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HADDOCK'S 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

DIKECTORY, 



General Advertiser, 

CONTAINING A GENERAL AND BUSINESS DIEECTORY OF THE 

CITY, fflSTORICAL SKETCH, STATE, COUNTY 

CITY GOVERNMENT, &c., &c. 



COMPILED BY 

T. M. Hi^DDOOK 




J, A. ENGELHAKD, STEAM POWER PEES3 PRINT, 

P. HEINSBERGEE, Publisher. 
1871. 



Enteeed according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by T. M. Haddock, 
IN THE Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



In presenting the first edition of our work to the public, we do so with the 
hope that our friends and patrons will overlook any sHght errors we may have 
committed. Those who are conversant with the toils, trials and labors incident 
to a work of this character, are well aware that perfection is impossible — the 
very nature of the work precludes the idea. The many classes to be dealt with 
in obtaining the desired information, embraces the weU informed and ignorant—; 
with the latter class we are thrown upon our own resources for the best infor- 
mation possible; at times we have been compelled to resort to the force pump 
until quite exhausted. We have endeavored to meet the want so long felt in 
our city, and have devoted our whole time, care and attention with that end in 
view, and trust that our patrons, who have been so hberal towards us, (for 
which they have our sincere thanks,) will approve our humble efforts. Our 
familiarity and experience with our first effort in this city, we trust will enable 
us to render the future editions of our work more acceptable. 

We cannot close without expressing our gratitude and renewed thanks for 
the many favors and kindnesses received from the merchants, manufacturers 
and citizens of Wilmington, so essential to the completion of our work; also to 
our patrons abroad are we indebted for their encouragement. Trusting for a 
continuance of your favors in our future efforts, and hoping wo may improve 
sufiiciently to merit the same, 

We are fraterually yours, 

T. M. HADDOCK, 

Compiler. 



aEISTERi^L INDEX. 



The City of Wilmington, N. C, Sketch 9 

Business Directory of North Carolina 29 

General Directory 41 

Government of North Carolina 240 

Government of New Hanover County 259 

Govenrment of Wilmington, N. G 260 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ACADEMIES AND SEMINABIE8. 

Academy of the Incarnation 215 

Eansom, Mrs llobert 171 

APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGI8T8. 

Green & Flanncr 181 

Lippitt, Jas W & Co 93 

Mebane, J A 189 

Wright, Dr A E 199 

ATTORNEYS. 

Abbott & CantweU. . . . , 55 

Bellamy, Marsden 55 

Hobnes, John L 75 

London, Alex T 75 

Meares, T D 43 

AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE BRO- 
KERS. 

James & Meares. 83 

BANKS. 
Dawson, James 193 

First National 189 

National Freednian's 85 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Lessman, A 187 

Mayer, CK 197 

BARBERS. 

Carraway & Cleapor 71 & 187 

Powell, BJr 185 

BOOK BINDERIES. 

Bernard. Wm H 61 

Grady. Chas 1 129 

Heinsberger, P 79 

BOOK STORES. 
Heinsberger, P, Fron Title Page & 155 

Love, John D 167 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Finkyson & Bro 121 

Shutte, Henry 179 

PRODUCE BROKERS. 

Shaw, William H 89 

BUILDERS AND BUILDING MATERIALS. 
-Bladen Land Co, outside back cov- 
er and 179 



Cape Feiir Building Co, inside back, 

cover and 153 

BUTCHERS. 

Johnson, T H & Bro 181 

King, James J 125 

Klein, Daniel 165 

Mote, TJ&Bro 199 

Bappler, George P 8 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Heyden, PH 195 

Lowery, James A 227 

CLOTHING. 

David & Weil 1 & 147 

ShrierBros 101 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Adrian & Toilers 51 

Anderson, James & Co 241 

Barker, Geo G & Co 53 

Chadbourn, James H & Co 65 

Fairly, Mclver & Co 29 

Gxi-rell & Stanaland 44 

Hart, Godfrey 243 & 93 

Kerchner, F W, outside back cover 

and 151 

Manning, SH 93 

Martin, Alfred 81 

Monroe, WM 157 

Murray, E&Co... 183 

Northrop & Cumming 81 

Spnmt & Hinson 89 

Vick & Mebane 89 

WilUams & Murchison, outside front 

cover and 115 

Worth & Worth 87 

Woody, JD 43 

COOPERS. 

Craig, WmE 81 

DOLLAR STORE. 

Keyes, H&Co 149 

DRY GOODS, ETC. 

Bear, Sol & Bros 245 

Duw.;on, John 71 

Eitiuger, Wm 103 

Fishblate & Bro 1 & 147 

Hart, Godfrey 93 

Katz, MM 149 



INDEX. 



DKY GOODS, ETC — CONTINUED. 

Louis, Davis & Co 1 

Macks, Isaac 91 & 139 

Posner, E 225 

Solomon, L & Co 101 

WeiU, B&L 209 

FERTILIZERS. 

Buie, DrD M 71 

■Carolina Fertilizer (DeEosset&Co, 

Agents) 201 

Navassa Gnano Company 95 

Kerchner, F W . . . . Outside back cover 

Fairly, Mclver & Co 44 

Mui-ray, E & Co 183 

Vick & Mebane 89 

FUBNITTJEE, PAPER HANGING AND UP- 
HOLSTERY. 

Grant & Cowau, 261 

Schutte, FA 137 

Smith, DA 47 

Zimmerman & White 211 

FOUNDRIES, IRON AND BRASS, MA- 
CHINERY. 

Hart & Bailey Ill 

Hall, Jos & Co, Kichmond, Va. . . . 127 
Tanner, Wm E & Co, Eichmond, 

Va, inside front cover and 161 

Snyder & Irby, Eichmond, Va 235 

Sei-voss, T C, Manf rs Agency 135 

GE AN ARIES. 
Cape Fear Flour and Pearl Homi- 
ny Mills, last page and 175 

GROCERS. 

Adrian & VoUers 51 

Fairly, Mclver & Co 29 

Kerchner, F W, oiitside back cov- 
er and 151 

Lewis, Thomas C 119 

Manning, S H 93 

Myers, Charles D & Co 169 

Peschau, E 7 

Eunge, G H W 165 

Stevenson, Jas C 125 

Williams & Murchison, outside front 

cover and 115 

GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. 

Craig & Perdew 157 

HARDWARE. 

Neff, AH 48 

Dawson, Teel & Henning 63 

HAIR, WIGS, BRAIDS, TOUPEES, &0. 

Wildt, William & Sou, Eichmond, 

Va 145 & 231 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 

Jfewell, GA&Co 191 



HATS, CAPS, ETC. 
Yf right, Thomas H 117 

EJDES ANDl'LEATHER. 

Falconer & Son 43 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Grant & Cowan 261 

Neft; AH 48 

HuTELS. 

Burnett House 248 

Clifford House 67 

National Hotel 77 

Purcell House 57 

Gurley House, Petersburg, Va . . . . 97 

Chiton House, Eichm'd, Va. .59 & 163 

Emory House, Weldon, N C 47 

INSURANCE COMPANIES AND AGENCIES. 

DeEosset & Co (Fire & Life) 73 

New York Life (Jno A Byrne) out- 
side front cover and pages 

219, 220 & 221 
Wilmington Life Ins Co of N C . . . 45 
Wihnington North Carohna Life. . 45 

JEWELER**. 

Brown & Anderson 55 

Wildt, Wm & Son, Eichmond, Va, 

(Hair) 145 & 231 

LAND AGENCIES. 

Bivens, WJ 123 

Brink, Ed E 130 & 131 

Price, George W, Jr 113 

LIQUOR DEALERS. 

Adrian & Vollers 51 

Brtmhild, H 181 

Mayer, Nathan 119 & 177 

Myers, Chas D & Co 167 

Peschau, E 7 

Weill, L&Co 241 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Currie, S A 141 

Pomeroy, Edward 173 

Southerland & SteagaU 247 

manufacturer's AGENCY. 

Servoss, T C 135 

marble W0RK8. 

Walker, James 183 

I MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Flanagan, L 185 

Lumsden, E A 205 

Katz, MM 149 

NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTING OFFICES. 

Morning Star and Carohna Far- 
mer (Wm H Bernard) 61 

Post (C I Grady) 105, 107 & 129 

Journal (J A Engelhard) front of 
Title Page. 

PAINTER. 

John A Parker 262 

PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERIES. 

VanOrsdell, CM 121 

Yates, CW 103 



INDEX. 



paperTstock and metals, oakum, 

AC. 

Falconer & Sou, with W J Pen- 
ton 43 

IIANO DEALERS. 

Heinsberger, P 155 

Kuivbe, Wiu & Co, Baltimore, .... 40 
POULTRY RAISERS. 

Schenck, J W, Jr 103 

RAILROADS. 

Wilmington, Char & Euth 207 

Wihiiington, Col & Augusta. . .7 & 229 

"Wilmington & Weldon 7 & 2C1 

SALOONS ASD RESTAURANTS. 

Brocket Webb 75 

Clarendon Bar (Walker Moore) ... 67 

Chfford House G7 

Burnett, RB 248 

Dew Drop Saloon (Rob't J Scarbo- 
rough) 67 

DeumeLandt, Aug 248 

Marcus, H 217 

National Saloon 99 

Wilmington Gardens 243 & 166 

Nicholas, Thos H, Richmond, Va . G9 
SAW MILLS. 

Chadbourn, Jas H & Co 65 

Colville & Taylor 65 

Kidder, Edw'd & Sons 65 

Northrop & Gumming 81 

Parsley, OG 197 



6E■^\^^'0 MACHINES. 

Florouco'(D Anderson) 239 

Singer's (G A Newell <fc Co) 191 

Grover & Baker (E A Lvunsdeu). . . 2U5 

SODA, ALE, AC. 

Kordlander, Henry 159 

8TATI0NER3. 

Heinsberger, P 155 

Love, John D 167 

STEAMSHIP LINES. 

Baltimore and Wilmington (A D 
Cazanx) 133 

STOVE AND ARCHITEOTURAIi IRON 
WORKS. 

Snyder & Irby, Richmond, Va 235 

TINWARE, STOTES, ETC., DEALERS. 

Child, Jesse 213 

Neff, AH 48 

TOBACCONISTS. 

Burkheimer, Henry 55 

Pigott, David ". 217 

UNDERTAKERS AND CABINET 
MAKERS. 

Yopp & Woolvin 199 

Harris, RL 243 



and 

Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta 

Office Gen'l Freight and Ticket Agent^ 
Wilmington, N. C, March 1, 1871. 

The Great Atlantic Coast Line 

FOZl T3i:S MOVSM££VT OF 

FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS, 

VIA 

Wilmington & Weldon 

WILMIiGTOIf, COLUMBIA f AUGUSTA RAIL ROADS 

And their various connections North & South. 

These lines offer for the transportation of Passengers First Class 
Day Coaches on all Day Lines ; Good Sleeping Cars 
on all Night Trains. 

Double Daily Schedule, on quick time, making sure and 
close connections at either terminus, and giving to NORTH BOUND" 
PASSENGERS THE SAME TRAINS FROM RICHMOND OR 
BALTIMORE, AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE, and likewise to 
SOUTHERN BOUND PASSENGERS EQUALLY QUICK TRAN- 
SIT and by the same trains from AUGUSTA, MACON, MONT- 
GOMERY and ATLANTA as by any other route. 

Through Tickets procurable at all main Stations to all points North, 
South and West. 

Special inducements offered to EMIGRANTS AND SETTLERS 
locating along the line of each road. 

Freight Tariffs — at prorated competing rates — made between all' 
Northern and Southern cities. 

Rates guaranteed. Loss, damages and overcharges promptly settled. 

Freights moved in car load quantities, NORTH or SOUTH and 
WEST from Wilmington without transfer. 

All enquiries concerning Freight and^assenger business promptly 
answered, and every possible facility of tariff and transportatioE 
offered. 

^. POPE, 

General freight and Ticket Agent. 



EDUARD PESGHAU, 

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Branch Store at LUMBERTON. N. C, 



Wash 



INGTON M-AP^KET. 



GEORGE R BAPPLER, 

NORTH SIDE MARKET STREET, 
Between 3d and 3d Streets, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 




I'he Wholesale and Retail trade suiii/iiud on the most reasonable 
terms with the choisest of MSaTS AND GAME in season. Every 
thing in the Vegetablk line to be found here. 

£^ K speciality made of supplying vessels on the most reasonable 
terms. 



THE CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. 0. 



ITS SITUATION — ORIGIN — HISTOEY — PUBLIC BUILDINGS — POETS AND 
INLETS — SUPPLIES — POPULATION — CHURCHES — SCHOOLS— CEM- 
ETERIES — CLIMATE — SOCIETIES — RAIL ROADS — COMMEBCE — 
MANUFACTORIES, &C., &G., &C. 

The city of "Wilmington, the seat of New Hanover County, and the 
largest and most flourishing of the seaports of the State, is pleasantly 
situated on the east bank of the Cape Fear river, and just opposite and 
below the confluence of its two branches, the North East and the North 
West Cape Fear. It is 28 miles from the mouth of the river, in lati- 
tude 34° 12'', longitude 67° 56', and is located on a peninsula, it 
being just about 7 miles from the city to the ocean on the east. It is 
built upon a range of high sand hills, and extends some two miles 
along the banks of the river, and above one mile back toward the 
ocean. Its streets are regularly and beautifully laid out, very nearly 
all of them running at right angles with each other, and ornamented, 
in the older localities, with beautiful shade trees, principally of oak, 
elm, sycamore, and that species known with us as the fragrant China 
tree. It has many fine residences, with ample grounds around them, 
adorned, in many instances, with rare plants. It is distant by rail, 
about 26 hours from Baltimore, and about 36 from New York. 

ITS ORIGIN. 
The original founders and the early settlers of the place were all of 
English extraction, and many of the descendants of them are to be 
found on the Cape Fear at this day. The parent settlement was the 
town of Brunswick, which was planted on the river, some sixteen miles 
below the city, at the place now known as Fort Anderson, and which 
was the scene, during the late war, of one of the most terrible bom- 



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barJmonts that has been known in the history of the Western World, 
Brunswick was settled in 1725 by Col. Maurice Moore, who received 
from the Lord Proprietors a grant of 1500 acres of land on the west 
side of the river, and who proceeded to lay off a town on its most eligi- 
ble site, which was named by him Brunswick. Here emigrants soon 
flocked — some from Carolina, others from Virginia, and' still others 
from old England. Many of them were gentlemen of culture and re- 
linomont, and among the scant records that have come down to us we 
find the ancestors of some of the most illustrious men of the Cape 
Fear region. 

In 1730 and '31 the first pioneers settled upon the lands of the Cape 
Fear on what is now the site of the present populous city. In 1733 
John Watson, James Wimble, Joshua Grainger and Michael Wiggins 
agreed to lay out a town on the site of the then ■'iliage, and a survey 
for that purpose was accordingly made. In 1735 John Watson re- 
ceived a grant for six hundred and forty acres, located on the west 
bank of the Cape Fear, and including the village, under the name of 
Newton. In 1739, through the influence of Gabriel Johnston, at that 
time the Royal Governor of the Province, the name of Newton was 
changed, by legislative enactment, to Wilmington, in honor of Spence 
Compton, Earl of Wilmington. 

From this time may be dated the real history of Wilmington^ as it 
then received its first commercial impetus. There are' no statistics to 
prove the fact, but it is evident that at the date given above the inhab- 
itants of Brunswick were fast leaving that place and settling in 
Wilmington. The act giving it its name authorized the town to send 
a member to the Lower House, and directed the Clerk and Register, 
and the Naval ofiicer and Collector, to remove from Port Brunswick to 
this place. From this date the chroniclers tell us nothing more rela- 
tive to the history of Brunswick. It is believed that it was burned by 
the British during the Revolutionary War, but that Wilmington had 
previously absorbed nearly all its inhabitants. 

HISTOEY. 
The growth of the place, from this period of the Revolution to the 
breaking out of the war between the States, was slow, yet steady. In 
1758, a period of twenty-eight 3'cars from its first settlement, there 
were only sixty owners of real estate in the town, the aggregate value 
being £6,025, or about $33,000, and four years after, in 1762, the 
population approximated but one thousand souls. 



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In September, 1761, the most violent equinoctial gale yet known 
here raged along the Cape Fear coast. It continued for four days, and 
was very disastrous in its effects. Several houses were blown over, and 
all the vessels then in the river, with but a few exceptions, were 
driven ashore. Such was the fury of the storm that the waves forced 
open a new passage from the river to the ocean, which has since be- 
come one of the highways of our commerce, and which was called 
New Inlet, the name it now bears. Previous to the period of the 
gale the peninsula in which the city is situated extended entirely to the 
mouth of the river, unbroken by any inlet to the sea, and included 
Smith's Island and Bald Head. 

On September 1st, 1764, the first newspaper ever published in this 
section of the State was issued at this place. It was called the North 
Carolina Gazette and Weekly Post Boy, and was edited and published 
by a Scot3hman named Andrew Stewart. 

North Carolina has truly and justly claimed precedence of the colo- 
nies in a Declaration of Independence, for at Charlotte, in Mecklen- 
burg County, on the 20th day of May, 1775, was drawn, signed and 
sealed, a declaration of her own independence. Yet the Cape Fear, 
as a section, must ever take precedence of North Carolina as a State. 
When, in 1765, the news was received here of the passage, by the 
British Parliament, of the famous American Stamp Act, it was bitterly 
opposed and denounced ; and when, in the following year, the British 
sloop-of-war Diligence arrived in the Cape Fear river, laden with the 
stamps, she was peremptorily refused permission to land them, and all 
intercourse with the shore was denied her. CoL John Ashe, of New 
Hanover, and Col. Hugh Waddell, of Brunswick, each with his Com- 
pany of hardy yeomanry behind him, stood at the quay at Brunswick 
to meet them. At their demand the Captain of the Diligence promised 
not to attempt to land the stamps. They then seized the enemy's boat, 
and raising a mast and a flag in it, placed 't upon a cart and proceeded 
in triumph to Wilmington. The town was rent with acclamations of 
joy, and that night the houses were illuminated. At the head of the 
people. Colonels Ashe and Waddell the next day besieged the Gover- 
nor's house, and demanded that James Houston, the Stamp Master, be 
delivered to them. Intimidated by their demands and threats. Gover- 
nor Try on complied, when Houston was conducted to the Market 
House, and, in presence or the whole people, made to swear never to 
execute the Act! 

Early in the year 1775 it was evident to the citizens of the Cape 
Pear region that war with the mother country was imminent. They 



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therefore, on June 19th of that year, organized themselves into an as- 
sociation, the avowed object of which was resistance, by arms if need 
be, to the increasing aggressions of the British government. A Com- 
mittee of Safety was appointed, and every man instinctively began to 
prepare for the struggle that all could see was rapidly approaching. 
Fort Johnson, situated at the mouth of the river, at what is now 
Smithville, and which had been built by the Province in 1745, attract- 
ed the attention of the Committee, and thus early its capture was re- 
solved upon. Josiah Martin, who had succeeded Tryon as Governor 
of the Province, becoming alarmed at the attitude of the citizens, fled 
to this fort for protection. Johnston was well armed and supplied, and 
was further protected by the gun^j of His Majesty's war vessel Cruiser, 
which lay close up to the fort. Yet, notwithstanding these facts, its 
capture was decided on, and on the 18th of July, nearly a year pre- 
vious to the National Declaration of Independence, Col. John Ashe, at 
the head of a band of trusty patriots, appeared before the works and 
demanded its surrender. Martin at once fled to his ship, and the works 
were captured and destroyed under the very guns of the British vessel. 
The most important event of the Revolutionary War, which can 
properly pertain to the Wilmington section, was the battle of Moore's 
Creek, which occurred about eighteen miles from the city, at a place 
where the county bridge crosses the above named stream. This battle 
was fought February 27th, 1776, between the Scotch Tories, under 
Brigadier-General McDonald, and a much smaller body of the patriot 
Whigs, under Colonels Lillington and Caswell. The Tories were on 
their way to this place, to effect a junction with Sir Peter Parker and 
Major-General Sir Henry Clinton, who arrived in the Cape Fear, with 
a military and naval armament, on the 18th April, 1776. They were 
completely routed, with the loss of many oflicers and men, arras, ac- 
coutrements, &c. The victory was important in that it broke up an in- 
tended British campaign in North Carolina. Sorely disappointed at 
the result, Clinton, despairing of obtaining a foothold in the Cape Fear 
section, after landing with a portion of his troops^ and devastating a 
part of Brunswick County, re-embarked and sailed for Charleston on 
the 4th of Juno. 

From the close of the Revolution is to be dated a long era of peace 
and prosperity for the inhabitants of the little town of Wilmington. 
Commerce and industrial pursuits revived, and soon wealth began to 
reward earnest labor. The society, too, of the Cape Fear was not one 
of its least charms. Men of culture and intelligence, and many of no 



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mean order of literary merits soon flocked to the town, and in a little 
while the place had achieved a reputation for its hospitality and social 
refinement, that clings to it to this day. The following is a list of 
Members of the House of Commons, in the General Assembly of the 
State, from 1774 to 1836 when the Borough representation was 
abolished by the Convention which assembled in 1835 : 



Years. 


House of Commons. 


Years. 


House of Commous. 


1774. 


Francis Clayton, 


1805. 


J. G. Wright. 


1775. 


Cornelius Harnett. 


1806. 


J. G. Wright. 


1776. 


William Hooper. 


1807. 


J. G. Wright. 


1778. 


William Hooper. 


1808. 


J. G. Wright. 


1779. 


Wm. Hooper. 


1809. 


J. G. Wright. 


1780. 


Wm. Hooper. 


1810. 


Wm. W. Jones, 


1781. 


Wm. Hooper. 


1811. 


Wm. W. Jones. 


1782. 


Wm. Hooper. 


1812. 


Wm. W. Jones. 


1783. 


Arch'd McLean. 


1813. 


Wm. W. Jones. 


1784. 


Arch'd McLean. 


1814. 


Wm. W. Jones. 


1785. 


Arch'd McLean. 


1815. 


Wm. W. Jones. 


1786. 


Arch'd McLean. 


1816. 


Edward B. Dudley. 


1787. 


Joshua Potts. 


1817. 


Edward B. Dudley. 


1788. 


Ed«ard Jones. 


1818. 


Wm. B. Meares. 


1789. 


Edward Jones. 


1819. 


John D. Jones. 


1790. 


Edward Jones. 


1820. 


John D. Jones. 


1791. 


Edward Jones. 


1821. 


John D. Jones. 


1792. 


Joshua G. Wright. 


1822. 


John D. Jones. 


1793. 


J. G. Wright. 


1823. 


M. W. Campbell. 


1794. 


J. G. Wright. 


1824. 


Kobert H. Cowan. 


1795. 


J. G. Wright 


1825. 


Robert H. Cowan, 


1796. 


J. G. Wright. 


1826. 


Joseph A. Hill. 


1797. 


J. G. Wright. 


1827. 


Joseph A. Hill. 


1798. 


J. G. Wright. 


1828. 


John Walker. 


1799. 


J. G. Wrigbt. 


1830. 


Joseph A. Hill. 


1801. 


J. G. Wright. 


1831. 


Daniel Sherwood. 


18.02. 


J. G. Wright. 


1832. 


Daniel Sherwood. 


1803. 


J. G. Wright. 


1833. 


John D. Jones. 


1804. 


J. G. Wright. 


1834. 


Edward B. Dudley. 



The following are the Members of the General Assembly for New 
Hanover County, from 1777 to 1870-71 : 

Years. Senate. House of Oommons. 

1777. John Ashe, Alexander Lillington, Samuel Swann. 

1778. John Ashe, John Devane, Timothy Bloodwortli. 

1779. John Devane, John A. Campbell, Timothy Bloodworth. 

1780. John Devane, John A. Cami^bell, Timothy Bloodworth. 

1781. .Tohn Devane, Thomas Bloodworth, Caleb Granger. 

1782. Caleb Granger, Timothy Bloodworth, Jas. Bloodworth. 

1783. John A. Campbell, Timothy Bloodworth. Jas. Bloodworth. 

1784. John A. Campbell, Timothy Bloodworth, Jas. Bloodworth. 

1785. John A. Campbell, Jas. Bloodworth, John Pugh Williams. 

1786. John A. Campbell, Jas. B.oodworth, John Pugh Williams. 

1787. John A. Campbell, Thomas Devane, Jr., Timothy Bloodworth, 

1788. Timothy Bloodworth, John Pugh Williams, Thomas Devane. 



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Tears; 

1789. 
1791. 
1792. 
1793. 
179i. 
1795. 
1790. 
1797. 
1798. 
1799. 
1800. 
1801. 
1802. 
1803. 
180-1. 
1805. 
180(5. 
1807. 
1808. 
1809. 
1810. 
1811. 
1812. 
1813. 
1814. 
1815. 
1816. 
1817. 
1818. 
1819. 
1820. 
1821. 
1822. 
1823. 
1821. 
1825. 
1820. 
1827. 
1828. 
1829. 
1830. 
1831. 
1832. 
1833. 
1834. 
1835. 
1830. 
1838. 
1840. 
1842. 
1844. 
1840. 
1848. 
1850. 
1852. 



Timotby Bloodwortb 
Jolin A. Camphell, 
Jiilm A. Campbell, 
Jobn A. Campbell, 
William H. Hill, 
Jas. Bloodwortb, 
Jas. Bloodwortb, 
Jobn Hill, 
Jobu Hill, 
Joba Hill, 
Jobu Hill, 
Samuel Asbo, 
Samuel Asbo, 
Samuel Asbe, 
Jobu B'oodwortb, 
Jobn Hill, 
Samuel Asbo, 
Samuel Asbe, 
F. T. Bloodwortb, 
F. T. Bloodwortb, 
Tbomas Devaue, 
William Hill, 
David Jones, 
David Jones, 
David Jones, 
James Lnrkins, 
Eicbard Nixon, 
Samuel Asbe, 
M. W. Campbell, 
George Feuueil, 
George Fennell, 
M. W. Campbell, 
Tbomas Devanei, 
Tbomas Devaue, 
Tbomas Dovane, 
Tbomas Devaue, 
Tbomas Devaue, 
Thomas Devaue, 
Wm. B. Meares, 
Wm. B. Meares, 
Wm. B. Meares, 
M. W. Campbell, 
Jos. H. Lamb, 
Wm. B. Meares, 
Owen Holmes, 
L. H. Marsteller, 
Louis H. Marsteller, 
Cbarles Heury, 
Wm. S. Lark'ius, 
Wm. S. Larkius, 
Oweu Holmes, 
Wm. S. Asbe, 
Wm. S. Asbe, 
N. N. Nixou, 
James Kerr, 



II use of Commona. 

, Jobn A. Campbell, Jobn Pugb Williams. 
Jobu G. Scull, Timotby Bloodwortb. 
Tbomas Devaue, George Moore. 
Timotby Bloodwortb, James Larkins. 
Timotby Bloodwortb, James Larkins. 
David Jou'iH, Jobn Gambler Scull. 
Samuel Asbe, Alexander D. Moore. 
Samuel Asbe, Alexander D. Moore. 
Aiex. D. Moore, James Larkius. 
Tbomas Hill, Samuel Asbe. 
Alex. D. Moore, Samuel Asbe. 
Timotby Bloodwortb, Eicbard Xixon. 
Eicbard Nixon, James Larkios. 
James Fov. Fraukliu T. Bloodwortb. 
Jas. Foy,'F. T. Bloodwortb. 
Eicbard Nixon, F. T. Bloodwortb. 
Eicbard Nixon, Eoger Moore. 
Wm. W. Jones, Hinton James. 
Wm. W. Jones, Hiutou JanasB. 
Hinton James, David Jones. 
David Jones, Josepb Lamb. 
Jopopb Lamb, Jobu D. Jouc '. 
Josepb Lamb, George Fenuell. 
Geo. Fennell, Josepb Parrisb. 
Joel Parrisb, Geo. Fennell. 
Geo. Fennell, Joel Parrisb. 
Osvea Fillyaw, Joel Parrisb. 
Josepb Lamb, Ed. St. George. 
Josejjb Lamb, Jobn Bunting. 
Jos. Lamb, Jobn Bunting. 
John Walker, Abel Morgan. 
Abel Morgan, EliL. Larkins. 
Josepb Lamb, S. Sidbury. 
Stokely Sidbury, Jos. A. Hill. 
Jos. A. Hill, Jos. Lamb. 
Jos. Lamb, Wm. Watts Jones. 
Jobn Kerr, Wm. Watts Jones. 
Jobn Kerr, Wm. Watts Joncd. 
Jobu Kerr, Wm. B. Larkius. 
Wm. S. Larkins, Patrick Murpby. 
Wm. S. Larkins, Tbomas Hill. 
W^m. S. Larkins, Wm. J. Wrigbt. 
Tbomas Hill, Louis H. Marsteller. 
L. H. Marsteller, Stepbcu Eegister. 
L. H. Marsteller, Stepben Eegister. 
Cbarles Henry, Jobn E. Walker. 
Jobu E. Walker, Cbarles Henry. 
Jas. T. Miller, Evan Larkius. 
Jas. T. Miller, James Kerr. 
Jercmiab Nixon, David Mclntire. 
Jeremiab Nixon, David Mclntire. 
Edward Hall, Tbomas H. Williams. 
Tbomas H. Williams, N. N. Nixon. 
Wm. Hid, J. D. Powers. 
Eobcrt Strange, Jr., Jobn A. Corbett. 



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Years. Senate. House of Commniir!. 

1054. Owen Fennel!, Tlios. H. Williams. Dugald McMillan, 

1856. Owen Fcnceil, T. H. Tate, S. A. Holmes. 

1858. W. S. Ashe, R. K. Bryan, Geo. J. Moore. 

1860. E!i W. Hal], S. J. Person, Daniel Sliaw. 

1862. Eli W. Hall, S. J. Person, J. R. Huwes. 

1864. Eli W. Hall, S. J. Person. J. R. Hawes. 

1865. Ed. D. Hall, R. H. Cowan, J. R. Hawes. 

1866. Ed. D. Hall, R. H. Cowan, C. W. McClammy. 

1868. A. H. Galloway, (co'l)*J. C. Abbott, L. G. Estes, G. W. Price, fc) 

j C. W. McClammy, S. A. Ashe, G. Z. Frencli, 
1870. ) G. W. Price, (col'd) G. W. Mabson, (col'd) 

The laie Southern war put an end to the old time prosperity of the 
place, and drew a line of demarcation between Wilmington as it was 
and Wilmington as it is, almost as distinctly as if a new city had been 
built upon the site of the old one. Old time institutions were swept 
away by it, old theories abolished, and an entirely new one inaugura- 
ted. Pray God that it may prove as happy and as prosperous as was 
the old. 

The first overt act of war was made on the 16th day of April, 1861, 
when the forts below here, then only Caswell and Johnston, were 
seized by order of His Excellency, John W. Ellis, Governor of the 
State. The troops engaged in this undertaking were all volunteer or- 
ganizations from this city, and were as follows : Wilmington Light In- 
fantry, Capt. Wm. L. DeRosset ; Wilmington Rifle Guards, Capt. 0. 
P. Meares; German Volunteers, Capt. C. Cornehlson ; and the Cape 
Fear Light Artillery, Capt. John J. Hedrick ; all under command of 
Col, John L. Cantwell, of 22d Ptcgiment North Carolina Militia. On 
the 20th of May the Convention, which had assembled at Raleigh, 
passed the Ordinance of Secession, and shortly afterwards the Wil- 
mington companies were relieved from duty at the forts. The Wil- 
mington Light Infantry were first detached, and were sent to Federal 
(the Confederate) Point to build a battery there, which should com- 
mand New Inlet Bar. This battery was built, and was by them called 
RoUes' battery, in honor of Major C. P. Bolles, the engineer who su- 
perintended its construction. During the month of June the Rifle 
Guards and the German Volunteers were relieved by other companies, 
and were sent to. Wilmington to recruit their ranks, preparatory to en- 
tering into a regimental organization. In the meantime other compa- 
nies were being raised here for service, the ycung men of the town, 
and those from the country around here, flocking in to answer the call 
for troops. They came from all directions, and were from all classes, 

*G. Z. French elected to fill the vacancy occasioned by the election of J. V. Abbot to tbe- 
United States Senate. 



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the patriotic young men of the Cape Fear vicing with each other in the 
cagernct-s with which they took up arms at the cry of the mother 
State, until gradually the life and youth and strength of the place all 
left us to do battle in Virginia, and until, finally, old men, and women 
and children, department officers and men, speculators from abroad, 
and a fow exempts into the, in £he vernacular of the times, " bomb- 
proof" madfe up the resident population of Wilmington. 

The importance of this port, as a port, was not, it seems, lost upon 
the Confederate Government even as early as the first year of the war. 
Generals Gatlln, Anderson and French were successively placed in 
command, yet but little was done to complete the defences of the place 
until the month of November, 1862, when the lamented General W. H. 
C. Whiting was placed in command of the Department. Then, indeed, 
the work began in earnest, and Whiting, who ranked as one of ihe best 
engineers in the world, threw every energy of his mind and body into 
the work before him. The period for inaction had passed away. The 
Federal Government was already casting longing eyes towards this 
place, and there was much to be done to make us ready to receive 
them. The works at Fort Fisher, which had been commenced in 1861, 
were vigorously urged forward to completion ; Smith's Island was 
cleared, and foundations for forts laid there ; Fort Pender, at Smith- 
ville, was built, and soon the guns of Fort Anderson, first called Fort 
St. Phillip — the last great work of the defences to yield to the Federal 
hands — frowned from the heights of old Brunswick. For more than 
two years General Whiting was in command of this post, and during 
that time he worked unceasingly to complete the chain of Cape Fear 
defences. In addition to the forts we have named above, other and 
smaller batteries were planted at every available point, and obstructions 
and torpedoes lined the bed of the river. 

During the year 1864 Wilmington had become the great point 
through which intercourse could be had with the outside world, and, 
consequently, it ranked that year as the most important commercial de- 
pot in the entire Confederacy. The amount of business transacted here 
by means of the low, swift English blockade-runners was enormous, 
especially so when it is considered that the Federal Government kept 
up a close and unceasing blockade of the entire coast, by night as well 
as by day. This, however, proved totally inefficient, the daring block- 
aders, with their low, grey painted hulls, and without a light to be 
seen from stem to stern of the steamer, oftentimes running, during a dark 
night, within pistol shot of one of the grim sentinels of the coast, and 
bringing in those supplies so greatly needed by the Confederate govern- 



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menfc for a successful continuation of the war. It is greatly to be re- 
gretted that the statistics of the operations of these blockade runners 
have been lost to us, as they would furnish matter of much interest to 
all ; but from private memoranda we have been furnished with an ac- 
count, as follows, of the arrivals at this port, which is not exact, but 
which only approximates the actual number. 

From May 20th, 1863, to December 31st, 1864 250 

Prior to May 20th, 1863 15 

After December 31st, 1864 10 

Total. 285 

Notwithstanding the above facts, however, there was no demonstra- 
tion made against the place until very near the close of the year 1864. 
On December 23d, 1864, the Federal fleet appeared in the ofl&ng oppo- 
site Fort Fisher, and that night Butler's Yankee toy, a boat containing 
20,000 pounds of powder, was drifted in near the works and fired. 
The explosion was terrific, and is described by those who witnessed it 
from the fort as one of the most magnificent gratuitous displays of fire 
works that they had ever beheld. The concussion was very great, but 
no damage whatever was occasioned by it. The next day, Christmas 
Eve, the Federal war vessels, fifty-two in number, ranged themselves 
in line of battle opposite the fort, and about noon opened a most furi- 
ous bombardment. This continued for five hours, when the fleet with- 
drew. The next day the bombardment was resumed, and, under cover 
of the guns of the fleet, a force was landed and an attempt made to 
storm the fort. The heroic defenders, however, succeeded in driving 
back their assailants, and the Federal forces drew ofi", defeated and dis- 
comfited, and having expended over twenty thousand shot and shell in 
the vain endeavor to subdue the fort. The nest day the fieet sailed to 
the North. 

Yet the relief was only temporary, for, on the 13th day of January, 
1865, the Federal fieet -again and suddenly appeared before the fort in 
a threatening attitude. They had arrived stealthily, and "like a 
thief, in the night," and early in the morning succeeded in landing a 
strong force. Unfortunately Hoke's division, which had been held 
here for the defence of the post, was at that time in Wilmington, and 
when they arrived at the scene, by a forced march, found the enemy 
entrenched entirely across the peninsula, from ocean to river. General 
Whiting, who was in Wilmington at the time, hurried to the fort at 
the first news of the appearance of the enemy. About noon of the 
13th the fleet opened fire, and a bombardment even more terrific than 



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the previous one soon ensued. The deluge of shot and shell was so 
terrific that it was impossible to man some of the guns, and the ma- 
jority of the garrison were driven to 'the bomb-proofs for protection. 
From noon of the 13th until 3 o'clock of the afternoon of the 15th, 
the terrific fire was continued without intermission. At the last named 
hour the fire of the fleet was suddenly raised, and the land forces were 
discovered moving forward, in two columns, to the attack of different 
parts of the fort. One of these, moving up the line of sea beach, was 
easily repulsed, but the other, which advanced by the river front, suc- 
ceeded in entering the fort. Here, for six hours, and in an almost 
hand to hand conflict, and fighting from terrace to terrace, was the con- 
flict continued. The brave Whiting, and the gallant Col. ^Ym. Lamb, 
the commandant of the fort, were everywhere, cheering on the men by 
their presence and example, but it was in vain. Overpowered by num- 
bers the last terrace was torn from the hands of the brave defenders, 
and they were forced beyond the enclosure of the fort. They retreated 
to the batteries on the shores of New Inlet, and at midnight, there 
being no means of escape at hand. General Whiting was compelled to 
surrender his liltto band of heroes to General Terry as prisoners of 
war. Both Whiting and Lamb were badly wounded in this engage- 
ment. The latter recovered, but the gallant Whiting died on Gover- 
nor's Island, in New York harbor, where he was at the time confined 
as a prisoner of war. 

The concluding portion of the tale is soon told. Fort Fisher fell, 
and the same night Fort Caswell and the other works at the mouth of 
the river were destroyed, and their garrisons withdrawn to Fort Ander- 
son. Hoke, in the meantime, unable to succor Fort Fisher, had fallen 
back on the peninsula to within about four miles of Wilmington, where 
he strongly entrenched himself Thus, Hoke on the left and Ander- 
son on the right, succeeded in stemming the tide of invasion until, on the 
17th of February, a portion of the Federal fleet steamed up the river 
and opened fire upon Fort Anderson — Schofield, in the meantime, 
moving up from Smithville with a land force, intending to flank the 
fort. This necessitated its evacuation, and on the 19th, before day, 
the guns were spiked and the little garrison retreated on Wilmington, 
reaching the place that night. They were closely pursued, and the 
following day, about noon, a detachment of Federal troops could be 
plainly seen from the city advancing along the causeway on Eagle's 
Island. A Whitworth piece was quickly brought up, and a shell, 
fired from the head of the Market House, was sent over to welcome 
them here. When the smoke arose they had gone, but an action 
ensued between their skirmishers and our own, which was witnessed 



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by many in the city. Early on the morning of the 22d Hoke reached 
Wilmington, and a junction was effected with the troops from Fort 
Anderson. The city was then evacuated, the stores having been re- 
moved or destroyed on the previous day. The Federal troops pressed 
closely upon the heels of our ragged Confederates, who at last turned 
and thrashed them. This was in a little fight at the bridge over North 
East river, nine miles from the city, and was the last time that the 
North and the South crossed arms in the Cape Fear country. Two 
months afterwards the war had closed. 

COMMEECE. 
Wilmington has always enjoyed a good trade, and has ever been a 
public spirited, enterprising town. There are less idlers here, in pro- 
portion to the size of the place, than can be found in any Atlantic city, 
and the stirring, moving aspect of its people give it always a busy 
appearance. It has always engaged a good trade with the West India 
islands, esporting thence lumber, shingles, staves, naval stores, &c., 
and receiving in return the products of that clime. The intercourse 
with New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore has been steady and con- 
stant, there being at this time regular packet lines plying to and from 
these ports. These leave here with the various exports of the country, 
and return laden with miscellaneous merchandise for almost every want 
of everyday life. Some idea may be formed of the business of the 
place by the following 

CosiPAiJATiVE Statement cf Exports, 
Both Coastwise and For eir/n, from the port of Wilmington, N. C, for 
the years ending December olst, 1860, and December 31s<, 1870, as 
compiled from the columns of the Daily Jouknaii. 



Aeticles. 



Spirits Turpentine, bbls 
Crude Turpentine, bbis. 

Rosin, bbls 

Tar, bbls 

Pitch, bbls 

Colton, bales 

Cotton Yarn, bales 

Cotton Sheeting, bales. . 

Pea Nuts, biishels 

Lumber, P. P., feet 

Timber, P. P., feet 

Shingles 

•Staves, Cypress = 

Staves, Oak 



Coastv.'ise. 



1860. 



127,562 

52,175 

MO, 132 

43 056 

5,489 

22,851 

1,561 

1,750 

99,743 

,126,ir6 

22,600 

730,880 



94,723 



1870. 



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68,966 

12,929 

483,546 

54,090 

4,624 

51,617 

72 

547 

124,296 

515,123 

290,789 

,804,890 

482,253 



Foreign. 



1800. 



1870. 



32,889 

3,258 

26,127 

6,107 

190 

20 



9,882,078 8^378,861 
20," 

2,887, 



,000 
,870 



10,000 



85,400 
2.339.334 



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It will be seen by the above that the export of naval stores, both 
coastwise and foreign, except in one instance, has fallen off greatly du- 
ring the past decade, while, on the contrary, there has been a heavy 
increase, say about 120 per cent., in the shipments of cotton from this 
port. This is due, mainly, to the fact that during the past year, and 
in the country supplying this city, every interest was made subservient 
to the culture of cotton. Even the production of turpentine was of sec- 
ondary importance compared with the zeal with which cotton was 
planted, so that Wilmington, the greatest naval store depot in the 
world, only exported coastwise one and one-third barrels of spirits tur- 
pentine to the bale of cotton ; that is to say, the number of bales of cot- 
ton exported was 75 per cent, of the number of barrels of spirits tur- 
pentine. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Among the- public edifices, stand pre-eminent those of the City Hall 
and Thalian Hall, which are different buildings, although they present, 
together, one front on Princess street. Both of them are public prop- 
erty, and arc under the control of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. 
The City Hall building is most eligibly situated near the central portion 
of the city, and is a fine large building, built of brick, but stuccoed in 
imitation of brown stone ; is in the Corinthian style of architecture, and 
is composed of the City Hall proper above, and various ofiices be- 
low, with the guard rooms, cells, &c., in the basement. The Hall 
room is large and commodious, and is capable of holding a vast assem- 
blage. The Thalian Hall building, adjoining and connecting with that 
of the City Hall, is, in the interior, one of the most elegant structures 
to be found between Baltimore and New Orleans. The Theatre is hand- 
somely built and most tastefully ornamented. The scenery, which is in 
great variety, was once very elegant, but a constant abuse has robbed 
it of much of its original beauty. The auditorium of Thalian Hall is a 
large and comfortable one, and, in all, is capable of accommodating 
1,500 persons. 

As AYilmington is the county seat of New Hanover, the Court House 
and Jail, the latter a fine structure, are located here, while adjoining 
the city is the County Poor House and the County Work House, this 
lattei having been established since the close of the war. 

The other public buildings, other than churches, school houses, &c., 
are the City Market House, Brooklyn Market House, Custom House 
and Marine Hospital. A petition is now pending before the United 
States Congrc;ss, praying for an appropriation for the erection of a more 



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suitable building for a Post Office and Custom House, than is tbe one 
now owned by tbe government and used as such. 

CHURCHES. 
Wilmington could, with propriety, be called " The City of Churches," 
as the buildings devoted to public worship here are quite numerous. — 
Some of them are very handsome, three of these having been erected 
since the war. We do not think it at all extravagant to say that some 
of the most imposing church architecture to be found in the entire South 
may be seen in this city. These churches are filled every Sabbath with 
orderly and devout worshippers, and the stranger visiting the city is 
struck with the remarkable quiet and calm which has now become cha- 
racteristic of a Sunday in Wilmington. It is seldom that any distur- 
bance whatever occurs to interrupt the peaceful monotony which 
broods over us, relieved only by church going, a stroll to the ceme- 
teries, or an exchange of social pleasures. The Day is, indeed, with us, 
a Day of Rest, the effect of which may rightfully be attributed to the 
influence of inorality and religion, as reaching the masses through the 
numerous houses of worship with which our city is blessed. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 

There are not many, the principal being Oakdale and Pine Forest 
Cemeteries, located within the eastern limits. The former is for the 
interment of whites, and the latter for the colored people. Oakdale is 
one of the most charming spots that we have ever seen. The grounds 
were not laid off until about 15 or 16 years ago. Yet the natural ad- 
vantages of the place, aided by the great and continued care and atten- 
tion that have been bestowed upon it, has made it one of the most beau- 
tiful spots in the entire State. Art and nature have met there and 
each has vied with the other in the attractions given to the place. — 
There our dead do rest from their warfare, and there it is that the living 
repair to offer up their floral tributes to departed friends, or to wander 
through the beautiful avenues and walks to meditate upon those ways 
of God which are past finding out. This Cemetery is less than a mile 
from the central business portion of the city, • and is easily reached, 
either by a good carriage drive or else by a pleasant footpath. It is 
one of the principal attractions of the city, and strangers stopping here 
should not fail to see it. 

To the rear of Oakdale is Pine Forest Cemetery, where the dead of 
the colored people find their last home and resting place. A great 
many attempts have been made to render it beautiful, in parts, and 



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consequently there is mucb there to attract the meditr.tlve eye. Pincf 
Forest will yet prove one of the prettiest places in the 3ity. 

There is also located here a National Cemetery, in which sleep a host 
of the Union dead, while in the lower end of the city is a Potter's Field, 
where the city gives interment to those who die here as paupers, care 
being taken, in all cases, to place the proper marks to each grave for 
a possible future identification. 

RAILKOADS AND TEANSrortTATION LIKES. 
In all, Wilmington can boast of three lines of railway now in actual 
operation, afrgregating a distance of four hundred and forty-five miles, 
over which the ii-on horse speeds daily, bringing in to us the rich supplies 
of the interior. Of these the Wilmington & Weldon, one hundred and 
sixty-two miles in length, stretches along the entire seaboard route from 
Wilmington to Weldon ; the Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta (form - 
'Srly the Wilmington & Manchester) pierces one of the richest agricul- 
tural sections of South Carolina, one hundred and seventy-one miles 
distant, and with a projected line to Columbia, S. C, and from thence 
to Augusta, Ga, and the Wilmington, Charlotte & Ptutherford Rail 
Road, aiming to reach Charlotte at au early day, is now .,ompleted to 
the Pee Dee river, one hundred and twenty-six miles from this city. — 
Various lines of steamers, making daily arrivals and departures here, 
connect us with Fayette ville, one hundred an'^ twenty miles above the 
city ; and small coasting vessels ply between this port and the eastertt 
counties of the State, bringing in to us the rich grain products of the 
alluvial country, returning thence laden with merchandise purchased 
hero. The productions of the ditfcrftnt sections of country connected 
imiicdiately with Wilmington by commercial intercourse, are various. 
The pine regions extending along the entire line of the Wilmington & 
Weldon and the Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta, and for a great- 
distance ou the Wilmington, Charlotte & Rutherford Rail Roads, as 
well as the Kections traversed by the two Cape Fears and the South and 
Black rivers, is, perhaps, the richest turpentine and timber region in 
the world. From those difierent sections immense quantities of turpen- 
tine, tar, pitch, rosin, lumber and other products peculiar to a pine 
country, are obtained, and are constantly seeking and find a market 
in Wilmington, In addition, a new railway line is in contemplaiicn 
between this city and Onslow county, and running along the low lands 
of the coast and opening up rich portions of the country in this section 
that have never yet been developed. A charter has been obtained from 
the Legislature for the Wriminstcu & Onslow Rail Road, and books of 



subscription bavd been openea. The inenas or tlie enterprise pre- 
dict that trains will be running on this road before the close of the 
present year. ♦ 

FOREIGN TEADE. 
Direct intercourse with the countries of the Old World has always 
been a cherished scheme in the mercantile circles of Wilmington, but, 
with the exception of a few stray shipments, and by sailing vessels of a 
medium capacity, this has been denied them. This want is due, in a 
great measure, to the unfortunate conditioQ of our bar which, since the 
breaking out of New Inlet in 1761, has been gradually growing worse, 
the sand from the s' oals and beaches around washing into the river and 
lodging on the bars at the Inlets. In 1853 a commission appointed by 
Congress to examine into the condition of our bar and river, reported 
that when vessels drawing 19 feet formerly entered with perfect ease, it 
is now a difficult matter to navigate one drawing but 13 feet This will 
give some idea of the extent of the injui-y entailed upon our bar. Sev- 
eral efforts had been made, previous to the war, to remedy the evil, but 
a disastrous storm which occurred in 1858, nullified much of the labor 
that had been previously expended upon it. In 1870 (last year) the 
matter was again revived, and Congress was induced to appropriate 
$100,000 for a new system of operations. Col. J. H. Simpson, Corps 
of U. S. Engineers, was entrusted with the work, and Major Walter 
Griswold was sent here to superintend this construction. The work 
was begun and carried out, as far as they have yet gone, in a skillful 
and vigorous manner, and already beneficial effects are reported by the 
pilots at the mouth of the river. But the appropriation of ^1 00,000 
has been found insufficient and, unless Congress shall give further aid, 
the enterprise must be abandoned as soon as the appropriation in hand 
is expended Col. Simp on, in this District, is fully impressed with the 
necessity of a continuance of the good work, and he .and Major Griswold 
have each recently made full reports of the operations, thus far, and 
have urgently entreated of Congress to grant further aid. Should this 
be done, there is but little doubt but that the evil will be remedied and 
that, at no very distant day, Wilmington will be connected with Liver- 
pool by a regular steamship line. 

CLIMATE AND HEALTH. 
Wilmington has always been remarl able for the salubrity of its cli- 
mate, and for the gen ral good health enjoyed by all classes of its peo- 
ple The miasmas springing from the swamps and rice fields opposite 



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the city are, no doubt, deadly in their nature, yet, as they rise and seek 
to flow above the city, they are met and checked by a more prompt 
agent. The healthful qualities of the pine, as they escape with the 
smoke from our numerous mills and distilleries and steamers, meet and 
mingle with this miasma, and rob it of its power to injure. At the same 
time the many natural drains which abound from the northern to the 
southern extremities of the place, bear with them, to the river, all filthy 
and decaying substances. 

It is true that Wilmington has been visisted by epidemics, but only 
in a few isolated cases, and then, in each instance, the disease was in- 
troduced here from abroad. In 1S21, that terrible scourge, the yellow 
fever, appeared here for the first time. It was introduced by means of 
the brig John London, from some port in the West Indies. It raged with 
great violence for about sis weeks, and a large proportion of the citizens 
of the little town, then numbering only about 2,500 inhabitants, were 
swept away by it. And in the Autumn of 1862 its ravages here were 
terrible. In this instance, as in the former, it was imported from 
the West Indies, and, on this occasion, by the blockade runner Kate, 
trading between this place and Nassau. For over ten weeks it raged 
with terrible violence, and at a period, too, when it was most difficult 
to combat its effects. Medicines and provisions were both scarce and 
high in price, and the little luxuries needed for the convalescent were 
most difficult to obtain. Those of the frightened inhabitants that were 
able to do so, fled the town ; all business was abandoned, and the closed 
scores and silent streets gave the place the appearance of a deserted 
city. It was then, in that time of distress and suffering, that a few of 
the noble spirits of Wilmington rose equal to the emergency. Distri- 
buting food to the poor, medicines and attendance to the sick, consola- 
tion to the dying, and holy burial to the dead, they remained behind 
when many else had fled, and nobly fulfilled the trust they had assigned 
themselves. Some escaped, but others fell martyrs to as true heroism 
as the world has ever known. " Greater love than this hath no man, 
that a man should lay down his life for his friends." 

MADE A CITY. 

_ On the 20th day of February, 18G6, the Legislature of North Caro- 
lina passed an act incorporating Wilmington as a city. On Thursday, 
March 8th, it was accepted by the citizens at the ballot box, when A. 
II. VanBokkelen was chosen Mayor, with a Board of eight Aldermen. 
Mr. VanBokkelen has been followed, successively, by John Dawson, 
Joseph H. Neff, and the present incumbent, Silas N. Martin, who is 
now filling a second term. By a recent act of the Legislature, the 
Wards of the city were changed, both as to locality and number, there 
now being five Wards, instead of four, as provided for in the Act of In- 
corporation. Each Ward is represented by two Aldermen. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Vy^ILjVlINQTON, j^. j^.; 1870-71. 



Agricultural Implements. 

Dawson, Teel & Henning, 19 Market. 

Apothecaries. 

See Druggists. 

Architect. 

Post, James F, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 

Artists—Photographic. 

Van Orsdell. M, 36 Market. 
Yates, C W, 

Auctioneers. 

James & Meares, 8 S "Water. 
Cronley & Morris, 4 N Water. 
Hart, Godfrey, 7 Market. 
West, S M, 9 S Water. 

Bakers and Confectioners. 

Blomme, Peter, 4th, cor Eed Cross. 

Mayer, C K, 34 Market. See adv. ' 

Patton, Wm, 44i Market. 

Thorburn, R, Front, bel Dock. 

Lessman, August, 2d, bet Market and Dock. See adv. 

Banks. 

First National Bank of Wilmington, N. C, cor Front and 
Princess. 



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James Dawson, (banking bouse of,) Front, bet Market and 

Cliesuut. 
National Savings Bank, 18 Dock. 

Barbers. 

Carraway & Cleapor (c), under Purcoll House. See adv. 

Evans, Allen (c), S Front, nr Market. 

Howard, Miles (c), rear 26 N Front. 

Lane, E, 2 N Water. 

Maultsby, Anthony (c), 11 N Front. 

Powell, Buck (c), 49 Market. 

Sweat, Isam (c), Water, nr Mulberry. 

Billiard Saloons. 

Brock & Webb, S Front, bel Market. 
Neff, Joseph H, 20 S Water. 

Bitters Manufacturer. 

Wiggins, James F, Dock, bet Water and Front. 

Blacksmiths. 

Burtt, Samuel, ft of Mulberry. 
Haydon, P H, 3d, bel Princess. 

Blank Book Manufacturer; 

Heinsberger, P, 39 Market. 

Boarding Houses; 

Blumentbal, Hannah, 47 Market. 
Davis, Ann S, Front, ab Princess. 
Morrison, Amanda, Front, bel Dock. 
Pickett, Mary P, Front, cor Eed Cross. 
Pitts, Mary J, Miss, Market, bet Front and 2d. 
Quince, Maria E, Mrs, Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

Book Binders. 

Bernard, W H, Star office. 
Grady, C I, office of the Post. 
Heinsberger, P, 39 Market. 

Books and Stationery. 
LoYe, John D, 6 N Front. 



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Heinsberger, P, 39 Market. 

Boots and Shoes.' 

Aaron & Elieinstein, 25 Market. 
Bauinan, John, Market, cor 2cl. 
Bradley, James A, r 24 Market. 
Bradley, G & C, 41 Market. 
Brown, Lawrence, 3 N Water. 
French, Geo R & Son, 29 N Front. 
Shutte, Henry, Market, ab 2d. 

Bottlers. 

Groetjen, George, Castle, bet Front and 2d. 
Kordlander, Henry, Soda Waters, 4th, cor Hanover. 

BowHng Ailies. 

Neff, Joseph H, 20 S Water. 

Kline, Daniel, Wilmington Gardens. • 

Builders and Contractors. 
Cape Fear Building Co, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 
Drane, Henry M, 5th, cor Chesnut. 
Sholar, John, Market, bet 5th and 6th, 
Summerell, G M, 5th, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
Walker, James, Front, cor Walnut. See adv. 

Butchers. 

Bappler & Hintze, Market, ab 2d. 

Capp, Francis, stall 7 City Market. 

Douglass, Thomas J, stall 12 City Market. 

Davis, Wm E, stall 9 City Market. 

Gerrell & Tilley, 4th, bet Brunswick and Bladen. 

Johnson, T H & Bro, stall 5 City Market. See adv. 

King, James J, stalls 8 and 10 City Market. 

Mote, T J, stall 15 City Market. 

Pratt & Craig, stall 1 Brooklyn Market. 

Tilley, George F, stall 6 City Market. 

Carpets and Oil Cloth, 

DawsoK; John, 21 Market, 



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Carriage Builders. 

Sclienck &, Lowrey, agts for Win McCaun, Baltimore, 2(1, cor 

Princess. 
Lowi'ey, James, 3tl, cor Princess. 
Hayden, P. H, 3d, bel. Princess. 

China, Glass and Crockery- 

Hartsfield, A A, 25 N Front. 
Higbec, J S, 25 S Front. 

Cigar Manufacturer. 

Burklieimer, Washington, r bet Walnut and Mulberry. 

Civil Engineers- 
James & Brown, 2d cor Princess. 

Clothing- 
Bear, Sol & Bros, 18 Market. 
David & Weil, 27 Market. 
Munson & Co, 38 Market. 
Shrier Bros, 3 S Water. 
Brown, Lawrence, 3 S Water. 

Coal and Wood. 

Parsley, G & Co, S Water bet Dock and Orange. 
Worth & Worth, S Water, cor Mulberry. 

Commission Merchants. 

J Adrian & Vollers, S E cor Front and Dock. 

Anderson, James & Co, S Water^ bet Orange and Dock. 

Barker, G G & COj Water, cor Princess. 

Barry Bros, Water, cor Princess. 

Bass & Scott, N Water, cor Princess. 

Bowden, L H, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Camnon & Oldham, 5 S Water. 

Cantwell, Rankin & Co, S Water. 

Cazaux, A D, Water and Mulberry. 

DePtOSset & Co, 5 N Water. 

Edwards & Hall, 3 S Water. 
. Eilers, H B, 2 S Water. 

Johnson, Alex'r Jr, Water, cor Chesnut. 



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Frederick & Son, 22 N Water. 

Fairley, Mclver & Co, Water, bet Mulberry. 

Jarrellj J F & Co, cor Water and Princess. 

Harriss & Howell, Water, ab Princess. 

Hart, Godfrey, 1 Market. 

Henderson, John M, N Water. 

Keitb Edwin A, N Water. 

Kercbner, F W, 27, 28 and 39 N Water. 

Love & Blocker, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Martin, Alfred, 8 Dock. See adv. 

McKoy, Thomas H, 12 Market. 

McRary & Co, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Mitchell & Huggins, 8 and 9 N Water. 

Moffitt & Co, Water and Chesnut. 

Murray, E & Co, Water, bel Chesnut. 

Northrop & Cumming, 16 N Water. 

Oldham & Cumming, Princess, bet Front and Water. 

Petteway & Moore, Water, ab Chesnut. 

Robinson, C H, Water, ab Chesnut. 

Southerland, John B, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Sprunt & Hinson, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Turlington, Wm H, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Vick & Mebane, foot of Mulberry. 

WillardBros, Water, cor Chesnut. 

Williams, William A, Princess, bet Water and Front. 

Williams & Murchison, 6 and 7 N Water. 

Woody, John D, 37 Water. 

Worth & Worth, Water and Mulberry. 

Coach and Carriage Builders- 

Hayden, P H, 3d, bet Princss and Market. 
Lowerj, James A, 3d, cor Princess. 

Coopers- 

Craig & BasSj Water, bet Ann and Nun. 
Strausz & Rice, Surry, bet Church and Castle. 
VanBokkelen, A H, foot of Queen st. 
Edward, D, 2d, bet Market and Princess. 



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Cotton Yarns and Sheetings. 

DeRosset <fe Co, N Water. 
Willard Bros, N Water. 
Williams & Murcliison, N Water. 

Dentists. 

Baker, James D, Front, cor Ecd Cross. 

Baldwin, A L, 2d, cor Market. 

Carr, T B, 36 Market. 

Everitt, S S, Market, bot Front and 2d. 

Freeman, John H, 2d, cor Market. 

Distillers of Turpentine. 

Blossom, J E, & Evans, Water, cor Princess. 
Martin & Hallet, Dock, bot Front and 2d. 
Wilder, Jesse, Nutt, bet Hanover & Brunswick. 
Yan Bokkelen, A H, N Water. 

Dress Maksrs. 
doom, Martha F, 4tli, cor Hanover. 
Lumsden, Elsie A, Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
Kile, Julia M M, 3d, bet Princess and Market. 
Moore, Kebecca, Market, bet Front and 2d. 
Tolar, Margaret, Mrs, Front, bet Market and Princess. 
Wood, Marj A, r 3d, bet Market and Princess. 

Druggists. 
Baylor, Geo E, 4tli, cor Nun. 
Conoley, James W, 4tli, cor Campbell. 
Green & Flanner, 47 Market, and 4tli and Hanover. 
Lippitt, James W & Co, N E cor Front and Market. 
Mebano, James A, S E cor Front and Princess. 
Sclionwald, James T, Princess, nr Front. 
Wright, A E, N W cor Market and Front. 

Dry &oods. 
Aaron & Ehcinstoin, 25 Market. 
Bear, Meyer, 37 N Water. 
Bcar^ Sol & Bros, 18 Market 



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Bear & Sternberger, 45 Market. 

Birdsey, S E, 26 Market. 

Bliimentlial, S, 40 Market. 

Dawson, John, 21 Market. 

Goodman, William, 10 Market and 2 Water. 

Gottberg, Nathan, 46 Market. 

Hubert, Geo F, 39 N Water. 

Katz, M M, 36 Market. 

Levy, Soloman, 44 Market. 

Loeb & Elsbach, 41 Water. 

Lyon, Jacob, Market, cor N Watar. 

Macks, Isaac, 11 Market. 

Manning, S H, 22 and 24 N Water. 

Mclntire & French, Market, bet Front and 2d, 

Newman, D & J, 14 Market. 

Posner, E, 15 Market. 

Samson, J & H, 43 Market. 

Solomon, L & Co, 22 Market. 

Weill, B, 17 Market. 

Williams, J S, 31 N Front. 

Wronski, A & J, 61 Market. 

Fertilisers- 
Buie, Duncan M, ft of Castle. See adv. 
DeEosset & Co, N Water, above Market. 
Kerchner, F W, 27, 28 and 29 N Water. 
McEary & Co, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Navassa Guano Co, Water, ab Chesnut, 
Vick & Mebane, ft Mulberry. 
Parsley, O G <t Co, 8 S Water. 
Willard Bros, Water, ab Chesnut. 
Worth & Worth, Water, cor Mulberry. 

Fisli and Oysters - 
McCaleb, Thomas D, ft of Market. 

Florist and G-ardener- 
Lamb, Geo P Market, bel toll gate. 
Webb, Mrs H, Market. 

Flew and ^rain- 
Kelley, George H, 2d, cor Walnut. 
Mitchell & Huggins, 8 and 9 N Water, 



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Oldham, Alex, Market, bet 2a and 3d ; Front, cor Dock ; and 

Nutt, cor Mulberry. 
Oldham & Gumming, Princess, bet Front ind Water. 

Floi\r Mills. 
MitcheU & Huggins, 8 and N Water. 
Oldham, Alex, Nutt, cor Walnut. 

Fruit and Confectioners- 

Agostini, F M, 16 Maiket. 

Everett, Douglass, Water, cor Mulberry. 

Galloway, J W & Co, No 4 South Water. 

Heide, E E, S Water. 

Mayer, C R, 31 Market. 

Thorburn, E, Front, bel Dock. 

Gent's Furnishing G-oods: 
Munson & Co, 38 Market. 
David & Weil, 27 Market. 
Shrier Bros, 3 S Front. 

Furniture. 
' Schutte, Fred A, Front, bet Dock and Orange. 
Smith, D A, Front, bet Dock and Market. 
Zimmerman & White, 2d, bet Market and Dock. 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters- 
Dart, W H, Front, cor Dock. 
Mitchell, James, Princess, bet Water and Front. 

Grocers- 

' Adrian & Vollers, wholesale. Front, cor Dock. See adv. 
^Ahrens, Nicholas, 7th, cor Market. 

Agostini, F M, 16 Market. 

Bauman, John G, Front, oor Market. 
\ Bissinger, Charles, cor 6th and Princess. 
- Bloom, H H, cor 5tli and Chesnut. 

Blossom, Samuel, N E cor 7th and Castle. 

Bohling, Martin, Front, bel Castle. 
V Bremer, Henry, Front, cor Dock. 
V Bulcken, John G, Water, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 



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Cannaday, David K, 4tli, cor Church. 

Cannon & Oldham (wholesale), 5 S Water. 

Chriver, Clans, 4th5 cor Harnett. 

Cook, A B, Nun, bet 4:th and 5th. 

Cook, Absalom, 4th, cor Wooster. 

Cook, Abraham B, Nun, bet 4th and 5th. 

Metts, J I, 57 Market. 

Crotjohn, Dick, Front, cor Brunswick. 

Dosher, Diedrich, 3d, cor Walnut. 
. Deumelandt, August, 4th, cor Brunswick. 

Edwards & HaU (wholesale), 3 S Water. 

Fairley, Mclver & Co (wholesale), Water, bel Mulberry, 

Fillyaw, O M, 4th, cor Bladen. 
. Fincke, Herman, 2d, nr Market. 

French, W E, N W cor 2d and Market. 

Galloway, J W & Co, No 4 South Water. 

Gay, Henry B, 4th, cor Harnett. 

Gilbert, J F, cor Anderson and Walnut. 

Gilbert, John F, Walnut, cor 9th. 

Groetjen, Wm H, Front, cor Castle. 

Groetjen, Wm H, r Front, cor Water. 

Haar, Henry, Sr, cor 7th and Chesnut. ' 

Haar, John, Walnut, bet 2d and 3d. 

V Haar, J & H, 2d, cor Princess. 
Hall, Watson, Front, cor Church. 
Hardwick, J M, 59 Market. 
Heide, R E, 6 S Water. 

- Heins, John F, Water, bel Mulberry. 
Heins, John H, 2d, bet Market and Princess. 
Hottendorf & Hashagen, 10 S Front. 

■ Hutaf, Henry, 40 N Water. 

- Hutaf, Nicholas, 8th, cor Swann. 
Hugins, J B, 2d, cor Market. 
Jackson, Cornelius, 3d, cor Wooster. 

Kerchner, F W, (wholesale), 27, 28 and 29 N Water, 
Koch, John C, Front, cor Orange. 
Kuhl, Henry H, 6th, cor Harnett. 
Lewis, Thomas C, 8 Market. 

V Litjen, Henry, Market, cor 5th, 



Manning, E H, 22 and 24 N Water. 
~" McLaurin, Wm, c, N Front, nr Market. 

Mellis, John, Wooster, bet 7tli and 8th. 

Mohr, Christian H, 2d, nr Market. 

Mohr, G N, 5th, cor Castle. 

Muller, G C W, 4th, cor Castle. 

Myers, Chas & Co, 7 North Front. 

Myers, George (wliolesale), 11 and 13 S Front, 

Newman, Philip, Water, cor Chesnut. 
'^'Niemyer, John E, Orange, cor Gth. 

Nons, E, Anderson, nr 9th. 

O'Brien, Martin, Nntt, cor Eed Cross. 
^^Otten, D, 5th, cor Campbell. 
^ Peschau, E, 3G N Water. 

Player, Alderman & Co, 38 N Water. 
H Eeeder, Henry, Front, cor Mulberry. 
iPvulfs, John F, Nutt, cor Walnut, r 4th, nr Walnut. 
>^Eump & Meyer, 14 N Water. 

Sampson, Joseph E, 4th, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 

Sauls, Scipio, Gth, bet Hanover and Brunswick. 

Schulken, E, Front, cor Red Cross. 

Schulkeu, Engelhard, Front, cor Eed Cross. 

Schulken, Henry, 4th, cor Walnut. 

Schulkin, Martin, agt. Dock, cor Water. 

Shulken, Chas, Water, bel Mulberry. 

Sliutte, Geo L, 4th and Bladen. 

Steenken, George, 2d, cor Hanover. 
^ Steljes, Deiderick, Gth, cor Queen. 

Stevenson, James C,. Market, bel 2d. 
> Stolter, Henry, Front, cor Ann. 

Strauss, John W, 2d, bet Hanover and Brunswick.^ 

Strauss, J W, 56 N Water. 
Smith, Thomas H, 30 Market. 
Smith & Strauss, 28 S Front. 
'/^Tidjen, Charles, 3d, cor Orange. 
-^Ulrich, William, Front, cor Church. 
^VoUers, Louis, 48 Market. 
Wallace, Lewis, Market, cor 2d, and 4th, cor BruusAvick. 



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Willard Bros (wholesale), Water, cor Oliesnut. 
Williams & Murcliison (wholesale), 6 and 7 N Water. 
YTiUilagton Co-operative Store, Water, nr Mulberry. 

O-uii and locksmiths. 
Craige & Perdew, 19 S Front. 
Polly, H N, Princess, bet Front and Water. 

Hard-ware- 
Dawson^ Teel & Henning, 19 Market. 
Jacobij Nathaniel, 9 Market st. 
Nefif, A H, 19 S Front. 
Peck, George A, 15 S Front. 



Newell, George A & Co, 7 S Front. 
Topham, J S & Co, 8 S Front. 

Eats aad Oa-os. 
Wright, Thomas H, 9 N Front. 

Hides aad Lsatlisr- 
Falconer & Son, Water, nr Mulberry, 

Semay Sylills— Pearl- 
Oldham, Alexander, Nutt, cor Walnut. 

Hotds- 
Burnett House, 40| N Water. 
Clifford House, Front, bet Market and Princess. 
Farmer's House, Water, ab Mulberry. 
Cape Fear, Chesaut, bet Front and 2d. 
National, Front, bet Market and Princess. 
Purcell House, Front, bet Market and Princess. 

EousQ Furnishis^j Goods- 

Stevenson, W M, 32 Market- 

Sc3 Dsalsrs- 
Lippitt, J E & Co, Dock, nr W ater, and Front, bet Walnut 
and Mulberry. 

lasumacs Ag^sats- 
Atkinson, John Wilder, Front, ab Market. 
Barry Bros, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Byrne & Hall, Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 



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Cameron, Francis H, 6 N Water. 

Crow, J E, Priness, bet Front and 2d. 

Davis, Horatio, 2d bet Market and Princess. 

DeRosset & Co, 5 N Water. 

George E P, 4 N Water. 

James, Jolin C, Front, ab Market. 

Manning, E W, 4 N Water. 

Moore, Roger, Water, cor Cliesnut. 

Smith, William L & Co, Front, bet Market and Princess. 

Turner & Cowan, Princess bet Front and 2d. 

Wallace, Stephea D, Front, ab Market. 

Lawyers. 

Abbott & Cantwell, Princess bet Front and 2d. 

Ashe, Samuel A, 2d bet Princess and Market. 

Bellamy Marsden, 45 Market. 

Cutlar, DuBrutz, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 

Davis George, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 

Davis Junius, Princess bet Front and 2d. 

Devane, W S & D J, 20 Market. 

Empie, Adam, Princess^ bet Front and 2d. 

Empie, Willie R, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 

French, Robert S, cor Front and Princess. 

Fowler, John J, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 

Holmes, John L, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 

London, Alex T, 2d bet Market and Princess. 

London, Mauger, 2d, bet Market and Princess. 

McRee, Griffith J, 2d, nr Princess. 

Meares, P, Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

Meares, Thomas D, Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

Moore, Benjamin R, Princess, nr 3d. 

Murphy, Patrick, Princess, bet Front and Water. 

Poisson, Frederick D, Princess, between 2d and 3d. 

Smaw, Frank D, Jr, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 

Strange, Robert, Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

Waddell, H & A M, Market, nr 3d. 

Wright cl- Stedman, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 



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Leather Dealers asid Findings- 
French, George R & Son, 29 N Front. 
Newell, George A & Co, T S Front. 

Lig^Mermen- 
Lemmerman & Coney, S side, foot of Market. 
Orrell, J B, foot of Market. 

Liquor Dealers. 
Adrian & Vollers, wholesale, cor Front and Dock. 
■ Beauman, John G, Front, cor Market. 
Brunhild, H, wholesale, 2 N Water. 
Clifford, Joseph A, 13 N Front. 
Fincke, Herman, Id, nr Dock. 
Gerken, W H, agent, wholesale, 11 S Front. 
Haar, John, Walnut, bet 2d and 3d. 
Hottendorf & Hashagan, 10 S Front. 
Metts, J I, wholesale^ 57 Market. 
Mohr, Christian H, 2d, nr Market- 
Myers, Chas D & Co, 7 N Front. 
Myers, George, wholesale, 11 and 13 S E'ronL 
Neauman, Philip, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Peschau, E, wholesale, 36 N Water. 
Rump & Meyer, 15 N Water. 
Schulken, Martin, Dock, cor Water. 
Smith & Strauss, 28 S Front. 
Tietjhen, Chas, 3d, cor Orange. 
Vollers, Louis, 48 Market. 
Weil, L & Co, wholesale. Water, cor Market, 

Lumber. 
Bowden, L H, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Chadbourn, James H <S: Co, 9 Dock. 
Colville & Taylor, Nutt, foot Walnut. 
Kidder, Edward & Sons, Dock, cor Water. 
Northrop & Cumming, IG N Water. 
Parsley, G, foot of 4th, on river. 

Marble "Works. 

Walker, James, Front, cor Walnut. 

Mattress Maker. 

ThomaS; Nicholas, colored, 5th, bet Bladen and Hanover^ 



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Millinery. 

Brown, A D, S W cor Front and Market. 

Flanagan, L, 42 Market. 

Katz, M M, 36 Market. 

Lumsden, Mrs Elsie A, Front, bet Princess and Chesnnt. 

Strock, Mrs E M. S Front, nr Market. 

Walcott, Mrs Sarak V, Front bet Dawson and Woostcr. 

Musical ERstruments. 
Heinsberger, P, 39 Market. 

2^aval stores. 
Anderson, James, & Co, S Water, bet Dock and Orange. 
Martin & Hallett, Dock, bet Front and 2d. 
Neff, Joseph H, 22 S Water. 
VanBokkelen, A H, Water, ab Princess. 

^Jewspapers. 
The Journal, daily and weekly, Jos A Engelhard, editor and 

proprietor. 
The Carolina Farmer, weekly, Wm II Bernard, proprietor, R 

K Bryan, editor. 
The Post, semi-weekly, Chas I Grady, editor and proprietor. 
The Star, daily, Wm H Bernard, editor and proprietor. 

Mews and [periodical dealers. 
Daniels, Wm T, 2d, bel Market. 
Harris, R L, Front, bet Princess and Market. 

lOTotary Publics. 

Atkinson, John Wilder, Front, ab Market. 
i/Bowden, H M, at First Nat. Bank. 
■Cumming, J D, Dock, ab Water. 
Evans, Thomas, Water, cor Chesuut. 
Grainger, I B, at Banking House Jas Dawson. 
Gardner, J D, Mulberry, cor 4th. 
Holt, W N, Market, bet Front and 2d. 
Poisson, W M, Mulberry, bet 2d and 3d. 
Williams, Wm A, Princess, bet Water and Front, 
Walk-er, A K, at First Nat. Bank. 



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Painters. 

Fannin, P W, Front, Lei Orange. 
Parker, John A, 2J, cor Princess. 

Paints, Oiis and Glass. 

Hancock & Daggett, 5 Market. 

Paper Hanging and Upholsterers. 

vSchutte, Fred A, Front, bet Dock and Orange. 
Smith, D A, Front, bet Market and Dock. 
Zimmerman & White, Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

Paper Stock and Material. 

Benton, W J, Water, bel Mulberry. 
Carroll, Martin, 4th, cor Campbell. 

Photographers. 

YanOrsdell, C M, 36 Market. See adv. 
Yates, C W, 34 Market. See adv. 

Physicians. 

Anderson, E A, S E cor Front and Orange. 

Bellamy, W J H, cor Dock and Front. 

Berry, W A, r 5th, bet Market and Dock. 

Cutlar, F J, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 

Dwindle, Justin, Red Cross, cor 3d. 

Freeman, W E, Front, bet Chesuut and Mulberry, 

King, J Francis, od, bet Princess and Chesnu^. 

McDonald, A D, Planover, cor 4th. 

McRee, James F, Front, cor Ghesnut. 

Norcum, H S, Princess, opp. Court House. 

Robinson, James H, r 2d, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

Schonwald, James T. Princess, nr Front. 

Thomas, William G, Market, cor 4th. 

Winants, J E, Market, bet 6th and 7th. 

Wood, Thomas F, 47 Market. 

Wright, A E, N W cor Market and Front. 

TUnmg Mills. 
See Saw Mills. 



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Plumbing and Gas Pitting. 

Dart, ^'m H & Brother, Front, bet Dock and Orange. 
Mitchell, James H, Princess, bet Front and Water. 

Produce Brokers. 

Alderman, A, 38 N Water. 
Alderman, James, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Gore, Wm J, rear Custom House. 
Henderson, J M, 38 N Water. 
Kelley, William H, 2d, cor Walnut. 
Player, T W, 38 N Water. 
Shaw, Wm H, 22 N Water, 

Produce Dealer. 

Monroe, Wm M, 18 N Water. 

Real listato Brokers. 

Cronly & Morris, 4 N Water. 
James ct Brown, 2d, cor Princess. 
West, S M, 9 S Water. 

Restaurants. 

Deumelandt, August, 19 N Water. 

Hewlett & Forrest, Water, bet Princess and Market. 

Murray, James, Nutt, nr Ked Cross. 

Rice Mills. 

Potter, Mrs Samuel F, Point Peter. 
Savage, Henry E, 4th and Ashe. 

Rosin, Oil, Varnish, Pitch, &c, 

Martin & Hallett, Dock, bet Front and 2d. 

Saddlery. 

See Harness. 

Livery, Sale and Exchange Stables. 

Currie, S A, Princess, cor 2d. 
Pomeroy, E, Princess, bet 3d and 4th. 
Southerland & Steagall, S W 3d and Princess. 



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Sailmaker. 

Griffith, JoliD, Water, cor Dock. 

Saw Mill. 
Kidder, Edward & Sons, Dock, cor Water. 

Saw and Planing Mills. 

Chadboiirn, James H & Co, 9 Dock. 

Colville & Taylor, Niitt, ft Walnut. 

Northrop & Gumming, 16 N Water. 

Chadbourn, J H & Co, ft of Harnett and Dock, cor Water. 

Parsley, O G, Sr, 4th and Ashe. 

Sewing Machines. 

Anderson, David, genl agt Florence, 51 Market. 

Lumsden, Elsie A, Mrs, agt Grover & Baker, Front, bet 

Princess and Chesnut. 
Newell, Geo W, 7 S Front. 

Ship Builders. 

Berry, W L, Eagle Island. 
Cassidey Brothers, foot of Church. 

Shipping Merchants. 

Barker, G G & Co, Water, cor Princess. 
Barry Brothers, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Cazaux, A D, Water and Mulberry. 
DeKosset & Co, 5 N Water. 
Harriss & Howell, Water, ab Princess. 
Martin, Alfred, 8 Dock. See ady. 
Moffitt & Co, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Sprunt & Hinson, Water, cor Chesnut. 
Williams & Murchison, 6 and 7 N Water, 
Worth & Worth, Water, cor Mulberry. 

Stevadore. 

Fleet, James, Water and Dock. 

Stoves and Tin Ware» 

Childs, Jesse, Market, nr 2d. 
Neff, A H, 19 S Front. 



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Sutton, William, Front cor Princess. 

Wholesale To"bacco and Cigars. 
Brunhild, H, 2 N Water. 
Burldiimer, Henry, G Market. See adv. 
Pigott, David, 12 Market. 

Undertakers and Cabinet Makers, 

Harris, K. L, Toomer's Alley, rear Purcell House. 
Yopp & Woolvin, Princess, cor 2d. 

Upholstering and Paper Hanging. 

Scliutte, Fred A, Front, bet Dock and Orange. See advk 
Zimmerman & White, Market bet 2d and 3d. 
Smith, D A, Front bet Market and Dock. 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Bentley, E, Water, ab Mulberry. 

Brown & Anderson, 37 Market. See adv. 

Dingelhoef, M J, 55 Market. 

Honnet, Goo, 53 Market. 

Keathley, E, 7 S Front. 

Wheelwrights, 

Holmes, Duncan (c), Mulben-y, nr Water. 
Hayden, P H, 3d, ab Princess, 
Kellogg, Wm J, c, Nutt, ab Wakiut. 
Lawrey, James, 3d, cor Princess. 



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ISTortli "Water Street, 

WIlMIlif SI. I. ^. 



Dealers in Hides, Leather Furs, Wool, &c. 

We will pay the highest cash larice for Eags, Iron, Eope, Brass, 
Pewter, Copper, Lead, &c. 
A stock of Blacksmith's Iron and Tools always on Land. 

CASH ADVANCED ON CONSIGNMENTS 

J. X). AVOODY, 

iiiifliiBiiliiipiiliail 

S. E. Corner North Water and Chesnut Sts., 

o 

Cotton, Naval Stores and Country Produce. 

All business entrusted will receive strict personal attention. 
Orders solicit ed and promptly filled. 
Sales and returns made with disiDatcli. 



Ittop^g ami l^nrntdkr at Jauf, 

Market Street, between 2d and 3d Sts, 



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JOnX U. FAIRLEY, J. T. MrlVF.R, J. A. N-ICIIOLSO>I 

FAIRLEY, MclVER & CO., 

ftencral loimiuljioit flf(r([Itimti'i, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCEES, 



AND DEAnLunS I?» 



Naval Stores, Cotton, Produce, Liquors, &c., 

NORTH WATER, BELOW MULBERRY STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Consignments solicited. 



6ARRELL & STANALAND, 

S, [. Corner Waler and Princess Streel-Op Stairs, 

hm\ Immm Merchanis, 

Consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores 

and Country Produce generally is 

respectfully solicited. 

Particular attention given to the sale of Beef Cattle and Live Stock 
of every description. 

Liberal advances made on consignments. 

We have secured the services of Mr. M. U. Finlayson, -who •\^•ill bo 
pleased to see his old friends and customers. 

Kefer to : Sheriff V. V. Eichaedsox, of Culumbus Co. ; Col. L. 
A. PowET., Clinton, N. C,; E. E. Bukkuss, President of First Na- 
tional Bank, Wilmington N. C. 



WIIi!lIW«T#ll 

NOKTH CAEOLINA 



DIRECTORS: 

JOHN WILDER ATKINSON, President 

ALEXANDER JOHNSON, Jr., A. Jolinson & Co 

ISAAC B. GRAINGER, Cashier Dawson's Banking House 

GEORGE W. WILLIAMS, Williams & Murcliison 

JOHN DAWSON, .Merchant 

C. T. MURPHY, State Senator 

H. B. EILERS, Merchant 

T. H. McKOY . , Merchant 

F. W. KERCHNER, Merchant 

OFFICERS: 

JOHN WILDER ATKINSON, President 

JOHN DAWSON, Vice President 

S. D. WALLACE, Treasurer 

ALEX. JOHNSON, Jr., Secretary 

The Principal office of this Company is located in 
Wilmington, E". 0., Fo. 5 North Front Street. 

Insnre in t&e Wilmington Life Company, 

FIRST — Because it is a Home institution and makes its in- 
vestments at home. 

SECOND — It oflers every inducement afforded bj any 
other first class Company and is second to none in re- 
sponsibility. 

THIRD — It places no restriction on residence or travel in 
the Southern States, 

FOURTH — Its Policies are non-forfeitable after two years, 
and incontestible after five, except for fraud. 

FIFTH — It declares an annual dividend. 



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WW. WWAW 

MAN 

GRAND, SQl 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT 




WAREROOMS; 

No. 350 W. Baltimore St., Near Eutaw St. 

Nos. 1, 3, 5 and 7 N. Eutaw St., near Baltimore St. 

FACTORIES. 

The Knabe Piano has been awarded no less than 

I'IFTY GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS, 

the highest award over all competition at different State Fairs throughout the 
-country, besides numerous other First Premiums at different country and other 
Fairs, in competition with tlie best factories in the country. 

Wo would call special attention to our New Patent Concert Grand Pianos, 
whsch are, by the liesl jedges, acknowledged to surpass anything heretofore made. 

Our Patent Rnuare Grti ids as near an approach in power and quality of tone to 
a Full (irand Piano as can possibly be attained in a square case. 

All our Square Pianos have the full agraff^^ treble, full iron frame, double 
braced overstrung bass, and all the latest improvements. 

Special attention is called to our New Improved Upright Piano. 

By a number of iu:\\- and valuable improvements, we have entirely obivated all 
•objections heretofore urged against the Boudoir Piano, the tone being full and 
sonorous, of fine singing quality and perfectly even — the touch being easier 
than in -i.ny Square Piano, and stand in tone as well as the best Grand Piano.^ 
This style being the fashionable Piano of Europe, is fast gaining in favor in our 
^country. 

EVERY PIANO IS FULLY WARRANTED FOR F!?E YEARS, 



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D. A. SMITH, 

Dealer in, avd Manufacturer of. 



GRANITE BUILDINGS, South Front St., 



lE-MIIfei^'PHf 



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AGAI . OFFERS TO THE CITIZENS OF THE 
CAROLINAS a le; exsed and largely increased sto k 
of all the ates' ('esigus of Furniiure, at grewly re- 
iduced prices 

Bern ' inter, s ed in the mam facture 
of Furniture, and using casli as 
a basis fur all of our oper • ion , 
we can put goods in this mar 
ket at Northern j^rices. Parties 
in want of Furniture wovild do 
■well to examine our stock and 

prices. Dealers are cordially invited to examine our wholesale pric s 

and terms before purchasing. 





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WELDON, N. C. 



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This house has been recently re-opened with entire new furniture 

THROUGHOUT, THE TABLE SUPPLIED WITH EVERY DELICACY THE MARKET 

ATFORDS, and no effort will be spared to make it rank with the first class 
houses of the South. 

The traveling public are cordially invited to give ns a call. 

Polite and attentive servants will be ready to wait upon them and 
every effort made by the proprietor, personally, to render them 
comfortable. 

Proprietor. 



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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Cooking, Parlor & Office 

STOVES, 

RANGES, HEATERS, 




AND 



House Pufnisfiiog Goods 

GENERALLY; 

JRER OF 

X.::r;:.; \vi ^J \j ^xv..t-l kT:„.^ Vtse^ yk 

And sold at Manufacturers' Prices to Dealers. 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL; 

Tin and Galvanized Roofing, Spouting and 

Guttering, done in the best manner 

and on Reasonable Terms. 

Brass and Iron strainers. Dippers^ Skim- 
mers, and oilier Turpentine Dis- 
tillers' Fixtures, always 
on hand. 

Agent for FAIRBANKS' SCALES. 

19 South Front Sti-eet, 

Wilmf iiMtoa« W* ©* 



HADDOCK'S DIEECTORY, 

^ILMINQTON, J4. ;p., 



18'rO-'71. 



A. 

Aaron, David, of Aaron & Rheinstein, r Philadelphia. 

Aaron & Eheinstoin, (D. Aaron and F. Eheinstein), dry goods 
and clothing, 25 Market. 

ABBOTT, JOSEPH C, of Abbott & Cantwell, U. S. Senator, 
and President Bladen Land Company and Capo Fear 
Building Company, r Purceil House, 

ABBOTT & CANTWELL, (Joseph C. Abbott and Edward 
Cantwell), lawyers, Princess, bet Eront and Second. 
See adYo , 

Academy of the Incarnation, 4th, bet Orange and Ann. 

Adams, Geo H, P O rout agent W, & A R R, r 9th, cor 
Swann. 

Adkins, Sarah E, wid Edward N, r 4th, bet Ann and Nun^ 

ADRMN & yOLLERS,(A Adrian and H Yoll6rs),Com Mer's, 
wholesale groceries and liquors, S E cor Dock and Front. 
See adv. 

ADRMJjf, ALLRICH, of Adrian & Voliers, r 3d, bot Wal- 
nut and Red Cross. 

Agostini, F M, fraits, confectionery and groceries, 16 Mar- 
ket, r 7th, cor Dock. 

Agostini, Francis M, Jr, clerk with F M Agostini, r 7th., cor 
Dock. 

Ahrens, Benj H, r cor Market and 7tk. 

AHRENS, NICHOLAS, grocery, 7th, cor Market, 

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50 

Alderman, A, of Player, Alderman & Co, produce broker, r 
4tli, cor Mulberry. 

Alderman, Allison, clerk with Alex Oldham, r 4th, cor Mul- 
berry. 

Alderman, Ai'chie, r 5th, bet Walnut and Eed Cross 

Alderman, Cornelia, r 4th and Mulberry. 

Alderman, G F, of Player, Alderman & Co, r 2d, bet Mul- 
berry and Walnut. 

Alderman, I T, Ass't Sec'y and Treas'r Eastern Div W, C & 
E R K, r Front, cor Mulberry. 

ALDERMAN, JAMES, produce broker, Water, cor Ches- 
nut, r 2d, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 

Alderman, Senney, wid David, r Dock, bet 5th and 6th 

Alderman, W H, clerk with Player, Alderman & Co, r 4th, 
cor Mulberry. 

Alexander, J, lab with W <fe W R E. 

Alfriend, Frank H, Professor C F M Academy. 

Allen, James, mason and plasterer, r 5th, cor Dawson. 

Allen, Joseph, r 2d, bet Nunn & Church. 

Allen, Miles, Section Master W, C & R R R, r 3d, nr Harnett. 

Allen, William, r 5th, cor Dawson. 

AUen, William H, Master Transp'n East'n Div W, C & R E 

E, r 7th, bet Mulberry & Chesnut. 
*Altaffer, Gerard M, Pattern Maker with Ha»fc & Bailey, r 

cor Chesnut and McRae. 
-Altaflfer, Mary R, r Chesnut, cor McRae. 

Alway, Eliza A, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 

Anathan, Fannie, 4th, bet Chesnut and Orange. 

Anderson, Benj R, clerk Thos. H. Wright, r 9th, bet Dudley 
and Cliesnut. 

Anderson, Caroline, r 4th, bet Church and Castle. 

Anderson, Caroline H, r Orange, bet Front and 2d. 

ANDERSON, DAVID, Gen'l Agent Florence Sewing 
Machine for N C, 51 Market, r 9th, bet Dudley and 
Chesnut. 

Anderson, E A, Physician and Med Exam Wil and N C Ins 
Co, r s e Front and Orange. 

Anderson, Edwin, r Front, cor Oange. 

Anderson, Eliza, r Front, cor Dock. 



rA 
A. ADRIAN. H. VOLLERS. 

ADRIAN! YOLLSKS, 
WHOLESALE DEALERS 

AND 

Commission Merchants, 

South East Cornsr Dock and Front Streets, 

Wiimimgim, M, &. 



Constantly in store and transit large supplies of 

PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, 

Cigars aai \ki% 

Also Agents for Udolpho Wolfe's Celebrated Sclieidam 
Schnapps, Imported Wines and Liquors. 

Agents for Lippman's Great German Bitters. 
Agents for Wiggins' Pure Herb Bitters. 

Their Stock being the largest and best assorted in the 
State, Merchants will find it to their interest to supply 
themselves here. 



Aiideraou, Elizabetli, r 9th, bet Dudley and Chesuut. 

Anderson, Ellen, r Front, cor Orange. 

"Anderson, Henderson F,{c,) City Express, r Campbell, bot 3d 
and 4tli. 

Anderson, James, r 6th, bet Church and Nunn. 

ANDERSON, JAMES, of James Anderson & Co, r Orange^ 
bet Front and 2d. 

ANDERSON, JAMES & 00~(James Anderson, J Loeb and 
C Lucian Jones,) Com Mers and dealers in Naval Stores, 
South Water, bet Orange & Dock. 

Anderson, Maggie, r Mulberry, cor 7tli. 

Anderson, Mary, wid of Alex, r Princess, cor Front. 

Anderson, Nena, r 4th, bet Nunn and Ann. 

Anderson, Sarah W, r 9th, bet Dudley and Chesnut. 

Anderson, Thomas W, book-keeper, r 4th, bet Ann and 
Nunn. 

Anderson, Wm, clerk, r s e Front and Orange. 

Anderson, W J, accountant, r 4th, cor Dock. 

ANDERSON, WM S, of Brown & Anderson, r 4th, bet 
Ann and Nunn. 

Andrews, Laura, r 3d, bet Ann and Nunn. 

Andrews, Mary, r 3d, bet Ann and Nunn. 

Andrews, W S G, r 3d, bet Ann and Nunn, 

Angel, L A, operator W U Tel, r Market, bet Princess and 

Chesnut. 
-Arey, Charles R, salesman with John Dawson, r Front, nr 
Princess. 

Armstrong, Amelia, r 3d, bet Nunn and Church. 

Armstrong, Emily V, r Chesnut, cor 9th: 

Armstrong, Geo W, printer, r Chesnut, cor 9th. 

Armstrong, Herbert C, printer, at Journal office, r Chesnut, 
cor 9th. . 

Armstrong, Jane, wdd of Duncan, r 10th, nr Castle. 

Armstrong, John, bookbinder with P Heinsberger, r Ches- 
nut, cor 9th. 

Arthur, John F, printer, Journal office, r 7th, cor Princess. 

Ashe, Josephine, r 2d, bet Mulberry and Chesnut. 

ASHE, SAM'L A, lawyer, Princess, nr 3d, r 2d, bot Mul- 
berry and Chesnut. 



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GEORGE G. BARKER & 00 



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Slipi I Cgonii irU, 



Office Corner Water aM Princess 



^oiei?i^Ts i^oR THE ©^Iji:: o:e^ 

ROOKL^ITD LIME, 

A superior article, and offered at the price of ordinary Lime sold in 
this market. 

Hair, Calcined Plaster, Cement, 

XTOB.THKR3T BKICSIS, <£o., 

Constantly on hand, 

EASTERN AND NORTH RIVER HAY, 

For sale by the Cargo, Ton or Bale, 



AGENTS FOE 

The American Consolidated Fire 
EXTINGUISHER GO'S 

^^PORTiLE FIRE EniMGyiSHERS, 

This little Engine is capable of being used at any time, always ready, 
ia self-acting, and can be carried from place to place and operated by 
male or female. Subduing fires of an alarming extent in a few minutes, 
by means of Carbonic Acid Gas, projecting a liquid 25 to 40 feet, which 
choke.5 the flames almost instantly, thus avoiding the damage caused 
by large quantities of water. They are invaluable for Factories, Public 
Bnildings, Railv/ay Stations and Trains, Ships, Steamboats, Lumber 
and Slaip Xards, Say/ MtHa, Warehouses; Hotels, Storefi, Regidences, kc. 




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Ashe, Kosfi, widow Thomas, r 2d, bet Mulberry and Cliesnut, 
Ashe, Toney, r 5th, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Atkins, Eugenia B, Mrs, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 
Atkinson, John Wilder, Gen Ins Agent and Notary Public, 

Princess, bet Front and Water, r 3rd, bet Nunn aud 

Church. 
Atkinson, Thomas, Kt Eev Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese 

of N C, r Orange, bet 6th and Gth, 
Atkinson, Thomas, r 3d, bet Nunn and Church. 
Ayers, Miss, teacher Wilson Free School, r 7th, cor Nunn. 

Bagley, Sallio, cl'k, Dollar Store, r 3d, bet Nunn and EQlton. 

BAILEY, JOHN C, of Hart & Bailey, r 3d, cor Ann. 

BAILLIEPtE, C, Asst Supt Cape Fear Fibre Co, r Wi'ight, c 
Front. 

BAILLIERE, H, Sec'y and Supt Cape Fear Fibre Co, r 
Wright, cor Front. 

Baker, James D, Dentist, Front, cor Red Cross. 

Baldwin, A L, Dentist, 2d, cor Market, r 3d, nr Orange. 

BANKING HOUSE OF JAMES DAWSON, Front, bet Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Banks, Albert, cl'k with Lemmerman & Coney, Chesnut, 
bet Gth and 7th. 

Banks, Chas R, r 2d, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
•Banks, W H, Rev, c pastor Ebenezcr Baptist Church, r 
Gth, bet Queen and Wooster. 

Banks, Wellington W, clerk with Lemmerman & Coney, r 
9th, cor Rankin. 

Bappler, George P, of Bappler & Hintze, 

Bappler, John P, r river bank, foot of 4tli. 

Bappler & Hintze, (Geo P Bappler & Herman Hintze), butch- 
ers, Washington market, Market, ab 2d. 

Baptist Church, First, cor Fifth and Market, J P Hiden, 
pastor. 

Baptist Church, Ebenezer, colored, 7th, bet Orange and Ann 

Barclay, R J, upholsterer, with F A Schutte, 3d, bet Nunn 
and Church. 

Bariston, Wm, cl'k with John C Hycr, r Capo Fear House, 



55 

M, HENRY BURKHIMER, 

, ; t /' Wholesale and Rstaii Dealer in 

€i- , Siga of the "IHDIAl? OHIEF," 

' WlLMlKGimN. C. 

All orders filled with Dispatch. 

'^he oldest Tobacoo Ho^lse in Nortli Cai-olma. 

BMWWN S MMBEESQW, 

JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE, FANCY GOODS, &c., 

SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL ACES, ^r^ 

AJt tlie Old. Bta^nd-ElstaTilislied 1S33, 

WILMIlSfGTOSr, K. C. 

"Watclies, docks ancl Je^vrelx-y cax^efiilly repaii'ed..- 

T. TT. BROWN. "W. S. ANDEBSON. 



Joseph C. Abbott. Edwaed Cantwell. 

ABBOn & CANTWELL, 

Attorneys at Law and Counsellors, 

PEmOESS STREET, 
"Wiliaa.iia.grtoii, 1^. 0« 

Mat i€©a ®©lla»fj 
ATTORNEY AND GQONSELLOR AT LAW, 

No. 45 Market Street, 
■\\^ILMIN"G-TO]Sr, IN-. C. 

Will practice m State and Federal Courts. Prompt attention given' 
to tlie Collection of Claims anywliere in Nortli Carolina. 



Barker, Ann, wid DaTid, r Cftstlo, bet 4th and Gth. 

BAEKER, E GERRY, book keeper with G G Barker 6c Co, 
r Orange, cor 5tli 

BAEKER, G G & Co, (G G and Wm G Barke-r, H R Gard- 
ner), Shipping and Com Mor's, Water, cor Princess. See 
adv. 

BARKER, G G, of G G Barker & Co, r Boston, Mass. 

Barker, John A, tinner, Castle, bet 4:th and 5th. 

BARKER, WM G, of G G Barker & Co, r Boston, Mass. 

Barlow, Josejih L, book keeper with Thos C Lewis, r 9th, cor 
Market. 

Barnes, James W, gardener, 7th, cor Queen. 

Barnes, Joseph W, clerk, r 7th, cor Queen. 

Barnes, John S, tinner, with Wm Suttonj r 3d, bet Queen 
and Wooster. 

Barr, Wm, watchman at Kidder's mill, r Water, cor Dawson. 

Barratt, T S, carpenter, with W & W R R. 

BARRY BROTHERS, (R P and H M Barry), Shipping and 
Com Mers, Gen'l Ag'ts Fire and Marine Insurance and 
Lorrillard Steamship Line, Water, cor Chesnut. 

BARRY, H M, of Barry Bros, r New York. 

Barry, John, Road Master W & W R R, r 4th, bet Bruns- 
wick and Bladen. 

BARRY, R P, of Barry Brothers, r 5th, nr Chestnut. 

BASS, W R, of Bass & Scott, r Red Cross, bet 3d and 4th. 

BASS & SCOTT, (W R Bass A; J J Scott), Com Mers, Water, 
cor Princess. 

Bates, Benj G, r 3d, bet Red Cross and Campbell. 

Bates, Is&ac, book keeper at Jas Dawson's Banking House, 
r Dock, cor Gth. 

Bates, Wm V, clerk with Dawson, Teel & Honning, r Dock, 
nr 6th. 

Battson, , wid James, r 2d, bet Harnett & Cowan. 

Bauman, Henry T, clerk with J <fe H Sampson, r 5th, cor 
Dock. 

BAUMiiN, JOHN, boot and shoemaker. Market, cor Second. 

Bauman, John, clerk with Phillip Newman, r 5th, cor Princess, 

Bauman, John C, clerk, r 5th, cor Dock. 

Bauman, John G, grocer, Front, cor Marliet, r Dock, cor 5th. 






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THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN 



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OHi^ELESTOlSr, S. C. 



Coacli, Carriage and Baggago Waggons always 
ready to cofivey PassengeiNi to and froni tlio B'^ilr^a'^^, 



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Batiman, Kate, r 5th, cor Dock. 

33anmau, Mary G, r 5tli, cor Dock. 

Baumau, Matilda, r 5tli, cor Dock. 

Baumaun, Wm, slioemaker, r Market, cor 2iL 

Baylor, Geo E, druggist, cor 4th and Nirnn. 

Beach, Allen, blacksmith, with O G Parsley, r 4th, bet Smith! 

and Howard. 
Beach, Louisa, with Dollar Store, r ft of 4th 
Bear, Henry, of Bear & Sternberger, r Princess, bet 4th & 5th. 
Bear, Marcus, of Sol Bear tt Bros, r Front, nr Walnut. 
Bear, Meyer, diy goods and clothing, 37 N Water, r Bed 

Cross, nr 2d. 
Bear, Morris, clerk with Meyer Bear, r Bed Cross, nr 2d. 
Bear, Isaac, clerk with Sol Bear & Brcs,.r Red Cross, bet 

Front and 2d. 
BEAR, SAM'l, of Sol Bear & Bros, Front, nr Walnut. 
BEAR, SOL, of Sol Bear &, Bros, Red Cross, bet Front & 2d. 
BEAR, SOL & BROS, (Sol and Sam'l Bear), wholesale and 

retail dry goods, clothing, &c, 18 Market. 
Bear, Theresa, r Front, bet Mulberry and Walnut 
Bear <fc Sternberger— Henry Bear and Joseph Sternberger — 

dry goods and clothing, 45 Market. 
Beck, Thomas, family groceries, r Red Cross, cor 6th. 
Bell, C F, sawyer, with Ed Kidder tt Sons, r Front, nr Meares. 
Bell, Daniel, with W & W R R, nr Anderson, nr Grimes. 
BeJl, Rebecca, widow of Ivy P, r Church, bet 2d and 3d. 
Bell, Sarah E, r Church, bet 2d and 3d. 
Bell, W B H, printer at Journal Office, r Church, bet 2d & 3d, 
BeU, W K, machinist, W ct W R R. 
Bell, Wm T, machinist, with W & W R R, r 5th, bet Castlo 

and Queen. 
Bellamy, Eliza, r Market, cor 5th. 
Bellamy, Ellen D, r Market, cor 5th. 
Bellamy, J D, physician, r Market, cor 5th. 
Bellamy, John D, Jr, r Market, cor 5th. 
BELLAMY, MARSDEN, U-\yjev, 45 Market. See adv. 
Bellamy, Mary E, r Market, cor 5th. 
Bellamy, W J H, physician, Front, cor Dock, r Fronts het 



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9 



14th, Between Franklin and Ross 
Streets, 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 



Ml 



This House is centrally located in the business portion of the City, 
convenient to all the Public Places, and but a short walk from the 
different Eailroad Depots, and one Square East from the Capitol. 

Polite and attentive Servants : the table spread with the best the 
market can afford, and aiming to secure to the 

the domestic comforts of home, at moderate charges, renders this one 
of the most desirable houses in the city. 

Transient Boarders, - » $1 50 per day. 

Permanent Boarders by the week or month, on liberal terms. 



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Bender, Daniel F, carpenter, r Castle, bet 6th and 7tli. 

Bentley, E, watclimaker, r Water, nr Mulberry. 

Benton, Ezra L, clerk Cape Fear River Improvement, r 
Front, bet Market ct Chesnut. 

BERNAED, DUDLEY TV, business manager and commer- 
cial editor Morning Star, 5tb, bet Dock and Orange. 

BERNARD, WM H, Editor and Proprietor Morning Star and 
Carolina Farmer, Front, bet Princess and Market, r 5th, 
bet Dock and Orange. 

Bernheim, G D, Rev, pastor Lutheran Church, r 5th, bet 
Market and Princess. 

Beery, Benj W, ship carpenter, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 

Beery, Ella P, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 

Beery, Mary E, r Nunn, bet 4th and 5th. 

Beery, Robt H, r 2d, foot Dock and Orange. 

BEERY, W L, ship-builder, Eagle Island, r Front, below Ann. 

Berry, W A, physician, r 5th, bet Market and Dock. 

Betts, Mary, v^d of William, r 2d, cor Mulberry. 

Betts, George W, insp'r naval stores, 22 N Water, r 8th, nr 
Market. 

tJiddle, Mary A, r Castle, bet Gth and 7th. 

Biddlo, Newton, r Castle, bet 6th and 7th. 

Biddle, Wm H, clerk with R F Eyden, r Gth, cor Castle. 

Binford, Waiter B, shipping clerk v/ith Barry Bros, r 3d, cor 
Dock. 

Bird, Edwin, r cor 10th and Queen. 

Birdon, George E, r Campbell, bet 9tli and 10th. 

BIRDSEY, S R, dry goods, clothing, etc., 26 Market, r Dock, 
bet Front and 2d. 

Bishop, Frank B, clerk with A H NelT, r Seaman's Homo, 
Dock and Front. 

Bishop, H M, projirietor Seaman's Home, Dock, cor Front. 

Bishop, Jasper, clerk Sheriff's oflico, r 3d, bet Walnut and 
Red Cross. 

Bisset, John F, foreman machine shop W & W R R, r Han- 
over, cor 3d. 

Bishop, Josephine, 5th, bet Dock and Oi'ange. 

Bishop, Kate, r IJth, bet Queen and Castle. 

Bissiiiger, Charles, Family Groceries, r cor 6th and Princess* 



m. 



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Published Daily at $7.00 per Year, 



4>v n ^ Kjtijiipii' A^^,,^., 

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, 

fi@^ Largest Daily Circulation in the State. 



THE CAROLINA FARMER, 

A rirst-Class EiiM-Paje Airlcnltnral and Family feekly, 

One of the Best Advertising Mediums in the South, having a large 
and growing circulation in the two Carolinas. 

P"gBLISEED AT $3.00 TEiE YSA^, 

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wiLMiFaTOST, sr. c. 



Plain, Fancy and Ornamental 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTER 

Book Binder and Blank Book Manufacturer, 
DAWSON BANK BUILDINGS, 



Every variety of Printing, Euling and Binding executed in the 
highest style qI the art. 



62 

BIYINS, W J, Register of Deeds, Court House, r Lilliugton, 
Blackman, E, engineer, W & W R R, r 2d, bet Hanover and 

Brunswick. 
Blake, Henry D, Rev, superintendent Wilston School^ 7tli, cor 

Nunn. 
Blake, Hajinali E, teacher, Wikton School, r Tth, cor Nunn. 
Blaney, Elizabeth, Mrs, r Campbell, bet 3d and ith. 
Blaney, Mary M, r Campbell, bet 3d and 4th. 
Blocker, J C, of Love & Blocker, r Cumberland Co. 
Blomme, Peter, baker and family groceries, 4th, cor Red Cross. 
Bloom, H H, family groceries, 5th, cor Chesnut. 
Blossom, Fannie, r cor Tth and Castle. 
BLOSSOM, J R and EVANS, (J R Blossom and Thos Evans), 

distillers of turpentine, works Front, from Cowan to 

Parsley, office Water,, cor Princess. 
Blossom, J R, of J R Blossom & Evans, r New York. 
Blossom, Samuel, Family Grocer, r 7th Castle. 
Blumenthal, Hannah, Mrs, wid of Jacob, boarding-house 

47 Market. 
Blumenthal, S, dry goods, clothing, &c, 40 Market, r 4th, nr 

Mulberry. 
Boatwright, Alice L, r 2d, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Boatwright, Ann, wid Dr John, r Front, cor Princess. 
Boatwright, J, Hal, cl'k W, C & A R R, r d2, bet Chesnut 

and Mulberry. 
Boatwright, John L, packet clerk Phila & So steamship line, 

r Market, bet 3rd and 4th. 
Boatwright, Mary, r Front, cor Princess. 
Boatwright, Mary A, v^id of Dr J H, r 2d, bet Chesnut and 

Mulberry. 
Bocher, John, shoemaker, 4th, cor Harnett, r Nutt, cor 

Walnut. 
Boggoln, C F, clerk with Adrian & Vollers, r Mulberry, bet 

Front and Water. 
Bogard, Minnie E, r Dock, bet 7th and 8th. 
BOHLING-, MARTIN, Grocer, Front, bel Castle. 
Boland, J, lab with W & W R R. 
Bond, Annie, r 4th, bet Castle and Church. 
BoQne, Bennett, well-digger, r Bladen, cor 6th. 



63 

JOHN DAI SON, GEORGE TEEL, ROBERT HENNING.. 

mm, mi i Mmi!, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 

Agricultural Implements, 

ERON AND I^AiLS, 

Also in 

Millers', House Oarpeaters', Ship* 
Carpenters', CaTjinet Makers', Ma- 
sons', Saddlers', Wheelwriglits', 
Curriers', Blacksmiths', Ma- 
chinists', Coopers' Turpen- 
tine Makers', Shoe Makers', 
Builders' and Under- 
takers' Tools ; 

Rope, Twine, Fishing Tackle, 

Cotton Gins and Presses, 

Wine and Cider Mills and Presses, 

RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING, 

Wll«lait@ffi8, M* @6 




64 

Boone, Laipjhton L, clerk ^vitll J B Orrcll, Hanover, bet 

2a ami 3(1. 
Boone, Mary C, r 6th, cor Bladen. 
Boone, Owen H, Tvell-diggor, r 6th, cor Bladen. 
Borden, J C, conductor, "^Vil & W R R, r Purcell House. 
Borneraann, Hanrich, elk vrith Deumelandt, r 4th, cor 

Brunswick. 
Bosch, Henry, clerk with L AVallace, r 4th, cor Brunswick. 
Boskowtz, Cliarles, clerk with J & H Sampson, r 45 Market. 
Bostick, Bryant W, butter eggs, &c. City Mkt, r Duplin Co. 
Bowden, Caroline P, r Chesnut, cor '^d. 
Bowden, H M, book-keeper 1st Nat Bk, "Wilmington, r Red 

Cross, nr 2d. 
Bowden, James 0, turpentine distiller, r Red Cross, bet 2d 

and 3rd. 
Bowden, John, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 

Bowden, Joseph J, cl'k with W H Moore, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 
Bowden, Joseph N, conductor AY, C & A R R, 4th, cor Princess. 
Bowden, J 0, supt distillery of Theo Denike & Co. 
Bowden, Julia, cor 4th and Princess. 
BOWDEN, L H, Com Mer and lumber, Water, cor Chesnut, 

r Princess, bet 5th and 6th. 
Bowden, Lany, 4th and Princess. 
Bowden, L T, r Red Cross, bet 2d and 3d. 
Bowden Sarah, wid of Jesse, 4th and Princess, 
BoAvden, W B, cl'k, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 
Bowden, W^illiam N, book keeper, W, C & A R R, r 2d, cor 

Chesnut. 
Bowden, W S, lab with A H Ncff, r 2d, cor Chesnut. 
Bowers, Bettie, 4th, bet Church and Castle. 
Bowen, Samuel, machinist, with W, C & A R 11, r Front, 

bel Dock. 
Bowers, S M, machinist, r 2d, bet Nunu and Church. 
Boyd, Ann and B, dressmakers, r Front, ab Dock. 
Boyat, , driver with G Parsley, Sr., r Harnett, bet 3d 

and 4th. 
Boyett, Rebecca, wid Henry, r 5th, cor Bladen. 
Boyett, Wm R, Harnett, bet 3d and 4th. 



65 

E. KIDDER. C. W. KIDDER. G. P. KIDDERc 

OWaRD KIDOER & SONS, 

PROPRIETORS 

COWAN STEAM SAW 

AND 

WiLMIJETON, N. 0. 

JAS. H. CHADBOURN, GEO. OHADBOURN. 

JAS. H. CHADBOURN & CO., 

AND PEOPEIETORS OF 
AND 

PLANING MILLS, 



COLVILLE & TAYLOR, 

PROPRIETORS OF 

AND 

NORTH WATER STREET, 

Foot of WalxLut. 
Every description of Lumber on liaud, and Sawed to order. Black 
Walnut, Asb, Poplar, Juniper and Cypress, and Seasoned Pine 
Lumber always on hand. 



66 

Bradley, Amy M, Supt Union Grammar School and Countj 

Examiner, r Red Cross, bet Front and 2d. 
Bradley, A 0, Jr, elk with Barry Bros, r Mark3t,het 2d & 3d. 
Bradley, Chas, of G & C Bradley, r New Haven, Conn. 
Bradley, Geo, of G <^J C Bradley, r New Haven, Conn. 
Bradley, G & C, (Geo and Chas Bradley), hoots and shoes, 

41 Market. 
Bradley, James A, boots and shoes, 24 Market, r 4th, nr 

Walnut. 
Bradley, John, machinist, W & W R R, r Hanover, bet 2d 

and 3d. 
Bradley, Sarah, wid James, r 5th, cor Wooster. 
Bradley, Saml J, elk with G & C Bradley, r Dock, bet 4th 

and 5th. 
Brahmer, Henry, machinist, with Hart & Bailey, r 3d, bet 

Queen and Wooster. 
Brazeal, Kate, wid, r 4th, cor Wooster. 
BREMER, HENRY, grocer and liquors, Dock, cor Front, 

and Market, cor 2d, r 2d, nr Mulberry. 
Bremer, Lina, wid Nicholas, r 5th, cor Castle. 
Bremer, Mary, wid H M, r 3d, cor Nunn. 
Bremer, Neta, r Market, bet 'Tth and 8th. 
Brewer, A, carpenter with W & W R R. 
Briant, Wm, painter, r Wooster, nr 5th. 
Brickhouse, Nancy, wid Nathan, Front, cor Church. 
Brickhouse, Nathan A, r Front, cor Church. 
Brickhouse, Marion G, messenger Telegraph office, r Front, 

cor Church. 
BRIDGERS, R R, Pres Navassa Guano Co, Pres of W & W 

R R, and Pres of W, C & A R R, Water, bel Chesnut, 

r Chesnut, cor Front. 
Brierstring, Albert, r Walnut, bet 10th and 11th. 
Briggs, Mary J, wid Wm H, r 3d, cor Queen. 
BRINK, ED R, Postmaster, r Front, bet Princess & Chesnut. 
Britt, Mary Eliza, r 4th, bet Queen and Wooster. 
Britt, William, moulder at W, C & A R R, r 4th, bet Queen 
and Wooster. 



^7 

CLIFFORD HOUSE, 

FRONT, BETWEEN MARKET AND 
PRINCESS STREETS, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Eooms by the Mght, Week or Month. His Sample Booms 
cannot be excelled iu Choice Wines, Liquors, &c. The finest Segars, 
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco to be found in the city. 

DEW DROP SALOON, 

NO. 5 SOUTH FKONT ST., 

WILMIFG-TON", ST. G. 

ROBERT J. SGARBOROUSH 

Would laform Ills old friends and customers that he has recently renovated and refitted 
the above Saloon, and would be pleased to receive a coutinuace of their patronage. 
His BAR is always supplied with the best of LIQUORS. 

OYSTEMS 

In Season, reecived almost daily from New River, of best quality, and furnished in any 
quantity or style desired. 

OLD CLARENDON BAR, 



Has recently thoroughly renovated and refitted the OLD CLARENDON BAR, and is 
prepared to meet his iriends and furnish them at his BAR with the best quality of LIQUORS 
\VINE3, &c., in quantities to suit. 

ISTE^^ JIIVEE, OYSTERS, 

In any style desired, and of best quality, furnished on short notice. 
The patronage of the Public is respectfully solicited at the old stand on Market Street, 



68 

BROCK, HENRY C, of Brock & Webb, r Front, bet Princess 
and dies nut. 

BROCK & WEBB, (H C Brock and H Webb), Globe Saloon 
Restaurant, billiards, &c, Front, bel Market. See adv\ 

Brooklyn Hall, 4th, cor Hanover. 

Brooklyn Market, 4tli, cor Brunswick. 

Brooks, E H, P rout agt W, C & A R R, r Front, bet Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

BROOKS, GEO W, Judge U S District Court N C, r Eliza- 
beth City. 

Brooks, Jane W, Queen, bet 4th and 5th. 

BrookSj Martin C, carpenter, Queen, bet 4th and 5th. 

Brooks, Wm, r cor 3d and Campbell. 

BROWN, A D, Millinery and Fancy Goods, hoop skirts, &c, 
S E Market, cor Front. 

Brown, James, plasterer, r Dawson, bet 4th and 5th. 

Brown, John, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 

Brown, John H, dep weigher of rosin, r Brunswick, cor 4th 

BROWN, JOHN K, of James & Brown, r Mulberry, bet 
Front and 2d. 

Brown, John W, Insp Naval Stores, 22 N Water, r 8th, nr 
Hanover. 

BROWN, LAWRENCE, boots and shoes and wood wharf, 
3 N Water, r Farmer's Hotel. 

Brown, Lou, Orange, bet Front and 2d. 

Brown, Maria A, r Orange, bet Front and 2d. 

Brown, Mary B, r Orange, bet Front and 2d. 

Brown, Milbra, wid of Wiley. 

Brown, Robert W, clerk, r Nunn, bet 5th and 6tii. 

Brown, Sarah, r Orange, bet Front and 2d. 

Brown, S F, clkwith Brown & Anderson, r Orange, bet Front 
and 2d. 

Brown, Thomas A, elk with J Lyons, r Cape Fear House. 

BROWN, THOS W, of Brown & Anderson, r Orange, bet 
Front and 2d. 

Brown, Wm G, foreman Navassa Guano Co, r 2d, cor Castle. 

BROWN & ANDERSON, (Thos W Brown and W S Ander- 
son), watches and jcAvelry, 37 liTarket. Sec adv. 



69 

THOS. H. NICHOLAS, 

ISTE, COEISR MilK SIESET, 

Opposite Capital Sq^iare. 

RICHMOND, VIRGmiA. 

OHSMB WIMBSp 
Whiskies, Brandies, 

A.LES, &c. 

His Bar is stocked with the finest LIQUOKS that can be produced, 
both of Imported and Donaestic Brands. 

OYSTERS 

In season and furnished in every stylo to Families, Parties., &c, in 
quantities, large or small. Also the choicest of 



by the Bottle, Dozen, Gallon or Barrel. The attention of the trade is 
called to his old 

RYE WHISKIES, 

Pure and Unadulterated, of which he keeps a large Stock always on 
hand, and which cannot be excelled in quahty, in this or any other 
market. Also, 

And Choice Brands of 

■VIRG-IlSriA. TOBA.COO. 

His facilities for obtaining the finest of Liquors are equal to any house 
in the trade, and his prices cannot fail to prove satisfactory. Country 
orders promptly fille<R and satisfaction guaranteed. 



Browning, E D, conductor, W & W R R, r Purcell House. 

Browning, >S M, lab with W & W R R. 

Brunhild, H, elk with II Brunhild, Market, bet Front and 2d. 

RUN'lIILD, H, whol and ret liquor, tobacco and cigars, 
2 N Water, r Market, bet Front and 2d. 

Brunson, Frances M_, watchman, W, C & A R R. 

Brunson, Frank M, Castle, bet 7th and 8th. 

Brunson, Isaac N, carpenter, W, C & A R R, r Castle, bet 
7th and 8th. 

Bryant, Alfred D, carpenter with W & W R R. 

Bryant, B F, conductor, W, C & A R R, cor Mulberry & 4th. 

Bryant, Lewis, r 6th, bet Ann and Nunn. 

BRYANjB G, cashier National Savings Bank, r 7th, cor 
Nunn. 

Bryan, Henry, elk with H Hutof, r 40 N Water. 

Bryan, Robt K, Associate Ed Carolina Farmer, r Scott's Hill. 

Bryan, Sylvester, painter with J A Parker, r Wooster, cor 6th. 

Bryan, Sylvester, W J, painter with J A Parker, r Wooster, 
cor Gth. 

Buggeln, Fred'k, elk with Adrian & Yollers, r Cape Fear 
House. 

BUIE, DUNCAN M, Dr, manufr of Fertilizers and Chem- 
ist, foot of Castle, r 2d, bet Ann and Nunn. See adv. 

Bunn, Mary S, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 

Bunting, Robt, Market, bet 6th and 7th. 

Bunting, Samuel R, r 2d, bet Walnut and Red Cross. 

Bunting, T 0, elk with B & L Weill, Chesnut, bet 3d & 4th 

Bulcken, John J, grocer, Water, bet Chesnut and Mulberry, 
r Orange, nr 3d. 

BURCII, JOHN B, city ag't for Morning Star, r Walnut, 
bet 3d and 4tb. 

Burgess, J W, carpenter with W & W R R. 

Burgwin, Sallie P, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

BUKKHEIMER, HENRY, whol and ret Tobacco, Snuff, &c, 
6 Market, r 4th, cor Ann. See adv. 

BURKHEIMER, HENRY B, r Front, bet Walnut and Mul- 
berry. 

BURKHEIMER, W^ASHINGTON, cigar manuf, r Front, 
bet Walnut and Mulberry. 



n 



CHEiliST ^ HAMUFACTURER 



OF THE 



CAPE FEAR GUAIO 



AND 



SPECIAL FERTILIZERS, 

FOOT OF OASTLE STREET, 



THIS OAPB FEAK GOANO 

Contains BONE and MEAT in such proportions as the Soil aad 
Crop may require, yielding seventeen per cent. Ammonia. 



Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in 

DRY GOODS, CARPETS, NOTIONS, 

And every article to be fonnd in a First-Class Dry Goods House. Also of tthe House of 

DAWSON, TEEEL & HENNING, dealers in Hardware, Agricultural 

Implements, Guns, &c. 

19 AND 31 MARKET STREET, 

WXLMiyCTOF, ST. G. 

SHAviHo, MiB mmm, haie dressing 

AND 

Under Purcell House, 

WILI^TTNGTO:^, N. C. 

A fall and efficient Corps of Accomplished Artists will always be found in readiness, 
ShaviDg- and Hair Dressma executed in the most fashionable Style of the art. 
The Gentlemen of the city and Strangers are invited ot call. 
An Experienced Artist will execrate m orders from the Ladies at their residence. 



72 

Burnett, J, lab with W & W R R. 

Burnett, Richard B, saloon, r C^!urch, Let Gth and 7th. 

Burnett, Thomas, B, hunter, r 5th, bet Castle and Queen. 

Burr, Charles, painter, W, C & A R R, r 49 Market. 

Burr, Emily, Mrs, wid of Talcott, r 49 Market. 

Burr, Horace, salesman with M M Katz, r Dock, bet Front 
and 2d. 

Burr, Henry B, pastor Seaman's Home, r 3d and Parsley. 

Burr, Horace, elk with M LI Katz, r Dock, bet Front and 2d. 

Burr, Jane, 49 Market, 

BURR, J D, cashr Bank Cape Fear, r Front, cor Nunn. 

Burr, Kate, r 49 Market. 

Burr, Marg't Julia, r Dock, bet Front and 2d. 

Burr, Sarah A, wid of Thomas^ r Church, bet 4th and 5th. 

Burr, Mrs Talcott, r cor Market and 2d. 

BURRUSS, E E, Pres of First Nat Bank of Wilmington, r 
Front, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Burroughs, , carpenter, r 7th, cor Church. 

Burtt, Lemuel R, elk with Geo Honnet, r Dock, bet 5th & Gth. 

Burtt, Samuel, blacksmith, Mulberry, nr Water, r Dock, bet 
5tli and 6th. 

Burtt, S H, elk with A D Brown, r Dock, bet 5th and 6th. 

Butscharof, Fred, elk with G L Shutte, 4th, cor Bladen. 

BYRNE, JOHN A, Genl Agt N Y Life Ins Co, and of 
Byrne & Hall, r Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

BYRNE & HALL, (J A Byrne and E D Hall), General Insu- 
rance Agents, Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

G. 

Cagan, John J, millwright, Navassa Guano Works, r Gth, 
bet Bladen and Harnett. 

Cagan, Lumford C, diver, r 6th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 

Calais, Luela F, r 4th, bet Orange and Ann. 

Calais, Wm J, master carpenter, W, C & A R R, r 4th, bet 
Orange and Ann. 

Calder, R E, cashr wii^ F W Kcrchner, r 3d, bet MulbeiTy 
and Walnut. 

Oalder, Wm, book keeper with F W Kerchner, r 3d, bet Mul- 
berry and Walnut. 



THE OLDEST AGENCY. 



DeROSSET & CO., 

W^. € Wmth Wfit^g Bin 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



USOERIITERS' AGENCf, (FIRE AIID MAlii), 

OF NEW YORK, 
NETT ASSETS, $3,000,000.00, 

M (Firs) kmm Compaiifp 

OF HARTFORD, CONN., 
NETT ASSETS, $5,530,006.25. 

Ml Muiual Life Imraiiee Imfi 

OF NEW YORK, 
NETT ASSETS, $400,000.00. 



74 

Callahan, Annie, witli J H ChacTbonrn, 

Callmau, Morris, caslir with Wm Ettinger, r National Hotel. 

Calloway, Robert E, supt Planning Mill at J H Chadboum 

& Co's, r 4th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 
CAMERON, FRANCIS H, Genl Snpt of North America 

Life Ins Co, U N Water, r National Hotel. 
Cameron, Joseph, watchman with Willard Bros, r Queen, 

bet 4th and 5th. 
Cameron, Julia, wid James, Queen, bet 4th and 5th. 
Cameron, W W, printer, Morning Star, Queen, bet 4th & 5th. 
Campbell, A R, elk with "Willard Bros, r 6th, cor Orange. 
CANADAY, DAVID R, family grocery, 4th, cor Church. 
Canaday, William, painter with J A Parker, r Wooster, bet 

6th and 7th. 
CANADAY, W P, City Marshall, office City HaU, r Walnut, 

cor 3d. 
Cannon, Alfi'ed, lab, r 5th, cor Wooster. 
Cannon, Mary, wid Charles, r 4th, cor Wooster. 
Cannon, Saml, of Cannon & Oldham, r Orange, cor 3d. 
Cannon, Sol, lab, r Wooster, nr 5th. 
CANNON & OLDHAM, (Saml N Cannon and C W Oldham), 

Whol Gro and Com Mers, 5 S Water. 
CANTWELL, EDWARD, Judge of Special Court of Wil- 
mington, and of Abbott & Cantwell, r Red Cross, bet 

3d and 4th. 
Cantwell, Edward P, elk with Dr Wright, r Red Cross, bet 

od and 4th. 
Cantwell, Ellen L, r Red Cross, bet 3d and 4th. 
Cantwell, John L, of Cantwell, Rankin & Co, r Princess, bet 

8th and 9th. 
Cantwell, Kate T, r Princess, bet 8th and 9th. 
Cantwell, LilHan P, r Red Cross, bet 3d and 4th. 
CANTWELL, RANKIN & CO, (John L CantweU, John T 

Rankin, and W H Kelley), Com Mer's, Water. 
CAPE FEAR BUILDING CO, office Princess, bet Front 

and 2d. 
CAPE FEAR CLUB HOUSE, Front, bet Market & Princess. 
CAPE i^ EAR FERRY, FOOT OF MARKET. 
Cape Fear House, Prigge, Gevcrt, propr, Chesnut, bet Front 

and Water. 



75 

JOHN L. HOLIES, 

TToeiiEY MO mmmim at law, 

:p:E^II^TCESS sts-set, 

Oppoislto Coxinty Coxii't; House, 

WILMIFGTOJJf, F. G. 

Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims in bII parts of the 
State. 

Attorney at L'AW, 

OFFICE SECOND, BETWEEN MARKET 
AND PRINCESS STREETS, 

Will attend to the Collection of Claims in all parts of the State. 

OilfEB STATES COMIISSIOISER. 

H. C. BROOK, H. WEBB. 

BROCK & WEBB, 
RESTAUIIJIIT ilO SALOON, 

13 South Front, near Market Street 

MEALS AT ALL HOTOS. 

The Restaurant always supplied with every luxury in the market. Oysters inseasoa 
served in every style. 
The Bar contains none but the best of muprs. Charges raoderate. 



7C 

Cape Fear River Improvement, U S Engineer's Office, Prin- 
cess, bet Front and 2d. 

Caplej, J L, engineer, witli W tt W R R. 

Capps, Annie, with T> Stolje, Gtli, cor Queen. 

Capps, Burneta, wid Thomas, r 5th, cor Queen. 

Capps, Catharine, r cast side 7th, bet Church and Castle. 

Capps, Columbia, r 5th, cor Queen. 

Capps, Francis, butcher stall 7 CityMarket,r 5th, cor Queen. 

CAPPS, F D, butcher stall 10.^ City Market, r 5th, cor Queen. 

Capps, Julia, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 

Capps, Laura, r 8th, cor Castle. 

Capps, Thos J, carpenter, r 7th, bet Church and Castle. 

Capps, Robert McD, r 7th, bet Church and Castle. 

CAROLmA FARMER, Weekly, W H Bernard, Ed and 
Propr, Front, bet Market and Princess. 

Carpenter, Alfred, with J S Topham & Co, r 5th, bet Nunn 
and Castle. 

Carpenter, J H, engineer, with W & W R R. 

Carr, Nicholas, of Sellars &, Carr, r 5th, bet Campbell and 
Hanover. 

Carr, Thos B, dentist, 38 Market. 

Carraway, J H, (c), of Carraway & Cleapor, r 2d, bet Mul- 
berry and Walnut. 

CARRAWAY & CLEAPOR, (c)— J H Carraway and Chas 
E Cleapor — barbers, under Purcell House. See adv. 

Carroll, Ellen, with Geo D Fleck, r 3d, bet Church & Castle. 

CarroU, John, P O route agt W & W R R, r Front, bet Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

CARROLL, MARTIN, paper stock, rags, Ac, 4th, cor Camp- 
bell. 

Carroll, Michael, lab with W & W R R, r 3d, cor Brunswick. 

Carrow, Samuel T, U S Marshall N C, r Raleigh. 

Carter, B S, cooper with A H Yan Bokkelen, 5th, bet Daw- 
son and Queen. 

Carter, James, tinner, with A H Neff, r Red Cross, bet 3d 
and 4th. 

Carter, Minnie E, r Front, cor Red Cross. 

Carter, Robert, engineer, W, C it A R R, r Swann, bet 5tL 
and 6 th. 



77 





REDBEN JONES 



Front, between Market and Princess Streets, 

-Lwmmm, i. €. 



SPLENDID MODERIT IMPEOVEMENTS 

have recently been added, which places it on a par with any Hotel in 
the South. Ik has been 

THOROUGHLT REFITTED, 

from top to bottom, and NEWLY FURNISHHED. 

FOR COMFORT, GOOD FARE AND MODERATE CHARGES, 

it stands A. NO, 1, and I intend it ahall remain the 

PIRM^ eXsABm H©WSB 

OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

Conveyances for Guesta always ready to and from all the Kaih-oads 
.and Steamboats, 



78 

Carter, William, cooper, with A H VanBokkelen, r 5th, bet 

Dawson and Queen. 
Casej, Eichard, engineer, W & W R R, r 4th, bet Brunswick 

and Hanover. 
Cash well, David, r Dock, cor 6th. 
Cason, Sarah J, wid of Isaac, r 2d, cor of Walnut. 
Cassidey Brothers, (F A L and H C Cassidey), Ship Carpen- 
ters and Propr's Wilmington Marine Railway, foot of 

Church. 
Cassidey, F A L, of Cassidey Brothers, r Front, bet Church 

and Castle. 
Cassidey, Henry C, of Cassidey Brothers, r Front, bet Castle 

and Church. 
Cassidey, Sophia W, wid of James, r Surry, cor Church. 
CATHOLIC CHURCH, (St Thomas), Dock, bet 2d and 3d. 
CAZAUX, A D, Ship and Com Mer, and agt Bait and Wil 

Steam'p Line, Water and Mulberry, r 3d, S of Orange. 
Cazaux, John M, elk, F W Kerchner, r 3d, bet Orange & Ann. 
Cazaux, Rosa, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Cemetery Co, Oakdale, office Princess, bet Front and 2d. 
Certain, Fanny, r 5th, cor R R. 
CHADBOURN, GEORGE, of James H Chadbourn & Co, 

r Ann, cor Front. 
Chadbourn, James, r Front, bet Ann and Nunn. 
CHADBOURN, JAMES H, of James H Chadbourn & Co, r 

3d, bet Dock and Orange. 
CHADBOURN, J H & CO, (James H and George Chad- 
bourn), Steam Saw and Planing Mills, foot of Harnett, 

office Dock, cor Water. See adv. 
Chadwick, R W, U S Dep Col'r Customs, Walnut, r cor 6th. 
Chapman, Richard, chemist, with Navassa Guano Co, r 

Water, bel Chesnut. 
Chapman, Sarah, wid of Joseph, r Church, bet 2d and 3d. 
Chesnutt, C L, cashr, Williams & Murchison, r Market, bet 

2d and 3d. 
CHILDS, JESSE, stoves, tin ware, &c., 2d, bet Market and 

Princess, r Church, nr 6th. 
Childs, Tripler, tinner, 2d, bet Market and Princess. 
Chilsou, Henry E, P O route agt, W, C & R R R. 



Y9 

ESTABLISHED ESTABLISHES 



p. HEiNSBERGER, 

TIBBI 



. ^ ..V D)i ii, M la Jn 

AND 

Ml mi mEE, 

No. 39 Market Street, 



^Ji/rr'Wffji 



f Ave "9^9 



ACCOUNT BOOKS, 

Xffade of the Best Linen Paper, 
Ruled and Bound to any Pattern Desired. 



LEDGERS, JOURNALS, DAY, DOCKET, 

and al! kinds of BLANK BOOKS, Law 

Books, Music, Periodicals, &c., &c., 

&c.. Bound in the Best Manner. 

miM OF EYERY BESCRIPTIOH PROMPTLY EXECUTED, 

ALSO, 

GILDINQ NAMES, AND ALBUMS REPAIRED, 



80 

Cliriver, Olaiis, grocery, 4th, cor Harnett. 

CITY HALL, cor 3d and Princess. 

Clark, Benjamin E, r Market, cor 7th. 

Clark, Hourj, elk at So Express Co, r 2d, cor Ann, 

Clark, John M, -vrith A Johnson, Jr, r National Hotel. 

Clark, William, carpenter, with W & W R E. 

Clarkson, Joseph, elk with Brock & Webb, r Front, bel 
Market. 

Cleapor, Chas E, c, of Carraway and Cleapor, r 7th, nr Eed 
Cross. 

CLIFFORD HOUSE, FRONT, bet MARKET & PRINCESS. 

CLIFFORD, JOSEPH A, Clifford House, tobacco, cigars 
and liquors, 13 N Front, r 4th, nr Princess. See adv. 

Clowo, Annie M, r 4th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 

Clowe, C R, master carpenter with W & W R R. 

Clowe, Harrison L, millwright and pattern maker, r 4th, bet 
Bladen and Harnett. 

Coffin, Elizabeth, Mrs, wid Charles, r Red Cross, bet 4th 
and 5th. 

Coffin, Mariah, 3d, bet Church and Nunn. 

Cogden, Caisen, machinist, W, C <fe A R R, r 5th, cor Bladen. 

Cole, Matthew, r 4th, nr Queen. 

Colin, Geo, saloon, S Water, bet Dock and Orange, r Mar- 
ket, bet Gth and 7th. 

Cole, M O, fruit and vegetables. Market, bet 2d and 3d. 

Collins, Elizabeth, svt with J W Zimmerman, r -u, bet Mar- 
ket and Dock. 

Collins, Jennett, Mrs, wid Dennis, r Market, bet 5th and 6th. 

Collins, James W, book keeper with Worth & Worth, r Mar- 
ket, bet 5tli and Gth. 

CoUins, William M, steward at Purccll House, r Purcell 
House. 

Colston, R E, Princ'l C F M Academy, r cor Mulberry & 4th. 

Colville, J, of Colville & Taylor, r 4th,'bet Harnet and Bladen. 

Colville, Thomas L, supt at Hart and Bailey's, res Chesnut, 
bet 2d and 3d. 

COLVILLE & TAYLOR— J Colville and R J Taylor— steam 
saw and planning mills, Nutt, foot of Walnut. See adv. 

COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Water, cor Princess. 



81 

Sam'l Northrop, Wm. H. Northrop, Wm. A. Cumming. 

NORTHROP & GUMMING, 

AND PROPRIETORS OF THE 

WILMINGTON S. S. AND PLANING MILLS, 



Special attention paid to the sale of CORN, COT- 
TON, NAVAL STORES, &c. 
Orders for LUMBER promptly filled. 

REFEHENCES: 

Jas. Dawson, Ksq., Kanker, Wllmiiiifton, N. C. ( Wm. R. Utley, Esq., Danker. 11 Wall St , X. V. 
Bank of Greensboro', Greensboro', N. C. i B. G. Neff. E(*q., 32 South St., N. Y. 

Messrs Whedbae & Dickinson, Baltimore, Md. I Mes.srs H. C. Thatcher k Co , Boston. 
Messrs. Patterson A IJppincott, PhiladeliUiia | Messrs. Kinnear Bros, St. Johns, N. B. 

WM. E. CRAIG, 

SoTLtli Water Street, between Ann and Nnn, 

Wilmimgi&m, M. €. 

SPIRIT BARHELS, KEGS, CASKS, &G. 

The Timber used by me is all selectetl and of the first quality, and by sirict personal 
attention to busiiios 1 am iJi-i-piircd to furnish every thing ia our line of superior qualiiy 
and workmanship, and a; such reas'iniinlc prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction to ih'e 
trade. Give me a tiial and be convinced. I make a speciality of turning out an article of 
Spirit Barrels that cannot be excelled. 

Repairing of Old Barrels promiUlT attended to. 

ALFRED MARTIN, 

Ship fiig t ' €oiimigiiom 

3Xro. O I>ools. street. 



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Condon, D, lab with W <fe W R R. 

Coney, Margaret M, wid of John R, r 4:th, bet Orange and 

Ann. 
Conej', Walter, of Lemmerman ct Coney, r 4th, bet Orange 

and Ann. 
-Conner, Thomas, c, of Toomer & Conner, r 9th, nr Princess. 
CONOLEY, JAMES W, dniij-ist, 4th, cor Campbell. 
Conoley, John J, elk with P Heinsberger, r 7th, bet Princess 

and Chesnut. 
COOK, ABRAHAM B, grocer. Nun, bet 4th and uth, r 5th, 

cor Wooster. 
Cook, Mary Ella, r 5th, bet Orange and Dock. 
Corbett, Eliza A, wid of Michael T, r 4th, bet Nun and 

Church. 
Corbett, Eliza, wid of Michael, r Market, cor 7th. 
Corbett, William F, machinist, W, C & A R R, r 4th, bet 

Nun and Church. 
Corbett, William J, engineer, W, C A- R R R, r Mulberry, 

bet 7th and 8tli. 
Corbett, Wm, mechanic, W, C & A R R, cor Market and 7th. 
Corbett, Wm, captain flat-boat, r Nutt, ab Walnut. 
Corbin, Margaret G, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Corden, W W, carpenter, W, C <fc A R R, r 8th, bet Mulberry 

and Walnut. 
Cormon, Samuel W, watchman, W, C & A R R. 
Cortjohn, Dick, family groceries. Front, cor Brunswick. 
Costin, A J, book-keeper, E Murray & Co, r Dock, cor oth. 
Costin, Charlotte, wid John, r Dock, cor 7th. 
Costin, Miles F, gas-fitter with W H Dart, r 6th, cor Nun. 
Costin, Miles, r 5th, cor Dock. 
Costin, Robert, elk, r 7th, cor Dock. 
Costin, William H, brick mason, r 6th, cor Nun. 
Costin, W T, elk with E Kidder & Sons, r 6th, cor Nunn. 
COUNTY COURT HOUSE, New Hanover Co, Princess, bet 

2d & 3d. 
Cowan, John, of Cowan & Metts, r 4th, cor Chesnut. 
Cowans, James M, gas-fitter with J H Mitchell, r 3d, bet 

Church and Castle. 
Cowan, Piatt D, freight agt W, C & R R R,r Chesnut, cor 4th. 



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COWAX, ROBERT H, Princess, bet Front & 2d, r Front, 

bet Cliesuut and Mulberry. 

Cowan, R H, Jr, of Turner iV Cowan, r Front, bet Lesnut 
and Mulberry. 

Cowan & Metts — John Cowan and J I Metts — grocers and 
liquor dealers, Market, bet Front and 2d. 

Cowan, D S, planter, r Front, cor Mulberry. 

Craify, Mark, gardncr, 4th, bet Dock and Orange. 

Craft, Maiy E, wid of Thomas, r Princess, bet 8th and 9th. 

Craft, Thomas C, elk with D A Smith, r Princess, bet 8th 
and 9th. 

Craig, Gaston, house carpenter, DaAvson, cor 4th. 

Craig, Henry, r 8th, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 

Craig, John B, tailor, with Muason & Co, r Harnett, nr 
Bladen. 

Craig, John Henry, with Wm Sutton, r Brunswick, bet 0th 
and 7tli. 

Craig, Joshua Smith, with A H NefF, r 8th, bet Mulberry and 
Walnut. 

CRAIG, SIMON, of Pratt S:. Craig, r Gth, bet Swann an^ 
Nixon. 

Craig, Stephen A, r Castle, bet 4tli and 5th. 

Craig, Wm E, cooper, Water, r 5th, bet Wooster <fc Dawson. 

Craig, W G, carpenter, with W & W R R. 

Craige, Alice, wid Henry, r Dawson, bet 5th & Gth. 

Craige, Joshua G, gun-smith at A H Neff's, r 8th, bet Wal- 
nut and Mulberry. 

Craige, Mattie, milliner, with Mrs E M Strock, r 4th, nr de- 
pot bridge. 

Crapon, Geo, elk with C Martin, r Front, bel Dock. 

Crapon, George M, elk with Geo Myers^ r Front, bet Dock 
and Orange. 

Crawford, C, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. • 

Crawford, Elizabeth, r Anderson, nr Grimes. 

Crawford, Rebecca, Anderson, nr Grimes. 

Creswell, Wm, mail messenger, r Front, cor Red Brosss. 

Cristian Chapel Church, c. Nun and 7th. 

Crone, John, engineer, with W Sc W R E^. 



NATIONAL 
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS 



AND 



TRUST COMPANY, 

WASHISTGTOF, B. G. 
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS, March 3d, 1865. 



OFFICEKS: 
J. W. ALVORD, President, D L. EATON, Actuary. 
SAM'L L. HARRIS, Inspector, G. W. STICKNEY, Ass't Actuaby. 
R. B. HUNT, Assistant Inspector. 

Total Dsposits Over $2,000,000.00 ! ! 



WILMINGTON BRANCH, 

Ox3po.si' e Seiamaii's Home. 

Deposits of FIVE CENTS and upwards received, and Bank Book 
issued therefor. AH Deposits payable on demand. 

Biisiness account 8 solicited, 4: per cent, interest allowed on balances 
of §50 and iipward, remaining thirty .lays. 

Check Books furoished and Cliecks payable at sight. 

Sight Drafts for sale on New York, Phi'adelphia, Baltimore and all 
principal cities in the South. 

Open Saturday Nights to Receive Deposits 
from 6 to 8. 

«GrEO. R. FRENCH, Ch.\irman Executive Committee. 
lE. R. BRINK, Secretary. 

B. G. BRTAIT, 

Cashier. 



816 

Crone, John, engineer, with W <fc W K R. 

Cronlj, Jane, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 

Cronly, Michael, of Cronly tfe Morris, r 3d, bet Orange and 

Ann. 
Cronlj, Michael, Jr, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Cronly, Sallie, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 
CKONLY & MOBRIS, Michael ronly and Wilkes Morris 

auctioneers, stock and real estate brokers, 4 N "Water. 
Croom, Martha F, dress making, 4th, cor Hanover. 
Croom, Melissa, r Castle, bet 5th and 6th. 
Crow, J E, agent JEina Life Insurance Co, Princess, bet 

Front and 2d, r Front, bet Mulberry and Chesnut. 
CURRIE, S A, livery, sale and exchange stables, 2d, cor 

Princess, r 7th, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Cumber, Eliza, wid of Edward, r Dawson, nr 3d. 
Cumber, J A, blacksmith, W «fe W R R. 
Cumber, J T, blacksmith, W & W R R. 
Cumber, Mary, wid of David, r 6th, cor Dawson. 
CUMMING, JAMES D, book-keeper with J H Chadboum 

<fe Co, Notary Public and Sec'y and Treas Wil Building 

Association, r Nun, bet Front and 2d. 
Cummings, James M, painter, W & W R R, r 4th, bet Hano- 
ver and Brunswick. 
Cumming, Preston, of Oldham & Cumming, r 2d, bet Orange 

and Ann. 
CUMMING, Wm A, of Northrop «fe Cumming, r 2d, bet 

Orange and Ann. 
Curry, James, baker, with C R Mayer, r Rock Spring Hotel 
Curtis, Benjamin, elk with Lemmerman & Coney. 
Curtis, John, fisherman, r Wooster, nr 4th. 
Curtis, Josephine, r 6th, cor Red Cross. 
Curtis, Mary, r 6th, cor Brunswick. 
Hushing, Edward M, i cor Market and 2d. 
Cushing, Edward, r 49 Market. 
Cushing, Mary, wid Edward, r 49 Market. 
Cushing, Mrs Mary S, r cor Market and 2d. 
Custicc, M A. conductor W, C tt A R R, r cor 3d & Market. 
Cutlar, DuBrutz, lawyer, Princess,, bet Front and 2d, r 2d, 

bet Red Cross and Walnut.. 



87 
B. G. WORTH. r>. G. WORTH. 

WORTH & WORTH, 

GENERAL 



siiir»i>inNrc3r 

AIJD 

COMMISSION MEHCIimS. 



AGENTS 
PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN 

STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 

AGENTS 
CAPE FEAR STEAMBOAT CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Fertilizers, Lime, Molasses, Salt, 



Cutlar, F J, physicifui, Princes'^, bet Front aiul ^d, r 2d, cor 

Mulberry. 
Cutlar, Jennie F, r.2d, cor Mulberry. 
Cutlar, James K, insp naval stores, 22 N Water, r 6th, cor 

Queen. 
Cutlar, Jas T, r Dudley, bet Newsoni and Anderson. 
Cutlar, William, day janitor City Hall. 
Cutlar, W, r 4tb, bet Ann and Oranjjje. 
Cutts, A H, conductor W & W R R, r 5th, cor Red Cross. 

D. 

Dabney, Geortijiana E, r 4th, cor Chesnut. 

Daggett, William T, of Hancock & Dagi^'ett, r Ann, bet 

Front and 2d. 
Dahmer, Margaret, vvid Peter, boarding house, r Nutt, ab 

Walnut. 
Danby, John W_, carjienter, r Bladen, bet 4t}i and oth. 
Danfortli, James, Jr, elk, r 7tli, cor Nun. 
Daniel, Harriett, wid Green, r Front, bel Ann. 
Daniel, Mary 0, vvid John, r Front, bel Ann. 
DANIEL, WILLIAM T, news and periodical dealer, 2d, 

ab Market. 
Daniels, Stephen, shoemaker, oth, cor Princess, r Princess, 

cor 13th. 
DARBY, JAMES, supt of gas works, r Church, cor Surry. 
Darby, Thomas A, elk with Cape Fear Building Co, r 

Church, cor Surry. 
Darden, John, elk with Harriss & Howell, r Front, cor Daw- 
son. 
Darden, J S. lab with W & W R R. 
Dart, David M, gas fitter with W H Dart, r Front, cor 

Church. 
DART, W H, steam plumbing and gas fitting, Front, bet 

Dock and Orange, r Front, cor Church. 
Dartin, John, with Dr Harriss, r Front, ab Dawson. 
Davis, Alfred, carpenter, r Church, bet 8d and 4th. 



89 

S. W. VICE. C. P. MEBANE. 
AND 






jj^^ Liberal advancea mads. 

jB@^ Consignments of Collon, Naral Stores and Country Prtducs, and 
orders for the purchase of same solicited. 

^lUxnnder Sprttnl, JTno. IT*. Bi»»0H, Jamts Sprunl, 

British Vice Consul. Late Sheriff Duplin. Of Wilmington 

SPRUNT & HINSON, 

IND 

Commission Merchants, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



FOR THE SALE OF 

ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, 

]^To. 33 ISTorth 'Water- St., 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Eesitlenoe Eeil Cross Street, beween Third and Fourth. 



90 

Davis, Annie E, wid , r 2(i, bet Chesnut & Mulberry. 

havis, Ann S, wid of Junius, boarding house, r Front, ab 

Princess. 
Davis, A R, elk with Jno C Heyer, r Swann, bet 6tli and 7th. 
Davis, Duke R, r Front, bet Wooster and Dawson. 
Davis, Edward, timber inspector, 23 N Water, r 6th, nr 

Church. 
Davis, Eli H, foreman of cooper shop with A H VanBokkelen, 

r 6th, bet Dawson and Wooster. 
Davis, Miss E S, milliner with A D Rrown, r 3d, bet Chesnut 

and Mulberry. 
Davis, Eugenia W, r Princess, bet Water and Front. 
Davis, George, r Front, ab Princess. 
DAVIS, GEORGE, lawyer, Princess, bet Front and 2d, rt 

2d, bet Red Cross and Walnut. 
Davis, G W, r 4th, bet Hanover and Brunswick. 
DAVIS, HORATIO, agent for NationaLif e Ins Co, 2d, be. 

Market and Princess, r 2d, bet Chesnut and Mulberry 
Davis, James, (c) vegetable store and police, Dock, nr Front, 

r Wooster, cor Front. 
Davis, James N, r Front, bet Wooster and Dawson. 
DAVIS, JOHN R, proprietor Purcell Hotise, r Purcell 

House. See adv. 
Davis, John T, elk with Rourke & Rivere, r Princess, bet 

Water and Front. 
DAVIS, JUNIUS, lawyer, Princess, bet Front and 2d, r 2d, 

bet Red Cross and Walnut. 
Davis, Josephine, r Front, cor Princess. 
Davis, Laura M, r 5th, bet Queen and Castle. 
Davis, Lewis, carpenter, r Church, bet 3d and 4th. 
Davis, Margaret Y, wid of Geo W, r Princess, cor Front. 
Davis, Mary, r 4th, cor Castle. 

Davis, Seth W, elk with J & H Samson, r 3d, cor Campbell. 
Davis, Thomas J, carpenter W, C & A R R, r 4th, cor Han- 
over. 
Davis, W A H, bag agt W, C & A R R, r 3d, bet Red Cross 

and Campbell. 



91 



ITo. 11 Marlset Street, 

WILMINGTON, N. G.; 

BRANCH OF 149 GAY St., BALTIMORE. 

CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, 

Trunks, Valises, Notions, &c. 



THE COUNTRY TRADE ia invited. An examination of th« Stock 
will be sufficient. 

Yoa will be dealt with at our Branch House in Wilmington on the 
same liberal terms as if you went in person to Baltimore. 

Don't forg:et th.e ITuna-ber, 
11 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, N. C, 

Branch of 149 Gay Street, Baltimore. 



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DAVIS, WILLIAM E, butcher, stall 9 city market, r Mar- 
ket, cor 15tli. 

Davis, Wtn J, printer at Morning Star, r :3d, bet Red Cross 
and C'ampbell. 

Davis, Wm 0, printer at Morning Star, r 3d, bet Ked Cross 
and Campbell. 

DaSILVA, W H, book-keeper with Sol B -ar & Bros, r Front, 
nr Walnut. 

DAVES, GtiAHAM, of DeRosset & Co, r Market, bet 2d & 
3d. 

DAVID, ABRAH \M, of David & Weil, r 2d, bet Dock and 
Orange. 

DAVID & WEIL, (Abrm David and S Raj Weil) mer 
tailors and clothiers, 27 Market, See adv. 

DAWSON, JAMES, banker, Front, bet Market and Princess, 
r Front, cor Chesnut. 

DAWSON, JOHN, dry goods, and of Dawson, Teel & Ken- 
ning, and Fres Wil N C Life Ins Co, 19 and 21 Market, 
r 2d, near Dock. See adv. 

DAWSON, TEEL & HENNING, (John Dawson, Geo Teel 
and Robt Henning) hardware and agricultural imple- 
ments, 19 Market. See adv. 

Deal, Mary, wid of Evan, r Bladen, bet 6th and Tth. 

Deal, Mary E, r Bladen, bet 4th and 5th. 

DEANS, JAMES, book-keeper with Edward Kidder & Sons, 
r 5th, bet Orange and Ann. 

DeForrest, Blanch, r 4th, cor Castle. 

De JASSIENSKI, J, prof music, and prof at Mrs Ransom's 
Seminary, r 6th, cor Dock. 

Delane, Riper, P O route agt W, C «fe A R R, r Grist Station. 

Delaney, Dennis, tailor with Sol Bear <fe Bros, r Front, bet 
Walnut and Red Cross. 

Delaney, J L, r 4th, cor Queen. 

DEN BY, JOHN W, carpenter, r Bhiden, bet 4th and 5th. 

Denby, Mary A, r Bladen, bet 4th and 5th. 

DENIKE, THEODORl^, distiller of turpentine, foot of Har- 
nett and Princess, col- Water, r Purcell House. 

DENMARK, J W, book-keeper with Alex Oldham, r Front 
nr Mulberry. 



Commission Merchant, 

AND DEALER IN 

Flour, Bacon, Corn, Meal, &c., 

22 and 24 NOETH WATER STREET, 

wiLMisrcTosr, n. g. 

je®=- Oonsitrnments and Cash Orders f elicited. 

GODFREY HART, 

SiTrtt0n antr Commission mtxch^nt 

AND DEALER IN 

DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, 

Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, 

CROm, GUSSME, LAMPS, eOSEN[ OlUc 

No. 7 Market St., Wilmington, N. 0. 

Jas. W. Lippitt&Co., 

[Successors to Win. H. Lippitt.'] 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



^«sK* \«:?^^»%* xssi-J- \s:\l V^';". ^^iSs ^^si*' ^it^ v^sss;:^ 
N. E. comer Front and Market Streets, 

^S\^ILMINaTO]Sr,N. c. 



u 

Dent, William, pattern maker, W & W R R, r Hanover, bet 
2d and 3d. 

DeROSSET, a J, of DeRosset & Co, r N E cor Dock and 2d. 

DeROSSET, a L, of DeRosset & Co, r S E cor 5th and Mar- 
ket. 

DeRosset, Elizabeth A, r 3d, cor Market. 

DeRosset, L H, r 2d^ cor Dock. 

DeROSSET, T C, gen'l insurance agent. Water, bet Market 
and Princess, r 2d, cor Dock. 

DeROSSET, W L, of DeRosset & Go, r Ann, bet 3d and 4th. 

DeROSSET & CO. (A J, W L and A L DeRosset and a 
Daves) shipping and com mers and gen'l ins agts^ 5 N 
Water. 

Desmond, Laura M, r 4th, bet Church and Castle. 

DEUMELANDT, AUGUST, restaurant, 19 N Water, and 
grocer, 4th, cor Brunswick, r 4th, cor Brunswick. 

DEVANE, D J, of W S & D J Devane, r 3d, bet Nun and 
Ann. 

DEVANE, W S, of W S & D J Devane, r 3cl, bet Nun and 
Ann. 

DEVANE, W S & D J, ( Wm S and Duncan J Devane,) 
attorneys at law, 20 Market. 

Dew, David C, r McRae, cor Red Cross. 

Dew, Mary E, r McRae,. cor Red Cross. 

Dick, Sarah, wid John, 3d^ bet Orange and Dock. 

Dickinson, Mrs Alice H, wid Piatt, r Front, cor Chesnut. 

Dicksey, Adelia, r Front, cor Chesnut. 

Dicksey, P T, baggage master W & W R R, r 6th, cor Cas- 
tle. 

Dickson, Jesse J, lab, r Front, cor Church. 

Dickson, Mrs Margaret, wid Dr James, r Front, bet Chesnut 
and Mulberry. 

Dinensbach, Wm, shoemaker with J G Voss, r 23 S Front. 

])inglehoef, M J, watches and jewelry, 55 Market, r 5th, bet 
Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Dixon, Ann, r Dock, bet 7th and 8th. 

Dixon, Nancy, wid John E, r Surry, nr Castle. 



95 



NAVASSA 6DAN0 G0>, 

or •WILMHTGTOIT. 



MANUFACTURERS OF ACIDS, 



AND OF THE 



Patent hum Ammoniated Solutile Pliospliate, 

ITorth. Water Street. 



SOLUBLE 

NAVASSA GUANO, 

MANUFACTURED BY THE 

NAVASSA GUANO GOMPT, 

OE WILMISTGTOSr, F. G. 



It has given entire satisfaction on COEN, COTTON, TOBACCO, 
and all small grain, root crops and vegetables, t a which it has been 
applied. 

For its merits we refer to all planters who have used it. 

>^* Send for Circulars. 
R R. BRIDGERS, President. D, MaoRAE, Treasury and Sec'y. 
C. L. GRAFFLIN, Superintendent. 

DIKECTORS : 

EDWARD KIDDER, J. ELI GREGG, 

F. W. KERCHNER, W. E. LAWTON, 

GEO. W. GRAFFLIN, JNO. C. GRAFFLIN. 



9C 

Doares, William H, engineer, r 4th, bet Queea and Wooster. 

Dolan, Wm, canlker, r Nutt, ab Walnut. 

DOLLAR STORE, KEYES, H & CO, Front, bet Dock and 

Orange. See adv, last paoje. 
Donlan, Margaret, r Princess, bet 0th and 10th. 
Donlan, Patrick, r Princess, bet 9th and 10th. 
Donlan, Timothy, siipt Oakdale Cemetery, r Princess, bet 9th 

and 10th. 
DOSHER, DIEDRICH, family groceries, 3d, cor Walnut. ' 
Dosher, Elizabeth, r 5th, cor Princess. 
Dougherty, Ann, wid Daniel^ r 5th, bet Castle and Queen. 
Doughty, Henry IS, carpenter, W & W R R, r Campbell, bet 

3d and 4th. 
DOUGLASS, THOMAS J, butcher, stall 12 city maiket, r 

5th, bet Queen and Castle. 
Dove, James, carpenter with W & W R R. 
Doyle, Geo W, elk with Harriss & Howell, r 2d, nr Nun. 
Drane, Henry M, builder and contractor, r 5th, cor Chesnut. 
Dray, James D, with Joseph H Neff, r 5th, bet Hanover and 

Brunswick. 
Drew, Alfred B, elk with S Blossom, r tth, cor Castle. 
Dudley, Fannie W, r Market, bet 4th and 5th. 
DUDLEY, G L, Auditor W & W R R, r Market, bet 4th & 

5th. 
DUDLEY, JOHN L, inspector of lumber with G Parsley, 

Sr, r 6th, bet Mulberry and Walnut 
Dudley, Mary A, r 6th, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Dudley, Robert, elk with Cape Fear Fibre Co, r Front, bet 

Wright and Dawson. 
Duguid, Laveuia L, r McRae, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Duguid, Mary E, r McRae, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Duguid, Wra H, carpenter, r McRae, bet Mulberry and Wal- 
nut. 
Duke, Mrs Elizabeth, wid of John, r 2d, nr Market. 
Duls, Catharine, r 2d, cor Hanover. 
Dunham, Eliza J, r 4th, cor Ashe. 
Dunham, Jane H, r Walnut, bet 3d and 4th. 
Dunham, Minnie, r Walnut, brt 3d and 4th, 



97 





Comer Sycamore and Bank Streets, 



Single Meals, - 
Board Per Day, 
Board Per Week, 



- 50 cents, 
$1 75 " 
$10 00. 



The TABLE will be supplied with the best the 
Market affords. 

Liberal Terms by the Month. 

J. N. JUDKINS, 

PROPRIETOR. 



I cm oii'y say to my old friends from North Carolina, where I 

have so long been a citizen among them, that in my new calling, ius 

Proprieror of the GURLEY HOUSE, t'ley will be graciously received 

and ent'^rtaioed second to no hotel in the United States. 
L 



98 

Duuhani, Satijiiel \V, inspector of tiinber with G Parsley, 

Sr, r 4tli, cor AhHc. 
Dwioelle, Isabella C, r Red Cross, cor 2d. 
Dwinelle, Justin, physician, and saw mill, Yorkville, i Red 

Cross, cor 2d. 
Dyer, John, cutter witii Mun.son & Co, r Market, bet Dth and 

10th. 

B. 

tankman, A, lab, r cor Front and Church. 

Karly, Maria M, wid Moses, r Orange, bet Front and 2d. 

Ebeck, R, special U S asst assessor, r Piircell House. 

Kbert, Mary S, r 7th, bet Church and Castle. 

Eden, Ellen, wid of William, r Dock, bet 6th and 7t]>. 

Eden, Margaret, r Dock, bet f'.th and 7th. 

EDWARDS, J J, of Edwards cl' Hall, 4tl), bet Red Cross & 

Walnut. 
EDWARDS & HALL, (J J Edwards and B F Hall) whol & 

ret grocers and com mers, 3 S Water. 
Egan, Edward J, book-keeper, r Church, cor 2d. 
EUrbeck, Henry, cigar maker, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 
Eilers, E H, book-keeper with H B Eilers, r oth, cor Orange. 
EILERS, H B, com raer, 2 S Water, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Eilers, Lilian J, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Eilers, Matilda A D, r 5th, cor Orange. 

Eilerby, Benj, (c) boot and shoe maker, Ann, bet 6th <Sc 7tli. 
Eilers,' Mary, r Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
Elli«, Alvord, boat builder and repairer, Water, bet Ann and 

Nun, r 2d, bet Orange and Ann. 
ELLIS, CHAS S, correspondent clerk with Williams & Mur- 

chison, r 2d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Ellis, J H, carpenter with W c^' W R R. 
Ellis, Joseph J, with W, C iS; A R R, r Farmers' Hotel. 
Elsbach, Jacob, of Loeb & Elsbach, r 2d, bet Nun & Church. 
El well, Chas S, with D A Smith, r Red Cross, bet* 3d & 4th- 
Ehvell, Eli V, bookbinder with P Heinsberger, r Red Cross, 

bet .3d and Itk 



99 



National Saloon 



—AND- 



Roslauranl, 

UNDER THE NATIONAL HOTEL 

Front, between Princess and Market Streets. 



THE BEST OF LIQUOKS only will be served. 

Choice brands of TOBACCO and CIGARS. 

OYSTERS in every style in season. 

Prompt attention will be paid to all orders by day and 
nifjlit. 



100 

EMPIE, ADAM, hwryer, Princess, bet Front and 2d, r Front, 
bet Ann and Nun. 

EMPIE, WM R, lawyer, Princess, bet Front and 2d, r Front, 
bet Ann and Nunn. 

ENGELHARD, JOSEPH A, of Engelhard & Price, r 3d, 
cor Chesnut. 

ENGELHARD & PRICE, (Joseph A Engelhard and Alfred 
L Price) editors and proprietors of the Daily and Weekt 
ly Journal and job printing office, Princess, bet Fron- 
and 2d. 

Episcoiial Church, St James, Market, cor 3d 

Episcopal Church, St John's, 3d, cor Red Cross. 

Episcopal Church, St Paul's (colored) 4th, cor Orange. 

Ervin, G W, painter, r Farmers' Hotel. 

Etheridge, S R, carpenter with W & W R R. 

ETTINGER, WILLIAM, dry goods, clothing, &c, 15 Mar- 
ket, r National Hotel. See adv. 

Evans, Allen, (c) barber S Front, bel Market, r 6th, nr Ches- 
nut. 

Evans, Catharine E, r 5th, Cor Red Cross. 

Evans, Eliza, wid of Gideon, r 5th, cor Red Cross. 

Evans, Elizabeth J, r 2d, bet Orange and Ann. 

Evans, H C, elk with G R Frencli & Son, r 4th, cor Dock. 

Evans, J J, conductor VV, C & A R R, r 4th, cor Red Cross. 

Evans, Robt B, printer, r 5th, cor Red Cross. 

EVANS, THOMAS, of J R Blossom ct Evans, rNun, bet 2d 
and 3d. 

Everett, Edward, conductor W <t W R R, r Front, cor Nun. 

Everett, Douglass, fruits and confectioneries. Water, cor 
iMulberry. 

Everett, John A, elk with Smith tt Strauss, r Mulberry, bet 
Tth and 8th. 

EYERITT, S S, dentist. Market, bet Front and 2d, r Front, 
bet Princess and Chesnut. 

Elwell, Cecelia A, r Walnut, bet 5th and 6th. 

Elw(]\ William, clerk, r Walnut, bet 5th and 6tL 

Elwell, Flora, r Walnut, bet 5th and 6th. 

EYDEN, R F, saloon and restaurant, 2d, bet Princess and 
Market. See ad(r. 



101 




SHRIER BROS., 

Miercliaiit Tailors, 



AND DEALERS 



Fine CnstoBi Maie ClotliM anJ (jenllemen's 

Furnishings Goods, 

TOGETHER WITH A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Boys' ani Toutli's ClotMi, Hats and Caps, 

NO. 3 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. G. 

• » ■ 

Clothing made to order in the most fashionaMe style and 
at short notice. 
$fS- Special Goods purchased in NewYork to order. -53* 



GEORGE HONNET 



-DEALER IN — 



WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, 

SILVER AND PLATED WARE, 

French and American Clocks, Fancy Goods, 
GOLD AND STEEL SPECTACLES, &c., 

STo. 53 Market Street, 

^WILMISTGTOF, ST. C. 

W^ "Watches and Jewelry Eepaired and Warranted. 



S. SOLOMON. 



L. SOLOMON- 



L SOLOMON & CO., 

— DEALERS IN— 

FANCy ANO STAPLE OR! 800DS, , 

And every article to be found in a First-Class Dry Goods House. 

BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, 
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &c., 

»rO. 22 MARKET STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



10:: 

r. 

Fairlev, J M, of Fairley, Mclver «t Co, r National Hotel. 
FAIRLEY, MclVER & CO, (J M Fairley, J T Mclver and J 

A Nicholson) grocers and com mer's, Water, bel Mul- 
berry. 
FALCONER, ALEX, of Falconer k Son and W J Penton, r 

3d, cor Campbell. 
FALCONER, WM A, of Falconer «fe Son and W J Penton, r 

8th, cor Princess. 
FALCONER & SON, (Alex and Wm A Falconer) bides and 

leather, Water, nr Mulberry. 
Fanning, P W, painter, r Front, bel Orange. 
Farr, Georgiana E, r Ann, bet 6th and 7th. 
FARMERS' HOTEL, Nutt, ab Mulberry. 
Farrow, Elizabeth, r 7th, cor Church. 
Farrow, Joel E, elk with G k C Bradley, r Dock, bet 7th and 

8th. 
Farrow, Joseph F, machinist, r 5th, bet Church and Castle. 
Faulk, Mary, r 3d, bet Castle and Church. 
Fechtman, John, with H Shutte, r Market, ab 2d. 
Feehen, Mary J, r Church, cor 2d. 

FEMALE SEMINARY, (Mrs Robt Ransom's) 5th, cor Dock. 
Fennell, Charlotte C, r Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
FENNELL, OWEN, Jr, County Treasurer and book-keeper 

with S R Birdsey, r Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
Fernburger, Julius, elk with Sol Bear & Bros, r Front, bet 

Walnut and Mulberry. 
Ficke, Henry, with H Kordlander, r 4th, cor Hanover. 
Fillyaw, De Leon, transfer agent W & W and W, C & A R R, 

r 4th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 
Fillyaw, D L, conductor W <fe W R R, r 4th, bet Bladen and 

Harnett. 
Fillyaw, Ella K, r 4th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 
Fillyaw, Julia G, wid of Owen L, r 4th, bet Bladen and Har- 
nett. 
FILLYAW, OSCAR M, family groceries, 4th, cor Bladen, r 

4th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 
Filly au, St John, elk with Shricr Bros, r 4th, bet Bladen and 

Harnett: 



103 

Branch of 481 Broadway, New York, 



No. 15 Market Street, 

DRY GOODS, 

HATS AIVD GAPS, d^c. 

LADIES' FANCY FURS, 

rUBS BOUGHT FOR OUB NEW YORK HOUSE. 

|i!ili9ig(m|| ®iJlif|, 

No. 34 Market Street, 

T^iLMiNaToisr, N. c. 



All work executed in the best style. Old Pictures copied and mnde 
66 good as new. 



104 

Fincko, Herman, groceries and liquors, 2d, nr Market. 
Finger, J F, supt with Edward Kidder A- Sons, r nr Cowan 

Mills. 
FINLAYSON, A J, of Finlayson .fc Bro and G A Newell *fe 

Co, r Goldsboro'. 
Finlayson, H W, elk with Finlayson ct Bro, r 7th, cor Wal- 
nut. 
FINLAYSON, M U, of Finlayson ct Bro and G A Newell & 

Co, r 7th, cor Walnut. 
FINLAYSON & BRO, (M U and A J Finlayson) bot^ts and 

shoes, 8 N Front, See adv. 
Finley, Eobt, machinist, W & W R R, r 2d, bet Bladen and 

Harnett. 
Finn, Patrick, lab, r Front, ab Ann. 

FISHBLATE, E R, of Fishblate & Bro, r National Hotel. 
FISHBLATE, S H, of Fishblate & Bro, r National Hotel. 
FISHBLATE & BRO, (S H and E R Fishblate) dry goods 

and clothing, 23 Market. See adv. 
Fishblate, S A, elk Avith Fishblate & Bro, r National Hotel. 
Fitts, Hannah L, teacher Wilston School, r 7th, cor Nun. 
FITZGERALD, JOHN, captain of police, r 8th, cor Chesnut. 
Fitzgerald, John F, Butcher, r S E cor 8tli and Chesnut. 
Fitzgerald, Margaret, r S E cor 8th and Chesnut. 
FLACK, GEO D, dep Clerk Superior Court New Hanover 

County, r 3d, bet Church and Castle. 
FLANAGAN, L, millinery goods and notions, 42 Market. 

See adv. 
Flanner, Bennet, r Front, bet Walnut and Red Cross. 
Flanner, Charles, master of transportation W ct W R R, r 

Front, bet Red Cross and Walnut. 
FLANNER, H G, of Green & Flanner, r Front, bet Walnut 

and Rod Cross. 
Flanner, Mrs Susan A, wid of Bennet, r Front, bet Walnut 

and Red Cross. 
Fleet, James, stevedore, r Front, bel Ann. 
Fleming, B A, machinist with Hart & Baily, r 6th, bet Bla- 
den and Harnett. 
Fleming, Louisa, groceries, Princess, bet 3d and 4th. 



105 



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country and the BEST FAMILY PAPEB in the State. 

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opinion ; it guarantees to all others the same privilege. 

Its Editor appeals to every fair, unpredjudiced mind to sustain him 
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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, 

See Post Job Printing Card on page 107. 



106 

Flowers, Emeline, r cor Anderson unci Rankin. 

Flowers, John T, r cor Anderson and Eankin. 

Floyd, T B, carpenter, r Queen, bet 9tli and lOth. 

Folstead, John A, blacksmith with W, C & A R R, r Church, 
bet 4th and 5th. 

Folstead, John P, blacksmith with W, C <t A RR, r Church, 
bet 4th and 5th. 

Forrest, John J, r 4th, cor Church. 

Forrest, John, of Hewlett and Forrest, r 4th cor Church. 

Foster, F W, r Red Cross, cor 2d. 

Fowler, N R, r Front, bet Nun and Church. 

Fowler, Rowland V, farmer, r Front, bet Nun and Church. 

Fowler, Wm G, r Front, cor Ann. 

Fowler, W G, Jr, elk with J S Higbie, r Front, bet Nun and 
Church. 

Fox, George A, engineer Avith W tt W R R, r 9th, bet Prin- 
cess and Chesnut. 

Frank, Jacob, elk with Sol Bear & Bros, r Clifford House. 

Franklin, Mrs Clara, r 4th, cor Wooster. 

Freeman, Isabella J, r Front, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 

FREEMAN, JOHN H, Dr, dentist, 2d, cor Market, r 3d, bet 
Ann and Orange. 

Freeman, Sarah E, wid of John, r 3d, cor Orange. 

FREEMAN, W E, physician, r Front, bet Chesnut and Mul- 
berry. 

Fremont, Richard L, r Front, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

FREMONT, S L, Engin'r and Supt W (feW R R and W, C A 
A R R, r Front, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

Fremont, S L, Jr, r Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

FRENCH, B T, of Mclntyre & French, r 6th, cor Mulberry. 

French, Chas E, elk with Geo R French & Son, r 4th, cor 
Dock. 

French, Eliza D, r 4th, cor Dock. 

FRENCH, GEO R, of Geo R French & Son, r 4th, cor Dock. 

FRENCH, GEO R, Jr, of Geo R French & Son, r 4th, cor 
Dock. 

FRENCH, GEO R & SON, (Geo R, Sr, Geo R, Jr, Wm A 
and James McD French) wholesale and retail dealers in 
boots and shoes, 29 N Front. 



107 



POST 





I 



WILMINGTON, N. C, 

IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST SOUTH OF 

BALTIMORE. 

NEW YORK PRICES ARE SUSTAINED AND 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, 



CHARLES I. GRADY 

Printer and Publisher of the " POST, " 

THE FEOFLE'S PAPER. 



108 

FEENCH, GEO Z, of Bladen Land Co, member of Legisla- 
ture and planter, r Mulberry, cor 3d. 
French, James McD, of Geo R French & Son, r Dock, bet 4th 

and 5th. 
FRENCH, IIOBT S, attorney at law, Princess, cor Front, r 

6th, cor Mulberry. 
French, W A, of Geo R French <fc Son, r 4th, bet Dock and 

Orange. 
French, W R, r Mulberry, cor 6th. 
Freshwater, S, carpenter with W & W R R. 
Frink, Samuel, salesman with Williams <fc Murchison, r 

Orange, bet 4th and 5th. 
Frost, Charles L, tinner with J Childs, r 6th, bet Queen and 

Wooster. 
Frost, Emma, r 4th, bet Nun and Church. 
Frost, Florence A, r 6th, bet Queen and Wooster. 
Frost, Mary E, wid of Augustus T, r 6th, bet Queen and 

Wooster. 
Fuller, Edward J, P O messenger river mail. 
Fulton, Mrs C A, wid of David, r 4th, bet Princess and Ches- 

nut. 
Furgus, Daniel, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Furlong, Walter, elk with J E Lippitt & Co, r Church, bet 2d 

and 3d. 
Futch, Amanda S, r Front, bet Church and Castle. 

6. 

Gaddy, S F, wid of John W, r 5th, bet Market and Princess, 
Galloway, Amos, of Shoemaker, Green & Co, r 4th, bet 

Bninswick and Bhiden. 
Gallowav, John W, of J W Galloway & Co, r 4 S Water. 
GALLOWAY, J W A CO, (J W Galloway and P Prioleau,) 

groceries, fruit etc, 4 S water. 
Ganyer, Chas H, elk with J G Beauman, r 4th, bet Dock and 

Orange. 
Gardner, A, lab with W &: W R R. 
GARDNER, H R, of G G Barker & Co, r Boston, Mass. 



109 



SOUTH SIDE 



AND 



Enptio&iige&cjf. 

For the encouragement and direction of Northern and 
European Settlers into this State; for tlie Purchase and Sale 
of Keal Estate, and Negotiate Loans, &c. 

OFFICE: 

67 Old street, Petersburg, 

VIRGINIA. 



no 

•Gartlucr, J D, Jr, conductor W, C <fc A R R, r Chesnut, bet 

8th and 9th. 
'Gardner, J D, r Mulberry, cor -ith. 
Gardner, Thomas M, dep Sheriff N Hanover county, r 4th, 

bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Garrison, Elizabeth, r Front, bet Nun and Chesnut. 
OAS LIGHT CO, WILMINGTON, office Princess, bet Front 

and 2d. 
Gause, Anna C, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Gause, Ella, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Gause, Fannie, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Gause, J F, elk with North Carolina Beneficial Association, 

r Market, bet Front and 2d. 
Gause, Mary A, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
GAUSE, PETER W, elk with T M Haddock, r Dock, cor Gth. 
Gause, Samuel C, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Gause, Samuel P, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Gay, H B, carpenter with W & SV R R. 
Gay, Henry B, family groceries, 4th, cor Harnett. 
GAY, SOLOMAN, saloon and Restaurant, National 'Hotel, r 

9th, cor Chesnut. See adv. 
GEORGE, E P, insurance agent, 4 N Water, r Front, cor 

Nun. 
Gerald, John, butcher, stall 20 city market, r 4tl), nr 

Brunswick. 
Gerard, Mrs Ravine, r Cape Fear House. 
Gerdes, John William, elk with G C W Miiller, r 4th, cor 

Castle. 
Gerken, Mrs Annie, r cor Gth and Mulberry. 
Gerken, Catharine M, r cor Gth and Mulberry. 
Gerken. C J, elk with H B Eilers, r Gth, cor Mulberry. 
Gerkan, Neal, family grocey, r cor Gth and Mulberry. 
GERKEN, W H, agt liquor dealer and agt N C Beneficial 

Association, US Front, r Gth, cor Mulberry. 
Gerrell, John F, of Gerrell & Til ley, r cor 4th and Bladen. 
TERRELL & TILLEY (John F Gerrell and Fletcher Tilley) 
butchers, r 4th, bet Brunswick and Bladen. 



Ill 

WILMINGTON 

lEON m COFFEE HOHES 

AND 

MACHINE SHOP, 

Front Street, below Market, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Dealers and Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Pea 
Nut Machines, Sugar and other Mills, Gin Gear, 
Cotton Screws and Presses, Turpentine 
Stills, and all kinds of Castings and Ma- 
chinery made or repaired. Also, 
Packing and Belting, Wood 
Moulding, Brackets, Newell 
Posts, Stair Railing, 
&c., of the latest 
patterns. 

HART (fc BAILEY. 



112 

GIBBONS, RT REV JAMES, D D, Vicar Apostolic of North 

Carolina, r Dock, bet 2cl and 3d. 
Gilbert, Ashley, elk at Ist National Bank of Wilmington, r 

5 th J nr Dock, 
viilbert, 11 D, lumher insi)ector with Northro}) & Camming 

r 5th, bet Dock and Orange. 
Gilbert, James, tinner with W S: W R R. 
GILBERT, JOHN F, family groceries, r Walnut, cor 0th. 
Gilbert, Katie, r 5th, bet Orange and Dock. 
Gilbert, Mrs Sarah A, r 7th, cor Castle. 

Gilchrist, W, elk with .Aaron & Rheinsteio, r National Hotel- 
Giles, Clayton, salesman with Williams & Murchison, r 

Front, cor Princess. 
GILES, NORWOOD, insurance agent, r Front, cor Chesnut. 
Gillespie, Eliza C, wid of George F, r Dock, cor 6th. 
GILLICAN, ELIZA ANN, pro;)rietres8 Farmers' Hotel, r 

Nutt, ab Mulberry. 
Gillican, Newton, printer at Journal office, r McRae, bet 

Mulberry and Walnut. 
Gillican, Charles, engineer steam tug Al[)ha, r on steamer. 
G-illi;,'an, Picket, huckster, r .Market, cor 7th. 
Gill, R J, blacksmith with VV & W R R, r Farmers' Hotel. 
Glavin, C M, chief of watch with W & W R R. 
Glavin, Edwanl, watchman with W <Sc W R H, .• Farmers' 

Hotel. 
Glavin, Patrick, boiler maker with. W & W R R, r Walnut^ 

bet 3d and 4th. 
Gleaves, Berry, salesman with Dawson, Teel & Henning, r 

3d, nr Bladen. 
Gooding, Furney, lab, r otli, nr Swium. 
Gooding, Jolm, watchman with O G Par.sli-y, Sr, r Taylor, 

bet Trh and 8th. 
Goodman, B, elk with Wni G lodmun, r otii, nr Mulberry. 
Goodman. William, watchniiui with W cV W R R, r 8th, cor 

Dawson. 
Goodman, Wm, dry goods, clothing, c^^'c. 10 Market and 48 

Water, r .".tli. cor Mulherrv 



113 



M for the Poor! 

3,000 ACRES 

OF LAND IN 40 ACRE FARMS. 



Three thonsfmd acres of good farming lauds, situated near Town 
Creek, in Brans svick Couutj', will be sold to se tl'-rs, at from $2 50 to 
$5 00 an acre. 

The tract will be cut up into 

m MMBM Ii#T»t 

AND SOLD FOR 

25 Cents an Acre, Cash. 

Tircnlii-fire cents (tn acre in cue year, and_/H"e years in which to pay 
the i)alauce. 

TEN DOLLAHS CASH, 

BUYS A FARM OP FORTY ACRES. 

This is a rare chance to secure a farm and a home. 
Apply to 

GEO. W. PRICE, Jr, 
WilmimgiBm, M, €'. 

Ai Offic:' of Mechanics Association, over S. M. Wcsi's Auction Rooms. 
M 



114 

Gordon, Louis, jjoliie, r 6th. bet .Swann and Nixon. 

Gordon, Willian), watclunan with W, C & A R R, r Dawson, 

bet 6th and Ttli. 
Gore, Iredell, com nier, r Orange, bet 8d and 4tli. 
Gore, Julia, r Orange, bet 3d and 4th. 
More, Victoiia, r Oiange, bet Hd and 4th. 
Gore, W J, r Orange, bet 3d and 4th. 
Gornto, Mary T, wid of David R, r Ann, bet 5th and 6th. 
Gottberg, Nathan, dry gtxtds and clothin;.', 46 Market. 
GRABAU, WILLIAM F, \uor ul music, r 3d, bet Red Cross 

and Mulberry. 
GRADY, B F, Yif-e Pres and Treas Wilmington N C Life 

Ins Co, r National Hotel. 
GRADY, CHAS I, editor and propr of The Post, r 6th, cor 

Ann. See advs. 
GRAFLIN, CHRISTOPHER L, supt of Navassa Guano Co, 

r Red Cross, bet 2d and 3d. 
Graflin, Ellie T, r Red Cros.-^, bet 2d and 3d. 
Graham,, Archibald, book-keeper with Williams & Murchi- 

son, r 3d, nr Chesnut. 
Grand Army of Republic Hall, N Water, bel Market. 
GRAINGER, ISAAC B, cashier James Dawson's banking 

house, r Dock, cor 6th. 
Grant, Ella E, r N W cor 9th and Market. 
Grant, Eugenia D, r N W cor 9th and Market. 
Grant, Mrs Melvina A, r cor Market and 9th. 
Grant, Richard H, farmer, r cor 9th and Market. 
Grant, William, machinist with W & W R R, r Hanover 

bet 2d and 3d. 
Greafel, I, cooper, foot of Castle, r 3d, bet Church and Nun. 
Greelish, Ellen, wid of Coleman, r Nutt, ab Walnut. 
Greenberg, R, of D Newman and Greenberg, r 13 Market. 
GREEN, W fl, of GREEN & PLANNER, r Purcell House. 
GKEEN & PLANNER, (Wm H Green and H G Planner,) 

drugs, chemicals, &c, 47 Market, and 4th, cor Hanover. 
Green, Edward, at distillery of A H Bokkelen, r Queen, cor 

Water. 
Green, Elizabeth W, wid of John S, r Front bet Walnut and 

lied Cross. 



Hi 

J. D. ^MLLIAMS. G. W. WILLIAMS. 

K. M. MURCHISON. D. E. MURCHISON. 

WILLIAMS & MURCHISON, 
Wholesale Crioeers 

AND 

NORTFC WATER STREET, 

WilmimgUm, W. €i 



AGENTS FOR 

IXPRESS STEAMBOAT GO'S LINE TO 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C 
ALSO AGENTS FOR 

STEAMSHIPS AND SAILING LINES OF 

YEvSSELS TO NEW YOKK 



Agents for the folio-wing factories — Yarns and Slieeticgs : 

LITTLE RIYER MILLS, 
BEAYER CREEK MILLS, 

RANDOLPH MILLS. 

BEPRESENTED BY 

MURCHISON 8c CO., 151 Front Street, New York. 
J. D. WILLIAMS 8l CO., Fayetteville, N. C. 



116 

GREEN, GEORGE W, clerk of city Market, r McRae, cor 
Dudley. 

Green, G W, policeman, r Castle, bet 7th and Sth, 

Green, Hugh, lab at gas works. 

Green, James G, master of transportation W, C it A R R, r 
Nun, cor 2d. 

Green, James S, elk with Barry Bros, r 2d, cor Nun. 

Green, M M, P O route agt W <fe W R R, r Front, bet Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Green, William A, of Shoemaker, Green & Co, r Sth, bet 
Orange and Ann. 

Greenhood, M, elk with D tt J Newman, r Orange, cor 2d. 

Greer, Caroline, r Dock, bet 7th and Sth. 

Greer, David J, elk telegraph office, r Dock, bet 7th and 8th 

Greer, John, tinner with A H NefF, r Dudley, bet 0th <t 10th' 

Gregory, Wm H, carpenter with W ct W R R. 

Griffith, John, sailmaker, 22 S Water, r 6th, cor Castle. 

Griffith, Maria A, r 6th, cor Castle. 

Griffith, W H, baggage master Vi <k W R R, r 6th, cor Cas. 
tie. 

GRISWOLD, WALTER, U S asst en g'r Cape Fear river im- 
provement, Princess, bet Front and 2d, r Purcell House- 
Gross, Rev Mark S, Priest at St Thomas' Catholic Church . 
r Dock, bet 2d and 3d. 

Grotgen, George, bottler of soda water and ginger pop, Cas- 
tle, bet Front and 2d. 

Grotgen, J H, grocer, 42.\ N Water. 

GROTGEN, AVM H, family groceries. Front, cor Castle. 

Grove, Sophia A, r Mulberry, cor 7th. 

Gutherie, Michael C, elk with Joseph A Cliiford, r Front, bet 
Market and Princess. 

Guttenberg, lab Avith W c% W R R.. 

H. 

Haar, Adelia, r 7th, cor Chesnut. 

JEaar, I>nry, Jr, of J & H Haar, r 2(1, cor Princess. 

HAAR, HENRY, Sr, grocer and liquor dealer, r 7th, cor 

Chesnut. 
HAAR, JOHN, Sr, grocer, r Walnut, bet 2d and 3d. 
Haar, John, Jr, of J <fc H Haar, r 2d, cor Princess. 



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Haar, J So H, (Jolm Haaji-, Jr, aud Henry Haar, Jr,) frainily 
grocerics and saloon, 2d, cor Princess. 

Haar, Martin, elk -with Henry Haar, r 7tli, cor Cliesnut. 

HADDOCK, T M, publisher and compiler of City Directory, 
Market, ab Front, r National Hotel. 

HADEN, P H, coach maker, 3d, bet Market and Princess, i 
5th, bet Church and Nun. 

HaJe, Da^dd L, blacksmith with W, C <fe A E E, Front, bet 
Church and Castle. 

Haigh, J C, elk with James Anderson &. Co, r Orange, bet 
Front and 2d. 

Hall, B F, of Edwards k Hall, r -ith, bet Eed Cross cfe Wal- 
nut. 

HALL, EDWARD D, of Hall & Byrne, r Front, bet Prin- 
cess and Cliesnut. 

Hall, Edward L, r Front, bet Princess and Cliesnut. 

Hall, Eliza W, r Front, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

HALLETT, B A. of Martin (fe Hallett, r 4th, bet Eed Cro^s 
and Walnut. 

Hall, George, master machinist Avith W, C ct A E E, r 4th, nr 
Orange. 

Hall, Johanna J, r 9th, bet Dudley aud Chesnut. 

Hall, Lucy, r Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

HALL, SAMUEL G, foreman office The Post, r McEae, cor 
Mulberry. 

HALL, SAMUEL L, book-keeper at National Hotel, r same. 

Hall, Watson, groceries. Church, cor Front.. 

Hamner, C A, elk with Willard Bros, r Front, cor Princess.. 

Hanby, Joseph H, carpenter with W & W E E. 

Hanchey, Owen E, butcher, stall 19 city market, r Queen, 
bet 5tli and Gth. 

HANCOCK, E T, of Hancock & Daggett, rAun, cor oth. 

HANCOCK & DAGGETT— E T Hancock and W T Dag- 
gett —paints, oils, glass, &c, 5 Market. 

Hankins, M M, machinist with W ct W E E, r 4th, bet Bla- 
den and Brunswick. 

Hankins, W M, elk with Nathaniel Jacobi, r Eed Cross, cor 
4th. 



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NATHAN MATER, 

Post Office Alley, 

WILMIFGTOW, N. G., 
Importer, Wholesale Dealer and Eectifier 

m FINE WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, m 

RUM, WHISKIES, &c.; 

Agent for the following choice andj celebrated brands of fine 
Whiskies : 

SMITH'S RYE, TOM MOORE'S RYE, 
LYNCHBURG RYE, BOONE'S (Ky.) BOURBON 

ZINGARI BITTERS, 
KOOPMAN'S ANTI-DYSENTERY BITTERS, &c. 

Also all the choice brands of FINE CIGARS, orders from the 
trade Fo'.icited and warranted to give satisfaction. 

THOS. C. LEWIS, 

DKALER IS 

GROCERIES, FISH, FISH ROE, 

PROVISIONS, fe, 

All orders promptly attended to, anil satisfaction guaranteed, at 

]Sro. 8 Market Street, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



120 

Hnnsley, Eliza, vid of Wm II, r Campbell, bet Sd and 4tli. 

Hansley, Jolm D, r Queen, bet 9th and 10th. 

Hansley, John W, brick mason, r Queen, bet 9tth and 10th. 

Hanson, nenry, elk with Henry Reeder, r Front, cor Mul- 
berry. 

Harding, E L, of Munson & Co, r New York. 

Hardwick, J M, groceries, 59 Market, r Princess, bet 8th and 
9th. 

Hardwick, Mary J, r Princess, bet 8th and 9th. 

Hardy, J W, machinist W ct W R E. 

Hardy, Wm H, tailor with Munson & Co, r 2d, bet Nun and 
Church. 

Harker, Rebecca A, wid of James B, i 7th, bet Queen and 
Wooster. 

Harker, Wm, with W & W R R, r 5th, cor Queen. 

HARLOW, Wm L, city agt Morning Star, r 2d, cor Market. 

HARPER, J T, capt steamer A Oldham, r on steamer. 

Harper, Mary A, wid William, r Nixon, bet 5th and 6th. 

Harris, Alice, r 5th, cor Queen. 

Harris, Augustus M, r 7th, cor Hanoyer. 

Harris, Charles M, carpenter with W, C tt A R R, r 7th, cor 
Hanover. 

HARRISS, GEORGE, of Harriss ct Howell, r 6th, cor Mar- 
ket. 

Hiuiiss, George N, elk with J S Williams, r 5th, bet Dock 
and Orange. 

Harris, James H, policeman, r Orange, bet 2d and 3d. 

Harris, James H, r Church, bet 2d and 3d. 

Harris, Mrs Laura, r Market, bet 9th and 10th. 

Harris, Marion, r Market, bet 9tli and 10th. 

Harriss, Mary, r Market, bet 6th and 7th. 

Harriss, Mary P, wid of Dr W J, r Market, bet 6th and 7th 

Harris, R L, with D A Smith, r 7th, cor Hanover. 

HARRIS, THOMAS M, news and periodical dealer. Front, 
bet Market and Princess, r 7th, cor Hanover. 

Harris, Virginia, r 7th, cor Hanover. 

Harriss, William M, .lustice of the Peace, Princess, bet 2d & 
3d, r Market, bet 9th and 10th. 

HARRISS, W W, of Harriss &: Howell, r 6th nr Orange. 



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FINLAYSON & BRO. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




JCSTo. 8 North Front St., 

WILMIMQTON, N. C. 

VanOESDELL'S 
PHOTOGRAPHIC ART GALLERY, 

BetAveeii Front and Second, on Son' h side of 

JMJLIlIiET STREET, 

■WILMI2JaT03:T, 3iT. C. 



Photographs from small to life size, colored in Oil, Water, Pastile 
or India Ink. Old Dauguereotypes and otber Pictures enlarged to any 
desired size. Ivory or Porcelain pictures, all sizes, (something new 
and beautiful.) Ambrotypes, Ferreotypes, and all other styles cf Sun 
Pictures executed at this Ga'lerj in the best and most durab'e manner. 
Also constantly on hand, a full line of Picture Frames, Cord and 
Tassels, Albums, Chlamos, Plain aod Fancy Cases, etc., &c., etc. 

C. M. VaziOKSDELiL., 

Artist and Proprietor. 



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HARRISS & HOWELL— Geo Harriss, W W Harriss & A 

J Howell — sHpi^ing and com mers, Water, ab Princess. 
Harrison, B P, salesman with Jliinson & Co, r Front, nr 

Princess. 
Harrison, Wm L, elk with Dr A E Wright, N W cor Market 

and Front. 
Hart, Annie J, of Misses Kennedj and Hart, (school) r 3d, 

cor Market. 
HART, GODFREY, auctioneer and com raer, 7 Market, r 

5th, nr Nun. ISee adv. 
Hart, James, plaster-r, r Front, ab Dawson. 
HART, L A, of Hart & Bailey, r 3d, bet Orange and Dock. 
HART & BAILEY, (L A Hart and Jno C Bailey) Wil Iron 

and Copper Works and Machine Shop, Front, bet Mar- 
ket and Dock. See adv. 
Hartsfield, A A, china, glass and crockery, 25 N Front, r 

7th, bet Market and Princess. 
Hartsfield, Wm, coppersmith with W & W R R, r Hanover 

bet 2d and 3d. 
Harvey, John W, painter with J A Parker, r 7th, cor Woos- 

ter. 
Harvey, Mrs, r 6th, cor Dawson. 
Harwell, Benj S, butcher with R J Wilkinson, r Water, bet 

Chesnut and Mulberry. 
HASHAGEN, C, of Hottendorf & Hashagen, r 10 S Front. 
Hashagen, H G, family groceries, r 4th, cor Walnut. 
Hashagen, J, elk with E Peschau, r 5th, nr Walnut. 
Hashagen, Julian, elk with Adrian & Toilers, r Front, bet 

Dock and Market. 
Haskins, Maria C, r Orange, bet 2d and 3d. 
Hawes, C W, elk with Williams & Murchison, r 4th, cor 

Princess. 
Hawkins, Mrs Mary A, wid Isaac, r 5th, cor Queen. 
Hawkins, Mary C, r 5th, cor Queen. 
Hawkins, Wm M, pressman at Morning Star, r Front, nr 

Water. 
HAYS, WILLIAM M, printer at Journal office, and of Hayg 

& Watson, r 2d, cor Brunswick. 



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Land for the Poor! 



OF LAND m 40 AOEE FARMS. 



Two thousaud acres of good farming lands, situated on Long Creek, 
two miles below the town of Lilliugton, Now Hanover County, will 
be sold to settlers, at from S2 50 to S5 00 an acre. 

The tract will be cut up iuto 

40 ACRE LOTS, 

AND SOLD FOR 

25 Cents an Acre, Cash. 

Tw«nty-five cents an aere in oa» year, and Jive years in which to pay 
the balance. 

TEN DOLLARS, CASH, 

BUYS A FARM OF FORTY ACRES. 

This is a rare chance to secure a farm and a home. 
Apply to 

W. J. BIVENS, 

LILLIITCTOXT, 

Or at the Register's Office in Wibningion. 



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HAYS & WATSON, (William A[ H^ys and Tho.s V Wat 
son) butchers, stcall G city market. 

Heath, Daniel W, moulder with W, C & R R, r 2d, bet Han- 
over und Brunswick. 

HEDRICK, JNO J, with B & L Weill. 

Hedrick, Cynthia, r cor 4th and Ann. 

HEIDE. R E, grocer, fruiterer and confectioner, O S Water, 
r 2d, bet Church and Nun. 

Heins, Anna S, r 2d, bet Market add Princess. 

HEINS, JOHN F, ret groceries and liquors, Water, bel Mul- 
berry. 

Heins, John H, grocery, '2d, bet Market and Princess. 

Heins, Mary E, r 2d, bet Market and Princess. 

HEINSBERGER, P, BOOKSELLER and STATIONER, 
book binder, blank book manfr and musical instruments, 
&c, 39 Market, r Chesnut, bet 4th and 5th. 

Hemmenway Free School, 4th, nr railroad Bridge. 

Henderson, J M, produce broker, o8 N Water, r Bladen, nr 
4 th. 

HENNING, ROBERT, of Dawson, Teel & Henning, r Front, 
bet Orange and Ann. 

Herbert, Geo F, dry goods and clothing, 39 N Water, r Mar- 
ket, bet Front and 2d. 

Herring, Edu*ard, butcher with'Francis Capps, r Dawson, bet 
3d and 4th. 

Herring, E McN, elk with J A Mebane, r Princess, bet Front 
and 2d. 

Hen iiig, 101 i, butcher with Francis Capps, r Dawson, bet 3d 
and 4t]i. 

Herring, Elizabeth, wid of John, r Dawson, nr 3d. 

Hening, Susan S, wid of John F, r Ann, bet 5th and 0th. 

Herring, T J, tailor with Munson & Co, r 9th, cor Red Cross. 

Herron, Z Ann, r 8d, bet Queen and Wooster. 

Hessinger, J G, engineer with W & W R R, r 5th, cot Wal- 
nut. 

Hewett, Edward D, r 3d, nr Wooster. 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER EN 

f iiiily UfMmDS, Tm§, 

CIGARS A.:Nrr> 

Wood and Willow Ware; 

CITY HOTEL BUILDING, 
Market street, 2d door below Second. 

WILMISTGTOSr, N. G. 

JAMES J. KING, 

[Successor to Jere. J. King,] 




Stall No. 8 Market House. 



WILMINGTON. N. G, 



Beef, Mutton, Pork and Sausages of best quality 
always on hand. 
Shipiaing supplied on reasonable terms. 



12G 

Hewett, Elizabetli, wid of Matthias, r 7th^ bet Queen and 

Wooster. 
Hewett, Viola, r 4tli, bet Brunswick and Hanover. 

Hewlett, Aaron, miller, r Church, bet 5th and Cth. 
Hewlett, A T, miller with Mitchell & Hu^jgins, r Church, bet 
5th and fith. 

HEWLETT, EDWARD D, of Hewlett & Forrest, and coro- 
ner New Hanover county, N Water, r 3d, cor Wooster. 

Hewlett^ Louis M, engineer with A Oldham, r Castle, bet 4th 
and 5th, 

Hewlett, Marin., wid of Alex, r 4th, bet Hanover and Bruns- 
wick. 

Hewlett, W S, elk with Mitchell & Huggins, r Ann, cor 5th. 

HEWLETT & FORREST, (Edward D Hewlett and John 
Forrest, restaurant, W^ater, bet Market and Princess. 

Heyer, F W, clerk with John C Heyer, r cor Front and Red 
Cross. 

HEYER, JOHN C, grocer. Princess, cor Water, r cor 4th 

HIATT, CHRISTOPHER G, painter, 3d, bet Castle and 
Church, r 4th, bet Nun and Ann. 
and Red Cross. 

Hibhard, Ezekiel B, millwright with A Oldham, 5th, bet 
Princess and Chesnut. 

HIBERl^^IAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, (Hall,) Market^ 
bet Front and Water. 

Hicks, Hardy, machinist W & W R R., r 3d, cor Campbell. 

Hicks, James, drayman, r 2d, bet Queen and Wooster. 

Hicks, Rufus W, clerk with E Murray & Co, r 5th, bet Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Hicks, Thomas, hostler with Soutlierland & Steagall, r 3d, 
cor Princess. 

Hidcn, Rev J C, Pastor l.st Bai)tist Church, r 7th, cor 
Chesnut. 

Higglcty, Dorothy, r Dawson, bet 4tl' and 5th. 

Highsmith, John Her.rv, blacksmith, r 4th, bet Queen and 
Castle. 

Highsmith, William N, black.sniith, r 4tl), bet Queen and 
Castle- 



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RICtlM^OlSrD 




JOSEPH HALL & Co, 

Corner of Ninth and Canal Steets, south side Basin, 
MGHMOFB, VA. 

MILLS AND MILL MACHINERY. 



We are pr> paretl to furnish at short notice, 

FRENCH BURR MILLSTONES, 

For Grinding Wheat or Corn ; 
yCSOPUS, for Grinding Corn ; 
BEST BOLTING CLOTHS, Anker Brand. 

ALSO, 

SUPERIOR SEPARATOR and SCOURER, 

For Cleaning' "Wlieat. 

Mill Gearing. Smut Machines, Flour Packers, Mill 
Picks, Iron and Brass Castings and 

MILL MACHINERY IN GENERAL. 

PLiANS, -wltU I>aAW!i\a anrt - PKCIFHJ \ riuv S Of MILLS of any ca- 
pacity jpropelled by eitlicr steam f>r ■watrr po-wcr^ fartilhhed, 

PORTABLE MILLS, for Grinding Wlieat or Corn ; 
SUMAC MILLS ; KILNS for Kiln- 
drying GRAIN. 

REPARING of all kinds promptly and satisfactori'y done. 



1-JS 

Higli. VV H, conductor W, C & A R E, r Pincoll House. 

Higsbie, J S, China glass, &c, 25 S Front. 

Hill, Annie, 4th, bet Church and Castle, 

Hill, Charles E, watchman, W, C & R R R, r 2d; bet 

Hanover and Brunswick. 
Hill, Frederick C, r 3d, bet Market and Dock. 
Hill, James H, frgt agent W, C & A R R, r Market, bet 

Front and 2d. 
Hill, John P, clerk with Abraham, B Cook, r Church, cor Vth. 
Hill, Josci)b C, constable, 3rd, bet Market and Princess, r 

4th, cor Wooster. 
Hill- Mrs, cor 4th and Cottage Lane. 

Hill, W E, elk with Edward Kidder & Sons, r Castle, nr 2d. 
Hines, Bettie E, r 3d, cor Campbell. 
Hines, Clarence, carpenter with W, C & A R R, r Swaun, 

bet 5th and Gth. 
Hines, E J, carpenter with W cl- W R R. 
Hines, Eli W, car[)enter with W & W R R, r Swann, bet 5tb 

and Gth. 
Hines, Enoch, J, machinist Avith W & W R R, r 3d, cor 

Cami)belL 
Hines, John W, drayman with Yick t^' Mebane, r Market, cor 

7 th. 
Hines, Louisa, r Swann, bet 5th and Gth. 
Hines, Lucy J, r Campbell, bet 3rd and 4th. 
Hines, Mrs Mary Ann, r Market, cor 7th. 
Hines. Mary C, r Swann, bet 5th and Gth. 
Hines, Sarah A, r Swann, bet 5th and 0th. 
Hines, Sarah M, r Market, cor 7th. 
Hinnegan, .Annie, chambermaitl at Pureell Hnuse. 
HINTOX, J M, principal Wil Hi.-h Scho..l, r 5tl!, bet Ann 

and Nun. 
Hinson, Jolui W, of Sprunt <!i: Hitison, r 2d. bet Red Cross 

and Walnut. 
Hintze, Herman, of Bapi)ler A.' Hintze, r 2(1, bet Market and 

Princess. 
Hodges, Charles, iiainter with W, C & A R R, r 5tl), cor 
Chesnut. 



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'^ «% 



PRIZSTTER, 

HAND BILLS, CARDS, BILL HEADS, 
Letter Heads, Blanks, Ac, (fee. 



FEINTED IN THE 



BEST STILE AID AT THE LOWEST RATES. 



In connection with my PRINTING HOUSE 1 
have a complete 

B##K Bin PKBTf) 



INCLUDING A 



FIRST GLASS RULING MAGHINE, 

OFFICE :N^0. 8, 

South Front Street. 



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EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS 



TO 




AND 



SETTLERS. 



The uudersignetl liaving a Tract of Fine Land, and being desirous 
of introducing into this section of the State a thrifty agrieultural ele- 
ment, oilers the following inducements to Emigrants, or those deisrous 
of settling in the Old North State. This tract comprises from eight to 
ten thousand acres of the best soil in the State, one thousand acres of 
which is under cultivation, and much more easily put in good condi- 
tion. The soil is suited to the culture of Cotton, Com, Potatoes, 
"Wheat, Oats, Pea Nuts, Vegetables, and Fruits. 

The land is well watered with living streams, and ha« a mile of fine 
water power upon it. It contains several thousand acres of the finest 
timber in the State. 

The tract is situated in New Hanover County^ and pai-allel to, and 
within one and a quarter to two and a half miles of the Wilmington 
and Wcldou Fuulroad, and opi^osite two stations on the road. It is 
within one and a quarter hours of Wilmington, ten hours of Norfolk, 
twenty-two hours of Baltimore, by rail, and fifty-five hours of New 
York, bj' water. The tract is bounded by a stream navigable for largo 
fiats and rafts, which can be brought down to Wilmington, any season 
of the year, where a first class market can always be found, 

T propose to cut this tract up into farms of Eighty Acres and up- 
wards, to fcuit settlers, and on the following terms : 

One dollar per acre, Cash. 

Fifty cents " '• in one year. 

Fifty cents " '• in two years. 

One dollar " '" in three years. 

One dollar '• " . in four years. 

One dollar " " in five years. 

One dollar " ** in six years. 



131 

Thus it will be seeu that a man with from One to Two Hundred 
Dollars can put himself in possession of a good farm, which at once 
places the means within his reach of making himself independent. 

These lands were worth before the war from $12 00 to $30 per acre, 
and as soon as the country has fully recoyered from the effects of the 
late war they will go up to or beyond their former value. There are 
houses on the different farms for the comfortable accommodation of 
two hundred persons. 

The advantages herein offered to emigi-ants may be summed up as 
follows :— 

1st. Cheap lands, and the best climate in the world— with but three 
months of mild winter in the year— during all of which time the farmer 
can prepare his lands for the early Spring crops. Summer not 
warmer than in the Northern States. 

2nd. These lands are situated near, and of easy access to ,all the best 
markets in the States, and being twenty days earlier than Virginia 
and forty-eight hours nearer markets than Charleston, enables the 
producer to get his early vegetables to the Northern markets in advance 
of any other section, thereby receiving the extra prices for the "first 
of the season. 

3rd. There is no portion of the State that has as good a record for 
health and longevity as the site of this tract. 

4:th. Tie inhabitants, surrounding, are celebrated for their orderly 
conduct, and are considered to be pre-eminent for simplicity of man* 
ners, consistency of character, and devotion to principle.! 

5th. Thisjisjthe most liberal proposition ever offered in the State 
to emigrants and settlers. 

For further information address 



POSTMASTEE, 



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Hogan, J, car apd pump repairer with W <fc W R R, r cor 

8tli and McRae. 
Hogdes, Fred, cabinet maker with W, C & A R R, r Front, 

below Dock. 
Holden, S, machinist with Cape Fear Fibre Co. 
Holl, Nicholas, elk with Dick Cortjohn, r Front, cor Bruns- 
wick. 
Holland, Wm P, elk with Oldham & Cumming, r Mulberry, 

bet Front and 2d. 
Holmes, Duncan, (c) of Shoemaker, Green & Co, and wheel- 
wright and saloon, 40 N Water, r 6th, cor Brunswick. 
Holmes, Gabriel, elk with George Myers, r 4th, cor Chesnut, 
Holmes, J L, Jr, elk with Williams & Murchison, r 4th, cor 

Chesnut. 
HOLMES, JOHN L, attorney at law. Princess, bet 2d and 

3d, r 4th, cor Chesnut. See adv. 
Holmes, Owen^ elk with J B Orrell, r 4th, cor Chesnut. 
Holt, Henry C, book-deeper with Hart «fc Bailey, r 3d, bet 

Dock and Orange. 
Holt, Wm N, book-keeper with Vick tt Mebane, r Market, bet 

Front and 2d. 

Holtz3, Elizabeth, wid of , r Queen, cor 4th. 

Homans, Amy M B, teacher Hemmenway Free School, r Red 

Cross, bet Front and 2d. 
HONNET, GEO, watchmaker and jeweller, 53 Market, r 

National Hotel. See adv. 
Hooper, George, inspector of timber, 23 N Water, r Red 

Cross, bet Front and 2d. 
Hoofman, Amelia, r 5thj bet Orange and Dock. 
Horen, Michael, lab, r Water, cor Mulberry. 
Horn, Charles, stencil cutter, r Farmers' Hotel. 
Horn, Guilford, engineer with W & W R R, r Campbell, bet 

3d and 4th. 
Hoskins, Benjamin L, elk with S VanAmringe, r Orange, bet 

2d and 3d. 
Hoskins, Mrs Maria, wid Benj M, r Orange, bet 2d and 3d. 
HOSPITAL, CITY, Nnn, cor 8th. 



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BUBE m mmm 

STEAMSfflP LINE. 




COMPOSED OF THE FIRST CLASS STEAMSHIPS 

LUCILLE, 

D. J. PRICE, Commander. 

REBECCA CLYDE, 

DANL C. CHILDS, Commander. 

Sailing from Baltimore every Saturday, at 4 P. M.i 
and from Wilmington every Friday. 

Giving THROUGH BILLS OF LADING to all points on tlie 
Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta Rail Road, Wilmington, Charlotte 
& Rutherford Rail Road, Wilmington & Weldon Rail Eoad and their 
connections. 

A. D. OAZAUX, Agent. 

Wilmington, N. C. 
ANDREWS & CO., Agents, 

73 Smith's Wharf, Baltimore, Md. 



134 

HoBtler, Alexander, carpenter, r 5th, cor Walnut. 

Hosier, J N, P O route agt W <fe W R E, r 5tli, cor Bruns- 
wick. 

HOTTENDOKF, W, of Hottendorf <t Hashagen, 10 S 
Front. 

HOTTENDORF & HASHAGEN, (W Hottendorf and C 
Hashagen) grocers and liquor dealers, 10 S Front. 

Houston, Mary J, wid of George, r 5tli, cor Dock. 

Houston, Robert M, bookkeeper witli Northrop & Gumming, 
r 9th, cor Chesnut. 

Howard, Isham, bar-keeper with S Gay, National Hotel, r 
7th, cor Wooster. 

Howard, Miles, (c) barber, rear 26 N Front. 

Howard, William, with Zimmerman <fe White, r 2d, bet Mar- 
ket and Dock. 

HOWELL, A J, of Harriss & Howell, r Market, cor 7th. 

Howell, J M, conductor W & W R R, r Weldon. 

Howell, Laura H, r Market, cor 7th. 

Howe, Wm H, policeman, r 3d, bet Hanover and Brunswick. 

Howey, Mary D, r cor dth and Ann. 

Howey, Martha M, r cor 4th and Ann. 

Howey, Thomas H, r cor 4th and Ann. 

Howey, Thomas H, Jr, elk with S R Birdsey, r 4th, cor Ann. 

Howland, Samuel, conductor W, C & R R R, r 7th, bet Mul- 
berry and Chesnut. 

Huff, John H, carpenter, 2d, bet Ann and Orange, r Ann, bet 
Front and 2d. 

Huggins, Geo W, watchmaker with Brown & Anderson, r 
7th, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Huggins, J B, groceries and dry goods, 2d, cor Market, r 
Dock, bet 7th and 8th. 

Huggins, L B, grocer, r 7th, cor Mulberry. 

Huggins, Wm T, of Mitchell tfe Huggins, r 4th, bet Dock and 
Orange. 

Hughes, Albert, plasterer, r Front, ab Dawson. 

Hughes, David, fisherman, r Dawson, bet 3d and 4th. 

Hughes, Josej^h C, plasterer, r Front, ab Dawson. 



135 

WILMIJfGTOS, ST. «., 

^FOR THE SALE OF 

IMPROVED WOODWOHIH'S PLANING MACHINES, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY. 

BUTTON'S CELEBRATED 

WITH PATENT BALANCE VALVE. 

PATENT COMBINATION RUBBER 

AND GUTTA PERCHA HOSE, 

ALSO, 

XiE^THER HOSE, 

From best makers, for Fire Engines and Hydrants. 

COTTON MACHINERY, 

Most improved, with specifications for Cotton Mills, 

Leather and Rubber Belting. 

STEA.M ElSTG-IISrES 

And all kinds of Macliinery. 

WROUGHT IRON PIPES, OF ALL SIZES. 

All tlie above furnished at manufacturer's prices. 



1S6 

Hunter, S J, carpenter with W &, W R R, r Campbell, bet 

3dand4tb. 
Hunt, Sol T, machinist at Northrop it Cumming's, r Surry, 

bet Castle and Queen. 
Hurst, W, carpenter, r cor 6th and Wooster. 
HUSSELL, CHRISTIAN H, beer garden and saloon, River 

Bank, foot of 4th. 
Hussell, George J, r River Bank, foot of 4th. 
Husselman, Margaret, r 7th, cor Church. 
HUTAF, HENRY, groceries and provisions, 40 N Water, r 

8th, cor Chesnut. 
Hutaf, John, elk with N Hutaf, r 6th, cor Swann. 
HUTAF, NICHOLAS, family groceries, r 6th, cor Swann. 

I. 

Ireland, Henry C, elk with Strausz & Rice, r 3d, bet Church 

and Castle: 
Ives, Frank, carpenter with W & W R R. 
Ives, Jesse, carpenter with W & W R R, r 4th, cor Harnett. 

J. 

Jackson, Cornelius, family grocer, r 3d, cor Wooster. 

Jackson, George H, with Sheriff of county, r 2d, cor Walnut. 

Jackson, James W, printer at Journal office, r 3d, cor Woos- 
ter. 

Jacobi, Nathaniel, hardware, Are, 9 Market, r 2d, bet Nun & 
Church. 

Jacobs, Anna, wid of Allen, r Mulberry, bet 4tli and 5th. 

Jacobs, B J, elk with H Burkheimer, r Princess, bet 4th «fe 5th. 

Jacobs, James T, drayman with Petteway k Moore. 

Jacobs, Thomas, r Mulberry, bet 4th and 5 th. 

Jail, NcAV Hanover county, Prmcess, bet 3d and 4th. 

James, Francis, bricklayer, r 7th, cor Wooster. 

James, Miss Hettic, of Misses Burr and James' school, r 3d, 
cor Dock. 

JAMES, JOHN C, general district agent Wilmington N C 
Life Ins Co, r 3d, cor Dock. 



137 



F. A. SGHUTTE, 

BoTith H'ront Street, 

BETWEEN E)OCK AND ORANGE, 



DEALER IN — 



CABINET FURNITURE, LOOKING GLASSES, 




PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULDINGS, 

HAIR, MOSS, 

SHUCK AND COnON MAHRESSES, 

WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS, 

AND A FULL LINE OF 

UPHOLSTERERS' MATERIALS. 

Particular attention given to cutting and fitting Carpets. 

Old Furniture, Beds, Bedding, kc, promptly repaired. 
;, A new and elegant line of Paper Hangings, unsurpassed in the city. 

All orders attended to with dispatch, and on the most reasonable 
terms. Country orders promptly filled. 



138 

JAMES, JOHN S, r 3d, cor Dock. 

JAMES, JOSH T, local editor Daily Journal, and of James 
<t Mearcs, auctioneers, real estate brokers and general 
agents, r 3d, cor Dock. See adv. 

James, Julia, r 3d, cor Dock. 

JAMES, THEO C, special traveling agent W & W and W, 
& A E E, r 3d, cor Dock. 

JAMES, THOMAS C, druggist with J A Mebane, r 3d, cor 
Dock. 

James, William H, of James & Brown, r Eront, bet Chesnut 
and Miilberry. 

James, W. H., machinist, r 7th, cor AYooster. 

JAMES ct BROWN, (Wm. H. James and John K. Brown), 
Civil Engineers and Real Estate brokers, 2d, bet Prin- 
cess and Chesnut. 

JAMES & MEARES, (Joshua T. James and Thomas D, 
Meares, Jr.), Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, 8 S. 
Water. See adv. 

JANNEY, FRANCIS, agt S. Express Co, Front, bet Market 
and Princess, r 2d, cor Ann. 

Jarvis, Wm J, conductor, W, C & A R R, r Front, cor Red 
Cross. 

Jerguson, John P, blacksmith, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 

Jewett, Ella B, teacher, Wil Male and Female Seminary, and 
teacher of Music, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 

Jewett, George W, Principal Wilmington Male and Female 
Seminary, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 

Jewett, H B, elk with F W Kerchncr, r 4th, bet Mulberry 
and Walnut. 

Jewett, Lucy, wid of Stephen, 4th, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 

Jewett, Mary Ann, Mrs, teacher, Wil Male and Female Sem- 
inary, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 

Jewett, R B, elk with Willard Bros, r 3d, bet Chesnut and 
Mulberry. 

JEWETT, Stephen, at Barry Bros, agt Liverpool and Lon- 
don and Globe Ins Co, r 4th, bet Walnut and Mulberry. 

Jewett, Wm L, elk with J W Atkinson, r 4th, bet Wahiut 
and Mulberry. 

Jobson, Mary J, r Nun, bet 5th and Gth. 



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Jobson, William A, car-builder, with W, C & A R B, r Nun, 

bet 5th and 6th. 
JOHNSON, ANDREW J, of T H Johnson <fc Bio, r New 

Berne road. 
JOHNSON, ALEXANDER, Jr, Com Mer and Sec'y Wil N 

C Life Ins Co, and agt People's Steamboat Co, Chesnut, 

cor Water, r 5th, bet Dock and Orange. 
Johnson, Anna, wid of William, r Dawson bet 4th and 5th. 
Johnson, Emma, r Ann, bet Front and 2d. 
Johnson, Francis, r cor Dock and 7th. 
Johnson, Jackson, Jr, elk with Fishblate <fe Bro, r 4th, nr 

Red Cross. 
Johnson, Julia F, r Dock, cor 7th. 
Johnson, Melinda, wid Thomas, 10th, nr Castle. 
Johnson, Morris, plasterer, r Dawson, bet 4:th and 5th. 
Johnson, Rachel E, Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
Johnson, Sallie, r 2d, bet Chestnut and MulbeiTy. 
Johnson, Thomas, brick mason, r 10th, nr Queen. 
JOHNSON, THOMAS H, of T H Johnson Sc Bro, r Dock, 

cor 7th. 
Johnson, Thos M, printer at The Post, r 5th, cor Red Cross. 
JOHNSON, T H «fe BRO, (Thos H and Andrew J), stall 5 

City Market. See adv. 
Johnson, Wiley T, elk with Finlayson & Bro, r Market, bet 

7th and 8th. 
Johnson, William, pilot, r Dawson, cor 5th. 
Johnson, WilHam, elk with S H Manning, 5th, bet Red Cross 

and Campbell. 
Jones, Mrs Ann E, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 
Jones, Charles R, elk with Isaac Macks, r National Hotel. 
JONES, C. LUCLAN, of James Anderson & Co, r Orange, 

bet Front and 2d. 
Jones, Ella A, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 
Jones, Fannie C, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 
Jones, James, drayman; r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 
Jones, J H, drayman with Edwards & Hall, r Bladen, cor 7th. 
Jones, John Franklin, r National Hotel. 
Jones, L D H, r National Hotel. 



141 

S. A. CURRIE^ 

^ LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, . 

o CORNER SECOND AND PRINCESS STREETS. <=> 

g WILMINGTON, N. C. g 

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05 FOR 

S LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. ^ 

I LIGHT DOUBLE TEAMS & BUGGIES. ^ 
CLOSE AND OPEN CARRIAGES, &Cm 

FOR HIRE ON REASONABLE TERMS. 



142 

Jones, Maggie, r 5th, bet Dock and Orange. 

JONES, KEUBEN, PKOP'K NATIONAL HOTEL, Front, 

bet Market and Princess. See adv. 
JONES, BICHAPvD J, Sec'y and Treas Wilmington Gas 

Light Co, and Oakdale Cemetery Co, Princess, bet Front 

and 2d, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 
Jones, Eichard, (c), policeman, r Castle, bet 3d and 4th. 
Jones, Mary E, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 
Jones, WilUam G, machinist with O G Parsley, Sr, r 4th, bet 

Parsley and Davis. 
JOURNAL, THE DAILY AND WEEKLY, Princess, bet 

Front and 2d, Engelhard & Price, Editors and Propr's. 
Joyce, Piichard, lab with W ct W R R, r Mnlberry, bet Front 

and Water. 
Joyner, David J, carpenter, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Joyner, Edwin, policeman, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 

K. 

Kalish, A, clerk with Wm Ettinger, r National Hotel. 
KATZ, M Mj dry goods, clothing, millinery goods, &c., 3C 

Market,, r 4th, cor Market. 
Kavauaugh, John, head waiter, r Purcell House. 
Keathley, EH, watchmaker and jeweler, Front, bet Market 

and Dock, r 3d, bet Red Cross and Campbell. 
Keathley, John, brick-layer, r Wooster, bet 6th and 7th. 
Keef, Ann, chambermaid, Purcell House. 
Keen, J L, builder and contractor, r 5th, cor Princess. 
Keen, John, clerk with C R Banks, r Princess, cor 5th. 
Kecnan, Peter, boiler maker, r Water, bet Orange and Dock. 
Kecter, Elijah W, carpenter, r Dawson, bet 5th and 6th. 
Kehr, August, with Aaron & Rheinstein, r National Hotel. 
KEITH, EDWIN A, com mer, n Water, r 3d, S of Market. 
Keith, Frances, wid of W P, r Hanover, bet 5th and 6th. 
Keith, J, carpenter, with W & W R R. 
Kelley, Adelade H, r 2d, cor Walnut. 
Kelley, Augustus H, clerk W & W R R, r 2d, cor Walnut. 
Kelley, Bartholomew, carpenter W, G &IA R R, r Church 

bet 4th and 6th. 



143 

Kelley, George C, clerk with G. A. Peck, r 2d, cor Walnut. 
Kelley, George H, flour dealer, r 2d, cor Walnut. 
Kelley, Julia I, r 2d, cor Walnut. 
Kelley, Oliver, clerk W, C & R R R, r Walnut, cor 7tli. 
Kelley, Wm H, of Cantwell, Rankin & Co, r 2d, cor Mul- 
berry. 
Kellog, William, (c), wheelwright and turning, 4th^ bet 
Bladen, and Brunswick, rod, bet Brunsv/ick and Bladen. 
Kellog, Wm J, (c), wheelwright, Nutt, ab Walnut, r 3d, 

cor Bladen. 
Kendrick, James, foreman at Morning Star office, r 2d, bet 

Ann and Nun. 
KENNEDY, CATHARINE G, wid of Rev W^m, Pres Ladies 

Benevolent Society, r 3rd, cor Market. 
Kennedy, Daniel, brick mason, r 2d, bet Nun and Church. 
Kennedy, Frank, v/ith W H Dart, r Front, cor Orange. 
Kennedy, John R, cooper with A H VanBokkelen, r Daw- 
son, bet 6th and Tth. 
Kennedy, Joseph, watchman, r Wooster, bet 5th and 6th. 
Kennedy, Kate M, of Misses Kennedy and Hart, (school), 

r 3cl, cor Market. 
Kennedy, Robert, printer at the Post, r Dudley, bet MacRae 

and 9th. 
Kenyon, Thomas, carpenter, W, C & A R R, r 5th, cor Ches- 

nut. 
KERCHNER, F W, Wholesale Grocer and Com Mer, and 

dealer in fertilizers, and Pres People's line Steamboats, 

27, 28 and 29 N Water, r Front, bet Ann and Nun. See 

adv outside back cover. 
KEYES, HARRIE, of H Keyes & Co, Dollar Store, r Front, 

bet Dock and Orange. 
KEYES, H & CO, (Harrio Keyes and R S Waldron, The DoUar 

Store, Front, bet Dock and Orange. See adv, last page. 
Khul, Henry, policeman, r 6th, cor Harnett. 
KIDDER, EDWARD, of Edward Kidder & Sons, and Pres 

Wilmington Gas Light Co, r Dock, cor 3d. 
KIDDER, EDWARD & SONS, (Edward, Geo W, and G P 

Kidder), Steam Saw Mills and dealers in lumber, 22 S 

Water, cor Dock. See adv. 



144 

KIDDER, G P, of Edward Kidder <fc Sons, r Dock, cor 3d. 

KIDDHR, G W, of Edward Kidder A Sons, r Dock, cor 3d. 

Kienan, Christian, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 

Kienan, John, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 

Kile, JuHa M M, wid James, dress maker, r 2d, bet Orange 
and Ann. 

Kimball, Geo E, elk with Joseph H Neff, r Purcell House. 

King, Catharine, r Chesnut, bet 8th and 9th. 

King, C C, carpenter with W & W B E. 

King, C H, book-keeper with Willard Bros, r Front, cor Nun. 

King, F M, book-keeper, r 4:th, cor Queen. 

King, Frank W, with A J Scarborough, r Princess, bet 8th 
and 9th. 

King, Honorah F, r 2d, bet Nun and Church. 

KING, ISAAC W, butcher, stall 10 City Market, r 5th, bet 
Queen and Wooster. 

King, J A, car inspector, with W & W E E. 

King, James E, r Princess, bet 8th and 9th. 

King, James, greaser, W & W E E, r Campbell, bet 3d and 
4th. 

KING, JAMES J, butcher, stall 8 and 10 City Market, r 2d, 
bet Nun and Church. See adv. 

King, James W, elk with L H Bowden, r Princess, bet 4th 
and 5th. 

King, Jasper, elk with J M Hardwick, r Chesnut, bet 8th 
and 9th. 

KING, J FRANCIS, physician, r 3d, bet Princess and Ches- 
nut. 

King, J G, butcher, r 2d, bet Nun and Chui'ch. 

King, John B, butcher, Wooster, bet 9th and 10th. 

Sing, John J, lumber-marker, with E Kidder & Sons, r 5th, 
bet Castle and Queen. 

King, J W, with D A Smith, r Stli, bet Mulberry and Wal- 
nut. 

King, Katie, School, r 2d, bet Nun and Church. 

King, Katie, r Princess, bet 8th and 9th. 

Sing, Margaret, r 2d, bet Nun and Church. 

Sing, Mary Ann, wid of Andrew J, r Chesnut, bet Sth ajld 
9th. 



145 

337 Broad. 337 Broad, 








WILLIikM WI 

Wigs, Braids, Toupees, 

Manufacturer and Importer ol' every ilescr.ptiou or 

OB.NAMEKTAI. HAIB, 
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN- 

The only place in tlic city niiere a sipecialiy is nude iu 

HAIR WORK IN GOLD, 

Hair Chains, Rings, Breastpins, &c. 

Alii orders filled at prices whiicfn! defy competition. 

m 327 BROAD STREET, 

RICMMOND, VA. 

Orders by iniail; promptly f'.Tlecl and satisfaction 

gifiaranteed. 



146 

Kiug, 3Iaiy M, r 2cl, bet Nun and Cliurcli. 

King, Nelson, butclier, stall IG City Market, r Princess, bet 
^Btli and Otli. 

King, William, upliolstcrer, ^vitll D A Smith, r Stli, bet Mul- 
berry and "Walnut. 

King, Wm E, tinner, with Wm H Withcy, r -Itli, cor Queen. 

King, Wm H, tailor, r 4th, cor Queen. 

Kinyon, William, car builder, r oth, cor Chesnut. 

KLEIN, DAN'L, Propr of Wilmington Gardens and BoAvling 
Alley, Kankin, bet 10th and 11th, and butcher stall, City 
Market. See adv. 

Knight, A P, mechanic, r Mulberry, nr Water. 

Knight, A W, elk with Williams and Murchison, r od, bet 
Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Knig'ht, James, conductor, Wil A: W E Pi, r Goldsboro'. 

Knight, J S, engineer with Wil ct W Pt R, r Farmer's Hotel. 

Knight, Mary Jane, dress-maker, r Mulberry, nr Water. 

Knowles, T M, conductor sleeping car, W t^ W R E, r Pur- 
cell House. 

KOCH, JOHN C, family grocer, Front, oor Orange, and od, 
cor Nun. 

Koch, W H, elk with John C Koch, r 3d, cor Nun. 

KOPvDLANDER, HENEY, manf and bottler of soda waters, 
ttc, 4th, cor Hanover. See adv. 

Koster, Herman, elk with H Bremer, r Front, cor Dock. 

KEEBS, E J, Propr North Carolina Beneficial Association. 
1() Market, r Purcell House. 

Kuhl, Henry H, grocer, Oth, cor Harnett. 

I., 

La Frenz, Henry A, with (ko Grotgen, r Castle, bet Front 

and 2d. 
La Frenz, John O, tailor, 2d, bet Market and Princess. 
Larab, Geo P, florist, plank road, bcl toll gate, r same. 
Lain, B, elk with Green A- Planner, r 4th, cor Hanover. 
Lander, Frank, brick-layer, r McEac, cor lied Cross. 
Lander, Lizzie, r MoEac, cor Eed Cross. 



U' 



FISHBLATE & BRO., 

Dry hh House, 

23 MARKET STREET, 

We guarantee to give perfect satisfaction, both 
In quality and prices of our goods- 

DAVID & WEIL, 

Merchant Tailors 

— AND — 

27 MAIEKIST STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 




DEALERS IK 



CLOTHING & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

OF ALL DESCEIPTIONS. 

A FULL LINE OF PIECE GOODS, 

HATS AND FANCY ARTICLES. 



14S 

Lane, E, (c), barber, 2 N Vrater, r -itL, cor Brunswick. 

Lane, Martlia, r 5tli, cor Bladen. 

Lane, Sarali E, wicl of Wm. H, r 3d, bet Nun and Clmrcli. 

Langdon, Mrs Mary J, N W cor Market and 8tli. 

Langdon, E F, trace clerk, "Wil & W Ft E, r Market, cor 8tli. 

LANGLEY, C B, bar-keeper, Purcell House, r Furcell House. 

Lan ton, B J, engineer \Yitli W & W E E. 

Larkin, Catharine, r cor Mulberry and 4th. 

Larkin, Patrick, City Express, r cor Mulberry and 4th. 

Larkins, Alice G, r Dock, cor Cth. 

Larkins, Mildred, wid John E, r Dock, cor 6th. 

Larkins, S Y, book-keeper, r Seaman's Home. 

LABKINS, WM, teller First Nat Bank and elk U S District 

Court, r Dock, cor 6th. 
Latham, Benj E, r Walnut, bet 4tli and 5th. 
Latimer, Henry G, r 3d, cor Orange. 
Latimer, William, r 3d, cor Orange. 
Latimer, Zebulon, r 3d, cor Orange. 

Latta, Adam G, book-keeper with Barry Bros, r 7th, nr Wal- 
nut. 
Latta, James S, book-keeper with Colville & Taylor, r 7tli, 

bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Latta, John E, Genl Freight and Ticket Agt, W, C d: A K E, 

r 7th, bet W^aluut & Mulburr}-. 
Lavender, Ellis, Eev, c, pastor Methodist Christian Chapel, 

r 8th, bet Church and Castle. 
Lawther, T E, engineer with W A: W E E. 
Lawton, Adelaid, r od, bet Eed Cross and Campbell. 
Lawton, B J, Harbor Master and elk Board C N and P, 22 S 

Water, r 3d, bet Campbell and Eed Cross. 
Leach, Wm, fisherman, 8th, nr Meares. 
Lee, Alfred, plasterer, r Front, cor Dawson. 
Lee, Anna, r 7th, cor Ann. 
LEE, J WATKINS, Jr, cashier at National Hotel, r Naticiird 

Hotel. 
Legg, Edmund, Inspector Customs, r Smithville. 
IJ2GGETT, J E, cond'tor, W & W E E, r Mulberry, nr Front. 
' IiO Gwin, John J, printer, Journal Oifice, r Chesnut, bet 9tli 

and 10th. 



149 

E ST A. B, "LI SI-IE 13 1850, 



IWIh Iwi^ im^% I Mm^ 

STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, 

Notions, Millinery, Clothing, 

CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, &c., &c. 

ETei'y tbing that is usually kept in a First-Class Dry Goods Store, 
Prices guarantee.1 as low as in Baltimore. 






Front, bet. Dock and Orange St., 

WILMISCTOF, ST. G 

10,000 USEFUL AND VALUABLE 

ARTICLES AT ONE DOLLAR EACH, 

Cessistisg sf useful asd raluable foods fot Iiadies -wux, 

CIA AND GLASS WARE, JEWELRY, 

SILVER PLATED WARE, PERFUMERY, 

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &c., &c., &c. 

B People reeiding in the country can order goods, -which, T?hen ac- 
companied by the money, will be carefully eent as directed, by mail or 
erpresj:. Address 

H. KEYES tc CO., 

DOLLAR STORE, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Lehmann, Henry, elk with G H W Runge, r Front, belDock. 
Lemmerman, Henry, of Lemmerman & Coney, r Princess, 

bet 6th and 7th. 
LEMMERMAN & CONEY, (Henry Lemmerman and Wal- 
ter Coney), lightermen^ S side foot of Market. 
Leonard, Miss, teacher, W F S, r cor Nun and 7th. 
Larson, Lewis, seaman, r Queen, bet 4th and 5th. 
Leslie, Alex H, painter with Jno A Parker, r 3d, nr Wooster. 
Leslie, Jane, wid Joseph, r Surry, nr Castle. 
Leslie, Joseph, painter, r Surry, nr Castle. 
Leslie, Lucy E, r 3d, nr Wooster. 
LESSMAN, AUGUST, baker and confectioner, 2d, bet Mar^ 

ket and Dock. See adv. 
LESSMAN, FRED'K W, elk with A Lessman, r 2d. let 

Market & Dock. 
Levy, Emanuel, elk with S Levy, r Dock, bet Front and 2d, 
Levy, Sol, dry goods, clothing, &c, 44 Market, r Dock, nr 

Front. 
Lewis, George G, elk with J S Williams, r Chesnut, bet 4tlL 

and 5th. 
Lewis, John J, elk, r Chesnut, bet 4th and 5th. 
Lewis, Joseph, fisherman, r 3d, bet Queen and Wooster. 
Lewis, Martha, wid of Henry, r Queen, bet 4th and 5th. 
LEWIS, THOS C, groceries and provisions, 8 Market, r Ctii. 

cor Chesnut. See adv. 
Liddy, Kate, with Saml Northrop, r 5th, cor Dock. 
Lieber, W, elk with B & L Weill, r 4th, cor Orange. 
Liebmann, Alex, elk with Wm Goodwin, r 5th, cor Mulberry. 
Lilly, Isaac, (c), blacksmith. Water, cor Mulberry, r Wooster, 

nr 9th. 
LIPPITT, JAMES W, of Jas W Lippitt & Co, Druggist, r 

2d, bet Orange and Dock. 
LIPPITT, JAMES W & CO, (Jas W Lippitt, Wm LSmitli, 

John K Mcllhenny), Whol and Ret Druggists, N E cor 

Front and Market. See adr. 
Lippitt, Jane D, wid Joseph, r Front, cor Orange. 

LIPPITT,' J E & Co, (J E & T B Lippitt), dealers in Ice, 

Dock, nr Water, and Front, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 



151 



F. W. RERCHNER, 

WHOLESALE GROCER 



AND 



Commission Merchant. 



PLANTERS' AND DISTILLERS' SUPPLIES, 

NAVASSA AND PERUVIAN GUANO, 
LAND PLASTER AND OTHER FERTILIZERS, 

AT LOWEST 3IARKET EATES. 
Prompt attention giveu to sale or pra-efcaee of 

COTTON AND NAVAL STORES. 

Office and Warehouses 27, 28 & 29, 

ITOKTH -WATEK STREET, 

WILIVIJNGTON, N. C. 



152 

Lippitt, John E, of J E Lippitt & Co, r Orange, cor 4t]i. 
Lippitt^ T 1), of J E Lippitt & Co, r Front, bet Orange and 

Ann. 
Lippitt, Mrs Wni H, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 
LITGEN, HENRY, family grocer, Market, cor otb. 
Littleton, E J, elk witb Worth & Worth, Queen, bet 3d and 

4th. 
Livingston, Lydia J, r Market, bet 3d and 4th. 
Lockey, Emma, elk with Dollar Store, r 4th, bet Nun and 

Church. 
Lockey, Hester A, wid Isaac E, r 4th, l)et Nun and Church. 
Lockford, Mary, r 2d, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Loeb, A, of Loch & Elsbach, r Cape Fear House. 
LOEB, J, of James Anderson & Co, and French Vice Con- 
sul, r Front, bet Dock and Orange. 
Loeb & Elsbach, (A Loeb and Jacob Elsbacii), dry goods^, 

clothing, &c, 41 Water. 
LONDON, ALEX T, Attorney at Law. 2d, bet Princess and 

Market. See adv. 
LONDON, JOHN, student at law, and Commissioner N C 

Beneficial Association, 2d, bet Princess and Market. 
LONDON, MAUGER, Attorney at Law, 2d, bet Market and 

Princess, r 3d, cor Chesnut. 
Lord. Atlielia, r Market, bet 2d and od. 
Lord, Eliza H, wid of Wm C, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. 
Lord, Eliza H, Miss, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. 
LORD, FREDERICK J, Spanish Vice Consul, and grist 

mill, Water, bet Nun and Ann, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. 
Lord, John B, Prov Agt W, C & A R R, r Market, bet 2d 

and 3d. 
Lord, Mary C, r Market, bet 3d and 4th. 
LORRILLARD STEAMSHIP LINE TO NEW YORK, 

BARRY BROS, AOTS. 
Loucks, T N. manager W U Telegraph, r 2d, bet Market 

and Dock. 
Love, A D, elk, W, C & R R R, Mulberry, bet 4th and 5th. 
Love, Arinand D, freight elk, W, C & R R R, r ^lulberrj, 

bet 4th and 5th. 



JOSEFH C. ABBOTT. ALEX. STRAUSZ. H. S. SEi^VOSS. 

LAWSON E. RICE. 

CAPE FEAR 

BUILDING COMPANY, 

OFFICE, WILMINGTON, N. C, 
WORKS AT ABBOTTSBURC. 

BUILDERS AND CONTEAOTORS 

Pfjyate Residences and Public Buildiop, Bridps, 

RAIL ROAD OARS, MOULDINGS, 

BRACKETS, BANISTERS, BAUSTERS, 

2SrEA\^EL POSTS, 

WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, 



i^'EsnxroinxrcSr, dbo. 

MANUFACTURE 

JUNIPER AND CYPRESS DOORS, 

SASH AND BLINDS. 

We giiai-antee all our work, and ao.icit orders for same. 

See advert isemeni of Bladeu Laud Companj, oataide back cjTer. 



154 

Love, Charles S, elk with Jolm D Love, r Gtli, cor Bladen. 
Love, E T, engineer, W, G & R R R, r 2d, bet Mulberry and 

Chesnut. 
Love, George F, elk with Love &: Blocker, r Cottage lane,. 

bet od and 4th. 
LOVE, JOHN B, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, G N 

Front, r 6th, cor Bladen. 
Love, M T, Cottage lane, bet 3d and 4th. 
Love, Richard S, conductor, W. C il' R R R, r IMulberrv, cor 

Front. 
Love, Thomas L, clerk, W, C & A R R, r 6th, cor 

Bladen. 
Love, Wm J, Jr, physician, 4th, bet Mulberry and Vvalnat. 
Love, W J, of Love & Blocker, r Cottage lane, bet 3d and 

4th. 
LOVE & BLOCKER, (W J Love and J C Blocker). Com 

Mers, Chesnut, cor Water. 
Lowe, C F, r 5th, cor Market. 
Lowe, Nannie J, r Red Cross, bet 2d and 3d. 
Lowe, Charles B F, elk, Navassa Guano Works, r Red Cross, 

bet 2d and 3d. 
Lowe, James H, Mrs, r 5th, cor Market. 
LOWREY, JAMES A, carriage builder, and of Schenck & 

Lowrey, 3d, cor Princess, r 2d, bet Walnut and Red 

Cross, See adv. 
LUCAS, BENJAMIN, Jr, Attorney and book-keeper, and 

with Joseph C Abbott, r Princess, nr 9th. 
Lucas, Mary E, Mrs, r Castle, bet 4th and 5th. 
LUMSDEN, ELSIE A, MRS, millinery and dress maker, 
and agt for Grover & Baker's Sewing Machines, Front., bet 

Princess and Chesnut. 
Lumsden, Florence V, r Front, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
LUMSDEN, JAMES C, Ice Cream Saloon, r Front, bet 

Princess and Chesnut. 
Lutgen, Richard, r 2cl, bet Church and Castle. 
Lutheran Church, St Paul's Evangelical, Market, cor Gtc. 
Lyon, Daniel H, r 3d, bet Red Cross and Campbell. 



15^ 



p. HEINSBER6ER 



s-iiii; 



AND 



IT ATl#If 






-AND DEALER IX- 



PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS, 



GUITARS, VIOLINS, CHROMOS, 



AJLjlSTJUi^iSi, cfoo.y cfi30.^ 



39 IKEARKCT STREXIT, 



Wll»l!iit@a^ m. ®, 



158 

LYON, JACOB, <lry goods, clotlilng, tl-c, ^.larkct, cor N 

Water. 
Lyon, S E, elk with Jacob Lyon, r 2d, nr Market. 
Lyons, James W, machinist, W, C & A R R, r od, bet Red 

Cross and Campbell. 
Lyon?!, Lawrence B, engineer, W, C & A R U. r od, bet Red 

Cross and Campbell. 
Lyons, Rachel E, Mrs, r 3d bet Red Cross and Campbell. 

Mc. 

McAlister, Howard, elk with Northrop & Camming, r 3d, 
cor Davis. 

McAlister, Peter, supt saw mill, with J H Chadboura & Co, 
r 3d, cor Davis. 

McAlister, Wm H S, elk with J H Chadbourn & Co, 
r 3d, cor Davis. 

McBride, Evander, (c), blacksmith, Niitt, bel Red Cross, r 
3d, cor Bladen. 

McCaleb, Mrs Mary S, wid of Archibald, r Front, bet Mul- 
berry and Chesnut. 

McCaleb, Mary S, Wiss, r Front, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 

McCaleb, Thomas D, oysters and fish, foot of Market, r 
Front, bet Mulberry and Chesnut. 

McCalium, James A, elk with Barry Bros, r 6th, bet Dock 
and Orange. 

McCaiislan, elk with Oldham & Cumming, r Mulberry, bet 
Front and 2d. 

McClammon, Chas W, brick mason, r Front, bet Queen ami 
Castle. 

McClammy, Benj A, pressman. Morning Star, r 7th, bet Cas- 
tle and Queen. 

McClammy, Charles W, plasterer, r Tth, bet Queen and 
Castle. 

McClammy, Charles, r 7th, bet Queen and Castle. 

McClammj, Eliza, r 7th, bet Queen and Castle. 

McClammy, '-Mildred, r 7th, bet Queen and Castle. 

McClammy, Rose, wid Elijah, r Wooster, bet 3d and 4th. 



WM. M. MONROE, 

ISTo. IS jSTortli ^Watex^ Street^ 

WILMIFGTOF., ¥. G., 

AND AGENT FOR THE SALE OF 
JOSHUA G. CItAIGE. JOHN V,'. PEEDEW. 

GRAICE & PERDEW, 

NO. 19 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 

GtJH AHD LOCKSMITHS, 




3IANUrACTCI^E AND ]^EPAm 

mm, PISTOLS, LOCKS, KEYS, M. 

Oi;r \;ox\i is all FIRST CIAS-'. 



168 

McClcnny, Absalom, engineer, r Front, cor Ann. 

McCourtiiey, Michael, porter at National Hotel. 

McCumber, James, blacksmith, at W & W R R, r Church, 

bet 6th and Tth. 
McCumber, Katie, r Church, bet 6th and Tth. 
McCumber, Thomas, blacksmith, at W & W E R, r ith, cor 

Queen. 
McDermott, John, lab, at Gas Works, r Front, ab Ann. 
McDonald, a D, physician, r Hanover, bet 5th and 6th. 
McDonald, WM J, caterer for National Hotel, r National 

Hotel 
McDonnell, Hugh, lab, at Gas Works. 
McDuffie, Charles W, r Front, cor Meares. 
McDuffie, Eliza A, wid of George, r Front, cor Meares. 
McEachern, John S,, elk with Alex Oldham, r Castle, bet 7tli 

and 8th. 
McEnessev, Dencis, lab with W & W R R, r Hanover, bel 

3d. 
McEntee, John, carpenter, W & W R R, r 4th, bet Hanover 

and Brunswick. 
McEvoy, J, carpenter, W & W R R. 
McEweu, P, printer, Journal Office, r 7th, bet Walnut and 

Mulberry. 
McFarland, Wm H, baggage agent, W & W R R, r Camp- 
bell, bet 2d and 3d. 
McGarity, James H, moulder, with W, C & A R R, r 4th, 

bet Nun and Church. 
McGilvary, elk with Williams & Murchison, r 3d, bet Ches- 

nut and Mulberry. 
McHutchon, James, book-keeper, with Petteway & Moore, r 

Red Cross, cor 2d. 
Mcllhenny, Edward D, Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
Mcllhenny, Eliza D, Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
McILHENNY, JOHN K, of Jas W Lippitt & Co, r Market, 

bet 7th and 8 th. 
McHhenny, Mrs Maggie D, r Market, bet 7th and 8th. 
Mcllhenny, Thos C, farmer, r Market, bet 7th and 8t]\,. 
Mcllhenny, Thos C, Jr, r Market, bet 7th and 8th. 



loO 



Henry EorUer, 

MER FOURi m UMM mm, 

WILMINGrTON, H. G. 
MANUFACTURER AND BOTTLEB OF 






SARSAPARILLA, MINERAL WATERS, 

PORTER, ALE, &c. 

AGENT FOR 

Massey's Celebrated Ale. 

Orders from the trade promptly filled. Country orders solicited. 



IGO 

Mclatee, J, carpenter, witli W & W R. 

Mclntire, R M, of Mclntire and French, r Front, let Mul- 

"berry and Cliesnnt. 
McINTIRE & FRE^X'H, (R M Mclntire and B T Frencli), 

dry goods and gents' furnisliing, Market, cor 2d. 
•Mclver, J T, of Fairlej, Mclver Cc Co, r Church, cor 2d. 
McKinney, Wm, bricklayer, Dawson, bet 3d and 4th. 
McKoy, F E, wid of Wm H, r 5th, bet Market and Dock. 
McKOY, THOMAS H, Com Mer, 12 Market, r Front, cor 

Orange. 
McKoy, Wm B, law student, r 5th, bet Market and Dock. 
McLauchlin, Eliza, r cor 2d and Dock. 
McLauchlin, Wm, inspector vrith Northrop & Cumming, r 

2d, cor Dock. 
McLaurin, Annie Maria, r Market, bet 8tb and [)th. 
McLaurin, Hugh W, book-keeper with Sprunt d' Hinson, r 

Front, bet Dock k Orange. 
McLaurin, John, book-keeper with Moffitt &' Co, r Orange^ 

cor 7th. 
McLaurin, Joseph, book-keeper, r Market, bet 8th and 9th. 
McLaurin, Mary, r Front, bet Dock and Orange. 
McLaurin, Mary J, r Market^ bet Sth and 9tb. 
McLaurin, Mrs Nancy S, r Market, bet Stli and 9th. 
McLaurin, N S, elk with Geo A Peck, r Market, bet Stli and 

9th. 
McLaurin, Wm, (c), groceries, S Front, nr Market, r Ann, 

bet 6tli and 7th. 
McMillan, Barbary C, wid Henry, r od, bet Hanover and 

Bninswick. 
McMiUan, F A, engineer, W, C & A E E, r Hanover, bet 2d 

iind 3d. 
McMillan, F A, Jr, machinist with W & W R R, r Hanover, 

bet 2d and 3d. 
McMillan, George D, printer at Journal Office, r 2d, bet Haii- 

OYcr and Brunswick. 
McMiirray, Eobt, of J S Topbam & Co, r Wasliington City. 
McQueen, H C, assistant cashier with Williams & Mnrcti- 

son, r Front, cor Princess. 



161 




m ui hii irb, 



CANAL 

6thto7th .v__.^_ 
STREETS, '■"'" 




WM. K TANNER & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

StatJonaff and Poflable [opes aod Mm, 

SAW, GRIST, PLASTER & BARK MILLS, 

CASTINGS OF BRASS OR IRON, 

FORGIiGS, BRIDGE IRONS, FREIGHT CARS, E. 

Eepairs of all kinds promptly done, and new macliinery of every 
description designed and built. 

AGENTS IN THE SOUTHEPvN STATES FOE 

BLAKE'S PATENT STONE BREAKER, 

An invaluable instrument to those having any kind of Stone or Or© 
to break into fragments. 

Send for Circulars. 

WM. E. TANNER. ALEX. DELANEY. 



162 

McQuigg, E H, Justice of the Peace, Princess, bet 2d and 

3d, r Eed Gross, bet 3d and 4tli. 
McEae, John, book-keeper witli Jolm Dawson, i- Dock, cor 

6tli. 
McEaiy, W H, of W H McEary & Co, r 3d, cor Market. 
McEAEY ct CO, (Wm H McEary). Com Mers and dealers in 

fertilizers, ^^ater, cor Cliesnut. 
McEee, Fannie I, r 2d, nr Princess. 

McEEE, GEIFFITH J, Attorney at Law, r 2d, nr Princess. 
McEEE, JAMES F, pliysiciau. Front, cor Chesmit. 
McEee, James I, r 2d, nr Princess. 
McEee, Josepli H, Inspector Cape Fear Eiyer Improyements, 

r Front, cor Cliesnut. 
McEee, Maggie M, r Front, cor Cliesnut. 
McEee, Mary Aslie, r Front, cor Cliesnut, 

M, 

MACKS, DA^'ID, witli Isaac Macks, r National Hotel. 
MACKS, ISAAC, dry goods, clotliing, etc, 11 Market, r Bal- 
timore. See adys. 
MACKS, JACOB I, with Isaac Macks, r National Hotel. 
MacEae, Caroline A, wid of Genl Alex, r Market, bet 5th 

and 6th. 
MacEAE, DONALD, Secy and Treas Nayassa Guano Co, 

and Pres Oakdale Cemetery Co, r Market, bet 7th and 

Sth. See adv Nayassa Guano Co. 
MacEac, John C, civil engineer, r Market, bet 7tli and Sth. 
MacEae, Mary D, r Market, bet 7th and Sth. 
MacEae, Walter G, book-keeper, Nayassa Guano Co, Sth, 

bet Orange and Ann. 
Macumber, J W, Supt Wii Go-operatiye Store, r Brunswick, 

bet 6th and 7th. 
Macumber, Van D, elk, r Brunswick, bet 6th and 7th. 
Madden, James, elk. Cape Fear Steamboat Co, r 5th, bet 

Nun and Church. 
Mahn, W D, elk with A H Van Bokkelen, r 5th, cor Eed 

Cross. 
Mahoney, John E, printer, Journal Office, v 5th, bet Chesnut 

and MulfcftiiT. 



ig; 





14th, Between Franklin and Ross 
Streets, 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 



Tiiis House is centrally located in tlie business portion of the City, 
convenient to all the Public Places, and but a short walk from the 
different Itailroad Depots, and one Square East from the Capitol. 

Polite and attentive servants : the (able spread with the best the 
aiarket can afford, and aiming to secure to the 

the domestic comforts of home, at moderate charges, renders this one 
of the most desirable houses in the city. 

Transient Boarders, - - $1 50 per day. 

Permanent Boarders by the week or month, on liberal terms. 



164 

Mahoney, Kate, seamstress witli A Empie, Front, bet Ann 

and Nun. 
Mahoney, Wm B, caq^enter, W & W E E, r Campbell, bet 

3d and 4tli. 
Mallard, J H, elk ^^■itll J S Topliam & Co, r Princess, bet 

4tli and 5th. 
Mallett, Charles E, (c), carpenter, r 3d, cor Walnut. 
Mann, Edward, mail messenger, r Eront, bet Chesnut and 

Mulberry. , 

Manning, C H, elk Avith S H Manning, r 6th, bet Eed Cross 

and CampbelL 
MANNING, E Vf, Insurance Agt, 4 N Water, r 6th, cor 

Princess. 
MANNING, S H, dry goods, groceries, &c, 22 and 24: N 

Water, r 6th, bet Eed Cross and CamiDbell. See adv. 
MANN, JAMES C, Judge of Probate and elk of Superior 

Court, County Court House, r 3d, bet Chesnut and Mul- 
berry. 
Mann, L H, house carpenter, Wooster, bet 5th and 6th. 
Marcus, Chas, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 
Marcus, H, saloon, Front, cor Princess, r 2d, bet Dock and 

Orange. 
Marcus, Sol, elk with D Newman, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 
MAEINE HOSPITAL U S, Nun, cor 8th. 
Marks, Susan M, wid Wm H, r 2d, nr Market. 
Marshall, A, lab with W & W E E. 
Marshall, Caroline, wid Henry, r Front, ab Ann. 
Marters, Fred, elk with H Breamer, Dock, cor Front. 
MAETIN, ALFEED, Com and Shipping Mer, and o! Martin 

& Hallett, r Market, bet 4th and 5th. See adv. 
Martin, E, elk with E Peschau, r 5th, nr Market. 
Martin, Emma H, Market, bet 4th and 5th. 
Martin, Eugene S, elk with Alfred Martin, r Market, bet 4th 

and 5th. 
Martin, John, house carpenter, Church, bet 3d and 4tk. 
Martin, M C, Mrs, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. 
Martin, Eosanna, wid Thomas, r Nutt, ab Walnut. 
MAETIN, SILAS N, Mayor of Wilmington, and Vien W, 

C & R E E, r Market, bet 2d and 3d. 



165 



6. H. W, RUN6E 



Front, between Dock and Orange Streets, 

^WILMIWGTOSr, N. G. 

FAMILY GROCERIES, 

FEO^^ISIOlSrS, &c. 

ETery tiling kept on hand that is called for in a FIRST CLASS 
FAMILY GROCERY. 



HATS & WATSON. 




Beei, MnltocPoit & Uum cf tlie lest, always Mi liaiil 



Wilmington Beer Grarden, 

DAN'L KLEIN, Proprietor. 
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING ALLEY, 

?Mlk aM Miillierry; listweeii lOtli aM lltli Streets, 

ALSO, 

BUTCHER STALL, 



In. City Market, where every thing in the line of MEATS and PRO- 
TISICKS vrill be filled to order, and satisfaction guaranteed. 



166 

Martin, Stewart, book-keeper witli Alfred Martin, r Market^ 
bet 4tli and 5th. 

Martin, Wm A, elk with Alfred Martin, r Market, ]..et 4th 
and 5th. 

MAETIN & HALLETT, (Alfred Martin and Ben] A Hallett), 
distillers of turpentine and rosin oil, Eagle Island, office 
Dock, bet Front and 2d. 

MASONIC HALL, Market, bet Front and 2d. 

Mathews, Ahce, r 5th, bet Chesnut and Walnut. 

Matthews, D 'W, engineer steamer A Oldham, r on bd stmr. 

Matthews, Eliza, r 5th, bet Chesnut and Walnut. 

Matthews, Margaret, r 9th, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

Matthews, Margaret, r 3d, bet Kuu and Church. 

Matthews, Eachel, wid of William A, r Church, bet 4th &: Gth. 

Mauer, Charles, elk with Louis Yollers, r 2d, cor Mulberry. 

Maultsbj, Anthony, (c), barl^er, 11 N Front, r Harnett, bet 
6th and 7th. 

Maunder, John F, elk with E Kidder <fc Sons, r 4th, bet Fied 
Cross and Campbell. 

Maunder, John, marble cutter, Front, cor Walnut, r 4th, bet 
Eed Cross and Campbell. 

Maxwell, Eobert, timber agt, r 4th, nr Walnut. 

MAYEE, C E, confectioner and baker, 34 Market, r 32 Mar- 
ket. See adv. 

Mayer, F, merchant, r 32 Market. 

Mayer, Joseph, elk with S Blumenthal, r 40 Market. 

Mayer, Thomas E, elk with S Bear & Bros, r Market, bet 
" Front and 2d. 

MAYEE. NATHAN, rect and whol dealer in Liquors and Ci- 
gars, post office alley, r Dock, nr 2d. See adv. 

Mayor's Office, at City Hall. 

Mayo, Wm E, machinist with Cape Fear Fibre Co, r 4th, bet 
Brunswick and Bladen. 

May, Sarah, wid John, r 5th, cor Eailroad. 

Meade, Eichard K, teacher C F M Academy, r cor Mulberry 
and 4th. 

Meares, Catharine D, Mrs, wid Gaston, r Dock, cor 2d. 

Meares, Catharine G, r Dock, cor 7th. 



IC 



Job D. Love, 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 

No. 6 Horth Front Street, 



#SCHOOL BOOKS,^ 

School and Office Stationery, 
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, 

PHOTOGEAPE ALBUMS, 



16S 

Meares, Francis I, r Dock, cor 7tli. 

Meares, James I, elk with James & Meares, r Dock, cor 7th. 

Meares, Jane I, r Dock, cor 7th. 

MEAEES, O P, laAvyer, Market, bet 2a and 3d, r Mulberry, 

bet 2d and 3d. 
MEAEES, T D, Jr, of James & Meares, r Dock, cor 7th. 
Meares, Thomas D, lawyer, Market, bet 2d and 3d, r Dock, 

cor 7th. 
MEAEES, WALKEE, r 3d, bet Market and Dock. 
MEBANE, CHAELES P, of Tick «fc Mebane, r Princess, bet 

Front and 2d. 
MEBANE, JAMES A, druggist, S E cor Front and Princess, 

r Princess, bet Front and 2d. 
Mehrkens, J H, machinist, r McCumber's Alley. 
Meier, Joseph, tailor and scourer, Princess, bet Water and 

Front, r Front, bet Walnut and Eed Cross. 
Melton, Elizabeth, wid of Eobert, r Castle, cor 6th. 
Melton, Francis, sail-maker with John Griffith, r 6th, cor 

Castle. 
Meredith, S L, engineer, W tfe W E E, r Eed Cross, bet 2d 

and 3d. 
Merritt, James T, passenger train hand, W & W E E, r Mul- 
berry, cor Walnut. 
Merritt, E, lab with W & W E E. 
Merrick, William H, (c), Justice of the Peace, 3d, bet Market 

and Princess, r 5th, bet Bladen and Brunswick. 
Mertens, Meta, servt with H Toilers, r Front, cor Dock. 
Methodist Church, (c), 5th, cor Eed Cross. 
Methodist Church, 5tli st, Francis H W^ood, pastor, 5th, cor 

Nun. 
Methodist Christian Chapel, (c), 7th, cor Church. 
Methodist Church, Front st, W A Eobe}' , pastor. Front, cor 

Walnut. 
Metts, James I, of Cowan & Metts, r Chesnut, bet Front and 

2d. 
Meyer, .John, of Eump & Meyer, r 14 N Water. 
Miller, A E, Mrs, wid of Dr J S, r 3d, bet Market and Dock. 
Miller, Edgar, P O route agt, W *fe W E E, r Harnett, bet 

6th and 7th. 



169 

CEAS. D. MYEBS. JOHN L. BOATWKIGHT. 




. D. ras I CO., 



-DEALERS IN- 



FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, 

Sugars, Teas, Coffees, 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, 



AND 



GEMERAL FAMILY SUPPLIES, 

7 ISTortli Front Street, 
■U?"ILMISfG-TO¥, M. U. 



170 

Miller, Frederick, c, messenger and store-keeper, Custom 

House, r Oth, nr "Walnut. 
MiUer, Mary L, r 3d, bet Market and Dock. 
Miller, Snsan, r 4tli, bet Cliurch and Castle. 
Millis, J Wesley, carpenter, r 7tli, bet Qneen and Yrooster. 
Millis, John, grocer, Wooster, bet 7tli and 8tli. 
Milton, Francis M, sail-maker witli John Griflitli, r Castle, 

cor 6tli. 
Milton, John, huckster. City Market, r 4tli, cor Harnett. 
Mindel, Helen, r 5th, cor Princess. 
Mints, E W, fisherman, Da-^vson, nr 3d. 

Mints, Samuel, cooper, ^yith O G Parsley, r Dawson, cor 5th. 
Mitchell, Bettie, r 4th, bet Dock and Market. 
Mitchell, B F, of Mitcliell ct Huqrrins, r 4th, bet Market and 

Dock. 
Mitchell, C J, ell: with Mitchell cV' Hnggins, r 4th, bet Market 

and Dock. 
Mitchell, David B, r 4th, bet Market and Dock. 
Mitchell, Emma S, r 4th, bet Market and Dock. 
MitcheU, F H, book-keeper with Mitchell a; Hnggins, r 3d, 

cor Xun. 
Mitchell,' James H, plumber and gas-fitter, Princess, bet 

Front and Water, r Castle, bet 6th and 7th. 
Mitchell, James, (c), barber. Water, nr Mulberry. 
Mitchell, Thomas, r Castle, bet 6th and 7tli. * 
MITCHELL & HUGGINS, (B F Mitchell and W T Hug- 
gins), grain dealers, merchant Flour Mills, and Com 

Mers, 9 and 10 N Water. 
Moffitt, A A, of Moffit & Co, r 5th, bet Dock and Orange. 
MOFFITT cl- CO, (A A Mofiitti, Com and Shipping Mer, 

Water, cor Chesnut. 
Mohr, Christian H, family ^groceries and lic|rs,-2d, nr Market. 
Mohr, G N, family grocery, r 5th, cor Castle. 
Mohr, Peter, elk with Christian H Mohr, r 2d, nr Market. 
Monroe, Barbara S, r 2d, bet Mulberry and Wahiut. 
Monroe, Catharine A, r 2d, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Monroe, Duncan A, elk with Fishblate <t Bro, r 4th, nr Bed 

Cross. 
Monroe, John W, dep inspector provisions and forage, r 2d, 

bet Mulberry and Walnut. 



171 



MRS. ROB'T RANSOM'S 
FEMALE SEMINARY, 

GOENER FIFTH AND DOCK STEEETS, 



r: ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER, 1866. 



Complete in all its arrangements. 
Ablest Assistants in every Department. 
Special attention to practical and accomplished 
education of Young Ladies. 

$250 PER lEAR, MM M EIGLISH TUITION, 



Average Number of Pupils, - 


- - - 


55 


I^iiivihpi* nf T'osir'hoi'c _ _ _ 




5 


ilUiIlUUi Ul Icduilcrb, 
FRENCH SPOKEN. 




IRS. ROBERT 


RABiSai. 




» PRINCIPAL. 



172 

Monroe, Mary C, r 2d, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
MONROE, WM M, Com Mer and genl agt for sale of tim- 
ber and produde, 18 N Water, r Cliesnut, bet 8tli and 

9tli. See adr. 
MORRIS, FRANK, Pres Cape Fear Fibre Co, r New York. 
Montague, J H, painter with J A Parker, r 6th, bet Dawson 

and Wooster. 
Moore, Benjamin R, Attorney at Law, Princess, nr 3d, r Red 

Cross, bet 3d and 4th. 
Moore, Christina, with E B Filers, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Moore, James, Mrs, r Princess, cor Front, 
Moore, John, watchman, W, C & A R R, r 2d, bet Nun and 

Church. 
Moore, John W, elk at Post Office, r Cth, bet Ann and Nun. 
Moore, Rebecca, dress-maker. Market, bet Front and 2d, r 

Front, cor Princess. 
Moore, Robt H, baker with R Thorburn, r Brooklyn. 
MOORE, ROGER, of Petteway & Moore, and ins agt, r 

Red Cross, cor 2d. 
MOORE, WALKER, restaurant and saloon, 4 Market, r 

Front, nr Dock. See adv. 
Morris, Addie, r 5th, bet Market and Princess. 
Morris, Mary, wid James, r Front, nr Castle. 
Morris, Nicholas, r Front, ab Castle. 
Morris, Wilkes, of Cronly & Morris, r Front, nr Castle. 
Morris, Lula L, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Morris, Nicholas N, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Morris, Richard D, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Morris, Richard, elk, W, C & A R R, r 2d, bet Ann and Nun. 
Morrison, Amanda, Mrs, boarding house, Front, bel Dock. 
MORRISON, GEORGE, conductor, W & W R R, r Front, 

bet Dock and Orange. 
Morrison, Robert, r Front, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Morrison, Thomas, r Front, bet Dock and Orange. 
Morse, Bryan, elk with C R Mayer, r 32 Market. 
Morse, Emma, r 3d, bet Chiu'ch and Nun. 
Morse, Hattie, 3d, bet Church and Nun. 
Morse, Maria E, teacher, Union Grammar School, r Red 

Cross, bet Front and 2d. 



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Morse, Mary, r 3cl, bet Cliurcli and Nun. 

Morse, Solomon W, carpenter, 2d, bet Orange and Ann, r 

3d, bet Churcli and Nun. 
Morten, Kebecca, -witli li B Burr, r 3d and Parsley. 
Moscley, A A, elk witli Fisliblate & Bro, r 4tli, bet Dock and 

Orange. 
MOTE, JOHN D, of T J Mote and Bro, r Tth, bet Bruns- 
wick and Bladen. 
MOTE, THOMAS J, of T J Mote & Bro, r 5th, bet Hanover 

and Brunswick. 
MOTE, T J & BRO, (Thos J and John A Mote), stall 15 

City Market. See adv. 
Mott, Alice Anr)^ r Front, ab Red Cross. 
Mott, Belinda, vrid of David J, r 4th, nr Queen. 
Mott, Benjamin, sawyer, r Front, ab Red Cross. 
Mott, Benjamin, Jr, printer with Morning Star, r 9th, nr 

Bladen. 
Mott, Euphemia A, r Castle, bet 5th and 6th. 
Mott, Mary E, r Front, ab Red Cross. 
Mott, Moses D, farmer, r Castle, bet 5th and 6th. 
Mott, Olivia B, r Front, ab Red Cross. 
Mugge, Carl, with G H W Runge, r 26 N Front. 
MULLER, G- C W, family groceries, 4th, cor Castle. 
Mulford. Thomas J, sergeant police, r 6th, bet Harnett & 

Swann. 
Munds, Ann E, wid James T, Church, cor Surry. 
Munds, James 0, r Church, cor Surry. 

Munds, William, elk with Cassidy Bros, r Church, cor Surry. 
Munson, H H, of Muusoa & Co, r 4th, cor Walnut. 
MUNSON & CO, (H H Jilunsoa and E L HARDING), mer 

tailors, clothing and furnishing goods, 38 Market. 
MURCHISON, D R, of Williams & Murchison, r 5th, cor 

Orange. 
MURCHISON. K M. of Williams & Murchison, r Brooklyn, 

NY. 
Murphy, B F, carpenter with W & W R R. 
Murphy, Maggie, 4th,, cor Castle, 



17m 



CAPE FEAE FLOUR 
m FML E 





Wilmmgton, iC #,. 
ALEX. OLDHAM, - - Proprietor. 



Depository Noc 1 on Market Street^ . between 

SECOND AND THIRD. 
Depository No. 2, Corner Front and Dock Streets. 
The only Pearl Hominy Mill in the State. 

Seei Wiieat, 

Extra Selected, 
PEA-ltflEAL , 
■ "rucie'JJ Corn, 

Corn Chops 1 
||JK^ CornBraD, 

Slior'iK, 
Wiisat Bran, 
And all kinds or 

Ground and 
Cracted HORSE, 

COW, ana 
HOG FEED. 



J 

Ex, Faanly, 

GrahaLi ax; 

Pearl Hoffliiiy 
Cora - leal 



OATS, KYE, 
PSAS. 




Office and Mills, Corner Kutt and Walnut Sts. 

CASH ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
!Slo charge for Drayage or Sewing Bags here. 



17G 

MURPHY, PATKICK, Attornej at Law and Commissioner 

of N C for Florida and Tennessee, r Princess, bet Water 

and Front. 
Murphy, — , blacksmith, W & W £ E, r Hanover, bet 

2d and 3d. 
MURPvAY, ELI, of E Murray & Co, r 5th, bet Market and 

Princess. 
MURPt AY, E & CO, (E Murray and J T Murray, Com Mers, 

Water, bel Chesnut. See adv. 
Murray, James, restaurant, Nutt, nr Red Cross. 
MURRAY, J T, of E Murray Sc Co, r New York. 
Murray, Rebecca, Mrs, wid Asa J, teacher, r Market, bet 6tli 

and 7th. 
Murrell, Alex, elk with G G Barker Ss Co, r 4th, nr Hanover. 
Murrin, E, cupola tender, W & W R R, r R R. 
MUSE, J H, local editor, Morning Star, r 8th, cor Chesnut. 
Myer, F, elk with J F Rulfs, r Nutt, bel Walnut. 
MYERS, CHAS D, of Chas D Myers & Co, r Market, cor 3d. 
MYERS, CHAS D & CO, (Chas D Myers and John LBoat- 

Wright), dealers in select family groceries, wines, Iic[iiors, 

&c, 7 N Front. See adv. 
Myers, Geo C, elk with Geo Myers, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th. 
MYERS, GEORGE, wholesale and retail li(iuors, cigars, &c, 

11 and 13 S Front, r New York. 
Myers, R C, elk with George Myers, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th. 
Myers, B, elk with G & C Bradley, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th 

Nash, John W, policeman, r 7th, cor Nixon. 

Nash, Sanil S, shipping elk with Williams & MurchiBon, r 

Ann, bet 3d and 4th. 
Nash, Sol W, c keeper of County jail, r Princess, bet Sd and 

4th. 
NATIONAL HOTEL, Reuben, Jones, prop'r, FrO'iit, loefc 

Market and Princess. 
NAVASSA GUANO CO— R R Bridgers, Pres. Donald 

McRae, Secy— Water, bel Chesnut. See adv. 



177 





'wwmm<^^m, m. €., 



IMFORTISK, 

WHOLESALE DEALER AND RECTIFIES 

FINE WINES, BRANDIES, 
aiN". RUM, 

WHISKIES, &c. 




AGEXT for the i'ollowiiig choice arid c«=*ebrate(l brands • : Fine 
Whiskies : 



Smitli's By^c, 
I*7i£4^^1jttfg Eye, 
Zm^si Bitters., 



jBoc3Le'g \Ky.) BcTiibon, 



AJso i-.Ii t'ao okoic« brands of FINE C'IGAKS. Order h fro: 
kftcle mlkut'-Hl asid warrant^Ma to give satisl&ciion. 



178 

NEFF, A H, hardware, tin ware and stoves, ly S Front, r 
Purcell House. 

Neff, George G, elk with Joseph H Neff, r Dock, het Front 
and 2d. 

NEFF, JOSEPH H, ship chandler and grocer, saloon, bowl- 
ing alley, and billiard rooms, 20 and 22 S Water, r 
Dock, hefc Front and 2d. 

Neilen, M, lab with W & W R R. 

Nelson, Adolph, moulder, r 3d and Orange. 

Nelson, Hattie, r 3d, cor Ann. 

New, E, Mrs, wid of Geo, r Front, ab Castle. 

Newell, Geo A, of Geo A Newell & Co, r 6th, cor Walnut. 

NEWELL, GEORGE A & CO, (G A Newell and M U and 
A Finlayson), sad'ls, harness & leather, 9 S Front. See adv. 

New Hanover County Work House, Stacy Van Amringe, 
Supt. 

Newlin, Lizzie, r Swann, bet 5 th and 6th. 

Newman, D, of D Newman & Greenberg, and D and J 
Newman, r New York. 

NEWMAN, D & J, (David and Joseph Newman), dry goods, 
clothing, &c, 14 Market. 

Newman, Joseph, of D & J Newman, r Orange, cor 2d. 

Newman, Philip, ret gro and liquors, Water, cor Chesnut, r 
5th, cor Princess. 

NICKOLES, (c), mattrass maker, 5th, bet Bladen and Har- 
nett. 

Nicholson, J A, of Fairlej, Mclver & Co, r Walnut, bet 3d 
and 4th. 

Niemyer, James C, elk with John E Niemyer, r Orange, Gor 
6th. 

Niemeyer, J E, engineer xdth W & W E E. 

Niemyer, John E, groceries, Orange, cor 6th. 

Nixon, Louis, Capt Police, r Red Cross, bet 4th and 6tli. 

Nixon, Mary J, 5th, cor Walnut. 

Nolen, Jas, r 2d, bet Nun and Church. 

Nons, E, family groceries, r Anderson, nr &th. 

Norcom, H S, physician, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 

Northrop, Matilda W, r Orange, bet 3d and 4th. 



1,79 



hAm I ami Iwmpang, 
IBBOTISBURG AND WILMINGTON, N. C, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of 

YELLOW PINE LUMBER, 

Shingles, Staves, (fcc. 

JOSEPH 0. ABBOTT, 



President and Treasurer. 



GEO. Z. FRENCH, 



aerk 



HENRY SHUTTE, 
Boot & Shoe Maker, 

Market, near Second Street, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

BOOTS and SHOES MADE TO OKDEPw afc siiort notice ia tke 
liWfflt fashionable style, by the beat workmen, and warranted to fit. All 
msde of the best French materials. A single trial will satisfy the moSt 

fasiidioas that he cannot be excellod in style, fit, aad superior work, 

aas^p, at reasonable prices. 




180 

NORTHROP, SAMUEL, of Northrop .V- Gumming, r 5tK, 
cor Dock. 

HORTHROF, S G, book-keeper and salesman v^lth F M 
Agostini, r Orange, bet 3d and 4tb. 

NORTHROP, WM H, of Northrop and Cummino-, r 2d, cor 
Dock. 

NORTHROP & GUMMING, (Saml Northrop, ^\m II Nor- 
throp, and Wm A Gumming, steam saw and plani^^g 
mills, and Com Mers, 16 N Water, & foot of Castle. See 
adr. 

NUTT, HENRY, r Red Cross, cor 2d. 

Nutt, John, elk with Sol Bear & Bros, r 5th, bet Walowtaiid 
Red Gross. 

Nutt, John, Jr, elk with Barry Bros, r 5th, betMulberrj au.d 
Red Cross. 

o. 

O'Brien, J J, butcher, Walnut, bet 10th and 11th. 
O'Brien, Martin, retail grocer, r Nutt, cor Red Cross. 
O'Brien, Martin, Jr, elk, r Nutt, cor Red Cross. 
Oldenbuttel, John G, of Wesaell & OldenbutteL r 2d, cor 

Market. 
OLDHAM, ALEXANDER, Cape Feav Flour and Pead 

Hominy Mills, Nutt, cor Walnut, and Cape Fear depfSii- 

tories, Market, nr 2d, and Front, cor Dock, r Fronts let; 
' Mulberry and Walnut. S«e advs, page 115 and kst 

page. 
Oldham, C W, of Cannon & Oldham, r 3d, Let Nua and 

Church. 
Oldham, W P, of Oldham & Gumming, r 3d, bet Nim ar.d 

Church. 
OLDHAM & GUMMING, (W P Oldham and Presto-n Cum- 

miug), Com Mers and elealcra in flour, feerl. &c, Princei'^, 

bet Water and Front. 
OiTj Henry E, printer with Morning Star, r 5tb, eor Nna. 
Orr, William 0, r 5tb, bet Church and Nun. 
Oiiell^ Fannie E, r cor McRae and E-ed Cross. 



181 



ISREEN & PLANNER, 

bl-CfES^OKS TO ELIJAH WILLIS, ' 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



AND MANrjvv 'TrKERS or 



PmRMACEUTICAL AND TOiLET 6000$, 

-17 ]MarkeT Str-eet. 

3SAHCE STOSE COBNEE ■ata and KANOYEE STS., 

Wilmlffigt^a, lis ©. 



T, H. JOHNSON & BRO. 



INTO. S Oitjr IS/LsLicrlsLGiL. 



Wo 
prepared to 
i'Emisii Ship- w 
piag', Hotek, / 
Families £e I 
others;, 'Tith 
eT2ry tLing 
in ourK;:e, 
■lie best ^u.a.i 
1j at Iow€-^ "" 
Market rat* £ 




WHOLESALE 

liUOR, TOBACCO AND CIGAR DEALEi, 

NO. -^ NORTH WATER STREET, 

"WILMIFGTOF, ST. C. 

Country Merchants will do well to examine m\c 
Stock before purchasing elsewhere. 



182 

Orrell, Jas S, machinist; r cor McPkae and Red Cross. 

ORRELL, J B, ligliterraan, foot of Market, r 4th, nr Han- 
over. 

Orrell, John J, carpenter, r Wooster, bet 8th and 0th, 

Orrell, Mary A, wid of Henry, r Church, bet 6th and 7th. 

Orrell, R C, elk ^-ith J B Orrell, r 5th, bet BruRswick a!id 
Hanover. 

Orrell, Robert, apprentice at Journal Office, r Front, bet Wal- 
nut and Mulberry. 

Orrell, Sarah E. r 4th, cor Hanover. 

Ortman, F W, elk with August Deumelandt, r 19 N Water. 

Otten, D, family groceries, r 5th, cor Campbell. 

Owen, Cornelia E, r Queen, bet 3d and 4th. 

Owen, Eliza H, r Front, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Owens, Mary E. Mr?, wid Alex, r Queen, bet 3d and 4th. 

P, 

Packer, Mary, r 4tli, cor Castle. 

Pae, Archie, machinist, W & W R R, r 2d and Harnett. 

Palmer, , conductor, W d- W R R, r 4th. bot HanoTST 

and Brunswick. 
Parker, Annie M, r Market, bet Sth and 9th. 
Parker, C C, painter with J A Parker, r 6th, bet I^^wson 

and Wooster. 
PARKER, JOHN A, house, sign, and ship painter, ^d^. cor 

Princess, r Market, bet Sth and 9th. 
Parker, John J, elk at Post Office, r Tjd, bet Queen aiad 

Wooster. 
Parker, N F, painter with J A Parker, r Zvlarket, bet Sth 

and 9th. 
Parker, Wm M, elk with A H Neff. r Red Crcs.^, bet 4tli and 

5th. 
Parsley, Eliza H, wid of Wm M, r lied Cross, cor 2d. 
Parsley, George D, elk with Gr Parsley, Sr, r 4tli, hi Ashe, 
PARSLEY, G, Sr, Prop'r Hilton Steam Saw and Plaoiag 

Mills, 4th and Ashe, r same. 



183 

E. MURRAY & CO, 

WHOLESALE 

km aai Immm Merchants, 

WilmimgtQM, M. €. 

I T. MURRAY & CO., 

Commission Merchants, 

NO. 188 PEARL ST., NEW YORK. 

Personal atteiTtion given to the sale of Cotton 
and Naval Stores. 

JAMES WALKER, 

Wilmington Marble Works. 

AND BUILDER. AND OONTRAOTOE 

MARBLE ..^ MONUMENTS, 

^ or KVEET CHABACX32, 




yimtm Mm.^m. 



' \Mmi mt^^^^mr'-^^i^ A.NT> DESIGN. 



m^im 



MANTELS 

Tombs, '^^^^ Sfa^e Slones, 
GARDEN STATUAEY, &c., 

Of tho Latest and Most Approved Designs. 

OFFICE, S. E. COR. FRONT AND WALNUT STREETS., 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



184 

PARSLEY, O G, Jr, of O G Parsley ct Co, r Pted Cross, bet 

2d and 3d. 
PARSLEY, O G ct CO, (O G Parsley, Jr,', Sliippiug'and Com 

Mers and coal dealers, Water, bet Dock and Orange. 
Pato, Jolm, with Anderson & Jones, r Front, ab Castle. 
PATTERSON, GEORGE, Rev, Priest of St. John's Cath- 
olic Episcopal Chnrch, r rear of Clinrch, Red Cross, cor 

3d. 
Patt(?rsoi], ^^' A, elk ^\-itli W H IVlcRary A-. Co, r 3d, cor Mar- 
ket. 
Patten, William, baker, Uh Market. 

Pearsall, E D, elk with Vick & Mebano, r Chesnut, cor 2d. 
Pearsall, Oscar, elk with Edwards S: Hall, r 3d, bet Walnut 

and Red Cross. 
Peck, Emily T, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 
PECK, (tEO a, hardware, agricnltnral imps, paints, oils, 

glass, «tc, 15 S Front, r 3d, bet Ann and Nnn. 
Peck, Mary B, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Peck, T F, inspector, r 3d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Pelkoy, Peter, weaver, r Castle, bet 4th and 5th. 
Pennypacker, Ed J, naval inspector, 22 N Water, r Princess, 

bet 2d and 3d. 
Penny, Henry W, P O ronte agt, ^^\ C S: A R R, r Chesnut, 

bet 5th and 6th. 
Penny, Samuel H, with William .1 Penny, r Dock, bet 7th 

and 8th. 
Penny, William J, slioemaker, Orange, cor 3d, r Dock, bet 

7th and Sth. 
PENTON, W31 J, of W J Penton ct Co, r cor 7th and Church. 
PENTON,W J ifc CO, dealer in old metals, paper stock, oakuro, 

&c, Water, bet Chesnut and Mulbeny. 
PERDEW, JOHN W, gunsmith, at A H Neil's, r 7th, bet 

Mulberry and Walnut. 
Perricn, Henry R, r (Chesnut, cor 2d. 
Person, J E, elk with Bass & Scott, r Red Cross, bet 3d and 

4th. 
PESCHAU, E, wholesale and retail grocer and liquor dealer, 

36 N Water, r Sth, bet Market and Dock. 
Peterson, Andrew, watcliman with Hart & Bailey, r 4th, bet 

Castle and Queen. 



185 



L. FLANAGAN 




-DEALER IN- 



MILLINERY 



-^- 







urn GOODS, 
H!S, FROITS ^^m^^ fiabf Caffiagei 




AND 



FFM CoilftCliOlierie^, ^-^^^^- Lunch Baskets, 



And a General Assortment of Small Wares, 

ITOTIOITS, t&c, cfeo., 
¥IBIETY STORE, MO. 42 MARKET STREET, 

\V1LMIFGT0¥, Jf. G. 

im^ A iiood assortment of FIEE WOEK.S always on hand, 

B. POWELL, JR., 

49 MA.E3KET STREET, 

"W'lLMI^GTOF, N. G., 
ARTISTICAL BARBER, 

Skampooing and Hair Dressing Saloon^' 

SHADING, HAIK DRESSING aud every thing done ia a Fim^- 
OlaSB Saloon esecakd with promptness and dispatch 
A corps of Fiiet Class Artists in the Profession always ready to exe- 

■K,V:.ic orders from Ladies and Gcatlemen at their residences. 



186 

Peterson, C W, tel operator, Wil a' W B. E, r olI bet Eed 

Cross and Campbell. 
Peterson, Emma, r 4tli, bet Dock and Market. 
Peterson, George A, tinner, with William Sutton, r Gtii, cor 

Churcli. 
Peterson, George M, tinner, witli J Ciiilds, r Cliurcli, co^r 6>tk. 
PETTEWAY, J T. of Pettewav ct Moore, r Ctb Jx-t- Princess 

and Chesnut. 
Pettewaj, Wm H, engineer, W, C & A E E, r Market, bet 

6th and 7th. 
PETTEWAY & MOOEE, (J T Petfceway and Eoger Moo.-e), 

Gen Com Mers, Water, bet Chesniit and Princess. 
PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHEEN MAIL STEAMSHIP' 

CO, WOETH & WOETH, agts. Water, cor Mulberrj. 
Pickett, Isaac J, cik with Williams & Miirchison. r Eed Cross,, 

bet 5th and 6tli. 
Pickett, Marv P. wid Thomas 8, I'cmrding honsr, Front, cor 

Eed Cross. 
PIGOTT, DAVID, tol-aceonist, 12 Marker, r NaUonal Hoiel. 
Piner, Betsey, wid Lawrence, r Sth, nr Meares. 
Piner, Sallie, r Front, bel Dock. 

Pipkin, Archibald T, elk with A Oldham, r FroM't, bet Mul- 
berry and Walnut. 
Pishon, Annie M, teacher in Hemmcnway Free School, r 

Eed Gross, bet Front and 2d. 
Pittman, James, cooper with A H Yan Bokkclen, r 6tli, fcst 

Queen and Dawson. 
Pittman, Eansom, carpenter, r Seaman's Home. 
Pittman, Geo E, printer at JoTiA^nal Office, r^d. I^rt Eed Cress 

and Campbell. 
Pittman, Jos C, printer. Morning Star, r od, bet Eed Gi'osS' 

and Campbell. 
Pitts, Mary J, Miss, boarding house, o-i Market. 
Piver, Thomas, fisherman, r Dawson, nr od. 
Plate, John H, gardener, r 25 S Front. 
Piatt, J T, machinist, r Mulberry, bet Gth and 7th. 
PLATT, SAML P, Capt steam tng Alpha, r Ann, cor Ejfo.'i.;, 
Piatt, Henry L, mate of steam tug Alpha, r SmithTille. 



187 




A. LESSMAN, 

BAKERY .^ 



AND 



Confeclionefyi^^^^w 

No, 11 Sontli SecoiH St., ktween MM ami Docli Sts,, 
WILMI]&fGTOSf. ¥. C, 

\ LABGE SUPPLY OP 

FRESH BREAD, CAKES. CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD, 

Fruits, Confectioneries, &c., 

OF ALL KINDS, ALWAYS ON HAND. 

All orders for Cakes, plain and ornamental, and baking of all 
kinds for weddings, parties, &:c., promptly executed at the lowest 
rates. 



GARRAWAY & GLEAPOR, 

TJ n d e 1^ F la r c e 1 1 EC o n s e, 
ARTISTS IN THE TONSORIAL ART. 

THE LEADING BARBERS IN WILMINGTON. 

Orders from Ladies and Gentleracn promptly executed at tlieir 
j-esidenccs. 



188 

Playov, Alderman & Co, (T W Player, A Alderman, and G F 

Alderman), grocers, 38 N Water, 
Player, T W, of Player, Alderman Sc Co, and produce broker, 

r 3d, nr Castle. 
Pliec, Henry, clli with George Steenken, r 2d, cor Hanover. 
Plien, John H, elk vdth J C Koch, r Front, cor Orange. 
Plumbe, Charles, conductor sleephig car, TV ^^^^ W K E, r 

Front, cor Eed Cross. 
Piunlrett, John, blacksmith, r Nun, bet 5th and 6th. 
Poisson, Eliza E, wid of Dr Louis J, r 2d, bet Walnut and 

Eed Cross. 
POISSON, FEEDBEICK D, Attorney at Law, Princess, bet 

2d and 3d, r 2d, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
Poisson, J D, passenger dept agt, W <fe W E E, r 5th, cor 

Mulberry. 
Poisson, John J, delivery elk with Barry Bros, r 5th, cor 

Mulbeny. 
POISSON, WM M, genl ticket agt and elk, W ct W E E, 

r 3Iulberry, bet 2d and 3d. 
Poliey, E G, r 5th, bet Market and Princess. 
Polley, H N, gun smith, Princess, bet Front and Water, r 

5th, bet Market and Princess. 
POBIEEOY, EDWAED, livery, sale and exchange stables, 

Princess, bet 3d and 4th, r Mulberry, bet 4th and 5th. 

See adv. 
Poiiieroy, Julia, r Mulberry, bet 4th and 5th. 
Pool, John, elk, W, C & a'e E, r Farmer's Hotel. 
Poppe, George, elk with Eumj) & Meyer, r 14 N Water. 
Porter, Thomas W, elk at Purcell House, r Purcell House. 
POSNEE, CHAELES, elk with Wm Ettinger, r Princess, 

bet 6th and 7th. 
Posner, S, elk with Wm Ettinger, Princess, bet 6th and 7th. 
POST, JAMES F, architect, Prmcess, bet 2d and 3d, r Prin- 
cess, bet 4th and 5th. 
Potter, F W, boot and shoe maker. Front, bet Church and 

Castle. 
Potter, Jno, watchman at Chadboui-n's Mills, r 2d, nr Cowan. 
Potter, Eamsey, watchman, r 2d, ni- Cowan. 
POTTEE, MES, SAMUEL F, proprietress of Point Pctei' 

Eice Mill, r 2d, cor Orange. 



189 

E. E. BUERUSS. Pres't. A. K. WALKEE. Ca^liT. 






OF WILMINGTON. 



DlilECTORS : 

E. E. BURRUSS, J. H. OHADBOURN 

W. H. McRARY, ELI MURRAY, 

S. D. WALLACE. 



Beceive DEPOSITS, DISCOUNT BILLS OF EXCHANGE. 
Deal in COIN. &-c. Arc. 

Make Collections in all parts of the United States and C'mada, 
with proaapt rotoi-ns. 

J. A. MEBANE, 

Wliolesale and Eetail Dealer in 

DRUGS, MEDIMS, PERFUMERY, 

Fancy and Toilet Artides, &c., &c., 

S. E. COR FRONT AND PRINCESS STREETS. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

N. B. — ^Special attention given to oountiy Merehaata and PisTBiDm? 
o/dcrs. 

S^-- Prcvscriptions carefully prepaa^jd at all hours. '=5^ 
?|ii'iinfocv;irer of lufallUble Pile OiEtrrent. 



190 

Potter, Samuel T, carpenter, r Hanover, bet 5tli and 6th. 

Powell, Anna E, r Mulberry, bet 4tli and 5tli. 

POWELL, B, Jr, (c), barber, 49 Market, r 6tli, nr Chesnut. 

See adv. 
Powell, Sarali, r Mulberry, bet itli and 5th. 
Pratt, David, of Pratt k Craig, r 5th and Swann. 
PKATT <fe CRAIG, (David Pratt and Simon Craig), butchers, 

Brooklyn Market, stall No 1. 
Presbyterian Church, First, (c), 8th, cor Chesnut. 
Presbyterian Church, Horace Singleton, pastor, Orange, cor 

3d. 
Price, Alex, (c), policeman, r Gwynn, bet Dickinson and Wood. 
PRICE, ALFRED L, of Engelhard & Price, r 4th, bet Prin- 
cess and Chesnut. 
Price, Allen, Dudley, bet Dickinson and Anderson. 
Price, B K, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Price, B T, boiler-maker, with W & W R R. 
Price, Caroline L, r Market, bet 5th and 6th. 
PRICE, CHARLES, mailing elk Daily and Weekly Journal, 

r 4th, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
Price, C K, wid R W, r 5th, cor Orange. 
PRICE, GEO W, Jr, (c), land agt and State Senator, r 6th, 

bet Ann and Nun. See adv. 
PricCj Helen O, r 5th, bet Church and Castle. 
Price, Ida J, r 5th, bet Church and Castle. 
Price, Jessie A, r 4th, cor Hanover. 
Price, Josei^h, conductor, W, C & A R R, Market, bet 5th 

and 6th. 
Price, Louisa F, r 4th, bet Church ,ajid Castle. 
Price, Mary E, wid of Wm W, r 5th, bet Church and Castle. 
Price, Mary J, r 4th, cor Hanover. 

PRICE, RICHARD E, family groceries, r Front, cor Queen. 
Price, R W, elk with W, C & A R R, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Price, Sallie J, r 2d, bet Walnut and Red Cross. 
Price, S N, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Price, Wm K, elk with Vick & Mebane, r Market, bet 5 th 

and 6th. 
Price, — ' , watchman, Navassa Guano Works, r 4th, cor 

Harnett. 



191 



G. A. NEWELL & CO., 

NO. O SO IT T H FRONT STREET 

Imimmtmm., M. 0:, 



MANfFAOTrEEES O'F — — 



11 Mill 

HARNESS, &c. 



S) 




A.lso Maniafacturers ci BOOTS and SHOES. We keep on Land 
LEATHEE, LASTS, TOOLS, aud SHOE FINDINGS, of every de, 

scriptioii.. 

BOOT AND SHOE Maoufackers, 

and make to .3rder of tbe bet: material, on liberal tei-m.5. 



AGENTS 



P K 



SINGER' 




Snilg MMilk"*%gB,«2a«a&# 



192 

Price, Wm L, painter, r SorrV;, nr Castle. 

Price, Wm W, Mrs, r otli, bet Churcli and Castle. 

Price, C M, Mrs, r 4tb, bet Princess and Chesniit. 

Price, Mary J, r 4111, bet Princess and Cliesnut. 

Price, Sarah, r 4th, bet Princess and Chesnnt. 

Price, Wm P, student, r 4th, bet Princess and Chesnnt. 

Price, Joseph A, r 4tb. bet Princess and Chesnnt. 

Price, Benj, r 4th, bet Princess and Chesnnt. 

Price, Frederick Thomas, r 4th, bet Princess and Chesni:*;. 

Price, John I, r 4th, bet Princess and Chesnnt. 

Pridden, Benjamin, Com Mer, r Cape Fear Honsc. 

Prigge^ Carrie, r Cape Fear House. 

PRIGGE, GEYERT, propr Cape Fear House, Chcsnm. bet 

Front and Water. 
Prigge, Lillie, r Cape Fear House. 
Prigge, Marv I, r Cape Fear House. 
Prigge, Pi ovine, r Cape Fear House. 
Prioleau, Philip, of J W Galloway & Co, r No 4 S Water. 
Prioleau, Philip, Jr, elk with J W Galloway & Co, r 2d, bet 

Dock and Orange. 
Prout, Ellen, with 8aml Northrop, r 5th, cor Dock. 
Puckett, James M, cooper, with J Wilder, r Castle, be': 6tli 

and 7th. 
PUGH, JOHN H, mailing elk with Morning Star, i LG K 

Front. 

Pundt, Amelia J, Mrs, r Church, bet Front and 2d. 
Pundt, John M, boiler-maker, W, C & A E B, r C'Jiv.rch, 
bet Front and 2d. 

Pundt, John W, seaman, r Churchj b<?t Front and 2d. 
Pnrcell, James B, Key, Rector St James Episcopal Ch.'-zich. 
r Front, cor Princess. 

PURCELL HOUSE, Jeha R Davis, Propr, Front, b:-t Mar- 
ket and Princess. See adv. 

Pmocllj Mrs Eliza A, r South gide Market, nr 8th. 
FTJENELL, THOMAS R, lawyer^ Market, bet 2d and U, v 

Market, bet 8th an 61 9th. 



1^3 

BRAHMAS, DORKINS, 

SOLDEN and SILVER KAHBERG, 

GOLD LACE EAUIAMS; 

- AXi) - 

Black Spanish Fowls, 

FOB SALF.. 





SO, itiile Chester Pip 



NOr AKIN. 



Whik Holland ^and Krorize Turkier^o 

Orders sent by Mail wi'l receive 
prompt attentiou. 



J. W. SCHENCK, Jr., 

At County Court House, Wilni-ngton, N. C. 



ESTA.BLISHED 186-3. 



BANKING HOUSE 



O F 



WILMI¥&TO¥, F. C, 



Same business transacted as that of an incorporated Bank. - 
Draws at sight, in sums to sr.it, on ENGLAND, IRELAND', 
SCOTLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, &c. 
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to. 

CORIIESPONDENTS : 
National Park Bant, New York ; National Exchange Bank, Baltimore. 
E 



194 



Quince, Emma B, r 4tli, bet Dock and Market. 

Qiiiiice, George L, r 4th, bet Dock and Market. 

Qnince, J Atlielia, wid of John B, r 4th, bet Dock and Mar- 
ket. 

Quince, Kate C, r 4th, bet Dock and Market. 

Quince, Maria E, Mrs, wid of, Parker, boarding house, Mar- 
ket, bet 2d and 3d. 

Qninlan, D, blacksmith, W k W R E. 

R. 

Eahn, Fanny, r 25 S Front. 

Eahn, Louisa, wid Wm, r 25 S Front. 

EaJin, Thomas -J, machinist with Hart & Baily, r 25 S Front. 

Eankin, Eliza A, r Princess, bet 9th and 10th. 

Eankin, John T, of Cantwell, Eankin & Co, r Princess, bet 

9th and 10th. 
Eankin, Margaret J, r Nun, bet Front and 2d. 
Eanki-n, N B, salesman with F W Kerclmer, r 4th, bet Ann 

and Nun. 
Eankin, Eobt, elk, W, C & A E E, r Front, cor Princess. 
Eankin, Eobert G, elk, W, C & A E E, r 2d, bet Dock and 

Orange. 
Eankin, Susan Alice, Mrs, r 4th, bet Ann and Nun. 
Eankin, Valeria, r Princess, bet 9th and 10th. 
EANSOM, EOBEET, r 5th, cor Dock. 
EANSOM, EOBEET, MES, Principal Female Seminary, r 

5th, cor Dock. See adv. 
Eathjen, Luder, elk with J G Baumau, r Dock, cor 5th. 
Eead, Mattie, r 9th, bet Chesnut and Princess. 
Eector, Elijah, carpenter, r Dawson, nr 5th. 
Eector, Lillian, wid Nehemiah, r Dawson, nr 5th. 
Eedd, Christopher, r Mulberry, bet 7th and MacEae. 
Eedd, Daniel K, r Mulberry, bet 7th and MacEae. 
EEEDEE, HENEY, grocer, Front, cor Mulberry, r 2d, bet 

Mulberry and Chesnut. 
EeddiDg, SusaD, Mrs, md of John, r 6th, cor Nxm. 



195 



P. H. HAYDEN, 

kmii d Ifap Mak 

.^J^DRAYS AND CARTS^J^ 

MADE TO OEDER. 

REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS, 



Harness .Made or Repaired, 
TRIMMINGS DONE IN THE BEST STYLE. 

C HORSE SHOEING 3 

■JEJXXCUTED WITH J^EATNE?^ AND Jl^P/^TCH. 

SIGN OF THE 



f^. imm\ Mim imuM) rtSiSi ^■a^ll. r^iSL iBiir MnM\ -vKt^ 



ON [TfflRD STREET, 

:Test Door to Southerland [& Steagal's StaWes. 



196 

Eeddick, John, engineer, W, C ct A R E, r 4tli, bet Nun and 

Cliurcli. 
Kedd, Keziali, r Mulberry, bet 7th and MacEae. 

Eeese, , lab with H E Sarage, r 5th, bet Taylor k 

Hardin. 
Eegister, Gibson, foundryman, W ct W E E, r 5th, bet Ann 

and Nun. 
Eegister, John, fisherman, r Dawson, bet 3d and 4th. 
Eeichman, S, elk with L Solomon & Co, r Dock, nr 2d. 
EEILLY, JAMES, Propr Wihnington and Eagle Island 

, ferry, r 6th, bet Dock and Orange. 
Eeston, Elizabeth J, r Orange, cor 3d. 
Rhew, Fredk, supt distillery for A H Van Bokkelen, r 6tli, 

cor Castle. 
EHEINSTEIN, D F, of Aaron & Eheinstein, r Natl Hotel. 
Ehue, Fred, foreman at A H Van Bokkelen's distillery, r 6tli, 

cor Queen. 
EICE, LAWSON E, of Straus & Eice, and Cape Fear Build- 
ing Co, r Front, cor Chesnut. 
EICE, PEEEY M, foreman with Strausz k Eice, and Chief 

Engineer Fire Department, r 6th, bet Ann and Nun. 
Bichardson, Jacob, elk, r 

Eichardson, Sarah, wid Thomas, saloon, r Nutt, ab Walnut. 
Eising, Eichard, tinner, with J Childs. 
Eisley, Henry, carpenter, r 5th, bet Church and Castle. 
Eivera, Thomas, of Eourke & Eivera, r Eed Cross, bet. 5tk 

and 6 th. 
Eobbins, James W, elk with Bear & Sternberger, r 5th, cor 

Taylor. 
Eobbins, John D, elk with SamI Blossom, r N E cor 7th and 

Castle. 
Eobbins, Sarah, wid Michael, r Front, bel Ann. 
Eoberts, Wm E, cooper with Vick & Mebane, r nr Hilton. 
Eobey, W A, Eev, pastor Front st Methodist Church, r 2d, 

cor Walnut. 
Eobinson, A T, r 2d, nr Walnut. 
EobinsoD, C H, Com Mer, at Willard Bros, r Front, cor Nun. 



197 




G. I MAYER, 

BeWeeu Frout and Seroiul. 

WILMINGTON. N. C. 



fllL! m FiC! eHKER! iO 'COMF[ETiOi[R, 

Families and Parties supplied .--^^-.r^^" 
with CAKES, PIES, FRUITS, 



IMUTS,, PICKLES, SAUCES, h^^r^W^ 

SPICES, &.C. ^Tm» 

EMPORIUM FOR CHOICE CONFECTIONERY,. 

CANDIED, Forcigu an.I Domestic, FRUITS, JELLIES, PRESERVES, k 

SiM WAf 11, 

With alt the Variety of PURE SYRUPS. 




xmr 



0. G. PARSLEY, - - Proprietor, 



/, s.v» 



1866. 

All orders and enquiries will have the Personal Attention ofjjthe 
Proprietor. 



198 

Eobinson, Edward, timber inspector, 23 N Water, r Camp- 
bell, bet 8tli and 9th. 
Eobinson, Fredk G, salesman with Willard Bros, r Dock, bet 

6th and 7th. 

Robinson, Heman H, Dr, planter, r Eed Cross, cor 3d. 

Eobinson, James S, physician, r 2d, bet Princess and Ches- 
nut. 
X Eobinson, John m lighterman, 31 N Water, r 2d, bet Castle 
and Queen. 

Eobinson, Peter, saw filer at Kidder's mill, Surry, cc»r Davi- 
son. 

Eockford, P, lab with W & W E E. 

Eockwell, J L, elk with DeEosset & Co, r od, nr Eed Cross. 

Eoderick, Josephine, with S Blossom, r 7th, eO'i Castle. 

Eogers, George, painter, with J A Parker, r Market, bet 8tk 
and 9th. 

Eollins, Emily G, teacher in Union Grammar School, r Eed 
Cross, bet Front and 2d. 

Eooney, Johanna, wid of John, r Walnut, cor MacEae. 

Eoper, Ella E, teacher Wilston School, r 7tl2, cor Nun. 

Eosafy, E M, P O route agt W & W E E, r Princess, bet 8tli 
and 9th. 

Eosenthal, Bertha, r Dock, bet Front and 2d. 

Eosenthal, Gustave, with N Mayer, r Dock, bet Front & 2d. 

Eoss, E G, ship-builder, r 2d, cor Castle. 

Eotchford, Peter, lab, W & W E E, r 2d, cor Princess. 

Eourke, G P, of Eourke & EiTera, r 6th, nr Eed Cross. 

Eourke & Eivera, (G P Eourke and Thomas EiTcra, weigh- 
ers of rosin, 15 N Water. 

Eouss, , grocer, r Walnut, bet 4th and 5tli. 

Eowe, Lenora E, r Walnut, bet 4th and 5th. 

Eowell, J W, carpenter, foreman W, C & A li E, r Ctti, bet 
Dock and Orange. 

Eowe, Margaret, r Walnut, bet 4th and 5th. 

Eowe, Mary E, wid of W^m, r Walnut, bet 4th and 5th. 

Eoyster, William F, printer, Morning Star, Chesnvi, bet 
Water and Front. 

Euark, John H, blacksmith, W, C <fe A E E, r Castle, ab Front. 



199 



1^. A„ 1,. W1^1#J11|,. 

DEALEr. IN' 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 

OLDEST DRUG STORE !N THE CITY. 

Country orders soiicited. 

OFFICE OVER DRUG STORE, 
North West Ooriier Market and Front Streets, 

T. J. MOTE & BRO., 

stall 15, City Market. 




YOPP & WOOLVIN, 

kkkim & Cabioet Mm> 

X. E. Cor. Secoiid and Princess Umi>, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

METALIC BUHiAL CASES, 

All Sizes, AlAvays on Fljiiid, 
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND VARNISHED^ 




200 

Eiidiif, \V John, tinner, v\-ith A H Neff, r 3d, bet Red Cross 

and Walnut. 
Eiidinan, Adolph, elk with N Gottberg, r Princess, cor 2d. 
Eiilfs, Jolm F, retail grocer, Nutt, cor Walnut. 
BUMLEY, DENAED, U S Collector of Port, r Front, 

cor Cliesnnt. 
Eiimp, Charles, of Eump ct Meyer, r Baltimore. 
Eiimp & Meyer, (Charles Eump and John Meyer), groceries 

and lifjuors, M N Water. 
EUNGE, G H W, family groceries and saloon. Front, bet 

Dock and Orange, and 20 N Front, r 5th, bet Ann and 

Xun. Sec adv. 
Eiish, Martha, r Red Cross, bet -Ith and oth. 
Eusli, Martha A K, teacher Union Grammar School, r Red 

Cross, bet 5th and Gth. 
E'lsmeyer, Metta, with Silas N Martin, r Market, bet 2d and 

od. 
Eass, Claudia, r 4:th, bet Kun and Church. 
Eussel, Amanda S, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 
Enssoil, Chas D, elk with'O G Parsley & Co, r 2d, nr Ann. 
Enssell, Daniel L, Sr, planter, r Front, bet Mulberry and 

Walnut. 
EUSSEL, DANIEL L, Jr, Judge of Superior Court, r 2d, 

bet Dock and Orange. 
Eassell, David S, r Front, bet Mulberry and Walnut. 
Enssell, Henry K, Mrs, r 2d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Eussell, John McE, elk, G G Barker & (Jo, r 2d, bet Orange 

and Ann. 
Russell, Joseph B, elk with F W Kerchner, r 4:th, cor Nun. 
Eussell, Lizzie, r 4th, cor Nun. 
Enssell, Sallie E, r 2d, bet Orange and Ann. 
Euss, Nancy, Mrs, wid Caswell, r Dock, cor 6th. 
EYAN, JOHN, elk Special City Court, r Blower's alley, bet 

Market and Princess and Gth and 7th. 

s. 

Sadbury, John, carpenter, r 8th, cor Castle. 

Salmon, Joseph, watchman, r Walnut, bet 5th and 6th. 

Sampson, John, lab at Gas Works. 



2ai. 



RICH AND VALUABLE ARTICLE! 




ISrOT INFEJEHOR TO 

IN ITS FERTILIZING PROPERTIES 

Made from tlie rich Phosphate Deposits of South Carolina, and pro- 
Eouneed by various Chemists one of the BEST MANUEES KNOWN. 

LOOK AT THE ANALYSIS, 

£j Prof. C. U. SHEPHERD, Jr., of tiis Medical CoUege 
of SoutlsL Carolina. Sample selected by himself. . 

Moifitui-e expelled at 212 de;;. T 16.07 

'Organic Matter, with some water of combiuitiou expelled at a low red beat.. 16.15 

JFited ingredients 66.08 

JlEimonia 2.60 

Pioephoric Acid— Soluble 6.96 Equivalent to 

11.27 Soluble Phoephata of Lime, 
raeoluble 6.17 Equivalent to 

IS.iS Insoluble (bone), 

I.S.IS 24.75 Phosphate of Lime, 

Slilphurio Acid 11.01 Equivalent to 

23.65 Sulphate of Lime. 

gdphate of Potash C8 

Stilphate of Soda 3.05 

yand ll.OG 

The Professor writes : " On the strength of these results I am glad to certify to 
tie anperiority of the OAKOLINA FEKTILIZER examined." 

USED SAME AS PERUVIAN GUANO. 

tlfS° Certificates of its value as a manure can be had o n anolication. 

DeROSSST & Co.. 

AGENTS FOR NORTH CAROLINA. 

Wilmington, N. C, 1870. 



202 

Sampson, Jolm W, house carpenter, r 2d, bet Churcli and 

Castle. 
Sampson, Joseph E, family groceries, 4th, bet Mulberiy and 
Walnut. 

Sampson, Julia A, r 2d, bet Courch and Castle. 

Samson, Herman, of J & H Samson, r Market, nr Front. 

Samson, Julius, of J & H Samson, r New York. 

Samson, J & H, (Julius and Herman), dry goods, clothing, 
&c, 43 Market. 

Sanders, Alice, r 2d, bet Dock and Orange. 

Savage, Alice J, r Church, bet 6th and 7th. 

Savage, D F, engineer, with W & W R E. 

Savage, Eliza J, wid Francis W, r Church, bet Gth and 7th. 

SAVAGE, HENRY R, propr Hilton rice mill, 4th, nr Ashe, 
r 3d, bet Dock and Orange. 

Savage, John H, carpenter, r 8th, cor Dawson. 

Sauls, Anna E, wid of Wm M, r Red Cross, bet 5th and 6tli. 

Sauls, Scipie, famil}^ groceries, Gth, bet Hanover and Bruns- 
wick. 

Sauls, William J, elk, r Red Cross, bet 5th and fith. 

Saunders, Mary F, r 2d, bet Market and Dock. 

SCARBOROUGH, R J, saloon, r S Front, near Market. See 
adv. 

Scarborough, Samuel, blacksmith, with O G Parslej'-, Sr, r 
Gth, bet Nixon and Taylor. 

Scarborough, Virginia Francis, r Ca.stle, bet Gth and 7th. 

SCHENCK, JAMES W, Jr, of Schenck & Lowi'ej, and 
Sheriff New Hanover Co, r New Berne road. See adv. 

SCHENCK & LOWREY, (James W Schenck, Jr, and James 
H Lowrey), agts Wm McCann, Baltimore camages, 
Princes.s, cor 2d. 

Schmidt, B, barkeeper with Henry Breamer, r Princess, cor 
2d. 

Schoenmyer, Jolm, r Nixon, bet 5tli and Gth. 

Schonwald, Alice M, r 2d, cor Churcli. 

SCHONWALD, JAMES T, physician and apothecary, Prin- 
cess, ab Front, r 2d, cor Church. 

Schonwald, John T, r 2d, cor Church. 

Schonwald, Kate, r M, cor Church. 



203 




RAIL ROAD. 



Office Chief Engineer and Gen. Superintendent. } 
Wilmington. N. C, AuoTist 1311^ 1870. f 




Change of Seliedule* 

On and after Monday, the 15th inst, Trains on 

tlusBoadw-ill leave Wilmington at 6:00 A. M. and 9:30 P. M., and 
arrive at Weldon at 6:30 A. M. and 3:00 P. M. Leave Weldon at 10:0(» 
A. M. and 7:35 P. M. Arrive at Wilmington at 4:00 A. M. and 6:45 
P. M. The day train will not run on Sundays. 

Morning train North will leave Union Depot at G:15 o'clock. NigiiS 
train North will leave Union Depot at 9:50 o'clock. 

An Accommodation and Freight Train will leave Wilmington at 10:30i 
A. M. daily, (Sundays excepted,) Passenger train leaving Wilmington 
Hi A, M. makes connection at Goldsboro' i'or Raleigh. 

Eeturning, leave Goldsboro' at 6:00 A. M. and arrive at Wilmiugton 
at 2 P. M. 

The day trains leaving Wilmington at 6:15 A. BI. and Weldon at 
10:00 A. M,, connect closely with the Tarboro' Branch train. Night 
Passenger Trains, leaving Wilmington and Weldon on Mondays. 
Wednesdays and Fridays, also connect closely with the Tarboro 
Branch train, and with steamers to Washington, N, C. 

S. L. FREMONT, 

Engineer and Superintendent. 



204 

Sciiulken, C H_, elk with Adrian & VoUers^ r 4th, cor Walnut. 

Schulken, Charles H, 4th, cor Walnut. 

Schulken, Chas, ret groceries and liquors, Water, bel Mul- 
berry. 

Schulken, Engelhard, family groceries. Front, cor Ked 
Cross. 

Schulken, Helena R, r 4th^ cor Walnut. 

Schulken, Henrietta, r 4th, cor Walnut. 

SCHULKEN, HENRY, family groceries, 4th, cor Wal- 
nut. 

Schulken, H F, with M Schulken, Dock, cor Water. 

SCHULKEN, MARTIN, agt ret gros and liquors. Dock, cor 
Water, r Dock, cor Water. 

Schulken, Matilda A, r 4th, cor Walnut. 

Schulken, W E, elk with M Schulken, r Dock, cor Water. 

SCHUTTE, FRED H, furniture, upholsterer and paper- 
hanger. Front, bet Dock and Orange. See adv. 

SHUTTE, HENRY, boot and shoe maker. Market, ab 
2d. 
See adv. 

Scott, James J, of Bass & Scott, r Fremont. 

SCOTT, J J, of Bass & Scott, Commission Mers, North 
Water. 

Scull, Daniel S, house carpenter, r 5thj cor Red Cross. 

Seaman's Bethel, Dock, bel Front. 

SEEDERS, THOMAS T, foreman Journal Office, r Chesnut, 
bet 8th and 9th. 

Sellers, R L, of Sellars & Carr, r 6th, bet Mulberry and 
Chesnut. 

Sellers, William E N, r 6th, bet Mulberry and Chesnut. 

Sellers & Carr, (R L Sellers and Nicholas Carr), independent 
detectives, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 

^Servoss, Agnes H, r 5th, nr Orange. 

Servoss, Courtney S, inspector of customs, r Dock, bet 3d and 
4th. 

Servoss, C S, elk, Custom House, r 5th, cor Orange. 
Servoss, Ellen C, r 5th, nr Orange, 



20S 



" QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. " 



French 




Bonnets. 



HATS, Pl^^Kp EIBBONS, 



And invite your inspection of them, confident that styles and price? 
mil both suit you. 

DRESS MAKINGr, 

PATTERNS, STAMPING, &c., of the first order. 

E. A. LUMSDEN, 

NO. 40 N. FRONT STREET. 



AGENT 



-FOE- 




0OVER& BAKER'S 

SEWING MACHIlS/^-^^^yigg^^Q^g^^ 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



206 

SERVOSS, HENRY S, of Cape Fear Building Co, and Al- 
derman, r 5th_, nr Orange. 
Servoss, Robert D, r 5tb, nr Orange. 
SERVOSS, T C, city clerk, treasurer and collector, and agt 

for machinery, belting, &c, office City Hall, r Sth, bet 

Orange and Ann. See adv. 
SHAW, WM H, produce broker, 22 N Water, r Red Cross, 

bet 3d and 4th. 
Shaw, Wm Wallace, elk with J S Williams, r Red Cross, 

bet 3d and 4th. 
Sheno, H W, elk, W & W R R, r Purcell House. 
Sheppard, J, lab with W «& W R R. 
Sheppard, John, painter, r Walnut, bet 5th and 6th. 
Shepperson, A B, of A B Shepperson & Co, r Market, cor 

4th. 
SHEPPERSON, ALFRED B & CO, Gen Com Mers and 

Shippers, Water, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
SHEPPERSON, E, insurance agt, Water, cor Chesnut, r 

National Hotel. 
Sheridan, Joseph, plumber with W H Dart, r Dock, cor 

Front. 
Sheriff's Office New Hanover Co, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 
Shields, Gr C, elk with Sol Bear & Bros, r Red Cross, bet 

Front and 2d. 
Shoemaker, E M, of Shoemaker, Green & Co, and County 

Commissioner^ r Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 
Shoemaker, Green & Co, (E M Shoemaker, Wm A Green, 

Amos Galloway, and Duncan Holmes), inspectors of pro- 
visions and forage. Water, cor Princess. 
Sholar, A M, pattern-maker with W, C & A R R, r 5th, bet 

Church and Nun. 
Sholar, E A, wid of H B, r 5th, bet Churcli and Nun. 
Sholar, Elizabeth, wid John, r Front, bel Ann; 
Sliolar, Hattie J, r cor Dock and 8th. 
SHOLAR, JOHN, builder and contractor, r Market, bet Sth 

and 6th. 
81iolar, Lillie, r 5th, bet Church and Nun. 
Sholar, Wm H, brick mason, r cor Dock and 8th. 



207 

KASTSRN DIVISION. 



H'Miik CliaMe 1 1 1 H. 

COMPANY. 

OPEICE CHIEF ENGINEER AND GEN. SUPEEINTENDENT, ) 

Wilmington, N. C, October 28, 1870. \ 




Cliange of Schedule. 

On and after November 1st the Passenger 

Train will ran the following schedule : 

Leare Wilmington at 7 o'clock A. M., and arriye at the head of the 
Eoad at 4 o'clock P. M. 

Leave the head of the Eoad at 6 A. M., and arrive at Wilmington at 
3:30 P. M. daily, (Sundays excepted.) 

Two regular Freight Trains per week will leave Wilmington at 6 A. 
M., en Tuesdays and Fridays, and arrive at Wilmington on Mondays 
and Thursdays at 5 P. M. 

Thrcngh Tickets to Charlotte $10 GO. 



V/KSTZSRN DIVISION. 



Arrival and Departure of Trains. 

Wilmington, Clurlotte Ss Hutlierford Railroad. 

Leaves Charlotte, daily, at 8:30 A. M. 

Arrives at " " " 5:30 P, M. 

SILAS N. MAETIN, Pres't. 
S.* L. FREMONT, Chief Eng. and Sup't. 



208 

fSHRIER, ABR']\I, of Shrier Bros, r 4th, cor Market. 
SHRIER BROS, (A J and L Shrier), clothing and gcnt'g^ 

furnishing goods, 3 S Front.' See adv. 
SHRIER, ISAAC, of Shrier Bros, r 4th, cor Market. 
SHRIER, LOUIS, of Shrier Bros, r New York. 
Shutte, Geo L, famil}^ groceries, cor 4th and Bladen. 
Sikes, Mildred E, wid Thomas J, r 5th, cor Bladen. 
Sikes, Thomas P, r 6th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 
Silva, Emanuel, seaman, r 7th, cor Castle. 
Silver,, Joseph, lab with Willard Bros, r 5th, bet Hanover 

and Brunswick. 
Silver, Joseph, carpenter, r 4th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 
Simon, Lena, r Orange, cor 4th. 
Simpson, Annie, r Hanover, bet 5th and 6th. 
Simpson, Catharine, wid William, r 3d, cor Wooster. 
Simpson, Thomas, watchman, W & W R R, r 6th, cor Han- 
over. 
Singletary, F 0, elk with Finlayson & Bro, r 6th, cor Dock, 
Singletary, Ed F, elk with T C Lewis, r Dock, cor 6th. 
Singleton, Horace, Rev, pastor Firijt Presbyterian Churcli; 

Orange, bet 2d and 3d. 
Singletary, Sarah J, wid William, r Dock, cor 6th. 
Singletary, V C, Mrs, r cor Dock and 6th. 
Skipper, Alfred, baker with R Thorburn, r Brooklyn. 
Skipper, Archibald, copper smith with Hart & Baily, r 

Queen, bet 4th and 5th, 
Skipper, Charlotte, wid of Wm A, r 6th, bet Bladen and 

Harnett. 
Skipper, Fred T, tinner with A H Neff, r 4th, bet Red Cross . 

and Campbell. 
Skipper, Henry, cooper with Blossom & Evans. 
Skipper, Ira, with W & W R R, r Walnut, bet 4th and 5th. 
Skipper, J, greaser, with W & W R R. 
Skipper, Margaret, wid James, r Queen, cor 4th. 
Skipper, Eyer, cooper with Blossom & Evans. 
Skipper, Thomas E, printer, Star Office, r 4th, bet Red Cross 

and Campbell. 
Skipper, T, cooper with Blossom «fe Evans. 



209 

B. & L. WEILL, 

"Wholesal© ^md. ULetail Dealers 

I X 

N"OTIONS, 

READY MADE eiOTHINS, 

HATS, TRUNKS, 

Our Established Reputation is sufficient gua- 
antee in filling orders. 

REPEESEKTED BY 

A. WEILL, Agent, 

AND 

CoL JOHN J. HEDRICK, Sup't. 

ISTo. 17 Market Street, 
WILMX¥eTOSF, 5f. C. 



210 

Sledge, , engineer, W & W R R, r 4th, bet Bnmswick 

and Hanover. 
Sloan, George, chief elk with E Murray ct Co, r 4th, bet 

Dock and Orange. 
Sloan, Hannah, r 4th, bet Dock and Orange. 
Sluby, (c), pastor African Methodist Church, r 5th and Red 

Cross. 
Smallbones, H G, elk with Barry Bros, r 2d, bet Bladen and 

Harnett. 
SMAW, FRANK D, Jr, lawyer, Princess, nr 2d, r plank road, 

bel toll gate. 
Smith, Ada, r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 
Smith, Ann, wid 'William, r 5th, cor Bladen. 
Smith, Ann, r Anderson, nr Grimes. 
Smith, Catharine, r Mulberry, bet 4th and 5th. 
SMITH, D A, furniture and upholstery. Front, ab Dock, r 

Market, bet 5th and 6th. 
Smith, Florence L, r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 
Smith, James E, r Church, ab Front. 
Smith, Jas C, Com Mer, r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 
Smith, Jefferson, engineer, W, C & A R R, r Dock, eor 7th. 
Smith, Jeremiah, fisherman, r 3d, nr Dawson. 
Smith, Julia A, Mrs, r Church, nr Front. 
Smith, Katie A, r cor 2d and Church. 
Smith, Louisa B, r Red Cross, cor 2d. 
Smith, Mary A, r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 
Smith, Mary, wid of Wm, r 55 Market. 

Smith, Mary E, r Red Cross, cor 2d. 

Smith, Miles C, r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 

Smith, Peter A, r 4th, nr Campbell. 

Smith, R W, engineer with N E R R, S C, r Mulberry, bet 
4th and 4th. 

Smith, Sarah K, wid Isaac H, r Church, cor Surry. 

Smith, Susan A, wid Joseph, r 6th, bet Bladen and Harnett. 

Bmith, Thomas, r Front, cor Red Cross. 

Smith, Thomas G, N E cor Red Cross and 2d. 

Bmith, Thomas H, grocer, 30 Market, r 2d, cor Castle. 

Smkh, W V B, of Smith & Strauss, r Bladen. 

^mith, W, machinist, W & W R R. 



211 




i I WHl 




MARKET, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS, 



H^lPMSfPSllB MMB BlAMli 



IN 



FURNITURE, 




UPHOLSTERING 

PAPER HANGING. 



OUR STOCK OF 

FURNITURE & PAPER 

CANNOT BE EXCELLED- 




REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. 



212 

fc'mith, Wm, Master trausportion, Wil d- W R Pi, r N W cor 

5tli and Cliesnut. 
Smith, William S, rigger, Churcli, bet Front and 2d. 
SMITH, WM L, of J "W Lippitt & Co, insurance agt and 

cashr Bank of Wilmington, r 2d, cor Chesnut. 
SMITH, WI^I L & CO, (Wm L Smith, M P Taylor, andKor- 

■wood Giles), insurance agts. Front, bet Market and Prin- 
cess. 
Smith & Stt'auss, ( WVBSmithand John H Strauss), grocers 

and liquor dealers, 28 S Front. 
SDeeden. Hester, house-keeper, rSd^ cor Orange. 
Sneeden^ Rebecca, Mrs, r Front, bel Dock. 
Solomon, Emma M, Mrs, wid Jacob, r Dock, cor Tth. 
Solomon, Joseph, watchman at Berry & Bros, r Front, bet 

Walnut and Pied Cross. 
SOLOMON, L, of L Solomon iL- Co, r 2d, nr Market. 
SOLOMON, L & CO, (L Solomon and S Solomon), dry goods, 

clothing, &;c, 22 Market. See adv. 
SOLOMON, S, of L Solomon & Co, and salesman for Jacob 

Lyon, r 2d, nr Market. 
Scutherland, Charles, inspector naval stores, 22 N Water, r 

"Ith, nr Castle. 
Southerland, C G, book-keeper with Moffitt & Co, r 5th, bet 

Dock and Orange. 
SOUTHERLAND, JOHN B, Com Mer, W^ater, cor Chesnut, 

r 3d, bet Red Cross and Campbell. 
Southerland, J AV, co'^fhictor street railway car, r 3d, cor 

Princess. 
Southerland, Thomas J, of Southerland & Steagall, r 4tb, 

cor Chesnut. 
Southerland, Yivona, r 3d^ bet Red Cross and Campbell. 
SOUTfiERLANDi& STEAGALL, (T. J. Southerland and 

R Steagall), livery and sale stables, S W cor 3d and 

Princess. 
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY, Front, bet Market 

and Princess. 
Spalding, J, r Front, bel JDock. 
Spaulding, J W, elk at Post Office, r Front, bet Princess and 

Chesnut. 



OT 



CHILD, 






^4<i,t«)S!sS '^)J-> 



AND DEALEK IN 




-^I^^SS!',^'*^^^ 



STOYES 



And^evcrj thing necesssary in this line to furnish n FIRST CLASS 
EOTJSS. 

KEROSENE OIL, LAMPS, &c. 

The COUNTRY TRADE are specially invited to inspect my a,s- 
sortttieiit of 



f 4Mi» #«. 



Make^to [order any thing required in the line of TIN WARE, 
STOVES. ILAMPS, &e. 

Second,! ! Between Market and Princess, 

WILMISTGTOF. ]Sr. G. 



214 

Bpeiglit, John T, driver, 

Spooner, "Wm, cooper, r 4th, nr Wooster. 

Spooner, Wm T, cooper with J Wilder, r Wooster, bet 5th 

and 6th. 
Springer, Clara A, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th. 
Springer, Horace P, postal elk, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th. 
Springer, James A, elk at post office, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th. 
SPEINGEE, JAMES H, shingle manufacturer, r Dock, bet 

4th and 5th. 
Springer, John C, elk, post office, r Dock, bet 4tli and 5th. 
Springer, Wm E, elk with Dawson, Teel & Henning, r Dock, 

bet 4th and 5th. 
SPPvUNT, ALEXANDER, (of Sprunt & Hinson, and British 

Vice Consul), r 9th, cor Princess. 
SPEUNT, JAMES, of Sprunt & Hinson, r 9th, cor Princess. 
Sprunt, Maggie T, r Princess, cor 9th. 
Sprunt, Mary K; r Princess, cor 9th. 
SPEUNT & HINSON, (Alex Sprunt, John W Hinson, and 

James Sprunt), Shipping and Com Mers, Water, cor 

Chesnut. See adv. 
STAEBUCK, D H, U S Dist Atty for N C, r Salem. 
STAE, MOENING AND WEEKLY, W H, Bernard, Editor 

and Propr, Front, bet Princess and Market. 
Steam Eire Engine Adrian, 4th, bet Market and Dock. 
Steam Fire Engine John T Eankin, Princess, cor 4th. 
Steagall, Eaibon, of Southerland & Steagall, r Paris, Ey. 
STEDMAN, CHAS M, of Wright & Stedman, r 3d, bet Ann 

and Nun. 
Stedman, J C, elk with E E Heide, r Orange, cor 8d. 
STEENKEN, GEOEGE, family groceries, r 2d, cor Hanover. 
Steinhart, N, elk with D & J Newman, r Orange, cor 2d. 
Stephenson, E T, r 4th, cor Dock. 
Stephenson, J W, r 4th, cor Dock. 
Stephenson, M, wid Martin, r 4th, cor Dock. 
Steljes, Dederick, family groceries, 6th, cor Queen. 
Sternberger, B, Mulberry, bet 3d and 4th. 
Sternberger, Henry, of Bear & Sternberger, r Princess, bet 

4th and 5th. 



215 



icaleiif of tlie Incarialioii, 

wiMiw#t#ii, at. c. 



THE ACADEMY OF THE INCARNATION 

has opened its 

Second Annual Session for Young Ladies, 
ON FOURTH STREET, 

between Orange and Ann (premises formerly owned by "Wm. N. Peden, 
Esq.,) and it has proposed to enter on all the highest branches of 
Education and to rank itself, in worth and ability, with the Academies 
of Charleston and Sumter, S. C. 



tEmmB m ^mMmm. 



English Primary Class $10 00 Per Quarter. 

Junior, Intermediate and Senior Classes 20 00 " " 

Foreign Languages, each 10 00 " " 

Crayon Drawing andlPainting in Water Colors 10 00 " " 

Oil and Pastel Painting 12 00 " 

Music at Professor's charges. 

BOOKS, ^vrc, &c., will be furnished ill the Institution at moderate 
rates. 

SISTERS OF MERCY. 



21G 

Sternberger, Josei^li, dry goods, Market, bet Front and 2d, 
r Mulberry, bet 3d and iih. 

Stern, Henry, elk with Aaron & Rheinstein, r Dock, bet 2d 
and 3d. 

Stevens, Ella, wid Arcliibald, r Wooster, bet 3d and 4tli. 

Stevenson, Christiana E, wid of James M, r 2d, bet Market 
and Dock. 

Stevenson, Daniel S, elk with J C Stevenson, r 2d, bet Mar- 
ket and Dock. 

Stevenson, Ellen R, r 2d, bet Market and Dock. 

STEVENSON, JAMES C, family groceries. Market, nr 2d, 
r 2d, bet Market and Dock. See adv. 

Stevenson, W M, elk -with WUlard Bros, r 4tli, cor Dock. 

Steward, Ann R, r Queen, bet 4th and 5tli. 

Steward, Irene, wid of Dock, r Dock, bet 6th and 7th. 

Stewart, John, supt distillery Blossom & Evans, r od, bet 
Cowan and Davis. 

Stewart, J S, carpenter with W & W R R. 

Stewart, Mary, milliner with A D Brown, r Ann, cor 2d. 

St James' Home and School, under the auspices of St James' 
Episcopal Church, Miss Emma Tracy, teacher, r Orange, 
bet 8th and 9th. 

St John's School, (Episcopal), Red Cross, cor 3d. 

STOCKWELL, L A, salesman with Godfrey Hart, r 7 Mar- 
ket. 

Stoldey, Hester J, r 3d, cor Church. 

Stokley, Lauretta, r 3d, cor Church. 

Stokley, TVilham H, r 3d, cor Church. 

Stokley, Mildred A, wid James, r 3d, cor Church. 

Stolter, Fredk, r Front, ab Dock. 

Stolter, Henry, family grocery, Front, cor Ann. 

Story, E F, jeweller with Brown & Anderson, r Orange, bet 
Front and 2d. 

Stout, George, tailor with Joseph Meir, Princess, bet Front 
and Water, 

STRANGE, ROBERT, lawyer, Market, bet 2d and 3d, r 
Market, cor 6th. 

Strauss, Alexander, Inspector Customs, r Nun, cor 3d. 

Strauss, Caroline, r 2d, bet Hanover and Brimswick. 



217 

DAVID PIGOTT, 

Sticcessoi- to VanSICKLE. 

The Old and Well Known Tobacco Empofium, 

NO. 12 MARKET STREET, 

WILMIFCTOSr, 3sr. G. 

CIGARS, 

IMPORTED HAVANAS AND DOMESTIO. 

AT,T, THE CHOICE BEANDS OF 

Virginia Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, 
LEAF TOBAGCO^ &c. 

The Wholesale and Ketail Trade supplie d upon liberal tei-mg. 

H. MiRCUS, 

Saloon and Restaurant, 

CORNER FRONT AND PRINCESS STS., 

WILMI¥GTOF, 5f. G. 



LAGER BEER, ALES, WHISKIES, WINES, 

Cigars, &c., of best quality. 



LUNCH at all Hours. 



218 

Strauss, J H, of Smitli & Strauss, r Hanover, bet 3d and 4tli. 

STEAUSS, J W, groceries and proyisions, 2cl, nr Hanover, r 
2d, nr Hanover. 

STKAUSS, WILLIAM H, elk with John W Strauss, r 2d, 
bet Hanover and Brunswick. 

STEAUSZ, ALEXANDEE, of Strausz & Eice, and Cape 
Fear Building Co, r 3d, bet Church and Nun. 

STEAUSZ c<k EICE, (Alexander Strausz and Lawson E Eice), 
steam cooperage and staves, office Princess, bet Front 
and 2d, works Surry, bet Church and Castle. 

Strickland, Wm H, boiler-maker with W d^ W E E. 

Strock, Mrs E M, milliner, S Front, nr Market, r Purcell 
House. 

Strong, Michael J, machinist, r Queen, bet 4th and 5th. 

Stuhhs, David, fisherman, r Water, bet Dock and Orange. 

Stubbs, David, fisherman, r 7th, cor Ann. 

Stubbs, Euth'A, r 7th, cor Ann. 

Sturgiss, John D, elk with J & H Haar, r 2d, cor Princess. 

StyroU;, , r 4th, ab Queen. 

Sudan, Edward, grocer. Market, cor 7th. 

Sudan, Sophia, r N E cor Market and 7th. 

Sullivan, Alexander, carpenter, 10th, cor Wooster. 

Sullivan, Betsy, r 5th, cor Bladen, 

Sullivan, Frederick, blacksmith, W & W E E, r 5th, cor 
Bladen. 

Sullivan, James, carpenter, r 10th, cor Wooster. 

Sullivan, E E, elk with Nathaniel Jacobi, r 5th, cor Bladen- 

Sullivan, Sarah A, r 5th, cor Bladen. 

Sullivan, T G, carpenter, r 9th, bet Queen and Castle. 

Sullivan, Uriah, r 5th, cor Bladen. 

Summerell, G M, builder and contractor, r 5th, bet Princess 
and Chesnut. 

Summerset, Christopher, carpenter, r Queen, cor Wooster. 

Sutton, Martha J, Mrs, r Market, bet 6th and 7th. 

SUTTON, WILLIAM, stoves, tin ware, &c. Front, cor Prin- 
cess. 

Swann, B, carpenter with W & W E E. 

Swann, F, Alex, ticket agt, W, & A E E, r 5th, nr Ann. 



219 

THE OLD AND RELIABLE 

h M Life Imraiice Gompanj. 



PURELY MUTUAL. 

NO STOCKHOLDERS TO TAKE FROM POLICY HOLDERS 
ANY PORTIONS OF THE PROFITS, 



A Prosperous Career of Twenty-Five Years. 



CASH ASSETS. $13,000,000. 



Has Insured 70,000 Lives, Paid over $5,000,000 to 

Widows and Orphans, and Returned nearly 

$5,000,000 in Cash Dividends to 

the Insured. 



The undersigned are agents for this old and never to be doubted 
Conapany, for the States of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and North 
Carolina, and present it to their friends as in every manner worthy of 
their support. From its age, its great profits, its admirable management, 
its large cash capital, it offers inducements unsurpassed by any Company 
in the \rorld— and equalled by very few. Not only do they present it 
as all a Company can be, in prosi^erous pecuniary condition, but as 
eminently just ayid impartial in Us entire course to people of all sections 
and opinio7is, as to afford to none cause of complaint of unfair dealing. 
We sought it as the soundest and most reliable of Companys of this 
character— at the same time we examined more critically as to its 
dealings with Southern policy holders, whose policies lapsed during 
the war, — determined as we were not to represent any Company that 
discriminated against our own section. We feel that our own people 



220 

will be satisfieJ wheu we assure them that, that investigation was 
gratifying to ns, in showing not only exact and equal justice on their 
part, but a liberality that only needs to be known to be appreciated by 
the Southern people. 

We are aware, however, that in many .sections of the country, the 
agents of «u'.ffl(Z a/i(^ stoc/l- Companies (who fear a comparison of the 
admirable plans of the New York Life Insurance Company and its 
large annual cash dividends, all going to the policy holders— with theirs 
dividing their profits for the most part to Stockholders) misrepresent 
it as having discriminated against oar own section— of course their 
motives are too plain — to build up business for themselves by de- 
famiag other Companies. 

By the terms of all policies issued by the New York Life Insurance 
and all other Life Companies, service in actual warfare is excepted. 
This exception was as necessarily maintained against insurants in the 
army of the United States as against those Avho served in the Confede- 
rate armies, and affidavits and other sufficient evidence was required as 
to such service in the one army as the other, from those desiring to 
renew their ([policies, bub when the purpose of such affidavit was ridi- 
culously misrepresented, it was discontinued. 

As agents, we have published, from our very first Jappointment, our 
readiness in behalf of the Company, to settle its outstanding business 
on terms of equity and liberality— to do as much as any Company, 
North or South, had ever done in reference to this class of policies. 

Now as to the record — this Coinpaay received more Confederate money 
for premiums (even to the time of Butler's prohibitory order, and the 
action of agents so receiving it approved throughout,) tlian all other 
Companies North and South, put together. It has paid moi-e money to 
parties on policies thus lapsed than all others. It is ready now, and_ 
always has been, to renew such lapsed policies upon receipt of back 
premiums, allowing back dividends, thus jDlacing parties and the 
Company in the same condition as if there had been no war. 

We only ask examination of its entire course for the onost punctilious 
to be satisfied. Its officers are now what they have ever been, triie and 
just as to the rights of policy holders, without regard to location or 
political differences. It has the ability to do for its policy holders what 
but few other Companies can do. Let those who wish life insurance, 
only examine it and not be deprived of its superior advantages by the 
detraction of agents of inferior Companies. 

B. G. HUMPHREYS & CO., J. A, BYRNE, 

General Agents for Mississippi. General Agent for North ICarolifla 

JOS. E. JOHNSON & CO., 

General Agents for Georgia and Alabama. 
Seepage 22i. 



221 

THE TEST !-SEE THE FIGURES 

AND 

EXAMINE FOR YOURSELF! 



Every mauwliowi.l examine for himself can learn from the Insurance ' Commissioners, 
Reports the exact standing of the principal Life Insurance Companies in the Unitccl States, 
and not be dependent upon the partial representations of interested Agents. He will see 
That the Purely Mutual Companies return to Policy holders their entire nett earnings, and 
that mixed Companies share their earnings with Stockholders and to that extent reduce 
their dividends to Policy-Holders. He will also see the exact amount of income and divi- 
dends ot each; their increase or decrease in business; and as a sensible man prefer that 
Company that has actually Paid {not Promiiitd or declared) the Z,arsrest Mividend 
in proportion to its income received, as furnishing the SAFEST IXSURANCli at the 
LEAST COST. 

The following table Compiled from Insurance Commissioners' Reports shows Incomes re- 
ceived and Dividends paid, as well as increase or decrease of business in 18GS as compared 
with 1867 : 

(Those Companies marked with a star are purely mutual ; others mixed.) 



Business of 1866 as compared tuith 1867. 





1 


B 


1 ^\ K 


!§f 




1 


3 C 




ill: 


NAME OF COMPANY. 


Total 
Income 


^ to 


is.- tz 


rccerease : °j Decrease 

in j- El in 
1 mount |; 17 1 Amount 




Eeceived. 


C 


;■ g: i 


Insured. 


: c Insured. 






a 






: c 




1 


na 


'•■ £■': - 




• "•I 




1 


K 


!• Sii «„ 




-. sl 



^^WiliW iOttK LlaHj... . .|$ 4,67«,aBUj?l, 

*Mntnal Life, I 12,807,320^ 3, 

Manhattan i 2,097,9141 

Equitable, 4,840.157i 

Germauia, ! 1,223 C 

Brootls-n j 660,4C8 

*Oonnecticut Mutua;,..! 8,830,241'' 

*Northwe8tern, 2,417,254 

Security, 1,055.242: 

Phosnix, l,930,833i 

iEtna, G.000,227, 

North . Amerio* 1,686,9471 

Globe, i 841,326 

•Widows and^Orphane,.' 4S9,S69[ 

Continental, 1,514,030 

Kaickerbocker, 3,869,66£ 

St. Louie Mutual, I 2.292,884' 



,8t)5:26,20,2,439iSS,Ob7.830l Itill 

,197125,43 ' '$3,039,779 

,17819,211 80. 1 1 362,025 

,979|17,58 l,459l 6,438,125j 6241 

922ll2,26: i 1 1 1,111.500 



037 
284 
749 
183 
571 
470 
550 
424 
277 
28,0C0 
64,901 
280,196 



12,121 790 2,0c5,5C9i2,201' 

11,14' ' 6,072,853 

8,88} ' I 

8,821 904; 2,453,451; I 

7,69,2,401 7.222,88911,914, 

7,10| ..'. 872 

8231 1 1 

5,99 1,6271 4,197,632 

4,06, ! I 

1,84 1,816 4.396,180 

-.67i 459 1,811,817! 



637 



12'22 



5,985.386 
3.489,896 



2.134.789 



The foregoing speaks for itself. To those who wish JEret^Iasting- attd jyever to he 
JDowbted Jjife Insurance, we recommend the NE^V TORE LIFE. It is impossible for 
any Company, consistently with security, to furnish insurance at less cost. It has age 
CHAP. iCTER and wealth, and for the past quarter of a century has been distinguished for 
suc"ri[excei;eut man?.gea:ent as to make it almost the perfection of a Life Insurance Company. 



222 

Swann, B F, carpenter witli W & W R R, r Mulberry, cor 

McEae. 
Swann, Francis A, wid Dr John, r 5tli, cor Nun. 
Swann, Fredk A, r Sth, cor Nun. 
Swann, James G, elk with Worth & Worth, r Princess, cor 

Front. 
Swarzy, Alex, painter, r Surry, nr Castle. 
^ Sweat, Isam, (c), barher, Water, nr Mulberry. 
Sweat, Robt, insp of naval stores, 22 N Water. 
Sweeny, Hugh, moulder, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 
Sweeny, John, machinist, r 2d, bet Church and Castle. 
Swindell, Wm H, carpenter, r 9th, bet Queen and Castle. 
Sykes, Augustus V, with W, C & A R R, r 5th, cor Bladen. 
Syke^, W H, Road Master, W, C & A R E. 

T. 

Taft, W L, lab with W & W R R. 

Taylor, A G, operator W U Tel, r Front, bet Walnut and 

Red Cross. 
Taylor, C E, U S special dep collector customs, r Piircell 

House. 
Taylor, H, machinist, W & W R R. 

Taylor, Henry, carpenter, r 8th, bet Princess and Chesnut. 
Taylor, James H, book-keeper with A H Neff, r 4th, bet Red 

Cross and Walnut. 
Taylor, John D, farmer, r Market, bet 4th and 5th. 
Taylor, John A, propr Brunsv/ick ferry, r Market, bet 4th 

and 5th; 
Taylor, J W, foreman with Colville and Taylor, r Walnut, 

cor Nutt. 
Taylor, Mary, with T M Harris, r 7th, cor Hanover, 
TAYLOR, MATTHEW P, insurance agt, r 3d, cor Red 
^^ Cross. 

TAYLOR, R J, of Colville & Taylor, r Wilson. 
Taylor, Wm H, painter, r 2d, bet Church and Castle, 
TEEL, GEORGE, of Dawson, Teel & Henning, r Purcell 

Honse. 



'^^.Q 



Tennent, Harriet H, wid Edward 8, r Market, bet 4th & 5tb. 
Teirney, James, elk with L Brown, r Churchy nr Front. 
Terrey, Martin V, P route agt, W, C cfe R R R. 
Terry, Stephen, carpenter, r Ann, cor 7th. 
Thally, David, r 5th, cor Walnut. 

THEATRE, WILMINGTON, E J Ford, Lessee, J A Engel- 
hard, agtj Princess, bet 3d and 4th, rear City Hall. 
Theling, Anna, r 2d, cor Orange. 
THE POST, CHAS I GRADY, editor and propr. Front, bel 

Market. See advs. 
Thomas, Arabella, r Market^, cor 4th. 
Thomas, E A, r Front, cor Red Cross. 
Thomas, George G, medical student, r Market^ cor 4th. 
Thomas, Jordan, r Market, cor 4th. 
Thomas, Mary A, wid Dr Robt S, r Market, cor 4th. 
ThomaS;, Nannie K, r Market, cor 4th, 
Thomas, Sumner, salesman with M M Katz, r Market, cor 

4th. I 

ThomaSj AVm G, phv^-'ciau, M"^ket, cor 4th. 
Thomason, W H, bo. - •-- :er with W & W R R. 
Thompson, Anna, M. w... "William, r Dock, bet Front and 

2d. 
Thompson, Anna M, r 8th, cor Castle. 
Thompson, Julius, carpenter, r 8th, cor Castle. 
THOMPSON, J W, Secy and Treas Wil & W R R, r W^al- 

nut, bet 2d and 3d. 
Thompson, Lizzie, r 8th, cor Castle. 
Thompson, Nora A, r 3d, cor Walnut. 
Thompson, Rachel, Mrs, wid James M, r Market, bet 5th and 

6th. 
Thompson, Rebecca, r Market, bet 5th and 6th. 
THORBURN, R, baker and confectioner, Front," bel Dock. 
Thornton, Thomas H, engineer on steamer D Murchison^ k 

3d, cor Harnett. 
Thurber, William H, (c), inspector naval stores, 22 N Water, 

r 8th, bet Church and Castle. 
Thurston, Wm C, elk with Edward Kidder & Sons, r 4lli, nr 

Castle 



224 

Tiedmau, William, with Heuiy Scliutte, r Market, ab 2cl. 
Tienken, Margt Catharine, wicT Clans, groceries, r Front, ab 

Dock. 
Tienken, John, elk with C Tienkeu, r Front, ab Dock. 
TIETJEN, CHARLES, family groceries and liquors, 8d, cor 

Orange. 
Tietjen, Henry, elk with Charles Tietjen, r od, cor Orange. 
Tietjen, Herman, elk with Henry Litjen, r Market, cor 5th. 
Tilliughast, Thomas H, foreman book l^indery. Morning Star, 

r 5th, cor Orange. 
Tilley, C, Mrs, wid of Joseph, r 3d, nr Ked Cross. 
Tilley, Fletcher, of Gerrell & Tilley, r Holly Shelter rd. 
TILLEY, GEO F, Ijutcher, stall 11 City Market, r 8d, cor 

Parsley. 
TILLEY, JAMES W, butcher, stall 12 City Market, r 3d, 

bet Eed Cross and Walnut. 
Tilley, Lina, r Eed Cross, cor 8d. 
Tilley, Lucy, wid of Peter, r Eed Cross, cor 3d. 
Timelick, , moulder, W <fc W E E, r Hanover, bet 2nd 

and 3d. 
Tinde, Jidia, r cor MacEae and Eed Cross. . 
Toft, WilHam, blacksmith, W & W E E. 
Tolar, Ella C, r Front, bet Market and Princess. 
Tolar, Fanny C, r Front, bet Market and Princess. 
Tolar, Margaret S, wid . John H, r Front, bet Market and 

Princess. 
Tolar, Thomas S, tinner with A H NefF, r 3d, bet Eed Cross 

and Walnut, 
Toomer, Evander 0, elk ^ -th Pette cay <fe Moore, r Front, 

bel Ann. 
Toomer, Mary J, cor Mulberry and 5 th. 
Toomer, William J, elk with J W Atkinson, r Front, bet 

Nun and Ann. 
Toomer, William, (c), of Toomer Sc Conner, r 6th, cor Han- 
over. 
Toomer & Connor, (o)— Wm Toomer and Thomas Conner — 

coopers. Water, cor Mulberry. 
TOPHAM, J S, of J S Topham k Go, r Washington City. 



225 



IK 



No. 13 Market Street, 



wa«iii^f #11, m. €, 



tapk and Jamg ]]\% ^mk, 



HATS, GAPS, &c. 

And everything that is usually kept in a First-Olaes 
Dry Coods H oi§se. 



226 

TOPHAM, J S & CO, (Jas S Topham and Robt McMurray), 

Saddlery, trunks, &c, 8 S Front. 
Towsend, Miss Sarah, asst teacher of English, painting, and 

drawing, Mrs Robt Ransom's seminary, r 2d, bet Dock 

and Orange. 
Townseud, R S, blacksmith, W & W R R. 
Trachsler J, painter with W & W R K. 
Turlington, E T, lumber inspector, 23 N Water, r 4th, ar 

Red Cross. 
Turlington, Virginia, r 2d, cor Brunswick. 
Turlington, W B, r 2d, cor Brunswick. 
Turlington, Willis, elk with Wm H Turlington, r 4th, nr 

Red Cross. 
Turlington, Wm, with B ct L Weill, r 4th, nr Red Cross. 
Turlington, Wm H, Com Mer, Water, cor Chesnut, r 2d, bet 

Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Turner, Caroline, r 3d, bet Church and Nun. 
Turner, Cornelia E, r Ann, bet 6th and 7th. 
Turner, Fanny A, r MacRae, nr Red Cross. 
TURNER, J McL, of Turner & Cowan, r Front, bet Prin- 
cess and Chesnut. 
Turner, John H, lab at Gas Works, r Ann, bet 6th and 7th. 
Turrentine, John R,salesman with John Dawson, r Front, nr 

Chesnut. 
Turner^ Josephine, wid James A, r Castle, bet 4th and 5th. 
TURNER & COWAN (J McL Turner and R H Cowan, Jr), 

insurance agts, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 
Tyler, Julius H, mechanic, r Orange, bet 3d and 4th. 
Tyler, Roberta, Mrs, r Orange, bet 3d and 4th. 

ULBICH, WILLIAM, family groceries, Front, cor Church. 
Union Grammar School, r 6th, nr Nun. 

V. 

VanAmringe, Abby, wid George 0, r Front, bet Nun & Ann. 
Van Aniringe, Alvord, r 4th, bet Red Cross and Campbell. 



22T 



JAMES A. LOWERY, 

MANUFACTURER OF 




GARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, 

CORNER THIRD AND PRINCESS STS„ 

Wll«lait@a, W» ®« 

lilNTIKG and TRIMMING neatly exeented. 
OIiB BUGGIES and otber Vehicles repaired and renovated in tbe 
most tl:oroiigh manner. 

MW WORK KEPT FOR SALE AT LOW PRIGEl 

Being an old citizen of Wilmington, and having Iiad tliirtj years 
eicperience in my business, I respectfiilly ask the public to giYO me a 
trial. 



228 

VAN AMEINGE, Stacey, supt New Hanover County Work 

House, r 4tli, bet Eed Cross and Campbell. 
VAN BOKKELEN, H H, manufr naval stores, Water, ab 

Princess, r Front, cor Orange. 
Vann, Elizabeth A, vv^id Henry, r Sth, bet Castle and Queen. 
Van Landingbam, Francenia, r Church, bet 4th and 5th. 
VANOESDELL, C M, photographer, 36 Market, r 3d, cor 

Market. See adv. 
Van Soelen, J N, sergeant police, r Brunswick, bet 5th and 

6th. 
Vegers, M, watchman at W & W E E, r Thompson ally. 
Veney, Marshall S, farmer, r 4th, cor Church, 
Vick, Dora V, r "2d and Mulberry. 

VICK SAMUEL W, of Vick & Mebane, r 2d, cor Mulberry. 
VICK & MEBANE, (S W Vick and C P Mebane), Com Mers, 

foot of Mulberry. See adv. 
Vigilant Engine Co, No 3, (c), 2d, bet Market and Dock. 
VB^CENT, N B, upholsterer and paper-hanger, Front, bet 

Dock and Orange, r 7th, bet Market and Dock. 
VOLLEES, H, of Adrian & Vollers, r S E cor Front and 

Dock. 
Vollers, Louis, groceries, provisions and liquors, 48 Market, 

r 2d, cor Mulberry. 
VON GLAHN, HENEY, r 5th, cor Princess. 
Von Glahn, Eebecca, r 23 S Front. 

Von Derleit, Catharine, wid John,T 2d, bet Market and Dock. 
VOSS, J G, boots and shoes, 23 S Front. 

WADDELL, ALFEED M, of H & A M Waddell, and mem- 
ber of Congress;,3d Dist N C, r 3d, bet Dock and Orange, 

Waddell, Caroline, r 4th, bet Hanover and Brunswick. 

Waddell, Claudia E, r 5th, cor Nun. 

Waddeil, Frances, r 4th, bet Hanover and Brunswick. 

WADDELL, HUGH, of H & A M WaddeU, r 3d, bet Dock 
und Orange. 

WA33DELL, H and 'A M, (Hugh s>nd Alfred M Waddell), 
attoraeys at law, Market, bet Sd and 3d. 



229 

SCHEDULE OF THE 

W\4% Umk I L I I 

Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta R. K. Comp'y, ) 
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 5, 1S70. f 




Passengers fo; tr;^ wv i.jViLu^x,».wns v^-v^iu.nwia and 

A*Q^:is:a Bailroacl •will take the Train at the Union Depot and the ioh 
lowing schedule will be run : 

DAY EXPRESS TRAIN (Daily.) 

LeaTe Wilmington (W. & W. R. E. Depot) 4:30 1. M. 

Arnre at Florence 11:03 A. M. 

Arme at Kingeville , 2:50 P. M. 

LeaTQ Kingsvilie 11:4:0 A. M. 

Ai^ive at Florence 3:15 P. M. 

Arrive at Wilmington 9:50 P. M. 

NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN (Daily.) 

Leare Wilmington 7:10 P. SI!, 

Arrive at Florence. 1:43 A. M. 

Arrive at Kingsvilie 9:00 A. If; 

Leave Kingsvilie 3:i5 P. M. 

Arrive at Florence 11:05 P. M. 

Arrive at Wilmington 6:10 A. M. 

JHO. C. l^imBKR, 

Gmeral Superintendent, 



230 

Waddell, Mary A, r 5th, cor Nun. 

Waddell, W A, r 4th, bet Hanover and Brunswick. 

Waddell, W H, night Janitor City HaU. 

Wade, Emeline, r 4:th, cor Church. 

Wade, William, P O route agt W, C & A E E, r Front, bet 

Princess and Chesnut. 
Wadsworth, Emily M, wid E M, r 5th, bet Princess and 

Chesnut. 
Walcott, Sarah O V, Mrs, milliner, r Front, bet Dawson and 

Wooster. 
Walcott, O F, policeman, r Front, bet Dawson and Wooster, 
WALDEON, EOBEET S, of H Keyes & Co, r Front, cor 

Chesnut. 
WALKEE, A K, cashier First Nat Bank of Wilmington, i 

Market, cor 6th. 
Walker, Alice L, r Front, cor Chesnut. 

Walker, Eliza M, wid of Maj John, r Orange, bet 4th & 5th. 
WALKEE, GAEEET, supt at IT S Marine and City Hos- 
pital, 8th, cor Nun. 
WALKEE, JAMES, marble works, and contractor and bnild- 

er. Front, cor Walnut, r Purcell House. See adv. 
WALKEE, JAS A, conductor sleeping car, W, C & A E E, r 

Orange, bet 4th and 5th. 
Walker, J C, r Market^ cor 6th. 
Walker, Maria G, r Front, cor Chesnut. 
Walker, Mary O, r Front, cor Chesnut. 
Walker, Mary D, Mrs, wid Thomas D, r Front, cor Chesnut. 
Walker, M E, policeman, r Brunswick, bet 5th and 6th. 
Walker, Virgil, (c), cooper, r Church, bet 7th and 8th. 
WALKEE, WILLIAM A, treasr W, C & A E E, r Market, 

cor 6th. 
Wallace, Alice, r Eed Cross, cor 4th. 
Wallace, Emily, r Eed Cross, cor 4th. 
WALLACE, LEWIS, grocer. Market, bet Front and 2cl, and 

4th, cor Brunswick. 
Wallace, Mary E, r Church, bet 4tli and 5th. 
Wallace, Neppie, r Eed Cross, cor 4th. 
Wallace, Sarah C, r Church, bet 4th and 5th. 
Wallace, S D, Jr, conductor, W cfe W E E. 



231 



327 Broad St. 327 Broad St. 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. 







Wigs, Braids, Toupees, 

ManulacUirer aiul Impoiier of every Description of 

FOR i-ADlES AND GENTLEMEN. 

Tne on'T place in tlie city v;here a .«p;eialtj is made in 

HAIR WORK IN' GOLD, 

Hair Chains. Rings, Breastpins, &c. 
Ali orders filled at prices which defy competition. 

Orders by mail promiitly filled and .sati,sfaction guavanteed. 



232 

WALLACE, STEPHEN D, treasr Wil N C Life Lis Co, and 
Com Mer, r Red Cross, cor 4tli. 

Walsli, David H, elk T\'itli Jamos A Bradley, 24 Market. 

Walton, Willie, apprentice at Journal Office, r 2cl, cor Bnms- 
Tvick. 

Ward, Edward, carpenter, r 9th, cor Queen. 

Ward, Hester, wid of John, r Orange, cor 2d. 

Ward, Unie/ v.dd of Edward, r Hanover, bet 6tii and 7tli. 

Warner, Esther A, teacher W F S, Knn, cor 7th. 

Warrock, W S, foreman Morning Star job printing office, r 
9th, cor Mulberry. 

Watkins, Bunyon, carpenter, W, C & A E R, r 6th, bet Bla- 
den and Harnett. 

Watson, Alfred A, j)astor St James' Episcopal Church, r Mar- 
ket, bet 3d and 4th. 

Watson, A W, printer at Journal Office, r 4th, bet Market 
and Princess. 

Watson, Benjamin O, upholsterer Vvdtli Zimmerman & White, 
r 6th J cor Swann. 

Watson, Charles D, farmer, r 6th, cor Swann. 

Watson, Henry M, engineer with In avassa Guano Co, r 4tli, 
bet Queen anrl Wooster. 

WATSON, JOHN, upholsterer with F A Schutte, r 5th, nr 
Castle. 

Watson, John Pi, upholsterer with F A Schutte, r het 5th 
and 6th. 

WATSON, THOMAS A, of Hays & Yf atson, r Little Bridge 
road, nr bridge. 

Watson, Sarah A, Mrs, wid John C, r 4th, bet Queen and 
Wooster. 

Watters, Joseph H, elk Avith Cronly and Morris, r Front, nr 
Princess. 

Weaten, Robert, policeman, r Front, bet Dawson & Wooster. 

Webb, C, wid Wm G, r Red Cross, bet 4th and 5th. 

WEBB, H, of Brock & Webb, r Market, ab 7th. 

Webb, Kezia, r Market, bet 7th and 8th. 

WEILL, A, agt for B & & L Weill, r 4th, cor Orange. 

WEILL, B, of B & L Weill, r 4th, cor Orange. 



233 



SFOTSWOO 




BOAED S3 00 PER DAY. 



The Undersigned havin.%' leased this the only 

PIEST-OLASS HOTEL located on Main Street, and within one 
sqiiare o£ the Capitol, Postoiiice, Custom House, Theatre, and the great 
Northern and Southern Eaih-oad Depots, respectfully inform the public 
that it is novr open, thoroughly renovatefl aud refurnished. 

^Hi» mmwMEM . 

Is TTorld-renowned as the headquarters of the President and Cabinet 
officers of the late Confederacy, it also contains the historical suit of 
rooms occupied by Presidents DAVIS, JOHNSON and GEANT and 
Chief Justice CHASE. 
The Traveling Public are cordially invited to make the 

SFOTSIOOD THEIR HOIE, 

where they will find every comfort and delicacy that this and other 
markets can afford. 
S^^ Southern Express and Telegraph ofaces in the building. ..^gr 

JAMES M. SUBLETT, 
C. B. LUCK, 
WM. B BISHOP, 

Proprietors. 



234 

WEILL, B «fe L, (B and Louis Weill), wliol and ret dry 
goods, clothing, &c, 17 Market. 

WEILL, LOUIS, of B & L Weill, r 4tli, cor Orange. 

WEIL, S KAY, of David & Weil, r National Hotel. 

Weng, David, baker, with C K Mayer, r 32 Market. 

Wenzel, William, cutter with David Sc Weil, r 4th, bet Mnl- 
/7 berry and Chesniit. 

i^ Wescott, Ephraim, elk with G G Barker & Co, r 3d, bet 
Church and Castle. 

Wessell, A D, of Wessei & Oldenbuttel, r 2d, cor Market. 

Wessell & Oldenbuttel, (A D Wessell and John G Oldenbut- 
tel), saloon, 2d, cor Market. 

WESTERMAN, HENEY, book-keeper with Adrian Sc Tol- 
lers, r Dock, bet 4th and 5th. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO, office Front, bet 
Market and Princess. 

West, George H, elk, r 3d, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

W;est, Henry P, elk witli S M West, r 3d, bet Princess and 
Chesnut. 

West, Lizzie P, r 3d, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

West, Mary Anna, r 3d, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

West, Samuel James, r 3d, bet Chesnut and Princess. 

WEST, S M, auctioneer and real estate broker, 9 S Water, 
r 3d, bet Princess and Chesnut. 

Wheeler, C F, carpenter with W & W R R. 

White, Andrew, mate steamer Washington, r Niitt, ab Wal- 
nut. 

White, Benjamiuj farmer, r Market, extended. 

WHITE, BENJAMIN F, of Zimmerman & White, r Market, 
extended. 

Whitehead, James, book-keeper, r Front, bel Nun. 

Whitehead, James I, r Front, bet Nun and Church. 

Whiteman, John II, timber inspector, 23 N Water, t 7th, nr 
Church. 

WHITEHEAD, WM A, Port Warden, 16 N Water, r Front, 
bet Nun and Church, 

Whitehouse, Miles S, teacher Union Grammar School, r 
Red Cross, bet Front and 2d. 



235 



ESTABLISHED IN ls51. 



RICHMOND STOVE 



AND 



41011fl©fSlAi 
IRON ^V^ORKS, 

Woa ijOOO Cai?^ Street^ 

EICHMOND, VA, 



ASA SNYDER, 

Riclimoncl Stove Work- 



RICHARD IRBY, 



Petersburg Iron Works 




1^- 

EHoWH 
OQOonO 



First Pramium on our COOKING-STOVE at the Virginia State 
Fairs of 1869 and 1ST9. First Premium on same at the North 
Carolina State Fairs of 1869 and 1870. Premiums awarded after 
tests were actually made on the grouuds. T'riOusands can testify 
that the Premiums were well deserved. 

First Premium given at the same Fairs for best Heating-Stove. 

First Premium for best COFFEE-ROASTER, a very important 
adjunct to the cooKing-stove. 



O "^ M O 

^ « S f 

S I?; 

ts -J tiS 

S ri- 
fe! t> ^ 
g w ^ 

■71 W In 



WE 



MANUFACTURE 



l^HI^JW P^ 



AT THESE WORKS 



Of most approved patterns, all warranted to be durable and aScient. Some have been ia 
constant use in this City lor over Twelve Years, and are now good. Also, HEATINO 
STOVES for both Wood and Coal, HOLLOW- WARE in sn-eat variety and of superior qnality. 

One Branch of our Works is devoted to IRON FRONTS FOR STORES AND PUBLIC 
BUILDINGS, of which many beautiful specimens may be seen in this City and Norfolk. 

In this department are also made, FRONTS, GRATES, FENDERS, VERANDAHS, P.AJL.^ 
ING, CAST IRON PIPE, STENCH TRAPS, &c. 

T^- Agents for Scotch and American Pig irons. 



23G 

White, Susan, r Market, extended. 

"White, Wm L, with W L Beeiy, r 2d, bet Market and Dock. 

Whitfield, John, elk, r Surry, nr Castle. 

Whiting, Kate D, wid Gen W H C, r Orange, bet 4th & 5th. 

Whitney, Carrie V, r Princess, bet Water and Front. 

Whitney, Emily C, wid of Alex, r Princess, bet Water and 
Front. 

Wilder, Abram, coojier with J Wilder, r Nutt, iDet Hanover 
and Brunswick. 

Wilder, Jesse, turpentine distiller, l\utt, bet Hanover and 
Brunswick, r 4th, bet Walnut and Eed Cross. 

Wilder, Virginia C, r Orange, bet 5th and 6tli. 

Wiley, Claudia C, r 9th, bet Dudley and Chesnut. 

WIGGINS, JAMES T, manufr of bitters and ointments, 
Dock, bet Front and Water. 

Yv'^iggins, Octavius A, sawyer with G Parsley, Sr, r 4th, nr 
Ashe. 

WITHY, WM H, tinner, r 2d, bet Queen and Wooster. 

Wiliston-Free School, 7th, bet Ann and Nun. 

Wilkins, B W, Eoad Master, W, C & A E E. 

Wilkins, J E, with C W Yates, photographer, r Front, nr 
Chesnut. 

Wilkinson, J Frank, driver. So Express Co. 

Wilkinson, John E, tinner with W & ^Y E E, r 4th, bet Han- 
over and Brunswick. 

Wilkinson, Eichard J, stall 22 City Market, r Brunswick Co. 

WILLAED, A A, of Willard Bros, r 6th, cor Orange. 

WILLAED BEOS, (A A Willard, James A WlUard, and Wm 
H Willard), whol gros. Com Mers, and fertilizers. Wa- 
ter, cor Chesnut. 

WILLAED, JAMES A, of Willard Bros, r 3d, cor Mulberry. 

WILLAED, WM H, of Willard Bros, r Ealeigh, N C. 

Williams, A, painter with W & W E E. 

Williams, Annie E, r 6th, cor Brunswick. 

Williams, B W, engineer with W & W E E. 

WiUiams, C C, blacksmith, W ct W E E. 

WiUiams, Daniel, hostler with S A Currie, r 2d, cor Princess. 

Williams, E D, mate steamer A Oldham, r on steamer. 

Williams, Fanny E, r 5th, cor Orange. 



237 

GEORGE P. LAMB, 

1 1-2 Miles from Foot of Market St.; 

WILMI¥G-TO¥, F. C. 




SEEDS, BOQUETS, lEE&THS, 

Floral Baskets, Crosses, 



— AMD OTHER 



Wlm^ ®^mmm^> 



He claims, tliat with au experience of thii-ty-two years, twelva of 
■which were devoted to Lis profession in Europe, and -witli a natural 
taste for the beautiful iu this art, to be able to give general satisfaction, 
and at prices as reasonable as any one in the line North or South. 

PLANTS AND SHEUBBERY, CEMETERY LOTS laid out, 
LANDSCAPE, LAWN and all sorts of gardening. 

Refers to Mr. P. and Dr. C. T. Murphy, Sampson County ; Messrs. 
W. A. and A. M. Faisou ; Dr. George Cosby and Lott Humphrey, Esq., 
Goldsboro'. 

Orders from all sections promptly and satisfactorily filled. 

~ W. F. GRABAU, 

Fi^ofesssor of Mueic 

ORGANIST OF ST. JOHNS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Teacher Piano. Organ and Vocal Music. 
STRICT ATTENTION PAID to tllG CULTIVATION Cf ttie VOICE. 



Having had many years of experience as Organist enables him to 
ofifei- peculiar advantages to ladies or gentlemen who wish to atud/ 
musij. 

PTANQ^ TUNED AND REPAIRED AT LOW PRICES. Orders 
left J* E^nsberger's Bookstore will receive prompt ftttention. 



238 

WILLIAMS, G W, of Williams & Murchison, r 5th, cor 

Orange. 
Williams, Isabella, r 4tli, cor Cottage lane. 
Williams, James H, elk -witli Joseph A Clifford, r Front, bet 

Market and Princess. 
Williams, James S, watchman with J H Chadbonrn & Co, r 

Front, bet Walnut and Eed Cross. 
Williams, Jamison, P O messenger, river mail. 
WILLIAMS, J D, of Williams & Murchison, r Fayetteville. 
Williams, J M, lab with W ct W K E. 
WILLIAMS, J S, dry goods and carpets, 3 N Front, r 4th, 

bet Dock and Orange. 
Williams, Leu M, with Sprunt & Hinson, r 3d, cor Campbell. 
Williams, Mollie, r Castle, bet 4th and 5th. 
Williamson, George, watchman, W, C & A E E. 
Williams, S G, wid of George W, r 5th, bet Church and Nun. 
Williams, Susie A, r 4th, cor Castle. 
Williams, T D, elk with J B Orrell, r 4th, bet Brunswick and 

Bladen. 
Williams, Wiley, engineer, W, C & A E E, r 4th, bet Nun 

and Church. 
Williams, William, painter with J A Parker, r Market, bet 

8th and 9th. 
Williams, William A, Com Mer, Princess, bet Water & Front, 

r 4th, cor Cottage lane. 
Williams, William Arthur, elk with Worth & Worth, r 4th, cor 

Cottage lane. 
Williams, Wm T, elk with H Brunhild, r 6th, nr Princess. 
WILLIAIVIS & MUECHISON, (J D and K W Williams, and 

K M and D E Murchison), whol grocers, Com and Ship- 
ping Mers, and agts for Little Eiver, Beaver Creek, and 

Eandolph Mauuf Co's cotton yarns and sheeting. Seo 

adv. 
Willis, Charles T, undertaker and cabinet-maker, Toomer's 

alley, rear Purcell House, r 4th, bet Nun and ^Church. 
Willis, Elijah, with Jas W Lippitt <fc Co, r Market, bet Front 

and 2d. 
Willis, Thomas, carpenter, r Farmer's Hotel. 
Willson, William A, book-keeper, r Nun, bet 4th and 5th. 



239 



h Pirate Mai Matluiie, 

DAVID AHDERSON, 

A-gent for USTortlri Carolina, 
51 MARKET STREET, 



GOLD MEDAL AWARDED AT STATE FAIE. 



Warranted to lie tlie Best auJ most Relialile 

SEWING MACHINES 




IlSr THE i"^ORLr>. 

They have been thoroughly aud extensively tested for a long lima m 
all parts of the world, in every department of 

PAMILY SEWINa, 

aud iu many branches of manufacturing they have proved superior to 
all others. They have been carefully simplified and improved, from 
time to time, to meet all conceivable requirements, 

A CHILD CAN USE THEM. 

The complete success attending these effotts has firmly established the 

FLOEEISrCE 

to rank as the best iu the world. 



240 

Wilmington Male and Female Seminar}', Chesnut, cor 2d. 
WILMINGTON, CHARLOTTE & RUTHERFORD RAIL 

ROAD, Nutt, bet Harnett and Bladen. See adv. 
Wilmington Co-operative Store, J W Macumber, supt, gro- 
ceries, Water, bel Mulberry. 
Wilmington Gas Light Co, works foot of Castle, office Prin- 
cess, bet Front and 2d. 
Wilmington Male and Female Seminary, Ciiesaut, cor 2d. 
Wilmington North Carolina Life Insurance Co, John Daw- 
son, President. 
WILMINGTON AND CAPE FEAR STEAMBOAT CO, 

Worth & Worth, agts. Water and Mulberry. 
Wilmington & Weldon R R freight depot, Nutt and Camp- 
bell. 
Wilmington & W R R Co's shops. Front, bet Red Cross and 

Campbell. 
Wilmington & Weldon R R ticket office and passenger de- 
pot, 8th, bet Bladen and Brunswick. 
Wilson, E R, r Campbell, bet 4th and 5th. 
Wilson Free School, (c), 7th, bet Ann and Nun. 
Wilson, J, moulder, W & W R R, r 4th, bet Hanover and 

Brunswick. 
Wilson, J A, sergeant police, r Gth, bet Swann and Nixon. 
Wilson, William, supt yard with J H Chadbourn & Co, r 

Harnett, bet 3d and 4th. 
Wilson, , watchman with H R Savage, r 5th, bet Tay- 
lor and Harnett. 
Winants, Elizabeth, Mrs, r Market, bet 6th and Tth. 
Winants, J E, physician and Marine and City Hospital, and 

Examr of Pension Bureau, r Market^ bet Gth and 7tli. 
Winants, J 0, planter, r Market, bet 6th and 7th. 
Winants, Lizzie P, r Market, bet 6th and 7th. 
Wines, Kate C, wid of William B, r Market, bet 5th & 6th. 
Winder, Aaron L, carpenter, r Castle, bet 6th and 7tli. 
Winder, Hopy, r Castle, bet 6th and 7th. 
Winder, John C, supt W, C & A R B, r 2d, betChesnutan^ 

Mulberry. 
Winder, John H, carpenter, r Castle, bet Gth and 7th. 



241 

L. WEILL & CO., 

Wholesale Dealers In 

LiaUOES AND CIGARS, 

No, 2 Market Street, aiJ No, 1 Sontl Water Street, 

Wll«lait@ffi8 if» ®» 

WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, 

ALL KINDS OF 

Rum, Gin and Schnapps, 

Stoughton Bitters and Ales. 

JAMES ANDERSON. J. LOEB, C. LUCIA N JONES 

French Vice Consul. 

JAMES ANDERSON & CO., 

AND DEALERS IN 

Naval Stores, Cotton, 

AND OTHEE PEODUOE, 
South. "Water Street, 



24S 

Wolffiohn, Miss Louise, teacher of French, and ornamental 

work at Mrs Eobt Kansom's Seminary, r 2d, bet Dock 

and Orange. 
Wood, Alfred V, elk with Sprunt & Hinson^ r Princess, cor 

9th. 
Wood, Francis H, Eev, pastor 5th st Methodist Church, r 5th, 

cor Nun. 
Woodford, Evelyn, inspector, r Mulberry, bet 6th and Tth. 
Woodford, D S, timber inspector, 23 N Water, r Mulberry, 

bet 4th and 5 th. 
Woodford, Mary A, r Mulberry, bet 6th and 7th. 
Wood, John C, r 3d, bet Church and Nun. 
Wood, Kezzio F, Miss, r cor 9th and Princess. 
Woodliff, Wm T, carpenter, W & W R R, r Harnett, bet 3d 

and 4th. 
Wood, Lydia S, r cor 9th and Princess. 
Wood, Mary A, r cor 9th and Princess. 
Wood, Mary A, wid James, dress-maker, 3d, bet Market and 

Princess. 
Wood, Mary F, r cor 9th and Princess. 
Wood, R B, Jr, depy register of Deeds, County Court House, 

r Princess, cor 9th. 
Woodsum,^Maria B, teacher Hemmenway Free School, r Red 

Cross, bet Front and 2d. 
WOOD, THOMAS F, physician, 47 Market, r 9th, cor Prin- 
cess. 
Woodward, J F, carpenter with W & W R R. 
Woodward, J H^ coopersmith W & W R R. 
WOODY, JOHN D, grocer and Com Mer, 37 N Water. 
Wooten's Express to Wadesboro', office National Hotel, 

Wooton, F M, conductor and express agent., r National 

Hotel. 
WORTH, B G, of Worth & Worth, r 4th, cor Nun. 
Worth, Cornelia M, r 4th, cor Nun; 
WORTH, D Q, of Worth & Worth, r Front, bet Nun and 

Church. 
Worth, Eunice V, r 4th, cor Nun. 



243 



Witaimg til feiiiis^ 

DANIEL KLEIN, - ^ - Proprietor. 



A Splendid Bowling Alley on the Place. 



BETWEEN RANKIN AND MULBERRY, 
JLSSB 10th A^B lltk STI&E12TS. 

GODFREY HARTs 

Auction & Commission Merchant, 



■AND DEALER IJf 



DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, 

Shoes, Hats, Caps, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, 
KEROSENE OIL, &c. 

IsTo. 7 Market Stre«et, 

WILMINGTON. Sr. G. 

R. L. HARRIS, 

Undeftaler aod Cabinet Mal(er, 

GENERAL JOB SHOP. 

Located immediately in rear of 

PURCELL HOUSE ON TOOMER'S ALLEY, 

Between Front and Second and Market and Princess Streets. 
A speciality made of RESEATING CHAIES. 




241 ^ 

Worth, Mary J, r 4tli, cor Nun. 

Worth, Wm E, elk with Worth & Worth, r Nun, cor 4th. 

WORTH & WORTH, {B a & D G Worth), Shipping and 

Com Mera, and agts Philadelphia and Southern Mail 

Steamship Co, and Cape Fear Steamboat Co, Water and 

Mulberry. See adv. 

WOOLVIN, J W, of Yopp & Woolvin, r Chesnut, bet 5th 

and 6th. 
Wooster, J L, r 3d, bet Market and Dock. 
WRIGrHT, A E, physician, and dealer in drugs, medicines, 
&c, N W cor Market and Front, r Orange, cor 2d. See 
adv. 
Wright, Mrs Florence M, r S W cor Market and 8th. 
Wright, J G, asst freight agt Wil & W R R, r Market, cor 

8th. 
Wright, J H, r 4th, cor Campbell. 

Wright, John H, policeman, r 5th, bet Castle and Church. 
WRIGHT, THOMAS H, hats and caps, canes, umbrellas, 
&c, 9 N Front, r 4th, bet Chesnut and Princess. See 
adv. 
Wright, Wm, house carpenter, r Front, cor Church. 
WRIGHT, WM A, of Wright and Stedman, and Prest Bank 

Cape Fear, r 3d, bet Market and Dock. 
WRIGHT & STEDMAN, (Wm A Wright and Chas M Sted- 
man), Attorneys at Law, Princess, bet Front and 2d. 
Wronski, Ab'm, of A & J Wronski, r Market and Front. 
WRONSKI, A & J, (Abrm and Jacob Wronski), dry goods 

and clothing, 61 Market. 
Wronski, Jacob, of A & J Wronski, r New York. 
Wyatt, L B, tailor with Munson & Co, r 7th, nr Dock: 

Y. 

Yarborough, O F, inspr naval stores, 22 N Water, r 3d, nr 
Wahiut. 

YATES, C W, photographer, 34 Market, r Front, cor Ches- 
nut. See adv. 

YOPP, ANDREW J, Commercial Editor DaHy Journal, r 
5th, bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 



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CONSTANTLY AERIVfflG. 



SOL. BEAR & BROS. 

KEEP ON HAND 

300 CASES OF BOOTS & SHOES, 

Bought direct from Eastern Manufacturers, which they guarantee to 
sell as low as any Jobbing House North. Also, a very large and well 
selected Stock of 

Por tibe SPRING, SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER TRADE, of 
which they have manufactured a large portion themselves. They defy 
competition. 

ALSO, 100 CASES OF FINE 

Which they offer at great indui eraents to purchasers. Their etock of 
DOMESTICS AND NOTIONS cannot be surpassed in the State by 
any Jobbing House. 

OUR WHOLESALE TRADE. 

We occupy THREE STORIES exclusively for our WHOLE- 
SALE TRADE DEPARTMENT. 

OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENT 

Is Composed of a First-Class Stock of 

GENTS' CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS, 
Hats, City Made Boots and Shoes. 

We beg our old friends from the city and country to give us a call 
and examine our STOCK, which they will find complete. 

We will take great pleasure in exhibiting to them our large and 
well-selected Stock. 

We tender our thanks to our friends for their liberal patronage 
bestowed upon us for the past eighteen years, and beg them still to 
Continue. 

SOL. BEAR & BROS. 



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Topp, Alfred P, machinist, W & W R E, r 5tii, bet Chesnut 
and Miilberry. 

Yopp, C M, blacksmith, W & W R E, r 5th, bet Princess and 
Chesnut. 

Yopp, G W, painter with W & W E E. 

YOPP, F V B, brick mason, r Chesnut, bet 8th and 9th. 

Yopp, W J, asst freight agt Wil & W E E, r 5th, bet Princess 
and Chesnut. 

Yopp, W H, elk with Thos H Smith, r 5th, bet Chesnut and 
Mulberry. 

Yo]3p, Wm W, pattern maker, r 5th, bet Princess and Ches- 
nut. 

Yopp, S F, cabinet-maker with Yopp & Woolvin, r 7th, bet 
Walnut and Mulberry. 

YOPP, S L, of Yopp & Woolvin, r 7th, bet Wahiut and Mul- 
berry. 

YOPP & Woolvin, (S L Yopp and J W Woolvin), undertakers 
and cabinet-makers, N E cor 2d and Princess. See adv. 

Young, Armond D, planter, r N W cor Market and 8th. 

Young, Celeslenia, r N W cor Market and 8th. 

Young, Jennie L, r N W cor Market and 8th. 

Zimmerman, George H, plumber with A H Meff. 

Zimmerman, John W, of Zimmerman & White, r 2d, bet Mar- 
ket and Dock. 

ZIMMEEMAN & WHITE, (J W Zimmerman and Benj F, 
White), furniture, upholsterer and paper-hanger, Market 
bet 2d and 3d. 



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T. J. SOUTHERLAND. * R. StEAGALL* 

SOUTHERLAND & STEAGALL, 




Livery and Sales Stables, 

South West Corner Princess and Third Sts., 

WILimGTON, N. c. 

On arrival of the Cars, Hacks will 
be in attendance to conTey Passengers 
'to any part of tlie City. The Public 
can be accommodated at aU hours with 
HORSES, BUGGIES and CAR- 
^^^ RIAGES, on reasonable terms. 

HORSES boarded by the Day, Week or Month. 
HORSES and MULES always on hand and for Sale. 

A SPECIAL CITY OMNIBUS 

Win be run to and from Union Depot, and all parts of th© 
City, to coJiYey Passengers and JBaggage. 




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Ofsteis, or a Good Oriok or a Place to Sleep, 

R. B. BURNETTS, 
NO. 401-2 NORTH WATER STREET, 

Wll»lagt@a8 M. ©ft 




}^ n g3-9jn)nj ui I ij iM OS 1 S9 A 

AUGUST DEUMELANDT, 



19 NORTH WATER STREET; 

wmmmmmh m. s. 

The finest of LIQUORS in the city, consisting of 

WINES, BRANDIES, ALES, BEER, 
OIDER, &c.. 

In fact every thing to be found in a First-Class Saloon of the best quality. 
The choicest brands of TOBACCO and CIG-ARS always on hand. 
NEW RIVER OYSTERS served in season. 
Satisfaction guaranteed ; none shall go away dissatisfied. 



GOVEENMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



WILLIAM W. HOLDEN, of Wake, Governor. 

J B Neathery, Private Secretary. 

Tod R Caldwell, of Burke, Lieutenant Governor and President of Sen- 
ate, ex officio. 

Henry J Menninger, of Craven, Secretary of State. 

Henderson Adams, of Davidson, Auditor. 

David A Jenkins, of Gaston, Treasurer. 

Donald W Bain, of Wake, Chief Clerk to Treasurer. 

Kev S S Ashley, of New Hanover, Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion. 

C L Harris., of Rutherford, Superintendent of Public Works. 

Wm M Shipp, of Mecklenburg, Attorney General. 

Abiel W Fisher, of Bladen, Adjutant General. 

W C Kerr, of Mecklenburg, State Q^eologist. 

James H Moore, State Printer. 

T H Hill, of Wake, State Librarian. 

Patrick McGowan, of Wake, Keeper of the Capital. 

GENEEAL ASSEMBLY. 
The General Assembly commences its annual session on the third 
Monday in November, in each year, and is composed of fifty Senators 
and one hundred and twenty Representatives, biennially chosen, by 
ballot, on the first Thursday in August. 

SENATORIAL DISTEICTS AND SENATORS. 
TOD R CALDWELL, Lieutenant Governor and ex officio President 

of Senate. 
Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimous, Chowan and Gatep, 

Rufus K Speed and J C Skinner, d's. 
Martin, Washington and Tyrrell, L C Latham, d. 
Beaufort and Hyde, E J Warren, d. 
Northampton, Jesse Flythe, r. 



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Bertie and Hertford, J W Beasley, r. 
Halifax, Henry Eppes, colored, r. 
Edgecombe, N B Bellamy, r. 
Pitt, Jacob McCotter, r. 
Nash and Wilson, Lawrence F Battle, d. 
Craven and Carteret, L J Moore, R F Lehman, r's. 
Jones and Lenoir, R W King, r. 
Duplin and Onslow, Wm A Allen, d, 
^ New Hanover and Brunswick, Charles W McClammy, d ; Gr W Price, 
colored, r. 
Bladen and Columbus, J C Currie, d. 
Robeson, R M Norment, d. 

Cumberland, Harnett and Sampson, "W C Troy and T C Murphy, d's. 
Johnston, L R Waddell, d. 
Greene and Wayne, C H Brogden, r, 
Franklin and Wake, L P Olds and P B Hawkins, r's. 
'- Warren, John Hyman, colored, r. 

Granville and Person, L C Edwards, d ; J C Barnett, r. 

Orange, John W Graham, d. 

Chatham, W Gaston Albright, d. 

Caswell, L Brown, d. 

Rockingham, J T Morehead, d. 

Alamance and Guilford, John A Gilmer and J A Graham, d's. 

Randolph and Motgomery, Dr J M Worth, d. 

Moore and Richmond, R S Ledbetter, d. 

Anson ancl Union, A J Dargan, d. 

Mecklenburg, H C Jones, d. 

Cabarrus and Stanly, Valentine Mauney, d. 

Davie and Rowan, W MRobbins, d. 

Davidson, F C Robbins, d. 

Forsyth and Stokes, S Adams, d. 

Surry and Yadkin, Andrew C Cowles, d. 

Alexander and L-edell, Romulus Z Linney, d, 

Catawba, Gaston and Lincoln, E Crowell, d. 

Cleaveland, Polk and Rutherford, G M Whitesides, d. 

Alleghany, Ashe and Wilkes, C L Cook, d. 

Buncombe, Henderson and Transylvania, James Merrimon, d. 

Burke, Caldwell and Watauga, W B Council, d. 

Madison, Mitchell, McDowell and Yancey, W W Fleming, d. 

Clay, Cherokee, Haywood, Jackson and Macon, W L Love, d. 



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Democrats 36 ; Kepublicans 14 . 

D designates democrat, and E, republican. 

HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. 
THOS J JAR VIS, of Tyrrell, Speaker. 
Alamance, J C McAllister, d. 
Alleghany, Robert Gambrel, d. 
Ashe, Dr S Wilcox, d. 
Alexander, J I\I Carson, independent. 
Anson, "William E Smith, d. 
Beaufort, Thomas Sparrow, d. 
Bertie, Parker D Robbins, colored, r. 
Bladen, A W Fisher, r. 
Brunswick, John A Brooks, r. 
Buncombe, E D Johnston, d. 
Burke, J C Mills, d. 
Cabarrus, J L Henderson, d. 
Caldwell, Edmond Jones, d. 
Camden, John L Chamberlain, d. 
Carteret, L W Martin, d. 
Caswell, E W Withers and M Pay lor, d's. 
Catawba, R B B Houston, d, 
Chatham, R J Powell and J A Womack, d's. 
Cherokee, B K Dickey, d. 
Chowan, John Page, colored, r. 
Clay, Mr. Anderson, d. 
Cleaveland, L M McAfee, d. 
Columbus, C C Grore, d. 

Craven, Richard Tucker, E R Dudley, George B Willis, all nnl'd X-: nil r'« 
Cumberland, C W Broadfoot and J H Currie, d's. 
Currituck, Mr. Woodhouse, d. 

Davidson, Jacob Clinard, d ; J T Brown, independent. 
Davie, James A Kelly, d, 
Duplin, J D Stanford and N E Armstrong, d's. 
Edgecombe, R M Johnson and Willis Bunn, colored, r's. 
Forsythe, John P Nisson, r. 

Franklin, J H Williamson, colored, and J T Harris, r's. 
Gaston, J G Gulick, d. 
Gates, Riddick Gatling, independent. 

Granville, E B Lyon, T T, TTm-r^rnve nnd WH Reavis, colored, all r's. 
Greene. Mr. F-ivfl-<T v. 



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Guilford, Jonatlian Harris and S C Rankin, d's. 

Halifax, Ciias Smith and JohQ Bryant, colored, and John Renfrew, 

all r's. 
Harnett, Neill S Stewart, d. 
Haywood, W P Welch, d. 
Henderson, Brownlow Morris, r. 
Hertford, T R Jernagan, d. 
Hyde, Mr. Lucas, d. 

Iredell, J H Hill and Thomas A Nicholson, d's. 
Jackson, T D Bryson, d. 

Johnston, Jessce Hinnant and W H Joyner, d's. 
Jones, Mr. Bryan, d. 
Lenoir, Mr. Loftin, r. 
Lincoln, David Kincaid, d. 
Macon, J L Robinson, d^ 
Madison, Nathaniel Kelsey, d. 
Martin, George A Gregory, d. 
McDowell, Joseph Grayson, d. 
Mecklenburg, R P Waring and J Sol Reid, d's. 
Mitchell, Mr. Collis, r. 
Montgomery, Mr. Morgan, r. 
Moore, Alexander Kelly, d. 
Nash, J H Drake, d. 
-New Hanover, S A Ashe, d ; George Z French and Geo L Mabson, 

colored, r's. 
Northampton, Samuel N Buxton and Buxton Jones, r'a. 
Onslow, James G Scott, d. 
Orange, F N Strudwick and C C Atwater, d's. 
Pasquotank, Thomas A Sykes, colored, r. 
Perquimans, T E Darden, independent. 
Person, H T Jordan, d. 
Pitt, Mr. Atkinson and Mr. Joyner, d's. 
Polk, John Garrison, r. 

Randolph, Jonathan Lassiter and S F Tomlinson, d's. 
Richmond, Robert Fletcher, colored, r. 
Robeson, Thomas A McNeil and H B Regan, d's. 
Rockingham, Mr Johns and David Settle, d's. 
Rowan, W H Crawford and F M Luckey, d's. 
Rutherford, J M Justice, r. 
Sampson, J R Maxwell, d. 



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Stanly, John Furr, d. 

Stokes, J G- H Mitchell, d. 

Surry, H C Hapton, d. 

Transylvania, J C Duckworth, r. 

Tyrrell, T J Jarvis, d. 

Union, C M T McCauley, d. 

Wake, SF Phillips, T W Young, Willis Morgan, colored, and R 

Stewart Ellison, colored, all r's. 
Warren, Wm Cawthorne, colored, and Richard Faulkner, colored, r's. 
Washington, D C Guyther, r. 
Wautauga, W F Shull, d. 
Wayne, D E Smith, d, and E G Copeland, r. 
Wiles, Tyre York, d. 
Wilson, J W Dunham, d, 
Yadkin, J G Marler, d. 
Yancey, C F Young, d. 

Democrats 76, including 3 independents ; Republicans 44. 

SUPEE3IE COURT. 
The Supreme Court consists of a Chief Justice and four Associate 
Justices. There are two terms of the Court held at Raleigh, in each 
year, commencing on the first Monday in January, and the first Mon- 
day in June^ and continuing as long as the public interests may require. 

OFFICERS. 

RM Pearson, of Yadkin, Chief Justice, salary $2,500 

Edwin G Reade, of Person, Associate Justice, salary 2,500 

Wm B Rodman, of Beaufort, Associate Justice, salary.... 2,500 

R PDick, of Guilford, Associate Justice, salary 2,500 

Thomas Settle, of Rockingham, Associate Justice, salary 2,500 

Wm M Shipp, of Mecklenburg, Att'y Gen., exclusive of fees.... 1,500 

M McCorkle, of Rowan, Reporter, exclusive of fees 600 

W H Bagley, of Wake, Clerk 1,0J0 

DA Wicker, of Wake, Marshal c 

SUPERIOR COURTS. " 
Judges — Electa 1 by the people. Term of office eight and four yearg. 
1st District — Charles C Pool. 
2d do Edmund W Jones. 
3d do William J Clark. 
4th do Daniel L Russell, Jr. 



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5th District — Ralph P Buxton. 

6th do Samuel W Watts. 

7th do Albion Yf Tourgee. 

8th do John M Cloud. 

9th do George W Logan. 

10th do Anderson Mitchell. 

11th do James L Henry. 

12th do Kiley H Cannon. 
Solicitors — Elected by the people. Term of office four years. 

1st District — J W Albertson. 

2d do Joseph J Martin. 

3d do John V Sherard. 

4th do John A Richardson. 

5th do NeiU McKay. 

6th do William R Cox. 

7th do J R Bulla. 

8th do AH Joyce. 

9th do W P Bynum. 

10th do W P Caldwell. 

11th do Virgil S Lusk. 

12th do R M Henry. 

FIEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Bertie county, on the first Monday in March and October. 
Hertford county, on the third Monday in March and October. 
Xjrates connty, fourth ]^Ionday after the first Monday in March and Oc- 
tober. 
Chowan county, sixth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

October. 
Perquimmans county, eighth Monday after the first Monday in March 

and October. 
Pasquotank county, tenth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

October. 
Camden county, twelfth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

October. 
Currituck county, fourteenth Monday after the first Monday in March 

and October. 
Dare county, sixteenth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

October. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Tyrrell county, on the first Monday in September and February. 



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Hyde county, second Monday after the third Monday in September' 

and February. 
Washington county, on the third Monday in September and February. 
Beaufort county, sixth Monday after the third Monday in September 

and February. 
Martin county, fourth Monday after the third Monday in September 

and February. 
Pitt county, eighth Monday after the third Monday in September and 

February. 
Edgecombe county, tenth Monday after the third Monday in September 

and February. 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
"Wayne county, on the first Monday in September and February. 
Jones county, on the third Monday in September and February. 
Onslow county, first Monday after the fourth Monday in September 

and February. 
Craven county, third Monday after the fourth Monday in September 

and February. 
Lenoir county, fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in September and 

February. 
Grreene county, seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in September 

and February. 
Carteret county, ninth Monday after the fourth Monday in September 

and February. 
Wilson county, eleventh Monday after the fourth Monday in September 

and February. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Robeson county, on the fourth Monday in August and February. 
Bladen county, second Monday after the fourth Monday in August and 

February. 
Columbus county, fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in August 

and February. 
Brunswick county, sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in August 

and February. 
New Hanover county, eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in Au- 
gust and February. 
Sampson county, tenth Monday after the fourth Monday in August and 

February. 
Duplin county, twelfth Monday after the fourth Monday in August and 

February. 



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FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTMCT. 
Harnett county, on the second Monday in August and February. 
Moore county, second Monday after the second Monday in August and 

February. 
Montgomery county, fourth Monday after the second Monday in Au- 
gust and February. 
Stanly county, sixth Monday after the second Monday in August and 

February. 
Union county, eighth Monday after the second Monday in August and 

February. 
Anson county, tenth Monday after the second Monday in August and 

February. 
Richmond county, twelfth Monday after the second Monday in August 

and February. 
Cumberland county, fourteenth IMonday after the second Monday in 

August and February. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTEICT. 
Granville county, on the second Monday in August and February. 
Warren county, second Monday after the second Monday in August 

and February. 
Franklin county, fourth Monday after the second Monday in August 

and February. 
Johnston county, sixth Monday after the second Monday in August 

and February. 
Wake county, eighth Monday after the second Monday in August and 

February. 
Nash county, tenth Monday after the second Monday in August and 

February. 
Halifax county, twelfth Monday after the second Monday in August 

and February. 
Northampton county, fourteenth Monday after the second Monday in 

February, 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTEICT. 
G-uilford county, on the first Monday in March and September. 
Rockingham county, second Monday after the first Monday in March 

and September. 
Caswell county, fourth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

September. 
Person county, sixth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

September. 



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Orange county, eighth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

September. 
Chatham county, tenth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

September. 
Randolph county, twelfth Monday after the first Monday in March and 

September. 
Alamance county, fourteenth Monday after the first Monday in March 

and September. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Davie county, on the first Monday in April and September. 
Rowan county, on the third Monday in April and September. 
Davidson county, second Monday after the third Monday in April and 

September. 
Forsythe county, on the fourth Monday after the third Monday in April 

and September. 
Stokes county, sixth Monday after the third Monday in April and 

September. 
Surry county, eighth Monday after the third Monday in April and 

September. 
Yadkin county, tenth Monday after the third Monday in April and 

February. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Polk county, on the second Monday in March and September. 
Rutherford county, fourth Monday in March and September. 
Cleveland county, second Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

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

September. 
Gaston county, sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and 

September. 
Mecklenburg county, eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Cabarrus county, tenth Monday after the fourth Monday in March and 

September. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Catawba county, on the first Monday in March and August. 
Alexander county, third Monday in March and August. 
Iredell county, 2nd Monday after the 3rd Monday in March and August. 
Wilkes county, 4th Monday after the 3rd Monday in March and August. 
Alleghany county, on the sixth Monday after the third Monday in 

March and August. 



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Caldwell county, eighth Monday after the third Monday in March and 

AugBst. 
Burke county, tenth Monday after the third Monday in March and 
August. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL L>ISTHICT. 
Ashe county, first Monday in April and September. 
Wautauga county, third Monday in April and Septeitiber. 
McDowell county, on the second Monday after the third Monday in 

April and September. 
Mitchell county, fourth Monday after the third Monday in April and 

September. 
Yancey county, sixth Mooday after the third Monday in April and 

September. 
Madison county, eighth Monday after the third Monday in April and 

September. 
Buncombe county, tenth Monday after the third Monday in April and 
September. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Cherokee county, first Monday in March and August. 
Clay county, on the third Monday in March and August. 
Macon county, 2nd Monday after the 3rd Monday in March and August. 
Jackson county, fourth Monday after the third Monday in March and 

August. 
Haywood county, sixth Monday after the third Monday in March and 

August. 
Transylvania county, eighth Monday after the third Monday in March 

and August. 
Henderson county, tenth Monday after the third Monday in March and 
August. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT. 
Justices— H L Bond, of Maryland ; IHstrict Attorney, D H Star- 
buck, of Forsythe ; Clerk, N J Riddick ; Marshal, S T Carrow. Time 
of holding Courts the first Monday in June, and fourth Monday in No- 
vember, at Ealeigh, 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 
Judge — George W Brooks, of Pasquotank 

The United States District Courts are held at Elizabeth City, sec- 
ond Monday in April and October. Samuel T Bond, Clerk 

Newbern — Fourth Monday in April and October. C Hibbard, Clerk, 
Wilmington — First Monday after the Court at Newbern. "William 
Larkins, Clerk. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor— SILAS N MARTIN. 

€ iTY Marshal— W P C AN AD AY. 

Treasurer— T G SERVOSS. 

Judge op Special City Court— EDWARD CANT WELL 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 
1st Ward — Wm Kellogg and Owen Burney. 
2d do D Rumley. 
3d do R P Barry and J E Sampson. 
4th do George Chadbourn and H S Servoss. 
6th do Anthony Howe and William H Thurber. 

T C Servoss, Clerk ; Silas N Martin, Mayor, ex officio Chairman. 
CHIEF ENGINEER OF FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
Perry M Rice, 
POLICE. 
John Fitzgerald, Captain. 
Lewis Nixon, Assistant Captain. 
N A VanSoulen, 1st Sergeant. 
J J Wright, 2d do. 
Stephen Walcott, od do. 

PRIVATES, 
Toney Ashe. John A Wilson. 

Robert Wheaton. William Brooks. 

James H Harris. Richard Fitzgerald. 

Edw'd Byrd. J M Johnson, 

a W Green. Ellis White. 

W H Howe. N Williams. 

H Kuhl. Charles Taylor. 

E Joyner. Josh Meares. 

Lewis Bryan. John Evangelist. 

E J Jones. Eli Hyatt. 

G E Burton. Lawrence Allen. 

D K Davis. Joe Mosely. 

J W Nash. Joe Green. 

Fred Williams. Robert McKensie. 

'Daniel Haynes. J Scott. 



New Hanover County Government. 



Judge of Superior Court — Dan'l L Russel, Jr. 

Clerk Superior Court and Judge of Probate— J C Mann . 

Deputy Clerk of Superior Court— George D Flack. 

Sheriff — J W Schenck, Jr. Deputies — Thos M Gardner and Jasper 

Bishop. 
Jailor— Sol W Nash. 
Register — J W Bivens. R B Wood, Jr, Deputy. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

Silas N Martin, Chairman ; E M Shoemaker, A R Black, John C 
Heyer, James R Lowery. J W Bivens, Clerk ; Robert B Wood, Jr, 
Deputy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Wilmington — Anthony Howe, E H McQuigg, Wm H Merrick, Wm M 

Harriss, George Hooper, Edward Cantwell. 
Federal Point — Solomon Reeves and Anthony A Hause, 
Masonboro' — Elijah Hewlett and John G Wagner. 
Harnett — Daniel C Davis and Delaware Nixon. 
Cape Fear— Henry E Scott and Murphy Ward. 
Grant — George W Pollock and Stokely Atkinson. 
Holden — James Hill and James S Hines. 
Lincoln — William J Bivens and F H Bell. 
Caswell — George W Corbett and J F Simpson. 
Franklin — Elijah J Anders and William Robinson. 
Union — Hanson F Murphy and Rufus Garriss. 
Holly — Christopher Rowe and George Page. 
Columbia— C W Galloway and C F Walker. 



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R. H. GRANT. R. H. COWAN, Jr- 

New Funiture Store, 



AND 

® 



onse J! Diusung Hmm 



GRANT & COWAN, 

Front between Princess and Market Streets, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

Are constantly in receipt of the latest and most approved designs and 
larsrest assortment of 



ever brought to the Southern market. 

Our facilities for obtaining goods are such as to enable us to sell at 
prices that ;,cannot fail to prove satisfactory. In quality we cannot 

BE EXCELLED. 

We also keep a large and general stock of 



A visit to our extensive show rooms, the largest and most complete 
m the city, will satisfy the most fastideous, that for good goods and 
reasonable prices we cannot be excelled. 

We are making arrangements to keep on hand a large assortment of 

CURTAINS, SASH AND BLINDS, 



In fact, every thing necessary for house furnishing of the best quality 
and at the lowest i^riccs. 



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liBBiil' 



FPlTlIIlTlj 

ANTI SMUT, 



AND 



Fertilizer. 



This compound lias been extensively and thoroughly tested 
throughooit the South and West, the 

ii#§t &st#alsMmg Sn't^^g® 

Attending it, proving a 

SURE PREVENTIVE of RUST AND SMUT 

In WHEAT, OATS, RYE and SMALL GRAINS of aU kinds, 

^Ip© mmM ©prate W©pme 

In QORN and ROT in POTATOES. Thousands of testimo- 
nials as to its efficacy, from the 

Most Reliable PLANTERS and GARDENERS 

Can be shown. In addition to its WONDERFUL AND 
NEVER FAILING PROPERTIES as a PREVENTIVE of 
DISEASE IN GRAIN, &c., it possesses immense 

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(Continued from Page 262.) 

HADDOCKS PREVENTIVE, &c. 

Its application to the seed gives a healthy geowth and 
LARGE YIELD witli one-lialf the nourishment from the soil 
required under ordinary circumstances. 

A single trial will convince the most skeptical. 

It is put up in packages of about one pound each. A 
single package is sufficient for from four to five bushels of 
&eed wheat, <fec., by dissolving it in five gallons of water. 

Every ingredient contained in the compound is harmless, 
and calculated to impart a healthy growth wherever ap- 
plied to seed. Directions for use accompany each package. 

FAIRLY, McIVER & CO., 

"Water below Mulberry St., Wilmington, N. , 

General \Agents for tlie Carolina^. 

JOHN A. PARKER, 

HOUSK SIGN, SHIP AMD ORNAMENTAL PAINTER 
GRAINER AND VARNISHER, 

3d: Corner of Princess Street^ 

WIlMIlgf ®1, 1« ©. 



^ ^ THE BEST OF MATEEIAL ONLY 

^^j^A^ USED in his business. Being an old citizen 
A srt i,m,»s^t|j^ of Wilmington, and so long engaged in his- 
g^^ profession, our citizens have only to examine 
" ~-^and compare his work, which for durability; 
1^ and neatness, cannot be excelled. 
^ None but the best workmen employed. 
All work guaranteed , charges moderate. 




New Firms, Changes, Eemovals, &c. 



Boatwright, J L, of C D Myers & Co, r Market cor 3d. 

Chadbourne, George, of James H Chadbourne & Co, r Nun, cor Front. 

Frederick &Son, (N & W C Frederick,) Cotton Factors and Commis- 
sion Merchants, 22 North Water. 

French, W R, Family Grocer, Market cor 2d. 

Fowler, John J, Lawyer, Princess, bet 2d and 3d. 

Garrell & Stanaland, (J F Garrell & E C Stanaland,) General Com- 
mission Merchants, Cattle, &c.. Princess, cor Water. 

Grant & Cowan, (E.H Grant & R H Cowan, Jr.,) Furniture, Crockery- 
Ware, House Furnishing Goods, &c., Fromt, bet Princess and 
Market. 

Haddock, T M, Publisher & Compiler, r Castle below 2d. 

Mclntire & French, removed from Market cor 2d, to 30 Market. 

Pope, A, General Freight and Passenger Agent Wilmington & Wel- 
don and Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta Rail Roads, r Front 
bet Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Shields, G C «& Co, Dry Goods, &c, 13 Market. 

Stevenson, W M, China, Glass, Housekeeping Goods, &c, 32 Market. 

Weill, L & Co, (L Weill & Nathan Mayer,) Wholesale Wines, Liquors, 
Cigars, &c, Market, cor Water. 

Weill, B, late B & L Weill, Dry Goods, &c, 17 Market. 

Wildt, Wm & Son, Richmond, Va, late Wm Wildt. See adv's pages 
145 and 231. 




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