52 
Shaffner, J. G. Sides, A. F. Pfohl, James T. Line- £ Q 
back, secy, Salem 
Wachovia Mills, flour and grist, F. & H. Fries, prps, 
Salem 



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White Department. 

Wachovia National Bank, cap $150,000; surplus 
pi $50,000 ; W. A. Lemly, prest ; Jas. A. Gray, cashier 
L^ Wachovia Paper Mills, Salem 
^ Wade James T., cigarmkr, bds Mrs. H. V, Yarbrough 
^ Waggoman Miss Annie, res Miss Eliza Waggoman 
Qj Waggoman Edward, painter, res Mrs. E. J. Waggo- 
q, man 

Waggoman Mrs. E. J., wid, res ws Main, 1 h s 
kT Walnut st, Salem 

S Waggoman Miss Eliza, res es Main, nr Mill st, Salem 
Ph Waggoman Miss Mittie, res Miss Eliza Waggoman 
• Ph Waggoman Kobert, carpenter, res Mrs. E. J. Waggo- 
0£5 man 
^*0 Wagoner G. B., elk, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 

t"j Waggoner Benj, errand boy Fred Gerner 
j*ffH Waggoner Charles A., elk Fred Gerner, bds Mrs. N. J. 
g^ Terrv 

,gH Wall Mrs. B. H., res S. B. Ziglar 
J 3D Wall Mrs. Mary, res R. N. Wall 
m ^ Wall R. N., res ss Fourth 1 h e Spring st 
^.G© Wall Samuel, res ss Fourth 2 h e Spring st 
i^^ Waller Mrs. Ann, wid, domestic Mrs. E. J. Waggo- 

r T© man 

W^ Walser F. T., rev officer, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 

H S Walker Miss Ada, bds Mrs. M. A. Edwards 

S Walker A. W., wks J. A. Vance 

Ph Walker D. C, compositor Winston Leader, res cor 

O Fifth and Oldtown sts 

O Walker George I., leaf tob, res es Sycamore 2 h n 

k. Fourth st 

^ Walker Owen, res Mrs. Sallie Walker 

Walker Rufus, res Mrs. Sallie Walker 



Walker Mrs. Sallie, wid, res Liberty st, ne limits 
Walker W. A., postmaster, res se cor Second and 



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22 Cherry sts 

^ Ward R. G., bds Belo House 

^ Ward R. J., draughtsman Salem Iron Works 

HH Warner Joseph, res Mrs. Nancy Warner 

M Warner Lewis, apprentice Salem Iron Works 

jgj Warner M. E., teamster Elijah Holder 

£^ Warner Miss M. L., res Mrs. Nancy Warner 

y^^ Warner Mrs. Nancy, wid, res ss New Shallowford 

r^ 14 h w Cherry st, Salem 

r~ Warner W. C. canvasser W. P. Ormsby 



F org Wi nes, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 7^f*\ 
£9fi^Sacraruental Wines a Specialty. \«#-* 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 139 






' White Department. v, 

Warren J. B., groceries, res cor Second and Depot sts ij 
Watkins Miss Augusta, res J. D. Watkins I 

Watkins Alexander, of Watkins, Burton & Watkins, S j 

gen mdse, res N. T. Watkins ^TTi 

Watkins, Burton & Watkins, gen mdse ^» -" 

Watkins Miss Carrie, elk Stanton & Bynum yff^l 

WATKINS C. J., dentist, D.D.S., res es Main 2 h s ^* 

First st. Saletn CSW 

Watkins Miss Florence, res N. T. Watkins qJ 5 

Watkins Miss Hattie, res W. H. Watkins m g» 

Watkins Henry A., elk Watkins, Burton & Watkins r* CD 
Watkins Miss Ida Lee, res J. D. Watkins g -^ 

Watkins J. D., res ns Fifth, 4 h w Poplar st § £- 

Watkins J. E., of Watkins, Burton & Watkins, gen q <gp 

mdse e+S 

Watkins Miss Mary, res N. T. Watkins p p 

Watkins N. T., of Watkins, Burton & Watkins, gen CD ~ 

mdse, res ne cor Second and Church sts £ a 

Watkins Miss Sallie, res N. T. Watkins Jijf 

Watkins Miss Permania, res W. H. Watkins 5 

Watkins W. H., st com, res ns Fourth, 4 h w Poplar st £ mL 
WATSON C. B., of Watson & Glen, lawyers, res ws |I g! 

Old Town, cor Sixth st >^ 

WATSON & GLEN, lawyers _-<~ 

Watson Jonathan, groceries, res Seventh st, e limits Oj ^j 
Watson William H., res D. A. Bowles | m bgj 

Waughtown/.Suburb of Salem, out Main st 2 miles ir> p 
Weaver Miss Sallie, res C. A. Fogle ^h B 

Webb Mrs. E. P., wid, res es Liberty, 1 h n Fifth st gip. 
Webb Frank, painter, res Mrs. E. P. Webb £° g 

Webster Alfred, floor mgr, Piedmont Warehouse ^ m CD 

Weiford William, butcher Fred Gerner, bds R. Frank §? M . 

Graham ^° e* 

Weisner John, farmer, res es Marshall, 1 h n Mill st, pE"~* 

Salem ' g 

Weisner Jonas A., wks Fogle Bros, res ne cor Mill and x ^} 

Marshall sts, Salem ° £2. 

Welfare Miss Cora, res Edward Welfare «; CD 

Welfare Mrs. C, wid, res nw cor Main and Cemetery " Cfc 

sts, Salem * 



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eSKL White Department. 

JfZZ Welfare C. R., gen mdse, res es Main st, 4 h s Public 
£ 32! Square, Salem 

CC W elfare Edward A., elk C. R. Welfare, res es Main, 1 
d 5^ h s New Shallowford, Salem 
'jjj ™* Welfare Miss Jane, res Mrs. C. Welfare 
<| ^ Welfare Mrs. Julia, wid, res Widows Home 
>™ Welfare Miss Mary, res Widows Home 
o CC Welfare MissM. C., elk Mrs. N. S. Davis 
w LU West Charles, wks J. A. Vance 

g2£ WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of Toronto, Eugene 
oSE E. Gray, agt 

&*— WESTERN SENTINEL, E. A. Oldham, editor and 
.«^ propr 

3H- Western Union Telegraph Co, A. J. Shelly, mgr 
o^ Wheeler Mrs. Ann, res E. Salem 
M Wheeler A. L., miller Wachovia Mill, res J. D. Fri- 

§6® day 

k ^ Wheeler Miss Claudia, res W. H. Wheeler 
P O Wheeler G. W., wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
GD town 
Gfi Wheeler Miss Mamie, res Dr. W. H. Wheeler 

Wheeler Dr. W. H., U. S. int rev col, res se cor 

Church and First sts, Salem 
Whitaker Wm. A., of Bitting & Whitaker, tob mfrs, 
• res nw cor Cherry and Fifth sts 
Whitaker H. G., canvasser Singer Mfg Co, res Pilot 

Mount 
White Charles E., res William H. White 
White Franky, elk postoffice, res J. S. White 
White Jacob, shoemkr, res E. Salem 
White James, res ws Broad, 4 h s Fourth st 
White J. A., of J. A. White & Son, carriagemkrs' 
&^« res ss Liberty st, nr limits 
8^23 White J. A. & Son, wagon and carriagemkrs 
O White J. E., wks J. S. White, res Broad, bet Fourth 
? 3iaa and Fifth sts 

WHITE J« H. Jr., gen mdse, res sw cor Eighth'and 

Liberty sts 
WHITE J. 0., of J. 0. White & Son, carriagemkrs, 

res ns Liberty, nr Cemetery st 
WHITE J. 0. & SON, carriagemkrs 
White J. S., carriage and wagonmkr, res es Main, 

3 h n Fourth st 
White Mrs. J. S. millinery, res es Main, 3 h n Fourth 
st 



EH IfflfTfRMfAHl Wines and Liquors Lead the State! 
T NfUU in A Pl'RETENTWINESforSACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 
■ Ut UUYlbUi?y U McAdoo House, Greensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY. 141 



White Department. ™ ^ 

White Miss Lola, student, res J. H. White, Jr Sp 

White Miss Mattie, elk Mrs. J. S. White, res J. S. t>Jg 

White ^O 

White Miss Mollie, res es Depot, 1 h n Fourth st ^C 

White Miss M., res Mrs. T. Tise CD £} 

White Walter, res William H. White tdfVI 

White William H., painter, res ss Liberty, cor Depot go 

st 



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White W. G., res ws Water, nr Bellew Creek st, 

Salem 
WHITEHEAD Z. W., solicitor and correspondent ►, , 

Western Sentinel CD "^ 

Whitlow Mrs, Maggie, res ns Liberty, cor Chestnut st Q(H 
Wicker W. C, miller Salem mill, res ss Mill, Salem, q 1 "^ 

op Marshall st ^Wk 

Widows Home, under the auspices of the Moravian ti.mm 

Church, sw cor Main and Old Shallowford sts, P $5% 

Salem OQ 

Wier Henry, res es Cemetery, 4 h n Liberty st frjw 

Wier, Mrs. Susan, wid, res Henry Wier O J> 

Wiford W. H., butcher Fred Gerner p! j\ 

Wiggins W. A., cigarmkr, bds Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough cd iT 
Wilborn S A., canvasser Singer Mfg Co, res Burke, *' SM 

Surrey co 'qJ^ 

Wiles Miss Salie, res T. A. Wiles 4 — ■ 

Wiles T. A., floormgr Farmers Warehouse, res es h2 

Spruce, 1 h s Fourth st ^0) 

Wiley Miss Annie W., res Rev. C. H. Wiley cd"--* 

Wiley Rev. C. H, D.D., dist. supt. Am. Bible Society, hrffH 

res es Spruce. 1 h n Fifth st H JJJ 

Wiley James W., student, res Rev. 0. H. Wiley Q gj 

Willis H. H., cabinetmkr, bds T. P. Styron g." # 

Williams Alex, res ns Fifth, 1 h w Spring st ^O 

Williams Miss Dora, res Mrs. E. Williams tJtm 

Williams Mrs. E., wid, res es Main, 3 h s Bank st, JIlO 

Salem P "^ 

Williams Miss Lurenia, res Sisters House c+^ 

Williams Miss Mary, domestic N. G. Stockton O w 

Williams N. G., dept. int. rev. col, bds Mrs. Black ^ 5 
Williams Mrs. N. H., res Rev. F. M. Keith % 

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Williams Rowan, wks J. M. Wimmer, res Mrs. E. 
• Williams 

5 Williamson A. A., carpenter res ss Third 2 h w 

\M Liberty st 

h Williamson Miss A. B., res T. F. Williamson 

WILLIAMSON & CORRIE, books and job printing, 

H musical instruments 

j5 Williamson C. H., bkkpr T. F. Williamson & Son, 

u res T. F. Williamson 

*j Williamson R. L , of T. F. Williamson & Son, tob 

<p cnfrs, res T. F. Williamson 

jj Williamson & Smith, leaf tob brokers 

g Williamson T. F., of T. F. Williamson & Son, tob 

£ mfrs, res ss Fifth 2 h e Spring st 
^Williamson T. F. & Son, tob mfrs 

fl WILLIAMSON W. B., of Williamson & Corrie, books 

Q job printing, musical instruments, bds H. X. Dwire 

+» Wilson E. EL, elk Brown, Rogers & Co, res se cor 

2 Second and Church sts 

« Wilson Ira, res Mrs. Sarah Wilson 
Wilson M. N., leaf tob, res ss Fifth 2 h e Spring st 
Wilson Nathaniel S., bkkpr A. B. Gorrell res P. A. 

Wilson 
Wilson Peter J., bkkpr Brown Rogers & Co., res T. J. 

Wilson 
Wilson P. A., tailor, res cor Third and Elm sts 
Wilson P. A., jr, bkkpr Brown & Carter 
Wilson Robert, res Mrs. Sarah Wilson 
Wilson Mrs. Sarah, wid, res Bhansontown 
Wilson S. D., of D. D. & E. Schouler, dry goods, res 

New York 
Wilson Thomas J., lawyer, res nw cor Second and 

Main sts 
Wilson T. A., bkkpr Brown Bros, res gw cor Second 

and Chestnut sts 
Wimmer George F., elk depot, res John M. Wimmer 



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White Department. *\ a 

Wimmer John M , res es Main 2 h s Bank st, Salem [(®QC 
Wimmer John W., res John M. Wimmer gmf? 

Wimmer W. M., tel opr, res John M. Wimmer On 

Winfrey J. W.. mgr Brown & Bro M ' 

Winkler Miss Kate P., res C. A. Winkler g° 

Winkler Eugene, elk C A. Winkler, res same *3 

Winkler Mrs Amelia, wid, res Widows Home i^ 

Winkler C. A., baker, confectioner and toys, res es L^ 

Main 4 h s Bank st, Salem T~f*\ 

Winkler Miss Clandia C, res C. A. Winkler ^J^ 

Winkler Miss Jessie, asst Salem Academy for boys TJ-Tm 
Winkler Miss Minnie C, res C. A. Winkler g? gJ 

Winkler Miss Mattie A., res C A. Winkler dq w 

Winkler W. €., elk Pfohl & Stockton ^ $ 

■Winters Amanda, cook N. T. Watkins H jp^ 

Winters Miss Susan, domestic C. A. Hege £B 5P 

Winston Cemetery, ne limits, nr Liberty st b K" 

Winston Baptist Church. Second, nr Church st w w 

Winston Dancing Hall, Old Town, nr Fifth st — j — 

Winston Fire Department See Appendix ^ 

Winston Graded School nw cor Fourth and Broad sts i— i 
WINSTON LEADER, J. A. Robinson, editor and ^ 

propr £— i 

Winston Postoffice, W. A. Walker, postmaster i— i 

Winston P. H., lawyer, res es Broad, 3 h s Fourth st . J> 
Winston. Tobacco Mfg Co, J. W. Raed, prest, T. W. % g« 

Huske, sec and treas, Ed L Jones, mgr H ^* 

Winston Water Works, Thomas J. Wilson, prest, G. $ 2B 

W. Hinshaw, sec and treas ^ >-' 

Wolf W. H., bartender Alsop Bros, bds G. W. Alsop £ ^ 
Wollen Daniel, briekmason, bds Rev. F. M. Keith p 
Wollen John, briekmason, bds Rev. F. M. Keith ^ £? 

Wood W. W., res ne cor Sixth and Main sts ■ 

Woodburn Moore, res ws Main st, op Belo House, Sa- P O 

lem 

Woodruff J M., elk Brown & Carter, bds Mrs. N. J. 5rJ 

Terry £ 

Wooten H. C, res n limits, nr Liberty st £_J 

Wrenn J. C, salesman J. H. Valentine, res Lemly & hj-i 

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JH~ ;i-lflll COLLED! 

Hfl 53 .-, ,:r-' class Practical School. Circulars free. 
««j O "■>-'<■/.'■/•, principal. Mac on, Ga. 

•H g White Department. 

Wright Alex, carpenter, res ns Liberty, nr Main st 

Wright A. R., elk Hinshaw & Bynum, bds Mrs. N. J. 
Terry 

Wright Frank, bartender Earnhardt Loepler, bds 
same 

Wright Frank B., elk D. D..& E. Schouler, bds Mrs. 
H. V. Yarbrough 

Wright G. A. ^shoemkr res L. A. Core 
*3] 3 Wright John, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
C^^k town 

J3 -w Wright Samuel, res es Cherry, 2 h n Fifth st 
C? of Wright William, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
H # town 

.3 ° Wurreschke Bernhard, elk Wachovia Mills, res Prof. 
+iW L. B. Wurreschke 

5R bo Wurreschke Rev. L B., prin Salem Academy for boys. 
g;g res es Church st, 2 h n Salem Academy 

g o yARBROUGH HOUSE (boarding), Mrs. H. V, 
„0 Yarbrough, proprss, es Liberty, bet Fourth and 

G> Fifth sts 

l hl £< Yarbrough Mrs. H. V., wid, boarding, Liberty st, op 
-M a Farmers Warehouse 
ttl -~ Yarbrough Miss Maggie A., res Mrs. H. V. Yar- 

g 2 brough 
HH PQ Yarbrough T. B., apprentice Salem Iron Works, res 

HMrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Yates Charles, res ns Bellew Creek, 2 h e Chesnut st, 
Salem 
&£\ Yates Mrs. Mary, gen mdse, res Charles Yates 
Wj Young E. F., broker, bds Central Hotel 

Young John, res ns Liberty, 3 h w Chestnut st 

I7ERELY JOHN H., U. S. storekeeper, res es Pop- 

H lar, lhn West st, Salem 

Zerely Miss Mary, res es Main st, 5 h s Public Square, 

Salem 
Ziglar Robert L., res S. B. Ziglar 
Ziglar S. B., res ws Poplar, lhn Fourth st 
Zimmerman Miss Ollie, domestic J. R. Johnson 



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COLORED DEPARTMENT. 



To find a name know how it is spelled. 

Half numbers mean upstairs. 

Errata, changes and removals will be found in last pag^o. 

Where residence or business is located in Gome named build- 
ing or block, see name of same in regular classification of white 
department. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 



al alley 

ave avenue 

bds boards 

bet between 

big ...building 

elk clerk 

cond conductor 

dept.. department 

eug engineer 

es east side 

frt freight 

lab laborer 

mfg manufacturing 

infr manufacturer 



nr near 

ns north sidn 

op opposite 

res i-eaides 

R. M. S — railway mail Sfrv'c? 

R. R railroad 

secy secretary 

&s south side 

st street 

supt ..-. superintendent 

servt servant 

waah'n .washerwoman 

wid widow 

ws west side 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY AT THE END OF NAME DEPART- 
MENT. SEE INDEX. 

If name or other information wanted, is not found in its 
proper classification, see addenda and errata in last pages. 

ABBY COLEMAN, res Montague's Row 
AdamsHicks, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 
town 
Adams Lettie, res Old Town Road n limits 
Adams Roberts, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 
Adams Zan, wks G E. Nissen & Co., res Waughtown 
Albright Lewis, bl'ksmith A. E. Gierst 
Allen Joseph, res ns Fifth 2 h e Maine st 
Allen Martha, servt C. Hamlen 
Allen Robert, res Joseph Allen 
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Colored Department. 

Allison John, porter Rittenberg Bros 
Alspaugh Martha, res Seventh st ne limits 
American Hotel and Barber Shop, General Barringer, 

propr, Liberty, bet Fourth and Fifth st 
Anderson James, wks T. F. Williamson & Son, res es 

Church, 2 h n Fifth st 
Anderson John, res n limits 
Anderson John Jr, res n limits 
Anderson Linda, servt J. W. Hanes 
Anderson Maggie, servt A. L. Stipe 
Andrews Miss Belle, seamstress, res ws Depot 1 h n 

Fourth st 
Anglish Millie, servt J. W. Kernodle 
Archer Charlotte, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Atwood Elijah, driver F. & H Fries, res ns West 1 h 

n Main st, Salem 

BABB BETTIE, res es Depot 4 h s Third st 
Baggs Joseph, cook Belo House 
Bailey Agnes, servt V. 0. Thompson 
Bailey Burchett, res es Depot, 6 h n Seventh st 
Bailey Ella, servt T. D. Barber 
Bailey Henry, res ss Third st 8 h e Depot 
Bailey Terry, res Seventh st ne limits 
Bailey Thomas, res n limits 
Baker Ann, servt H. E. Mclver 

Baker William, groceries, res ns Fifth 2 h e Main st 
Baldwin Pleasant, servt Dr. R. F. Gray 
Banks Lemon, res Reynolds Grove 
Banks Phillip, laborer, res cor Fourth and Church sts 
Banner Josephene, servt F. G. Crutchfield 
Banner Maggie, servt J. S Broadaway 
Banner Melinda, res Browntown 
Banner Samuel, wks A. B, Gorrell 
Barringer General, proprieter American Hotel and 

Barbor Shop, Liberty bet Fourth and Fifth sts 
Barksdale S. W. of Cash and Barksdale, barbers, res 

Liberty st 
Bason Giles, blacksmith, M. N. Vagler 
Bason Rebecca, nurse W. G. Ledbetter 
Bates John, blacksmith, M. N. Vagler 
Beason Giles, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 
Beaver Samuel, wks B. J. Sheppard & Co., 



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Colored Department. 

Beaver Ephriam, waiter Belo House 
Beck Delia, servt Dr. W. L. Brown 
Beck Fannie, res Dr. W. L. Brown 
Belo Ida, res Browntown 
Belo Jane, res Browntown 
Belo Matilda, res Browntown 
Benton Aaron, porter A.llen & Allen 
Benton Holly, servant Mrs. N. J. Terry- 
Bethel George, res George Going 
Bethel Julia, res ss 4| 3 h w Poplar st 
Bethel Lucinda, res ns Seventh, 2 h w Chesnut st 
Bethel Mamie, res Julia Bethel 
Biddle John, res Happy Hill 
Bitting Henrietta, res ne limits 
Bitting Mary, res Happy Hill 
Bitting Sallie, res ws Chesnut, 1 h n Seventh st 
Bitting Starling, servt W. A. Lemly, res Happy Hill 
Black Mary, wks T. P. Williamson, res & Co., Henry 

Raney 
Black Martha, servt 0. C. Smith 
Blackburn Edward, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res 

Waughtown 
Blackburn Gabriel, res Bahnsontown 
Blackburn Jerry, res Reynolds Grove 
Blackburn Sanders res Bahnsontown 
Blackburn Thouaas, res es depot, 1 h n Fourth st 
Blum Jerry, res es Elem op High st Salem 
Blum Mollie, servt Dr. R. F. Gray 
Bowman Emily, res n limits 
Boyer Amy, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 
branch Mary, res es depot 1 h n Fourth st 
Brannock Andy, wksCox, Parker & Co., res Seventh 

st ne limits 
'ratcher Frank, brickmason, res Church, bet Third 

and Fourth sts 
Brendle Anthony, res ss Third st 3 h e depot 
Britton Robert, res Browntown 
Brooks Peter, res ws depot, 1 h s Fourth st 
Brown Charles, res n limits 
Bryan Gabe, barber, wks Samuel Brewer 



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Colored Department. 

Brown Green, wks Brown & Carter, res ss Third st 

5 h e depot 
Brown John, servt Dr. W. L. Brown 
Brown Lizzie, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh. 

sts 
Brown Mollie, servt Rev. W. A. Brown 
Brown Rufus, res rear Mrs. M. M. Stockton 
Brown Sallie, res Browntown 
Brown William, servt Dr. S. N. Siewers, res es 

Church 1 h s West st, Salem 
Burt Jacob, wks E. E. Spaugh 
Burton Harriet, servt T. H. Pegram 
Butler W. T., wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 
Butner Lou, servt Salem Hotel 
Bynum Robert, wks S. Byerly & Son 

rtAMPBELL JOSHUA, servt G. W. Alsop 

^ Capp Rufus, servt P. H. Hanes 

Cardwell Samuel, laborer P. & H. Fries res Brown- 
town 

Cardwell Wash, res ns Fifth 1 h w Spring st 

Carmichael Lucy, servt Mrs. M. M. Gray 

Carr Frank, wks Halt & Edmunds res ss Fifth 1 h 
e Church st 

Carr Henry, groceries, es Sycamore bet Fifth and 
Seventh sts 

Carr Sallie, res ws Sycamore bet Fifth and Seventh 
sts 

Carter Emma, servt Richard A. Stone 
Carter Ibbie, servt W. B. Stipes 

Carter Nash, res ws Church 1 h s Seventh st 

Carter William, servt J. C. Conrad 

Cash C. B., of Cash & Barksdale, barbers, res ss 
Liberty 1 h w Main st 

Cash & Barksdale, barbers, 

Caswell John, servt T. L. Graham 

Chaffin Caroline, res Happy Hill 

Chaffin Lilly, servt Charles Brietz 

Christian Ella, wash'n, res Wash Christian 

Christian Wash, tobacco roller, res Church bet 
Third and Fourth sts 



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Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
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DIRECTORY. 137 



Colored Department. " 

Clagg Samuel, res ns Third 1 h e Depot st 
Clanton John, res nw cor Fourth and Depot sts 
Clark Edward, res Bahnsontown 
Clark John, res ns Seventh bet Depot and Sycamore 

sts 
Clark Lewis, res Happy Hill 
Clark Melvin, wks Brown & Carter 
Clark Nicholas, res ns Seventh bet Depot and Syca- 
more sts 
Clemmons Anna, res ss Seventh 1 h w Chesnut st 
Clemmons James A, barber Cash & Barksdale, res ws 

Sycamore bet Fifth and Seventh sts 
Clemmons Luther, res ss Seventh 1 h w Chestnut st 
Clemmons Rufus, wks Central Hotel, res ws Church 

st 1 h s Seventh st 
Clotfilter Rebecoa, res Brovvntown 
Coats Cheretta. res Dock Coats 
Coats Dock, rest 
Cobb James, res Montague's row 
Cobb Lewis, res es Sycamore bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 
Cole Robert, res Montagues row 
Coleman Fayette, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Coleman John, res ss Sixth, 2 h w Church st 
Coleman Sandy, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Collins Judy, res nw cor Depot and Seventh sts 
Collins Mary, res Bhansontown 
Collins Thenie, res Frank Mastine 
Conrad Alexander, res Browntown 
Conner Andrew, cook Central Hotel 
Conrad George, res Old Town road n limits 
Conrad Mary, res sw cor Depot and Fourth sts 
Cooper George, res ns Seventh bet Depot and Syca- 

nore sts 
Cousins M. E. C. L. servt J. P. Hannah 
Covington Albert, blacksmith M. N. Vogler 
Covington Cole, wks Sam Reynolds, res Fifth st Wins- 
ton 
Covington Isam, res Seventh st ne limits 
Covington John, res Browntown 



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I Colored I>epartment. 

Covington Pleasant, res Seventh st ne limits 

Covington Sallie, servt Mrs T. J. Hardie 

Cox Beverly, res ss Sixth 1 h w Church st 

Crenshaw Harriet, res Thomas Sullivan 

Crews J. H. servt William Nelson 

Crews M. porter R. B. Perkins 

Crump Agatha, res Joseph Goslen 

Cunningham Green, tobacco roller, res Church bet 

Third and Fourth sts 
Curry Ella, res sw cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Curtis Jasper, servt T. F. Williamson 

DABNEY ED. & SON, groceries, res es Church, 2: 
h s Fifth st 
Dabney Bailey, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Davis Bettie, servt W. S. Martin 
Davis Columbia, res Browntown 
Davis Hattie, servt W. A. Whittaker 
Davis Lucinda, res ws Chestnut, 1 h n Sixth st 
Davis Pink, porter Phelps & Vogler 
Davis Thomas, driver Crutchfield & McArthur, res 

rear Jane Reich 
Davis William, driver Crutchfield & McArthur, res 

n limits 
Dalton Annie, servt Daniel Reed 
Dalton Dudley, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Dalton Jerry, res n limits 

Dalton Laura, res sw cor Depot and Fourth sts 
Dalton Luvenia, res es Chestnut, 5 h n Fourth st 
Dalton Maggie, cook Stephen Neal 
Dalton Susan, res n limits 
Dalton Sylla, res Susan Hairston 
Dalton William, res sw cor Fifth and Chestnut st© 
Dandridge Sallie, servt Peter Dalton 
Daniel John, res Turner Weathers 
Dedmond Clarissa, res Happy Hill 
Dick Jonas, res ws Depot, 1 h s Fourth st 
Dick William, res ws Depot, 1 h n Fourth st 
Dillard Julia, res ne cor Fifth and Chestnut sts- 
Dillard Martin, wks J. W. Friers 
Dixon Henry, res es Depot, 2 h s Third st 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

J08F Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, X. C. 

DIRECTORY. 139 

Colored Department. 

Dodson Rosa, res cor Fourth and Church sts 

Doherty Wyiie, servt 0. C. Smith 

Donnell Amanda, res Randall Donnell 

Donnell Randall, res nw cor Fourth and Depot sts 

Dower Woodson, res Reynolds Grove 

Douthit Alexander, res Browntown 

Dutton Rufus, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 

Dyson Matilda, res ws Depot, 1 h s Fourth st 

ECKLES LAURA., res ws Depot, 2 h s Fourth st 
Eddy John, brickmason, res Church, bet Third 
and Fourth sts 
Edwards James, res ss Third, 6 h e Depot st- 
Edwards Matilda, nurse Central Hotel 
Edwards Mollie, res Old Town st, n limits 
Edwards Nester, servt W. W. Woods 
Edwell James, shoemkr, res Fourth st 
Edwell Harrison, shoemkr James Edwell, res same 
Ellis Thomas, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
town 

FLINT JAMES, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and 
Seventh sts 
Foster Alf, brickmason, res Church, bet Third and 

Fourth sts 
Foster John, res Pleasant Foster 
Foster Pleasant, waiter Merchants' Hotel, res es Oak, 

2 h n Seventh st 
Foust Eliza, res Mack Foust 
Foust Mack, res ss Liberty, 3 h n Chestnut st 
Foust Rankin, barber, res e limits 
Fowlkes Louis, res Ratcliff Hill 
Foy Calvin, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Foy Laura, res ws Chestnut, 1 h n Fourth st 
Foy Lizzie, servt Rev. T. J. Ogburn 
Foy Pleasant, res nr Belo Pond 
Foy Samuel, yardman Central Hotel 
Franklin .John, restaurant, res ws Church, 2 h n 

Fifth st 
Freeman William, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 

town 



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140 DIRECTORY. 

Colored Department 

Fries Bettie, res ne limits 

Fries Cora, servt Mrs. R. L. Patterson 

Fries Earnest, wks F. & H. Fries 

Fries Flora, servt Rev. Edward Rondthaler 

Fries George, servt C. L. Rights 

Fries Harry, servt F. H. Fries 

Fries Henry, res Ratcliffe Hill 

Fries James, servt Mrs. Jane Masten 

Fries Julia, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and Sycamore 

sts 
Fries Laura, servt Mrs. Jane Masten 
Fries Perlina, res Henry Fries 
Fries "Washington, wks F. & H. Fries 
Fries Wesley, wks F. & H. Fries 
Fulton Anthony, res Bahnsontown 
Fulton Green, res ss Fifth, 1 h w Chestnut st 

GALLOWAY FRANK, servt Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Galloway Gaston, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Galloway Joshua, res ws Reservoir, 1 h s Belo st 
Galioway Nannie, cook, res cor Fourth and Church 

sts 
Galloway Reuben, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Galloway Rufas, res ws Chestnut, 1 h n Sixth st 
Galloway William, res n limits 
Gates Abraham, shop boy Samuel Bremer 
Gates Alexander, barber S. Brewer, res se cor Main 

and Seventh sts 
Gates Miranda, servt R. W. B. Happer 
Gibson Alverta, res Bahnsontown 
Gibson Henry, res Bahnsontown 
Gibson Letitia, res ne limits 
Gilmer Charity, res Luvenia Dalton 
Glass Reuben, res es Depot, 1 h n Fourth st 
Glenn Alex, servt Mrs. M. M. Gray 
Glenn Carrie, cook Dock Coats 
Glenn Sandy, res Old Town road, n limits 
Glenn Sylvia, waiter Central Hotel 
Going George, res op R. & D. depot 
Going Henry, res Seventh st, ne limits 
Going Holman, res ns Seventh, cor Chestnut st 



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PURE TENT WINESfor SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 

McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 141 



Colored Department. 

Going James, porter J. F. Prather 

Going Josephine, servt P. H. Hanes 

Going Nannie, servt J. B. Vaughn 

Going Pinkney, wks P. H. Hanes, res se cor Sycamore 

ana Fifth sts 
Golden Calvin, res Montague's Row 
Golden Martha, servt Prof. L B. Wurreschke 
Good Samaritans, see Appendix 
Gorrell Henry, wks E. E. Spaugh 
Goslen John, wks Belo House 

Goslen Joseph, res ws Church sf, 1 h s West, Salem 
Graded School, Browntown 
Gray Daniel, res Browntown 
Gray David, res ne cor Fourth and Depot sts 
Gray Jackson, res Browntown 
Graves Joseph, res es Depot, 1 h n Fourth st 
Green Edward, res Daniel Starr 
Green Emma, servt M. W. Rose 
Green James, res John Price 
Green Ned, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Green Paul, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Green Randolph, res Daniel Starr 
Green Susan, res ss Fifth, 1 h e Church st 
Griffin Sarah, res Browntown 
Grimes Lina, servt J. D. Paylor 
Grogau Jack, res Montagues row 
Grubbs Sandy, driver P. A. Wilson 
Gwinn A., wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Gwinn Benjamin, res ws Chestnut 1 h n Sixth st 
Gwinn Ellen, servt Dr. R. D. Hay 
Gunn Rufus, res ws Chestnut 1 h n Sixth st 

TTAIRSTON BIRD, servt J. E. Gilmer 
■"■ Hairston Ellis, res Montagues row 
Hairston Florence, res Seventh st ne limits 
Hairston James, wks E. E. Spaugh, res ws Sycamore 

bet Fifth and Seventh 'sts 
Hairston Lula, servt B. J. Sheppard 
Hairston Mary, res Reynolds Grove 
Hairston Reid, servt James A. Gray 
Hairston Robert, res Montagues row 



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Colored Department. 

Hairston Susan, res ws Chestnut 2 h n Fourth st 
Hairston Tyler, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 
Hairston William, res Montagues row 
Haley Lou, res n limits 
Hampton Emily, wks T. F. Crist 
Hamilton Robert, wks J. S. White, res rear same 
Hampton Victoria, res nr Belo Pond 
Hanes Amos, res ns Bank nr Eden st 
Hargreaves Sallie, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and 

Seventh sts 
Harris Isaac, res Browntown 
Harris Isam, res ss Fifth 1 h w Chestnut st 
Harris Mary, res ns Seventh bet Depot and Syca- 
more sts 
Harris Matilda, res George Youse 
Hart Benjamin, servt D. E. Smook 
Hart Frank, servt D. E. Smook 
Harvey Alice, servt Mrs. M. C. Angle 
Hauser Nancy, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and 

Seventh sts 
Hawkins Francis, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and 

Sycamore sts 
Hawkins Julius, res n limits 
Hayes Frank, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Hayes Fannie, servt J. W. Sheppard 
Heath Wash, hostler J. M. Robinson 
Hege Anderson, res Montagues row 
Hege Arabella, res Louis Hege 
Hege Louis, groceries, res Seventh st, ne limits 
Hege Thomas, servt Allen Spaugh 
Helton Julia, res sw cor Depot and Fourth sts 
Henderson John, groceries, res se cor Fifth and 

Chestnut sts 
Henderson Lucy, res sw cor Depot and Fourth sts 
Henley Cornelia, servt Mrs. J. T. Thomburg 
Henley Viney, servt Mrs. T. Bennett 
Hepler Prince, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 
Hickerson Bailey, res es Depot, 5 h n Seventh st 
Hill Abram, res ne limits 
Hill Andrews, res cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Hill Ivy, wks A. B. Gorrell 
Hill Joseph, wks Salem Academy, res Happy Hill 



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DIRECTORY. 143 

Colored Department. 

Hill Mary, servt Prof. L. B. Wurreschke 

Hilton David, res Browntawn 

Hilton Martha, servt R. D. Johnston 

Hines Kittie, res Browntown 

Hoffman Lula, servt James M. Kogers 

Holiness Jerry, drayman W. T. Carter & Co., 

Holland Regina, servt Mrs. Jane Masten 

Holman William res Bahnsontown 

Holmes James, res ss Third st, nr R. R. tracks 

Holmes M. L. servt Mrs. J. T. Thomburg 

Hoover Sallie, servt T. F. Williamson 

Hopkins Preston, res nw cor Fourth and Depot sts 

Hoskins Eliza, servt I. Leopold 

Hoster Jennie^servt Mrs. N. J. Terry 

Hoskins Robert, wks Depot, res ss First, 3 e Depot 

st, Salem 
jjowlett R. D. barber, res Seventh st 
Houston Cynthia, servt E. J. Allen 
Houston Lizzie, servt A. B. Gorrell 
Houston Thaddeus, res n limits 
Hughes Martha, servt G. W. Alsop 
Hunt Solomon, res Happy Hill 

JACKSON FANNIE, res ne limits 
Jackson William, res ss Fifth, 1 h e Church st 
James James, res ss Fifth 1 h w Chestnut st 
Jarrett Addie, servt F. H. Fries 
Jarrett James, res n limits 
Jeffers Mary, cook M. F. Rogers 
Jeffreys Sheppard, res Lucinda Davis 
Jefferson Mary, res ns Liberty, cor Depot st 
Jewell Eli, barber Rankin House 
Johnson Addison, res es Main, 1 h n Seventh st 
Johnson Ann, servt G. F. Foust 
Johnson Charles, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and Syca- 
more sts 
Johnson Frank, res Browntown 
Johnson Francis, servt W. A. Lemly 
Johnson F. R. barber, R. D. Hamlett 
Johnson John, res Salisbury Road, Salem 
Johnson Joseph, res Brendletown 



DIRECTORY. 



Colored Department. 

Johnson Joseph, res ss Sixth 3 h w Church st 

Johnson Lizzie, wash'n, res cor Fourth and Church sts 

Johnson Rasbery, res Montagues row 

Johnson Wylie, res Montagues row 

Jones Carrie, res Susan Hairston 

Jones Celia, res ns Fifth 1 h e Main st 

Jones Crawford, res Reynolds Grove 

Jones Eda, res Babnsontown 

Jones Eliza, servt E. J. Babington 

Jones James, res Mary Jones 

Jones Mary, res ws Main st op Belo House, Salem 

James Mary res Stephen Stokes 

Jones Prior, res Mary Jones 

Jones William, driver Crutchfield & McArthur, res' 

es Depot 3 h n Seventh st 
Joyce Columbus, servt R. D. Brown 
Joyce Harriet, res Jane Joyce 
Joyce James, res ns Fifth 1 h e Main st 
Joyce Jane, res ws Church 1 h n Fifth st 
Joyce Luther, waiter Belo House 
Joyce Millie, servt R. D. Brown 
Joyce Thomas, res Montagues row 

KAIN DAVID, head waiter, Central Hotel 
Keiser Sallie, servt Mrs. E. P. Webb 
Kelly Elias, res Anthony Brendle 
Kelly Samuel, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Kent Henry, res Brown town 
Kerby Chanie, res ws Depot 2 h s Fourth st 
Kimball Wm, wks Rufus Pitts, res cor Fourth and 

Church sts 
King Frank, servt W H Wheeler 
King Richard, res nw cor depot and Seventh st 
Kirby Charlotte, res n limits 
Kiser Malinda, servt Martin Grogan 
Kountz Geo, res Geo Wagoner 

LANIER ABRAM, res Happy Hill 
Lawrence Rev A B, res op R. & D. depot 
Lash Ada, res Fannie Roan 

Lash Amanda, res ne cor Seventh and Chestnut sts 
Lash Amelia, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth sts 
Lash Clanton, res Seventh st ne limits 



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BACCO and CIGARS, 
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DIRECTORY, 145- 



Colored Department. 

Lash Jane, res wa Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 
Leach Ella, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 
Leach John, servt J. G. Ecton, ws Sycamore, bet 

Fifth and Seventh sts 
Leak Lizzie, res ws Church 1 h s Seventh st 
Leach Maria, servt, J.W. Davis 
Lee Dennis, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and Sycamore 

sts 
Lee Lou, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh sts 
Leith Mack, shoe maker W. M. Lewis, res ns Fifth 1 

h w Spring st 
Lemly Ned, res Happy Hill 
Lewis Caroline, servt Mrs. N. J. Terry 
Lewis Jesse, res Montagues row 
Lewis John H., res Bahnsontown 
Lewis Wilkes, res Montagues row 
Lewis William, res Browntown 
Lewis W. M., shoe maker res e limits 
Lewis Tobias wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Libson Lockett, res Aaron More 
Lindsey Thomas, servt Dr. R. D. Hay 
Lindsey Israel, res Happy Hill 
Lindsey Charles, res Mary Jefferson 
Lines Susan, res es Depot lhn Fourth st 
Linville Alexander, groceries, res es Sycamore, bet 

Fifth and Seventh sts 
Linville Filman, res Bahnsontown 
Llewellyn Lot, res Salisbury road 
Loggins Geo, servt Dr. B. D. Hay 
Long Annie, servt T A. Wilson 
Long Bell, dish-washer Central Hotel 
Long Manuel, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 
Long William, wks Fogle Bros, res Browtown 
Lowry Henry, wks Cox, Parker & Co., res Woood st, 

Salem 
Luster Thomas, wks Salem Mill, res Ratcliff Hill 

MACK ALICE, res Elijah Alwood 
-"J- Mack Christopher, res Mack Foust 



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Colored Department. 

Mack Dock, wks Cox, Parker & Co., 

Mack Henry, res Browntown 

Mack John, res ne cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 

Mack Nathan, res es Depot 2 h s Third st 

Malone George, wks W, E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
town 

Malone Leroy, wks W. E. Spach & Son, res Waugh- 
town 

Malone Mary, res Browntown 

Malone William, ne res limits 

Mann Caroline, servt Dr. R. D. Hay 

Mann Manuel, hostler J. M. Bobinson 

Manuel Jesse, lab, res Church, bet Third and Fourth 
sts 

Manuel Walter, brick mason, res Church, bet Third 
and Fourth sts 

March William waiter, Central Hotel 

Martin Alexander, res Browntown 

Martin Amy, servt Roderick Cotten 

Martin Anna, res Happy Hill 

Martin C, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 
sts 

Martin Calvin, res Browntown 

Martin Dennis, servt Roderick Cotten 

Martin Harden, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and 

Seventh sts 
Martin Henry, wks W. B. Stipes 
Martin Jerry, res Browntown 
Martin Peter, res ss Third, 3 h e Depot st 
Martin Robert, wks S. Byerly & Son, res Browntown 
Martin R. J., barber, Cash & Barksdale," res Brown- 
town 
Martin Rosa, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Martin Thomas, res James Edwards 
Martin Thomas, res rear Pinkney Going 
Massey Laura, servt C. B. Brooks 
Masten Asa, res n limits 

Masten Frank, res ss Third st 11 h e Depot st 
Matthew Addie, servt J, C. Conrad 
Matthews Adella, res Browntown 
Matthews Amy, res John Price 
Matthews Charlotte, res Ratcliff Hill 
Matthews Dallas, res Seventh st, ne limits 
Matthews Hampton, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and 
Sycamore sts 



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^^T'Sacraniental Wines a Specialty. 
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DIRECTORY. 147 

Colored Department. 

Matthews Hannah, servt Frank A Martin 

Matthews Hannah, servt V. 0. Thompson 

Matthews Isaac, res Peter Matthews 

Matthews Peter, res Ratcliff Hill 

Mayo Annie, res Reynolds Grove 

Mayo Elijah, wks T. F. Williamson & Son, res James 

Edwards 
McCubbins Noah, brickmason, res Church, bet Third 

and Fourth sts 
McCorkle Lydia, servt J. Q. A. Barham 
McCullough Ellen, servt M. W. Norfleet 
McCullum Mary, servt J. W. Hanes 
McElroy Frank, res Giles McElroy 
McElroy Giles, fireman F. & H. Fries, res Ratcliff 

Hill 
McElroy Narcissa, res Giles McElroy 
McGee Joseph, wks A. B. Gorrell 
Mebane Morris, res Browntown 
Mebane Robert, res es Depot, 1 h s Third st 
Mendenhall Lydia, res nw cor Depot and Seventh sts 
Mendenhall William, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and 

Sycamore sts • 
Miller Letitia, servt Mrs. M. M. Stockton 
Miller Lizzie, chambermaid Belo House 
Miller Samuel, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and 

Seventh sts 
Miller Sarah, servt Mrs. M. M. Stockton 
Mitchell Caswell, res Seventh st, ne limits 
Mitchell Jack, res Henry Bailey 
Mitchelll Jesse, res Old Town road, n limits 
Mitchell John, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Mitchell Nannie, cook Mrs. H. V. Yarbrough 
Mitchell Pink, porter C. A. Winkler 
Mitchell Wesley, shoemkr, bds Wesley Cunningham 
Mock William, wks C. F. Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 

town 
Moody Alex, res Montague's Row 
Moore Aaron, res ss Third, 9 h e Depot st 
Moore Ada, res Henry Bailey 
Moore Ann, servt R. D. Mosely 
Moore Emma, servt J. A. Brown 



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Colored Department. 

Moore Rebecca, servt R. R. Crawford 

Moore Robert, res ws Depot, 1 h n Fourth st 

Moore Susan, res Mary Conrad 

Moody Tina, cook Anslom Reed 

Moravian Church, es Church, 2 h s Walnut st, Salem 

Morehead Carter, driver Hinshaw & Bynum, res es 

Chestnut, 1 h n Fourth st 
Morehead Florence, res American Hotel 
Morgan Lizzie, servt H. X. Dwine 
Morgan Nola, servt Dr. S- J. Montague 
Morgan Rebecca, servt Yy. H. Wheeler 
Morgan Sarah C, res Browntown 
Morgan Walter, servt Dr. S. J. Montague 
Morris Sarah, servt W. B. Carter 
Morris Sallie, res George Youse 
Moss Lawson, res Browntown 

MEAL ALEXANDER, res Browntown 

•^ Neal Henry, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and 

Sycamore sts 
Neely Cicero, res ns Seventh, I w Chestnut st 
Nelson Mary, servt W. T. Nelson 
Nelson Wrn., lunch stand, res nr reservoir 
Norwood Bell, res George Youce 

OAKS BETTIE, servt M. N. Wilson 
Oaks Emeline, chamber maid Central Hotel 
Oakes Green, res Happy Hill 
Oakes Lee, dishwasher Central Hotel 
Odd Fellows, see Appendix 
Oliver Wm ., driver N. T. Watkins, res Browntown 

PACE FANNIE, servt, Dr. J. T. Shaffner 
Pace W. H., vegetables, bds Dock Coats 
Paisley Maggie, cook, O. F. Sussdorff 
Palmer Benjamin, rps Happy Hill 
Palmer Carter, res Montagues row 
Palmer Tampa, res ws Spring, 1 h n Fifth st 
Pattersou Ann, servt Mrs. C. M. Graves 
Patterson Harrison, teamster F. & H. Fries, res ne 

cor Elm and First st 
Patterson James, res Montagues row 
Patterson J. H., teamster, F. & H. Fries 



B For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. W— ^ 

S ^^"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. ^ 
McAcloo House, Greensboro, N. C. ^\ 



DIRECTORY. 149 



Colored Department. 

Patterson Lawson, servt R. L. Patterson 
Patterson William, res Harrison Patterson ^ 

Payne Jennie, res John Mack Hj£) 

Payne Jerry, res n limits j~^") 

Payne Maggie, servt T. J. Wilson, res Matilda Searcy / TT 

Payne S., barber, R. D. Homlett J^ 

Payne Sallie, res Pleasant Foster C ^L 

Payne William, res es reservoir, 1 h s Belo st J^>L 

Pembleton Henry, res ss Sixth, 3 h w Church st >^d 

Penn Harriet, res Reynolds Grove L/^L 
Perkins Richard, res n limits 

Petree Gideon, res Browntown Qy 

Pnfer Tetsey, servt M. N. Wilson c+- 
Pitts Columbus, wks Cox, Parker & Co., 

Pinkston Martin, res Happy Hill ^TjEL 

Poindexter R., wks Fogle Bros., ^T" 

Poinkexter Sam, res nw cor Depot and Seventh sts ^ 

Pomell Mintus, wks T. F. Williamson & Son M- - 

Preer Cyrus, res nr R & D depot p"h 

Preer David, wks T. F. Williamson & Son, res ws ^— ) 

Chestnut, 1 h s Seventh st 

Preer Louis, res ss Third, 7 h e Depot p& 
Preston James, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 

Price Anderson wks Piedmont warehouse i_fvr\ 

Price Henry, waiter Belo House, res es Chestnut, 4 n \^j£) 

Seventh st 1-^ 

Price J., wks Fogle Bros,, res Liberty st ne limits Q 
Price John, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts 

Price Samuel, res nw cor Seventh and Chestnut sts Jr$ 
Price Alex, wks Fred Gerner 
Primm Samuel, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Prindle Henry, res n limits 
Prindle Samuel, wks J. B. Sheppard & Co. 
Pritchett Floyd, res ns Fifth 1 h w Spring st 






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ANEY ANGELINA, res es Depot, 1 h n Fourth st jb 
Raney Henry, res ss Fifth 2 h s Chestnut st >jfis 



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^ 150 DIRECTORY. 

P5 Colored Department. 

O Raney Mary, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
QJ q Rankin Julius waiter Salem Hotel 

• Ratcliff Samuel res Ratcliff Hill 
o^ % Reed Isam, servt Dr. J. F. Shaffner 

h Reeves Ella, servt E. H. Wilson 
JZj o Reynolds Bettie, servt Dr. R. F. Gray 
q H Reynolds Henry, res Ratcliff Hill 
^q j!j Reynolds James, res Frank Masten 
«^ h Reynolds James, res Henry Reynolds 
■^ k Reynolds Samuel, blacksmith, res Ratcliff Hill 
<J Reynolds Susan, res Henry Reynolds 
i-^ Richardson Allen, gasmkr F. & H. Fries 
►— J Richardson Frederich, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth 
(—3 and Seventh sts 

£^ Richardson John, res es Depot, 1 h n Fourth st 
^ Richardson Thos., drayman J. C. Nicholson & Co 
* — > — - Richmond Bethel, res ss Third, 10 h e Depot st 
^ °3 Richmond Horace, wks Belo House 
^ £ Ridley Nora, servt W. Y. Revelle 
c3 £ Roberts John, wks A. B. Gorrell 
^ H Roberts Sallie, res American Hotel 
^, h- Robertson Benjamin, res ss Fifth, 1 h w Chestnut st 
go a: Robertson Lizzie, servt Rev. T. H. Johnston 
pq m Robertson Thomas, res ss Sixth, 3 h w Church st 
^\_^ Robinson Benjamin, lunch stand, res Fourth, nr 
Main st 
Robinson John, res op R. & D. depot 

^ Robinson Samuel, res ns Third, 2 h e Depot st 

^ Robinson Thomas, res Bahnsontown 

rK Rollin John, servt Dock Coats 

a^ Rose Mark, yard man Central Hotel 

5J Russell William, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and 

2~. Sycamore sts 



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jCcg) a AWYER NACY, cook P. A. Wilson 

O U ^ Scales Burrell, driver Crutchfield & McArthur 

>5 ° Scales Charles, res Reynolds Grove 

^ Scales Dudley, res B ihnsontown 

Ph TRUSSES at fiRA lL!Sl' 5 i 5 o m> 



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EWOOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State L. 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. [ ' 

McAdoo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. ^ 



DIRECTORY. 151 



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Colored Department. 

Scales Hubbard, res nr R&D depot 

Scales Lucy, res ss Seventh, cor Sycamore st 

Scales Mary, servt, W. T. Nelson 

Scales Nelson, res Montagues row 

Scales Pierce, wks B J. Sheppard & Co., 

Scales Preston, res ne limits 

Scales Stephen, res R&D depot 

Scott Luther, wks G. E. Nissen & Co., res Waugh- 

town 
Seals Burwell, res op R & D depot 
Searcy Bettie, res Bahnsontown 
Searcy Emma, res John Mack 
Searcy Matilda, res se cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Searcy Robert, porter Belo House, res op same 
Shaw David, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 
Shaw Samuel, wks T. F. Williamson & Son, res James 

Anderson 
Shelton John, res n limits ^ 

Shelton Sallie, chambermaid Central Hotel ^ 

Sherman Emma, tobacco hand, res nr C. F. Sussdorff ^J 
Sherman John, tobacco hand, res nr C. F. Sussdorff 
Sherman Julia, tobacco hand, res nr C. F. Sussdorff Q£ 
Sherman Thomas, tobacco hand, res nrC. F. Sussdorff^ ^ 
Sherman William, tob hand, res rear C F Sussdorff <| ^j 
Shouse Rufus, res ne cor Seventh and Chesnut sts ^ ^j 
Siewers Addie, servt B F Crosland y ^3 

Siewers Richard, res Happy Hill H ^j 

Simmons Ettie, servt I Leopold jjj *H 

Siseloff Frank, servt C J Watkins 
Slaughter T S, boarding and lodging, res es Church, 

3 h s Fifth st J. 

Smith Alfred, wks C F Nissen & Co, res Waughtown w3 
Smith Anderson, Porter Salem Hotel, q hw 

Smith Edward, res James Edwards ■ Jj* 

Smith Frank*, res Browntown O 

Smith James, wks C F Nissen & Co, res Waughtown ^ 
Smith Jerry, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh ^|j 

sts ^ 

BEST LINE DF CIGARS M gray & mrtiys, & 

■ ■■■ ■■■!■ «■ BlVllllB WINSTON, N. C * 



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ogj ^h Colored Department. 

G " Smith Lee, res ss Fifth st, 1 h e Church st 
o -2 Smith Pleasant, wks C F Nissen & Co, res Waugh- 
™ a town 

£j! Smith Washington, res Happy Hill 



Smithers Julius, dish washer Belo House 
^ Snow Alice, servt S B Ziglar 
^ Snow Jason, res Laura Foy 
«- Snow Peter, res ne limits 
^XK Snow Victoria, res Fannie Roan, 
; ^ Snow Viney, res Fannie Roan 
^— I Spargler Catherine, waiter Central Hotel 
Q I Spaugh Catherine, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and 
Q i Seventh sts 

^j Speace Frank, wks G. E. Nissen & Co, res Waughtown 
v^T Spies Benjamin, res ws Spring, 1 h n Fifth st 
C£< Spies Emma, servt Nicholas Barham 

Sprinkle Robert, wks R. & D. R. R., res ss Third st, 2 
r 3^ h e depot 
q Stafford Harris, wks Arista Mills 
^ Staples George, res ne limits 
^T^ Staples Kate, res ne limits 

vjy Stedman James, wks Geersh & Senseman, res Happy 
W< Hill 

Stedman Henderson, res Happy Hill 
^^3 Steele Anderson, res Browntown 
£T Stewart Solomon, servt Dr. J F. Shaffner 
^ Stockton Calvin, wks T. F. Williamson & Son 

Stockton Henry, res Happy Hill 
*~&L Stockton Jerry, res Mack Foust 
,^ Stockton Nicey, res Sam Robinson 
O Stokes Barbara, res Reynolds Grove 
O Stokes Stephen, wks B. J. Sheppard & Co, res cor 
j£Q Fourth and Church sts 
^a^ Stone Aaron, servt C. B. Brooks 

, Stone Caroline, res cor Fifth and Chesnut sts 
q Strong Jerry, res Reynolds Grove 
O Sullivan Thomas, wks W. B. Stipes, res ss Third st, 
r~r 4 h e depot 
rjj Sutser Mollie, servt A. B. Gorrell 

m R B RllVIU (111 B00TS - SHOESJf TRUNKS, 

H l f l DU 1 V VU \J\Jt S. Elm St. , Greensboro, N. C. 



E.G.N 



EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the State r~MT) 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. ^J-*- 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C (^ 



DIRECTORY. 153 



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Colored Department. H^ 

AYLOR ADELINE, chambermaid Central Hotel £j 
Taylor Cora, res sw cor depot and Fourth sts ^k 

Taylor Curtis, wks T. F. Williamson & Sons, res ws O^ 

Church, 5 h n Fifth st fH 

Taylor Oscar, servt T. H. Pegram ^^J 

Taylor Oscar, wks A. B. Gorrell 00 

Taylor William, office boy Belo House, res Happy *£? 

Hill 50 

Terry Calvin, res se cor Fifth and Chesnut sts O 

Tesh John, res Old Town st, n limits <j 

Thornas Abne/, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Sev- S 

enth sts ^ 

Thomas E. B., groceries, res es depot st, 2 h n Sev- t ■ 

enth st WH 

Thomas Fannie, res Abner Thomas J^ 

Thomas Lizzie, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Sev- W 

enth sts H 

Thomas W. E., shoemaker, Wesley Mitchel, bds g 

Richard Cunningham H 

Tinsley Caroline E., servt, James R. Pierce Q&- 

Tinslow Spencer, res Browntown ^^ 

Tise Eliza, res nr Belo Pond LJ 

Tiser Alf, porter, Central Hotel ^^ 

Tiser Joseph, porter V. O. Thompson H 

Tison Joseph, res Browntown ±1 

Transon Mollie, servt J. P. Hannah * X 1 

Tuck Anna, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and Syca- ^^J 

more sts L-i-J 

Tucker Aaron, wks Brown & Carter Kj 

Tucker Francis, cook Dack Coats £^ 

Tull Amanda, res n limits £^ 



yANSTORY AUGUSTUS, porter Gray & Martin, -^ 

" res ss Third 2 h w Liberty st "^^ 

Vernon Matilda, res n limits ^~"i 

Vernon Sallie, res ws Depot, 2 hs Fifth st H 

WADE JOHN, wksT. F. Williamson & Son, res gg 

*" ss Third, 4h e Depot st 5 

Wagner Geo., lunch stand, res Fourth nr Main st 2 

Walker Adeline, servt, George Heinshaw I? 



>- @MY & ' nni gp» | THIRD ST, 
I- k MARTIN iUnUUO ilMfc 8. C, 

■J § 15£_ DIRECTORY. 

^» oo Colored Department. 

O* — Walker Charles, res Bahnsontown 
>■ Walkei George shoemkr, res Seventh st ne limits 
L&9 m Walker George, res Happy Hill 
ft .2 Walker Mary, cook, Benjamin Robinson 
«jk g Walker Mathews, res Happy Hill 
w O Walker Richmond, barber shop, res ne cor Depot and 
<( ^ Fourth st 

_jl Walker Robert, res Bahnsontown 
W | Wall Alfred, res n limits 
J | Wall Dorcas, res n limits 
111 * Wall George, sevt Dr. H. T. Bahnson 
ffl ?9 Wall James, waiter Central Hotel 
^ J Wall Jane, servt E. C. Clinard 
^ ^ Wall Lidia, res n limits 

J < Wall Peter, wks Brown & Carter, res Bahnsontown 
•" Wall Pleasant, res Bulew Creek st and R. R 
rT\ Wall Sallie, res Pleasant Wall 
^ Wall Sidney, res Bahnsontown 
«H Waugh Andrew, servt L. V. & E. T. Blum 
~:^^ Waugh Samuel A , ast prin graded schools 
\J~} Washington Mary, res Old Town road, n limits 
^^j Watkins John, servt J. D. Watkins 
[» Watkins Lucy, res ws Depot 1 h s Fourth st 
r^F" Watts Micajah, cook Central Hotel, res es Depot 4 h 
^ ^ n Seventh st 

OWard A. % A., groceries, res ws Depot 3 h s Fifth st 
Ward Andv, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 
sts 
Ward James, res es Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh 

sts - •„ 
Warren R. W., confectioner, res Mallowford road 
Wearn George, res Old Town road, n limits 
Weathers George, res Browntown 
Weathers Laura, res sw cor Fifth and Chestnut sts 
Weathers Turner, res ne cor Main and Seventh st 
Webb Claiborn, res ns Seventh 1 h w Chestnut st 
Webb John, servt H. D. Latt 
Webb Laura, res Claiborne Webb 
Webster Alice, servt, W. H. Miller 
Webster Richard, waiter, Central Hotel 
Welch James H, res nr R. & D. depot 






*'fl Aflflf! AflfflflRf! F° r Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigar 
^^T"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, 'N. C. 

"DIRECTORY. 155 



Colored Department. 



WfUMffARHlflfifl *or Wines, Liquors, lobacco and Cigars. M£± 

aEAUUUMlbKa «"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. LfJ 
■«'»» »«*<* a al» McAdoo House. Greensboro, 'N. C. -\ 

Welch Sarah, servt James M. Rogers _j 

Wharton Millie, res se cor Fifth and Chesnut sts *J 

Wheeler Nettie, res Mack Foust M 

Whiting Alex, res ws depot, 2 h s Fifth st W 

Williams Ada, res sw cor depot and Fourth st _ 

Williams Amy, servt Dr. N. S. Siewers M) 

Williams Dicey, pastry cook Central Hotel ^ 
Williams Jerry, res ns Seventh, bet Depot and Syca- |y| 

more sts . **j 

Williams Lucinda, servt R. T. Stedman $ M 

Williams R. R , wks Brown & Carter ^ *T 

Williams Turner, res Browntown jj Q 

Williamson Alex, res ns Fifth, 1 h w Spring st $ ^«| 

Williamson Bettie, servt J. B. Vaughn «♦ S| 

Williamson Elizabeth, servt T. F. Williamson N| 

Williamson Ephraim, wks Crutchfield & McArthur P W 

Williamson Rufus, res es Depot, 1 h n Fourth st " *i 
Willis Mary, res ws Sycamore, bet Fifth and Seventh Q* 

sts o W 
Wilson Henrietta, res sw cor Fifth and Chestnut sts ^ «** 

Wilson Jane, res es Elm st, op High st, Salem ft ^ 

Wilson Joshua, res Old Town st, n limits * «j 

Wilson Sylvester, res Old Town st, n limits a J3 

Wise Lorenzo, res ws Depot, 1 h n Fourth st $ 53 

Withers Viola, servt E. E. Harris h, 7-m 

Woods Branch, res nr R. & D. depot *J 

Woodruff Tip, waiter Central Hotel £ |jl 

Wright Allen, res Browntown h y 

Wright Daniel, res Happy Hill p 

Wright David, res Montageus row Wt ' (J 

Wright Rona, res Wood st, Salem u 

Wyatt Sarah, res es Depot, 4 h s Third st y* 

■yOUNG JOSEPH, res se cor Fifth and Chesnut sts jft 
-*• Young Maria, res Montagues row <• 

Youse George, res ws Church, 3 h n Fifth st «- 

PTt^WTMEdicInes § 

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156 



DIRECTORY 



H. H. DICKSON, 

32 Broad -Street, 







« ESTIMATES 

• CHEERFULLY • 




• FCB3LSMED 



SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



jB^As close figures given on orders from a distance as if 
made in person. 



Efl tTEWCOHB'S Wines and Liquors Lea/1 the Slate ij 
■¥ SM Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes* ^^^ 
I Ml &■ McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C ^^^ 

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CLASSIFIED £&»• 

BUSINESS 41 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Q 

OF Q_J 

Greensboro, Winston, Salem, Guilford & Forsyth Counties, Q "j 

Agricultural Implements. ^b»^ 

Crawford R. R., (hardware), Winston f^if) 

Hagan Allen, Greensboro vJ?-* 

Stratford, Wakefield & Co, (machinery"), Greensboro |sm2 
Wharton & Wharton, (hardware), Greensbore. See ' J. 
page 30 ITJfo 

Almanac Publishers. ^ ^ 

Blum L. Y. & E. T., (books, job printers, Peoples > p* 
Press), Salem See page 65 ^ w 

Amusements. SjQ 

Benbow Opera House, W. C. Behbow, propr, Greens- £' JT| 

boro 5 ■» 

Brown's Opera House, Smith & Brown, lessees | *& 

Hughes Milton T., Greensboro. See page 29 D w 

Wachovia Cornet Band, D. T. Crouse, Capt, Salem 8° ^ 

Winston Dancing Hall, Winston O --. 

Architects. 1 -n 

Swain Lyndon, Greensboro va m 

Auction. g Q 

Valentine J. H.. Winston £ 

i .£ 

Bakers. § 

Berger C. H., Winston 

Perkins R* B., (groceries), Winston. See page 61 ,. 

Thorn J. E., Greensboro P < 

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THE 



DUVOTflT \ "MQ of Guilford, Randolph, 
F tl ¥ i>iv±AlN(3 Alamance, Chatham, 
and Moore counties can save money by buying 
their Drugs from Callum Bros. & Co., Greensboro. 



158 DIRECTORY 



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Banks 

First National Bank, J. A. Bitting; prest; J. W. 
Alspaugh, cashr. Capital, $100,000 ; surplus, $46,- 
^W 826 26, Winston 

©ji> National Bank The, Jesse H. Lindsay, prest; Neil 
!"* . Ellington, cashier. Capital, $100",000 ; surplus, 
" "S $16,000, Greensboro 
. H " Wachovia National Bank, capital, $150 000; surplus, 
{D«j . $50,000. W. A. Lemly, prest; James A. Gray, 
Qw^ cashier, Winston 
jH^ Barbers. 

5 § Barringer General (c), American Hotel, Winston 
H to Bremer Frank, Salem 
.Kce£ Bremer Samuel, Winston 
$£"- Cash & Barksdale (c), Winston 
h^^ r>ug°ins A. E., Kernersville 
•v^ ? Fouse Rankin (c), Winston 
EtJo^ Hicks C H. (c), Greensboro 
p„J! Hamlett R. D. (c), Winston 

£ § Phillips H. (c), Greensboro 
jjfjDrj Simmons H. (c), High Point 
h3pl""- Sloan William (c), Greensboro 
h | Walker Richard (c), Winston 
,£>! o Wiley Sam (c), Greensboro 
r com Woods L. W. (c), Greensboro 

5^ Basket Manufacturers. 

Idal W. H., (grist mill), Jamestown 

Blacksmiths- 
Barber James M., Stoney Ridge 
Baxter J. R , High Point 
Brewbaker Thomas, Huntsville 
Brown Michael, Greensboro 
Chapman Allen, Huntsville 
Covington Charles, Germanton 
Covington Robert, Walnut Cave 
Fagg J. C. (butcher), Salem 
Foltz Theodore, Friedberg 
Giersh A. E., Salem 
Gillespie Laton (c), Greensboro 
Hamlin Morris, Huntsville 



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EWOOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
Mcldoo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 



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DIRECTORY. 159 r— 1 

Haney Thomas, High Point ^S 

Hargrove Alexander, Dalton • " -\ 

Hill Patrick, Germanton ItH 

James H.. Busicks Li~J 

Jarvis D. F. Huntsville 7^f*\ 

Lash Luther, Walnut Cove \JA 

Moore John (c), Greensboro U""l 

Osborn W. W., Sumner ^^^ 

Parish Charles (wagonmkr), Summerfield n 

Phelps Squire, Advance ^ 

Reed Joe (c), Summerfield ^^ 

Reynolds Sam (c), Salem ^^ 

Sechrist R. F., High Point w£ 

Sechrist T. A., High Point o^ 

Smith Frederick, Walnut Cove H -- 
Spaugh E. E. (wagonmkr, blacksmith), Winston §00 

Taylor G. P. (painter), Panther Creek §WS) 

Tesh Samuel, Panther Creek »q^ 

Tice W. R, Germanton "gn 

Transon & Grabbs, Bethania qS^ 

Vogler M. N., Winston WP H 

Wharton Gaston, Greensboro ^§S 

White J. S., Winston ^ < 

Yates George D., Greensboro hh>- 

Boarding. 3kS 

Blair Mrs. E. T. (hair work), High Point ^m^ 

Bolton James, High Point i^5" 

Brown Mrs. N. A., Greensboro ^P*T 

Gibson James, Winston M^H 

Graham R. Frank (fruits), Winston ^g^ 
Guilford House, E. C. Waddington, propr, Greensboro q©^ 

Lott H. T., Salem ^JOg 

Mendenhall Miss J. J., Greensboro ^ B co 

Modlin Mrs., High Point : OH 

Moore R. R., Greensboro Pgp 

Parker Mrs. Fanny, Browns Summit J|h 

Paylor Wm, High Point jj" 

Rankin W. T. (groceries), High Point gg 

Rom well Wm, High Point jg^ 

Sikes Willis, Greensboro W 

Slaughter T. S. (c), Winston h 



ft %ffl&B ELM'^&ff Don't you buy Hamlin's Wizard Oil at 

HuT \u$^M mts 11 Callum's, and save 10 cents on the bottle? 
P3c/> W W a B ■ Others charge you jjjl for the same goods. 

So 160 DIRECTORY. 

i_ i -j- _ . 

g Sloan Thomas, Greensboro 

z: Smith Mrs. L. E., Gieenshoro 
gas Stockton Mrs. Martha, Winston 
<!©,; Terry Mrs. N. J., Winston 
w ti Townsend Mrs. M. H., Greensboro 
oujH Turner Causey (c), Greensboro 
w£«l White Mrs., High Point 
^% Yarbrough Mrs. H. V., Winston 

gj^fc; Book Binding. 

gg Thomas, Reece & Co. (job printing), Greensboro 

^uj Books and Stationery. 

SzfS Blum L. V. & E. T. (Blums Almanac, People's Press, 

S« J oD printing), Salem. See page 65 

* = Doub William C, Greensboro. See page 30 

go Willliamson & Corrie (job printing, musical mdse), 

pij Winston. See lines 

Wilson John N., Greensboro 

Brick M - nufacturers. 

Dean James (c), Greensboro 

Kirkpatrick D. N. (also contractor), Greensboro. See 

page 29 
Spaugh & Miller, Winston 

Butchers. 

Benton Thomas M., Winston 

Bullock S. B. (vegetables), Greensboro 

Fagg J. C. (blacksmith), Salem 

Garrett Geo. (c), High Point 

Gerner Fred, Winston 

Hughes J. R., Greensboro 

Jones J. B. (vegetables), Greensboro 

Kelly John A. (c), Greensboro 

Mickey J. E., Salem 

Snipes Nathaniel (groceries), Winston 

Yancey D. B. (c) (vegetables), Greensboro 

Cabinet Makers. 
Ellison J. A., High Point 
Pritchett J. A., Greensboro 
Shultz J. H. (undertaker), Salem 
Thurston Peter, High Point 



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i^^^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. a % 

McAdoo House, ----- Greensboro, N. C. __-.„ 

DIRECTORY. 161 gMM 

Candy Manufactures. iuSL 

Hall W. N., Salem mi 

Potters' candy manufactory, Winston . - ^ 

Carpets, 

Brown Sample S. (clothing, shoes, dry goods), Greens- O 

boro ^T 

Ryttenberg Bros (dry goods, millinery, dressmaking, £ Q 

gents furnishings and shoes), Winston. See page &> J 

12 h ™J 

Cigar Manufactures. 3 3C 

Hall & Co., Greensboro Jj ™ 

Lindsay A. H. & Co (gen mdse), High Point j£ • 

Thompson T. 0. & Co., Winston. See page 67 ^Q 

Civil Engineers. §0^ 

Mendenhall Nevins. Westminster to^„ 

Clothing. gpg 

Armfield G. Will (dry goods), Greensboro. See sec- ©l** 
ond fly g w 

Brown Sample S. (carpets, dry goods, shoes), Greens- ig^Q 
boro OMfll 

Fishblate Mrs. F. (furnishing). Greensboro §<i2 

Jacobs Joseph (furnishing), Winston. Back cover gLj 
Long & Sackerman (furnishing), Winston -^12 

Murray W. R. (dry goods), Greensboro SH*^ 

Stein M. M. (furnishing), Winston. See lines g * 

Thompson & Franklin, (furnishing), Winston ^$T1 

Collection Agencies. ^C 

Southern Law and Collection Agency, Robert L. gnJQ 

Rodgers (lawyer), Atlanta, Ga See page 26 °m2P 

Colleges, Schools and Teachers. 3" — 

Adams E. W., Pleasant Garden j§ CO 

Bennett Seminary (c), Rev. Wilbur F. Steele, BD§ J 

Greensboro See page 30 4 ■■■ 

Cude H. C, Colfax § 2 

Currins John F. B., Company Mills ^ f± 

Dalton Institute, Dalton " zz 

Davis J. F., Westminster n CO 

Dick & Dillard (lawyers), Greensboro ■«* 



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i^ou wish a good Hair Brush or Comb of any kind, 
go to CALLUM'S DRUG STORE before you buy, 
and see their large stock. Greensboro. 

£5 162 DIRECTORY. 

^1 , — 

£4 Edwards Mrs. Mattie J., High Point 

hy Germanton Institute, Germanton 

^ Graded School (white), Prof.W. C. Doub, prin, Greens- 

P^ boro 

Q, Graded School, Prof. J. L. Tomlinson, prin, Winston 
Graded School (c), Rufus McKinzie, prin, Greensboro 

k^ Graded School (c), Winston 

jTs Greensboro Female College, Rev. T. M. Jones A. M. 

P^ D.D, president, Greensboro 
• W Hauser Ellis, Vienna 
^^h Hauser George, Vienna 
h-'O Helton W. W , Sumner 

i^JH High Point Graded School, W. A. Blair prin, High 
^H Point 

2"^ Hodgins David, Sumner 
■+-»H Jones Miss Carrie, High Point 
gGC KernersYille High School, Kernersville, S, C. Lind- 
.h * sa y ; P" 11 - See page 7 
^.GC Lehman P. T., Vienna 
K*y Lindsay Prof. S. C, Kernersville High School 



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Macon Commercial College, Macon, Ga. See top pages 



Wq Matthews Miss Mary, Greensboro 



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Mendenhall E. P.. Westminster 

Moore's Business University, Atlanta. See top pages 

Ph New Garden College, Prof. Blair, prin, New Garden 

O Oak Ridge Institute, J. Allen Halt, sen. prin, Oak 
O Ridge 

k> O'Brant M. B., Shows Mill 

*w Ppaff Artine, Vienna 

^ Phipps A. A., Shows Mill 

S Porter Miss Lina, Greensboro 

ZT Roach Ada, Sumner? 

Ej Salem Academy, Rev. Edward Rondthaler, prin, 
^ Salem. See fourth fly 

■^ Salem Academy for boys 

JH Smithdeal Business College, Prof. G. M. Smithdeal 
H prin. See first cover 

tm Sprinkle D. P., Vienna 

f^ Stack B. F., Colfax 

Lgif^ Stevenson H. F., Sumner 

[^^- Sumnierfield High School, Franklin S. Blair, prW 
*r See page 64 



"WARflff Aflfflflflfl For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 7^ff\ 
fibAliUll&K 1 bltS JPtrSacramental Wines a Specialty. KJJ. 
HNHtffVHHlMlhll McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. -«3 



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DIRECTORY. 163 

Watlington Miss Emma, Liberty Store L*^ 

Willis V. R., Sumner r ^ 

Commission. 
Calluni N. Harding & Co. (groceries), Greensboro. 
See page 25 

Contractors. Builders and Car pen ers. 

Anderson T. R., Friedberg 7~f*) 

Carter D. F., Walnut Cove ^*^ 

Davis John, Sumner ^h* 

Foltz Francis, Friedberg £?^ 

Faucht D. B., High Point 2 2. 
Gales A. J., Winston 
Keith Rev. F. M., Winston 
Kirkpatrick D. N. (brick mfr), Greensboro. See § g* 

page 29 
Lee J. M. W., Summerfield 
Mclver H. E., Salem 

McKnight David, Winston j*£ ""* 

Miller G. L. (planing mill), Winston £ 

SutliffD H., Stony Ridge ^O 

Spaugh W. J., Winston "~ N 
Thore J. H., Winston o Sj^ 

Winfree W. C, Summerfield ? £* 

Coopers. >^ 

Hauser Jashue, Panther Creek ~^* 

Parham J. W., Walnut Cove ?i ^ 

Shelton Wm., Panther Creek SJ H 

Copper Smiths. J?m 

Blum Irving Winston Ism* 

Copying Companies. ~2P 

Magie City Copying Co., J. S. Cowdon mgr. See d£® 

page 25 
Southern Copying Co., Atlanta Ga. See page 2 

Cotton Factories. i 

Arista Cotton Mills, F. & H. Fries, proprs, Salem. ° h3 

See page 10 o £S a 

Oakdale Mfg Co.. Jamestown ^O 

Williambrook Mfg Co., Dr. W. 0. Jones, prest, S. ™ © 

Causey, secy, High Point iP 



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£3 A WTTT T TUP of a11 kinds of SYRINOES, glass, 
"JS* 5 " a i uJjL JLlllM £l pewter, rubber, male and female, 

„=: ■ ' '" ■■"■ AtCalltim'iB JOr-vLs Store 

jt, 164 DIRECTORY. 

%*E 

§0O Cotton Gins. 

fiu Boon 0. L. (grist, saw mill and carder), Hinton 

P? Hanne'r & Wilson, (saw and grist mill), Hinton 

i*Jl Sbafiher Dr. J. F., Salem 

„ cc Dairies. 

WUJ Jienbow D. W. C. Greensboro 

fi§ Dentists. 

0^ Banner M. R., Walnut Cove 

3J~- Blum J. A., Winston 

b , Coble Wesley, Pleasant Garden 

g £T Curtis J. A., Thorn's Mill 

h^ Ector E. L. P., Winston 

P . Fulp Elias (physician), Walnut Cove 

h €^ Griffith J. W., Greehsboro. See next introductory 

|>^ Janes & Dal ton, Walnut Cove 

p ^ Jones W. O., High Point 

C3 Howlett W. R., High Point 

c " Hunter J. W., Salem 

Huntley J. P., Atlanta Ga. See page 25 
|£i5 Robertson & Rome, Greensboro 
J"2 Watkins C. J., Salem. See page 62 

jj^jjj Directory Publishers. 

^^ Interstate Directory Company, C. M. Gardner, H. 
■£■"«£ H. Dickson, 32 S. Broad st, Atlanta, Ga., publishers 

of Directories ot Tyler, Tex.; Gainesville, Marietta, 

_j£ Griffin, Barnesville, Rome, Cartersville, Columbus. 

Qfjp Macon, Ga.; Birmingham, Ala.; Greenville, S. C; 

CharloUe, Greensboro, Winston and Salem, N. C.; 
*-£gps Anni3ton, Ala; Georgia Pacific Gazetteer, Richmond 
*™~* and Danville Gazetteer; Montgomery, Ala.; and 
*!**££ others South and West 

fe^ Dressmaking. 

^■rt Brown Mrs. H. L., Greensboro 

|hm| Graham Mrs., High Point 

^^g Lyon & Hines Mrs., Greensboro 

fcj Orrell Mrs. L. E., Greensboro 

iMimii Ryttenburg Bros, (dry goods, gents furnishing, shoes, 

fif*- millinery, carpets), Winston. See page 12 

P^"" Shealy Mrs , High Point 



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Bfl VKfflHAllltHI Wines and Liquors Lead the State! 
T WtjW i MK \ PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 
« Mi JllnYUVMiJ M McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY . 165 

Drugs. 

Alford & Michaux, Greensboro. See page 30 - : 

Bynum Bros, Germanton h>Z 

Callum Bros & Co. (paints and onion sett growers), ct-Qj 

Greensboro. See lines Etf 

Dicks W. P. (physician), Kernersville ^J? 

Glenn R. G., Greensboro lIi 
Gray & Martin, Winston. See lines 

Porter & Dalton, Greensboro ^3£ 

Smith A. E. & Co., High Point £".■■[ 

Smith & Brown, Winston. See lines tj ■*■ 

Thompson Y. 0. (physician), Winston. See page 61 O 25 

Dry Goods. d H 

Armfied G. Will (clothing), Greensboro. See second 3"5 

fly o"""* 

Barrow J. S. & Sons (millinery, gents furnishing), Sji3a 

Winston. See fourth fly B'fi) 

Bogart W. B., Greensboro CTQ *" 

Brown Sample S. (carpets, clothing, shoes), Greens ^JJ 

boro rT'fe 

Curtis D. & Co., Greensboro § jj 

Foust George T. (harness), Winston m M 

Murray W. R. (clothing), Greensboro ^ gj 

Odell & Co. (whol groceries), Greensboro ^^i 

Pretzfelder C. & M., Greensboro £?££ 

Ryttenberg Bros (dressmaking, gents furnishing, go g| 

shoes, millinery, carpets), Winston. See page 12 



Schouler D. D* & E., Winston. See page 62 £ 

Strauss Moses, Greensboro 



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Trotter W. D., Greensboro ^KJ 

Fish and Oysters. § Q 

Howell D. (c) (restaurant), Greensboro 
Styron & Styron, Winston 

Express Companies. 

Southern Express Co., Charles Buford, mgr, Winston § * s 
Southern Express Co., R. M. Sloan, mgr, Greensboro g"F" 

Florist. P J 

Benard Joseph (groceries), Salem *C 



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ri Pfl WDERED BLACK PEPPEE, ™™- 

f A U I? per pound at CALLUM'S DRUG STORE. 



166 DIRECTORY. 

Flour Dealers. 

Fulford & Martin (groceries), Farinington 
Furches & Ellis (gen rndse), Farmington 



0) 

j Foundries and Machine Shops. 

*"■ Glascock G. T. (turbine wheels, stones), Greensboro. 

M See page 32 

^ . Miller J. H. (wagonmkr), Friedburg 

*8 Pomaroy J. V., Greensboro 
»ffe ^ Salem Iron Works, C. A. Hege, propr (saw mill), Sa- 
il! h lem 

£4 Sergeant Mfg Co. (Farrars turbine, saw mill), Greens- 
" U boro. See first paster 

gg .^ Vance J. A. (plumbing, saw mill mgr), Salem. See 
£3 Q page 8 

■j j- Fruits and Confections, 

4f S Bencini A. G., High Point 

e% ^ Burcli John D. (groceries), Winston 

&*i 9 Calcleugh E. M. & Bro (groceries), Greensboro 

gfcft Graham R. Frank (boarding), Winston 
gfep ..Star G. J., Greensboro % 

$HB g Warren R. W. (c), Winston 

fr^ Williams Henry J., Greensboro. See second fly 
g£ * Winkler C. A., Salem 
gL g Fruit Evaporators. 

vl jh Hughes Milton T., Greensboro. See page 28 
Furniture. 

Forbis W. R , Greensboro 

Gullett Robert (undertaking), Greensboro 

Jones Dr. W. 0., High Point 

Jones & Welborne, High Point 

Peterson W. & E. (coffins), Salem 

Tise Cicero & Co. (house furnishing, buggies), Win 
ston 

Yagler A. C. (undertaking), Salem 

Gas Companies, 

Greensboro Gas Light Co., Greensboro 

Salem Gas Works, F. & H. Fries, proprs, Salem 

Gas and Steam Fitting, 
Kester J. H , Winston. See page 63 



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TUVNEWGOMB'S PORE WINES, LipORS,hH 
ill TOBACCO AND CIGARS, cjf&g&jfej^ ~ 



DIRECTORY. 



167 



Yance J. A. (saw mill, merand machine shop), Win- 
ston. See page 8 

General Merchandise. 

Alexander H., High Point 

Bain T. H., Germanton 

Baker John (tob mfr and saloon), Greensboro 

Beard Roberts & Co. (tob mfrs), Kernersville 

Beard W. S., Westminster 

Beason J. H., Kernersville 

Best & Wrenn, High Point 

Beville W. E. & Bro M Hillsdale 

Bohannon B., Deep River 

Boiling A. J., Oak Ridge 

Brittain H C., Summerfield 

Brown J. R. & Co., High Point 

Brown J. W. & Co., Panther Creek 

Buchanan W, K., Greensboro 

Busick J. J., Liberty Store 

Butner F. A. & Co., Stony Ridge 

Campbell William, Germanton 

Carter W. T. & Co., Winston. See back paster 

Causey 0. S., High Point 

Clapp D. F., Brick Church 

Clarke & Ford, Winston 

Clingman John, Farmington 

Coble & Greeson, Shaws Mill 

Coble & Hanner, Brick Church 

Coffin Mrs. S. C, Sumner 

Colvard & Warren, Huntsville 

Cook Thomas E., Friendship 

Cox H. C, Dalton 

Crossland B. F., Salem 

Dalton D. N. (hotel, distiller, grist and saw mill, 

tob mfr), Dalton 
Davis L. F. (justice), Colfax 
Day Bros, High Point 
Donnell W. , Oak Ridge 
Eckel A. P., Greensboro 
Edwards B. G., New Garden 
Edwards H. C. (saw mill) Kernersville 
Elmore & McMichael, Brown's Summit 



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* d THE RIIST 810 ^^-^ 1 -"^ 

Tj^ Allli AIUIII at Callum's Drug Store. 

£4 - 168 DIRECTORY. 

£ o English W. J. & Co., High Point 
•h g Faust D. P. (tanner, grist and saw mill), Alamance 
+*£_ Fields & Turner, Greensboro 

W& Faust & Hanner, Brick Church 

r^ Foust D. P., Gibsonville 

F a Foust J. C, McLeansville 

9 2 Foust S. E, Shaw's Mill 
Hfe Fries H. W., Salem 

i/* o Fulford & Morton (flour), Farmington 
.Jj-g Fulp W. W., White Road 
2h J 3 Furches & Ellis (flour), Farmington 

c3 ^ Giersh & Senseman. See page 67 

-— ' Gilmer A. L., McLeansville 
£j? gj Gilmer J. E., Winston 

H g Grubbs J. F., Salem Chapel 
.Jh o Guyer J. M., Kernersville 
+jffl Haizlips H., Salem Chapel 

00 ^j Hall C. A. (grist mill), Halls Ferry 

2.g Hamlen, Dalton & Hunt, Winston 
.£5^ Hamlin J. D. (tob mfr), Huntsville 
^ o Hardin W. D., Pleasant Garden 
Jo Harman E. T., High Point 

© Hasten Bros, Kernersville 
^ g Hauser W. F., Panther Creek 
-M 5 Henry Edward, McLeansville 
5C ■- Hester H. A., Walkertown 

g c3 Highfill William, Summerfield 
M ffl Hiiiskaw & Bynum, Winston 

HHinshaw W. M., Winston 
Huffines Abel, Company Mills 
Huffman George, (saw and grist mill), Brick Church 
Sjfa Hodgins J. A., Centre 
^&$ Hodgin & Sullivan, Winston 

U Ingram L. J., High Point 
Isom James, (whisky distiller), Walnut Cove 
HJarvis Simeon, Farmington 
Johnson F. M, & Co, Farmington 
< Johnston & Bro, (shoemkrs), Jamestown 
Keeling J. L., Greensboro 
Kirkman J. L., High Point 
I Lash F. H., Bethania 
*■■ Lash W. A. (gristmill, tobacco mfr, whisky distiller), 
Walnut Cove 



DIRECTORY, 169 J^* 

Leadbetter E. A , Westminster q 

Lehman 0. J. & Co, Bethania I__a 

Lewis C. A., Brown's Summit 

Lindsay A. H., Friendship Qj) 

Lindsay A. H. & Co, (cigar mfrs) High Point ^r^ 

Lindsay J. A., High Point ~ 

Lindsay R. J., High Point Sr , 

Long J. J., High Point FT 

Low W., Crystal <^ 

McAdoo Mrs. M. W., Greensboro ~y 

McCracker J., New Garden Frf 

McKnight & Albright, Greensboro -^ 
Mebane W. N., Shaw's Mill pu 

Mellaway George F., Oak Ridge 

Mitchell S, S. & Bro, Brown's Summit U&, 

Moore R. A., Oak Ridge CX 

Moore W. S.. Greensboro Hy * 1 

Murphy R. F., Germanton Q 

Nissen C. F. & Co. (wagon mfrs), Salem. See page 68 O 
Nissen George E. & Co, (wagon mfrs), Salem h— l 

Pegram E. H.. Belew Creek Mills 
Pfohl & Stockton, (Central and Merchants Hotels), UX 

Winston ^ 

Poindexter H. D., Winston hf* 

Prather J. F., Winston ^ 
Reagen, Miles & Co, (grist mill, tannery), High Point >_j. 
Reed Bros. & Brooks, Winston H *■ - 

Regan, Hanner & Co, Gibsonville Cj) 

Robertson Israel, Bellew Creek Mills J-^ 
Rosenbacher S., Winston ^j 

Sapp N. W., Kernersvilie ^jf 

Sapp W. G., Friendship !=£ 

Schuest S. W., Colfax ^ pS" 

Scott J. W. & Co, (dried fruits), Greensboro £• B 

Sheek J. T. (grist mill), Halls Ferry » g 

Sheek L. A., Halls Ferry ' § P 

Smith S. W. H., New Garden "■ ^ 

Smith G. J., Summerfield ? ^ 

Smithdeal & Robertson, Advance p O 
Springs R. A., Advance £% 

Spaugh E. J., Friedberg EL. 

Stradler J. A., Salem Chapel <P 



Th flflTTATIIlliir MERCHA:NTS > y° u can save at least 20 

V lull 1 1 EM I Si I per cent, in buying your goods at Callum 
x ||y Ull & &% JS, Bros. & Co's, Greensboro. 



§ 170 DIRECTORY 



°2 Styers E. J., Ge/manton 
rS Sutton J. M. & Co, Gibsouville 
& Taylor G. W. (c), Colfax 
<^l Taylor G. W., Friendship 
■g Tise Jacob & Co, Winston. See page 4 



b 
0- 

^ o Vaughn & Pepper, Winston 
H r£ Wall P., Hillsdale 

o Walters J. H., High Point 
."S Watkins, Burton & Watkins, Winston 
pH g Welfare C R., Salem 

O k Wharton & Wharton, (agrl implements, hardware), 
. j 2- Greensboro See page 30 
^ - Wharton J. M. & Co, Jamestown 
Q £ White J. H. Jr, Winston 
C § Wiley W. M. & Co, Jamestown 
£H p5 Wilson A. G., Hinton 
5G &c Wolfe J. A., Bethania 
_ n Wrenn Bros. High Point 
H£ Wright E. H., Lewisville 
r§ _2 Yates Mrs. Mary, Salem 

q£ ■ Gents Furnishings 

P3 £ Barrow J. S. & Sons, (dry goods and millinery), 
^ a Winston. See fourth fly 



J2 



Cartland H. H. (tailor), Greensboro. See first paster 



og Fishblate Mrs. F. (clothing). Winston 
pq pq Jacobs Joseph (clothing), Winston. See back cover 
■M o Long & Sackerman (clothing), Winston 
S 5 Ryttenberg Bros (dry goods, dressmaking, shoes, car- 
™ +a pets and millinery), Winston. See page 1.2 
pH * Stein M. M. (clothing), Winston. See lines 
££j Z~ Thompson & Franklin (clothing), Winston., N. C 
P^o Grain Cradles. 

^j Faltz Eli, Friedberg 

^ Groceries. 

r^ Albright G. W., Winston 
'pnLaJ Aldrich J. P., Greensboro 
^^^ Apple J. P., Winston 
y^^» Armfield & Haskins, Winston 
^^^" Bailey Thomas, Greensboro 
Baker William, Winston 



>r \\ ines, .Liquors, Tobacco and (Jigars. HMB 
Jpg^Sacraniental Wines a Specialty. II ^ 

cArion TTonsp.. .... - O-rfipnsliorn. N\ f!_ 





DIRECTORY. 171 _ 

Black Thomas, Winston m *0 

Blum Edmund, also variety store, Winston ^ 

Black T. H„ Winston % sm 

Brockmann A. J., Greensboro /0BS& 

Rurch John D. (confections), Winston StoaJP 
Caldcleugh E. M. & Bros (confections) Greensboro 
Carr Henry, (c), Winston 
Carr J. W. (c), Greensboro 

Carter & Nelson, Kernersville eessh 

Collins William. Greensboro ^Li 
Galium N. Harding & Co (commission), Greensboro ^ 

Crumps W. B., Greensboro BS ^^ 

Dabney Ed & Son (c) Winston BiW 

Dudley A. H., Greensboro «^ 

Dunnagen Thos., Winston H !2P 

Ferrabee E. C, High Point g|ga 

Perrabee & Modlin, High Point ^ 

Flemming & Co, Greensboro SSSi 

Golden E. G., Greensboro * 

Hege Louis (c), Winston ."^^ 

Henderson John (o), Winston ^j2p& 

Holley W. E. (c), Greensboro fH&s 
Hopkins P. N., Winston 
Hoskins Allen, Greensboro 
Hoskins D. A., Winston 

Hoskins E. N., Winston ^ 
Houston W. M. (Star Tob Wasehouse), Greensboro J_j 

Hudson & Kirkman, Greensboro ^f 1 

Jarrell M. H , High Point if* 

Jeffreys Newton A. (saloon), Greensboro nj^ 

Jerden & Ferrabee, High Point °gi] 

Kendal Charles, Greensboro - £^ 

Lloyd Harper, Winston igjj 

Mangum J. W. & Co, Greensboro "r^ 

Morehead Tinnan (c), Greensboro ? ^ 

Meroney W. V. (c), Greensboro >@°\ 

Pearce N B., Winston SO^ 

Perkins R. B. (baker), Winston. See page 64 rQ 

Pfohl W. T., Winston z£d 

Pugh J. W., Greensboro ■ £3rJ 

Kankin W. T. (boarding), High Point M 

Renard Joseph (florist), Salem ~ 



& i If I KINDS * OF * DRUGS - AND * MEDICINES 

g S JilliS Sold at Callum's Drug Store, Greensboro. 



172 DIRECTORY. 



S rE 3 * 

Bw ID Rose M - * Co > Winston 
H& h Schoolfield J. W., Greensboro 
^2 2 Shore H. W., Salem 
<** K Shore N. T. & Co, Salem 
x® & Snipes Nathaniel (butcher), Winston 
e^ r Spaugh D.O., Salem 
gfi Star S. & Son, Winston 
SH Stephen W. W. (saloon), High Point 
22 2 Styron & Styron, Winston. See page 63 
Kg Talbot Samuel, Winston 
^ H Thomas D. E., Greensboro 
jjngj Thomas E. B , Winston 
„ © Walker W. J., Greensboro 
gg Wall Robert (shoemkr), Salem 
fc2 Ward A. A., Winston 
| Warren J B., Winston 
** *• Watson Jonathan, Winston 
h Whitus George (c), Greensboro 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

j* Dettmar William, (locksmith), Salem 
H Hamlett J. M., Greensboro 
q Vogler Timothy, (locksmith), Salem 
J Hair Works. 

fl Blair Mrs. E. T., (boarding), High Point 
Hardware. 



5 Allen & Allen, (house furnishing), Winston 
Brown, Rogers & Co, (machinery), Winston 



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Crawford R. A., (agrl implements), Winston 

Harris & Flippen. Greensboro 

Odell Hardware Co, (machinery), Greensboro See 
first fly 

Perry S, (spoke and handle fac), High Point 

Wakefield W. H. & Co, (paints), Greensboro 

Wharton & Wharton, (agrl implements), Greens- 
boro. See page 30 

Wheeler R. A., High Point 

Yates Charles G. Sons, (tinners), Greensboro 

Harness Makers, 

Burgers R. G., Winston 
Davis Haley, Kernersville 



E.6J 



EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes, 

McAdoo House, Gkekssboko, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 1', 



Foust George T., (drv goods), Winston UmhbsJ 
Homey Frank. High Point 

Hine L. R., Winston Y V 

Houston Levi. See page 31 Ll^ 

Kirkman J. A., Greensboro ^&*^ 

Smith F. F., Greensboro. See page 29 s*™K. 

Spaugh D. 0. & Co.. Salem ^_ _J 

Stanley Romulus, Walkerstown /* B V 

Walker J. E , Humsville (^ _^ 

Weaver P. D., Greensboro Z - ^\ 

Young Howard, Walnut Cove \^J 

Hats. h-^ 
Smoak & Fritchett (shoes), Winston. See first <^^\ 
paster i 

Hotels, TfD 

American Hotel (c), (barber shop), Gen Barringer? L#-* 

propr, Winston \&aask 

Bdo House, R. W. Belo, propr, Salem. See page 63 ^^2 
Beilbow House, D. W. C. Ben bow, propr, Greensboro /""#*") 
Boyd McD., Stony Ridge ^^ 

Central Hotel, W. D. Alsap, propr, Greensboro , mm 

Central and Merchants Hotels, Pfohl & Stockton, ^8*" 

props, (gen mdse), Winston 5*^ 

Dalton D. N., (distiller, gen mdse, grist and saw mills, d fQ 

tob mfr), Dalton ~- *** 

Farmington Academy, Farmington | ".J 

Grabbs L , Bethania g ■"" 

Howard M. D , Panther Creek o ffl 

Kerner House., Kernersville &■ *^ 

Mabry Miss Fanny. High Point Q ™ 

McAdoo House, M. D. McAdoo, propr, Greensboro g £ft 
Planters Hotel, Mrs. L. A. Rees, propress, Greens- 2. m n 

boro I *--JJ 

Salem Hotel, Adam Butner, propr, Salem <j5J% 

Sapp Hotel, Dr. B. J. Sapp, propr, Kernersville SO 

House Furnishing. s. j> 

Allen & Allen (hardware), Winston s p> 

Boozer George A. (stoves), Salem *L j 

O'Sullivan J. E., Greensboro ■ _J 

Tise Cicero & Co, (buggies, furniture), Winston P "K 
19W 



ITHE 



PUVQTnT \ TVTCl of (.iuilford, Randolph, 

JT M V OJ \jl f\ jM O Alamance, Chatham, 

and Moore counties can save money by buying 

O -g ffl, JB 21 — H_^ their Drugs from Galium Bros. & Co., Greensboro. 






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DIRECTORY. 



Ice Dealers. 
King D. H. (wood and coal), Winston. See first cover 
Tise Cicero & Co, Winston 



Insurance. 



q-« Buxton J. C. (lawyer), Winston 

.. Carr 0. W., Greensboro 
£02 City of London Fire Ins; Co., Eugene E. Gray, 
O§o a £^ Winston 

r ^ Commercial Union -Assurance Co., of London, Eu- 
rp „ gt*ne Gray, agt, Winston 

rfis Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Eugene E. 
L^l Gray, agt, Winston 

fe>g Fire insurance Association, of England, Eugene E. 
£(L - Gray, agt, Winston 

h m^ Germau American Ins. Co., of New York, Eugene 
l^E. 2 E. Gray, agt. Winston 

^O^ Gray Eugene E. (lawyer), Winston. See page* 66 
Q-.t; Grogan J. S. (lawyer). Winston 

| | Hartford Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Eugene E. 
H^5 Gray, agt, Winston 

»J|X Insurance Co. of North America, Eugene E. Gray, 
IT 1 a) I a § t ) Winston 

'jag Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., of England, Eugene E. 

m Grav, agt, Winston 



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Lion Fire Ins. Co., of England, Eugene E. Gray, 
agt, Winston 

-, ,*"^ London Assurance Corporation The, of London, 
B^j Eugene E. Gray, agt, Winston 
I™""* North British and Mercantile Ins. Co., of England, 
El"""" Eugene E. Gray, agt, Winston 
'G^SS North Carolina Home Ins. Co., Eugene E. Gray, 
f-,,^ agt, Winston 

@E Rochester German Ins; Co., of Rochester, Eugene 
Fjg3 E. Gray, agt, W'inston 

Sun Fire Office, of London, Eugene E. Gray, agt 

Winston 
Yirgiuia Home Ins. Co., of Richmond, Eugene E. 

Gray, agt, Winston 
Westesn Assurance Co., of Toronto, Eugene E. Gray, 
agt, Winston 



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EWCOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead tbe State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental, Purposes. 
McAdoo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 175 






Jewelers and Watchmakers. 
Allen E. J., Winston. See first cover 

Bahnson C. P., Farmington HX"j 

Bevan Joseph, Wins f on L: -J 

Butner T. M., Winston. See page 64 TT) 

Butterfield A. G. (news agt), High Point A 

Farrar W. B., Greensboro. See page 2 ^aaJ 

Horney W. A. (guns, etc), Greensboro -^ 

Thornton J. J., Greensboro See page 27 ^ 

Yogler Win. T., Winston. See page 4 ^ 

art 

Job Printing. M >: 

Blum L. V. & E. T. (books, Peoples Press, Blums g£ 

Almanac), Salem. See page 65 Q^ 

Hampton J. S. & Co • Greensboro. See page 28 m ~ 

Thomas, Reece & Co. (book bindery), Greensboro SoQ 

Williamson & Corrie (books, musical mdse), Wins- d#£ 

ton. See lines 2<^E 

Ht- 1 ^ 

Justices of the Peace. ^2w 

qSgc 

Anderson John N., Bethania wS H 

Apple Mebane, Company Mills . b^a 

Blair Sol J., High Point g^ 

Burk G. W., Friedberg bh^ 

Brinkley J. P., Lewisville ^jhS 

Campbell J. A., Hi^h Point gg« 

Case Charles, Oak Ridge ^, 
Case Thomas, Summerfield 

Coffin W. S. (shoemkr), Sumner V^£ 

Coltram S. H., Sumner »H£ 

Conrad A. E. (saw and grist mill), Vienna ^2^. 

Cox R. L., Bethania . o©' 1 "* 

Davis D. S., Vienna j^?9£ 

Davis J. A. (distiller), Colfax ^ H ^ 

Davis L. F. (gen mdse), Colfax " ©!i 

Dick J. M., McLeans ville Pgp 

Dilworth A., Greensbore H^ 

Dull E. C, Vienna g" 

Gilmer J. W., Gilmer's Store gg 

Goslen W. W., Vienna S^ 

Heghfill J. W., Summerfield W 

Jordan David, High Point H 



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£ 176 DIRECTORY. 

&w — ~ : 

gc» Kimel Theodore, Friedberg 

2o Kirkman W. M., Sumner 

S 3 ^ Lehman Eugene. Bethania 

ocs Lehman H. R., Vienna 

q|§ Marshall T. M., Salem Chapel 

^ McMaster W. R., Gilmers Store 

Sfe McMichael J. W. (saloon), Brown's SuiTimit 

r ^«0 Mendenhall S. H., High Point 

OluH Mitchell J. J., Brown's Summit 

^ojz Ogburn J. L. (saw mill), Summerfield 

m ~E~H Rhodes Thomas, Summerfield 

£*-.k Schoolfield C. S., Busick's 

^^ Sechrest R. F., High Point 

Styers A., Bethania 

Sullivan N. F., Bethania 
fci- Waddell J. D., St?lem Chapel 
StS Wharton W. P , McLeansville 

Wheeler C. J., High Point 



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Lawyers. 

Baldwin F. T., High Point 

Ball William S., Greensboro 

Barringer John A., Greensboro 

Boyd James E. (U. S. Dist. Attorney), Greensboro 

Buxton J. C- (insurance), Winston 

Dick & Dillard (law school), Greensboro 

Forbis James W., Greensboro 

Gray Eugene E. (insurance), Winston. See page 66 

Gregory George H., Greensboro 

Grogan J. S. (insurance), Winston 

Jordan Samuel, Greensboro 

Kerner Raba B., Winston 

King Robert R., Greensboro 

Mast D. P., Winston 

Moiehead J. T., Greensboro 

Patterson J. L., Winston 

Rayle B. Y., Winston 

Rodgers Robert L. (collection agency), Atlanta, Ga. 

See page 26 
Scott Levi, Greensboro 
Staples John N., Greensboro 
Turner J. A., High Point 
Watson & Glen, Winston 
Winston P. H., Winston 



Pf For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

iJJP@T*Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAcloo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



Lime Manufactors. 

Bolejaek B. J., Germanton 

Liquor Dealers-" 
E. G. Newcombe, Greensboro. See page 68^ 

Livery Stables 

Crutchfield & Mc Arthur, Winston 

Linville W. A. & Co., Kernersville 

Robinson J. M., Winston 

Ross & Vanstory (wagons, buggies), Greensboro 

Vanstory C. P. (wagons, buggies), Greensboro 

Lumber Dealers. 

Crews M. S. 

Gordon L. D. & Co, Panther Creek 

High Point Timber Mfg Co, W. H. Snow, prest, J. 

Lathrop, secy, High Point 
McGee Joseph, Stony Ridge 
Schaub W. H. Stony Ridge 

Lunch Stands. 

Franklin John (c), Winston 
Nelson Wm. (c) Winston 
Robinson Benj. (e), Winston 
Wagoner Geo. (c), Winston 

Machinery. 

Brown Rogers & Co. (hardware), Winston 
Odell Hardware Co. (hardware), Greensboro. See 
first fly _:^ n 

Stratford, Wakefield & Co. (agl implements), Greens- 
boro 

Marble Works. 

Durham I. W., Winston. See page 2 
Jordan Arthur, Greensboro 
Jordan B. F., High Point 
Robertson Samuel C, Greensboro 

Merchandise Brokers. 

Barringer Will C, Greensbsro 
Pegram T. H. W. Jr., Winston 
Young E. F., Winston 



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Millinery. 
2 Barrow J. S. &Sons (dry goods, furnishings), Wins- 
d Eg: ton. See fourth fly 
g !»1 Bell Mrs. E. J , High Point 
g ^"S Clark Mrs. D. L., High Point 
&J | Davis Mrs. N. S., Winston 
cp s Douthit Mrs. T. B., Salem 
fc g Fields Miss Mary, High Point 
>i d Gorrell Mrs. C 0., Greensboro 
rS ^ Moore Mrs. W. S., Greensboro 

°~ Kyttenlberg Bros (dry goods, dressmaking, gents fur- 
o p° nishinhs, shoes), Winston. See page 12 
r-H ^3 Stanton & Bynum. Winston 
§ o White Mrs. J. S., Winston 

£ o Mills-Grist. 

tg t- Andrews L. W., Greensboro 
m 2 Asburn W. A., Stony Ridge 
ja ys Bitting B. L., Bethania 

c ^ Boon 0. L. (carder, gin and saw mill), Hinton 
S P? Brittain John, Oak Ridge 
v. o Carter & Hedgecock, High Point 
j- -5 Clapp Joshua (saw), Alamance 
jjjj *» Cobb Peter, McLeansville 
s_ s Conrad A. E. (saw mill and justice), Vienna 
<? % Cooper W. J. See page 65 

r ~ l Covington James M., Walnut Cove 



Cunningham Mrs. B. A., Browns Summit 

Dalton D. N. (hotel, distiller, gen mdse, saw mill, tob 
mfr), Dalton 

Davis J. M., Centre 

Daggett C. R., Browns Summit 
m ^ Dannell I. B, McLeansville 
{^Q Dundass Marshall (saw mill), Westminster 
fesraj Farrar W. B., Browns Summit 

^™^ Faust D. P. (tanner, gen mdse, saw mill), Alamance 
££H» Freeman J. W. (saw), Freeman's Mill ^ ■-%& 

■*■ 3 Fryar Barton (saw mill), Campany Mills 

^^g Gray, Hamner & Co, High Point 
^*^| Gray Julias, Busicks 
•■■^ Hairston Cable (saw), Walnut Cove 
^S Hall C. A. (gen mdse), Halls Ferry 



WfUflfllTARflflRfl For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 7^f*\ 
EMUMM 1 LHa ^"Sacramental Wines a Specialty. Ijfj 
M i" McAdoo House, - - - Greensboro, N1 C. ^ 

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DIRECTORY. 

Hamburg Mills, Summerfield U^^ 

Kanner & Wilson (saw mill and gin), Hinton r ~''N 

Harmon J. S, Kernersville 

Harmon & Smith, Kernersville 

Huffman Geo. (saw and gen mdse), Brick Church 

Idol W. H. (basket mfr), Jamestown 

Jarrell N. C. & Son (tannery) High Point 

Kapp Thos. J., Bethania Q^ 

Kerne W. M. (saw), Brick Church 

Kerner Dr. E. (physician), Kernersville O^ 

King J. L. (saw mill), Oak Ridge q q 

Lash B., Bethania H ^f. 

Lash W. A. (tob mfr, whiskey distillery and gen J? CD 

mdse), Walnut Cove 2 rt- 

Lowry W. A., Walkerstown 7L J3 - 

Marshall & Strader, Salem Chapel CD CD 

Matthews L. P., Kernersville ^Ej 

Medearis fm. White Road jS 4 ^ 

Mendenhall, Pickett & Welch, Deep River CD 

Miller & Co, High Point g ^ 

Miller J. F., Bethania H.$T 

Miller J. H , Friedberg g 

Moores Mill, Summerfield 2 m 

Morris H. A, Germanton r rf 

Morris M., Germanton >^ 

Moses Isreal, Sedge Garden _" |v * 

Nicholson J. 0- & Co , Winsotn gx M^ 

Oakdale Flouring Mill, Jamestown | 1 '^ 

Payne & Brown High Point i?> P 

Pavne J. W.. Colfax $5 g 

Phipps G. W. & Son, Shaws Mill |i E, 

Pickett W. P., & Co (tob mfrs), High Point ^° P 

Robertson J. A., Belew Creek Mills ^"CD 
Salem Flour & Grist Mill, W. J. Cooper, propr, |g H . 

Salem h?, fft- 

Scott & Woody, Thorn's Mill §£"** 

Sheek J. T. (sen mdse), Halls Ferry ' £ 

Spainhower C. T. (saw mill), Old Richmond x *V 

Spainhower W. W. (saw mill) Old Richmond ° S 

Styers A. P. (saw), Rural Hall -CD 

Summers Betsy, (saw), Gibsonville " £& 

Summers Narcissa, Company Mills ^ 






t© K flffff f fWfl of all kinds of SYRINGES, glass, 

O ii l ULL LlJsil pewter, rubber, male and female, 

q§ " ' waM a '" M -A-t Q^ll-ui333. , !B X>i»xa.s Store 

^ 180 DIRECTORY. 

£, Wachovia Flour & Grist Mills, Salem 
^ . Wagoner R. B., Salem Chapel 
+2 £3 Westmoreland N. G , Germanton 

pn © Williams Joseph, Panther Creek 
T-i a Woody N. D, Shaws Mill 
SC § Mining Companies. 

HgU Arm field Gold & Copper Co, High Point 
£!*>**• Ferrabee Gold & Copper Co, High Point 
M », Hill's Mining & Smelting Works, W, Nichols, supi, 
T J «£ Sumner 

gg p£ Lindsay Gold & Copper Co, High Point 
r, q North State Gold & Copper Co, Jamestown 

kS Mill Wrights. 

'q» ^ Tillottson W. H., Walnut Cove 

P ^ Musical Merchandise. 

*?'& Williamson & Corrie (books, job printing), Winston. 

2+^ See lines and page 68-J 

ffl © Butterfield A. G. (jeweler), High Point 

*2 O Newspapers. 

« ^ Central Protestant (Methodist), J. L. Michaux, ed, 

Q jS-t Greensboro See page 32 

O KernerSTille News, J. H. Lindsay, ed and propr, Ker- 

S5 nersville 

0«h Patriot Weekly The, John B. Hussey, ed and propr, 
OS Greensboro. See page 31 

H c5 Peoples Press, L. V. & E. T. Blum, eds and proprs, 
C£>P3 Salem. See page 65 

r^ ^ Pioneer The, Frank T. Baldwin, ed and propr, High 
rf)j£ Point 

rg£ North State The, (weekly), N. C. Publishing Co, 
pw+s eds and props ; W. R. McCormick, bus mgr, Greens- 
?! C3 boro 

§ Union Republican, J. W. Goslen, ed and propr, Win- 
*^ ton. See page 67 

>»3 Winston Leader, J- A. Robinson, ed and propr, 
02 Winston. See page 66 

H Western Sentinel, E. A. Oldham, ed and propr, 
Winston. Next 68 

H Workman Daily The, Workman Pub Co, J. L. 
Michaux, ed, Greensboro. See page 32 



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Wines and Liquors Lead the State ! 
PURE TENT WINESfor SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 

McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



181 



See page 32 



Notions. 
Blickenderfer J., Salem 

Nurser "-*■ 

Benbow T. J., Oak Ridge 
Benbow W. E., Oak Ridge 
Lindley J. C & Bro, Greensboro. 
Lindley J. Van, Salem Junction 
Ragsdale & Bro, Jamestown 
White B. F., Jamestown 
Winchester L. C, Oak Ridge 

Colon Sett Growers. 
Galium Bros- & Co, (drugs and paints), Greens- 
boro. See lines and page 68| 

Paints. 

& Co, (drugs, and onion set growers,) 
See lines and page 68^ 

Painters. 

Salem 
Taylor G. P., (blacksmith), Panther Creek 

Paper Mills. 

Wachovia Paper Mills, Salem 

Photographers. 
Broadaway J- S., Winston. See page 62 
Clark D. L., High Point 
Lineback H. A., Salem 
Wharton C. P., Greensboro 



Callum Bros. 
Greensboro. 

Johnson J. R. 



Physicians. 

Alfred Dr. H. M., Greensboro 
Archer Wm., Hillsdale 
Armfield D. A., Jamestown 
Bahnson H. T., Winston and Salem 
Beall W. P., Hillsdale 
Bradshaw W. G., Jamestown 
Brown J. R., High Point 
Burton J. W., High Point 
Bynum J. G., Germanton 
Coble W. A.. Brick Church 



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> pnWDEEED BLACK PEPPER, a ff 5 S 

H lUfT per pound at CALLUM'S DKUG STORE. ; 

|jj 182 DIRECTORY. __ 

g>M 59! Clingman J. J., Huntsville 

5 Q Collier Dr, R. B., Salem 

< p Cook S. A., Oak Ridge 

^ {|j Cox J. J.. High Point 

■ i 2 Dalton D. N., Winston See page 62 

IM™ Davis S. D., Vienna 

(jj ^ Dewey R. K., Brown's Summit 

f& „ Dicks W. P. (drugs), Kernersville 

5 U Ector J. G., Winston 

^ tH Fox M. F., Gilmer's Store 

-J S3 Fox M. L., Thorn's Mill 

■« O Fulp Elias, (dentist), Walnut Cove~ 

™ X Gardner Chas K., Winston 

""" |sj Gray R. F., (of Gray & Martin, drugs), Winston 

C0 -sj Gregory R. K., Greensboro 

L. m Hall & Beall, Greensboro 

hb S Harris B. Y., Summerfield 

"3 H Hauser R. A.. Bethania 

7Z O Hay R. D., Winston 

W J Hill L. H, Germanton 

0J ° Hunt L. G., Huntsville 

*m UJ Jones A. G., Walnut Cove 

II fi£ Jones B., Bethania 

™* O Kerner Dr. E. (grist mill) 

H£ 5 Logan John A., Greensboro 

Q = Long T., Huntsville 

t" Marley H. B., Greensboro 
O ~£ McDaniel A. P., McLeansville 
■jp ^* McLean J. A., McLeansville 
"J E McNairy W. H., Shaw's Mill 
*** |j£g Montague S. J , Winston. See page 61 



{ft, t Morris John H., Walkerstown 
JJ{ H Park W. T., Atlanta, Ga. Se 



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Phipps L. A., Shaw's Mill 
■ 5 piunkett John, Sumner 
|g» ^ Porter A. S , Greensboro 
■na Sapp B. J- (hotel), Kernersville 

($ Shaffner J. F. (of Shaffner & Hannah, tob mfrs), Sa- 
«% lem 

Siewers N. S., Salem 

Thompson T. 0. (drugs), Winston. See page 61 

Willis A. T., Sumner 



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NEWCOMB'S PURE WINES 

TOBAC€0 AND CIGARS, 



, LIQUORS, 

McAdoo House) 
GREENSBORO, K. C. 



DIRECTORY. 



IS: 



Willis Hugh, Summerfield 
Wiseman J. W., Farmington 
W T olif N. A., Stony Ridge 
Wright W. F., Busick's 

Planing Mills- 

Cox. Parker & Co. (shuttle block), Salem 
Fogle Bros, Salem 

Mendenhall & Bro. (sash and blinds), Greensboro 
Miller G. L. (contractor and builder), Winston 

Plumb* ng and Gas Fitting. 
Kester J. H., Winston. See page 63 
Sullivan E. C. 0. (house furnishing), Greensboro 
Tance J. A. (machine shop), Salem. See page 8 

Potteries. 

Crouse D. N., Salem 
Ellison A. H., Greensboro 

Produce. 

Houston W. M. (feed), Greensboro 
Woodson T. L., Greensboro 

Pump Manufacturers. 

Warner J. A., Winston 



Railroads. 

Greensboro, Salem and Winston. See page 41 

Real Estate- 
Faster & Eggert, Greensboro 
Kerner & Oldham Winston. See page 61 
Wachovia Land Office, Rev. C. L. Rights, prest, Sa 
lem 

Restaurants. 
Bailey L. E., Greensboro 
Black Jane (c), Greensboro 
Brown Sue (c), Greensboro 
Bullock S. B. (c), Greensboro 
Coats Dock (c), Winston 
Gantt Hattie (c), Greensboro 
Harris Robert (c), Greensboro 
Howell D. (c) (fish), Greensboro 



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"^O mif 11 HTBCim STOOTC" OF DRUGS an <* Medicines 

O U TH E KEVI ° ±UUn - in Greensboro can be found 

'•gjZ JLMJJ IJJJJLt at Cali " m ' s g£Mg Store. 

ftj .184 DIRECTORY. 

-r—* j-j . _ . 

H 3 R. & D. Depot Restaurant, L. M. Hawkins, propr, 
•h g Greensboro 

h-> jr Saloons- 

g^ Allen J. W., Greensboro 



U c5 Alsop Bros, Winston 



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Alsop W. D. (botel), Greensboro 



j &* Barker John (gen mdse and tob mfr), Greensboro 
' H ^ Fields J. E., Greensboro 

foS Jeffreys Newton A. (groceries), Greensboro 

+a "2 Jones George (c), Greensboro 

^ § Livingood T. A. & Co., Winston 

S*^£ Loper Barnhart, Winston 

^*— ' McCauley Samuel J., Greensboro 
O © McMichael J. W. (justice), Brown's Summit 

pj ^ Morehead W. R. & T. (c), Greensboro 
- h . o Newcoml) E. G., Greensboro. See lines and page 68| 
-4-»W Phelps & Vogler, Winston 

j£ bxj Rose H., Winston 

H.2 Sechrest J. M., High Point 
•3-5 Short J. A., Greensboro 
»H J2 Stephens W. W. (groceries), High Point 

•xO Whitman John, Lewisville 
£ © Winkler C. A. (groceries), Winston 

jj? I Sash and Blind Factories. 

(3D-— Barker A. A. & Son, (spoke and handle, wagon and 

h ^ carriage mfrs), High Point 
.Jh pq Greensboro Sash and Blind Factory, J. R. Menden- 

hall, secty, Greensboro 
i___ Snow W. H , (spoke and handles, shuttle block mfr), 
i™ 1 High Point 

££% Saw Mills- 

'%&$ Boon 0. L., (gin, grist mill carder,) Hinton 
|l| Boren A. P. (grist mill), New Garden 
UP Burk G. W. & Son, Fried berg 

, 1 Clapp Joshua, (grist), Alamance 

P™ 8 Conrad A. E., (grist mill and justice), Vienna 

^* Conrad Bros. & Co, Vienna 
t tfSt Conrad F. J., Vienna 

^8 Dalton D. V., (hotel, distiller, gen mdse, grist mill, 

J tob mfr), Dalton 
Dundas Marshall, (grist mill), Westminster 






DIRECTOR Y, 185 

Eagleson John, Salem Chapel . 

Edwards H. C. (gen mdse), Kernersville \^^ 

Faust D. P. (tanner, gen mdse, grist mill), Alamance ^ A 

Freeman J. W. (grist), Freeman's Mill ■ J^ 

Fryar Baston, (grist mill), Company Mills UsktcJ 

Hairston Cabell, [grist], Walnut Cove -3 

Banner & Wilson, [gin and grist mill], Hinton 

Huffman George, [grist and gen mdse], Brick Church 

Ingold Daniel, Shaw's Mill 

Kerne W. M., [grist], Brick Church 

King J. L. [grist mill], Oak Kidge 

Love William, Greensboro 

Mise Franklin, Shaw's Mill 

Yissen George E. & Co, Panther Creek 

Ogburn Jno. L.. [justice], Summerfleld ^^\ 

Pegg M. H., Colfax U^> 

Salem Iron Works, C. A. Hege, propr, [machine shop ^ t 

and foundry], Salem ftfl 

Scott J. L.. McLeansville ^ ^* 

Sergeant Mfg Co, [Farrar's turbine foundry], Greens- kna^ 

boro. See first paster ^ 

Spainhower C. T. [grist mill], Old Richmond M 

Spainhower W. H. [grist mill], Old Richmond 



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Spaugh T. H., Friedberg §^ 

Speas Bros, Vienna g H! 

Stoltz W. H., Sedge Garden £g 

Styers A. P. [grist mill 1, Rural Farm ^©^ 

Summers Betsv, [grist], Gibsonville SgdO 

Wall C.T., Germanton £M A 

Saw Mill Manufacturers. £JjJ, 

Sergeant Mfg (Jo, [foundry and machine shop, tur- £jj 

bine wheel], Greensboro. See first paster £<?> 

Vance J. A. [machine shop, plumbing], Salem. See ^g* 

™ e8 l§5 

Scale Manufacturers. 3 © 

%& 
Georgia Scale Co, Thos. M. Taylor, mgr, Atlanta,*© 

Ga. See page 25 ■ cj 

Jones of Bingham pton, Bingham pton, N. Y. See -°£2 

page 26 r & 



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MERCHANTS, you can save at least 20 
per cent, in buying your goods at Callum 
Bros. & Co's, Greensboro. 



186 DIRECTORY. 



g Sewing: Machines. 

k£ Ormsby W. P. [o^ans], Winston 

^ Singer Mfg Co, C. E. Holton, mgr, Greensboro 

<v. Singer Mfg Co, C. L. Cline, mgr, Winston 



V g Shoe Dealers. 

H £ Boyd R. F. & Co, Greensboro. See lines and page 68f 

0<p Brown Sample S-, [carpets, clothing, dry goods], 
:£ Greensboro*" 
£^ g Robertson J. B., High Point 
Q *-* Ryttenberg Bros (dry goods, millinery, dressmaking, 

carpets), Winston. See page 12 
^^ Small E A. (crockery), Greensboro 
Q S Smoak& Pritchett (hats), Winston, See first paster 

9,9 Shoemakers. 



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Bane A. A , Greensboro 



^3 |° Bowley H. W., Greensboro 

gH J Cartland F. G., High Point 

GC^ Coffin W. S. (justice), Sumner 

p^p* Doughty Chas. H., Greensboro 

{£ Edwell James, Winston 

ry* 2 Farrington Tilman, Friendship 

5 § Hubbard Albert, Friendship 

j.= Johnston Bros (gen mdse), Jamestown 

IS Jones S. R. (c), Greensboro 
p^ PQ Joyce Ed (c), Greensboro 
M © Lewis W. M. (c), Winston 
S t9 Lasn D. W., Kernersville 
" ^ Marshall James (c), Greensboro 
pH * McCanclless W. J.. Winston 
Aj* ^ Meinung E. A., Salem 
02 O Mitchell Wesley (c), Winston 
rj Paylor Frankling, 
^ Pitts J. H., Winston 
W Porter L. M., Salem 
.,»- 5^ Reid W. F., Westminster 
LLJ Reich C. A., Salem 
~ Reich H. C, Winston 
Riggs Jesse, Winston 
Rittenberry D. H., High Point 
Wall Robert (groceries), Salem 



For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

ifPipr'Sacraniental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, "N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 187 



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Shuttle Block Manufactures. 

Cox, Parker & Co. (planing mill), Salem 

Snow W. H. (spoke, handle, sash and door mfr), High 

Point 
Wheeler & Bro. (spoke and handle factory), Gibson- 

ville 

Soap Stone duarries. 
Haskins Chas. R„ High Point 
Wheeler Wm , High Point 
Wheeler W. W., Westminster 

Spoke and Handle Factories ^^ 

Barker A. A. & Son (sash and blind, wagon and car- ^q »H 

riage mfrs), High Point ^ jp| 

Greensboro Handle Works, Thomas McMahan, propr, S 3^ 

Greensboro ^ gp 

Johnson J. H., Jamestown -n 

North Carolina Handle Factory, V. G. Hundley, ^ ^ 

propr, Greensboro ^h ( J 

Perry S. (hardware), High Point H ^ 

Seed H. W, Jamestown S [ 

Snow W. H. (shuttle block, sash and door mfr), High q /-v 

Point pi\J 

Wheeler & Bro. (shuttle), Gibsonville fcjj j 

Stoves. « [j 

Boozer George A. (house furnishing), Salem © Hj 

Glascock G. T. (foundry, turbine wheels), Greensboro H rH 
Stewart George (tinware), Winston. Seepages WH 

Tailors. & b! 



Cartland H. H. (furnishing), Greensboro. See first 



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Hughes H., Salem 
Schaub J. F., Winston 







Hughes J. M., Greensboro b=J 



Reed Mrs. Nancy (tailoress), Winston 
Wilson P. A., Winston 



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Johnston Robert D., Winston S3 

Tanneries. hi— 

Baldwin John P., Huntsville 2 §£ 

Doub E. M. C, Bethania ? m 



i £, k T I KINDS * OF * DRUGS x AND * MEDICINES 

g a iUlil Sold at Callum's Drug Store, Greensboro. 



188 DIRECTORY 



H§ fl Fries J. W., Salem 

Hss h Faust D. P. (gen mdse, grist and saw mill), Ala- 

&n® « mance 

«4 B P Jarrell N. C. & Son (grist mill), High Point 

asS g McCanley J. A., Gibson vilie 

%>n" Mendenhali & Sons, Deep River 

SS Smith A. J., Walnut Cove 

BH Smith J. F , Walnut Cove 

«9 Reagen, Miles & Co. (gen mdse and grist mill) High 

&^ Point 

§ H Telegraph Companies. 

r m$ Southern Telegraph Co., C, T. Thompson, mgr, 

2^© Greensboro 

H*= Western Union Telegraph Co., S. A. Howard, mgr, 

g^i Greensboro 

S Western Union Telegraph Co., A. J. Shelly, mgr,. 

T* Winston 
g pj Tinners and Tin Roofers 

Blum Irving (also coppersmith), Winston 

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k Hoover Samuel, High Point 

[kj Rempson W. S., Winston. See page 64 

Stewart George (stoves), Winston. See page 8 
® Strupe & Co., Salem 
■h Yates Charles G. Son's (hardware) Greensboro 

{§ Tobacco Manufacturers. 

U Bailey Bros, Winston 

$ Banner & Bailey, Walnut Cove 

-' Barker John (gen mdse and saloon), Greensboro 

Beard, Roberts & Co. (gen mdse), Kernersville 

Bitting & Whitaker, Winston 

Blackburn & Bro , Germanton 

Blackburn, Dalton & Co., Winston 

Blackburn Samuel. Germanton 

Brown & Brother, Winston 

Brown & Sapp, Kernersville 

Butner J. A. & Co, Salem 

Byerly S. & Son, Winston 

Bynum & Cotten, Winston 

Candler R. L. & Co, Winston 

Crews Reuben, Salem Chapel 

Dalton D N. (hotel, distiller, gen mdse, grist and saw 
mill), Dalton 



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EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the state 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



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D [RECTORY. 189 



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Dodd D. W. & Bro, Winston 

Ellis W. J. & Son, Winston 

Fields W. A., Greensboro 

Hamlen D. & Co, Winston 

Hamlin J. D. (gen mdse), Huntsville 

Hanes P. H. & Co, Winston (~J 

Harding & Steelman, Huntsville . JimT 

Hartman C. A. & Co, Farmington [ j 

Johnson Eugene, Farmington 

Kerner & Greenfield, Kernersville 

Kernersville Manufacturing Co, Kernersville 

King J. L. & Co, Greensboro 

Lash W. A (grist mill, whisky distiller, and gen 

mdse), Walnut Cove 
Leak W. H. & Co, Kernersville 
Leak T. F, Winston 
Ledbetter & Co, Winston 
Lehman 0. J., Bethania 

Lockett & Vaughn, Winston „_ 

Morrison L. S , Stony Ridge \J^- 

Norfieet M. W. & Co, proprs Piedmont Tob Warehouse, s* 

Winston > r m 

Ogburn & Hill, Winston ~ ' 

Orrender C. ft., Bethania ^ ™ 

Pickett W. P. & Co. (grist mill), High Point B TO 

Reynolds Bros, Salem £'Pi 

Reynolds H. H., Winston B g» 

Reynolds R. J. Winston 
Reynolds William, Salem 
Robertson H. E. & Co, Advance & to 

Scales H. C. & Co, Winston Q Zl 

Shaffner & Hannah, Salem § W 

Steeger Thomas, Winston £• ^ 

Sullivan N. B, Walkerstown -^ PI 

Vaughn T. L., Winston ^ a 

Vogler W. A., Lewisville 5 

Welborne H. R & Co, High Point 5 JJ 

Williamson & Son, Winston g S 

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STOflTC OF DRIJGS and Medicines !3 ^ 
UiUUiX. ^ n Greensboro can be found 
at Callum's Drug Store. 

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§g Winston Tob Mfg Co, J. W. Reed, preet, T. W. 
'f.Jj Huske, sect and treas, Ed. L. Jones, mgr, Winston 

§*§ Tobacco Warehouses, Dealers and Brokers. 
cTg Brown & Carter, Winston 

S^ Farmers Warehouse, A. B. Gorrell, propr, Winston 
ots Hall & Edmunds, Winston 

, H ~ Houston & Lyon, proprs Star Tob Warehouse, 
£)o2 Orinoco Warehouse, Winston 

Q&o Feidmont Warehouse, M. W. Norfleet & Co, Winston. 
Ki^a See third flv 
r g c Sheppard B. J & Co, Winston 
p<l| Mteger T. T., Winston 
HP'S Williamson & Smith, Winston 

rt§""- Undertaking, 

•"Tla" Gullett Robert (furniture), Greensboro 
Jffi S Shultz J. H. f cabinet maker), Salem 
£uo^ Voyler A. C. (furniture), Salem 

PS 
as V riety Stores. 

jj|,3 Blum Edmund (groceries), Winston 
£m 6 Vegetables. 

|>gg Bullaok S. B. (butcher), Greensboro 
r !eW Jones J B. (butcher), Greensboro 
_ Pace W. H. (c), Winston 

Yancey D. B. (c) (butcher), Greensboro 

Wagon and Carriage Makers. 



Bain J. A., High Point 

Baker A. A. & Son (spoke and handle, sash and blind 

mfrs), High Point 
Bevel A.W., Winston 
Brigs Bros., Westminster 
Burns Thos. & Son, High Point 
Burns Z. A., High Point 
Farabee S. W., Winston 
Fishel A. T., Friedberg 
Flynt R. S , Winston 
Jordan & Harrell, Kernersville 
Ledford George, Greensboro 



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EWCOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
Mc \cloo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 191 



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Lewis & Huff, Kernersville \^r 

Lewis J. CL, Greensboro -^M 

Meimmg F. C., Salem _ U>nJ 



Miller J. H. (machine shop), Frieclberg 

Nifong Jacob, Frieclberg 

Nissen C. F. & Co. (gen mdse), Salem. See page 



Nisseu Geo. E. & Co, Salem LaJ 

Parish Charles (blacksmith), Summerfield p*™^ 

Richardson J. A., Westminster j^ 
Ross & Vanstory (livery), Greensboro 

Spaugh E. E. (blacksmith), Winston ^"g 

Spach W. E. & Son, Salem ^ 

Stark L. T. Westminster w£ 

Transon & Stolty, Bethania o^ 

Vanstory C. P. (livery), Greenboro J^- 



Vanstory W. N., Greensboro 



White J. A. & Son, Winston §WW 

White J. S., Winston «og 

Water Wheels. ^2w 

Oiascock G. T., (foundry, stoves), Greensboro. See wS H 
page 32 >*£ 

Sergeant "Mfg Co, (mfrs Farrars' turbine, saw mills, ^L^ 
foundry), Greensboro See first paster HHt> 

brt H ^ 

Water Works. s^kS 

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Salem Water Works, Frank H. Fries, pres, Salem 3a~ 
Winston Water Works Co, Thomas J. Wilson, prest ; ^^ 
G. W. Hinshaw, sec and treas, Winston ^^£ 

Well Fixtures. ^g« 

Tise Well Fixtures, C. H. Tise, prop, Winston. See o©^ 

page 7 H ^ 

Whisky Distilleries. .^ ft « 

Burchfield J. Y., Germanton ^SS 

Bailey Lewis, Advance j^ 

Bailey W. A. & C. G., Advance gj" 

Call Davis, Advance g^ 

Connatzer Jacob, Advance ^^ 
Dalton D. N., (gen mdse, grist and saw mills, tob |j 

mfr), Dalton H 






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Davis J. A. (justice), Colfax 

Gentry W. H., Walnut Cove 

Isam James (gen mdse), Walnut Cove 

Lash W. A., (grist mill, tob mfr, gen mdse), Walnut 

Cove 

Woolen Mills. 
Freeman's Woolen Mills, Freeman & Bodie, props, 

Freeman's Mills 
Fries' Woolen Mills, F. & H. Fries, props, Salem. 

See page 10 
Stipes W. B., Winston 
Watkins W. H., Winston 
Whitlock John, Huntsville 
Williams Joseph, Panther Creek 

Wood and Coal. 

Coal Creek and New River Coal Co, H. B. Peters, agt> 

Greensboro 
King|D. H., (ice), Winston. See first'cover 



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McAtloo House, Greensboro, N. C. _ 



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Davie county 14 miles from Winston, shipping and ta 

trading point. ^ 

BUSINESS. S 



Bailey Lewis, whisky distiller k^ 



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Bailey W. A. & C. G., whisky distillers gj-L 

Call Daniel, whisky distiller SJ!}** 

Connatzer Jacob, whisky distiller ^Z 

Phelps Squire, blacksmith P^n 

Robertson H. E. & Co., tob mfrs oJj w 

Shutt G. H. C, gen mdse § a 

Smithdeal & Robertson, gen mdse fe$** 

Spings A. A., gen mdse ^MfTJ 

Farmers— Bailey C G, Bailey R, Railey W A, Ellis o^Z 
W R, March WB, Markland Geo, Markland Matthew, gjkj 
Phillips F M, Sedden Geo. gS 

ALAMANCE. § b 8 

Guilford county, 4 miles from Gibson ville, on Golds* §fjT1 
boro branch ; its shipping point via of which it is 23 S*i f" 
miles to Greensboro, county seat. ^Tl 

BUSINESS. |«2 

Clapp Joshua, saw and grist mill „4- aE 

Faust D. P., tanner and gen mdse, grist and saw mills ^ fi% 

Farmers — Bernhardt Levi, Boon C A, Cobb Jacob h ■_ 
D, Dick R C, Faust D P, Faust J. W, Rankin Jno H, § * 
Shepherd J N, Smith R W, Wharton C A. 3 3 

BELEW CREEK MILLS- Jj 5 

Forsyth county, located in the northeast portion of ' "!? 

the county, about 18 miles from Winston, county seat, " W 

shipping and trading point. ■-»- 



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£5 BUSINESS. 

Pegram E H, gen mdse 
£ o Robertson J. A., grist mill 
d, g Robertson Israel, gen tndse 

« r~ Farmers— Adams E M, Crim Wm, Hane D S, 
o ^ Hester Jno, Linville R S, Medearis M D, Medearis W 
s- £^ M, Nelson Elijah, Pegram W J, Robinson J A, Thomas 
g|gNat. _ 

o^ BETHAKIA. — 

^ ^ Forsyth county, 12 miles north of Winston, county 
>* g seat and shipping and trading point, ^»g 

^ w business: 

o n 3 Anderson Jno N., justice 
r-H ^ Bitting B. L., grist mill 

o © ^ ox R- ■"-'■' j ^istice 
•g P3 Doub E. M C, tannery 

po ^ Grabbs L., hotel 

■g £ Greider Rev. E P., Moravian 

rJD g Hauser R. A., physician 
<-£ •£; Jones B., physician 

o "5 Kapp Thomas J., grist mill 
j^ PQ Lash B., grist mill 
^ ^ Bash F. H., gen mdse 

*2 "5 Lehman Eugene, justice 

^a +? Lehman O. J., tob mfr 

in _ Lehman 0. J. & Co., gen mdse 
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Miller J. F., grist mill 
5~ Orrender C. R , tob mfr 

Pegram Rev. T. H., undertaker 

Styers A., justice 

Sullivan N. F., justice 

Transou & Grabbs, blacksmithing 
kpn. Transou & Stoltz, wagon mfrs 
G*0 Wolfe J. A., gen mdse 

^»»$ Farmers— Butner A E, Butner A I, Capp E T, 
4™* Clayton M C, Clayton W F, Doub Emory, Doub Jas, 
Hfiy* Doub Jno, Doub J F, Doub Jno Q, Doub J N S, Doub 
^^ O F, Doub Winfield, Elliott Henry, Fisher Conrad, 
jjMg Flint Fountain, Grabbs L S, Grabbs Wm, Greider A 
PZT L, Janes Dr Beverly, Kapp T J, Kapp W W, Kiser 
■" ^ ~_ Henry, Kiser Tandy, Kreger Henry, Kreger Timothy, 
< i «n I Kreger Wm, Lash F H, Lash T B, Lawrence Jno, 



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DIRECTORY. 195 



Lehman E T, Lehman W E. Leinbach Edgar, Long ^dA 
Jesse, Lone Solomon. Long Thomas, McGee Andv, <^nJ 
McGee H H, Miller J T, Miller S A, Moser H t ^j 
Moser Israel, Null Jno, Orrender C R, Pfaff Ed, Porter T " " 
Geo, Reich R D, Scott Jno, Shore A E, Shouse Daniel, "Vi 
Shouse Jesse, Shore Levi, Stauber L B, Stoltz C C, f'Tj 
Stoltz P A, Stoltz Wm, Strupe L J, Strupe William, p. ■* 
Spease Edwin, Spease Henry, Spease J, Spease J H, (_jiQ 
Speace Sidney, Transou Alex, Transou Ephraim, 
Transou Evan, Transou Joseph, Vest Charles 0, Vest r\^ 
Lewis, Warner Jacob. © © 

Brick Church. g g* 

Guilford county, 16 miles southeast of Greensboro, *y 
couuty seat, and nearest shipping point. P A 

BUSINESS. 6 3 

Coble & Hanner, gen mdse rf p 

Coble W. A., physician £ •— 

Clapp D. F., gen mdse 2 

Faust & Hanner, gen mdse & £) 

Hanner Kime, gen mdse *"* £2 

Huffman Geo., saw and grist mill and gen mdse £5 

Kerne W. M , saw and grist mill * j^J 

Parker E'ev. E P.. Luthran f'&r 

Wetker Rev. G. W., Associate Reformed >^ 

Famers— Brown Rilev, CUpD C, Copp, David F, ~ H 
Clapp Denny, Clapp D VV J, Clapp Geo W, Clapp Jacob § r El 
W, Clapp Jacob, Clapp Jno E, Clapp Joe W, Clapp J J, » B ^ 
Clapp J P, Clapp Michael, Clapp Thomas, Coble Ab- ^'ej 
ne/, Coble Albert, Coble A C, Coble D H, Coble John ?2 £ 
A, Coble Dr W A, Faust Z M, Fogleman John M, || £• 
Fogleman L A, Fogleman Peter, Fogleman W H, t-£5t 
Greeser G W, Greeson M N", Grussett N, Holt J L p,'^ 
Hoffman Geo, Ingle Albert, Ingle Geo F, Ingle John, §~ j-£ 
Ingle Z, Kime Wm, Murray J W, Packer Rev E P, c"!.^. 
Sharp A, Sharp Jacob, Sheppard Abner. Shepherd J v 
R, Sheppard Simon, Shepherd W H, Shoffner Guorg<- 
F, Wharton E G, Wharton John, Wood J R. 

Brown's Summit 
Guilford county, twelve miles from Greensboro, - © 
county seat and banking point, near Reedy Fork *> 






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Za river. Telegiaph and express facilities. Populatioa 

i-H 100. Products, corn, wheat, oats, tobacco and fruits. 

ft Iron ore also in the vicinity. 

g ^ BUSINESS. 

•W p Cunningham Mrs. B. A., grist mill 

« O Dewey R. K., physician 
•3"^ Doggett C. R., grist mill 
^ H Elmore & McMichael, gen mdse 
r^3 Farrar U. B., grist mill 
EH*^ Lewis C A., gen mdse 
£T MitchellJ. J., justice 
rfa q McMichael J. W , saloon and justice 

W Mitchell S. S. & Bro., gen mdse 
j3P 3 Parker Mrs. Fanny, boarding 
£ © Owen M. M.. R. R. and ex agt 

yS Farmers— Bevill'CK, Bevil J A, BeviljM G.Chillcutt 
^ . B G, Chillcutt R L, Doggett James W, Doggett John, 
S If Gan't James, Gant S S. Lewis C A, Loman A, Moore 
W - J R, Pitchford S, Pitchford W H, Rankin W H, 
£„p Troxler G E, Troxler I R, Walker Rev W T. 

Be BtrsicKS. 

^O Guilford county, flag station on the R & D R R. 

r- Distance from Atlanta 366 miles, Richmond 183. 

S 9 Greensboro, county site and banking point, 7 miles. 

C ^ Browns Summit 5 miles distance is the regular ship- 

M 2 P in g P° int - 

qH BUSINESS. 

OS ^ rav Juliue, grist mill 

^ C* James H , blacksmith 

#2p3 Schoolfield C. S., justice 

r ffi Weatherly David, teacher 

S 2 Wright W. E\, physician 



Farmers— Kistler Rev S F, Lewis I, Schoolfield J, 



Scott W T, Wright Dr W F. 

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^ Guilford 14 miles due south of Greensboro, county 

j seat and principal shipping point. 
W BUSINESS. 

Pjj Davis J. M., grist mill 
Qh Hodgins J. A., gen mdse 

H Farmers— Davis F S, Davis J M, Davis S S, 
Glenn F F, Hodgins David, Hodgins J G, Murrow A 



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Wines and Liquors Lead the State ! 
PURE TENT WINES for SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 

McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 197 



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COLFAX, 

Guilfard county, Reedy Fork and Deep rivers, 14 ™ 

miles to Greensboro and same distance to Winston f>™ 

and Salem. Kernersville on Salem branch, nearest ^O 

and regular shipping station. ^C 

BUSINESS. ® O 

Atkins U. S., storekeeper and guager * g?2 

Cude H. C, teacher £h§ 

Davis J. A., justice and distiller ^'ffil 

Davis L. F., justice and gen mdse P LJ 

Gray Rev Jesse, Wesleyan 2 ^ 

King J. L., saw and grist mill CD ^ 

Payne J. W., grist' mill , qO) 

Pegg M. H., saw mill n 1 "^ 

Schuest S. W., gen mdse and postmaster ^TBI 

Stock B. F., teacher gjJJ 

Starbuck O. A., U. S. storekeeper and guager ^ ID 

Taylor G. W. (c), gen mdse Crq 

Farmers — Atchison John, Atchison W J, Atkins mOD 
Joseph, Atkins S J, Baker J A, Ballard John, Bla- q" 1 ^ 
lock Bohannon B, Bolison John, Bowman W E, Brit- fj «■ 
tain J J, Bull Jesse, Bull J C, Bull J M, Chipman Joel, * g 
Clank John C, Crews W W, Cude M L, Davis J A, Da- - fa) 
vis L F, Dillon S B, Davis S Y, Edwards J A, Elliott q£* 
B F, Frazier N R, Gray Wm, Macy John, Macy Jule, 4 — 
Morgan A, Morgan E, Pegg Preston, Pegg Wm, Pe- E 2 
gram J F, Perkins Elias, Pitts J L, Pitts Samuel, £.«) 
Sniner Geo, Stack David, Stanlev E, Stanley J H, g"2p 
Starbuck Elihn, Starbuck W H, Starbuck T C, Tay- urn 
lor G W (c), Tucker E A, Tucker Wm, Walker h?J*J 
Young. O q 

COMPANY MILLS: g. yj 

Gwilford county on Reedy Fork River, 7 miles from ^O 
Brown's Summit, its shipping point, and 15 from 
Greensboro, county seat and nearest banking point. 

BUSINESS. 

Apple Mebane, postmaster and justice 2 ^ 

Currins Jno. F B., teacher M *J 

Fryar Barton, saw and grist mill *% 



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Vj, 198 DIRECTORY. 

JU, Muffines Abel, gen mdse 
l_l Michael Jno H., teacher 
™ a Michael P.M. 
j*y g& Summers Narcissa, grist mill 

Jp O Farmers — Andrews Jno, Apple Andrew, Apple A 
W §- F, Apple Jno W, Apple L C, Apple L D, Apple Peter 
J^ i$$ M, Apple W L, Brown Jno E, Brown A J, Brown Jno 
I g §S£ M, Brown Milton, Brown Patterson, Brown W A, 
Uj—Beasly W A, Clapp Lemuel, Clapp L W, Cobb 
O ^ Jno, Coleman Jno, Cummins Jno H B, Fryar 
ftjj *.Jno R» Fryar Peter F, HufBnes Abel, Johnson 

<yj James D, Kernodle R B, Lorman Jno, Michael Geo W, 
Ut Michael Jacob Q, Michael John, Michael Peter B, 
«•» 3 Michael William, Senneger Peter, Senneger Peter J, 
sp O Senneger Thos, Smith D A, Smith Jacob, Smith Jno, 
£ X Smith Jno A, Thomas Jno W, Truett Jno W, Wag- 
nc goner Geo B, "Wyrich D C, Wj T rich Israel, Wyrich 
m g Jno C, Wyrich N E, Wyrich P J, Wyrich Wm. 

H x CRYSTAL. 

n» g«- Guilford county, 14 miles from Greensboro ship.- 

S © ping point. 

CO .J BUSINESS. 

Mb L* L aw \y ^ g en m dse 

ft#4 bJ Farmers— Causey J W S, Garrett A G, Humble 

it E Levi ' Hum hle P C, Humble W A, Law Nat, Low Wm, 

Ui p Pike Joel, Wilson Wm A 

£ S ©ALTON. 

"^ I— Stokes county in the southwest portion of the 

gj «J county, about 20 miles from Winston, shipping and 

«™gj «s^ banking point. 

5 s BUSINESS. 

*** iU Cox H C, gen mdse 

|P X Dalton D N., hotel, distiller, gen mdse, grist and saw 
jgjj r" mill, tobacco mfr 
j-'b gm Dalton Institute 
Z: ^ Hargrave Alexander, blacksmith 

2E Farmers— Barr Geo. Dalton D N, Edwards S T, 

gg Goff Squire, Grubbs Ed, Phillips Nat, Rutledge J M, 
W3 Venable Haywood, Watts W H. 

P_ BEEF EIVER. 

Guilford county, 3 miles west of Westminster, 6 
miles to Jamestown, on Richmond and Danville 



DIRECTORY. 199 



Railroad, its principal shipping via of which it is 17 
miles to Greensboro, county seat. 
BUSINESS. 
Bohannon B., gen mdse 
Brown & Payne, grist mill 
Mendenhall & Sons, tannery 
York Rev. I. I., Methodist 
Mendenhall, Pickett & Welch, grist mill 

Farmers — Brown B A, Charles G W, Chipman 
Joel, Davis J D, Mendenhall E E, Mendenhall J N, 
Poe J T, Smith Jefferson, Welborn J R, Wheeler J, *gX3' 
Willard P W. |^S 

FARMIItfGTON- 

Davie county, 23 miles from Winston, its shipping y 
and principal trading point. ^ g 

BUSINESS. £ § 

Bahnson C. F., jeweler c+ 

Clingmsn John, gen mdse cd £^ 

Farmington Academy M^ 

Fulford & Merton, gen mdse and flour 9p i^ 

Furches & Ellis, gen mds« and flour ^~" 

Hartman C. A. & Co, tob mfrs g- l "N 

Jarvis Simeon, gen mdse P ^-*j 

Johnson Eugene, tob mfr hj ^ 

Johnson F. M. & Co, gen mdse © jg 

Wiseman J. W., physician ^S 

Farmers — Brunt T A, Clark W A, Cutsell James, q 1 - 

Eaton Daniel, Eaton Thomas, Furches L A, Gaither £, &$ 

Burgess, Griffiths C F, Hall C A, Hartman George, £•• O 

Johnson F M, Johnson J M, Lunn B F. 0^ ^ 

FREEHS ANS MILLS- M °° 

Guilford county, 8 miles southeast High Point, on ^ {3> 
R & D R R, its shipping point via of which it is 16 pj i2j 
miles to Greensboro, county seat. ^ fct 

BUSINESS. ^ 

Carpenter Rev. J. B., Methodist ^ £q 

Dean Rev. J. C, Prot Methodist ^' (-H 

Freeman & Bodie, proprs Freeman's Woolen Mills cq C^ 
Freeman J. W., grist and saw mill O 2" 

Freeman's Woolen Mills, Freeman & Bodie proprs £ =*~ 

Farmers— Armfield Jno, Bryan R C, Coffin Abner,. £2* 
Coffin W N, Coltrane Jno, Dean J G, Eaton John, "*£' 
Frather Cyrus, Frather Stephen, Frazier Daniel, W 



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Frazier David L, Frazier Henry, Frazier Win, Free- 
man J W, Freeman Plato, Gray G A, Hendricks 
Hadley, Hodson P H, Johnson Clemmons, Johnson 
James, Kersey Stephen, Kirkman John Lowe CO, 
Lowe Dan, Leonard Joab, Lowe Leonard, Lowe Nat- 
han, Marsh Isiah, Marsh Martin, Marsh Thos K, 
Mathas A, Nathan Cbas, Osborne Daniel Osborne 
Ruffin, Osborne Thos, Osborne Wiley, Bobbins Mer- 
ton, Saferight Abner, Swiggett Geo '.Swiggett W, 
Walton L.WatkinsWm, Wiley BF, Wiley Frank- 
lin Yates Johnson, Yates Jno, Yates Louis, Yates . 
Samuel, Yates Sanford, Younts Peter. 
FBIEDBERG, 
Forsyth county, located near Davidson county line, 
1 mile from South Fork Muddy Creek, and 8 from 
Winston, its banking, telegraph and shipping point. 
The principal object of interest is a Moravian church, 
over 100 years old, next in point of age and number 
of membership to the Salem church. 

BUSINESS. 
Anderson T. R., carpenter 
Burk G. W., justice 

Burk G. W. & Son, steam saw mill and dryer 
Fishel A. T., wagon mfr 
Foltz Eli, mfr grain cradles 
Foltz Francis, carpenter 
Foltz Theodore, blacksmith 
Hall Rev. James E., Moravian 
Kimel Theodore, justice * 

Miller J. H., wagon mfr and machine shop and grist 
mill 
! Nifong Jacob, wagon mfr 
Spaugh E. J., gen mdse and postmaster 
Spaugh T. H., steam saw mill 
Woosley Rev. S. A., Moravian . 

Farmers-Allen James, Anderson T R, Barrier Da- 
vid Barrier Lewis, Beckle C M, Burk Jno, Clodfelter 
Joseph, Crouch J C, Crouch Lewis, Crouse Harrison, 
Delap Alex, Ernest Levi, Fishel Daniel Fishel Frank- 
lin Fishel FO,:Fishel J A, Fisel Z, Foltz Allen, Foltz 
Francis, Foltz John, Foltz Theodore, Hartman Jacob, 
Hartman Jesse, Hartman Jno A, Hege J A, Johnson 
Constantine, Johnson Jno, Kimel 0, Link Hamilton, 
Link Henry, Link LaFavette, Link Ransom, Link 



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PURE WINES, LIQUORS, TO- 
BACCO and CIGARS, 
cAdoo House, Greensboro, N.C. 



DIRECTORY, 



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Samuel, Mendenhall J F, Mendenhall L B, Me 
denhall L L, Miller George, Mock David, Mock Rev, i A 
Jacob, Mock L N, Mock P W, Nifong D E, Niiong <^\ 
Wiley, Padget C A, Padget Levi, Raper Wm, Reich ^» 
Wm, Rominger A, Rominger David, Shore Eugene, t "^ 
Shore Nathan, Snider Pinket, Snider Samuel, Spaugh r™^j 
Christian, Spaugh Lewis, Spaugh T T, Weesner 
Lewis, Weesner E M, Woosley David, Woosley Rev ( 
S A. m 

FRIENDSHIP, ^ 

Guildford county, station on Salem branch R. & C j 
D. R. R , 10 miles from Greensboro, county seat. ^^ 

BUSINESS. M^ 

Cook Thomas E., gen mdse jm\ 

Farrington Tilman, shoemkr C .) 

Hubbard Albert, shoemkr ^l-*^ 

Kirkman Rev. A. J., Methodist [■i«iii i 

Lindsay A. H., gen mdse Lr^J ; 

Mahoney Rev. James, Methodist . "^ 

Pinnix Rev. J. W., Christian p^"j 
Sapp W. G., gen mdse 

Smith S. W. H., gen mdse W 

Taylor G. W., gen mdse ~ > ' 

Farmers— Blaylock J M, Bradshaw A M, Cook 2 2 

Thos, Cook Thos E, Dudley T T, Dundas Jno, Ector W 
Dr, Frazier Robt, Hunt Jno, Hunt J D, Knight Asa, "Sj 
Kirkman A G, Lindsay A H, Lindsay H, Wakefield $2q 

GERM ANTON, - W Q 

Stokes county, 18 miles from Winston, its ship- £3£, 
ping, banking and nearest telegraph point ©m 

BUSINESS. £J£ 

Bain T. H., gen mdse ^{ 



Blackburn Samuel, tob mfr 5 



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Blackburn Wm. & Bro., tob mfrs *®& 

Balejack B. J., lime mfr §tt 

Burchfield J. Y., whisky distiller " g 

Bynum Bros, drugs -^C3 

Bynum J. G., physician -°g 
Campbell William, gen mdse - 



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202 DIRECTORY. 



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Covington Charles, blacksmith 

Crews M. S., lumber 

Culler A. A., lime mfr 

Germanton Institute 
y^ .£ Hill L. H., physician 
r. ^ Hill Patrick, blacksmith 
t? ,-. Morris H. A., grist mill 
A -g" Morris M., grist mill 
V p Murphy R. F., gen mdse 
N &j Styers E. J., gen mdse 

Tice W. R., blacksmith 
.•§ Wall C. T., saw mill 
p^ a Westmoreland N. G., grist mill 
O k Farmers— Boles. Nat, Bowman J W, Bynum B F, 
. . S Campbell William, Chaffin W A, Crews M J, Crump- 
le - ler I T, Cumbie W H, Guthrie Jackson, Guthrie J, 
Q £ Hill J G, Kiser Daniel, Martin Dr A J, Petree R 
O © F - Petree R J, Poindexter J F, Rainey J P, Samuel 
HM H F, Sullivan Nat, Tuttle James, White J G, 
m b0 Willis W E. 

g«2 GIBSONVILLE. 

^•"5 Guilford on Goldsboro branch, Richmond and Dan- 
rvi -2 ville, 16 miles from Greensboro county seat. 

O^ BUSINESS. 

f^ g Buck Rev. J. L., Lutheran 
*fj g Foust D. P., gen mdse 
J "J3 McCauley J. A., tanner 

"Is' Payler Franklin, shoemkr 
H ^ Regan, Hanner & Co.',. gen mdse 
^ jg Summers Betsy, grist and saw mills 
£4 +^ Sutton J. M , gen mdse 

4i> Sutton J. M. & Co, gen mdse 
H * Thorm Rev. W. F., Presbyterian 
P^ ^ Wagoner Simon, tannery 

£3 O Wheeler & Bro., spoke, handle and shuttle factory 
^H Farmers — Ballsey Wm G, Boon Joshua, Clapp A G, 

q Devault Gideon, Ingle Mebane, Kernodle L L, Smith 
EL, Thomas Robt, Wagoner Simon, Wright W W, 

[VI GILMER'S STORE. 

■ Guilford county, 8 miles from Greensboro county 
seat, banking, shipping, express and telegraph point. 
Products, wheat, corn, tobacco and fruits. 

BUSINESS. 
Causey E. N., postmaster 



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For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^^""Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, 'N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 20c 



Fox M. P., physician fli 

Gilmer J. W., justice ^ 

McMaster W. R Justice jSF"fo 

Causey C. C. O 

Farmers— Causey L T.. Clapp Geo, Coble Jno, gLJL 
Donnell V B, Fogleman W D, Greeson C B, Hanner ||| 

N A. Hornev Joseph, Phipps W H, Pritchett J E, ■ ■ 

Rankin W N, Shaw James, Wilson John. %^% 

HALL'S FERRY. 



Hi 



Davie county, 18 miles from Winston, shipping and 

trading point. ^ 

BUSINESS. g-H 

Hall C. A., gen mdse and grist mill ^ C» 

Sheek L. A., gen mdse ££j <5^ 

Sheek J. T., gen mdse and grist mill bd ® 

Farmers— Butner A B, Choffin G W, Hall C A, m^ 1 

Ireland H B, Sheek J T, Sheek R G. > f\ 

HIGH POINT. g^j 

Guilford county on the Richmond and Danville jg L 

Railroad, 16 miles from Greensboro, county seat. © r\ 

BUSINESS. ^U 

Alexander H, gen mdse «->$j 

Armfield Gold and Copper Co pi j 

Bain J. A., wagon and carriage maker © \J\ 

Baldwin F. T., lawyer grl 

Bolton James, boarding jjjj H 
Barker A. A. & Son, spoke and handle, sash and " 

blind factory, wagon and carriage makers 
Baldwin Frank T., editor and proprietor The Pioneer 
Baxter J. R., blacksmith 

Bell Mrs. R. J., millinery c^ 

Bencini A. G., confections £2 

Best & Wrenn, gen mdse » 

Blair Mrs. E. T., hair works and boarding ^ Zjj 

Blair Sol J., justice g m 

Blair W. A., prin High Point High School g -^ 

Brown J. R , physician ^g p— 

Brown J. R. & Co., gen mdse g g 

Burns Thomas & Son, wagon and carriage makers f* m 






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a Burns Z. A , wagon maker 
H Burton J. W., physician 
H_riH Butterfield A. G., jeweler and news agent 
S33& (I) Callum J. C, agent Southern Express Co 
HS b Campbell J. A., justice 
hS h Cartland F. G., shoemkr 
"^ b Carpenter Rev. J. B., Methodist 
p Carter & Hedgecock, grist mill 

Causey C. S., secy Willowbrook Mfg Co., and gen mdse 

Clark D H., photographer 

Clark Mrs. D. L., millinery 

Cowan P. D., agent Richmond and Danville Railroad 

Cox J. J., physician 

Dalton Rev. P. H , Presbyterian 

Day Bros., gen mdse 

Edwards Mrs Mollie J., teacher 

Ellison J. A., cabinet maker 
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English W. J. & Co., groceries 
Faucht D. B , carpenter 
g Ferrabeee Gold and Copper Co 

h Fields Miss Mary, millinery 



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q Ferrabee & Modlin, groceries 
^ Ferrabee E. C, groceries 
ft. Garrett George (c), butcher 

Gray, Hamner & Co., grist mill 
Grabam Mrs., dressmkr 
,h Haney Thomas, blacksmith 
g Harmon E. T, gen mdse 
jjj Harkins Charles R., soapstone quarry 
k High Point Timber Mfg Co, W. H. Snow, prest , 
(Jj Lathrop, secy 
~ Holton Albert A., postmaster 
j Hoover Samuel, tinner 

Homey Frank, harnessmkr 

Hamlett W. R., dentist 

Ingram L. J., gen mdse 

Jarrell M., hotel 

Jarrell M. H., groceries 

Jarrell N. C. & Son, grist mill and tannery 

Jones Miss Carrie, teacher 

Jones Welborne, furniture 

Jones W. , dentist 

Jones Dr. W. O., prest Willowbrook Mfg Co, and fur 
niture 

Jordan B. F., marble worker 



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EWCOMB'S Wines and Liquors Lead the State ij 

Pure Tent Wines for Sacramental Purposes. r^j 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. ^a^T 



DIRECTORY. 205 



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Jordan David, justice 

Jordan & Ferrabee, groceries LjO 

Kirkraan J. L., groceries L^ 

Lathrop J., secy High Point Timber Mfg Co M"""^- 

Lindsay A. H. & Co, cigar mfrs and gen mdsv )^^ 

Lindsay Gold and Copper Co 

Lindsa}*' J. A., gen mdse 

Lindsay R J., gen mdse 

Long J. J,, gen mdse 

Mabry Miss Fanny, hotel 

Mann Charles, miner 

Martin Rev. W. G., Northern Methodist 

Mendenhall S. H., justice 

Miller & Co., grist mill 

Modlin Mrs., boarding 

Payler Wm., boarding 

Payne & Brown, grist mill 

Perry 8., spoke and handle, factory and hardware 

Pickett W. P. & Co., tob mfrs, and grist mill 

Pioneer The, Frank T. Baldwin, ed and prop T^fT? 

Rankin W. T., groceries and boarding KJ-^ 

Reagen, Niles & Co., grist mill, tannery and gen "• 

mdse > f*** 

Richardson Rev. .1. B .. Baptist ^ ^ 

Ritten berry D. H , shoemkr ^ L« 

Robertson J. B., shoes ^ W 

Romwell Wm., boarding g PI 

Sec h rest J. M., saloon S f 9 

SechrestR F., blacksmith § 

Sechrest T. A., blacksmith r 

Shealy Mrs., dressmkr P* 

Simmons H. (c), barber , <?fi£J 

Smith A. E. & Co, drugs g_ ~£ 

Snow W. H., spoke and handle factory, shuttle blocks, ®J V 

sash and blinds, etc ™ fffff 

Stephens W. M., saloon and groceries ^ O 

Thompson Rev. S. F., Baptist £* «™ 

Thurston Peter, cabinetmkr £■ fe» 

Turner J. A., lawyer d f-« 

Walters J. H., gen mdse 



Welborne Rev. A., Baptist 



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Welborne H. R. & Co, tob mfrs P "< 

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$5 Wheeler C. J., justice 

~ Wheeler R. A., hardware and agricul implements 

"£, Wheeler William, soaps'one quarry 

la § White Mrs , boarding 

■gj Willowbrook Mfg Co, Dr. W. 0. Jones, prest; O. S. 

?~ Causey, secy, cotton goods 

opq Wrenn Bros., gen mdse 

o~2 Yoik Rev. I. I., Methodist Protestant 

S* 3 Farmers — Anderson Joel. Barbee W x G. Boling J M, 

Ota Campbell J A, Corbett E T, Crawford H, Freeman J 

•P-T I J ' Cray J A, Harris Ransom, Jordan Samuel, Smith 
|Dg . A B, Tomlinson S. M., Williams Geo W 






HILLSDALE, 



!s c Guilford county, 8 miles from Browns Summit, on 
\-f*% R & D R R, its nearest shipping point via of which 
M^£ it is 19 miles to Greensboro, county seat. 

£r^. BUSINESS. 



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Archer Wm 

Beall W. P., physician 
F°^ Beville W. E. & Bro, gen mdse 
Q---~ WhII P., gen mdse 

'1 1 Wright W. F., physician 
H ?'£ Farmers— Amick Alfred, Barbee Geo, Blackburn 
Jpq - Robt, Boulden W L, Brown H C. Busick A J, Hil- 
^S ton J M, Lambeth L H, Terry W A, Whitworth C 
P|t§ A, Winchecter J W, Winchester L C. 

HINTON, 

Guilford county, 6 miles from Greensboro, county 
seat, shipping and telegraph banking point. Pro- 
j^ - ducts, wheat, corn, oats, tobacco and fruits. 

g-»i BUSINESS. 

C^3 Boon 0. L., carder and saw mill 
^^ Hanner & Wilson, gin saw and grist mill 
^S Wilson A. G., gen mdse and postmaster 

Farmers— Anderson Augustus, Aiken D C, Aiken 
Walter, Boon L, Callum Samuel, Foust G C, Glass 
Alfred, Gullett E, Hatchett James, Hanner John, 
Hanner Joseph, Hobbs L C, Milliken E, Sharp E T, 
Starr Frank, Stewart Samuel, Snits John, Travller 
Robert, Weatherly John, Wilson Hugh, Wimberly 
John, Woodburn T M. 



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EWCOMB'S Wines & Liquors Lead the State 

Pure Teat Wines for Sacramental Purposes. 
McAdoo House, - - - - Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 207 



HH 

HONTSVILLE, ^ 

Yadkin county, 15 miles from Winston, its ship- t ] 
ping and trading point. [5R 

BUSINESS. ^.JT 

Baldwin John T, tanner V^_J 

Brewbaker Thomas, blacksmith L—Z3 

Clingman J* J., physician r 5 

Colvard & Warren, gen mdse ,_ 

Hamlin J. D., gen mdse and tob mfr ^ 

Hamlin Morris, blacksmith j^<© 

Harding & Steelman, tob mfrs ^^ 

Hunt L. G., physician sa£ 

Jarvis D. F., blacksmith o^ 

Long T., physician K -. 

Long Wm., tob mfr Soc 

Walker J. E., harnessmkr 2'WW 

Whitlock John, whisky distiller *o^ 

Farmers — Baldwin M, Bitting J A, Brown Isaac, ^Ch 
Colvart B G, Conrad J C, Davis J C, Davis S G, gang 
Eaton D T, Eaton E, Griffith Theodore, Hamlin G wE 1 " 3 
B, Harding S B, Hunt L G, Hunt N G, Long T, >*% 
Lynch J C, Miller Daniel, Poindexter Peter, Poin- '-L <; 
dexter R A, Spease LA. HHt> 

JAMESTOWN. Ijgf 

Guilford county, station on R & DgR R and Deep 2^^ 
River, with express and telegraph facilities, 10 miles H-H — 
from Greensboro, county seat and banking point, ^£^ 
gold and copper in vicinity. Population 100 ^H^ 

BUSINESS." gg| 

Armfield D. A., physician oO 1 " 

Bradshaw W. G., physician i^Wgj 

Idol W. H., basket mfr, grist mill and postmaster ^^m 
Johnson & Bro, shoemkrs and gen mdse ' ©h 

Johnson J. H., spoke and handle factory '-%- 

North State Gold and Copper Co ^^ 

Oakdale Flouring Mill §} 

Oakdale Mfg Co, cotton goods g^ 

Ragsdale & Bro, nursery g^ 

Reed H. W., spoke and handle factory W 

Wharton J. M. & Co, gen mdse h 



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g" 208 DIRECTORY. 

gul White B. F., nursery 

Ps Wiley W. M. & Co, gen mdse 

L - Farmers — Armfield Dr D A, Armfield John A, 
Armfield L, Armfield J S, Armfield N S, Armfield 
W J, Bundy Harman, Burndy D S, Burton Joseph, 
SjE Gardner Jpsse, Johnson J H, Lamb H C. Lamb Jesse, 
<gj r Lamb TJ, Mprritt J VV. Moon John A, Potter Henry, 
rzga ReeceLS, Sapn W G, ThOrton E S, Ward S H, 
g^jj White B T, Wiley Wm, Wilson C B, Winslow. 

*gj KERNERSVILLE. 

£ — h Information received too late for classification 
n!3p here. See addenda, last pages. 

o« LOUISVILLE, 

Vjt Forsyth county, 10 miles west Winston, county 
l^H" seat, shipping and trading point. 
|jS BUSINESS. 

p^TS Brinkley J. P., justice 
o^ Conrad Rev. S. F., Baptist 
* Craft Rev. A. W., Methodist 

OVogler W. A , tob rnfr 
Wright E. H.. gen mdse 
Z Whitman J. W., saloon 
Farmers — Beeson Joseph H, Binkle J P, Black- 
burn M, Clinardy Wm, Conrad B F, Craft A W, 
33 Dusrgin Samuel, Harper Elisha, Harper L E, Harper 

XL M, Hart T 0, Hasten John, Houser U G, John- 
ston J L, Lougenour L C, Lillington N W, Mathews 
HL P, Phipps J L, Phipps Rawson, Rafer P W, 
Reynolds F W, Rich Thos, Robertson Wm, Sheets 
OWm, Smith David, Snider C T, Stafford Henry, 
Teague Aquilla, Vogier Wm, Wagoner Josiah, War- 
« ner Thoa. Warner T L, Williamson Benj, Williard 
^gM Jeffrey, Williard Joseph. 

LIBERTY STORE, 

Guilford county, 7 miles East Brown's Summit, its 
shipping point, via of which 18 miles to Greensboro, 
county seat. . 

BUSINESS. 

O Anderson Rev. A. G., Christian 
Busick J. J., gen mdse 
Hb Watlington|Miss Emma, teacher 
warn Farmers — Boon Jno P, Braun Nicholas, Busick J 



$ For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars" BHBH 

ilP^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. II 
McAdoo House, Greensboro, "N. 0. 

DIRECTORY. 209 sgam 



J, Christian Zack, Gerringer John, Johnson N' H, 
Kernodle D R, Scott Ralph, Summer Peter R, Wat- 
lington J A. 

McLEANSVILLE, 

Guilford county, on the Goldsboro branch of the O 
R. & D. R. R , 8 miles from Greensboro, its nearest g fP" 
telegraph and banking point. h Q 

BUSINESS. fc. «{ 

Boon 0. L , saw mill ^ "T» 

Cable Peter, grist mill gj S 

Cornett Rev. A., Congregational 2 5gJ 

Dick J. M., justice ^h^ 

Donnell I. B., grist mill 5^*^ 

Foust J. C, gen mdse § 

Gilmer A. L., gen mdse §H^ 

Henry Edward, gen mdse ^kj^ 

McDaniei A. P., physician P^P5 

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McLean J. A , physician o 

Scott J. L., saw mill bq *V 

Wharton W. P., justice £#** 

Farmers— Anderson Caroline, Boone David, Clapp ?^ 
Asa, Clapp C A, Cobb David, Cobb Henry, jr, Cobb S3Z 
Henry, sr, Cobb J C. Cobb J D, Cobb Peter, Cobb §ji»«J 
Samuel, Cobb W G. Dewey A C, Dick H C, Dewey &%*2 
J P, Dewey J W, Dick R C, Donnell I B, Donnell suTf 
W H, Fortis A F, Fortis J W, Fryer R R, Gilmer g m 
J R, Gannan J G, Humnes Samuel, Lively W L, §1JT| 
McLean -J A, McLean J M, McLean W H, y^S™ 
Montgomery E W, Montgomery J W, Paisley J N, .*<"'«nw 
Paisley J W, Paisley W A, Rankin J R, Rankin M J, *}j)^ 
Rankin R C, Rankin Thos, Rankin W C, Scruggins §f}^ 
A W, Summers A. Tate J A, Ticker C A, Wharton G 3" — 
W, Wharton WP, Whitting &P,Whittin£tonE, Whit- 3 CO 
tington I H, Whittington J D, Wilson W D, Wyrick ^ «T 
Martin. % ZZ 

NEW GARDEN. § ^ 

Guilford county, .six miles from Greensboro, county ^ f* 
seat, its nearest express, banking and telegraph point JT *'«' 
and 1 mile from New Garden station/on the R. & D. R. &* 
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BUSINESS. 
Blair Prof, prin New Garden College 
Boren A. P., saw and grist mill 
Edwards B. G., gen mdse 
Edwards C. A., postmaster 
Hobbs Prof. L. L., New Garden College 
McCrocker J., gen mdse 

Mendenhall Mary, teacher New Garden College 
New Garden College, Prof. Blair, prin 
Peele Rev. Albert, Friend 
Peele Mary A., Friend 

Reynolds Lorena, teacher New Garden College 
Smith S W. H., gen mdse 

bD Woody Prof. J. W., New Garden College 

~ Woody Mary C, Friend 

Farmers — Ballinger Barney, Ballinger Jonathan, 
Ballinger Milton, Boren Addison, Brown James, Cook 
J W, Craig Hugh, Cummings M, Cummings Wm, 
Edwards Chas, Edwards Gilbert, Edwards J E, Har- 
vey Wm, Holder John, Horton Louis, McCracken 
Jesse, McCracken John, Peele Albert, Smith S W H, 
Taylor Samuel, Walker John, Walker Wm. 

OAE RIDGE, 

Guilford county, six miles to Kernersville on Sa- 
lem Branch, shipping point via of which is 14 miles to 
Greensboro county seat, and banking point and same- 
distance to Winston, Oak Ridge Institute, located 
here is a college of considerable reputation. Pro- 

"*"* r ~ l ducts, tobacco, wheat, corn and fruits. Populatoin 

S^ 200. 

E— ! BUSINESS. 

*""** Benbow T. J., tannery 

►"■^ Benbow W. E., nursery 

0^3 Blaylock W. F., policeman 

^ Boiling A. J., gen mdse 

G^2£ Brittain John, grist mill 

b^ag Case Chas, justice and mayor 

£™^j) Coak S. A., physician 

SS Donnell W. , gen mdse 

1 " Holt J. A. & M. H., prin Oak Ridge Institute 

^^g Halt B. 0., teacher Oak Ridge Institute 

^"^"^ King J. L., steam saw and grist mill 
j™* Mellaway George F., gen mdse 

CS) Moore R. A., gen mdse 



WfURAHARfllflRfl For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 7"^> 
liMDDuMlERS ^^Sacramental Wmes a Specialty. Kj2 

BttllM WW Hit * BikW McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 



DIRECTORY. 21 



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Oak Ridge Institute, J. Allen Holt, sen prin L^^ 

Rich Miss Bessie, music, Oak Ridge Institute ' '^ 

Winchester L. C, nursery 

Farmers — Anthony Henry, Anthony Rufus, Ben- 
bow C R, Benbow Jesse, Benbow T J, Benbow W J, i 
Boiling A J, Bowman Jno, Brittain John, Broak- H3^ 
bank Jno, Broakbank M P, Browning James, Brown- ^-^T 
ing Rufus, Banch Jno, Bunch Wm, Buch Jno, Clark Cm^ 
James B, Cattrell Jno, Donnell W 0, Fuller Thos, 
Gardner Seth, Gardner Solomon, Hlot Jno F, Jones (^g 
Caleb, Johnson W B, King John, Lowery John A, q q 
Moore R A, Newell John, Pegram A W, Thompson J. B ef 
OLD RICHMOND, J& ® 

Forsyth county, near Yadkin river, 18 miles from P ph 

Winston, county seat and nearest shipping and bank- £• g 

ing point. Products, wheat, rye, oats and corn. ^ 2 

BUSINESS. . ££ 

Spainhower W. W., saw and grist mill O 



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Spainhower C. T., saw and grist mill 
Speas J. W., postmaster 

Farmers — Anthony James, Butner A, Butner H , £2 
Butner Jacob, Butner S G, Butner W A, Flynn H, £ £< 
Flynn Thomas, Hauser Clark, Hauser J, Hauser J R, £ ££ 

Hauser Isreal, Hauser W B, Hendrix , Johnson >^ 

Thomas, Kallum Thomas, Kiger S T, Kirby John,_ HV * 
Kirby Thomas, Lawson B, Lawson R, Newsom A T, c^ y 
Newsom J G, Pack George, Pack R A, Payne A L, § m ^ 
Payne L A, Pavne Peter, Pavne R N, Randleman J, §•? p 
Randleman T P, Reed H L, Reed J L, Richard Geo, <£ 
Shamel J W, Shamel W N, Spainhower A T, Spain §|g. 
hower B, Spainhower C C, Spainhower C T, Spain- ^° & 
hower E, Spainhower E I, Spainhower J E, Spain- ^'"© 
hower J S, Spainhower O A. Spainhower S B. §J2 H „ 
Spainhower W W, Speas J W, Sprinkle J B, Wall ^* 
A C, Wall A J, Wall J R. p* '^ 

PANTHER CREEK, ° hg 

Yadkin County, 15 miles from Winston, its trading ot 

and shipping point. ^ K* 

BUSINESS, -"■« 

Brown J. W. & Co., gen mdse ^ 



$ 212 DIRECTORY. 

m> . 

2 Gordon L. D. & Co., lumber 

i-h Hauser Joshua, cooper 

ft Flauser W. F., gen mdse 

© Howard M. D., hotel 

^ . Nissen Gpo. & Co., saw mill 

4^ T-i shelton Wm, cooper 

H © Taylor G. P., blacksmith and painter 

* H cc Tesh Samuel, blacksmith 

gjr) S Williams Joseph, grist mill and distiller 

pri^ Williams M., physician 

*-*£> Farmers — Black J N, Hoots Isaac, Howard M D, 

D „ Hunt N G, May Samuel, Eeavis Asa, Reer J P, Wil- 

pC ® kins Geo, Williams Joseph, Williams L J. 

ab s plain. 

^ © Guilford county, 5 miles south of Pleasant Garden, 
rvj K arK * 16 from Greensboro, county seat, farmer's post- 
S . office. 

Jg JJ) Farmers— Cable Wm, Galey C. M, Galey W 0, 
H*.h Greeson T R, Jones Abner, Jones Reuben, Smith R 
J ^ J, btaley Oliver, Wilson Daniel, Wilson Phillip. 

H © PLEASANT GARDEN. 

3n Guilford county, on Yadkin Valley and Cape Fear 
r- Railroad, 8 miles from Greensboro. 

C U BUSINESS. 

^ 2 Adams E. W , teacher 

5* S Carpenter Rev. J. B., Methodist 

a^ Cable Wesley, dentist 

^f™* PTardin W. D, gen mdse 

H C3 Hoyle Rev. R. M., Methodist 

dCW King Rev. C. W., Methodist 

^ © Farmers — Fentress J M, Fentress Wm, Hardin W 

rf)& D, Kirkman, R M, McCullough Calvin, Neally D G, 

@ ^ Ross A S, Ross W D, Taylor Thos W, Wolfe, H B 

r £% POND. 

P* Guilford county, 5 miles northwest of Summer- 

■^ field. 

J BUSINESS. 

a Angel C _ 

H Coach Clinton 

hh Dwiggins J. R, gen mdse 

H Farmers — Frazier Daniel, Linville W F, Morgan 
N R, Newell Thomas, Pegram H, Pegram W A, Rum- 
ley E F 



fl PI IfflfffnAlXnifl Wines and Liquors Lead the State! 
D IT JytiW J ii/JH \PURE TENT WINESfor SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES 

Mt Ui J§M"VyiCHJ II McAdoo House, Greensboro, N. C. 

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DIRECTORY. 213 



REEDS, 

Forsyth county, 4 miles from Bethania, Winston 
shipping and trading point. Farmers postoffice. 



Farmers— Doub W B, Flemming Calvin, Fynn H, dQ 



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Hauser C, Hauser Isaac, Long J H, sr, Payne W 

Keed E L, Reed James, Scales Joseph A, Scott J W, ^ 

Shamel G N, Shore Alfred, Spainhour C T, Spainhour P.CJ 

W W. Spease Joathan, Sprinkle Bennett, Sprinkle Cy|H 

Jas B, Sprinkle Jno. •— J 55 

RURAL HALL, |-pj 

Forsyth county, 11 miles from Winston, shipping g |g 

and trading point. "~ a ' 

BUSINESS. 
Bitting M. L., postmaster 

Styers A. P., saw and grist mill <"+ vI3 

Farmers— Anderson J N, Bitting B L, Bostick J W, trJJ 
Fylnt S S, Griffin J H, Riger Adam, Riger E D, g Q 
Shouse Eli, Tuttle A L. aq 

SALEM CHAPEL, M^ 

Forsyth county, 15 miles to Winston, county 2 ™ 
seat and banking point and 11 from Kerners- & *9 
-ville, on Salem branch, its shipping point. Products, Jp gj 
corn wheat, oats, tobacco and fruits. ^^ 

BUSINESS. 5?f- 

Orews Reuben, tob mfr S S 

Eagleson John, saw mill '"''tO 

Grubbs J. F., gen mdse < o" at 

Haizlips H., gen mdse NflH 

Marshall Sallie P, postmistress H cm 

Marshall & Strader. grist mill 2 Q 

Marshall T. M., justice g- 

Strader J. A., gen mdse ^O 

Waddell J. D., justice -^™ 

Wagoner R. B., grist mill ^.Iw 

Farmers— Branson J S, Coffey J H, Coffev J R T, P TJ 
Coffey M D, Coffey S H, Crews R S, Crews Tom, &f- 
Crews W T, Dalton T P, Fare J H, Fulton F, Grubbs g ^ 
James, Grubbs S, Haizlips W H, Haizlip W D, Haiz- p *Z 
lip J T, Marshall A F, Marshall E L, Marshall EM, "^ 



V. 214 DIRECTORY. 

SLa, Marshall J, Marshall J A, Marshall Jno H, Marshall 
■7, J L, Marshall J V, Marshall J W, Marshall S L, 
Jg a Marshall T M, Marshall W H, Marshall W N, McGee 
*y g Filmore, Merideth J H, Middletown L B, Newsom T 
5o T . Reid Ed,'Reid H C, Reid Walter, Reid Wm, Strader 
^|-JA, Vanhoy Thos, Waddell J D, sr, Waddell J D, jr, 
> W3 Wagoner R B, West C H, White R S, Young D G, 
■ » Z Young James, Young Jesse, Zimmerman S H. 

q> SALEM FARMERS. 

-y See addenda, last pages. 

5 W SALEM JUNCTION. 

j S Farmers postoffice at junction of Salem branch 
JS with main line of R. & D. R. R., 3 miles from Greens- 
g SI boro, county seat and trading point. Mail will 
fc<n * reach community at Greensboro. 
03 O SEDGE GARDEN, 

l ^ Forsyth county, 10 miles northeast Winston county 
"^ X seat, shipping and trading point. 
gh BUSINESS. 

ffl J Crews Rev. R. W., Baptist 

• * Moser Isreal, grist mill 
C0 Stoltz W. A., Baptist 
03 111 Vernon Rev. J. T., saw mill 

1,1 K Farmers — Barrow R A, Bich F, Cox R L, Crews 
J?J O J L, Crumpler J D, Fulp Wm, Guthrie Jackson, 
K § James Phillip, Mathews Tandy, Ogburn M L, Poin- 
Q ■" dexter Jno F, Sullivan N F, Waggoner Josepn. 
Q J] SHAWS MILLS. 

5ij <£ Guilford county 12 miles from Greensboro, county 
Z JQ seat, shipping and banking point. 
< w BUSNESS. 

03 X Bowman Rev. G. W., minister 
e g> g» Coble & Greeson, gen mdse 
j\ . Foust S. E., gen mdse 
U* *2 Ingold Daniel, saw mill 
Jg ^ McNairy W. H, physician 
■n Mebane W. H., gen mdse and postmaster 
03 Mise Franklin saw mill 
fijl O'Brant M. B , school teacher 

Phipps A. A., school teacher 

Phipps G. W. & Son, grist mill 

Phipps L. A., physician 



DIRECTORY. 215 



Phipps S. W., & Co, grist mill 
Wilker Rev. G. W., Reformed Church 
Woody N. D., grist mill 

Farmers — Amick John, Amick T M, Bailey Wil- 
liam, Braid John, Clapp D, Clapp D N, Clapp Jos-* 
eph, Coble Abram, Coble Alris, Coble David, Coble 
D M, Coble George W, Coble Joel, Coble Mike, Coble 
P W, Coble W M, Corsbie W W, Diriney William, 
Farmer Daniel, Farmer William, Foster William, 
Foust D Q. Foust E C, Frinde W S, Holt J L, Holt 
W S, Jones Calvin, Jones D C, Johnson J, Jones 
John, Ingold Riley, Ingold W A, Irwin John, Grea- 
son D L, Greeson Frank, Greason William, Levens Wm 
Linus Landy, Mebane J R, Nesse C, Shaw C W, * 
Shaw M C, Shaw W S, Shoffner D I, Shoffner G M, +L 
Shoffner H D, Shoffner P M G, Smith A M, Starr h> o 
J F, Thorn John, Thorn Morrison, Welker D C, Wei- <* £d 
ker J F, Welker J T, Welker W A, Wilson Cornelius, £ 
Wilson Peter, Wilson Philip. §> g 

STONY RIDGE. 

Surry county, located in southeastern corner 
county, about 20 miles from Winston. 

BUSINESS. 

Ashburn W. A., grist mill 
Barber James M., blacksmith 
Boyd McD., hotel 
Butner F. A. & Co, gen mdse 
Hiatt M. P., iron mfr 
Marion L. S., tob mfr 
McGee Joseph, lumber 
Schaub W H., lumber 
Sutliff D. H., carpenter 
Wolff N. A., physician 

Farmers — Allen John, Allen M R, Ayres James, o ° 
Ayres Joel, Barber R S, Boyd McD, Brown L B, ^ <-> 
Brown C M, Brown W N, Butner C A, Butner GW.^td 
Cullen E S, Cullen Sol, Daniels J A, Daniels MC,g'w 
Daniels Wm, Denny A M, Denny Martin, Fulk C go CT 1 
P, Fulk James S, Fulk J W, Gough W A, Hauser © j=j 
Jno, Hauser S W, Hauser Thomas, Hudron Jno C,^ 
Hunt B F, Hunt Thomas, Jackson A L, Logan J W, ' 5 
McGee Thomas, Moore A H, Moser Adam, Moser B ""J 
E. Moser E A, Muse L N, Muse R E, Owen Peyton, V 



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«,h^ Owen Thos, Ring Martin, Saunders W N", Scott A H, 
Sh^ Scott J H, Scott Samuel, Scott W P, Whitaker Abra- 
« p " ham, Whitt Jno E, Whitt Wesley 

3 1 SUMNER. 

-4-1 :-* Guilford county, on Pole Cat Creek, 7 miles from 
0G^ Greensboro, county seat and shipping point. Gold 

• k?x-^ an d copper is found in the vicinity, and is mined to 
^ "2 some extent. Farm products are corn, wheat, oats, 
© g tobacco and fruits. 

>-< ^ BUSINESS. 

>s-2 Coffin Mrs. S. C, gen mdse 
.^ '3 Coffin W. S., sboemkr and justice 
"™2 S Coltram S. H., justice 
pCt Davis Jno, carpenter 
J^^ Helton W. W., teacher 

^ © Hill's Mining & Smelting Co, W. Nichols, supt 
Hodgin David, teacher 

^2 Hodgin R. E., postmaster 
^ ^ Kirkman W. M., justice 
■q &p Little Wm., miner 

\£j-~ Nichols W., supt Hill's Mining and Smelting Works 
jg -5 Osborn W. W., blacksmith 
^ pH Plunkett Jno, physician 
■£ Roach Ada, teacher 
r-H © Stevenson H. F., butcher 
i>$ o Willis A. T., physician 
: 3g-B Willis V. R., teacher 

,ii White W., miner 
-J -§ Farmers — Barnes J R, Bishop Henry, Bishop R R, 
w W Coffin W S. Coltram S H, Davis J F, Davis J L, 
a Davis S S, Dean Will, Helton W W Hodgin A M, 
&■■ Hodgin David, Hodgin R E, Jones J B F, Jones W G 
A ®k F ' Kirkman G A ' Kirkman G W, Kirkman J E, 
0wh Kirkman W M, Lamb Penn, Layton J W, Little 
„ . Robert, Litde R F, Mallard Jno C, Nowman A A, 
ill Newman A 0, Osborn C C, Plunkett Dr Jno, Shelly 
J"* E, Shelly Wm, Shert J C, Shert R C, Shert R L, 
Maxaa Stevenson H B, Stevenson Jno, Stevenson R H, Willis 
®L Dr A T, Willis James, Willis V R 

<SUMMERFIELD, 
Guilford county, on the Cape Fear and Yadkin 
I Valley R. R., 12 miles from Greensboro, county seat, 
y^am banking, telegraph point and between Reedy Fork 



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and Haw rivers, 2^ miles from each. Rich farming 
section and rapidly improving. Population about 
150, with fine educational facilities. 

BUSINESS. 

Blair Prof. Franklin S., prin Summerfieid High f™™™? 

School and postmaster 
Blair Mrs. F. S., teacher Summerfieid High School . 
Brittain Miss Fannie 0., teacher public school "TH 

Brittain H. C, gen mdse -^ 

Brittain Miss Sallie W., teacher public school 
Case Thos., justice 
Coffin W. N., miller 

Dixon Miss Nellie, music Summerfieid High School 
Hairston Bev. W. H. (c), Methodist 
Hamburg Mills Cj* 

Harris B. Y., physician *^--t 

Highfill Jere, justice L-rrn-j 

Highfill William, gen mdse L?^ 

Hoskins J. H., revenue collector . ^j 

Jones Rev. James R., Friend f^j 

Lee J. M , jr, carpenter 

Moore's Mill fej 

Ogburn Jno. L., saw mill and justice £*» 

Parish Charles, blacksmith and wagonmkr ^^ 

Reed Joe (c), blacksmith 5w 

Rhodes Thomas, justice » ?§{ ^ 

Smith G. J., gen mdse §g J 

Summers Miss Mary E , teacher Summerfieid High §S 

School £ ra Q 

Summerfieid High School, Franklin S. Blair, prin O Jj 
Winfree W. C, carpenter j^ £ 

Willis Hugh, physician § 

Wilson Charles H., constable W S> 

Farmers— Angel T M, Barham W H. Canada W 33* 
C, Case Thomas, Daniel David, Doggett F W, Gamble §*3j* 
John G, Harris Dr B Y, Highfill Fenner, Highfill g^jj 
Floyd, Highfill P H, Holebrok Jas, Harper U 0, Has- § a ® 
kins Geo, Johnson B W, Lindsay Allen, McMichael * q 
Archibald, McMichael Jesse, McMichael J M, Me- v!.cJ 
dearis F M, Oakes Elliott, Oliver Geo, Parrish Chas, ^g 
Parrish Geo, Parrish Win, Pass Green (c), Pegram A F* 



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R, Reed Joe (c), Lee J M, sr, Stanley Ivereon, Steeple- 
ton W S, Sutton Henry, Thomas Robt, Wilson Joel, 
Wilson J A, Winfree W C. 



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THOM'S MILL, 

miles south* 
pping point. 
BUSINESS. 



b> Guilford county, 5 miles southeast of Greensfcoro, 
county seat, and snipping point. 



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p Curtis J. A., dentist 
p£ Fox M. L , physican 
^ Scott & Woody grist mill 



Farmers— Aired J W, Ford A, Holmes J B, Kirk- 
P^ g man D W, Scott S J, Tucker C A, Tucker C M. 

O^ VIENNA, 

vyl s ~" Forsyth county, 2 miles from Yadkin river and 

j"^ oT 10 from Winston county seat, banking and shipping 

X § point. Products! wheat, corn, oats, tobacco, potatoes 

y,2 and fruits. 

H W BUSINESS. 

n C Conrad A. E., saw and grist mill and justice 
f"H £ Conrad Bros. & Co, saw mill 
rfo q Conrad J. F., saw mill 
K] p^ Davis D. S., justice 
Q Davis S. D., physician 
Of ^ Doub Rev. J. B., Methodist 
3 2 Dull E. C, justice 
2 -S Coslin W. W, justice 
" 'gg Hauser Ellis, teacher 
ES PQ Hauser George, teacher ' 
M o> Lehman H. R., postmaster and justice 

H^ S Lebman P. T., teacher 
^ Mock Rev. J. C, Methodist 
|JH * Phaff Artine, teacher 
Qj "S Speas Bros, saw mill 
£2 O Sprinkle I. P., teacher 
JTj Wilson Rev. V. A., Christian 

2^ Farmers — Apperran J A, Beck J W, Clotfelter San- 

y^ ferd, Clotfelter Devit, Conrad Addison (c), Conrad 
Y~ ~i\ Carlos, Conrad Jonathan, Conrad J C, Conrad J P, 
V-^ Conrad J W, Conrad Peter (c), Conrad Springs, Con- 
' rad Timothy, Conrad Wilson (c), Dalton D N, Davis 
r^- Alex (c), Doub Irvine, Doub J B, Doub J C, Doub J 
j£^ W, Doub W, Dull E C, Franklin I L, Glen Jno (c), 
t Goslin Lewis (c), Goslin Wm, Gaslin W H, Hauser 



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For Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 

^^Sacramental Wines a Specialty. 
McAdoo House, Greensboro; N. C. 

DIRECTORY. 219 

Ellis, Hauser H J, Hauser Joel T, Hauser Wilson, 
Hunter A R, Lehman D S, Linebach R E, Long 
Jesse, Marsh Wm, Mock J C, Moser I A, Moser JE, j 
Pboff E P, Speas J S, Speas J W, Sprinkle P A, Cj 
Stimpson A D, Tise Eugene, Tise Jno, Transou Alex, 
Vogler W F, Zigler C L 

WALKERSTOWN. £J% 

Forsyth county, 9 miles northeast of Winston, » 
county seat, shipping and trading point. H2gg| 

BUSINESS. 



Dicks W. P., physician 
Hester H. A., gen mdse 
Lowry W. A., grist mil" 



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Morris John H., physician S ^— i 

Stanley Romulus, harness Spg 

Sullivan N. B, tobacco mfr W 

Farmers — Crews M J, Davis Fielder, Davis Joseph, fil) 

Dicks Dr W P, Grubb R W, Jones Jno W, Moir H l^J 

James, Morris Shade. S L 

WALNUT COVE. gf) 

Stokes^county, 22 miles from Winston, its nearest y Si 

shipping point. W 

BUSINESS. f2jj 

Banner & Bailey, tob mfrs © 01 

Banner M. R, dentist S u 

Carter D. P., carpenter £J ** 

Covington James M., grist mill ' 5^ \t7 

Covington Robert, blacksmith Q &\ 

Fulp Elias, physician and dentist mA 



Gentry W. H., whisky distiller © 

Hairston Cabell, grist and saw mill Cj 

Isom James, whisky distiller and gen mdse ES 2E 

Jones A. G., physician - ■ 

Jones & Dalton, dentists ^ 3 

Lash Luther, blacksmith £3 m 
Lash W. A., tob mfr, whisky distiller, gen mdse, grist «>-^ 

and saw mill H r~ 

Parham J. M., cooper 2 ^ 

Smith A. J., tanner ™ m 



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DIRECTORY 



** 2 Smith Frederick, blacksmith 

" Smith J. F., tanner 

H-rEl Tillotson W. H., mill wright 

Eel (I) Young Howard, harnessmkr 

^* b Farmers — Adams S, Bailey B, Barker James 



Barker 



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h«u Wash, Blackburn W N, Burton H A, Bynum Ben, 
Covington J M, Fulp D, Fulp Flint, Fulp Joe, Fulp 
Stephen, Fulton Pettis, Gentry W H, Gibson M B, 
Hairston Cabell. Hairston Peter W, Heath Bud, Isom 
Light, James Dr A Q, Lasly C M. Lash Dr W A, Lewis 
G L, Linville Jno M, Morefield William, Martin Jno, 
Mathews Cabell, Mathews W C, Mounce William, 
Neal Isaac, Pank Samuel, Poindexter D, Redmore Joe, 
Redmon Yancy, Rierson S C, Solomon Jno, Vaughn 
W B, Young Howard, Young Pink. 

WESTMINSTER. 
Guilford county, 10 miles from Greensboro, county 
seat and banking point, and 3 miles to Jamestown, 
^ on Richmond and Danville Railroad, shipping point. 

ft BUSINESS. 

Beard W, S , gen mdse and postmaster 

p Brigs Bros . wagon and carriage makers 

Pi Davis J. F., teacher 

« Dundass Marshall, saw and grist mill 

** Leadbetter E. A., gen mdse 



"jj Mendenhall E. P., teacher 



rfc Richardson J. A 
y Stark L. T 






Mendenhall Nevins, civil engineer 
Reid W. F., shoemkr 

wagon and carriage maker 
. wagon maker 
Wheeler W. W., soapstone quarry 

Farmers— Beard W S, Cartland F G, Davis Henry, 
Davis Stephen, Elliott Aaron, Frederick Madison, 
Gossett Nathan, Hammer E, Henly Nathan, Horney 
Chas P, Lamb Uriah, Mendenhall Nevins, Thornton 
Elias, Wheeler William, White Thos, Williams Mack 

WHITE ROAD. 

Forsyth county, 12J miles from Winston, county 
seat, shipping and trading point. 

BUSINESS. 
Fulp W. W., gen mdse 
Medearis Wm„ grist mill 



DIRECTORY. 221 



h iixii coll 

A First-class Practical School. Circulars free. 
W. McKAY, Principal, Macon, Ga 



Farmers— C*rter J K P, CrutchfieJd L S. Fare J 
T. Fulp W W. Fulton F. Fulton J G, Fulton J W, 
Linville E B. Neal C W L, Pegram G A, Whick- 
er M L 

WINSTON 

Farmers — Allspaugb John. Allspaugh J W. 

Bahnson H T. Banner W C. Beck Wm Blackwell 
James-', Burke A Boyer John. Byerly H Bverly W A. 

Charles J, Cox J H, Crews" C. Crews J C, Craft 
J I, Crews J P, Crews J W, Creuse H. 

Dav J M 

Faw J E, Fishel S J, Fries W W. 

Griffth A R. 

HanfB P H. Hine E E. Hine E J, Hine J N, 
Hine Noah, Hine T T, Hunter J M, 

Johnson Wm, 

Kiser John, Ketner L, 

Lashmit J A, Linville Rohert, 

Mast Jno, Masten C W, Mickey J E, Mock A B, 

Nading Joseph, Nicholson J C. 

Pf'ohl & Stockton, Pratt Francis. Pratt Jno L, 

Beed Jesse, Reed H, Richmond J M, Robertson C H, 

Shaffner J F, Shore F J, Shouse Jesse, Sides A E, 
Sides C P, Sides L H, Sink George, Sink L A. Smith 
James, Snider W R, Spaugh T H, Spease T D, 
Stafford W B, Starhuck D H. 

Thomas Wm, Tise J E. 

Willard George. 



GREENSBORO ERRATA 



Coble instead Cable 
Harvey instead Harry 
Seigman instead Sligman 
Thorn instead Thorn 
Verson G. W. instead Veron 
Wyrick instead Wynck 
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&ERNESVILLE, 

On the Salem branch of the Richmond k Danville 
R. R., 11 miles from Winston, its banking point has 
churches, schools, express and telegraph facilities. 
Population 500 

BUSINESS. 

B^ard, Roberts & Co, gen mdse and tob mfrs 

Reason J. HL, gen mdse / 

Brown & Sapp, tob mfrs 

Carter & Nelson, groceries 

Davis Halej 7 '. saddles and harness maker 

Duggihs R. E. barber shop 

Edwards H C, gen mdse and saw mill 

Guver J. M., gen mdse 

Harmon J. S-, treas Kernersville Mfg Co and grist 

mill 
Harmon & Smith, grist 
Hasten Bros, gen mdse 
Jones J. L.. manager Kernersville Mfg Co 
Jordan St Harrell wagon and carriage mkrs 
Jordan R. A., town constable 
Kerner & Greenfield, tob mfrs 
Kerner House, Israel Kerner, propr 
Kerner J. E., postmaster 
Kerner R. P., agt R. & D R. R. 
Kernersvillei Jligh School, S. C. Lindsay, prin 
Kernersville Mfg Co., tob mfrs 
Kernersville News, J. H. Lindsay, ed and prop 
King J. S., gen mdse 
Knights of Honor, J. M. Guyer, die; C W. Hunt, 

reporter 
Lash D W , shoemakr 
Leak W. H & Co , tob mfrs 
Lewis & Huff, wagon and carriage makers 
Lindsay J. H., ed and propr Kernersville News 



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Lindsay Mrs. R. F., teacher Kernersville Hif h School 

Lindsay S. C, principal Kernersville High S hool 

Linville W. A k Co., livery, feed and sale stable 

Matthews L P., grist mill 

R,<y J. S , mayor 

Rights Rev. C. L.. Moravian 

Sapp B J., physician 

Sapp & Brown, toh mfrs 

Sapp Hotel, Dr B. J Sapp, propr 

Sapp N W , gen mdse 

Starbnck T. C . president Kernersville Mfg Co 

Thomas Rev. J C , Methodist 

Farmers — AdkinsJ W, Ballard Pinkney, Blalcock 
J R A, Brookbank T H. Cook John, Crews John, Crews 
Joseph. Crews Thomas, Crews W W, Dean Franklin, 
Dean Uriah, Driggan Ashley, Driggan D B, Eaton 
Joseph, Foy W F, Glascock John B, Hasten John 
Hasten Moses, Hasten Pleasant, Hester Jeremiah, 
Hitchcock John, Holder H H, Holder Joseph, Hol- 
ton R E, Hull Eberfc. Idol G H, Jones J W, Kerner 
D P, Kerner G F, Lea!< W H, Macy John, Matthews 
L P, Morris Ruebeu, Nelson Joseph, Pegg Oliver. 
Perry Henry, Perry Jonathan, Perry V W, Phelps 
Mose, Phipps Joseph, Phipps Ransom, Vance J S, 
Vance Martin. Ray George, Ring Rev Sandy, Robbins 
E, Robertson A, Sapp William, Secrish John, Smith 
Henry, Smith Noah, Stafford D R, Stafford Henry, 
Stafford Joseph, Stafford Robert, Stanley Adrian, 
Talley U P, Teague A, Teague Charles Tottle J H, 
Watson Henry, Watson William, Wilson George, 
Wilson Thomas, Wilson William. 

SALEM. 

Farmers — Bahnson Dr H T, Bailey R D, Becker- 
dite B T, Beckerdite J, Beeson J, Bodenhammer J 
P, Chamelin J H, Charles D, Charles J P, Crouse H, 



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Ebert William. Enochs A H Enochs J, Faw C, Faw 
J E, Fishel S Fishel T. Fogle A, Hege A W, Hege 
S A, Hine E E, Hine J N, Hine N. Johnson C E, 
Kimmell J C, Kinnan.on A, Lachmit William. Light 
P E Linville 11 T, Longworth E Longworth R Long 
% Rev S. Lone S A, Long Rev T, Masten R L Men- 
denhall J, Mendenhall J J, Miller G. Miller Joseph, 
Miller MA'. Matainger Jos. Nading Wm, Nifong Wm, 
Patterson J C, Pitts A, Pope C, Pope N. Reed A L, 
■» Reed J, Reed J G, Reed L. Reich A N Reich W. Rey- 
nolds C A Reynolds W P, Robbins J P, Robertson C, 
Rothrook C, Rominger E A, Rothrock F, Shore F J, 
Shore J. Shore N W. Sides E N, Sink D, Sink F. Sink 
R Smith A Smith J F, Smith L, Smith M V. Snider 
A, Snider A P, Snider K Snider W, Spaugh T H, 
Stafford L W. Stewart F, Stewart J L. Stewart M M, 
Swaim C, Swaim J L Swaim S, Swain W L, Thomas 
J, Thomas W. [Walls S W, Wearil H H, Wearil L F, 
Wearil W A, Whicker A G, Whicker R J, Wilson R, 
Yokley A H. 




BACK PASTER. 



W.T. CARTER & CO. 

Corner Fourth and Main Streets, 

WINSTON, ]ST. c. 

Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in 

General Merchandise, 

Comprising a full line 

DRY GOODS, 

DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, 

Boots, Shoes, Hats @ Gaps, 

TRUNKS, YALISES AND SSTCHELS. 
A Large Stock G10CI1I1S Alnjioskui 



Agents for the followin 
are first class for Corn, 



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I^ister'^ Phos 

Gram e G 

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And the well known 
Which, for fine yel 

Call early and often, wl 
attentive salesmen. 

Thanking the public fo 
and with best endeavors 
future, we are, Ve 









V $i t ' /Public L%ry/ 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



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