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Full text of "Greensboro (Guilford County, N.C.) city directory, 1890-1891"

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PEOPEIETOE OF TV/O 

I^ivety, fed ki)d 0fcle $tkfele& 

ONE BRICK AND ONE FRAME. 

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IN REAR OF BANK AND POST OFFICE, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Fine Teams, Carriages, PhiBtons, Surrev-, Buggies and Carts, 

ALWAYS ON HAND FOR SALE AND HIRE. 

CT_ 1VT. STEWART, Manager. 

J. A. ODELL, Fres. C. H. IRELAND, Sec. & Tr»»s 

ODELL HARDWARE CO,, 

Wholesale dealers in all kinds of 

MEM aai 10S1IIC HARDWARE, 
Paints, Oils, Vanishes, 

SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WOOD AND 

WILLOW WARE, 

Buns ana Sporting Goods, 
Stationery and Weighing Sichis?::, 

323 AND 325 SOUTH ELM ST., 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 





Win 'w&KS&suBi i@i' to mm., 

JOBBING TRADE SOLICITED. 

ROOFING, GUTTERING AND TOBACCO FLUES. 

127 SOUTH EHLjIVI: street, 

WAKEFIELD HARDWARE 60. 

Have Added to their Immense Stock of Hardware 

CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND VEHICLES Of ALL KINDS. 

They Have the Celebrated Rice Coil Spring, Made 
by T. T. Haydock Carriage Co., on which an 

ABSOLUTE GUA.RA.NTEE 

Is Given for Three Years. It will Pay You to see their stock 

before Buying either Vehicles, Hardware, Paints or any kind 

of Building Material or Agricultural Implements. 

229 SOUTH ELM ST-, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 

AMOS RAGAN, President. R. E. CAUSEY, Sec'y and Treas'r. 

CROWN MILLS, 

MULE SPUN HOSIERY YARNS, 

MOCK YARNS IN ALL COLORS. 

BBgjfjjjj jEO, I. C. 
WILLIAM A. DAY, 

LEAP TOBACCO BROKER. 

364% South Elm St., and 106% Buchanan St., 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Seventeen years' experience. All grades bought 
on order. Wrappers, Fillers, Cutters and Colory 
Smokers specialties. Ample facilities for reorder- 
ing in quantities to suit purchasers. Personal at- 
tention given to buying and handling. Good ref- 
erence furnished if desired. Orders and corres- 
pondence solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed To- 
bacco grown in this section can't be excelled for 
brightness and sweetness. 




F. FISHBLATE'S, 

230 SOUTH ELM ST., GREENSBORO, N. 0., 

IS HEADQUARTERS FOR 



WE CARTRY THE LARGEST AFD FINEST STOCK OF 

-soothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods*- 

IN N. C. IF YOU WANT TO BUY THE BEST GOODS FOR 
THE LEAST MONEY, COME AND SSE US. 

.Respectfully, F. FISHBLATE. 

The Only Exclusive Clothier in Greensboro, N. C. 

C. M. VANSTORY, Manager. 

J. R. PEARCE, 



ALL ORDERS IN MY LINE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

MWB SATISFACTION mMMRWTEWD. 

120 EAST MARKET STREET, 

GREENSBORO, N. O. 
THE BANK OF GUILFORD, 

212 SOUTH ELM ST., GREENSBORO, N. C. 
CAPITA- SI..I PAID D 102,000 ; - AUTHORIZED 200,000. 

Which is Pledged for the Redemption of Deposits Made in the Bank. 

D. F. CALDWELL, President. ' W. R. MURRAY, Vice-President. 

WILLIAM A. BOGART, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS : 

D. F. Caldwell, W. R. Murray, L. M. Scott, W. M. Houston, 

J. W. Scott, Dr. W. A. Lash, D. W. C. Benbow, 

T. C. Worth, S. S. Brown. 

This Bank is fully equipped and prepared, and will be a faithful correspondent if 
you entrust any part of your business with it. 

AND DEALER IN 

FINE CLOTHS, CASSIMERES 

lO© SOUTH EXjJMI street, 



ANNUAL 






OF THE CITY OF 



GREENSBORO, 



FOR THE YEARS OF 



Containing a General Directory of the Citizens of 
Greensboro by the New City Numbers, 

— to which is added a — 

Bufinegf 2iFe?toFy, 

And an Appendix of Useful Information, 
Also a Farmer's List. 

PRICE $3.00. 



W. TW&mmU # <0@*.FaMi&ft®RS. 



— -AJSTID— 

21,7 Elm Street, Tonkers, ^Te-^r "STorls. 



This Directory will be Issued Annually, or as the demand requires. 

SUPPORT NO OTHER FOR WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU 

A RELIABLE AND CORRECT WORK. 



■WI 1TSTOIT, MT. C.r 

Printed at Stewarts' Job Office. 
1890. 

Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1890, by E. F. Turner, 
in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. All rights 
reserved. 




E. g. O'&ullivan & Bro., 

Steam aad Eas fitters, 

And dealers in Engine Supplies, Lead Pipe,«fcc. 
Brass and Iron Fittings for Steam, Gas 
and Water. Pipe, wholesale or Re- 
tail, cut and fitted to order. 

Agents for Eherman Feeder. Best Feeder known. 
All Work at Lowest Rates. 

329 South Elm Street, 

GREENSBORO, N. O. 



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It is with pleasure I present to my readers the first edition of my Greens, 
boro City Directory, in the full belief that, inasmuch as it is reliable and 
original, it will also prove acceptable. It contains the names of the peo_ 
pie who, at this time "move and have their being" in the City of Greens, 
boro. 

It is therefore, neither a mortuary record nor an arch Geological archive. 
It is not a perfect Directory, because such a production has never been 
known since Adam claimed a monoply of the census; but it is equal to all 
reasonable requirements, and is far superior. to any work of the kind ever 
published for Greensboro, inasmuch as it contains all the new house num- 
bers recently adopted by the Council. 

A Directory is a work the most prone of all to errors, from the fact that 
information is received from all sources, and in many cases given in a man- 
ner calculated to mislead, but we believe the present volume will be found en- 
tirely free of errors that will in any way detract from the value of the book. 

Considerable difficulty has been encountered in our effort to make a 
thorough and complete work yet we claim that there are but few errors. 
Many names are spelled in half a dozen different ways, and yet retain the 
same phonetic sound. This fact necessitates careful search, which we 
trust will be made in all cases of doubt. 

To the citizens who have so kindly aided us, we extend our gratelul 
thanks, and must say that the larger majority received us cordially, and 
gave the information asked for cheerfully. 

Our book is completed, and to the public we confidently trust it, know- 
ing that they will appreciate its merits and deal kindly with its faults. 

Very Respectfully, 

EDWARD F. TURNER, 

Publisher. 
217 Elm St., Yonkees, N. Y. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Albright J F, grocer, 32 
Alderman S L, photographer, right 

centre lines 
Armfield G Will, dry goods, left bot- 
tom lines 
Atlantic & Danville Railway Com- 
pany, opp 16 
Bain W C, contractor, back cover 
Ball W S, lawyer, 35 
Bank of Guilford, 3 
Bastine W E, cigar mfr, 36 
Bennett Seminary, 37 
Burgess W R, machinery, back cover 
(Jallum Drug Co, 41 
Calvert Litho Co, opp 80 
Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley R R, 8 
Carr O W & Co. ins, left centre line 
Cartland H H, mer tailor, 3 
Clendennin & Albright, grocers, 43 
CobbH W, leaftob, 44 
Corl D W, blacksmith, 45 
Crown Cotton Mills, 4 
Davis & Matthews, grocers, 46 
Day W A, leaftob, 4 
Dike Book Co, 48 
Dixon H W & Co. hardware, 49 
Dudley A H, genl mdse, 136 
Edwards Mrs M A, confectioner, 134 
Edwell J S, shoemaker, 50 
Field J B, coal and wood, , 52 
Fishblate F, clothing, 3 
Fitchburg Railroad, 10 
Fitzsimons Geo, druggist, 53 
Forbis J W, lawyer, 54 
Galloway Bros, grocers, 55 
Gast Litho Co, opp 40 
Gilmer & Wright, lawyers, 57 
Grand Trunk Railway, 15 
Gregory C H, ins and real estate, 58 
Greensboro Female College, 60 and 61 
Greensboro Knitting Co, 59 
Greensboro North State, 63 
Greensboro Patriot, 62 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Co, 64 
Greensboro Security and Investment 

Co. 65 

Greeusboro Water Co, 66 
Guilford Lumber Co, front cover 

Hardin & Taylor, livery stable, 67 

Harris J H, harness etc, 68 

Hendrix E M & Co, grocers. 69 

Hendrix J M & Co, dry goods, 70 

Hodgin J F, grocer, 71 

Holtbn C E, druggist, 72 

Hudson S E, grocer, 73 

Jeffreys N A, wines and liquors, 74 

Jordan J F & Co, leaf tobacco ; 75 

King W W, carpenter and builder, 76 

Kivett W S, groeer, 77 

Knight J W, marble works, T8 



PAGE. 

Land WA, civil and sanitary en- 
gineer, 79 
Logan W M, grocer, 81 
Lonman H, wines and liquors, 80 
Mason J E, grocer, 82 
McCauley S J, wines and liquors, 83 
Moore A F, shoemaker, 134 
Moore W S, dry goods, 85 
Morris <& Co, Racket Store, 86 
Newcomb E G, wines and liquors, 

front cover 

New Home Sewing Machine, 118 

New York Central & Hudson R R R, 11 

New York, Ontario & Western R R, 12 

New York & Northern Railway, 16 

O'Connor John, grocer, 89 

Odell Hardware Co, 2 

Omohundro Mrs E & Co, millinery, 90 

O'Sullivan & Bro, plumbers, 6 

Pearce J R, bonded auctioneer, 3 

Peoples Five Cents Savings Bank, 91 

Piedmont Air Line, 14 

Piedmont Bank, 92 

Porter W C, druggist, 93 
Portner Robert Brewing Co, 
Raymond & Powell, dry goods, right 

top lines 
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg R R, 3 

Ross L F, horses, etc, 97 

Rowe W W, dentist, 98 

Scales & Scales, lawyers, 119 

Scott L M, lawyer, 100 

Scott J W & Co, grocer, 99 

Sergeant Mfg Co, foundry, etc, 136 

Sharp C B, lawyer, 101 

Shenandoah Valley Railroad, 9 

Shipp B, lawyer, 102 

Siler N J, jeweler, 134 

Smithdeal L A, grocer, etc, 104 

Smith <fc Weaver, Harness, etc, 103 
South Greensboro Investment Co, back 

cover 

Stiuer Charles, millwright, 105 

Tate Bros, druggists, 107 

Tatum H B, livery stable, 106 

Thornlow S W, grocer, 108 
Trogdon S L, insurance, left centre lines 

Vanstory C P, livery stable, 2 

Vuncanon & Co, grocers, 110 
Wakefield Hardware Co, bottom right 

lines and 4 
West Shore Railroad, 
Wharton EP& Co, real estate, left top 

lines 

Wharton, Jackson & Co, ice dealers, 112 

Wharton & Stratford, lime, etc, 113 

White R G, photographer, 136 

Wilson Miss H M, dry goods, 88 

Woodroffe Thos, builder, 116 
Yates Bros, real estate, rfght top lines 

Yates J F, tinware mfr, 4 



Gape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railway. 

(In Connection with the Richmond & Danville System.) 

£rutfl|tf;3tii!tfiiratt 

SHIPMENTS 




— Between the Cities of — 

Wilmington and FayetteviIIe, N, C, 

— AND— 

Cincinnati, Chicago, Chattanooga, Louisville, Nashville, and 
TheGreat West and North-West. 

-A-XjSO TO -AJSTID IF^OIM: 

West, South-West, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, 
Texas, California, and the Pacific Coast. 

Ill gtclan Passenger Equipment 

And Punctual Service. 

All Trains Run Solid between Wilmingtou and Mount Airy, 
passing around the base of the 

Famed Pilot Mountain. 

Low Excursion Rates for Tourists, To All Points. 

jgSg^This Line runs through Eighteen (18) of the best Coun- 
ties in the State, embracing the Finest Pine and Hard- 
Wood Forests, and the best Tobacco and Cotton 
Lands; with the Finest Water Powers to be 
found in the South. 

Direct and Short Line from the City of Greensboro to 
Carolina Beach, Southport, and Wrightsville Sound. 

J. W. FRY, W. E. KYLE, 

Gen'l Manager, Gen'l Freight & Pas. Agt., 

Greensboro, N. C. FayetteviIIe, N. C. 







J. K. WATSON, a A Nmv 




MAP OF THE WEST S 




*RE RAILROAD. 



J. E. WATSON, 



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THE WEST SHORE RAILROAD 

Is one of the most popular routes for business and pleasure travel leading 
to and frcm New Yoik city, as well as being the most substantially built 
and elegantly ecjuipped double track line through central New York 
State. This superbly built railroad has been justly named the "Pictur- 
esqe Eoute," traversing as it does the west shore of the historic and 
world-famed Hudson Biver, skiiting the foot-hills of the Catskill Moun- 
tains, famous in Washingten Irving's "Eip Van Winkle," and passing 
through the beautiful Mohawk Valley. By this route three express 
trains are run daily, in each direction, betweeen New York, Albany, 
Utiea, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Detroit, 
Chicago, St, Louis, and the West. Palace sleeping-cars are attached to 
these trains, and run through without change to the points named. 
Sleeping-cars, New York to Toronto without change, are run exclusively 
by the West Shore. The West Shore, in connection with the Fitchburg 
Bailroad, is also the shortest line between Boston and Chicago. It is 
the only all rail line to the Catskill Mountains, and the only Hoe by 
which drawing-room cars are run through to the heart of the Catskills. 
During the season of Summer travel fast Catskill Mountain express 
trains are scheduled. Attached to these trains are drawing-room cars, 
which run through without change between Philadelphia, Jersey City, 
New York, and Catskill Mountains. Saratoga limited express trains are 
also run by the West Shore during the summer season, and have draw- 
ing room cars attached which run through without change between 
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Long Branch, Jersey City, New 
York, and Saiatoga. Buffet smoking-cars, with revolving chairs, are a 
special feature af the splendid service ou the West Shore. Drawing- 
room cars also run between Saratoga and Niagara Falls. The West 
Shore also runs special trains between New York and New Paltz during 
the summer season for the accommodation of travel to and from Lake 
Mohonk, Minnewaska, Shawangunk, and all points in the Wallkill Val- 
ley, The connection in Jersey City station with the Pennsylvania Bail- 
road will be appreciated by tiavelers to and from the South and the re 
sorts of cential New Yoik State, as the long transfer through New York 
is thereby avoided. Passengers and baggage from Brooklyn are taken 
direct from the foot of Fulton Street by Annex boat to Jeisty City 
stations. Tickets via West Shore can be purchased at ticket-offices of 
all connecting lines, and they are sold and baggage checked through to 
destination from all stations of the West Shore Bailroad. 

€. E. LAMBERT, Uvn. Pass. Agent, 

5 VANDERBILT AVENUE, NEW TORE. 











-"itchburg Rata 



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Hoosac Tunnel Route," 



IN CONNECTION WITH 



NEW YORK CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER, 

BENNINGTON & RUTLAND AND 
CENTRAL VERMONT RAILROAD, 

FORMING THE DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN 

New York, Montreal, 

AND THE FAMOUS 

Green Mountain Resorts. 



THROUGH DRAWING ROOM AND SLEEPING CARS 

BETWEEN NEW YORK AND MONTREAL, VIA. 

TROY, RUTLAND AND ST. ALBANS. 



jg@~It is also THE SHORTEST ROUTE between Albany, 

Troy and Boston, and Tourists pass through the 

famous HOOSAC TUNNEL which is 

Lighted by Electricity. 



J. R. WATSON, 



C. A. NIM^ 



THE OLD RELIABLE 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY 

PASSES THROUGH 

VALLEYS OF UNSUPASSEQ LOVELINESS, 

MWIPWI^ SGENERY- Etc, 

THE ONLY ALL RAIL LINE 

TO THE 

Wonderful Caverns of Luray 



AND- 



Natural pi^lpGE. 

DOUBLE * BAIL? * FAST •:♦ TRAINS ! 

NORTH. SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. 

Elegaijt! pullpq palace Buffet ^Ieepe^ 






ON ALL TRAINS BETWEEN 

P^WYORK & CHATTANOOGA. 

ARD ROYFR, Gen'l Passenger and Freight Agent, 



GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Its Advantages as a Manufacturing and Com- 
mercial Centre. 



IT IS SITUATED IN THE BEST FRUIT CLIMATE IN THE 
COUNTRY. 



MIDDLE NORTH CAROLINA. 

"Its salubrity, the variety and value of its productions, its min- 
eral wealth, its manufacturing facilities, mark it out as one of the 
most desirable abodes for man, and a future centre of great wealth 
and population." 

Greensboro has a population of about 6,000 and is the capital of 
Guilford County. It is at the junction of the Richmond and Dan- 
ville, the North Carolina, the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley, and 
the Notrhwestern N. C. Eailroads. It is most favorably situated. 
The climate is genial and healthful. The elevation is 900 feet 
above the sea level. 

Railroads extend in six difierent directions from Greensboro. 
Raleigh is 83 miles East; Richmond 189 miles by the R. & D. R. R. 
Washington, D. C, 319 miles via Lynchburg on the Ya. Midland; 
Charlotte, Columbia and Charleston, on the south; Atlanta south 
west, and Asheville 197 miles west via Western North Carolina R. 
R. New York is reached in 15 hours. Several new railroads are pro- 
jected, and numerous feeders are being constructed, connecting 
important points with the lines now centering at Greensboro. 

THE SURROUNDING COUNTRY. • 

Guilford county embraces about 400,000 acres of fertile land, 30 
per cent of which is tilled, all well watered, and well timbered. 
The counties adjacent are equally good; and as the future of this 
territory is closely connected with the growth and importance of 
Greensboro, the natural wealth of these counties is a pertinent in- 
quiry. Immediately uorth of Greensboro, and again to the east, 
is the yellow tobacco belt, which grows the finest quality of to- 
bacco in the world. Not far south, and within easy reach for com- 
mercial use, are the cotton fields which extend on to South Car- 
olina. To the south-east are the pine forests which furnish 
turpentine and resin, and superior lumber for building and man- 
ufacturing purposes.' Guilford county is best adapted to the 
cereals and to fruits. Wheat, oats, corn, the grasses and vegetables 
are satisfactorily grown. The choicest fruit and lucious grapes are 



18 APPENDIX. 



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in abundance. Several extensive nurseries flourish in this county, 
which ship immense quantities of trees all over the United States. 
Canning fruit and vegetables has become an important industry, 
and there is a good opening for capital in this business. The cli- 
mate of Guilford county is wonderfully adapted to all kinds of 
fruits, apples, pears, peaches, apricots, nectarines, and cherries. 
Garden fruit, such as figs, currants and raspberries, generously re- 
spond to the most indifferent care. Skill and energv would work 
wonders here in fruit culture. Grapes are cultivated with great 
success. The short distance and quick time by rail to Richmond, 
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York enable shippers to put 
fresh fruit from this section into those markets, several weeks in 
advance of the fruits grown there. 

COAL AND IRON ORE. 

Thirty miles south of Greensboro, on the Cape Fear & Yadkin 
Valley R. R., are the Deep River Coal Fields, which have not been 
fully explored or much developed. There is no doubt of immense 
deposits and superior quality of steam producing coal. North of 
Greensboro we find the Dan River Coal Fields, which have recent- 
ly been prospected and the results are satisfactory. There are in- 
dications of an abundant supply of good bituminous coal. The 
construction of the C. F. & Y. V. R. R. in Virginia will bring the 
Pocahontas coal fields within a short distance and place the coals 
of that famous region in the Greensboro market at a very low 
figure. 

One of the most remarkable ranges of iron ore in the State 
crosses Guilford county in a north-east and south-west direction, 
about ten miles north-west of Greensboro. 

The ore is granular magnetite, and is everywhere titaniferous, — 
chromium and manganese are uniformly present. It is similar to 
the New Jersey ores, and the quantity is immense and inexhaust- 
ible. There is a second vein running parallel about three miles to 
the north. The first mentioned ore-bed is six feet across — solid 
ore; a green, chloritic slate ore. Prof. Lesley says the largest de- 
posit of ochre he ever saw, is in Guilford county. 

GOLD AND COPPER MINES. 

North Carolina is the largest gold producing State east of the 
Rocky Mountains. In Guilford and adjacent counties there are 75 
mines. Copper mines have been profitably worked in the same 
territory. The Fisher Hill Gold Mine, soven miles south of Greens- 
boro, yields ore that mills $30 per ton. 

KAOLIN. 

The largest bed of Kaolin in the State is a few miles south of 
Greensboro. There is here a fine opening for Potteries. 



APPENDIX. 19 



TIMBERS. 

Greensboro is within easy reach of all kinds of forest trees used 
in the difierent arts, and for all commercial purposes. The spokes 
hubs, handles and rims manufactured at Greensboro have given 
a reputation to the oak and hickory of this region for such pur- 
poses, equal if not surpassing, any in the world. The white hick- 
ory in Guilford and surrounding counties, for weight, strength, 
tenacity, and for susceptibility to fine polish, is pronounced by ex- 
perts to be superior to any in the world. 

South of Greensboro are immense forests of yellow pine — hund- 
reds of thousands of acres — which are not j r et within railroad 
reach. These lands can be bought at reasonable prices; and with- 
out great cost a railroad might be extended through this pine 
region. 

There is no better opening anywhere for manufacturers of car- 
riages and wagons than at Greensboro, N. C. This place must be- 
come a great manufacturing centre. Cotton, tobacco, iron, coal, 
and all kinds of timber lie within easy reach, waiting for the grasp 
of capital and well directed industry. 

COTTON FACTORIES. 

Upwards of thirty large cotton factories are now in operation 
within a radius of forty miles of Greensboro The importance of 
this town as a railroad centre, furnishing such excellent facilities 
for transportation, and its proximity to such an abundance of raw 
material mark it as a locality destined to reach great prominence 
in the near future. 

THE CITY. 

Greensboro is a desirable place for residence. The population 
is orderlj', thrifty, energetic, genial and hospitable. It has great 
natural and artificial attractions. Beautiful residences, a profusion 
of shrubbery and flowers, and well shaded streets and avenues 
greet the eye. Greensboro is appropriately called "The City of 
Flowers." 

There are thirteen churches, two graded schools and one large 
Female College; also a Seminary for the education of colored 
teachers. The people are noted for the interest which they manifest 
in education, and in schools. A graded school building has recently 
been erected at a cost of $12,000. 

The town is lighted with electricity and gas, and water works 
have been constructed. An appropriation of $100,000 has been 
made to provide a system of sewerage and to pave the streets and 
sidewalks. The United States has erected a beautiful Post Office 
and Court building at a cost of $70,000, and the county court 
house is one of the finest public edifices in North Carolina. There 
are here two of the largest and best kept hotels in the State. 



20 APPENDIX. 



There is one National Bank with a capital stock of 8100,- 
000, with a surplus of #33,000 and undivided profits of §10,000. 
It carries deposits which average about 8300,000. There is also a 
Five Cents Savings Bank recently organized under the laws of the 
State. There are here also the Bank of Guilford and the Pied- 
mont Bank. There are upwards of one hundred businet-s houses, 
in addition to foundries, machine shops, large tobacco factories, 
knitting mills, cotton mills, lumber mills, sash and blinds, spoke 
and handle factories, etc., all of which do an annual business of 
about $12,000,000. There is no better opening for wholesale and 
jobbing houses. 

INCREASE OP POPULATION AND BUSINESS. 

During the past five years Greensboro has doubled in population 
and its business has been increased five-fold. The advance is grad- 
ual and substantial. No effort has been made to stimulate growth 
beyond the usual exertions in legitimate business. The territory 
. tributary to Greensboro is such as to guarantee extensive trade 
and traffic, and the attractions of this city to people seeking op- 
portunities to enter into any kind of business, particularly man- 
ufacturing, are very great. The large deposits of coal and iron, 
with an abundance of lime in Stokes county, 40 miles away; and 
the forests of superb timber of all kinds within easy reach, ought 
to be a great inducement to capitalists seeking such investments. 
Here is a good location for furniture factories, foundries, machine 
shops, wagon factories, manufactories of agricultural implements, 
cotton factories, tobacco factories, fruit and vegetable canneries. 

In the country surrounding Greensboro, can be bought at rea- 
sonable figures, farms which are susceptible of good cultivation. 
All kinds of grain and fruits and grasses will repay the indust- 
rious farmer, and a good market is at hand for any surplus. The 
country hereabouts is well adapted to stock raising, and the dairy 
is always profitable. Great quantities of poultry and eggs are 
shipped from this point. 

There is no part of the State or of the South that affords greater 
opportunities to secure comfortable homes and good returns for 
farm labor, than that around Greensboro; and no town which 
promises a better future for capital and skilled laboi*. 

HISTORICAL INTEREST. 

Tho most notable battle fought in the Southern States during the 
revolutionary war, took place at Guilford Court House, March 15, 
1781, four miles from where Greensboro now stands. Gen. Greene 
decided the fate of American Independence on this ground. 

Greensboro was named in honor of Gen. Greene, and her citizens 
are doing a patriotic work in reviving national interest in the bat- 
tle which covered that great General with imperishable glory. 



ArPENDIX. 21 



GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Daniel CI. Fowle, Governor, salary $3,000. 

Thomas M. Holt, Lieut-Gevernor and President of the Senate, 
salary $8 per day during session. 

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

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

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

G. W. Sanderlin, Auditor, salary $1,500. 

S. M. Finger, Supt. Public Instruction, salary $1,500. 

T. F. Davidson, Atty General, salary $2,000. 

Jas. D. Glenn, Adjutant General, salary $600. 

J no. J. Eobinson, Commissioner of Agriculture, salary, $2,000. 

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

C. M. Eoberts, Keeper of Capitol, $750. 

T. A. Partin, Clerk for Institutions, salary $750. 

S. F. Telfair, Private Secty to Governor, $1,200 and fees. 

F. B. Satterwaite, Executive Clerk, $600. 

W. P. Batchelor, Clerk to Secretary State, $1,000. 

J. D. Boushall, Clerk to Auditor, $1,000. 

H. M. Cowan, Clerk to Treasurer, $1,500. 

Ernest Bain, Teller. 

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

SUPREME COURT JUDGES. 



Augustus S. Merrimon, Chief Justice, Raleigh, $2,500. 
Jos. J. Davis, Associate Justice, Louisburg, $2,500. 
J. E. Shepherd, Associate Justice, Washington, $2,500. 
A. C. Avery, Associate Justice, Morganton, $2,500. 
Walter E. Clark, Associate Justice, Hillsboro, $2,500. 
T. S. Kenan, Clerk, Raleigh, $300 and fees 
R. H. Bradley, Marshall, Raleigh. 

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

CRIMINAL COURT. 



Criminal Court Judge. — Oliver P. Mears, Wilmington, salary, 
$2,500. 

Criminal Court Solicitors. — B. R. Moore, Wilmington and Geo. 
R. Wilson, Charlotte. 



22 



APPENDIX. 



Salary fixed by Commissioners and Justices of Peace, and fees as 
other Solicitors. 

Mecklenburg Court, Feb. 10, April 7, June 2, Aug. 11, Oct. 13, 
Dec. 1. 

New Hanover Court, Jan. 6, Mar. 17, May 19, July 14, Sept. 15, 
Nov. 17. 

Buncombe Court, Jan. 27, April 28, July 28, Oct. 27. 



SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES AND SOLICITORS. 



DISTRICT. * 


JUDGES. 


RESIDENCE 


First, 


Gr. H. Brown, 


Washington 


Second, 


Fred Phillips, 


Tarboro. 


Third, 


II. G-. Connor, 


Wilson. 


Fourth, 


Walter Clark, 


Baleigh. 


Fifth, 


John A. Gilmer, 


Greensboro. 


Sixth, 


E. T. Boy kin, 


Clinton. 


Seventh, 


J. C. McBae, 


Fayetteville. 


Eighth, 


E. F. Armfield, 


Statesville. 


Ninth, 


J. F. Graves, 


Mt. Airy. 


Tenth, 


John G. Bynum, 


Morganton. 


Eleventh, 


Wm. M. Shipp, 


Charlotte. 


Twelfth, 


J. H. Merrimon, 


Asheville. 


Salary of Judges, 


82,500. 





DISTRICT. 




SOLICITORS. 


RESIDENCES 


First, 




J. H. Blount, 


Hertford. 


Second, 




J. H. White, 


Newbern. 


Third, 




D. Worthington. 


Williamston. 


Fourth, 




T. M. Argo, 


Baleigh. 


Fifth, 




J. B. Strayhorn, 


Hillsboro. 


Sixth, 




0. H. Allen," 


Kinston. 


Seventh, 




Frank McNeil, 


Rockingham. 


Eighth, 




B. F. Long, 


Statesville. 


Ninth, 




Thos. Settle, 


Beidsville. 


Tenth, 




W. H. Bower. 


Lenoir. 


Eleventh, 




Frank I. Osborne, 


Charlotte. 


Twelfth, 




Jas. M. Moody, 


Waynesville. 


Salary, 


$20 for 


each court held and fees. 





APPENDIX. 23 



SUPERIOR COURTS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Clark. Fall, Judge Connor. 

Beaufort, February 17, May 26, November 24, 
Currituck, March 3. September 1. 
Camden, March 10 September 8. 
Pasquotank, March 17, September 15. 
Perquimans, March 24, September 22. 
Chowan. March 31st, September 29. 
Gates, April 7, October 6. 
Hertford, April 14, October 13. 
Washington, April 21, October 20. 
Tyrrell, April 28, October 27. 
Dare, May 5, November 3. 
Hyde, May 12, November 10. 
Pamlico. May 19, November 17. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Gilmer. Fall, Judge Clark. 
Halifax, March 3, May 12, November 10. 
Northampton, January 20, March 31, September 29. 
Warren, March 17, September 15. 
Edgecombe, April 14, October 13. 
Bertie, February 3, April 28, October 27. 
Craven, February 10, May 26, November 24. 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Boykin. Fall, Judge Gilmer. 

Pitt, January 6, March 17, June 9, September 15. 

Wilson, Febi*uary 3, June 2, October 27. 

Vance, February 17, May 19, October 13. 

Martin, March 3, September 1, December 1. 

Greene, March 31, September 29. 

Nash, April 28, November 17. 

Franklin, January 20, April 14, November 10. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge McEae. Fall, Judge Gilmer. 

Wake, January 6, February 24, March 24, April 21, September 22, 

October 20. 
Wayne, January 20, March 10, April 14, July 21, September 8, 

October 13. 
Harnet, February 3, August 4, November 24. 
Johnston, Eebruary 10, August 11, November 10. 



24 APPENDIX. 



FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Armfield. Fall, Judge McRae. 

Durham, January 13, March 24, June 2, October 13. 
Granville, January 2^, April 21, July 21, November 24. 
Chatham, February 10, May 5, September 29. 
Guilford, February 17, May 2G, August 25, December 8. 
Alamance, March 3, May 19, October 27. 
Orange, March 17, August 4, November 3. 
Caswell, April 7, August 11, November 10. 
Person, April 14, August 18, November 17. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Graves. Fall, Judge Armfield. 

New Hanover, January 20, April 14, September 22. 
Lenoir, February 3, August 18, November 10. 
Duplin, February 10, August 4, November 24. 
Sampson, February 24, April 28, October 6, December 8. 
Pender, March 10, September 8. 
Carteret, March 17, October 20. 
Jones, March 24, October 27. 
Onslow, March 31, November 3. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Bynum. Fall, Judge Graves. 
Anson, January 6, April 28, September 1, November 24. 
Cumberland, January 20, May 5, July 21, November 10. 
Columbus, January 13, March 31, July 28. 
Robeson, January 27, May 19, September 29. 
Richmond, February 10, June 2, September 15, December 1. 
Bladen, March 17, September 1. 
Brunswick, April 7, September 8. 
Moore, March 3, August 11, October 27. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Shipp. Fall, Judge Bynum. 
Iredell, Februar}?- 3, May 19, August 4, November 3. 
Rowan, February 17, May 5, August 18, November 17 
Davidson, March 3, September 1, December 1. 
Randolph, March 17, September 15. 
Montgomeiy, March 31, September 29. 
Stanley, April 7, October 13. 
Cabarrus, January 27, April 28, October 27. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Merrimon. Fall, Judge Shipp. 
Rockingham, January 20, July 21, November 3. 
Forsyth, February 3, May 19, October 20. 



APPENDIX. 25 



Yadkin, February 17, September 22. 
Wilkes, March 3, September 8. 
Alleghany, March 17, September 1. 
Davie, March 31, October 6. 
Stokes, April 14, August 4, November 10. 
Surry, April 21, August 18, November 17. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Brown. Fall, Judge Merrimon. 
Henderson, February 10, July 14. 
Burke, March 5, August 4. 
Caldwell, March 17, September 1st. 
Ashe, March 24, May 26, August 18. 
"Watauga, April 7, August 25. 
Mitchell, April 14, September 8. 
Yancey, April 28, September 22. 
McDowell, May 12. October 6. 



N. C. MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 



Senators — W. M. Ransom and Z. B. Vance. 

Representatives — 1st District, Thos. G. Skinner; 2nd District, 
Wm. P. Cheatham, col; 3rd District, Charles W. McClammy; 4th 
District, Benj. H. Bunn; 5th District, John M. Brower; 6th District, 
Alfred Rowland; 7th District, John S. Henderson; 8th District, W. 
H. H. Cowles; 9th District, Hamilton G. Ewart. 



GREENSBORO. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk Superior Court — A. A. Holton. 
Sheriff — Joseph A. Hoskins. 
Register of Deeds — J. W. Causey. 
Surveyor — L. E. Osborne. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 
Mayor — James W. Forbis, salary $600 and fees. 
Treasurer — Neil Ellington, salary $100. 

COMMISSIONERS. 
First Ward — James F. Jordan, John L. King and W. M. Houston. 
Second Ward— J. W. Scott, S. C. Dodson and D. E. Thomas. 
Third Ward— P. D. Price, Geo. S. Sergeant and C. P. Vanstory. 
Fourth Ward— Neil Ellington, J. W. Fry and H. L. Scott. 



26 APPENDIX. 



POLICE. 
E. M. Eees, Chief. W. J. Weatherly, M. A. Whittington, W. M. 
Donnell and W. A. Scott. 
E. H. Smith, Street Overseer. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 
White Graded School — Prof. J. L. Tomlinson, Principal. 
Colored Graded School — Prof. H. W. Scott, Principal. 

FIEE DEPAETMENT. 
Chief, C. D. Benbow. Ass't Chief, C. F. Thomas. 
Elections — City officers, first Monday in May, annually. 

WAEDS. 

First "Ward — All that portion north ofw Market and w of n Elm 
Street. 

Second Ward — All that portion north of e Market and east of n 
Elm Street. 

Third Ward — All that portion south of e Market and east of s Elm 
Street. 

Fourth Ward — All that portion south of w Market and west of 
s Elm Street, 

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

EDUCATIONAL. 
Bellevue Institute — Prof. L. T. Blair, Principal. End of Vance. 
Graded School — J. L. Tomlinson, Principal. Lindsay nr Church. 
Greensboro Female College — Eev T. M. Jones, A.M., D.D., Pres- 
ident. 

COLORED. 

Graded School — H. W. Scott, Principal, Percy Street. 
Warnersville School — Warnersville. 

Bennett Seminary — Charles Grandison, Principal, end of Factory. 
Norman Theological Institute — C. L. Davis, Principal, end of e 

Washington. 
Kent Home — Miss C. M. Buckbie, Matron. Near Bennett Seminary. 

STEEL AND IEON COMPANY. 

The North Corolina Steel and Iron Company, 81,000,000 capital. 
Chartered Februaray 22, 1887, Chap. 34, Private Laws of N. C, 

an amended March 5th, 1889, Chap. 92, Private Laws of N. C. 
Organized November 30th 1889. Officers: President, James A. 
Odell; Vice-President, Julian S. Carr; General Manager, J. J. New- 



APPENDIX. 27 



man; Treasurer, Samuel H. Wiley; Attorney, Theo F. Kluttz; and 
Charles D. Benbow, Secretary. Executive Coramitte, J. A. Odcll, 
J. A. Gray and D. W. C. Benbow. Directors: A. B. Andrews, 
second vice-president R & R R Company, Raleigh, N C; James A. 
Odell, president Odell Hardware Co, Greensboro, N C; Julius A. 
Gray, president C F & Y V E E Company, Greensboro, N C; Theo 
F. Kluttz, attorney-at-law and president Yadkin R R Company, 
Salisbury, N C; 'Julian S. Carr, president Blackwell's Durham Co- 
operative Tobacco Company, Durham, N C; D. W. C. Benbow, 
Greensboro, N C; Robert T. Gray, atty-at-law, Raleigh, N C. Banks 
of Deposit: Davis & Wiley Bank, Salisbury, N C, and The National 
Bank of Greensboro. Office and proposed location of Works, 
Greensboro, N C. Iron Mines, Chatham and Moore Counties, N 
C. Limestone, Germanton, Stokes County, N C. Coke and Fue 
Supply, Pocahontas, Va, Deep River and Dan River Coalfields, 
NC. 
Women's Christian Temperance Union, W. C. T. XJ. Hall. Regular 
business meetingon the first Thursday of each month at 4 p. m. Mrs 
F. M. Bumpass, pres; Mrs Bettie Cunningham, Recording Secty; 
Mrs Mary Appleton Staples, Corresponding Secty; Mrs Nannie 
Weatherly, Treas. 

West End Kings Daughters, incorporated by State Legislature. 
Object: to build a City Hospital. Miss Clara Albright, President; 
Miss Bettie Caldwell, Secretary; Miss Rosa Andrews, Treasurer, 



CHURCHES. 

Baptist Church, Rev. W. R. Gwaltney, Pastor. Services 11. a. 
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

West Market Street M. E. Church, Rev. W. H. Crawford, Pastor, 
Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Sehool, 9:30 a. m. 

Episcopal Church, Rev. A. H. Stubbs, Rector, Services, 11 a. m. 
and 5 p. m. Sunday School 4 p. m. 

First Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. Henry Smith, D. D., Pastor, 
Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Westminister Presbyterian Church, Rev. Egbert W. Smith, Pas- 
tor. Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

Centenary M. E. Church, Rev. Enoch L. Stamey, Pastor, Ser- 
vices, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 3 p. m. 

Baptist Mission, Sunday School, 3 p. m. 

East Market Street M. E. Mission. Sunday School, 3 p. m. 

Young Men's Christian Association, 233£ s Elm Street. Services 
every Sunday at 5:30 p. m. President, S. A. Kerr; Vice-President, 
S. L. Alderman; Secretary, John M. Wilson; Treasurer. Charles H. 



28 APPENDIX. 



Ireland; General Secretary, Fred H. Cota. Board of Directors: J. 
Normam Wills, Henry Wakefield, J. S. Moore, W. E. Allen, B. C. 
Taylor, C. G. Wright, J. A. Gilmer, It C. Patterson, J. C. Murchi- 
son, W. W. Mendenhall and E P. Wharton. 



SOCIETIES, ETC. 

Greensboro Lodge, No. 76, A. F. & A. M., meet at Masonic Hall, 
233J s Elm Street, 2nd and 4th Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m. 
S. Alderman, W. M. Pev. A. H. Stubbs, Secty. 

Chorazin Chapter, No. 13, Eoyal Arch Masons, meet at Mason- 
ic Hall, 233J s Elm Street, 3d Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m. 
Eev. A. H. Stubbs, H. P. J. H. Harris, Secty. 

Greensboro Council, No. 3, .Royal and Select Masters, meet 3d 
Friday in each month at Masonic Hall, 233 J s Elm Street, at 7:30 
p. m. Eev. A. H. Stubbs, T. I. M. John H. Harris, Secty. 

Ivanhoe Commandary, No. 8, K. T., meet every 1st Friday in 
each month, at Masonic Hall, 233£ 8 Elm Street, at 7:30 p. m. Geo. 
Lampman, E. C. Eev. A. H. Stubbs, Eec. 

K. of P., No. 28, meet at Masonic Hall, 233 J s Elm Street, every 
Monday at 7:30 p. m. S. L. Alderman. C.C. A. T. Whitsett, K. of 
E. and S. 

I. O. of O. F., Buena Vista Lodge, No. 21, meet at Odd Fellows 
Hall, every Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. C. M. Vanstory, N. G. Eev. A. 
H. Stubbs, Secty. 

Paisley Encampment, No. 10 , meet every 2d and 4th Tuesday 
in each month, at Odd Fellows Hall, 7:30 p. m. C. M. Vanstory, C. 
P. Eev. A. H. Stubbs, S. 

Canton No. 1., General Green, Patriarchs Militant, meet Is 
Tuesday in each month at Odd Fellows Hall, 7:30 p. m. Henry 
Wakefield, jr., Capt. J. W. Albright, Secty. 

Carolina Lodge, No. 5., A. O. U. W., meet at Odd Fellows Hall, 
every 2d and 4th Thursday in each month. A. T. Whitsett, M. W. 
Eev. A. H. Stubbs, Eec. 

Sapona Tribe, No. 4., Improved Order of Eed Men, kindle their 
Council Fire every Thursday at 8 p. m. at Odd Fellows Hall. Capt. 
John C. Tipton, Sachem; J. F. Sharp, Prophet; C. E. Holton, S. S; 
W. A. Whittington, J. S; A. A. Kirkman, C. of E; M. E. Cofiin, K. 
of W. 

Guilford Grays, Co. B. 3d E., N. C. S. G. (number in company 
45) Armory, w Market. Business meeting 1st Monday in each 
month. J. C. Tipton, Capt; W. N. Scales, 1st Lieut; J. C. Murchi- 
son, 2d Lieut; J. E. Donnell, 1st Sergt. 

Guilford Battle Ground Continentals: D. Schenck, Capt; J. S. 
Michaux, 1st Lieut; W. E. Schenck, 2d Lieut. Armory, w Market, 
2d floor 



APPENDIX. 29 



Greensboro Lodge, No. 389. K. and L. of K., meet at Odd Fel- 
lows Bldg, every 2d Thursday, 7:30 p. m. II. H. Cartland, Secty; 
F. S. Eldridgc, Protector. 

Guilford Lodge, K. of II., No. 1777., meet at Odd Fellows Bldg, 
1st and 3d Thursday, 7:30 p. m. H. H. Cartland, Rec; W. B. Far- 
rar, Dictator. 

The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, 233J 8 Elm Street. 
Regular meeting, 1st Monday in each month. J. R. Mendenhall, 
Pres; J. L, King, 1st Vice-President; J \V. Fry, 2d Vice-President; 
W. E. Bevill, 3d Vice-President; R. M. Douglas, Attorney; O. W. 
Carr, Secty and Treas. 

COLORED. 

Star Cornet Band, (13 members) meet every Monday and Wed- 
nesday at 8 p. m., over Jones' store; W. M. Logan, musical instruct- 
or; C. H. Curry, leader; T. D. Dillard, pres; G. W. Lowe, secty. 

The Philosophian Literary Club, meets every Tuesday night at 
St. Matthews' M. E. Church. A splendid library for the benefit of 
its members. The public are cordially invited to attend. Robert 
E. Jones, pres; Mrs M. J. O'Connell, vice pres; Miss Cora E. Jones, 
secty; Miss Alice V. Unthank, ass't secty; Mrs A. D. Woods, treas; 
D. B. Yancey, 1st censor; A. D. Kelly, 2d censor; Prof. Geo. Mc- 
Adoo, marshal; O. W. Whitfield, librarian. 

Holton Reel, house on Market Sq, meets every Tuesday 8 p. m. 
W. Logan, captain; E. S. Edwell, secty; Pies Henderson, treas. 

Providence Baptist Church, services, 3 and 8 p. m., Sunday 
School, 1 p. m. Rev. L. R. Jeffress, pastor. 

Young Men's Auxiliary Club, meets at St. Matthews Church, 
the 1st and 3d Thursday night in each month. W. H. Norwood, 
pres; A. D. Kelly, vice pres; H. E. Dean, cor secty; A. J. Gibson, 
ass't secty; James Winchester, treas; William Garrett, moderator. 

Knights of Labor, Lodge 8314, meets every Monday night at 
Day's Hall, 106* Buchanan street. A. D. Kelly, M. W; G. W. 
Dick, W. F; W. H. Payne, R. S; A. M. Carter, Treas. 

Royal Knights of King David, Evergreen Lodge, No. 4, meets 
at Day's Hall, 106 J Buchanan street, every Tuesday night. R. T. 
Jennings, W. M; S. J. Goldston, W. R. S; I. Marable, W. Treas; 
W. A. Day, Supreme S. 



30 APPENDIX. 



GREENSBORO STREET DIRECTORY. 



Arlington, from Fayetteville south beyond limits. 

Ash, from Gaston south beyond limits. 

Asheboro, from Gorrell southeast beyond limits. 

Belle Meade Avenue, from Clay west to Edgeworth. 

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

Buchanan, from Elm west to Ash. 

Cedar, from Greene south to Salisbury road. 

Church, from n Elm northeast beyond limits. 

Clay, from junction of Elm and Church northwest to Greene 

East Market, from Elm east beyond limits. 

East Sycamore, from Elm east to Lyndon. 

East Washington, from s Elm east beyond limits. 

Edgeworth, from Greene south to w Washington. 

Eugene, from Gaston south to Walker av. 

Factory, from King av east beyond limits. 

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

Gaston, from Cedar east to Forbes. 

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

Harpersville rd, from North east beyond limits. 

Lee, from s Elm east beyond limits, S, G. 

Lindsay, from Church e beyond limits. 

King av, from Factory south to Gorrell. 

Mebane, from n Davie east to Forbes. 

Mebane rd, from s Elm southwest beyond limits S. G. 

North, from Lindsay north to Harpersville rd. 

North Davie, from e Market north to Church. 

North Elm, from Market north to Church. 

North Forbes, from e Market north to Lindsay. 

North Gilmer, from e Market north to Lindsay. 

North Greene, from w Market northwest beyond limits. 

Percy, from e Market north to Lindsay. 

South Davie, from e Market south to Fayetteville. 

South Elm, from Market south beyond limits. 

South Forbes, from e Market south to e Washington. 

South Gilmer, from e Market south to e Washington. 

South Greene, from w Market south to w Washington. 

Spring, from Greene south beyond limits. 

Walker av, from Ash west beyond limits. 

West Market, from Elm west beyond limits. 

West Sycamore, from g Elm west to Edgeworth. 

West Washington, from s Elm west to Spring.' 



TURNER'S 

Cl^Gti'een.s'bctfo ©iredtofy. 

1890-91. 



Abbreviations Used in this Directory. 

Ab., above ; advt., advertisement ; ave., avenue; bds., boards ; bet., be- 
tween; 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. 0., 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 ; gen'l mdse., general 
merchandise; supt, superintendent; C. F. & Y. V. R. R., Cape. Fear & 
Yadkin Valley Railroad. 



Abbott Grant, col, brakeman, h 613 e Gaston 
Abbott J T, machinist, h 213 n Forbes 
Abbott Thomas, tobacconist, bds 23 s Elm 
Adam 5 B H, printer, bds 301 s Elm 
Adams Cordelia, col, h 522 e Gaston 
Adams Ernest, col, lineman, h 522 e Gaston 
Adams Rev S D, presiding elder, bds 100| s Elm 
Adams S L, insurance agent, McAdoo house, bds do 

ALDERMAN, Photo * rap t r een°S ro !° " street ' 

Adams Thos E, clerk, h Bragg 
Adams Wm, plumber, h Asheboro 
African Methodist Church, col, h East 
Aiken D R, clerk, e Market, r outside limits 
Albright Alice, col, cook, h 243 e Sycamore 
Albright Miss Clara, h 224 w Market 
Albright Mrs E A, wid, h Pierson 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. c ^S^l°^^: e 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go., "BiESiGSU 

Greensboro, Bi . C. 

32 GKEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Albright E G, bank collector, fa 112 Church 
Albright Geo B, Clendenin & Albright, h 301 Church 
Albright J F, grocer, 100 n Davie, h 229 Cedar 
Albright J. W, S S agent, Dept of Agriculture, h 224 w 

Market 
Albright Johnson, col, lab, h 519 Lindsey 
Albright Capt Mack, conductor, h Pierson 
Albright Miss Mary C, h 516 n Greene 
Albright Percy, chief clerk gen manager CF&Y VRR,h 

116 Church 
Albright Ii M. telegrapher, h 122 Church 
Albright Rindie, col, h 460 Lindsey Wood 
Alderman A H, bookkeeper, h 506 w Market 

OW PARR R/ Pfi Insurance. Special Attention Given to Country Business, 
■ Hi v/tnn OC UUij Dwellings, Barns and Stores of Permanent Residents. 233% 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Alderman Miss Mamie, h 700 w Market 

Alderman Miss Manna, h 700 w Market 

Aldridge Miss Martha A, h 416 e Washington 

Aldridge Miss Mary J, h 416 e Washington 

Alderman MissMyra, music teacher (college), h 700 w Market 

Alderman S L, Photographer, 106| s Elm, h 700 w Market 

Alderman Prof W F, prof at college, h 700 w Market 

Alderman W F Jr, S S Brown & Co, h 700 w Market 

Alderman William, clerk, h 615 w Market 

Aldridge James, baggage master, 416 e Washington 

Alexander Henry, col, brakeman, h Warnersville 

Alexander Henry, col, lab, h Warnersville 

Alexauder John, col, fish market, h 420 Chestnut 




J. P. Albright, 



DEALER IN 



100 N. Davie, cor. E. Market St., 



Groceries, Provisions, Flour, 

Bacon, Smoked Meats, 
Fish and Salt. 

Confectioneries, Fruits, 
Canned Goods, Vegetables, 
Tobacco and Cigars, Teas, 
Coffees, Spices and 



Greensboro, N. C. 



Dry Goods, Clothing r* TT7 TTT AD MPT FT T) Hnts i c& '' 6 and 
Boots and Shoes vT. VV 1 J_iJ_i J±niy±r XHiJ-iU Gent's Furnishing 

23G and 238 South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



rnishiugs. 



$$&}JLQ0 & P0Wi5I(I(, fcSlftS?! 



exclusive 
in Greens- 
boro. 233 Sou tli Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTO IY. 33 



Alexander Lucy, col, washer, h McAdoo J Hey 

Alexander Marshall, col, butler, h 127 Chrrch 

Alt'erd Dr H M, physician, 303 s Elm, h 337 8 Davie 

Allen Isely, col, lab, h College Hill 

Allen Miss Joanna, h 336 Church 

Allen Pleas, col, lab, h 213 Market Sq 

Allen Wm A, carpenter, h Oak 

Allen W E, asst bookkeeper, r e Washington 

Allen W W, Southern ex agt, h 115 Smith 

Allen William, col, h rear 109 w Gaston 

Allen William, tinner, h 321 Gorrell 

Allen Augustus, col, 221 Percy 

Allen Richard, col, lab, h East 

Allen Kobt J, engineer, h Bragg 

Allen W J, surveyor, h 215 s Davie 

Alley G W Jr, station agent, C F & Y V R R, r 377 s Davie 

Alley G W, bds 213 s Elm 

Alley G, h 501 n Spring 

Alley Mrs J V, bds 213 s Elm 

All red M W, fireman, h 436 n Greene 

Allred R L, carpenter, h Oak 

SAMUEL L. TROCtDON, INSURANCE. saviF gg 

Anderson Mrs A A, wid, h 200 s Spring 

Anderson Aaron, col, lineman, h 440 Lindsey Wood 

Anderson Miss Jennie, h 221 e Sycamore 

Anderson Mrs Mary, wid, h Lee 

Anderson Wm, fireman R & D R R, h Lee 

Andresen Thomas F, mining engineer, r 107J w Market 

Andrew William H, grocer, 201 s Davie, h 701 e Market 

Andrews Miss Addie, h 312 Ash 

Andrews Miss Alice, h 227 Orange 

Andrews Miss Ida, h 227 Orange 

Andrews J W, painter, bds 301 s Elm 

Andrews L W, news correspondent, h 312 Ash 

Andrews Maggie, col, dom, h 311 Asheboro 

Andrews Robert, painter, bds 301 s Elm 

Andrews Miss Rose, h 312 Ash 

Andrews T D, supt of gas works, h 227 Orange 

Apple D A, Apple, Meadors & Browning, h 801 e Market 

Apple J M, carpenter, h 415 e Market 

Apple J R, warehouseman, h 801 e Market 

Apple Miss M C E B, h 801 e Market 

Apple Mebane, janitor graded school, h 621 e Market 

WHEN YOU WANT CUTLERY pffi £& °l?Zl 

stock before buying. WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton &C0, 1 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



34 GEEEXSBORO DIRECTOEY. 

Armentrout E L, carpenter, h 114 e Sycamore 
Armentrout J F, carpenter, h 114 e Sycamore 
Armfield Miss Fannie, teacher Greensboro female college 
Armfield G Will, dry goods, clothing, etc, 236 and 238 s 

Elm, h 358 Ash 
Armfield J R, Singer machine agt, h Arlington 
Ash Charles E, col, carpenter, h 226 n Forbes 
Ash George, col, carpenter, h Warnersville 
Atkins Miss Ada C, teacher Bennett Seminary, r do 
Atvvater Allen, col, drayman, h 118 Percy 
Atwater Antony, col, lab, h 118 Percy 
Austin Charles, col, driver, h 436 Lindsey Wood 
Austin George, col, stableman, r 348 s Elm 
Austin John, col, well digger, h 441 e Washington 
Austin Sallie, col, wid, h Warnersville 
Bailey Fred, supt knitting mill, h Pierson 
Bailey II, col, snacks, h 345 s Davie 
Bain Armenius, h Julin 
Bain Edward E, bookkeeper, h Julin, S G 
Bain Miss Emma, h Julin 

1 AQQPQ A n THQTPh and Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr & 
liUDOLD AUJUOl hi) Co., 233% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Bain Wm C, carpenter and builder, 209 and 211 Lewis, h 
Julin, S G 

Baker Miss Annie, h 302 Ash 

Baker D H, carpenter, h 215 s Davie 

Baker John L, bookkeeper, h 302 Ash 

Ball Miss Delgratia, h Arlington 

Ball Rev J R, pastor M P church, h 217 n Spring 

Ball Miss Lucy, h Arlington 

Ball Miss M E, h 217 n Spring 

Ball Mac W, student, h 217 n Spring 

Ball Miss Pattie, h 217 n Spring 

Ball William S, attorny-at-law, court square, h cor Arling- 
ton and Lee 

Ballance J II, Drug Clerk, r 303 s Elm 

Balsey William, clerk, h Mendenhall ave 

Balsley Ben, co', driver, e Market 

Balsley J D, h 427 Walker ave 

Bane Alexander, col, shoe maker, 203 Market Sq 

Bank of Guilford, (The) D F Caldwell, Pres, W B Bogart, 
Cashier, 212 s Elm 

Banks John, col, trucker, h Warnersville 

Carpets and Oilcloths/2] Will A T'mfiplrl lowest prices, largest 

All designs and sty les^* ' v "* ** 1 U-111C1U. stoc k [ n Greensboro, 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



"^TX,» 4* Ad T5r»i^O Opposite Benbow House. We are the oldest 
X dUUb DlUb., REAL ESTATE AGENTS in Greensboro, 
N. C. ESTABLISHED 1885. Come to see us. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 35 

Banner Warehouse, Mitchell & Bogart, 210 w Market 

Barefoot Mrs Annie, music teacher, h Oak 

Barefoot B F, carpenter, h Oak 

Barker Edw T, news messenger, h Julin 
./'Barker John, general merchandise, 108 w Market, h 120 n 
Greene 

Barnes Miss Ella, knitter, h Lewis 

Barnes J S, sec and trcas Wharton Jackson & Co, h Bragg, 
SG 

Barrentine James, col, painter, 213 Market Sq 
l/Barringer John A, lawyer, 113 Court Sq, bds Benbow House 

Bassett H M,- carpenter, 119 e Market 

Bastine W E, cigar manufacturer, 113 s Elm, nr p o, r do 

Beall Miss Meta, h Asheboro 

ALDERMAN, ^^^i^L^c^ street - 

Beall R B, salesman, r 113J w Market 

Beall Dr W P, physician and surgeon, 100 Court Sq, h Ashe- 
boro, S G 
Beard C R, bookkeeper, r 218 e Washington 
Beard Ernest, supt at King's, r 218 e Washington 
Beasley Mrs Francis F, wid, h 305 Edge worth 
Bell E, col, lab, r 230 s Davie 
Bell Edward, fireman, h Arlington 
Benbow Charles D, clerk, Benbow House, r do 
Benbow D W C, prop Benbow House, 122 s Elm 
Benbow Hall, 218 s Elm 

Benbow House, D W C Benbow prop, 122 s Elm 
Benbow Miss Lillie, bds Benbow House 
Bennett Allen, col, lab, h 200 s Forbes 
Bennett James F, W P Bennett & Bro, r 103 e Market 



Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, 

Court House Square, 



E. P. Wharton & Go., ^SES&rfc.,, 

Greensboro, X. C. 



36 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Bennett Seminary, Rev Ohaa 1ST Grandison principal, e 

Washington, outside limits 
Bennett W P, W P Bennet & Bro, r 103 e Market 
Bennet W P & Bro, r 103 e Market 
Benson L W, bottler, h Sprint; 
Berry Henry, col, lab, h 225 Percy 
Bethell Robert, Bethel k Scales, Editors and Proprietors 

Greensboro Patriot, bds Ben bow house 
Bethell & Scales, Editors and Proprietors the Greensboro 

Patriot 220 s Elm 
Beville Miss M E, h 434 Church 
Bevill Martin, col, blacksmith, h Warnersville 
Bevill W E, We Bevill & Co, also H L Scott & Co, h 417 w 

Market 

5, prv Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 



Ui W. unnn u \jUij class Foreign and American Companies Represented. itJ'.j 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Biggers W D, teller The Bank of Guilford, h 100i s Elm 

Bilbro Henry, foreman at shute, h Lewis 

Bilbro Peyton, dept sheriff, h Bilbro 

Bilbro Heniy, col, lab, h Warnersville 

Bingham Annie, col, h 118 Percy 

Black Bob, col, night watch, h 212 Mebane 

Black Fred, col, waiter, h 212 Mebane 

Black James, col, cook, h 213 e Sycamore 

Black Jane, col, Sloan & Black, h 213 e Sycamore 




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FINE HAYANA CIGARS. 

LEAEING BBANDS: 

"PRIDE OF AMERICA," " U. S.," 

•' LA ROSA DEL VUELTA, 
AND MANY OTHERS. 

113 South Elm St., 



P GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Dry Goods, Clothing fL WTT.T. A "R MTTTF1T ,*n ^ Hats Caps and 
Boots and Shoes v*. W lJ-iJ-J jfcA.r\;lV±r lUiA-iLJ Qent'a Furnishings. 

2-36 and 238 South Em Street, Greensboro, N. G. 



^£YjV10]\ r D & f.OWS&It'g 



'Dry Goods Arcade" in 
National B.mk Building. 



23,3 South Elm Street. 



G REENS BOKO 1)1 HECTORY. 



Blackburn Miss Minnie, li 240 Belle Meade ave 

Blackburn W, W E Bevill & Co, h 417 w Market 

B Hickman Charles, col, trucker, h 455 Lindsay Wood 

Blaekman Jane, col, washer, h 615 Lindsey 

Blackman Sallie, col, h Jonesboro 

Blackwood Ella, col, h Percy, nr e Washington 

Blackwood Sidney, h 801 e Sycamore 

Blair Miss Etta, h Bragg 

Blair Prof L T, prof Belleview High School, h Asheboro 

Blair Wm, wood worker, h Bragg 

Blalock Shuber, wood worker, h Lewis 

Blends Miss Carrie, dress maker, h 406 w Washington ave 

Blosser Miss Allie, h 225 e Washington 

Blosser Clarence, student, h 225 e Washington 

Blosser Mrs Elizabeth, wid, h 225 e Washington 

TROEDON. Iasurance Apt. Office in Sayings M 

Blosser Rev Dr Joseph W, evangelist, h 225 e Washington 

Blunt Alfred, col, tinner, h 428 Lindsey Wood 

Blunt Matilla, col, h 429 Lindsey Wood 

Boalden Emanuel, carpenter, h Asheboro 

Bobo Mrs S C, saleslady, h 210 w Washington ave 

Bogart William B, cashier The Bank of Guilford, also dry 

goods, h 406 Church 
Bogart W F, Mitchell & Bogart, h 406 Church 
Bolton A IT, Brick Mason, r 342J s Elm 
Boman J R, J F Hodgin & Co, h Vance, S G 
Boner Miss Laura, drass maker, h 220 Eugene 
Bonnett Isaac, col, lab, h 302 Lindsey 

BUTT SEMINARY, 

GREENSBORO, N. C, 

Sustaind by the Freedmen's Aid Society of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, and under the patronage of the North Car- 
olina Conference of that Church. 

Does Academic, Normal and Collegiate work. 

Terms very low. Special offer : only $50. cash in advance, 
pays for a year's board and school expenses. 

REV . CHAS. N, GRA NDISON, Principal. 
THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. ^! Shirwin ' Wi,liiims * 



also Longman & Martinez, Ready Mixed Paints. 



pure colored paints, 
229 South Elm street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go, ] 



110 .South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N« C. 



38 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Booker Maggie, col, h College Hill 

Booker Nathan, col, plasterer, h Morehead 

Booker Pine, col, lab, h 8 Elm 

Boone Edward, mason, h Asheboro 

Boone Daniel, lab, h e Market 

Boone John, wka cotton mill, h Factory 

Booth Robert, harness maker, h 820 n Greene 

Boseman, J T, Agt, general marchandise, 117 s Davie, h 227 
Mebane 

Bosher R T, bar clerk, r 107J w Market 

Bosley J C, gen manager Greensboro Gas and Electric Light 
Co, bds 100i s Elm 

Bost A E, railroader, bds 335 s Elm 

Bowman George, col, dom, h 202 Eugene 

Bowman Rtrfe, carpenter, h Vance 

,Boyd A T, deputy clerk, Superior Court, h 220 w Washington 
' y Boyd James E, attorney-at-law, 119£ s Elm, h 220 w Wash- 
ington 

Boyd Victoria, col, nurse, McAdoo House 

Boyles F C, salesman, r 113J w Market 

PROMPT PAYMENTS ^S^cXS&KS'. 

233K South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



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Brackin Mrs J A, wid, h 317 w Market . 
Bradley Miss N M, h 300 n Greene 
Bradshaw Greene, col, lab, h Julin 
Bradshaw Miss Lou, h Lewis 
Bradshaw Miss Manie, h s Elm 
Bradshaw Miss 01 lie, h 217 w Market 
Branch J, carpenter, bds 301 s Elm 
Branneck Belle, col, dom, h Pierson 
Branneck John, col, drayman, h East 
Brent Miss S A, teacher, h 127 Church 
Brewer G G, night police, h Ash bey limits 
Brim S G, clerk, h Asheboro 
Britt Emeline, col, cook, h 615 w Market 
Britton Jane, col, washer, h Warnersville 
Britton Maria, col, h 318 Chestnut 
Broadway William, printer, h 517 Greene 
Brock Miss Effie, cashier, h McCullock, S G 
Brockman A J, grocer, 412 e market, h 410 do 
Brockman Augustus, brakeman, h 410 e Market 
Brockman, Miss Emma (mute) h 410 e Market 
Brockman Frank, clerk, h 410 e Market 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. SSS M «S£ 

plete line of Builders Hardwarde in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



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J-V-LWilw^y and Country property. See the attractive list of property 
we otter for sale. YATES BROS., Real Estate Agents. Opp. Benhovv House. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 39 

Brockraan J L, S S Brown & Co, h 243 e Washington 

Brodnax J G Jr, com traveler h 209 w Market 

Brodnax Dr J G, physician and surgeon, 207 W Market, h 

209 do 
Brodnax Lewis, col, porter, McAdoo House 
Brodnax Win, col, tob worker, h College Hill 
Brookbanks Miss Jane, h 331 n Greene 
Brooks Andrew, contractor, h Lee, cor s Elm 
Brooks B B, bill clerk, h 124 Buchanan 
Brooks Miss Meona, h 450 Gorrell 
Brooks Mrs R C, wid, h 450 Gorrell 
Brooks R II, clerk, bds 124 Buchanan 
Brooks R W, lumber, etc, h 559 8 Elm 
Brooks Sam, col, grocer. 221 n Gilmer 
Brooks Prof W M, h 406 w Washington ave 
Brown Edmund, col, h e Washington 
Brown George, col, butler, h 220 w Washington ave 
Brown II L, painter, h 508 w Washington ave i-^^i 
Brown J Council, surveyor, h 107 e Gaston 
Brown James, col, lineman, h Factory, bey limits 

PiptllPO T?PQ1110tf QTI fl fl/fato For any and all sizes. ALDERMAN, 106^ 
ribllllu i? i alllDO dUU lUulO, S. Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Brown Miss Lake S, h 107 e Gaston 
Brown Miss Lula, h 508 w Washington ave 
Brown Mary, col, cook, h 108 s Forbes 
Brown Mollie, col, h 245 e Sycamore 
Brown Mrs N A, wid, h 107 e Gaston 
Brown Miss Ninna O, bookkeeper, h 107 e Gaston 
Brown R A, house and sign painter, h 508 w Washington ave 
Brown Rufus, col, lab, h 209 e Sycamore 
Brown Samuel, builder, etc, h 407 Walker eve 
v Brown Sample S, S S Brown & Co, also real estate, h 220 w 
Washington 
Brown Sample S & Co, dry goods, clothing, etc, 232 and 234 s 

Elm 
Brown Squire, col, lab, h Factory 
Brown Sue, col, washer, h 209 e Sycamore 
Brown William A, clerk, h Asheboro S G 
Browning Elijah, h 203 w Market 

Browning J M, Apple, Meadors & Browning, h 203 w Market 
Bruton George S, clerk, bds 417 n Davie 
Bryant Mary, col, h 200 Lyndon 
Buchanan Miss Mary, dress maker, h 407 e market 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO-SSW.ffl &£&£ 

able tor house keeping. 229 South Elm Street. 



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B. P. Wharton & Co., M E " te 



110 South Elm .Street, 
Greensboro, }s . C. 



40 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Buchanan W C, farmer, h 120 Buchanan 
Buckbee Miss C M, supl Kent House, r do 
Buford A, ft transfer agt R & 1) R R, h 306 w Market 
Bugbee Miss Cora, seamstress, h 117 s JDavie 
Bug-bee Mrs Lou, seamstress, h 117 s Davie 
Bullock Samuel, col, Boarding, 218 Market Sq 
Bumpass Miss Eugenia, teacher at college, h Mendenhall ave 
Bumpass Mrs F M, wid, h Mendenhall ave 
Burgess Miss Flora, bookkeeper, h 484 Arlington 
Burgess James, lab, r 116$ w Market 

Burgess W R, General Machinery, also Sec and Treas South 
Greensboro InvestmentCo, also Manaser The Moore 
County Millstone Co, 324 s Elm, h 434 Arlington 
Burnside Miss E, manager for Mrs W S Moore, fa 214 e Market 
Burnsides Ralph, driver engine No 1, h 114 w Gaston 
Burton Ann, col, dom, h 233, e Sycamore 
Burton Miss Naunie dress maker, h Mendenhall ave 
Byers John, col, tob worker, h 233 e Gaston 
Byers Mitchell, col, tob worker, h 233 e Gaston 
y Bynum W P Jr, attorney-at-law, h 106 Court Sq. h 218 e 
Washington 






Itv T r> T T TD A M f~^ L? (~\ M Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
'vOUKnlNC-E VJ LN nes, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
alty with O. W. OARR & CO. 233>£ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Caglar James, col, driver, h 208 s Forbes 
Calbutt Albert, col, mason, h 121 Percy 
Caldcleugh E M, E M Caldcleugh & Bro, h 219^ s Elm 
Caldcleugh E M & Bro, groceries, crockery, etc, 219 s Elm 
Caldcleugh Miss Mary E, h 219| s Elm 

Caldcleugh Robert A, E M Caldcleugh & Bro, h 219 \ a Elm 
Caldwell Alonzo, col, butler, h 358 Ash 
Caldwell Andrew, col, butler, h 127 Church 
Caldwell Miss Bettie, h 221 w Market 
Caldwell Frank, plasterer, h 212 Mebane 
Caldwell D F, Pres The Bank of Guilford, h 219 w Market 
Caldwell Lucy, col, cook, h Warncrsville 
/Caldwell Miss Nannie, h 306 w Market 
Caldwell Mrs N W, wid, h 306 w Market 
Caldwell Miss Pattie, h 221 w Market. 
Callahan Rev G W, pastor M E church, h 208 w Sycamore 
Callum Drug Co, (The) wholesale druggists, 231 s Elm 
Callum James R, the Callum Drug Co, h 417 Church 
Callum M K, clerk, h 417 Church" 



Largest Stock, C\ W|| | A rrn -fi p l A Special ind 
west Prices.^' V> J1J 2i I IJlIlCRl pARtt 



lducement to 
Lowest Prices.^ • »uu -Qiinuciu FARMERS. 

230 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f}$Y>10p & ¥ OWSfoVS ' l&&&J*Sa&* 



233 South Elm Street 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 41 

Callum N H, clerk, h 417 Church 

Callum W L, the Callum Drug Co, h 411 Church 

Campbell Jim, col, lab, h Warnersville 

Campbell John, col, blacksmith, h Warnersville 

Campbell William, painter, h 235 Belle Meade ave 

Canada H B, fireman, h 712 e Market 

Canada J A, engineer, h Ashboro 

Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railway Co, Julian A Gray 

pres, J W Fry gen manager, 377 s Davie 
Carden John, wood worker, h Lewis 
Cardwell Logan, col, tob worker, h Warnersville 
Carr W, 6 W Carr & Co, 233J s Elm, bds McAdoo House 
Carr W & Co, Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado Insurance, 

233£ s Elm 

TROKDON. Insurance Apt Office in Savings Ml 

Carr S, clerk, bds 301 s Elm 

Carr Wesley, col, porter, h Warnersville 

Carroll W T, painter, h 230 Orange 

Carlisle J E, carpenter, bds 335 s Elm 

Carson J T, machinist, h 234 e Market 

Carson Miss Mary E, h 234 e Market 

Carter Catherine, col, dom, h 121 w Sycamore 

Carter John, col, lab, h East 

Carter Miss M E, lady principal Greensboro Female College, 

r do 
Carter Ridge, col, lab, h.234 e Gaston 
Carter Sebina, cook, 116| e Market 

(Successors to Callum Bros. & Co.,) 

231 South Elm Street, - - - Greensboro, N/. C, 

Is the place to get Pure Drugs at Lowest Prices. Stock kept Complete 
by frequent arrivals. Country Merchants Supplied at Wholesale as low as 
the same goods can be bought in the Northern cities. In addition to 
Drugs and Medicines you'll find a good assortment of Perfumery, Station- 
ery, Fancy Soaps, Brushes, Fancy Articles, Tobacco and Cigars. 

Bememlier' mATAH !^^g ^ iALTATS CanoiD , s. 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS gSS,S533 ,, c8: I S? ffiffBffK 

Greensboro, N. C. 



E. P. Wharton & Co., J 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



42 GKEENSBOEO DIEECTORY. 

Cartland H H, Merchant Tailor and Gent's Furnisher, 106 8 

Elm, h Asheboro, S G 
Cates John W, carpenter, h 800 e Market 
Cator Mrs Annie, boarding, h 127 Church 
Causey Ernest, clerk, h 327 w Elm 
Causey Frank, carpenter, h 310 Asheboro 
Causey Miss Hattie, clerk register's office, h 327 n Elm 
Causey J W, Reigister of Deeds, 105 n Elm, h w Market 
Causey S, Crown Mills, h High Point 
Causey Rufe, miller, h 707 e Sycamore 

Causey R E, sec and treas Crown Mills, bds McAdoo House 
Causey Turner, col, restaurant 207 s Elm, h Warnersville 
Causey "Will, clerk, h 302 s Davie 
Causey W P, boarding, h 310 Aheboro 
Central Protestant, J L Michaux editor, 224 s Elm 
Chalin A P, painter, bds 301 s Elm 
Chamber of Commerce, 233^ s Elm 
Chavis Eliza, col, watress at station, h Morehead 
Cheek John, carpenter, h Asheboro 
Cheek Thomas, moulder, h Factory 



INSURANCE ON 

alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>£South 



Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Chichester Bros, China Hall, 104 s Elm 

Chichester C R, Chichester Bros, h Warrenton, Va 

Chichester G P, Chichester Bros, Washington, D C 

Chichester James M, Chichester Bros, r 107J w Market 

Chilcott I H, telegrapher, bds 124 Buchanan 

Claiborne Jame i, col, butler, h 404 w Market 

Claiborne Will, col, wks electric light co, h Warnersville 

Clanton Charles, col, carpenter, h College Hill 

Clapp C A, clerk, h e Market 

Clapp Mrs Mattie, wid, h Spring 

Clapp Mrs Sarah, wid, h Oak 

Clarida W F, clerk, h s Elm 

Clark Mrs Ann, wid, h 358J s Elm 

Clark Edward, col, porter, h 429 Lindsey Wood 

Clark Henry, col, waiter, h 120 s Gilmer 

Clark W C, clerk, r 330£ s elm 

Clary W J, Morris & Co, h 239 Lindsey 

Clegg I H, book agent, h 531 s Elm 

Clegg Miss Maggie, h 231 s Elm 

Clegg W F, clerk, h 531 s Elm 



Largest Stock, Q. Will A rmfiplrl s P ecial inc 
.west Prices.^* »T 111 XI I lilllWU f A R] 



lducement to 
Lowest Prices.^* nniiiiumciu FARMERS. 

236 and 23S South Elm Street. 



"IVTrm ATT SECURELY LOANED at 8 per. cent on the best City 
JYJLVJ XI" Jr and Country property. See the attractive list of property 
we offer for sale. YATES BROS., Real Estate Agents. Opp. Benbow House. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 43 

Clemits R B, railroader, bds 335 8 Elm 
Clendenin & Albright, grocers, 121 e Market 
Clendenin Clarence U, telegraph messenger, h 208 s Spring 
Clendenin Henry W, h 208 s Spring 
Clendenin J C, Clendenin & Albright, h 208 s Spring 
Clendenin John B, h printer, 208 s Spring 
Clendenin Miss Lou, h Asheboro 
Clendenin Miss Mamie M, h 208 s Spring 
Clifton J A, freight clerk, r 377 s Davie 
Climer J M, clerk, h e Market 
Close Francis, col, dom, h 322 w Gaston 
Cobb H W, leaf tobacco, 114 Fayetteville, 226 Belle Meade 
ave, h 337 n Elm 

"DTT^nrT^rXT? A "DTT"V in a11 its branches. Alderman, 
JlJH\J ± WVT.LV.Cl.jrXl X 106 1 S. Elm St. Greensboro, N.C. 

Coble D T, J M Hendrix & Co, h Tabernacle, N C 
Coble George, conductor R & D R K, h 444 
Coble J R, clerk, h 113 e Market 
Coble J W, conductor R & D R R, h 438 Church 
Coble Miss M B, h 438 Church 
Coe John W, carpenter, h 310 Asheboro 
Coe Rev S W, pastor M P church, h Asheboro 
u'Coffin W E, ticket agent, h 364 Ash 
Cole J H, transfer agt, R & D R R, h King ave 
Cole Pinkney, car recorder, R & D R R, h King ave 
Coleman James, col, tob worker, h Mebane 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed, 

Salt Fish and Smoked Meats, Teas, Coffees 

and Spices, Fruits and Confectioneries. 

Vegetables in their seasons. 

Tobacco, Snuff & Cigars. 

Butter, Eggs, Poultry and Country Produce. 
121 EAST MARKET STREET, 

<BBHBlTg»ltMO» ■ ■ ■ !T»Ct 

"DTTV TUT? DFMTMPTAAT New Model Gun for the best shooting gun on 
DU I LXlCi aCilVlllMljlUil the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., E 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N, C. 



44 GEEENSBOEO DIEECTOEY. 

Coleman J A, gun and. safe worker, 104 Court House Sq, h e 

Market, outside limits 
Coleman Lige, col, driver, h s Spring, bey limits 
Coleman Nannie, col, nurse, McAdoo House 
Coleman Sandy, col, h s Spring, bey limits 
Collins Charles, express messenger, h 117 e Sycamore 
Collins Wm Jr, 117 e Sycamore 
Collins William, cabinet maker and undertaker, 120 s Davie, 

h 117 e Sycamore 
Coltrane Ed, col, butler, h 116 w Gaston 
Conrad Eliza, col, cook, h 119 n Gilmer 
Conrad Martha, col, dom, h 210 w Washington 
Conrad W B, com salesman, bds Benbow House 
Copeman J JJ, engineer, h 524| s Elm 

OW PARR & PA Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First 
■ Hi brtnn (X Vv*l Class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 2SJ>£ 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C 

Corl Miss Bertha, h 220 n Davie 

Corl Charles Lee, blacksmith, h 220 n Davie 

Corl D W, blacksmith, 215 e Sycamore, h 220 n Davie 

Corl Miss Sal lie, h 220 n Davie 

Cota F H, general secretary Y M C A, h 517 w Market 

Cotton Carolin, col, washer, h McAdoo al 

Cotton Charles, col, well digger, h 610 e Market 

Craig, Adaline, col, h 120 s Gilmer 

Crawford Hannah, col, washer, h Julin 

Crawford J L, col, lab, r 230 s Davie 

Crawford Eev L W, pastor Methodist church, h 602 w Market 

Crawford Luther, col, lab, h 200 w Market 

H. w. COBB7 

DEALER IN 

LEAF TOBACCO 

All Packing Guaranteed. 

114 Fayetteville St., and 226 Belle Meade Avenue, 

GEEENSBOBO, N. C. 

All the novelties in ft Will Avra-fiolrl AU ^°ods 
Ladies Press Goods.^* M m -£»-l U111U1U Warren ted. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 




i 



PYMOjMf) & PoWf&L, "IStSfjr 



Goods 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY 



45 



Crawford Luther, col, porter, h 108 a Forbes 
Crawford Mrs Mary B, wid, bds Beabow House 
Crawford Robert, h 602 w Market 
Crittenden Minnie, seamstress, h 100£ n Davie 
Crittenden Richard, shoemaker, 100£ n Davie, h do 
Crocker Mrs Mary, private school, n Arlington, h do 
Crocker W J, carpenter, h Arlington 
Crown Mills, A Ragan, pres, R E Causey, secty and treas, 

701 e Washington 
Crump Agnes, col, dom, h 323 Asheboro 
Crump Mrs M C, boarding, h 321 Gorrell 
Crump W B, mail agt for R & D R R, h 321 Gorrell 
Outchfield A S, h 618 e Market 
Crutchfield C F, genl mang for North State Co, h s Elm cor 

Lee 

SAMUEL L. TROM, Notary jjjjj Savings Bant. 

Crutchfield Colin, speeder, h 618 e Market 

Crutchtield Elizabeth, col, cook, h 202 Eugene 
i^Crutchtield George, student, h s Elm 

Crutchiield Miss Ora, seamstress, h 618 e Market 

Crutchfield W G, clerk, h e Market 
u Cunningham Mrs B A, wid, h 439 Church 
v Cunningham Miss Carrie, h 439 Church 
(/Cunningham J Milton, tobacconist, h 439 Church 

Cunningham Peter, col, lab, h McAdoo al 

Curry Charles, lab, h 301 Pecry 

Curtis Berry, h 473 Church 

Curtis C F, brakeman, h 473 Church 




m d. w. com!, 



PRACTICAL 
AND 



s4^, 



21S ^a^t ^ydamore $t., 

GREENSBORO, N. O. 

Horses Shod on correct principles. Thousands of horses are permanently injured 
by bad shoeing. The above has studied the anatomy of the horse's foot, and has had 
many years' experience, and he believes that he can satisfy any reasonable horse 
owner with his work. He solicits a share of the public's patronage. 

Oljn T T O before buying Sash, Doors and Blinds, or anvthing in the Hard- 
OCC Uo ware line. WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. 229 S. Elm Street. 
Greensboro, rf. C. 



B. P. Wharton & Co, ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



46 GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Curtis Miss Fannie A, seamstress, h 119 w Market 
Curtis H C, h 473 Church 
Curtis Miss Isabel, seamstress, h 330£s Elm 
Curtis, James, cabinet maker, h Bragg 
Curtis Mrs J K, wid, h 330£ s Elm 
Curtis John E, printer, h 330£ 8 Elm 
Curtis W H, compositor, h 473 Church 
Curtis W R, fireman, h 473 Church 
v'Dagraftenried Sarah, dom, h 215 s Davie 
Daily Workman, The, J L Michaux, editor, 224 s Elm 
Daley Mrs S A, missionary, h Kent Home 
Dalton Miss Ada, h 217 n Gilmer 
Dalton Mary C, col, h 226 n Forbes 
Daniel S G, law student, h 203 w Market 

OW nURR&PA Insurance promptly placed and prompt payment of losses guar- 
. 11 • U/Vnn U \J\J, anteed. Over S200,000 losses paid during the last eighteen years, 
and no policy ever yet contested written at this Agency.. 233% S. Elm St. Greensboro. 

Daniels John H, H W Dixon & Co, h Baltimore, Md 

Darr Dallas, col, lab, h 318 Chestnut 

Davis Prof C L, school teacher, h 307 Percy 

Davis D S, railroader, bds 335 s Elm 

Davis F A, repairer, 213 s Elm 

Davis Isom, col, blacksmith, h 426 w Gaston 

Davis J B, tinner, h 215 a Davie 

Davis JH, Davis & Matthews, h Bilbro S G 

Davis Jane, col, dom, h 112 s Davie 

Davis Loula, col, dom, h 132 s Gilmer 

Davis & Matthews, grocers, Lewis outside limits 

Dawsey Henry, col, painter, h Jonesboro 

J. H. DAVIS. \^ F. A. MATTHEWS. 

DAVIS & MATTHEWS. 

DEALERS IN 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, 

ROLLER FLOUR, 

MEAL, MILL FEED, 

AND COUNTRY 
PRODUCE of ALL KINDS. 

Lewis St, Near Railroad, 
GREENSBORO, I C, 

Carpets and Oilcloths/"}. "Will A rmfiolrl Lowest W ic<? *, largest 

All designs and styles^* • »» llL -£*- 1 LLllltJIU stoc k j n Greensboro. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street, 




TTI^y, Qft 1 ^ The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
J? KJl O Ctl fc?. around Greensboro, M . 0. Call on us. YATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 47 

Dawsey Will, col, painter, h Jonesboro 

Day W A, col, leaf tobacco, 364£ s Elm and 106 J Buchanan, h 

Warnersville 
Dean James, brick mfr, on N C R R, nr Centre, h e Market 
Dean Jessie, col h e Market 
Dean Laura, col, h e Market 
Deberry Anna, col,dom, h 447 w Washington 
Delancy Mrs Emma, wid, h 358£ s Elm 
Delancy Georgie, knitter, h 358| s Elm 
Delancy Pink, h 358£ s Elm 
Denny A, conductor R & D R R, h Bragg 
Denny 6W, EM Hendrix & Co, h Church bey limits 
Denny Sarah, col, dom, h 602 w Market 
Dettmering Fred, h 219 Mebane 
Dettmering Miss Mary, h 219 Mebane 
Dettmering Miss Theresa, h 219 Mebane 
Deviney W 0, carpenter, h Arlington 
Dewitt T J, freight clerk, h Lewis 
Dewitt T J, car sealer, h 226 Orange 
Dick Aaron, col, lab, h 228 Mebane 

ALDERMAN, Photograp ^en»bL!°N h c Elm street - 

Dick Miss Annie, h 218 n Elm 

Dick Charlotte, col, h 229 n Gilmer 

Dick George, h Chestnut bey limits 

Dick George, col, meats, h Warnersville 

Dick Judge Robert, 103 s Elm, h Church bey limits 

Dick Marion, col, washer, h 229 n Gilmer 

Dick Monroe, col, driver, h off e Market 

Dick Peter, col, cook McAdoo, h 464 Lindsey Wood 

Dick Judge R P, U S District Judge, 103 a Elm, h outside 

limits 
Dick Rufus, col, moulder, h e Market 
Dick Ruth, col, dom, h 218 n Elm 
Dick Mrs S W, h 312 n Elm 
Dick Wm, col, trucker, h 134 s Gilmer 
Diffee W S, com salesman, r Sycamore 
Dike Book Co, booksellers and stationers, 116 s Elm 
Dillard Abner, col, tob worker, h 237 e Sycamore 
Dillard Drury C, h 322 w Gaston 
Dillard Jennie, col, washer, h 237 e Sycamore 
Dillard John H, Dillard & King, h 322 w Gaston 
/Dillard & King, attorneys-at-law, 100^ n Elm 



THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. SEftS 

plete line of Builders Hardware in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



B. P. Wharton &O0, 1 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



48 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Dillard Tom, col, tob worker, h 116 s Forbes 

Dillard "Willie, col, tob worker, h 237 e Sycamore 

Dilworth Miss DoraR, dress maker, h 116£ w Market 

Dilworth Miss Fannie, dress maker, h 116| w Market 

Dilworth Miss Mary E, dress maker, 116-| w Market 

Dilworth Mrs S W, boarding, 116£ w Market 

Dixon_ Clitford, bookkeeper, h 402 w Washington 

Dixon HW, II W Dixon & Co, h 210 Ash 

Dixon H W& Co, hardware, 223 s Elm 

Dixon M L, clerk, h 402 w Washington 

Dixon Miss Mary, h 402 w Washington 

Dixon Miss Myrtle, h 402 w Washington 

Dixon R L, clerk, h Ash 

Doak Ann, col, washer, h Warnersville 



OUT /"> A t~) O Xt (~**/~\ Correspondence Soltcited. Call and see 
• VV V^/"\ r\ tx OO V_/V^» M before insuring. Office 2nd floor of 
the National Bank Building, 233% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C 

Doak Edward, col, lab, h Warnersville 

Doak Elizah, col, lab, h Julin 

Doak James W, clerk, h 203 Cedar 

Doak Miss Mary, milliner, h 203 Cedar 

Doak Mary C, col, h 345 s Davie 

Doak Thomas, col, grocery, h Oak 

Dock Sam, col, lab, h 217 w Market 

Dodson Jane, col, dom, h Julin 

Dodson Miss Mary Queen, h 327 e Market 

Dodson S C, florist, also asst freight agt, h 327 e Market 

Dodson Willie, conductor, C F & Y V R R, h 327 e Market 




Books & Stationery, 

FANCY GOODS, HAMMOCKS, CROQUET SETS, 

Base Balls and Bats; Everything usually found in the 
Stationery line; Latest paper bound Novels and 

Periodicals. Subscriptions taken for Maga- 
zines and Newspapers. Orders by mail promptly 
filled. Butterick's Patterns and Fashion Periodicals. 
116 SOUTH ELM STREET, Opposite Piedmont Bank, 

6f881ilfPii If® ds 

Dry Goods, Clothing, f\ ~Y\T\]] A r^mficJrl Hats, Caps and Gent's 
Boots and Shoes. VX. VV 111 1VI IlllltJIU Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f{SY]tf op & Fowto'g "33 



233 South Elm Street. 



Goods Arcade" in 
National Bank Building. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



49 



Dodson G W, com salesman, bds Benbow House 

Doggett Lindsey, col, carpenter, h 210 n Gilmer 

Dollar D M, carpenter, bds 301 s Elm 

Dollar William R, carpenter,, bds 301 s Elm 

Donald Annie, col, dom, h 346 Ash 

Donald Dolphus, col, h Jonesboro 

Donald Nelson, col, lab, h Jonesboro 

Donnell Miss Addie, h 406 w Gaston 

Donnell Albert, col, tob worker, h 314 Chestnut 

Donnell George, farmer, h 406 w Gaston 

Donnell James R, clerk, h 318 e Washington 

Donnell Miss Jennie, h 318 e Washington 

Donnell John, col, shoe maker, 110 n Greene, h 205 n Gilmer 

Donnell John J, Eagle foundry co, h Asheboro r do 

TBOKDON. Instance Agent. Office in Savincs BaT 

Donnell John D, undertaker, h 818 e Washington 
Donnell J R, clerk, h 318 e Washington 
Donnell Lizzie, col, washer, h 318 e Washington 
Donnell M, col, baker, r 230 s Davie 
Donnell Rohanna, col, washer, h Warnersville 
Donnell Smith, col, drayman, h 463 Lindsey Wood 
Donnell Thomas, moulder, h 318 e Washington 
Donnell Wash, col, clerk, h Warnersville 
Donnell W C, conductor, h 318 e Washington 
Donnell W M, policeman, r 101£ e market 
Dorsett C H, Johnson & Dorsett, h 240 e Market 
Doub Miss A D, h 618 w Gaston 
Doub Miss L G, h 618 w Gaston 
Doub Mrs W C, wid, h 618 w Gaston 




H. W. DIXON & GO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

HARDWARE, TINWARE AND STOVES. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLIMENTS, 

And a Full Line of Cutlery, Suns, 

AND SPORTING GOODS. 

AGENTS FOR THE OLIVER CHILLED, 

AND HAMPTON PLOWS, 

AND THE W. C. KELLY STEEL AXES. 

223 SOUTH ELM ST., 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS SaOSSPXVSSSOSS 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., ^ftESiC&i 



Greensboro, N. C. 



50 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Doughty Miss Blanche, h 422 n Greene 

Doughty Charles H Jr, shoemaker, 422 n Greene 

Doughty Charles H, grocer and shoemaker, 226 a Elm, h 422 

n Greene 
Douglas Robert M, Attorney-at-Law, 115 s Elm, h Ashe- 

boro, S G 
Dowd Miss EUa, teacher Greensboro female college, r do 
Drake John R, medicine mfr, bds McAdoo House 
Dudley A H, Fancy Goods and Notions, 508 e Elm,h do 
Dudley Jim, col, farmer, h 318 Chestnut 
Duffy Miss Agnes, h 703 Edgeworth 

Duffy James, keeper green hill cemetery, h 703 Edgeworth 
Dunham George, bookkeeper, h Lee, S G 
Dunn Helen, cook, 213 Market Sq 



OW PARR Rf Pft Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
■ h • vttliU OC UUi| class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 2fl>2 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Dunn John, col, lab, h 200 w Market 

Durham R A, clerk, h 120 Ash 

Durham Julia, col, cook, h 406 Church 

Eagle Foundry Co, stove mfrs, etc, Teague, Donnell & Stewart, 

proprs, 522 s Elm 
Easley W P, carpenter, h 801 e Market 
Easley Solomon, col, tob worker, h 314 Chestnut 
East Whitt, clerk at depot, h 120 Ash 
Eastman John, col, porter, h 441 e Washington 
Eckle A P, Justice of Peace, 110 e Market, h s Davie 
Eckle C E, dept U S marshal, h 337 s Davie 

== J. S."EDWELL, = 




Special Attention given to FINE WORK, 
which I am prepared to furnish on very short 
notice and at LOW PRICES. Repairing a 
Specialty. 

118 East Sycamore St., 



G^eei^Wo, K. £. 



All the novelties in /l Will Armfiplrl AU (T ° ods 
Ladies Dress Goods. 1 *' " m lVl lUlieiU Warrented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



TV/Trm QT7 securely LOANED at 8 per. cent on the best City 
JAtLVJllOjf and Country property. See the attractive list of property 
we offer for Bale. YATES BROS., Real Estate Agents. Opp. Benbow House. 

GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 51 

Eckle E P, h 337 s Davie 
Eckles Georgiana, col, dom, h 505 w Market 
Eddy Mrs Catherine C, wid, h Arlington 
Edes Mrs Barbara, wid, h 516 n Greene 
Edes Joseph, com salesman, h 516 n Greene 
Edes Miss Mary R, h 516 n Greene 
Edwards Annie, col, h 239 e Gaston 
Edwards Hezekiah, col, tob worker, h 239 e Gaston 
Edwards John, col, teacher, h 239 e Gaston 
Edwards Mrs M A, confectionery and ice cream, 113 w Mar- 
ket, h do 
Edwards Miss Mollie J, h 434 Arlington 
Edwards Robert, col, plasterer, h 239 e Gaston 
Edwards Willie, col,h 108 s Forbes 
Edwell Edgar, col, student, h 224 Mebane 
Edwell J S, col, shoemaker, 118 e Sycamore, h 224 Mebane 
•/Elam H J, secty and treas Greensboro Cotton Mills, also of 
Reece & Elam, h 429 e Washington 
Ellington John, woodworker, h s Elm 

T>TTf*^rp/^N/*1 "O A "DTT"V * n a ^ ^ branches. Alderman, 
JT Jl±KJ JL VJ VJTXVXLi XI X 106* S. ElmSt. Greensboro, N. C. 

Ellington Mrs M A J, wid, h 440 w Gaston 

Ellington Neil, cashier, The National Bank of Greensboro, h 

505 w Market 
Ellington Wm W, com mer, h 426 w Gaston 
Elliott J Gurney, bookkeeper, h 402 w Washington 
Elliott Miss Mattie, saleslady, h Oak 
Elliott Walter, knitter, h 524£ s Elm 
Elliott W R, carpenter, h Oak 
Ellis S R, clerk, h 120 n Greene 
Emerson J W, col, barber, 125 s Elm, h 227 e Gaston 
Emerson Mary, col, h 227 e Gaston 
Emmerson Jerry, col, lab, h s Elm 
Emmerson Wash, col, barber, h 208 s Forbes 
Engine Company, No 1, 108 and 110 w Gaston 
England James E, painter, h 215 s Davie 
England Mrs Mary, h 218 e Gaston 
Estes Christopher, col, carpenter, h Moore al 
Fargo Jed, col, tob worker, h s Spring 
Fargns J W, tob worker, bds 301 s Elm 
Farmers Warehouse, W E Bevill & Co, props, 241 n Greene 
Farrabee Jack, col, gardener, h 611 e Gaston 
Farrar M R, watchmaker, h 424 Church 

O TT T? TTC before buying Sash, Doors and Blinds, or anything In the Hard- 
O C, tS U O ware line. WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. 229 S. Elm Street. 
Greensboro, N. C7 






E. P. Wharton &O0, 1 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



52 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Farrar W B, watchmaker and jeweler, 102 s Elm, h 424 

Church 
Farrington J Q, boot and shoe maker, 118 e Market, h Lewis 

outside limits 
Farrington Miss Lou, h Lewis 
Farrish George W, col, porter, h 110 Percy 
Farriss Mrs Annie G, wid, h 214 w Washington 
Farriss G W, col, porter, h e Washington 
Farriss John B, drug clerk, h 214 w Washington 
Farriss Joseph G, freight clerk, h 214 w Washington 
Farriss Will, baker, h331 n Greene 
Farrow Sid, col, lab, h 317 Percy 
Faust Lizzie, col, nurse, h 134 s Gilmer 
Faust Maria, col, washer, h 200 s Forbes 



O.W CARR&CQ 

the National Bank Building, 233% South Eln 



Correspondence Soltcited. Call and see 
us before insuring. Office 2nd floor of 
lm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Faust Sallie,col, cook, h 200 s Forbes 

Faust Wm, col, moulder, h 134 s Gilmer 

Ferrell Sam, col, lab, h 347 s Davie 

Fetzer Frank, engineer, h Asheboro 

Fetzer J H, printer, h Asheboro 

Fetzer J W, fireman, h Asheboro 

Fetzer Jesse, h Asheboro 

Fetzer John, h Asheboro 

Field Rev Adam, col, pastor, A M E Church, h Lindsey bey 

limits 
Field Cheese, col, tob worker, h 314 Chestnut 
Field F M, h s Elm 
Field J B, coal, wood etc, 110 Depot, h 210 e Washington 

J. ©. PIMf ~ 

DEALER IN 

COAL, WOOD, LIME AND CEMENT. 

PROPRIETOR CITY DRAY LINE. 

110 Depot St., Near Depot., GREENSBORO, N. G. 

JAS. E. TOMLINSQN, Manager. 

Dry Goods, Clothing,/! \\7*ill A T»mfiolr1 Hats, Caps and Gent's 
Boots and Shoes. *■*• T» Hi xl.1 UlllUlU Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 




f{$Y]VIOX© & POWSfol* head r„d r 'Ce f ft r prSe? 



Goods 
And Lowest Prici 
233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBOKO DIRECTORY. 53 

Field J E, clerk, h 324 n Greene 
./Fields F M, wines and liquors, 368 s Elm, h s Elm bey limits 

Fields^Robert, woodworker, h Lewis 

Fields Sam, col, lab, h East 
^Fields Wm A, h 447 Arlington 

File Wm, harness maker, h 310 Asheboro 

Fishblate E R, com salesman, h 203 Eugene 

Fishblate Miss Elizabeth, h 203 Eugene 

Fishblate F, clothing, gents furnishings, etc, 230 s Elm, h 
203 Eugene 

Fitzsimons George, druggist, 100 s Elm, h do 

Flowers Minerva, col, washer, h 232 n Gilmer 

Foard Prof R A, atty-at-law, h Asheboro 

Fontaine Miss M C, h 328 Church 

SAMUEL L. TBO&DON, Notary Pililic Savings Bant. 

v Forbis James W, atty-at-law, also City Mayor, 102 n Elm, 
100J s Elm 
Forbis W R, furniture, 320 and 322 s Elm, h Bragg 
Forsyth Miss Christinia, h s Elm 
Forsyth John, meats, Asheboro, h country 
Foster Albert, col, mason, h 422 Lindsey 
Foster Miss Sallie, h 321 Gorrell 
Foulkes Susan, col, dom, h 305 w Market 
Foushee Lucius, student, h 559 s Elm 
Foust Calvin, col, cook, h 219 e Washington 
Foust Joseph, col, brick layer, h 307 Percy 
Fowler Mrs A F, wid, h 115 Ash 
Fowler Miss Emma S, tailoress, h 115 Ash 



BEST GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES. 

Drugs, (taiGals, Spices, Toilet Articles, 

CIGARS, GARDEN SEEDS, &c, 

100 South Elm St., Opp. Post Office, 

DTTV TUT? Dl?MT\IPTn\T New Model Gun for the beat shooting gun on 
J)U I I Hrj IiMVlllMTlUi> the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



54 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Fowler Miss Jennie, h 115 Ash 
Fowler J D, tailor, h 115 Ash 
Fowler Miss Nettie G, tailoress, h 115 Ash 
Fowlkes Edward, col, lab,h Jonesboro 
Frasier Robert, woodworkor, h Lewis 
;/ Fra.zier Cyrus P r real estate and ins, h 313 w Washington Jo£&sl>(- 
Frazier W L, salesman, r 113£ w Market ^fy^rfC 

Freeman James F, woodworker, h 115 Lewis <#>a^*/ 

Freeman Miss Lucy J, h 115 Lewis 
Freeman Michael A, polisher, h 115 Lewis 
Freeman Peter V, carpenter, h 115 Lewis 
Fries Louis, col, lab, h East 

Fry H L, chief engineer, C F & Y V Railway Co, h Ashe- 
boro 



Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto* 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233%~South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C 



INSURANCfiQN 

alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>?South '. 



Fry J W, genl manager, C F & Y V Railway Co, h 605 w 

MRrKGt 
Fulford Miss E, h 406 Church 
Fultz Mary, col, h 324 Percy 
Fulton Noah, col, porter, h Lyndon 
Fulton Nory, col, drayman, h 141 8 Gilmer 
Fuqna L W, car inspector, h Asheboro 
Gaddy Charles, col, student, h 208 8 Forbes 
Gainer Anderson, clerk, h 120 Ash 
Galloway A H, jr, bank clerk, r 119£ s Elm 
Galloway Bros, grocers, 124 s Davie 
Galloway Champ, col, carpenter, h Jonesboro 

JAS. W. FORBI^ 

Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, 

102 N. ELM STREET, 



PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL BUSINESS. 

The Collection of Claims and the Settlement of Estates Specialties. 

Largest Stock, ri Will A rm-fiolrl Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices. VJ * " J1J UllllUtJlU FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 




JENKINS & WALTHALL, 



EDGE GILDERS and PRINTERS 

9, 11 & 13 N. Twelfth Street, 



Blank Books of all hinds made to order. 
Chech, Draft and JVote Boohs, 

Either Printed or- Lithographed. 
Bill, Letter, and JVote Heads, 

And all hinds Mercantile Printing 

Done Promptly and at Low Prices. 



;azin6i of all kinds Beund in ang Ifcgk 



Special attention given to orders for RIBBON BADGES Stamped in 

Gold, for Societies. 

Edge Gilding for the Trade at Lowest Rates. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED on APPLICATION 

T*j W®, ' It will W&y *g"#ia; 



JENKINS & WALTHALL, 



EDGE GILDERS and PRINTERS 



9, 11 &.13 N. Twelfth Street, 
1I0ND. t i TIM©INIA e 




lanh Boohs of all hinds made to order. 
Chech, Draft and Mote Boohs, 

Either Printed or Lithographed. 
Bill, Letter, and Mote Heads, 

And all hinds Mercantile Printing 

Done Promptly and at Low Prices. 



.a|azinet -of all. kinds Bennd in any Ife 



Special attention given to orders for RIBBON BADGES Stamped in 

Gold, for Societies. 

Edge Gilding for the Trade at Lowest Rates. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED on APPLICATION 

Try Ws. It will Fay Y<?«. 



T71 <~Ly% Qn 1 s\ The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
J? yJL Oct! tJ. around Greensboro, N. C. Call on us. YATES BROS, 
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GKEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 55 

Galloway Eliza, col, tob worker, h e Market 

Galloway Estella, col, washer, h e Market 

Galloway Jack, col, waiter, h e Market 

Galloway Louis, col, butcher, h 601 e Gaston 

Galloway Lewis B, col, Galloway Bros, h outside limits 

Galloway Martha, col, dom, McAdoo House 

Galloway Nancy, col, washer, h McAdoo al 

Galloway Raleigh, col, lab, h Jonesboro 

Galloway Turner R, col, Galloway Bros, h e Market 

Galloway Wert, col, Galloway Bros, h e Market 

Gamble Alice, col, nurse, h Gorrell 

Gamble Caroline, col, cook, h Gorrell 

Gamble Ellen, col, h Gorrell 

Gamble Emily, col, cook, h Gorrell 

ALDBRM AN, Photograph G^ens bL!°S! h c E " n street ' 

Gamble Jeremiah, col, h Gorrell 

Gamble Patience, col, dom, h Gorrell 

Gammon Miss Lizzie, knitter, h Lewis 

Gant Richard, col, yardman, h 234 Percy 

Garrett Mrs E 0, wid, h 209 Cedar 

Garrett Frank, col, h Warnersville 

Garrett George, col, peddler, h Warnersville 

Garrett Sallie, tob worker, 213 Market sq 

Garrett Smith, col, trucker, h 233 e Market 

Garrett Yancey, col, carpenter, h 314 Chestnut 

Gaulden George, harness maker, h 218 Belle Meade av 

Gibbons J N, auctioneer, Star Warehouse, r do 

Gibson Miss Annie, dress maker, h 424 e Washington 

GALLOWAY BROTHERsT 

DEALERS IN 

'CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 

AND 

PROVISIONS, FISH, 

Salt, Bacon, Hams, Flour, 
Canned Goods, Confectioner, 
Cigars, Snuff and Tobacco, 
Poultry, Game and Vegetables 
in their Seasons. All Kinds of 
Country Produce. 

124 South Davie St. Cor. Sycamore, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. W 

plete line of Builders Hardwar a e in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 




B. P. Wharton & Co., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



56 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Gibson Alph, tob worker, h Warnersville 

Gibson Caleb, col, lab, h College hill 

Gibson Cornelia, col, washer, h Morehead 

Gibson Rev Louis, col, pastor Meth church, h Warnersville 

Gibson Percy, col, harness maker, h Warnersville 

Giles Rev Wm, col, pastor A M Church, h East 

Gilgreast Ruth, col, washer, h 521 Smith 

Gillcreast Abram, col, lab, h 204 8 Forbes 

Gillespie Miss Ella, saleslady, bds 202 Ash 

Gillgrees Albert, col, stableman, r 115 s Davie 

Gilliland J H, conductor, h Arlington 

Gilmer A L, J M Hendrix & Co, h McLeansville N C 

Gilmer Callie,col, h Percy nre Washington 

Gilmer Calvin, col, supt at Moore's, h 108 s Forbes 

Gilmer Cindy, col, h Warnersville 

Gilmer Dave, col, tob worker, h Warnersville 

Gilmer EL, J F Jordan & Co, h 311 Asheboro 

Gilmer J E, student, h 312 n Elm 

OW T1RR&PA Insurance promptly placed and prompt payment of losses guar- 
■ H • l/AMk u UUi anteed. Over 8200,000 losses paid during the last eighteen years, 
and no policy ever yet contested written at this Agency. 233% S. Elm St. Greensboro. 

Gilmer Jim, col, mason, h Warnersville 
Gilmer John A, Gilmer & Wright, h 312 n Gilmer 
Gilmer Judie, col, h Warnersville 
Gilmer Lena, col, h 229 e Sycamore 
Gilmer Lizzie, col, dom,h 335 Church 
Gilmer Mack, col, mail carrier, h Warnersville 
Gilmer Nicey, col, washer, h 229 e Sycamore 
Gilmer Sam L, clerk, h 107 e Gaston 
Gilmer Sarah, col, washer, h 435 e Washington 
Gilmer Tom, col, mail driver, h Warnersville 
Gilmer & Wright, attorneys-at-law, 108 n Elm 
Gilmer Wm, col, waiter, h e Market 

Glascock G T, mfr of stoves, plows etc, 214 Lewis, h Ashe- 
boro, S G 
Glenn Dr Chas M, physician, 234£ s Elm, h 517 w Market 
Glenn James D, special agt R & D R R, h Arlington 
Glenn Robert G, insurance, 110 s Elm, h 517 w Market 
Glenn Tyre, U S Marshal, 103 s Elm, h 200 n Davie 
Golden A J, painter, 225 Mebane, h do 
Golden Miss Annie J, h 225 Mebane 
Golden Eugene D, painter, h 225 Mebane 
Golden Walter J, clerk, h 225 Mebane 
Goldston S J, col, grocer, 601 e Market, h do 

Carpets and Oilcloths/^! Will A T*lYl"fip1rl Lowest prices, largest 

All designs and styles^-** » * *** ^*-* 111 11 tJ Id stock in Greensboro. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street, 



Virppn flDflQ REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
IillJbU DAU0-| hands, if you want it sold orrented. If you wantto pur- 
chase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House. 

GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 57 

Goodlow Miss Bessie, h 217 n Gilmer 

Gordon Miss Mary, knitter, h Lewis 

Gorrell Albina, col, he Washington 

Gorrell Abraham, col, lab, h East 

Gorrell Calvin, blacksmith, h East 

Gorrell Mrs Carrie, wid, h 122 n Davie 
/Gorrell Mrs C C, C C Gorrell & Co,h 202 Ash 

Gorrell C C & Co, millinery and fancy goods, 109 w Market 
i Gorrell Miss Charlotte J, h 214 w Washington 

Gorrell George, col, tob worker, h East 

Gorrell John, col, lab, h East 

Gorrell Nelson, col, blacksmith, h Eeast 

Gorrell Robert, Gorrell & Field, h s Elm 

Gorrell Sarah, col, h 523 Smith 



"OTT/^Vrn/^V/^l TJ A TJTT'Xr in all its branches. Alderman, 

IT±±\J J. VJVJTXl/XXirXl X 106JS. Elm St. Greensboro, N.C. 

Goulding S J, painter, h 436 n Green 

Goyle Calvin, col, blacksmith, 218 e Sycamore 

Graded School, white, 218 Lindsey 

Graded School, colored, 212 and 214 Percy 

Graham H H, col, Payne & Graham, r 309 s Elm 

Graham John, clerk, h Asheboro 

Graham Mrs Mary, dress maker, h 424 e Washington 

Graham Robert EL, h 424 e Washington 

Grandison Chales N, col, principal Bennett Seminary, h do 

Grasby R, col, tob worker, 213 s Elm 

Gratter Mrs Lavinia, h 202 Eayetteville 

Graves Alfred, col, h Vance 

Graves Anderson, col, lab,h Factory 

John A.. Gilmer. Clement G. Wright. 

GILMER & WRIGHT, 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 

Practice in State and Federal Courts. 

103 NORTH ELM STREET, 

GREENSBORO, NT. C. 

COLLECTION SOLICITED. 
THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. c Kffl^SS e 

pany's' Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



E. P. Wharton & Go./ 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



58 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Graves Charlotte, col, h East 

Graves J M, conductor, h Arlington 

Graves Jesse, col, porter, h e Washington 

Graves Mary, col, h Vance 

Graves Miss Nellie, h Factory 

Graves Silas, blacksmith, e Market bey limits 

Graves Tom, col. h Warnersville 

Graves Weldon, col, drayman, h S G 

Gray Miss Genie, h 447 \v Washington 

Gray Miss Helen, teacher, Greensboro Female College, r do 

Gray James, col, brakeman, h Morehead 

Gray John, col, brakeman, h Morehead 

Gray Julius A, Pres C F & Y V R R Co, also Pres Greens- 
boro National Bank, Vice-Pres North State Improvement 
Co, h 447 w Washington 

TTVTOTT'D A M /~* ._? /~\ 1VT Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
I lNoUKnlNv«li \J IN ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>£ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C 



Gray Miss Mary, h 447 w Washington 

Gray Morehead h 447 w Washington 

Gray W O, com salesman, bds McAdoo House 

Gray Wm, col, driver, h e Market 

Grayson I)r C W, h 118J e Sycamore 

Greason Maggie, col, cook, h 210 Ash 

Gregory George G, h w Market, bey limits 

Gregory George H, Real Estate, Loan Broker and Insurance, 

218 s Elm, h w Market, outside limits 
Gregory H T, mail agent, R & D R R, h w Market, bey limits 
Gregory R H, draftman, h 425 Church 

George H. Gregory, 

Real Estate, Loan & Insurance Broker, 

Room 1, Benbow Building, 

( Gpposite « The Hall." 218 South Elm Street. 

Deals in real estate for customers only, and on commission. 

Negotiates loans and places insurance in reliable companies : also abstract 
of title made and conveyancing done without extra charge. 

Correspondence solicited. 

Kefers to J. A. Gray, Pres. C. F. & Y. V. Railway Co.; J. A. Odell, Pres. 
N. C. Steel and Iron Co. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

All the novelties in /i W"ill Avrnfiolrl ^ Goods 
Ladies Dress Goods.^' ff lil *» lUlltJlU. Warrented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



SSfMQtfB & ¥ owfito'g "r" 



233 South Elm Street. 



National Bank Building. 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



59 



Gregory DrRK, physician, h 425 Church 

Green Martha, col, dom, h 358 Ash 

Greensboro Book Store, M E Howard prop, 124 s Elm, h 122 

Church 
Greensboro Brick and Tiling Co, Thos Woodroffe pres, 

Sara'l Brown manager, 301 Walker ave, outside limits 
Greensboro Cotton Mills, T C Worth pres, H J Elam sec and 

treas, s Elm outside limits 
Greensboro Female College, Rev T M Jones, A M pres, w 

Market, outside limits 
Greensboro Gas and Electric Light Co, B S Johnson, pres, 

C Tate, secty and treas, 103 w Market 
Greensboro Ice Factory, A J Hines, prop, on R & D R R nr 

s Elm 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Greensboro Knitting Co, J W Scott, pres, J A Hodgiu, sec 

and treas, 516 and 518 s Elm 
Greensboro North State, (The) weekly, 115 n Elm 
Greensboro North State Co, publishers of The Greensboro 

North State, 115 n Elm 
Greensboro Painting & Decorating Co, James & Johnson, props, 

111 Depot 
Greensboro Patriot, The, daily and weekly, Bethel & Scales, 

editors and props, John C Tipton, associate editor, 220 s 

Elm 
Greensboro Reading Circle, 113£ w Market 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Co, mfrs sash, doors, blinds, etc, 

Mendenhall & McNairy, props, 202 Lewis 

GREENSBORO 




For Ladies and Gents, 

516 and 518 South Elm St., 



THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. Sffi-JS 

plete line of Builders Hardwarde in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



GREENSBORO 





REV. T. M. JONES, A.M., D. D., President. 

This Institution was founded by the North Carolina Confer- 
ence, chartered in 1838, opened for the reception of students 
iri 1846, and continued in successful operation until its destruc- 
tion by fire in 1863. It was re-opened in 1873. The purpose 
of its founders was to furnish to young ladies the necessary 
advantages and facilities for the acquisition of a thorough and 
accomplished education. For many years, it has enjoyed a 
reputation unsurpassed by any Female College in the South, 
and standing as the mother of chartered Female Colleges in 
North Carolina, it still holds its place in the front rank among 
those Institutions which aim at the higher education of 
woman 

Nearly five hundred regular graduates and several thou- 
sand other young ladies, who received their chief training in 
the College, have gone out from its halls, exerting an elevat- 
ing and refining influence upon society, and filling their 
homes with the light of a beautiful, cultivated, Christian 
womanhood. 

The Institution is still endeavoring to accomplish the 
object of its original establishment as a Methodist College, 
and though denominational in character, it is in no offensive 
sense sectarian. Terms now offered to daughters of ministers 
in the regular pastoral work are more liberal than heretofore. 
The advantages offered in this institution are not surpassed 
by those of any Female School in the South. 



THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT 

Is on the Last Thursday in May. 

THE COLLEGIATE YEAR 

Is Divided into Two Sessions of Twenty Weeeks Each. 

THE FALL SESSION 

Begins on the Fourth Wednesday in August, and Gontinues 
Twenty Weeks. 

THE SPRING SESSION 

Begins on the Second Tuesday in January, and Ends on the 
Last Thursday in May. 






ESTABLISHED IN 1825. 



Qaly Democratic Paper in the City. 

Daily and Weekly. 

Office: No. 220 South Elm St. 

Post Office Address Drawer "K." 
Telephone Call No. — 



R. A. BETHEL, ) 

> Editors and Proprietors 
w. jr. SCALES, ) 

John C. Tipton, Associate Editor. 



CtoalatM ia Irwy County In 
ll© St&te. 



CIRCULATION GROWING DAILY. 



TRAVELINO MAN ALWAYS ON THE ROAD. 



Live, Progressive, Enterprising, 

Best Advertising Medium in Western North Carolina. 



SUBSCR1PT10N:-Daily $4.00 per Year. Weekly $1.50. 



TJI/-V >» do 1 £i The ^* es ^ property, improved and unimproved, in and 
J? VJL OdlU. around Greensboro, N. C. Call on us. YATES BROS, 
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street, 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



63 



Greensboro Water Co, D R Schenck, pres, 110 s Elm 
Greensboro Security and Investment Co, J T Tate, pres, E 

W Tate, sec and treas, 111 s Elm 
Greer Miss Irene, h 340 s Elm 

Greer John, plumber, steam, water and gas fitter, 107 w Mar- 
ket, h 327 s Davie 
Greer Miss Lillian, h 340 s Elm 
Gretter Edw, col, freighter, h Ash 
Griffith Dr J W, dentist, 113£ a Elm, h 312 Church 
Grimeson Thos J, rev agt, 103 s Elm, bds Benbow House 
Grundman August, electrician, h 204 n Forbes 
Guerrant Albert, col, trucker, h 301 Percy 
Guerrant Garland, col, teacher, h 333 e Market 
Guerrant Mack, col, carpenter, h 333 e Market 



ALDERMAN, 



Photographer, 10G£ South Elm Street. 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Guilford Lumber MfgCo, mfrs sash, doors and blinds, C A 
Reynolds, pres, A W McAlister, secty and treas, 532 
Ash 

Gullett Charles L, upholstering and cabinet maker, 102 n 
Davie, h Spring S G 

Gunn Jerry, col, lab, h Ash 

Gunter Mrs L B, wid, h 227 Mebane 

Guraer Jennie, col, dom, h 328 Church 

Gurton Mrs Lydia, wid,h 214 Belle Meade av 

Guthrie C B, conductor, h Lee 

Guthrie Joseph, clerk, h 213 e Washington 

Gwaltney Miss Elma, school teacher, h 520 w Washington 

Gwaltney Miss Erminia, h 520 w Washington 

Greensboro fail State, 

A WEEKLY 




Published Every Thursday, 

At 115 North Elm St., 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS mX?$8ft% 7 1B.£i&Wg 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. Wharton & Go., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



64 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Gwaltney Rev W R. pastor Baptist Church, h 520 w Wash'n 

Gwynne Andrew, col, porter, h Warnersville 

Hackelton Miss Maude II, teacher, Greensboro Female Col- 
lege 

Hackney & Murchison, boarding, h 124 Buchanan 

Hackney Patsey, col, h 302 Percy 

Hackney WJ, Hackney & Murchison, h 124 Buchanan 

Hagan A, A Hagan & Son, also A Hagan & Co, h 354 Church 

Hagan A &Co, agricultural implements, wagons, buggies, etc, 
117 e Washington 

Hagan & Co, real estate, 117 e Washington 

Hagan Miss Cordelia, h 354 Church 

Hagan 1) L, A Hagan & Son, h 335 Church 

Hagan Miss Edith, h 354 Church 

OW PARR Rt Pft Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
■ ■■■ UrtUU (X l/V/t, class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 233}:; 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Hagan Miss Lora, h 354 Church 
Hairston Ruth, col, cook, h Arlington 
Hall Heyman, route agt, h 127 Church 
Hall James K, Scott & Co, h 336 Ash 
Hall Mrs Dr James K, wid, h 336 Ash 
Hall Jesse, col, lab, h 448 Lindsey Wood 
Hall N L, bridge builder, h 300 n Greene 
Hall Miss Susan, weaver, h 707 e Sycamore 
Hall W G, railroader, bds 335 s Elm 
Hamilton Miss Ada, h Bragg 
Hamilton Emmet, carpenter, h Bragg 
Hamilton Miss Maria, h Bragg 

J. R. Menbenhall. J. W. McNairy. 





u 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, 

AND 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FINE LUMBER. 

STAIR WORK A SPECIALTY. 

202 XjE^TIS STREET, 

GRREENSBORO, N. C. 



Largest Stock, C\ \\f\u A VTYiflclrl Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.^' f T HJ jCI I U1UC1U FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



^SymojsID & f»ows{i(i(, **££££&&&* 



233 South Elm Street 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 65 

Hamilton Thos, carpenter, h Bragg 

Haimier Miss R M, Mrs Omohundro & Co, h 406 n Greene 

Hanckel Dr M S, insurance, h 127 Church 

Hanckel Stuart, civil engineer, h 127 Church 

Hanks Frank, col, lab, h 416 Lindsey Wood 

Hanks Wm, col, lab, h 430 Lindsey Wood 

Hardin J A, horse dealer, h 335 s Elm 

Hardin Mrs J A, boarding, 335 s Elm 

Hardin J R, Hardin & Taylor, bds 335 s Elm 

Hardin Jim, col, carpenter, h College Hill 

Hardin Leah, col, h 244 e Sycamore 

Hardin & Taylor, livery and sale stables, 348 s Elm 

Hargrave Alfred, col, tob worker, h 605 Lindsey 

Hargrave Robert, col, polisher, h 504 Chestnut 

SAMUEL L. TROEDON, Notary Public. Savings Bant 

Harmon Miss Mollie, h s Elm 

Harney Mrs Jennie, wid, h313 e Market 

Harper Willie, col, washer, h s Spring 

Harrell J W, cigar mfr c h 314 Asheboro 

Harrell S F, com mer, and mfrs agent for cigars and tobacco, 

" 362 s Elm, h Asheboro 
Harrington C L, confectionery, cor n Elm and Market, h 

Vance S G 
Harrington H G, compositor, h Vance S G 
Harris Carter, col, tob worker, h 314 Chestnut 
Harris Catherine, col, h 433 Chestnut 
Harris Elijah, col, turner, h 219 Percy 

J AS. TURNER TATE, President. ERNEST W. TATE, SBC'y and Treas. 

THE GREENSBORO SECURITY UNO INVESTMENT CO 

City, Suburban and Country, Timber and Mineral Lands. 

Buy, Sell and Exchange, Collect Rents, Rent Prop- 
erty, Pay Taxes on Same. Act Strictly as 
Agents, and Conduct in All its Branches 
a Real Estate Business. 



•I 



111 South Elm Street, ©K 



"RTTV TUT? PT7MT\rr , TA\r Ne ^ Model Gun for the best shooting gun on 
BUI llllL HPiMllllTlUil the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go, ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



66 GKEENSBOKO DIKECTOKY. 

Harris Ida, col, h 219 Percy 
Harris John, col, hauler, h Jonesboro 

Harris John H, harness and shoe mfr, 217 s Elm, h 422 Ar- 
lington 
Harris J W, drug clerk, h w Sycamore 
Harris Mangum, col, lab, h 322 w Gaston 
Harris Robert, col, restaurant, 211 8 Elm, h do 
Harris Sam, col, trucker, h Warnersville 
Harris Samuel, clerk, r 100 s Elm > 

Harris Stokely, col, lab, h 204 Percy 
Harris W E, jr, h 309 Lindsey 
Harvey S, h Ash bey limits 
Harvey S S, cigar maker, h Ash bey limits 
Hawkins Miss Gay, h 422 Arlington 

OTIJT /*""* A T^ D Vt f**f\ Correspondence Soltcited. Call and see 
. VV V-//A rv IV OC V^vJ "a before insuring. Office 2nd floor of 
the National Bank Building, 233% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Hawkins L M, conductor R & D R K, h 422 Arlington 

Hawkins Miss Pearl, h 422 Arlington 

Hayes II R, brake man, h 251 Belle Meade av 

Hayes T S, shoemaker, 104 Ct House sq, h 251 Belle Meade 

Hayes "Will, clerk, h 508 n Greene 

Haywood Frank, col, trucker, h McAdoo al 

Headen Alpha, col, h 116 s Gilmer 

HeadenJ B, col, tob worker, h 116 s Gilmer 

Heath Ella, col, dom, h 203 Eugene 

Heath Washington, carpenter, h e Market 

Hedin C W, col, teacher, h 226 e Gaston 

Hedin Emma, col, wid, h 226 e Gaston 

Greensboro Water Go., 

(INCORPORATED.) 

HO NORTH ELM ST., 6111111010^ If, ©# 

W. C. SEDDON, Baltimore. Mm. H. Bosley, Baltimore. 

K. R. KING, Greensboro. C. N. VANCE, Greensboro. 

D. R. SCHENCK, Greensboro. 

D. R. SCHENCK, E0BT. W. SMITH, 

President, Greensboro, N. C. Treas., Baltimore, Md. 

Dry Goods, Clothing,ri "Will A VTYlfl£>lrl Hats > Ca P s and Kent's 
Boots and Shoes. *-"• " Hi -£H UiliclU Furnishings. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



Tj1/-\t* Q! o 1 /^ The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
JL 1 UI Octlf. around Greensboro, N. C. Call on us. YATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GEEENSBORO DIRECTOEY. 67 

Hedin Henderson, col, drayman, h 226 e Gaston 
Hedin Matt, col, lineman, h 226 e Gaston 
Hedin Tom, col, student, h 226 e Gaston 
Helton Wm M, col, brakeman, h 619 e Gilmer 
Henderson Pleasant, col, waiter, h 201 Percy 
Henderson R H, col, brick layer, h 201 Percy 
Hendrix EM,EM Hendrix & Co, h Church bey limits 
Hendrix E M & Co, wholesale and retail grocers, 111 e Mar- 
ket 
Hendrix J L, clerk, bds Church bey limits 
Hendrix J M, J M Hendrix & Co, h Church bey limits 
Hendrix J M & Co, dry goods, notions, etc, 221 s Elm 
Hepler Susan, col, cook, Bennett Seminary 
Hiatt J R, com man, h Julin 

ALDERMAN, photog ^^t h c Elm streeL 

Hiatt R G, Vuncanon & Hiatt, h Bilbro 

Hicks C H, col, barber, 125 s Elm, h 244 e Gaston 

Hicks Jacob, fireman, h College hill 

Hicks John, fireman, h College hill 

Higgins C M, drug clerk, bds cor Church and Davie 

High Jule, col, waiter, h 200 w Market 

HightowerB G, col, tob worker, h 617 e Gaston 

Hildesheimer Mrs M R, music teacher, h 243 e Washington 

Hill Edmund, col, lab, h College Hill ' 

Hill Harvey, col, gardener, h East 

Hill Laura, col, nurse, h 235 Edgeworth 

Hill Moses, carpenter, h Asheboro 

Hightower Sandy, col, lab, h 108 8 Forbes 

HARDIN & TAYLOR^ 

LIVERY, SALE! FEED STABLES, 

348 SOUTH ELM ST., NEAR DEPOT. 

HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES 

Furnished at Short Notice. 

Fine Carriages and Teams for Parties, Wed- 
dings and Funerals at Short Notice. 

4&-The Sale of Extra Fine Single Horses and 
Teams 

A SPECIALTY. 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS gH&S&Sf 1 ^ 1 !? &1Hffii? 

Greensboro, N. C. 




B. P. Wharton & Co., £* 



10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



68 GEEENSBOEO DIEECTOKY. 

Hill Willie B, bookkeeper, h 224 e Washington 

Hill W H, Danville Mill Co, h 224 e Washington 

Hill WS,h 317 w Market 

Hilton Mrs Mary, wid, h 604 e Market 

Hilton R B, machinist, h 604 e Market 

Hines A J, prop Greensboro Ice Factory, bds McAdoo House 

Hines H L, dry goods, etc, 216 s Elm, h Arlington 

Hinshaw Miss Alice, compositor, h 213 e Washington 

Hobson J M, carpenter, h 328 n Greene 

Hockit John, machinist, h Julin 

Hodgin D A, clerk, bds 124 Buchanan 

Hodge Emma, col, h 205 n Gilmer 

Hodgin D A, salesman, h Asheboro S G 

Hodgin G W, clerk, h Bilbro 

OW P ARR &/ PA Insurance promptly placed and prompt payment of losses guar 
■ II • VAIUl OC \JV, anteed. Over *200,000 losses paid during the la>t eighteen years' 
and no policy ever yet contested written at this Agency. 233% S. Elm St. Greensboro" 

Hodgin J A, h s Elm bey limits 

Hodgin J A, secty and trees Greensboro Knitting Co, also 

County Treasurer, h Asheboro nr Lee 
Hodgin J F, J F Hodgin & Co, h 511| s Elm 
Hodgin J F & Co, grocers, 511 s Elm 
Hodgin Joseph, woodworker, h Bilbro 
Hodgin Miss Maggie, knitter, h 511^ s Elm 
Hodgin Miss Mattie, knitter, h 511J s Elm 
Hodgin Miss Phronie D, knitter, h Julin 
Hodgin Miss Ruth L, h Julin 
Hodgin Shubal, clerk, h 210 Ash 
Hodgin Thomas, h Bilbro 




d. M. MJlwm 

Harness, Saddles, Carriages, Carls 

MB EMBROIDERY SILKS, 

Ladies' 1 Gents' Fine Shoes Made to Order. 

217 SODTH ELM ST., GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Carpets and Oilcloths/^ Will A V in fl £» 1 f\ lowest prices, largest 

All designs and styles "• y v 11J - i ^- 1 U*UtttU stock in Greensboro. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f^YJVTOX© & fOWSfoVS lSi„n G al 



Goods Arcade" in 
Bank Building. 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO D1EECTOEY. 



69 



Hoffman Monroe, col, driver, h Jonesboro 
Hogan Harris, col, printer, h 116 s Forbes 
Holden R J, meats, Lewis, bds Mebane rd 
Holly L P, grocer, Jonesboro, h do 
Holmes D, clerk, McAdoo 
Holmes Sarah, col, cook, h 140 s Gilmer 
Holt Fred, col, trucker, h 114 Percy 
Holt Wiley, col, lab, h Morehead 
^Holton Albert A, Clerk of Superior Court, 105 n Elm, h 230 
Ash 
Holton A L, ass't clerk Superior Court, h 224 Eugene 
^Holton C E, druggist, 303 s Elm, h 312 e Market 
Hood Abraham, fanner, h 210 Mebane 
Hooper Chas M, salesman, bds w Market 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK 

Hopkins Joe, col, waiter, h 234 e Gaston 

Hoskins J A, sheriff of Guilford County, 105 n Elm, bds 100J 

s Elm 
Houston Miss Annie, h 327 n Elm 

Houston & Bro, grocers, 215 s Elm, produce, 210 s Davie 
Houston & Emerson's Tar Heel Liniment, 217 s Elm 
Houston Miss Fannie, h Asheboro 
Houston Julia, col, washer, h 316 Chestnut 
Houston Wm M, Houston Bros, h 114 Clay 
Howard Bob, col, trucker, h Warnersville 
Howard R T, conductor, h Lee 
•'Howard S A, mang W U Telegraph Co, h 122 Church 

E. M. HENDRIX & CO., 

Willi III GUI 




GREENSBORO, N. C. 



THE WAKEFIELD, HARDWARE COMPANY. SM?. 

plete line of Buttders Hardware in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



E. P. Wharton & Co., Y 



10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



70 GKEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Howard Miss Willie, h Washington 

Howell Drury, fish, City Market, and restaurant, 213 s Elm 

Howlett L C, clerk, r 119J s Elm 

Hubbard J D, col, r 230 s Davie 

Hudson AL, carpenter, h Spring 

Hudson Miss Daisy L, h Spring 

Hudson H S, h s Elm bey limits 

Hudson S E, grocer, 510 s Elm, h s Elm bey limits 

Hughes Mrs Berta, wid, h w Market 

Hughes George H, painter, h 216 s Forbes 

Hughes Miss Ida V, h 216 s Forbes 

Hughes J M, tailor, 206 s Davie, h 216 s Forbes 

Hughes J R, h 225 Church 

Hughes John M, harness maker, h 118 n Davie 

Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



INSURANCE ON 

alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>£South 



Hughes Dr W H, col, physician, 213 s Elm 

Hughes Milton T, h 225 s Davie 

Humphreys WE, clerk, Benbow House 

Hundley Mrs E D, wid, h 120 w Sycamore 

Hunt P C, yardman, h Vance 

Hunt W M, mang Wakefield Hardware Co, h cor Oak and 

Macon S G 
Hunter Alice, col, washer, h McAdoo al 
Hunter Miss Charlie, tailoress, h Asheboro 
Hunter J S, J W Scott & Co, h Pierson S G 
Hunter Louis, col, lab, h 109| w Gaston 
Hunter T A, com traveler, h Pierson S G 



J. M. HENDRIX & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &c. 

SHOES A SPECIALTY. 

Positively No Goods Sold on Credit, 

221 South Elm St., GREENSBORO, N. C. 

All the novelties in /l V\7"ill A T»Tr» - fiolrl -^11 Goods 
Ladies Dress Goods.^' * V in 1Vl llilieiU Warrented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



yiipPH PPflO REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
IiilJjU DAUO., hands, if you want it sold orrented. If you wantto pur- 
chase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House. 

GEEENSBOEO DIEECTORY. 71 

Hurl Miss Bettie, h Factory 
Hustler Edw, col, driver, h Lindsey bey limits 
Hulton A K, brick mfr, bds 124 Buchanan 
Hulton Miss Belle, h 403 w Market 
Hulton W, salesman, h 403 w Market 
Hyatt Ea8ter,col, washer, h McAdoo al 
Hyatt Fountain, col, lab, h 120 w Gaston 
Ityatt Julius, col, waiter, r 200 w Market 
Hyatt Wm, col, mason, h 435 Edgeworth 
Hynes H L, dry goods, Elm, h Arlington 
Idings Joseph, h 618 e Market 
Ingold J C, carpenter, h Bragg 
Ingold Wash, lab, h 201J e Sycamore 
Ingram K S, salesman, h S G 



"DTT/^vrp/^V/^ "D A "PTTT7* m al * lts branches. Alderman, 
STX1XJ JL \J\J^±\iJOLlT JO. i 106JS. Elm St. Greensboro, N.C. 

/Ireland C H, secty and treas Odell Hardware Co, h 602 w 

Gaston 
Irvin Mrs Annie, h 331 n Greene 
Iseley George, spinner, h 618 e Market 
Iseley L C, wood worker, h Arlington 
Ives Henry, col, porter, 

Jackson Miss Barbara A, spooler, h 710 e Market 
Jackson George, carpenter, h Arlington 
Jackson J H, Wharton, Jackson & Co, h Lee 
Jackson Thomas, miner, h 710 e Market 
Jackson Wm, farmer, h College Hill 
Jacobs Henry, tailor, h 245 Belle Meade av 

J. F. H0DGIN & CO., 

Produce Commission Merchants 

AND DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES IP ALL KIPS 

COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

Patent Roller Joy Flour 

TO THE FRONT, 

Also Snoemalring In All Its 

BRANCHES. 

511 SOUTH ELM ST., 

GREENSBOEO, N. C. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. °asS!£B5™-g££- 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Enn Street. 




B. P. Wharton & Go., TSSMSJ; 

Greensboro, N. C. 
72 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

James Hennis, Yatej & James, ou railroad bet e Washington 

and e Market 
James John, James & Johnson, h Asheboro S G 
James & Johnson, Greensboro Painting and Decorating Co, 

111 Depot 
Jarrell J F, contractor, h Spring 
Jarrell Miss Mary, h Spring 
Jarrell Wm A, carpenter, h Spring 

Jeffers Rev L R, col, pastor Baptist Ohurch, h oft' e Market 
Jeffers Lee, col, porter, McAdoo House 
Jeffers Wm M, col, tob caser, h 326 Percy 
Jeffrie Budd, brakeman, h Asheboro 
Jeffrie Dock, carpenter, h Asheboro 
Jeffreys J R, grocer, Ash, h do 

OW PARR Rr frt Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
• Hi Imftn (X uUij class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 2&% 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Jeffreys NA, wines and liquors, 501 s Elm, h 104 Fayette- 

vilie 
Jenkins Fannie, col, h 226 e Sycamore 
Jenkins Martha, col, h 226 e S} r camore 
Jenkins Sarah, col, h 226 e Sycamore 
Jenkins Will, col, lab, h 226 e Sycamore 
Jennings Ben, lab, h Lewis 
Jennings Robt, col, tob worker, h 117 Percy 
Jennings Wm, baggagemaster, h Lewis 
Jessup Wm, com traveler, h 203 Eugene 
Jessup Wm M, h 203 Eugene 
Jobe W A, farmer, h Julin 



C. E. HOLTON, 

PRESCRIPTIONS 
NJ Ik ran 



cryjiLY OOIPOIIIIi 

303 SOUTH ELM ST., 



IBJlBwKEEQft Ei® C 1 * 



_, _, . , 9 



Largest Stock, /2J. \\Till A vmfitilrl Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.*-** ff 1H v£lI«UDt3lU FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f{.&Y]vioX© & f ) ow^r<i < / nk ^L fa L spS*; ari, ' g 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBOKO DIRECTOKY. 73 

Johnson A A, Johnson & Dorsett, h 444 Gorrell 

Johnson Anthony, col, lab, h College hill 

Johnson Bill, col, lab, h cor s Elm and R R 

Johnson C C, Johnson & Dorsett, r 210 s Elm 

Johnson Charles, col, dom, h 127 Church 

Johnson David, col, hlacksmith, h East 

Johnson & Dorsett, wholesale and retail dry goods, 210 8 Elm 

Johnson Douglas, col, porter, h Warnersville 

Johnson Mrs Elizabeth, wid, h 308 n Davie 

Johnson Ella, col, h 234 e Sycamore 

Johnson Fannie, col, h 233 e Sycamore 

Johnson J D, James & Johnson, bds McAdoo House 

Johnson J D, col, barber, 203s Elm, h 234 e Sycamore 

Johnson John, col, tob worker, h 213 Market sq 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, INSURANCE. savFIW 

Johnson John C, h 709 e Sycamore 
Johnson Julia, col, cook, h 113 n Greene 
Johnson Miss Lucretia, h 308 n Davie 
Johnson Miss Rebecca, h 308 n Davie 
Johnson Squire, col, waiter, h 221 e Gaston 
Johi son Mrs S J, wid, h Lewis 
Jonet Allen, col, moulder, h e Market 
Jones B E, com traveler, h Asheboro 
Jones Dallas, col, shoe maker, h 208 s Forbes 
Jones Ellison, col, clerk, h 434 Chestnut 
Jones Emeline, col, washer, h Warnersville 
Jones Florence, col, washer, h Jonesboro 

& EL $ UDSOJ?, 

DEALER IN 



GRAIN, FEED, &C. 

HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

510 SOUTH ELM ST., 



"RTTV TTIT7 1? 17 MT MPT PI XT New Model Gun for the best shooting gun on 
DUl Lll£j itCilVlllMjlUlN the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & o., s 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



74 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Jones George, col, waiter, h Warneraville 
Jones Hannah, col, washer, h Ash 
Jones Hannah, col, washer, h Jonesboro 
Jones Henry, col, lab, h e Washington 
Jones J W, col, lab, h 621 e Gaston 
Jones Jacob, col, grocer, 200 Market sq, h 334 Chestnut 
Jones Jim, col, carpenter, h Warnersville 
Jones John F, carpenter, h 321 Gorrell 
Jones John W, clerk, h 120 n Greene 
Jones Joseph, col, lab, h e Market 

Jones Joseph, col, restaurant, 101 J Ct House sq, h Warners- 
ville 
Jones L J. carpenter, bds 335 s Elm 
Jones Louis, col, lab, h 406 w Gaston 



INSURANCfiQN 

alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>£South 



Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C 



Jones Louis, col, lab, h e Washington 

Jones Lula, col, h 434 Chestnut 

Jones Mallie, col, cook, h 225 e Sycamore 

Jones Mtttie, col,h 434 Chestnut 

Jones Minnie, col, h 208 s Forbes 

Jones Peggy, col, h Jonesboro 

Jones Piek, col, engineer, h Jonesboro 

Jones Robert, col, teacher, h 208 s Forbes 

Jones Rose, col, washer, h 115 n Forbes 

Jones Sandy, col, lab,h e Market 

Jones Seburn, col, shoe maker, etc, h e Market 

Jones Rev T M, Pres Greensboro Female College, r do 

N. A. JEFFREYS, 

DEALER IN 

GhoiGe Ales, Beer, Wines and Liquors. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. 

101 B®WWM lEIeM ilBilf, 

ggmSBOBO, I. c. 

All the novelties in /I Will A vmfiolrl A ^ Goods 
Ladies Dress Goods.*-*' »t 111 -£1.1 lUlltJIU Warrented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



"ply-^Y, Q q 1 r\ The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
JP <JI OctlfcJ. around Greensboro, N. C. Call on us. YATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 75 

Jones W C, machinist, bds 335 s Elm 
Jones Will J, col, meats, 4 City Market, h 434 Chestnut 
Jones Wm, carpenter, h 204 n Forbes 
Jordan Arthur, marble cutter, h 414 n Greene 
Jordan Charles, col, lab, h 324 Percy 
Jordan Clifton, conductor, h 440 w Gaston 
Jordan G B, hauler, h 231 Orange 
Jordan G D, h 440 w Gaston 
Jordan Isaac J. h 440 w Gaston 
- Jordan J F, J F Jordan & Co, h 223 Edgeworth 
Jordan J F & Co, leaf tobacco, 214 and 216 w Market 
Jordan Jennie, col, washer, h 229 n Gilmer 
Jordan Thomas, col, h e Market 
Jordan Will, insurance, h 440 w Gaston 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106 J S. Elm St. 

Joyce C F, agent Robert Portner Brewing Co, h 406 w Gas- 
ton 
Joyce Edw E, col, shoe maker, hnrR&DRR 
Joyce Fannie, col, h Ash 
Julin Jesse, h Asheboro ' 

Justice Mary, col, dom,h 402 w Washington 
Kane Luther, col, h 108 s Forbes 
Keck James, col, shifter, h Moore al 
Keeling Mrs A T, wid, h 308 w Gaston 
Keeling John L, grocer, 342 s Elm,h 308 w Gaston 
, Keeling S P, grocer, 201 s Elm, h 308 w Gaston 
Kellogg Miss Katie, h 302 s Elm 

J. F. JORDAN. E. L. GILMER. 

J. F. JORDAN & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

LEAP TOBACCO. 

214 AND 216 WEST MARKET ST., 

Have Large Facilities for Handling Leaf 
Tobacco in quantities to Suit Purchasers. 

ORDERS AND CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 




WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS iat&^JS^SgS&S 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. Wharton & o., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



76 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Kelly Adam, col, waiter, h 208 8 Forbes 
Kemp Miss Sarah A, compositor, h 218 e Washington 
Kent House, Miss C M Buckbee, supt, e Washington bey limits 
Keogh Miss Catherine, h 311 Asheboro 
v Keogh Thomas B, att-at-law, 102 Court House sq, h 311 Ashe- 
boro 
Kerr Miss Alice M, h 114 Clay 
Kerr Cyrus M, clerk, h 114 Clay 
Kerr Ernest, col, driver, h 228 Percy 
Kerr Samuel A, clerk, h 114 Clay 
Kersey Mies Alice, dressmaker, h Ash 
Kersey Wm, carpenter, h Ash 
Kestler Geo W, bookkeeper, h 437 Arlington 
Kestler J W, bookkeeper, h Davie 

! ftQQFQ JniHQTPri an< * Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr & 
UVOOUO AUJUD1 til) Co., 2&l% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Ketchum B P, train despatcher, h 127 Church 

Kendall Charles, foreman, bds s Elm 

King J L, J L King& Co, h 239 n Greene 

King J L & Co, tob mfrs, 221 Buchanan 

King Miss Minnie, h 106 s Davie 

King R R, pres Wharton, Jackson & Co, also Dillard & King, 

h 329 King av 
King Thomas W, watchman, h 119 w Market 
King W L. baker, h 109 Ash 

King W W, carpenter and builder, 106 8 Davie h do 
Kirkman A, telegrapher, h 107 e Gaston 
Kirkman A A, clerk, h 215 e Market 




W. W. KIM, 

Carpenter and Bailder. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN 

TO ALL KINDS OF JOBBING 

108 SOUTH DAYIE ST., 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Dry Goods, Clothing,ri \\f\ 1 1 A rmfiol (\ Hat3 ' Ca P s and Gents 
Boots and Shoes. *-*• »t 111 ^i.1 Ulll^lU Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f}$Y]VtOX© & POWSfolVS "NSio„ G ai ods ' " " 



233 South Elm Street. 



Bank Building. 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTOEY. 



77 



Kirkman Albert, clerk, h 508J s Elm 

Kirkpatrick S, revenue agt, bds McAdoo House 

Kivett Mrs E, h 330^ s Elm 
, Kivett W S, groceries, 350 s Elm, h 330 1 s Elm 

Knight Mrs Belle, wid, hKing av 
* Knight J W, marble and granite works, 108 Ct House sq, h 
115 Gaston 

Kyle W £, genl freight and passenger agent CF&YV Rail- 
way Co, h Fayetteville rf C 

Lamb James, clerk, h 122 Clay 

Lamb Mebane, wood worker, h 122 Clay 

Lambert Louis, col, lab, h 460Lindsey Wood 

Lambeth G A, railroader, bds 335 s Elm 

Lampman George, watchmaker and jeweler, 105 e Market, h do 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK 

Land William A, civil and sanitary engineer, 119£ s Elm' 
bds 217 w Market 
*<Land WR,¥E Land & Co, bds 217 w Market 
Land W R & Co, real estate and insurance brokers, 305 s Elm 
Landreth J W, grocer, 806 e Market, h 808 do 
Landreth Miss Minnie, dress maker, h e Market 
Landreth Mrs M D, wid, h e Market 
Lanier Miss Hattie, dress maker, h Mendenhall av 
Lanier Miss Lizzie, dress maker, h Mendenhall av 
Lash Francis, col, h e Market 
Lash Isaac, col, lab,h e Market 
Laskey M, clothing, 330 s Elm, h do 




triswiifSf 



DEALER IN 

5roc3ri33 and Confectioneries. 

COUNTRY PRODUCE 

A SPECIALTY. 

350 MAIN ST., 

,N.C. 



THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. SSFUfc 

plete line of Builders Hardware in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



B. P. Wharton & Co., ' 



Greensboro, N. C. 



110 South Elm Street, 



78 



GEEENSBOEO DIKECTOEY. 



Law Anna, col, h 518 Chestnut 

Lawton Rev W R, pastor Presbyterian church, h 216 n Forbes 

Lee Laura, col, cook, h 205 n Gilmer 

Ledford George, coach and buggy mfr, 206 Market sq, h 211 

w Gaston 
Le^erton C W, yardman, h Bragg 
Leftwich Col A H, h 445 Church 
Leftwich G E, com salesman, bds 100£ s Elm 
Leftwich Miss Retta, h 445 Church 
Lestrich Kitt, col, lab, h East 
Lewis Charles, J & C Lewis, h s Elm bey limits 
Lewis James, col, hackman, r 115 8 Davie 
Lewis J & C, wagon makers, 109 and 111 Lewis 
Lewis John, col, lab, h s Spring 

OW PARR R* P(\ Insurance promptly placed and prompt payment of losses guar- 
■ II • \jtiiui OC l/Ui anteed. Over 8200,000 losses paid during the last eighteen years, 
and no policy ever yet contested written at this Agency. 233% S. Elm St. Greensboro. 

Lewis John, J & C Lewis, h s Elm bey limits 
Lewis Minus, col, turner, h e Market 
Lewis Sal lie, col, washer, h s Spring 
Lewis Wm, brakeman, h sElm 
Lewis Wm G, wheelwright, h s Elm 
Lindley J C, h 314 s Spring 
Lindsey Caroline, col, cook, h 416 Lindsey 
Lindsey Ceaser, col, porter, h Warnersville 
Lindsey Charles, col, lab, h 108 s Forbes 
Lindsey Celia,col, dom, h 312 n Elm 
Lindsey Green, col, lab, h 124 Fayetteville 
Lindsey Henry, col, lab, h East 




J. W. KNIGHT, 

DBALER IN 

American ana Italian 

MiRBLB MOXUWKTS, 

Tombs, Head Stones, 

and Granite Work 

of All Kinds. 

All work warranted. 

Send for Prices. 

Shop 108 Court Square, 

ourt 
, N. C. 



North of the Court 
House, 



Carpets and Oilcloths/^}. \Af ill A ymfiplfl lowest prices, largest 
All designs and stvles^-** » * *** *** IIHIUILI stock in Greensboro. 



All designs and styles 



236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



yimiin "ppflO REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
liilJjO DfiUO., hands, if you want it sold or rented. If you want to pur- 
chase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House. 

GKEENSBOKO DIRECTOKY. 79 

Lindsey Henry G, col, driver, h 205 n Forbes 

Lindsey Jerry, col, gardener, h 324 n Gilmer 

Lindsey Jordan, col, painter, h 116 w Gaston 

Lindsey Lou, col, seamstress, h 117 n Forbes 

Lindsey Louisa, col, h East 

Lindsey Lucy, col, h Chestnut 

Lindsey Pinkney, col porter, h East 

Lindsey Mrs R G, wid, h 121 w Sycamore 

Lindsey Sylvia, col, washer, h Chestnut 
-''Lindsey Will, col, h Chestnut 

Lindsey Wm, col, well digger, h 221 w Market 
>:Lindsey Mrs W M, wid, h 200 s Spring 

Litaker Frank, fireman, h 310 s Spring 
<Logau Dr J E, physician, h 320 w Market 



"DTT/^\rp/^V/^« "D A TDTT'^/ r in al1 its branches. Alderman, 
JL£±\J A \J \JTE\lJZLSr XI X 106.} S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. 

Logan WM, col, grocer, 121 s Davie, h e Market bey limits 
Lohman Hermann, wines and liqors, 311 s Elm, h Buchanan 
Long Charles, col, barber, h 120 s Forbes 
Long Miss Elinor, artist, h 127 Church 
Long Floyd, col, painter, h 211 Market sq 
Long Peter A, salesman, r 216 s Elm 
Lord Mrs Matilda, h Factory 
Lovatt Dave, col, pressman, h Warnersville 
Love James, carpenter, h Arlington 
Love James M, supt planing mill, h Arlington 
Love William, rough and dressed lumber, 506 Ash, h Ash 
bey limits 

W. JL If JLN0, 

CIYIL AND SANITARY ENGINEER, 

lit 1-2 mmwww buk mv. 9 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. c& &SZi^ v ^ 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



#1 ¥ "^ ^— v - j ■ v - v 



B. P. Wharton & o., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



80 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Lovett John, col, lab, h 406 w Gaston 

Lowe Frank, machinist, h 234 e Market 

Lowe George, col, press feeder, h 

Lundie D A, clerk, h 400 s Elm 
■-• Lundie D R, ass't baggage agt, r 400 8 Elm 

Luster Ritha, col, h 501 e Gaston 

Lynch Mrs E J, h 218 e Washington 

Lynch Lou, col, washer, h College hill 

Lynch Miss Rose, h Spring / 

Lyon T A, com traveler, h 231 Lindsey 

Lyon W G, tob auctioneer, h 221 Ash 
: Lyon W S, com salesman, h 203 Cedar 

McAdam Hill, col, h Moore al 

McAdoo Alfred, col, driver, h 515 Lindsey 

OW PARR Rt TO Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only FirPtr 
■ Hi uftim tx l/Uij class Foreign xand American Companies Represented. 233% 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

McAdoo A M, h 221 Belle Meade av 

McAdoo Charlotte, col, washer, h 113 n Greene 

McA.doo Ellen, col, dom, h 440 w Gaston 

McAdoo George, col, school teacher, h Warnersville 

McAdoo Greene, col, cook, h 200 w Market 

McAdoo Hattie, col, dom, h Asheboro 

McAdoo House, W D McAdoo, prop, 315 s Elm 

McAdoo Jesse, col, butler, h Asheboro 

McAdoo Thos J, h 229 King av 

McAdoo W D, prop McAdoo House, also genl speculator in 

lands, etc, 315 sElm 
McAlister A W, secty and treas The Guilford Lumber Mfg 

Co, h Asheboro cor Lee S G 



Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, 

POOL, BILLIARDS, ETC., 
GREENSBCRO, N. C. 

ZE3I. LOHMAN. 

Largest Stock, f^\ \\T\]] A vm-fi^Ll Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.VT. VV 11J -tllLHUtJlU FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



HEADQUARTERS 



FOR ALL KINDS OF 



LITHOGRAPHING 



/ 



Special w abels and ghow Qards. 



Office Stationery. 



Stock Isabels for 'Pobacco "J^utts and 

Qaddies. 



We also manufacture a complete line of 
STOCK Show Cards, Hangers, Fans, Cal- 
endars, Advertising Cards, &c. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



Calvert Lithographing Co, 

DETROIT, MICH. 



f^YMOX® & f > 0W^I<I < / 1,k l^ r e O . f a L S 1SaU y e r ing 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



81 



''McBride Mrs E, wid, h Lewis 
McBride Miss S E, h Lewis 
McCaddura Annie, col, dom, h 209 Cedar 
McCauley JB, bar clerk, h s Elm bey limits 
McCauley Martha, col, nurse, h 3Q6 w Market 
y McCauley S J, wines and liquors, 408 s Elm, h do 
McConnell Bill, col, gardener, h East 
McConnell Joe, col, waiter, h East 
McConnell Susan, col, hEast 
McCormick W H, compositor, h outside limits 
McCoyle Major, col, restaurant, h 109 w Gaston 
McCulloch C E, ass't editor, h 517 n Greene 
McCulloch Mrs L M, wid, h Bragg 
McCullough Mrs Ella, h 321 Gorrell 

OFFICE IN 
SAVINGS BANK. 



SAMUEL L. TROGDON, INSURANCE. 



McCullough Miss Ida, knitter, h 330J s Elm 
» McCullough Logan, h 114 Fayette ville 
McCullough Vance, knitter, h 330£ s Elm 
McDaniel E L, carpenter, bds 335 8 Elm 
McDaniel Mollie, col, dom, h 441 w Market 
McDonald Miss A F, h 312 e Market 
McDonald Miss L L, h 312 e Market 
McDowell J E, butcher, h 302 n Davie 
McDowell J W, fruits, opp Ct House, h 302 n Davie 
McElwee W H, transfer clerk, r 328 s Elm 
McGee Tom, col, lab, h 211 Market sq 
McGibney Wyatt, col, wks saw mill, h Warnersville 





DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FISH, 

Flour, Feed, Salt, Canned 
Goods, Pure Teas, Cof- 
fees and Spices 

A SPECIALTY. 

Fruits and Confectioneries 

Fresh Every Day and of the 

Fnest Quality. Tobacco, 

Snuff and Cigars. Butter, 

Eggs, Poultry and all 

Kinds of Country 

Produce. 

2.21 So-u/tla. X>a.-v5.» St., 

GEEENSBOEO, IT. C. 



"RTTV Till? PT?MT¥f'Tn\T New Model Gun for the best shooting gun on 
DU I InlL HCiMilXlTlUi^ the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go., *&!££ *£&»., 



Greensboro, N. C. 



82 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTOEY. 



Mclntyre James, florist, h 204 n Forbes 

Mclver M C, train despatcher, r 377 s Davie 

McKee Mattie, col, dom, h 402 Chestnut 

McKeever Polly, col, dom, h 347 Ash 

McKinney G H, J L King & Co, r 221 Buchanan 

McKinzie B V, tob worker, bds 301 s Elm 

McKenzie R M, col, mason, h 402 Chestnut 

McKenzie Sarah, col, h 402 Chestnut 

McLean Calvin C, clerk, h Bragg S G 

McLean Miss L C, h 313 Lindsey 

McLean T G, clerk, h Bragg S G 

McLean WC.JW Scott & Co, h 320 n Forbes 

McLean W P, civil engineer, 122 e Market, h outside limits 

McMichael Green, porter, r 110 e Sycamore 

1 fkQQPC An THQTFn and Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr & 
WOOUO ALMUd I LU Co., 233>£ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

McNairy Herbert, h Arlington 

McNairy J W, Mendenhall& MeNairy, props Greensboro Sash 

and Blind Co, h Arlington 
McNairy Miss Mary, h Arlington 
McNeal Anna, col, chambermaid, Benbow House 
McNeely Lucindy, col, h McAdoo al 
NcNeill Wm H, col, undertaker, 204 Market sq, h East 
McPherson John, col, trucker, h Warnersville 
McPherson Mattie, col, col, h 200 w Market 
McWhorterW B,mang Singer Mfg Co, h 107 e Gaston 
Mace Polly, col, cook, h 213 Lyndon 
Macfarland W H, secty and treas North State Improvement 

Co, h 222 Fayetteville 

J. E. MASON, 

DEALER IN 

CHOICE FAMILV CROCESIES, 

SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, 

SPICES. BACON. FLOUE. 

CANNED GOODS, 

FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY AND 
VEGETABLES, TOBACCO, 
SNUFFS AND CIGARS. 

BUTTER, POULTRY. 

EGGS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE- 

Warnersville Ri and Ash SL, 




Dry Goods, Clothing,/! "Will A vmfiolrl Hats > Ca P s and Gents 
Boots and Shoes. «■ ?T iii -Oil UliWftU Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



Tjl/^v y» Q! oIq The best property, improved and unimproved, in ana 
-P UL OdltJ. around Greensboro, N. C. Call on us. YATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 83 

Malonay Miss Anna E, teacher Greensboro female college, r do 

Mann F W, clerk, h 327 e Market 

Manns Martha, col, washer, h 212 Mebane 

Manns Victoria, col, tlom, h Arlington 

Mansfield Henry, lab, h Lewis 

Marable Isaac, col, shoemaker, 603 e Market, h 501 e Gaston 

Mark Mitt, col, dom, h College Hill 

Marley DrHB, physician, h Asheboro 

March Keziah, col, cook, bds 124 Buchanan 

Marsh Simeon, col, porter, h 221 e Gaston 

Martin Anna, col. dom, h 602 w Gaston 

Martin Delia, col, dom, h 602 w Gaston 

Martin Jim, col, lab, h 602 w Gaston 

Martin Mary R, col, cook, h 245 e Gaston 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106£ S. Elm St. 

Martin Turner, col, lab, h 245 e Gaston 

Martin Tyler, col, lab, h 462 Lindsey Wood 

Mason Henry, col, plasterer, 213 Market sq 

Mason J E, Grocer, cor Warnersviile rd and Ash, h s Elm 

Matlock Miss Annie, h s Elm 

Matlock J T, carpenter, h s Elm 

Matthews Miss Annie, h Asheboro 

Matthews F A, Davis & Matthews, h Asheboro S G 

Matthews Will H, clerk, h Asheboro S G 

Maxwell Joseph, col, porter, h East 

Maxwell Minnie, col, washer, h East 

Maxsell Sallie, col, cook, h 441 e Washington 

& J. ^IddSl/L^Y, 

Foreign and Native 

Select Stock Cordials, Ales, Beers and Soda Waters. 

408 South Elm Street, Near the Depot, 

GREENSBORO, N..C. 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS fflKSSaftS •SffifflffSI 

Greensboro, N. C. 




B. P. Wharton & Co., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



84 GEEENSBOKO DIKECTORY. 

May John M, lab, h 300 Chestnut 

May Mrs Mary F, h 222 s Forbes 

Mayhew Lizzie, col, h 200 w Market 

Mayo Mrs Minnie, dress maker, 224 w Market, h 222 do 

Mayo T H, Druggist, h 222 w Market 

Meadors J J, Apple, Meadors & Browning, h 116^ w Market 

Mebane Miss Berta, h 224 Ash 

Mebane C, Provident life association insurance h 224 Ash 

Mebane Robt S, druggist, h 224 Ash 

Mendenhall Aaron, col, boarding, h East 

Mendenhall Miss Hattie, h Asheboro 

Mendenhall Mrs J, boarding house, 302 s Elm 

Mendenhall J It, Mendenhall & McNairy, propr Greensboro 

Sash and Blind Co, h Asheboro, outside limits 
Mendenhall Percy, artist, h 115 w Market 
Mendenhall R P, 302 a Elm 
Mendenhall W D, genl supt Guilford Lumber Mfg Co, h 

Bragg S G 
Mendenhall Walter, student, h Asheboro 
Mendenhall Will, col, lab, h 132 s Gilmer 

OW TARR R/ Prt Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
■ Ha Urtntt w vUij class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 233>.j 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Merriman B H, with F E Shober & Co, h 235 Edgeworth 

Merritt Eliza, col, h 234 Percy 

Merritt Harper, clerk, h 219 e Market 

Merritt Henry, col, brakeman, h 234 Percy 

Merritt J H, clerk, h e Market 

Merritt John, com traveler, h Pierson 

Merritt M T, tailor, bds 301 s Elm 

Merritt Victoria, col, h 234 Percy 

Mesick Miss Annie, finisher knitting mill, h Pierson 

Mesley James, moulder, h 213 e Gaston 

Mesley R D, carpenter, h 213 e Gaston 

Methodist Episcopal Church, 418 w Market 

Michaux Miss Annie, h 517 n Greene 

Michaux Dr Edward, physician, h 517 n Greene 

Michaux J L, editor the Daily Workman, also editor the 

Central Protestant, 224 s Elm, h 517 n Greene 
i Michaux John S, attorney -at- law, 106 Court House sq, h 517 

Greene 
Michaux Miss Winnie, h Lee 
Miller Cora, col, dom, h 447 w Washington 
Miller Mollie, col, washer, h railroad, bey limits 

Largest Stock, O. WTl]] A T»m-fir.lr1 Special inducement to 
Lowest prices. VT- n UJ -fr 1 imUJHl FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



$$tjjt&& & ¥ OWifrffi "Mt„™„g n 



233 South Elm Street. 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 85 

Miller Willis, col, h Railroad, bey limits 

Miller Wm ; col, boarding, 213 Market sq 

Milton Robt, col, lab, h East 

Milton Sim, col, carpenter, h East 

Minor Fred, col, lab, h 411 Lindsey 

Mitchell Andrew, col, janitor court house, h 200 s Forbes 

Mitchell & Bogart, proprs Banner Warehouse, 210 w Market 

Mitchell Eulas, col, grocer, 213 Market sq 

Mitchell Lum, col, tob worker, h Warnersville 

Mitchell Mary, col, h 221 e Gaston 

Mitchell Nancy, col, cook, h 329 King ave 

Mitchell S S, Mitchell & Bogart, bds 100£ s Elm 

Moffiit H L, watchman, h 221 8 Davie 

Monroe O W, carpenter, h Arlington 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Montgomery Miss Dora, tailoress, h 215 e Market 

Montgomery Miss Lou, tailoress, h 215 e Market 

Montgomery W P, clerk, Benbow House 

Moore A F, shoe maker, 506 s Elm, h S G 

Moore Abbie, col, washer, h Julin 

Moore Charles, carpenter, h 221 s Davie 

Moore Charles E, clerk, h 214 e Market 

Moore Charles H, teacher, Bennett Seminary, r do 

Moore County Millstone Co, W R Burgess, mang, 324 s 

Elm 
Moore Elijah, col, trucker, h Vance 
Moore Fannie, col, dom, h Mendenhall av 

ESTABLISHED 1865. 
123 East Market Street, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

The Only Merchant With a Continuous Business Here Since 1865. 

Fashionable Millinery, Notions, Laces, 

Dry Goods', Wall Papef^, and 5 & 10 Ct (^ood£ 

The only settled dealer in ORGANS AND PIANOS in the 

trade 23 years. The Old Reliable "Shoninger," style 51, at 
$72, outselling all others combined. 

May, 1890. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. %£»<£!. 

plete line of Builders Hardware in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 




B. P. Wharton & o., Y 



10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



86 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Moore JS, bookkeeper, h 305 Edgeworth 

Moore John, col, blacksmith, 517 s Elm, h Moore al 

Moore Lucy, col, h Mendenhall av 

Moore Martha, col, dom, h Arlington 

Moore Mrs R, boarding house, 301 s Elm 

Moore Rev R R, bds 301 s Elm 

Moore W S, dry goods, pianos, organs etc, 123 e Market, h 

214 e ymmmgm* m&M&h 

Moore Mrs W S, millinery, 123 e Market,h 214 e Market 
Morefield Annie, col, cook, h 601 e Market 
Morehead Ada, col, nurse, h East 
Morehead Anna, col, dom, h 132 s Gilmer 
Morehead Ernest, col, messenger, h 343 s Davie 
Morehead Eugene, col, porter, hl34 s Gilmer 

mCTin A M /"* kJ? r\ M Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
OUKnl\L-C \J IN ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
'ith O. W. CARR & CO. 233%South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Morehead Harry, col, carpenter, h Lewis 
Morehead J M, planter, h 215 Eugene 
Morehead J T, atty-at-law, 100 n Elm,h 205 w Sycamore 
Morehead Jennie, col, dom, h 220 w Washington 
Morehead Jim, col, shoemaker, h East 
Morehead Jim, col, stableman, r 115 8 Davie 
Morehead John, col, waiter, h 208 s Forbes 
Morehead Julia, col, h 232 n Gilmer 
Morehead Lindsey, col, lab, h 132 s Gilmer 
Morehead Minnie, col, h 343 s Davie 
Morehead Pinkney, col, lab, h 506 Lindsey 
Morehead Quinnie, col, blacksmith, 209 n Greene, h 237 e 
Market 

MORRIS & CO., 

THE OIRXO-I^-A-Ij 

Racket Store ! 

318 South Elm Street, Next to Forbis Furniture Store, 

GREENSBORO, 1ST. C. 

All the novelties in f\ \ATill A r»mfi£Jrl Au * Goods 
Ladies Dress Goods. **• vv m lvl U1LU51U Warrented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



yimijin flPf|0 REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
IalJjU BilUu., hands, if you want it sold orrented. If you wantto pur- 
chase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 87 

Morehead Retta, col, snacks, h 343 s Davie 

Morehead Robert, col, waiter, h e Market 

Morehead Win, col, miller, h 234 e Sycamore 

Morgan J M, wood worker, h Arlington 

Morris & Co, dry goods, notions, etc, 318 s Elm 

Morris J K, Morris & Co, h Lindsey 

Morris Rev John P, teacher, Bennett Seminary, r do 

Morris Robert, wks saw mill, h Lee cor sElm 

Moseley Joseph, col, tob worker, h e Market 

Mosely Mrs G, teacher, Bennett Seminary 

Moss R H, tobacconist h Mendenhall av 

Mount Airy Granite Co, J A Odell, pres, Thos Woodroffe, 

supt, J W Fry, secty and treas, 301 Walker av 
Mum fries Andrew, col, tob worker, h 233 e Market 
Mumfries Ula, col, tob worker, h 233 e Market 
Murchison J C, master of trains CF&YVK R, r 377 8 Davie 
Murchison John A, carpenter, h 335 s Elm 
Murchison T J, Hackney & Murchison, h 124 Buchanan 
Murphy James, lab, h e Market 
Murphy Miss Mary, h e Market 

T^TT/^VnT'/^m? A "DTT^7" in a11 its branches. Alderman, 
JlJDXJ J. \J VJXV-CL JT XI X 106£ S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. 

Murphy Tom, col, lab, h 200 w Market 
Murphy Will, col, lab, h Jonesboro 
Murra Albert, carder, h 618 e Market 
Murray Jennie, col, dom, h 439 Church 
Murray Miss Maggie, h 323 Asheboro 
► Murray RW, bookkeeper, h 323 Asheboro 
Murray W R, wholesale and retail dry goods etc, 214 s Elm, h 

323 Asheboro 
Marrow Eugene, special revenue agt, h 203 w Market 
Napper Laura, col, dom, h 419 Factory 
National Bank of Greensboro, Julius A Gray, pres, Neil 

Ellington, cashier, 235 s Elm 
Naylor C B, tob mang, h 346 Ash 
Neal Atelia, col, dom, h 218 e Washington 
Neese J H, clerk, h Arlington 
Kelson Miss Alice, h 202 Eugene 
Nelson Miss Amanda, h 202 Eugene 
Nelson Anderaon, col, lab, h e Washington 
Nelson Joe, col, box maker, h Warnersville 
Nelson John, col, carpenter, h Warnersville 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. c ^S&i^££ e 

pany^s Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., 5 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



88 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Nelson John J, bookkeeper, h 202 Eugene 

Nelson Mrs John N, wid, h 202 Eugene 

Nelson Lizzie, col, dom, h 105 n Davie 

Nelson Martha, col, h Mendenhall av 

Nelson Miss Olivia, h 202 Eugene 

Newcomb £ G, wines and liquors, 327 s Elm, h 216 Fayette- 

ville 
Newell M J, grocer, Asheboro, h do 
Newell Wilson, conductor, h Lewis 
Newland Annie, col, h e Market 
Newiln Robert, col, hackman,h e Market 
Newlin Sallie, col, h Vance 
Newman J Jgenl mang N C Steel and Iron Co, bds Benbow 

House 

Our n j dd fL (ia All Classes of insurable property written at most favorable rates. 
■ II • UttJlii (X \j\). Farmers, Physicians, Mechanics, Manufacturers. Miners, Millers, 
Merchants and all sound, honest men, should insure against Accident, Fire, Death 

Newman John, col, tob worker, h McAdoo al 

Newman John D, clerk, bds Benbow House 

New Star Warehouse, Apple, Meadors & Browning, props, 

212 s Davie 
Nichols, J A, col, lab, h s Elm 
Nichols Jim, col, lab, h Warnersville 
Nicholson Miss Alice, h 115 w Market 
Nicholson John M, grocer, 118 s Elm, h 115 w Market 
Nicholson Miss Mary, dom, h 224 Eugene 
Nocho J R, col, route agent, R & D R R, h 401 e Market 
Noell James, attorney-at-law, h Julin 
Norris Miss Sue, h 135 Smith 

THE NEW YORK BAZAAB, 

110 WEST MARKET ST., GREENSBORO. 

ods, Notions, Laces, Embroideries, 
wvuwasManxo good*. 

JAPANESE AND FANCY ARTICLES, 

MILLINERY AND TRIMMINGS A SPECIALTY. 

Carpets and Oilcloths/"! W^ill A lTnfiplrl'^' owest P r ' ces > largest 

All designs and sty les^-"* * * AA ^ ■£*■*■ UllJ.tJl.il stock in Greensboro. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



'. 



JENKINS & WALTHALL 



EDGE GILDERS and PRINTERS 

9, 11 & r l3 N. Twelfth Street, 
MICHMOKB^ i t ¥IH©INIAo 



Blank Boohs of all kinds made to order. 
Cheeky Draft and Not& Books f 

Either Printed or Lithographed. 

Bill, Letter y and Not& Heads, 

And all kinds Mercantile Printing 

Done Promptly and at Low Prices. 



Magazines of all kindi B@und in ang JJfejk 



Special attention given to orders for RIBBON BADGES Stamped in 

Gold, for Societies. 

Edge Gilding for the Trade at Lowest Rates. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED on APPLICATION 
T*y Ha. It wilt Pay ¥ou. 



JENKINS & WALTHALL, 



EDGE GILDERS and PRINTERS 

9, 11 & 13 N. Twelfth Street, 

ID, s s YIRCtlNIA. 




» ■ »' i * 



Blank Boohs of all hinds made to order. 
)h, Draft and Note Boohs, 

Either Printed or Lithographed. 
Bill, Letter, and Note Heads, 

And all hinds Mercantile Printing 

Done Promptly and at Low Prices. 



Magazinei of all kinds B@und in ang Sltyk 



Special attention given to orders for RIBBON BADGES Stamped in 

Gold, for Societies. 

Edge Gilding for the Trade at Lowest Rates. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED on APPLICATION 
Try Us. It will Fay Yqu. 



^SYJtfOp & fOWlfol/g ia 



233 South Elm Street. 



Goods Arcade" in 
National Bank Building. 



GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 



89 



North Carolina Handle Co, F E Shober & Co, proprs, Ash 
North Carolina Steel and Iron Co, James A Odell pres, 

Chas D Benbow seety, J J Newman genl manager, 107 

e Washington 
Oak Hill Mills, Railroad, nr s Elm 
Oakley James, carpenter, h College Hill 
Oakley Mrs Lou, wid, h 112 w Gaston 
O'Connell, Rev P, col, pastor Methodist Church, h Ash 
O'Connor John, Grocer, 332 s Elm, h sElm, outside limits 
O'Conner Miss Mary, saleslady, h s Elm, outside limits 
Odell Hardware Co, J A Odell pres, C H Ireland secty and 

tres, 323 and 325 s Elm 
Ogburne Charles, h 313 w Washington 
Omohundro Mrs Emma, Mrs E Omohundro & Co, h 406 n 

Greene 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Omohundro Mrs E & Co, Millinery and Fancy Goods, 105 

w Market 
/ Odell J A, pres Odell Hardware Co, pres Mt Airy Granite Co, 

also pres North Carolina Steel and Iron Company, h 313 

e Washington 
Orrell Mrs Lee, wid, h 219 e Market 
Orrell Miss Lilly, h 219 e Market 
Orrell Waihington, painter, h East 
Osteen Miss Mattie, house keeper, h 225 e Washington 
O'Sullivan E C, E C O'Sullivan & Bro, h Ash bey limits 





DEALER IN 

Choice Groceries, 

Provisions, Flour, Feed,Fish 
- '' Salt, Smoked Meats and 
Canned Goods. 
Poultry and Vegetables in their 
seasons. Fruit and Confection- 
ery. Cigars, Snuff and Tobacco. 
Butter, Eggs, and All Kinds of 
Country Produce. 

332 South Elm Street, 



N. C. 



THE WAKEFIELD, HARDWARE COMPANY. 23-JS 

plete line of Builders Hardware in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



B. P. Wharton & Go., ^EXfiffSU 

Greensboro, N. C. 



90 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



O'Sullivan £ C &Bro, tinners steam gas fitters and plumb- 
ers, 329 s Elm 
O'Sullivan Mrs John, wid, h Ash 

O'Sullivan WT,EC O'Sullivan & Bro,h Ash bey limits 
Owen Charles F. h 404 e Washington 
Owen Mrs D A, h 404 e Washington 
Owen James, moulder, h 404 e Washington 
Owen John, clerk, h 

Padgett H R, Vaughn & Padgett, h 404 e Market 
Pali" Main, baggeman, h Julin 
Palmer Mary, col, tob worker, h 213 Market sq 
Palmer Mollie, col, h 513 Lindsey 
Palmer Simon, col, brakeman, h 615 e Gaston 
Parker Benj, asst post master, bds 100 J s Elm 

Our PS PR 9, PA Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
• lli l/Aitii OC w«| class Foreign and Ame/lcan Companies Represented. 233} .J 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Parker Gid, col, lineman, h east 
Parker Joseph, col, lab, h 467 Lindsey Wood 
Parker Lawson, brakeman, h Spring 
Parker Miss Mary G, dress maker, h 119 w Market 
Parker Mrs Mary P, wid, h 119 w Market 
Patterson A C, dep revenue collector, bds McAdoo House 
Patterson Miss Annie, h 203 Cedar 
Patterson Mrs Dora, h 707 e Sycamore 
Patterson John, col, mason, h 608 Lindsey 
Patterson Miss Lina, spooler, h 707 e Sycamore 
Patterson M C, leaf tobacco, 246 Belle Meade ave, bds 100* s 
Elm 



Mn. Q®@kmii@ & 0@ 




j * 



A Full and Complete Stock of Ribbons, Flow- 
ers, and Everything Complete in Head- 
Gear can be found at this Establishment. 

105 West Market Street, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Largest Stock, C± \\Till A i»»vk-fir.Ll Special inducement to 
Lv^t Prio^AJ. >> Hi iil IlineiCl r FARMERS 



Lowest 



FARMERS. 



236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



yimTjin TJPflO REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
I fl 1 iJU DilUu.| hands, if you want it sold oriented. If you want to pur 
cliase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House 

GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 91 



Patterson R E, com salesman, h Liberty N C 

Patterson W R, clerk, r 113J w Market 

Pattilla J A, col, tob worker, h 109 Percy 

Payne Burt, col, barber, h Warnersville 

Payne & Graham, col, barbers, 309 s Elm 

Payne John W, clerk U S Court, P O Bldg, 103 s Elm, h 

127 Church 
l^a'yne R B, col, Payne & Graham, h Warnersville 
■Peacock ProfPred, teacher Greensboro female college, r do 
Peake Mary X, cook, bds Benbow House 
Pearce James R, city auctioneer, h 225 e Market 
Peace John, tailor, h 301 s Elm 
Pearce J R, Bonded Auctioneer, 120 e Market, h 225 e 

Market 

TJTjr^Tr^P T? A "DTT^7" m a11 * ts Drancnes - Alderman, 
JTSJuVj J. \J VJTXV^Lir XI X 106* S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. 

* Pearce O F, grocer, confectionery, etc, 366 s Elm, h 222 w 

Market 
I Pearce Robert E, plasterer, h 225 e Market 

Pearce Sherley W, mason, h 225 e Market 

Pegram S J, Pegram & Co, bds Benbow House 

Pegram S J & Co, tobacco mfrs,209 Buchanan 

Pender James, carriage maker, h 336 Church 

Pender Miss Mary, h 336 Church 

Peoples Eliza, col, chambermaid, McAdoo House 

Peoples Five Cents Savings Bank, J M Winstead, pres, S 
L Trogdon cashier, 115 s Elm, opp Benbow House 

Peoples Julia, col, dom, h 312 Ash 

The People's Five Gents Savings Bank 




IIS SOUTH ELM STBEET, 



Does purely a Savings Bank business, and pays all the profits to deposi- 
tors. Has paid interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum ever since 
its organization. Its Trustees are the leading businessmen of this city. Its 
principal officers are : President — J. M. Winstead. Vice-Presidents — S. S. 
Brown, J. A. Odell and J. H. Harris. Treasurer — Sam'l L. Trogdon. Clerk 
(or Secretary) — H. H. Cartland. Attorney — R. M. Douglas. Investment 
Committee— J. M. Winstead, J. A. Odell, D. W. C. Benbow and J. W. 
Scott. State Commissioner — Judge J. A. Gilmer. 

Examined annually by both State Commissioner and State Bank Examiner. The 
latter officer; Hon. Clemet Dowd says : " The Bank is well officered, well managed 
and is in a healthy, sound condition. 4S~Further information given on application. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. ^EffiS^^ 6 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., l 



1 10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



92 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Perkins Alice, col, cook, h 404 w Market 

Perry Jasper, col, porter, h 109 w Gaston 

Perry W I, car inspector, h Vance 

Peters George, restaurant, 515 s Elm, h do 

Peters Hugh B, coal dealer, h 347 Ash 

Petty Miss Laura, knitter, h Lewis 

Peyton Edmonia, col, washer, h s Spring, bey limits 

Phipps J H, genl mdse, Asheboro, h do 

Phipps J S, lab, r 116J w Market 

Phillips J T, supt Crown Mills, h 321 Gorrell 

Phoenix John J, mang for Houston Bros, r 201 J e Sycamore 

Pickard T M, grocer, 101 e Market 

Pickett A S, carpenter, bds 301 s Elm 

Pickett Dicy, col, washer, h 302 Lindsey 

OW f ARR R/ Pft -^' Classes of insurable property written at most favorable rates. 
■ III urtfin tX l/Ui Farmers, Physicians, Mechanics, Manufacturers, Miners, Millers, 
Merchants and all sound, honest men, should insure against Accident, Fire, Death 

Piedmont Bank, Gov A M Scales, pres, J M Winstead, cash- 
ier, 119 s Elm 
Pinnix Flora, col, dom, h 427 Walker av 
Pitts J R, J R Pitts & Co, h Warnersville rd 
Pitts J R & Co, Racket Store, 364 s Elm 
Pitts L D, J R Pitts & Co, r 364 s Elm 
Pleasants R J, mason, r 342£ s Elm 
Pleasants T T, painter, h 215 s Davie 
Pleasants W P, brick layer, r 342£ s Elm 
Plummer W A, wood worker, h Asheboro 
Poe W B, h 215 s Davie 
Poe Mrs W B, boarding, h 215 s Davie 

GOV. A. M. SCALES, J. M. WINSTEAD. R. M. DOUGLAS, 

President. Cashier. Attoiney. 

DIRECTORS : 

Gov. A. M. Scales, James M. Winstead, J. A. Odell, Lawrence S. Holt, 
Samuel L. Trogdon. 

fto Plsdaoat Bm\ 

119 South Elm Street, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

iati m C;*\iiivi*:i 1 U:iiik iji «>• 15 u Kim's*. 

Carpets and Oilcloths/jl "\\Ti|1 A vm"Hc*lfl Lowest prices, largest 

All designs and styles **« '» 11J - -"- 1 ll,lieiu stock in Greensboro. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f^YMox© & f&wim^w^'^^^ 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 93 

Pointer Mrs E, wid, h 602 vv Gaston 
Polland "VV E, harness maker, h Spring S G 
Pope Philip C, com traveler, h King av 
Pope Richard C, h King av 
Pope Mrs R C, h King av 

Porter Miss Elizabeth J, teacher, Greensboro Female College, 
r do 
\ Porter Miss Lina, private school, 42(L_w Market, h 430 do 
porter Mr jR C, wid, h 430 w Market 
Porter William C, druggist, 121 s Elm, h442 w Market 
Post Office, J P WhiteYPost master, 102 s Elm 
Potter Miss Annie, h 403 w Market 
Potts R E, money clerk, h 104 s Greene 
Powell Miss Dora, saleslady, h 406 w Washington 

SAMUEL L. TROSDQN, INSURANCE. wSZF* 'bW 

Powell Oliver N, Raymond & Powell, h 406 w Washington 

Powers Benj, bottler, h 210 Abh 

Powers John, lab, h 316 e Market 

Pozolt Eugene, tailor, h 335 n Greene 
v^Pozolt Harry, tailor, h 335 n Greene 

Presbyterian Church, 200 Church 

Pretzfelder & Co. dry goods, notions, etc, 206 and 208 8 Elm 
//Pretzfelder M, Pretzfelder & Co, r 206 s Elm 

Price P D, h 305 e Washington 

Price RT, col, lab, h w Market 

Price S F, blacksmith, h 215 s Davie 

Prince James H, mang, Racket Store Co, h 213 e Washington 

ESTABLISHED 1853. 



W. C. PORTER, 



Oldest Established Drag House In GREENSBORO. 

Prescriptions Compounded Day Or Night. 
Q\t A Competent and Skilled Pharmacist. 

i2i SOUTH ELM STREET. 

"DTTV TUT? UiriMTATPTAlVT New Model Gun lor the best shooting sunon 
1)UI I lift A mil UN IT I U IN the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Real Estate Agents, 
110 South Elm Street, 



94 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Tritchett Ben, col, lab, h Warnersville 

Pritchett Miss Etta, h Asheboro 

Pritchett Miss Fannie, h Bragg 

Pritchett J A, janitor Ct House, h Asheboro 

Pritchett John, carpenter, h Asheboro 

Pritchett Miss Maggie, h Asheboro 

Pritchett Miss Mary, h 202 Ash 

Pritchett Miss Sarah, h Bragg 

Proctor H, shoemaker, 511 s Elm, h 330£ s Elm 

Proctor Mrs Julia, wid, h 330£ s Elm 

Pugh C E, clerk, h 221 Church 

Pugh J W, carpenter, bds 301 s Elm 

Pugh J W, grocer, 219 Church, h 221 do 

Pugh Mrs Kate E, boarding, h 217 w Market 

Pugh Miss Lou Ella, h 217 w Market 

Pugh Sam'l, carpenter, h Julin 

Puryear Ellis, col, lab, h 226 e Sycamore 

Puryear Ellis, col, brakeman, h 230 s Davie 

Quarles J T, bar clerk, h 124 Buchanan 

Racket Store Co, The, dry goods, etc, 228 s Elm 

Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233%~Soutn Elm Street, Greensboro, H. C. 



INSURANCE ON 

alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 2a3jiSouth 



Ragan Amos, pres Crown Mills, h High Point 
Ragland Bob, col, lab, h 233 Percy 
Rankin Arthur, tob mang, h 213 e Market 
Rankin Augustus, com traveler, h 346 Asheboro 
Rankin Miss Carrie, milliner, h327 n Greene 
Rankin Charles, student, h 213 e Market 
Rankin Miss D M, milliner, h 214 e Market 
Rankin Miss Ella, h 346 Asheboro 
Rankin Henry, col, tob worker, h East 
Rankin J T, com salesman, h Asheboro 
Rankin James, h Pierson 
Rankin Mrs Jane, wid, h 327 n Greene 
Rankin John, clerk, h 213 e Market 
Rankin John, col, farmer, h East 
Rankin Miss Johnsie, h 346 Asheboro 
Rankin Miss Maggie, h 213 e Market 
Rankin Mary, col, washer, h 140 s Gilmer 
Rankin Susan, col, dom, h 223Edgeworth 
Rankin Walter, tobacconist, h 213 e Market 
Rankin W R, salesman, h 325 w Market 

All the novelties in /~1 Y\Till A r»m -fi cA rl -^ Goods 
Ladies Dress Goods. VT » " 1U 1Vl UlUtJlU War-rented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



Tjl/-\y» Qnlft The best property, improved and unimproved, in ana 
J? UI OCtltJ. around Greensboro, N.C. Call on us. YE ATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 95 

Rankin Col Wm, h 218 n Elm 

Ramsey David, knitter, h 310 Asheboro 

Rasche Miss Florence, h 302 s Elm 

Ray Mrs Angelletta, wid, h 215 e Market 

Ray Major, col, porter, h Morehead 

Ray born J 1), car inspector, h s Elm 

Raymond Eugene, Raymond & Powell, h 406 w Washing- 
ton 

Raymond & Powell, dry goods, dress making, etc, 233 s Elm 

Reece & Elam, book and job printers, 222 s Elm 

Reece J M, Reece & Elam, h 100 s Greene 

Reece Wm, P clerk, h 214 w Gaston 

Reed J W, oom mer, h 438 Gorrell 

Reed Nettie, col, washer, h Morehead 
• Reed Victoria, col, washer, h Morehead 

Rees Mrs L A, prop Central Hotel, 100£ s Elm 
/Rees R M, chief of police, also tax collector, r 101| e Market 

Rees W II, mailing clerk, h Gaston 

Reeves John, col, lab, h Percy, nr e Washington 

Reeves W T, watchman, h 706 e Market 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106J S. Elm St. 

Reid Dora, col, cook, h 301 n Gilmer 
Reid J E, auctioneer, h 203 w Market 
Reid L C, com salesman, bds Benbow House 
Reid Major, col, farmer, h 301 n Gilmer 
Reinicker Mrs E F, wid, h 506 w Market 
Reyolds C A, pres the Guilford lumber mfg co, h Bragg S G 
Reynolds E A, wood worker, h Julin 
Reynolds Frank, wood worker, h s Elm 
Reynolds L R, clerk, h 203 w Market 
Rice Ben, col, lab, h 427 Lindsey Wood 
Rice Charles W, h 328 Church 

Rice B N, agt Traveler's Insurance Co, h 328 Church 
Rich S N, carpenter, h Arlington 
Richardson Irvin, col, brick layer, h 507 Lindsey 
Richardson Julius, col, driver, h Warnersville 
■/Richardson, Dr W J, physician 121 a Elm, h 203 n Davie 
Ricks Miss Mary, knitter, h 222 s Forbes 
Riddle Crosbie, carder, h 709 e Sycamore 
Riddle J W, spinner, h 709 e Sycamore 
Rippy John, engineer, h Arlington 
Rives W C, conductor, C F & Y V R R, h 314 Walker av 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS 1&^£& n & T1 % £&*%£% 

Greensboro, N. U. 



B. P. Wharton & o., ' 



110 .South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. GL 



96 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Bobbins Mrs Minnie, confectioner, 113 w Market 

Roberson Chas, salesman, h e Sycamore 

Robert Prtner Brewing Co, C F Joyce agt, 119 Buchanan 

Roberts Lizzie, col, h 200 w Market 

Roberts Louisa col, h 109 w Gaston 

Robertson Charles, clerk, h s Greene 

Robertson J B, shoemaker, h 310 Asheboro 

Robertson Mrs Lucy H, teacher, Greensboro female college, h 

Robertson Dr R F, dentist, h 438 church 

Robertson S C, marble works, 116 e Market, h 116£ do 

Robinson A T, h 240 s Spring 

Robinson J A, supervisor R k D R R, h 350 King ave 

Robinson J B, transfer clerk, r s Elm 

Robinson John, yardman, h Railroad nr Washington 

Robinson Julius, shoe maker, h 310 Asheboro 

Robinson Mrs Lucy, teacher at college, h 443 w Sycamore 

Robinson Shepperd, col, coachman, h 209 w Market 

Rogers Annie, col, dom, h 211 Percy 

Rogers Annis, col, washer, h 211 Percy 

Rogers Ella, col, cook, h 211 Percy 

1 ACQPC A n IMQTFn and Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. \V. Carr &. 
LOODLO AUJUD1 LU C o., 233^ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Rogers Nannie, col, nurse, h 211 Percy 

Rogers Robert L, plasterer, h 330^ 8 Elm 

Rogers Warren, col, h 211 Percy 

Roles Marshall, carpenter, h 427 Walker av 

Rose Miss Maggie, h Factory 

Ross A L, mason, h Arlington 

Ross Mrs F E, wid, h Mendenhall av 

Ross Hester, col, dom, h King av 

Ross J W, contractor, h Arlington 

Ross L F, horses, wagons, etc, also prop The Oak Hill Mills, 

115 Depot, h 428 Arlington 
Rothrock C N, clerk, h s Elm 

Howe Dr Walter W, dentist, 101£ e Maeket, h 220 Eugene 
Royster G H, dry goods, notions, etc, 112 s Elm, h 434 Church 
Rue Miss Loula, h Asheboro 
Ruffin Lavinia, col, dom, h 107 e Gaston 
Russell Albert, col, stableman, r 115 s Davie 
Russell Charles, col, painter, h Warnersville 
Russell Maria, col, dom, h 323 Asheboro 
Russell Sallie, col, h 221 Percy 
Ryan James, conductor, h s Elm 

Dry (roods, Clothing,/?! \\f\ 11 A vm fi £»1 rl Hats ' Caps and Gent ' 6 
Boots and Shoes. M- f¥ 1U -0.1 U1UWIU Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



!{&YMOp & PowsfcVS "S 



Goods Arcade" in 
National Bank Building. 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBOKO DIRECTORY. 



97 



Sampson Miss Ada, h Asheboro 

Sampson Miss Hattie, artist and taxidermist, studio, Ashe- 
boro bey limits, h do 
Sampson John, h Asheboro 
Sanders Bettie, col, h East 
Sanders Jennie, col, nurse, h East 
Sandifer Miss C J, h Asheboro 
Sapp A J, h 203 w Market 
/Sapp A V, clerk, h 535 s Elm 
Sapp Miss Hattie, h 203 w Market 
Sapp Miss Laurie, h 203 w Market 
Sapp Mrs W G, boarding, h 203 w Market 
Saunders Ellis, col, trader, h 117 Lewis 
Saunders J H, shoe maker, h 404 e Market 

INSURANCE ^ FIRE> LIFE AND ACCIDENT . 
SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Scales Ann, col, h Ash 
: Scales Miss Annie, h 310 e Washington 
Scales Gov A M, pres The Piedmont Bank, also Scales & 

Scales, h441 w Market 
Scales Mrs E H, wid, h 310 e Washington 
Scales Miss Effie, h 310 e Washington 
Scales Jennie, col, dom, h s Spring 
Scales Lizzie, col, nurse, h Arlington 
Scales Mrs M P. wid, h 200 s Spring 
Scales Nancy, col, washer, h s Spring 
Scales & Scales, attys-at-law, 119J s Elm 
Scales Wallace N, Bethel & Scales, also Scales & Scales, h 
441 w Washington 




L. F. ROSS, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

SOUSES, SUB CARRIAGES, 

PHAETONS, WAGONS, 

CARTS AND HARNESS. 

Columbus Buggy Co's 
BUGGIES A SPECIALTY. 

115 DEPOT ST., 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

THE~WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. gSS 6 "^ 

plete line of Builders Hardwarde in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



B. P. Wharton & Co., ! 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. * 



98 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Scales Wra, col, cook, h 120 8 Forbes 
Scarborough S W, grocer, 218 w Market, h College hill 
Schaaf John, tailor, h 340 n Greene 

Schenck Dr D R, physician and surgeon, also pres Greens- 
boro Water Co, 110 n Elm, h 311 Edgeworth 
•Schenck Judge D, atty-at-law,h 403 Edgeworth 
Shaw Charles W, lobber, h 711 a Sycamore 
Shaw Miss Fannie E, bookkeeper, h 116 n Davfij 
Shaw Henry, clerk, h Asheboro 
Shaw Isom, col, watchman, h 211 n Gilmer 
Shaw J II, clerk, h Asheboro bey limits 
Shaw Macolm, with O W Carr & Co, h 116 n Davie 
Shaw Miss Mary, h Asheboro 
Shaw Miss Myrtie, spinner, h 711 e Sycamore 

OW T ARR Rf TO •^•" Classes of insurable property written at most favorable rate*. 
■ Hi v/Vlin (X l/Ui Farmers, Physicians, Mechanics, Manufacturers, Miners, Millers, 
Merchants and all sound, honest men, should insure against Accident, Fire, Death 

Shelton T S, bakery and confectionery, 360 s Elm, h Asheboro 

Sheppard Hager, col, h 601 e Market 

Sheppard W S, carpenter, h 215 s Davie 

Sherwood Miss Annie N,h 426 w Gaston 

Sherwood Mrs Maria L, wid, h 426 w Gaston 

Sherwood Miss Mamie L, school teacher, h 426 w Gaston 

Sherwood M S, bank teller, h 426 w Gaston 

Sherwood Thos D, salesman, h426 w Gaston 

Shields John, barber, h 336 Church 

Shields Sam, col, driver, h Spring bey limits 

Shipp B, atty-at-law, 109 Ct House sq, bds McAdoo House 



WALTER W. ROWE, 




101 1-2 EAST MARKET STREET, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Successor to Robertson Brothers. 



lours, 9 to 4. 



Carpets and Oilcloths/i "Will A l'mfl plrl lowest P r *° e8 > Wf 

All designs and styles*-** " lll - i11 111 lit, 1U stoc k } n Greensbor 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



unrest 



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TV/Trm ATT sec URELY LOANED at 8 per. cent on the best City 
JUu.vJlJ.Ojf and Country property. See the attractive list of property 
we offer for sale. YATES BROS., Real Estate Agents. Opp. Benbow House. 

GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 98* 

, Schenck Miss R B, h 403 Edge worth 
Schenck W E, clerk, h 403 Edgeworth 
Schoolfield J H, tailor, 309 Church, h do 
Schultz C A, clerk, h 222 w Market 

Jehuat Henry, moulder, h Julin 
cott Clarence, h 320 n Forbes 

Scott David, nurse, h 218 e Gaston 

Scott Miss Eureka, knitter, h 218 e Gaston 

Scott H L, H L Scott & Co, h 325 w Market 

Scott H L & Co, leaf tobacco, 122 n Elm 

Scott Jack, col, gardener, h 443 Lindsey Wood 

Scott Jane, col, tob worker, h 217 w Market 

Scott John Peen, clerk, h 320 n Forbes 

Scott John W, J W Scott & Co, and pres Greensboro knit- 
ting mills, h 313 Lindsey 

Scott J W & Co, wholesale dry goods, etc, wholesale and re- 
tail grocers, 240 and 242 s Elm, cor Washington 

Scott Julius, watchman, h 214 e Gaston 
/Scott Levi M, attorney-at-law, 111 Court House sq, h 124 
Fayette ville 

SAMUEL L. TBOSDON, Notary PoMc Savings Bant. 

Scott Miss Lizzie, h 313 Lindsey 

Scott Oliver, col, engineer, h 214 e Gaston 

Scott Wm L, clerk, h 320 n Forbes 

Scott W A, general merchandise, 122 e Market, h 240 Belle 
Meade ave 

Scott Z T, carpenter, h 411 e Market 

Selden Mrs E M, wid, h 113 Church 

Sellars Dempsey, col, gareener, h 118 Percy 

Sellars John, col, mason, h 239 Percy 

Sergeant B E, Sergeant Mfg Co, h 219 e Washington 

Sergeant G S, Seigeant Mfg Co, h 442 Arlington 

Sergeant Joseph G, baggage master, h 219 e Washington 

Sergeant Manufacturing Co, founders and machinists, 328 
e Washington 

Sergeant W T, Sergeant Mfg Co, h 419 Factory 

Settle Mrs Judge Thomas, wid, h Asheboro 

Shadley Will, col, drayman, h Warnersville 

Sharps J F, painter and decorater, 116 w Market, h Arlington 

Sharpe B C, attorney-at-law, 100 Court sq, h Lee, nr Ashe- 
boro S G 

Shaw Charles, knitter, h Asheboro 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY. 23-JS 

plete line of Builders Hardwarde in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



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TVTrm AT7 securely LOANED at 8 per. cent on the best City 
•l"V_Lv-/JLLw t y and Country property. Sie the attractive list of property 
we offer for sale. YATES BROS., Eeal Estate Agents. Opp. Benbow House 

GEEENSBOEO DIEECTORY. 99 

Shober Charles E, mang for F E Shober & Co, h 120 w Syca- 

more 
Shober Miss Ellie, h 120 w Sycamore 
Shober F E, F E Shober & Co, h Salisbury N C 
Shober F E & Co, North Carolina Handle Co, 511 Ash 
Shober Miss Mary, h 120 \v Sycamore 
Shober Mrs N L, F E Shober & Co, h 120 w Sycamore 
Shoecraft John, col, lab, h Morehead 
-^hoftner C C, salesman, h S G 

Short Napoleon, col, trucker, h 310 Percy 
Shultz C A, clerk, h e Market 
Sikes Willis, W Sikes & Son, h 320 n Greene 
Sikes W N, W Sikes & Son, h 320 n Greene 
Sikes W & Son, meats, 3 City Market 



"pTT/^VlTI/^V/^i "D A TDTT"^7" in all its branches. Alderman, 



106| S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. 



Siler Chas S, h 109 e Market 

Siler Geo W, carpenter, h 109 e Market 

Siler John M carpenter, h 109 e Market 

Siler N J, watchmaker and jeweler, 109 e Market 

Simmons J eff, col, painter, h 326 n Gilmer 

Simpson Bell, col, h 110 s Davie 

Simpson Dora, col, dom, h 506 w Market 

Simpson Felix, col, trucker, h 306 w Market 

Simpson George, carder, h 711 e Sycamore 

Simpson Joseph, carpenter, h 702 e Market 

Simpson Samuel, col, janitor, h Davie 

Simpson Sarah, col, h College hill 



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BCOTT A C®# f 

—WHOLESALE— 

Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, 

Snd North, dafolink Dried Stmts'. 

STATE AGENTS FOR LEAKSVILLE WOOLEN MILLS. 

240 and 242 South Elm St., 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. c S&^ e 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co, ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



100 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Simpson Sarah, col, h 518 e Gaston 
, Simpson Walter, watchman, h 230 Orange 
• Sing Ying, laundry, h 123 s Elm 

Singer Manufacturing Co, VV B McWhorter, manager 12G 8 

Elm 
Slade Albert, col, trucker, h e Market 
Slade Ben, col, wks saw mill, h Warnersville 
Sloan & Black, col, restaurant, 211 e Sycamore 
Sloan Carydell, col, painter, h e Market 
Sloan Eliza, col, h e Market 
Sloan Emily, col, washer, h Warnersville 
Sloan Isaac, col, gardener, h East 
Sloan Kizzy, col, nurse, h 320 n Gilmer 
Sloan Robert M, Agent Southern Express, h 320 w Market 



I AQQPQ A n IltQTFn ana Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr Jt 
WOOLO A1WU& 1 LI/ Co., 233>£ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Sloan Thomas J, book agent, h 228 n Elm 

Sloan W M, col, Sloam & Black, h 213 Sycamore 

Sloan Wm, col, painter, h e Market 

Sloan Wm, col, barber, h e Market, bey limits 

Sloan Will, col, fireman, h Warnersville 

Sloan Wilson, col, lab, h 507 Chestnut 

Sloan Yancy, col, lab, h Warnersville 

Small Mrs M E, wid, h 502 w Market 

Small Miss May, h 502 w Market 

Smith Ada, col, h 116 w Gaston 

Smith A M, mining engineer, h 503 Edgeworth 

Smith A W, carpenter, bds 335 s Elm 




Attorney-at-Law, 

111 Court Square, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Dry Goods, Clothing,fl Will A rmfiol rl Hats » Ca l 1s and Gent ' s 
Boots and Shoes. **• ¥V 111 211 lllllt/lU Furnishings. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



fggtJKQ]® & POWS&I* A " "S^gar** 



233 South Elm Street. 



GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 101 

* iSmith B E, bookkeeper, h Arlington, S G 

Smith Miss Bettie, saleslady, h Asheboro S G 

Smith Bettie, col, washer, h 228 Mebane 

Smith Miss Daisy E, h 503 Edge worth 

Smith Miss Emily F, teacher Greensboro female college 
.-Smith F F, Smith & Weaver, h 214 Belle Meade ave 

Smith Miss Fannie, h 421 Arlington 

Smith G E, mason, h 611 e Market 

Smith George A, W E Bevill & Co, h Baltimore Md 

Smith Miss Gertie, h Arlington 

Smith Hay Watson, student, h 347 Church 

Smith Henry, engineer, h 421 Arlington 

Smith Herbert, contractor, h Arlington 

Smith Hugh, col, mason, h Lindsey bey limits 

SAMUEL L. TR06D0N, INSURANCE. nnSSt* 3W 

Smith Hugh, col, carpenter, h 209 Market sq 

Smith Irving J, quarry man, h 503 Edge worth 

Smith Rev J H, pastor Presbyterian church, h 347 Church 

Smith James, sash maker, h Jonesboro 

Smith John, contractor, h Arlington 

Smith Joseph J, printer, h 200 n Forbes 

Smith Mrs L A, wid. h 202 w Sycamore 

Smith Lee S, clerk, h w Market Extension 

Smith Mrs M S, h w Market, bey limits. 

Smith Miss Mamie L, h 202 w Sycamore 

Smith Margaret, col, h 209 Market sq 

Smith Miss Margaret V, h 347 Church 



B. C. SHARPS 



j 




100 COURT SQUARE, 



TJTTV TUT? RI7WT\Tr , TA\r New Model Gun lor the best shootine eunon 
DU 1 ill ft HPjJHJ.il IT IUJ.1 the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



E. P. Wharton & Go., R iTo E 



.South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



102 GREENSBORO DIKECTOBY. 



Smith Mrs Pamela, wid, h 214 e Market 

Smith K H, street overseer, h 200 n Forbes 

Smith Prof S C, teacher Graded school, h 401 Church 

Smith S M, col, barber, 207 e Sycamore, h 207 Market sq 

Smith & Weaver, harness mfrs also furniture dealers, 225 8 

Elm 
Smith W C, E M Hendrix & Co, h 401 Chupch 
Smith W A, engineer, h 225 Mebane, rear 
Smith Wesley, col, pres-mian, h Warnersville 
SmithdealL A, grocer and confectionery, 112 w Market, r do 
Smothers Alfred, sexton, h 106 s Davie 
Smothers Mrs Bessie, dress maker, h 701 e Market 
Snipes Miss Addie, h 346 Ash 
Snipes Pinkney, col, cook, h e Market 

OW PARR R/ CO Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
■ iii imttfi. OC l/v.j (jlass Foreign and American Companies Represented. '£&% 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Snipes Rainey, col, hackman. r 115 s Davie 

Snow Will, com traveler, h 135 Smith 

South Greensboro Investment Co, W R Burgess, secty and 

treas,324 s Elm 
Southern Express Co, R M Sloan, 328 s Elm 
Spann Lizzie, col, washer, h Warnersville 
Spear C W, train despatcher, bds Benbow House 
Spencer Madison, farmer, h s Elm 
Spencer N L, carpenter, h s Elm 
Spoon Miss Alice, spooler, h 803 e Sycamore 
Spoon Mrs Elizabeth, wid,h 803 e Sycamore 
Spoon James M, h 803 e Sycamore 



B. &HIPP, 



iW mwmmmw haw 18 

lii iillf SQUABS, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Largest Stock, f\ \ATill A T»rr»-ficl/l Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.^* v * J1J -CilillUW 1 U FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



\i*r\y% Q q]a The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
JP UL OCllU. around Greensboro, N.C. Call on us. YEATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 103 

St Agnes Roman Catholic Church, 329 n Forbes 
Stamey Rev E L, pastor M E Church, h Asheboro 
Stanlield Solomon, col, h 120 s Gilmer 
Stanley B F, bookkeeper, h 203 w Market 
Stanley Mrs Harriet, house keeper, Benbow House 
Stanley Lizzie, wks knitting mills, h 116J e Market 
Staples Miss Bettie, h 305 w Market 
^/Staples Col John N, attorney-at-law, h 305 w Market 
Staples Mrs M E, wid, h 305 w Market 
Staples, Miss Sallie, h 305 w Market 
St Barnabas Episcopal church, 210 n Greene 
Steed Miss Ida, saleslady, h Arlington 
Steele Lee, col, stableman, r 115 s Davie 
Steele Mrs Mary B, wid, h 103 n Davie 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Lite-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106} S. E^m St. 

Steele Turner, col, hackman, r 115 s Davie 

Steenburg Mrs Emma, forelady knitting mills, h 524^ s Elm 

Stevens Miss Euphenia, wid, h 447 Arlington 

Stewart Adam, Eagle Foundry Co, h Ash 

Stewart Julius, foreman for C P Vanstory, h 208 e Gaston 
./Stewart M L, clerk, h 359 Ash 

Stewart W B, lab, r 116^ w Market 

Stiner Charles, millwright, r 107i w Market 

St James Presbyterian Church, col, 210 n Forbes 

Stokes Sonnie, col, lab, h 458 Lindsey Wood 

Stone Miss Bessie, milliner, bds 202 Ash 
/Stone Joe J, compositor, h 210 Ash 



SMITH & WEAVER, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 




ALSO DEALERS IN 

ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. 

225 SOUTH ELM ST., 



WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS Sg^&ftK^BfiSRKS 

Greensboro, N. C. 



E. P. Wharton &O0, 1 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



104 GREENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Stone W E, h Church bey limits 

Stovall Miss M J, dress maker, h Spring 

Stowe Miss Bessie, milliner, h 202 Ash 

Stratford William 0, Wharton & Stratford, h cor Julin and 

Stratford S G 
Strickland J M, lab, h Bra°rg 
Stroud J B, clerk, bds 124 Buchanan S 

Stroup Mrs M A, dom, h 200 s Spring 

Stubbs Rev Alfred, rector St Barnabas Church, h 228 n Elm 
Stuart Adam, foundry, h Ash 
Stuart Annie, col, dom, h 327 n Greene 
Stuart Jennie, col, dom, h 230 Ash 
Sttitts Miss Eunice, spinner, h 802 e Market 
Stutts J D, h 802 e Market 



INSURANCF.QN 

alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233%South 



Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>fSouth Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Stutts Schuyler W, h 802 e Market 
Suits Miss Emma, knitter, h Lewis 
Sullivan Miss Annie, dress maker, h 225 Lindsey 
Sullivan J L, fireman, h s Elm 
Sullivan J M, shoe maker, bds 301 s Elm 
Sullivan W M, shoe maker, h225 Lindsey 
Swaim Miss Ada, h 213 Lyndon 
r Swaim Miss Isabel le, h 213 Lyndon 
Swaim Logan, h 213 Lyndon 
Swaim Lyndon, h 213 Lyndon 
Swaim Miss Mary, e 213 Lyndon 
Swain J E, carpenter, h 702 e Market 



WW* 




DEALER IN 

Staple and Fancy 

GROCERIES, 

Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, 

S. B. Pens and Oblique 

Holders. 

112 WEST MARKET ST, 



All the novelties in C\ Will \ i»i>-»+ir>lrl A11 Goods 

Ladies Dress Goods. *** * Y *** lvl lUUVLM Warranted. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



5{&Y]\10p ifOWto'g '?aL„ a^„k A CiMi'„g n 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBOEO DIKECTOKY. 105 

Swan Samuel, h 202 Eayetteville 

Swan W C, engineer, h 202 Fayetteville 

Swimm Fannie, col, h 502 e Washington 

Swimm Henry, col, lab, h 502 e Washington 

Swimm Minnie, col, h 502 e Washington 

Swimm Sarah, col, dom, h 502 e Washington 

Sykes Peter, col, pressman, h Warnersville 

Tate Bros, druggists, 108 s Elm 

Tate Charles W, Tate Bros, r 100 J sElm 

Tate Ernest W, sec and treas The Greensboro Security and 

Investment Co, h 503 w Sycamore 
Tate F A, Tate Bros, h 503 w Sycamore 
Tate H II, h 286 Belle Meade ave 
/ Tate James Turner, pres The Greensboro Security and In- 
vestment Co, r 503 w Sycamore 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TEOGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Tate Miss Louise, h 286 Belle Meade av 

Tate Miss May, h 286 Belle Meade av 
''Tate Dr R W, physician, 109£ s Elm, h 335 Asheboro 

Tatum Dave, col, wks Ex Co, h Warnersville. 

Tatum H B, livery stable, 113 depot, h 416 n Greene 

Tatum M J, tobacconist, h 514 w Market 

Tatum S D, foreman for H B Tatum, r Depot 
,/Taylor F N, Hardin & Taylor, bds 335 s Elm 

Taylor George, col, trucker, h 230 e Sycamore 

Taylor J H, car inspector, h Asheboro 

Taylor R C, clerk, h 323 Asheboro 

Teague W E, carpenter, bds 301 s Elm 

C. STEINER, 

MILLWRIGHT. 

Plans § Estimates i* 

Agent for Silver Creek Flour Bolt Elevator Scalper and 

Bran Duster, Cranson Scourer and Wheat Polisher, 

Midglings Purifiers, Flour Packers and all 

Modern Mill Machinery. 

107 1-2 West Market Street, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

THE WAKEFIELD, HARDWARE COMPANY, ag"^ 

plete line of Builders Hardware in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 



E. P. Wharton & o., ! 



1 10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



106 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Teague W J, Eagle Foundry Co, h Pomona, N 

Tennant J D, Pullman Co, h s Elm 

Terrell George T, clerk, h 316 w Gaston 

Terry Caloin, col, tob worker, h 108 n Greene 

Terry Miss Nannie, dress maker, h 218 Belle Meade ave 

Thacker Caroline, col, h e Washington 

Thacker Caswell, col, carpenter, h 613 Lindsey 

Thacker Mrs E, wid, h 602 w Gaston 

Thacker J L, S S Brown & Co, h 122 n Davie 

Thacker L R, clerk, h 122 n Davie 

Thacker Mrs M E, wid, h 122 n Davie 

Thorn Chany, col, h 343 s Davie 

Thorn J E, bakery, 117 e Market, h 122 n Davie 

Thorn Lizzie, col, h 521 Smith 



I AQQPQ AnillQTPn an(i Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr & 
liVOOLD AUJUO 1 LU Co ., <£&% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Thomas Albert, col, driver, h 240 e Gaston 

Thomas Brothers, book and job printers, 204£ s Elm 

Thomas C Frank, Thomas Bros, h 509 n Greene 

Thomas C E, R Thomas & Bro, h 419 s Davie 

Thomas Cornelia, col, h 435 Edgeworth 

Thomas D E, grocer, 123 and 125 s Davie, h 105 u Davie 

Thomas Miss Jane, dress maker, h 509 n Greene 

Thomas Jim, col, lab, Moore al 

Thomas Miss Mary, h 509 n Greene 

Thomas Miss Mary F, dress maker, h 509 n Greene 

Thomas J W, Thomas Bros, h 427 Walker ave 

Thomas J W, carpenter h 119 s Davie 

• fill*" 



Ross' Old Stand, Near the Depot, 

Feed, Livery and Sale Stables. 

Carriage and Baggage Wagon Meet all Trains. 

Special Attention Given to Parties, 
Weddings and Funerals. 

113 DEPOT STREET, 

GREENSBORO, ft. 0. 

Drv Goods, Clothing,/?! \\f\ 1 1 A vmfi ol A lIats > Ca P s and Gent's 
Boots and Shoes. ***' " *«• **■» UiUtJIU Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 




"lVTrm OTT SECURELY LOANED at 8 per. cent on the best City 
JLYLvJ LXXJ jf and Country property. See the attractive list of property 
we offer for sale. YATES BROS., Real Estate Agents. Opp. Benbow House. 

GEEENSBOEO DIKECTORY. * 107 

Thomas Rankin, clerk, h 119 s Davie 
Thomas R T, R T Thomas & Bro, h 119 s Davie 
Thomas R T & Bro, grocer, 119 s Davie 
Thomas Sallie, wks knitting mills, h 119 s Davie 
Thomas Samuel, col, drayman, h Morehead 
Thomas W H, pressman, h cor Greene and Schenck 
Thomas William, printer, h 509 n Greene 
Thomas Willis, clerk, h 119 s Davie 
Thompson Hilliard, col trucker, h e Washington 
Thompson Lemuel, shoemaker, Lewis, h Ash 
Thompson Miss Mattie, h Ash 
Thorn burg Kura, h 5 24 J s Elm 

Thornlow S W, wines and liquors, grocer and restaurant, 
346 s Elm, h 330J s Elm 

■nTjr^Tr^r' "D A "DTT^7" * n a ^ * ts branches. Alderman, 
JT H\J ± KJ VJTX\;X\.Jr £1 X 106J S. ElmSt. Greensboro, N. C. 

Thornton Charles, clerk, h Asheboro S G 

Thornton Frank J, h Asheboro 

Thornton Harry, clerk, h Asheboro 

Thornton J J, watchmaker and jeweler, 114 s Elm, h Ashe- 
boro 

Tidball Mrs Rev W B, h 200 s Spring 

Tipton Capt J C, associate editor The Greensboro Patriot, h 
Asheboro S G 

Tomlinson James E, mang for J B Field, h 210 w Wash- 
ington 

Tomlinson Prof Julius L, supt Graded school, h 314 n Davie 

Tompkins John, jr, printer, h314 Walker av 

TATE BROTHERS, 

Wh.olej£de | Retail ©fu^i^, 

Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Spices, Patent Medicines, Tobacco, 

Cigars, and Druggists Sundries. Can Sell You the 

BEST Goods at the Very LOWEST Prices. 

GLENN'S OLD STAND. 108 SOUTH ELM ST., 

aREBNSBORO, 5xf. O. 
THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. ^^g^&S 16 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & o., p 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



108 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTOKY. 

Tompkins John, carpenter,, h 314 Walker av 

Toombs Miss Abbie, knitter, h Lewis 

Townes Jordan, col, trucker, h 119 n Gilmer 

Townes Martha, col, dom, h 311 Asheboro 

Tracy Charles, col, lab, h e Market 

Trogdon Frank, com traveler, h 404 w Market 

Trogdon Samuel L, cashier The Peoples Five Cents Savings 

Bank, also Insurance Agent, 115 s Elm, h 203 n Davie 
Troy Miss Alia B, h Mendenhall av 
Trotter Miss Mary, h 110 Ash 
Trotter Rufus, col, stableman, r 115 8 Davie 
Trotter Wm D, genl mdse,118 e Market, h 110 Ash 
Tucker Miss Callie, saleslady, h 219 e Market 
Tucker E R, clerk, h 108 n Davie 



INSURANCfiON 

ally with O. W. CARR & CO. 233KSouth 



Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
alty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233>fSouth Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C 



Tucker John, col, lab, h Warnersville 
Tullock Robert, painter, h Lewis 
Turner Eli, col, restaurant, 230 s Davie, r do 
Turner J M, carpenter, bds 301 s Elm 
Turner Levi, col, lab, r 230 s Davie 
Turner Miss Lizzie, h 220 w Gaston 
Turner Mary, col, washer, h 107^ w Gaston 
Turner Samuel, col, lab, h 107J w Gaston 
Turner W H, plaster, h 220 w Gaston 
Turner William, printer, h 213 e Market 
Turner Wm, col, porter, h 
Tye B F, carpenter, h Asheboro 

S. W. THORNLOW, 

Dealer in All Kinds of 

Fine Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Gigars, 

FANCY GROCERIES, &C. 

ioi gold mm 01 draught. 

RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. 

NO 346 SOUTH ELM STREET, BASLETS OLD STAND, 

All the novelties in £% \\T\]\ A vrrkfiolrl Al1 Goods 
Ladies Dress Goods"' »» 1H -cvl IUllt?lU Warrented. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



-Jt~ 



Qs^THE GREAT FOUR TRACKS-" 





Is the only Line in America with 



FOUR COMPLETE TRACKS 

Fur a Distance of over Three Hundred Miles, two of which are used exclu- 
sively for Passenger Trains, thereby ensuing 

SAFETY, FAST TIME AND PUNCTUAL SERVICE. 

The New Vestibulkd Limited now in service between New York and Chicago, 
v ia the N. Y. Central and Lake Shore Route, is composed of Vestibuled Cars so 
perfect in all appointments, so replete with comforts, luxuries and novelties, that 
it seems almost impossible to do more in the w«y of car construction than, has 
been accomplished. A library, i>"th room, barbershop, steam heat, and new 
system of ventilation are the novel features. 



THE 



Niagara Falls 

ROUTE 



Is over the N. Y. 
Central in connec- 
tion with the Mich- 
igan Central Rail- 
road. Fast Express 
Trains by the New 
York Central cross 
the celebrated Can- 
tilever Bridge at Ni- 
agara Falls, stops 
ten minutes at the 
verge of the great 
Cataract and speed 
on to Detroit and 
Chicago for 
points West and 
Northwest. 




Highlands of the Hudson. 

FAST EXPRESS TRAINS 

With magnificently appointed Drawing Room and Sleeping Cars run 
through from NEW YORK to BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, 
CLEVELAND, DETROIT, CHICAGO, CINCINNATI! and ST. 
LOUIS, with direct connections for all points North, West, North- 
west and Southwest. 

All trains arrive at and depart from GRAND CENTRAL STA- 
TION, Fourth Ave, and Forty-second St., NEW YORK. Largest 
and finest Passenger station in America and the only one in the city 
of New York. For time tables see New York daily papers. 

GEORGE H. DANIELS, 

~ r ' ■ Agent, 



OHNM. TOUCEY, 

Gen'l Superintend, 



D iedmont Air - Line. 



RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. R. CO. 

THE SHORT AND DIRECT LINE 

WASHINGTON, D, C. 

RICHMOND, VA. 
TO ATLANTA AND BIRMINGHAM, 



PASSING THROUGH THE CITIES OF 
ALEXANDRIA, CHARLOTTESVILLE, LYNCHBURG, DAN- 
VILLE, REIDSVILLE, GREENSBORO, SALISBURY, 
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA, AUGUSTA, RAL- 
EIGH, DURHAM, GOLDSBORO, SPARTANSBURG, GREEN- 
VILLE, SENECA, GAINSVILLE AND ATHENS. 

TO THE SOUTH & SOUTHWEST, 

MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS, SHREVEPORT, 
TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA. 



The Great Passenger and Frieght Line of the South, with Unsur- 
passed 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., 

t> „ -,7. INGTON. D. C Vf* "f TON. Tt C 



f^YMOX© & POW^IJo Allkinds ofLadies weai ' in * 



♦ 



apparel a Specialty. 
233 South Elm Street. 



GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 109 

Tye Miss Maggie, knitter, h Asheboro 

Tye Miss Sue, house keeper, h Arlington 

Tye W M, moulder, h Asheboro 

Tyler Mrs R W, vvid, h Mendenhall av 

Underwood James, lab, h 330J sElm 

Unthank Harmon, col, carpenter, h Warnersville 

Valts Anthony, vegetables, h Asheboro 

^anderbilt Edward, knitter, h 310 Asheboro 
S Vanstory C M, mang for F Fishblate, h n Elm 

Vanstory Charles, col, porter, h 238 e Sycamore 

Vanstory C P, livery, feed and sale stables, 114, 116 and 118 
8 Davie, h 208 e Market 

Vanstory Peter, col, lab, h 239 n Greene 

Vanstory Peter, col, butler, h 238 e Sycamore 

Vanstory Kobert, col, porter, h e Market 

Vaughn J D, shoemaker, h 330 \ s Elm 

Vaughn James W, Vaughn & Padgett, h 202 s Greene 

Va^lm & Padgett, meats, fish, etc, 1 city Market 
^Vaughn Robert G, bank clerk, r 119| s Elm 

Vauss Julia, col, washer, h 132 s Gilmer 

SAMUEL L. TRO&DON, INSURANCE. savF jg 

Vernon A T, restaurant, also baggage master, 400 s Elm, h 
214 Buchanan 

Vernon George, clerk at depot, h Lee 

Vernon, Mrs L A, boarding, h 210 Ash 

Vernon R L, supt freight depot, R & D R R, h 346 Asheboro 

Vincent Thomas, col, waiter, h 108 s Forbes 

Vincent Win, car inspector, h 216 Mebane 

Vuncanon & Co, general merchandise, 524 and 526 s Elm 

Vuncanon Miss Ellen, h Asheboro 

Vuncanon M, Vuncanon & Co, h Bilbro, outside limits 

"Waddell Charles, porter, h 205 n Forbes 

Wade Hannah, col, cook, h Asheboro 

Wagner John, carpenter, h e Market 

Wagstaff, George, driver, h 247 e Sycamore 

Wakefield George, flagman, h 339 Ash 

Wakefield Hardware Co, H Wakefield sr,pres, W II Wake- 
field manager, 229 s Elm 

Wakefield Henry jr, clerk, h 231 e Washington 

Wakefield H Sr, pres Wakefield Hardware Ov h Friendship 
NC 

Wakefield Miss Jane, h 358 Ash 



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"RTTV TTJT? DT?MT\Tr , TAM New Model Gun tor the best shooting erunon 
DUi I HE H riMllUT lUll the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go, *$££!? £&«, 

Greensboro, N. C. 



110 



GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Wakefield Dr W H, physician and surgeon, also manager 

Wakefield Hardware Co, h Asheboro S G 
Walker A L, manager lumber } r ard, h 316 e Market 
Walker Miss E, bookkeeper, bds s Elm 
Walker Mang, col, express deliverer, h Warnersville 
Walker Millie, col, cook, h 605 w Market 
Walker Stephen, col, shifter, h 307 Percy 
Walsh James H, train master, bds Benbow House 
Walters J M, carpenter, h 220 Mebane 
Walters Miss Lou, h 220 Mebane 
Wamble G H, col, brakeman, h 320 Percy 
Ward G W, pharmacist, r 302 s Elm 
Ware Sam, col, lab, h 513 Lindsey 
Ware Thomas, col, trucker, h Washington 

OW PARR R/ C(\ Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
■ Ui l/ftnn OC vUij (jiass Foreign and American Companies Represented. 233>£ 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Warron Bettie, wid, 116| e Market 
Washington Harriet, col, washer, h 301 e Market 
Watkins C R, yardman, R & D R R, h Bragg 
Watkins Miss J B, h 433 w Sycamore 
Watkins Letitia, col, dom, h 442 w Market 
Watkins Martha, col, h 443 Lindsey Wood 
Watkins Susie, col, washer, h 443 Lindsey Wood 
Watlington Arney, col, lab, h 110 s Davie 
Watlington Mrs E C, boarding, 356 s Elm, nr 11 R 
Watlington, H J. clerk, bds 213 s Elm 
Watson John, col, lab, h 615 e Market 
Watson John, clerk, h 808 e Market 



VUNCANON & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, 

Shoes, Bacon, Flour, 

All kinds of Groceries, Can- 
ned Goods, Tobacco, Snuff, 
Cisrars,and Gen'l Feed Store. 
We guarantee to sell as low as 
any house in the city— Terms 
cash. Free delivery. * 

524 & 526 South Elm St. 
^feensWo, ]\f. C. 

Largest Stock, C\ Y\7il 1 A -nrYi-fi^lrl Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.VT. \> 11J iiLlLUUeia FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 




i-|'/-\Y» Qq1c% The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
-f UX Odlt7. around Greensboro, N.C. Call on us. YEATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. Ill 

Watson Julia, col, h McAdoo al 

Watson Lucy, col, cook, h McAdoo al 

Watson Mary, col, nurse, h 615 e Market 

Watson W J, carpenter, h 302 n Davie 

Waynick J W, bottler, h s Elm 
. Weatherly Miss Alice, milliner, h n Davie 
'Weatherly Andrew, clerk, h 120 Ash 

Weatherly Edw, col, lab, h Warnersville 
'Weatherly John jr, clerk, h 119 n Davie 

^Weatherly John, policeman, h 119 n Davie 

Weatherly Miss Mamie R, h 119 n Davie 

Weatherly Mrs N C, C C Gorrell & Co, h 202 Ash 

Weatherspoon W S, printer, h Asheboro 

Weaver Miss Carrie, h 317 n Greene 

Weaver Mrs P D, Smith & Weaver, h 317 n Greene 

Weaver R W, compositor, h 317 Greene 

Webster John, col, lab, h Ash 

Weinstein H, clothing, etc, 358 s Elm, h do 

Welker W B, carpenter, h Vance 
, West James H, engineer, h 209 Cedar 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106£ S. Elm St. 

West Mrs L H, baker and confectioner, 114 w Market, h 209 

Cedar 
Western Union Telegraph Co, S A Howard, mang, 114 s 

Elm 
Wharton Alice, col, h 419 Chestnut 
Wharton Andy, col, lineman, h East 
Wharton Ann, col, h 600 e Market 
Wharton Belle, col, dom,h 406 Church 
Wharton Bettie, col, dom,h 346 Asheboro 
Wharton Ceaser, col, h 301 e Market 
Wharton Miss E J, h Pierson 

Wharton E P, E P Wharton & Co, h Pierson bey limits 
Wharton E F & Co, real estate, 110 s Elm 
Wharton Frank, col, h 512 e Washington 
Wharton Gaston, col, blacksmith, h 419 Chestnut 
.Wharton H W, clerk, h outside limits 
Wharton Henry, col, h 233 e Sycamore 
Wharton, Jackson & Co, ice manufacturers and dealers, R 

R King, pres, J S Barnes, secty and treas, 115 Buchanan, 

north of freight depot 
Wharton John, col, h 301 e Market 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS $^ n £& l & n .^£&Wg 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



112 GEEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 



Wharton J C, E P Wharton & Co, h Pierson bey limits 

Wharton J R, County Supt, 105 n Elm, h n Elm bey limits 

Wharton John W, Wharton & Stratford, h 433 w Sycamore 

Wharton Miss L R, h Pierson 

Wharton Lula, col, dom, h 411 Church 

Wharton Miss Mattie,tailoress, h 215 e Market 

Wharton Milly,col, cook, h 301 e Market 

Wharton Milly, col, h612 Lindsey 

Wharton Nelson, col, lab, h GOO e Market 

Wharton & Stratford, lime, cement, plaster, etc, 324 e Elm 

Wharton WD, Wharton, Jackson & Co, h outside limits 

Wheeler Charles P, carpenter, h 309 n Forbes 

Wheeler 1) L, lab, h s Elm 

Wheeler J 13, carpenter, h 309 n Forbes 

OW PARR Rf Pft A " Classes of insurable property written at most favorable rates. 
■ Hi UJtftn U \J\}> Farmers, Physicians, Mechanics, Manufacturers. Miners, Millers, 
Merchants and all sound, honest men, should insure against Accident, Fire, Death 

Wheeler J H, clerk, h 234 Belle Meade av 
Wheeler J K, clerk, h 234 Belle Meade av 
Wheeler Oliver, farmer, r 101£ Ct House sq 
Wheeler Mrs Phebe, wid, h s Elm 
White A B, h 322 Asheboro 
White Miss Annie C, h 316 Lindsey 
White Christopher, col, lather, h 207 Percy 
White Dock, lapper, h 618 e Market 
White Eliza, col, cook, h 225 e Sycamore 
White George W, com traveler, h 305 Edgeworth 
White I W, clerk, h 323 n Greene 
White J Bynum, P O clerk, h 316 Lindsey 

Wharton, Jackson & Go., 

ICE MANUFACTURERS, 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ICE DEALERS 

> 

115 BUCHANAN ST., 

NORTH OF FREIGHT DEPOT, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Carpets and Oilcloths/?! TKT\ 1 1 A V1TI fi ol rl Lowest prices, largest 
All designs and styles^-* • " 11J - - CL1 Lllllt/lU. stoc k j n Greensboro 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 




ifeiop & f ) ow^r<i < , Allk 1 ;p^e i , a L spSaC ring 

233 South Elm Street. 

GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 113 

White J D, Postmaster, h 316 Lindsey 
White James, tinner, h Asheboro 
White Lee, col, lab, h East 
White Miss Martha, h 300 Chestnut 
•White Miss Mary, tailoress, h 300 Chestnut 
White Miss May E, h 316 Lindsey 
White W, moulder, h Julin 

White Robert G, photographer, 108 J w Market, h 316 Lind- 
sey 
White Sam, col, teamster, h Vance 
White Thomas A, h 300 Chetsnut 
White W H, wood worker, h Bragg 
Whites Ephriam, col, brick layer, h 505 Lindsey 
Whites Jennie, col, h 225 e Sycamore 

SAMUEL L. TROfiDON, INSURANCE. savS ce ^ank. 

Whites John, col, school teacher, h 505 Lindsey 
Whites Moses, col, brick layer, h e Market 
Whites Will, col, waiter, h Warnersville 
Whitfield Oscar N, col, barber, h 243 Mebane 
Whitsett A T, bookkeeper, r 101J e Market 
^Whitsett Dr G W, dentist, 101J e Market, h 127 Church 
Whitt Miss Belle, reeler, h 200 Pierson 
Whitt J II, W E Bevil & Co, bds 100£ s Elm 
Whitt Miss Mary, spooler, h 200 Pierson 
Whitt Miss Nettie, spooler, h 200 Pierson 
Whitt Miss Susan, slubber, h 200 Pierson 
Whitt Miss Winnie, speeder, h 200 Pierson 

WHARTMl^STRATFORD, 

DEALERS X3ST 

LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, &C. 

TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY. 

GEEENSBORO, N. C. 

TJTTV TUT? "DT?T\TT\Tr , TA\T New Model Gun lor the best shooting gun on 
JjU 1 111 Li UMV111Mj1U1>I the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWABECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton &O0, 1 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



114 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

Whittaker Miss Daisy B, h 216 Fayetteville 
"Whites Abram, col, brick layer, h 243 Percy 
Whittes Henry, col, mason, h East 
Whittington Charles, h 317 a Elm 
Whittington Joseph, h 217 e Sycacmore 
Wittington Mrs L G, wid, h 317 s Elm 
Whittington MA, policeman, h 327 Asheboro 
Whittington Miss Mary L, h 327 Asheboro 
Whittington Miss Mattie, dbm, h 320 n Greene 
Whittington R C, h 317 s Elm 

AVhittington W F, genl repairer, 212 Market sq, h 217 e Syc- 
amore 
Witworth John, moulder, h Lewis 
Wild George, foreman, h 107 e Gaston 
Wilder Miss Emma, knitter, h 358J s Elm 
Wilder Miss M E, wid, h 358£ s Elm 
Wiley Sam, col, barber, h Warnersville 
Wiley Washington, carpenter, h Arlington 
Wilkins Heler, col, tob worker, r 230 s Davie 
Wiley J W, painter, bds 335 s Elm 
Williams Henry, col, lab, h East 



I AQQFQ II H TITQTFn ana Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr & 
LUOOLO AUJUD 1 UU Co., 233>£ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Williams Rev Henry, col, pastor Zion Church, h East 
Williams Dr J M, physician and surgeon, h 235 e Washington 
Williams Jacob, col, lab, h Lindsey bey limits 
Williams James, col, grocer, Warnersville 
AVilliams John II, clerk, h 235 e Washington 
Williams Mattie, h Morehead 
Williams Pies, col, tob worker, h 213 s Elm 
Williams S G, floor manager, bds 217 w Market 
Williams Zash, col, trucker, h Warnersville 
Willis II H, carpenter, h 403 w Market 
Willis Miss Orpha, h 403 w Market 
Willis T J, Oak Hill feed mill, h 423 e Washington 
Wills Joseph N", clerk, h Julin 
Wills Rev R II, clergyman, h Julin 
Wills Richard T, clerk, h Julin 
Wilson Agnes J, h 112 e Market 
Wilson Clinton, inventor, h Asheboro 
Wilson Delia, col, h Lindsey bey limits 

Wilson Miss Helen M, milliner, dry goods, notions, etc, 110 
w Market, h 112 e Market 

Pry Goods, Clothins,Q. \\f\ 1 1 A *»m fi ol rl Hats « Ca P s and Gent's 
Boots and Shoes. «• > V 111 111 LllilblU Furnishings. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



TT1 -» Q- "1 ~^ The best property, improved and unimproved, in and 
J? UL OdltJ. around Greensboro, N.C. Callonus. YEATES BROS, 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Opposite Benbow House, South Elm Street. 

GKEENSBORO DIRECTORY. 115 

Wilson Jane, col, h 224 Mebane 
/Wilson John N, atty-at-law, 100 n Elm, h Mendenhall av 

Wilson Lucinda, col, dom,h Lindsey bey limits 

Wilson Miss Martha D, h 112 e Market 

Wilson Mrs N H D, wid, h Mendenhall av 

Wilson Miss Rusie, h Mendenhall av 

Wilson Wm, lab, h 511J s Elm 

Wilson Wm, col, lab, h 200 n Gilmer 

Winchester Ham, col, student, h 600 e Market 

Winchester Mary, col, dom, h 354 Church 

Winifree J L, brick maker, h Jonesboro 
OWinningham J L, wood worker, h Pierson 

Winningham W H, carpenter, h Arlington 

Winstead J M, cashier Piedmont Bank and pres The Peoples 
Five Cents Savings Bank, h 404 w Market 

Wishart J J, barber, 123 s Elm,h 235 Belle Meade av 

Wolf Miss Annie, h 308 n Forbes 

Wolf John, carpenter, h 308 n Forbes 

Wolf John, contractor, h 308 n Forbes 

Wolf Miss Mary, h 308 n Forbes 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106J S. Elm St. 

Wolf Wm, knitter, h 308 n Forbes 

Wood Arthur, h Asheboro 

Woods Mrs Eliza A, wid, h 524J s Elm 

Wood L W, barber, s Elm, h 243 Mebane 

Woodard W R, J M Hendrix & Co, h Coopers, N C 

Wood burn Miss Dora, dress maker, h Julin 

Woodburn John, lab, r 116^ w Market 

Wooden Wm, col, restaurant, 200 w Market, h do 

Wooding Lizzie, col, restaurant, h 200 w Market 

Woods L W, barber, 120 s Elm, h 243 Mebane 

Woods Mrs Martha, wid, h 217 e Sycamore 

Woodson P L, printer, bds 301 s Elm 

Woodroffe Miss Annie, h entrance 407 Walker av 

Woodroffe Frank, h entrance 407 Walker av 

Woodroffe George, with Thos Woodrotfe, h entrance 407 

Walker av 
Woodroffe Miss Mary, h entrance 407 Walker av 
Woodroffe Thomas, jr, with Thomas Woodroffe, h entrance 
X 407 Walker av 
• Woodroffe Thomas, contractor and builder, pres Greensboro 

Brick and Tiling Co, also supt Mt Airy Granite Co, 301 

Walker av,h entrance 407 Walker av 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS fe^^I'S^s^fiK? 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. Wharton &0o., f 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



116 GEEENSBOEO DIRECTORY. 

Woodroffe William, with Thomas WoodrofFe, h entrance 

407 Walker av 
Wooten Charles, tobacconist, h Asheboro 
Wooten Miss Ora, h Asheboro 
Wooters J T, machinist, h Asheboro 
Worth T C, pres Greensboro Cotton Mills, h Asheboro cor 

- Lee, S G 
Wright Mrs Annie, wicl, h 227 n Elm 
Wright Clement G, Gilmer & Wright, h 227 n Elm 
Wright I) K, engineer, r 377 s Davie 
Wright George, yard master, h 346 Ash 
Wright Jesse, col, trucker, h 245 e Gaston 

iTVT CTTD A NT /"* ._? r\ M Cotton and Woolen Mills, Tobacco Facto- 
IN OUKn INL-ti KJ IN ries, Wood Workers, Quartz Mills a Speci- 
ty with O. W. CARR & CO. 233% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

"Wright Louis, col, waiter, h 204 s Forbes 
Wright Magg, col, washer, h 110 n Forbes 
Wright Milly, col, washer, h East 
Wright Nathaniel, col, lab, h Market 

THOMAS WOQDBQf H, 

BUILDER m CONTRACTOR, 

301 WALKER AVENUE, GKEENSB0R0, N. C. 

Building Materials, Lumber, Moulnings, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

and all Shop Work. Agent for Carson's Lime, 

Portland and American Cements. 

GLOBE IRON ROOFING, 

H. W. Johns Paints and Special Goods, and Asbestos Roofing. 

Champion Iron Co's Fences, Yanes, Cresfings, &c. 

Also Cast Iron Roof Guttering. 

Will Last as Long as the Building. Far Superior to Tin. 
First Cost not much more than for tin, and cheaper in the 
end. Is made in several sizes, is easily put in place. Looks 
handsome and is never out of repair. 

All the novelties in (X Will Avmfiolrl A11 Goods 

Ladies Dress GoodsA-^- » Y lil ^ L1 lUllt?lU Warren ted. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



f^YMOjV© & f owto'g "SSi 



Goods Arcade" in 
National Bank Building. 
233 South Elm Street. 

GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 117 

Wyrrick John, jailer, h Jonesbor 
Wyrrick Miss Martha, spooler, h 706 e Market 
Wyrrick Robert, moulder, h 215 e Gaston 
Yancey D B, col, meats, 2 City Market 
Yates Brothers, real estate agents, 127 s Elm 
Yates Charity, col, washer, h 448 Lindsey Wood 
Yates Charles D, Yates Bros, h 335 Church 
Yates Geo B, Yates & James, h 321 Church 
Yates & James, blacksmiths, 113 e Sycamore 
. Yates James F, mfr of tinware, 127 s Elm, h 113 Church 
Yates J H, bar clerk, h 209 e Market 
Yates Loula, col, washer, h 448 Lindsey Wood 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Yates Mrs M E, wid, h 335 Church 
Yates Miss Maggie, h 335 Church 
. Yates Miss Mary, h 209 e Market 
Yates Peter P, Yates Bros, h 335 Church 
Yates Win, col, tinner, h 419 Lindsey 
York Alfred, carpenter, h Arlington 
York Newlin, h Arlington 
Young Joe, col, h 320 n Gilmer 
Young Men's Christian Association, F H Cota, genl secty, 

Serviec every Sunday 5:30 p m, 233i s Elm 
Zeigler Emma, col, h 208 s Forbes 
Zeigler Rev Walter, col, pastor Meth Church, h 208 s Forbes 



THIS DIRECTORY 

Will be Published as the Demand Requires, 

For all information concerning the same 

Address the Publishers, 

E. P. TURNER & CO., 

217 Elm St., Yonkers, N. C. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE COM PANY. gffi-cS?. 

plete line of Builders Hardwarde in Greensboro, 229 South Elm Street, 




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GREENSBORO 

COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 

—EMBRACING— 

A Classified List of all Professions, Manufacturers, Trades, 
and Pursuits in the City of Greensboro, each Clas- 
sification Alphabetically Arranged, thus Ex- 
hibiting Full Address and Special Business 
of Her Citizens. 



For individual names of members composing firms, residences, 
etc., see General Directory. 

ARTISTS. 

Long Miss Elinor, 127 Church 
Sampson Miss Hattie, Asheboro 

Attorneys and Counselors at Law. 

/BALL ¥M S, Court House sq ^ 

Barringer John A, 113 Court House sq 0?P&Q£. -frpp T 

Boyd James E, 119i 8 Elm <*/ * 

By n urn W P, jr. 106 Court House sq ^^CAX^ 

DilMfd & King,iOOJ n Elm /,, 

i DOUGLAS ROBERT M, 115 s Elm "**** A4/tA ^ ^^ 

FORBIS JAMES W, 102 n Elm /f i, 3 

GILMER & WRIGHT, 108 n Elm 
Keogh Thomas B, 102 Court sq 
Michaux John S, 106 Court House sq 
MOREHEAD J T, 100 n Elm 
SCALES & SCALES, 119J s Elm 

GOV. A. M. SCALES. W. N. SCALES. 

SCALES & SCALES, 
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW, 

119 1-2 SOUTH ELM ST., GREENSBORO, N. G 

Practice in the State and Federal Courts. 

CLAIMS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO.^K^ve'l&r 

pany's Stoves and Ranges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go, ' 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



120 GREENSBORO DIRECTORY. 

SCOTT LEVI M, 111 Court House eq 

SHARPE B C, 100 Court eq 

SHUT B, 109 Court sq , 

Wilson John N, 100 n Elm \JtUf poAT-nt-r- ) 

Bakery. 
Shelton T S, 360 s Elm 
Thorn J E, 117 e Market 
West Mrs L H, 114 w Market 

Banks. 
BANK OF GUILFORD, 212 s Elm 
NATIONAL BANK OF GREENSBORO, 235 a Elm 
PEOPLES FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK, 115 s Elm 
PIEDMONT BANK, 119 s Elm 

OW PARR Rf fft Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only First- 
■ H i l/Aftn OC UU.) class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 2ii% 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. . 

Barbers. 

Emerson J W, col, 125 s Elm 
Hicks C II, col, 125 s Elm 
Johnson J D, col, 203 s Elm 
Payne & Graham, col, 309 s Elm 
Smith S M, col, 207 e Sycamore 
Wishart J J, 123 s Elm 
Woods L W, 120 s Elm 

Bill Poster. 
Bogart W F, 210 w Market 

Blacksmiths. 

CORL D W, 215 e Sycamore 
Goyle Calvin, col, 218 e Sycamore 
LEWIS J & C, 109 and 111 Lewis 
Moore John, 517 s Elm 
Morehead Quinnie, col, 209 n Greene 
Yates & James, 113 e Sycamore 

Boarding Houses. 

Cator Mrs Annie, 127 Church 
Crump Mrs M C, 321 Gorrell 
Causey W P, 310 Asheboro 
Dilworth Mrs S W, 116£ w Market 
Hackney & Murchison, 124 Buchanan 
Hardin Mrs J A, 335 s Elm 
Mendenhall Mrs J, 302 s Elm 

Largest Stock, f± \TTi11 A vi-nfi/jlrl Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.^' V> 11J ^i I llllltJlU FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



yimTjiq "DDnO REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
I a. 1 JjU Dill) u. | hands, if you wan t it sold or rented. If you want to pur- 
chase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House. 

GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 121 

Moore Mrs R, 301 s Elm 
Poe Mrs W B, 215 s Davie 
Pugh Mrs Kate E, 217 w Market 
Rees Mrs L A, 100J s Elm 
Sapp Mrs W G, 203 w Market 
WATLINGTON MRS E C, 356 s Elm 
Vernon Mrs L A, 210 Ash 

Bonded Auctioneer. 

PEARCE J R, 120 e Market 

Books and Stationery. 

DIKE BOOK CO, 116 s Elm 
Greensboro Book Store, 124 s Elm 

Boots and Shoes. 

ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 238 s Elm 

Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 s Elm 

HARRIS J II, 217 s Elm 

Hines H L, 216 s Elm 

Johnson & Dorsett, 210 s Elm 

Laskey M, 330 s Elm 

Morris & Co, 318 s Elm 

DTTr\Tr^P T? A TDTT"V in a11 its branches. Alderman, 
ril \J JL \J UTXl/XX IT JO. X 106£ S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. 

Murray W R, 214 s Elm 
Pretzfelder & Co, 206 and 208 s Elm 
Royster G H, 112 s Elm 
Vuncanon & Co, 524 and 526 s Elm 
Weinstein H, 358 s Elm 

Brewing Co. 
ROBERT PORTNER BREWING CO, 119 Buchanan 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Dean James, col, Washington nr r r 

GREENSBORO BRICK AND TILING CO, 301 Walker ave 

Cabinet Makers. 

Collins William, 120 s Davie 
Gullett C L, 102 n Davie 
McNeill W H, col, 204 Market sq 
Whittington W F, 212 Market sq 

Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 238 s Elm 
Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 s Elm 
Pretzfelder & Co, 206 and 208 s Elm 
RAYMOND & POWELL, 233 s Elm 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. aMSW, 

also Longman & Martinez, Ready Mixed Paints. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton feOo,, 1 



110 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



122 GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers. 

HARRIS JOHN H, 217 s Elm 

ROSS L F, 115 Depot 

WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO, 229 s Elm 

Carriage and Wagon Manufacturer. 

Ledford George, 206 Market aq 

Cigar Manufacturer. 
BASTINE W E, 113 s Elm 

Civil and Sanitary Engineer. 
LAND WILLIAM A, 119| s Elm 

Clothing. 
ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 ank 238 s Elm 
Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 s Elm 
FISHBLATE F, 230 a Elm 
Hines II L, 216 s Elm 
Laskey, M 330 s Elm 
Pretzfelder & Co, 206 and 208 s Elm 
Weinstein H, 358 s Elm 



PROMPT PAYMENTS S^RSK. 



2&3>£ South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Coal and Wood. 

FIELD J B, 110 Depot 

Confectionery. 
Caldcleugh E M & Bro, 219 s Elm 
EDWARDS MRS M A, 113 w Market 
Pearce F, 366 s Elm 
Shelton T S, 360 s Elm 
SM1THDEAL L A, 112 w Market 
West Mrs L H, 114 w Market 

Contractors and Builders. 

KING W W, 106 s Davie 
WOODROFFE THOMAS, 301 Walker ave 
Wolff John, 308 n Forbes 
BAIN W C, 209 and 211 Lewis 

Corn Mills. 
Oak Hill Mills, Railroad nr s Elm 

Cotton Mills. 
CROWN MILLS, 701 e Washington 
Greensboro Cotton Mills, s Elm bey limits 

All the novelties in f\ Will Avmfiolrl AU Goods 

Ladies Dress Goods. V" '» HI Xkl IIJUWIU Warranted. 

236 and 23S South Elm Street. 



f^YMOK© & f ) OVVf5l<I</ llk lppL i f a L S P tL,r ring 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO COMMEECIAL DIRECTORY. 123 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Caldcleugh E M & Bro, 219 s Elm 
Chichester Bros, 104 s Elm 

Dentists. 

Griffith J W, 113| s Elm 

ROWE WALTER W, 101 J e Market 

"Whitsett Dr G W, 101£ e Market 

Dress Makers. 

Boner Miss Laura, 220 Eugene 
Buchanan Miss Mary, 507 e Market 
Dilworth Mrs S W, 116J w Market 
Gibson Miss Annie, 424 e Washington 
Graham Mrs Mary, 424 e Washington 
Kersey Miss Alice, Ash 
Landreth Miss Minnie, e Market 
Mayo Miss Minnie, 224 e Market 
Parker Miss Mary G, 119 w Market 
RAYMOND & POWELL, 233 s Elm 
Smothers Mrs Bessie, 701 e Market 
Stovall Miss M J, Spring 

SAMUEL L. TROMON, INSURANCE. savF g» 

Terry Miss Nannie, 218 Belle Meade av 
Thomas Miss Jane, 509 n Greene 
Woodburn Miss Dora, Julin 

Druggists. 

CAELUM DRUG CO, THE, 231 s Elm 
FITZSIMONS GEORGE, 100 s Elm 
HOLTON C E, 303 s Elm 
PORTER W C, 121 s Elm 
TATE BROS, 108 s Elm 

Dry Goods. 
ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 238 s Elm 
Bogart W B, 202 w Market 
Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 s Elm 
HENDRIX J M & CO, 221 sElm 
Hines H L 5 216 s Elm 
Johnson & Dorsett, 210 s Elm 
MOORE W S, 123 e Market 
MORRIS & CO, 318 s Elm 
Murray W R, 214 s Elm 

"RTTV TT7T7 D17MT\TPTA\T New Model Gun tor the best shooting gun on 
DV I I 11 Ej HrjlVlllUTlUiN the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Go., * 



1 10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



124 GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 

Pretzfelder & Co, 206 and 208 a Elm 
Racket Store, 228 s Elm 
RAYMOND & POWELL, 233 s Elm 
Royster G H, 112 a Elm 
SCOTT J W & CO, 240 and 242 a Elm 
VUNCANON & CO, 524 and 526 a Elm 
WILSON MISS II M, 110 w Market 

Ezpro33 Go. 
SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO, 328 a Elm 

Fancy Goods and Notions. 

ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 288 a Elm 
Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 a Elm 
DUDLEY A II, 508 a Elm 
Gorrell C C & Co, 109 w Market 
HENDRIX J M & CO, 221 a Elm 
Hines II L, 216 a Elm 
Johnson & Doraett, 210 a Elm 
MOORE W S, 123 e Market 
MORRIS & CO, 318 a Elm 
Murray W R, 214 s Elm 



1 nQQPQ An TITQTFn aQ d Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr «te 
LUOOLO A1W UD 1 Silt Co., 233% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

OMOHUNDRO MRS E & CO, 105 w Market 

Pitta J R& Co, 364 s Elm 

Racket Store Co, 228 a Elm 

Royester G IT, 112 a Elm 

WILSON MISS II M, 110 w Market 

Fish Dealers. 

Howell D, col, 8 City Market 
Vaughn & Padgett, 1 City Market 

Florist. 

Dodson S C, 327 e Market 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Eagle Foundry Co, 522 a Elm 

Glasscock G T, 214 a Lewia 

SERGEANT MFG CO, 328 e Washington 

Furniture. 
Forbis W R, 320 and 322 a Elm 
SMITH & WEAVER, 225 a Elm 

Dry Goods, Clothinc/H. Will A vmfiolrl ^ ats ' Ca l ,s antl Kent's 
Boots and Shoes. *■*• If tU XkltlUUJItt Furnishings. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



X/^ 4-/^c? T^y»/~vc« Opposite Benbow House. We are the oldest 
JL dUUb DiUb.) REAL ESTATE AGENTS in Greensboro, 
N. C. ESTABLISHED 1885. Come to see us. 

GKEENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 125 

Gas and Electric Light Co. 
GREENSBORO GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO, 103 w 

Market 

Gents Furnishing Goods. 

ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 238 s Elm 
Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 s Elm 
FISHBLATE F, 230 s Elm ' 
IIENDRIN J M & CO, 221 s Elm 
Hines II L, 216 s Elm 
Laskey M, 330 s Elm 
Weinstein H, 358 s Elm 

Granite Works. 
MT AIRY GRANITE CO, 301 Walker av 

Groceries and Provisions. 

ALBRIGHT J F, 100 n Davie 
Andrew W H, 201 s Davie 
Barker John, 108 w Market 
Bennett W P & Bro, 103 e Market 
Boseman J T, agt, 117 s Davie 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106.} S. Elm St. 

Brockman A J, 412 e Market 

Caldcleugh E M & Bro, 219 s Elm 

CLENDENIN & ALBRIGHT, 121 e Market 

DAVIS & MATTHEWS, Lewis bey limits 

Doughty Chas II, 226 s Elm 

GALLOWAY BROS, col, 124 s Davie 

GOLDSTON S J, col, 601 e Market 

HENDRLX E M & CO, 111 e Market 

HODGIN J F & CO, 511 s Elm 

Houston & Bro, 215 s Elm 

HUDSON S E, 510 s Elm 

Jeffreys J R, Ash 

Jones Jacob, col, 200 Market sq 

Keeling John L, 342 s Elm 

Keeling S P, 201 s Elm 

KIVETTW^S, 350 s Elm 

Landreth J W, 806 e Market 

LOGAN W M, 121 s Davie 

MASON J E, cor Warnersville rd and Ash 

Nicholson J M, 118 sElm 

O'CONNOR JOHN, 332 a Elm 

WHEN YOU WAFT PUMPS i^^S^S Sffi 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. Wharton & Go., R ,TJ£ ta ' 



South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



S. 



126 GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 

Pearce O F, 366 s Elm 
Phipps J II, Asheboro 
Pickard T M, 101 e Market 
Pugh J W, 219 Church 
Scarborough S W,218 w Market 
SCOTT J W & CO, 240 and 242 s Elm 
Scott W A, 122 e Market 
SMITHDEAL L A, 112 w Market 
Thomas RT & Bro, 119 s Davie 
THORNLO W S W, 346 s Elm 
Trotter W I). 118 e Market 
VUNCANON & CO, 524 and 526 s Elm 

Gun and Safe Repairer. 

Coleman J H, 104 Ct House sq 

Hall. 

Benbow Hall, 218 s Elm 

Handle Company. 

Shober F E & Co, 511 Ash 

OW PARR & TO Insurance, Accident, Fire, Life and Tornado. Only Firet- 
• it. Uftlui OC L/U.| class Foreign and American Companies Represented. 233% 
South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Harness Mf ' ts. 

HARRIS JOHN H, 217 s Elm 
SMITH & WEAVER, 225 s Elm 

Hardware Dealers. 

DIXON H W & CO, 223 s Elm 

ODELL HARDWARE CO. 323 and 325 s Elm 

WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO, 229 s Elm 

Hats and Caps. 

ARMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 238 s Elm 

Brown S S & Co, 232 and 234 s Elm 

FISHBLATE F, 230 s Elm 

Hines H L, 216 s Elm 

Johnson & Dorsett, 210 s Elm 

Laskey M, 330 s Elm 

MORRIS & CO, 318 s Elm 

Murray W R, 214 s Elm 

Pretzfelder & Co, 206 and 208 s Elm 

Royster G H, 112 s Elm 

Weinstein H, 358 s Elm 

Largest Stock, f^\ \U\\\ A -pm-ficLl Special inducement to 
Lowest Prices.^* V> ilJ 21 1 111I1«1U FARMERS. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



§SY jiiojffi & SKWJ&Uffl '1^Kk A S^f 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 127 

Hotels. 

Benbow House, 122 8 Elm 
McADOO HOUSE, 315 s Elm 

Ice Manufacturers. 

Greensboro lee Factory, on R & D R li nr s Elm 
WHARTON, JACKSON & CO, 115 Buchanan 
Insurance Agents. 

Adams S L, McAdoo House 
CARR W & CO, 233J s Elm 
Glenn Robert G, 110 s Elm 
GREGORY G H, 218 s Elm 
Land W R & Co, 305 s Elm 
TROGHON SAMUEL L, 115 s Elm 

Knitting Mills. 

GREENSBORO KNITTING CO, 516 and 518 s Elm 

Laundry. 

Sing Ying, 123 s Elm 

Lime, Cement, Etc. 

WHARTON & STRATFORD, 324 s Elm 

INSURANCE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. 

SAMUEL L. TROGDON, Agent. OFFICE IN SAVINGS BANK. 

Liniment Mfrs. 

Houston & Emmerson, 215 s Elm 

Livery Stables. 

HARDIN & TAYLOR, 348 s Elm 
TATUMHB, 113 Depot 
VANSTORY C P, 114 and 116 s Davie 

Lumber Dealers. 

GREENSBORO SASH & BLIND CO, 202 Lewis 
GUILFORD LUMBER MFG CO, 532 Ash 
LOVE WM, 506 Ash 
WOODROFEE THOMAS, 301 Walker av 

Machinery. 

BURGESS W R, 324 s Elm 
SMITH & WEAVER, 225 s Elm 

Marble Works. 

KNIGHT J W, 108 Court sq 
Robertson S C, 116 e Market 

THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. L \ n ic=^&e w K- he 

pany's Stoves and Kanges. 229 South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., V 



10 South Elm Street, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



128 GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 

Meat Dealers. 

Forsyth John, Asheboro 
Holden R J, Lewis 
Jones Will J, col, 4 City Market 
Sikes W & Son, 3 City Market 
Vaughn & Padgett, 1 City Market 
Yancy D B, 2 City Market 

Merchant Tailor. 
CARTLAND H H, 106 s Elm 

Millinery. 

ARxMFIELD G WILL, 236 and 238 s Elm 
Gorrell C C & Co, 109 w Market 
MOORE MRS W S, 123 e Market 
OMOHUNDRO MRS E & CO, 105 w Market 
WILSON MISS II M. 110 w Market 

M ini n ^Engineer. 

Anderson Thos F, 107J w Market 

Millstone Company. 

MORE COUNTY MILLSTONE CO, 324 s Elm, WR Burgess 
manager 

Our PARR H> f All Classes of insurable property written at most favorable rate6. 
■ H » UHmi OC UUi Farmers, Physicians, Mechanics, Manufacturers, Miners, Millers, 
Merchants and all sound, honest men, should insure against Accident, Fire, Death. 

Millwright. 

STINER CHARLES, 107| w Market 

Newspapers, 

Central Protestant, 224 s Elm 

DAILY AND WEEKLY PATRIOT, THE, 220 s Elm 

Daily Workman, The, 224 s Elm 

GREENSBORO NORTH STATE, 115 n Elm 

Painters. 

Brown R A, 508 w Washington 

Golden A J, 225 Mebane 

Greensboro Painting and Decorating Co, 111 Depot 

Sharp J F, 116 w Market 

Photographers. 

ALDERMAN S L, 106£ s Elm 
WHITE ROBT G, 108 J w Market 

Carpets and Oilcloths/21 W^ill A VTTTtIpIpI lowest prices, largest 

All designs and styles^-** "" - 111 *** III lit/ ILL stock in Greensboro. 

236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



"^7*o 4"£±a T5t»ao Opposite Benbovv House. We are the oldest 
X CLUWO DIUb.) REAL ESTATE AGENTS in Greensboro, 
N. C. ESTABLISHED 1885. Come to see us. 

GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 129 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Beall Dr W P, 100 Court sq 
Brodnax Dr J G, 207 w Market 
Glenn Dr Charles M, 234J s Elm 
Hughes Dr W H, col, 213 s Elm 
Marley Dr H B, Asheboro 
Richardson Dr W J, 121 s Elm 
SCHENCK DR D R, 110 n Elm 
Tate Dr R W, 106J s Elm 
Wakefield Dr W H, Asheboro 

Pianos and Organs. 

MOORE W S, 123 e Market 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 

Greer John, 107 w Market 
O'Sullivan E C & Bro, 329 s Elm 

Printers— Book and Job. 

Reece & Elam,222 sElm 
Thomas Bros, 204i s Elm 

ALDERMAN. Photographs made from the smallest picture to anysize. 
Life-size Photos, in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Oil, Etc. 106* S. Elm St. 

Schools and Colleges. 

BENNETT SEMINARY, e Washington 

Crocker Mrs Mary, Arlington 

GREENSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE, w Market outside 

limits 
Porter Miss Lina, 426 w Market 

Railroad Company. 

CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY RAILWAY, J A 
Gray president, J W Fry general manager, W E Kyle 
general freight and passenger agent, 377 s Davie 

Real Estate Agents. 

GREENSBORO SECURITY AND INVESTMENT CO, 111 

s Elm 
GREGORY GEORGE H, 218 s Elm 
Hagan & Co, 117 e Washington 
Land W R & Co, 305 s Elm 
SOUTH GREENSBORO INVESTMENT CO, W R Burgess 

secty and treas, 324 s Elm 
WHARTON E P & CO, 110 s Elm 
YATES RROS, 127 s Elm 

WHEN YOU WANT PUMPS SSM^l^cJff 'SffifflBSS? 

Greensboro, N. C. 



B. P. "Wharton & Go., R ??iIS»ee,, 

t Greensboro, N. C. 

130 GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 

Restaurants. 

Cansey Turner, col, 207 s Elm 
Harris Robert, col, 211 s Elm 
Howell Drury, col, 213 s Elm 
Jones Joseph, col, 101J Court sq 
Peters George, col, 515 s Elm 
Sloan & Black, col, 211 e Sycamore 
Turner Eli, col, 230 s Davie 
THORNLOW S W, 346 s Elm 
Wooden William, col, 200 w Market 
Vernon A T, 400 s Elm 

Sash, Door and Blind Manufacturers. 

GREENSBORO SASH BLIND CO, 202 Lewis 
GUILFORD LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO, 532 Ash 

Sash, Door and Blind Dealers. 

ODELL HARDWARE CO, 323 and 325 s Elm 
WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO, 229 s Elm 

Sewing- Machine Co. 

Singer Mfg Co, 126 s Elm 



I AQQFQ Jl n ITlQTPn and Promptly Paid on Insurance Placed through O. W. Carr <Sc 
LUODLD fllWUD 1 EiU Co., 233% South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



Shoemakers, 

Bane Alex, col, 203 Market sq 
Crittenden Richard, 100J n Davie 
Donnell John, col, 110 n Greene 
Doughty Chas H, 226 s Elm 
ED WELL J S, col, 118 e Sycamore 
Thompson Lemuel, Lewis 
Farrington J Q, 118 e Market 
Haves T S, 104 Ct House sq ■ 
HODGIN J'F & CO, 511 s Elm 
Marable Isaac, col, 603 e Washington 
MOORE A F, 506s Elm 

Steel and Iron Co. 

NORTH CAROLINA STEEL & IRON CO, 107 e Washington 

Stoves and Ranges.' 

DIXON H W & CO, 223 s Elm 

ODELL HARDWARE CO, 323 and 325 s Elm 

WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO, 229 s Elm 



^Boo^nd^e^'G. Will ArmfielcP^ 



Furnishings, 

236 and 23S South Elm Street. 



f{&YMO>[f> & Powsfcio Allk i^Lefa L s a pS.%: aring 



233 South Elm Street. 



GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 131 

Stove Mfrs. 

Eagle Foundry Co, 522 s Elm 

Glasscock G T, 214 s Lewis 

SERGEANT MFG CO, 328 e. Washington 

Tailors. 

Hughes J M, 206 s Davie 
Schooltield J H, 309 Church 

Taxidermist. 

Sampson Miss Hattie, Asheboro 

Telegraph Company. 

WESTERN UNION TELDGRAPH, 114 s Elm 

Tinsmiths. 

O'SULLIVAN E C & BRO, 329 s Elm 
YATES JAMES F, 127 s Elm 

SAMUEL L. TROGM, INSURANCE. savS ice gg 

Tinware Mfr. 

YATES JAMES F, 127 sElm 

Tobacco Leaf Dealers. 

Bevilt W E & Co, 215 and 229 Belle Meade av, and 313 n 

Greene 
COBB H W, 114 Fayetteville, and 226 Belle Meade av 
DAY W A, 364 § s Elm, and 106* Buchanan 
JORDAN J F & CO, 214 and 216 w Market 
Mitchell & Bogart, 208 w Market 
Patterson M C, 246 Belle Meade av 
Scott H L & Co, 122 n Elm 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 

Barker John, 114 n Greene 
King J L & Co, 221 Buchanan 
Pegram S J & Co, 209 Buchanan 

Tobacco Warehouses. 

Banner Warehouse, 210 w Market 
Farmers Warehouse, 241 n Greene 
New Star Warehouse, 212 s Davie 

Tobacco and Cigar Dealers. 

BASTINE W E, 113 s Elm 
Harrell S F, 362 s Elm 

UTTV TUT? DT7MT\Tr , TA\r New Model Gun for the best shooting gun on 
13 U 1 lllEi lirjirlliHTlUlM the market, for sale by THE WAKEFIELD 
HARDWARECO 229. South Elm Street. 



B. P. Wharton & Co., ■fil SSSS ffi~i 

Greensboro, N. C. 
132 GREENSBORO COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 

Undertakers. 

Collins William, 120 s Davie 

McNeill William H, col. 204 Market sq 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

Farrar W B, 102 s Elm 
Lamprnan Geo, 105 e Market 
SILER N J, 109 e Market 
Thornton J J, 114 a Elm 

Water Company. 

GREENSBORO WATER CO, D R Schenck pres, 110 n Elm 

Wines and Liquors. 

Fields F M, 368 s Elm 
JEFFREYS N A, 501 a Elm 
LOHMAN HERMANN, 311 a Elm 
McCAULEY S J, 408 a Elm 
NEWCOMB E G, 324 s Elm 
THORNLOW S W, 346 a Elm 

OW r ARR Rf P0 ^' Classes of insurable property written at most favorable rates. 
■ Hi urtnn (X l/Ui Farmers, Physicians, Mechanics, Manufacturers, Miners, Millers, 
Merchants and all sound, honest men, should insure against Accident, Fire, Death. 



HILLSDALE. 



Archer Wm Mallery Mrs Rebecca 

Barbee Lacy Miles Louis 

Blackburn James Morton Wm 

Boxbee George Pearson David 

Bradahaw Misa Eliza Pearson John 

Brown George Rail Davia 

Brown James II Richardson Wm 

Busick A I Smith John 

Busick Franklin Terry W A, post master 

Dillard R Underwood Wesley 

Florence George Warren Frank 

Johnson T L Warren Henry 

Lee Wm Weatherly Mrs Lizzie 

Lee W H Weatherly Robert 

Lewis Morris Whitworth C A 

Loyd Charles Wilson James 

Loyd Jesse Wilson Levi 
Winchester L C 

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Cerpets and Oilcloths/i Yyill A r«i-r»-fi pi /I Lowest prices, largest 

All designs and styles^** '' 1Ai ^* 11111 tJlU. stock in Greensboro. 
236 and 238 South Elm Street. 



yimTjiQ "PPflQ REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Put your property in our 
liiljJiJ DilUU., hands, if you want it sold orrented. If you want to pur- 
chase, be certain to see us before you invest. S. Elm St. Opp. Benbow House. 



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GUILFORD COLLEGE. 



Adams "Win 
Bal linger J F 
Batlinger M II 
BassR 
Boren A P 
Brown Eli 
Brown J W 
Cook J W 

Culbertson Jerry, col 
Cummins L G 
Davis Prof J F 
Doak J W 
Dobson A 
Dobson N 
DonnellWH, col 
Dundes John 
Edgerton J H 
Edwards B Y 



Lamb S C 
Lloyd B Y 
McCracken Alonzo 
McCracken J T 
Meekin Julius, col 
Mendenhall Dr Nereus 
Miller Wash, col 
Moore Major 
Parker J R 
Paschal Julius 
Peele Rev A 
Perisho Prof E C 
Petty D M 
Pitts John, col 
Rayl Henry 
Roberson Dr D A 
Smith R D, col 
Smith R S 



TyO"/~\rp/ r "\/" , 1 "D A TDTT"V' m a11 its branches. Alderman, 
rilU JL KJ KJ^JA) JOLJL XI JL 106^ S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. 



Edwards Charlie 

Fitzmaurice J R 

Gorrell A G 

Hall John, col 

Harvey Isaac 

Hill Phillip, col 

Hobbs L L, pres of college 

Hodgin E N 

Hoge L N 

Horton Louis 

Howard Ivison, col 

Hutton James, col 

Hutton Peter, col 

Jones J W 

Jones R M 

Knight Asa 



Knight C S 
Knight J O 
Knight N M 



Smith S W H 
Smith Wm E 
Stanley J H 
Stanley Milton 
Stuart Richard, col 
Syrwhitte S 
Taylor S F 
Wadkins Henry, col 
"Wadkins Julius, col 
Walker Wm 
Ward G W 
Ward J W 
Wheeler C 
White David 
White Ellis 

Wood Prof Jno W, treas 
Woodley Dr W T 
Worth Daniel 
Wren J 
Younts Joseph 



THE WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO. SSt^S^^SSSi 

also Longman & Martinez, Ready Mixed Paints. 229 South Elm Street. 



MRS. M. A. EDWARDS, 

113 "^TEST M-AJISKZEI 1 STREET, 



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Confectionery, Ice Cream, Also Oyster § Lunch Parlor 

(IN THE SEASON.) 

All Our Confectionery, Cream, Etc., are Home-Made and are 
Fully Recommended. 



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•Practical Boot and Shoe Makers 

506 SOUTH ELM ST., 




LL GRADES OF WORK FROM 

the cheapest to the most expensive 
made up at short notice. 

Repairing in all its branch- 
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Satisfaction Guaranteed, 




YOU CAN SAVE 25 PER CENT. 

On all Repairs of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, &c, 
AND ON ALL GOODS. 

SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, CASES, GUARDS, 

Eye Glasses, Chains, Vest Chains, Jewelry, 
&c. A Good Assortment of Nice Clocks 
at a Reduced Price of 25 Per Cent. I 
do not buy Combination Goods, but 
buy from the Manufacturer, and 
can give my Customers the Ben- 
efit of the 25 per cent. 

1>T- T. SILEIR, 

Sign 01 the Big Spectacles and Watch that keeps Time. 
109 East Market St., GREENSBORO, N. C. 



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GRIJEIN'Alia.XkO, If* 

Photography in all its branches well executed, splendidly finished ; 
styles un surpassed and general wor kmanship unexcelled, 'prices satis^~ 
factory. Even Picture Warranted. " ENLARGING." 



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Greensboro, 2T. O. 

MANUFACTUBEBS OF 

FARBAR TURBINE WATER WHEEL, 

COOK and heating: stoves. 

Saw Mills, Cane Mills, Horse Powers, 

Plows/Straw Cutters, Andirons, 

And Castings of Every Description. 
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