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GENERAL INDEX. 

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Page. 

Architectural League 137 

Associate Justices 49 

Association of Academies 119 

Attorney-Generals 49 

Bankers' Association 130 

Eank Examiners 3 

Banks and Bankers 82 

Baptist Church 100 

Bar Association 133 

Board on Crop Pests 3 

Board Charities 3 

Board Medical Examiners 133 

Board of Pensions 3 

Board of Internal Improvements .... 5 

Board of School Examiners 5 

Bonds, City and County 127 

Bonds, State 128 

Calendar 148 

Catholic Church 105 

Census of 1000 125 

Census of School Children 122 

Chief Justices Supreme Court 49 

Christian (Disciples) Church 105 

Clerks Supreme Court 49 

Colonial Dames 133 

Commissioners of Labor 55 

Confederate Veterans 69 

| Congregational Church .. 123 

Congressional Vote 44' 

Corporation Commission 3 

Cotton and Woolen Mills 78 

Cotton Consumption of South 81 

Cotton Crops of States 42 

Cotton Growers' Association 56 

Cotton Mills Incorporated 1900 81 

Cotton Mills North and South 81 

County Affaiis and Officials ..... 11 

County Superintendents of Health... 85 
County Superintendents of Schools.. 120 

Criminal Court Calendar 53 

Daughters of Confederacy 133 

Daughters of Revolution 133 

Dem. State Executive Committee.... 66 

Democratic State Platform 65 

Dental Association 99 

Eclipses for 1901 147 

Educational Institutions 118 

Electoral Vote 137 

Electoral Vote of North Carolina.... 56 

Evangelical Lutheran Church 109 

Executive Department 3 

Experiment Station 133 

Farmers' Alliance 70 

Firemen's Association 123 

First-Class Post-Offices 68 

Fish and Fisheries 99 

Former Commissioners Agriculture.. 55 

Former Judges Supreme Court 50 

Free Will Baptist Church 107 

Funeral Directors' Association 70 

Graded Schools and Superintendents 119 

Giand Army of the Republic 73 

Governors of State 56 

Grand Chaplain, R. A. Masons 71 

Grand Commandry, Knights Templar 71 
Grand Encampment, I. O. O. F 72 



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Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F 72 

Grand Lodge Masons 70 

House of Representatives 140 

Insurance Department 3 

Judicial Officers 49 

Judiciary Department 5 

Junior O. U. A. M 71 

Justices U. S. Supreme Court 51 

Knights of Pythias 72 

Labor Organizations 135 

Librarians, State 121 

Legal Holidays 73 

Legislative Department . ." 5 

Libraries 57 

List of Physicians 85 

Literary and Historical Association. '.•:'. 

Marshals Supreme Court 49 

Medical Society 133 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South.. 110 
Methodist Protestant Church ...^.. 115 

Moravian Church w 1)5 

Negroes' Higher Institutions 122 

Newspapers , 74 

North Carolina Geological Survey... 3 

North Carolinians in Congress 9 

N. C. Sec. Amer. Chem. Society 71 

Orphanages 123 

I'liarmaccutical Association 70 

Popular Vote for President, 1900 47 

Population of Towns 4^ 

Population of State 48 

Population since aojO 128 

Populist State Executive Com ii7 

Populist State Platform 60 

Postmasters (2d and 3d class) 68 

Practising Attorneys 94 

Preface 1 

Presbyterian Church 115 

Presidential Vote 46 

Presidents United States Senate 55 

Press Association 99 

Primitive Baptist Church 104 

Prohibition State Committee 67 

Prohibition State Platform 59 

Property Valuations 131 

Protestant Episcopal Church 106 

Railroad Commissioners 55 

Railroads 57 

Red Men, Great Council 72 

Reformed Church 109 

Religious Denominations 100 

Republican State Executive Com 67 

Republican State Platform 60 

Seasons for 1901 147 

Secretaries of Navy 55 

Secretaries of State 55 

Senate of United States 138 

Senatorial Primary 16 

Signers of Declaration 133 

Society of Friends 1"T 

Solicitors 50 

Southern Christian Convention 104 

South Atlantic Lumber Association.. 84 
Speakers of United States House. .. 55 
Speakers nf North Carolina House., "i 
Speakers of North Carolina Senate... ~A 



INDEX— Continued. 



Page. 

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Hers 55 

i v griculture 5 

lucation 3 

f Health 85 

Di bt and Im 128 

Di ntal Association 99 

i loard 5 

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Horticultural Society 98 

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ii Isbursements. .. 128 

!'i. i;i] Vote, 1900 43 

s - Ass'n 98 

irefs 55 

"f Crime 53 

Suffrage Amendment 58 

Summary Religious Denominations.. 117 



Page. 

Supreme Court 49 

Sup* rior Court Calendar 51 

Superior Court Judges 70 

Supreme Court Reporters 49 

Taxes 1898, 1899, 1909 130 

Telegraph Companies 57 

Tobacco Statistics 130 

Truck and Fruit Growers' Ass'n 123 

United States Courts 51 

United States Senators 56 

Vote for Congress 44 

Vote for Governor 77 

Vote for State Officers 43 

Vote on Constitutional Amendment.. 44 

Water Powers 136 

Weather Signals 146 

Weights and Measures 144 

Woman's Chris. Tern. Union 103 

Young Men's Christian Ass'n 117 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Page. 

B. F. Johnson & Co 1 

Kellam Cancer Hospital Cover. 

oard Air Line, inside page of cover. 
Va. -Carolina Chem. Co., outside last 

e Cover. 

Merchants National Bank 2 

University Publishing Company 4 

John L. Williams & Sons 6 

Va. Fin- and Marine Ins. Co 6 

Lit'. Ins. Co. of Va 8 

or Pump and Well Co 8 

Univ. of X. C. Law School 10 

John R. Williams & Co 10 

Tower-Rinford Electric & M'f'g Co... 10 

Smithdeal Business College 12 

Sydnor & Hundley 12 

Va. State Ins. Co 12 

The Worthington Co 12 

Nottingham & Wrenn Co 14 

Pa nk of Commerce 14 

Norfolk Pank 16 

St. Mary's School 16 

Hank 18 

Norfolk & Southern R. R. Co 18 

Marine Bank 20 

Dobler & Mudge 20 

Edward H. Best & Co 20 

Hill & Mass< y 20 

Young & S'ldon 22 

Fertilizer Chem. Works 22 

Southern Oil and Supply Co 24 

Liddell Company 24 



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Preston Fiddis Co 

Tucker's Granite & Marble Works... 

Oxford Seminary 

A. H. Washburn 

Silver, Burdett & Co 

The S. B. Alexander, Jr., Co 

Duplex Printing Press Co 

Raleigh Marble Works 

Simpson Shields Shoe Co 

City Xational Bank 32 

American Book Company 64 

N. C. College of A. and M. Arts .... 119 

Greensboro Female College 120 

X'. C. State Normal & Ind. College.. 121 

Wharton, Photographer 122 

Feele's Business College 122 

Atlantic Hotel, Morehead City 123 

Atlantic Coast Line 124 

Commercial and Farmers Bank 126 

Charles Pearson. Architect 132 

Twentieth Century State Fair 134 

Richardson & Co 134 

Mechanics' and Investors" Union .... 135 

Southern Electric Company 136 

Continental Fruit Company 139 

Edwards & Broughton 139 

State Fair 140 

I Dion Central Life Insurance Co 141 

Hotel Sherwood 134 

The Raleigh Times 142 

P.aptist Female University 143 

Southern Manufacturing Co Margins. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



NEWSPAPSRS.— The Salisbury Daily 
Sun, D., d., Joe X. Roeche and Clint 
N. Brown, Publish* rs. 

SUPREME COURT OF N. C— Chief 
William T. Faircloth died on 
1 1 !9th. 

LEGISLATURE, HOUSE.— Post-office 
address of E. C. Beddingfield, of 
Wake, is Raleigh, X. C, Rural Deliv- 
ery, net Nl U 

DEMOCRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE 



COMMITTEE.— Post-office address of 
Wilson G. Lamb is Williamston, not 
Wilmington. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE ADV'T.— Mr. R. 
E. L. Bunch, formerly of Ral igh, has 
just been appointed General Passen- 
ger Agent. 

TREASURY DEPARTMEXT. — Chal- 
mers Glenn, of Forsyth, Assistant 
Clerk, and Miss May Jones, cf Bun- 
combe, Stenographer. 



The North Carolina Year Book. 

t^* St?* (!?• 

There has long been felt the need of an annual publication in North 
Carolina which would be to the State what the World Almanac is to the 
United States. "Please give me the name of the sheriff of X county?" 
"What is the tax rate in Y county?" "What is the name of the weekly 
paper at the town of Z?" "Who is the cashier of the national bank at A, 
and what is its capital?" "What was the vote in B county for Governor at 
the last election?" "How many spindles in the D cotton mills?" "Who Is 
Grand Master of Masons in North Carolina?" "Who was Governor in 1812?" 
These are some of the many questions that are asked every day about the 
State. In many instances, the information cannot be obtained without corres- 
pondence, and in nearly all much time and research is required to give the 
answer to information that ought to be easily obtained, while in the case 
of some inquiries the information cannot be had at all. 

In order to supply this "long-felt want" the editor has determined to 
publish on the first day of every January THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR 
BOOK. This first issue has been wholly prepared in less than two months. 
It is not perfect. It is not complete. There must be a No. 1 of all things, 
however, and this is presented as an earnest of better things. If there be any 
good in it, it will improve like old brandy from year to year. This number 
contains much information that has never before been collated. Other mat- 
ter heretofore printed has been corrected, verified, condensed. "Boil it down" 
has been the motto, to the end that as much as possible could be crowded 
into every page. 

As to the motive that has induced the preparation and publication of the 
Year Book, the editor has hoped thereby to render a public service and at the 
same time advance the interests of the News and Observer, which is always 
seeking to promote every oause that helps the State. He could not truly say 
that the influence that made "Poor Richard's Almanac" an institution was 
present with him, but copies here Ben Franklin's preface to his first Al- 
manac, as illustrative of Poor Richard's genius: 

"I might in this place attempt to gain thy favor, by declaring that I 
write almanacks with no other view than the publick good; but in this I 
should not be sincere; and men are now adays too wise to be deceiv'd by pre- 
tences how specious soever. The plain truth of the matter is I am excessive 
poor," etc:. 

Accuracy has been the aim in every instance, and it is believed, when the 
magnitude of the undertaking is considered, that few errors have crept into 
the compilation, which has received conscientious labor and research. The 
experience in this Year Book will enable the editor to make the number for 
1902 a great improvement on number one. The Year Book is established as 
a permanent institution. It is the ambition of the editor to make it so 
valuable that no well organized business house or home In the Common- 
wealth can be without it, to make it a vade mecum to all who desire infor- 
mation about North Carolina, or North Carolina affairs, or North Carolinians. 
The short time given to preparation has prevented the gathering of statistics 
along some lines of business and endeavor that are important. This defect 
will be remedied in future numbers. Any suggestion as to additional features 
will be appreciated. 

Thanks are due for assistance to many friends, particularly to the clerks 
of the Superior Court of the ninety-seven counties, the officers of many or- 
ganizations, and to all who have kindly furnished the information that gives 
value to this publication. THE EDITOR. 

Raleigh, N. C, January 1, 1901. 



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JOHN P. BRANCH Pn JOHN KERR BRANCH, Vice-President. 

JOHN F. GLENN, Cashier. 



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terms. Liberal terms extended to Banks and Bankers. 
We invite correspondence of those contemplating opening 
accounts. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— Executive Department 



North Carolina State Government. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



GOVERNOR— Charles Brantley Ay- 
cock, of Wayne. 

LIEUT -GOVERNOR— Wilfred D. Tur- 
ner, of Iredell. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOV- 
ERNOR— P. M. Pearsall, of Craven. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Julia How- 
ell, of Wayne. 

SECRETARY OP STATE— J. Bryan 
Grimes, of Pitt. 

CHIEF CLERK TO SECRETARY OF 
STATE— George Norwood, of Wake. 

STATE TREASURER— Benj. R. Lacy, 
of Wake. 

CHIEF CLERK, TREASURY DE- 
PARTMENT— W. F. Moody, of Meck- 
lenburg. 

CLERK FOR INSTITUTIONS— John P. 
Arrington, of Nash. 

STATE AUDITOR— Benj. F. Dixon, of 
Cleveland. 

CHIEF CLERK TO AUDITOR— H. T. 
Hudson, of Cleveland. 

PENSION CLERK-Wm. H. Bain, of 
Wake. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Robert D. 
Gilmer, of Havwood. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN- 
STRUCTION— Thomas F. Toon, of Robe- 
son. 

CHIEF CLERK— John Duckett, of 
Robeson. 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL— B. S. Roy- 
ster, of Granville. 

STATE LIBRARIAN— M. O. Sherrill, 
of Catawba. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC 
BUILDINGS— C. C. Cherry, of Edge- 
combe. 

STATE STANDARD KEEPER— A. L. 
Moore, of Wake. 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND 
PRINTING— Henry B. Varner, of David- 
son. 

CHIEF CLERK— W. E. Faison, of 
Wake. 

Governor's Council. 

The Secretary of State, Treasurer, Au- 
ditor, and Superintendent of Public In- 
struction. 

State Board of Education. 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
and Attorney-General. 

Board of Public Buildings and 

Grounds. 

The Governor, Secretary of State, 
Treasurer, and Attorney-General. 



State Board of Pensions. 

The Governor, Auditor, Treasurer, and 
Attorney-General. 

County Boards of Pensions. 

The Clerk of the Court, Register of 
Deeds, Sheriff, and Chairman of Board 
of County Commissioners. 

Board of Internal Improvements. 

First District— E. F. Lamb, Elizabeth 
City. 

Second District — J. W. Grainger, Kin- 
ston. 

Third District— W. J. Adams, Car- 
thage. 

Fourth District — Armistead Jones, Ra- 
leigh. 

Fifth District— C. M. Parks, Hillsboro. 

Sixth District— R. D. Caldwell, Luni- 
bcrton. 

Seventh District — A. H. Boyden, Salis- 
bury. 

Eighth District— Clement Manly, Win- 
ston. 

Ninth District — W. T. Lee, Waynes- 
ville. 

President — Armistead Jones. 

Secretary — E. F. Lamb. 

Corporation Commission. 

Franklin McNeill, of New Hanover, 
Chairman. (Term expires 1907.) 

Samuel L. Rogers, of Macon. (Term 
expires 1905.) 

D. H. Abbott, of Pamlico. (Term ex- 
pires April 1, 1903.) 

Henry C. Brown, of Surry, Chief 
Clerk. 

Board of Charities. 

Charles Duffy, M. D. (chairman), Cra- 
ven county. 
Wesley N. Jones, Wake county. 
William A. Blair, Forsyth county. 
S. W. Reid, Mecklenburg county. 
C. B. Denson, Wake county, secretary. 

North Carolina Geological Survey. 

J. A. Holmes, State Geologist; J. V. 
Lewis, Assistant Geologist; W. W. Ashe, 
Forrester; E. W. Myers, Assistant; Jo- 
seph H. Pratt, Mineralogist. Office in 
Agricultural Building, Raleigh. 

State Bank Examiners. 

Dr. George F. Lucas, of Pender; \V. 
B. Shaw, of Vance; Arthur E. Rankin, 
of Buncombe. 

State Insurance Department. 

James R. Young, of Vance, Insurance 
Commissioner; W. W. Willson, of Wake, 
Clerk. 



Stanbarb ^Literature Series. 

Arranged by Subjects, Showing Grading by Years. 



AMERICAN HISTORY. 

Paper. 

Deerslayer (Cooper) For 5th and 6th years $ 20 

-Shoe Robinson (Kennedy) For 6th and «th years 20 

kerbocker Stories (Irving) For 7th and 8th years 12% 

[ohicana (Cooper) For 7th year 20 

r) For 6th and 7th years 20 

gny (Cooper For 6th and 7th years 12% 

Water Witch (Cooper) For 7th year <£ 

ward !lo! (Kingsley) For 7th and 8th years 20 

(Simms) For 7th and 8th years 20 

aman's Fireside (Paulding) For 5th and 6th years 12% 

ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH HISTORY. 

Harold (Bulwer-Lytton) For 8th year 

Ivanhoe (Scott) For 7th year 

Kt nil worth (Scott) For 6th and 7th years 

Rob Roy (Scott) For 6th and 7th years 

Tales of a Grandfather (Scott) For 6th year 



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FRENCH, SPANISH, AND ROMAN HISTORY. 



Alhambra (Irving) For 6th and 7th years 12% 

Last Days of Pompeii (Bulwer-Lytton) ...For 7th year 20 

Ninetv-Three (Hugo) For 7th year 20 

Peasant and Prince (Martineau) For 6th and 7th years 20 

FOR PRIMARY GRADES. 

Fairy Tales (For Second School Year) For 2d year 12y 2 

Robinson Crusoe (DeFoe) For 3d and 4th years 12% 

Swiss Family Robinson (Wyss) For 4th year 12% 

Wonder Book (Hawthorne, four stories) ..For 4th year 12% 

FOR INTERMEDIATE AND GRAMMAR GRADES. 

Black Beauty (Seawell) For 2d year 

Christmas Stories (Dickens' For 5th and 6th years 

Gulliver's Travels (Swift) For 6th and 7th years 

Little Nell (Dickens) For 6th and 7th years 

Paul Dom'oey (Dickens) For 6th and 7th years 

Pilgrim's Progress (Bunyan) For 5th year 12% 

Round the World in SO Days (Verne) For 5th year ... 

Twice Told Tales (Hawthorne) For 7th and 8th years 

Two Years Before the Mast (Dana) For 6th year 

Snow Image (Hawthorne) For 5th year 

FOR CRITICAL STUDY OF ENGLISH. 

(In Grammar and High Schools.) 

David Copperfield's Childhood (Dickens) .Complete 

Enoch Ardcn and Other Poems (Tennyson) Full Text 

Evangeline (Longfellow) Full Text 

Seng of Hiawatha (Longfellow) Full Text 

G reat Authors Each Selection Complete 

Lay of the Last Minstrel (Scott) Full Text 

Lady of the Lake (Scott) Full Text 

Prisoner of Chillon and Other Poems (Byron) 

Poems of Knightly Adventure Each Selection Complete 

Silas Marner (Eliot) Complete 

Sketch Book (Irving) Eight Complete Selections.. 

Vicar of Wakefield (Goldsmith) Complete 

CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. 

Address UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING COMPANY, 

43-47 East Tenth Street, New York. 

W. B. KENDRICK, Raleigh, N. C. 



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EXECUTIVE, JUDICIARY, AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS. 



State Board of School Examiners. 

T. F. Toon Raleigh. 

L. L. Hobbs Guilford College. 

Rev. J. A. Campbell Buie's Creek. 

M. C. S. Noble Chapel Hill. 

State Board of Agriculture. 
J 110. S. Cunningham (Ch'n) Cunningham 

M. B. Pitt Old Sparta. 

C. McArtan Lillington. 

R. H. Jones Raleigh. 

A. T. McCallum Red Springs. 

W. A. Graham Machpelah. 

J. W. Bailey Raleigh. 

L. G. Waugh Dobson. 

N. L. Barnard Franklin. 

J. B. Coffleld Everetts. 

W. R. Capehart Avoca. 

J. A. Stevens Goldsboro. 

J. C. Bunch Oak Ridge. 

G. L. Weston Biltmore. 

J. B. Grimes Grimesland. 

W. C. Sprinkle Marshall. 

Howard Browning Littleton. 

J. D. Maultsby Whiteville. 

J. C. L. Harris Raleigh. 

H. E. King Raleigh. 

J. R. Joyce Reidsville. 

George E. Flow Monroe. 

S. F. Shore Shore. 

J. C. Ray Boone. 

Executive Committee— John S. Cun- 
ningham, Chairman; J. B. Grimes, L. G. 
Waugh, W. A. Graham, Geo. F. Weston, 
M. B. Pitt, J. C. L. Harris. 

Finance Committee— J. B. Coffleld, 
Chairman; N. L. Barnard, W. R. Cape- 
hart, J. A. Stevens, A. T. McCallum. 
OFFICERS. 
S. L. Patterson, Commissioner. 
J. W. Thompson, Assistant, in charge 
of Immigration. 
T. K. Bruner, Secretary. 
Cooper Curtice, State Veterinarian. 
B. W. Kilgore, State Chemist. 
Gerald McCarthy, Acting Entomologist 
and Botanist. 

H. P. Dortch, Jr., Chief Fertilizer In- 
SDcctor. 

W. A. Graham, Assistant Fertilizer In- 
spector. 

STATE INSTITUTIONS. 
THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA— Chapel Hill; Francis Pres- 
ton Venable, Ph. D., President. 

NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF 
AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC 
ARTS— Raleigh; George T. Winston, LL. 
D. President. 

THE STATE NORMAL AND INDUS- 
TRIAL COLLEGE— Greensboro; Dr. 
Charles D. Mclver, President. 

AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE FOR THE COLORED RACE 
—Greensboro; James B. Dudley, Presi- 
dent. 

NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION 
FOR THE DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND— 
Raleigh; John E. Ray, A. M., Principal. 

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NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR 
THE DEAF AND DUMB— Morganton; 
E. McK. Goodwin, M. A., Sup't. 

CENTRAL HOSPITAL— Raleigh; Dr. 
George L. Kirby, Sup't. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Morganton; 
P. L. Murphy, M. D., Sup't. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— Goldsboro; 
J. F. Miller, M. D., Sup't. 

CENTRAL PRISON— Raleigh; E. L. 
Travis, Halifax, Chairman of Board; W. 
H. Day, Superintendent, Raleigh; F. 
B. Arendell, Raleigh, Manager and Pur- 
chasing Agent. 

OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM— Oxford; 
under auspices of Grand Lodge of Ma- 
sons; W. J. Hicks, Sup't. Partly sup- 
ported by the State. 

State Election Board. 

Walter H. Neal, of Laurinburg, Chair- 
man. 

Wilson G. Lamb, of Williamston. 

J. D. McNeill, of Fayetteville. 

E. H. Wilson, of Winston. 

The Governor. 

The Secretary of State. 

Secretaries, W. W. Willson and Chas. 
S. Lambeth, of Raleigh. 

State elections for all State and county 
officers are held the first Thursday in 
August. State officers hold for four 
years; county officers for two years, ex- 
cept the Clerk of the Court, who is 
elected in 1902 for four years. Presi- 
dential electors and members of the 
National House of Representatives and 
electors are chosen on the first Monday 
of November. 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

[See "Court Calendar for 1901" for 
name and address of all officers of the 
Judiciary Department.] 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



SENATE. 

First District— Currituck, Camden, 
Pasquotank, Hertford, Gates, Chowan, 
Perquimans— W. H. Bray, D., Shawboro; 
S. C. Vann, D., Edenton. 

Second District— Tyrrell, Washington, 
Martin, Dare, Beaufort, Hyde, Pamlico— 
I. W. Miller, D., Bayboro; H. S. Ward, 
D., Plymouth. 

Third District— Northampton, Bertie— 
S. J. Calvert, D., Jackson. 

Fourth District— Halifax— E. L. Travis, 
D., Halifax. 

Fifth District— Edgecombe— R. H. 
Speight, D., Wrendale. 

Sixth District— Pitt— F. G. James, D., 
Greenville. „ . 

Seventh District— Wilson, Nash, 
Franklin— T. M. Arrington, D., Rocky 
Mount; J. E. Woodard, D., Wilson. 

Eighth District— Craven, Jones, Car- 
teret, Lenoir, Onslow, Greene— J. E. W. 
Sugg, D., Snow Hill; T. D. Warren, D., 
Trenton. 



John L. Willams & 5ons, 



BA NKERS 



Cor. Iff* 

and Main Streets, 



Richmond, Va. 



ORGANIZED 1832. 

ASSETS, 



tested for 68 years 

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OF RICHMOND. VA. 



All descriptions of property in country and town, private 

or public, insured at current rates. 

AGENCIES IN EVERY TOWN AND COUNTY. 



WM. H. PALMER, Pres. W. H. McCARTHY, Sec'y. 

DIRECTORS : 

W. J. LEAKE, W. O. NOLTING, WM. H. PALMER, 

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Ninth District— Duplin, Wayne, Pen- 
der — B. F. Aycock, D., Fremont; J T. 
Foy, D., Scott's Hill. 

Tenth District— New Hanover, Bruns- 
wick—Geo. L. Morton, D., Wilmington. 

Eleventh District — Warren, Vance — J. 
E. Burroughs, D., Dabney. 

Twelfth District— Wake— N. B. Brough- 
ton, D., Raleigh. 

Thirteenth District — Johnston— Allen 
K. Smith, D., Smithfield. 

Fourteenth District— Sampson, Har- 
nett, Bladen — George. H. Currie, D., 
Clarkton; E. N. Robeson, P., Tar Heel. 

Fifteenth District— Columbus, Robeson 
—Jos. A. Brown, D., Chadbourn; Stephen 
McTntyre, D., Lumberton. 

Sixteenth District— Cumberland— Jas. 
D. McNeill, D., Fayetteville. 

Seventeenth District — Granville, Per- 
son— Jas. A. Long, D., Roxboro. 

Eighteenth District — Caswell, Ala- 
mance, Orange, Durham — R. W. Scott, 
D., Melville; Howard A. Foushee, D., 
Durham. 

Nineteenth District— Chatham— Henry 
A. London, D., Pittsboro. 

Twentieth District — Rockingham — Wm. 
Lindsay, D., Reidsville. 

Twenty-first District— Guilford— James 
D. Glenn, D., Greensboro. 

Twenty-s e c o n d District— Randolph, 
Moore— W. P. Wood, D., Asheboro. 

Twenty-third D i s trie t— Richmond 
Scotland, Montgomery, Anson, Union- 
Cameron Morrison, D., Rockingham; J. 

A. Leak, D., Wadesboro. 
Twenty-fourth District — Cabarrus and 

Stanly— H. C. McAllister, D., Mt. 
Pleasant. 
Twenty-fifth District— Mecklenburg— S. 

B. Alexander, D., Charlotte. 
Twenty-sixth District — Rowan, David- 
son—John S. Henderson, D., Salisbury; 
Jonn C. Thomas, D., Midway. 

Twenty-seventh District — Iredell, Da- 
vie, Yadkin — J. C. Pinnix, R., Marler; 
T. M. Stikeleather, P., Turnersburg. 

Twenty-eighth District — Stokes, Surry 
— S. E. Marshall, R., White Plains. 

Twenty-ninth District — Catawba, Lin- 
coln, Alexander, Wilkes — Thos. J. Dula, 
R., Wilkesboro; J. O. Mcintosh, P., 
Lincolnton. 

Thirtieth District — Alleghany, Ashe, 
Watauga— L. Michael, R., Rutherwood. 

Thirty-first District— Caldwell, Burke, 
McDowell, Mitchell, Yancey— Van. Mil- 
ler, R., Lenoir; Marion Buchanan, R., 
Eakersville. 

Thirty-second District — Gaston, Cleve- 
land, Rutherford, Polk— M. H. Justice, 
D., Rutherfordton; E. Y. Webb, D., 
Shelby. 

Thirty-third District — Buncombe, Madi- 
son, Haywood -J. 51. Gudger, D., Ashe- 
ville; W. W. Stringfield, D., Waynes- 
ville. 

Thirty-fourth D i s t r i c t— Henderson, 
Transylvania, Jackson, Swain — Jas. M. 
Candler, R., Webster. 



Thirty-fifth District— Macon, Chero 
Clay, Graham— J. L. Crisp, R., St. 

Democrats 39 

Republicans 8 

Populists 3 

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HOUSE. 

Alamance— Elijah Long, D., McCays. 

Alleghany— Jos. C. Feilds, D. Amelia. 

Ashe — Hiram Weaver, R., Lansing. 

Alexander— C. J. Carson, R., Taylor- 
ville. 

Anson— L. D. Robinson, D., Wades- 
boro. 

Beaufort— B. B. Nicholson, D., Wash- 
ington. 

Bertie — F. D. Winston, D., Windsor. 

Bladen— E. F. McCullock, D., White 
Oak. 

Brunswick— Dr. D. B. McNeill, D., 
Supply. 

Buncombe — Locke Craig, D., Ashe- 
ville; J. C. Curtis, D., Luther. 

Burke — J. F. Spainhour, D., Morgan- 
ton. 

Camden — G. C. Barco, D., Camden. 

Chatham— R. H. Hayes, D., Pittsboro; 
J. D. Mclver, D., Corinth. 

Cumberland— E. R. McKethan, D., 
Fayetteville; F. R. Hall, D., Falcon. 

Cabarrus — W. H. Morris, D., Concord. 

Caldwell— John B. Isbell, R., Lenoir. 

Carteret— N. W. Taylor, D., Beaufort. 

Caswell— W. S. Wilson, D., Gatewood. 

Catawba — W. B. Gaither, D., Newton. 

Cherokee— W. G. Payne, R., Hot 
House. 

Chowan— W. D. Welch, D., Gliden. 

Clay — R. T. Coleman, R., Hayesville. 

Cleveland— C. R. Hoey, D., Shelby. 

Columbus— D. C. Allen, D., Amour. 

Craven — H. B. Pierce, D., New Bern. 

Currituck — S. M. Beasley, D., Poplar 
Branch. 

Davidson— H. H. Hartley, D., Tyro 
Shops. 

Davie— C. M. Sheets, R., Mocksville. 

Dare— C. T. Williams, D., Avon. 

Duplin— D. L. Carlton, D., Kenansvillc 

Durham— R. G. Russell, D., South 
Lowell. 

Edgecombe— E. L. Daughtridge, D., 
Rocky Mount; B. F. Shelton, D., Speed. 

Forsyth — J. B. Whitaker, D., Winston- 
Salem; F. T. Baldwin, D., Winston- 
Salem. 

Franklin— W. H. Yarborough. D., 
Louisburg. 

Gaston— O. F. Mason, D., Dallas. 

Gates— L. L. Smith, I)., Gatesville. 

Granville— A. W. Graham. I).. Oxford; 
W. H. P. Jenkins, D., Jeffreys. 

Graham— W. F. Mauney, D., Robbins- 
ville. 

Greene— F. L. Carr, D., Castorhi. 

Guilford— T. E. Whitaker, I'.. Oafc 
Ridge; W. Rot.inson, D., High Point. 

Halifax— W. F. Parker, I).. Enfield; 
W. P. White, D., Hobgood. 

Harnett— W. A. Stewart, D., Dunn. 



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N. C. IN CONGRESS— RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



Haywood— Joe Collins, D., Waynes- 
ville. 

Henderson— O. V. P. Blythe, R., Hen- 
dersonville. 

Hertford— L. J. Lawrence, D., Mur- 
freesboro. 

Hyde— Julius Mann, D., Middleton. 

Iredell— A. D. Watts, D., Statesville; 
Dr. S. W. Stevenson, D., Mooresville. 

Jackson— W. E. Moore, D., Webster. 

Johnston — C. Richardson, D., Archer; 
John M. Morgan, D., Benson. 

Jones— A. H. White, D., Pollockville. 

Lenoir— W. W. Carraway, D., Kin- 
ston. 

Lincoln— Jack Reinhardt, D., Rein- 
hardt. 

Macon— H. D. Dean, D., Franklin. 

Madison— I. N. Ebbs, R., Hot Springs. 

Martin— H. W. Stubbs, D., Williarn- 
ston. 

McDowell— M. F. Morphew, D., Marion. 

Mecklenburg— F. M. Shannonhouse, D., 
Charlotte; C. H. Duls, D., Charlotte; W. 
E. Ardrey, D., Ardrey. 

Mitchell— J. E. Burlison, R., Spruce 
Pine. 

Montgomery— R. N. Page, D., Bisco. 

Moore— A. A. F. Seawell, D., Jones- 
boro. 

Nash— C. F. Ellen, D., Rocky Mount. 

New Hanover— George Rountree, D., 
Wilmington; M. S. Willard, D., Wil- 
mington. 

Northampton— F. R. Harris, D., Jack- 
son. 

Onslow— Frank Thompson, D., Jack- 
sonville. 

Orange— S. M. Gattis, D., Hillsboro. 

Pasquotank— T. P. Nash, D., Eliza- 
beth City. 

Pender— J. R. Bannerman, D., Banner- 
mans. 

Polk— John W. McFarland, R., Poors 
Ford. 

Pamlico— George Dees, D., Vanceboro. 

Perquimans— Thos. R. Ward, D., Bel- 
videre. 

Person— W. T. Bradshaw, D., Roxboro. 

Pitt— W. J. Nichols, D., Greenville; 
Thomas H. Barnhill, D., Grindool. 

Randolph— John T. Brittain, D., Ashe- 
boro; Charles Ross, D., Asheboro. 

Richmond— A. J. Little, D., Littles 
Mills. 

Robeson— G. B. Patterson, D., Max- 
ton; J. S. Oliver, D., Affinity. 

Rockingham— J . Robert Garrett, D., 
Thompsonville; J. H. Lane, D., Leaks- 
ville. 

Rowan— R. Lee Wright, D., Salisbury; 
L. H. Rothrock, D., Rockwell. 

Rutherford— J. F. Alexander, D., For- 
est City. 

Sampson— W. Y. Duncan, P., Clinton; 
E. B. Owen, P., Clinton. 

Stanly— M. E. Blalock, D., Norwood. 

Stokes— R. J. Petree, R., Germanton. 
Surry— Samuel G. Brim, R., Brim. 

Scotland— Hector McLean, D., Laurin- 
burg. 



Swain— John Burnett, R., Almond. 

Transylvania— R. H. Zachary, D., 
Jeptha. 

Tyrrell — A. W. Owens, D., Columbia. 

Union— R. S. Bivens, D., Monroe. 

Vance — W. B. Daniel, D., Epsom. 

Wake— E. C. BeddingHeld, D., Neuse; 
John P. Pearson, D., Apex; R. N. Simms, 
D., Raleigh. 

Warren— S. G. Daniel, D., Littleton. 

Washington— T. W. Blount, D., Roper. 

Watauga— W. H. Calloway, R., Foscoe. 

Wayne— W. R. Allen, D., Goldsboro; 
George E. Hood, D., Goldsboro. 

Wilson — H. G. Connor, D., Wilson. 

Wilkes— H. L. Green, D., Wilkcsboro; 
Edward O. Mastin, R., Wilkcsboro. 

Yadkin— F. B. Benbow, R., Yadkin- 
ville. 

Yancey— W. M. Mcintosh, R., Bee Log. 

Democrats 101 

Republicans 17 

Populists 2 

'.otal 120 

NORTH CAROLINA IN CONGRESS. 

Senate. 

Jeter C. Pritchard (Republican), Mar- 
shall; term expires March 4, 1903. 

Furnifold M. Simmons (Democrat), 
Raleigh; selected to succeed Marion But- 
ler (Populist), whose time expires March 
4, 1901; term begins March 4, 1901. 

House. 

First District— John H. Small (Dem.), 

Washington. 
Second District — Claude Kitchen (Dem.), 

Scotland Neck. 
Third District— Chas. R. Thomas (Dem.), 

New Bern. 
Fourth District— Edward W. Pou (Dem.), 

Smithfield. 
Fifth District— Wm. W. Kitchen (Dem.), 

Roxboro. 
Sixth District— John D. Bellamy (Dem.), 

Wilmington. 
Seventh District— Theodore F. Kluttz 

(Dem.), Salisbury. 
Eighth District— Spencer Blackburn 

(Rep.), Winston. 

Ninth District— Jas. M. Moody (Rep.), 
Waynesville. 

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J. Van Lindley, President State Horti- 
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Franklin Sherman, Entomologist, Ra- 
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County Affairs and Officials. 



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ALAMANCE. 

County Seat, Graham. 

Clerk Superior Court— John D. Kerno- 
dle, Graham. 

Register of Deeds— Charles C. Thomp- 
son, Graham. 

Treasurer — Thos B. Thompson, Me- 
bane. 

Sheriff— L. B. McAdams, Graham. 

Coroner— Dr. Thomas W. Patterson, 
Burlington. 

Surveyor— Lewis H. Holt, Graham. 

Standard Keeper— James H. Moore, 
Sutphin. 

Public Administrator— J. L. Scott, Jr., 
Graham. 

Superintendent County Home— Solomon 
Love, Graham. 

Superintendent of Roads— William L. 
Spoon, Jr., Graham. 

County Physician— Thos. S. Faucette, 
Burlington. 

County Attorney— J. A. Long, Graham. 

County Commissioners— A. J. Albright 
(Chairman), Curtis; John G. Dailey, 
Burlington; James W. Somers, Altama- 
haw. 

Board of Education— Rev. J. O. At- 
kinson (Chairman), Elon College; J. I. 
White, Graham; George W. Holmes, Bur- 
lington. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 16 2-3 
cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— 
about 7; cost per mile, about $2,500. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Three. 

Bonded Debt of County and Interest— 
$23,180.83. 

ALEXANDER. 

County Seat, Taylorsville. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. L. Watts, 
Taylorsville. 

Register of Deeds— John C. Bell, Tay- 
jlorsville. 

Treasurer— D. Boon Little, Mt. Bethel. 

Sheriff— J. C. Herman, Taylorsville. 

Surveyor— Thomas J. Sharpe, Hidde- 
ifoite. 

Coroner— A. M. Chapman, Chapman. 

Superintendent County Home— J. L. 
'Burgess, Taylorsville. 

County Physician— Dr. T. F. Stevenson, 
IfTaylorsville. 

County Attorney— J. L. Gwaltney, Tay- 
lorsville. 

County Commissioners— E. C. Sloan 
(chairman). Taylorsville; W. C. Lin- 
iney, Vashti; D. S. Davidson, Kilby. 
1 Board Education— A. A. Hill (chair- 
man), Taylorsville; J. C. Bell, Ellen- 



dale; Thomas F. Murdock, York Insti- 
tute. 

Tax Rate— For County, 33 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purpose*, 25 
cents. Total, 76 2-3 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— About $6,000. 

ALLEGHANY. 

County Seat, Sparta. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. N. Edwards, 
Sparta. 

Register of Deeds — S. F. Thompson, 
Sparta. 

Treasurer — D. R. Edwards, Laurel 
Springs. 

Sheriff— D. R. Edwards, Laurel 
Springs. 

Coroner — Dr. Robt. Thompson, Sparta. 

Surveyor — W, F. Joines, Stratford. 

Superintendent County Home— J. A. 
McCoin, Sparta. 

County Physician — Dr. B. C. Waddell, 
Topia. 

County Attorney— R. A. Doughton, 
Sparta. 

County Commissioners— J. T. Evans 
(chairman), Piney Creek; J. W. Blevins, 
Eunice; N. C. Shepherd, Scottville. 

Board Education— E. L. Wagoner 
(chairman), Whitead; D. F. Parsons, 
Nulin; H. M. Crouse, Edwards Cross 
Roads. 

Tax Rate — For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
8 1-3 cents. Total, 50 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $2,000. 

ANSON. 

County Seat, Wadesboro. 

Clerk Superior Court — John C. Mc- 
Lauchlen, Wadesboro. 

Register of Deeds— Seabron A. Ben- 
ton, Wadesboro. 

Treasurer — James O. A. Craig, Wades- 
boro. 

Sheriff— Joel T. Gaddy, Wadesboro. 

Coroner — Edwin F. Fenton, Wadesboro. 

Surveyor — Wm. P. Ledbetter, Beverly. 

Standard Keeper — Daniel L. Saylor, 
Wadesboro. 

Superintendent County Home — Milton 
O. Stricklin,, Wadesboro. 

Superintendent of Roads — Wilson J. 
Ashcraft, Wadesboro. 

County Physician — Dr. Edward S. 
Ashe, Wadesboro. 

County Attorney— R. E. Little, Wades- 
boro. 

County Commissioners — James A. Har- 
clison (chairman), Wadesboro; Benj. L. 
Wall, Lilesville; Walter F. Crump, Polk- 
ton. 

Board Education— William C. Hardi- 
son (chairman), Wadesboro; Leonidas 




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L. Little, Ansonville; John W. Kisem, 
Diamond Hill. 

Tax Rate— For county, 33 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 25 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— Six; 
cost per mile, about $1,500. 

Bonded Debt of County— $1,000. 

ASHE. 

County Seat. Jefferson. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. S. Eller, Jef- 
ferson. 

Register of Deeds— D. A. Osborne, Jef- 
ferson. 

Treasurer J. W. Wayman, Jefferson. 

Sheriff— Ambrose Clarke, Crow. 

Coroner— H. H. Brown, Clifton. 

Surveyor— J. H. Cole, Sutherlands. 

Standard Keeper— Amos Taylor, Cres- 
ton. 

Superintendent County Home— William 
Howell, Jefferson. 

County Physician— Dr. Manley Blevins, 
Beaver Creek. 

County Attorney— R. H. McNeill, Jef- 
ferson. 

County Commissioners— H. G. Phipps, 
Baldwin; D. M. Graybeal, Graybeal; B. 
V. Idoll, Idoll. 

Board of Education— Rev. Allen Jones 
(chairman), Jefferson; T. J. Houck, 
Baldwin; J. E. Weaver, Berlin. 

Tax Rate— For County, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
25 cents. Total, 66 2-3 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $5,000 

BEAUFORT. 

County Seat, Washington. 

Clerk Superior Court— L. R. Mayo, 
Washington. 

Register of Deeds— G. Rumley, Wash- 
ington. 

Treasurer— R. T. Hodges, Washington. 

Sheriff— R. T. Hodges, Washington. 

Coroner— Joshua Tayloe, M. D., Wash- 
ington. 

Surveyor— Edward Tripp, Durhams 

Standard Keeper— Robert Tripp, Wash- 
ington. 

Public Administrator— W. D. Grimes, 
Washington. 

Superintendent County Home— C. E. 
Jackson, Washington. 

County Physician— P. A. Nicholson, 
Washington. 

County Attorney— W. B. Rodman, 
Washington. 

County Commissioners— Thomas H. 
Blount (chairman), Washington; B. H. 
Thompson, Idalia; George L. Swindell, 
Belhaven. 

Board Education— E. W. Ayers, Wash- 
ington; Rev. N. Harding, Washington; 
George L. Swindell, Belhaven. 

Tax Rate— For county, 80 cents. 

BERTIE. 

County Seat, Windsor. 
Clerk Superior Court— Wm. L. Lyon, 
Windsor. 



Register of Deeds— Edw. E. Etheridge, 
Windsor. 

Sheriff— Turner C. Bond, Quitsna. 

Coroner — Harvey J. Slade, Aulander. 

Surveyor— William R. Rayner, Rose- 
mead. 

Standard Keeper— Joseph C. Pruden, 
Windsor. 

Superintendent County Home— J. Thos. 
Morris, Windsor. 

County Physician— Henry V. Dunstan, 
Windsor. 

County Commissioners— C. W. Spruill 
(chairman), Quitsna; George L. Mardre, 
Windsor; Thomas S. Norfleet, Roxabel; 
James H. Lawrence, Exeter; John H. 
Bowen, Powellsville. 

Board Education, Henry V. Dunstan 
(chairman), Windsor; John L. Harring- 
ton, Lewiston; Philip T. Perry, Merry 
Hill. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
3 1-3 cents. Total, 45 cents. 

Bonded Bebt of County— $7,500. 

BLADEN. 

County Seat, Elizabethtown. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. M. McNeill, 
Elizabethtown. 

Register of Deeds— John S. Williamson, 
Elizabethtown. 

Treasurer— W. S. Clark, Bladenboro. 

Sheriff— C. W. Lyon, Lyon's Landing. 

Coroner— C. M. Roberts, Bladenboro. 

Surveyor— J. W. Downing, Downing- 
ville. 

County Physician— Dr. Newton Robin- 
son, Elizabethtown. 

County Attorney— C. C. Lyon, Eliza- 
bethtown. 

County Commissioners— C. P. Parker 
(chairman), Parkersburg; R. L. Bridges, 
Bladenboro; Dr. W. K. Anders, White 
Oak. . _ 

Board of Education— S. N. Ferguson 
(chairman). Bladenboro; W. I. Shaw, 
Klondike; Daniel Leonard, Olga. 

Tax Rate— For county, *Z 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents. 

BRUNSWICK. 

County Seat, Southport. 

Clerk Superior Court— Thos. L. Vines, 
Southport. 

Register of Deeds— C. Ed. Taylor, 
Southport. 

Treasurer— George E. Brooks, Seaside. 

Sheriff— Daniel R. Walker, Town 

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Coroner— Timothy Swain, Shallotte. 
Surveyor- Silas I. King, Excelsior 
Standard Keeper— W. H. Price, South- 
Superintendent County Home— Elisha 
Sillers, Sr., Supply. 
County Physician— John A. McNeill, 

' County" Attorney— E. K. Bryan. Wil- 
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(chairman), Bolivia; E. Little Macatka; 
John Wescott, Southport. 

Board Education — John Bennett (chair- 
man), Winnabow; A. C. Mears, Cala- 
bash; George Leonard, Shallotte. 

Tax— For county, about $4,000; for 
schools, about $3,800. 

BUNCOMBE 

County Seat, Asheville. 

Clerk Superior Court — Marcus Erwin, 
Asheville. 

Register of Deeds— J. J. Mackey, Ashe- 
ville. 

Treasurer — E. W. Patton, Asheville. 

Sheriff— R. F. Lee, Asheville. 

Coroner — D. E. Sevier, Asheville. 

Surveyor — A. H. Starnes, Candler. 

Standard Keeper — J. S. West, Ashe- 
ville. 

Superintendent County Home — Willie 
Johnston, Asheville. 

County Physician— James Sawyer, 
Asheville. 

County Attorney— J. D. Murphy, Ashe- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — M. L. Reed 
(chairman), Biltmore; R. D. F. Rober- 
son, Leicester; Marian S. Glenn, Avery's 
Creek. 

Board Education— M. J. Bearden 
(chairman), Asheville; George W. Whit- 
son, Biltmore. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 23 1-3 cents. 

Number of miles Macadam Road— Four 
I and a half or five. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County— 
I Twelve. 

Bonded Debt of County— $110,000; float- 
ing debt of county, $25,000. 

BURKE. 

County Seat, Morganton. 

Clerk Superior Court— P. W. Patton, 
Morganton. 

Register of Deeds— J. H. Giles, Mor- 
ganton. 

Treasurer— Charles Harbison, Morgan- 
ton. 

Sheriff— Manly McDowell, Morganton. 

Coroner— S. B. Scott, Morganton. 

Surveyor— D. F. Denton, Morganton. 

Standard Keeper— J. R. Howard, Mor- 
ganton. 

Superintendent County Home — J. C. 
| Hoyle, Morganton. 

County Physician— Dr. J. L. Laxton, 
Morganton. 

County Attorney— S. J. Ervin, Morgan- 
ton. 

County Commissioners— Bart Berry 
(chairman), Morganton; J .T. McGinney, 
Fonta Flora; J. D. Glass, Connelly 
Springs. 

Board Education— J. A. Lacky (Chair- 
man), Morganton; E. H. Tilley, Cora. 

Tax Rate— For county 90 cents for all 
purposes. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Four. 



CABARRUS. 

County Seat, Concord. 

Clerk Superior Court— John M. Cook, 
Concord. 

Register of Deeds— W. Reece Johnson, 
Concord. 

Treasurer— Caleb W. Swink, Concord. 

Sheriff— J. Lawson Peck, Concord. 

Coroner— Adolphus E. Lentz, Concord. 

Surveyor— John H. Long, Mt. Pleasant. 

Standard Keeper— John B. Williford, 
Concord. 

Superintendent County Home— J. T. 
Sapp, Concord. 

Superintendent of Roads— A. B. 
Young, Concord. 

County Physician— D. G. Caldwell, 
Concord. 

County Attorneys— Montgomery & Cro- 
well, Concord. 

County Commissioners— M. M. Gillon, 
Concord; Paul F. Stallings, Harrisburg; 
Robert F. Cline, Concord. 

Board Education— C. B. Miller (chair- 
man), Concord; D. J. Little, Bost's Mill; 
G. E. Ritchie, Govern. 

Tax Rate— For county, 22 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 19 cents; for roads, 10 cents; for 
other purposes, 25 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— 
About five; cost per mile, about $2,000. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Four. 

CALDWELL. 

County Seat, Lenoir. 
Cleik Superior Court— N. McCall, Le- 
noir. . , 
Register of Deeds— W. L. Mimsh, ue- 

noir. 
Treasurer— George R. Clarke, Lenoir. 
Sheriff— A. H. Boyd, Lenoir. 
Coroner— M. M. Bush, Hudson. 
Surveyor— R. C. Houck, Gamewell. 
Standard Keeper— D. S. Perry, Lenoir 
Superintendent County Home— \v . W • 
McGowan, Lenoir. 
County Physician— A. A. Kent, Lie- 
County Attorney— W. L| Wakefield, Le- 
noir. TT . 
County Commissioners— J. A. Houck 
(chairman), Granite Falls; J. L. Beach, 
Emanuel; H. N. Coffey, Globe. 

Board Education— P. G. Moore (chair- 
man), Granite Falls; M. L. Greer. Black- 
stone- I W. Moore, Collettsville. 

Tax' Rate— For County, 37 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents. 
Floating Debt of County— $8,000. 

CAMDEN. 

County Seat, Camden ('. H. 
Clerk Superior Court-R. L. Fo 
Camden. 
Register of Deeds, C. B. Garrett, Shi 

Treasurer— .1. B. Burgess, Old Trap. 
Sheriff— W. S. Bartlett, South Mills 
Standard Keeper— N. S. Burgess. Shi- 
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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS-Continued. 



Superintendent County Home— Benja- 
min Dunford, Camden. 

County Commissioners— E. M. DeFord, 
(chairman), Camden; E. Mitchell, Old 
Trap; J. F. Jones, South Mills. 

Board of Education— George H. Riggs 
(chairman), South Mills; W. G. Ferebee. 
Belcross; J. H. Morrisett, Shiloh. 

Tax Rate — For county, 35 cents; for 
schools, 25 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $2,800. 

CARTERET. 

County Seat, Beaufort. 

Clerk Superior Court— L. A. Garner, 
Beaufort. 

Register of Deeds— W. L. Arrington, 
Beaufort. 

Treasurer — Alonzo Thomas, Beaufort. 

Sheriff — S. P. Hancock, Beaufort. 

Coroner — H. D. Noreom, Beaufort. 

Surveyor — E. D. Hardesty, Harlowe. 

Standard Keeper — Joseph Robinson, 
Beaufort. 

County Physician— F. M. Clarke, Beau- 
fort. 

County Commissioners — W. S. Chad- 
wick (chairman), Beaufort; Abram Lee, 
Merrimon; S. H. Styron, Wit. 

Board of Education — Dr. C. N. Mason 
(chairman), Harlowe; M. B. Springle, 
Beaufort; B. B. Arrington, Beaufort. 

Tax Rate — For county, 27 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 50 
cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— About $12,000; 
floating debt of county, about $1,000. 

CASWELL. 

County Seat, Yanceyville. 

Clerk Superior Court— Thomas H. Har- 
rison, Yanceyville. 

Register of Deeds— F. W. Brown, Yan- 
ceyville. 

Treasurer— G. H. W. Oakley, Fitch. 

Sheriff— Abner W. Fitch, Anderson. 

Coroner— L. A. Walker, Stoney Creek. 

Surveyor — Walter Williamson, Locust 
Hill. 

Standard Keeper — A. E. Henderson, 
Yanceyville. 

Superintendent County Home — E. B. 
Barker, Yanceyville. 

County Physician— S. A. Malloy, Yan- 
ceyville. 

County Attorney— A. E. Henderson, 
Yanceyville. 

County Commissioners — Thos. L. Lea, 
(chairman), Hamer; J. R. Burton, High- 
tower; Thos. D. Worsham, Locust Hill; 
Weldon W. Miles, Milesville; J. F. Wal- 
ters, Blanche. 

Board of Education— R. L. Mitchell 
(chairman), Ridgeville; Walter N. Har- 
relson, Yanceyville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; special, 15 1-3 cents; 
for other purposes, 40 1-3 cents. 



CATAWBA. 

County Seat, Newton. 

Clerk Superior Court— Lewis H. Phil- 
lips, Newton. 

Register of Deeds— Preston M. Del- 
linger, Newton. 

Treasurer— John Sherrill, Catawba. 

Sheriff— John W. Blackwelder, New- 
ton. 

Coroner— Geo. E. Coutler, Newton. 

Surveyor— Jos. F. Herman, Newton. 

Standard Keeper— Preston M. Dellin- 
ger, Newton. 

Superintendent County Home — B. S. 
Cline, Conover. 

County Physician— Geo. H. West, 
Newton. 

County Attorney— M. E. Lowrence, 
Newton. 

County Commissioners— D. M. Bovd 
(Chairman), Maiden; J. H. C. Huitt, 
Catfish; Joseph D. Elliott, Hickory. 

Board of Education — P. A. Hoyle, 
(Chairman), Newton; S. T. Wilfong, 
Newton; Jason A. Sherrill, Sherrill's 
Ford. 

Tax Rate — For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

Bonded Debt of County— No debt. 

CHATHAM. 

County Seat, Pittsboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— R. H. Dixon, 
Pittsboro. 

Register of Deeds— J. T. Paschal, Pitts- 
boro. 

Treasurer— Sheriff acts as Treasurer. 

Sheriff— J. J. Johnson, Pittsboro. 

Coroner— Dr. A. I. H. Lutterloh, Had- 
ley. 

Surveyor— Wm. M. Harper, Harper's 
Cross Roads. 

Standard Keeper— Jos. E. Morgan, 
Pittsboro. 

Public Administrator— L. F. Baldwin, 
Grove. 

Superintendent County Home — W. A. 
Wicker, Pittsboro. 

Superintendent of Roads— Bosier Wil- 
liams, Grove. 

County Physician— Dr. H. T. Chapin, 
Pittsboro. 

County Attorney— J. A. Giles, Pitts- 
boro. 

County Commissioners — Jno. R. Bright 
(Chairman), Stork; W. O. Farrell, Pitts- 
boro; L. B. Bynum, Bynum. 

Board of Education— J. M. Griffin 
(Chairman), Pittsboro; Ostia Perry, 
Pluck; J. M. Edwards, Bear Creek. 

Tax Rate— For county 23 2-3 cents; 
special bonded debt, 3 cents; for roads, 
5 cents. Total, 31 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One being built. 

Bonded Debt of County— $2,000. 



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CHEROKEE. 

County Seat, Murphy. 

Clerk Superior Court— S. W. Lovin- 
good, Murphy. 

Register of Deeds — T. C. McDonald, 
Murphy. 

Treasurer— J. C. Axley, Murphy. 

Sheriff— A. J. Martin, Murphy. 

Coroner — James Voyles, Grape Creek. 

Surveyor — F. M. Lovingood, Hanging 
Dog. 

Standard Keeper — A. W. Axley, Mur- 
phy. 

Superintendent County Home — Newton 
McDonald, Murphy. 

Superintendent of Roads— J. H. Woods, 
Murphy. 

County Physician — J. F. Abernathy, 
Murphy. 

County Attorney— F. P. Axley, Mur- 
phy. 

County Commissioners — A. Rice 

(Chairman), Hot House; R. B. Fergu- 
son, Peachtree; John Dockery, Hanging 
Dog; W. S. Bruce, Culberson. 

Board of Education— J. W. Blackwell 
(Chairman), Unaka; P. E. Nelson, Pos- 
tell; David Cobb, Cobbs. 

Tax Rate — For county and State, 
$1.11 2-3 cents; special for schools, 30 
cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

Bonded Debt of County— $38,000; float- 
ing, $1,000. 

CHOWAN. 
County Seat, Edenton. 

Clerk Superior Court— H. C. Privott, 
Edenton. 

Register of Deeds— T. D. Byrum, 
Edenton. 

Treasurer— D. W. Evans, Cisco. 

Sheriff— J. C. Thompson, Edenton. 

Coroner— Dr. T. J. Hoskins, Edenton. 

Superintendent County Home— L. R. 
Bunch, Edenton. 

County Physician— Dr. Parker, Cisco. 

County Attorney— Pruden & Pruden, 
Edenton. 

County Commisioners— Frank Wood 
(Chairman), Edenton; J. M. Forehand, 
Rocky Hock; J. E. Twine, Amboy. 

Board of Education— A. T. Bush, 
(Chairman), Edenton; J. E. Coffield, 
Cisco. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
25 cents. Total, 66 2-3 cents. 

CLAY. 

County Seat, Hayesville. 

Clerk Superior Court— C. C. Standridge, 
Hayesville. 

Register of Deeds— M. M. Burch, 
Hayesville. 

Treasurer— A. J. McClure, Hayesville. 

Sheriff— John Chambers, Hayesville. 

Coroner— J. H. Swaim, Hayesville. 

Surveyor— J. B. Mease, Hayesville. 



County Physician— J. M. Suil 
Hayesville. 

County Commissioners — P. X. I 
(Chairman), Shooting Creek; J. !'.. 
Mease, Hayesville; W. r. Plott, V. 

Board of Education— G. W. S 
(Chairman), Hayesville; I .11. Chambers, 
Warne. 

Tax Rate— For county, 55 1-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents. Total, 7" 1-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Two. 

Bonded Debt of County— $5,000. 

CLEVELAND. 

County Seat, Shelby. 

Clerk Superior Court— L. J. Hoyle, 
Shelby. 

Register of Deeds— J. F. Roberts, 
Shelby. 

Treasurer— W. R. Newton— Shelby. 

Sheriff— A. B. Suttle, Shelby. 

Coroner — Dr. L. V. Lee, Lattimore. 

Surveyor— A. E. Elliott, Beams Mills. 

Superintendent County Home— C. A. 
Tucker, Shelby. 

County Physician— Dr. B. H. Palmer, 
Shelby. 

County Attorney— Robert L. Ryburu, 
Shelby. 

County Commissioners— J. F. Williams 
(Chairman), Shelby; R. S. Plonk, Kings 
Mountain; E. D. Dickson, Fallston. 

Board of Education — H. P. Allison 
(Chairman), Kings Mountain; T. D. 
Falls, Fallston; D. S. Lovelace, Boiling 
Springs. 

Tax Rate — For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
20 cents. Total, 61 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County - 
Two. 

Bonded Debt of County— $78,000. 

COLUMBUS. 

County Seat, Whiteville. 

Clerk Superior Court— H. C. Moffitt, 
Whiteville. 

Register of Deeds— Richard L. Powell, 
Whiteville. 

Treasurer— Craven C. Pridgen, Tabor. 

Sheriff— John G. Butler, Pineway. 

Coroner— Lat. C. Mills, Clarendon. 

Surveyor— John A. Wright, Haddock. 

Standard Keeper— J. A. Lumsden, 
Whiteville. 

Superintendent County Home — James 
R. Taylor, Whiteville. 

County Physician— I. Jackson, M. D., 
Whiteville. 

County Commissioners— Joshua Smith 
(Chairman), Vineland; Ira Lennon, 
Whiteville; F. Bennett Pierce, 

Board of Education— James A. Smith 
(Chairman), Fair Bluff; J. E. L. \\ 
coff, Whiteville; H. H. Holton, Lake 
Waccamaw. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
! for schools, 18 cents. 



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CRAVEN. 

County Seat, New Bern. 

Clerk Superior Court — W. M. Watson, 
New Bern. 

Register of Deeds— B. M. Green, New 
Bern. 

Treasurer — D. L. Roberts, New Bern. 

Sheriff — Joseph Kinsey, New Bern. 

Coroner— Dr. Jos. Duguid, New. Bern. 

Surveyor — Henry A. Marshall, Have- 
lock. 

Standard Keeper— Eugene Tucker, New 
Bern. 

Public Administrator— Thos. F. Mc- 
Carthy, New Bern. 

Superintendent County Home — Mrs. 
Fanny Williams, New Bern. 

County Physician— R. D. V. Jones, 
New Bern. 

County Attorney— D. L. Ward, New 
Bern. 

County Commissioners — K. R. Jones 
(Chairman), New Bern; J. J. Baxter, 
New Bern; Silas Fulcher, Zorah; H. C. 
Wood, Riverdale; A. E. Wadsworth, Per- 
fection. 

Board of Education— A. D. Ward 
(Chairman), New Bern; D. Lane, Belair; 
John S. Morton, North Harlowe. 

Tax Rate— For county, 58 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road- 
One and one-quarter miles; cost, $10,000. 

Bonded Debt of County— $40,000. 

CUMBERLAND. 

County Seat, Fayetteville. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. A. Mac- 
Kethan, Fayetteville. 

Register of Deeds— J. A. MacPherson, 
Fayetteville. 

Treasurer— J. B. Troy, Fayetteville. 

Sheriff— G. A. Burns, Fayetteville. 

Coroner— J. D. MacRae, Fayetteville. 

Surveyor— Wm. Alderman, Fayette- 
ville. 

Standard Keeper— J. A. Boone, Fay- 
etteville. 

Superintendent County Home-D. A. 
MacFadyen, Fayetteville. 

County Physician— J. V. MacGougan, 
Fayetteville. 

County Attorney— J. G. Shaw, Fayette- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — A. B. Williams 
(Chairman), Fayetteville; W. H. Down- 
ing, Fayetteville; J. J. Bullard, Clay 
Fork. 

Board of Education— J. W. MacLauch- 
lin (Chairman), Raeford; I. A. Mun bi- 
son, Fayetteville; W. J. Smith, Godwin. 

Tax Rate— For county, 59 cents; for 
State, 25 cents; for schools 18 cents; for 
bridges, 8 cents. Total, $1.10. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County— 
Two railroad bridges over C. F. ; four 
railroad bridges over smaller streams. 

Bonded Debt of County— $125,000. 

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CURRITUCK. 

County Seat, Currituck C. H. 

Clerk Superior Court— E. W. Ansell 
Currituck. 

Register of Deeds— G. W. Williams 
Currituck. 

Treasurer— T. P. Hall, Currituck. 

Sheriff— R. E. Flora, Currituck. 

Coroner— John W. Brabble, Currituck. 

Surveyor— John Walker, Currituck. 

Standard Keeper — L. Walker, Barco. 

County Physician— H. M. Shaw, Shaw- 
boro. 

County Attorney— C. M. Ferebee, 
Elizabeth City. 

County Commissioners — W. H. Walker 
(Chairman), Poplar Branch; W. J. Tate; 
J. E. Barnard; W. L. Owens. 

Board of Education— E. R. Johnson 
(Chairman), Currituck; E. D. Bowden, 
Knott's Island; J. F. Sumerell, Har- 
binger. 

Tax Rate — For county, 45 1-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for pensions, 3 1-3 
cents; for other purposes, 20 cents. To- 
tal, 86 2-3 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $8,000; float- 
ing, about $1,000. 

DARE. 

County Seat, Manteo. 

Clerk Superior Court— Theodore S. 
Meekins, Manteo. 

Register of Deeds— Robert W. Smith, 
Manteo. 

Treasurer— John W. Evans, Manteo. 

Sheriff— Augustus H. Etheridge, Man- 
teo. 

Coroner — Woodson B. Fearing, Manteo. 

Surveyor — John E. Berry, Mant.30. 

Superintendent County Home — Timothy 
Knight, Manteo. 

County Physician — Woodson B. Fear- 
ing, Manteo. 

County Attorney — E. F. Aydlett, Eliza- 
beth City. 

County Commissioners — Benjamin T. 
Daniels (Chairman), Wanchese; Thos. 
J. Fulcher, Frisco; Pharoah F. Meekins, 
Stumpy Point. 

Board of Education— Chester J. Dough 
(Chairman), Skyco; Richard Hooper, 
Stumpy Point; I. J. Edwards, East Lake. 

Tax Rate — For county, 50 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 3C 
cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $4,000. 

DAVIDSON. 

County Seat, Lexington. 

Clerk Superior Court— H. T. Phillips, 
Lexington. 

Register of Deeds— S. L. Owen, Lex- 
ington. 
Treasurer— D. T. Fritts, Lexington, 
Sheriff— T. S. F. Dorsett, Lexlngfc 
Coroner — Dr. David Hill, Lexingti 
Surveyor — John W. May, 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS— Continual. 






Superintendent County Home— David 
Cratts, Lexington. 

County Physician— Dr. Jos. Hill, Lex- 
ington. 

County Commissioners— J. H. Lambeth 
(Chairman), Thomasville; C. A. Davis, 
Orinoco; J. T. Wood. Jackson Hill. 

Board of Education— W. S. Owen 
(Chairman), Yadkin College; C. H. 
Kirschner, Lexington. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents: for roads, 15 cents; 
for other purposes, — cents. 

DAVIE. 

County Seat, Mocksville. 

Clerk Superior Court — A. T. Grant, 
Mocksville. 

Register of Deeds— B. O. Morris, 
Mocksville. 

Treasurer— John W. Etchson, Cana. 

Sheriff— J. L. Sheek, Mocksville. 

Coroner — J. W. Bailey, Mocksville. 

Surveyor— M. R. Chaffin. Mocksville. 

Public Administrator— T. N. Chaffin, 
Mocksville. 

Superintendent County Home— Geo. W. 
Richardson, Mocksville. 

County Physician— Dr James McGuire, 
Mocksville. 

County Attorney— T. B. Bailey, Mocks- 
ville. 

County Commissioners— C. G. Bailey 
(Chairman), Elboville; W. F. Furches, 
Farmington; John M. Cain, Sheffield. 

Board of Education— John D. Hodges 
(Chairman), Augusta: N. A. Peebles, 
Yadkin College; Isaac Roberts, Nestor. 

Tax Rate— For county, 9 1-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 4 2-3 cents; 
for-' other purposes, special, 13 1-3 cents, 
bonded Debt of County— $25,000. 

DUPLIN. 

County Seat, Kenansville. 

Clerk Superior Court— Herbert Smith, 
Kenans\ ille. 

Register of Deeds— B. F. Pearsall, 
Kenansville. 

Treasurer— L. Middleton, Kenansville. 

Sheriff— L. Middleton, Kenansville. 

Coroner— J. A. Powell, Warsaw. 

Surveyor— W. J. Boney, Wallace. 

Standard Keeper— A. D. Johnson, 
Kenansville. 

County Physician— Dr. .J. W. Blount, 
Kenansville. 

County Commissioners— W. R. New- 
bury (Chairman), Magnolia; Jacob O. 
Carr, Safe; J. L. James, Sloan. 

Board of Education— W. H. Grady 
(Chairman), Albertson; O. P. Middleton, 
Warsaw; W. B. Southerland, Rose Hill. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
25 cents. Total, 66 2-3 cents. 

DURHAM. 

County Seat, Durham. 
Clerk Superior Court— C. B. Green, 
Durham. 



Register of Deeds— J. B. Suitt, Dur- 
ham. 

Treasurer— Paschall Lunsford, Dur- 
ham. 

Sheriff— F. I). Markham, Durham. 

Coroner— J. F. Maddry. Durham. 

Surveyor — E. C. Belvin, Uurham. 

Standard Keeper— J. H. Freeland, Dur- 
ham. 

Superintendent County Home — H. 11. 
Vickers, Durham. 

Superintendent of Roads— J. M. Pol- 
lard, Durham. 

County Physician— Dr. Z. T. Brooks, 
Durham 

County Attorney— P. C. Graham, Dur- 
ham. 

County C ommissioners— J. W. Allen 
(Chairman), Durham; W. D. Turrentine. 
Durham; Le Roy Page, Nelson. 

Beard of Education— J. W. Umsteal 
(Chairman), Umbra; J. S. Manning, Dur- 
ham; Geo. E. Pope, Durham. 

Tax Rate— For county, 18 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 15 cents; for 
other purposes, 28 cents. Total, 79 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— Ten; 
cost per mile, $3,500. 

Bonded Debt of County— $60,000. 

EDGECOMBE. 

County Seat, Tarboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— Ed. Pennington, 
Tarboro. 

Register of Deeds— Henry S. Dunn, 
Tarboro. 

Treasurer— John W. B. Battle, Tar- 
boro. 

Sheriff— J. R. Harris, Tarboro. 

Coroner— Dr. S. N. Harrell, Tarboro. 

Surveyor — John Howard, Tarboro. 

Standard Keeper— R. A. Watson, Tar- 
boro. 

Superintendent County Home— Sam. F. 
Jenkins, Tarboro. 

Superintendents of Roads— W. E. 
House, Tarboro; T. F. Cherry, Tarboro. 

County Physician— Dr. L. L. Station, 
Tarboro. 

County Attorney— L. V. Bassett, Rocky 
Mount. 

County Commissioners— Wm. S. Clark 
(Chairman), Tarboro; W. S. Crisp, 
Crisp; C. L. Killebrew, Rocky Mount; 
J. J. Pittman, Leggett; L. B. Knight, 
Tarboro. 

Board of Education— .las. R 
(Chairman), Tarboro; W. T. Braswi !!. 
Whitakers; J. T. Howard, Conetoe. 

Tax Rate — For county. .:: 2 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads. 15 ci 
for other purposes, 49 cents. I 
$1.05 2-3. 

Bonded Debt— $14,000. 

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County Seat. Winston. 
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Winston. 

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Tieasurer— H. L. Riggins, Winston. 

Sheriff— F. P. Alspaugh, Winston. 

Coroner— W. P. Dix, Walkerton. 

Surveyor— Geo. H. Hauser, Vienna. 

Standard Keeper— Julius Crater, 
Crater. 

Public Administrator— H. O. Sapp, 
Winston. 

Superintendent County Home— Robert 
Fuleher r Winston. 

Superintendent of Roads— John Boyer, 
Winston. 

County Fhysieian— John Bynum, Win- 
ston. 

County Attorneys— Glenn, Manly <£• 
Hendren, Winston. 

County Commissioners— R. I. Daltou, 
(chairman), Winston; A. C. Wharton, 
Clemmonsville; A. E. Shore, Seward. 

Board of Education— D. P. Mast 
(Chairman), Winston; Ellis Hauser, 
Vienna; J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 10 cents; 
for other purposes, 25 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road- 
Five. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
Two. 

Bonded Debt of County— $55,000. 

FRANKLIN. 

County Seat, Louisburg. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. K. A. Wil- 
liams, Louisburg. 

Register of Deeds— J. T. Clifton, Louis- 
burg. 

Treasurer — J. A. Thomas, Louisburg' 

Sheriff — H. C. Kearney, Louisburg. 

Coroner— S. L. Duke, Louisburg. 

Surveyor— J. T. Inscoe, Stallings. 

Standard Keeper— W. P. Bridges, 
Louisburg. 

Superintendent County Home — J. L. 
Jackson, Louisburg. 

Superintendent of Roads— C. E. Sey- 
mour, Louisburg. 

County Physician— Dr. E. S. Foster, 
Louisburg. 

County Attorney— W. H. Yarborough, 
Louisburg. 

County Commissioners— A. J. P. Harris 
(chairman), Youn'gsville; Dr. W. H. 
Nicholson, Louisburg; T. S. Collie, Ce- 
dar Rock; J. H. Cooke, Franklinton; J. 
C. Winston, Youngsville. 

Board of Education — J. H. Uzzell 
(Chairman), Mapleville; Louis N. Wil- 
liams, Centreville; J. C. Winston, 
Youngsville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 22 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
41 cents. Total, 81 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
One, five hundred feet long. 

Bonded Debt of County— $18,000; float- 
ing, $5,000. 

GASTON. 

County Seat, Dallas. 
Clerk Superior Court— Chas. C. Corn- 
well, Dallas. 



Register of Deeds— Miles A. Carpen- 
ter, Dallas. 

Treasurer— Jas. R. Lewis, Dallas. 

Sheriff— C. B. Armstrong, Da! 

Coroner— Thos. W. Slu-th-v. i: 
City. 

Surveyor— Jacob Kiser, Snapp. 

Standard Keeper— E. L. Mason, Dallas. 

Superintendent County Home— H. L. 
Rhyne, Dallas. 

Superintendent of Roads— John F. 
Leeper, Belmont. 

County Physician— J. H. Jenkins, 
Dallas. 

County Attorney— O. F. Mason, Dallas. 

County Commissioners— T. C. Pegram, 
(chairman), Gastonia; John M. Gaston, 
Lowell; Robert Connell, Lucia. 

Board of Education— M. L. Hoffman 
(Chairman), Dallas; Thomas Wilson, 
Gastonia; F. P. Hall, Belmont. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 20 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road- 
Two; cost per mile, $2,000. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Ten. 

Floating Debt of County— $5,000. 

GATES. 

County Seat, Gatesville. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. T. Cross. 
Gatesville. 

Register of Deeds— Lycurgus Hofler, 
Gatesville. 

Treasurer— R. W. Gatling, Sarem. 

Sheriff— R. O. Riddick, Gatesville. 

Coroner — Dr. J. W. Costen, Gatesville. 

Surveyor— W. F. Easton, Gatesville. 

Public Administrator— John J. Gat- 
ling, Sarem. 

Superintendent County Home— J. P. 
Blanchard, Gatesville. 

County Commissioners— S. I. Harrcli 
(Chairman), Sunbury; Nat. Eure, Eure; 
E. J. Freeman, Drum Hill. 

Board of Education— T. W. Coster 
(Chairman), Sunbury; Franklin Mat- 
thews, Hazleton; John S. Felton, Gates- 
ville. 

Tax Rate— For all purposes, 66 2-3 cts 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
One. 

GRAHAM. 

County Seat, Robbinsville 

Clerk Superior Court — R. V. McElroy, 
Robbinsville. 

Register Gf Deeds— Robt. B. Slaughter, 
Robbinsville. 

Treasurer— Wade E. Hampton, Rob- 
binsville. 

Sheriff— J. A. Ammons, Robbinsville. 

Coroner— R. J. Orr, Robbinsville. 

Surveyor— A. H. Walker, Stecoah. 

County Physician— R. J. Orr, Robbins- 
ville. 

County Attorney— T. A. Morphew, Rob- 
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County Commissioners— S. J. R. Oal- 
vard, Robbinsville: N. F. Cooper, Rob- 
binsville; M. A. Crisp, Stecoah. 

Board of Education— W. H. Garrison 
(Chairman), Yellow Creek; H. P. Hyde, 
Robbinsville; J. C. Edwards, of Stecoah. 

Tax Rate— For County, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 5 cents, 
for other purposes, 35 1-3 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $6,000. 

GRANVILLE. 

County Seat, Oxford. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. G. Hunt, Ox- 
ford. 

Register of Deeds— J. B. Mayes. Ox- 
ford. 

Treasurer— J. F. Edwards, Oxford. 

Sheriff— S. A. Fleming, Oxford. 

Coroner — A. Hobgood, Oxford. 

Standard Keeper— W. A. Blackley, 
Wilton. 

Superintendent County Home— J. R. 
Walters, Oxford. 

County Physician— Dr. S. D. Booth, 
Oxford. 

County Attorney— B. S. Royster, Ox- 
ford. 

County Commissioners— C. F. Crews 
(Chairman), Oxford; W. T. Lyon. Ox- 
ford; E. C. Harris, Oxford; N. B. Oan • 
iel, Satterwhite; W. S. Gooch, Stem. 

Board of Education — F. B. Hancock 
(Chairman), Oxford; J. H. Webb, Stem- 
G. B. Royster, Buchanan. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents. Total, 41 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

GREENE. 

County Seat, Snow Hill. 

Clerk Superior Court — John R. Dail, 
Snow Hill. 

Register of Deeds— Charles A. Lassiter, 
Snow Hill. 

Treasurer — Wm. T. Carraway, Snow 
Hill. 

Sheriff— Benj. W. Edwards, Snow Hill. 

Coroner — J. B. Jones, Snow Hill. 

Surveyor — Seymour Mewborn, Jason. 

Standard Keeper — Benj. F. Albritton. 
Snow Hill. 

County Physician — Jos. E. Grimsley. 
Snow Hill. 

County Attorney— Swift Galloway 
Snow Hill. 

County Commissioners — George W. 
Sugg (Chairman), Snow Hill; John 
Harvey, Snow Hill; Walter D. Mew- 
born, Jason; Josiah Exum, Snow Hill. 

Board of Education— L. V. Morrill 
(Chairman), Snow Hill; Wm. A. Darden 
Willow Green; L. J. H. Mewborn, Arba. 

Tax Rate — For county, 33 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
35 cents. Total, 86 2-3 cents. 

GUILFORD. 

County Seat, Greensboro. 
Clerk Superior Court — John J. Nelson, 
Greensboro. 



Register of Deeds-A. G. Kill, 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer-G. H. McKinnov. Gn 
boro. 

Sheriff— James F. Jordan, Greensboro 

Coroner— Dr. J. I'. Tin in r, C, 

Surveyor— Geo. W. Pritchctt, Gr. 
boro. 

Standard Keeper— F. A. Matthews, 
Greensboro. 

Public Administrator— C. P. Frazier, 
Greensboro. 

Superintendent County Homi A. S. 
Vass, Greensboro. 

Superintendent of Roads.. II. T„. Berg- 
man, Greensboro. 

County Physician— Dr. Edmund Harri- 
son, Greensboro. 

County Attorney— J. N. Wilson, 
Greensboro. 

County Commissioners— W. H. Ragan 
(Chairman), High Point; W. C. Tu 
Pleasant Garden; W. H. Rankin, Brown 
Summit. 

Board of Education— J. All°n Holl 
(Chairman), Oak Ridge; W. T. Whit- 
sett, Whitsett; W. F. Alderman, Sr., 
Greensboro. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 12 1-3 
cents. Total, 54 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— Six. 

HALIFAX. 

County Seat, Halifax. 

Clerk Superior Court— Sterling M 
Gary, Halifax. 

Register of Deeds— J. H. Norman, 
Halifax. 

Treasurer— John P. Futrell, Scotland 
Neck. 

Sheriff— Jos. A. House, South Gaston. 

Coroner — John O'Brien, Aurelean Spgs. 

Surveyor— W. R. Neville, Heathsville. 

Superintendent County Home— V. B 
Drewry, Halifax. 

County Physician— Dr. I. E. Green. 
Weldon. 

County Attorney — David Bell, Enfield. 

County Commissioners— B. A. Pope 
(Chairman), Weldon; W. R. Harvey, 
Ita; J. H. Northington, Littleton. 

Board of Education— J. M. Grizzard 
(Chairman), Halifax; Dr. A. S. Harri- 
son, Enfield; W. A. Dunn, Scotland 
Neck. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cent 
schools, IS cents; for other purposi 
cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in Con 
Two. 

Bonded Debt of County— $15,000. 

HARNETT. 
County Seat, Lillington. 
Clerk Superior Court— Dr. James II. 
Withers, Lillington. 

Register of Deeds— Alvis C. Holloway. 
Lillington. 

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Sheriff — S. A. Salmon, Lillington. 

Coroner— M. N. Davis, Fish Creek. 

Surveyor— Dan. E. Green, Bradley's, 
Store. 

Superintendent County Home — A. L. 
Boughcom May. 

County Physician — Dr. O. L. Denning, 
Dunn. 

County Attorney— J. C. Clifford, Dunn. 

County Commissioners— Ernest F. 
Young (Chairman), Dunn; Neill A. 
Smith, Bradley's Store; Thos. A. Har- 
rington, Harrington. 

Board of Education — Rev. J. S. Black 
(chairman), Linden; John Williams, 
Linden; Thos. W. Harrington, Harring- 
ton. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
13 1-3 cents. Total, 55 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $22,500. 

HAYWOOD. 

County Seat, Waynesville. 

Clerk Superior Court— N. P. Walker, 
Waynesville. 

Register of Deeds— H. B. Moore, Way- 
nesville. 

Treasurer — R. A. L. Hyatt, Waynes- 
ville. 

Sheriff — W. M. Henson, Sonoma. 

Coroner — J. H. Mease, Canton. 

Surveyor — T. C. Ledbetter, Sonoma. 

Superintendent County Home — James 
Woody, Plott. 

Superintendent of Roads— T. B. Med- 
ford, Iron Duff. 

County Physician— F. M. Davis, Jr., 
Iron Duff. 

County Commissioners — D. I. L. Smith- 
ers (Chairman), Clyde; W. D. Mc- 
Cracken, Crab Tree; W. M. Noland, 
Split Mountain. 

Board of Education— J. N. Mease 
(Chairman), Canton; R. C. Chambers, 
Iron Duff; J. R. Boyd, Fannie. 

Tax Rate— For State, 25 cents; for 
county, 23 2-3 cents; for schools, 18 
cents; for roads, 10 cents; for other pur- 
poses, 23 1-3 cents. Total, $1.00. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— Six: 
cost per mile, $2,000. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Eight. 

HENDERSON. 
County Seat, Hendersonville. 

Clerk Superior Court— C. M. Pace, 
Hendersonville. 

Register of Deeds— W. A. Hood, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Sheriff— R. H. Staton, Hendersonville. 

Coroner— J. G. Waldrop, Henderson- 
ville. 

Surveyor— J. B. Patterson, Osteen. 

Standard Keeper— J. D. Davis, Hender- 
sonville. 

Superintendent County Home— Drury 
Corn, Hendersonville. 

County Physician— J. G. Waldrop, Hr.n - 
dersonville. 



County Attorney— O. V. F. Blytbc, 
Hendersonville. 

County Commissioners— J. D. Davis, 
Hendersonville; James Jackson, Fruit. • 
land; John T. Staton, Sain- 

Board of Education— James M. Justice 
(Chairman), Hendersonville; F. A. 
Brown, Fruitland; T. J. Rickman, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 7 1-3 cents; 
for other purposes, 28 cents. Total, 77 
cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

Bonded Debt of County— $97,000. 

HERTFORD. 

County Seat, Winton. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. F. Newsom, 
Winton. 

Register of Deeds— Jas. P. Freeman, 
Winton. 

Treasurer — H. B. Vann, Winton. 

Sheriff— T. F. Winslow, Winton. 

Coroner — I. N. White. 

Surveyor — James P. Winslow. 

Superintendent County Home— John W. 
Doughtie, Union. 

County Physician— John W. Taylor, 
Union. 

County Attorney— G. Cowper, Winton. 

County Commissioners — Walter White, 
C. W. Morgan, D. S. Newby. 

Board of Education— J. C. Scarborough 
(Chairman), Murfreesboro; J. D. Rid- 
dick, Riddicksville; John E. Vann, 
Winton. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, £5 
cents. Total, 66 2-3 cents. 

HYDE. 

County Seat, Swan Quarter. 

Clerk Superior Court— Reuben D. Har- 
ris, Swan Quarter. 

Register of Deeds— Geo. W. Brown, 
Swan Quarter. 

Treasurer— Greely Bruin, Swan 

Quarter. 

Sheriff— Alonza L. Cutrell, Fairfield. 

Coroner— Dr. N. M. Gibbs, Fairfield. 

Surveyor— Geo. W. Swindell, Swan 
Quarter. 

Standard Keeper— R. B. Weston. 

Superintendent County Home— B. F. 
Midgett, Swan Quarter. 

County Physician— Dr. E. H. Jones, 
Lake Comfort. 

County Attorney— S. S. Mann, Swan 
Quarter. 

County Commissioners— Walter Jarvis 
(Chairman), Scranton; J. M. Hall, Mld- 
dleton; Daniel E. Harris, Swan Quart' r. 

Board of Education— T. H. B. Qlbba 
(Chairman), Fairfield; S. S. Mann. Swan 
Quarter; W. P. Burrus, Mlddl 

Tax Rate— For county, 38 2-3 centT; 
for schools, 18 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $2,500. 



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IREDELL. 

County Seat, Statesville. 

Clerk Superior Court — J. A. Hartness, 
Statesville. 

Register of Deeds — W. W. Turner, 
Statesville. 

Treasurer — John A. Haynes, States- 
ville. 

Sheriff— John H. Wycoff, Statesville. 

Coroner— Geo. M. Foard, Statesville. 

Surveyor — Ira W. Somers, Stony Point. 

Public Administrator— Geo. W. Clegg, 
Statesville. 

Superintendent County Home — W. D. 
Estess, Barium Springs. 

Superintendent of Roads— N. T. Sum- 
mers Olin. 

County Physician— Dr. H. F. Long, 
Statesville. 

County Attorneys— Armfleld & Turner, 
Statesville. 

County Commissioners— T. M. C. 
Davidson (Chairman), Statesville; M. K. 
Steele, Turnersburg; Joseph A. Gray, 
Mooresville; Jos. A. Black, Mt. Mourne. 

Board of Education— J. H. Hill (Chair- 
man), Statesville; M. A. Fiemster, Arm- 
fleld; M. W. White, Mooresville. 

Tax Rate — For Iredell county, 75 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 8 1-3 
cents; for other purposes, 23 2-3 cents; 
for State, 25 cents. 

JACKSON. 

County Seat, Webster. 

Clerk Superior Court— Felix E. Alley, 
Webster. 

Register of Deeds— J. Robert Long, 
Webster. 

Treasurer— A. V. P. Bryson, Webster. 

Sheriff— William A. Henson, Webster. 

Coroner— J. W. Shelton, Painter. 

Surveyor— C. W. Allen, Sylva. 

Standard Keeper— N. Coward, Web- 
ster. 

Superintendent County Home— Marion 
Stiles, Webster. 

County Physician— Dr. Win. Self, 
Webster. 

County Attorney— H. G. Robertson, 
Webster. 

County Commisioners— C. A. Bird 
(Chairman), Quallatown; T. L. Jamison, 
Glenville; R. H. Brown, Painter. 

Board of Education— M. Buctianan 
(Chairman), Sylva; W. T. Dietz, Dietz; 
Robert L. Madison, Painter. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads and 
bridges, 33 1-3 cents. Total, 75 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— About $3,000. 

JOHNSTON. 

County Seat, Smithfleld. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. S. Stevens, 
Smithfleld. 

Register of Deeds— J. W. Stephenson, 
Smithfleld. 

Treasurer— J. W. Futrell, Selma. 

Sheriff— J. T. Ellington, Smithfleld. 



Coroner— Dr. J. B. Person, Jr., S' 

Surveyor— T. R. Fulghum, Pin 

Standard Keeper— J. B. Tonili 
Smithfleld. 

Superintendent County Home— Gen. S 
Wilson, Smithfleld. 

County Physician — Dr. L. 1). Wharton, 
Smithfleld. 

County Attorney— John A. Nfarron, 
Smithfleld. 

County Commissioners — ('. M . Wilson 
(Chairman), Wilson Mills; M. G. Gull y 
Clayton; J. H. Boone, Benson; W. T. 
Bailey, Kenly; Geo. H. Perry, Princeton. 

Board of Education -W. K. Gerola 
(Chairman), Pine Level; John Stephen- 
son, Atfa; P. H. C. Dupree, Bentons- 
ville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for stock, law. 25 cts. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County - 
One. 

JONES. 
County Seat, Trenton. 

Clerk Superior Court— S. E. Koonce, 
Trenton. 

Register of Deeds— Furnifold Brock, 
Trenton. 

Treasurer— Chas. A. Rhodes, Comfort. 

Sheriff— M. N. Harriette, Pollocks- 
ville. 

Coroner— A. C. Pollock, Trenton. 

Surveyor— J. F. Noble, Trenton. 

Standard Keeper— S. Barker, Trenton. 

Superintendent County Home— Oscar | 
Moore, Trenton. 

County Physician— S. E. Koonce, Jr., 
Pollocksville. 

County Attorney— Thos. D. Warren, 
Trenton. 

County Commissioners— J. H. Bell 
(Chairman), Pollocksville; W. B. Har- 
gett, Tuckahoe P. O.; John W. Mallard, 
Trenton. 

Board of Education— Wm. H. Ham- 
mond (Chairman), Trenton; Beuj. Brock, 
Jr., Comfort P. O.; F. M. Dixon, Tuck- 
ahoe P. O. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other pun 
25 cents. Total, 66 2-3 cents. 

LENOIR. 

County Seat, Kinston. 
Clerk Superior Court— Plato Col 
Kinston. 
Register of Deeds— W. D. Suggs, 1 

ston. 

Treasurer— Joseph B. Temple. Kinston. 

Sheriff— John C. Wooten, Kinston. 

Coroner— Redding W. Pope, Kinston. 

Surveyor— Elijah P. Loftin, Coahi 

Standard Keeper— W. II. Brock, Kin- 
ston. _ , _, „. 

Superintendent of Roads— Henry Ed- 
wards, Woodington. 

County Physician— W. T. Parrott, Km 

County Commissioners— B. W. Canady 
(Chairman), Kinston; l>.W Wood, U8 
Grange- A W Whitfield, Kinston. 



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Board of Education— Dr. F. A. Whit- 
aker (Chairman), Kinston; W. O. Mose- 
ley, Kinston; W. B. Nunn, Fink Hill. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 15 cents: 
for fence, 10 cents; for State, 21 2-3 
cents; for pension, 3 1-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One county and one rairoad bridge. 

LINCOLN. 

County Seat, Lincolnton. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. Nixon, Lin- 
colton. 

Register of Deeds— H. A. Self, Lin- 
colnton. 

Treasurer — L. B. Camp, Lincolnton. 

Sheriff— J. K. Cline, Lincolnton. 

Coroner — Lawson Hauser, Lincolnton. 

Surveyor— T. H. Proctor, Denver. 

Standard Keeper— R. B. Ballard, Mc- 
pelah. 

Superintendent County Home — James 
F. Sain, Lincolnton. 

County Physician — Thos. F. Costner, 
Lincolnton. 

County Attorney — C. E. Childs, Lin- 
colnton. 

County Commissioners— S. D. Burgin 
(Chairman), Lincolnton; P. B. Bess, Or- 
leans; S. A. Sain, Reepsville; H. P. 
Killian, Derr; S. A. Hager, Hager. 

Board of Education — A. L. Quickel 
(Chairman), Lincolnton; R. B. Sullivan, 
Lincolnton; D. C. K. Wilkinson, Chroni- 
cle. 

Tax Rate— For county, 25 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for State and pensions, 
21 2-3 cents. Total, 66 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

Mcdowell. 

County Seat, Marion. 

Clerk Superior Court— Thomas Morris, 
Marion. 

Register of Deeds— T. W. Wilson, 
Marion. 

Treasurer— W. M. Goodson, Marion. 

Sheriff— Wm. McD. Burgin, Marion. 

Coroner— G. P. Reid, Old Fort. 

Surveyor— W. H. Greenlee, Old Fort. 

Standard Keeper— W. H. Babbitt, 
Marion. 

Superintendent County Home— J. A. 
Poteet, Marion. 

Superintendent of Roads— J. C. Brown, 
Marion. 

County Physician— Dr. B. A. Cheek, 
Marion. 

County Attorney— D. E. Hudgins, 
Marion. 

County Commissioners — B. B. Price 
(Chairman), Marion; J. L. Padgett, 
Rocky Pass; L. P. Crawford, Old Fort. 

Board of Education— John R. Denton 
(Chairman), Dysortsville; J. L. Wilson, 
Nebo; J. S. Bradley, Old Fort. 

Tax Rate— For roads in Marion town- 
ship, 15 cents; county, 62 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 25 



cents. Total, $1.05, except In Marlon 
township. 

Number of Iron Bridges In County- 
Three. 

Bonded Debt of County— $58,900. 

MACON. 
County Seat, Franklin. 

Clerk Superior Court— Lee Crawford, 
Franklin. 

Register of Deeds— David W. Blaine, 
Franklin. 

Sheriff— T. B. Higdon, Higdonville. 

Coroner— W. R. Bulgin, Ellijay. 

Surveyor— E. A. Stanfleld, Franklin. 

Standard Keeper— W. A. McConnell, 
Franklin. 

Superintendent County Home— W. A. 
Ramsey, Franklin. 

County Physician— Dr. F. L. Siler, 
Franklin. 

County Attorneys— Horn & Mann, 
Franklin. 

County Commissioners — W. B. McGuire 
(Chairman), Jas. Carpenter, Joseph Mor- 
gan. 

Board of Education— J. A. Deal (Chair- 
man), Franklin; W. J. Evans, Flats; 
M. L. Kelly, Franklin. 

Tax Rate— For county, 32 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 10 cents; for 
State, 25 cents. Total, 85 cents. 

MADISON. 

County Seat, Marshall. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. H. White, 
Marshall. 

Register of Deeds— Van B. Davis, Mar- 
shall. 

Treasurer — Frank Roberts, Marshall. 

Sheriff— Robert S. Ramsey, Marshall. 

Coroner — A. J. McDevitt, Leonard. 

Surveyor — John B. Davis, Marshall. 

Standard Keeper— V. B. Davis, Mar- 
shall. 

Superintendent County Home — Len. 
Henderson, Marshall. 

County Physician— Jas. K. Hardwtcke, 
Marshall. 

County Attorney— Thos. S. Rollins, 
Marshall. 

County Commissioners— Wm. M. Eng- 
lish (Chairman), English; Wm. S. Rice, 
Big Laurel; Ira Plemmons, Spring 

Board of Education— Jasper I '.it' 
(Chairman), Spring Creek; D. S. Ball, 
Calfornia Creek; Rev. A. J. Boley, Wal- 
nut Run. 

Tax Rate— For county, 33 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 5 c< 
Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Bonded Debt of County— $24,000; 
ing, $30,000. 

MARTIN. 
County Seat, Williamston. 
Clerk Superior Court— Jas. A. Hobbs, 
Williamston. 



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Register of Deeds— W. C. Manning, 
Willlamston. 

Treasurer— H. M. Burras, Williamston. 

Sheriff— -J. C. Crawford, Williamston. 

Coroner— Dr. R. J. Nelson, Everetts. 

Surveyor— Sylvester Peel, William- 
ston. 

Standard Keeper— Walter Burnett, Co- 
rn ho. 

Superintendent County Home — A. H. 
Griffin, Williamston. 

County Physician— Dr. W. H. Harrell, 
Williamston. 

County Commissioners — J. B. Coffleld 
(Chairman), Everetts; J. Z. Brown, 
Jamesville; O. K. Cowing, Williamston. 

Board of Education— Jos. T. Waldo 
(Chairman), Hamilton; J. A. Whitley, 
Everetts; S. R. Biggs, Williamston. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents. Total, 41 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County— 

MECKLENBURG. 

County Seat, Charlotte. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. A. Russell, 
Charlotte. 

Register of Deeds— A. M. McDonald, 
Charlotte. 

Treasurer — E. H. Walker, Charlotte. 

Sheriff— N. W. Wallace, Charlotte. 

Coroner — A. A. Cathey, Sandifer. 

Surveyor — J. B. Spratt, Dixie. 

Standard Keeper— A. R. Willman, 
Charlotte. 

Public Administrator— H. N. Pharr, 
Charlotte. 

Superintendent County Home— W. J. 
McCall, Charlotte. 

Superintendent of Roads— C. A. Spratt, 
Charlotte. 

County Physician— F. M. Winchester, 
Charlotte. 

County Attorneys— Burwell, Walker & 
Cansler, Charlotte. 

County Commissioners — John B. Ross 
(Chairman), Charlotte; J. B. Watt, Steel 
Creek; W. G. McLaughlin, Sardis; Dr. J. 
P. Munroe, Davidson; P. C. Henderson, 
Croft. 

Board of Education— J. G. Baird 
(Chairman), Charlotte; W. S. Pharr, 
Charlotte; S. S. Herron, Dixie. 

Tax Rate— For county, 41 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 7 cents; 
for convict, 25 cents. Total, 91 2-3 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Roads— 
Eighty ; cost per mile, $3,000. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Four. 

Bonded Debt in County— $300,000; float- 
ing, $75,000. 

MITCHELL. 
County Seat, Bakersville. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. C. Bowman, 
Bakersville. 

Register of Deeds — T. B. Garland, 
Bakersville. 

Treasurer — S. J. Black, Bakersville. 



Sheriff— C. Garland, Herrells. 

Coroner— V. R. Butt, Bakersville. 

Surveyor— Neally Wise, Bakersville. 

Superintendent County Home— Lace 
Bvrd, Bakersville. 

County Physician— C. E. Smith, Bak- 
ersville. 

County Attorney— S. J. Black, Bakers- 
ville. 

County Commissioners— John Peterson 
(Chairman), Relief; T. H. McCoury, 
Frank; Melvins Vance, Hughes. 

Board of Education— J. H. Greene 
(Chairman), Bakersville; R. G. Wilson, 
Bakersville; D. W. Greene, Ledger. 

MONTGOMERY. 

County Seat, Troy. 

Clerk Superior Court— C. A. Arm- 
strong, Troy. 

Register of Deeds— W. D. Allen, Troy. 

Treasurer— W. D. Clark, Troy. 

Sheriff— W. D. Clark, Troy. 

Coroner— Dr. Daligny, Eldorado. 

Surveyor— N. M. Thayer, Eldorado. 

Superintendent County Home— E. D. 
Hurley, Troy. 

County Physician— Dr. M. P. Blair, 
Troy. 

County Attorney— J. R. Blair, Troy. 

County Commissioners — D. D. Mc- 
Kennon (Chairman), Wadeville; John C. 
Corneleson, eagles Mills; J. C. Currie, 
Candor. 

Board of Education— John C. Bruton 
(Chairman), Troy; R. A. Bruton, Mt. 
Gilead; M. E. Shamburger, Pekin. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
40 cents. Total, 81 2-3 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $6,000. 

MOORE. 

County Seat, Carthage. 

Clerk Superior Court — Daniel A. Mc- 
Donald, Carthage. 

Register of Deeds— A. L. Mcintosh, 
Carthage. 

Treasurer— Eli P. Seawell, Carthage. 

Sheriff— S. M. Jones, Carthage. 

Coroner— Dr. G. McLee, Carthage. 

Surveyor — Francis Deaton, Carthage. 

Public Administrator — Mel. Kennedy, 
Eagle Springs. 

Superintendent County Home— Samuel 
Stewart, Carthage. 

County Physician — Dr. G. McLeod, 
Carthage. 

County Attorney— U. L. Spence, Car- 
thage. 

County Commissioners — D. O. Bryan 
(Chairman), Jonesboro; I. N. Edwards, 
Quiet; C. McNiell, Why Not. 

Board of Education — F. M. Langly 
(Chairman), Bensalem; M. A. McLeod, 
Broadway; J. R. Comer, Spencerville. 

NASH. 

County Seat, Nashville. 
Clerk Superior Court— T. A. Sills, , 
Nashville. 



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Register of Deeds— J. A. Whitaker, 
Nashville. 

Treasurer— E. J. Braswell, Battleboro. 

Sheriff— W. M. Warren, Nashville. 

Coroner— J. H. Griffin, Nashville. 

Surveyor— J. C. Beal, Red Oak. 

Standard Keeper— Geo. Griffin, Nash- 
ville. 

Superintendent County Home — J. J. 
Kemp, Nashville. 

County Physician— Jas. P. Battle, 
Nashville. 

County Attorney— B. H. Bunn, Rocky 
Mount. 

County Commissioners— W. E. Jeffreys 
(Chairman), Rocky Mount; K. W. Bal- 
lentine, Dry Wells; S. A. Batchelor, 
Nashville. 

Board of Education— Thos. Westray 
(Chairman), Finch; T. V. Avent, Ita; 
J. C. Beal, Red Oak. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for county .special, 
5 cents. Total, 46 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Three. 

NEW HANOVER. 

County Seat, Wilmington. 

Clerk Superior Court— John D. Taylor, 
Wilmington. 

Register of Deeds— Wm. H. Biddle, 
Wilmington. 

Treasurer— H. McL. Green, Wilming- 
ton. 

Sheriff— Frank H. Stedman, Wilming- 
ton. 

Coroner— W. F. Stokes, Wilmington. 

Surveyor— Jos. H. McRee, Wilmington. 

Standard Keeper— G. C. Simmons, Wil- 
mington. 

Superintendent County Home— M. G. 
L/uadwick, Wilmington. 

Superintendent of ^oads— John Barry, 
Wilmington. 

County Physician— W. D. McMillar., 
Wilmington. 

County Attorney— W. B. McKoy, Wil- 
mington. 

County Commissioners— D. McEachern 
(Chairman), Wilmington; Gabe Holmes, 
Wilmington; F. A. Montgomery, Wil- 
mington; H. L. Vollers, Wilmington; 
W. F. Alexander, Wilmington. 

Board of Education— W. A. Johnson 
(Chairman), Wilmington; W. H. Sprunt, 
Wilmington; Donald MacRae, Wil- 
mington. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for roads, 10 cents; for other purposes, 
19 cents. Total, 52 2-3 cents. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— 
Fourteen miles (public and private); 
cost per mile, $2,400. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Two, and three railroad bridges. 

Bonded Debt of County— $42,000. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

County Seat, Jackson. 
Clerk Superior Court— J. T. Flythe, 
Jackson. 



Register of Deeds— M. F. Stancell, 
Jackson. 

Treasurer— J. G. L. Crocker, Seaboard. 

Sheriff — W. H. Joyner, Garysburg. 

Coroner — Thomas Duke, Rehoboth. 

Surveyor— E. P. Outland, Eagletown. 

Standard Keeper — Edwin Wright, 
Jackson. 

Public Administrator— S. J. Calvert, 
Jackson. 

Superintendent County Home— A. II. 
Reid, Jackson. 

County Physician— Dr. H. W. Lewis, 
Jackson. 

County Attorney— F. R. Harris, Jack- 
son. 

County Commissioners— I. P. Parker 
(Chairman), Margarettsvillo; C. P. 
Stephenson, Seaboard; Wm. Barrow, 
Jackson; B. F. Martin, Conway; G. M. 
Powell, Potecasi. 

Board of Education— Everett Lassiter 
(Chairman), Potecasi; J. S. Grant, 
Jackson; J. B. Stephenson, Severn. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; 
for schools, 18 cents; for special pur- 
poses, 1 cent. 

Bonded Debt of County— $14,000; float- 
ing, $500. 

ONSLOW. 

County Seat, Jacksonville. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. W. Burton, 
Jacksonville. 

Register of Deeds— I. E. Ketchum, 
Jacksonville. 

Treasurer— Frank Andrews, Tar Land- 
ing. 

Sheriff— D. J. Sanders, Jacksonville. 

Coroner— B. L. Kellum, Jacksonville. 

Surveyor— W. A. Jones, Jacksonville. 

Standard Keeper— L. J. Taylor, Jack- 
sonville. 

County Physician— E. L. Cox, Jackson- 
ville. 

County Attorney— Frank Thompson, 
Jacksonville. 

County Commissioners— Nash Mattock 
(chairman), B. Venters, W. P. Walton. 

Board Education— Wm. Murrill, I 
arine Lake; J .B. Grant, Snead's Ferrj 
S. L. Gerock, Belgrade. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
13 1-3 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $40,000. 

ORANGE. 

County Seat, Hillsboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— D. H. Hamilton, 
Hillsboro. 

Register of Deeds— John Laws, 1 
boro. __„, . 

Treasurer— E. A. Dickson. Hillsboro. 

Sheriff— John K. Hughes. Hillsboro. 

Coroner— Dr. D. C. Parris, Hillsbi 

Surveyor— J. O. Webb, Hillsboro. 

Superintendent County Home— R. Bain, 
Efland. ..,,.. 

County Physician— C. D. Jones, Hills- 
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County Attorney— S. M. Gattis, Hills- 
boro. 

County Commissioners— James Laws, 
Jr. (chairman), Laws; James Monk, 
Hillsboro; W. R. Lloyd, Chapel Hill. 

Board Education — John P. Lockhart 
(chairman), Hillsboro; S. T. Forrest, 
Efland. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 10 cents; 
for other purposes, 4 cents. Total, 55 2-3 
cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $5,000. 

PAMLICO. 

County Seat, Bayboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. R. Rice, Bay- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds— Z. V. Rawls, Bay- 
boro. 

Treasurer— J. T. Cooper, Bayboro. 

Sheriff— W. J. Parker, Bayboro. 

Coroner— L. B. Midgett, Oriental. 

Surveyor— Paul T. Tingle, Stonewall. 

Superintendent County Home — Mrs. 
Sarah Williamson, Bayboro. 

County Physician— Dr. G. A. Caton, 
Bayboro. 

County Commissioners— C. A. Flowers 
(chairman), Vandemere; J. W. Cahoon, 
Florence; A. J. Holton, Sr., Olympia. 

Board Education— W. T. Mayo (chair- 
man), Mesic; J. F. Cowell, Bayboro; P. 
J. Daniels, Merritt. 

PASQUOTANK. 

County Seat, Elizabeth City. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. H. Jennings, 
Elizabeth City. 

Register of Deeds— J. C. Spence, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Treasurer— W. A. Foster, Rosedale. 

Sheriff— N. G. Grandy, Elizabeth City. 

Coroner— Dr. Isaiah Fearing, Elizabeth 
City. 

Surveyor— John C. Perry, Elizabeth 
City. 

Standard Keeper— R. B. White, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Superintendent County Home— J. F. 
Newbold, Elizabeth City. 

County Physician— Dr. H. T. Aydlett, 
Elizabeth City. 

County Commissioners— Geo. M. Scott 
(chairman), Elizabeth City; Seth N 
Morgan, Elizabeth City; W. J. F. Spence, 
Rosedale; T. E. Palmer, Elisha; George 
D. Sherlock, Elizabeth City. 

Board Education— J. C. Commander 
(chairman), Elizabeth City; Chas. Reid 
Elizabeth City; E. V. Davenport, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Tax Rate— For county, 27 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 5 
cents. Total, 50 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $2,000; float- 
ing debt of county, $500. 

PENDER. 

County Seat, Burgaw. 
Clerk Superior Court— W. W. Larkins 
Burgaw. 



Treasurer — W. W. Alderman, Burgaw. 

Sheriff— W. W. Alderman, Burgaw. 

Coroner — L. L. Ardrey, Burgaw. 

Surveyor — C. C .Woodcock, Moore's 
Creek. 

Standard Keeper— T. V. Bordeaux, 
Burgaw. 

Superintendent County Home — J. K. 
Brown. 

County Physician— L. L. Ardrey, Bur- 
gaw. 

County Attorney— J. T. Bland, Burgaw. 

County Commissioners — K. F. Powers 
(chairman), A. T. Herring, Frank P. 
Flynn. 

Board Education— T. H. W. Mclntire 
(chairman), Ivanhoe; J. K. James, 
Maple Hill; J. B. Davis, Rocky Point. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 10 
cents 

PERQUIMANS. 
County Seat, Hertford. 

Clerk Superior Court— Elmer V. Perry, 
Hertford. 

Register of Deeds— William R. White, 
Hertford. 

Treasurer — L. W. Norman, Hertford. 

Sheriff— F. F. Winslow, Hertford. 

Coroner— I. N. White, Hertford; 

Surveyor — James P. Winslow, Hert- 
ford. 

Standard Keeper— J. H. Killy, Hert- 
ford. 

Superintendent County Home — Peter 
Swain. 

County Phyician — C. C. Winslow. 

County Commissioners — C. W. Morgan 
(chairman), Hertford; Walter White, 
Belvidere; D. G. Newby, Durant's Neck; 
Anderson White, Hertford; E. D. Wins- 
low, Hertford. 

Board Education — G. H| Newby (chair- 
man), J. H. Miller, L. B. Perry. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents 
(regular), 3 1-3 cents (special); for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes 
(State), 21 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

Bonded Debt of County— $7,000. 

PERSON. 

County Seat, Roxboro, 

Clerk Superior Court— De Arcy W. 
Bradsher, Roxboro. 

Register of Deeds— William E. Webb, 
Roxboro. 

Treasurer— John B. Day, Bethel Hill. 

Sheriff— John R. Sims, Roxboro. 

Coroner— Dr. James A. Wise, Roxboro. 

Surveyor— C. A. Whitefleld, Yancey. 

Superintendent County Home — E. D. 
Jacobs, Roxboro. 

County Physician— Dr. J. A. Wise, 
Roxboro. 

County Commissioners — W. T. Noell 
(chairman), Mt. Tirzah; Henry G. Clay- 
ton, Roxboro; Richard H. Baily, Woods- 
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Board Education— Jno A. Baird, Jr. 
(chairman), Roxboro; John S. Coleman, 
Moriah; Alex. M. Long, Bushy Fork. 

Tax Rate— For county, 21 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 5 
cents. Total, 44 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges In County- 
Three. 

Bonded Debt of County— $20,000; float- 
ing debt of county, $500. 

PITT. 

County Seat, Greenville. 

Clerk Superior Court— D. C. Moore, 
Greenville. 

Register of Deeds— T. R. Moore, Green- 
ville. 

Treasurer— J. B. Cherry, Greenville. 

Sheriff— O. W. Harington, Greenville. 

Coroner— Dr. C. O'H. Laughinghouse, 
Greenville. 

Surveyor— John D. Cox, Winterville. 

Standard Keeper— J. A. Harrington, 
Ayden. 

Public Administrator— Jesse Cannon, 
Ayden. 

Superintendent County Home — J. W. 
Smith, Greenville. 

County Physician— Dr. C. O'H. Laugh- 
inghouse, Greenville. 

County Attorneys — Jarvis & Blow, 
Greenville. 

County Commissioners — R. L. Davis 
(chairman), Farmville; C. J. Tucker, 
Grifton; W. G. Little., Grindool. 

Board Education — A. G. Cox (chair- 
man), Winterville; S. M. Jones, Bethel; 
Wm. F. Harding, Greenville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents. 

POLK. 

County Seat, Columbus. 

Clerk Superior Court — N. B. Hampton, 
Columbus . 

Register of Deeds — A. L. McMurry, Co- 
lumbus. 

Treasurer — S. B. Edwards, Columbus. 

Sheriff— W. C. Robertson, Saluda. 

Coroner — J. R. Smith, Columbus. 

Surveyor — O. T. Wilson, Millspring. 

Standard Keeper— C. C. Hampton, Co- 
lumbus. 

Superintendent County Home — H. P. 
! Arledge, Columbus. 
I County Physician— Earl Grady, Tryon. 

County Attorney— G. C. Justice, Co- 
lumbus. 

County Commissioners— A. E. Jones 
(chairman), Myra; T. P. Covington, 
Sandy Springs; J. B. Rhodes, Saluda. 

Board Education — W. M. Justice 
(chairman), Millspring; T. T. Ballinger, 
. Tryon; J. M. Putnam, Collinsville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 38 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 15 cents. 
Total, 71 2-3 cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $1,500. 



RANDOLPH. 

County Seat, Asheboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— G. G. Hendricks, 
Asheboro. 

Register of Deeds— J. T. Winslow, 
Asheboro. 

Treasurer— D. M. Hollady, Asheboro. 

Sheriff— W. F. Redding, Asheboro. 

Coroner— S. W. Cadddl, ttamseur. 

Surveyor— J. W. Ellison, Franklins- 
ville. 

Standard Keeper— Joseph Redding, 
Asheboro. 

Public Administrator— S. S. Cox, 
Brown. 

Superintendent County Home— W. S. 
Crowson, Bulla. 

Superintendent of Roads— W. T. Smith, 
Liberty. 

County Physician— Dr. T. T. Ferree, 
Asheboro. 

County Attorney— M. S. Robins, Ashe- 
boro. 

County Commissioners — C. J. Cox 
(chairman), Asheboro; W. F. Bowman, 
Liberty; L. G. B. Bingham, Flora. 

Board Education — W. N. Elder (chair- 
man), Maud; J. W. Birkhead, Asheboro; 
W. T. Foushee, Ramseur. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, S 1-3 cents; 
for other purposes, 21 2-3 cents. Total, 
71 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Two. 

RICHMOND. 

County Seat, Rockingham. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. I. Everett, 
Rockingham. 

Register of Deeds— Walter Thomas, 
Rockingham. 

Treasurer— Thos. S. Wright, Rocking- 
ham. 

Sheriff— Thomas S. Wright, Rocking- 
ham. 

Coroner — Daniel Gay, Rockingham. 

Surveyor — Neill A. Graham, Rocking- 
ham. 

Standard Keeper— A. B. Nicholson, 
Rockingham. 

Superintendent County Home — W. Gib- 
son, Rockingham. 

County Physician— Dr. James Ledbot- 
ter, Rockingham. 

County Attorney— Cameron Morrison, 
Rockingham. 

Couny Commissioners — W. C. 1 
(chairman), Rockingham; E. C. Tiny. 
Rockingham; E. D. Whitlock, Rocking- 
ham. 

Board Education — J. A. Baldwin (chair- 
man), Covington; W. E. Crosland, Rock- 
ingham; H. S. Ledbetter, Rockingham. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
other purposes, 7 cents. Total, 80 

Bonded Debt of County— $15,000; 
ing debt of county, $5,000. 



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ROBESON. 

County Seat, Lumberton. 

Clerk Superior Court— Wm. H. Hum- 
I'lmv. Lumberton. 

Register of Deeds— Joe N. Buie, Lum- 
bi rton. 

Treasurer— Thomas Kinlaw, Lumber- 
Sheriff— GeorgeB. MeLeod, Lumberton. 

Coroner— Dr. R. F. Lewis, Lumberton. 

Surveyor— Daniel C. Buie, Moss Neck. 

Standard Keeper— George E. Rancke, 
Lumberton. 

Superintendent County Home— J. J. 
Nance — Lumberton. 

County Physician— Dr. Henry T. Pope, 
Lumberton. 

County Attorneys— McLean & McLean, 
Lumberton. 

County Commissioners— Angus L. 
L. Shaw (chairman), Lumberbridge; 
H. M. John, Alfordsville; Wm. A. Leg- 
gett, Nye. 

Hoard Education— John A. McAllester 
(chairman), Lumberton; John W. Gra- 
ham. Red Springs; J. E. Nye, Nye. 

Tax Rate— For County, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
One. 

ROCKINGHAM. 

County Seat, Wentworth. 

Clerk Superior Court— Jas V 
Wentworth. 

Register of Deeds— James A. 
Wentworth. 

Treasurer— Robert W. Hutcherson, 
Reidsville. 

Sheriff— Robert W. Hutcherson, Reids- 
ville. 

Coroner— John Sharp, Basin. 

Surveyor— W. K. Gibbs, Reidsville. 

Superintendent County Home— J. A. 
Hancock, Wentworth. 

Superintendent of Roads— D. L. Black- 
burne. Wentworth. 

County Physician— Samuel Ellington, 
Wentworth. 

County Attorney— P. B. Johnston, 
Reidsville. 

County Commissioners— Thos. R. Pratt 
(chairman). Madison; x. W. Hopkins, 
Monroeton ; J. S. McAlister, Spray. 

Board Education— Hiram Foard (chair- 
man), Leaksville; George W. Martin, 
Madison; D. W. Johnston, Reidsville. 

Tax Rate— 76 cents on property, $2.28 
poll; for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 
8 1-3 cents; other purposes, 49 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Four. 

Bonded Debt of County— $11,000. 

ROWAN. 

County Seat, Salisbury. 

Clerk Superior Court— Wm. G. Watson 
Salisbury. 

Register of Deeds— A. Lee Smoot, Salis- 
bury. 



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Scales, 



Treasurer— A. W. Winecoff. Salisbury. 

Sheriff— David R. Julian, Salisbury. 

Coroner — E. Rose Dorsett, Salisbury. 

Surveyor— C. M. Miller, Salisbury. 

Standard Keeper— C. H. Swink, Salis- 
bury. 

Public Administrator— John J. Stewart, 
Salisbury. 

Superintendent County Home — Adam 
M. Brown, Salisbury. 

Superintendent of Roads — J. H. L. 
Rice, Salisbury. 

County Physician — W. L. Crump, Salis- 
bury. 

County Attorneys— Lee S. Overman and 
T. C. Linn, Salisbury. 

County Commissioners — J. F. McCub- 
bins( chairman), Salisbury; P. D. Linn, 
Salisbury; Sanford Henly, Alpha; W. A. 
Houck, Lipe; W. L. Kluttz, Salisbury. 

Board Education— V. R. Stickley 
(chairman), Enochville; P. A. Sloop, 
Yost; John K. Goodman, Mt. TJlla. 

Tax Rate— For county, 15 cents; for 
schools, 20 cents; for roads, 15 cents; 
for State and pension, 25 cents. Total. 
75 cents. Poll tax, $2.25. 

Number of Miles Macadam Road— 
About 8. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
One. 

Floating Debt of County— About $12,000. 

RUTHERFORD. 

County Seat, Rutherfordton. 

Clerk Superior Court — M. O. Dickerson, 
Rutherfordton. * 

Register of Deeds — J. P. Jones, Ruth- 
erfordton. 

Treasurer— C. L. Miller, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Sheriff— E. A. Martin, Rutherfordton. 

Coroner — P. H. Hardin, Forest City. 

Surveyor— C. W. Watkins, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Standard Keeper— Jerry Atkins, Island 
Ford. 

Superintendent County Home— A. P. 
Hill, Rutherfordton. 

County Physician— Dr. W. A. Thomp- 
son, Rutherfordton. 

County Attorney— S. Gallert, Ruther- 
fordton. 

County Commissioners— C. M. Lynch 
(chairman), Rutherfordton; L. A. Hol- 
land, Henrietta; G. M. Flack, Brittain. 

Board Education — S. 
man), Rutherfordton; 
Rutherfordton; A. H. 
City. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 36 
cents. Total 77 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Three. 

Bonded Debt of County— $125,000; float- 
ing debt of county, $10,000. 

SAMPSON. 

County Seat, Clinton. 
Clerk Superior Court— W. K. Pigford, 
Clinton. 



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Register of Deeds— Richard A. Ingram, 
Clinton. 

Treasurer — J. M. Marshbnrn, Clinton. 

Sheriff— A. W. Aman, Clinton. 

Coroner — J. O. Matthews, Taylor's 
Bridge. 

Surveyor — W. A. Barbrey, Keener. 

Standard Keeper— Thomas Nolly, Clin- 
ton. 

Superintendent County Home— V. J. 
McArthur, Lissa. 

Superintendent of Roads — V. J. Mc- 
Arthur, Lissa. 

County Bhysician— R. E. Lee, Clin- 
ton. 

County Commissioners — V. J. McAr- 
thur (chairman), Lissa; A. T. Herring, 
Blake; George Highsmith, Coharie; D. 
C. McFhail, Blake; Willy C. Jackson, 
Hawley's Store. 

Board Education — W. J. Fugh (chair- 
man), Clinton; C. E. Daniel, Turkey; L. 
L. Matthis, Six Runs. 

SCOTLAND. 

County Seat, Laurinburg. 

Clerk Superior Court — H. H. Coving- 
ton, Laurinburg. 

Register of Deeds — G. H. Russell, Lau- 
rinburg. 

Treasurer — W. D. McLaurin, Laurin- 
burg. 

Sheriff— W. D. McLaurin, Laurenburg. 

Coroner — G. A. Roper, Laurinburg. 

Surveyor — W. J. Matthews, Riverton. 

County Commissioners — F. B. Gibson 
(chairman), Gibson; Rod McRae, Lau- 
rinburg; J. A. McKay, Fontcol. 

Board Education— W. G. Quakenbush 
(chairman), Laurinburg; F. P. Wyche, 
Laurinburg; A. F. Patterson, Fairley. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
other purposes, 7 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— Liable with 
• Richmond. (See Richmond county.) 

STANLY. 

County Seat, Albemarle. 

Clerk Superior Court — R. A. Crowell, 
Albemarle. 

Register of Deeds— W. T. Huckabee, 
Albemarle. 

Treasurer— I. W. Snuggs, Albemarle. 

Sheriff— G. R. McCain, Albemarle. 

Coroner— W. R. McSwain, Cottonville. 

Surveyor— D. A. Holt, New London. 

Standard Keeper— Jno W. Saunders, 
Albemarle. 

Superintendent County Home — L. C. 
Holt, New London. 

County Physician— Dr. V. A. Whittey, 
Albemarle. 

County Commissioners — James P. Nash 
(chairman), Palmersville; J. C. Parker, 
Albemarle; R. L. Lipe, Millingport. 

Board Education — Julius Hathcock 
(chairman), Norwood; J. M. Harward, 
Effirds Mills; Millard Whittey, Effirds 
Mills. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for ! 



schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 
8 1-3 cents. Total, 50 cei I 

Bonded Debt of County— $5,500. 

Railroad Bonds in Litigation— $100,000. 

STOKES. 

County Seat, Danbury. 

Clerk Superior Court— N. O. Petree, 
Danbury. 

Register of Deeds— Isaac M. Gordon, 
Danbury. 

Treasurer— Henry H. Reid, Jewi 1. 

Sheriff— Reid P. Joyce, Danbury. 

Coroner— John J. Priddy. Jewel. 

Surveyor— R. P. Glidewell. Tuttles. 

Superintendent County Home— Jerry P. 
Smith, Meadows. 

County Physician— Dr. W. L. McCan- 
less, Danbury. 

County Attorney— Andrew H. Joyce, 
Danbury. 

County Commissioners — Robt. F. Shel- 
ton (chairman), Danbury; Jos. Martin, 
Jewel; Stephen W. Neal, Walnut Cove. 

Board Education — Capt. S. B. Taylor 
(chairman), Danbury; Dr. John \V. Neal, 
Meadows; D. F. Tillotson, Slate. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purpo 
25 cents (State and Pension). Total, 
66 2-3 cents. 

Bonded Debt of County— $6,300. 

SURRY. 

County Seat, Dobson. 

Clerk Superior Court— C. H. Haynes, 
Dobson. 

Register of Deeds— T. W. Davis, Dob- 
son. 

Treasurer — J. M. Davis, Mt. Airy. 

Sheriff— J. M. Davis, Mt. Airy. 

Coroner— S. H. Venable. Pilot Moun- 
tain. 

Surveyor— Vestal Taylor, Westfleld. 

Standard Keeper— R. Snow, Dobson. 

Superintendent County Home — J. W. 
Hicks, Dobson. 

County Physician— Jno R. Woltz, Dob- 
son. 

County Attorney— W. L. Reece, Dob- 
son. 

County Commissioners— Jno. L. Worth 
(chairman). Mt. Airy; J. M. Mel 
Edwardsville; Lee Jessup, Westfleld. 

Board Education— W. M. Cundiff 
(chairman), Siloam; A. II Freeman, 
Dobson; S. C. Franklin, Mt. Airy. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 ceni 
schools, 18 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Three. 

SWAIN. 
County Seat, Bryson City. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. J. Hall, Bry- 
son City. 

Register of Deeds— J. A. Watklns, Brj 
son City. 

Treasurer— T. H. Fairish. WliitM.r. 

Sheriff— S. A. DeHart, Bryson City. 

Coroner— Dr. R. L. Davis. Bryson City. 



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Surveyor— Gilmore Welch, Bushnell. 

Standard Keeper— W. A. Gibson, Bry- 
son City. 

Superintendent County Home — J. W. 
Coxie and son. Almond. 

County Physician— R. L. Davis, Bryson 
City. 

County Commissioners— W. H. Queen 
(chairman), Ocoua Lufty; T. G. Cham- 
l)i is, Bushnell; John Worley, Governor's 
Island. 

Board Education— J. S. Woodard 
(chairman), Needmore; W. T. Conley, 
Bryson City; J. H. Teague, Whittier. 

fax Rate — For schools, 18 cents; spe- 
cial county, 30 cents; for other purposes, 
23 2-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County — 
One. 

Bonded Debt of County— $15,000. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

County Seat, Brevard. 

Clerk Superior Court— T. T. Loftis, 
Brevard. 

Ki lister of Deeds — W. M. Henry, Bre- 
vard. 

Treasurer— J. W. McMinn, Brevard. 

Sheriff— J. C. King, Brevard. 

Coroner — J. A. Cannon, Jeptha. 

Surveyor— A. L. Hardin, Cedar Moun- 
tain. 

Superintendent County Home— W. P. 
Smith, Brevard. 

County Physician— Dr. M. M. King, 
! Brevard. 

County Attorney— W. B. Duckworth, 
Brevard. 

County Commissioners — L. W. Brooks 
(chairman), Cherryfield; T. H. Galloway, 
Brevard; C. M. Orr, Grange. 

Board Education — W. L. Carmichal 
(chairman), Brevard; E. M. Whitmire, 
Jeptha; C. M. Gallamore, Brevard. 

Tax Rate— Total. 83 1-3 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Four. 

Bonded Debt of County— $85,000. 

TYRRELL. 

County Seat, Columbia. 

Clerk Superior Court — G. L. Liverrnan, 
Columbia. 

Register of Deeds— T. L. Jones, Co- 
lumbia. 

Treasurer— W. P. Le Roy, Columbia. 

Sheriff— W. B. Cooper, Columbia. 

Superintendent County Home — H. W. 
Brickhouse, Columbia. 

County Commissioners — David Alex- 
ander (chairman), Creswell; John B. 
Caboon, Columbia; L. P. Combs, Fort 
Landing. 

Board Education— B. W. Cohn (chair- 
man), Columbia; J. G. Brickhouse, Co- 
lumbia; D. F. Armstrong, Gum Neck. 

Tax Rate— For county (general), 23 2-3 
cents; special, 20 cents; for schools, 18 
cents. 

Floating Debt of County— $1,050. 



UNION. 

County Seat, Monroe. 

Clerk Superior Court— E. A. Armfield, 
Monroe. 

Register of Deeds— J. M. Stewart, Mon- 
roe. 

Treasurer — J. H. Williams, Monroe. 

Sheriff— B. A. Horn, Monroe. 

Coroner — W. S. Belk, Waterloo. 

Surveyor — J. H. Boyte, Monroe. 

Standard Keeper— S. S. S. McCauley, 
Monroe. 

Superintendent County Home — William 
Stewart, Monroe. 

Superintendent of Roads — W. L. Howie, 
Monroe. 

County Physician — J. E. Ashchaft, 
Monroe. 

County Attorneys— Adams & Jerome, 
Monroe. 

County Commissioners — W. F. Morgan 
(chairman), Monroe; S. E. Belk, Zoar; 
A. J. Brooks, Marshville. 

Board Education— F. B. Ashcraft 
(chairman), Monroe; A. W. Heath, Wax- 
haw; J. W. Marsh, Marshville. 

Tax Rate — For county, 29 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads (Monroe 
Township), 33 1-3 cents; other townships, 
15 cents. 

Number of Miles Graded Road— Twen- 
ty-five. 

Bonded Debt of County— $7,050. 

VANCE. 

County Seat, Henderson. 

Clerk Superior Court— Henry Perry, 
Henderson. 

Register of Deeds— K. W. Edwards, 
Henderson. 

Treasurer— I. C. Bobbitt, Carlton. 

Sheriff— E. A. Powell, Henderson. 

Coroner— Simpson Dean, Henderson. 

Surveyor— W. H. Hood, Henderson. 

Standard Keeper— I. W. Duke, Epsom. 

Superintendent County Home — C. T. 
Moss, Henderson. 

County Physician— Dr. Goode Cheat- 
ham, Henderson. 

County Attorney— A. C. Zollicoffer, 
Henderson. 

County Commisioners — James Amos 
(chairman), Henderson; P. A. Bobbitt, 
Bobbitt; J. A. Fleming, Middelburg; H. 
W. Crews, Dabney; Henry T. Shanks, 
Williamsboro. 

Board Education— W. E. Gary (chair- 
man), Henderson; C. L. Blacknall, Kit- 
trell; Thomas Taylor, Townsville. 

Tax Rate— For county, 17 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 3 1-3 cents. 

WAKE. 

County Seat, Raleigh. 

Clerk Superior Court — Wm. M. Russ, 
Raleigh. 

Register of Deeds— Wm. H. Hood, Ra- 
leigh. 

Treasurer— Bailey P. Williamson, Ra- 
leigh. 



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Sheriff— Malcom W. Page, Morrisville. 
Coroner— J. L. Moore, Apex. 
Surveyor— Joseph Blake, Raleigh. 
Standard Keeper — W. M. Allen, Raleigh. 
Public Administrator— J. C. Marcom, 
Raleigh. 

Superintendent County Home — W. G. 
Allen, Raleigh. 

Superintendent of Roads— W. C. Mc- 
Mackin, Raleigh. 

County Physician— J. J. L. McCullers, 
McCullers. 

County Attorney— Armistead Jones, 
Raleigh. 

County Commissioners — A. H. Green 
(chairman), Raleigh; Millard Mial, Shot- 
well; J. W. Pegram, Myatt's Mills; W. 
C. Brewer, "Wake Forest; W. a. Elling- 
ton, Apex. 

Board Education— A. W. Moye (chair- 
man), Cary; J. L. Foster, Raleigh; Thos. 
Johns, Auburn. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 10 cents; 
Raleigh Township Graded schools, 60 
cents (Graded school bonds), 18 cents. 
Total, 78 cents. 

Number Miles Macadam and Graded 
Road— Nineteen; cost per mile (average), 
$1,400. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Six. 

Bonded Debt of County— $13,000 bridge; 
$20,000 courthouse; floating debt of coun- 
ty, $19,885.06. 

WARREN. 
County Seat, Warrenton. 
Clerk Superior Court— Wm. A. White, 
Warrenton. 

Register of Deeds-John A. Dowtin, 
Warrenton. 
Treasurer— J. L. Coleman, Macon. 
Sheriff— Robt. E. Davis, Warrenton. 
Coroner— Simon P. Fleming, Warren 
Plains. 
Surveyor— Anderson F. Brame, Macon. 
Public Administrator— John H. Kerr, 
Warrenton. 

Superintendent County Home— M. B. 
Alston, W'arrenton. 

Superintendent of Roads — Grant 
Beardsley, Ridgeway. 

County Physician— Dr. A. L. Pendle- 
ton, Warrenton. 

County Commissioners— M. J. Hawkins 
(chairman), Ridgeway; Robt. W. Alston, 
Shocco; Walter Allen, Axtel; P. M. Stall- 
ings, Warren Plains; J. J. Myrick, Lit- 
tleton. , , . 

Board Education— A. S. Webb (chair- 
man), Warren Plains; Wm. J. White, 
Warrenton; W. G. Coleman, Churchill. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 10 cents. 
Total, 51 2-3 cents. 

WASHINGTON. 
County Seat, Plymouth. 
Clerk Superior Court— W. M. Bate- 
man, Plymouth. 



Register of Deeds— F. R. Johnston, 
Plymouth. 

Treasurer— M. M. Alexander, Cresw. 11. 

Sheriff— W. J. Jackson, Plymouth. 

Coroner— B. F. Lucas, Roper. 

Surveyor— S. B. Johnston, K 

Standard Keeper — J. M. Arps, Ply- 
mouth. 

Superintendent County Home — Joseph 
Swain, Plymouth. 

County Physician— W. H. Ward, Ply- 
mouth. 

County Attorney— A. O. Gaylord, Ply- 
mouth. 

County Commissioners — J. A. Chcsson 
(chairman), Roper; J. M. Reid, Ply- 
mouth; Joseph Skittletharpe, Plymouth; 
E. R. Spruill, Skinnersville; Alfred Alex- 
ander, Creswell. 

Board Education — H. A. Liti I 
(chairman), Creswell; W. T. Spruill, 
Roper; T. L. Satterthwaite, Plymouth. 

Tax Rate — For county, 23 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for other purposes, 5 
cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
One. 

Bonded Debt of County— $3,800; floating 
debt of county, $1,200. 

WATAUGA. 

County Seat, Boone. 

Clerk Superior Court — John H. Bing- 
ham, Amantha. 

Register of Deeds— J. M. May, Boone. 

Treasurer— L. A. Greene, Norris. 

Sheriff— W. B. Baird, Valle Crucis. 

Coroner— H. L. Weaver, Dark Ridge. 

Surveyor— W. T. Vandyke, Boone. 

Standard Keeper— J. S. Culls, Boo 

County Physician— E. F. Bingham, 
Amantha. 

County Commissioners — John W. 
Hodges (chairman), Rutherwood; L. M. 
Trivett, Boone; W. L. Holshouser, Blow- 
ing Rock. 

Board Education— T. P. Adams (chair- 
man), Yerger; L. G. Maxwell, Riverside; 
W. M. Francum, Boone. 

Tax Rate — For county, 76 cents. 

WAYNE. 
County Seat, Goldsboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— Isaac F. Or- 
mond, Goldsboro. 

Register of Deeds— George C. Korne- 
gay, Goldsboro. 

Treasurer— Berry A. Parks, Saulston. 

Sheriff— Britton F. Scott, Goldsboro. 

Coroner— Dr. Thomas Hill, Goldsi 

Surveyor— S. D. Thornton. Starlight 

Standard Keeper— J. W. Ham, Golds- 
boro. 

Superintendent County Home— E. M. 
Head, Goldsboro. 

County Physician— Dr. William Splcer, 
Goldsboro. 

County Attorney— Isaac F. Dortch, 
Goldsboro. 

County Commissioners— C. F. Herring 



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(chairman), Goldsboro; J. P. Smith, 
Pikeville; Elijah Edwards, Providence. 

Board Education— J. E. Robinson 
(chairman), Goldsboro; Barnes Aycock, 
Fremont: YV. F. English, Mt. Olive. 

Tax Rate— For county, 23 cents; for 
schools, IS cents; for other purposes, 30 
cents. Total, 71 cents. 

WILKES. 

County Seat, Wilkesboro. 

Clerk Superior Court— L. Bumgarner, 
Wilkesboro. 

Register of Deeds— E. M. Blackburn, 
Wilkesboro. 

Treasurer— J. H. Johnson, Wilkesboro. 

Sheriff — J. H. Johnson, Wilkesboro. 

Coroner— H. C. Ferguson, Goshen. 

Surveyor— L. B. Myers, Mulberry. 

Superintendent County Home— John N. 
Brooks, Xorth Wilkesboro. 

County Physician — James M. Turner, 
Wilkesboro. 

County Attorney— James W. McXeil, 
Wilkesboro. 

County Commissioners— J. S. Holbrook 
(chairman), Trap Hill; John Davidson, 
Wilkesboro; W. F. Barlow, Kendall. 

Board Education— R. A. Spainhour 
(chairman), Wilkesboro; T. C. Land, Mt. 
Zion; C. A. Dimmette, Roaring River. 

Tax Rate— For county and poor, 23 2-3 
cents; for schools, 18 cents; for roads, 
20 cents; for other purposes, 13 1-3 cents. 
Total, 75 cents. 

Number of Iron Bridges in County- 
Three. 

Bonded Debt of County— $100,000; float- 
ing debt of county, $3,000. 



WILSON. 

County Seat, Wnson. 
D. 



Bardin, 



Clerk Superior Court— J. 
Wilson. 

Register of Deeds— W. B. Barnes, Wil- 
son. 

Treasurer— W. T. Farmer, Wilson. 

Sheriff— W. D. P. Sham Wilson. 

Coroner— J. K. Ruffin, Wilson. 

Surveyor— J. W. Taylor, Elm City. 

Standard Keeper — John Barnes, Wil- 
son. 

Public Administrator— S. A. Woodard, 
Wilson. 

Superintendent County Home— Mrs. R. 
Pearson, Wilson. 

County Physician— W. S. Anderson, 
Wilson. 

County Attorney— F. A. Woodard, Wil- 
son. 

County Commissioners— Geo. D. Green 
(chairman I, Wilson; James G. Raper, 
Hawra; Nathan Bass, Black Creek. 

Board Education— R. T. Barnes (chair- 
man), Taylor: Jesse A. Moore, Moyeton; 
William Woodard, Jr., Wilson. 

Tax Rate— For county. 22 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents; for roads, 10 cents. 



YADKIN. 

County Seat, Y'adkinville. 

Clerk Superior Court— W. A. Hall, 
Yadkinville. 

Register of Deeds — J. L. Crater, Yad- 
kinville. 

Treasurer— J. A. Logan Yadkinville. 

Sheriff — Isaac Shores, Grant. 

Coroner— H. F. Apperson, Otis. 

Surveyor— T. M. Stallings, Martin. 

Standard Keeper— J. A. Bates, Hin- 
shaw. 

Superintendent County Home — T. U. 
Bryant, Yadkinville. 

County Physician — S. L. Russell, Spill- 
man. 

Attorneys — Stanford, Benbow & Ben- 
bow, Yadkinville. 

County Commissioners — J. T. Smither- 
man (chairman), Mana; N. H. Vestal, 
Yadkinsville; J. G. Ray, Jonesville. 

Board Education — L. A. Speas (chair- 
man), Huntsville; F. D. Holcomb, Long- 
town; H. W. Douglas, Yadkinville. 

Tax Rate— For County, 23 2-3 cents; for 
schools, 18 cents. 

YANCEY. 

County Seat, Burnsville. 

Clerk Superior Court— J. Bis Ray, 
Burnsville. 

Register of Deeds— W. Filmore Adkins, 
Burnsville. 

Treasurer— J. W. Higgins, Higgins. 

Sheriff— W. B. Wilson, Bald Creek. 

Surveyor— J. R. Neill, Bald Creek. 

Standard Keeper— E. D. Boone, Burns- 
ville. 

Superintendent County Home — Thomas 
Wheeler, Wilhite. 

County Physician— W. M. Austin, 
Burnsville. 

County Attorney — A. B. Bryan, Burns- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — J. C. Hutchins 
(chairman), Pensacola; Charles Robin- 
son, South Toe; A. J. Burton, Burnes- 
ville. 

Board Education — W. H. Anderson 
chairman), Cone River; J. W. Bryant, 
Wilhite; B. S. Young, Micaville. 

Tax Rate— For county, $1.07; for other 
purposes, 15 cents for judgments. 

Floating Debt of County— $20,000. 



Cotton Crop of State. 

(Latham, Alexander & Co.) 

Bales. 

1896-'97 500,000 

1897-'98 583,000 

1898-'99 583,000 

1899-'00 561,000 

Average weight of cotton bales in 
Xorth Carolina in 1899 was 498 pounds, 
in 1900 it was 490 pounds.— Latham, Al- 
exander & Co. 

Xorth Carolina and South Carolina 
have more cotton mills than all the other 
! Southern States combined. 



It First in Homes of the People. 



* 



Good Luck's" Sale in North Carolina Excels That of All Others Combined. 

L •;* 



THE STATE'S OFFICIAL VOTE IN 1900. 



The State's Official Vote in 1900. 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS, 
1900. 
VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 
Counties. Aycock, D. Adams, R. 

Alamance 2,498 2,321 

Alexander 892 1,027 

Alleghany 784 607 

Anson 2,015 522 

Ashe 1.659 1,969 

Beaufort 2,933 1,525 

Bertie 2,675 998 

Bladen 1,589 l,37o 

Brunswick 915 948 

Buncombe 4,332 3,401 

Burke 1,509 1,171 

Cabarrus 1,905 1,550 

Caldwell 1,248 1,272 

Camden 545 567 

Carteret 1,363 957 

Caswell 1,421 1,313 

Catawba 2,008 1,863 

Chatham 1,755 1,894 

Cherokee 778 1,080 

Chowan 1,055 984 

Clay 388 418 

Cleveland 2,652 1,172 

Columbus 2,178 1,201 

Craven 2,611 932 

Cumberland 2,719 1,629 

Currituck 1,002 374 

Dare 524 406 

Davidson 2,466 2,275 

Davie 956 1,367 

Duplin 2,125 1,297 

Durham 2,765 2,170 

Edgecombe 3,758 385 

Forsyth 2,913 2,432 

Franklin 3,021 1,831 

Gaston 2,514 1,584 

Gates 1,232 603 

Graham 396 343 

Granville 2,540 1,527 

Greene 1,474 774 

Guilford 4,071 3,343 

Halifax 6,618 877 

Harnett 1,515 1,339 

Haywood 1,736 1,244 

Henderson 1,121 1,468 

Hertford 1,368 429 

Hyde 971 905 

Iredell 2,779 2,319 

Jackson 1,118 1,025 

Johnston 3,777 1,750 

Jones 906 694 

Lenoir 2,101 1,123 

Lincoln 1,341 1,288 

Macon 1,044 1,059 

Madison 1,176 2,374 

Martin 2,002 990 

McDowell 1.174 1,034 

Mecklenburg 5,095 1,627 

Mitchell 413 1,940 

Montgomery 1,341 

Moore 1,890 1,875 



Nash 2,! 

New Hanover 2,963 

Northampton 2. 1 

Onslow 1,548 

Orange 1,471 1,469 

Pamlico 657 

Pasquotank 1,502 

Pender 1,260 276 

Perquimans 959 

Person 1,607 1,286 

Pitt ■■ ■ 2,096 

Polk 534 650 

Randolph 2,468 2,513 

Richmond 1,646 

Robeson 4,100 

Rockingham 2,913 1,946 

Rowan 3,157 

Rutherford 2.389 2,092 

Sampson 1,356 1,954 

Scotland 1,065 

Stanly 1,453 837 

Stokes 1,519 1,944 

Surry 2,154 2,594 

Swain 540 816 

Transylvania 596 607 

Tyrrell 591 410 

Union 2,379 660 

Vance 1,304 944 

Wake 5,732 4, lis 

Warren 2,133 1,069 

Washington 976 

Watauga 1,055 1,411 

Wayne 3,828 l.*7s 

Wilkes 1,435 2,257 

Wilson 2,916 1.430 

Yadkin 1,011 

Yancey 986 1-08 1 

Total 186,650 126,296 

Aycock's majority, 60,354. 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 

Wilfred D. Turner, Dem., 186,529. 
H. F. Seawell, Rep., 125,532. 

SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Bryan Grimes, Dem 



., 186.. 

Pop., 126,661. 



Dr. Cyrus Thompson, 

AUDITOR. 
Benjamin F. Dixon, Dem., 186,500. 
Hal. W. Ayer, Pop., 126,534. 

TREASURER. 
Benjamin R. Lacy, Dem., isi',,499. 
William H. Worth, Pop., 126,778. 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC IN- 
STRUCTION. 
T. F. Toon, Dem., 186,380. 
N. C. English, Pop., 126,7 

ATTORNEY-GEN EH \l- 
Robert D. Gilmer, Dem., 
Zeb. V. Walser, Ri p . L26.619. 



It is the Baking Powder of the People. 



Its Purity, Its Wholesomeness, and Its Great Leavening Power Have Placec ';■■ 



44 



THE STATE'S OFFICIAL VOTE IN 1900. 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. 
S. L. Patterson, Dem., 186,535. 
J. F. Mewborne, Pop., 126,575. 

COM MI SSI OXER OF LABOR. 
II. B. Varner, Dem., 186,493. 
J. T. Hamrick, Pop., 126,480. 

CHAIRMAN CORPORATION COM- 
MISSION. 
Franklin McNeill, Dem., 186,512. 
Chas. A. Reynolds, Rep., 126,580. 

MEMBER CORPORATION COMMIS- 
SION. 
Samuel L. Rogers, Dem., 186,570. 
A. S. Peace, Pop., 126,483. 

Vote on Constitutional Amendment 
at State Election, August 2, 1900. 

For. Against. 

/.lamanco 2,353 2.3SS 

Alexa.idi r 826 1,042 

Alleghany 717 614 

Anson 2,324 496 

Ai-he 1,483 1,983 

Beaufort 3,012 1,456 

1'., it 13 2,('49 944 

Bladen 1/30 1,220 

Brunswick $49 992 

Buncombe 4,170 3,707 

Burke 1,1-07 1,170 

Cabarrus 1,893 1,578 

Caldwell 1,128 1,354 

Camden 551 552 

Carteret 1,332 90S 

Caswell 1,437 1,277 

Catawba 1,928 1,896 

Chatham 1,708 1,976 

Cherokee 707 1,103 

Chowan 1,138 917 

Clay 302 454 

Cleveland 2,701 1,185 

Columbus 2,231 1,234 

Craven 2,662 955 

Cumberland 2,713 1,768 

Currituck 1,012 413 

Dare 531 380 

Davidson 2,235 2,278 

Davie 938 1,378 

Duplin 2,072 1,361 

Durham 2,689 2,212 

Edgecombe 3,781 374 

Forsyth 2,810 2,561 

Franklin 2,970 1,836 

Gaston ' 2.4S2 1,581 

Gates 1,215 596 

Graham 356 374 

Granville 2,459 1,610 

Greene 1,571 r,.;r, 

Guilford 3,941 3,358 

Halifax 6,280 899 

Harnett 1,466 1,387 

Haywood 1,281 1,549 

Henderson 1,202 1,389 

Hertford 1.407 397 

Hvde 976 844 

Iredell 2,683 2,373 

Jackson 1,019 1,064 

Johnston 3,853 1.749 



For. Against. 

Jones 941 665 

Lenoir 2,122 961 

Lincoln 1,255 1,315 

Macon 913 1,127 

Madison 970 2,497 

Martin 1,989 993 

McDowell 1,124 1,055 

Mecklenburg 5,110 1,557 

Mitchell 477 1,954 

M onte-omery 1,329 870 

Moore 1,840 1,876 

Nash 2,996 1,336 

New Hanover 2,967 2 

Northampton 2,469 1,095 

Onslow 1,531 671 

Oranee 1,406 1,493 

Pamlico 569 491 

Pasquotank 1,542 892 

Pender 1,255 294 

Perquimans 964 679 

Person 1,658 1,221 

Pitt 3,414 2,509 

Polk 542 636 

Randolph 2,318 2,509 

Richmond 1,636 193 

Robeson 4,015 704 

Rockingham 2,898 2.045 

Rowan 3,067 1,716 

Rutherford 2,304 2,103 

Sampson 1,302 2,061 

Scotland 1,803 7 

Stanly 1,417 S58 

Stokes 1,406 1,977 

Surry 2,013 2,643 

Swain 449 858 

Transylvania 596 620 

Tyrrell 622 400 

Union 2,396 822 

Vance 1,343 913 

Wake 5,668 4,478 

Warren 1,807 1.356 

Washington 1,037 547 

Watauga 919 1,436 

Wayne 3,838 1.816 

Wilkes 1,351 2,240 

Wilson 2,855 1,443 

Yadkin 968 1,843 

Yancey 751 1,173 

Total 182,217 128,285 

Congressional Vote, 1900. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



D. 

Small. 

Beaufort 2446 

Camden 518 

Carteret 1078 

Currituck 926 

Chowan 880 

Dare 419 

Gates 1074 

Hertford 1405 

Hyde 906 

Martin 1860 

Pamlico 602 

Pasquotank 1219 



R. R. 
Alex- Meek- 
ander. ins. 



1030 
295 

783 

880 

880 

91 

'664 
750 

1047 
613 
237 



666 

213 

10 

407 

59 

218 

606 

2 

3 

ioi 

1013 



It First in Homes of the People. 



he Idea of Selling Baking Pow der in Carload Lots Originated With "Good 



THE STATE'S OFFICIAL VOTE IN 1900. 



43 



Perquimans 851 448 371 

Pitt 3275 2076 55 

Tyrrell 438 155 254 

Washington 812 400 377 

Total 18709 9493 4355 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

D. R. 

Kitchin. Martin. 

Bertie 2,443 1,055 

i Ed?f>combe 3,028 1,021 

Greene 1,401 801 

Halifax 4,198 1,969 

Lenoir 1,950 1,245 

Northampton 2,169 1,313 

! Warren 1,670 1,271 

'Wilson 2,857 1,170 

i Wayne 3,185 2,076 

Total 22,901 12,521 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

D. P. 

Thomas. Fowler. 

Bladen 1,163 1,250 

Cumberland 2,104 1,924 

Duplin 1,793 983 

Craven 2,197 1,286 

Harnett 1,348 1,063 

Jones 712 593 

Moore 1,684 1,709 

Onslow 1.292 387 

Sampson 1,248 2,437 

Total 13,541 11,632 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Pou. Giles. Jenkins. 



D. 

Chatham 1,507 

Franklin 2,812 

Johnston 3,396 

Nash 2,614 

Randolph 2,312 

Vance 1,232 

Wake 5> 056 



R. 

1,688 
1,461 
1,632 
1,279 

2,427 

778 

3,792 



P. 



600 
152 
110 



91 
135 



Tota l 18,920 13,057 1,096 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 

D. 

Kitchin. 

Alamance 1,996 

Caswell 1,378 

Granville 2,274 

Guilford 3,468 

Person 1,506 

Durham 2,439 

Orange 1,304 

Rockingham 2,724 

Stokes 1,449 

Total 18,538 



R. 

Joyce. 

2,211 
1,259 
1,560 
3,211 
1,223 
1,959 
1,265 
2,204 
1,795 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

D. R. 

Bellamy. Dockery. 

Anson 1,815 A 69 

Brunswick 552 I 

Columbus 1,669 1,128 

Mecklenburg 4,069 

New Hanover 2,287 17 

Pender 1,150 525 

Richmond 1,275 484 

Robeson 3,357 

Scotland 937 36 

Union 1,791 770 

Total 18,902 7,146 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

D. R. P. 
Kluttz. Holton. Shuford. 

Cabarrus 1,584 1,015 51 

Davidson 1,872 2,178 45 

Iredell 2,592 1,976 85 

Montgomery 1,133 887 

Rowan 2,799 1,324 

Stanlv 1,350 715 34 

Lincoln 969 976 143 

Catawba 1,631 1,349 325 

Davie 840 1,232 17 

Yadkin 942 1,728 4 

Total 15,712 13,380 744 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

D. R. 
Buxton. Blackburn. 

Alleghany 705 674 

Ashe 1,535 1,878 

Burke 1,424 1,131 

Caldwell 1,175 1,289 

Forsyth 2,619 2,445 

Alexander 779 932 

Watauga 912 1,446 

Wilkes 1,831 2.687 

Surry 2,017 2,335 

Cleveland 2,321 L.249 

Gaston 1,998 1,565 

Mitchell 462 1,994 



Total 17,778 

NINTH DISTRICT. 
D. 
Crawford. 

Buncombe 3,815 

Cuerokee 837 

Clay 411 

Graham 357 

Haywood 1, 

Henderson 1,001 

Jackson 1,079 

McDowell 1,038 

Macon 982 

Madison 1,348 

Polk 

Rutherford 2,1 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Yancey 



16,687 ! Total 17,250 



19, 629 



R. 
1,086 

386 

::st 

1,961 



Luck." 



J?or no other brand is there jufficient_Demand to Admit of its being Soldi 

16 THU STATP'a nccim«i imrnn T ,, -»!i 



THE STATE'S OFFICIAL VOTE IN 1900. 



Presidential Vote, 1900. 

Bryan. McKinley. 

2,256 



Alamance 1,923 

Al< sander 774 

Llleghany 709 

Anson 1,856 

Ashe 1,513 

Beaufort 2,316 

Bertie 2 il'h 

1 lladen 1*102 

1 Irunswick '525 

Bum ombe 3,724 

Burke 1*389 

larrus l,'4S5 

Caldwell .... ijn 

'■iniden '493 

" ' 1,046 

1 i swell 1,342 

Catawba L612 

Chatham 1,489 

cii'Tokee '774 

Chowan 89g 

ciay ;;;; 40 4 

Cleveland 2,228 

Columbus i|623 

Craven .' 2028 

Cumberland 1964 

Currituck '997 

Dare "' 4^4 

Davidson 1 8 9 3 

Da vie •• '831 

Duplin 1,879 

Durham 2,373 

Edgecombe .' 3'oo9 

Forsyth 2 '482 

Franklin 2 781 

Gaston '' i; 931 

Gates 2 1 9 5 

Graham .'.'.'.'.'.' ' 3 g 8 

Granville 2 288 

Greene 1>385 

Guilford 3,335 

Halifax 3,990 

H a ™ett 1>342 

Haywood 1,735 

Henderson 973 

Hertford 1 337 

Hy^e, .'.'.'.' '867 

Iredell 2 5 '3 

•Jackson .'.['.'. j; io 

Johnston 3 154 

Jones 744 

Lenoir i; 1,942 

Lincoln 892 

Macon 977 

Madison 1 9 68 

Martin .'.' i'il9 

-Mil),, w,.|i '"' i'qi 4 

Mecklenburg ' 3*786 

Mitchell '491 

Montgomery '""' iiqq 



Moore 



1,606 



* 



^ ash • 2*600 

New Hanover 2 247 

Northampton " 1*992 

Onslow 132' 

Orange 1*275 

Pamlico '597 

Pasquotank ..." 1 igg 

Pender 1137 



938 

662 

673 

1,937 

1,799 

1,067 

1,192 

643 

4.140 

1,110 

1,112 

1,317 

535 

767 

1,277 

1.522 

2,240 

1,157 

932 

394 

1,311 

1,237 

1,502 

2,138 

435 

331 

2,329 

1,251 

1,081 

2,026 

1,635 

2,588 

1,602 

1,626 

564 

387 

1,587 

820 

3,296 

2,174 

1,199 

1,257 

1,482 

732 

798 

2,044 

1,047 

1,997 

602 

1,224 

1,133 

1,035 

2,377 

1,088 

1,024 

2,234 

1,958 

920 

2,029 

1,337 

60 

1,587 

618 I 

1,280 

729 

1,282 I 

543 ' 



Bryan. 

Perquimans 830 

Person i >666 

£ j " 3,264 

P°'k 484 

Randolph 2 264 

Richmond l' 9 64 

Robeson 3,280 

Rockingham 2'(352 

Rowan 2,460 

Rutherford 2,081 

Sampson 1*257 

Scotland '925 

Stanly '.'.' 1 205 

Stokes 1)443 

Surry i, 8 98 



?o 



590 
529 
466 
790 
233 
4 



McKinley. 

846 
1,274 
2,156 
652 
2,487 
504 
1,144 
2,252 
1,555 
1,981 
2,002 
44 
792 
1,798 
2,451 
782 
622 
383 
864 
881 
3,947 
1,337 
784 
1,439 
1,965 
2,840 
1,194 
1,733 
l,ns2 



Swain 

Transylvania 

Tyrrell 

Union " 1 

Vance 

Wake '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 4,., 

Warren 1573 

Washington 'JJ34 

Watauga 993 

Wayne [ 3,104 

T\ ilkes 1,704 

Wilson ." 2816 

Yadkin 950 

Yancey 954 

„ T . ot al 157,736 132 997 

Majority for Bryan 24 739 

PRESIDENTIAL VOTE IN"i896 ' 

Bryan, i 74 ,488 

McKinley 155,222 

Majority for Bryan 7^7 19,266 

Senatorial Primany. 

At the Democratic State Convention, 
held in April, 1900, a resolution was 
adopted ordering a primary to be held 
on the day of holding the National elec- 
tion to select the Democratic nominee 
for United States Senator, to succeed 
benator Butler, whose term expires on 
the 4th of March, 1901. The candidates 
Detore the primary were: Hon F M 
Simmons, of Wake, and Gen. Julian Si 
Carr, of Durham. The vote in the 
primary by counties was as follows: 

Counties. Simmons. Carr. ' 



Alamance 344 

Alexander .'.'.'.' 660 

Alleghany 537 



Anson 



828 



Ashe " ' 553 

Beaufort 1 644 

gf r « e L583 

Bladen 1,200 

Brunswick 390 

Buncombe ? in? 

Burke ...WW" 

Cabarrus . . 

Caldwell !."!."" 

Camden '.[ 445 

£f ter ft 986 

Caswell g^g 

Catawba 1402 



731 
734 
725 



1,194 
96 
155 
841 
960 
582 
80 
99 
182 
1,595 
587 
849 
432 
44 
91 
328 
221 



in Carload Lots. 



Good Luck" is so Compounded and Packed that Its Strength is Preserved 



VOTE FOR SENATOR AND FOR PRESIDENT. 



17 



Counties. Simmons. 

Chatham 1,012 

Cherokee 700 

Chowan 840 

Clay 347 

Cleveland 1,927 

Columbus 1,398 

Craven 1,535 

Cumberland 1,250 

Currituck 769 

Dare 406 

Davidson 1,429 

Davie 773 

Duplin 1,608 

Durham 84 

Edgecombe 1,676 

Forsyth 1,890 

Franklin 1,842 

Gaston 1,557 

Gates 943 

Graham 170 

Granville 727 

Greene 942 

Guilford 1,705 

Halifax 1,479 

Harnett 840 

Haywood 926 

Henderson 870 

Hertford 924 

Hyde 447 

Iredell 1,572 

Jackson 764 

Johnston 2,449 

Jones 683 

Lenoir 1,499 

Lincoln 583 

Macon 565 

Madison 902 

Martin 1.421 

Mecklenburg 1,861 

McDowell 643 

Mitchell 336 

Montgomery 918 

Moore 1,226 

Nash 1,399 

New Hanover 1,428 

Northampton 1,203 

Onslow 1,261 

Orange 288 

Pamlico 443 

Pasquotank 970 



Pender 

Perquimans 

Person 



974 
725 
821 

Pitt 2,411 

Polk 316 

Randolph 1,970 

Richmond 873 

Robeson 2,429 

Rockingham 1,818 

Rowan 1,208 

Rutherford 1,602 

Sampson 1,041 

Scotland 493 

Stanly 1,128 

Stokes 1,129 

Surry 1,538 

Swain 230 

Transylvania 437 

Tyrrell 360 

Union 662 



Carr. 

438 
100 
25 
49 
358 
278 
308 
532 
159 
31 
387 
50 
236 
2,425 
328 
584 
634 
465 
68 
184 
1,247 
252 
1,771 
1,250 
512 
693 
114 
178 
85 
1,002 
296 
753 
10 
350 
408 
397 
381 
211 
2,294 
342 
160 
151 
416 
981 
910 
625 
38 
1,021 
143 
208 
161 
20 
627 
615 
171 
211 
417 
716 
843 
1,359 
501 
96 
447 
95 
335 
375 
351 
148 
90 
1,241 



Counties. 



Simmons. 



Vance 854 

Wake 2,544 

Warren 731 379 

Washington 526 119 

Watauga 794 110 

Wayne 2,485 485 

Wilkes 1,698 31 

Wilson l.:;<>:s 1,140 

Yadkin 922 36 

Yancey 198 687 

Total 103,957 47,768 

Majority for Simmons, 56,194. 
There were eleven scattering votes. ;is 
follows: A. M. Waddell, 4; Cyrus B. 
Watson, 1; Charles B. Aycock, 1; Jam.s 
D. Mclver, 1; Thomas J. Jarvis, 1; Rich- 
ard H. Battle, 1; Walter Clark, 1. 

Popular Vote for President, Novem- 
ber, 1900. 
States. McKinley. Bryan. 



Alabama 53,669 

Arkansas 44,700 

California 177,500 

Colorado 94,379 

Connecticut K-,572 

Delaware 22,457 

Florida 7,499 

Georgia 35,035 

Idaho 27,247 

Illinois 597,965 

Indiana 336,063 

Iowa 307,818 

Kansas 187,881 

Kentucky 227,132 

Louisiana 12,338 

Maine 66,234 

Maryland 136,212 

Massachusetts 239,495 

Michigan 334,000 

Minnesota 188,915 

Mississippi 5,753 

Missouri 3.. -,093 

Montana 24,750 

Nebraska 121,385 

Nevada 3,849 

New Hampshire 54,798 

New Jersey 221,707 

New York 821,310 

North Carolina 132,997 

North Dakota 35,886 

Ohio T,43.918 

Oregon 46.F-26 

Pennsylvania 712,665 

Rhode Island 33,784 

South Carolina 3,525 

South Dakota 56,000 

Tennessee 110,817 

Texas 157,5(1(1 

Utah W.089 

Vermont 42,568 

Virginia 11., .si;, 

Washington 57,360 

West Virginia Il'.i.s.l 

Wisconsin 265 

Wyoming 14,866 



!ii;,:-;c,s 

81,142 

138,500 

122,346 

74,014 

18,856 

28,007 

Sl, 7(1(1 

29,417 

501,975 

:;n'.i.;,si 

209,406 

235 089 

49,502 

36,530 

122,271 

156.:,H7 

23d. » 

111,409 

51,706 

351,913 

114,013 
6,347 

35, 189 
164,808 
676,167 
167,736 

20,500 
474,882 

124,232 
19,812 

16, l",7 

125,288 
327,300 

12,849 

1 16,080 

11.717 

159,291 
10,485 



To t a i 7.263,266 6,41 

McKiniey's plurality, 847,897. 



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Indefinitely. 



Highest Leavening Powder; Wholesome and Healthful. 



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POPULATION OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1900 AND 1890. 



Population of State — 1900 and 1890, 



Population of North Carolina. 

Counties. 1900. 1890. 

Alamance 25,665 18,271 

r 10,960 9,430 

Alleghany 7,759 6,523 

Anson 21,870 20,027 

B 19,581 15,628 

ufort 26,404 21,072 

Bertie 20,538 19,176 

Bladen 17,677 16,763 

Brunswick 12,657 10,900 

Buncombe 44,288 35,206 

Burke 15,699 14,939 

Cabarrus 22,456 18.142 

Caldwell 15,694 12,298 

Camden 5,474 ."..f.f.T 

Carteret 11,811 10,825 

Caswell 15,028 16,028 

Catawba 22,133 18,689 

Chatham 23,912 25,413 

Cherokee 11,860 9,976 

Chowan 10,258 9,167 

Clay 4,532 4,197 

Cleveland 25,078 20,394 

Columbus 21,274 17,856 

Craven 24,160 20,533 

Cumberland 29,249 27,321 

Currituck 6,529 6,747 

Dare 4,757 3,768 

Davidson 23,403 21,702 

Davie 12,115 11,621 

Duplin 22,405 18,690 

Durham .* 26,233 18,041 

Edgecombe 26,591 24,113 

Forsyth 35,261 28,434 

Franklin 25,116 21,090 

Gaston 27,903 17,764 

Gates 10,413 10,252 

Graham 4,343 3,313 

Granville 23,263 24,484 

Greene 12,038 10,039 

Guilford 39,074 28,052 

Halifax 30,793 28,908 

Harnett 15,988 13,700 

Haywood 16,222 13,346 

Henderson 14,104 12,589 

Hertford 14,294 13,851 

Hyde 9,278 8,903 

Iredell 29,064 25,462 

Jackson 11,853 9,512 

Johnston 32,250 27,239 

Jones 8,226 7,403 

Lenoir 18,639 14,879 

Lincoln 15,498 12.5S6 

McDowell 12,567 10,939 

Macon 12,104 10,102 

Madison 20,644 17,805 

Martin 15,383 15,221 

Mecklenburg 55,268 42,673 

Mitchell 15,221 12,807 

Montgomery 14,197 11,239 

Moore 23,622 20,479 

Nash 25,478 20,707 

New Hanover 25,785 24,026 

j. 

Sold Regularly in 



Counties. 1900. 1890. 

Northampton 21,150 21,242 

Onslow 11,940 10,303 

Orange 14,690 14,948 

Pamlico 8,045 7,146 

Pasquotank 13.660 10,748 

Pender 13,381 12,514 

Perquimans 10,091 9,293 

Person 16,685 15,151 

Pitt 30,889 25,519 

Polk 7,004 5,902 

Randolph 28,232 25,195 

Richmond 28,408 . 23,948 

Robeson 40,371 31,483 

Rockingham 33,163 25,363 

Rowan 31,066 24,123 

Rutherford 25,101 18,770 

Sampson 26,3s0 25,096 

Stanly 15,220 12,136 

Stokes 19,866 17,199 

Surry 25,515 19,281 

Swain 8,401 6,577 

Transylvania 6,620 5,881 

Tyrrell 4,9c>0 4,225 

Union 27,156 21,259 

Vance 16,684 17,581 

Wake 54,626 49,207 

Warren 19,151 19,360 

Washington 10,608 10,200 

Watauga 13,417 10,611 

Wayne 31,356 26,100 

Wilkes 26,872 22,675 

Wilson 23,596 18,644 

Yadkin 11,464 13,790 

Total 1,893,810 1,617,947 

Population of North Carolina Towns 
With Population Over 2,000. 

Cities. 1890. 1900. 

Asheville 10,236 14,694 

Beaufort 2,007 2,195 

Burlington 1,716 3,692 

Charlotte 11,557 18,091 

Concord 4.339 7,910 

Durham 5,485 6,679 

Edenton 2,205 3,046 

Elizabeth City 3,251 6,348 

Fayetteville 4.222 4,670 

Gastonia 1.033 4,610 

Goldsboro 4,017 5,877 

Graham 991 2,052 

Greensboro 3,317 10,035 

Greenville 1,937 2,565 

Henderson 4,191 3,746 

Hickory 2,023 2,535 

High Point 3,081 4,163 

Kings Mountain 429 2,062 

Kinston 1,726 4,106 

Monroe 1,866 2,427 

Mount Airy 1,768 2,680 

New Bern 7,843 9,090 

Raleigh 12,678 13,643 

Randleman 1,754 2,190 

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CitiesA 1890. 

Reidsville 2,969 

Rocky Mount 616 

Salem ...\ 2,711 

Salisbury , 4,*i8 

Statesville 2,318 



1900. 
3,262 
2,937 
3,642 
6,277 
3,141 



Cities. 

Tarboro 

Washington 

Wilmington 20,056 

Wilson 2,126 

Winston 8,018 



2, (99 
20,976 

10,008 



Judicial Officers — Present and Past, 



North Carolina Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice— William T. Faircloth, of 

Wayne. 
Associate Justice— Walter Clark, of 

Wake. 
Associate Justice— David M. Furches, of 

Iredell. 
Associate Justice— Walter A. Montgom- 
ery, of Wake. 
Associate Justice— Robt. M. Douglas, of 

Guilford. 
Attorney-General— R. D. Douglas, of 

Guilford. 
Clerk— Thomas S. Kenan, of Wilson. 
Office Clerk— J. L. Seawell, of Wake. 
Reporter— Z. V. Walzer, of Davidson. 
Marshal— R. H. Bradley, of Wake. 

Court meets at Raleigh on the first 
Monday in February and last Monday in 
i September of each year. Applicants for 
license to practice law examined in writ- 
ing on the first day of each term. 

Chief Justices of Supreme Court. 

1811— John Louis Taylor. 
1829— Leonard Henderson. 
1833— Thomas Ruffin. 
1852— Frederick Nash. 
1858— Richmond M. Pearson. 
1 1878— William N. H. Smith. 
1889— Augustus S. Merriman. 
1892— James E. Shepherd. 
1895— William T. Faircloth. 

Associate Justices. 

1811-1818— John Hall, Samuel Lowrie, 
Edward Harris, Duncan Cameron, T. 
Ruffin, Francis Loche, Leonard Hen- 
derson, Henry Seawell, Jos. J. Daniel, 
Robert H. Burton. 

1829— John D. Toomer. 

1833— William Gaston. 

1844— Theodore Nash. 

1848—William H. Battle, R. M. Pearson. 

1859— Matthias E. Manly. 

1866— Edwin G. Reade. 

1870— William B. Rodman, Robert P. 
Dick, Thomas Settle. 

1871— Nathaniel Boyden. 

1874— William P. Bynum. 

1877— William T. Faircloth. 

1879— Thos. S. Ashe, John H. Dillard. 

1881— Thomas Ruffin. 

1883— Augustus S. Merrimon. 

1887— Joseph J. Davis. 

1888— A. C. Avery, J. E. Shepherd. 

1889— Walter Clark. 



1892— J. C. MacRae, Armistcad Burwell. 
1895— W. A. Montgomery, David M. 

Furches. 
1897— Robert M. Douglas. 

Clerks of Supreme Court. 

1844— Edward B. Freeman, at Raleigh. 
1847— James R. Dodge, at Morganton. 
1868— Charles B. Root of W 
1870 — W. H. Bagley, of Perquimans. 
1886— Thomas S. Kenan, of Wilson. 

Supreme Court Reporters. 
1838— Thos. P. Devereux, W. H. Battle. 
1843— James Iredell. 
1852 — Perrin Busbee. 
1853— Hamilton C. Jones. 
1863— Ham. (J. Jones, P. H. Winston. 
1866— S. F. Phillips. 
1871— J. M. McCorkle. 
1872— W. M. Shipp. 
1873— T. L. Hargrove. 
1877— Thomas S. Kenan. 
1885— Theodore F. Davidson. 
1893-1898— Robert T. Gray. 
1898— Ralph P. Buxton. 
1900— Zebulon Vance Walser. 

Marshals of Supreme Court. 

1849— J. T. C. Wiatt. 
1882— Robert H. Bradley. 

Attorney -Generals. 

1777-1779— Waightstill Avery, Burke. 
1779— James Iredell, Chowan. 
1790-1791— Alfred Moore, Brunswick. 
1791-1894— John Haywood, Halifax. 
1794-1803— Blake Baker, Edgecombe. 
1803-1808— Henry Seawell, Wake. 
1808— J. L. Taylor, Cumberland; Oliv.r 

Fitts, Warren. 
1810— William Miller, Warren. 
1810-1816— Hutchins S. Burton, Halifax. 
1816-1825— William Drew, Halifax. 
1825-1828— James F. Taylor, Wake. 
1828— Robert H. Jones, Warren; K. M. 

Saunders, Caswell. 
1834— John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
1840— Hugh McQueen, Chatham. 
1842— Spier Whitaker, Halifax. 
1846— Edward Stanly, Beaufort. 
1848— B. F. Moore, Halifax. 
1851— William Eaton, Jr., Warren. 
1852— Matt. W. Ransom, Warren. 
1855— J. B. Batchelor, Wake. 
1856— W. H. Bailey, Mecklenburg; W. A. 

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1862— Sion II. Rogers, Wake. 
1868— William Coleman, Cabarrus. 
1869— Lewis P. Olds, Wake 
lsTl \V. M. Shipp. Mecklenburg. 
1N73-1877— T. L. Hargrove, Granville. 
1^77-1885 — Thomas b\ Kenan, Wilson. 
1885-1893— T. F. Davidson, Buncombe. 
1893-1897— Frank I. Osborne, Mecklenb'g. 
1897-1901— Robert D. Gilmer, Haywood. 

Present Superior Court Judges. 

Name. District. Residence. 

Geo. H. Brown, Jr First. .Washington. 

Henry R. Bryan Second.. New Bern. 

E. W. Timberlake. .. .Third. . .Louisburg. 
W. S. O'B. Robinson Fourth ..Goldsboro. 

Thos. J. Shaw Fifth Greensboro. 

Oliver II. Allen Sixth Kinston. 

Thos. A. McNeill. .Seventh. .Lumberton. 

A. L. Coble Eighth.... Statesville. 

Henry R. Starbuek. Ninth Winston. 

W. B. Council Tenth Boone. 

W. A. Hoke Eleventh. Lincolnton. 

Fred. Moore Twelfth. . .Asheville. 

Solicitors. 
Name. District. Residence. 

Geo. W. Ward First. Elizabeth City. 

Walter E. Daniel. .Second Weldon. 

L. J. Moore Third Greenville. 

Ed. W. Pou Fourth Simthfield. 

A. L. Brooks Fifth Greensboro. 

Rudolph Duffy Sixth. Catherine Lake. 

Colin M. McLean. Seventh. Elizabethtown. 

Wiley Rush Eighth Ashboro. 

M. L. Mott Ninth... Wilkesboro. 

M. Harshaw Tenth Lenoir. 

James L. Webb. . .Eleventh Shelby. 

J. W. Furgerson.. Twelfth. .Waynesville. 

Former Judges of Superior Court. 

1777-1790 — John Williams, of Granville; 

Samuel Ashe, New Hanover; Samuel 

Spencer, of Anson. 
1790— S. McCoy, of Rowan. 
1794— John Haywood, of Halifax. 
1798 — Alfred Moore, of Brunswick. 
1798— John Louis Taylor, of Cumberland. 
1860 — Samuel Johnston, of Chowan. 
1800— John Hill Warren. 
1803 — Francis Locke, of Rowan. 
1795 — David Stone, of Bertie. 
1806 — Samuel Lowrie, of Mecklenburg. 
1808— Blake Baker, of Warren. 
-808— Leonard Henderson, of Granville. 
1808— Joshua Wright, of New Hanover. 
1811-1813— Henry Seawell, of Wake. 
1811 — Edward Harris, of Craven. 
1814— Duncan Ruffin, of Orange. 
1816— Thomas Ruffin, of Orange. 
1816 — Joseph J. Daniel, of Halifax. 
1818 — Robert H. Burton, of Lincoln. 
1818 — John Parton, of Rutherford. 
1818— John D. Toomer, of Cumberland. 

1818 and 1836— Fred. Nash, of Orange. 
1818 — Archibald D. Murphey, of Orange. 
1819 — James Iredell, of Chowan. 

1819— John R. Donnell, of Craven. 

1819 and 1828— W. P. Mangum, of Orange. 
1820— William Norwood, of Orange. 



1820— George E. Badger, of Wake. 

1826— Robert Strange, of Cumbfrland. 

1826 — James Martin, of Rowar. 

1830— David L. Swain, of Buncombe. 

1832— Thomas Settle, of Rockingham. 

1835 and 1852— Romulus M. Saunders. 

1840— Edward Hall, of Warren. 

1835— John M. Dick, of Guili'ord. 

1836— John L. Baily, of Pasquotank. 

1836 — Richmond M. Pearson, of Davie. 

1844— David F. Caldwell, of Rowan. 

1840— M. E. Manly, of Craven. 

1848 — Aug. Moore, of Chatham. 

1849— W. H. Battle, of Edgecombe. 

1848— John W. Ellis, of Rowan. 

1854— S. J. Person, of Granville. 

1859— R. R. Heath, of Granville; J. G.! 
Shepherd, of Cumberland. 

1859— James W. Osborne, of Mecklen-i 
burg; George Howard, Jr., of Edge-j 
combe. 

1860— R. S. French, of Robeson. 

1861— Thomas Ruffin, Jr., of Orange. 

1862— John Kerr, of Caswell; Robert B. 
Gilliam, of Granville. 

1863— Edwin G. Reade, of Person; Wrn.i 
M. Shipp, of Mecklenburg. 

1865— David A. Barnes, of Hertford; R. 
P. Buxton, of Cumberland; D. G. j 
Fowle, of Wake; Anderson Mitchell,': 
Aug. S. Merrimon, of Buncombe; Ed-> 
ward J. Warren, of Beaufort. 

1868— Alexander Little, C. N. Cilley, of] 
Caldwell. 

1870— C. C. Poole, of Pasquotank; C. R.j 
Thomas, of Craven; Daniel L. Rus-| 
sell, of Brunswick; A. W. Tourgee, oi\ 
Guilford; George W. Logan, of Ruther- 
ford; E. W. Jones, of ; S. W.j 

Watts, of Martin; John M. Cloud, of] 
Forsyth; James L. Henry, of Bun-j 
combe; Riley A. Cannon, of Jackson. 

1871 — Wm. A. Moore, of Chowan; Wm. J. J 
Clarke, of Craven. 

1872 — Jonathan W. Albertson, of Pasquo- 
tank. 

1875— Mills E. Eure, of Gates; A. S. Sey- 
mour, of Craven; A. A. McKoy, of 
Sampson; John Keer, of Caswell; Da- 
vid Schenck, of Lincoln. 

1877— William R. Cox, of Wake; D. M.j 
Furch.es, of Iredell. 

1879 — Jesse F. Graves, of Surry; AI- ; 
phonso C. Avery, of Burke; James C. 
L. Gudger, of Haywood. 

1881 — Risden T. Bennett, of Anson; John 
A. Gilmer, of Guilford; William M. 
Shipp, of Mecklenburg. 

1883— James E. Shepherd, of Beaufort; 
Fred. Phillips, of Edgecombe; James' 
C. MacRae, of Cumberland. 

1885— H. G. Connor, of Wilson; Walter 
Clark, of Wake; W. J. Montgomery, 
of Cabarrus. 

1887— Edwin T. Boykin, of Sampson; Jas. ■ 
H. Merriman, of Buncombe. 

1889— George H. Brown, Jr., of Beaufort; 
R. F. Armfield, of Iredell; John Grey 
Bynum, of Burke. 

1S91— Henry R. Bryan, of Craven; Spier 
Whitaker, of Wake; Robert W. Win- 



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ston. of Granville; J. D. Mclver, of 
Moore; W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. 

1SS13 — G. A Shuford, of Buncombe. 

1S95 — E. W. Timberlake, of Franklin; W. 
S. O'B. Robinson, of Wayne; A. W. 
Graham, of Granville; A. L. Coble, of 
Iredell; H, R. Starbuck, of Forsyth; 
L. L. Greene, of Watauga; W. L. Nor- 
wood, of Haywood. 

1897— S. B. Adams, of Caswell; Oliver H. 
Allen, of Lenoir. 

1899— T. J. Shaw, of Guilford; T. A. 
McNeill, of Robeson; J. W. Bowman, 
of Mitchell; Frederick Moore, of Bun- 
combe. 

1900— William B. Councill, of Watauga. 

United States Courts. 

EASTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge— Thos. R. Purnell, Raleigh. 

United States Marshal — H. C. Dockery, 
Raleigh. 

District Attorney — C. M. Bernard, 
Raleigh. 

District comprises Circuits of Raleigh, 
' Wilmington, New Bern, and Elizabeth 
City. 

Clerk for Raleigh and Wilmington 
Circuits — N. J. Riddick, Raleigh. 

Clerk for Elizabeth City and New Bern 
Circuits — H. L. Grant, Raleigh. 

WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge— James E. Boyd, Greensboro. 

United States Marshal— Jas. M. Milli- 
ken, Greensboro. 

District Attorney— A. E. Holton, Win- 
ston. 

District comprises Circuits of Greens- 
boro, Statesville, Asheville, and Char- 
lotte. 

Clerk for Statesville and Charlotte 
Circuits— Henry C. Cowles, Statesville. 

Clerk for Greensboro — Sam. C. Hogdon. 

Clerk for Asheville— Cary B. Moore. 

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. 

The Circuit Court of Appeals meets in 
Richmond, Va., February 5th, May 7th, 
and November 3d. Chief Justice Fuller 
will preside. Circuit Judges: Nathan 
Goff and Charles H. Simonton. Two 
District Judges are designated at each 
term. Maryland, West Virginia, North 
and South Carolina compose the circuit. 

Justices of U. S. Supreme Court. 

North Carolina has furnished two As- 
sociate Justices of the United States 
Supreme Court. They were: 

James Iredell— Appointed February 10, 
1790. 

Alfred Moore — Appointed in 1799. 

Superior Court Calendar for 19O1. 

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring Term— Judge Oliver H. Allen. 
Fall Term— Judge T. J. Shaw. 
Beaufort— 1 1 Feb. ISth (2), May 27th (2), 
Nov. 25 (2). I 



Currituck— March 4th (1), Sept 2d Hi 
Camden— March nth in. Sepl 91 
Pasquotank— March L8th (1) mi. 
(1), Sept. 16th M), Dec. L6th (1) 
Perquimans— Mar. 25th (1). Sep! 

Chowan- April 1st (l), Sept. 30th 
Gates— April 8th (I), Oct. 7th (1) 
Hertford— April 15th (1), Oct. 14th Hi 
Washington— April 22 (1), Ocl 1 1 Hi 
Tyrrell— April 29th (1), Oct 28th - 
Dare— May 6th (1), Nov. 1th (1) 
Hyde— May 13th (1), Nov. lltl, H) 
Pamlico— May 20th (1), Nov. 1Mb n». 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring Term— Judge Thos. A. McNeill 
Fall Term— Judge Oliver II. A 
Craven-I Jan. 28th (2), ! May 27th 1:1 

I Nov. 25th (2i. 

Bertie— |! Feb. 18th (1), April 29th (2), 

II Sept. 9th (1), Nov. 4th (IK 
Halifax— I March 4th (2). | Nov. 18th 

Warren-| Mar. 18th (2), | Sept. 16th 
(2). . 
Northampton— I April 1st (2), | Oct. 21st 

Edgecombe— I April 15th (2), I June 
10th (2), 1 Oct. 7th (2). 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge A. L. Coble. 

Fall Term— Judge Thos. A. McNeill. 

Pitt— Jan. 7th (2), I Mar. 4th (2), April 
1st (2), Sept. 16th (2), | Dec. 2d (2) 

Franklin— Jan. 21st (2), April 15tl 
Oct. 14th (2). 

Wilson— I Feb. 4th (2), | May 13th Hi. 
I Nov. 11th (2). 

Vance— Feb. 18th (2), May 20th Hi 
Sept. 30th (2). 

Martin— March 18th (2), Sept. 2d (2). 

Nash— I April 29th (2), | Nov. 18th (2). 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge Henry R. Star- 
buck. 

Fall Term— Judge A. L. Coble. 

Wake— *Jan. 7th (2), | Feb. 25th (2), 
*March 25th (2), April 22d (2), July 8th 
(2), *Sept. 23d (2), | Oct. 21st (3) 

Wayne— Jan. 21st (2), April 15th (1), 
Sept. 9th (2), Oct. 14th (1). 

Harnett— Feb. 18th (1), Sept. 2d Hi. 
|| Nov. 25th (2). 

Johnston— March 11th (2), Aug. 26th 
(1), Nov. 11th (2). 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge W. n. Council. 

Fall Term— Judge Henry It. Starbuck. 

Durham— Jan. 14th (2), [ Mar. 25th 
May 13th (1), *Sept. 2d (1), | Sept. 30th 
(2). 

Granville— Jan. 28th (2), April 22d 
July 22d (2), Nov. 18th (2). 

Chatham— Feb. llth Hi. May 6tli Hi. 
Sept. Kith (2). 

Guilford— Feb. 18th (21. .Inn 
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Alamance— Mar. 11th (1), | May 20th 
(1), | Sept. 9th (1). Nov. 4th (1). 

Orange Mar. 18th (1), | May 27th (1), 
Aug. 5th (1), Oct. 28th (1). 

Caswell— April 8th (1), Oct. 14th (1). 

Person— April 15th (1), Aug. 12th (1), 
Nov. 11th (1). 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge W. A. Hoke. 

Fall Term— Judge W. B. Council. 

New Hanover— | Jan. 21st (2), | April 
15th (2), | Sept. 23d (2). 

Sampson— Feb. 4th (2), April 29th (1), 
Oct. 7th (2). - _ 

Duplin— March 18th (1), Sept. 2d (1), 
Dec 2d (2). 

Greene— Feb. 25th (1), Aug. 26th (1), 
Nov. 25th (1). 

Pendtr— March 4th (1), Sept. 9th (2). 

Carteret— April 1st (1), Oct. 21st (1). 

Jones— March 25th (1), Oct. 28th (1). 

Onslow— April 8th (1), Nov. 4th (1). 

Lenoir— Jan. 14th (1), May 6th (1), 
Aug. 19th (1), Nov. 11th (1). 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Soring Term— Judge Frederick Moore. 

Fall Term— Judge W. A. Hoke. 

Anson— Man. 7th (1), | April 15th (1), 
♦•Sept. 2d (1), | Oct. 28th (1). 

Richmond— Jan. 14th (2), April 22d (1), 
May 20th (2), Sept. 9th (2), Nov. 4th (1). 

Scotland— Terms to be set by the Gov- 
ernor when requested by the county. 

Moore— ] Jan. 28th (2), April 1st (2), 
Aug. 19th (2), Nov. 25th (1). 

Robeson— I Feb. 11th (2), | April 29th 
(1), I July 22d (1). I Oct 7th (1). 

Bladen— March 4th (1), Sept. 30th (2). 

Columbus— March 11th (1), Aug. 12th 
(1), Oct. 21st (1). 

Brunswick— March 18th (1), Oct. 14th 

Cumberland— | Feb. 18th (1), | March 
25th (1), | May 6th (2), | Sept. 23d (1), 
| Nov. 11th (2). 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge G. H. Brown. 

Fall Term— Judge Frederick Moore. 

Montgomery— Jan. 7th (2), April loth 
(1), Sept. 30th (2). 

Cabarrus— Jan. 21st (2), April 22d (1), 
July 22d (2), Oct. 14th (1). 

Iredell— Feb. 4th (2), May 20th (2), 
Aug. 5th (2), Nov. 4th (2). 

Rowan— Feb. 18th (2), May 6th (2), 
Aug. 19th (2), Nov. 18th (2). 

Davidson— March 4th (2), Sept. 2d (2). 

Randolph— Mar. 18th (2), July 8th (2), 
Dec. 2d (2). 

Yadkin— April 29th (1), Oct. 21st (2). 
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge H. R. Bryan. 

Fall Term— Judge G. H. Brown. 

Alexander— Feb. 18th (1), Aug. 19th (1). 

Rockingham— March 4th (2), Aug. 12th 
(1), Oct. 28th (2). 

Forsyth— Feb. 25th (1), | May 13th (2), 
| Nov. 25th (2). 



Wilkes— Mar. 18th (1), May 27th (2), 
Aug. 26th (2). 

Surry— | April 15th (2), | Sept. 30th (2), 
| Nov. 11th (2). 

Alleghany— March 25th (1), Sept. 9th 

(1). 
Davie— April 1st (2). Oct. 14th (2). 
Stokes— April 29th (2), Sept. 16th (2). 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term— Judge E. W. Tlmberlake. 

Fall Term— Judge H. R. Bryan. 

Catawba— Mar. 4th (2), Aug. 5th (2), 
Nov. 18th (2). 

McDowell— | April loth (2), | July 22d 
(2). 

Burke— May 6th (2), Nov. 4th (2). 

Caldwell— | March 18th (2), | Aug. 19th 
(2). 

Ashe— April 8th (2), Sept. 16th (2). 

Watauga— April 1st (1), Sept. 2d (2). 

Mitchell— Feb. 18th (2), April 22d (2), 
Sept. 30th (2). 

Yancey— May 20th (2), Oct. 14th (3). 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Spring Term— Judge W. S. O'B. Robin- 
son. 

Fall Term— Judge E. W. Timberlake. 

Mecklenburg— | Jan. 21st (1), | Mar. 
ISth (2), | June 3d (2), | Sept. 30th (2). 

Union— Jan. 28th (3), June 10th (2), 
| Aug. 19th (2), *Sept. 9th (1), *Dec. 16th 

(1). 

Gaston-Feb. 18th (2), Sept. 16th (2). 

Stanley— Mar. 4th (2), *Sept. 2d (1), 
| Dec. 9th (1). 

Lincoln— April 1st (2), Oct. 14th (1). 

Cleveland— April 15th (2), Oct. 21st (2). 

Rutherford— April 29th (2), Nov. 25th 
(2). 

Polk— May 13th (1), Nov. 18th (1). 

Henderson— | May 20th (2), | Nov 25th 
(2). 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge T. J. Shaw. 

Fall Term— Judge W. S. O'B. Robin- 
son. 

Madison— Jan. 21st (2), July 22d (3). 

Buncombe— Feb. 4th (3), April 29th 
(2), Aug. 12th (3), Nov. 11th (2). 

Transylvania— Feb. 25th (2), Sept. 2d 
(2). 

Haywood— March 11th (2), Sept. 16th j 
(2). 

Jackson— March 25th (2), Sept. 30th 
(1). 

Macon— April 8th (2), Oct. 7th (1). 

Clay— April ?2d (1), Oct. 14th (1). 

Cherokee— May 13th (2), Oct 21st (2). 

Graham— May 27th (1), Nov. 4th (1). 

Swain— June 3d (3), Nov. 25th (2). 



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Criminal Court Calendar. 

EASTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge— Augustus M. Moore, Greenville. 

Mecklenburg— Jan. 7th (2), April 8th 
(1). July 15th (2), Sept. 23d (1), Nov. 
25th (1). 

New Hanover— March 11th (1), June 3d 
(2), Aug. 5th (1), Nov 18th (1). 

Edgecombe— May 20th (1), Nov. 11th 
(1). 

Robeson— April 15th (1), Oct. 28th (1). 

Halifax— Jan. 28th (1), May 6th (1), 
Sept. 30th (1). 

Cumberland— Dec. 31st, 1900 (1), April 
29th (1), Sept. 16th (1). 

Craven— Feb. 25th (1), Aug. 19th (1). 

Nash— Feb. 4th (1), Aug. 26th (1). 

Warren— June 24th (1), Dec. 9th (1). 

Wilson— June 17th (1), Oct. 14th (1). 

Northampton— March 18th (1). Sent 
2d (1). 

WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge— Henry B. Stevens, Asheville. 

SPRING TERMS. 

Forsyth County— First Monday in Jan- 
uary (two weeks). 

McDowell County— Eighth Monday af- 
ter fourth Monday in January (two 
weeks). 

Henderson County— Tenth Monday in 
January (two weeks). 

Caldwell County— Second Monday after 
fourth Monday in April (two weeks). 

FALL TERMS. 

Forsyth County— First Monday in July 
(two weeks), and second Monday afte- 
fourth Monday in October (two weeks). 

McDowell County— Sixth Monday after 
fourth Monday in July (two weeks). 

Henderson County — Tenth Monday af- 
ter fourth Monday in July (two weeks). 

Caldwell County— Sixth Monday after 
fourth Monday in October (two weeks). 

Other county terms not yet ordered. 

SOLICITORS. 
Edmund Jones, for Caldwell county. 
A. C. Avery, Jr., for Burke county. 
E. A. Griffith, for Forsyth county. 
R. S. McCall, for other counties. 

Statistics of Crime. 

The criminal statistic, of crime for the 
past two years, as compiled by the At- 
torney-General: 

'98-'99 '99-'00 

Assault and battery 578 452 

Abandonment 31 47 

Abortion 4 

Affray 900 849 

Arson 11 10 

Assault 379 313 

Assault, intent to rape 27 

Assault with deadly weapon 1,026 1,001 
Attempt to poison 1 26 



Abduction 

Bastardy ][\[ 

Bigamy ..!!!!" 

Burglary, first degree 

Burglary, second degree ... 

Burnings and other arson.. 

Buggery 

Carrying concealed weapon. 

Compounding felony 

Conspiracy 

Cruelty to animals ......... 

Counterfeiting 

Concealing birth of child!..! 

Disorderly house 

Disposing mortgaged prop- 
erty 

Disturbing meetings 

Escape 

Embezzlement 

Fornication and adultery... 

Failure to list taxes 

Palse pretense 

Forcible trespass 

Forgery 

Failure to work roads 

Fraud 

Gambling 

Housebreaking 

House burning 

Incest 

Injury to property 

Injury to stock 

Illegal registration 

Larceny 

Libel 

Manslaughter 

Murder, first degree 

Murder, second degree 

Miscellaneous 

Malicious mischief 

Malpractice in office 

Nuisance 

Obstructing public highway. 

Obstructing river 

Perjury 

Practicing medicine with- 
out license 

Rape 

Retailing 

Selling liquor to minors.... 

Selling liquor on Sunday . . 

Slander 

Seduction 

Selling adulterated turpen- 
tine 

Trespass 

Resisting officer 

Riot 



1 
22 
19 
32 

7 
17 

8 
894 

3 
11 
68 

5 

6 
56 

67 

122 

16 

34 

341 

144 

116 

194 

48 

23 

8 

216 

26 

10 

10 

56 

21 

1 

1,362 



11 

71 

5 

381 

1 

2 

41 
9 
2 

39 

28 
14 
505 
31 
33 
16 
23 



107 
55 
24 



Total number of actions dis- 
posed of 

Males 

Females 

Whites 

Colored 

Indians 

Com ictions, Including 
missions 

v i ; i itted 

Nol. pros 

Otherwise disposed of 



8,357 

7,694 

663 

17 



1,758 



4 

16 
19 
19 
18 
22 

4 
934 

2 
10 
63 


15 
46 

51 

117 

48 

44 

316 

17H 

102 

206 

45 

20 

10 

131 

28 

10 

10 

56 

28 



1,329 

6 

14 

89 

24 

496 

9 

5 

40 

16 

■> 

43 

21 
21 
537 
43 
14 
24 
18 



71 
34 



8,268 

7,661 

617 

1,119 






■4 



sri:.\Ki:i;s of north Carolina senate and house. 



* 



Speakers of the Senate. 

1777 Samuel Ashe. 

\]|.M Jones. 

\bner Nash. 
L780 1 7s i Alexander Martin. 
L782-'3-*4— Richard Caswell. 
1786 .lames Coor. 
17N7-17SS Alexander Martin. 
L789 Charles Johnson. 
1790-'91-'92-'93-'94— William Lenoir. 

16 ':'7-'98-'99— Benjamin Smith. 
1800-'01-'02-'03-'04— Joseph Riddick. 
1805— Alexander Martin. 
lS06-'7-'8-'9-'10-'ll— Joseph Riddick. 
L812-'13-*14— George Outlaw. 
L815 John Branch. 

1817-'18-'19-'20-'21-'22-'23- , 24-'25-'26-'27— 
Bartlett Yancey. 
1828— Jesse Speight. 
1829— Bedford Brown. 
1S30-1831— David F. Caldwell. 
1832- , 33-'34-'35— William D. Mosely. 
1836-'37— Hugh Waddell. 
1838-'39-'40-'41— Andrew Joyner. 
1842-1843— Louis D. Wilson. 
1844-1S45— Burgess S. Gaither. 
1846-1847— Andrew Joyner. 
1848-1849— Calvin Graves. 
1850-'51-'52-'53— Weldon N. Edwards. 
1854-1855— Warren Winslow. 
1856-1857— W. W. Avery. 
1859-1860— H. I. Clark. 
1862-1864— Giles Mebane. 
1866— M. E. Manly. 
1868-1870— Tod R. Caldwell. 
L871— E. J. Warren. 
1S73— C. H. Brogden. 
L875— R. F. Armfield. 
1S77— Thomas J. Jarvis. 
1S79— R. F. Armfield. 
1881— James L. Robinson. 
1885— Charles M. Stedman. 
1889— Thomas M. Holt. 
1893— Rufus A. Doughton. 
1897— Charles A. Reynolds. 
1901— Wilfred D. Turner. 

Speakers of the House. 

1777— Abner Nash. 

1778— Thomas Benbury. 

1779— Thomas Benbury. 

1780— Thomas Benbury. 

1781— Thomas Benbury. 

1782— Thomas Benbury. 

1783— Edward Starkey. 

1784 — Thomas Benbury. 

1785— Wm. Blount, R. D. Speight. 

1786— John B. Ashe. 

1787— John Sitgreeve. 

1788— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1789— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1790 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1791 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1792 — Stephen Cabarrus. 

1793— John Leigh. 

1794— Timothy Bloodworth. 

1795 — John Leigh. 

1796 — Mussendine Matthews. 

1797— Mussendine Matthews. 

1798— Mussendine Matthews. 



1799— Mussendine Matthews. 

1800— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1801— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1802— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1803— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1804— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1805— Stephen Cabarrus. 

1806— Joshua G. Wright. 

1808— William Gaston. 

1809— Thomas Davis. 

1810— William Hawkins. 

1811— John Steele. 

1812— William Miller. 

1813— William Miller. 

1814— Frederick Nash. 

1815— John Craig. 

1816— James Iredell. 

1817 — James Iredell. 

1S18— James Iredell. 

1819— R. M. Saunders. 

1820— R. M. Saunders. 

1821— James Mebane. 

1822— John D. Jones. 

1823— Alfred Moore. 

1824— Alfred Moore. 

1825— John Stanly, James Iredell. 

1826— John Stanly. 

1827— Thomas Settle. 

Settle. 

J. Alexander. 

Fisher. 

Fisher. 
Henry. 

J. Alexander. 

J. Alexander. 
Haywood. 
Haywood. 



1828— Thomas 

1829— William 

1830— Charles 

1831— Charles 

1832— Louis D. 

1833— William 

1834— William 

1835— W. H. 

1836— W. H. 

1837— W. H. Haywood. 

1838— Wm. A. Graham. 

1839— Wm. A. Graham. 

1840— Wm. A. Graham. 

1841— Wm. A. Graham. 

1842— Calvin Graves. 

1843— Calvin Graves. 

1844— Edward Stanly. 

1845— Edward Stanly. 

1846— Edward Stanly. 

1847— Edward Stanly. 

1848— R. B. Gilliam. 

1849— R. B. Gilliam. 

1S50— James C. Dobbin. 

1851 — James C. Dobbin. 

1S52— John Baxter. 

1S53— John Baxter. 

1854— Samuel P. Hill. 

1855— Samuel P. Hill. 

1856— Jesse G. Shepherd. 

1S57 — Jesse G. Shepherd. 

1857— Thomas Settle. 

1858— Thomas Settle. 

1859— William T. Dortch. 

1862— R. B. Gilliam and N. N. Fleming. 

1S64— R. S. Donnell. 

1862— M. S. Robbins. 

1863— Thomas Settle. 

1865— R. Y. McAden. 

1867— S. F. Phillips. 

1S68— Joseph W. Holden. 

1870-1871— T. J. Jarvis. 

1871— T. J. Jarvis. 

1873— James L. Robinson. 



. 









REGISTER OP FORMER STATE OFFICIALS. 



55 



1875— James L. Robinson. 

1877 — Charles Price. 

1879— John M. Moring. 
11881— Charles M. Cooke. 
EL883— George M. Rose. 
Ii885— Thomas M. Holt. 

§87— John R. Webster. 
BL889 — Augustus Leazar. 
Il891— Rufus A. Doughton. 
BLS93 — Lee S. Overman. 
11895— Zeb. Vance Walser 
p98— A. F. Hileman. 
Jl899— H. G. Connor. 

Railroad Commissioners. 

1831-1899— James W. Wilson, of Burke 
1891-1895— T. W. Mason, of Northampton 
1897-1897— E. C. Beddingfleld, of Wake. 
f.895-1899— S. Otho Wilson, of Wake 
1897-1903— D. H. Abbott, of Pamlico 
1897-1899-Jno. H. Pearson, of Burke 
1897-1899— L. C. Caldwell, of Iredell 
1899-1907— F. McNeill, of New Hanover 
1899-1905— Sam. L. Rogers, of Macou. 

State Comptrollers. 

783— John Craven. 
80S — Samuel Goodwin. 
825— Joseph Hawkins. 
.827— John L. Henderson. 

James Grant. 

834— Nathan Stedman. 
.836— William F. Collins. 
851— William J. Clarke. 
855— George W. Brooks. 
857— Curtis H. Brogden. 
.867— S. W. Burgin. 

State Auditors. 

869 — Henderson Adams, of Davidson. 
873— John Reilly, of Cumberland. 
877— Samuel L. Love, of Haywood. 
881— William P. Roberts, of Gates. 
885— William P. Roberts, of Gates. 
889— George W. Sanderlin, of Wayne. 
893— Robert M. Furman, of Buncombe. 
.897— Hal W. Ayer, of Wake. 
901 — Benjamin F. Dixon, of Cleveland. 

Commissioners of Labor. 

887-1889— W. N. Jones, of Wake. 
889-1893— J. C. Scarborough, Johnston. 
893-1S97— B. R. Lacy, of Wake. 
897-1899— Jas. Y. Hamrick, of Cleveland. 
899-1901— B. R. Lacy, of Wake. 
901 — H. B. Varner, of Davidson. 

Former Commissioners of Agricul- 
ture. 

877— L. L. Polk, of Anson; Hon. M. Mc- 

Gehee, of Person. 
887— John Robinson, of Anson; Samuel 

L. Patterson, of Caldwell. 
596— John R. Smith, of Wayne. 
397 — J. M. Mewborne, of Lenoir. 

98— Samuel L. Patterson, of Caldwell. 






Secretaries of State- 
1777— James Glasgow. 
1778— William White. 
1811— William Hill. 

1859— Rufus H. Page. 
1S63-J. P. H. Russ. 
1864— Charles R. Thomas. 
1866— R. W. Best. 
1868— Henry J. Menninger. 
1872— William H. Howerton. 
1877— Joseph A. Engelhard. 
1881— William L. Saunders. 
18S5— William L. Saunders. 
1889— William L. Saunders. 
1891— Oct. Coke. 
1893— Oct. Coke. 
1895— Chas. M. Cooke 
1897— Cyrus Thompson. 
1901— J. Bryan Grimes. 

State Treasurers. 

1776— Richard Caswell, Samuel Johnston. 
1777 — Nemucan Hunt. 
1787— John Haywood. 
1827— William S. Roberts. 
1830— Robert H. Burton. 

William S. Wilson. 

1835— Samuel F. Patterson. 
1837— Daniel W. Courts. 
1839— Charles L. Hinton. 
1843— John H. Wheeler. 
1845— Charles L. Hinton. 
1852— Daniel W. Courts. 
1863— Jonathan Worth. 
1865— William Sloan. 
1866— Kemp P. Battle. 
1869— David A. Jenkins. 
1873 — David A. Jenkins. 
1877— John M. Worth. 
1881— John M. Worth. 
1S85— Donald W. Bain. 
1889— Donald W. Bain. 
1893— S. McD. Tate. 
1897— William H. Worth. 
19111 — Benjamin R. Lacy. 

Secretaries of Navy. 

North Carolina has furnished only four 
Cabinet officers, and each of the four 
was Secretary of the Navy. They - 

John Branch — Appointed March '.», 1829. 

Geo. E. Badger — Appointed March :.. 
1841. 

W. A. Graham— Appointed July 20, 

J. C. Dobbin— Appointed March 5, LS68. 

Presidents of U. S. Senate. 

North Carolina has furnished three 
Presidents pro tempore of the United 
States Senate. They v. 

Jesse Franklin— Elected March, 1804. 

Nathaniel Macon— Elected May, i- 

Willie P. Mangum— Elected May, 

Speaker of U. S. House. 

North Carolina bas Furnished only one 
Speaker of the Uniti 'I Stati :- : Ho 
Nathaniel Macon was three timi 
Sp< aki r. and prei Idi ii over the Se^ enth, 
1 Eighth, and Ninth Coni i 



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r>6 



FORMER GOVERNORS AND SENATORS. 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATE. 

UNDER LORD PROPRIETORS. 

1585-1587— Ralph Lane. 
L587, John White. 

L667— William Drummond. 
: -Samuel Stephens. 

1673-1677 — Sir George Eastchurch, 

Miller, John Culpepper. 
1680-1681— John Jenkins. 
1681-1683— Henry Wilkinson. 
1C83-1689— Seth Sothel. 
1689-1693— Philip Ludwell. 
1693-1695— Major Alexander Lillington. 
1695-1699— Thomas Harvey. 
1699-1704— Henderson Walker. 
1704-1705— Col. Robert Daniel. 
17(»r,-l707 — Thomas Carey. 
1707-1710— William Glover. 
1710-1712— Edward Hyde. 
1712-1713— Col. Thomas Pollock. 
1713-1722— Charles Eden. 
1722— Col. Thomas Pollock. 
1722-1724— William Reed. 
1724-1725 — George Burrington. 
1725 — Edward Moseley. 
1725— Sir Richard Everard. 

UNDER THE CROWN. 

1730-1731— George Burrington. 
1731— Gabriel Johnston. 
1752-1753— Nathaniel Rice. 
1753-1754— Col. Matthew Rowan. 
1754-1765— Arthur Dobbs. 
1765-1771— William Tryon. 
17 1 1— Josiah Martin. 

ELECTED GOVERNORS. 

1776-1779— Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1779-1781— Abner Nash, of Craven. 
1781-1782— Thomas Burke, of Orange. 
1782-1784— Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 
1784-1787— Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1787-1789— Samuel Johnston, of Chowan. 
1789-1792— Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 
1792-1795— Richard Dobbs Speight, of 

Craven. 
1795-1798— Sam. Ashe, of New Hanover. 
1798-1799— William R. Davie, of Halifax. 
1799-1802— Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 
1802-1805— James Turner, of Warren. 
1805-1807— Nat. Alexander, of Mecklenb'g. 
1807-1808— Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 
1808-1810— David Stone, of Bertie. 
1810-1811— Ben. Smith, of Brunswick. 
1811-1814— Wm. Hawkins, of Warren. 
1814-1S17— William Miller, of Warren. 
1817-1S20— John Branch, of Halifax. 
1820-1821— Jesse Franklin, of Surry. 
1821-1824— Gabriel Holmes, of Sampson. 
1824-1827— Hutchins B. Brown, of Halifax. 
1827-1828— James Iredell, of Chowan. 
1828-1830— John Owen, of Bladen. 
1830-1832— Montford Stokes, of Wilkes. 
1832-1835— D. L. Swain, of Buncombe. 
1835-1837— R. D. Speight, Jr., of Craven. 
1837-1841— E. B. Dudley, of New Hanover. 
1841-1845— John B. Morehead, of Guilford. 
1845-1849— Wm. A. Graham, of Orange. 
1847-1851— Charles Manly, of Wake. 
1851-1854— D. S. Reid, of Rockingham. 



1854-1855 — Warren Winslow, of Cumber- 
land. 

1855-1859 — Thos. Bragg, of Northampton. 

1859-1861— John W. Ellis, of Rowan. 

1861-1833— Henry T. Clark, of Edgecombe 

1863-1865— Zebulon B. Vane, of Buncombe. 

1865-1866— W. W. Holden, of Wake, Pro- 
visional Governor. 

1866-1869— Jonathan Worth, of Randolph. 

1869-1870— Wm. W. Holden, of Wake. 

1870-1873— Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 

1873-1874— Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 

1874-1877— Curtis H. Brogden, of Wayne. 

1877-1878— Z. B. Vance, of Buncombe. 

1878-1881— Thomas J. Jarvis, of Pitt. 

1881-1885— Thomas J. Jarvis, of Pitt. 

1885-1889— Alfred M. Scales, of Guilford. 

18S9-1891— Daniel G. Fowle, of Wake. 

1891-1893— Thos. M. Holt, of Alamance. 

1893-1897— El ias Carr, of Edgecombe. 

1897-1901— D. L. Russell, of New Hanover. 

1901— Chas. B. Aycock, of Wayne. 






1789- 
1793- 
1789- 
1795- 
1799- 
1807- 
1301- 
1813- 
1805- 
1S14- 
1815- 
1816- 
1823- 
1828- 
1829- 
1831- 
1837- 
1841- 
1S41- 
1843- 
1846- 
1848- 
1849- 
1854- 
1854- 
1859- 
1867- 
1867- 
1872- 
1873- 
1879- 
1894- 
1895- 
1895- 
1901- 



United States Senators. 

1793— Samuel Johnston. 
1799— Alexander Martin. 
1795 — Benjamin Hawkins. 
1801— Timothy Bloodworth. 
1805 — Jesse Franklin. 
1813— Jesse Franklin. 
1807— David Stone. 
1814— David Stone. 
1816 — James Turner. 
1815— Francis Loche. 
1828— Nanthaniel Macon. 
1823— Montford Stokes. 
1829— John Branch. 
1831— James Iredell. 
1841— Bedford Brown. 
1837— W. P. Mangum. 
1S41— Robert Strange. 
1847— W. P. Mangum. 
1843— William A. Graham. 
1846— William H. Haywood. 
1855 — George E. Badger. 
1853— W. P. Mangum. 
1851— Thomas Bragg. 
1858— Asa Biggs. 
1859— D. S. Reid. 
1861— T. L. Clingman. 
1871— Joseph C. Abbott. 
1873— John Pool. 
1895— Matthew W. Ransom. 
1879 — A. S. Merrimon. 
1894— Zebulon B. Vance. 
1895— Thomas J. Jarvis. 
1903— Jeter C. Pritchard. 
1901— Marion Butler. 
1907— F. M. Simmons. 



State Cotton Growers' Association 

President— Maj. W. A. Graham, Mach- 
pelah. 

Secretary— Col. John S. Cunningham, 1 
Cunningham. 

Executive Committee — A. T. McCallum 
Red Springs; J. B. Grimes, Grimesland 
Wm. R. Cox, Tarboro; J. K. Spencer, J, 
A. Shine, W. A. Graham, Machpelah. 



ELECTORAL VOTE, LIBRARIES, RAILROADS AND TELEGR A 



Jackson, 15; 
Calhoun, 15. 

Jackson, 15; 



Electoral Vote of North Carolina. 

First election, 17S8, North Carolina did 

not vote, not having ratified the Con- 
stitution. 

1792— George Washington and John Ad- 
ams, 12 votes. 
II 1796— John Adams, ] ; Thomas Jefferson, 
11; Thomas Pinckney, 1; Aaron Burr, 
6; James Iredell, 3; George Washing- 
ton, 1; C. C. Pinckney, 1. 

1800— Thomas Jefferson, 8; Aaron Burr, 
8; John Adams, 4; C. C. Pinckney, 4. 

1804— For President, Thomas Jefferson, 
14; for Vice-President, George Clinton, 
14. 

1808— For President, James Madison, 11; 
C. C. Pinckney, 3. For Vice-President, 
George Clinton, 11; Rufus King, 3. 

1812— President, James Madison, 15; Vice- 
President, Elbridge Gerry, 15. 

1816 — President, James Monroe, 15; Vice- 
President, D. D. Tompkins, 15. 
(1S20- Same as in 1816. 

11824 — President, Andrew 
Vice-President, John C 
(1828— Same as 1824. 

LS32 — President, Andrew 
Vice-President, Martin Van Buren, 15 

'1x36— President, Martin Van Buren, 15; 
Vice-President, R. M. Johnson, 15. 

1840 — President, William H. Harrison, 15; 
Vice-President, John Tyler, 15. 

11844— President, Henry Clay, 11; Vice- 
President, Theodore Frelingbausen, 11 

lS^— President Zachary Taylor, 11 
Vice-President, M. Fillmore, 11. 

1852 — President, Franklin Pierce, 10 
Vice-President, William R. King, 10. 

.1856 — President, James Buchanan, 10 
Vice-President, J. C. Breckenridge, 10 

1800— President. J. C. Breckenridge, 10 
Vice-President, Joseph Lane, 10. 

,1864 — No vote. 

■186S— President. U. S. Grant, 9; Vice- 
President, ScViulyer Colfax, 9. 

1872— President, U. S. Grant, 10; Vice- 
President, Henry Wilson, 10. 

'1876— President, Samuel J. Tilden, 10 
Vice-President, Thos A. Hendricks, 10 

,1880— President, Winfleld S. Hancock, 10 
Vice-President, W. E. English, 10. 

1884— President, Grover Cleveland, 11 
Vice-President, Thos. A. Hendricks, 11 

;1K8S— President, Grover Cleveland, 11 
Vice-President, Allen G. Thurman, 11 

1S92 — President, Grover Cleveland, 11 
Vice-President, Adlai E. Stevenson, 11 

1896— President, William J. Bryan, 11 
Vice-President, Arthur Sewall, 11. 

1600— President, William J. Bryan, 11 
Vice-President, Adlai E. Stevenson, 11. 

Libraries in the State. 

There are 49 Libraries in North Caro- 
lina having a total of 216,000 books. 
There is a library connected with the 
University, every college and all the 
leading institutions of learning. Some 
'.of these are very large. There are 36,- 
300 volumes in the library of the Uni- 
versity; 15,500 at Wake Forest; 13,000 at 



Trinity; 12,000 at Davidson: 22.618 In the 
State Library; 13,350 in the Supi 
Court Library. The libra. 
neeted with schools or controlled by the 
State are as follows: 

Asheville Library, Ashevill. . 

Bishop Atkinson Librar- Ashevill,' 

Cross Creek, I. O. O. F.. FayetteviHe 

Good Will Free Library. I. : 

Pioneer Library Lenoir. 

D. & D. Kelly Library, Raleigh. 

Olivia Raney Library, Raleigh. 

Rab Library, Waynesville. 

Library Association, Wilmington. 

Hickory Library, Hickory. 

Durham Library, Durham. 

Morganton Library, Morganton. 

Kinston Public Library, Kinston. 

Circulating Library, Charf 

S. A. L. Railroad, Raleigh. 

RAILROADS. 

Name. Mileage. 
Atlantic Coast Line.. 955.72 
Southern Railway 1,193. 6S 



Tax 

Valuation. 



Seaboard Air Line... 604.47 

Aberd'n & R. Fish... 26 

Aberdeen & Asheboro 76.75 

Atlantic & N. C 95 

At.. Knox. & North.. 13.10 

Atlantic & Danville. 22 

Caldwell & Northern. 10.60 

Carthage 29.50 

Cashie & Chowan 19 

Carolina & Northw.. 72.30 

D., M. & Southw.... 7.80 

Durham & Charlotte. 20.30 

E. T. & W. N. C 3 

Cape Fear & North.. 20 

Raleigh & C. Fear... 18 

Moore County 12.25 

Northam. & Hertford 9 

Norfolk & Southern.. 82.17 

N. Han. Tran. Co... 4 

Roan. & So. N.&W... 45.65 

Lvnch. & Dur. N&W. 41.69 

Egypt 8 

Red Springs & B 21 

South C. & Georgia.. 62.80 

Suffolk & Carolina... 25.50 

Transylv. R'y Co 21 

Warren ton 3 

Well'gt'n & Pow'llsv. 24 

Wilmington S. Coast. 11.81 

Winton 15 



$13,809 
15,270 
8,841 
49 

193 

734 
47 

172 
24 
57 
41 

268 
20 
43 
13 
51 
46. 
22, 
23, 
1,170, 
11, 

406, 

247, 
23 
20 

337 
71 
57 
8 
46 
42 



643.50 
853.33 
619.20 
300.00 
450.00 
330.08 
,600.00 
,737.00 
685.00 
975.00 
090.00 
457.60 
700.00 
545.00 
864.53 

■ .'"i 

225.00 
382.50 
225.00 
159.00 

.III.I.IIO 

L'KT.ir, 
599.65 

100.00 

440.00 
180.00 
310.00 
080.00 
680.00 
350.00 



Total 3,574.09 J42.220.9I 

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 

Tax 
Name. Mileage. Valual 

Western Union Tel Co. .12,944.90 $1.ihn).000 

;,.'. 



Atl. Pos. Tel. Cable Co. 1,626.92 
Eliz. C. & Nor. Tel Co. 52 

Louisburg Tel Co 

Lenoir & B. R. Tel Co. 22 

Pittsboro & M. Tel L 

Carthage Tel. Co 

Wilming'n & Southp. L 

Carolina P. Tel Co 



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SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT TO STATE CONSTITUTION. 



Suffrage Amendment of Constitution. 

i Which goes into effect July 1, 190.'.) 

<<?* <<?• *(5* 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section I. That Chapter 218, Public Laws of 1899, entitled: "An Act tc| 
] Amend the Constitution of North Carolina," be amended so as to make saic. 
Act read as follows: 

That Article Six of the Constitution of North Carolina be and the sam( ; 
is hereby abrogated, and in lieu thereof shall be substituted the following 
Article of said Constitution, as an entire and indivisible plan of suffrage: 

ARTICLE VI. 
Suffrage and Eligibility to Office. 

(Section 1.) Every male person born in the United States, and everj 
male person who has been naturalized, twenty-one years or age, and pos 
sessing the qualifications set out in this Article, shall be entitled to vott 
at any election by the people in the State, except as herein otherwise pro- 
vided. 

(Sec. 2.) He shall have resided in the State of North Carolina for twc 
years, in the County six months, and in the precinct, ward or other electior 
district, in which he offers to vote, four months next preceding the election 
Provided, that removal from one precinct, ward or other election district, tc 
another in the same County, shall not operate to deprive any person of the 
right to vote in the precinct, ward or other election district from which h< 
has removed until four months after such removal. No person who has beer 
convicted, or who has confessed his guilt in open Court upon indictment, o) 
any crime, the punishment of which now is, or may hereafter be, imprison- 
ment in the State's Prison, shall be permitted to vote unless the said persor 
shall be first restored to citizenship in the manner prescribed by law. 

(See. 3.) Every person offering to vote shall be at the time a legally regis- 
tered voter as herein prescribed, and in the manner hereafter provided bj 
law, and the General Assembly of North Carolina shall enact general regis- 
tration laws to carry into effect the provisions of this Article. 

(Sec. 4.) Every person presenting himself for registration shall be abl< 
to read and write any section of the Constitution in the English language 
and before he shall be entitled to vote, he shall have paid on or before th<! 
first day of May of the year in which he proposes to vote, his poll tax for th< 
previous year as prescribed by Article 5. Sec. 1, of the Constitution. But nc 
male person, who was, on January 1, 1867, or at any time prior thereto, en- 
titled to vote under the laws of any State in the United States wherein h< 
then resided, and no lineal descendant of any such person shall be deniec 
the right to register and vote at any election in this State by reason of hi 
failure to possess the educational qualifications herein prescribed: Provided] 
he shall have registered in accordance with the terms of this Section prioi 
to December 1, 1908. 

The General Assembly shall provide for the registration of all persons en- 
titled to vote without the educational qualifications herein prescribed, anc 
shall, on or before November 1, 1908, provide for the making of a permanen 
record of such registration, and all persons so registered shall forever there 
after have the right to vote in all elections by the people in this State, unles.' 
disqualified under Section 2, of this Article: Provided, such person shal 
have paid his poll tax as above required. 

(Sec. 5.) That this amendment to the Constitution is presented ant 
adopted as one indivisible plan for the regulation of the suffrage, with th< 
intent and purpose to so connect the different parts, and to make them se 
dependent upon each other, that the whole shall stand or fall together. 

(Sec. 6.) All elections by the people shall be by ballot, and all election! 
by the General Assembly shall be viva voce. 

(Sec. 7.) Every voter in North Carolina, except as in this Article disquali 
fled, shall be eligible to office, but before entering upon the duties of tht 
office, he shall take and subscribe the following oath: 

"I do solemnly swear (or afErm) that I will suppon 

and maintain the Constitution and laws of the United States, and the Consti' 



AMENDMENT CONTINUED-PROHIBITION PLATFORM." 






E»°? ■??£ n aW f- °i North ! Carolina, not inconsistent therewith an, 
fee God " dlscharge tne duties of my office, as >...... 

L ^ ec -„ 8 - ) The following classes of persons shall be disqualified for office- 
first, all persons who shall deny the being of Almighty God Secon -,li 
hersons who shall have been convicted, or confessed their guilt on indictment 
pending, and whether sentenced or not, or under judgment suspended ot any 
treason or felony or of any other crime, for which the punishment may ti 
Imprisonment in the Penitentiary, since becoming citizens of the Unit 
btates , or of corruption or mal-practice in office; unless such person shall 
l-estored to the rights of citizenship in a manner prescribed by law 

!? eC « 9 '1 ,, Tha V his l amendment to the Constitution shall go into effect 
|>n the first day of July, Nineteen Hundred and Two, if a majority of 
past at the next general election shall be cast in favor of this suffrage 
• hmendment. 

Section II. This amendment to the Constitution shall be submittal a1 
i he next general election to the qualified voters of the State, in the Bame 
|nanner and under the same rules and regulations as is provided in the law 
regulating general elections in this State, and at said elections those persons 
jileairing to vote for such amendment shall cast a written or printed ballot 
Jyith the words "For Suffrage Amendment" thereon, and those with a con- 
trary opinion shall cast a written or printed ballot with the words "Against 
Suffrage Amendment" thereon. 

Section III. The votes cast at said election shall be counted, compared, 
returned and canvassed, and the result announced and declared under the 
ame rules and regulations, and in the same manner as the vote for Gov- 
ernor, and if a majority of the votes cast are in favor of the said amendment, 
it shall be the duty of the Governor of the State, upon being notified of the 
;i esult of said election, to certify said amendment under the seal of the Sta,te, 
'o the Secretary of State, who shall enroll the said amendment, so certified 
:j mong the permanent records of his office. 

Section IV. That this Act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 
In the General Assembly read three times, and ratified this 13th day of 
une, 1900. 

C. A. REYNOLDS, 
President of the Senate. 
H. G. CONNOR, 
Speaker of the House of Representatives. 



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wftate Platform of Prohibition Party; 



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We. the Prohibitionists of North Carolina, in convention assembled 

ii acknowledge God as the source of all just government and to whose laws 

.11 human enactments should conform, and without whose aid no moral 

eform can be accomplished, do hereby declare 

1. That we are in harmony with the spirit and efforts of the Nali 
'rohibition Party 

2. That we are uncompromising in our opposition to the manufacture, 
:: ale, importaion and exportation of all alcoholic beverages in the United 
m tates. 

3. That we condemn the attitude of our President regarding the army 
lanteen and hold him responsible for the liquor traffic in our new territory 

4. That the traffic in intoxicating beverages is a public nuisance, an un 
litigated evil, and should be suppressed by both State and National legists 
ion. That the said traffic is a creature of law, and is protected by law, 
iy the parties in power in the State and Nation, is a parly n ssitj with 

:• hem, and that they will not smite the business they depend on. election 

ay, and that these parties are unable to rescue this State from the m 
i locial and financial evils of the liquor traffic. 

5. Therefore we call upon all who oppose this infamous traffic, to Join 
ji! ath us in our struggle against this giant evil, feeling confident t 

.fter this great question is settled, and the State freed from the blighting 
ifluence of the liquor traffic, that other questions can and will l>< 
m rithout the usual ill feeling, usually attending the settlement of BUOl 
uestions. 



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REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM. 



Republican State Platform. 

Adopted May 2, 1900. 

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We reaffirm our allegiance to the principles of the Republican Party as set 
forth in the national platform of 18%. 

We endorse without condition and with enthusiasm the Administration of 
President McKinley, and we instruct our delegates to vote for his re-, 
nomination. 

Every sound that greets the ear, and every sight that meets the eye, is an! 
argument in favor of the continuance of Republican policies now in successful' 
and beneficent operation throughout this broad land. As if by magic despairji 
has given place to joy, distress has been converted into prosperity, and nc| 
section has been more signally benefited than the South, and no part of the! 
South more benefited than North Carolina. 

The Democrats in our own State are left absolutely without cause of com-:( 
plaint against the National Administration, and have been compelled tc _ 
resurrect the ghost of negro domination in order to distract public attention 
and if possible, prevent our people from endorsing at the polls the splendid 
achievements of William McKinley in the execution of Republican policies 
at home and abroad. 

In spite of the official records, which show that there has been no negro 
domination, and no possibility of negro domination in the State or in any ol 
its counties, during the past quarter of a century, the Democratic leaders 
have determined to wage the coming campaign upon the race issue alone, 
and they go before the people with a scheme of disfranchisement which is the 
most impudent assault upon the Constitution of the United States, and the 
most shocking act of party perfidy ever attempted by men who recognize the 
obligation of an oath or the sanctity of a public pledge. 

In the last campaign these Democratic leaders published in their hand- 
book, which was distributed by thousands throughout the State, the follow- 
ing explicit declaration and promise, to-wit: 

"The Constitution gives the right of suffrage to all male persons over 
21 years of age, not disqualified by crime, and the Legislature cannot add oi 
take away a letter from that. That can be done only by the people, and the 
Democrats will never submit any proposition to the people to take from a mar 
his right to vote." 

They do not deny making this promise; they do not deny breaking it, and, 
while it was fresh on their lips, without explanation, without apology, with-J 
out remorse, without even the excuse of necessity, they proceed to sacrifice! 
the victims whom that promise had deluded and they dare appeal to men of! 
honor, even to the ministers of the God of Truth, to aid them in violating'! 
the truth and to become parties to this monumental act of perfidy Theses 
Democratic leaders are kind enough to inform us that the Legislature cannoti 
add to or take away a letter" from the qualifications of the voter, and yet 
they proceed to pass an election law which by the double process of "adding' 1 ! 
and "taking away" imposes an educational qualification which will disfran- 
chise as many voters as the amendment itself. 

Thus they put into operation the very provision on which they invite the 
people to pass judgment; they exclude the victims intended for sacrifice, anc 
leave the election solely to those who are fortunate enough to be able to reac' 
the labels on the ballot-box. They first condemn the illiterates of both races' 
and try them afterwards. 

The highest court in our State has decided that provisions identical Ir 
purpose and effect with certain parts of this election law are unconstitutional 
and that all proceedings held under such laws are null and void. We thereV 
fore, warn the authors of this infamous, perfidious and invalid statute that 
they need not hope to enter the National Senate or House of Representatives 
with commissions based upon such a law. Let them remember the fate of the! 
Utah representative, who attempted to violate the compact upon which that 
State was admitted Into the Union— a compact no more solemn than that or 
which North Carolina was readmitted into the Union. 

We denounce, with indignation and abhorrence, the Democratic propo- 

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REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM— Continued. 






iition that the right to vote should be made dependent upon heredity and thus 
build up an aristocracy of birth upon the ruins of free government 

We denounce the frauds, robberies, violence and intimidation by means 
|f which the Democratic party carried the last election. We point to the 
exposure of these unlawful methods in the contest election cases from the 

Sixth and Ninth Congressional districts new pending in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, and we confidently appeal to that body to set the seal of con- 
demnation upon these crimes agains the ballot box, which if unpunish. 

wme and unrebuked by Congress must convert popular elections it 

nockery and a farce. 

Notwithstanding the Democratic party has at all times in the past 
i ntterly denounced force bills, we call attention to the fact that the 
present General Assembly passed an election law which authorizes the em- 
ployment of over six election bailiffs at the polls, armed with deadly weai 
Unstead of legal warrants, for the sole purpose of intimidating the vote] 

he State. We arraign the leaders of that party for employing in 

! he most unjust feature of the Kentucky and South Carolina laws, by v, 

housands of citizens, both white and black, of those States, have been de- 
prived of the liberties guaranteed them by the Constitution of the United 

otates. 

The administration of the affairs of the State and of the several counties 

luring four years of Republican ascendancy, has been scrupulously clean, 
'laithful and economical. 

During this period the credit of the State, as shown bv the market value 
If Its bonds, has reached the highest point known in our history, and we 

challenge a comparison of this record with that of the Democracy during 

iny like period. 

The Republican party has always fostered popular education, that party 
: ngrafted in the organic law of the State the mandatory requirements pro- 
viding public schools for both whites and blacks, but that party will never 

irand ignorance as a crime whose penalty is disfranchisement, so long as the 
pause of that ignorance is the neglect of the State. And we do not believe 

'hat any man, with the natural instincts of a father, will vote to disfranchise 
Ais offspring and degrade them to the level of a felon simply because he or 
j'lis State has failed to educate such offspring, or because Providence has 
: .fflicted them with physical blindness for which this wicked scheme makes 
tiio exemption. We can only judge the future by the past; this is especially 

!rue when we study the value of Democratic promises in the light of their 
i:ierformances. They tell us that they are the devoted friends of education; 

■hat their candidate for Governor is its especial champion. The impartial 
{-.and of history points to their record from 1870 to 1895, during which period 

hey had uninterrupted control of the Legislature, and during that quarter 
,f a century the number of illiterate white voters instead of diminishing 
Actually increased by more than twenty thousand, being an average of about 
■ >ne thousand a year. The figures of the census show the number of illiterate 

»-hite voters in North Carolina was, in 

1870 33,111 

1880 .". . . .44.420 

1890 49,570 

a By the census of 1890 the number of white voters, who could read, but 
ould not write, was 13,000. 

I So that the total number of white voters liable to be disfranchised is 
6,570. 

|l How then can we trust these Democratic leaders to wipe out Illiteracy 
iven among the whites within the next eight years, when their first stop is 

m throw away $100,000 a year of the school fund heretofore derived from the 

*oll tax. With such a record in the past, how can any man expert their 

Hromises to be redeemed at par. 

These men have plunged the State into an evil course of which no man 
ses or knows the end. The consequences rest upon the heads of those who 
ave trampled under their heels the ancient honor of a sovereign State, and 
tie plighted faith of a great political party. 

We are opposed to combinations of capital whenever they become destruct- 
ive of the rights of individual citizens, and such combinations should be sup- 
ressed by adequate statutes enacted by the legislatures of the several Si 
r by Congress if the resulting evils are beyond the power and jurisdiction 
f the States. 

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POPULIST STATE PLATFORM. 



Populist State Platform. 

Adopted April 18, 1900. 

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The People's Party Convention, assembled in Raleigh, April 18th, reaffirm 
the principles set forth in the People's Party National platform adopted a 
St. Louis in 1896, and instructs the delegates to the National Convention a: 
Sioux Falls, May 9th, to vote for the nomination of William J. Bryan fo 
President. 

We commend the present State Administration for its high personal an 
official integrity, and challenge a comparison of its record with any and all c 
its rjroclGCG'ssors 

We condemn the Democratic Legislature of 1899 for its extravagant es 
penditures of public money, amounting to $1,594,765.76 in 1899, as opposed t 
$1,283,971.11, expended by the preceding Legislature, an excess of $310,794.65, nc 
including the sum of $100,000 for public education nor the $63,250 for purchas; 
of State farms. 

We further condemn said Legislature for the careless blundering an 
careless legislation, including more gross blunders and unconstitutional law 
than ever before enacted by any General Assmbly in North Carolina. 

We further denounce the machine leaders of the Democratic party fc 
laying the whip on the backs of the Democratic Legislature and forcin 
them into enacting and submitting a disfranchising constitutional amencj 
ment in violation of the solemn pledges of the party, made not only officiall 
in their campaign hand-book, but by members of the General Assembly an! 
other Democratic candidates for office in their canvass before the peopli' 
We denounce them not only for doing this in violation of their pledges, bv 
also for submitting a measure most odious in form and dangerous in effec 
That General Assembly being composed of some of the best lawyers of th 
party, must have known, or at least had a reasonable doubt, not only a 
to the unconstitutionality of the monstrous provision of Section 5, know 
as the "grandfather clause," in said amendment, but also of the gres 
danger of that unconstitutional sectional section falling, leaving the re 
mainder of the amendment to stand, thus disfranchising by an education? 
qualification fifty or sixty thousand white voters of North Carolina, who, i 
1898, gave the Democratic party power in the Legislature, and whos: 
ignorance is no fault of their own, but is chargeable to the neglect of th 
Democratic party, which now seeks to disfranchise them and make the? 
ignorance a crime alongside that of the felon. 

But even if the proposed amendment were not unconstitutional (as 
clearly is), still it is especially objectionable in the following particulars: 

(a) In that it dignifies with the right of suffrage the most vicious, trouble 
some and obnoxious class of the negro population, and completely disfrar 
chises the most faithful, kindly and orderly element of that race. 

<h) In that, while clamoring for white supremacy and declaring that n 
white man shall be disfranchised under this amendment, they have so writte 
their amendment that every white boy becoming of age after 1908 stands o 
the same footing with the negro, and cannot vote unless he is able to rea 
and write. 

(c) In that, by the latter provision, they have made it possible for tr 
educated negro, after 1908, to cast his ballot while the unfortunate son of tlj 
white men who have been the strength of true Democracy stands without 
vote at the ballot-box. They slaughter the suffrage of the son whose fathe 
they dare not openly attack. 

(d) In that this suffrage amendment does not remove the negro froi 
politics or settle the negro question in North Carolina. 

(e) In that every voter who has not paid his poll tax as much as fft 
months before the State election and eight months before the national elei 
tion, shall be disfranchised as much as if he were convicted of felony or wei 
an ignorant negro. The purpose of this provision is not only to disfrai 
chise every good honest citizen who unfortunately cannot pay his taxes t 
the first of March preceding the election, but further to try to bribe H 
voter to surrender his suffrage at the expense of the public school fund of tr 



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POPULIST STATE PLATFORM— Continued. 



tate, which is derived from poll taxes. There lurks behind this proposition a 
till greater danger to the public schools of the State, for with the adop- 
on of the amendment the opponents of free schools in North Carolina will 
t once raise the cry that every dollar raised for public instruction mi 
lcrease of the number of negro voters, and thus the poor whit 
on will be chained in bondage of ignorance and disfranchised to pre\ 
le education of the negro voter. There is no white supremacy In tl 

The constitutional question presented by the proposed amend n 
lat must be determined by the judgment and conscience or . .n t. individual 
oter. Therefore, we do not make it a party question. We state the i 
nd dangers and leave the voters of all parties to pass their verdicl In the 
ght of these facts. The question is above party, and no on' d b< 

lore active and anxious, in our judgment, to defeat it tnan the rank and 
le of the Democratic party. 

The People's Party is and has always been more distinctly than any other 
arty in North Carolina a white man's party, and is more anxious than any 
ther party to solve the race problem, and to force all parties to a discussion 
f the great economic issues so vitally affecting the welfare of all wealth pro- 
ucers of the State and nation and decency in politics. 

Therefore, we propose, in lieu of this dangerous amendment, the b( I 
ilution of the race question that is possible as long as the Fifteenth Amend- 
ment to the Constitution of the United States stands — a solution which de- 
rives no white man in North Carolina now or hereafter or his right of sut- 
:*age, to-wit: 

Amend Section 6, Art. 6, of the Constitution of North Carolina by in- 
?rting among the disqualifications for office, enumerated therein, the follow- 
■ig, viz.: All negroes and all persons of negro descent to the third generation 
lclusive. 

If the Democratic Legislature which meets in June will offer this safe, 
pnstitutional and wholesome amendment in lieu of the present scheme it will 
'ave our hearty support. If they will not, we appeal to the people to rally 
I) our assistance to elect a Legislature pledged to support such an am 
[lent. 

"We congratulate the people of North Carolina upon the decision of the 
'tate Supreme Court in the case of Harris vs. Wright (121 N. C. R.. 172), de- 
aring that the General Assembly has power to provide different systems 
if county government for various counties of the State. Acting under this 
iecision, we pledge the People's Party to the maintenance of the system of 
ical self-government in all the white counties, towns and cities in the State 
s established by the General Assembly of 1895, and at the same time to pro- 
ide and maintain a legislative system of county government for all the 
egro counties of the State, so that there can never be any question thai 
le white people shall always have full and complete control of county in 
le State. 

We denounce the Democratic Legislature of 1899 for passing an election 
Lw, everv provision of which is carefully and cunningly planned and de- 
ised to thwart the sovereign will of the people of North Carolina by whole- 
lie fraud and debauchery of the ballot-box. We declare, without fear of 
lecssful contradiction, that It is the most partisan, unfair, infamous and 
>prehensible election law that has ever disgraced the statute books of any 
tate in the L T nion. 

We pledge ourselves to increase the efficiency of the public school sy 
i North Carolina, and point to the fact that the People's Parly has 
iore for the public education in North Carolina than the Democratic party 
/er did in twice the length of time. To the Populists of North Carolin 
i be credited the first great increase in the public school system. 

We pledge ourselves to the care of the unfortunate class in North ("are- 
na and to an increase in the necessary facilities for the same. As an 
irnest of our sincerity, we point to our past record in this particular, and 
iv that no "Legislature in which Populists have had a controlling voice 
is ever turned a deaf ear to the demand of the unfortunate' or to 
wed bv an urgent appeal for additional provision as has been tee, nth- 
sued bv the Board of Public Charities because of the failure of the 
>ratic Legislature to make such provision as seen and urgently needed at 
le time they were consuming their time in enacting politnal legislatloi 
|id creating new offices during the session of 1899. 
i Labor is indispensable to the creation and profitable use of capital 
!al increases the efficiency and value of labor. Whoever arrays one again 
'ie other, is an enemy of both. That policy is wisest and best which nar- 
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Democratic State Platform 

iSteraT^LIg^ro Kb.** 11 " ^ Platf0rm ° f the N »«»*> °«2£ 

We denounce the tariff legislation of the Republican party, which 
the burdens of taxation upon our consumers and increased the powers of , 
and monopolies to rob the people. Believing that under our presei 
Federal taxation more than three-fourths of our national revenues 
people owning less than one-fourth of the property of the country, we protest aj 
such inequality and injustice, and in order to remedy to some extent - 
wrong we favor an income tax and favor all constitutional methods to sustaii 
We denounce the Republican party for its passage of the recent legislate 
which the gold standard has been fixed upon our people 

We denounce the policy of the Republican party for its legislation by which 
people in territory acquired by the United States are taxed without representation 
md deprived of the protection afforded by the principle that the Constitution tol 
he flag. 

We are in favor of peaceful commercial expansion, but denounce imperialism 
ind militarism. 

We cordially invite all voters, without regard to past political affiliations to 
.mite with us in support of our candidates for Congress who favor the principles 
hf the Chicago platform. 

We admire the heroism and ability with which the Hon. William Jennings Bryan 
las defended the principles of the Democratic party, and hereby instruct the dele- 
tion from this State to the next National Democratic Convention to vote for his 
i enomination as a candidate for the Presidency. 

We denounce the administration of the Republican party in North Carolina by 
fhich negroes were placed in high and responsible official positions which ought 
o have been filled by white people. 

We approve of the passage of the act of the Legislature of 1899 to prevent the 
emoval of suits by foreign corporations from the State to the Federal Coin 

We commend the Legislature for the passage of the Election Law of 1899. 

We favor a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, econ- 
imy in expenditure and the abolition of unnecessary offices. 

We heartily commend the action of the General Assembly of 1899 for appropria- 
ing one hundred thousand dollars for the benefit of the public schools of t 
nd pledge ourselves to increase the school fund so as to make at least a four 
aonths' term in each year in every school district in the State. 

We point with pride to the record of the Democratic party in the building and 
aanagement of the institutions for the care of the unfortunate insane, and pledge 
he party to so increase the appropriations for this purpose as that every needy 
asane person in the State may be cared for at public expense, 

We approve of the passage of the Corporation Commission Act by the Inst L'gis- 
iture. and of the administration of the affairs of said Commission, by which fairer 
ates have been secured which are more just to the people and to the transport; 
nd transmission corporations, and such assessment of railroad properly as will 
[lake it bear its fair proportion of the burdens of taxation. 

We condemn free passes. 

We denounce all trusts, monopolies, and trade combinations, and demand the 
assage of such legislation, State or national, as will suppress the sail 

We favor the election of United States Senators by the people. 

We favor the enactment of laws by the next General Assembly providing for the 
olding of primary elections for the nomination of State and county and 
ional officers. 

We hereby instruct the State Executive Committee to make provl r the 

olding of a primary on the first Tuesday of next November for the eleel 
nited States Senator by the Democratic voters of the State, at which every el 
•ho has voted the Democratic ticket in the State election shall be ent ii led to i a I 
ote for one man for United States Senator, and the candidate who 
irity of the votes so cast in the whole State, shall receive the support of t 
democratic members of the Legislature; and if no candidate shall receive a 
irity. then the committee shall hold a second primary, at which only the 
ighest candidates shall be ballotted for, and the one receiving n majorit; 
otes so cast shall receive the support of the Democratic members of thi I ture. 

Provided, that if any third candidate shall receive at the first primary 
ithin 2,500 votes of the second highest candidate, then in that event the thl 
idates shall be ballotted for at the second primary. 

We heartily approve of the action of the last Legislature in submitting i 
-.itutional amendment to the people, and we urge its adoption. it Will pn 

tote the peace, the prosperity, the happiness of the people of North Carol In 



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DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNTY ORGANIZATION. 



Democratic State Executive Com- 
mittee. 

Chairman, F. M. Simmons, Raleigh. 
Secretary, P. M. Pearsall, Raleigh. 

NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN. 
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh. 
MEMBERS STATE COMMITTEE. 

First District— Wilson G. Lamb, Wil- 
mington: A. S. Willis, Beaufort; \v. P. 
Roberts, Gatesville; B. B. Winborne, 
Murfreesboro. 

Second District— Thos. W. Mason, Ga- 
rysburg; L. V. Morrill, Snow Hill; M. J. 
Hawkins, Ridgeway; N. O'Berry, Golds- 
boro. 

Third District— Thos. Daniels, New 
Bern; D. E. Mclver, Sanford; Isaac Mur- 
chison, Fayetteville; Dr. J. M. Faison, 
Faison. 

Fourth District— J. R. Young, Raleigh; 
R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro; E. C. Bedding- 
field, Neuse; Wiley Rush, Asheboro. 

Fifth District— B. S. Royster, Oxford: 
J. S. Manning, Durham; R. D. Reid, 
Reidsville; J. J. Nelson, Greensboro. 

Sixth District— Heriot Clarkson, Char- 
lotte; W. H. Bernard, Wilmington; G. 
B. Patterson, Maxton; Walter H. Neal, 
Laurinburg. 

Seventh District — C. W. Boshamer, 
Statesville; R. T. Pickens, Lexington; 
Paul B. Means, Concord; W. H. Wil- 
liams, Newton. 

Eighth District— R. N. Hackett, Wilks- 
boro; Clyde R. Hoey, Shelby; J. R. 
Lewellyn, Dobson; W. C. Erwin, Mor- 
ganton. 

Ninth District— W. E. Moore, Webster; 
W. T. Lee, Waynesville; J. C. L. Bird, 
Marion; J. Y. Jordan, Asheville. 

MEMBERS CENTRAL COMMITTEE. 

Cyrus B. Watson, Winston. 
Thos. J. Jarvis, Greenville. 
Theo. F. Davidson, Asheville. 
Jas. H. Pou, Raleigh. 
J. H. Weddington, Charlotte. 
E. J. Hale, Fayetteville. 
J. S. Carr, Durham. 

E. C. Smith, Raleigh. 

J. S. Cunningham, Cunningham. 
Geo. Warburton, Rockingham. 

F. A. Woodard, Wilson. 
Claudius E. Foy, New Bern. 
Jas. A. Lockhart, Wadesboro. 
R. L. Holt, Bufrlington. 

C. C. Lyon, Elizabethtown. 
R. J. Brevard, Charlotte. 
Frank S. Spruill, Louisburg. 
Chas. M. Busbee, Raleigh. 
W. R. Allen, Goldsboro. 
R. R. Cotton, Falkland. 
S. S. Holt, Smithfleld. 
W. B. Rodman, Washington. 
O. H. Guion, New Bern. 
M. H. Justice, Rutherfordton. 
W. G. Lamb, Williamston. 
S. A. Ashe, Raleigh. 



H. A. London, Pittsboro. 
A. W. Haywood, Haw River. 
N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 
Dr. I. E. Green, Weldon. 
John R. Webster, Reidsville. 
Wm. M. Webb, Morehead City. 

DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMEN COUNTY 
COMMITTEES. 

Alamance— W. H. Carroll, Burlington. 

Alexander— J. H. Burke, Taylorsville. 

Alleghany, W. E. Cox, Sparta. 

Anson— J. G. Boylin, Wadesboro. 

Ashe— Dr. J. W. Colvard, Jefferson. 

Beaufort— W. B. Rodman, Washington. 

Bertie— J. B. Stokes, Windsor. 

Bladen— C. C. Lyon, Elizabethtown. 

Brunswick— M. C. Guthrie, South Port. 

Buncombe— J. D. Murphy, Asheville. 

Burke— A. C. Avery, Jr., Morganton. 

Cabarrus— A. B. Young, Concord. 

Caldwell— J. N. McCall, Lenoir. 

Camden— E. M. DeFord, Camden. 

Carteret— L. A. Garner, Beaufort. 

Caswell— Dr. W. O. Spencer, Yancey- 
ville. 

Catawba— J. H. McLelland, Newton. 

Chatham— R. H. Hayes, Pittsboro. 

Cherokee— Benj. Posey, Murphy. 

Chowan— W. M. Bond, Edenton. 

Clay— D. H. Moore, Brasstown. 

Cleveland— E. Y. Webb, Shelby. 

Columbus— J. A. Brown, Chadbourne. 

Craven— C. T. Watson, New Bern. 

Cumberland— H. L. Cook, Fayetteville. 

Currituck— E. R. Johnson, Currituck. 

Dare— R. W. Smith, Manteo. 

Davidson— H. B. Varner, Lexington. 

Davie— T. B. Bailey, Mocksville. 

Duplin— D. L. Carlton, Kenansville. 

Durham— Paul C. Graham, Durham. 

Edgecombe— D. B. Batts, Tarboro. 

Forsyth— Andrew Joyner, Winston. 

Franklin— J. A. Thomas, Louisburg. 

Gaston— Oscar F. Mason, Dallas. 

Gates— W. T. Cross, Gatesville. 

Graham— W. F. Mauney, Robbinsville. 

Granville— B. S. Royster, Oxford. 

Greene — L. V. Morrill, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— A. M. Scales, Greensboro. 

Halifax— E. L. Travis, Halifax. 

Harnett— J. C. Clifford, Dunn. 

Haywood— W. J. Hannah, Waynesville. 

Henderson— M. Li. Shipman, Heiider- 
sonville. 

Hertford— B. B. Winborne, Murfrees- 
boro. 

Hyde— S. S. Mann, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell — J. A. Hartness, Statesville. 

Jackson— Coleman C. Cowan, Webster. 

Johnston— W. W. Cole, Smithfleld. 

Jones— T. C. Whitaker, Trenton. 

Lenoir — J. W. Grainger, Kinston. 

Lincoln — C. E. Childs, Lincolnton. 

McDowell— E. H. Dysart, Marion. 

Macon— Lee Crawford, Franklin. 

Madison — T. J. Murray, Marshall. 

Martin— Harry W. Stubbs, Williamston. 

Mecklenburg— J. D. McCall, Charlotte. 

Mitchell— W. L. Lambert, Bakersville. 

Montgomery— Chas. T. Luther, Troy. 



PROHIBITION, POPULIST AND REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATIm.W 






Moore— D. A. McDonald, Carthage. 

Nash — Zeb. V. Jenkins, Nashville. 

New Hanover— E. F. Johnson, Wil- 
mington. 

Northampton — R. B. Peebles, Jackson. 

Onslow — Thos. Oilman, Jacksonville. 

Orange — S. M. Gattis, Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — R. L. Woodard, Bayboro. 

Pasquotank — J. B. Leigh, Elizabeth 
City. 

Pender — J. P. Johnson, Rocky Point. 

Perquimans— W. G. Cox, Hertford. 

Person — A. P. Kitchin, Roxboro. 

Pitt— A. L. Blow, Greenville. 

Polk— Geo. C. Justice, Columbus. 

Randolph — R. R. Ross, Asheboro. 

Richmond — Cameron Morrison, Rock- 
ingham. 

Robeson — G. W. McLeod, Lumberton. 

Rockingham— P. D. Watt, Reidsville. 

Rowan— John M. Julian, Salisbury. 

Rutherford— Geo. Biggerstaff, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Sampson— John D. Kerr, Clinton. 
! Scotland— F. B. Gibson, Gibson. 

Stanly— R. E. Austin, Albemarle. 

Stokes— Walter W. King, Danbury. 

Surry— S. P. Graves, Mt. Airy. 

Swain— A. M. Fry, Bryson City. 

Transylvania— W. Galloway Brevard. 

Tyrrell— Jos. A. Spruill, Columbia. 

Union— J. G. Covington, Monroe. 

Vance — R. S. McCoin, Henderson. 

Wake — Armistead Jones, Raleigh. 

Warren — J. A. Dowtin, Warrenton. 

Washington— Thos. W. Blount, Roper. 

Watauga— J. C. Horton, Boone. 

Wayne— W. R. Allen Goldsboro. 

Wilkes— W. W. Barber, Wilkesboro. 

Wilson— C. C. Daniels, Wilson. 

Yadkin— D. M. Reece, Yadkinsville. 

Yancey— G. E. Gardner, Burnsville. 

Populist State Executive Committee 

CENTRAL COMMITTEE. 
Marion Butler, Chairman, Elliott. 
H. W. Ayer, Vice-Chairman, Raleigh. 
J. F. Mitchell, Franklinton. 
J. F. Click, Hickory. 
A. S. Peace, Oxford. 
J. B. Lloyd, Torboro. 
Z. T. Garrett, Henderson. 

STATE COMMITTEE. 
First District— W. J. Leary, St., Eden- 
ton. 
Second District— R. B. Kinsey, La 

Grange. 

Third District— E. M. Cole, Carthage. 
Fourth District— H.E. King, Raleigh. 
Fifth District— J. T. B. Hoover, Hills- 
boro. 

Sixth District— S. A. Edmund, Lumber- 
ton. 

Seventh District— S. A. Earnhardt, Salis- 
bury. 

ighth District— W. D. Hickman, Lenoir. 
Ninth District— L. Purgason, Ruther- 
fordton. 

NATIONAL COMMITTEEMEN. 
Marion Butler, Elliott. 
S. A. Lowrence, Mooresville. 
Cyrus Thompson, Richlands. 



Prohibition State Committee. 

Edwin Shaver (chairman), Salisbury. 

Dr. J. M. Ti 1 1 1 i rv. 

Rev. W. II. L. McLaurin, Mod 

W. H. Moffit, Lexingl 

Cites Hinson, Goldsboro. 

W. M. White, Gastonia. 

Dr. J. W. Long, Salisbury. 

T. P. Johnston, Secretary, Salisbury. 

Republican State Executive Com- 
mittee. 

Senator J. C. Pritchard (Chairman), 
Marshall. 

W. S. Hyams, Secretary, Bakersvllle. 

C. G. Bailey, Treasurer, Advance. 

J. C. Pritchard, National Commil 
man, Marshall. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE STATE AT 
LARGE. 
Z. V. Walser, Lexington. 

E. C. Duncan, Raleigh. 
H. S. Harkins, Asheville. 
Tyre Glenn, Greensboro. 
C. G. Bailey, Advam 

H. P. Cheatham, Halifax. 

F. D. Jones, Gulf. 

First District — Starkey Hare, Winton. 

Second District — R. J. Lewis, Littleton. 

Third District— W. J. Sutton, Eliza- 
bethton. 

Fourth District— J. M. Millikan, Ashe- 
boro. 

Fifth District— J. A. Norwood, Oxford. 

Sixth District— H. C. Dockery, Rock- 
ingham. 

Seventh District— J. W. C. Long, 
Statesville. 

Eighth District— Spencer Blackburn, 
Winston. 

Ninth District— T. S. Rollins. Marshall. 

CHAIRMEN COUNTY EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEES. 
Alamance— Heenan Hughes, Graham. 
Alexander— Dr. C. J. Carson, Taylors- 

ville. 
Alleghany— D. M. Beck, Sparta. 
Anson— J. L. Mathieson, Wadesboro. 
Ashe— S. G. Parsons, Grassy Creek, 
Beaufort— J. B. Respass. Washington. 
Bertie— R. H. Norfleet, Kelford. 
Bladen— R. S. White, Elizabethtown. 
Brunswick— Robt. W. Davis, Soutln 
Buncombe— W. E. Logan, Asheville. 
Burke— L. A. Bristol, Morgant. 
Cabarrus— G. L. Patterson. Con 
Caldwell— R. L. Shcrrill, Lenoir 
Camden— W. R. Dozier, South Mills. 
Carteret— C. D. Jones, Beaufort 
Caswell— Albert Bigelow, Yanceyville. 
Catawba— C. P. Moore, Hickory. 
Chatham— H. T. Chapin, PIttsboro. 
Cherokee— N. Z. Deweeze Murphy. 
Chowan— w. W. Blair, Edenton. 
day— I. A. Moore, Tusquitee. 
Cleveland— S. S. Marks. Shelby. 
Columbus-J. D. Maultby, Whtteville. 
Craven— Robert Hancock. Now l< 
Cumberland— A. L. McCaskill, Faj 

ville. 



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REPUBLICAN COUNTY CHAIRMEN— POSTMASTERS. 



Currituck— C. J. Archer, Moyock. 

Dare— S. C. Pugh, Wanchese. 

Davidson — Zeb. V. Walser, Lexington. 

Davie — M. D. Kimbrough, Mocksville. 

Dunlin— D. A. Williams, Kenansville. 

Durham— S. M. Holton, Durham. 

Edgecombe — Geo. H. White, Tarboro. 

Forsyth— S. E. Hall, Winston-Salem. 

Franklin — W. K. Martin. Louisburg. 

Gaston — L. L. Jenkins, Gastonia. 

Gates — James Jenkins, Gatesville. 

Graham — John Dayton, Robbinsville. 

Granville — J. W. Brown, Oxford. 

Greene— D. W. Patrick, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— O. C. Wheeler, Greensboro. 

Halifax — John H. Hannon, Halifax. 

Harnett— O. J. Spears, Lillington. 

Haywood — T. L. Greene, Waynesville. 

Henderson — Brownlow Jackson, Hender- 
sonville. 

Hertford— J. B. Catus, Winton. 

Hyde — A. Berry, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell— J. W. C. Long, Statesville. 

Jackson — John R. Long, Painter. 

Johnston — J. D. Parker, Smithfield. 

Jones— R. B. Dunn, Trenton. 

Lenoir — J. F. Parrott, Kinston. 

Lincoln — W. C. Muller, Lincolnton. 

Ma<on — H. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 

Madison — John A. Hendricks, Marshall. 

McDowell— J. C. Pool, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — J. W. Mullen, Charlotte. 

Martin — W. A. Johnson, Williamston. 

Mitchell— C. F. Baker, Bakersville. 

Montgomery — G. S. Beaman, Troy. 

Moore— G. D. B. Reynolds, Eagle 
Springs. 

Nash — N. C. Cooper, Nashville. 

New Hanover— T. E. Wallace, Wilming- 
ton. 

Northampton— W. H. Buffaloe, Jackson. 

Onslow — J. F. Giles, Jacksonville. 

Orange— D. Frank Crawford, Teer. 

Pamlico— D. H. Abbott, Vandemere. 

Pasquotank— J. S. Wilcox, Kehukee. 

Pender— R. M. Croom, Burgaw. 

Perquimans — W. R. White, Hertford. 

Person— H. C. Fagleman, Centre Grove. 

Pitt— J. W. Perkins, Greenville. 

Polk— N. B. Hampton, Columbus. 

Randolph — Jas. M. Millikan, Asheboro. 

Richmond — A. M. Long, Rockingham. 

Robeson — B. F. McLean, Maxton. 

Rockingham — J. R. Joyce, Reidsville. 

Rowan — John A. Ramsay, Salisbury. 

Rutherford— R. W. Logan, Rutherford- 
ton. 

Sampson — M. B. Williams, Clinton. 

Scotland— William H. Cox, Laurinburg. 

Stanly — Green M. Dry, Albemarle. 

Stokes— H. M. McGee, Germanton. 

Surry— J. H. C. Norman, Dobson. 

Swain — A. J. Hall, Bryson City. 

Transylvania — Chas. B. Deaver, Brevard. 

Tyrrell— Dr. Ab. Alexander, Columbia. 

Union — J. S. Hasty, Monroe. 

Vance — G. W. Rodgers, Kittrells. 

Wake— D. H. Young, Raleigh. 

Warren — Albert Spruill, Warrenton. 

Washington— W. H. Stubbs, Plymouth. 

Watauga— L. H. Michael, Rutherwood. 



Wayne — Moses B. Fanner, Mount Olive., 
Wilkes— C. H. Somers, Wilkesboro. 
Wilson— John Renfrow, Meeksville. 
Yadkin— John Q. Holton, Yadkinville. 
Yancey— C. C. Lissenbee, Burnsville. 

FIRST-CLASS POST-OFFICES. 

James W. Mullen, Charlotte; salar 
$3,100. 

Philip H. Lybrook, Winston-Saler 
$3,000. 

C. T. Bailey, Raleigh, $3,000. 

M. C. Darby, Wilmington, $3,000. 

Second and Third Class Postmasters, 
with Their Salaries.- 

Asheville— W. W. Rollins, '$2,800. 
Biltmore— George W. Reed, $1,100. 
Burlington— J. Z. Waller, $1,600. 
Carthage— Julia A. Ritter, $1,100. 
Chapel Hill— Herbert Lloyd, $1,600. 
Concord— G. L. Paterson, $1,800. 
Dunn— A. R. Wilson, $1,100. 
Durham— P. J. O'Brien, $2,500. 
Edenton— L. L. Brinkley, $1,500. 
Elizabeth City— Elizabeth C. Pool, $1,80(| 
Fayetteville— A. L. McCaskill, $2,000. 
Gastonia — L. L. Jenkins, $1,600. 
Goldsboro— J. F. Dobson, $2,200. 
Graham— W. H. Holt, $1,000. 
Greensboro— Tyre Glenn, $2,700. 
Greenville— J. J. Perkins, $1,500. 
Henderson— D. W. Garrett, $1,700. 
Hendersonville— A. E. Morris, $1,500. 
Hickory— J. W. Shuford, $1,700. 
Highpoint— W. H. Snow, $1,900. 
Kinston— Ada Hunter, $1,700. 
Laurinburg— W. H. Cooper, $1,300. 
Lenoir— J. K. Moose, $1,200. 
Lexington— D. F. Conrad, $1,400. 
Lincolnton— F. A. Barkley, $1,200. 
Littleton— Henry D. Mayo, $1,100. 
Louisburg— M. E. Hawkins, $1,300. 
Lumberton— R. M. Norment, $1,200. 

Crawford, $1,200. 

Hasty, $1,500. 

C. Pearson, $1,500. 

K. Marshall, $1,600. 



Marion— G. W. 
Monroe — J. S. 
Morganton— D. 
Mount Airy — R. 



Newbern— S. W. Hancock, $2,200 
Newton— R. P. Caldwell, $1,100. 
Oxford— E. C. Peace, $1,600. 
Plymouth— E. W. Fagan, $1,100. 
Red Springs— John G. Brown, $1,300. 
Reidsville— J. F. Wray, $1,700. 
Rockingham— A. M. Long, $1,400. 
Rocky Mount— G. W. Robbins, $1,700. 
Salisbury— J. H. Ramsay, $2,100. 
Sanford— I. H. Lutterloh, $1,100. 
Scotland Neck— Thomas Shields, $1,300. 
Shelby— J. H. McBrayer, $1,400. 
Smithfield— J. D. Massey, $1,100. 
Southern Pines— A. M. Clarke, $1,100. 
Statesville— J. W. C. Long, $1,900. 
Tarboro— J. J. Martin, $1,700. 
Thomasville— Charles M. Hoover, $1,10< 
Wadesboro— J. L. Matherson, $1,200. 
Warrenton— Mary Green, $1,100. 
Washington— J. B. Respess, $1,800. 
Waynesville— J. E. Crymes, $1,300. 
Weldon— J. H. Howard, $1,400. 
Wilson— Samuel H. Vick, $1,900. 



CONFEDERATE VETERAN'S ASSOCIATION. 






CONFEDERATE VETERANS' AS- 
SOCIATION OF N. C. 

Gen. J. S. Carr, Commander, Durham. 
Capt. C. B. Denson, Secretary and 
Treasurer, Raleigh. 

N. C. DIVISION UNITED CONFED- 
ERATE VETERANS. 

Gen. Julian S. Carr., Maj. Gen. Com., 
Durham. 

Col. Wm. H. S. Burgwyn, Adjt. Gen., 
Henderson. 

Lt. Col. W. H. H. Cowles, Inspt. Gen. 
:I Wilkesboro. 

Lt. Col. T. L. Emery, Chief Q. M., 
Weldon. 

Lt. Col. Roger Moore, Chief Com., 
Wilmington. 

Lt. Col. Ham. C. Jones, Judge Advo- 
cate Gen., Charlotte. 

Lt. Col. Peter E. Hines, M. D., Chief 
Surgeon, Raleigh. 

Lt. Col. J. B. Starr, Chief of Artillery, 
Fayetteville. 
ill Lt. Col. Frank Bennett, Chief of Ord- 
nance, Wadesboro. 

Lt. Col. R. E. Wilson, Chief Pay- 
master, Winston. 

Lt. Col. Rev. Chas. Fetter, Chaplain, 
Wadesboro. 

Maj. J. N. Ramsay, Asst. Adjt. Gen., 
Seaboard. 

Maj. R. B. Peebles, Asst. Inspt. Gen., 
Jackson. 

Maj. Harrison Watts, Asst. Q. M., 
Charlotte. 

Maj. Chas. J. O'Hagan, M. D., Asst. 
Surgeon Gen., Greenville. 

Maj. A. B. Stronach, Asst. Paymaster 
Gen., Raleigh. 

Maj. Henry A. London, Chief Personal 
Staff, Pittsboro. 

Maj. A. H. Boyden, Aid-de-Camp, 
Salisbury. 

Maj. F. H. Busbee, Aid-de-Camp, Ra- 
leigh. 

Maj. Graham Daves, Aid-de-Camp, 
New Bern. 

Maj. Ed. J. Hale, Aid-de-Camp, Fay- 
etteville. 

Maj. Ashley Home, Aid-de-Camp, 
Clayton. 

Maj. W. R. Kenan, Aid-de-Camp, Wil- 
mington. 

Maj. J. A. Long, Aid-de-Camp, Rox- 
'boro. 

Maj. Hugh Waddell, Aid-de-Camp, 
Washington, D. C. 

Maj. W. Penn Wood, Aid-de-Camp, 
Asheboro. 

Capt. J. H. Currie, Color Bearer, 
Fayetteville. 

FIRST BRIGADE. " 
Gen. J. G. Hall, Brig. Gen. Com'd'g, 

Hickory. 
Lt. Col. Louis G. Hay, Asst. Adjt. 

Gen., Hickory. 
Command— Camps, 162, 212, 309, 319, 

394, 436, 486, 795, 797, 952, 1155, 1156. 



SECOND DRIGAItK. 

Gen. Wm. L. London, Hi 
Com'd'g, Pittsboro. 

Lt. Col. J. G. Rencher, A: 
Gen., Pittsboro. 

Command— Camps, 387, 382, 117. 
781, 818, S30, 833, 846, 85:', lis I. ; 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Gen. Frank M. Parker, Brig. I 
Com'd'g, Enfield. 

Lt. Col. John P. Loach, Asst. Adjt. 
Gen., Littleton. 

Command— Camps, 137, 254, 326, 124, 
794, 845, 849, 984, 1053, 1057, 1084, 1162, 11'.':'. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Gen. Jas. M. Ray, Brig. Gen. Com'd'g, 
Asheville. 

Lt. Col. J. P. Sawyer, Asst. Adjt. I 
Asheville. 

Command— Camps, 301, 681, S4»',, 914, 924, 
947, 953, 954, 955, 956, 1021, 1045, 1154. 

Camps of the United Confederate 
Veterans' Association. 

No. Name of Camp. Head'q'r Address 

486. .Ruffin Burllni 

846. .Anson Wadesboro 

681..Zebulon Vance Asheville, 

212. .Cabarrus Co. C. V. Ass'n. .Concord. 
952. .Col. John T. Jones Lenoir. 

1057.. James W. Cooke Beaufort. 

162, .Catawba Hickory. 

387..Leonidas J. Merritt Pittsboro. 

956. .Confederate Veteran Murphy. 

1045. .Cleveland Sh' 

1199.. Fair Bluff Fair 

1162. .New Bern New 1 

852.. Fayetteville Fayetteville. 

818. .Robert F. Webb Durham. 

436. .Norfleet Winston. 

1184.. William Gamble Gastonia. 

849..DrysdaIe Snow Hill 

795.. Guilford County Gr 

J 326.. Junius Daniel Littleton. 

1053. .Cary Whitakcr Bi 

848. .Pink Welch W.i.w vllle. 

1021. .Wat Bryson Hendersonvllle. 

394. .Col. Reuben Campbell. .States vUle. 

954. .James R. Love Webster 

833.. Walter R. Moore Smlthfleld. 

914. .Confederate Veteran Marlon. 

947.. Chas. L. Robinson Franklin. 

955.. Confederate Veteran Franklin. 

845. .John C. Lamb William 

382.. Mecklenburg Charlotte, 

254. .Cape Fear Will 

1206.. Person County I 

924. .Confederate Veteran 

830.. Richmond County — Rockingham. 
417.. Ryan Hod Spi 

1155.. Confederate Veterans El 

309.. Chas. F. Fisher Salli 

319.. Col. Chas. F. Fisher ....Sail bury. 

1156 Davis Lee Dicki reon " 

137.. Sampson 

797.. Surry County 

301.. Andrew Coleman ... B 
953. .Transylvania County ... 



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MASONS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS. 



i i .Walkup Monroe. 

984. .Henry L. Wvatt Henderson. 

515.. L. OB. Branch Raleigh. 

L084..John White Warrenton. 

424.. Bryan Grimes Washington. 

794. . Thomas Ruffln Goldsboro. 

1154. .General Pender Burnsville. 

1278.. Oscar R. Rand Holly Springs. 

Confederate Veterans Charm. 

1241. .R. F. Hoke Lumberton. 

lis Henry L. Wyatt Bayboro. 

1245. .Gates County Willeyton. 

UI7. .Zebulon B. Vance Carthage. 

1264. .Jesse S. Barnes Wilson. 

1268. Sou-Nou-Kee Cherokee. 

1273..Nimrod Triplett Boone. 

1277. .Maurice T. Smith Oxford. 

FARMERS' STATE ALLIANCE. 

President— W 7 . A. Graham, Machpelah, 
Lincoln county, N. C. 

Vice-President— J. T. Paschal, Pitts- 
boro, Chatham county, N. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer and State Busi- 
ness Agent— T. B. Parker, Hillsboro, 
Orange county, N. C. 

Lecturer— J. C. Bain, Wade, Cumber- 
land county, N. C. 

Assistant Lecturer or Steward— Jno. M. 
j Mitchell, Wayne county, N. C. 

Chaplain— Rev. W r . S. Mercer, Moyoek, 
Currituck county, N. C. 

Doorkeeper— Geo. T. Lane, Greensboro, 
Guilford county, N. C. 

Sergeant-at-Arms— R. H. Lane, Au- 
rora, Beaufort county, N. C. 

Trustee Business Agency Fund— W. A. 
Graham, Machpelah, N. C. 

Executive Committee— J. W. Denmark, 
(chairman), Raleigh, N. C; W. B. Flem- 
ing, Ridgeway, N. C; John Graham 
Warrenton, N. C; Dr. J. E. Person! 
Pikeville, N. C. ; Thomas J. Oldham, 
Teer, N. C. 

State Funeral Directors' and Em- 
balmers' Association. 
President— John M. Harry, Charlotte. 
First Vice-President— H. W. Simpson, 

New Bern. 
Second Vice-President— C. W. Brown, 

Asheville. 
Third Vice-President— J. W. Brown, 

Raleigh. 
Secretary— W. L. Bell, Concord. 
Treasurer— E. E. Flanagan, Greenville. 
Executive Committee— Frank H. Vogler, 

Winston-Salem; H. W. Simpson, New 

Bern; J. R. Myers, Thomasville. 

PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIAT'N. 

President— R. H. Jordan, Charlotte. 

Vice-Presidents— John H. Hardin, Wil- 
mington; H. T. Hicks, Raleigh; W. A. 
Leslie, Morganton. 

Secretary— P. W. Vaughan, Durham. 

Treasurer— A. J. Cook, Fayetteville. 

Executive Committee— G. R. Pilkington, 
Pittsboro; J. H. Bunting, Wilmington; 
A. S. Harrison, Enfield; G. R. Wooten, 
Hickory; P. W. Vaughan, Durham. 

Local Secretary— E. W. O'Hanlon, Win- 
ston. 



GRAND LODGE OF MASONS. 

B. S. Royster, Grand Master, Oxford 

H. I. Clarke, Deputy Grand Masteil 

Hamilton. 

W. S. Liddell, Senior Grand Warder 
Charlotte. 

F. D. Winston, Junior Grand Warder 
Windsor. 

William Simpson, Grand Treasurer 
Raleigh. 

John C. Drewry, Grand Secretary 
Raleigh. 

Thomas Bell, Grand Chaplain, Wilson 
B. W. Hatcher, Grand Lecturer 
Liberty. 

S. M. Gattis, Senior Grand Deacon 
Hillsboro. 

T. J. Reed, Junior Grand Deacon 
Biltmore. 
J. C. Biggs, Grand Marshal, Durham 
A. K. Smith, Grand Sword Bearer 
Smithfield. 

T. L. Farrar, Grand Pursuivant, W T in 
ston. 

R. N. Hackett, Grand Steward, Wil 
kesboro. 

F. M. Winchester, Grand Steward 
Charlotte. 

R. H. Bradley, Grand Tiler, Raleigh. 
PAST GRAND MASTERS OF GRANI 
LODGE. 
Samuel Johnson, 1787. 
Richard Caswell, 1788. 
Samuel John. 1789, 1790, 1791. 
William R. Davie, 1792, 1793, 1794, 17951 
1796, 1797, 1798. 
William Polk, 1899, 1800, 1801. 
John Louis Tavlor, 1802, 1803, 1804. 
John Hall, 1805, 1806, 1807. 
Benjamin Smith, 1808, 1809, 1810. 
Robert Williams, 1811, 1812, 1813. 
John Louis Taylor, 1814, 1815, 1816. 
Calvin Jones, 1817, 1818, 1819. 
John A. Cameron, 1820, 1821. 
James Smith, 1822. 
Robert Strange, 1823, 1824. 
H. G. Burton, 1825, 1826. 
L. D. W'ilson, 1827, 1828, 1829. 
R. D. Speight, 1830, 1831. 
S. J. Baker, 1832. 
S. T. Patterson, 1833, 1834. 
L. H. Marsteller, 1835, 1836. 
D. W. Stone, 1837, 1838, 1839. 
S. J. Baker, 1840. 

D. L. Crenshaw, 1S41. 
J. H. Wheeler, 1842, 1843. 
P. W. Tanniny, 1844, 1845, 1846. 
Wm. T. Collins, 1847, 1848, 1849. 
A. T. Jerkins, 1850, 1851, 1852. 
Clement H. Jordan, 1853, 1854. 
P. A. Holt, 1855, 1856. 
Alfred Martin, 1857, 1858. 
Lewis S. Williams, 1859, 1860. 
W. S. Hill, 1861. 

E. T. Watson, 1862, 1863. 
John McCormick, 1864. 
E. G. Reade, 1865, 1866. 
R. W. Best. 1867. 
Robert B. Vance, 1868, 1869. 
Charles C. Clarke, 1870, 1871. 



MASONS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS. 



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John Nichols, 1872, 1873. 
George W. Blount, 1874, 1875. 
Horace H. Munson, 1876, 1877. 
William R. Cox, 1878, 1879. 
Henry F. Grainger, 1880,1881. 
Robert Bingham, 1882, 1883, 1884. 
Fabius H. Busbee, 1885, 1886. 
Charles Robinson, 1887, 1888. 
Samuel H. Smith, 1889, 1890. 
Hezekiah A. Gudger, 1891, 1892. 
John W. Cotton, 1893, 1894. 
Francis M. Moye, 1895, 1896. 
Walter E. Moore, 1897, 1898. 
Richard J. Noble, 1899. 
B. S. Royster, 1900. 
Number of Lodges in Jurisdiction, 311; 
umber of Master Masons, 11,360. 

',RAND COMMANDERY, KNIGHTS 
TEMPLAR. 

R. E. Grand Commander — Wm. E. 
Randolph, Asheville. 

E. Deputy Grand Commander — DeWitt 
■ Allen, Charlotte. 

E. Grand Generalissimo— John C. 
)rewry, Raleigh. 

E. Grand Captain General— James K. 
Jorfleet, Winston. 

iii. Grand Prelate— Hilliard F. Cheritz- 
>erg, Charlotte. 
E. Grand Senior Warden — Ferdinand 
Tlrieh, New Bern. 

E. Grand Junior Warden — Lawrence 
i. Dosworth, Charlotte. 
E. Grand Treasurer— William Simpson, 
taleigh. 
E. Grand Recorder— Horace H. Mun- 
on, Wilmington. 

E. Grand Standard Bearer— F. T. Mer- 
iwether, Asheville. 

E. Grand Sword Bearer— Edward P. 
|!ailey, Wilmington. 
E. Grand Warder— Jefferson D. Helms, 
Jreensboro. 

I E. Grand Sentinel— Robert H. Bradley, 
Italeigh. 

L Correspondent— James Southgate, Dur- 
rani. 

I Grand Recorder— James C. Munds, 
Wilmington. 

'iRAND CHAPTER, ROYAL ARCH 
MASONS. 

I M. E. Grand High Priest— James K. 
(■lorfleet, Winston. 

J, V. E. Grand High Priest— DeWitt E. 
nllen, Charlotte. 

I E. Grand King— John C. Drewry, Ra- 
leigh. 

| E. Grand Scribe— Henry G. Smallbones, 
I Vilmington. 

I E. Grand Treasurer— William Simpson, 
Ualeigh. 

I E. Grand Secretary— Horace H. Mun- 
I on, Wilmington. 

APPOINTED. 
I Hilliard F. Chreitzberg, Charlotte, E. 
IJrand Chaplain. 

| Evander O. Toomer, Wilmington, E. 
lUrand Captain of the Host. 



William Anderson Raleigh, i: • 
Principal Sojourner. 

James D. Glenn, Greensboro, E. G 
Royal Arch Captain. 

Lat. Williams, Wilson, E. Grain] 
ter Third Veil. 

Frank Boyette, Goldsboro, B. Grand 
Master Second Veil. 

James ii. Brakeford, Asheville, i: 
Grand Master First Veil. 

Robert H. Bradley, Raleigh, E G 
Guard. 

James Southgate, Durham, C( 
spondent. 

James C. Munds, Wilmington. G 
Recorder. 

JUNIOR ORDER AMERICAN ME- 
CHANICS. 

State Councilor— B. S. Nissen, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

State Vice Councilor— C. B. Webb, 
Statesville. 

State Council Secretary— Sam. F. 
Vance, Winston-Salem. 

Junior Past State Councilor— A. Ii. 
Horney, High Point. 

State Council Treasurer— J. T. 
Thacker, Greensboro. 

State Council Conductor— J. B. Moore, 
Washington. 

State Council Warden— Fred O. Sink. 
Lexington. 

State Council Inside Sentinel \Y 
Yapp, Wilmington. 

State Council Outside Sentinel— W. P. 
Ezzell, Burlington. 

State Council Chaplain— E. F. Sawyer, 
Elizabeth City. 

National Representatives— W. E. I 
son, of No. 1, four years; Rev. C. A. Q 
Thomas, of No. 13, three years; L. C. 
Howlet, of No. 13, two years; E. A. Mc- 
Gahey, of No. 17, one year. 

N. C. SECTION OF AMERICAN 

CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

President— B. W. Kilgore, Raleigh. 

Vice-President— W. J. .Martin. Jr., 
Davidson. 

Secretary and Treasurer— C. B. Wil 
liams, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee— B. W. Kill 
W. J. Martin, Jr., C. B. Williams. 

State Great Council, Red Men. 

J. R. Liddell, Great Sachem, Char- 
lotte. 

H. E. King, Great Senior Sagamore, 
Raleigh. 

T. T. Whitcomb, Great K< i per <>r 
Wampum, Elizabeth City. 

W. H. Lane, Great Junior Sagamore, 
Wilmington. 

J. R. Davis, Greal Phophel and G 
Representative. Wilmington. 

W. Ben. Goodwin. Great Chiel ol 
cords, Elizabeth City. 



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ODD FELLOWS AND KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 



GRAND LODGE, I. 0. 0. F. 

Instituted at Wilmington January 6, 
1S43, by Rev. Geo. M. Bain, Dist. Deputy 
Grand Sire, Of Portsmouth, Va., by au- 
thority of the Grand Lodge of the United 
Stat s (now the Sovereign Grand Lodge). 

PRESENT OFFICERS. 

Marcus W. Jacobi, Wilmington, Grand 
Master. 

Robt. W. Murray, Greensboro, Deputy 
Grand Master. 

J. F. Griffith, Winston, Grand Warden. 

B. H. Woodell, Raleigh, Grand Secre- 
tary. 

R. J. Jones, Wilmington, Grand Treas- 
urer. 

B. S. Royster, Oxford, Grand Rep. to 
Sov. Gr. Lodge. 

Dr. John A. Stevens, Cl'nton, Grand 
Rep. to Sov. Gr. Lodge. 

Clarence Sawyer, Asheville, Grand 

Theo. B. Winstead, Elm City, Grand 
Conductor. 

J. J. Hopkins, Wilmington, Grand 
Guardian. 

J. G. Shannonhouse, Charlotte, Grand 
Herald. 

PAST GRAND MASTERS, AND DATE 
OF SERVICE. 

1S43— John Campbell, Weldon; from Jan- 
uary to May. 

1S43— R. H. Worthington, Murfreesboro. 

1844 — John McRae, Wilmington. 

1845— Alexander McRae, Wilmington. 

1846— Israel Disosway, New Bern. 

1847— Dr. William H. McKee, Raleigh. 

1848— B. F. Hanks, Washington. 

1849— John B. Newby, Fayetteville. 

1850 — Perrin Busbee, Raleigh. 

1851— F. H. Hardenburg, Washington. 

1852 — Warren Winslow, Fayetteville. 

1853— Walter L. Steele, Rockingham. 

1854— Rev. W. S. G. Andrews, Goldsboro. 

1855 — William J. Hoke, Lincolnton. 

1856— E. W. Jones, Plymouth. 

1857 — John A. Weirman, Salisbury. 

1858 to 1860— John Sloan, Greensboro. No 
election in 1859. 

1861— Martin Stevenson, Washington. 

lS62-'63-'64-'65— No meetings of the Grand 
Lodge, and no election held. 

1866— Levi M. Scott, Greensboro. 

1867— Rev. A. Paul Repiton, Wilmington. 

1868— R. A. Caldwell, Salisbury. 

1869— William L. Smith, Wilmington. 

1870— Seaton Gales, Raleigh. 

1871— Joseph H. Baker, Tarboro. 

1872— W. J. Yopp, Wilmington. 

1873— William H. Bagley, Raleigh. 

1874 — William R. Edwards, Lincolnton. J. 

1875— Dr. R. K. Speed, Elizabeth City. 

1S76 — Richard J. Jones, Wilmington. 

1877— A. J. Burton, Weldon. 

1878— W. F. M. Ehringhaus, Elizabeth 
City. 

1879 — Leroy G. Bagley, Raleigh. 

1SS0— Rev. N. M. Jurney, Elm City. 



1881— C. M. Busbee, Raleigh. 
1S82— B. H. Woodell, Raleigh. 
1883— J. F. Payne, Monroe. 
1884— John E. Woodard, Wilson. 
1885 — Junius Slocumb, Goldsboro. 
1886— C. B. Edwards, Raleigh. 
1887— W. A. Bobbitt, Oxford. 
1888— Rev. J. H. Cordon, Wilson. 
1889— Joseph G. Brown, Raleigh. 
1890— Dr. John H. Pool, South Mills. 
1891— John F. Bruton, Wilson. 
1892— John D. Bellamy, Jr., Wilmingtoi't 
1893— W. D. Gaster, Fayetteville. 
1894— W. C. Douglass, Carthage. 
1895— C. F. Lumsden, Raleigh. 
1896— W. T. Dortch, Goldsboro. 
1897— James P. Sawyer, Asheville. 
1898— B. S. Royster, Oxford. 
1899— Dr. John A. Stevens, Clinton. 
1900— Marcus W. Jacobi, Wilmingtor 
now in office. 

GRAND ENCAMPMENT, I. 0. 0. I 

GRAND ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. I 

Grand Patriarch— George Green, Ne^ 
Bern. 

Grand High Priest— W. E. Faisor 
Charlotte. 

Grand Senior Warden— R. H. Ramsajj 
Charlotte. 

Grand Scribe— B. J. Jacobs, Wilming 
ton. 

Grand Treasurer— Thomas W. Blake 
Raleigh. 

Grand Junior Warden — L. L. Boon 
Wilmington. 

Grand Representative— B. C. Gorham 
Fayetteville. 

Grand Marshal— L. W. Jeanerett, Ashe 
ville. 

Grand Inside Sentinel— D. W. Wood 
house, Poplar Branch. 

Grand Outside Sentinel— T. L. McLear 
Greensboro. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

OFFICERS. 

Past Grand Chancellor, W. J. Wood 
ward, Wilmington. 

Grand Chancellor, G. W. Montcastle 
Lexington. 

Grand Vice Chancellor, L. P. McLoud 
Asheville. 

Grand Prelate, Rev. E. D. Brown 
Kinston. 

Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, W 
T. Hollowell, Goldsboro. 

Grand Master of Exchequer, Johr| 
Ward, Raleigh. 

Grand Master at Arms, J. L. Scott, Jr. 
Graham. 

Grand Inner Guard, J. L .Arrington 
Rocky Mount. 

Grand Outer Guard, E. B. Nooe, Jr. 
Pittsboro. 

SUPREME REPRESENTATIVES. 
E. A. Ebert, Winston. 
C. A. Webb, Asheville. 



THE STATE GUARD AND G. A. R. 



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THE STATE GUARD. 

Adjutant-General— B. S. Royster, Ox- 

[ Inspector-General— F. P. Hobgood, Jr., 

Oxford. 

j. F. Armfield, Statesville, Colonel of 
he First Regiment. 

W. B. Rodman, Washington, Colonel of 
he Second Regiment. 

Henry Perry, Henderson Colonel of 
he Third Regiment. 

H. H. Mcllhany Wilmington, Captain 

aval Brigade. 

I FIRST REGIMENT. 

Company A— Captain J. R. Anderson, 
CtiarlottG 
Company B— Captain T. H. Bain, Golds- 

.,. bompany C-Captain J. C. Bessent, Win- 
ston. 
Company E— Captain Roy L. Limster, 

II | Statesville. 

bompany F— Captain H. C. Chedester, 
I I Asheville. 

v. Company G—Captain J. T. Gardner, 
Shelby 
Company H— Captain Thos. Stringfield, 



P. Hackney, 



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Waynesville. 
., Company I— Captain R 

Durham. 

ompany L— Captain J. F. Goodman, 

Concord. m 

Company M— Lieutenant Wm. F. Knes- 

ter, Charlotte. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 
Company A— Captain John W. Cotten, 
'• Tarboro. 

Company B- Captain R. L. Carr, Green- 
, ville. _... 

Company C— Alexander P. Adrian, Wil- 
• mington. 

Company D— Captain C. J. Gnswold, 
; Goldsboro. _ x 

Company F— Captain Henry C. Stokes, 
; Hertford. ^, „. 

Company G— Captain F. C. Mallison, 

Washington. 

lompany H— Captain F. C. Holmes, Clin- 

tomp'any I— Captain C. B. Elliott, Eden- 

tempany K— Captain J. T. McCraw, 
Wilson. „, „ _ 

Company L— Captain J. D. Cobb, Lum- 
-~- T - ber Bridge. 



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THIRD REGIMENT, 
lompany A— Captain W. H. Overman, 
A '. Salisbury. 

lompany B— Captain J. J. Bernard, Ra- 
leigh 

lompany C— Captain J. S. Poythress, 
rMi ! Henderson. ^ T „ 

Company D— Captain B. C. Woodall, 
. I: \ Durham. _ 

I lompany E— Captain Wm. Landis, Ox- 
ford- ,, „. 
7ES. fompany F— Captain W. L. McGhee, 

Franklinton. 

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Company G— Captain R. Q 

Jr., Reidsvi; 
Company H— Captain P. J. ! 

renton. 
Company I— Capt. Lawrenr. 

Asheville. 
Company K— Captain B. I'. Holl 

worth, Mt. Airy. 
Company L— Captain J. F. B 

Ruthcrfordton. 
Company M— Captain Thos. \Y. Kendrlck, 

King's Mountain. 

NAVAL BRIGA1 
Lieutenant A. B. Skelding, Wllmll 
Lieutenant N. B. Moore. K 
Lieutenant J. II. Crawford, Bllz: 

City. 
Lieutenant M. Manly, New Bern. 
Lieutenant J. T. Smithwick, V. 
Lieutenant W. F. Moody, Commanding 

Adjutant, Detachment Charlotte. 

Department of N. C. and Va., G.A.R. 

A. B. Heistand, Commander, Norfolk, 
Va. 

J. C. Abbott Post, Wilmington, J. S. 
W. Eagles, Commander. 

J. C. Beecher Post, New Bern, Isaac 
Powell, Commander. 
Renshaw Post, Washington. 

Flusser Post, Washington, Lewis Bar- 
ron, Commander. 

Phil. Sheridan Post, Hendersonvillc, 
S. A. Mace, Commander. 

Peter J. Carter Post, Mappsville, 
Southey Shreaves, Commander. 

George W. Gahagan Post, Marshall. 

General Meade Post, Raleigh, F. A. 
Englehard, Commander. 

Hartranft Post, Charlotte, R. W. 
Smith, Commander. 

Marion Roberts Post, Asheville, W. W. 
Rollins, Commander. 

Harrell Post, Edenton, H. B. r 
Commander. 

James Lake Post, Bryson City. 

James J. McLane Post, Dwight, J. S. 
Chappell, Commander. 

General Terry Post, Plymouth, E 
uel Wiggins, Commander. 

W. P. Story Post, .Murphy, G. W. 
Payne, Commander. 

C. A. Lyon Post, New Bern. 

Reynolds Post, Winton, Simon Collins, 
Commander. 

James G. Blaine Post, Windsor, < . 1 
Pugh, Commander. 



Legal Holidays in the State. 

January 1st— New Year's Day. 
January 19th-Robert E. Lee s Blrth( 
February 22d— Washington's Blrtnfii 
May 10th— Confederate Memorial I 1 
May 20th— Mecklenburg Declaration 01 

Independence. . , , 

July 4th— American Declaration ol 

pendence. 
September 2-Labor Day 
November 28th— Thanksgiving Day. 
December 25th— Chrlsn 



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NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 



Newspapers of North Carolina. 

t*5* t?* «£• 

| Abbreviations. — Dem., Democratic; Rep., Republican; Pop., Populists; Ind.,i 
Independent; E., Educational; Epis., Episcopal; Indus., Industrial; Pres.,i 
Presbyterian; M., Methodist; M. P., Methodist Protestant; B., Baptist; Rel.,| 
religious; Ad., advertising; A., Athletics; q., quarterly; y., yearly; S., social; 
d., daily; w. weekly; sw., semi-weekly; m. Monthly; bm., bi-monthly.] 

County. Town. . Name of Paper. Name of Editcl 

Alamance Graham Gleaner, Dem., w J. D. Kernods 

Alamance Graham Tribune, Rep., w A. C. McKibbJ 

Alamance Elon College Christian Sun, C, w Rev. J. O. Atkinsc 

Alamance Elon College Elon College Weekly, E J. O. Atkinso 

Alamance Burlington Burlington News, Dem., w O. F. Crowso 

Alleghany Sparta Star, Dem., w A. S. Carso 

Alleghany 'Whitehead Rattler, Dem., w W. L. Edwarc 

Anson Wadesboro Messenger-Intelligence, Dem., w..Jas. G. Boyla 

Anson Wadesboro Courier. Dem., w T. W. Adan 

Beaufort Washington Evening Messenger, Dem., d J. A. Arthv. 

Beaufort Washington Gazette, Dem., w J. A. Artht 

Beaufort Washington Progress, Dem., w W. K. Jacobso 

Beaufort Washington Watch Tower, Dis., w D. W. Dav 

Bertie .Windsor Ledger, Dem., w Stephen W. Kenne 

Brunswick Southport Standard, I., w N. W. Brya| 

Buncombe Abbeville Epworth News, M., sm Geo. L. Hackm 

Buncombe Asheville Gazette, Rep., d&w lames E. Xortoi 

Buncombe Asheville Register, Rep., w R. B. Robert 

Buncombe Asheville Citizen, Dem., d&w Will Aike 

Buncombe Cancller Southern Baptist, w..M. P. Matheny, S. C. Owe 

Burke .\!organton Kelly Messenger, E. w D. & D. Scho< 

Burke Morganton Morganton Herald, Dem., w Wm. S. Pearso! 

Burke Morganton Crusader, Epis , sm T. Gordo 

Burke Morganton .. Burke County News, Dem., w T. G. Cob 

Cabarrus Concord Standard, Dem., d&w J. D. Barrier and So 

Cabarrus Concord Times, Dem., w J. B. Sherri; 

Cabarrus Concord North State Herald, Ind., w R. M. Simmor 

Cabarrus Concord Evening Tribune, Dem., d Jas. F. Hurle 

Caldwell Lenoir -News, Ind., sw H. C. Marti 

Caldwell Lenoir Topic, Dem., w Edgar A. Poe, M. Lynine 

Carteret Beaufort Herald, Dem., w J. E. Dupre. 

Caswell Yanceyville News, Dem., w Thomas F. Duj 

Caswell Milton Herald, Dem., w O. F. Crowso 

Caswell Yanceyville Caswell Democrat, Dem., w A. Yancey Ker 

Catawba Hickory Democrat., Dem., w W. E. Holbroo. 

Catawba Hickory Press, Rep., w C. P. Moor 

Catawba Hickory Reformed Ch. Corinthian, m..Rev. J. L. Murpti 

Catawba Hickory Times-Mercury, P., w J. F. Clic 

Catawba Newton Enterprise, Dem., w F. M. William 

Chatham Siler City Messenger, Ind., w Jas. I. Morrii 

Chatham Pittsboro Citizen, Rep., w J. A. Gile 

Chatham Pittsboro Record, Dem., w Henry A. Londo! 

Cherokee Murphy Scout, Ind., w Maroney and Town, 

Chowan Edenton Courier, Dem., w C. H. Horto: 

Clay Havesville Courier, Ind., w W. B. Mince 

Cleveland bhelby Aurora, Dem., w R. B. Miller, H. T. Hudso 

Cleveland Shelby Tar Heel Poultryman, m J. H. Davi 

Cleveland Shelby Star, Dem., w Clyde R. Hoe! 

Cleveland Kings Mountain Reformer, Dem., w H. P. Alliso; 

Cleveland Shelby The Presbyterian, m Rev. W. R. Minte 

Columbus Chadbourn Messenger, Dem., w J. D. Fin 

Columbus Whiteville So. Christian Herald Rev. A. R. Rave 1 

Columbus Whiteville News-Times, Dem., w W. F. Snaringo 

Columbus Cronly National Sun, Ind., w James H. Scul 

Craven New Bern 'Wesleyan Advocate. w..Revs. Graham & Huntei 

Craven New Bern Journal. Ind., d&w Chas. L. Stevenf 

Cumberland Fayetteville N. C. Baptist, w Jno. A. Oates J 

Cumberland Fayetteville Observer, Dem., d&w E J Hal 

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NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 



urnberland Dial Onward and Upward, Ind .Mrs. M. E Fill 

avidson Lexington Church Worker, B., m Hi 

avidson Lexington Dispatch, Dem., w II I: 

avidson Thomasville News, Dem., w I. K. W< 

avidson Thomasville Charity and Children, I',.. w...Arcbibi I 

avie Mocksville Record, Rep., w E. II. M 

avie Mocksville Times, Dem., w 

uplin Faison Sun, Rep., w I. N. 

urham Durham Mt. Zion Record, 1!., w X. P I 

urham Durham Morning Herald, Ind., d.J. H. King, B. T. Rollln 

urham Durham Sun, Dem.. d&w inn. V Rol 

urham Durham -Recorder, Dem., w..E. C. Hackney, .1. It. Hunter. 

urham Durham Trinity Archive. M., m D. 1' I' 

dgecombe Rocky Mount Argonaut, Ind., w \Y. A. Campbell. 

dgecombe Tarboro Daily Southerner, Dem., d&w Frank Powell. 

dgecombe Tarboro N. C. Law Journal, m Paul 

orsyth Winston-Salem Union Republic, Rep., w S. E. Hall. 

orsyth Winston-Salem So. Tobacco Journal, w II E. Harmau. 

orsyth Winston-Salem Sentinel, Dem., d&w J. B. Whitaker, .Jr. 

orsyth Winston-Salem Moravian, m Rev. II. E. Rondthaler. 

orsyth Winston-Salem Academy, E., m Rev. .1. II. Clewell. 

orsyth Winston Journal, Dem., d&w J. O. Foy, J. A. Wooddell, 

ranklin Louisburg 'Times, Dem., w 1. A. Tin 

ranklin Franklinton S. S. Evangel, w \l. C. Gulley. 

ranklin Youngsville Record, Ind., w L. II. Allred. 

Gaston Gastonia News, Dem., sm Ilu^h I 

aston Gastonia Gazette, Dem., w W. F. Marshall. 

Granville Oxford Orphans' Friend, M., w John Nichols. 

ranville Oxford Public Ledger, Dem., w I. T. Britt. 

n-eene Snow Hill Standard, Dem., w W. J. Jordan. 

Gilford High Point Enterprise, Ind., w J. J. Farriss. 

uiiford Greensboro N. C. White Ribbon, m...Mrs. Mary E. I 

uiiford Greensboro N. C. Friend, Rel., w M. A. K 

JuJlford Greensboro N. C. Journal of Education, m P. P. Cla 

: u jlford Greensboro So. Home Journal, bw P. I. I 

■uiiford Greensboro N. C. Chris. Advo., M., w..Rev. L. W. Crawford. 

■ uiiford Greensboro Volunteer. Fireman, sm Joseph .1. 

: u ilford Greensboro Church Record, M.P., w J. F. McCulloch. 

Gilford Greensboro 'Record, Dem., d I. M. R 

iuilford Greensboro Patriot, Dem., w W. M 

•uiiford Greensboro Evening Telegram, Dem., d R. F 

aiifax Littleton True Reformer, Ind., bw W. F. So 

aiifax .' Scotland Neck Commonwealth, Dem., w 10. B. Milliard. 

alifax!!!!!!!!!.Weldon.- Eastern Sentinel, Ind., w II. 1'.. Harrell, 

aiifax. "".'.'".'.Weldon Roanoke News, Ind., w I. W. SI 

aiifax Weldon Leader, Dem., w W. I 

aiifax"!"!'.! '.'.Enfield Ledger, Dem., w I. X. C 

arnett Buie's Creek Little River Record, Rel., m J. A. Campbell. 

aywood Waynesville Waynesville Courier, Dem.. w I. I' 

aywood ! Waynesville Pride of Progress, Rep., bw II I. 

enderson Hendersonville French Broad Hustler, Dem., w..M. L. Shipi 

enderson!!!!!!Hendersonville Western N. C. Times, Rep., w A. H Wll 

ertford Murfreesboro Index, Dem., w I. W. Hie 

edell Statesville Mascot, Dem., w A. D. Wat 

edell Statesville Landmark, Dem., sw R. R. C 

edell Statesville Christian Herald, M., w Rev. James \\ 

edell! :::::: :::!statesville Reporter, I., d Earle Goo 

edell Mooresville Enterprise, Dem., w H. I -Deal 

.edell Barium Springs. . . . Our Fatherless Ones, Pres., bin. . . R. w 

ckson Webster... Herald, I., w W. C. romp 

►hnston'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.Smithfield Herald, Dem., w S. S. Holt, T. J 

,hnston Sraithfield Courier, Rep., w ■•I- 

Won Kenly Student, E. m . A. Hi 

>noir Kinston Free Press. Dem., d&w W . *. H< 

S:::::::::::StoS: Exponent, b., m .c. w. Bianchard, w. <• n 

sno ir I agrange 'Sentinel, Dem., w D. II. I 

Poir'.'.'.'.-.'.'.'.'.'.'.Lagranle So. Med. Journal, m....J. W. P. Smithy 

Jncoln Lincolnton Journal, Ind w... -J ' • ' 

Bncoln Lincolnton Monthly Bulletin. Pres. m R. Z 

..icon Franklin Press, Dem., w \\- A. Cu 

ilcDowell Marion Democrat, Dem., w... 



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-Mecklenburg.... Davidson College Magazine, m Student 

Mecklenburg.. ..Charlotte Church and State, m..W. W. Bays, Miss M. Bay 

Mecklenburg Charlotte W. C. T. U. Tidings, m Mrs. A. W. Blackwel 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Presbyterian Quarterly A. J. McKelwa 

Mecklenburg. .. .Charlotte Observer, Dem., d&s., w J. P. Caldwej 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Afro-American Presbyterian, w D. J. Sander 

Mecklenburg. ...Charlotte Carolina Pythian, m J. G. Bin 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Presbyterian Standard, w A. J. McKelwa- 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Textile Excelsior, w Arthur Whitlavi " 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Star of Zion, w J. w. Smitl 

Mecklenburg. .: .Charlotte Southern Publisher, Ad., m Southern Pub. G 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Med. Journal, sm..R. L. Gibbons, W. H. Waki 

field, R. D. Jewett 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Char. Med. Jour., m..Drs. Register, Montgomery 

Mecklenburg Charlotte People's Paper, Pop., w J P. Sossama 

Mecklenburg Charlotte News, Dem., d W. C Dow 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Times-Democrat, Dem., sw ...w! C. Dow* 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Messenger of Hope, Epis., m Rev. W J Smitl 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Elizabeth Chronicle, E., q Miss J. L Abbot 

Mecklenburg Charlotte Mill News, w G. S Escott C M Ra 

Montgomery Troy Examiner, Dem., w 'd S Poo 

Moore Aberdeen Telegram, Dem., w j. W. Faga 

Moore Joneshoro Progress, Dem., w P. V. & N. H. Hoyl, 

Moore Ranford Express, Dem., w P. H &D L St Clai 

Moore : rutnern Pines Free Press, Ind., w E D Oslii 

Moore Carthage Blade, Dem., w W H McNeil 

Moore Jonesboro Trojan's Notion, Rel., m jno. C. Tro 

Nash Nashville Graphic, Dem., w M W Lincb 

Nash Rocky Mount Motor, Dem., w H R Kinlav 

Nash Rocky Mount Argonaut, Dem., w W A Campbel 

New Hanover. ..Ail-: ington "Messenger, Dem., d&sw T. B. Kingsbur 

New Hanover... Wiln ington Morning Star, Dem., d&w W H Bernan 

New Hanover. ..Wilmington Evening Dispatch, Ind., d R W Haywooi 

Northampton. . -Hi. h Square Roanoke-Chowan Times, Ind., w A. J Conno 

Onslow Jacksonville New River Herald, Dem., w E. M Koonc 

Orange Chapel Hill.. 

Orange Chapel Hill.. 

Orange Chapel 

Orange Chapel 

Orange Chapel 

Orange Iiapel 

Orange Hillshoro 

Pasquotank Elizabeth 

Pasquotank Elizabeth 

Pasquotank Elizabeth 

Pasquotank Elizabeth 

Pasquotank Elizabeth City.. 

Pasquotank Elizabeth City 



Hl11 News, Dem., w W. H. & W. B. Thompsoi 

H 'H N. C. University Mag W. S. Bernan 

Hill University Record, q Facult 



Hill 
Hill 
Hill 



4, 



The Hellenian, y ; Fraternitie 

Tar Heel, A., w Athletic Associatioi 

Mitchell Scientific Society Journal 

Observer, Dem., w J. A. Harri; 

City Eastern Herald, Rep., w P. H. Sumne 

City .North Carolinian, Rep., w P. Johi 

City Economist, Dem., w R. B. Creec 1 

..Fisherman and Farmer, Dem., w..M. C. Crowsoi 

News, Dem., w Thomas B. Bern 

Mission Herald, Epis., m....Rev. L. L. William!! 

Person Roxboro Courier, Dem., w Noell Bro 

Pj" £ yden '.V, Freewill Baptist, w Rev. E.' T. Phillip! 

Pitt Greenville King's Weekly, Dem., sw.... H T Kini 

Plt t Greenville Eastern Reflector, Dem., d&w....D. J. Wh'icharc 

Polk Tryon Bee, Ind., w G E Mortoi 

Polk Columbus News, Ind., w w K* Jone' 

Randolph Ashboro Courier, Dem., w W C Ham me! 

Randolph Ashboro Argus, Rep., w c' E Blai 

Richmond Rockingham Anglo-Saxon, Dem., w ""a j Maxwel 

Robeson Maxton Scottish Chief., Dem., w M G McKenzi< 

Robeson Lumber Bridge News, Ind., w... R ev 'p R Lav. 

Robeson Lumberton Robesonian, Dem., w. . . " "j R Whichari 

Robeson Red Springs Citizen, Dem., w.... R 'b Brand 

Robeson Red Springs Carolina Record, Dem w '"d R Mclve 

Robeson Rowland News, Ind., w T 't 'mcT ear 

Rockingham.... Madison Observer, Dem. w " w H CurtU' 

Rockingham.... Leaksville Gazette, Dem., w. j"'t narlin^tm 

Rockingham. . . . Reidsville Weekly Review, Dem. "w Oliver Brer 

Rockingham.... Reidsville Webster's Weekly, Dem j" R Wehste« 

R° wan Salisbury Sentinel, J. O. U. A. M., sm'.'.'.'.'.'.'.W H Stewar 

Rowan... Salisbury Truth-Index, Dem., d&sw w H Stnar 

Rutherford Rutherfordton Vindicator, Dem.. w L P T,wh 

Rutherford.. ..Rutherfordton Press, Rep., w... ....V.V.V.'.V.'.A.' W. Hun 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS. 



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lutkerford Rutherfordton Presbyterian, m \\- r 

ampson Clinton Democrat, Dem., w L \ 

Gotland Laurinburg Exchange, Dem., w X V 

'cotland Laurinburg Times, Ind., w \\ . p 

tanly Albemarle Enterprise, Dem., w '.'.'.'.. j'. l> 

•tokes Danbury Reporter, Ind., w X. M & i: I' l 

iurry Pilot Mountain Journal, Dem., w j.' Q 

;urry Mount Airy News, Dem., w ..T .) Lowry" 

urry Elkin Times, Dem., w j*. b. ,.. 

wain Bryson City Eagle, Dem., w A. 1'. Mai 

,'ransylvania Brevard Sylvan Valley News, Dem., w J. J. 

j'nion Monroe Journal, Dem., w j. i; i 

l> T nion Monroe Enquirer, Dem., w ij. C. Ashcraft! 

;fnion Marshville Our Home, Ind., w j. 7. Green. 

S'ance Henderson Gold Leaf, Dem., w Thad. R. 

[ranee Henderson North State Endeavor, m J. S. Will 

fance Henderson Hustler, Dem., w D. E. Aycock. 

ranee Henderson N. C. Baptist Hist. Papers, q T. M. Pitt] 

S'ance Kittrell .Strawberry Specialist, m O. W. Blacknall. 

I'ance Henderson Herald, Dem., d Will X. I 

{Vake Raleigh Caucasian, Pop., w Marion I 

-IVake Raleigh St. Augustine's Rec, Epis., m.Rev. A. Jt. Hunter. 

IVake Raleigh Augustinian, m D. L. Fergi 

IVake Raleigh Baptist Sentinel, w J. A. Wi 

Vake Raleigh Christian Advocate, M., w T. N. [vey. 

IVake Raleigh Truth, C, m T. F. Price. 



Vake Raleigh 

Vake Raleigh 

IVake Raleigh 

IVake Raleigh 

Wake Raleigh 

[fake Raleigh 

I Vake Raleigh 

Wake Raleigh 

jfVake Apex 

[Vake Holly Springs 



North Carolinian, Dem., w Josephus Dai 

News and Observer, Dem., d... Josephus Daniels. 

Parmer and Mechanic, w Josephus Daniels. 

Morning Post, Dem., d&w R. M. Furman. 

Progressive Farmer, w C. H. Poe. 

Times, Dem., d John W. Jenkins. 

Our Record, B., m X. B. Brouehton. 

Biblical Recorder, B., w J. \V. Bailey. 

News, Dem., w A. .1. \\ 

Cape Fear Enterprise, w G. B. Alford. 

Vake Wake Forest Student, m Soci 

Vake Cary Wake Courier, Ind., w W. A. Upohun h. 

Vake Raleigh Christian Postorium, m M. W. B1 

Vake Raleigh Ennis' Weekly, Indus P. C. Bi 

Varren Littleton Xews-Reporter, Ind., w T. R. Walki r. 

Varren Warrenton Record, Dem., w I. R. Rodwell. 

Vashington Plymouth Roanoke Beacon, Dem., w C. V. W. Ausbon. 

Vayne Mt. Olive Advertiser, Dem., w A. Whiteley. 

Vayne Goldsboro Headlight, Dem., w \ R 

Vayne Goldsboro Argus, Dem., d&w J. E. Kobins1.11 

Vayne Goldsboro Orphan Home, I. O. O. F., m D. A. Coble. 

Hikes Wilkesboro Chronicle, Dem., w R. A. 

Vilkes .Wilkesboro Journal, Rep., w I. Crouch. 

Vilkes N. Wilkesboro Hustler, Dem., w T. J. Robert 

IVilkes Moravian Falls Yellow Jacket, Rep., w R ' 

Vilkes Abshers Curfew, Ind., sm W. I.. Br< 

Ivilson .... Wilson Daily News., Dem., d&w E3. I ■: 

Wilson Wilson School Girl, E., q Joseph K 

Wilson Wilson Times, Dem., w J. D. A. C. \\ 

|Vil=on Wilson Zion Landmark, Pr.B., sm. .P.D.Gold. P.Q I. 

adkin Yadkinville Ripple, Ind., w H. 11. N 

fancey Burnsville Black Mountain EJagle, Dem., w O. R. 1. 



r ote for Governor Past Six Elec- 
tions. 

189*5. 

yrus B. Watson 145,266 

>aniel L. Russell 153,787 

William A. Guthrie 31,143 

1892. 

Slias Carr 135,519 

•avid M. Furches 94,684 

Vyatt P. Edum 47,840 



1888. 

D. G. Fowle II" 

O. H. Dockery 

1884. 

A. M. Scales 

Tyre York 

1SS0. 

Thomas J. Jarvis 

Ralph P. Buxton "• 

Zob. B. Vance 

Thomas Settle 






COTTON AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



Cotton and Woolen Mills* 

v?* ^* ^* 

[Abbreviations. — c, Cotton; w, Woolen; k, Knitting; j, Jute; f, Finishing.] 
(Some mills are owned by individuals or firms. In such cases the capital is 
not obtainable.) 

Capital No. No 

Name of Mill. Post-office. Stock. Owner or Manager. Spin. L'ms. 



Alamance, c Burlington $20,000 

Juanita, c Burlington 40,000 

Carolina, c Burlington 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, c.Burlington 40,000 

Daisy, k Burlington 

Glencoe, c Burlington 112,000 

Windsor, c Builington 

Elmira, c Burlington 

Lakeside, c Burlington 100,000 

Aurora, c Burlington 

Ossipee, c Elon College 

Altamahaw, c Elon College 

Saxapahaw, c Saxapahaw 

Oneida, c Graham 

Sidney, c Graham 40,000 

Cora Mfg Co., c Haw River 200,000 

Thos. M. Holt Mfg Co, cHaw River 200,000 

Granite Mfg Co., c Haw River 500,000 

Dixon Mfg Co., w Snow Camp 7,200 

Virginia, c Swepsonville 100,000 

Bellemont, c Graham 

Little River, c Taylorsville 

Moore, c Taylorsville 

Wadesboro Silk Co., s. . .Wadesboro 

Wadesboro, c Wadesboro 100,000 

Asheville, c Asheville 250,000 

Reem's Creek, w Weaverville 10,000 

Alpine, c Morganton 50,000 

Cannon Mfg Co., c Concord 200,000 

Odell Mfg Co., c Concord 500,000 

Lippard & Shealy Co., c. Concord 50,000 

Coleman Mfg Co., c Concord 50,000 

i\V. R. Kindley, c Mt. Pleasant 50,000 

Bala, c Concord 

Cabarrus, c Concord 100,000 

Granite Falls Mfg Co., c. Granite Falls .... 65,000 

Gwyn-Harper Co., c, w.. Patterson 70,000 

Catawba, w Hickory 

Long Island, c Long Island 50,000 

Maiden, c Maiden 44,000 

Providence, c Maiden 86,000 

Union, c Maiden 102,900 

Monbo, c Monbo 50,000 

Newton, k Newton 7,000 

Newton, c Newton 60,000 

J. M. Odell Mfg Co., c.Bynum 48,000 

Hadley, People's Co., c.Siler City 40,000 

Edenton, c Edenton 80,000 

Enterprise, c Kings Mountain.. 50,000 

Cleveland, c Lawndale 100,000 

Young's, c Mooresboro 

Belmont, c Shelby 60,000 

Lauraglenn, c Shelby 60,000 

Buffalo Mfg Co., c Stubbs 30,000 

Double Shoal, c Double Shoal .... 50,000 

Clermont, k New Bern 

Cumberland, c Cumberland 40,000 

Beaver Creek & Bluff, c.Fayetteville 75,000 

Holt-Morgan, c Fayetteville 500,000 

Fayetteville, c Fayetteville 45,000 

* 



E. M. Holt & Sons... 

G. Rosenthal 

J. H.&W. E.Holt & Co. 

L. Banks Holt 

S. M. Holt 

W. E. & J. H. Holt.. 
R. L. & J. H. Holt.... 
W. L. Holt 

E. C. Holt 

L. S. Holt & Sons .... 
Williamson & Sons... 
Holt, Gant & Holt. ... 
White, Williamson Co 

L. Banks Holt 

J. L. Scott, Jr 

A. W. Haywood 

A. W. Haywood 

B. S. Robertson 

T. F. McVey 

A. L. Baker 

F. O. Walton 

U. L. Alspaugh 

J. H. Moore 

Geo. Singleton 

W. J. McLendon 

Caesar Cone 

John Cairns 

Thos. P. Moore 

J. W. Cannon 

J. M. Odell 

W. P. Shealy 

W. C. Coleman 

W. R. Kindley 

J. W. Cannon 

J. W. Cannon 

A. A. Shuford 

James Harper 

J. A. Martin 

Geo. H. Brown 

L. A. Carpenter 

D. M. Carpenter 

J. W. Williams 

C. L. Turner 

D. J. Carpenter 

J. C. Smith 

J. M. Odell 

F. M. Hadley 

H. C. Privott 

T. L. Ware 

H. F. Schenck 

S. Young 

A. C. Miller 

R. B. Miller 

T. D. Lattimore 

E. A. Morgan 

P. H. Pelletier 

S. H. Cotton 

H. W. Lilly 

W. L. Holt 

I. S. Byrne 



960 
6,200 
3,072 



58 
140 



3,724 


200 


3,120 


150 


5,000 


459 


3,100 


150 


11,648 Z»J88 
3,600 JB40 


6,500 


324 


4,704 


100 


10,008 


548 




108 


7,168 


252 




216 


8,496 


436 


756 


15 


4,160 


300 


2,592 


126 


700 


24 


2,000 


96 


3,074 




6,704 




8,500 


420 


210 


5 


3,500 




17,000 


520 


30.26S 


1,632 


2,920 




5,600 


140 


4,000 




3,080 




5,000 


300 


3,000 




-.ii.iii 


61 


2,280 




2,280 




5,000 




lii.Cnil 




2,732 




S.000 




5,000 




2,000 




:,,MiMi 




2.592 


136 


5,200 




200 




4,000 




2,500 




2,000 




2,200 




::, 




3,800 


72 


ID, 


254 


3,120 





COTTON AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



Capital 
Name of Mill. Post-office. Stock. 

Holt-Williamson, c Fayetteville 60,000 

Hope Mills Mfg Co., c.Hope Mills 500,000 

Murchison, c Manchester 

Fayetteville, k Fayetteville 

Wennonah, c Lexington 250,000 

Erwin, c Durham 350,000 

Durham Mfg Co., c Durham 150,000 

Pearl, c Durham 175,000 

Com'w'th Mfg Co., c&k. Durham 125,000 

Durham Hosiery Mills. ..Durham 500,000 

Willardville Mfg Co., c. Willardville 40,000 

Riverview, k Tarboro 

Tarboro, c Tarboro 165,000 

Winston, k Winston-Salem .. 

Woolen, w Winston-Salem .. 

South-Side, c Winston-Salem'.. 100,000 

Arista, c Winston-Salem .. 

Sterling, c Franklinton 100,000 

Laurel, c Laurel 15,000 

Southern, c Bessemer City 125,000 

Vivian, c Cherryville 20,000 

Cherryville, c Cherryville 100,000 

Gaston, c Cherryville 

Gastonia Mfg Co., c Gastonia 160,000 

Avon, c Gastonia 200,000 

Trenton, c Gastonia 62,400 

Modena, c Gastonia 185,000 

Harden, c Harden 36,000 

Kings Mountain, c Kings Mountain.. 100,000 

Crowder Mountain, c ...Kings Mountain.. 35,000 

Dilling, c Kings Mountain.. 188,000 

1 Spencer Mountain, c Lowell 70,000 

Mountain Island Co., c. Mountain Island. 

Nims Mfg Co., c Mt. Holly 25,000 

Mt. Holly, c Mt. Holly 

Albion Mfg Co., c Mt. Holly 50,000 

Tuckaseege Mfg Co., c.Mt. Holly 140,000 

McAden, c McAdensville 500,000 

Stanley Creek, c Stanley 33,000 

' Stowesville, c Belmont 60,000 

Dallas, c Dallas 50,000 

■ Ozark,' c Gastonia 150,000 

! Minne'ola Mfg Co., c. . . .Gibsonville 40,000 

Hiawatha Mfg Co., c. .. .Gibsonville 37,000 

' Revolution, c Greensboro 300,000 

' Hucomuga, c Greensboro 100,000 

f George Mfg Co., k Greensboro 10,000 

n Southern Finishing, f. . .Greensboro 100,000 

i Proximity Mfg Co., c. .. .Greensboro 200,000 

Oakdale, c Jamestown 50,000 

I Mt. Pleasant Mfg Co., c.Kimesville 60,000 

Roanoke Mills Co., c Roanoke Rapids.. 200,000 

Roanoke Underw'r Co, kRoanoke Rapids.. 100,000 

I Scotland Neck, k Scotland Neck ... 50,000 

l| Andrews & Coughenor, kScotland Neck ... 

Richland, w Waynesville 

Hart Mfg Co., k Flat Rock 

Winton, k Winton 



.Mooresville 50,000 

Statesville 105,000 

c Turnersburg 30,000 

'".' Kinston 22,000 

k Kinston 60,000 



Mooresville, 
Statesville, c 
Turnersburg, 
Orion, k .... 
Kinston, c & 

Dellma, c & w Lincolnton 

Laboratory, c Lincolnton 220,0 

Elm Grove, c Lincolnton 100,0 

Lincoln c Lincolnton sd.ikki 

Long Shoals, c Long Shoals 100,000 

Mariposa, c Mariposa 



30 
200 



401 



136 

208 

93 

1"! 



No. 
Owner or Manager. Spin 

E. H. Williamson 

s. II. Cotton 14,616 176 

Williams iV- Fail I j 
H. M. Pemberton .... 

W. E. Holt 

W. A. Erwin 25, 

W. A. Erwin 18,0 

J. H. Erwin 1 

J. E. Pugh 7,000 

J. S. Carr, Jr., uncompleted. 

W. C. Holroan 

Jno. F. Shackelford.. 

A. M. Fairley 12,000 

T. J. Wilson 

F. & H. Fries 

E. W. Lehman 6,000 

F. & H. Fries 5,184 

S. C. Vann 

J. F. Jones 6,500 

S. J. Durham 

M. E. Rudisill 1,020 

J. M. Rhodes 6. nun 

J. M. Rhodes 3,300 

J. F. Love 

Geo. A. Gray 10,080 

G. W. Ragan 3,072 

J. D. Moore 

O. D. Carpenter 2,080 

S. J. Mauuey 

P. S. Baker 2.:.<«> 

F. Dilling 11,136 

J. H. Wilson, Jr 1,368 

W. T. Jordan 6,250 

C. E. Hutchinson .... 3,700 

A. P. Rhyne 

A. P. Rhyne 2,250 

A. C. Lineberger 

Robert R. Ray 12,000 

E. L. Pegram, Jr 1,160 

Thos. H. Gaither .... 2,1 

E. L. Wilson 3,136 

J. P. Rankin 

J. A. Davidson 

B. Davidson 

H. Sternberger I 

L. W. Clark 

W. E. Stone 

J. W. Lindan 

Caesar Cone is.' 

J. S. Ragsdale 

R. D. White 2, 

J. P. Morris 12,096 

Jas. B. Pugh 

A. McDowi II 

I). I). Pi rry 264 

P. W. Hart 

S. S. Danii 1 

<;, (i. c. Goodman .... 

T. D. Miller 

• Stimps 6 Sti i 1' 

J. F. Taylor 

.1. F. Taylor 

.1 L. Kistli r & Co... 

D. 10. Khvii" 

R. s. Reinhardt 

j. A. Abi in' thy 

W. A. Mauney 

J. G. Morrison 



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80 



COTTON AND WOOLEN MILLS. 



Name of Mill. 



Post-office. 



Capital 
Stock. 



North Brook, w & k North Brook 

Indian Creek, c Lineolnton 30,000 

Ada Mfg Co., c Charlotte 126,800 

Victor, C Charlotte 150,000 

Cold Crown, k Charlotte 37,500 

Louise, c Charlotte 150,000 

Atherton, c Charlotte 175,000 

Crowley, c Charlotte 

0. A. Bobbins Co., c Charlotte 12,000 

Magnolia Webbing Co., cCharlotte 

Alpha, c Charlotte 100,000 

Charlotte, c Charlotte 131,500 

Highland Park Mfg Co, cCharlotte 250,000 

Linden Mfg Co., c Davidson 45,000 

Dover, c Pineville 90,000 

Cornelius, c .Davidson 75,000 

Anchor, c Iluntersville 50,000 

Smitherman, c Troy 32,000 

High Falls Mfg Co., c.High Falls 18,000 

Jonesboro, c Jonesboro 10,000 

Rocky Mount, c Rocky Mount 315,000 

\\ ilmington, c Wilmington 200,000 

Willard Bag & Mfg Co., j. Wilmington 100,000 

Delgado, c Wilmington 250,000 

Thos. F. Lloyd, c Chapel Hill 

Eno, c Hillsboro 100,000 

Elizabeth City, c Elizabeth City .. 80,000 

Tryon, k Lynn 

Cedar Falls Mfg Co., c. Cedar Falls 100,000 

Enterprise Mfg Co., c Coleridge 25,000 

Randolph Mfg Co., c Franklinville 72,000 

Franklinville Mfg Co., c.Franklinville 60,000 

A. G. Hough, k Gray Chapel 

Columbia Mfg Co., c Ramseur 80,000 

Engleworth, c Randleman 14,000 

Naomi Falls Mfg Co., c. Randleman 108,550 

Plaidville Mfg Co., c Randleman 50,000 

Randleman Mfg Co., c. .. Randleman 100,000 

Randleman, k Randleman 10,000 

Worth Mfg Co., c Worthville 200,000 

Richmond, c Laurel Hill 

Springfield, c Laurel Hill 35,000 

Ida, c Laurel Hill 60,000 

Roberdel Mfg Co., c Rockingham 125,000 

Steele's, c Rockingham 150,000 

Pee Dee Mfg Co., c Rockingham 125,000 

Great Falls Mfg Co., c. .Rockingham 150,000 

Midway, c Rockingham 50,000 

Ledbetter Mfg Co., c Rockingham 25,000 

Textile Mfg Co., c Rockingham 25,000 

Maxton, c .iaxton 15,000 

Leaksville, w Leaksville 

Mayo, c .vlayodan 300,000 

The Avalon, c Mayodan 200,000 

Edna, c Reidsville 120,000 

Nantucket, c Spray 250,000 

Leaksville, c Spray 30,000 

Spray, c Spray 135,000 

Patterson Mfg Co., c China Grove 165,000 

Vance, c Salisbury 100,000 

Salisbury, c Salisbury 250,000 

Salisbury, k , Salisbury 

Kestler, c Salisbury 82,000 

1. Littman, k Salisbury 

Florence, c Forest City 100,000 

Henrietta, c Henrietta 700,000 

Levi, c Rutherfordton ...150,000 

Wiscassett, c Albemarle 300,000 

Efird Mfg Co., c Albemarle 200,000 



* 



No. No. 

Owner or Manager. Spin. L'ms 

T. P. Jenks 

S. A. Mauney 2,080 

M. P. Anderson 7,920 

A. C. Hutchinson .... 12,672 

R. M. Oates 2,000 

W. S. Mallory 13,500 368 

D. A. Tompkins 10,000 

M. F. Crowley 100 

J. L. Sexton 1,300 

A. C. Summerville ... 1,368 

R. J. Brevard 6,400 

D. W. Oates 10,352 248 

C. W. Johnson 7,000 500 

F. J. Knox 3,744 

J. P. Wilson 5,376 

P. A. Stough 4,500 1201 

C. W. Johnson 2,100 

A. W. E. Capel 3,328 

Thos N. Woody 2,900 

L. Acree 3,000 

Thos. H. Battle 25,000 

Hugh MacRae 6,384 360 

M. S. Willard 

E. C. Holt 10,300 450 

Thos. F. Lloyd 5,000 

Jas. Webb, Jr 10,000 

Jas. G. Gregory 5,000 

L. N. Wilcox & Son.. 

O. R. Cox 3,936 1361 

James A. Cole 3,500 

Hugh Parks 4,000 128 

B. Moffitt 2,200 50 

A. G. Hough 

W. H. Watkins 10,000 326 

J. S. McAlister 102 

S. Bryant 5,500 310 

194 

O. W. Carr 5,000 222: 

S. G. Newlin 

Hal. M. Worth 10,108 378 

M. L. Morgan 2,900 

W. H. Morrison 2,500 

M. L. Morgan 3,360 

6,384 300 

R. A. Johnson 11,200 300 

W. C. Leak 6,544 300 

W. I. Everett 4,512 130 

J. P. Leak 7,000 

J. S. Ledbetter 2,400 

H. S. Ledbetter 

J. A. Pinchback 1,536 

1,000 40 

Wm. C. Ruffin 31,816 

Wm. C. Ruffin 13,128 

Geo. A. Howell 13,040 552 

J. S. McAlister 550 

W. R. Walker 475 

W. R. Walker 12,064 

W. J. Swink 8,944 158 

E. B. Neave 9,984 

O. D. Davis 16,000 503 

Geo. F. Seyffert 640 

0. D. Davis 5,000 

1. Littmann 1,200 

S. B. Tanner 4,080 

S. B. Tanner 65,000 1,746 

J. F. Flack 6,240 

John C. Leslie 20,000 

J. S. Efird 10,000 



COTTON AND WOOLEN MILLS. 






Capital 
Name of Mill. Post-office. Stock. 

Tucker & Carter Rope CoNew London 75,000 

Norwood Mfg Co., c Norwood 50^000 

Eldorado, c Yadkin Falls 50,000 

Elkin Mfg Co., c Elkin 30,000 

Elkin, w Elkin 50,000 

Hazelhurst, c Hazel 

Laurel Bluff, c Laurel Bluff 

Alpine, c& w Mt. Airy 

Hamburg, c Mt. Airy 

Monroe, c ..Monroe 135,000 

Rodman & Heath, c Waxhaw 50,000 

Henderson, c Henderson 137,000 

Raleigh, c Raleigh 157,000 

Caraleigh, c Raleigh 185,000 

Pilot, c Raleigh 

Willardville, k Raleigh 

Wayne, c Goldsboro 100,000 

Wilson, c Wilson 76,700 



Owner or Ma 
II. E. Pii rrepont, Jr. . 

J. A. Tyson 

W. A. Smith 

Thos. J. Lilian! 

G. Chatham 

I [. Erwin 

J. Thompson 

S. Allred 

P. Ross 1,1 

C. Heath 



L. Rodman 

B. Owen 

S. Wynne 

O. Moring 

11. Williamson ...5,1 
W.W. & S.A. Ashe, Jr 

E. B. Borden, Jr 

Lipscomb I 



COTTON MILLS INCORPORATED IN 1900. 



Barnhardt Mfg Co., Mecklenburg 
county; $50,000 capital. E. C. Barnhardt. 

Lumberton Cotton Mills, Robeson 
county; $75,000 capital. 

The Tyson Hosiery Co., Polk county; 
$50,000 capital. L. N. Wilcox. 

Littleton Hosiery Mills, Warren coun- 
ty; $50,000 capital. 

Melrose Knitting Mill Co., Wake coun- 
ty; $25,000 capital. 

Twin City Knitting Mills, Winston-Sa- 
lem; $12,000 capital. 

Cora Cotton Mills, Gaston county; 
$loo,000 capital 

Lafayette Knitting Mill Co., Fayette- 
ville; $100,000 capital. 

Nokomis Cotton Mills, Lexington; 
$200,000 capital; in construction; C. A. 
Hunt, President; D. H. Hinkle, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. 

Arlington Cotton Mill, Gastonia; $130,- 
300 capital. 

Enfield Cotton Mills, Enfield; $75,000 
capital. 

Harriet Cotton Mills, Henderson; $150,- 
100 capital. 

Lowell Cotton Mills, Gaston county; 
f75,000 capital. 

The Loray Mills, Gastonia; $1,000,000 
:apital. 

Smithfield Cotton Mills, Smithfield; 
J50.000 capital. 

Cotton Consumption of the South. 

(Latham, Alexander & Co.) 
State. Mills. Spindles. Bales 



Virginia 12 

!^orth Carolina 184 

outh Carolina 80 

Georgia 70 

' labama 39 

ississippi 7 

ouisiana 3 

exas 5 

rkansas 4 

ennessee 24 

issouri 3 

Kentucky 10 

Total 441 



141,803 
1,126,148 
1,437,319 

793,857 

382,836 
68,872 
57,552 
54,920 
14,900 

114,630 
14,808 
63,114 



.Mills, Lexington; 



48,732 

429,970 

507,985 

334,206 

142,736 

22,902 

17,403 

20,237 

5,282 

40,045 

4,177 

26,272 



4,270,759 1,599,947 



\\'i nnonah Cotton 
$150,000 capital. 

Lily Mills, Rockingham county; $lu,- 
000 capital. 

Capelsie Cotton Mills, Montgomery 
county; $28,000 to 150,000 capital. 

E. L. Shuford Mfg Co., Rowe's Shoals; 
$135,000 capital. 

Borden Mfg Co., Goldsboro; $100,000 
capital. 

Bonnie Cotton Mills, Kings Mountain; 
$100,000 capital. 

Vivian Cotton Mills, Cherryville; $20,- 
000 capital. 

Oxford Cotton Mills, Oxford; $125,000 
capital. 

Seaboard Knitting Mills, 
$50,000 to $150,000 capital. 

Calmacha Cotton Co., Sanford 
capital. 

Tarboro Knitting Mills, Tarboro; 
000 capital. 

Linn Mills Co., Linn; $50,000 capital. 

Greenville Cotton Mills, Greenville; 
$75,000 capital. 

Clayton Cotton Mills, Clayton; $120,000 
capital. 

Greenville Knitting Mills, Greenville; 
$10,000 capital. 

Kickson Cotton Mill, Laurenburg. 
000 capital. 

Cotton Mills North and South. 
(Latham, Alexander & Co.) 



Henderson; 



$100, 



$20,- 



North. 
13,700,000 
13,800,000 

13,900,000 
13,950,000 



South. 
3,011,196 



1894-'95, spindles . 
1895-'96, spindles . 
lS96-'97, spindles . 
1897-'98, spindles , 
1898-'99, spindles . 
1899-'00, spindles . 

Since 1894, the North has Inci 
spindles 350,000. In the same p 
South has increased the aumbi r ol 
dies 1,107,267. 

In 1899, North Carol i 11 a 
bales of cotton in its con In 

1900, it required 435,686.— Lnthani. 
ander & Co. 



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BANKS— STATE, NATIONAL, SAVINGS, PRIVATE. 



Banks and Bankers of North Carolina* 



State Banks of North Carolina. 

Bank of Alamance— Graham; capital, 
$5,000; surplus, $250; President, E. M. 
Arnifield; Cashier, Charles A. Scott. 

Bank of Chapel Hill— Chapel Hill; capi- 
tal, $10,000; President, J. S. Carr; 
Cashier, G. W. Hundley. 

Bank of Edenton. .Edenton; capital, $25,- 
000; surplus, $7,000; President, Julian 
Wood: Cashier, Geo F. Folk. 

Bank of Enfield— Enfield; capital, $7,500; 
President, Geo. B. Curtis; Cashier, W. 
H. McDonald. 

Bank of Fayetteville— Fayetteville; capi- 
tal, $184,200; President, H. W. Lilly; 
Cashier, J. C. Haigh. 

Bank of Granville— Oxford; capital, $30,- 
000; surplus, $12,250; President, E. T. 
White; Cashier, H. G. Cooper. 

Bank of Greenville— Greenville; capital, 
$25,000; surplus, $5,000; President, R. L. 
Davis; Cashier, Jas. L. Little. 

Bank of Kinston— Kinstoa; capital, $21,- 
000; surplus, $7,875; President, E. F. 
Cox; Cashier, R. C. Strong. 

Bank of Laurinburg— Laurinburg; capi- 
tal $20,000; surplus, $7,000; President, 
A. L. James; Cashier, T. J. Gill. 

Bank of Leaksville— Leaks ville; capital, 
$10,000; surplus, $1,000; President, W. 
R Walker; Cashier, A. E. Millner. 

Bank of Littleton— Littleton; capital, 
$6,975; President, J. H. Harrison; 
Cashier, W. L. Powell. 

Bank of Lexington— Lexington; capital, 
$30,000; President, G. W. Montcastle; 
Cashier, W. D. Biggs. 

Bank of Lumberton— Lumberton; capital, 
$20,000; surplus, $5,000; President, A. 
W. McLean; Cashier, C. B. Townsend. 

Bank of Madison— Madison; capital, $10,- 
000; President, J. M. Galloway; Cashier, 
J. O. Ragsdale. 

Bank of Maxton— Maxtcn; capital $20,000; 
President, W. J. Edwards; Cashier, T. 
O. Evans. 

Bank of Murphy— Murphy ; capital, 
$10,000; President, R. H. Hyatt; Cash- 
ier, W. C. Kenyon. 

Bank of North Wilkesboro— North 
Wilkesboro; capital, $20,000; surplus, 
$1,700; President, J. E. Finley; Cashier, 
R. W. Gwyn. 

Bank of Pee Dee— Rockingham; capital, 
$24,950; surplus, $15,000; President, T. 
C Leak; Cashier, W. L. Parsons. 

Bank of Randleman— Randleman; capi- 
tal, $4,225; President, S. Bryant; Cash- 
ier, J. H. Cole. 

Bank of Randolph— Asheboro; capital, 
$16 000; surplus, $S,000; President, J. 
M. Worth; Cashier, W. J. Arnifield. 

Bank of Reidsville— Reidsville; capital, 
$50,000; profits, $8,000; President, P. B. 
Johnston; Cashier, C. N. Evans. 



Rocky Mount— Rocky Mount;! 
$25,000; President, Thos. H. 
Cashier, L. F. Tillery. 
Smithfield— Smithfield; capital,! 
President, A. K. Smith; Cash-j 
O. Ellington. 



Bank of 

capital, 

Battle; 
Bank of 

$25,000; 

ier, J. 
Bank of Springhope— Springhope; capi 

tal, $10,000; President, J. C. Braswell; ; 

Cashier, J. S. Gorham. | 

Bank of Tarboro— Tarboro; capital, $60,-, 

000; surplus, $5,521.09; President, J. F.j 

Shackelford; Cashier, J. J. Green. 
Bank of Thomasville— Thoniasville; capi 

tal, $6,500; President, E. M. Arnifield 

Cashier, J. L. Armfield. 
Bank of Washington— Washington; capi- . 

tal, $50,000; surplus, $15,000; President, 

Seth Bridgman; Cashitr, T. J. Latham. 
Bank of Wayne— Goldsboro; capital^ 

$125,000; surplus, $40,000; President, E. 1 

B. Borden; Cashier, W. E. Borden. 
Bank of Waynesville— WaynesvilleJ 

capital, $40,000; surplus, $10,000; Presi-j 
dent, Alden Howell; Cashier, T. C 
Skinner. 

Bank of Weldon— Weldon; capital, $10,- 
000; surplus, $10,000; President, W. E! 
Daniel; Cashier, W. R. Smith. 

Battery Park Bank— Asheville; capital 
$100,000; surplus, $15,000: President, J 
P. Sawyer; Cashier, J. E. Rankin. 

Brevard Banking Company— Brevard 
capital, $15,000: President, T. D. Eng-i 
land; Cashier, J. W. McMinn 

Burlington Banking Company— Burling-i 
ton; capital, $10,000; surplus, $1,500:4 
President, J. A. Davidson; Cashier, J.j 

C. Staley. 

Chatham, Moore and Harnett Bank— I 

Sanford; capital, .?15,000; surplus, 

635.32; President, W. J .Edwards; Cash-i 

ier, T .P. Hatch. 
Citizens Bank— Elizabeth City: capital, 

$25,000: surplus, $1,000: President, O. 

McMulIan; Cashier, M. R. Griffin. 
Citizens Bank— Henderson; capital, $45,- 

000; surplus, $15,000; President, J. B. 

Owen; Cashier, W. A. Hunt. 
Citizens Bank— New Bern; capital, $50,^ 

000; surplus, $6,000; President, T. A. 

Green; Cashier, H. M. Groves. 
Citizens Bank— Reidsville; capital, $50,- 

000; President, H. R. Scott; Cashier;, 

R. L. Watt. 
Commercial Bank — Marion; capital, $10,- 

000; surplus, $4,400; President, W. A. 

Conley; Cashier, Geo. I. White. 

Commercial and Farmers Bank — Raleigh; 
capital, $100,000; surplus, $20,000; Presi- 
dent, J. J. Thomas; Cashier, B. S. 
Jerman. 

Davis and Wiley Bank—Salisbury; capi-( 
tal, $60,000; surplus, if 15,000; President) 
Theo. F. Kluttz; Cashier, O. D. Davis.' 



BANKS-S TATE, NATIONAL, SAVINGS, PRIVATE? 






Farmers and Merchants Rank— Louis- 
burg; capital $20,000; President, Win. 
Bailey; Cashier, W. J. Byerly. 
Farmers and Merchants Bank— New 
Bern; capital, $75,000; surplus, $10,000; 
President, L. H. Cutler; Cashier, T. 
W. Dewey. 
Fidelity Bank— Durham; capital, $100 - 
000; surplus, $50,000; President, B. N 
Duke; Cashier, J. F. Wiley. 
Greensboro Loan and Trust Company- 
Greensboro; capital, $100,000; President 
J. W. Fry; Cashier, W E. Allen. 

Merchants and Planters Bank— Milton; 
capital, $3,700; President, J. A. Hurdle ; 
Cashier, R. L. Walker. 

Morehead Banking Company— Durham; 
capital, $158,000; surplus, $20,000; Presi- 
dent, Q. E. Rawls; Cashier, E. C. Mur- 
ray. 

Mutual Aid and Banking Company- 
New Bern; capital, $780.92; President, 
C. C. Roach; Cashier, J. F. Fisher. 

Pamlico Banking and Insurance Com- 
pany— Tarboro; capital, $33,960; sur- 
plus, $29,229.37; President, H. L. Sta- 
ton ; Cashier, Job CobD. 

Peoples Bank— Monroe; capital, $41,100; 
surplus, $14,000; President, O. P. 
Heath; Cashier, W. C. Wolfe. 

Peoples Bank— Roxboro; capital, $40,000; 
surplus, $4,000; President, J. A. Long; 
Cashier, J. L. Bradsher. 

Planters Bank— Rocky Mount; capital, 
$25,000; surplus, $2,500; President, J. C. 
Braswell; Cashier, W. P. Hamilton. 

Pilot Bank and Trust Company— Pilot 
Mountain; capital, $16,000; surplus, 
$1,500; President, G. O. Key; Cashier, 
J. A. Stone. 

Southern Loan and Trust Company- 
Greensboro; capital, $25,000; surplus, 
$45,000. 

State Bank of Commerce — Henderson- 
ville; capital, $30,000; surplus, $2,500; 
President, G. H. P. Cole; Cashier, J. 
A. Maddrey. 

Wachovia Loan and Trust Company- 
Winston; capital, $200,000; President, 
F. H. Fries; Secretary and Treasurer, 
H. F. Shaffner. 

Total capital, $2,249,890.92; total sur- 
plus, $421,360.78. 

J National Banks of North Carolina- 

JBlue Ridge National Bank— Asheville; 
capital, $100,000; President. J. W. Nor- 

I wood; Cashier, E. R. Lucas. 

i First National Bank— Charlotte; capital, 
$300,000; surplus, $100,000; President, 
M. P. Pegram; Cashier, D. W. Oates. 

'Charlotte National Bank— Charlotte; 
capital, $125,000; surplus, $7,000; Presi- 
dent, B. D. Heath; Cashier, W. H. 
Twitty. 

£ Commercial National Bank— Charlotte; 

capital, $175,000; surplus, $175,000; 

President, J. S. Spencer, Cashier, A. G. 

Brenizer. 

Merchants and Farmers National Bank— 

. Charlotte; capital, $200,000; surplus, 






$40,00Q; President. J u 
Cashier, John M. Miller 

tal $50000; surplus 

vLi M v 0i "" ■■ 

<SK,nnn " Durham 
V"''"' ! : sur ' ,| " s ' $14,412 . 
J. b. Carr; Cashier, Leo. D. Hi 
First National Hank Ellzabi 
capital, $50,000; surplus, $12,t ■ P 

T en oid° haS ' H ' RobInsoD ' 

Fi < c r 4, t nn I a Tationa ,' Bank-Gastonia; capital 

$00,000 ; surplus, $7.: ; President L I 

Jenkins; Cashier, .J. i> \i 
National Bank -Goli 

000; surplus, $5,0 

Norwood; Cashier, J. .\i. Hollow* 

$100001,; President, .1. M. Walker 
Cashier, Lee II. Battle 
Greensboro National Bank-^Greensboro- 
capital, $100,000; surplus 
dent, Neil Ellington, ■ 
Alderman. 

F rn t n nn ationa , 1 Bank-Hickory; capital, 
$o0,000; surplus, $7,500 
Shuford; Cashier, K. ('. Menzi 

Commercial National I 

capital, $50,000; surplus, $S, 

dent, J. Elwood Co\ ; Cashier R 
Charles. 

National Bank— High Point- capital 
000; surplus, $40,000; President W I 
Armfield; Cashier, E. .\1 . Armfl 

First National Hank -Mount Airy; capi- 
tal, $50,000; surplus. $:-;, ; President 

Thos. Fawcett; Cashier. M. L. Fawi 

National Bank— New Hern; capil 

000; surplus, $70,1 I' 

Bryan; Cashier, G. II. Rol us. 

Citizens National Bank— Raleigh; capi- 
tal, $100,000; surplu , 
Jos. G. Brown; Cashier, 11. 10. I. 
ford. 

National Bank— Raleigh • capital | 

000; surplus, $44, , 

H. Belvin; Cashier, P. H. Brl 

First National Bank— Salisburj 
$50,000; surplus, $25,000; R, 

J. Holmes; Cashier, ffm, C. Blackmer. 

First National Bank— Statesville ; capital, 
$50,000; surplus. :. J, 

A. Cooper; Cashier, Geo. II. Brown. 

First National Bank— Wad capi- 

tal, $50,000; surplus, 
John D. Leak; Cashier, W. [.. 
shall. 

First National Bank— Washington ; 
tal, $50,000; surplus. $3,0 
J. L. Fowle; Cashier. A. \l. Dun 
Atlantic National Hank Wilmlo 
capital, $125,000; surplus, $50,000; P 
dent, J. W. Norwood; Cashier, Andrew 
Mm eland. 
Murchison National Bl 
capital, $200,oihi; President, H I 
Queen; Cashier, J. Y 

National Bank— Will- 

$100. ; surplu. , i. .1. 

S. Armstrong ; < !ashier, J R I I 



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84 



BANKS— STATE, NATIONAL, SAVINGS, PRIVATE. 



First National Bank— Wilson; capital, 
$51,000; surplus, $8,000; President, Jno. 
F. Bruton; Cashier, W. E. Warren. 

People's National Bank— Winston; capi- 
tal. $100,000; surplus, $115,250; President, 
J. W .Fries; Cashier, T. A. Wilson. 

Wachovia National Bank— Winston ; 
capital, $150,000; surplus, $125,000; 
President, W. A. Lemly; Cashier, Jas. 

A. Gray. 

BANKS CHARTERED. 

National Bank of Lexington— Lexington; 
capital, $25,000; President, E. M. Arm- 
field; Cashier, Robert L. Burkhead. 

National Bank of Morganton. 
PRIVATE BANKS. 

Bank of Carthage— Carthage; capital, 
$10,000; President, W. W. Mills; Cash- 
ier, William Hayes. 

Bank of Dunn — Dunn; responsibility $30,- 
000; President, L. J. Best; Cashier, J. 
W. Purdie. 
- Bank of Lenoir — Lenoir; capital, $10,000; 
President, G. W. F. Harper; Cashier, 
J. H. Ball. 

Bank of Lincolnton — Lincolnton; capital, 
$8,000; surplus, $1,000; President, B. F. 
Grigg; Cashier, W. E. Grigg. 

Bank of Martin County — Williamston; 
capital, $5,000; surplus, $500; Cashier, 
J. G. Godard. 

Bank of Rutherfordton— Rutherfordton; 
capital, $10,000; President, D. F. Mor- 
row; Cashier, M. H. Morrow. 

Bank of Youngsville — Youngsville; capi- 
tal, $4,000; surplus, $209; President, J. 

B. Perry; Cashier, W. G. Riddick. 

B. Blanton & Co.— Shelby; capital, $25,- 
000; surplus, $10,000; President, B. 
Blanton; Cashier, C. C. Blanton. 

Branch & Co.— Wilson; capital, $50,000; 
surplus, $12,500; President. H. G. Con- 
nor: Cashier, J. C. Hales. 

Buchanan, S. H. — Jonesboro; capital 
$15,000; President S. II. Buchanan. 

Commercial Bank — Lenoir; capital, $10,- 
000; President, T. J. Lntz; Cashier, 
Otis P. Lutz. 

Clayton Banking Company— Clayton; 
capital, $10,000; President, Ashley 
Home; Cashier, C. M. Thomas. 

Ccmmercian Bank — Rutherfordton; capi- 
tal, $10,000; President, Dr. T. B.Twitty; 
Cashier, J. F. Flack. 

Dime Bank— Kinston; surplus, $10,947.30; 
President, Charles F. Dunn. 

Elm City Bank— Elm City; capital, $10,- 
000; President, J. L. Bailey; Cashier, 
E. O. McGowan. 

Gardner & Jeffress— Warren ton; capital, 
$10,000; Cashier, J. M. Gardner. 

Gastonia Banking Company— Gastonia; 
capital, $20,000; surplus, $48,000; Cash- 
ier, J. F. Love. 

Gillam & Lyon— Windsor; capital, $4,000; 
surplus, $6,000. 

Chas. T. Geyer & Sons— Southern Pines; 
capital, $1,000; surplus, §200; President, 
R. E. Geyer; Cashier, W. T. Geyer. 

Hertford Banking Company— Hertford; 



J capital, $3,000; surplus, $2,000; Presi- 
dent, J. E. White: Cashier, L. W. 
Norman. 

Kings Mountain Bank — Kings Mountain; 
capital, $5,000; surplus, $1,000; Presi- 
dent, F. Dilling; Cashier, L. R. Ha- 
good. 

Loftin, S. H. — Kinston; surplus, $45,- 
408.93; President, S. H. Loftin. 

Merchants and Farmers Bank— Dunn; 
capital, $20,500; President, E. F. Young; 
Cashier, V. L. Stephens. 

Raleigh Loan and Trust Co.— Capital, 
$10,000; President, Harry Loeb; Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, Charles R. Reid. 

Rouse Bros. — LaGrange; capital, $4,500. 

Scotland Neck Bank— Scotland Neck; 
capital, $5,000; surplus, $5,000; Presi- 
dent, A. McDowell; Cashier, F. P. 
Shields. 

Shuford's Bank— Newton; capital, $12,000; 
surplus, $600; President, A. A. Shuford; 
Cashier, A. H. Crowell. 

Burke County Bank — Morganton; capital, 
$15,000; President, 'Jloment Geitner; 
Cashier, A. M. Ingold. 
Total capital, $317,000. 

SAVINGS E/iNKS. 

Cabarrus Savings Bank — Concord and 
Albemarle; capital, S25.000; surplus, 
$12,500; President, D. F. Cannon; Cash- 
ier, J. C. Gibson. 

Citizens Savings Bank — Durham; capital, 
$20,432.97; President, J. S. Carr; Cash- 
ier, W. H. Oakey. 

Guardian Security, Trust and Deposit 
Company — Wilmington; capital, $30,000; 
President, H .McQueen; Cashier, F. W. 
Dick. 

Mechanic Dime Savings Bank — Raleigh; 
capital, $15,000; President, C. E. John- 
son; Cashier, B. R. Lacy. 

People's Five Cent Savings Bank — Grens- 
boro; surplus, $2,430.17; President, J. 
\> . Scott; Cashier, J. A. Hodgin. 

Piedmont Savings Bank— Winston; capi- 
tal, $5,000; President, D. H. King; 
Cashier, L. W. Pegram. 

Raleigh Savings Bank— Raleigh; Capital, 
$15,000; surplus, $13,000; President, J. 
T. Pullen; Cashier, J. O. Litchford. 

Salisbury Savings Bank — Salisbury; cap- 
ital, $35,000; President, Lee S. Over- 
man; Cashier, W. F. Snider. 

Wilmington Savings a::d Trust Com- 
pany—Wilmington; capital, $25,000; 
President, J. W. Norwood. 
Total capital, $170,432.97. total surplus, 

$27,930.17. 

South Atlantic Lumber Association. 

President— W. F. Williams, Red Spgs. 

Vice-President— R. W. Brooks, Greens- 
boro. 

Vice-President— W. W. Mills, Car- 
thage. 

Vice-President— R. W. Livermore, Red 
Springs. 

Secretary— Z. W. Whitehead, Wilming- 
ton. 

Treasurer— A. B. Pearsall, Red Springs. 

Meetings are held quarterly, or oftener. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH— COUNTY SUPTD'S OF HEALTH. 



85 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Geo. G. Thomas, M. D., President, 
Wilmington. 

S. Westray Battle, M. D., Asheville. 

Henry W. Lewis, M. D., Jackson. 

Henry H. Dodson, M. D., Milton. 

C. .T. O'Hagan, M. D., Greenville. 

J. L. Nicholson, M. D., Richlands. 

Albert Anderson, M. D., Wilson. 

A. W. Shaffer, San. Eng., Raleigh. 

Richard H. Lewis, M. D., Secretary 
and Treasurer, Raleigh. 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS 

OF HEALTH. 

Alamance — Dr. T. S. Faucette. 
Alexander — Dr. T. F. Stevenson. 
Alleghany— Dr. B. C. Waddell. 
Anson— Dr. E. S. Ashe. 
Ashe — Dr. Manly Blevins. 
Beaufort — Dr. P. A. Nicholson. 
Bertie — Dr. H. V. Dunstan. 
Bladen — Dr. Newton Robinson. 
Brunswick— Dr. J. A. McNeill. 
Buncombe — Dr. James Sawyer. 
Burke — Dr. J. L. Laxton. 
Cabarrus— Dr. D. G. Caldwell. 
Caldwell— Dr. A. A. Kent. 
Carteret— Dr. F. M. Clark. 
Caswell— Dr. S. A. Mallory. 
Catawba— Dr. Geo. H. West. 
Chatham— Dr. H. T. Chapin. 
Cherokee — Dr. J. F. Abernathy. 
Chowan — Dr. T. J. Hoskins. 
Clay— Dr. J. M. Sullivan. 
Cleveland— Dr. B. H. Palmer. 
Columbus — Dr. I. Jackson. 
Craven — Dr. R. DuVal Jones. 
Cumberland — Dr. J. Vance McGougan. 
Currituck — Dr. H. M. Shaw. 
Dare— Dr. W. B. Fearing. 
Davidson — Dr. Joel Hill. 
Davie — Dr. James McGuire. 
Duplin — Dr. James W. Blount. 
Durham— Dr. Z. T. Brooks. 
Edgecombe — Dr. L. L. Staton. 
Forsyth — Dr. John Bynum. 
Franklin— Dr. E. S. Foster. 
Gaston — Dr. J. H. Jenkins. 
Gates— Dr. W. O. P. Lee. 
Graham — Dr. R. J. Orr. 
Granville— Dr. S. D. Booth. 
Greene— Dr. Joseph E. Grimsley. 
Guilford — Dr. R. L. Rierson. 
Halifax — Dr. I. E. Green. 
Harnett — Dr. O. L. Denning. 
Haywood — Dr. F. M. Davis. 
Henderson — Dr. J. G. Waldrop. 
Hertford— Dr. John W. Tayloe. 
Hyde— Dr. E. H. Jones. 
Iredell— Dr. Henry F. Long. 
Jackson— Dr. Wm. Self. 
Johnston — Dr. L. D. Wharton. 
Jones— Dr. S. E. Koonce. 
Lenoir— Dr. W. T. Parrott. 
Lincoln— Dr. J. W. Saine. 
McDowell— Dr. B. A. Cheek. 
Macon— Dr. F. L. Siler. 
Madison — Dr. Jas. K. Hardwicke. 
Martin— Dr. W. H. Harrell. 



Mecklenburg— Dr. P. M. Wlnchesl 

Mitchell— Dr. C. E. Smith. 
Montgomery— Dr. M. 1*. Blair. 
Moore— Dr. Gilbert McLeod. 
Nash— Dr. J. P. Batl 
New Hanover— Dr. W. D. Mi Mill 
Northampton— Dr. II. W. L . 
Onslow— Dr. E. L. Cox. 
Orange— Dr. C. D. Jones. 
Pamlico— Dr. G. A. Katon. 
Pasquotank— Dr. H. T. Aydlett. 
Pender— Dr. L. L. Andnv. 
Perquimans— Dr. C. C. YVinslow. 
Person— Dr. J. A. Wis.'. 
Pitt— Dr. C. O'H. Laughinghouse. 
Polk— Dr. Earle Grady. 
Randolph— Dr. T. T. Ferree. 
Richmond— Dr. J. M. Ledbetter. 
Robeson— Dr. H. T. Pope. 
Rockingham— Dr. Sam. Ellington. 
Rowan— Dr. W. L. Crump. 
Rutherford— Dr. W. A. Thompson. 
Sampson— Dr. R. E. Lei . 
Stanly— Dr. V. A. Whitley. 
Stokes— Dr. W. L. M - 
Surry— Dr. John R. Woltz. 
Swain — Dr. R. L. Davis. 
Transylvania— Dr. M. M. King. 
Union— Dr. J. E. Ashcraft. 
Vance— Drs. W. T. and G. Cheatham. 
Wake— Dr. J. J. L. McCullers. 
Warren— Dr. T. B. Williams. 
Washington— Dr. W. II. Ward. 
Watauga— Dr. E. F. Bingham. 
Wayne— Dr. Williams Spli 
Wilkes— Dr. J. M. Turn. r. 
Wilson— Dr. W. S. Anderson. 
Yadkin— Dr. B. B. Hauser. 
Yancey— W. M. Austin. 
[A letter addressed to the county seat 
will reach each Superintendent.] 

LIST OF PHYSICIANS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by post-otli 

Aaron— Willis S. Walker. 

Aberdeen — Francis Juat, A. H. MeLand. 

Advance — Andrew B. Byerly. 

Airlie— E. A. Thorne, Robert A 
son. 

Albemarle— Jasper N. Anderson, Rich- 
ard Anderson, William .1. Hill. 0| 
King, John W. Littleton, Virgil A. 
Whitley. 

Alexander— William J. Clontz, Plato II. 
Lee. 

Almond— W. H. Crisp, S. II. McNeely, B 
B. Vandcgriff. 

Amantha— Elijah F. Bingham, <i. I'. 
Bingham. 

Anderson— J. A. Pinnlx. 

Andrews— Benjamin G. Webb, Do 
Wilson. 

Angeline — L. L. Jol 

Ansonville— James M. Dunlap. 

Apple Grove— H. M. B 

Arcadia W. Lee 1 1 ill 

Archdalc— Job □ 

Ardrcys — James T. Kell. 

Asbury— Fn 

Ashboro— T. T S. A. H 

Jami s Moore. 



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Asheville— Marcus W. Alston, Chase P. 
Ambler, Harrison L. Baird, Albertus 
M. Ballard, Samuel Westray Battle, 
Wm. C. Brownson, James W. Bryan, 
Reuben H. Bryant, James A. Bur- 
roughs, Arthur W. Callaway, T. P, 
Cheesborough, Alexander Crawford, 
Jules E. David, John H. Drake, Jr., 
William LeRoy Dunn, Walter W. Du- 
son, Marshall H. Fletcher, James M. 
Glass, Eugene B. Glenn, Walter L. 
Hilliard, Wm. D. Hilliard, Charles S. 
Jordan, Plato H. Lee, Tizdal E. Linn, 
Lewis B. McBrayer, Frank T. Meri- 
wether, Marion C. Millender, Charles 
L. Minor, E. R. Morris, Frank W. 
Myrick, John M. Osborne, Paul Pa- 
quin, Charles L. Pearson, Julius F. 
Peavy, J. Wardlaw Pelham, Wiley 
Powell, George W. Purefoy, J. F. Ram- 
sey, Carl V. Reynolds, Karl Von Ruck, 
James Sawyer, Howard L. Saylor, 
Daniel E. Sevier, Joseph T. Sevier, 
Thomas C. Smith, Martin L. Stevens. 
Gaillard S. Tennant, Charles Van Ber- [ 
gen, John A. Watson, H. Bascom 
Weaver, Willard P. Whittington, John 
Hey Williams, James F. Wilson, John 
H. Woodcock, S. Johnston Woodcock, 

Ashland — James Linwood Gunn. 

Ashpole— J. B. Brown, J. P. Brown, Jas. 
S. MeGeachy, W. T. Stephens. 

Atlantic— William T. Paul. 

Aulander— William W. Early, William 
J. Harrell, E. H. Horton. 

Aurelian Springs— John O'Brien, Willis 
M. Perkins. 

Aurora— H. M. Bonner, A. B. Chapin, A. 
K. Tayloe. 

Autryville— Thomas C. Bullock. 

Avoca— W. R. Capehart. 

Pakersville— F. M. Penland, Charles E. 
Smith. 

Bald Creek— C. P. Edwards. 

Bangor — Otis L. Ray. 

Banks— Thomas L. Banks, Nathan M. 
Blalock. 

Battleboro— H. B. Marriott. 

Bayboro— George A. Cayton. 

Beaufort— Francis M. Clark, Josiah B. 
Davis, P. B. Loflen. 

Beaumont— W. M. Burns. 

Begonia — George R. Patrick. 

Belhaven— William J. Bullock. 

Belmont— Wm. W. Davis, R. E. Jenkins. 

Belvidere— B. F. Lamb, Thomas N. 
White. 

Benson— Clarence P. Jones, George E. 
Parker, W. H. Rowland. 

Berea— J. C. Bradshaw. 

Bernice — J. J. Houser. 

Bessemer City— D. A. Garrison, William 
S. Hay. 

Bethania— B. Jones, Edward F. Strick- 
land. 

Bethany— H. W. Dorsett. 

Bethel— J. D. Bulluck, Robert J. Grimes, 
Fernando C. James. 

Bethel Hill— William M. Merritt. 

Big Lick— F. E. Hartsell. 



Biltmore— H. F. Burgin, Geo. W. Reed, 

A. S. Whitaker. 
Black Creek— Thomas L. Brooks. 
Black Mountain— Mrs. Mary T. Fitch. 
Blackstone— George H. Carter. 
Blowing Rock— C. J. Parlier, G. W. 

Raby. 
Bogue — John W. Sanders. 
Boiling Springs— J. W. Wood. 
Eoone— Thomas C. Blackburn. 
Boonville— S. L. Blackwell, E. M. Hut- 

ehens, S. W. Shore, Julius L. Speas. 
Bowman's Bluff— George Holmes. 
Brevard— Charles W. Hunt, Mitchell M. 
King, Lissie Ballard Sayles, W. J. 
Wallis, G. W. Young. 
Brittain— A. H. Nabers. 
Broadway— James L. Sheppard. 
Browers Mills— R. J. Malone. 
Brown's Summit— James W. Jones. 
Bryson City— A. M. Bennett, J. A. 

Cooper, Robert L. Davis. 
Burgaw— L. Lucius Ardrey. 
Burlington— J. A. Crouse, Thomas S. 
Faucette, R. A. Freeman, W. P. Isley, 
Thomas C. Lutterloh. H. R. Moore, 
J. W. Page, T. W. Patterson, Wm. G. 
Stafford, J. C. Staley, J. K. Stockard. 
Burnsville— Wm. M. Austin, J. M. Fair- 
child, O. M. Lewis, John L. Ray, W. 
B. Robertson. 
Bushnell— Wm. B. Cole, J. E. T. Welch. 
Buxton — J. Judson Davis. 
Bynum— A. W. Mann. 
Caldwell Institute— A. C. Jordan. 
Caldwells— J. Edward Caldwell, E. B. 

Sloan, J. C. Wilson. 
Calhoun— Abraham E. Lyday, Wm. M. 

Lyday. 
Cana— J. W. Rodwell. 
Candler— Benj. H. Greenwood. 
Cane River— B. B. Whittington. 
Canton— J. F. Abel, John H. Mease, J. H. 

Russell. 
Caroleen — T. G. Hamrick, Oliver Hicks, 

A. Miller Whisnant. 
Carthage— Gilbert McLeod, Henry B. 

Shields. 
Cary— James McP. Templeton. 
Castalia— Thomas A. Matthews. 
Catawba— J. M. Little, F. Y. Long, Thos. 

W. Long. 
Cedar Creek— Kirby G. Averitt. 
Cedar Falls— A. H. Redding. 
Cedar Grove— C. M. Hughes, Willis M. 

Terrell. 
Cedar Hill— Sampson B. Carpenter. 
Centre Grove— P. G. Pritchard. 
Cerro Gordo— John M. McGorgan. 
Chalk Level— R. T. Spencer. 
Chance — Abner T. Cooper. 
Chapel Hill— R. L. Gattis, Chas. S. Man- 
gum, Isaac H. Manning, Richard 
Henry Whitehead, Thos. J. Wilson. 
Charlotte— Annie L. Alexander, Chas. W. 
Banner, R. J. Brevard, J. Wellington 
Byers, P. W. Capehart, Andrew J. 
Crowell, Isaac Wellington Faison, R. 
L. Gibbon, Geo. W. Graham. Jos. Gra- 
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PRACTISING PHYSICIANS AND THEIR POST-OFFICES. 






F. O. Hawley, N. B. Houser, Jno. R. 
Irwin, Simmons B. Jones, Jas. P. Mc- 
Combs, C. G, McManaway, Chas. A. 
Meisenheimer, Chas. H. C. Mills, Jno. 
C. Montgomery, W. Hosea Moss, D. 
O'Donoghue, Aurelius L. Petrie, Geo. 
W. Pressly, Chauncey Rakestraw, Edw. 

C. Register, C. Benj. Stephenson, Chas. 
M. Strong, Wm. H. Wakefield, Hillory 
M. Wilder, Geo. W. Williams, Frank 
M. Winchester, B. J. Witherspoon, W. 
T. Woodley, A. A. Wyche. 

Cheoah— Granville C. Davis. 
Cherryville— Thomas V. Goode, A. W. 

Havell. 
Chestnut Ridge— C. M. Holcomb. 
China Grove— John B. Gaither, Jas. S. 

Lafferty, Geo. A. Ramsaur. 
City— Aaron Osborn. 
Clarkton— George L. Clark. 
Clayton— Mrs. Rosa Duncan, J. A. 

Griffin, J. B. Robertson, J. J. Young. 
Cleveland— William F. Chenault. 
Cleveland Mills— Benj. F. Falls, G. M. 

Gold, G. F. Simmons. 
Clifton— R. W. Jones. 
Clinton— Robt. H. Holliday, Frank H. 

Holmes, A. M. Lee, Richard E. Le-3, 

John A. Stevens. 
Clyde— J. C. Davis, Sam. B. Medford, 

Robert L. Walker. 
Coahoma— Richard W. Wooten. 
Coakley— W. F. Cherry, John J. Law- 
rence. 
Coburn's Store— James A. Austin. 
Coinjack— James Garrenton. 
Colerain— Luther A. Nowell, William B. 

Watford. 
Coleridge— Robert L. Caveness. 
Columbia— Al. Alexander, Joseph L. 

Spruill. 
Como— Thomas I. Burbadge. 
Concord— Leona M. Archey, Louis N. 

Burleyson, Daniel G. Caldwell, Wm. 

H. Lilly, Sam. L. Montgomery, Theo. 

F. Pharr, J. Edward Smoot, Robert S. 

Young. 
Conetoe— R. S. Savage. 
Conover— F. L. Herman, D. M. Moser, 

D. McD. Yount. 
Conway— Magnus H. Futrell. 
Cordova— Frank M. Register. 
Crabtree— W. L. Kirkpatrick. 
Craven— Chalmers M. Poole. 
Creedmoor— John F. Sanderford. 
Creek— G. W. Landis. 
Crescent— C. Banks McNairy. 
Creston— Edward F. Foster, C. Banks 

McNairy. 
Creswell— Wm. H. Hardison, James L. 

Hassell. 
Croft— Simril M. Henderson. 
Cronly— David B. Jordan. 
Crowders Creek— W. J. Torrence. 
Cullasaja— W. R. Bulgin, Herman S. 

Lucas. 
Cunningham— J. F. Swann. 
Currie— George F. Lucas. 
Dabney— C. D. Wyche. 
Dallas— John H. Jenkins. 



Dalton— Matthew D. PhtHI 

Dannamore— J. B. Gold 

Danbury— Wm. L. Mc< 
McCanless, Walter N 

Davenport Henry Q. Alexand 

Davidson— Erwin Q. Ho 
Hoyle, Wm. j. Martin, .1. P. 
Walter II. Wooten. 

Dayton— Rhodes E. Nil 

River- B. !■'. Smith. 

Dellaplane— Robert W. S. Pegram. 

Delmont— John K. S. ( 

Denmark — John C. Campbell. 

Denton— A. Anderson. 

Denver— H. N. Abernathy, Cha 
Caul, Jas. O. Muudy. J. D. Mu 

Derita — Thomas C. Neal. 

Dickinson— John A. McKay, Job. F. Mc- 
Kay, Wm. M. McNeill. 

Dillsboro— J. M. Candli r, fa per 11- Wolf. 

Dixie— A. M. Heron, I. W. Heron, W. D. 
Price. 

Dobson— W. C. Folger, John K. Waltz. 

Dockery— C. L. Hamly. 

Donnohoe— William T. Holt. 

Dover — R. W. Wooten. 

Dresden — P. E. Jones, J. O. Wilcox. 

Dunn — Oliver L. Denning. M, W. Har- 
per, W. B. Harrell, W. L. Hudson, P. 
T. Moore, C. H. Sexton. 

Durham — Claude Adams, Lee W. Haul.. 
Needham P. Boddie, Albert G. Carr, 
Arch. Cheatham, W. X. Hicks, L L 
Holloway, Norman M. Johnson. 
M. Lynn, John M. Manning. Aaron M. 
Moore, Robt. A. Moore. J. M. O'Kelly, 
Julian A. Smith, Jos. J. Tha 
Stanford R. Wai l 

Dutchville— William W. Cozart. 

Eagle Rock— Thomas H. A vera. 

East Bend— W. E. Benbow. Joseph M. 
Mathenes. 

East Durham— G. H. Ross. W. D. V 

East Laport— Mrs. R. Brinkley. 

Edenton— H. M. S. Cason, Rich. Dlllard, 
Jr. Thomas J. Hoskins, John II. Mc- 
Mullan. 

Edith— J. A. Sherrill. 

Edwardsville— J. G. Isaacs. 

Elizabeth City— Herbert T. Aydlett, I. 
Fearings, J. B. Griggs, W. \\ I 
E. w. Lister, Wm. J. Lumsdi d, i 
G. B. McMullan, C. Judson Sav 
C. W. Sawyer, J. E. \\ I 

Elizabethtown— Newton Ri 

Elkin— Chas. W. Mosley, J. Montgomery 
Reece, J. W. Ring. 

Elko— W. H. Moore, Alonzo J Pi 

Elk Park— Join Abraham, Mlltoi 
Harrell, Giles C. Lane, J Q 

Ellenboro— G. B. Morris. .1. B. Sin. 

Elm City Charli s II 
Brothers. II. Cbears, Wm. P. Mi 
Edwin G. Moore. 

Elm Grove — C. N 

Klmwood I). II. Wood. 

Elon College- J. A < W 

K. rnodle, Loftin K< rnodle, N. D ) 
El Pa: o Erastus Q Qi 
Enfield Jno. T. Bellamy, Jno. v <'.>illns. 



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Aristides S. Harrison, L. T. Whitaker. 
Enno- B. W. Burt. 

Enochvllle— W. A. Leazar, B. Withers. 
Epsom— Bennett P. Alston. 
Eureka— J. J. Peacock. 
Bvalin— J. V. Williams. 
Fair Bluff— Alva G. Floyd. 
Fairfield— R. M. Cartwright, Norfleet M. 

Gibbs, Jos. A. Mann. 
Fairview— R. W. Cooper, C. M. Mc- 

Faison— Jas. H. Darden, Jno. M. Faison, 
V. N. Seawell. 

Falkland— Jenness Morrill. 

Fall Creek— M. Eugene Street, T. D. 
Tyson. 

Falls— Sanford W. Thompson. 

Fallston— E. A. Houser. 

Farmer— C. H. Lewis. 

Farmington— William G. Johnston. 

Farmville— Jos. N. Bynum, David S. 
Morrill, Sam. Morrill, J. W. West. 

Fayetteville— Thos. D. Haight, Jacob F. 
Highsmith, Henry W. Lilly, J. Vance 
McGougan, Jas. W. McNeill, D. Gilles- 
pie MacKethan, Jno. H. Marsh, P. N. 
Melchor, W. G. Ray. 

Felix— J. M. Cain. 

Finch— Cornelius H. Brantley. 

Flat Rock— Mensminger Allard, M. C. 
King. 

Fletcher— Geo. W. Fletcher, G. W. Hut- 
chinson. 

Flint— L. P. Sorrell. 

Flows— D. W. Flow. 

Fontcol— D. Shaw, W. G. Shaw. 

Forest City— John V. Eaves, Thos. C. 
McBrayer, Gifford E. Young. 

Forestville— Leroy Chappell. 

Fork Church— Chas. F. Anderson. 

Forks of Pigeon— Joseph E. Wilson. 

Four Oaks— D. B. Lassiter, J. D. T. 
Wellons, S. R. Young. 

Francisco— Robert F. Moir, Wm. B. 
Moore. 

Franklin— Jno. H. Fouts, Sam. H. Lyle. 
T. W. McLand, Wiley A. Rogers, F. 
L. Siler. 

Franklinton— Jno. H. Harris, A. R. Win- 
ston. 

Franklinville— Thomas I. Fox. 

Fremont— L. O. Hayes, Geo. W. Lewis, 
Wm. T. Turlington. 

Fulp— Elias Fulp. 

Gap Creek— T. J. Call, W. H. Losance, 
J. S. Hopkins. 

Garner— Braxton Banks. 

Garysburg— Andrew J. Ellis, William R. 
Squire, D. B. Zollicoffer. 

Gastonia— Chas. E. Adams, W. H. 
Crowell, Robt. M. Reid, Jas. M. Sloan, 
Frank G. Wilson. 

Gatesville— C. W. Costen, R. C. Smith, 
G. D. Williams. 

Gem— Edward V. Harbeck. 

Gentry— William A. Payne. 

Germanton— Lauriston H. Hill. 

Gibson— Neil M. McLean, Wm. T. Pate. 

Gibsonville— Harlan P. Bowman, G. E. 
Jordan. 



Gilmer's Store — Millard F. Fox. 

Glady — Frank Broch. 

Glass— James W. Flow. 

Gold Hill— Rufus A. Shimpoch. 

Goldsboro— Sallie Borden, Wm. H. H 
Cobb, Wm. H. Cobb, Jr., Wm. W. 
Faison, A. J. Fordham, Jas. E. Fort, 
Thos. Hill, P. C. Hutton, Clara E. 
Jones, Wm. J. Jones, W. S. Jones, 
Jno. F. Miller, Jas. H. Powell, Marius 
E. Robinson, Roger A. Smith, John 
Spicer, Jno. D. Spicer, Wm. Spicer. 

Gordonton— Ralph S. Baynes. 

Gorman— M. P. Ward. 

Graham— Wm. R. Goley, H. R. Moore, 
J. B. Thompson. 

Granite Falls— Geo. E. Flowers, A. D. 
Jones, Jno. B. Wright. 

Grantham— John B. Kennedy. 

Grassy Creek— W. E. Greer, Thos. E. 
Idol, A. W. Wagg. 

Gravel Springs — James P. Woody. 

Greensboro— A. J. Battle, J. T. Battle, 
Ed. Baum, Wm. P. Beall, Benj. W. 
Best, Jno. G. Brodnax, Jas. E. Brooks, 
Jos. J. Bryan, Jas. L. Bullock, J. 
Elmer Dellinger, M. F. Fox, C. S. Gil- 
mer, Anna M. Grove, Rich. K. Gregory, 
Joy Harris, Wm. H. Hughes, Arthur 
E. Ledbetter, Jno. E. Logan, H. B. 
Marley, Wash. J. Meadors, Ed. R. 
Michaux, Wm. J. Richardson, Robt. L. 
Rierson, Chas. Roberson, Dodson R. 
Schenck, Charles L. Scott, Enoch L. 
Stamey, Jno. Thames, J. Pinkney Tur- 
ner, Buxton B. Williams, Albert R. 
Wilson. 

Greenville— Wm. H. Bagwell, Wm. M. B. 
Brown, Zeno Brown, Chas. O. H. 
Laughinghouse, Elbert A. Moye, Jr., 
Charles J. O'Hagan. 

Grifton — W. W. Dawson, H. Johnson, 
Preston B. Loftin. 

Grimesland — Claude M. Jones. 

Grissom — Ginnada T. Sikes. 

Grover — Alfred F. Hambright, George 
Oates, R. B. Price. 

Guilford College — Jesse F. McCracken, 
Adrian T. Mills, Dalph A. Robeson. 

Gulf— Robert W. Palmer. 

Halewood — Jacob C. Tilson. 

Halifax — Henry B. Ferguson. 

Hall's Mills— Wm. E. Burk, Wm. Davis 
Lovett. 

Hamilton — Henry J. Clarke, Daniel W. 
Lewis, Benj. L. Long, Jno. W. Sherrod. 

Harlowe — C. N. Mason. 

Harmony— Sam. W. Little, W. G. Nichol- 
son, W. L. White. 

Harrelsville — A. H. Askew, W. B. Sharp, 

Harrisburg— S. A. Grier, T. E. Pharr, 
John R. Wilson. 

Haw River— W. P. Knight, J. W. Mc- 
Pherson, Geo. A. Mebane, T. W. Pat- 
terson. 

Hayesville— P. B. Lillian, Wm. E. San- 
derson, J. M. Sullivan. 

Henderson— H. H. Bass, G. Cheatham, 
Wm. T. Cheatham, Robt. J. Gill, Wm. 



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J. Judd, John R. Moss, John H. 
Tucker, Jr. 
Hendersonville— Thos. A. Allen, Geo. H. 

P. Cole, Andrew B. Drafts, Jas. l! 

Egerton, Columbus Few, Jos. G. Wal- 

drop. 
Henrietta— Frank Bright, Romeo Hicks, 

Thomas B. Lovelace. 
Henry— Wm. W. Gilbert, Jas. A. Wray. 
Hertford— T. Shelton McMullan, Wm 

M. Riddick, Robt. W. Smith F A 

Ward. 
Hickory— H. L. Abernathy, W. L. Aber- 

nathy, Rich. B. Baker, J. T. Johnson, 

H. C. Menzie, Edgar R. Russell, B. 

Frank Whiteside. 
Higgins — Cassius H. Morgan. 
Highlands— Wm. H. Anderson, G. W. 

Hayes, Henry T. O'Farrell. 
High Point— L. I. Bodenheimer, J. Woolf 

Burton, Jos. J. Cox, Alphonzo G. Gar- 
land, Wm. J. McAnally, A. L. Mc- 

Canless, J. R. Reitzel, David A. Stan- 
ton, Jas. A. Turner, J. R. Williams. 
Hilliardston— Henry H. Whitaker. 
Hillsboro— C. D. Jones, David C. Parris, 

Wm. Stundwick. 
Hobgood— Kenelon Leggett. 
Holly Springs— B. S. Utley. 
Hominy Creek— B. H. Greenwood, G. H. 

Thrash. 
Hookerton— Grandison C. Edwards, J. R. 

Palmer. 
Hope Mills — Jos. E. Caveness, Jos. C. 

Gilbert, A. McDonald, Wm. G. Ray. 
Hopkins — J. S. Hopkins. 
Hot Springs— Edward Chambers Laird, 

Edward J. Peck. 
Huntersville— Jno. E. T. Davidson, H. K. 

DeArmon, Chas. E. Walker, H. J. 

Walker. 
Huntsville— Jno. J. Clingman, Thos. R. 

Harding. 
Hurdle Mills— Jos. I. Coleman. 
Ingold— Henry isioan. 
Ironduff— T. M. Davis, Robt. E. Medford. 
Iron Station— Augustus Smith, L. G. 

Smith. 
Ivy— Natt. McLean. 
Jackson — Henry W. Lewis. 
Jackson Hill— Alexander Bulla. 
Jacksonville— E. L. Cox, B. L. Kellum, 

R. W. Ward. 
Jamestown— David A. Armfleld, James 

R. Gordon. 
Jamesville— V. S. Hassel, James E. 

Smitherick. 
Teptha— Whitfield Brooks, James A. 

Cannon. 
Terusalem — Alfred W. Wiseman. 
foe — J. Reynolds, J. J. Taylor. 
Johnsons Mills— Joseph E. Nobles. 
Tonesboro— W. Arnold, S. H. Buchanan, 

J. L. Cox, Alex. J. Monroe, Ed. P. 

Snipes, D. McD. Withers. 
Fonesmine — Alson Fuller, R. W. Myers, 
fonesville — John T. Burruss. 
'ugtown— Fred. T. Ford. 
r ulian — James F. Reeves. 
Cenly— Jas. C. Grady, G. A. Hood. 



Kenansville— Jas. \V. Blount, 

Jones. 
Kernersville— Walter C. Ashworth 
Kerr— Charles S. Kerr. 
Kings Mountain— Jacob G. V 

Baxter R. Hunter, J. L. McCay \ 

Quivey. 
Kinston— Henry Otis Hyatt, Jam< 

Parrott. \v. F. Parrott, Johi 

lock, R. Pollock, Leonidae A. Rul 

ford, Rufus H. Temple, Henry Tull v 

E. Weyher, F. H. \v 
Kittrell— Kenneth M. Clark. 

Rowland, Josiah P. Sugg. 
Knap of Reeds— Alfred S. Atwal 
Knob Creek— J. E. Osbon 
LaGrange— J. Milton Hadley, Jam. 

Hodges, C. Ivey, J. M. Klrkpatrlck, J. 

W. Smith-wick. 
Lake Comfort— E. H. Jones. 
Lake Landing— W. V. Bonner, M. ML 

Murray, B. L. Weston. 
Lamar— Benjamin E. Reeves. 
Lanes Creek— James B. Eubanks. 
Lansing— Thomas J. Jones. 
Lattimore — L. V. Lee. 
Laurinburg— Kenneth A. Blue, Geo. I > 

Everington, A. W. Hamer, Peter John. 

D. M. Prince. 
Lawndale— G. M. Gold. 

Leaflet— John A. McDougald, E. Kerner, 

J. A. Morris, Benjamin J. Sapp. 
Leaksville— Anthony B. Johns, Syndor L. 

Martin, Wm. S. Martin, John Swea 

Thomas G. Taylor. 
Leasburg— Jacob A. Thomson. 
Leesville— John B. Brown. 
Leicester— Wm. J. Hughes, J. M. 

ham, Jas. M. Stevens, Danii 1 P. Sum- 

mey. 
Lenoir— J. C. Blair, Albert F. Hom-k, 

Wm. P. Ivey, Alfred A. Kent, Sam. 

Shell, W. H. Wilson. 
Lewiston— Wayland Mitchell, Ch. 

Smallwood. 
Lewisville — John D. Williams. 
Lexington — Eli J. Buchanan, J. Edwin 

Cathell, D. J. Hill, Joel Hill, .1 

Myers. 
Liberty— A. J. Patterson, R. D. i 

terson. 
Lilesville— James E. Kerr. 
Lime Rock — S. A. Moir. 
Lincolnton— Thos. F. Costner, Wm L. 

Crouse, R. B. Killian, T. C. Qulrkl. . 

J. W. Saine, .Joseph S. Wise. 
Linden— F. Smith. 
Lindhurst— Thomas A. Kirkman. 
Linwood— James F. Be-all. J. B. Miller, 
Littleton— Willis Alston, B. Raj 

ing, Louis J. Picot. 
Lockville— P. D. Laster. 
Logan's Store— R. M. M. 

Chapman. 
Long Creek— G. W. Walker. 
Long's Store— S. J. Love. 
Louisburg— S. P. Burt. Ja 

Oren L. Ellis, Ernest S 

E. Malum-, .!. J. Mann. Win. S ' 
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Lowell — Frank Robinson. 
Lowesvillc— James R. Alexander. 
Lucama— W. D. Crocker. 
Lumber Bridge — Thomas Stamps. 
Lumberton— R. F. Lewis, Jno. D. Mc- 
Millan, R. M. Norment, Henry T. Pope, 

Richard G. Rozier. 
Luster— Edwin H. Bowling. 
McAdenville— Lucius N. Glenn, J. Ran- 
dolph Latimer. 
McLeansville— Chas. S. Gilmer, A. P. 

M (-Daniel. 
Macon — Mark P. Perry. 
Madge — Mack Crowell. 
Madison— Chas. McAnally, R. C. Mathe- 

son, H. L. Monk. 
Magnolia— F. H. Arthur. 
Maiden— P. J. Klutz. 
Mangum— Duncan N. Patterson. 
Manteo — Woodson B. Fearing, Franklin 

P. Gates. 
Mapleville— John W. Jackson. 
Margarettsville — Robert H. Stancell. 
Marion — Benj. L. Ashworth, Benj. A. 

Cheek, W. Preston Jones, Guy S. 

Kirby, M. F. Morphew, Geo. I. White. 
Marshall— J. K. Hardwick, F. Roberts. 

Jesse Wallin, Wm. J. Weaver. 
Mars Hill— J. H. Baird, W. F. Robinson. 
Marshville— R. Armfield, Wm. A. Dees. 
Matthews — J. Bruner, Thomas N. Reid. 
Maud— Jeff. D. Bulla, T. L. Winslow. 
Maxton — W. L. Byrns, C. R. Cooper, Jas. 

D. Croom, David McBryde, Henry W. 

McNatt. 
Mayodan— C. G. Carter, John W. Neal. 
Mebane— W. N. Tate, T. S. Vickers. 
Meherrin — Rodney Gary. 
Merry Hill— B. W. Hathaway. 
Middleburg — Wm. McAllister. 
Middletown— Ed. Clark, Oscar H. Gibbs. 
Mill Bridge— E. M. Summerell. 
Miller — Jesse C. Johnston, W. T. Moore. 
Millingport— Daniel P. Whitley. 
Millprong— William J. Gilbert. 
Mill Spring— W. S. Green. 
Mills River— L. L. Johnson, H. C. Jones. 
Milton — Henry H. Dodson. 
Mint Hill— John McC. DeArmon. 
Mocksville— B. C. Clement, M. D. Kim- 

brough, Jas. McGuire, W. C. Martin. 
Monroe— John E. Ashcraft, John M. 

Blair, J. S. Massey, W. D. Pemberton, 

Harry S. Utley, S. J. Welsh. 
Montezuma — C. S. Bumgarner, Walter C. 

Goss. 
Montvale— Christopher Grimshaw. 
Mooresboro — C. O. Champion, Stephen S. 

Royster. 
Mooresville— E. A. Bell, R. J. Caldwell. 

J. R. McLelland, S. W. Stevenson, 

James Young. 
Morehead City— Wm. E. Headen, A. J. 

Mclntyre. 
Morganton — J. R. Anderson, Happer 

Bumgardner, P. P. Larbucher, J. L. 

Laxton, J. J. McCampbell, Geo. H. 

Moran, Patrick L. Murphy, Chas. E. 

Ross, Isaac M. Taylor, Ed. S. Warlick. 
Morrisville — A. Theodore Cotten. 
4. 



Morven— Theo. F. Meisenheimer, Robert 
D. Ross. 

Mount Airy— Ed. W. Allred, Thos. B. 
Ashby, C. L. Banner, E. M. Hollings- 
worth, Jno. B. Hollingsworth. Jos. M. 
Hollingsworth, Robt. E. Hollingsworth, 
Wm. R. Hollingsworth, Wm. G. Taylor, 

Mount Gilead— Charles B. Ingram. 

Mount Holly — E. Crawford Boyte, H. 
M. Eddleman. 

Mount Mourne— J. E. M. Bell, George S. 
Houston, H. Y. Mott, W. B. Mott. 

Mount Olive — Leonard P. Aaron, M. J\ 
Ivery, Jas. W. Kornegay, Wm. C. 
Steele, M. Melnnis Tatum. 

Mount Pleasant— Chas. H. Barnhar'H, 
Paul A. Barrier, Moses A. Foil, J. P. 

A. Haines, Littleberry R. Rose. 
Moyock — S. M. Mann. Fred. W. Ritter. 
Moyton- Sameul H. Crocker. 
Murfreesboro — J. T. Eldridge, Wm. G. 

Freeman. 

Murphy — Jacob F. Abernathy, Sheridan 
C. Heighway, B. B. Maroney, B. May- 
field, J. W. Patton. 

Myatt Mills— Cornelius F. Dowd. 

Nashville— Jas. P. Battle, Jno. T. Strick- 
land. 

New Bern — Jas. H. Benton, Chas. Duffy, 
Jr., Francis Duffy, Leinster Duffy, Jos. 
W. Duguid, Frank W. Hughes, James 

B. Hughes, R. DuVal Jones, Wm. L. 
Lassiter, Robert S. Primrose, Jos. F. 
Rhem, Geo. Slover, Nat. H. Street, 
Josiah M. Ward, C. C. Whitley. 

Newcastle — D. C. Parks, L. P. Somers. 

Newell— W. W. Pharr. 

New House — J. O. Martin. 

New London — J. J. Campbell. 

Newton— Jas. R. Campbell, W. S. David- 
son, Geo. H. West, J. H. Young. 

Newton Grove— H. G. Monk, R. B. 
Wilson. 

Nicholsonville — A. B. Hallan. 

Northbrook — W. A. Thompson. 

North Wilkesboro— Geo. Doughton, Wm. 
P. Horton. 

Norwood— Thomas A. Hatchcock, J. A. 
Tyson. 

Oak Ridge— S. A. Cooks. 

Oak Spring— J. O. Martin. 

Oak Woods— John H. Ellis. 

Ogreeta— W. J. Hammond. 

Old Fort— Whipple W. Clark, Geo. P. 
Reid. 

Old Sparta— John B. Carr. 

Olin— William P. Parks. 

Olive Branch— Jackson L. Bost, H. M. 
Brooks, W. H. Smith. 

Olive Hill— John B. Bradsher. 

Ore Hill— J. C. Kirkman, O. B. Stroud. 

Osbornville — Lee P. Somers. 

Outlaws Bridge— W. J. Jonens, R. G. 
Maxwell. 

Oxford— Stephen D. Booth, Thomas L. 
Booth, Sam. H. Cannady, Geo. A. 
Coggesball, A. J. Dalby, Benj. K. 
Hays, Jno. G. Hunt, Leonidas C. Tay- 
lor, D. C. White, E. T. White, J. B. 
Williams. 



P RACTISING PHYSICIANS AND THEIR Poir^'lT^T 






Palmerville — Benjamin F. Cox. 
Palmyra— W. R. Carson, Lucius C. Coke 
Pantego— E. S. Credle. 
Parmele— L. E. Ricks. 
Patmos— C. W. Roberson. 
Pattersons Bridge— A. R. McFayden. 
Peachland— P. T. Beeman, Wm. W. 

Barrett. 
Pelham — John J. Keesee. 
Penrose— A. E. Lyday, Wm. M. Lyday. 

Petra— B. Flowers, C. Flowers. 

Pilot Mountain— R. E. L. Flippin. Jas. 
B. Smith, N. E. Rierson, D. W. Worth. 

Pinehurst— Frederick W. Bradbury. 

Pineville— Nicholas G. Moore, Wm. K 
Reid. 

Pink Hill— Wm. W. Denny. 

Pioneer Mills— J. C. Black. 

Pittsboro— Hiram T. Chapin, J. B. Mat- 
thews. 

Plum Tree — Charles L. Buchanan. 

Plymouth— Starke Hassell, W. H. Ward. 

Polenta— E. N. Booker. 

Polkton— Dan. M. Smith, Leon. C. Smith. 

Polkville — Valentine J. Palmer. 

Polloksville — George R. Hughes, S. E. 
Koonce, C. J. Mattocks, E. W. Ward. 

Poplar Branch — William T. Griggs. 

Prices Creek— W. C. Tow. 

Princeton — J. C. Strachan. 

Prospect Hill— J. R. Hester. 

Purley — George Gunn. 

Quinerly— William C. Whitfield. 

Raeford — Albert P. Dickson, George A. 
Graham. 

Raleigh— Kemp P. Battle, McDuffie 
Bowen, Alonzo J. Buffaloe, Geo. Davis, 
Ruffin B. Ellis, Andrew W. Goodwin, 
Fabius J. Haywood, Hubert Haywood, 
Peter E. Hines, Chas. L. Jenkins, Ar- 
thur O. Jones, Thos. M. Jordan, Kemp 
P. Battle, Jr., Geo. L. Kirby, Augustus 
W. Kriox, Richard H. Lewis, Robt. S. 
McGeachy, Jas. W. McGee, Jas. W. 
McGee, Jr., Jas. McKee, M. T. Pope, 
Geo. A. Renn, Jas. R. Rogers, Hubert 
A. Royster, W. I. Royster, L. A. 
Scruggs, Jas. A. Sexton, Cyrus Thomp- 
son, Delia Dixon Carroll, James Mc- 
Kee Tucker. 

Ramseur— Stephen W. Caddell, L. M. 
Fox, Charles S. Tate. 

Ranaleburg— John Knox. 

Randleman— W. A. Fox, W. I. Sumner, 
Jesse O. Walker, W. A. Woollen. 

Ranger— C. F. Walker. 

Red Springs— Wm. H. McKinnon, Benj. 
F. McMillan, John L. McMillan, Mar- 
tin McNeill. 

Reepsville— C. H. Hoover, Wm. C. Kizer, 
J. M. Hunter. 

Reidsville — Turner E. Balsey, L. L. 
Brooks, Daniel W. Courts, S. S. Mc- 
Key, Julius C. Mills, Luther L. Sapp, 
J. C. Walton, John A. Williams. 

Resaca— J. F. Maxwell. 

Reynoldson— W. O. P. Lee. 

Richlands — James L. Nicholson. 

Rich Square — Maryland Bolton. 

Riddicksville — Samuel A. Riddick. 



Ridgeway-T. P. Jerman, Wil- 

liams. 

Riley-R. p. Floyd. 
Ringwood-Ilardy Manning, 

Matthi ws. 
Rives Chapel- William l>. Wal 
Roanoke Rapids- Ctaarli irkln 

Roaring River W. s. Osborm 

Pegram. 
Robbinsville-G. C. Davis, .!. It Hi 

Martin T. Maxwell, R, .1 
Roberdcll— T. S. S: 

Robersonville— Robt. H. II 

J. Nelson. 
Rock— A. B. Goodman. 
Rockford— D. F. Holcomb. 
Rockingham— Jas. M. I .,,,. .1 \\ 

Ledbetter, John McQ. Stansill, Wm 

H. Steele. 
Rockwell -L. W. Coleman. I Mc- 

Nairy. 
Rocky Mount— Mark R. Braswell, < 

L. Killebrew, Robt. I!. Mllli 

Shubrick, Frank J .Thorp, J. I'. \\ 

head, Wm. H. Whitehead, G - 1.. 

Wimberly. 
Rocky Point— I. C. M. Loftin, Ellsha 

Porter. 
Rolesville— Martin L. Fowler, Lawi 

B. Young. 
Roper— Benj. F. Halsey, .1. W. Spi I 
Rose Hill— Thomas R. Hatcher. 
Rowland— W. E. Evans, T. A. Norment, 

Howard Rudy, Duncan Sinclair. 
Roxboro— L. H. Hardy, C. Q. N'i 

O. B. Schant, Rutus J. Teaguc E. .1. 

Tucker, James A. Wise. 
Roxobel — Alanson Capehart, I'i 

Jenkins, Ernest Norfli 1 t, 
Rozier— Stephen B. Rozier. 
Ruffin— F. Preston Tucker, C. R. Whar- 
ton, R. G. Wharton. 
Rural Hall— Solomon S. Flynt. 
Rusk — Edmund B. Hampton. 
Rutherfordton — Edgar It. Harris. John 

W. Harris, Worth A. Thompson, Tl 

B. Twitty. 
Rvland— F. A. Ward. 
St. Paul's— T. L. Northrop. 
Salisbury — J. Stephen Brown, Julius \V 

Caldwell, J. B. Council, Wm. L. 

Crump, E. Rose Dorsctt. J. M. Flip 

pin, Isaac II. Foust, Jno. Wesley 1 

Wm. W. McKenzie, E Moore, v. 

A. Newman, Jas. G. I: 

Ernest Stokes, Henry T. Trantbam, 
John Whitehead, J. Thos. Wright, S. 
Pearson Wright. 
Saluda— J. Whittli untleroy, Bid 

B. Goelet, II. De Witt Shan) 
Sandy Grove — Durant H. Albright 
Sandv Mush— Edward V. Harbeck, .1 1: 

Moore, John II. Reynolds, T. P. 

nolds. 
Sandy Ridge— J. 11. Ellington, .1. T 

Stewart. 
Sanford— Isaac M. Lutterloh, Win \ 

Monroe. Herbert C. Williams. 

Sapona Ji sse v. Fitzgerald. 
! Sardis— Lester W. Hunter. 



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Saratoga— Charles B. Walton, Albert 

West. 
Saulston— W. P. Exum. 
Saunders — A. B. Goodman. 
Saxapahaw — E. D. Mann. 
Scotland Neck— Wm. O. McDowell, Jos. 

R. Pope, F. W. Whitehead, Jos. P. 

Wimberley. 
Scottsville— B. Cox Waddell. 
Seaboard— T. O. Joyner, J. N. Ramsay, 

M. R. Stephenson. 
Selma— Richard J. Noble, J. B. Person, 

Jr., John W. Vick. 
Seven Springs— M. W. Parks, Wm. G. 

Sutton. 
Shallotte— John A. McNeill. 
Sharon— W. T. Grigg. 
Shawboro— Wm. H. Crowell, Jr., Henry 

M. Shaw, 
Shelby— W. P. Andrews, Robert C. Ellis, 

B. F. Dixon, Everett B. Lattimore, J. 

H. McBrayer, T. E. McBrayer, R. H. 

Morrison, B. H. Palmer, Rawley M. 

Penick. 
Sherrills Ford— William E. Wilson. 
Shiloh— William D. Kellam. 
Shotwell— B. D. Marshburn. 
Shulls Mills— C. W. Phipps. 
Siler City— J. D. Edwards, G. A. Smith. 
Siloam— S. T. Flippin. 
Simpson's Store— Joseph H. Thacker. 
Sioux — Swin F. Howell. 
Sladesville— O. S. Credle. 
Slate— W. S. King. 
Smithfield— E. Thos. Dickinson, Geo. J. 

Robinson, Lacy D. Wharton. 
Smith Grove — Leonidas H. Cash. 
Snead's Ferry— George J. Dudley. 
Snow Creek — James E. King. 
Snow Hill— Jos. E. Grimsley, Edgar H. 

Sugg. 
Southern Pines — Edwin Gladmon, Wm. 

Lasha, George H. Sadleson, William P. 

Swett. 
South Mills— John H. Pool, John L. 

Lister. 
South Port— Walter G. Curtis, Duncan I. 

Watson. 
Sparkling Catawba Springs— E. O. El- 
liott. 
Sparta— Jas. L. Doughton, G. F. Duncan, 

H. Hanks, Robert Thompson. 
Spencer— G. M. Van Poole, James W. 

Young. 
Spillman — Solucious L. Russell. 
Spilona— D. B. Lassiter. 
Spring Creek— S. B. Woody. 
Spring Hope— Hassell Brantley, Sam. B. 

Dew, William Edwards. 
Staley— W. S. Edwards. 
Stallings— Emmett H. Stallings. 
Stanley— G. J. Atkins, M. C. Hunter. 
Star— James Allen, J. Clegg Hall, John 

B. Shamburger. 
Statesville— Minor R. Adams, Thos. E. 

Anderson, R. A .Campbell, M. W. Hill, 

W. Junius Hill, Geo. W. Long, Henry 

F. Long, A. D. Lord, John E. Mc- 
Laughlin. 
Stedman— E. P. Williams. 



Stem— John W. Booth. 

Stocksville— J. A. Harris. 

Stokes— William E. Warren. 

Stokesdale— J. J. Hilton, C. W. Taylor. 

Stoneville— Thom. A. Boaz, G. M. Ivey, 
Joshua R. Smith. 

Stonewall— G. S. Attmore. 

Stony Point— Archibald Campbell. 

Stony Ridge— Nathaniel A. Wolff. 

Stovall— A. J. Thompson. 

Straits— Richard Letters. 

Sturgills— Leander Pennington. 

Sugar Grove— N. W. Glenn, J. B. Phil- 
lips. Thomas J. Profit. 

Summerfleld— Wm. C. Davis, Joy Harris, 
Hugh Willis. 

Summerville— A. M. McKay, J. H. With- 
ers. 

Sunbury— George C. Brooks, Eugene F. 
Corbell.. 

Supply— D. B. McNeill. 

Swann Station— J. S. Cox. 

Swannanoa— Charles Cliff, R. I. Wilson. 

Sweet Home— Edward S. King. 

Swepsonville— T. R. Williams. 

Sylva — E. L. Addington. 

Tarboro— J. H. Anderson, Jos. H. Baker, 
Julian M. Baker, H. Turner Bass, Sam. 
N. Harrell, John W. Jones, A. S. Mc- 
Millan, Leon E. Norfleet, L. L, Staton, 
Thomas P. Wynn. 

Tarheel— William Willis. 

Taylor— H. F. Freeman. 

Taylorsville— C. J. Carsons, J. C. Jolly, 
T. F. Stevenson. 

Thomasville— J. Bird, C. A. Julian, John 
H. Mock, Robert W. Thomas. 

Thompsonville— Chas. Daligny, Geo. W. 
Norman. 

Tillery- J. C. Hill. 

Timothy— R. H. McLean. 

Tobaccoville— William T. Holt. 

Todd— W. R. Blackburn, W. R. Graham, 
J. F. Lemby. 

Topia— Charles G. Fowlkes. 

Top Sail Sound— L. L. Alexander. 

Townsville — J. H. Alston. 

Trail Branch — J. E. Jarrett. 

Trap Hill— C. Q. Bryan, Tyre York. 

Trenton— R. A. Whitaker. 

Trinity — D. Reid Parker. 

Troutmans— E. E. Klutz, R. W. Mills. 

Troy— Mott P. Blair, S. A. Simmons, A. 
Frank Thompson. 

Tulin— George J. Gouger. 

Tyro Shops— Willis J. Vestal. 

Union— Wm. H. Sears, John W. Taylor. 

Union Ridge — George S. Watson. 

Unionville — George Nance. 

Vanceboro— Frederick L. Potts. 

Vanteen — John A. I. Penny. 

Varina — James M. Judd. 

Vass — James A. Leslie. 

Vineland— Isaac Jackson, H. B. Register. 

Waco — J. F. Beam, Wm. A. Goode. 

Wade— Hugh A. McSwain, Leonard A. 
Muns. 

Wake Forest— Henry H. Harris, Solomon 
P. Holding, Wm. C. Lankford, J. B. 
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PRACTISING PHYSICIANS AND THEIR POST-OFFICES. 






Wadesboro — Edmund S. Ashe, Jos. H. 
Bennett, E. A. Covington, J. M. Cov- 
ington, Wm. A. Ingram, Walter J. 
McLendon, Atlas A. Maynard. 

Walkertown— W. P. Dicks, J. C. Ham- 
mock. 

Wallace — Benjamin R. Graham. 

Walnut Cove — A. G. Jones, Wm. A. 
Lash, T. T. Watkins, Wm. W. Withers. 

Walter— Will B. Crawford. 

Ward's Mill— William J. Montford. 

Warne — John 0. Nichols. 

Warrenton — Simon T. Green, J. G. King, 
P. G. Macon, Arthur S. Pendleton. 

Warsaw — Lafayette Hussey, Wm. P. 
Kennedy. 

Washington — John G. Blount, Jr., Wm. 
A. Blount, E. M. Brown, Jas. M. Gal- 
legher, Jeremiah M. Lloyd, P. A. 
Nicholson, S. T. Nicholson, John C. 
Rodman, David T. Tayloe, Joshua 
Tayloe. 
I Waxhaw— Geo. H. Burgess, Thos. L. 
Doster, S. H. Ezzelle, H. C. Houston, 
J. Victor Hunter, Walter O. Nisbet. 

Waynesville — Rufus L. Allen, H. L. Mc- 
Fadyen, Thos. Stringfield, J. Howell 
Way, Horace N. Wells. 

Weaversford — J. H. Barton. 

Weaverville — Jas. N. Gill, Jas. A. Rea- 
gan, Wm. L. Reagan, Zebulon Robert- 
son, Wm. W. Whittington. 

Webster— Jas. Robert Bell, J. Z. Nichol- 
son, Wm. Self, W. C. Tompkins. 

Weldon— Isaac E. Green, Augustus R. 
Zollicoffer. 
Wentworth— Samuel Ellington. 

West Asheville — Wm. C. Brownson. 

Westbrook— J. D. Devane, D. B. Gil- 
lespie. 

West Durham — Zachary T. Brooks, R. L. 
Holloway. 

Westfield— R. D. Flippin, Sam. Flippin, 
James T. Smith. 

Whitakers— Jas. C. Braswell, W. H. 
Cobb. 

White Store— James A. McRae. 

Whiteville — J. F. Harrell, I. Jackson, N. 
A. Thompson, Cyril G. Wyche. 

Whittier— Robert A. Boyd. 

Wilkes Store — A. C. Brobson. 

Wilkesboro— Frank H. Gilreath, W. C. 
Green, Jas. M. Turner, J .W. White. 

Willard— K. J. Powers. 

Williams Mills— Jas. M. O'Kelly, H. F. 
Wilson. 

Williamston— Wm. H. Harrell, J. B. H. 
Knight. 

Willow Green— Ezekiel H. Hornaday. 

Wilmington— J. H. Alston, Chas. D. Bell, 
Wm. J. H. Bellamy, Chas. P. Bolles, 
Jr., David W. Bullock, Thos. S. Bur- 
bank, Walter C. Galloway, Wright 
Hall, Chas. T. Harper, Andrew H. 
Harriss, Wm. W. Lane, W. H. Lip- 
pitt, Lionel H. Love, Wm. J. Love, 
Alex. D. McDonald, Wm. D. McMil- 
lan, John H. Mask, Thomas R. Mask, 
E. J. Nixon, E. S. Pigford, R. J. 
Price, Frank H. Russell, John T. 



Schonwald, John W. Shell 
Shepard, Wm. F. Stoki . V. 
Geo. G. Thomas, i has. 1'. \\ i 
baker, R Edgar '/.;<■ I 

Wilson— Albert Anderson, Na1 
derson, W. S. A 
Drake, C. D. H. Fort, Needl 
Herring, W. J. Jones, Jr., i 
Moore, Jas. G. Pennlngti ), I". 

Person. .John K. Ruffln. 

Wilton— R. B. Hendi r on, T, B 
rence, Joseph A. Morris. 

Windsor— Henry V. Dunstan, Whitm. 1 
S. Gurley, E. W. Pugh. 

Wingate— \V. .1. Perry. 

Winnie — W. R. And 

Winston-Salen— W. K. And ry T. 

Bahnson, John Bynum, David N 
ton, Alfred P. Davis. Arthur J, 
wards, Jos. P. Fearington, Wm. T. 
Fuller, Ernest M. Grillin. II. II Hall, 
Robert D. Jewett, J. V. Jones. Hi 
S. Lott, Seth J. Montague, Job 
Nicholson, S. Fred. Pfohl, John K. 
Shaffner, Nat. S. Siewers, Chas. L. 
Summers, Henry J. Thomas. 

Winterville— Beriah T. Cox. 

Winton— Starkie S. Daniel, Russell D, 
Holt. 

Wolfsville— T. W. Redwine. 

Woodland— C. F. Griffin. It. W. Joyner. 

Woodleaf— James Heathman. 

Woodville— Thomas M. Riddick. 

Worthville— D. L. Fox, Chas. C .Hub- 
bard. 

Wrendale— Richard H. Speight. 

Yadkinville— Byron B. Hauser, Miles A. 
Royal. 

Yanceyville — Stephen A. Malloy, Wi 
Spencer. 

Yeatesville— C. C. Jackson. 

Youngsville— Peter R. Hatch, Ivy G. 
Riddick. 

STATE LITERARY AND HIS- 
TORICAL ASSOCIATION 

President— Judge Walter Clark. 
leigh. 

First Vice-President- Miss Adelaide I. 
Fries, Salem. 

Second Vice-President— Edward J. 
Hale, Fayetteville. 

Third Vice-President— Chas. P. War- 
ren, Washington. 

Treasurer— II. W. Ja Igb. 

Secretary— Alex. J. Felld, Raleigh. 

CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES. 

Executive Committee W. .1. r 
Raleigh. 

Committee on Literal nn 
D. II. Hill, Raleigh. 

Committee on Historical Mo sum P 
A. Olds, Raleigh. 

Committi e on Librai 
ley, Greensboro. 

Committee on Membership and i 
Organization— Alex. J. Felld, Rail '" 



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PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Alamance— E. S. Parker, Graham; J. A. 
Long, Graham; Heenan Hughes, Gra- 
ham; S. H. Webb, Oaks; C. E. 
McLean, Burlington; W. H. Carroll, 
Burlington; Jas. W. Murray, Burling- 
ton: John M. Cook, Burlington; T. C. 
llnyle, Burlington. 

Alexander — R. Z. Linney, Taylorsville; 
J. L. Gwaltney, Taylorsville; A. C. 
Mcintosh, Taylorsville; R. B. Burke, 
Taylorsville; H. J. Burke, Taylors- 
ville; F. A. Linney, Taylorsville. 

Alleghany— R. A. Doughton, Sparta; W. 
C. Fields, Sparta; T. L. Smith, Sparta. 

Anson— Risden T. Bennett, Wades- 
boro; John T. Bennett, Wadesboro; 
Crawford D. Bennett, Wadesboro; R. 
Eugene Little, Wadesboro; James 
A. Lockhart, Wadesboro; Leonidas D. 
Robinson, Wadesboro; T. L. Caudle, 
Wadesboro; Henry H. McLendon, 
Wadesboro; Fred. Jackson Coxe, 
Wadesboro; Daniel W. Smith. Wades- 
boro. 

Ashe— J. W. Todd, Jefferson; G. W. 
Bowen, Jefferson; Geo. P. Pell, Jeffer- 
son; G. L. Park, Jefferson; J. B. 
Councill, Jefferson; D. A. Davis, Jef- 
ferson; R. H. McNeill, Jefferson; 

Baker, Jefferson; W. R. Lovill, Suther- 
lands; M. Wilbourne, Transon. 

Beaufort— C. F. Warren, Washington; 
J. H. Small, Washington; A. D. Mac- 
Lean, Washington; Stephen C. Bragaw, 
Washington; B. B. Nicholson, Wash- 
ington; W. B. Rodman, Washington; 
W. D. Grimes, Washington; W. S. 
Pendleton, Washington; M. W. Nash, 
Washington; E. S. Simmons, Wash- 
ington. 

Bertie— Francis D. Winston, Windsor; 
James B. Martin, Windsor; St. Leon 
Scull, Windsor; Henry P. Pugh, Wind- 
sor; Walter R. Johnson, Windsor; 
Alexander Lassiter, ^ulander. 

Bladen— C. C. Lyon, Elizabethtown; C. 
M. McLean, Elizabethtown; R. S. 
White, Elizabethtown; H. J. Lyon, 
Elizabethtown; R. H. Lyon, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Brunswick— Eugene DeVaul Guthrie, 
Southport; Edward Henry Cranmer, 
Southport. 

Buncombe— James H. Merrimon, Foster 
Sondley, T. F. Davidson, Locke Craig, 

C. A. Moore, H. B. Carter, Thos. A. 
Jones, J. G. Merrimon, Zeb. Weaver, 
J. McD. Whitson, H. F. Adickes, Jr., 
W. R. Whitson, E. W. Keith, Thos. 
Settle, Mark W. Brown, J. H. Tucker, 
J. D. Murphy, Alf. S. Barnard, Louis 
M. Bourne, Haywood Parker, W. W. 
Jones, Chas. E. Jones, J. S. Adams, R. 
V. Wolfe, Frank Carter, P. H. Reed, 
J. C. Martin, C. A. Webb, W. B. 
Gwyn, J. M. Gudger, Jr., R. M. Wells, 

D. M. Luther, vv. P. Brown, H. C. 
Chedester, Donald Gillis, Geo. A. Shu- | 






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ford, W. E. Shuford, John P. Arthur 
T. H. Cobb, Marable Erwin, V. S 
Lusk, R. S. McCall, Zeb. H. Curtis 
all of Asheville. 

Burke — J. T. Perkins, Morganton; A. C 
Avery, A. C. Avery, Jr., I. T. Avery,: 
W. C. Erwin, W. S.Pearson, S. J, 
Erwin, J. F. Spainhour, John M. Mull, 
M. Silver, Morganton. 

Cabarrus — W. J. Montgomery, Concord 
Paul B. Means, Concord; H. S. Pur 
year, Concord; W. M. Smith, Concord 
W. G. Means, Concord; M. H. Cald 
well, Concord; M. B. Stickley, Con 
cord; L. T. Hartsell, Concord; J. L 
Crowell, Concord. 

Caldwell— W. C. Newland, Lenoir; W. H 
Bower, Lenoir; Lawrence Wakefield 
Lenoir; Edmund Jones, Lenoir; Mark 
Squires, Lenoir; E. A. Poe, Lenoir 
M. N. Harshaw, Lenoir; R. L. Sher 
rill, Lenoir; A. A. Dula, Lenoir; R. B 
Bush, Hudson. 

Camden— C. H. Spencer, South Mills. 

Carteret — C. L. Abernathy, Beaufort. 

Caswell — A. E. Henderson, Yanceyville 
Julius Johnston, Yanceyville; W 
Wilson, Yanceyville; L. M. Warlick 
Milton; G. G. Anderson, Milesville 

Catawba — L. L. Witherspoon, Newton; M 
E. Lowrance, Newton; WalterC. Feim 
ster, Newton; George & C. M. McCor 
kle, Newton ; W. B. Gaither, Newton 
A. P. Lynch, Newton; S. H. Jordan 
Conover; E. B. Cline, Hickory; Self & 
Whiten er, Hickory; M. H. Yountji 
Hickory; Thomas M. Hufham, Hick- 
ory; C. P. Moore, Hickory. 

Chatham — H. A. London, Pittsboro; J 
G. Rencher. Pittsboro; R. H. Hayes 
Pittsboro; J. A. Giles, Pittsboro; T. H 
Calvert, Pittsboro; A. M. Moore, Pitts 
boro; A. P. Gilbert, Siler City. 

Cherokee— Ben. Posey, Murphy; J. H 
Dillard, Murphy; M. W. Bell, Murphy 
E. B. Norvell, Murphy; F. P. Axly 
Murphy: R. L. Cooper, Murphy. 

Chowan— Pruden & Pruden, Edenton; W 
M. Bond, Edenton; C. S. Vann, Eden 
ton, W. J. Leary, Sr., Edenton. 

Clay — O. L. Anderson, Hayesville. 

Cleveland— Webb & Webb (J. L. and E 
Y.), Shelby; Robt. L. Ryburn, Shelby 
J. A. Anthony, Shelby; Gidney & 
Quinn (S. E. Gidney and J. H. Quinn): 
Shelby; Clyde R. Hoey, Shelby; Hj 
Cabaniss, Shelby; E. L. Campbell 
Kings Mountain; D. L. Russell, King: 
Mountain. 

Columbus— David J. Lewis, Whiteville 
James B. Schulken, Whiteville; Wade 
Wishart, Whiteville; Donald McRack 
an, Whiteville; B. F. Stephens, White 
ville. 

Craven — O. H. Guion, New Bern; M. D: 
W. Stevenson, New Bern; W. W 
Clark, New Bern; L. J. Moore, Nev'i 
Bern; P. M. Pearsall, New Bern; Sim 
sons, Pou & Ward, New Bern; D. L 
Ward, New Bern; P. H. Pelletier, Nevi 
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D. Melver, New Bern; R. A. Nunn, New 
Bern; H. C. Wbitehurst, New Bern. 

Cumberland— Cook & MaeKethan (H L. 
Cook, E. R. MaeKethan), Fayetteville; 
Murchison & Pope (I. A. Murchison, 
W. H. Pope), Fayetteville; Robinson 
& Shaw (H. McD. Robinson, John G. 
Shaw), Fayetteville; C. W. Broadfoot, 
Fayetteville; G. M. Rose, Fayetteville; 
N. A. Sinclair, Fayetteville; D. T. 
Oates, Fayetteville; A. S. Hall, Fay- 
etteville; S. M. Wetmore, Fayetteville; 
Q. K. Nimocks, Fayetteville: V. A. 
Bullard, Fayetteville; Z. B. Newton, 
Hope Mills; J. H. Johnson, Hope Mills; 
J. H. Musselwhite, Hope Mills. 

Currituck — A. M. Simmons, Currituck C. 
H. 

(Dare — B. G. Crisp, Manteo. 

(Davidson— F. C. Robbins, Lexington; 
Emory E. Raper, Lexington; S. E. 
Williams, Lexington; R. T. Pickens, 
Lexington. 

Davie— T. B. Bailey, Mocksville; E. L. 
Gaither, Mocksville; Jacob Stewart, 
Mocksville: Thomas N. Chaffin, Mocks- 
ville; E. H. Morris, Mocksville; A. T. 
Grant, Jr., Mocksville. 

■Duplin — H. L. Stevens, Warsaw; L. A. 
Beasley, Kenansville; H. D. Williams, 
Kenansville; D. L. Carlton, Kenans- 
ville; John A. Govin, Kenansville; 
Thad. Jones, Jr., Kenansville. 

Durham— Winston & Fuller (R. W. Win- 
ston. F. L. Fuller), Durham; Guthrie 
& Guthrie (W. A. and W. B. Guthrie), 
Durham; Boone, Bryant & Biggs (R. 
B. Boone. V. S. Bryant, and J. C. 
Biges), Durham; Manning & Foushee 
(J. S. Manning, H. A. Foushee), Dur- 
ham; Graham & Graham (P. C. Gra- 
ham, Durham, and Major John W. 
Graham, Hillsboro), Arthur Cobb, Dur- 
ham; S. M. Holton, Durham. 

EJdgecombe — Fred. Philips, Tarboro; R. 
L. Staton, Tarboro; Henry Johnston, 
Tarboro; James Pender, Tarboro; W. 
O. Howard, Tarboro; R. G. Allbrook, 
Tarboro; Jno. L. Bridgers, Tarboro; G. 
M. T. Fountain, Tarboro; J. R. Gas- 
kill, Tarboro; Don. Gilliam, Tar- 
boro; J. M. Norfleet, Tarboro; H. C. 
Bridges, Tarboro; J. J. Martin, Tar- 
boro; Paul Jones, Tarboro; H. A. Gil- 
liam, Tarboro; W. S. Howard, Tarboro; 
J. H. Baker, Jr., Rocky Mount. 

<B'orsyth— A. H. Eller, Winston: F. Spen- 
cer Blackburn, Wins-ton; Blair & i31aii, 
Winston; J. S. Grogan. Winston: 
Glenn, Manly & Hendren. Winston; W. 
O. Cox, Winston: F. T. Baldwin, Win- 
ston; A. R. Bridgers (col.), Winston; 

E. E. Gray, Winston; Holton & Alex- 
ander, Winston; Benbow & Hall, Win- 
ston; Jones & Patterson, Winston: J. 
S. Fitts (col.), Winston; J. S. Lanier 
(col.), Winston; Mast & Griffith. Win- 
ston: H. D. Sapp, Winston: Watson, 
Buxton & Watson, Winston; H. R. 
Starbuck, Winston; Swink & Swink, 



Winston- .1. M. (. ;,| j r-i | 

nersville. 

Franklin— T. W. Bickett, I. 
M. Cooke, Louisburf 
burg, Louisburg; \Y. \1 . Pi 
burg; W. II. Ruffln, Loul I 
Spruill, Louisburg; R, B, 
Franklinton; T. li .Wilder, Lo 
\V. II. Yarborough, Jr., Lou 

Gaston— Oscar F. Mason, Dalla 
Holland, Dallas; Lucius J. [loll 
Dallas; Win. II. 1,. *\ Is, I 
G. Mangum, Gastonla; it. it. Wll 
Oastonia: U. L. Durl 
P. Cook, Gaston ia; C E Whit 
Bessemer City; I). 1'. Delllni I I 
ry\ ille. 

Gates- L. L. Smith, Gatesville; T. W. 
Costen, Jr., Sunbnry. 

Graham— T. A. Morpbew, Robbinsville' 
A. D. Raby, Robbinsville; I. X. 
Moody, Robbinsville. 

Granville — M. V. Lanier, Oxford; A W. 
Graham, Oxford; B. S. Roy 
ford; F. P. Hobgood, Jr., \. A 

Hicks, Oxford; S. W. Minor. I 
H. M. Shaw, Oxford; W. A. Di 
Oxford; L. C. Edwards, Oxford: T. 
Lanier, Oxford: J. W. Hays, Oxford. 

Greene— Swift Galloway, Snow Hill: I. 
A. Albritton, Snow Hill; Geo. M. Llnd- 
sey, Snow Hill; L. V. Morrill. S 
Hill. 

Guilford -L. M. Scott, Greensboro; R R. 
King, Greensboro; J. A. Barring! r. 
Greensboro; A. M. Scales, Greensl 
Chas. M. Stedman, Gi 
Bynum, Grensboro: W. V. Bynum, 
Greensboro; J. N. Wilson, Gi 
Z. V. Taylor, Greensboro; S. It. Ad 
Grensboro; O. S. Newlin, <:■ 
J. I. Scales, Greensboro; R. D. Di 
las, Greensboro; J. W. Forbls, I 
boro; C. G. Wright, Greensboro: A. W. 
Cooke, Greensboro; B. C. Sbaxpe, 
Greensboro; A. B. Kimball, lit 
boro; A. L. Brooks, Greensboro 
Morehead, Greensboro: .1. N. SU 
Grensboro; J. C. Meekins, Gr< 
Wescott Roberson, High Point; E D. 
Steele, High Point; W. P. Ragan, High 
Point. 

Halifax— T. N. Hill, Halifax; .1. M I 
zard Halifax; E. L. Travis, H 
W. E. Daniel, Weldon; T. <\ H 
son, Weldon; Saiuls Gayle, Roanoke 
Rapids, Claude Kitchen, Si i I 
Neck; W. A. Dunn. Scotland 
R. II. Smith, Scotland Nei k 
Daniel, Littleton; David Bell Enl 
S. S. Also]). Enfield; Howard A 
Littleton. 

Harnett— McLean & Clifford ii> H 
Loan .1. c Clifford), Dunn; SI 
Godwin (W. A. Stewart, II 1- ' 
win), Dunn; Joins & Bullard (P I' 
Jones E. V. Bullard), Duni 
Best, Dunn; cai J. ' 

ton; L. B. Chapin, Sui 

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Waynesville; W. B. & H. R. Ferguson, 
Waynesville; Norwood & Norwood, 
Waynesville; T. L. Green, Waynes- 
ville; Crawford & Hannah, Waynes- 
ville; R. I). Gilmer, Waynesville; 
Moody & Welch, Waynesville; M. L. 
Holcombe, Waynesville; B. H. Kirk- 
patrick, Waynesville; J. W. Stanley, 
Clyde. 

Henderson— S. V. Pickens, Henderson- 
ville; W. A. Smith, Hendersonville; 
Thos. J. Rickman, Hendersonville; A. 
E. Posey, Hendersonville; O. V. F. 
Blythe, Hendersonville; H. S. Ander- 
son, Hendersonville; Henry Twyford, 
Hendersonville; Geo. W. Valentine, 
Hendersonville; Chas. French Toms, 
Hendersonville; H. G. Ewart, Hender- 
sonville; Jas. E. Shipman, Henderson- 
ville; L. A. Holmes, Hendersonville; 
McD. Ray, Hendersonville. 

Hertford— George Cowper, Winton; John 
E. Vann, Winton; R. C. Bridges, Win- 
ton; B. B. Winborne, Murf reesboro ; L. 
J. Lawrence, Murfreesboro. 

Hyde— S. S. Mann, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell— Armfield & Turner, Statesville, 
Long & Nicholson, Statesville; Grier 
& Long, Statesville; Caldwell & Gam- 
ble, Statesville; Armfield & Nattress, 
Statesville; R. B. McLaughlin, States- 
ville; J. B. Connelly, Statesville; W. 
G. Lewis, Statesville; H. Burke, States- 
ville. 

Jackson— C. C. Cowan, Webster, H. C. 
Cowan, Webster; Joseph J. Hooker, 
Webster; Henry G. Robertson, Web- 
ster; Walter E. Moore, Webster. 

Johnston— E. J. Barnes, Kenly; C. W. 
Edgerton, Kenly; J. M. Morgan, Ben- 
son: E. W. Pou, Smithfield; E. S. 
Abell, Smithfield; L. R. Waddell, 
Smithfield; J. A. Wellons, Smithfield; 
W. W. Cole, Smithfield; J. A. Narron, 
Smithfield; J. D. Parker, Smithfield; 
Samuel T. Honeycutt, Smithfield. 

Jones — Thomas D. Warren, Trenton. 

Lenoir— A. J. Loftin, N. Y. Rouse, W. 
D. Pollock, T. C. Wooten, H. E. Shaw, 
Y. T. Ormond. E. R. Wooten, W. A. 
Mitchell, all of Kinston. 

Lincoln— D. W. Robinson, Lincolnton; 

C. E. Childs, Lincolnton; L. B. Wet- 
more, Lincolnton; E. L. Quickel, Lin- 
colnton. 

Macon— K. Elias, Franklin: Jones & 
Johnston, Franklin; Ray & Kelly, 
Franklin; Horn & Mann, Franklin; R. 

D. Leak, Franklin; Henry Stewart, Jr., 
Highlands; S. P. Ravenel, Jr., High- 
lands. 

Madison— John A. Hendricks, Marshall; 
J. C. Pritchard, Marshall; Thos. S. 
Rollins, Marshall; W. W. Zachary, 
Marshall; C. E. Jervis, Barnard; P. 
A. McElroy, Marshall; C. B. Mash- 
burn, Marshall; I. N. Ebbs, Hot 
Springs; Geo. A. Shuford, Asheville; 
V. S. Lusk, Asheville; J. M. Gudger, 
Asheville; Col. J. S. McElroy, Ivy. 

Martin— H. W. Stubbs, Williamston; A. ' 






H. Smith, Williamston; Wheeler Mar 
tin, Wiliamston; G. W. Newell, Wil-j 
liamston; Jos. T. Waldo, Hamilton; 
W. Z. Morton, Robersonville. 

McDowell— E. J. Justice, Marion: P. J. 
Sinclair. Marion; J. L. C. Bird, Marion; 
G. G. Eaves, Marion; James Morris, 
Marion; W. T. Morgan, Marion; D. E. 
Hudgins, Marion; J. W. Pless, Marion; 
W. F. Wood, Marion. 

Mecklenburg— Burwell, Walker & Can- 
sler, Charlotte; Jones & Tillet, Char- 
lotte; Osborne, Maxwell & Kerans, 
Charlotte; McCall & Nixon, Charlotte; 
Clarkson & Duls, Charlotte; H. N. 
Pharr; Charlotte; Jas. A. Bell, Char- : 
lotte; Geo. E. Wilson, Charlotte; Hugh 
W. Harris, Charlotte; George F. Bason, 
Charlotte; F. R. McMinch, Charlotte; 
T. Leroy Kirkpatrick, Charlotte; T. W. 
Hawkins, Charlotte; D. K. Pope, Char- 
lotte; Shannonhouse & Brenizer. Char- 
lotte; D. A. Tedder, Charlotte; T. C. 
Guthrie, Charlotte; Lott W. Hum- 
phrey, Charlotte; John Spence, Char- 
lotte. 

Mitchell— J. W. Bowman, Bakersville; J 
H. Greene, Bakersville; S. J. Blank 
Bakersville; W. L. Lambert, Bakers- 
ville; T. A. Love, Montezuma; Harri- 
son Baird, Elk Park. 

Montgomery — Blair & Luther, Troy; R. 
O. Fry, Troy; R. T. Poole, Troy; Allen 
Jordan, Troy; B. F. Simmons, Troy; 
W. A. Cochran, Troy; J. A. Spence, 
Troy. 

Moore— W. J. Adams, Carthage; J. C. 
Black, Carthage; Jas. D. Mclver, Car- 
thage; U. L. Spence, Carthage; H. F. i 
Seawell, Carthage; Geo. W. McNeill, 
Carthage; W. H. McNeill, Carthage; 
R. L. Burns, Carthage; Geo. H. Hum- 
ber, Carthage; N. M. Dunlay, Curries- 
ville; W. E. Murchison, Jonesboro; 
A. A. F. Seawell, Jonesboro; J. McN. • 
Johnson, Aberdeen; D. E. Mclver, San- 
ford; A. L. McNeill, Sanford; Mel. 
Kennedy, Eagle Springs. 

Nash— R. A. P. Cooley, Nashville; Aus- 
tin & Grantham, Nashville; N. L. 
Eure, Nashville; B. H. Bunn, Rocky 
Mount; Jacob Battle, Rocky Mount; 
T. T. Thorne, Rocky Mount; W. L. 
Thorpe, Rocky Mount; B. F. Taylor, 
Spring Hope; W. S. Bailey, Spring 
Hope. 

New Hanover— Herbert McClammy, Wil- 
mington; A. J. Marshall, Wilmington; 
Bellamy & Bellamy, Wilmington; W. 
J. Bellamy, Wilmington; McNeill & 
Bryan, Wilmington; DuB. Cutlar, Wil- 
mington; E. S. Martin, Wilmington; 
Iredell Mears, Wilmington; Robert 
Ruark, Wilmington; Rountree & Carr, 
Wilmington; J. W. Gore, Jr., Wil- 
mington; Stevens, Beasley & Weeks, 
Wilmington; Junius Davis, Wilming- 
ton; A. M. Waddell, Wilmington; E. 
S. Battle, Wilmington; Bellamy & 
Peschau, Wilmington; V. L. Grady, 
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niiugton; Geo. H. Howell, Wilmington; 
Thos. W. Davis, Wilmington; W. B. 
McKoy, Wilmington; Thomas Evans, 
Wilmington. 

Northampton— R. B. Peebles, Jackson; 
B. S. Gay, Jackson; F. R. Harris, Jack- 
son; C. G. Peebles, Jackson; S. J. Cal- 
vert, Jackson; G. E. Midyette, Jack- 
son; Willis Bagley, Jackson; T. W. 
Mason, Garysburg. 

Onslow— E. M. Koonce, Jacksonville; R. 
Duffy, Chatham Lake; P. D. Koonce, 
Richlands; Frank Thompson, Jack- 
sonville. 

Orange — John W. Graham, Hillsboro; S. 
M. Gattis, Hillsboro; Frank Nash, 
Hillsboro; C. D. Turner, Hillsboro; W. 
W. Mason, Chapel Hill; MacRae & 

; MacRae, Chapel Hill. 

Pamlico— W. T. Caho, Bayboro; H. L. 
Gibbs, Bayboro. 

Pasquotank— E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth 
City: George W. Ward, Elizabeth City; 
J. Hey wood Sawyer, Llizabeth City; 
E. F. & S. S. Lamb, Elizabeth City; 
Frank Vaughan, Elizabeth City; J. B. 
Leigh, Elizabeth City; P. H. Williams, 
Elizabeth City; J. C. Brooks, Elizabeth 
City; C. M. Ferebee, Elizabeth City; 
P. W. McMullan, Elizabeth City; Ros- 
coe W. Turner, Elizabeth City; Wiley 
H. Grandy, Elizabeth City, 
ender— R. G. Grady, Burgaw; J. T. 
Bland, Burgaw; Bruce Williams, Bur- 
gaw. 

'erquimans— T. G. Skinner, Hertford; 
Charles Whedbee, Hertford; Francis 
Picard, Hertford; W. G. Cox, Hert- 
ford. 

'erson— L. M. Carlton, Roxboro; Nathan 
Lunsford, Surl; W. T>. Merritt, Rox- 
boro; W. T. Bradshe>-, Roxboro; C. S. 
Winstead, Roxboro; £•". O. Carver, Rox- 
boro; W. W. Kitchin, Roxboro; A. P. 
Kitchin, Roxboro; J. 3. Merritt, Rox- 
boro. 

itt— Jarvis & Blow, Greenville; Skinner 
& Whedbee, Greenville; Harding & 
Harding, Greenville; F. G. James, 
Greenville; M. R. Eure, Greenville; B. 
\F. Tyson, Greenville; Col. I. A. Sugg, 
Greenville; Fleming & Moore, Green- 
ville; G. B. King, Greenville; E. Victor 
Cox, Ayden; J .J. Perkins, Greenville; 
[W. H. Long, Greenville; Frederick 

■ijohnson, Johnson's Mills. 

iolk—G. C .Justice, Columbus. 

Randolph— M. S. Robins, Asheboro; J. A. 

■Blair, Asheboro; O. J... Sapp, Ashe- 
boro; W. J. Grayson, Asheboro; W. C. 

[ Hammer, Asheboro; J. T. Brittain, 
Asheboro; Wiley Rusn, Asheboro. 
ichmond— Maj. J. D. Shaw, Rocking- 
ham; J. T. LeGrand, Rockingham; 
Cameron Morrison, Rockingham; Paul 
Whitlock, Rockingham; A. S. Dockery, 
Rockingham; Martin Kelly, Rocking- 
tiam; Claude Dockery, Rockingham; A. 
P. Cameron, Rockingham. 
3beson— McLean & McLean, Lumber- 
ion; Proctor & Mclntyre, Lumberton; 






Capt. \v. s. Norment, Lu 

B. .Morrison, Lui , 
Lumberton; I 
Maxton; Neal & Cook, Mi 
McLean, Mi ton; Hi mil 
Red Springs; E. S. Smith, i 
W. R. Braswell, Ashpole. 

Rockingham— Chas. 
isou; R. D. Reid, Wentworth; 
Tannin, Wentworth; II. R 
Reidsville; Thomas S. Ri Id, R 
John T. Pannill, Ri I 
ton, Reidsville. 

Rowan— Lee S. Overman. S 
win C. Gregory, Salisbury; \\ 
Murphy, Salisbury; Tims. II 
ford, Jr., Salisbury; II J. Ovei 
Salisbury; 13, B. Vliller, B 
James H. Horah, Salisbury; Thee 
F. Kluttz, Sr., Salisbury; Tie 
Kluttz, Jr., Salisbury; Char] 
Salisbury; A. H. Price, 
John L. Rendleman, Salisbury; 
J. Stewart, Salisbury; L. H CI 
Salisbury; R. Lee Wright, Salisbury; 
Kerr Craige, Salisbury; T. C. Linn, 
Salisbury; A. S. Heillg, Sail bury; 
John S. Henderson, Salisbury; \\ 
H. Woodson, Salisbury; G. B. 
more, Woodleaf. 

Rutherford— M. H. Justice, Rutherl 
ton; Matthew McBryde, Rutherfordt.iii , 
R. S. Evans, Rui I ton; B. A 

tice, Rutherfordton; S. Gallert, Ruth- 
erfordton; W. F. Rucker, Rutherford- 
ton; G. P. Martin, Rui lierfordton. 

Sampson— Henry E. Faison, Clinton; F. 
R. Cooper, Clinton; John B. 
Clinton; Cyrus M. Paircloth, I 
John D. Kerr, Clin! in; 10. W. I. 
Clinton; George E. Bu ler, Clinton; 11. 
A. Grady, Clinton; J. ,.,. Stewart. Clin- 
ton. 

Scotland— Walter H. Neal, Laurinburg; 
Maxcy L. John, Laurinburg; .l"li 
Shaw, Jr., Laurinburg; Frank I. I 
Laurinburg; W. II . C Inburg. 

Stanly— J. M. Brown, E. 

Austin, Albemarle; J. R. Pri 
marie; R. L. Smith, Ub D, 

Bivins, Albemarle; J. C. Wright, ' 
marie; Zeb. B. Saunders, Albemarle; 
W. D. Bizzell, Norwood. 

Stokes— Andrew H. 
Walter W. King, Danbury; John 
iel Humphreys, Danbury; John Y. 
Phillips, Dalton. 

Surry— J. R. Lewellyn, Dobson; T. W, 
Folger, Dobson; W. L. Reece, Dol 
R. C. Freeman, Dobson; J \1 Bi 
hamer, Dobson: .). i:. McGuffln, Dob- 
son; W. F. Carti r, Mt. Airy; S P. 
Craves. Mt. Airy; George W. Spi i 
Mt. Airy; W. D. Silt r, HI 
Snow, Pilot ! 

Pilot Mountain; W. S Needb 
Mountain; N. E, Bo/1 !S, 
tain ; \'. E. Holi i ' " 

Dobson, Rockford; 1. F. I 

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Leatherwood, Bryson City; A. J. 
Franklin, Bryson City; T. D. Bryson, 
Bryson City: A. S. Patterson, Bryson 
City; F. C. Fisher, Bryson City. 

Transylvania— W. A. Gash, Brevard; W. 
B. Duckworth, BrevarJ; Welch Gallo- 
way, Brevard; Leon Eaglish, Brevard; 
J. A. Forsyth, Brevard. 

Tyrrell— M. Majette, Columbia; T. H. 
Woodley, Columbia. 

Union— Armfield & Williams, Monroe; 
Redwine & Stack, Monroe; Adams & 
Jerome, Monroe; Stevens & Whitaker, 
Monroe; Iredell Hilliard, Monroe. 

Vance— A. C. Zollicoffer, Henderson; T. 
T. Hicks, Henderson; Thomas M. Pitt- 
man, Henderson; A. J. Harris, Hen- 
derson; W. B. Shaw, Henderson; R. S. 
McCoin, Henderson; T. H. Bridgers, 
Henderson; H. T. Powell, Henderson; 
J. Y. Eaton, Henderson. 

Wake— Thomas M. Argo, Raleigh; Moses 
N. Amis, Raleigh; A. B. Andrews, Jr., 
Raleigh; Samuel A.. Ashe, Raleigh; 
Richard H. Battle, Raleigh; Joseph 
B. Batchelor. Raleigh; Bosworth C. 
Beckwith, Raleigh; Claude M. Bernard, 
Raleigh; Edward J. Best, Raleigh; 
Moses A. Bledsoe, Raleigh: Joseph D. 
Boushall, Raleigh; Victor H. Boyden, 
Raleigh; Robert O. Burton, Raleigh; 
Charles M. Busbee, Raleigh; Fabius 
H. Busbee, Raleigh; Perrin Busbee, 
Raleigh; Walter Clark, Raleigh; Wm. 
H. Day, Raleigh; Thomas P. Devereux, 
Raleigh; William C. Douglass, Raleigh; 
Alex. J. Feild, Raleigh; J. H. Flem- 
ing, Raleigh: Bart M. Gatling, Ra- 
leigh; Robert L. Gray, Kaleigh; Robert 
T. Gray, Raleigh; J. C. L. Harris, 
Raleigh; Ernest Haywood, Raleigh; 
John W. Hinsdale, Raleigh; J. Newton 
Holding, Raleigh; Armistead Jones, 
Raleigh; Wesley N. Jones, Raleigh; 
Robert C. Lawrence, Raleigh; Ernest 
P. Maynard, Raleigh; Cameron F. Mc- 
Rae, Raleigh; Walter A. Montgomery, 
Raleigh; Samuel F. Mordecal, Raleigh; 
Herbert E. Norris, Raleigh; William J. 
Peele, Raleigh; James H. Pou, Ra- 
leigh; Thomas R. Purneil, Raleigh; S. 
G. Ryan, Raleigh; A. W. Shaffer, Ra- 
leigh; James E. Shepherd, Raleigh; S. 
Brown Shepherd, Raleigh: F. M. Sim- 
mons, Raleigh; Robert N. Sims, Ra- 
leigh; Ed. Chambers Smith, Raleigh; 
William B. Snow, Raleigh ; Alexander 
B. Stronach, Raleig'i; Robert C. 
Strong, Raleigh; Walter L. Watson, 
Raleigh; Charles D. Wildes, Raleigh; 
Spier Whitaker, Raleigh; Thomas B. 
Womack, Raleigh; E. A. Johnson (col- 
ored), Raleigh; David P. Lane (col- 
ored), Raleigh; N. Y. Gulley, Wake 
Forest. 
Warren — Henry A. Boyd, Warrenton; 
Cook & Green, Warrenton: John H. 
Kerr, Warrenton; Samuel G. Daniel, 
Littleton; Tasker Toik, Warrenton; 
Rufus A. Hawkins, Warrenton. 
Washington — A. D. Gaylord, Plymouth; 



S. B. Spruill, Plymouth; H. S. Wan 
Plymouth. 

Watauga— E. F. Lovill, Boone; E. 
Coffey, Boone; J. C. Fletcher, Boone. 

Wayne — Isaac F. Dovteh, Goldsbon 
Aycock & Daniels, Goldsboro; All( 
Dortch, Goldsboro; W. C. Munro' 
Goldsboro; S. W. Isler, Goldsboro; j\ 

C. Davis, Goldsboro; H. B. Parker, Ji 
Goldsboro; George E. Hood, Goldsbon 

A. S. Grady, Mt. Olive. 
Wilkes— Finley & Greene, Wilkesbon 

Davis & Graham, Wilkesboro; Jam 
W. McNiel, Wilkesboro; W. W. Ba: 
ber, Wilkesboro; John S. Crano! 
Wilkesboro; R. M. Hacket, Wilke 
boro; F. B. Hendren, Wilkesboro; 

D. Hacket, Wilkesboro; T. J. Dul 
Wilkesboro; L. N. Hickerson, Nor 
Wilkesboro. 

Wilson— H. G. Connor & Son, Wilso 
Geo. W. Connor, Wilson; W. A. Fine 
Wilson; S. G. Mewborn, Wilson; J. 
Uzzell, Wilson; C. C. Caniels, Wilso 

D. Worthington, Wilson; John 
Woodard, Wilson; I'. A. & S. 
Woodard, Wilson; John F. Brute 
Wilson; Deans & Cantwell, Wilson 

Yadkin— E. D. Stanford, Yadkinville; 

B. Benbow, Yadkinville; J. Q. Holtc 
Yadkinville; D. M. P.eece, Yadkinvil 
R. C. Puryear, Yadkinville; H. 
Williams, East Bend; F. W. Haymi 
Hamptonville. 

Yancey— E. F. Watson, Burnsville 

E. Gardener, Burnsville; A. B. Bi 
ant, Burnsville. 

State Tobacco Growers' Associatic 



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President — J. Bryan Grimes, Grimi 
land. 

Vice-President— J. B. Phillips, Batfc 
boro. 

Secretary— T. B. Parker, Hillsboro. | 

Treasurer — W. B. Upchurch, Morr 
ville. 

Executive Committee — Colonel R 
Wharton, Washington; Dr. R. 
Speight, Wrendale; R. H. Ricks, Roo 
Mount; H. H. Knight, Eagle Rock; 
L. Kennedy, Falling Creek; Gen. T, 
Toon, Lumberton; Dr. Elias Fulp, Fu 
W. L. Bouldin, Archdale. 

State Horticultural Society 

J. Van Lindley, President. Pomona 

Prof. W. F. Massey, Vice-Presid 
Raleigh. 

Franklin Sherman, Secretary 
Treasurer, Raleigh. 

District Vice Presidents— George I 
Boggs, Livingston; O. Warren, Gr«( 
ville; J. S. Westbrook, Faison; O 
Blacknall, Kittrell ; D. E. Parker, ( 
ham; C. R. B. Caldwell, Charlotte; 
Bahnson, Salem. 

Executive Committee — B. Von Hi 
Southern Pines: P. H. Beck, Soutl 
Pines; J. D. Gulliver, Asheville; J 
Lindley, Pomona; Franklin Shern 
Raleigh. 



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TATE DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 

President, E. J. Tucker, Roxboro. 

First Vice-President, W. B. Ramsay, 

ckory. 

Second Vice-President, I. H. Davis, 

cford . 

[Secretary, J. S. Spurgeon, Hillsboro. 
[rreasurer, D. L. James, Greenville. 
Essayist, N. G. Carroll, Raleigh. 

EXAMINING BOARD. 

7. E. Turner, President, Raleigh. 

R. H. Jones, Secretary, Winston. 

3. P .Hilliard, Rocky Mount. 

T. M. Hunter, Payetteville. 

3. A. Bland, Charlotte. 

'. E. Mathews, Wilmington. 



Practising Dentists. 



bemarle— S. B. Klutz, 
toeville— J. W. Foreman, J. A. Gorman, 
f. F. Ramsey. 

rlington— E. A. Crawford, R. M. Mor- 
o\v. 

rthage— J. H. Judd. 
arlotte — S. O. Brooks, C. L. Alexander, 
A. A. Bland, E. P. Keerans, C. A. 
?Iand. 

dar Grove— C. B. Hall, 
nton— C. S. Boyette. 
Dcord — H. C. Herring, 
nn— J. C. Goodwin, 
rham— J. T. McCracken, Wm. Lynch, 
i. B. Henderson, I. N. Carr. 
zabeth City— J. H. White, 
to — H. J. Pringle. 
yetteville— George B. Patterson, E. L. 
;Iunter, T. M. Hunter, J. S. Betts. 
tadale— J. C. Osborne. 
Idsboro — Frank Boyette, J. M. Parker. 
;ensboro— J. E. Wyche, G. W. Whit- 
ett, J. H. Wheeler, W. W. Rowe. 
enville— D. L .James, R. L. Carr. 
ndersonville— C. D. Livingston, 
nderson— F. S. Harris. 
i?h Point— A. E. Frazier, H. C. Pitts, 
ikory— W. B. Ramsey, 
lsboro— J. S. Spurgeon. 
esboro— J. A. Ballentine. 
irinburg— W. T. Herndon, C. T. 
[awes. 

iston— H. D. Harper, 
cington— J. M. Riley. 
- loir— J. K. Moose. 

iksville— E. E. Richardson, 
colnton— L. S. Ford, 
tleton— E. A. Perry, 
rion— J. G. Reid, J. C. Sinclair, 
nberton— J. D. Rigan, C. W. Regan. 
,-ganton— I. P. Jeter, 
iisburg— D. T. Smithwick. 
Airy— C. W. Banner, J. E. Banner, 
ton— J. S. Hurdle, 
vton— J. B. Little, 
cton Grove— L.L. Dameron, Jr. 
ivbern— J. H. Benton, E. H. Gold- 
:rg. 
ord— T. H. Davis. 



Raleigh— J. H. Crawford. D E V , 
Joel Whitakcr, N. G. Carroll 
Fleming, Charles R. Turner \ 
Turner. 

Reidsville— C. A. Rominger 

Rocky Mount— J. J. Battle S P Hil- 
liard, C. D. Sadler. 

Roxboro— E. J. Tucker. 

Rockingham— II. D. Cole. 

Rutherfordton— L. G. Reid. 

Salisbury— R. L. Ramsey, J. p. Griffith 
A. H. Dreber. 

Sanford— F. \V. McCracken 

Shelby— J. K. Osborne, 

Statesville-L. White. 

Tarboro— C. A. Whitehead. 

Trinity College— F. C. Frazier, 

Washington— H. Snell. 

Waynesville— B. F. Smathers. 

Weldon— T. T. Ross. 

Wbiteville— W. Ross Davis, X. M. Cul- 
breth. 

Williamston— John D. Biggs, Jr. 

Wilmington— J. II. Durham, A. M. Bald- 
win, J. E. Mathers, M. II. P. Clark. 

Wilson— E. K. Wright, C. A. Thompson, 
R. W. Joyner. 

Winston— P. E. Horton, W. J. Conrad, 
R. H. Jones, W. V. Horton, C. J. Wat- 
kins. 

Woodland — J. M. Jacobs. 

STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President— Rev. T. N. Ivey, D. D., Ra- 
leigh. 

Vice-Presidents— J. G. Boylin, Wades- 
boro; G. L. Hackney, Asheville; 
Robinson, Durham. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John I!. Sin r- 
rill, Concord. 

Historian — C. L. Stevens, New Bern. 

Orator — Rev. J. C. Troy, Jonesboro. 

Poet — J. D. Boone, Waynesville. 

Executive Committee — Rev. I >r. T. X. 
Ivey, Raleigh; J. B. Sherrill. I 
H. A. London, Pittsbom; Thad Et, 
Manning, Henderson; J .11. Whltaker, 
Jr., Winston; R. R. Clark. Statesville; 
R. A. Deal, Wilkesboro. 

Fish and Fisheries. 

The catch of fish by fisheries in North 
Carolina aggregates 64,234,257 poll 
valued at $3,316,017. In one car 19,2 
menhaden were caught. The value o( 
the manufactured product was $35,627. 
In 1897 the number of shad taken 
2,170,800. The number varies from one 
and a half millions to two and a half 
millions per year. 

Persons employed In fishing mo 
12,045; capital Invested, $1,218,459 
of shad caught, $362. Ml: valm 
$241,099; alewives, $127,055; Bqu 
$95,219; mullet, $90.::::s: strip 
$58,035; blue fish, $46,752; clam 
Fishing for market la confined 
counties. 



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Religious Denominations* 

c5* (,5* t^* 

BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Number of Associations, 55; number of churches, 1,668; total membership 
Sunday schools, 1,485; enrollment, 104,502; value of church property, 51,154, 
gregate contributions, $266,598.33. 

President State Convention— Rev. R. H. Marsh, D. D., Oxford. 

Secretary State Convention— Mr. N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary— L. Johnson, Raleigh. 

Educational Secretary— O. L. Stringfield, Raleigh. 

Sunday School Secretary— B. W. Spilman, Raleigh. 



166,0] 
997 






Adams, E. J., Richmond- 
hill. 

Adams, G. W., Fairplains. 

Adams, J. J., Clinton. 

Adams, J. Q., Reidsville. 

Adams, M. A., Lyon. 
• Aden, Jos., Bayboro. 

Albritton, J. T., Mt. Olive. 

Alderman, J. M., Lima. 

Alderman, J. O., Edenton. 

Alexander, M. P., Cashiers 
Valley. 

Allison, E., Brevard. 

Aman, D. F., Marines. 

Amnions, J. A., Needmore. 

Anderson, C. J. F., Hert- 
ford. 

Anderson, E. F., Transon. 

Anderson, J. W., Asheville. 

Angel, Jas. J., Boonville. 

Arlington, C. C, Shelton. 

Arlington, T. F., Waynes- 
ville. 

Atkinson, J. W., Neuse. 

Austin, D. M., Charlotte. 

Ayres, W. A., Bethel. 

Bailey, L. J., Walnutrun. 

Baldwin, M., Huntsville. 

Baldwin, T. M., Rice. 

Ballard, J. M., Doolie. 

Ballard, W. S., Clarkton. 

Barnes, K., Sterling. 

Barnes, S. B., Branning. 

Barron, A. C, D. D., Char- 
lotte. 

Beach, J. J., Moravian 
Falls. 

Beach, W. R., Kingscreek. 

Beam, J. A., Bethel Hill. 

Beamer. W. H., Pineridge. 

Beard, C. E., Winnie. 

Beaver, C. E.. Maiden. 

Bi ck, A. L., Oconalufty. 
A. W., Penrose. 

Bennett, J. L., Marshville. 

Bennett, J. M., Church- 
land. 

Bennett, S. W., Lilesville. 

Bilbro, W. T., Ayden. 

Bivans, J. A., Monroe. 

Black, C. J., Silver. 

Blackwell, C. S., D. D., 
Wilmington. 



LIST OF PASTORS. 

Blalock, J. G., Whiteville. 

Blanchard, C. W., Kinston. 

Blanton, J. C, Fancy. 

Blevins, Cally, Ira. 

Blevins, E., Blevins. 

Blevins, S., Dehart. 

Booth, J. N., Greenville. 

Boren, W. C, Galloway. 

Bostick, W. D., Rock- 
spring. 

Bostick, W. M., Onvil. 

Bradley, J. A., Sexton. 

Bradley, W. L., Etna. 

Bradley, W. T., Morgan- 
hill. 

Bradshaw, Theo., Cora. 

Bradshaw. W. R., North 
YVilkesboro. 

Brantley, J. P., Perth. 

Brav. G. N., Henderson. 

Bridges, B. M., Lattimore. 

Bridges, D. P., Lincolnton. 

Briggs, J. W., Mars Hill. 

Bright, A., Spring Creek. 

Bright, T., Murphy. 

Brindle, J. A., WakeForest. 

Brisson, W. L., Dublin. 

Bristow, S. F., Colerain. 

Britt, D. C, Pittsboro. 

Brooks, C. V., Lemon 
Springs. 

Brooks, E. M., Hyatt. 

Brookshire, J. L., Flat- 
rock. 

Brown, Asa, Riverside. 

Brown, C. C, Mount Airy. 

Brown. G. W., New Hope. 

Brown, H. A., D. D., Win- 
ston-Salem. 

Brown, J. W., Dockery. 

Brown, T. L., Mills River. 

Brunt. Wm., Winnie. 

Bullock, C. P., Clarendon. 

Bumgardner, A. B., Caesar. 

Bumgardner, W. J., Swan- 
ner. 

Burcham, G. M., Eklin. 

Burchett, J. W., Rondo. 

Burrell, J. C, Hayesville. 

Butler, A. A., Raleigh. 

Byrd, R. L., Tolarsville. 

Caines, J. T., Shallotte. 

Caines, W. J., Shallotte. 



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Caldwell, M. R., Dellwood 
Cale, Dancy, Potecasi. 
Calhoun, T. J., Medlin. | 
Calloway, J. N., Jeffersoii 
Campbell, A. N„ Bui 

Creek. 
Campbell, J. A., Buijl 

Campbell, N., Thaxton. 
Carawan, W. R., Rosebajl 
Carlton, W. F., Reddi! 

River. 
Carrick, Thos., Randlemaj 
Carroll, L. R., Warsaw. | 
Carroll, R. D., Davis. 
Carter, A. B., Lem 

Springs. 
Carter, Henry, Garland. 
Carter, I. M., Bernice. 
Cashwell, R. N., Parktor 
Cashwell, S. C, Clevela 

Mills. 
Caudle, A. B., Wingate. 
Caudle, T. A., Crossroa 

Church. 
Chapoell, L. N., Graham 
Chappell, W. Y., Flint. 
Cheek, F. B., Whitehead 
Chitty, J. B., Winton. 
Church, G. H., Burlingtor, 
Church, W. N. Summit. 
Cleveland, F. L., Char 

Hill. 
Clubb, Clayton, Sexton. 
Cobb, J. W., Lumb 

Bridge. 
Cobb, N. B., D. D., Ha 

rclls Store. 
Collcy, J. D., Newfound. 
Comer, W. T., Lovelace. 
Compton, M. C, Clydp. , 
Connor, W. E., Quallatowr 
Conway, W. W., Baton. J 
Cook, J. H., Lark. 
Coppedge, G. W., Wak;. 

field. 
Cordell, J. C, Asheville. 
Corpenning, J. S., Ys'as' 

ington. 
Corum, R. P., Boonville 
Cothran, Grant, Traphilll 
Crabtree, W. A., Arlingtcta 
Craig, Braxton, Tarboro. ■ 

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BAPTIST PREACHERS AND THEIR POST-OFFICES. 






•ee, A., Littleton, 
reech, Worley, Micro, 
•ews, R. W., Germanton. 
j-isp, E. D., Upton, 
isp, J. F., Lenoir, 
■isp, R. H., Dorsey. 
ocker, W. E., Shelby, 
oss, R. D., Ahoskie. 
oxton, A. M., Monroe, 
lillom, W. R., Wake 
Forest. 

inningham, H. A., Swain, 
jirtis, F. O. S., Laurin- 
burg. 

irtis, I/. M., Aulander. 
irtis, O. F., Maxton. 
avenport, J. E. M., Coin- 
jock. 

ivis, A. C, Olivebranch. 
ivis, D. C, Covecreek. 
i^ris, J. F., Palmerville. 
ivis, M. P., Lagrange, 
kvis, P. S. C, Elizabeth 
City. 

ivis, W. H., Troy, 
venney, J. V., Buies 
3reek. 

sweese, E. A., Culberson, 
etz, T. F., Dillsboro. 
son, L. R., Goldston. 
xon, T., Shelby. 
ibson, J. H., Atkinson. 
lUglas, J. J., Wilson, 
well, G. J., Lumberton. 
iwney, J. W., Buchanan, 
ike, G. M., Dukes, 
mean, J. W., Ledger, 
mean, T. M., Beaver- 
;reek. 

lrhani, C. H., Asheville. 
ton, L. A., Swepson- 
ille. 

mondson, J. T., Little- 
on. 

[wards, A. C, Leicester, 
wards, C. E.. Seaboard, 
wards, E. J., Southport. 
wards, O. T., Mt. Ver- 
lon Springs. 

wards, W. H., Durham, 
en, M. H., Durham. 
ler, G. W., Jefferson. 
Her, J. F., Sweetwater, 
iott, Josiah, Hertford, 
rthing, C. S., Hattie. 
irthing, J. H., Hattie. 
rthing, R. M., Burns- 
ille. 

rebee, J. B., Elizabeth- 
"ity. 

?lds, C. F., Elkin. 
ich, G. L., Carthage. 
j feher, J. G., Roslin. 
;ming, J. M., Lumberton. 
ntaine, P. H., Bethel 
till. 

rd.'T. N., Otto. . 
ster, J. A., Glass, 
x, S. L., Hagaman. 
aeman, A. J., Bladen- 



oro. 



Gentry, S. E., Dobson. 
Gibbs, N. H., Benson. 
Gilbert, R. H., Windsor. 
Gilbert, R. M., Dimsdale. 
Gilmore, S., Goldston. 
Glenn, W. H., Grigsby. 
Glidewell, C. W., Tuttle. 
Goforth, M. A., Little Pine- 
creek. 
Goforth, S. S., Lovelace. 
Goode, J. M., Mooresboro. 
Gooden, A. H., Bryants- 

ville. 
Gouge, J. A., Bandana. 
Gragg, E. M., Foscoe. 
Graham, H. W., Swan 

Station. 
Gray, J .J., Bowmans 

Bluff. 
Greaves, C. L., Rocking- 
ham. 
Green, B. P., Byarsville. 
Greene, David, Norris. 
Greene, D. A., Bakersville. 
Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 
Greene, M. L., Ahoskii>. 
Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 
Griffin, J. Z., Baton. 
Gwaltney, J. P., Mt. Pis- 

gah. 
Gwaltney, J. S., Cora. 
Gwaltney, L. P., Vashti. 
Gwaltney, W. R., D. D., 

Hickory. 
Gwyn, E. N., Buckshoal. 
Hackney, J. A., Greensboro. 
Hagaman, J. P., Boone. 
Hall, Thos. B., Dismal. 
Hamilton, R. F., Osteen. 
Hamrick, B. M., Ruther- 

fordton. 
Hamrick, G. P., Boiling 

Springs. 
Hamrick, J. M., Fairvicw. 
Hamrick, W. C., Almond. 
Hardaway, J. S., Oxford. 
Hare, P. H., Fleetwood. 
Harmon, A. J., Sugargrove. 
Harmon, G. W., Ramseur. 
Harrell, E. J., Aulander. 
Harnley, A. H., New Bern. 
Harrell, G. P., Murfre 

boro. 
Harrell, H. D., Forest City 
Harrell, J. B., Magnolia. 
Harrell, Z. D., Ellenboro. 
Harrington, E. P., Mission. 
Harris, B. B., Dysortville. 
Harris, D. J., Yanceyvill- 
Harris, E. R., Wake 

Forest. 
Harris, J. M., Dogwood. 
Hartland, J. M., Dogwood. 
Hawkins, R. M., Sharon. 
Haymore, C. C, Mount 

Airy. 
Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
Haynes, W. L., Nanito. 
Hedgepeth, I. P., Lumberton 
Hedgepeth, R. A., Autl 

ville. 



Henderson, G. \V 

II.. Wll 
ton. 
Hewitt, D. L.. Shall-' 
Hewlett, R. H . " 

Hildreth, .1. II.. Will 

tun. 

Hilliard, .1. M., 

Point. 

Hocutt, .1 C , On 

Hocutt, i E., Spi 

Hot,'.'. I : I 
link' . B. I. . I 
tain. 

ir, 10.. Pi 

ir, 1., Era 

Holleman, .1. M., A 

Hollifleld, A. P., Bo 

Holtzclaw, T. •'.. 

fork. 

i ycutt, it . Clinton, 
ycutt, W. II 
Hooper, L. W., 

Horner, K. C, Hai 
( Jross-roads. 

Horrell, R. W., St Paul's. 

Horton, W. P.. Perry. 

Howell, A. T.. Lenoir. 
le, J. A., Maiden. 

Hudgins, Rich., P. - 

Hughes, John. Benham. 

Hull. W. P.. i 

Humphrey, W. A.. Orrum. 

Hunt, A., Gambh 

Hunter, A D., Cary. 

Huntley, W. wal- 

low. 

Hutchinson, J. S., 
forks. 

Hyde. ||. h.. Bryson City, 

Ingram, II. M . Pekin. 

Irvin, A. ( ' P 

on. Elb it. 

Jackson, J. I 

Jackson, W. W., Flint. 

James, R. 11.. ' 

Jameson, W. M . 
hai 

Jarvis, P. P., Ad] 

Johnson, i '. I. . D 

Ville. 

Johnson, .1. i 

cove. 
Johnson, L., Rail 
Johnson. W. N., W. I.: 
Jolly, Jno 
Joni s, P. II lie, 

. Win I I 
Jones, ,T. William, 1' 

iel Hill 
Jordan, .1. R 

Ville. 

■ . \V , I ' ' 
Justice, \ I . i' 
Justice 

Ki i ler, S. [., I 



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BAPTIST PREACHERS AND THEIR POST-OFFICES. 



Kestler, M. L., Rocky- 
Mount. 

King, J. D., Swannanoa. 

King, T. C, Riceville. 

Kinsland, J. L., Crawford. 

Kirk. J. T., Traphill. 

Knight, W. F., Blowing 
Rock. 

Kuykendall, W. L., Sa- 
luda. 

Lane, J. L., Summerfield. 

Lanning, Jeff., Denton. 

Larkins, J. D., Warsaw. 

Lawhon, W. H. H., Law- 
hon. 

Leach, M. J., Lassiter. 

Leggatt, B., Windsor. 

Lennon, J. P., Applewhite. 

Lewellen, J. H., Dobson. 

Lewis, John, Clayton. 

Liday, L. M., Montvale. 

Lightfoot, E. M., Waynes- 
ville. 

Limrick, R. L., Shelby. 

Little, J. W., Walkup. 

Little, T. P., Marshvllle. 

Little, Wm., Lanes Creek. 

Little, W. F., Zoar. 

Loftus, R. M., Culler. 

Lynch, J. W., Wake 
Forest. 

Marsh, A., Marshville. 

Marsh, R. H., D. D., Ox- 
ford. 

Marshall, A. A., D. D., Ra- 
leigh. 

Martin, C. F., Ballew. 

Martin, L. J., Creedmoor. 

Martin, W. N., Mascot. 

Mason, B. K., Williamston. 

Matthews, B. H., Norwood. 

May, G. W., Wake Forest. 

May, S. S., Crossroads Ch. 

McClure, W. B., Alexis. 

McCurry, J. H., Little 
Pinecreek. 

McDuffie, J. F., University 
Station. 

Mcintosh, C. M., Clement. 

McKaughan, J. A., Albe- 
marle. 

McKinney, C. H., Bakers- 
ville. 

McLeod, Duncan, Selma. 

MeNeil, M., Wilkesboro. 

Meeks, O. P., Clinton. 

Melton, W. H., Kapps 
Mill. 

Melvin, W. S., Winnie. 

Merrell, G. L., Hobgood. 

Metcalf, C. C, Paintfork. 

Mikel, C. M., Bud. 

Mikel, W. H., Tracy. 

Miller, Dan. L., Highlands. 

Miller, I. C, Buffalo Cove. 

Miller, J. R., Fairgrove. 

Milliken, C, Ash. 

Milliken, Nathan, Ash. 

Montague, E. J., Allens- 
ville. 

Moore, H. C, New Bern. 
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Moore, I. F., Clyde. 

Moore, J. D., Red Spgs. 

Morgan, W. C, Robbins- 
ville. 

Morris, H., Palmerville. 

Morton, D. S., Whitley. 

Morton, W. B., Roxboro. 

Morton, W. G., Albemarle. 

Moss, T. J., Forest City. 

Mull, W. B., Campcreek. 

Mullinax, T. H., Grover. 

Munn, D. C, Flinty. 

Murchison, C. M., Pene- 
lope. 

Myers, T. C, Martin. 

Myers, W. A., Osborn- 
ville. 

Naugle, J. B., Micaville. 

Naylor, M. W., Giles Mills. 

Nelson, J. H., Patterson. 

Newton, I. T., Brevard. 

Newton, J. B., Aulander. 

Newton, W. C, Goldsboro. 

Nichols, W. E., Tracadia. 

Noble, J. W., Kenly. 

Norris, John, Sweetwater. 

Norton, J .E., Jarretts. 

Nowell, W. C, Nashville. 

Oldham, S. W., Grotto. 

Olive, W. S., Apex. 

Oliver, P., Dalton. 

Orr, G.W., Robbinsville. 

Orr, N. A., Stecoah. 

Overby, L. W., Macon. 

Overby, R. R., D. D., Bel- 
cross. 

Overton, S. B., Gregory. 

Owen, J. R., Hogback. 

Owen, J. L., Glenville. 

Owen, S. C, Candler. 

Page, Wiley M., Falcon. 

Painter, J. B., Juno. 

Palmer, R. L., Leander. 

Pardue, A. T., Adley. 

Parker, J. C. D., Durham. 

P&rish, M. E., Salisbury. 

Patton, R. L., Morganton. 

Paul. C. B., Swansboro. 

Payne, J. M., Blowing Rock. 

Payseur, J. J., Wilmington. 

Peek, I. T., Callasaja. 

Penick, W. S., D. D., Eliza- 
beth City. 

Pennell, A. M., Avilla. 

Pernell, M. R., Franklinton. 

Phillips, J. B., Collettsville. 

Phillips, Wm., Mountairy. 

Pierce, E. S., Merryhill. 

Pippin, A. A., Wakefield. 

Pittman, A. E. C, Rennert. 

Pittman, A. R., Rennert. 

Piatt, J. T., Warne. 

Plemmons, B. B., Spring 
Creek. 

Poe, E. A., Cora. 

Pool, D. W., Vashti. 

Pool, E. Y., Bethel Hill. 

Porter, A. H., Orton. 

Porter, S. J., Fayetteville. 

Potter, J. W., Elkpark. 

Powell, J. W. Rocky Mount. 



Powers, J. H., Mount Airfl 
Prevatt, F. A., Lumberto 
Prevatt, John, Salernburg 
Pridgeon, Moses, Fairblui 
Proffitt, M. S., Democrat. 
Pruett, Julius, Kings Moui 

tain. 
Pruett, L. R., Charlotte. 
Pruitt, Wm., Robbinsville 
Puiliam, J. G., Lenoir. 
Putnam, D. F., Cherry vill 
Putnam, J. W., Magnetil 

City. 
Queen, A. C, Tuckaseige 
Queen, B. N., Cathey. 
Ramsbottom, C. F., Chac 

bourne. 
Reader, J. H., Monroe. 
Reaves, E. S. Statesville. j 
Reddish, W. H., Morgantoj 
Reid, T. M., Hughes. 
Rich, W. H., Thomasville. 
Richards, W. L., Hende: 

sonville. 
Richardson, J. B., D. D 

Highpoint. 
Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. | 
Robbins, D. P., Winnabow^ 
Roberts, D. J., Cherrylam 
Robertson, W. A., Bai 

nardsville. 
Rose, J. W., Goldsboro. 
Ross, A. M., Kings Moun 

tain. 
Ruppe, John, Byarsville. 
Sams, J. F., Cane River 
Sandlin, R. C, Clinton. 
Scarborough, C. W., Mur 

freesboro. 
Scott, J. J., Branchville. 
Scotten, A. K., Coleridge 
Sears, D. R., Siler City. 
Setzer, A. W., Morehea 

City. 
Shaver, J. M., Dealville. 
Shaw, J. A., Creswell. 
Sheets, Henry Lexington 
Shell, John T., Petra. 
Shell, P. J., Linville. 
Shelly, N. A., Catherin? 

Lake. 
Shepherd, J. N., Rennert. 
Sherwood, J. J. L., Yerger 
Shinn, J. L., Mooresville. 
Silver, E. D., Newdale. 
Sims, A. H., Franklin. 
Sledge, J. W., Stallings. 
Sluder, M. M., Juno. 
Smiley, J. S., Swain. 
Smith, A. B., Dillsboro. 
Smith, Forest, Louisburg. 
Smith, Jas. A., Fairbluff. 
Smith, Jas. W., Clayton. 
Smith ,W. A., West Dur 

ham. 
Smith, J. L., Siler City. 

ham. 
Snider, D: A., Marshville 
Snider, J. S., Matthews. 
Snider, J. W., Newells. 
Southern, W. P., Asheville 



BAPTIST PREACHERS— BAPTIST Y. P. 1. 






•:• 



j. 



Garden 



orrells, 
IClty. 
| parks, J. C, Bakersville. 

parks, W. H., Baldcreek. 
fpeight, J. A-, D. D., Ahos- 
I' kie. 
Ipeight, T. T., Lewiston. 

prinkle, A. J., Jupiter. 

tailings, J. N., D. D.. 
I Salisbury, 
■tailings, N. P., Winfall. 

tanbuiy, J. S., Swain. 

ta-nlej', C, Barnesville. 
Itephens, M. A., Lumber- 
ton. 

tewart, J. L., Clinton. 

tone, C. H., Dobson. 

tough, A. L., Pineville. 

tradley, J. A., Oxford. 

trickland, W. H., Troy. 

ummey, J. A., Hanners- 
ville. 

lUttle, J. W., Smithfield. 

waim, S. P., Mocksville. 

iwaim, V. M., Crossroads 
Church. 

'albert, W. B.. Concord. 

'art, W. L., Wilmington. 

■■ate, R .J., Sandy Springs, 
'"aylor, C. L., D. D., Wake 
Forest. 

'aylor, T. J., Warrenton. 

Feale, C. M., Hicksville. 

'ew. John O., Fayettevillc. 

["homas, A. B., Sylva. 



Thomas, C. A. G., Thomas- 
ville. 

Thomason, D. W., Char- 
lotte. 

Tipton, S. D., Burnsvillo. 

Tolar, J. N., Rennert, 

Treadway, E. R., Hanging- 
dog. 

Treadway, R. P., Shelby. 

Triplett, O. W., Taylors- 
ville. 

Trivett, J. W., Darkridse. 

Tucker, Elihu, Bud. 

Tyree, W. C, D. D., Dur- 
ham. 

Upchurch, C. A., Ewing. 

Vann, R. T., D. D., Ra- 
leigh. 

Vines, J. F., Ashevillc. 

Vines, W. M., Asheville. 

Vipperman, J. H., Culler. 

Vipperman, J. L., Dallas. 

Waff, W. B., Reynoldsson. 

Walker, J. M., Rutherford 
ton. 

Walker, M., Swancreek. 

Walton, M. C, Burgaw. 

Ward, Benj., Marines. 

Watson, J. W., Gath. 

Watson, T. D., Oconalufty 

Watson, W. F., Gastonia. 

Waycaster, J. R., Estatoe. 

Weatherman, J. G., Jen 
nings. 

Webb, G. M., Shelby. 



Wells, C. G., - 

Wheless, Z. \v . N 
White. J. a.. Tayloi 
White, J. M.. Ai- 
Whitehead, W. 11 .. 

gal 

e, W. M . 
'ton. 
Whit, side, v. T . i 
Wilcox, A. <;., Brinklej 

\ille. 
Wilcox, A. \V.. Caldwi ll. 
Wild, .1. M., Walnutrun. 
Wild, J. R . Blgp 
Wilhoit, G. o ill.-. 

Wilkins, W. E., Clyde. 
Williams, A. J Mill, 

Williams, C. C, Ri 
Williams, O. P., Y.-llnw- 

creek. 
Wilson, L. A., Sutlcrl 
Wilson, L. C, Hattie. 

- Wilson, W. II.. M 
Wood, Jonathan, l; 

City. 

Wood, T. G., Beli 

Woodward, J. s., Need- 
more. 
. Wooten, E. W., Wootena, 

Wooten, P. T.. Salemburg. 

Wright, T. S., Rockingham. 

- Wyatt, W. J., Perth. 
Yoder, S. B., Wiklea SI 
Younce, Sol., Sweetwater. 



ORGANIZED AUGUST 1, 1885. 



THE NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. 
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. 



Capital $400,000 Surplus and Profits $248,000 

With well established connections this Bank has unsurpassed facilities In • 
»)ranch of legitimate Banking. 

Accounts of Banks and Bankers received on most favorable terms. 

Prompt and careful attention given to collections. 

Collections made and money transferred by telegraph to all parts of the ' 

We will be pleased to correspond with those who may contemplati 
:hanges or opening new accounts. 



CALDWELL HARDY, President. 
A.. B. SCHWARZKOPF, Cashier. 



C W GRANDY, Vice-President. 
W. A. GODWIN, Ass't Cashier. 



DIRECTORS. 



C. W. GRANDY, 
M. L. T. DAVIS, 

of M. L. T. Davis & Co. 
W. D. ROUNTREE, 

of W. D. Rountree & Co. 
WM. H. WHITE. 
F. S. ROYSTER, 

President F. S. Royster Guano Co. 
R. P. WALLER. 
JOHN N. VAUGHAN, 

of Vaughan & Barnes. 



D. LOWENBERG. 
J. G. WOMBLE, 
C. A. WOODARD. 
C. BILLUPS, 

of C. Blllups, Si 
THOS. R. BALLENTINB. 
CALDWELL HAKl'Y 
WM. M. WHALFY. 

Presidi 'it Roanoke R. R 
HENRY KIRN. 



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104 



SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN CONVENTION— PRIMITIVE BAPTISTS. 



SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN CON- 
VENTION. 

The membership of this church in 
North Carolina is about 10,000, with 66 
ministers and 101 churches. 
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA CON- 
FERENCE. 

Rev. W. G. Clements, President, Mor- 
risville. 

Rev. H. Scholz, A. M., Lindsay, Secre- 
tary. 

J. E. Ballentine, Varina, Treasurer. 

Next meeting, Pleasant Union, Novem- 
ber, 1901. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA CON- 
FERENCE. 

Rev. P. H. Fleming, Burlington, Presi- 
dent. 

Rev. H. A. Albright, Moffitt, Secretary. 

Capt. J. A. Turrentine, Burlington, 
Treasurer. 

north carolina and virginia 

conferenlc;. 

Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon College, 
President. 

Rev. J. M. Holt, Burlington, Secretary. 

Rev. T. W. Stroud, Union Ridge, 
Treasurer. 

Next meeting, Apple's Chapel, Guil- 
ford county. 

SOUTHERN CONVENTION. 

President Southern Christian Conven- 
tion, Rev. P. H. Fleming, Burlington. 

Secretary, Prof. P. J. Kernodle, Elon 
College. 

Treasurer, John A. Mills, Raleigh. 

Place of next meeting, Asheboro, May, 
1902. 

President Christian Missionary As- 
sociation, Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon 
College. 

Secretary, K J. W. Johnson, Suffolk, 
Va. 

Treasurer, it. T. R. Gaskins, Ben- 

nett's Creek, 



MINISTERS Cl 
LIN A A 
ENCE. 



THE NORTH CARO- 
VIRGINIA CONFER- 



Solomon Apple, Semora, N. C. 
J. O. At ' m, Elon College, N. C. 
T. B. Dnv -.-■ q, Elon College, N. C. 
W. H. !• I Carysville, Ohio. 
H. C. Fulton, White Roads, N. C. 
W. T. Herndon, Elon College, N. C. 
J. W. Holt, Burlington, N. C. 
A. F. Isely, Shallow Ford, N. C. 
P. T. Klapp, Elon College, N. C. 
W. S. Long, Elon College, N. C. 
I. W. Patton, News Ferry, Va. 
J. W. Pinnix, Kernersville, N. C. 
T. ,,. Strowd, Union Ridge, N. C. 
J. W. Wellons, Durham. 
WESTERN N. C. CONFERENCE. 
H. A. Albright, Moffits. 
C. A. Boon, Elon College. 
J. R. Comer, Spencerville. 



P. H. Fleming, Burlington. 
■ J. W. Hatch, Pittsboro. 
D. A. Long, Graham. 
W. W. Lawrence, Erect. 
H. T. Mofflt, Moffits. 
J. U. Newman, Elon College. 
J. W. Parker, Randleman. 
C. C. Peel, Asheboro. 
W. H. Roach, High Point, N. C. 
S. II. Way, Fork Creek. 
P. T. Way, Unionville, N. C. 
J. A. Webster, Franklinsville. 
M. E. Hammer, Tillman, N. C. 
L. I. Cox, Elon College, N. C. 
J. H. Wright, Asheboro. 

EASTERN N. C. CONFERENCE. 
M. W. Butler, Raleigh. 
W. G. Clements, Morrisville. 
J. L. Foster, Raleigh. 
W. D. Harward, Morrisville. 
S. B. Klapp, i'oungsville. 
G. R. Underwood, Osgood. 
L. W. Mangum, Benson. 
J. D. Wicker, Jonesboro. 
M. L. Winston, Creedmore. 
W. C. Wicker, Elon College. 
J. A. Whiteman, Jonesboro. 
A. P. Barbee, Jonesboro. 
T. A. Pounds, Clayton. 
C. H. Rowland, Elon College. 
H. Scholz, Lindsay. 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCI 

This church has no State organizatio 
It numbers 30,000 members. They a 
divided into fifteen associations. The 
are 300 preachers The official paper 
the church is Zion's Landmark, publis 
ed at Wilson by Elder P. D. Gold. T! 
oldest association is the Kehukee, 
which Elisha Battle was the first mo 
erator. It held its last annual sessio 
which was the 135th, at Spring Greeij 
Martin county, in October, 1900. Eld 
Sylvester Hassell, of Williamston, wt 
chosen moderator, and Elder M. T. Lav 
rence, of Hamilton, was chosen cler'. 
This Association, which is the oldes 
has 31 churches. 

[Fuller statistics of this church cou 
not be obtained from the authorities, | 
whom application was made, in time fi 
publication in this issue of the NORT 
CAROLINA YEAR BOOK.] 

Baptist Young People's Union. 

Forty-eight unions, with 2,710 mens 
bers. 

President, Joseph F. Watson, Chai 
lotte. 

Vice-Presidents, C. L. Guam, Rock 
ingham; W. N. Johnson, Rocky Mourn 
W. E. Wilkins, Mars Hill; W. A. Dun 
Scotland Neck; E. L. Edmondson, Golds 
boro. 

Corresponding Secretary, J. W. Baile; 
Raleigh. 

Secretary and Treasurer— B. Durhani 
Raleigh. 






CHRISTIAN OR DISCIPLE-CATHOLIC AND MORAVIAN CHI RCHES 



:• 



;RISTIAN (DISCIPLE) CHURCH 

"he membership at the last statistical 
ort numbered 12,437. Additions since 
ke the number about 15.000. The 
mbership is mainly east of Raleigh. 

OFFICERS. 
j. J. Harper, Smithfield, President. 
ioseph Kinsey, Wilson, Vice-President. 
.. H. Melton, Wilson, Corresponding 
:retary. 

). W. Arnold, Farmville, Recording 
:retary. 

•eo. Hackney, Wilson, Treasurer. 
Daniel E. Motley, Wilson, State Evan- 
ist. 

BACHERS AND THEIR ADDRESS, 
i. H. Adams, Pungo. 
i. W. Arnold, u armville. 
tanley Ayers, Williamston. 
[. C. Bowen, Belview. 
,. B. Brickhouse, Mackey's Ferry. 

L. Burns, Goldsboro. 
saiah Carver, Nashville. 
/. H. Cobb, Whitaker's. 
:. S. Davenport, South Creek. 
. L. Davis, Leechvhie. 
i. W. Davis, Washington. 

T. Davis, Ormondsville. 
J. J. Gibble, Bonus, 
fhomas Green, Pantego. 

T. Grubbs, Grifton. 

S. Gurganus, Plymouth. 
; W. Hardison, Jamesvnle. 
r. H. D. Harper, Kinston. 
i J. Harper, Smithfield. 
. C. Hart, Vanceboro. 
i S. Henderson, Coinjock. 
|, J. Holton, Olympia. 

P. Holton, Reelsboro. 

W. Holton, Grantsboro. 

B. Hood, Dunn. 

Howard, Kinston. 
Jackson, Plymouth. 
Jennett, Beaufort. 
Jones, Lexington, Ky. 
! H. Johnson, Dobbersville. 
Johnston, Kinston. 
Lassiter, Newton Grove. 
Latham, Washington. 



W. 

G. 
R. 
B. 
H. 

G. 
R. 
ig. 

E. Lee, Bunyan. 

idrew F. Leighton, Dunn. 

chard H. Massingill, Dobbersville. 

H. Melton, Wilson. 
! E. Motley, Wilson. 

H. Petree, LaGrange. 

B. Respass. Washington. 
) T. Rightsell, LaGrange. 
W. Rogers, Trenton. 
. F. Smith, Middletown. 
S. Spear, New Bern. 

A. Spruill, Plymouth. 

F. Sumrell, Harbinger. 
W. Sumrell, Grifton. 
H. Swain, Roper. 

S. Swain, Plymouth. 
R. Tingle, Ayden. 
S. Tyndall, LaGrange. 
orge T. Tyson, Leechville. 
D. Waters, Washington, 
omas W. Whitley, Bath. 
O. Winfield, Bath. 



CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
Number of m< mbei 
churches, l_; clergy, ti. 

Bishop, Rt. Rev, 1- o n. 
0. s. i',., Belmont. 
Vicar General, \ 
mcyer, O. S. I'... Belmo 

Melchior Relchei t, 0. S B., 









Rev 
mont. 

Rev. 

Rev. 
mont. 

Rev. 
mont. 

Rev. Albert Goetz, O. S. B. 

Rev. Thoma 
mont. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 
Charlotte. 

Rev. Fr. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 
Bern. 

Rev. 
Bern. 

Rev. 



Bernard I taa , 0. s. i; . 
Ignatius Rem) 

Aloysius O'llanlon, O. S. B 






Chas. Rettger, O. s. !>,., i;, i 
Fr. C. Dennen, Will 

fr. I'. G. Marion. Asln 
Fr. Francis Meyi r, i > S. B., 



W. O'Brien, Fayettevllle. 

Fr. P. F. Quinn, Goldsboro. 
Anthony Meyer, Greensboro. 
Fr. George Lester, O. S. I!., 



New 



Fr. Paul Reinfels, O. S. I!.. New 



Fr. Edward 
Newton Grove. 

Rev. Fr. Joseph 

Salisbury. 

Rev. Fr. 

Fr. 

Fr. 



Meyer, 
Mueller, 



O. S. B., 

O. S 



Rev. 
Rev. 



Thomas E. Griffin, Raleigh. 
Thomas F. Price, Nazareth. 
M. A. Irwin, Nazareth. 



MORAVIAN CHURCH. 



Number of communicants 

Number of non-communicants .... 
Number of children 



Total 

Provincial Conference meets i 
year, usually in July or August. S; 
meets every three years, il of 

Bishop Edward Rondthab r, Rev. Ji 
E. Hall, and Mr. J. W. Fi I 

LIST OF MINISTERS. 
Bishop, Edward Rondthaler, D. 
Salem, N. C. 

J. H. Clewell, D. D., Principal 
Female Academy, Salem. N 
H. E. Rondthnler. Salem. 
J. F. McCuistan, Sail m. 
H. E. Tha< ler, Winston. 
James E. Hall. Friedberg. 

E. S. Crosland, Bethania. 
W. E. Spaugli. Friedberg. 

F. W. Grabs, B 



Rev. 
Sal' in 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 



Shell Fish Commission. 

Chief Commissioner, Theophilua v. 
Hertford, Perquimans county. Ap| 
ed Shell Fish Commissioner by the 
ernor February, under tin' act "f I 
eral Assembly, 1897. 

H. V. Wilson, Professor of Hi- 
University, Ass<>. Com'r. 



106 



PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH AND CLERGY. 



PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

Diocese of North Carolina. 

Bishop, Right Rev. Joseph B. Cheshire, 
Jr., D. D., Raleigh. 

Archdeacon, Rev. Edwin A. Osborne, 
Charlotte. 

President of the Convention, Rev. M. 
M. Marshall, D. D., Raleigh. 

Secretary and Registrar, Rev. Julian E. 
Ingle, Henderson. 

Assistant Secretary, Mr. Wm. H. Mc- 
Donald, Enfield. 

Treasurer, Mr. Charles E. Johnson, 
Raleigh. 

Historiographer, Mr. John S. Hender- 
son, Salisbury. 

Number of church edifices, 96; com- 
municants, 4,618: parishes, 39; contribu- 
tions, $51,361.58. 

LIST OF THE CLERGY. 

Charles Theodore Bland, Pittsboro. 

Francis William Hilliard, Oxford. 

Benjamin Swan Bronson, Warrenton. 

Henry Trowbridge Gregory, Southern 
Pines. 

William Hopkins Meade, D. D., Chapel 
Hill. 

James Taylor Chambers, Weldon. 

Julian Edward Ingle, Henderson. 

Matthias Murray Marshall, D. D., Ra- 
leigh. 

Girard William Phelps, Scotland Neck. 

James Henry Williams, Mount Airy. 

Francis Johstone Murdoch, D. D., 
Salisbury. 

Johnson Carmon Davis, D. D., Con- 
cord. 

Thomas Bell, Wilson. 

Isaac McKendree Pittenger, D. D., Ra- 
leigh. 

Samuel Paxson Watters, Hillsboro. 

Edwin Augustus Osborne, Charlotte. 

Aaron Burtis Hunter, Raleigh. 

Walter Johnston Smith. Charlotte. 

Louis Hector Schubert, Enfield. 

John Henry Mingo Pollard, Raleigh. 

John William Perry, Tarboro. 

Alban Graves, Louisburg. 

T. D. Bratton, Raleigh. 

H. Mallinckrodt, Winston. 

Edward Phillip Green, Ansonville. 

Primus Priss Alston, Charlotte. 

Henry Beard Delany, Raleigh. 

Henry Hobart Barber, Burlington. 

Aldred Adino Pruden, Raleigh. 

Horace Weeks Jones, Greensboro. 

Fred. Augustus Fetter, Reidsville. 

Charles Fetter, Rocky Mount. 

Sidney Stuart Bost, Durham. 

Robert Bruce Owens, Oxford. 

Edward Watts Gamble, Tarboro. 

William Thomas Picard, Jackson. 

Gaston Battle, Rocky Mount. 

James Edward King, Raleigh. 

Thomas Burke Bailey, Statesville. 

S. Jeremiah Michael Brown, Salisbury. 

Thomas Lee Trott, Cleveland. 



R. G. Shannonhouse, Statesville. 
John L. Saunders, Salisbury. 

Diocese of East Carolina. 

Bishop, Rt. Rev. Alfred Augustin Watj 
son, D. D., Wilmington. 

President of the Convention, Rev. Jas 
Carmichael, D. D., Wilmington. 

Secretary and Registrar, Rev. F. > 
Skinner, Clinton. 

Treasurer, Mr. William L. De Rosse 
Wilmington. 

Number of parishes and missions, 701 
communicants, 3,827; contributions, $32.j 
737.34. 

LIST OF CLERGY. 

N. C. Hughes, Aurora. 

Francis Joyner, Bunyan. 

R. B. Drane, D. D., Edenton. 

W. J. Heritage, Edenton. 

G. P. Somerville, Goldsboro. 

F. H. Harding, Greenville. 

H. Wingate, Sunbury. 

T. M. N. George, New Bern. 

W. G. Avant, New Bern. 

E. Wooten, Wilmington. 

N. Harding, Washington. 

Robert Strange, D. D., Wilmington. 

James Carmichael, D. D., Wilmingto 

E. R. Bennett, Wilmington. 
Thomas P. Noe, Beaufort. 

F. N. Skinner, Clinton. 

L. L. Williams, Elizabeth City. 
Isaac W. Hughes, Fayetteville. 
W. H. Tomlins, Fayetteville. 
W. M. Jackson, Fayetteville. 
George M. Tolson, Hertford. 
J. H. Griffith, Jr., Kinston. 
C. B. Pritchett, Kinston. 
Luther Eborn, Cresswell. 
S. S. Barber, Swan Quarter. 
F. B. Ticknor, Lewiston. 
John S. Long, New Bern. 
I. A. Canfield, Snow Hill. 

Missionary District of Asheville. 

Bishop, Rt. Rev. Junius M. Home 
D. D., Asheville. 

General Missionary, Rev. T. C. Wei 
more, Arden. 

Treasurer, Mr. Thos. W. Patton, Ash! 
ville. 

Registrar, Rev. James A. Westo; 
Wilkesboro. 

Number of parishes and missions, 5: 
communicants, 1,952; contributions, $1S 
443.41. 

LIST OF CLERGY. 

McNeely Du Bose, Asheville. 

H. S. McDuffey, Asheville. 

Alfred H. Stubbs, Asheville. 

E. E. Edwards, Ph. D., Hendersonvill, 

J. A. Weston, Hickory. 

W. R. Wetmore, Lincolnton. 

Churchill Satterlee, Morganton. 

R. Wainwright, Bowman's Bluff 

H. H. Phelps, Wilkesboro. 

T. C. Wetmore, Arden. 

R. R. Swope, D. D., Biltmore. 

C. D. Chapman, Brevard. 






SOCIETY OF FRIENDS AND FREE WILL BAPTISTS. 



R. M. W. Black, Flat Rock. 
John A. Deal, Franklin Mission. 
J. T. Kennedy, Franklin Mission. 
D. T. Johnson, High Shoals. 
William F. Rice, Grace. 
Jarvis Buxton, D. D., Asheville. 
Charles Ferris, Tryon. 
Thos. A. Morris, Skyland. 
Milnor Jones, Smith River, Cal. 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. 

Number of congregations, 53; number 
I members, 5,456, a gain of 181 during 
iast year. Annual meeting, called North 
Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends, is 
ield at High Point, beginning Wednes- 
day before the second Monday in Au- 
gust. Clerks, L. Lyndon Hobbs (Presi- 
dent of Guilford College) and P. B. 
jlackney. 

)FFICERS OF FRIENDS' CHRISTIAN 
ENDEAVOR UNION. 

President— Walter W. Mendenhall, 
Ireensboro, N. C. 

Vice-President— Charles W. Petty, 
ireensboro, N. C. 

Corresponding and Recording Secre- 
tary— Cora Cox, Greensboro, N. C. 

Treasurer— Joseph Peele, Cascade, N. 

Missionary Superintendent— Lena Free- 
nan Archdale, N. C. 

Junior Superintendent— Mary White 
Juilford College, N. C. 

Organizer— Annie Armitage. 
MINISTERS. 

James R. Jones Guilford College. 

Mary C. Woody, Guilford College. 

Joseph H. Peele, Greensboro. 

Mary E. Cartland, Greensboro. 

Annie A. Mendenhall, Greensboro. 
, Lorena A. Reynolds, High Falls. 
, Simeon Nixon, Charlotte, 
j Anna V. Edgerton, Nowgong, Central 
ndia. 

William B. Hackett, Center. 

Jeremiah S. Cox, Greensboro. 

Simeon Barker, Brunswick. 

William L. Wilson, Brunswick. 

Alpheus White, Brunswick. 

William King, Brunswick. 
; Dugan C. Cox, Concord. 
J Thomas T. Andrews, Staley. 

Maurice Stewart, Snow Camp. 

Thomas J. Dixon, Snow Camp. 

Josephine H. Thomson, Snow Camp. 

Nathan T. Spencer, Sophia. 

David Farlow, Jr., Hoyle. 
| Sarah E. Winslow, Science. 

Elwood Cox, White House. 

Levi Cox, Buffalo Ford. 

Judith Ann Parker, Eagle Town. 

Henry T. Outland, Rich Square. 

Benjamin P. Brown, George. 

Barney E. Perkins, Pikeville. 

John S. Moore, Goldsboro. 

Abbie Hollowell, Goldsboro. 

S. Louisa Bridges, McClammy. 

Charles A. Peterson, Goldsboro. 






Joseph Potts, Mt. Airy. 
T. Wesley Wooten. White I'D 
Nerous W. Barker, Westfii Id 
Raleigh Brim, Westfl 
Albeit Peele. Guilford Col 
Mary A. Peele, Guilford Colli 
Alfred Zachary, Sutphin. 
Eli A. Craven, <••,„ 
Rhodema E. Wright, Cam i 
David E. Sampson, I: 
Wade II. Adams, Forbusn 
Evan Adams, Martin. 
Franklin Warden, Martin. 
Joseph Binkley, Clemmonsvllle 
Thomas E. Anderson, Higl Point 
J. Robert Parker, High Pi 
Abigail P. Blair, High Poinl 
Eleanor Henly, Westmini 
Rufus P. King, Archdale. 

FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Number of members (white) 
number of churches (white), L'l'S; num- 
ber ministers (white), 259; estimate 
value of church property (white), $115.- 
900; No. of Conference of white, 6; num- 
ber of Associations of white, I. Names 
of Conferences (white) : East rn Co 
ence, Central Conference, Western 
ference, Cape Fear Conference Mt 
Moriah Conference, St. Anna Coi 
ence, St. Helena Conference. Names of 
Associations (white): Tar River ' 
tion, Jacks Creek Association, Fri 
Broad Association, Pee Dee Assoeia: 

LIST OF MINISTERS. 
Cape Fear Conference: 
S. B. Thain, Glenmore. 
Robert Strickland, Gl 
J. F. Hill, Aaron. 
Lunda Lee, Giles Mill. 
J. S. Ellis, Clayton. 
Kenith Raynor, Red Springs. 
R. C. Jackson, Hawley's Store. 
J. A. Hodges, Benson. 
W. B. Hare, Manchester. 
L. E. Johnson, Saulston. 
H. W. Jernigan, Dunn. 
J. F. Owen, Dunn. 

C. A. Jackson, Dunn. 
J. M. Lee, Dunn. 
J. W. Lucas, Dunn. 
J. A. Rouse, Dunn. 
W. M. Pope, Dunn. 
Hannibal Pope, Dunn. 
G. A. Pope, Dunn. 
W. J. Jernigan. Dunn. 
H. H. Goff, Shine. 
J. L. Ennis, Key. 
E. L. Parker, Clinton. 

D. R. Strafford, Four Oaks. 
Richard Bass. 

Eastern Conference: 

M. Linton, Yeatesv ill.-. 
D. P. Miller, Arapahoe. 

I Ta Win I ;■ 
J. W. Linton, Sid 
C. Smith, Beaufort. 
,i. it. Russel, Sprini 
I. H. Pipkin, Durham 



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FREE WILL BAPTIST PREACHERS AND THEIR POST-OFFICES. 



G. W. Harrison, Trenton. 
W. W. Denney, Pink Hill. 
T. F. Wallace, Branch's Store. 
H. Cunningham, Deep Run. 

C. Miller, Baird's Creek. 
G. W. Dunn, Sarecta. 
W. I. Smith, Pink Hill. 

R. W. Merritt, Kenansville. 
N. Hill, Deep Run. 
W. G. Jones, Sarecta. 
J. Gaskill, Wit 
W. Lupton, Grantsboro. 
R. F. Stilley, New Bern. 
W. W. Lewis, Springle. 
J. Bennett, Grantsboro. 

A. E. Rouse, Mt. Olive. 
J. Jones, Sarecta. 

D. Tripp, Maple Cypress. 
T. A. Mozingo, Stonewall. 
L. C. Taylor, Seven Springs. 
S. S. Kirk, Winston. 

V. G. Brittain, Pollocksville. 

C. Heath, Bonus. 

R. F. Daughety, Cove. 
J. E. Howard, Flocks. 
J. F. Linton, Sidney. 
J. W. Sewell, Beaufort. 
I. W. Russell, Springle. 

E. L. Swain, Springle. 
J. J. Lewis, New Bern. 
L. B. Stilley, New Bern. 

H. C. Dillard, Spring Hope. 
L. M. Downs, Chocowinity. 
W. D. G. Whaley, Flocks. 
E. B. Caston, Richlands. 
L. C. Garner, Newport. 
W. B. Denby, Washington. 

D. B. Garner, Newport. 
W. B. Avery. 

Western Conference: 
Ray Phillips, Pine Level. 
T. J. D. Pate, Apex. 
C. R. Pearce, Princeton. 
J. H. Sasser, Princeton. 
L. M. Mitchell, Princeton. 
J. H. Worley, Pine Level. 
G. C. Mills, Apex. 
J. W. Valentine, Dickins Store. 
T. H. Matthews, Spring Hope. 
P. T. Lucas, Lucama. 
G. W. Davis, Eureka. 

B. H. Boykin, Taylor. 

L. T. Phillips, Greenleaf. 
W. T. Johnson, Walter. 

E. T. Phillips, Ayden. 

J. W. Cox, West Raleigh. 
B. W. Tippett, Wendell. 
Sidney Harris, Black Creek. 
J. L. Strickland, Finch. 

A. R. Flowers, Wendell. 
W. A. Benson, Princeton. 

B. B. Deans, Finch. 

F. M. Hinton, Barnes' Store. 
J. R. Morris, Lucama. 

H. H. Gillum, Stallings. 
W. J. Wilkins, Pikeville. 
Curtis Howell, Greenleaf. 
L. Pearce, Lometta, Texas. 
W. H. Collins, Stallings. 

C. C. King, Durham. 

Henry Rentfrow, Barnes' Store. 



C. E. Auten, Greenleaf. 
J. W. Fuquay, Sippehaw. 
J. K. Ruffln, Black Creek. 
W. P. Faison, Wendell. 

A. B. Utley, Enno. 
R. H. Holland, Pinkney. 
J. W. Alford, Kenly. 
G. W. Ferrell, Dry Wells. 

LICENSED PREACHERS. 

B. A. Ellis, Merry Oaks. 
W. H. Leonard, Laurel. 
Thomas Snipes, Goldsboro. 

E. A. W. Husketh, New Light. 
W. C. Stewart, Wilson's Mills. 
R. T. Layton, Clayton. 
J. E. Davis, Pikeville. 
W. M. Howell, Pikeville. 
J. R. Davis, Goldsboro. 

Central Conference: 
T. N. Manning, Greenville. 
J. M. Barfleld, Ayden. 

F. McLawhon, Winterville. 
J. Rollins, GoiilEboro. 
A. A. Tyson, Black Mountain. 
J. Craft, Green\ille. 
J. J. Harrison. Warsaw. 

G. S. Johnson, Greenville. 
W. H. Lathinshouse, Black Jack. 
Q. A. Burroughs, Black Jack. 
P. H. Wilkins, Princeton. 
M. W. Auge, Jamesville. 
T. H. Barnhill, Grindool. 
W. C. Vause, Hookerton. 
J. R. McCaskey Creswell. 

C. L. Little. Winterville. 
J. R. Askew, Ahoskie. 

A. Tyson, Farmville. 
E. D. Hathawny, Holland. 
W. H. Frost, Ayden. 
W. T. Pollard, Grindool. 

B. H. Hearn, Greenville. 
J. T. Butler, Lewiston. 
S. J. Halstead. Norfolk, Va. 
S. E. Moore, Columbia. 
M. G. Davenport, Dardens. 

D. M. Ratcliff, Yeatesville. 
J. A. Sugg, Snow Hill. 

E. L. Bowers, Columbia. 
J. T. Bunday, Farmville. 
R. I. Corbitt, Ayden. 
G. T. Brantley, Bath. 

C. J. Harris, Holland. 
E. R. Hicks, Branchville, Va. 
E. B. Hart, Snow Hill. 

WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER 
ANCE UNION. 

President— Mrs. Mary E. Cartlam 
Greensboro. 

Vice-President— Mrs. Laura A. Will 
ston, Morganton. 

Coresponding Secretary— Mrs. C. li. 
Craven, Concord. 

Recording Secretary— Mrs. F. E. Rosi 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer— Mrs. W. H. Osborn' 
Greensboro. 

There are 2,000 members. The annus 
meeting is held in June. 



LUTHERAN CHURCH— REFORMED CHURCH. 






EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH. 

This Church in North Carolina is or- 

Kani^td in three Synods— North Caroliua, 
[issouri, and Tennessee. Total number 
if Lutherans in North Carolina, 18,573. 

SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

Communicant membership, 8,168; num 
>er of churches, 66; ministers, 36; Sun- 
day schools, 54. The ministers are 

Rev. G. D. Bernheim, D. D., Wilming- 

Rev. J. A. Fesperman, Barium Springs. 

Rev. W. R. Ketchie, Kappa. 

Rev. R. L. Brown, Woodside. 

Rev. R. C. Holland, D. D., Charlotte. 

Rev. E P. Parker, Gibsonville. 

Rev. George H. Cox, Organ Church. 

Rev. H. M. Brown, Brick Church. 

Rev. V. R. Stickley, Enochville. 

Rev. J. A. Linn, Mt. Pleasant. 

Rev. W. A. Lutz, Mt. Pleasant. 

Rev. B. S. Brown, Russell. 

Rev. L. E. Busby, Salisbury. 

Rev. T. H. Strohecker, Barium 
Springs. 

Rev. J. Q. Wertz, China Grove. 

Rev. A. G. Vogt, D. D., Wilmington. 

Rev. C. L. T. Fisher, Charlotte. 

Rev. H. A. Trexler, Manning. 

Rev. C. B. King, Charlotte. 

Rev. C. B. Miller, Concord. 

Rev. C. A. Brown, Concord. 

Rev. J. H. C. Fisher, Mt. Pleasant. 

Rev P. J. Wade, Tyro Shops. 

Rev. S. D. Steffey, Concord. 

Rev. V. Y. Boozer, Zeb. 

Rev. H. W. Jeffcoat, Salisbury. 

Rev. H. N. Miller, Ph. D., Mt. Pleas- 
int. 

Rev. P. L. Miller, Albemarle. 

Rev. E. W. Leslie, Craven. 

Rev. R. A. Helms, Troutman. 

Rev. W. W. J. Ritchie, Burlington. 

Rev. W. A. Dutton, Gold Hill. 

Rev. J. P. Miller, Salisbury. 

Rev. E. L. Folk, Winston. 



TENNESSEE SYNOD. 



J Communicant membership, 8,406; num- 
ber of churches in North Carolina, 72; 
Sunday schools in North Carolina, 37; 
ministers in North Carolina, 28. The 
ministers residing in North Carolina are: 

Prof. L. A. Bikle, D. D.. King's Moun- 
tain. 

Rev. A. L. Crouse. Hickory, 
in J Rev. J. C. Moser, D. D., Hickory. 

Rev. R. A. Yoder, D. D., Hickory. 

Rev. D. A .Goodman, Connelly Springs. 

Prof. W. P. Cline, Hickory. 

R. H. Cline, Cherryville. 

Rev. J. P. Price, Efird's Mill. 

Rev. D. J. Settlemyre, Hickory. 

Rev. W. L. Darr, Statesville. 
m | Rev. D. I. Offman, Melanchthon. 

Rev. J. P. Miller, China Grove. 

Rev. Jacob Wike, Bandy. 

Rev. J. C. Wessinger, Henry. 



: 



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Rev. J. J. George, Cherryville. 

Prof. R. L. Fritz. Charli 

Rev. W. H. Roof, Prlcevllle. 

Rev. J. L. Cromer, Maldi 

Prof. E. J. Sox, i 

Rev. J. L. Deaton, China Gro\ 

Rev. W. J. Boger, Mt. Holly. 

Rev. C. L. Miller, 11> 

Rev. J. A. Arndt, Arndt. 

Rev. W. A. Di aton, 

Rev. J. Alonzo 5 

Rev. J. C. Deitz, Llncolnt 

Rev. W. Herberl Little, I Lii kory. 

Rev. Francis K. R 

MISSOURI SYNOD. 

Communicant membership, 2, ; I 

ber of churches, 8; Sunday sch 
ministers, 18. The clergy in North C 
Una are: 

Rev. N. J. Bakke, Charlo 

Rev. C. H. Bernheim, Conover. 

Rev. Paul Bischoff, Conover. 

Rev. Paul Engelbert, Rockwell. 

Rev. George E. Long, Conover. 

Prof. George Lurcke, Conover. 

Prof. W. Lonrmann, Concord. 

Rev. J. L. Koiner, Conover. 

Rev. M. Nickel, Southern Pines. 

Rev. Rich Oehschlaeger, Winston. 

Prof. Henry L. Person, Charlotte. 

Prof. E. A. Buntrock, Greensboro. 

Prof. George A. Romoser, Conover. 

Rev. J. M. Smith, Conov. r. 

Rev. J. C. Schmidt, Greensboro 

Rev. J. Phil. Schmidt, Concord. 

Rev. George Schutes, Salisbury. 

Rev. C. A. Weiss, Cono\ 

REFORMED CHURCH. 

Number of members in North I 
5,000. Classis of Reformed Church •■■ 
in May, each year. Presiding ofl 
are President of Classis and SI 
Clerk 

The' Classes form Synods. North 
Carolina Classis belongs to tbi 
of the Potomac. 

LIST OF MINISTERS. 

Rev. John Ingle, Green Park. N. C. 
Rev M. L. Hedriek. Silver Hill, • 
Rev. J. C. Clapp, D. D., New; 
Rev. J. A. Foil, l'h. n.. Newton. 
Rev. Paul Barringer, New Gil 
Rev. J. L. Murphy. Hickory. 
Rev. J. C. Leonard. Lexingto 
Rev. J. M. L. Lyerly, Cn scent. 
Rev. J. D. Andrew. Burlington, N ' 
Rev J H. Shuford, Hid 
Rev. H. A. M. Holshou I 
Rev W. II. McNairy, Concord 
Re\ . A. Shulenkry< r, China Gi 
Rev. C. Clapp, Newton. 
Rev. T. C. Hessen, Maiden. 
Rev C II. Reidesel, Rockwell. 
Rev. Wm. A. Long. l'h. D., Newton 
Rev J N. Fause, Thomasville. 
Rev' Geo. A. Staufti i. Dai ! 
Rev. H. E. Seshhr. McKi 
Rev. G. Weber, Salisbury 



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METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH, AND MINISTERS. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH, SOUTH. 

North Carolina Conference — Bishop, H. 
C. Morrison, D. D., Louisville, Ky.; Rev. 
W. L. Cunningham, Secretary, Durham. 
Number of churches, 650; valued at $860,- 
000; 126 parsonages, valued at $160,000; 
number of Sunday schools, 610, with 
5,000 officers and teachers, and 39,198 
scholars; number of members, 66,501; 
number of ministers, 175. 

Western North Carolina Conference. — 
Bishop, H. C. Morrison, D. D. 

Rev. W. L. Sherrill, Secretary, Mocks- 
ville. Number of churches, 725, valued 
at $891,245.00; parsonages, 130, valued at 
$186,763; number of members, 72,014; 
Sunday schools, 711, with 4,913 teachers 
and 48,329 scholars; number of min- 
isters, 206. 

Appointments Western Conference. 

ASHBVILLE DISTRICT. 
R. H. Parker, P. E., Asheville. 

Asheville, Bethel — C. C. Thompson. 

Asheville, Central— J. H. Weaver. 

Asheville, N. Asheville — E. K. 
McLarty. 

Asheville, Haywood St. — E. L. 
Bain. 

Swannanoa Circuit — G. W. Crutch- 
field, Biltmore. 

Weaverville Circuit— R. M. Taylor, 
W 7 eaverville. 

Saluda Circuit — J. D. Gibson, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Cane Creek Circuit— W. S. Cherry, 
Fairview. 

Henderson Station — W. M. Curtis, 
Hendersonville. 

Old Fort Circuit— M. D. Giles, Old 
Fort. 

Burnsville Circuit — J. W. Moore, 
Burnsville. 

Bald Creek Circuit— J. W. Bradley, 
Bald Creek. 

Hot Springs Circuit — J. B. Craven, 
Hot Springs. 

Marshall Circuit— L. H. Triplett, 
Barnard. 

Ivey Circuit— A. W. Jacobs, Dem- 
ocrat. 

President W 7 eaverville College — G. 
F. Kirby, Weaverville. 

Principal Bald Creek High School— 
L. B. Abernethy, Bald Creek. 

Sunday-School Editor — James At- 
kins, Nashville, Tenn. 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT. 
J. C. Rowe, P. E., Monroe. 

Charlotte, Tryon St.— H. F. Chreitz- 
berg. 

Charlotte, Trinity— F. Siler. 

Charlotte, Brevard St.— Parker 
Holmes. 

Charlotte, Calvary— D. N. Litaker. 

Charlotte, Hoskins— T. A. Sikes. 



Charlotte, Dilworth— R. G. Tuttl 

Charlotte, Epworth and Sever 
ville— O. P. Ader. 

Ansonville Circuit — J. H. Brendl 
Ansonville. 

Clear Creek Circuit— Supplied t 
B. F. Fincher, Clear Creek. 

Derita Circuit— W. L. Nicholso 
Derita. 

Lilesville Circuit— S. S. Gasqu 
Lilesville. 

Matthews Station— J. J. Ede 
Matthews. 

Monroe Station— W. M. Bagb 
Monroe. 

Monroe Circuit— A. R. Surrat 
Monroe. 

Pineville Circuit— H. C. Sprinkl 
Pineville. 

Polkton Circuit— W. V. Hone; 
cutt, Polkton. 

W r eddington Circuit — D. F. Carve 
Wardlaw. 

W r adesboro Station— F. H. Woo> 
Wadesboro. 

Waxhaw Circuit— M. T. Steel 
Waxhaw. 

Morven Circuit— L. E. Stacy, Mo; 
ven. 

Principal of Union Institute — A. 
Crater, Monroe. 

FRANKLIN DISTRICT. 

J. A. Cook, P. E., Franklin. 

Franklin Station— Ira Erwin, Franl 
lin. 

Franklin Circuit— R. S. Howi< 
Franklin. 

Macon Circuit— J. H. Moort 
Franklin. 

W'ebster Circuit— J. S. Reaga 
Webster. 

Bryson City and Dillsboro StE 
tion— T. P. Bonner, Bryson City. 

Whittier Circuit and Cheroke 
Mission— E. Myers, Whittier. 

Bushnell Mission— Supplied by A 
P. Foster, Bushnell. 

Robbinsville Mission— Supplied b 
Z. V. Cordell, Robbinsville. 

Andrews Circuit— J. W. Campbel 
Andrews. 

Murphy Station— R. L. Owenbj 
Murphy. 

Hiwassie Mission— J. A. J. Fai 
rington, Cobbs. 

Hayesville Circuit— E. N. Crowdei 
Hayesville. 

Aquone Mission— Supplied by C. E 
Steadman, Aquone. 

Glenville Mission— Supplied by J 
J. Edwards, Glenville. 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT. 

J. R. Scroggs, P. E., Greensboro. 

Greensboro, W. Market St.— S. P 
Turrentine. 

Greensboro, Centenary — H. K 
Boyer. 

Greensboro, Proximity— J. W. Stri 
der. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL, CHURCH, SOUTH AND MINIS'! 



•:• 



Greensboro, Spring Garden— L. W. 
Crawford. ,„ „. 

Greensboro Circuit— R. S. Webb, 
Greensboro. 

Reidsville Station— J. R. Brooks, 
Reidsville. 

Ware's Chapel— Supplied by J. F. 
Butt, Reidsville. 

Wentworth Circuit— E. J. Poe, 
Wentworth. 

Ruffin Circuit— C. A. ^A ood, Reids- 
! yille 

Pleasant Garden Circuit— W. Le- 
Gette (P. L. Groone, supply), Pleas- 
ant Garden. 

Ramseur Circuit— T. S. Ellington, 
Ramseur. 

Liberty Circuit— Everett Eaves, 

Liberty. _ _ _, . 

Randleman Station— J. B. Tabor, 
Randleman. 

Naomi Station— S. D. Stamey. 

Asheboro Station— A. W. Plyler, 
Asheboro. ^ r 

Uwharrie Circuit— W. S. Hales, 
Lassiter's Mills. . 

Jackson Hill Circuit— J. P. Davis, 
Jackson Hill. ^ r 

Randolph Circuit-J. M. Price, 

Trinity 

High 'Point Station— J. E. Gay, G. 
H. Crowell, High Point. 

Asheboro Circuit— Supplied by J. 
F Allred, Asheboro. 

West Randolph Circuit— J. P. can- 
ning, Trinity. 

Conference Missionary Secretary— 
W L. Grissom, Greensboro. 

Professor G. F. College— T. A. 
Smoot, Greensboro. 

Editor N. C. Advocate-L. W. Craw- 
ford, Greensboro. 

MORGANTON DISTRICT. 
C. G. Little, P. E., Marion. 

Morganton Station— T. E. Wagg, 

^rgaXn Circuit-J. W. Jones, 

M Tab!e nt R n ock Circuit-A. E. Wiley, 
Table Rock. „ _, ... 

Marion Station-R. D. Shernll, 

Henrietta and Caroleen Station— 
H. H. Jordan, Henrietta. 
McDowell Cireuit-C. H. Caviness, 

Marion. mj _ _ _, A -„_ 

Rutherfordton Circuit— J. E. Aber- 
nethy, Rutherfordton. 

Broad River Circuit-G. J. Owen, 
Rutherfordton. ««*«>,«, 

Green River Circuit-T. F. Gibson, 
Mill Spring. „ _ 

Bakersville Circuit-J. D. Carpen- 
ter, Bakersville. ,_,„,„„ t^,,. 

Elk Park Circuit— L. E. Peeler, Elk 

Park 
Estatoe Circuit— Supplied by R. H. 

Penland. .. _ . 

Connelly Springs Circuit— J -A. 
Clark, Connelly Springs. 
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Silver Creek Circuit— Suppll 
H. Bennett, Belwood. 

Forest City and Thermal Station— 
J. B. Carpenter, Forest i 

East Rutherford Circuit L. L 
Rutherfordton. 

MT. AIRY DISTRICT. 

J. J. Renn, P. E., Mt. Airy. 

Pari . 



Ml. 



Mt. Airy Station— Z 
Airy. 

Mt. Airy, Circuit— V. L. Marsh, Mt. 
Airy. 

Pilot Mountain Circuit-:' 
A. L. (Joburn, Mooresville. 

Stokes Circuit— W. L. Dawson, 
Walnut Cove. 

East Bend Circuit— A. J. Bur: 
Yadkinville. 

Elkin Station— W. H. Leith, Elkln. 

Wilkesboro Circuit— J. P. Rod 
N. Wilkesboro. 

N. Wilkesboro Circuit— L. P. Bogle, 
N. Wilkesboro. 

Rockford Circuit— Seymour Taylor. 
Rockford. 

Sparta Circuit— Supplied by A. II. Gen- 
try, Sparta. 

Laurel Springs Circuit— W. B. Scar- 
boro, Laurel Springs. 

Healing Springs Circuit— Supplied 
by C. K. Pool, Healing Springs. 

Jefferson Circuit— W. M. Robblns. 
Boone. 

Watauga Circuit— A. S. Raper, 
Amantha. 

Boone Circuit— A. L. Stanford, M c- 
Adensville. 

Creston Circuit— T. B. Johnson, C 
ton. 

Jonesville Circuit— J. D. 1 
Tonesville. 

SALISBURY DISTRICT. 

W. W. Bays, P. E., Charlotte. 

Salisbury, First Church— H. I 

k Salisbury, Main St.-A. H. WW 
Salisbury, East Salisbury-K. Q 

Barrett 
Spencer Station-R. C. Craven, 

Jl Sansbury Circuit— B. P. Carpenter, 

Concord, Central-J. A . B. **& 
Concord, Forest Hill— .1 • N. a 

t ins 

' Concord. Epworth-J. H. Barnhartt. 
Concord Circuit-T. W. Smith, I 

C °Mt. Pleasant Circuit— L. T. • 
dell, Mt. Pleasant. 
China Grove Circuit-B. O. P 

C Nor i w?o r d V Circuit-J. O. Shelly, 

W A.bemarle Station-G. T. R 
Albemarle. _ 

Albemarle Clrcult-C. M. Gentry. 

Albemarle. 



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METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH, AND MINISTERS. 



Gold Hill Circuit— J. S. Nelson, 
Cold Hill. 

Lexington Station and W. Lexing- 
ton Mission — J. D. Arnold, Lexington. 

Linwood Circuit and E. Lexington 
Mission— D. P. Tate, Linwood. 

Salem Circuit — W. Y. Scales, Salem. 

SHELBY DISTRICT 
W. R. Ware, P. E., Shelby. 

Shelby Station— H. M. Blair, Shelby. 

Shelby Circuit— \v. F. Womble, Shelby. 

King's Mountain Station— G. D. 
Herman, King's Mountain. 

Gastonia, Main St.— G. H. Detwiler. 

Gastonia, "West End and Ozark— 
T. A. Baldwin. 

McAdensville Station— R. W. Court- 
ney, McAdenville. 

Stanly Creek Circuit— J. H. West, 
Stanly Creek. 

Lowell Circuit— S. T. Barber, Low- 
ell. 

Mountain Island Station — J. I 
Bradley, Mountain Island. 

Lincolnton Circuit— T. T. Selyers, 
Lincolnton. 

Lowesville Circuit— J. J. Gray, 
Lowesville. 

Cherryville Circuit— J. W. Clegg, 
Cherryville. 

South Fork Circuit— Albert Sherrill, 
Plateau. 

Belwood Circuit— J. E. Woosley, 
Belwood. 

Polkville Circuit— R. M. Hoyle, 
Polkville. 

Rock Springs Circuit— B. A. York, 
Denver. 

Bessemer City Circuit— J. T. Erwin, 
Concord. 

North Cleveland Circuit— W. H. L. 
McLaurin. 

El Bethel Circuit— F. W. Bradley, 
Kings Mountain. 

Professor Trinity College — P. T. 
Durham, Durham. 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT. 
J. Ed. Thompson, P. E., Statesville. 

Statesville Station— M. A. Smith, 
James Wilson, sup., Statesville. 

Maiden Circuit— J. W. Ingle, Maiden. 

Turnersburg Circuit— W. F. Elliott, 
Turnersburg. 

Iredell Circuit— P. L. Terrell, 
Mooresville. 

Caldwell Circuit— J. T. Stover, Le- 
noir. 

Lenoir Circuit— G. W. Ivey, Lenoir. 

Mooresville Station— W. P. McGhee, 
Mooresville. 

Woodleaf Circuit— J. J. Brooks, 
Woodleaf. 

Mt. Zion Station— C. W. Campbell, 
Davidson. 

Mooresville Circuit— J. F. Triplett, 
Mooresville. 

Granite Falls Station— G. W. Calla- 
han, Granite Falls. 



Troutman Circuit— J. J. Havener, 
Troutman. 

Stony Point Circuit— R. T. N. Ste- 
phenson, Stony Point. 

Catawba Circuit— J. W. Bowman, 
Catawba. 

Hickory Station— T. A. Boone, 
Hickory. 

West End— S. P. Douglas, States- 
ville. 

Alexander Circuit — J. C. Postell, 
1 aylorsville. 

Statesville Circuit— R. B. Shelton, 
Statesville. 

Newton Circuit— C. F. Sherrill, 
Newton. 

Lenoir Station — N. R. Richardson, 
Lenoir. 

President Davenport Female Col- 
lege — C. W. Pickens, Lenoir. 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT. 
F. L. Townsend, P. E., Waynesville. 

Waynesville Station— T. J. Rodgers, 
Waynesville. 

Haywood Circuit— J. E. England, 
Crabtree. 

West Haywood— T. F. Glenn, Jona- 
than Creek. 

Canton Circuit — L. M. Brower, 
Canton. 

Clyde Circuit — J. D. Rankin, 
Waynesville. 

Sulphur Springs Circuit— W. G. 
Malonee, Acton. 

Leicester Circuit — W. M. Boring, 
Leicester. 

Mills River Circuit— J. A. Sronce, Mills 
River. 

French Broad — J. M. Rowland. 

Brevard Station— G. G. Harley, 
Brevard. 

Transylvania Circuit— J. C. Keever, 
Brevard. 

Spring Creek Circuit— C. P. Goode, 
Jo. 

WINSTON DISTRICT. 
D. Atkins, P. E., Winston. 

Winston, Centenary — T. F. Marr. 

Winston, Burkhead— H. Turner. 

Winston, Grace— W. H. Willis. 

Winston, Southside — To be supplied. 

Winston Circuit— J. C. Mock, Win- 
ston. 

Forsyth Circuit— R. F. Bryant, 
Lewisville. 

Kernersville Circuit— D. H. Comann, 
Kernersville. 

Madison Circuit— J. A. Bowles, 
Madison. 

Danbury Circuit— W. H. Perry, 
Danbury. 

Davidson Circuit — M. H. Hoyle, Ar- 
cadia. 

Summerfield Circuit— P. E. Parker, 
Stokesdale. 

Mocksville Station — W. L. Sherrill, 
Mocksville. 

Mocksville Circuit— W. C. Wilson, 
Mocksville. 



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METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH, AND MINIS : 






Farrington Circuit— M. H. Vestal, 
Harrington. 

Walker town Station— P. J. Carra- 
way, Walkertown. 

Jamestown Circuit— T. H. Pegram, 
Winston. 

Thomasville Station — L. A. Palls, 

homasville. 

( Appointments N. C. Conference. 

WASHINGTON DISTRICT. 

F. A. Bishop, P. E., Greenville. 

1 Washington Station— L. L. Nash, 
Washington. 

fVashington Circuit— D. A. Wat- 
:kins. Pinetown. 

Aurora Circuit— P. Greening, Au- 
rora. 

| Swan Quarter— R. A. Bruton, Swan 
Quarter. 

Mattamuskeet — J. G. Johnson, Lake 
Landing. 

■Fairfield Station— J. E. Holden, 
^airfield. 

[Greenville— H. M. Eure, Greenville. 

Farmville— To be supplied. 

Grimesland and Vanceboro — F. 

lure, supply, Grimesland. 

Bethel and Jamesville — A. D. Betts, 
_3ethel. 

Tarboro — C. W. Robinson, Tarboro. 

Conetoe — R. R. Grant, Conetoe. 

South Edgecombe— C. L. Read, Elm 
Sty. 

Rocky Mount— N. E. Coletrane, 
locky Mount. 

South Rocky Mount and Marvin— 
I D. Woodall, Rocky Mount. 
' Nashville— H. E. Tripp, Nashville. 

Spring Hope — L. H. Joyner, Spring 
;Iope. 

. Wilson— A. P. Tyre, Wilson. 
[Fremont— T. J. Dailey, Fremont. 

Portsmouth and Ocracoke — B. H. 
Mack, Oracoke. 

WARRENTON DISTRICT. 

J. E. Underwood, P. E., Littleton. 
Wnrrent r.— E. H. Davis, War- 
renton. 

Warren Circuit— J. M. Rice, War- 
den ton. 

Henderson— M. H. Tuttle and one 
to be supplied, Henderson. 
Littleton— H. A. Humble and W. E. 
Nicholson, Littleton. 
Weldon— J. D. Bundy. 
Roanoke Rapids— L. M. Chaffin, 
oanoke Rapids. 

Halifax— R. L. Davis, Enfield. 
Battleboro and Whitakers— E. E. 
ose, Battleboro. 

Scotland Neck— O. Ryder, Scotland 
eck. 

Hobgood— W. A. Piland, Hobgood. 
jWilliamston and Hamilton— T. H. 
ltton, Williamston. 
^irysburg— G. W. Fisher, Garys- 
irg. 



Northampton— J. C. Jones. .1 
son. 

Rich Square— VV. p. Jon 
Square. 

Meherrin— W. C. Merritt, Mai 
retteville. 

Murfreesboro— J. A. Rood, Wllllam- 
ston. 

Harrellsville— B. C. Thump 
Harrellsville. 

Bertie— A. R. Goodchild. Wind 

President Littleton Fema 
lege— J. M. Rhodes, Littlet 

Ridgeway— D. L. Earnhardt, Rl 
way. 

ELIZABETH CITY D1STRH 
R. A. Willis, P. E., Elizabeth City. 

Elizabeth City— R. C. Beam:.!. 
J. L. Cunninggim, Elizabeth City. 

Pasquotank— C. R. Taylor, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Camden— W. E. Hocutt, South 
Mills. 

Southern Camden— J. Y. Old, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Currituck— R. Bradley, Columbia. 

North Gates— G. W. Starling, Wi 
ton. 

Gates— C. P. Jerome, Gatesville. 

Perquimans— H. M. Jackson, Wlnfall 

Hertford— M. D. Hix, Hertf 

Edenton— R. H. Willis, Edenton. 

Plymouth— J. H. Buffalo, supply, 
Plymouth. 

Roper— A. J. Parker, Roper. 

Pantego— D. B. Parker, Bath. 

Columbia— To be suppl 

Dare — J. A. Peeler, .Mann's Harbor. 

Roanoke Island— S. T. Moyle, Man- 
teo. 

Kitty Hawk— L. E. Sawyer, supply. 

Kennekett— A. W. Pri' 

Hatteras— To be supplied. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT. 
J. T. Gibbs, P. E., Raleigh. 

Edenton-Street— G. F. Smith, 
leigh. 

Central— G. T. Adams, Raleigh. 

Brooklyn and Macedonia— M. M. 
McFarland, Raleigh. 

Cary— A. L. Ormond, < ' 

Clayton— S. A. Cotton. 1 

Smithfield— K. D. Holmes, Smith- 
field. 

Kenley— G. B. Starling-. Kenley. 

Mihoi-ook— N. L. Seabolt, Mill- 
brook. 

Youngsville— Supply R, II. Whlta- 
ker, Youngsville. 

Franklinton— G. B. Perry. Prank- 
linton. 

Louisburg— M. T. Plvler, 1. 
burs. 

Tar River— R. H. Broom. Klttrell. 

Granville— W. II. Puckett, Stem, 

Oxford— A. McCulleu, 

Oxford Circuit— J. D. Pegram. 
ford. 






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METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH, AND MINISTERS. 



Editor Raleigh Christian Advocate, 
T. N. Ivey, Raleigh. 

Chaplain U. S. Navy— W. E. Ed- 
mundson, Philadelphia. 

Agent of the Orphanage— J. B. 
Hurley, Raleigh. 

Epworth— J. M. Culbreth, supply, Ra- 
il igh. 

Colporter— H. B. Anderson. Raleigh. 

Superintendent of Orphanage— J. 
W. Jenkins, Raleigh. 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT. 

W. S. Rone, P. E., Rockingham. 

Rockingham Station— F. M. Sham- 
burger, Rockingham. 

Rockingham Circuit— N. H. Guy- 
ton, Rockingham. 

Richmond— E. C. Sell, Roberdell. 

Mt. Gilead— W. W. Rose, Mt. Gi- 
lead. 

Pekin— Supply J. W. Hoyle, Pekin. 

Montgomery— W. D. Sasser, Eldo- 
rado. 

Star— Supply T. H. Bain, Star. 

Aberdeen— J. E. Thompson, Aber- 
deen. 

St. John— J. A. Lee, Gibson. 

Laurinburg— L. S. Massey, Laurin- 
burg. 

Snead's Grove— S. E. Mercer. Snead's. 

Maxton and Caledonia— N. H. D. 
Wilson, Maxton. 

Red Springs— Z. T. Harrison, Red 
Springs. 

Lumberton— J. P. Pate, Lumber- 
ton. 

Robeson— B. C. Allred, Ashpole. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT. 

B. R. Hall, P. E., Payetteville. 

Hay-Street— T. A. Smoot, Fayette- 
ville. 

Campbellon and Rose Chapel— L. 
Johnson, Fayetteville. 

Cumberland— H. G- Stamey, Cum- 
berland. 

Cokesbury— G. O. Green, Stedman. 

Sampson— Supply D. A. Futrell, 
Roseboro. 

Lillington— Supply W. B. Humble, 
Linden. 

Buck Horn— W. H. Townsend, 
Chalk Level. 

Dunn-W. A. Forbes, Dunn. 

Newton Grove— W. T. Everton, 
Newton. 

Pittsboro— J. H. Frizelle, Pittsboro. 

Haw River— J. T. Draper, Bynum. 

Deep River— B. B. Culbreth, Gols- 
ton. 

Siler City— J. Sandford, Siler City. 

Carthage— L. E. Thompson, Car- 

Jonesboro— J. M. Ashby, Jonesboro. 
Goldston— J. C. Humble, Goldston. 
Sanford— W. F. Craven, Sanford. 
DURHAM DISTRICT. 
W. H. Moore P. E., Durham. 
Trinity— W. C. Norman, Durham. 



Main-Street— W. L. Cunninggim, Dur- 
ham; E. A. Yates, Durham. 

Carr Church and Branson— F. M. 
McCall, Durham. 

West Durham and Cunninggim— G. 
D. Langston, West Durham. 

Durham— J. H. McCracken, Dur- 
ham. 

Chapel Hill— N. M. Watson, Chapel 
Hill. 

Hillsboro Circuit— E. W. Fox, 
Hillsboro. 

Mt. Tirzah— M. D. Giles, Roxboro 

Roxboro — D. N. Caviness, Roxboro. 

Leasburg— J. B. Thompson, Leas- 
burg. 

Milton— N. C. Yearby, Milton. 

Yanceyville— R. F. Taylor, Pelham. 

Burlington Circuit— J. T. Stanford, 
Burlington. 

Burlington Station— J. H. Shore, 
Burlington. 

Haw River, Graham and East Bur- 
lington—George R. Rood, Burlington. 

Alamance— J. A. Dailey, Burling-) 
ton. 

President Trinity College— J. C. 
Kilgo, Durham. 

Trinity High School— J. F. Bivens, 
Durham. 

NEWBERN DISTRICT. 
F. D. Swindell, P. E., Goldsboro. 

Centenary — R. F. Bumpass, New Bern. 
Goldsboro, St. Paul's— M. Brad- 

shaw, Goldsboro. 
Goldsboro, St. John— J. Barker, 

Goldsboro. 
Goldsboro Circuit— E. R. Welch, 

Goldsboro. 
Mt. Olive and Faison— A. R. Raven, 

Mt. Olive. 
Mt. Olive Circuit— J. M. Carraway, 

supply, Mt. Olive. 

La Grange — J. M. Benson, La Grange. 

Snow Hill— E. Pope, Snow Hill. 

Kinston— D. H. Tuttle, Kinston. 

Grifton — J. M. Lowder, Grifton. 

Jones — D. C. Geddle, Trenton. 

Craven — C. O. Durant, Cove. 

Pamlico— W. A. Jenkins, supply, Stone- 
wall. 

Carteret— J. H. M. Giles, Newport. 

Morehead City— H. M. North, Morehead. 

Beaufort— J. A. Hornaday, Beaufort. 

Straits — J. E. Bristowe, Straits. 

Core Sound Mission — C. P. Snow, sup- 
ply, Atlantic. 

Oriental— J. L. Rumley. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT. 

R. B. John, Presiding Elder, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grace— J. N. Cole, Wilmington. 
Bladen Street— J. J. Porter, Wilming- 
ton. 
Fifth Street— J. H. Hall, Wilmington. 
Market Street— J. W. Potter, Wilming- 
ton. 

Scott's Hill— J. W. Gurganous, supply, 
Scottsville. 



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Onslow— F. S. Becton, supply, Palo Alto 

Jacksonville and Richlands— C. C. Broth- 
ers, Jacksonville. 

Magnolia— J. W. Wallace, Magnolia. 

Kenansville— G. B. Webster, supply Ke- 
nansville. 

Clinton— Y. E. Wright, Clinton. 

Bladen— A. J. Groves, Cypress Creek 

Elizabeth— G. T. Simmons, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Whiteville— A. S. Barnes, Whiteville 

Carver's Creek— V. J. Millis, supply 
Whiteville. 

Waccamaw— E. Milliken, supply Wacca- 
maw. 

Atlantic— J. M. Marlow, supply, Atlan- 
tic. 

Zion— T. J. Browning, Zion. 

Southport— R. W. Bailey, Southport. 

Burgaw— J. W. Martin, Burgaw. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT 
CHURCH. 

Number of members, 17,253; churches, 
222; ministers, 51; Sunday schools, 173- 
scholars, 9,896. 

C. L. Whitaker, President, Greensboro. 

W. E. Swain, Secretary, Osceola. 

J. F. McCulloch, Publishing Commit- 
tee, Greensboro. 

APPOINTMENTS FOR 1901. 

Alamance— T. F. McCulloch, Oakdale. 

Albemarle— C. E. Forlines (D. A. Bras- 
well, temporarily in charge). 

Asheboro and Cedar Falls— W. R. Low- 
dermilk, Asheboro. 

Buncombe— J. H. Moton, Weaverville. 

Burlington— G. F. Millaway, Burling- 
ton. 

Broad River— N. G. Bethea, Caroleen. 

Caldwell, H. D. Garmon, Rutherford 
College. 

Catawba — Unsupplied. 

Chatham— W. C. Kennett, Liberty. 

Cleveland— W. F. Ashburn, Fallston. 

Davidson, E. A. Plyler. 

East Guilford— C. E. M. Raper, Guil- 
ford College. 

Flat Rock— W. F. Kennett, Stokesdale. 

Forsyth— W C. Lassiter, Dosier. 

Gibsonville — W. L. Harris, Greensboro. 

Granville— R. M. Andrews, Kittrell. 

Greensboro — T. M. Johnson, Greens- 
boro. 

Greenville— O. P. Routh, Fitzhugh, Va. 

Guilford— J. H. Stowe, High Point. 

Halifax— C. H. Whitaker, Brinkley- 
ville. 

Haw River — C. A. Cecil, Greensboro. 

Henderson — J. S. Williams, Henderson. 

High Point— Wm. Porter, High Point. 

Ivey— G. H. Austin, Democrat. 

LaGrange — Unsupplied. 

Liberty — J. D. Williams, Kimesville. 

Lincoln — J. E. Hartsell, Orleans. 

Littleton— H. L. Powell, Littleton. 

Mecklenburg— P. C. Battle, Matthews. 

Mocksville— J. H. Totten, Dulins. 

Mt. Hermon — W. E. Swain, Osceola. 

Oak Ridge— W. F. Kennett and H. J. 
Hartsell. 



ge W. A l: . 

Pinnacl<'— A. L. Hunter, PI 
Plymouth and Edento 
well, Skinnerst ill. . 
Randleman S. B. l.n 

Randolph n. s. B. Th 

Rickland— J. 11. Bowman, l. 
Roanoki — Unsupplii d. 
Saxapahaw— W. W. Ami. k. Lib 
Spring Church— 0. I'. Routh 
Stanly— J. F. Dosier, I'M. r 
Surry— J. G. W Hollowa 
Tabernacle J, R. Hul 
Uwharrie W, C. Hammer, High p 
Vance— W. M. Pike, Dab 
Wadesboro— .1 1. I -.ill.. 

Winston Circuit N. M. Modlli 

College. 

Winston Station— E. G. Lowdermilfa 
Winston. 
Why Not— w. D. Fogleman, Why 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

There are 8,94] members, win 
izations confined chiefly to the moui 
section of the State, with a few on 
coast. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Moderator of Synod, Rev. \V. D. 
ton, Rocky Mount. 

Stated Clerk and Treasurer. Rev, D. I. 
Craig, Reidsville. 

Superintendent of Home Missions— E. 
E. Gillespie, Jefferson. 

Synodical Evangelist— William Black, 
Davidson. 

Number of ministers, L65; licentiate 
candidates, 63; churches. .".7v communi- 
cants, 34,638; total amount contrib 
for an causes during past eci I 
year, $220,946, of which sum > 
round numbers was raised tor M 
Foreign Missions— an average 
per week. The averai y of mln- 

j isters is $677. 

IN ORANGE PRESBYTERY. 
A. Currie, Hillsboro. 

D. I. Craig, Reidsville. 

E. W. Smith, D. D., Goldsboro. 
R. W. Cult), rtson, Mebane. 
J. McL. Seabrook. Greensb 
R. E. Caldwell, Winsti 

C. W. Robinson, North Wilkesl 
L. B. Turnbull, D. i».. Durham. 

D. I. Currie. Chapel Hill. 
H. S. Bradshaw, Hillsboro 
H. D. Lequeux. Greensboro. 
W. P. McCorkle, Graham. 
R. W. George. Francisco. 
Joseph Evans, Mil 

E. C. Murray. I >. D,, Mebane. 
E. E. Gillespie, ,i. in rson. 
S. H. Williamson. Yancejn ill' 
is. B. Palmer (colored I, Sen 
W. A. Gillon, Lexington 
R. L. Wharton, Cu 

.1. W. G Iman, High Po 

C. E. Ilodgin. Grei 



116 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AND MINISTERS. 


Allen Jones, Jr., Jefferson. 


A. D. McClure, Wilmington. 


Cornelius Miller, Danbury. 


S. H. Isler, Goldsboro. 


L. M. Kerschner, Lexington. 


P. C. Morton, Wilmington. 


W. A. Murray, &parta. 


J. E. L. Winecoff, Vineland. 


0. G. Jones, Burlington. 


W. M. Shaw, Southport. 


J. H. Hammet, Caldwell Institute. 


R. M. Williams, Wallace. 


J. E. Brown, Mt. Airy. 


D. P. McGeachy, Burgaw. 


IN CO.stORD PRESBYTERY. 


E. E. Lane, W T ilmington. 


J. Rumple, D. D., Salisbury. 


IN MECKLENBURG PRESBYTERY. 


William \V. Pharr, D. D., Mooresville. 


R. Z. Johnston, Lincolnton. 


John W. Davis, D. D., Soochow, China. 


J. J. Kennedy, Lowesville. 


J. M. Wharey, D. D., Mooresville. 


R. A. Miller, Lowell. 


B. L. Beall, Greensboro. 


J. R. McAlpine, Pineville. 


C. A. Aiunroe, Lenoir. 


S. C. Boyce, Wolfsville. 


L. McKinnon, D. D., Clinton. 


George A. Sparrow, Begonia. 


W. R. McLelland, Statesville. 


H. M. Dixon, Monroe. 


R. S. Arrowood, Woodleaf. 


J. M. Grier, Caldwell. 


J. B. Shearer, D. D., Davidson. 


William Black, Davidson. 


E. E. Pressly, Scott's. 


R. C. Morrison, Matthews. 


A. T. Graham, Davidson. 


M. C. Arrowood, Marshalville. 


R. W. Boyd, Barium Springs. 


Jonas Barclay, Martindale. 


J. C. Kennedy, Mt. Mourne. 


A. A. Little, Shopton. 


J. A. Harris, Spruce Pine. 


T. F. Boozer, Sunshine. 


L. A. McLaurin, Spruce Pine. 


J. W. Stagg, D. D., Charlotte. 


W. C. Brown, Fancy Hill. ' 


R. D. Stimson, Hopewell. 


W. J. Tidball, Taylorsville. 


T. J. Allison, Charlotte. 


J. M. Greenlee, Marion. 


J. R. Howerton, D. D., Charlotte. 


Edgar Tufts, Banner Elk. 


M. McG. Shields, Gastonia. 


John Wakefield, Salisbury. 


H. W. Hoon, Waxhaw. 


J. F. Pharr, Mill Hill. 


W. R. Minter, Rutherfordton. 


C. Preston, Concord. 


M. A. Henderson, Rutherfordton. 


Thornwell Jacobs, Morganton. 


G. T. Thomson, Cottonwood. 


A. S. Caldwell, Barium Springs. 


J. A. Dorriette, Charlotte. 


A. W. White, Marion. 


S. H. Spencer, Morven. 


J. A. Gilmer, Mill Bridge. 


T. C. Croker, Gastonia. 


J. A. Scott, Statesville. 


J. A. MeMurray, Mint Hill. 


^. M. Richards, Statesville. 


A. H. Temple, Locust. 


IN FAYETTEVILLE PRESBYTERY. 


J. J. Harrell, Martindale. 


H. G. Hill, D. D., Maxton. 


S. L. Cathey, Rutherfordton. 


David Fairley, Manchester. 


J. R. Millard, Kings Mountain. 


A. N. Ferguson, Laurinburg. 


J. R. Bridges, D. D., Charlotte. 


K. M. Mclntyre, Carl. 


W. 0. Sample, Lodo. 


J. S. Black, Linden. 


G. C. Huntington, Charlotte. 


P. R. Law, Lumber Bridge. 


G. W. Belk, Charlotte. 


K. A. McLeod, Jonesboro. 


W. H. Wilson, Stanly. 


W. F. Thorn, Ore Hill. 


G. L. Cook, Sandifer. 


M. N. Mclver, Rockingham. 


W. H. Davis, Davenport. 


A. J. McKelway, Charlotte. 


J. W. Siler, Gastonia. 


A. M. Hassell, West End. 


W. D. Morton, D. D., Rocky Mount. 


M. D. McNeill, Sanford. 


E. P. Bradley, Tonnesville. 


H. Craig, Plainview. 


IN ALBEMARLE PRESBYTERY. 


L. L. Little, Kiang Yiu, China. 


F. H. Johnston, D. D., Elizabeth City. 


W. R. Coppedge, Rockingham. 


E. Daniel, D. D., Raleigh. 


V. . C. Buchanan, Nagoya, Japan. 


C. N. Wharton, W T arrenton. 


C. G. Vardell, Red Springs. 


F. W. Farries, Goldsboro. 


A. McLaughlin, Mt. Gilead. 


W. T. Walker, Oxford. 


C. H. Dobbs, Jr., Carthage. 


J. B. Morton, Tarboro. 


H. T. Graham, Fayetteville. 


James Thomas, Wilson. 


R. W. Alexander, Reaford. 


E. D. Brown, Kinston. 


J. P. McMillan, D. D., St. Paul's. 


A. R. Shaw, Henderson. 


C. F. Rankin, Red Springs. 


IN ASHEVILLE PRESBYTERY. 


J. M. Rose, D. D., Laurinburg. 


D. T. Towles, Crabtree. 


... W. Hines, Smithfield. 


E. A. Sample. Hendersonville. 


J. L. Yaudle, Fayetteville. 


J. T. Wade, Highlands. 


IN WILMINGTON PRESBYTERY. 


R. F. Campbell, D. D., Asheville. 


Colin Shaw, Kinston. 


E. Mac. Davis, Marshall. 


James Kelly, Clarkton. 


F. D. Hunt, W T aynesville. 


A. McFadyen, Clarkton. 


R. S. Erkridge, Swannanoa. 


J. D. Stanford, Kenansville. 


D. M. Douglas, Brevard. 


J. J. Hines, Riverdale. 


T. W. DeVane, Robinsonville. 


Peter Mclntyre, Faisons. 


R. P. Smith, Asheville. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS 



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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATIONS. 

State Executive Committee. 

Headquarters: Association Building, 
Charlotte, N. C. 

A. G. Knebel, State Secretary for the 
Carolinas. 

Permanent address: Asheville, N. C. 

George B. Hanna, Chairman, Char- 
lotte. 

A. G. Brenizer, Vice-Chairman, Char- 
lotte. 

W. C. Down, Treasurer, Charlotte. 
Dr. H. L. Smit'n, Davidson. 
J. H. Southgate, Durham. 
John T. Pullen, Raleigh. 
George Stephens, Charlotte. 
J. O. Atkinson, Elon College. 
Dr. Thomas Hume, Chapel Hill. 
John Frank, Wilmington. 
C. W. Tillett. Charlotte. 
G. A. Norwood, Jr., Goldsboro. 
George L. Hackney, Asheville. 
Dr. F. R. Harns, Henderson. 
J. M. Rogers, Winston. 
G. W. Watts, Durham. 
C. S. Stone, Charlotte. 
Rev. A. T. Graham, D. D., Davidson. 
CITY ASSOCIATIONS EMPLOYING 
GENERAL SECRETARIES. 

Asheville— C. W. Brown, President; O. 

B. Van Horn, General Secretary; Jas. 
Huntington, Physical Director. Occu- 
py rented quarters, and have a mem- 
bership of 400. 

Charlotte— George B. Hanna, President; 
G C. Huntington, General Secretary; 
a'. S. Thompson, Physical Director. 
Occupy their own building, worth $35,- 
000 with a membership of 650. 

Winstou-Salem— W. M. Hendren, Presi- 
dent; A. W. Hicks, General Secretary. 
Occupy rented quarters, and have a 
membership of 425. 

Wilmington— W. L. Latta, President; \\ . 
W Turner, General Secretary; Dr. N. 
M Wetzel, Physical Director. Occupy 
their own building, worth $40,000, and 

have a membership of 450. 

RAILROAD ASSOCIATIONS. 

Southern Railway Department, Y. M. C. 
A Spencer, N. C.-W. H. Burton 
Chairman; Rubens Humphry, General 
Secretary. Occupy large residence, 
rented quarters, and have a member- 
ship of 425. 

TOWN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Columbus-J. L. Reynolds, President 
Occupy rented quarters and have a 
membership of 35. 

Gastonia-Own their own building, val- 
ued at $4,000. 

Maxton— J S. McRae, President. Occu- 
py rented quarters, with a membership 

North Wilkesboro-J. Utley Hays Presi- 
dent. Occupy rented quarters and have 
a membership of 50. 



COLLEGE ASSOCIA i 
Bingham School— Asheville, 70 n 
1). M. Norwood, Pn 

University of North I 

Hill, loo members; F. M. 

ident. 
Davidson College— Davidson. II 

bers; J. A. McLeod, Pn Sent. 
Trinity College— Durham, 70 i 

D. D. Peele, President. 
Elon College— Elon College, 76 i 

: T. B. White, Pi 
Grilford College— Guilford Collegi 

members; J. Carl Hill, Pi 
William Bingham Scl i 

members; L. J. Powell, Pi 
Catawba College— Newton, 

J. B. Leonard, Preshl 
Oak Ridge Institut Oa] DO 

members; I. W. Murphy, President 
Wake Forest College — Wake, I 

bers; S. G. Flournoy, President. 
Wi a vi r\ ille Collegi Wi a\ i r\ i 1 1 < -. 

members. 
A. and M. College— Wesl Raleigl 

members; li. V. V 
Whitsett Institute— Whitsett, 75 mem- 
bers; J. Y. Joyner, Presii! 
Trinity High School— Durham, 50 mi m 

bers; S. G. Underwood, Presidi 
North Carolina College— Mt. Pleasant, 26 

members; G. II. Lingl 
North Carolina Medical College— It. 

son, 20 members; II. Stokes Monroe, 

President. 

Total members of College Associations, 
1,100. 

TOTAL NUMBER OP MEMBERS, 

City Associations 

Town Associations 

Railroad Associations 

College Associations 

Summaiy Religious Denominations, 



Minis- 
ters. 
Advent Christian.. 18 
Associate Reform. 20 

Baptist 915 

Christian 66 

Church of Christ. . L6 

Disciples 54 

Dunkards 9 

Episcopal 108 

Evang. Lutheran.. 73 

Friends 53 

Free Will Baptist. . 259 

Hi brews 

Latter Day Saints. 24 
Methodist, E. S... 381 

Methodist, E 65 

Methodist, Wes — 7 

Methodist, Prot 64 

Moravian 

Old Two Seed 

Presbyterian 

Prim. Baptist 

Reformed Chun h, . 

Seventh Day 

Sev. Day A(l'.> n 
Salvation Army.... 
Waldenses 



Ch's. 

18 

L.668 

101 
16 

126 
9 

221 

137 

298 

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1,375 

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117 

208 



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317 


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2,019 

8,941 
16,416 

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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 



Educational Information* 

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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Below is a partial list of leading col- 
leges and schools in the State. A com- 
plete list could not be obtained for this 
edition of the YEAR BOOK. 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLI- 
NA.— Francis Preston Venable, Ph. D., 
President. Located at Chapel Hill. In- 
corporated 1789. 

STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
COLLEGE.— Charles D. Mclver, A. B. 
D. Litt., President. Located at Greens- 
boro. Chartered in 1891; began work 
October, 1892. 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 
MECHANIC ARTS.— George Tayloe 
Winston, President. Located at Ra- 
leigh. Chartered in 1887. 

TRINITY COLLEGE.— Rev. John C. 
Kilgo, D. D., President. Located at 
Durham. Incorporated 1851. 

WAKE FOREST COLLEGE.— Rev. 
Charles E. Taylor, B. Lit., D. D., Presi- 
dent. Located at Wake Forest. Char- 
tered in 1833. 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE.— Prof. H. L. 
Smith, A. M., President. Located at Da- 
vidson. Chartered in 1835. 

ELON COLLEGE.— Rev. W. W. Sta- 
ley, A. M., D. D., President. Located at 
Elon College. Chartered in 1889. 

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL.— Rev. Theo- 
dore Bralton, B. D., Rector. Located at 
Raleigh. Established in 1S42. 

PEACE INSTITUTE.— Prof. Jas. Din- 
v.iddio, A. M., Principal. Located at 
Raleigh. Founded in 1837. 

ELIZABETH COLLEGE— Rev. Chas. 
B. King, A. M., President; Julia Louise 
Abbott, Lady Principal. Located at 
Charlotte. Incorporated 1897. 

GUILFORD COLLEGE.— Lewis Lyn- 
don Hobbs, A. M., President. Located in 
Guilford county. Incorporated as a col- 
lege 1888. 

YADKIN COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. 
— W. T. Tatton, A. B., J. F. Tatton, A. 
B., Principals. Located at Yadkin Col- 
lege. Chartered in 1S61. 

RED SPRINGS SEMINARY.— Rev. C. 
S. Vardell, President. Located at Red 
Springs. Incorporated in 1897. 

THE BAPTIST FEMALE UNIVERSI- 
TY.— Rev. R. T. Vann., D. D., Presi- 
dent. Located at Raleigh. Incorporated 
1891. 

GREENSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE. 
— Dr. Dred. Peacock, President. Loca- 
ted at Greensboro. Chartered 1S3S 

NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE.— Rev. 
W. A. Lutz, President. Located at Mt. 
Pleasant. Chartered 1855. 

WEAVERVILLE COLLEGE.— Rev. G. 
F. King, Principal. Located at Weaver- 
ville. Founded 1873. 



CLAREMONT COLLEGE.— Stuart P. 
Hatton, President. Located at Hickory. 
Chartered 1880. 

CATAWBA COLLEGE.— Chas. H. Me- 
bane, President. Located at Newton. 
Chartered in 1851. 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE.— Right Rev. 
George Haid, D. D., O. S. D., President. 
Located at Belmont. Founded 1876 

LOUISBURG FEMALE COLLEGE.— 
M. S. Davis, President. Located at 
Louisburg. Established 1847. 

LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE.— 
Rev. J. M. Rhodes, President. Located 
at Littleton. Established 1884. 

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE— Jno. R. 
Bridgers, President. Located at Char- 
lotte. 

DAVENPORT FEMALE COLLEGE.— 
Rev. C. M. Pickens, President. Located 
at Lenoir. 

LENOIR COLLEGE.— Rev. R. A. Yo- 
der, D. D., President. Located at Hick- 
ory. 

CONCORDIA COLLEGE.-Located at 
Conover. 

HAYESVILLE COLLEGE.-Located at 
Hayesville. 

DALLAS FEMALE COLLEGE.-Loca- 
ted at Dallas. 

KINSTON COLLEGE.— Dr. R. H. 
Lewis, President. Located at Kinston. 

SALEM ACADEMY AND COLLEGE. 
—John H. Clewell, Principal. Located 
at Winston-Salem. Founded 1802. 

KINSEY SEMINARY.— Joseph Kinsey, 
A. M., President. Located at Wilson. 

MT. AMOENA SEMINARY.— Dr. H. 
N. Miller, President. Located at Mt. 
Pleasant. 

WHITSETT INSTITUTE.— William 

Thornton Whitsett, Ph. D., President. 
Located at Whitsett, Guilford county. 
Incorporated 1884. 

THE BINGHAM SCHOOL.— Col. Rob- 
ert Bingham, A. M., L.L. D.. Superin- 
tendent. Located at Asheville. Estab- 
lished 1793. 

NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE INSTI- 
TUTE.— Rev. Thomas Lawrence. D. D., 
President. Located at Asheville. Es- 
tablished 1892. 

OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE.— J. Allen 
Holt and Martin H. Holt, Principals. 
Located at Oak Ridge. Chartered 1852. 

HORNER MILITARY SCHOOL.— J. C. 
Horner, Principal. Located at Oxford. 
Founded about fifty years ago. 

BINGHAM SCHOOL.— Preston Lewis 
Gray, Principal. Located near Mebane. 
Established 1793. 

RALEIGH MALE ACADEMY.— Hugh 
Morson, Principal. Located at Raleigh. 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL.— John W. 
Canada, A. B., Principal. Located at 
Chapel Hill. Established 1896. 
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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 



BUIE'S CREEK ACADEMY AND 
COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.— Rev. J. A. 
Campbell, Principal. Located at Buie's 
Creek. 

HOME INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.— Flor- 
ence Stephenson, Principal. Located at 
Asheville. Established 1887. 

GARY HIGH SCHOOL.— E. L. Middle- 
ton. Principal. Located at Cary. Es- 
tablished 1896. 

FRANCIS HILLIARD SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS.— Miss Margaret B. Hilliard, 
Principal. Located at Oxford. 

OXFORD FEMALE SEMINARY.— 
Prof. F. P. Hobgood, A. M., President. 
Located at Oxford. Founded in 1850. 

CULLOWEE HIGH SCHOOL.— R. L. 
Madison, Principal. Located at Painter. 

TURLINGTON INSTITUTE.— Ira T. 
Turlington, Principal. Located at 
Smithfleld. 

ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE INSTI- 
TUTE.— S. L. Sheep, Principal. Loca- 
ted at Elizabeth Sity. 

ROBESON INSTITUTE.— Prof. Acker- 
man, Principal. Located at Lumberton. 

TRINITY PARK HIGH SCHOOL.— J. 
F. Bivens, Head Master. Located at 
Durham. 

RABFORD MILITARY INSTITUTE.— 
W. P. M. Currie, Principal. Located at 
Raeford. 

CROATAN NORMAL.— T. C. Hender- 
son, Principal. Located at Pates. 

WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL.— John 



Graham, Principal. Lo 
ton. 
UNION HOME SCHOOL.- ' 

Kelly, a. M., Principal, l. 
tor. 

Graded Schools and Superintend! 

Asheville R, J, y 

Salisbury I 

Concord 

Rcidsville \v B, D 

Wilson i: p • 

Tarboro i; \\ i . 

Point Geo. H. C\ 

Mt. Airy |\ [| 

New Bern Thou 

Kinston L 

Statesville D. Matt. Thomi 

Charlotte Alex. Graham. 

Greensboro <;. A. Grin 

Goldsboro I 1. 1 

Winston C. F. Tomll 

Wilmington ). .1. Blair. 

Raleigh E. I'. M 

Washington Harry Howell. 

Henderson J. T. Alderman. 

Durham J. A. Math 

Association of Academies. 

President— S. I. Sheep, Atlantic Colle 
giate Institute, Elizabeth City. 

Vice-President- -John Graham, Wai 
ton High School. 

Secretary and Treasurer- R. L. Madi- 
son, Cullowhee High School, Painti r 



HE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE 



-OF- 



Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 

TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN: 

Agriculture, Stock-raising, Horticulture, Mechanical, 
Civil and Electrical Engineering, Textile Industry, 
Chemistry and Architecture. 
PRACTICAL TRAINING IN: 

Carpentry, Wood-turning, Blacksmithing, Machine- 
work, Mill-work, Boiler-tending, Engine-tending and 
Dynamo-tending. 
Tuition $20 a year ; Bsard, $S a month. Sessions open Septemtn r I si 
Entrance examinati >ns in eacn County Court-house and at the College. 

For full information, addre:^— 

PRESIDENT GEO. T. WINSTON. 

Rah igh, N 



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COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS. 



COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS 
SCHOOLS. 

Alamance— Rev. W. S. Long, Elon 
College. 

Alexander— A. Frank Sharpe, Hidde- 
nite. 

Alleghany— Rev. Sam. W. Brown, 
Sparta. 

Anson — William D. Redfearn, Anson- 
ville. 

Ashe — J. W. Jones, Clifton. 

Beaufort— Rev. Nathaniel Harding, 
Washington. 

Bertie— R. W. Askew, Windsor. 

Bladen— J. D. Currie, Clarkton. 

Brunswick — R. Vance Leonard, Shal- 
lcte. 

Buncombe — S. F. Venable, Asheville. 

Burke— Herbert O. Houk, Morganton. 

Cabarrus— W. B. Stickley, Concord. 

Caldwell— Prof. E. B. Phillips, Hudson. 

Camden— Chas. H. Spencer, South 
Mills. 

Carteret— Capt. Joseph Pigott, Straits. 

Caswell— A. E. Henderson, Yancey- 
ville. 

Catawba— A. P. Whisenhunt, Hickory. 

Chatham— A. T. Holleman, Ascend. 

Cherokee — W. K. Johnson, Unaka. 

Chowan— R. H. Willis, Edenton. 

Clay — T. H. Nancock, Hayesville. 

Cleveland — J. A. Anthony, Shelby. 

Columbus — L. W. Stanley, Vineland. 

Craven — Dr. Jno. S. Long, New Bern. 



Cumberland— Z. B. Newton, Fayette- 
ville. 

Currituck— H. B. Ansell, Basco. 

Dare — Dr. E. P. Gates, Manteo. 

Davidson— P. L. Ledford, Thomasville. 

Davie — John D. Hodges, Augusta. 

Duplin— Samuel W. Clement, Wallace. 

Durham— Chas. Wesley Massey, Dur- 
ham. 

Edgecombe — F. S. Wilkinson, Tarboro. 

Forsyth — A. P. Davis, Winston. 

Franklin— R. B. White, Franklinton. 

Gaston— L. M. Hoffman, Dallas. 

Gates — Jno. R. Walton, Gatesville. 

Graham — J. N. Moody, Robbinsville. 

Granville— A. Baker, Oxford. 

Greene — W. P. Davis, Snow Hill. 

Guilford— J. R. Wharton, Greensboro. 

Halifax— Col. A. Prescott, Halifax. 

Harnett— Rev. J. S. Black, Linden. 

Haywood — A. J. Garner, Peru. 

Henderson — James M. Justice, Hender- 
sonville. 

Hertford— Hon. J. C. Scarboro, Mur- 
freesboro. 

Hyde — J. M. Watson, Swanquarter. 

Iredell — James A. Butler, Statesville. 

Jackson— J. N. Wilson, Webster. 

Johnston— Prof. Ira T. Turlington, 
Smithfield. 

Jones— W. H. Hammond, Trenton. 

Lenoir— C. W. Howard, Kinston. 

Lincoln— G. T. Heftner, Crouse. 

Macon— J. R. Pendergrass, Franklin. 

Madison— J. M. James, Marshall. 

Martin — R. J. Peele, Jamesville. 



GREEN/BORO FEMALE COLLEGE, 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Devoted to the Education of Young Women. 



LARGE FACULTY OF 12 SPECIALISTS. 



Schools of Music, Art, Elocution. 

Business and Literary Courses. 

Charges Moderate. 

Well-equipped Laboratories for Individual Work. Library of more than 

8,000 volumes for Reference and General Reading. College Building 

Heated by Steam ; Lighted by Electricity ; Situated in the Centre 

of a Campus of Forty Acres. Elevation 800 Feet Above Fea 

Level. Health Record Unsurpassed. Send for Catalogue. 

DRED PEACOCK, President. 



COUNTY SUPERINTKXDHNTS OF - 



McDowell— W. P. Wood, Marion. 

Mecklenburg— R. B. Hunter, Charlotte 

Mitchell— Augustus Masters, Bakers- 
ville. 

Montgomery— D. W. Cochran, Troy 

Moore— T. M. Langly, Bensaleni. 

Nash— W. S. Wilkinson, Rocky Mount. 

New Hanover— Washington Catlctt, 
Wilmington. 

Northampton— Paul J. Long, Jackson. 

Onslow— Asa W. Cooper, Jacksonville. 

Orange— John Thompson, Cedar Grove 

Pamlico— M. W. Ball, Bayboro. 

Pasquotank— S. L. Sheep, Elizabeth 
City. 

Pender— T. H. W. Mclntire, Ivanhoe. 

Perquimans— W. G. Gaither, Hertford. 

Person— S. P. Holloway, Roxboro. 

Pitt— W. H. Ragsdale— Greenville. 

Polk— W. M. Justice, Mill Spring. 

Randoph— W. C. Hammer, Asheboro. 

Richmond— J. H. Walsh, Rockingham. 

Robeson— M. Shepard, Sterling. 

Rockingham— E. P. Ellington, Went- 
worth. 

Rowan— Robt. G. Kizer, Salisbury. 

Rutherford— A. L. Rucker, Ruther- 
fordton. 

Sampson — Street Brewer, Clinton. 

Stanly— C. J. Black, Big Lick. 

Stokes — W. B. Harris, Danbury. 

Surry — Rev. J. H. Lewellyn, Dobson. 

Swain — L. Lee Marr, Bryson City. 

Traysylvania— W. L. Carmichael, Bre- 
vard. 



Tyrrell— Samuel R i ■ 

1 i —A. M. Coj 

!l " GWeon N Bi 

Wake Rev. W. <;. i 
vine. 

Warren Jai 
ton. 

Washington ell. Jr 

mouth. 
Watauga— B. it. 
Wayne E. T. Atl 
Wilkes— C. ('. V. 
w Llson— James \v. 1 1 
"i adkin- B. Q 
Yancey- Will. D. Pel 

State Teachers' Assembly. 

President— J. Allen Holt, Oak I: 
Vice-Presideni- Edwin Mims, Durl 
Secy and Treas'r— C. H. Mebane N 

Librarians. 

James F. Taylor, of W;ike. 
Oliver H. Perry, of \\ 
Theophilus H. Hill, of Wake. 
Henry D. Coley, of Wake. 
Theophilus H. Hill, of Wake 
Thomas R. Purnell, of W 
Sherwood Haywood, of W 
Randolph A. Shotwell, of Ruthert 
J. C. Birdsong, of Wa 
J. C. Ellington, of Johns! 
R. A. Cobb, of Burke. 
M. O. Sherrill, of Catawba. 




Normal i lisfil colli 



ol Carolina sinie 

Four Regular Courses of Study- 
Leading to Graduation. 



THOROUGH INSTRUCTION IN 

Pedagogy, Science, Literature, History, Mathemal 
Ancient and Modern Languages, Civil Government, 
Drawing, Elocution and Vocal Music, Shorthand, 
Typewriting, Bookkeeping, and Domestic 

Science . 

Well equipped Laboratories and Library. FACULTY OF THIRTY Ml Ml. I RS. 

More than Two Thousand Matriculates during the 
past eight years representing every county in the 
State. For catalogue, address — 

President Charles D. Mclvi r, 
Green N. < 



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SCHOOL CENSUS AND SCHOOL FACTS. 



Census of School Children. 

For 1899— Whites, 408,787; colored, 198,- 
6(b. Total, 607,387. 

For 1900— Whites, 439,431; colored, 220,- 
198. Total, 659,629. 

Enrollment in public schools for 1899 — 
Whites, 263,217; colored 127,399. Total, 
390,616. 

For 1900— Whites, 270,447; colored, 130,- 
005. Total, 400,452. 

Average salary of teachers for 1900 — 
White, males, $26.18; white, females, 
$23.41; colored, males, $21.14; colored, fe- 
males, $19.82. 

Value of public school property for 
1900: 

Whites $ 893,269 

Colored 258,295 

Total $1,097,564 

In 1899 the white was $S26,662, and col- 
ored $267,143; total, $1,093,805, showing a 
gain of $3,759 for 1900. 

NUMBER OF SCHOOL-HOUSES. 

For 1899, colored 2,108 

For 1899, white 4,678 

Total 6.7S6 

For 1900, colored 2,120 

For 1900, white 4,798 

Total 6,918 



NUMBER OF SCHOOLS TAUGHT. 

For 1900, whites 5,047 

For 1900, colored 2,344 

Total 7,391 

Higher Institutions for Negroes. 

A. and M. College, Greensboro, N. C. 

Bennett College, Greensboro, N. C. 

Biddle University, Charlotte, N. C. 

Livingstone College, Salisbury, N. C. 

Scotia Seminary, Concord, N. C. 

Shaw University, Raleigh, N. C. 

St. Augustine's, Raleigh, N. C. 

Building and Trades College, Southern 
Pines. 

Franklinton Christian College, Frank- 
linton. 

Kittrell College, Kittrell. 

Normal and Industrial College, Kit- 
trell. 

Normal School (State), Elizabeth City. 

Normal School (State), Goldsboro. 

Normal School (State), Salisbury. 

Normal School (State), Plymouth. 

Normal School (State), Fayetteville. 

Normal School (State), Franklinton. 

Slater Industrial Academy and Normal 
School, Winston. 

State Board of Education. 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and 



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High-grade 
First-class 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

RALEIGH, N. C 







> Business College, 



North Carolina's High=class Business 
Training School. 






DON'T LEAVE YOUR STATE TO GET A BUSINESS EDUCATION' 

One price to all. No course costs over $30. Board $10 to $12.50. 

GRADUATES ASSISTED TO POSITIONS. 



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ORPHANAGES-FIREMEN-TRUCK GRoWKRs" 



Attorney-General constitute the 
Board of Education. 






State 



STATE MUSEUM. 



Agricultural Building, Raleigh. H H 
Brimley, Naturalist and Taxidermist 
Curator. 

Directors— Prof. J. A. Holmes, State 
Geologist, Chapel Hill; T. K. Brunor, 
Secretary Board of Agriculture, Raleigh; 
H. H. Brimley, Curator, Raleigh. 

Orphanages in North Carolina. 

Oxford Orphan Asylum— Oxford; W. J. 
Hicks, Superintendent. 

Odd Fellows' Orphanage— Goldsboro, 
D. A. Coble, Superintendent. 

Baptist Orphanage— Thomasville, J. B. 
Boone, Superintendent. 

Thompson Orphanage (Episcopal- 
Charlotte, W. J. Smith, Superintendent. 

Presbyterian Orphanage — Barium 
Springs, R. W. Boyd, Superintendent. 

Friends' Orphanage— High Point, Hen- 
ry Hankins, Superintendent. 

Methodist Orphanage — Raleigh, J. W. 
Jenkins, Superintendent. 

Catholic Orphanage (Nazareth)— Ra- 
leigh, Fathers Price and Irwin in 
charge. 

There is also an orphanage at Oxford 
for colored children, supported in part 
by the State. 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

fcity-nine mission chur.l 
Carolina, 56 Sundays Bchool 
ministers Rev. AW. Cm 
w. c is Sunday school con 
the Carolinas. 

STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OPFK 

OF THE ASSOC I. VI I 

James D. McNeill, Pi 
ville. 

H. L. Riggins, Firsi \ 
Winston. 

W. S. Orr, Second Via I 
Charlotte. 

T. A. Green, Treasurer, New Berne. 

L. J. Taylor, Statistician, New Bi 

W. C Von Glahn, Secretary, Wiln 
ton. 

East Carolina Truck and Fruit- 
Growers' Association. 

W. L. Hill, President, Warsaw. 

J. A. Brown, Vice-President, Chad- 
bourn. 

S. H. Strange, Treasurer and 
ary, Fayetteville. 



THE ATLANTIC HOTEL, 

MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. 

North Carolina's Favorite Resort Sy the Sea. 



This fa nous old seas'de resort hotel will ope for the season of the 
Twentieth Century, June the first, 1901, under cap. Die and efficient man- 
agement. New and extensive improvements have been added to this 
grand old hotel, and the season of 1901 will be th randest in its history. 

The Atlantic Hotel is located near Cape I Kout, and is one of tin- 
most popular resorts on the Southern coast, partiv. iarly with the people oJ 
North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and other Southern States 
The pleasures at this historical resort are many and varied ; excellent 
gime fishing, unexcelled at any resort in the country, such as the beautiful 
and dashing Spanish mackerel, the gallant blue fish, the massive drum, 
sheepsheid and others too numerous to mention. Splendid yachting, 
boating, sailing and surf bathing ; the largest ball room in the South, with 
an excellent orchestra rendering daily concerts. The cuisine is nil that 
could be desired with an abundance of sea foods, etc. Express and 
graph office in the hotel. If you wish to enjoy the summer months 
that delightful old place, The Atlantic Hotel, Morehead City, N. C. 



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IN DIVERSITY OF PRODUCTS, 

IN HE1LTHFULNESS, 

IN MILDNESS AN~D EQUABILITY OF CLIMATE, 

IN NEARNESS TO MARKETS, 

IN SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, AND OTHER NEEDS OF 
AN ADVANCED CIVILIZATION, and 

IN ALL THAT GOES TO MAKE LIFE WORTH LIVING, 

THE TERRITORY OF THE 



Atlantic 



.Coast Line 



IS PRE=EMINENT. 



Here are some of the staple crops of the different sections of this area : 
All Vegetables and Wbeat, Toliscc®, 



Small Fruits, 
Peaches, 
Grapes, Figs, 
And Other Fruits, 



Corn, 
Oats, and 
Other 
Grains, 



Cotton, 
Peanuts, 
May, 
Rice. 



The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line is to foster all developments along its line. 
IT IS THE GREATEST TRUCKING ROAD IN AMERICA, and it provides every 
facility for getting farm, garden, and orchard products to the Northern markets in 
best possible condition, in shortest time, and at lowest rates. 

In no part of the country is there a greater abundance of game and fish than 
in the eastern counties of North and South Carolina. 

NORTHERN FARMERS ARE INVITED to write for information in detail about 
the territory of the Atlantic Coast Line, which extends from RICHMOND AND 
NORFOLK TO COLUMBIA, AUGUSTA, AND CHARLESTON. 



T. M. EMERSON, Traffic M'g'r. H. M. EMERSON, Gen. Fr. & P. A. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



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The Census of 1900. 

The Director of the Census, on October 30, announced tl popu 
of the United States— 76,295,220, an increase of 21 per ceul 
decade. The population by States and Territories, in 1 900 and i. 



STATES. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

O no 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Total (for forty-five States) . 
Indians not taxed 



TERRITORIES. 



Alaska (estimated) 

Arizona 

District of Columbia 

Hawaii 

Indian Territory 

New Mexico 

Oklahoma :■,*■ 

Indians, etc., on Indian reservations, except In- 
dian Territory 

Total for seven Territories, etc 

Indians not taxed 



1900. 



,61 
1 185 
9 700 
9l - 
L84 

2,216 
161 771 

1 82 

2 516 
2,251 829 

1 469 196 

2 147.174 
1 381.627 

694 366 

1 189 

2 80 

1 78 ! 
1 7.il 395 
1 551 372 

3 107,117 
243 2-S9 

1 (. c,s 901 
42 334 

411 5.S8 
1 883 6 9 
7 268 009 
1 891 992 

319,040 
•1,1 >' 

U3.532 
6 301 

1 340.312 

-li 1 1 559 

2 022 723 

3 01- 
276 •>'•"> 

1 85 1 1 M 

958 900 
'J 01 
92,531 



74.621 



278 7 is 

391,960 

193 777 
398 245 



1 657 313 






1 911 
1 127 

1,04 

1 2J 

2 679 184 

1 

1 li, 

5 '.''.■ 

1 .i 7 '.'17 

1 15 

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1 7' 

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Depository of the State of North Carolina and the County of Wake. 

The Commercial and Farmers Bank 

OF RALEIGH, N. C. 



Commenced Business September 30, 189 J. 

Chartered by General Assembly of N. C. 

J. J. THOMAS, President, B. S. JERMAN, Cashier. 

ALF. A. THOMPSON, Vice-President. H. W. JACKSON, Ass't Cashier. 

JAMES E. SHEPHERD, Attorney. 
Hon. FRED. PHILIPS, R. B. RANEY, and JOSHUA B. HILL, Examining Com. 

DIRECTORS. 

J. J. THOMAS, President. 

ALF. A. THOMPSON, of Johnson & Thompson, Cotton Exporters. 

CAREY J. HUNTER, Sup't Union Central Life Insurance Company. 

R. B. RANEY, Gen. Agt. Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. 

THOS. H. BRIGGS, of Thos. H. Briggs & Son, Hardware. 

JOSHUA B. HILL, of J. R. Ferrall & Co., Grocers. 

JAMES E. SHEPHERD, of Shepherd & Shepherd, Attorneys at Law. 

HENRY A. LONDON, Attorney at Law, Pittsboro, N. C. 

JOHN W. SCOTT, Capitalist, Sanford, N. C. 

GEO. W. WATTS, Director American Tobacco Company, Durham, N. C. 

B. N. DUKE, President Fidelity Bank, Durham, N. C. 

ASHLEY HORNE, President Clayton Banking Co., Clayton, N. C. 

FRED. PHILIPS, Capitalist, Tarboro, N. C. 

D. Y. COOPER, Capitalist, Henderson, N. C. 

REPORT OF THE CONDITION 

at close of business December 13, 1900, condensed from statement 
made to the North Carolina Corporation Commission. 

RESOURCES. 
Loans and Discounts $360,252 14 



Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 

Banking House and Furniture and Fixtures 

Other Real Estate owned 

N. C. 4 per cent. Bonds ($38,000), par value 

Demand Loans on Cotton $03,132 96 

Due from Banks 75,671 48 

Cash in Vault 41,249 61 



4,270 01 
1S.702 48 
13,958 31 
38.000 00 



210,054 05 






Total Resources $645,236 99 



LIABILITIES. 

apital Stock paid up in Cash 

. urplus Fund 

Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid 

DEPOSITS— 

Individual Deposits $463,109 15 

Bank Deposits 35,967 12 

Cashier's Checks 2,351 96 



$100,000 00 
20,000 00 
23,808 76 



501,428 23 



Total Liabilites $645,236 99 

The Commercial and Farmers Bank has gained many strong friends during the 
past year, and is prepared at all times to extend to its depositors business facilities 
based on their balances and financial standing. 

The New Year promises to be a very prosperous one. Old enterprises will be 
enlarged and new ones undertaken. If we can help you in any way, please let us 
know, or call to see us. 

Yours very truly, 

J. J. THOMAS, President. 
B. S. JERMAN, Cashier. 
Raleigh, N. C, December 22, 1900. 



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INDEBTEDNESS OF STATE, CITIES AND col .Mil - 






Indebtedness of State, Cities, Counties, 



5^W t^* (.5* 



CITY, COUNTY AND TOWN 
BONDS. 

(From Commercial and Financial Chron- 
icle.) 
ASHEVILLE. 

City Hall and Market House 5's, $20,- 
000, due October 1, 1920; 5's, $20,000, due 
July 1, 1921. 

Floating Debt Bonds, 5's, $90,000, due 
April 1, 1924. 

School Bonds. 5'S, $25,000, due July 1, 

1921. 

Sewer and Water Bonds, 6's, $100,000, 
due July 1, 1918; 5's, $100,000, due July 
1 1921 
'Street Bonds, 6's, $20,000, due July 1, 
1Q02- 5's, $300,000, due July 1, 1921; Water 
Bonds, 6's, $20,000, due July 1, 1902; 6's, 
$100,000, due July 1, 1916. 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 
Refunding Bonds, 5's, $98,000, due July 

1, 1925. 

CHARLOTTE. 

City Hall Bonds, 5's, $40,000, due 30 

Funding Bonds, 5's, $10,000, due July 
1 1920. 
'street and Sewer Bonds, 5's, $50,000, 
due January 1, 1918; 5's, $75,000, due July 
1 1920; 5's, $250,000, due January -26, 1929; 
5 ! s, $50,000, due April 1, 1929. 

CHEROKEE COUNTY. 



HENDERSON COl 



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6's, $10,500, due April 1, 1920; 6 s, $26,- 
500 due April 1, 1921; 6's, $1,000, due 
An'ril 1 1922; 6's, $16,000, due 1928. 
'CLEVELAND COUNTY. 
Jail Bonds, 6's, $3,300, due 1901 
Railroad Aid, 6's, $75,000, due 1905, 1910, 

1°15 

CRAVEN COUNTY. 

Funding Bonds, 6's, $46,025, due 1909. 
Refunding Bonds, 5's, $87,300, due June 

1, 1927. 

DURHAM. 

Railroad Bonds, 6's, $100,000 due Jan- 
uary 2 1928; 6's $50,000, due July 1, 1918. 

Public School Bonds, 6's, $25,000 due 
September 1, 1921; 5's, $16,000, due July 1, 

FORSYTH COUNTY. 
Courthouse Bonds, 6's, $19,000, due May 
1. 1901; 6's, $18,000, due May 1, 1906; b s, 
$18,000, due May 1. 1911. 

GREENSBORO. 
Building Bonds, 5's, $35,000, due April 

^Improvement Bonds, 6's, $100,000, due 
January 1, 1917; 6's, $11,000, part yearly. 
School Location, 6's, $30,000 due Jan- 
uary 1, 1922; 6's, $20,000, due 1923. I 



Refunding Bonds, 6'8, $'.'T 
1, 1925. 

MECKLENB1 R.G COUNTY 

Railroad Ail 
ber 1, 1920. 

RALEIGH. 

Consolidated Debt Bond 
due July 1, 1919. 

Current Expens B 
due 1900-1903 ($5,000 i . .arly on 

May 1st). 

Funded Debt, 6's, $41,500, due July 1. 
1907. 

Public Improvement Bi 

due July 1, 1929; 4's, $100, 'In.- July 

1, 1929. 

Street Bonds, 5's ly 1, 

1929; 5's, $50,000, due October 1, I 

REIDSVILLE. 

Improvement Bonds, 6's, $27.: , 

July 1, 1921; 5's, $25,000, due May 1 

RUTHERFORD COUNTY. 
Railroad Bonds. 6's, $100,000. dui 
tober 1, 1905; 6's, $27,300, du<- Novi 
1, 1906. 

SALISBURY. 

Street Bonds, 5's, $15,000, due Ju 
1901; 5's, $15,000 due June l. 1911 
$20,000, due June 1, 1921; Vs. (25, du. 

1920 

SALISBURY TOWNSHIP. 



5's, $50,000, due 1930. 

STANLY COUNTY. 

Railroad Aid Bonds, 6's, $100, 

1920. 

STATESVILLE. 

Water and Sewer 5%'s, $52, dui • I 

tober 15, 1927. 

WILKES COl' NT Y. 

Railroad Aid Bonds. 6'b, $100 
190 °' WILMINGTON. 

Funding 5'S, $332,400, du« 

i:i"-- .Vs. $150,000, due January I. 

Funding Bonds. .Vs. 
1905; 6's, $100, lue .la.marv 1 I.--- 

Refunding Bonds. Is. $148 

July 1, 1929. 

y WILSON. 

Water and Lighl Bo d 

due January I, 1912. . 

Sewer Bonds. 6'B, $17. due L91« 

WINSTON. 

Improvement tjonae, o i 



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STATE BONDS, RECEIPT8 AND DISBURSEMENTS, DEBT. 



August 15, 1910; 5's, $100,000, due May 1, 
1911. 

Railroad Bonds, 6's, $40,000, due No- 
vember 15, 1909. 

Water Works and other purposes, 5's, 
$160,000, due September 1, 1924. 

Bonded Debt of Other Counties. 

Cumberland, $106,000; Durham, $65,000; 
Wake, $33,000; Fayetteville, Cumberland 
county, $49,500. 

State Bonds. 

Construction Bonds, 6's, $2,720,000, due 
April 1, 1919. 

Renewal Bonds, 6's, $3,379,450, due July 
1, 1910. 

Prison Debt Bonds, 4's, $110,000, due 
January 1, 1909. 

Prison Farm Bonds, 4's, $60,000, due 
January 1, 1909. 

State Receipts and Disbursements 

for a Period of Twenty Years. 

Disburse- 
ments. 
492,720 33 
648,472 59 
629,112 37 
944,343 76 
785,641 78 
795,486 26 
1,172,652 31 
885,389 78 
819,029 02 
1,013,383 56 
1,051,931 37 
1,152,894 37 
1,053,229 24 
1,284,024 41 
1,143,749 33 
1,343,013 55 
1,245,140 20 
1,294,725 24 
1,254,592 09 
1,600,033 30 



Year. 

1880 .... 

1881 .... 

1882 .... 

1883 .... 



Receipts. 
... $ 546,996 04 
645,743 05 
755,881 44 
965,107 08 
1884 1,436,775 66 



1885 
18S6 
1S87 
1888 
1889 
1890 



378,957 62 
835,421 03 
850,177 70 
724.506 45 
976,761 31 
1,183,303 76 



1891 1,161,558 09 

1892 1,217,623 90 

1893 1,181,066 34 

1894 1,239,545 85 

1895* 1,130,184 47 

1896 1,243,082 93 

1897 1,308,691 81 

1898 1,337,552 40 

1899 1,545,717 69 



Total 20 years. $20, 664,654 62 $20,610,564 86 

Annual average 1,033,232 73 1,035,528 24 
*Note. — Receipts from U. S. Govern- 
ment for the A. & M. Colleges and the 
Experimental Station were not audited 
into and out of the Treasury prior to 
1895. Since 1895, to and including 1899, 
these receipts have been $190,000. 

State Debt and Income. 

Four per cent, consolidated 
bonds (due 1910) $3,379,450 

Four per cent, prison debt bonds 
(due 1909) 110,000 



Four per cent, prison farm 
bonds (due 1909) 60,000 

Six per cent. N. C. R. R. con- 
struction bonds (due 1919) 2,720,000 

Non - interest - bearing bonds 
fundable into 4 per cent, con- 
solidated 232,320 



Total debt bonded $6,501,770 

INTEREST ON STATE DEBT. 

The interest on the State's bonded 
debt is due and payable as follows: 
January 1st, 1-2 year's interest 

on all 4 per cent bonds $ 70,989 

April 1st, 1-2 year's interest on 

all 6 per cent, bonds 81,600 

July 1st, 1-2 year's interest on 

all 4 per cent, bonds 70,989 

October 1st, 1-2 year's interest 

on all 6 per cent, bonds 81,600 



Total annual interest $ 305,178 

THE STATE'S INVESTMENTS. 

The State owns the following as in- 
vestments: 
30,002 shares stock N. C. R. R. 

Co., par value $3,000,200 

12,666 shares stock A. & N. C. 

R. R. Co., par value 1,266,600 

N. C. 4 per cent, consolidated 

bonds, par value 26,750 

N. C. 4 per cent, prison debt 

bonds, par value 110,000 

Note. — These investments are quoted 
as follows: N. C. R. R. Co. stock at 1.60, 
A. & N. C. R. R. Co. stock at 0.25, and 
N. C. 4 per cent, bonds at 1.09 1-2. At 
these figures the State's investments 
are worth $5,266,711. Besides these, the 
State Board of Education owns $143,250 
in N. C. 4 per cent, consolidated bonds, 
and $2,000 in 6 per cent, construction 
bonds, worth $159,398.75 at present quo- 
tati i. 

\TE'S INCOME FROM INVEST- 
MENTS. 
Dividends from stock N. C. R. 

Co.* $ 195,013 

Dn idends from stock A. & N. 

C. R. R. Co 25,332 

Interest on bonds held 5,470 



Total income from invest- 
ments to state $ 225,815 

The income to the State Board 
of Education from investment 

is 5,850 

*After 1S91 this dividend, under the 
terms of the 99-year lease, will be annu- 
ally $210,014. 



POPULATION OF STATE. 

I860 992,622 I 1830 737,987 

1850 869,039 1820 638,829 

1840 753,419 1810 555,500 

The poportion of the colored population was 37.95 per cent. In 1880 and 35.05 per 

cent, in 1890. In number blacks were 316,011 in 1850; 361,522 in i860; 391,650 in 1870; 

531,277 in 1880, and 567,170 in 1890. 



1890 1,617,947 

1880 1,399,750 

1870 1,071,361 



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ITEMIZED STATE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITl 






Itemized State Receipts and Ex- 
penditures. 
(For year ending November 30, 1900.) 

RECEIPTS. 

Alexander county bonds $ 1,000 00 

Appropriation public schools 
refunded 615 19 

Banks, license tax on 5,290 70 

Banks, tax on stock in, gen 
eral purposes 11,373 36 

Blank records of elections, 
sale of 10 50 

Building and loan association, 
tax on stock in, general 
purposes 1,158 98 

Colonial Records, sale of 90 00 

Contingencies 299 51 

Corporation tax 

Express companies, two per 
cent, tax 1,591 57 

Express companies, property 
tax 254 30 

Fees Corporation Commission 153 50 

Fees Insurance Commission.. 6,14100 

Fees from private secretary. . 753 35 

Fees from State Department. 632 45 

Fees from Treasury Depart- 
ment 62 50 

Indigent pupils 5,995 00 

Interest on bonds belonging 
to State 3,508 00 

Interest on deposits of State 
funds 289 16 

Interest on State prison farm 
bonds 2,400 00 

Investment bonds, sale of 144,800 00 

Insurance companies, license. 25,233 34 

Insurance companies, two per 
cent, tax 55,580 78 

Laws and Journals, sale of... 116 00 

Mercantile agencies 255 00 

North Carolina Railroad divi- 
dends 195,013 00 

Pensions, from all sources 114,165 30 

Piano and organ dealers 250 00 

Postage and stationery 35 52 

Public taxes per sheriffs 633,422 97 

Railroad property tax, general 73,190 07 

Report of Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, from ad- 
vertisements 4 50 

Roster North Carolina State 
Troops 4 25 

Seal tax from private secre- 
tary 1,079 34 

Seal tax from State Depart- 
ment 96 46 

Seal tax from Treasury De- 
partment 1 00 

Sewing machine licenses .... 3,584 00 

Shellfish fund 29,626 95 

State prison earnings 195,432 02 

State prison old debts re- 
funded 645 75 

State records, sale of 106 50 

Steamboat and canal property 
tax, general 610 58 

Supreme Court Reports, 
sale of 3,219 55 



Telegraphs and telephones, 
two per cent, tax 

Telegraph property, general. 

Tonnage tax on fertilizers ... 

U. S. Government appropria- 
tions 1*1,000 00 

Weights and measures 



T °tal $i a 

EXPENDITURES. 

Agricultural Department $ 55,180 94 

Agricultural societies 

Appropriations, disabled sol- 
diers 

Approp'tion to public schools 100,615 19 

Auditor's Department 

Auditor's Department, con- 
tingencies 1,610 CO 

Board of Internal Improve- 
ments 493 60 

Board of Public Charities ... CM 4 76 

Bureau of Immigration 181 66 

Capitol Square 

Commissioner of Labor and 
Printing 

Commissioner of Insurance .. 100 00 

Contingencies 7,871 

Convict account i.i 

Crop Pest Commission 500 00 

Department of Public In- 
struction 3,000 00 

Direct tax refunded 

Escaped convicts 

Executive Department 4,800 00 

Fayetteville Light Infantry . . 150 00 

Fuel, lights and water 

Fugitives from justice 

General Assembly 1,842 50 

Guilford Battleground ." »i 

Indigent pupils 6,165 00 

Interest on 4 per cent. State 
debt 140,19100 

Interest on State prison 
bonds, 4 per cent 2,500 00 

Interest on State prison 
farm bonds 60 00 

Interest on 6 per cent. State 
debt 169,890 00 

Investigating committee of 
Agricultural Department 
and State prison 

Judiciary 

Laborers' pay-roll 

Legal services and expenses. . 

Legislative examining com- 
mittee 

Mansion and grounds 

Normal schools 

N. C. A. & M. College (col.). i 

N. C. Board of Health 8,61 

N. C. College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts 33,735 00 

N. C. Railroad construction 
bonds redeemed 7. MO 00 

N. C. Corporation Commis- 
sion '•' .'■ 

N. C. Corporation Commis- 
sion contingencies 

N. C. Experiment Station ... I 

N. C. School for the Deaf 
and Dumb, Morganton 



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TAXES FOR 3 898-'99-1900— BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. 



N. C. Institution for the 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind 67,500 00 

N. C. Soldiers' Home 10,000 00 

N. C. Firemen's Ass'n 1,875 00 

N. C. Volunteer Firemen's 

Association 625 00 

Oxford Orphan Asylum 

(white) 10,000 00 

Oxford Orphan Asylum 

(colored) 5,000 00 

Paper account 6,556 39 

Pensions 118,275 50 

Postage and stationery 4,12143 

Public Printing (including 

Geological Survey) 21.987 86 

Railroad Commission 16 44 

Reprint Supreme Court Re- 
ports 3,485 32 

Settling State taxes 693 75 

Shellfish Commission 30,290 67 

State Board of Elections 1,497 30 

State Department 3,676 03 

State Geological Survey 10,002 40 

State Guard 16,000 00 

State Guard, special 2,752 97 

State Hospital, Goldsboro 45,000 00 

State Hospital, Morganton . . 100,000 00 

State Hospital, Raleigh 55,000 00 

State Library 1,65167 

State Normal and Industrial 

College 25,000 00 

State prison earnings 195,432 02 

State prison farms, pur- 
chase of 62,499 18 

State prison, maintenance of. 50,000 00 
State prison, ministerial ser- 
vices 500 00 

State prison, old debts 8,489 56 

State prison Sunday school . . 50 00 
State Records (copying and 

printing) 1,208 20 

State taxes refunded 3,184 25 

Supt. Public Buildings and 

Grounds 600 00 

Supreme Court contingencies 128 40 

Treasury Department 6,250 00 

Treasury Department con- 
tingencies 815 00 

University of N. C 25,000 00 

Weights and measures 131 16 

Total $1,646,384 68 

N. C. Bankers' Association. 

President — James P. Sawyer. 

Vice-Presidents— A. G. Brenizer, Char- 
lotte; G. W. Montcastle, Lexington; L. 
H. Cutler, New Bern. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John M. Mil- 
ler, Jr., Charlotte. 

Executive Committee — Composed of 
officers, together with Joseph G. Brown, 
President Citizens National Bank, Ra- 
leigh; C. N. Evans, Cashier Bank of 
Reidsville; H. L. Hunt, Acting Cashier 
Atlantic National Bank, Wilmington; 
Lee H. Battle, Cashier City National 
Bank, Greensboro. 



TAXES 1898 AND 1899. 

Valuation. Taxation. 

No. 188,306 white polls $ 279,051 25 

No. 654 Indian polls 971 49 

No. 73,975 negro polls ^ 109,175 61 

$34,499,977, railroad, telegraph, 
steamboat, and canal prop- 
erty 62,719 93 

$3,520,940 bank stock 6,523 23 

$857,809 building and loan 

stock 646 15 

$243,103,720 listed by white cit- 
izens 439,401 82 

$309,616 listed by Indian citi- 
zens 557 28 

$9,478,399 listed by negro citi- 
zens 17,225 95 

Liquor dealers, first class ... 73,261 66 

Liquor dealers, third class... 526 00 

Tax on dispensaries 1,200 00 

From fines, forfeitures, and 

penalties 5,790 34 

From other sources 2,879 27 

Special school taxes 333 30 

Graded school taxes 32,267 39 

Total school taxes $1,032,530 H 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes $ 763,387 33 

Poor 38,616 74 

Bridges and roads 125,724 68 

Convicts and jails 38,428 11 

Special county taxes 352,465 63 

Total county taxes $1,318,622 49 

8he total amount of taxes paid in 
North Carolina for the year 1899 on real 
and personal property for county, State, 
and school purposes will therefore be: 

Total school taxes $1,032,530 C7 

Total county taxes 1,318,622 49 

Total general taxes 723,307 36 

Grand total $3,064,460 52 

The amount paid for the respective ob- 
jects in the previous year, 1898, were: 

Total school taxes $ 938,072 66 

Total county taxes 1,207,05192 

Total general taxes 627,081 42 

Grand total $2,772,206 00 

Taxes for 1900. 

Total amount of property taxed in 1900 
is estimated at $283,951,688. 

The receipts for the year ending No- 
vember 30, 1901, have been estimated at 
$880,900. 

Tobacco Statistics. 



There are no available correct statis- 
tics of the tobacco crop of North Caro- I 
lina. The Southern Tobacco Journal 
estimates the crop at 100,000,000 pounds, I 
and estimates the average price at seven I 
cents per pound. The Agricultural De- 
partment figures the crop at 60,000,000 j| 
pounds, averaging nine cents per pound. 1 



REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUATION-TAX 






Total Real and Personal Valuation 

and Taxes for 1899. 

Total 
Valuation. 

Alamance $ 4,502,471 

Alexander 1,054,583 

Alleghany 706,411 

Anson 1,918,916 

Ashe 1,539,365 

Beaufort 3,155,391 

Bertie 2,494,021 

Bladen 1,437,619 

Brunswick 1,195.747 

Euncombe 9,612,591 

Burke 1,473,443 

Cabarrus 3,376,335 

Caldwell 1,703,737 

Camden 593,146 

Carteret 946,632 

Caswell 1,338,452 

Catawba 3,069,466 

Chatham 2,921,855 

Cherokee 1,580,778 

Chowan 1,444,719 

Clay 485,836 

Cleveland 3,476,800 

Columbus 1,943,746 

Craven 3,047,887 

Cumberland 3,073,482 

Currituck 750,910 

Dare 433,103 

Davidson 3,440,746 

Davie 1,608,407 

Duplin 1,958,385 

Durham 9,932,261 

Edgecombe 3,484,031 

Forsyth 7,690,763 

Franklin 2,730,796 

Gaston .*. 4,140,109 

Gates 1,064,314 

Graham 607,392 

Granville 2,989,336 

Greene 1,404,949 

Guilford 7,279,903 

Halifax 4,060,784 



i ; ett 1,408,858 

li food 1,932,568 

1! lerson 2,132,629 

H. i ford 1,956,132 

L • 3 984,755 

li ill 3,979,886 

jjac son 1,280,038 

Johnston 3,416,557 

es 1,107,776 

oir 2,264,387 

..■coin 2,07,^,646 

Ji- .on 1,172,489 

Madison 1,505,731 

Martin 2,101,664 

McDowell 1,025,258 

Mecklenburg 10,550,881 

Mitchell 907,263 

Montgomery 1,517,136 

Moore 2,823,582 

Nash 3,252,621 

New Hanover 7,214,894 

Northampton 2,842,496 

Onslow 1,448,693 

Orange 2,186,187 

Pamlico 732,352 



State 
Taxes. 
5 9,755 37 

2.284 93 
1,530 56 

4.157 66 
3,335 28 
6,836 6S 
5,403 71 
3,114 83 
2,590 78 

20,827 28 
3,192 16 

7.315 39 
3,691 43 

1.285 15 

2.051 03 
2,899 97 
6,650 50 
6,330 68 
3,425 02 

3,130 22 

1.052 65 
7,533 07 
4,211 45 
6,603 75 
6,659 21 
1,626 97 

938 39 
7,454 95 
3,484 88 
4,243 17 

21,519 90 
7,548 74 

16,663 32 
5,916 72 
8,970 24 
2,306 02 

1.316 01 
6,476 89 
3,044 05 

15,773 12 
8,798 ;J6 
3,052 52 
4,187 23 
4,620 68 
4,238 29 
2,133 63 
8,623 09 
2,773 41 
7,402 53 
2,400 18 
4,906 17 
4,492 90 
2,540 39 
3,262 41 
4,553 61 
2,221 39 

22,860 23 
1,965 73 
3,287 12 
6,117 76 
7,047 34 

15,632 37 

6.158 74 
3,138 83 
4,736 74 
1,586 77 



Ti 
Val 

Pasquotank 2,201 

!'' Qder 

Perquimans 1,4a 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 1,021 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham 

Rowan 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Stanly I,936|l28 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 1,07 

Transylvania 

Tyrrell },148 

Union 8,171,761 

Vance 2,47'i 

Wake 10,642,544 

Warren 2,084,221 

Washington 1,009,107 

Watauga 1,298,831 

Wayne 6,088,492 

Wilkes 1,900 

Wilson 

Yadkin 1,516,988 

Yancey 611 



11,41 

1.1 
2,11 

12 18 

-.1- 

-' ! 13 
11,02 

1.1 

1,3- 



Total $252,891,735 ? 

Real and Personal Property Valua- 
tion Separate. 

Real. Personal. 



Alamance 
Alexander 
Alleghany 
Anson .... 

Ashe 

Beaufort . 

Bertie 

Bladen ... 
Brunswick 
Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus . 
Caldwell . 
Camden . 
Carteret . 
Caswell . . 
Catawba . 
Chatham , 
Cherokee . 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland 

Columbus 1 

('raven 2 

Cumberland 2, 

Currituck 

I la re 

Davidson 
Davie . . 
Duplin . 
Durham 



Edgecombe -' 



972,949 

SS.-..6S9 
,072,980 

924,465 
892,389 

,102,767 
,933,345 

758,143 

,207,739 
890,418 

,132,673 
,248,919 

160,513 
320,295 



29 ■ 

111 

1.1! 

610 

l.i' 

1,34-1 






1 



132 



REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUATION. 



Real. Personal. 

Forsyth 4,127,594 3,563,169 

Franklin 1,950,125 780,671 

Gaston 2,774,228 1,365,901 

Gates 696,180 368,134 

Graham 510,400 96,992 

Granville 1,935,019 1,054,317 

Greene 986,600 418,349 

Guilford 4,690,854 2,589,049 

Halifax 2,858,757 1,202,027 

Harnett 914,288 494,570 

Haywood 1,344,172 588,396 

Henderson 1,616,824 515,805 

Hertford 1,244,825 711,307 

Hyde 593,055 391,700 

Iredell 2,559,082 1,420,804 

Jackson 899,513 380,525 

Johnston 2,158,670 1,257,887 

Jones 825,886 281,910 

Lenoir 1,414,354 850,033 

Lincoln 1,245,152 828,494 

Macon 818,843 353,646 

Madison 1,031,410 474,321 

Martin 1,274,877 826,787 

McDowell 767,274 257,884 

Mecklenburg 6,775,336 3,775,545 

Mitchell 618,296 288,967 

Montgomery 996,168 520,968 

Moore 1,920,677 902,905 

Nash 2,278,340 974,281 

New Hanover .... 5,760,207 1,454,687 

Northampton 1,732,676 1,109,820 

Onslow 950,018 498,675 

Orange 1,453,193 732,994 



Real. Personal. 

Pamlico 479,834 252,518 

Pasquotank 1,563,854 637,926 

Pender 858,693 341,410 

Perquimans 866,112 540,859 

Person 1,108,434 786,330 

Pitt 2,246,984 1,379,308 

Polk 814,888 211,740 

Randolph 2,657,588 1,186,590 

Richmond 1,988,552 1,241,976 

Robeson 2,798,115 1,277,563 

Rockingham 2,602,993 1,615,678 

Rowan 3,236,144 2,031,031 

Rutherford 1,938,332 559,776 

Sampson 1,338,449 687,407 

Stanly 1,267,529 668,599 

Stokes 1,235,488 699,870 

Surry 1,814,482 991,781 

Swain 860,356 212,741, 

Transylvania 763,278 234,760! 

Tyrrell 398,831 679,325 

Union 1,980,295 1,191,466 

Vance 1,550,703 926,609 

Wake 7,574,709 2,967,835 

Warren 1,461,112 623,109 

Washington 649,858 359,249 

Watauga 878,812 420,019 

Wayne 3,310,316 1,778,176 

Wilkes 1,315,748 585,214 

Wilson 2,421,981 1,435,862 

Yadkin 1,037,268 479,720 

Yancey 428,656 183,249 

Total $165,968,278 $86,923,457 



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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



WOMEN'S SOCIETIES— BAR ASSOCIATION. 






COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA. 

NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY. 

President — Mrs. Gaston Meares, Wil- 
mington. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. William 
Calder, Wilmington. 

Second Vice-President— Mrs. Spier 
Whitaker, Raleigh. 

Honorary Vice-President — Mrs. Vir- 
ginia G. Empie, Wilmington. 

Treasurer — Mrs. J. Cutler Lee, Wil- 
mington. 

Corresponding Secretary— Mrs. James 
Sprunt, Wilmington. 

Recording Secretary— Mrs. E. M. Wad- 
dell, Wilmington. 

Registrar— Miss Caroline G. Meares, 
Wilmington. 

Historian— Mrs. Emma Martin Maffltt, 
Wilmington. 

Board of Managers— Mrs. J. Cutler Lee, 
Mrs. Emma M. Maffitt, Miss Caroline G. 
Meares, Mrs. J. H. Boatwright, Mrs. 
James Sprunt, Mrs. George Rountree, 
Mrs. Henry B. Short, Mrs. George W. 
Kidder, Mrs. A. M. Waddell, Mrs. Rob- 
ert Strange, Mrs. M. H. Fairfield Gouv- 
erneur, Mrs. Gabriel Holmes, Miss Eliza 
Meares, and Mrs. J. W. Murchison. 

Daughters of the Revolution. 

Regent— Mrs. Spier Whitaker, Raleigh. 

Vice-Regent— Mrs. Gen. D. H. Hill, 
Raleigh. 

Secretary— Mrs. Thomas K. Bruner, 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer— Mrs. Sherwood Higgs, Ra- 
leigh. 

Registrar— Mrs. Ed. Chambers Smith, 
Raleigh. , . 

Librarian— Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, Raleigh. 

Managers— Mrs. T. J. Jarvis, Green- 
ville; Mrs. Joseph Robinson, Goldsboro; 
Mrs. Walter Clark, Raleigh; Mrs. Frank 
Sherwood, Raleigh. 

Any lady, above eighteen years of age, 
whose ancestor assisted in the accom- 
plishment of American independence, re- 
maining always loyal to the cause, is 
eligible. Initiation fee, $2; annual dues, 
$2. 

Daughters of Confederacy. 

President, Mrs. W. H. Overman, Salis- 
bury. 

First Vice-President, Mrs. T. J. Jarvis, 
Greenville. 

Second Vice-President, Mrs. J. W. 
Hinsdale, Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary, Mrs. Garland 
Jones, Raleigh. , 

Corresponding Secretary, Miss Julia 
Alexander, Charlotte. 

Treasurer, Miss May Oliver, New Bern. 

Registrar, Mrs. Maria S. Parbam, 
Henderson. 

Historian, Mrs. A. Jones, Raleigh. 

Honorary State President, Mrs. D. H. 
u|;Hlll, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA BAR ASSO- 
CIATION. 



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nan. 



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President— Charles 
Greensboro. 

Vice-Presidents— W. D. Ptu<1 
ton; Paul Jones, Tarboro; W. i 
Henderson; R. 0. Burton, Ral ■ 
M. Gattis, Ilillsboro; JunlU 
mington; M. L. John Laurinburg; B i'. 
Long, Statesvillc; G. II. Jones, Wli 
I). \V. Robinson. Lincoln!' 
A. Jones. Asheville. 

Secretary and Treasurer— J. I 
Biggs, Durham. 

Executive Committee.— J. alng 

(chairman), Durham; F. 11. Bu 
Raleigh; H. A. London, Secretary. ' 
boro; Clement Manly, Winston; 
Pritchard, Marshall; Lee S. 
Salisbury. 

State Board of Medical Examiners. 

Dr. E. C. Register, President, C 
lotte, Materia Medica and Tin rap. utlcs. 

Dr. J. Howell Way, Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Waynesville, Anatomy. 

Dr. D. T. Tayloe, Washington, Surgery. 

Dr. T. E. Anderson, Statesvllle, Phy- 
siology. 

Dr. Albert Anderson, Wilson, Obst., 
Gynaec. and Paediatrics. 

Dr. T. S. McMullan, Hertford, Chem- 
istry 

Dr. J. C. Walton, Reldsville, Practice 
of Medicine. 

Medical Society of the State 
President— Julian M. Baker, Tarboro. • 
Vice-President— M. H. Fletcher. Ashe- 
ville; C. A. Julian, Thomasville; D. A. 
Stanton, High Point; E. M. Summer- 
ell, Mill Bridge. 
Secretary— George W. Pressly. Charlotte. 
Treasurer— G. T. Sikes, Grissom. 
Orator— Earle Grady, Tryon. 
Essayist-R. S. Primrose, New Bern. 
Leader of Debate— D. A. Stanton, HlKh 
Point. 

Signers of the Declaration. 
The signers of the American 
tion of Independence from North I 
lina were William Hooper, lawyer, 
in 1742 died in 1790; Joseph HewM, mer- 
chant, born in 1730, died in 171 
Penn, lawyer, boru in 17-11. di< I 

State Agricultural Experiment 
Station. 

Director-George T. Winston, v. 

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Agriculturist— Benjamin Irby, v 

R Hor«culturl S t-W. I 

Professor of Animal Husbandry 
Johnson, West Raleigh. 





The Twentieth Century 
State Fair. 

The 41st State Fair of the North 
Carolina Agricultural Society 

will be held at Raleigh, October, 
1901, and will be the greatest 
display of the productive re- 
sources and industrial skill of 
North Carolina ever made. 

The Premium List embraces all departments of agricultural, mechani- 
cal, household and artistic interest Write for full information— privileges, 
space, etc. Correspondence welcomed. 

Gen'l M. R. COX, President. JOSEPH E. PAYNE, Secretary 
C. B. DENSON, Treasurer and Assistant Secretary. 



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LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 



LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 

TYPOGRAPHICAL UNIONS. 

Raleigh— No. 54. J. W. Halford, Secre 
tary. 

Durham— No. 125. R. F. Morris, Secre- 
tary. 

Asheville— No. 263. R. C. Frank 
Secretary. 

Charlotte— No. 338. J. E. Pleasants, 
Secretary. 

TOBACCO WORKERS' UNION. 

Winston-Salem— No. 49. J. Edward 
Heggie, Secretary. 

Winston-Salem— No. 50. J. W. Hayes, 
Secretary. 

Winston-Salem— No. 55. A. A. Allen, 
Secretary. 

Mount Airy— Nos. 56 and 57. O. W. 
Patterson, Secretary. 

Wilson— No. 58. Miss Anna Feltin, 
Secretary. 

Wilson— Miss Ada Langden, Secretary. 
CARPENTERS' UNION. 

President— W. A. Buck, Raleigh. 

Secretarj'— John W. Hunt, Raleigh. 
ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS. 

Capital City, Raleigh— W. H. Coles, 
Secretary. 

Rocky Mount— R. W. O'Brien, Secre- 
tary. 

Piedmont, Salisbury— Duncan Stuart, 
Secretary. 

RALEIGH BOOKBINDERS' UNION. 

President— Geo. T. Norwood. 
j Secretary— J. P. Medlin. 

Treasurer — James Warren. 

Organizer for Southern District of 
United States— Geo. T. Norwood, Raleigh. 

RALEIGH PRINTING PRESSMEN'S 
UNION. 

President— E. C. Carpenter. 
Secretary — F. W. McDaniel. 

ALLIED LABOR ORGANIZATION OF 
RALEIGH. 

President— S. J. Triplett. 

First Vice-President— W. H. Singleton. 

Second Vice-President — A. E. Glenn. 






Third Vice-President 
Geo, t. :. 
Treasurer— L. A. Emory. 

LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES 

84-Charlott. ; O. I '< . 
C. Lanyoux. p. ,\ 

267— Swannanoa; Asheville ; H 
Parks, Chief; J. H. 3ullivan I 

31 ! -Seaside; Rockv Mount; D \i 
Pearsall, Chi< i, i,. ,. SVaxmutl 
A. E. 

339— Oak City: Raleigh; C II 
ham, Chief; B. i; Lai j i \ i; 

375 — Old Dominion; Spencer; <; j 
Freelanu. Chief; M. C. Gli 

435— Floral; Hamlet; ..I J 
Chief; B. A. Muse, p. .\ i: 

ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDI 

Asheville— No. 318. J. F. Lo ■■■ 
George S. Brown, Secretary. 

Raleigh— No. 264. II. M I 
C; W. W. Newman, Secretary, 

Spencer— No. 221. E. M. Patterso 
C; W. H. Armes, Secretary. 

Wilmington— No. 271. J. M, Walker 
C. C; C. E. McCullough, Secretary. 

American Federation of Labor. 

CITY CENTRAL. 

Asheville— Wm. Francis, Secretary 

Charlotte 

High Point— J. P. Myers, Secretary. 
Raleigh— Geo. T. Norwood. Secretary, 
FEDERAL LABOR UNIONS. 

7392— High Point. V. L. Brown, S 
tary. 

8713— Gastonia. J. Milton Howard, 
Secretary. 

8469— Lexington. Jas. F. Lowe, Si 
tary. 

8561— Bessemer City. \V A. Will 
Secretary. 

ORGANIZERS A. F. of L. 
Asheville — R. C. Frank. 
Bessemer City— It. B. Setzer. 
Charlotte — E. L. Fesperman 
Gastonia— G. W. Bowl 
High Point— C. P. Davis. 



MECHANICS & INVESTORS UNION, 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA. 
An Investment and Loan Company. 

OFFER THE FOLLOWING INVESTMENTS, SECURED BY FIRST MORTG 

A $100 Coupon Certificate, payable 10 years after date, with twent; - Mum 
Coupons of $2.25, payable June and December, lor 890, 

A monthly payment S100 Certificate is sold for One Dollar Cash, and an 
opay 80 cents per month for 100 months, at which time the Union will cancel i 
■ate by paying §100 cash. 

Taxes are paid by the Company. Loans on Residence Property madeonshorl i 

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WATER POWERS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



WATER POWERS IN NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

Roanoke River — At Roanoke Rapids 
and Weldon; fall 85 feet in nine miles; 
18,000 horsepower available. 

Tar River— At Rocky Mount. 

Neuse River — Six or seven miles above 
crossing of Southern Railway, Mil- 
burnie, and at the falls of Neuse. 

Cape Fear River— At Smiley's Falls, 
2,500 horsepower; Battle's Falls; Buck- 
horn Falls, 1,800 horsepower. 

Deep River — A number of powers above 
Lockville; 11 miles on its banks. 

Haw River — Moore Mill site; a num- 
ber of undeveloped powers; Henley's 
old site; 10 cotton mills on this stream 
and tributaries. 

Yadkin River— Grassy Island shoal, 
fall 35 to 36 feet in four and one-half 
miles, over 7,500 horsepower; narrows of 
the Yadkin, fall of 91 feet in four miles; 
rapids, just above, fall of 110 feet in 
three miles, 30,000 horsepower; Milledge- 
ville Shoal; Mott's Fall; Bean Shoal, 
fall 39 feet in four miles, 2,000 horse- 
power; Fries Mfg. & Power Co; Hitch- 
cock Creek, six cotton mills; South 
Yadkin, Hairston's Shoal, 1,000 horse- 
power. 

Catawba River— Tuckaseegee Shoal; 
Mountain Island Shoal, fall 38 feet, 1,300 
horsepower; Cowan-ford Shoal; Beat- 
tie's-ford Shoal; Monbo Shoal; Long 
Island Shoal; Buffalo Shoal, 150-1,000 
horsepower each; Lookout Shoal, fall 
54 feet, 2,000 horsepower; Lower Little 
River Shoal; Canoe-landing Shoal; 
Great Falls Shoal; Horse-ford Shoal, 
fall 31.4 feet in 2.9 miles, 1,000 horse- 
power; Devil Shoal, fall 14 feet, 250 
horsepower; Rocky-ford Shoal. 

South Fork of Catawba— High Shoals, 
fall 31 feet in one-fourth of a mile; seven 
cotton mills derive power from this 
stream. On Linville River there is a 
total fall of 1,800 feet in 10 miles. 



Broad River— Hopper and Blanton 
Shoal; Palmer Shoal; Durham Shoal; 
Big Island-ford Shoal. 

On First Broad River and tributaries 
there are four cotton mills and several 
grist and saw-mills. 

On Second Broad River are the Hen- 
rietta Mills, 60,000 spindles and 2,000 
looms. 

New River — Horse Ford, and several 
shoals above. 

North Fork of New River— Dixon's Mill, 
fall 8 feet, horsepower 300. The Falls, 
and Sharp's Shoal. 

South Fork— Wallace Forge Shoal; 
Witherspoon-ford Shoal; Dog Creek 
Shoal; Yates' Shoal; Turtle Shoal; 
Roaring Shoal; Elk Shoal. 

Watauga River — Between Tennessee 
line and Shull's Mill, 19 miles; fall is 
900 feet. 

Toe River — Rapid throughout course, 
and flows in many places in a deep and 
rocky gorge; 66.6 horsepower per foot of 
fall. 

French Broad River — Between Ashe- 
ville and Paint Rock, total fall of 710 
feet. Good power at Mountain Island 
Shoal; between Hot Springs and the 
mouth of Brush Creek, 7.7 miles, fall of 
201 feet; from Brush Creek to Asheville, 
29.3 miles, fall of 450 feet. Many small 
powers on tributaries. On Ivy River, 
two miles above mouth, 2,000 horsepower 
is being developed. 

Little Tennessee — Has many avail- 
able sites. Slope from 10 to 40 feet per 
mile. 

Cheowah River— Average fall between 
55 and 60 feet. 

Tuckaseegee River— Falls of the Tuck- 
aseegee, 400 feet in less than one mile, 
and 500 in less thar two miles. 

Nautabala Rive; Is almost one con- 
tinuous rapid. 

Hiwassee River— 'all 10 feet per mile. 



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CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

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ELECTORAL VOTE FOR 1900. 






Electoral Vote of 1900. 

Electoral 
States. Votes. 

Alabama (Bryan) 11 

Arkansas (Bryan) 8 

California (McKinley) 9 

Colorado (Bryan) 4 

Connecticut (McKinley) S 

Delaware (McKinley) 3 

Florida (Bryan) 4 

Georgia (Bryan) 13 

Idaho (McKinley) 3 

Illinois (McKinley) 24 

Indiana (McKinley) 15 

Iowa (McKinley) 13 

Kansas (McKinley) 10 

Kentucky (Bryan) 13 

Louisiana (Bryan) 8 

Maine (McKinley) 6 

Maryland (McKinley) 8 

Massachusetts (McKinley) 15 

Michigan (McKinley) 14 

Minnesota (McKinley) 9 

Mississippi (Bryan) 

Missouri (Bryan) 17 

Montana (Bryan) 3 

Nebraska (McKinley) 8 

Nevada (Bryan) 3 

New Hampshire (McKinley) 4 

New Jersey (McKinley) 10 

New York (McKinley) 36 

North Carolina (Bryan) 11 

North Dakota (McKinley) 3 

Ohio (McKinley) 23 

Oregon (McKinley) 4 

Pennsylvania (McKinley) 32 

Rhode Island (McKinley) 4 

South Carolina (Bryan) 9 

South Dakota (McKinley) 4 

Tennessee (Bryan) 12 

Texas (Bryan) 15 

Utah (McKinley) 3 

Vermont (McKinley) 4 

Virginia (Bryan) 12 

Washington (McKinley) 4 

West Virginia (McKinley) 6 

Wisconsin (McKinley) 12 

Wyoming (McKinley) 3 

Total, 447— McKinley, 295; Bryan, 152. 
Necessary to a choice, 224. 



Charitable Institutions. 

Soldiers' Home— Raleigh, W 1 
nach, Chairman Bxei uti\ e ■ 
R. H. Brooks, Superintend! 

The City Hospital Will 
W. W. Lane, Sup ut. 

The Rex Hospit 
McLester, Matron; It. II. Battle, I 
dent Board of Trm' 

St. Peter's Hospital 
Katharine D. Koons, Superintendent 

The Asheville Mission Hospital— A 
ville, Dr. S. Westray Dattli-, Superin- 
tendent. 

The Watts Hospital— Durham. 
Butler, Superintendent 
President Board of Trustees. 

The Seamen's Homi — WUmlng 
Captain James I. Mctts, PresH 
W. J. Woodward, Secretary and Ti 
urer. 

The Good Samaritan Hospital (for 
colored people)— Charlotte, Mrs. John 
Wilkes, President Board of M. 

The Leonard Medical School I ! 
Raleigh, Dr. Charles F. Merclere, Super- 
intendent. (For the colored ra< 

The St. Agnes Hospital (for the 
oied race)— Raleigh, Mrs. A. U. Hus 
Superintendent. 

Colored Orphan Asylum— Oxford, i 
Robert Shepherd, Superinttndent. 

Southeastern Architectural League. 

President, R. S. Smith, nf Asheville; 
First Vice-President, F. P. Milburn, of 
Charlotte; Second Vi^e-President, C 
McMillen, of Wilmington; Seer. I 
Treasurer, Charles Pearson, of Unl 
Executive Committee— R. S. Smith, of 
Asheville (Chairman); H. E. Bonll 
Wilmington; O. D. Wheeler, of Char 
lotte; O. M. Gates, of Greensboro. 
F. M. Sawyer, of Charlotte. 



LEROY" SPRINGS, Lancaster, S. C. 

B. N. MOORE, Yorkville, S. C. 

P. G. McCORKLE, Charlotte, N. C. 

SPRINGS, MOORE & CO., 

CHARLOTTE. N. O. 

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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Congress of United States* 



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Senators. 



ALABAMA.— John T. Morgan, D. ; 
term expires 1907; Edmund Winston Pet- 
tus, D., 1903. 

ARKANSAS— Jas. H. Berry, D., 1901; 
James K. Jones, D., 1903. 

CALIFORNIA.— George Clement Per- 
kins, R., 1903; Thomas Robert Bard, R., 
1905. 

COLORADO.— Edward Oliver Walcott, 
R., 1901; Henry Moore Teller, Silver R., 
1903. 

CONNECTICUT.— Orville H. Piatt, R., 
1903; Joseph Roswell Hawley, R., 1905. 

DELAWARE.— Richard Rolland Ken- 
ney, D., 1901. 

FLORIDA.— Stephen Russell Malloy, 
D., 1903; James Piper Taliaferro, D., 
1905. 

GEORGIA.— Augustus Octavius Bacon, 
D., 1901; Alexander Stephens Clay, D., 
1903. 

IDAHO.— Henry Heitfeld, Pop., 1903; 
George Laird Shoup, R., 1901. 

ILLINOIS.— Wm. E. Mason, R., 1903; 
Shelly M. Cullom, R., 1901. 

Indiana. — Charles Warren Fairbanks, 
R., 1903; Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, R., 
19u6. 

IOWA. — Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver, 
R. ; William Boyd Allison, R., 1903. 

KANSAS.— Lucien Baker, R., 1901; 
William Alexander Harris, Pop., 1903. 

KENTUCKY.-William Lindsay, D., 
1901; William J. Deboe, R., 1903. 

LOUISIANA.— Donelson Caffery, D., 
1901; Samuel Douglas McEnery, D., 1903. 

MAINE.— William Pierce Frye, R., 
1901; Eugene Hall, R., 1905. 

MARYLAND.— George L. Wellington, 
R., 1903; Louis Emory McComas, R., 
1905. 

MASSACHUSETTS.— George Frisbie 
Hoar, R., 1901; Henry Cabot Lodge, R., 
1905. 

MICHIGAN.— Jas. McMillan, R., 1901; 
Julius C. Burrows, R., 1905. 

MINNESOTA— Knute Nelson, R., 1901. 

MISSISSIPPI.— Will Van Amberg Sul- 
livan, D., 1901; Hernando De Soto 
Money, D., 1905. 

MISSOURI.— George Graham Vest, D., 
1003; Francis Marion Cockrell, D., 1905. 

MONTANA.— Thomas Henry Carter, 
R., 1901. 

NEBRASKA.— John Mellen Thurston, 
R., 1901; William Vincent Allen, Pop., 
1905. 

NEVADA.— John Percival Jones, Sil- 
verite, 1903; William Morris Stewart, 
Silverite, 1905. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE— William Eaton 
Chandler, R., 1901; Jacob H. Galliger, 
R., 1903. 



NEW JERSEY.— William J. Sewell, 
R., 1901; John Kean, R., 1905. 

NEW YORK. -Thomas Collier Piatt, 
R., 1903; Chauncey Mitchell Depew, R., 
1905. 

NORTH CAROLINA.— Marion Butler, 
Pop., 1901; Jeter Connelly Pritchard, R., 
1903. (Furnitold M. Simmons will be 
Senator in place of Senator Butler March 

4, 1901.) 

NORTH DAKOTA.— Henry C. Hans- 
brough, R., 1903; Porter James McCum- 
ber, R., 1905. 

OHIO.— Joseph Benson Foraker, R., 
1903; Marcus Alonzo Hanna, R., 1905. 

OREGON.— George W. McBride, R., 
1901; Joseph Simon, R., 1903. 

PENNSYLVANIA.— Boies Penrose, R., 
1903. 

RHODE ISLAND.— George Peabody 
Wetmore, R., 1907; Nelson Wilmarth Al- 
drich, R., 1905. 

SOUTH CAROLINA.— Benjamin Ryan 
Tillman, D., 1901; John Lowndes Mc- 
Laurin, D., 1903. 

SOUTH DAKOTA.— Richard F. Petti- 
grew, Silverite, 1901; James Henderson 
Kyle, R., 1903. 

TENNESSEE.— Thomas B. Turley, D., 
1901; William B. Bate, D., 1905. 

TEXAS.— Horace Chilton, D., 1901; 
Charles A. Culberson, D., 1905. 

UTAH.— Joseph Lafayette Rawlins, 
D., 1903. 

VERMONT.— William Paul Dilling- 
ham, R., 1903; Redfleld Proctor, R., 1905. 

VIRGINIA— Thomas Staples Martin, 
D., 1901; John Warwick Daniel, D., 1905. 

WASHINGTON.— George Turner, Fus., 
1903; Addison G. Foster, R., 1905. 

WEST VIRGINIA.— Stephen Benton 
Elkins, R., 1901; Nathan Bay Scott, R., 
1905. 

WISCONSIN.— John C. Spooner, R., 
1903; Joseph Very Quarles, R., 1905. 

WYOMING.— Francis E. Warren, R., 
1901; Clarence Don Clarke, R., 1905. 

House of Representatives. 

The list of members of the next House 
is as follows, members re-elected being 
marked with an asterisk (*) : 

ALABAMA.— G. W. Taylor, D.*| 
A. A. Wiley, D. ; Henry D. Clayton, 
D.*; Sidney J. Bowie, D. ; C. W. 
Thompson, D.; J. H. Bankhead, D.*; 
J. L. Burnett, D.*; Wm. Richardson, 
D.; O. W. Underwood, D.* 

ARKANSAS.— D. McCulloch, D.*; 
J. S. Little, D.*; T. C. McRae, D.*; 
C. C. Reid, D. ; H. A. Dinsmore, D.*; 

5. Brundridge, Jr.* 
CALIFORNIA.— F. L. Coombs, R. ; 

S. D. Woods, R.; V. H. Metcalf, R.*; 



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Julius Kahn, R.*; E. P. Loud, R.*; 
Jas. McLachlan, R. ; Jas C. Need- 
ham, R.* 

COLORADO.— J. P. Shafroth, Sil- 
ver;* John C. Bell, Pop.* 

CONNECTICUT.— E. S. Henry, R.*; 
N. D. Sperry, R.*; Chas. A. Russell, 
R.*; E. J. Hill, R.» 

DELAWARE.— At Large— W. O. 
Hoffecker, R., (short term); L. H. 
Ball, R., (long term.) 

FLORIDA.— S. M. Sparkman, D.*; 
R. W. Davis, D.* 

GEORGIA.— R. E. Lester, D.*; J. 
M. Griggs, D.*; E. B. Lewis, D.*; 
W. C. Adamson, D.*; L. P. Livings- 
ton, D.*; C. L. Bartlett, D.*; J. W. 
Maddux, D.*; W. M. Howard, D.*; 
P. C. Tate, D.*; W. H. Fleming, D.*; 
W. G. Brantley, D.* 

IDAHO.— At Large— Thomas L. 
Glenn, Fusion. 

ILLINOIS.— J. R. Mann, R.*; Jno. 
J. Feely, D.; G. P. Poster, D.*; Jas. 
McAndrews, D. ; W. P. Mahoney, D. ; 
H. S. Boutell, R.*; G. E. Poss, R.*; 
A. L. Hopkins, R.*; R. R. Hitt, R.*; 
G. W. Prince, R.*; Walter Reeves, 
R.*; J. G. Cannon, R.*; Vespasian 
Warner, R.*; J. V. Graff, R.*; J. 
Ross Mickey, D.; T. J. Selby, D.; B. 
P. Caldwell, D.*; Thos. M. Jett, D.*; 
J. B. Crowley, D.*; J. R. Williams, 
D.*; Fred. J. Kern, D.; Geo. W. 
Smith, R.* 



INDIANA.— J. A. Hemenway, R.»; 
R. W. Miers, D.*; W. T. Zenor, D.*; 
P. M. Griffith, D.»; E. S. Holliday, 
R. ; J. E. Watson, R.*; Jesse Over- 
street, R.*; Geo. W. Cromer, R.*; C. 

B. Landis, R.*; E. D. Crumpacker, 
R.*; Geo. W. Steele, R.*; J. M. Rob- 
inson, D.*; A. L. Brick, R.* 

IOWA.— Thomas Hedge, R.*; J. N. 
W. Rumple, R.; D. B. Henderson, 
R.*; G. N. Haugen, R.*; R. G. Cous- 
ins, R.*; J. P. Lacey, R.*; J. A. T 
Hull, R.*; W. P. Hepburn, R.*; W. 
1. Smith, R. ; J. P. Connor, R. (Long 
and short terms.) Lot Thomas, R.* 

KANSAS.— At Large— C. P. Scott, 
R. ; Charles Curtis, R.*; J. D. Bow- 
ersock, R.*; G. W. Wheatley, R.; J. 
M. Miller, R.*; W. A. Calderhead, 
R.*; W. A. Reeder, R.*; Chester I. 
Long, R.* 

KENTUCKY.— C. K. Wheeler, D.*; 
H. D. Allen, D.*; J. S. Rhea, D.*; D. 
H. Smith, D.*; H. S. Irwin, R.; D. 
L. Gooch, D.*; South Trimble, D.; 

C. C. Gilbert, D.*; Sam. J. Pugh, R.*; 
J. B. White, D. ; Vincent Boreing, R.* 

LOUISIANA.— Adolph Meyer, D.*; 
R. C. Davey, D.»; R. F. Broussard, 
D.*; Phanor Breazeale, D.*; J. E. 
Ransdell, D.*; S. P. Robertson, D.* 

MAINE.— A. L. Allen, R.*; C. E. 
Littlefield, R.*; E. C. Burleigh, R *• 
C. A. Boutelle, R.* 



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MARYLAND.— J. L. Kerr, R. (Short 
term.); W. H. Jackson, R. (Long 
term.); A. A. Blakeney, R. ; F. C. 
Wachter, R.*; C. R. Shirm, R.; S. E. 
Mudd, R.*; G. A. Pearre, R.* 

MASSACHUSETTS.— G. P. Law- 
rence, R.*; F. H. Gillett, R.*; John R. 
Thayer, D.*; C. Q. Terrell, R. ; W. S. 
Knox, R.*; W. H. Moody, R.*; E. W. 
Roberts, R.*; S. W. McCall, R.*; J. 
A. Conry, D. ; Henry F. Naphen, D. 
D. L. Powers, R.; W. C. Lovering, 
R.*; W. S. Greene, R.* 

MICHIGAN.— J. B. Corliss, R.*; H. 
C. Smith, R.*; Washington Gardner, 
R.*; E. L. Hamilton, R.*; W. A. 
Smith, R.*; S. W. Smith, R.*; Edgar 
Weeks, R.*; J. W. Fordney, R.*; R. 
P. Bishop, R.*; R. O. Crump, R.*; 
A. B. Darragh, R.; C. D. Shelden, R.* 

MINNESOTA.— J. A. Tawney, R.*; 
J. T. McCleary, R.*; J. P. Heatwole, 
R.*; F. C. Stevens, R.*; Lorin Fletch- 
er, R.*; Page Morris, R.*; Frank M. 
Eddy, R.* 

MISSISSIPPI.— E. S. Chandler, Jr., 
D. ; Thomas Spight, D.*; Patrick 
Henry, D.; A. F. Fox, D.*; J. S. Wil- 
liams, D.*; F. A. McLain, D.*; C. F. 
Hooker, D. 

MISSOURI.— J. T. Lloyd, D.*; W. 
W. Rucker, D.*; John Dougherty, D.*; 

C. F. Cochrane, D.*; W. S. Cow- 
herd, D.*; D. A. DeArmond, D.*; 
James Cooney, D.*; D. W. Shackle- 
ford, D.*; Champ Clark, D.*; Rich- 
ard Bartholdt, R.*; C. F. Joy, R.*; 
J. J. Butler, D. ; Edward Robb, D.*; 
W. D. Vandiver, D.*; M. E. Benton, 
D.* 

MONTANA.— At Large — Caldwell 
Edwards, F. 
NEBRASKA.— E. J. Burkett, R.*; 

D. H. Mercer, R.*; J. S. Robison, D.*; 
W. L. Stark, F.*; A. C. Shallen- 
berger, F. ; William Neville, F.* 

NEVADA.— At Large— F. G. New- 
lands. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE.- - i\\.,- 

way, R.»; F. D. Currier, 

NEW JERSEY.— 11. ( den- 

slager, R.*; J. J. Gardner. It.'; I 
Howell, R.»; J. s. Salmon, : 
Stewart, R.*; R. \v. Parker, K* 
len McDermott, I>.; C. N 

NEW YORK.— Fre.i. Btorm, R 
J. Fitzgerald, D.*; Henry Brl 
R. ; H. A. Hanbury, 1:.; F. i; 
son, D.*; George Lindsay, D.; Nli 
Muller, D.*; T. J. 
Henry M. Goldfoglr. D.; A :i, 
Cummings, D. ; William 
O. H. P. Belmont, D. ; W. II. D 
las, R.; Jacob Rupp. rt. |..v • 
Pugsley, D.; A. S. Tompkin 
H. Ketcham, R.*; W. H. Draper D 
Geo. N. Southwick, R. ; J. K. S 
art, R.; L. N. Littauer. K.v L. W. 
Emerson, R.*; A. D. Shaw, 1; 
Sherman, R.*; G .W. Ray, R.V M E 
Driscoll, It.*; S. 10. Payne, U • 
W. Gillet, R.*; J. W. Wads* 
R.*; J. B. Perkins, R. ; W, li. i 
D.*; D. S. Alexander, R.V B. B 
Vreeland, R.» 

NORTH CAROLINA.-J. H. Small. 
D.*; Claude Kitchin, D. ; C. R 
Thomas, D.*; E. W. Pou, D. ; W. W. 
Kitchin, D.*; J. L>. Bellamy, D.*; T I'. 
Kluttz, D.*; Spencer Blackburn, R. ; 
James M. Moody, R. 

NORTH DAKOTA.— At Large— T. 
F. Marshall, R. 

OHIO— W. B. Shattuc.R. : J. 1 1 Brom 
well, R.*; R. M. Nevin, R.: R 
don, D.*; J. S. Snook, D. ; C. Q. Hilde- 
brandt, R.; T. B. Kyle, R. ; W 
Warnock, R. ; J. II. South 
Stephen Morgan, R.*; C. H, • 
venor, R.*; Emmett Tompkins. R 
J. A. Norton, D.»; \V. W. Sh 
H. C. Van Voorhis, R.»; J. J. 
R.*; J. W. Cassingham, R. : R. W. 
Tayler, R.*; Charles Dick, R.»; J A 
Beidler, R.; T. E. Burton, R. 



The Union Central Lifej| Insurance Co. 

Assets over $25,000,000.00 

Makes for their insured much the highest interest and lowest death 
rates of any Company; therefore are paying the largest cash dividends 
annually, as well as all other forms of settlement to policy-holders. 

No Company issues an equal policy contract for the same cost. 

Our premiums have not been advanced as have most other Companies. 

State age and write me for a policy. 

I want a few good agents who are willing to work and make money. 

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RALEKJII, N. C. 



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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATIS. 



OREGON.— T. H. Tongue, R.*; Mal- 
colm A. Moody, R.* 

PENNSYLVANIA.— At Large— G. A. 
Grow, R.*; R. H. Poerderer, R.; H. 
H. Bingham; R.*; Robert Adams, R.*; 
Henry Burk, R. ; J. R. Young, R.*; 
Edward Morrell, R. (Long and short 
terms.); Thos. S. Butler, R.*; I. P. 
Wanger, R. ; Howard Mutchler, D. ; 
H. D. Green, D.*; Marriott Brosius, 
R.*; William Connell, R.*; H. "W. 
Palmer, R. ; G. R. Patterson, R. ; M. 
E. Olmsted, R.*; C. P. Wright, R.*; 
Elias Deemer, R. ; R. K. Polk, D.*; 



R. J. Lewis, R. ; 

S. M. Jack, R.*; 

W. H. Graham, 



T. M. Mahon, R.* 

Alvin Evans, R. ; 

John Dalzell, R.*: 

R.*; E. P. Acheson, R.*; J. B. Sho- 

walter, R.*; A. L. Bates, R; Jos. C. 

Sibley, R.*; J. K. P. Hall, D.* 

RHODE ISLAND.— Melville Bull, 
R.*; A. B. Capron, R.* 

SOUTH CAROLINA.— William El- 
liott, D.*; W. J. Talbert, D.*; A. C. 
Latimer, D.*; Joseph Johnson, D. ; 
D. E. Finley, D.*; R. B. Scarborough, 
D.; J. W. Stokes, D.* 

SOUTH DAKOTA.— At Large— E. 
W. Martin, R. H. Burke, R.* 

TENNESSEE.— W. P. Brownlow, 
R*, H. R. Gibson, R.*; J. A. Moon, 
C. E Snodgrass, D.*; J. D. Richard- 
son, D.*; J. W. Gaines, D.*; S. P. 



Padgett, D. ; T. W. Sims, D.*; R. A. 
Pierce, D.*; M. R. Patterson, D. 

TEXAS.— T. H. Ball, D.*; S. B. 
Cooper, D.*; R. C. DeGraffenreid, D.*; 
J. L. Sheppard, D.*; C. B. Randall, 
D.; R. E. Burke, D.*; R. L. Henry, 
D.*; S. W. T. Latham, D.*; A. S 
Burleson, D.*; G. P. Burgess 
dolph Kleberg, D.*; J. H. 
D.*; J. L. Sladen, D.* 

UTAH.— At Large 
land, R. 

VERMONT.— D. J. Poster, R. 
tredge Haskins, R. 

VIRGINIA.— W. A. Jones, D.*; H. 
L. Maynard, D. ; John Lamb, D.*; F. 
R. Lassiter, D. ; C. A. Swanson, D.*; 
P. J. Otey, D.*; James Hay, D.*; J. F. 
Rixey, D.*; W. P. Rhea, D.*; H. 
Flood, D. 

WASHINGTON.— At Large— W. 
Jones, R.*; F. W. Cushman, R.* 

WEST VIRGINIA.— B. B. Dovener, 
R."; A. G. Dayton, R.*; J. H. Gaines, 
R. ; J. A. Hughes, R. 

WISCONSIN.— H. A. Cooper, R.*; 
H. B. Dahle, R.*; J. W. Babcock, R.*; 
Theobold Otjen, R.*; S. S. Barney, 
R.*; J. H. Davidson, R.*; J. J. Esch, 
R.*; E. S. Minor, R.*; W. E. Brown, 
R. ; J. J. Jenkins, R." 

WYOMING.— At Large— P. W. Mon- 
dell, R.* 



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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 



Weights and Measures. 

Troy Weight.— 24 grains make 1 pennyweight, 20 pennyweights 1 ounce, 12 ounces 
1 pound. Used for weighing- gold, silver and jewels. 

Apothkcaries' Weight— 20 grains make 1 scruple, 3 scruples 1 dram, 8 drams 1 
ounce, 12 ounces 1 pound. The ounce and pound in this are the same as in Troy weight. 

Advoirdupois Weight. 27JJ grains make 1 dram, 16 drams 1 ounce, 16 ounces 1 
pound, 25 pounds 1 quarter, 4 quarters 1 hundredweight, 2,000 pounds 1 short ton, 2,240 
pounds 1 long ton. 

Dry Measure.— 2 pints make 1 quart, 8 quarts 1 peck, 4 pecks 1 bushel, 36 bushels 
1 chaldron. 

Liquid Measure.— 4 gills make 1 pint, 2 pints 1 quart, 4 quarts 1 gallon, 31J^ gallons 
1 barrel, 2 barrels 1 hogshead. 

Time Measure.— 60 seconds make 1 minute, 60 minutes 1 hour, 24 hours 1 day, 7 days 
1 week, 28, 29, 30 or 31 days 1 calendar month (30 days make 1 month in computing 
interest), 365 days 1 year, 366 days 1 leap year. 

Circular Measure.— 60 seconds make 1 minute, 60 minutes 1 degree, 30 degrees 1 
sign, 90 degrees 1 quadrant, 4 qjiadrants, 12 signs or 360 degrees 1 circle. 

Long Measure.— 12 inches make 1 foot, 3 feet 1 yard, 5}4 yards 1 rod, 40 rods 1 
furlong, 8 furlongs 1 statute mile, 3 miles 1 league. 

Cloth Measure.— 234 inches 1 nail, 4 nails 1 quarter, 4 quarters 1 yard. 

Mariner's Measure.— 6 feet make 1 fathom, 120 fathoms 1 cable length, 7Va cable 
lengths 1 mile, 5,280 feet 1 statute mile, 6,085 feet 1 nautical mile. 

Miscellaneous.— 3 inches make 1 palm, 4 inches 1 hand, 6 inches 1 span, 18 inches 1 
cubit, 21.8 inches 1 Bible cubit, 2% feet 1 military pace. 

Square Measure— 144 square inches make 1 square foot, 9 square feet 1 square 
yard, 30*4 square yards 1 square rod, 40 square rods 1 rood, 4 roods 1 acre, 640 acres 1 
square mile. 

Surveyors' Measure.— 7.92 inches make 1 link, 25 links 1 rod, 4 rods 1 chain, 10 square 
chains or 160 6quare rods 1 acre, 64C acres 1 square mile, 36 square miles (6 miles square) 
1 township. 

Cubic Measure.— 1,728 cubic inches make 1 cubic foot, 27 cubic feet 1 cubic yard, 128 
cubic feet 1 cord (wood), 40 cubic feet 1 ton (shipping), 2,150.42 cubic inches 1 standard 
bushel, 268.8 cubic inches 1 standard gallon, 1 cubic foot makes about four-fifths of 
a bushel. . . - . . 

Metric Weights.— 10 milligrams make 1 centigram, 10 centigrams 1 decigram, 10 
decigrams 1 gram, 10 grams 1 dekagram, 10 dekagrams 1 hektogram, 10 hektogramsl 
kilogram, 1,000 kilogrpjns 1 metric ton. 

Metric MEASU r j6.— (One milliliter-=cubie centimeter.) 10 milliliters make 1 cent- 
iliter, 10 centiliter deciliter, 10 deciliters 1 liter, 10 liters 1 dekaliter, 10 dekaliters 1 
hektoliter, 10 hekto..ters 1 kiloliter. 

Metric Lengths— 10 millimeters make 1 centimeter, 10 centimeters 1 decimeter, 10 
decimeters 1 meter, 10 meters 1 dekameter, 10 dekameters 1 hektometer. 10 hektc- 
meters 1 kilometer. 

APPROXIMATE EQUIVALENTS. 

A meter is about a yard; a kilo is about 2 pounds; a liter is about a quart; a centi- 
meter is about i inch; a metric ton is about same as an ordinary ton; a kilometer is 
about }■£ mile; a cubic centimeter is about a thimbleful. A nickel five cent piece of our 
coinage is a handy key to metric measures and weights. It is two centimeters in diam- 
eter and weighs five*grams. 

PRECISE EQUIVALENTS. 



' 



1 acre 

1 bushel 

1 centimeter 

1 cubic centimeter 

1 cubic foot 

1 cubic inch 

1 cubic meter 

1 cubic meter 

1 cubic yard 

1 foot 

1 gallon 

1 grain 

1 gram 

1 hectar 

1 inch 

1 kilogram 

1 kilometer 

1 liter 

1 liter 

1 meter 



. .4047 hectar. 

: 35.24 liters. 

: .3937 inch. 

= .0610 cubic inch. 

= .0283 cubic meter. 

■ 16.39 cubic cent. 
= 35.31 cubic feet. 

■ 1.308 cubic yards. 
= .7645 cubic meter. 
. 30.48 centimeters. 
: 3.785 liters. 

.0648 gram. 

■ 15.43 grains. 
: 2.471 acres. 

■ 25.40 millimeters. 

2.1:05 pounds. 

.6214 mile. 

.9081 quart (dry.) 
1.057 quart (liquid.) 
3.281 feet. 



lrnUe - 1.609 

1 millimeter = .0394 

1 ounce (adv.) - 28.35 

1 ounce (Troy) - 31.10 

1 peck - 8.809 

1 pint ■= .4732 

1 pound = .4536 

1 quart (dry) - 1.101 

1 quart (liquid) = .9464 

1 sq. centimeter = .1550 

1 sq. foot - .0929 

1 sq. inch - 6.458 

1 sq. meter = 1.196 

1 sq. meter = 10.76 

1 sq. yard = .8361 

1 ton (2,000 lbs.) ~ .9072 

1 ton (2,240 lbs.) - 1.017 

1 ton (metric) = 1.102 

1 ton (metric) — .9842 

1 yard ■= .9144 



kilometers, 
inch, 
grams, 
grams, 
liters, 
liter, 
kilogram, 
liters, 
liter, 
sq. inch. 
sq. meter, 
sq. cent, 
sq. yarls. 
sq. feet, 
sq. meter, 
metric ton. 
metric ton, 
ton (2,000 lbs.) 
ton (2,240 lbs.) 
meter. 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.— Continued. 



The Metric System has been adopted by Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Peru, etc . and 
European nations except Russia and Great Britain, where ii i- p 
legalized in the United States by act of Congress .hi is- 28th, 

The Meter, the unit of length, is nearly the ten millionth pari ol a qu 
meridian, of the distance between Equator ami Pole. The Intern 
is, practically, nothing but a length defined by tin- distance between t v. 
of platinum-iridium at zero Centigrade, deposited at the International Bun 
Weights and Measures at Paris, France. 

The Liter, unit of capacity, is derived from the weight of one kilogram ol 
water at greatest density, a cube whose edge is one-tenth of a meter, and, there- 
fore, the one-thousandth part of a metric ton. 

The Gram, unit of weight, is a cube of pure water at greatest density, w b 
one-hundredth of a meter, and, therefore, the one-thousandth part ol a kilogram, and 
the one-millionth part of a metric ton • 

FOREIGN MONEY. 

English Money.— 4 farthings make 1 penny, 12 pence 1 shilling, 20 shillings 1 pound 

French Money.— 10 centimes make I decime, 10 decimes l franc. 

German Money.— 100 pfennig make 1 mark. 

Russian Money.— 100 copecks make 1 rouble. 

Austro-Hungarian Money.— 100 kteutzer make 1 florin. 

Note —France, Belgium, Greece, Italy and Switzerland constitute 1 what is known u 
" Latin " Union and their coins are alike in weight and fineness, occasionally dlffi 
however, in name. The same system has been in part adopted by Spain, Servla, H 
Bulgaria and Roumania, but they have not joined the In ion. I ram - and centln - 
France, Belgium and Switzerland are respectively designated lire and centle 
Italy; drachmai and lepta in Greece; dinars and paras in Servia ; peseta and centime* 
in Spain ; leys and banis in Roumania : leya and stotinkis in Bulgaria. Similarly the 
Scandinavian countries, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, employ coins ol the same 
and fineness, their names being also alike. Mostof the South American Stut< 
standard coin, equal in weight and fineness to the silver 5 franc piece, termed a " 

j,ff jiitdkcv 

HANDY WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

One quart of wheat flour weighs a pound. One quart of corn meal weigh 
ounces. One quart of white sug-ar weighs tsvo pounds. Ten medium size egga 

one pound. A tablespoonful of salt is an ounce. Eight tablesi afuls make a gill. 

Sixty drops are one teaspoonful. A teaspoonful is one fluid dram or lour grams, 
sertspoonful is two fluid drams. A tablespoonful is half a fluid ounce. A wlnegl 

is two fluid ounces. _, _..»..-,. 

WEIGHT OF PRODUCE. 

Number pounds to the bushel according to the laws of the United States. 



Wheat 60 lbs. 

Corn in the ear 70 " 

Corn shelled 56 " 

Rye 56 " 

Buckwheat 48 " 

Barley 48 " 

Oats 32 " 

Peas 60 " 

White beans 60 " 

Castor beans 46 ' 



Irish potatoes 60 lbs. 

Sweet potatoes 65 

Onions 57 

Turnips 55 

Dried peaches 33 

Driedapples 26 

Clover 6eed 60 

Flax seed 56 

Millet seed 50 

Hungarian grass seed. 50 



Timothy seed I! 

lue grass seed it • 

Hemp seed it' 

I'm. -salt 

Coarse sill t 

Corn meal 4^ 

Ground peas 

Malt.... 

Brau 20 " 



TO ASCERTAIN THE WEIGHT OF CATTLE. Measure the pirth olOBfl behind the 
shoulder and I the length from the fore part of the shoulderblade along the beak toti 
bone atthe tail which fis in a vertical line with the buttock, both In feet. Multiply the 
saulre of The "girth, expressed in feet, by five times the length.and divide the produc 
hv A -t°ie quotient is the weight, nearly, of the four quarters, in mperlal Bton. 
It ravoirdlinoiE i For exampll, if the girth be 6 feet, and the ength 5)4 feet wi 
ha've6x6=36 i and 5i| x 5 - 26V4 ; then 36 x 26)4 = 045, and this, divided by 21. 8 
stones exactly! It is to be observed, however, thai in very fal cattle the 'our quarter* 
wm beaboutW-twentieth more, while in those ,„ a very lean state they n .11 i ae- 

r^SS^SS^YSSS^S'aSt- Multiply the length , ; n,d,h ,„,, 
divide by 12. —^—— —^— 






Weather Signals, by Flag and Whistle. 

The Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of Agriculture, furnishes for the informa- 
tion of the general public, " Forecasts," which are prepared daily at 10 A. m. and 10 p. m. 
for the following 1 day. These forecasts are so worded as to be readily communicated to 
the public hy means of flags or steam whistles. These flags are to be obtained from 
dealers, whose addresses can be procured at almost any weather 6tation. They cost $2 
apiece. The necessary information is sent daily by telegraph, without charge, from the 
weather station to a single person in a town or village who will employ the signals. 
Other applicants will be furnished at their own expense. The Chief of the U. 8. 
Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C., or the Chief of any of the State Weather Services 
may be consulted on the subject by letter. The flags are Ave in number and are 
represented herewith : 

No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. No. 5. 

White Flag. Blue Flag. White and Blue Black Triangular White, with 

Flag. Flag. Black Centre. 










Clear or fair Weather. Bain or Snow. Local Rains. Temperature signal. Cold Wave. 

All but one of these flags are 6 feet square : No. 4 is 6 feet long and 4 feet wide at 
the base. Sometimes they are displayed singly, and sometimes two are used together. 

No. 1, white flag, indicates clear or fair weather. No. 2, blue flag, indicates 
rain or snow. No. 3, white and blue flag (parallel bars of white and blue), indicates 
that local rains or showers will occur, and 4, black triangular flag, always refers to 
temperature ; when placed above Nos. 1, 2 or 3 it indicates warmer weather; when 
placed below Nos. 1, 2 or 3 it indicates colder weather ; when not displayed, the 
indications are that the temperature will remain stationary, or that the change in 
temperature will not vary more than four degrees from the temperature of the same 
hour of the preceding day from March to October, inclusive, and not more than six 
degrees for the remaining months of the year. No. 5, white flag, with black square in 
centre, indicates the approach of a sudden and decided fall in temperature. This signal 
is not to be displayed unless it is expected that the temperature will fall to forty-two 
degrees or lower, and is usually ordered at least twenty-four hours in advance of the 
cold wave. Where No. 5 is displayed, No. 4 is always omitted. 

The " Inland Storm Signal " (red flag with black centre) is used in the States of 
North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota (except at lake stations), Iowa, Nebraska and 
Wyoming, to indicate the approach of high winds accompanied by snow, with 
temperature below freezing. When displayed on poles the signals should be arranged 
to read downward ; when displayed from horizontal supports a small streamer should 
be attached to indicate the point from which the signals are to be read. 

Whistle Signals.— The warning signal is a long blast of from 15 to 20 seconds' 
duration; after this has been sounded long blasts (from 4 to 6 seconds' duration) refer 
to weather, and short blasts (from 1 to 3 seconds' duration) refer to temperature, those 
for weather to be counted first. For instance: One long blast indicates fair weather; 
two long, rain or snow ; three long, local rains ; one short, lower temperature ; two 
short, higher temperature ; three short, cold wave ; one long and one short, fair 
weather, lower temperature; two long and two short, rain or snow, higher temperature; 
one long and three short, fair weather, cold wave ; three long and two short, local 
rains, higher temperature. 

The several States, with headquarters, in which State Weather Services are in 
operation are : 

Md., Baltimore (Del. also). 

Mass., Boston (for New Eng.) 

Michigan, Detroit. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

Mississippi, Vicksburg. 

Missouri, Columbia. 

Montana, Helena. 

Nebraska, Omaha. 

Nevada, Carson City. 

New Jersey, N. Brunswick. 

New Mexico, Santa Fe. 

New York, Ithaca. 

North Carolina, Raleigh. 

North Dakota, Bismarck. 



Alabama, Montgomery. 
Arizona, Tucson. 
Arkansas, Little Rock. 
California, Sacramento. 
Colorado, Denver. 
Florida, Jacksonville. 
Georgia, Atlanta. 
Idaho, Idaho Falls. 
Illinois, Springfield. 
Ind., Indianapolis, Lafayette 
Iowa, Des Moines. 
Kansas, Topeka. 
Kentucky, Louisville. 
Louisiana, New Orleans. 



Ohio, Columbus. 
Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. 
Oregon, Portland or Oswego. 
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 
South Carolina, Columbia. 
South Dakota, Huron. 
Tennessee, Nashville. 
Texas, Galveston. 
Utah, Salt Lake City. 
Virginia, Lynchburgh. 
Washington, Olympia. 
West Virginia, Parkersburg. 
Wisconsin, Milwaukee. a 
Wyoming, Cheyenne. 



<«, Eclipses for 1901. 

narippulse 6 ^ 1901 there WiU be tW ° eCUpSeS 0f tho sun ' ono °- lh0 ' 

I. A lunar appulse on May 3d. 
o. IL ^ total eclipse of the sun May 17th, Invisible here; vlalble Inthi 
Slam, Hindustan, Madagascar, and the Indian ocean 

Ul A partial eclipse of the moon October 27th, nm visible hi 
visible generally throughout the eastern portion of Europe, in ■ 

A C sfa a , n an a d n the picm ; c Oc%T ^^ *" °™ EUr ° Pe ' ^ "" " ' ""'" ' '"< *W 
IV. An annular eclipse of the sun November 10th; Invisible here bnl \m 
eastern Europe, eastern Africa, nearly all of Asia, in Borneo, Sumatra 
greater part of the Indian Ocean. 

The Seasons for 1901. 

Vernal Equinox (spring begins) March. 21d 2h 

Summer Solstice (summer begins) June.. 

Autumnal Equinox (autumn begins) September I lb P M 

Winter Solstice (winter begins) December Md 7b 



BAM, 

Aries, 
Hbad. 

TWINS, 

Gemini, 
Arms. 

LION, 

Leo, 

HEART. 
BALANCE, 

Libra, 

REINS. 
ARCHER, 

Sagittarius, Jf 

THIGHS. 



WATERMAN, 

Aquarius, & 

LEGS. 




BULL, 

iSW* TiiuriiH, 

era k. 



■*= 



* 



<«E 



\B, 

Cancer, 

BRR 

VIK(ilN, 

Virgo, 
BOWXLS. 

SCORPION, 

Scorpio, 

LOP 



GOAT, 

4X Capricornus. 
KMBB. 

1 D3HBB, 

"S. Pi8Ci-, 

1 BET. 

Morning and Evening Stars for 1001. 

The planet Venus ( 9 ) begins as morning star and continues as such tint 11 Ajiril 
30th, after which she Is evening star the balance of the year. 

The planet Mars ( $ ) will be morning star until February 22d, and then cv. 
star to the end of the year. 

The planet Jupiter ( 11 ) Is morning star till June 30th, after which he is c\. 
star the rest of the year. 

The planet Saturn ( \ ) will be morning star until July 6th, then evening si 
the end of the year. 

Chronological Eras. 

The year 1901 comprises the latter part of the 1 25th and the beginning of 1 be 
year of American Independence, and corresponds with— 

The year 6614 of the Julian Period. 

The year 5661-5662 of the Jewish Era, the year 5662 commencing on September 
14th; or, more exactly, at sunset on September 13th. 

The year 2654 since the foundation of Home, according to "\ arro. 

The year 2561 of theJapanese Era, and to the 84tbyear of the period ent 
"Meiji." 

The first day of January, 1901, is the 2,415,386th day slnco tho oommenoemenl of 
the Julian Period. 

Astronomical Characters. 

O Sun. $ Mars. W Neptune. c? Opposition. Q, Aaceadlag 




MOON'S PHASES. 



F.M. 
L.Q. 
N.M. 
F. Q. 



SGSTOW. 

D. H. M. 

4 7 13 A. 

2 3 38 A. 

9 36 M. 

7 4 52 M. 



new rcw 

D. H. M. 

4 7 13 A. 

12 3 38 A. 

20 9 86 M. 

27 4 52 M. 



CHICAGO. 

D. H. M. 

4 6 13 A. 

12 2 38 A, 

20 8 36M. 

27 3 52 M, 



D. 

M^ 

1 

2 

3 

4 



D. 

W. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston; New 
England, N. York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo.,Ore. 



Sun 1 Sun 
rises I sets 
h. m J H. M. 



Moon 
sets 
H. M. 



LATITUDE 
Of New VorkCii. 

Philada., Conn., 
New Jersey, Pa. 
Ohio, Ind, Illi- 
nois, Neb. and 
Cal. 



bun 
rises 

H M. 



Sun 
sets 

R. M 



Moon 
sets 

H. M. 



Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 

Sr\ 



Circumcision. 
© in perihelion. 

6^<L. 69$. 
' >4th. Is'c Newton b. '42 
Fari3 bombarded, '71. 






7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 



4 39 
4 40 
4 40 
4 41 
4 42 



4 

5 6 

6 7 
rises. 

5 44 



7 25 

7 25 
7 25 

7 25 
7 25 



43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



3 55 

5 1 

6 2 

rises 
5 48 



1, 2nd Sunday after Christmas- Luke 2. 9 h. 13 m. Day's Length, 9 h. 23 m. 



rj 


Su 


7 


M 


8 


Tu 


9 


W 


10 


Th 


11 


Fr 


12 


Sa 



$ in aphelion. Epiphany. 

6 $ k • Galileo d., 1642 

World's Fair burned, '94 

Aston Library op'n'd. '54 

Frank Leslie died, 1880. 

" Benj.F. Butler d., 93. 

12th. d in apogee. 






^ 
"^ 



30 
30 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 



43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



6 47 

7 52 

8 56 

9 56 

10 54 

11 56 
morn 



7 25 


4 48 


6 51 


7 25 


4 49 


7 55 


7 25 


4 50 


8 57 


7 24 


4 51 


9 56 


7 24 


4 52 


10 53 


7 24 


4 53 


11 54 


7 24 


4 54 


morn 



2. 1st Sunday after Epiphany. Luke 2. 9 h. 22 m. Day's Length, 9 h. 32 m. 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Patent to Plymouth, 1630. 

$ stationary. 

6 9 V- Ed. Everett d.,' 65 

Spencer died, 1599. 

6 S<L. Franklin b., 1706 

6V<L> 6 9d. 6k<L- 
Gen. R. E. Lee b., 1807. 



* 


7 28 


4 50 


56 


9 


7 23 


4 55 


A 


7 28 


4 51 


1 57 


9 


7 23 


4 56 


A 


7 27 


4 52 


2 57 


9 


7 23 


4 57 


<fi£ 


7 27 


4 54 


3 55 


10 


7 22 


4 58 


*C£ 


7 26 


4 55 


4 52 


10 


7 22 


4 58 


* 


7 26 


4 57 


5 43 


10 


7 21 


5 1 


* 


7 25 


4 58 


6 30 


11 


7 21 


5 2 



53 



53 
52 
50 

47 

33 
25 



3, 2nd Sunday after Epiphany. John 2. 9 h. 34 m. Day's Length, 9 h. 43 m. 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



3th. $ gr. he!, lat. N. 
6 $0. Superior, 
Lord Bacon born, 1S61. 
J. Q. Adamn died, 1848. 
6 9 b_ • € in perigee. 
Gen. Ewell died, 1872. 
£ gr, heL lat. S. 



<i* 


7 15 


4 59 


sets. 


11 


7 20 


5 3 


cS 


7 24 


5 


6 34 


11 


7 20 


5 4 


<2 


7 24 


5 1 


7 50 


12 


7 19 


5 5 


A 


7 23 


5 2 


9 2 


12 


7 18 


5 7 


4 


7 22 


5 4 


10 12 


12 


7 18 


5 8 




7 22 


5 5 


11 26 


12 


7 17 


5 9 


> — y 

1 » - 


72: 


5 7 


•norn 


13 


7 16 


5 10 



sets. 

6 37 

7 51 
9 2 

10 11 

11 24 
morn 



4. 3rd Sunday after Epiphany. Ma.t. 8. 9 h. 4b 1 n. Day's Length, 9 h. 55 m, 



27 
2S 
29 
3C 
)_31 



Su 

M 

Tr 

VV 

Th 



27th. J.G.Blaine d., '93 
Paris capitulated, '71 
Kansas admitted, 1SG1. 

9 i:iT- 6 W<C. 

XIII. Amend. Adopt. 'C5 



mP 


7 20 


5 8 


40 


13 


7 16 


5 11 


36, 




7 19 


5 9 


1 61 


13 


7 15 


5 13 


1 46 


■Tf' 


7 IS 


5 10 


2 53 


13 


7 14 


5 U 


2 53 


Cf 


7 17 


5 11 


3 59 


13 


7 IS 


5 15 


3 54 


« 


7 IG 


5 13 


4 52 


14 


7 12 


5 1C 


4 47 




F.M. 
L.Q. 

N.M. 



'•j<t fONi 
. H. M. 

10 30 M. 
1 12 A. 
9 45 A. 
1 38 A. 



NBA' iunh 
D. II. M. 

3 10 30 M. 
11 1 12 A. 

18 9 45 A. 
25 1 38 A. 



OHICA&O. 
D. H. M. 

3 9 30 M. 
11 12 A. 
18 8 45 A 
.5 38 A. 



D. 

M. 



Fr 

Sa 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



Of Boston ; Nev 
England, N. York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo.,Ore. 



Sun 
rises 

H. M. 



Sun 
sets 

H. M. 



Texas seceded, 1861. 
Peace with Mexico. 



M 1 



7 16 
7 14 



5 14 
5 15 



Moon 
sets 
H. M. 



LATITUDE 

New Jersey, fa., 
Ohio, Ind., Illi- 
nois, Neb. and 
Cal. 



bun 
rises 

1! M. 



Sin 
sets 
n. n 



Mood 
sets 

II. M. 



5 39 

6 19 



7 10 
7 11 



6 17 



6 15 



5. Septuagesima Sunday. Matt. 20. 10 h. 5 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 11 m. 



Su 

M 

Th 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



^3d. H. Greeley b.,1811. 
\^f J. Rogers burnt, 1555. 
6 $<Z. Cato killed 46 B.C. 
Ft. Henry captured, 1862. 
Dickens born, 1812. 
Gen. Sherman born, 1820. 
C in apogee. 



■4E 
«4g 

tat 

KSr* 
fa 
fa 

fa 



13 

12 
10 

9 
8 
7 
6 



I? 

18 

ll 1 
20 
22 
23 



rises. 


14 


6 40 


14 


7 45 


14 


8 40 


14 


9 43 


14 


10 43 


14 


11 44 


14 



7 

7 
7 
7 

7 6 
7 ■: 

7 2 



20 i 

21 6 4:! 
7 46 

24 8 40' 
5 25 9 41 
5 26 10 40 
5 'J7 11 40 



6. Sexagesima Sunday. Luke 8. 10 h. 21 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 27 m. 



10 Su 



11 

12 
13 
14 
15 

ic, 



M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 



Fall of Roanoke Island,'62 
" 11th. D. Boone b.,'35. 
A. Lincoln b., 1809. 
<$"<•>£. K. Wagner d., '83. 
gin SI. £inT. St.Valent. 

Slid. 6h<L- 

Ft. Dona'dson taken, 1862 






7 4 
7 3 
7 2 
7 
6 53 
6 57 
6 56 



5 25 
5 27 
5 28 
5 29 
5 31 
5 32 
5 33 



morn 
42 



41 

38 

31 

19 

2 



1 


59 



7 
7 
6 
6 57 
6 66 
6 6 
6 B 



29 

31 
32 
33 

81 



ni'irn 

(I 38 

1 
o 






H 



7. O u inq ua S e sinria Sunday. Luke 18. 10 h. 40 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 45 m. 



17 
18 
19 

20 
21 

22 
23 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Naval Ct. Inquiry ap., '98. 
^fMSth. Sla'y ab. in Cuba, 
^ygr.elon.E.18°7 / . 1'80 
6 £ <L • (T in perigee Ash 
Tumult in Paris, '48. [W 
<PcvO- Washington b.,'32 
Ft. Adams massacre, 1836 






trtf* 



6 55 
6 54 
6 53 
6 51 
6 49 
6 48 
6 46 



5 36 
5 37 
5 38 
5 40 
5 41 
5 42 



5 42 

6 15 
sets. 

7 52 
9 11 

10 27 

11 40 



6 61 

6 60 

ii 49 

6 48 

6 -17 

6 i- 



6 3, 

6 40 

5 11 

6 -I i 



8 12 

i l r 



8. Quadragesima Sunday. Malt. 4. 10 h. 58 m. Day's Length, 11 h. 2 m. 



24 


Su 


25 


M 


23 


Tu 


27 


W 


28 


Th 



Battle Buena Vista, 1847. 

325th. $ in aphelion. 
Victor Hugob., 1802. 
6W<L. Longfellow b., '07. 
Battle Long Island, 1776. 



IT-?' 


6 45 


5 43 


morn 


13 


6 44 




morn 




643 


5 44 


50 


II 


(i 43 


6 4- 


(i 46 
i 48 


(Prf 1 


6 41 


5 46 


1 53 


1." 


6 42 


6 19 


Ayjjl 


6 39 


5 47 


2 49 


i :: 


6 40 




2 44 


'M 1 


6 38 


5 4S 


3 38 


13 


6 37 


s r.i 3 n 



*" 




MOON'S PHASES. 



r.M. 

L.Q. 
N.M. 
F.Q. 



BOSTON. 
D. H. M. 

5 3 4M. 
13 8 6M. 
20 7 53 M. 
26 11 39 A. 



NEW YORK 
D. H. M. 

5 3 4M. 
13 8 6M. 
20 7 53 M. 
26 11 39 A. 



CHICAGO. 
D. H. M. 

5 2 4M 
13 7 6 M 
20 6 53 M 
26 10 39 A 



D. D. 

M. W. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston ; New 
England, N.York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo., Ore. 



Sun 

rises 

H. M 



Snn 
sets 

H. M. 



Moon 
sets 

H. M. 



LATITUDE 

Of New York City: 
Philada., Conn., 
New Jersey, Pa., 
Ohio, Ind., Illi 
nois, Neb. and 
Cal. 



Snn 
rises 

H M. 



Sun 
sets 
H. M 



Moon 

sets 

H. M 



Frl 
Sa 



gr. heL lat. N. St. David, 
ohn Wesley died, 1791. 



«SS 



6 36 
6 34 



5 50 
5 52 



IS 
55 



6 35 
6 33 



5 52 
5 53 



4 14 
4 51 



9. 2nd Sunday in Lent. Matt. 15. 11 h. 21 m. Day's Length, 11 h. 23 m 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



A. H. Stephens d., 1883. 
6 $<L. 1st U. S. Cong., '89 

,5th. 9 i n aphelion. 
£i>D. Crockett killed, '36. 
n§0- 6*SO- Inferior, 
tj? stationary. (£ in apogee. 
Scott at Vera Cruz, 1847. 



<=££ 


6 32 


5 53 


5 23 


Stf* 


6 30 


5 54 


5 49 


sap 


6 28 


5 55 


rises. 


1f& 


6 27 


5 57 


7 31 


"fy 


6 25 


5 58 


8 32 


fy 


6 24 


5 69 


9 33 


& 


6 22 


6 


10 32 



12 
12 
12 
12 
11 
11 
11 



31 
29 
28 
26 
25 
23 
21 



54 
55 

56 

58 

59 



1 



5 21 

5 48 

rises. 

7 30 

8 30 

9 30 
10 28 



10. 3rd Sunday in Lent. Luke 11. 11 h. 41 m. Day's Length, 11 h. 43 m. 



10 


Su 


11 


M 


12 


Tu 


13 


W 


14 


Th 


15 


Fr 


16 


Sa 



Great fire in Boston, 1893 
First London daily, 1702. 
6 S C . 1st Pa. as<-em'ly,'83 

CISth. 6$ 9- 
N. O. lynching, 1891 
S \l C ■ Maine admitt'd,'20 
West Pt. Acad, found., '02. 



ih 


6 20 


6 1 


11 30 


11 


6 19 


6 2 


A 


6 18 


6 2 


morn 


10 


6 18 


6 3 


<C€ 


6 17 


6 4 


26 


10 


6 16 


6 4 


*«£ 


6 15 


6 6 


1 20 


10 


6 15 


6 5 


fr 


6 13 


6 7 


2 9 


9 


6 13 


6 7 


fr 


6 12 


6 8 


2 53 


9 


6 11 


6 8 


& 


6 10 


6 9 


3 3 1 


9 


6 10 


6 9 



11 25 
morn 

21 

1 15 

2 4 

2 48 

3 30 



11. 4th Sunday in Lent. John 6. 12 h. 2 m. Day's Length, 12 h. 2 m. 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



n W O- St. Patrick. 

Grover Cleveland b., 1837. 
6 9 C £ stationary. 
jgk20th. Gn.Badeand.'95 
sUsP O enters c f. Spr'g bog. 
§ stationary. 

Battle Winchester, 1862. 






8 

G 
5 
3 
1 
59 
5S 



6 10 
6 11 
6 12 
6 13 
6 14 
6 15 
6 16 



4 8 

4 44 

5 12 

sets. 

8 1 

9 19 
10 33 





58 



6 10 
6 11 
6 12 
6 13 



14 
15 
16 



4 5 

4 42 

5 12 
sets. 

7 59 

9 15 

10 28 



12. 5th Sunday in Lent. John 8. 12 h. 21 m. Day's Length, 12 h. 21 m. 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 



£ in T- Longfellow d.. '82 
Annunciation. 
26th. 6ty(L. 
9 gr. hel. lat. S. 
Gen. Thomas died, 1S70. 
Russian war ended, 1856. 



Sa lo* $ d . Earth' ke Peru. '28 






56 
54 
52 
51 
49 
47 
45 



6 17 
6 18 
6 19 
6 21 
6 22 
6 23 
6 24 



11 41 
morn 

43 

1 34 

2 19 

2 56 

3 28 



5G 
oo 
53 
51 

50 

48 
4G 



17 

18 
19 
20 



6 21 
6 22 
6 23 



11 36 

morn 

38 



29 
14 
52 

25 



13. Palm Sunday. Matt. 27. 12 h. 41 m. Day's Length, 12 h. 39 m 



I 



31 1 Su | Calhoun died, 1850. 



j s#| 5 44 1 6 25j 3 55|| 4||5 45| 6 24, 3 53| 




MOON'3 PHASES. 






F.M. 
L. Q. 
N.M. 
F. Q. 



BOSTON. 
D. H. M. 

3 8 20 A 

11 10 57 A. 
18 4 37 A 

25 11 15 M. 



NHVV YORK 
D. 11 M. 

3 8 20 A. 
11 10 57 A. 
18 4 37 A. 

25 11 15 M. 



CHIC/>CO. 
D. II. H. 

3 7 20 A. 
11 9 57 A 
18 3 37 A 

25 10 15 M 



M. wl 



M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

8a 



LATITUDE 

Of Button ; New 
England, N.York 
State, So. W 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
I.iinn., VVyo.Ore. 



bun 
rises 

H. M 



bun 
sets 
n. m 



Moot 

sets 

H. M. 



LATITUDE 
Of New York City: 
n.uada., Conn., 
New Jersey, la., 
Ohio, In. I., Ill,- 
nois, Neb. and 
Cal. 



rises 

II M. 



Sun 

sets 

II. M 



Tamerlane died, 1405. 
UUQ. T. Jefferson b.,'43. 
f$r$d. The Crucifixion, 33 
U^&gr. elong. W.27° 4S / 
Good Friday. (£ in apogee 
Gen. Johnston killrd.' 62 



sets 

II. M. 






5 42 
5 40 
5 30 
5 37 
5 35 
5 33 



26 

27 
28 
29 

31 
32 



4 16 

4 40 
rises. 

7 21 

8 24 

9 23 



43 

41 

4 

38 

36 

35 



4 1* 



4 4<i 



C 36 

7 21 

'.) Is 



14. Easter Sunday- John 20. 13 h. 1 m. Day's Length, 12 h. 58 m. 



Su 

M 

Tn 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Battle Shiloh, 1862. 
Louisiana admitted, 1812 
6 SD. Civil Rights Bill, '86 
A. T. Stewart died, 1876 
Hth. iJld. (ShC 
Benton died, 1858. 
D. D Field, jurist, d., '94 



A 


5 32 


6 33 


10 19 


2 




6 31 


<SS 


5 30 


6 34 


11 13 


o 


6 32 


6 32 


<£€ 


5 2S 


6 35 


morn 


2 


5 30 


6 33 


fr 


5 27 


6 36 


3 


1 


5 2< 


6 :r 


fr 


5 25 


6 37 


48 


] 


6 27 


8 3G 


fr 


5 23 


6 39 


1 28 


1 


5 21 


8 37 


a 


5 22 


6 40 


2 6 


1 


5 24 


6 38 



10 14 

11 - 
11 5 
morn 

43 

1 21 



15. Low Sunday. John 20. 13 h. 20 m. Day's Length, 13 h. 17 m. 



14 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Embargo Law repealed.' 14 
Patent Law passed, 1790. 
Treaty China & Japan, '95 
6 $ C . Va. seceded, 1861. 
111.18th. 6* 9C ([in peri. 
<flP' Battle Lexington, '75. 
Darwin died. 1882 



<X 


5 20 


6 41 


2 38 


( 


.i 22 




A 


5 ID 


6 42 


3 7 





5 21 


6 40 


$ 


5 17 


6 43 


3 41 


ft 


5 19 


41 




5 15 


6 44 


4 17 





5 1^ 


6 42 




5 14 


6 45 


4 52 


1 


5 If 


6 43 


(zf 


5 1? 


6 4f 


sets. 


1 


5 1 


6 ■:: 


«rcf 


5 11 


47 


9 22 


1 


5 13 


8 4". 



11 



i < r, 



16. 2nd Sunday after Easter. John 10. 13 h. 40 m. Day's Length, 13 h. 34 m. 



21 


Su 


22 


M 


23 


Tu 


24 


W 


25 


Th 


26 


Fr 


27 


Sa 



Batt e San Jacinto, 1836. 

6 W (L ■ Cortez in Mexico, 

St. George. [1519 

$_gr. hel. lat. S. 

25th. \2 st'ry. St. Mark 
Gen. Johnson sur.,'6;" 

6 o*C. Gen. Grant b, '22. 



nrf 


5 9 


6 49 


10 2h 


1 


5 12 


i . , 


<n* 


5 8 


6 50 


11 25 


1 


5 lo 


8 1. 


H 


5 ( 


6 51 


morn 


I 


5 




W 


5 i 


G 52 


12 


2 


5 8 


6 49 


B«S 


5 i 


6 53 


55 


2 


6 6 




«*; 


5 2 


6 54 


1 29 


g 


5 f 


ii 61 


ef 


5 


6 65 


1 6S 


2 


:> :: 


8 63 



II 20 ( 
morn 

s 
ii B 

1 2G 
1 56 



17. 3rd Sunday after Easter. John 16. 13 h. 57 m. Day's Length, 13 h. 51m 



28 
29 
30 



>U 

M 
Tu 



James Monroe born, 1758. 
Great Eclipse in Eng.,'52. 
% sta'ry. d 90 superior. 



«# 


4 59 


6 56 


2 23 


»> 


5 


') 


«SP 


4 58 


6 57 


2 51 


3 


6 


? 


*• 


4 56 


6 59 


3 17 


3 


4 


69 



2 22 
2 61 
6 56, 




MOON'S PHASES. 



F.M. 
L.Q. 
N.M. 
F. Q. 



BOSTON. 
D. H. M. 

3 1 19 A. 

1 9 38 M. 

8 3SM 

5 40 M, 



NEW YORK 
D. H. M. 

3 1 19 A. 

11 9 38 M. 

18 38 M. 

25 40 M. 



CHICAGO, 
D. H. M. 

3 19 A, 
11 8 38 M, 
17 11 38 A, 
24 11 40 A, 



D. 


D. 


M. 


W. 


1 


W 


2 


Th 


3 


Fr 


4 


Sa 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston ; New 
England, N. York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo., Ore. 



Sun 
rises 

H. M. 



Sun 
sets 
H. M. 



Moon 
sets 

H. M. 



LATITUDE 

Of New York City: 
Philada., Conn., 
New Jersey, Pa., 
Ohio, Ind., Illi- 
nois. Neb and 
Cal. 



Sun 
rises 

H. M. 



Sun 
sets 

H. M 



Moon 

sets 

H. M. 



Dewey dea. Spanish fl't,'98 
([ in apogee. 

fOk3rd. FarragutatN. O., 
X&J Chicago riot s. '86. ['62 






4 54 
4 53 
4 52 

4 51 



7 

7 1 

7 £ 

7 3 



3 40 

4 8 

rises. 
8 13 



4 58 
4 56 
4 55 
4 54 



6 56 
6 57 
6 58 
6 59 



3 43 

4 11 

rises. 
8 8 



18. 4th Sunday after Easter- John 16. 14 h. 15 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 7 m. 



5 


Su 


6 


M 


7 


Tu 


8 


W 


9 


Th 


10 


Fr 


11 


Sa 



Bread riots in Spain, 1898. 
6 $ d . Ark. seceded, 1861. 
Salmon P. Chase d., 1873. 

6H<L. 6kd. 
Stonewall Jackson d., '63 

CPres't Davis cap., 186c 
11th. EarthqLima,'46 



<«€ 


4 49 


7 4 


9 9 


'6 


4 53 


7 


*C€ 


4 48 


7 5 


10 


3 


4 52 


7 2 


* 


4 47 


7 6 


10 46 


4 


4 51 


7 3 


fr 


4 46 


7 7 


11 26 


4 


4 50 


7 4 


* 


4 45 


7 8 


morn 


4 


4 49 


7 5 


4! 


4 43 


7 9 


5 


4 


4 47 


7 6 


<2 


4 42 


7 11 


37 


4 


4 46 


7 7 



9 4 
9 55, 

10 41 

11 22 
morn' 

1 
34 



J9. Rogation Sunday. John 16. 14 h. 31 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 23 m. 



12 

13 
14 
15 

10 
17 

18 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Istl'dskir. Pt. Caban's,'98 
g in £l. Fly'g Squad, sailed 
6W€.> Superior. ['98. 
Spanish Cab't resigns, '98. 
Ascension Day. 

C in perigee. 

18th. g in perihelion. 






4 41 
4 40 
4 39 
4 38 
4 37 
4 36 
4 35 



12 
13 

14 

15 
lf» 

17 



7 1! 



1 8 

1 35 

2 12 

2 43 

3 19 

4 2 

sets. 



45 
44 
43 
42 

41 
41 

40 



8 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



1 

1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
sets 



6 
35 

13 i 

45 

22 1 



20. Sunday after Ascension. John 15-16. 14 h. 45 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 35 m. 



19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Span, fl't ar. Santiago, '98 
6 W d • Lafayette d. , 1834. 
Montrose hanged, 1650. 
Alexander Poped., 1688. 

Queen Victoria D..1819 
25th. 6$<L. 



TRW 



34 
33 
33 

32 
31 
30 
29 



7 19 
7 20 
7 21 
7 22 
7 22 
7 23 
7 24 



9 9 
10 5 

10 49 

11 28 
11 59 
morn 

28 



4 39 
4 38 
4 37 
4 37 
4 36 
4 35 
4 35 



7 14 
7 15 
7 15 
7 16 
7 17 
7 18 
7 19 



9 41 
10 1 

10 45 

11 24! 
11 56 
morn' 

26 



21. Pentecost— WhitSunday. John 14. 14 h. 56 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 46 m. 



26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
81 



bu 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 



John Calvin died, 1564 
Battle Ft. Erie, 1813. 
n,?0- $ gr. hel. 1st. off. 
X in apogee. 

Joan of Arc burned, 1431. 
6$ty. H. Seymourb.,^10 






29 
28 
28 
27 
27 
20 



2o 
26 

27 
28 

29 
30 



51 



21 
44 
11 
38 
12 



34 
34 
33 
33 
32 
32 



20 

21 
21 
22 
23 
24 



51 



22 
46 

14 
42 
16 




P.M. 

L.Q. 

N.M. 
F. Q. 



BOSTON. 

D. H. M. 

2 4 53 M. 

9 5 A. 

16 8 83 M. 

23 8 59 A. 






NEW YORK 
D. H. M. 

2 4 53 M. 

9 5 A. 

16 8 33M. 

23 8 59 A. 



CHICAGO. 
D. H. M. 

2 3 53 M. 

9 4 A. 
16 7 33 M. 
23 2 59 A, 



D. 

M. 



D. 

W. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



Of Boston ; New 
Englan 1,N. York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo.Ore. 



Sun 
rises 

H. M. 



Sun 
set3 

H. M 



Moon 
Sets 
H. M. 



LATITL 

New J. 
nois, Nib. 



bun 
rises 

H M 



bun 
Sets 
H. M 



sets | 

H. M 



l|Sa | Boston Port closed, 1774. | M%|4 26| 7 31 | 3 5() : | 2 4 31|7 2 5 _ 
22. Trintiy Sun day. " John 3. 15 h. 7 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 54~m7 



Su 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 



.2nd. cJgC. 
Pres't. Davis b., 1808. 

Oil City disaster, 1892. 
i?§0. Corpus Christi. 
Richard M. Hoe d., 1886. 
Thomas Paine died, 1800 



H5€ 

if 
if 



32 

3: ; 
33 
34 
34 
35 
35 



rises. 

8 45 

9 27 
10 7 

10 40 

11 11 
11 39 



2i 



8 40 

10 37 
I 

11 38 



23. 1st Sunday after Trinity. Luke 16. 15 h. 13 m. Day's Length, 15 h. 1 m.>- 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



C9fch. 6 9W. 
Be Soto landed, 1539 
Ben. Johnson born, 1574. 
W. C. Bryant died, 1878. 
American party meets, '55 
<I in perigee, 
g gr. elong. E. 24° 39' 



& 


4 23 


7 30 


morn 


1 


4 2>s 




ti 


4 22 


7 36 


13 


] 


1 2 


7 ;di 




4 22 


7 37 


44 


] 


■1 28 


7 3 ; 


■o 


4 22 


7 37 


1 16 


1 


4 28 


7 :;l 


«* 


4 22 


7 37 


1 55 





4 28 


7 31 


ffl^ 


4 22 


7 38 


2 39 





4 28 


7 


«* 


4 22 


7 S3 


3 29 


si 


4 28 





morn 
ii 13 



45 
18 

53 



24. 2nd Sunday after Trinity. Luke 14, 15 h. 17 m. Day's Length, 15 h. 4 m. 



16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 

22 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



16th. fjtpc. 

Span, n't left Cadiz, '98 
6 ? <L . Bat. Malakoff, 1855 
War of 1812 declared. 

6 WO- SinT. 

O enters 55. Summer beg. 

6 $d. 






4 22 
4 22 
4 23 
4 23 
4 23 
4 23 
4 23 



7 39 

7 39 
7 39 
7 40 
7 40 
7 40 
7 40 



sets. 

8 40 

9 22 
9 58 

10 28 

10 54 

11 2:; 



4 2S 
4 28 
4 28 
4 28 

4 1' 
4 . 
4 29 



7 32 

7 : 
7 ' 

7 3 



'.I is 

10 '-' 



25. 3rd Sunday after Trinity. Luke 15. 15 h. 16 m. Day's Length, 15 h. 6 m. 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



23rd. Bat. of Plassey. 

St. John Baptist. [1757 
9 in perihelion. 
C in apogee 

3d Manila Ex. sailed, '98. 
Victoria crowned, 1838. 
6 & C • £ stationary. 



SSP 


4 24 


7 40 


11 60 


*j 


"fa 


4 24 


7 40 


morn 


2 


^ 


4 24 


7 40 


14 





A 


4 25 


7 4() 


4 





A 


4 25 


7 40 


1 12 


,' 


A 


4 25 


7 40 


1 4 L 


.' 


SSf 


4 26 


7 40 


2 27 








4 20 

1 30 

4 30 

1 3 

4 :;i 

i 4 31 






1 1 

1 1 I 
1 - ' 



'26. 4th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 6. 
30|Su| (P^O- S in aphelion. T^£~ 



15 h. 14 m. Day's Length, 15 h. 3 . 



4 20|7 40| 3 M :! 8||4 89 



mmmm 




MOON'S PHASES. 



F. M. 
L. Q. 

N.M. 
F. Q. 
F. M. 



BOSTON. 

D. II. M. 

6 18 A. 
10 20 A. 
5 10 A. 
8 68 M. 
5 34 M. 



NEW YORK 


D. 


H. M. 


1 


6 ISA. 


8 10 20 A. 


15 


5 10 A. 


loo 


8 58 M. 


31 


5 34 M. 



CHICAGO- 
D. II. M. 

5 18 A. 

9 20 A. 
4 10 A. 
7 58 M. 
4 34 M. 



D. D. 
M. W. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston; New 
England, N.York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., "\\'y j., Ore. 



Sun 
rises. 

H. M 



M 

Tl! 

W 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 



1st. 4 $ o . £ in aoh'n 

Cervera's fleet des., 1898. 
© in aphelion. 

Lieut. Hobson excn'd, '98 



-as 



27 

27 
28 
28 
29 
29 



Sun 
sets. 

H. M. 



Moon 
rises. 

H M. 



M. 



LATITUDE 

Of New York City; 
Philada., Conn. 
New Jersey, Pa.', 
Ohio, Ind., Illi- 
nois, Neb., and 
Cal. 



Sun 
rises. 

H. M. 



Sun 
sets. 

II. M. 



Moon 

rises. 
h. M. 



40 
40 
40 
40 
39 



rises 
8 7 

8 44 

9 1G 
9 45 



7 39 10 12 



32 
33 
33 
34 
34 
35 



35 
34 
34 
34 
34 
33 



rises 
8 2 

8 40 

9 13 

9 43 
10 12 



27. 5th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 5. 15 h. 9 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 57 m. 



7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 



13 Sa J 



CAnnex'n Hawaii, '98. 
8th. Morgan's raid, '63 
Port Hudson sur'd, 1863. 
Cervera pris. in Va., 1898. 
(TJ in perigee. 

Cyrus W. Field died, 1892. 
A £ O inferior. 



A 






30 
31 
32 
32 

33 

34 
35 



39 
38 
38 

37 
37 
36 
36 



10 47 

11 18 
11 53 
morn 

33 

1 20 

2 14 



4 36 
4 36 
4 37 
4 38 
4 38 
4 39 
4 39 



10 49 

11 20 
11 56 
morn 

37 

1 24 

2 18 



28. 6th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 5. 15 h. m. Day's Length, 14 h. 50 m. 



14 


Su 


15 


M 


16 


Tu 


17 


W 


18 


Th 


19 


Fr 


20 


Sa 



Bastile capt'd, 1789. 
15th. 6$<£. "U'm^. 
Burr-Hamilton duel, 1804. 
9 gr. hel. lat. N. 
Maximilian shot, 1867. 
Battle Winchester, 1864. 
Wilson left f. P. Rico, 1898 



1M 1 


i or 
4 OO 


7 35 


3 15 


6 


4 40 


7 30 


M 


4 36 


7 34 


4 19 


6 


4 40 


7 30 


«« 


4 37 


7 34 


sets. 


6 


4 41 


7 29 


■4K 


4 38 


7 33 


8 28 


6 


4 42 


7 29 


1FW 


4 39 


7 32 


8 56 


6 


4 42 


7 28 


«# 


4 40 


7 32 


9 21 


6 


4 43 


7 27 


*3f 


4 41 


7 31 


9 51 


6 


4 44 


7 27 



3 19 

4 24 
sets. 

8 25 

8 55 

9 21 
9 52 



29. 7th Sunday after Trinity. Mark 8. 14 h. 48 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 41 m. 



21 


Su 


22 


M 


23 


Tu 


24 


W 


25 


Th 


26 


Fr 


27 


Sa 



6 2d. 

Aguinaldo d. hims.dict.'98 
23d. C in apogee. 
1st Const, of Va., 1621 
St. James. 

6 S<C. 

Ponce, Porto Rico, sur.'98 



"fr 


4 42 


7 30 


10 16 


6 


4 45 


7 26 


"fa 


4 43 


7 29 


10 44 


6 


4 45 


7 25 


*■ 


4 44 


7 28 


11 12 


6 


4 46 


7 24 


sh 


4 44 


7 28 


11 46 


6 


4 47 


7 23 


A 


4 45 


7 27 


morn 


6 


4 48 


7 22 


*£€ 


4 46 


7 26 


24 


6 


4 49 


7 21 


*C£ 


4 47 


7 25 


1 8 


6 


4 50 


7 19 



10 18 

10 47 

11 16 
11 50 
morn 

28 

1 12 



30. 8th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 7. 14 h. 35 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 27 m. 



28 


Su 


ac 


# 


4 48 


7 23 


1 57 


6 


4 51 


7 18 


2 2 


29 


M 


6**2 C 


if 


4 49 


7 22 


2 55 


6 


4 52 


7 18 


2 59 


30 


Tu 


0$*k Bismarck died, 1898. 


4? 


4 50 


721 


3 56 


6 


4 54 


7 17 


4 


31 


W 


\j^/31st. And. Johnson d.73 


*£ 


4 51 


7 20 


rises 


6 


4 55 


7 16 


rises 







MOON'S PHASES. 



L. Q. 

N.M. 
F. Q. 
F. M. 



BOSTON. 

D. H. M. 

7 3 2 M 

14 3 27 M 

!2 2 52 M, 

>9 3 21 A. 



NEW YORK 


D. 


H. M. 


7 


3 2M. 


11 


3 27 M. 


22 


2 52 M. 


29 


3 21 A. 



CHICAGO. 

i>. ir. m 
7 2 2 



14 2 

22 1 
29 2 



M. 
27 M. 
52 M, 
21 A. 



D. 

M. 



Th 
Fr 
Sa 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



Bankruptcy law eff. 1898 
g gr. elong. W. 19° 22'. 
Santiago cav. or. home '98 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston; New 
England, N.York 
Stale, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo., Ore. 



Sun 
rises. 

H. M. 




Sun 
sets. 

II. M, 



rises. 

H. M 



19 

IS 
17 



M. 



LATITUDE 

Of N 

I . ' 

Cal. 



ii. M 



Sun !' 
Beta. I 

II. M. II. M 



7 481 

8 18 1 
8 51 



56 







31. 9th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 16. 14 h. 21 m. Day's Length, 14 h. 13 m. 



4 
6 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Shelly born, 1792. 
Gen. Howe died, 1799. 
$ in y. ([in perigee. 
7th. Riots in Belfast,*86 
Ft. Gaines surren. , '64. 
$in£. 
Missouri admitted, 1821 



(IK!* 



55 

57 

58 

59 





5 2 



9 

;i 55 

10 34 

11 18 
morn 

8 

1 3 



69 



10 ! - 

11 23 
morn 

ii 11 
I 7 



32, 10th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 19. 14 h. 3 m. Day's Length, 13 h. 57 m. 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Spau. at. S. JuanrepuL'98. 
Peace protocol with Spain 
6 $ C • [signed '98. 

iff^Hth. £ in perihelion. 
9 Lafayette vis. U.S. '24 

6 ? C 

Gail Hamilton died, 1896 



■=££ 
fa 



7 
7 
7 

7 
6 59 
6 58 



2 < 

3 11 

4 16 
sols. 

7 23 

7 54 

8 19 



i 
7 
B 
9 

in 
1! 
12 



i 

7 1 

7 (i 

6 59 

ii 58 

6 56 
8 



:; 15 

1 19 

7 22 

7 M 

8 22 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



33. 11th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 18. 13 h . 46 m. Day's Length , 13 h. 40 m 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Dr. Carl Zeller died, 1898 

6 $ C n«rr 

<£ in apogee. [ looo. 

Charter Oak blown down 

22d. § stationary. 

1 6 S a- 

St. Bartholomew. 6 % (L • 



fa 
fa 



5 10 
5 12 
5 13 
5 14 
5 15 
5 16 
5 17 



6 50 
6 54 
6 53 
6 51 
6 50 
6 48 
6 47 



8 44 

9 12 
9 45 

10 20 

11 3 
11 49 
morn 



:. l: 

5 11 

5 L6 

5 16 

5 17 

5 L8 

6 19 



6 6 

6 61 
6 49 

i; i, 
6 46 

ii 1 1 



'i 



■17 
16 

in 25 
11 7 
1 1 53 
morn 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



34. 12th Sunday after Trinity. Ma rk 7. 13 h. 27 m. D ay's Length, 13 h. 23 m. 
- — ; ~ ii 47 

1 16 

2 48 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



6 k $-• 

Prince Albert born, 1819. 

6 $ O superior. 

Goethe born, 1749. [1877 

fSat29th. Brig. Young d., 

Rr/ % stationary. 

Geo. Wm. Curtis d„ 1892. 



J? 
A 



18 
5 19 
5 20 
5 21 
5 22 
5 23 
5 24 



(i ■!•" 
6 43 
42 
G 40 
6 39 
6 37 
6 35 



-1 

1 41 

2 -II 
:; 51 

rises 

6 52 

7 9K 



> 



.'II 






Ii 11 

6 in 
8 3' 



/ 







L. Q. 
N. M. 
F. Q. 
F. M. 



BOSTON. 
D. H. M. 

5 8 27 M. 

2 4 18 A. 

!0 8 33 A. 

!8 36 M. 



NBW YORK 


D. 


H. M. 


5 


8 27 M. 


12 


4 18 A. 


20 


8 33 A. 


28 


36 M. 



CHIC6GO. 

D. H. M. 

5 7 27 M. 
12 3 18 A. 
20 7 33 A. 
27 11 36 A. 



jD. 

IM. 



D. 
W. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



Of Boston ; New 
England, N.York 
State, So. Mich., 
Wisconsin, Iowa, 
Minn., Wyo., Ore. 



Sun 
rises. 

H. M. 



bun 
sets. 

H. M. 



Moon 

rises. 

H. M. 



H. 



LATITUDE 

Of New York City 
Philada., Conn., 1 
New Jersey, Pa.. 
Ohio, Ind., Illi- 
nois, Neb., and 
Cal. 



Sun 
rises. 

H. M. 



Sun 

sets. 

H. M, 



Moon 
rises. 

H. M, 



35. 13th Sunday after Trinity, Luke 10. 13 h. 8 m. Day's Length, 13 h. 4 m. 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



d in perigee. [1898 

British vie. at Omdurman 
Labor Day. 

French Republic, 1870. 
^Sth. 1st Col. Cong. '74 

kL n$0- 6^d- 
John G. Whittier d., 1892 





5 25 


6 33 


7 57 





5 27 


6 31 




5 2a 


6 32 


8 35 





5 28 


6 30 


if 


5 27 


6 30 


9 IS 


] 


5 29 


6 28 


Ff 


5 28 


6 28 


10 6 


1 


5 30 


6 27 


rf 


5 29 


6 27 


11 


1 


5 31 


6 25 


m* 


5 30 


6 25 


11 59 


2 


5 32 


6 24 


M 


5 32 


6 23 


morn 




5 33 


6 22 



8 0, 

8 38 

9 21 1 

10 10 

11 4, 
morn 

4 



36. 14th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 17. 12 h. 49 m. Day's Length, 12 h. 46 m. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Fall of Sebastopol, 1855. 
Peace com'rs app'd, 1898 
S. S. Cox died, 1889. 

9 in ^. [1847 

«^\12th. Bat. Chapul tepee 
IP Cervera s'd for Sp.'98 

6 £ C b stationary. 









34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



5 39 



6 22 
6 20 
6 18 
6 16 
6 14 
6 13 
6 11 



2 

6 
12 
15 

20 

sets. 
6 48 



34 
35 
36 

37 
38 
39 
40 



20 
18 
17 
15 
14 
12 
10 



1 7, 

2 10 

3 15 

4 17, 

5 21 
sets, j 

6 50' 



37. 15th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 6. 12 h. 29 m. Day's Length, 12 h. 28 m. 



15 
16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



6 9<C. 

6 <?£. & iny. 

C in apogee. 

Jay Cooke & Co. failed, '73. 

<5 6C [1863. 

3^20th. Bat.Chicamauga, 
V St. Matthew. 6 111. 






40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



6 9 
6 7 
6 6 

6 4 
6 2 
6 
5 59 



16 
45 
21 
58 
43 

10 32 

11 28 



41 
42 
43 
4-1 
45 
46 
47 



9 

7 
5 
4 
2 

1 

59 



19 

49 



8 25 

9 3 
9 47 

10 36 

11 32 



38. 16th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 7. 12 h. 10 m. Day's L ength, 12 h. 9 m. 



22 Su 

23 ;M 
24;Tu 
25 W 
26 'Th 
27|Fr 
28 Sa 



Buttle Fisher's Hill, 1864. 
ent.:£=. Autumn begins. 
Battle Monterey 1846. 

n| G.- 
Fanny Davenport a. 1S98. 
igv^, 8. in aphelion. 
{&) 28th. n U. 0. 



fc 


5 47 


5 57 


morn 


7 


5 48 


5 57 


*£ 


5 49 


5 55 


27 


/ 


5 49 


5 55 


& 


5 50 


5 53 


1 30 


8 


5 50 


5 54 


<2 


5 51 


5 52 


2 40 


8 


5 51 


5 52 


& 


5 52 


5 50 


3 52 


9 


5 52 


5 50 


«fi> 


5 53 


5 48 


5 2 


9 


5 53 


5 48 


^ 


5 54 


5 46 


rises 


9 


5 54 


5 47 



morn 

31 

1 34 

2 43 

3 54 
5 2 
rises 



39. 17th Sunday after Trinity. Luke 14. 11 h. 50 m. Day's Leneth, 11 h. 50 m. 



29|Su 
30 M 



Michaelmas. (£ in perigee. 
Col.llaySec. of State, 1898. 



5 55 
5 56 



5 45 
5 43 



6 31 

7 14 



5 56 



5 45 
5 43 



6 34 

7 18 




L Q. 
N. M. 
F. Q. 
. F. M. 



BOSTON. 

D. H. M. 
4 3 52 A. 
2 8 11 M. 
!0 53 A. 
!7 10 6 M. 



NEW YORK 

D. H. M. 

4 3 52 A. 
12 8 H M. 
20 58 A. 
27 10 6 M. 



CHICAGO. 

D. H. M. 

4 2 52 A. 
12 7 11 M. 
20 11 58 M. 
27 9 6 M. 



D. D. 
M. W. 



40. 18th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 22. 11 h. 30 m. Day's Length, 11 h. 31 m. 



Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 

Sa 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston : New 
England, N.York 

Bo. Mich.. 
■ ■I- a, Iowa, 
Minn.,\Y\ o 



Sun I Sun 
rises, sets. 

H. M. H. M. 



Postal spec. deliv'y, 1885. 
Weyler recalled, 1897. 
n k 0. 6y<L. 
/fgMth. Geo. Bancroft b.. 
\Lr W stationary. [1800! 



Ml Kill 

H. M 



LATITUDE 
ll. M.lll. 



trf 



O Oi 

5 59 

6 
6 1 
6 2 



41 
39 
38 
36 
34 



8 

8 

9 

10 

11 



1 

57 
59 



L0 








K. 








1 ! 








1 1 


6 




11 1 


1 1 


6 1 







6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 



Su 

M 

Tu 

\V 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Great strike in Paris, 1898 
Parnell died, 1891. 
Big fire Atl City.N. J.,'98 
Howell Cobb died, 18G8 

6" 9o*. 

Dr. Kane returns, '55. 
12th. ggr.elon.E^ ^ 



*K 


(i :; 


5 33 


morn 


12 


6 2 




*£S 


6 4 


5 31 


1 4 


12 


6 8 


5 82 


Ct* 


6 5 


5 29 


2 9 


12 


6 4 


6 80 


SSF 


6 7 


5 27 


3 11 


13 


6 5 


5 29 


S3* 


6 8 


5 26 


■1 LO 


L3 


6 6 




^ 


6 9 


5 24 


5 12 


13 


6 7 


6 26 


<&> 


6 10 


5 23 


6 11 


13 


6 8 


6 24 



ii 3 

1 7 

2 11 

I ID 
5 HI 

I. II 



41. 19th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 9. II h. 10 m. Day's Length, 11 h. 13 






Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



Murat shot, 1815. 

6 9 C 

6 $ <L • C in apogee. 
6 9 C • 9 in aphelion, 
g gr. hel. lat. S. 
St. Luke Evang. 6 2J. (£ 
6 k C 



A 


G 11 


5 21 


sets. 


1-1 




5 22 


sh 


6 12 


5 19 


6 -1 


14 


6 11 




A 


6 14 


5 18 


6 58 


14 


6 L2 




<«€ 


6 15 


5 16 


7 39 


14 


6 13 




<«€ 


6 16 


5 15 


8 25 


14 


6 I i 


5 h. 


* 


G 17 


5 13 


9 19 


15 


6 r> 


6 1" 


* 


G 18 


5 11 


Hi L6 


L5 


6 16 





7 II 



I 42. 20th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 22. 10 h. 51 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 55 m. 

11 19 

1 31 

2 II 

5 3 



20 
2i 
22 
23 

24 
25 
2( 



M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
5Sa 



&20th. N. Y. panic, 73 
|> Battle Trafalgar, 1805 
Bat. Marysville, Ark , 1862 
Chinese att. Engl. eng. ,'98 
$ stationary. 

J 9 $■ 

Yon Moltke born, 1800. 



* 


6 19 


5 10 


11 15 


15 


6 17 


5 L2 


<3E 


6 21 


5 8 


morn 




6 1- 


5 11 


*£ 


G 22 


5 7 


20 


L5 






A 


6 23 


5 5 


1 28 


16 


6 2] 




A 


G 24 


5 4 


2 40 




6 22 




*r> 


6 25 


5 3 


:; 19 










G 27 


5 1 


5 5 


Hi 


6 24 


6 1 



43. 21rt Sunday after Trinity. John 4. 10 h. 32 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 37 in. 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



bu 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 



57th (T in perigee. 
\&i/ St. Simon & St. Jude. 
Henry George died, 1897. 
Carter Harrison killed, '93 

6 W g. 



(Wr* 



6 28 
6 29 
6 30 
G 31 
6 32 




58 

57 
56 
54 



rises 

5 51 
i; 11 

7 42 

8 46 





. '.' 






5 1 






5 n 


6 M* 




l 59 


7 M 










MOON'S PHASES. 



L. Q. 

N. M. 
F. Q. 
F. M 



BOSTON. 

D. H. M, 
3 2 24 M. 
11 2 34 M. 
.9 3 23 M..10 
!5 8 18 A. 25 



NEW YORK 

D. H. M. 

3 2 24 M. 

"11 2 34 M. 

3 23 M. 

8 18 A. 



CHICAGO 



H. M. 

1 24 M 

1 34 M. 

2 23 M 
7 ISA. 



D. 
M. 



D. 

w. 



Fr 

Sa 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



Gen'l Sherman ret'd, 1883 
Van Wyck mayor N.Y. ,'97 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston; New 
England, N.York 
State, So. Mich., 
"Wisconsin, Iowa. 
Minn., Wyo., Ore. 



Sun 

rises. 

H. M. 



Sun 

sets. 

H. M. 



Moon 

rises. 

H. M. 



M. 






6 33 
6 35 



4 53 
4 52 



9 51 
10 56 



LATITUDE 

Of New York City; 
Philada., Conn., 
New Jersey, Pa., 
Ohio, Ind., Illi- 
nois, Neb., and 
Cal. 



Sun I Sun 
rises, sets. 

H. M.'h. M 



Moon 

rises. 
H. M. 



6 31 
6 32 



4 5(5 
4 55 



9 55 

10 59 



44, 22d Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 18. 10 h. 15 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 21 m. 



Su 

M 

Tu 

\V 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



3d. Livingstone found, 
o" £ O inferior. [1870 

3 'in 9>- 

Gen'l Meade died, IS/ 2. 

9 gr. hel. lat. S. 
Cleveland el'd Pres., 1892. 
Rev'n in Honduras, 1890. 






6 36 
6 38 
6 39 
6 40 
6 42 
6 43 
6 44 




45, 23d Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 23. 9 h. 58 m. Day's Length, 10 h. 4 m. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



Su 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 



$ (£. $ in perihelion. 

,11th. C in apogee. 
Lucknow cap'd, 1857, 
A $ d- £ stationary. 
Charles Carroll, 1832. 



Ft, 

A 

XJ 2£ 



Chamberlain on Alli'ce,'98| & 



6 45 
6 47 
6 48 
6 49 
6 51 
6 52 
6 53 



43 

42 
41 
40 
39 
38 



6 6 

sets. 

5 37 

6 22 

7 12 
8 
9 6 



6 42 
6 43 
6 44 
6 45 
6 46 
6 47 
6 48 



46 
45 

44 
43 

4:; 
42 

41 



6 2 

sets. 

5 42 

6 27 

7 17 

8 13 

9 10 



45. 24th Sunday after Trinity. Matt. 9. 9 h. 42 m. Day's Length, 9 h. 50 m.j 



17 


Su 


18 


M 


19 


Tu 


20 


W 


21 


Th 


22 


Fr 


23 


Sa 



Suez canal opened, 1869. 

6 9 71. 

^vl9th. A 9 h- 
^J0 £ gr. hel lat. N. 
g gr. elong. W. 19° 42' 
Havelock died, 1857. 
Battle Chattanooga, 1863. 






6 54 
6 55 
6 57 
6 58 

6 59 

7 
7 1 



36 
36 
35 
34 
34 
33 
32 



10 8 

11 12 
morn 

20 

1 26 

2 37 

3 53 



6 50 
6 51 
6 52 
6 53 
6 55 
6 56 
6 57 



40 
40 
39 

38 
38 
6i 

37 



10 12 

11 15 
morn 

22 

1 26 

2 36 

3 50 



47. 25th Sunday after Trinity. Joh 


n6. 


9h. 


30 nr 


■ Day 


's Length, 


9h. 


38 m.; 


?4| 


Su 


Pres't Taylor born, 1784. 


aw** 


7 2 


4 32 


5 8 


13 


6 58 


4 36 


5 5; 


&-J 


M 


^s^25th. (i in perigee. 


JUT 


7 4 


4 31 


6 22 


13 


6 59 


4 36 


6 18 


26 


Tn 


; £) Berlin Decree, 1806. 


T* 


7 5 


4 31 


rises 


13 


7 


4 36 


rises 


27 


W 


dfC 


wt 


7 6 


4 30 


6 26 


12 


7 1 


4 35 


6 30 


28 


Th 


6 % \. 


W 


7 7 


4 30 


7 34 


12 


7 2 


4 35 


7 38 


29 


Fr 


Horace Greeley died, 1872 


M 


7 8 


4 29 


8 41 


12 


7 3 


4 34 


8 45, 


30lSa 


St Andrew. 


*es 7 9 


4 29 


9 49 


11 


V 4 


4 34 


9 52, 




L. Q. 

N. M. 
F. Q. 
F. M. 



BOSTON. 

D. H. M. 

2 4 49 A. 
LO 9 53 A. 
18 3 35 A. 
25 7 16 M. 



NEW YORK 
D. H. M. 

2 4 49 A. 
10 9 53 A. 
18 3 35 A. 
25 7 16 M. 



It. 
M. 



CHICAGO- 

D. H. M. 

2 3 49 A. 

10 8 53 A. 

18 2 35 A. 

25 6 16 M. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS. 



LATITUDE 

Of Boston; New 
England, N. Y..rk 
Stub-, Bo. Mich., 
\\ isconsin, Iowa, 

Minn., \Vy ( ,.. < ire. 



Sun 
rises. 

H. M. 



Bun 

sets. 

H. M. 



4 8. First Sunda y in Advent. Matt. 21. * 9 h. 1 

~7~1~0 
7 11 
7 12 






Su 

M 

Tu 

\V 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



McKinlcy ord. Hav. cl.,'98 

l^2d. Jay Gould died, '92 
^^ Siege of Knox ville,'63 
9 gr. elong. E. 47° 19' 
Mozart died, 1791. 
St. Nicholas. 
Bat. Prarie Grove, Ark., '62 



II. ^M. 

Tulv' 



LATITUDE 
OfK 

New J' 

II. M IT, M H. M. 






"fa 



7 13 

7 14 
7 15 
7 10 



49. Second Sunday in Advent. Luke 21, 



4 29 
4 29 

4 28 
4 28 

4 28 
4 28 
4 28 



mora 

58 

1 5 

2 59 

4 



ay' s Length , y'h. 29_m.| 
LO 64 11117 5 i 
11 58 1117 6 



■I 34 

I 33 

1 33 

l :. 



1 1 59 
monr 

I 56 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



([ in apogee. 

6 6 Q. 6 \} C 
g||10tn. <{§C. 
&y GenT Garcia died,1898 
Edward Forrest died, 1872 

6 % <C. 6 h C 6 $ d- 

6 $J±. 






7 17 

7 18 
7 18 
7 19 
7 20 
7 21 
7 2° 



9 h. 11 m. Day 's Length, 9 h. 1 



4 28 
4 28 
4 28 
4 28 
4 28 
4 28 
4 29 



4 0< 

6 -17 
sets. 

6 2 

7 

8 



50. Third Sunday in Advent. Matt. 11. 9 h. 6 m. Day's 



L2 
13 
13 

ll 



7 
7 L5 

7 If. 
7 17 



I :: 

•1 3 I 

•I :;.. 

1 34 



6 12 

. 

■ I 

I 



15 
16 

17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 



Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 



6 ? a. 

Boston Tea Party, 1773. 

6 $ %■ 

18th. & g §. 

Battle Niagara, 1813. 
Louisiana annexed, 1803. 
St. Thomas. 



<2 
«X 
& 

o 

mr* 



7 23 



7 24 
7 25 
7 25 
7 20 
7 26 



4 29 
4 29 
•1 29 
4 30 
4 30 
4 31 
4 32 



9 4 

10 9 

11 18 
mow 

21 

1 33 

2 15 



.ength, 9 h. 16 m. 1 



7 L8 

7 is 

7 19 

7 I'M 

7 I'd 

7 21 

7 21 



I 35 

4 36 

4 36 

I ::. 



9 7 
L0 12 

ii [a 

morn 

1 31 

2 42 



51. Fourth Sunday in Advent. John 1. 9 h. 5 m. Day's Length, 9 h. 1/' m. 



22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



bu 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 



O ant. Vj. Winter begins. 
([ in perigee. 
£ in aphelion. 
gf0^2oth. Christmas Day. 
Kr~f St. Stephen. 
St. John Evangelist. 



«TCr* 


7 27 


4 32 


3 57 


1 


7 21 


1 38 


arf 


7 27 


4 33 


5 9 


1 


7 22 


1 38 


mP 


7 27 


4 33 


ii L6 





7 22 




M 1 


7 28 


4 34 


rises 


si. 


7 23 




H 


7 28 


1 35 


ii 17 





7 23 


4 40 


•=« 


7 28 


4 35 


7 27 


1 


7 23 


I 41 


<*= 


7 29 


1 36 


8 36 


1 


7 21 





29 

30 
31 



5 4 

6 12 

6 21 

Innocents. e gg 7 29 4 3 6 8 36 1 7 214 4: 

52. First Sunday after Christmas. Luke 2. 9 h. 7 m. Day 1 th, 9 h. 1 

«f 7 29 4 36 '.i !:; 2 7 21 
s# 7 29 4 37 ID 16 
& 7 30 4 3S II 46 



Su 
M 
Tu 



Gladstone born, 1809. 
Beaconsfield born, 1805. 
Battle Murfreesboro, 1862. 



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