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oB EENSBO/? 

CITY 

DIRECTORY 

For 1887, 



CONTAINING A 



Ejeneral Dfrecfonj of the Citizen^. 



Business and Street Directory. 

AND A MISCELLANEOUS COMPILATION OF 
USEFUL INFORMATION. 



A DIRECTORY OF IjEHMLLK WILL BE FOUND FOLLOWING, 



PRICE, - $3.00. 



THOMPSON, BREED & CROFUTT, 

NEWBURGH, N. Y. 



I 



MANUFACTURER OF 



paddle?, Harney, Collar, 85c. 




AND DEALER IN 



BUGGIES m CARRIAGES. 



FINE WOBK AMD TURF GOODS A SPECIALTY. 



THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF 



EmbroiderySilks and Embroidery Goods 

IN THE SOUTHERN STATES. 

Over the Store of Houston & Bro., Wholesale Gro- 
cers, also in the FIELDS «fc CAUSEY BLOCK, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



It is with pleasure we are enabled to place before our readers, 
and the public, our first directory for Greensboro and Reidsville. 
Our work contains an alphabetical list of the adult population, a 
classified Business Directory, and a miscellaneous compilation of 
the civil authorities, courts, churches, societies, &c. We have 
endeavored to make our work thorough in every department, and 
we extend our thanks to our patrons, and the citizens who so 
kindly aided us by their courtesies, reception and liberality. 
May Greensboro and Reidsville continue to grow and prosper, 
and their citizens be blessed with happiness and fortune's 
choicest gifts. 

Respectfully, 

THOMPSON, BREED & CROFUTT, 

Publishers. 
Greensboko, April, 1887. 



i tt O JL J 



J. W. SCOTT & CO. 

Cor. So, Elm and Washington Sts., 

Wholesale Merchants. 



-HlcTWe DBP^F]aEpg.3N- 



ONE DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF 

AT WHOLESALE OXL1. 

Full Line of Dress Goods, Prints, Pant Goods, Hosiery, 
Gloves, Suspenders, Stationery, &c. 

The Grocery Department contains a General Stock, of 

glaple and FaRGY Sp§(iepies 

SUGAR, COFFEE, SYRUP, MOLASSES, 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, 

C-A.TST3STE2ID GOODS, ETC. 

We Buy Largely of Dried Fruits and other Country Produce. 



Correspondence in all parts of the United States solicited. 

J. W. SCOTT & CO, 



GREENSBORO STREET DIRECTORY. 



Ash, froni Gaston south bey. limits 

Asheboro, from Gorrell southeast bey. limits 

Belle Meade Ave, from Clay west to Edge worth 

Bragg, from S. Elm east to Asheboro, S. G. 

Cedar, from Greene south to Salisbury road 

Church, from North Elm northeast bey. limits 

Clay, from junc. of Elm and Church northwest to Greene 

East Market, from Elm east bey. limits 

East Sycamore, from South Elm east to Lyndon 

East Washington, from South Elm east bey. limits 

Edgeworth, from Greene south to W. Washington 

Eugene, from Gaston south to Walker Ave 

Factory, from R. & D. R. R. east bey. limits, S. G. 

Fayetteville, from South Elm southeast to Gorrell, S. G. 

Gaston, from Cedar east to Forbes 

Gorrell, from Fayetteville east bey. limits, S. G. 

Harpersville rd, from North east bey. limits 

Lee, from S. Elm east bey. limits, S. G. 

Lindsay, from Church east bey. limits 

McAdoo Avenue, from Factory south to Gorrell 

McDonald, from S. Elm west to Ash 

Mebane, from North Davie east to Forbes 

Mebane road, from South Elm southwest bey. limits, S. G. 

North, from Lindsay north to Harpersville rd 

North Davie, from East Market north to Church 

North Elm, from Market north to Church 

North Forbes, from East Market north to Lindsay 

North Gilmer, from East Market north to Lmdsay 

North Greene, from AVest Market northwest bey. limits 

Fercy, from East Market north to Lindsay 

South Davie, from East Market south bey. limits 

South Elm, from Market south bey. limits 

South Forbes, from East Market south to East Washington 

South Gilmer, from East Market south to East Washington 

South Greene, from West Market south to W. Washington 

Spring, from Greene south bey. limits 

Walker Ave, from Ash west bey. limits 

West Market, from Elm west bey. limits 

West Sycamore, from South Elm west to Edgeworth 

West Washington, from South Elm west to Edgeworth 



Greensboro North State. 

THOMAS B. KEOGH, JAMES E. BOYD, 

Editors and Proprietors. 

■ ■§— ■ — a8#=-HK>" — •$■ ■ 

WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, 

REPUBMCAff IX POMTICS, 

Published at Greensboro, N. C. 



BfflJUB— 



Contains each week, Summary of Telegraphic News from all parts 
of the United States ; a Continued Story ; choice Agricultural, Scien- 
tific and Miscellaneous Reading ; State News ; the Markets, &c. Also 
a Talmage Sermon each week, with other Religious Reading. Illus- 
trated matter in every number. 



* Ji jSPECIflli FE^Tu^E *■ 

Commencing March 10th, 1887, will be sketches of the Battles of the 
late Civil War, illustrated with pictures of the officers on both sides. 
These sketches will appear during the next four years at or near the 
25th anniversary of each battle. 

The GREENSBORO NORTH STATE contains 8 pages, 48 
columns, and has at least 38 columns of reading matter each week. 

Terms : $1.50 Per Annum in Advance. 

Address KEOGH & BOYD, 

GBEEXSBOBO, X. €. 



THE CITY OF GREENSBORO. 



Hekewith we present to our readers a brief sketch of the 
City of Greensboro, giving a review of its commercial and man- 
ufacturing interests. Situated in Guilford County, being the 
county seat of Government, having the best of railway facilities, 
hotel accommodations, well laid out and graded streets, beauti- 
ful residences and substantial business blocks. Its citizens are 
well educated, prosperous and energetic. Its growth is swift 
and substantial, and it now ranks as one of the most prominent 
cities in the State of North Carolina. No inland city could be 
better. Situated in the centre of a good agricultural region, and 
one of the best fruit-growing sections of the United States ; best 
of water and unsurpassed for healthfulness. Its climate is very 
desirable, having mild winters and pleasant summers. When we 
call to mind the long, tedious and severe winters of the North 
and "West, and the hot, sweltering sections of the extreme South, 
Greensboro presents to us a happy solution of a choice. In 
making the comparison, our pen fails to do justice to the sub- 
ject. We would advise the citizens to more appreciate this 
great advantage of climate, and to make greater efforts in adver- 
tising the same in the thickly-settled and overflowing sections of 
the Eastern States, attracting desirable emigration here to de- 
velop the agricultural interests of the county, and thereby add 
greater strength to the steady growth and support of the city. 

Guilford County, aside from its mineral products, has great 
advantage as a farming and fruit-growing section. Its land is 
rolling, well drained and reasonably fertile, and very easy to im- 
prove. Land is cheap, being offered at $3 to $20 per acre. The 
county is well covered with valuable timber for lumber, fencing 
and fuel. All kinds of cereals and fruits, especially the lucious 
peach, can be grown in abundance. Tobacco of the finest qual- 
ity is also grown in large quantities, and the city is now taking 
rank , with the large tobacco markets of the " Tobacco Belt." 

The city has excellent transportation facilities, being on the 
line of the great Piedmont Air Line of the Richmond and Dan- 
ville System, connecting with Richmond and Norfolk, and with 
the Virginia Midland Railroad for Washington and all eastern 
points, and with the same line for the South and West ; with the 
Goldsboro Branch for Raleigh, Goldsboro and the coast, with 
the Salem Branch for Salem and Winston, and by the Cape Fear 
& Yadkin Valley Railroad for Fayetteville and intermediate sta- 
tions, thus making Greensboro a very important railroad centre. 
The first-claes hotel accommodations attract large numbers of 
commercial men and travelers to spend the Sabbath and their 
leisure time in the city. The large, handsome McAdoo House, 
with its well ventilated rooms, and fine cuisine, under the man- 
agement of Host Vernon, is one of the great attractions of the 



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GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



city. The Benbow is also a first-class house. There are good 
churches, with able ministers of the Gospel, good livery accom- 
modations, fine drives, and well shaded sidewalks. There are 
eleven newspapers published in the city, two of which are dailies. 
The city has excellent educational facilities, having a good pub- 
lic school system, several private schools, besides the beautiful 
Greensboro Female College and Bennet's Seminary for colored 
students. The Guilford County Court House, with the town 
clock in the steeple, is situated on the corner of North Elm and 
Market Streets. It is a large, well arranged building. The new 
United States Court House and Post Office, costing $75,000, is 
situated on the opposite corner. An appropriation of $100,000 
by the city for general improvements has been voted for almost 
unanimously. The spirit of enterprise and progress has firmly 
taken hold of the citizens and business men, and we predict for 
them abundant reward for their labor. Here is laid a solid foun- 
dation, and here will surely be reared upon it a great city. 



THE LEADING BUSINESS MEX AND MANU- 
FACTURERS ARE 

J. W. Scott «fc Co., wholesale and retail grocers and 
wholesale dry goods and notions. This prosperous firm began 
business here in 1871, as a retail grocery. The business grew 
rapidly, and soon was added a wholesale department in the same 
line. Shortly afterwards was added another department of dry 
goods and notions, at wholesale only. They occupy the large 
brick building, 50 x 100, three stories front, on the corner of 
South Elm and Washington Streets, with two brick warehouses 
in the rear, and a warehouse on Davie Street. They employ 
traveling salesmen, and sell goods largely to merchants in all the 
surrounding counties. They also deal largely in dried fruits, 
shipping the same to the northern and western markets. 

Sample S. Brown, wholesale and retail dry goods, dress 
goods, etc., occupies a double store in the Commercial Block on 
South Elm Street. The business consists of dry goods, clothing, 
boots, shoes, hats, caps, carpets, fancy and dress goods of every 
description. The stock is large and complete in every depart- 
ment. A large number of clerks are employed, and business is 
always good with Sample S. Brown. Probably no better ar- 
ranged store or finer stock of goods can be found in the South 
than is carried by this enterprising merchant. 

W. BE. Wakefield «fc Co. are located on South Elm 
Street, opposite the Commercial Block, where they carry a large 
stock of hardware, agricultural implements, stoves, heaters, tin 
ware, fertilizers, etc., and sewing machines. They are also man- 
ufacturers of the celebrated Wakefield Cook Stove. This house 
enjoys a large and substantial trade, and are well deserving of 
their success. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 13 

J. Will Armfield occupies a double store in the Com- 
mercial Block with J. W. Scott & Co., where he carries a 
full line of dry goods, carpets, clothing, boots, shoes, hats and 
general furnishing goods of all kinds. The genial proprietor, 
with his able corps of clerks, is always attentive to the business 
of his well regulated establishment. His trade is large and 
increasing, and ranks as one of the best in the State. 

liCvi Houston, harness, wagons and embroidery silk, 
occupies the upper part of the brick store building of Houston 
Brothers on South Elm Street, with a branch salesroom in the 
Field & Causey Building. The first department consists of har- 
ness and horse furnishing goods, trunks and valises. The second 
department, of embroidery silk, is the largest of the kind south of 
Baltimore. He sells goods in all the Southern States. This 
large establishment is under the general supervision of Mr. J. H. 
Harris, a very competent and energetic business man. 

Houston Brothers, wholesale and retail grocers, and 
shippers of country produce, occupy the large brick building on 
South Elm Street, opposite Benbow Hall. Their place of busi- 
ness is also headquarters for the celebrated Tar Heel Liniment, 
Houston & Emerson, proprietors. 

The Odell Hardware Company (incorporated), J. A. 
Odell, President, and C. H. Ireland, Secretary and Treasurer. 
This mammoth establishment is located in the brick building 
south of the McAdoo House. The business consists of whole- 
sale hardware, cutlery, stoves, guns and sporting goods, farm 
machinery, sash, blinds and doors, paints, oils, etc. They issue 
a large illustrated catalogue, and employ traveling salesmen, sell- 
ing goods in all the States of the South. 

Hunter «& Michaux, druggists and seedsmen, occupy the 
fine store-room at the north end of the McAdoo House, where 
they carry a full line of drugs, medicines and seeds of all kinds. 
They are also jobbers of cigars. 

Porter & Tate, druggists and seedsmen, are located near 
the National Bank, where they have a well regulated store, and 
carry a full line of goods in their trade. 

O. H. Boyster, dry goods and furnishing goods, is situa- 
ted in the Benbow House Block. 

The Hike Book Company, book-sellers, stationers, etc., 
are located in the Benbow House Block, opposite the National 
Bank. 

The Greensboro Book Company, M. E. Howard, 
prop., book-sellers, stationery, etc., is situated in the Benbow 
House Block, south of the hotel entrance. 



14 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

O. W. Carr «fc Co., Life, Fire and Accident Insurance, 
are located in the Commercial Block, over the store of S. S. 
Brown. Mr. Carr represents the best companies, and is pre- 
pared to place all kinds of insurance at short notice. 

E. C ©'Sullivan, stoves, tin ware, water, steam and gas 
fitter, and tobacco flue manufacturer, is located on S. Elm Street, 
south of the Odell Hardware Co. 

Harris <& Fiippen, wholesale and retail hardware, cut- 
lery, stoves, carriage material and sporting goods, are located on 
S. Elm Street, opposite the Commercial Block. 

The Knoxville Furniture Co., A. Kennedy, manager, 
dealers in all kinds of furniture, in the Wharton Block, on S. Elm 
Street. 

The Banner Warehouse for the sale of leaf tobacco is 
located on West Market Street, B. D. Williams & Co., proprietors. 

The Star Warehouse for the sale of leaf tobacco, is 
located on Davie Street, W. B. Land, proprietor. 

The Farmers' Warehouse for the sale of leaf tobacco, 
is located on Green and Clay Streets, W. E. Bevill & Co., pro- 
prietors. 

The principal manufacturers are W. A. Field & Co., plug and 
twist tobacco ; J. L. King & Co., plug and twist tobacco ; 
The Sergeant Mfg. Co., stoves, machinery, castings, saw- 
-mills, &c. ; Thomas McMahon, of the North Carolina Coach 
Material Company, coach material, spokes, handles, &c. ; The 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Factory and Lumber Dealers ; 
T. E. Shober & Co. of the North Carolina Handle Co. ; Brooks 
& Love, saw-mill, rough and dressed lumber ; Thomas Woodruffe, 
saw and planing-mill, and furnisher of carpenters' materials. 
There are many other establishments and creditable business 
houses, not mentioned in this sketch, which will be found in our 
classified Business Directory. 



Dry Goods, Clothing, p Mill | * D 8V/I C I E B Fl Hats > Ca P s aild 
Boots and Shoes. U B W 1 1 L A IB E VI T 3 L L I f Gents' Furnishings. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 15 



GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Alfred M. Scales, Governor, salary $3,000. 

C. H. Armfield, Private Secretary, $500 and fees. 

Charles M. Stedman, Lieut. Governor and President of Sen- 
ate, salary $8 per day during session. 

W. Ij. Saunders, Secretary of State, salary $2,000 and fees. 

D. W. Bain, Treasurer, salary $3,000. 

H. M. Cowan, Chief Clerk, salary $1,500. 

William P. Koberts, Auditor, salary $1,500. 

S. M. Finger, Superintendent of Public Instruction, $1,500. 

Johnston Jones, Adjutant General, salary $600. 

T. F. Davidson, Attorney General, salary $600. 

Montford McGehee, Commissioner Agriculture, salary $2,000. 

J. C. Birdsong, Librarian, salary $750. 

C. M. Roberts, Keeper of the Capitol, $750. 

The Governor's Council consists of the Secretary of State, 
Treasurer, Auditor, and Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Supreme Court. — William N. H. Smith, Chief Justice, salary 
$2,500. A. S. Merrimon, Thos. S. Ashe, Associate Justices, sal- 
ary $2,500. T. S. Kenan, Clerk, salary $1,000. II. H. Bradley, 
Marshal. Attorney General, Reporter. 

Supreme Court meets in Kaleigh on the first Monday in Feb- 
ruary and October. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

Districts. Judges. Solicitors. 

First J. E. Sheppard Jno. F. Blount 

Second Fred Phillips John H. Collins 

Third H. G. Connor D. Worthington 

Fourth Walter Clark Swift Galloway 

Fifth Jno. A. Gilmer J. A. Long 

Sixth E. T. Boykin O. H. Allen 

Seventh J. C. McRae Frank McNeill 

Eighth W. J. Montgomery B. F. Long 

Ninth J. F. Graves R. B. Glenn 

Tenth A. C. Avery W. H. Bower 

Eleventh William M. Shipp Frank I. Osborne 

Twelfth J. H. Merrimon G. S. Ferguson 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



All the Novelties in Ladies 9 Dress Goods can be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

16 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Public Works and Institutions in ST. C. 

University of North Carolina, situated at Chapel Hill, Orange 
County, 28 miles W. N. W. from Baleigh. Ee-opened Septem- 
ber 5tn, 1875. 

Officers of the University — Hon. Kemp P. Battle, President ; 
W. T. Patterson, Secretary. 

The North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
Blind. — Located at Baleigh. W. J. Young, Principal ; J. B. 
Grimes, Steward ; Dr. B. B. Haywood, Physician ; L. E. Heartt, 
Treasurer. 

Insane Asylum of North Carolina. — Situated in the vicinity of 
Baleigh. Will accommodate 250 patients. Dr. Eugene Grissom, 
Superintendent ; Dr. F. T. Fuller, Assistant Physician. 

U. 8. Assay Office. — Charlotte. B. P. Waring, Assayor, Melter 
and Befiner. 

Western N. C. Insane Asylum, Morganton — Dr. P. L. Murphy, 
Superintendent; Dr. E. M. Summerell, Assistant Physician; 
Directors — W. J. Yates, President ; J. W. Wilson, J. J. Davis, 
E. A. Perkins, F. T. Fuller, J. P. Sawyer, J. G. Hall, J. C. Sharp, 
and Jos. P. Caldwell. 

State Penitentiary — Officers — W, J. Hicks, Architect and War- 
den ; D. C. Murray, Steward ; Dr. J. W. McGhee, Physician. 

State Medical Society — President, Dr. Henry T. Bahnson, of 
Salem ; Vice Presidents, Dr. G. G. Smith, of Concord ; Dr. J. L. 
Nicolson, of Bichland ; Dr. C. M. Pool, of Salisbury. Secretary, 
Dr. Julian M. Baker ; Treasurer, Dr. B. L. Payne, Jr. Meets at 
Charlotte on the second Wednesday in April (April 13). 

State Dental Association — President, B. H. Douglass, of Ashe- 
ville ; Vice Presidents, C. A. Bominger, of Beidsville ; H. B. 
Herring, of Concord ; Secretary, T. M. Hunter, of Fayetteville ; 
Treasurer, J. W. Hunter, of Salem ; Executive Committee, J. W. 
Hunter, J. H. Hunter, J. H. Durham and H. C. Herring. More- 
head City was chosen as the next place of meeting, June 7, 1887. 

UNITED STATES COURTS IN NORTH CAROLINA 

United States Circuit Court — Eastern District, held in Baleigh, 
first Monday in June and last Monday in November. H. L.* 
Bond, Circuit Judge. A. S. Seymour, Eastern District Court 
Judge. U. S. Marshal, V. Y. Bichardson. N. J. Biddick, Cir- 
cuit Court Clerk. 

Sure Cure for T fl Q JJ £ T B I | M B M C kl T Bites or Poison- 
Poison Oak, I Mil IILLL LlnllTlLlt I ous Stings. 



Money will secure good bargains in Tin, Wood and 
Willowware at W. H. Wakefield <& Co., S. JKlm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 17 

Eastern District Court — At Elizabeth City, third Monday in 
April and October — Wm. C. Brooks, Clerk. Newbern — Fourth 
Monday in April and October. Geo. E. Tinker, Clerk. Wil- 
mington — First Monday after the fourth Monday in April and 
October. Wm. H. Shaw, Clerk. District Attorney, Fabius H. 
Busbee. 

United States Western District Court — Judge, Kobert P. Dick. 
D. Settle, United States Marshal. Charlotte, second Monday in 
June and December. H. C. Cowles, Clerk ; E. K. P. Osborne, 
Dep. Clerk. Greensboro, first Monday in April and October. 
Clerk, J. W. Payne. Statesville — Third Monday in April and 
October. Clerk, H. C. Cowles. Asheville — First Monday in 
May and November. Clerk, James E. Reed. Attorney, H. C. 
Jones. 



SUPERIOR COURTS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



First Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Avery. Fall, Judge Graves. 

Beaufort, February 14, May 30, November 28. 
Currituck, March 7, September 5. 
Camden, March 14, September 12. 
Pasquotank, March 21, June 13, September 19. 
Perquimans, March 28, September 26. 
Chowan, April 4, June 20, October 3. 
Gates, April 11, October 10. 

Hertford, April 18, June 27, October 17, December 19. 
Washington, April 25, October 24, December 12. 
Tyrrell, May 2, October 31. 
Dare, May 9, November 7. 
Hyde, February 7, May 16, November 14. 
Pamlico, May 23, November 21. 

Second Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Shipp. Fall, Judge Avery. 

Halifax, January 10, March 7, May 16, November 14. 
Northampton, Jan. 24, April 4, June 13, October 3. 
Warren, March 21, September 19. 
Edgecombe, February 7, April 18, October 17. 
Bertie, May 2, October 31. 
Craven, February 14, May 30, November 28. 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



SAMPLE S. BROWN does the leading Shoe and 
Hat business in Greensboro. 

18 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Third Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Merrimon. Fall, Judge Shipp. 

Pitt, January 10, March 21, June 13, September 19. 
Wilson, February 7, April 18, October 31. 
Vance, February 21, May 23, October 17. 
Martin. March 7, September 5, December 5. 
Greene, April 4, October 3. 
Nash, May 2, November 21. 
Franklin, January 24, June 6, August 15, November 14. 

Fourth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Shepherd. Fall, Judge Merrimon. 

Wake, January 10, February 28, March 28, April 25, July 11, 
August 29, September 26, October 24. 

Wayne, January 24, March 14, April 18, July 25, September 12, 
October 17. 

Harnett, February 7, August 8. 

Johnston, February 14, August 15. 

Fifth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Phillips. Fall, Judge Shepherd. 

Granville, January 31, May 9, September 12, November 28. 
Chatham, February 14, May 23, October 3. 
Guilford, February 21, June 13, August 29, December 12. 
Alamance, March 7, June 6, September 26. 
Durham, March 14, May 30, October 17. 
Orange, March 28, August 8, November 7. 
Caswell, April 18, August 15, November 14. 
Person, May 2, August 22, November 21. 

Sixth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Connor. Fall, Judge Phillips. 

New Hanover, January 24, April 18, September 26. 
Lenoir, February 7, August 22, November 14. 
Duplin, February 14, September 5, November 28. 
Sampson, February 28, May 2, October 10, December 12. 
Pender, March 14, May 9, September 12. 
Carteret, March 21, October 24. 
Jones, March 28, August 15, October 31. 
Onslow, April 4, November 7. 

Seventh Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Clark. Fall, Judge Connor. 

Anson, January 10, May 2, September 12, Nov. 28. 

Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Factories, Wood Workers, 
Quartz Mills a Specialty with O. W. CABM & CO, 



Large assortment of rt 11/11 ADMCICI W Window Furnishings, 
Carpets and Oil-cloths. U| WILL A II IY1 F ItLU Table linen, Towels, &c 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 19 

Cumberland, January 24, March 14, May 9, July 25, Nov. 7, 
November 14. 

Columbus, January 17, March 28, August 1. 
Kobeson, January 31, May 23, August 29, October 10. 
Richmond, February 14, June 6, Sept. 26, Dec. 19. 
Bladen, March 21, October 24. 
Brunswick, April 4, September 19. 
Moore, April 18, August 15, December 5. 

Eighth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Gilmer. Fall, Judge Clark. 

Irdell, February 7, May 28, August 8, November 7. 
Rowan, February 21, May 9, August 22, Nov. 21. 
Davidson, March 7, June 6, Sept. 5, December 5. 
Randolph, March 21, September 19. 
Montgomery, April 4, October 3. 
Stanley, April 11, October 17. 
Cabarrus, January 31, May 2, October 31. 

Ninth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Boykin. Fall, Judge Gilmer. 

Rockingham, January 24, July 25, Nov. 7. 
Forsyth, February 7,' May 23, October 24. 
Yadkin, February 21, September 26. 
Wilkes, March 7, May 2, September 12. 
Alleghany, March 21, September 5. 
Davie, April 4, October 10. 
Stokes, April 18, August 8, November 14. 
Surry, April 25, August 22, November 21. 

Tenth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge McRae. Fall, Judge Boykin. 

Henderson, February 14, July 18. 
Burke, March 7, August 8. 
Caldwell, March 21, September 5. 
Ashe, March 27, May 30, August 22. 
Watauga, April 4, June 6, August 29. 
Mitchell, April 18, September 12. 
Yancev, May 2, September 26. 
McDowell, May 16, October 10. 

Eleventh Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Montgomery. Fall, Judge McRae. 
Union February 14, May 23, September 19. 
Mecklenburg, February 28, August 29. 

Old Jamaica Rum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - OdeU Building, Greensboro, N. C. 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPIiE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 

20 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Gaston, March 21, October 10. 

Lincoln, April 4, October 3. 

Cleveland, April 11, August 8, October 24 

Rutherford, April 25, October 1. 

Polk, May 9, November 14. 

Catawba, January 31, June 6, August 1. 

Alexander, January 24, June 13, July 25. 

Twelfth Judicial District. 

Spring, Judge Graves. Fall, Judge Montgomery. 
Buncombe, March 14, June 20, August 15, Dec. 5. 
Madison, February 28, August 1, November 21. 
Trarjsylvania, April 4, September 5. 
Haywood, April 11, September 12. 
Jackson, April 25, September 26. 
Macon, May 9, October 3. 
Clay, May 16, October 10. 
Cherokee, May 23, October 17. 
Graham, June 6, October 31. 
Swain, June 13, November 7. 



GREENSBORO CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor, R. R. King 

Treasurer, W. B. Bogart 

City Attorney, W. P. Caldwell 
Tax Collector, R. M. Rees 

Chief of Police, R. M. Rees 

Fire Marshal, R. F. Thomas 

Capt. Hose Company, F. J. Eldridge 

Board of City Commissioners. 

Mayor, R. R. King, Clerk, Neil Ellington. 

NORTH WARD. 

W. B. Bogart, G. W. Allen, Neil Ellington; 

SOUTH WARD. 

L. M. Scott, C. P. Vanstory, W. S. Hill. 

^r^LST Houston & Emerson or TT°' 



*• The best thing on wheels " is the Champion Farm 
Wagon for sale by W. M. Wakefield «fc Co., S. Elm. 

GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 21 

Justices of the Peace. 

Township. 

GILMER. 

A. P. Eckel, W. A. Horney, 

J. M. Wolf, L. G. Anthony, 

J. A. Pritchett, W. D. Wharton. 

MOREHEAD. 

J. B. Balsey, J. Van Lindley, 

J. W. Albright, Geo. Donnell, 

P. H. Bilbro, W. M. Edwards. 



County Officers of Guilford County. 

Elections held every two years. Next election first Tuesday 
in November, 1888. 

Oliver C. Wheeler Sheriff 

K. M. Bees Deputy Sheriff 

M. V. Hobbs " 

B. 0. Phillips " 

H. C. Lamb " 

E.B. Wheeler Clerk 

Albert A. Holton Clerk Superior Court 

J. J. Nelson Deputy " " 

J. W. Causey Begister of Deeds 

William H. McCormick Clerk 

Abel G. Kirkman ...County Treasurer 

L. E. Osborn Court Surveyor 

A. A. Hinton " Coroner 



SUPERIOR COURTS 

Meets at Greensboro, C. H.: 

Last Monday in February, session lasting two weeks. 
First Monday in June, session lasting one week. 
Last Monday in August, session lasting two weeks. 
Second Monday in December, session lasting two weeks. 



BOARD OF COUJTTY COMMISSIONERS. 

Meets at Greensboro, C. H., First Monday in Every Month. 

Budtveis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro, JV. C. 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

22 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

COMMISSIONERS : 

C. A. Boon, L. C. Winchester, J. H. Millis, 

W. E. Bevill, Z. M. Foust. 

B. B. King, County Attorney. 

W. W. Young, Keeper of Alms House. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Dr. N. Mendenhall, Dr. J. A. McLean, Prof. J. A. Holt. 

Jesse B. Wharton, Superintendent of Public Schools. 



CHURCHES. 

Baptist, Bev. W. B. Gwaltney, Pastor, W. Washington street. 
Services 11 A. M. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 9.30 a. m. 

West Market Methodist Episcopal Church, Bev. J. E. Mann, 
Pastor, W. Market near Ash. Services 11 a. m., 4 p. m. and 7.45 
p. m. Sunday School 9.30 a. m. 

Centennary Methodist Episcopal, Bev. G. F. Smith, Pastor, 
South Davie cor. Bragg S. G. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sun- 
day School 3 p. m. 

Episcopal, Bev. A. H. Stubbs, Bector, Greene cor. Gaston. 
Services 11 A. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday School 3 P. M. 

St. Peter's B. C. Church, Forbes near Lindsay. Services 
every third Sunday each month at 10 a. m. Sunday School every 
Sunday at 10 a. m. 

Presbyterian, Bev. J. Henry Smith, Pastor, church nr. Lindsay. 
Services 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 9 a. m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday evening 7.30. 

Presbyterian Chapel, Bev. Egbert W. Smith, Pastor, Asheboro 
Street, S. G. Services 4 p. m.; Sunday school 2.30 p. m.; prayer 
meeting Thursday evening at 7.30. 

(colored.) 

A. M. E., Bev. C. A. Sampson, pastor. Gilmer near E. Mar- 
ket street. Services, 11 A. M., 3 P. M., 7.30 p. m. Sunday School, 
9.30 a. m. 

St. Matthew's M. E., Bev. L. B. Gibson, pastor. Lee near S. 
Elm street, S. Greensboro. Services, 3 P. m., 7.30 p. m. Sunday 
School, 11 A. M. 

For Blotters, Calendars, Insurance Supplies, Rates and Com- 
panies apply to O. W. CAMJR & CO, 



The leading Dry Goods p Will I A pyrin f\ Latest styles in Ladies' 
and Clothing House. Ug If ILL A it Sfl F 9 L L U dress goods & notions. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 23 

St. James' Presbyterian, Eev. E. H, Garland, pastor. Forbes 
near Gaston street. Services, 11 a. m., 7.30 p. m. Sunday- 
School 2.30 p. m. 

Baptist. End W. Washington street. Services, 11 a. m., 3 p. 
m., 7.30 P. M. Sunday School, 2 P. m. Pastor supplied. 



MASONIC. 

Greensboro Lodge, No. 76, F. & A. M. Meets in Masonic Hall 
second and fourth Friday nights in each month. James D. 
Glenn, S. W. act. W.\ M.\ A. H. Stubbs, Secretary. 

Knights Templar. 

Ivanhoe Commandery, No. 8. Meets in Masonic Hall first Fri- 
day night of each month. Jas. D. Glenn, E. O.j A. H. 
Stubbs, Secretary. 

Royal Arcli Masons. 

Charazin Chapter, No. 13. Meets in Masonic Hall third Friday 
evening in each month. E. C. Eckel, Secretary ; A. H. 
Stubbs, H. P. 

Kniglits of Pythias. 

Greensboro Lodge, No. 28. Meets Odd Fellows' Building every 
Monday evening. 

Chancellor Commander meets in Mendenhall Building 

Masonic— (Colored. ) 

St. John's Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 12. Meets second and fourth 
Monday nights, at Warnersville. D. B. Yancy, W.\ M.\; 
William Gorrell, S. W.; B. B. Payne, J. W.; Eev. L. B. 
Gibson, Secretary 

I. O. OF O. F. 

Buena Vista Lodge, No. 21. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, West Market street. B. Booth, N. G.; 
J. C. Dillard, V. G.; J. N. Albright, E. S. 

I. O. OF O. F. -(Colored.) 

Protestant Son Lodge, No. 1,999. Meets every second and 
fourth Friday night of each month at hall on East Market. 

Everything good to drink at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Greensboro, JV. C 



SAMPLE S. BROWN'S is Headquarters for Hen's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

24 GREENSBOKO DIRECTORY. 

W. C. T. U. 

Meets Thursday afternoons at hall, W. Market near Elm. Offi- 
cers — Mrs. F. M. Bumpus, Pres.; Mrs. E. Hundley, Y. Pres.; 
Mrs. Kate Stowe, Kec. Sect.; Mrs. John Staples, Cor. Sect.; 
Mrs. N. Weatherly, Treas. 

Knights of Honor. 

Meets Thursday evenings in Odd Fellows' Building, West Mar- 
ket street 

K. of L. 

Lodge No. 6,508. Meets every Thursday evening in Bogart 
Hall, West Market street 

Lodge No. 8,314 (colored.) Meets every Monday evening in 
Adams' Building, West Market street 

Royal Knights of King David— (colored.) 

Meets every Tuesday evening. Henry Moore, W. M.; Lawrence 
Brom, Sec. 

Vogels' Good Samaritan. 

No 1,033 (colored.) Meets every Tuesday evening on Church 
street 

Daughters of Zion— (colored). 

Meets every Friday night at Warnersville. Miss Jane Bitain, 
Sec. 



EDUCATIONAL. 

Belle vue Institute — Kobert G. Foard, Principal ; Miss Emma 
Blair, Miss Minnie Kruge, Teachers. End of Vance, S. G. 

Graded School — Cyrus W. Frazier, Principal. Lindsay near 
Church. 

Greensboro Female College — Kev. T. M. Jones, A.M., D.D., 
President. 

EDUCATIONAL-Colored. 

Graded School — Rufus M. McKenzie, Principal. Percy Street. 

Warnersville School — George W. McAdoo, Principal. Warners- 
ville, S. G. 

For Man or Tiniirri I |K||MCMT Houston & Emerson f 
Beast use E Alt litllL LI 111 III LI 1 I Greensboro, N. C. 



Building Material of all kinds at Bottom Prices at 
W. H. WAKEFIELD «& CO., So. Elm St. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



25 



Bennett Seminary — Kev. W. F. Steele, Principal. End of Fac- 
tory, S. G. 

Norman Theological Institute — C. L. Davis, Principal. End of 
E. Washington. 

Kent Home — Mrs. S. D. Snow, Matron. Near Bennett's Semi- 
nary, S. G. 

Greensboro Gas Light Company, 

Forbes opp. Gaston. A. H. Leftwich, President. 

Post Office. 
Corner East Market and South Elm. 

The National Bank of Greensboro. 

South Elm Street. Julius A. Gray, President. 



Iffll 



Buford House 




New and Elegantly 
Furnished. Elegant 

Sample Rooms on First 
Floor. 
Steam Heat ! 
Electric Light ! 
Electric Bells ! 

to and fi 
All Trains 

Centrally Located. Street Cars 
to and from all parts of the 
City pass in front of door. 



THE CUISINE 

Is under the immediate super- 
vision of one of the proprietors, 
and no pains or money will be 
spared to make our Table the 
best in the city. 



J. E. Duke, Clerk. 



J. M. ATKINSON & CO., 

Proprietors. 



Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, 



N. Y. City & Northern R. R. 

IN CONNECTION WITH 

MANHATTAN ELEVATED RAILWAY — *- 



AND THE 



-<r 



New York & New England Railroad, 



EW and attractive route from New York to the Popular Resorts of 
Westchester and Putnam Counties, from any station on Manhat- 
tan Elevated Railroad (Sixth or Ninth Avenue Lines), connecting 
at 155th Street with trains for 



HIGH BRIDGE, 
TARRYTOWN, 
CROTON LAKE, 
LAKE MAHOPAC, 



CARMEL, 

LAKE GLENEIDA, 
BREWSTERS, 
Etc., Etc., Etc. 



Beautiful Scenery, Iron Bridges, Stone Ballast, Hard Coal-Burning En- 
gines, Automatic Brakes, Miller Platforms, Baker Heaters, and 
all Modern Improvements to Secure 



Connecting- at Brewsters with the New York and New Eng- 
land Railroad, for Danbury, Hawleyville, Water- 
bury, Bristol, Plainville, New Britain, Hart- 
ford, Willimantic, Boston, Etc. 

H. C. WILLETS, Traffic Manager. 

E. B. EDWARDS, General Supt. 



TICKET OFFICES OF THE COMPANY. 

NEW YORK— World Travel Co., 207 Broadway ; 944 Broadway ; 
Windsor Hotel, 5th Avenue ; 1,323 Broadway ; Cosmopolitan Hotel, cor- 
ner Chambers Street and West Broadway ; 737 6th Avenue, corner 42d „ 
Street ; 134 East 125th Street, near 3d Avenue ; Baggage Depot, 243 West 
53d Street, near 8th Avenue. 

BROOKLYN— No. 4 Court Street ; 860 Pulton Street, corner Clinton 
Avenue. 

«^° The New York Transfer Company will call for and check Baggage 
from Hotels and Residences. 



Carpets and Oil-cloths fi 111 II ADMCICI fl lowest P" ces > largest 
All designs and styles. Ui WILL M II IYI I I L L U stock in Greensboro. 

GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 27 



GREENSBORO 
CITY DIRECTORY. 



■*1887> 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

S. GK, South Greensboro; ab. above; adv. advertisement; av. avenue; 
bds., boards; bet., between; com., commission; com. mer., commission 
merchant; cor., corner; do., ditto; e., east; ft., foot; h., house; la., lane; 
mfg., manufacturing; mfr., manufacturer; mfrs., manufacturers; n., north; 
nr., near; lab., laborer; opp,, opposite; pi., place; P. O., post office; r., 
rooms; s., south; st., street; w., west; Wash'n, Washington; wid., widow; 
wks., works; tob., tobacco; R. & D. R. R., Richmond & Danville Rail 
Road; C. F. & Y. V. R. R., Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Rail Road; gen'l 
mdse, general merchandise; supt., superintendent. 



Abbott Jesse T. machinist, h Forbes nr Mebane 

Abbott Miss Minnie L. h Forbes nr Mebane 

Adams B. H. printer, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

Adams Mrs. Cordelia, wid, h Davie 

Adams Mrs. ( Cornelia M. wid Geo. M. h Asheboro nr Lee, S. G. 

Adams Ernest, (col) porter, h Davie 

Adams T. Espy, c-lerk, bds Asheboro nr Lee, S. G. 

Adams William M. clerk W. H. Wakefield & Co. h Asheboro. 

Aiken D. K. clerk, bds S. Elm cor. Washington 

Albright Miss Clara P. h W. Market cor. Ash 

Albright Edgar G. clerk, h W. Market bey Greene 

ALBRIGHT JAMES W. foreman printer Greensboro 

North State, h W. Market nr Ash 
Albright Johnson (col) lab, h Lindsay 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G. NEW COMB, Odell Building. 



SAMPX.E S. MOM carries the largest stock of 
Indies', Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

28 GREENS DOEO DIEECTOEY. 

ALBRIGHT J. F.(McKnight& Albright) h Greene bey Clay 
Albright Lewis (col) student, h Lindsay 
Albright Percy, bookkeeper, h E. Market nr Elm 
Albright Percy E. bookkeeper, h W. Market bey Greene 
Albright Eobert M. asst. W. U. tel. operator, h W. Market 
Alderman A. Haywood, bookkeeper Greensboro Nat. Bank, h 

W. Market 
Alderman Miss DeLette, music teacher, h W. Market cor. Cedar 
ALDEB9IAX SIBLEY L. photographer, S. Elm opp P. 0. 

h W. Market nr College. (See adv) 

Fiiii-iiiiii 

Is the name of the BEST and CHEAPEST Life-Size Portrait 
that has ever been made. 

CANNOT 8E DISTINGUISHED FROM A CRAYON, 

Is just as Durable and Permanent, while 

The Likeness is in Every Instance Perfect. 

FOR THIS REASON A 



IS SUPERIOR TO A CRAYON. 



FULL LIFE SIZE ONLY TWO DOLLARS. 



ALDERMAN, Photographer, 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 

Alderman Prof. William F., Greensboro Female College, h W. 

Market cor Cedar 
Alderman William F. jr. clerk Sample S. Brown, h W. Market 
Alford Dr. Henry M. physician, office at Hunter & Misher's, h 

Davie nr R. R. 
Aken Walter, clerk, bds S. Elm 

Allen Robert, engineer R. & D. R. R. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Allen Solomon (col), lab, h Davie nr R. R. 

CURES ALL jap yrn I IKflMCMT Cuts, Bruises, 
AILMENTS. I All MLLL LlmiTJLllI Sprains, etc. 



Buy the Royal St. John Sewing machine from 
W. H. WAKEFIELD «& CO.. So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 29 

Allen William (col), grocer, h Forbes cor Sycamore [S. Elm 

Allen William E. asst. bookkeeper Nat. Bank Greensboro, bds 
AI^IiE^T WILLIAM W. route agent So. Express Company, 

h Davie cor Mebane 
Allred Jesse P. clerk, h Market cor Gilmer 

Allred Milton, fireman E. & D. E. E. h McAdoo av nr E. E. S.G. 
Ally George W. town commissioner, h Cedar nr Greene 
Ally George W. jr. agt. C. F. & Y. V. E. E., r C. F. & Y. V. office 
Alston David (col), lab, 
Alston Shack (col), h r City Market 
Anderson Aaron (col), lineman, h Harperville 
Anderson Mrs. A. A. wid, h Spring nr W. Market 
Anderson Charles W. city agent the Singer Mfg. Co., bds cor. S. 

Elm and McDonald 
Anderson Miss Jennie, h Sycamore nr City Market 
Anderson Thomas, mining engineer, bds Benbow House 
Andrew Eobert, clerk, bds E. Market cor Gilmer 
Andrew William H. h S. Davie nr W. Washington 
Andrews Miss Alice V. h Gaston nr Davie [College 

Andrews Miss Ellen, drawing and painting, Greensboro Female 
Andrews Lewis W. with E. F. Boyd & Co., h Ash cor W. Wash- 
ington 
Andrews Thomas D. police, h Gaston nr Davie 
Anstett Adolph, lab, h Factory nr Gorrell, S. G. 
Apple James M. carpenter, h E. Market nr E. E. 
APPLE WIJLL.IAM A. gas plumber, h E. Market c Gilmer 
APPJLE WIIiL.1 AM M. gas plumber, h E. Market cor Gilmer 
Armenhout Edward, carpenter, h Church nr Lindsay 
Armfield Miss Betty, h Ash cor Sycamore 
Armfield Mrs. Elvira, wid Jacob B. h E. Washington nr E. E. 
Armfield Miss Fannie M. milliner, h Ash cor Sycamore 
ARiflFIELDG. WIUL, dry goods, carpets, clothing, shoes, 

hats and general furnishing goods, Commercial Block, S. 
^. Elm. (See top lines) 

Armfield Miss Melvina, tailoress, h cor W. Market and Green 
Armfield Nedom S. wines, liquors and cigars, Gaston nr Jail, h 

Jamestown 
Arnold Miss Lillian M. elocution, Greensboro Female College 
Arnold Miss Mary E. calisthenics and asst. music teacher 

Greensboro Female College 
Ash Charles (col), carpenter, h Forbes 
Ash George (col), carpenter, h Warnersville, S. G. 
Atkinson Miss Kate P. h Spring nr W. Washington 
Atkinson Eoger P. civil engineer, C. F. & Y. V. E. E. h Spring 

nr W. Washington 



Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E, G. iV EWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Buy your Carpets. Rugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cer- 
tains and Curtain Qoods at Sample S. Brown's. 

30 GItEENSBOKO DIRECTORY. 



Bailey H. (col), fireman R. & D. R. R. h Davie nr R. R. 
BAILEY LORENZO A. attorney-at-law and life ins. agt. 
W. Market, h Ash cor W. Washington. (See adv) 

LORENZO A. BAILEY, 

DISTRICT AGENT FOR 

The National Life anil Maturity Association of Washington, U, 

LOCAL AG-ENT FOE THE VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE ASS'N OP STAUNTON, VA. 

West Market Street, - - - GREENSBORO, X. C. 



BAILEY MRS. L. E. (col), boarding by day or week, meals 
at all hours, Davie opp Railroad 

Bailey Thomas, confr dealer, h S. Elm 

Bain Aleck, (col), shoemaker, h Sycamore nr E. Market 

BAKER JOHN Ii. book-keeper J. W. Scott & Co. h Ash cor 
W. Washington 

BALL REV. JAMES R. h Spring nr Gaston 

Ball Miss Lucy, h S. Davie cor Lee, S. G. 

Ball Miss Mary E. h Spring nr Gaston 

Ball Mc Wright, student, h Spring nr Gaston 

BALL WILLIAM S. lawyer and Notary Public, N. Elm opp 
Court House, h Davie cor Lee, S. G. 

Ballsley William, (col), office boy McAdoo House 

Balsley Jacob B. retired merchant, h over T. S. Shelton's store 

Balsley William G. farmer, h W. Market bey G. F. College 

Banks Dennis, (col), mason, h Lindsay 

Banks Wiley, (col), waiter, McAdoo House 

BANNER WAREHOUSE, R. D. Williams & Co. props, W. 
Market. (See adv) 

Barentine Duncan, clerk, h Mebane rd, S. G. 

Barentine Miss Mollie, h Mebane rd, S. G. 

BARKER JOHN, dry goods, groceries and general mer- 
chandise, W. Market, h W. Market. (See adv page 31) 

Barker John, wines and liquors, h Greene cor Gaston 

Barnes Ves, trader h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. [bds Church 

BARRINGER JOHN A. attorney-at-law, Court House Sq. 

Bars Mitchell, (col), tob-roller, h Gaston nr Forbes 

Bassett Hiram M. carpenter, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 

Bastine Walter E. cigarmaker, bds Gaston nr N. Elm 

BEARD BROS. (C. R., W. E. and T. S.) groceries and pro- 
visions, Wharton Block, S. Elm. (See page 4) 

Over $150,000 Losses Paid through Agency of 
O. W. CABB, & CO, 



Buy your Shoes and p till! A DM TIE I II MeD ' s Snoe8 » Ladies', 
Hats of Ul ft ILL AnmrlELU Misses' & Boys' Shoes. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 31 

BEARD RUSH, (Beard Bros.) h Lee 

BEARD THOMAS S. (Beard Bros.) h Lee 

BEARD WILLIAM E. (Beard Bros.) h Lee 

Beaufort Andrew, clerk R. & D. R. R. h Greene nr Sycamore 

Bell Miss Allene G. h Edgeworth nr Gaston 

Bell Charles T. clerk R. & D. R. R. h Asheboro nr Lee, S. G. 

Bell Col. David B. ins. agt, h Edgewood nr Belle Meade ave 

Bell Miss Josie G. bds Church 

Bell Miss Mattie, h Edgeworth nr Gaston 

Bell Stephen, (col), bartender 

RELL DR. WILLIAM P. physician and surgeon, also of 

W. H. Wakefield & Co. h Asheboro 
Bellevue Institute, Robert A. Foard, principal, end of Vance S. G. 
Benbow Hall, S. Elm, C. D. Benbow manager, Benbow House 
RENROW HOUSE, D. W. C. Benbow prop, S. Elm opp. 

National Bank 
RESTROW CHARLES B. manager Benbow House 
REX BOW BE WITT CLINTOST, prop Benbow House, 

S. Elm opp. National Bank 
Bennett Allen, (col), butler, h Forbes cor Sycamore 
Bennett Harper H. farmer, h Asheboro opp. Lee, S. G. 
Bennett Seminary, (col), Rev. W. F. Steele principal, end of 

Factory, S. G. 
Berry Henry, (col), lab, h Forbes cor Sycamore 
Bess Mr. law student, bds Ash cor Sycamore 
Bethel Jack, (col), hostler, h Factory nr JR. R., S. G. 
Bevil James, (col), dish-washer, McAdoo House 
Bevill Martin V. blacksmith, h Warners ville, S. G. 
BETILL W. E. «& CO. (W. E. Bevill, G. A. Smith, and 

J. H. Whitt) prop Farmers' Warehouse, Greene cor Belle 

Meade ave. (See adv) 

JOHN BARKER, 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

West Market Street, GREENSRORO, N. C. 

Pure Old Beach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



All the Novelties in Ladies' I>ress Goods ean be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

32 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

BEVIUL WIULIAM E. (W. E. Bevill & Co.) Farmers' 

Warehouse, h W. Market nr Edgeworth 
Bilbro Henry C. foreman coal shute, h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Bilbro Paton H. groceries, &c. Warnersville rd cor Mebane rd, 

S. G. h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Bingham Benjamin L. clerk, h Davie cor Gaston 
Bingham Mrs. M. B. millinery and fancy goods, W. Market, h 

Davie cor Gaston 
BIRKHE4D LOBEMO P. manufacturing of all kinds 

of harnesses, Davie nr Market Square, bds S. Elm. (See 

adv) 

L. P. BIRKHEAD, 
ziaddlep and iaPHessmal^ep 

Double and Single Harnesses and Saddles Made to Order 
and Kept In Stock. 

BLANKETS, LAPROBES, WHIPS, CURRY COMBS, BRUSHES, 

And everything usually kept in a First Class Harness Shop. 

REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. 

DAVIE STREET, ggffgg GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Bishop Thomas, photographer, h Belle Meade av 
. Black James, drayman, h r City Market 
<^~BIiACK. MRS. JA^E, wid, (col), boarding house, meals at 

all hours, r of City Market 
Blackburn Thomas, carpenter, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
BLACKBURN W. J. hats, caps, boots and shoes, cor Elm 

and E. Market, h W. Market. (See adv page 33) 
Blackman Charles (col), tob. stemmer, h Lindsay 
Blair Miss Emma, school teacher, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
Blaylock Sheubel, carpenter, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
Blunt Alfred (col), tinsmith, h Harperville [amore 

BOBBITT JAMES M. head clerk G. Will Armfield, h Syc- 
Bobo Mrs. Sallie E. saleslady Sample S. Brown, bds Planters' 

Hotel [h Church 

Bogart William B. dry goods and notions, W. Market nr Greene, 
Bogart Willie E. express messenger, h Church 
Boggs John, carpenter, h E. Market nr R. R. 
Boner Miss Laura C. h W. Market cor Eugene 
Booker Henry (col), plasterer, h College Hill 
Booth Robert S. harnessmaker, bds W. Market 

Sure Cure for TIQIirr| I IMIMCKIT Sure Cure for 

Rheumatism. | All flLLL LIIiIIVIlIi I Catarrh. 



Stoves and Ranges at W. If. WAKEFIELD «& CO., 
Mfrs. of the Wakefield Cook, So. Elm St. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



33 



Borum Eufus, carpenter, h West Greene 

Bosher Royal T. plasterer, h Asheboro, S. G. 

Bossney Ben. (col), express driver, r Express 'office 

Boulding Briscoe B. Int. Rev. Agt., bds Edgeworth 

Bowles Miss Ada, h S. Elm 

Bowles Mrs. D. A. boarding house, S. Elm 

Bowles Miss Ella, h S. Elm 

Bowles Miss Helen, h S. Elm [AVashin^ton cor Ash 

BOYD A. THOJIAS, clerk Greensboro North State, h W. 

BOYD JAMES E. lawyer, S. Elm over Nat. Bank, h W. 

Washington cor Ash 
Boyd Richard F. (R. F. Boyd & Co.), h N. Elm opp Court House 
Boyd Robert F. (R. F. Boyd & Co.), bds N. Elm cor Gaston 
Boyd R. F. & Co. wholesale and retail boots and shoes, S. Elm 
Brackin Mrs. J. A. wid Dr. S. E., h W. Market bey Ash 
Brackin Miss Zilpha H. h W. Market bey Ash 
Branch William J. com. mer. agt., bds Benbow House 
Brent Miss Maude B. h Church cor Davie 
Brent Miss Sallie A. h Church cor Davie 
Brewer Miss Agnes, h Warnerville, S. G. 



GO TO 



The Best and Cheapest Place in Greensboro to buy 

*#HATS** 




BOOTS 



-AND- 



SHOES. 



East Market Cor. Elm, Opp. New Post Office, 

GKREEISTSBORO, IT. C. 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



SA9IPLE S. BROWK does the leading Shoe and 
Hat business in Greensboro. 

34 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Brewer George G. night watchman, h "Warnerville, S. G. 
Brewer Robert, lab, h Lee nr S. Elm, S. G. 
Bristow Lawrence T. bookkeeper, h Sycamore nr Greene 
Brock Jesse, carpenter, h Yance cor McCulloch, S. G. 
Brockmann August J. sr. grocer, S. Elm, h E. Market nr R. R. 
Brockmann August J. jr. clerk, h E. Market nr R. R. 
Brockmann Miss Emma, h E. Market nr R. R. 
Brockmann Frank, clerk, h E. Market nrR. R. 
BROCMMAWST JOHN JL. with Sample S. Brown, h N. Elm 
Brockmann Miss Laura L. music teacher, h E. Market nr R. R. 
BROCIOIA^X t. F. (S. S. Brown & Co.), bds N. Elm cor 

Church 
Brodnax Dr. John G. h Ash nr McDonald 
Brookbank Miss Jane, tailoress, h cor. W. Market and Greene 
Brooks Richard H. clerk Odell Hardware Co. bds W. Market 
Brooks Anderson (col) prizes, h Greene nr Clay 
BROOKS ANDREW F. foreman Brooks & Love, h S. Elm 

nr Lee, S. G. 
Brooks George (col) porter Beard Bros, h Lee 
Brooks Julius (col) mason, h Forbes cor. Sycamore 
BROOMS «& LOVE (R. W. Brooks and W. Love) rough and 

dressed lumber, shingles, laths, etc. Ash, S. G. 
BROOMS ROBERT W. (Brooks & Love) h S. Elm nr 

Lee, S. G. 
Brooks Mrs. Ruth C. wid James M. h Gorrell bey Asheboro, S.G. 
BROOKS SAM. (col) groceries and provisions, Gilmer, h do 
BROWN ALEXAIDER (col) groceries, rear City Market, 

h Warnersville, S. G. 
Brown A. Paul, clerk, bds Asheboro nr Gorrell, S. G. 
Brown Hugh L. saddler, h W. Washington cor Edgeworth 
Brown James (col) helper, h rear E. Market bey R. R. 
Brown J. Council, salesman, h Gaston nr N. Elm 
Brown John, fireman R. & D. R. R. bds S. Davie nr Sycamore 
Brown John L. med. student, h W. Washington cor Edgeworth 
Brown John S. apprentice, h Gaston 
Brown Mrs. Kate, h Greene nr Clay 
Brown Miss Lake S. h Gaston nr N. Elm 

Brown Lawrence M. (col) lab [S. G. 

Brown Lounsbury M. (col) freight handler, h S. Elm nr Bragg, 
Brown Miss Lulu, student, h W. Washington cor Edgeworth 
Brown Michael, blacksmith, Sycamore rear Market House, h 

Gaston 
BROWJ5T MRS. tfAIUCY A. wid James S. boarding house, 

Gaston nr N. Elm [N. Elm 

Brown Miss Ninna O. bookkeeper Sample S. Brown, h Gaston nr 
Brown Miss Oro K. h Gaston nr N. Elm 

Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Factories, Wood Workers, 
Quartz Mills a Specialty with O. W. CAKB, & CO. 



Ready-made Clothing p till I A D IUI fl H 9 fl Best Goods > 

Latest styles, Us WILL A R IV1 T 1 1 L U At the Lowest Prices. 

GEEENSBOEO DIEECTOEY. 35 

Brown E. A. clerk, h Asheboro, S. G. 

BROWX SAMPLE S. wholesale and retail dry goods, cloth- 
ing, boots, slioes, hats, caps, and every description of 
wearing apparel, Commercial Block, S. Elm, h cor Wash- 
ington and Greene. (See top lines) 

Brown William A. clerk Sample S. Brown, h South Greensboro 

Browning Howard, cigarmaker, bds S. Elm 

Bryan Miss Lulu, h S. Davie cor Lee, S. G. 

Bryan Mrs. S. 0. wid C. J. h S. Davie cor Lee, S. G. 

Bruton Miss Sarah E. asst. literary department Greensboro Fe- 
male College 

Buchanan James P. farmer, h Bragg cor S. Davie, S. G. 

Buchanan Mrs. Mary, h Sycamore nr City Market 

Buchanan William K. grocer, S. Elm, h McDonald nr S. Elm 

RUULOCK REV. MOSES J. (col) pastor M. E. Church, 
h nr Bennett's Seminary 

Bullock S. B. (col) eating house, S. Elm, h Market 

Bullock Walter (col) student, bds Market [limits 

Bumpus Miss E. H. asst. literary department, h W. Market bey 

Bumpus Mrs. Frances M. wid Kev. S. D., pres. W. C. T. U. h W. 
Market bey limits 

Burgess William E. salesman, h Asheboro nr McCulloch, S. G. 

Burks William (col) porter, h W. Market 

Burnside Miss E. E. manager millinery department W. S. Moore, 
bds E. Market 

Busick Miss Dora, student, h E. Market nr E. E. 

BUSINESS ADDRESS CO. compilers, publishers and 
proprietors of ready printed addresses with adhesive 
backs ; circulars and envelopes addressed to any part of 
U. S. and Canada. 30 Vesey street, N. Y. 

Byeis Mitchell (col) marble rubber, h Gaston nr Forbes 

O 

Caldcleugh Emmet M. (E. M. Caldcleugh & Bro.), h above store 
Caldcleugh E. M. & Bro. (Emmet M. & Eobert A.), gioceis and 

confectioners, and notions, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
Caldcleugh Miss Mary E. h with E. M. Caldcleugh & Bro. 
Caldcleugh Eobert A. (E. M. Caldcleugh & Bro. J, h above store 
Caldwell Miss Bettie D. h W. Market cor Ash 
Caldwell D. Frank, h W. Market cor Ash 
Caldwell John (col), hostler, h Davie 
Caldwell Miss M. W. preparatory department Greensboro Female 

College, h W. Market 
Caldwell Miss Mattie H. h W. Market cor Ash 

Old Jamaica Bum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C. 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPLE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 



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GREEK SBOEO DIRECTORY. 



Caldwell Mitchell, h W. Market bey limits 

Caldwell Miss Nannie W. li W. Market nr Ash [Ash 

Caldwell Walter P. (Scott & Caldwell), lawyer, h W. Market nr 
Callum Bros. & Co. (J. K. & W. L. Callum), druggists and whole- 
sale seeds, nr S. Elm 
Callum James Q. (Callum Bros. & Co.), h Church bey Lindsay 
Callum Mason K. groceries and fruits, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm, 

h Church 
CAIJLIF1I ]$". H. druggist and dealer in patent wagon jacks, 
S. Elm, h Church. (See adv) 



ORDER ONE OF 



N. H. CALLUM'S 

PATENT 



Every Person Using a Vehicle Should 
PURCHASE ONE. 



ApTp WAWTED. 

County Rights for Sale. 

N. H. CALLUM, 



GREENSBORO, tf. €. 




Callum William L. (Callum Bros. & Co.), h Church bey Lindsay 
Campbell Alex, C. F. & Y. V. B. B. conductor, bds Benbow House 



For Kidney 
Complaint use 



TAR HEEL LINIMENT 



IT NEVER 
FAILS. 



The Missouri Steam Washer that washes without 
rubbing, at W. H. Wakefield «fc Co., So. Elm St. 

GBEENSBOBO DIRECTOBY. 37 

CAUPBELL JACOB (col), blacksmith, horseshoeing a spe- 
cialty, Davie, h Market square 

Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railway Co. J. A. Gray, Prest., of- 
fice Gorrell building 

Capps Calvin P. clerk, h W. Market cor Greene 

Carpenter Miss Emma G. h E. Washington nr Forbes 

Carr Miss Ella J. h S. Elm cor E. Washington 

Carr Miss Maggie A. h S. Elm cor E. Washington [S. Elm. 

CARR OBED W. (0. W. Carr & Co.), h c Washington and 

CAUR O. W <& CO. general insurance agency, accident, fire, 
life and tornado insurance, Commercial block, S. Elm 

Carroll William S. (J. L. King <fe Co.), h Davie nr Lee, S. G. 

Carson Caswell (col), lab, h r G. F. College 

Carson James T. machinist, h E. Market nr Sycamore 

Carter Miles (col), lab, h Gaston nr Forbes 

CABTLAXD HERBERT H. merchant tailor and fur- 
nisher, S. Elm opp P. 0., h Asheboro, S. G. 

H .H. CARTLAND, 

MeFGhaeb ¥ail§p. 



FINE CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND FURNISHINGS. 



Benbow House Block, Opp Post Office, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Cator Mrs. Anna, wid, h Church 

Causey Ernest K. clerk Houston Bros, h Asheboro 

Causey James A. carpenter, h Asheboro bey limits, S. G. 

CAUSEY JONATHAN W. register of deeds, h Ashboro 
bey limits, S. G. 

Causey Miss Mattie, seamstress, h Belle Meade av 

Causey W. Frank, carpenter, h Elm nr Market 

Chamberlain Mrs. Sarah, wid John, h Gaston nr Greene 

Cheek Miss Alice (Cheek & Weatherly) bds N. Elm 

Cheek Haywood (col) hostler, h Davie 

Cheek John W. car inspector K. & D. R. R. h Asheboro, S. G. 

Cheek & Weatherly (Miss A. Cheek & Miss A. Weatherly) milli- 
nery, S. Elm 

Chichester James M. salesman W. T. Chichester, h Sycamore 

Budweis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro, N, C. 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWJT'S is, « The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

38 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTOEY. 

Chichester William T. china and fancy goods, opp Benbow Hall, 

S. Elm, h Sycamore 
CHINA HALL, E. Ellis, prop, china, crockery, glassware 

and housefurnishiDg goods, S. Elm 
Clapp Will F. solicitor and traveling correspondent The Weekly 

Patriot, h S. Elm 
Clark Mr. engineer R. & D. R. R. bcls S. Davie nr Sycamore 
Clark Col. G. B. internal revenue agt. bds McAdoo 
Clark Ham A. machinist, h E. Washington nr R. R. 
Clark Henry (col) head waiter, h E. Market nr Sycamore 
Claypoole George W. bds Planters Hotel 
Clegg Isaac H. farmer, h Gorrell cor Asheboro, S. G. 
Clegg Willie, clerk, h Asheboro, S. G. [Market 

Clendeni Henry W. clerk C. F. & Y. Y. R. R. h Spring nr W. 
Clendeni John C. clerk, h Spring nr W. Market 
Clifton J. Albert, clerk, R. Gorrell Building 
Climer Manuel (col) lab, h S. Elm bey Bragg, S. G. 
Coaltraine C. B. fireman R. & D. R. R. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Cobb Henry W. leaf tobacco, Belle Meade ave. nr Greene, bds 

McAdoo House 
Coble D. A. h Church 

COBLE ». THOMAS, (J. W. Scott & Co.) P. 0. Tabernacle 
Coble G. H. conductor R. & D. R. R. h Church 
Coble Miss Ida, h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 

COBLE J. HEIR1, (J. W. Scott & Co.) P. O. Tabernacle 
Coble Mrs. M. B. wicl, h Church 
Coble John, clerk, bds Greene cor Gaston 
Coble J. R. clerk, bds W. Market 
Coble J. W. conductor N. C. R. R. h Church 
Coffin William E. clerk R. & D. R. R. h Ash cor Walker ave. 
Colbert Albert (col) mason, h Percy 
COLES JAMES H. night watchman and car recorder, h S. 

Davie nr Sycamore [more 

COLE MBS. JAMES H. boarding house, S. Elm nr Syca- 
Cole Pinkney, clerk, h Davie 
Cole Reuben (col) lab 
Cole Robert (col) tob. roller, h Forbes 
COLEMAN JOHN H. gun and locksmith and upholsterer, 

Market Square, h E. Market. (See adv) 



-^^ J. ' H. COLEMAN, /2/w ^~ 
yphslsfeepep, Suf^ and IiSQ^s^ifefe, 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 
Davie St., Opp. City Market, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Losses Adjusted and Promptly Paid on Insurance placed 
througJi O. W. CARK & CO. 



Dry Goods, Clothing 
Boots and Shoes. 



G. WILL ARMFIELD 



Hats, Caps and 
Gents Furnishings. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



39 



Collet Webb, fireman R. & D. R. R. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Collins William M. h Sycamore nr Davie 

COJLXINS WM. N. undertaker, cor Sycamore and Davie, h 
do. (See adv) 

W. N. COLLINS, 




Coffins, Caskets and Shrouds, the Best in Market, Kept on Hand, 

Funerals attended to on short notice, and bodies laid out and pre- 
pared for burial night or day, and hearse furnished. 
&T Carriages to meet the cars at all hours. 

Davie Cor. Sycamore St., GREENSBORO, X. C. 

Conrad Ed. (col), lab, li Gaston cor Forbes 

Conrad William B. com. mer. agt. bds Benbow House 

Cooley Miss Minnie, h S. Elm bey Bragg, S. G. 

Cooley William J. harness maker, li S. Elm bey Bragg, S. G. 

CORL CHARLES I*. manager D. W. Corl, h Davie cor 

Mebane [cor Mebane 

CORL DANIEL W. blacksmith, Sycamore nr Davie, h Davie 
Corl Miss Sallie V. h cor Davie and Mebane 
Cotton Charles (col), well digger, h Mebane 
Couch Wiley G. painter, h Gaston nr Davie 
Cox Junius C. (H. Farrior & Co.), h Asheboro 
Craddock Fountain D. fireman, h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Crawford Reuben H. revenue agt. bds Benbow House 
Crittenden Charles E, h W. Market cor Ash 
Crittenden Miss Minnie H. A. h W. Market cor Ash 
Crittenden Richard, shoemaker, h W. Market cor Ash 
CRUMP 1IRS. 11. C. boarding house, Ash cor Sycamore 
Crump Watson B. policeman R. & D. R. R. h Ash c Sycamore 
Cuninggim Rev. Jesse A. P. Elder Greensboro Dist. M. E. 

Church, h Ash cor Sycamore 
Cunningham Mrs. Betty A. wid, h Church bey Lindsay [G. 

Cunningham James P. (col), butler, h McAdoo av nr Gorrell, S. 
Cunningham P. H. wines and liquors, bds Planters' Hotel 
Curry Ernest (col), lab, h E. Market bey Gilmer 
Curtis Miss Belle, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
Curtis Berry, farmer, li Church 
Curtis Charles, farmer, h Church 



Everything good to drink at E. G» 
Greensboro, N. C. 



NEWCOMB'S, 



SAMPLE S. BROW9PS is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

40 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Curtis James, carpenter, h Bragg cor Asheboro, S. G. 

Curtis John E. printer Southern Tobacco Journal, h Bragg nr 

Asheboro, S. G. 
Curtis William H. printer, Thomas, Buce & Co. h Church 
Curtis William B. printer The Daily Workman, h Church 

ID 

Dalton William, drug clerk, bds Asheboro nr Lee, S. G. 

Daniels James C. picture framer, h Central Hotel 

Davis Cepheus L. (col) school teacher, h Percy 

DAVIS C B. auctioneer Farmers Warehouse, bds W. Market 

Davis James, tinsmith, bds W. Market 

Davis James B. tinsmith Wharton & Stratford, h McLeansville 

Davis John, tinsmith Wharton & Stratford, h McLeansville 

Davis John, tinsmith, bds W. Market 

Davis John B. printer, bds McDonald House 

Day Wesley (col) barber, h Davie nr B. B. 

Day Wiley (col) washer, bds Mebane 

Dean James (col) brickmaker, h E. Market bey Gilmer 

Dean John (col) brickmaker, h E. Market bey Gilmer 

Denny Mrs. Eliza, wid Bobt. W. h Clay cor Greene 

Denny Emmett, conductor B. & D. B. B. bds E. Market c Gilmer 

BEJOTY ROBERT H. clerk Farmers' Warehouse, h cor 

Clay and Greene 
Detmerring Mr. shoemaker, h rear Davie nr Church 
Detmerring Henry W. engineer, h Belle Meade ave 
Detmerring Miss Mary, h rear Davie nr Church 
Detmerring Miss Theresa, h rear Davie nr Church 
Devinnie Ogden, carpenter, h S. Davie bey limits, S. G. 
Dick Aaron (col) lab, h Mebane 
Dick Miss Anna W. h with Col. William S. Bankin 
Dick Miss Emma D. h end Church bey B. B. 
Dick George, farmer, h end North nr B. B. 
Dick Henry (col) lab, h Harperville 
Dick John, farmer, h Danville rd 

Dick John, conductor N. C. B. B. bds Ash cor Sycamore 
Dick Joseph (col) waiter, Benbow House 
DICK JUDGE B. P. U. S. Judge Western Dist. of N. C, 

h end Church bey B. B. 
Dick Bufus (col) foundry, h E. Market bey Gilmer 
Dick Samuel W. lawyer, h end Church bey B. B. 
Dick Miss Sue W. h end Church bey B. B. 
Dick Wilson (col) farm hand, h end North nr B. B. 
Dickey Solomon (col) porter, h nr B. B. 

Sure Cure for TAQUCCI I I ftl I M E Kl T Bites or Poison - 
PoisonOak, \ fill HLLI LlllHflLll I ous Stings. 



All kinds of Hardware, Paints, Oil and Tarnishes 
at W. M. WAKEFIELD «fc CO., So. Elm St. 

GEEENSBOBO DIEECTOBY. 41 

DIKE BOOK COMPANY, incorporated Feb. 1, 1886; 
Miss Mary C. Ball, manager ; books, stationery, fancy 
goods, news depot, Benbow House, 3d door n of office, 
opp. Nat. Bank. (See adv) 

Established Jan. 19, 1878. Incorporated Feb. 1, 1886. 

DIKE BOOK COffl'Y 

Books, Stationery 

^FANCY GOODS.* 

South Elm St., Third Door North of Benbow House Office, 
Opp. National Bank, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Dillard Abner (col), sawyer, h Sycamore 

Dillard Drury C. h Gaston nr Greene [nr Greene 

DILLARD JOHN H. (Dillard, King & Dillard), h Gaston 
DILLAKDJOHX H. JR. (Dillard, King & Dillard), h Gas- 
ton nr Greene 
DILLARD, KINO «fc DILLARD (John H., J. H. Dillard, 

jr., Robert R King), lawyers, N. Elm opp Court House 
Dillard Thomas (col), tob. roller, h Sycamore n E. Market 
Dilworth Arrington, boarding house, W. Market cor Greene 
Dixon Hugh W. clerk, bds Gorrell cor Asheboro, S. G. 
Dixon J. Clifford, bookkeeper, h N. Elm cor Gaston 
Dixon Martin L. clerk, h N. Elm cor Gaston 

Dixon Mrs. Mary C. wid M. C. boarding house, h N. Elm c Gaston 
Dixon Miss Nellie L. school teacher, h N. Elm cor Gaston 
Doak Andy (col), lab, h McCulloch, S. G. 
Doak Miss Eule E. milliner Mrs. T. A. Lyon, h Cedar 
DOAK «fc CtRETTER, (col), T. G. D. Doak and E. J. A. 
Gretter, groceries and provisions, Warnersville, S. G. 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NE WCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Ready-Made Clothing in correct styles,^foest materi- 
als and lowest prices at SAMPLE S. BBOWI'S. 



42 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Doak James W. merchant, li Gaston cor Cedar 

Doak Miss Mamie, milliner, h head Gaston 

Doak Miss Mary C. h Gaston cor Cedar 

DOAK THOMAS CJ. I>. (col), (Doak & Gretter), h Warners- 

ville, S. G. 
Doak William B. h Gaston cor Cedar 

Dobson James T. miller Morehead's Mill [S. G. 

Dodson John E. supervisor R. & D. R. R. li S. Davie nr Bragg, 
DOOSOX «& 1.0]*"«SOO^" (S. C. Dodson & G. F. Longsdon), 

florists and gardeners, E. Market. (See adv) 

GREENSBORO 

BL8WER SMRBE^ 



PARTIES, 
Weddings and Funerals 

SUPPLIED WITH 

OF ALL KINDS. 




ALL KINDS 

— OF — 

Bedding Ont Plants 

CONSTANTLY 

ON HAND. 



We have a Fine Liot of Tube Roses on hand at Reasonable 
Rates. Orders for Potted Roses promptly attended to. 

* LANDSCAPE GAMD1NE1S f 

Vegetables and Plants of all kinds in their Season. 

DODSON & LONGSDON, - - Proprietors. 

East Market St., Near Railroad, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Dodson Miss Mary E. li E. Market cor Lvndon 
DODSOX SIL.4S C. (Dodson & Longsdon), h E. Market 
cor Lyndon [Lyndon 

Dodson William, conductor C. F. & Y. Y. R. R. h E. Market cor 
Dodson William G. salesman, bds Davie nr Gaston 
Dogged Linsey (col), lab, h Gilmer 
Dolton William, drug clerk, bds Asheboro 
Donald Isaac (col), porter T. S. Shelton, li Davie 

Try General Insurance Agency, O. W. CAJRR & CO. 
Fifteen Year's Experience. 



Large assortment of A lAf HI ftpMPifB H Window Furnishings 
Carpets and Oil-cloths Ua WILL A R I VI I ItLU Table linen, Towels, &c 

GEEENSBOKO DIRECTORY. 43 

Donald Miss Lillie C. student, bds McCulloch c Asheboro, S. G. 
Donnell Miss Addie C. student, h Gaston nr Edge worth 
Dunnell Miss Berta, h E. Washington nr Lyndon [don 

Donnell Calvin W. express messenger, h E. Washington nr Lyn- 
Donnell David (col), bds S. Davie nr R. R. 
Donnell George, fanner, h Gaston nr Edgeworth 
Donnell Isaac (col), porter, bds S. Davie nr il. R. [Lyndon 

©ONNEUL JAMES (J. Donnell & Bro.), h E. Washington c 
DONNEEE J. & BRO. (John & James), groceries, Davie cor 
E. Market. (See adv) 

J. DONNELL & BRO. 



DEALERS 




FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY, TINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO, 

Salt and Smoked Meats, Flour, Feed and Tinware. 

£ir Butter, Eggs, Lard and Country Produce of all kinds bought 
for cash or taken in exchange for goods. 

Davie and East Market Sts., GREENSBORO, N. €. 

Donnell Miss Jennie, h E. Washington nr Lyndon 

DONXELL JOHN, JR. (J. Donnell & Bro.), h Gorrell bey 
Asheboro, S. G. 

Donnell John (col), shoe mender, h Greene nr Gaston 

Donnell John (col), shoemaker, h Gilmer 

Donnell John D. carpenter, h E. Washington nr Lyndon 

Donnell Monroe (col), cook, h S. Davie nr R. R. 

Donnell Smith (col), drayman, h Lindsay cor Percy 

Dorsett Charles H. (Johnson & Dorsett), h W. Market 

Doub Miss Laura G. h Gaston cor Cedar 

Doub Peter, tinsmith, h Church nr Elm 

Doub Mrs. William C. wid, h Gaston cor Cedar 

Doughty Charles H. boot, shoe and upper mfr. Benbow Hall 
building, S. Elm, h Mebane 

DOCGL1S ROBERT M- lawyer and master of chancery 
and examiner of the U. 8. Circuit Court, S. Elm, h Ashe- 
boro, S. G. 

DIDLEY ANDREW H. fruits, confectionery and notions, 
S. Elm cor McDonald, h do 

Duffy James, gardener, h Mebane rd, S. G. 

Dunn Mrs. Helen, wid, cook, S. Elm 

Dunn Miss Mary H. (col), school teacher, h Warnersville, S. G. 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G. NEW COMB, Odell Building, 



SAMPLE S. BROWN carries the largest stock of 
Ladies 9 , Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

44 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Dunston Charles H. (col), barber with J. W. Emerson, h Ealeigh 
Dupree S. E. carpenter, bds S. Elm cor Washington 
DYER JOHN W. auctioneer Banner "Warehouse, h W. 
Market 

IE 

EADES JOSEPH, clerk Odell Hardware Co. h E. Market 

Easley Nathaniel P. carpenter, h E. Market nr Davie 

Easley T. A. carpenter, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

East William B. clerk B. & D. B. B. bds W. Market cor Greene 

Easton John (col) lab, h E. Market nr Gilmer 

Eckel Alexander P. justice of the peace, h Davie nr B. B. 

Eckel C. Eugene, drug clerk, h Davie nr B. B. 

Edes Mrs. Barbara M. wid Thomas, h E. Market nr B. B. 

Edes Joseph J. clerk, h E. Market nr B. B. 

Edes Miss Mary B. h E. Market nr B. B. 

Eddy Mrs. Catherine, wid George, h S. Davie cor Lee, S. G. 

Edwell Bob (col) lab, h Gaston nr Forbes 

Edwell Hezekiah (col) tob. roller, h Gaston nr Forbes 

Edwell J^imes S. (col) boot and shoemaker, S. Elm, h Mebane 

Eggert Dr. Edgar G. bds N. Elm cor Church 

Elam I. G. printer, h W. Washington nr S. Davie 

Eldridge Frank S. supt. N. C. Coach Mfg Co. h E. Washington 

nr Forbes [worth 

Ellington Mrs. Martha A. J. wid William M. h Gaston cor Edge- 
ELMffOTOtf HJEI1L, cashier Greensboro Nat. Bank, h W. 

Market cor Edgeworth 
Ellington William W. com. merchant, h Gaston nr Edgeworth 
Elliott C. W. clerk 

Elliott Bobert, carpenter, h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 
ELLIS EDWARD D. clerk China Hall, h cor N. Elm and 

Church 

W. E. BEViLL. GEO. A. SMITH. JOHN H. WHITT. 

FA^ME^WApOD^E, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Headquarters for the sale of Leaf Tobacco. Highest Market 
Prices guaranteed to all. 
Your Friend, 

W. E. BEVILL & CO., Proprietors. 

Sure Cure for TAQUCCI I IM IMC MT Houston & Emerson, 
Cholera Morbus. \ All HLLL LlllllflLll I Props. 



The Place to Buy Sewing machines is at W. II. 
WAKEFIELD «fc CO., So. Elm St. 

GKEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 45 

ELLIS JOHN* E. China Hall, h cor N. Elm and Church 
Emerson John W. (col) barber, S. Elm, h Gaston 
England Robert L. carpenter, h E. Market nr Davie 
Euliss John G. clerk F. Fishblate, h W. Market 
Ewen Robert D. harnessmaker, h Belle Meade ave 



Fabry Jack (col) lab, h Forbes cor Sycamore [S. G. 

Farman Robert, engineer R. & D. R. R. li McAdoo ave nr R. R., 
FARMERS WAREHOUSE, William E. Bevill & Co. pro- 
prietors, cor Belle Meade ave and Greene. (See adv p. 44) 
Farnum Amos M. mining and R. R. stocks, bds Benbow House 
Farrar Mont Royal, jeweler with W. B. Farrar, h Church 
Farrar William B. jeweler, Benbow House, h Church 
Farrior H. & Co. (H. Farrior and J. C. Cox) wholesale and retail 

boots and shoes, S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Farrior Henry (H. Farrior & Co.) h Kenansville, N. C. 
Farriss Henry J. salesman J. W. Scott & Co. 
Farriss John B. drug clerk Lindsay & Schenck,h W.Washington 
Farriss Joseph, clerk Dike Book Co. h W. Washington 
Fasolt Miss Minnie B. h S. Elm cor Lee, S. G. 
Fasolt Prof. Richard C. music teacher, h S. Elm cor Lee, S. G. 
Faust Mrs. Melinda, wid George, h W. Market bey G. F. College 
Ferrell Samuel (col) lab, h Davies nr R. R. 
Ferris Mrs. Annie G. wid Joseph, h W. Washington nr Greene 
Ferris J. Henry, clerk, h W. Washington nr Greene 
Ferris John B. drug clerk, h W. Washington nr Greene 
Ferris Joseph G. clerk, h W. Washington nr Greene 
Fetzer Joseph H. printer, h Asheboro bey limits S. G. 
Fetzer Joseph W. h Asheboro bey limits S. G. 
Fields F. M. clerk, h S. Elm, S. G. 

FIELD «& JENKINS, (Joseph E. Field and John E. Jenk- 
ins) wines, liquors and cigars, cor W. Market and S. Elm 

FIELD & JEISTKHSTS, 

Dealer^ iq pure WinegiLiqnoi'g and Cigai^. 

Best Brands Constantly on Hand. Billiards and Pool. 

Cor. W. Market and S. Elm, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Fields John B. tob. dealer, h E. Market nr Davie 
Field Joseph, bartender, h Gaston 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. JSEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



All the Novelties in ladies' Dress Groocls can be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BBOWJf'S. 

46 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

FIEI.ro JOSEPH E. (Field & Jenkins), h Gaston [S. G. 
FIBERS WILLIAM A. (W. Jl. Fields & Co.), h S. Davie, 
FIELDS W. A. «& CO. (W. A. Fields and T. B. Pace), 

plug and twist mfrs. Asheboro, S. G. 
Finch Sam (col), lab, h Greene nr Gaston 
Finch Tom (col), lab, h Greene nr Gaston 
Fishblate E. R. dry goods, etc., h Washington nr Eugene 
Fishblate F. clothing and gent's furnishing, Commercial Row, S. 

Elm, h W. Washington 
Fisher Lucien, carpenter, h Church nr Lindsay 
FITCH W. E. clerk Banner Warehouse, bds N. Elm 
Flemming Mrs. Jane, wid John, h Spring nr McColloch, S. G. 
FLEMO« R. A. «& CO. (R. A. Fleming, G. A. Smith and 

T. G. McLean), general merchandise, E. Market nr Elm 

(See adv) 

R. A. FLEMING. G. A. SMITH. T. G. McLEAN. 



DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed, 

CONFECTIONERY, &C. 

Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars, Boots and Shoes, Crockery and 

Glassware, Hardware, Tinware, Wood and Willow Ware. 

tSS" Sole Leather by the Side or cut to suit purchasers. 

East Market Street, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

FLEMIJffi ROBERT A. (Fleming R. A. & Co.), h Spring, 
S. G. 

FliEMLlMCr R. A. floor manager Farmers' Warehouse, h S. G. 

FMPPEltf HUGH R. (Harris & Flippen), li Lindsay 

Flippen Philip J. salesman Harris & Flippen, h Lindsay 

Foord Robert A. prin. Bellevue Institute, h Asheboro, S. G. 

Fountaine Miss Mary C h S. Davie, S. G. 

Forbis Isaac, h E. Washington nr Forbes 

Forbis James W. lawyer, N. Elm, h Edgewood 

Forbis William R. salesman Knoxville Furniture Co. h Asheboro 

Foscue William T. crayon artist, Alderman's, bds Ash cor Syca- 
more 

Fouse Joe (col), drayman, h Harperville 

Foust Calvin (col), cook, h E. Washington nr Davie 

Foust Joseph (col), porter J. W. Scott & Co. 

Fowler Mrs. A. F. wid W. L. h Ash nr W. Market 



Sure Cure for TAgjjJEH GMEMEklT Sure Cure for 
Rheumatism. \ Ml HLlI I 111 ml Ml I Catarrh. 



Buy your Shoes and p IflIM ADMCICI II Meu ' s Shoe8 > Ladies', 
Hats of Ul WILL AltlYIrltlLLJ Misses'* Boys' Shoes. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 47 

Fowler Miss Emma S. h Ash nr W. Market 

Fowler John G. pressman H. H. Cartland 

Fowler J. Grasty, tailor, h Ash nr W. Market 

Fowler Miss Nettie G. h Ash nr W. Market 

Fowler Miss Norah L. h Ash nr W. Market 

Foyer Henry (col), brakeman, h S. Elm nr Bragg, S. G. [h do 

Frazer Calvin G. groceries and provisions, W. Market c Greene, 

-Frazier Prof. Cyrus P. prin. Graded School, h Asheboro near 

Gorrell, S. G. 
Frazier Eobert, carpenter, h S. Elm bey limits, S. G. 
Freeman Frank, carpenter, bds Davie cor Bragg, S. G. 
Freeman John (col), painter, h Forbes cor Sycamore 
Freize Lewis (col), farmer, h Gilmer 

Fry H. Lewis, asst. engineer C. F. & Y. K. R. h Asheboro, S. G. 
Fry J. Walker, gen'l. supt. C. F. & Y. V. R. R. h W. Market cor 



Cedar 



a- 



Galloway Frank, (col), floor, Benbow House 

Galloway Jack, (col), porter, Benbow House 

Galloway Lewis, (col), butcher, h rear E. Market bey. R. R. 

GALLOWAY T. R. (col), (Mendenhall & Galloway), h below 
Baptist Church 

Galloway Werter, (col), tob. roller, h rear E. Market bey. R. R. 

Gambol Miss Lizzie, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 

Ganus Jonah, (col), student, h rear City Market 

GARLAID REV. EDWARD H. pastor St. James Pres- 
byterian Church, bds S. Elm 

Garland R. B. piano tuner, bds S. Elm 

Garner John, (col), brakeman, bds S. Davie nr R. R. 

Garran Garnen, carpenter, h E. Market nr Lyndon 

Garran Mack, (col), carpenter, h E. Market nr Lyndon 

Garrett Albert, (col), R. R. porter, h Percy 

Garrett Curtis, (col), head cook, McAdoo House 

Garrett Mrs. Elizabeth O. wid F. A. h Cedar nr Gaston 

Garrett Major James M. h Cedar nr Gaston 

Garrett William, (col), helper, h Warnerville, S. G. 

Garrett Yancy, (col), carpenter, h E. Market boy. Gilmer 

Gates William W. wks handle factory, h S. Elm nr Bragg, S. G. 

Gaunt Miss Julia A. cook, h Davie nr R. R. 

Gibbs Anthony, (col), gardener, h Warnerville, S. G. 

GIBSON REV. LEWIS B. (col), pastor M. E. Church, h 
Warnerville rd, S. G. 

GILES REV. FRANCIS F. (col), P. Elder A. M. E, Church, 
bds Forbes nr E. Washington 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Boy your Carpets, Bugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Curtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

48 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Gilliland James, baggage agt R. & D. R. R. h Gorrell, S. G. 
Gillman Calvin, (col), lab, h Forbes nr Sycamore 
Gilmer Alexander, (col), h E. Washington [N. Elm 

GILMER ELLISON U,. clerk Nat. Bank of Greensboro, h 
GILMEB JUDGE JOH\ A. Judge Superior Court, h head 

N. Elm 
Gilmer Miss Julia P. h head N. Elm 
Gilmer Samuel L. salesman, bds Gaston nr N. Elm 
Gilmer William, (col), waiter, McAdoo House 
Gladsonj John, (col), lab, h Mebane rd, S. G. [S. G. 

Glasc$?r--Giles T. stove and plow mfr, h Asheboro, nr McCullock, 
Glaspie Newton, (col), blacksmith, Warnerville rd nr Limits, 

S. G. h Mebane rd, S. G. [S. G. 

Gleason James A. train dispatcher R. & D. R. R. h Asheboro, 
Glenn Dr. Charles M. physician and surgeon, office next to Ben- 
bow Hotel, h W. Washington 
GLENST COL.. JAMES E. Chief Deputy U. S. Marshal, W. 

Market, h Ash nr McDonald [Market 

Glenn Robert G. insurance, S. Elm next to Benbow Hotel, h West 
Goddard John, couductor C. F. & Y. V. R. R. bds Gaston nr N. 

Elm 
Golden Andrew J. painter, h E. Market cor Gilmer 
Golden Eugene D. clerk, h E. Market cor Gilmer 
Golden William R. express messenger, h E. Market cor Gilmer 
Golston Samuel J. (col), lab. h rear City Market 
Gorrell Mrs. Caroline C. (Mrs. C. C. Gorrell & Co.) h W. Market 
Gorrell Mrs. Carrie L. (with Mrs. C. C. Gorrell & Co.) h cor 

Gaston and Davie | nr Elm 

Gorrell Mrs. C. C. & Co. millinery and fancy goods, W. Market 
Gorrell Mrs. Mary J. wid Ralph, h W. Washington nr Greene 
Gorrell Nelson, (col), lab, h Gilmer 
Gorrell William, (col), grinder, h Percy 
Goulding Miss Mattie, h McAdoo ave, S. G. 
GOUIiDIUJTG SAMUEL J. house and sign painter, Gaston 

cor N. Elm, h McAdoo ave, S. G. (See adv) 

SAMUEL J. G0ULBMG, 

House, Sign and Ornamental Painter 

AND PAPER HANGER, 

Cor. W . Elm and Gaston, GBEEXSBOBO, tf. C. 



Over $150,000 Losses Paid through Agency of 
O. W. CABB, & CO. 



Buy the Royal St. John Sewing Machine from 
W. II. WAKEFIELD «& CO.. So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 49 

Graham Henrv H. (col) (Payne & Graham) h Warnerville, S. G. 
GR4Y.SOx\ CHARLES W. physician (Hertel practice), 

Davie nr Market Square, h do 
Graves Anderson (col) tob. roller, h rear E. Market bey E. R. 
Graves Henry L. traveling salesman J. W. Scott & Co. h Ashe- 

boro 
Graves James (col) brakeman, h Gilmer 
Graves Linwood (col) prizer, h Greene nr Gaston 
Graves Welton (col) drayman, h Jacksonville, S. G. 
Gray Andrew (col) brick mason, h S. Elm nr Bragg, S. G. 
Gray Julias A. pres. C. F. & Y. V. R. R., pres. Greensboro Nat. 

Bank, h W. Washington opp Edgeworth 
Gray Miss Mary, h W. Washington nr Edgeworth 
Gray R. Percy, sect, and treas. North State Improvement Co., 

h W. Washington 
Gray William (col) clerk, h E. Market bey Gilmer - 
Green Hill Cemetery, Geo. W. Ally, keeper, Greene nr Cedar 
QREEtfSBORO BOOK STORE, Mrs. M. E. Howard, 

propr, 1st door south of Benbow House entrance. (See 

adv) 
GREENSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE, Rev. T. M. 

Jones, A. M., D. D., president, W. Market 
GREENSBORO NATIONAL BANK. See the National 

Bank of Greensboro. 



THE 

Greensboro Book Store. 

THE OLDEST 1QOKST0HE II THE CITY. 
benbow block, PDEEMCRflPn M P 

Next Door South of Hotel Entrance, UflLLllODUllUf 111 III 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

BODES, mmm MB FANCY MOSS. 

M. E. HOWARD. 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



SAMPLE S. BROWJf does tflie leading Shoe and 
Mat business in Greensboro. 

50 GEEENSBOEO DIEECTOBY. 

GREENSBORO JfORTH STATE, Keogli & Boyd, pro- 
prietors ; publishing day, Thursday ; N. Elm nr Court 
House 

GREENSBORO SASM AN© BEINO CO. (W. D. Men- 
denhall, 0. A. Eeynolds, J. E. Mendenhall and J. "W. Mc- 
Nairy) Ash nr E. E., S. G. 

W. D. Mendenhall. C. A. Reynolds. J. R. Mendenhall. J. W. McNairy. 

GREENSBORO SASH AND BLIND COMPANY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Doofg, &h, Blinds, Moulding? 

BRACKETS, 

And Dealers in all kinds of Pine Lumber. 

South of Richmond & Danville Railroad, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

GREGORY GEORGE M. Postmaster, h W. Market bey 

limits 
GREGORY HARDY T. asst. Postmaster, h W. Market 

bey limits 
Gregory Dr. Eichard K. physician and surgeon, S. Elm, h Church 

bey Lindsay 
Gregory Miss Susan C. h W. Market bey limits 
GRETTER EOGAR J. A. (col) (Doak & Gretter) h War- 

nerville, S. G. 
Gretter Mrs. Lavenia C. h S. Davie, S. G. 
GRIFFITH OR. JOHN W. dentist, S. Elm, h Davie cor 

Church. (See adv) 
Groome J. A. & Co. grocers, S. Elm cor Sycamore 
Groome John, clerk, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

Dr. J. W. GRIFFITH, 

-HiOT6E6]5 DEpijSF** 

Teeth Extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide— 
the greatest pain reliever known. 

Office on South Elm Street, opposite Beribow House. 

For Blotters, Calendars, Insurance Supplies, Mates and Com- 
panies apply to O. W. CAMM & CO. 



The Missouri Steam Washer that washes without 
rubbing, at IV. H. Wakefield «fc Co., So. Elm St. 

GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY.. 51 

Groome John A. (J. A. Groome & Co.) h S. Elm 

Groome Pinckney L. (Groome Bros.) h W. Market bey limits 

Groome Thomas S. clerk Groome Bros, h W. Market bey limits 

Grand inarm August, bridge builder, h Central Hotel 

Gullett Charles L. salesman, bds E. Market 

Gullett Eobert, furniture, N. Elm, h E. Market cor Gilmer 

Gullett Miss Sarah D. h E. Market cor Gilmer 

Gunther Charles, lab, h at gas house 

Guthrie Claiborn B. conductor N. C. R. R. h Warnervillo, S. G. 

Gwaltney Miss Elma P. h S. Elm cor Lee, S. G. 

GWALTITEY REV. WILLIAM R. pastor Baptist 

Church, h S. Elm nr Lee, S. G. 
OWY5T AlfDREW, (col) coffee restaurant, meals at all 

hours, S. Elm opp depot, h Warnerville, S. G. 

ZEE 

Hackney John (col), lab, h Church 

Hagan Adam (A. Hagan & Son), h Church 

Hagan D. L. (A. Hagan & Son), h Church 

Hagan A. & Son (A. & D. L. Hagan), wagons, shingles, etc., E. 

Washington cor Davie 
Haigler Charles, fireman R. & D. R. R. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Hairston Allen (col), grocery, Warnerville, S. G. ; h do 
Hall Dennis H. plasterer, h Davie cor E. Market 
Hall Heman U. S. postal clerk, h Church cor Davie 
Hall Miss Lulu, h Davie cor E. Market [h Ash 

HALL JAMES K. (J. W. Scott & Co. and J. K. Hall & Co.) 
HALL J. K. «& €0. (J. K. Hall and J. W. Scott, cigar mfrs., 

c S. Elm and Washington 

«T_ IK. HA-IjILi &c CO., 

Rear J. W. Scott & Co.'s, Greensboro, N. C. 

Hall Joseph O. baker, h Davie cor E. Market 

Hamilton Emmett, emp. sash and blind mfr. h Asheboro nr Mc- 

Culloch, S. G. 
Hamlin Miss Annie 0. h W. Washington cor Eugene 
HAMMILL JOH3T W. wines, liquors and billiard hall, S. 

Elm opp P. 0. h Davie. (See adv) 
Hammill Richard, Davie 

Budtveis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro ,*y. C. 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPLE S. 
BROWI'S guaranteed to be as represented. 

52 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



J. W. HAMMILL, 

PROPRIETOR OF THE 

Dealer in Pupa Fine Wines and Liquors. Also Billiard and Fool Farlor. 

Central Hotel, Opposite New Post Office, 

GREENSBORO, N. C, 



JFhe MsFHJBg Rews 

BY J- S- HAMPTON, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



An Independent Political, News and Commercial Journal, devoted to 
the best interests of the City of Greensboro, and of North Carolina 
generally. 

Subscription : At the rate of $J^.OO a year, in advance. 

HAMPTOJf JOHW S. editor and proprietor The Morning 

News, h Lindsay av 
Hampton John S. jr. compositor, h Lindsay av 
Hampton Wade, compositor, h Lindsay av 

Homier C. L. apprentice, h Church bey limits [store 

1IASNER UTATHAfl A. (J. W. Scott & Co.), P. O. Gilmer 
Hanner Robert K. sash and blind maker, h Church bey limits 
Hanner Samuel A. machinist, h Church bey limits 
Hanner William F. h Church bey. limits 

Hardin John A. trader, h Ash cor Sycamore [more 

Hardin John E. butcher, stall 4 City Market, bds Ash cor Syca- 
Hardin Mrs. Susan A. boarding house, Ash cor Sycamore 
Hargrave Alfred (col), lab, h Lindsay 

Hargrave Robert, (col), stove polisher, h Church nr Lindsay 
HAR1AI HARRY E. editor and prop Southern Tobacco 
Journal, Smith Building, W. Market, h Lee nr Bragg, S. G. 
Harman Kittie, seamstress, bds Benbow House 
Harrell Mrs. Mary, wid W. H. h Belle Meade ave 
HARRIS «& FJLIPPEX, (W. E. Harris, jr. and H. B. Flip- 
pen), hardware, carriage materials, sporting goods &c. opp. 
Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
Harris John, harnessmaker, bds Planters' Hotel 

cures all TAD UCCI I IMIMEK1T Cuts > Bruises > 

AILMENTS. I All UttL LlllllVltlll Sprains, etc. 



Carpets and Oil-cloths A 1 II 1 1 jj inftfiriri f\ Lowest prices, largest 
All designs and styles. Ul If ILL A II If 1 1 l LLU stock in Greensboro. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 53 

HARRIS JOHX H. manager for Levi Houston, Houston 

Bros.' building, h S. Elm 
Harris Robert, restaurant, S. Elm, li do 

HARRIS WILX.IAUI E. (Harris & Flippen), li Lindsay 
HARRISON GEORGE W. bartender J. W. Hammill, h 

Mebane 
Harrison William E. clerk Sample S. Brown, bds do 
Harvey Samuel S. cigarmaker, h Warnerville, S. G. 
Harvey Robert A. printer, h Warnerville, S. G. 
Hatch Charles, R. R. mail agt, bds Church 

Hawkins Henry, (col), lab, h Gaston nr N. Elm [S. G. 

Hawkins James L. train dispatcher R. & D. R. R. h Asheboro, 
II 4 WK l\* J Oil \ M. (col), barber, S. Elm, h Gas House 
Hawkins Lee M. prop depot restaurant, h Gowell, S. G. 
Hayes Miss Eva R. h Belle Meade ave 
Hayes Thomas S. shoemaker, h Belle Meade ave 
Hayes William A. salesman J. W. Scott & Co. 
Hayes William H. clerk, h Davie cor Gaston 
Hayes William H. clerk, h Belle Meade ave 
Haywood Thomas, (col), porter McAcloo House 
Headen John B. (col), marble cutter, h E. Market nr Gilmer 
Headen William M. (col), lab, h E. Market nr Gilmer 
Heath Ivin, carpenter, h Asheboro, S. G. 
Heath Joseph, lathe hand, h Asheboro, S. G. 
HEXDERSOX JOHW H. (col), prop railroad restaurant, 

S. Elm opp. Depot, h do. (See adv) 



1 

J. H. HENDERSON, Proprietor. 

MEALS FURNISHED at ALL HOURS 

Opposite R. & D. Depot, South Elm Street, 

Henderson Pleasant, (col), farmer, h Percy 
Henderson Randolph, (col), mason, h Percy 
Hendrix Bros. (Edward M. and James M.) grocers, E. Market 
Hendrix Edward M. (E. M. and J. M. Hendrix), h Danville rd 
Hendrix James M. (Hendrix Bros.) h Danville rd 
HICKS CHARLES H. (col), barber and hairdresser, S. 
Elm rear P. O. h Forbes. (See adv page 54) 

Old Jamaica Rum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C, 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWI'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

54 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTOEY. 

CHARLES HICKS, 
Barber %& Hairdresser 



Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 
GIVE ME A CALL. 

South Elm Street, first door m\\ of New Post Office, 6SEENSB0B0, I E. 

Hicks Jacob, engineer N. C. R. R. h College Hill 

Hicks John, fireman N. C. E. R. h College Hill 

Hildslieimer Mrs. Minnie, wid, bds S. Elm cor W. Washington 

Hill Edmund, (col), lab, h College Hill 

Hill Harvey, (col), lab, h Gilmer 

Hill Wilson S. lawyer, h W. Market bey. Ash 

Hilton Benjamin, lathe hand, h E. Market nr R. R. 

Hilton Mrs. Mary, wid Evan, h E. Market nr R. R. 

Hines Henry L. clerk M. Strauss 

Hobbs Charles, shoemaker, bds S. Elm (See adv) 

HODGIIS" J. F. groceries and provisions, S. Elm, S. G. h do. 

' O" IF. HOIDGKElsr, 

Dealer in Family and Fancy Groceries, Mill Feed 

AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, 

South Elm Street, &?&$%?*. SOUTH GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Hoclgin Thomas C. (clerk G. Will Armfield), h Hiram Worth pi 
Hogan Harris, (col), printer Alderman's Gallery 
Holland James, (col), porter W. T. Chichester [Market 

HOLLAND PHILIP P. (col), (P. P. Holland & Co.) h E. 
HOLLAND P. P. «& 4JO. (col), groceries, fruits, vegetables, 

and notions, 3 Market Square. (See adv page 55) 
Holmes Charles A. (col), lab (Cator's, Church 

HOLTON ALBERT A. clerk of Superior Court, bds Mrs. 
Holton Charles E. manager The Singer Mfg. Co. h E. Market 
Hood Abraham, farmer, h Mebane 
Hopkins Joseph, (col), waiter McAdoo House 
Hopper Jerry, (col), porter Singer Mfg. office, bds on E. Market 
Hopper John, (col), servant Planter's Hotel 

Horney Claudius U. harnessmaker, h N. Elm [nr Forbes 

Horney William A. variety store, W. Market nr Elm, h E. Market 

NO POLICY ever yet CONTESTED written by 
O. W. CABB & CO. 



Dry Goods, Clothing rt 13/ HI ADMriCin Hat8 ' Ca P 3 and 
Boots and Shoes. Ul Iff ILL A 11 III I I II L U Gents Furnishings. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 55 

P. P, HOLLAND & CO, 

DEALERS IN 

Choice Family Groceries 

Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Spices, Bacon, Flour, Canned Goods, 

TINWARE, NOTIONS, ETC. 

Fruits, Confectionery and Vegetables, Tobacco, 

Snuffs and Cigars. 



&~ Butter, Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce bought for cash or 
taken in exchange for goods, and the highest market prices guaranteed. 

No. 3 Market Square, - GREENSBORO, N, G. 

Horton Charles W. moulder, h S. Elm nr Bragg, S. G. 

Horton Henry, (col) lab, h Sycamore nr Forbes 

Horton Horace C. h S. Elm nr Bragg S. G. 

Houck Franklin M. clerk, h Davie 

Houston Miss Annie, h Asheboro, S. G. 

HOUSTON BROS. (Levi & William M.) wholesale and retail 
grocers, and general agts Houston & Emerson's Tar Heel 
Liniment, S. Elm 

HOUSTON «& EHEBiSO^, props and mfrs Tar Heel Lini- 
ment, S. Elm 

HOUSTON EEVI, (Houston Bros.) also harness and saddle 
mfr, and dealer in wagons, buggies, and embroidered silks, 
Houston Bros, building, branch on S. Elm. (See adv) 

HOUSTON WILLIAM H. (Houston Bros, and Houston k 
Emerson), h Clay 

HOWARD EDGAR A. Greensboro book store, h W. Market 

HOWARD MRS. MARGARET E. Greensboro book- 
store, first door south of Benbow House entrance, h W. 
Market. (See adv) [Market 

HOWARD STL VASTUS A. manager W. U. Tel. Co. h W. 

Howard S. Allen, tel. operator W. U. Tel. Co. h W. Market bey. 
Greene 

Howell Drury, (col), boarding house, S. Elm, h do 

Everything good to drink at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Greensboro, N» C» 



SAMPLE S. BROWN'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

56 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Howlett Louis C. clerk sample room, bds Planters' Hotel 
Hubbard Peter, h Asbeboro. S. G. 
Hudneli Eobert T. clerk T. S. Shelton, h Asbeboro 
Hudson Anson L. carpenter, h Yance, S. G. 
Hudson Mrs. Ida B. b Mebane rd, S. G. 
Hudson Henry S. clerk, bds Greene nr W. Washington 
Hughes Miss Ida Y. h Forbes nr E. Washington 
HUGHES JAMES R. prop Lottie Yiola Orchard and Yine- 
yard, meat maiket, ice dealer, live stock dealer, stall 5 City 
Market, yards rear Forbus and Market Sq. bds Planters' 
Hotel. (See adv) 
Hughes J. Madison, tailor, h Forbes nr. E. Washington 
Hughes J. Rufus, country produce, &c. h Forbes nr E. Wash'ton 
Hughes Milton T. h 8. Davie cor W. Washington 
Hughes William P. h W. Market bey. Spring 
Humphres Frank, (col), drayman, h Gaston nr Forbes 
Hundley Mrs. E. D. wid Dr. B,. T. h Sycamore cor Greene 
Hundley Yivian G. clerk, h Sycamore cor Greene 
Hunt P. C. sash and blind maker, h Yance, S. G. [S. G. 

Hunt Webster M. (Wharton, Hunt & Co.) h Bragg nr Asheboro, 
Hunter Miss Charlie D. seamstress, bds Davie nr Gaston 
HUXTER «& MICHAUX, (W. L. Hunter and E. R. 
Michaux), druggists, under McAdoo Hotel, S. Elm. (See 
adv) [nr W. Elm 

HUNTER WILLIAM L. (Hunter & Michaux), bds Gaston 
Hutchings S. F. poultry dealer, bds S. Elm cor Washington 
Hutton James, tel. operator, h E. Market nr Davie 
Hutton Mrs. Mary C. wid Major, h E. Maiket nr Davie 
Hutton William P. groceries and country produce, Davie, bds E. 

Market 
Hyatt Julius, (col), butler, h W. Market cor Ash 
Hyatt William, (col), mason, h Edgeworth nr Greene 
Hynes H. L. h S. Davie bey. limits, S. G 



Ingold Charles, hostler, h Davie 

Ingold Fernando N. messenger S. Exp. h Edgeworth nr Greene 

Ingold Miss Hortense, h Edgeworth nr Greene 

LRELA3TD CHARLES H. sec. and treas. Odell Hardware 

Co. h cor Gaston and Spring 
Ireland Miss Hennie, h Gaston cor Spring 
Iseley Lewis C. carpenter, h S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 
Irvine Charles W. (Irvine & Weatherly) h Davie 

For Man or T A Q U C T I I I KIIIUICKIT Houston & Emerson' 
Beast use I All HllL LI 111 Hit N I Greensboro, 2T. C. 



Building: Material of all kinds at Bottom Prices at 
W. Iff. WAteEFIEILl* «fe CO., No. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 57 

Irvine & Weatherly (C. W. Irvine and A. Weatherly) groceries, 
W. Market 



Jackson Mr. farmer, h College Hill 

Jackson George W. carpenter, h S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 

Jackson Jehu H. meat market, Bragg cor Asheboro, S. G. h 

Bragg, S. G. 
Jackson George W. carpenter and builder, h S. Davie, S. G. 
Jackson Joseph A. carpenter and builder, h Rowley rd 
Jackson Miss Mary, h College Hill 
Jackson Miss Lizzie, h College Hill 
Jacobs Henry, tailor, h Belle Meade ave 
James Hennis, blacksmith, li Gaston nr Forbes 
Jarrell John F. contractor and builder, h McCulloch, S. G. 
Jarrell Miss Mary M. h McCulloch, S. G. 
Jarrett Henry (col) cook, Benbow House 
Jefferson Edward F. carpenter, li Greene nr Clay 
JEFFREYS JOHN R. groceries and liquors, S. Elm, h S. 

Elm, S. G. (See adv) 



^J. R. JEFFREYS,-!* 

DEALER IN 

dCHOICE FAMILY fiRflfiElUKS OF ALL KINDS p 



FLOUR AND FEED. 

Choice Ales, Beers, Wines, Liquors and Foreign and Do- 
mestic Cigars. 

I have on hand a full hue of best Liquors, Bailey's Rectified Corn Whis- 
key and Nathans Bros. Old Wheat Whiskey, six years old ; Fine Brandies, ... 
Q-in, Rum, Beer, Wines ; Cigars, price from one to ten cents each. Every 
man that buys whiskey from me by the drink he gets a glass of pure apple 
cider free of charge. This cider is nice for family use and can be bought 
for 50 cents per gallon. 

SOUTH ELM ST., NEAR R. & D. DEPOT. 
Give me a call. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

gggglff gB@TO STOBBe 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Beady-Made Clothing in correct styles, Jbest materi- 
als and lowest prices at SAMPLE S. BBO WET'S. 

58 GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Jeffreys Newton A. wines and liquors, S. Elm cor Asheboro, h S. 

Elm, S. G. 
Jeffreys William (col), tob. caser, h Lindsay 

Jenkins , ticket agt, h College Hill 

JMKIXM JOHN E. (Field & Jenkins), h E. Washington 

Jennings Robert (col), prizer, h r E. Market bey R. R. 

Jennings William M. carpenter, h Mebane rd, S. G. 

Jessup W. S. bottler, bds McAdoo av [College 

Jesurun Mile Leonie, modern languages, Greensboro Female 

Job Washington A. h McCulloch cor Asheboro, S. G. [S. G. 

Johnson Alfred A. (Johnson & Dorsett), h Gorrell bey Asheboro, 

Johnson Calvin, clerk, h Greene nr Gaston 

Johnson C. C. bookkeeper, bds W. Market 

Johnson David (col), blacksmith, h Gilmer nr E. Market 

Johnson & Dorsett (A. A. Johnson and C. H. Dorsett), dry 

goods, shoes and hats, S. Elm 
Johnson Mrs. Elizabeth S. wid Wilson, h Greene nr Clay 
Johnson Freer W. engineer, h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Johnson J. D. (col), barber, S. Elm, S. G. 
Johnson Lee (col), lab, h Percy nr Lindsay 
Johnson Miss Lucretia K. h Greene nr Clay , 

Johnson Miss Rebecca S. h Greene nr Clay 
JOHNSON BOBEBT E. (col), clerk, h Percy 
Johnson Mrs. Sarah J. wid John, h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Johnson Squire (colj, waiter, Benbow House 
Johnson Thomas (col), lab, h Mebane 
Johnson William (col), 2d cook, McAdoo House 
Jones Anthony (col), stripper, h Jonesboro 
Jones Dallas (col), shoemaker, h Forbes nr E. Washington 
Jones Miss Dora, lady principal Greenesboro Female College 
Jones Geo. H. (col), mason, bds S. Elm 

JONES HE. STEWART, clerk McAdoo House, also Life In- 
surance agt., McAdoo House 
JONES JACOB (col), groceries, meat, poultry and vegeta- 
bles, Davie and Market Square, h Church. (See adv p 59) 
Jones James S. gen. agt. Provident Savings Life Ins. Co. N. Y., 

office Wharton Block, bds McAdoo House 
Jones John (col) dog trainer, h Warnersville, S. G. 
JONES JOSEPH (col) restaurant, Market Square, h War- 

nerville, S. G. 
Jones William (col) clerk, h bey Lindsay nr R. R. 
JONES WILLIAM J. (col) butcher, h Church 
Jones Euffin (col) floor, Benbow House [lege 

Jones Miss Sarah R. asst. music teacher Greensboro Female Col- 
JONES REV. T. M. president Greensboro Female College, 
W. Market 

Try General Insurance Agency, O. W. CARR & CO. 
Fifteen Year's Experience. 



Large assortment of f\ III II ADMCICI fl Window Furnishings 
Carpets and Oil-cloths Ud WILL A nlYINLLU Table linen, Towels, &c 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 59 

f^ JACOB JONES, 



DEALER IN 



Choice Fresh, Smoked and Salt 

MEATS. 



POULTRY, GAME and VEGETABLES in their SEASON. 

Butter, Lard, Eggs, Cheese, Fish, Salt, 

FLOUR, FEED AND FAMILY GROCERIES. 

CONFECTIONERY AND CANNED GOODS IN EARGE VARIETY. 

Country Produce bought for cash or taken in exchange for goods, and 
the highest market price guaranteed. 

MOTTO — Grood Goods, Quick Sales, Small Profit and Fair Dealing. 

Stall No. 1, City Market. 

Store--Davie Street, opp. star Warehouse, Greensboro, N. C. 

Jones Seven (col) shoemaker, h E. Market bey Gilmer 

Jordan Arthur, marble, E. Market, h Belle Meade ave. 

Jordan Charles (col) lab, h Percy nr Lindsay 

Jordan Green D. h Gaston cor Edgeworth 

Jordan Isaac (col) grinder, h Percy 

Jordan Marcellus, conductor N. C. E. E. h Gaston cor Edgeworth 

Jordan Thomas (col) lab, h E. Market bey Gilmer 

Jordan William M. baggagemaster N. C. E. E. h Gaston cor 

Edgeworth 
Joyce Edward E. (col) shoemaker, E. Elm, h Warnerville, S. G. 
Julian Jesse, farmer, h Asheboro cor McCulloch, 8. G. 
Justice James K. foreman Southern Tobacco Journal, Smith 

building, h. do 

Keeling Mrs. Ann T. wid S. P. h Gaston nr Greene 
Keeling John L. gen'l mdse, S. Elm, h Gaston 
Keeling Spencer P. clerk, h Gaston nr Greene 
Keistler George W. h S. Davie, S. G. 
Keith Miss Emma L. h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 
Keith Francis M. plasterer, h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 
Kelly Isaac B. clerk, bds Asheboro nr Gorrell, S. G. 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G. NEW COMB, Odell Building, 



SAMPLE S. BROWK carries the largest stock of 
Ladies 9 , Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

60 GKEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

MEIjIiY JOHUi" A. (col), meats, fish, vegetables and poultry, 
stall 6, Market House, h Gaston 

Kendall Charles B. printer, h Asheboro c McCulloch, S. G. 

Kendall Mrs. Khoda M. wid John J., h Asheboro cor McCul- 
loch, S. G. 

Kenett J. C. Int. Rev. agt. r S. Elm nr E. R. 

REMEDY ALEX, manager Knoxville Furniture Co. Whar- 
ton Block, S. Elm [nr N. Elm 

KEMEDY ROBERT, Knoxville Furniture Co.bds Gaston 

Kent Home (col), Mrs. S. D. Snow, matron, nr Bennett Seminary, 
S. G. 

KEOOH THOMAS B. lawyer, also of Keogh & Boyd, pub- 
lishers Greensboro North State, h Asheboro c Gorrell,S. G. 

KEOOH THOMAS S. h Asheboro c Gorrell, S. G. 

Kern Edward G. cigarmaker, h E. Market 

Kernodle James, groceries, etc., h Belle Meade av 

Kernodle John W. meat market, stall 2, City Market, bds Mc- 
Donald [Elm 

Kernodle Mrs. J. W. prop. McDonald House, McDonald nr S. 

Kerr Cyrus M. country produce, h Clay nr Greene 

Kerr John W. (col), clerk, h Warnersville, S. G. 

Kerr Miss M. Alice, h Clay nr Greene 

Kerr Samuel A. clerk Houston Bros, h Clay 

JOHN A, KELLY, 

DEALER IN 

FRESH PORK, MUTTON, BEEF 

AUSTID SATJSAGBS. 



Vegetables, Poultry and Game in their Season. 

BUTTER EGGS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRESH FISH and OYSTERS 



Stall No. 6 City Market, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Sure Cure for T-DUCCI IMIMfMT Bites or Foison - 
Poison Oak, I All nLLL LINIIVIHIl I ous Stings. 



money will secure good bargains in Tin, Wood and 
Willowware at W. H. Wakefield «fc Co., S. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 61 

Kersey Miss Alice E. h Warnersville, S. G. 

Kersey Miss Mary B. h Warnerville, S. G. 

Kersey Millard F. carpenter, h Warnersville, S. G. 

Kersey Samuel B. clerk, li Warnersville, S. G. 

Kimball Dennis (col), clerk, h Forbes nr E. Washington 

King John L. (J. L. King & Co.), h Greene nr Gaston 

King J. L. & Co. (J. L. King, G. H. McKinney, W. S. Carroll), 
plug and twist tobacco mfrs. Ash c McDonald 

KING ROBERT R. (Dillard, King & Dillard), bds W. Market 

King Thomas, bartender, bds W. Market 

King Thomas E. machinist, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 

King Thomas W. clerk, bds W. Market 

Kinney Jerome, engineer R. & D. R. R. bds S. Davie nr Sycamore 

Kirkman Abel G. county treasurer, bds Planters' Hotel 

KIRKMAN ALBERT L,. groceries, etc., S. Elm, h do [G. 

Kirkman Julius A. harness maker for L. F. Eose, h Asheboro, S. 

Kirkpatrick Linsey (col), lab, h McCulloch, S. G. 

Kivett W. S. carpenter, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

Kluge Miss Minnie, school teacher, h Asheboro, S. G. 

KNOXVIUL.E FURNITURE CO. A. Kennedy, jr. mana- 
ger, Wharton block, S. Elm 

Kotzen A. dry goods peddler, h Central Hotel 



Lamb Maben, carpenter, h Clay nr Greene 

Lambeth Mrs. Delitha M. wid John A. h Greene nr W. Wash'ton 

Lampman George, jeweler and watchmaker, E. Market opp P. O. 

hdo 
Lampman William T. jeweler, E. Market opp P. O. 
I,4N€ASTER J. JL. clerk McAdoo House, S. Elm 
L.ANO WILX.IAJJI R. prop. Star Warehouse, bds W.Wash- 
ington 
Landis Charles E. warehouseman, h E. Market nr Gilmer 
Landreth Mrs. Anna E. (widow M. D.) h end E. Market 
L1XDRETH JAMES W. groceries and provisions, end E. 

Market, h do 
Landreth Miss Minnie E. dressmaker, h end E. Market 
Lane Henry, (col), hostler, h Davie 
Lane Thomas, (col), night watchman, McAdoo House 
LEDFOBD GEORGE, carriage mfr and sign writer, Syca- 
more opp City Market, h Gaston. (See adv page 62) 
Legerton Charles W. conductor R. & D. R. R. h Asheboro nr 

Lee, S. G. 
Lehman Julius, clerk M. Strauss, bds Planters' Hotel 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. XEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, 



Buy your Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Curtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

62 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

GBOBGH LEDFORD, 

MANUFACTURER OF 




Coaches jN- 

—AND— 

-McBuggies. 



Special Attention given to Sign Painting. General Repairing a Specialty. 

Sycamore St., Opp. City Market, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Leonard Joseph A. machinist, h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 
LEWIS CHARLES, (J. & C. Lewis), h S. Elm, S. G. 
LEWIS JOHN, (J. & C. Lewis), h S. Elm, S. G. 

LEWIS J. <& C. blacksmiths and wagonmakers, S. Elm, S. G. 
Lindley Charles S. (J. C. Lindley & Bro.) h New Garden Station 
Lindley J. Clarkson, (J. C. Lindley & Bro.) h Spring nr Wash'ton 
Lindley John W. (with J. C. Lindley & Bro ) h Spring nr Wash'n 
Lindley J. C. & Bro. (J. Clarkson and Charles S.) nurserymen, 

office Benbow Block, nursery New Garden Station 
Lindsay Dr. Edward, physician and surgeon, and of the firm of 

Lindsay & Schenck, h Spring head W. "Washington 
Lindsay Henry, (col), porter, McAdoo House 
Lindsay John, pressman Thomas, Reed & Co. h Warnersville, S. G. 
Lindsay John, (col), butcher, h end North nr R. R. 
Lindsay Jerry, (col), lab, h Lindsay 
Lindsay Miss, Lulu$ h Greene nr Sycamore 
Lindsay Mrs. M. P., wid Robert G. h Greene nr Sycamore 
Lindsay & Schenck, (Dr. Edward Lindsay and Weldon E. 

Schenck), wholesale and retail druggists and dental depot, 

S. Elm opp. post office 
Lindsey John, (col), butler, h Church cor Davie 
Lindsey Mrs. W. W. wid, h Spring nr W. Market 
Lindsey Pinkney, (col), helper, h Gilmer 
Lindsey Green, (col), baker, h Forbes cor Sycamore 
Lipscombe Mrs. Anna E. (col), groceries and provisions, Percy 

nr Lindsay, h do 
Litaker J. Franklin, fireman R. & D. R. R. h College Hill 
Lloyd Alexander V. ins. agt, h Asheboro cor McCulloch, S. G. 
Lofland Harris B. clerk Odell Hardware Co. bds W. Market 
Logan Dr. John E. physician, Porter & Tates, h W. Market nr* 

Ash 
Lohman H. wines and liquors, McAdoo House 
Loman James, rimmer, h rear E. Washington nr R. R. 
Loney B. S. mining engineer, bds Benbow House 

Over $150,000 Losses Paid through Agency of 
O. W. CABJR SCO. 



The leading Dry Goods p lift I A D M C I C I R LateSt styleS in Ladies ' 
and Clothing House. (Jl if ILL AlllVlritLU dress goods & notions. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 63 



Long Charles P. (col), barber with J. W. Emerson, h E. Market 

Longley Frank, mason, bds S. Elm [Market 

LOXGSBOX GEORGE F. (Dodson & Longsdon) h E. 

Love James M. planer, h S. Davie bey. limits, S. G. 

LOVE WIE.1,IAM, (Brooks & Love), h Warnersville, S. G. 

Lovett John (col), helper E. Gullett 

Lowe George W. porter E. M. Caldclugh & Bro. 

Lyon Alexander, tobacco buyer, h Lindsay opp Forbes 

Lyon Thomas A. (T. A. Lyon & Bro.) h Lindsay (Market 

Lyon T. A. & Bro. (T. A. & W. S. Lyon), leaf tobacco dealers, W. 

Lyon Mrs. T. A. millinery and fancy goods, Benbow Hall Block, 

h Lindsay 
Lyon William, tobacco buyer, h Lindsay opp Forbes 

im: 

Madlox William, clerk, h College Hill 
Mangum Thomas, carpenter, h West Greene 
MAM REV. JAMES P. pastor W. Market Street Methodist 
Church, h W. Market cor Spring 

ISAAC MARABLE, 

BOOT m SHOE JS/LJ±¥ZJEltt^ 

Custom Work a Specialty. Repairing Neatly Done. 

East Market, near Railroad, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

MARABLE ISAAC, (col), shoemaker, E. Market nr E. E. h 

Gilmer nr E. E. (See adv) [adv) 

MARABIiE JOIOJ H. (col), drayman, h E. Market. (See 

JOHN H. MARABLE, 

PUBJLIC B1AYMAN, 

All Kinds of Furniture, Freight and Baggage Handled with Care and Dispatch. 

GARDEN AND FIELD FLOWING. 

East market near Railroad, - - Greensboro, N. C. 

Marley Dr. Henry B. physician, Asheboro bey. limits, S. G. h do 

Martin Martin L. law student, bds Davie nr Gaston 

Martin Turner, (col), cook, h Harperville 

MASK GEORGE M. correspondent for the Craftsman, 

Charlotte, N. C. h S. Elm, S. G. 
Mason J. E. salesman, west of S. Elm, h Salisbury rd 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB' S, 
Odell Building. 



All the Xovelties in ladies' Dress Goods cam be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

64 GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 



Mason James C. groceries, S. Elm, h Salisbury rd, S. G. 
Mathews William M. clerk Odell Hardware Co bds W. Market 
Matlock Samuel B. salesman Knoxville Furniture Co. h Sycamore 
Matlock William L. salesman Knoxville Furniture Co. 
Matthews & Co. (F. A. Matthews & S. B. Kersey), grocers, S. Elm 

at limits, S. G. 
Matthews Frank A. (Matthews & Co.) h Ashboro bey. limits, S. G. 
Matthews William, clerk, bcls Ash cor Sycamore 
May Henderson, engineer N. C. E. R. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 
May Mrs. Mary S., wid John H. h Forbes nr E. Washington 
Mayo Thomas H. druggist, h E. Market nr Sycamore 
Mead Mrs. Lucy, wid, h E. Market nr post office 
Mebane Cornelius, Internal Revenue agt, h Ash nr W. Wash'ton 
Mebane John, (col), tinsmith. 

Mebane Eobert S. drug clerk, h Ash nr W. Washington 
MEXDEBTHALL AAROtf, (col), (Mendenhall & Galloway), 

h Factory, S. G. 
MEXDEXHALL «& GALLOWAY, (col), A. Mendenhall, 

T. E. Galloway), groceries, cor Davie & Sycamore. (See 

adv) 
Mendenhall Miss Hattie, h Asheboro nr McCulloch, S. G. 
IIE^DEXHALL JABEK R. (Greensboro Sash and Blind 

Co.), h Asheboro bey limits, S. G. 



A. MENDENHALL. T. R. GALLOWAY. 

HQlDEJBALL \ ^LlMi^Y, 



3DE3A.X.E!nS I3NT 



Salt Fish and Smoked Meats, Teas, Coffees and Spices, 
Fruits and Confectioneries. Vegetables and Ber- 
ries in their seasons. 

-He TOBACCO, SNUFF # CIGARS #«- 

BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY AND COUNTRY PRODUCE 

Bought for cash or exchanged for goods. 

Bavie Cor, Sycamore Street, - - - ORBENMO, I, G. 

8 CT«:r Houston & Emerson "TT 



Stoves and Ranges at W. El. WAKEFIELB <& CO., 
Mfirs. of the Wakefield Cook, No. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 65 

Menclenhall Miss Judtih J. li S. Elm cor W. Washington 
Menclenhall Lewis (col), carpenter, h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Mendenball Walter, li Asheboro nr McCulloch, S. G. 
ME^DEIVHALL WI. ». (Greensboro Sash and Blind Co.) 

h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
Merrill J. C. mill wright, bds Davie nr Gaston 
Merriman Branch H. salesman, li W. Market cor Paisley alley 
Merritt Henry (col), brakeman, li E. Market nr Gilmer 
Merritt J. Harper, clerk Geo. H. Boyster, h W. Washington 
Messley James W. moulder, li Gaston cor Davie 
Messley Boderick D. carpenter, h Gaston cor Davie 
MICHAFX E. R. (Hunter & Michaux), h Greene 
MICH4UX JO UN E. editor Daily Workman and Central 

Protestant, Benbow House bldg., S. Elm, h Greene 

THE 



A BB1.IGIOUS WEBILYo 



Founded in 1874. J. L. MICHAUX, Editor. 

^ub^citiptioq $2,00 pei< Ye&fc I^EEjlgBOip, Jl. C, 

MICHAUX JOHN S. local editor Dailv AVoikman, Benbow 

Hall bldg., S. Elm, h Greene 
Milton Robert S. (col), student, h Gilmer 
Martin Sim (col), carpenter, h Gilmer 
Mines William (col), mason, h E. Market bey Gilmer 
Mitchell Andy (col), lab, h Forbes nr Sycamore 
Mitchell Joseph J. (Mitchell & Trogdon), bds W. Market 
Mitchell Lum (col), h Warnersville, S. G. 
Mitchell Samuel S. (Mitchell & Trogdon), also bookkeeper W. J. 

Blackman, bds W. Market 
Mitchell & Trogdon (S. S. and J. J. Mitchell and W. F. Trogdon) 

groceries and confectionery, 6 W. Market 
Modgridge Mrs. M. E. housekeeper, h S. Elm cor Washington 
Montgomery Miss Dora, tailoress h E. Market nr Davie 
MONTGOMERY JOMC. foreman N. C. Handle Co. h 

Warnersville, S. G. 
Montgomery J. Buffin, machinist, h Mebane rd, S. G. 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



SAMPLE S. BROWS does the leading Shoe and 

Hat business in Greensboro. 



66 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



MONTGOMERY WI. P. clerk Benbow House 
Moody John (col), grinder, h Warnersville, S. G. 
Moore A. L. fireman R. & D. R. R. bds S. Davie nr Sycamore 
Moore Charles E. clerk, h E. Market nr Davie 
Moore Charles H. school teacher, h nr Bennett's Seminary 
Moore Miss Cora, h E. Market nr Davie 
Moore Henry (col), lab, h Gilmer nr E. Market 
Moore James (col), lab, h Jacksonville, S. G. 
Moore Joseph, clerk, bcls Ash cor Sycamore 
Moore Poke (col), farmer, h S. Davie nr R. R. 
MOORE REV. RICHARD R. h S. Elm cor Washington 
MOORE MRS. R. R. boarding house, S. Elm c Washington 
MOORE W. S. dry and fancy goods, millinery, pianos and or- 
gans, E. Market cor Davie, h E. Market. (See adv) 




Greensboro, N. C. 



Twenty-one years a Dealer in 
the Best Makes. 



Organs and Pianos 

From $36 to $350. 



Time Plan— $10 Cash, $5 
Monthly. 



The Did Reliable i6 ^HOl^IlVlljER " WtstoMonejl 

Millinery, Notions, Dry Goods, 5e. and We. Counter Goods. 



MOORE MRS. W. S. proprietor millinery department, E. 

Market, h do 
MOORE JOHN (col), blacksmith, Warnersville, S. G., h do 
Morehead Eugene, hostler, h Davie nr R. R. 
Morehead Gaston (col), painter, h r E. Market bey R. R. 
Morehead Harry (col), carpenter, h Mebane rd, S. G. 
Morehead James (col), shoemaker, h Gilmer 



O, W. CAMR <% CO., General Insurance Agent. 

Accident, Fire, Life, Tornado. 



Dry Goods, Clothing, p 11/11 I ADMCS^B fj Hats > Caps and 
Boots and Shoes. U a V U I L L A IS IVI I B L L U Gents' Furnishings. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 67 

iVOREHElD JAMES T. lawyer, Lindsay building opp 

Court House, h cor Sycamore and Greene 
Morehead Joseph M. (Morehead & Holcombe), h Eugene nr 

Sycamore 
MOREHEAD REV. PIi\K5TEY (col), pastor M. E. 

Church, h Lindsay 
Morehead Quinney (col), blacksmith, h Lindsay 
Morehead Robert (col), lab, h r G. F. College 
Morehead Tinney (col), porter, h Warnersville, S. G. 
Morehead William (col), carpenter, h Davie nr R. R. 
Morris Samuel, col, lab, h Forbes opp Mebane 
Morrison Mrs. Eliza, wid, bds S. Elm c W. Washington 
Morrison William H. pressman H. H. Cartland, h W. Market 
Murchison Coley, train dispatcher C. F. & Y. Y. R. R. r C. F. & 

Y. V. office 
Murphy Lofton, col, lab, h Percy 
Murphy Sidney, machinist, h N. Elm 
Murphy William L. col, lab 

Murray Robert W. clerk W. R. Murray, h Asheboro [boro 

Murray William R. dry goods, shoes and hats, S. Elm, h Ashe- 
Muse T. H. engineer, r Gorrell building 
Myers Coley, col, tob. roller, h Sycamore n E. Market 

IMic. 

McAdoo Calvin N. dry goods, etc., h McAdoo av nr Gorrell, S. G. 
M'AOOO GEORGE W. col, prin. Warnersville School, h 

Warnersville, S. G. [adv 

91'ADOO HOUSE, Charles D. Vernon, prop., S. Elm. (See 
McAdoo James, col, lab, h Asheboro cor Douglas, S. G. 
McAdoo John W. col, blacksmith, Sycamore, h Warnersville, S. G. 
HcADOO MRS. MAJTWIE W. general merchandise, cor 

E. Market and Davie, h McAdoo av, S. G. 
McAdoo Samuel, col, foundry, h Greene nr Gaston 
McADOO WALTER ». bds McAdoo House 
McBride Mrs. Elizabeth, wid W. h Mebane rd, S. G. 
McBride Miss Elizabeth, h Mebane rd, S. G. [pot, S. G. 

McCADLEY SAMUEL. J. wines and liquors, S. Elm nr De- 
McConnell Andy, col, cook, Benbow House [O. 

McCormick William H. asst. register of deeds, h E. Market nr P. 
McCORMICK W. H. JR, clerk, h E. Market 
McCUELOCM JOHX. deputy sheriff, h Asheboro bey 

limits, S. G. 
McCulloch Robert A. h Asheboro bey limits, S. G. 
McCullouch Logan, bookkeeper, bds Davie 

Old Jamaica Bum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C. 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPEE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 

68 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

McDonald House, Mrs. J W. Kernodle, prop, McDonald n Depot 

McDonald Mrs. Rosa E. wid Thomas, h E. Market nr Forbes 

McDowell Edgar, clerk, bds McDowell House 

McDowell John W. clerk, h Gaston 

McGirt D. M. col, boot black, h Warnersville, S. G. 

McGuire Hugh, handle rimmer, h Asheboro, S. G. 

McGuire Miss Sarah, h S. Elm nr Bragg, S. G. 

McKeeson Samuel, col, drayman, h Forbes cor Sycamore 

McKENZIE KUFUS M. col, prin. Colored Graded School, h 

Lindsay nr R. R. 
McKibben A. J. h S. Davie cor Bragg, S. G. 
McKinney Gordentia H. (J. L. King & Co.), r Factory 

Mcknight «& Albright (J. l. McKnight and j. f. 

Albright), groceries and country produce, E. Market n 
Davie. (See adv) 

j. e. Mcknight. j. f. albright. 

Mcknight & albright, 

DEALERS IK 

Groceries, Provisions, Fish, Flour, 

Feed, Salt, Canned Goods and Glassware, Pure Teas, Coffees and 
Spices a Specialty. Fruits and Confectioneries fresh every 
day and of the finest quality. Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars. 

Butter, Eggs, Poultry and all kinds of Country Produce for Cash. 

East Market Street, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

McKIIGHT JOHff E. (McKnight & Albright), h Yancey- 

ville road 
McLean Fletcher, col, theological student, h Forbes opp Mebane 
McEEAtf JESSIE, clerk Banner Warehouse, h W. Market 
McLean Julius, col, helper, h Percy 
McLean Miss Lu, h Lindsay nr Forbes 

McLean Mrs. Sylvira, col, wid, h Forbes opp Mebane [G. 

MiLEA^ THOMAS O. (R. A. Fleming & Co.), h Bragg, S. 
McLEAI WM. C. (J. W. Scott & Co.), h Forbes nr Lindsay 
McMAHOW TMOJIAS M. Greensboro Spoke Handle 

Works, bds Benbow House 
McBfAIRY JOHX W. (Greensboro Sash and Blind Co.)/h 

S. Davie nr Lee, S. G. 
McNeil Daniel, col, engineer, h Factory nr Gorrell, S. G. 
McNickle Armor, spoke maker, h E. Market nr Forbes 

For Kidney T A R UEFI I IMIMFMT ITNEVEM 

Complaint use I Mil IILLL LIIiIITILII I FAILS. 



All kinds of Hardware, Paints, Oil and Tarnishes 
at W. H. WAKEFIELD «& CO., So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 69 



Nance William, watchman, b S. Elm bey limits, S. G. 

Naylor C. B. tobacconist, bds 8. Elm nr R. R. 

Nay lor Oliver, tobacconist, bcls S. Elm nr R. R. 

Neace Henry, clerk, bds S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 

Nelson Miss Alice IX h Eugene cor Sycamore 

Nelson Miss Amanda, h Eugene cor Sycamore [Sycamore 

WEL.SOtf JAJIES X. ex-Probate Judge, h Eugene cor 

I^ELiSO^ JOHN J. deputy clerk, Superior Court, h Eugene 

cor Sycamore 
Nelson Miss Olivia, h Eugene cor Sycamore 
IEW€OMB E. G. wines and liquors, Odell building, S. Elm, 

h Aslieboro, S. G. (See bottom right line) 
Newcomb Miss Ora E. h Asheboro nr Gorrell, S. G. 
Newell Aimer G. carpenter, h Asheboro, S. G. 
Newell D wight W. train despatcher, h Asheboro, S. G. 
NEWEL. L. 9I1BOX CJ. dry goods, etc., Asheboro bey 

limits, S. G., h do. (See adv) 
Newell Miss Ollie V. h Asheboro, S. G. 
Newlin Miss Lina P. h W. Market nr Edgeworth 

SOUTH SIDE GROCERY STORE. 



MYRON G. NEWELL, 

NOTIONS 



DEALER IN 




V 
Family and Fancy Groceries, 

Fresh, Smoked and Salt Meats, Mill Feed and Country 

Produce, Fruits and Confectionery, 

Tobacco and Cigars. 

AOBIOUI/nTBAIj mE&UWMmmTB* 

Asheboro cor. Bragg Street, South Greensboro, N. C. 

Budiveis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro ,\N, C. 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

70 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Nocho Jacob E. col, U. S. Mail, h E. Market nr Lyndon 
Norman Theological Institute, col, C. L. Davis, prin., near 

Bennett Seminary 
North Carolina Coach Material Co. Thos. McMahon, pres. and 

treas., E. Washington nr E. B.,S. G. 
NORTH CAROLINA HANDLE CO. F. E. Shober & 

Co. props., Ash, S. G. 
NORTH CAROLINA PROHIBITIONIST, Eev. W. 

T. Walker, editor and prop., S. Davie nr Market 
Norwood William, col, waiter, Benbow House 
N. Y. & Southern Telegraphy Co., Charles F. Thompson, man., 

McAdoo House 



ODELL HARDWARE CO. (incorporated), J. A. Odell, 
pres.; C. H. Ireland, sect, and treas., S. Elm 

ODELL JAMES A. pres. Odell Hardware Co., h E. Wash- 
ington nr Forbes 

Odell Miss Lena C. h E. Washington nr Forbes 

Ogburn Charles W. bds S. Elm cor W. Washington 

Orrell Mrs. Lee, wid Daniel E. dressmaker, E. Market nr 
Davie, h do 

Osborne Miss Mary E. h S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 

O'SULLIVAN E. C. «fc CO. (E. C. & J. E. O'Sullivan), 
tinners, steam and gas fitters, S. Elm. (See adv page 71) 

O'SULLIVAN EUGENE C. (E. C. O'Sullivan & Co.), h S. 
Elm, S. G. [S. G. 

O'SULLIVAN JOHN E. (E. C. O'Sullivan & Co.), h S. Elm, 

Our Homes, issued every Saturday, W. C. Phillips editor and 
publisher, Asheboro 

Overcash Charles, flagman A. V. E. E. bds S. Davie cor Bragg, 
S. G. 

Owen Mrs. Deborah A. wid James, h E. Washington nr E. E. 

Owen William E. engineer E. & D. E. E. h E. Washington n E. E. 



Palmer Simon, col, lab, h Percy 

PARKER BENJAMIN F. P. O. clerk, bds Planters' Hotel 

Parker Mrs. Emily C. wid John, h S. Elm nr E. E. 

Parker Miss D. servant, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

Parker Joseph, col, pressman North State 

Parker Miss Mary G. h cor W. Market and Green 

Parker Mrs. Mary P. wid, h cor W. Market and Greene 

Paschal George, clerk, bds W. Market 

Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Factories, Wood Workers, 
Quartz Mills a Specialty with O. W. CAUR & CO* 



Large assortment of 
Carpets and Oil-cloths. 



G, WILL ARMFIELD 



Window Furnishings, 
Table linen, Towels, &c 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



71 



Pascom George, clerk, bds Greene cor Gaston 

Patterson John, col, mason, h Lindsay 

Patterson M. C. leaf tobacco dealer, Greene nr Clay r W. Market 

Pattillo William H. col, porter Pullman car, li Percy 

Payne & Graham col, (R. B. Payne and H. H. Graham), barbers, 

S. Elm, McAdoo block [h do 

Payne John W. clerk U. S. Court, 5th Dist., Church cor Davie, 
Payne Jule, col, porter, h Purcell 

Payne Robert B. col, (Payne & Graham), h "Warnersville 
Peak Mary J. cook, Benbow House 

Pearce Ciland E. clerk G. Will Armfield, h E. Market [Market 
PEARCE JAMES R. auctioneer Star Warehouse, h E. 
Pearce Oscar F. salesman Houston Bros, h W. Market 
Pearce Robert E. h E. Market nr Davie 

Pell Miss Alice E. asst. music teacher, Greensboro Female Col. 
Pennix J. C. law student, bds Davie nr Gaston 
Perry William, car cleaner, N. Section House 
Peters Hugh B. (Peters & Tatum), h Ash nr McDonald 
Peters & Tatum (H. B. Peters and H. B. Tatum), coal and 

wood, opp Ross stable 
Phelps Elijah, col, carpenter, h Mebane, rd, S. G. 
Philips Benjamin C. dep. sheriff, h Gaston c Davie 




L C. I" 

^ TINNER 




AND DEALERS IN 

n 

33 Engine Supplies, Lead Pipe, &c. 
^J Brass and Iron Fittings for 
Steam, Gas and Water. 

PIPE, WHOLESALE or RET AIL 

Cut and Fitted to Order. 

Agents for Eberman Feeder, Best Feeder Known 

ALL WORK AT LOWEST RATES. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Everything good to drink at E. G. NEW COMB'S, 
Greensboro, N» C. 



SAMPLE IS. BROWI'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

72 GEEENSBOBO DIRECTORY. 

Phillips diaries, col, waiter, McAdoo House 

Phillips W. C. editor and publisher Our Homes, Asheboro 

PMIPPS J. ME^RY (J. W. Scott & Co.), h Asheboro 

Picket Mrs. D. wid, h Forbes 

Pierce Adam A. lab, h Sycamore nr E. Market 

Pitts A. L. groceries and produce, S. Elm, bds Davie 

Pitts Levi D. clerk, bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 

PLANTERS' IIOTEJL, Mrs. L. A. Eees, prop. E. Market 

Plitt George, baker, bds S. Elm 

Plunkett Charles W. printer The Daily Workman, h Asheboro 

Pointer Mrs. E. C. wid Albert G. h Gaston cor Spring 

Poland William E. harness maker, h Causey bldg. S. Elm 

Porter Miss Lina M. school teacher, h W. Market nr Edgeworth 

Porter Dr. Algernon S. physician, h W. Market nr Edgeworth 

Porter Mrs. Ruth C. wid Sidney, h W. Market nr Edgeworth 

PORTER SIORJLEY W. clerk Farmer's Warehouse, h 

W. Market 
PORTER «& TATE (W. C. Porter and F. A. Tate), drug- 
gists, S. Elm. (See adv) 

W. C. PORTER. F: A. TATE. 

PORTER & TATE, 

DEALERS IN 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

AND FANCY ARTICLES, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

PORTER WML C. (Porter & Tate),h W. Market c Edgeworth 
POTTS ROBERT E. clerk Southern Express Co. h Spring 
Prairie Anthony Y. shuttle block mfr. h Asheboro, S. G. 
Pretzfelder Charles (C. & M. Pretzfelder), h Davie 
Pretzfelder C. & M. dry goods, clothing and general merchants, 

S. Elm 
Pretzfelder Moritz (C. & M. Pretzfelder, h S. Elm 
Preyer Ellis, col, freight handler, h nr R. E. 
Price Miss Lily, h E. Washington c Forbes 
Price Peter D. h E. Washington cor Forbes 
Price Robert T. porter, H. J. Williams, h N. Elm bey limits 
Prince Miss Bessie C. h E. Market nr Sycamore 
PRUTCE ©AVII> O. photographer, W. Market, h E. 

Market. (See adv) 

Sure Cure for TADIJEEI I I Ml MC KIT Bites or Poi ^ on - 
PoisonOak, I f%11 UtElL Lmllfitll I ous Stings. 



'• The best thing on wheels ** is the Champion Farm 
Wagon for sale by W. Iff. Wakefield «& Co., $. Elm. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 73 

P1UICE I>. BRAISrAIftD, photographer, bds E. Market 
Pritchett Miss Etta, h Asheboro nr Bragg, S. G. 
Pritchett Miss Fannie, h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
Pritchett George W. student, h Asheboro nr Bragg, S. G. 
Pritchett John A. cabinet maker, Asheboro nr Bragg, S. G., hdo 
Pritchett John W. cabinet maker, h Asheboro nr Bragg, S. G. 
Pritchett Miss Maggie V. h Asheboro nr Bragg, S. G. 
Pritchett Miss Sarah, h Bragg c Asheboro, S. G. 
PROCTOlt HI HAM T. shoemaker, S. Elm, h do. (See adv) 



HIRAM T. PROCTOR, 




Custom Work a Specialty. Repairing- Neatly Done. 

South Elm, near Railroad Depot, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Pugh Charlie E. clerk, h Church 

Pugh Frank P. contractor and builder, h McCulloch, S. G. 

PUQat JOHI W. groceries, Church c Da-vie, h do 

Pugh Miss Mary A. h McCulloch, S. G. 

Pugh Mrs. Q. Anna, h Church nr Lindsay 

Kankin Albert, h Danville rd 

Eankin Augustus L. clerk Odell Hardware Co. h Asheboro, S. G. 

Rankin Miss Calla V. milliner, h Greene nr Clay 

Rankin Mrs. Callie C. boarding house, W. Market bey. Greene 

Rankin Miss Ella A. h Asheboro nr Lee, S. G. 

RAMiltf JAMES K. clerk Banner Ware-house, h W. Market 

Rankin Mrs. Jane, col, wid Persia, h Greene nr Clay 

RAUfKIS ,JOHM" Iff. floor manager Star Ware-house, h W. 

Market bev. Greene 
Rankin William R. clerk F. Fishblate, h W. Market 
Rankin Col. William S. general insurance, N. Elm nr Church, h do 
Rankin W. Charles, clerk G. Will Armfield, h W. Market 
Rankins Thomas, col, farmer, h Gilmer 
Ray Mrs. Annie, wid David L. h E. Market nr Davie 
Ray Frank, col, tob. roller, h Lindsay 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Beady-Made Clothing in correct styles, best materi- 
als and lowest prices at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

74 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Ray Peter L. printer Thomas Reece & Co. h E. Market 
Read George 8. commercial agt, bds Benbow House 
Read Luther C. salesman, h Church bey. Lindsay 
Reece Henry, engineer R. & D. R. R. bds S. Davie nr Sycamore 
REECE JOSEPH BE. (Thomas, Reece & Co.) h W. Market 
Reed Henry, col, lab, h Sycamore nr E. Market 
REES MRS. JL.. A. prop Planters' Hotel, E. Market 
REES R. MONROE, chief of police, h Planters' Hotel 
REES WILLIAM H. manager Planters' Hotel, E. Market 
Reid, Reid & Reid, lawyers, W. Market and Wentworth, C. H. 
Reinicker Mrs. Emma F. wid Charles, h W. Market bey. Edge- 
worth [Spring 
Renn George A. clerk Southern Express Co. h cor Sycamore and 
REYNOLDS CYRUS A. (Greensboro Sash and Blind Co.) 
h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. [bey. Bragg, S. Ct. 
Reynolds Enos A. wks sash and blind manufactory, h S. Elm 
Reynolds Franklin, carpenter, h McCulloch, S. G. 
Rhoads Lewis, col, drayman, h Gaston cor Forbes 
Rice Ben, col, lab, h Harperville 

Rice Bryan A. train dispatcher R. & D. R. R. h S. Davie, S. G. 
Richmond & Danville R. R., Robert L. Vernon agt, depot S. Elm 
Ricks Miss Mary E. 

Ridley Ottoway, col, gardener, h E. Market nr Gilmer 
Rieves William C. yard-master R. & D R. R. h Gorrell bey Ashe- 
boro, S. G. 
Rines James A. brakeman R. & D. R. R. li Mebane rd, S. G. 
RITCH RAVIR, painter, h Martinsville rd 
Robertson Mrs. D. A. asst. Literary Department Greensboro 

Female College, h end Sycamore 
Robertson Robert F. (Robertson & Rowe), h Church 
Robertson & Rowe, dentists, (R. F. Robertson, W. W. Rowe), cor 

Elm and E. Market 
ROBERTSON SAMUEL C. marble yard, opp R. &. D. 
Railroad, h E. Market. (See aclv) 



S. O. ROBERTSON", 

DEALER IN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

Monumeq^, Tabled, Jkdgfeoqeg, ^c. 

Iron Fencing- Furnished for Cemetery JLots. 

L ID. Railroad Depot, - 0&ESNS8030 J, G. 



O. W. CAMR & CO., General Insurance Agt. Best English and 
American Companies. Aggregate assets over $200,000,000. 



Eeady-made Clothing f% 11/111 A DM HE 111 Best Goods, 

Latest styles, (jl WILL A It IVI 1 ItlLU At the Lowest Prices. 

GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 75 

Robertson William W. sawyer, li Gaston nr Forbes 

Robertson Willis, col, lab, h E. Market bey. Gilmer 

Rolls Miss Flora L. li Belle Meade ave 

Rolls George E. foreman C. F. & Y. V. R. R. h Belle Meade ave 

Rolls George N. li Belle Meade ave 

Rolls Miss Maggie V. h Belle Meade ave 

Rolls Miss Maria L. h Belle Meade ave 

Ross Joseph W. contractor, h S. Davie cor Bragg, S. G. 

ROSS JL. E. livery, feed and sale stable, a full line of Columbus 

and Cincinnati buggies, and mfr of fine buggy harness, h 

Spring opp depot. (See adv) 
Rowe Walter W. (Robertson & Rowe) h W. Market 
BOYSTEB GEORGE it. dry goods, Benbow House, h 

Church. (See adv) 

G\. HI_ ROYSTBE;' 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Dry (ids, Boots, Slices, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Cent's Furnishing 

GOODS, &c. ALL GOODS SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Salmon William C. inventor and patentee steam cooker, h Dan- 
ville rd 

Sampson Miss Ada C. h Asheboro, S. G. 

SAMPSOJf REV. CORNELIUS, col, pastor A. M. E. 
Church, h r Church, Gilmer 

Sampson Miss Hattie E. artist, h Asheboro, S. G. 

Sampson John h Asheboro, S. G. 

Saunders Charles, waiter, Benbow House 

SCALES GOV. AliFREl> M. Governor North* Carolina, 
Raleigh, h W. Market, cor Edgeworth 

Scales Miss Annie B. h E. Washington nr Forbes 

Scales Mrs. Effie A. wid Col. J. I. h E. Washington nr Forbes 

Scales Miss Kate, li W. Market cor Edgeworth 

Scales Miss Mary, li Spring nr W. Market 

Scales William, col, clerk, h E. Market nr Sycamore 

Scarborough Samuel W. groceries, etc., W. Market bey Greene, 
h r G. F. College 

SCHENCK JUDGE »AVI!>, lawyer, Edgeworth nr Belle 
Meade av 

Schenck Miss Rebecca, h Edgeworth nr Belle Meade av 

Schenck Weldon E. (Lindsay & Schenck), h Edgeworth 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G* NEW COMB '» Odell Building. 



SAMPLE S. BROWUT carries the largest stock of 
Ladies 9 , Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

76 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Schmitt Miss Laura, h E. Washington 

Schmitt Prof. Nicholas, music teacher, h E. Washington nr R. R. 

Schoolheld Joseph W. h Church bey Lindsay 

Schultz Cornelius A. jail guard, h E. Market nr Sycamore 

Scott & Caldwell (L. Scott and W. Caldwell), lawyers, Court 

House Square 
SCOTT CL1KENCE, painter, h Mebane 
Scott David, lab, h Gaston nr Davie 
Scott David N. printer, h Gaston nr Davie 
Scott Francis W. tailor, h Mebane nr Davie 
Scott Francis W. jr. R. R. tank pumper, h Mebane nr Davie 
Scott Hugh L. leaf tobacco dealer, h W. Market cor Eugene 
Scott Mrs. H. M. fancy goods, W. Market 
Scott Jack, col, shoemaker, h Harperville 
Scott John P. clerk F. Fishblate, h Forbes 
StOTrjOHl W. (J. W. Scott & Co.), h Lindsay 
Scott John W. col, gas maker, h E. Market bey limits 
Scott Miss Julia, col, school teacher, h Warnersville, S. G. 
SCOTT J. W. «& CO. wholesale dry goods and notions, and 

wholesale and retail groceries and provisions, cor S. Elm 

and Washington. 
Scott Levi M. lawyer, h Asheboro nr Davie, S. G. 
Scott Miss Mamie H. h Gaston nr Davie 
Scott Thomas J. wagon maker, h Vance, S. G. 
Scott William, clerk, h Belle Meade av 

SCOTT WIEEIAMjA. manager N, W.picAdoo, bds Plant- 
ers' Hotel 
Scott William C. painter, h Mebane nr Davie 
Scott Zach T. carpenter, h Mebane nr R. R. 
Selden Mrs. Elizabeth M. wid, h Church nr N. Elm 
Selles John, col, h bey Lindsay nr R. R. [Davie 

Sergeant Benjamin E. Sergeant Mfg. Co., h E. Washington nr 
Sergeant Miss Ella F. h E. Washington nr Davie 
Sergeant George S. (Sergeant Mfg. Co.), h S. Davie, S. G. 
Sergeant Joseph E. bookkeeper, h E. Washington nr Davie 
Sergeant Mfg. Co. (B. E., G. S. and W. T. Sergeant), foundry 

and machinery, junc. N. C. & R. & D. R. R. [G. 

Sergeant William T. (Sergeant Mfg. Co.l, h Factory nr R. R., S. 
SETTEE DAVID, U. S. Marshal, W. Market, bds Benbow 

House 
Settle Douglass, student, h Asheboro cor Lee, S. G. 
SETTEE JUOOE THOJIAS, SR. U. S. Judge Northern 

Dist. of Florida, h Asheboro cor Lee, S. G. 
Shaw Miss Eliza, h Asheboro, S. G. 
Shaw Isham, col, night watch, h Gilmer 
Shaw John, foundry, h Asheboro, S. G. 

Sure Cure for Tag yrP| I |M|MCK|T Sure Cure for 
Jtheumatism. I All IIlLL LlllllflLll I Catarrh. 



The Place to Buy Sewing Machines is at W. H. 
WAKEFIELD «& CO., So. EIui St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 77 

Shaw John H. clerk, h Asheboro, S. G. 
Shaw J. Henry, salesman J. W. Scott & Co. 
Shelton Thomas S. grocery, h Asheboro nr Gorrell, S. G. 
Sherwood Miss Annie N. h Gaston nr Edgeworth 
SHERWOOD BAWIEi. E. groceries and country pro- 
duce, Davie nr Market Square, bcls Davie. (See adv) 



D„ E, SIBIWOOD, 

XDZEAl^EIIR, I3NT 

Choies Family Groceries and Provisions, Fist, 

Salt, Bacon, Hams, Flonr, Feed, Oils, and Canned Goods, Confect- 
ionery, Cigars, SniifTand Tobacco. Poultry, Game and 
Vegetables in their Seasons. 

$W~ All kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods and the highest market prices 
guaranteed. 



»„>. s , L »«,,o„ y ™. : , GREENSBORO, N. C. 



and Davie corner Washington, 



Sherwood Mrs. Maria L. wid M. S. h Gaston nr Edgeworth 
Sherwood Miss Mary L. h Gaston nr Edeworth 
Sherwood Michael S. asst. teller, h Gaston nr Edgeworth 
Sherwood M. S. clerk Nat. Bank of Greensboro, h Gaston [worth 
Sherwood Thomas D. commission merchant, h Gaston nr Edge- 
SHOBER CHARLES E. manager F. E. Shober & Co. h 

Greene cor Sycamore 
SHOBER F. E, (F. E. Shober & Co.), h Salisbury 
SHOBER F. E. «& CO. North Carolina Handle Co, Ash,SG. 
Shober Miss Mary G. h Greene nr Sj^camore 
Short Alonzo M. policeman, h S. Elm cor Greene 
Short Miss Emma, col, nurse, h Percy 
Short Martin A. policeman, h cor W. Market and Greene 
Short Napoleon, col, lab. h Percy 
Sikes Miss Fannie P. h W. Market nr Elm 

Siddons James, carpenter, h Greene bey Clay [adv 

SIKES WIULIS, boarding house, W. Market nr Elm. (See 
Siler George W. moulder, li Central Hotel 
Siler John M. carpenter, h Central Hotel 

WILLIS SIKES, Proprietor. 

First-class accommodation for boarders, by the day or week at reason- 
able prices. 

West Market Street, nearly opposite Court House. 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. JSIEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. ( 



Buy your Carpets, Bugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Curtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

78 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Siler Mrs. Mary D. h Central Hotel, S. Elm 

Siler N. J. jeweler, bds W. Market 

SIMMONS JACOB, col, clerk, h Sycamore nr Davie 

Simpson J. Euffin, clerk, h Sycamore nr S. Elm 

Simpson Samuel, col, porter N. W. McAdoo, h rear do 

Sing Kwong, laundry, Davie 

SOTGER MFG. CO. (The), C. E. Holton, manager, Benbow 

House block 
Singleton Jeff, col, painter, li Lindsay 

Slade Alfred M. col, lab [S. G. 

Slate William C. conductor F. S. E. B. h Gorrell bey Asheboro, 
SLOAN ROBERT M. manager Southern Express Co. h W. 

Market 
Sloan William, col, barber, r City Market, h E. Market 
Sloan Wilson, col, fireman, h Warnersville, S. G. 
Sloane Thomas J. book agent, h N. Elm cor Church 
Small Edward A. salesman China Hall, h c S. Elm and New 
Smith Alonzo D. clerk, h Walker av 
Smith Mrs. Amelia, wid, h E. Market nr Davie 
Smith Miss Annie G. h Walker av 

Smith B. Edgar, ^bookkeeper, h S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 
Smith David H. h Gorrell bey Asheboro, S. G. 
SMITH REV. EGBERT W. co-pastor Presbyterian 

Church, bds Asheboro nr Gorrell, S. G. 
Smith Frank F. harness maker, h Ash nr W. Market 
Smith Frederick F. agricultural implements, farm machinery and 

harness, opp Benbow House, S. Elm 
Smith George, col, lab, h Sycamore nr E. Market 
SMITH GEORGE A. (B. A. Fleming & Co.), h outside limits 
Smith George E. lab, h E. Market nr B. B. 
SMITH G. A. (W. E. Bevill & Co.), Farmers' Warehouse, h 

Baltimore 
SMITH REV. G. F. pastor C. M. E. Church, h S. Davie nr 

Lee, S. G. 
Smith Henry E., B. & D. B. B. h Walker av 
Smith Herbert L. carpenter, h S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 
Smith John, col, hostler, h Davie [S. G. 

Smith John H. conductor N. C. B. B. h Gorrell bey Asheboro, 
Smith John Y. carpenter, h S. Davie nr Bragg, S. G. 
SMITH »R. J. HE5TRY, pastor Presbyterian Church, h 

Church bey Lindsay 
Smith Mrs. Louise A. h Greene cor Sycamore 
Smith Mrs. Lucy A. wid Wiley, h E. Washington 
Smith Miss Maggie Y. student, h Church bey Lindsay 
Smith Miss Myra L. h Gorrell bey Asheboro, S. G. 
Smith Bichard, policeman, h Forbes nr Gaston 

Losses Adjusted and Promptly Paid on Insurance placed 
through O. W. CABR & CO. 



Buy your Shoes and p 11/11 I ADMOU II Men's Shoes, Ladies', 
Hats of UBfYlLLAmYlMLLU Misses & Boys' Shoes. 



GKEENSBOEO DIEECTORY. 79 

Smith Richard F. col, butler, h W. Market bey Cedar [do 

Smith Samuel, col, barber and hairdresser, Sycamore nr Davie, h 

Smith Samuel C. school teacher, h Church bey Lindsay 

Smith William, clerk M. K. Callum, h Church 

Smith William A. bookkeeper, h E. Washington 

Smith William, col, lab, h Sycamore nr E. Market [Market 

Smithdeal Luther A. grocer, Smith bldg., W. Market, bds W. 

Smothers Alfred, sexton Epis. Church, h W. Market nr Edge- 
worth 

Snow Mrs. S. D. matron Kent Home 

SOUTHERN" EXPRESS CO. E. M. Sloan, manager, Cau- 
sey block, S. Elm 

SOUTHERN TOBACCO JOURNAL., issued every Sat- 
urday, H. E. Harman, editor and prop. Smith bldg., W. 
Market 

Spears Miss J. M. vocal music, Greensboro Female College 

Spence Mrs. Margaret, wid, h Forbes nr Mebane 

Spencer Nathan L. carpenter, h S. Elm nr Lee, S. G. 

Spoon Mrs. Hannah, h Ash nr McDonald 

Stanfield George, grocer, h Warnersville, S. G. 

Stanfield Solomon, col, h Gilmer 

STANLEY BENJAMIN F. bookkeeper, Star Warehouse, 
bds Davie 

Stanley Mrs. Harriet, manageress, h Davie nr Gaston 

Staples Miss Betty J. h W. Market cor Ash [Market 

Staples John N. lawyer, Associate Counsel, il. & D. R. R. h W. 

Staples Mrs. Margaret D. wid Dr. h W. Market cor Ash 

Staples Miss Sallv, h W. Market cor Ash 

STAR WAREHOUSE, W. R. Land, prop. Davie opp 
Market square. (See adv) 

Starr George J. fruits and confectionery, S. Elm nr Sycamore, h 
W. Market bey Edgeworth 

Steadman Joe, engineer R. & D. R. R. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 

Steed Miss Annie, h S. Davie nr Lee, S. G. 

Steel Lee, col, helper, bds Market square 

Steele Mrs. Mary B. wid Seymour, boarding house, h Davie nr 
Gaston 

Steele Walter B. h Davie nr Gaston 

Steele Rev. W. F. prin. Bennett Seminarv, h do 

STEINER WILL U. bds Planters' Hotel 

Stevens Mrs. Euphemia, wid Wesley, h S. Davie, S. G. 

Stevens Mrs. Lydia H. wid A. H. h Greene nr W. Washington 

STEWART AOA3I, groceries and country produce, E. Mar- 
ket, h do 

Stewart Miss Carrie I. bds Ash cor McDonald 

Stewart Jacob, law student, bds N. Elm cor Gaston 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



All the Novelties in ILadies' I>ress Cioods can be seen 
as soon as out, at §1MPIE S. BROWN'S. 

80 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Stewart Julius M. foreman Van Story's stables, li Gaston 
STEWAIRT I?I€WK©E IL. manager L. F. Boss' stable, li Ash 

cor McDonald 
Stone W. E. tobacconist, bcls McAcloo House 
Stowe William A. book ngent, h Greene cor Sycamore 
Stradforcl Robert, painter, bds Ash cor Sycamore 
Stradford W. painter, bds Ash cor Sycamore 
Strange Robert, asst. engineer C. F. Y. R. R. bds Church 
Stratford Mrs. Jane 0. wid Henry, h Asheboro nr Douglas, S. G. 
Stratford William O. (Wharton & Stratford), h Asheboro 
Strauss Moses, dry goods, shoes, clothing and hats, S. Elm, bds 

Benbow House 
Streyhorn Ben, col, prizer, h Forbes cor Sycamore 
Stroup Miss Mary, h Spring nr W. Market" 
8TVBBIS REV. ALFBE© M. pastor Episcopal Church, 

bds N. Elm cor Church 
Sullivan John, carpenter, h S. E!m bey Bragg, S. G. 
Sumner Will, carpenter, h S. Elm bey Bragg, S. G. 
Swaim Miss Flora A. h Sycamore nr S. Elm 
Swaim Jacob H. country produce, c Davie and E. Market, h do 
Swaim. Henry, col, lab, h E. Washington 
SWAIM JCMHLN" A, groceries and country produce, Davie nr 

Market square, h Sycamore 

Dealer in Choice Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed 

FISH, SALT, SMOKED MEATS AND CANNED GOODS, 

Poultry and Vegetables in their Seasons. Fruit aud Confec- 
tionery. Cigars, Snuff and Tobacco. 

BUTTER, EGGS and ALL KINDS of COUNTRY PRODUCE 

Bought for Cash or taken in Exchange for Goods. 

*£^° Sole Leather by the side or cut to suit purchasers. 
Davie St., wear City Market, GREEISBORO, tf. C. 

Swan Samuel P. agt. for organs, etc., h S. Duvie, S. G. 
Swan William 0. engineer N. C. E. P. h S. Davie, S. G. 
Swift Calvin, col, drayman, Houston Bros, h Warnersville 



Tally O. W. machinist, h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 
Tate Charles S. h Asheboro cor Gorrell, S. G. 
TATE F. A. (Porter k Tate), h Asheboro, S. G. 

Sole Proprs, and 3Ifrs. llf%nn{f%w% Q Emnronn Greensboro, 
Tar HeelL iniment, SlOUSIUIl W tlllGlSOII N. C. 



Stoves and Ranges at W. II. WAKEFIELD «fc CO., 
Mfrs. of the Wakefield Cook, So. Elm St. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



81 



Tate Mrs. George, wid, li Church 

TATE HEtfRY H. farmer, h Belle Meade av c Edge worth 
Tate Miss Louise, h Belle Meade av c Edgeworth 
Tate Miss Mary H. h Belle Meade av cor Edgeworth 
TATE ROBERT W. physician and surgeon, office Asheboro 
cor Gorrell, h do. (See adv) 

PRACTICING PHYSICIAN, 

Residence on corner of Goriell and Ashboro Streets. Office Hours — 8 to 9 a. m. and 2 to 3 P. M. 
in Porter & Tate's Drug Store, Elm Street. 

TATE THOMAS M. law student, h Belle Meade av cor 

Edgeworth 
Tate T. Hunter, with the Weekly Patriot, h Asheboro 
Tatum H. B. (Peters & Tatum), h Greene 
Tatuni Mrs. Martha, wid Benton, h Greene bey Clay 
Tatum Samuel, clerk, bds S. Elm 
Taylor George, col, waiter, h Sycamore nr Davie 
Taylor Miss Lu V. h Sycamore nr S. Elm 
Taylor William H. clerk, bds S. Elm 

•Tennent Mr. local supt. P. Palace Car, bds iJ. Elm cor Gaston 
Terrell George T. bookkeeper, h Gaston cor Greene 
Thacker Caswell, col, carpenter, h Lindsay 
Thacker Mrs. Eddie, wid W. H. h Gaston cor Spring 
Thacker John L. clerk Sample S. Brown, h Davie 
Thacker J. Ernest, student, h Davie cor Gaston 
Thacker Mrs. Mary E. wid John H. h Davie cor Gaston 
THE DAILY HORSING XEWS, issued every day, ex- 
cept Monday, J. S. Hampton, editor and prop. Benbow 
Hall bldg., S. Elm. (See adv) 



NON-PARTISAN 
, — ...... „ii^ii„,.... — 

Twenty columns. 




Four pages. 

Founded May 28, 



Afternoon, 



fj. L. MICHAUX, Editor, 

[J. S. MICHAUX, Local Editor. 



Per Tear, $3.00 ; 6 Mos., $1.50: 3 Mos., 75 cents. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



SAMPEE S. BROWN does the leading Shoe and 
Hat business in Greensboro. 

82 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

THE CENTRAL PROTESTANT, issued every Saturday, 
J. L. Michaux, editor and prop., Benbow Hall bldg., S. 
Elm. (See adv) 

THE BAIEY WORKMAN, issued every day, except Sun- 
day, J. L. Michaux, editor ; J. S. Michaux, Benbow Hall 
bldg., S. Elm. (See adv) 

THE NATIONAL, BANK OF GREENSBORO, Julius 
A. Gray, prest.; Neil Ellington, cashier, S. Elm 

THE GREENSBORO PATRIOT. 

Bright and Newsy ! Wide Awake and Democratic ! 

The Patriot is the largest and most extensively circulated news- 
paper in the Counties of Gkiilford, Rockingham, Pierson, Caswell, Aloin- 
ance, Chatham, Moore, Randolph, Davidson, Forsyth, Stokes and Surry. 
SUBSCRIPTION, - $1.50 A YEAR. 

Z. W. WHITEHEAD, 

Ed. & Propr., Greensboro, N. C. 

THE WEEKLY PATRIOT, issued every Friday morning, 
G. W. Whitehead, editor and prop., Benbow Hall bldg., 
S. Elm [Davie 

THOM J. E. confectionery and bakery, E. Market nr P. O., h 

Thorn Moses A. col, lab 

Thomas Albert, col, lab, h Forbes nr Gas House 

Thomas Capres M. E. h r E. Market bey B. B. 

THOMAS C. FRANK (Thomas, Beece & Co.), h Greene 

Thomas David E. groceries, Davie c Sycamore 

THOMAS FRANK (Thomas, Beece & Co.), h Greene 
bey Clay 

Thomas Miss Isabelle, h Greene bey Clay 

THOMAS JOHN (Thomas, Beece & Co.), h Greene bey Clay 

THOMAS JOHN W. (Thomas, Beece & Co.), h Greene 

Thomas John W. carpenter, h r E. Market bey B. B. 

Thomas Miss Mary F. h Greene bev Clay 

THOMAS, BEECE & CO. (C. Frank Thomas, Joseph M. 
Beece and John W. Thomas), book and job printers, S. 
Elm opp Nat. Bank. (See adv) 

Thomas Bobert, col, painter, h Edgeworth nr Greene 

Thomas William E. shoemaker, li Mebane 

Thomas William H. carpenter, h Greene bey Clay 

Thompson Chas. F. man. N. Y. & Southern Tel. Co. office Mc- 
Adoo House 

Thompson Hilliard A. col, lab 

O. W. CAMS, & CO., General Insurance Agent. 

Accident, Fire, Life, Tornado. 



Dry Goods, Clothing, p lllljl I A PMETI^I R Hats > Ca P s and 

Boots and Shoes. UllwILLnnmnLLU Gents' Furnishings. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTOEY. 83 

Thompson Lemuel, shoemaker, h Asheboro, S. G. 

Thompson Miss Mattie L. h Asheboro, S. G. 

Thompson Joe, col, lab, h r E. E. [S. G. 

Thompson William E. sec. foreman E. & D. E. E. h McCulloch, 

Thornlow S. bartender 

Thornton Frank J. jeweler, h Church 

Thornton Harvey, clerk, h Church 

Thornton John J. jeweler, McAdoo House, S. Elm, h do 

Thornton Miss Kate B. h Church 

Thornlow Samuel W. clerk, bds McAdoo House 

TROGI>©X SAMUEL Iu Dist. Manager of House Library 
Ass'n., S. Elm, bds Planters' Hotel 

Trogdon Willard F. (Mitchell & Trogclon), h W. Market cor 
Paisley al 

Trotter William D. genl. mdse., h Ash nr W. Market 

Trotter William Lee, with W. D. Trotter, h W. Market 

Tucker Miss C. milliner, h E. Market 

Tucker Henry, col, drayman, h Jacksonville, S. G. 

Tucker Henry M. col, porter J. W. Scott & Co. 

Turner Harvey C. printer Greensboro North State, li W. Mar- 
ket nr Ash 

Turner William H. plasterer, h Gaston nr Greene 

Tussie Joseph, col, lab, h Mebane rd, S. G. 

Tyrrell Miss Ella E. wid George, h Ash cor Sycamore 

TJ 

Unthank Harmon, col, carpenter, h Warnersville, S. G. [G. 

Unthank Jasper, col, groceries and provisions, h Warnersville, S. 

V 

VAUTCE CHARLES tf. private secretary, h W. Market bey 

Cedar 
Vann John E. law student, bds N. Elm cor Gaston 
Vanstory Cornelius M. clerk F. Fishblate, h E. Market * 
TAN STORY C. P. livery and sale stable, S. Davie, h E. 

Market nr Davie. (See adv) 
Vanstory Eobert, col, h Mebane 

Vaughn Lum, engineer N. C. E. E. bds S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Vaughn W T iley, baggage master, N. C. E. E. h E. Washington 
Vernon Archer T. baggage agt. E. & D. E. E. h McDonald nr 

Ash 
TERtfOJT C II AS. O. prop. McAdoo House, S. Elm 

Old Jamaica Mum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C. 




Every suit and garment sold at SAMPLE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 

84 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

C. P. VANSTORY, 

Livery Sale and Exchange Stables, 




•*fl81$E3, BUGGIES Tip C#fTO6Eg-J* 

FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Fine Carriages and Teams for Parties, "Weddings and Funerals at short 
notice. ^"Tne sale of extra fine single horses and teams a specialty. 
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. 

Davie Street, - - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Vernon George W. train dispatcher E. & D. E. E. h Lee nr 
Asheboro, S. G. 

Vernon Eobert L. freight and ticket agt. E. & D. E. E. h Ashe- 
boro, S. G. 

VEBKOX W. J. steward, McAdoo House 

Vincent William, lab, h E. Market nr Sycamore 

Von Gol Calvin, col, blacksmith, Greene, h Gilmer 

w 

Waggoman Eobert E. machinist, h Edgeworth 

Wakefield Miss Annie H. sales lady, G. Will Armfield, h Ash 

WAKEFIELD GEORGE (W. H. Wakefield & Co.), opp 

Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
WAKEFIELD HENRY, SR. (W. H. Wakefield & Co.), h 

Friendship, Guilford Co. 
WAKEFIELD HESTRY, JR. (W. H. Wakefield & Co.)/h 

E. Washington 
WAKEFIELD JOHN (W. H. Wakefield & Co.), h Asheboro 
WAKEFIELD WM. H. ( W. H. Wakefield & Co.), h Asheboro 

For Kidney T A R UECI I IMIMPMT ITNE VER 

Complaint use I Hll IBLLL LlllllllL.Il I FAILS. 



All kinds of Hardware, Paints, Oil and Tarnishes 
at W. H. WAKEFIELD «fc CO., So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 85 

WAKEFIELD W. M. «fc CO. hardware, stoves, paints and 
oils, sewing machines and house furnishing goods, opp 
Benbow Hall, S. Elm. (See top lines) 

Waldon Mr. h Gaston nr Greene 

Walker Miss Ellen, bookkeeper The Singer Mfg. Co. bds S. Elm 

Walker John, col, waiter, h N. Elm 

Walker Lizzie, col, h Davie 

Walker Stephen, col, brakeman, h Percy 

WALKER REV. W. T. prop. North Carolina Pro. E. Mar- 
ket cor S. Davie 

Walser Miss Anna, student, h Lee nr Bragg, S. G. 

Ware Tom, col, lab, h E. Washington 

WARMER JAMES S. asst. editor Morning News, h S. Elm 

Warner Joseph G. machinist, h Belle Meade av 

Warner J. S. printer, bds McDonald House 

Watkins Miss Judith B. h end Sycamore 

Watlington Mrs. E. C. wid W. H. boarding house, S. Elm nr E. E. 

Watson Henry, col, mason, h r E. E. 

Watson John, col, lab, h r City Market 

Watts John, carpenter, h Spring bey limits, S. G. 

Way John, painter, bds Ash cor Sycamore 

Weatherly Miss Alice (Cheek & Weatherly), bds Asheboro, S. G. 

Weatherly Andrew (Irvin & Weatherly), h Asheboro nr Gorrell, 
S. G. 

Weatherly Mrs. Nannie C. with Mrs. C. C. Gorrell & Co. h W. 
Market 

Weatherly William J. policeman, h N. Davie cor Gaston 

Weaver Preston, harness maker, li N. Davie cor Gaston 

Weaver Eufus, printer, Thomas, Eeece & Co. h Greene 

Webster Archibald M. Bible agt. h Central Hotel 

Webster Bartlett, clerk Odell Hardware Co. bds N. Elm 

Webster William A. handle maker, h Central Hotel 

Welker William, grinder, h E. Market nr E. E. 

Wells Hayward W., col, barber Benbow House, h Forbes 

West James H. groceries, &c. S. Elm, h Cedar nr Gaston 

WESTERN UXIOUT TELEGRAPH, office S. Elm opp 
National Bank, S. A. Howard manager 

Wharton Andrew F. col, lab, h Gilmer [boro, S. G. 

Wharton Edward P. (Wharton, Hunt & Co.) h Bragg nr Ashe- 
Wharton Miss Emma J. h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 

Wharton Frank, col, lab, h Percy 

Wharton Gaston, col, blacksmith, h E. Market nr Sycamore 

Wharton Henry W. h Danville rd nr limits 

Wharton, Hunt & Co. (E. P. Wharton, W. M. Hunt, and J. C. 
Wharton), lumber, paints, oils, and varnishes, builders' 
hardware, and saw-mill, Ash nr E. E., S. G. 

Budtveis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro,' N» C. 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

86 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Wharton Jesse B. county supt. public schools, h Danville rd nr 

limits 
Wharton John C. (Wharton, Hunt & Co.) h Bragg nr Asheboro, 

8. G. 
Wharton John F. col, lab, E. & D. E. E. depot [head 

Wharton John W. (Wharton & Stratford), h Sycamore nr Moore- 
Wharton Miss Lizzie E. h Bragg nr Asheboro, S. G. 
Wharton & Stratford, (John W. Wharton and William O. Strat- 
ford), farm implements, builders' material, fertilizers, metal 
roofers, tobacco flues a specialty, Wharton Block, S. Elm 
Wheeler Charles C. carpenter, h E. Market nr Sycamore 
WHEELER EBWARB 15. asst. sheriff, h N. Elm c Gaston 
Wheeler James B. carpenter, h E. Market nr Sycamore 
WHEELER OLIVER €. county sheriff, office at court 

house, h cor N. Elm and Gaston 
Wheeler Mrs. Phebe, wid h S. Elm bey Bragg, S. G. 
Whitaker Forrest W. law student, h Greene bey Clay 
White Miss Annie, h S. Elm bey. Bragg, S. G. 
White Augustus B. asst. baggage agt E. & D. E. E. h Asheboro 
White Charles A. printer, h E. Market cor S. Davie 
White D. H. carpenter, bds. S. Elm cor Washington 
White Edward, salesman, bds N. Elm cor Gaston 
White Isaac W. (clerk Houston Bros.) h Church 
White Jonathan D. ex-postmaster, h Lindsay nr E. E. 
White Lindsey C. night watch, E. & D. depot 
White Eobert, photographer, h Lindsay nr E. E. 
White Thomas B. student, h Lindsay nr E. E. 
White Walter S. foreman The Daily Workman, h W. Market 
Whitehead Miss Lulu, h Asheboro nr Gorrell, S. G. 
WHITEHEAD ZOLLICOFFER W. editor and prop. 

The Weekly Patriot, h Asheboro. (See adv) 
Whites Abram, col, mason, h Percy 
Whites Ephraim, col, mason, h Gilmer 
Whites Henry, col, mason, h Gilmer 
Whites John, col, school teacher, h Lindsay 
Whites Moses, col, h rear E. Market bey. E. E. 
Whitfield Henry, col, (porter Houston Bros.) h Warnersville 
Whitfield Oscar, waiter, h Mebane [house, bds W. Market 

WMITT JOUI H. (W. E. Bevill & Co.) Farmers' Ware- 
Whittington Charles, jeweler, W. Market, h S. Elm nr E. E. 
Whittington Mrs. Lou, wid Alphonzo, h S. Elm nr E. E. 
Whittington Miss Lulu, h S. Elm nr E. E. [boro nr Lee, S. G. 
Whittington Monroe A. messenger Southern Express, h Ashe- 
Whittington Eobert C. clerk, h S. Elm nr E. E. 
WHITTOGTOl WILLIAM F. cabinetmaker and general 
repairing, Market Sq. h Sycamore nr Market. (See adv) 

Cotton and Woolen Hills, Tobacco Factories, Wood WorJcers, 
Quartz Mills a Specialty with O. W. CAMB S CO, 



Large assortment of ft IAIH A DM CI CI T\ win ^ ow Furnishings, 
Carpets and Oil-cloths. Ul WILL A It 1VI 9" I C L U Table linen, Towels, «fec 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 87 

W. F. WHITTINGTON, 
Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer and General Repairer 

Jobbing of every description a Specialty. 

MARKET SQUARE, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Widup Miss Rebecca, b S. Elm cor W. Washington 

Wieant R. E. carpenter, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

Wiley Miss Mollie E. dress maker, h S. Davie bey limits, S. G. 

Wiley Samuel, col, barber and hair dresser, S. Elm, bds War- 

nersville 
Wiley Thomas W. carpenter, h S. Davie bey limits, S. G. 
Williams Miss Eva, h W. Market bey Edgeworth 
Williams Henry J. grocer and general merchandise, Benbow 

Hall block, S. Elm, h W. Market 
Williams Jacob, col, lab, h Edgeworth nr Greene 
Williams James N. col, groceries and provisions, Warnersville, 

S. G., h do 
Williams John, col, lab, h Warnersville, S. G. 
Williams Marshal McD. (McDermott & Williams), h Greene nr 

Sycamore 
Williams Miss Mary F. h W. Market nr Cedar 
Williams Mrs. Nancy, wid George, h Bragg nr S. Davie, S. G. 
WILLIAHIS RALPH O. prop. Banner Warehouse, W. 

Market, h do 
WILLIAMS RALPH ». «& CO. Banner Warehouse, W. 

Market. (See adv) 
WILLIAMS RALPH P. bookkeeper Banner Warehouse, h 

W. Market 
WILLIAMS ROBERT W. floor manager Banner Ware- 
house, h W. Market 
Williams Seymour, clerk 

Williams Miss Susie E. h W. Market bey Edgeworth 
WILLIAMS REV. WILLIE, col, P. E. of Zion M. E. 

Church, h Gilmer [G. 

Williams Zachariah, col, helper R. & D. R. R. h Warnersville, S. 
Willis Mrs. S. S. wid Samuel S. h S. Elm nr R. R. 
Willis Thomas T. night watchman, h S. Elm nr R. R. 
Wills Norman, clerk Odell Hardware Co. h Asheboro, S. G. 
Wilson Burrough, col, gardener, h Gaston nr N. Elm 
Wilson George G. lawyer, h W. Market bey limits 
Wilson Miss H. M. man. Mrs. H. M. Scott's, bds W. Market 
Wilson John N. tob. buyer, h W. Market bey limits 
Wilson Miss Martha D. sales lady, h W. Market 
WILSON REV. tfATHAlT H. O. JR., P. Elder of Raleigh 

Dist. M. E. Church, h W. Market bey limits 

Every tiling good to drinU at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Greensboro, N, C, 



SAMPIiE S. BROWN'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

88 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Wilson Nathan H. D. jr. Theological student, h W. Market bey 

limits 
Wilson P. L. com. dealer, Davie nr Sycamore, bds S. Elm 
Wilson Samuel D. clerk, h W. Market 
Wilson Mrs. S. D. wid, h 10£ W. Market 
Wilson William, col, lab, h Gilmer 
Winfree John W. manager J. L. Xing & Co. h W. Washington cor 

Eugene 
Winsted James M. h W. Market cor Paisley al 
Wolf Miss Alice, h Forbes 
Wolf John, clerk, h Forbes 

Wolf John M. contractor and builder, Forbes, h do 
Wolf Miss May, h Forbes 

Woodburn Lucius L. bookkeeper, h Belle Meade ave 
WOODROFFE CJEORCJE, carpenter, h Walker ave 
Woodroffe Miss Fannie, h Walker av 
Woodroffe Miss Mary A. h Walker av 
WOODROFFE THOMAS, steam saw and planing mill, 

Walker av, h do. (See adv) 



MANUFACTURER OF 

MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, FRAMES, 

MANTELS, AND DRESSED LUMBER, 

And Dealer in Framing Lumber and other Building Material. 

Agent for Globe Standard Iron Roofing. 

WALKER AVE., - - - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

WOODROFFE WILLIAM. A. carpenter, h Walker ave 

Woods Henry, col, driver, h E. Washington 

Woods James, col, carpenter, h Jacksonville, S. G. 

WOODS L. W. shaving, shampooing, and hair-cutting par- 
lors, neatest work, lowest prices, three first-class barbers 
in attendance, satisfaction guaranteed, under Benbow 
House, h Mebane 

Woodson P. L. poultry dealer, bds S. Elm cor Washington 

Wooters Emery P. machinist, h E. Washington nr E. E. 

Wooters John T. carpenter, h Asheboro nr Douglas, S. G. 

Wooton Charles S. conductor B. & D. B. E. h E. Market cor 
Lyndon 

Wooten Elbert A. carpenter, h S. Elm bey. Bragg, S. G. 

Wright Mrs. Annette L., wid C. G. h N. Elm cor Clay 

Sure Cure for T 1 n II T T I I I M I M £ M T Sites or Poison- 
Poison Oak, I fill IILLL LmllYlLll I ous Stings. 



*• The best thing on wheels " is the Champion Farm 
Wagon for sale by W. H. Wakefield «& Co., S. Elm. 

GKEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 89 

Wright Clement G. law student, h N. Elm cor Clay 

Wright David, engineer C. F. & Y. Y. E. E. rear C. F. & Y. V. 
E. E. office 

Wright Jabez W. grocer, E. Market nr Davie, h Jamestown 

Wright Jesse, col, baggage agt E. & D. E. E. h Forbes nr Syca- 
more [Bragg, S. G 

Wright J, Eeuben, baggage-master N. C. C. E. E. h S. Davie nr 

Wright Louis, col, waiter, Benbow House 

Wright Nathaniel, col, lab, h rear City Market 



YAXCJEY DEJTSriS B. col, groceries, fresh meat, poultry, and 
vegetables, stall No. 3 Market House, 2d store opp Star 
Ware-house, bds Warnersville. (See adv) 



W« Be ¥AW©!¥ 




4 



Vegetables, etc., also Family Groceries, Country Produce, 
Notions, etc. All goods delivered free of charge. 

Stall No. 3, Market House, rDCCMCUnUn AT P 

And 2d Store opp. Star Warehouse, lj I\E, Ci\ ODUiyU, IN. L. 



Yates Bros. C. D. & P. P. com. brokers and real estate, S. Elm 
Yates Charles D. (Yates Bros.) h Church bey. Lindsay 
Yates Mrs. C. G. wid Charles G. h Church bey. Lindsay 
Yates George B. prop Yates Dray Line, office Yates Bros.' store, 

h Church nr Lindsay 
Yates James H. bartender, h Gaston cor Greene 
Yates James F. tinware, S. Elm, h Church nr N. Elm 
Yates Miss Maggie M. h Church bey. Lindsay 
Yates Peter P. (Yates Bros.) h Church bey. Lindsay 
Yates William, col, tinner, h Lindsay nr Percy 
Yerby A. Harvey, baggage-master N. C. E. E. h Gorrell bey. 

Asheboro, S. G. 
Young Joseph, col, lab, h Greene nr Gaston 



Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



SAMPLE S. BROWN, 

«MIiBOEO f If* 0« 



Very few people who live within a hundred miles of Greensboro need 
to be told that SAMPLE BROWN does the leading Dry Goods, Cloth- 
ing, Notion, Shoe and Hat business in this section of North Carolina. 
It is a generally accepted fact that for nice goods in any of the above 
lines, at the Lowest Possible Prices, 



Is the right place. We carry a line of 

Clotting, Shoes, Hats and loafs Furnishing kb 

That cannot be excelled in the State, and it is the first article in our creed 

not to be undersold by Jew or Gentile, black or white, far or near. A 

simple look at our goods and prices convinces customers that 

THESE ARE FACTS. No other house in Greensboro even 

pretends to show such a line of 

LADIES' FINE DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS 

As we keep in stock all the year round. 



We carry nearly as many SHOES AND BOOTS as any other 

two houses in the City, and claim especially LOW 

PRICKS in this line. 



We have lately added a Magnificent Stock of 
OIL CLOTHS, CURTAINS AND CURTAIN GOODS. 



Our business is built on the solid foundation of RELIABLE GOODS 
AT LOW PRICES, and we guarantee every article sold to be as repre- 
sented or money refunded. Prompt and polite attention extended to all 
who favor us with a call. Orders from a distance solicited and carefully 
filled. Respectfully, 



SAMPLE S. BROWN. 



Ready-made Clothing A Will I ApMfirin Best Goods, 

Latest styles, Ua WILL A II lYl T I EL L U At the Lowest Prices. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 91 

Greensboro City 
Business Directory. 



AGRICULTUEAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Hagan A. & Son, cor Washington and Davie 
HARRIS & FLIiPPESf, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
JfEWKLL MYROS G. Asheboro cor Bragg, S. G. (See adv) 
ODEI,L HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 
Smith F. F. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm [See top lines) 

WAKEFIELD W. H. <& CO. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm. 
Wharton & Stratford, Wharton Block, S. Elm 

ARTISTS. 

ALDERMA1 S. J. opp post office, S. Elm. (See page 28) 
PROCE I>. O. W. Market. (See page 4) 
Sampson Miss Hattie E. Asheboro, S.. G. 

BAKERIES. 

THOJI J. E. E. Market nr P. O. 
West James H., S. Elm 

BANK. 

THE NATIONAL BANK OF GREENSBORO, capital 
$100,000, J. A. Gray president, Neil Ellington cashier, opp 
Benbuw House, S. Elm 

BARB WIRE. 

WAKEFIELD W. H. & CO. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm. 
(See top lines) 

BARBERS AND HAIRDRESSERS. 

Emerson John W. col, S. Elm south of Sycamore 

HAWKINS JOHN M. col, S. Elm 

HICKS CHARLES H. col, S. Elm. (See adv) 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G. NEW COMB, Odell Building, 



SAMPLE S. BROWN carries tlic largest stock of 
Ladies 9 , Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

92 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Payne & Graham, col, S. Elm 

Sloan & Johnson, S. Elm 

Sloan William, col, rear City Market 

Smith Samuel, col, Sycamore nr Davie 

Wiley Samuel, col, S. Elm 

WOODS L. W. col, Benbow House Block 

BELTING— Wholesale. 

ODELL HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 

BILLIAED AND POOL PABLOKS. 

FIELD & JENKINS, cor W. Market and S. Elm. (See adv) 
MAJilILL JOHN W. S. Elm opp P. 0. (See adv) 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Brown Michael, Sycamore rear Market House. 

CAMPBELL JACOB, col, Davie nr Eailroad 

CARL DANIEL W. Sycamore 

Glaspie Newton, col, Warnersville rd nr limits, S. G. 

LEWIS J. C. S. Elm, S. G. 

McAdoo John W. col, Sycamore, nr Davie 

MORE JOHN, col, Warnersville, S. G. 

Vol Gol Calvin, col, Greene 

BOABDING HOUSES. 

Bowles Mrs. D. A., S. Elm 

BROWN MRS. NANCY A. Gaston nr N. Elm 

COLE MRS. JAMES II. S. Davie nr Sycamore 

CRUMP MRS. M. C. Ash cor Sycamore 

Dilworth Arrington, W. Market cor Greene 

Dixon Mrs. Mary C, N. Elm nr Gaston 

Hardin Mrs. Susan A. Ash cor Sycamore 

McDonald House, Mrs. J. W. Kernodle, McDonald nr S. Elm 

MOORE MRS. R. R. S. Elm cor Washington 

Bankin Mrs. Callie C, W. Market bey Greene 

SIKES WILLIS, W. Market nr N. Elm. (See adv) 

Steele Mrs. Mary B. Davie nr Gaston 

Watlington Mrs. E. C. wid, S. Elm nr B. B. 

BOABDING HOUSES— Colored. 

BAILEY MRS. LETITIA E. Davie nr B. B. 

BLACK MRS. JANE, wid, r City Market 

Sure Cure for J fl p y s- r j I I M [ M T M T Sure Cure for 
Rheumatism. \ All MLLL LUIHYIlIi I Catarrh. 



The Place to Buy Sewing Machines is at W. H. 
WAKEFIELD «& CO., So. Elm St. 

GEEENSBOBO DIRECTOBY. 93 

Bullock S. B., S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Howell Drary, S. Elm 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

DIKE BOOK CO. Benbow House blk. opp Nat Bank. (See 

page 41) 
HOWARD MBS. MARGARET E. Benbow House, first 

door S of office. (See adv ) 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

ARMFIELB G. WILL, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 

top lines) 
BARKER JOHI, W. Market. (See adv) 
BLACKBURI W. J. cor Elm and E. Market. (See adv) 
Bovd R. F. & Co. S. Elm 
BROM SAMPLE S. Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 

top lines) 
Eckel Alexander P., E. Market 

FLEMING R. A. «fc CO. E. Market. (See adv) 
Farrior H. & Co. (wholesale and retail), S. Elm nr Sycamore 
Johnson & Dorsett, S. Elm 

Me ABO O MRS. NANNIE W. cor E. Market and Davie 
Murray William R., S. Elm 
Pretzfelder C. & M. S. Elm 

ROYSTER GEO. M. Benbow House block 
Strauss Moses, S. Elm 
Trotter William D., E. Market nr P. 0. 
Scott Mrs. H. M., W. Market 

BOTTLER. 
Jessup W. S. McDonald 

BUILDERS' MATERIAL. 

BROOKS «& LOVE, Ash, S. G. 

OBELL HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 

WAKEFIELD W. H. «& CO. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm. 

(See top lines) 
Wharton, Hunt & Co. Ashnr R. R., S. G. 
Wharton & Stratford, Wharton block, S. Elm 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Pritchett John A. Asheboro nr Bragg, S. G. 
WHITTINGTON WM. F. Market Square. (See adv) 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. REWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Bny your Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Cairtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

94 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

CAEPENTEKS AND BUILDEES. 

Jackson George W., S. Davie 
Jackson Joseph, Raleigh rd 
Jarrell John F., McCulloch, S. G. 
Pugh Frank P., h McCulloch, S. G. 
Wolf John M., Forbes 
Woodroffer Thomas, Walker av 

CAEPETS AND OILCLOTHS. 

ARMFIELO «, WILL, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 
top lines) [lines 

BROW3T SAMPLE S. Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See top 
Pretzfelder C. & M., S. Elm 

CAEEIAGE AND WAGON MFES. 

Hagan A. & Son (dealers), cor Washington and Davie 
HOUSTON LEYI (dealer), Houston's Block and Field & 

Causey Block, S. Elm. (See adv page 6) 
LE0FORD GEORGE (mfr.), Sycamore opp City Market. 

(See adv) 
LEWIS J. dc C, S. Elm, S. G. 
ROSS L. F. (dealer), opp Depot. (See page 2) 

CAEEIAGE MFES. MATEEIAL. 
HARRIS «& FLIPPED, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

CIGAE MANUFACTUEEES. 
HILL J. I£. «& CO. cor S. Elm and Washington 

CLOTHIEES. 

ARMFIELD G. WILL, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 
top lines) [lines 

BROWN SAMPLE S., Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See top 
Fishblate F.. Commercial Eow, S. Elm 
Pretzfelder C. & M., S.Elm 

ROYSTER GEORGE M., Benbow House Block 
Strauss Moses, S. Elm 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Peters & Tatum, opp Boss' stable 



Losses Adjusted and Promptly Paid on Insurance placed 
through O. W. CABB & CO. 



Buy your Shoes and ft IS/Ij ADMCICI R Men ' s Snoe9 > Ladies', 
Hats of Ua WILL AlflVlllLLU Misses' & Boys' Shoes. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 95 



CONFECTIONERY AND FBUXTS. 

BEARD BROTHERS, Wharton Block, S. Elm. (See adv 
page 4) 

Brockman A. J., S. Elm 

BROWN ALEXANDER, col, r Citv Market 

Caldcleugh E. M. & Bro. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

Callum Mason K. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

DONNELL J. «& BRO. Davie cor E. Market. (See adv) 

DUDLEY AIDREW H. S. Elm c McDonald 

FLEMING R. A. «& CO. E. Market. (See adv) 

HOB-GIN J. F. S. Elm, S. G. (See adv) 

HOLLAND PHILIP P. «fc CO. col, 3 Market Square. 
(See adv) 

Irvine & Weatherley, W. Market 

JONES JACOB", col, Davie and Market Square. (See adv) 

KIRIOIAN ALBERT L. S. Elm 

McKNIGHT «fc ALBRIGHT, E. Market. (See adv) 

MENDENH ALL «& GALLOWAY, col, cor Davie and Syc- 
amore. (See adv) 

Mitchell & Trogdon, 6 W. Market 

NEWELL MYRON G. Asheboro cor Bragg, S. G. (See adv) 

Pitts A. L., S. Elm 

PUGH JOHN W. Church nr Davie 

Starr George J., S. Elm nr Sycamore 

STEWART ADAM, E. Market 

THOM J. E., E. Market 

YANCEY D. B. col, Market Square. (See adv) 

COUNTEY PRODUCE DEALERS. 

B1RHER JOHN, W. Market. (See adv) 

BROWN ALEXANDER, col, r City Market. 

DONNE LL JAMES «& BRO., Davie cor E. Market. (See 

adv) 
HODGIN J. F. S. Elm, S. G. (See adv) 
HOLLAND PHILIP P. «& CO., col, 3 Market square. 

(See adv) 
HOUSTON BROS.,C. M. Kerr, manager, Davie 
HUGHES JAMES R. 5 City Market. (See page 3) 
Hutton William P., Davie 

JONES JACOB, col, Davie, Market square. (See adv) 
JEFFREYS JOHN R., S. Elm. (See adv) 
KELLY JOHN A. col, 6 Market House. (See adv) 
KIRKMAN ALBERT L. S. Elm 

Mcknight & Albright, e. Market. (See adv) 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S 
Odell Building. 



All the Novelties in Ladies' Dress Goods can be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

96 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTOBY. 

ME^DEXHALL «& GALLOWAY, col, cor Davie and 

Sycamore. (See aclv) 
MOORE W. S.. E. Market cor Davie. (See adv) 
NEWELL MYRON G., Aslieboro cor Bragg, S. G. (See adv) 
Pitts A. L., S. Elm 

PUGH JOHN W., Church nr Davie 

SHERWOOD DANIEL E. Davie nr Market Sq. (See adv) 
STEWART ADAM, E. Market 
Swain Jacob H. cor Davie and E. Market 
SWAIN JOHN A. Davie nr Market Square. (See adv) 
Wilson P. L. Davie nr Sycamore 
YANCEY D. B. col, Market Square. (See adv) 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

(See also Grocers.) 

Caldcleugh E. M. & Bro. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

Chichester William T. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

China Hall, E. Ellis prop, S. Elm 

Eckel Alexander P., E. Market 

HOUSTON RROS. S. Elm 

SCOTT J. W. <& CO. S. Elm cor Washington 

Williams Henry J., Benbow Hall Block 

DENTAL DEPOT. 

Lindsay & Schenck, S. Elm opp P. 0. 
DENTISTS. 

GRIFFITH DR. J. W. S. Elm. (See adv) 
Robertson & Rowe, cor Elm and E. Market 

DRAYMAN. 
HARABLE JOHN H. col, E. Market. (See adv) 

DRUGGISTS AND SEEDSMEN. 

Callum Bros. & Co. S. Elm (See page 2) 

HUNTER «fc MICHAUX, McAdoo Hotel Block, S. Elm. 
Lindsay & Schenck, S. Elm opp P. 0. 
PORTER «& TATE, S. Elm. (See adv) 

DRY GOODS. 

ARMFIELD G. WILL, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 
top lines) 

s ^Z^^t: Houston & Emerson "ir 



The leading Dry Goods A llfll H AHMriri II Latest styles in Ladies' 
and Clothing House. Jj B V¥ B LL AnIYIrltlLU dress goods & notions. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 97 

BARKER JOHN, W. Market. (See adv) 

Bogart William B., W. Market nr Greene [lines 

RROWN SAMPLE S. Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See top 

Johnson & Dorsett, S. Elm 

Keeling John L., S. Elm 

McABOO MRS. NANNIE W. cor E. Market and Davie 

MOORE W. S. E. Market cor Davie. (See adv) 

Murray William E., S. Elm 

JEWELL MYRON" G. Asheboro cor Bragg, S. G. (See adv) 

Pretzfelder C. & M. S. Elm 

ROYSTER GEORGE H. Benbow House block. (See 

adv) 
Scott Mrs. H. M., W. Market 
Strauss Moses, S. Elm 
Trotter William D., E. Market nr P. 0. 

DEY GOODS— Wholesale. 

SCOTT J. W. «fc CO., cor S. Elm and Washington. (See 
page 8) 

EXPEESS COMPANY. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO., E. M. Sloan, manager, 
Causey Block, S. Elm 

FANCY GOODS. 

(See Dry Goods and Millinery.) 

FISH MAEKET. 

KELLY JOELS' A. col, Stall 6 City Market. (See adv) 

FLOEIST. 

OODSON «fc LONGSBON, E. Market cor Lyndon. (See 
adv) 

FLOUE AND FEED. 

BARKER JOHN (wholesale), W. Market. (See adv) 

REARO BROS., Wharton Block, S. Elm. (See page 4) 

Brame William A., Benbow Hall Block, S. Elm 

BROWN ALEXANDER, col, r City Market 

Caldcleugh E. M. & Bro., opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

Callum Mason K., opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

RON NELL J. «& BRO., Davie cor E. Market. (See adv) 

Everything good to drink at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



SAMPLE S. BROWN does the leading Shoe and 
Mat business in Greensboro. 

98 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

FLEMING R. A. «& CO., E. Market. (See adv) 

HODGO J. F„ S. Elm, S. G. (See adv) 

HOUSTON BROS., S. Elm 

Hutton William P., Davie 

JEFFREYS JOM R., S. Elm. (See adv) 

JONES JACOB, col, Davie cor Market square. (See adv) 

Keeling John L., S. Elm 

KIRIOIAN ALBERT L., S. Elm 

MeADOO MRS. NANNIE W., cor E. Market and Davie 

HcKNIGHT & ALBRIGHT, E. Market. (See adv) 

MENBENHALL «& GALLOWAY, col, cor Davie and 

Sycamore. (See adv) 
Mitchell & Trogdon, W. Market 
Pitts A. L., S. Elm 

PUGH JOHN W., Church nr Davie 
SCOTT J. W. «fc CO., cor S. Elm and Washington. (See 

page 8) 
SHELTON THOMAS S., Field & Ca-usey Block, S. Elm. 

(See adv) 
SHERWOOB BANIEL E., Davie nr Market sq. (See adv) 
STEWART ABAM, E. Market 

SWAIN JOHN A., Davie nr Market square. (See adv) 
Trotter William D., E. Market nr P. 0. 
YANCEY B. B., col, Market square. (See adv) 

FOUNDKY AND MACHINE WOEKS. 
Sergeant Mfg. Co., junc. N. C. & B. & D. E. E. 

EUENITUEE DEALEES. 

Gullett Eobert, Elm r Court House [Elm 

Knoxville Furniture Co., A. Kennedy, man., Wharton Block, S. 

GAS AND STEAM FITTEES. 
O'SULLIVAN E. C. «fc CO., S. Elm. (See adv) 

GENTS FUENISHING GOODS. 

ARMFIELB G. WILE, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 
top lines) [lin^s 

BROWN SAMPLE S., Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See top 
CARTLANB HERBERT H., S. Elm opp P. 0. (See adv) 
Fishblate F., Commercial Bow, S. Elm 
ROYSTER GEORGE H., Benbow House Block. (See adv) 

Try General Insurance Agency, O. W. CAItM & CO. 
Fifteen Year's Experience. 



Buy the Royal St. John Sewing machine from 
W. Iff. WAKEFIELD «fc CO.. So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 99 



GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 

BARKER JOHI, W. Market. (See adv) 

BEARD BROS., Wharton Block, S. Elm. (See page 4) 

Bilbro Paton H., Warnersville rd 

Brame William A., Benbow Hall Block, S. Elm 

Brockman A. J., S. Elm 

BROOKS SAM, col, Gilmer 

BROWi\ ALEXANDER, col, r City Market 

Buchanan William K., S. Elm 

Caldcleugh E. M. & Bro., opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

Callum Mason K. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

DOAK «fc GRETTER, Warnersville, S. G. 

DONNELL J. «fc BRO., cor Davie and E. Market. (See adv) 

FLE9IOG R. A. «fc CO., E. Market. (See adv) 

Frazier Calvin G., W. Market cor Greene 

Groome J. A. & Co., S. Elm cor Sycamore 

Hairston Allen, col, Warnersville, S. G. 

Hendrix Bros., E. Market (See adv) 

HOLLAND PHILIP P. «fc CO., col, 3 Market square. 

HODGIN J. F., S. Elm, S. G. (See adv) 

HOUSTON BROS., S. Elm 

Hutton William P., Davie 

Irvine & Weatherly, W. Market 

JEFFREYS JOHN R„ S. Elm. (See adv) 

JONES JACOB, col, Davie cor Market square. (See adv) 

Keeling John L., S. Elm 

KeinodelJames A., Davie cor Washington 

KIRKMAN ALBERT L.. S. Elm 

Landreth James W. end E. Market 

Lipscombe Mrs. Anna E. col, Percy nr Lindsay 

lIcADOO MRS. NANNIE W., cor E. Market and Davie 

MeKNIGHT «fc ALBRIGHT. E. Market. (See adv) 

MASON JAMES C. S. Elm, S. G. (See adv) 

Matthews. & Co. S. Elm at limits, S. G. 

MENDENHALL «fc GALLOWAY, col, cor Davie and 

Sycamore. (See adv) 
Mitchell & Trogdon, 6 W. Market 

JEWELL MYRON G. Asheboro, cor Bragg, S. G. (See adv) 
PLGH JOHA W. Church nr Davie 
Pitts A. L., S. Elm 

Scarborough Samuel W., W. Market bey Greene [page 8) 

SCOTT J. W. «& CO. cor S. Elm and Washington. (See 
Shelton Thomas S., Field & Causey Block, S. Elm 
SHERWOOO DANIEL E. Davie nr Market Square (See 

adv) 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



All the Novelties in Ladies' Dress Goods ean be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE IS. BROWN'S. 

100 GKEENSBOEO DIEECTORY. 

Smithdeal Luther A. Smith Building, W. Market 

STEWART ADAM, E. Market ur E. E. 

SWAIN JOHN A. Davie nr Market Square. (See adv) 

THOHI J. E., E. Market 

Thomas David E. cor Davie and Sycamore 

Trotter William D., E. Market nr P. O. 

Unthank Jasper, col, Warnersville, S. G. 

West James H., S. Elm 

Williams Henry J. Benbow Hall Block, S. Elm 

Williams James N. Warnersville, S. G. 

Wright Jabez W., E. Market nr Davie 

YANCEY ». B. col, Market Square. (See adv) 

GEOCERIES— (Wholesale). 

SCOTT J. W. A CO. cor S. Elm and Washington. (See 

page 8) 
HOUSTON BROS. S. Elm 

GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. 

COLEMAN JOHN H. Market Square. (See adv) 
HARRIS «& FLIPPEN, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

HAEDWAEE DEALEES. 

FLEMING R. A. «fc CO. E. Market. (See adv) 
HARRIS «fc FLIPPEN, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
ODELL HARDWARE CO. (wholesale), S Elm nr McAdoo 
House [See top lines) 

WAKEFIELD W. H. «& CO. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm. 

HAENESS MANUFACTUEEES AND DEALEES. 

BIRKHEAO LORENZO P., Davie nr Market square. 

(See adv) 
HOUSTON LEVI, Houston's Block and Field & Causey 

Block, S. Elm, (See page 6) 
ROSS L. F., opp Depot. (See page 2) 
Smith F. F., opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 

HATS AND CAPS. 

ARMFIELO O. WILL, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See' 

top lines) 
BARKER JOHN, W. Market. (See adv) 
BLACKBURN W. J., cor Elm and E. Market. (See adv) 



S Z^ZIZL M £C Houston & Emerson "TT* 



Dry Goods, Clothing rt llfll I inMriTI II Hats, Caps and 
Boots and Shoes. Ul WILL AlllYirltLU Gents Furnishings. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 101 

BROW\ SAMPLE S., Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 

top lines) 
Johnson & Dorsett, S. Elm 
Murray William R., S. Elm 
Pretzfelder C. & M., S. Elm 

ROYSTEB GEORGE H., Benbow House Block. (See adv) 
Strauss Moses, S. Elm 

HOTELS. 

BENBOW HOUSE, D. W. C. Benbow, prop., S. Elm opp 

National Bank 
McADOO HOUSE, C. D. Veruon, prop., S. Elm. (See 

front cover) 
PLANTERS' HOTEL., Mrs. L. R. Rees, prop... E. Market 

ICE DEALER. 
HUGHES JAMES R., Market Square. (See page 3) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

BAILEY LORENZO A., W. Market. (See adv) 

CARR O. W. «fc CO., (general), Commercial block, S. Elm. 

(See bottom lines) 
Glenn Robert G. (generul), S. Elm, next to Benbow Hotel 
Jones James S. (life), Wharton Block, S. Elm 
Rankin Col. William S., N. Elm nr Church 

JEWELERS. 

FARRAR WILLIAM B„ Benbow House 
Horney William A., W. Market nr Elm 
LAMPMAN GEORGE, E. Market opp P. O. 
Thornton John J., McAdoo House 

JOB PRINTERS. 

THE MORNING NEWS JOB OFFICE, J. S. Hamp- 
ton, prop., Benbow Hall Building, S. Elm. (See adv) 
Thomas, Reece & Co., S. Elm 

LANDSCAPE GARDENERS. 
JDOBSON «& LONGSOON, E. Market. (See adv) 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Buy your Carpets. Rugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Curtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

102 GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

LAWYEKS. 

BABRIXGEB JOHN A., Court House Square 

BAILEY LORENZO, W. Market 

BALL Wlil JLff AM S.. N. Elm opp Court House 

BO¥I> JAMES E., S. Elm over National Bank 

Scott & Caldwell, Court House Square [House 

DILLABD, KING «fc DILL4BD, N. Elm opp" Court 

DOUGLAS R. M., S. Elm opp Benbow House 

Forbis James W., N. Elm opp Court House 

Hill Wilson S., W. Market bey Ash 

MOREHEAO JAMES T. Lindsay Build'g opp Court House 

Staples Col. John N., W. Market cor Ash 

Wilson George G., W. Market bey limits 

LINIMENT MANUFACTUBEE. 

TAR HEEL LINIMENT, Houston & Emerson props, S. Elm 

LIVE STOCK DEALEB. 

HUGHES JAMES R. rear Forbes. (See page 3) 

LIVEEY STABLES. 

ROSS L. F. opp depot. (See page 2) 
VANSTORY C. P. Davie. (See adv) 

LUMBEE DEALEES. 

BROOKS «& LOVE, Ash S. G. 

GREENSBORO SASH «& BLINO CO. Ash nr E. E., 

S. G. (See adv) 
Wharton, Hunt & Co. Ash nr E. E., S. G. 

LEAF TOBACCO DEALEES. 

Cobb Henry W. Belle Meade ave 
Patterson M. C. Greene nr Clay 

MAEBLE AND GEANITE WOEKS. 

Jordan Arthur, E. Market nr Elm 

ROBERTSON SAMUEL C. New opp depot. (See adv) 

MEAT MAEKETS. 

Hardin J. E. 4 City Market 

HUGHES JAMES R., 5 City Market. (See adv) 

NO POLICY ever yet CONTESTED written by 
O. W. CAKB, & CO* 



The Missouri Steani Washer that washes without 
rubbing, at W. H. Wakefield «fc Co., So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 103 

Jackson Jehu H. Asheboro cor Bragg, S. G. 

JONES JACOB, col, 1 Market House. (See adv) 

KELLY JO HIT A. col, 6 Market House. (See adv) 

Kernodle John W. 2 City Market 

NEWELL MYRON G., Asheboro cor Bragg, S. G. (See 

adv 
YANCEY ». B., col, Stall No. 3, City Market. (See adv) 

MERCHANT TAILOKS. 

CARTLANB HERBERT H., S. Elm opp P. O. (See adv) 
Hughes James M., S. Elm 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

(See Dry Goods.) 

Bingham Mrs. M. B., W. Market 

Cheek & Weatherlv, S. Elm 

Gorrell Mrs. C. C. & Co., W. Market nr Elm 

Lyon Mrs. T. A., Benbow Hall Block 

MOORE W. S.. E. Market cor Davie. (See adv) 

Scott Mrs. H. M., W. Market 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Brockman Miss Laura L., E. Market nr R. R. 
Schmitt Prof. Nicholas, E. Washington nr R. R. 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

BIKE ROOK CO., Benbow House Block, opp Nat. Bank. 
(See adv) 

HOWARD MRS. MARGARET E., first door south Ben- 
bow House entrance. (See adv) 

NEWSPAPERS. 

GREENSRORO NORTH STATE, issued every Thursday, 
Keogh & Boyd, editors and props., N. Elm nr Court 
House. (See adv) 

NORTH CAROLINA PROHIBITIONIST, issued 

every Thursday, Rev. W. T. Walker, editor and prop., S. 
Davie nr Market 
SOUTHERN TORACCO JOURNAL, issued every Sat- 
urday, H. E. Harman, editor and prop., Smith bldg. W. 
Market 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEW COMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



SAMPLE S. BR^WI'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

104 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

THE CENTRAL PROTESTANT, issued every Saturday, 
J. L. Michaux, editor and prop., Benbow Hall bldg., S. 
Elm. (See adv) 

THE DAILY WORKMAN, issued every day except Sun- 
day, J. L. Michaux, editor, J. S. Michaux, local editor, 
Benbow Hall bid?., S. Elm. (See adv) 

THE DAILY MORNING NEWS, issued every day ex- 
cept Monday, J. S. Hampton, editor and prop., Benbow 
Hall bldg., S. Elm. (See adv) 

THE WEEKLY PATRIOT, issued every Friday morn- 
ing, Z. W. Whitehead, editor and prop., Benbow Hall 
bldg., S. Elm. (See adv) 

OUR HOMES, weekly, W. C. Phillips, editor and publisher 

College Message, monthly, G. F. Call 

Collorteur, monthly, R. L. Groome 

The Anchor, monthly, Mrs. Hundley 

NURSERYMEN. 

Lindley J. C. & Bro., office Benbow block, Nursery, New Garden 
Station 

PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES. 

©DELL HARDWARE CO., S. Elm nr McAdoo House 
WAKEFIELD W. H. «& CO., opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm. 

(See top lines) 
Wharton, Hunt & Co., Ash nr R. R., S. G. 

PAINTERS. 

GOULDING S. J., cor N. Elm and Gaston. (See adv) 
LEDFORD GEORGE, Sycamore opp City Market (See adv) 
THOMAS RORERT W., Edgeworth nr Belle Meade av 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

ALDERMAN SIDNEY L., S. Elm opp P. O. (See adv) 
PRINCE DAVID O., W. Market. (See adv) 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Bell Dr. William P., Asheboro nr Lee, S. G. [ington 

Glenn Dr. Charles M., office next to Benbow Hotel, h W. Wash* 
GRAYSON DR. CHARLES W., Davie nr Market square 
Marlev Dr. Henry B. Asheboro bey limits, S. G. 
TATE RORERT W., Asheboro cor Gorrell, S. G. (See adv) 

cures all Tin UCCI I IMIMCKIT Cuts ' Bruises > 

AILMENTS. I AH iILLL LlmiVlLn I Sprains, etc. 



Carpets and Oil-cloths p \kl\\ ADMCICl n lowest prices, largest 
All designs and styles. Ua WILL rA il I V B 1 I ll L. LI stock in Greensboro. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 105 

PLANING MILL. 

WOODBOFFE THOMAS, Walker av. (See adv) 

PLUMBEES' GOODS. 

ODELL HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 

PIANOS AND OEGANS. 

Gullett Eobert, Elm r Court House 

MOORE W. S., E. Market cor Davie. (See adv) 

EEAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Vernon A. T., E. & D. Depot 
Yates Brothers, S. Elm 

EESTAUEANTS. 

GWYIf MDBEW, col, S. Elm opp Depot 
Harris Eobert, col, S. Elm 
Hawkins Lee M., B. E. Depot 
JOXES JOSEPH, Market square 

RAILROAD RESTAURANT, J. H. Henderson, col, prop. 
S. Elm opp Depot. (See adv) 

SADDLEEY HABDWABE. 

HOUSTON LEVI. Houston's Block and Field & Causey 
Building, S. Elm. (See adv page 6) 

SASH, DOOES AND BLINDS. 

QREENSRORO SASH AND BLIND CO., south of E. 

& D. E. E. (See adv) 
ODELL HARDWARE CO., S. Elm nr McAdoo House 

SAW MILLS. 

GREEXSRORO SASH AND RLIND CO., Ash nr E. 

E, S. G. 
Wharton, Hunt & Co. Ash nr E. E., S. G. 

SEWING MACHINES. 

The Singer Mfg. Co. C. E. Holton manager, Benbow House Bl'k 
WAKEFIELD W. H. «fc CO. (Eoyal St. John), opp Ben- 
bow Hall, S. Elm. (See top lines) 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G. NEWCOMB, Odell Building. 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. RROWX'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 



106 GEEENSBOEO DIEECTOEY. 

SHOEMAKERS. 

Doughty Charles H. Benbow Hall Building, S. Elm 

Edwell James S. col, S. Elm 

Jones S. Wright, rear City Market 

Joyce Edward E. col, S. Elm 

HARABLE ISAAC, col, S. Elm, E. Market nr E. R. (See 

adv) 
PROCTOR HIRAM, S. Elm. (See adv) 
Thompson Lemuel, E. Market nr P. O. 

SILK EMBROIDERY GOODS. 

HOUSTON LEYI, Houston Bros. Building, S. Elm. (See 
page 6) 

SILVER AND PLATED WARE. 

China Hall, E. Ellis prop, S. Elm 

HARRIS «fc FLIPPED, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
LAMPMAIT GEORGE, E. Market opp P. O. 
ODELL HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 

SPOKE AND HANDLE MANUFACTURERS. 

NORTH CAROLINA HANDLE CO. F. E. Shober & Co. 

props, Ash, S. G. 
North Carolina Coach Material Co., E. Washington nr R. R. 

SPORTING GOODS. 

HARRIS «& FLIPPED, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
ODELL HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 

STOVE MANUFACTURERS. 

ODELL HARDWARE CO. office S. Elm 
WAKEFIELD IV. H. «& CO. (Wakefield cook stove), opp 
Benbow Hall, S. Elm. See top lines) 

STOVES AND RANGES. 

HARRIS «& FLIPPED, opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm 
ODELL HARDWARE CO. S. Elm nr McAdoo House 
WAKEFIFLD W. H. «fc CO. opp Benbow Hall, S. Elm. ' 

(See top lines) 
Yates James F., S. Elm 

For Blotters, Calendars, Insurance Supplies, Hates and Com- 
panies apply to O. W. CAHR & CO. 



The Place to Buy Sewing machines is at W. II. 
WAKEFIELD «& CO., So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 107 

TELEGEAPH COMPANIES. 

SOUTHERN TELEGRAPH CO. McAdoo House 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 8. Elm opp Nat. 
Bank, 8. A. Howard manager 

TIN, SHEET IEON, AND COPPER WARE. 

O'SULLIVAIV E. C. «fc CO. S. Elm. (See adv) 

WAKEFIELD W. H. & CO. opp Beribbw Hall, S. Elm. 
(See top lines) 

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. 

BARKER JOHN", plug, W. Market. (See adv) 
FIELDS WILLIAM A. «fc CO. plug, Asheboro, S. G. 
King J. L, & Co. plug, McAdoo , . 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. 

BANNER WAREHOUSE, R. D. Williams & Co. props. 

(See front cover) 
FARMERS 9 WAREHOUSE, W. E. Bevill & Co. props, 

Green cor Belle Mead ave. (See adv) 
STAR WAREHOUSE, W. B, Land prop, Davie opp Market 

Square. (See page 3) 

TOBACCO FLUE MANUFACTURERS. 

Wharton & Stratford, Wharton Block, S. Elm 

TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

ARMFIELD G. WILL, Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See 

top lines) [lines 

BROWN* SAMPLE S. Commercial Block, S. Elm. (See top 

UNDERTAKERS. 

COLLIN'S WILLIAM N". cor Sycamore and Davie. (See 

adv) 
Gullett Robert, N. Elm 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

COLEMAN JOHN H. Market Square. (See adv) 

Gullett Robert, Elm rear Court House 

Matthews & Co. S. Elm at limits, S. G. 

WHITTIN"GTON WILLIAM F. Market Square. (See adv) 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. XEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building* 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPLE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 

108 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

WINES AND LIQUOKS. 

Barker John, Court House Square 

Armfield Nedam S., Gaston nr jail 

FIELD «fc JENKINS, cor W. Market and S. Elm. See adv) 

MAM1ILL JOHN W. S. Elm opp P. O. (See adv) 

JEFFREYS JOHN R. S. Elm. (See adv) 

Jeffreys Newton A., S. Elm cor Asheboro 

McCAUEEY SAMUEL J., S. Elm nr Depot [lines) 

NEH COMB E. O. Odell Building, S. Elm. (See bottom right 

Lohman H. McAdoo House 

C. P. VANSTORY, 

Livery Sale and Exchange Stables, 




«S-fl01^E3, BHGGIE3 Md (PTOSES 4* 

FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Fine Carriages and Teams for Parties, Weddings and Funerals at short 
notice. «STThe sale of extra fine single horses and teams a specialty. 
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. 

Davie Street, - - GREENSBORO, N. C. 
W. F. WHITTINGTON, 

Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer and General Repairer 

Jobbing of every description a Specialty. 
MARKET SQUARE, ... GREENSBORO, N. C. 

For Man or T I Q N T T I I I 11 \ Hi T M T Houston & Emerson, 
Beast use | A II H L t L L I II I 111 L II I Greensboro, N. C. 



THOMPSON, BREED & CROFDTT'S 

DIRECTORY 



REIDSVILLE, N. C 



FOR THE TEAR 



18 8 7, 



CONTAINING AN 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE CITIZENS, 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Appendix of Useful Information. 



THOMPSON, BREED & CROFUTT, Publishers, 
NEWBURGH, N. Y. 



FORD & GUERRANT, 



PRACTICAL 



Tin, j&eet Iron and Copper 1 plate 



MANUFACTURERS OF TOBACCO FLUES, 

AND DEALERS IN 

STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, FIRE-PLACE 
HEATERS, GRATES, 

Steam Pipe and Fittings, Pumps, Terra Cotta Pipe, 
House-furnishing- Goods, Hardware, Tin- 
ware, Woodenware, Etc. 



SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 




New Lee Cook Stoves & Ranges 



JBuiUling: Material of all kinds at Bottom Prices at 
W. H. WAKEFIELD *V CO.. So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIUECTORY. Ill 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 



APPENDIX. 



TOWJf OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Junius B. Smith. 
Commissioners — James H. Hall, John W. Smith, William P. 

Watt, William B. Wray, M. A. Allen. 
Sect, and Treas. — William B. Wray. 
Chief of Police— M. Apple. 
Policeman — Lewis Hall. 

Town Constable — Robert Clack. 

Street Commissioner — Joseph H. Lyle. 
Fire Marshal — Charles Denny. 

Sanitary Physician — Dr. John W. Smith. 



RE1DSYILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Meeting first Monday in each month. 

Capt.— C. H. Denny. 
Asst.— S. N. White. 

Foreman Hose — G. T. Gossett. 
Engineer — W. B. Palmer. 

Secretary and Treasurer — C. N. Evans. 



SOCIETIES. 

Reidsviile Lodge, No. 384, A. F. & A. M. A. J. Ellington, W.\ M.\; 
R. M. B. Ellington, S. W.; J. A. Tucker, J. W. Meets 
first Monday before each full moon, over Harris' store, 
W. Market. 

Budweis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building , Greensboro, JV. C. 



SAUPJLE S. BROWtf carries the largest stock of 
Ladies 9 , Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

112 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Lone Star Lodge, No. 33, A. F. & A. M., (col). J. T. Koger, W.\ 
M.\ ; J. H. Owens, S. W.; J. B. Morris, Sec. Meets 
every second and fourth Friday night, Odd Fellows' Hall, 
W. Market. 

Eeidsville Lodge, No. 2,128, 1. O. O. F. (col). S. Meadows, N. 
G.; J. C. Gunn, V. G.; J. W. Salmons, Rec. Sec. Meet 
Monday evenings, Odd Fellows' Hall, W. Market. 



CHURCHES— White. 

Methodist Episcopal, Scales street, Rev. P. F. W. Stamey, pas- 
tor. Services, 11 a. m., 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 9 am. 

Presbyterian, Main cor Gilmer street, Rev. D. I. Craig, pastor. 
Services, 11 a. m., 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 3 p. m. 

Baptist, Main bey Lindsey street, Rev. W. L. Wright, pastor. 
Services, first, second and fourth Sundays at 11 A. M., 7.30 
p. m. Sunday School 9.30 a. m. Prayer meeting Tues- 
day evening 7.30. 

St. Thomas' Episcopal, W. Market street, Rev. A. Greaves, pas- 
tor. Services, second and fourth Sundays at 11 A. M., 7 P. 
M. Sunday School 7.30 A. M. 



CHURCHES— Colored. 

Methodist Episcopal, Harris street, Rev. William Hustin, pastor. 
Services, 11 a. m., 3 p. m. 8 p. m. 

Baptist, Scales street, Rev. Edward Parum, pastor. Services 11 
a. M., 3 p. m., 8 P. M. 

African Methodist, Motley street, Rev. Smith, pastor. Ser- 
vices, 11 a. m., 3 p. m., 8 P. M. 



SCHOOLS— White. 

Reidsville Male Academy (private), Lindsey street. George R. 
McNeill, Prin. 

Reidsville Female Seminary (private), Lawsonville street. Miss 
Emma Scales, Prin. 

Wray's School (private), end W. Market. Miss Mattie F. Nor- 
man, Prin. 

Free School (col), Harris street. J. A. Windsor, Prin. 



Sure Cure for TApUCCI I IMIMERIT 8ure Cure for 
Rhetmiatism. | A II H L L L L I II I Ifl till Catarrh. 



Large assortment of A Hill 1 DM TIT I R Window Furnishings, 

Carpets and Oil-cloths. Uj If ILL AUsVIS" I LLbJ Table linen, Towels, &c 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 113 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY, 



1887 



Abbott John I. salesman, h Main nr Piedmont 

Abbott Mrs. Martha J. wid Joseph M., h E. Market 

Adams Mrs. Cyreuus C. wid William, h Sharp 

Adams William, h Scales 

Agee Edward H. shoemaker, W. Market, h Matlock 

Agee Harrison F. carpenter, h Wentworth 

Agee Mrs. Louisa M. wid D. J. h Wentworth 

Agee Peter D. mason, h Wentworth 

Aikens Jim, col, drayman, h Penn's Alley 

Allen George, col, messenger U. S. Revenue office, h Halltown 

Allen M A. tobacco buyer, h Main 

Allen Samuel W. h Lawsonviile 

Amos Robert E. miller h Wootton 

Angle Samuel, lab, h Madison 

Anderson John H. book-keeper, h Hall 

Anderson Robert, col, tobacco roller, h W. Market [Scales 

ANDREWS J4JIES M. (A N. Whitsett & Co.) h Settle cor 

Apple David A. (Smith, Blackwell & Co.) also grocer, W. Market, 

h Cemetery 
Archer Douglass, bartender, h Harris 
Arndt William L. Exchange Hotel bar, h Madison 
Austin Mrs. wid, seamstress, h west side limits 

Bailey Arthur, leaf tobacco dealer, h E. Market cor Lawsonviile 

Bailey C. tobacco buyer, bds Main 

Bailey John A. leaf tobacco dealer, bds Main 

Bailey O. L. jr. shipping clerk, h E. Market 

Everything good to drinh at E. G. NEWCOMWS, 
Greensboro, N. C 



SAMPLE S. BKOWI does tSae leading Shoe and 
Hat business in Greensboro. 

114 GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Baker William H. (clerk Frank Pinnix & Co.) h Main nr Lindsey 

Baker Mack, col, porter, h Motley 

Balsley Dr. T. E. (Balsley & Irvine), E. Market 

Balsley & Irvine, (Dr. T. E. Balsley and J. S. Irvine), druggist, 

E. Market 
Balmer Lewis, groceries, E. Market, li do 
B13TK OF REIDSVIL.UE, organized 1882, capital $50,000, 

surplus $12,000, A. J. Boyd president, B. M. Sloan cashier, 

Bank and Internal Bevenue Building, E. Market 
Banner Brash, col, tobacco picker, h Harris 
Barnes D. (Barnes, Staples & Co.) h E. Market 
Barnes J. B. manager M. R. Barnes, h Scales 
Barnes John D. (Barnes & Hamlin), h Main [Gilmer 

Barnes Mrs. John D. (milliner Barnes & Hamlin), h cor Main and 
Barnes & Hamlin, (John D. Barnes and James H. Hamlin), dry 

goods, millinery and dress goods, and ladies' shoes, cor 

W. Market and Morehead 
Barnes Joseph H. student, h E. Market 

Barnes Mrs. M. R. dry goods, millinery, and notions, Scales, h do 
Barnes, Staples & Co. (D. Barnes, J. G. and W. R Staples), plug 

and twist tobacco mfrs, E. Market 
Bass James, col, station hand R. R. depot 
Bass William, col, lab, h Scales 
Baynes William, station hand R. R. depot 
Bennett Johnson A. post master, h Danville rd 
Bennett William S. asst. post master, h E. Market 
BENSON COSJIO, (Benson & Son), h Main 
BENSON JOSEPH M. (Benson & Son), h Main nr Lindsay 
Benson Lee W. tob. worker, h Lindsey 
BENSON «fc SON (J. H. & Cosmo), harness, saddlery, etc., 

Doggett bldg. (See adv) 
Benton Alfred, col, hostler, h Scales 
Bethel Calvin, col, tob. roller, h Lindsey 
Bethell Robert S. bookkeeper U. S. Revenue office, h Lindsey 

J. H. BENSON. COSMO BENSON. 

BENSON & SON, 

DEALERS IN 

HARNESS, SADDLES 1 SADDLERY GOODS, 

Whips, Blankets and Horse Furnishing Goods, 
Harness Oils, &c, &c. 

t^FA full stock in every line at the Lowest Possible Prices. ^ 

Doggett Building, Scabs Street, - - BEIDS7ILLE, N, C, 

Try General Insurance Agency, O. W. CAMH & CO, 
Fifteen Tear's Experience. 



All kinds of Hardware, Paints, Oil and Tarnishes 
at W. H. WAKEFIELD «fc CO., So. Elm St. 

GEEENSBOItO DIRECTORY. 115 



Bethell George W. col, school teacher, h E. Market 

Black Cap, col, hostler, h nr Depot 

Blackburn David L. h Arlington 

Blackwell Edward S. tob. worker, h Madison 

Blackwell George, col, drayman, h Scales 

Blackwell Joseph H. (Smith, Blackwell & Co.), h Main 

Blackwell J. Scott, clerk Lambreth & Williams 

Blackwell Robert, li Madison 

Blackwell Walter F. tob. worker h Madison 

Blair James N. (Blair & Wray), h Matlock 

Blair William C. clerk Blair & Wray, bds Matlock 

Blair William, clerk, h Matlock 

Blair & Wray (James N. Blair and William B. Wray), flour, feed, 

coal, wood and fertilizer, W. Market opp Depot 
Boland Jack, col, tob. prizer, h nr Lawsonville 
Bolanz George M. painter, h Wentworth 
BOYD COL. ANDREW J. lawyer, pres. Bank of Reids- 

ville and U. S. Internal Revenue Collector, Bank bldg., h 

Main 
Boyd Mrs. Eliza, wid James, h Main 
Boyd George D. clerk H. Sampson & Co. h Main 
Boyd Samuel H. cashier U. S. Revenue office, h Main 
Braham Joe, col, tob. prizer, h W. Market 
Brand Miss Dora E. saleslady, h Wootton 
Brand Coleman (Frank Pinnix & Co.), h Wootton 
Brand William E. sawyer, h Wootton 
Brannock James R. clerk, h E. Market 
Brannon Jef, col, tob. roller, h r W. Market 
Brensfield John, col, lab, h Scales 
Brensfield Van, lab, h Cemetery 
Brodnax William, col, tob. picker, h Hughes 
Brooks Miss Mary L. h Lindsey 
Brooks Miss Sally, cook, h Lindsey nr Main 
Brooks Thomas, carpenter, h Sharp 
Brown Charles, col, cooper, h Scales 
Brown Frank, col, tob. roller, h Motley 
Brown James, col, tob. roller, h r W. Market 
Brown Monroe, col. tob. roller, h r Motley factory 
Brown Washington, col, restaurant, E. Market 
Brown William, col, lab, h Harris 
Bruton Rev. David R. h Lindsey bey Wootton 
Bucker Matthias, tob. roller, h Spencer 
Burnett Miss Cornelia L. saleslady Barnes & Hamlin, h near 

Virginia 
Burnett Henry B., Brandy clerk U. S. Revenue office, h near 

Virginia 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



All the Novelties in ladies' Dress Goods can be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

116 GREENSBOKO DIRECTORY. 

Burnett Joseph Z. li nr Virginia 

Burnett William H. h nr Virginia 

Burton Augustus M. genl. merchandise and leaf tobacco dealer, 

Scales, h Morehead 
Burton Ben, col, tob. caser, h Hughes 
Burton Mrs. Eloise R wid Rev. R O. h E. Market 
Burton Fred H. col, (Martin & Burton), h E. Market 
Burton John H. leaf tob. dealer, cor Morehead and Arlington, h 

Montgomery 
Burton Madison, clerk, h Cemetery 
Burton Pink, clerk, h Cemetery 
Burton Thomas A. clerk, h Montgomery 
Burton Thomas J. tobaconist, h Main 
Burton William E. h Cemetery 

Burton William M. clerk Totton & Walker, h Cemetery 
Butts Mrs. Annie, wid, groceries, h E. Market 



Cabaniss Miss Nannie, h Main 

Caldwell Miss Sallie R. h Wootton 

Caldwell Samuel L. tob. worker, h Wootton 

Caldwell William T. butler, h Wootton 

Canada Sambo, col, shoemaker, h nr Cemetery 

Carraway Paul (Mayo, Hawkins & Co.) h E. Market 

Carrington Henry, col, shoemaker, h E. Market 

Carter Henry, col, meat market, 6 Market House 

Carter John, col, tob. cutter, h Hughes 

Carter John W. engineer, h Sharp 

Carter Nelson, grocer 

CARTER PLEASAIT H. col, restaurant, W. Market, h 

Wentworth rd. (See adv) 
Cayton Samuel W. printer 

**P. H. CARTER,*^ 



STALL No. 6, CITY MARKET, 

Beef, Mutton, Pork. Sausage, Poultry, Game, and Fish, Oys- 
ters and Vegetables iu their seasons. 

RESTAURANT SEATING SALOON 

Meals Served at All Hours. 

WEST MARKET STREET, REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

Sole Proprs. and Mfrs. IJniiotnn Cmnrnnn Greensboro, 
Tar HeelL iniment, duUSlDlI & lIIIoISOII iV^. C. 



Ready-made Clothing ft llfll | AQ|U|r|r|n Best Goods, 

Latest styles, Ul WILL A 11 1 VI I 1 1 L U At the Lowest Prices. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 117 

Chance Mrs. E. G., wid, boarding house, Scales 

Chance Robert B. clerk, h Virginia nr Lindsey 

Cheatham Andrew, col, tob. roller, h Lindsey 

Citizens' Bank, organized 1885, capital $25,000, surplus $3,500. 

H. R. Scott, prest., R. L. Watt, cashier, J. M. Cox, asst. 

cashier ; W. Market nr Morehead 
Clack Robert M., deputy sheriff, h Lawsonville 
Clanton Charles, col, dry spreader, h Harris 
Clark Luther P. manager Harris Bros., h Main nr Lindsey 
Clark Samuel, col, barber, bds E. Market 
Climer Ledrick M. bookkeeper, h Thompsonville rd 
Cobb Ed., col, tob. prizer, h Penn's al 
Cobb Robert, restaurant, Gilmer nr Scales, h Sharp 
Cobb William, h nr Cemetery 
Cobbler Robert, tob. picker, h Cemetery 
Collins Frank G. painter, h Wentworth 
Collins George A. painter, h Wentworth cor Matlock 
Collins Samuel N. painter, h Wentworth cor Matlock 
Comer Luther C. merchant, bds E. Market 

Corbett Joseph C. col, lab, h Main [and liquors, Gilmore 

CORXATZER «fc BRO., (W. L. & H. P. Cornatzer), wines 
CORx\ATZER M. P. (W. L. & H. P. Cornatzer) 
COKMTZER W. K,. (W. L. & H. P. Cornatzer) 
Cosby William H. col, helper, h E. Market 
Cotter Preston, col, tob. roller, h Scales 
Courts Miss Blanche G. h Main cor Lindsey 

Courts Miss Mollie F. h Main cor Lindsey [cor Lindsey 

Courts Dr. William J. physician, Williams' drug store, h Main 
Cox Joseph M. asst. cashier Citizens Bank, h W. Market 
Cox Martin, bds Main 

Coyle M. C. col, tob. picker, h Penn's alley 
Crafton John S. (Crafton, Small & Co.) h Doggett House 
Crafton Mrs. John S. boarding house, Doggett House, Scales 
Crafton Mrs. Mary A. wid Bedford, boarding house, h Settle cor 

ScfLlGS 

Crafton, Small & Co. (J. S. Crafton, W. W. Small, J. C. Harris), 

livery and sale stable, Scales 
CRAFTOX WIIililAITI M. (Whitsett & Crafton and A. M. 

Whitsett & Co.), h Main 
CRAIG REV. I>. I. pastor Presbyterian Church, h Gilmore 
Craig Jasper N. money order clerk P. O. h Gilmore 

3D 

Dalton James S. h Main nr Piedmont 
Dandridge Charles, col, tob. prizer, h W. Market 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



■Bray yonr Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Curtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

118 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Dandridge John, groceries, W. Market 

Daniel John, flour and feed, h W. Market 

Daniel Samuel B. col, mattress maker, h Ware 

Davis Edmund, col, tob. worker, h 15 Hall town 

Davis Harden, col, lab, h Sharp 

Davis James W. bookkeeper, bds E. Market 

Davis Sam, col, tob. copper, h Harris 

Degroot Edward H. boot and shoemaker, h Wentworth 

Degrott Edward H. shoemaker, Scales, h Wentworth 

Degrott John W. shoemaker, h Wentworth [Gilmore 

Denny Bros. (C. H. & R. M. Denny), hardware, cor Scales and 

Denny Charles H. (Dennv Bros.) h Settle cor Scales 

Denny & Hall (J. T. Denny and E. F. Hall), Iron Bound Bucket 

Co. and lumber, end W. Market 
Denny John T. (Denny & Hall) h Lindsey nr Main 
Denny, Lyle & Co. tobacco factory, Scales 
Denny Robert M. (Denny Bros.) bds Gilmore 
Dillard Abe, col, lab, h nr Lawsonville 
Dillard Abraham, col, blacksmith, rear W. Market, h do 
Dillard Caleb, col, lab, h Irvin 
Dillard Edward, col, blacksmith, h Harris 
Dillard Henry, col, machine hand, h Harris 
Dillard Isaac, col, tobacco worker, h Spencer 
Dillard Jesse, col, tobacco prizer, h Irvin 
Dillard Moses, col, blacksmith, h outside corporation 
Dillard William, col, tob. roller, h Motley 
Doggette Thomas B. (J. W. Peay & Co.), h Main 
Dolson Peter, col, tobacco worker, h rear W. Market 
Durham Martin, mason, h Ware 

IE 

Eddington Philip, tob. prizer, h rear W. Market 

Edwards James, col, tob. roller, h Harris 

Elam John, col, h Lindsey nr Main 

Ellington Benjamin, col, tob. prizer, h Penn's alley 

Ellington Capt. Alfred J. (A. J. Ellington & Bro., also Ellington 

& Womack), h E. Market 
Ellington A. J. & Bro. (A. J. and B. M. B.) mfrs plug tobacco, 

cor W. Market and Jackson 
Ellington & Griffin, (R. M. B. Ellington and C. L. Griffin), proprs 

Piedmont Warehouse 
Ellington Mrs. Nannie, wid John, h Wentworth 
Ellington Richard M. B. (Ellington & Griffin), h cor Morehead 

and Main 

O. W. CAttR & CO., General Insurance Agent. 

Accident, Fire, Life, Tornado. 



Stoves and Ranges at W. II. WAKEFIELD «fc CO., 
Hfrs. of the Wakefield Cook, So. Elm St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 119 

Ellington & Woraack, (A. J. Ellington and James C. Womack) 
fire and life insurance, W. Market 

Elliott Roland, col, tobacco stamper, h Harris 

EMERSON G. W ASM. (Mack & Wash.), barbers, W. Mar- 
ket, h E. Market. (See adv) 

Epperson Henry, col, barber, W. Market, h Burnett town 

Evans Charles N. teller Bank of Reidsville, h E. Market 

Evans Thomas C. h E. Market 

EXCHANGE MOTEL, George E. Quincy, propr, E. Mar- 
ket, opp. Depot. (See back page) 



Fells Isaac, meat market, h Lindsey 

Fells Samuel (Fells & Taylor) h Lindsey 

Fells & Taylor, meat market, 3 Market House 

Ferrell Ephraim (A. H. Reicl & Co.) h Lindsey 

Ferrell Thomas W. manager, tob. factory, h Lindsey 

Ferris Mrs. Fannie (wid. G. A.) h Ware 

Fetzer Charles, druggist, Scales, h Piedmont 

Fillman Scott, collector Citizens Bank, h Main 

Fillman William, farmer, h Main 

Ford Jeremiah C. h Lawsonville 

FOE© JOHN M. (Ford & Guerrant), h Lawsonville 

FORI* «& GUERRANT (John H. Ford and Joseph B. 
Guerrant), hardware, stoves and housefurnishing goods, 
etc.),. cor E. Market and Morehead. (See adv) 

Foster William A. teamster, h Scales 

Fountain W. W. bcls E. Market 

Foy William, tob. roller, h rear W. Market 

Fraisure John, blacksmith, h Scales 

Fraisure Joseph, horse trader, h Scales 

Frasher John H. helper, h Scales 

Fretwell W. W. broker, h over Mrs. Roach's millinery 

Frost Miss Ella, dressmaker, h Main 

Fulton Joseph H., col, bottler, h Went worth 

O- 

Galimore Hunter G. tob. roller, h W. Market 

Gallaway Miss Jennie B. h Main 

Gallaway Miss Mary W. h Main 

Gallaway Robert S. clerk Star Warehouse, h Main [h Main 

Galloway Alexander H. county sheriff, also M. H. Pinnix, & Co. 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



SAMEPIiE S. BROWN'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

120 GEEENSBOEO DIEECTOEY. 

Galloway George, col, tob. roller, h Scales 

Galloway Eawlen C. clerk Sam Smith & Co., bds Main 

Galmo Hunter, col, lab, li W. Market 

Ganaway Lettie, col, cook, Exchange Hotel 

Gardner Howard W. (A. L. Smith & Co.), h ab Baptist Church 

Gardner Mis. H. D. millinery and fancy goods, Scales, h do 

Gardner Joseph C. meat market, h Piedmont nr Main 

Gardner Miss Lulu B. h Piedmont nr Main 

Garner Walter, brick maker, h Lindsey [Lindsey 

Garner William V. manager F. B. Penn & Co., h Main corner 

GARRETT ALBERT M. (Price & Garrett), and book- 
keeper, Eagle Warehouse, bds Gilmore 

Gaulden George S. (G. S. Gaulden & Co.), h Cemetery 

Gaulden G. S. & Co. (George S. Gaulden and|E. F. Bendall, har- 
ness makers, W. Market ' [ville rd 

Gibbons James W. auctioneer Eagle Warehouse, h Thompson- 
Giles & Co. hardware, sash, blinds, etc., Harris' block, W. Main 

Giles William (Giles & Co.), bds E. Market 

Gillim William E. printer, h Gillim 

Gladston Miss Belle, h near end W. Market 

Gladston Miss Emma, saleslady, h W. Market 

Gi.ABSTOtf ROBERT G. (B. G. Gladston & Son), h 
Leaksville road 

GLiABSTOtf ROBERT G. JR. (B. G. Gladston & Son), 
r W. Market 

GJLAOSTOtf R. G. & HON (B. G. and B. G. Gladston, jr.), 
stoves and tin ware, cor Gilmore and Scales. (See adv) 

Goldin George, harness maker, h Cemetery 

Good Clement M. (Frank Pinnix & Co.) h Main nr Lindsey 

Good Thomas, col, h Scales 

GOSSETT GEORGE T., jeweler, and marble and granite 
works, nr Market House, W. Market, h Arlington. (See 
adv back page) 

Gowens Sippio, col, whitewasher, h W. Market 

Goynes John, col, lab, h Sharp 

Graves Zillrnan, col, lab, h Scales 

Gray Miss Callie, dressmaker, h Main nr Lindsey 

Gray Pink, col, tob. picker, h nr Lawsonville 

Gray Walter, col, lab, h nr Lawsonville [Market 

Greaves Bev. Alban, rector St. Thomas Episcopal Church, h E. 

Griffin Calvin L. (Ellington & Griffin), h lane nr ElliDgton's fac'y 

Griffin Joe, col, driver, h Lawsonville 

Griggs Spencer, col, tob. worker, h lane opp Ellington's factory 

Grogaham Mrs. Jane, washerwoman, h Scales 

Grogan Jesse, tob. picker, h Sharp 

Grogan Basmus T. tob. roller, h nr Wray's saw mill 

Complaint use I AK HttL LINIMtN I FAILS. 



Buy your Shoes and f% 14/ II ADMEIO H Men ' s Snoes ) Ladies', 
Hats of Ua WILL Alt lYlrltLU Misses' & Boys' Shoes. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 121 

Grogin Oscar, col, lab, h outside limits 

Groom John, harnessmaker, h Main [nr Piedmont 

GUEUR AXT JOSEPH 15. (Ford & Guerrant) h Wootton 

Gunn Charles W., col, (Hawkins & Gunn), h W. Market 

Gunn James 0., col, tob. prizer, h Hughes 

Gunn Peter, col, tob. sorter, h rear W. Market 

Gunn Thomas, col, tob. stemmer, h Hughes 

Grogan Zerj V., leaf dealer, h Lindsey 



HE 

Hall E. Frank (Denny & Hall), h Main bey Piedmont 

Hall James H. h Main nr Piedmont 

Hall John T. h Main nr Piedmont 

Hall Lewis B. policeman, h E. Market 

Hall Mrs. L. B. boarding house, E. Market 

Hall Miss Mattie E. h Main nr Piedmont 

Hall Nathan H. col, barber, Exchange Hotel, h Church 

Hall Robert H. carpenter and builder, Penn's factory 

Hamlin James H. (Barnes & Hamlin), h cor Main and Gilmer 

Hancock Numa F. drug clerk F. M. Matthews & Co. h Went- 

worth 
Hand Samuel H. farmer, h Scales 
Hancock Thomas W. h Thompsonville rd 

Hardgroove William H. man. Motly & Co. bds Exchange Hotel 
Harding Juseph, Singer machine agt. h E. Market 
Hardnett Edward D. col, (E. D. Hardnett & Son) 
Hardnett E. D. & Son, col, groceries, etc., E. Market 
Hardnett Moses S. (E. D. Hardnett & Son) 

Harville Miss Birdie, saleslady Waddi.ll & Co. bds Mrs. Morrison 
Harris Anthony D. clerk, h at Waddill's store 
Harris Edward B. gen'l. mdse. W. Market 
Harris Elijah B. farmer, h E. Market 
Harris E. Buffin, jr. grocer, h W. Market 
Harris Miss Emmette, h E. Market 
Harris E. Buffin, sr., h Matlock 

Harris Hassell C. (B. Harris & Bro.), h Main [House 

Harris James C. (Crafton, Small & Co.), Scales, bds Doggett 
Harris James M. real estate, h E. Market 
Harris Joseph, cabinet maker, h Danville rd, outside limits 
Harris Julius, col, drayman, h Scales 
Harris Miss Lizzie, h Matlock 
Harris Robert (B. & H. C. Harris), h E. Market 
Harris Bobert & Bro. (B. & H. C. Harris), plug and twist tobacco 

manufacturers, Hall 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E. G. NEWCOMB, Odell Building, 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWFS is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

122 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Harris Samuel S. shoes, hats and gent's furnishing goods, W. 

Market 
Hatchett Daniel, col, tob. dryer, h 5 Halltown 
Hawkins Allen P. (Mayo, Hawkins & Co.), h Cemetery 
Hawkins Coleman E. col, (Hawkins & Gunn) 
Hawkins & Gunn, col, (Coleman E. Hawkins and Chas. W. Gunn) 

saloon and billiard hall, W. Market 
Hawl Eobert, h Ware 

Hay Philip T. shipping clerk Wm. Lindsey & Co.) [Lindsey 

Hay Dr. Pleas A. physician, Fetzer's drug store, h Main cor 
Hazell Green M. h Cemetery 
Hazell John B. tob. buyer, h Cemetery 
Hazell Miss Kate N. h Cemetery 
Hazell William L. tob. buyer, h. Cemetery 
Heal J. D. col, hostler, h Harris 
Henderson Barnum, col, tob. picker, h Harris 
Hensley John T. tob. roller, h Wentworth 
Hervin John, col, lab, h nr Halltown 
Hester Dr. John N. dentist, h Main nr Piedmont 
Hill James, col, hostler, h nr M. E. Church 
Hitchcock Miss Amanda J. fashionable dressmaking, Barnes & 

Hawkins store, h N. end Main 
Hitchcock Burt M. salesman Barnes & Hamlin, h N. end Main 
Hitchcock Isaac L. h Main 
Hodney Edward, col, tob. receiver, h Harris 
Holderby Miss Bettie S. h lane opp. Ellington's factory 
Holderby Miss Maud M. h lane opp. Ellington's factory 
Holderby Miss Nannie, h E. Market [ket 

Holderby Kichard A. leaf receiver Wm. Lindsey & Co. h E. Mar- 
Holderby William J. tob. spreader, h lane opp. Ellington's factory 
Holt Mrs. Emily, wid, h Lindsey nr Wootton 
Hopkins William P. h Arlington 
Hostin Dick, col, tob. roller, h Harris 
Hostin Isaac, col, drayman, h Scales 
Hostin John, col, drayman, h 2 Halltown 
Hostin Rev. William, col, pastor M. E. Church, h Harris 
Houstin Salem, col, driver, h E. Market 
Howard Edward A. printer, bds Arlington 
Howlett George, (Giles & Co.), bds E. Market 
Hubbard John, col, tob. roller, h Hughes 
Hubbard Samuel W. (J. H. Walker & Co.), h Lawsonville 
Huffines Daniel R. clerk, h nr Lindsey 
Huffines Fayette, (Michael & Huffines) 
Huffines John C. painter, h nr Lindsey 
Huffines John D.*clerk Waddill & Co. bds do 
Huffines Mrs. Pamelia A. wid, h nr Lindsey 

. 

Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Factories, Wood Workers, 

Quartz Mills a Specialty with O. W. CAMJR & CO. 



*• The best thing on wheels M is the Champion Farm 
Wagon for sale by W. H. Wakefield & Co., $. Elm. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 123 

Huffines William, meat market, h nr Lindsey [Market 

Hughes Miss Annie L. teacher of languages, h Lawsonville nr E. 
Hughes John R. solicitor Star Warehouse, h Lawsonville 
Hurdle Bruce L. bookkeeper, bds E. Market 
Hutcherson James S. clerk Wm. Lehman, bds L. B. Hall 
Hutchinson James, salesman, bds E. Market 



Ingraham John A. (Terry & Ingraham), h Hughes cor Ware 

Iron Bound Bucket Co. (Denny & Hall), end W. Market 

Irvin Frank D. drug clerk, h Irvin 

Irvin James, insurance clerk, h Irvin 

L'vin James S. (Balsley & Irvin), bds Exchange Hotel 

Irvin Miss Mary H. h Irvin 

Irvin Samuel D. clerk D. E. Morris, h Wooden 

Irvin Walter, paper box maker, h Lindsey 



Jackson Abel, carpenter, h Ruffin rd bey limits 

Jackson Charles W. carpenter, h Ruffin rd bey limits 

Jackson Miss Emma G. h Ruffin rd bey limits 

Jackson George M. section hand, h Ruffin id bey limits 

Jackson Thomas, section hand, h Ruffin rd bey limits 

Jackson William, box-maker, h Ruffin rd bey limits 

Jennings James W. brickmaker, h E. Market 

Jennings William G. contractor and brickmaker, h E. Market 

John Isaac, col, tob. roller, h Scales 

Johnson Miss Ella, h Wentworth 

Johnson George W. tob. buyer, h Wentworth 

Johnson George W. jr., tob. buyer, h Wentworth 

Johnson Joe, col, tob. worker, h W. Market 

Johnson John, col, tob. picker, h Penn's alley 

Johnson John W. tob. buyer, h Wentworth 

Johnson Miss Maggie, millinery, h Lindsey nr Main 

Johnson Oscar, shoemaker, E. Market 

Johnson Pink, col, tob. roller, h rear W. Market 

Johnson Prince, col, porter Lamberth & Williams 

Johnston Austin, col, blacksmith, h W. Market 

Johnston Brothers, (J. B. & J. J. Johnston), mfrs plug and twist 

tobacco, E. Market opp Gilmer 
Johnston James J. (Johnston Bros.), li Lawsonville 
Johnston John B. (Johnston Bros.), h E. Market 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. JSEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPLE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 



124 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Johnston Pink, col, grocer, W. Market 

Jones Miss Agnes B. h Piedmont 

Jones Mrs. Agnes P. wid B. M., h Lindsey 

Jones Alvis C. mason, h Main nr Baptist Church 

Jones Miss Carrie, h Lindsey 

Jones Charles, painter, h Lindsey 

Jones Charles, col, box-maker, h Ware 

Jones Charles S. tinsmith 

Jones James A. delivery clerk B. B. depot, h Main 

Jones Mrs. Martha A. wid W. M. h Piedmont 

Jones Nat, col, tob. roller, h W. Market 

Jones William, col, hostler, h Scales 

Joyce J. Bobert, bookkeeper Piedmont Warehouse, h E. Market 



Keatts James W. student, h Matlock 

Keatts Thomas A. harnessmaker, h Matlock 

Keatts Wm. C. saloon and harnessmaker, E. Market, h Matlock 

Kelly Dick, col, lab, h W. Market 

Kennedy Samuel, col, shoemaker, h E. Market 

Kernodle George S. auctioneer Bedd's warehouse, h Main 

King , tobacco buyer, bds Main 

King Prank M. tobacco buyer, bds Doggett House 
King Edward D., col, grocer, W. Market, h Motley 
King Matt, col, tob. picker, h Motley 
King Porter M. (Wall & King), h Virginia 
Kirkpatrick Edward, bookmaker, h Main 

ROGER JAMES F. col, grocer, wines and liquors, W. Mar- 
ket, h Hall. (See adv) 



Lambert Mrs. Sarah, wid, h Lindsey 

LAIBERTM JOHN E. «fc RRO. (J. E. & J. H. Lam- 
berth) general merchandise, Scales. (See adv) 

J. F. KOGER 

DEALER IN 

Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco 



j 

GROCERIES, «&c. 

WEST MARKET ST., REIDSV1LLE, N. C. 

For Man or T A Q U C E I I I M 8 l\il P Rl T Houston & Emerson, 
Beast use I A II II L t L L I ll 1 III L ll I Greensboro, N. C. 



Large assortment of A |i/l| ADMCUCS R Window Furnishings 
Carpets and Oil-cloths Ul WILL Altm! ItLU Table linen, Towels,&c 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 125 

Lamberth Miss Jennie, h Morehead 

L1MBERTH JOHN E. (Lamberth & Bro. and Lamberth & 

Williams), h E. Market [borogh 

L11BEBTH JOSEPH H. (Lamberth & Bro.), h Kox- 

Lamberth & Williams (John E. Lamberth and George D. Will- 
iams) dealers in gen'al merchandise, c E. Market & Gilmer 

-HfcliflMBEPfl § WIMiIfljajS,**- 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



Groceries and Provisions, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, 

Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, Flour and Feed. Meats, Wood 

and Willowware, Canned Goods, Drugs and Medicines. Agents 

for Gale & Ax Celebrated Snuffs, and Special Agents for Pa- 

tapsco Baking Powder, wholesale and retail. 

Cor. W. Market and Gilmer Sts., - REIDSVILIi"E, N. C. 

Lamkin Daniel, col, lab, h Harris row 

Law Thomas B., manager Harris Bros., h Main nr Lindsey 
Lawson David, col, driver, h Main 

EEAI>EI& WAREHOUSE, A. M. Whitsett & Co., proprs., 
Gilmer. (See adv) 

Whitsett & Grafton. Plesant McMichael. J M. Andrews. 



¥he Lieadep Wapeh©MSe, 

A. M. WHITSETT & CO, Proprietors. 

We give our Special Attention to all Tobacco entrusted to our 
charge and guarantee the Highest Prices. 

VW Best accommodations for Planters and their teams of any warehouse in town. 

' REIDSVILLE, N, C. 

Lee Anderson, col, tob. roller, h Scales 

Lee Bedford, col, tob. roller, h Motley 

Lee Burt, carpenter, bds Arlington 

Lee Jerry, col, tob. picker, h Motley 

Lee John, carpenter, h lane opp Ellington's factory 

Lee John W. carpenter, h lane opp Ellington's factory 

Lehman William, clothing, shoes and hats, Ellington bldg, W. 

Market, h Matlock 
Lemons Bill, col, lab, h 17 Halltown 
Leonard Albert, col, tob. picker, h Wentworth 

Old Jamaica Hum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C. 



Ready-Made Clothing in correct styles, best materi- 
als and lowest prices at SAMPLE 8. BROWN'S. 

126 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Leonard John W. painter, bds Halltown 

Lewellyn Alex. L. (Matthews & Lewellyn), h Wentworth rd 

Lewis Charles, farmer, h Ware cor Harris 

LEWIS CMAiaiiES F. editor and propr. Eeidsville Times, 

Gilmer nr Scales, h Scales 
Lewis William D. carpenter, h Wentworth 

Lesueur James W., col, waiter Exchange Hotel, h nr Baptist ch. 
Linden 0. F., h Scales 

Lindsay W. Henry, col, barber, h W. Market [Mam 

Lindsey William (William Lindsey & Co.), T. L. Eanly & Co., h 
Lindsev William, jr. gen. supt. Wm. Lindsey & Co. h Main 
Mffl>$EY WM. & CO. (William Lindsey, T. L. Kawley, S. 

J. Sampson), mfrs. plug and twist tobacco, W. Market 
Longest Miss Amelia F. h Cemetery 
Longest Jiles N. mechanic, h Cemetery 
Longest John P. mechanic, h Cemetery 
Lovelace Miss Cynthia C. h E. Market 
Lovelace Jiles, butcher, h Sharp 
Lovelace Matthew G. meat dealer, h Sharp 
Lovelace Samuel A. wheelwright, h E. Market 
Lovelace Walter, carpenter, h E. Market 
Lovelace William, lab, h Sharp 
Lowe Morrice, clerk, h Burnett town 
Loyd Newman S. press foreman Wm. Lindsey & Co. 
Lyle Joseph H. (Denny, Lyle & Co.), h Piedmont cor Wootton 
Lyle William, lab, h Spencer 

zm: c . 

McCadney Smith, col, tob. roller, h Scales 

McCargo Miss Annie B. h Main nr Lindsey 

McCargo James M. (McCargo & Neal), h Main 

McCargo & Neal (J. M. McCargo and J. L. Neal), furniture and 

undertaker, Scales 
McCargo Thomas B. (T. B. McCargo & Co.), h Main 
McCargo T. B. & Co. (T. B. McCargo and J. M. Walker), gen'l. 

merchandise, cor Scales and Gilmer 
McCartney John W. foreman, h Thompsonville rd 
McCoy John contractor, E. Market, h Thompsonville rd 
McCoy Joseph W. mason, h Thompsonville rd 
McCoy Josiah K. mason, h Thompsonville rd 
McCabbage Mrs. S. A. wid, h Scales 
McGee James, col, tob. roller, h Penn's alley 
McGehee Thomas, meat cutter 
McKane George, col. tob. picker, h Harris 

O. W. CAJRM & CO., General Insurance Agt. Best English and 
American Companies. Aggregate assets over $200,000,000. 



Money will secure good bargains in Tin, Wood and 
Willou ware at W. H. Wakefield «& Co., S. Kim St. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 127 

McKane 'Squire, col, tob. prizer, h Harris 

McKane Wash, col, tob. picker, h Harris 

McKinney William, tob. buyer, h Cemetery [Main 

MeMICHAER JAMES P. (A. M. Whitson & Co.), bds 

McMillan Warren C. shoemaker, bds Morehead 

McNeill George R. prin. Reidsville Male Academy, h Lindsey 

McVay John, col, works factory, bds Main 

im: 

Maclock Mrs. C. wid, boarding house, h Arlington 
Macklin & Emerson (Mack and Wash), barbers, W. Market 
MACK «fc WASH (W. M. Macklin and G. W. Emerson, bar- 
bers, W. Market. (See adv) 

W. M. MACKLIN. Q. W. EMERSON. 



MACK & WASH, 



Hair Cutting a Specialty. Give us a Call. Satisfaction Guaranteed 



West Market, next door to Eagle Warehouse, Reidsville. 

Macklin William M. col, (Mack & Wash), W. Market 

Macklin William, col, barber, h Motley 

Manly Rufus (A. J. Smith & Co.), h nr Reids' mill 

Mann George, col, tob. picker, h Ware 

Martin & 13ro. saloon, E. Market 

Martin & Burton, col, (J. G. Martin and F. H. Burton), grocers, 

E. Market 
Martin Charles, (Martin Bros.) h Motley 
Martin Charles, col, lab, h Penn's Alley 

Martin Harden T. (White & Martin), h Lindsey bey Wootton 
Martin James, col, wks factory, h Main 
Martin John, col, groceries, W. Market, h Main 
Martin Joseph G. col, (Martin & Burton), h nr Motley's factory 
Martin Joseph P. wines and liquors, Main, h do 
Martin Randolph, col, lab, h Irvin 
Martin Sandy, (Martin Bros.) h Henry 
Martin Sarah, col, wid, h Main 
Martin William, col, porter, h Penn's Alley 

Budiveis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C. 



SAUIPUE S. BR»Wi\ carries the largest stock of 
liadies', Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

128 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Mathews Cave J. (Mathews & Williams), h Main 

Mathews Claude A. h Main cor Lindsey 

Mathews & Williamson, (C. J. Mathews and P. H. Williamson), 

general merchandise, W. Market [Main 

Matthews Dr. Frank M. (F. M. Matthews & Co.) h Lindsey nr 
MATTHEWS F. W. & ۩., (F. M. Matthews, Dr. J. R. 

Raine, and Dr. H. L. Patrick), druggists and seedsmen, 

Scales. (See adv) 

Druggists and Chemists, 

Drugs and Medicines, Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles 
and Fancy Goods. 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

Matthews Leonard W. (Matthews & Lewellyn), h W. Market 

Matthews & Lewellyn, pros Star Saloon, W. Market 

Maxwell Frank C. miller, h Brownsumit rd 

May David, jr. job printer, h Settle 

May J. W. editor Daily Call, h Settle cor Scales 

Maynard John, clerk, h Arlington 

Maynard John A. (clerk Matthews & Williamson), bds Matlock 

Mayo Hawkins & Co. (W. P. Mayo, A. P. Hawkins, and Paul 

Carraway), mfrs plug, twist and navy tobacco, W Market 
MAYO ROBERT I. (R. I Mayo & Co!) h Main 
MAYO K. I. <fc CO. (Robert I. Mayo and John R. Webster), 

job printers, commercial work of all kinds, cor W. Market 

and Morehead. (See adv) 



R. I. MAYO & CO., 

ill 

A Specialty of Tobacco Manufacturers Work, Labels Strips, Tags, &c. 

pil Kinds ©i G©FRmeP|iaI PFi^ieg- 

DONE IN THE BEST STYLE AT THE LOWEST PRICES. 

Cor. Morehead and W. Market Streets, - REIDSVILLE, I C. 

Sure Cure for TftQIjrri B mjftirMT Houston & Emerson, 
Cholera Morbus. I Alt flEXl LIIIIIYIlII I Props. 



Th- leading Dry Goods A 11111 1 Qliriri ALatest stylcsin Ladies' 

and Clothing House. |J fl |f|LL AfllYlrluLU dress goods & notions. 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 129 

Mayo William P. (Mayo, Hawkins & Co.) h Cemetery 

Mebane William N. (Mebane & Scott), lawyer, h Wentworth, C. H. 

Mebane & Scott, (William N. Mebane and Hugh E. Scott), att'ys 

and counsellors at law, Keid Building, W. Market 
Meldau John A. manager W. U. Telegraph Co., R. R. depot, h 

Ridge 
Meyers Jos. col, mortar mixer, h 4 Hall town 
Michael & Huffine, meat market, 2 Market house 
Michael John S. (Michael & Huffine), h nr Piedmont 
Miller Edward D. tobacco roller 
Miller George, (R. M. Miller & Son), h Matlock 
Miller James S. (R. M. Miller & Son), h Matlock 
Miller Robert M., (R. M. Miller & Son), h Matlock 
Miller Robert M. & Son, (R. M. and George Miller), groceries and 

confectionery, E. Market 
Millis Abe, col, drayman, h Arlington 
Millner Miss Hattie L. student, h Lindsey 
Mills Julius, col, tobacco picker, h Harris 
Mims John, (Giles & Co.) bds E. Market 
Minor John, col, hostler, R. Scales 
Moir Walter, col, hostler, h bey saw-mill 
Montgomery Mrs. Annie E. wid Alvis D. h Lawsonville 
Montgomery Jeff, col, tobacco worker, h Harris' row 
Montgomery Lee, col, tobacco roller, h Harris' row 
Montgomery Warren, col, lab, h Harris' row 
Moore Raney S. tobacco buyer, h Wentworth 
Moore Sidney T. h Main nr limits 
Moore Squire, col, farmer, h Harris 
Moore Thomas E. h Main nr Lindsey 
Morgan John H. col, teacher 
Morris A. L. h nr Wentworth 

Morris David E. general merchandise, Scales, h do 
Morris Reed, col, tob. twister, h Piedmont 
Morrison Mrs. Betty R. wid James S. h Piedmont 
Morrison Howard L. check clerk R. R. depot, h Arlington 
Morrison John, col, lab, h W. Market 
Morrison Miss Lillian A. h Piedmont 
Morse Brag, col, tob. picker, h Penn's alley 
Morton George W. meat market, 7 Market House 
Morton Samuel M. col, groceries, E. Market, h do 
Mosby Daniel, col, tob. worker, h Hughes 
Mosley Charles A. leaf tob. dealer, bds Main 
Motley A. H. (A. H. Motley & Co.), h E. Market 
Motley A. H. jr., (A. H. Motley & Co.), h E. Market 
Motley A. H. & Co. (A. H. & A. H. Motley, jr. and J. A. Thomas) 

plug, twist and navy tob. mfrs, E. Market 

Everything good to drink at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Greensboro, iV. C. 



SAMPLE S. BROWN does the leading Shoe and 
Hat business in Greensboro. 

130 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Motley Giles O. h E. Market 

Motley John, col, driver, li nr Wrav's sawmill 

Motley Miss Mattie S. li E. Market" 

Motley Miss Mollie E. h E. Market 

Motley Thomas J. h E. Market 

Moyer Walter, col, hostler, h 18 Halltown 

Murphy Kufus, col, tob. feeder, h Harris 

iisr 

Nance Miss Minnie, milliner 
Neal John L. (McCargo & Neal) h Main 
Neal Nelson, col, lab, h rear W. Market 
Neal Philip, tob. picker, h Piedmont 
Neal Tilghman, col, tob. roller, h Scales 

Neal Tom, col, tob. prizer, h Harris [Gilmer 

JfEWELL WILLIAM M. manager Cornatzer & Bro., h 
Newman Mrs. J. B. wid, h Gilmer 
Newman Miss L. V. h Gilmer 

New York and Southern Telegraph Co., Connor L. Smith, mana- 
ger, Exchange Hotel 
Noel Leslie W. bookkeeper H. Sampson & Co., h E. Market 
Noell Wade, col, tob. picker, h Penn's alley 
Norman Miss Mattie F. school teacher, h W. Market 
North Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, h nr Cemetery 
North John, bartender, h nr Cemetery 
Norwood Ambrose, col, tob. packer, h E. Market 



Oakes Albert W. mason, h Thompson ville rd 

Oakes Miss Alice I. h Thompsonville rd 

Oakes Mrs. Fannie A. wid George W. h Thompsonville rd 

Oakley James L. architect, h Lindsey bey Wootton 

Oakley Miss Mary L. h Lindsey bey Wootton 

Oakley Will, col, tob. worker, h Scales 

O'Brien Miss Catherine, h Main bey Piedmont 

O'Brien John M. (O'Brien Sons & Co.), h Main 

O'Brien, Sons & Co. (J. M., W. W. and T. M. O'Brien and S. M. 

Tyree), general merchandise, E. Market nr Gilmer 
O'Brien Thomas M. (O'Brien Sons & Co.), h Main bey Piedmont 
O'Brien Willie W. (O'Brien Sons & Co.), h Main 
Osborne Miss Mary P. h Wootton nr Piedmont 
Overby L. C. tob. buyer, bds Doggett House 

Over $150,000 Losses Paid through Agency of 
O. W. CAMS, & CO. 



Buy the Royal St. John Sewing; Machine from 
W. M. WAKEFIELD «& CO.. So. Elm St. 

REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 131 

Overman Charles H. bonded clerk U. S. Revenue office, h Main 
Owen Chambers R. teacher, h Lindsey 



Pace Alexander, col, eating house, Reid's Warehouse 

Paisley S. W. bookseller, stationer, news agency and job printer, 
E. Market, h do 

Palmer Allen, col, porter, h Hughes 

Palmer Allen, jr. col, lab, h Hughes 

Palmer Clem, col, lab, h Hughes 

Palmer William B. foreman Denny & Hall, h W. Main 

Parish Henry G. (J. M. Parish & Sod), h Wootton nr Piedmont 

Parish John M. (J. M. Parish & Son), h Wootton nr Piedmont 

Parish J. M. & Son (J. M. and H. G. Parish), carriage infra, and 
blacksmiths, W. Market 

Parish Lewis, col, tob. packer, h E. Market 

Parish Mrs. Mary A. wid, h Main 

Parish Robert H. drug clerk, h Main 

Parish Miss Sallie F. h Main 

Pascall John, farmer, h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Pascall Miss Mary S. h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Paschal James, clerk, h Settle cor Scale 

Paschar Thomas W. farmer, h Main nr Piedmont 

Patrick Dr. Hugh L. physician and surgeon, also F. M. Mat- 
thews & Co., P. O. Monroeton 

Patterson George, col, drayman, h Scales 

Patterson Samuel E. col, bartender, h E. Market 

Payne Frank W. (Wharton & Payne), h Cemetery 

Payne Will, col, tob. worker, h Sharp 

Peay James W. (J. W. Peay & Co.), h Main 

Peay J. W. & Co. (J. W. Peay and T. B. Doggette), hardware and 
carriage repository, Scales 

Penn Charles, col, tob prizer, h Motley 

Penn Charles A. student, h E. Market 

Penn Dallas, col, tob. roller, h W. Market 

Penn F. R. & Co. (F. R. & S. C. Penn), plug and twist tobacco 
mfrs., E. Market 

Penn Frank R. (F. R. Penn & Co.), h E. Market 

Penn George, col, lab, h Sharp 

Penn James A. tobacconist, h E. Market 

Penn James W. clerk, h E. Market 

Penn Joseph L. tobacconist, h E. Market 

Penn Miss Mary C. h E. Market 

Penn Paddock, col, tob. picker, h Harris 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



All the Novelties in Ladies 9 Dress Goods can be seen 
as soon as out, at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S. 

132 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Perm Quince, col, capper, h Harris 
Penn Robert, col, tob. roller, li Harris 
Penn Robert, col, tob. worker, h W. Market 
Penn Samuel (F. R. Penn & Co.), h Main above Morehead 
Penn Thomas, printer, li E. Market 
Perry Jacob, col, tob. packer, h Scales 
Pettigrew Charles T. clerk, h Arlington 
Petty Poke, col, lab, h Main 

Phillips Emerson E. clerk, li Lindsey [ket 

Phillips Robert, livery, wines and liquors, E. Market, h W. Mar- 
Piedmont Warehouse, Ellington & Griffin props., W. Market opp 

Depot 
Pinnix Frank (Frank Pinnix & Co.), h Main bey Piedmont 
Pinnix Frank & Co. (Frank Pinnix, Coleman Brand and Clement 

M. Good), general merchandise, Scales 
Pinnix George W. leaf tobacco dealer, W. Market opp Exchange 

Hotel, h Piedmont 
Pinnix Henry M. (Pinnix & Co.), h Lindsey 
Pinnix Mrs. Hannah (wid J. C), li Main 
Pinnix Miss Lulu G. h Piedmont 
Pinnix Major H. (M. H. Pinnix & Co.), h Virginia 
Pinnix M. H. & Co. (M. H. Pinnix and A. H. Galloway), leaf 

tobacco dealers, W. Market opp Exchange Hotel 
Pinnix Miss Ossie F. h Piedmont 
Pinnix Miss Susan E. h Main bey Piedmont 
Pitts W. carpenter, h Spencer 
Pool W. Rawley, mason, h Lindsey 
Powell James C. tob. picker, h Lindsey 
Powell Dr. Sidner A. physician, over Basley's drug store, h Main 

near Lindsey 
Pratt Edward, col, shoemaker, W. Market 
Preston Hart, col, tob. prizer, h rear W. Market 
Price Alfred S. clerk J. M. Tesh, h Matlock 
Price Anthony, col, tob. worker, h Sharp 
Price Miss Dora A. h Matlock 
Price George, col, box planer, h Ware 
PRICE «fe GARRETT, (S. A. Price and A. H. Garrett), 

wines and liquors, Gilmer 
Price Lemuel O. blacksmith, h Matlock 
Price Miss Man da E. h Matlock 
Price Miss Mary J. h Matlock 
Price Miss Sally, h W. Market 
Price T. Robert, boarding house, Arlington 
PRICE SAMUEL A. (Price & Garrett), h Matlock 
Price William H. livery, h W. Market 



s £S:^r Houston & Emerson TT 



Dry Goods, Clothing p lilll IJ 1 DMCin R Hat3 ' CapS and 
Boots and Shoes. Ul WILL AnllM IlLU Gents Furnishings. 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 133 



Q, 

QUItfCY 6EOR6E R. proprietor Exchange Hotel, E. Mar- 
ket opp depot. (See back page) 

Kaine Dr. John K. physician and surgeon, also F. M. Matthews 
& Co. h Wentworth, 0. H. 

Raney Mrs. Elizabeth T. wid John G. h Main nr limits 

Rascoe Edward, fireman, h nr Cemetery 

Rascoe "William, farmer, h nr Cemetery 

Rawley Miss Berta May, student, h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Eawley Edgar L. bookkeeper, h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Rawley Mrs. Elizabeth J. wid C. h Main nr Lindsey 

Rawley Taylor L. (Wm. Lindsey & Co.), h Lindsey cor Wootton 

Rawley T. L. & Co. dealers in general merchandise, cor E. Mar- 
ket and Morehead 

Read Isaac, foreman leaf dept. H. Sampson & Co. h do 

Redd Edmund M. tob. worker, h Wootton 

Redd E. Matt. (E. M. Redd & Co.), h Main nr Piedmont 

Redd E. M. & Co. (E. M. and J. H. Redd), dealers in leaf tobac- 
co, cor Morehead and Harris 

Redd John B. (Redd & Co ), h Main nr Lindsey 

Redd John H. (E. M. Redd & Co.), h Main 

REDD'S WAREHOUSE, Smith, Blackwell & Co., proprie- 
tors, Scales nr Doggett bldg 

Ree Willis, col, tob. roller, h Harris 

Reed Frank, col, tob. picker, h Harris 

Reed Henry, col, blacksmith, h Wentworth rd 

Reed Robert E. manager, h Main 

Reese Walter, col, tob. prizer, h rear W. Market 

Reese R. bartender, h E. Market 

Reid Albert H. (A. H. Reid & Co.), h Main 

Reid A. H. & Co., general merchandise, Gilmer nr Scales 

Reid David S. ex-Gov. North Carolina, h E. Market c Lawsonville 

Reid Hugh K. h Main above Morehead 

Reid Miss Martha C. h Irvin 

Reid Miss Nettie, h Main above Morehead 

Reid Robert E. tob. worker, h Irvin 

Reid Thomas S. lawyer, W. Market, h E. Market c Lawsonville 

Reid Warren, wheelwright, h Irvin 

Remington Ernest P. express clerk R. R. depot, h Arlington 

Remington William F. carpenter and builder, h Arlington 

Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Buy your Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil-cloths, Cur- 
tains and Curtain Goods at Sample S. Brown's. 

134 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Keynolds Charles, carpenter, h Harris 

Reynolds Elwood 0. marble cutter, bds Arlington 

Rice George D. clerk, h Main 

Richard C. groceries, W. Market 

Richard Gersen, grocer, h E. Market 

Richardson David, col, carpenter, hr W. Market 

Richardson Edmund E. (Henry Sampson & Co.), h Belmont 

Richardson Gilbert, col, tob. prizer, h Scales 

Richardson John, col, tob. picker, h nr Halltown 

Richardson Miss Marion S. h Belmont 

Richardson Mitchell, book-keeper, R. P. Richardson, Sr. 

Richardson Peter, tobacconist, h Main 

Richardson Robert P., Sr., general merchandise, W. Market opp 
Depot, h Belmont 

Richardson Robert P., Jr. (R. P. Richardson, Jr. & Co.), bds Ex- 
change Hotel 

Richardson R. P., Jr. & Co., (R. P. Richardson, R. P., Jr., and 
A. E. Walter), smoking tobacco mfrs., Hall 

Richardson Thomas, grocer, W. Market 

Richardson Thomas, weigh master, Piedmont, h Lane opp El- 
lington factory 

Roach John A. (Smith, Blackwell & Co.), h Main bey Piedmont 

Roach Mrs. J. A. & Son, dry goods, millinery and notions, 
Morehead 

Roach Miss Minnie, h Main bey Piedmont 

Roach William, clerk, h Main bey Piedmont 

Roach Willie M. (Mrs. J. A. Roach & Son), h Main 

Roan Robert L. leaf tob. dealer, h Lawsonville rd 

Robinson Frank, col, tob. caser, h Penn's al 

Robinson Harvey, student, h Main 

Robinson Joseph C. man. Motley's, bds E. Market 

Rockingham Club Room, E. Market 

Rockwell Huntington, student, h Lindsey 

Rogan John, col, tob. prizer, h Richardson row 

Rogers Jerry, col, box caser, h Motley [Harrison 

Rominger Cornelius A. dentist, Morehead, h cor Wootton and 

Rorer Letcher, farmer, h W. Market 

Rudd Og, col, lab, h Scales 

Rudd Thomas Y. tin smith, Ford & Guerrant 

Ruffin Sterling, chief clerk U. S. Revenue office, bds Exchange 
Hotel 



Salmons J. Willis, col, meat market, 8 Market House 
Sampson Cornelius E. (H. Sampson & Co.), h Main 

O. W. CAMJR & CO., General Insurance Agent. 

Accident, Fire, Life, Tornado. 



Building: Material of all kinds at Bottom Prices at 
TV. H. WAKEFIELD «fc CO., So. Elm St. 

REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 135 

Sampson Henry (H. Sampson & Co.), h Main 

Sampson H. & Co. (Henry Sampson, E. E. Richardson and C. E. 

Sampson), mi'rs. plug and twist tobacco, E. Market nr 

Morehead 
Sampson Percy M. asst. dipper, h Main nr Lindsey 
Sampson Samuel J. (William Lindsay & Co.), h Main 
Sands John, tob. handler, h Wentworth [E. Market 

Satterfield John W. (Johnston, Hall &, Co.), h Lawsonville cor 
Saunders Anderson, col, farmer, h 6 Hall town 
Saunders Anthony, col, tob. roller, h W. Market 
Saunders Frank, col, lab, h nr Lawsonville 
Scales Calvin H. clerk, h Main 
Scales Miss Cora M. h Main 

Scales Miss Emma, prin. Eeidsville Fern. Acad, h Lawsonville 
Scales Joseph M. floor man. Piedmont Warehouse, h Wentworth 

road 
Scales Lewis, col, cook, h Harris 
Scales Peter, col, mason, h Scales 

Scales Pleas. H. jr. clerk R. P. Richardson, sr., h W. Market 
Scales Robert H. stamp clerk U. S. Revenue office, h Wentworth 
Scales Rufus, col, mason, h Harris 
Scales Thomas, col, tob. roller, h r W. Market 
Scales William, tob. roller, h Harris 
Scoggins Thomas F. tobacconist, h E. Market 
SCOTT HUGH K. (Mebane & Scott), lawyer, also prest. 

Citizens' Bank, bds Exchange Hotel 
Scott Sidney, col, tobacco worker, h Sharp 
Scott Youger, col, tobacco worker, h Sharp 
Scuffin Miss Annie B. music teacher, Reidsville Female Seminary, 

h Lawsonville nr E. Market 
Seacrease Alfred, carpenter, bds E. Market 
Setlff Daniel A. tob. roller, h Arlington 

Setliff Thomas W. (H. Sampson & Co.), Factory, h Arlington 
Settliff Mrs. wid, h Arlington 
Settle Daniel, col, hostler, r Scales 
Settle Moses, col, drayman, h Scales 
SETTIiE THOMAS, Jr. attorney and counsellor at law, and 

solicitor Ninth Judicial District, office Reid Building, W. 

Market 
Sharp A. Green, carpenter, h Sharp 
Sharp Isaac W. bricklayer, <fcc. bds Matlock 
Sharp Jacob O. carpenter, h Sharp 
Sharp J. Robert E. L., carpenter, h Sharp 
Sharp Pierson, carpenter, h outside limits 
Sharp William, carpenter, h Sharp 
Sharp William A. G. carpenter, h Wentworth 

Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



SAMPLE, S. BROWS'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Hoy's Shoes of all kinds. 



136 



EEIDSVILLE DIRECTOEY. 



Sherman James, col, tob. caser, li Scales 

Shreves John, tob. buyer, h Scales 

Simpson Fayt. col, lab, h Wentworth 

Simpson Henry, col, tob. twister, li W. Market 

Simpson Miss L. h Arlington 

Simpson Marshall, col, fireman, h Harris 

Simon J. W. col, carpenter, h Harris 

Slacle Henry, col, brickmaker, h Scales 

Slater Thomas, col, restaurant, W. Market, h E. Market 

Mrs. T. S. SLAUGHTER, 

I^TAUpT, LU]teH I BQAiyDIMGj HOOgE 



Board by the day or week at reasonable rates. Meals at all hours. 
Full accommodations for transient guests. 



West Market Street, 



REIDSVILLE, N. C. 



SLAUGHTER MRS. THOMAS S. col, restaurant under 

Redd's warehouse, W. Market, h E. Market. (See adv) 
SLAUGHTER T. S. W. Market. (See adv) 




T. 3. gn^ngpTE^ 



DEALER IN 






Sausages, Vegetables, Fruits, Fish, 
Oysters, Etc., Etc. 

MARKET HOUSE STALL No. £ 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 



Sloane James, sr. tobacco clerk U. S. Eevenue office, h Main 
Sloane James, jr., Int. Eevenue officer, h Main nr Piedmont 
Sloane Robert M. cashier Bank of Reidsville, h Main 
Small William W. saloon and billiard hall, Gilmer, W. Market 

and Scales, h W. Market 
Small Woodson W. (Crafton & Small), bds Doggett 
Smiley Andrew J. printer, h Gillam cor Hughes 
Smiley Mrs. Andrew J. wid, h Gillam cor Hughes 



Sure Cure for 
Poison Oak, 



TAR HEEL LINIMENT 



Bites or Poison- 
ous Stings, 



Carpets and Oil-cloths fi IAIN ADMClCl fl lowest P" ces > largest 
All designs and styles (Jl fv ILL ABlillr SlLU stocK in Greensboro. 



EEIDSVILLE DIEECTOEY. 137 

Smiley Charles H. salesman, h Gillam cor Hughes 
Smiley George F. clerk, h Gillam cor Hughes 
Smiley William M. bottler, h Gillam cor Hughes 
Smith Alta L. (A. L. Smith & Co.) h Lindsey [head 

Smith Andrew J. (A. J. Smith & Co.) h cor W. Market and More- 
Smith Miss Annie L. h Main 
Smith A. J. & Co. (Andrew J. Smith and Kufus Manly), general 

merchandise, cor W. Market and Morehead 
Smith A. L. & Co. (A. L. Smith and H. W. Gardner), books, 

stationery and confectionery, Scales 
Smith Benjamin C. (clerk W. P. Ware), bds Scales cor Morehead 
SMITH, BLACKWEUL «& CO. (J. Willie Smith, J. H. 

Blackwell, J. A. Boach, and D. A. Apple), props Bedd's 

warehouse, Scales 
Smith Calvin, col, blacksmith, h Scales 
Smith Connor L. clerk Exchange Hotel, and manager N. Y. & 

Southern Telegraph office, Exchange Hotel 
Smith Mrs. Emily, h Main 

Smith Guy A. (clerk Sam. Smith & Co.) h Main 
Smith Joseph T. (Smith & Smith), h Danville rd outside limits 
Smith Junius B. Mayor, h Main 
Smith J. Willie, (Smith, Blackwell & Co.) h Main 
Smith Dr. J. W. physician, E. Market 

Smith Samuel, (Samuel Smith & Co.) h Main [Market 

Smith Samuel & Co. general merchandise, Ellington Block, W. 
Smith & Smith, (W. H. & J. T. Smith), furniture, undertaker, and 

carpets, Scales 
Smith Thomas L. (clerk Sam. Smith & Co.) h Main 
Smith Miss Virginia L. h nr Wray's saw-mill 
Smith William H. (Smith & Smith), h Scales 
Smith William T. clerk, h Main nr Piedmont 
Sommer Lewis, baker and confectioner, E. Market, h do 
Southern Express Co. N. C. Thompson agt, B. B. depot 
Sparrow B. L. barkeeper, bds E. Market 
Stallings Junius B. auctioneer Star Warehouse, h Matlock 
Stamey Mildred, student, h Scales 

STAME1 KEY. P. F. W. pastor M. E. Church, h Scales 
Stanley Miss Maiy, h Irvin 
Staples Lee, col, tob. worker, h Hughes 
Staples John G. (Barnes, Staples <fe Co.), h Lindsey 
Staples Tilghmau, col, dry spreader, h Harris 
STAPLES 1>R. WILLIAM €. physician, insurance and 

justice of the peace, W. Market, h Lawsonville. (See adv) 
Staples William B. (Barnes, Staples & Co.), h Lindsey 
Star Warehouse, (Watt Bros. & Womack), W. Market 
Starrett Lawrence L. shipping clerk Wm. Lindsey & Co. 

White label Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout at 
E, G. NEWCOMB, Odell Building, 



The Motto at SAMPIE S. BROWN'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

138 REIDSVILLE DIRECTOEY. 

DR. W. C. STAPLES, 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

-^FlPi Iiiifaif©^ 

Represents several of the largest companies in the world, and will 
give as favorable terms as any other agent. Losses adjusted and paid 
promptly. 

Stevens James, farmer, h Hughes cor Ware 
Stevens Lewis, manager H. Sampson & Co. h Motley 
Stewart William C. h Wentworth rd 
Still Miss Pattie, h Virginia 

Still Thomas W. agt. Singer sewing machines, h Virginia 
Stockton George, col, tob. wringer, h nr Lawsonville 
Stokes Harrison, col, lab, h nr Sharp 
Stokes Harrison, jr., tob. worker, h Harris 
Stokes James, tob. worker, h Harris 
Stokes John, col, farmer, h Harris 
Stokes John Y. farmer, h Matlock 
Stokes Thomas, col, tob. worker, h Harris 

Stokes Thomas W. floor manager Star Warehouse, h E. Market 
Stone Henry D. carpenter, h Piedmont 
Stone Miss Laura, saleslady, h E. Market 
Stone M. P. photographer, Morehead, h Arlington 
Stover Charles, carpenter, h Scales 
Strong Robert, col, tob. receiver, h Harris 

ST. SOTG «& BRO. (G. W. and E. P. St. Sing), carriage mak- 
ers and blacksmiths, W. Market. (See adv) 
ST. SING ERWOF P. (St. Sing & Bro.), h Wentworth 
ST. SOTG OEORGJE IV. (St. Sing & Bro.), h Wentworth 

G. W. St. SING. E. P. St. SING. 

ST. SffiQ & BB©TP1B, 

CARRME AHD WABOH MANUFACTURERS 

Jobbing a Specialty. Blacksmitking and Woodworking in 
all its branches. Give us a call. 

West Market Street, REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

NO POLICY ever yet CONTESTED written by 
O. W. CAMM & CO. 



The Missouri Steam Washer that washes without 
rubbing, at W. H. Wakefield «& Co., So. Elm St. 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 139 

Stubfield Dave, col, floor hand, h Harris 
Stultz J. Frank, manager R. P. Richardson, sr., h Main 
Suttonfield John D. clerk Lambreth & Williams 
Swan Maston, farmer, h lane opp Ellington's factory 
Sydney Robert, col, tob. picker, h Harris 



Tatham Frank, col, lab, h Scales 
Taylor Ann, col, cook Exchange Hotel 
Taylor Frank M. (Fells & Taylor) bcls Doggett House 
Taylor Mrs. Tatie 0. wid C. H. h Ruffin rd bey limits [ings 

Terry George, floor manager Leader Warehouse, bds Mr. Gauld- 
Terry Henry, col, tob. worker, h Scales 

Terry & Ingram, (T. N. Terry and J. A. Ingram), general mer- 
chandise, Gilmer 
Terry S. Fleming, (T. L. Rawley & Co.), h Wentworth rd 
Terry Thomas N. (Terry & Ingram), r E. Market 
Tesh James A. jeweler, grocer and confectionery, Doggett bldg, 

h Matlock 
TESH JAMES M. merchant, h Arlington. (See adv) 

J. M. TESH, 
Leading Watchmaker Jeweler, 

DEALER IN FINE 

CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES 

Musical Instruments and Strings, Machine Needles, Oil, Attachments, etc., etc. Fine 

Repairing a Specialty. Most extensive line of Tools and Machinery for GOOD and FINE WORK 

of any Jeweler in Western North Carolina. 

DOGGETT BUILDING, - REIDSVILLE, K. C. 

Thacker David, col, lab, h Scales 

Thacker Joseph, student, h Lindsey 

The Keidsville Times, issued every Friday, C. F. Lewis, editor 

and proprietor, Gilmer nr Scales 
Thomas Miss Clara, h E. Market 
Thomas Henry E. real estate, h E. Market 
Thomas Henry E. jr., supt. h E. Market 
Thomas Nirum, col, tob. caser, h Harris 
Thomas James A. (A. H. Motley & Co.) h E. Market 
Thomas Kobert, (Thomas & Young), bds E. Market [depot 

Thomas Robert S. wines, liquors and billiard hall, W. Market nr 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. XEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



Every suit and garment sold at SAMPLE S. 
BROWN'S guaranteed to be as represented. 

140 REIDSVILLE DIRECTOEY. 

Thomas William S. meat market, h E. Market 

Thomason R. J. carpenter, bds Arlington 

Thompson Nebraska 0. ex. and station agt. R. R. depot, h Main 

Thornton A. Edward, tinsmith, h Lindsey 

Thornton Oscar F. wines and liquors, W. Market nr Morehead, 

hdo 
Tilghman Yock, col, lab, h Harris 
Tilley Benjamin F. tob. roller, h Sharp 
Tinsley Doc. col, tob. prizer, h Motley 
Tollok Thomas, tinsmith Ford & Guerrant 
Totton Thomas R. (Totton & Walker), h Thompson's rd 
Totton & Walker, (Thomas R. Totton and Robert H. Walker), 

general merchandise, Gilmer 
Troeger Henry, clerk, h W. Market 
Truitt Miss Annie B. h Cemetery 
Tucker Eugene J. dental student, bds Main 
Tucker Thomas M. bookkeeper Bank of Reidsville, h Main 
Tucker Mrs. T. M. manager millinery department, h Main 
Tucker William H. school teacher, h Main cor Morehead 
Tullock Miss Alice, h Sharp 
Tullock John R. tob. roller, h Sharp 
Tullock John S. clerk, r Smith's store 
Tullock Miss Lillian, h Sharp 
Turner Henry S. student, h Thompsonville road 
Tyree Thomas M. (O'Brien Sons & Co.), h Main 

TJ 

Underhill William B. tinsmith, bds Scales 
Utley Thomas M. painter, h Wentworth 

V 

Yaugh Robert G. collector Bank of Reidsville, h E. Market 

Venable Mrs. Dora P. h Main nr Lindsey 

Vernon William W. wines and liquors, E. Market h do 

Waddill & Co. gen. mdse. Morehead, h Main 
Waddill James H. tob. mfr. h E. Market 
Waddill John M. (Waddill & Co.), h Main cor Morehead 
Wade Drew, clerk, h Ware 

For Man or T A Q LI E E | I IMIMCnlT Houston & Emerson, 
Beast use I All MLlL lUlllllLll I Greensboro, X. C. 



Large assortment of f> 141 II ADMCICI Fl W * n d:>w Furnishings 
Carpets and Oil-cloths Uq WILL A II IVI I IlLU Table linen, Towels,&c 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 141 

Wade Luther, man. Motley's, h Ware 

Walker David, bookkeeper, bds Scales 

Walker James, carpenter, h Thompsonville rd 

Walker James M. (T. B. McCargo & Co.), h Matlock 

Walker John H. (J. H. Walker & Co.), h Lawsonville 

Walker John S. floor mang. Smith, Black well & Co., h Cemetery 

Walker John W. carpenter, h Thompsonville rd 

Walker J. H. & Co. (J. H. Walker and S. W T . Hubbard), lumber, 
W. Market 

Walker Eichard, col, h Motley 

WALKER ROBERT H. distiller, h outside limits 

Walker William, butcher, bds Arlington 

W T alker William A. meat market, 9 Market House, h Arlington 

Walker William L. merchant, h Arlington 

Wall James A. grocer, h Wootton cor Lindsey 

Wall James T. (Wall & King), h Wentworth 

Wall & King (J. T. Wall and P. M. King), gen. mdse. Gilmer 

Wall Miss Lucinda, h Lindsey 

Wall Miss Mary, h Wentworth 

Walter Archie E. (R. P. Richardson, jr. & Co.), h Main 

Walter George, col, tob. worker, h Sharp 

Walter Loyd, lab, h Sharp 

Walter Robert, ship clerk, h Main 

Walter Robert P. asst. bookkeeper, h Main 

Ware David F. lab, h Wc,re 

Ware William P. confectionery, toys and notions, Scales nr Gil- 
mer, h Virginia 

Warner James, bds Main 

Warner Lewis, driver, bds E. Market [Cemetery 

Warren Andrew M. boot and shoemaker, Gilmer nr Scales, h 

Warren Dudley, col, lab, h Sharp 

Warren William, h Main 

Watkins Dave, col, tob. roller, h nr Lawsonville 

Watkins Hardin, col, emp tobacco works, W. Market 

Watt Bros. & Womack (John N., Will P. and P. Dillard Watt, 
and J. H. Womack) Star Warehouse, W. Market 

Watt Eugene D. asst. bookkeeper, Wm. Lindsey & Co., h Lind- 
sey nr Wootton 

Watt George, col. drayman, h Hughes 

Watt Has, col, lab, h W. Market 

Watt Jacob, col, lab, h W. Market 

Watt Jake, col, tobacco sorter, h W. Market 

Watt John N. (Watt Bros. & Womack, also of Watt Bros.), h 
Lindsey nr Wootton 

Watt Miss Maggie M. h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Watt Obe, col, tob. worker, h rear W. Market 

Old Jamaica Rum and French Brandies at 
E. G. NEWCOMB'S, - Odell Building, Greensboro, 2f. C. 



Ready-Macle Clothing in correct styles, best materi- 
als and lowest prices at SAMPLE $. BROWX'S. 

142 EEIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Watt P, Dillard (Watt Bros. & Womack), h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Watt Kobert B., lawyer, h Lawsonville rd 

Watt Robert L. cashier Citizens' Bank, h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Watt Mrs. S. S. (widow, W. P.) h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Watt William P. (Watt Bros. & Womack) h Lindsey nr Wootton 

Waynick Miss Annie, h E. Market 

Waynick Miss Ida, E. Market 

Waynick James M. bakery, E. Market 

Waynick John W. bottler lager beer, ginger ale, and mineral 

waters, Morehead, h do 
Wayt Mary D. wid Dr. John, h nr Lindsey 
Wayt William M. clerk E. M. Redd & Co. h Wentworth rd 
Webster George, lab, h rear W. Market 
WEBSTER JOHX R. publisher Webster's Weekly, also of 

R. I. Mayo & Co. bds Exchange Hotel 
Wells Richard D. col, saloon, W. Market, h E. Market 
Wells James W. clerk, h Cemetery 
Wells James T. clerk, h Montgomery 
Wells Patrick A. h Cemetery 

DEAL.ER IN 

Cgoice Jjb$, Beef, Wineg and Liquo^. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CIG&BS, 

And distiller of North Carolina Corn Whiskey, Brandy, Rye 
and Peach Brandy. 

West Market Street, REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

WELL§ RICHARD ». col, saloon and distiller, W. Mar- 
ket, h E. Market. (See adv) [depot 

Western Union Telegraph Co. John A. Meldau, manager, R. R. 

Wharton Hugh P. clerk, bds Gilmer 

White James E. h E. Market 

White & Martin, (S. N. White and H. T. Martin), general mer- 
chandise, Scales 

White Samuel N. (White & Martin) h Morehead 

White Mrs. S. N. millinery, Scales, h Morehead 

WHITSETT A. M. (Whitsett & Crafton and A. M. Whitsett 
& Co.) h Main 

WHITSETT A. M. «& CO. (A. M. Whitsett, W. M. Crafton, 
J. M. Andrews and J. P. McMichael), proprietors Leader 
Warehouse, Gilmer 

O. W. CABB & CO., General Insurance Agt. Best English and 
American Companies. Aggregate assets over $200,000,000. 



Honey will secure good bargains in Tin, Wood and 
Willowware at W. H. Wakefield «fc Co., S. Elm St. 

REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 143 

WHITSETT CHARLES, (Whitsett & Crafton), h Main 

WHITSETT ACRAFTO^, (A. M. Whitsett, W. M. Craf- 
ton, and Whitsett Bros.), general merchandise. Scales 

Whitsett Mrs. Lucy F. wid James T. h Main nr Piedmont 

WHITSETT WALTER E. (Whitsett & Crafton), h Main 
nr Piedmont 

WHITSETT WILLIAM A. (Whitsett & Crafton), h Main 
nr Piedmont 

Whitsey New, col, lab, h Main 

Whitten Samuel S. h E. Market 

Wilkinson Archibald, manager Harris', h Main nr Lindsey 

Williams Charles, col, barber, h rear W. Market 

Williams & Ellington (John W. Williams, jr. and Alpha J. Elling- 
ton), druggists, seedsmen and lamp goods, W. Market opp 
Depot 

Williams George D. (Lamberth & Williams), h Main 

Williams & Hopkins (R. T. Williams, J. M. Hopkins), clothing 
and gents furnishing, Scales 

Williams John W., jr. (Williams & Ellington), W. Market 

Williams J. Wesley, livery stable, h Main nr limits 

Williams Miss Malinda, h Virginia 

Williams Mrs. Mary A. (widow Wm. P.), h Piedmont 

Williams Mrs. M., widow, h Morehead 

Williams Peter, col, tob. twister, h Harris 

Williams Richard, col, waiter Exchange Hotel, h Harris 

Williams Robert S. clerk, h Main nr limits 

Williams Robert T. (Williams & Hopkins), h Main nr Piedmont 

Williams Samuel, Eagle Warehouse, bds Main 

Williams Tom, col, tob. roller, h Motley 

Williams Thomas, col, blacksmith, h rear W. Market 

Williams Walker & Co., proprs Eagle Warehouse, cor W. Market 
and Gilmer 

Williams William, student, h Main nr Piedmont 

Williamson Bros. & Co., general merchandise, Scales 

Williamson B. Frank (Williamson & Bro.), h Main 

Williamson George N. clerk, h Main 

Williamson Jerry, col, driver, h Scales 

Williamson John W. deputy marshal, h Gilmer 

Williamson Lewis, col, lab, h nr Lawsonville 

Williamson Miss Maggie, milliner, h Main 

Williamson Mrs. Margaret (widow Addison), h Main 

Williamson Miss Mary S. h Main 

Williamson Miss Minnie, private school, h Gilmer 

Williamson Peter H. (Mathews & Williamson), h Lawsonville 

Wilmoth William, mason, bds Arlington 

Windsor George A. teacher, h Main 

Budweis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB' S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro, N. C. 



SAMPJLE S. BROWHf carries the largest stock of 
ILadies', Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

144 EEIDSVILLE DIEECTOEY. 



Windsor Powell, col, tobacco sorter, h Harris 
Wilson Bob, col, tob. prizer, h nr Cemetery 
Woltz Charles E. carpenter, h Piedmont 
Womack James C. (Elling & Womack), h Gilmer 
Womack James H. (Watts Bros. & Womack), li W. Market 
WOO!> GEORGE V. watchmaker and jeweler, Scales, 
Piedmont. (See adv) 



«6 9 ¥o WOOD,«« 

DEALER IN 

Watches, Clocks, Jewelry 

AID S1L¥EB PLATED WABE. 

jSP"" Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

Woodin Miss Alice C. h Wentworth 

Woodin Charles A. (Woodin Bros.), h Wentworth 

Woodin Edward (Woodin Bros.), h Wentworth 

Woodin James M. (Woodin Bros.), h Wentworth 

Woodin Miss M. C. h Wentworth 

Woodin William, col, plasterer, r W. Market 

Woodin William T. (Woodin Bros.), h Wentworth 

Woodson Alfred W. porter Exchange Hotel 

Woodson Robert H. leaf tob. dealer, h Lindsey 

Wootton Charles A. (W. T. Wootton & Bros.), h Wentworth rd 

Wootton D. Edward (W. T. Wootton & Bros.), h Wentworth rd 

Wootton James M. (W. T. Wootton & Bros.), h Wentworth rd 

Wootton John F. h Wootton 

Wootton Mary, col, chambermaid, Exchange Hotel 

Wootton William T. (W. T. Wootton & Bros.), h Wentworth rd 

Wootton W. T. & Bros. (W. T., C. A., J. M. and D. E.), gemeral 

merchandise, W. Market 
Wray Miss Anna J. h end W. Market 
Wray James D. meat market, h Market House 
Wray James F. student, h end W. Market 
Wray Richard H. grist and saw mill, end W. Market nr limits, 

hdo 
Wray William, flour and feed, h Matlock 
Wray William B. (Blair & Wray), bds Doggett House 
Wray William R. clerk, h E. Market 
Wright John, col, mail carrier, h E. Market 

Sure Cure for T fl P [J [ £1 M M | M E M T Houston & Emerson, 
Cholera Morbus. \ All liLLL LI 111 III til I Props. 



Buy your Shoes and ft Ullll ADMCICI D Men ' s Shoes ' Ladies '» 
Hats of Ul ff ILL AHmntLU Misses' & Boys' Shoes. 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 145 



Wright Thomas, col, grocer, W. Market, h do 

WRIGHT REV. WJI. I., pastor Baptist Church, h Irwin 

nr Lindsey 
Wyre James, farmer, h Lindsey 
Wyre S. H. h Lindsey 



Yancey Amos, col, tob. dipper, h Piedmont 
Young Nelson, col, tob. roller, h Haghes 
Young Samuel, col, fireman, h Arlington 
Young Samuel, bartender, h W. Market 
Young William (Thomas & Young), bds E. Markot 
Young William M. bartender R. S. Thomas 
Younger James, col, lab, h nr Cemetery 



DEALER IN 

Cgoice J^eg, Beei 1 , Wine^ and Liquo^. 

FOBEIGM AID DOMESTIC CIGARS, 

And distiller of North Carolina Corn Whiskey, Brandy, Bye 
and Peach Brandy. 

West Market Street, REIDSVILLE, N. C. 



J. M. TESH, 
Leading Watchmaker fS Jeweler, 

DEALER IN FINE 

CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES 

Musical Instruments and Strings, Machine Needles, Oil, Attachments, etc., etc. Fine 

Repairing a Specialty. Most extensive line of Tools and Machinery for GOOD and FINE WORK 

of any Jeweler in Western North Carolina. 

DOGGETT BUILDING, - REIDSVILLE, N. C. 



Old Whiskies of Leading Brands at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



T 



SAMPLE S. BROWN does the leading Shoe and 
Hat business in Greensboro. 

146 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

REIDSVILLE 
Business Directory. 



AGEICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Denny Bros., cor Scales and Gilmer 
Peay J. W. & Co., Scales 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOES AT LAW. 

(See Lawyers). 

BAKERIES. 

Sommer Lewis, E. Market 
Waynick James M., E. Market 

BARBERS AND HAIRDRESSERS. 

Epperson Henry, col, W. Market 
Hall Nathan H. col, Exchange Hotel 

MACMLIiY <fc EMERSON, (Mack & Wash), W. Market. 
(See adv) 

BANKS. (See names in Directory). 

CITIZENS BANK, (See Citizens Bank), W. Market near 

Morehead 
BANK OF REIOSVILXE, (See Bank of Reidsville), 

Bank Bldg, E. Market 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Dillard Abraham, col, rear W. Market 

Parish J. M. & Son, W. Market 

ST. SING «& BROS., W. Market. (See adv) 

Williams Thomas, col, E. Market 

Over $150,000 Losses Paid through Agency of 
O. W. CABK <& CO. 



Money will secure good bargains in Tin, Wood and 
Willowware at W. H. Wakefield «& Co., S. Elm St. 

EEIDSVILLE DIKECTOEY. 147 



BOAKDING HOUSES. 

Barnes Mrs. J. D. Main 

Chance Mrs. E. G. wid, Scales 

Grafton Mrs. Mary A. Settle cor Scales 

Doggett House, Mrs. John S. Crafton, propr, Scales 

Hall Mrs. L. B, E. Market 

Maclock Mrs. C. wid, Arlington 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Paisley Samuel W., E. Market 
Smith A. L. & Co. Scales 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

BARNES «fc HLOII,Or, cor W. Market and Morehead 

Burton A. M. Scales 

Harris Samuel S., TV. Market 

L4HBERTH JOUST E. «& BRO. Scales. (See adv) 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

Lehman William, Ellington bldg, W. Market 

McCargo T. B. & Co. cor Scales and Gilmer 

Matthews & Williamson, W. Market 

Morris David E. Scales 

O'Brien Sons & Co., E. Market 

Pinnix Frank & Co. Scales 

Rawley T. L. & Co. cor Morehead and E. Market 

Reid A. H. & Co. Gilmer nr Scales 

Richardson R. P. sr., W. Market opp Depot 

Smith A. J. & Co. cor W. Market and Morehead 

Smith Samuel & Co. Ellington block, W. Market 

Totton & Walker, Gilmer 

Waddill & Co. Morehead 

Wall & King. Gilmer 

White & Martin, Scales 

WHITSETT «& CRAFTOUT, Scales 

Williams & Hopkins, Scales 

Williamson, Bro. & Co. Scales 

BOTTLER. 

Waynick John W. Morehead 

BUCKET MANUFACTURERS. 

Iron Bound Bucket Co. Dennv & Hall, end W. Market 



Budweis and Bohemian Export Beer at E. G. NEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building, Greensboro, y. C. 



SAMPLE S. BROWff'S is Headquarters for Men's 
and Boy's Shoes of all kinds. 

148 EEIDSVILLE DIEECTOEY. 

CAEPENTEE AND BUILDEE. 

Hall Eobert H., Perm's factory 

CAEPETS AND OILCLOTHS. 

MeCARGO «fc STEIE, Scales 
Smith & Smith, W. Market 

CAEEIAGE AND WAGON MAKEES. 

Parish J. M. & Son, W. Market 

Peay J. W. & Co., Scales 

ST. SIWG «& BRO., W. Market. (See adv) 

CLOTHING. 

Lehman William, Ellington bldg., M. Market 
Mathews & Williamson, W. Market 
Eichardson Eobert P., sr., W. Market, opp Depot 
White & Martin, Scales 
Williams & Hopkins, Scales 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Blair & Wray, W. Market opp Depot 

CONFECTIONEES. 

Miller E. M. & Son, E. Market 

SLAUGHTER THOMAS S., col, under Eedd's Warehouse, 

W. Market. (See adv) 
Smith A. L. & Co., Scales 
Sommer Lewis, E. Market 
Waddill & Co., Morehead 
Ware William P., Scales nr Gilmer 
Way nick John W., Morehead 
Wall & King, Gilmer 

CEOCKEEY AND GLASSWAEE. 

L.AMBERTH JOHff E. «& BRO., Scales. (See adv) 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

McCargo T. B. & Co., cor Scales and Gilmer 

Morris David E., Scales 

O'Brien Sons & Co., E. Market 

Smith Samuel & Co., Ellington Block, W. Market /' 

Sure Cure for T4QL|CC| I I U I U T U T Bites or JPoison- 
PoisonOak, \ All IILtL LIIIIItILII I ous Stings. 



The leading Dry Goods O 11110 A DM H CI R Latest styles in Ladies' 
and Clothing House. Ui Iff ILL A fj Ifl S 1 LLU dress goods & notions. 



EEIDSVILLE DIEECTORT. 149 

Waddill & Co., Morehead 

White & Martin, Scales 

WHITSETT «& CR4FTON, Scales 

DENTIST. 

Rominger Dr. Cornelius A. Morehead 

DRESSMAKER. 

Hitchcock Miss Amanda J., Barnes & Hamlin's store, cor W. 
Market and Morehead 

DRUGGISTS AND SEEDSMEN. 

Balsley & Irvin, E. Market 

Fetzer Charles, Scales 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

MATTHEWS F. M. & CO. Scales 

Williams & Ellington, W. Market opp Depot 

DRY GOODS. 

BARNES «fc HAMLIN, cor W. Market and Morehead 

Barnes Mrs. M. R. Scales 

Burton A. M. Scales 

Harris E. R., W. Market 

LAMBERTH JOHN E. «fc BRO. Scales. (See adv) 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

McCargo T. B. & Bro. cor Scales and Gilmer 

Matthews & Williamson, W. Market 

Morris David E. Scales 

O'Brien Sons & Co. E. Market 

Pinnix Frank & Co. Scales 

Rawley T. L. & Co. cor Morehead and E. Market 

Reid A. H. & Co. Gilmer nr Scales 

Richardson Robert P. sr,, W. Market opp Depot 

Roach Mrs. J. A. & Son, Morehead 

Smith A. J. & Co. cor W. Market and Morehead 

Smith Samuel & Co. Ellington block W. Main 

Terry & Ingram, Gilmer 

Totton & Walker, Gilmer 

Waddill & Co. Morehead 

Wall & King, Gilmer 

White & Martin, Scales 

WHITSETT «fc CRAFTOUT , Scales 

Williamson, Bro. & Co. Scales 

Everything good to drink at E. G. KEWCOMB'S, 
Gvzensboro, N. C. 



The Motto at SAMPLE S. BROWN'S is, " The very 
best goods at the lowest possible prices." 

150 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Wootton W. T. &|Bros. W. Market 

EXPRESS COMPANY. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO., N. C. Thompson, R. R. D.e- 
pot 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

(See also Grocers.) 

Blair & Wray, W. Market opp Depot 

LAMBERTH JOHN «& RRO., Scales. (See adv) 

Lambertli & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

Mathews & Williamson, W. Market 

O'Brien Sons' & Co., E. Market 

Rawley T. L. & Co., cor Morehead and E. Market 

Reid A. H. & Co., Gilmer nr Scales 

Terry & Ingram, Gilmer 

TESH JAMES M., Doggett bldg. (See adv) 

White & Martin, Scales 

Williamson Bro. & Co., Scales 

Wootton W. T. & Bros., W. Market 

FURNACES AND HEATERS. 

FORD «fc &TJERRANT, cor E. Market and Morehead. 

(See adv) [back page) 

GLADSON R. «. 4& SON, cor Scales and Gilmer. (See 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

McCARGO «& MEAL, Scales 
Smith & Smith, W. Market 

GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 

(See Clothiers.) 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 

Apple David A.., W. Market 
Balmer Lewis, E. Market 
Burton A. M., Scales 
Dandridge John, W. Market 
Harris E. R., W. Market 
Johnston Pink, col, W. Market 
King Edward D., col, W. Market 

NO POLICY ever yet CONTESTED written by 
O. JV. CAJRR & CO, 



The Missouri Steam Washer that washes without 
rubbing, at W. H. Wakefield «fc Co., So. Elm St. 

REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 151 

KOGER JAMES P., W. Market. (See adv) 

LAM BERTH JOHN E. «fc BRO., Scales. (See adv) 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

McOargo T. B. & Co., cor Scales and Gilmer 

McCoy John, E. Market 

Mathews & Williamson, W. Market 

Martin & Burton, E. Market 

Morton Samuel M. col, E. Market 

Miller R. M. & Son, E. Market 

Morris David E., Scales 

O'Brien Sons & Co., E. Market 

Pinnix Frank & Co., Scales 

Rawley T. L. & Co., cor Morehead and E Market 

Reid A. H. & Co., Gilmer nr Scales 

Richard C, W. Market 

Richardson Robert P., Sr., W. Market opp Depot 

Smith A. J. & Co., cor W. Market and Morehead 

Smith Samuel & Co., Ellington Block, W. Main 

Terry & Ingram, Gilmer 

TESH JAMES M„ Doggett building 

Totton & Walker, Gilmer 

Wall & King, Gilmer 

White & Martin, Scales 

WHITSETT «& CRAFTOtf, Scales 

Williamson Bro. & Co., Scales 

Wootton W. T. & Bros., W. Market 

Wright Thomas, col, W. Market 

HARDWARE DEALERS. 

Denny Bros., cor Scales and Gilmer 

PORD «& GUERRAWT, E. Market cor Morehead. (See adv) 

Giles & Co., Harris Block, W. Market 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

Peay J. W. & Co., Scales 

Richardson Robert P., Sr., W. Market opp Depot 

HARNESS MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. 

BEXSOST & SOtf, Doggett bldg. (See adv) 
Gaulden G. S. & Co. W. Market 
Keatts William C, E. Market 

HATS AND CAPS. 

Harris Samuel S., W. Market 

LAMBERTH JOHN E. & BRO. Scales. (See adv) 

Fine Old Holland and Domestic Gin at E. G. XEWCOMB'S, 
Odell Building. 



SAMPEE S. BROWltf carries the largest stock of 
Indies', Misses and Children's Fine Shoes in the city. 

152 ItEIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Lamberth & Williams, cor W. Market and Gilmer 

Lehman William, Ellington bklg, W. Market 

Matthews & Williamson, W. Market 

O'Brien Sons & Co. E. Market 

Eichardson K. P. sr., W. Market opp Depot 

Terry & Ingram, Gilmer 

Waddill & Co. Morehead 

White & Martin, Scales 

Williams & Hopkins, Scales 

HOTELS. 

EXCHANGE HOTEL. George R. Quincy, proprietor, E. 

Market opp Depot. (See adv) 
McADOO HOUSE, Greensboro. Stop at the McAdoo when 
in Greensboro. 0. D. Vernon, propr. (See front cover) 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

FORD «& GUERRAtfT, cor E. Market and Morehead 

(See adv) 

ICE DEALER. 
Waynick John W. Morehead 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Ellington & Womack, W. Market 

STAPLES OR. 1VIEEIAM C. W. Market. (See adv) 

JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS. 

GOSSETT GEORGE T. W. Market nr Market House. (See 

back page) 
TESH JAMES W. Doggett building. (See adv) 
WOOD GEORGE V. Scales. (See adv) 

JOB PRINTERS. 

MAYO R. I. «& CO. cor W. Market and Morehead. (See adv) 
Paisley Samuel AV., E. Market 
Reidsville Times Office, Gilmer nr Scales 

LAWYERS. 

BOID COL. ANDREW G, Bank Building, E. Market 
ME KB A WE «Sr SCOTT, Reid Building, AV. Market 
Reid, Reid & Reid, W. Market and Wentworth, C. H. 
SETTEE THOMAS, JR., Reid Building, W. Market 

Sure Cure for T fl n II £ V j 91 M I M E M T Houston & Emerson, 
Cholera Morbus. I All IILLL LIIiIMMI I Props. 



Carpets and Oil-cloths f% 111 II ^ ADMCICI fl Lowest P rices ) largest 
All designs and styles Ul if ILL M II III I I El L U stocic in Greensboro. 



REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 153 



LEAF TOBACCO DEALEKS. 

Bailey John A. Hall 

Burton A. M. cor Morehead and Arlington 

Burton John H. cor Morehead and Arlington [depot 

Ellington & Griffiu, props Redmont Warehouse, W. Market opp 

King Bros. E. Market nr Morehead 

Mosley C. A. Hall 

Pinnix George W., W. Market opp Exchange Hotel 

Pinnix M. H. & Co. W. Market opp Exchange Hotel 

Redd E. M. & Co. cor Morehead and Harris 

Redds' Ware-house, Smith, Blackwell & Co. props, Scales 

Roan R. L. Hall 

Watt Bros. & Wornack, Star Ware-house, W. Market 

LIYERY STABLES. 

Crafton Small & Co. Scales 
Phillips Robert, E. Market 
Williams John W. Gilmer 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Denny & Hall, E. Main 
Walker J. H. & Co. W. Market 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 

GOSSETT GEORGE T. W. Market nr Market House. (See 
back page) 

MEAT MARKETS. 

flBTER P. HENRY, col, 6 Market House. (See adv) 

Fells & Taylor, 3 Market House 

Gardner J. C. 4 Market House 

Michael & Huffine, 2 Market House 

Morton George W. 7 Market House 

Salmons J. Willis, col, 8 Market House 

SLAUGHTER THOMAS S. 1 Market House. (See ady) 

Walker William A. 9 Market House 

Wray James D. 5 Market House 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

BARNES «fc HAMLIN, cor W. Market and Morehead 
Barnes Mrs. M. R., Scales 






White label Bass' Ale and Guinness 9 Stout at 
E. G. ArWCOMB, Odell Building. 



Ready-Hade Clothing in correct styles, best materi- 
als and lowest prices at SAMPLE S. BROWFS. 

154 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Gardner Mrs. H. D., Scales 
Roach Mrs. J. A. & Son, Morehead 
Waddill & Co., Morehead 
White Mrs. S. N., Scales 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

Paisley Samuel W., E. Market 

NEWSPAPERS. 

WEBSTER'S WEEKLY, J. R. Webster, prop., E. Market 
The Greensboro Times, 0. F. Lewis, prop., Gilmer 

PHOTOGRAPHER. 
Stone M. P., Morehead 

PLUMBERS AND STEAM FITTERS. 

FORD «fc GUERRAtfT, cor E. Market and Morehead. (See 
adv) 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Balsley Dr. T. E., E. Market 
Courts Dr. William J., William's Drug Store 
Howell Dr. Sidner A., Balsley's drug store 
STAPLES OR. WILLIAM C, W. Market 
Smith J. W., E. Market 

RESTAURANTS. 

Brown Washington, col, E. Market 

CARTER PLEASANT H., col, W. Market. (See adv) 
Cobb Robert, Gilmer nr Scales 

SLAUGHTER MRS. THOMAS S., col, under Redd's 
Warehouse, W. Market. (See adv) 

SADDLERY HARDWARE. 

RENSON «fc SOX, Doggett Block. (See adv) 

SHOEMAKERS. 
Agee Edward H., W. Market 

O. W. CABB & CO., General Insurance Agt. Best English and 
American Companies. Aggregate asjkts over $200,000,000. 



Bu.y the Royal St. John Sewing Machine from 
W. H. WAKEFIELD & CO.. So. Elm SI. 

REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 155 

Degrott Edward H., Scales 
Johnson Oscar, col, E. Market 
Pratt Edward, col, W. Market 
Warren Andrew M. Gilmer nr Scales 

SMOKING TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. 

Richardson R. P. jr. & Co. Hall cor Harris 

STOVES AND RANGES. 

Denny Bros, cor Scales and Gilmer [adv) 

FORD «& GUERRAtfT. cor E. Market and Morehead. (See 
GLADSTON R. G. <& SOtf, cor Gilmer and Scales. (See 
back page) 

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 

STEW YORK AHD SOUTHERN TELEGRAPH CO. 

Connor L. Smith, manager, Exchange Hotel 
WESTERN US ION TELEGRAPH CO. John A. Mel- 
dau, manager, R. R. depot 

TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WARE. 

FORD «& GUERRAffT, cor E. Market and Morehead. (See 

adv) 
GLADSTOtf R. G. «& SOX, cor Gilmer and Scales. (See 

back page) 

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. 

Barnes, Staples & Co. E. Market 

Ellington A. J. & Bro. cor W. Market and Jackson 

Harris Robert & Bro. cor Hall and Harris 

Johnston Brothers, E. Market 

LIHTDSEY WILLIAM «& CO. (plug and twist) W. Market 

Mayo, Hawkins & Co. W. Market 

Motley A. H. & Co. E. Market 

Penn F. R. & Co. E. Market 

Sampson H. & Co. E. Market nr Morehead 

TOBACCO FLUE MANUFACTURERS. 

FORD «& GUERRMT, cor E. Market and Morehead. 
(See adv) 

Imported and Domestic Wines and Champagnes, at E. G. 
NEWCOMB'S, Greensboro, N. C. 



.'..; 



/ 



Every suit and garment sold at §AHPLE S. 
BROWI'S guaranteed to S»e as represented. 

156 REIDSVILLE DIRECTORY. 



GEADSTOX R. G. «& SOtf, cor Gilmer and Scales. (See 
back page.) 

TOBACCO WAEEHOUSES. 

Carolina Warehouse, cor Harris and Hall 

Eagle Warehouse, Williams, Walker & Sampson, proprs, cor W. 

Market and Gilmer 
LEADER WAREHOUSE, A. M. Whitsett & Co., proprs, 

Gilmer nr Scales. (See adv) 
Piedmont Warehouse, ElliDgton & Griffin, proprs, W. Market 

opp Depot 
Redd's Warehouse, Smith, Blackwell & Co., proprs, Scales and 

W. Market 
Star Warehouse, Watt Bros. & Womack, proprs, W. Market 

UNDERTAKERS. 

MeCARGO «& STEAL,, Scales 
Smith &, Smith, W. Market 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 

Arndt W. L. Exchange Hotel 

CORNATZER «& BRO. Gilmer 

Hawkins & Gunn, col, W. Market 

Johnston Pink, col, W. Market 

Keatts William C, E. Market 

ROGER J. F. W. Market. (See adv) 

Matthews & Lewelljn, W. Market 

Phillips Robert, E. Market 

PRICE «fc GARRETT, Gilmer 

Small William W. Gilmer, W. Market and Scales 

Thornton Oscar F., W. Market nr Morehead 

Thomas Richard S, W. Market 

Vernon William W., E. Market 

WELLS RICHARD ». col, W. Market. (See adv) 



For Matt or T A Q jj r r J I M I M C M T Houston & Emerson , 
Beast use I AH ULlL LUlllVltlll Greensboro, N. C. 



PIEDMONT AIR-LINE. 

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Richmond & Danville R. R. Co. 
THE gHOip and DIRECT LIME 

FROM 

WASHINGTON, D. C, 

RICHMOND, VA. 



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TO ATLANTA AND BIRMINGHAM. 

Passing Through the Cities of ALEXANDRIA, CHARLOTTES- 
VILLE, LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, GREENSBORO, 
REIDSVILLE. SALISBURY, CHARLOTTE, COL- 
UMBIA, AUGUSTA, RALEIGH, DURHAM, 
GOLDSBORO, SPARTANBURG, GREEN- 
VILLE, SENECA, GAINESVILLE 
AND ATHENS, 

TO THE SOUTH and SODTH-WEST 

MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS, 

SHREVEPORT, TEXAS AND 

CALIFORNIA. 



The Great Passenger and Freight Line of the South, with 

Unsurpassed Facilities for Prompt and Satisfactory 

Passenger and Freight Service. 

Inquiries for Information Should be Addressed to 
SOL. HAAS, J. H. DRAKE, JAS. L,. TAYLOR, 

Traffic Manager, Gen. Freight Agent, Gen. Passenger Agt., 
RICHMOND, Va. WASHINGTON, D.C. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

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RAILWAY COMPANY. 



THE BEST f MOST PICTURESQUE ROUTE 

PROM 

4- New York to the Thousand Islands.^ 



THE ONLY LINE RUNNING 

PULLMAN SLEEPERS 

WITHOUT CHANGE 

Between NEW YORK and the ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. 



DEPOTS AND FERRIES IN NEW YORK : 

AT THE FOOT OF JAY STREET and WEST 42d ST 



Pullman Drawing Room Cars on Day Trains 
and Pullman Sleepers on Night Trains. 



"^" Hard Coal Engines used exclusively in the Passenger Service. 
The Direct Route from New York to all Northern New York 
State Points. 

J. E. CHILDS, J. C. ANDERSON, 

General Manager. General Passenger Agent. 



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LEHIGH VALLEY R. R. 



BETWEEN 

NEW YORK- 
PHILADELPHIA, 

AND 

Easton, Bethlehem, Mauch Chunk, 

Hazleton, Glen Summit, Wilkes Barre, 

Towanda, Ithaca, Sheldrake, Geneva, 

Waverly, Elmira, Watkins, Buffalo, 
Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, 

Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis and 

ALL. POINTS WEST* 



PULLMAN CARS. FAST TIME. 

MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENTS. 



For Rates and General Information apply at 
235 Broadway, ^ew York City, 
836 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, or of 

E. B. BYINGTON, 

GEN. PASS. AGENT, MAUCH CHUNK, PA. 



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Ell DOOR TO MEET HOUSE, WEST MARKET ST„ 

The leading Marble and Stone dealer in the Piedmont region of 
North Carolina. 

Mantels, Monuments, Tablets, 

Headstones, and all kinds of Cemetery Work executed at 
short notice. All kinds of IKON FENCING made or 

furnished to order. Tubular Fountain Enclos- 
ure used for enclosing graves and Cemetery lots, &c. 

A Large Stock of Imported and Domestic Marble and Granite 

ON HAND OK FURNISHED TO ORDER. 

MilL Stones of all sizes furnished upon application. Building 
Stone cut to any desired size. 



^"Watchmaking and Repairing in all its branches, promptly and 
skillfully executed. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



♦* JHfl ftJiD 3JIEET I^0N 1ITOE,**- 

Tobacco Flues, &c. 



Also constantly on band 
a full line of 

HEATING, COOKING 
AND KEROSENE 

STOVES. 

Tin and Iron Roofing, Roof Paint, Water Coolers, 
and Ice Cream Freezers. 

Agent for BUCKTHORN SOLID STEEL BARBED FENCING' 

And Kenyon Deep Well Pump. 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 




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