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WILMINGTON DIRECTORY, 1860-61. 

SINGER'S 




F"H um\M, pyi\"f vi'i(j,\ m m,i\if.i('TIjrer}». 

Without a siif f p^sF^ij ,,jyy( j,^ j^jvy market mi ^l;e world! ^ j 



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jL*Iarket street jWilining-tou, N. C. 



nilAS. D. MYEES, FEED, J. MOOPtE. 

MYERS & MOORE, 

4JI 34 MARKET STREET, k\ i 

ij wilmin(;ton, n. c, i/1 

^^ W1I()J.ESAJ>I<: AM) JJKTAIL DEAJ.EllS IN ^"^ 

Greiils' l:<\LsliioiiaT)le 

DRESS Al 1{IjSI[\ESS IliTS A^D CAPS, 

Of cvt'vy ^tyli- and i|uality : 

Gents', Youtlis^ and Boys' Caps, 

(LHn.fiRKN.S' HATS ANB CAfS, 
UMBRELLAS 1 OK SUN AND RAIN: 

ELEOA.NT FEENUH, KXULI811 AXB A3IEKICAN 

Together ^vitli a iiio.^t e.xti'U.^ivo assortment of 




GENUINE SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS, 

LADIES' DRESS AND TRAVELING TRUNKS, 

Every style and ileseripliou of 

Trunks, Valises, Bonnet Boxes, Reticules and Traveling Bags, 
34 •• MARKET STREET 34 



dLU Litirarp 

of tl)e 

(Ilnit)er0itp of Bonb Carolina 




Collection of Bovt^ Catoliniana 
io^n Upturn l^ill 

of t^e 01800 of 1889 

cgri.GS" 

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I. V. k D. II. 

GENERAL COMMISSION 

forwardinImergiants 

No. 20 SOUTH WATER STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N, C. 



^g-eintts ipoi^ the 

CAPE FEAK STEAMBt^AT COMMNY 

Composed of the new IRON STEA.^IEES 

FLORA McDonald, 



AND 



A. P. HURT, 

AND 

Old Line Wilmington and New York Packets; 
Keystone Line of Wilmington and Philadelphia Packets; 
Old Line Wilmington and Baltimore Packets; 

AND DEALERS IN 

LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT, HAIR, 

AMERICAN GUANO, SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME, 



AND OTHER 

BEST RED ASH AND BLACKSMITHS' COAL, SC„ K 



THE OLD FIRM. 

EAHNWEILES & BROTHERS, 

2d DOOR FROM THE EXCHAKGE CORNER, 

ON FRONT STREET, AND 
3d DCOR FROra TEE FXCHANGE CORKER, 
ON MARKET STREET, 

SIGN OF THE AMERICAN FLAG, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

ALSQ A BRANCH STOBE AT flL^RLHTTE, N. C, 




IMPORTS HS AND DKAIJ -HS IN 



Fancy and Staple Dry Goods^ 

FREMGH lilLLIETERT, 

DRESS CLOAKS AND TRIMMINGS, 
EMBROIDERIES & LACE GOODS, 

AND A VARIETY OF 
ALL OUR OWN IMPORTATION. 



SBMfiMS MAM MAM UmMM, 

TO SUIT ALL AGES. 

BOOTS and SHOES, J^ 

OF THE MOST CELEBRATED MAKES. '^' 

Hats and Caps of the Latest Style, S^.,, 

CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &c. 

1|^=^ Bear in mind, that this Store has mo connection with 
the Corner Store, as the firm consists of tht- old original 
partners. 

DAVID KAHNWEILER, DANIEL KAHNWEILER. JACOB KAHNWEILER. 




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KELLEY'S 





TO WHICH IS ADDED A 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



1860-61. 



COMPILED BY T. TUTHER, Jr., 



WILMINGTON, N. C: 

PUBLISHED BY GEO. H. KELLEY, 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER^ 

27 MARKET STREET. 



JTourixal 33viilclmgs : 
rULTON & PRICE, STEAM POWER PRESS PRINTEES. 

1860. . 



10 GEO. 11. KELLEY's WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



THEPARmTERiUAMELL 





1 

Patented by £. Booth, Aag. 16, 1859. 



This is the most simple, perfect and reliable machine in the 
market, capable of -a greater variety of work than any other 
machine. 

Purchasers are invited to call and examine for themselves at the 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS, 

MOZART H^LL,, 

WILMINGTOX, X. C. 

E. T, BARRY. 

GEO. HARRIS8. W. W. HARRISS. A. J. HOWELL. 

UW& & HOWELL, 

WILmilMCTON, N. C. 



WIL3IINGT0N, NORTH CAROLINA. 



Tuis Town, the capital of New Hanover County, and tlie largest 
and most eonnnercial place in the State, is situated mainly on the 
East side of the Cape Fear River, 34 miles from its mouth, in lati- 
tude 34° 11^ North, longitude 78° 10' West from Greenwich. 

Wilmington owes much of its commercial importance to its posi- 
tion upon the largest and best navigable river within the State, 
which admits vessels of five hundx*ed tons burthen to reach its 
wharves from the sea, while steamers ply regularly as high as Fay- 
ettc\'ille, during the greater portion of the year, find rafts and flats 
from the diflferent tributaries of the main stream bring in immense 
(juantities of produce for sale or shipment. 

In addition to these natural advantages^ the prosperity of Wilming- 
ton has been considerably enhanced by the construction of important 
works of internal improvement , bringing her into connection with near- 
ly every section of the State. Of these works, the first in the order 
of time was the Wilmington and Weldon Fiail Road, running from 
Wilmington to Weldon, 1G2 miles, in a northerly direction. Some- 
what later the Wilmington and ^Manchester Rail Road was built^ 
connecting Wilmington with the improvements of the State of 
South Carolina on the South, as the Wilmington and Weldon Rail 
Road does with those of Virginia on the North. These two roads 
form part of the great Northern and Southern Seaboard Route be- 
tween Portland and New Orleans. The Wilmington and Weldon 
Rail Road has been paying liberal dividends for years, and the 
prospects for remunerative profits being soon realized by the stock- 
holders in the Wilmington and Manchester Rail Road Company 
become every day more cheering. 

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12 GEO. H. KELLEY'S 



The Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Rail Road, of over 
two hundred miles in length, now in course of construction, will open 
up to the trade and enterprise of "Wilmington a large and wealthy 
section of country, from which important accessions to the commerce 
of the place must certainly be derived. 

The Wilmington & Weldon Railroad connects with the North 
Carolina Railroad at Goldsboro', and thus Wilmington is put in 
communication with a large portion of the middle section of the 
State, while the Western North Carolina Railroad, connecting with 
the North Carolina Railroad at Salisbuiy, and designed to cross 
the Blue Ridge in the direction of Asheville, will give easy access 
to a country celebrated for the salubrity of its climate, the romantic 
beauty of its scenery, and the undisputed possession of the loftiest 
mountains east of the Mississippi. 

The port of Wilmington is also the natural outlet for the trade of 
the great mining region of the State, situated in the Deep River 
country, in Chatham county. As soon as the riches of this region 
are developed, Wilmington can hardly fail to receive marked and 
substantial benefits from this developement. 

In view of these advantages, present and prospective, there 
appears to be no good reason to apprehend any serious check to 
the growth of the town for many years to come ; on the contrary, 
an accelerated progress, both in wealth and population, may fairly 
be anticipated. 

In 1840 the census of the United States represented the popula- 
tion of Wilmington as amounting to 4,744, and in 18.50 to 7,264. 
An estimate fixing the present population at 11,000 will probably 
be found to vary very little from the actual result of the census 
now being taken, (June, 1860.) 

The assessed value of the real estate of the town, however, has 
more than kept pace with its advancing population^, having 
increased fully six-fold since the commencement of the several works 
of internal improvement which serve to pour the produce of the 
country into the warehouses or upon the wharves of the port, as 



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WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 13 



well as to convey to the different points in the interior the supplies of 
goods and merchandise called for by the wants or wishes of the 
le. 

Among the public buildings of Wilmington, mention may be made 
of its Churches, of which there are eleven, some of them being 
really imposing edifices ; the U. S. Custom House, and Marine 
Hospital ; the Town Hall and Theatre, one of the finest municipal 
buildings south of the Potomac; the Coui't House and County 
Jail, together with the depots of the several Railroad Companies. 
The town is lit with gas, being the first town in the State to intro- 
duce that improvement. 

There are two daily papers published in Wilmington. There 
are four banks : — The Bank of Cape Fear, the Commercial Bank, 
the Bank of Wilmington, and the Wilmington Branch of the Bank 
of North Carolina. There is also the Savings Bank, but it is not 
a bank of issue. The banking house of the Bank of Cape Fear 
justly ranks among the finest public buildings in the State. 

Although the largest naval store market in the world, the trade 
of Wilmington is not confined to that department exclusively, but 
embraces a great variety of produce for export, including cotton, 
rice, pea nuts, flour, timber and lumber, etc., while manufac- 
turing industry, although receiving less attention than it deserves, 
is not wholly neglected. Shipping and commission business, whole- 
sale and retail merchandising in all departments, are extensively 
engaged in. A brisk trade is fast springing up with the West 
Indies and South America. Numerous lines of sailing packets 
connect Wilmington with many of the northern ports of the country, 
and a line of steamships between Wilmington and New York will 
probably be put in operation within the present year, in fact one of 
the ships of this line commences her trips this month. 

In conclusion it may be proper to say, that the list of interments 
in proportion to population, as well as the general health of the 
people, go to show that the climate of Wilmington is fully equal 
to that of any seaboard city or town in the United States. 



14 GEO. H. KELLEY's WILfflNGTON DIRECTORY. 

MMAY & BLANEY, ^ 

^-^^ MAIUFAGTUMRS AED DEALERS U ^>^ 

BOOTS le HHOiS, 

No. 35 MARKET STREET, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

ems' Fill BifslDliiiTii m iisii 



J^^Tlae only house in the place that soils North Carolina work, 

D. A. lAMOIT, 

mmmm m FORWAROiniG 

MERCHANT, 

No. 20 NORTH WATER STREET, 

Prompt personal attention given to Consignment for sale or 
shipment. 



E/IEiFEIS, TO 
John Dawson, Pres't Branch Bank of North Carolina, Wilmington. 
0. G-.^ Parsley, '• Commercial Bank, " 

John 'a. Taylor, '•' Wilmington Savings Bank, *' 

E. P. Hall, Esq. 



INDEX TO ADYERTISEMENTS. 



M^ The attention of the Public is called to the following list of 
Merchants and Business Men as among the best in their respective 
lines. 



Page. 

Aaron, David, 40 

Adams' Express Co 86 

Alderman & Bettencoui't, 82 

AUen, WH, 62 

Baldwin, S^ out side front 

cover and 90 and 91 

Barry, ET, 10 

Burkhimer, Henry, 72 

Carr, Thos B, 26 

Clark, John M, 103 

Covell, WmK, 26 

Dudley, EB, 64 

Erambert, Louis B, 58 

Express Steamboat Co 52 

Farmers' House, 88 

Planner, J H, 104 

French, G R, 20 

Greene, Zeno H, 24 

Greer, David J, 42 

Gwyer, Peacock & Co 84 

HaU, AE, 88 

Hansley, E, 56 

Harriss& Howell, 00 

Hart & Bailey, back fly 

leaf, 

Hathaway & Co 28 

Hedrick&Ryan 22 

Heins & Domler, 48 

Heinsberger, P, 92 



Page. 

Howard, W C 54 

Huggins, L B & Sons, • 68 

Jacobs, WmL, 62 

Kahnweiler, S B & Co, in- 
side back cover, 

Kahnweiler & Bros, 2d 

page front fly leaf, 

Kelley, Geo H, 74 

Kelley, Oliver, 34 

Kordlander, H, 52 

Lament, D A, 14 

Lippitt, WmH, 18 

Lippitt, JohnE, 60 

McCarter, J M & Co, 26 

McKoy, TH&Co, 70 

Maclnnis, M, 36 

MacRae, J & D & Co, 40 

Marks, WH&Co, 38 

Meier Joseph, 78 

Monk, JM, 104 

Montague. L, 72 

Morse, CC, 40 

Munro, G C & W J, 62 

Murray & Blaney , 14 

Murray, E& Co, 32 

Myers, Geo, out side back 

cover, 

Myers & Moore, inside front 

cover, 

15 



16 



GEO. H. KELLEYS WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Page. 

Neff, Joseph H, 64 

Perrin, H R, 20 

Petteway, JT & Co, 46 

Pigott, D, 50 

Pirsson, James^ 92 

Polvogt, C, 66 

Robinson, C H & Co, 56 

SmaU, Dr A& J, 56 

Southerland, J B, 104 

Thorburn, R, 78 



Turner, LC, 30 

Weill & Anathan, 103 

West, SM, 88 

Wilkinson & Co, 42 

Wilmington Herald, 80 

Wilmington Journal, 76 

Wilson, James, 44 

Worth, T C & B G, front 
flyleaf, 



GEISTER^L INr)EX. 



Banks, 110 

County Officers, Courts, (fee, 107 

Cape Fear Marine Total Abstinence Society, 108 

Churches, Ill 

Consuls, 112 

Inspectors, 107 

Ladies' Benevolent Society, 109 

Military, 109 

Oakdale Cemetery Company, 106 

Post Office, 112 

Railroads, 110 

Schools, 106 

Secret Societies 108 

Seamens' Friend Society, 109 

Town Government 105 

United States Government Officers 112 

Wilmington Thalian Association, 106 

Wilmington Gas Light Company, 107 

Wilmington Library Association, 109 



KELLEY'S 



Wilmington Directory. 



ABREVIATIONS: 

In the pages following h stands for house ; bdi for boards ; it for between ; cor for 
corner ; opp for opposite ; e for east ; u> for west ; n for north ; s for sonth ; avl or 
avenue ; al for alley ; ab for above ; bel for below ; nr for near ; r for rear ; sqi or 
square. The word street is implied. Numbered streets implied by the figures only. 



Aaron, David, dry goods and clothing, 25 Market, h Front. 
Adams Express Co., James Macomber, agent, office 17 Front. 
Adams, Albert, of A. Brothers & Co., h Market bt ord and 4th. 
Adams, Brothers & Co. , com merchants, cor Water and Princess. 
Adrian, A, grocer, 2-4 Front, bds Front bt Dock and Orange. 

Agostini, P, confectioner, 42 Market, bds . 

Agostini, F. 31., confectionery, 20 Market, h cor (ith and Dock. 
Alderman, I. T. , of A & Bettencourt, h Front between AValnut and 

Mulbery. 
Alderman & Bettencourt, grocers and com merchants, 32 n Water. 
Alderman, James, timber inspector, office 30 n Water. 
Alderman, A., naval store inspector, h Mulbery bt 2nd and Crd. 
Alderman, Ctco., naval store inspector, h cor Princess and s Water. 

Alderman, G. F., clerk Stokley & Oldham, bds . 

Alexander, I., watches and jewelry, 55 Market, h pame. 
2 



18 GEO. H. KELLEY's 



W. H. LIPPITT, 



WHOLESALE ^n \^D RETAIL 




DBEIilST Al CIEIST, 

AND DEALER IN 

PERFUMERY^ FANCY ARTICLES. 
G^RDEjST seeds, &c. 



PRESCRIPTIONS 

Accurately Coixipouiided, 



N. E. CORNER FRONT & MARKET STS. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



()I5= Medicines can be obtained at any houi' 
in the niglit. Night bell second door from the 



corner, on Front Street. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 19 



Allen, S. D., dry goods, 47 Market, bds Wm. G. Hooper. 
Allen, D. C, of Empie & A., bds cor Orange and 3d. 
Anathan, Simon, of Weil & A., li 2nd above Market. 
Anderson k, Savage, com merchants, 9 s Water. 
Anderson, J., of A. & Savage, h Orange bt Front and 2nd. 
Anderson, E. A., physician, Market bt 2nd and ord, h cor Front 

and Orange. 
Anderson, W. S., of Brown & A., h cor Market and 5th. 
Apel, John M., shoemaker, Murray & Blaney, h ord. 
Arey, Chas. R., salesman, John Dawson, bds Mrs. Holmes. 
Armstrong, H. C, printer. Herald Office, bds cor Chestnut and 9th. 
Armstrong, Wm. Thos., printer. Journal Office, bds cor Chestnut 

and 9th. 
Armstrong, Wm., shoemaker, h cor Chestnut and 9th. 
Arrington, B. F., dentist, 51 Market, h same. 
Aschkinass, A., clerk J. & H. Samson & Co., bds H. Marcus. 

Ashe, W. S., Prest. W. & W. R. R., h . 

Atkinson, Bp. Thos., h Orange bt 5th and 6th. 



B. 



Backus, H. R., clerk L. H. Pierce, h Front. 

Bade, Chas., barkeeper. Pilot House, bds same. 

Bagg, H. A., deputy sheriff, h 4th bt Princess and Chestnut. 

Bailey, John C, of Hart & Bailey, h 2d between Ann and Nunn. 

Baker, G. E., telegraph operator, bds W. H. Fanning. 

Baker, Henry, book keeper 0. G. Parsley & Co., h 2d bt Mul- 
berry and Walnut. 

Baker, John A., attorney at law. Front, opposite Bank Cape Fear, 
h Front. 

Baldwin, 0. S., manufacturer of clothing. Dealer in gent's furnishing 
goods ; Agent Singer's sewing machines, 38 Market, h same. 

Ball, Richard, pattern maker Hart & Bailey, bds Farmers' House. 



20 



GEO. 11. KELLEY 



6. R. FRENCH, 

^ Y/HOLSSALE m RETAIL DEALER IH 

BOdT^, SHOES m LEATHER, 

AND A GENERAL A8SOHT3IENT OF 



No« 11 MARKET STREET, 

f mm R. FERRIS 

S;:;,-,„ ■■"J DEALER IX 



^^ BARTHENWARE, 

CHINA, GLASS AND STONE-WARE: 

— ALSO — 

WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 21 



Bank of Wilmington, Front near Princess. 

Bank, Branch of North Carolina, cor Princess and Front, i 

Bank Cape Fear, Front bt Princess and Market. 

Barcliff, Mrs., boarding house, 36 Market. 

Barker, John, tinner, ^Y. H. Marks & Co., h . 

Barlow, L. N., groceries and lif|uors, 3 granite row, h Market bt 

6th and 7th, 
Barlow, J. L., book keeper, L. N. Barlow, h Mulberry bt 7th and 

8th. 
Barnes, J. J., clerk City Hotel, bds same. 
Barry, M., shoemaker, 45 n Water. 
Barry, James 0., clerk T. C. &B. &. Worth, bds 3d bt Chestnut 

and Mulberry. 
Barry, E. T., ambrotypist, and agent for Parmenter & Campbell's 

sewing machines, 17 J Front, bds Mrs. Maguire. 
Barry, JohnD., discount clerk Commercial Bank, h 3d bt Prin- 
cess and ^Mulberry. 
Baptist Church, cor Orange and Gth, Eev. A. Paul Kepiton, 

pastor. 
Baptist Church, Front bt Ann and Xunn, Rev. J. L. Pritchard, 

pastor. 
Baptist Church, (0. S.) Castle bt 5th and 6th, Pvev. Aaron Davis. 

pastor. 
Baptist Church, (now building) cor 3Iarket and 5th. 

Bate, R., clerk T. C. & B. G. Worth, h . 

Bates, Capt. B. G-., steamer W. W. Harllee, h cor 4th and Walnut. 
Bates, Edward A., book keeper M. Maclnnis, bds cor 4th and 

Walnut. 
Bauman, J. Gr., grocer, 33 n Water, h 5th 
Baxter, B., grocer, corner Dock and AVater, h Princess bt Front 

and 2d. 
Bayne, Robert S., printer. Journal Office, bds A. L. Price. ^ ., 
Beach, A., blacksmith, shop Nutt nr Walnut. 
Bear, Simon, clerk S. B. &. Bro., bds Farmers' House. 



22 GEO. H. kelley's 



HEDRIGK & RTAN, 

No. 29 Market and No. 3 Front Streets, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Dry Croodii, 

SHOES AlCLOTHIi; 

— ALSO — 

Wholesale Agents for the sale of 

AND IMPORTERS OF 

LINEN GOODS. 

J. J. HEDSICK. JAS. II. RYAN. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 23 



Bear, M., clerk P. Neuman, bds same. 

Bear, Henry, salesman S. B. & Co., bds Farmers' House. 

Bear, Jacob, salesman S. B. & Co., bds Farmers' House. 

Bear, Solomon, of S. B. & Bro., h 41 and 42 n Water. 

Bear Samuel, of S. B. & Bro., h 41 and 42 n Water. 

Bear, S. & Bro., grocers, 44 n Water. 

Bear, S. & Bro., clothing, 41 and 42 n Water. 

Beck, John 0., printer Journal Office, bds Mrs. McCaleb. 

Bennett, C. J., shoemaker, bds Washington House. 

Bennett, Samuel E., clerk Express Office, bds City Hotel. 

Benson, James, harness maker James Wilson, bds . 

Berry, Chas., tailor, Heins & Domler, h . 

Berry, Wm. A., physician. Front, opposite Bank Cape Fear, h 

5th bt Market and Dock. 
Bettencourt, Wm. C, h cor 2nd and Chestnut. 
Bettencourt, W. H., of Alderman & B., bds cor 2nd and Chestnut. 
Biddle, Wm. H., constable, h Castle bt 6th and 7th. 
Biggs, Asa, Judge U. S. District Court. 
Bishop, H. M., proprietor Farmers' House. 
Bishop, John, proprietor Pilot House, s Water. 
Bishop, J. F., barkeeper Pilot House, bds same. 
Bishop, Geo. W., harness maker, bds Princess nr 7th. 
Bizzell, A. F., of B. & Co., bds Mrs. McCaleb. 

Bizzell, F. M., of B. & Co., h . 

Bizzell & Co., grocers and com merchants, 29 n Water. 

Blackburn, L. D., ambrotypist, bds Mrs McCaleb. 

Blaney, R. W. B., of Murry & B., h Chestnut. 

Blanks, Wm., assistant book keeper, E. Murray & Co., bds 5th 

between Orange and Ann. 
Blossom, J. R., com merchant and agent for Herring's Fire-prooff 

Safes, 4 Water, h 2nd bt Dock and Orange. 
Bourdeaux, N. F., inspector naval stores, 30 n Water. 
Bowden, L. H., timber inspector, h Princess bt 5th and 6th. 
Bovrden, J. C, naval store inspector, h cor 2nd and Chestnut. 



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Bowden, J. 0., naval store inspector, h 2nd btween Mulbery and 

Walnut. 
Bowden, W. N., salesman H. R. Perrin, bds John C. Bowden. 
Bowen, Geo. M., clerk S. D. Allen, bds Joseph Treat. 
JBoyd, Mrs. E., ^-onfectionery, 2nd bt Market and Dock, h same. 
Bradley, C, of G. & C. B., bds with J. NeflF. 
Bradley, G., of G. & C. B., bds with J. Neflf. 
Bradley, G. & C, boots and shoes, 41 Market. 
Bremer, H. M., saloon 34 n Water, h cor Front and Church. 
Brickhouse, E., machinist. Hart & Bailey, bds cor Church and 2d. 

Britt, D., at Hart & Bailey's, h . 

Brown, T. A., salesman Dawson & McPeak, bds A. A. Brown. 
Brown, Robert W., clerk Henry McLin, bds Brunswick. 
Brown, T. W., of B. & Anderson, h Orange bt 1st and 2nd. 
Brown & Anderson, watches and jewelry, 37 Market. 
Brown, L., boots and shoes, 57 Market, bds Farmers' House. 
Brown, Thos. W., Jr., attorney at law, bds Orange bt Front and 

2d., office Journal building. 
Brown, Asa A., insurance agent, office Wilmington Savings Bank, 

h 3Iarket bt 6th and 7th. 
Brown, R. F., of DeRosset, B. & Co., h cor ^Mulberry and Front. 

Bryan, William, painter J. A. Parker, h . 

Btiie, J. E., of A. A. Hartsfield & Co., bds Princess. 
Bunn, L. F., painter, Princess bt Front and Water. 
Bunting, David E., provision inspector, h cor 3d and Red Cross. 
Bunting, S. R., clerk County Court, h 5th bt Market and Dock. 
Burch, William F., inspector and measurer. Custom House. 

Burgess, John, baker, bds . 

Burkhimer, H., segars and tobacco, 6 Market. 

Burkhimer, W., segar maker H. B., h Princess bt Water and 

Front. 
Bui-nett, S. J., bar keeper, h 3d bt Nunn and Castle. 
Burnett, R. B., saloon and restaurant, 14 and 15 n Water, hsame. 
Burnett, T. B., inspector, Custom House, h . 



GEO. 11. KELLEY S 



WH. K. COVELL, 

Ship Chandler d Grocer, 

No. 4 NORTH WATER STREET, 

J:^A complete assortment of COEDAGE .and YALL BOATS 
always on hand; also, Anchors, Chains, Paints, Oils, &c. 

J. M. McCARTER & CO, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 
iE'-^IKTO-ST uA.3Xri3 SS T -^ 3E=» Xj E3 



J. M. m'carter, 5 



T1@MAS B. eiRfi, M. i., 

SURGEON DENTIST. 

Office Market Street, between 2nd and 3d, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



^^f" Residence '2d, between Oranse and Ann Streets. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. "27 



Burnett, J. W., bar keeper, h 3cl. 

Burr, C. E. & R., proprietors Wilmington Herald, 40| Market. 

Burr, R., of C. E. & R. B., h Market cor Stli. 

Burr, C. E., of C. E. & R. B., h Market cor 8th. 

Burr, J. Gr., teller Bank Cape Fear, h Market cor 7th. 

Burr, Horace, h Dock bt Front and 2d. 

Burtt, S., blacksmith, shop Walnut, h Red Cross bt 3d and 4th. 

Buxbaum, H., clerk W. Jackson, bds H. Marcus. 

Buxbaum, Joseph, clerk S. B. Kahnweiler ct Co., bds H. Marcus. 



C. 



Cantwell, J. L., produce broker and clerk U. S. District Court, 8 

s Water, (up stairs) h cor Market and Gth. 
Carr, T. B., dentist, Market bt 2d and 3d, h 2d bt Orange and 

Ann. 
Carstarphen, P., machinist Hart & Bailey, bds Farmers' House. 
Cash well, D., book keeper Stokley & Oldham, h Market bt 4th 

and 5th. 
Cason, Edward F., salesman Greo. H. Kellej, bds same. 
Cassidey, James, ship yard and marine railway, s Water, h same. 
Cawley, Wm., clerk S. B. Kahnweiler & Co., bds G. Prigge. 
Cazaux, A. D., commission merchant and agent for Smithes line 

New York packets, 21J Water, h 2d bt Ann and Nunn. 

Chadbourn, Geo., of J. H."'c. & Co. h . 

Chadbourn, James H., of J. PI. C. & Co., h Orange bt 3d and 4th. 
Chadbourn, James H. & Co., commission merchants and proprie- 
tors Clarendon Steam Saw Mill, IT n Water. 
Chambers, T. W. , printer Herald Office, h Princess bt 8th and 9th. 
Chambers, J. 0., printer Herald Office, h Prince.ss bt 8th and 9th. 

Chandler, , marble cutter, bds John Plunkett. 

Chatterton, Thos. M., book keeper J. M. Clark, bds Mrs. McCaleb. 



28 



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JAS. L. HATHAWAY, 



W^r. R. UTLET. 



HATHAWAY & CO. 




Molasses and Sugar, 

comiissiyiMfiiifiiiiTS, 




^^"We keep constantly on hand a large stock of all kinds of 
Groceries, wbicli we sell exclusively at Wholesale. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 29 



Cherry, Francis, tailor 0. S. Baldwin, bds Washington House. 
City Hall, cor Princess and 3d. 

City Hotel, Cutts & Evans, proprietors, cor Market and 2d. 
Clark, R. B., blacksmith, bds 5th bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Clark, William, carriage maker, h Chestnut bt 4th and 5th. 

Clark, N., timber inspector, h . 

Clark, JohnM., commission merchant, Hall's wharf, h Dock bt 

2d and 3d. 
Collins, James W., book keeper J. & D. McRae & Co., h 6th bt 

Nunn and Chmx-h. 
Colville, T. L., foreman Hart & Bailey's machine shop, h cor 9tli 

and Chestnut. 
Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 23 Mai-ket. 
Comron, R. E., clerk Gwyer, Peacock & Co., bds Mrs. McCaleb. 
Conoly, John J., U. States deputy marshal, h Market bt 4th 

and 5th. 
Cook, E., salesman George R. French, bds same. 
Cookman, Wm. , gunsmith W^. H. Marks & Co., h cor 7th and Dock. 
Copes, Jacob, clerk R. Robinson, bds same. 
Cornehlsen, C, of Sharpsteen & C, h 4th bt Market and Princess. 
Cornehlsen, J. H. N., bar keeper Sharpsteen & C, bds Pilot House. 
Costiu, A. J. , book keeper J. C. Smith & Co. , bds cor 5th and Dock. 
Costin, Miles, of J. C. Smith & Co., h cor. 5th and Dock. 
County Jail, Princess bt 3d and 4th. 
Covell, W. K., ship chandler and grocer, 4 n Water, bds W. G-. 

Hooper. 
CoveU, J. W., book-keeper W. K. C, bds W. G. Hooper. 

Cowan, R. H., com merchant, cor Market and Water, h . 

Cowan, D. S., sec'y and treasurer W., C. & R. R. R., cor Market 

and Water, h 

Cowan, Thomas, at J. F. McRee, Jr., bds cor 4th and Chestnut. 
Craft, Thos. C, grocer, 48 Market, h Princess, bt 8th and 9th. 
Craig, J. G., locksmith W. H. Marks & Co., h I^IcRae between 

Mulbery & Walnut. 



30 



GEO. H. KELLEY .S 



L. C. TURNER 



MANUFACTURER OF 




DEALER IN 



STOVES AND GRATES, 

AVHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 
CORNER FRONT AND PRINCESS STREETS, 



Always on hand, and put up at short notice, Roofing Tin, Light- 
ning Rods, Pumps and Pipes. Attention paid to repairing Guns, 
Locks, Lamps, &c., &c. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 31 



Craig, John B. , clerk W. H. Marks & Co. , h Princess bt 4th and 5th. 
Cronly, M., auctioneer 1). Pigott, h 3d bt Orange and Ann. 
Crowl, L., ambrotype gallery, Front nr Market, h cor Ann and 2nd. 
Cumming, Wm. A., bookkeeper W. H. McRary & Co., h 4th 

nr Princess. 
Cumming, James D., bookkeeper J. H. Chadbourn & Co., h 5th 

bt Princess and Mulbery. 
Currie, John K., livery stable, '2nd bt Market and Princess, h 

Market cor 9th. 
Curtis, B. F., clerk J. H. Neft", bds Pilot House. 
Custom House, n "Water. 

Cutlar, F. J., physician, cor Princess and 2nd, h cor 2d & "Walnut. 
Cutlar, DuBrutz, attorney at Law, Princess bt 2ud and 3d, bds 

cor 2nd and "Walnut. 
Cutts & Evans, proprietors City Hotel, cor Market and 2nd. 
Cutts, A. H., of C. & Evans, h City Hotel. 

Daniel, N. G., clerk T. C. & B. G. "Worth, h 5th bt Orange and 

Ann. 

Davis, Rev. Aaron, h . 

Davis, H., with Geo. Davis, bds 2 . 

Davis, G-ec, attorney at law, office Bank of "W'ihnington, up stairs, 

h2nd. 
Davis, Geo. "W., British Vice Consul, cor Princess and Front. 
Davis, W. W., physician. Front nr Market, bds R. H. Howard. 
Davis, James G., clerk, T. C. & B. G. Worth, bds 5th bt Dock 

and Market. • 
Dawson, John, dry goods and mayor of city, and Prest. Branch 

Bank of N. C, 21 and 23 Market, h cor Market and 5th. 
Dawson & McPeake, dry goods, cor Market and Front. 
Dawson, James, of D. & McPeake, h 3rd bt Chestnut and Mulbery. 
Deinstback, "W., saloon, Toomer's al., h same. 



32 GEO. H. kelley's 



E. MRRAY & CO., 

Wholesale Grocers, 



9 



Nos. 27 and 28 NORTH WATER STREET, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



m. I PERUVIAN Gulm swa/imnd guano. 

SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME, 

tf f f tl itttlit % itti. 

Also, on hand all articles used in the Turpentine business; 

HOOP IROISr, 

GLtfEj TRtISS HOOPSj 
TURPEMTINE AND COOPERS' TOOLS, 

RIVETS, STRAINER CLOTH, &c., &c. 

E. MURRAY, D. K. :iURCHISON, J. T. MURRAY. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 33 



DeNeale, Win. H., Jr., confectioner, bcis 40 Market. 
DeNeale, Wm. H., Confectionery, 40 Market, k same. 
DeKosset, Brown & Co., com merckants, agents for Stearns 

& Marvin's Safes, and Insurance Ag'ts., 6 n Water. 
DeKosset, W. L., of DeRosset, Brown & Co., bcls A. J. 

DeRosset. 
DeRosset, A. J., of DeRosset, Brown & Co., k cor 2nd and 

Dock. 
Dexter, M. R., book-keeper G. C. & W. J. Munro, bds 

W. a. Hooper. 
Dickson, Daniel, post master, k cor Princess and 2nd. 
Dickson^ Jas. H., pkysician, 49 Market, kTront, bt Ckest- 

nut and Mulbery. 
Disbrow, N., skoemaker, Murray & Blaney, bds Washing- 
ton House. 
Dix, John W. K., of J. & D. MacRae & Co., h 3d, bt 
Dickinson, P. K., k cor Front and Chestnut. 
Dixey, J., karbour master. 

Dock and Orange. 
Domler, H., of Heins & D., k 2nd, bt Nun & Church. 
Drane, Rev. R. B., h Market, bt 3rd and 4th. 
Dudley, E. B., ice dealer, bds cor Front and Nunn. 
Dudley, C. H,, com merchant and lumber dealer, 18 

Water, h cor Front and Nunn. 
Dyer, John, tailor, 0. S. Baldwin, h Market nr 10th. 

E. 

Eckel, H., grocer, cor Front and Dock, h same. 
Edling, H., barber skop, Front nr Market, bds Washing- 
ton House. 
Eigenbruner, D,, of Goodman & E., h 37 n Water. 
3 



34 GEO. H. kelley'; 



OLIVER KELLEY, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



mmmm m forwarding 

MERCHANT, 

Keeps constantly on hand 

SUGAR, COFFEE, 

OA-3STDLES, SOA.P, 

lit til, Miiil» f lil» 

And every thing in the Grocery line, at 

No. 26 NORTH WATER STREET, 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 35 



Egbert, Miss CM., milliner, Front, n Bank Cape Fear, bda 

Dock. 
Eilers, H. B., grocer and com merchant, cor Water and 

Market, h cor 5th and Orange. 
Ellis & Mitchell, hay and grain dealers, 9 n Water. 
Ellis, Z., hook-keeper Ellis & Mitchell, hds C. D. Ellis. 
Ellis, C. D., of E. & Mitchell, h Nun cor 2nd. 
Ellis, A., of Morse & E., h 2nd ht Orange and Ann. 
Elton, John, shoemaker, Murray & Blaney, hds Toomer's 

alley. 
Empie & Allen, attorney's at law. Front, one door s Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Empie, Adam, of E. & Allen, h Front bt Ann and Nun. 
Episcopal Church, (St. James,) cor Market and 3rd, Rev. 

R. B. Drane pastor. 
Episcopal Church, (St. Paul's,) cor 4th and Orange, Bp. 

Thos. Atkinson pastor. 
Episcopal Church, (St. John's,) cor 3d and Red Cross, 

Rev. pastor. 

Eramhert, Louis B., druggist. Market, h 9 th bt Chestnut 

and Mulberry. 
Evans, Thos., book-keeper Adams, Brothers & Co., bds 

Mrs. Backus. 
Evans, H. C, salesman Geo. R. French, bds same. 
Evans, J. J., of Cutts & E., h City Hotel. , 

Everett, John A., clerk Grant & Harrell, bds J. Grant.- 

Fanning, P. W., painter, Front nr Orange, h. same. 

Fanning, W. H., telegraph operator, h Dock. 

Farmers' House,H.M.Bishop proprietor, Nutt nr Mulberry. 



36 



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AYILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 3t 



Felt, P., carriage maker, cor Princess and 3J, h 8tli cor 

Kankin. 
Fergus, W. C, clerk Rankin & Martin, h Orange bt 2d 

and 3d. 
Fillyaw, 0. L., cabinet furniture, h cor 4th and Bladen. 

Fitzgerald, M., clerk T. 0. & B. G. Worth, h . 

Flanner, W. B. & Co., commission merchants, 18 n Water. 
Flanner, J. H., commission merchant, w side n Water, 

bds cor Chestnut and 2d. 
Flanner, W. B., of Wm. B. F. & Co., h Princess bt 6tli 

and 7th. 
Flanner, A. J., clerk J. H. Flanner. 
Flanner, Chas., clerk W. W. Peirce, bds Front. 
Fleisher, Simon, clerk David Aaron, bds same. 
Foyles & Galloway, grocers and commission merchants, 

30 n Water. 
Foyles, D. M., of F. & Galloway, weigher and guager, 

Custom House, h cor Dock and 7th. 
Francis, M., shoe maker, Nutt nr Walnut, h same. 
Freeman, W. E., physician. Front nr Mulberry, h same. 
Freeman, J. H., dentist, Front nr Market, h 5th. 
Fremont, S. L., chief engineer and superintendent W. & 

W. R. R., h Red Cross bt 2d and 3d. 
French, G. R., boots and shoes, 11 Market, h cor Dock d; 4th. 
French, Chas. B., book keeper Geo. R. F., bds same. 
French, Wm. A., salesman Geo. R. F., h cor Dock and 4tli. 
Fulton, Mrs. C. A., h 4th bt Princess and Chestnut. 
Fulton & Price, proprietors Wilmington Journal. 
Fulton, James, of F. & P., bds Mrs. C. A. Fulton. 
Fur bush, E. D., butcher, bds cor Dock and Front. 
Furlong, W., at John E. Lippitt's, h Dock, bt 2d and 3d. 



38 



GEO. II. KELLEYS 



W. H. MARES & CO., 



Successors to L. A. HART, 










>- 
^ 
O 



02 



HARDWARE, 



~E^ ^IS] 



LANTERNS, PUMPS, 

BURISriNG FLUID, 
TIN & SHEET IRON WARE, 



No. 19 FRONT STREET, 
^viLraimcTonr, n. c. 

W. n. MAKKS, 




WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 39 



G. 

Gadsby, Miss F., assistant milliner Kalinweiler & Bros., 
bds . 

Galloway, Charles M., of Foyles & G-., bds Nunn, bt 
Front and 2d. 

Ganzer, C. H., clerk, J. G. Bauman, bds same. 

Gardner, Thomas M., discount clerk Bank of Wilming- 
ton, h 4th bt Chestnut and Mulberry. 

Gardner, J. D., sr., assistant teller Bank Cape Fear, h Mul- 
berry, bt 4th and 5th. 

Garrason, A., machinist Hart & Bailey, bds Farmers' 
House. 

Gause^ S. P., commission merchant, 19 s Water, h Orange 
bt 4th>nd 5 th. 

Gilbert, D. J., saloon and restaurant, 40 n Water, h cor 
Princess and 9th. 

Goodman, S. & Co., clothing, 43 n Water. 

Goodman & Eigenbruner, clothing and dry goods, 37 n 
Water. 

Grady, B. F., bds City Hotel. 

Graham H., commission merchant, n Water, h Princess 
bt 4th and 5th. 

Granger, E., coppersmith Hart & Bailey, bds John War- 
ren. 

Grant, R. H., livery stable, cor. 3d and Princess, h ,] 

Grant, B. H., at R. H. Grant's, h 5th. 

Grant & Harrell^ grocers and dry goods, 50 and 52 Market. 

Grant, James, of G. & Harrell, h Market, bt Tth and 8th. 

Greene, Zeno H., grocer and commission merchant, 7 Mar- 
ket, bds J. C. Bowden. 



40 GEO. II. kelley's 



DAVID AARON, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



READY MADE CLOTHING, 

OIL CLOTHS, CARPETING, &c., &c.. 
No. 25 Market Street, 

WII.M1HGTOH, M. C. 
C. C. MORSE, 

Wholesale ciud Retail 



W 
59 MABKiET STREET, 

^W^ILMIlSrGTON, ]sr. c. 

A fresh and complete assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES on 
hand, and constantly arriving. Call and examine. 

J. & D. MacRAE & Co., 

General Commission and Shipping 
I^/X E3 n. O E3[ .A. 3Nr T S , 

31 nXToi^tla. "W^tor Stroot, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

JOHN MACR.^E, DONALD MACRAE, JOHN W. K. DIX. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 41 



Green, James S., sec'y. and treas. W. & W. E. R., h . 

Greenburg, R., clerk M. NewhofF, bds same. 

Green, Jas. G., yard master W. & W. R. R., li cor 2d and 
Niinn. 

Greer, Jolin, tinner L. C. Turner, l)ds2dbt Market & Dock. 

Greer, David J., carbon oil and lamps, 46 Market, h 2d 
bt Market and Dock. 

Groves, Henry W., timber inspector, h . 

Gwyer, Peacock & Co., grocers and commission mer- 
chants, n "Water. 

Gwyer, Wm. A., of G., Peacock & Co., li . 

H. 

Hagerty^, James, clerk Harriss & Howell, bds cor 5tli 

and Orange. 
Haynes, F. W., clerk L. H. Pierce, bds cor Cliurcb and 2nd. 
Hall, Eli W., attorney at law. Front bt Chestnut and 

Princess, li same. 
Hall, Wm. H., physician. Front bt Market and Princess, 

h same. 
Hall, E. D., county sheriflP, h cor 3d and Chestnut. 
Hall, Samuel L._, clerk A. E. Hall, bds same. 
Hall, A. E., com merchant, 10 n Water, h cor Gth and Orange. 
Hallett, B. A., clerk T. C. & B. G. Worth, bds A. J. 

Galloway. 
Hallett, Capt. B. F., bds W. G. Hooper. 
Hanly, James H., harness maker, bds Mrs. Lewis. 
Hanover, S. W., clerk David Aaron, bds same. 
Hanson, Henry, grocer, Nut nr Red Cross, h same. 
Hansley, E., grocer and com merchant, 37 n Water, li 

7th cor Walnut. 



42 



GEO. H. KELLEY S 



WILKINSON $c CO., 

32 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C, 

THE PLACE EVERY-BODY BUYS 

CONFECTIONERY, 

Nuts, Tobacco, Segars, and Produce 
of all kinds. 



a. W. WILKINSON & CO. 
89 Barclay St., New York. 




DAVID J. GREER, AGENT, 

DEALER IN 

CARBON OIL AND LAMPS, 

No. 46 Market Street, 

Keeps constantly on hand a good supply of the 
best quality 

Kerosene and Carbon OILS, 

Together with a general assortment of LAMPS, 
BURNERS, CHIMNEYS, WICKS, SHADES, 

&c. Also, 

The best labor saving article ever discovered. This Soap is war- 
ranted to wash in hard, soft, or salt water, without any boiling, and 
■without the least possible injury to the most delicate fabric. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 43 



Harrell, E. J., of Grant & H., bds James Grant, 
Harriss, Wm. M., com merchant, 18 s Water, li Market 

bt lOth and 11th. 
Harriss, Geo., of H. & Howell, bds Dock, cor 2nd. 
Harriss, W. W., of H. & Howell, h 2nd bt Chestnut and 

Princess. 
Harriss & Howell, com merchants, n Water. 
Hardy, W. H., tailor 0. S. Baldwin, h Front. 
Hardin, T. H., discount clerk Bank Cape Fear, bds cor 

3d and Mulbery. 
Hardwick, J. M., grocer, 18 Front, h Princess bt Stli and 

9th. 
Hart, L. A., of H. & Bailey, h 3d bt Dock and Orange. 
Hartsfield, A. A. & Co., grocers, 15 Market. 
Hartsfield, A. A., of A. A. H. & Co., h cor Market and 

7th. 
Hartsfield, Wm., coj^persmith Hart & Bailey, h cor 4th 

and Nunn. 
Hashagen, H. G., grocer, cor 4th and Walnut, h same. 
Hathaway, James L., of H. & Co., h 5th bt Dock and 

Orange. 
Hathaway & Co., importers molasses and sugars, and com 

merchants, 2 and 3 n Water. 
Hawes, C. W., clerk J. T. Petteway & Co., bds Mrs. Red-' 

ding. 
Hawkins, Isaac W., deputy sheriff, h cor Queen and 5th, 
Hays, Wm. M., printer Journal Office, h Brunswick nr 4th. 
Hedrick & Ryan, dry goods, 29 Market and 3 Front. 
Hedrick, J. J., of H. & Ryan^ h cor Princess and 9th. 
Heins & Domler, merchant tailors and gent's furnishing 

goods, 1 Granite Row, Front. 



44 



GEO. II. KELLEY S 



NORTH CAROLliA SADDLE WAREHOUSE. 




JAMES WILSON, 

No. 5 Market Street, near the Wharf, 

?IANUFACTUPvER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES. COLLARS, 

"Wliips and Trniiks, .P^ 

AND DEALER IN 

IE. MIS. sio m mil iimii m n. 

Coach Trimmings and Saddlery Hardware. 



J^" Always on exhibition, the lara-est assortment to be found in 
'the State, of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS, 
WHIPS and TRUNKS ; 200 different styles of TRUNKS, CAR- 
PET BAGS and VALISES; 100 different styles of RIDING 
SADDLES; 40 different styles of HARNESS. 

Having a force of first class workmen, I am constantly manufac- 
turing goods of the above description, which I offer Wholesale or 
Retail at low prices and on accommodating terms to prompt 
customers. 

Harness, Saddles and Trunks manufactui'ed to order and re- 
paired with neatness and despatch. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 45 



Heins, J. F., of H. & Domler, bds Washington House. 

Heinsberger, P., book binder, Journal Building, bds Pilot 
House. 

Henderson, Jolm M., naval store inspector,, bds Mrs. Bow- 
den. 

Henning, Robert, book keeper Hathaway & Co., bds 
Mrs. Backus. 

Hense, M., tailor 0. >S. Baldwin, bds Princess. 

Heron^ Wm., book keeper Hedrick & Ryan, bds Dock bt 
6th and 7th. 

Hewitt, John, shoemaker, bds Mrs. Farrow. 

Heyer, J. C. & Co., grocers, 38 and 39 n Water. 

Higbee, J. S., commission merchant, Washington House 
h same. Front. 

Highsmith, Wm., blacksmith, h cor 12th and Princess. 

Hill, Wm. P., physician, office and residence over W. 
Meares' drug store. Market. 

Hill, F. J., h cor Mulberry and 5th. 

Hilzinger, John, cutter 0. S. Baldwin, h Princess bt Front 
and Water. 

Hinton, Miss K, A., millinery, 3 Front, bds Mrs. Howard. 

Hockaday, James, Tinner W. H. Marks & Co., bds Far- 
mers' House. 

Holland, Gr. W., salesman J. M. Robinson & Son, bds J. 
M. Robinson. 

Holmes, John L., attorney at law, next to Bank Cape 
Fear, h cor Chestnut and 4th. 

Holmes, H. L., attorney at law, Journal building, h same, 

Holthusen, A., clerk A. Mongers, bds same. 

Hooper, George, clerk Hathaway & Co., h . 

Hooper, Wm. G., physician, Market bt 2d and 3d. 



46 GEO. H. kelley's 



J. T. PETTEWAY. ROGER MOORE. 

M. I PlTTira 4 It 

FACTORS 

Commission Merchants, 

No. 8 NORTH WATER STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. G. 



Prompt personal attention given to the sale of 

COTTON. MIL STORES I OTHER PRODUCE. 

We keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of 



CLUE, SPIRIT CASKS, 



Orders for all goods in our line filled at lowest 
market rates, and forwarded with despatch. 

JAS. T. PETTEWAY & Go. 



TNTLLMINGTON DIEECTORT. 47 



Hooper S., carriage maker, cor Market. 

Houston, Kobert, clerk J. H. Flanner, bds Geo. Houston. 

Houston, George, book keeper D. A. Lament, h. cor 4tli 

and Chestnut. 
Howard, W. C, auctioneer and naval store broker, 5^ s 

Water, h. cor 3d nr Mulberry. 
Howard, E. J., boarding house, 45 Market, 
Howell, A. J.;, of Harriss & H., bds cor 5th and Orange. 
Huggins, L. B. & Sons, grocers, cor Market and 2d. 
Huggins, Geo. W., clerk L. B. H. & Sons, bds same. 
Huggins, Wm. T., of L. B. H. & Sons, h 4th bt Market 

and Dock. 
Huggins, James B., of L. B. H. & Sons, bds L. B. H. 
Huggins, L. B., of L. B. H. & Sons, h McRae bt Mulberry 

and Walnut. 
Hutchins, L. L., exchange office, Front bt Market and 

Dock, bds W. G. Hooper. 
Hutner, Henry, watch maker, bds Mrs. McCaleb. 
Hyde, Wm., cashier Wilmington Savings Bank, h cor 

Dock and 7th. 

I. 

Ivey, S. P., sash and blind maker, h Front bt Chestnut 
and Walnut. 

J. 

Jackson, W., clothing, 10 Market, h same. 
Jacobs, B. J., salesman W. L. J., h Princess nr 4th. 
Jacobs, Wm. L., saddles and harness, 29 Market, h cor 
4th and Princess. 



48 



GEO. II. KELLEYS 




WILMINGTON 

MERCHANT TAILORING 



AND 



Clothing Store, 

Front Street, No. 1 Granite Row : 

HEINS&DOMLER, 

Keep always on hand a well selected stock of 

FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH MD AMERICAN 
CLOTHS, 

CASSIMERES, 

and TESTINGS; 

Also, a handsome stock of 

Ready-Made Olothingj 

Expressly made for their firm and to suit the market. The finest 
as well as the largest stock of 

H O S I E3 H. "S- , 

Which they will sell low for Cash, and one imcc only. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 49 



Jacobs, Joseph L. , assistant post master, bds Princess bt 4th and 5th. 
James, J. T. , reporter Wihnington Herald, bds cor Chestnut and 7th. 
James, T. C, clerk Smith & McLauriu, bds cor Chestnut and 7th. 
James, John S., naval store inspector, h cor Chestnut and 7th. 

Jarrcll, Jacob, laborer Hart & Bailey, h . 

Jennings, Samuel B., of Gwyer, Peacock & Co., h . 

Jewett, Stephen, cashier Bank of Wilmington, h 4th bt Mulberry 

and Walnut. 
Jeffers, T., machinist W. & M. B. B., bds Farmers' House. 
Johnson, T. H., butcher, 28 Front, h Dock. 
Johnson, J. W., butcher, bds Dock bt 7th and 8th. 

Johnson, R. C, naval store inspector, h . 

Johnson, Geo. L., salesman John Dawson, bds Mrs. Holmes. 
Johnston, E. N., salesman L. N. Barlow, bds T H, Johnson. 
Jones, B. J., clerk C. C. Morse, h Market bt 8th and 9th. 
Jordan, W. H., harness maker, bds Princess. 
Judge, John, clerk J. B. Blossom, h 5th bt Orange and Ann. 
Justus, H., moulder Hart & Bailey, bds 6th. 



K, 



Kahnweiler, S, B. & Co., millinery, dry goods and clothing, s w 

corner Market and Front. 
Kahnweiler & Bros., millinery, dry goods and clothing. Market, 

adjoining the Exchange Corner. 
Kahnweiler, David, of K. & Bros., bds City Hotel. 
Kahnweiler, Daniel, of K. & Bros., bds City Hotel, 
Kahnweiler, Jacob, of K. & Bros., bds City Hotel, 
Katz, Morris M., of S. B. Kahnweiler & Co., bds City Hotel. 
Kea, James E., dentist, cor Market and 2d, bds 4th nr Orange. 
Keegan, William, bar keeper J. Malarky, bds same. 
Keen, J. T., salesman J. S. Williams, bds cor 5th and Princess. 
4 



50 



GEO. H. KELLEYS 



D. PIGOTT, 

BEOKER, AUCTIONEER, 

— AND— 

^enEif-cd ^oninLLA/jLan jlLe^i^clicuitj 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 




lilt isTATE, mmm, 

BA^INTK STOCK, 

RAIL ROAD STOCK AKD SECURITIES, 

And every description of Property bought and sold 
on Commission, either at private or public sale. 



CONSIGNMENTS OF PROBUGE RESPECTrULLY SOLICITED 
"Refers to the public generally. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 51 



Keith, E. A., com merchant, 7 s Water, h Front bt Market and 

Princess. 
Kelley, J., carpenter, h Chestnut bt 8th and 9th. 
Kelley, George H. , books, stationery, pianos, music, and agent for 

Lillie's fire-proof safes, and Grover & Baker's sewing machines, 

27 Market, h 3d. 
Kelley, 0., grocer and com merchant, 26 n "Water, h cor 7th and 

Walnut. 
Kennedy, R., shoemaker, bds Washington House. 

Ketchum, David W., clerk John M. Clark, bds . 

Keiser, Jacob, shoemaker G. & C. Bradley, bds Mechanics' Hotel. 

Kidder, E., of K. & Martin, h 3d cor Dock. 

Kidder & Martin, com merchants and dealers in lumber, 6 s Water, 

(up stairs.) 

King, William, tailor Heins & Domler, h . 

King, J., butcher, bds. J. J. King. 
King, J. J., butcher, 26 Front, h 2d. 

King, Charles H"., bookkeeper C. H. Robinson & Co., bds . 

Koch, J., grocer, cor Front and Ann, bds same. 
Koch, R., coppersmith Hart & Bailey, bds H. Marcus. 
Knohl, Wm., watch maker, h 5th bt Market and Princess. 
Kordlander, H., bottling house, cor Front and Castle, h same. 



Lain, R. M., grocer, 2nd bt Market and Princess, h cor 5th and 

Queen. 
Lament, D. A., com merchant, 20 n Water, h 3d bt Red CrOSS 

and Walnut. < 
Langdon, P. H., auditor and supt's clerk W. & W..R. R., h cor 

4th and Market. 
Larking, Wm., book keeper Bank of Wilmington, h Dock bt 5tli 

and 6th. 



52 GEO. H. KELIiEY's 



Steamboat Company. 

steamer NORTH CAROLINA, Captain BARBER, 
Steamer FANNY LUTTERLOH, Captain ELDER, 

Run regularly between this place and Fayetteville for freight and 
passengers. A Steamer leaves Wilmington every Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday, Friday and Saturday at noon. Retui-ning leaves Fayette- 
ville every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning. 

M!^ No efforts will be spared to give satisfaction to the patrons 
of this line. 

E. MURRAY & Co., 

Agents at Wilmington. 

GEO« W. WILLIAMS & Co., 

Agents at FayetteviUe. 

H. KORDLANDER, 

PORTER, ALE AND LAGER BEER, 

ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF 

LEMON SODA, SARMRILLA, Gl'S POP. &C. 



^®" Agent for the sale of 

Philadelphia Ale and Lager Beer, 

At Wholesale. All cash orders from the country punctually 
attended to. 

Corner Front and Castle Sts., WILMINGTON, N.|C. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY, 53 



Latta, J. C, book keeper E. A. Keith, h 6th bt Mulberry and Red 

Cross. 
Latta, J. E., book keeper Herald Office, bds 7th nv Walnut. 
Lattimer, Z., h cor 3d and Orange. 

Lawrence, E. Z., book keeper J. R. Blossom, bds Mrs. R. Price. 
Lawrence, T. E., butcher, cor Market and 2d, h cor 5th and 

Mulberry. 

Lawson, A. W., tinner W. H. Marks & Co., bds . 

Lawton, M. & J., cabinet makers. Front bt Princess and Chestnut, 

h same. 
Lawton, J. of M. & J. L., h Front bt Princess and Chestnut. 
Lawton, M., of M. J. & L., h Front bt Princess and Chestnut. 
Lawton, B. J., clerk W. K. Covell, bds 7th bt Princess and Mul- 
berry. 
Lemon, "Wm., steward L. Montague, bds same. 
Leslie, J. J., shoemaker, h cor 9th and Chestnut. 
Lessman, A., bakery, 2d bt Market and Dock, h same. 
Letgin, Henry, grocer, cor Market and 7th, h same. 
Levy, Abraham, clerk S. B. Kahnweiler & Co., bds H. Marcus. 
Lewis, W. M., tinner L. C. Turner, bds 4th bt Hanover and 

Brunswick. 

Lewis, John H., clerk W. H. Lippitt, bds . 

Lewis, T. C, assistant book keeper Hathaway & Co., bds Mrs. 

McCaleb. 

Ling, Joseph J., treasurer W. & M. K. R., h . 

Lippitt, J., clerk J. T. Petteway & Co., bds Mrs. Lippitt. 
Lippitt, Joseph J., com merchant, 23J n Water, h Chestnut bt 3d 

and 4th. 
Lippitt, A. D., clerk J. M. McCarter & Co., bds 2d bt Orange 

and Dock. 
Lippitt, Thos. B., book keeper J. J. L., bds same. 
Lippitt, W. H., druggist, N. E. cor Front and Market, h 2d bt 

Dock and Orange. 
Lippitt, James W., clerk W. H. Lippitt, bds same. 



S4 GEO. H. KELLET's 



W. G. HOWARD, 

NAVAL STORE BROKER, 

AUCTIONEER, 

GEORGE P. ROGERS & GO.'S GLUE, 

Office on South Water Street, " Old Stand." 

Having received the appointment of Auctioneer, respectfully 
ofifers his services for the purchase and sale of 

REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, NEGROES, 

— AND — 

GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. 

Special attention will be given to the 

NAVAL STORE BUSINESS 

AS HERETOFORE. 



I^:E:F'EI^E2s^CES : 

0. Gr. Parsley, Esq. , Pres't Commercial Bank of Wilmington, N, 0. 

John Dawson, Esq., Pres't Branch Bank of N. C, " " 

Messrs. Kidder & Martin, " " 

Messrs. E. Murray & Co., 

T. C. Mcllhenny, Esq., 

Messrs. Dollner, Potter & Co., | >t ^ . 

Messrs. Watson & Meares, ^ "^^^ ^°^^- 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 55 



Lippitt, J. E., ice house, 2(3 and 28 Front, h Orange bt4th and 5th. 

Loeb, Jacob, of L. & Swarzman, h Front, bt Dock and Orange. 

Loeb & Swarzman, dealers in groceries, wood, coal, segars and li- 
quors, cor Chestnut and n "Water. 

Loeb, Charles, clerk Kahnweiler & Bros., bds Pilot House. 

Loeb, A., clerk Kahnweiler & Bros., bds H. Marcus. 

Lofthus, A. L., blacksmith Hart & Bailey, bds cor 2d and Church. 

London, M., attorney at law. Front opp Bank Cape Fear, h cor 
Chestnut and 3d. 

London, Rufus, clerk DeRosset, Brown & Co., bds A. J. DeRosset. 

Long, Rev. John S., h cor Walnut and 2d. 

Lord, F. J., Spanish consul, office 6 n "Water. 

Lorrimer, P., tailor Heins & Domler, bds J. Malarkey. 

Love, R. S., clerk Alderman & Betteneourt, bds Red Cross bt 2d 
and 3d. 

Love, J. D., salesman 0. L. Fillyaw, h cor 6th and Bladen. 

Love, Thomas L., clerk Anderson & Savage, bds corner Front and 
Mulberry. 

Lowery, Charles, pattern maker Hart & Bailey, bds . 

Lowry, R. W., livery stable, cor 2d and Princess, bds "Washing- 
ton House. 

Lucas, E. T., tinner "W. H. Marks & Co., h . 

Lucas, Miss A. F., proprietress "V\^ashington House, Front bt Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Lutheran Church, (now building,) cor Market and Gth, Rev. J. H, 
Mengert pa.stor. 

Lyon, Jacob, dry goods and clothing, cor Market and n "Water, h 



cor 



4th and Market. 



M. 

McCaleb, Mrs. M. S., proprietress Rock Spring Hotel, Chestnut bt 
Front and "\A''ater. 



56 GEO. H. kelley's 



E. HANSLEY, 

COUISSION lERCHANT, 

AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

OLD IMPORTEI BRANllIES, WINES, GINS, U., 

iR¥ GOiBS, GPJSEBiES, SHOES, &G., 

No. 37 NORTH WATER STREET, 

AYILMINGTON, N. C. 



Dr. A. & J. SMALL, 
OPERATIVE and MECHANICAL 

OFFICE ON PRINCESS STREET, 

FIRST FLOOR OF THE JOURNAL BUILDING, 

wttMiiews, 1. c. 

C. H. EOBINSON & CO. 

comissioN m forwardmg 

MERCHANTS, 

W[]L[l^[][F!fl(gT@[M, Mo (g. 

Agents for the sale of Dr. H. H. Robinson's Bricks. 
Prompt personal attention given to consignments for sale or shipment. 
C. H. ROBINSON, H. H. ROBINSON. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 57 



McCallum, James I., at John Dawson's, h cor 4th and Orange. 

McCarter, J. M. & Co., dry goods, 43 Market. 

McCarter, J. M., of J. M. McC. & Co., bds City Hotel. 

Mcllhenny, 0., sup't Gas Works, bds A. J. Galloway. 

Mclntyre, R. M., clerk Hedrick &Ryan, bds cor Chestnut and 3d. 

McKeithan, Henry H., clerk, bds T. J. Williams. 

McKoy, T. H. & Co., grocers and com merchants, 8 s Water. 

McKoy, T. H., of T. H. McK. & Co., bds W. N.Teden. 

McLaurin, John, of Smith & McL., h Dock. 

McLaui-in, H. W., book keeper E. Murray <fe Co., bds 3dbt Orange 

and Ann. 
McLam-in, Joseph, book keeper Bank Cape Fear, h Market bt 8th 

and 9th. 
McLeod, W. H., tinner W. H. Marks & Co., bds Mechanics' Hotel. 
McLin, Henry, druggist, n w cor Front and Market, bds Pilot 

House. 
McPeake, J. D., of Dawson & McP., bds Mrs. Marks. 
McPherson, E., com merchant, 6 s Water, h 7th bt Princess and 

Mulberry. 
McQueen, Rev. M., bds Mrs. R. Price. 
McRae, Alex., Jr., book keeper John Dawson, h Nun bt Front 

and 2d. 
McRae, R. B.', general ticket agent W. & M. R. R., bds Alex. 

McRae, Jr. 

McRae, John C, civil engineer, office Bank Cape Fear, bds . 

McRae, John J., teller Commercial Bank, bds Mrs. Marks. 
McRee, J. F., Jr., physician, cor Chestnut and Front, h same. 
McRary, W. H. & Co., com merchants, cor Princess and n Water. 

McRary, W. H., of W. H. Mcl^. & Co., bds . 

Maclean, A., hardware, 19 Market, bds City Hotel. 

Macomber, Jas., agent Adams Express Co., h cor Market and 8th. 

3Iacomber, Capt. R. S., h cor Chestnut and 13th. 

Maclnnis, M., grocer and com merchant, 16 n Water, h Walnut 

bt 4th and 5th. 



58 GEO. H. kelley's 




I 




3 

Practical Pharmaceutist, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FRESH AND 
RELIABLE STOCK OF 

DHUGS, MSDICISf IS, 

EUROPEAN AND DOMESTIC CHEMICALS ; PERFUMERY ; 
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES ; TRUSSES ; 
SUPPORTERS ; DENTAL AND SUR- 
GICAL INSTRUMENTS ; 
MEDICINE CHESTS, 
&c., &c., &c. 
.^^Orders for select Medicines solicited and promptly filled. 
.^^"Particular attention paid to Prescriptions, Family Recipes, 
Ship and Plantation Medicine Chests. 




ERA-MBERT'S 

lODURETTED SARSAPARILLA, 

For Scrofula in its various forms ; Cutaneous Affections of all kinds ; 
Secondary Syphillis ; Neuralgic Affections of the Face ; Pains in 
the Joints, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of mercury. 



ELIXIR OALISAYA, 

For General Debility, Languor, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and Fevers 
arising from miasmatic exhalations. Prepared by 

LOUIS B. ERAMBERT, 
Immediately under the City Hotel, Wilmington, N. C. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 50 



MacRae, Walter, assistant book-keeper J. &D. McRae & Co., bds 

J. McR. 
McRae, J. & D. & Co. , corn luercliants and ins. agents, 31 n Water. 
McRae, Donald, of J. & D. McR. & Co., h Market bt 7tli and 8th. 
MacRae, John, of J. & D. McR. & Co., and president Bank of 

Wilmington, h Mulberry bt '2d and 3d. 
Maguire, P. H., harness maker, bds Mrs. Lewis. 
Mahoney, John R., printer Journal Office, bds Farmers' House. 
Malarky, John, saloon, 17 s Water, h same. 
Mauss, Samuel, clerk Jacob Lyon, bds same. 
Marble, Lewis W., printer Journal Office, bds A. L. Price. 
Marcus, H., saloon, segars and boarding House, Front nr Market. 
Marks, W. H. & Co., hardware, stoves and tin ware, 19 Front. 
Marks, W. H., of W. H. M. & Co., h 2d bt Dock and Market. 
Marshall, Capt. John H., h cor 4th and Nun. 
Martin, A., of Rankin & M., h Market bt 4th and 5th. 
Martin, S. N., of Kidder & M., h 4th bt Ann and Nun. 
Manson, H. M., salesman 0. S. Baldwin, bds same. 
Masonic Hall, Market bt Front and 2d. 

Massick, Wm., laborer T. E. Lawrence, h . 

Mathews, Robert, shoe-maker, bds Mrs. McCaleb. 

Maxwell, Robert, tunber inspector, office 30 n Water, h . 

Mayer, Abraham R., book-keeper Weill & Anathan, bds A. Weill. 
Mayer, Samuel, clerk Weill & Anathan, bds A. Weill. 
Meadows, E., laborer Hart & Bailey, h Chestnut bt 6th and Tth. 
Meadows, F., laborer Hart & Bailey, h Church bt Front and 2d. 
Meares, E. C, clerk Hedrick & Ryan, bds cor Chestnut and Front. 
Meares, 0. P., attorney at law, Market bt 2d and 3d, h cor 5th 

and Dock. 

Meares, Walker, druggist, 45 Market, h . 

Mechanics' Hotel, Front nr Orange, John Warren projirietor. 
Medway, A., physician, cor Front & Dock, h Dock bt 3d and 4th. 
Meier, J., saloon and agent for ales, &c.. Dock bt Water and 

Front, h 3d bt Ann and Nun. 



60 ■ GEO. H. KELLEY's 



WIIMMON ICE HOVSE, 

JOHN £. LIPPITT, Proprietor, 

(Successor to A. H. VANBOKKELEN,) 

26 & 28 Front St, and Dock betwen Front & Water, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



A constant supply of best quality 

ICE 

Will be kept on hand and sold at very low rates. 

IGE WILL BE DELIVERED AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. 

At night, (in eases of sickness,) ICE can be had at my residence, 
on Orange, between 4th and 5th Streets. 

Orders for ICE from any part of the States of North Carolina 
or South Carolina, will be promptly attended to ; well packed 
and delivered at any Rail Road Depot or Steamboat landing. 

Direct Orders to 

"WILMIF&TOST IGE HOUSE/' 



WILMNGTON DIRECTORY. 61 



Melvin, James S., timber inspector, office 30 n Water, bds . 

Mengers, A., clotliing, 46 n Water, h . 

Merriam, Geo. C, of J. M. McCarter & Co., bds City Hotel. 
Methodist Episcopal Chm-cli, (S.) cor Front and Walnut, Rev. J. 

S. Long pastor. 
Methodist Episcopal Church, (S.) 5th bt Church and Castle, Rev. 

J. H. Wheeler pastor. 
Miller, T. C, attorney at law. Front opp Bank Cape Fear, h Front 

bt Mulberry and Chestnut. 

Miller, James A., physician, Front opp Bank Cape Fear, h . 

Miller, James T., chairman county coui-t and collector of the cus- 
toms, bds City Hotel. 

Miller, Daniel, butcher, h . 

Milligan, W. Gr., marble works, cor Front and Walnut, bds Mrs. 

McGuire. 
Milling, A. J., salesman Dawson & McPeake, bds Mrs. Marks. 
Mills, Samuel, salesman Dawson & McPeake, bds R. J. Howard. 
Mitchell, B. F., of Ellis & M., h 4th bt Market and Dock. 
Mitchell, F. H., clerk Ellis & M., bds B. F. Mitchell. 

Mitchell, James, gas fitter, Dock bt Front and Water, h . 

Mindel, A., merchant tailor. Princess bt Front and Water, h 5th. 
Mixer, George E., book keeper A. Maclean, bds Mrs. Blanks. 
Monk, J. M., com merchant, 47 n Water, bds I. T. Alderman. 

Munroe, J. W., timber inspector, bds 

Montague, L., saloon, restaurant and billiards, 20 Market, h Dock 

bt Front and 2d. 
Moore, F. J., of Myers & M., h Market bt 7th and 8th. 

Moore, Robert, baker, bds . 

Moore, A. D., clerk Hedrick & Ryan, bds Market bt 7th and 8th. 
Moore, Roger, of James T. Petteway & Co., bds J. T, Petteway. 
Morehouse, L. M., tinner W. H. Marks & Co., bds Mechanics' 

Hotel. 
Morris, Augustus, coach trimmer, h Chestnut bt 8th and 9th, 
Morris, W., book keeper D. Pigott, bds Front bt Church and Castle. 



62 



GEO. H. KELLEYS 



G. C. & W. J. MUNRO, 

COiiSSIOK lERCHAflTS. 

DIPORTERS OF 3I0LASSES AND SUGARS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

NAVAL STORES, COTTON and RICE, 

-ALSO- 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ^^C, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 




01 

■ 





^^««*"S,- 



^^L. JACOBS 

' CAROLINA ^<^:^ 



y^ ESTABLISHMENT, ^\ 
COR.MARKET & SECOND STS. 



WILMINGTON.N.C 



=1 

69 



^P^ q 



W. H. ALLEN 



COMMISSION AND FORWARDING 

TiSo. ao awortlx "V^Tater fiJtreet, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

iJ^^Prompt personal attention given to consignments of Naval 
Stores, Cotton and other Produce. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 63 



Morse, C. C, grocer, 59 Market, h Ann bt 2d and 3d. 

Morse & Ellis, boat builders, 2d bt Orange and Ann. 

Morse, S., of M. & Ellis, h 3d. 

Mozart Hall, Front over Express Office. 

Muirhead, E., clerk R. Thorburn, bds Mrs. Stuart. 

Munro, G. C. & W. J., com merchants, importers of molasses and 
sugar, and grocers, 22 n Water. 

Munro, G. C, of G. C. & W. J. M., bds City Hotel. 

Munroe, J. W., timber inspector, li . 

Murchison, D. R., of E. Murray & Co., h cor Chestnut and 2d. 

Murphy, Rev. Thos., h Dock bt 2d and 3d. 

Murphy, D., moulder Hart & Bailey, bds Farmers' House. 

Murphy, J. S., book keeper Anderson & Savage, h 2d bt Orange 
and Ann. 

Murray, E. & Co., grocers and com merchants, 27 and 28 n Water. 

Murray, E., of E. M. & Co., h cor Chestnut and 2d. 

Murray, J. T., of E. M. & Co., h cor Chestnut and 2d. 

Murray, Wm. H., packet clerk E. M. & Co., bds cor Chestnut and 
3d. 

Murray & Blaney, boots and shoes, 35 Market. 

Murray, Asa J., of Murray & Blaney, h Chestnut. 

MuiTy, M., coach painter, bds W. Furlong. 

Myers, Geo., groceries and liquors, agent for Finkle & Lyon's Sew- 
ing Machines, 11 and 13 Front, h 2d bt Dock and Orange. 

Myers & Moore, hats, caps and straw goods, 34 Market. 

Myers, Chas. D., of M. & Moore, h Market bt 8th and 9th. 

Myer, F., of I. M. & Bro., h cor Princess and Front. 

Myer, I. & Bro., clothing, 3 s Water. 

Neflf, J. H., ship chandler and grocer, cor Dock and Water, h 

Dock bt Front and 2d. 
Neflf, A. H., of W. H. Marks & Co., bds Dock bt 1st and 2d. 



64 GEO. 11. kelley's 



JOSEPH H. NEFF, 

SHIP CBAllER, 




GROCER, 

AND 

Provision Dealer, 

No. n SOUTH WATER AND 2 & 4 DOCK STS, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

ROCK SFRIl ICE HOUSE, 

North Water Street, near the Rail Road Depot, 

E. B. DUDLEY, Proprietor, 



Is prepared at all times to furnish, in large or 
small quantities, the best quality of Northern 
Ice. 

{)l3='Particular attention given to packing 
and tilling Country orders. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 65 



Neuman, P., clothing, 48 n Water, h same. 

New Hanover County Court House, Princess bt 2d and 3d. 

Newlioif, M., clotliing, 18 Market, li same. 

Newman, Josepli_, salesman D. Newman, bds H. Marcus. 

Nichols^ Jere., register of deeds, h Chestnut ht 3d and 4th. 

Nixon, H. R., provision inspector, bds Chestnut, bt 3d 

and 4th. 
Northrop, Isaac, clerk E. Murray & Co., bds 2d bt Dock 

and Orange. 
Nusbaum, A., salesman Weill &. Anathan, bds A. Weill. 

o. 

Gates, Thos. J., bar keeper L. Montague, bds same. 
Obermyer, H., salesman D. Newman, bds H. Marcus. 
Odd Fellows Hall, Front bt Market and Princess. 
Ohland, H., clerk L. Toilers, bds same. 
Oldham, C. W., clerk Stokley & 0., bds Farmers' House. 
Oldham, C, clerk Stokley & 0., bds A. Oldham. 
Oldham, Alex., of Stokley & 0., h Orange bt 3d and 4th. 
O'Reiley, P., h 4th bt Mulberry and Red Cross. 
Owen, Gen. James, h Front bt Chestnut and Mulberry. 
Owen, J. W., of 0. & Yarbrough, h Front. 
Owen & Yarbrough, com merchants, n Water. 
Owens, A. P., laborer Hart & Bailey, bds. . 



P. 

Parker, John A., painter. Dock bt Market and Front. 
Parker, Wm., works at Pilot House, bds same. 
Parsley, 0. G., of 0. G. P. & Co., and Prest. Commercial 
Bank, h 2d bt Market and Dock. 
5 



66 GEO. H. KELLEY' 



G. F0LV06T, 

UPHOLSTERER 






PAPER HANGER, 

corner front and princess streets, 

WILMIjYGTOF, n. g. 



KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND 

Mattresses, LoiingeSj Cushions, Feathers, Ciuied Hair, Moss 

ALi IMQiSTIIY MATIIIAiS. 

— ALSO — 

Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Fire Screens and 

Decorations of every description. 

PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER. 

Prompt attention given to fitting up Rail Road Cars, 

Steamboats and Private Dwellings. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 6T 



Parsley, 0. Q., Jr., of 0. G. P. & Co., h . 

Parsley, 0. Gr. & Co., proprietors Hilton saw mills, office 

Chestnut nr n Water. 
Patterson, Wm. A., clerk W. H. McKary & Co., bds Wm. 

A. Ciimming. 
Patten, Wm., bakery, 44 Market, li same. 
Parsons, James H., salesman G. & C. Bradley, bds Pilot 

House. 
Peck, Geo. A., book-keeper Hart & Bailey, bds cor Orange 

and 2d. 
Peck, W. M., clerk J. E. Blossom, bds cor 2d Orange. 
Peck, T. F., capt. steamer H. Hart, h cor Orange and 2d. 
Peebles, J. R., clerk L. L. Hutcbins, bds Mrs. Holmes. 
Peden, Wm. N., naval officer custom House, and salooDj 

h 4th bt Orange and Ann. 
Perrin, Henry K, china and glass ware, 9 Market, h 2d 

bt Chestnut and Mulberry. 
Pender, W. A., at Rock Spring Hotel, bds same. 
Peirce, W. W., com merchant, Nutt nr Walnut, h 2d 

cor Orange. 
Petteway, S., deputy sheriff, and salesman F. M. Agostini, 

h cor Dock and 8th. 
Petteway, James T., of J. T. P. & Co., h Front. 
Petteway, James T. & Co., com merchants, 8 n Water. 
Peshan, E., clothing, 35 n Water, h same. 
Perkins, E., dentist, 1 door w of Journal building, bds 

R. H. Howard. 
Pigott, D., auctioneer, com merchant and broker, 7 s 

Water, bds City Hotel. 
Pierce, J. E., book-keeper J. H. Flannerj bds Mrs. Pitts, 
Pierce, L. H., book and stationery, 36 Market, h . 



68 GEO. H. kelley's 



1. 1 HHl 4 




IDE^XilEI^S 13^ 



GROCERIES 

AND 

General Merchandise; 

SUCH AS 

FAMILY & PLANTATION GROCERIES, 

DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 

BOOTS and SHOES, 

HATS AND CAPS, 

WOOD AND V/ILLOW WARE, 

HoUo^iv Ware, Crockery, Tin,* Sec, 

S. E. CORNER MARKET and SECOND STS, 
WILMINGTON, N. 0. 



Supplies of above articles kept constantly on hand, and sold 
at LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. 

FRESH GROCERIES RECEIVED WEEKLY. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 69 



Phifel, Miss C, milliner Kahnweiler & Bros., bds cor 

Front and Walnut. 
Player, Thos. W., naval store inspector, h 3d bt Churchi 

and Castle. 
Piatt, John L., machinist Hart and Bailey, bds Mechan- 
ics' Hotel. 
Pirsson, James, piano fortes and music, 6 n Front, bds F. 

Prear. 
Pipper, W. H., harness maker, bds Mrs. Lewis. 
Pilot House, John Bishop proprietor, s Water nr Dock. 
Policy, H. N., roofer and gun smith, h 5th bt Market and 

Princess. 
Poisson, John J., clerk A. D. Cazaux, bds cor 5th and 

Mulberry. 
Poisson, F. D., attorney at law, Princess bt Front and 

h2d. 
Poisson, Wm. M., book-keeper Wm. B. Planner & Co., 

bds cor 5th and Mulberry. 
Potter, Capt. G., Front opp Bank Cape Fear. 
Potter, Mrs. M., h cor 2d and Orange. 

Potter, F. W., physician. Front nr Market, h . 

Post Office, Daniel Dickson post master, n Water. 
Pope, Wm., livery stable, Princess opp Thalian Hall, 

h. . 

Polvogt, C, upholsterer and paper hanger, cor Front and 

Princess, h Front bt Market and Princess. 
Pollock, Geo. W., assistant post master, bds Mrs. Holmes. 
Presbyterian Church, Chestnut bt 7th and 8th, Rev. M. 

McQueen pastor. 
Presbyterian Church, (now building) cor Orange and 3d. 
Pratt, Wm. H., clerk H. McLin, h Dock. 



70 



GEO. H. KELLEY's 



T. H. McKOY & Co., 




WHOLESALE GROCERS 



AND- 



Commission Merchants; 



DEALERS IN 



FOREIGN AiD DOIESflC LIQDORS 

No. 8 SOUTH WATER STREET, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



QQ='Particiilar attention paid to the sale of 
Country Produce. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 71 



Praer, F., oyster salooD, 21 Front. 

Pridgen, B. P., clerk Bizzell & Co., bds Farmers' House. 

Price, W. J., deputy collector custom house, li Market 

U 5tli and Gtli. 
Price, A. L., of Fulton & P., h 4tli bt Chestnut and 

Princess. 
Price, Wm. W., printer Journal Office, h Dock bt 7th 

and 8th. 
Price, W. J., naval store inspector, h 3d cor Walnut. 
Price, C, shoemaker Murray & Blaney, h Mulberry. 
Pritchard, Kev. J. L., h cor Nun and 3d. 
Proctor, C. J., physician, cor 2d and Market, h same. 



Q. 



Quigley, B. H., tailor 0. S. Baldwin, h cor 2d and Market. 
Quigley, Chas., boots and shoes, cor Front and Dock, h 

same. 
Quigley, P., grocer, Nutt nr Ked Cross, h same. 
Quigley, James, grocer, n Water, h same. 
Quince, Wm. H., clerk E. Murray & Co., h Mulberry bt 

Front and 2d. 
Quince, E. M., book-keeper 0. Kelley, bds cor Market 

and 3d. 
Quinn, David, laborer Hart & Bailey, bds . 

n. 

Kadcliffe, Wm., foreman Hart & Bailey's Copper Shop, 

h cor 5th and Chestnut. 
Rambert, L., blacksmith. Mulberry bt Front and Water. 
Rand, P. C, salesman J. S. Williams, bds same. 



72 



GEO. H. KBLLEYS 



MOIMTACUE'S 
BILLIARD & EATING SALOON, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



MEALS from 6 o'clock, A. M., until 12 o'clock at NigM. 

THE BEST OP EVERYTHING IS KEPT AT THIS HOUSE. 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars cannot be surpassed North or Soutli. 

PATENT COMBINATION CUSHION BILLIARD TABLES IRE AT THIS HOUSE. 

L MONTAGUE, Proprietor. 

HENRY BURKHIMEE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

TOBACCO, SNUFF, 
CSGAR STORE, 

SiaN OF THE " INDIAN CHIEF," 

No. 6 Market Street, 

THIRD DOOR ABOVE SOUTH WATER, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

N. B. — All orders filled with despatch. 
Cigars manufactured to order. 




WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 73 



Kankin, E. G., of R. & Martin, h 2d bt Market and Dock. 
Rankin & Martin, com merchants, 8 s Water, (up stairs.) 
Repiton, Rev. A. Paul, h cor 3d and Mulberry, 
Reader, Henry, grocer, cor Front and Mulberry. 
Redd, C. C, clerk Grant & Harrell, bds James Grant. 

Reed, R. S., printer Herald Office^ bds . 

Reston, Wm., cashier Bank of North Carolina, h same. 
Roberts, S. W., clerk James A. Willard, h Williams' al. 
Robertson, James P., Gen. Supt. W. & M. R. R., h cor 

Mulberry and 2d. 
Robinson, T. M., book-keeper E. McPherson,* bds Mrs. 

R. Price. 
Robinson, J. R., machinist Hart & Bailey, bds Farmers' 

House. 
Robinson, J. M., of J. M. R. & Son, h Front bt Market 

and Princess. 
Robinson, J. M. & Son, hard-ware. Front bt Market and 

Dock. 
Robinson, J. G., salesman J. M. R. & Son, bds same. 
Robinson, C. H. & Co., com merchants, 11 n Water. 
Robinson, C. H., of C. PI. R. & Co., bds Mrs. Blanks. 
Robinson, Robert, grocer, cor Nutt and Walnut, h same. 
Roche, Wm., telegraph operator, bds W. H. Fanning. 
Rock Spring Ice House, n Water bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Rock Spring Hotel, Mrs. M. S. McCaleb proprietor, Chest- 
nut bt Front and Water. 
Rosenthal G., salesman Weill & Anathan, bds A. Weill. 
Rothwell, J. H., gen collecting agt., h 3d bt Princess and 

Chestnut. 
Runciman, J. W., butcher T. E. Lawrence, bds same. 
Runge, G. H. W., grocer, cor Dock and Front, h same. 



N 



Y4 GEO. H. kelley's 




I. EELLEY, 

Bookseller i Stationer, 

PIANO FORTES, FANCY GOODS, &c. 

No. 27 MARKET STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Law, Medical, Theological, School, Classical, and 

Miscellaneous Books furnished at Publishers' prices. 

RECORD, MERCANTILE, and all other kinds of 

BLA.]N^K BOOKS. 

PAPER STATIONERY OF THE BEST QUALITY. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. T5 



Rush, A., saloon, 2d bt Market and Princess, h . 

Eussell, J. B., clerk T. C. & B. O. Worth, bds cor 5th 

and Orange. 
Russ, A. P., laborer Hart & Bailey, h Red Cross bt 5th 

and 6th. 
Russ, Porter, laborer Hart & Bailey, bds Red Cross bt 

5th and 6th. 
Russ, James, laborer Hart & Bailey, bds Red Cross bt 5th 

and 6th. 
Russ, J., copper smith Hart & Bailey, h Walnut bt 3d 

and 4th. 
Russ, Edward, laborer Hart & Bailey, bds Red Cross bt 

5th and 6th. 
Russ, C. D., laborer Hart & Bailey, bds Red Cross, bt 5th 

and 6th. 
Rush, H., machinist Hart & Bailey, bds Farmers' House. 
Ryan, James H., of Hedrick & R., h Dock bt Front and 2d. 

s. 

Sack, Henry, shoemaker Murray & Blaney, bds Toomer's al. 
Samson, H., of J. & H. S. & Co., h 8 Market. 
Samson, J., of J. & H. S., & Co., bds Mrs. Jones. 
Samson, J. & H. S. & Co., dry goods and clothing, 8 

Market. 
Sand, Edward, baker, h 4th bt Orange and Church. 

Sauls, W. J., clerk J. L. Cantwell, bds . 

Savage, H. R., cashier Bank Cape Fear, h cor Orange 

and 3d. 
Savage, Timothy, cashier Commercial Bank, h 3d bt 

Dock and Orange. 
Savage, E., of Anderson & S., h 3d bt Dock & Orange. 



76 GEO. H. kelley's 



FULTON & PKICE, 

ISTeAv Jonrnal Buildings, 

Princess, between Front and Second Streets, 

WILMINGTON, N, C. 



THE DAILY JOURNAL, 

(ESTABLISHED IN 1S51,) 

The oldest and most widely circulated daily paper in the State, [publishes by law the 
list of letters,] is published six times a week at $6 per annum, payable in advance.— 
Daily reports of the markets and telegraphic news, up to the hour of s;6ing to press, 
are given in this paper. 

THE WILMINGTON JOURNAL, 

(ESTABLISHED 184i,) 
Is issued every Thursday morning at $2 50 per annum, invariably in advance. This 
paper contains all the principal news of the week, and all the important editorial 
matter of the several daily issues, together with a weekly review of the markets of the 
town, carefully compiled by our own reporter. This review may be relied upon as 
strictly correct. We also give the latest reports of the Northern and other markets. 

The circulation of the Wilmington Jouknal, (weekly,) is now quite large, and is con- 
stantly on the increase. The Dailt Journal has also a very respectable and growing 
circulation, especially among business mea These papers afford facilities for adver- 
tising surpassed by no other in this State or section. 

OUR JOB OFFICE! 

Having erected a building ex- 
pressly for the purposes of our 
business, and fitted it up with 
Steam Power Presses, and all other 
requisite machinery, and supplied 
it with the largest and handsomest 
assortment of type in the State, 
(much of which has just been re- 
ceived,) we can execute prompt- 
ly and in the best manner every 
description of 




JOB PRINTING, 



"' - - — " Such as Cards, Hand-bills, Bilk of 

Lading, Bills of Exchange, Checks, Bill-Heads, Circulars, Pamphlets, Pasters, Labels, 
Programmes, &c., &c. 
All letters on business, to insure attention, must be addressed to 

FULTON & PRICE. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. ' TT 



Scheiick, N. W., book-keeper DeEosset, Brown & Co., la. 

Market U Ttli and 8th. 
Sclionwald, J. T., physician, Princess bt Water and Front. 
Schulken, Martin, grocer, cor Eed Cross and Front, h cor 

Eed Cross and 2d. 
Schulken, H., grocer, cor 4th and Walnut, h same. 
Seamen's Bethel, Dock bt Front and Water. 
Seeleraan, Samuel, clerk Kaknweiler & Bros., bds Pilot 

House. 
Seely, G-., shoemaker, bds Washington House. 
Segelken, L._, clerk H. B. Filers, bds same. 
Sellars, Joseph, laborer, h Mulberry bt 8th and 9th. 
Shackelford, James, book-keeper Kidder & Martin, h 3d 

bt Nun and Church. 
Sharpsteen, J. P., of S. & Cornehlsen, bds Pilot House. 
Sharpsteen, W. H., barkeeper S. & Cornehlsen, bds City 

Hotel. 
Sharpsteen & Cornehlsen, saloon, billiards, and bowling 

alleys, 10 s Water. 
Shepherd, Wm., laborer Hart & Bailey, bds Princess bt 

4th and 5th. 
Sherwood, A., mail agent W. & M. E. E., bds D. Sherwood. 
Sherwood, Daniel, h Princess opp Journal office. 
Sink, Wm. M., machinisb Hart & Bailey, h 2d bt Church 

Castle. 
Sintas, Joseph J., clerk Wilkinson & Co., bds Mrs. Stow. 

Skipper, A., copper smith Hart & Bailey, h . 

Small, Archibald, dentist. Journal buildings, bds Mrs. 

McCaleb. 

Small, John, dentist with Archibald Small, bds . 

Smaw, F. D., deputy sheriff, h 5fch bt Dock and Orange 



78 GEO. H. KELLET's 



ALE, PORTER, LAGER REER 

Wf]EKLY RECEIPTS OF ALE FROM 

^'RUDMAN'S EAGLE brewery; Philadelphia, Pa, 

One of the best iu the country, and for sale in quantities to suit. — 
All orders from the country (accompanied with the money) will be 
promptly attended to 

ALSO, always on hand the fii'st quality of 

Lager Seer a^^d Porter^ 

AT THE SALOON ON 

Dock, between Water & Front sts., Wilmington, N. C. 

JOS. MEIER. 

Always on hand a large stock of 

Hungarian and Rhein Wines and Imported Cigars. 

EAGLE BAKERY, 

Corner Front and Dock Streets, 

(UNDER SEAMEN'S HOME,) 

WILMINGTON, N. C 

A first class establishment, where can be found, at all times, 

Fresh Breakfast Rolls, Tea Rolls, Bread, Cakes and Pies, 

Fresh Soda, Butter and Arrow Root Crackers and 
Pilot Bread. 

M^^AH kinds of CAKES, &c., furnished for Weddings and 
other parties at the shortest notice. 

R. THORBURN, Proprietor. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 79 



Smaw, John Gr., Ambrotypist, bds Mrs. BarcHffe. 
Smaw, F. D., Jr.^ clerk Hedrick & Eyan^ bds 5th bt Dock 

and Orange. 
Smith & McLaurin, com merchants, 16 n Water, 
Smith, T. M., of S. & McLaurin, bds Mrs. E. Price. 

' Smith, David, Jr., clerk E. Murray & Co., h . 

Smith, Wm. D., teller Bank of North Carolina,, h . 

Smith, W., tailor 0. S. Baldwin, h . 

Smithy James C. & Co., com merchants, 3 s Water, 
Smith, Wm. L., teller Bank of Wilmington, h 5th bt 

Market and Princess. 
Smith, James C, of J. C. S, .t Co., h Dock bt 6th and 7th. 
Smith, D. A., clerk 0. L, Fillyaw, bds cor 7th and Bladen. 
Smith, W, B. B,, clerk, bds H, Bishop. 
Smith, Wm,, ticket agent AV. & W. E. E., h Mulberry bt 

Front and 2d. 
Smith, James, mattress maker. Princess bt Front and 

Water. 
Smith, T. J., machinist W. & W. E. E., bds Farmers' House. 
Southerland, B.^ naval store inspector, bds Farmers' 

House. 
Southerland, D. J., of S. & Coleman, bds City Hotel. 
Southerland & Coleman, negro mart, Princess bt 2d and 3d. 
Southerland, J. B., com merchant, 44 n Water, (up stairs.) 
Spaulding, H., book-keeper Geo. Myers, bds J. Bishop. 
Spellman, D., painter J. A. Parker, bds Front. 
Spooner, H., salesman T. C, Craft, h cor 2d and Cowan. 
Sprunt, Alex., book-keeper T. C. & B. G. Worth, h Chest- 
nut bt 8th and 9th. 
St. Thomas's Church, Catholic, Dock bt 2d and 3d, Rer. 

Thomas Murphy^ pastor. 



80 GEO. H. KELLEY's 



The Wilmington Herald. 

The Daily Herald is published every day, Sundays excepted, at $6 a year, invariably 
in advance. Its circulation is as large as that of any Daily in the State and constantly 
increasing. It is one of the best advertising mediums in the State, from the fact that 
it circulates in every county in it. The paper is devoted to politics, agriculture and 
the current news of the day. "We also furnish daily reports of the "Wilmington 
market, which is prepared by a gentleman in our employ, who devotes his whole time 
to the business, consequently they must be reliable. 

The Wilmington Hrrald containing all the important reading matter and editorials 
of the several daily issues, is piiblished every Thursday morning, and furnished to 
subscribers at $2 a year, in advance. The "Wilmington Herald increases its circulation 
every issue, and is a most excellent advertising medium. 

C. E. & R. BURR, Editors and Proprietors. 



THE HERALD 

Job Printing OfEice, 

IS SITUATED ON 

Market Street, No. ^OJ, nearly opposite the City Hotel. 

"We most respectfully announce to the citizens of "Wilmington, and elsewhere, that 
we are now as well prepared to do any and all kinds of 

Book and Job Frdnting, 

in as neat a style and on as reasonable terras as any other establishment South. "We 
have just received a Large and Beautiful assortment of 

NEW TYPES, BORDERS, CUTS, &c., 

in addition to which, we have in constant and successful operation one of Hok's large 

O3rlix1.ca.e1- 3E*oxv©r 3F»rixi.tiiis I=»r©ss©s, 

one of Geo. P. Gordok's Fast Machine 

<:^ .^ii. 5:^ lE^ 5^^ s^ s^ ^3 ^ t^ ^ 9 

and a 
WASHINGTON PRESS, 

the two former of which are run by a CALORIC or hot air engine. 
In fact, "we have every thing necessary in a Printing Office to get up anything in the 
ehape of Cards, Circulars, Ball Tickets, Bank Checks, Blank Notes, Rail Road Blanks, 
Dray Receipts, Fancy Labels, Bills Ladingr, Pamphlets, Receipts, Programmes, Hand 
Bills, Catalogues, Rail Road Tickets, Dray Tickets, Law Blanks, Bill Heads, Posters, &c., 

PLAI¥ OE. OB.¥AMEFTAL. 

With the FiNBST material, and the best workmen the South affords, we are detbrminbd 
not to be excelled in Neatness, Cheapness, Dispatch or Punctuality, for all orders 
entrusted to ub for publication. 

A share of the public patronage is most respectfully solicited. Give us a BID before 
you have your work done elsewhere. 

C. E. &. R. BURR, Proprietors. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 81 



Staankan, G-eorge, grocer, Front opp Freight Depot, h same. 
Stadler, J., shoemaker jMurry & Blaney, li .3d. 

Steken, Geo., grocer, 4tli ur Walnut, li . 

Stevenson, J. M. , naval store inspector, Front bt Mulberry and 
Walnut. 

Stockberger, Jacob, watchmaker Brown & Anderson, bds . 

Stokley, L., laborer Hart & Bailey, h . 

Stokley, James, of S. & Oldham, h 3d. 

Stokley & Oldham, com merchants, 5 s Water. 

Story, Edward F., Jeweller, bds T. W. Brown. 

Story, S. A., clerk Geo. Myers, bds Orange. 

Strasser, A., tailor Heins & Domler, bds Washington House. 

Stui'ges, L. B., at G. & C. Bradley's, bds . 

Styron, C. W., book-keeper James A. Willard, bds Mrs. R. Price. 
Suden, E., confectioner, Nutt nr Red Cross, h same. 
Sullivan, R., clerk James Wilson, bds 6th nr Walnut. 

Sullivan, Uriah, inspector and measurer custom house, bds . 

Sutton, Thos. H., clerk T. C. & B. G. Worth, bds cor 4th and Nun. 

Swarzman, Lewis, of Loeb & S., bds Mrs. McCaleb. 

Sweeny, H., laborer Hart & Bailey, h 2d bt Dock and Market. 



T. 

Taylor, A. D., salesman Geo. Myers, bds Mrs. Stuart. 
Taylor, D., book-keeper E. Hansley, bds same. 
Taylor, John A., Prest. Wilmington Savings Bank, h Market bt 
4th and 5th. 

Taylor, R. J., clerk J. T. Petteway & Co., bds . 

Teel, George, salesman A. Maclean, bds . 

Telegraph, office Front nr Market. 

Temperance Hall, Front opp Express office. 

Thalian Hall, Princess bt 3d and 4th. 

Thomas, W. G., physician, Market nr 2d, h cor 4th and Market. 

6 



ifio. II. kelley's 



ALDERMAN' H BETTENCODRT, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Groceries 4 Provisions, 

SUGAR, 

COFFEE, 

MOLASSES, 
and SYRUP, 
SALT, 
SOAP, 

STARCH, 

CANDLES, 

CRACKERS, 

CANDY, 
BACON, 
PORK, 
FLOUR, 
BUTTER, 
. CHEESE, 
LARD, 
BEEF, 
FISH, 
&c., &c., &c. 

Agricnltnral Implements and Plantation Hard Ware, 

NAILS, AXES, HOES, SHOVELS, SPADES, 

Corn Shellers. Straw CiitterSj Ploughs and Castings, 

No. 32 NORTH WATER STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N, C. 



Jt^Ordcvs executed faithfully and with despatch. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 83 



Thompson, C. H., tinner L. C. Turner, h 6th bt Walnut and Red 

Cross. 
Thompson, J. W., gen. freight ag't W. k W. R. R., h Red Cross 

bt 3d and 4th. 
Thorburn, R., bakery, cor Dock and Front, bds Mrs, Stuart. 

Tierney, , tailor 0. S. Baldwin, h . 

Torley, Sidney, bar-keeper City Hotel, bds same. 

Troutman, Chas., baker, bds Washington House. 

Turlington, W. H., com merchant, 4 n Water, bds Mrs. Holmes. 

Turlington, E., timber inspector, office 30 n Water. 

Turner, L. C, stoves and tin ware, cor Princess and Front, h 3d 

bt Nun and Church . 

TJ. 

Ulrich, AV., upholsterer, C. Polvogt, bds Mrs. McCaleb. 
Utley, Wm. R., of Hathaway & Co., h cor 4th and Red Cross. 
Utley, John, constable, h 2d bt Walnut and Red Cross. 
Utley, Henry C, clerk Hathaway & Co., bds 4th cor Red Crdss. 

VanAmringe, Geo., produce broker, 7 s Water, h 2d bt Dock and 

Orange. 
Vann, W. T. J., special magistrate, bds Pilot House. 
VanSickle, J., cigars, tobacco, &c., 12 Market, h Williams' 1. 
Vincent, N, B., engineer, h cor Orange and 3d. 
Vollers, L., grocer, 2d bt Market and Dock, h same. 
VonGlahn, C, clerk bds Farmers' House. 
VonGrlahn, H., grocer, n Water, bds Farmer's House. 

Waddell, A. M., attorney at law, and clerk and master efjuity, 
Princess bt 2d and 3d, h 3d bt Dock and Orange. 



84 GEO. 11. kelley'.^ 



WM. A. GWYER. I.OVET PEACOCK. ' SAMUEL B. JESNING?. 

GWYEH, mmm K ce , 

Factors, Forwarding 

conissifliiitcBMTS, 

Wholesale Grocers, 

im sTim sflffi'iir'siraii fmice; 

Sole Agents in the St:!t:' of Niu-tli Cavolin for tlie sale of 

" JEFFERY^S COTTOW TIES," 

NORTH WATER STREET, 
WILMINGTOX, N. C. 



Liberal cash advances made ou all consignments in sturu. and 
prompt personal attention given to orders. 

We keep on hand for sale, all descriptions of goods adapted to 
the use of Turpentine Distillers and Cotton Producers. 

" Jeffcry's Cotton Ties" are the best invention yet patented,[for 
securing band iron on Cotton bales, is cheaper and better than Eope, 
and is confidently recommended to the Cotton producers of the State. 



I^E:F:EI^ to 

John Dawsox, Pres'tof Bank of North Carolina, Wilmington, N. C. 
John McRae. " " '• " Wilmington, " " 

0. G. Parsley, " " Commercial Bank of " 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOllY. 85 



Walker, Asa K., book-keeper C'oiuiiiereial IJank, li cor >Iarket 

ami Gth. 

Walker, Thos. J)., Pre.t. W. & M. II. 11.. 1. . 

Walker, Wm. A., .secretary W. k 31. 11. 11., h Clicstnut bt 8th 

and 9 th. 
Walker, Maj. John, h Market bt Front and 2d. 
Wallace, S. D., ass't sec y and gen. ticket ag t W. & W. K. R., 

h cor Rod Cross and 4th. 
Walters, S., blacksmith, Mulberry bt Front and Water. 
Ward, E. R., jailor, h at same. 
Ward, D. M., carpenter, h Dock bt 7th and 8th. 
Warren, John, proprietor ^Mechanics' Hotel, Front bt Orange and 

Ann. 
Washington House. John Cropper proprietor. Front bt Market 

and Princess. 

Watson, Henry, blacksmith Hart & Bailey, bds . 

Watters, Mrs. M. E., h Front bt Dock and Orange. 

Watters, W., machinist Hart & Bailey, bds . 

Webb, H., upholsterer and paper hanger, 2o Front, ii 7th nr 

Princess. 
Weichselbaum, Henry, clerk elacob Lyon, bds same. 
Weill, S. R., clerk L. Myer & Brc, bds Mrs. McCaleb. 
Weill & Anathan, dry goods and clothing, 13 Market and o6 n 

Water. 
Weill, Abraham, of ^V. & Anathan, h Market bt 2d and od. 
Weill, 3Iarks, clerk Kahnweiler k Bro., bds Pilot House. 
Wells, Isaaq, coach maker, Mulberry bt Front and Water. 
Wertheim, Henry, clerk S. Goodman & Co., bds Farmers' House. 
Wescott, E., engineer Elli.s & Mitchell, h 3d bt Church and CastJe. 
West, S. M., auctioneer, com merchant, and notary public, 7 S 

Water, h 3d bt Princess and Chestnut. 
Wheeler, Rev. J. H., bds cor Chestnut and 5th. 
White, B. F., paper hanger, bds Farmers' House. 



86 



GEO. H. KELLEYS 



THE 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 







RUN DAILY LINES 

NORTH, EAST, SOUTH & WEST, 

FORWARDING 




HEAVY AND LIGHT FREIGHT, 

Coin, Bank Notes, Bonds, Jewelry, &a 



Each Express accompanied by careful and experienced 
gers. 

We collect Drafts, Notes, or collect on delivery of goods. 
JAMES MACOMBER, Agentj 
17 Front Street, WILMINGTON, N. C. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 87 



Whitehead, W. A., clerk T. H. McKoy & Co., h Dock bfc 6th 

and 7th. 
Whitehead, James I., clerk T. C. & B. G. Worth, bds Mrs. Jones. 
Whitfield, J. W., clerk M. Maclnnis, h Walnut bt 4th and 5th. 
Whitney, C. W., clerk J. M. McCarter & Co., bds Chestnut bt 

Water and Front. 
Wick, John, saloon, Nutt nr Walnut, h same. 
Wilder, A., constable, h Boundary bt 5th and 6th. 
Wilkinson & Co., confectioners and dealers in fruits, tobacco, se- 

gars, &c., 32 Market. 
Wilkinson, J., of W. & Co., h 17 av and Market. 
Williams, John F., machinist Hart & Bailey, bds cor Cottage 1 

and 4th. 
Williams, W. A., com merchant, 7 s Water, h cor 4th and Cottage 1. 
Williams, J. S., dry goods, 17 Market, h 5th bt Dock and Orange. 
Williams, E. D., printer Journal office, h 2d bt Ann and Nun. 
Williams, Lewis M., constable, h 5th bt Mulberry and Chestnut. 
Williams, F. W., salesman Myers & Moore, bds Mrs. Betts. 
Williams, Gleo. W., keeper Seamen's Home, cor Front and Dock. 
Williams, W. H., salesman 0. S. Baldwin, bds same. 
Williams, R. D., clerk T. C. &B. Cr. Worth, bds cor Cottage 1 

and 4th. 
Willard, James A., grocer and com merchant, 11 and 12 n Water, 

h Chestnut bt 3d and 4th. 
Willis, H. B., foreman Herald office, h Market nr Princess. 
Willis, E., clerk W. Meares, bds W. G. Hooper. 

Willson, Wm. A., book-keeper Grwyer, Peacock &Co., bds . 

Wilmington Herald, C. E. & R. Burr proprietors, 40| Market. 
Wilmington Gaslight Co., cor Castle and Surry. 
Wilmington Institute, Princess bt 3d and 4th, L. Meginney principal. 
Wilmington Journal, Fulton & Price proprietors, Princess bt Front 

and 2d. 
Wilmington Savings Bank, Front opp Bank Cape Fear. 



GEO. H, KELLEYS 



FARMERS' HOUSE, 

KEPT BY 

H. M. BISHOP, 

South of Wilmington and Weldon Rail Road Depot, 
WATER STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



E. HALL, 

GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING 

MERCHANT, 

10 North Water Street, WILMIN&TON, N. C. 

North Carolina 4-4 SHEETINGS and assorted YARNS always on 
hand, and for sale for account of manufacturers. 

S. M. WEST, 



COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Real Estate, Bank Stock, Negroes, and all kinds of 
property bought and sold on small commission. 

REFERS TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, 



WILxMINGTON DIRECTORY. 89 



Wilmington Iron and Brass Foundry, Hart & Cailey proprietors, 

15 Front. 
Wilson, James, saddles and harness, 5 Market, bds Mrs. Lewis. 

Winney, John, coppersmith Hart & Bailey, bds . 

Winslow, Isaac C, clerk Hathaway & Co., bds W. G. Hooper. 
Woertz, S. , foreman Hart & Bailey's foundry, h n Water cor Walnut. 
Wood, K. B.^ contractor, h cor Orange and 3d. 
Wood, Robert B., Jr., deputy clerk county and superior courts, 

bds od bt Orange and Ann. 
Woodhull , M. H. , book-keeper and salesman . S , Baldwin , bds same. 
Woodward, Henry, tinner L. C. Turner, bds 4th bt Smith and Ashe. 
Worth, B. G., of T. C. & B. G. W., h Front bt Nun and Church. 
Worth, T. C, of T. C. & B. G. W., h Orange bt 4th and 5th. 
Worth, T. C. & B. G., com merchants, ag'ts for Howe's Scales, and 

New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Packets, 20 s Water. 
Wright, Joseph H., book-keeper Bank of N. C, bds Wni. A. W. 
Wright, J. W-, attorney at law, 51 Market, h cor Market and 6th. 
Wright, J. G., attorney at law, 51 Market h cor Market and 6th. 
Wright, James A., clerk superior court, h cor Market and 3d. 
Wright, A. E., physician. Market bt 2d and od. 
Wright, T. H., President Bank Cape Fear, h cor ]Market and 3d. 

Y. 

Yarbrough, 0. S., of Owen & Y., bds . 

Yopp, W. J., salesman Zeno H. Greene, h 5th bt Princess and 

Chestnut. 
Yopp, A. J., commercial reporter, collector and book-keeper Jour- 

•nal, h 5th bt jMulberry and Chestnut. 
Yopp, Samuel L., carpenter, h cor 5th and Princess. 



Z. 

Zimmerman, J. W., paper hanger, h 



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THE mETROPOLSTAN 




MANUFACTORY." 

The goods offered have the highest reputation in this country and 
Europe. The 

TfiMS, BlBUiimnimS, miSIUAT MSIS. 

&c., are of CHOICEST MATERIALS, and all the mutations of 
style, /chere inqjwremcnt is the result, are adopted. 
NINE YEARS ago we commenced offering the 

Celebrated make of Trunks, &c., 

to the Wilmington public, and for the endorsement received, we 
point to the fact that we are now the 

LARGEST DEALERS IN NORTH CAROLINA I 



LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 

WiU find the most extensive assortment — the best style of work — 
the newest designs — the lowest prices. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 91 

SCHOOL SATCHELS, TRUNKS, &c., 
BOYS AJS[JD GIRLS. 

TRUNKS purchased of us sent by our " TEUNK EXPKESS " 
to Depots free of charge. Sent to Steamboats and Vessels for 
shipping, free of charge. Sent to any part of the City for examination. 



FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN marked, one address, in 

M;^. FanLiiiiig's Best Style. 

We are furnished with WEEKLY SUPPLIES BY SCHOON- 
ERS, direct from the Manufactory. The freight being light, 
enables us to sell as low as Northern establishments ; and the 

(Being sole Agent for the •■ Metropolitan Manixfactory,") to offer 
a SUPERIOR QUALITY at much LOWER FICxURES THAN 
SMALL DEALERS. 

E3ST-^EJXjiX®3E3a::E3I> 13^3. 

CLOTHING AND FURNISHING HOUSE. 

NEWEST STYLES AND RELIABLE (^)rALITIES. 

OUTER and UNDER WEAR of every description. 

S1IA^YLS, BLANKETS, &C., 
Umbrellas, Canes, Pistols, Sheffield Pocket Cutlery, 

RAZORS and SHAVING MATERIALS, 
FRENOH TOILET ARTICLES FOR LADIES ^ GENTLEMEN. 



CIYWJ AND MILITARY WORK 

Made to order, at the largest CLOTHING AND FURNISHING 
STORE in the State. 

O. S. BALDl^IN, Proprietor, 

38 MARKET St., Wilmington, N. C. 



GEO. H. KELLEYS WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



JAMES PIRSSON, 

PIANO #?"7i FORTE 



AND 



MUSIC STORE, 

No. 6 NORTH FRONT STREET, 
WILMINGTON, N. C, 

A general assortment of all kinds of Musical Ixstruments, Sheet Music, 
and every article in the 3Iusical line. 
Piano Fortes tuned and repaired ; and old Pianos taiien in exchange. 

WILMIIIGTOi BOOK BliDiRV. 



^^ BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, 

BASEMENT FLOOR JOURNAL BUILDINGS, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Ledgers, Journals, and all kinds of Blank Books made to order. 

ALSO, 

BOOK BiisrrnNo 

Done in all its various styles, in the most durable manner. 

P. HEINSBERGSR. 



WILMINGTON 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Agent — General. 

Rothwell, J H, 3d bt Princess 
and Chestnut. 

Agents Insurance. 

Brovrn, A A, at Wilmington 

Savings Bank. 
DeRosset, Brown & Co, 6 n 

"Water. 
MacEae, J & D & Co, 31 n Water. 
Worth, T C & B G, 20 s Water. 

Ageijts Steamboat Lines. 

Flanner, JH, Wilmington St^am 

Tug Co, a Water. 
Murray, E & Co, Express Steam 

Boat Line to Fayetteville. 27 & 

28 n Water. 
Worth, T C & B G, Cape Fear 

Steamboat Line to Fayetteville, 

20 s Water. 

Agents Sailing Packets. 

>JEW YOKK. 

Cazaux, A D, 2U n Water. 
Flanner, J H, w side n Water. 



Harris ct Howell, w side n Water. 
Murray, E & Co, 27 and 28 n " 
Worth, TC&BG, 20 s 

PHILADELPHIA. 

Harris & Howell, w side n " 
Worth, TC&BG, 20s 

BALTIMORE. 

Worth, T C & B G, 20 s 

BOSTON. 

Harris & Howell, w side u " 

Attorneys. 

Baker, J A, Front opp Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Brown, T W jr, Jour buildings. 
Cutlar, DuBrutz, Princess bt 2d 

and 3d. 
Davis, Geo, Wilmington Bank 

Building. 
Empie & Allen, next to Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Fennell, N H, Princess, Journal 

buildings. 
Holmes, H L, Journal Buildings. 
Holmes, John L, next to Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Hall, Eli W, Front bt Chest- 
nut and Princess. 

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Londou, M, opp Bank Cape Fear. 
Meares, P, Market bt 2d 

and 3d. 
Miller, T C, Front opp Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Poisson, Fred D, Princess opp 

Journal buildings. 
Person & Strange, Market bt 2d 

and 3d. 
Smith, M B, Front bt Ann and 

Nun. 
Waddell, A M, Princess bt 2d 

and 3d. 
Wright, J AV, 51 :\Iarket. 
Wright, J G, 51 
Wright, W A, odbt Market and 

Dock. 
Wright, James A, Court house. 

Agricultural Impl'ts. 

Alderman & Bettencourt, 32 n 

Water. 
Foyles & Galloway, 30 n Water. 
Robinson, J M & Son, 8 Front. 
Greene, Zeno H, 7 Market. 

Amtrotype Galleries. 

Barry, E T, 171 Front. 
Crowl, L, Front nr Market. 

Auctioneers. 

Howard, W C, 51 s Water. 
Pigott, D, 7 s Water. 
West, S 31, 7 s Water. 



[ Lessman, A, 2d bt Market and 

Dock. 
I Patten, Wm, 44 Market. 

Banks. 

Commercial Bank, 23 Market. 

Bank Cape Fear, Front bt Prin- 
cess and Market. 

Bank North of Carolina, cor Prin- 
cess and Front. 

Bank of Wihnington, Front nr 
Princess. 

Banks, Savings. 

Wilmington Savings Bank, Front 
opp Bank Cape Fear. 

Barbers. 

Arney, J, Front nr Market. 

Edling, H, Front nr Market. 
I Evans, A, cor Market and 2d. 
jLarrington, D, Market. 
, Larrington, P, Nutt nr Mulberry. 

Blacksmiths." 

! Beach, A, Nutt nr Walnut. 
j Burtt, S, Walnut bt Front and 
! Water. 

Rambert, L, Mulberry bt Front 
I and Water. 

I Walters, S, Mulberry bt Front 
and Water. 

I Billiard Saloons. 



Bakers ! 

Thorburn, R, cor Dock and Front. 



Montague, L, 20 Market. 
Sharpsteen and Cornehlsen, 10 S 
Water. 



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Bo-wling Alley. 



Cabinet Makers. 



Sbarpsteen it Cornehlsen, 10 s'Fillyaw, L, 10 Front. 

Water. | Lawton,M& J, Front nr Princess. 



Boat Builders. 



Carbon Oil and Lamps. 



3Iorse & Ellis, !2d bt Orange and Qreer, D J, 46 Market. 
Ann. Marks, W H & Co, 19 Front. 



Book Bindery. 

Heinsberger, 1*, Jour buildings. 

Books and Stationery. 

Kelley, Geo H, '17 Market. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Bradley. G ct C, 41 Market. 
Brown, L, 57 Market. 
French, Geo R, 11 Market. 
Murray & Blaney, 35 Market. 
'Quigley, C, cor Front and Dock. 

Brokers. 

(Exchange,) Hutchins, L L, 

Front bt Market and Dock. 
(Produce,) Cantwell, J L, 8 s 

Water, (up stairs.) 
(Produce,) VanAmringe, Geo 

O, 7 s Water. 
(Stock,) Pigott, D, 7 s Water. 
(Naval Store,) Howard, W C, 5^ 

.s Water. 

Bottler of Ale, &c. 

Kordlander, H, Bottling House, 
cor Front and Castle. 



Carriage Makers. 

Felt, P, cor Princess and 3d. 
Hooper, S, cor Market and 5th. 
Wells, I, Mulberry bt Front and 
Water. 



China and Glass Ware. 

Perrin, Henry R, 9 Market. 

Confectioners. 

Agostini, P, 42 Market. 

Agostini, F M, 20 " 

Boyd, Mrs E, 2d bt Market and 

Dock. 
DeNeale, Wm H, 40 Market. 
Suden, E, Nutt nr Red Cross. 
Wilkinson & Co, 32 Market. 

Copper Smiths. 
Hart k Bailey, 15 Front. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Loeb & Swarzman, cor Chestnut 

and n Water. 
Worth, T C & B G, 20 s Water. 



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Clothing. 

Aaron, David, 2-5 Market. 
Baldwin, S, 38 " 
Bear, S & Bro, 41 and 42 Market. 
Goodman, S & Co, 43 n Water. 
Groodraan & Eigenbruner, 37 n 

AVater. 
Hcins & Domler, 1 Granite Eow. 
Jackson, Wni, 10 Market. 
Kahnweiler & Bro's, Market nr 

Exchange Corner. 
Kahnweiler, S B & Co, cor Front 

and Market. 
Lyon, Jacob, cor Market and n 

Water. 
Mengers, A, 40 n Water. 
Myer, I & Bro, 3 s Water. 
Newhoff, M, 18 Market. 
Neuman, P, 48 n Water. 
Newman, David, 14 Market. 
Peschau, E, 35 n Water. 



CoAvan, B H. cor Market and 

Water. 
DeEosset, Brown & Co, tJ n 

Water. 
Dudley, C H, 18 s Water. 
Eilers, H B. cor Water and 

Market. 
Flanner. J H, w side n Water. 
Flanner, Wni B k Co, 18 n 

Water. 
Foyles & Galloway. 30 n Water. 
Gause, S P, 19 s Water. 
Graham, H, n Water. 
/Greene, Zeno H, 7 market. 
Gwyer, Peacock & Co, n Water. 
Hall, A E, 10 n Water. 
Plansley, E, 37 n Water. 
Harriss & Howell, w side n 
' Water. 

yHarriss, Wm M, 18 s Water. 
^Hathaway & Co, 2 and 3 n Water, 
f Keith, E A, 7 s Water. 
Samson, J & H & Co, 8 Market. I Kelley, 0, 26 n Water. . 
Weill & Anathan, 13 Market and j/Kidder & Martin, 6 s Water, (up 
36 n Water. | stairs.) 

Lamont, DA, 20 n Water. 



Commission Merchants. 

Adams, Brother & Co, cor Wa- 
ter and Princess. 

Alderman & Bettencourt, 32 n 
Water. 

Allen, W H, 20 n Water. 



Anderson & Savage, 9 s Water. -/Munro, G C & W J, 22 n Water 



Bizzell & Co, 29 n Water. 
•'Blossom, J R, 4 s Water. 

Cazaux, A D, 21i n Water. 
NChadbourn, James H & Co, ] 
n Water. 

Clark, John M, Hall's Wharf. 



Lippitt, Joseph J, 23^ n Water. 
McKoy, T H & Co, 8 s Water. 
McPherson, E, 6 s Water. 
McEary, W H & Co, cor Prin- 
cess and Water, 
Maclnnis, M, 16 n Water. 
MacEae, J &D & Co, 31 n Water. 
Monk, J M, 47 n Water. 



Murray, E & Co, 27 and 28 n 

Water. 
Nutt, H. , cor Eed Cross and 

Nutt. 
Owen & Yarbrough. n Water. 
Peirce, W W, Nutt nr Walnut. 



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Petteway, James T & Co, 8 n 

Water. 
Pigott, D, 7 s Water. 
Eankio & Martin, 8 s Water, (up 

stQ.irs 1 
Robinson, C II & Co, 11 n Water, 

(up s'airs ) 
Smith, James C & Co, 3 s Water, 

(up stairs.) 
Smith & McLaurin, 16 n Water. 
Southerland, J B, 44 u Water, (up 

Stokley & Oldham, 5 s Water. 
Turlington, W H, 4 n Water. 
West, S M, 7 s Water. 
s/Willard, James A, 11 and 12 n 

Water. 
Williams, W A, 7 s Water. 
Worth, T C & B G, 20 s Water. 

Dentists. 

Arrington, B F, 51 Market. 
Carr, T B, Market bt 2d and 3d. 
Freeman, J H, Front nr Market. 
Kea, James E, cor Market and 2d. 
Perkins, E, one door w of Journal 

Building. 
Small, A & J, Journal Building. 

Druggists. 

Erambert, Louis B, Market under 

City Hotel. 
Lippitt, W H, n e cor Front and 

Market. 
McLin, Henry, s e cor Front and 

Marrket. 
Meares, Walker, 45 Market. 

Dry Goods. 

Aaron, David, 25 Market. 
Allen, S D, 47 Market. 
Craft, T C, 48 Market. 
Dawson, John, 21 and 23 Market. 

7 



Dawson & McPeake, cor Market ind 
Front. 

Goodman & Eigenbruner, 37 n 
Water. 

Grant & Harrell, 50 and 52 Market. 

Hedrick & Ryan, 29 Market. 

Kalinweiler & Bros, Market nr Ex- 
change Corner. 

Kahnweiler, S B & Co, cor Market 
& Front. 

Lyon, Jacob, cor Market and n 
Water. 

McCarter, J M & Co, 43 Market. 

Samson, J & H & Co, 8 Market. 

Weill & Anathan, 13 Market and 
36 n Water. 

Williams, J S, 17 Market. 

Express Office. 

Macomber, James, ag't, 17 Front. 
Flour and Feed. 

Ellis & Mitchell, 9 n Water. 
Stokley & Oldham, 5 s Water. 

Gas Fitter. 

Mitchell, James, Dock bt Water and 
Front. 

Gents Furnishing Goods. 

Baldwin, S, 38 Market. 

Heins and Domler, 1 Granite Row. 

Guano. 

DeRossett, Brown & Co, 6 n Water* 
McRary, W H & Co, cor Princess 

and n Water. 
Maclnnis, M, 16 n Water. 
Murray, E & Co, 27 and 28 n Water, 
Worth, T C & B G, 20 s Water. 



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Gun Smiths. 

Marks, W H & Co, 19 Front. 
Turner, L C, cor Princess and 
Front. 

• Grocers. 

Adrian, A, 24 Front. 
Alderman & Bettencourt, 32 n 

Water. 
Barlow, L N, 3 Granite Kow. 
Bauman, J Gr, 32 n Water. 
Baxter, B, cor Dock and Water. 
Bear, S & Bro. 44 n Water. 
Bizzell & Co. 29 n Water. 
Co veil, W K, 4 n Water. 
Craft, T C, 48 Market. 
Eckel, H, cor Front and Dock. 
Eilers, H B, cor Water and 

Market. 
Foyles & Galloway, 30 n Water. 
Grant & Harrell, 50 and 52 

Market. 
Greene, Zeuo H, 7 Market. 
Gwyer, Peacock & Co, n Water. 
Hansen, Henry, Nutt nr Walnut. 
Hansley, E, 37 n Water. 
Hardwick, J M, 18 Front. 
Hartsfield, A A & Co, 15 Market. 
Hasbagen, H G, cor 4th and 

Walnut. 
Heyer, J C & Co, 38 and 39 n 

Water. 
Huggins, L B & Sons, cor Mar- 
ket and 2nd. 
Kelley, 0, 26 n Water. 
Lain, R M, 2nd bt Market and 

Princess. 
Leitgin, Henry, cor Market and 

7th. 



Loeb & Swarzman, cor Chestnut 

and n Water. 
]\IcKoy, T H & Co, 8 s Water. 
Maclnnis, M, 16 u Water. 
Morse, C C, 59 Market. 
Munro, G C & W J, 22 n Water. 
Murray, E&Co, 27 and 28 n 

Water. 
Myers, Geo, 11 and 13 Front. 
Neif, J H, cor Dock & Water. 
Quigley, P, Nutt nr Red Cross. 
Reader, Henry, cor Front and 

Mulberry. 
Robinson, Robert, cor Nutt and 

Walnut. 
Ruuge, G H W, cor Dock and 

Front. 
Schulken H, cor 4th and Walnut. 
Schulken, Martin, cor Red Cross 

and Front. 
Staankan, Geo, Front opp Freight 

Depot. 
Steenken, Geo, 4th nr Walnut. 
Vollers, L, 2nd bt Market and 

Dock. 
VonGlahn, H, n Water. 
Willard, James A, 11 and 12 n 

Water. 

Hard-ware. 

MacLean, A, 19 Market. 
Robinson, J M & Son, 8 Front. 

Hats and Caps. 

Myers & IMoore, 34 Market. 

Hay and Grain. 

Ellis & Mitchell, 9 n Water. 
Gause, S P, 19 s Water. 



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McRary, W H & Co, cor Prin 

cess and n Water. 
Petteway, J T & Co, 8 n Water 
Stokley & Oldham, 5 s Water. 
WiUard, J A, 11 and 12 n 

Water. 



Hotels and Boarding. 

BarcliflF, Mrs , 36 Market. 

City Hotel, Cutts & Evans pro- 
prietors, cor Market and 2d. 

Farmers' House, H M Bishop 
prop, Nutt nr Mulberry. 

Howard, E, J, 45 Market. 

Pilot House, John Bishop pro- 
prietor, s Water. 

Marcus, H, Market nr Front. 

Mechanics' Hotel, John Wa,rren 
proprietor, Front bt Ann and 
Orange. 

Kockspring, Mrs M S McCaleb, 
Chestnut nr Water. 

Seamans' Home, Geo W Wil- 
liams, corn Front and Dock. 

Stuart, Mrs , Front nr Dock. 

Washington House, John Crop- 
per, Front bt Market & Prin- 



Ice Dealers. 

Dudley,[^E B, n Water. 
Lippitt, John E, 26 and 2^ 
Front. 



Iron and Brass Foundry. 

Hart & Bailey, 15 Front. 



Importers of Sugar and 
Molasses. 

Hathaway & Co, 2 and 3 n 

Water 
Muuro, G C &W J, 22 n Water. 

Livery Stables. 

Cm-rie, J K, 2d bt Market & 

Princess. 
Grant, E, H, cor 3d and Princess. 
Pope, W P, Princess bt 3d and 

4th. 

Marble Works. 

Milligan, W G, cor Front and 
Walnutt. 

Millinery. 

Egbert, Miss C M, Front nr 
Bank Cape Fear. 

Hinton, Miss K A, 3 Front. 

Kahnweiler, S B & Co, cor Front 
and 3Iarket. 

Kahnweiler & Bros, Market ad- 
joining Exchange Corner. 

Meat Markets. 

Johnson, T H, 28 Front. 
King, J J, 26 Front. 
Lawrence, T E, cor Market and 
Second, 

Merchant Tailors. 

Baldwin, S, 38 Market. 
Heins & Domler, 1 Granite Row. 
Mindle, A, Princess bt Front and 
Water. 



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Newspapers. 

Wilmington Herald, C E & R 
Burr props, 40| Market. 

Wilmington Journal, Fulton & 
Price props, Princess bt Front 
and 2d. 



Notaries Public 

Gumming, J D, 17 n Water. 

Evans, Thos, cor Water and 
Princess. 

G-alloway, A J, cor Mulberry 
and n Water. 

Gardner, J D, Sr, Bank of Cape 
Fear. 

Howell, A J, w s n Water. 

Hyde, Wm, Savings Bank. 

Larkins, Wm, office Bank Wil- 
mington. 

Morris, R, office City Hall. 

Smith, W L, office Bank Wil- 
mington. 

Walker, A K, office Commercial 
Bank. 

West, S M, 7 s Water. 

Wright, J H, Bank of the State. 

Pianos and Music. 

KeUey, Geo H, 27 Market. 
Pirsson, James, 6 n Front. 

Painters. 

Bunn, L F, Princess bt Front 

and Water. 
Fanning, P W, Front nr Orange. 
Parker, J A, Dock bt Water and 

Front. 



Physicians. 

Anderson, E A, Market bt 2d 

and 3d. 
Berry, W A, Front opp Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Coe, Grover, cor Market and 2d. 
Cutlar, F J, cor Princess and 2d. 
Davis, W AY, Front nr Market. 
Dickson, Jas H, 49 Market. 
Freeman, W E, Front nr Mul- 
berry. 
Hall, W H, Front bt Market and 

Princess. 
Hill, W P, Market, over W 

Meares' Drug Store. 
Hooper, W G, Market bt 2d 

and 3d. 
McRee, J F, jr, cor Front and 

Chestnut. 
Medway, A, cor Front and Dock. 
Miller, J A, Front opp Bank 

Cape Fear. 
Potter, F W, Front nr Market. 
Schonwald, J T , Princess bt 

Water and Front. 
Swan, John, Front bt Market 

and Princess. 
Thomas, W G, Market nr 2d. 
Wright, A E, Market bt 2d 

and 3d. 

Restaurants. 

Burnett, R B, 14 and 15 n 

Water. 
Gilbert, D J, 40 n Water. 
Montague, L, 20 Market. 

Saddlery and Kaness. 

Jacobs, Wm L, 39 Market. 
Wilson, James, 5 Market. 



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101 



Saloons. 

Bremer, H M, 34 n Water. 
Burnett, R B, 14 and 15 n 

Water. 
Deinstbach^ W, Toomer's al. 
GUbert, D J, 40 n Water. 
Malarky, J, 17 s Water. 
Marcus, H, Front nr Market. 
Meier, J, Dock bt Water and 

Front. 
Montague, L, 20 Market. 
Peden, W N, 4 Market. 
Rush, A, 2d bt Market and 

Princess. 
Sliarpsteen & Cornehlsen, 10 s 

Water. 
Wick, John, Nutt nr Walnut. 

Sash and Blind Maker. 

Ivey, S P, cor Brunswick and 
Front. 

Slave Dealers. 

Southerland& Coleman, Princess 
cor 2d. 



Safes. 

Herring's, J R Blossom agt, 4 

s Water. 
Lillie's, Geo H Kelley agt, 27 

Market. 
Steam's & Marvin's DeRosset, 

Brown & Co agts, 6 n Water. 

Scales, 

Fairbank's Platform, Hart & 
Bailey, agts, 15 Front. 



Howe's Platform, T C & B G 

Worth, agts, 20 s Water. 

SMp Chandlers, 

Covell, W K, 4 n Water. 
Neff, J H, cor Dock & Water. 

Segars, Snuff, &c. 

Burkhimer, H, 6 Market, resi- 
dence cor 4th and Ann. 

Loeb & Swarzman, cor Chestnut 
and n Water. 

Marcus, H, Front nr Market. 

VanSickle, 12 Market. 

Wilkinson & Co, 32 Market. 

Sewing Machines. 

Finkle & Lyon's, Geo Myers agt, 

11 and 13 Front. 
Grover & Baker's, Geo H Kelley 

agt, 27 Market. 
Parmenter & Campbell, E T 

Barry agt, 17|- Front. 
Singer's, S Baldwin agt, 38 

Market. 

Stoves and Tin "Ware. 

Marks, W H & Co, 19 Front. 
Turner, L C, cor Princess and 
Front. 



Steam Saw and Planing MUls. 

Chadbourn. J H & Co, 17 n 

Water. 
Dudley, C H, 18 s Water. 
Gibbs, R W, cor Mulberry and 

n Water, (up stairs.) 



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Kidder & Martin, 6 s Water (up 

Northrop, S & W H, s Water. 
Parsley, G & Co, Chestnut nr 
n Water. 

Turpentine Distillers. 

Blossom, J R, 4 s Water. 
Fillyaw, Owen, Front nr Market. 
Love, W & T. 
Nutt, Henry, cor Nutt and Eed 

Cross, 
VanBokkelen, A H, s Water. 
Wooster, John, s Water. 

Upholsterers- 

Polvogt, C, cor Front and 
Princess. 



Smith, J, Princess bt Front and 

Water. 
Webb, H, 23 Front. 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Alexander, I, 55 Market. 
Brown & Anderson, 37 Market. 

"Wines, Ales, &c. 

Barlow, L N, 3 Granite Row. 
Foyles & Galloway, 30 n Water. 
Hansley, E, 37 n Water. 
Loeb & Swarzman, cor Chestnut 

and n Water. 
Meier, J, Dock bt Water and 

Front. 
Myers, Geo, 11 and 13 Front. 
McKoy, TH&Co, 8 s Water. 
Weill & Anathan, 36 n Water. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 103 

JOHN M. CLARK, 

COIIIISSIO^ A^D FORWARDiG 
MERCHANT, 

AND DEALER IN 

LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AND PLASTER HAIR, 

Agent for the STEAMERS 

KATE McLAURIU AND SUN, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

J^^Will give prompt attention to the sale of Country Produce, 
Naval Stores and Cotton. 

ABRAHAM WEILL, SIMON ANATHAN. 

WEILL & AITIAN 

No. 13 Market Street, and No. 36 Water Street, 
WILMINGTOX, N. C. 

STAPLE ANDlicf DRY GOODS. 

WINES, LIQUORS, GI6ABS, &C,, 

MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING-. 



large Stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, AND 
GENTS' FURNISHINa GOODS: also CUTLERY. 



104 GEO. II. KELLEY's WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

J. M. MONK, 

Commission Mercliant, 

^■7 3\rortli "W^tor Stroet, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

.^^"Prompt and Personal attention given to consignments of 
Naval Stores, Cotton, Bacon, Flour, &c., for sale or shipment. 



J. H. PLANNER 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 
COMMISSION & FOEWAEDING 

MERCHANT^ 

OFFICE No. 43 NORTH WATER STREET, 




,5!^Will give prompt personal attention to all business entrusted 
to his care, either for sale or shipment. - Warehouses conveniently 
situated for storing Country Produce. 

^^"Consignments of Cotton, Spirits Turpentine, &c., solicited. 



APPENDIX 



Town Government. 

COMMISSIONERS OF WILMINGTON. 
Mayor — John Dawson. 
S D Wallace, Q Parsley, Samuel R Bunting, W A Wright, 
T C MUter and Alfred Martin. 

OFFICERS APPOINTED BY COMMISSIONERS : 

Clerk and Treas—'K JMorris. Tax Co??ec;or— Thomas H Howey. 
Constable — John G afford. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — James Mitchell. 
Assistant Chief Engineer — W T J Yann, 
Chief Fire Warden — B W Beery. 
Assistant Fire Warden — W T J Vanu. 

Fire Wardens— George Myers, B W Beery, C D Ellis, W T J 
Vann, Edward Kidder. 

E Kidder and C D Ellis to superintend blowing up buildings. 
Lamp Lighter — Dempsey Martin. 



HOWARD RELIEF FIRE COMPANY. 

Re-organized June 6th, 1859. 
Walter Furlong — Foreman. E P Wade — Secretary. 

John Sheppard — 1st Assistant. Daniel Disbrow — Treasxirer. 
Wm Dowling — 2d Assistant. 

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HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY No. 1. 

John Wright — Foreman. 2d Assistant. 

J Kizer— 1st Assistant. J F Bishop — Secij and Treas. 

COMMISSIONERS OF NAVIGATION. 

Office 18 s "Water, (up stairs.) 
George Harriss, T C Worth, W C Fergus, Joseph H Flanner, 
William M Harriss, 

Schools. 

BOARD OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 

Chairman — S D Wallace. 
Win S Larkins, James McDuffie. James Kerr, David Mclntyre, 
Eobert H Tate, Samuel Player and Joseph M Foy. , 



WILMINGTON INSTITUTE. 

L Maginney — Principal, 



WILMINGTON MALE AND FEMALE SEMINARY 
G W Jewett — Princij^l. 



Wilmington Thalian Association. 

Meets at Thalian Hall. 
Donald MacRae — President. Geo. Myers — Vice President. 
Jos. H. Wright — Secy& Treas. F.D.Poisson — Wardrobe-keeper. 

Oakdale Cemetery Company. 

Donald MacRae — President. 
Wm. A. Wright, G. R. French, Edward Kidder, Jno. A. Taylor, 

Owen L. Fillyaw, S. D. Wallace — Directors. 
Asa A. Brown — Secretary and Treasurer. Office in Wilmington 
Savings Bank. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. lOT 



County Officers, Courts, &o. 

^S/iejvJ— Edward D Hall. 
Clerh County Court — Samuel R Bunting. 
Clerk Superior Court — James A Wright. 
Judge U. S. District Court — Asa Biggs. 
Marshal U. S., District N. C. — Wesley Jones. 
Deputy Marshal U. S., District Wilmington — John J Conoley, 
Clerk U. S. District Court — John L Cantwell. 
Clerk and Master Equity—A M Waddell. 
Chairman County Court — James T IMiller. 
Register of Deeds, dx — Jere Nichols. 
Special Magistrate of Town — W T J Vann. 
Constables — Lewis M Williams, John Utley, William H Biddle, 
A Wilder, James P Stringfield, J J Moore. 

inspectors. 

WOOD INSPECTORS. 

Joseph Smith, William Holden. 

PROVISION INSPECTORS. 
David E Bunting, Hiram R Nixon. 

NAVAL STORE INSPECTORS. 
Alfred Alderman, James M Stevenson, James Bowden, John 
S James, George Alderman, John C Bowden, Thomas W Player, 
John M Henderson, B Southerland, William J Price, Robert C 
Johnson, Nathan F Bordeaux. 

TBIBER AND LUMBER INSPECTORS. 
James xilderman, L H Bowden, James S Melvin, Henry W 
Groves, J W Munroe, N Clark, Robert JMaxwell, E Turlington. 



Wilmington Gas Light Company. 

OflSce in Savings Bauk Buikliug. 
Col. John McRae — President. Wm. Hyde — Sec. and Treas. 
Oliver Mcllhenny — Superintendent. 



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Secret Societies. 

ST. JOHN'S LODGE No. 1— MASONIC. 
Meets the last Tuesday Evening in each month at St. John's Hall. 
L Fi\lysi\f— Master. M Newhoff— >S'. W. 

Oliver Mcllhenny — J. W. Jno L Cantwell — Treasurer. 

T M Gardner — Secretary. Henry Spalding — ^S^. D. 

A A Hartsfield— J: D. JO Bovf den— Tyler. 



CONCORD CHAPTER No. 1— MASONIC. 

Meets 1st Monday evening in each month at St. John's Hall. 
Most Ex R G Rankin—^. P. Com. L C Turner— (?. M. Sd V. 



Ex. L FillysiVf—Kiny. 

Ex. T B Carr— ^crt&e. 

Com. P W Fanning— Ca^f. Host. 

" A Martin— i'. >S'. 

" MNewhoff— i?. A. Ca];>t. 



I Northrop—!?. M. Id V. 
W J Price— (?. M. 1st V. 
Jno A Taylor — Treasurer. 
T M Gardner — Secretary. 
E Turlington— ?'^?er. 



CAPE FEAR LODGE NO. 2—1. 0. 0. F. 

Meets Tuesday nighr., at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Asa J Murray — JV. G. W L Smith — Secretary. 

James E Kea — V. G. T H Howey — Treasurer. 

CAMPBELL ENCAMPMENT NO. 1— I. 0. 0. F. 

Meets in the Hall of Cape Fear Lodge 1st and 3d Friday in each month. 
J D Gardner— C. P. Thomas M Gardner— J". W. 

Rev A P Repiton — H. P. R J Jones — Scribe. 

John J Conoley — ;S'. W. Thomas H. Howey — Treasurer. 

Cape Fear Marine Total Abstinence Society. 

Meets at the Seamens' Bethel, on Dock Street, every Monday evening 

immediately after the close of the Prayer Meeting for Seamen. 
Charles D Ellis — President. Geo W Williams— T7ce Pres't. 

William MPoisson—>S'eo-c<ar^. Jas Fleet — Assistant Secretary. 



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Seamens' Friend Society. 

Charles D Ellis— President. B F Mitchell— >S'ec'?/ c& Trcas. 

C D Ellis, Gilbert Potter, Col John McRae, A J DeRosset, 
Gr Parsley — Executive Board. 
Greo AV Williams keeper of the Seamens' Home, cor Front and 
Dock Streets. 



Ladies' Benevolent Society. 

1st Directress — Mrs Kennedy. 4th Directress — JMrs Hallett, 
2d " Mrs Harriss, Secretary — Mrs VanSickle, 

3d " Mrs DeRosset, Treasurer — Miss Lillington. 

Wilmington Library Association. 

Organized June, 1855. 
Dr. J. H. Dickson — President. Donald McRae — Treasurer. 
George Davis — Vice-President. Wm. R. Utley — Secretary. 
Piatt Cowan — Librarian . 

Rev. R. B. Drane, R. H. Cowan, E. D. Hall, S. D. Wallace, 
John A. Taylor, G. J. McRee, J. G. Wvight—Directors. 



iVIilltary. 

WILMINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Organized May 20th, 1853. 
Wm. L. DeRosset — Captain. I. C. Winslow — Ensign. 
R. B. McRae — 1st Lieutenant. A. D. Cazaux — Quarter Master. 
J. C. Mcllhenny— 2c? " C. D. Myers— Orderly. 

H. Savage — dd Lieutenant. 

GERMAN VOLUNTEERS. 
Organized February 22d, 1853. 
C. Cornehlsen — Captain H, G. Hashagen — Zd Lieutenant. 

H. VonGlahn — Is* Lieutenant. W. Deinstbach — Ensign. 
H. VoUers — 2d " J. Mqiqx— Orderly. 



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Banks. 

BANK OF CAPE FEAR. 
T. H. Wnght— President. H. R. Savage— Cas/tter. 

-J. Gr. Burr — Teller. J. D Gardner — Assistant Teller. 

Jos. McLaurin — JBooJc-keejjer. T. H. Hardin — Discount Clerk. 

Discount Day, Wednesday. 

BANK OF WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Jolin MacRae — Presided. S. Jewett — Cashier. 

W. L. Smith — Teller. Wm. Larkins — Booh-heejper, 

T. M. Gardner — Discount Cleric. 

Discount Day, Tuesday. 

BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

John Dawson — President. Wm. Reston — Cashier. 

Wm. D. Smith— TeKer. Jos. H. y^vigh.i—Booh-lcee^per. 

Discount Day, Tuesday. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF AVILMINGTON. 

0. G. Parsley — President. Timothy Savage — Cashier. 

John McRae, Jr — Teller. Asa K. Walker — Book-keeper. 

J. D. Barry — Discount Clerk. 

Discount Day, Monday. 

WILMINGTON SAVINGS BANK. 

John A. Taylor — President. William Hyde — Cashier. 

Discount Day, Saturday. 



Rail Roads. 

WILmNGTON, CHARLOTTE & RUTHERFORD R. ROAD. 

Office cor Market and s Water, (up stairs.) 
H. W. Gmon— President D. S. Cow&n-^ Treasurer E. D. 

John C. ^loR^c-^Chie/Fnff. V. A. McBee— " W. D. 



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WILMINGTON & MANCHESTER RAIL ROAD. 

Thomas D. Walker — Freslclait. Wui, A. Walker — Secretary. 
J. P. Robertson — Gcnl Siqtt. Joseph J. Ling — Treasurer. 
R. B. McRae — General Freight Agent. 

WILMINGTON k WELDON RAIL ROAD. 
Hon. W. S. Ashe — President. J. W. Thompson — Gen. Frt. Agt. 
S. L. ^TLem.oni-Chf.Eng. & Sup. James G. Green — Yard Master. 
Jas. S. Green — Sedy. <& Treas. P. H. Langdon — Aud''r& Svpfs 
S. D. Wallaee-.4.ss^ Sec. & Gen. [Clerh. 

[Ticket Agent. Wm. Smith — Tichet Agent. 



Churches. 

Methodist Episcopal, cor Front and Walnut, Rev. John S. Long, 

Pastor. 
Methodist Episcopal, (S.) 5th bt Church and Castle, Rev. J. H. 

Wheeler, Pastor. 
Baptist, cor Orange and 6th, Rev. A. Paul Repiton, Pastor. 
Baptist, Front bt Ann and Nunn, Rev. J. L. Prichard, Pastor. 
Baptist, (0. S.) Castle bt 5th and 6th, Rev. Aaron Davis, Paster. 
Roman Catholic, Dock bt 2d and 3d, Rev, Thos. Mui-phy, Pastor. 
Episcopal, (St. James',) cor 3Iarket and 3d, Rev. R. B. Drane, 

Pastor. 

Episcopal, (St. John's,) cor 3d and Red Cross, Pastor. 

Episcopal, (St. Paul's,) cor 4th and Orange, Bp. Thos. Atkinson^ 

Pastor. 
Presbyterian, Princess bt 7th and 8th, Rev. M. McQueen, Pastor. 
Presbyterian, (now building.) cor 3d and Orange, Rev. M. B. Greir, 

Pastor. 
Baptist, (now building,) cor Market and 5th, Rev. J. L. Prichard, 

Pastor. 
Lutheran, (now building,) cor Market and 6th, Rev. J. H. Mcn- 

gert, Pastor. 
Seamens' Bethel, Dock bt Front and s Water, — , Pastor. 



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Post*Office. 

WILmNGTON, N. C. 

Daniel Dickson — Post Master. 

Greorge W, Pollock, Joseph L. Jacobs — Assistants. 

Office hours from 7i A. M, to 1 P. M. 2 P. M. to Sundown. 

Sundays 7^ A. M. to 9 A. M. 

Northern Mail, by W. and TV, R. R. , arrives daily at 7 P, M. 

and 5 A. M. Closes IJ and 9 P. M., changing on Sunday from 

1| P. M. to 10 A. M, 

Southern Mail, by W, and M. E. R. , arrives daily at 3| A. M. 
Closes daily at 7 P. M. 

Smithville, N. C. , (horse,) arrives Monday and Friday at 5 P. M. 
Closes Tuesday and Saturday at 7 A. M. 

Onslow Court House, N. C, (horse,) arrives Monday at 9 A. M. 
Closes Thursday at 9 P. M. 



United States Government Officers. 
CUSTOM HOUSE. 

Collector — James T Miller. Weigher & Guagcr-D M Foyles. 

Deputy Collector — W J Price. Inspector — T. B. Burnett. 
Surveyor — H R Nixon. Inspectors (t* Measurers — Wm F 

Naval Officer — Wm N Peden. [Burch and Uriah Sullivan. 

Consuls. 

British Vice-Consid — Don McRae, n Water. 
Spanish Vice-Consul — F^J Lord, 6 n Water. 
BraziUian Yice-Consul — G- Parsley, Jr, cor n Water and Mul- 
berry, (up stairs.) 



L. A. HART, JOHN C. BAILEY. 

WIL.MINGTON 

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HART & BAILEY, Proprietors, 

FRONT STREET, BELOW MARKET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

PRACTICAL RT^ILDEPuS OF 

PORTABLE and STATIONARY 



STEAM Ens 

(,)f any rcfjuired jmwer nnd kind of ))oik'v: 




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SAW Al GRIST MILLS, m (.EARI^GS, 

niid niiv otluM- kind of MACHTNKRV made in any cstalili.slmu'nt Sontli. 
IFave on had a large variety of 

PJiTTSmHS for MiiCHmosaT 

Now in c-oncral use in tlic siirroundinir (•(mntry. AVill snpj.ly 



Of all kinds of lUiicliincry and mill work. 

TURPENTINE STILLS AND COPPER WORK 

In all its branclu's. All kinds of 

IROISr & BRASS CASTINGS, 

I'inislicd or nnfinislicd. at short notice: 

OW Machinery OverhaHled aod Repaired. 

iC-g^'All Avork warranted to he as represented. 

In eonneetiou with the ahnve estahlishnient. we have on hand a larjre stock of j 
RIT13RKR and LKATilKR IJELTlNi;. LACING, PA(^KIN(I, RIVETS, and 
MILLS. MILL and CI KCULAR SAWS of any size and gauge, furnished at 
short notice, ^ j 



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This hook must not 
he taken from the 
Lihravy huilding. 



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SIMON B. KAHNWEILEE. 



MOREIS M. KATZ. 




Sontb West Corner Front and Market Streets, 



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MILLINERY, 

Linens, Embroideries, Laces, 
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. 



CONSTANTIA^ ON IIAXU A FTU.L ASS0RT3IENT OF 

liiffi' iD liiTHS' CLIIfHIill 

BOOTS, SHOES, &c. 



GEORGE MYfiJBS, 

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