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Finishing Lumber. 

OAK MANTEL AND INSIDE TRIM A SPECIALTY. 

Full 'stock of Glass always in stock. Odd sizes and shapes cut to 
order. Plate Glass at M lufacturers' Prices. 

Full stock Rough Lun.ber, Shingles, Laths and all kinds Building 
Material. 

C. A. REYNOLDS, H. M. WORTH, W. D. MENDENHALL. 

President. Vice-President. Treasurer. 



DSRECTORS. 

J. M. WORTH, O. F. PEARCE, M. F. KERSEY, 

H. M. WORTH, E. P. WHARTON, C. A. REYNOLDS, 

Dr. J. E. LOGAN, A. L. RANKIN, W. D. MENDENHALL. 

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ALL MAIL ORDERS Promptly Filled. 

Suits Made to Order and Fit Guaranteed. 

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DIRECTORY 



City of Greensboro, N.C., 



1896 and 1897. 



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PUBLISHER'S PREFACE. 



PUBLISHER'S PREFACE. 



I present this Directory to the people of Greensboro, hoping 
that they will find it as complete and accurate as I have en- 
deavored to make it. 

I have nothing to say in regard to the book. It stands on its 

merits. 

"I cannot tell how the truth may be, 

I say the tale as 'twas told to me." — Scott. 

In conclusion I wish to thank all who have extended to me 
their patronage. Chase Brenizeb. 



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GREENSBORO. 



GREENSBORO. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Government Btiilding. — Located corner Market and Elm. Post- 
master, J. W. Forbis, also custodian of building. Assistant 
Postmaster, S. S. Wiley. 

Court House. — Located corner Market and Elm. 

CHUfiCHES. 

Number of churches 17, 11 for the white people and 6 for the 
colored. 

(white.) 

Methodist Episcopal. — West Market Street Church — New 
church just erected, located corner W. Market and Ashe. Old 
building located on W. Market between Ashe and Edgeworth. 
Pastor, Rev. J. H. Weaver, D. D. Officers— J. A. Odell, Presi- 
dent of Board of Stewards; M. S. Sherwood, Secretary; Dr. J. E. 
Wyche, Treasurer; P. P. Claxton, Superintendent' of Sunday 
School. 

Centenary, located on Arlington between McCulloch and Bragg. 
Pastor, Eev. J. E. Gay. Officers — S. S. Haithcock, Chairman 
Board of Stewards; M. Vuncanon, Secretary and Treasurer; Wm. 
Love, Chairman Board of Trustees; B. E. Smith, Superintendent 
of Sunday School. 

Episcopal. — St. Andrew's, located on corner Arlington and 
Lee. Eev. J. D. Miller, Rector; Senior Warden, Gen. J. D. Glenn; 
Junior Warden, Philip Pope, also Treasurer; Secretary of Vestry, 



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8 GREENSBORO. 

W. H. Wetmore; Superintendent of Sunday School, J. D. Miller; 
Prof. C. R. Brown, Director of St. Andrew's Brotherhood. 

St. Barnabas, located on corner of Gaston and Greene streets. 
Rev. Horace W. Jones, Rector; Senior Warden, Thos. Woodroffe; 
Secretary, J. L. Fonda; Treasurer, W. E. Stone. 

Baptist. — West Washington Street Baptist- Church, located on 
the corner of West Washington and Greene streets. Rev. L. 
Johnson, Pastor; Clerk, W. W. Rowe; Treasurer, J. S. Moore; 
Deacons, R. W. Brooks, W. W. Rowe, Jno. Thomas, George W. 
White, J. Y. Joyner, J. S. Moore; Geo. W. White, Superintendent 
of Sunday School. 

Mission Sunday School, East Greensboro. Superintendent, 
W. F. Clarida; Secretary, A. A. Chandler; Treasurer, J. J. 
Lambeth. 

Methodist Protestant. — Grace Church, located on East Lee 
between Arlington and Asheboro. Rev. J. S. Williams, Pastor; 
Chairman Board of Trustees, J. S. Hunter; Treasurer Board of 
Stewards, T. A. Hunter; Superintendent of Sunday School, 
J. Norman Wills. 

Peesbyterian. — First Presbyterian Church, located corner of 
Church and Forbis streets. Rev. J. Henry Smith, D. D., and 
Rev. Egbert W. Smith, co-Pastors; Wm. E. Bevill, Treasurer of 
Board of Deacons. 

Westminster, located on Asheboro between Lee and Bragg, 
Rev. S. 0. Hall, Pastor; Clerk of Session, Dr. W. P. Beall; 
Treasurer, T. G. McLean; Superintendent of Sunday School, 
Prof. G. A. Grimsley. 

Catholic. — St. Agnes' Church, located on N. Forbis between 
Mebane and Lindsay streets. Rev. Father Joseph, 0. S. B. 
Pastor; James Duffy, Treasurer. 

Friends. — Located on East Lee between South Elm and 
Arlington. Rev. J. R. Jones, Pastor; Walter Mendenhall, 
Superintendent of Sunday School. 

(colored.) 
St. Matthew's M. E. Church, located on corner Ashe and Lee 
streets. Rev. J. A. Rush, Pastor; Chairman Board of Trustees, 
J. P. Morris; Treasurer, J. D. Chavis; Secretary, C. H. Moore; 
Superintendent of Sunday School, D. B. Yancey. 



GREENSBORO. 



Providence Baptist, located at 803 East Washington street. 
Eev. S. H. Witherspoon, Pastor. 

Shiloh Baptist, located on Austin street. No pastor at present. 

St. James' Presbyterian Church, located at 210 North Forbis 
street. Rev. A. J. Tate, Pastor. 

Bethel A. M. E. Church, located corner Gaston and ]\laple 
streets. Eev. J. W. Murphy, Pastor. 

A. M. E. Zion Church, located on the corner of Washington 
and Gilmer streets. Rev. W. A. Peggans, Pastor. 

BANKS. 

Qreenshoro National Bank. — President, Neil Ellington; Vice- 
President, W. S. Hill; Cashier, A. H. Alderman. Capital stock, 
$100,000. Average deposits, $245,000. Reorganized January 
1, 1896. 

Piedmont. Bank. — President, J. M. Walker; Cashier, R. G. 
Vaughn. Capital stock, $60,000. Surplus and undivided profits 
$10,500. Average deposits $95,000. 

Bank of Guilford. — President, D. F. Caldwell; Cashier, W. B. 
Bogart. Capital stock $100,000, surplus and undivided profits 
$10,000, average deposits $90,000. 

People^s Five Cents Savings Bank.— President, J. W. Scott; 
Treasurer, James A. Hodgiu. Average deposits $48,500. Total 
available banking capital of the town including surplus $280,500, 
Total average deposits $478,500. 

COTTON FACTORIES. 

Proximity Manufacturing Company. — Manufactures cotton 
goods. Caesar Cone, President; B. N. Duke, Vice-President; 
F. J. Murdoch, Secretary and Treasurer; R. G. Campbell, 
Superintendent. Capital stock $200,000. Number of looms, 
1000. Number of spindles 15,000. Located northeast of city. 

Hucomuga Mills. — Manufactures cloth. J. S. Hunter, Presi- 
dent; Rev. F. J. Murdoch, Vice-President; E. T. Garsed, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer; G. 0. Coble, Manager. Capital stock $100,- 
000. Number of looms 103. 

TOBACCO FACTORIES. 

Leah Bros. <& ^^^i^ew.— Manufacture plug. 

Lea (& Tate. — Manufacture plug and smoking. 

E. J. & A. Q. /S'to/or(^.— Manufacture plug and twist. 



GREENSBORO. 



J. L. King & Co. — Manufacture plug, twist and smoking. 

H. T. Patterson. — Manufactures plug and smoking. 

The leaf tobacco houses are as follows: J. S. Cobb & Co., 
Bevill & Walker, H. C. Berger & Co., J. F. Jordan & Co, 
Greensboro Leaf Department of the American Tobacco Co., 
AV. E. Stone & Co., Bray Bros., and Minor & Mitchell. 

SUNDEY MANUFACTORIES. 

Greensboro Furnace Co. — Successor to North Carolina Steele 
and Iron Co. President, H. M. Worth; Vice-President, Edwin 
Shaver; Secretary and Treasurer, E. P. Wharton; General Manager 
J. D. Kase. Authorized capital stock $100,000. Subscribed 
|50,000. Makes pig iron. 

Southern Finishing and Warehouse Co. — President, Neil 
Ellington; Secretary and Treasurer and General Manager, J. W. 
Lindau. Capital stock $100,000. Finishes cotton goods. 

Greensboro Spoke and Bending Wo7-ks.—F. S. Eldridge, H. L. 
Scott, Tyre Glenn. 

B. H. Merrimon. — Handle factory. Manufactures axe, pick 
and sledge hammer handles. 

Cajje Fear Manufacturing Co. — 0. E. Cox, President; Jno. A. 
Hodgin, Secretary and Treasurer. Manufactures lumber and 
building material. 

Sergeant Manufacturing Co. — B. E. Sergeant, President; G. S. 
Sergeant, Secretary and Treasurer. Foundry. 

Eagle Foundry.— 'W. J. Teague, 

Greensboro Brick and Tile Co. — Thos. Woodroffe, President 
and Manager. Manufactures brick. 

W. A. Watson. — Manufactures brick. 

Greensboro Fiirniture Manifucturing Co. — E. W. Lyon, Presi- 
dent; J. H. Millis, Secretary and Treasurer; J. S. Cox, General 
Manager. Manufactures furniture. 

Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Co. — C. A. Reynolds, Presi- 
dent; W. D. Mendenhall, Secretary and Treasurer. Manufac- 
tures lumber and building material. 

Greensboro Sash and Blind Co. — J. R. Mendenhall and J. W. 
McNairy. Manufactures sash, blinds and building materials. 

EDUCATIONAL. 

State Normal and Industrial School. — Established by act of 



GREENSBORO. ii 

General Assembly of 1891. Total enrollment last year, 541; 
which includes practice school. Number of instructors twenty- 
five. President of the College, Dr. C. D. Mclver. 

Gree7isboro Female College. — Methodist School. Average 
number of pupils 150. Number of instructors 15. Julian S. 
Carr is President of the Board of Directors, and Dred Peacock, 
A. B., A. M., President of the College. Executive committee is 
composed of J. A. Odell, President; 0. W. Carr, Secretary; and 
W. E. Odell. Has a library of 2500 volumes. 

Ouilford College. — Located about six miles from Greensboro. 
Co-educational. Number of pupils enrolled last year, 239. 
Number of instructors, 12. L. L. Hobbs is President of the 
College. 

Bennett College. — Located on East Washington beyond Macon. 
Co-educational. Number of students about 200. Number of 
instructors 7. Eev. J. D. Chavis is President of this College. 

Ayricultiiral and Mechanical College for the Colored Race. — 
Located on North Dodson near East Market. Number of pupils 
last session 155. Prof. J. B. Dudley is President of the College. 

Graded Schools. — ^The graded schools of Greensboro are under 
the control of Geo. A. Grimsley, Superintendent. The principal 
of the Lindsay Street Graded School is Prof. S. C. Smith and of 
the South Greensboro School, Prof. Lee T. Blair. There are also 
graded schools for the colored people. Looking at the matter 
from an impartial standpoint we can truthfully say that there is 
no town of Greensboro's size in the South which furnishes as 
good educational advantages. 

SUBURBS OP GEEENSBOEO. 

Coneville, just North of the city; Jonesboro, just East; Jack- 
sonville, and a part of Warnersville, Southwest, the first built up 
by the Messrs. Cone; the last three settled mostly by colored 
people. 

RAILROADS. 

Greensboro is intersected by the Southern Railway and the 
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Eailway and is a terminal point 
for the Northwestern North Carolina and the North Carolina 
Railroads. 

SECRET ORDERS, CLUBS, ETC. 

Knights of Pythias. — Greensboro Lodge, No. 80. — P. H. Scales, 



GREENSBORO. 



Past Chancellor; E. Y. Hobbs, Chancellor Commander; J. J. 
Nelson, Vice Chancellor; Jno. Thomas, Prelate; A. R. Wilson, 
Keeper of Records and Seals; J. M. Walker, Master of Exchequer; 
Geo. H. Royster, Master of Finance; W. J. Pleasants, Master at 
Arms. Meets every Monday night at Knights of Pythias building. 

Knights of Pythias. — Guilford Lodge, No. 69. — D. L. Hagan, 
Chancellor Commander; J. R. McClamroch, Vice Chancellor; 
R. S. McClamroch, Prelate; R. AV. Finlator, Master at Arms; 
A. G. Wilson, Master of the Work; AV. E. Sehenck, IMaster of the 

Exchequer; D. H. Collins, Master of Finance; AA^illiams, 

Keeper of Records and Seals. Meets every Tuesday night at 
Knights of Pythias building. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellotvs. — Buena Vista Lodge, No. 
21. — A. M. Scales, Noble Grand; J. Turner Rankin, A'ice Grand; 
AV. L. Frazier, Recording Secretary; L. C. Hewlett, Financial 
Secretary; H. H. Cartland, Treasurer. Meets every Tuesday 
night at Odd Fellows building. 

Indejjendent Order of Odd Fellows. — Paisley Encampment, 
No. 10. — R. AA^ Murray, Chief Patriarch; J. Turner Rankin, 
High Priest; P. H. Scales, Senior AVarden; Thos. L. McLean, 
Junior Warden; J. S. Hayden, Scribe; L. C. Hewlett, Financial 
Scribe; H. H. Cartland, Treasurer. Meets every Friday night at 
Odd Fellows building. 

Masons. — Greensboro Lodge, No. 76, A. F. & A. M. ^Samuel 
Brown, W. M; F. A. Peirce, Secretary. Meets on the second and 
fourth Thursday nights of each month. 

Masons. — Cherazin Chapter, No. 13, Royal Arch Masons. — - 
James D. Glenn, H. P; F. A. Peirce, Secretary. Meets on third 
Thursday night in each month. 

Masons. — Ivanhoe Commandery, No. 8, Knights Templar. — A. 
H. Alderman, E. C; G. AV. AVhitsett, Recorder. Meets on first 
Thursday night in each month. 

Order of the Golden Chain. — North State Lodge, No. 222. — 
J. D. Burch, Secretary and Collector. Meets at K. of P. building. 

Order of the Golden Chain. — Lodge, No. 77. — W. L. Frazier, 
Collector, etc. 

Knights of Honor. — AV. B. Farrar, Dictator; L. M. Hawkins, 
Financial Reporter; H. H. Cartland, Reporter. 

Junior Order United American Mechanics. — Greensboro Council 



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No. 13. — Chas. Maus, Councillor; W. I. Underwood, Vice 
Councillor; J. T. Thacker, Recording Secretary; C. G. Burton. 
Financial Secretary. Meets every Thursday night in Knights of 
Pythias Hall at 7:30 in the winter and at 8 o'clock in summer. 

Greensboro Industrial and Immigration Association. — Object to 
promote manufacturing and business interests of Greensboro and 
to encourage the location of farmers in Guilford county. Presi- 
dent, H. W. Cobb; Secretary and Treasurer, W. E. Stone. 

Southern Tobacco Manufacturers Association. — Julian S. Carr, 
President; G. P. Talbott, Secretary and Treasurer. Object — 
general good of tobacco manufacturers in the South. 

Guilford Battle Ground Co. — President of Board of Directors, 
D. Schenck; Vice-President, J. W. Fry; Treasurer, J. W. Scott; 
Thos. B. Keogh, Secretary. Has a park containing 75 acres. It 
is a patriotic institution and was gotten up for the sake of com- 
memorating the illustrious deeds of our ancestors. Was organized 
May 6, 1887. 



14 CITY GOVERNMENT. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor — John J. Nelson. 

Clerk — John S. Michaux. 

Treasurer — Neil Ellington. 

Chief of Police— R. M. Eees. 

Tax Collector— R. M. Eees. 

Chief of Fire Department — Jos. J. Stone. 

Street Overseer — E. H. Smith. 

Keeper of Cemetery — James Duffy. 

Board of Aldermen. 

First Ward— John H. Dillard, Jr., B. H. Merrimon. 
Second Ward— H. W. Cobb, J. M. Walker. 
Third Ward— P. D. Price, H. J. Flam. 
Fourth Ward — Neil Elington, W. J. Blackburn. 
Fifth Ward— James D. Glenn, E. G. Hiatt. 
Sixth Ward— J. S. Hunter, J. H. Phipps. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Finance — Ellington, Chairman; Hunter, Merrimon and Walker. 
Water Works — Dillard, Chairman; Price, Ellington and Hiatt. 
Police — Blackburn, Chairman; Phipps, Cobb and Dillard. 
Cemetery — Cobb, Chairman; Walker, Hiatt and Phipps. 
Firemen — Phipps, Chairman; Glenn, Cobb and Blackburn. 
Sewerage — Walker, Chairman; Dillard, Flam and Glenn. 
Street Light — Merrimon, Chairman; Cobb, Hiatt and Hunter. 
Market — Hiatt, Chairman; Blackburn, Price and Elam. 
Printing — Hunter, Chairman; Dillard, Ellington and Merrimon. 
School — Elam, Chairman; Ellington, Merrimon and Phipps. 
Street — Price, Chairman; Cobb, Phipps and Glenn. 
Purchasing — Glenn, Chairman; Walker, Hunter and Blackburn. 
Estimate and Apportionment — Walker, Chairman; Ellington, 
Cobb and Glenn. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 15 

Police Department. 

Chief of Police— E. M. Eees. 

Policemen— M. A. Whittington, W. J. Weatherby, W. A. Scott, 
R. E. Pierce, Arthur Jordan, A. B. White, (Sanitary). 

Board of Education. 

Chairman — G. S. Sergeant. 

Secretary — W. E. Stone. 

J. R. Mendenhall, W. E. Bevill, C. E. Holton, C. H. Ireland. 

SuperinteDdent City Graded Schools — George A. Grimsley. 

Fire Department. 

Chief — Jos. J. Stone. 

First Assistant — J. H. Phipps. 

Second Assistant — R. B. Beall. 

Secretary — E. L. Clarke. 

Treasurer — Orlo Epps. 

Steam Fire Engine Co. ISTo. 1— W. J. Blair, President; A. G. 

Alexander, Secretary. 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 — E. B. Beall, Foreman; C. G. Bur- 
ton, Secretary. 
Eagle Hose Co. No. 7— H. J. Elam, President; E. L. Clarke, 

Secretary; F. N. Taylor, Captain. 
Southside Hose Co. No. 4 — J. H. Phipps, President; G. C. 

Smith, Secretary. 
West End Hose Co. No. 6— Orlo Epps, President; R. H. Hol- 

lowell. Secretary. 
Mascot Hose Co. No. 5 — John Tate, President; Claude Elam, 

Secretary. 
Excelsior Hose Co. No. 2, (Colored) — Drury Howell, President; 

E. L. Jones, Secretary. 



Location of Fire Alarm Boxes. 



Ward No. 1. 
No. 12 — Intersection of North Greene, Clay and Belle Meade 
Avenue. 
" 13 — Corner West Market and Eugene. 
" 14 — Corner West Market and Cedar. 



i6 COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

Ward No. 2. 
No. 23 — Corner Lindsay and Church. 
" 24— Corner East Market and INorth Forbis. 
" 25 — Corner East Market and Clinton. 

Ward No. 3. 
No. 32 — Corner South Elm and East Washington. 
" 34 — East Washington just east of railroad near Mrs. Owens'. 
" 35 — Intersection of Asheboro, Fayetteville and Gowell. 

Ward No. 4. 
No. 42 — Corner South Elm and Buchanan. 
" 43— Corner West and Spring. 
" 45 — Corner Walker Avenue and Mendenhall. 

Ward No. 5. 
No. 52 — Corner West Lee and Ashe. 
" 53 — Corner Arlington and East Lee, 

Ward No. 6. 
No. 62 — Corner Pearson and East Lee. 
" 63 — Corner Asheboro and East Bragg. 



COUNTY QOVERNHENT. 



Sheriff — J. A. Hoskins. 
Clerk Superior Court — E. L. Ragan. 
Register of Deeds — A. G. Kirkman. 
County Treasurer — John A. Hodgin. 
Deputy Sheriffs — A. A. Hinton, J. H. Davis. 
Deputy Clerk Superior Court — W. P. Ragan. 
Deputy Register of Deeds — S. A. Kirkman. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. ■ 17 



QOVERNflENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Elias Carr, Governor, salary $3,000. 

E. A. Doughton, Lieutenant-Governor and President of Senate. 
0. M. Cooke, Secretary of State, salary $2,000 and fees. 

W. H. Worth, Treasurer, salary $3,000. 
J. W. Denmark, Chief Clerk, salary $1,500. 
R. M. Furman, Auditor, salary $1,500. 

J. C. Scarborough, Superintendent Public Instruction, salary 
$1,500. 

F. I. Osborne, Attorney General, salary $2,000 and fees. 
F. H. Cameron, Adjutant General, salary $300. 

S. L. Patterson, Commissiner of Agriculture, salary $2,000. 

J. C. Ellington, Librarian, salary $1,000. 

0. M. Eoberts, Keeper of Capitol, salary $750. 

S. F. Telfair, Private Secretary to Governor, salary $1,200. 

C. S. Hinton, Executive Clerk, salary $600. 

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

F. P. Jerman, Clerk to Auditor, salary $1,000. 

W. H. Martin, Clerk for Charitable and Penal Institutions, 

salary $1,000. 
Jos. Potts, Teller to Treasurer, salary $750. 

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

Supreme Court Judges. 

W. T. Faircloth, Chief Justice, salary $2,500. 
A. C. Avery, Associate Justice, salary $2,500. 
Walter Clark, Associate Justice, salary $2,500. 

D. M. Furches, Associate Justice, salary $2,500. 

W. A. Montgomery, Associate Justice, salary $2,500. 
T. S. Kenan, Clerk, salary $300 and fees. 

E. H. Bradley, Marshal, salary $1,000. 
E. T. Gray, Eeporter, salary $750. 

Supreme Court meets in Ealeigh first Mondays in February 
and October. 



i8 STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Public Works and Institutions in North Carolina. 

University of Nortli Carolina, situated at Chapel Hill, Orange 
county, 28 miles west-northwest from Ealeigh, re-opened 
September 5 th, 1875. Officers: E. A. Alderman, President; 
Hon. E. H. Battle, (Board of Trustees) Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

North Carolina Institution for the Blind, located at Ealeigh. 

, Principal; W. H. Eand, Steward; Dr. Hubert 

Haywood, Physician; W. H. Worth, ex officio Treasurer. 

Insane Asylum of North Carolina, at Ealeigh. Dr. Geo. L. 
Kirby, Superintendent; Dr. J. A. Faison, First Assistant 
Physician; Dr. E. S. McGeachy, Second Assistant Physician. 

State Penitentiary. A. Leazar, Superintendent and General 
Manager; Jno. M. Fleming, Warden; Wm. Ledbetter, Deputy 
Warden; Dr. J. W. McGee, Physician; J. J. Bernard, Clerk. 

State Hospital, Morganton. Dr. P. L. Murphy, Superintendent; 
Dr. Isaac M. Taylor, Assistant; Dr. C. E. Eoss, Assistant. 

Eastern Insane Asylum, Goldsboro. Dr. J. F. Miller, Superin- 
tendent; Dr. W. W. Faison, Assistant. 

Department of Agriculture, Ealeigh. S. L. Patterson, Commis- 
sioner; T. K. Bruner, Secretary; H. B. Battle. Ph. D., State 
Chemist. 

College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ealeigh. Alex. Q. 
Holladay, President and Professor of History; W. F. Massey, 
Professor of Horticulture; W. A. Withers, Professor of Chem- 
istry D. H. Hill, Professor of English; B. Irby, Professor of 
Agriculture; W. C. Eiddick, Professor of Mathematics and 
Civil Engineering; N. E. Craighill, Professor of Mechanics; 
E. E. L. Yates, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics; F. E. 
Emery, Assistant Professor of Agriculture; C. M. Pritchett, 
Assistant Professor of Mechanics. 

State Agricultural Society. Exhibition buildings and grounds 
two miles west of Ealeigh. Benehan Cameron, President; 
John Nichols Secretary and Treasurer; Vice Presidents: Dr. 
W. E. Capeheart, Dr. L. L. Staton, W. Draughan, J. F. 
Jones, Dr. G. K. Foust, W. A. Smith, E. B. C. Hambleys, S. 
L. Patterson, Baron DeAllinges. 



COURTS. 19 



SUPREME COURT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



1st District— Feb. 3, 1896 ; Sept. 28, 1896 ; Feb. 1, 1897. 
2nd District— Feb. 10, 1896; Oct. 5, 1896; Feb. 8, 1897. 
3rd District— Feb. 17, 1896; Oct. 12, 1896; Feb. 15, 1897. 
4tb District— Feb. 24, 1896 ; Oct. 19, 1896; Feb. 22, 1897. 
5th District— Mch. 2, 1896; Oct. 26, 1896; Mch. 1, 1897. 
6th District— Mch. 9, 1896 ; Nov. 2, 1896 ; Mch. 8, 1897. 
7th District— Mch. 16, 1896 ; Nov. 9, 1896 ; Mch. 15, 1897. 
8th District— Mch. 23, 1896; Nov. 16, 1896; Mch. 22, 1897. 
9th District— Mch. 30, 1896; Nov. 23, 1896 ; Mch. 29, 1897. 
10th District— April 6, 1876; Nov. 30, 1876 ; April 5, 1897. 
11th District— April 13, 1896 ; Dec. 7, 1896 ; April 12, 1897. 
12th District— April 20, 1896; Dec. 14, 1896; April 19, 1897. 

Criminal Court. 

Eastern Circuit — 0. P. Meares, Judge. 
Mecklenburg— April 13, '96; Sept. 7, '96; April 12, '97. 
Vance— Jan. 27, '96; Sept. 14, '96; Jan. 25. '97. 
New Hanover— Jan. 6, '96 ; Mch. 9, '96 ; Oct. 12, '96 ; Jan. 4, '97 ; 

Mch. 8, '97. 
Warren— Jan. 20, '96; July 13, '96; Jan. 18, '97. 
Edgecombe— Feb. 10, '96; Nov. 2, '96 ; Feb. 8, '97. 
Craven— Feb. 17, '96 ; Oct. 5, '96 ; Feb. 15, '97. 
Halifax— Feb. 24, '96 ; Dec. 7, '96 ; Feb. 22, '97. 
Robeson— April 20, '96; April 19, '97. 

Western Circuit — H. G. Ewart, Judge. 
Buncombe— Jan. 27, '96; April 27, '96; July 27, '96 ; Oct. 26, 

'96; Jan. 25, '97; April 26, '97. 
Haywood— Jan. 13, '96 ; June 22, '96 ; Jan. 11, '97 ; June 29, '97. 
Madison— Feb. 10, '96 ; June 8, '96 ; Nov. 9, '96 ; Feb. 8, '97 ; 

June 16, '97. 
Henderson— April 13, '96 ; Oct. 12, '96 ; April 12, '97. 



20 COURTS. 

United States Courts in North Carolina. 

Eastern District Court — A. S. Seymour, Judge. 
Elizabeth City— April 20, '96; Oct. 19, '96; April 19, '97. 
New Berne— April 27, '96; Oct. 26, '96; April 26, '97. 
Wilmington— May 4, '96; Nov. 2, '97; May 3, '97. 
Ealeigh— May 25, '96; Dec. 7, '96; May 31, '97. 

Western District Court — Robert P. Dick, Judge. 
Greensboro— April 6, '96; Oct. 5, '96; April 5, '97. 
Statesville— April 20, '96; Oct. 19, '96; April 19, '97. 
Asheville— May 4, '96; Nov. 2, '96; May 3, '97. 
Charlotte— June 8, '96; Dec. 14, '96; June 16, '97. 

Superior Courts in North Carolina. 

first judicial district. 
Beaufort— Feb. 17, '96; May 25, '96; Nov. 30, '96; Feb. 15, '97; 

May 24, '97. 
Currituck— Mch. 2, '96; Sept. 7, '96; Mch. 1, '97. 
Camden— Mch. 9, '96; Sept. 14, '96; Mch. 8, '97. 
Pasquotank— Mch. 16, '96; Sept. 21, '96; Mch. 15, '97. 
Perquimans— Mch. 23, '96; Sept. 28, '96; Mch. 22, '97. 
Chowan— Mch. 30, '96; Oct. 5, '96; Mch. 29, 97. 
Gates— April 6, '96; Oct. 12, '96; April 5, '97. 
Hertford— April 13, '96; Oct. 19, '96; April 12, '97. 
Washington— April 20, '96; June 8, '96; Oct. 26, '96; April 19, 

'97; June 7, '97. 
Tyrrell— April 27, '96; Nov. 2, '96; April 26, '97. 
Dare— May 4, '96; Nov. 9, '96; May 3, '97. 
Hyde— May 11, '96; Nov. 16, '96; May 10, '97. 
Pamlico— May 18, '96; Nov. 23, '96 ; May 17, '97. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Halifax— Mch. 2, '96; May 25, '96 ; Nov. 23, '96; Mch. 1, '97; 

May 24, '97. 
Warren— Mch. 16, '96 ; Sept. 21, '96 ; Mch. 15, '97. 
Northampton— Mch. 30, '96 ; Aug. 3 and 10, '96 ; Oct. 26, '96 ; 

Mch. 29, '97. 
Edgecomb— April 13, '96 ; Oct. 12 and 19, '96 ; June 8, '96 ; 

June 15, '96; April 12, '97; June 16, '97. 
Bertie— Feb. 17, '96; April 27, '96; Sept. 14, '96; Nov. 9, '96; 

Feb. 15, '97; April 26, '97. 



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Craven— Feb. 3, '96 ; May 4, '96; Nov. 30, '96; Feb. 1, '77; 
May 3, '97. 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Pitt— Jail. 6, '96 ; Mcli. 2, '96 ; Mch. 30, '96 ; Sept. 21, '96; Dec. 7, 

'96 ; Jan. 4, '97; Mch. 1, '97; Mch. 29, '97. 
Franklin— Jan. 20, '96; April 13, '96; Oct. 26, '96 ; Jan. 18, 

'97; April 12, '97. 
Wilson— Feb. 3, '96 ; June 1, '96 ; Nov. 2, '96 ; Feb. 1, '97 ; May 

31, '97. 
Vance— Feb. 17, '96; May 18, '96; Oct. 5, '96; Feb. 15, '97; 

May 17, '97. 
Martin— Mch. 16, '96; Sept. 7, '96; Mch. 15, '97. 
Nash— April 27, '96 ; Nov. 23, '96 ; April 26, '97. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Wake— Jan. 6, '96; Feb. 24, '96 ; Mch. 23, '96; April 20, '96 ; 

July 13, '96 ; Sept. 28, '96 ; Oct. 26, '96 ; Jan. 4, '97 ; Feb. 22, 

'97; Mch. 22, '97; April 19, '97. 
Wayne— Jan. 20, '96 ; April 13, '96 ; Sept. 14, '96 ; Oct. 19, '96 ; 

Jan. 18, '97 ; April 12, '97. 
Harnett— Feb. 17, '96; Sept. 7, '96; Nov. 30, '96; Feb. 15, '97. 
Johnston— Mcli. 9, '96; Aug. 31, '96; Nov. 16, '96; Mcli. 8, '97. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Durham— Jan. 13, '96 ; Mch. 23, '96 ; May 11, '96 ; Sept. 14, '96 ; 

Oct. 12, '96 ; Jan. 11, '97 ; Mch. 22, '97; May 10, '97. 
Granville— Jan. 27, '96 ; April 20, '96 ; July 27, '96 ; Nov. 30, 

'96 ; Jan. 25, '97; April 19, '97. 
Chatham— Feb. 10, '96 ; May 4, '96 ; Sept- 28, '96 ; Feb. 8, '97: 

May 3, '97. 
Guilford— Feb. 17, '96 ; May 25, '96 ; Aug. 31, '96 ; Dec. 14, '96 ; 

Feb. 15, '97 ; May 24, '97. 
Alamance— Mch. 9, '96 ; May 18, '96 ; Nov. 16, '96 ; Mch. 8, '97 ; 

May 17, '97. 
Orange— Mch. 16, '96 ; Aug. 10, '96 ; Nov. 2, '96; Mch. 15, '97. 
Caswell— April 6, '96; Aug. 17, '96; Oct. 26, '96; April 5, '97. 
Person— April 13, '96 ; Aug. 24, '96 ; Nov. 23, '96 ; April 12, '97. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

New Hanover— Jan. 20, '96; April 13, '96; Sept. 28, '96; Jan. 
18, '97; April 12, '97. (All these Courts for civil cases only.) 



COURTS. 



Sampson— Feb. 3, '96 ; April 27, '96; Oct. 12, '96 ; Feb. 1, '97; 

April 26, '97. 
Duplin— Feb. 17, '96; Aug. 10, '96; Dec. 7. '96; Feb. 15, '97. 
Greene— Feb. 2i, '96; Aug. 17, '96; Nov. 30, '96; Feb. 22, '97. 
Pender— Mch. 2, '96; Sept. 14, '96; Mch. 1, '97. 
Carteret— Mch. 16, '96 ; Oct. 26, '96; Mcli. 15, '97. 
Jones— Mch. 23, '96; Nov. 2, '96; Mch. 22, '97. 
Onslow— Mch. 30, '96 ; Nov. 9, '96; Mch. 29, '97. 
Lenoir— May 4, '96; Nov. 16, '96 ; May 3, '97. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Anson— Jan. 6, '96; April 27, '96 ; Sept. 7, '96 ; Nov. 30, '96; 

Jan. 4, '97; April 26, '97. 
Moore— Jan. 13, '96; Mch. 2, '96; Aug. 17, '96; Dec. 14, '96; 

Jan. 11, '97; Mch 1, '97. 
Cumberland— Jan. 20, '96 ; April 20, '96; May 11, '96 ; Jan. 27, 

'96 ; Nov. 16, '96; Jan. 18' '97; April 19, '97; May 10, '97. 
Robeson— Jan. 27, '96 ; May 18, '96 ; Aug. 3, '96 ; Oct. 5, '96 ; 

Jan. 25, '97; May 17, '97. 
Richmond— Feb. 10, '96; April 13, '96 ; June 1, '96; Sept. 21, 

'96; Nov. 2, '96; Dec. 7, '96 ; Feb. 8, '97; April 12, '97; May 

31, '97. 
Columbus— Feb. 24, '96 ; July 20, '96 ; Nov. 9, '96 ; Feb. 22, '97. 
Brunswick— April 6, '96 ; Sept. 14, '96 ; April 5, '97. 
Bladen— Mch. 16, '96; Oct. 26, '96 ; Mch. 15, '97. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Cabarrus— Jan. 20, '96 ; July 27, '96 ; Jan. 18, '97. 

Randolph— Mch. 16, '96; Nov. 16, '96; Mch. 15, '97. 

Iredell— Feb. 3, '96; May 18, '96; Aug. 10, '96; Nov. 9, '96; 

Feb. 1, '97; May 17, '97. 
Rowan— Feb. 17, '96 ; May 11, '96; Aug. 24, '96; Nov. 23 and 

30, '96 ; Feb. 15, '97; May 10, '97. 
Davidson— Mch. 2, '96; Sept. 7, '96; Mch. 1, '97. 
Montgomery— Mch 30, '96; Oct. 15, '96; Mch. 29, '97. 
Yadkin- May 4, '96 ; Oct. 26, '96 ; May 3, '97. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Alexander- Jan. 20, '96 ; July 27, '96 ; Jan. 18, '97. 
Rockingham— Jan. 27, '96 ; Aug. 3, '96 ; Nov. 9, '96 ; Jan 25, '97. 



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Forsyth— Feb. 17, '96; May 11, '96; Aug. 10, '96; Dec. 7, '96; 

Feb. 15, '97; May 10, '97. 
Wilkes— Mch. 2, '96; Sept. 7, '96; Mch. 1, '97. 
Surry— Mch. 16, '96 ; Oct. 12, '96; Mch. 15. '97. 
Alleghany— Mch. 30, '96; Sept. 21, '96; Mch. 29, '97. 
Davie— April 6, '96 ; Sept. 28, '96 ; April 5, '97. 
Stokes— April 20, '96; Oct. 26, '96; April 19, '97. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Catawba— Feb. 17, '96; Aug. 3, '96 ; Feb. 15, '97. 
McDowell— Mch. 2, '96 ; Aug. 17, '96 ; Mch. 1, '97. 
Burke— Mch. 16, '96 ; Aug. 31, '96; Mch. 15, '97. 
Caldwell— Mch. 30, '96; Sept. 14, '96; Mch. 29, '97. 
Ashe— April 13, '96 ; Sept. 28, '96 ; April 12, '97. 
Watauga— April 27, '96 ; Oct. 12, '96; April 26, '97. 
Mitchell— May 4, '96; Oct. 19, '96; May 3, '97. 
Yaucey— May 18, '96 ; Nov. 2, '96 ; May 17, '97. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Union— Jan. 27, '96; Aug. 24, '96; Jan. 25, '97. 
Mecklenburg— Jan. 20, '96; Mch. 16, '96; June 1, '96; Oct. 5, 

'96; Jan. 18, '97; Mch. 15, '97; May 31, '97. (All these 

Courts for civil cases only.) 
Gaston— Feb. 17, '96: Sept. 21, '96; Feb. 15, '97. 
Stanley— Mch. 2, '96; Sept. 7, '96; Mch. 1, '97. 
Lincoln— Mch. 30, '96; Oct. 19, '96; Mch. 29, '97. 
Cleveland— April 13, '96; Oct. 26, '96; April 12, '97. 
Rutherford— April 27, '96 ; Nov. 9, '96 ; April 26, '97, 
Polk— May 11, '96 ; Nov. 23, '96 ; May 10, '97. 
Henderson— May 18, '96 ; Nov. 30, '96; May 17, '97. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Madison— Feb. 24, '96 ; Aug. 3, '96; Feb. 22, '97. 

Buncombe— Mch. 9, '96 ; Aug. 17, '96 ; Dec. 7, '96 ; Mch. 8, '97. 

(All these are for civil cases only.) 
Transylvania— Mch. 30, '96 ; Sept. 7, '96 ; Mch. 29, '97. 
Haywood— April 6, '96 ; Sept. 14, '96 ; April 5, '97. 
Jackson— April 20, '96 ; Sept. 28, '96 ; April 19, '97. 
Macon— May 4, '96 ; Oct. 5, '96 ; May 3, '97. 
Clay— May 11, '96; Oct. 12, '96 ; May 10, '97. 



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Cherokee— May 18, '96 ; Oct. 19, '96 ; May 17, '97. 
Graham— June 1, '96 ; Nov. 9, '96 ; May 31, '97. 
Swaiu- June 8, '96 ; Nov. 23, '96 ; June 7, '97. 



Abstract ol North Carolina Cominercial and Statute Law. 



ACCOUNTS 

should be made out in detail and it is unnecessary to attach an 
affidavit ; the full name and surname, together with the residence 
of the party in whose name the suit is to be brought, should be 
furnished ; if the claim belongs to a partnership, the full name, 
surname and residence of each member of firm should be fur- 
nished. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

may be made before any commissioner appointed by the Gover- 
nor of this State, or before a judge, clerk of court of record, 
notary public having a seal, or a justice of the peace. 

AKEEST AND IMPEISONMENT IN CIVIL ACTIONS 

may be made for following causes : (1) When defendant is a non- 
resident of the State, or is about to remove therefrom, and the 
action is for recovery of damages not. arising out of a contract or 
for injury to person or character, or for injuring, wrongfully 
taking, detaining or converting property ; (2) in actions for fine 
or penalty, or for seduction, or for money received, or for prop- 
erty embezzled or fraudulently misajjplied by a public officer, or 
by an attorney, solicitor or counselor, or by an officer or agent of 
a corporation, or banking association, in the course of his em- 
ployment as such, or by any factor, agent, broker or other person 
in a financial capacity, or for any misconduct or neglect of office 
in a professional employment ; (3) in actions for recovery of pos- 
session of personal property, unjustly detained, where the property 
or any part thereof has been concealed, removed or disposed of, 
so that it cannot be found or taken by the sheriff and with the 



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intent that it should not be so found or taken, or with the intent 
to deprive the plaintiff of the benefit thereof ; (4) when the de- 
fendant has been guilty of fraud in contracting the debt, or 
incurring the obligation for which the action is brought, or in 
concealing or disposing of the property, for the taking, detention 
or conversion of which the action is brought, or when the action 
is brought to recover damages for fraud or deceit ; (5) when de- 
fendant has removed or disposed of his property, or is about to do 
so, with intent to defraud his creditors. 

No female shall be arrested, however, except in actions for 
wilful injuries to person, character or property. 

The order to arrest must be obtained from a court and is 
founded upon an affidavit made by the plaintiff or some other 
person in his behalf that sufficient cause of action exists, and 
that the case is one of those above mentioned. Before an order 
of arrest shall be granted there must be filed on behalf of the 
plaintiff an undertaking, with sufficient surety, in a sum not less 
than $100, conditioned to pay defendant all costs and damages 
which he may sustain if such order be dismissed. 

ASSIGNMENTS. 

Assignee must within ten days file with the Clerk of Court a 
complete inventory of assets sworn to ; also must give bond or be 
removed, if insolvent ; must also file statements of sales and 
receipts every three months ; cannot sell any property until after 
ten days from date of assignment ; must file final account within 
12 months ; all creditors must file verified statements of their 
claim with the clerk before receiving any dividend. All debts 
of assignor fall due and are payable on date of assignment. By 
act of 1895, it is provided that all conditional sales, assignments, 
mortgages or deeds in trust, which are executed to secure any 
debt, obligation, note or bond, which gives preference to any 
creditor of the maker, shall be absolutely void as to existing 
creditors. 

ATTACHMENTS 

may issue against the property of a non-resident debtor, or one 
who has departed from the State to defraud his creditors, or to 
avoid the service of a summons, or keeps himself concealed therein 
with like intent ; or against a foreign corporation, or if such per- 
son or corporation has removed or is about to remove any of his 



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or its property from the State, with intent to defraud his or its 
creditors, or has assigned, disposed of or secreted, or is about to 
assign, dispose of or secrete any of his or its property, with like 
intent whether such debtor is a resident of this State or not. 
The creditor procuring warrant of attachment must, within ten 
days file an affidavit in the Clerk's office, or before a justice of the 
peace, if the warrant is taken out in his court, stating the grounds 
on which the warrant of attachment is asked. The creditor is 
also required to give good bond and security for costs and dam- 
ages, in case the proceeding by attachment is wrongful or 
oppressive. 

BILLS OP EXCHANGE ATSTD PROMISSOKT NOTES. 

Grace is allowed on bills of exchange drawn at sight, unless 
there is a stipulation to the contrary, and the general rules of 
mercantile law are in force as to all negotiable paper except in 
regard to protest. 

BANK DEPOSITS 

of less than $100 to the credit of a deceased person may be paid 
to next of kin, or person defraying expenses of last sickness and 
burial of deceased, without any legal administration. Deposits 
made by a married woman shall be paid out only to her or her 
order. 

CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 

Following is the form prescribed by statute for chattel mort- 
gages not exceeding the sum of $300 : 

I, , of the county of , in the State 

of North Carolina, am indebted to , of 

county and said State, in the sum of dollars, for 

which he holds my note, to be due the day of 

A. D. 18...; and to secure the payment of the same I do hereby 
convey to him these articles of personal property to-wit : (insert 
description) but on this special trust, that if I fail to pay said 

debt and interest on or before the day of 

A. D. 18..., then he may sell said property, or so much thereof 
as may be necessary, by public auction, for cash, first giving 20 
days notice at three pi;blic places, and apply the proceeds of such 
sale to the discharge of such debt and interest on the same, and 
pay any surplus to me. 



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Given under my hand and seal, this day of 

A. D. 18... [seal] ■ 

(Signature.) 

The disposal of property mortgaged, without the consent of 
the mortgagee and with intent to defeat his rights, is a misde- 
meanor by statute. Chattel mortgages are not valid against 
third parties until registered in the county where the mortgagor 
resides, or in case the mortgagor does not reside in the State, then 
in the county where the chattels are situate, unless they consist 
of choses in action, in which latter case the mortgage must be 
recorded in the county where the mortgagee resides. Renewal 
of a chattel mortgage is not required to continue it in force until 
fully satisfied. Chattel mortgages may be foreclosed by suit in 
court or by sale, if they contain a power of sale. 

COMMENCEMENT OF SUIT. 

Process in court may be served ten days before first day of 
term. The action is commenced by issuing a summons and 
filing a complaint in the clerk's office. Actions before justice 
of the peace are commenced by issuing summons to be served on 
the debtor, which is made returnable at some time and place 
within the county, to be designated by the justice. Judgment 
can usually be obtained in two days. 

CONSIGNMENTS. 

Failure of a consignee to account for goods consigned may be 
the subject of both an indictment and civil action. The latter is 
barred in three years. 

CONTRACTS OF MARRIED WOMEN. 

Married women cannot make a valid executory contract and 
are not personally liable for any debt contracted during 
coverture ; may make contracts if free-trader. Her real estate is 
not liable for debts of her husband. She is entitled to dower in 
all her husband's real estate after his death, and to a year's sup- 
port out of his personal property after his death. (See free-trader.) 

CORPORATIONS 

are created both under general laws and by special acts. Any 
number not less than three may form a corporation for legitimate 
business. No reports of their financial condition are required to 



28 COMMERCIAL LAW. 

be made. Contracts by which liability may be incurred for over 
■$100 miist be in writing and have the seal of the corporation, or 
be signed by some officer of the company authorized thereto. In 
case of fraud on the part of an officer or stockholder, the statute 
makes him personally liable to the creditors in a suit brought in 
the name of the Attorney General. No statutes in relation to 
liability of stockholders for debts of corporation. 

DEEDS. 

All conveyances, deeds or other instruments, affecting the 
rights of a married woman, must be jointly executed by both 
husband and wife, and must be acknowledged or j^roved as to 
both, and the wife must be examined privily and apart from her 
husband touching her voluntary assent. Conveyances, of lands, 
contracts to convey and leases of land for more than three years, 
to be good and available in law as against a purchaser for value 
or creditors, shall be acknowledged by the grantor, or proved on 
oath by one or more witnesses, and registered in the county 
wherein the land lies. Deeds are required to be under seal, 
though a scroll is sufficient. 

DOWER AND CURTESY. 

The wife is endowed, upon the death of her husband, of one- 
third in value of all the land and other real estate which her 
husband possessed during coverture. Everv man who has mar- 
ried a woman and had issue by her, born alive, after her death, 
if he survive, shall be entitled to an estate as tenant by the 
curtesy, during his life, in all the lands, tenements and heredita- 
ments which his wife possessed during coverture. 

ESTATES OF DECEASED PERSONS. 

Reasonable time is allowed the executors or administrators to 
settle estates of deceased persons, but they must not exceed two 
years. Administrator must, within twenty days after his qUalifi- 
tion, advertise for claimants to exhibit their claims at or before 
a certain day, which must be twelve mouths from the first publi- 
cation. 

EXEMPTIONS. 

Every homestead, and dwellings and buildings therewith, 
not exceeding in value one thousand dollars, to be selected by 



COMMERCIAIv IvAW. 29 

the owner thereof ; or in lieu thereof, at the option of the owner, 
any lot in any city, town or village, with the dwellings used 
thereon, owned and occupied by any resident of the State, and 
not exceeding the value of one thousand dollars. Personal 
property of the value of five hundred dollars. 

FKEE-TEADEK. 

A married Avomau may become a free-trader at the age of 
twenty-one, with the consent of her husband : (1) by anti-nuptial 
contract proved and registered ; (2) by a writing substantially as 
follows, signed by husband and wife : 

C. D., of the age of twenty-one years, wife of E. F., of 

county. State of North Carolina, with his consent 

testified by his signature thereto, enters herself as a free trader 
from the date of the registration hereof. 

(Signed) C. D. 

E. F. 

This writing must be joroved before proper officer and filed 
in register's office in county where she proj)oses to do business. 

HOLIDAYS. 

January first and nineteenth, February twenty-second. May 
tenth and twentieth, July fourth. First Monday in September 
(Labor Day), December twenty-fifth, and the Day of Thanksgiv- 
ing, fixed by the Governor each year, are legal holidays. If any 
of these days falls on Sunday, the following Monday becomes 
holiday, and paper due on such Sunday is payable the Saturday 
preceding, and paper which would otherwise be joayable on Monday 
shall be payable on Tuesday thereafter. When any of the above 
holidays falls on Saturday, paper due on Sunday following is due 
on Monday following ; whenever any of such holidays falls on 
Monday, joaper otherwise due on that day is payable on succeed- 
ing Tuesday. Papers due on holidays, when they occur on 
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, and papers due on 
Sunday, not preceded or followed by a holiday, are payable the 
day before. 

INTEREST. 

The legal rate of interest shall be six per cent, per annum, 
for such time as interest may accrue, and the taking, receiving, 
reserving or charging a greater rate of interest, either before or 
after the interest may accrue, when knowingly done, shall work 



30 COMMERCIAL LAW. 

a forfeiture of the entire interest, which the note, or other evi- 
dence of debt carries with it, or which has been agreed to be 
paid thereon. And in case a greater rate of interest has been 
paid, the person, or his legal representatives, or corporation by 
whom it has been paid, may recover back twice the amount of 
interest paid, in an action in the nature of action for debt, 
Provided, such action shall be commenced within two years 
after the payment of such indebtedness. (This is also the Na- 
tional Banking law in regard to usury, but the State adds): 
Provided further, that in an action, brought in any court of 
competent jurisdiction to recover upon any such note or other 
evidence of debt, it shall be lawful for the party against whom 
the action is brought to plead as a counter-claim the penalty 
above provided for, viz: twice the amount of interest paid as 
aforesaid, and also the forfeiture of the entire interest. And 
no costs shall be recovered by any party, whether plaintiff 
or defendant who may endeavor to recover upon any usurious con- 
tract. That this act shall not apply to contracts executed here- 
tofore. 

JUDGMENT, EXECUTION, AND STAY OF EXECUTION. 

Judgment may be obtained at first term after process has 
been served, unless the debtor pleads, answers or demurs to first 
complaint. Judgment rendered or docketed in Superior court 
is a lien on real estate in the coiinty from the time it is docketed ; 
judgments obtained before justices of the peace, bind real-estate 
from time docketed in Superior court. Executions issued on 
judgments in Superior court are returnable to the next term of 
the court. Debtor may stay judgment of justice of the peaee 
six months, by giving good security, when the amount exceeds 
one hundred dollars, not so long when the amount is under. 
There is no stay of execution in Superior court. 

JURISDICTION OF COURTS. 

Justices courts have jurisdiction up to $200.00. Superior 
courts, which sit in every county every six months have no limit 
to amount above |200.00 over which it takes jurisdiction. 

LICENSES. 

Travellers are not required to take out a license. 



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LIMITATION OF ACTION'S. 

Actions on accounts and contracts not under seal must be com- 
menced within three years, and on a note under seal must be 
commenced within ten years, or the statute of limitation may be 
plead against recovery. 

mechanics' liens. 

Every building built, repaired, or improved, and every lot, farm 
or vessel, is subject to a lien for the payment of all debts, con- 
tracted for work done on the same, or for material furnished, but 
a vendor has no lien upon lumber for the purchase-money, unless 
the lumber was purchased with the understanding that it was to 
be used in building or repairing upon the purchaser's land, nor is a 
homestead right affected by such a lien. The lien attaches from 
the time materials begin to be furnished, and the notice relates 
back to that time. JSTotice of the lien shall be filed in the office 
of the Superior Court Clerk within twelve months after the com- 
pletion of the labor or the final furnishing of the materials. 
Proceedings to enforce the lien must be commenced within six 
months from the date of the filing of the notice, provided that if 
the debt is not due within six months but becomes due within 
twelve months, proceedings to enforce the lien, may be brought 
within thirty days after it is due. All sub-contractors and 
laborers, who furnish materials for the building or repairing of 
any house or other improvement on real estate, have a lien there- 
on for the amount of the labor or materials, which lien is prefer- 
red to mechanic's lien ; provided they give notice to the owner or 
lessee of the real estate, who makes the contract for such build- 
ing or improvement, at any time before the settlement with the 
contractor, and after such notice is given, no payment to the con- 
tractor shall be valid as against the lien of such sub-contractors. 

MOKTGAGES 

are executed the same as deeds, but are valid only, as against 
creditors or purchasers for valuable consideration, from the reg- 
istry in the county wherein the land lies. Mortgages are fore- 
closed by action in the nature of a bill of foreclosure, unless 
there be a power of sale in the mortgage deed, when the same 
may be foreclosed by notice, advertised for thirty days at the 
court house door, as well as in the manner prescribed in the mort- 
gage itself. 



32 POSTAL RATES. 



SUPPLEMENTAL PEOCEEDINGS. 

Judgment creditor may obtain an order for the examination 
of his debtor ujion an affidavit, showing : 1. The return of an ex- 
ecution unsatisfied in whole or in part ; 2. The want of known 
property, liable to execution ; 3. The non-existence of any equit- 
able estates in land, within the lien of judgment ; 4. The exist- 
ence of pi-operty, choses in action and things of value, belonging 
to the judgment debtor unaffected by any lien and incapable of 
levy ; third parties may also be examined where it is shown by 
the affidavit that they owe the judgment debtor more than ten 
dollars ; on such proceedings, a receiver may be appointed and 
property discovered, ordered applied to execution. 



Rates of Postage. 



First Class — Letters, all manuscript, all matters wholly or 
partly in writing, two cents for each ounce or fraction thereof, 
except postal cards. Droj) letters 1 cent per ounce. 

Whenever any package is sealed or otherwise closed against 
inspection, or contains or bears writing which is not allowed by 
law, such package is subject to letter postage, two cents per ounce. 

Second Class — All newspapers and other periodical joublica- 
tions issued at stated intervals, and as frequently as four times a 
year from a known office of publication, one cent a pound or 
fraction thereof. Newspapers and periodical publications sent 
by persons other than the publishers and newsdealers 1 cent for 
every four ounces or fraction thereof. 

Third Class — Books and circulars, proof sheets, corrected 
proof sheets and manuscript copy accompanying the same, one 
cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. 

Fourth Class — Embraces all matter not in the first, second, 
or third class, which is not in its form or nature liable to destroy, 
deface or otherwise damage the mail bag, and is not above four 



POSTAL RATES. 7,7, 



pounds for each package, except in case of single books weigh- 
ing in excess of that amount, one cent for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. 

Note — -The Postmaster General has issued an order changing 
the rate of postage on a number of articles that have heretofore 
been rated as third class or printed matter. The following is 
the text of the order : "The character of paper as an article of 
merchandise within the meaning of the postal laws is not neces- 
sarily changed by printing or stamping thereon of words, letters, 
characters, figures or images, or of any combination thereof. 
Labels, patterns, photographs, playing cards, visiting cards, ad- 
dresses, tags, paper sacks, wrapping paper, with printed advertise- 
ments thereon, bill-heads, letter-heads, envelopes and other matter 
of the same general character is charged as fourth class matter, 
that is : one cent for each ounce or fraction thereof." 

Postal Money Orders. — Orders not exceeding $5, 5 cts.; 
over |5 and not exceeding $10, 8 cts.; over $10 and not exceed- 
ing $15, 10 cts.; over $15 and not exceeding $30, 15 cts.; over $30 
and not exceeding $40, 20 cts.; over $40 and not exceeding $50, 
25 cts.; over $50 and not exceeding $60, 30 cts.; over $60 and not 
exceeding $70, 35 cts.; over $70 and not exceeding $80, 40 cts.; 
over $80 and not exceeding $100, 45 cts. 

The order for Eegistered Letters is only payable at the office 
on which it is drawn. The order should be collected within one 
year from date. Once paid, the department will not be further 
liable. 8c. and postage. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 35 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



Arlington from Fayetteville south beyond limits. 

Aslie from Gaston south, beyond limits. 

Asheboro from Gorrell southeast beyond limits. 

Austin from South Ashe west to Bilbro Alley. 

Bain from South Elm west to 0. F. & Y. V. E. E. 

Beech from East Market north to Mebane. 

Belle Meade Avenue from Greene west to limits. 

Bellvue from West Bragg south to McCulloch. 

Bennett from E". C. E. E. south to limits. 

Bessemer Avenue, Coneville. 

Bilbro Alley from West Lee south to limits. 

Boon from East Market south to INT. C. E. E. 

Brooks from West Lee north to Bain. 

Buchanan from South Elm west to Ashe. 

Carolina, Coneville. 

Cedar from Greene south to limits. 

Church from Korth Elm northeast beyond limits. 

Clay from jianction of Elm and Church northwest to Greene. 

Chestnut from East Market north to Hendrix. 

Cole from Church east to limits. 

Delphine from Edgeworth west to limits. 

Dodson from East Market south to N. C. E. E. and north to limits. 

Douglas from Asheboro east to limits. 

East Lee from South Elm east to limits. 

East Whittington from south Elm east to Asheboro. 

East from East Market south to limits. 

East Market from Elm east beyond limits. 

East Sycamore from South Elm east to Lyndon, and from South 

Gilmer east to limits. 
East Washington from South Elm east beyond limits. 
East Bragg from South Elm east to limits. 
Edgeworth from Greene south to West Washington. 
Eugene from Gaston south to Walker Avenue. 
Eulton from Walker Avenue south to limits. 
Factory from King east to Macon. 



36 STREET DIRECTORY. 

Fayetteville from South Elm southeast to Gorrell. 

Gastou from Cedar east to Forbis and from Percy east to Maple. 

Gorrell from Fayetteville east to Bennett. 

Hendrix from Church east to limits. 

High from East Washington south to limits. 

Humphries from Greene west to Edgeworth. 

Jackson from AValker Avenue south to limits. 

Julian from Asheboro east to limits. 

Keogh from Greene north to limits. 

Kerr from Chestnut east to limits. 

King from Factory south to East Lee. 

Lindsay from Church east beyond limits. 

Lithia from Walker Avenue south to Southern Railway. 

Lyndon from East Sycamore south to East Washington. 

Lewis from South Elm southwest to South Ashe. 

Macon from Factory south to limits. 

Maple from East Market north to limits. 

McCulloch from Asheboro west to limits. 

McGee from Spring west to limits. 

Mebane from North Davie east to Forbis and from Beech east to 

Dodson. 
Morehead Avenue from Furniture Factory west to limits. 
North Davie from East Market north to Church. 
North Elm from Market north beyond limits. 
North Forbis from East Market north to Lindsay. 
North Gilmer from East Market north to limits. 
North Greene from West Market northwest beyond limits. 
North Mendenhall from West Market north beyond limits. 
Park Avenue from North Greene north to limits. 
Percy from East Market north to Lindsay. 
Pearson from Gorrell south to Douglas. 
Eailroad Avenue from Lithia west to limits. 
Scheuck from South Elm west to Cedar, 
Second, Coneville. 

Smith from North Elm east to limits. 
South Davie from East Market south to Fayetteville. 
South Elm from Market south beyond limits. 
South Forbis from East Market south to East Washington. 
South Gilmer from East Market south to East Washington. 



EXPIvANATlONS. 37 



South Greene from West Market south to West Washington. 

South Mendenhall from West Market south beyond limits. 

Spring from Greene south beyond limits. 

Vance from Bragg south to limits. 

Walker Avenue from Ashe west beyond limits. 

West Whittington from South Elm west to limits. 

West Market from Elm west beyond limits. 

West Sycamore from South Elm west to Spring. 

West Washington from South Elm west to Spring. 

West Bragg from South Elm west to South Cedar. 

West Lee from South Elm west to limits. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



I desire to make a few explanations which will be of as- 
sistance in understanding how to use this book. There are 
several suburban towns which I have included which have no 
street numbers. In Coneville the residence can be designated only 
by the name of the street. In Jacksonville the name of that 
suburb is the only way its inhabitants can be located. In that 
part of Warnersville which lies beyond the limits I was compelled 
to put down "Warnersville beyond limits." In Jonesboro I 
numbered all the houses on the right even numbers, beginning 
with 2 and running 4, 6, 8, etc., to end. The houses on the left 
I numbered with odd numbers, beginning with 1 and running 
3, 5, 7, 9, etc. So for instance. No. 14 e Market, Jonesboro, means 
the 7th house on the right hand side of East Market, beginning at 
the end of the corporate limits. Of course such designations as 

"rear of No. street" will be easily understood. I also 

wish to call attention to the fact that in giving a man's name, if 
he is married, I have placed immediately after it in parenthesis 
the name or initials of his wife. In giving names of members of 
firms I have placed the firm's name in parenthesis after the in- 
dividual name. The names of firms are followed by the names 
of the individual members of the firms. Widows' names are 
usually followed by the names of their husbands before their 
death. The city numbers run up to 1099, then instead of going 
on with 1100, they jump to 2000, runup to 2099 and then jump 
to 3000. 



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38 DIRECTORY— WHITE. 



Greensboro City Directory. 
1896^97. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 
Agt., agent; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bet, between; bey., beyond; com., com- 
mission; com. mer., commission merchant; cor., corner, dep., depot; do., ditto; e., 
east; emp., employe; ft., freight; fact., factory; Gr., Greensboro; h., hovise; ins., 
insurance; mfg., manufacturing; mfrs., manufacturers; mgr., manager; pres., 
president; propr., proprietor; P. O., postoffice; r., rooms; s., south; St., street; w., 
west; wid., widow; wks., works; tob., tobacco; genl. mdse., general merchandise; 
supt., superintendent; So. Ry., Sovithern Railway; C. F. & Y. Y. R. R., Cape Fear & 
Yadkin Yalley Railroad; N. C. R. R., North Carolina Railroad; Gr. B. & T. Co., 
Greensboro Brick and Tiling Co.; Gr. I. & C. Co., Greensboro Ice and Coal Co.; Gr. 
Sp. & B. Wks., Greensboro Spoke and Bending Works; Cape Fear M. Co., Cape 
Fear Manufacturing Co.; Gr. S. & B. Co., Greensboro Sash and Blind Co.; Guilf. L,. 
M. Co., Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Co.; So. F. & W. Co., Southern Finishing 
and Warehouse Co.: Normal, State Normal and Industrial School; Gr. Fu. M. Co., 
Greensboro Furniture Manufacturing Co. 



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Abbott Miss Carrie B, h 2005 Keogh 

Abbott Geo (Sula), wks Laundry, r 1071^ w Market 

Abbott J C (Julia C), li 2005 Keogh 

Abbott J Leslie, wks So F & W Co, h 319 Lindsay 

Abbott J T (Emma E), wks Sergeant Mfg Co, h 319 Lindsay 

Abbott Miss Minnie L, h 319 Lindsay 

Abbott Miss Rosa L, h 319 Lindsay 

Adams W M (Fannie F), plumber h 220 e Bragg 

African Blood Cure Co, (Walter B Brooks, Pres and Gen'l 

Mgr) 344 and 3443/3 s Davie 
Agnew A L, bo.ss weaver Hucomuga, h 913 s Elm 
Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race, 

Prof J B Dudley, president, 212 n Dodson 
Aiken & Clapp (T R Aiken, C A Clapp) grocers, 200 and 202 

s Davie ' *. 

Aiken Miss Mamie, wks H H Cartland, h 2055 e Market 
Aiken T Robert (Aiken & Clapp), h 219 n Cedar 
Aitlett Mrs Telitha, widow Rufus, h 735 e Washington 
Albright Edward, plumber Odell Hdw Co, r 115 w Market 
Albright Geo B (Julia), printer, h 315 e Washington 

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Albright J A, driver So Exp Co, r express office 
Albright Mrs Nellie S, widow Joseph, h 229 n Cedar 
Albright Percy (Lily), chief clerk CF&YV, hii6 Church 
Albright R M, telegraph operator So Ry, h 122 Church 
Albright Miss Sallie L,, h 406 w Washington 
Albright Mrs W A widow, h 406 w Washington 
Alderman A H (Leona B), Cashier Greensboro National 

Bank, h 506 w Market 
Alderman H P, conductor CF&YV, bds 508 Asheboro 
Alderman Miss May P, stenographer Odell Hdw Co, h 

cor Washington and Spring 
Alderman S L, photographer, iios Elm 
Alderman W F Jr (Annie), wks Cox-Ferree, bds 614 w 

Market 
Alexander Wm, farmer, bds 1006 Spring Garden 
Alford A E, clerk So F't Dep, h 337 s Davie 
Alford Miss Bessie, h 337 s Davie 
Alford Mrs E widow, bds 356 s Elm 
Alford Mrs M H, widow Dr H M, h 337 s Davie 
Allen Edward W, tinner, h 324 e Bragg 
Allen Miss Gertrude C, h 115 Smith 
Allen G Raymond, student, h 115 Smith 
Allen Jno R, student, h 115 Smith 
Allen Eessie E, painter, h 324 e Bragg 
Allen Miss Minnie, h rear 1004 s Cedar 
Allen Robert J (Lizzie), railroad engineer, h 324 e Bragg 
Allen W E (Pearl), bkkpr for Gr Nat'l Bank, h 610 w 

Market 
Allen Wm W, student, h 115 Smith 

Allen W W (Linda), Route Agent So Exp Co, h 115 Smith 
Alley Geo W Sr, h 501 n Cedar 
Alley G W Jr, Ft Agt, C F & Y V, bds 356 s Elm 
Alley R R (Ella V) wks C F & Y V Ft Dep, h 501 n Cedar 
Allred Miss Bertie, h 907 Asheboro 
Allred H T (Emma E), (Allred & Thompson) h 616 

Arlington 
Allred J C, watch repairing, 108 Fayetteville, r do 
Allred M W (Mary E), engineer So Ry Yard, h 436 n Greene 
Allred Robert L (Nannie C), carpenter, h 532 Douglas 
Allred & Thompson (H T Allred, Sam'l Thompson), shoe- 
makers, 502 s Elm 
Almindinger Jno B, wks C L Andrews, h 130 Price 
Alston C B, tel operator, h beyond 908 Asheboro 

Harry C. Martin, Life Insurance Agent. 



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Alston Miss Hattie, h beyond 908 Aslieboro 
Alston Mrs P R, widow, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Alverson J D (Fannie B), grocer, 1037 College Avenue, 

h 1059 College Avenue 
Alverson Mrs Mary A, widow A J, h 1059 College Avenue 
American Tobacco Co, Greensboro Leaf Dept, H. W. Cobb, 

manager, 121 n Greene 
Amnions Geo, wks So F & W Co, li Bessemer Avenue 
Ammons D P, wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Avenue 
Ammons James, wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Avenue 
Anderson Miss Jennie, h 114 e Sycamore 
Andresen Thomas F, mining engineer, h 5141/^ s Elm 
Andrews Lacy A, wks D E Thomas, r 105 n Davie 
Andrews Miss Alice V, h 281 East 

Andrews Chas L, confectionery, 228 s Elm, h 312 s Ashe 
Andrews Clarence, wks So Ry, h 215 s Davie 
Andrews Eliza, wks Hucomuga, h 201 w Whittington 
Andrews Miss Ida D, h 281 East 

Andrews Jno C (Tempie C), farmer, h 449 e Whittington 
Andrews J D, jockey, h 281 East 

Andrews Miss Lillie, wks Hucomuga, h 201 w Whittington 
Andrews L W (Fannie O) farmer, h 312 s Ashe 
Andrews Luke W, wks Gr Book Store, h 312 s Ashe 
Andrews Miss Nora B, h 215 s Davie 
Andrews Robert E (Nora L), painter, h 834 w Market 
Andrews Miss Rose E, h 312 s Ashe 
Andrews T D (Emma E), wks Gas Co, h 281 East 
Andrews Wm, (Carrie O), machinist, h nr cor Chestnut and 

Hendrix 
Andrews W H (Annie D), farmer, h 215 s Davie 
Apple J E, wks Gr Fu M Co, h 417 e Market 
Apple J N (Maggie J), carpenter, h 410 Jackson 
Apple Mrs M E, widow J M, h 417 e Market 
Apple Miss Mary R, h 410 Jackson 
Apple W^m A, h 621 e Market 
Apple W M (Sallie A C) janitor graded school, h 621 e 

Market 
Armentront Edward E (Lucy H), foreman Cape Fear Mfg 

Co, h 125 Bain 
Armfield Miss Bettie, teacher Gr Fem Coll, r 121 s Ashe 
Armfield Miss Fannie, teacher Gr Fem Coll, r 121 s Ashe 
Armfield G Will (Esther), (Armfield, Ridge & Vickory), 

h 358 s Ashe 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— WHITE. 41 



Armfield Mrs Jane, widow Emsley, h 239 n Greene 

Armfield Joseph H, li 358 s Ashe 

Armfield Miss Minnie M, h 358 s Ashe 

Armfield, Ridge & Vickory, (G Will Armfield, W J Ridge, 

V A W Vickory), dry goods. 214 s Elm 
Armour Packing Co, (J W Stafford, mgr), 113 Buchanan 
Ashburn James, clerk, 305 s Elm 
Atkins Miss Mary Helen, h 200 s Spring- 
Atkinson Mrs Eliza T, widow Roger P, h 222 s Spring 
Ayers Miss Maggie, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Bain Armineus, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, h 739 Pearson 
Bain Edward E (Annie L), clerk C F & Y V, h 230 w Bragg 
Bain Jno T, h 739 Pearson 

Bain W C (Mary), V-Pres Cape Fear Mfg Co, h 739 Pearson 
Bain W C Jr, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, h 739 Pearson 
Bain W W, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, h 739 Pearson. 
Baird W G (Maud), yardmaster So Ry, bds 377 s Davie 
Baker T (Mary), carpenter, h 537 e Bragg 
Baker Walter, wks C A and F F Smith, h 917 s Elm 
Baker W J (Mary K), carpenter, h 917 s Elm 
Ball Miss Lucy M, h 217 n Spring 
Ball Mrs Lucy W, widow Wright, h 217 n Spring 
Ball Mac, wks cot factory, r 423 e Washington 
Ball ]\Iiss Pattie H, h 217 n Spring 
Ballard Mrs E A, widow W H, h 2,11 s Davie 
Ballard Miss Bessie, h 377 s Davie 
Ballard Miss Laura, student, h 377 s Davie 
Ballard Miss Mary L, h 377 s Davie 
Balsley Miss Lizzie F, h 134 n Mendenhall 
Balsley Miss Pearl M, h 134 n Mendenhall 
Balsley W Q (Sallie F), (C M Vanstory & Co), h 134 n 

Mendenhall 
Bank of Guilford (D F Caldwell, President; W B Bogart, 

Cashier), 212 s Elm 
Banks B L (S E) varnish maker, h 433 Arlington 
Banks Geo R, travelling salesman, bds 301 s Elm 
Banks Mrs L S, widow, Prop'r Transit House, h 301 s Elm 
Banks Miss Virgie M, h 433 Arlington 
Banner Warehouse (Smith, Blackburn & Co), 210 w Market 
Baptist Mission Sunday School, 271 East 
Barber Jno, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h beyond limits 
Barber W M (Mabel J) Prop'r Gr Patriot, h 122 n Davie 
Barefoot B F (Anna), wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 911 Asheboro 

Harry C. Martin, Fire Insurance Agent. 



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Barker E T, flagman CF&YV, h5i5 Julian 

Barker Jno (Delia M), Rectifier and Wholesale Iviquor 

Dealer, 109 Court Square, groceries 108 \v Market, 

h 108 n Davie 
Barns Mrs E V, widow E B, h 1080 Railroad Avenue 
Barns Miss Lena R, h 1080 Railroad Avenue 
Barns Miss Sarah E, h 1080 Railroad Avenue 
Barnes J S (Emma E), h 313 e Bragg 
Barnes V E, wks Gr I & C Co, h 511 5^ s Elm 
Barringer Jno A (Mattie), Attorney at Eaw, 113 Court 

Square, h 316 s Ashe 
Bastine W E, cigar mfr, r 218 Lewis 
Bayne J W (Julia E), mechanic, h 509 s Spring 
Beal Edward, wks Hucomuga, h Bellvue beyond McCulloch 
Beall Rev B E (J E), (Wakefield Hdw Co), h 221 e Lee 
Beall Geo L, wks Wakefield Hardware Co, h 221 e Eee 
Beall E G, wks Cox-Ferree, h 221 e Eee 
Beall Miss Meta E, h 221 e Eee 
Beall R B (Wakefield Hardware Co), h 221 e Eee 
Beall Dr W P (Henrietta S), physician, 117 Court Square, 

h 404 Asheboro 
Beard E L, wks J E King & Co, bds 214 e Market 
Beasley Mrs Frances, widow Wm J, h 305 n Edgeworth 
Beasley W C, plumber, bds 301 n Elm 
Bell David, carpenter, h 117 s Davie 
Bell E M (E C) mechanic, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Bell Miss M E, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Bell S V, wks Eagle Foundry, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Bell, Miss Siddie, h 117 s Davie 
Benbow C D (Eizzie C), bookkeeper Merchant Grocery Co, 

h III w Sycamore 
Benbow DrDWC, hiiiw Sycamore 
Benbow House (B J Fisher, proprietor; A N Perkins, 

manager), i20j4 and 122 s Elm 
Benbow House Bar (J E DeEorme, bartender), 122 s Elm 
Benbow Miss Eillie, h iii w Sycamore 
Bennett W P (Ella), grocer, 601 e Gaston, h 702 e Market 
Benson W M (Fannie), wks C F & Y V, h 418 Morehead 

Avenue 
Berger H C (H C Berger & Co), bds 414 11 Elm, r 340 n 

Elm 
Berger H C & Co, leaf tobacco, 112 and ii4Fayetteville 
Bernard Miss Imogen E, h 351 Asheboro 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— WHITE. 43 



Bernard Miss M Joanna, h 351 Asheboro 

Bernard Thomas (Virginia S), roadmaster So Ry, li 351 

Asheboro 
Bernard Miss Virginia H, h 351 Asheboro 
Berriman James, h 707 Bilbro Alley 
Bethel Wni, servant, li 703 Asheboro 
Bevill Miss Dora, h 417 w Market 
Bevill & Walker (W E Bevill, J M Walker), leaf tobacco, 

120 and 122 n Elm 
Bevill W E (Bevill & Walker), bds 417 w Market 
Bierd W G, yard foreman So Ry 

Bilbro H C (M A), foreman Coal Shnte, h 503 w Lee 
Bilbro J R (Rhodema), car inspector So Ry, h 433 w Bragg 
Bilbro Miss Eizzie, h 503 w Lee 
Bilbro Mrs Mary, widow Peyton, h 515 w Lee 
Bilbro Miss Nellie, h 503 w Lee 
Billings J M, shoemaker, 113 s Elm, bds s Elm 
Bingham Miss Jennie W, teacher Normal 
Binkley Robert L, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 407 w Bragg 
Bird Jas A (Alice W), (Coble & Bird), h 311 Belle Meade 

Avenne 
Bishop Robert, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, h beyond limits 
Bivens J R, manager So Gr Pharmacy, bds 508 Asheboro 
Black Miss Lizzie, h 114 w Gaston 
Black Mrs Martha, widow, weaver Hucomuga, h 867 

Bellvue 
Blackburn Miss Minnie, h 240 Belle Meade Avenue 
Blackburn W J (Emma V), (Smith, Blackburn & Co), h 

417 w Market 
Blackburn Wm (Emma), trav salesman, h 217 w Market 
Blair Dorian H (Adeline C), wks Odell Hardware Co, h 

809 Pearson 
Blair Miss Etta, h 329 e Bragg 
Blair Lee T (Johnsie M), Principal South Gr Graded 

School, h 633 Asheboro 
Blair W J, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 329 e Bragg 
Blair W M, wks Gr Sa and B Co, bds 628 s Ashe 
Blake Geo (Gr Seed and Plant Co), 228 s Elm, h bey lims 
Blanchard J E (Carrie L), repairer clocks, etc, h 917 Walker 

Avenue 
Blaylock S G (Minnie S), foreman Guilford Lumber Mfg 

Co, h 323 w Lee 
Blumenfeld H (Racket Store), 114W Market 

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Bobo Mrs S E, widow D C, wks Cox-Ferree, h 238 e 

Washington 
Boddie Miss Viola, teacher Normal 
Bogart C B, wks Bank of Guilford, h 406 Church 
Bogart Hall, 208 w Market 
Bogart W B (M A), Cashier Bank of Guilford, h 406 

Church 
Bogart W F (Julia D), wks Bank of Guilford, h 313 

Ivindsay 
^oggs J H (Maggie), wks So F & W Co, h Carolina street 
Boggs Olivia J, h Carolina street, Coneville 
Booker Miss Maggie D, h 453 e Whittington 
Boon Joseph, wks D E Thomas, h 221 s Davie 
Boon J C (Julia C), carpenter, h 221 s Davie 
Boone B A, wks LA Darden, h 219 Eindsay 
Boone J H, h 219 Eindsay 
Boone Mrs O E, widow, h 2 1 9 Eindsay 
Booth Mrs Fannie, h 320 n Greene 
Boroughs T F, farmer, hnr cor Chestnut and Hendrix 
Bosher R T, wks S J McCauley 
Boss Miss Elizabeth, h 245 Belle Meade Avenue 
Bowles D A (Mary K), carpenter, h 610 Morehead Ave 
Bowman J R, carpenter, h 812 s Elm 
Bowman Mrs P A, widow Richard, h 630 s Elm 
Boyd Mrs Berta, widow R F, h 614 w Market 
Boyd Jas E (Sarah), attorney at law, 102 Court Square, h 

220 w Washington 
Boyles Miss Blanche, h 130 s Mendenhall 
Boyles Frank C, wks Gr Natl Bank, h 130 s Mendenhall 
Boyles J H, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 130 s Mendenhall 
Boyles M M, wks Cox-Ferree, h 130 s Mendenhall 
Brackin Mrs J A, widow Dr Saml, h 317 and 319 w Mar- 
ket 
Bradley Miss N May, h 129 w Schenck 
Brand A W, trav salesman J E King & Co, r 359 s Ashe 
Brandon N C, pharmacist, wks Richardson & F, bds 115 

w Market, r ii9>^ s Elm 
Brandon Wm J (Queenie), auctioneer Banner Warehouse, 

h 113 s Gilmer 
Brannon Miss Mamie, clerk, 109 w Market, bds 109)^ 

w Market 
Branson Guy (Ada), wks Gr Fu M Co, h Eaurie and So 

Ry nr Normal 



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Bray A B (Bray Bros), h 408 s Spring 

Bray C A (Mary E), (Bray Bros), h 408 s Spring 

Bray Bros (C A & A B Bray), leaf tobacco, 246 and 248 

Belle Meade Avenue 
Bredow Mrs A E, widow Richard, h 130 Price 
Brent Miss Sallie A, boarding house, 127 Church 
Bridges B M, tel operator, W U T Co, bds 356 s Elm 

Briggs , wks C F & Y V, bds 124 Buchanan 

Broadway , wks So F't Dep, bds 318 e Washington 

Brock Mrs A Josephine, widow Jesse, h 900 Vance 
Brockmann A J (Bertha), grocer, 412 e Market, h 410 e 

Market 
Brockmann C J (Margaret), Mgr Brockmann School, h 

1161^ w Market 
Brockmann Miss Emma, h 410 e Market 
Brockmann Frank, h 410 e Market 
Brockmann Frank (Tilda), h 973 e Washington 
Brockmann J E (Fannie E), (Thacker & Brockmann), h 

243 e Washington 
Brockmann Miss Eaura E, principal Brockmann School, h 

410 e Market 
Brockmann School of Music, 116^ w Market 
Broadnax Dr J Q (Ella B), physician, 207 w Market, h 209 

w Market 
Broadnax J G Jr (Margaret B), h 209 w Market 
Brodrick Geo E (Sallie S), insurance, h 1043 w Market 
Brooks A F (Sarah C), contractor, h 636 s Elm 
Brooks Frank A, wks R W Brooks, h 636 s Elm 
Brooks Geo B, wks C F & Y V, bds 414 n Elm 
Brooks Miss Katie, h 731 Pearson 
Brooks Miss Eula, h 625 s Elm 
Brooks rianufacturing Co (C G Wright, President, R W 

Brooks, Secretary and Treasurer), mfrs hogshead 

heads and staves, 205 and 207 w Bragg 
Brooks R H, wks Odell Hdw Co, r 313 w Washington 
Brooks R W (Catherine A), Secretary and Treasurer Brooks 

Mfg Co. Eumber office 123 Lewis, h 625 s Elm 
Brooks Miss Sallie, h 637 s Elm 
Brooks T T, lumber, h 637 s Elm 
Brooks Walter B (Mary B), (African Blood Cure Co), bds 

414 n Elm 
Brower C E, tel operator C F & Y V, bds 515 Julian 
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noj Brown Clarence R (Anna), professor Normal, bds ^yy s 
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5g(^ Brown C S (Margaret), grocer, 606 e Washington, h 518 
I5D I e Washington 

|.S^'j Brown E A, wks J L, King & Co, r 359 s Ashe 
"i^^r I Brown H L, h 508 w Washington 
a| , j Brown ]\Irs Mattie W, wife H L, dressmaker, h 508 w 

Washington 
Brown Miss Ida, h 518 e Washington 
Brown & Leonard (Wm Brown, J A Leonard), h 515^ s 

Elm 
Brown ]\Iiss Eake S, h 414 n Elm 
Brown IMiss Enla, h 508 w Washington 
Borwm E C H (Flora H), tobacco buyer office Banner 

Warehouse, h 107 e Gaston 
Brown E C H Jr, wks J S Cobb & Co, h 107 e Gaston 
Brown Miss Martha E, wks Mrs A S Cator, bds 127 Church 
Brown Miss Minnie, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Brown Mrs N A, widow, h 414 n Elm 
Brown Miss N O (Sample Brown Merc Co), h 414 n Elm 
Brown Miss Rodonnah E, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Brown Rufus A (May), paper hanger and decorator, h 508 

w Washington 
Brown Sample flercantile Co (Sample S Brown, E P 

Parker, Geo A Dick, Miss N O Brown), dry goods, 

225 s Elm 
Brown Sample S (Helen G), (Sample Brown INIercantile Co), 

h 118 w Washington 
Brown Sam'l (Emma), (Sam'l Brown Co), h 507 Walker 

Avenue 
Brown Sam'l Co, builders and contractors, 507 Walker 

Avenue 
Brown Scott, mgr Clegg's, h 368 s Elm 
Brown Miss Tesora, h 518 e Washington 
Brown Wm (Brown & Eeonard), bds cor C F & Y V and 

So Ry 
Brown Wm A, wks Rankin & Bro, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Brown Wm B, farmer, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Browning J M (A Eaura), wks So F and W Co, h 235 e 

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Bruere Miss Alice H, teacher Normal, bds 998 Spring 

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Bryant Miss Dixie Lee, teacher Normal, bds 998 Spring 

Garden 
Bryant F B, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 405 w Bragg 
Bryant J F, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 407 w Bragg 
Bryson Miss Minnie, wks Mrs A S Cator, h 454 Gorrell 
Bnchanan Mrs Emma, widow W K, li 120 Buchanan 
Buchanan H S, clerk So F't Dep, bds 120 Buchanan 
Buchanan Mrs Mary A, widow, h 511^ s Elm 
Buchanan Mrs Mary Ann, widow Calvin, h 102 n Davie 
Buchanan M C, student, h 120 Buchanan 
Buchanan Mrs Mary F, widow Frances, h 102 n Davie 
Buchanan Thomas, h 2 10 s Ashe 
Buck B F (Welthie) h 415 e McCulloch 
Buck Jesse M, h 415 e McCulloch 
Bugbee Mrs D C, widow Putnam P, h 119 n Gilmer 
Buie Fodie M, teacher Normal 
Bullard P M (Hettie) (J C Olive & Co) h cor So Ry and 

Kildare nr Normal 
Bumpass Miss Eugenia H, h 114 s Mendenhall 
Bumpass Mrs Frances M, widow Rev Sidney D, h 114 s 

Mendenhall 
Bunch Rev W A (Nannie) h 428 Arlington 
Burch J D (Alice) mail carrier, h 238 e Washington 
Burnside C B, clerk, bds 356 s Elm 
Burroughs F A, flagman, r 202 s Ashe 
Burrow J Milton, brick layer, bds 226 Smith 
Burton C G, wks J H Whitt & Co, r ii6>^ e Market 
Busick, J J, wks J W Jones, h 403 w Market 
Butner F P, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 117 e McCulloch 
Byers Jno (Nannie) artist, bds 203 w Whittington 
Bynum & Bynum (Jno G Bynum, W P Bynum, Jr) attor- 
neys at law, 106 Court Square 
Bynum Jno Gray (Hennie E) (Bynum & Bynum) h 305 n 

Elm 
Bynum Wade, carpenter, h 810 Pearson 
Bynum W P Jr (Mary F) Bynum & Bynum) h 501 Ar- 
lington 
Caldcleugh E M (E M Caldcleugh & Bro) h 2191^ s Elm 
Caldcleugh E M & Bro (E M and Robt Caldcleugh) crockery, 

tinware and furniture, 219 s Elm 
Caldcleugh Robt A (E M Caldcleugh & Bro) h 219^^ s 

Elm 
Calder W H, wks C F & Y V yard, h rear 429 e Washington 



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Caldwell Miss Bettie D, h 221 w Market 
Caldwell D F, pres Bank of Guilford, h 219 w Market 
Caldwell J S, attorney at law, 108 n Elm, bds 127 Church 
Caldwell Miss Pattie H, stenographer, h 221 w Market 
Callum Miss Cornie, h 417 Church 
Callum Drug Co (J R Callum) drugs, 340 s Elm 
Callum Jas C (Maggie P) propr Piedmont Excelsior Co 
Callum Dr J R (Mary C) (Callum Drug Co) h 417 Church 
Callum M K (Lelia H) trav salesman, h 416 Church 
Callum Wm L/ (I^ila B) trav salesman, h 407 Church 
Campbell J D, boss carder Proximity Mfg Co 
Campbell, R G (Jane) supt Proximity Mfg Co 
Campbell W R, shoemaker, 222 Lewis, h 858 Vance 
Canady J A (Cinderella) railroad engineer, h rear 202 s 

Mendenhall 
Cantieri Stephen (Collins & Cantieri) bds 335 s Elm 
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Freight Depot and General 

Offices, nr cor Asheboro and Gorrell 
Cape Fear flanufacturing Co (O R Cox, President; Jno A 

Hodgiii, Secretary and Treasurer). Mfrs lumber and 

building material, 209 and 211 Eewis 
Caracole Mrs. Elizabeth, widow Sims, h 233 s Davie 
Carden J W (Nancy A) carpenter, h 317 e Washington 
Carmalt L J, railroad employe, r 104 s Crreene, bdsBenbow 

House 
Carpenter Francis W (Alice E) bookkeeper So F and W 

Co, h 529 n Greene 
Carr J M (O W Carr & Co) h College Alley nr Gr Fem 

College 
Carr Miss Maie, librarian Gr Fem College 
Carr O W (O W Carr & Co) 233 >4 s Elm 
Carr O W & Co (O W Carr, J M Carr, W C Carr) general 

insurance, 233^ s Elm 
Carr W C (Eula B) (O W Carr & Co) h 202 s Mendenhall 
Carr W J (Ella W) wks So Ry, h 231 Smith 
Carraway Miss Daisy F, h cor Cedar and Belle Meade Ave 
Carraway Miss Irma, State Normal 

Carraway Miss Lola W, h cor Cedar and Belle Meade Ave 
Carraway Rev P J (Mattie) h cor Cedar and Belle Meade 

Ave 
Carraway Mrs W P, matron State Normal 
Carroll T B (Laura L) wks Gr Fu M Co, h 609 s Spring 
Carroll W T (Lizzie) wks So Ry, h 412 e Lee 



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Carson James T (Annie) wks Sergeant M Co, h 234 e 

Market 
Carson Miss Mary, h 234 e Market 

Carter Miss Allie, wks So F and W Co, h Bessemer Ave 
Carter Archibald, wks So F and W Co, h 416 n Greene 
Carter Preston V, bds 115 w Market 
Cartland H H (Henrietta G) merchant tailor, 106 s Elm, h 

417 Asheboro 
Cates J W (Mary F) carpenter, h 808 e Market 
Catlin J E (Berta) insurance adjuster, h 109 s Greene 
Cator Mrs A S, millinery, 112 s Elm, h 127 Church 
Cator Jno S, wks C M Vanstory & Co, h 127 Church 
Causey Mrs Esther H. widow Jno G, h 309 e Market 
Causey Miss Hattie INI, h 327 n Elm 
Causey J F, wks Sergeant M Co, h bey lim.its 
Causey Joseph h, wks Matthews C & S, h 327 n Elm 
Causey Jos M, wks So Ry yard, h 301 e Bragg 
Causey Miss Nettie, h 327 n Elm 
Causey O S (N L) h 321 Gorrell 
Causey P E, wks J J Phoenix, h 308 n Forbis 
Causey Ralph, wks mattress factory, h 512 e Washington 
Causey Robert A, wks So F and W Co, h 309 e Market 
Causey R E (Leonora) h 321 Gorrell 
Causey Rufus, wks So F and W Co, h nr cor Chestnut and 

Hendrix 
Causey Miss Susan, h 301 e Bragg 
Causey T F, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h beyond limits 
Centenary M E Church, 609 Arlington 
Chaffin A P (Lula) painter, r 106 s Davie 
Chandler Augustus A, mgr JS Cobb & Co, h 413W Delphine 
Chandler H A, wks J H West, h 413 w Delphine 
Chandler Henry A, wks J S Cobb & Co, h 413 w Delphine 
Chandler Willis (Fannie) wks Guilf Lumb M Co, h 413 w 

Delphine 
Chapman W H, U S Int Rev Agt, 106 n Elm, bds McAdoo 

House 
Chappell Miss Allie V, h 826 Bellvue 
Chappell Jno R, bicycle repairer, 223 s Elm, h 826 Bellvue 
Cheek Miss Bessie M, seamstress, h 280 East 
Cheek Miss Caroline, h 106 s Greene 
Cheek John W (Nan A) carpenter, h 280 East 
Cheek T L, wks Glascock & Son, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Chrismon G R, driver Steamer Co No i, r no w Gaston | 

AlmOna Cream LlOtlOn, satisfactory nfo^neyTefund^ed. Sold 
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Chrismon J Robert, nigr J W Jones, 112 w Market, h. 30-1 

e Market 
Chrismon Jno R (Workman & Chrismon) h 301 e Market 
Chrismon Mrs Mary A, widow Jno, h 301 e Market 
City Hall, cor Davie and Sycamore 
City ]\Iarket cor Davie and Sycamore 
Clapp Miss Bertha, h 211 w Gaston 
Clapp C A (Lula) (Aiken & Clapp) h 213 e Market 
Clapp Miss Etta, wks H H Cartland, h 313 e Market 
Clapp Mrs Sarah, widow, h 911 Asheboro 
Clapp W A (Lnella) carpenter, h 211 w Gaston 
Clarida W F (Mattie E) mail carrier, h e Braggr between 

Macon and Sevier 
Clark Miss Alma, wks Hucomuga, h 102 e McCulloch 
Clark Lacy, bookkeeper, bds 202 s Ashe, r 202 w Sycamore 
Clark Mrs M A, widow Jno, h 415 e Market 
Clark W C (Clara) wks F V Snell, h 102 e McCulloch 
Clary Joseph W, wks Morris & Co, h 323 Lindsay 
Clary W J (Alice P) (Morris & Co) h 323 Lindsay 
Claxton P P (Elizabeth) professor Normal, h 517 w Market 
Clegg's European and American House (W F Clegg, Prop'r) 

368 s Elm 
Clegg L L (Lilian) bakery and confectionery, 358 s Elm, 

bds 368 s Elm 
Clegg W F (W F Clegg & Bro) (Clegg's European and 

American House) cigar factory over Clegg & Bro., r 

368 s Elm 
Clegg W F & Bro (W F and Z V Clegg) wholesale pro- 
duce and commission, 364 s Elm 
Clegg Z V (W F Clegg & Bro) bds 368 s Elm 
Clement Jno (Emma G) wks Hucomuga, bds 205 w 

Whittington 
Clendenin Clarence C, tel messenger, h 822 Pearson 
Clendenin H W (Nannie B) wks C F & Y V Ft Dep, h 825 

Pearson 
Clendenin J B, wks Reece & Elam, h 822 Pearson 
Clendenin Miss Lou, h 634 Asheboro 
Clendenin Leon, student, h 822 Pearson 
Clendenin Miss Maud E, h 822 Pearson 
Cleveland H T (Elizabeth W) h 809 Pearson 
Clifton J A (Ida A) ticket agt C F & Y V, h 740 Pearson 
Clifton J W, dep'y sheriff, h Laurie and Spring Garden 

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Clotfelter Mrs Annie, widow WE, h 121 Bain 

Cobb H W (Jennie S) nigr Gr Leaf Department Am Tob 

Co, h 340 n Elm 
Cobb J S (Nannie) (J S Cobb & Co) h 337 n Elm 
Cobb J S & Co (J S Cobb, C G Wright) leaf tobacco, 245 

n Greene 
Cobb Mrs Nancy C, h beyond 908 Asheboro 
Coble & Bird (M L Coble, J A Bird) barber shop, 311 s 

Elm 
Coble Miss Dona F, h 1006 Spring Garden 
Coble Geo H (Eanra S) railroad conductor, h 444 Church 
Coble G O, mgr Hucomuga, h 449 e Whittington 
Coble H C, Clerk Reg of Deeds, bds 341 n Greene 
Coble Mrs L E, widow Geo, h 210 n Davie 
Coble Mrs M B, widow D A, h 444 Church 
Coble Miss Mary I, h 210 n Davie 
Coble M E (Coble & Bird) r 330>< s Elm 
Coble Miss Nora M, h 1006 Spring Garden 
Coble P R (Elizabeth J) h 1006 Spring Garden 
Coble T D (J M Hendrix & Co) lives nr Pleasant Garden 
Coffin Miss Carrie E, h 450 Arlington 
Coffin Miss Eucy C, h 364 s Ashe 
Coffin W E (Eucy J) ticket agt So Ry, h 364 s Ashe 
Coggins E M, carpenter, r 346 s Ashe 
Coit Miss Eaura, teacher. State Normal 
Cole J Early, painter, h 406 e Eee 
Cole J H (Bettie S) wks So Ft Dep, h 406 e Eee 
Cole J P, yard conductor So Ry, h 406 e Eee 
Coleman J H (Frances A) locksmith and repairing, 108 

Court Square, h 316 e Market 
Collins & Cantieri (M C Collins, Stephen Cantieri) saloon, 

329 s Elm 
Collins C C (Banks) Agt So Exp Co, h 224 w Market 
Collins D H (Maggie C) sewing machines, etc, 217 s Elm, 

h 302 s Ashe 
Collins M C (M) (Collins & Cantieri) h 356 s Elm 
Collins W M, undertaker, 120 s Davie, h 117 e Sycamore 
Coltrane Miss Cora, wks B E Ruben, h 324 w Eee 
Coltrane Jacob E, wks Guilf Eunib M Co, h 324 w Eee 
Coltrane J W (Dora V) carpenter, h 450 Gorrell 
Coltrane Miss Nellie, h 324 w Eee 
Coltrane Miss Susie, h 324 w Eee 



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Combs J H, (Eliza A) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer 

Ave, Coneville 
Combs Nannie M, wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Ave 
Cone Ccesar, Pres Proximity Mfg Co, h Summit Ave, near 

Proximity Mfg Co 
Cone Export and Commission Co (Moses H. Cone, Pres, 

Csesar Cone, Vice Pres, Reuben Ivindheim, Sec and 

Treas) 233 s Elm 
Cone J W (Merchants Grocery Co) bds Benbow House. 
Coneville, suburb north of city , 

Conyers Z V, pharmacist C E Holton, r 303 s Elm, bds 

McAdoo House 
Cook Jno P, (Eleanor), wks So F & W Co, h Magnolia, 

Coneville 
Cooper Miss Georgia, h 205 w Washington 
Cooper Miss Juanita, h 205 w Washington 
Cooper Rev. N M, (M J), h cor Laurie and So Ry, near 

Normal 
Cooper Thomas, (Sallie J), bdg house, 205 w Washington 
Copeland T J, trav. salesman, bds Benbow House 
Corel Miss Mary, h 209 n Cedar 
Corl Miss Bertha, h 220 n Davie 

Corl Chas L, (L Ada), (D W Corl & Son), h 210 Mebane 
Corl D W, (Jennie E), (D W Corl & Son), h 220 n Davie 
Corl D W & Son, (D W. Corl, Chas E Corl), blacksmith 

shop, 215 e Sycamore 
Corl Miss Sallie V, h 220 n Davie 
Court House, cor Elm and Market 
Cox Miss Cora E, h 411 w Eee 

Cox E A, (Mary Lily) wks Steamer Co No. i, h 200 n Elm 
Cox-Ferree Dry Goods Co, (T D Sherwood, Treas), 234 s 

Elm 
Cox J S, (Margaret D), Mgr Gr Furn Mfg Co, h 411 w 

Lee 
Cox J T, (Jane), lab, h 102 n Davie 
Cozart Miss Alta B, teacher Gr Fem College 
Cranford Wm L, wks E R Fishblate, r 113 e Depot 
Cranz Walter, (Tinie), wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer 

Ave, Coneville 
Crawford Miss Dora, h rear No 36 e Market, Jonesboro 
Crawford Jno W, (Alice A), wks E R Fishblate, h 406 w 

Washington 
Crawford Mrs Mary B, wid Reuben, h iii w Sycamore 

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Crawford Miss Ruby, milliner, bds 109^ w Market 

Creech A B, (Lilian), trav salesman, h 605 McGee 

Creech Miss May, h 605 McG^e 

Crim P J, wks Leak Bros & H, bds 214 Buchanan 

Crissman Chas, wks W A Watson, h Summit Ave 

Crittenden Mrs Bettie, wid, h 977 e Washington 

Crittenden Miss Minnie, h 977 e Washington 

Crocker Miss Lizzie, music teacher, h 701 s Elm 

Crocker Mrs L E, wid Rev J T, h 614 w Market 

Crocker Mrs M A, wid J W, seamstress, h 231 Smith 

Crocker Mrs Mary R, wid, h 701 s Elm 

Crown Mills, 701 e Washington 

Crumley H J, pianos and organs, r 368 s Elm 

Crumpley James, painter, bds 209 e Market 

Crutchfield C F (Hattie J) grocer, bdghouse,h 214 Buchanan 

Crutchfield Geo P, hardware, 508 s Elm, bds 208 Buchanan 

Crutchfield W G (Mary D) wks So Ft Dep, h 327 e Market 

Crutchfield Z V, wks Geo P Crutchfield, r 208 Buchanan 

Cummings Miss Carrie, h 401 w Bragg 

Cummings Horace, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 702 Walker Ave 

Cummings N J (A J) wks Stafford's, h 401 w Bragg 

Cummings Wm A, wks Gr Fu M Co, h 401 w Bragg 

Cunninggam Rev J A (Lucy) h 121 s Ashe 

Cunningham Mrs B A, wid J C, h 439 Church 

Cunningham Bros (J Milton and C D Cunningham) coal 

and wood, no Depot 
Cunningham Chas D (Cunningham Bros) h 439 Church 
Cunningham J Harry, wks Cunningham Bros, 11439 Church 
Cunningham J Milton (Faustina) (Cunningham Bros) h 

445 Church 
Curtis Miss Cammie, h 229 n Cedar 
Curtis Edward (Ella) wks J J Stone, h 524^2 s Elm 
Curtis H C, wks J J Stone, r 210 s Ashe 
Curtis J C, wks Cape Fear M Co, bds 335 s Elm 
Curtis J K, wks F A Matthews, h 831 Bellvue 
Curtis Miss Lou E, h 229 n Cedar 
Cutchin J R (Lula S) h 249 n Edgeworth 
Daniel Garland (Daniel Hardware Co) hardware and 

bicycles, 223 s Elm 

Darden L A ( ) shoes, 216 s Elm, h 220 s Eugene 

Dare Miss Eva, h 2063 e Market 

Davis Miss Annie, stenographer, h 404 Lithia 

Davis C Arthur, wks Gr Fu M Co, h 628 s Ashe 



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Davis Miss Carrie, h 628 s Ashe 

Davis Mrs D I, wid Charles, h 628 s Ashe 

Davis J H (Mary J) dep'y sheriff, h 423 w Bragg 

Davis Jno H, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 628 s Ashe 

Davis James, lab, bds 226 Smith 

Davis Miss Katie, student Normal, h 404 Lithia 

Davis Miss Mattie D, h 423 w Bragg 

Davis Miss Sallie, teacher, h 404 Lithia 

Davis Miss Sarah C, h 423 w Bragg 

Davis Sam'l W, wks Eagle Fndry, h 403 w Market 

Day James R, Steward Keeley Institute, r looi^ s Elm 

Dean Miss Ella, dressmaking. 1071/ w Market 

Dean Miss Josie, dressmaking, 107^ w Market 

Debnam Miss Mollie F, solicitor Orphan's Friend, h 514 w 

Market 
Debnam Miss Virginia A, dressmaker, h 514 w Market 
DeButts D D (Fannie T) trav salesman, h 311 Asheboro 
DeButts Miss Margaret L, h 311 Asheboro 
DeButts R H, wks So F't Dep, h 311 Asheboro 
DeButts Miss Sarah E, h 311 Asheboro 
DeLancy Miss Annie, wks So F and W Co, h Carolina 
DeEancy Mrs E V, wid W P, wks So F and W Co, h Caro- 
lina 
DeEorme J E (Ida G) bartender, Benbow House Bar, h 414 

n Greene 
Denny Miss Alice, h 341 n Greene 
Denny Emmett, conductor So Ry yard, bds cor C F & Y 

V and So Ry 

Denny G A, truck farmer, h 640 Chestnut 
Denny Q W (Margaret J) grocer, iii e 

Chestnut 
Dettmering F (Carolina M) h 219 Mebane 
Dettmering Miss Mary C, h 219 Mebane 
Dettmering Miss Theresa C, h 219 Mebane 
Devenish D G (E A) wks So F & W Co, h 135 Smith 
Devin W A, clerk revenue office, bds 218 e Washington 
Devlin J H, wks Cone Exp & Com Co 
DeWitt James B (Mattie) mgr J F Jordan & Co and African 

Blood Cure Co, bds 205 w Washington 
DeWitt T J (Sallie F) wks So Ft Dep, bds cor C F & Y 

V and So Ry 

Dick Miss Annie W, h 218 n Elm 



Market, h 640 



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Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



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Dick Miss Chat, dressmaker, r 215 e Market 

Dick Geo A (Rosa S) (Sample Brown Mercantile Co) h 658 
Chestnut 

Dick Jno M (Mary A) propr Greensboro Steam Laundry, h 
443 Church 

Dick Mrs Julia G, h 312 n Elm 

Dick Mrs Lucy M, wid James W, h 443 Church 

Dick Miss Parthenia M, h 218 n Elm 

Dick Judge R P (Mary E) U S District Court Judge, h 480 
Church 

Diffee W S, trav salesman Odell Hdw Co, r 313 w Wash- 
ington 

Dillard Mrs Anne I, wid Judge J H, h 322 w Gaston 

Dillard Drury C, h 322 w Gaston 

Dillard J H (Dixie) atty at law, 100 Court Square, h 322 
w Gaston 

Dillon Miss Sallie, h 856 s Elm 

Dilworth Miss Dora saleswoman, h 202 e Market 

Dilworth Mrs S W, wid iVrrington, bdg house, 202 e Mar- 
ket 

Diviney Steiner, wks Leak Bros & H, h 628 Arlington 

Diviney W O (Barbara A) carpenter, h 628 Arlington 

Dixon Geo (Ellen) carpenter, h 109 s Ashe 

Dixon EaFayette, farm hand, h Church bey limits 

Doak Miss Mamie, wks Thacker & B, h cor Cedar and 
Delphine 

Dobson James (Julia) carpenter, h 301 East 

Dodson Miss Nora, wks So F & W Co, bds 320 n Greene 

Dodson S C (Mary E) cashr So Ft Dep, h 327 e Market 

Dodson Wm C (Eva A) conductor CF& Y V, h 327 e 
Market 

Donnell Miss xA.nnie, h 318 e Washington 

Donnell Geo (Sallie C) h 406 w Gaston 

Donnell H S, wks Hodgin P & Co, h 318 e Washington 

Donnell Jno (Mittie E) h 729 Pearson 

Donnell J R (C M), merch and prov broker, h 220 e Lee 

Donnell Mrs. Susan, wid Jno, h 318 e Washington 

Dorsett C H, (Mary), (Johnson & Dorsett), h 306 e Wash- 
ington 

Doub Miss Laura G, music teacher, h 664 Chestnut 

Doub Mrs S G, wid W C, h 664 Chestnut 

Douglas Miss Madelene, student Normal, h 519 Asheboro 

Douglas R D, h 519 Asheboro 



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Douglas R n (Jessie M), atty at law, 115 s Elm, h 519 s 

Aslieboro 
Douglas Stephen A, h 519 s Asheboro 
Duffy Miss Agnes, h 703 n Greene 
Duffy Edward, h 703 n Greene 
Duffy Miss Kate, loio Spring Garden 
Duffy James, (Mary), keeper Green Hill Cemetery, li 703 n 

Greene 
Duffy E E, (Alice), grocer, 902 Spring Garden, h loio 

Spring Garden 
Duffy Miss Nannie, h lOio Spring Garden 
Dmnas Geo, (Missouri E), li 205 w Whittington 
Duncan W T, painter, 226 s Davie, h bey limits 
Eagle Foundry (W J Teague) stoves, etc, 522 s Elm 
East W B (Nora E) wks So Ft Dep, h 113 s Ashe 
Eckel A P, h 337 s Davie 
Edwards Miss Mattie, h 324 n Greene 
Edwards W J, foreman Gr B & T Co 
Edwards W O, clerk, bds 356 s Elm 
Elam H J, (Eizzie), (Reece & Elani), h 240 e Market 
Elam Mrs N R, wid S S, h 213 e Washington 
Eldridge F S, (Emma F), h 605 w Market 
Eldridge F W, wks J W Scott & Co, h 605 w Market 
Eldridge Miss Hattie, teacher Graded School, h 605 w 

Market 
Eldridge Miss Pearl, h 605 w Market 
Eldridge Miss Ruby S, student, h 605 w Market 
Eller Miss Bessie, h 234 Belle Meade Ave 
Eller Miss Carrie, h 234 Belle Meade Ave 
Eller Judge W H, (Hattie A), with Keeley Inst, h 234 

Belle Meade Ave 
Ellett Francis M, Jr, (Elizabeth B), wks So F & W Co, 

h 312 Church 
Ellington Neil (Ida S) Pres Greensb Natl Bank, h 505 w 

Market 
Ellington Robt, (Maggie) shftg engineer, So Ry, bds 327 

s Davie 
Ellington W W, (Laura S) broker, h 236 n Edgeworth 
Elliott Miss Ada B, h 515 e Bragg 
Elliott Miss Ella, h 623 s Ashe 
Elliott Mrs Isabella, wid S D, h 515 e Bragg 
Elliott J O, (R T), wks Guilf E M Co, h 623 s Ashe 
Elliott Miss Julia F, h 515 e Bragg 

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Elliott h T, (Mattie D), wks Guilf L M Co, li 623 s Ashe 

Elliott Miss Mattie A, li 515 e Bragg 

Elliott Miss M Nora, dressmaker, h 515 e Bragg 

Elliott W R, (M Ida), mechanic, h 515 e Bragg 

Ellis Mrs Lily, wife S R, bdg house, 115 w Market 

Ellis S R, wks So Exp Co, h 115 w Market 

England Mrs Mary, wife R E, bkkpr, h 251 Belle Meade 

Ave 
England R E, mgr Singer Mfg Co, h 251 Belle Meade Ave 
England W C, agt Singer Mfg Co, h 223 Mebane 
Epps Orlo, (Carrie), Prof A & M College, h 808 Walker 

Ave 
Erwin, Albert, wks Daniel Hdw Co, h Asheboro 
Erwin A R, (Tucker & Erwin), h w Sycamore 
Evans Miss Jennie, h rear 1004 s Cedar 
Everett Miss Mamie, h 438 Gorrell 
Fariss, Mrs A G, wid Joseph, h 214 w Washington 
Fariss Jno B, (Richardson & Fariss), h 214 w Washington 
Farlow Miss Mary, dressmaker, 330 ^< s Elm 
Farmers' Warehouse (J H Whitt & Co), 241 and 243 n 

Greene 
Farrar M R, (W B Farrar & Son), h 422 Church 
Farrar W B, (Mattie D), (Farrar & Son), h 422 Church 
Farrar W B & Son, jewelers and opticians, 102 s Elm 
Feagan Miss Gertrude C, wks St Laundry, h 302 n Davie 
Feagan Thomas K, (Roxana) carriage painter, h 302 n 

Davie 
Fentress F S, grocer, s Ashe bey lims 
Fentress J R, (L E), wks Portner B Co, h 122 w Lee 
Fentress Julius, wks E G Newcomb, h 535 s Elm 
Fentress Ross, wks Gr Furn M Co, bds 208 Buchanan 
Ferguson Miss Mary, bkkpr Gr Sa & B Co, bds 615 w 

Market 
Fesmire H W, carpenter, h 422 n Greene 
Fields Chas, wks Houston & Bro, r 215 s Elm 
Fields Mrs E, wid, h 447 Arlington 
Fields F M (Hattie E) saloon 501 s Elm, h 358 w Lee 
Fields J E (S V) carpenter, h 839 Bellvue 
Fields Julian, engineer North & Watson, h bey Pomona 
Fields Mrs Laura, wid J B, h 210 w Washington 
Fields Wm (Annie) h 447 Arlington 
Files J A (V Ada) shoe shop 102 n Davie, r do 
Finlator R W, wks Glascock & Son, bds 124 Buchanan 

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First Presbyterian Church Dr J Henry Smith and Dr 

E W Smith, co-pastors, cor Chnrch and Davie 
Fishblate E R (Fannie) clothing, 230 s Ehn, h 203 s Eugene 
Fisher B J, propr Benbow House 
Fitzmaurice Jno R (Annie) with Thos Vv^oodroffe, h 421 

Arlington 
Fleming Miss Ava E, teacher Gr Fern College 
Fleming W C, wks H W Cobb, h w Gaston bet Eugene 

and Edgeworth 
Floyd Mrs Ida, wid, h 815 Walker Ave 
Floyd Miss Fannie E, teacher, h 219 Mebane 
Flynn W C (Mary W) gen'l news agent, h 834 w Market 
Fogleman E W, wks Sergeant M Co, h 1057 e Washington 
Fogleman W I, sectionmaster C F & Y V, h cor C F & Y V 

and So Ry 
Fonda J E (Rosine P) trav salesman, h 130 Price 
Fonda Miss Minta, h 1 30 Price 
Fonville Mrs Eula C, h 322 Asheboro 
Forbis C O (W R Forbis & Co) r ii6>^ e Market 
Forbis J W (Sallie) postmaster, h 243 n Edgeworth 
Forbis Ney, wks So Gr Pharmacy, h 330 e Bragg 
Forbis W R (Mary) (W R Forbis & Co) h 330 e Bragg 
Forbis W R & Co (W R and C O Forbis) furniture, 118 and 

120 e Market 
Forgis Jno W, wks Stafford's, h 401 w Bragg 
Forney E J (Annie E) prof Normal, h Spring Garden bey 

Normal 
Forsyth A C, wks Clegg & Bro, bds 368 s Elm 
Fort Melville V, prof Normal 
Fortune R G (R G Fortune & Co) r 310 s Spring 
Fortune R G & Co (R G Fortune and M Schiffman) dry 

goods and notions, 328 s Elm 
Foster Geo, wks So F & W Co, h Carolina, Coneville 
F'oster W J (Sallie) h 900 e Market 
Fountain J I (Jennie E) engineer C F & Y V, h 415 w 

Bragg 
Foust Mrs Melinda, wid, h 134 n Mendenhall 
Fowler Mrs A E, wid W E, h 115 s Ashe 
Fowler J G, wks H H Cartland, h 115 s Ashe 
Fowler Miss Nellie V, h 115 s Ashe 
Fowler Miss Nettie G, stenographer, h 115 s Ashe 
Fowler R, wks Glascock & Son 
Franklin Mrs Isabella, wid Wm, h 314 Asheboro 



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-Frazier C P*fCetta C) real estate, h 313 w Washington 
Frazier Mrs J A, wid Joseph, h Walker Ave, bey limits 
Frazier W L (Mary W) nigr Wakefield Hdw Co, bds 119 

n Davie 
Freeman Miss Amanda, h 501^^ s Elm 
Freeman Miss Amanda, h 102 n Davie 
Freeman Miss Ida, h 501 )<^ s Elm 
Freeman J F (Sarah A) wks Guilf Enmb M Co, h 501 }<^ s 

Elm 
Freeman Mike (Etta) fireman Steam Laundry, h loio e 

Market, Jonesboro 
Friends Church, Rev J R Jones, pastor, e Lee bet Elm 

and Arlington 
Fries Chaning, carpenter, h 451 Arlington 
Fries J M (S R) carpenter, h 451 Arlington 
Fries Wm E (Carrie M) contractor, h 451 Arlington 
Frost Miss Ella, dressmaker, h 535 s Elm 
Fruit Harry, wks So F & W Co, h 614 Keogh 
Fruit Mrs Hattie E, h 208 w Sycamore 
Fruit Jno T (Orpha) carpenter, h 614 Keogh • 
Fry Miss Delie, h 707 Bilbro Alley 
Fry Geo (Eliza) h 707 Bilbro Alley 
Fry Howell, wks So F & W Co, h 422 Arlington 
Fry H L (ME) chief engineer C F & Y V R R, h 422 

Arlington 
Fry J W, genl mgr CF&YVRR, h 447 w Washington 
Fry Luther, wks Brooks Mfg Co, h 707 Bilbro Alley 
Fry Mrs M C, wid, h 447 w Washington 
Fry Miss Walker, h 422 Arlington 
Fulford Miss Emma, h 406 Church 
Fulford S J, h 406 Church 
Fulton Saml A, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds cor C F & Y V 

and So Ry 
Fuqua T J ( ) mgr Portner Brewing Co, h 226 Fayette- 

ville 
Futch Miss Hattie, h rear No 36 e Market, Jonesboro 
Gaimey Miss Jane T, stenographer So Stock Mutual, bds 

433 w Sycamore 
Gales Frank G (Minnie) wks So F & W Co, h e Second 
Gamble A M, wks Jno Barker, h 108 n Davie 
Gamble Chas W, wks Hendrix & Co, bds 341 n Greene 
Gamble Miss Lizzie, h Bellvue, bey McCulloch 
Gamble R O, (Serena), bkkpr, h 341 n Greene 

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fi ' Gannon Miss Cora, h 202 s Ashe 

J Gardner Franklin B, (Clara), wks Cone Exp and Com Co 
Gardner Henry C, wks Smith & Gardner, h 224 e Wash- 
ington 
Gardner iloward (Anna D), (Smith & Gardner), h 224 e 
2.5^* Washington 

^2^ Garrett Mrs E O, wid Frank, h 209 n Cedar 
Garrett Ernest, painter, h 450 Arlington 
Garrett J M, wks Sergeant M Co, h 912 e ]\Iarket 
Garsed E T, bds Benbow House 

Gaulden G S, (Pattie E) wks J H Harris, h 221 Lindsay 
Gay Frank, (Amelia), wks So F & W Co, h 100 s Greene 
Gay Rev James E, (Margaret), Pastor Centenary M E 

Church, h 415 e McCulloch 
Gentry J W, (Mabel M), engineer So Ry, h 119 w Schenck 
Geriner Miss L A, dressmaker, h 403 w Market 
Giles J A, produce and commission, cor s Elm and Railroad 

h Asheboro, bey lims 
Gilliland J H, (Mamie J), conductor So Rv, h 209 e Eee 
Gilmer A E, (J M Hendrix & Co) 
Gilmer E L, (Merch Grocery Co), h 312 n Elm 
Gilmer Jno A, atty at law, 108 n Elm, h 312 n Elm 
Gilmer R A, (Minnie A), wks J H Whitt & Co, h 512 

Asheboro 
Gilmer Mrs Sallie L, wid Jno A, h 312 n Elm 
Gilmer Sam'l L, (Ora K) trav salesman, h 414 n Elm 
Glascock G T (Mattie I) (Glascock & Son) h 634 Asheboro 
^ Glascock G T & Son (G T and T A Glascock) foundry, 
^ 208-212 Lewis 

Glascock L L, trav salesman, h 634 Asheboro 

Glascock Miss Ruby R, h 634 Asheboro 

Glascock T A (Glascock & Son) h 634 Asheboro 

Glass Miss Jane, professional nurse, h 202 s Ashe 

Glass Miss Nancy, h 444 Gorrell 

Glenn James D (Mary) fire, life and accident insurance, iiS 

w Market, h 500 Arlington 
Glenn L E (Mamie) baker, h 850 s Elm 
Glenn Miss Lucy, h 517 w Market 
Glenn R G, insurance, 108 s Elm, h 517 w Market 
Glenn Tyre (Kate G) (Greensboro Spoke and Bending 

Works) h 520 w Washington 
Goins Miss Maggie, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Golden Miss Annie J, h 225 Lindsay 

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Golden A J (Lou A) contractor, h 225 Lindsay 

Golden E D, wall paper, etc, 115 e Market, h 225 Lindsay 

Golden Henry, painter, li 436 n Greene 

Golden Mrs L A, mgr E D Golden, li 225 Lindsay 

Golden S J (Sarah) painter, h 436 n Greene 

Golden Sam'l, painter, bds 324 n Greene 

Goodlett Joel Jr, wks So Exp Co, bds 356 s Elm 

Goodman Miss Carrie, h Cedar bet Gaston and Belle Meade 

Ave 
Goodman R L (Ida G) insurance, li Cedar bet Gaston and 

Belle Meade Ave 
Goose Grease Liniment Co (R F Rice, Pres., T B Rice, 

Mgr, J J Nelson, Secy and Tr) 105 e Market .^ 

Gorrell Miss Charlotte J, h 214 w Washington 

Gorrell Mrs C C, r 109)^ w Market 

Gorrell Mrs Carrie L, wid Frank N, h 218 s Ashe 

Gorrell G W (Nannie J) wks R P Gorrell, h 204 w Lee 

Gorrell Mrs Jennie, wid Jno, h 204 w Lee 

Gorrell Miss Lottie R, teacher, bds ii6}4 w Market 

Gorrell Miss Minnie, h 218 s Ashe 

Gorrell R P (Emma L) saloon, 341 s Elm, h 400 s Men- 

denhall 
Gouch T E, railroad flagman, bds 115 w Market 
Graham Jno B, asst ticket agt So Ry, h 113 s Ashe 
Graves Mrs C M, wid Dr C E, h 438 Gorrell 
Gray Miss Annie, h 2086 e Market 

Gray R Percy, Pres Mt Airy Granite Co, h 447 w Wash- 
ington 
Grayson Dr C W, physician, bds 735 e Washington 
Greenberg Max, mgr Joseph Weinstein, r 330)^ s Elm 

Greene Mrs , Supt Normal Laundry 

Greensboro Bicycle Club, 116 e Market 

Greensboro Book Store (Mrs M E Howard) 116 s Elm 

Greensboro Brick and Tiling Co (Thos Woodroffe, Pres 

and Mgr) office 301 Walker Ave, works 905 Spring 

Garden 
Greensboro Business College (Hodges &. Lindsey) 112 e 

Market 
Greensboro Female College, Prof Dred Peacock, Pres, 813 

and 825 w Market 
Greensboro Furnace Co (H M Worth, Pres, Edwin Shaver, 

V-Pres, E P Wharton, Secy and Treas, J D Kase, 

Gen'l Mgr, 2nd street, Coneville 



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Greensboro Furniture flanufacturing Co (E W Ivyon, pres, 

J H Millis, secy and treas) 451 Morehead Ave 
Greensboro Gas and Electric Light Co (R J Marks, supt) 

office 115 11 Elm, plant 118 and 120 n Forbis 
Greensboro Ice and Coal Co (P H Eaffiteau, mgr) cor C F 

& Y V and So Ry 
Greensboro National Bank (Neil Ellington, pres, A H 

Alderman, cashier) 235 s Elm 
Greensboro Nursery (Jno A Young, propr) office 228 s Elm 
Greensboro Patriot (W M Barber, propr) 220 s Elm 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Co (J R Mendenhall, J W 

McNairy) 200, 202 and 204 Lewis 
Greensboro Security and Investment Co (J Turner Tate, 

pres, Chas W Tate, secy, etc) 112 n Elm 
Greensboro Seed and Plant Co (Geo Blake, prop'r) 228 s 

Elm 
Greensboro 5poke and Bending Works (F S Eldridge, H E 

Scott, Tyre Glenn) office 506 s Ashe, shop 512 s Ashe 
Greensboro Steam Fire Engine Co, No i, no w Gaston 
Greensboro Steam Laundry (Jno M Dick, prop'r, E A 

Miller, mgr) iii and 113 w Market 
Greensboro Stock Exchange (T N Winslow, mgr) 234^ s 

Elm 
Greensboro Telephone Exchange (T J McAdoo, prop'r) 

1 20 14 e Market 
Greensboro Water Supply Co (J D Glenn, pres, R R King, 

treas) 1045 ^^ Greene 
Gregg W T (Cordelia) telegraph lineman, bds 341 n Greene 
Gregory Miss Emily, h 1036 w Market 
Gregory G G, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 1036 w Market 
Gregory G H (Mary Roxie) h 1036 w Market 
Gregory H T, postoffice inspector, h 1036 w Market 
Gregory Miss Janie, h 1036 w Market 
Gregory Miss Mary W, teacher, 1036 w Market 
Gregory Dr R K (Augusta J) physician, h 406 n Greene 
Gregory Miss Susan C, wks Gr Book Store, h 1036 w 

Market 
Gretter Mrs Lavina, wid Mike, h 202 Fayetteville 
Griffith Dr J W (Edna G) dentist, 2255^ s Elm, h 400 

Church 
Grissom Miss Ida, h 520 w Market 
Grissom Rev W L (Olivia A) (N C Christian Advocate) 

h 520 w Market 

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Groome Pinckney, h 118 s Mendenhall 

Groome Dr P L (Cora M) h 118 s Mendenhall 

Guilford Herald (W M Sherrill, editor and prop'r) 302 s 

Elm 
Guilford Lumber flanufacturing Co (C A Reynolds, pres, 

W D Mendenhall, secy and treas) 524-532 s Ashe 
Gunn Miss Blanche, h 121 s Ashe 
Gunn Mrs E E, wid James, h 121 s Ashe 
Gunter Dr J B (C P) physician, h Church bet Elm and 

Forbis 
Guthrie C V (Margaret A) conductor So Ry, h 411 e Eee 
Guthrie Henry C, clerk, h 411 e Lee 
Guthrie W L, wks J H Phipps, h 411 e Lee 
Hagan Charles T, student, h 354 Church 
Hagan Mrs Clara, wid Adam, h 354 Church 
Hagan Dorsey E (Bessie Y) h 328 Church 
Hagan Miss Edith, h 354 Church 
Hague Geo, insurance agt, bds 377 s Davie 
Hague Miss Sue, bds 377 s Davie 
Haithcock Miss Annie B, h 815 Pearson 
Haithcock Miss Lou I, h 815 Pearson 
Haithcock S S (Lucy A) h 815 Pearson 
Hale John D, wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Ave, Cone- 

ville 
Hall Mrs Fannie M, wid, h 404 Asheboro 
Hall Mrs Joanna J, wid Dr T C, bds 406 Jackson 
Hall Mrs J O, wid Joseph, h 203 w Market 
Hall Mrs Miriam C, wid, h 430 w Market 
Hall Lyndon, wks Thacker & B, h 203 w Market 
Hall N L (E Ruth) bridge supervisor CF&Y V, h 129 

w Schenck 
Hamilton Miss Ada P, seamstress, h 863 s Elm 
Hamilton Claud, wks Hucomuga, bds 203 w Whittington 
Hamilton Zechariah (Emma) wks So Ry, h 828 s Elm 
Hamlet Miss Minnie, wks So F & W Co, h 328 n Greene 
Hamlet Miss Eunice, dressmaker, h 328 n Greene 
Hamlet R W (Virginia) h 328 n Greene 
Hamner Miss Lucy, boarding house, 327 s Davie 
Hamner Miss Rosa, milliner, 107 w Market, r loyyi w 

Market 
Hancock Jane, nurse, h 434 Church 
Hanner Miss Addie, h 1013 Spring Garden 
Hanner Miss Ella, dressmaker, h 711 Church 



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Hanner Floyd, wks So F & W Co, h 711 Church 

Hanner Miss Jennie, h 842 Vance 

Hanner Miss Jennie, wks Hucomuga, h 201 w Whittington 

Hanner J G, wks Cape Fear M Co 

Hanner Miss INIaggie, wks Hendrix & Co, h 711 Church 

Hanner N A (E J) h 420 e McCuUoch 

Hanner N h (Dorcas M) contractor, h 1013 Spring Garden 

Hanner Rob't K (Mary E) lab, h 711 Church 

Hanner S A, wks Sergeant M Co, h bey limits 

Hanner Miss Street E, h 711 Church 

Hardin J A (Susan M) h 927 Pearson 

Hardin Miss Jennie E, wks R G Fortune & Co, h 927 

Pearson 
Hardin J R (Rettie E) clerk, h 411 e McCuUoch 
Hardin Eonnie, clerk, cor Doiiglas and Pearson 
Harkness J P (Ellie H) wks J C Olive & Co, h 2 13 e Eee 
Harrigan Matt, h 331 w Eee 

Harrill Miss Fannie, wks So Exp Co, bds 356 s Elm 
Harrington H G, wks C F Thomas, h 625 Arlington 
Harrington J Preston, wks Cape Fear M Co, h 625 

Arlington 
Harrington Mrs M A, wid C E, h 625 Arlington 
Harris J H (Annie) harness, etc, 217 s Elm, h 412 e Eee 
Harris J J W, railroad engineer, r 115 w Market 
Harrison Elijah, carpenter, h 711 s Ashe 
Hart Jno (Eon) wks So F & W Co, h nr cor Chestnut and 

Hendrix 
Hartsell Miss Flora, trimmer, bds 109^ w Market 
Hartsell Miss Hattie G, wks Johnson & Dorsett, h 249 n 

Edgeworth 
Hartsell P J (Eula G) wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 535 s Elm 
Hartsell Rob't E (Eottie A) carpenter, h 300 e Bragg 
Harvey Mrs Eunice C, wid Sam'l, h 604 s Ashe 
Harvey H E, wks Reece & Elam, h 604 s Ashe 
Harvey S S, wks S B Kersey, h 604 s Ashe 
Hasten J W (Eeak, Bros & Hasten) bds Benbow House 
Hawkins Miss Fannie M, h 821 Pearson 
Hawkins Miss Kate D, h 821 Pearson 
Hawkins Miss Eelia, h 821 Pearson 
Hawkins Miss Mattie B, h 821 Pearson 
Hawkins Mrs T A, wid Madison, h 821 Pearson 
Hay den J S (Dolly T) grocer, 119 s Davie, r 1 13)^2 e 

Market 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

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Hayes Wm, railroad fireman, bds 205 w Washington 

Hayes W A (Annie) oil, h 309 Church 

Hays Dr J M, physician, 119^ s Elm, h 441 \V Market 

Heath Chas, wks Brooks M Co, h 501 ^ s Elm 

Heath Washington (Elizabeth) wks Brooks M Co, h 501 ^ 

s Elm 
Heberling Mrs W, wid, h 245 Belle Meade ave 
Hedgepeth Claude, wks J S Cobb & Co 
Hedgepeth J T ( ) wks J S Cobb & Co, h 214 Belle 

Meade ave 
Hedrick Robt, wks Hucomuga, h s Elm bey McCulloch 
Heiskell Miss Catherine F, teacher Gr Fern Coll 
Hendley L H, boss weaver Proximity Mfg Co 
Hendrix C A (Katie E) farmer, h nr cor Hendrix and 

Chestnut 
Hendrix E M (Eillie C) broker, h cor Chestnut and Hen- 
drix 
Hendrix J M (M Annie) (J M Hendrix & Co) h 717 Church 
Hendrix Jas fl & Co (J M Hendrix, A E Gilmer, T D 

Coble) dry goods and shoes, 221 s Elm 
Henley C A V, tob fact emp, h 515 Arlington 
Henley Miss Jessie, student, h 515 Arlington 
Henley M C (S C) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 515 Arlington 
Hennessee W A (Mary J) depot lunch counter, h 220 e Eee 
Hepler W L (Hollady & Hepler) h 627 s Ashe 
Hester Mrs M J, wid, bds 121 s Ashe 
Hiatt Chas, boss road machine, bds 415 w Bragg 
Hiatt & Lamb (R G Hiatt, C E Eamb) grocers, 510 s Elm 
Hiatt R G (Mattie L) (Hiatt & Lamb) h 431 w Lee 
Hicks Jacob (Li taker) railroad engineer, h 320 s Menden- 

hall 
Higgins C D (A E) wks Union News Co, h bey 908 

Asheboro 
Higgins E T, wks Union News Co, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Higgins J A, wks Armour Pkg Co, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Higgs Miss Hattie, h 415 Lithia 

Hildesheimer Mrs Minnie, wid J, teacher, h 410 e Market 
Hill Miss Alice, h 524^ s Elm 

Hill D C (Emma I) carpenter, h bey 1043 w Market 
Hill Geo W (Flora S) night watchman, h 524^ s Elm 
Hill Jno, wks Glascock, h 524^ s Elm 
Hill J B, wks Sam'l Brown Co, h loio Spring Garden 
Hill W B, wks J W Scott & Co, bds 224 e Washington 



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Hill W S, li 317 and 319 w Market 
Hilton Mrs Mary, wid Evan, h 604 e Market 
Hilton R B, mail carrier, h 604 e Market 
Hines P R (Dora) dairyman, h 2001 College Ave 
Hinkle A A, li 450 Arlington 
Hinkle C C, li 450 Arlington 
Hinshaw Miss Emma, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Hinshaw J D (E Addie) wks Hncomuga, h 508^ s Elm 
Hinton A A, dep'y sheriff, bds 224 s Ashe 
Hobbs Miss Ella, h 1004 s Cedar 

Hobbs E V, wks So F & W Co, h Carolina, Coneville 
Hobbs Miss Jennie, wks H H Cartland, h Carolina, Cone- 
ville 
Hobbs Miss Mollie J, h Carolina, Coneville 
Hobbs W J (Rachel) carpenter, h Carolina, Coneville 
Hobson Jno, shoemaker, h Ivaurie and Spring Garden bey 

Normal 
Hobson J M (Annie) carpenter, h Eaurie and So Ry 
Hockett O C, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 423 w Eee 
Hodges E J (Hodges & Eindsey) r 112 e Market 
Hodges & Eindsey (E J Hodges, T H Eindsey) (Greens- 
boro Business College) 112 e Market 
Hodgin D A, trav salesman, r 218 e Market 
Hodgin Eugene, wks Rankin & Bro, bds 214 Buchanan 
Hodgin E H, meats, 220 Eewis, h Jacksonville 
Hodgin James A, Treas Peoples Five Cent Sav Bank, h 

405 Asheboro 
Hodgin Jno A (Nannie E) County Treas, and Treas Cape 

Fear Mfg Co, h 630 s Elm 
Hodgin, Pegram & Co (S G Hodgin, W W Mendenhall, 
C B Wilson) groceries and country produce, 516 s Elm 
Hodgin R E, wks Rankin & Bro, bds 214 Buchanan 
Hodgin S Q (Annie J) (Hodgin, Pegram & Co) h 443 King 
Hodgin Miss Vella, h 630 s Elm 
Hodgin W T (Lou E) carpenter, h 605 s Spring 
Hoecker Chas W (Martha) contractor, h 400 Morehead Ave 
Holbrook James, wks Lea & Tate, h 524^ s Elm 
Holbrook Jno, wks Gr Fu M Co, h 524 ^^ s Elm 
Holbrook S S (Lizzie) h 524^^ s Elm 
Holden Clifford, yard conductor So Ry, bds 415 w Bragg 
Holder A W (Maggie) wks So Ry, h 837 s Elm 
Holder Everett, wks Leak Bros & H, h 837 s Elm 
Hollady A W (Hollady & Hepler) h 227 Lewis 



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Hollady & Hepler (A W Hollady, W L Hepler) grocers, 

227 Ivcwis 
Holland L J, railroad flagman, r 115 w Market 
Holley Mrs C H, wid Wm J, h 441 w Market 
Hollowell R Lr (Emma P) truck farmer, h 906 Spring 

Garden 
Holmes Jos A, professor State Normal 

Holt , railroad flagman, r 346 s Ashe 

Holt Geo (Nancy) wks So F & W Co, h bey 1069 n Greene 

Holt J R (Hattie L) h 627 s Ashe 

Holt Miss Mamie E, h 881 s Cedar 

Holt Sarah, h bey 1069 n Greene 

Holton C E (Rosa E) druggist, 303 s Elm, h 312 e Market 

Holton J E (Mary E) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 114 e 

McCulloch 
Hood Abram (Bettie) h 321 Church 
Hooper Chas M, trav salesman Odell Hdw Co, r 218 e 

Market 
Homey Mrs Jennie, wid W E, h 313 e Market 
Horney Rob't P, student, h 313 e Market 
Horney Wm J, student, h 313 e Market 
Horry A R, tel op'r, h 521 Arlington 
Horry Mrs Georgie, wid, h 521 Arlington 
Horry Miss Mary, h 521 Arlington 
Horry Temple, wks So F & W Co, h 521 Arlington 
Hoskins J A, sheriff Guilford County, ofhce Court House, 

bds McAdoo House 
Houston & Bro (S A Kerr, mgr) grocers, 215 s Elm 
Houston Miss Annie B, h 327 n Elm 
Houston Mrs Bettie M (Houston & Bro) wid W M, h 114 

Clay 
Houston Miss Fannie, h 417 Asheboro 
Houston Wm S, h 114 Clay 

Howard J Ernest bkkpr J S Cobb & Co, r 218 n Elm 
Howard Mrs M E (Greensboro Book Store) h 122 Church 
Howard S A, mgr Western Union Tel Co, h 122 Church 
Howell D T (Rosa A) tailor, h 413 Asheboro 
Howell Jno, wks Hucomuga bds 205 w Whittington 
Howlett Eewis C, wks E R Fishblate, r 11 9 >^ s Elm 
Hoyt Wm, carpenter, h 707 Bilbro Alley 
Hucomuga flills (J S Hunter, pres; Rev F J Murdoch, v 

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^ Hudson A L (M Jane) carpenter, h 913 Asheboro 

o Hudson H S, h 715 s Elm 

o I Hudson Mrs I B, seamstress, h 327 w Lee 

Hudson L S (Mary) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Ave 

Hudson S E, wife H S, g^rocer, 513 s Elm, h 715 s Elm 

Hudson Walter, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h Asheboro 

Huff E K (Lewis & Hu£E) 228 s Davie 

Huff J M, painter, bds 209 e INIarket 

Huffman Miss Lizzie, h 323 n Greene 

Hughes ]Mrs Berta, dressmaking, 107^ w IMarket 

Hughes Geo H, tailor, 206 s Davie, h 216 s Forbis 

Hughes J ]\I (Elizabeth) tailor, 206 s Davie, h 216 s Forbis 

Hughes J R (Amelia F) farmer, h 225 Church 

Hughes Mrs Luc)^ S, wid ]\I T, h 213 e Washington 

Hvindley j\Irs E D, wid R T, h 120 w Sycamore 

Hunt J T (I^Iaggie D) wks Cape Fear ^f Co, h 609 McGee 

Hunt P C (M A) railroad flagman, h 445 e Whittington 

Hunt Wm (IMary L) wks J H Phipps, h 830 Bellvue 

Hunter , bkkpr Guilf Lumb M Co, bds 214 Buchanan 

Hunter Henry (Carrie M) groceries, produce and shoes, 122 

and 124 s Davie, h 744 Pearson 
Hunter ]\Iiss Charlie D, wks H H Cartland, h 405 Asheboro 
Hunter J S (Ada G) (J W^ Scott & Co) h 803 Pearson 
Hunter S G, wks Henr}^ Hunter, h 744 Pearson 
Hunter T A (Genie ]\I) wks J W Scott & Co, h 744 Pearson 
Huske C W (Alice) ins agt, bds 377 s Davie 
Hutton Mrs M C, h 515 w Gaston 
Imes Miss Lizzie, h 443 e W'hittington 
Indestructible Bed Spring Co (T^IcAdoo Bros) 120^ e 

Market 
Ingold Wash (Roxie) farm hand, h No i, e Market, Jones- 

boro 
Ireland C H (DeLavolette) secy and treas Odell Hdw Co, h 
^^. 602 w Gaston, plumbing shop 321 s Elm 
Irv'in Mrs C W, h 225 s Greene 
Irving Miss Essie, h 122 Boon 

Iseley Ira B, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 518 Arlington 
Iseley Lewis (Lania) dairj^man, h race track st, Jonesboro 
Iseley L C (Sarah A) wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 518 Arlington 
Jackson IMiss C Maud, h 813 Spring Garden 
Jackson David, h 813 Spring Garden 

Jackson F W (Cora V) yard conductor So Ry, h 413 Jackson 
Jackson G W (Victoria) carpenter, h 320 e McCuUoch 



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Jackson J H (Bettie J) h 328 e L^ee 

Jackson Miss LilHe, h 320 e McCulloch 

Jackson Mrs W G, h 813 Spring Garden 

Jackson W O, wks So Ry, h 328 e Lee 

Jacobs E A, wks Stafford's, bds 320 n Greene 

Jacobs Henry (Hannah) wks H H Cartland, li 245 Belle 
Meade Ave 

Jacobs Thos L, foreman Stafford's, h 601 s Spring 

Jail cor s Elm and Gaston 

James Miss Gladys, bds 230 s Ashe 

James Hennis, blacksmith shop iii e Sycamore, r 407 e 
Market 

James John (Louisa C) painter, h bey 908 Asheboro 

James Mrs T J, bds 230 s Ashe 

Jarrell Alex (Belle) carpenter, h bey 908 Asheboro 

Jarrell J F (Mary) carpenter, h 377 w Bragg 

Jarrell Miss Mary M, h 377 w Bragg 

Jefferson W C (Cora) railroad employe, h Spring Garden 
and Laurie bey Normal 

Jeffreys Miss Callie B, h 340 s Mendenhall 
Jeffreys Miss Claudie U, h 340 s Mendenhall 
Jeffreys Miss Ellen, h 340 s Mendenhall 
Jeffreys J R (Mary A) carpenter, h 231 w Bragg 
Jeffreys M 5 (Lizzie) grocer, 511 s Elm, h 613 s Ashe 
Jeffreys N A (Priscilla F) h 340 s Mendenhall 
Jeffreys S B (Viola) wks So Ry yard, h 545 Lithia 
Jeffreys Wm A (Nancy) carpenter, h 909 Asheboro 
Jeffries W G (Maggie A) wks C F & Y V, h 406 e Mc- 
Culloch 
Jenkins J E (Matilda) engineer Hucomuga, h 836 s Elm 
Jennings Mrs Catherine, wid J R, h 106 s Greene 
Jennings Wm (Emily E) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 125 w Lee 
Job W S (Mary E) wks Hucomuga, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Jobe W A (E C) h 515 Julian 

Johnson A A (Dora) (Johnson & Dorsett) h 444 Gorrell 
Johnson A C (Samantha) h Summit ave nr limits 
Johnson & Dorsett (C C Johnson, A A Johnson, C H Dor- 
sett) dry goods, 206 and 208 s Elm 
Johnson Miss Bessie L, h 804 Asheboro 
Johnson C C (Johnson & Dorsett) h 520 w Gaston 
Johnson Mrs C J, wid U S, h 520 w Gaston 
Johnson David M (P C) wks Gr Sa & B Co, h 804 Ashe- 
boro 

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Johnson Jno P, fireman Gr Sp & B Wks, h cor C F & Y 

V and So Ry 
Johnson J R (Ella) ins agt, h s Elm bey McCulloch 
Johnson J W, tel opr So Ry, bds 318 e Washington 

Johnson Rev Livingston (Fannie M) pastor West Washing- 
ton Street Baptist Church, h 314 n Davie 

Johnson Wm P, gardener, h 327 e Market 

Jones Miss Anna T, h 117 e Lee 

Jones B E (Nannie E) trav salesman, h 618 Asheboro 

Jones Miss Bertha M, h 618 Asheboro 

Jones G A, wks Glascock & Son, bds S'^^H ^ Elm 

Jones G L (Sarah) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Ave 

Jones Rev Horace W (Pattie H) rector St Barnabas Epis- 
copal Church, h 107 s Greene 

Jones I E (Mary E) grocer, 115 Lewis, h 407 w Bragg 

Jones John, carpenter, bds 209 e Market 

Jones J A (Melinda) h 405 w Bragg 

Jones Rev J R, pastor Friends Church, h 117 e Eee 

Jones J S (Mary) mgr Provident Savgs Life Assurance 
Society, 129 s Elm, h 345 n Elm 

Jones J W, groceries, 112 w Market, gen'l mdse 339 s Elm, 
r 339 s Elm 

Jones Mrs Eaura E, wid Martin, h 305 n Elm 

Jones Miss Eucy N, h 618 Asheboro 

Jones Mrs Maggie, h 979 n Greene 

Jones Miss Mamie F, h 117 e Eee 

Jones Miss Nellie E, h 117 e Eee 

Jones S P (Sallie) wks Gr Fu M Co, h 405 w Bragg 

Jones Thomas E, h 979 n Greene 

Jones W A, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 405 w Bragg 

Jones W C (Mattie E) conductor So Ry, h 314 Asheboro 

Jordan Arthur (Susan R) policeman, h 335 n Greene 

Jordan Miss Fannie B, weaver, h 858 Vance 

Jordan J F (Mary W) (J F Jordan & Co) h 223 n Edge- 
worth 

Jordan J F & Co (J F Jordan, E Berkeley) leaf tobacco, 
344 and 344^ s Davie 

Jordan Oliver (Eucy J) driver, h 629 s Ashe 

Jordan Miss Rosa D, weaver, h 858 Vance 

Jordan R E (Melinda) h 858 Vance 

Jordan W M, trav salesman, h w Gaston bet Eugene and 
Edgeworth 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

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Joyner Prof J Y (Effie R) professor Normal, h 1027 Spring 

Garden 
Joyner Thos, h 863 Bellvue 

Kase DeWitt, wks Daniel Hdw Co, li 427 Arlington 
Kase Miss Eleanor D, li 427 Arlington 
Kase J D (Mary T) gen'l mgr Gr Fnrnace Co, h 427 

Arlington 
Kase Miss Mabel H, wks Dan'l Hdw Co, li 427 Arlington 
Katz Rob't I (Elizabeth) h 203 s Eugene 
Keech Mrs L J, wid W B, h 450 Arlington 
Keeley Institute (W H Osborn, pres, Wm Eipscomb, mgr, 

Dr B B Williams, physician) ioqi^ s Elm 
Keeling J h (Emma N) grocer, 342 s Elm, h 308 w Gaston 
Keeling S P, grocer, 201 s Elm, r loiyi e Market 
Keith F N (Mary J) justice of the peace, 104 n Elm, h 443 

e Whittington 

Keith Flavius, plasterer, h 443 e Whittington 
Keith Henry S, carpenter, h 443 e Whittington 
Kellerman F A (Fannie) wks B E Ruben, r 118 w Wash- 
ington 
Kendall Joshua, h 350 King 
Kendall J W (E A) wks So Ry, h 350 King 
Kendall Miss Virginia, h 350 King 
Keogh Thos B, lawyer, 2335^ s Elm 
Kerr Miss Alice, h 114 Clay 

Kerr S A (A D) mgr Houston &. Bro, h 670 Chestnut 
Kersey Miss Alice, h 636 s Ashe 
Kersey A P, wks Glascock & Son 
Kersey Mrs E, wid David, h 636 s Ashe 
Kersey M F, wks Guilf Lumb M Co, h 636 s Ashe 
Kersey S B, cigar mfr, 600 s Ashe, h 636 s Ashe 
Kestler Geo A (Mollie) real estate and insurance, h 437 
Arlington 

Kestler Geo W (Nannie) capitalist, h 437 Arlington 
King E B, bkkpr J L King & Co, bds 214 e Market 
King J E (Roxie A) (J E King & Co) h 239 n Greene 
King J L & Co (J E King, G H McKinney) tobacco mfrs, 

221 and 223 Buchanan 
King Miss Maud, h 350 King 
King Mrs Mary E, wid T J, h 302 e Eindsay 
King Miss Minnie E, h 866 Bellvue 
King N M ( ) trav salesman, h 303 n Davie 



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King R R (Nannie M) att'y at law, loo Court Square, h 329 

King 
King T W (Minnie) bartender, h 866 Bellvue 
King Miss Viola M, li 866 Bellvue 
King Walter E, blacksmith, h 514^ s Elm 
King W W (Maggie F) carpenter, h 514 >^ s Elm 
Kirkland Miss Sue May, lady principal Normal 
Kirkman A A (Lula h) wks Guilf Lumb M Co, h 1019 

Spring Garden 
Kirkman Mrs Ada C, wid A L, h 208 Buchanan 
Kirkman A Q, Register of Deeds, office Court House, r 210 

s Ashe 
Kirkman Miss Alice E, h Summit Ave, nr lims 
Kirkman Calvin M, news boy, h 605 Walker Ave 
Kirkman Miss lola, h 605 Walker Ave 
Kirkman Mrs Jane, wid Andy, h 1015 Spring Garden 
Kirkman Joseph A, tel opr So Ry, h 605 Walker Ave 
Kirkman J C (Adela) wks So Ry, h 605 Walker Ave 
Kirkman Joseph E (Eula) wks Gr Fu M Co, h bey 908 

Asheboro 
Kirkman Mrs Maria E, wid Elisha, h 863 s Elm 
Kirkman Mrs M E, wid J, h 422 n Greene 
Kirkman Mrs Nancy, h Race Track st, Jonesboro 
Kirkman Miss Pattie, h 605 Walker Ave 
Kirkman Seymour A, depy reg of deeds, r 210 s Ashe 
Kirkman Thos, wks Sergeant M Co, h Race Track st, Jo:ies- 

boro 
Kirkman V E, h 313 e Bragg 
Kirkman Watt, wks Eagle Fndry, h 524^ s Elm 
Kirlcpatrick D A, brickyard, 909 n Greene, h 811 Walker 

Ave 
Kirkpatrick D N (Susan T) h 811 Walker Ave 
Kirkpatrick Miss Margaret H, h 811 Walker Ave 
Kirkpatrick S (Nellie) revenue officer, h 334 Asheboro 
Kivett W S (Ella E) grocer, 524 s Elm, 352 s Elm, h 

Yaquanna nr Asheboro 
Kivett Mrs Elizabeth, wid David, h Yaquanna nr Asheboro 
King Otto, wks Cone Exp and Com Co 
Knight Mrs B V, wid Geo, h 406 e Lee 
Knight H D (M E) supervisor C F & Y V, h 703 Asheboro 
Knight Littleton, h 703 Asheboro 
Knight Miss Lucile D, h 703 Asheboro 
Knowles B B (Lula N) carpenter, h 816 Bellvue 



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Lachlin A, bed spring mfr, r io6 s Davie 

Laffiteau P H (Nannie F) mgr Gr Ice and Coal Co, h 473 

Church 
Lamb Chas H, wks J S Cobb & Co, h 122 Clay 
Lamb C L (Lola E) (Hiatt & Lamb) h 402 w Bragg 
Lamb Maban (Belle) wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 122 Clay 
Lamb Miss S R, wks Miss Rosa Haraner, h 122 Clay 
Lambert J J, wks Sergeant M Co, h 284 East 
Lambeth A F (Georgie) wks Gr Fu M Co, h 423 w Lee 
Lambeth S J, bonded warehouse, rear 109 w Gaston 
Lampman Mrs Mary, wid Geo, h 641 w Lee 
Land W R (W R Land & Co) r 1191^ s Elm 
Land W R Jr, wks J W Scott & Co, r ii9>< s Elm 
Land W R & Co, real estate, 1191^ s Elm 
Landreth Mrs Annie E, wid M, h 2010 e Market 
Landreth J W (Bettie C) grocer, 806 e Market, h 807 e 

Market 
Landreth Miss Minnie, h 2010 e IVIarket 
Lang Miss Ada, h 2086 e Market / 

Lasley Jno (Nona) railroad emp, bds 313 w Washington 
Latimer A F, wks J J Stone, bds 106 s Greene 
Lawrence Miss Millie, h 449 King 
Lea & Tate, tobacco mfrs, 301 n Greene 
Lea R G (Rosa B) (Lea & Tate) h 131 Price 
Leagens M, mattress maker, h 1059 College Ave 
Leak Bros & Hasten (W H Leak, J N Leak, J W Hasten) 

tobacco mfrs, 209 and 211 Buchanan 
Leak Frank, wks Leak Bros & H, bds 214 e Market 
Leak J N (Sadie B) (Leak Bros & Hasten) h 612 w Gaston 
Leak W H (Leak Bros & Hasten) bds 214 e Market 
Ledbetter Dr A E (R Cordelia) physician, 108 s Elm, h 

409 Jackson 
Ledford Geo, gen'l repairing, etc, 104 s Davie, r ioi}4 e 

Market 
Lee Miss Bertha M, teacher Normal 
Lee Miss Joanna, h 284 East 
Lee Joe, laundry, 107 e Market 

Lee J W (Lora) evangelist, bds 1006 Spring Garden 
Leonard Miss Annie B, h 435 s Mendenhall 
Leonard J A (Cordelia B) (Brown & Leonard) h 435 s 

Mendenhall 
Leonard Nannie, wks So F and W Co, h Bessemer Ave 
Lester F E, roof painter, bds 202 e Market 

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Lewis A (Lewis & Huff) 228 s Davie 

Lewis Miss Ada S, saleswoman, h 818 Pearson 

Lewis Miss xA-gnes, h 716 s Elm 

Lewis and Huff (A Lewis, E K Huff) blacksmith shop and 

carriage works, 228 and 230 s Davie 
Lewis ^Nliss Annie IM, h 400 Lithia 
^ g, ' Lewis B B (Lavinia) wks Normal, h 400 Lithia 

Lewis Chas (Joanna) wks So F and \V Co, h 284 East 

Lewis D (Hannah) h 818 Pearson 

Lewis Hugh, wks J S Cobb &. Co, h 400 Lithia 

Lewis H G, wks Sergeant M Co, bds 208 Buchanan 

Lewis I O (Ellen J) mechanic, h 411 w Delphine 

Lewis Mrs Joanna, wid, h 284 East 

Lewis John (Elsie) wagon shop, 109 Lewis, h 716 s Elm 

Lewis John W, student, h 716 s Elm 

Lewis J \V, ins agt, h 222 w Bragg 

Lewis ]Miss Luella, saleswoman, h 818 Pearson 

Lewis V C, express messenger, h 716 s Elm 

Lewis W B, clerk Benbow House 

Lewis W E (Anna) wks C F & Y V P^t Dep, h 400 Lithia 

Lewis W G, express messenger, h 716 s Elm 

Life Insurance Company of Virginia (H D \'ernelson, div 

suptj T-T-^/j s Elm 
Lindau A M (Lottie) wks So F & \\ Co, h e Second, Cone- 

ville 
Lindau J W (Theresa W) secy and treas and gen'l mgr So 

Fin and Warehouse Co, h Coneville 
Lindheim Reuben (Hortense C) secy and treas Cone Exp 

and Com Co 
Lindley J Van, nursery and pres Pomona Terra Cotta Co, 

h Pomona 2 miles west of city on So Ry 
Lindley IMiss Tina K, teacher, h 610 ^lorehead Ave 

Lindley Mrs , h 218 e Washington 

Lindsay H W, wks Johnson & Dorsett, bds cor Sycamore 

and Ashe 
Lindsay Mrs Lizzie, wid Dr Edward, h 319 s Eugene 
Lindsay ^liss Lizzie, h 121 w Sycamore 
Lindsay Aliss Lula, h 121 w Sycamore 
Lindsay Miss Mary C, h 200 s Spring 
Lindsay Mrs M P, wid R G, h 121 w Sycamore 
Lindsay IMrs Mary W, wid W L, h 200 s Spring 
Lindsay St Graded School, S C Smith, prin, 218 Lindsay 
Lindsey T H (Hodges & Lindsey) r 112 e Market 



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lyinebarger J B (E M) wks Hucomuga, h rear 205 w 

Whittington 
Lipscomb Wm, mgr Keeley Institute, r ioo}4 s Kim 
Litaker Frank, shifting engineer So Ry 
L/Ocke Miss Lida, h 715 s Elm 

Eogan Dr J E (Fannie S) physician, h 320 w Market 
Eohman Julia, cook, h 828 s Elm 
lyomax R A, baggagemaster So Ry, h 209 e Eee 
L/Ong G B (Ella) h back of Gr Furnace Co 
Long Miss Lilian, teacher Gr Fern Coll 
Long Mrs Z A, wid, lady principal Gr Fem Coll 
Longest J N (Olive M) wood contractor, h 438 King 
Loughran Dr W F, h 421 Arlington 
Love Mrs Artelia, wid A G, h 621 Arlington 
Love James M (Fannie) wks Brooks M Co, h 621 Arlington 
Love Wm (Sarah) lumber, 520 s Ashe, h 708 s Ashe 
Lovelace, W L, barber, h 284 East 
Low Jno H (Cora) (Troxler & Low) h 334 w Lee 
Loy A M (Margaret) carpenter, h 801 e Market 
Lunday D A, clerk So Ry, bds 124 Buchanan 
Luquire J A (M S) pool room, h 514^ s Elm 
Lynch Mrs E J, wid, h 218 e Washington 
Lynch W B, wks J S Cobb & Co, bds 230 s Ashe 
Lyon Mrs A W, wid J F, h 231 Lindsay 
Lyon E W, pres Gr Furn Mig Co, h 338 n Elm 
Lyon T A (Mildred A) trav salesman, h 231 Lindsay 
Lyon W J (Laura F) auctioneer, h 433 w Gaston 
Lyon W S (Eula D) trav salesman, h cor Cedar and Del- 

phine 
Maguire C J (Belle) with So F & W Co, bds 129 w Schenck 
Malcum G W (Alice R) carpenter, h 1015 Spring Garden 
Malin A C, wks Eagle Fndry 

Mangum T F (E Helen) mgr Standard Oil Co, h 346 s Ashe 
Mann J E, baggagemaster C. F & Y V, h 327 e Market 
Marks R J (Effie) supt Gr Gas and E Lt Co, h 203 n Davie 
Marley Miss Maud S, h 508 Asheboro 
Marley Dr H B (Maggie) physician, h 508 Asheboro 
Marley Walter R, wks Caldcleugh & Bro, bds 219^^ s Elm 
Marsh D W, miller, North & Watson, bds 602 Walker Ave 
Marsh James, trav salesman, r 218 n Elm 
riartin Harry C (Leonora M) gen'l ins, 125 s Elm, bds 503 

w Sycamore 
Matlock W G, harnessmaker, bds 412 e Lee 



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Quail, Squirrels, Rabbits, Etc. 

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riatthews, Chisholm & Stroud (W H Matthews, T If Chis- 

holm, J B Stroud) clothing, 300 s Elm 
riatthews F A, wood and coal and dray line, nr cor Fayette- 

ville and Gorrell, h 803 Asheboro 
Matthews J T, clerk Benbow House 
Matthews Miss Mary E, h 803 Asheboro 
Hatthews W H (Matthews, Chisholm & Stroud) h 803 

Asheboro 
Maus C (May) wks H H Cartland, h 235 Belle Meade Ave 
May Miss Corinne B, h 300 Chestnut 
May Darnell, wks Gr Patriot, h 222 s Forbis 
May Miss E J, seamstress, h 222 s Forbis 
May Frank, h 300 Chestnut 
May Jno Mabin (Eleanor) h 300 Chestnut 
May Miss Myrtle I, seamstress, h 222 s Forbis 
May Mrs Mary S, wid J H, seamstress, h 222 s Forbis 
Mayo T H (Minnie M) h 230 e Market 
Mayor's Court Room, s e cor Davie and Sycamore 
McAdoo A M (Nannie A) h 221 Belle Meade Ave 
McAdoo C N, h 329 King 
McAdoo House (B J Fisher, propr, F P Morton, mgr) 307 

s Elm 
McAdoo J A, clerk Piedmont Bank, bds 417 w Market 
McAdoo T J (Gr Telephone Exchange) h 329 King 
McAdoo V C, h 329 King 
McAdoo W D (Josie A) real estate and loans, 3091/2 s Elm, 

bds McAdoo House 
McAIister A W (Sallie IS) secy and treas So Stock Mutual 

Ins Co, h 803 Macon 
McBryde Mrs Elizabeth, wid Wm, h 331 w Eee 
McBryde Miss Sarah E, h 331 w Eee 
McCain Miss May, h 210 Fayetteville 
McCauley J B (M E) wks S J McCauley, h 725 s Elm 
McCauley S J (Mattie) saloon, 410 s Elm, h 406 e Market 
McCaull Miss Margaret M, student Normal, bds 503 w 

Sycamore 
McClamroch R S (Cora M) plasterer, h 344 w Eee 
McClamroch Wm, plasterer, bds 208 Buchanan 

McClamroch , r 100^ n Elm 

McClenoch G W, wks J S Cobb & Co 
McCoin R S, wks J A Giles, h s Asheboro bey lims 
McCormick Mrs C T, wid W H Jr, h 209 e Market 
McCormick W H, wks So F & W Co, h 209 e Market 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— WHITE. 77 

McCracken R A (Mary E) grocer, 637 Asheboro, h 641 

Asheboro 
McCuiston J T (Estella) wks CF&YV, h429w Bragg 
McCuUoch Mrs E M, wid Jno, h 713 Asheboro 
McCulloch Miss Geneva, asst editor Our Church Record, 

h 414 e McCulloch 
McCulloch Rev J F (Mary E) (Our Church Record) h 414 

e McCulloch 
McCulloch Eogan, h 442 Arlington 
McCulloch Miss Pearl, h 414 e McCulloch 
McCulloch Miss Velna, h 414 e McCulloch 
McDaniel Edwd, loom fixer, h bey 908 Asheboro 
McDonald Miss Alma, wks Keeley Inst, h 312 e Market 
McDonald Miss Queenie, h 312 e Market 
McDowell Miss Emmie V, h 327 Lindsay 
McDowell J E, meats, stall i City Market, h 327 Lindsay 
McDowell J W (Zilphia A) h 327 Lindsay 
ricDuffie N J (Kate P) furniture, crockery and sewing ma- 
chine repairs, 227 s Elm, h 222 s Spring 
McGee A L, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 231 Lewis 
McGibeny Lawson, wks Cape Fear M Co 
McGirt Miss Leila, asst treas Gr Fem College 

McGraw , plimiber C H Ireland, r 115 w Market 

Mclntyre Miss Edith A, teacher Normal 

Mclver C D (Lula M) pres State Normal, h do 

Mclver Claude R, h 735 Pearson 

Mclver Miss Lizzie, teacher, h 735 Pearson 

Mclver Mrs S J, wid Henry, h 735 Pearson 

McKenzie B V (Anna E) wks Leak Bros & H, h 411 w 

Bragg 
McKinney G H (J L King & Co) bds 214 e Market 
McKnight Chas H, trav salesman, r Nelson King's 
McKnight W A, clerk, 112 w Market, bds 403 w Market 
McLean Chalmer, wks T G McLean, h 318 e Bragg 
McLean Miss Lou C, h 303 Lindsay 

McLean T G (Linnia) grocer, 422 Asheboro, h 318 e Bragg 
McLean T L, wks C M Vanstory & Co, r 349 n Elm 
McLean W C (Ella P) (J W Scott & Co) h 320 n Forbis 
McMasters Miss Bessie, h 303 Lindsay 
McMath Miss Queen, h rear No 36 e Market, Jonesboro 
McNairy Miss Carrie L, h 507 Arlington 
McNairy Eugene W, student, h 507 Arlington 
McNairy Miss Julia, h 825 Pearson 



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£ D ' McNairy Jno M, tob fact emp, h 507 Arlington 
So^fHcNairy J W (S M) (Gr Sa and B Co) h 507 Arlington 
ll^! McNairy W H, student, li 507 Arlington 
ag<lj I Mead E W, wks S B Kersey, h 331 w Lee 
pO I Mebane B Frank (Lily M) h 335 Church 
|_aOlj Mebane Miss Berta P, h 336 s Ashe 

■^sB Mebane Cornelius (Julia P) revenue officer, h 336 s Ashe 
Mebane Harry B, bkkpr W G Mebane & Co, h 336 s Ashe 
Mebane W G (W G Mebane & Co) 
Mebane W Q & Co (W G Mebane, H W Hines, G A Mebane) 

wholesale grocers, no and 112 Lewis 
Medearis J H (Mary t) conductor CF&YV, hii7e 

McCulloch 
Melton Dr W C (Frances) bds 205 w Washington 
Melvin Miss A S, student, h 822 Bellvue 
Melvin D F (A H) carpenter, h 822 Bellvue 
Mendenhall C S, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 629 Asheboro 
Mendenhall E J, wks Guilf Lumb M Co, h 329 e Bragg 
Mendenhall Miss Gertrude W, teacher Normal 
Mendenhall Miss Hattie E, h 629 Asheboro 
Mendenhall Miss Irma M, h 629 Asheboro 
Mendenhall J R (Mary) (Gr Sa and B Co) h 629 Asheboro 
riendenhall W D, secy and tr Guilf Lumb Mfg Co, h 329 

e Brao-o; 
riendenhall W W (Hodgin, Pegram & Co) h 629 Asheboro 
rierchants Grocery Co (J W Cone, pres, Wm Simpson, 

secy and treas) wholesale groceries, 320 and 322 s Elm 
rierrimon B H (Nellie S) handle factory, 420 w Delphine, 

h 235 n Edge worth 
Merrimon Ed A, mgr B H Merrimon, bds 235 n Edgeworth 
Merritt J H (Carrie I) wks Wakefield Hdw Co, h 427 n 

Greene 
Merritt J W (Mary B) trav salesman, h 810 Pearson 
Mesley Mrs E J, wid R D, h 204 n Forbis 
Mesley J W (M R) wks Eagle Fndry, h 204 n Forbis 
Metcalf Miss Ella M, h 334 Asheboro 
Methodist Church, cor Ashe and w Market 
Michaux Miss Annie G, h 517 n Greene 
Michaux Miss Anna M, h 517 n Greene 
nichaux Dr E R, physician, 225>^ s Elm, h 517 n Greene 
Michatix Rev J L, h 517 n Greene 
nichaux J S, city clerk, h 517 n Greene 
Michaux Wm, wks So F & W, h Carolina 



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E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— WHITE. 79 

Middletoti F F, wks J H West, h 822 Spring Gar4en 
Middleton Miss Mary H, h 822 Spring Garden 
Middleton R M (Susan L) trav salesman, h 822 Spring 

Garden 
Miller E A (Anna) mgr Steam Lndry, h 302 n Davie 
Miller Rev J D, pastor St Andrew's Episcopal Church, bds 

2^']^ s Davie 
Miller J G, wks Leak Bros & H, r 121 s Ashe 
Miller Mrs Nellie, h 224 e Washington 
Minor & Mitchell (J B Minor, S S Mitchell) leaf tobacco, 

229 and 231 Belle Meade Ave 
Minor J B (Mary D) (Minor & Mitchell) bds 127 Church 
Mitchell Mrs Sarah, wid, h 609 w Gaston 
Mitchell S S (Minor & Mitchell) r 200 n Davie 
Mitchell Wm T, wks Eagle Fndry, h 5i4>< s Elm 
Mitchem E C (Elizabeth) architect, 104 n Elm, h 418 

Morehead Ave 
Milam Corday S, wks C F & Y V Ft Dep, h 406 Lithia 
Milam H D (Margaret A) farmer, h 406 Eithia 
Milam Miss Mar>' W, teacher, h 406 Lithia 
Milam Miss Sallie E, student Normal, h 406 Lithia 
Moffitt H L, road overseer, h 115 e Gaston 
Monroe Miss Emma J, h 124 Buchanan 
Monroe Miss Florence, wks Morris & Co, h 124 Buchanan 
Monroe O W (Lula M) wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 449 King 
Monroe Mrs S A, wid W M, h 124 Buchanan 
Montgomery Miss Dora, wks H H Cartland, h 202 e 

Market 
Montgomery Evie E, stenographer, h 231 w Bragg 
Montgomery J C (Beulah) wks M S Jeffreys, h 613 s Ashe 
Montgomery J W (Sarah) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer 

Ave 
Montgomery Miss Lou, wks H H Cartland, h 215 e Market 
Montgomery Miss Mabel, h 613 s Ashe 
Montgomery R E (Ada) wks Hucomuga, h Bellvue bey 

McCulloch 
Moody Miss Tisha, housekeeper, h 414 n Elm 
Moore A G, wks C M Vanstory & Co, bds 318 e Washington 
Moore Chas E (Mamie) h 214 e Market 
Moore Jno G, farmer, h 400 Lithia 
Moore J S (Julia A) bkkpr Sergeant M Co, h 234 Belle 

Meade Ave 
Moore Miss Minnie H, teacher Gr Fem Coll 

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Moore Rev R R (Margaret E) h 1009 Walker Ave 

Moore W M (Alice E) marble cutter, li 121 Bain 

Moore W S (Caroline) dry goods, pianos and organs, 123 

e Market, h 214 e Market 
riorehead James T, atty at law, io^}4 n Elm, r 205 w 

, Sycamore 
Morehead Joseph M, atty at law, h 215 s Eugene 
Morehead Miss Minnie, r 205 w Sycamore 
Morgan Miss Alice, h Church bey lims 
Morgan W J, varnish mfr, bds 301 s Elm 
Morris & Co, W J Clary, mgr, 318 s Elm 
Morris Mrs J K, wid, h 323 Ivindsay 
Morrisette Mrs Etta, cook, 205 w Washington 
Morrison Robert, grocer, 218 Lewis, h 515 w Lee 
Morse L (Laura K) tea importer, 118 w Market, h 137 n 

Mendenhall 
Morton Frank P, mgr McAdoo House 
Morton J F, clerk So Ft Dep 
Morton W J (Hattie) railroad emp, h 620 Keogh 
Moskuitz M J, wks Cone Exp and Com Co 
riount Airy Granite Co (R Percy Gray, pres, Thos Wood- 

roffe, gen'l mgr) 301 Walker Ave 
Mueller Rev Joseph, pastor St Agnes Catholic Church 
Mullican R C, wks Gr Sa and B Co, bds 407 w Bragg 
Mullican Wm P, wks Gr Sa and B Co, bds 407 w Bragg 
Munger Mrs Helen M, wid Geo, h 308 n Davie 
Munger Miss M M, h 308 n Davie 
Murchison J A (Emma N) storekeeper and ganger, h 328 e 

McCulloch 
Murchison J C (Lilian) master of trains CF&YV, h 312 

e Market 
Murchison M M, wks C F & Y V, h 328 e McCulloch 
Murphy Miss Mary, h 2068 e Market 
Murray Chas H, wks Cox-Ferree, h 323 Asheboro 
Murray Ernest (Nannie) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer 

Ave 
Murray J H, wks J W Landreth, h 807 e Market 
Murray Mrs Margaret, wid W R, h 323 Asheboro 
Murray Miss Margaret G, teacher Normal, h 323 Asheboro 
Murray Miss Nettie E, student Normal, h 323 Asheboro 
Murray R W, bkkpr Bk of Guilford, h 323 Asheboro 
Murray Wm A, h 323 Asheboro 
Murrow S E, wks S E Hudson, h 856 s Elm 



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Phone No. 8. CUNNINGHAM BROS. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— WHITE. 8i 

Nading Frank, painter, bds 209 e Market 

Neale J H (S G) dairy, h So Ry Ry nr Normal 

Neese J H (L J) marble yard, 113 and 115 e Sycamore, h 

613 Arlington 
Nelson Miss Alice, h 202 s Eugene 
Nelson Jno J, Mayor of Greensboro, 100 n Elm, h 202 s 

Eugene 
Nelson Mrs J N, h 202 s Eugene 
Nelson Miss Olivia, h 202 s Eugene 
Newcomb E Q (Emma J) saloon, 231 s Elm, h 216 Fayette- 

ville 
Newell M G (Minnie B) bicycles, buggies, etc, 2)2>1 s Elm, 

h 603 Asheboro 
Newell Mrs Mary E, wid E G, h 203 w Market 
Newman Miss Berta, dressmaker, bds 630 s Elm 
Newman Simpson (Nannie) wks Gr I and C Co, h 511)^ s 

Elm 
New York Bazaar (Miss H M Wilson) dry goods, no w 

Market 
Nicholson Miss Alice, h rear No 18 e Market, Jonesboro 
Nicholson Miss Alice, h 132 n Mendenhall 
Nicholson J M (Mary S) h 132 n Mendenhall 
Norman Miss Bettie, h 621 Keogh 
North & Watson (T P North, W A Watson, Jr) roller mill, 

nr cor Walker Ave and Cedar 
North Carolina Christian Advocate (Rev W E Grissom and 

Rev E W Crawford) 120 w Market 
North Miss Florence, h 602 Walker Ave 
North State Dental Association (Dr J W Griffith) 2253^ s 

Elm 
North T P (Sarah A) (North & Watson) h 602 Walker Ave 
Norwood W A (Roxie) wks C F & Y V, h Church bey lims 
Oakley D A, bartender, h bey lims 
Oakley J E (Catherine P) h 900 s Cedar 
Oates Miss Eula R, h 450 Arlington 
Gates Mrs M R, wid Geo P, h 450 Arlington 
O'Connor Arthur, farmer, h s Elm bey lims 
O'Connor Jno, bakery, ins Elm, h s Elm bey lims 
O'Connor Miss Maggie, h s Elm bey lims 
O'Connor Mrs Mary E, wid James, h 904 Asheboro 
O'Connor Mrs Mary, h 713 Asheboro 
O'Connor Thomas, Jr (Mary M) farmer, h 625 Arlington 
O'Connor Thomas, Sr (Mary) farmer, h s Elm bey lims 

Harry C. Martin, 

Employer's Liability, Boiler and Plate Glass Insurance Agent. 



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Stall No. 3, City Market Street. 
Asheboro Street, South Greensboro. 



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Odell Hardware Co (J A Odell, pres, C H Ireland, secy and 

treas) 323 and 325 s Elm 
Odell J A (Mary) (Odell Hdw Co) h 313 e Washington 

Ogburn Chas W, with C L Andrews, h 312 s Ashe 

Ogbnrn T B, wks Dillard & King, bds 341 n Greene 

Olive J C (J C Olive & Co) h 803 Asheboro 

Olive J C & Co (J C Olive, P M Bullard) wholesale grocers, 
408 s Elm 

Omohundro Mrs E H, ladies notions, 105 w Market, h s 
Davie bet Washington and Depot 

Orrell Miss Alice J, h 208 s Forbis 

Orrell Arthur, painter, h 208 s Forbis 

Orrell C W, painter, h 208 s Forbis 

Orrell J E, painter, h 208 s Forbis 

Orrell J V (Etta V) wks So F & W Co, h 100 s Greene 

Orrell Mrs Eee, wid, dressmaker, r 115 w Market 

Orrell Miss Queenie, h 208 s Forbis 

Orrell W C (Maggie E) painter, h 208 s Forbis 

Orzali Jno (Anna L) shoemaker, 102 s Elm, h 624 Arling- 
ton 

Osborn Wm H (Carrie) Pres't Keeley Institute, h 402 w 
. Washington 

Osborne C S (Mamie) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Ave 

Osborne J A (Euella) lab, h 513 s Elm 

Osborne J K (Mattie) wks Guilf Dumb M Co, h 901 Bilbro 
Alley 

Osborne T C (M J) wks Gr Fu M Co, h 427 w Dee 

Osborne Wm (Jennie) farm hand, h 2063 e Market 

O'SuUivan E C, tinner, h 712 s Ashe 

O'Sullivan Mrs Josephine, wid Jno, h 712 s Ashe 

Oterbery Jno, upholsterer, bds 124 Buchanan 

Our Church Record (Rev J F McCuUoch, editor) 225 >< s 
Elm 

Owen Chas, h 424 e Washington 

Owen Mrs D A, wid James, h 424 e Washington 

Owen Jno, blacksmith, h 424 e Washington 

Owens , wks tob fact, bds 508^ s Elm 

Pace Mrs Julia A, wid Abner, h 528 Douglas 

Page Miss Annie M, teacher Gr Fem Coll 

Page P E, stenographer C F & Y V, bds 404 w Market 

Parker Miss Amanda, h 130 Price 

Parker C A (Georgie A) wks C F & Y V yard, h 431 n 
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Parker E P (Mary IS) ins agt, bds 327 s Davie 

Parker Edward P (Bettie N) (Sample Brown Mercantile 

Co) bds 406 Jackson 
Parker Jno, servant, h 209 n Cedar 
Parker Jno H (Fletie) carpenter, h 307 East 
Parker J W (Delia) musical director Gr Fem Coll, h 519 w 

Gaston 
Parker Miss Mary G, h 116 Price 
Parker Mrs Mary P, wid J W, h 116 Price 
Parks James, lab, h Carolina, Coneville 
Parks Miss Mary, h 508 n Greene 
Parrish Mrs Annie, wid, h rear 281 East 
Parrisli E S, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 214 Buchanan 
Parrish James, wks B H Merrimon 
Parrish Jno C (Mattie) carpenter, h 312 n Greene 
Parrish J H, blacksmith, r 1071^ w Market 
Parrish Monroe (Mary) wks Gr Sp and S Wks, h rear 281 

East 
Parrish N J, carpenter, h 312 n Greene 
Paschall Chas, bkkpr, r 330 !/< s Elm 
Paschall Mrs M A, bdo; house, 330^ s Elm 
Patterson Dana, wks C F & Y V yard, bds 214 Buchanan 
Patterson Dora, h 309 e Market 

Patterson H S (Roxie) wks J S Hayden, h 118 n Davie 
Patterson H T (Patterson Tobacco Works) tobacco mfr, 221 

and 223 Buchanan, bds 120 w Sycamore 
Patterson W R (Etta S) wks So Ft Dep, h 701 s Elm 
Payne Mrs M A, wid, h 127 Church 

Peacock Dred (Ella) Pres Gr Fem Coll, h 120 College Place 
Peak Mary Jane, cook, h 480 Church 
Pearce Miss Julia E, wks Mrs A S Cator, h 225 e Market 
Pearce J R (Eunice R) janitor Govt Bldg, h 225 e Market 
Pearce Mrs Martha, wid, h 706 s Spring 
Pearce O E (Eena R) engineer So Ry, h 210 Fayetteville 
Pearce O F (Annie) grocer, 366 s Elm, h 218 e Market 
Pearce R E (Emma S) policeman, h 407 n Cedar 
Pearce W A, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 706 s Spring 
Peeden C E (Delia) carpenter, h 508^ s Elm 
Peeden Fremont, wks Gr Fu M Co, r 508 }4 s Elm 
Peele H E (Rennie P) life ins, h 503 n Edgeworth 
Peeples T J (Ray & Peeples) h 523 s Elm 
Pegram J M (Annie) trav salesman, h 702 Walker Ave 



Almond Cream Lotion, ^°atiSrr?mo"n'ey?el'i^^^^^ 

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Peirce F A, civil engineer and surveyor, ii2 n Kim, bds 

Benbow House 
Peniberton Miss Lily, h 335 s Elm 
Pemberton W B, li 335 s Elm 
Peniberton Mrs W B, bdg house, 335 s Elm 
Pender J S, wks J J Stone, bds 106 s Greene 
Peoples A D, carpenter, h rear 509 w Delpliine 
Peoples Mrs E F, wid S H, h rear 509 w Delpliine 
Peoples Five Cent Savings Bank (J W Scott, pres, James A 

Hodgin, treas) 115 s Elm 
Peoples James, wks B H Merrimon 
Peoples Jno, wks B H Merrimon 
Peoples Miss Ivillie, wks So F & W Co 
Peoples E E, painter, h rear 509 w Delpliine 
Peoples Orlando V, farmer, h rear 509 w Delphine 
Peoples Pinckney, wks B H Merrimon 
Peoples Miss Susan, wks So F & W Co 
Peoples S O, wks Gr Fu M Co, li rear 509 w Delphine 
Peoples Vernie, wks B H Merrimon 

Peoples Walter B, wks Gr Fu M Co, h rear 509 w Delphine 
Peoples Wm B, farmer, h rear 509 w Delphine 
Perkins A N, manager Benbow House 
Permar Jno R (Sallie E) wks North & Watson, h Walker 

Ave bey lims 
Perry Mrs Caroline, wid, h 1058 w Market 
Perry Miss Emma E, h 1058 w Market 
Perry Miss Margaret G, teacher Normal 
Perry Miss Maud, h 1058 w Market 
Perry W I, car inspector, C F & Y V, h 1058 w Market 
Peters H B (Emma R) bkkpr Jno Barker, h 347 s Ashe 
Peters Sidney N, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 347 s Ashe 
Peters Troy, wks E E Clegg, h 347 s Ashe 
Petty Miss Ada R, wks Hucomuga, h rear 205 w Whitting- 

ton 
Petty Miss Annie F, librarian Normal 
Petty C W, electrical engineer, h 210 w Washington 
Petty E E, wks Hucomuga, h rear 205 w Whittington 
Petty H C, bkkpr Gr Fu M Co, h 210 w Washington 
Petty I N, wks Hucomuga, h rear 205 w Whittington 
Petty Jno W (Mary T) bkkpr Cone Co, h 711 s Elm 
Petty Dr J W, veterinary surgeon, office Holton's Drug 

Store, r 113 Depot 
Petty Miss Mary M, teacher Normal 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

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Petty R S (Nannie L) wks M G Newell, h 453 e Whitting- 

ton 
Peyton Miss Lottie, h 121 w Sycamore 
Phillips Wm (Lizzie) lab, h 745 e Washington 
Phipps Miss Addie, h 740 Pearson 
Phipps J Plenry (Mary ly) gen'l mdse, 500 Asheboro, h 518 

Asheboro 
Phipps Miss Mary E, h 803 Asheboro 
Phipps Wm, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 512 Asheboro 

Phipps , railroad employe, bds 202 e Market 

Phoenix J no J, wholesale produce and fresh meat, 210, 212 

and 214 s Davie, stall 3 city market, Ji bey lims, tele- 
phone 44 
Phoenix Robert, wks J J Phoenix, h bey lims 
Pickard Miss Mamie, wks H H Cartland, h 233 n Cedar 
Pickard T M (Emma) (T M Pickard & Co) h 233 n Cedar 
Pickard T M & Co (T M and W R Pickard) grocers, loi 

and 103 e Market 
Pickard W R (Bettie I) (T M Pickard & Co) h 323 n Greene 
Piedmont Bank (J M Walker, pres, R G Vaughn, cashier) 

119 s Elm 
Piedmont Excelsior Co (J C Callum, prop) lounges and 

mattresses, 620 e Washington 
Pierce Claude, shifting engineer. So Ry 
Pierce R E, policeman 

Piper Mrs Annie A, wid James, h 706 Arlington 
Pitts Ery, wks Lewis & Huff, r 230 s Davie 
Pitts J R (Alice L) wks Wm Love, h 351 w Bragg 
Pleasant W R (Josephine) brick contractor, h 328 n Greene 
Plummer Mrs Lemiiel, bds 400 Morehead Ave 
Pomona Terra Cotta Co (J VanLindley, pres) Pomona, 2 

miles west of city on So Ry 
Poole E (Sallie) trav salesman, h 609 w Gaston 
Poole Miss Emma, h 422 w Lee 
Poole Miss Jettie, h 422 w Lee 
Poole Miss Lizzie, h 422 w Lee 
Poole Thos I (Julia A) brickmason, h 422 w Lee 
Poole W R, brickmason, h 422 w Lee 
Pope Mrs M C, wid R C, h 439 King 
Pope P C (Hattie D) trav salesman, h 439 King 
Porter Chas A, wks So F & W Co, h 409 n Cedar 
Porter F Logan, clerk, h 503 w Sycamore 
Porter J A (Bessie) furniture repairer, h 409 n Cedar 

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Porter Miss L/ina, h 430 w Market 

Porter R E, wks So F & W Co, h 409 n Cedar 

Porter Miss Ruth W, h. 503 w Sycamore 

Porter W C (Berta S) pharmacist, h 503 w Sjxamore 

Porter W C Jr, drug clerk, h 503 \v Sycamore 

Porter W S, wks Whitt & Co, r 204 w Market 

Post Office, J W Forbis, postmaster, cor Elm and Market 

Powell Mrs M A, wid, r 106 s Davie 

Pretzfelder fl, dry goods and shoes, 210 s Elm, r do 

Price P D (Julia A) h 305 e Washington 

Price Scott, driver, J W Jones, h bey water works 

Prince J H (Catherine C) wks L E Duffy, h 913 Walker 

Ave 
Prince Miss L,ula E, h 913 Walker Ave 
Pritchard Mrs Catherine, wid Z, h 912 e Market 
Pritchett Geo W (Annie) h 343 e Bragg 
Pritchett Gib, wks Glascock & Son, h 514^ s Elm 
Pritchett Jno A (Olivia B) justice of peace, no n Elm, h 

410 Asheboro 
Pritchett Jno W, carpenter, h 410 Asheboro 
Pritchett Mrs Lizzie, wid, h 921 s Elm 
Pritchett Miss M Etta, h 410 Asheboro 
Pritchett Miss Margaret V, h 410 Asheboro 
Pritchett Miss Sue E, housekeeper Gr Fem Coll, h 410 

Asheboro 
Proctor H T, wks Allred & T, h bey lims 
Protestant Methodist Church, Rev Sam'l Williams, pastor, 

e Ivce bet Arlington and Asheboro 
Provident Savings Life Assurance Society (J S Jones, mgr) 

129 s Elm 
Proximity flanufacturing Co (Caesar Cone, pres; B N Duke, 

v-pres; F J Murdoch, secy and treas; R G Campbell, 

supt) mfrs cotton goods, n of city near So Ry 
Pruden Geo T, baker L L Clegg, r 368 s Elm 
Pugh Miss Annie M, h 400 e McCulloch 
Pugh C E, h 221 Church 
Pugh Mrs Emma, wid Sam'l, h 739 Pearson 
Pugh J W (Ivunda J) grocer, 219 Church, h 221 Church 
Pugh Mrs Kate, wid F P, h 400 e McCulloch 
Pugh Rob't M, h 221 Church 

Pugh W M (Narcissa) car inspector, h 108 n Forbis 
Purcell & Simpson (J C Purcell, A M Simpson) tobacconists, 

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Purcell J C (Purcell & Simpson) bds 302 s Ashe 

Puryear R O (Minnie M) engineer So Ry, h 613 Asheboro 

Quate Miss Cora, h 431 n Greene 

Quate D N, pressman, wks C F Thomas, h 431 n Greene 

Quate Richard (Bettie) h 431 n Greene 

Quate Yancey A, wks C F Thomas, h 431 n Greene 

Ragan E L, clerk superior court, office Court House, bds 

McAdoo House. 
Ragan I F, wks Morris & Co, r 323 Ivindsay 
Ragan W P, depy clerk superior court, bds 202 s Ashe 
Ralston W B (Mary L) carpenter, h 201 w Whittington 
Rankin A L (Sue A) (J T Rankin & Bro) h 734 Pearson 
Rankin Miss Callie V, wks Thacker & B, h 327 n Greene 
Rankin G A, wks Vanstory & Co, h 210 s Ashe 
Rankin Mrs Jane, wid Persis, h 327 n Greene 
Rankin Miss Johnsie, h 734 Pearson 
Rankin Jno H (Carrie C) Leaf Tobacco, h 210 s Ashe 
Rankin Jas M, wks W G Mebane & Co, h 210 s Ashe 
Rankin Jesse R, wks So F & W Co, h 210 s Ashe 
Rankin J T (Ella h) (J T Rankin & Bro) h 734 Pearson 
Rankin J T & Bro (J T and A h Rankin) gen'l mdse, 518 

s Elm 
Rankin M J (Mollie E) wks Gr I & C Co, h 706 Arlington 
Rankin Miss Margaret L, wks Miss R Hamner, h 210 s 

Ashe 
Rankin Thos (Nancy E) h 526 Douglas 
Rankin W R, mgr E R Fishblate, h 325 w Market 
Rankin W S, wks M Pretzf elder, h 218 n Elm 
Raper Chas E, prof Gr Fem Coll, bds 120 College Place 
Ray & Peeples (J W Ray, T J Peeples) 523 s Elm 
Ray Mrs Angeletta, wid D E, h 215 e Market 
Ray Eugene (Marietta) wks So F & W Co, h 442 e Wash- 
ington 
Ray J W (Maggie) (Ray & Peeples) h 710 Arlington 
Ray Miss Martha, h 131 Price 

Ray P E (Willie D) wks Reece & Elam, h 215 e Market 
Ray born J D (Helen) car inspector So Ry, h 429 e Wash- 
ington 
Rayborn Mrs Tisha, h 429 e Washington 
Ree Gustav (Marie) bkkpr So F & W Co, h Magnolia, 

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Reece & Elam (J M Reece, H J Elam) job printing, proprs 
Daily Record, 222 s Elm 



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Reece J M (Alice) (Reece & Elam) h 104 s Greene 

Reece Miss Susie, h 104 s Greene 

Rees Jno, bds 205 w Washington 

Rees Mrs L A, wid, matron Gr Fern Coll 

Rees R fl, chief of police and tax collector, loi^ e Market, 

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Rees W H (Alice W) wks Matthews, C & S, h 214 w Gaston 
Register Miss Minnie, wks G H Royster, h 923 Bellvue 
Reid F ly, wks Richardson & F, h 442 w Market 
Reid Mrs Minnie C, wid F L, h 442 w Market 
Reid Miss Minnie Iv, h 442 w Market 
Reister W W (Elvie C) wks So Ry, h 907 Asheboro 
Reitzel J F, tel opr C F & Y V, r 210 s Ashe 
Reynolds C A (Mary A) wks Guilf Eumb M Co, h 323 e 

Bragg 
Reynolds E A, wks Cape Fear M Co, bds 628 s Ashe 
Reynolds F E, wks Gr Sa & B Co, bds 628 s Ashe - 
Reynolds H E, h 323 e Bragg 
Reynolds Miss Ida G, h 323 e Bragg 
Reynolds Miss Martha, h 323 e Bragg 
Reynolds Mrs W A', h 124 Fayetteville 
Rice J F (Sallie J) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 730 Pearson 
Rice Miss Eeta G, h 730 Pearson 

Rice R F (Venie) (Goose Grease Ein Co) h bey 908 Ashe- 
boro 
Rice T B, mgr Goose Grease Lin Co, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Richardson & Fariss (E Richardson, Jno B Fariss) drugs, 

121 s Elm 
Richardson E E, bkkpr Gr Nat Bank, h 615 w Gaston 
Richardson Miss Flora M, h 509 w Delphine 
Richardson Miss Florence E, wks Reece & Elam, h 509 w 

Delphine 
Richardson J N (Bettie A) asst treas Peoples Five Cent 

Savs Bk) h 615 w Gaston 
Richardson Jno W (Mary) carpenter, h 509 w Delphine 
Richardson E (Mary E) (Richardson & Fariss) h 118 Smith 
Richardson Miss Eillie B, wks J J Stone, h 509 w Delphine 
Richardson Miss M Lizzie, wks So F & W Co, h 509 w 

Delphine 
Richardson Thomas, bricklayer, bds 226 Smith 
Richardson Wm B (Flora E) bricklayer, h 226 Smith 
Richardson Dr W J, physician, 129 s Elm, h 615 w Gaston 
Ricks Miss Mary, h 306 e Washington 



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Ridenhour W M, bkkpr E J & A G Stafford, h 224 
Ridge C E, wks Merch Groc Co, bds 224 s Ashe 
Ridge Mrs M F, wid M C, bdg house, 224 s Ashe 
Ridge W J (R C) (Armfield, Ridge & Vickory) h 

Greene 
Rives C M, wks S E Hudson, h 314 Walker Ave 
Rives Mrs Ida F, wife W C, h 314 Walker Ave 
Roberts Miss Etta B, wks G H Royster, h 509 s Spring 
Roberts Miss Florence M, h 509 s Spring 
Roberts H E, wks W S Kivett, h 509 s Spring 
Roberts J M (Sophronia) h 509 s Spring 
Roberts Mrs Jennie V, h Carolina, Coneville 
Roberts E H, clerk, h 509 s Spring 
Roberts Miss Mamie, bds 121 s Ashe 
Robertson Chas H (Pearl) h 321 Gorrell 
Robertson Mrs Emily, wid Wm, h 407 e Market 
Robertson J, shoemaker, h 524^ s Elm 
Robertson J B, shoemaker, 527 s Elm, h over R C Washburn 
Robertson Miss Lucy H, teacher State Normal 
Robertson Mrs Eucy H, wid Dr D A, h 443 w Sycamore 
Robertson Jno E (Lena E) painter, h 407 e Market 
Robertson Dr R F (Mary E) dentist, loi ^ e Market, 

Church 

Robertson S C, stonecutter, bds 209 e Market 
Robertson Wm, h 443 w Sycamore 
Robinson A T (Kate M) real estate, h 300 s Spring 
Rogers Eoiinie, carpenter, h 711 s Ashe 
Rollins E C, wks J S Cobb & Co 
Rose Marshall, carpenter, h 431 n Greene 
Rose Sam'l (Jennie) h 973 e W^ashington 
Rosenblatt J M ( ) wks N J Siler, h 218 Belle Meade 

Ave 
Ross Mrs F E, wid Dr G W, bkkpr So Stock Mutual, h 433 

w Sycamore 
Ross Yancey (Eliza) h 284 East 
Rosson J E, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Rosson J W (Cornelia) h 203 w Whittington 
Rosson Miss Martha, h 203 w Whittington 
Rosson Miss Mary W, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Rosson N C, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Rosson W A, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Rowe Dr W W (Mamie) dentist, 101 }4 e Market, h 122 

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Royster Geo H (Etta F) dry goods, ii8 s Elm, h 434 Church 
Ruben B L (Rachel) merchant tailor, 126 s Elm, r 202 s 

Ashe 
Ryan Miss Evelyn, h 709 s Ashe 

Ryan R S (Eliza A) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 709 s Ashe 
Sain J A (L S) carpenter, h 114 w Bragg 
Sampson Miss Ada, h 612 Asheboro 
Sampson Miss Hattie, taxidermist, h 612 Asheboro 
Sampson Jno (Anne) h 612 Asheboro 
Sasser Geo, railroad fireman, bds 205 w Washington 
Saunders J H (Jeanette W) shoemaker, 113 s Elm, h 309 

Eindsay 
Scales A M (Bessie T) (Shaw & Scales) bds 340 n Elm 
Scales Mrs E H, wid J I, h 310 e Washington 
Scales Miss Irving, h 310 e Washington 
Scales Junius I, student, h 310 e Washington 
Scales Mrs Mary P, wid Wm, h 200 s Spring 
Scales P H, bkkpr So F & W Co, bds 404 w Market 
Scarborough A E, wks N C Chr Advocate, h 825 McGee 
Scarborough S W (Julia T) grocer, 218 w Market, h 825 

McGee 
Schenck & Schenck (David Schenck, Sr, David Schenck, Jr) 

attys at law, 1 1 2 n Elm 
Schenck David, Sr (Sallie W) (Schenck & Schenck) h 403 

n Edgeworth 
Schenck David, Jr (Eula P) (Schenck & Schenck) h 503 

n Elm 
Schenck Dr D R (Abbie W) physician, h 311 n Edgeworth 
Schenck J S, wks So F & W Co, h 403 n Edgeworth 
Schenck M, wks postoffice, h 403 n Edgeworth 
Schenck Miss Rebecca B, h 403 n Edgeworth 
Schenck W E (Eucy B) wks So Ft Dep, h 403 n Edgeworth 
Schiffman M (R G Fortune & Co) h 224 s Eugene 
Schiffman S (Esther J) (Schiffman Jewelry Co) 326 s Elm, 

h 310 s Spring 
Schmidt Rev Jno C (Josephina C) pastor Lutheran Church, 

h 240 w Bragg 
Schoolfield J W (Sue E) mail carrier, h 508 n Greene 
Scott Clarence, wks J W Scott & C o, h 320 n Forbis 
Scott David, h 218 e Gaston i 
Scott Gaither, wks Shaw & Sea es, h 325 w Market 
Scott Hugh L (Mary E) (Gr Spoke and Bending Works) h 

325 w Market 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

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Scott Miss Ida, dressmaker, h 1000 Spring Garden 

Scott J P (Nina M) wks C F & Y V Ft Dep, h 312 n Forbis 

Scott J W (J W Scott & Co) h 303 Lindsay 

Scott J W & Co (J W Scott, W C Mcl^ean) wholesale and 

retail grocers, 242 s Elm 
Scott J W & Co (J W Scott, J S Hunter) wholesale dry 

goods and notions, 240 s Elm 
Scott Levi n, atty at law, iii Court Square, h 124 Fayette- 

ville 
Scott Miss L/ula, dressmaker, h 1000 Spring Garden 
Scott Mrs M E, wid Zechariah, h 1000 Spring Garden 
Scott Miss Pearl, h 218 e Gaston 

Scott Preston, wks St Laundry, h 1000 Spring Garden 
Scott W A (Mattie J) policeman, h 240 Belle Meade Ave 
Scott Wm L, atty at law, h 320 n Forbis 
Scurlock J F (Daisy) brickmason, h Summit Ave, nr lims 
Seifert Chas, wks So F & W Co, h e Second, Coneville 
Seifert David (Clara) boss finisher So F & W Co, h e 

Second, Coneville 
Seifert Miss Rosa A, wks So F & W Co, h e Second 
Selden Mrs E M, wid, h 113 Church 
Self T H (M E) bds 127 Church 
Sellars C P, wks Lea & Tate, bds 214 e Market 
Sergeant B E, (Mary J), Pres Sergeant Mfg Co, h 219 e 

Washington 
Sergeant Geo S, (Zula L), Secy & Treas Sergeant Mfg Co, 

h 442 Arlington 
Sergeant H E, wks Robt Morrison, h 442 Arlington 
Sergeant J G, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, h 219 e Washington 
Sergeant flanufacturing Co, (B E Sergeant, Pres; G S 

Sergeant, Sec & Treas; W T Sergeant, Supt), foundry, 

328 e Washington 
Sergeant W S, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, h 419 Factory 
Sergeant Wm T, (Josie E) Supt Sergeant Mfg Co, h 419 

Factory 
Settle Miss Caroline, h 400 Asheboro 
Settle Miss Floreda, h 400 Asheboro 
Settle Miss Julia, h 400 Asheboro 
Sharp B C, (Mary S), h 400 Asheboro 
Sharp James M, (Mary A), grocer, 1057 e Washington, h 

318 East 
Sharp Mrs R C, bdg house 202 s Ashe 
Sharp W A, messenger, post office, h 202 s Ashe 

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Sharp W Iv, wks Johnson & D, h 202 s Ashe 

5haw & Scales, (T J Shaw, A M Scales) attorneys at law, 

117 Court Square 
Shaw C C, wks J W Scott & Co, h 904 Asheboro 
Shaw C S, wks J W Scott & Co, h 904 Asheboro 
Shaw Miss Emma, wks H H Cartland, h 223 Cedar 
Shaw J Henry, wks J W Scott & Co, r 108 w Washington 
Shaw Jno E, wks L A Darden, h 904 Asheboro 
Shaw T J, (Mary), (Shaw & Scales), h 122 Smith 
Sheek C F, wks Jno Barker, bds 108 n Davie 
Sheetz G W, (Josephine), lineman W. U Tel Co, h 335 n 

Greene 
Sheppard Miss Daisy, seamstress, h 604 s Ashe 
Sherrill C O, photographer, no s Elm, bds 520 w Wash- 
ington 
Sherrill W M, editor Guilford Herald, r 202 s Ashe 
Sherwood Miss Annie M, h 426 w Gaston 
Sherwood Mrs M D, widow M S, h 426 w Gaston 
Sherwood M S, teller Gr Nat'l Bank, h 426 w Gaston 
Sherwood T D, mgr Cox-Ferree Dry Goods Co, h 426 w 

Gaston 
Shober Miss Annie E, stenographer, h 120 w Sycamore 
Shober Miss Eettie R, h 120 w Sycamore 
Shober Mrs N L, widow C E, h 120 w Sycamore 
Shober Miss Virginia D, h 120 w Sycamore 
Shober Miss Vivian G, teacher Graded School, h 120 w 

Sycamore 
Shoemaker Mrs Nancy, widow Wm, h 418 Morehead Ave 
Shoffner C C, wks Odell Hdw Co, r 218 e Market 
Short C M, railroad emp, h 824 Worth Ave 
Short J C, (Eenora), conductor C F & Y V, h 824 Worth 

Ave 
Short Miss Olivia, h 824 Worth Ave 

Shultz C A, (Winifred T), wks O F Pearce, h 230 e Market 
Sides C M, tel operator, bds 515 w Gaston 
Sides E E, (Belle H), bkkpr Piedmont Bank, h 515 w 

Gaston 
Sikes Mrs Eliza, widow Wm, grocer 322 n Greene, h 320 

n Greene 
Siler Jno, mill builder, h 109 e Market 
Siler J M, wks Sergeant Mfg Co 
Siler N J, watchmaker and jeweler, 109 e Market 
Siler Mrs J W, wid, h 932 Walker Ave 



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Simpson A M (Purcell & Simpson) 

Simpson Joseph, carpenter, bds 230 s Ashe 

Simpson Shady, wks So Ry, h 412 w Lee 

Simpson Wm (Merchants Grocery Co) bds Benbow House 

Simpson W W (Fannie E) farmer, h 863 Bellvue 

Sims R D, wks Sam'l Brown Co, h loio Spring Garden 

Singer Mfg Co (R L England, mgr) 103 w Market 

Skenes Geo (Hattie) wks So F & W Co, h Bessemer Ave 

Skenes Miss Jennie, h 119 s Gilmer 

Skenes J Y, h 119 s Gilmer 

Skenes R Y (Mary S) carpenter, h 119 s Gilmer 

Slate Henry, h 815 Walker Ave 

Slate Mrs A F, wid Wm, h 815 Walker Ave 

Sloan Miss Annette W, h 225 e Washington 

Sloan R M, wks So Exp Co, h 320 w Market 

Sloan Thos J (Lizzie G) h 225 e Washington 

Small Miss Alice M, h 502 w Market 

Small Miss Lilian, h 502 w Market 

Small Mrs M E, wid, h 502 w Market 

Small Miss May T, h 502 w Market 

Smith Miss Alice, housekeeper, h 405 Asheboro 

Smith A D, engineer So Ry, h 429 King 

Smith & Gardner (J W Smith, Howard Gardner) druggists, 

100 s Elm 
Smith, Blackburn & Co (Banner Warehouse) 210 and 216 w 

Market 
Smith B E (Annie) bkkpr Cape Fear M Co, h 228 w Bragg 
Smith B N (Gulie E) farmer, h 116 n Davie 
Smith C A & F F, furniture and undertaking, 324 s Elm 
Smith Miss Carrie B, h 116 n Davie 
Smith Chas H, wks C E Holton, h 401 Church 
Smith Miss Daisy, h 200 n Forbis 
Smith David B, h 510 Arlington 
Smith Edward, street hand, h 200 n Forbis 
Smith Dr E W (Mary W) pastor ist Pres Church, h 332 

Church 
Smith E H (Frances A) engineer So Ry, h 429 King 
Smith Miss Fannie, h 1059 College Ave 
Smith Frank E, plumber, h 421 Arlington 
Smith F F (Jane) (C A & F F Smith) h 331 n Greene 
Smith Miss Fannie May, h 316 w Gaston 
Smith Geo (Lydia A) rock-mason, h 117 n Forbis 
Smith Geo A (Nannie E) (J H Whitt & Co) h 606 Asheboro 



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Smith H C, engineer C F & Y V, bds 508 Asheboro 

Smith Hay Watson, h 347 Church 

Smith Henry W, wks So F & W Co, h 5241^ s Ehn 

Smith I L (Sarah B) carpenter, h 524^ s Elm 

Smith I N (M E) supervisor So Ry, h 620 Asheboro 

Smith J C, engineer Proximity Mfg Co 

Smith J D (Nannie C) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 908 Ashe- 
boro 

Smith James F, student, h 606 Asheboro 

Smith Dr J H (Mary K) pastor ist Pres Church, h 347 
Church 

Smith J J (Eureka) wks Reece & Elam, h 305 e Market 

Smith J W (Mollie J) (Smith & Gardner) (Smith, Black- 
burn & Co) h 316 w Gaston 

Smith Jno Y (Delphinia E) contractor, h 510 Arlington 

Smith Jno Y, Jr, h 510 Arlington 

Smith Mrs L A, wid Madison, h 202 w Sycamore 

Smith Miss Eala B, h 429 King 

Smith Miss IMary, h 200 n Forbis 

Smith Miss M Gertrude, teacher, h 510 Arlington 

Smith Miss Mamie E, h 202 w Sycamore 

Smith Miss Nannie L, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 316 w Gaston 

Smith Miss Nora, h 834 w IMarket 

Smith Mrs Permelia, wid Thomas, h 214 e Market 

Smith R H (Sarah J) street overseer, h 200 n Forbis 

Smith Miss Rosa May, h 117 n Forbis 

Smith Prof S C (Emma J) principal Lindsay Street Graded 
School, h 401 Church 

Smith Mrs Sarah M, wid S A, h 401 Asheboro 

Smith S N (Ellen S) photographer, h 834 w Market 

Smith Wm, wks So Ft Dep, h 620 Asheboro 

Smith W C, teacher, h 401 Church 

Smith W T (Roe J) bkkpr J W Scott & Co, h 316 w Gaston 

Smithdeal L A, books, musical instruments, etc, 226 s Elm, 
r 112 e Market 

Smothers A E (Sarah) h 411 e Market 

Smothers Mrs Bettie, wid, h 293 East 

Smothers Wm, electric light trimmer, h 411 e Market 

Sneed Miss Anne M, teacher Gr Fem Coll 

Sneed J B, ins agt, r 218 n Elm 

Snell F V (Jennie) saloon, 334 s Elm, h 621 Asheboro 

Snipes Alice, housekeeper, h 313 e Washington 



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Snow Wm (Ida M) trav salesman, h 425 Chnrch 
i^ Sockwell Miss Belle, h 403 w Market 

Sockwell Mrs Matilda, wid Robt, h 410 Jackson 
'^ Sockwell W T, wks D E Thomas, r 105 n Davie 
^ South Greensboro Graded School, Lee T Blair, principal, 

cor Bragg and Asheboro 
South Greensboro Pharmacy (J R Bivens, mgr) 420 Ashe- 
boro 
^-^ Southern Express Co (C C Collins, agt) 334 s Elm 

Southern Finishing and Warehouse Co (Neil Ellington, 

pres; J W Lindau, secy treas and gen'l mgr) 2nd street, 

Coneville 
Southern Railway Freight Depot, R E Vernon, agt, 404 s 

Elm 
Southern Stock Mutual Insurance Co (J M Worth, pres; 

E P Wharton, v-pres; A W McAlister, secy and treas) 

115 Court Square 
Southern Tobacco Manufacturers Association (G P Talbott, 

secy and treas) ofi&ce Benbow House 
Spencer A T, wks Gr Fu M Co, h 719 s Elm 
Spencer Miss Dora, h 719 s Elm 

Spencer Edward, section master C F & Y V, bds 125 w Lee 
Spencer El wood, foreman Gr Fu M Co, bds 427 w Lee 
Spencer M L, wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 423 w Lee 
Spencer N L (Susan L) wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 719 s Elm 
Spencer W T, ins agt, r 202 s Ashe 
St Agnes Catholic Church, Rev Joseph Mueller, pastor, n 

Forbis bet Mebane and Lindsay 
St Andrew's Episcopal Church, cor Arlington and Lee 
St Barnabas Episcopal Chnrch, cor Gaston and Greene 
St Sing G W, paint and blacksmith shop, 226 s Davie, h 

Walker Ave, bey lims 
St Sing Thos D, wks G W St Sing, h Walker Ave, bey 

lims 
Stack A H, wks G H Royster, h 434 Church 
Stack Ernest, wks G H Royster, li 434 Church 
Stafford A G (E J & A G Stafford) 116 n Greene 
Stafford E J (Lula R) (E J & A G Stafford) h 618 w Gaston 
Stafford E J & A G, mfrs tobacco, 116 n Greene 
Stafford J W, mgr Armour Pkg Co, bds 127 Church 
Staley A P (Irene) watchmaker, 125 s Elm, bds 224 s Ashe 
Staley C W, painter, bds 209 e Market 
Staley Walter, painter, bds 209 e Market 



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Stanford Carl, wks Hucomuga, h 820 s Elm 

Stanford Miss Mamie, wks Hucomuga, h 820 s Elm 

Stanford R A (Debbie J) wks Hucomuga, h 820 s Elm 

Staples Appleton, wks So F & W Co, h 305 w Market 

Staples Miss Eilian, h 305 w Market 

Staples J N (M D A) atty at law, 104 Court Square, h 305 

w Market 
Starr Mrs Annie, wid Henry, h 867 Bellvue 
Starr A Edgar, weaver Hucomuga, h 867 Bellvue 
Starr Fred M, weaver Hucomuga, h 867 Bellvue 
State Normal and Industrial School (Dr C D Mclver, pres) 

Spring Garden, nr lims 
Steamer Co No i, no w Gaston 

Stedman , wks Gr Fu M Co, bds 231 Eewis 

Steed C V, mechanic, h 740 Pearson 

Steinback J S, wks Sergeant M Co, h bey lims 

Stephens Mrs L H, wid x^ H, h 715 s Elm 

Stevens J F (Dora E) piillman conductor, Eaurie and So Ry 

nr Normal 
Stevenson Jno Z (Nannie) carpenter, h 828 Vance 
Stevenson S W, wks Gr Fu M Co, r 5141^ s Elm 
Stewart Adam (Jean) wks Eagle Fndry, h 705 s Ashe 
Stewart Miss Agnes, stenographer Cone Exp and Com Co 
Stewart Miss Clara, stenographer Cone Exp and Com Co 
Stewart Ham V, wks Merch Groc Co, h 208 e Gaston 
Stewart J M (Nannie E) wks C P Vanstory, h 208 e Gaston 
Stewart Jno W (Dosky) wks So F & W Co, h bey 739 

Church 
Stewart Miss Katie M, h 705 s Ashe 
Stewart M C, clerk postoffice, r 202 s Ashe 
Stewart M E (Dora V) h 359 s Ashe 
Stewart S D E (M F) wks So F & W Co, h Summit Ave, 

nr lims 
Stewart W N (Jennetie) h Summit Ave, nr lims 
Stewart W T, (Emily), with Cone Exp and Com Co 
Stinson Jno, shooting gallery, 346 s Elm 
Stockton F E; conductor So Ry, h 328 e Dee 
Stockton Robt, wks Eeak Bros & H 
Stone Geo E, (Marrha) h 102 s Mendenhall 
Stone Geo W, h 413 Asheboro 
Stone Miss H F, h 102 s Mendenhall 

Stone Jos J, job printing, 120 w Market, h 615 w Market 
Stone Miss Mamie, h 615 w Market 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8, 



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Stone Mrs Margaret A, widow J A, h 615 w Market 
Stone Miss Susie I, clerk Tel Exch, h 615 w Market 
Stone R W, wks J J Stone, h 615 w Market 
Stone W E, (Susan) (W E Stone & Co), li 488 Church 
Stone W E & Co, (W E & Geo H Stone) leaf tobacco, 226 

and 228 Belle Meade Ave 
Stout E Iv, (Etta) wks Reece & Elam, h 416 w Bragg 
Stratford Henry, h 902 Julian 
Stratford W O, (Bessie) farmers' and builders' supplies 225 

s Davie, h 902 Julian 
Stroud A G, bds 368 s Elm 
Stroud J B, trav salesman, r 210 s Ashe 
Stutts S W, (Daisy) wks Hucomuga, h rear 201 w Whit- 

tington 

Suggs E T, ( ), mail agent, r 368 s Elm 

Sullivan D, (Sarah), wks So F & W Co, h Carolina 

Sullivan James, wks So F & W Co, h Carolina 

Sullivan J E (Epsie J), sewing machine agent, h 861 s Elm 

iLullivan Miss Mary, h 861 s Elm 

Sullivan Wm, wks So F & W Co, h Carolina 

Sutton Miss Eula, 545 Eithia 

Swain Miss Ada E, h 213 Eyndon 

Swain Miss Flora, h 222 Fayetteville 

Swain Miss Isabella, art teacher, h 213 Lyndon 

Swain Mrs Isabella E, widow Eyndon, h 213 Lyndon 

Swain Jno A, (Eliza), carpenter, h 222 Fayetteville 

Swain Miss Lelia R, h 222 Fayetteville 

Swain Logan, farmer, h 213 Lyndon 

Swain Miss Mary L, h 213 Lyndon 

Swain S R, wks Lewis & Huff, 228 s Davie 

Swan S B, h 202 Fayetteville 

Swan Wm C, (Emma M), h 202 Fayetteville 

Swink M F (Alice M), h Race Track st, Jonesboro 

Sykes Walter, wks Hucomuga, h 201 w Whittington 

Talbott G P, secy and treas So Tob Mfrs Assn, bds Benbow 

House 
Tar Heel Chemical Co (H C Martin, pres and mgr, C E 

Hoi ton, secy and treas) office 125 s Elm, laboratory 

206 w Market 
Tate Chas W, secy Gr Security and Inv Co, bds McAdoo 

House 
Tate E L (Lucie S) clerk postoffice, h 1005 Walker Ave 
Tate Geo K, student, h 121 w Sycamore 



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Tate Mrs Harriet E, wid H H, h 286 Belle Meade Ave 

Tate H H, clerk Gr Nat'l Bk, h 286 Belle Meade Ave 

Tate Jno A, student, h 121 w Sycamore 

Tate J T, pres Gr Secy and Inv Co, r 112 n Elm 

Tate DrR W (Mattie M) physician, iig}4 s Elm, li 335 

Asheboro 
Tate Thos H, clerk postoffice, h 286 Belle Meade Ave 
Tate Thos H, clerk, h 335 Asheboro 

Tatum & Taylor (H B Tatnm, F N Taylor) buggy reposi- 
tory, 115 e Depot, livery stable 113 e Depot 
Tatum H B (Cora M) (Tatum & Taylor) h 416 n Greene 
Tatum I^I J (Mary T) h 514 w Market 
Tatum Mrs IMartha, wid Benton, h 208 e Market 
Taylor Miss Annie, h s Ashe bey lims 
Taylor Byron H, h 434 Arlington 
Taylor D, wks J L King & Co, bds 735 e Washington 
Taylor F N (Tatum & Taylor) r 113 e Depot 
Taylor Hal C, h 434 Arlington -' 

Taylor ]\Iiss Ida M, h 434 Arlington 
Taylor Miss Josie, h 729 Pearson 
Taylor J B (Ella C) h 434 Arlington 
Taylor J F (Margaret A) solicitor, h 415 Lithia 
Taylor Seth, wks C F & Y V Ft Dep, h 415 Lithia 
Taylor Miss Virginia, teacher, h 415 Lithia 
Taylor W A, wks Lewis & Huff, r 230 s Davie 
Taylor Z V, dispatcher C F & Y V, lawyer, 106 Court 

Square 
Teague Miss Daisy, wks J W Scott & Co, h 423 e Wash- 
ington 
Teague Ernest, bkkpr Eagle Fndry, h 423 e Washington 
Teague Sam'l, wks Eagle Fndry, h 423 e Washington 
Teague W J (Lizzie) (Eagle Fndry) h 423 e Washington 
Tenny Jno B, wks G W Ward, h 998 Spring Garden 
Terry Miss Lula, dressmaker, h 127 Church 
Thacker & Brockmann (J L Thacker, J L Brockmann) dry 

goods and shoes, 232 s Elm 
Thacker J L (Ella G) (Thacker & Brockmann) h 207 s 

Eugene 
Thacker J T (Kate A) wks H H Cartland, h 340 n Greene 
Thacker L R, baggage clerk So Ry, h 218 s Ashe 
Thacker Mrs M E, wid J H, h 218 s Ashe 
Thigpen C D, wks So F and W Co, h 436 e Washington 
Thigpen Job (Emily) h 436 e Washington 



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Thigpen K V, wks So F and W Co, h 436 e Washington 
Thigpen R F (Ivuella) wks So F and W Co, h 436 e Wash- 
ington 
Thigpen W R, wks So F and W Co, h 436 e Washington 
Thorn J E, harnessmaker, h 218 s Ashe 

Thomas (Dora) carpenter, h 801 e Market 

Thomas Miss Ada E, wks Mrs Omohundro, h 2196 Market 
Thomas C E, wks N J McDnffie, h 219 e Market 
Thomas C F, job printing, 125 s Elm, h 509 n Greene 
Thomas D E (Nora S) grocer, 125 s Davie, h 105 n Davie 
Thomas Miss Ethellyne G, h 105 n Davie 
Thomas Miss Jane, seamstress, h 509 n Greene 
Thomas James D, farmer, h 426 w Gaston 
Thomas Jno, wks C F Thomas, h 509 n Greene 
Thomas Jno, (Eon), wks Hucomuga, h s Elm bey Mc- 

Culloch 
Thomas Jno C, wks W D McAdoo, h 219 e Market 
Thomas Jno W, (Fannie), carpenter, h 219 e Market 
Thomas Miss Mary F, seamstress, h 509 n Greene 
Thomas Rank, (Mattie), livery stable, 313 s Elm and s 

Davie bet Washington and Depot, h 413 Jackson 
Thomas Miss Sallie M, dressmaker, h 219 e Market 
Thomas Wm, wks Hncomuga, h s Elm bey McCulloch 
Thomas Wm A, wks Workman & Chrisman, h 219 e 

Market 
Thomas Wm H, wks C F Thomas, h 509 n Greene 
Thomas W R, h 973 e Washington 
Thompson E E, wks Glascock & Son 

Thompson Geo, wks Hucomuga, h rear 201 w Whittington 
Thompson J W, wks Gr Fur M Co, r 511^ s Elm 
Thompson Saml, (Bettie), (Allred & Thompson), h 410 e 

McCulloch 
Thompson Saml N, wks J H Whitt & Co, bds 404 w 

Market 
Thompson Silas, wks So F & W Co, h 410 e McCulloch 
Thompson W E, wks Gr Fur M Co, r 5111^ s Elm 
Thornlow Sam'l W, (Jennie M), h 108 e McCulloch 
Thornton Frank J, wks J J Thornton, h 624 Asheboro 
Thornton J J, (Jane), watchmaker and jeweler, 114 s Elm, 

h 624 Asheboro 
Thornton Mrs Maggie, wid W C, h 436 n Greene 
Thornwell W M, (Ivy), wks R P Gorrell, h 862 s Elm 
Threy James, wks So F & W Co, h 416 n Greene 



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Tilden C W F, clerk So Ft Dep 

Tomkin J W, (Mollie), engineer Gr Water Snp Co, 1045 

n Greene 
Tomlinson J E, (Mary F), railway postal clerk, li 231 e 

Washington 
Tomlinson W E, (Mary E), wks S E Hudson, li 825 Bilbro 

Alley 
Transit House, (Mrs E S Banks, prop), 301 s Elm 
Travis J H, wks Leak Bros & H, h 707 Bilbro Alley 
Treadaway G W, wks F V Snell, h 231 Eewis 
Treadaway Mrs E F, wid, h 231 Lewis 
Trogdon S E, (Mary R), clerk, U S Court, li 252 Hum- 
phries 
Trogdon T K, (Emma J) tobacconist, h 700 s Elm 
Trotter Miss Mary E, wks Odell Hdw Co, h no s Ashe 
Trotter Wm D, (Clementine T), public administrator, 108 

n Elm li no s Ashe 
Troxler & Eow, (W R Troxler, Jno H Eow), groceries, 

230 Lewis 
Troxler Jno F, grocer, cor McCulloch & Ashe, r 230 Lewis 
Troxler J M, brickmason, h 411 e Market 
Troxler W R, (Troxler & Low) r 230 Lewis 
Truit J R, carpenter, h 857 Vance 
Truit J W (Henrietta J), wheelwright, 120 Lewis, h 857 

Vance 
Truit Miss Lavenia C, dressmaker, h 857 Vance 
Truit Miss Mary J, h 857 Vance 
Truit Miss Sarah E, dressmaker, h 857 Vance 
Tucker & Erwin, (E R Tucker, A R Erwin), grocers, 515 

s Elm 
Tucker Miss Callie I, wks Hendrix & Co, bds 115 w 

Market 
Tucker E R, (M L), (Tucker & Erwin), h 853 Bellvue 
Tucker Jno W, wks E R Fishblate, r 115 w Market 
Tunstall J H, (Mary D), fireman C F & Y V, h 703 Ashe- 

boro 
Turner Miss Ada, wks So F and W Co, r 100 s Greene 
Turner J P (M T) ins agt, h 222 w Bragg 
Turner Mrs Mary, wid J J, h loio Walker Ave 
Turner Richard, wks Gr I and C Co, h 220 w Gaston 
Turner Mrs S E, wid Amos, h 514^^ s Elm 
Turner Thos, wks Henry Huuter, h w Lee 
Turner Thos E, ins agt, h 222 w Bragg 



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E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 



DIRECTORY— WHITE. 



Turner Wm, messenger W U T Co, h 220 w Gaston 

Turner W H (Ethlyn W) h 220 w Gaston 

Turner W P, wks Patriot, h loio Walker Ave 

Tyack Miss Sue, h 500 Arlington 

Tye B F (N A) builder, h 406 e McCulloch 

Tye S B, wks C F & Y V, h 406 e McCullocli 

Tyler Mrs R W, wid J H, h 520 w Washington 

Underwood W I, wks J J Stone, bds 202 s Ashe 

Upchurch J M (Mattie) asst miller North & Watson, h 324 

n Greene 
Vanstory C fl (Cora) (C M Vanstory & Co) h 349 n Elm 
Vanstory C H & Co (C M Vanstory, W G Balsley) clothing, 

236-238 s Elm 
Vanstory C P (Eucy) livery stable, iii, 115, 114, 116 s 

Davie, 117 s Elm, h 208 e Market 
Vanstory Geo, wks C P Vanstory, h 208 e Market 
Vanstory Mrs Mary, wid Jno, h Bessemer Ave 
Vanstory Wm (Susan) h Bessemer Ave 
Varner E E, wks Hucomuga, h 203 w Whittington 
Vaughn D O (Emma R) engineer Gas and E Et Co, h 213 

e Gaston 
Vaughn R Q (Margaret S) cashier Piedmont Bank, h 347 

Church 
Venable A K, wks B E Ruben, h 519 e Bragg 
Venable C P, wks Reece & Elam, h 519 e Bragg 
Venable D W, h 519 e Bragg 
Venable Miss Susan M, h 519 e Bragg 
Vernon A T (Bessie) baggage master So Ry, h 450 Arlington 
Vernon R L (Virginia) agt So Ry, h 346 Asheboro 
Vernon Wm S, wks So Ft Dep, h 346 Asheboro 
Vickory A W (Ida N) (Armfield, Ridge & Vickory) h 427 

Walker Ave 
Vickory Miss Eula, h 427 Walker Ave 
Voltz Bernard, farmer, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Voltz Bernard, Jr, wks Eagle Fndry, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Voltz Miss Clara, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Vuncanon & Co (M Vuncanon, Geo W White) grocers, 528 

s Elm 
Vuncanon M (Mollie E) (Vuncanon & Co) h 531 s Elm 
Waddell Mrs D C, h 223 n Edgeworth 
Waddell Miss Kate S, h 223 n Edgeworth 
Wagner Chas, wks Cone Exp and Com Co 
Wagner Jno A N, carpenter, h 337 s Ashe 

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Wagner Mrs May, wid Jacob, h 337 s Ashe 

Wagner Wm, wks W S Kivett, h ■^t^'] s Ashe 

Wakefield Hardware Co (W L Frazier, mgr) 229 s Elm 

Walker Jno A, plasterer, h 443 e Whittington 

Walker J H (Sallie A) (Bevill & Walker) pres Piedmont 

Bank, h 440 w Gaston 
Walker S J (W I) fireman So Ry, h 860 s Elm 
Wall Miss Carrie, wks Miss Hamner, bds 210 s Ashe 
Wall Ernest, wks So F and W Co, h 416 n Greene 
Wall Mrs M A, wid Solomon, h bey 908 Asheboro 
Walsh J H (Mary W) master of transportation So Ry, h 

286 Belle Meade Ave 
Walters Chas L, wks J W Jones, bds 220 Mebane 
Walters J M (lyucy J) wks Gnilf Lumb M Co, h 220 Mebane 
Walters Miss Lou M, h 220 Mebane 
Walters Sylvester G, newsboy, h 220 Mebane 
Walters Wm (Rosa) wks Cape Fear M Co, h 876 s Cedar 
Ward Gaston W (Mary B) druggist, 108 s Elm, h 998 

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Warren Mrs Bettie E, seamstress, h 116^ e Sycamore 
Warren Frank, wks J L King & Co, h 1161/2 e Sycamore 

Washburn R C ( ) grocer, 526 s Elm, h 454 Gorrell 

Watkins C R (M R) conductor So Ry yard, h 304 e Bragg 

Watlington A P, clerk Jno Barker, h 108 n Davie 

Watlington Mrs E C, wid, bdg house, 356 s Elm 

Watlington Miss Hattie, h 356 s Elm 

Watlington M W, clerk McAdoo House 

Watson C S (Flora) trav salesman, h 442 Arlington 

Watson J F (Eena M) farmer, h 816 s Elm 

Watson W A, brickyard, Summit Ave nr Hendrix, h 

Summit Ave nr lims 
Watson W A, Jr (North & Watson) h Walker Ave bey lims 
Weatherly A (Eizzie) real estate collector, h 325 e Eee 
Weatherly J A, clerkj loi i<^ e Market, h 119 n Davie 
Weatherly Miss Jessie E, h 119 n Davie 
Weatherly Mrs N C, millinery, 109 w Market, h 109)^ w 

Market 
Weatherly W J (Eucy) policeman, h 119 n Davie 
Weatherspoon J A, engineer C F & Y V, bds 508 Asheboro 
Weatherspoon W S (E M) chief dispatcher C F & Y V, h 

502 Asheboro 
Weaver Mrs A A, bdg house, 230 s Ashe 
Weaver Miss Carrie, h 317 n Greene 



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Weaver Chas C, h 602 w Market 

Weaver Mrs E J, wid P D, h 317 n Greene 

Weaver Rev J H (Jennie) h 602 w Market 

Weaver Miss Iv A, h 230 s Ashe 

Weaver Miss Mary, h 317 n Greene 

Weaver Miss Nannie, h 317 n Greene 

Weaver Miss Octavia, h 317 n Greene 

Weaver Rev R W, li 317 n Greene 

Weaver T Joseph, wks E R Fishblate, h 230 s Ashe 

Weaver Weldon, flagman So Ry, h 328 e Eee 

Weaver W C, carpenter, h 230 s Ashe 

Webster Bartlett, wks So F & W Co, h 416 n Greene 

Webster C S, (Webster Supply Co), bicycles, rubber goods 

and genl supply house, 521 s Elm, r do 
Webster James, works So F & W Co, h 416 n Greene 
Weinstein Joseph, (M. Greenberg, mgr) clothing, 330 s Elm 
Weiss C A (Ellie E) butcher, h 713 Asheboro 
Welborn Miss Geneva, bkkpr N C Chr Advocate, h 610 

Morehead Ave 
Welborn J W, wks W P Bennett, bds 702 e Market 
Welch P_G, wks Odell Hdw Co, r 406 w Washington '" 
Welker T TTJlda.) mechanic, h 313 East 
Wells A A (Annie E) bridge contractor So Ry, h 445 

Church 

Wells Miss A lola, h 445 Church 
Wells Miss Julia A, h 445 Church 
Wemyss J B, engineer C F" & Y V, bds 508 Asheboro 
West Miss Alice J, h 209 n Cedar 
West E G (M Neta) h 927 Pearson 
West J H (Lizzie H) ice cream and confectionery, 304 and 

306 s Elm, h 209 n Cedar 
West Jno, dyer, h 118 e McCulloch 

West Washington Street Baptist Church, 204 w Washing- 
ton 
Western Union Telegraph Co (S A Howard, mgr) 114 s 

Elm 
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Rev S O Hall, pastor, 

409 Asheboro 
Wetmore Miss Annie T, h 406 Jackson 
Wetmore Miss Rosa H, h 406 Jackson 
Wetmore W H (Elizabeth A) trav salesman, h 406 Jackson 
Wharton Bros (H W & EG Wharton) books, stationery, 

etc, 224 s Elm 

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Wharton E P (Ida M) v-pres So Stock Mutual Ins Co, h 
741 Pearson 

Wharton E R, h 739 Church 

Wharton Henry W (Nora G) (Wharton Bros) h 739 Church 

Wharton Jesse R (Mary J) h 739 Church 

Wharton Jno C, h 741 Pearson 

Wharton J W (H Maria) agr implements and bldg material, 
324 s Elm, h 731 Pearson 

Wharton E G (Wharton Bros) h 739 Church 

Wharton Miss Mattie, wks H H Cartland, h 514 w Market 

Wharton Robt H, wks Hendrix & Co, h 739 Church 

Wharton Miss Ruth, h 731 Pearson 

Wharton W C (Codie) h 354 Church 

Wharton W E (Sudie J) (Smith, Blackburn & Co) h w 
Gaston bet Eugene and Edgeworth 

Wheeler Miss Bertha G, h 410 w Delphine 

Wheeler Bettie, h 209 e Eee 

Wheeler C C, carpenter, h 620 Keogh 

Wheeler D E, carpenter, h 840 s Elm 

Wheeler Miss Helen J, h 410 w Delphine 

Wheeler J B (Mary S) carpenter, h 620 Keogh 

Wheeler Jno K (Hattie G) wks Cox-P'erree, h 410 w Del- 
phine 

Wheeler Mrs Phoebe, wid Henry, h 840 s Elm 

White Miss Alice, h 713 Asheboro 

White A B (Emma F) sanitary policeman, h 310 Asheboro 

W^hite Miss Annie C, h 316 e Eindsay 

White Miss Constance, bds McAdoo House 

White Cornelius (E J) wks Jno W Wharton, h 713 Ashe- 
boro 

White Geo W (Pauline) (Vuncanon & Co) trav salesman, 
h 305 n Edgeworth 

White H E, flagman C F & Y V, h 703 Asheboro 

White J D (Mary C) h 316 e Lindsay 

White Jonathan K, h 316 e Eindsay 

White Mrs J E, bds McAdoo House 

White J Wesley, artist, h 310 Asheboro 

White Miss Josie T, h 703 Asheboro 

White Miss Eily, dressmaker, bds 424 e Washington 

White L T, wks Sample Brown M Co, h 703 Asheboro 

White Miss Martha, h 300 Chestnut 

White Miss Mary E, h 316 e Eindsay 

White Miss Mattie G, h 316 e Eindsay 

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White Miss Pearlie C, li 316 e Lindsay 

White Robt G, (Josie S), photographer, 108^ w Market, 

h 132 Price 
White Miss Sarah M, h 115 e Gaston 
White S P, (Martha E), shoemaker, 527 s Ehn, h 871 s 

Elm 
White Thomas, watchman So Ry, h 300 Chestnut 
White W H, (N R E) wks Guilf Lumb M Co, 519 Arling- 
ton 
Whitsett Dr. Q W, (Maud B) dentist, io6>< s Elm, h 123 

Church 
Whitt J H, (J H Whitt & Co), bds 414 n Elm 
Whitt J H & Co, (J H Whitt, Geo A Smith), Farmers 
Warehouse and leaf tobacco factory, 313 n Greene 

Whittington , clerk, r 112 e Market 

Whittington A, wks Eewis & Huff, h 201 yi e Sycamore 

Whittington Miss Cad, h 347 Asheboro 

Whittington C E, bicycle repairer, h 511 Gorrell 

Whittington Conrad, wks J J Phoenix, h 322 East 

Whittington Miss Jessie E, h 201^ e Sycamore 

Whittington Joseph F, cabinet maker, h 201 ^4 e Sycamore 

Whittington Mrs E G, wid Alphonso, h 511 Gorrell 

Whittington M A, policeman, h 347 Asheboro 

Whittington Miss Mariana, h 322 East 

Whittington Miss Mary, h 347 Asheboro 

Whittington M S, (Melinda), wks Eagle Fndry, h 322 East 

Whittington R C, h 511 Gorrell 

Whittington W F, (Fannie E), cabinetmaker, 210 Market 

Square, h 201 yi e Sycamore 
Whitw^orth W C, wks Henry Hunter, bds 115 w Market 
Wiley S S, asst postmaster, r 202 s Ashe 
Wiley T A (S E) boss dyer Hucomuga, h 913 s Elm 
Wiley T W (Elizabeth) carpenter, h 620 Arlington 
Wilkerson B F (Eaura) carpenter, h 711 s Ashe 
Wilkerson Miss Caressa, h 711 s Ashe 
Wilkerson C B, carpenter, h 711 s Ashe 
Wilkerson Oscar, carpenter, bds 628 s Ashe 
Wilkerson R E, carpenter, h 711 s Ashe 
Williams Miss Annie, housekeeper, h 812 s Elm 
Williams A J (Emma) wks J J Stone, h 106 s Greene 
Williams Mrs A L, r 218 Eewis 
Williams Mrs Cornelia, wid, h 524^ s Elm 
Williams Miss Eliza N, registrar State Normal 



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Williams Geo S, railroad employe, bds 202 e Market 
Williams Mrs Jane, wid Abner J, h 208 w Sycamore 
Willialns Jno (Daisy I^) dairyman, h 913 Asheboro 
Williams J H, wks So Ft Dep, h 910 e Market 
Williams Dr J M (Mary E) physician, h 910 e Market 
Williams Rev J S, pastor Protestant Methodist Church, h 

323 Asheboro 
Williams J W, wks Caldcleugh & Bro, bds 219)^ s Elm 
Williams Miss Missouri, h 429 e Washington 
Williams O (vSallie L) trav salesman, h 401 Asheboro 
Williams Ross, railroad baggage master, r 346 s Ashe 
Williams R W, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 641 Asheboro 
Williams Mrs Sarah, wid James, h 114 w Gaston 
Williams W E, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h 913 Asheboro 
Williams W T, wks Odell Hdw Co, h 641 Asheboro 
Willis Wm, carpenter, h 911 Asheboro 
Wills Mrs A E, wid Rev R H, h 621 Keogh 
Wills E S, stenographer C F & Y V, h 621 Keogh 
Wills J N, bkkpr Odell Hdw Co, h 621 Keogh 
Wills R T, bkkpr Odell Hdw Co, h 621 Keogh 
Wilmoth J J (Mary E) yard fireman So Ry, h 901 Asheboro 
Wilson Miss Agnes J, h 818 w Market 
Wilson Mrs Annie, wid E H, h 206 n Davie 
Wilson A G (Mollie B) grocer, 417 e Washington, h 419 

e Washington 
Wilson Dr A R (Eucy P) physician, 225)^ s Elm, h 438 

Church 
Wilson C B (Emma C) (Hodgin, Pegram & Co) h 912 

Walker Ave 
Wilson C C (Esther A) mfr water wheels, h 806 Asheboro 
Wilson Miss H M (New York Bazaar) h 818 w Market 
Wilson Herman, railway postal clerk, h 206 n Davie 
Wilson J A, wks C C Wilson, h 806 Asheboro 
Wilson Jno N (Etta C) atty at law, 104 >^ n Elm, h 328 

Asheboro 
Wilson J R A, wks Houston & Bro, h 403 w Market 
Wilson Miss EiHie, h 403 w Market 
Wilson Miss Minnie, h 403 w Market 
Wilson Miss Martha D, h 818 w Market 
Wilson Mrs Nellie, wid Rob't, h 403 w Market 
Wimble J F (Nancy C) wks Eewis & Huff, h 233 s Davie 
Winningham Miss Alma, h 617 Asheboro 
Winningham J E, (Nannie H), contractor, h 617 Asheboro 



WGW iilVGI* bt)6aill V»03/l— Best in theSouUi. For prices, see 
Phone No. S. CUNNINGHAM BROS. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— WHITE. 107 

Winslow A R, clerk McAdo House 

Winslow T N, mgr Gr Stock Exchange, 234^ s Elm, r do 
Winstead Mrs M A, wid, bdg house 404 w Market 
Wise David, tailor 234^ s Elm, bds 115 w Market 
Witherspoon Cam (S C) engineer So Ry, h 322 Asheboro 
Witherspoon J A, railroad engineer, r 368 s Elm 
Witherspoon Miss Sarah E, wks Merch Groc Co, h 322 

Asheboro 
Wolfe Jno Iv, wks J M Wolfe, h 309 n Forbis 
Wolfe Jno M, (Mary J), contractor, h 309 n Forbis 
Wolfe Miss Mary V, h 309 n Forbis 
WombJe P E, (Mollie S), wks Thos Woodroffe, h 900 e 

Market 
Wood W W, Jr, trav salesman J E King & Co 
Woodard Robt, (Maggie E), brickmason, h 528 Douglas 
Woodburn Mrs Jane, wid, h 842 Vance 
Woodburn Jno, wks Eagle Fndry, h 5i4j!>^ s Elm 
Woodest Ernest, wks Eewis & Huff, h Asheboro 
Woodroffe Miss Fannie, h 407 Walker Ave 
Woodroffe Frank, h 407 Walker Ave 
Woodroffe Geo, h 407 Walker Ave 
Woodroffe Thomas, Sr, (Mary Ann), contractor, pres and 

mgr Greensboro Brick and Tile Co, genl mgr Mt Airy 

Granite Co, office 301 Walker Ave, h 407 Walker Ave 
Woodroffe Thomas, Jr, h 407 Walker Ave 
Woods Caroline, cook, h 213 e Washington 
Wooten Mrs M O, wid C S, h 600 Asheboro 
Wooten Miss Pauline A, h 600 Asheboro 
Woofers E M, wheelwright, h 609 Asheboro 
Wooters Miss Hattie E, h 609 Asheboro 
Woofers J T, (Mary E), mechanic, h 609 Asheboro 
Workman A F, (Susan D) h 104 n Forbis 
Workman «& Chrismon, (M C Workman, J R Chrismon), 

grocers 100 n Davie 
Workman M C, (Annie E), (Workman & Chrismon) h 231 

e Market 
Workman Mrs Temperance J, wid Henry, h 104 n Forbis 
Worth Mrs Phoebe S, wid H C, h 881 s Cedar 
Worth Miss Rhoda M, h 881 s Cedar 
Wray A C, groceries and meats. Magnolia, Coneville, h 

bey lims 
Wray Wm L, (Georgie A), wks A C Wray, h Magnolia, 

Coneville 



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Wright Mrs A h, wid C G, h 227 n Elm 

Wright Clark, wks Hucomuga, bds 203 w Whittington 

Wright C Q, (J S Cobb & Co, h 227 n Elm 

Wright J A, (Bella), wks J B Wright, h 658 Chestnut 

Wright Jno B, (Fannie E) pianos and organs, 104 s Elm, 

h 923 Bellvue 
Wj'att INIiss Harriet A^ h 624 Arlington 
Wyche Dr J E, dentist, 113^ s Elm, h 615 w Gaston 
Wyrick C V, driver J J Phoenix, h e Market bey lims 
Wyrick Daily, porter, 200 s Davie, h No 12 e Market, Jones- 

boro 
Wyrick Jno (Catherine) guard, h No 12 e Market, Jones- 

boro 
Wyrick E A (Mattie J) collector Gr Water Sup Co, h 309 

Belle Meade Ave 
W^yrick R R (Jennie) wks Sergeant M Co, h 316 n Greene 
Wysong Mrs E B, wid Lewis, h 200 s Mendenhall 
Wysong O C (Fannie) trav salesman, h 200 s INIendenhall 
Yates Mrs Carrie G, wid G B, h 321 Church 
Yates Miss Emma L, h 442 e Washington 
Yates J H (Martha E) wks So F & W Co, h 442 e Wash- 
ington 
Yates Mrs M E, wid C G, h 328 Church 
Yates Miss Margaret M, h 328 Church 
Yates P P (Kate C) trav salesman, h 411 Church 
York A E (Kate) wks Guilf Lumb M Co, h 702 Arlington 
York Fannie, h bey 1043 ^ Market 
York Miss Ruth, h 602 w Market 
Yost C W (Louisa H) blacksmith, 122 and 124 Lewis, h 

601 Arlington 
Yost Tvliss Mary B, h 601 Arlington 
Young Jno A (Greensboro Nursery) 228 s Elm 
Young Miss Lelia, wks So F & W Co, h 422 n Greene 
Young W B (Effie P) h 650 Chestnut 
Youngblood Percy (May) railroad fireman, bds 224 s Ashe 
Young rien's Christian Association, no, 112 and 114 e 

Market 
Younts Mrs Florence, wife A L, h 251 Belle Meade Ave 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. U. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— COLORED. 109 

Greensboro City Directory. 

1896^97. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 
Agt., agent; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bet. between; bey., be^'ond; com., com- 
mission; com. nier., commission merchant; cor., corner, dep., depot; do., ditto; e., 
east; emp., employe; ft., freight; fact., factory; Gr., Greensboro; h., house; ins., 
insurance; mfg.. :nanufacturing; mfrs., manufacturers; mgr., manager; pres., 
president; propr., proprietor; P. O., postofifice; r., rooms; s., south; st., street; \v., 
west; wid., widow; wks., works; tob., tobacco; genl. mdse., general merchandise; 
supt., superintendent; So. Ry., Southern Railway; C. F. & Y. V. R. R., Cape Fear & 
Yadkin Yalley Railroad; N. C. R. R., North Carolina Railroad; Gr. B. & T. Co., 
Greensboro Brick and Tiling Co.; Gr. I. & C. Co., Greensboro Ice and Coal Co.; Gr. 
Sp. & B. Wks., Greensboro Spoke and Bending Works; Cape Fear M. Co., Cape 
Fear Manufacturing Co.; Gr. S & B. Co., Greensboro Sash and Blind Co.; Guilf. h- 
M. Co., Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Co.; So. F. & W. Co., Southern F-inishing 
and Warehouse Co.: Normal, State Normal and Industrial School; Gr. Fu. M. Co., 
Greensboro Furniture Manufacturing Co. 



COIvORE^D DKPARTPMKNX. 



Adams Alf, carpenter, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Adams Annie, washer, h 967 w McCulloch 

Adams Cordelia, wid, washer, h 522 e Gaston 

Adams Jiio (Delilah) brickmason, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Adams Jno, porter, h 522 e Gaston 

Adams Katie, washer, h 967 w McCulloch 

Adams Turner, servant, h 443 Church 

African M E Church, cor Gaston and Maple 

African M E Church, No 22 e Market, Jonesboro 

Aiken Carrie, cook, 413 Asheboro 

Aiken James, tob fact emp, h 606 s Ashe 

Aiken James, carpenter, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 

Albright Ammie, h bey 2010 s Ashe 

Albright Dora, washer, h 467 Cole 

Albright Frank, tob fact emp, h 215 e Gaston 

Albright Frank, servant, 200 n Davie 

Albright James, porter, h 617 e Gaston 

Albright Johnson (Sallie) porter, h 519 Lindsay 

Albright J M, porter, h 312 s Clinton 



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Albright Liila, laundry emp, h 617 e Gaston 

Albright Mary, h 300 n Gilmer 

Albright Nancy, laundry emp, h 209 Maple 

Alexander Henry B (Maggie) lab, h 420 w Delphine 

Alexander Walter (Neelie) fireman, h 137 n Mendenhall 

Allen B, wks Gr Furn M Co 

Allen Edward, drayman, h 611 Gorrell 

Allen Fannie, cook, h 113 Church 

Allen Flora, washer, h rear 967 w McCulloch 

Allen Hartie, cook, h 700 s Cedar 

Allen Hattie, washer, h 213 Market Square 

Allen Jane, washer, h 221 n Percy 

Allen J D (Katie) fireman, h 811 s Ashe 

Allen I^ydia, laundry emp, h 421 High 

Allen Pleas, lab, h 213 Market Square 

Allison James, brick layer, h 305 n Percy 

Allred Sam'l, hostler, r 114 s Davie 

Alston Alice, cook, h 416 Cole 

Alston Chas, tob fact emp, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Alston David (Mary E) lab, h 305 Bennett 

Alston Edmund, lab, h 628 s Spring 

Alston Gaston (Anne) h 124 Beech 

Alston General, porter, h 628 s Spring 

Alston Jacob (Bettie) lab, h 606 Eindsay 

Alston James (Cornelia) fireman, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Alston Jno, lab, h 628 s Spring 

Alston Jno, well-digger, h 501 East 

Alston Jno (Emma) h 604 Lindsay 

Alston Joseph, driver, h 305 Bennett 

Alston Julia, cook, h 416 Cole 

Alston King (M J) h 117 n Percy 

Alston Matilda, h 628 s Spring 

Alston Peter, fireman, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Alston Shack (Eaura) lab, h 628 s Spring 

Alston Wiley (Sarah) lab, h 436 Cole 

Anderson Henrietta, h 440 Cole 

Anderson James (Ida) farmer, h 806 s Cedar 

Apple Thomas (Vinie) porter, h 207 n Forbis 

Armfield Henry, lab, h 159 w McCulloch 

Arrington Nathaniel, hotel porter, r 226 e Gaston 

Arrington Squire, hotel waiter, r 226 e Gaston 

Ashe Ella, teacher, h 2002 s Ashe 

Ashe Geo (Eydia), carpenter, h 2002 s Ashe 



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DIRECTORY— COLORED. iii 

Atkins James, servant, 220 w Washington 

Atwater Allen, drayman, h 305 Bennett 

Atwater Andy (Susan) wks Gas Co, h 428 e Washington 

Atwater Luke, h 329 King 

Atwater Mary, nurse, h 406 e Market 

Atwater Mary J, cook, h 406 e Market 

Atwater Morris, (Sarah), drayman, h 417 Cole 

Atwater Rhodie, washer, h 200 s Clinton 

Atwater Stephen, driver, h 200 s Clinton 

Austin Alice, tob fact emp, h Warnersville bey lims 

Austin Artelia, cook, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Austin Ella, cook, h s Ashe bey lims 

Austin Jos, (Catherine) lab, h s Ashe bey lims 

Austin Jos, driver, r 114 s Davie 

Austin Mary, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Austin Pats)^, cook, h 605 McGee 

Austin Wilson, h 410 Chestnut 

Bailey Cordelia, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Bailey Emily, h s Ashe bey lims 

Bailey Fannie, h 244 Sycamore 

Bailey Josephine, h s Ashe bey lims 

Bailey Martha, washer, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 

Bailey Thomas (Maria), lab h 8i8Mebane 

Bailey Wm, wks Stafford's h bey lims 

Balsley Benj, porter, r 213 s Elm 

Balsley Wm, wks Gr Br & T Co 

Banks Berta, nurse, h 741 Pearson 

Banks Geo A, barber, h 371 w Bragg 

Banks Ida, servant, h 124 Fayetteville 

Banks Jno, (Lizzie), lab, h 952 w McCulloch 

Banks Josie, h 371 w Bragg 

Banks Lily, h 117 n Percy 

Banks Swindell, (Nannie), porter, h loii s Ashe 

Banks Victoria, washer, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Banks Walter, lab, h 952 w McCulloch 

Banks Walter, (Lucy), h 116 s Gilmer 

Banks Wm, (Sallie), lab, h 958 w McCulloch 

Barber Jno, (Mary), lab, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 

Barnes Condary^ (Pinetta) railroad hand, h 114 n Percy 

Barnes Geo, (Mary), driver, h 200 Lyndon 

Barnes Kemp, porter, h 551 Macon 

Barnes Lizzie, washer, h 1002 s Cedar 

Barnett Charlotte, cook, h 514 e Washington 



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Barnett Maggie, washer, h 435 e Washington 

Barnett Nat, wks L,eak Bros & Hasten 

Barringer Henry, (Emeline), lab, h s Ashe bey lims 

Barringer Maggie, cook, h s Ashe bey lims 

Barringer Parepa, cook, h s Ashe bey linrs 

Barringer Wm, tob roller, h s Ashe bey lims 

Bason Carrie, tob fact emp, h 422 lyindsay 

Bass Hinton (Martha) drayman, h 56 e Market, Jonesboro 

Bass Rosie, servant, h 120 w McCulloch 

Bass Ruthie, washer, h 120 w McCnlloch 

Beall Anna, picker Leak Bros & Hasten 

Beecher A J, barber, r 123 s Elm 

Belcher King, barber, r 226 e Gaston 

Bennett Allen, butler, h 345 s Davie 

Bennett College, e Washington nr Macon 

Benton Chas, lab, h 229 e Sycamore 

Benton Eliza, washer, h 229 e S)'camore 

Benton Lillie, h 229 e Sycamore 

Benton Thomas (Mary) lab, h 406 w Gaston 

Bethel Claud, tob roller, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Bethel Jack (Roxie) lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Bethel Jno (Fannie) farmer, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Bethel Susie, tob fact emp, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Bethel Wm, servant, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Bevill Ada, cook, h 815 w Delphine 

Bevill Andy, blc^cksmith, h 209 Maple 

Bevill Martin (Amy) blacksmith, h 806 s Ashe 

Bevill Minnie, lab, h 224 e Sycamore 

Bevill Mintie, cook, h 815 w Delphine 

Biddle Houston (Martha) lab, h 346 w Whittington 

Bidding Susan, servant, h 1076 R R Ave 

Bigelow Mary, cook, h 444 Church 

Bigelow Rachel, cook, h 411 Church 

Bilbro Roxie, washer, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 

Bingham Annie, wid, h 200 n Percy 

Bingham Hilliard, servant, h 200 n Percy 

Bingham Mollie, h 200 n Percy 

Bitting Anna, nurse, h 824 Factory 

Bitting Anna, nurse, 'h Jacksonville 

Bitting Jno, lab, h Jacksonville 

Bitting Susan, washer, h Jacksonville 

Black Bob, hotel servant, h 114 East 



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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 113 

Black Ferd (Lou) hotel porter, h 216 Mebaue 

Black Jane, bdo- house, 206 Market Square 

Black Maggie, cook, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Black Maggie, cook, h 336 s Ashe 

Blackman Jane, washer, h 617 Lindsay 

Blackwell Julius, lab, h 28 e Market, Jonesboro 

Blackwell Lovely, washer, h 28 e Market, Jonesboro 

Blackwell Martha, wid, h 116 East 

Blount Alfred (Sophie) tinner, _h 428 Cole 

Blount Henry, lab, h 428 Cole 

Blount Wm, porter, h 428 Cole 

Bogart Laura, cook, h 607 e Gaston 

Bolding Henry, hostler, r 113 e Depot 

Booker Maggie, cook, h 621 Keogh 

Booker Maggie, washer, h 945 McGee 

Booker Nathan (Julia) h 945 McGee 

Boon Dan'l (Ellen) lab, h 2 e Market, Jonesboro 

Boss Eugene, driver, r 114 s Davie 

Bowden Katie, cook, h 124 s Gilmer 

Boyd Carrie, washer, h 448 Cole 

Bradshaw Lewis, h 1009 e Washington 

Brannick Charity, cook, h 139 s Gilmer 

Brannick Jno (Betty) drayman, h 351 Maple 

Brannick Laura, cook, h 604 s Spring 

Brem Oscar (Mary) drayman, h Jacksonville 

Brewer Jeems, brickyard emp, h 433 Chestnut 

Briar Henderson (Bettie) railroad hand, h 1000 s Cedar 

Bridgers Geo, lab, h 1031 College Ave 

Bridgers James, lab, h 1031 College Ave 

Bridgers Terry, h 1031 College Ave 

Bridgers Thos, lab, h 1031 College Ave 

Brinkley Isom, brickyard emp, h 331 w Whittington 

Britain Etta, cook, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Britain Jane, wid, washer, h 939 w McCulloch 

Britain Jennie, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Britain Jesse, tob fact emp, h 1022 s Ashe 

Broadway Jno, brickyard emp, h 504 Chestnut 

Brock Mary, washer, h Jacksonville 

Brodnax J W (Lizzie) ice cream, 603 e Gaston, h 202 n 

Gilmer 
Broadnax Wm, servant, h 209 w Market 
Bronson Olivia, h 800 s Ashe 
Brooks Anderson, tob fact emp, h 118 East 



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Brooks James (Catherine) driver, h 817 e Washington 

Brooks Wm (Puggie) railroad hand, h 106 East 

Brooks Wm (Maggie) lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Brown Alice, cook, h 420 w Delphine 

Brown Alonzo, wks lyca & Tate, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Brown & Hunter, ice cream, 505 e Market 

Brown Catherine, washer, h 116 s Gilmer 

Brown Dilcy, cook, h 415 e McCulloch 

Brown Emma, servant, h 205 n Forbis 

Brown Henry (Nina) lab, h 434 s Mendenhall 

Brown Jennie, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Brown Joseph, lab, h 305 Bennett 

Brown Lawrence, lab, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Brown Mac, railroad hand, r 218 Market Square 

Brown Martha, washer, 102 1 s Ashe 

Brown Martha, servant, h 126 s Dodson 

Brown Mary (Brown & Hunter) h 1069 n Greene 

Brown Nat (Jennie) lab, h 1065 n Greene 

Brown Sample, servant, h 322 w Gaston 

Brown Spencer (Asenath) carpenter, h 1069 n Greene 

Bryan Berta, maid Normal 

Buckner Andy, lab, h 319 n Spring 

Buie Lizzie, cook, h 445 e Washington 

Bullock Rev James, physician, h 2005 Bennett 

Bullock Rev Moses (Carrie) h 2005 Bennett 

Bullock S B (Hannah) bdg house, 218 Market Square 

Bunting James, lab, h 204 w Bragg 

Burns Madison, (Jennie) servant, h 319 n Spring 

Burton Alice, cook, h 240 Belle Meade Ave 

Burton Annie, lab, h 221 e Sycamore 

Burton Durant (Mary J) lab, h 825 Austin 

Burton Ida, cook, 219^ s Elm 

Burton Mattie, nurse, 230 w Bragg 

Butler J H M, prof A & M College 

Byers James, wks D Howell 

Byers Mitchell (Lou) janitor, h 233 e Gaston 

Byers Nora, h 233 e Gaston 

Bynum Thomas, lab, h 410 High 

Byrd Haywood, tob roller, h 200 n Percy 

Byrd Robt, lab, h Race Track street, Jonesboro 

Caldwell Alice, cook, h bey 2085 East 

Caldwell Betty, washer, h 205 Market Square 

Caldwell Cal (Mattie) lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



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Caldwell Cora, cook, h 205 n Gilmer 

Caldwell Cornelius (Allie) lab, h rear 200 s Mendenhall 

Caldwell Dora, h bey 2085 East 

Caldwell Frances, h 205 Market Square 

Caldwell Frank (Mattie) plasterer, h 212 Mebane 

Caldwell Harry, hostler, li 113 e Depot 

Caldwell Hattie, servant, h 813 w Market ' 

Caldwell Jno (Emeline) lab, h bey 2085 East 

Caldwell Josh, h bey 2085 East 

Caldwell Joseph (Lula) plasterer, h 212 Mebane 

Caldwell J E (Phoebe) fireman So Ry, h 818 Austin 

Caldwell Lula, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Caldwell Martha, seamstress, h 224 s Davie 

Caldwell Minerva, nurse, h 214 w Gaston 

Caldwell Missie, cook, h 908 Asheboro 

Caldwell Moses, lab, h 521 Schenck 

Caldwell Nat, servant, h 813 w Market 

Caldwell Prudence, cook, h 422 Eindsay 

Caldwell Sarah, wid, cook, h 521 Schenck 

Caldwell Wesley, h rear 200 s Mendenhall 

Capps Jerry, lab, h 809 s Ashe 

Capps Wm, lab, h 809 s Ashe 

Carter Alice, cook, h rear 817 e Washington 

Carter Annie, cook, h 614 s Spring 

Carter Dan'l, lab, h 415 Lindsay 

Carter Elijah, wks Wm Yates, h 415 Lindsay 

Carter Fannie, washer, h 221 n Gilmer 

Carter Geo, tinner, h 415 Lindsay 

Carter Mary, cook, h 427 Arlington 

Carter Sidney, tinner, n 415 Lindsay 

Carter Thomas, farmer, h 892 s Cedar 

Case Geo, lab, h 120 Maple 

Case Jesse, fndry emp, h 120 Maple 

Case Mary, servant, h 306 n Gilmer 

Case Wm, lab, h 120 Maple 

Causey & Farrington, restaurant, 330 s Davie 

Causey Jno, porter F V Snell 

Causey Mrs Turner, wid, h 332 s Davie 

Cecil Bart, h 112 East 

Cecil Tisha, h 114 East 

Charles Wyatt (Annie) lab, h 239 n Gilmer 

Chavis Geo, tob fact emp, h 818 Austin 

Chavis J F, servant, h 1043 w Market 

Harry C. Martiii; 

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Cheek Eliza, matron A & M College 

Christmas Lizzie, h 1022 s Ashe 

Christmas Pauline, cook, h 334 Asheboro 

Churchill Louisa, cook, h 902 Austin 

Clanton Guilford, drayman, h rear 134 n Mendenhall 

Clapp Geo (Lithie) lab, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Clapp Isaac, driver, h Jacksonville 

Clapp Odie (Mary) railroad emp, h rear 2055 e ^Market 

Clark Abram (:\Iary J) h Jacksonville 

Clark Annie, washer, h Jacksonville 

Clark Charley, hotel waiter, r 227 e Gaston 

Clark Eugenia, h 835 Vance 

Clark Fannie, washer, h 124 ]\Iaple 

Clark Harry, h 835 Vance 

Clark Isabella, washer, h 835 Vance 

Clark Jesse, tob fact emp, h Jacksonville 

Clark Jno, tob fact emp, h 835 Vance 

Clark Josephine, tob fact emp, h 835 Vance 

Clark I\Iatt (Lizzie) lab, h 432 s IMendenhall 

Clark Rachel, washer, h 835 Vance 

Clark Rosa, cook, h 400 s Mendenhall 

Clark Rosanna, servant, h Jacksonville 

Clark Solomon, brickyard emp, h Jacksonville 

Clark Wm (Sarah) teacher, h 993 s Cedar 

Clayborn Annie, washer, h Jacksonville 

Clay born Jno, brickyard emp, h Jacksonville 

Clayborn Lethe, maid Dr C D Mclver 

Clayborn Mary, washer, h Jacksonville 

Clayborn Nellie, washer, h Jacksonville 

Clayborn Squire (IMaggie) h Jacksonville 

Clayborn Wm (Harriet) lab, h 722 s Ashe 

Clayton Sam'l, tob roller, h 820 Austin 

Climer Manuel (IMaggie) lab, h 721 s Ashe 

Close Henry, driver, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Close Mar>^, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Coach Bailey, wks Gr B and T Co 

Coats Annie, lab, h rear 967 w McCulloch 

Cobb Annis, servant, h s Forbis 

Cobb J S K, tob fact emp, h 701 e IMarket 

Cobb Jno, tob fact emp, h 701 e INIarket 

Cobb Fannie, nurse, h 913 e Market 

Cobb Lewis (Georgie) farm hand, h 633 e Gaston 

Cobb Mary, washer, h 633 e Gaston 



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Cobb Sarah, washer, h 1017 s Ashe 

Coble Adeline, lab, h 604 s Spring 

Coble Ella, h s Ashe bey lims 

Coble Geo (Jane) carpenter, h 163 w McCulloch 

Coble Geo, servant, h 313 e Bragg 

Coble Geo, farm hand, h 621 e Gaston 

Cogle Dan'l, lab, h 945 McGee 

Cohen Henry, lab, h 132 s Gilmer 

Cohen Mary, washer, h 132 s Gilmer 

Colbert Annie, washer, h 903 e Market ' 

Colbert Wm, porter, h 903 e Market ^ H 

Cole Henry, tob fact emp, h 102 1 s Ashe OQ 

Cole Lula, cook, h 345 s Davie , OQ 

Coles Preston (Sarah) lab, h Julian ^ 

Collett Mary, cook, h 508 w Washington JO 

Conrad Eliza, cook, h 230 e Market M 

Conrad Martha, cook, h 222 s Spring o. 

Cook Corinna, cook, h rear 130 w McCulloch 

Cooper Dempsey, hotel servant, h 719 e Washington Q3 

Cooper James (Maria) tob fact emp, h 823 e Washington ^ 

Cornatzer Jesse, tob fact emp, h 2023 Bennett C^ 

Cotten Chas (Eouisa) lab, h 620 Eindsay ^ 

Cotten Dellie, cook, h 620 Eindsay i-j 

Cotten Emma, h 620 Eindsay ^ 

Cotten Mark, drayman, h cor Davie and Washington |g 

Cotten Norman, porter, h 620 Eindsay 3^ 

Cotten Peter (Janie) lab, h 136 Beech oc 

Covington Bris (Hattie) lab, h 299 Bast 

Covington Pomp (Mittie) lab, h 12 N C R R, Jonesboro M 

Coyle Daisy, washer, h 700 s Cedar 

Coyle Guston, mechanic, h 700 s Cedar 

Coyle Major (Anna) porter, h 700 s Cedar 

Craig Adeline, lab, h 237 n Percy 

Craig Geneva, cook, h 237 n Percy hj 

Craig Eizzie, washer, h nr cor Washington and Forbis . ^ 

Craig Richard (Frances) driver, h 3088 e Market h^ 

Craven Fannie, washer, h 617 Eindsay P 

Crawford Josephine, washer, h 706 e Market 5, P 

Crawford Euther (Eliza) lab, h 505 w Delphine ^ Qp 

Crenshaw Fannie, washer, h 205 n Percy r ^ 

Crosby Rev J O (Elmira) h 618 e Market ^q 

Crosby W S, h 618 e Market ^ • 

Crump Agnes, wid Moses, h 725 e Washington § 

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Crump Jno (Lettie) carpenter, h 725 e Washington 
Crutchfield Minnie, cook, h Jacksonville 
Culvert Geo, porter, h w Market 
Cummings Annie, servant, h bey 435 s Mendenhall 
Cummings Calvin, servant, h bey 435 s Mendenhall 
Cummings Kmma, servant, h bey 435 s Mendenhall 
Cummings Jackson, lab h 906 Spring Garden 
Cummings N J, tob fact emp, h 401 w Bragg 
Cunningham Rev B, (Mary), h rear 521 High 
Cunningham Daisy, h 469 Cole 
Cunningham Laura, cook, h 469 Cole 
Cunningham Nannie, h 58 e Market, Jonesboro 
Cunningham Orpheus (L/canna), lab, h 58 e Market, Jones- 
boro 
Curry Chas, (Emma), lab, h s of 300 n Gilmer 
Curry Ernest (Patsy), lab, h 240 n Percy 
Curry Jno, (Dosha), lab, h 1046 s Ashe 
Curry Katie, washer, h 1043 ^ Ashe 
Curry Louisa, washer, h 240 n Percy 
Curtis Austin, horticulturist, bds 1012 e Market 
Curtis Lillie, cook, h 313 Lindsay 
Dalrymple Jno (Mary) porter, h 208 Maple 
Dairy mple Robt (Connie) railroad emp, h 551 Macon 
Dal ton Mary C, h 213 n Forbis 
Dame I L, barber shop 506 s Elm, h s Davie 
Dancy Robt (Isabella) lab, h 226 n Forbis 
Daniels Mack (Delilah) fireman So Ry, h 812 s Ashe 
Dark Sam'l, lab, h 105 n Greene 
Dark Sam'l, Jr, lab, h 105 n Greene 
Dark Mattie, washer, h rear 1002 s Cedar 
Davis Agnes, cook, h 243 n Edgeworth 
Davis Alice, servant, h 236 n Edgeworth 
Davis Callie, wks tob fact, h Bennett nr Julian 
Davis Ellen, cook, h 426 w Gaston 
Davis Eugene, barber, h w Gaston 
Davis Isom, blacksmith, h 426 w Gaston 
Davis James, wks W A Watson 
Davis Jane, washer, h 112 s Davie 
Davis Jno, lab, h 221 e Gaston 
Davis Lily, nurse, h 1067 n Greene 
Davis Madison (Amy) lab, h 221 e Gaston 
Davis Minnie, cook, h 220W Gaston 
Davis Ollie, washer, h 221 e Gaston 

Do you use Steam Coal? shouirtry New River. 



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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 119 

Davis Willie, fireman, h 829 Vance 
Dawson Emma, washer, h 118 n Percy 
Dawson Harriet, h 118 n Percy 
Dayrault Emma S, cook, h 717 Church 
Dayrault Minnie, cook, h 717 Church 
Dean Isaac, lab, h 1059 e Market 

Dean James (Lucinda) brickyard, Bennett, h 1059 ^ Market 
Dean James, Jr, h 1059 e Market 
Dean Laura, h 1026 e Market 
Dean Letitia, h 1012 e Market 
DeBerry Sim (Vinie) lab, h 427 Cole 

DeGraffenreid Henry (Hesper A) lab, h 441 e Washington 
Dellinger Dr Elmer (Gertrude) physician, h 225 Mebane 
Dellinger Thomas (Alice) hotel cook, h 208 Maple 
DeVault Eliza, cook, h w Gaston bet Eugene and Edge- 
worth 
Dick Aaron, lab, h 311 n Percy 
Dick Arthur, servant, h 717 Church 
Dick Chas, second hand clothing, 200 w Market 
Dick Charlotte, cook, 230 e Market 
Dick Geo (Mollie) lab, h 2,2)7 w Whittington 
Dick Henry, lab, h 448 Cole 
Dick Johnson, bds 116 s Gilmer 
Dick Joseph, lab, h 233 e Market 
Dick Joseph (Nellie) hotel servant, h 809 s Ashe 
Dick Julia, cook, h 448 Cole 
Dick Rosa, cook, h 320 n Forbis 
Dick Ruth, cook, 316 s Ashe 

Dick R W (Mary A) foundry emp, h 914 e Market 
Dick Sam'l, wks W A Watson 
Dick Walter, drayman G W Denny 
Dickerson Mary, cook, h 397 w Whittington 
Dickey E D, porter, r 226 n Forbis 
Dillard A B, tob fact emp, h 239 e Sycamore 
Dillard Bettie, cook, h 602 w Market 
Dillard Jennie, washer, h 239 e Sycamore 
Dillard Lucy, nurse, h 239 e Sycamore 
Dillard Lydia, cook, h 517 n Greene 
Dillard Thomas (Rachel) barber, h 116 s Forbis 
Dillard Wm, tob roller, h 239 e Sycamore 
Doak Andy (Adeline) driver, h 1007 s Ashe 
Doak Ann, washer, h 1033 s Ashe 
Doak Cora, washer, h 821 Vance 

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Doak Mary C, teacher, h 217 n Gilmer 

Doak Napoleon, cook, h 839 Austin 

Doak T G (Lorena) grocer 1034 s Ashe, hbey 2010 s Ashe 

Dodson Dicie, h 800 e Market 

Dodson Jane, lab, h bey 2085 East 

Doggett lyindsay (Mirinda) carpenter, h 210 n Gilmer 

Doggett Vinie, cook, h 509 n Greene 

Donnell Ada, cook, h Jacksonville 

Donnell Addie May, servant, h 1012 s Ashe 

Donnell Adolphus (Beckie) lab, h 113 Boon 

Donnell Amanda, cook, 503 w Sycamore 

Donnell Cornelia, h Race Track street, Jonesboro 

Donnell Hannah, wid Ralph, h Jacksonville 

Donnell Henry, h 108 East 

Donnell Isaac, lab, h 343 s Davie 

Donnell Isaac H, tob fact emp, h 119 Boon 

Donnell Jasper (Hattie) fact emp, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Donnell Jerry, wks So Dep, h Jacksonville 

Donnell Jessie, cook, h Jacksonville 

Donnell Jessie, cook, h 205 n Gilmer 

Donnell Jessie, servant, h 347 Church 

Donnell Jno (Lucinda) shoemaker, no n Greene, h 205 n 

Gilmer 
Donnell J E (Laura E) lab, h 151 w McCulloch 
Donnell Lena, nurse, h 119 Boon 
Donnell Lizzie, h 119 Boon 
Donnell Lizzie, washer, h 515 Lindsay 
Donnell Minnie, washer, h 515 Lindsay 
Donnell Monroe (Rachel) baker, h 320 n Percy 
Donnell Mary Jane, nurse, h 119 Boon 
Donnell Nelson (Gracie) h 119 Boon 
Donnell Reuben (Martha) lab, 10 N C R R, Jonesboro 
Donnell Robt, lab, h 1017 s Ashe 
Donnell Rohama, washer, h 944 w McCulloch 
Donnell Rufus, clerk, h 515 Lindsay 
Donnell Sallie, cook, h 313 e Bragg 
Donnell Sallie, cook, h 835 Vance 
Donnell Smith, (Lou), h 463 Cole 
Donnell Washington, hotel servant, h 515 Lindsay 
Donnell Wm, (Letitia), lab, h rear 641 w Lee 
Dorsett Bettie, cook, h 425 Church 
Dorsett Emma, servant, 226 e Gaston 
Dorsey Henry, (Mary) painter, 23 e Market, Jonesboro 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— COLORED. 121 

Dorsey Hettie, washer, 25 e Market, Jonesboro 

Dorsey Peggy, servant, 20 e Market, Jonesboro 

Dorsey W H, tob fact emp, 20 e Market, Jonesboro 

Dorsey Wm, (Mollie), 25 e Market, Jonesboro 

Douglas Emma, cook, h 312 n Forbis 

Douglas James, hotel waiter, r 226 e Gaston 

Dowdy Wm, tob fact emp, h 419 Lindsay 

Dudley Prof J B, pres A & M College 

Dunn Danie, cook Normal 

Dunson Anna B, tob fact emp, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Dusenberry Kelly, servant, 286 Belle Meade Ave 

Easton Jno (Jane) well-digger, h 501 East 

Easton Nora, cook, h 501 East 

Easton Ola, washer, h 501 East 

Eaton Lizzie, servant, Spring Garden, bey Normal 

Eccles Frank, tob fact emp, h 419 Lindsay 

Eckel Geo (Mary) lab, h 3 e Market, Jonesboro 

Eckel Minerva, servant, h 3 e Market, Jonesboro 

Edwards Eliza, cook, h 122 n Davie 

Edwards James (Laura) h 841 s Elm 

Edwards Wirtley, wid, seamstress, h 213 n Forbis 

Edwell Anna, h 239 e Gaston 

Edwell Jno, lab, h 239 e Gaston 

Elliott Laura, cook, h 636 s Elm 

Ellis Chas, lab, h 34 e Market, Jonesboro 

Ellis Hattie, cook, h 620 Asheboro 

Ellis Hattie, cook, h 34 e Market, Jonesboro 

Ellis Mary, cook, h 634 Asheboro 

Ellis Mary Ella, cook, h 34 e Market, Jonesboro 

Emerson Alice, servant, h 206 s Clinton 

Emerson Andrew (Tilly) tel lineman, h rear 300 n Gilmer 

Emerson Benj, driver, r 114 s Davie 

Emerson Flossie, cook, h 1006 Spring Garden 

Emerson Geo (Ida) wks depot, h 721 w Delphine 

Emerson Hannah, cook, h 206 s Clinton 

Emerson Henry (Novella) lab, h 521 High 

Emerson Jerry (Mary) servant, h rear 409 Asheboro 

Emerson Joseph (Julia) wks So F & W Co, h 915 e Market 

Emerson J W (Hattie) barber shop, 123 s Elm, h 216 n 

Forbis 
Erwin James, servant, h 305 n Elm 

Estes , wks Hucomuga, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Estes Christopher, carpenter, h 371 w Bragg 

Have your Prescriptions Pilled " ^^gIrdner, 

Druggists, corner opposite Post Office. 



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Estes Jessie, cook, 231 Lewis 

Estes Joseph, lab, r 218 Market Square 

Evans Chas (Rebecca) mortar-maker, h 813 s Ashe 

Evans Gattis, servant, h 335 Asheboro 

Evans Matthis, wks Gr Brick & Tile Co 

Evans Sandy (Ivou) lab, h 817 e Washington 

Evans Shack, wks Gr Brick and Tile Co 

Eveleigh Carrie J, h 212 n Forbis 

Excelsior Hose Co, No 2, City Hall 

Fairley Chas, wks So Dep, h Jacksonville 

Fairley Jno, wks So Dep, h Jacksonville 

Fairley Katie, washer, h Jacksonville 

Falkener Epps, h 131 n Dodson 

Falkener H H (Margaret) prof A & M College, h 131 n 

Dodson 
Farrar Henry, lab, h 239 Mebane 
Farrar Syd (Isabella) lab, h 337 n Percy 
Farrington Alex, h 332 s Davie 
Farrington Lee (Dena) lab, h 201 s Clinton 
Farrington Martha, washer, h 608 s Spring 
Farrington Silas, railroad emp, h 608 s Spring 
Farrish Adelaide, h no n Percy 
Farrish Mary, cook, h no n Percy 
Farrish G Wash (Nannie) porter, h no n Percy 
Farrish Minnie, nurse, h no n Percy 
Faucett Mary, washer, h 1046 s Ashe 
Ferrell Bettie, h 438 Gorrell 
Ferrell Charlotte, washer, h 438 Gorrell 
Ferrell Sam'l, wks So Ry yard, h 800 e Market 
Fields Alice, cook, h 335 Maple 
Fields Lottie, cook, h 237 n Percy 
Fields Stella, cook, h 613 Asheboro 
Finch Albert (Susan) farm hand, h 200 Maple 
Finch Albert, lab, h 114 w Gaston 
Finch Annie, cook, h 938 s Cedar 
Finch Dan'l (Nellie) lab, h 116 s Gilmer 
Finch Duke (Priscilla) lab, h 938 s Cedar 
Finch Henry, wks W A Watson 
Finch Ida, cook, h 116 s Gilmer 
Flagg Alice, h 244 e Sycamore 
Flagg Oscar, lab, h 244 e Sycamore 
Fletcher Florence, nurse, h 622 s Spring 
Fletcher Frances, washer, h 622 s Spring 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



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DIRECTORY— COIvORED. 123 



Fletcher Paul (Mary) blacksmith, 546 s Ashe, h 622 s Spring 

Fletcher Robt, blacksmith, h 622 s Spring 

Foster Albert (Clara) brickmason, h 233 n Gilmer 

Foster Flora, washer, h 209 s Clinton 

Foster Jno, lab, h 9 e Market, Jonesboro 

Foster lyaura, h 9 e Market, Jonesboro 

Foster Maggie, h 9 e Market, Jonesboro 

Foushee Emmie, washer, h 536 High 

Foust Calvin, cook, h 219 e Washington 

Foust Eliza Ann, washer, h 16 e Market, Jonesboro 

Foust Joseph, wks Gr Ice and Coal Co 

Foust Joseph (Amanda) tel lineman, h 307 n Percy 

Foust Maria, scourer, h 225 e Sycamore 

Foust Sallie, cook, h 225 e Sycamore 

Foust Wm, brickyard emp, h 335 Maple 

Foy Maggie, washer, h s Elm bey McCulloch 

Foy Miles (Eetha) hotel servant, h 614 w Market 

Foy Virginia, cook, h s Elm bey McCulloch 

Freeland Geo, brickyard emp, h 440 Cole 

Freeland Robt, lab, h rear 441 e Washington 

Freeman Jno, wks Gr Sa and B Co, h bey lims 

Freeze Bell, cook, h 138 s Gilmer 

Freeze Bell, cook, h 8 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Freeze Eleanor, washer, h 14 e Market, Jonesboro 

Freeze Frank, lab, h 14 e Market, Jonesboro 

Freeze Isabella, cook, h Jonesboro 

Freeze Lethie, washer, h 327 Maple 

Freeze Thomas, wks Eagle Foundry 

Freeze Wm, lab, h 8 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Fruit Eula, cook, h 744 Pearson 

Fruit Millie, cook, 411 e Lee 

Fuller Alfred (Martha) farmer, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Fuller Ezekiel B, porter, r 302 s Elm 

Fuller Henderson, depot hand, h 108 s Forbis 

Fuller Henry, barber, h 200 n Percy 

Fuller Jack (Jane) farm hand, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Fuller Eizzie, washer, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Fuller Norman, lab, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Fuller Shelvin (Annie) porter, h 120 s Dodson 

Fuller Walton, lab, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Fulse Mary, washer, h 611 Eindsay 

Gales Dora, h 219 w Market 

Gales Robt (Bettie) servant, h 219 w Market 

Go to Smith & Gardner, ^'^i,'ll\Tn?l\,Ts°f^%:.^n'^ 

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Galloway Eliza, tob fact emp, h 151 n Dodson 
Galloway Geo, tob fact emp, h 30 e Market, Jonesboro 
Galloway Isaac, lab, h 460 Cole 
Galloway Isaiah, lab, h 30 e Market, Jonesboro 
Galloway Jack, (Mollie) wks Gas Co, h nr 715 w Delphine 
Galloway Josephine, nurse, h 312 s Ashe 
Galloway Lewis, (Charlotte), butcher, h 812 Mebane 
Galloway Robt, electric lineman, h 205 Market Square 
Galloway Sis, washer, h 207 Market Square 
Gamble Alice, servant, h 416 Chestnut 
Gamble Caroline, cook, h 416 Chestnut 
Gamble Emily, cook, h 416 Chestnut 
Gamble Emma, cook, h 416 Chestnut 
Gannon Annie, cook, h 214 Buchanan 
Gant Cam, hostler, h 416 n Greene 
Gant Cornelius, h 205 w Sycamore 
Gant Jno, servant, h n Cedar and Belle Meade Ave 
Gant Eucinda, cook, h 416 n Greene 
Gant Maggie, cook, h 202 s Eugene 
Gant Phyllis, cook, h n Cedar and Belle Meade Ave 
Gant Richard, (Janie), lab, h 322 n Percy 
Gant Thomas, lab, h 606 s Ashe 
Gant Vinie, cook, h 300 n Gilmer 
Gardner Ellen, cook, h 429 King 
Garner Virginia, cook, h 310 Asheboro 
Garrett Albert, (Mary), lab, h 306 n Percy 
Garrett Caroline, washer, h 234 e Sycamore 
Garrett Emma, washer, h 200 s Forbis 
Garrett Fannie, h 234 e Sycamore 
Garrett Frank, (Bettie), h 901 s Ashe 
Garrett Geo, (Florence), drayman, h 1051 e Market 
Garrett Geo, plumber, h 901 s Ashe 
Garrett Henrietta, cook, h 200 n Davie 
Garrett Richard, brickmason, h 901 s Ashe 
Garrett Smith, lab, h 836 s Cedar 
Garrett Wm, (Sarah), plumber, h 903 s Ashe 
Gerran Lee, servant, h 2,33 e Market 
Qerran Dr Q A (Marie) physician, h ^2)3 ^ Market 
Gibbs Gaither, railroad emp, h 800 s Ashe 
Gibbs Lucy, nurse, h 800 s Ashe 
Gibson A J, tob fact emp, h 147 w McCulloch 



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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 125 

Gibson Joseph, (Lizzie), porter, h 834 w Market 

Gibson Julia, h 204 s Forbis 

Gibson Lewis, roller, Lea & Tate 

Gibson Lindsay, (Jenny), lab, h 610 s Ashe 

Gibson Lizzie, washer, h 945 McGee 

Gibson Rev L B, (C A), h 147 w McCiilloch 

Gibson Percy, (Cora), tob fact emp, h 218 w Bragg 

Gibson Sanil, cook, h 610 s Ashe 

Gilchrist Abram, (Cordelia), lab, h 132 Beech 

Gilchrist Easter, nurse, h 6iij^ Lindsay 

Gilchrist Jno, (Henrietta), tob fact emp, h Warnersville, 

bey lims 
Gilchrist Lewis, wks Gr Brick & T Co 
Gilchrist Ruth, cook, h 815 w Delphine 
Gillespie Laton, (Eliza), h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
Gilmer Alex, (Ivy), barber shop 346 s Elm, h 433 e Wash- 
ington 
Gilmer Alvis, servant, h 206 s Gilmer 
Gilmer Bessie, cook, h 406 e Lee 
Gilmer Calvin, cook, h 108 s Forbis 
Gilmer Cornelia, h 108 s Forbis 
Gilmer David, (Minnie A), h 123 w McCulloch 
Gilmer Fannie, book-agent, h 608 Lindsay 
Gilmer Ferd, (Bessie), lab, h 435 e Washington 
Gilmer Henrietta, lab, h 331 w Whittington 
Gilmer Lucy, hotel servant, h 206 s Clinton 
Gilmer Madison, grocer, 910 s Ashe, h 123 w McCulloch 
Gilmer Mary, cook, h 214 w Washington 
Gilmer Noak, (Julia), brick layer, h 314 n Gilmer 
Gilmer Sallie, h rear 36 e Market, Jonesboro 
Gilmer William, (Mary), hotel servant, h 613 e Gaston 
Gilmer Wm, lab, h 525 Macon 
Glenn Kate, washer, h 853 s Elm 
Glenn Lizzie, servant, h 500 Arlington 
Gorrell Albina, wid, washer, h 719 e Washington 
Gorrell Annie, washer, h 315 Maple 
Gorrell Calvin, h 208 Maple 
Gorrell Emma, washer, h 325 Maple 
Gorrell Etta, cook, h 815 w Delphine 
Gorrell Jno (Ida) lab, h 109}^ w Gaston 
Gorrell Jno, lab, h 815 w Delphine 
Gorrell Lottie, washer, h 719 e Washington 
Gorrell M E, h Warnersville, bey lims 



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Gorrell Sarah, cook, h 815 w Delphine 

Graham H H (Payne & Graham) h 613 Lindsay 

Graham Maggie C, cook, h 520 w Market 

Grasty Jerry (Kate) lab, h Jacksonville 

Graves Anderson (Lanra) tob roller, h 1008 e Washington 

Graves Anna, washer, h 151 n Dodson 

Graves Cora, laundry emp, h Race Track street, Jonesboro 

Graves Dudley (Annie) lab, h rear 433 e Washington 

Graves Edward, wks W A Watson 

Graves Ella, washer, h 204 s Forbis 

Graves Jerry (Creasy) lab, h 205 s Clinton 

Graves Jesse (Mary) lab, h 827 e Washington 

Graves Jno (Eucy Ann) h 205 s Clinton 

Graves Jno, railroad hand, h 1047 College Ave 

Graves Julia, nurse, h 237 n Percy 

Graves Julia, nurse, h 502 Arlington 

Graves Einwood (Eavinia) tob fact emp, h 136 Beech 

Graves Eizzie, servant, h 107 s Greene 

Graves Louisa, nurse, h 232 Mebane 

Graves Martha, servant, h 439 Church 

Graves Martha, washer, h rear 433 e Washington 

Graves Mary, cook, h 819 Vance 

Graves Mary A, cook, h 407 Church 

Graves Mattie, servant, 330 e Bragg 

Graves Orange (Florence) lab, h 204 n Percy 

Graves Roberta, tob fact emp, h 200 s Forbis 

Graves Sallie, washer, h 302 s Davie 

Graves Silas (Lizzie) blacksmith, me Sycamore, h 50 e 

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Graves Weldon (Eliza) h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
Graves Wm (Sallie) lab, h nr 515 Chestnut 
Gray Chas (Nettie) lab, h Jacksonville 
Gray Daniel (L E) farmer, h 217 n Gilmer 
Gray Edward, lab, h 210 n Gilmer 
Gray Ida, cook, h 332 Church 
Gray Mary, cook, h 447 Arlington 
Gray Monroe (Ellen) section hand, h 837 Factory 
Gray Robt, lab, h 210 n Gilmer 
Gray W J (Maggie) lab, h 1012 e Market 
Green Addie, washer, h 226 e Sycamore 
Green Doc, brickyard emp, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Green Geo, hostler, 348 s Elm 
Green H J, ins agt, h 904 s Ashe 



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Green Isaac, hotel servant, h 225 n Percy 

Green Mary, servant, h 1029 s Ashe 

Green Stella, nurse, h 226 e Sycamore 

Greenwood Chas, wks W A Watson 

Gregory Lula, servant 224 s Eugene, h Clinton 

Gregory W M (Alice) tob fact emp, h 220 s Clinton 

Gretter Bettie, h s Ashe bey lims 

Gretter Brackson, tob fact emp, h s Ashe beyond lims 

Griggs Job, wks W A Watson, h 440 Cole 

Guss Harrison, tob caser Stafford's 

Guthrie Ella, washer, h 140 s Gilmer 

Gwyn Andrew (Eillie) h 904 s Ashe 

Gwyn Chas, fireman, h 205 Market Square 

Hackney Geo, porter, h 302 n Percy 

Hackney Joyce, washer, h 302 n Percy 

Hairston Birdie, washer, h 845 s Elm 

Hairston Dell, tob fact emp, h 818 Austin 

Hairston Emma, cook, h e 2d, Coneville 

Hairston Eugene, (Mary), lab, h 806 s Ashe 

Hairston Isaac) driver, r 114 s Davie 

Hairston I M, (Minnie), lab, h 627 e Gaston 

Hairston Luvenia, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Hairston Margarita, nurse, h 845 s Elm 

Hairston Martha, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Hairston Mary, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Hairston Meek, nurse, h J W Fry's 

Hairston Mit, h Carolina, Coneville 

Hairston Nick, (Mary), lab, h 900 Austin 

Hairston Nick, (Mollie), lab, h 830 Austin 

Hairston Ruth, cook, h 845 s Elm 

Hairston Wm, (Chloric), h bey 2001 College Ave 

Hall Austin, gardener, h 246 w Whittington 

Hall Minnie, cook, h 224 e Sycamore 

Hamilton Creighton, bds 116 s Gilmer 

Hanner Madison, (Eucinda), lab, h Jacksonville 

Harber Wm, (Eelia), lab, h 116 w Gaston 

Harden Leah, h 709 e Sycamore 

Harden Jno W, h 709 e Sycamore 

Harden Mary, cook, h 236 n Edgeworth 

Harden Monroe, lab, h rear 130 w McCulloch 

Hardy Richard, fireman Gr Ice & Coal Co 

Hargrave Chas, brick yard emp, h 458 Cole 

Hargrave Clarence, (Eliza), tob fact emp, h 218 n Gilmer 

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Hargrave Cora, h rear 300 n Gilmer 
Hargrave Corinthus, porter, 210 s Elm 
Hargrave Geo, brick yard emp, h 458 Cole 
Hargrave Ida, washer, h 467 Cole 
Hargrave Jane, washer, h 605 Lindsay 
Hargrave Jeff, brickyard emp, h 467 Cole 
Hargrave Lucy, washer, h 605 Lindsay 
Hargrave Robt, (Nellie), h 504 Chestnut 
Hargrave R M, (Julia), lab, h rear 300 n Gilmer 
Harrell Carrie, cook, h 237 n Percy 
Harrell Rachel, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Harrington , lab, h 120 Beech 

Harrington Henrietta, h 818 Austin 

Harris Anna, washer, h bey 1069 n Greene 

Harris Annette, nurse, h 404 Asheboro 

Harris Catherine, washer, h 433 Chestnut 

Harris Charlie, lab, h 433 Chestnut 

Harris Danl, (Mary), coachman, h 132 Beech 

Harris Elijah, (Annie), lab, h no East 

Harris Gus, tob fact emp, h 2023 Bennett 

Harris Henry, servant 313 Lindsay 

Harris James, hostler, 348 s Elm 

Harris James R, lab, h 3086 e Market 

Harris Jno, lab, h 433 Chestnut 

Harris Jno, (Nellie), farmer, h 1002 s Cedar 

Harris Julius C (Mary J) farm hand, h 3086 e Market 

Harris Mary, cook, r 222 s Davie 

Harris Mary, h 618 s Spring 

Harris Matthew, farmer, h bey 501 East 

Harris Mattie, cook, h 137 n Mendenhall 

Harris Thomas (Sallie) lab, h 305 n Percy 

Harris Wiley (Emma) lab, h bey 1069 n Greene 

Harrison Gus, wks Stafford's, h 440 Cole 

Harry Stokes, lab, h 204 n Percy 

Harvey Jennie, cook, h 217 s Clinton 

Harvey Jennie, cook, h 302 s Davie 

Haskins Wm (Celia) tob fact emp, h 920 e Market 

Hatchett Archie (Mary) lab, h Bennett nr Julian 

Hatchett Fletcher, h Bennett nr Julian 

Hatchett Richard (Hannah) farmer, h Bennett nr Julian 

Haughton Josie, cook, h 502 Asheboro 

Hawkins Mary, wid, washer, h 124 s Gilmer 

Hawkins Sam'l, roller Leak Bros & H 



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Hayes Cyrus (Sallie) tob fact emp, h J W Fry's 

Hayes Sam' I (Caroline) porter, h 207 n Forbis 

Haywood Burly, brickyard emp, h 836 s Cedar 

Haywood Martha, cook, h 309 n Forbis 

Haywood Virginia, cook, h 443 w Sycamore 

Hazell Alex (Ivizzie) lab, h 226 n Forbis 

Headen Andrew, well-digger, h 611 Gorrell 

Headen Bettie, cook, h 404 Asheboro 

Headen Dan'l, lab, li 138 s Gilmer 

Headen Emma, washer, h 445 e Washington 

Headen Henderson, h 803 Macon 

Headen Jno B, well-digger, h 611 Gorrell 

Headen Lucy, cook, h 800 e Market 

Headen Matt (Telle) h loio e Washington 

Headen Millie, washer, h 445 e Washington 

Headen Nancy, washer, h 611 Gorrell 

Headen Noah (Ardelia) h 501 East 

Headen Onnie, tob fact emp, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Headen Sam'l, lab, h 108 s Davie 

Headen Ves, tob fact emp, h Warnersville bey lims 

Helton Jno, tob fact emp, h 118 East 

Henderson M R H, wid, washer, h 201 n Percy 

Henderson Mollie, tob fact emp, h 513 Lindsay 

Hendley Ann, cook, h rear 1004 s Cedar 

Henry Julius, hotel servant, li 606 s Ashe 

Herbert Lillie, cook, h 301 e Bragg 

Herring Alice, cook, b 124 Buchanan 

Herring Chas, brickyard emp, h 119 Beech 

Herring Peter (Sarah) janitor Normal 

Hervin Tom, wks Gr Br and T Co, h 825 Austin 

Hewett Jennie, h 609 s Ashe 

Hiatt Easter, cook, 517 w Market 

Hiatt Jule, driver, h 238 e Sycamore 

Hiatt Rachel, h 238 e Sycamore 

Hiatt Walter (Julia) paper hanger, h 121 n Percy 

Hiatt Wm (Louisa) brickmason, h 435 n Edgeworth 

Higgs Emma, nurse, h 244 e Gaston 

Hightower B G (Ida) carpenter, h 208 n Gilmer 

Hightower Sandy, lab, h 516 e Gaston 

Hill , lab, h 1016 s Ashe 

Hill Harriet, washer, h 301 n Percy 

Hill Harvey (Rebecca) gardener, h 129 Beech 

Hill Laura, h s Ashe, bey lims 



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Hill Olivia, teacher, h 233 Mebane 

Hill Suita, bootblack, h 239 Mebane 

Hill Wm, lab, h n Greene, bey Water Works 

Hoffman Jno, tob fact emp, hue Market, Jonesboro 

Hoffman Monroe (Dillie) lab, hue Market, Jonesboro 

Hoffman Peter, lab, hue Market, Jonesboro 

Hoffman Tisha, cook, h 218 e Market 

Hoffman Walter, lab, hue Market, Jonesboro 

Hogan James E, wks Bennett College, h do 

Hogan LaFayette, wks Reece & Elam, h 846 Austin 

Hogan Winnie, h 846 Austin 

Holland Sallie, wid, h rear 1026 e Market 

Holley Alice, cook, h 441 w Market 

Holley Carry, h 18 e Market, Jonesboro 

Holley Lula, h 18 e Market, Jonesboro 

Holley W E, grocer, 362 s Elm, 13 e Market, Jonesboro, 

h 18 e Market, Jonesboro 
Holmes Calvin, servant, h 813 w Market 
Holmes Charlie, fireman So yard, h 436 Cole 
Holmes Gaston, lab, h 436 Cole 

Holmes Geo (Annie) pullman porter, h 244 w Whittington 
Holmes Wm, porter, h 140 s Gilmer 
Holt Belle, cook, h 439 King 
Holt Fannie, washer, h 116 s Gilmer 
Holt Geo (Nancy) lab, h bey 1069 n Greene 
Holt Georgie, cook, h 839 Austin 
Holt Jerry, brickyard emp, h 467 Cole 
Holt Jno, lab, h rear 441 e Washington 
Holt Maria, nurse, h rear 441 e Washington 
Holt Sarah, h bey 1069 n Greene 
Holt Wiley, lab, h 602 s Spring 
Holt Wm, waiter, h rear 441 e Washington 

Hooks , waiter, r 3585^ s Elm 

Hopper Geo, lab, h 807 s Ashe 
Hopper Jack, lab, h 807 s Ashe 
Hopper Lottie, h 807 s Ashe 
Hopper Lucy, nurse, h 807 s Ashe 
Hopper Melinda, washer, h 807 s Ashe 
Houston Emma, cook, h 514 e Washington 
Houston Eugene, cook, 313 e Washington 
Houston Jno, railroad hand, h 3086 e Market 
Houston Julia, washer, h 625 e Gaston 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

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Houston Mary, cook, h 625 e Gaston 

Houston Nancy, cook, h 625 e Gaston 

Houston Wm (Sarah) porter, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Howard Matthew, railroad emp, h 945 w McCulloch 

Howard Robt (Carrie) h 841 Austin 

Howard Robt (Phoebe) h 945 w McCulloch 

Howard Wm, lab, h 622 s Ashe 

Howell D, restaurant, 213 s Elm, fish, stall 8 city market 

Howell James, butcher, h Jacksonville 

Howell Julia, 213 s Elm 

Howell Mary E, music teacher, h 817 e Washington 

Hudson Jno, drayman, h cor Davie and Washington 

Hudson Mollie, cook, h 423 e Washington 

Hudson Walter, drayman, h cor Davie and Washington 

Huffines Pink, porter, h 1014 e Washington 

Hughes Dr W H (Cora E) physician, 117 e Market, h 166 

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Hunt James, wks W" A Watson 
Hunt Robt, driver, h 1091^ w Gaston 
Hunter Ada (Brown & Hunter) h 201 n Percy 
Hunter A H (Jennie) porter, h 222 n Gilmer 
Hunter Carrie, cook, h 443 Church . 

Hunter Ella, cook, h 249 n Edgeworth 
Hunter Rev J H (Dula) h 420 High 
Hunter Jno, lab, h 140 Beech 
Ingram Douglas, brick yard emp, h 433 Chestnut 
Ingram Giles (Maggie) barber shop, 360 s Elm, h 128 

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Ingram James, porter, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Ingram Jno (Nannie) lab, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Ingram Mary, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Ingram Sallie, servant, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Ireland Joseph, tob prizer, h 827 Johnston 
Ireland Eina, tob fact emp, h 827 Johnston 
Ireland Mack, tob fact emp, h 827 Johnston 
Ireland Sidney (Sarah) lab, h 903 n Greene 
Ireland Wm, tob fact emp, h 827 Johnston 
Iseley Ada, cook, h 428 Arlington 
Iseley Allen, lab, h Jacksonville 
Iseley Becky, cook, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Iseley Eawrence, barber, h 221 e Sycamore 
Iseley Eula, cook, h 312 Church 
Ives Bessie, servant, h 127 Church 



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Ives Ivucinda, cook, h 504 s Elm 

Ives Newland, driver, h 119 Beech 

Jackson Allen, brickyard emp, h 441 e Washington 

Jackson Bethel, washer, h 118 w McCulloch 

Jackson Ella, washer, h 220 s Clinton 

Jackson Lucy, h 234 e Sycamore 

Jackson Thomas, (Bettie), drayman, h Jacksonville 

James Henderson, sawyer, h 124 s Gilmer 

Jeffress James, (Mildred), lab, h 121 n Dodson 

Jeffress Rev L R, h 200 n Percy 

Jeffress Eula B, teacher, h 2051 Gorrell 

Jeffress Sarah, washer h 121 n Dodson 

Jeffress W H, (Celia L), farmer, h 2051 Gorrell 

Jeffress W M, tob caser, h 338 Percy 

Jenkins Fannie, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Jenkins Madison, (Jennie), lab, h 102 Maple 

Jenkins Martha, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Jenkins Mary, washer, h s Ashe bey lims 

Jenkins Wm, (Delia), driver, h rear 130 w McCulloch 

Jennings Robt, (Matilda), shoemaker, h 151 n Dodson 

Jennings Jno, servant, h 205 Market Square 

Jennings R T, (Murphy & Jennings), h 147 Dodson 

Johnson Amanda, teacher, h 803 s Ashe 

Johnson Andrew, (Penny), brick carrier, h 120 Beech 

Johnson Carter, lab, h 109 w Gaston 

Johnson Charity, washer, h 611 e Gaston 

Johnson Chas, hotel waiter, h 215 e Gaston 

Johnson Chas, (Ella), depot hand, h 151 n Dodson 

Johnson Edward, lab, h 507 Eindsay 

Johnson Emma, washer, h 215 e Gaston 

Johnson Emma, cook, h 221 e Lee 

Johnson Green, (Mary), section hand, h 1009 e Washington 

Johnson Henrietta, washer, h 124 Maple 

Johnson Jessie, h 221 e Sycamore 

Johnson Lucy, h 1009 e Washington 

Johnson Maria, cook, h 302 s Ashe 

Johnson Mary, cook, h 216 s Clinton 

Johnson Mary, washer, h 221 e Sycamore 

Johnson Rencher, (Maggie), lab, h 216 s Clinton 

Johnson Robt, hostler, 348 s Elm 

Johnson Saml, (Mary Ann), lab, h 44 e Market, Jonesboro 

Johnson Rev S L, (Susan), h 519 High 



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Johnson Walter, servant, h 215 e Gaston 
Johnson Wm, hotel servant, h 224 e Gaston 
Johnson Wm, tob fact emp, h 221 e Market 
Jonathan Ben, h Jacksonville 

Jones , porter, h 128 Beech 

Jones & Welborn, shoemakers, 118 e Sycamore 

Jones Cornelia J, cook, h 329 e Bragg 

Jones D H, teacher, h 841 s Elm 

Jones Fannie, cook, h 322 Asheboro 

Jones Florence, washer, h 20 e Market, Jonesboro 

Jones Frances, lab, h 825 Austin 

Jones Geo, tob fact emp, h 20 e Market, Jonesboro 

Jones Henry, waiter, h w Market 

Jones Jacob (Mary J) grocer, 601 e Market, h 434 Chestnut 

Jones Jesse (Jennie) lab, h 817 s Ashe 

Jones Jesse, Jr, drayman, h 817 s Ashe 

Jones Jno, h cor Davie and Washington 

Jones Joseph (Dorcas) restaurant, 101 j4 Court Square, h 

1016 s Ashe 
Jones Rev J P (Lettie) h 166 w McCulloch 
Jones J W (Ivula) section hand, h 216 n Gilmer 
Jones Lewis (Winnie) lab, h 118 n Percy 
Jones Maggie, lab, h 825 Austin 
Jones Mary, cook, h 330 e Bragg 
Jones Mary Lee, h 434 Chestnut 
Jones Mitchell (Henrietta) lab, h 438 s Mendenhall 
Jones Rachel, wid, cook, h looi s Cedar 
Jones Rev R E, r 3583^ s Elm 
Jones Sallie, washer, h 802 e Market 
Jones Sam'l, servant, h 244 e Gaston 
Jones Sandy A, railroad porter, h 118 n Percy 
Jones Sheddie, tob fact emp, h 817 s Ashe 
Jones Simon, barber, h 216 n Gilmer 
Jones S R (Delilah) shoemaker, 118 e Sycamore, h 911 e 

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Jones Mrs S D (Piedmont House) 358 >^ s Elm 
Jones Tisha, h nr 122 Boon 
Jones Walter, pullman car emp, h 911 e Market 
Jones Wesley (Sallie) tob fact emp, h 141 w McCulloch 
Jones Wm, lab, h 216 n Gilmer 
Jones W J (Minerva) meat, stall 4 city market, h 420 

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Jordan Emma, washer, h 209 s Clinton 

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Jordan Isaac, h 124 Maple 

Jordan Jennie, washer, h 228 Mebane 

Jordan Mamie, washer, h 228 Mebane 

Jordan Thomas, h 209 s Clinton 

Jordan Wm, tob fact emp, h 363 w Bragg 

Joyce Fannie, washer, h 127 w McCulloch 

Joyce Geo, carpenter, h 999 College Ave 

Judd Florie I, h 423 High 

Judd Smith (Prudence) h 423 High 

Juris Julia, cook, h 437 Arlington 

Keck Belle, laundry emp, h 904 Austin 

Keck Henry, lab, h 904 Austin 

Keck James (Daisy) lab, h 363 w Bragg 

Keck Mary, washer, h 904 Austin 

Keck Sallie, washer, h 820 s Ashe 

Keck Susan, washer, h 904 Austin 

Keeble Wm (Eliza) porter, h 916 e Market 

Kelly Fannie, cook, h 305 n Elm 

Kennell Ernest, lab, h s Ashe bey lims 

Kerr Alexander (Sarah E J) lab, h 341 w Whittington 

Kerr J W (Eaura S) farmer, h 349 w Whittington 

Kestler Alex (Hattie) lab, h 612 Eindsay 

King Henderson, tob fact emp, h 818 Austin 

Kivett Geo, carpenter, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Kizer Henry, tob caser, h 108 s Forbis 

Kizer Susan, lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Eambeth Dora, cook, h 607 e Gaston 

Eane Alfred (Sophie) lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Eane James, woodcutter, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Eane Jno (Cora) tob capper, h 902 Austin 

Eane Mamie, cook, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Eash Isaac (Susan) lab, h 120 Boon 

Eaw Anna, wid Jeff, h 518 Chestnut 

Eaw Berta, washer, h 518 Chestnut 

Eaw Chas, cook, h 518 Chestnut 

Eaw Watson, porter, h 518 Chestnut 

Eeak Wesley, tob roller, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Eee Andrew, drayman, h 38 e Market, Jonesboro 

Eee Jno, depot hand, h 622 s Spring 

Eee Tisha, h Race Track street, Jonesboro 

Eeftwich Kit (Maria) lab, h 1047 College Ave 

Eemmons Rufus (Jane) lab, n 410 High 



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Lewis Lizzie, washer, h 220 n Gilmer 

Liggon Henry, blacksmith, r 226 s Davie 

Lindsay Annie, wid, washer, h 235 Maple 

Lindsay Caesar, servant, h 130 w McCulloch 

Lindsay Celie, cook, h 312 n Elm 

Lindsay Daisy, servant, h rear 531 s Elm 

Lindsay Delia, h Warnersville, bey lims . 

Lindsay Green, servant, h rear 531 s Elm 

Lindsay Henry (Priscilla) head waiter Benbow House, h 

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Lindsay Henry, brickyard emp, h 235 Maple 
Lindsay Hiram (Anne E) lab, h bey 2010 s Ashe 
Lindsay Jordan, painter, h 201 s Clinton 
Lindsay Louisa, washer, h 235 Maple 
Lindsay Matilda, cook, h 201 s Clinton 
Lindsay Pinkney, porter, h 235 Maple 
Lindsay Sylvia, h 434 Chestnut 
Lindsay Walter, (Delia), farmer, h 622 Lindsay ' ^ 

Lindsay Wesley, h 192 s Mendenhall |!^ 

Lindsay Wm, (Maria), lab, h Warnersville bey lims ^ 

Lindsay Wm, driver, h 853 s Elm 
Lindsay Wm, (Bettie), lab, h 140 Beech 
Little Chaney, h 803 Macon 
Little Mack, brickyard emp, h 440 Cole 
Lloyd Cyrus (Mary) hotel waiter, h 215 e Gaston 
Lockett Chas, (Louisa), carpenter, h 425 High 
Lockett Fannie, h 425 High p-g^ 

Loftin Wesley, servant, h 810 Pearson '^''- 

Logan Wm, (Sarah), mechanic, h 1059 e Market 
Long Alex, farmer, h 139 s Gilmer Jlj 

Long Chas, (Martha), barber, h 116 s Forbis O 

Long Rev F A, (Sarah B), h 829 Factory " 

Long Joseph, lab, h 707 e Sycamore 
Long Wm, (Callie), h 610 s Ashe 
Lovette D E, (Sarah), pressman, h 1012 sAshe mH^ 

Lovette Ella, washer, h 460 Cole g CD 

Lovette Wade, (Minerva J), carpenter, h 102 1 s Ashe ^i|^ 

Lucas Sarah, washer, h 1046 s Ashe ' p 

Lunch Saml, cook, Clegg's, h 614 s Spring P 

Lyles Hilliard, (Mary), lab, h 138 s Gilmer jv 

Lynn Chas, driver, h 610 s Spring 
Lynn Jno, servant, h 610 s Spring 



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Mabry Alfred, brick-layer, h 440 Cole 

Mace Ollie, cook, 325 w Market 

Mace Pollie, cook, li 213 Lyndon 

Mallone Mary, wid Dick, h 920 e Market 

]\Iallory Rev P F (Hattie P) h nr cor Dodson and Mebane 

Marable Lucinda, wid Isaac, h 200 n Percy 

Marsh Jnlia, washer, h 410 High 

Marsh Simuel (Silvie) porter, h 221 n Gilmer 

Martin Fletcher, wks D A Kirkpatrick 

Martin Flora, washer, h 245 e Gaston 

Martin Harriet, cook, h 346 s Ashe 

Martin Henry (Julia) farmer, h Bennett nr Julian 

Martin Henry, railroad hand, h 839 Austin 

Martin James (Anna) lab, h Bennet nr Julian 

Martin Jane, washer, h 245 e Gaston 

Martin Judith, cook, h 354 Church 

Martin lyizzie, cook, h 109 s Greene 

Martin Lula, cook, h Bennett nr Julian 

Martin Mary R, h 245 e Gaston 

Martin Mollie, h 1049 ^ Washington 

Martin Starling (Bettie) lab, h 839 Austin 

Martin Thomas (Cora) hotel waiter, h 205 n Forbis 

Martin Turner (Delie A) lab, h Bennett nr Julian 

Martin Tyler (Judie) lab, h 430 Cole 

Martin Wm, servant, h 129 w Schenck 

Mason Hannah, washer, h rear 1004 s Cedar 

Mason Maria, washer, h 1039 e Washington 

Mason Wm, hostler, h 1039 e Washington 

Massey Caroline, washer, h rear 134 n Mendenhall 

Massey Hattie, tob fact emp, h 422 Lindsay 

Matthews Andrew, tob roller, h 614 w Market 

Matthews Dempsey (Hannah) driver, h Warnersville, bey 

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Matthews Ella, cook, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Matthews Frances, cook, h 614 w Market 
Matthews Frank, driver, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Matthews Henry, h 841 s Elm 
Matthews Jno, brickyard emp, h rear 205 w Bragg 
IMatthews Julian, brickyard emp, h rear 205 w Bragg 
Matthews Lucy, tob fact emp, h rear 205 w Bragg 
Matthews Luvenia, washer, h rear 205 w Bragg 
Matthews Pattie, cook, h 615 w Market 
IMatthews Sarah, cook, h Warnersville, bey lims 

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Matthews Thomas, tob roller, h 818 Austin 
Matthews Wm (Hattie) carpenter, h 902 Austin 
Matthews Wm, tob roller, h 818 Austin 
Maxwell Hannah, cook, h 327 e Market 
Maxwell Joseph, lab, h 615 e Market 
Maxwell Richard, servant, h 327 e Market 
Mayo Dicie, h 711 e Sycamore 
Mayo Edward, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Mayo Ella, servant, h 400 Asheboro 
Mayo Lizzie, washer, h 711 e Sycamore 

McAden , tob capper, h 360 w Bragg 

McAden Hill (Eliza) lab, h 360 w Bragg 
McAden Jno, tob prizer, h 360 w Bragg 
McAdoo Belle, cook, h 221 Belle Meade Ave 
McAdoo Calvin (Daisy) lab, h 1035 College Ave 
McAdoo Carrie, servant, h Jacksonville 
McAdoo Chaney, h loii s Ashe 
McAdoo Cora, cook, h no s Ashe 
McAdoo Diana, cook, h s Ashe 
McAdoo Ella, washer, h 209 Maple 
McAdoo Emma, teacher, h ion s Ashe 
McAdoo Geo (Addie) tob fact emp, h 422 High 
McAdoo Geo (Julia) tob fact emp, h ^7,7, w Whittington 
McAdoo Geo (Martha) tob fact emp, h 224 e Gaston 
McAdoo Geo (Mary) h ion s Ashe 
McAdoo Harriet, washer, h Jacksonville 
.McAdoo Henry, drayman, h Jacksonville 
McAdoo Ida, cook, h 233 n Cedar 
McAdoo James (Emily) farmer, h 1029 s Ashe 
McAdoo Eucinda, wks J E King & Co 
McAdoo Eucinda, cook, h 1000 s Ashe 
McAdoo Matthew, brickyard emp, h Jacksonville 
McAdoo Nannie, cook, h 442 Arlington 
McAdoo Pattie, cook, h 529 n Greene 
McAdoo Peter A, wks Gr Brick and Tile Co, h bey lims 
McAdoo Rufus (Nora) lab, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
McAdoo Sallie, cook, h 225 Maple 
McCauley Jno (Fannie) drayman, h 809 w Delphine 
McClary Eizzie, washer, h 516 Eindsay 
McColum Nannie, washer, h 205 Market Square 
McColum Pattie, cook, h no s Ashe 
McConnell Andrew (Mary) cook, h 399 w Whittington 
McConnell Eliza, h 200 s Forbis 

Go to Smith & Gardner, SS'c^e^[S'/K^re"^ci/a??°^c^h^ew°ng 

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McConnell James (Nannie) servant, h 420 L,indsay 

McConnell Joseph, porter, h 434 Chestnut 

McConnell Mollie, nurse, h 709 e Sycamore 

McConnell Richard, mason, h 709 e Sycamore 

McConnell Wm, depot hand, h 829 Vance 

McCormick J B, (Martha) lab, h Warnesville bey lims 

McCormick I^izzie, washer, h Warnersville bey lims 

McCormick M, wks I^eak Bros & Hasten 

McCoy Edward (Isabella), lab, h 1012 e Washington 

McDaniel Alice, clerk, h 224 s Davie 

McDaniel Mollie, h 224 s Davie 

McDonald Chas, h rear 531 High 

McDonald Rev S, (Dollie), h rear 531 High 

McGee James, hotel servant, h 829 Factory 

McGee Thos, (Emily), section hand, h 829 Factory 

McGibeny lyaura, washer, h 961 w McCulloch 

McGibeny, Lawson, (Isabella), lab, h Warnersville bey lims 

McGirt Daniel, tob fact emp, h Warnersville bey lims 

McGirt James, grocer, 1045 s Ashe 

McGirt J E, tob roller, h Warnersville bey lims 

McGirt Mack, (Ellen), grocer, h Warnersville bey lims 

McGirt Mary, washer, h Warnersville bey lims 

Mclver Jane, cook, h 132 Beech 

Mclver Sim, restaurant 222 s Davie, h 618 s Spring 

McKane James, lab, h 707 e Sycamore 

McKee Mary, washer, h 631 e Gaston 

McKenzie R M, (I^ucy A), teacher, h 402 Chestnut 

McKenzie Sarah, sick nurse, h 402 Chestnut 

McKinnon Frances, cook, h 209 Market Square 

McKinnon Jno, (Sarah), farm hand, h 4 N C R R, Jones- 

boro 
McKinnon Simon, brickyard emp, h 209 Market Square 
Mclvcan Chas, (Maria), servant, h 323 Asheboro 
Mclvcan Cliff, servant, h nr cor Hendrix and Chestnut 
McEean Rev Gabriel, h 1029 s Ashe 
McEean Jno, mattressmaker, h 337 w Whittington 
McEean Eucy, h rear 1004 s Cedar 
McEean Pink, tob roller, h ■x,'h'l w Whittington 
McEeod Jno (Ada) lab, h rear 521 High 
McMaster Rev A W, r 358)^ s Elm 
McMaster Martha, cook, h Eaurie and So Ry 
McMichael Green (Martha) hotel porter, h rear 1026 e 

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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 139 



McMichael Mary, nurse, 303 n Davie 
McMurray Win, depot hand, h 839 Austin 
McNeel Chloe J, washer, h 1049 ^ Greene 
McNeel Dan'l (Martha) lab, h 1049 n Greene 
McNeely Belle, cook, li 105 n Greene 
McNeely Ivucinda, h 217 e Market 
McNeill W H (Isabelle K) mail agt, h 535 Macon 
McPherson Jno (Eliza) blacksmith, h 348 w Whittington 
Meadows Chas (Maggie) lab, h n Greene, bey Water Wks 
Mebane Catherine, servant, h 109 s Greene 
Mebane Eugene, h 520 w Washington 
Mebane Louisa S, h 520 w Washington 
Mebane Melinda, h Jacksonville 

flendenhall Aaron (Mary) livery stable, 348 s Elm, under- 
taking 529 Macon, h 525 Macon 
Mendenhall Eewis (Rosina) carpenter, h 900 Austin 
Mendenhall Tomsy, cook, h near 122 Boon 
Merrick Rev Wm (Fannie) preacher, h 993 s Cedar 
Merritt Edward, wks brick yard, h 234 n Percy 
Merritt Eliza, cook, h 431 Cole 
Merritt Frances, h 234 n Percy 
Merritt Henry (Eliza) porter So Ry, h 234 n Percy 
Merritt Eydie, washer, h 431 Cole 
Merritt Mary, cook, h 201 s Clinton 
Merritt Susan, cook, h 619 e Gaston 
Merritt Victoria, h 234 n Percy 
Merritt Wm, lab, h 234 n Percy 
Miller Adeline, cook, h 218 n Gilmer 
Miller Eliza, washer, r 222 s Davie 
Miller Martha, h 125 Boon 

Millis Abe (Mary) drayman, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Milton Erie, h 301 Maple 

Milton Simpson (Martha) carpenter, h 301 Maple 
Mines Abel (Adeline) brickmason, h 709 w Delphine 
Minor Bessie, h 443 Cole 
Minor Ida, h 34 e Market, Jonesboro 
Mitchell Alice, nurse h 416 Chestnut 
Mitchell Annie, washer, h 239 e Sycamore 
Mitchell A S, roller Eeak Bros & Hasten 
Mitchell Berta, washer, h 229 e Sycamore 
Mitchell James, tob fact emp, h 229 e Sycamore 
Mitchell Eouisa, h 213 n Forbis 
Mitchell Lum, (Mary), tob fact emp, h 1022 s Ashe 

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Mitchell Mary, nurse, h 416 Chestnut 

Mitchell Nancy, nurse, h 416 Chestnut 

Mitchell Vinie, cook, h 130 w McCulloch 

Mitchell Wm, (Alice), lab, h Warnersville bey lims 

Mock Lou, washer, h 945 McGee 

Mock Mittie, washer, h 945 McGee 

Mock Philip, fireman Gr Ice and Coal Co 

Montgomery Jno, (Genie), mechanic, h Jacksonville 

Moody Minerva, cook, h 417 Asheboro 

Moore Al, (Martha), lab, h 644 Lindsay 

Moore Angelette, cook, h 400 Asheboro 

Moore Archie, (Julia), h Bennett nr Julian 

Moore C H, (Mary P), teacher, h 232 Mebane 

Moore Dicie, cook, h 445 Church 

Moore Dora, servant, h 119 w Schenck 

Moore Elijah, (Addie), railroad emp, h 828 Johnston 

Moore Fannie, h 870 s Elm 

Moore Geneva, nurse, h Bennett nr Julian 

Moore Geo, servant, h 863 Bellevue 

Moore Geo, lab, h 200 s Clinton 

Moore Hannah, washer, h Bennett nr Julian 

Moore H W, (Parlee), lab, h Jacksonville 

Moore Laddie, h 1 1 7 n Percy 

Moore Lucy, washer, h 870 s Elm 

Moore Millie, washer, h 224 Mebane 

Moore Nannie, washer, h 870 s Elm 

Moore Peter, driver, h 224 Mebane 

Moore Philip, (Minnie), railroad emp, h 200 s Clinton 

Moore Roberta, nurse, h Bennett nr Julian 

Moore Roger, railroad hand, h rear 205 w Bragg 

Moore Roxy, cook, h 200 s Clinton 

Moore R O, wks depot, h 224 Mebane 

Moore Wiley, barber, h 870 s Elm 

rioore Dr W H (M J) physician 119 e Market, h 339 w 

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Moore W W, barber, h 870 s Elm 
Moorfield Annie, cook, h 229 n Gilmer 
Moorfield Bessie, nurse, h 229 n Gilmer 
Moorfield Sallie, tob fact emp, h 229 n Gilmer 
Morehead A, picker Leak Bros & H 
Morehead Ada, washer, h 309 Maple 
Morehead Anna, laundry emp, h 209 IMaple 
Morehead Arthur, servant, h 441 w Market 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— COLORED. 141 

Morehead Caroline, washer, h 209 Maple 

Morehead Carter (Nancy) lab, h bey 2010 s Ashe 

Morehead Daisy, nurse, h 324 e Gaston 

Morehead Edward, porter, h 710 e Market 

Morehead Eliza, cook, h 907 e Market 

Morehead Eliza, h 209 Maple 

Morehead Emma, h bey 2010 s Ashe 

Morehead Emma, h 309 Maple 

Morehead Eugene (Frances) mgr Mendenhall's stable, h 

824 Factory 
Morehead Geo, tob roller, h 209 Maple 
Morehead Geo, lab, r 221 e Gaston 
Morehead Green, h 205 w Sycamore 
Morehead Harry, carpenter, h 397 w Whittington 
Mcrehead Henrietta, h 234 e Gaston 
Morehead James (lyizzie) driver, h 438 s Mendenhall 
Morehead James J (Eliza) grocer and shoemaker, 107 n 

Davie, h 309 Maple 
Morehead Jno, tob fact emp, h bey 2010 s Ashe 
Morehead Jno, porter, 346 s Ashe 
Morehead Joseph, tob fact emp, h 617 e Gaston 
Morehead Julia, cook, h 710 e Market 
Morehead Kansas, h rear 300 n Gilmer 
Morehead Leon, tob fact emp, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Morehead lyillie, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Morehead Lindsay, wks D A Kirkpatrick 
Morehead Lizzie, h 710 e Market 
Morehead Mamie, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Morehead Martha, washer, h 213 s" Clinton 
Morehead Mary, h 397 w Whittington 
Morehead Mary, laundry emp, h 617 e Gaston 
Morehead Minnie, h 343 s Davie 
Morehead Minnie E, h 234 e Gaston 
Morehead Nan, h 438 s Mendenhall 
Morehead Pinkney, lab, h 506 Lindsay 
Morehead Ritta, eating house, 343 s Davie 
Morehead Robert (Clara) drayman, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Morehead Robt M P (Eydie) lab, h 904 Vance 
Morehead Sidney, driver, h 130 Price 
Morehead Susan, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Morehead Warren (Mary) lab, h Jacksonville 
Morehead Washington (Annis) lab, h 804 s Cedar 
Morehead Wm, hostler, h 710 e Market 

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142 . DIRECTORY— COLORED. 

Morehead Wm, tob fact emp, h Warnersville bey lims 

Morehead Wilson, lab, h 309 Maple 

Morgan Wesley, tob fact emp, h 120 Boon 

Morris Easter, h 2007 Bennett 

Morris Rev J P (Mary) teacher Bennett College, h 2007 

Bennett 
Morris Julia, cook, 810 Pearson 
Morrow Jno, tob fact emp, h rear 192 s Mendenhall 
Morrow Mary, cook, h rear 192 s Mendenhall 
Morrow Morris (Martha) washer, h rear 192 s Mendenhall 
Morrow Rebecca, nurse, h rear 192 s Mendenhall 
Morrow Rev W H, h rear 192 s Mendenhall 
Morton Jno (Annie) lab, h 136 Beech 
Morton Wm, lab, h 136 Beech 
Mosteller Lavinia, cook, h 231 n Percy 
Mullen Isaac (Mary) h 1076 Railroad Ave 
Murchison lyonnie (Mary) lab, h 864 s Elm 
Murray Jennie, servant, h 305 w Market 
Murray Josh, street hand, h 327 Maple 
Murray Sam'l, servant, h 347 Church 
Murphy & Jennings, shoemakers, 607 e Market 
Murphy Baxter, servant 503 n Elm, h Cole 
Murphy Julia, cook, h 919 e Market 
Murphy Rev J W (Mary E) pastor African M E Church, 

h 132 Maple 
Murphy Mary, cook, h 919 e Market 
Murphy Thomas (Mary) hotel servant, h 634 Eindsay 
Murphy Wiley, brick yard emp, h 919 e Market 
Murphy W E (Sarah) (Murphy & Jennings) h rear 122 

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Nelson A G (Grace M) carpenter, h 1000 s Ashe 
Nelson Arthur, drayman, h 158 w McCulloch 
Nelson Geo, tob fact emp, h 1000 s Ashe 
Nelson Gray (May) Pullman porter, h 254 w Whittington 
Nelson Henry, porter, h Warnersville 
Nelson Joseph (Carrie) carpenter, h 820 Austin 
Nelson Leroy, tob fact emp, h 820 Austin 
Nelson Nancy, washer, h 158 w McCulloch 
Nelson Oscar, carpenter, h 820 Austin 
■Nelson R C, wks Stafford's, h 820 Austin 
Nelson Sallie, washer, h 330 w Whittington 
Nelson Sam'l, depot hand, h 158 w McCulloch 
Nelson Wilson (Annie) carpenter, h 1006 s Ashe 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 



DIRECTORY— COLORED. 143 

Nelson Wilson, tob stemmer, h 820 Austin 

Neville Whitfield (Chloe) tob fact emp, h 236 n Percy 

Newland Bob (Annie) driver, h 712 e Market 

Newlin Sallie, cook, h 819 Vance 

Nichols James (Anna) mattress maker, h 841 s Elm 

Nocho Frank, student, h 401 e Market 

Nocho J R (Julia W) mail agt, h 401 e Market 

Nocho Mamie, teacher, h 401 e Market 

Oakland Thomas, bricklayer, h 301 n Percy 

Ogburn Stella, cook 

Oliver Geo, tob fact emp, h nr cor Maple and Lindsay 

Oliver Jerry, lab, h 153 s Gilmer 

Oliver Rinnie, h 302 s Davie 

Overby Richard (Minerva) carpenter, li 637 e Gaston 

Owens Lindsay, foundry emp, h 458 Cole 

Page W R, waiter, r 358)^ s Elm 

Palmer Cornelia, washer, h 238 n Percy 

Palmer Eliza, washer, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Palmer Ella, cook, h 812 s Ashe 

Palmer Henry (Genie) lab, h 707 e Sycamore 

Palmer Jessie, washer, h 240 e Gaston 

Palmer Jno (Emma) brickmason, h 240 e Gaston 

Palmer Jno, lab, h 707 e Sycamore 

Palmer Sam'l, lab, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Palmer Simon (Fannie) lab, h 238 n Percy 

Parahm Chas, brickyard emp, h 440 Cole 

Parker Geo (Susan) lab, h 343 Maple 

Parker James, h 617 e Gaston 

Parker John, porter, h 139 s Gilmer 

Parker Sarah J, h 218 n Gilmer 

Parker Wm, lab, h 343 Maple 

Parks James, driver, h 706 e Market 

Parks Martha, cook, h 706 e Market 

Parks Wm, lab, r 218 Market Square 

Parrish Minnie, nurse, h no n Percy 

Path Ches, lab, r 221 e Gaston 

Patillo Mary, laundry emp, h 610 e Market 

Patillo W H (Agnes) lab, h 610 e Market 

Patron Henry (Sarah) mechanic, h 225 n Percy 

Pattishall Mary, cook, h 120 w Sycamore . • 

Patton Dolph (Belle) switchman, h 541 Macon 

Patterson Frances, servant, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Patterson Jno (Annie) bricklayer, h 608 Lindsay 



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144 DIRECTORY— COLORED. 



Patterson Mary, nurse, h 337 n Elm 
So5f Patterson Sandy (Mary) h s Ashe, bey lims 
^ly Payne Ad (Emma) tob fact emp, h rear 817 e Washington 
3g<! Payne Allen, tob fact emp, h 834 Austin 
^|D i Payne & Graham, barber shop, 319 s Elm 
S.eOlj Payne Burton (Hannah) barber, h 834 Austin 

Payne Chas, barber, h 834 Austin 

Payne E, picker Leak Bros & H 

Payne Flora, h 2010 s Ashe 

Payne John (Evelyn), mechanic, h 214 e Gaston 

Payne Jule, driver, h 205 n Percy 

Payne Maggie, seamstress, h 2010 s Ashe 

Payne Margaret, h 2010 s Ashe 

Payne Wm, lab, h 2010 s Ashe 

Pearce Georgie, h 710 e Market 

Pearce Robt, mason, h 710 e Market 

Peggans Rev W A, pastor A M E Zion Church, h 410 High 

Pegram Bertha, cook, h 217 w INIarket 

Penny Delilah, h 23 e jNIarket, Jonesboro 

Peoples B A, tob fact emp, h 200 n Percy 

Perry Annette, cook, h 377 s Davie 

Perry J L, (Mary S), restaurant 211s Elm, h 240 e Gaston 

Perry Eillie, cook, h 507 Arlington 

Peters Bettie, seamstress, h 803 s Ashe 

Pettiford Adeline, h 147 w INIcCulloch 

Pettiford Alexander, servant Normal 

Pettigrew Martha, cook, h 200 n Percy 
J> Peyton Jesse, brickyard emp, h 458 Cole 
^ Phillips A, picker, Leak Bros & Hasten 

Phillips Wm, (Annie), tob fact emp, h 1022 s Ashe 

Phipps Alice, cook, h 201 w Whittington 

Phipps Martha, cook, h 420 e IMcCuUoch 

Pickett Dicie, h 213 n Forbis 

Piedmont House, (Mrs S D Jones), 358^ s Elm 

Pinkard ]\Iary E, h 3088 e ^larket 

Pinkston Lizzie, tob fact emp, h 225 e Sycamore 

Pinnix Cherry, cook, h 618 s Spring 

Pinnix Flora, washer, h 357 w Whittington 

Pinnix Harriet, washer, h 357 w Whittington 

Pond Fannie, h 310 n Percy 

Porter Henry, tob stemmer, h 419 Lindsay 

Porter Thomas, tob stemmer, h 419 Lindsay 

Poteat Jno, tob fact emp, h 299 East 









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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 145 

Poteat Philip, lab, r 218 Market Square 

Powell Mary, cook, h 102 s Mendenhall 

Powell Wm, (Jessie), tob fact emp, h 126 s DQdson 

Prayer Seymour (Mollie) lab, li looi s Ashe 

Price C K, student, h rear 521 High 

Price Robt T (Jane) lab, h rear 521 High 

Price Scott, porter Jno W Jones 

Pritchard Ella, cook, h 614 w Market 

Pritchard James, servant, 119 n Davie, r s Davie 

Pritchett Ben (Dora) fireman, h 146 w McCulloch 

Pritchett Mamie, h 146 w McCulloch 

Prodigal Son Lodge, I O O F, No 1999, 503 e Market 

Providence Baptist CJiurch, Rev S H Witherspoon, pastor, 

803 e Washington 
PuUam Peter (Ella) tob fact emp, h 24 e Market, Jonesboro 
Purvis Edward (Henrietta) porter, h 1016 s Ashe 
Purvis Hattie, h 204 w Bragg 

Purvis Norfolk (Bessie) tob fact emp, h 1006 s Ashe 
Purvis York (Rhodie) fireman, h 204 w Bragg 
Putney Frank, mechanic, h 225 n Percy 
Pyles Annis, cook, h 608 s Ashe 
Pyles Wm (Eelia) tob fact emp, h 608 s Ashe 
Raglin Julia, washer, h 332 s Davie 
Ralley Margaret, h 230 s Ashe 
Randall Green (Marjary) tob roller, h 419 Lindsay 
Rankin Arthur, lab, r 213 s Elm 
Rankin Henry (Louisa) driver, h 119 Beech 
Rankin Henry W, restaurant, 504 s Elm 
Rankin Ida, h 417 w Market 
Rankin John (Julia) h rear 300 n Gilmer 
Rankin Mary, waiter, h 205 e Market 
Rankin Susan, cook, h 218 n Elm 
Rankin Thomas (Lily D) servant, h 422 Lindsay 
Rankin Thomas (Sarah) farmer, h 335 Maple 
Redwine Alex, brickyard emp, h 128 Beech 
Reed Jennie, cook, 345 n Elm 

Reed Julius, tob prizer, h Alley rear Market Square 
Reed Major, lab, h 239 n Gilmer 
Reed Martha, cook, h Alley rear Market Square 
Reed Geo (Mary) lab, h 138 s Gilmer 
Reed Sam'l (Abbie) lab, h rear 134 n Mendenhall 
Reed Squire (Julia) lab, h 999 College Ave 
Reed Victoria, tob fact emp, h 602 s Spring 

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Reed Wm (Mary) servant, h 233 n Percy 

Reed Wyatt, (Demie), truck farmer, h 832 Johnston 

Reese Doc, (Cora), railroad hand, h 551 Macon 

Reeves Geo, tob cutter Stafford's 

Reeves Jno (Mary), lab, h rear 441 e Washington 

Revers Wm, servant, h 312 e Market 

Reynolds Carrie, cook, h 404 w Market 

Reynolds Lena, cook, h 488 Church 

Reynolds Mary, servant, 207 s Eugene 

Rhodes Amanda, servant Normal 

Rhodes Mitch, wks D A Kirkpatrick 

Rice Anna, cook, h 115 Smith 

Rice Ben (Annie) wood cutter, h 429 Cole 

Rich Lucy, cook, h 364 s Ashe 

Richardson Ervin (Eliza) bricklayer, h 507 Lindsay 

Richardson Luke (Dora) h 411 Lindsay 

Richardson Nettie, tob fact emp, h 602 s Spring 

Richardson Wm, carpenter, h 507 Lindsay 

Richmond Albert, lab, h 803 e Sycamore 

Richmond Betty, washer, h 803 e Sycamore 

Richmond Edward, tob fact emp, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Richmond Enoch, wks Leak Bros & H 

Richmond Hannah, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Richmond James (Kizzie) tob fact emp, h Warnersville, 

bey lims 
Richmond James (Lula) tob fact emp, h 637 e Gaston 
Richmond Lee, (Louisa), wks Spoke and Handle Factory 
Richmond Penny, cook, h 803 e Sycamore 
Richmond Wm, tob fact emp, h 803 e Sycamore 
Riggs Josephine, cook, 503 n Elm, h n Percy 
Roan David, tob fact emp, h 205 n Percy 
Roberts Louisa, h 700 s Cedar 

Roberts MoUie, servant, h s Davie bet Elm and Sycamore 
Robertson Edward (Lizzie) drayman, h 517 High 
Robertson Geo, brickyard emp, h 825 Austin 
Robertson Jno, h 618 s Spring 
Robertson Maria, cook, h 346 Asheboro 
Robertson Richard, serv^ant, 106 s Greene 
Robertson Wallace (Jennie) lab, h 305 n Percy 
Robinson E S, janitor Normal 
Robinson June, roller Lea & Tate 
Robinson Stacy, bricklayer, h 440 Cole 
Rogers Annie, washer, h 211 n Percy 



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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 147 

Rogers London, h 419 Lindsay 

Rogers Nannie, nurse, h 211 n Percy 

Rogers Pender, driver, h 211 n Percy 

Rogers Turner, tob fact emp, h 227 n Elm 

Roland Bettie, h 32 e Market, Jonesboro 

Roland David, servant, h 32 e Market, Jonesboro 

Roland James, carpenter, h 32 e Market, Jonesboro 

Roland lycna, h 32 e Market, Jonesboro 

Roland Maggie, h 32 e Market, Jonesboro 

Roland Sam'l, h 32 e Market, Jonesboro 

Rollin Flora J, washer, h 1012 e Washington 

Rollin Jordan, h 1012 e Washington 

Rollin Mary, washer, h 1012 e Washington 

Rollins Wm (Sallie) lab, h 430 Cole 

Rooks Junius (Elizabeth) steward A & M College 

Rooks Scott, wks Vanstory's stable, r do 

Rush Rev J A (Mary G) pastor St Matthew's M E Church, 

h 609 s Ashe 
Russell Mary, wid, washer, h 820 s Ashe 
Sanders Demie, seamstress, h 224 s Davie 
Sanders Ellis, clothing, 224 s Davie 
Sanders Frank (Cora) clothing, no Fayetteville 
Sanders Virginia, h 443 w Sycamore 
Sanders Wyatt, h 224 s Davie 
Sawyer Rhoda, h 614 w Market 
Sawyer Sidney, wks Stafford's, h 614 w Market 
Sawyer Thomas, servant, li 414 n Greene 
Scales Ann, washer, h 324 n Gilmer 
Scales Annie, cook, h 605 e Gaston 
Scales Eliza, cook, h 414 n Flm 
Scales Henry, servant, h 414 n Elm 
Scales Mary, washer, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
Scales Pink (Ida) tob fact emp, h 722 s Ashe 
Scales Sarah, h 235 n Edgeworth 
Scales Simpson, porter, h 803 e Market 
Scales Simpson (Josephine) lab, h 305 w Market 
Scales Surry, lab, h 505 w Delphine 
Scarlet Wm (Helon) lab, h 314 n Gilmer 
Scott Eliza, h 123 s Gilmer 

Scott Frank (Lettie) section hand, h 901 s Ashe 
Scott Graham, porter, 216 s Elm 
Scott Lewis (Lizzie) lab, h Race Track st, Jonesboro 
Scott Mary, cook, h 523 Schenck 



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Scott IMarianna, cook, h 523 Schenck 

Scott Oliver (Elizabeth) lab, h 224 e Gaston 

Scott Syd, lab, h 108 s Forbis 

Searcy Edward (Eliza) lab, h 109 w Gaston 

Searcy Peter, servant, h 202 s Eugene 

Sellars C S, lab, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Sellars Dempsey (Bettie) lab, h 536 High 

Sellars Geo, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Sellars Gertrude, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Sellars Jno (Ellie) brickmason, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Sellars Mannie, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

Sellars Patsy, cook, h C F & Y V nr McCulloch 

SetlifF Annie, washer, h 945 McGee 

Setzer Hannah, washer, h 834 w Market 

Sharp Berta, cook, h 122 Price 

Sharp Chas (Mary) servant, h nr 700 Douglas 

Sharp Chloe, cook, h 6 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Sharp. Cora, h 6 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Sharp Lettie, cook, h 6 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Sharp Robt, tob fact emp, h 6 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Sharp Sallie, tob fact emp, h 6 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Shaw Arthur, mechanic, h 211 n Gilmer 

Shaw Brown (Margaret) driver, h 5 e Market, Jonesboro 

Shaw Chas, servant, h 1058 w Market 

Shaw Ella, h 310 n Percy 

Shaw Emma, washer, h 618 s Spring 

Shaw Hattie, h 310 n Percy 

Shaw Isom (Sallie) mechanic, h 211 n Gilmer 

Shaw Mattie, h 310 n Percy 

Shaw Rhodie, cook, h 122 Smith 

Shaw Susie, h 211 n Gilmer 

Sheltou Geo (Ruthie) brickyard emp, h 1014 s Cedar 

Shelton Henry (Lizzie) lab, h 803 e Sycamore 

Shelton Sally Ann, servant, h 200 Eyndon 

Shelton Steiner, brickyard emp, h Jacksonville 

Shiloh Baptist Church, Austin, Warnersville 

Shober Susan, washer, h 213 s Clinton 

Shoffner Eugene, brickyard emp, h 621 e Gaston 

Shoffner Galloway (Annie) lab, h 621 e Gaston 

Shoffner Jno, brickyard emp, h 621 e Gaston 

Shoffner Mar>', h 62 1 e Gaston 

Shoffner Tisha, cook, 118 w Washington, h Factory 

Short Napoleon, cook, h 310 n Percy 

Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— COLORED. 149 

Shuford Connie, student Bennett College 

Siler Tim, lab, h 19 e Market, Jonesboro 

Simmons Carrie, washer, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Simmons Jennie, h 235 n Edgeworth 

Simmons lyUcius (Alice) tob fact emp, h 462 Cole 

Simmons Millie, h 1039 e Washington 

Simpson Erie, cook, h 670 Chestnut 

Simpson Malvina, cook, h 523 Schenck 

Simpson Mary, washer, h 244 e Gaston 

Simpson Sarah, washer, h 972 McGee 

Simpson Sarah, washer, h 516 e Gaston 

Simpson Stella, washer, h 972 McGee 

Singleton Jeff (Jane) painter, h 316 n Gilmer 

Singleton Eillie, cook, h 316 n Gilmer 

Skeen Dora, cook, h 416 Church 

Skeen Julia, cook, h 118 Smith 

Slade Albert (Nora) lab, h nr cor Maple and Lindsay 

Slade Benj (Lucy) lab, h 951 w McCulloch 

Slade Bettie Lou, washer, h bey 2001 College Ave 

Slade Felix (Julia) brickmason, h 350 w Whittington 

Slade James, lab, h 951 w McCulloch 

Slade Pink, servant, 318 e Washington 

Sloan A E, tob fact emp, h 316 n Gilmer 

Sloan Bettie, washer, h 21 e Market, Jonesboro 

Sloan C, paper hanger, h 907 e Market 

Sloan Estella, tob picker, h 907 e Market 

Sloan Horace, h 19 e Market, Jonesboro 

Sloan Jane, wid Wm, washer, h 907 e Market 

Sloan Jane, servant, h 813 w Market 

Sloan Julia, cook, h 220 w Washington 

Sloan Kizzie, washer, h 316 n Gilmer 

Sloan Stella, tob fact emp, h 907 e Market 

Sloan Walter (Eucinda) depot hand, h 129 Beech 

Sloan Wilson (Eaura S) engineer, h 337 w Whittington 

Sloan Wilson (Matilda) h 507 Chestnut 

Sloan Yancey (Janie) whitewasher, h 254 w Whittington 

Smith Aaron, drayman, h 305 Bennett 

Smith Bessie, cook, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Smith Bettie, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Smith Chas (Sallie) drayman, h 10 N C R R, Jonesboro 

Smith Clara M, h 226 n Forbis 

Smith David (Belle) lab, h 523 Schenck 

Smith Eva, washer, h 1014 e Washington 

Have your Prescriptions Filled ^'^^ga^dner, 

Druggists, corner opposite Post Oflace. 



PHOENIX. Game of all kinds in Season. 

Quail, Squirrels, Rabbits, Etc. 
150 DIRECTORY— COLORED. 

Smith Geo, lab, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Smith Ida, cook, h 324 e Bragg 

Smith Irvin, tob fact emp, h 337 Factory 

Smith Isaac (Rebecca) foundry emp, h 837 Factory 

Smith Ivison, tob fact emp, h 837 Factory 

Smith Jennie, h 834 w Market 

Smith Jennie, cook, 328 Church, h I^indsay 

Smith Joseph (Mary) lab, h logyi w Gaston 

Smith J V (Emma) section hand, h 2085 East 

Smith Lavinia, cook, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Smith Lewis (Lizzie) railroad hand, h 910 s Cedar 

Smith Eula, nurse, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Smith Margaret, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Smith Mary, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Smith Merritt, tob fact emp, h 837 Factory 

Smith Nellie, cook, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Smith Oscar (Ada) h 311 Asheboro 

Smith Rebecca, cook, h loio Spring Garden 

Smith Richard (Eliza) shoemaker, h 808 Walker Ave 

Smith S M (Melinda) barber shop, 203 e Sycamore, h 127 

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Smith Thad (Maggie) section hand, h 1014 e Washington 
Smith Wesley (Amelia) porter, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Smith Wm, clothing, h 345 s Davie 
Smith Wm (Amy) servant, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Smith Winnie, cook, h 312 e Market 
Snipes Pinkney (Belle) lab, h 17 e Market, Jonesboro 
Span Ivizzie, tob fact fact emp, h 159 w McCulloch 
Spruell Helen, cook, 224 w Market 
St James Presbyterian Church, Rev A J Tate, pastor, 210 

n Forbis 
St Matthew's M E Church, Rev J A Rush, pastor, 601 and 

603 s Ashe 
Stanfield A, picker Leak Bros &. Hasten 
Stanfield Amy, h 219 n Percy 
Stanfield Corinne, nurse, h bey 1069 n Greene 
Stanfield Elizabeth, h bey 2085 East 
Stanfield Geo (Alice) lab, h bey 2085 East 
Stanfield Jno H, lab, h bey 2085 East 
Stanfield E, picker Leak Bros & Hasten 
Stanfield London, depot hand, h 818 Austin 
Stanfield Roxana, teacher, h bey 2085 East 
Stanfield Stephen, lab, h 219 n Percy 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



E. R. Fishblate, - - One Price Clothier. 

DIRECTORY— COLORED. 151 

Stanfield Wm, carpenter, h rear 1004 s Cedar 

Staton Ivaura, cook, h rear 205 w Bragg 

Staton Mary Jane, cook, h rear 205 w Bragg 

Staton Rosa, washer, h 504 Chestnut 

Staton Wm M, brickyard emp, h 504 Chestnut 

Steele Chas, foundry emp, h 120 East 

Steele Frances, washer, h 120 East 

Steele Jessie, servant, h 443 King 

Steele Jno, tob fact emp, h 120 East 

Steele Eee (Madelina) farm hand, h 828 Factory 

Steele Maggie, nurse, h 120 East 

Steele Ollie, cook, h 325 e Eee 

Steele Ollie, nurse, h 120 East 

Steele Willie, washer, h 828 Factory 

Stephens Albert, carpenter, h 305 Bennett 

vStephens Alice, servant, h 116 Church 

Stephens Geo, h 20 e Market, Jonesboro 

Stevens Helen, h 235 n Edge worth 

Stewart Bessie, nurse, h 327 e Market 

Stewart James, h 939 w McCulloch 

Stewart Julius, foreman C P Vanstory, h 208 e Gaston 

Stewart Eem ( ) lab, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Stewart Tisha, nurse, 349 n Elm 

Stewart Walter, brickyard emp, h Warnersville, bey lims c^g 

Stiff Ida, cook, h 351 Asheboro 

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Stokes Sonny (Lucy) lab, h 471 Cole ^^-c 

Street Fannie, cook, 115 s Ashe, h s Greene oP*3. 

Stroud Annie, h 801 e Sycamore f ^ 

"Stroud Dennis (Sarah) carpenter, h 801 e Sycamore 
Stroud Jno, carpenter, h 801 e Sycamore 
Stroud Joseph, cook, r 301 s Elm 
Stroud Thomas (Mary) lab, h 830 Austin 
Stubblefield Harriet, h 415 Eindsay Q^ 

Summers Brown, h 644 Lindsay 
Summers Henry, lab, h 644 Eindsay q\ 

Sutley Jno, servant 

Swain Adolphus, porter, h 225 e Sycamore 
Swain Chambers (Dora) h 27 e Market, Jonesboro 
Swain Fannie, cook, h 109 n Percy ^ 

Swain Henry, porter, h 109 n Percy ^ 

Swain Minnie, washer, h 109 n Percy H 

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Swain Sarah, h 109 n Percy 

Swan Amy, cook, h 837 Factory 

Swepson Emma, cook, h 734 Pearson 

Swinson Delia, cook, h Jacksonville 

Swinson Hattie, washer, h Jacksonville 

Swinson Maggie, washer, h Jacksonville 

Swinson Robt, tob fact emp, h Jacksonville 

Symmes Squire (Mary) janitor, h 125 n Dodson 

Tapley Jerry, foundry emp, h 1043 ^ Ashe 

Tate Rev A J (Savilla E) pastor St James Presbyterian 

Church, h 212 n Forbis 
Tatum Dave (Mary) lab, h 1006 s Ashe 
Taylor Bettie, servant, h 220 n Gilmer 
Taylor Geo (Maggie) painter, h 832 Johnston 
Taylor Geo (Mary) hotel waiter, h 227 e Gaston 
Taylor Harrison (Mary) lab, h 1003 s Ashe 
Taylor Henrietta, cook, h 303 n Davie 
Taylor James (Annie) mechanic, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
Taylor Polly, h 609 e Market 

Taylor Sherman (I^ena) tob fact emp, h 827 Johnston 
Taylor Thomas, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Taylor Wm C, barber, r 123 s Elm 
Terry Arthur, 215 s Elm 
Terry Calvin (Cassie) h 120 s Forbis 
Thacker Bertha, washer, h 613 Lindsay 
Thacker Caroline, wid, washer, h 817 e Washington 
Thacker Caswell (lyucinda) carpenter, h 613 I^indsay 
Thacker Esther, h 817 e Washington 
Thacker Jennie, washer, h 913 e Market 
Thacker Judie, washer, h 913 e Market 
Thacker Minerva, washer, h 613 Lindsay 
Thacker Mittie, h 817 e Washington 
Thom Martha, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Thomas Agnes, nurse, h 203 s Eugene 
Thomas Rev Benj, h 2007 Bennett 
Thomas Cornelia, washer, h 435 n Edgeworth 
Thomas Eva, cook, h 658 Percy 
Thomas James (Nancy) lab, h 359 w Bragg 
Thomas Julius (Georgie) waiter, h 829 Factory 
Thomas Lena, washer, h 1014 e Washington 
Thomas Lucy, cook, h 300 s Spring 
Thomas Wm, lab, h 359 w Bragg 
Thompson Chas, wks Gr Brick and Tile Co 



New River Steam Coal-Best in the south. For prices, see 
Phone No. 8. CUNNINGHAM BROS. 



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Thompson Estelle, h 224 e Sycamore. 

Thompson Hilliard (Fannie) watchman, h 1026 e Market 
Thompson Lewis (lyaura) lab, h Jacksonville 
Thompson Lydie, washer, h 120 w Gaston 
Town Alice, h 610 s Spring 

Towns J R (Sarah) Pullman porter, h 609 e Market 
Trice Chas (Martha) lab, h 919 e Market 
Trice Dock (Louisa) lab, h 36 e Market, Jonesboro 
Trice Lewis (Cornelia) drayman, h 829 Vance 
Trice Martha, cook, h 919 e Market 
Trice Wilson, servant, h 919 e Market 
Trotter Annie, washer, h 229 e Sycamore 
Trotter Rufus, hostler, r 1 14 s Davie 
Trotter Sue, washer, h 207 e Sycamore 
Tuck Lettie, cook, h 434 Church 
Tucker E J, washer, h 837 Factory 
Tucker Frank, restaurant, 350 s Elm, r do 
Tucker Henry, drayman, h 967 w McCulloch 
Tucker Madison, lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Tucker Maggie, cook, h no s Davie 
Tucker Mary, cook, h no s Davie 
Turner Charity, washer, h 709 e Sycamore 
Turner Eli, railroad hand, r 1095/^ w Gaston 
Turner Ernest, lab, h 701 e Market 
Turner Joseph (Alice) tob fact emp, h 226 n Forbis 
Turner Louisa, hotel chambermaid, h 513 e Washington 
Turner Mary, washer, h 701 e Market 
•Turner Robert (Leanna) tob fact emp, h 701 e Market 
Turner Rob't, lab, h 513 e Washington 
Turner Rob't, lab, r 226 n Forbis 
Turner Sarah, servant, h 305 w Market 
Turner Thomas, hostler. Rank Thomas 
Turner Wm, lab, r 226 n Forbis 
Turrentine G, wks W A Watson 
Unthank Caroline, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Vanstory Martha, cook, 107 e Gaston, h Jonesboro 
Vanstory Robert (Frances) porter, h 306 n Gilmer 
Vanstory Walter (Sarah) railroad emp, h 1023 ^ Washing- 
ton 
Vernon Frankie, washer, h 834 w Market 
Vincent Georgie, cook, h 401 Asheboro 
Voss Sarah, cook, h 501 Arlington 
Wagner Alice, servant, h 480 Church 

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Wagner Sarah, cook, h 450 Arlington 
Wagstaff Geo W (Lizzie) butcher, h 210 Maple 
Wagstaff Wm, h 229 e Sycamore 
Walden L,ot (Susan) railroad hand, h 622 s Ashe 
Walker Browna, nurse, h 12 N C R R, Jonesboro 
Walker Chas (Agnes) lab, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Walker Cicero (Ivillie) blocksmith, h 12 N C R R, Jonesboro 
Walker Fannie, servant, h 347 Church 
Walker G Ben W, tob fact emp, h 1026 e Market 
Walker Hattie, washer, h 606 s Ashe 
Walker Irenie, washer, h near 531 s Elm 
Walker Joseph (Sarah J) driver, h 514 e Washington 
Walker Lillie, servant, h 813 w Market 
Walker Lottie, cook, h 12 N C R R, Jonesboro 
Walker lyula, cook, h cor 2nd and Carolina, Coneville 
Walker Lydie, servant, h 244 w Whittington 
Walker Millie, laundry emp, h 818 s Cedar 
Walker Ned (Frances) brickyard emp, h 606 s Ashe 
Walker Rudie, tob fact emp, h 12 N C R R, Jonesboro 
Walker Stephen (Eliza) wks railroad yard, h 323 n Percy 
Walker Wm (Euvonia) h 1013 e Washington 
Wallace Isaac, fireman, h 800 s Ashe 
Walls Eliza, cook, 231 Eindsay 

Ward Austin (Nancy) lab, h cor Davie and Washington 
Ward Bettie, cook, h cor Davie and Washington 
Ward Csesar, telephone lineman, h cor Davie and Wash- 
ington 
Ward Eliza, cook, h 429 Cole 
Ward Mary, cook, h 223 n Edgeworth 
Ward Pearlie, nurse, 328 Church, -h Cole 
Ware Daisy, h 1049 ^ Washington 
Ware Sam'l (Sarah) farmer, h 513 Eindsay 
Ware T D (Mattie) grocer and landscape gardener, 921 e 

Market, h 1049 e Washington 
Warnersville Graded School No 2, 1030 s Ashe 
Warren Jno, servant, h 336 s Ashe 
Warren Tisha, washer, h C F & Y V, nr n Greene 
Washburn Jule, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Washington Blood, wks W A Watson 
Washington Mary, nurse, 208 e Market 
Watlington Hattie, servant, h 403 n Edgeworth 
Watlington Jno, lab, h nr 515 Chestnut 
Watson Henry, servant, h rear 18 e Market, Jonesboro 

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Watson Julia, li 243 e Sycamore 

Watson Lizzie, cook, h 121 s Ashe 

Watson lyucy, cook, h 243 e Sycamore 

Watson Mary, cook, h 225 e Sycamore 

Watkins Anderson (Alice) farmer, h nr cor Delphine and 

Mendenhall 
Watkins Bertha, cook, h 132 n Mendenhall 
Watkins Cornelia, cook, h rear 202 s Mendenhall 
Watkins Frank (Florence) brick yard emp, h s Ashe, bey 

lims 
Watkins Martha, washer, h 443 Cole 
Watkins Susie, teacher, h 443 Cole 
Watkins Tisha, cook, h 458 Cole 
Watkins Wm, h 443 e Whittington 
Watt lyucy, cook, h 322 w Gaston 
Weatherly Agnes, washer, h Jacksonville 
Weatherly Madison (Fannie) farm hand, h Jacksonville 
Weatherly Martha, washer, h rear 641 w lyce 
Weatherly Mary, nurse, h 345 n Elm 
Weatherly Robert (Delvie) grinder, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Weatherly Tisha, washer, h Jacksonville 
Weatherly Wm (Susan) lab, h Jacksonville 
Webb James (Agnes) lab, h 1041 College Ave 
Webb Jno, hostler, h 1041 College Ave 
Webster Amanda, washer, h 324 n Gilmer 
Webster Callie, nurse, h 324 n Gilmer 
Weir Silas (Mahala) carpenter, h Warnersville, bey lims 
Welborn J F, shoemaker, 118 e Sycamore, h n Greene, bey 

lims 
Wells Rev Isaac (Hanie B) h 531 High 
Wharton Andrew (Hattie) lab, h 464 Cole 
Wharton Ann, washer, h 604 e Market 
Wharton Annie, cook, h 501 n Cedar 
Wharton Arthur (Bessie) driver, h 905 e Market 
Wharton Caesar, h 226 e Sycamore 
Wharton Carry, nurse, 115 w Market 
Wharton Chaney, laundry emp, h 615 e Gaston 
Wharton David (Laura) lab, h 1067 n Greene 
Wharton Delia, cook, 811 Walker Ave 
Wharton Drury, porter, h next to African M B Church 
Wharton Blla, cook, h 222 e Sycamore 
Wharton Bugenia, clerk, h next to African M B Church 
Wharton Geo, carpenter, h 1043 s Ashe 



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Wharton Jane, laundry enip, h 615 e Gaston 

Wharton Jno, brick^'ard emp, h bey 1069 n Greene 

Wharton Jno, grocer, 320^^ n Percy, h 320 n Percy 

Wharton Jno C, wks D Howell, h 213 s Elm 

Wharton Julia, washer, h 245 e Sycamore 

Wharton L^izzie, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Wharton Lula, cook, h 905 e Market 

Wharton Milton (Mollie) h 2 n C R R, Jonesboro 

Wharton Minerva, nurse, h bey 1069 n Greene 

Wharton Mollie, cook, h 320 n Percy 

Wharton Rufus, tob fact emp, h 615 e Gaston 

Wharton Sam'l (Bettie) servant, h 515 Chestnut 

Wharton Thomas (Martha) h bey 1069 n Greene 

Wharton Walter, lab, h 335 Maple 

Wharton Walter, lab, h 52 e Market, Jonesboro 

Wharton Wm, tob fact emp, h 905 e Market 

Wharton Wm (Jennie) h Race Track st, Jonesboro 

Whitaker Minnie, cook, h nr cor Hendrix and Chestnut 

White Christopher (Sallie) lab, h 206 n Gilmer 

White Hannah, wid, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

White Henry (Henrietta) carpenter, h Warnersville, bey 

lims 
White Lee (Jeannette) lab, h 455 Cole 
White IvCttie, cook, h 403 n Edgeworth 
White Walter,- tob fact emp, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Whitehead Sallie, cook, h 715 n Gilmer 
Whiten Harriet, cook, h 741 Pearson 
Whitfield Alexander, porter, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
Whitfield Bert, hotel waiter, r 226 e Gaston 
Whitfield Ella, washer, h s Cedar. Jacksonville 
Whitfield Henry (Jemima) porter, h s Cedar, Jacksonville 
Whitfield Eee (Nancy) brick yard emp, h 1012 s Cedar 
Whitfield O N (Jessie) barber, r 3581^ s Elm 
Whitis Abe (Eaura) bricklayer, h 301 n Percy 
Whitis Bettie, cook, h 602 w Gaston . 
Whitis Ephraim (Eliza) bricklayer, h 505 Lindsay 
Whitis Gertrude, tob fact emp, h 1012 s Ashe 
Whitis Harriet, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Whitis Henry (Mamie) brick-mason, h 223 Maple 
Whitis James, mechanic, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Whitis John (Roxie) teacher, h 505 Lindsay 
Whitis Mose (Martha) brick-mason, h 903 e Market 
Whitis Sallie, cook, h rear 300. n Gilmer 

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DIRECTORY— COLORED. 157 

Whitis Wm, porter, h 1012 s Ashe 

Whitsett Dora, nurse, h 118 Smith 

Whitsett Dora, cook, h 135 Smith 

Whitsett Eliza, cook, h 438 Church 

Whitsett Mary, nurse, h 316 s Ashe 

Whitsett Minnie, nurse, h 135 Smith 

Whitsett Vinie, cook, h 640 Chestnut 

Wiley, Jacob (Hettie) farm hand, h 826 s Cedar 

Wiley Noble, servant, h 826 s Cedar 

Williams Addie, washer, h 1007 s Ashe 

Williams Albert T, grocer, h 441 e Washington 

Williams Alice, h 163 w McCulloch 

Williams Alice, cook, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Williams Alice, cook, h 234 Belle Meade Ave 

Williams Alpheus E, lab, 626 Lindsay 

Williams and McLoud, grocers, 801 s Ashe 

Williams Chas A, lab, h rear 531 s Elm 

Williams Cornelia, cook, h 214 e Market 

Williams E B, barber, 123 s Elm, h ion s Ashe 

Williams Henry, tob fact emp, h 1007 s Ashe 

Williams Henry (Lucinda) painter, h 344 w Whittington 

Williams Jacob (Mirinda) lab, h 626 Lindsay 

Williams J S, teacher, h 163 w McCulloch 

Williams Minta, cook, h 611 Gorrell 

Williams Sarah H, seamstress, h 223 Maple 

Williams Sidney, lab, h 458 Cole 

Williams Susie, cook, 427 Walker Ave 

Williams Thomas, servant, h 400 Asheboro 

Williams Z T (Maggie) porter So Ry, h 729 s Ashe 

Williamson Cora, cook, h rear 433 e Washington 

Williamson Font S (Nannie) lalD, h 28 e Market, Jonesboro 

Williamson Madison, driver, h 166 w McCulloch 

Willis Geo (Lydie) lab, h 153 s Gilmer 

Wilson , tob fact emp, h 120 Boon 

Wilson Addie, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Wilson Adolphus (Isabella) bricklayer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Wilson Bettie, cook, h 412 e Lee 

Wilson Chas (Nancy) farmer, h s Ashe, bey lims 

Wilson Eliza, cook, h 318 e Bragg- 

Wilson Emma, h 204 s Forbis 

Wilson Hannah, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Wilson Harriet, cook, h 221 Church 

Wilson Hattie, h 608 Lindsay 



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Wilson Henry, wks Leak Bros & Hasten 

Wilson Isabella, servant, h 203 s Eugene 

Wilson Jno, lab, li rear 441 e Washington 

Wilson Jno, tob fact emp, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Wilson Lodie, washer, h Warnersville, bey lims 

Wilson IvUcinda, wid, h 622 Lindsay 

Wilson Nettie, h 622 Lindsay 

Winchester Ada, h 874 s Cedar 

Winchester Delia, cook, h 209 e Market 

Winchester Martha, cook, h nr cor Lindsay and Maple 

Winchester Mary, wks Normal, h 874 s Cedar 

Winstead Esther, cook, h nr cor Washington and Forbis 

Wiseman Frances, cook, 337 s Davie 

Witherspoon Annie, h nr cor Dodson and Mebane 

Witherspoon Lillie, h 214 e Gaston 

Witherspoon Rev Sidney, pastor Providence Baptist Church, 

h 1055 e Market 
Womack Amanda, nurse, h 715 w Delphine 
Womack Berta, cook, h 715 w Delphine 
Womack Bertha, cook, h 130 Price 
Womack Dock, lab, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Womack Fannie, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Womack Jacob (Kate) drayman, h 715 w Delphine 
Womack Julia, washer, h s Ashe, bey lims 
Womble Chas, porter, h 225 n Percy 
Womble Graham (Emma) lab, h 2023 Bennett 
Womble Jane, wid, h 421 Cole 
Womble Jno, brickyard emp, h 608 s Spring 
Woodley Green, brickyard emp, h 205 n Percy 
Woods Geo (Julia A) mechanic, h Jacksonville 
Woods Henry (Emma) lab, h 933 w McCulloch 
Woods James (Nina) h 933 w McCulloch 
Woods Lystra, servant, h 933 w McCulloch 
Woods L W (A L) barber shop, 120 s Elm, h 233 Mebane 
Woods Wm (Alice) depot hand, h 809 s Cedar 
Woodward Angelette, cook, h 735 Pearson 
Wooten Alex, brickyard emp, h 427 Cole 
Wooten Thomas (Eliza) engineer, h 839 Vance 
Wooten Wm', porter, r 219)^ s Elm 
Worth Alex (Lizzie) h 15 e Market, Jonesboro 
Wright Emory, hostler, r 113 e Depot 
Wright Geo, painter, h 1033 College Ave 
Wright Gertrude, cook, h 105 n Davie 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 



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Wright Jesse, depot hand, h 243 e Gaston 
Wright lycwis (lyizzie) hotel waiter, h 226 e Gaston 
Wright Nathaniel (Zilphie) lab, h 1033 College Ave 
Yancey D B (Mary E) meats, stall 2 city market, h 172 w 

McCulloch 
Yancey Mary, h 201 n Percy 
Yancey Robt, brickyard emp, h 206 n Gilmer 
Yates Berta, washer, h 236 n Percy 
Yates B M (Dillie B) carpenter, h 421 Cole 
Yates Charity, wid, washer, h 236 n Percy 
Yates Wm (Matilda) tin shop, 202 w Market, h 415 

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Yose Claudia, h 229 e Sycamore 
Young Emma, washer, h 615 e Market 
Young Joseph (Charity) lab, h 310 n Gilmer 
Young Julia, washer, h 1007 s Ashe 
Young Mary, nurse, h 320 n Percy 
Young Minnie, nurse, h 310 n Gilmer 
Zion riethodist Church, Rev W A Peggans, pastor, 447 e 

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DIRECTORY— COMMERCIAL. i6i 

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Commercial Directory, 



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A Classified List of All Professions, Manufactures, 
Trades and Pursuits in the City of Greens- 
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Arranged, Thus Exhibiting the Full 
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Agricultural Implements and Building flaterial. 

Wharton J W, 324 s Elm 

Architect. 

Mitchem EC, 104 n Elm 

Attorneys at Law. 

Barringer Jno A, 113 Court Square 
Boyd Jas E, 102 Court Square 
Bynum & Bynum, 106 Court Square 
Caldwell J S, 108 n Elm 
Dillard J H, 100 Court Square 
Douglas R M, 115 s Elm 
Gilmer Jno A, 108 n Elm 
King R R, TOO Court Square 
Morehead J T, 1045^ ^ Elm 
Schenck & Schenck, 112 n Elm 
Scott Levi M, III Court Square 
Shaw & Scales, 117 Court Square 
Staples Jno N, 104 Court Square 
Wilson Jno N, 104^ n Elm 

illlllOIlQ UreS/Hl XjOLIOH, saUsfac^tory money refunded. Sold 
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Bakeries. 

Clegg h Iv, 358 s Elm 
O'Connor Jno, iii s Elm 

Banks. 

Bank of Guilford, 212 s Elm 
Greensboro National Bank, 235 s Elm 
People's Five Cent Savings Bank, 115 s Elm 
Piedmont Bank, 119 s Elm 

Barber Shops. 

Coble & Bird, 311 s Elm 
Dame I L, 506 s Elm 
Emerson J W, 123 s Elm 
Gilmer Alex, 346 s Elm 
Ingram Giles, 360 s Elm 
Payne & Graham, 319 s Elm 
Woods E W, 120 s Elm 

Bed Springs. 

Indestructible Bed Spring Co, i20}4 e Market 
Eachlin A, 106 s Davie 

Bicycles. 
Daniel Hardware Co, 223 s Elm 
Newell M G, 337 s Elm 
Webster Supply Co, 521 s Elm 

Blacksmith Shops. 

Carl D W & Son, 215 e Sycamore 
Fletcher Paul, col, 546 s Ashe 
James Hennis, me Sycamore 
Lewis & Huff, 228 and 230 s Davie 
St Sing G W, 226 s Davie 
Yost C W, 122 and 124 Lewis 

Boarding Houses. 

Black Jane, col, 206 Market Square 
Brown Mrs N A, 414 n Elm 
Bullock S B, col, 218 Market Square 
Cooper Thomas, 205 w Washington 
Crutchfaeld Mrs Hattie J, 214 Buchanan 
Dilworth Mrs S W, 202 e Market 
Ellis Mrs Lily, 115 w Market 
Hamner Miss Lucy, 327 s Davie 
Monroe Mrs Sarah A, 124 Buchanan 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 



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DIRECTORY— COMMERCIAL. 163 

Payne Mrs M A, 127 Church 
Pembertoti Mrs W B, 335 s Elm 
Piedmont House, col, 358^ s Elm 
Ridge Mrs M F, 224 s Ashe 
Sharp Mrs Rebecca, 202 s Ashe 
Transit House, 301 s Elm 
Watlington Mrs E C, 356 s Elm 
Weaver Mrs A A, 230 s Ashe 
Winstead Mrs M A, 404 w Market 

Brewing Co. 

Robt Portner Brewing Co., 119 Buchanan 
Books and Stationery. 

Greensboro Book Store, 116 s Elm 
Wharton Bros, 224 s Elm 

Brickyards. 
Dean James, col, Bennett st 

Greensboro Brick and Tiling Co, office 301 Walker Ave 
Kirkpatrick D A, 909 n Greene 
Watson W A, Summit Ave nr Hendrix 

Brokers, Merchandise and Provision. 

Donnell J R, 220 e Eee 

Hendrix E M, cor Hendrix and Chestnut 

Buggies. 

Newell M G, 2>37 s Elm 
Tatum & Taylor, 115 e Depot 

Buggy and Carriage Works. 

Eewis & Huff, 228 and 230 s Davie 
Ray & Peeples, 523 s Elm 

Building Material flanufacturers. 

Cape Fear Manufacturing Co, 209 and 211 Lewis 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Co, 200-204 Lewis 
Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Co, 524-532 s Ashe 

Cigar Manufacturer. 

Bostine WE, 218 Lewis 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor. 

Peirce Frank A, 112 n Elm 

Clotiiing. 

Fishblate E R, 230 s Elm 

Have your Prescriptions Filled ^'^^oAkDNER. 

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Matthews, Chisholm & Stroud, 300 s Elm 
Sanders Ellis, col, 224 s Davie 
Vanstory C ]M & Co, 236 and 238 s Elm 
Weinstein Joseph, 330 s Elm 

Coal. 
Cunningham Bros, no Depot 

Greensboro Ice and Coal Co, cor C F & Y V and So Ry 
Matthews F A, nr cor Asheboro and Gorrell 

Confectionery. 

Andrews Chas L, 228 s Elm 
g'' 5 I Clegg E L, 358 s Elm 
3 if [ West J H, 304 and 306 s Elm 

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£ J)' Woodroffe Thos, ^01 Walker Ave 

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W i Cotton riannfacturers. 

Hucomuga ^Nlills, nr cor Whittington and Ashe 
Proximity ^Manufacturing Co, n of city, nr So Ry 

Crockery. 

Caldcleugh E M & Bro, 219 s Elm 
McDufhe, N J, 227 s Elm 

Dentists. 
Griffith Dr J W, 225 >< s Elm 
Robertson Dr R F, loi >^ e ^^larket 
Rowe Dr W W, loi }^ e Market 
WTiitsett Dr G W, 106 >^ s Elm 
*Wyche Dr J E, 1133-2 s Elm 

Dray Line. 

Cunningham Bros, no Depot 

Matthews F A, nr cor Asheboro and Gorrell 

Druggists. 

Callum Drug Co, 340 s Elm 

Holton C E, 303 s Elm 

Richardson &. Fariss, 121 s Elm 

Smith & Gardner, 100 s Elm 

South Greensboro Pharmacy, 420 Asheboro 

Ward Gaston W, 108 s Elm 

Dry Goods and Notions. 

Blumenfeld H, 114 w IMarket 

New River Steam Coal-Best in the south. For prices, see 
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Brown Sample Mercantile Co, 225 s Elm 

Cox-Ferree Dr}^ Goods Co, 234 s Elm 

Fortune R G & Co, 328 s Elm 

Hendrix James M & Co, 221 s Elm 

Johnson & Dorsett, 206 and 208 s Elm 

Moore W S, .123 e Market 

Morris & Co, 318 s Elm 

New York Bazaar, now Tvlarket 

Pretzfelder Dry Goods and Shoe Co, 210 s Elm 

Royster G H, 118 s Elm 

Scott J W & Co (wholesale) 240 s Elm 

Thacker & Brockmann, 232 s Elm 

Export and Commission Co. 

Cone Export and Commission Co, 233 s Elm 

Express Co. 
Southern Express Co, 334 s Elm 

Farmers' and Builders' Supplies. 
Stratford WO, 225 s Davie 

Finishing Cotton Goods. 
Southern Finishing and Warehouse Co, 2nd st, Coneville 

Fish. 
Howell D, col, stall 8 city market 

Foundries. 

Eagle Foundry, 522 s Elm 
Glascock G T & Son, 208-212 Lewis 
Sergeant IManufacturing Co, 328 e Washington 

Furniture. 

Caldcleugh E ^I & Bro, 219 s Elm 
Forbis W R & Co, 118 and 120 e Market 
McDuffie N J, 227 s Elm 
Smith C A & F F, 324 s Elm 

Furniture Hanufacturers. 

Greensboro Furniture ■Manufacturing Co, 451 Morehead 
Ave 

General flerchandise. 
Jones Jno W, 339 s Elm 
Phipps J H, 500 Asheboro 
Rankin J T & Bro, 518 s Elm 
Vuncanon & Co, 528 s Elm 

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General Repair. 

Coleman J H, io8 Court Square 
Ivcdford George, 104 s Davie 

Granite. 

Mount Airy Granite Co, office 301 Walker Ave 

Grocers. 
Aiken & Clapp, 200 and 202 s Davie 
Alverson J D, 1037 College Ave 
Bennett W P, 601 e Gaston 
Brown C S, 606 e Washington 
Denny G W, me Market 
Doak T G, col, 1034 s Ashe 
Diiffy L E, 902 Spring Garden 
Fentress F S, s Ashe, bey lims 
Hay den J S, 119 s Davie 
Hiatt & Lamb, 510 s Elm 
Hodgin, Pegram & Co, 516 s Elm 
Holladay & Hepler, 227 Lewis 

Holley W E, col, 362 s Elm and 13 e Market, Jonesboro 
Houston & Bro, 215 s Elm 
Hudson S E, 513 s Elm 
Hunter Henry, 122 and 124 s Davie 
Jones I E, 115 Lewis 
Jones Jacob, col, 601 e Market 
Jones J W, 112 w Market 
Keeling J L, 342 s Elm 
Keeling S P, 201 s Elm 
Kivett W S, 352 s Elm and 524 s Elm 
Landreth J W, 806 e Market 
McCracken R A, 637 Asheboro 
McGirt James, col, 1045 ^ Ashe 
McLean T G, 422 Asheboro 

Mebane W G & Co (wholesale) no and 112 Lewis 
Merchants Grocery Co (wholesale) 320 and 322 s Elm 
Morehead James J, col, 107 n Davie 
Morrison Robert, 218 Lewis 
Olive J C & Co (wholesale) 408 s Elm • 
Pearce O F, 366 s Elm 
Pickard T M & Co, loi and 103 e Market 
Pugh J W, 219 Church 
Scarborough S W, 218 w Market 
Scott J W & Co (wholesale and retail) 242 s Elm 



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DIRECTORY— COMMERCIAL. 167 

Sharp James M, 1057 e Washington 
Thomas D E, 125 s Davie 
Troxler J F, cor McCulloch and Ashe 
Tucker & Erwin, 515 s Ehn 
Vuncanon & Co, 528 s Elm 
Ware T D, 921 e Market 
Washburn R C, 526 s Elm 
Williams & McLoud, 801 s Ashe 
Workman & Chrismon, 100 n Davie 
Wray A C, Magnolia, Coneville 

Handle Factories. 

Merrimon B H, 420 w Delphine 

Hardware. 

Daniel Hardware Co, 223 s Elm 

Odell Hardware Co (wholesale and retail) 323 and 325 s 

Elm 
Wakefield Hardware Co, 229 s Elm 

Harness. 

Harris J H, 217 s Elm 

Hotels. 

Benbow House, i20j^ and 122 s Elm 
McAdoo House, 307 s Elm 

Ice. 

Greensboro Ice and Coal Co, cor C F & Y V and So Ry 

Ice Cream. 

Andrews Chas E, 228 s Elm 
Brodnax J W, col, 603 e Gaston 
Brown & Hunter, col, 505 e Market 
West J H, 304 and 306 s Elm 

Insurance. 

Carr O W & Co, 233^ s Elm 

Glenn James D, 118 w Market 

Glenn R G, 108 s Elm 

Jones J S, mgr for N C Provident Savings Eife Assurance 

Society, 129 s Elm 
Eife Insurance Co of Va, 1191^ s Elm 
Martin Harry C, 125 s Elm 
Southern Stock Mutual Insurance Co, 115 Court Square 

Iron. 

Greensboro Furnace Co, 2nd st, Coneville 



Harry C. Martin, Fire Insurance Agent. 



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Jewelers and Watchmakers. 

Allred J C, 108 Fayetteville 
Farrar W B & Son, 102 s Elm 
Schiffman Jewelry Co, 326 s Elm 
Siler N'J, 109 e Market 
Staley A P, 125 s Elm 
Thornton J J, 114 s Elm 

Job Printing. 

Reece & Elam, 222 s Elm 
Stone Jos J, 120 w Market 
Thomas C F, 125 s Elm 

Justices of the Peace. 

Keith FN, 104 n Elm 
Pritchett Jno A, no n Elm 

Landscape Gardener. 

Ware T D, 921 e Market ^ 

Laundries. 

Greensboro Steam Eaundry, in and 113 w Market 
Eee Joe, 107 e Market 

Light. 

Greensboro Gas and Electric Light Co, 115 n Elm and 
118-120 n Forbis 

Liniment. 

Goose Grease Liniment Co, 105 e Market 
Tar Heel Chemical Co, 125 s Elm 

Liquor, Opium and Tobacco Cure. 

Keeley Institute, 100 yi s Elm 

Liquor Rectifier. 

Barker John, 109 Court Square 

Livery Stables. 

Mendenhall, Aaron, 348 s Elm 
Tatum & Taylor, 113 e Depot 
Thomas Rank, s Davie bet Washington and Depot and 313 

s Elm 
Vanstory C P, 114 and 116 s Davie 

Lounges and flattresses. 

Piedmont Excelsior Co, 620 e Washington 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

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Brooks R W, 123 Lewis 
Love Wm, 520 s Ashe 

Lumber Manufacturers. 

Cape Fear Manufacturing Co, 209 and 211 Lewis 
Greensboro Sash and Blind Co, 200-204 Lewis 
Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Co, 524-532 s Ashe 

riarble. 

Neese J H, 113 and 115 e Sycamore 

Robertson Sam'l, 108 n Greene • i o' S? 

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Armour Packing Co, 113 Buchanan 
Jones Wm J, col, stall 4, city market 
McDowell J E, stall i, city market 

Phoenix J J, 210, 212 and 214 s Davie, stall 3, city market 
Wray A C, Magnolia, Coneville 
Yancey D B, stall 2, city market og 

nillinery and Ladies Notions. ; ^ 

Cator Mrs AS, 112 s Elm 
Hamner Miss Rosa, 107 w INIarket 
Omohundro Mrs E H, 105 w Market 
Weatherly Mrs N C, 109 w Market 

riusic, Stationery and Notions, 

Smithdeal L A, 226 s Elm 

Newspapers, Periodicals, Etc. 

Daily Record, 222 s Elm 

Greensboro Patriot, 220 s Elm tj 

Guilford Herald, 302 s Elm g< 

North Carolina Christian Advocate, 120 w INIarket 

Our Church Record, 225^ s Elm 

Nurseries. 

Greensboro Nursery,- 228 s Elm 
Greensboro Seed and Plant Co, 228 s Elm 
Lindley J Van, Pomona, 2 miles west of city 

Oil. 

Hayes W A, 309 Church 

Opticians. 

Farrar W B & Son, 102 s Elm 



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Schiffman Jewelry Co, 326 s Elm 

Painter and Bill Poster, 

Cliaffin A P, 106 s Davie 

Photographers. 

Alderman S L,, no s Elm 
Brown & Eeonard, 515^ s Elm 
White Robt G, 1083^ w Market 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Beall Dr W P, 117 Court Square 
Brodnax Dr J G, -207 w Market 
Bullock Dr James, col, 2005 Bennett 
Dellinger Dr Elmer, col,. 225 Mebane 
Gerran Dr G A, col, t,2iS e Market 
Grayson Dr C W, 735 e Washington 
Gregory Dr R K, 406 n Greene 
Hays Dr J M, 1191^ s Elm 
Hughes Dr W H, col, 117 e Market 
Logan Dr J E, 320 w Market 
Marley Dr H B, 508 Asheboro 
Michaux Dr E R, 22S}4 s Elm 
Moore Dr W H, col, 119 e Market 
Richardson Dr W J, 129 s Elm 
Schenck Dr D R, 311 n Edgeworth 
Tate Dr R W, ii9>< s Elm 
Williams Dr J M, 910 e Market 
Wilson Dr A R, 2253^ s Elm 

Pianos and Organs. 

Crumley H J, 116 w Market 
Moore W S, 123 e Market 
Wright Jno B, 104 s Elm 

Plumbing, 

Ireland C H, 321 s Elm 

Pool and Billiards. 

Enquire J A, 305 s Elm 

Produce. 

Hunter Henry, 122 and 124 s Davie 
Phoenix J J, 210, 212 and 214 s Davie 

Produce and Commission. 

Clegg W F & Bro, 364 s Elm 
Giles J A, cor s Elm and So Ry 



Cunningham Bros. Coal and Wood. 

'Phone No. 8. 



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DIRECTORY— COMMERCIAL 171 

Real Estate. 

Greensboro Security and Investment Co, 112 n Elm 
Laud W R & Co, ii9>4 s Elm 
McAdoo W D, 309)^. s Elm 

Restaurant. 

Clegg's European and American House, 368 s Elm 

Roller Mill. 
North & Watson, nr cor Walker Ave and s Cedar 

Saloons. 
Benbow House Bar, 122 s Elm 
Collins & Cantieri, 329 s Elm 
Fields F M, 501 s Elm 
Gorrell R P, 341 s Elm 
McCauley S J, 410 s Elm 
Newcomb. E G, 231 s Elm 
Snell F V, 334 s Elm 
West E G, 327 s Elm 

Schools and Colleges. 
Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race, 

212 n Dodson 
Bennett College, e Washington beyond Macon 
Brockmann School of Music, 116^ w Market 
Greensboro Business College, 112 and 114 e Market 
Greensboro Female College, 813-825 w Market 
Guilford College, six miles west of city 
State Normal and Industrial School, Spring Garden nr lims 

Sewing riachlnes. 

Collins D H, 217 s Elm 

Singer Manufacturing Co, 103 w Market 

Shoemakers. 

Allred & Thompson, 502 s Elm 
Donnell Jno, col, no n Greene 
Files J A, 102 n Davie 
Jones & Welborn, col, 118 e Sycamore 
Morehead James J, col, 107 n Davie 
Murphy & Jennings, col, 607 e Market 
Orzali Jno, 102 s Elm 
Saunders J H, 113 s Elm 

Shoes. 
Darden E A, 216 s Elm 

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Hendrix James M & Co, 221 s Elm 
Hunter Henry, 122 and 124 s Davie 
Pretzfelder Dry Goods and Shoe Co, 210 s Elm 
Thacker & Brockmann, 232 s Elm 

Spokes, &c. 

Greensboro Spoke and Bending Works, 506 s Ashe 

Staves, Heads, &c. 
Brooks Manufacturing Co, 205 and 207 w Bragg 

Stock Exchange. 
Greensboro Stock Exchange, 234^ s Elm 

Supply House. 
Webster Supply Co, 521 s Elm 

Taiiors. 

Cartland H H, 106 s Elm 
Hughes J M, 206 s Davie 
Ruben BE, 126 s Elm 
Wise David, 234^4 s Elm 

Tea Importer. 

Morse L, 118 w Market 

Telegraph. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, 114 s Elm 

Telephone. 

Greensboro Telephone Exchange, i20j^ e Market 

Terra Cotta. 

Pomona Terra Cotta Co, Pomona, 2 miles west of city 

Tinshop. 

Yates Wm, 202 w Market 

Tobacco (Leaf). 
Berger H C & Co, 112 and 114 Fayetteville 
Bevill & Walker, 120 and 122 n Elm 
Bray Bros, 246 and 248 Belle Meade Ave 
Cobb J S & Co, 245 n Greene 
Greensboro Leaf Department American Tobacco Co, 121 n 

Greene 
Jordan J F & Co, 344 and 344)^ s Davie 
Minor & Mitchell, 229 and 231 Belle Meade Ave 
Stone W E & Co, 226 and 228 Belle Meade Ave 
Whitt J H & Co, 313 n Greene 

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DIRECTORY— COMMERCIAL. i73 




Tobacco Manufacturers. 


King J Iv & Co, 221 and 223 Buchanan 

Ivca & Tate, 301 n Greene 

Leak Bros & Hasten, 209 and 211 Buchanan 

Patterson Tobacco Works, 221 and 223 Buchanan 

Stafford E J & A G, 116 n Greene 






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Banner Warehouse, 210 w Market 
Farmers' Warehouse, 241 and 242 n Greene 

Undertakers. 


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Mendenhall A, 529 Macon 
Smith C A & F F, 324 s Elm 

Verterinary Surgeon. 

Petty Dr J W, office Ho'ton's Drug Store 




Wagon Shop. 

Lewis Jno, 109 Lewis 


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Golden ED, 115 e Market 


Water. 




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Truit J W, 120 Lewis 




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...B. L. RUBEN... 

The Artistic Tailor ^ 

Has on hand 

A full line of 
Imported Woolens, 

Of all the Latest Styles prevailing for this season. 
Students, Faculty and Public will do well to call and 
examine my goods before placing orders elsewhere. 
Remember that I guaranteee everything first-class 
and at prices very low. 

B. L. RUBMN, 

S. M. Corner Beubow House, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Also Cleaning, Repairing and Dyeing 
done at short notice. 

...Qtlilford CollsQs- 

Fine drive of Six Miles from Greensboro. 
Instruction Thorough. 
Expenses Moderate. 
For Both Sexes. 

Send for 
Catalogue. 

L. L. HOBBS, President. 

TATUIV1& TAYLOR, 

Livery, Feed 

and Sales Stables. 

A Large Stock of 

Buggies, Carts, Wagons, Harness, 
Whips, Blankets, Etc. 

No. IH2, 113 & H5 Depot Street, near Southern Depot, 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 



W. E. WORTH, President. 
P. H. LAFFITEAU, Manager. 



Greensboro lee and Coal Co., 

Capacity Ice Factory 25 Tons Daily. 

Works Intersection of Southern and C. F. & Y. V. R. R. ' 

Sole Agents for Celebrated 

Southern Jellico Coal. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Ice, Coal and Wood. 

Car Loads a Specialty. 



T. J. SHAW. 
A. M. SCAI.es. 



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Sbaw S. Scales, 

Httorncss at law, 

(Breensboro, B. C 



^^ Careful attention given to Collections and all business. 



JOHN B. WRIGHT, 

104 South Elm Street. 

Zhc Bargain 

piano anb ©tgan Ibouee 

®t the South. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

I have been in the Piano and Organ 
business for several years, and have 
learned to buy at Bottom Price, and 
only add small profit and sell. By this 
I have been doubling my sales year by 
year. 

Call or write. 

Prices Guarantee! Bottom. 

JOHN B. WRIGHT, 

south Elm Street. " Grceusboro, N. C. 

JAMES D. GLENN, 
General Insurance Agency. 

jfite, %ifc anb 
Hccibent Unsurance. 

None but Reliable Companies Represented. 

Office, 118 West Market Street, 
Odd Fellows' Building. 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 



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Trustees elected by the Presbyteries of 
North and South Carolina, Georgia and 
Florida 

Fifty-nine years old. Endowment |i35,ooo. Plant worth $150,000. 
Library contains 11,000 volumes. Two chemical laboratories. Two 
physical laboratories. Cabinets and apparatus complete. Ten pro- 
fessors and instructors. Three courses for degrees. Y. j\I. C. A. hall 
and gymnasium. Physical culture a specialty. Location healthful 
and beautiful. 

TERIVIS IVIODKRATE. 



J. B. SHEAt^Et^, 



t»r'^ssicte'srit. 



SAM'L BROWNE CO., 



Bricklayers, Co!iti:a£tnr<^ anrt R»ilder<;. 



507 Walker Avenue, G 



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Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, l 

GREENSBORO, N. a '.,! 

Corporation Cases a Specially. • /" 






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iVIerchant Tailo^i 



And Dealer in Fine Cloths, 
Cassimers, and Gents' Furnishings 
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106S. Elm Street, 
GREENSBORO, N. C