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Full text of "Ramsey's Durham directory, for the year 1892"

J. H. SOUTHGATE. 




JAMES SOUTHGATE. 



-^IINSURANCE.I^ 

OUH MOTTO: lilBE^fllilTY, JUSTICE, SECURITY. 

Near/y $500M00,000 Capita/ and Assets Represented. 
AlAvays Call on or Write Us Before Iiisnring Elsewhere. 

YOURS TRULY, 

J SOUTHGATE & SON, 

No. 105 W. Main St., 2d Floor over Morehead Banking Co,, 

E,A.3!>d:sE:'X"'s 





1892. 

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DURHAM, N. C. 



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GEO. W. WATTS, President. J. F- SLAUSHTE-R, Jr., eashier. 

A. -H. STOKES, yice-President. LEE H. 37VTTLE, Teller. 



Geo. W. Watts, 

W H. Proctor, 

J. F. Slaughter, Jr. 



W. Duke, 
A. H. vStokes, 
A. E. Lloyd, 



S. R. Carrington, 
Samuel Kramer. 
B. N. Duke. 



J. S. Manning, 
W. A. Slaler, 



C0NDUC^g Ti GENE^HIi BLINKING BUglNESg. 

Extends every accommodation, consistent with business principles, for its 
customers, and money always to lend them at 8 per cent. Allows interest on 
deposits. We call special attention to our safety deposit boxes tor valuables, 
in 5ur five and burgjar-proof safe. 



Tl-t EDUCATOR CO., PRINT. DURHAM. N. C 






ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J^S^--^ ELLIS, STONE & CO. 

37i.3^DRY GOODS, CARPETS, iGUOTIONS,&C. 

l^'^Y" . NO. 124 WEST MAIN STREET, 

'• ^ jg^^Your trade respectfully solicited. 



Wholesale aud Retail Dealers iu all kinds of 

Parlor, 




Mm Room 



Clocks, Pictures and Mattresses a Specialty. 

limnCnTRkliyP MetalUc caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins. 
UIiUlHI rlMillO. A General line of Undertaking. 

No.s. 107-109 Corcoran .street, - - - - DURHAM, N. C. 
C.A.SI3: OIR- I is: ST .A. X^X-TvlEHSTT. 

DURHAM ALMANAC 

Will be issuer] in September and will contain ths names and 
P O. address of 500C farmers and other prominent citizens of Dur- 
Iiam and all adjoinin<:f counties, and a copy will be mailed J'ree to 
each one of these. Advertisers can be suppUed with as many 
additional copies as they may wish, with their ads on the outside 
back, at small cost. If you wish to advertise iu something that 
will pay you write for space at once. 

X, A. IIAMSEY, Publisher, 

107 E. 'Main st., Durham. N. C. 



H, c. Collection 

Library 

ULnivf^sityof N>CX 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 



AGENT 

TXT^a-sliing-toii I-iife Insrira-zice Oo., 

OF NEW YOREC. 

ASSETS, - - - $12,000,000. 

The Washington has the most desirable class of assets of any Hfe 
Company. Its policy is exceedingly liberal. For information con- 
cerning policies, or applications for agencies, address 

SAM'L L. ADAMS. 
Rooms 21-23, Wright Building, 
■• 201 West Main Street, Durham," N. C. 

T. J". L-A.1VCBE!, 

TIlB FllB ulOllllGr, AND GEiMTS FURNISHER. 
FAT AJy D LEAM MEX SUITS, 

BOOSTS .A-ISTID "S'OXJXHS SXJIXS, 

IN ¥.m^^ gaiTis T8 ¥m eyeryb0dy. 

Come to see me. 

loi East Main, Corner Mangnm Street, 

D'JRHAftfl, ^3. C. 

VV. H. N/IcCABE, ' 

i:jsraxj"j^.^^isroE. 

MOTTO : EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL. 

None But the Best Companies Represented. 

When in need of any form of Insurance call on or write to 
Yours very truly, 

W. H." MCCABE. 
Wright Building, Rooms Nos. 2-4 

PARRISH'S WAREHOUSE, 

Is the place to sell your Tobacco. The oldest Warehouse firm in 
Durham. Has sold more Tobacco for more money than any other 
Warehouse in North Carolina for the past fifteen years. 

STRICT HEADQUARTERS. 

'^[^Ii^ti'ili'ii^^illmi^ilmiii^i'ii' ^- J- PARRISH, Propriktor. 



00030733421 

FOR USE ONLY IN 
rIE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. B. BOONE;. JUNIUS PARKER. 

BOONE & PARKER, 

Mangum •Building, 2nd Floor, -Rooms No. Z and 3. 

Cor. East Main and Mangum Streets, 
DURHAM, N. C. 

"^^^^- X_i. CCOZ=EIB 6z CO., 

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•RBFE-RE/>JeES: 

First National Bank, Durham, N. C 

Hon. E. C. Reid, Prest. Nat'l, Bank, Raleigh N C 

Branch & Co., Bankers, WiLson, N. C. 

No. 23S West Main vStreet, 

DURHAM, N. C. 



NEWLY FURNISHED. 



M/iS. FANNIE PETWAY, Proprietress. 

SS.OO I^EI?, 3D.A.-5r. 

The Proprietress is fully prepared to accommodate the traveling 
public, and will spare no pains to give to all her guests such acconi- 
niodations as will please and satisfy them. 

No. Ill Church vStreet, Near the Court IIou.se, 
^^^^ DURHAM, N. C. 



J. J. MACKAY, Agent, 
Auction and Commission Merchant, 

KRAMER BUILDING, NO. 107 E. MAIN STREET, 

3D"cr2^i3:-^jM:, - _ _ nsr. c 

Consignments of nil Articles desired to be Sold at Aucti.)n 
or on Commission Solicited. 

Strict Attention paid to Business, and Prompt Returns on all 
sales. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. A. SLATER & CO., 

OTliOTBLlE:E?.S, 

Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Umbrellas, &c , 

100 JVest Main St., cor. Manguin, 

iDXT:]R£3:.^fi^:M:, asr. o. 



THE PLACE TO BUY A 




RIFLE OR PISTOL, 

OR SHELLS, mm OUTFITS, BUSE BILLS, 

TENNIS. GYMNASIUM, CUTLERY AND SPORTING SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. 

THE A. G. ALFO.iD SPORTING GOODS CO., 



WHOLESALK AND RETAIL, 



225 E. 'Baltimore Street, 



•BALTIMO-RE MT). 



Durham Machine Shop and Foundery, 

LEWIS ALBEZETTE & SON, Proprietors. 

Eiiiiines, Boiler.s, and Saw Mill Machinery of all kinds Repaired 
on short notice. Foundery and Blacksmith work of all kinds. 

Valves, Injector Lifters, Steam Guages, Water Guages and Glass; 

in short, everything kept in a first-class Machine Shop. 

Nos 216 to 222 W. Peabody st., bet. R. & D. and D. & N. Depots, 

H. J. "bass 3c eo., 

LEnFToBacco aNQ Strips. 

NG 208 MORGiiN STREET. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. A. GUTHRIE, 

Attorney at Lkw, 

OFFICE : 207 CHURCH STREET, 

DURHAM, N. C. 

eiTg DKUG STOT^E. 

R. BLACKITALL & SOIT, Proprietors, 

DEALERS l/M 

Dmp, MedMneSj BhemiedSj Bye StuEsj 

cigars, Tobacco,' Garden Seed, Perfumer}-, Soaps, Toilet Articles, etc. 
Cor. W. Main and Corcoran sts., DURHAM, N. C. 

DR. L. B. HENDERSON, 

ID E :sr T I s T _ 

OFFICE: 100 WEST MAIN. 2d FLOOR. ROOMS No. I, 2 and 3. 

Corner West Main and Mauguni S! reels, 

r) XJ E. li -A. I^ , - - KT, c. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. • 

BWMMmM M&&M SWQmE. 

T. J. GATTIS & SON, Proprietors. 

A FULL LINE OF 

FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY, ARTIST MATERIALS, 

SCHOOL. RELIGIOUS AND MISCELLANEOUS 

BOOKS CONSTANTLY IN STOCK. 

CALL AND SEE US. No. 121 East Main vStreet, 

iDXJim-A.iwa:, xsr. c. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. J. GRISWOLD, 

LIFE, FIRE, CASUALTY, SECURITY, EMPLOYER'S 
Liability, and Steam Boiler and Salary 

No. 102 West Main, 2nl> Floor, Room No. 9, 
Corner West Main and Mangum Streets, 

J. F. CORBETT, President. JNO. W. CARLTON, Vice-President. 

W. J. CHP.ISTIAN, Sec'y and Treas. 



li^b urn 

SIGN BOARD, 

DURHAM BELLE, 
C: C. C. 

SWEHT POTATO. 
DAISY GREEN. 



Manufacturers of all Grades 



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-AND- 



REBEL DURHAM. 
FAUCETT'S CLIPPINGS, 
PURE DURHAM, 

LEGAL TENDER, 
And other Brands. 



igoMijg Totoccoj 



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Nos. 204-20S Poplar Street, 

IDijirliam, - - InT. O. 



mwmm mm mwAm immi 

A SURE REMEDY FOR 

Headache, Sleeplessness, and all Nervous Affections. 

A SPEEDY RELIEF FOR 

Catarrh, Cold in tlie Mead ajsd Ilaj Fever. 

Pleasant, Convenient and Effectual. 

M.-iNUFACTURED BY 

buRHy\n NEDI^y\TEb ClQARETTE ^OMPy\NY, 

Cor. East Main and Church Streets, 2d and 3d Floors 

DURHAM.-- N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

ADVANCED, THOROUGH, SELECT, 

AND IN EVERY WAY WELL EQUIPPED. 
Twenty 'two Officers and Teachers . 

Before sending yonr daughters anywhere, send for 
catalogue. 

J AS. DINWIDDIE, M. A., Univ. of Va., 
Raleigh, N. C. Principal. 

LUCIUS GREEN. JNO, M. MOREHEAD. 

GREEN & MOREHEAD, 

Annual Capacity 4,000,000 Pounds, 

. No. 211 Morris Street, 

The Durham Recorder, 

Established in 1820 at Hillsboro, N. C. Moved to Durham in 1879. 

Having the Largest Circulation, and is the Best Advertising. 
Medium in the "Golden Belt Tobacco Section." 
E. C. HACKNEY, 
Editor and Proprietor^ 

Durham, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. S. MANNING. 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

OFFICE—Wright Building, 2d Floor, Rooms Nos. 5 and 7, 

On corner West Main and Corcoran vStreets, 

Consolidated Land and Improvement Co. 



CAPITAL STOCK $1,000-000. 



President: JULIAN .S. CARR, 

Presideut First National Bauk. Durham, N. C. 
President Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Company. 



Vice-Presidej^t : Col. A. B. ANDREWS, 

Second Vice-President Richmond & Danville Railroad. 
Vice-President Citizens National Bank Raleigh, N. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer : R. H. WRIGHT, Esq., 

Office : Room Xo. g, Wright Building, 
No. 201 West. Main, cor. Corcoran, 

DURHAM. N. C 

R. B RANEY, Proprietor. 

The climate of Raleiti,h is absolutely unsurpassed in the .South. 
Mean temperature, Dec, Jan. and Feb. .44.5. Same as Plorence, Italy. 

Rates $2.50 and $3.00 per Day. Special Weekly Rates. 




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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 

TOB^aCO, 

AND 
IN STYLES AND SIZES TO SUIT THE TRADE. 



Address, 



T. B. FULLER, Sec'y and Treas., 

Cor. Blackwell and W. Pett]>revv Sis. 




T. C. GOODSON, 
Leaf Tobacco Broker, 

ORDERS SOLICITED. 

SA TISFACTION GUARANTEED, 



C. A. W. BARHAM, 

Licensed Anctioj^eer. 

Will sell Lands, Personal Property. &c., and in all cases guar- 
aLtees thai the Highest Prices will be obtained. Also 

Auctioneer at Reams Warehouse. 

No. 200-208 West Main Street, 

iDXJ'3=£:E3:.z^ivd:, - - isr. o. 



12 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



KINCAN $c CO., 

Pork Packers, 

SELL ALL KINDS OF 

Fresh Pork Sausage, Bologna, Pigs Feet, &c., 

IN CAR LOTS OR SMALLER QUANTITIES BOXED., 



CURERS OF THE FAMOUS 

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Kiii's nn Kettle Mflerei Leal Larfl, 

English Cured Shoulders. 

Ask for KINGAN'S RELIABLE BRAND SMOKED 
MEATS, for sale by all first-class orrocers. 



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FOR THE YKAR 



18 9 2. 



WHITE AND COLORED POPULATION gI¥EN SEPARATE. 

WITH SUPPLEMENT GIVING CHURCH, vSUNDAY .SCHOOL, 
AND PUBLIC vSCHOOL STATISTICS OF THE COUNTY. 

ALSO LIST OF 

Post Offices, Magistrates and Notaries Public. 



DURHAM, N. C. : 

N. A. Ramsey, Publisher,' 

No. 107 E. Main vStrkkt. 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Fillet flatioqal Banl^ of M\m. 

Parrish Building, No. 204 Mangum Street, 
IDVLrllSLm, iT-. O. 



CAPITAL. STOCK. - - _ - ^ 150,000 

STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY, - 300,000 

DEPOSITORS' SECURITY, - - 450,000 



B A/N KI/viG l/N TVLL ITS B-R A&l e4H ES. 

Liberal inducements for deposits from Banks, Corporations, Business 
Houses and Individuals. 

Our facilities for making Collections on all points throughout the 
country' are of the best. 

All returns will be made promptly. 



PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS : 

National Bank Republic, New York City, N. Y. 
National Park Bank " " " " 

United States National Bank, New York City, N. Y. 
Manufacturers National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Merchants Bank, Danville, Va. 
■ State Bank of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 

Merchants National Bank of Richmond, Richmond, Va- 
Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Va. 
National Bank of Raleigh, N. C. 

Commercial National Bank, Charlotte, N. C. 

Our Discount rate is 8 per cent, to everybody. 

Persons depositing money and receiving certificates of deposit 
therefor running 6 or 12 months will receive interest thereon at the 
rate of 4 per cent. 

o:p:e^iodbis3 : 

J. S. CARR, President. L. D. HEARTT, Cashier. 

W. W. FULLER, Vice-President. J M WHITTED, Teller- 

J. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, J. W. Walker, E, W. Kennedy. 

\V. W. Fuller, W. R. Cooper, J. T. Mallory, Jas. A. Bryan, 
L. D. Heartt, C. S. Bryan. 



INDHX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. 
Adams, S. L., At^'t., Insurance, . . 3 
All)ezette, Lewis & Son, Founders 

and Machinists 5 

Alford, A. G., Sporting Goods Co., 5 

Banner Warehouse Co 34 

Rargamin, G. & H., Plumbing . . 28 
Barham, C. A. W., Auctioneer . . 11 
Bass, H. J. & Co.. Leaf Dealers, . . 5 
Baunigarten, \Vm., Rubber Stamps, 10 
Blacknall, R. & vSon, Druggists . . 6 
B ackvell Lu". Co-op. Tob. Co . . 16 
Boone & Parker, Lawvers .... 4 

Brown, Dr. J. jC , Dentist 43 

College Street Seminary 18 

Commonwealth Cot, Mf 'g Co . . . 47 
Cooper, W. L., Leaf Dealer .... 4 
Duke. \V. Sons &: Co., Cigarettes and 

Smoking Tobacco 21 

Dulany, W. J. C. Company . . 3 Back 

Durham Almanac 2 Back 

Durham & Northern R. R 20 



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Durham Collar and Harness Fac'ty iS 
Durham ConsoL Land and Im. Co. 9 

Durham Cotton Mf"g Co 22 

Durham Daily v'-km 

Durham Fertilizer Co 

Durham Furniture Co 2 Back 

Durham Machine Works 5 

Durham Med. Cigarette Co ... . 7 
Durham Paper Box Factory .... 40 

Durham Recorder 8 

Durham vSupply Co 4 Back 

Educator Co 48 

Fisenbrandt, H. R. & Sons, Musi- 
cal Listruments 4 I'ack 

Ellis, Stone & Co.. Dry Goods. 2 Back 

Iviucette Dur. Tob. Co 7 

Fidelity Bank r Back 

First Nat. Bank 14 

Fuller & P'uller, Lawyers 25 

Gattis, T. J. & Son, Books and Sta'y 6 
Gautschi, PL 6c Sons, Music Poxes, 24 
Golden Belt Mfg Co , Bag Mf 'rs . 11 
Goodson, T C, Leaf Dealer ... 11 
Green & IVIorehead, Leal Dealers . 8 
Griswold, W. J., Ins. and Brokerage 7 

Guthrie, W. A., Lawyer 6 

Harden, G. M. Jr., Livery .... 27 

^_^Hawes, S. H., Coal 27 

' Henderson, Dr. L. B.. Dentist. . . 6 
O Hcrndon & Bagwell, Grocers ... 25 
Oq HoUoway, J. A., Wagon Mf'r . . 27 
. Holloway, W. H., Blacksmith , . . 27 

^ Hotel Driver [ 

^-. Hotel Gladstone 26 

L-. Hutchins, J. W., Meats 25 

'Jones, G. R. &Co . Leaf Tobacco . 33 
T( nes, J. W. A Co , Dry Goods . . 29 

Jones, M H., Jeweler 31 

Kingan & 2o., Pork Packers ... 12 
Knal)e & Co., Pianos, 47 



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Kramer, .A., Leaf Tobacco . . . . 30 
Kramer, S. & Co . Cigar Mf 'rs 4 Back 

Lambe, T. J., Clothing, 3 

Lyon, K. E., Leaf Tobacco .... 31 
McCabe, W. H., Insurance .... 3 
Mackav, ]. J., Ins. and Com. Mch't "' 

Mallory Cheroot Co : 8 

Manning, J. S., Lawrer q 

Markham, H. H., Gen. Mdse . . . .'2 
Michaels & Co., Druggists .... 33 
Morris & Sons Mf 'g Co., Tob. Snuff 30 
Murray, J S., Sewing Machines . . 30 
Murray, W. R. & Co. , Sewing Ma- ' 

chines, Pianos and Organs . . 
Muse, W. H., Dry Goods .' . . . . 

News and Observer 

N. C. College A. & M. A 

North Durham Pants Factory . . . 

Norton, C H., Contractor 31 

Osborn House 3^ 

Osborn, W. H. & Co., Leaf Tobacco 33 
Oxford Orphan Asylum . . 239 and 40 

Parrish Warehouse 3 

Peace Institute 8 

Piedmont Air Line R. R 19 

Pinnix, J. T. & Co., Leaf Tobacco . 34 

Postle}-, C. T., Jeweler 37 

Proctor, W. H. , Racket Grocer . . 34 
Pugh, Thos. C. & Co., Salt Fish, &c 37 
Ramsey & Michie, Civil Engineer- 
ing and Surveying .... 3 Back 
Rawls, Q. E , Varietv vStore .... 39 
Reams, H. A , Real Es. & Ins.Brok. 28 

Rich. & Danville R. R, tq 

Rochelle, C, W., Photographer, . . 37 
Rogers, R. I., Tombstones. . 37 

Rosemond, H. M., Baker and Conf. 31 
Schloss Bros & Co., Clothing, ... 17 

Sch warts, J., Meats, 39 

Sears, A. A., Livery 45 

Shelbuni, W., Photographer ... 43 
Slater, W. A. & Co., Clothing . . . 5 
Smoot, Parrish & Co., Leaf Tob . . 40 
vSouthgate, J. & Son, Ins . . . i Back 
Stokes &. H. & Co , Leaf Tobasco. 40 

Stornonis, G., Huckster 43 

' Stvron Fence Co . 4r 

Sutton, R. M. & Co., Dry Goods . 18 
Tavlor, C. C, Stoves and Tinware, 44 
Th'axton & Patton, Gen, Mdse . . 38 
Travers, S.W. & Co., Fertilizers 3 Back 



Trinity College J 2 

Walker, Jno. B , Leaf Tobacco . . 44 

Watson, Fred A., Art Material . . 40 

Weatherspoon, W. H., Grocer . . 34 

Whitley, R. D., Jeweler 45 

Wortham, W. H., vSash, Doors, &c. 44 

Wvatt, E. F. & Son, Saddlerv, &c. 4^^ 

Wyatt, ]M. B., Grocer ....'... 36 

Yarborouuh House 9 

Yearby, W. M., Druggist 45 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



oipipioe:rs: 



JULIAN S. CARR, 

President. 
S. H. AUSTIN, Jr., 

Vice-President. 



J. A. Mcdowell, 

Treasurer. 
J. M. DUNCAN, 

Secretary. 




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ADVERTISEMENTS. 

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DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS 

'.-::-: 703 Broacway. BALTIMORE: 500. 502, 504, ^06, 508 West Balti- 
more St., 2. 4, 6, S, North Paca S rect. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



College Street Female Seminary, 

PRINCIPAL-S: Rev. T. U. FAUCETTE, Mrs. M. A. FAtTCETTE. 

AssiSTANT.s : Miss Bertha Luck. Miss Emmie D. Faucette, Miss Sue Hall. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of twenty weeks 
each. The Spring and Fall Sessions open respectively on the 
second Monday in January and August. 

The Faculty. — The corps of Teachers consists of five mem- 
bers, all of whom are especially qualified for their work. The 
Principals of the Seminary have long been regarded as being among 
the foremost educators in North Carolina, while the careful training 
and proficiency of their assistants in their respective departments 
place them deservedly in the front rank of professional teachers. 

The Location. — The Seminary is located on College street, in 
the town of Oxford, within easy access of the churches of all de- 
nominations, postoffice and other public buililings. Oxford is too 
well kuown to need any words commendatory of its healthfulness 
and the culture of its people The School Building which has just 
been completed is almost perfect in arrangements, and was built es- 
pecially for school purposes. It is situated in the most quiet and 
beautiful portion of the town and is a model among buildings of 
like character. For further information address 

Rev. T. U. FAUCETTE, Oxford, N. C. 

R. M. SUTTON & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

Dry (Jooi^s nnt) (Motions, 

33 and 35 HOPKINS PLACE, 

ba.Xj Ti:m:o:e^e], is/ljd. 

i;. D. WOODY. I'. McWILLIAMS. 

Durham Collar and Harness Factory, 

p. McWILLIAMS, Manager. 



Repairing Done on Short Notice. 

We also keep in stock a full line of Trunks, Valises and 

Turf Goods. Call and see us. 

No. 400 Mangum St., Opposite First Kaptist Church. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 19 





BBiBei ea I 



Richmoiid and Dtinville R. R. Co. 

THE SHORT AND DIRECT LINE 

FROM 

WASHINGTON, D. (J. 

I^ichmonl), Vn. 

To Atlanta and Birmingham, 

PASSING THROUGH THE CITIES OF 

Alexandria^ Charlottsvillc^ Lynchburg^ Danville^ 

Greensboro^ Reidsville^ Salisbury^ Charlotte^ 
Columbia^ Augusta^ Raleigh^ Durham^ Goldsboro^ ■ 

Spartansbiirg^ Greeni'iUe^ Seneca^ 
Gainsville^ and Athens^ 

To the South \ Southwest. 

MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS, 

SHREVEPORT, TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA. 



The Great Passenger and Freight Line of tne South, with Unsur- 
passed FaciUties for Prompt and Satisfactory Passen- 
ger and Freight Serviqe. 

Inquiries for Information should be addressed to 

SOL. HAAS, J. H. DRAKE, JAS. L. TAYLOR, 

Traffic Manager, Geu. Freight Ageut, Geu, Passenger Agent, 

Atlanta, Ga. Richmond, Va. Atlanta, Ga. 



20 ADVERTISEMENTS, 



The DuPki]] and Mlhn ?\^\\mi 

EXTENDING 42 MILES FROM 

Durham to Henderson, 

And being a part of the SEABOARD AIR LINE System. ofler» 

UNRIVALLED TRANSPORTATION FACILiT lES 

TO THE PEOPLE OF DURHAM. 
F/rst C/ass Equipment, 

Quick Schedules, 

and Atteniive Employe- s. 

Shortest and most comfortable route to all points 

KTcrtli, East, So-u-tli. and. ''^Tv^est. 

Thoroughly appointed trains tin-ough to 

Atlanta, Athens, Charlotte, Wilmington, 

Raleigh, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Richmond, 

AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. 



Close freight connections made at Portsmouth, Ya. to 

Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston end Providence. 

AND AT ATLANTA, GA. FOR 

6^. Louis, Kansas City, New Orleans, Galveston, and all Texas 

and PACIFIC POINTS. 



The increase in Traffic, both Freight and Passenger, for the i)ast 
year, furnishes ample evidence of the popularity of the Durham 
& Northp:kn Railroad among the people of Durham. 

For tickets, maps, tables, folders, and freight rates and sched- 
ules^ or further information, apply to 

R. I. CHEATHAM, Agent, 

Durham, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



21 



W DUKE^ SONS & CO., 



BRANCH OF THE 





10 





I, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 








AND 



TOBj^GGO. 

Tie Larpst Ciprei Factory li lis Worlfl, 

And Producers of the Finest Goods. 



B. N. DUKK, 1 



y Manag-ino; Directors. 



GEO. W. WATTS, J 



IX .A. 1,1. THE 



PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE WORLD. 

FACTORY; 1.318 to 332 W.PeaMySW, 



izM\s& a ^b^ ■ 



22 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. M. Odell, Presidnit.'\ [W. H. Branson, Sec. & Treas, 

Durham Cotton Manufacturing Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Fine Brown Shirting, Chambrays, i&c. 

No better Goods of this class are manufactured any 
where in this country. 



Capital Stools, $150,000. 



Spindles, - 9,448. 
Looms, - - 244. 
Hands Employed, 210. 

With an average Daily Output of from io,ooo to 
i2,ooo yards of goods. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS 

needing goods of the class manufactured b}' us would 
make no mistake in getting our samples and prices be- 
fore laying in their stock,' 
Address 

W. H. BRANSON, Sec. and Treas , 

East no-CLrliam, 1>T- O. 



ADVERTISEMENTa 23 



Durham Fertilizer Co. 

OFFICE: No. 202 Mangnm Street, 

DURHAM, = = N. C. 

Factories ; DflrMni, N. C. aM Rlctooi, ?a. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FOLLOWING BRANDS OF FERTILIZERS: 

PERUVIAN SUBSTITUTE, (Guaranteed 7 per cent. Ammonia.) 
DURHAM BULL, WITH PERUVIAN GUANO, 
DURHAM AMMONIATED FERTILIZER, 
GREAT COTTON AND CORN GROWER. 
DURHAM BULL HIGH GRADE ACID PHOSPHATE, 

The following Brands made EXPRESSLY FOR THE ALLIANCE : 

N. C. Alliance Official Guano, 

Progressive Farmer, 

N.C. Alliance Official Acid Phosphate, 

Guaranteed Lowest Prices 

Consistent with First-Class Goods. 

WRITE FOR PRICES, TERMS, ETC. 

Durham Fertilizer Company, 

S. T. MORGAN, President 

L. A. CARR, Secretary. 



24 ADVERTIvSEAIENTS. 

SWITZERLAND. E.-^tab/i^h-.i IS24. PHILAuELPHlA. 1876. 

■H. Gautschi 5l Sons, 

Manufacturers and Importers of Finest Quality of 




SIC Boxes. 



Sainte Croix, Switzerland. 




SALESROOM FOR THE UNITED STATES 
At 1030 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

THE mill iSiCiiL BOI i^'iir-'t:: zrz 

sweetest, most complete, durable and perfect Musical Boxes made, 
and any number of tunfs can be obtained for them. 

Also a complete line of all other styles and sizes from 30 cents to 
i.Soo.oo Dollars. 



t:- 



j_i3.r^3; 



:ccl2: 



-^m' rica. 



The most appropriate Wedding, Anniversary and Holiday Present. 

No INIusical Box can be guaranteed to wear well without Gautschi's 
S:ifety Tune Change and Check, patented in Switz.-.lai.d and the 
United States. Guaranteed for six years. 

Old Jtlusic Boxes repaired and improved by exp^ric.-.ccd work- 
men from the Factory in vSwitzerland, and at low rate.s. 

Headquarters for Gem and Concert Roller OrL-cirs, o; ly ir.on to 
C12.CO. Play any number of tunes as selected. Correspondence and 
examination invited. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 25 



W. W. FULLER. F. L. FULLER, 

FULLER & FULLER, 
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 

PARRISH BUILDING, 

DURHAM. - - N. C. 

HERNDON & BAGWELL, 

iiQcers and Bgiileis m Eeseral Meichandise, 

No. 103 East Main vStreet, 

If _vou wish first-class Family Groceries, or anything else in our 
line, call and see us and we will try to deal with you so you will be 
sure to come and see us ag^ain. 



J . W . H U T C H I N S , 

— AT— 

Oit3^ nviarlsat. Stall l<I'o. 1, 



HAS LAMB, MUTTON, PORK. 
All the very best. Give him a call. 

R. T. HOWERTON & BRO., 

^Manufacturers and Dealers in 

CARRIAGES. BUGGIES, CARTS. 

408 MANGUM STREET, DURHAM, X. C. 
Repairinji^ Done Neatly and Promptly. 

UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 

The largest and best sslected stock of Coffins, Caskets, Burial Cases 
Robes and Burial Outfits in the citv. 

THE BEST EMBALMING' FLUIDS. Disinfectants and De- 
odorizers used when necessary. Orders receive prompt and faithful 
attention. 



26 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

HOTELGLADSTONE. 



NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. 



On both the AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. 



CENTRx\LLY LOCATED, 

WITH EVERY CONVENIENCE. 

BEAUTIFULIvY FURNISHED. 

THOROUGHLY VENTILATED. 



ATTACHED FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 
IF*. J". :Lv£XJI^I^-A-"^", I=roprietor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G. M. HARDIN, Jr., 

UVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLES, 

North of First Bap. Church, extending from Orange st. to Rigsbee Aw, 

•DURHAM, - - N.C. 

THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY, at Reasonable Rates. 

Finest Carriages in the City. Boarding Horses a Specialty. 

Gentle teams and careful drivers. Give me a call. 

W. H. HOLLOWAY , 

COR. CHURCH AND EAST PARRISH STREET, 

Horses shod on correct principles. Thousands of horses are per- 
manently injured by bad shoeing. Having studied the anatomy of 
the horse's foot, and with many years experience, he believes he" can 
satisfy any reasonable horse owner with his work. 

He respectfully solicits a share of the public patronage. 

J\ ~. HOLLOWAY, ' ' 

Cor. Roxboro and Liberty Streets, DURHAM, N. C. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Carriages, Carts, Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Etc. 

Respectfully solicits a liberal share of the public patronage, and 
guarantees satisfaction both in style and prices. Repairing of all 
kinds done at short notice, and in the best manner, at low prices. 

Horse Shoeing at bottom figures. Terms Cash. 

S. H. HAWES, 

DEAI^ER IN 

RICHMOND, VA. 



28 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G. & A. BARGAMIN, 

RICHMOND, VA. ESTABLISHED 1817. 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

Machinists, Plumber , Gas and Steam 



DURHAM BRANCH, No. 121 East Main Street, 
S. W. HOLMAN, Manager. 

Catalogues, Price Lists, &c., furnished on application. 



H. A. REAMS, 
Real Estate and Leaf Tobacco Broker, 

No. 252 W. Peabody St., adjoining Durham & Northern Depot, 



W. R. MURRAY. F. W. FAUCETTE. 

Agents for the Light Running 

*vDomestie" Sewing Machine, 

And dealers in Needles, Oil and vSewing Mach, Parts and Attachments. 

Agents for Bicycles of the Best Makes. 
Agents for the Best Pianos and Organs Made. 

THE MALLORY 

Durham (Jheroot. (^o., 

Manufacturers of the be.st class of Cheroots. Orders solicited and 

satisfaction guaranteed. 

Factory: No. 118 We.st Parrlsh Street, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 29 



J. W. JONES & CO., 

The Leading Dry Goods House 



The attention of the Trading Public 
is respectfully called to this well es- 
taVjlished House, where anj^thing and 
everything kept in a 

FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS HOUSE 

mav be found. 



Ladies Fine Dress Gooas 

A SPECIALTY. 

There is no need of going anywhere 
else to get what you wish, as you 
always find in our stock the Very 
Latest Styles of the most beautiful 
and most fashionable goods. 

Our Stock is Kept Up, 

as we are constantly in receipt of 
ju.st such Goods as our market de- 
mands. 

Ladies Fine Shoes 

of various styles, of the best manufacturers in 
the United States, that will suit the taste and add 
greatly to the comfort of the wearer, always on 
hand. 

Also, Muslins, Ginghams, Lawns, Laces, Gloves, Ribbons, Silks, 
Satins, Ladies Underwear, Trunks, Valises, vSatchels, and anything 
you wish at prices that defy competition. 

O-^I-iI-. ./^3SriD SEE XTS. 
No Trouble to Show our Goods, whether you Buy or out. 

No. 107 West Main Street, one door west of Morehead Bank, 

tdtj:r:£3:j^tsj!l, - - isr. c. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




ALBERT KRAMER, 

Successor to WEBB &. KRAMER. 

DEALER IN 

North Carolina Bright Leaf Tobacco 
For Export and Home Trade. 

Nos. 122-124 McMannen Street, 
DURHAM, N. C. 

R. F. MORRIS & SONS MF'G CO., 

No. 212 West Peabody Street, opposite R. & D. Depot. 
DURHAM, N. C. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE CEIvEBRATED 

"'Eureka' Du? haju Sinoking Tobacco 

AND ALSO OF THE 

Ladies Delight Scotch Snuff. 

The Only SNUFF FACTORY SOUTH OF THE POTOMAC. 

7. S. MURRAY , 

AGENT FOR THE LIGHT RUNNING 

''Ndw Horns' and "Standard" Sewing l\flachines, 

Dealer in vSewing Machine Parts and Attachments, Oil, Needles, etc. 

Before buying your Machine call and see me 
At No. 1 14 West Main Street, DURHAM, N. C . 

The News, and Observer, 

RALEIGH N. C. 

The News established in 1871. 1 Consolidated in 1880. 
The Observer established in 1876. I S. A. ASHE, Editor 

The Leading Democratic Paper In North Carolina. 

The "Old Reliable," never varies, never flinches, never flags, 

We ask the support of every Democrat in the State. 

Price of Daily, per month, | 50 

Price of Weekly, per year, i 25 Send for specimen copy. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 31 



M. H. JONES, 



Dealer in Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, Solid Silver 
and Gold Plated Ware, &c. 

Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. 
No. Ill East Main Street, - - - DURHAM, N. C, 



R. E. LYON, 
LEAF TOBACCO BROKER, 

HANDLES EXCLUSIVELY NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA 
WRAPPERvS, SMOKERS AND FILLERS. 

REFERENCES : 

Jl'. Duke, Sons & Co., Durham, JV. C 
/•'hsi JS'ational Bank, Durham, .V. C. 
L\on c^ Wilson, Danrille, l^a. 

H. M. ROSEMOND, 
No. 124: East Main Street, DURHAM, N. C. 

Alwavs in stock a fine line of the best and freshest 

CONFECTIONERIES, FRUITS, &o. 

We have in season the Celebrated HILLSBORO SODA WATER, 
which is unequalled in excellence and purity, and delicious ICE 
CREAM. The Finest Baker's Bread, Cakes, Pies, &c. are 
turned out throughout the day at our 

and kept in stock and delivered to any part of the city. 

C. H. NORTON, 



First- Class IVork Done and Satisfactio7i Guaranteed. 

Correspondence respectfully solicited. 
Ko 302 Qhavd Hill Street, DURHAM, N. C 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H. H. MARKHAM, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

hunl Morshnili 

COR- WEST MAIN AND MANGUM STREETvS, 

Von need not go- North to get what }'oii waiit as we 
can supply \-ou with your 

Dry Goods, Groceries, 

Agricultural Implements, 

and ANYTHING ELSE you. may need as we keep 
constantly in stock 

Hardware, • Crocker>', Wood, Willow, 

Guns, Pistols, Powder, Tin and Glassware, 

Shot, Fuse, Building and Painting Material 

Carpenters and Painters Supplies, 

Reapers, Mowers, Plows, 

Cultivators, Hoes, Spades, 

Manure and Hav Forks. Also 



Notions, 




Shoes, 




Snuff, 


Hosiery, 




Oil cloth. 




Sugar, 


Underwear, 




Matting, 




Molasses, 


Hats, 




Tobacco, 




Bacon, 




&c. 


&c.. 


&c. 





If vou don't see what yon want, ask for it, and 
vou'll be sure to get it. 

g@°^ CALL AND SEE US. =^a 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 33 



MICHAELS & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



Prescriptions promptly and carefully filled at all hours. 

Nos, 100-102 East Main Street, cor Maugum, 



W. H. OSBORN & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

XjE^F TOB^aCO, 

NO. 206 WATKINS STREET, 

OSBORN HOUSJE^ 

OXFORD, N. C. 



C. D. OSBORN, Proprietor. 



8®" If you wish to feel at home whenever you go to Oxford, don't 
fail to go to the Osborn House. 

G. R, JONES & CO., 



NO. 601 MANGUM STREET, 
a®"Orders solicited. 



34 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. D. Williams. John T. Lea. C. G. Mitchell. 

Banner Warehouse Company, 

For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco. 
WILLIAMS, LEA, MITCHELL & CO., Proprietors. 

NOS. 214-230 WEvST MAIN .STREET, 

DURHAM, N. C. 

References : High Prices. Fair Dealing. 
Cash Reference : Fidelitv Bank. 



TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 23, 

W. H. PROCTOR, Ppoprietor. 

Always in stock everything in the line of Heavy and Fancy Groce- 
ries. We make a specialty of Fine Brands of Flour, Canned 
Goods, Fruits. Confectioneries, Snuff, Tobacco and Fine 
Cigars. Also Country Produce. 

Goods promptly delivered Free of Charge. Call and see me, please, 
or send your orders to 

No. 206 Mangum st., cor. E. Parrish st., op. Parrish Warehouse. 

DURHAM, - - N. C. 

J. T. PINNIX & CO., 

Leaf Tobacco Brokers, 

no no WATKINS STREET, COR. FOSTER, 
8^*"Ample facilities for steam or air drying. 

W. H. WEATHERSPOON, 

—DEALER IN — 

FIRST-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES, 

CANNED GOODvS, FINE BRANDS FLOUR, SNUFF, CIGARvS, 

TOBACCO, FRUITS, CONFECTIONERIES, &c.. &c, 

At Lowest Cash Prices. Call and see me at 

No. 100 Chapel Hill St., at Junction of W. Pettigre wSt. , 

DURHAM, N- C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 35 

THE NORTH CAROLINA 

COLLEGE OE IIGIIICllLTllllE AND MECHIINIC IIBTS, 



THIS COLLEGE was founded to train young men in 
Scientific and Practical Agriculture, and in Me- 
chanics and Mechanical Engineering, and to give them 
along with their Technical Training, such General In- 
struction as every citizen needs. It, therefore, offers 
©nly two courses of study, the Agricultural and the 
Mechanical, but, in each of these courses there are 
included 

MATHEMATICS, CHEMISTRY, HISTORY , 

ENGLISH AND BOOK-KEEPING . 

The Board of Trustees is sparing no efforts to equip 
the College thoroughly. 

The Agricultural, Horticuliural and Chemical Departments 

are furnished with the best and most modern appliances. 

THE MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT 

already has its wood and iron shops thoroughly equip- 
ped, and is adding regularly to this equipment. 

The growing demand for skilled men in Agriculture, 
in Trucking, in Grape-growing, in Agricultural Chem- 
istry, in Engineering, Mechanical, Electrical and Civil, 
makes such an Education as the College offers, not only 
intellectually useful, but at once remunerative. 

For further information address 

ALEXANDER Q. HOLLADAY, Prest 

Raleeigh, N. C. 



36 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M. B. WYATT, 

Whoi^esale and Retail Dealer in 

Heavy --- Fancy Groceries 

Of the Highest Standard, and at the Lowest Possible Prices. 

We are determined at all times to keep the very best goods in stock 
and as we buy for Cash, and in large lots. 

We Can Afford to, and Will Sell 

whatever you ma)- wish in our line as low, if not lower, than any 



other House in North Carolina. 






Sugars, 


Lard, 


Cakes, 


Salt Fish, 


Coffees, 


Salt, 


Butter, 


Ship Stuff, 


Teas, 


Can' d goods, 


Cheese, 


Bran, 


Spices, 


Preserves, 


Tobacco, 


Corn, 


Sauces, 


Pickles, 


Cigars, 


Wheat, 


Bacon, 


Crackers, 


Snuff, 


Hay. 



THE FINEST BRANDS OF 

Bolted Meal and Superlative Family Flour 

known to the trade. In fact, anything and everything you may wish 
at bottom prices, can be had at our store. 
Call and see us and be Convinced. 

No. 203 West Main Street, 

Wright Buildings next door east of Post Office^ 
Phone No. 40. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 37 



CHAS. T. POSTLEY, 

[ESTABLISHED 1 875.] 

WaTCHMHKER * HMD ♦ ^^WBLER, 

Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, &c. 

NO. 125 E. MAIN STREET, DURHAM, N. C. 
Third door west of Church Street. 



THOS. C. PUGH & CO., 

No. 113 South Street. - - - B ULTIMO RE. MD. 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Salt Fish, Cheese, Butter, &c. 

First-class goods, and sold on a close margin. When visiting the 
city call and see us, or send us your orders, which shall have our 
prompt attention. 

ROBERT I. ROGERS & CO., 

PROPRIETORS 

DURHAM MARBLE ana BROWll STONE WORKS 

Dealers in Monuments, Tombstones, Tablets, &c. 

Correspondence Solicited and Estimates Furnished. 
BRANCH YARD AT OXFORD. N. C. 

No. 219 W. Main Street, - DURHAM, N. C. 

C. W. ROCHELLE,' 



No. 112 West Main Street, 2nd Floor, 

DURHAM. N. C. 

Photography in all its different branches well executed and splen- 
didly finished. Styles unsurpassed and general workmanship unex- 
celled. 

PRICES SATISFACTORY. 



T,S ADVERTISEMENTS. 

9 £9 



JOBS AND BARGAINS IN 



CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. 
No. 109 East Main Street — Kramer Block", 

J. J. THAXTON. J. R. PATTON. 

THAXTON & PATTON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

DRY GOODS, HATS, SHOES, GROCERIES 

TIN WARE, TOBACCO, SNUFF, 

CIGARS, SHIP STUFF, BRAN, 

CORN, OATS, HAY, 

and everything else needed by the public. 



We buy our goods for Cash and consequently CAN, 
AND WILL sell them as close as any other first-class 
house in North Carolina, 



Call and see us and be convinced of the truth of our statement at 

JVo. 116 West Main Street, 

DURHAM, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 39 

Q. E. RAWLS. 

New York Cash Store. 

M). 119 East Main Street, 
IDTTK^HIJ^Lnvr, - - IST. o. 

DRY GOODS, 

NOTIONS, 

SHOES, 

HATS, ^C. 

This old established house is a Leader in Durham. It is the place 
of all others to get the most goods for the least money. 

Call and see us, and if you don't see what you wish, ask for it, as 
almost anything can be had at 

Raiuls New York Cash Store. 
ALWAYS BUY THE BEST. 



J". SCH:"V7"Jk.I^T2:, 

DEALER IX 

Clioige Fresli Meats and Sausap. 

MANUFACTURED WITH THE GREATEST CARE. 

Wholes.vle and Retail Trade Respectfully Solicited. 
Remember you get the vsry best at 

Stall ISTo. 3, City- I^arl^iet, 

Cor, Church and Peabody Streets, 



40 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

A. H. SMOOT. W. L. PARRISH. 

SMOOT, PARRISH&CO 
IjEJLin TOBJ^COO, 

NO. 200 WATKINS STREET, 

DURHAM, N. C. 

Buy on order. Large contracts taken. Samples sent when desired. 
Ample re-drying facilities. Satisfaction guaranteed, 

A. H. STOKES & CO., 

Dealers in all Classes of 

North Carolina Tobaccos. 

No. 114 West Parrish Street 
FRED. A. WATSON, 

MANUFAOTUBEB OF 

PIGTUIE FRAMES, WINDOW SHADES AND CORNICES, 

Dealer in Eirst- Class Artist Materials 

ana Novelties for Decorating. 

S^'Ordere for anything in my line will have prompt personal 
attention and the advantage of lowest current rates. 

No 112 Faykttevii^le Street, - RALEIGH, N. C. 

Durham Paper Box Manufactory. 

JNO C. ROGERS, Proprietor, 

All sizes and styles of Boxes made on the shortest 
notice and at the lowest prices. Call and see me or send 
your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed. 

NO. 120 WEST MAIN STREET, 2ND FLOOR. 

DURHAM, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



41 



Tlie St37-roii IFence Co., 

No. 139 Water and 20 Nivison Streets, Norfolk, Va. 
Manufacturers of STYRON FENCE AND GATES, 

7\nd the Celebrated C. ©. POLI LT-Ry FE/MCES, 

and dealers in Red Cedar Posts, Fence Supplies, &c. 
Send for circnlars and price list. 




DESCRIPTION. — The Styron Fence is composed of Wnlte Cedar Pickets, and 
Galvanized Bessemer Steel Fence Wire. The pickets are woven between wire.<as 
shown in above cut. The wires beginning 3 inches from the bottom and run 
everyio inches apart to within 3 inches of the top. The pickets are spear point- 
ed. The fence is manufactured in rolls 50, 75 and 100 lineal feet and weighs from 
125 to zsolbs. per roll. On a 4ft fence there are 5 cables, of twq wires each, which 
gives the fence a resistance of about 8,050 lbs. 

Dr. J. t,. WATKINS, Agent, Durham, N. C 



42 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 










TtiE Main BciiLbiNQ^or Trinity Qolleqe. 

AT bURhnn, North Carolina. 

THE FINEST COLLEGE BUILDING IN THE STATE. 

Six departments of instruction, each in chart^e of specialists. 

I > Department of Philosoph}' and Letters, leading to A. B. degree. 

2) Scientific Department, leading to B. S. 

3) Theological Department, leading to B. D. 

4) Law Department, leading to LL. D. 

5) Technical Department, leading to three engineering degrees. 
vSchool of Pharmacy. 

6) Department of History, Political and vSocial Science, leading to 

Ph. B. 
School of P'inance and PvConomy for higher education of business 
men, leading to Ph. B. 

Catalogue or special i)ulletins relating to any department sent free 
on application to the president. 

JOHN FRANKLIN CROWELL, 

President. 



k 






ADVERTISEMENTS. 43 



E. F. WYATT & SON, 

Leading Mamifactiirers aud Dealers in 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
FIRST-CLASS BUGGIES, CARRIAGES and ROAD CARTS 

always kept in stock. The best goods at lowest prices for Cash. 

Repairing promptly done and satisfation guaranteed. Call and see us. 

No. 1 20 West Main Street, - - DITRHAM, N. C. 



Photographic Parlor 

— -OF — 

■\^r. sHiiELBTJiE^nsr, 

Zs/dZain. Street, IDuirlaam, 3Sr, O. 

ALL WORK finished with greatest care, and satisfaction guaranteed. 
I am also prepared to do outside work (Viewing) of any kind, 
having supplied myself with best instruments for this brancli of the 
business. Write or Ask for Prices. A large and assorted stock 
of Frames on hand always. ENLARGING WORK A SPECIALTY. 
Str-a-ngers Welcome. 

No. iii;4 Main street, 2nd Floor, - DURHAM. N. C. 

Offers his services in all departments of Dentistry to the public. 
"Without Good Teeth there cannot be thorough luastication. 
Without thorough mastication there cannot be perfect dio'estioii. 
Without perfect digestion there cannot be proper assimilation. 
Without proper assimilation there cannot be nutrition. 
Without nutrition there cannot be health. 
Without health what is LIFE ? 
Hence the paramount importance of the Teeth." 

(Children's Teeth a specialty.) 

a-. sTOK^isroi^is, 

STALL No. 9, CITY MARKET. 

In Stock : Canned Goods, Cured Meat, Confectioneries, d-c. 

ALL KINDS VEGETABLES IN. SEASON. 
Fresh Country Butter and Poultry a Specialty. 
GIVE ME A CALL. 



44 ADVERTISEMENTS. • 



C. C. TAYLOR, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, 



AND DEALER IN 



Gofllii aM Heatii Sto? es, Hollow ware, &c, 

Roofing and Guttering done at short notice and in 
the most improved workmanlike manner. 

The best made anywhere and at prices that def}' 

competition. 

NO. 115 EAST MAIN STREET, 



NO. Ill PINE STREET, 

DURHAM, - - N . C . 

Prompt attention given to all orders. Many years experience enables 
nie to guarantee entire satisfaction. 

W. H. WORTHAM, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

SASH, DOO-RS, BLIMDS, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

We carr}- a complete stock of Rough and Dressed Lumber, and can 
fill orders for an}' kind or quality promptly. 

Cor. East Pettigrew and Ramsey Streets, - DURHAM, N. C. 



. ADVERTISEMENTS. 45 



DEALER IN 
FINE i- mihM -f 600Dg V 4C. 

Prescriptions filled with the greatest care. Pure and Fresh 

Goods always in stock. Call and see me at 

No 123 East Main Street. - DURHAM, N. C. 

R. D. WHITLEY, 

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, 

JVb. 203 Fast Main Street, 
JDTJ':^TZ.^^'L/L, - - - 3sr. c 

All my work is warranted to give satisfaction. A share of public 
patronage is solicited. f^f- 

A. A. SEARa 
Livery, Sale and Exchange Stable, 

FIRST-CLASS VEHICLES FOR HIRE, DAY OR NIGHT. 
J<ro. 232 If. Main St., DURHAM. M. C. 

THE NORTH DURHAM 

PANTS FACTORY. 

WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERvS OF 

Cheap Pants, Coats and Suspenders. 

No- ii8 West Maix Street, 2nd Fi.oor, 



46 



ADVERTISEMENTS. . 



T la: E 



Durham DaiLY guN. 



EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT SUNDAY. 



ONE YEAR $4.00; ONE MONTH, 35 CTS. 




BRIGHT 

AND 
CRISP 

IN ITS 

NEWS. 



(OLD HURRYGRAPH.) 

JAS. A. ROBINSON, Editor. 



LARGE TOWN CIRCULATION. 

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GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Thomas M. Holt, of Alamance county, Governor, sal- 
ary $3,000 and furnished house, fuel and lights. 

Lieutenenant Governor and President of 

the Senate. Vacant owing to the death of Daniel G. 
Fowle, late Governor. 

Octavius Coke, Wake county. Secretary of State, sal- 
ary $2,000, and $1,000 for extra clerical assistance. 

G. W. Sanderlin, of Wayne county, Auditor, salary 
$1,500, and 1,000 for extra clerical assistance. 

Donald W. Bain, of Wake county, Treasurer, salary- 
$3,000. 

Sidney M. Finger, of Catawba county. Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction, salary $1,500, and $500 per 
annum for travelling expenses. 

Theodore F. Davidson, of Buncombe county, Attor- 
ney General, salary $1 , 000. Reporter to Supreme Court, 
salary $1,000, and $750 for clerical assistance. 

Jas. D. Glenn, of Guilford county. Adjutant General, 
salary $600. 

J. C. Birdsong, Wake county, State Librarian, salary 

$1,000. 

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

Poindexter W. Capehart, of Vance county. Executive 
Clerk, salar>^ $600. 

W. P. Batchelor, Wake county. Chief Clerk to Secre- 
tary of State, salary $1,000. 

j, D. Boushall, Camden county. Chief clerk to Audi- 
tor, salary $1,000. 

H. M. Cowan, Chatham county, Chief Clerk to Treas- 
urer, salary $1,500. 



50 APPENDIX 



Ernest B. Bain, of Wake county, Teller of the Treas- 
ury Department, salary $750. 

R. L. Burkhead, of Wayne county. Clerk for Charita- 
ble and Penal Institutions, salary $1,000. 

C. M. Roberts, Vance county, Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Buildings and Grounds, salary $850. 

governor's council. 

The Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer and Super- 
intendent of Public Instruction. 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretarv of 
State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superintendent of Public In- 
stniction and Attorney General constitute the State Board 
of Education. 



PUBLIC WORKS AND INSTITUTIONS IN 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Located at Raleigh, in a building especially arranged 
for the purpose, iuiniediately north of Capitol square.^ 

State Board of Agriculture— Qo\. W. F. Green, Chair- 
man, 4th District; W. R. Williams, Esq., Master of the 
State Grange Patrons of Husbandry; J. B. Coffield, Esq., 
ist Congressional District; W. R. Capehart, 2nd Con- 
gressional District; W. E. Stevens, Esq., 3d Congres- 
sional District; J. S. Murrow, Esq., 5th Congressional 
District;;. F. Payne, Esq., 6th Congressional District; 
Hon. A. Leazer, 7th Congressional District; S. L. Pat- 
terson, Esq., 8th Congressional District; Dr. C. D. Smith, 
9th Congressional District. 

Executive Committee.— QoX. W. F. Green, J. F. Pa^-ne, 
Dr. W. R. Capehart. 

^ Finance Committee. — A. Leazer, W. R. Williams, W. 
E. Stevens, Esq. 

Officers. — Col. John Robinson, Commissioner, salary 
$2,000; T. K. Brunei-, Secretary, salary $1,300; H. B. 
Battle, Ph. D., Chemist and Director of the Experiment 
Station, salary $2,500. 



APPENDIX. 51 



N. C. AGRICULTURx\L EXPERIMENT AND 
FERTILIZER CONTROL STATION, 

RALEIGH, N. C. \ 

The officers of the Station are : H. B. Battle, Ph. D., 
Director and State Chemist; F. E. Emery, B. S., Agri- 
cnltnrist; Gerald McCarthy, B. Sc, Botanist and Acting 
Etomologist; W. F. Massey, C. E., Horticnlturist; C. E. 
Von Herrmann, Meteorologist; B. W. Kilgore, B. S., 
Assistant Chemist; F. B. Carpenter, B. S., Assistant 
Chemist; T. L. Blalock, B. S., Assistant Chemist; J. S. 
Meng, B. S., Assistant Chemist; Alexander Rhodes, As- 
ssistant Horticnltnrist; S. L. Cunninggim, A. B., Secre- 
tary. 

Office and Laboraties in Agricnltnral Bnilding, Ral- 
eigh. Farm, Stable, Plant House, and Dairy adjoin 
State Fair Grounds, Visitors cordially welcomed. Cor- 
respondence on all agricultural subjects invited. 



N C. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 
MECHANIC ARTS. 

Board of Trustees.— V^\ S. Primrose, President of 
Board; W. F. Green, S. B. Alexander, Henry E. Fries, 
N. B. Broughton, A. Leazer, J. B. Coffield, W. R. Wil- 
liams, C. D. Smith, S. L. Patterson, W. R. Capehart, 
J. F. Payne, J. S. Murrow, W. E. Stevens, Elias Carr. 

Executive Committee. — W. S. Primrose, W. F. Green, 
S. B. Alexander, Henry E. Fries, N. B. Broughton, A. 
Leazar. 

Finance Committee. — N. B. Broughton, Chairman; 
Elias CaiT, A. Leazar. 

C>/?V^n?.— President, Prcf. Alexander Holladay, for- 
merlv of Mecklenburg county, N. C, but at time of 
election President of the Florida Agricultural College, 
salary $2,300; Professor of Agriculture, Live Stock and 
Dairying, Jos. R. Chamberlain, (Cornell University), 
late of the N. C. State Experiment Station, salary $2, - 
000; Professor of Horticulture, Arboriculture and Botany, 
Prof. W. F. Massey, late Professor of Agriculture and 
Live Stock in the'Millers Manual Training School of 
Virginia, salary $t,ooo; Professor of Chemistry, Pure 



52 APPENDIX. 



and Agricultural, W. A. Withers, B. A. and A. M., sal- 
ary- $i,8oo; Professor of English, Prof. D. H. Hill, Jr., 
late Professor of English in the Mil. and Agricultural 
College of Middle Georgia, salar\- $i,8oo; Professor of 
Practical Mechanics and Mathematics, Prof. J. H. Kin- 
ealy, D. E. , (Washington University), late Professor of 
Civil Engineering and Physics in the Agricultural Col- 
lege of Texas, salar}^ |i, 800; Assistants in Mechanics, 
Chas. M. Pritchett and Chas. H. Park; Superintendent 
of Fanns and Gardens, B. S. Skinner, of Perquimans 
county, salary $800 and a house; Steward, J. N. Hub- 
bard, Wake county, $800, lodging and board; Matron, 
Mrs. Sue C. Carroll, of Sampson count)-, salary $360, 
lodging and board. 



NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Oy/rrr^.— President, R, H. Battle, Raleigh, Wake 
county. Vice Presidents : (Permanent) — Hon. Kemp 
P. Battle, Orange; Hon. R. H. Smitl:, Halifax; Gov. 
T. M. Holt, Alamance; W. G. Upchurch, Wake. Sec- 
retary: Eugene C. Beddingfield. 

State at Large.. — S. B. Alexander, Mecklenburg; B. 
M. Collins, Warren; A. M. Scales, Guilford ; A. T. Mial, 
Wake, G. W. Sanderlin, Wayne; H. E. Fries, Forsyth; 
R. P. Rheinhart, Catawba; Chas. M. McDonald, Cabar- 
rus; Dr. A. G. Foust, Alamance; J. A. May, Haywood. 
The Presidents of all County Fairs. 

Judicial Districts. — ist, W. S. Carter; 2nd, W. R. 
Capehart; 3d, Thos. J: King; 4th, Dan'l Stewart; 5th, 
J. Van Lindley; 6th, G. Z. French; 7th, W. T. Jones; 
8th, S. Harris; 9th, R. L. Fox; loth, J. W. Wilson; nth, 
J. G. Hall; 12th, Wm. Beale. 



OFFICERS OF THE STATE PENITENTIARY. 

W. J. Hicks, Architect and Warden, salary- $2,200; 
J. M. Fleming, Deputy Warden, salar}- $1,100; Dr. J. 
W. McGee, Physician, salary- $1,000 ; D. C. Murray, 
Steward, salar>- $1,100 ; Joseph J. Bernard, Book-keeper, 
salary-, $800. 

Board of Diri-xtors. — P. F. Faison, Raleigh, Pres- 



APPENDIX. 53 



ident, salary $500 ; C. C. Clark, Newberii, Vice-Presi- 
dent, salary $500 ; H. B. Adams, Noiiroe, Director, sal- 
ary, $500 ; T. L. Emery, Weldon, Director, salary $500; 
L?ee S. Overman, Salisbury', salary $500. 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

(Chartered 1789. Opened 1795.) 

Located in Chapel Hill, 28 miles N. W. from Raleigh. 
Is non-political and non-sectarian. Gives free tnition 
to sons of all ministers and to candidates for the minis- 
try. Loans and scolarships for needy yonng men of tal- 
ent and character. Offers fonr general courses of study 
with wide ranges of electives, also special courses in law, 
medicine and engineering, and an unlimited number of 
optional courses. 

His Excellency Thos. M. Holt, Chairman of the Board 
of Trustees. 

Hon. Richard H. Battle, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Faculty. — George Tayloe, Winston, A. M., LL. D., 
President; Kemp Plummer Pattle, A. M., LL. D., Pro- 
fessor of History ; Francis Preston Venable, Ph. D., F. 
C. S. Professor of Chemistry ; Joseph Austin Holmes, B. 
S., F. G. S. A., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy; 
Joshua Walker Gore, C. E. , Professor of Natural Phil- 
osophy; John Manning, LL. D., Professor of Law; 
Thomas Hume, D. D., LL. D. , Professor of the English 
Language and Literature; Walter D. Toy, M. A., Pro- 
fessor of Modern Languages; Eben Alexander, Ph. D. 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature; Wil- 
liam Cain, C. E., Professor of Mathematics and Engi- 
neering; Richard H. Whitehead, M. D., Professor of 
Anatomy, Materia Medica and Physiology; Henry Hor- 
ace Williams, A. M., B. D., Professor of Philosophy; 
Henry V. Wilson, A. M. , Ph. D. , Professor of Biology ; 
Karl P. Harrington, A. M. , Professor of the Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature; Howard B. Shaw, A. B., B. C. E. , 
Instructor in Mathematics; Hunter Harris, B. S., In- 
structor in Mineralogy; Charles Baskerville, Instructor 
in Chemistrv. 



54 APPENDIX. 



THE N. C. INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF 
AND DUMB AND BLIND. 

The North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and 
Dnnib and the Blind is located at Raleigh. 

Officers. — W. J. Yonng, Principal, salary $i,8oo; 
Drs. E. Bnrke Haywood and Hubert Haywood, of 
Raleigh, Physicians, salary $600; John G. B. Grimes, 
Steward, salary $900 and board; D. W. Bain, cx-officio 
Treasurer. 

Board of Directors. — R. S. Tucker, President; B. 
F. Park, C. D. Heartt, John R. Williams, L. D. Ste- 
venson, Rev. Baylus Cade, James A. Briggs. 



NORTH CAROLINA INSANE ASYLUM. 

Situated in the vicinity of Raleigh, and will accom- 
modate 300 patients. 

Board of Directors. — Col. J. S. Amis, Granville 
county. President; Richard H. Smith, Esq., Halifax 
county; Dr. George A. Foote, Warren county; Capt. J. 
B. Burwell, Wake county; Capt. J. D. Briggs, Martin 
county; Dr. George L. Kirby, Wayne county; Maj. J. 
B. Broadfoot, Cumberland county; Dr. John McCor- 
mick, Harnett county; B. F. Boykin, Esq., Sampson 
county. 

Members of the Board receive $4 per day while in 
session, and mileage to and from their homes.- 

Officers. — Hon. D. W. Bain, Treasurer ex officio. 
W. T. Smith, Esq., Keeper of Records, salary $100. 

Resident Officers. — Dr. William R. Wood, Super- 
intendent, salai-y $2,800; Dr. Francis T. Fuller, First 
Assistant Physician, salary $1,650; Dr. William H. 
Cobb, Jr. Second Assistant Physician, salary $1,000; Wm. 
R. Crawford, Jr. Steward, salary $1,200; Mrs. O. B. 
Sanders, Matron, salary $600. 



THE STATE HOSPITAL, MORGANTON. 

Board of Directors. — James P. Sawyer, Buncombe 
county, President of Board. 

Directors. — Maj. J. W. Wilson, Burke county; I. I. 



APPENDIX. 55 



Davis, Esq., Burke county; Joseph P. Caldwell, Esq., 
Iredell county; J. G. Hall, Esq., Catawba county; Jas. 
P. Sawyer, Buncombe county; Joseph C Mills, Burke 
countv; Dr. H. T. Bahnson, Forsyth county; Dr. Geo. 
H. P. Cole, Henderson county; Gen. E. R. Hampton, 
Jackson county; G. W. F. Harper, Cleveland county. 

Officers. — P. L. Murphy, M. D., Superintenc'e.it, 
salary $2,800; W. P. Ivey, M. D., Assistant Physician, 
salary $1,200; Isaac M. Taylor, M. D., Assistant Phy- 
sician, salary $1,200; F. ]\I. Scroggs, Steward, salary 
$1,000; Mrs. C. A. Marsh, Matron, salary $550. 



EASTERN HOSPITAL, GOLDSBORO. 

J. F. Miller, M. D., Superintendent, salary $2,000, 
furnished house and board of horse ;W. W. Faison, M. D., 
Assistant Physician and Druggist, salary $900, board of 
self, wife, two children, servant and horse; Daniel Reid, 
Steward, salary $400 and board of self and horse; Mrs. 
E. J. A. Smith, Matron, salary $300 and board of self 
and child; John W. Wilson, Engineer, salary $300, 
house, fuel and lights; Mrs. Victoria Bryon, seamstress, 
.'alary $150 and board of self and child;. John Pate, 
Watchman, salaiy $250; Mr. B. Smith, salar\- $200 and 
board. 

Directors. — Dr. J. W. Vick, Johnston county, 
Chairman; I. S. D. Sauls and L. H. Castex, Wayne 
county; J. L. McLaen, Robeson county. 

Executive Committee. — M. M. Katz, New Hano- 
ver county; W. F. Rountree, Craven county; Theoph- 
ilus Edwards, Greene county; Dr. N. M. Culbreth, Co- 
lumbus county; H. E. Dillon, Lenoir county. 



BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. 

John C. Scarbc rough, Johrston county, Commission- 
er, salary $1,500; W. S. Harris, Franklin county, clerk, 
salar}' $1,000. Office in the Agricultural Building, 
Raleigh. 

N. C. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Jos. A. Holmes, State Geologist ; H. B. C. Nitze, 



56 APPENDIX. 



Assistant State Geologist ; H. L. Harris, Clerk and 
Special Assistant. 

General offices of the Survey, Raleigh, N. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF RAILROAD 
COMMISSIONERS. 

Commissioners.— J. W. Wilson, Burke county. Chair- 
man, term expires April, 1893; E. C. Beddingfield, 
Wake county, term expires April, 1897; T. W. Mason, 
Northampton county, term expires April, 1895; salary 
$2,000 each; H. C. Brown, Surry county, clerk, salary 
$1,200. 

Special session of the court are held at Raleigh and 
at such times as the chairman may direct. 

Offices of the Commissioners are located in the Agri- 
cultural Building". 



MEDICAL BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF N. C. 

Elected every six years by the Medical Fraternity. 
The members receive $4 per day during the time of their 
session and their traveling expences to and from their 
places of meeting by the most direct route from their 
respective -places of residence. 

Board. — Dr. W. H. Whitehead, of Battleboro, Pres- 
ident, and Examiner in Surgery ; Dr. L. J. Picot, Lit- 
tleton, Secretary, and Examiner in Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics ; Dr. George Gillett Thomas,, of Wilming- 
ton, Examiner in Chemistry; Dr. George W. Long, 
Graham, Examiner in Practice of Medicine, &c. ; Dr. 
George W. Purefoy, Asheville, Examiner in Obstetrics 
and Gynaecology; Dr. Robert S. Young, Concord, An- 
atomy; Dr. R. L. Payne, Jr., Lexington, Physiology, 
&c. Elected for six years: Drs. L. J. Picot, W. H. 
W^hitehead and Geo. W. Long; for four years: Drs. R. 
S. Young and George Gillett Thomas; for two years: 
Drs. R. L. Payne, Jr. , and George W. Purefo}-. . 



APPENDIX. 57 



N. C. REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 

Senate— Zebulon B. Vance, of Mecklenburg; re- 
elected; term expires March 4th, 1897. 

Matt. W. Ransom, of Northampton; re-elected; term 
expires March 4th, 1895. 

House of Representatives — ist District, W. A. 
B. Branch. 2nd District, H. P. Cheatham. 3d Dis- 
trict, B. F. Grady. 4th District, Benj. H. Bunn. 5th 
District, A. H. A. Williams. 6th District, S. B. Alex- 
ander. 7th District, J. S. Henderson. 8th District, 
W. H. H. Cowles. 9th District, W. T. Crawford. 



CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Oliver P. Meares, Wilmington, Judge. 

H. B. Carter, Asheville, Judge. 

Benj. R. Moore, Wilmington, Solicitor. 

John E. Brown, Charlotte, Solicitor. 

E. D. Carter, Asheville, Solicitor. 

W. R. French, Wilmington, Clerk. 

J. R. Robertson, Charlotte, Clerk. 

J. R. Patterson, Asheville, Clerk. 

New Hanover— Jany 4th, March 21st, May i6th,, Julv 
1 8th, Sept. 19th, Nov. 21st. 

Buncombe— Jan. 25th, April 25th, July 25th, Oct. 
24th. 

The Criminal Court of Buncombe is not a Circuit 
Court, simply being a court for Buncombe County, hav- 
ing its own Judge. 

Mecklenburg— Feb. 8, April nth, Aug. ist, Oct. 10, 
Dec. 15th. 



SUPREME COURT. 

Augustus S. Merrimon, of Wake, Chief Justice; Jos. 
J. Davis, of Franklin; Walter Clark, of Wake; A. C. 
Avery, Burke; J. E. Shepherd, Beaufort; Associate Jus- 
tices. Salaries of Chief Justice and Associate Justices 
$2,500. 

Theodore F. Davidson, Reporter, Salary $1,000. 

Thos. S. Kenan, Clerk, salary $300 and fees. 



58 APPE^NDIX. 



R. H. Bradley, Marshal and Librarian, salary $i,ooo. 

Supreme Court meets in Raleigh the first Monday in 
Februar}' and last Monday in Sept., 1892. 

spring Term — ist District, Feb. ist;2d District, Feb. 
8th; 3d District, Feb. 15th; 4th District, Feb. 22nd; 5th 
District, Feb. 29th; 6th District March 7th; 7th District, 
March 14th; 8th District, March 21st; 9th District, Mch 
28th; loth District, April 4th; nth District, April nth; 
1 2th District, April i8th. 

Fall Term — ist District, Sept. 26th, 2nd District, 
Oct. 23d; 3d District October loth; 4th District, Oct. 17; 
5th District, Oct. 24th; 6th District, Oct. 31st; 7thDist., 
Nov. 7th; 8th Dist. Nov. 14th; 9th District Nov. 21st; 
loth District, Nov. 28th; nth District, Dec. 5th; i2tli 
District, Dec. 12th. 

Applicants for license to practice law are examined on 
the Fridays and Saturdays preceding both terms of the 
Court. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

United States Circuit Courts. — Eastern District of 
North Carolina — held at Raleigh on the first Monday 
in June and last Monday in November, and at Wilming- 
ton the first Monday after the fourth Monday in April 
and October. 

Hugh Iv. Bond, Circuit Judge; residence, Baltimore, 
Md. ; salary, $6,000. 

Aug. S. Seymour, District Judge ; residence, Newbern, 
N. C. ; salary $5,000. 

Charles A Cook, United States Attorney; office, Ral- 
eigh, N. C. ; residence, Warrenton, N. C. 

J. B. Hill, U. S. Marshal; office, Raleigh, N. C. 

N. J. Riddick, Clerk Circuit Court at Raleigh and 
Wilmington. 

Vitruvius Royster, Deputy Clerk, Raleigh. 

W. H. Shaw, Deputy Clerk, Wilmington. 

Eastern District Courts. — Aug. S. Seymour, U. S. 
District Judge ; residence, Newbern. 

Held at Elizabeth Citv, third Monday in April and 
October; W. C. Brooks, Clerk. 



APPENDIX. 59 



Newbern fourth Monday in April and October; Geo. 
Green, Clerk. 

Wilmington first Monday after the fourth Monday ni 
April and October; W. H. Shaw, Clerk. 

U. S. Circuit and District Courts, Western District 
of North Carolina.— YL. L. Bond, U. S. Circuit Court 
Judge; residence Baltimore, Md. 

Robert P. Dick, U. S. District Judge, Western Dis- 
trict, N. C. ; residence, Greensboro, N. C. 

Tyre Glenn, U. S. Marshal; office, Greensboro, N. C. 

Circuit and District Courts in the Western District are 
held at the same time. 

Greensboro, first Monday in April and October; John 
W. Payne, Clerk. 

Statesville, third Monday in April and October; H. C. 
Cowles, Clerk, Statesville and Charlotte. 

Charlotte, second Monday in June and December ; H. 
C. Cowles, Clerk, Statesville and Charlotte. 

Asheville, first Monday in May and November; J. E. 
Reid, Clerk; residence, Asheville. 

Charles Price, United States Attorney; residence, 
Salisbmy, N. C. 



SUPERIOR COURTS OF NORTH CAROLINA 
FOR 1892. 

JUDGES, 

Dist. Name. Residence. 

I St. Geo. H. Brown, Washington, N. C. 

2d. Heniy R. Bryan, Newbern, 

3d. Henr>' G. Connor, Wilson, 

4th. Spier Whittaker, Raleigh, 

5th. Robt. W. Winston, Oxford, 

6th. E. T. Boykin, Clinton, 

7th. J. D. Mclver, Carthage, 

8th. R. F. Armfield, Statesville, 

9th. Jesse F. Graves, Mount Airy, 

loth. John Gray Bynum, Morganton, 

nth. W. A. Hoke, Lincolnton, 

1 2th. James H. Merrimon, Asheville, 



6o APPENDIX. 



SOLICITORS. 
Dist. Name. Residence. 

ist, John H. Blount, Hertford, N. C. 

2d, G. H. White, Halifax, 

3d, J. E. Woodard, Wilson, 

4th, E. W. Poll, Jr., Smithfield, 

5th, E. S. Parker, Graham, 

6th, Oliver H. Allen, Kinston, 

7th, Frank McNeill, Rockingham, 

8th, B. F. I^ong, Statesville, 

9th, Thomas Settle, Reidsville, 

loth, W. C. Newland, Lenoir, 

nth. Frank I. Osborne, Charlotte, 

1 2th. G. A. Jones, Franklin, 

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge James H. Merrimon. 

Fall Term. — Judge W. A. Hoke. 
Beaufort — |Feb. 2 2d, May 30th, Nov. 28th. 
Currituck — March 7th, Sept. 5th. 
Camden — March 14th, Sept. 12th. 
Pasquotank — March 21st, Sept. igtli. 
Perquimans — March 28th, Sept. 26th. 
Chowan — April 4th, Oct. 3d. 
Gates — April nth, Oct. loth. 
Hertford — April i8th, Oct. 17th. 
Washington — April 25th, Oct. 24th. 
Tyrrell — May 2d, Oct. 31st. 
Dare — May 9th, November 7th. 
Hyde — May i6th, Nov. 14th. 
Pamlico — May 23d, Nov. 21st. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge George H. Brown, Jr. 

Fall Term. — Judge James H. Merrimon. 
Halifax — fMarch 7th, May i6th, JNov. 14th. 
Northampton — +Jan. 25th, April 4th, Oct. 3rd. 
Warren — March 21st, Sept. 19th. 
Edgecombe — April i8th, Oct. 17th. 
Bertie — Feb. 8th, May 2d, Oct. 31st. 
Craven — fFeb. 15th, May 30th, Nov. 28th. 

*por criminal cases. fFor civil cases alone. J For civil and jail cases. 



APPENDIX. 6i 



THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

spring Term. — Judge Henry R. Bryan. 

Fall Term. — Judge Geo. H. Brown, Jr. 
Pitt — Jan. nth, March 21st, fjune 13th, Sept. 19th. 
Wilson — fFeb. 8th, June 6th, Oct. 31st. 
Vance — Feb. 2 2d, May 23rd, Oct. 3rd. 
Martin — March 7th, Sept. 5th, Dec. 5th. 
Nash — May 2d, Nov. 21st. 
Franklin — Jan. 25th, April i8th, Oct. 24th. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge Henr}- G. Connor. 

Fall Term. — Judge Henry R. Bryan. 
Wake — *Jan. nth, fFebruary 29th,*March 28th.tApril 

25th, *Sept. 26th, tOct. 24. 
Wayne— Jan. 25th, April i8th, Sept. 12th, Oct. 17th. 
Harnett— Feb. 8th, Aug. 8th, Nov. 28th. 
Johnson — Feb. 15th, Aug. 15th, Nov. 14th. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge Spier Whitaker. 

Fall Term. — Judge Henry G. Connor. 
Granville — Feb. ist., x\pril 25th, July 25th, Nov. 28th. 
Chatham — Feb. 15th, May 9th, Sept. 26th. 
Guilford — Feb. 2 2d, May 30th, Dec. 12th. 
Alamance — March *i4th May 23rd, Oct. 24th. 
Durham — Jan. i8th. Mar. 28th, June 6th, Oct. loth. 
Orange — March 21st, Aug. 8th, Oct. 31st. 
Caswell — April nth, Aug. 15th, Nov. 14th. 
Person — April i8th, Aug. 2 2d, Nov. 21st. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

spring Term. — Judge Robert W. Winston. 

Fall Term. — Judge Spier Whitaker. 
New Hanover — fjan. 25th, t April i8th, fSept. 26th. 
Greene — Jan. i8th, April nth, Nov. 28th. 
Lenoir — May 9th, Nov. 14th. 
Duplin — Feb. 15th, Aug. ist, Nov. 28th. 
Sampson — fFeb. 29th, May 2d, Oct. loth, Dec. 12th. 
Pender — Jan. *i8th. Sept, 12. 
Carteret — March 21st, Oct. 24. 
Jones — March 28, Oct. 31. 
Onslow — April 4th, Nov. 7th. 



62 APPENDIX. 



SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judo^e E. T. Boykin, 

Fall Term. — Judge Robt. W. Winston. 
Anson— *Jan. iith,'^ fMay 2d, *Sept. 5tli, fNov. 28. 

Cnmberland-Jan. 25th, fMay gtli, July 25th, fNov. 
I4tli. 

Columbus-Jan. i8tli, April 14th, Aug. ist. 

Robeson-Feb. ist, *May 23d, Oct. 3d. 

Riclimond-Feb. 15th, June 6th, Sept. igtli, Dec. 5tli. 

Bladen-March *2ist, Oct. 17th. 

Brunswick-April nth, Sept. 12th. 

Moore-March 7th, Aug. 15th, Dec. 12th, 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. -Judge J. D. Mclver. 

Fall Term.- Judge E. T. Boykin. 
Iredell-Feb. 8th, May 23d, Aug. 8th, Nov. 7th. 
Rowan-Feb. 2 2d, May 9th, Aug. 2 2d, Nov. 2 ist. 
Davidson-March 7th, Sept. 5th, fDec. 5th. 
Randolph-March 21st, Sept. 19th. 
Montgomery-April 4th, Oct. 3d, 
Stanly-April nth, Oct. 17th. 
Cabarrus — tFeb. ist, May 2d, *Oct. 31st. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge R. F. Armfield. 

Fall Term. — Judge J. D. Mclver. 
Rockingham — Feb. 15th, Aug. 29th. 
Forsyth — Feb. 29th, Nov. 28th. 
Yadkin— May 9th, Oct. 3d. 
Wilkes — March 21st, Sept. 5th. 
Alleghany — April 4th, Sept. 19th. 
Davie — April nth, Oct. 31st. 
Stokes — April 25th, Oct. 17th. 
Surry — March 7th, Aug 2 2d, 

TENTH judicial DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge Jesse F. Graves. 

Fall Term. — Judge R. F. Armfield. 
Henderson — May 30th, Nov. 14th, 
Burke — March 21st, Sept. 5th. 
Caldwell— April 4th, Sept. igtli 



APPENDIX. 63 



Ashe — April iSth, Sept. 26th. 
Watauga — May 2d, Oct. loth. 
Mitchell — May 9th, Oct. 17th. 
Yancey — May 23CI, Oct. 31st. 
McDowell — March 7th, Aug. 29th. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge John Gray Bynuin. 

Fall term, — Judge Jesse F. Graves. 
Union— * Feb. 8th, fSept. 19th. 
Mecklenburg — fFeb. 29th, fAug. 29th. 
Gaston — March 21st, Oct. loth. 
Lincoln — iVpril 4th, Oct. 3d. 
Cleveland— April nth, Aug. 8th, Oct. 24t]i. 
Rutherford — April 25th, Oct. 31st. 
Polk — May 9th, Nov. 14th. 
Catawba— Jan. i8th, July i8th. 
Alexander — Feb. ist, Aug. ist. 

TWELTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring Term. — Judge W. A. Hoke. 

Fall Term. — Judge John Gray Bynum. 
P>unconibe — fMarch 14th, Aug. 15th, fDec. 5tli. 
Madison — Feb, 29th, Aug. ist, fNov. 21st. 
Transylvania — April 4th, Sept. 5th. 
Haywood — April nth, Sept. 12th. 
Jackson — April 25th, Sept. 26th, 
Macon— May 9th, Oct. 3d. 
Clay — May i6th, Oct. loth. 
Cherokee — May 23d, Oct. 17th. 
Graham — June 6th, Oct. *24th. 
Swain — June 13th, *Oct. 31st. 



Rates of Postage. 

First Class. — Letters, all manuscript, all matter 
wholly or partly in writing, two cents for each ounce or 
fraction thereof, except postal cards. Drop letters two 
cents per ounce at places where there is a carrier deliv- 
ery. 

. Whenever any package is sealed or othenvise closed 
a'^ain.st inspection, or contains or bears writing which 



64 APPENDIX.* 



is not allowed by law, such package is subject to letter 
postage — two cents per ounce. 

Second Class. — All newspapers and other periodical 
publications issued at stated intervals, and as frequently 
as four times a year from a known office of publication, 
one cent a pound or fraction thereof. 

Third Class. — Books and circulars, proof sheets, 
corrected proof sheets and manuscript copy accompany- 
ing the same, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions and 
plants, one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. 

Transient newspapers, periodicals, etc. , that are pub- 
lished at regular intervals, and sent by persons other 
than the publisher or newsdealer, one cent for each two 
ounces or fraction thereof fully prepaid. 

Fourth Class. — Embraces all matter not in the first, 
second or third class, which is not in its form or nature 
liable to destroy, deface or otherwise damage the mail 
bag, and is not above four pounds for each package, ex- 
cept in case of single books, weighing in excess of that 
amount (limited to four pounds six ounces in the foreign 
mails), one cent for each ounce or fraction thereof. 

Note. — Labels, patterns, photographs, playing cards, 
visiting cards, addresses, tags, paper sacks, wrapping 
paper with printed advertisements thereon, bill heads, 
letter heads, envelopes and other matter of the same gen- 
eral character is charged as fourth class matter, that is, 
one cent for each ounce or fraction thereof. 

The schedule on postal money order fees is now as 
follows : 

Sums not exceeding $5, 5 cents. Over $5 and not 
exceeding $10, 8 cents. Over $10 and not exceeding 
$15, 10 cents. Over $15 and not exceeding $30, 15 
cents. Over $30 and not exceeding $40, 20 cents. Over 
$40 and not exceeding $50, 25 cents. Over $50 and not 
exceeding $60, 30 cents. Over $60 and not exceeding 
$70, 35 cents. Over $70 and not exceeding $80, 40 
cents. Over $80 and not exceeding $100, 45 cents. 

Postal notes are issued at all money order offices, and 
such other offices as may be designated by the Post- 
master-General, for sums less than five dollars, and the 
fee for each note it three cents. 



DURHAM, N. C. 

Durham County was established by act of the Legis- 
lature, Februar>^ 28th, 1881 ; its territory being com-- 
posed of portions taken from Orange and Wake Coun- 
ties. 

The County contains about 270 square miles. The 
City of Durham, which was incorporated April loth, 
1869, is one mile square, the old N. C. R. R. depot be- 
ino- the centre. It lies on both sides of the N. C. R. R., 
which enters the town near the southeast corner, and 
runs through diagonally, passing out near the northwest 
corner. It 'is 26 miles west of Raleigh, 55 miles east of 
Greensboro, and 12 miles northeast of Chapel Hill, the 
seat of the "University of North Carolina," renowned 
for the illustrious men graduating there. The Oxford 
& Clarksville Railroad, Lynchburg & Durham Railroad 
and the Durham & Northern Railroad all terminate here, 
so that the City of Durham has unparallelled Railroad 
facilities for a city of its size and population. 

Durham lies in the centre of the "Golden Belt" re- 
gion, which produces the finest bright tobacco known in 
the world. 

The clever and energetic leaf dealers of Durham ex- 
port immense quantities of bright leaf tobacco to all the 
principal ports of Europe, and there is no countr>' on 
the globe where her justly renowned smoking tobacco 
and cigarettes have not found their way and are used as 
almost an indispensable luxury. 

The Blackwell Durham Co-operative Tobacco factory, 
the home of the celebrated "Bull Durham" brand, is 
the largest works of its kind in the world, and W. Duke, 
Sons & Co's. Cigarette factory, whose products are noted 
for their superior excellence, is also the largest factor\' 
of its kind known to man. 

Durham is the best market in North Carolina for the 
sale of leaf tobacco, especially bright wrappers. 

LEAF TOBACCO SALES. 

Aggregate sales for 1890, 6,165,396 pounds. 

" " " 1891, 11,650,248 " 



66 APPENDIX. 



which shows an increase of sales for 1891 over 1890 to be 
J, /c?^, 8!^2 pounds. 



WAREHOUSiCS. 



This immense qnantity of leaf tobacco is satisfactorily 
handled and sold by our four warehouses, under the pro- 
prietorship of E. J. Parrish, Jno. S. Lockhart, J. R. 
Hutchings & Co., and the Farmers' Alliance Combina- 
tion. 

REVENUE. 

The following statement of amounts paid into the rev- 
enue office, should be interesting reading to all members 
of Congress, who are not inclined to vote a small appro- 
priation for a government building in this cit}', which is 
so much needed and to which we are so justlv entitled. 

REVENUE RECEIVED FOR THE VEAR 1890. 

January, $41,854.97 

February', 40,129.15 

March, . . . 56,669.34 

April, 56,220.41 

May,. 80,890.83 

June, 64,471.36 

July, 47,154.80 

August, 41,647.49 

September,. 61,309.97 

October, 76,822.41 

November, 53,901.12 

December, 62,457.20 

$683,529.05 

FOR THE YEAR 1891. 

January, $42,570.08 

F'ebruary, 40,071.90 

March, 56,428.97 

April, ..." 40,388.83 

May, 44,745.50 

June, 58,432.30 

July, 44,922.94 

August, 52,037.02 



APPENDIX. 67 

September, 58,005.76 

October, 70,079.14 

November, 61,332.99 

December, 47i^i4-39 

$616,129.85 
C. G. Ross, Deputy Collector. 
vSv/orn to and subscribed before me this 22nd Feb,'92. 
N. A. Ramsey, Notary Public. 

Tlie revenue on tobacco was reduced from 8 cents per 
pound to 6 cents ist Jan. 1891. 

The above statement represents for the year 1890, the 
various products stamped as follows : 

Cigarettes, 605,635,000 

Manufactured Tobacco, 4,684,897 >4ft 

Cigars, 265,250 

Snuff, 63,950 lbs. 

For the year 1891 — 

Cigarettes, 626,200,000 

Manufactured Tobacco, 4,865,835 lbs. 

Cigars, 2,263,250 

Snuff, 71.500 lbs. 

Which shows an increase of 1891 ever 1890 as follows : 

Cigarettes, . . '. 20,565,000 

Manufactured Tobacco, 180,937 i^ lbs. 

Cigars, 1,998,000 

Snuff, .• 7)55olbs. 

Durham exported in 1890 — 

Cigarettes, 101,471,000 

Manufactured Tobacco, 67,445 lbs. 

Leaf, 608,541 lbs. 

In 1891 — 

Cigarettes, 141, 5:^5, 500 

Manufactured Tobacco, 57.3^5 lbs. 

Leaf, 1,981,511 lbs. 

All the foregoing figures speak for themselves. Fur- 
ther comment is useless. 



68 APPENDIX. 



BANKS. 

The banking facilities of Durham are amply sufficient 
for the present, — there being three well established 
banks, to -wit: The First National Bank; The More- 
head Banking Company and The Fidelity Bank. They 
are all well officered by gentlemen of the highest char- 
acter, who well understand their business. 

EI^ECTRIC LIGHTS, WATER, &C. 

The city has Electric Lights, a street Railway, and is 
well supplied with the best of water; the reservoir of 
3,000,000 gallons capacity, is of first class construction, 
located about four miles north-west of the city at an el- 
evation of 178 feet. 

HEALTH. 

The health of the city is unquestioned, the percentage 
of deaths being less than any other city in the state. 

SCHOOLS. 

Trinity College, one of the first institutions of learn- 
ing throughout the country, with Dr. J. F. Crowell as 
its president, with a full and well equipped faculty, will 
be moved from the old site in Randolph county, to its 
future beautiful home in the western suburbs of the city, 
at the close of the current collegiate year. Everything 
is being done that skill and money can accomplish to 
make the new home of the old college second to none 
in point of beauty and excellence. 

The Graded School under the superintendency of Prof. 
E. W. Kennedy with a full corps of teachers with 
about five hundred pupils, has been a blessing to 
our community. The school will move into its new 
building, near the center of the city, in September. 
This building of brick, the plans of which were made 
by our home architect Mr. S. L. Leary, will be the pride 
of the city. It is 74 x 174 feet, with 10 recitation rooms; 
one assembly room; one for manual training; superinten- 
dent's office, library and two cloak rooms, all constructed 
under the most improved plans. The building is two 
stories with basement and is supplied with pure warm 



APPENDIX. 69 



air and ventilated by the Rnttan warming- and ventilat- 
ing system, which creates an entire change of air every 
fifteen minntes. 

The Durham Male Academy, presided over by Prof. 
L. T. Buchanan, No. 213 Cleveland street, is a school 
of high grade, where boys are thoronghly prepared to 
enter any college of their choice. 

Th^ Methodist Female Seminary, No. 307 Church 
street. Miss Carrie W. Carpenter, principal, and the Dur- 
ham Female Institute, under the auspices of the Bap- 
tist church, with Prof. E. L. Middleton at its head, is 
situated at No. 51 1, Mangum street. Both of these 
schools are of high grade and are doing good work for 
the community. 

A graded school for the colored, situated at No, 107 
Red Cross street, under the same superintendence as the 
white school, is taught in a good two story brick building. 
There are between 300 and 400 children attending this 
school, and great good has grown out of its establish- 
ment. 

POPULATION. 

The population of Durham including the suburbs, 
reaches about 8,000 souls, 

REAL ESTATE. 

The assessed value for the city, 1891, $1,746,260 

"• county, 1891, 1,735)536 



Showing an excess in favor of the city of $ 11,724 

Value of personal property, city, $2,455,934 

coimty, 354,985 



Showing an excess in favor of the city of $2,100,949 



Total valuation real and personal, (citv ] .. 
md county), ' / ^^'292,715 

ACREAGE AND VALUE. 

The number of acres of land listed for taxation out- 



APPENDIX. 



side of the city, is 171,788, showing an average value 
per acre of $10. 10. 



CITY TAXES. 



For city purposes. 
For public schools, 
F'or railroads, 
F'or school bonds, 



. 50 cents on the $100 valuation. 
.162/ " 



■05 



Making a total of 
Poll tax. 



98 



100 
100 
100 

100 



$2.69 

COUNTY TAXES. 



For county, 

For state, 25 

For public schools 15 

For public roads 10 

For court house 05 

For pensions 03 

For railroads 08 



20 cents on the $100 valuation. 
'' 100 



Making a total of .86 
Poll tax. 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 



$1.80 

CITY INDEBTEDNESS. 

F'or Durham & Northern Railroad Bonds, ^100,000. 
For Oxford & Clarksville Railroad Bonds, 50,000. 
For Graded School Bonds, 25,000. 



Total, 



$175,000. 



COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS. 



For Lynchburg & Durham Railroad Bonds, $60,000. 
P'or Court House Bonds, 18,000. 



Total, $78,000. 

KEW HOTEL. 
A new hotel with all modern improvements, will, at 



APPENDIX. 71 



once, be erected by Mr. Julian S. Carr, on the site of 
Hotel Claiborn. Mr. Carr is not in the habit of doing 
thing-s in a half-handed way, and the public feel quite 
jubilant over the prospect of having one of the finest 
hotels in Durham to be found anywhere throughout the 
South. 

REAL EvSTATE. 

Real estate is advancing, and a spirit of improve- 
ment and go-aheaditiveness pervades our community, 
and Durham to-day is on the up-grade. God, bless 
Durham ! May she yet be the first city in North Car- 
olina in all respects. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor : M. A. Angier. 

Treasurer : H. P. Markham. 

Street Commissioner : Jno. B. Christian. 

City Attorney : Junius Parker. 

Clerk of Market : DeWitt Mangum, Jr. 

Tax Collector : J. A. Woodall. 

Commissioners : A. D. ISIarkham, J. S. Mangum, 
T. S. Christian, L. D. Heartt, M. H. Jones, Jas. W. 
Walker, H. J. Bass. Geo. W. Woodward, Clerk. Meet 
first Tuesdav night in each and everv month. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk vStperior Court : C. B. Green. 

Sheriff : F. D. Markham. 

Register of Deeds : P. Lunsford. 

Treasurer : J. W. Pope. 

County Attorney : R. B. Boone. 

Coroner : Dr. N. M. Johnson. 

Standard Keeper : H. H. Simms. 

Superintendent Work House : H. D. Lea. 

County Commissioners : A. H. Stokes, Chairman : 
R. C. Tilley, W. H. Perry, K. Holloway, P. H. Massey.' 
P. Lunsford, Clerk, ex-offi.cio. 



72 APP:eNDlX. 



CITY CHURCHES. 

Main Street M. E. Church, cor w Main and Greg- 
son streets, Rev. F. A. Bishop, Pastor. Snnday service 
II a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Sunday school 9:30 a. m., 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. ni. 

Trinity M. E. Church, head Church street. Rev. 
R. C. Beaman, Pastor. Sunday service 11 a. m., and 
7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting 
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 

Carr's Chapel, (M. E.) East Durham. Rev. O. 
Ryder, Pastor. Sunday Services 11 a. ni., and 7:30 p. 

m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- 
day 7:30. 

Primitive Baptist. No. 104 Cleveland street. El- 
der Isaac Jones, Pastor. Sunday service 11 a. m., once 
a month. 

First Baptist Church. 307 Mangum Street. 

, Pastor. Sunday service 11 a. m., and 7:30 

p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting 
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Young men's prayer meeting. 

Second Baptist Church. 329 Chapel Hill street. 
Rev, A. A. Butler, Pastor. Sunday service 11 a. m., 
and 7 130 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday 7;30 p. m. 

Third Baptist Church. East Durham. Rev. C. 
W. Blanchard, Pastor. Sunday service 3d Sunday, 11 a. 
m., and 7:30 p. m. ; ist, and 4th Sundays 7.45 p. m. 
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting Thursdav 
7 ;3o P- m- 

St. Philips Episcopal Church. 405 e Main street. 

Rector. Sunday service 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. 

m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Wednesday services 
7:30 p. m. Services All Saints Days 11 a. m. 

Presbyterian Church. Cor. e Main and Queen 
streets. Rev. H. T. Darnall, Pastor. Sunday service 
II a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Young men's 
prayer meeting Sunday 3 :oo p. m. 

Christian Church. 217 Liberty street. Rev. W. 
G. Clements, Pastor. Sunday services ist and 4th Sab- 



APPENDIX. 73 



baths, 1 1 a. iii. , and 7 :30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- 
day 7:30 p. ni, Sunday school 9:30 a. m. 

North Durham Mission. 638 Mangum street. Lay 
Gospel Services every Sabbath at 7 130 p. m. Sunday 
school 9:30 a. m. 

Note. — Pews in all the churches are free^ and all 
strangers within our gates are always cordially welcomed. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Cor. IMangnm- and Holloway streets. W. C. Brad- 
sher, Chief. 

Durham Hose Co. No. i. C. R. Cross, Foreman. 

Independent Hose Co. No. 2. C. H. Whitaker, 
Foreman. 

Durham Hook and Ladder Co. No. i. (col.) P. 
H. Smith, Foreman. 

LODGES, SOCIETIES, &c. 
masonic. 

Hall, Parrish building, cor Mangum and Parrish 
streets. 

Eno Lodge. No. 210. J. L. Markham, W. M. ; D. 
C. Gunter, Secretary. Meets ist Monday night in each 
month. 

Durham Lodge. No. 352. H. N. Snow, W. M. ; 
James Southgate, Secretary. Meets 2d and 4th Tues- 
day nights in each month. 

Durham Royal Arch Chapter. No. 48. James 
Southgate, H. P. ; C. C. Taylor, Secretary. T^Ieets 3d 
IMonday night in each month. 

Durham Commandery. No. 3. Knights' Templar. 
W. L. Wall, E. C. ; James Southgate, Recorder. Meets 
ist Monday night in each month. 

ODD FELLOV^S. 

Hall, cor Main and Mangum streets. 

Durham Lodge. No. 75. S. C. Anderson, N. G. ; 
W. B. Bagwell, Secretary. Meets every Thursday 7:30 
p. m. 

Golden Link Lodge. No. 114. J. G. Piper, N. G. ; 
W. L. Freeland, Secretary. Meets every Monday ngiht. 



74 APPENDIX. 



Durham En'CAMPment. No. 24. S. C. Anderson, 
C. P. ; H. M. Sniitli, Scribe. Meets 2d and 4th Tnedsay 
nights in each month 7:30 p. ni. 

Knights of Pythias. No. 31. Castle Hall, Par- 
rish Building, cor Manguni and Parrish streets. J. S. 
Burch, C. C. ; J. G. Rankin, Secretary. Meets every 
Friday 7:30 p. ni. 

A. O. U. W. Hall cor Main and Mangnm streets. 
S. C. Anderson, M. W. ; J. M. Whitted, Recorder. 
Meets ist and 3d Tuesday in each month, 7:30 p. m. 

Y. M. C. A. Hall 107 and 109 Corcoran streets. J. 
H. Southgate, President ; R. E. White, Secretary. 
Religious meeting every Sabbath 4 p. m. Business 
meeting 2d Friday in each month 7:30 p. m. 

Junior Branch. Sam. F, Darnall, President ; W. 
L. Dowd, Secretary. Meets every Sabbath 3 p. m. 

Medical. Durham County Medical Society. Dr. 
A. G. Carr, President ; Dr. J. D. Roberts, Secretary. 
Meets subject to call of the President. 

Military. Durham Light Infantry. T. J. Win- 
.ston, Captain ; C. J. Markham, O. S. Meets ist Tues- 
day night in each month. 

Mus'^iCAi.. Durham Corn-t Baiil P. B. Cheek, 
President ; J. H. King, Secretary. M^sts every Tues- 
day and Friday nights. 

St. Cecilia Musical Society. Hall 125 e Main 
street. Vernon Darnall, President ; S. W. Holman, 
Secretary. Meets ist Friday night in each month. 

Durham Typographical Uuion, No. 125. J. H. 
King, President ; H. B. Chamberlain, Secretary. Meets 
4th Tuesday in each month at 6:05 p. m. 

CLUBS. 

The Commonwealth Clup.. J. S. Carr, President ; 
F. L. Fuller, vSscretary. Mect^ subject to call of the 
President. 

Golden Belt Club. W. A. Guthrie, President ; P". 
L. Fuller, Secretary. Meets ad libitum. Parrish Build- 
ing, cor Mangnm and Parrish streets. 

Durham Tobacco Association. Albert Kramer, 
President ; J. S. Burch, Secretary. ]\Ieets ist Monday 
in each month 3:30 p. m. 



DuRBaM (JiTY Directory. 



1802. 



ABBREVIATIONS UvSED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 



auct auctioneer. 

bds boards. 

bkpr bookkeeper. 

elk clerk. 

cgtte cigarette. 

e easti 

ins insurance. 

nich . machine. 



11 north. 

pkr packer. 

r residence. 

s south. 

tob tobacco . 

w west. 

wdw widow. 

w. li. . . warehouse. 



ADAMS mrs Alice. 303 w Pettigrew 
Adams mrs Cora V, 210 Liberty 
Adams miss Daisy, 210 Liberty 
Adams mrs Gertrude, 208 Roxboro 
Adams H R, tinner, 115 e Main, r 208 Roxboro 
Adams mi.ss Jennie ]M, 210 Liberty 
Adams Jno H, saloon, 117 w Parrish 
Adams miss Lily L, 210 Liberty 
Adams Oscar F, 210 Liberty 
Adams mrs Susan A, 210 Liberty 
Adams S L, state agent Washington Life Ins Co, office 

103 w Main (up stairs), bds 303 w Pettigrew 
Adams Thos, shoe mkr, 200 e ALain, (up stairs) r 210 

Liberty 
Aiken E R, auct Farmers' Alliance W PI, 400 w Main, 

bds Hotel Claiborn 



Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Z^^l^^Z::^, 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market. 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 



in«sIjIMl! '^'^^ Great Passenger and Freight 
4t»'*«44l,JJ!j Line of the vSouth, with unsnrpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and PVeight Ser- 
vice- For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

76 DIRECTORY— White. 

Albertson W L, 103 e Main 

Albezette Louis, prop'r Durham Machine Shops an 1 
Foundry, 216-222 w Peabody, r 215 e Main 

Albezette Louis Jr, r 215 e Main 

Albezette H F, moulder, 222 w Peabody, r 227 Morris 

Albezette mrs Martha, boarding, 215 e Main 

Albezette miss May, 215 e ]\Iain 

Albezette mrs M D, 227 Morris 

Albright G K, blacksmith, B D Coop Tob Co, r 309 Lea 

Albright J E, P O clerk, r 108 Rigsbee ave 

Albright miss Julia K, elk, 127 e Main, r 203 Cleveland 

Albright J P, Ins elk, 105 w Main (up stairs) r 405 
Mangum 

Albright mrs Lena R, 108 Rigsbee ave 

Albright miss Maggie V, r 203 Cleveland 

Albright mrs Margaret B, 108 R'igsbee ave 

Albright mrs Nannie J, 405 Mangum 

Albright miss Nina M, elk, 127 e Main, r 203 Cleveland 

Albright mrs Pattie E, r 309 Lea 

Albright miss Peo, 108 Rigsbee ave 

Albright Wm A, post master, r 108 Rigsbee ave 

Alford miss A G, 124 Carr 

Alford A S, (J E A & Son) 205 e Main, r 124 Carr 

Alford miss G N, 124 Carr 

Alford J E, (J E A & Son) 205 e Main, r 124 Carr 

Alford mrs N J, 124 Carr 

Allen miss Addic, 118 Ramseur 

Allen miss Anna H, 118 Ramseur 

Allen J A, 118 Ramseur 

Allen Jack H, 118 Ramseur 

Allen Jos H, elk, 400 w Main, r 216 Morris 

Allen J J, 118 Ramseur 

Allen Jno S, 118 South 

Allen miss Lena K, art and music teacher bds 408 Rigs- 
bee ave 

JT T\/r A r^l/" A "V furnishes Life and Accident Insurance 
. J . IVl /\ b j\ A 1 at lowest cost. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, is unques- 
tionably one of the strongest life companies in America. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passin.-^ through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
CTainsville and Athens, to the vSouth and vSouth West. For informa: 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. ■]^ 



Allen mrs ]\Iamie, ii8 Ramseur 

Allen mrs Mamie, 216 Morris 

Allen mrs Mattie, 216 Morris 

Allen mrs N W, 118 Ramsenr 

Allison Clande, printer, cor w Main and Mangnm, np- 
stairs, bds 438 w Main 

Anderson mrs Emma M, 132 McMannen 

Anderson miss Eunice, 302 Morehead ave 

Anderson Jacob, tailor, 122 e Main, bds 403 Mangum 

Anderson mrs Polly, cgtte pkr, r 302 Moreliead ave 

Anderson R C, clerk, 113 Chnrch 

Anderson S C, dept supt Blackwell's Fact, r 132 Mc- 
Mannen 

Andrews A A, leaf tob dealer, iii Milton ave 

Andrews mrs Annie, bds 109 sGregson 

Andrews mrs Cornelia, 315 Chapel Hill 

Andrews D H, 

Andrews D W, 1 1 1 Milton ave 

Andrews miss Eva T, 242 Cleveland 

Andrews mrs Florence, 109 s Gregson 

Andrews G W, painter, 136 Carr 

Andrews H B, cgtte mch hand, bds 109 s Gregson 

Andrews miss Irene, 1 1 1 INIilton ave 

Andrews mrs Jnlia, 1 1 1 Milton ave 

Andrews J D, 325 Chapel Hill 

Andrews J G, grocer, 400 Mangum, r 325 Chapel Hill 

Andrews Ivonnie, 212 Rigsbee ave 

Andrews mrs Lou H, 325 Chapel Hill 

Andrews mrs Margaret, wdw, 242 Cleveland 

Andrews mrs Mary, in Milton ave 

Andrews miss Mattie, 325 Chapel Hill 

Andrews M J, 325 Chapel Hill 

Andrews mrs Roxana 212 Rigsbee ave 

Andrews miss Sarah T, 212 Rigsbee ave 

Andrews Shelly, 

Reliable and Satisfactory ! 

BLP.CKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



c(l I'acilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

/S • DIRECTORY— White. 



Andrews miss Susan, 325 Chapel Hill 

Andrews W H, 325 Chapel Hill 

Angier M A, mayor, 135 JNIcMannen 

Angier Mrs Mary J, 135 McMannen 

Angier miss Siewers P, 135 IMcMannen 

Ashe-Miss Willie, school teacher, bds 404 Morehead ave 

Atkins mrs A A, 200 South 

Atkins J H, clerk, 129 e Main, r 200 South 

Ansley mrs Emeline, 105 Cora 

Ausley Thomas, " ' ' 

Ansley mrs Victoria, 109 Cxarretts Allev 

Ausley W B, " " 

BAGWELL mrs Mattie, 204 south 
Bagwell W B, grocer, (Herndon & Bagwell) 105 

e ]Main, r 204 South. 
Bailey mrs Anna F, 126 McMannen 
Bailey F J, farmer, 126 McIMannen 
Baldwin miss Caroline, 204 Randolph 
* Baldwin J J , clerk, 128 w Main, (up stairs), bds 213 e 

Main 
Baldwin miss Mary, 317 Morgan 
Balkin miss Fannie, 104 e Main 
Balkin Robt, 104 e Main 
Balkin mrs Rosa, 104 e Main 
Balkin S, dry goods and clothing, 104 e Main 
Ballard mrs Francis J, 109 Broadway 
ig^ Ballard V, book keeper, 125 w Main, r 109 Broadway 
Banner Warehouse, Williams, Lea, Mitchell & Co, 

props, 214 w Main 
Barbee tniss Annie, 603 w Pettigrew 
Barbee Chas E, 121 Broadway 
Barbee mrs Ellen, 244 Cleveland 
Barbee Eugene, 207 Pine 
Baibee miss Eva H, 207 Pine 
Barbee miss Fanny, 307 Willard ave 

Jr l\/r A PI/' A V represents the Fidelity Mutual I^ife 
. vJ . iYiALlVA I Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J, J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE.Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Gohlsboro, vSpartauburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the vSouth and vSouth West. I'or informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 79 



Barbee F M, grocer, 104 e Parrisli, r 627 I\Ianguin 

Ijarbee Heiit}- G, clerk, 202 jMangiim, r 207 Pine 

Barbee H vS, clerk, 206 Manguni, r 129 McManncn 

Barbee miss Irene, 206 Pine 

Barbee Jas R, clerk, 106 Manguni, r 244 Cleveland 

Barbee Jas Russ, 309 Willard ave 

Barbee Jno L, 627 Mangnm 

Barbee mrs Julia A, dress maker, 244 Cleveland 

Barbee mrs Lou A, boarding, 207 Pine 

Barbee mrs Lydia, 129 McMannen 

Barbee L A. clerk, 206 Mangum, bds 403 ]\Iangum 

Barbee mrs M A, 627 Mangum 

Barbee mrs Martha J, wdw, cgtte pkr, 529 w I\Iain 

Barbee mrs Martha M, 309 Willard ave 

Barbee miss M Sadie, 627 Mangum 

Barbee mrs Rosa, 121 Broadway 

Barbee R H, grocer, 113 e Main, r 121 Broadway 

Barbee Walter J, 118 w Main (up stairs) bds 225 Cleve- 
land r^ 

Barbee & Thompson, saloon, 106 Mangum 

Barber mrs Ellen, 401 Lea 

Barber mrs Ollie, " " 

Barden miss Annie C, 307 Jackson 

Barden mrs A L, 307 Jackson 

Barden miss Neva C, 307 Jackson 

Barden miss N W^ 307 Jackson 

Barden Wm C,307 Jackson *^ H^ 

Barden W J, 307 Jackson 

Barham Ballard, 211 Ramseur 

Barham miss Birdie, 211 Ranvseur 

Barham C A W, auct : Reams w h. 200 w Main, 211 
Ramseur 

Barham miss Lenore, 211 Ramseur 

Barham miss Undine U, 211 Ramseui 

Barlow mrs INIary, 200 P ine 

Blackwell's Durham Tol^acco ^^l^!^. 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers "always pronounce it "THE BEST." 



Take the Fietoaat Ak-lm S^^ilSo^Cnen- .SS 

New Orleans, vShnveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



80 DIRECTORY— White. 

Barlow miss Mollie, 200 Pine 

Barrow mrs O O, dress maker, 1 1 1 Jackson 

Bass H J, leaf tob dealer, (H J Bass & Co) 208 Mangnm 

r no Willard 
Bass mrs M W, no Willard 
Bassett A L, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett miss Bessie W, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett Prof Jno S, 113 Ramsey, now at Johns Hopkins 

University 
Bassett miss Lena M, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett miss Lucy, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett miss Mary E, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett mrs M J, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett R B, contractor and builder, 113 Ramsey 
Bassett Wm B, 113 Ramsey 
Battle miss Bessie C, 120 Broadway 
Battle Fred H, 120 Broadway 
Battle mrs LA, 120 Broadway 
Battle Dr L W, physician and surgeon, 106 e Main, r 

120 Broadway 
Ban com B, 317 Chapel Hill 
Bancom CM, 124 Red Cross 
Baucom miss Elizabeth, 124 Red Cross 
Baucom E J, 124 Red Cross 
Baucom mrs E J, 317 Chapel Hill 
Baucom J M, 124 Red Cross 
Baucom miss Lilla, 317 Chapel Hill 
Baucom miss Mattie E, 317 Chapel Hill 
Baucom miss Mollie, 124 Red Cross 
Baucom M T, 124 Red Cross 
Beaman Rev R C, Pastor Trinity M E Church, -r 113 

Hollo way 
Beaman mrs Katie C, 113 Holloway 
Beavers mrs C H, 125 Ramseur 
Beavers Frank, tob weigher, r 401 Lea 

T]\TCTTpT7 with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 1 N O U rV Ej Associa^ ion of Philadelphia. • 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all firsi-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONTAIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, vSeneca. 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 8i 



Beavers F J, tob worker, r 401 Lea 

Beavers Geo T, butcher, city market, r 125 Ramseur 

Beavers mrs H R, dress maker, r 401 Lea 

Beavers miss Mary H, 210 Morris 

Beavers Robt S, 125 Ramsenr 

Bell miss Emma J, 1 1 1 Hunt 

Belvin mrs Carrie, 453 Roxboro 

Belvin O W, grocer, (Farthing & B) 100 w Parrish, r 
453 Roxboro 

Bennett C W, grocer, 653 ]\Iangum 

Bennett C C, 

Bennett miss Cora L, " " 

Bennett Frank, " " 

Bennett G M " " 

Bennett miss Hattie F, " " 

Bennett J T, '' " 

Bennett mrs L C " " 

Bennett miss Mary " " 

Benton Edw'd, tob weigher, bds 200 South 

Bernard miss Bettie, clerk, 127 e Main, r 211 Dillard 

Bernard mrs E E, 211 Dillard 

Bernard Germaine, drug clerk, 128 w Main, r 211 Dil- 
lard 

Bernard J P, 211 Dillard 

Bernard miss Nellie, 211 Dillard 

Berry J H, confectioner, 108 w Main, r407 Morehead ave 

Beriy mrs Melissa L, 407 Morehead ave 

Bernstein miss Dais}', 201 Pine 

Bernstein F, gen mdse, 108 e Main, r 201 Pine 

Bernstein M, gen mdse, 108 e Main, r 201 Pine 

Bernstein Simmie, clerk, 108 e Main, r 201 Pine 

Bibb D B, employee L & D R R, bds 125 Ramseur 

Bibb mrs Julia, bds 125 Ramseur 

Billings mrs E S, Hotel Claiborn 

Biackwell's Durham Toljacco ^^X^tZ^!;, 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 

6 



VLUliMiT AIR-LINE The Great Passenger and Freijrht 
■l^yiNI Jl J^llk JJAlNj Ji^', Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight vSer- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

82 DIRECTORY— Wfiite. 

Billings Joe P, Hotel Claiborn 

Billings W A, clerk, 11 1 South 

Billings W H, prop Hotel Claiborn, cor Corcoran and 
Peabod}- 

Bishop & Co, grocers, cor Jackson and Lea 

Bishop E E, grocer, (B & Co) cor Jackson & Eea, r Fow- 
ler Hill, s Durham 

Bishop Rev F A, pastor Main st M E Church, r 208 
Chapel Hill 

Bishop mrs Rachel, 208 Chapel Hill 

Bivins miss Cornelia G, 109 Garrett's Alley 

Bivins miss Geneva L, 2 1 7 Cleveland 

Bivins J A, contractor and builder, 217 Cleveland 

Bivins mrs Sarah E, 217 Cleveland 

Blacknall R D, (RBlacknall & Son) 138 w Main, r 
West Durham 

Blacknall R & Son, druggists, 128 \v Main 

Blackwell liirs Bessie K, iii South 

Blackwell mrs Fannie K, 400 Lea 

Blackwell Geo R, salesman, in South 

Blackwell J L, farmer, 114 Chapel Hill 

Blackwell J W, mds broker, 400 Lea 

Blackwell mrs Nellie, 114 Chapel Hill 

Blackwell W T, T14 Chapel Hill 

Blackwell W T, Jr, 202 Chapel Hill 

Blackwood Fuller J, 506 e Main 

Blackwood mrs Jennie, 506 e Main 

Blackwood J M, dept supt B D T Co, r 506 e Main 

Blackwood miss Pearl H, 506 e Main 

Blackwood W C, 506 e Main 

Blair miss Annie B, bds 210 Morris 

Blair miss Bettie L, teacher graded school, bds 210 Mor- 
ris 

Blair mrs M A, bds 210 Morris 

Blalock A J, 512 w Peabody 

Jr IVr A r'l^ A V I'epresents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. d. iYi/\Uj\A I Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J . J . M ACK A Y . 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, vSpartanburg, Greenville, vSeneca, 
(iaiiisville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 83 



Blalock mrs C E, 512 w Peabody 

Blalock mrs E O 300 Milton Ave 

Blalock E J, 512 w Peabody 

Blalock miss Minnie S, 512 \v Peabody 

Blalock R S, carpenter, 300 Milton Ave 

Blalock mrs Sudie, 300 Milton Ave 

Blount mrs Ida D, 227 Morris 

Blount Eouis, machinist B D Tob Fact, r 227 Morris 

Blount Eewis Jr, 227 Morris 

Blount mrs Lucy, 104 Watkins 

Bobbitt Andrew, 220 Rigsbee Ave 

Bobbitt Danl, 220 Rigsbee Ave 

Bobbitt mrs L, 2 20 Rigsbee Ave 

Bobbitt Paul, 220 Rigsbee Ave 

Bobbitt miss Roberta, 220 Rigsbee x^ve 

Boling miss Cora F, dress maker, 104 Dandy 

Boling S R, cigar maker 109 e jNIain, bds 104 Dandy 

Boling Wm, 104 Dandy 

Bolton Ava, elk, 116 e Main, r 322 Chapel Hill 

Bolton miss Cora F, 322 Chapel Hill 

Bolton mrs C. J, 322 Chapel Hill 

Bolton W A, 322 Chapel Hill 

Bolton W H, 322 Chapel Hill 

Bolyn mrs Clara, 137 McMannen 

Bolyn mrs Hannah, 116 South 

Bolyn W H, harness maker, cor Corcoran and w j\Iain, 
r, 116 South 

Booker mrs AUena, 132 Carr 

Boone, R B, lawyer, (Boone & Parker) office Mangum 
building cor e Main and Mangum 

Boone & Parker, attorneys office cor e Main and Man- 
gum, (up stairs) 

Boone, R B & Co, real estate agents, off cor iNIain and 
Mangum, (up stairs) 

Bo'othe mrs E B, 618 Mangum 

Reliable and Satisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the Piedmsn,t Air-Kne ?v^,S„^?|^l;,Sv!»S"ie; 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

84 DIRECTORY— White. 



Boswell, Jiio A, 506 e Main 

Boswell James F, fanner 506 e Main 

Boswell miss Mary W, 506 e Main 

Boswell miss Rebecca D, 506 e Main 

Boswell mrs Rebecca S, 506 e Main 

Boswell miss Sally B, 506 e Main 

Bowe, miss Mattie T, 104 e Green 

Bowen G T, 300 Mangum 

Bowens miss Nancy, 204 Mangnm 

Bowens miss Sndie, 210 Cleveland 

Bowers, DeWitt, tob pkr, 113 Cora 

Bowers mrs Mattie, 113 Cora 

Bowers miss Sndie, 210 Cleveland 

Bowing, Dennis C, 209 Liberty 

Boykins Mrs Marzilla, 505 Mangnm 

Boykin mrs Spicy, 505 Mangnm 

Boykin W F, 505 Mangum 

Bradley miss Cora, 330 Chapel Hill 

Bradsher Arthur B, 226 Cleveland 

Bradsher miss Bertha, 226 Cleveland 

Bradsher miss Delia, " 'i 

Bradsher, W C, clerk, 300 Mangum, r 109 Ramseur 

Branch mrs Alice M, 504 e Main 

Branch C H, " " 

Branch miss Eva, " " 

Branch miss Myrtle, " " 

Branch miss Rincie, " u 

Brandon mrs Bettie F, 438 w Main 

Brandon miss Ethel D, " " 

Brandon Geo W, " " 

Brandon H T, " " 

Brandon JasH, " " 

Brandon miss Katie H, " " 

Brandon miss Laura E, " " 

Brandon miss Mattie A, " " 

TNQTTPT7 '^^^^^^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 i\ O U Jlv Hi Associa^^ion of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, PassingtliroughtheCities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, L3'nchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 85 

Brandon miss Sallie M, 438 w Main 
Rrandou miss Signora F, " " 

Branson miss Annie, 224 Ramsenr 
Branson Joseph, dry goods and clothing, 116 e Main 
Branson mrs Willie, 224 Ramsenr 

Branson W H, sec and treas Dur Cot Mills, East Dur- 
ham, r 224 Ramsenr 
Bray, Geo I, cgtte mch hand 521 w Main 
Bray miss Lenora F, 521 w Main • 
Bray miss Martha E, cgtte pkr 521 w Main 
Bray mrs M E V, 521 w Main 

Bray Thos M, cgtte mch hand 521 w Main 

Bray W H, farmer 521 \v Main 

Brewer mrs Dora, cgtte pkr 407 Lea 

Brewer W B, carpenter 407 Lea 

Briggs miss Blanche, 207 Dillard 

Briggs Clifton A, 207 Dillard 

Briggs mrs Fannie, 207 Dillard 

Briggs P M, book keeper, B D Tob Co, r 207 Dillard 

Briggs Robert Emmett, 207 Dillard 

Bright T P, shoemaker, 200 w Main basement, r 118 
South 

Bright mrs Sarah, 118 South 

Broadwell mrs Angeline, 109 s Gregson 

Broadwell A G, carpenter, 109 s Gregson 

Brock D L, 662 Manguni 

Brock J L, 

Brock mrs Martha, 112 Carr 

Brock mrs Mary J, 662 Mangum 

Brock T H, 

Brock W P, box maker at Dukes Factory, 112 Carr 

Brockwell R L, 114 North 

Brogden mrs C F, 514 w Main 

Brogden miss Jennie, dress maker, 503 Mangum 

Brogden J R, 514 w Main 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco p^prr'n^: 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 



ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice- For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

86 DIRECTORY— White. 



Brogden miss Olympia, cgtte pkr, 503 Manguin 

Brogden W T, 503 Manguin 

Brooks J W, treas for Alliance Plug Factory, 415 w 

Green, r Caswell Hill 
Brown A A, cigar maker, 109 e Main, bds 204 McMan- 

nen 
Brown miss Ada M, 204 McMannen 
Brown Chas C, dept overseer Blackwell's Fact, r 204 

McMannen 
Brown miss Emma J, 204 McMannen 
Bro\yn Oilman, cgtte maker, 130 e main, r E Durham 
Brown H J, iii Church 
Brown Dr J C, dentist, office 1 1 1 e Main up stairs, r 

318 e Pettigrew 
Brown J C K, 318 e Pettigrew 
Brown Jas W, paper box maker, 114 North 
Brown miss Laura, dress maker, 204 MclVIannen 
Brown mrs Maggie, 114 North 
Brown Oscar, 204 Randolph 

Brown P A, mgr Far Alliance Mdse Co, 103 e i\Iain 
Brown mrs Sarah 204 McMannen 
Brown mrs Sallie A, 204 Randolph 
Brown mrs Sallie G, 318 e Pettigrew 
Brown Theodore A, " " 

Brown Willie S, " 

Browning mrs Caroline 526 w Proctor 
Browning C R, 102 Guess Road 
Browning mrs E J, boarding, 204 McINIannen 
Browning nu's F C, 102 Guess Road 
Browning mrs Hallie 317 Morgan 
Browning J M, 102 Guess Rcr.d 
Browning J N, 102 Guess Road 
Browning miss Mag, loi w Proctor 
Browning Wni, 526 w Peabody 
Browning Wm M, carpenter, 317 Morgan 

Jr l\/r K n\^ K \l famishes Life and Accident Insurance 
. J . iVi ALl\ A 1 at lowest cost. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, is unques- 
tionably one of the strongest life companies in America. 



i-pAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passin,iT through the Cities 
I of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbur}-, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and vSouth 
West. For information, address, J. L,. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 87 

Bruce nirs ]\Iaiid, 122 South 

Bruce S C, foreman "Recorder," 108 e Main up-stairs, 
r-i22 South 

Bryan Mrs E K, artist, 406 e Main 

Br}'an E L, clerk, 300 Mangum, r 406 e Main 

Bryan miss Helen, 311 e Pettigrew 

Bryan Louis W, 109 Broadway 

Br\'an miss Ma}- E, 406 e Main 

Bryan miss Minnie, 109 Broadway 

Buchanan miss Emma, 408 Rigsbee ave 

Buchanan mrs Fannie E, cor Broadwa\' and Rigsbee ave 

Buchanan Jno A, 408 Rigsbee ave 

Buchanan miss Louise, 408 Rigsbee ave 

Buchanan L T, Prin Dur M Academy, 213 Cleveland, 
r cor Broadway and Rigsbee ave 

Buchanan miss Maude, 408 Rigsbee ave 

Buckner R G, teacher graded school, bds 214 e Main 

Budd miss Roxa, 202 Dillard 

Burch Joab, clerk, 300 Mangum, r 115 Broadway 

Burch J Scott, floor mgr Parrish Warehouse, 300 Man- 
gum 

Burch mrs Mollie L, 115 Broadway 

Burch S B, clerk, 100 w Main 

Burns mrs M C, 114 Ramseur 

Burt miss Edie, 209 Liberty 

Burton mrs Nannie, 212 Ramseur 

Burton R C, tobacconist, 213 Foster, r 212 Ramseur 

Busbee mrs Cornelia, 330 Chapel Hill 

BuSBEE W M, atto-at-law, office : court house, bds Hotel 
Claiborn 

Butts A N, confectioner, 106 w Main, r 504 Mangum 

Butts mrs Ada V, 504 Mangum 

Butts W M, clerk, 106 w Main, bds 504 Mangum 



Reliable and Satisfactory! 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



fake the fiedmont Air-lias, rS", xStoirD. c! 

and Ricliniond, Va., to Atheiis^and Birniingliani. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

88 DIRECTORY— White. 

CAIN Dr J F, physician and surgeon, 113 South 
Cain mrs Julia, 113 South 
Cain miss Sudie, 113 South 
Cain S R, on R & D R R, r 113 South 
Caldwell J H, clerk R & D R R depot 
Calloway W B, 509 w Main 
Campbell miss Annie G, 102 Dandy 
Campbell miss Belle, 205 Queen 
Campbell miss Cornelia, 102 Dandy 
Campbell J P, shoemaker, 200 w Main (basement) r 102 

Dandy 
Campbell mrs M F, 102 Dandy 
Campbell R H, 102 Dandy 
Campbell Willie T, 102 Dandy 

Cannady Iniss Jennie, cigette inspector 213 Rigsbee ave 
Cannady miss Laura, 213 Rigsbee ave 
Cannady mrs Margaret, 213 Rigsbee ave 
Cannady Ruffin, brick mason, 213 Risbee ave 
Cannady Thomas, brick mason, 213 Rigsbee ave 
Carden miss x'Vlice, 305 Lea 
Carden Alvis, 303 Lea 
Carden mrs Annie, 304 Fuller 
Carden Archy, 102 Cora 
Carden A F, 304 Fuller 
Carden mrs Bettie, 316 Chapel Hill 
Carden miss Caroline, 102 Cora 
Carden HA, 124 Carr 
Carden Jones, 316 Chapel Hill 
Carden miss Julia, 529 w Main 
Carden J C, 124 Carr 
Carden John S, 305 Lea 
Carden mrs Lula 303 Lea 
Carden mrs Margaret A, 524 w Peabody 
Carden mrs Mattie, 316 Chapel Hill 
Carden mrs Nannie, 124 Carr 

T 1\T Q T T P T? ^^'^^^'^ •!• J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN iJ U lA J_J Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



T^AKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE.Passingtlirough the Cities 
1 of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and vSoutli 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White, 8^ 

Carden mrs Rebecca A, 305 Lea 

Carden W F, 524 w Peabody 

Carlton miss Eva B, 405 Rigsbee ave 

Carlton F M, clerk, 126 w Main., bds Hopkins House 

Carlton J W, (Faucette Dur Tob and Snuif Co) 204 Pop- 
lar, r 405 Rigsbee ave 

Carlton miss L Kempie, 405 Rigsbee ave 

Carlton L M, 114 Poplar 

Carlton miss Mittic L, 405 Rigsbee ave 

Carlton mrs Sue M, 405 Rigsbee ave 

Carpenter miss Carrie W, princijDal Aleth Feyi Sem, bds 
214 e Main 

Carpenter mrs Cora, cigette inspector, 401 Lea 

Carr mrs Annie- E, 408 e Main 

Carr miss Annie S, 602 Lea 

Carr Dr A G, physician and surgeon, 106 e INIain (up 
stairs) r 408 e Main 

Carr ni:ss Carrie, 206 Cleveland 

Carr Claiborne M, cor Dillard and Ramseur 

Carr mrs Clara, 602 Lea 

Carr miss Clara L, 602 Lea 

Carr Edward P, 408 e Main 

Carr miss Ethel L, 602 Lea 

Carr John R, 408 e Main 

Carr J S, cor Dillard and Ramseur 

Carr J S, Jr, cor Dillard and Ramseur 

Carr L A, (Morgan & Carr) com merchant, 202 Man- 
gum, r 602 Lea 

Carr miss Lida M, cor Dillard and Ramseur 

Carr miss Lalla R, cor Dillard and Ramseur 

Carr Marvin A, " " 

Carr mrs Nannie G, " " 

Carr Robt E, lawyer, 408 e Main 

Carr Willie, 408 e Main 

Carrington mrs N F, 128 McMannen 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco plpirini""™; 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEvST.'' 



Take the Piedmsnt Ak-Uns, f^r, ^j!°:;^l,':rD "c! 

aiul Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birniinghain. For information,, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



90 DIRECTORY— White. 



Carriiigton mrs Sula, loi w Proctor 

Carrington W T, fanner, 128 McManneii 

Carrington S R, r loi w Proctor 

Carroll iiirs Fannie E, 139 McMannen 

Carroll J O, shoemaker, 114 w Main, r 139 McMannen 

Carroll W H, clerk, 246 w Main, bds 213 e Main 

Carter Jno S, liver>' and sales stable, 104 e Green 

Carter mrs Mollie B, 104 e Green 

Carter W C, janitor court house, r North Durham 

Car\'er mrs Nannie T, 226 Cleveland 

Carver O T, book keeper, 200 w Main, r 226 Cleveland 

Cash F H, 644 Mangum 

Cash H W, 

Cash mrs Kate " 

Cash Leonard, •" • 

Cash Linwood, cigtte mkr, 130 e Main, bds N Durham 

Cash miss Lizzie, 303 e Main 

Cash R A, 644 Mangum 

Cates Sam, "• 

Cates A P, 109 Garrett's Alley 

Cates miss Cerinna, 308 Roxboro 

Cates miss Delia, 105 Holloway 

Cates H M, carpenter, 112 s Gregson 

Cates mrs Ida F, 109 Garrett's Alley 

Cates Isaiah, wheelright, 112 s Gregson 

Cates Joe R, cigtte maker, 130 e Main, r 508 w Main 

Cates J C, 626 Mangum 

Cates J F, 300 " 

Cates miss Lucy, 308 Roxboro 

Cates miss Maiy, 314 e Pettigrew 

Cates mrs Maggie, 508 w Main 

Cates mrs Maggie M, 626 Mangum 

Cates mrs Mary, 112 s Gregson 

Cates mrs Mary, 626 Mangum 

Cates Montgomery, 308 Roxboro 

TN^TTPF with J. J. MACKAY. Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
11 1 O U JaJu Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKETHE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities ■ 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenbiirg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Oainsville and Athens, to the South and vSouth West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. h. Ta3'lor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 91 

Cates mrs Rlioda E, 112 s Gregson 

Cat£s W H, wheelwright,, 408 Mangum, r 626 r^Iangum 

Candle miss Annie A, 206 Mote'iead ave 

Candle mrs Annie B, 206 Morehead ave 

Candle C C, local eng B D C T Co, r 206 Morehead ave 

Candle Joe J, 206 Morehead ave 

Candle miss Millie E, 206 Morehead ave 

Chad wick mrs ME, 106 Cleveland 

Chad wick R W, 106 Cleveland 

Chamberlain Frank H, clerk,, 122 McMannen, r .612 

Mangnni 
Chamberlain H B, printer, 119 Mangnm, (np stairs) r 

* 612 Mangnm 
Chamberlain Jas W, 612 Mangnni 
Chamberlain Lonie L, pres.sman,, 119 Mangnm (np stairs) 

r 612 Mangnm 
CJiamberlain mrs O L, 612 Mangum 
Chamberlain S W, clerk, 400 w Main, r 612 IMangnm 
Cheatham mrs Lnna, 313 w Pettigrew 
Cheatham R I, agent D&NRR, 313W Pettigrew 
Cheek Fnrnitnre Co, 211 Mangnm cor w Parrish 
Cheek miss Amanda, 102 e PettigTew 
Cheek Albert, 607 w Pettigrew 
Cheek Arthiu", " " 

Cheek A M, carpenter, 607 w Pettigrew 
Cheek miss Bessie, " " 

Cheek Clarence, (Cheek Fnr Co) 211 Manginn, r 616 

Mangnm 
Cheek Edw'd H, cigtte maker, 607 w Pettigrew 
Cheek Fletcher, 202 Jackson 
Cheek mrs Florence, 202 Jackson ^ 

Cheek F M, 202 Jackson 
Cheek Jas A, cigtte maker, 607 w Pettigrew 
Cheek James M, 520 w Main 
Cheek John A, carpenter, 520 w Main 



BE vSURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



Take the PledmQnt Air-line ^,:;Xi^:^,^. 

New Orleans, Sliriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

92 DIRECTORY— White. 



Cheek J W, clerk, 117 e Main, r 145 McMannen 

Cheek iiirs Mary A, 520 w Main 

Cheek mrs ME, 616 Mangum 

Cheek mrs Nannie L, 614 Lea 

Cheek P B, policeman, 614 Lea 

Cheek miss Sarah E, cigtte pkr, 607 \v Pettigrew 

Cheek T E, book keeper, 105 w Main, r 106 e Pettigrew 

Cheek T F, (Cheek Fur Co) 211 Mangum r 616 Mangum 

Cheek Wesley, clerk, 203 w Main, bds 106 Jackson 

Cheek Wm F, cigtte maker, r 607 w Pettigrew 

Chin R, 107 Cora 

Chisenhall miss Lorena, 309 Willard 

Christian miss Ada, 338 Chapel Hill 

Christian miss Annie, 313 Chapel Hill 

Christian mrs Annie, 105 Jackson 

Christian mrs A E, 313 Chapel Hill 

Christian Arthur, 608 Mangum 

Christian Chas E, elk D & N depot, r 406 Riggsbe ave 

Christian John A, tob worker, 406 Rigsbee ave 

Christian J B, street com, 313 Chapel Hill 

Christian J N, carpenter, (Christian & Co), 338 Chapel 

Hill 
Christian J T, cggte mch hand, r 338 Chapel Hill 
Christian L S, elk Sash & Blind Fact, cor Ramsey and 

e Pettigrew, r 105 Jackson 
Christian mrs Lou T, 406 Rigsbee ave 
Christian miss M A, 313 Chapel Hill 
Christian mrs Nannie E, 608 Mangum 
Christian mrs Nancy J, 338 Chapel Hill 
Christian Robert, 338 Chapel Hill 
Christian vSeymour, 608 Mangum 
Christian miss Rosa, 338 Chapel Hill 
Christian T S, contractor and builder, 608 Mangum 
Christian Wm, 406 Rigsbee ave 

TN^TIPF ^^^^^ J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 i^ O U ix Ej Associa^^ion of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Passlngtlirong"h the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, vSpartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Oainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 93 



Christian W J, Faucette Dur Tob & Snuff Co, r. 406 
Rigsbee ave 

Christian W J Jr, 608 Mangnm 

Christian Wm T, 313 Chapel Hill 

Christmas miss Eliza, 209 Queen 

Christmas mrs Elizabeth, 206 Cleveland 

Christmas miss Fannie, 209 Queen 

Christmas miss Ida, teacher, 206 Cleveland 

Christopher mrs Eliza, 210 Lea 

Clark Charlie, 204 Roxboro 

Clark miss Ellen, 204 Roxboro 

Clark miss Lelia, " 

Clark mrs Julia, 655 Mangum 

Clark Joseph A, " 

Clark J Iv, supt Z I Lyon & Co's Fact, r 204 Roxboro 

Clark L L, asst supt Z I Lyon & Co, r 204 Roxboro 

Clark mrs N A, 243 Cleveland 

Clark mrs Sarah, 118 Hunt 

Clark mrs S E, 204 Roxboro 

Clark W L, carpenter, 243 Cleveland 

Clark WY, u c. u 

Clayton miss Martha A, 507 w Main 

Clements mrs x\nnie, 105 Garretts Alley 

Clements mrs Carrie, 202 Cleveland 

Clements D E, elk, 628 Mangum 

Clements mrs Mary J, 105 Garretts Alley 

Clements Julian L, tobacconist, 641 Mangum 

Clements mrs Mag C, 641 Mangum 

Clements R S, book kpr 210 w Main, bds 105 Garretts 
Alley 

Clements mrs Susan A, 105 Garretts Alley 

Clements Thos, cgtte maker, 130 e Main, bds Roxboro 

Clements Wayne, tob weigher (B D Tob Co) 105 Gar- 
retts Alley 

Clements W E, cgtte maker, 130 e Main, r 641 Mangum 

Reliable and Satisfactory ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



The Great Passenger and Freightt 
yi4^Nj4^'} Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight vSer- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

94 DIRECTORY— White. 



Clifton mrs Cassandra A, .508 Mahguni 

Clifton miss Eda A, cgtte pkr, 50S Manguni 

Clifton j R, cgtte mch hand, " " 

Clifton miss Lenora E, cgttc pkr, " '"'" 

Closs mrs M A, 217 Dillard 

Cohen Moses, 107 Cora 

Cole miss Ida, 319 Morgaii 
-Cole mrs Jane E, 303 Jackson 

Cole miss Jennette, 305 Lea 

Cole J L, dry goods, 1146 Main 

Cole John, cgtte mkr, 130 e Main, bds N Durham 

Cole h G, book kpr, Morris Mfg Co, r 621 Manguni 

Cole mrs LoUie L, 621 Manguni 

Cole miss Minnie D, 105 Jones 

Cole miss Phedonia A, 105 Jones 

Cole mrs Susan, 310 South 

Cole mrs S C, 105 Jones 

Cole S J, " " 

Cole W C, 104 Vickers Alley 
•CoUey miss Eliza, cgtte pkr, r 107 s Gregson 

Col ley mrs Emma, 107 s Gregson 

Col ley miss Patty cgtte pkr, r 107 s Gregson 

Collins mrs Bettie, 105 e Proctor 

Collins Charlie ^ ic 

Collins J J, bds 11 1 Church 

CoUinsJ S, 1C5 e Proctor 

Conrad mrs Clara, dress maker, r 423 Lea 

Conrad miss Claudia, cgtte pkr " " 

Conrad Joseph, 423 Lea 

Conrad miss Mary, 423 Lea 

Conrad miss Orian, cgtte insp, r 423 Lea 

Cooley Mrs DA, 204 Randolph 

Cooley mrs Mary A, 541 w Main 

Cooley I M, 204 Randolph 

Cooley mrs Narcissa, 204 Randolph 

JT 1\/r A P l^ A V represents the FideIvITy MuTuai. LifE 
. U. iYiAL/j\/\ 1 As.sociATiON of Philadelphia. 
Before hisuring your life do not fail to see J. J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKETHEPIEDMONTAIRLINE, piissing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 95 

Cooper mrs Dora, 107 Cora 

'Cooper iiirs Emma 305 South 

Cooper mrs Nannie, 306 Ramseur 

Cooper miss Willie, 305 South 

Cooper W C, 305 South 

Cooper W R, (of C & Rowland) 112 McMannen, r 306 

Ramseur 
CORBETT J F, Pres Faucette Tob Co, r 218 Morris 
Corbett, mrs Georgia A, 218 Morris 
Corbett Thomas, 
Corbett W J 

Couch mrs Addie, 312 Chapel Hill 
Couch A A, elk, 203 w Main, r 106 Jackson 
Couch miss Annie J, 523 w Main 
Couch C P, farmer. 
Couch mrs Emily, 112 s Gregson 
Couch mrs F J, boarding, 106 Jackson 
Couch miss Geneva, 212 Rigsbee ave 
Couch Geo H, 312 Chapel Hill 
Couch miss Hannah S, 523 w Main. 
Couch miss Homie C, 129 South 
Couch miss J C, 312 Chapel Hill 
Couch miss J H, 603 w Pettigrew 
Couch miss J W, " 
Couch miss Lucy A, 523 w Main 
Couch, mrs Maggie, 602 w Pettigrew 
Couch miss Martha, 106 Lea 
Couch mrs Mary A, 523 w Main 
Couch mrs Mary E, 204 Yancey 
Couch miss Mary E, 523 w Main 
Couch miss Sadie, 204 Yancey 
Couch W J, 212 Rigsbee ave 
Couch Wm H, 204 Yancey 
Council miss Bulah C, 327 Chapel Hill 
Council R J, watchman, 300 Mangum, r 327 Chapel Hill 

GENUINE DURHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



Tlie Great Passenger and Freight 
'l Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice- For information, address, J. ly. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

96 DIRECTORY— White. 

Council, mrs S A, ^i'^'] Chapel Hill 
Council T L, elk 119 e Main., bds Pine 
Council Zeb Vance," 327 Chapel Hill 
Cox, A B, tobaconist, lii Pine r E Durhuni 
Cox mrs A D, r 106 Roney 
Cox A G & Co, grocers 129 e Main 
Cox miss Bettie, 204 Morris 
Cox mrs Bettie S, r 204 Morris 
Cox mrs Ella, 514 w Peabody 
Cox Erasmus, 516 w Peabody 
Cox Jno A, 204 Morris 
Cox Jno A Jr, elk, 204 Morris. 
Cox Jno H, 514 w Peabody 
Cox miss Katie, 204 Morris 
Cox miss Laura J, 516 w Peabody 
Cox miss Lena, 204 Morris 
Cox miss Martha L, 516 w Peabody 
Cox mrs Mary J, " '' 

Cox miss Laura J, " " 

Cox R C, tobacconist, 115 Roney, r 106 Roney 
Cozart miss Alta, 117 Ramseur 
Cozart mrs B M, boarding, 300 w Peabody 
Cozart mrs Bettie W, 117 Ramseur 
Cozart miss Cora E, 300 w Peabody 
Cozart miss Hallie 117 Ramseur 
Cozart, T G, tobacconist, 117 Ramseur 
Crabtree A A, 328 Chapel Hill 
Crabtree nn-s Bedie, 211s Gregson 
Crabtree mrs Bettie, 107 Cora 
Crabtree mrs Carrie, dress maker, 105 Cora 
Crabtree Chas E, book kpr 122 e Pettigrew, r 414 Rigs- 
bee ave 
Crabtree Frank, 506 \v Peabody 
Crabtree Geo A, cgtte mach hand, 211 s Gregson 
Crabtree Henry, 213 Morehead ave 

JT 1\/r A r^l^ A V fu"^ishes Life and Accident Insurance 
. J . lYi A U J\ /l 1 at lowest cost. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, is unques- 
tionably one of the strongest life companies in America. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, PassingOirougli tlie Cities 
ot Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salibbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For miorniaticn, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White, 97 



Crabtree James, cglte macli hand, r 2 1 1 s Gregsoii 

Crabtree miss Jessie, 334 Chapel Hill 

Crabtree miss Lydia, cook, 309 Ramseiir 

Crabtree mrs Maggie L, 309 Jackson 

Crabtree miss Mar}- A, 414 Rigsbee ave 

Crabtree mrs Mar}' E, 103 Garrett Alle}- 

Crabtree mrs Mary S, 338 Chapel Hill 

Crabtree mrs ]\Iattie, 506 w Peabody 

Crabtree Newton, watchman, W Duke Sons & Co, r 211 

s Gregson 
Crabtree mrs Occie, 506 w Peabody 
Crabtree Robt E, 309 Morgan 
Crabtree Robt W, 414 Rigsbee ave 
Crabtree Sam, 506 w Peabody 
Crabtree mrs Sarah, 213 Morehead ave 
Crabtree Thos H, 414 Risbee ave 
Crabtree Wm C, 414 Rigsbee ave 
Crabtree Wm F, 328 Chapel Hill 
Crabtree W G, 309 Jackson 
Crabtree W H, box maker, 115 Cora 
Crabtree Wm H, tob worker, 107 Cora 
Crabtree mrs V A, 414 Rigsbee ave 
Crawford miss Lizzie, 106 Lea 
Crenshaw miss Martha, 205 Queen 
Crews mrs Cecilia J, 304 Chapel Hill 
Crews Charlie, 304 Chapel Hill 
Crews- T J, tobacconist, r 304 Chapel Hill 
Crews Wm T, r 304 Chapel Hill 
Crockett miss Bettie, 403 Mangum 
Crockett miss Lucy, 403 Mangum 

Crockett miss Sally C, elk, 124 e Main, bds 403 Mangum 
Croom D M, cig mch hand, 212 Lea 
Croom E L, cig mch hand, 212 Lea 
Croom mrs Fannie, 212 Lea 

Blackwell's Durham Tol^acco X^::i^C;. 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 



e the Fiedmoii.t Air-Lin^e west,Montgomery!MobUe! 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. P'or information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

98 DIRECTORY— White. 



Crooin miss Mamie, cgtte pkr, 212 Lea 

Croom mrs Mary E, 212 Lea 

Croom Stewart, cig mch hand, r 212 Lea 

Cross Chas R, clerk, 206 Mangum, r 617 Mangum 

Cross miss Mary S, 617 Mangmn 

Cross James W, 617 Mangmn 

Cross mrs Susana R, wdw, 617 Mangiim 

Crumpler R H, clerk, 112 w Main 

Cnnningim, Rev. W H, 511 e Main 

Cunninginr mrs Louisa, 511 e Main 

Currell W H, carpenter, bds 400 Mangum 

Currie miss Magg'ie, 208 e Pettigrew 

Cutts miss Alice, 119 South 

Cutts rriiss Berta, " " 

Cutts Charlie, " " 

Cutts Fabius, " " 

Cutts miss Flora, " " 

Cutts miss Jane P, " " 

Cutts JnoPJr, 

Cutts mrs Lilian, " " 

Cutts Willie, " " 

DALBY E, tobacconist, bds Hopkins House 
Daniel A L, grocer, 100 Chapel Hill, no Vickers 
Alley 
Daniel miss Dicey, no Vickers Alley 
Daniel mrs Matilda A, no Vickers Alley 
Darnall F M, 303 e Main 
DarnallHJ, " 
Darnall WE," 

Darnall Rev H T, pastor Pres Church, 303 e Main 
Darnall mrs M P, 303 e Main 
Darnall Sam'l F, " 
Darnall T V, prof of music, 303 e Main 
Darnall & Thomas, Pianos, 105 e Main, up-stairs 



THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South'West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Ta\-lor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 99 

Daniall miss Lucy, artist, 105 e Main,bds 137 McMamien 

Davis nirs B, dry goods etc, 120 e Main, bds 200 Pine 

Davis D x-l, III Church 

Davis miss Emma, 603 \v Pettigrew 

Davis R D, 205 Jackson 

Davis mrs R D, 205 Jackson 

Day Irving C, 304 e Main 

Day mrs Jennie E, 304 e Main 

Day miss Lilian A, " " 

Day J R, tobacconist, 304 e ^lain 

Deans S, 107 Cora 

Deaton T M, saloon, 104 Mangum 

Deaver Geo, r 1 2 Mangum 

Debnam mrs M K, 112 Broadway 

Debnam T C, cigar mkr, 109 e Main, r 112 Broadway 

Debnam W K, 112 Broadway 

Dennis A W, elk, 115 e Main, r 212 Liberty 

Dennis miss Mary B, 21.1 Liberty 

Dennis mrs P H, r 212 Libertv 

Dennis W K, tinner, 115 e IMain, r 212 Liberty 

DeVlarming, tobacconist, 600 Mangum, bds Hotel Clai- 

born 
Dick miss Annie, 604 Mangum 
Dickinson Mrs Bettie M, 203 Fuller 
Dickinson Jno B, " " 

Dickinson Joe W, " " 

Dickson Clifton 302 Lea 
Dickson Clyde, 

Dickson mrs Jessie H, wdw, 302 Lea 
Dickson, S A, clerk, 116 w Main, bds 302 Lea 
Dixon, miss Delia, cheroot mkr, 611 Mangum 
Dixon, mrs Delia, in Jackson 
Dixon miss Fannie, no Carr 
Dixon F S, cigar mkr, 109 e Main up-stairs, bds no 

Carr 

Reliable and Satisfactory / 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the f iedmont Air-iine, ,2n tS^S;Jl::%'Z 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

loo DIRECTORY— White. 



Dixon Jennie, 330 Chapel Hill 

Dixon John, trader, 611 Mangiim* 

Dixon Joseph, cheroot mkr, 113 and 115 IMangiini up 
stairs 

Dixon J L, bottler, 226 w Main, r 611 Manguni 

Dixon J W, 330 Chapel Hill 

Dixon Mack, saloon elk, 109 e Peabody, bds 611 Man- 
gum 

Dixon mrs MA, 105 Markhani 

Dixon rars M J, 330 Chapel Hill 

Dixon mrs Patty B, 611 Mangum 

Dixon Thos G, policeman, 105 Markhain 

Dixon miss Viola E, 330 Chapel Hill 

Dixon W H, box mkr Blackwell's Dur Co-op Tob Co, r 
III Jackson 

Dodson mrs Avaline, 504 Mangum 

Dodson Michael, " " 

Dodson miss Minnie R, 504 Mangum 

Dollar mrs Ruth, 107 Garretts Alley 

Dollar W J, 107 Garrett's Alley 

Domestic Sewing Machine Co, W R Murray & Co 
agents, 103 w Main 

Douglass A W & Co, saloon, iii Mangum 

Douglass Geo L, m mangtim, 

Dowd J W, dept supt Blackwell's Dur Co-op Tob Co, r 
103 Dillard 

Dowd miss Mamie, 103 Dillard 

Dowd mrs Susan, " " 

Dowd Willie, " " 

Dowdee miss Emma E, 204 Church 

Dowdee H H, elk, 124 w Main, r 204 Church 

Dowdee Jno W, 204 Church 

Dowdee mrs Josephine, 204 Church 

Dowdee LL, cc cc 

Dowdee miss Myrtle M, " " 

JT 1\/r A r^\^ A V furnishes Life and Accident Insurance 
. J . iViAL/I\ A 1 at lowest cost. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, is unques- 
tionably one of the strongest life companies in America. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passinjjtlirough the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbur}-, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. loi 



Dowdee R P, harness mkr, 204 Church 

Dowdee mrs Sally C, boarding, 204 Church 

Uowtin Sam W, 200 South 

Draughan A J, grocer, 545 w Main 

Draughan mrs Cornelia, 545 w Main 

Duke A J, 210 Lea 

Duke B'L, W Duke Sons & Co, office 128 w Main up 

stairs, r 411 Duke 
Duke B N, W Duke Sons & Co, r 107 Chapel Hill cor 

Willard ave 
Duke mrs Eliza A, sack stringer, r 21O Lea 
Duke J B, (W Duke S'.ns & Co) r 356 w Peabody and 

New York 
Duke Jos J, paper box mkr, r 210 Lea 
Duke mrs Sallie A, r 107 Chapel Hill 
Duke W, (W Duke Sons & Co) r 336 w Peabody 
Duke W SioNS & Co, mfrs smoking tob and cigarettes, 

318-332 w Peabody 

Dunlap E L, plumber, 121 e Main, r Mangum 

Dunlap mrs Carrie J, Mangum 

Dunn B H, tinner, 1156 Main, r 125 South 

Dunn mrs Lizzie, 125 South 

Durham mrs A B, r 302 Church 

Durham D D, clerk, 103 \v Main, bds 446 Roxboro 

Durham David E, paper box mkr, r 319 Chapel Hill 

Durham mrs Harriet D, 319 Chapel Hill 

Durham H L, 302 Church 

Durham J S, carpenter, 319 Chapel Hill 

Durham mrs Lucy A, 635 Mangum 

Durham miss Lula K, cgtte pkr, r 316 Chapel Hill 

Durham miss Mattie H, 319 Chapel Hill 

Durham Oscar L, 30J Church 

Durham R L, printer, 118 w Main (up stairs) r 319 

Chapel Hill 
Durham T C, 302 Church 

BLACKWELLS DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



PISM3NI AIE-UKl, SZ 'i^Zi:S^^t!S^ 

ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

I02 DIRECTORY— White. 



Durham W G, grocer, 635 Mangum 

Durham Dr W J H, physician and surgeon, r 302 Church 

Durham Baptist Female Institcjte, E L Middleton 

prin, cor Mangum and Seminary 
Durham City Bakery, H M Rosemond, prop, 126 e 

Main (basement) 
Durham Consolidated Land and Improvement Co, 

R H Wright sec and treas, office Room No 9, 

Wright Building, cor Corcoran and w Main 
Durham Daily Sun, Jas A Robinson editor, 118 w 

Main, up-stairs 
Durham Electric Light Co, G R Blackwell sec, office 

Blackwell's Factory 
Durham Foundry and Machine Shops, — Albezette 

prop, 216 to 224 w Peabody 
Durham Fertilizer Co, L A Carr, sec and treas 

office 202 Mangum, factory East Durham 
Durham Marble Works, R I Rogers prop, 219 w 

Main 
Durham Medicated Cigarette Co, 130 e Main, up 

stairs 
Durham Paper Box Factory, Jno C Rogers prop, 

120 w Main up stairs 
Durham Recorder, E C Hackney editor, 108 e Main 

up stairs 
Durham Sash Door and Blind Factory, W H Wor- 

tham prop, cor Ramsey and e Pettigrew 
Durham School of Music, T V Darnall director, 125 

e Main up stairs 
Durham Supply Co, B L Duke prop, 126 w j\Iain 
Durham Water Co, S W Holman prest and supt, 121 

e Main 
Dwartz M. 107 Cora 
Dyer mrs Emma J, 208 Pine 



TMCT1DT7 '^"th J.J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U IX Li AssociaHon of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, vSeneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the vSoutli and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 103 



Dyer Geo R, clerk, 115 Mangum, bds 208 Pine 

Dyer Jno W, auct Banner W H 214 w Main, r 208 Pine 

EAKS mrs Bettie, 104 Liberty 
Eaks Madison, confectioner, 104 w Main, r 104 Lib- 
erty 

Eaks Wm A, tob pkr, 104 Liberty 

Earp mrs Mary, 314 Chapel Hill 

Earp miss Minnie, 314 Chapel Hill 

Earp Z T, 314 Chapel Hill 

Educator Co (The), publishers, printers and binders, cor 
Main and Mangum, up stairs 

Educator Teachers' Co-operative Association, The 
Educator Co pi ops, Edwin S. Sheppe, genl mana- 
ger, cor Main and Mangum up stairs 

Edwards Alex, 508 Mangum 

Edwards miss Annie B, 508 Mangum 

Edwards A W, 104 Jackson 

Edwards C H, 306 Ramseur 

Edwards E E, 104 Jackson 

Edwards Geo E, 306 Ramseur 

Edwards H F, grocer, 628 Mangmn, r 462 Roxboro 

Edwards miss Lucretia, 212 w Cobb 

Edwards mrs Lula F, 462 Roxboro 

Edwards mrs Mary, 508 Mangum 

Eldridge W W, cheroot maker, 113 and 115 Mangum 

Eliason W A, clerk, 102 e Parrish 

Ellington mrs Rosa L, 307 Lea 

Ellington T. M, 307 Lea 
f Ellington W W, grocer, 303 Mangum, bds 400 Mangum 

Elliott A G, grocer, 112 w Main, r 136 McMannen 

Elliott mrs Callie M, 136 McMannen 

Ellis mrs Annice, 605 w Pettigrew 

Ellis A J, saloon, 112 Church, r 117 McMannen 

Ellis mrs L W, 216 Liberty 

T i\/r A PI/" A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
U. iVlAUlVA 1 As.sociATiON of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J . J . M ACK A Y . 

He can save you money. 



Take the Redssat Air-tiae, ;!^ ^^SS^^^VIT:. 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information., 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

104 DIRECTORY— White. 



Ellis miss Pearl, 605 w Pettigrew 

Ellis W F, (Ellis Stone & Co), 124 w Main, r 216 Lib- 

ert}' 
Ellis, Stone «& Co, diy goods, 125 w Main 
Enock Barnet, clens;, 116 e Main 
Enoch Harris, clerk, 116 e Main 
Etheridge miss Francis, 324 Chapel Hill 
Etheridge miss Martha, *•' '■' 

Etheridge mrs Mildred, " '■' 

Etheridge miss Rona "■ "^ 

Event mrs Jennie, 109 Hunt 

FAIRBROTHER AL, editor Daily Globe, 1296 Main 
np stairs, r Alston a\^e 

Fairbrother mrs M H, local editor Daily Globe, 129 e 
Main, r Alston ave 

Fanning miss B F, 216 Dillard 

Fanning mrs E C 216 Dillard 

Fanning miss Etta M, teacher graded school, r 216 Dil- 
lard 

Fanning F D, book kpr, 202 Mangum, r 216 Dillard 

FarlowJ E, 109 Dandy 

Fanners' Alliance W H, 400 w Main 

Farthing mrs Addie, 106 Reams ave 

Farthing mrs A E, i2i McMannen 

Farthing mrs C A, 303 McMannen 

Farthing G C, 121 McMannen 

Farthing Hargis, pattern maker, r 303 McMannen 

Farthing mrs Roxie, 123 McManr.en 

Farthing T B, 123 McMannen 

Farthing W S, grocer, (F & Belvin) lOOwParrish, r 106 
Reams ave 

Farthing & Belvin, grocers, 100 w Parrish cor Mangnm 

Faucette A P, 209 Roxboro 

Fancette Chas K, bds 400 Morehead ave 

TNQT1PT7 '^^i^'i J- J- MACK AY. Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 1 N O U i\ ill Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing thro ugh the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. los 



Faucette mrs Ella, 209 Roxboro 

Faucette E W, _(W R Murray & Co) 103 w Main 

Faucette miss Julia, 209 Roxboro 

Faucette Jas P, depot R & D R R 

Faitcette mrs Kate R, r 217 Dillard 

Faucette miss Lina, 209 Roxboro 

Faucette L W K, 11 1 Church 

Faucette miss Mary H, 209 Roxboro 

Faucette miss Mattie, 217 Dillard 

Faucette R T Jr, 217 Dillard 

Faucette R T, The Faucette Durham Tob and Snuff 

Co, 204 Poplar, r 217 Dillard 
Faucette Durham Tobacco & Snuff Co, J F Cor- 

bett prest, W J Christian sec and treas, 204 to 208 

Poplar 
Felson iVaron, 127 e Main, bds Driver House 
Ferrell Albert, machinist, bds 405 Lea 
Ferrell miss Anna L, 213 Ramseur 
Ferrell miss Blanche, 209 Pine 
Ferrell Clarance A, clerk, 124 w Main, r 209 Pine 
Ferrell Chas E, local eng, 112 e Pettigrew, r 209 Pine 
Ferrell Chas E, 310 Dillard 
Ferrell miss Coras E, r 213 Ramseur 
Ferrell miss Ella, 213 Ramseur 
Ferrell mrs Emma, 109 Hunt 
Ferrell Ernest, 209 Pine 
Ferrell James A, 310 Dillard 
Ferrell J M, 109 Hunt 
Ferrell Jno M, box mkr, 213 Ramseur 
Ferrell mrs Lucy J, 310 Dillard 
Ferrell miss Malinda, 310 Dillard 
Ferrell mrs Mary A, 209 Pine - 
Ferrell mrs Mar}' M V, 213 Ramseur 
Ferrell M V, fireman, cor Holloway and Mangum 
Ferrell miss Pauline F, r 213 Ramseur 

Blackwell's Durham Toljacco ;:X'."u!,Tfr™: 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 

9 



Take tie HedmQnt 4ir-I.in,e, ™r, tSSiJi^%''S: 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. I-'or information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Gn. 

1 06 DIRECTORY— White. 



Ferrell Robt K, box nikr, 201 w Pettigrew, r 209 Pine 
p Ferrell R K, farmer, 213 Rainseiir 

Ferrell miss Susan C, 213 Ramseur 

Ferrell W A, 209 Pine 

Ferrell W B, local eng, 122 e Pettigrew, r 209 Pine 

Ferrell Wm T, tob pkr, 213 Ramseur 

Finkelstein M, dry goods, 100 Mangum 

Finklestein mrs Rebecca, 100 Mangum 
- Freeland W L, supt cig dept at Duke's, bds 509 w Main 

Freeman mrs F C, 225 Cleveland 

Fidelity Bank, G W Watts prest, J F Slaughter Jr 
cashier, h H Battle teller, 201 w Main 

First National Bank, J S Carr prest, L D Heartt, 
cashier, J M Whitted teller, 204 Mangum 

First Baptist Church, 307 Mangum 

Fisher miss Annie B, seamstress, 120 e Main, r no 
Reams ave 

Fisher mrs Annie, seamstress, no Reams ave 

Fisher Chas J, painter, 233 w Main, r 204 Jackson 

Fisher Jas R, painter, 204 Jackson 

Fisher mrs Mary B, 204 Jackson 

Fitchett miss Bertha, 312 Ramseur 

Fitchett miss Bessie " " 

Fitchett J M, stone mason, 312 Ramseur 

Fitchett mrs Lula, " " 

Fitchett miss Mollie, " " 

Fleet miss Florence Iv, music teacher Dur Feni Inst, bds 
216 Cleveland 

Flintom Franklin, farmer, in Cora 

Flintom miss Lilly May, " " 

Flintom mrs Molly ' " " 

Floyd Raleigh, (blind) 120 e Main up stairs 

Floyd T B, clerk, loi e Main, bds 400 Mangum 

Foliett A Iv, 106 Wyatt 

FoLLETT mrs C M V, millinery, 124 e Main, 106 Wyatt 

J I IVr A r^\^ A V fiirnislies Life and Accident Insurance 
. J . IVi A U J\ A 1 at lowest cost. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, is unques- 
tionably one of the strongest life companies in America. 



T A KE TH E PI EDMONTAIR-L IN £,Passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 107 

Follman Jno F^ prof of music, 215 Liberty 

FoUinan mrs Lizzie, " " 

Foiisliee mrs Corrine T, r 229-Cleveland 

Foiishee O B, kook kpr, 203 w Main, r 229 Cleveland 

Forsytlie J S, confectioner, 200 w Main, basement r North 

Durham 
Foster miss Cecilia, 210 Morris 

Foster mrs Cora E, " " 

Foster Dorson, " " 

Foster John W, 

Foster miss Mary C, " " 

Foster W E, kook kpr, r " 
Fountain mrs Alice, 136 Cai'r 
■ Fountain WW, 136 Carr 
Foust Kivit, D & N R R depot 
Fowler Alphonso, farmer, 109 Gafrett's x^lley 
Fowler A T, grocer, 132 Fayetteville 
Fowler miss Bettie, 307 Mofgan 
Fowler Ferrington, 508 \V Main 
Fowler mrs Nancy, 105 Garrett's Alley 
Fowler Jno S, saloon elk, loi Mangum 
Fowler M J, 205 Jackson 
Fraley miss Minnie, cgtte pkr, 514 w Main 
Freeland miss Addie, 208 Ramseuf 
Freeland Bertram, C " " 

Freeland miss Daisy " " 

Freeland miss Hattie " " 

Freeland JasD 

Freeland J F, salesman, 208 Ramseuf 
Freeland, J H, general manager Durham Supply Co, 

126 w Main, r 133 South 
Freeland mrs M F, 208 Ramseuf 
Freeland mrs M H, 133 South 
Freeland miss Rosa, 208 Ranlseuf 
Freeland W"^ E, clerk, 208 Ramseuf 

Reliable and Satisfactory ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the Piedmont hit-Uns, ^!Z xSl'^.t^ 'c! 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 08 DIRECTORY— White. 

Freelaiid W L, supt cgtte dept at Duke's, bds 509 w Main 

Fuller mrs A M, 409 e Main 

Fuller nirs Mena H, 307 e Main 

Fuller F L, lawyer, 204 Mangum, rooms 1-2 up stairs 

bds 409 e Main 
Fuller miss Margaret H, 409 e Main 
Fuller miss Nellie R, school teacher, 307 e Main 
Fuller Ralph B, 307 e Main 

Fuller Thos B, book kpr, B D C Tob Co, r 307 e Main 
Fuller Thos S, 409 e Main 
Fuller W W, lawyer, V P ist Nat Bank, 204 Mangum, 

rooms 1-2 up stairs, r 409 e Main 
Furman, Hubert, D & N R R depot, bds 313 w Pettigrew 

GAMMON Mrs J N, wdw, 400 e Main 
amnion Lamar, elk, 400 e Main 
Gammon miss Mary, " " 

Garner mrs Annie, 103 Hunt 
Garner R S, paper box mkr, 103 Hunt 
Gates J B, 310 Chapel Hill 
Gates J Iv, " " 

Gates mrs Mary J, 310 Chapel Hill 
Gates miss Minnie ly, 310 Chapel Hill 
Gates mrs Nannie E, 663 Mangum 
Gates miss Nannie P, 310 Chapel Hill 
Gates W G, 663 Mangum 
Gattis Cyrus W, 200 w Green 
Gattis mrs Hattie A, 340 Chapel Hill 
Gattis James, (T J Gattis & Son) 121 e Main, r 200 w 

Green 
Gattis J R, junk, 201 e Main, r w Durham 
Gattis mrs M C, 200 w Green 
Gattis miss M L, 200 w Green 
Gattis, miss M M, 200 w Green 
Gattis Robt L, dairyman, 340 Chapel Hill 

TN^TTPT^ "^'^^^^ J- •?• MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 iN kJ U Xv J_J Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Passingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg. Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 109 



Gattis miss Sue L, 200 w Green 

Gattis Rev T J, (T J Gattis & Son) 121 e Main, r 200 w 
Green 

Gattis Thos J Jr, 200 w Green 

Gattis W A Jr, elk 114 w Parrish, r w Durham 

Gattis T J & Son, book sellers, 121 e Main 

Geans G M, elk, 104 e Main 

Giddens miss Alice W, 203 Willard 

Giddens mi.ss Bessie, " " 

Giddens mrs Francis' " " 

Giddens J T, " " 

Giddens miss Novella, " " 

Giddens SB, u u 

Gilbert, John, 309 Dillard 

Gilbert miss Maggie " " 

Gilbert mrs Sarah 

Gillam mrs Jemima, r 205 Vivian 

Gladstein M, clothing, 116 e Main, r 210 Pine 

Glenn mrs Martha iii Vickers Alley 

Golden Belt Mfg Co, T B Fuller Sec, office Black- 
well's Factory 

Goldstein Aaron, 107 Cora 

Goldstein i\be, 211 Pine 

Goldstein A A, 107 Cora 

Goldstein mrs Esther, 211 Pine 

Goldstein mrs Rachel, 107 Cora 

Gooch, miss Emma B, 141 McMannen 

Gooch Eugene T, 141 McMannen 

Gooch S I, carpenter, 141 McMannen 

Goodson miss Louise, r 124 Ramseur 

Goodson T C, tobacconist, 11 1 Pine bds Hotel Claiborn 

Goodwin D C, carpenter, 107 Cora, bds no Mangum 

Gorman T M, book kpr, 126 w Main, Dur Supply Co 

Gould A T, 508 Mangum 

'bLACKW ELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



Take the Redssat Ak-Liae *° "" *°"* "■'' *°""' 



West. Montgomery, Mobile, 
New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor. Atlanta. Ga. 

iio DIRECTORY— White. 

Graded School, 105 Dandy 

Graham E M, agt L & D R R, 107 Willard 

Graham mrs Carrie, " " 

Gray miss Ella W, bds 214 e Main 

Gray S, 109 Dandy 

Green CB, elk Snp Court, r 204 Dillard 

Green miss Ada E, 629 Mangum 

Green miss Daisy, 315 e Main 

Green mrs Edna, 611 Mangum 

Green Ernest J, 204 Dillard 

Green E W, elk, 126 w Main, r 236 Cleveland 

Green Frank, 629 Mangum 

Green Fred A, 204 Dillard 

Green Jno M, 300 w Peabody 

Green J T, grocer (Green Bros) 1 14 w Main, r 629 Mangum 

Green mrs Kate M, 204 Dillard 

Green mrs Lelia R, 315 w Main 

Green mrs Mary, 611 Mangum 

Green mrs M F 300 w Peabody 

Green mrs M A, 629 Mangum 

Green miss Myrtle M, 629 Mangum 

Green mrs W E, 244 Cleveland 

Green Wade, 629 Mangum 

Griffith miss Bertie, 106 Vickers Alley 

Griffith mrs Mary 

Grissom mrs Emma T, 208 McMannen 

Grissom E W, elk 121 e Main, r 208 McMannert 

Grissom miss Maude, 309 Morgan 

Grissom mrs Mary E, " " 

Griswold mrs LB, 311 w Pettigrew 

GrisWOLD W J, mdse broker and ins agt, 102 w Mairi 

up stairs, 1311 w Pettigrew 
Gunter mrs C K, r 405 Rigsbee ave 
Guthrie B H, tob weigher, 625 w Proctor 



THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. hi 



Guthrie mrs Ella, 401 e Main 

Guthrie G W, 625 w Proctor 

Guthrie miss Lizzie, 625 w Proctor 

Guthrie mrs S E, 

Guthrie W A, Lawyer, 106 e Main up-stairs, r 401 e 

Main 
Guthrie Willie B, 401 e Main 

HAASE C H B, mgr Mut Land Co, bds Hotel Clai- 
born 
Habel J J, tailor, 120 e Main up-stairs 
Habel mrs N A, tailoress, 120 e Main up-stairs 
Hackney E C, editor "Recorder" 108 e Main up-stairs, 

r 209 w Green 
Hackney Hugh P, 201 Cleveland 
Hackney mrs K P, " 
Hackney mrs Lina A, 209 w Green 
Hackney miss Maude H, 201 Cleveland 
Hackney M S, farmer, 

Hackney R Peele, drug elk 130 e Main, r 201 Cleveland 
Hah Aung Ding, laundryman 205 e Main 
Hall x\ndrew, tob prizer, 527 w Main 
Hall mrs Caroline 

Hall Chas J, cgtte mcli hand, 527 w Main 
Hall Jas xA., 510 w Peabody 
Hall J J, 310 Dillard 
Hall miss Mattie, cgtte pkr, 527 w Main 
Hall mrs M J, 202 Cleveland 
Hall mrs N F, 510 w Peabody 
Hall mrs Susan, " " 

Hall Thos, 

Hall Thos Y, machinist, 202 Cleveland 
Halliburton mrs Annie, wdw, 213 Liberty 
Halliburton mrs Emily A, 400 e Main 
Halliburton mrs Fanny P, wdw 205, Queen 

GENUINE DUEHM~ TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BUEL. 



A\TR-I TT\fF' ^'^^ Great Passenger and Freight 
U ik A|i,4*"^Jyi4lNiBij| Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 1 2 DIRECTORY— White. 



Halliburton Geo W, 213 Liberty 

Halliburton J H, dept supt Blackwell's Dur C T Co, r 

212 Dillard 
Halliburton mrs Lucy A, 212 Dillard, 
Halliburton W S, elk 128 w Alain up-stairs, r 400 e 

Main 
Hambright C W, R R engineer, bds 203 \v Pettigrew 
Hambright mrs Laura, " " 

Hamilton miss Annette, 203 Morris 
Hamilton mrs Annie S, " " 

Hamilton J W, agt Singer Mfg Co, 114 e Main, r 203 

Morris 
Hamilton miss Mary A, 203 Morris 
Hamilton miss Rosa V, 203 Morris 
Hamlet W A, R & D R R depot 

Hammatt Geo B, Blackwell's Dur C T Co, r 117 South 
Hammatt mrs Mary R, 1 1 7 South 
Hancock miss Jane, 303 South 

Hanks R S, supt Electric Light Plant, bds 216 Dillard 
Hannah Presley, 405 Lea 
Happer Harry, 207 Roxboro 
Happer mrs Mary T, 207 Roxboro 
Happer Mills M, ^ c. 

Happer miss Minnie O " " 

Happer R W B, auct Parrish wh, 300 Mangum, r 207 

Roxboro 
Happer R W B Jr, 207 Roxboro 
Hardee miss Sally F, dress maker, 303 McMannen 
Harden Geo M, livery and sale stables, 105 Rigsbee Ave, 

r 502 Mangum 
Harden G M Jr, livery and sale stables, no Orange 

and 105 Rigsbee Ave, r 502 Mangum 
Harden Henry, elk 203 w Main, bds 502 Mangum 
Harden miss Lena M, 502 Mangum 
Harden L S, tel operator, R & D R R Depot 

Jr Tl/r K n]/ k \[ represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. J. iViAUiVA 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J . J . M AC K A Y . 

He can save j^ou money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
IReidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. P'or information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 113 

Harden Mrs M F, 502 Mangum 

Hargrave mis.s Mamie A, iii Hunt 

Hargrave N F, « a 

Hargrave Mrs Sallie E *' " 

Harper mrs Ida, cgtte pkr, 317 Chapel Hil] 

Harper miss Jessie, 128 South 

Harper J R, an 

Harper mrs Mattie " '* 

Harper R B, 

Harrard Jos, 414 Lea 

Harrard R H, '^ " 

Harrard miss Sallie, '^ '^ 

Harrard miss Virginia, '* " 

Harrell David, elk loi e Main, bds 212 Rigsbee Ave 

Harris mrs C A, 112 Carr 

Harris Fred F, 223 Liberty 

Harris H G, elk 130 e Main, bds 213 e Main 

Harris Isaac H, 223 Liberty 

Harris miss Lizzie A, music teacher, 223 Liberty 

Harris mrs Mahala, tob worker, 113 Cora 

Harris miss Mary C, 223 Liberty 

Harris miss Mary J, 120 Broadway 

Harris N D, w ]Main 

Harris mrs .N S, 120 Broadway 
Harris mrs Sally M, 223 Liberty 
Harris T W, stenographer, 223 Liberty 
Harrison miss Mary L, 204 Morris 
Harri.son mrs S A, boarding 204 Morris 
Harton Bennie, 659 Mangum 
Harton mrs Ida, <' n 

Harton Leo W, " '< 

Harton miss Maud P, 659 Mangum 
Harton W T, paper box mkr, 659 Mangum 
Harwaid mrs Emma D, 304 Milton Ave 
Harward J E, 616 Lea 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ;:;'irt',°"r;, 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 
10 



Take the Piedisaat iir-Lins, ^H ^{.'°:;^r;.?,rl,."i'! 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

114 DIRECTORY— White. 



Harward Jno F, 304 Milton Ave 

Harward mrs Lucy R, 616 Lea 

Harward mrs Mar>^ E, 105 Holloway 

Harward W K, " " ' 

Haskell M, grocer, 321 Chapel Hill 

Haskell Morris, elk, 116 e Main 

Hawkins J W, cheroot maker, 103 e Main 

Heartt mrs Annie M, 401 w Pettigrew 

Heartt mrs Dora F, 308 DiUard 

Heartt E A, " 

Heartt miss Etta N, 401 w Pettigrew 

Heartt F H, drug elk 128 w Main, bds 401 w Pettigrew 

Heartt L D, Cashr First Nat Bk, r 

Heartt miss Mary L, 401 w Pettigrew 

Heartt miss Matilda D, 401 w Pettigrew 

Hedderly H M, tel operator R & D R R depot 

Hedgepeth A W, elk, 113 e Main 

Hedgepeth Ira, 204 w Green 

Henderson mrs Florence, 136 Carr 

Henderson Jas A, 651 Mangum 

Henderson J M " " 

Henderson Dr L B, dentist 100 w Main up-stairs, r 

209 Ramseur 
Henderson miss Mary, 209 Ramseur 
Henderson miss Rosa B, 651 Mangum 
Henderson miss Sally R, 209 Ramseur 
Henderson Sam'l, 209 Ramseur 
Henderson Thos, 209 Ramseur 
Henderson Thos, 136 Carr 
Henderson T P, 651 Mangum 
Henderson WD, 114 North 
Hendricks James F, 300 Morehead ave 
Hendricks mrs Mary, " " 

Henry Chas E, conductor D&NRR, r3i4e Pettigrew 
Henry mrs Julia C, 314 e Pettigrew 

TNQTTPT7 '^'^th J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U IV Ju Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AI R-LINE, Passing tlirough the Citie« 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and vSouth West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 115 



Henry mrs P F, 314 e Pettigrew 

Henry R L D, fanner, 314 e Pettigrew 

Henry W P, grocer, (Henry, O'Brien & Co) 117 e 

Main, r 314 e Pettigrew 
Henshall W J, cheroot maker, 113 and 115 ]^Iangum up 

stairs 
Herndon miss Ava, 203 Ramsenr 
Herndon miss Carrie, 203 Ramsenr 
Herndon mrs Cora, 102 Chapel Hill 
Herndon Clias M, farmer, 203 Ramsenr 
Herndon Chas M Jr,203 Ramsenr 
Herndon mrs D M, wdw, boarding, 526 w Main 
Herndon miss Ethel, 203 Ramsenr 
Herndon mrs FA, 524 w Peabody 
Herndon F S, 524 w Peabody 
Herndon H L, cgtte box maker, 526 w Alain 
Herndon miss Ida, 524 w Peabody 
Herndon J A, printer, 526 w Main 
Herndon miss Katie, 203 Ramsenr 

Herndon M C, saloon, 109 e Peabod)-, r 102 Chapel Hill 
Herndon N V, box maker, 526 w Main 
Herndon mrs Sallie, 203 Ramsenr 
Herndon mrs S H, 524 w Peabody 
Herndon T B, cgtte rach hand, 526 w Main 
Herndon mrs Virginia, 611 Mangum 
Herndon W R, trader, 611 Mangmn 
Herndon & Bagwell, grocers, 105 e Main 
Herring J P, bds 204 IMorris 
Hester mrs Jane, 105 Vickers Alley 
Hester mrs J I 124 Carr 
Hester Robt S, 124 Carr 

Hester W D, clerk, 116 w ]\Iain, bds loi w Proctor 
Hester W H, 105 Vickers Alley 
Hibberd rniss Daisy, 112 Jones 
Hibberd mrs E, 112 Jones 



BE vSURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



The Great Passengier and Freight 
I'j Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed FaciHties for prompt and satisfactot}^ Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



[i6 



DIRECTORY— White. 



Hibberd R, florist, 112 Jones 
Hicks C T, 200 South 

Hicks miss Ida "■ '^ 
Hicks miss Irene '■'' "• 
Hicks JasD, 
Hicks Jas L, 
Hicks J Walker, " " 
Hicks miss Lucinda W, 200 South 
Hicks miss Susan, 518 w Peabody 
High C A, 104 Vickers Alley 

High C C, 
High mrs Francis, 
High miss Flora F, 
High mrs Hattie L, 
High Jos T, _ 

Highsmith miss Ella, 116 Hunt 
Highsmith miss Julia, 
Highsmith Julius B, 
Highsmith J Henry, 
Highsmith miss Katie, 
Highsmith L W, 
Highsmith mrs M A, 
Highsmith W J, 
Hill miss Glide L, 114 Can- 
Hill miss Gussie, 145 McMannen 
Hinshaw miss Martha 300 Morehead ave 
Hinton miss Mar>' O, clerk, 118 e Main, r 104 Jones 
Hinton miss Rhoda, bds 109 S Gregson 
Hinton R H, 322 Morgan 
Hinton mrs Sala, 322 Morgan 
Hinton mrs Susana, 104 Jones 
Hinton T T, 104 Jones 
Hinton Wm A, 104 Jones 
Hobart C L, cheroot maker, 103 e Main 
Hocutt Alex E, 208 Chapel Hill 

Jr IVr A Py A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. J. 1V1A.UJ\A 1 Association of Philadelphia. 



Before Insuring your life do not fail to see 
He can save you money. 



J. J. MACKAY. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingtlirough the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. ^ 117 

Hodges J H, 136 South 

Hodges mrs Mattie, 136 South 

Holder A A, coal and wood, 202 e Peabodv, r Trinity 
Park 

Holland A D, 326 Chapel Hill 

Holland miss x^da M, 326 Chapel Hill 

Holland Carey T, clerk 103 e Main, bds 326 Chapel Hill 

Holland mrs J, 326 Chapel Hill 

Holland L J, '^ " 

Holland N D, harness maker, 120 w Main, bds 326 
Chapel Hill 

Holleman mrs Lula M, wdw, 522 w Main 

Holloway miss Anna E, 235 Cleveland 

HoUoway mrs C R, 203 Liberty 

Holloway Edgar J, 203 Liberty 

Holloway E G R, elk 118 w Main, bds 208 McMannen 

Holloway miss Hallie P, 203 Liberty 

Holloway J A, wagon mfr, 201 Liberty, r 203 Liberty 

Holloway J E, 203 Liberty 

Holloway miss Ldrena, 107 e Green 

Holloway miss MoUie, " " 

Holloway miss M E, school teacher, 208 McMannen 

Holloway mrs Mary J, 235 Cleveland 

Holloway mrs Mary J, 107 e Green 

Holloway mrs Patty, 208 McMannen 

Holloway Robt, elk 105 w^ Main up-stairs, r 208 Mc- 
Mannen 

Holloway miss Rosa, 107 e Green 

Holloway W H, blacksmith, 301 Church, r 107 e 
Green 

Holloway W J, bk kpr First Nat Bk, r 208 McMannen 

Holman miss Alice H, 214 e Main 

Holman miss Bessie C, " " 

Holman mrs ML, 522 w " 

Holman mrs Mary W, 214 e " 

Reliable and Salisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



fake the Piedmeni Air-liin,e wes?Mon?gomervSfow^^^^ 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. P^or information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

ii8 DIRECTORY— White. 



HoLMAN S W, Prest and Supt Durham Water Co, 121 e 
Main, r 214 e Main 

Holt C G, 134 South 

Holt R P, 414 Rigsbee ave 

Honey cutt C B, 136 Carr 

Honey cutt E P, '' 

Honeycutt nirs Laura, 103 Dowd 

Honeycutt miss Margaret, 136 Carr 

Honeycutt mrs M J, " '' 

Honeycutt Tobe, 

Honeycutt W H, blacksmith 408 Mangum, r 103 Dowd 

Hopkins Jas A, elk 112 w Main, bds 310 Dillard 

Hopkins House, cor Cleveland and Liberty 

Hopkins miss M A, Proprietress Hopkins House, 100 
Cleveland 

Hopkins W H, tobacconist, bds 213 Ramseur 

Hopson mrs Annie, 205 Rowland 

Hopson L M, farmer, 205 Rowland 

Horn miss Letitia, 102 Wyatt 

Hornaday Monroe, 509 w Main 

Hotel Driver, Mrs Fanny Petway prop, 11 1 Church 

Howard mrs Amelia, no Reams ave 

Howard mrs E F, dress maker, 211 e Main 

Howard Geo F, 211 e Main 

Howard Geo W, shoemaker, 211 e Main 

Howard Jas N, cheroot mkr, 113-115 Mangum up stairs 
r no Reams ave 

Howard mrs Martha, sack tagger, r 205 Vivian 

Howard mrs Ruth, no Reams ave 

Howell Bartlett, sack tagger, r 205 Vivian ^ 

Howell miss Corinna, sack tagger, r 205 Vivian 

HowERTON C P, (H & Bro) 408 Mangum, r 619 Mangum 

HowERTON R T, (H & Bro) 408 Mangum, r 223 Cleve- 
land 

Howerton mrs S A, 619 Mangum 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



nrAKETHE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
1 of Raleigh, Durham, Gokisboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the vSouth and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. h. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 119 

Howerton mrs Sarah E, 223 Cleveland 

Howerton Thos J, " " 

Howerton & Bro, undertakers and carriage nifrs 408 
Manguni 

Hndgins nirs Harriet, 106 e Green 

Hndgins Jno W, elk loi Manguni 

Hndgins Thos M, 106 e Green 

Hndgins W C, elk loi Manguni, bds 205 Pine 

Hudson nirs E J, 106 Holloway 

Hudson R S, pat bed spring, 234 w Main, r 106 Hollo- 
way 

Huffine L, bottler 226 \v Main, bds 509 w Main 

Hunt nirs Jane, 209 Randolph 

Hunter F L, D & N depot 

Hunter mrs Mary E, wdw, 518 w Main 

Hunter Sanil, cgtte mkr, 518 w Main 

Hutchings C m] book kpr W Duke Sons & Co, r 104 
Carr 

Hutchings mrs Ella J, 114 e Pettigrew 

Hutchings Jno R, (J R Hutchings & Co) cor \v Main 
and Corcoran, r N Durham 

Hutchings Jno R & Co, props Reams w h, cor w Main 
and Corcoran 

Hutchings mrs Lydia, 104 Carr 

Hutchings miss Mattie, 102 Wyatt 

Hutchings miss Rebecca, " " 

Hutchings miss Temesia, " '' 

HuTCHiNsJ W, butcher, city market, r 114 e Petti- 
grew 

Hutchins mrs Ludie, 114 e Pettigrew 

IDDINGS MRS FEREINA, 1 10 e Pettigrew 
ddiiigs, J H, sec master R & D R R, no e Pettigrew 
Independent Hose Co, 422 w Main 
Irwin Jno D, contractor. 524 w Main 

GENUINE DUEHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BUEL. 



liP»*,T»« il^m. T3J«J'«m«,w* Aiw T i*»« 1*he shortest direct lime 
lalie t4S rieailOjn,t 4ir-LjlIiej from Washington, D. C. 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 20 DIRECTORY— White. 



Irwin mrs L J, 524 w Main 

Irwin miss Mamie B, 524 w Main 

Israel mrs Maggie \\4, 145 McMannen 

Israel W R, tobacconist 116 w Parrish, r 145 McMannen 

Ivey mrs Mary, 132 Carr 

JACOBS MURPHY, 639 Mangnni 
ames, Jos M, painter, 234 \v Main. 
Jeffries A J, 543 w Main 

Jeffries mrs Etta C, " 
Jeffries G M, 

Jeffries miss Ida L, " " •< 

Jeffries miss Mattie A, *' '' 

Jeffries miss Minnie 511 Cleveland 
Jeffries R J, 543 w Main 
Jeffries Thos, 136 Souths 

Jenkins mrs Martha, sack maker, no Vickers Alley 
Jenkins Thomas, laborer "■ "• 

Jetton mrs C P, 303 Jackson 

Jetton miss Mamie V, " " 

Johnson miss Anna E, 403 Lea 
Johnson AN, 120 Sonth 
Johnson mrs Bettie, 120 Sonth 
Johnson mrs Bettie, 520 w Peabody 
Johnson C Iv, weigh master Far Alliance w h, bds 215 

Morris 
Johnson Duke, 520 w Peabody 
Johnson D D, carpenter, 118 Hunt 
Johnson mrs Emma L, dress maker, bds 215 Morris 
Johnson mrs Isabella, 403 Lea 
Johnson mrs Ida V, dress maker, 118 Hunt 
Johnson Jno W, cgtte mch hand, 403 Lea 
Johnson miss Katie, 120 Sonth 
Johnson miss Katie L, cgtte pkr, 403 Lea 
Johnson miss Lula, " " 

TIMCTTDI? '^^th J.J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN kJ U lA Hi Associa^^ion of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Cliarlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, vSalisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 121 

Johnson miss Mary, 120 Sonth 

Johnson Dr N M, '(Dr N M Johnson & Co) 130 e Main, 
r 120 South 

Johnson Dr N M & Co, Druggists, 130 e Main 

Johnson Miss Rosa, 403 Lea 

Johnson W L, tob weigher, 403 Lea 

Jolly miss Sally, cgtte pkr, 105 e Proctor 

Jones mrs Annie, 108 Jackson 

Jones Berry, 224 Morris 

Jones mrs Betsy McL, 227 Morris 

Jones C E, 322 Morgan 

Jones mrs Emma I, .:oi w Green 
/ Jones Geo R, (G R Jones & Co) leaf tob dealer, 601 
Mangum, r 201 w Green 

Jones Henry F, 224 Morris 

Jones mrs Jennie, " " 

Jones J J, 322 Morgan 

Jones John W, ( J W Jones & Co) 107 w Main, bds Hop- 
kins House 

Jones G R & Co, leaf tob dealers, 601 Mangum 

Jones J W & Co, dry goods etc, 107 w Main 

Jones M H, jeweller, iii e Main, r 2^7 Morris 

Jones mrs Mattie L, 105 Chapel Hill 

Jones miss Ora J, 322 Morgan 

Jones Ralph G, elk 107 w Main, bds 213 e Main 

Jones R M, (G R J & Co) leaf tob dealer, 601 Mangum 
r 322 Morgan 

Jones mrs R W, 322 Morgan 

Jones mrs Sarah, " " 

Jones Thos J, elk 107 w Main, bds Hopkins House 

Jones W R, 322 Morgan, 

Jordan miss Addie, 102 Cora 

Jordan mrs A W, teacher graded school, 311 e Main 

Jordan miss Bertie, cgtte pkr 102 Cora 

Jordan C A, elk at W Duke Sons & Co, bds 214 e Main 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ^IplTlt™; 

• reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 
II 



f TVT'tjS The Great Passenger and Freight 
JJIllNj JilJjj Line of the South, with unsurpass- 



ed FaciUties for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight vSer- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

122 DIRECTORY— White. 



Jordan miss Emma, paper box mkr, 302 Morehead ave 

Jordan mrs Edith H, 102 Cora, 

Jordan E J, " " 

Jordan Harry, 311 e Main 

Jordan Jas R, 102 Cora 

Jordan mrs Lela A, bds 214 e Main 

Jordan miss Lenora, bds 102 Cora 

Jordan miss Maggie C, 311 e Main 

Jordan miss Pattie B, 229 Morris 

Jordan mrs Sadie, cgtte pkr, 302 Morehead ave 

Jordan W T, asst floor nigr Farmers' Alliance w h 400 x'^ 
Main, bds 342 w Green 

Jonrdan mrs Clara, 140 McMannen 

Jonrdan Charlie E, " '' 

Jonrdan Stanislans, elk R & D R R depot, r /40 Mc- 
Mannen 

Joyner mrs mrs Mary A, 300 Lea 

Joyner P H, variety store, 1 1 2 e Main, r 300 Lea 

KE ARSON MRS MARY, 518 w Peabody 
Kelly miss Jennie, 305 Jackson 
Kelly John E, 305 Jackson 
Kelly miss Lena, cgtte pkr, 305 Jackson 
Kelly miss M C, cgtte pkr, 305 Jackson 
Kelly Reuben, tob worker, 305 Jackson 
Kelly mrs Tabitha, 305 Jackson 
Kennedy E W, supt graded school, r 222 Peabody 
Kennedy mrs Marion, F, 222 Peabody 
Kennedy James, tailor, 122 e Main, r 127 South 
Kennedy mrs Mary, 127 South 
Kennedy miss Susan E, " " 
Kennedy Wm C, " " 

Kerner Henry C, bds Hopkins House 
Kerr H D, in Garrett's Alley 
Kerr mrs Maggie, in Garrett's Alley 

J- [ IVF A P l^ A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. J . iVlilUlV A 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your Ufe do not fail to see J. J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cltle§ 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L- Tavlor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 123 

Kerr Wm A, iii Garrett's Alley 

King Clias A, 11 1 Hunt 

King- C C, 118 Hunt 

King C E, drug clerk, 106 e Main, r 119 Broadway 

King Charlie H, 119 Broadway 

King C W, 509 w Main 

King mrs Elizabeth, in Hunt 

King miss Fannie^ " "' 

KingGT, 

King Harris L, 119 Broadway 

King miss Lnla in Hunt 

King miss Mollie D^ 1 1 8 " 

King N J III " 

King miss Stella I, " " 

King mrs Susan A, 118 " 

King W C, 509 w Main 

King mrs Nettie M, 119 Broadway 

King J H, printer, 129 e Main, bds 305 Milton ave 

King mrs Lillian, 305 Milton ave 

Kirkland mrs Cammie, 117 Broadway 

Kirkland L J, clerk, loi e Main, r 117 Broadway 

Kirkland J L mail carrier, bds Driver House 

Kirkman A A, train dispatcher R «Si D R R, bds 215 e 

Main 
Kramer Albert, tobacconist, 122 and 124 McMannen 

bds Hotel Claiborn 
Kramer Samuel & Co, cigar mfrs, 109 e Main, up stairs 
Kramer Sam'l, (Samuel Kramer & Co) 109 e I\Iain, r 

106 Dandy 
Kreth Fernando, 251 Cleveland 
Kreth mrs F, " " 

LAMBE, MRS A R, 106 Broadway 
Lambe Floy, 
Lambe Maude, . " " 

Lambe, ThoS J, clothing, 105 e Main r 106 Broadway 

Reliable and Satisfactory / 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



fake the Piedment Ait-tiae l?J:LT,^l:rt,^^l: 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

124 DIRECTORY— White. 



Lambe V T, clerk 105 e Main, bds 106 Broadway 

Lambe P R, clerk Hotel Claiborn 

Landing E T, 107 Holloway 

Landing mrs M E, dress maker, 107 Holloway 

Lashley miss Alice, cigtte pkr, 108 e Green 

Lashle)' mrs Anna, 503 Mangnm 

Lashley miss Fannie, cigtte pkr, 108 e Green 

Lashley J W, 503 Mangum 

Lashley S F, " 

Lashley Thos D, tob worker, 108 e Green 

Latta F A, clerk 108 Mangum, * 

Latta Geo, 310 Dillard 

Lawrence CM, 126 South 

Lawrence Frank " " 

Lawrence James, eng D & N R R, 244 w Peabody 

Lawrence J R, 126 South 

Lawrence miss Minnie " 

Lawrence mrs Rida, " 

Laws C F, saloon, 109 Mangum, r North Durham 

Lea mrs Addie, 208 Fuller 

Lea miss Alice, " " 

Lea miss Annie, 303 South 

Lea mrs Bettie, 303 South 

Lea mrs Bettie L, 310 Lea 

Lea C W, clerk, 104 Broadway 

Lea Ellis, 208 Fuller 

Lea mrs Eliza, " " 

Lea E T, 460 Roxboro 

Lea miss Hattie O, 104 Broadway 

Lea mrs Hawkins, 117 McMannen- 

Lea Henry 303 South 

Lea Henry C, elk 107-109 Corcoran 

Lea mrs Ida M, 107 s Gregson 

Lea Jno T, leaf tob dealer, 108 Reams ave 

Lea mrs Leah F, 460 Roxboro 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and vSouth West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTOR Y— White. i 2 5 



Lea mrs Luc)' L, 108 Reams ave 

Lea mrs Martha D, 104 Broadway 

Lea Nat P, leaf tob dealer, 309 Fuller, r Caswell Hill 

Lea P T, 107 s Gregson 

Lea miss Roberta G, 104 Broadway 

Lea mrs Rosa B, 303 South 

Lea W A, leaf tob dealer, 104 Broadway 

Leary S L, architect, 201 w Main, 3d floor 

Leathers F S, B D C Tob Co, r 114 Dillard 

Leathers Joe E, 114 Dillard 

Leathers mrs Lou M, 114 Dillard 

Lemmons mrs Bedie, 146 Vickers ave 

Lemmons Wm, lab, 146 Vickers ave 

Lewter A A, paper box maker, 514 w Main 

Lewter miss Bettie L, cgtte pkr, 244 Cleveland 

Lewter C M, local eng (Duke's) 109 Hunt 

Lewter Jas R, 109 Hunt 

Lewter miss ME, 512 w Main 

Lewter mrs T H, 109 Hunt 

Lewis mrs Emily, 616 Lea 

Lewis G W, 616 Lea 

Lewis Jas E R, 315 Chapel Hill 

Lewis mrs Lilla A, 104 Watkins 

Lindsay Jno M, 228 Morris 

Lindsay mrs Nannie C, 228 Morris 

Lindsay Robt L, an 

Lindsay Willie C, 

Lineberry E G, book kpr Morehead Bank, 105 w Main 

r 306 Morehead ave 
Lineberry mrs Maggie W, 306 Morehead ave 
Link miss Annie L, 214 e Main 
Link I N, elk W Duke Sons & Co, bds cor Main and 

Corcoran 
Lipscomb John M, 304 e Main 
Lipscomb Wm, 103 Dillard 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



laki the RedmOjIlt 4il;-lime» from Washington, D. C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. I/. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

126 DIRECTORY— White. 



Little miss Annie W, 206 Jackson 

Little Edgar, 

Little Jimmie, *' " 

Little miss Nannie E, " " 

Little TH, 

Little THJr, 

Lloyd mrs Annie, 447 Roxboro 

Lloyd A E, (A H L & Co) 122 w Main, r 307 Chapel 

Hill 
Lloyd A E & Co, hardware 122 w Main 
Lloyd A J, 103 Hunt 

Lloyd mrs Fannie, 103 Hunt * 

Lloyd mrs Lee L, 306 Chapel Hill 
Lockhart Jno S, leaf tob dealer 114 Dillard 
Lockhart miss Lilly, " " 

Loefler John V, watchmaker 11 1 e Main, bds 116 e Main 
Long Ed J, painter, 526 w Main 
Long miss Eugenia D, 1 1 1 Vickers Alley 
Long Jno S. tobacconist (J W Smith & Co) 308 w Main, 

r North Durham 
Long John Z, iii Vickers Alley 

Long mrs Mary, »' " " 

Long MM, 

Lougee G E, tinner 228 w Main, r 108 Broadway 
Lougee G E Jr, book binder 119 Manguni, (up stairs) r 

108 Broadway 
Lougee mrs MCE, 108 Broadway 

Lougee mi.ss Nellie B, elk 127 e Main, r 108 Broadway" 
Lougee Wm J, tinner 228 w Main, r 108 Broadway 
Lougee V B, 108 Broadway 
Lowe miss P M, dfess maker, 300 Lea 
Lunsford miss Annie Y, 202 South 
LunsfordJHO, 

Lunsford mrs Laura E, " " 
Lunsford miss Nannie, '* " 

T1S.TQTTDT7 with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN k!) U i\ Hi Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



HTAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passin- through the Cities 
1 of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville vSeiieca 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga, 

DIRECTORY— White. . TTj 



LuNSFORD P, Reg Deeds, 202 South 

Lunsford Will E, tobacconist 116 w Parrish, bds Hotel 

Claiboni 
Iv\'don Henry, 109 Dandy 

Lynch Dr Wni, dentist 201 w Main (up stairs), r North 
■ Durham 

L}'nn miss Annie E, Chapel Hill 

Eynn G W, cgtte mch hand, '' " 

Lynn miss Nettie A, dress mkr " " 

Lynn R H, cgtte stamper " " 

Lynn Wm, elk, 109 e Peabody 

Lynn W C, cgtte stamper, Chapel Hill 

Lynn W J, cgtte mch hand, " " 

Lyon miss Anna 661 Mangum 

Lyon Bennie, 336 w Peabody 

Lyon miss Dora A, 310 Lea' 

Lyon George L, 336 w Peabody 

Lyon miss Ivey, 302 Ramsenr 

Lyon J Ed, (Durham Cheroot Co) 103 e Main, r 302 

Ramseur 
L) on miss Lora, 302 Ramseur 
Lyon miss Mar}-, 336 w Peabody 
Lyon mrs Mary E, " " 

Lyon miss Mittie, 302 Ramseur 
Lyon mrs Mollie S, 661 Mangum 
Lyon miss Nettie, " " 

Lyon R E, leaf tob dealer cor Church and e Peabodv, r 

336 w Peabody 
Lyon Thos B, leaf tob dealer, 661 Mangum 
Lyon miss Vera, 302 Ramseur 
Lyon Z I & Co, tob mfrs, E J Parrish prop, 122-124 e 

Pettigrew cor Pine 

McCABE MRS MARY E, 108 Willard ave 
cCabe W H, insurance 203 \v Main (up stairs), r 
108 Willard ave 



GENUINE DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



lake the Kedaont Ait-lm, c^Z t"::^u,J^Ti>'c: 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham, p'or information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

128 DIRECTORY— White. 



McClees miss Bertha A, 104 Wyatt 

McClees mrs E C, cc u 

McClees T L, fish dealer city market, r 104 Wyatt 

McClees miss Maude, 104 Wyatt 

McClees miss Neely, " " 

McCollum, mrs Lizzie M, 116 Broadway 

McCollum W M, elk 113 e Main, r 116 Broadway 

McDade mrs Ella H, 406 Lea 

McDade Ira, " ''• 

McDade J C, carpenter, " " 

McDade miss Nannie, >■<■<■<■ 

McGary mrs Annie, 231 Morris 

McGary Chas, elk W Duke Sons & Co, r 231 Morris 

McGary mrs Daisy M, 231 Morris 

McGary mrs Maggie, 305 w Pettigrew 

McGary W B, elk 126 w Main, r 305 w Pettigrew 

McGhee miss Fanny, sack maker, 407 Lea 

McGhee miss Ludelia, cgtte pkr " " 

McGhee miss Maggie L, cgtte pkr " " 

McGhee mrs Rebecca, " " 

McGhee W H, farmer " " 

McLennan J M, elk loj Main, bds 215 e Main 

McMannen mrs E B, 117 McMannen 

McMannen Jno A, " " 

McMannen miss Myra A, " " 

McWilliams Jno L, printer, 112 Seminary 

McWilliams Peter, harness maker, 112 Seminary 

McWilliams mrs S A, 112 Seminar}' 

McWilliams Wm J, tob worker, 112 Seminary 

Mackay mrs C J, 225 Liberty 

Mackay Devereux, 225 Liberty 

Mackay J J, life ins agt and anctcom mcht 107 e Main, 

r 225 Liberty 
Mackay miss Mary R, 225 Liberty 
Mackay Tommie " " 

TIVTCTIDI? ^^*^^ J J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U rX Ej Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and vSouth 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 129 



Maddry Frank, printer 108 e Main (up stairs), r 512 w 

]Main 
Maddry miss Katie, 512 w Main 
Main St Methodist Church, 511 w Main 
Mallory J T, (Mallory Cheroot Co) 118 w Parrish, r 209 

w Green 
Malone nirs Fannie M, 307 Fuller 
Malone Jno H, a ^i 

Mangum nirs Celestia I, 209 Liberty 
Manguni Clifton, 142 McMannen 
Mangum DC, " " 

Mangum DeWitt, elk city market, r loi Dowd 
Mangum mrs Elizabeth A, 204 w Green 
Mangum F R, carpenter, 204 Cleveland 
Mangum Hugh, 308 e Main 
Mangum mrs Jennie, loi Dowd 
Mangum mrs Julia A, 108 e Green 
Mangum Jordan T, 204. Cleveland 
Mangum J S, (W Mangum & Son), 108 IMangum, r 209 

Liberty 
Mangum Leo, 308 e Main 

Mangum miss Lula, " " 

Mangum JXIaynard, 108 e Green 
Mangum miss Minnie L, 209 Liberty 
Mangum miss Pattie, 308 e Main 
Mangum mrs Martha T, 204 Cleveland 
Mangum mrs Martha, 142 McMannen 
Mangum miss Mary, 204 Cleveland 
Mangum P J, farmer, 306 e Main 
Mangum miss Rebecca E, 204 w Green 
Mangum mrs Sally A, 306 e Main 
Mangum Thos J, 204 Cleveland 
Mangum mrs Tillie, 142 McMannen 
Mangum Wm, mfr sash door & blinds 326 w Green, r 

204 w Green 

Blackwell's Durham Tolncco "o^irt^":::; 

reliable, satisfactory vSmoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it 'THE BEST." 
12 



Take the Fiedmont Air-I.iae ^:^:irX!«'^^^. 

New Orleans, Shrivcport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

130 DIRECTORY— White. 

Mangum Wm M, 204 Cleveland 

Mangum Willis, undertaker, 142 McMannen 

Mangum W & Son, genl mdse, 108 Mangum 

Mangum miss Lelia B, 216 Cleveland 

Mangum miss Lottie B, " " 

Mangum miss Lila B, " " 

Manning Dr Jno M, physician and surgeon, 202 Cor- 
coran, r 109 Jackson 

Manning mrs M A, 109 Jackson 

Manning, J S, lawyer 201 w Mayi (up stairs), r North 
Durham 

IMarkham mrs Anna, 313 Lea 

Markham mrs Annie, cor Roxboro and May 

Markham M G, cor Roxboro and May 

Markham A D, farmer, 106 e Pettigrew 

Markham Charlie B, 216 Cleveland 

Markham C J, carpenter, 51.; w Main 

Markham mrs Cora F, 211 Rigsbee ave 

Markham mrs Ella B, 216 Cleveland 

Markham F D, sheriff 204 e Main, r East Durham 

Markham H H, genl mdse loi w Main, r 100 e Proctor 

Markham H P, elk 202 Mangum, r 211 Rigsbee ave 

Markham J L, merchant loi w Main, r 216 Cleveland 

Markham J M, blacksmith, 512 w Main 

Markham James W, mail carrier, 313 Lea 

Markham Jno W, elk 209 Mangum, r 112 South 

Markham miss Mittie, dress maker 512 w Main 

IMarkham M F, elk loi w Main, bds Hopkins House 

Markham mrs Rosa, 201 McMannen 

Markham mrs R H, 106 e Pettigrew 

Marsh miss L A, dress maker iii e Main (up stairs), 
bds 108 w Green 

Marshall AH, 134 Carr 

Marshall Charley " 

Marshall mrs R, " " 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASvSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 131 



^lartin inrs Rosa H, 304 Morehead ave 

Martin T H, leaf tob dealer no IMorris, r 304 !\Ioreliead 

ave 
]Mason J B Jr, collector Fidelit}- I]ank 201 w ]Main, r 

210 e Pettigrew 
Massey Rufus, farmer, 113 Church 
Matthews A B, elk 130 e Main, r 209 South 
Matthews B W, farmer, 304 South 
Matthews mrs E A, " 

Matthews EC, 

Matthews J B, elk 123 e Main, r 304 Soutli 
Matthews mrs Orrie, 209 South 
May Jas H, brick mason, 313 Dillard 
. May miss Lizzie O, 236 Cleveland 
May mrs Mildred, 236 Dillard 
May miss O, 313 Dillard 
Mayes mrs Ann, 527 w Main 
Mayes John, cgtte mcli hand, 527 w ]\Iain 
Maynard miss Blanche, 12S Carr 
Maynard miss Hattie " " 
Maynard J M, " " 

Maynard IMurtie, " " 

Maynard mrs Vallie, " " 

Maynor Albert, cigtte mkr 130 e Tvlain, 508 w Peabodv 
Maynor mrs x\nn E, 508 w Peabody 
Maynor mrs Hawkins, r 107 w Proctor 
Maynor Joseph, 304 Fuller 
Maynor J H, 209 Jackson 
INI ay nor J J 105 Dowd 
j\Ia)'nor miss Laura, 508 w Peabody 
Maynor miss Lillie, 209 Jackson 
Maynor mrs Lula, 508 w Peabody 
Maynor miss Lula, 209 Jackson 
Maynor mrs Mar}', " " 

Mavnor mrs Mar}' A 304 Fuller 

'bLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO I 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



,ke tlie^ Piedmaat Air-Line, ,VZ wS?4.t"D.''c"! 

and Ricliniond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

132 DIRECTORY— White. 



Maynor N G, 105 Dowd 

]\Ia}'iior Win, contractor, r 107 w Proctor cor Sontli 

IMaynor W J, 304 Fnller 

Meadows Jno H, foreman Farmer's Alliance Plug Fact^ 

r 206 McMannen 
Meadows mrs Julia L, 206 McMannen 
Meadows W T, tob buyer Far All Plug Fact, bds 213 e 

Main 
Medlin mrs Minerva, 509 w Main 
INIeeks Andrew, cgtte mkr, 130 e Main up stairs, r West 

Durham 
Meeks John, cgtte mkr, 130 e Main up stairs, r W Durham 
Meinhart Theo, civil engineer, 201 w Main 3d floor, bds 

Hopkins House 
Meinhart mrs Marie, bds Hopkins House 
IMelvin A H, carpenter, 308 Morgan 
]\Ielvin Joshua, u u 

MelvinJasA, 

Melvin J L, clerk 513 n Gregson, bds 510 w Main 
IMelvin Leonidas, 208 Vickers ave 
Melvin mrs Lillie T, 308 Morgan 
Melvin mrs Martha A " "' 

Melvin mrs V L, 208 Vickers ave 
Melvin miss Willie B, cgtte pkr, 308 Morgan 
IMercer mrs M C, 231 Morris 
Meredith C A, Trinitv Park 
Meredith J D, " ' " 

Meredith Ernest, " " 

Meredith & Son, contractors and builders. Trinity Park 
Mesley J S, mer tailor, 122 e Main, r 104 w Proctor 
Mesley mrs Maid E, 104 w Proctor 
Michaels A H, (Michaels & Co) 100-102 e ]\Iain cor 

Mangum, r 201 Jackson 
Michaels mrs M A, 201 Jackson 



TMQTIDT? ^^'it^^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent Eidelitv Mutual Life 
i IN O U JC\ Hi Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Passingtlirough the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Damnlle, Greensboro 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. P'or information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 133 



Michaels & Co, druggists, 100-102 e Main cor Maii- 

giiin 
Michie mrs Einih', 208 Queen 
MiCHiE J C, civil engineer, 118 w Main (up stairs) r 208 

Oueen 
MiDDLETON E L, prin Dur Female Institute, 511 Man- 
gum 
Middleton mrs Mary E, 511 Mangum 
Miller C A, 118 Carr 

Miller Chas E, '' '' 
Miller miss Jennie, 118 Carr 
Miller miss Maggie, " " 

Mills mrs Louisa, seamstress, 107 Mangum up stan's 
Mincey miss Ada, 107 Garrett's Alley 
Mincey mrs Edy J, " " 

Mincey Harry, carpenter, 107 Garrett's Alley 
Mitchell Chas, 509 w Main 
Mitchell J F, D & N R R, bds 100 Cleveland 
Mitchell T G, gen canvasser Banner W H, 214 e Main 

Monk mrs Bett}' B, 122 South 

Monk miss Virginia, ". " 

Monk W J, clerk 120 e Main 

Montgomery R L, tel op D & N depot, bds Hopkins 
House 

Moody J C, 209 McMannen 

Moore James S, asst master trains R&DRR, r228 
Morris 

Moore mrs Mana C, 228 Morris 

Moore mrs M J, wdw, dress maker, 511 Mangum 

Moore mrs Rebecca J, 448 Roxboro 

Moore miss Susan, cook 236 Cleveland 

Morehead J L, 502 Lea 

MorEHEAD Jno M, tobacconist, 205 Randolph, bds Hotel 
Claiborn 

Iviorchcad miss Lizzie, 502 Lea 

Reliable and Satisfactory ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



rjMT 4IR,LiIlf E 7-^'" ^r!f Passenger and Freight 
»■*« «**;ii*^j Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L- Tajdor, Atlanta, Ga. 



134 DIRECTORY— White. 



Moreliead mrs L L, 502 Lea 

Morehead miss Madge " " 

MoREHEAD Banking Co, W H Willard prest, W M Mor- 
gan cash, E C INIiirray teller, 105 w Main 

Morgan mrs A F, r 400 Alorehead ave 

Morgan miss Blanch, 112 Dillard 

Morgan miss Mand C, '' " 

Morgan mrs S F, 

Morgan S T, (Morgan & Carr) 205 Mangum, r 112 Dil- 
lard 

Morgan S T Jr, 112 Dillard 

Morgan mrs T A, 112 Dillard 

Morgan W M, cash Morehead Bank'g Co, 105 w Main 
r 400 Morehead ave 

Morgan & Carr, com nichts, 202 Mangum 

Morris Jno B, dept supt B D C Tob C, r 108 Jackson 

Morris miss Eilly, 108 Jackson 

Morris mrs Nannie D, 108 Jackson 

Morris R F & Sons Mfg Co, S F Tomlinson manager 
208-212 w Peabody 

Morris Rich'd H, confectioner, 236 w Main, r 518 w ]Main 

Morton mrs AUena, 510 w Main 

Morton J C B, grocer, 513 w Main, r 510 w Main 

Murphy Linwood, cgtte mkr, 130 e Main, r W Durham 

Murray mrs Cornelia E, 319 Morgan 

Murray E C, teller Morehead Banking Co, 105 w Main 
r 306 Morehead ave 

Murray J S, agt New Home Sew Mch Co, 114 w Main 

Murray mrs Mary E, 446 Roxboro 

Murrav miss Minnie E, 446 Roxboro 

Murray W R, (W R M & Co) 103 Main, r 446 Roxboro 

Murray, W. R & Co, Dom Sew Machines, Pianos and 
Organs, 103 w Maiu 

Muse Chas J, blacksmith, 300 INIorehead ave 

Muse mrs Eudora C, 100 Cleveland 

JT IV/F A PIZ A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. J. iViALlVA 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J . J . M ACK A Y . 

He can save you money. 



TAKETHEPIEDMONTAIRLINE, Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 135 



Muse mrs Lizzie, 300 Morehead ave 

Muse miss Lizzie 107 Hunt 

Muse mrs LH 

Muse W A, office elk D & N R R, bds Hopkins House 

Musk W H, dry goods 109 e Main, r 107 Hunt 

NEBTHERY JOS, cgtte mkr, 130 e Main up stairs, 
bds North Durham 
Neal mrs Mary, 102 e Proctor 
Neely W J, clerk L & D depot 
New S F, manager Cheroot Co 113-115 Mangum, r no 

Ramseur 
New mrs Lizzie, no Ramseur 
NewJasR, 

New miss Reba ^ 1 1 

New miss Virginia, no Ramseur 
Nicely, L E, vSo Ex Agt 102 e Parri.sh, bds Hopkins 

House 
Nichols Geo, 205 Willard 
Nichols miss Mary, 408 Willard 
Nichols miss Nannie, 408 Willard 
Nichols miss Patsy, 406 e Main 
Nichols miss Wilson, 205 Willard 
Noell P A, elk Parrish W H, bds 215 e Main 
Norris M J, printer, 108 e Main up stairs 
Norton miss Brazil E, 302 Chapel Hill 
Norton C H, contractor and Guilder, 302 Chapel Hill 
Norton mrs Nannie M, 302 Chapel Hill 
Norwood Cephas, machinist, 203 Jackson 
Norwood miss Eula J " " 

Norwood Hasel, school teacher, 208 Queen 
Norwood miss Ivy May, 203 Jackson 
Norwood J W, 203 Jackson 
Norwood L C, '^ 
Norwood mrs Mary A, 203 Jackson 

GENUINE DURHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



Take the fiednisat Mt-Um, i^':, ^Sr4.orD.'"c! 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Binninghanu For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



136 DIRECTORY— White. 



Norwoood mrs M Lr, boarding, 208 Queen 
Norwood Paul, saloon, 112 Mangum, bds iii Cliurcli 
Norwood miss Sarah B, 203 Jackson 
Nowell miss Myrtle, 314 Chapel Hill 

O'BRIEN C J, long cut tob worker, 625 Eea 
'Brien mrs Nannie, 625 Lea 
O'Brien Wm T, machinist at Dukes', r West Durham 
O' Daniel C H, 120 Carr 
O' Daniel mrs Mary, 120 Carr 
O' Daniel mrs Mollie E, 109 Vickers Alley 
O' Daniel W G, ^' ^' ' 

OSBORN W H, prest Keely Institute and leaf tob dealer, 

206 Watkins 
Overby L W, elk 124 w Main, r 604 Mangum 
Overby mrs Mary E, 604 Mangum 

PALMER MISS MAG C, music teacher, 105 Hollo- 
way 
Palmer W W, salesman, 342 w Green 
Pamplin L L, real estate agt (R B Boone & Co), 100 e 

Main, r North Durham 
Parker Junius, lawyer, (Boone & P) office Mangum 

building cor Main and Mangum, bds Hotel Claiborn 
Parker J P, elk, 100 w Main 
Parker J W, elk, 246 
Parrish mrs Barbara, 112 Carr 
' Parrish E J, prop Parnsh Worehouse and Z I Lyon & 

Co tob mfrs, 300 Mangum, r 202 Dillard 
Parrish miss Josie, 202 South 
Parrish Jos B, carpenter, 112 Carr 
Parrish J L, 112 Carr 
Parrish miss Lilly, 202 Dillard 
Parrish Mack D, tobacconist, 502 Mangum 
Parrish miss Mary, 112 Carr 
Parrish mrs Rosa E, 202 Dillard 

TN^TTPF with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
llxOUrvJu Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passinj^ through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbur}-, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L- Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— White. 137 



Parrisli miss Sally 202 South 

Panisli miss Sallie E, 202 Dillard 

Parrish's Warehouse, E J Parrish Proprietor 300 

INIaiigum 
Paschall mrs A O, 631 jNIangum 
Paschall John J, cgtte mch hand, 631 Mangum 
Paschall James P, 310 Dillard 
Paschall mrs Radah 631 Mangum 
Paschall mrs Sarah E, 103 Garretts Alley 
Patterson miss Cornelia, (mrs A J Faucette & Co) 118 

e Main, r 310 Lea 
Patterson mrs C S, 113 Jackson 
Patterson Danl B, 312 Chapel Hill 
Pattef son miss Eugenie C, 113 Jackson 
Patterson E O, elk, 206 Mangum 
Patterson miss Edney S, 312 Chapel Hill 
Patterson Henry B, ' " 

Patton mrs Alice M, 222 Morris 
PatTON J R, grocer, (Thaxton & P) 116 w Main, r 222 

Morris 
Paul H V, elk 120 e Main, r 200 Pine 
Paul H V Jr, 200 Pine 
Paul mrs Jane, 200 Pine 
Peacock mrs Lina A, 107 Hollowav 
Peacock W T, ' " " "^ 

Pearce mrs Lucy L, 216 Morris 
Pearce miss Mabel, " '' 
Pearce W T, shipping elk W Duke Sons & Co, r 216 

Morriss 
Pearman mrs Fannie L, 226 Morris 
Pearman Z M, 

Peav miss Annie L, 208 Dillard 
Peay miss Ella B, " 
Peay miss Lessie E, " " 

Peay miss Mamie E, " " 

Blackwell's Uurham Tol)acco ^^"ir'nrf:™;: 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 

13 



fake the Eiedmont Air-iins, -fSl^ t^,i:^%'Z 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmin<^liam. For inforniation-,, 
address, J. L. Taylor,- Atlanta, Ga. 



1 38 DIRECTORY— White. 



Peay mrs P D, 208 Dillard 

Peay T L, tobacconist 217 e Peabody, r 208 Dillard 

Pendergrass miss Carrie, 516 \v Main 

Pendergrass mrs Eliza, 525 w Main 

Pendergrass John, 205 Jackson 

Pendergrass mrs Martha, paper box maker, 525 w Main 

Pendergrass miss Minnie L, 209 Qneen 

Pendergrass mrs M J, 516 w Main 

Pendergrass O N, bronzer 119 Mangum (np stairs) r 108; 

Strayhorn x-lUey 
Pendergrass P M, cooper, 516 w Main 
Pendergrass Rufus, pressman, 525 w Main 
Pendergrass R F, cgtte box maker, 516 w Main 
Pendergrass miss Sudie, 209 Queen 
Pendergras"^ T M, cgtte box maker, 516 w Main 
Perkins D B, no Carr 
Perkinson mrs Lilly, 403 Mangum 
Perkinson W W, tailor 122 e Main, r 403 Mangum 
Perry D W, clerk 108 Mangum, r 340 w Green 
Perry Geo W, 305 Lea 

Perry J S, elk 117 e Main, bds 340 w Green 
Perry Lee, 202 Rigsbee ave 
Perry mrs Lena, 303 Lea 
Perry miss Lena J, 202 Rigsbee ave 
Perry mrs Louisa, 145 McMannen 
Perry mrs Louisa J, 340 w Green 
Perry miss Lou M, 202 Rigsbee ave 
Perry L W, 340 w Green 
Perry miss Maggie L, 202 Rigsbe-: ave 
Perry miss Mary E, " " 

Perry Sammy, 340 w Green 
Perry S R, 145 McMannen 
Perry W R, 303 Lea 
Petway miss Ada, 1 1 1 Church 

TjVjCTTpr' with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U iX Lj Associa^^ion of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingtlirough the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, L3'nchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
.Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
"West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 139 

Petway Mrs Fanny, proprietress Hotel Driver, hi 

Church 
Phipps A Y, clerk 122 Main, r 300 McManiien 
Phipps miss Emma, " " 

Phipps miss Eula, '* " 

Phipps J J, pressman, 118 w Main, r no Reams ave 
Phipps miss Lou, 300 McMannen 
Phipps mrs L C, " 

Phipps mrs Sarah, seamstress, no Reams ave 
Pickard miss Estella, cigtte inspector, 113 s Gregson 
Pickard Henry, carpenter, 113 s Gregson 
Pickard mrs Nancy J, 113 s Gregson 
Pickard P McK, 113 s Gregson 
Pickett mrs Bettie W, bds 342 206 Cleveland 
Pickett H S, post office clerk, bds 206 Cleveland. 
Piper mrs Annie E, 123 South 
Piper miss Avie, " " 

Piper Chas L, elk 203 w Main (up stairs) r 123 South 
Piper Eugene C, elk 119 e Main 
Piper E L, eng O & C R R, bds Hotel Driver 
Piper J G, dept supt Blackwell's Dur C Tob Co, r 123 

South 
Piper Sam B, 123 South 
Pleasants mrs Nola, 104 Watkins 
Pleasants R C, saloon, 117 w Parrish, r 104 Watkins 
Pleasants mrs Sarah, 104 Watkins 
Poe EC, 132 Carr 
Poe mrs Jennie, 132 Carr 
Pollard John, farmers' host, 400 w Main 
Ponder miss Vevett, dress maker, in e Main up stairs 

bds 109 Hunt 
Pool mrs Alice, 109 Dandy 
Pool mrs Julia, 400 Mangum 

Pool Rob't, saloon, 117 w Parrish bds 400 Mangum 
Pool S D, carpenter, 109 Dandy 

Reliable and Satisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the Piedmoat Ak-Um, fSr, S,I?g.oru'c': 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. 'For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

140 DIRECTORY— White. 

Pool Waverly, 400 Rigsbee ave 

Pope John W, county tresr'r, manager Far All \V H, 

400 w Main, r 221 Morris 
Pope miss Lizzie, 402 e Main 
Pope mrs Mollie B, 221 Morris 
Pope miss Sarah A E, 404 e Main 
Pope T C, salesman, 213 e Main 
PosTLEY C T, jeweler, 127 e Main 
Post Office, 205 w Main 

Potts Jas, asst janitor court house, r North Durham 
Potter miss Bessie, 107 Hunt 
Presbyterian Church, 301 e Main 
Price Jackson, yard master R & D R R, r 208 e Pettigrew 
Price mrs Sudie, 208 e Pettigrew 
Pridgen J D, elk 107 w Main, r 202 Chapel Hill 
Pridgen mrs Lavenia R, r 202 Chapel Hill 
Pritchard mrs Azzie, bds 113 Jackson 
Pritchard J J, elk no e Main, bds 113 Jackson 
Proctor mrs Decie, 133 McMannen 
Proctor J R, elk 107-109 Corcoran, r 307 Holloway 
Proctor mrs Kate M, 627 Mangum 
Proctor mrs Minnie G, 206 Cleveland 
Proctor mrs M L, 307 Holloway 

Proctor R B, saloon, 117 w Parrish, r 206 Cleveland 
Proctor mrs Sarah J, 627 Mangum 

Proctor W H, grocer, 206 Mangum, r 133 McMannen 
Propst mrs Annie L, 129 South 
Propst H L, office elk R & D R R, r 129 South 
Pugh miss L L, 300 Lea 
Pugh MB, " " 

Pugh M F, tob cutter, 300 Lea 
Pugh mrs Rebecca J, " " 
Pugh R W carpenter, " " 
Pugh W B, " " 

Puryear miss Allie, 124 Carr 

TNQTTPT^' ^^'itli J- J- mack AY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U Iv 1-J Association of Philadelphia. 

The rians of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AlR-LINE.Pnssingthroug'h the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goklsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
<7ainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Ta3'lor. Atlanta, Gfl. 

DIRECTORY— White. 141 



Piiryear L S, clerk, 105 e Main, bds 213 e Main 
UARLES J T, saloon, loi Mangum 



Q 



RABOTKAU MRS S A, 311 e Main 
amsey miss Addie B, stenographer 125 Ramsey 
Ramsey miss Annette, 209 Fuller 
Ramsey miss Annie E, teacher stenography graded 

school, r 125 Ramse}' 
Ramsey nirs Anne T, 125 Ramsey 
Ramsey miss Ardie, 209 Fuller 
Ramsey miss Baitie, 209 Fuller 
Ramsey miss Cora M, 125 Ramsey 
Ramsey mrs Mollie, 209 Fuller 

Ramsey N A, publisher city directory, 125 Ramsey 
Ramsey N A Jr, 125 Ramsey 

Rankin J R, elk 200 w Main, bds Hopkins House 
Rarely mrs Alma, bds 209 Pine 
Rawls miss Annie, xashr Dur Supply Co 126 w Main, r 

117 Broadway 
Rawls mrs AS, 117 Broadway 
Rawls mrs H H, 402 Morehead ave 
Rawls Isaiah, carpenter, 117 Broadway 
Rawls miss Lizzie, 402 Morehead ave 
Rawls miss Nellie, " " 

Rawls Q E, N Y Cash Store 119 e Main, r 402 More- 
head ave 
Ray miss Annie, 105 Holloway 
Ray mrs Caroline, 302 Fuller 
Ray mrs Ellen, 105 Holloway 
Ray miss Emma D, 302 Fuller 
Ray George, 406 Lea 
Ray George, 303 Fuller 
Ray mrs Lncy, 406 Lea 
Ray miss Mollie, 302 Fuller 



BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



Take th,s Piedmont Air-Line 



To the South and' vSoutlx 
"' West, Montgonier}-, Mobile. 
New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information., 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



142 



DIRECTORY— White. 



Ray Newman i\, bvitcher city market loi Church 

Ray Sam, 302 Fuller 

Ray Walker, 302 Fuller 

Reams mrs Bettie R, 308 e Pettigrew 

Reams C F, tobacconist 335 w Green, r 216 Morris 

Reams miss Ella J, 308 e Pettigrew 

Reams G A, canvasser for Parrish wh 300 Mangum 

Reams Jas M, 109 Ramseur 

Reams H A, tobacconist 252 w Peabody, r 308 e Petti- 
grew 

Reams I M, tobacconist 113 Ramseur, r 109 Ramseur 

Reams I M Jr, brakeman O & C R R, r 109 Ramseur 

Reams mrs Lucinda, 109 Ramseur 

Reams mrs LA, 216 Morris 

Reams miss Lula F, 308 e Pettigrew 

Reams miss Mamie, 109 Ramseur 

Reams Sam H, cashier R&D RR, r 109 Ramseur 

Reams Warehouse, J R Hutchings & Co proprietors, 
200 w Main 

Redmond Delia, Alston ave 

Redmond mrs Elvira, 

Redmond J J, 

Redmond J M, 

Redmond miss LouraA, 

Redmond E L, grocer, 

Redmond miss Mary D, 

Redmond W T, farmer, 

Redmond W P, 528 w Main 

Redmond mrs Jennie, 538 w Main 

Reed M W, stenographer, Blackwell's Dur Co-op Tob 
Co, r 202 Ramseur 

Reed mrs Mary A, 202 Ramseur 

Reed miss Addie, " " 

Remington mrs Cora E, 112 Vickers Alley 

Remington Ernest, " " 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutu^ Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing t1iroug"h tlie Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
iGainsville and Athens, to the vSouth and South West. For informa- 
:tion, address, J. h. Taj-lor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 143 



Remington miss Florence H, 305 Milton ave 
RemingtonJE, 

Remington mrs M V, " " 

Renn J R, conductor D & N R R, r 122 Ramseur 
Renn miss Mary, 122 Ramseur 
Renn mrs ME, " 

Rhodes A G & Co, furniture etc, 246 w Main 
Richards mrs Eliza, 225 Morris 

Richardson Alphonso, saddler 120 w Main, r 204 South 
Richardson mrs Anna, 204 South 
Richardson mrs J A, 109 Jackson 
Richardson J B, 204 South 

Richardson L C, engineer D & N R R, bds Hotel Driver 
Riddick W N, elk, loi e Main 
Rigsbee Albert, 509 Mangum 
Rigsbee A J, farmer, 116 South 

Rigsbee A M, genl mdse, 202 Mangum, r 228 Corpora- 
tion 
Rigsbee Clarence, 116 South 
Rigsbee miss Geneva, 116 South 
Rigsbee mrs H V, 509 Mangum 
Rigsbee miss J G, " " 

Rigsbee miss Mattie T, 228 Corporation 
Rigsbee R H, P O clerk 205 w Main, r 228 Corporation 
Rigsbee miss Rosa L, 228 Corporation 
Rigsbee mrs R M, " " 

Rigsbee miss Sallie A, " " 

Rigsbee Thos J, farmer, 509 Mangum 
Rigsbee Wm T, 228 Corporation 
Rigsbee iniss Zoa L, 228 Corporation 
Riley Jas O, tailor 122 e Main, bds Driver House 
Rippey D L, 204 Yancey 
Rippey mrs Geneva, 204 Yancey 
Roanoke House, mrs M A Watts prop, 400 INIangum 

GENUINE DUEHAM TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BUEL. 



'IIM r ATT? T Tl^?<' ^^^^ Great Passenjafer and Freight 
^iMi t, Xljtlfe- MiiNj «, ij„e of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed FaciUties for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight .Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

144 DIRECTORY— White. 



Roberson mrs Elizabeth, adv dept BlackwelTs Fact, r 

300 IMoreliead ave 
Roberson Jas E, lab, r 300 Morehead ave 
Robersoii J T,' saloon elk, 109 Mangum 
Roberson mrs M C, 210 Willard ave 
Roberts mrs E N, 232 Cleveland 
Roberts Dr J D, physician and snroeon 123 \v IMain, r 

232 Cleveland 
Roberts miss Jessie S, 232 Cleveland 
Roberts mrs S J, 107 Hollo way 
Robertson miss Annie, 222 Willard 
Robertson mrs Elizabeth, " " 

Robertson James " " 

Robinson Mrs Cora P, local editor "The Durham 

Daily vSun," bds 213 e Main , 
Robinson James A, editor "The Dnrham Daily Snn,'* 

bds 213 e Main 
Rochelle Alvis T, 522 w Peabody 
RocHELLE Art Gallery, 112 w Main up stairs 
Rochelle C W, photog-rapher 112 w Main (np stairs)^ 

r 311 Ramsenr 
Rochelle mrs Corinna, 311 Ramsenr 
Rochelle Eugene S, " " 

Rochelle mrs Francis, 522 w Peabodv 
Rochelle F P, an 

Rochelle G W, 130 Carr 
Rochelle miss Heniietta, 130 Carr 
Rochelle miss Lillie J, 311 Ramsenr 
Rochelle miss Marv E, 522 w Peabod^• 
Rochelle Wm J, 
Rogers miss Annie, elk 206 Mangum, bds 133 Mci\Ian-i 

nen 
Rogers mrs Annie B, 106 Wyatt 
Rogers miss Belle, 217 Dillard 
Rogers mrs B A, 522 w Main 

Jr mr a Pl^ a V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. J . lYi/\UJI\x\ I Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J. J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing tlirough the Citi^ 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, vSalisburv, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and vSouth 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. ^ 



.Rogers B W, elk 122 (Z I Lyoii & Co) e Pettigrew, r 600 

Maiiguin 
Rogers mrs Cora A, 450 Roxboro 
Rogers Clyde C, 106 Wyatt 
Rogers C J, 522 w Main 
Rogers miss Elvira, 657 IMangnm 
Rogers Ernest T, " '^ 

Rogers mrs Florrie M, iii Broadway 
Rogers Jno C. paper box mfr 120 w Main tup stains), i 

106 Wyatt 
Rogers Jno C Jr, 106 Wyatt 

Rogers J F, fireman O & C R R, r 450 Roxboro 
Rogers J J, upholsterer, 522 \v Main 
Rogers J S, 657 Mangum 
Rogers mrs Lucy B, 657 Mangum 
Rogers E D, cheroot maker 113-115 Mangum 
Rogers miss Mary E, 600 Mangum 
.Rogers mrs Mattie W, " " 

Rogers Pell S, 106 Wyatt 
Rogers miss Vivian G, ifi Broadway 
Rogers L D, 522 w Main 
Rogers miss Eola T, 600 Mangum, 
Rrgers miss Olivia cgtte pkr 522 w Main 
.Rogers R I, proprietor Durham INIarble Works 219 w 

Main, r iii Broadway 
Rogers W H, (Dur Furham Co) 107^109 Corcoran, t 

600 Mangum 
Rollins AW, in Jackson 
Rollins mrs E J, in Jackson 
Rollins ^ T, pressman Blackwell's Dur C T Co, rut 

Jackson 
Rollins W P, foreman box shop Blackwell's Dur C T 

Co, r 1 1 1 Jackson 
Roney miss Annie, 336 w Peabody 
Roney mrs Cornelia M, 405 Mangnm 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ^^XTlt::;: 

rehable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market 
hence dealers and consumers alwavs pronounce it "THE BEST " ' 
14 



Tlie Great Passenger and Freight 
'l I^ine of the South, witli unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

146 DIRECTORY— White. 



Roney J G, tobacconist, 115 Roney, r 214. Morris 

Roney mrs Sallie, 214 Morris 

Rosemond nirs Dora, 130 McManiieu 

Rosemond G Palmer, it u 

Rosemond H M, city bakery 126 e Main, r 130 Mc- 
Maniien 

Rosemond Robt T, 130 McMannen 

Ross C G, Depnty Collector 101 w Main^ r645 Mangum 

Ross mrs Melinda, 113 Cora 

Ross mrs N E, 645 Mangum 

Rowe A Mc, painter, 447 Roxboro 

Rowe Jas P, painter, ' ' " 

Rowe mrs Martha A, " " 

Rowe T E, painter, 447 Roxboro 

Rowe W W, painter, " " 

Rowland miss Gena, teacher graded school, ii4Ramsenr 

. Rowland mrs V C, 114 Ramseur 

Rowland miss Eula, " " 

Rowland Will B, " 

Rowland W H, tobacconist (R & Cooperl, 112 McMan- 
nen, r 114 Ramseur 

Rowland & Cooper, tobacconists, 112 McMannen 

ST GEORGE MRS SUE, 106 Holloway 
atterwhite S R, 208 Jackson 
Sanders mrs J A, 134 South 
Sanders W T, ice dealer, r 134 South 
vSaunders miss Aggie, 205 Cleveland 
Saunders miss Bessie, " " 

Saunders David, cgtte mch hand, 520 w Main 
Saunders miss Ellen, 205 Cleveland 
Saunders miss Florida, " " 

Saunders miss Laura B, teacher graded school, 205 

Cleveland 
Saunders mrs M S, 205 Cleveland 
Saunders miss Nina, 205 Cleveland 

J[ M A P k^ A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. u. iVi/\.Ui\A 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to" see J. J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



rPAKE THEPIEBMONT AIR-LI NE,,P«ssing through the Cities 
1 _ot Kaleigh, Durham, Goldsljoro, Spartanburg. Greenville Seneca 
•Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South Vest. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. ■- 



DIRECTORY— White. 14; 

Sannciers R B, clieiiiist Dur Bull Pert Fact, 205 Cleveland 

.Saunders W A, 205 Cleveland 

Scarlett J S, policeman, 104 Dandy 

.Scarlett nirs Susan " " ' 

Schenick Harry, grocer, 132 Fayetteville 

Schenick mrs Sadie 132 Fayetteville 

Schwartz J, butcher city market, r 102 Carr 

Schwartz miss Lena, 102 Carr 

Scog-gins mrs Caroline, 205 Pine 

Scoggins mrs Cora, " '' 

Scoggins T H, saloon loi Mangum, r 20c; Pine 

Scott mrs Annie C, 106 Seminary 

Scott miss Bessie, 102 Jones 

Scott miss C O, " '' 

Scott JnoG, " " 

Scott J M, 107 s Gregson 

Scott J W, " '' 

Scott miss Nettie, 211 Liberty 

Scott miss O M, 102 Jones 

Scott O Q, 107 s Gregson 

Scott mrs Pauline T, 102 Jones 

Scott V M, 107 s Gregson 

Scott W D, 106 Seminary 

Scott W J, 167 s Gregson 

Sears A A, livery and sale stables, 220 w ALain, r 220 

Morris 
Sears D T, floor mgr Far Alliance wh, 400 w Main 
Sears mrs Mary E, 220 Morris ' 

Sears Robert E, 220 Morris 
Seeman H, (H Seeman & Son) 210 e Pettigrew 
Seeman H E, "Educator Co," (up stairs), r North Dur^ 

ham 
Seeman J F, (H Seeman & Son), 210 e Pettigrew 
Seeman H & Son, carriage makers, 1 1 7 e p'eabodv 
Seeman mrs Rosa, 210 e Pettigrew 



BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



Take the Piedmont Air-Lins, ,^0", Sh4t'"rl>'t 

rirl Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information., 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

148 DIRECTORY— White. 



Sellers miss Annie F, 204 Jackson 

Sellers miss Clemmie, " "• 

Sellers mrs Fannie, lai Yancey 

Sellers miss Pearl, 204 Jackson 

Shambley mrs Dora, 105 Garretts Alley 

Shambley Jack, '' " 

Shaw mrs mamie C, 106 Cleveland 

Shaw W W, elk 107-109 Corcoran, r 106 Cleveland 

Shaw miss Julia W, 106 Cleveland 

Shelburn John H, photographer, 143 McMannen 

Shelburn mrs Martha D, 143 McMannen 

Shelburn mrs Mollie B, wdw, 143 McMannen 

Shelburn W, photographer 103 e Main (up-stairs), r 
143 McMannen 

Shelburn's Photograph Parlors, 103 e Main up 
stairs 

Shepherd John W, 452 Roxboro 

Shepherd mrs Penny N, 452 Roxboro 

Sheppe E S, editor "Educator" 119 Mangum, bds Dri- 
ver House 

Shipp miss Myrtie 213 Rigsbee ave 

Sheron mrs Jennie, 105 Cora 

Sheron Jos, shuttle maker, 505 Mangum 

Sheron J A, 105 Cora 

Sheron mrs J A, cgtte pkr, 505 Mangum 

Sheron mrs Kate, " " 

Sheron mrs SB, " " 

Sheron W A, " '' 

Simons C L, 405 Lea 

Simons mrs Eliza " " 

Simons mrs Fidelia, " " 

Simons J L, carpenter, " " 

Sims H H, jailer, 112 Ramseur 

Sims mrs Melissa P, 112 Ramseur 



IN^TIPF ^"th J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mntual Life 
11^ O U JaJlj Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Passing- through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 149 

Sims miss Rachel L, teacher graded school, 112 Ram- 
seur 

Singer Mfg Co, J W Hamilton liig-r, 114 e Main 

Skipper W L, 103 e Main 

Slade mrs Fannie E, boarding 118 e Main 2d floor 

Slade miss Lillie E, *' " 

Slade miss Nora, " *' 

Slade W T, '• 

Slater Herbert, 138 McMannen 

.Slater mrs Minnie, " " 

Slater W A, (W A S & Co) cor Main and Mangnm, r 
138 McMannen 

Slater W A & Co, clothing, cor w Main and Mangnm 

Slaughter J F Jr, Cashr Fidelity Bank 201 w Main, 
bds Hotel Claiborn 

Smith mrs Ada M, millinery 127 e Main, r 203 Cleve- 
land 

Smith mrs Amanda C, 402 e Main 

Smith mrs Becky, 322 e Pettigrew 

Smith B F, 134 Carr 

Smith Collie, grocer 510 e Main, bds 315 Chapel Hill 

Smith mrs E D, 202 Pine 

Smith mrs Eliza E, 402 e Main 

Smith miss Emma L, 204 Willard 

Smith H M, printer, 202 Pine 

Smith Dr J A, 205 w Green 

Smith John W, tobacconist (J W S & Co) 308 w Main, 
r 402 e Main 

Smith J W & Co, leaf tob dealers, 308 w Main 

Smith Jos Y. 134 Carr 

Smith miss Katie L, 204 Willard 

Smith miss Lillie, cgtte pkr, 510 w Main 

Smith miss Lottie, tel opr, i I'l Corcoran, r East Durham 

Smith miss Mary, 134 Carr 

Smith miss Minerva, 134 Carr 

Reliable and Satisfactory I 

BLACKW£LL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the Piedmont Air-iine, ^Jlll wShhigton^D/c! 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information,, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

71^" "~ DIRECTORY— White. 



Smith miss Mollie, telephone exchange, iii Corcoran, 

r East Durham 
Smith M, grocer, 322 e Pettigrew 
Smith mrs M E, dress maker 510 e Main 
Smith mrs Nancy, 134 Carr 
Smith P S, grocer, cor w Proctor and Sonth, r 204 Wil- 

lard 
Smith miss Sallie, 204 Willard 
Smith Thos, 130 e Main, r 134 Carr 
Smith T B ]v\ tel messenger, 1 1 1 Corcoran r E Dnrham 
Smith miss Willie A, 203 Cleveland 
Smith Vernon, 510 w Main 
Smith mrs Virginia C, 204 Willard 
SneedJ E, loi Dandy 
SneED J H, (W A Slater & Co) 100 w Main, bds 213 

Main 
Sneed mrs Lula, loi Dandy 
Sneed mrs M T, 105 Willard ave 
Sneed Paul C, drug elk, cor Main and Mangum 
Sneed mrs S H, loi Dandy 
Sneed T J, " " 

Snow mrs Annie E, 300 Chapel Hill 
Snow H N, Cashier Blackwell's Dur Co-op T Co, r 300 

Chapel Hill 
Snow miss OUie, 300 Chapel Hill 
Sorrell Albert, cgtte maker 130 e Main (up stairs), r 107 

n Gregson 
Southern Educator, E S Sheppe editor 119 Mangum 

up stairs 
Southern Express Co, 102 e Parrish 
SouTHGATE James, ins (J S & Son) 105 w IVIain (up 

stairs) 222 e Peabody 
SouTHGATE James H, ins (J S & Son) 105 w Main (up 

stairs) r 222 e Peabody 
Southgate mrs Kate F, 222 e Peabody 

TIMCTTDT? ^vit^^ J J- MACK AY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U rV L Association of Philadelphia 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing tliroii<;li Oie Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Tajdor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 151 



SouTHGATE J & SoN, iiis 105 w Main up stairs 

Speed Henry, 202 Rigsbee ave 

Spell miss Bettie, cgtte pkr, 308 Morgan 

Spicer Jno T, 323 Chapel Hill 

Stanard R C, Div Frt A^t Norfolk & Western R R, 
office: room 10 Wright Building, cor Corcoran and 
w Main 

Starr J E, 216 w Pettigrew 

Steam Bottling Works, J O Sharpe & Co props 226 
w Main 

Steadman mrs Alice, 305 Lea 

SteadmanJW, " " 

Steed miss Bessie, 507 w Main 

Steed mrs C J, 

Steed Irwin, an. 

Steed J L, u c. 

Stephens, mrs M J, dress maker, 114 Poplar 

Stephens T M, harness maker, 114 Poplar 

Stephenson miss Addie, 414 Willard 

Stephenson Alfred, " " 

Stephenson Andrew, " " 

Stephenson miss Fannie, " " 

Stephenson mrs Mary M, " " 

Stephenson R W, confectioner 106 w Main, r 414 Wil- 
lard 

Stokes A H, tobacconist, (x\ H S & Co) 114 w Parrish, 
r South Durham 

Stokes A H & Co, leaf tob dealers, 114 w Parrish 

Stone miss Bettie, 118 Hunt 

Stone mrs C E, 511 Mangum 

Stone mrs Fannie B, bds Hopkins House 

Stone miss Mary E, 511 Mangum 

Stone W H Sr, elk, 511 Mangum 

Stone W H Jr, dry goods (Ellis Stone & Co) 124 w 
Main, bds Hopkins House 

GENUINE DURHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



fake the Piedmont Air-Line ^:;:^,:sSLs;$^t 

New Orleans, Shrivcport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

152 DIRECTORY— White. 



Stratton G W, L & D R R, Ms 203 Rainseur 

Strattoii W M, ■ ^' 

Strayhorn nirs Alice H, 105 Holloway 

Strayliorn miss Annie E, 3 1 1 Lea 

Stra}'horn T F, local eng, 105 Holloway 

Strayhorn Gus S, 105 Broadway 

Strayliorn Robt H, elk 108 Mangum 

Strickland Clyde, tel mess, iii Corcoran r E Durham. 

Styron mrs Bertha, 209 Roxboro 

Styro'i B G, 139 McMannen 

Styron mrs Clara, 217 Liberty 

Styron Chas R, elk, r 309 e Main 

Styron Eugene, tobacconist, 209 Roxboro 

Styron Frank B, flagman R & D R R, r 309 e Main 

Styron miss Katie, 309 e Main 

Styron miss Nora,* " " 

Styron miss Pattie, " " 

Styron mrs Sally " *■' 

Styron W K, elk 116 w Main, r 309 e Main 

Sumnierfield Abe, 301 w Pettigrew 

Summerfield mrs C, (C Summerfield & Co) r 301 w Pet- 
tigrew 

Sunr.nerfield C & Co, clothing, 118 w Main 

Sur.nnei-field M, (C Summerfield & Co) r 301 w Petti- 
grew 

Summerfield Otto, 301 w Pettigrew 

Summerfield miss Rosa, 301 w Pettigrew 

Suit Willie, 123 McMannen 

Surles mrs Bettie H, 115 Jackson 

Surles Robt L, asst yard master, L & D R R, 115 Jack- 
son 

Surles W B, mdse broker 201 w Main (up stairs), r 115 
Jackson 

Sutton W^ A, cigar mkr, 11 3-1 15 Mangum 

Swersky B, peddler, 107 Cora 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



HTAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
I of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and' South 
West. For information, address, J. h. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 153 

Swift J W, tobacconist 108 Roney, r Caswell Hill 
Sykes miss Mary J, (deaf mute) cgtte pkr, bds 208 e 
Pettigrew 

TATE MRS MARY J, 539 w Main 
Tate R H, 
Tate Will, " " 

Tatum miss Althea, 124 South 

Tatum Ben C, a i^ 

Tatnm Earle L, u a 

Tatum mrs Eula M, " " 

Tatum J W, tobacconist, u u 

Tatum miss Lillie L, i^ a 

Tatum miss Magnolia, " '• 

Tatum miss Rosa J, u u 

Taylor C C, stoves and tinware, 115 e Main, r 225 

Morris 
Ta}dor mrs Eliza, 225 Morris 
Taylor mrs FanniC; wid, nurse, 503 Mangum 
Taylor Geo S, tinner, 115 e Main, r 102 Hunt 
Taylor miss Josie, 225 Morris 
Taylor miss Lilly, " " 

Taylor miss Lizzie, " " 

Ta\'lor mrs Mary M, 102 Hunt 
Teer Alexander, 216 Lea 
Terry S M, 126 Carr 

Tliacker A L, grocer, 213 Morehead ave, r 209 Yancey 
Thacker mrs M J, ^^ u 

Thaxton miss Ferrebe, 203 Ramseur 
Thaxton mrs Joe, " " 

Thaxton J A, farmer, bds " 
Thaxton Dr J J, physician, me Main (upstairs) bds 

203- Ramseur 
Thaxton J J, (Thaxton & Patton ), 116 w Main r 208 

South 
Thaxton mrs Nora B, r 208 South 

Blackwell's Durham Toljacco plpiriTfo^; 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 

15 



HflM^Tvo *X»~ d<«il¥¥»«w* A il*» T iv»« The shortest direct line 
l^m IM Ml^mLQm ^ir-MHe, from Washington, D. C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. . For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

154 DIRECTORY— White. 

Thomas A J, (Darnall & T) 103 e Main (up stairs) bds 

Driver House 
Thomas Allen S, drug elk, 106 e Main 
Thomas mrs Bertha, 213 Rigsbee ave 
Thomas C C, collector First Nat Bank, bds Hopkins 

House 
Thomas mrs Jessie, bds Driver House 
Thomas L E, saloon elk, loi Mangum 
Thomason M, wheelwright, 415 w Green • 
Thompson Andrew, 214 w Main 
Thompson A S, saloon, (Barbee & T) 106 Mangum r 

205 Willard 
Thompson miss Bessie, 205 Willard 
Thompson miss Carrie L, 106 Holloway 
Thompson miss Ella A, 334 Chapel Hill 
Thompson E C, grocer, 320 e Pettigrew, r 118 Ramseur 
Thompson Edgar E, elk 202 Mangum, r 205 Liberty 
Thompson mrs Emily E, 106 Holloway 
Thompson Eugene E, tobacconist, bds 105 Chapel Hill 
Thompson Geo O, cgtte mach hand, 621 Lea 
Thompson J J, grocer, 332 Chapel Hill, r 334 Chapel Hill 
Thompson mrs Josie S, 205 Liberty 
Thompson mrs LB, 621 Lea 

Thomson miss Lula E, cig pkr, t' " 

Thompson mrs Melissa 205 Willard 
Thompson mrs M E, 105 Chapel Hill 
Thompson mrs M F, 334 Chapel Hill » 

Thompson mrs Sally D, 109 Dandy 
Thompson W B, 106 Holloway 
Thompson W H, " " ' 

Thompson W W, printer, 129 e Main, (up stairs), bds 

334 Chapel Hill 
Thomson mrs A L, 105 Willard ave 
Thomson E F, book kpr W Duke Sons & Co, r 105 
Willard ave 

TIM^TTPl^ "^^'^^^1 J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
li 1 »D U lAJli Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



JAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Passingthrou-h the Cities 
Rpi-nLin l"i If ' ^^V^.'-lottesville. Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West, tor information, address, J. h. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. I^ 



Tilman W B, io8 Vickers Alley 

Tilmau nirs Sallie M, io8 Vickers Alley 

Tingen B T, confectioner, :^oo w Main, r 107 Jones 

Tingen mrs Eliza A, n u 

Tingen miss Jennie, 506 e Main 

Tingen R B, 107 Jones 

Tingen miss Virgie E, 107 Jones 

Tippet R L, 109 Dandy 

Tomlinson Mrs A J, ' r 404 IMorehead ave 

Tomlinson Lawrence x^, " " 

Tomlinspn miss Lottie M, " " 

Tomlinson miss Mabel L, " " 

Tomlinson S F, supt R F Morris & Son, tob and snnff 

factory, w Peabody, r 404 Morehead ave 
Tomlinson Willard C, " " 

Tnllock G W, 306 McMannen , 

Tullock mrs Nancy J, " " 

Tnllock miss Nannie, " " 

Tullock SJ, 
Tnllock T J, 
Tullock W F, 

Turner A B, carpenter, 307 Morgan * 

Turner mrs Bettte M, u ^ 

Turner Claude H, 506 Mangum 
Turner E W, painter, r 302 Morehead ave 
Turner miss Lena, 307 Morgan 
Turner L G, 506 Mangum 
Turner miss Mary, 307 Morgan 

Turner mrs Mary A, " " 

Turner mrs M E, cgtte pkr, 209 McMannen 
Turner W D, 506 Mangum 

Turner W E, dept supt B D Tob Co, " " 

Turner miss Victoria, cgtte pkr, r 209 McMannen 
Turrentine miss Alice, 134 McMannen 
Turrentine mrs A B V, 210 Queen 

Reliable and Satisfactory / 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the Piedmont Air-Line ^^J^,:;;SiS^. 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

156 DIRECTORY— Whitk. 



TurrentineJ S, 210 Queen 

Turrentine mrs Martitia, 134 McManneii 

Tuviii Abraham, elk, 116 e Main 

Tyson James, farmer, 206 Chapel Hill 

Tyson Jas J, conductor N & W R R, " '' 

Tyson mrs M A J, '' " 

UMSTEAD A K, tobacconist, 30..; Dillard 
mstead mrs E W, an 

Um stead Joe M, " " 

Umstead Jas N, tobacconist, 301 HoUoway, t.2M) Cleve- 
land 
Umstead mrs Lizzie J, 210 Cleveland 
Umstead Martin, 302 Dillard 
Umstead Wm U, 210 Cleveland 
Upcburch C E, 316 Chapel Hill 
Upchurch miss Etta, 130 McMannen 
Upchurch mrs Ida B, 316 Chapel Hill 
Upchurch miss Irene, " " 

Upchurch O K, elk, 122 \v Main 

VANNQPPEN CHAS L, 204 McMannen 
auNoppenJJ, " " 

Vaughan mrs Emma, loi Dillard 
Vaughan P W, drugs, 106 e Main, r loi Dillard 
Vaughan W H, printer, 118 \v Main, bds Driver House 
Vernon miss Annice, 438 w Main 
Vesson miss May, 307 Lea 
Vezey G L, 611 Mangum 

Vezey mrs Louisa, " " 

Vickers Claude, 623 w Proctor 

Vickers Clyde, " '' 

Vickers mrs Geneva A, " " 

Vickers miss Hattie M, " '' 

Vickers mrs Laura, 309 Ramseur 
Vickers miss Lucy E, 623 Proctor 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASvSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingtlirough fheCities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and Soitth West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. h. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White, 157 



Vicker.s Dr T S, physician, 1236 Main r 309 Ramseur 
Vickers W D, saloon elk, 112 Church, r w Durham 
Vickers W G, pub school supt, 623 Proctor 
Vickers mrs MoUie, 103 Garrett's Alley 
Vickers Robt G, 623 w Proctor 

WAHAB U M, dept supt Blackwells Dur C T Co, 
bds Hotel Claiborn 
Walker Rev Alex, tob buyer Blackwells Dur C T Co, r 

117 Ramseur 
Walker D T, iioWillard 
Walker miss Hallie B, 124 Ramseur 
W^alker mrs H R, 117 Ramseur 
Walker miss Ivey, 124 Ramseur 
Walker J B, tobacconist, 1 1 1 Pine, r East Durham 
Walker, J W, (J T Pinnix & Co) no Watkins, r 124 

Ramseur 
Walker J W Jr, 124 Ramseur 
Walker miss Nannie M, 124 Ramseur 
Walker miss Sadie C, 124 Ramseur 
Walker Thos, 128 South 

Walker Thos J, tob buyer Dukes, r West Durham 
Walker Yancev, 117 Ramseur 
Wall mrs K M, 305 Chapel Hill 
Wall miss Mary S, 305 Chapel Hill 
Wall W Iv, book kpr, Blackwells Dur C T Co, r 305 

Chapel Hill 
Walter miss Lora, 524 w Main 
Ward J J, drug elk 123 e Main, bds 213 e Main 
Warren miss Annie L, dress maker in e Main (Up stairs) 

r 226 Morris 
Warren Charles, 226 Morris 
Warren miss Corinna C, 654 Mangum 
Warren J A, Reams warehouse 200 w Main 
Warren J B, supt Dukes Fact, r West Durham 

'blackwells DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



,jlJ The Great Passenger and Freight 
J|Ji,l?IJiJ|j Line of the South, with unsurpass- 



ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser 
rice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

158 DIRECTORY— White. 

Watkins miss Eula, elk 124 e Main, r 302 Lea 

Watkins M L, R & D RR 

Watts miss Annie L, r 506 Lea 

W^atts miss Ella, 400 Mangum 

Watts Geo W, (W Duke Sons & Co), r 506 Lea 

Watts J T, horse trader, 400 Mangum 

Watts miss Lin a B, 400 Mangum 

Watts mrs L V, r 506 Lea 

Watts Moran, 620 Mangum 

Watts mrs M A, prop. Roanoke House, 400 Mangum 

Watts mrs M F, 219 Cleveland 

Watts mrs M W, 620 Mangum 

Watts miss Nellie G, 219 Cleveland 

Watts S E, book kpr, 202 Mangum, 1219 Cleveland 

Watts W T, tob flavorer, B D C Tob Co, r 620 Mangum 

Watts W T Jr, 620 Mangum 

Weatlierspoon A L, 320 Chapel Hill 

Weatherspoon mrs C A, 320 Chapel Hill 

Weatlierspoon miss Florence, 320 Chapel Hill 

Weatherspoon mrs Isilla, sack stringer, no Reams ave 

Weatlierspoon John, no Reams ave 

Weatherspoon miss Rosa, sack stringer, no Reams ave 

Weatherspoon mrs Sarah, 508 w Peabody 

Weatherspoon Wm, 508 w Peabody 

Weatherspoon W H, (W H W & Co) 209 Mangum, r 

320 Chapel Hill 
Weatherspoon W H & Co, grocers, 209 Mangum 
Webster mrs Bettie, 126 Carr 
Webster J C, carpenter 126 Carr 
West mrs Hattie, 204 Morris 

West Horace, ticket agt R&D RR, bds 204 Morris 
West miss Mollie, book agt, bds 340 w Green 
Westridge mrs Margaret, 651 Mangum 
Westridge Saml, " " 

Wheeler Eleanor M, 206 Willard 

JT TV/T A r*!/ A V represents the Fidelity Mutuai. Life 
. U . iVi ALlY A 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J. J, MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PI ED MONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gaiiisville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. i^q 



Wheeler J H, shoe maker, 206 Willard 

AVheeler Paul, ecu 

Wheeler Rebecca G, a. u ■ 

Whi taker miss Ada I, artist, 225 Cleveland 

AVhitaker miss Anna, no South 

Whitaker miss Bessie, " " 

Wliitaker miss Bettie £,311 Jackson 

Whitaker mrs Carrie A, 225 Cleveland 

Whitaker C D, foreman "Daily Globe", r no South 

Whitaker Charles, 319 Morgan 

Whitaker Charles R, 311 Jackson 

Whitaker mrs Dora E, 312 Lea 

AVhitaker D W, (Whitaker Printing House) 1 18 w Main 
(up stairs), r 225 Cleveland 

Whitaker E J, machinist W Duke Sons & Co, r3ii Lea 

Whitaker mrs Fannie, 311 Lea 

Whitaker miss Fannie E, 225 Cleveland 

Whitaker mrs Ida P, 105 Broadway 

Whitaker mrs Julia A, 105 Holloway 

Whitaker J A S, marble cutter, 219 w Main, r 105 
Broadway 

Whitaker Jno W, 657 Mangum 

Whitaker mrs Lizzie D, no South 

Whitaker miss Lottie L, 225 Cleveland 

Whitaker mrs Maggie, 319 Morgan 

Wliitaker mrs Maggie J, 657 Mangum 

AVhitaker mrs Mary, 311 Jackson 

Whitaker miss Mattie C, 311 Jackson 

Whitaker Printing House, 118 w Main up stairs 

Whitaker Thos J, dept supt B D C Tob Co, r 311 Jack- 
son 

Whitaker Thos S, pressman, 118 w Main, r 105 Hollo- 
way 

Whitaker W B, 312 Lea 

Whitaker Zack, 225 Cleveland 

GENUINE DURHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



fake the Ksdmant Air-Line, fJJS ^StaVtr^iVc! 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 60 DIRECTORY— White. 



White mrs Callie, 526 w Main 

White C C, ass't supt at Duke's, 526 w Main 

White mrs D L, 214 Cleveland 

White Eddie, 303 Fnller 

White Geo W, collector, bds 108 Seminary 

White J A, Agt R & D R R, bds Hopkins House 

White mrs J A, bds Hopkins House 

White J A Jr, 

White mrs Julia F, w'd'w 526 w Main 

White mrs J'L, 526 w Main 

White Jno W, bds Hopkins House 

White Kenneth M, 

White mrs Mary E, 303 Fuller 

White mrs Millie, 108 Seminars- 
White miss Nannie, 623 e Main 

White R A, clerk, 107 w Main, bds Hotel Claiborn 

White R E, secty Y M C A, 107, 109 Corcoran, bds 
214 e Main 

White Robt S, bds Hopkins House 

White Wm R, 303 Fuller 

White Willie, '^ 

Whitehead R P, clerk, 203 w Main, bds Hotel Claiborn 

WhiTEHURST R F, president Durham Medicated Ciga- 
rette Co) 130 e Main, upstairs, bds Hotel Claiborn 

Whitehurst mrs S E, bds Hotel Claiborn 

Whitfield mrs Hawkins, 460 Roxboro 

Whitfield T W, carpenter, 460 Roxboro 

Whitley, mrs E A, dressmaker, 203 e Main 

Whitley R D, Jeweler, 203 e Main 

Whitt A T, 335 Chapel Hill 

Whitt miss Minnie Lee, 300 Fuller 

Whitt mrs Sallie H, 300 Fuller 

Whitt mrs Sallie T, 335 Chapel Hill 

Whitt T A, 300 Fuller 

Whitt Wm T, 300 Fuller '* 

TMCTIDT? "^^'^^'^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
i i> O U Iv Ej AssociaHon of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. i6i 

Whitted mrs Ella F, 223 Morris 

Whitted J M, teller. First Natl Bank, r 223 Morris 

Whitted J Y, mfr plug tob, (Whitted Tobacco Co), 206 

e Pettigrew, r 305 e Main 
"Whitted nirs Mary J, 305 e Main 
Whitted mrs MoUie L, 223 Morris 
Whitted mrs N E, 618 Mangnm 
Whitted mrs Sally, 223 Morris 
Whitted S E, carpenter, 618 Mangiim 
Whitted W W; bookkeeper, Fidelity Bank, bds 223 

Morris 
Whitted The J Y Tob Works, J Y Whitted Brest, E J 

Parrish \'ice P, J M Whitted Sec and Treas, 206 e 

Pettigrew. 
Wicks miss Carrie, 114 North 
Wicks Geo W, cigtt mch hand, 114 North 
Wiggins J W, farmer, 104 Vickers x^lley 
W^iggins mrs M.L, wdw, 327 Chapel Hill 
Wilbon J D, Sr, collector for W R Mnrra>- & Co, r 102 

Hunt 
Wilbon J D, Jr, printer, 119 e IMain, r 102 Hunt 
Wilbon mrs Martha T, 102 Hunt 
Wilkerson mrs Ella M, 535 w Main 
Wilkerson John C, tobacconist, 108 w Green 
Wilker mrs Ada, 109 Dandy 
Wilker Adam, 
Wilker miss Mattie, " . " 
Wilker miss Nannie " " 

Wilkerson mrs Justina L, boarding, 108 w Green 
Wilkerson mrs Mittie x\' 535 w Main 

Wilkerson mrs Sarah A, " " 

Wilkerson Walter A, '' . " 

Wilkinson A, no Carr 

Wilkinson mrs Bettie A, boarding, no Carr 
Wilkinson miss /E^la no Carr 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco p:;!':':';!^™: 

reliable, satisfactorj' Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers alwavs pronounce it "THE BEvST." 
16 



Take the Piedmont Air-Line. ,ll ^^°r4.on!^^.'l"! 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

i6- DIRECTORY— White. 

Wilkinson HariT L, no Carr 

Wilkinson Jos A, u c. 

Wilkinson miss Lncy E, *■' *"' 

Wilkinson miss Maggie, u ti 

Wilkinson S M, c. cc . 

Willard Tlios B, clerk, Morris Mfg Co, bds 404 More- 
head ave 

William> A B, tob worker, 446 Roxboro 

Williams mrs Annie W, 409 Rigsbee ave 

Williams mrs Bettie C, 114 Carr 

Williams miss Bettie V, 409 Rigsbee ave 

Williams mrs Blanche, 128 Sonth 

Williams mrs Cattarine C, 605 e Main 

Williams C H, tobacconist, bds Hopkins House 

Williams Chas H, tobacconist, 114 Can- 
Williams mrs Cora L, 604 Mangnm 

Williams miss Ella, 114 Carr 

Williams mrs Hattie, 446 Roxboro 

Williams H B, 114 Carr 

Williams miss Jennie D, 409 Rigsbee ave 

Williams miss Ludelia, 204 South 

Williams miss Lula, 407 Lea 

Williams Luther, 114 Carr 

Williams mrs Mary E, 114 Carr 

Williams mrs mary W, 318 e Pettigrew 

Williams P H, tobacconist, 128 South 

Williams R D, gen manager and propr Banner Ware- 
house, 214 w Main, r 409 Rigsbee ave 

Williams R K, clerk R & D R R depot, bds Hotel Clai- 
born 

Williams R P, cashier Farmers Alliance Warehouse, r 
604 Mangum 

Williams R W, clerk Banner Warehouse, r 409 Rigsbee 
ave 

Williams mrs Sallie, 11 4' South 

TNQTTRT7 "^^^"-'^ J' J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 i > kJ U r\ Hi Associa*^ion of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AlR-LlNE,P?ssingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informal 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 163 

Williams S M, L & D R R, bds 125 Ramseur 
Williams W A, agt L & D R R, bds 318 e Pettigrew 
Williams W J, elk, 114 South 
Wills H C, tinner, 115 e ]\Iain 
Wilson miss Annie E, 211 Liberty 
Wilson mrs Addie N, 211 Liberty 
Wilson C R, farmer, 229 Morris 
Wilson J G, fireman R&DRR, r2ii Liberty- 
Wilson L J, 114 e Main 
Wilson mrs Lucy M, 229 Morris 
Wilson miss Mattie, 220 Willard 
Wilson mrs Sarah J, 222 Willard ave 
Wilson W C, carpenter, 222 Willard ave 
Wilson W F, supervisor R&DRR, 211 Liberty 
Wimberly Celestia, 107 s Gregson 

Wimberly Himenia, " " 

Wimberly Matthew, carpenter 107 s Gregson 
Wimberly Sarah, 107 s Gregson 
Winston T J, elk, 122 w Main, r 116 South 
Winston, mrs Lula E, 116 South 
Wise mrs J J, 508 w Main 
Wise L W, bds Hotel Driver 
Wise miss Mary, 508 w Main 
Wise W D, watchman Dukes, r 508 w Main 
Womble mrs Belle, 218 Libert v 
Wonible Bertie P, " " ' 

Womble Eustice L, " " 

Womble F C, clerk no e Main, r 218 Liberty 
Womble JnoT, Hardware, no e Main, r 218 Liberty 
Womble mrs Lina, 218 Liberty 
Wood mrs Ada V, 105 Markham 
Wood mrs C S, 302 Jackson, 
Wood Geo T, 126 e Main up stairs 
Wood J S, 302 Jackson 
Wood mrs Lena, 126 e Main up stairs 

'bLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO / 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



Take the Piedmont Air-Line westMomgoLry!^^^^^^^ 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

164 DIRECTORY— White. 



Wood R S, 207 Yancey 

Wood mrs Susan, " "■ 

Wood Walter A, " 

Wood Wm A, '^ ^' 

Wood W E, policeman, 105 Markhara 

Woodall B C, elk 120 w Main, r 226 Cleveland 

Woodall J A, chief of police, 104 Seminary 

Woodall mrs Lndie M, 226 Cleveland 

Woodall mrs M F, 104 Seminary 

Woodell mrs Sarqh J, 305 South 

Woodell W D, elk 246 w Main, r 305 South 

Woods J H, oil dealer, 342 w Green, Five Points 

Woods miss Jennie W, 342 w Green, Five Points 

Woods miss Lillian, 301 South 

Woods mrs Martha, " " 

Woods mrs R W, boarding 342 w Green, Five Points 

Woods mrs Sudie, 301 South 

Woods Saml L, Supt SnufF Factory R F Morris & Son, 

r 342 w Green, Five Points 
Woodson miss Alma, 114 Broadway 
Woodson miss Bessie E, 114 Broadway 
Woodson Rev C A, pastor country Baptist Churches, r 

114 Broadway 
Woodson mrs Georgia C, 114 Broadway 
Woodward mrs Delia E, 119 Ramseur 
Woodward Geo J, elk 105 w Main (up stairs), r 119 

Ramseur 
Woodward G W, book kpr, Parrish wh, r 119 Ramseur 
Woodward miss Jessie T, 119 Ramseur 
Woodward miss Nola, " " 

Woodward miss Susan, " " 

Woody E D, elk 232 w Main, r 106 Seminary 
Woody mrs Eugenia F, 106 Seminary 
Woody mrs Jennie F, 106 Seminary 
Woody miss Mary A, 509 w Main 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through tlie Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
Reidsville, Salisbur}-, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— White. 165 

Woody iiirs Mary H, 509 w Main 

Word Fleming-, 210 Willard 

Word John, " " 

Word John W, '• 

Word mrs Lizzie M, 210 Willard 

Wright R H, real estate, 201 w Main (up stairs), bds 

Hotel Claiborn 
Wyatt mrs Emma H, 531 w Main 
Wyatt E F & Son, saddles and harness 120 w Main 
Wyatt M B, grocer 203 w Main, r 531 w Main 

YANCE-Y GEO W, flagman O & C RR 
ancey mrs Sally E, wdw, dress maker, 114 e Petti- 
grew 
Yarborough miss Alma D, cgtte insp, 214 Lea 
Yarborough mrs CM, 210 Morris 
Y^arborough miss Dora H, cgtte pkr, 214 Lea 
Yarborough mrs O E, 214 Lea 
Yarborough W T, cgtte mch hand, 214 Lea 
Yates Cecil R, 205 Queen • 

Yates Rev E A, Pres Elder Dur Dist, r 205 Queen 
Yates Will K, 205 Queen 
Yealock E P, 102 Jones 
Yearby A H, elk 123 e Main, r 213 e Main 
Yearby mrs Emma A, 511 Manguni 
Yearby House, mrs S A Yearby prop, 213 e Main 
Yearby mrs S A, boarding, 213 e Main 
Yearby miss Ora B, 213 e Main 
Yearby W M, drugs, 123 e Main, r 213 e Main 
York Hugh B, 112 Broadway 
York J W, Banner Warehouse, r 112 Broadway 
York J W Jr, 112 Broadway 

York miss Lizzie R, •' " 

York miss Mary B, " 
York mrs Mary G, " 
York miss Nellie C, " " 

Reliable and Satisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



RAMSETS 

DuRBaM (^iTY Directory. 



(Eolorecl ©epartmerit. 



CHURCHES. 

^T Joseph's A. M. E. Church, 140 Eayetteville, 
Hayti, Rev. A. J. Chambers, Pastor. Sunday service 
II a. in. and 7:30 p. m., Sunday school i :30 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. 

White Rock Baptist Church, 408 e Pettigrew, Rev. 
Allen Eaton, Pastor. vSunday service 11 a. m., 3:30 
and 7 :30 p. m. Sunday school 9 a. m. Prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday 8 p. m. 

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church, 109 Mt. Vernon 
Alley, Rev. P. H. Kirby, Pastor. Sunday service 3 and 
7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting 
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 

Second Baptist Church, West Durham, Rev. T. R. 
Tucker, Pastor. Sunday service 3 and 7:30 p. m. Sun- 
day school 9 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesda}- 7 :30 
p. m. 

Emanuel A. M. E. Church, West Durham. Rev. M. 
S. Steele, Pastor. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p.m. Sunday school 9 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednes- 
day* 7 :30. 

Durham Primitive Baptist Church, 105 Fayette- 
ville. Rev. Ellis Faucett, Pastor. Services ist Satur- 
day and Sunday in each month. 



T T\T Q T T D T? ^"^^^^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
i IN O U Iv ill Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



T-AKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through theCities 
I of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga, 



DIRECTOR Y— Colored . 1 67 



COLORED LODGES, ETC. 

Doric Lodge, No. 28, F. A. M., Masonic Hall, 129 
P'ayetteville, Hayti. C. B. Mayo, W. M., A. D. Wil- 
bon, Secretary. Meets ist and 3d Monday nights in 
each month. 

Pride of Durham Lodge, No. 2095, G, U. O. of 
O. F. Hall 108 Mangum. J. C. Townsend, N. G., 
A. R. Moore, Secretary. Meets ist and 3d Tnesdav 
nights in each month. 

Supreme Grand Lodge R. K. of K. D. Hall 108 
Mangnm. Jno. W. Wright, S. G. M., W. A. Day, S. 
G. S. Meets snbject to call of Grand Master. 

DurhamLodge No. I R. K. of K. D., Hall 108 Man- 
gum. F. P. Capps, W. M., Wm. McClouden, Secret'y. 
Meets every Friday night 

Reliable Lodge No. 2970, G. U. O. of O. F., Hall 
108 Mangum. John Burroughs, N. G., Frank Lyde, 
Secretary. Meets ist and 3d Thursday nights in each 
month. 

Grand Independdnt Order K. of K. S., Eastern 
Star Lodge, No. 13, Hall 201 Mangum. W. M.Johnson, 
W. M., Stephen S. Jones, Secretary. Meets every Tues- 
day night. 

United Order True Reformers, Fountain No. 
432, Hall 108 Mangum. Nathan Hawkins, W. M., 
Ida Weaver, Secretary. Meets 2d' and 4th Monday 
nights in each month. 

Past Grand Master's Council G. U. O. of O. F., 
Hall 108 Mangum. S. L. Walden, W. G. M., A. R. 
Moore, W. G. S. Meets 2d and 4th Monday nights in 
each month. 

J[ l\/r A Pl^ A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. U. lYl/lUlVA 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J. J. MACK AY. 

He can save you money. 



llie Great Fasserrg-er and P'refghft 
'■J; Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed FaciUties for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
tice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta. Ga. 

1 68 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Household of Ruth, Hall ro8 Manguiii. S. INI. 
Riiffin, N. G., Nannie Hohnan, W. R. Meets ist and 
3d Monday nights in each month. 

SCHOOLS. 

Durham Graded School, 107 R.ed Cross. Prof. J. A. 
Whitted, principal. 

Free School, Di.strict No. 4, 116 Fayetteville, Hayti, 
J. C. White^ principal. Free School, District No. i, 
West Dnrham, L. P. Berry, principal. Free School,, 
District No. 24, East Durliam, Rev. T. R. Tucker, 
principal. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Excelsior Hook and Ladder Co. No. i. P. H. Smith, 
Foreman, J. B, Scales, Secretary. Meets over City 
Market, 2d and 4th Wednesday nights each month. 



directory-Colored. 

ADAMS MISS DELLA, in Holloway 
dams mrs Delia, 208 Seminary 
Adams IJenr\', Smoky Hollow 
Adams J F, gardener, 202 Dillard 
Adams Mar}-, 102 Umstead alley 
Adams Melvin, 107 e Peabody 
Adams Phebe, 321 Foster 
Adams Pleasant, 212 Ramseur 
Adams Thos, 208 Seminary 
Adams Thos, 102 LTmstead alley 
Adkins Mariah, cook, 124 Ramseur 
Aiken miss Martha, 115 Ramseur 
Albright Jno S, 115 Vickers ave 

GENUINE DUEHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing tlironglitlie Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and vSouth 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored, 169 



Albright Maggie, cook, 625 Mangiim 

Allen Fleming, tob worker 122 McMannen, r Hayti 

Allen mrs Candace, 106 Vickers ave 

Allen Henr}^, 211 Watkins 

Allen J Y, barber, iii Mangum, r 106 Vickers ave 

Allen Laura, 106 Vickers ave 

Allen Marys " " 

Allen mrs Millie, 211 Watkins 

Allen Richard, lab, r 113 Mt Vernon alley 

Allen Sarah, cook, 221 Liberty 

Alston Annie, cook, 315 w Main 

Alston Delia, cook, 208 Dillard 

Altson Eddie C, 309 Poplar 

Alston Ferdinand, butler, 107 Chapel Hill 

Alston Flora, dom, 309 Poplar 

Alston Matilda, 209 Carringtoif alley 

Alston Oscar, 404 Morehead ave 

Alston Patience, cook, 309 Poplar 

Alston Randal, 209 Carrington alley 

Alston Wm H, 206 Red Cross 

Amey Sarah, 113 Amey 

Amey Sarah J, 113 Amey 

Amey Toney, blacksmith 304 w Grren, r 113 Amey 

Anderson David, brick mason, r 102 Ramsey 

Anderson Jeseph, tob stemmer, " "" 

Anderson Sarah, washer, " " 

Andrews Charlie, barber, 102 w Main, r Mangum 

Armstrong Albert, coachman, 205 Morgan 

Armstrong mrs Susan, " " 

Arnold Adelaide, nurse, 213 e Main 

Arnold Nora, cook, 133 McMannen, r 216 e Pettigrew 

Arnold Richard, tob worker 112 McMannen, r 216 e 

Pettigrew 
Arnold Stephen, loi Mt Vernon Alley 
Ashe mrs Alice, 220 Rigsbee ave 

Blackwell's Durham Toljacco p:*!""^.'"^™: 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 

17 



fake tlie Kedmont Air-Line, ,2: t:si>rS^%''^ 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information., 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

I/O DIRECTORY — Colored. 



Ashe W Henr>% 220 Rigsbee ave 
Atwater Annie, nurse, 108 e Proctor 
Atwater Lena, cook, 307 w Pettigrew 
Atwater Rnfus,. tob worker, 108 e Proctor 
Atwater Serena, cook, 135 McMannen 

BADHAM SB, 153 Fayetteville 
ailey Albert, 309 e Pettigrew 
Bailey Grant, drayman, no Mt Vernon alley 
Bailey Harry, lab, 308 w Main, 
Bailey Henr>-, 224 Ramseur 
Bailey John, no Mt Vernon alley 
Bailey Josephine 300 McMannen 
Bailey Julia, dom, 336 w Peabod}' 
Bailey Man', dom, no Mt Vernon alley 
Bailey Nannie, washer, no Mt Vernon alley 
Bailey Richard, lab, 307 e Pettigrew 
Bain Albert, 601 e Main 
Baker Cicero, 220 Rigsbee ave 
Baker Munro, cook. Hotel Claiborn 
Baldwin Danl W, 108 Dillard 
Baldwin John, 205 Vivian 
Banks Abner, carpenter, 209 Chapel Hill 
Banks Bettie, cook, 302 w Main 
Banks Cannon, -314 Jackson 
Banks Emily, 209 Chapel Hill 
Banks Fred, wood chopper, 210 Poplar 
Banks Gracie, 122 Red Cross 
Banks Jas, 314 Jackson 
Banks Judy, 122 Red Cross 
Banks Minnie 122 Red Cross 
Banks Nannie, 314 Jackson 
Banks Ruffin, porter, 206 Mangum 
Banks Serena, 314 Jackson 
Banks Sylvia, 209 Chapel Hill 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
bv J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingfhroujiih the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
■Reidsville, vSalisburv, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L- Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 171 

Banks Wilson, 314 Jackson 

Barbee Anna, 108 Fa}'etteville 

Earbee Clara, 405 Corporation 

Barbee Eliza, cook, 145 McMannen 

Barbee Horea, 118 Fayetteville 

.Barbee Jane, cook 211 Carrington 

Barbee Jennie E, 118 Fayetteville 

Barbee John, 220 Rigsbee ave 

Barbee Jno B, blacksmith, 40S Mangnnj 

Barbee Julius, 405 Corporation 

Earbee Lena, cook 400 Lea, r Hayti 

Barbee L W, 405 Corporation 

Earbee Mary F, 118 Fayetteville 

Barbee Sam, 405 Corporation 

Earbee Sarah, washer, 109 Cora 

Barbee Theodosia, 118 Fayetteville 

Barber Frank, 405 Corporation 

Earber Joe, 405 Corporation 

Barber mrs Louisa, 405 Corporation 

Barden J W, 107 e Peabody 

Earham Celia, 303 Chapel Hill 

Barham David, tob worker, 222 e Pettigrew 

Earham James, 303 Chapel Hill 

Barham Kattie, cook, 207 Morris 

Earnhart Edmond, drayman, 220 e Pettigrew 

Barnes Caroline, 336 w Peabody 

Barnes James, lab, 200 w Main 

Barnes Minerva, yeast maker, r 214 Poplar 

Earnett Wm, 325 Pine 

Bass Rachel, 524 w Main 

Battle America, cook, 401 e Main 

Battle Ellen, 611 e Main 

Battle Wm, '^ ^' 

Eeatty James, barber, w Parrish, bds 634 Mangum 

Benton Peter, brick mason, 307 w Pettigrew 

GENUINE DURHAITtOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



WnArm + 1^ *» 'DiMJ'vmAvvt A i •» Tiw« To the Soutfi and South 

JTaKe ine rieam@iii 4ir-ijm.e west,Montgomery,Mobiie, 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 7 2 DIRECTOR Y— Colored. 

Best Chas, tob worker, 401 w Proctor 
Best Dolly, dom, 

Best James, tob worker, 4.01 e Proctor 
Best Rachel,, dom 401 e Proctor 
Bethel James, lab, 212 Poplar 
Brewer Beenie, washer, 108 e Proctor 
Bishop George lab, 319 Pine 
Bishop Susan, 319 Pine 
Bivins Wesley, 114 Vickers ave 
Blackwell Amy, iii Amy 
Blackwell Ida, 112 Red Cross 
Blackwell Jerr}^, 124 Ramseiir 
Blackwell Susan, 112 Red Cross 
Blackwell Willie 112 Red Cross 
Blake Wm tob stemmer, r 208 s Gregson 
Blue, Benj, lab, r 319 e Pettigrew 
Blue Hannah, washer, r 319 e Pettigrew 
Blue, Laura, 319 e Pettigrew 
Bobbitt Frank, lab, r 102 s Gregson 
Boling Agnes, washer, 402 w Proctor 
Boling Fanny, tob picker, 216 e Pettigrew 
Boling Harriet, wdw, cook, 216 e Pettigrew 
Boling Kate tob picker 216 e Pettigrew 
Boling Mary, " " " " 

Booth Geo 209 Seminars- 
Booth Kessiana, 109 Holloway 
Booth Martha, u " ' 

Bouldin Fannie, 507 Mangmn 
Bouldin Harriet, " " 

Bouldin Katie, " " 

Bouldin Mar}', " " 

Bowles -Ed, tob worker, 318 Whitted 
Bowles Laura, 218 Whitted 
Bowles Lizzie, " " 

Bowles Louisa, " " 

JT l\/r A Pl^ A V represents the Fidelity Mutuai. Life 
. J. iYixTLV^lvx\ 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J, J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKETHE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
I of Raleigh Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L,. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. ^ 



Boyd John, 206 Whitted 

Boyd Bertha, " *' 

Boyd Portia, " " 

Braan Parthena, r 117 Ramseur 

Bradshaw Annie, dom, 405 w Pettigrew 

Bradshaw Bettie, 315 w Main 

Bradshaw Dilsy, wdw, 307 w Pettigrew 

Bradshaw Nannie, 315 w Main 

Bradsher Ed, 109 Ramseur 

Branch LOB, 108 Dillard 

Branch Richard, 315 Ramseur 

Brandon Calvin, 126 Wilson 

Brandon Chas, R&D depot hand, r 325 e Pettigrew 

Brandon Elizabeth, washer, 106 e Proctor 

Brandon Emma, washer, 120 Fayetteville 

Brandon L, 504 w Peabody 

Brandon Eucinda, 126 Wilson 

Brandon Peter, butcher, 106 e Proctor 

Brandon Smith, carpenter, 106 e Proctor 

Branton Mary E, 605 e Main 

Brewer Florence, 607 e Main 

Brewer Nannie B, 202 Dillard 

Brock Eugene, lab, 117 Poplar 

Brock Fanny, cook, " " 

Brock Eucy, cook, " " 

Brock Pompey, lab, " " 

Brody Willie,' 212 Poplar 

Brooks Ed, lab, 212 Poplar 

Brooks Millie, 231 Morris 

Browder Geo, brick mason, 116 Whitted 

Browder Julia, 116 Whitted 

Browder Kit, brick mason, 307 w Pettigrew 

Brown Charity, 124 Vickers ave 

Brown Ella, 407 Roxboro 

Brown Emeline, 225 Morris 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



p|rap^fniTVffp A\Tr'B!)_T.T'NTTJ? The Great Passenger and Freight 



m^mi*\i4\)j Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed FaciUties for prompt and satisfactorj^ Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

174 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Brown Helen, washer, 103 Moreliead ave 

Brown Henrietta, washer, 105 Johnson's alley 

Brown H W, barber, in Mangum 

Brown Jake, delivery boy, r 114 e Pettigrew 

Brown James, farm lab, 636 Mangum 

Brown Jefif, 106 Vickers ave 

Brown John, cook, Hotel Claiborn 

Brown Major, 124 Vickers ave 

Brown Martha A, washer, 626 Mangum 

Brown Nettie, 106 Vickers ave 

Brown Sam, cook, Hotel Claiborn 

Brown Younger, 108 Whitted 

Bruce Mary, 100 Cleveland 

Bryant Geo, tob worker, no Mt Vernon alley 

Buchanan Ed, no Orange 

Bullock Celia, 502 w Peabody 

Bullock Henry, porter, 203 w Main. 

Buchanan I H, 140 Fayetteville 

Bumpass Chancy, dom, 311 Pine 

Bumpass Francis, washer, 102 Johnson's alley 

Bumpass Finch, 311 South 

Bumpass General, tob worker, 311 Pine 

Bumpass Jennie, washer, 309 e Pettigrew 

Bumpass John, lab, 309 e Pettigrew 

Bumpass Katie, 102 Johnson's alley 

Bumpass Lula, tob stamper, 102 Johnson's alley 

Bumpass Mary, washer, 102 Johnson's alley 

Bumpass Rosa, 311 South 

Bumpass Roxana, " " 

Bumpass Thos, 309 South 

Burch E J, 124 Vickers alley 

Burch Graham, 303 Chapel Hill 

Burch Mary, 109 Cora 

Burch Nannie, 107 Carrington 

Burnett Ellen, tob stamper, 305 McMannen 

T KfQTTD I? ^""'^^^^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent FideHty Mutual Life 
1 IN O U rV Li Associa+ion of Philadelphia 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, vSpartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and vSouth West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L,. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY — Colored. 175 



Burnett James, 305 McMannen 

Burnett Julia, dom, " " 

Burnett Mary, " " 

Burnett Thos, coachman, 305 McMannen 

Burnett Wm, 203 w Main, r East Durham 

Burns Caroline, 236 w Peabody 

Burrell Paul, no Orange 

Burt Calvin, 112 Whitted 

Burt mrs C L, 112 Whitted 

Burt J S, 108 Vickers ave 

Burt Matthew, 108 Vickers ave 

Burt Rachel, 

Burton Alice B, 128 Umstead alley 

Burton Clemial, " " 

Burton Eveline, " " 

Burton Henry, porter, Hotel Claiborn, r Hayti 

Burton Mariah, wdw, washer, 530 e Main 

Burton SB, in Peabody 

Burton Thos, 128 Umstead alley 

Burwell Sherman, lab 303 Pine 

Bynum Delphia, 113 Red Cross 

Byninn James, 308 e Main 

Bynum Tom, lab, 308 e Pettigrew 

CAIN BELLA, washer, 325 Pine 
Cain Eliza, washer, 105 Mt Vernon alley 
Cain Fannie, 619 Mangum 
Cain James, rock mason, 103 Mt Vernon alley 
Cain Jennie, 156 Fayetteville 
Cain Mariah, 114 Cora 

Cain Sarah Ann, washer, 103 Mt Vernon alley 
Cain Walter, lab, r 325 Pine 
Cain Wilson, tob worker, 105 Mt Vernon alley 
Cameron Emma, cook, 253 Cleveland 
Cameron John T, box maker, 209 s Gregson 

Reliable and Satisfactory I 

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fairs fllio ^■'-J— -•■** A;i« ?;!•»<% The shortest direct h'ne 



"I from Washington, D. C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

176 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Cameron Luke, caipenter, 209 s Gregson 
Cameron Mary J, 209 s Gregson 
Cameron Mar\-, tob stamper, 105 Morehead ave 
Cameron Sylvia, sack stringer, 209 s Gregson 
Cameron Willis, tob worker, 105 Morehead ave 
Cannadv Jesse, tob picker, 105 w Cobb 
Cannady Mary, " 

Cannady Minnie, tob worker, "• " 

Cannady Penny, dom, " " 

Cannady Percy, tob worker " " 

Cannady Sarah, '' " 

Capps Bertha, 161 Fayetteville 
Capps Ephriam, 223 e Peabody 
Capps F P, 161 Fayetteville 

Capps H L, restaurant, 11 1 w Parrish, r 223 e Peabody 
Capps Jim, 114 Vickers ave 
Capps Mariah 11 1 Broadway 
Capps Marina, 207 Seminary 
Capps mrs Mary, 223 e Peabody 
Carr, Joe, 410 Willard 
Carrington Martha, 205 South 
Carroll Aurelia, 116 Vickers ave 
Carroll Mary, 
Carroll Peter, 

Carver mrs Addie, 108 Cora 
Carver SS, " " 

Cash Jerusha, 644 Mangum 
Cash Lizzie, 109 Hunt 
Castleberry Alice, 209 Foster 
Castleberry Annie, " " 

Castleberr>' Elizabeth " " 
Castleberry Esther, " " 
Castleberry Rosa, " " 

ChambeRvS Rev A J, pastor St Joseph's A M E church, r 
109 Wilson 

T1VIQTTP17 ^^^^^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN 1^ U X\ Hi Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound bej^ond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 177 



Chambers Ida, 122 e Peabody 

Chambers mrs Lottie, 109 Wilson 

Champ Anthony, wood chopper, 108 Mt Vernon alley 

Champ Harriet, cook, 307 e Main, 108 Mt Vernon alley 

Chavers Andrew, no Garrett's alley 

Ch avers Anna, " " 

Chavers Annie, 106 Carrington 

Chavers Carrie, no Garrett's alley 

Chavers Francis, cook, r 102 s Gregson 

Chavers Hallie, 106 Carrington 

Chavers Kate, 104 Umstead alley 

^havers Martha, no Garrett's alley 

Chavers M inters, " " 

Chavers Nannie, domestic, 213 e Main 

Chavers Theophilus, no Garrett's alley 

Chavers Thos, tob worker, Hayti 

Christmas mrs Candace, 107 Amey 

Christmas Mathew H, drayman, Hotel Claiborn, r 

107 Amey 
Christmas Sadie, 107 Amey 
Claiborn Evaline, 319 Foster 
Clark Annie, 249 Cleveland 
Clark Archy, 601 e Main 
Clark Mary J, 100 Cleveland 
Clark mrs Sarah, in Whitted 
Clay John, 222 Rigsbee ave 
Clayton Ginsie, cook, 200 e Proctor 
Clegg Sinah, 204 Glenn 
CI egg Wesley, " " 
Cole Johnny, 112 Carrington 
Coleman Annie, 406 e Pettigrew 
Coleman Jane, " " 

Coleman J C, " " 

Coley Emeline, washer, 200 e Proctor 
Collins Hattie, washer, r 113 Mt Vernon alley 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco HZ^rinZ't 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it 'THE BEST." 
18 



Take the PiedmQnt Ajr-L,ins, f^cu Washington, d. c, 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

178 DIRECTORY— Colored. 

Colly. Emma, 20S McMannen 

Colly Flora, dom, 201 Morehead ave 

Colly W F, grocer, " "' 

Cotton Stephen, porter, 203 w Main 

Conch Eli, 405 Roxboro 

Conch H V, 311 Sonth 

Conch Ida, 216 Poplar 

Conch Mary Bell, 405 Roxboro 

Conncil J D, 109 Whitted 

Conncil Rnfn.s, ho.stler, 209 w Green 

Conrts Lncy A, dom, 201 Jack.son 

Cozart Isabella, 206 Qneen 

Cozart Oscar, " ^ ' 

Craig Alex, 406 w Proctor 

Craig Annie, 102 Carrington 

Craig Chas C, night watch Hotel Claiborn, 226 Whitted 

Craig Charlotte, 406 w Proctor 

Craig Cornie, 105 Mangnm 

Craig Emma, 226 Whitted 

Craig Wm, restanrant, lOj Mangnm 

Craig Wm, drayman, 203 w Main 

Cross Carrie, dom, 200 e Proctor 

Cross Geo, barber, " " 

Cross Oscar, cook Hotel Claiborn 

Cnnningham C M, 109 Holloway 

Cnnningham Fannie, 307 Sonth 

Cnnningham Frank, waiter, 611 Mangnm 

Cnnningham Lavinia, 109 Holloway 

Cnnningham Lonisa, dom, 611 Mangnm 

Cnnningham Martha, 109 Holloway 

Cnnningham Nathan, 307 Sonth 

Cnnningham Pattie, 2.;2 Rigsbee ave 

Cnrry Jennie, cook, 221 Morris 

DANCY CAPTAIN, 325 Pine 
Daniel Chas, 105 e Peabody 

I ]V] O T T n U ^vith J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U r\ J_J Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelit}' Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



-yAKE THE PIEDMONTAIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
1 of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville Seneca 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— Colored. 179 



Daniel Delia, iii Vickers alley 

Daniel Dicey, 102 Umstead alley 

Daniel Dilsy, 1 1 1 Vickers alley 

Daniel Eleanor " " 

Daniel Irvin, lab, 218 e Pettigrew 

Daniel Maggie, cook, 121 McMannen 

Daughty James, no Red Cross 

David Daisy, 211 Queen 

David Julia Ann, " " 

Davis Calvin, blacksmith, 301 Church 

Davis Chas, scavenger, 304 w Proctor 

Davis Joe, lab, 304 w Proctor 

Davis Susan, tob stamper, 304 w Proctor 

Davis Wm, tinner, 115 e Main, bJs 220 e Pettigrew 

Day Bettie, 105 e Peabody 

Day C M, 138 Fayetteville 

Day Jane, 202 Glenn 

Day Jim, 406 w Proctor 

Day Julia, 310 South 

Day Willie, 406 w Proctor 

Dean Daniel, tob worker, 249 Cleveland 

Dean Emma, " " 

Dick Garland, hostler, no Orange 

Dixon Ben, 210 Seminary 

Dixon Joe D, tob worker, 634 Mangum 

Dixon Julia, " " 

Dixon lyizzie, 227 Corporation 

Doherty Jim, teamster, 103 Morehead ave 

Dollar Fanny, tob stemmer, 306 McMannen 

Dollar Jane, washer, 312 e Main 

Dollar Kerney, lab, " " 

Dollar Lucy, boarding, 306 McMannen 

Dollar Robert, hostler, " " 

Donnell Phillis, cook, 213 w Pettigrew 

Dortch :\Iinerva, 206 Roxboro 



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BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



Take the Piedmont Air-Line ^^^flSoSSlU^^SSe'! 

New Orleans, Shnveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



1 80* DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Dortch Sis, 215 e Main 
Dortch W M, 206 Roxboro 
Downey Elam, lab, bds 305 Willard ave 
Dnke Sidney, 201 w Green 
Dnnkins Lnla, 102 Ramsey 
Dunnagan Gus, waiter, 200 McMannen 
Dnnnagan John, porter, 209 Mangnni 
Dnnston Calvin, brick mason, 105 Whitted 
Dunston Charley " " '' " 

Dunston Lizzie, nnrse, 210 Morris 
Dnnston Rebecca, dom, 212 Pine 
Dnnston Wm, shoe mkr, " " 
Dnrham Annie, washer, 112 Reams ave 
Dnrham Mary, " " " 

"P ATM AN KATE, 407 Corporation 

JU Eaton, Rev A P, Pastor White Rock Bap clinrch, 

r 406 e Pettigrew 
Eaton mrs A P, 4-6 e Pettigrew 
Eaton Francis, 210 Cleveland 
Edwards DC, 114 Red Cross 
Edwards Jennie, " " 

Edwards Henry, 113 " 
Edwards Nancy, 108 Mt Vernon alley 
Edwards Rich'd, 204 Seminarv 
Elam HC, 114 Chnrch 
Ellison Francis, 307 w Pettigrew 
Emerson Jordan, cobbler, 211 e Main 
Enbanks Jennie, nnrse, 209 w Green 
Evans Addie, 406 Dnke 
Evans Aggie, 215 Poplar 

Evans George, marble polisher 219 w Main, 406 Duke 
Evans Jas R, porter, loi e Main 
Evans Jim, 406 Dnke 
Evans Junius, tob cutter, 601 e Main 
Evans Katie, washer, " " 

J[ l\/r A P l/" A A/ represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. i) . lYl ALlV A I Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J. J. MACKAY. 
He can save you money. 



YAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR.LINE,Passin;?throuc.h the Cities 
1 ot Alexandna, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
-Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Au-usta, to the South and South 
Uest. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. ^ 



-Evans Nancy, cook, 103 Mt Vernon alley 
Evans Rosa, 314 Rigsbee ave 

FAISON, MARY J, cook, 106 Cleveland 
Fancette J P, depot R & D R R 
Faucette Bettic, iii Fayetteville 
Fancette Dilsy, washer, 107 e Proctor 
Fancette Edmond, lab, " " 

Fancette Geo, tob worker, 218 Poplar 
Faucette Hmirietta, 163 Fayetteville 
Fancette Jerry, 107 e Proctor 
Fancette Julia, 163 Fayetteville 
Fancette Lillie, " " 

Fancette Lucy, 107 e Proctor 
Fancette Mary, 163 Fayetteville 
Fancette Sarah, 107 e Proctor 
Fancette Shepherd, 163 Fayetteville 
Faucette Wm, 218 Poplar 
Ferrell Amanda, cook, 601 e Main 
Ferrell Bettie, cook, 223 e Peabody 
Ferrell Chas E, 209 Pine 
Ferrell Minnie, 601 e Main 
Ferrell S H, 223 e Peabody 
Ferrell Wm, 202 Rigsbee ave 
Ferrington General, 112 Red Cross 
Ferrington Mary, " " 

Ferrington Walker, porter, 105 e Main 
Fields Bertha, 200 Pine 
Fields Ellis, tob worker, 105 Morehead ave 
Fields Wm, " *' 

Fillpot Clara, 404 Morehead ave 
Finch Thos, 207 s Gregson 
Fitts Jack, drayman, 203 w Main 
Fitts Marina, 408 e Main 
Fitts Pharaoh, lab, 400 w Main 



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NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



The Great Passeirt^er and f-reight 
hj Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed FaciUties for prompt and satisfactory Passentrer and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

182 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Fitts Thos, tob packer, 300 ]M.ang-uni, r Hayti 

Fitts Will, lab, 400 w Main 

Fitzgerald Addison, 208 Carrington 

Fitzgerald Lea, . " " 

Fitzgerald Lena, '^ '*■ 

Fitzgerald Matilda, " 

Fleming Florie, 103 Garrett's alley 

Fleming Geo, lab, r 113 Mt Vernon alley 

Fleming John J, no Mangnin 

Foot Thos, teamster, 102 s Gregson ' . 

Foot Wm, fireman, " " 

Foster Georgiana, 206 Glenn 

Foster Orange, 107 e Peabody 

Franklin Rev John, r 214 Poplar 

Freeland x\lice, tob stamper, 103 ]\Iorehead ave 

Freeland Bettie, washer, " " 

Freeland Ed, 

Freeland George, 103 Ainey 

Freeland Maggie, " " 

Freeman Jim, brick maker, 406 \v Proctor 

Fnller Ardelia, 603 e Main 

Fuller Jabe, drayman, 300 Mangum 

Fuller Marshall, lab, 406 w Proctor 

Fuller Pithy, r 105 Johnson's alley 

GANT EMMET, 155 Fayetteville 
Garner Alice, loi Yancey 
Garrison Wm, cook, no Mangum 
Gattis Anna, 165 Fayetteville 
Gattis Ben, 135 
Gattis Ella, 206 Glenn 
Gattis George 165 Fayetteville 
Gattis John, 108 Whitted 
Gattis Mary, 135 Fayetteville 
Gattis Sarah, 165 " 

T IM C n D 17 ^i*^^^ J J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN >J U IX L Associa^^ion of Philadelphia 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



nPAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE,Pnssingthrousli the Cifies 
1 of Raleigh, Durham, Goklsboro, Spartanburg. 'Greenville, vSeneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South'West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTOR Y— Colored. i 83 



Geer Ann, dom, 310 e Main 

Geer Charles, tob worker, 122 McMannen, r E Durham 

Geer Cornelia, washer, 143 Fayetteville 

Geer Ella, washer, 309 Pine 

Geer Emma, 143 Fayetteville 

Geer Henry, elk 11 1 e Peabody, r 143 Fayetteville 

Geer Ida, 143 Fayetteville 

Geer Jane, washer, 311 Pine 

Geer Joe, tob worker, 637 Mangnm 

Geer Juno, cook, " " 

Geer Oliver, 308 w Main 

Geer Ritta, cook, 216 Cleveland 

Geer Rosa, loi s Gregson 

Gser Solomon, saloon me Peabod}', r 143 Fayetteville 

Gibson Ana, 112 Carrington 

Gibson Burke, '' 

Gibson Henry, R R hand, 309 Pine 

Gibson John, 112 Carrington 

Gibson Larcena, bag-maker, 509 Pine 

Gibson Mollie, 112 Carrington 

Gill Alta, 112 Umstead alley 

Gill Bettie, 112 Umstead alley 

Gilmer Katie, 117 Glenn 

Gilmer R M, 117 Glenn 

Gilmore Nick, hostler, 232 w Main 

Glenn Annice, 117 Glenn 

Glenn DC, 218 Glenn 

Glenn Eucinda, 500 w Proctor 

Goins x\ngeline, 104 Carrington 

Goins Charlie, 104 Carrington 

Goins Eliza, 104 Carrington 

Goins Josephine, cook, 312 Lea, r 104 Carrington 

Goodloe Amos, 106 e Peabod\- 

Goodloe Annie, ii9Whitted 

Goodloe Harry, lab, bds 326 e Pettigrew 

Reliable and Satisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



fake the PiediBoiit Air-Line. tJll 'xlSS^tr d/c.': 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birniinjihain. For information . 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

184 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Goodloe Lillie,, 22o Glenn 

Goodloe Louis, 220 Glenn 

Goodloe Louisa^ 220 Glenn 

Goodloe Nathan, 107 e Peabody 

Goodloe R-ebecca, 220 Glenn 

Goodloe Thos J, 119 Whitted 

Gordon Simon, 115 Vickers ave 

Graham James, lab, 317 Pine 

Graham Sallie, washer, 404. w Proctor 

Gray Allen, lab, 408 w Proclor 

Gray Arthur,, io2- e Parrish 

Gray Charles, hostler, 232 w INIain 

Green Adaline, 115 Whitted 

Green Calvin, 115 Whitted 

Green Coleman, tob worker, Hayti 

Green Elijah, 115 Whitted 

Green Emma, 412 w Peabody 

Green Gaston, hostler, 232 w Main, r 116 Vickers ave 

Green General, 1:04 Queen 

Green Hattie, 116 Vickers ave 

Green Hattie L, 100 Cleveland 

Green Henderson, 102 Garrett's alley 

Green Henry, 116 Vickers ave 

Green Lugenia, 113 Red Cross 

Green Malinda, 113 Red Cross 

Green Martha A, 102 Garrett's alley 

Green Miles, 204 Queen 

Green Ruth, 303 e Main 

Green Wm, 116 Vickers ave 

Gregory Alice, tob wkr, 107 Mt Vernon alley 

Gregory Carrie, 102 Stray horn ave 

Gregory William, tob wkr, 107 Mt Vernon alley 

Griffin Reams, 222 Rigsbee ave 

Griffin Wesley, 220 e Pettigrew 

Grimes Bud, 412 w Peabody 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
^y J- J- MACKAY, gives lirst-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing througli the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— CoLORKD. 185 



Grimes Elizabeth, 115 Vickers ave 
Grimes Harriet, 412 w Peabody 
Grimes Lucy, 115 Vickers ave 
Grimes Peter, " '^ " 

Guess Evaliue, 103 Morehead ave 
Guess Frank, drayman, 623 e Main 
Guess Mollie, 623 e Main 
Guess Tern pie, "■ " 

HACKNEY ALBERT, 106 Glenn 
ackney Fannie, "■ " 

Haines Laura, 206 Seminary 
Haines Matthew, 206 Seminary 
Hall Alice, washer, 202 s Gregson 
Hall Annice, washer, 202 s Gregson 
Hall Charles, drayman, 206 Mangum 
Hall Emma, 202 s Gregson 
Hall Fannie, cook, 617 Mangum 
Hall Harry, carpenter, 202 s Gregson 
Hall Jane, washer, 202 s Gregson 
Hall Lizzie, 407 Corporation 
Hall Nannie, 119 Whitted 
Hall Phillis, cook, 402 Morehead ave 
Hall Ruffin, 205 Whitted 
Hall Lelia, dom, 307 McMannen 
Halliburton Henrietta, 116 Red Cro.ss 
Halliburton J W, 116 Red Cross 
Halliburton Mariah, 662 Mangum 
Halliburton Martha, 116 Red Cross 
Halliburton Winnie, 116 Red Cross 
Hamlet vStephen, 204 Seminary 
Hampton Mary, 210 Seminary 
Hanks Joe, waiter, no Mangum (restaurant) 
Hanner Corinna, washer, r 325 e Pettigrew 
Hanner Bettie, tob stamper, r 325 e Pettigrew 
Hanner Elam, lab, 325 e Pettigrew 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ;:;'lT";;i°:S; 

reliable, satisfactory vSmoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THU BKST." 

19 



f^fllrp flip PlDr?mnn+ Air f ina ^o the vSoulfi dncl vSoutl':, 

Xew Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information . 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



186 DIRECTOR Y^CoLOREix 



Hargis Win J, 63,1 e Main 

Hargrave.s Ada^ 212 w Cobb 

Hargravcs Maggie, washer, 103 jVIorehead ave 

Hargraves Martha, cook, 105 Morehead ave 

Harris Annie, 200 e Peabody 

Harris Bettie, .102 Umstead alley 

Harris Henry, 109 Cora 

Harris Jennie, washer, 326 Pine 

Harris Joe, waiter, 400 Mangum 

Harris Joe, tob worker, 108 Whitted 

Harris John, 207 South 

Harris Lillie Bell, 108 Whitted 

Harris Lucy, 207 Smith 

Harris Susan, 108 Whitted 

Harrison Henry, lab, 115 Poplar 

Haskins Addie, 116 Whitted 

Haskins Dora, 103 Dillard 

Ha.skins Ella, 116 Whitted 

Haskins Fannie, 109 Fayetteville 

Haskins Logan, 105 Glenn 

Haskins Martha, 116 Whitted 

Haskins Mary, " " 

Haskins Nathan 408 e Main 

Haskins, Phoebe, 205 Glenn 

Haskins Virgil, 109 Fayetteville 

Harward Virginia, 222 e Pettigrew 

Hawes Ike, 325 Pine 

Hawkins Bettie, 216 Watkins 

Hawkins Julia, " " 

Hawkins Nathan, 216 Watkins 

Hawkins Wm, porter, 203 w Main 

Hawkins W H, 216 Watkins 

Hayes Alston, 114 Church 

Haywood Alf, barber; 102 w Main 

Haywood Mary, 109 Cora 

JT IWr A P l/^ A "V I'epresents the Fidelity Mutual L,ife 
. U . lYlilL'lVil I Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J . J . M ACK A Y . 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AlR-LlNE.Pfissins^throuyhfheCitk'^ 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensl)oro. 
iReidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and vSouth 
West. For information, address, J. L,. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored.* ' 18,7 



Haywood Richard, barber, 102 w Main 
Heartt Charley, cook, 6o<S Mangmn 
Heartt Ida, 403 Manguni 
Heartt Lula, 107 Fayetteville 
-Helpler Kinck, .110 Red Cross 
Heinpier Abram, lab, 215 Poplar 
Henipier Warren, tob worker, 217 Poplar 
Henderson Amos, 412 w Peabody 
Henderson Henrietta, 402 e Pettigrew 
Henderson West, '' - '■ 

Herbin Sarah, 113 Holloway 
Herndon Jerry, tob picker, 300 Manguni 
Hester Bertha, 305 Willard ave 
Hester Major, lab, 305 Willard ave 
Hester Mary, 107 Willard ave 
Hester Rothy, washer, r 305 Willard ave 
Hicks x\iney, 102 Strayhorn alley 
Hicks E W, barber, 102 w Main, r 142 Fayetteville 
Hicks Mack, 615 e Main 
Hicks Mary, '' 

Hicks S L, barber, 102 w Main 
Hicks Wm, 637 JManguni 
Hicks W H, 102 Strayhorn alle}' 
Higgs Van, no Orange 
Hight Ira, 220 Whitted 
Hight Martha, 220 Whitted 

Hight Sam B, blacksmith, 301 Chnrch, r 220 Whitted 
Hill Katie, .408 Rigsbee ave 
Hill Mary E, dom, 213 e Main 
Hines C H, barber, 102 w Main, r 113 Red Cross 
. Hinton Addison, 105 Whitted 
Hinton Amanda, 153 Fa-etteville 
Hinton Bedy A, loi e Main 
Hinton Bettie, 153 Fayetteville 
Hinton Charity, 607 e Main 

GENUINE DURHAITtOBACCO ! ' 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



fake the liedmanl Air-toe, ^2:, tSSS^I^I^'Z 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmincjham. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 88 DIRECTORY— Colored. 

Hinton C H, 115 Amey 

Hinton Jim, 401 e Main 

Hinton Maggie, 153 Fayetteville 

Hinton Sarah, 617 e Main 

Hodge Mollie, cook, 402 Morehead ave 

Hogan Aggie, washer, 410 e Pettigrew 

Hogan Horace, 410 e Pettigrew 

Hogan Jane, 410 w Peabody 

Hogan Mark, " " 

Hogan Mark, Jr, 410 w Peabody 

Hogan Mary A, " '' ^ 

Hogan Win, 207 Seminary 

Holder Sidney, 219 Poplar 

Holloway Cornelia. 118 Umstead alley ^ 

HollowayCJ, " 

Holloway Georgiana, " 

Holloway Jackson, " 

Holloway John, " 

Holloway Julia, " 

HollowavJA, " 

Holloway J H, 

Holman Ada, 103 Garrett's alley 

Holman Caroline, 240 e Pettigrew 

Holman Charity, 119 Whitted 

Holman Henry, 308 South 

Holman Mollie, 108 Broadway 

Holman Nannie, cook, r 634 Mangum 

Holman Wesley, blk smith, 410 Mangum, r Albright 

Holman W^m, 220 Poplar 

Holt Fannie, washer, 203 Morehead ave 

Holt Gustina, " " " 

Holt Sampson, R R hand, 203 Morehead ave 

Holt Sam A, tob pkr, 203 Morehead ave 

Holt Thos, shoe mkr, 415 w Main, r W Durham 

Hood Francis, 203 Liberty 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



nrAKETHE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing throusli the Cities 
1 of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 189 



Hooker Stephen, 204 Seminary 

Hopkins May, 103 Whitted 

Horace Polly, 631 e Main 

Horton x\nnie, 620 e Main 

Horton Avie, 127 Fayetteville 

Horton Jarrett, 119 Whitted 

Horton Jordan, 127 Fayetteville, 

Horton Mollie, 114 Cora 

Horton Perry, no Red Cross 

Howard Annie, 200 e Proctor 

Howell Ike, lab, 102 Johnson's alley 

Hnghes Edney, 141 Fayetteville 

Hnghes Louisa, 146 Fayetteville 

Hughes Marion, 124 Wilson 

Hughes Ned, 141 Fayetteville 

Hughes Radford, 124 Wilson 

Hughes Roxie, " " 

Hughes Wm, restaurant, 1,14 Church 

Hunt Green, 637 Mangum 

Husbands David, tob worker, 416 e Pettigrew 

Husbands Frank, school teacher, 416 e Pettigrew 

Husbands Lola, 416 e Pettigrew 

Husbands Richard, tob worker, 213 Glenn 

Husbands Sally, 208 Ramseur 

Husbands Viney, 419 e Pettigrew 

JACKSON BEN, 150 Fayetteville 
Jackson Chas, " •' 

Jeffries Anna, 207 South 
Jeffries Annie, 204 Queen 
feffries Annie, in Amey 
Jeffries Jno A, 224 Rigsbee ave 
Jeffries Louisa, " '• 

Jeffries Mike, 201 w Green 
Jeffries Moses, 117 South 



BLACKWELLS DURHAM TOBACOO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



fake lh,8 fiediBont Air-I.ans,f™r,t'"Ston"S. c'" 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

190 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Jeffries Robert, 1 1 7 w Parrish 

Jeffries Sallie, 108 Mt Vernon alley 

Jenkins Henderson, lab, 404 e Main 

Jenkins Lizzie, 204 Morris 

Jenkins Mary, no Mt Vernon 

Jewell Devereux, 317 Foster 

Jewell Sarah, 

Johnson Anna, cook, 404 Morehead ave 

Johnson Anthony, tob worker, r 208 s Gregson. 

Johnson A J, 138 Fayetteville 

Johnson Callie, 506 e Main 

Johnson Celia, cook, 109 Jackson 

Johnson Charlie, 138 Fayetteville 

Johnson Cornelia, cook, 218 Dillard, r E Durham 

Johnson Delia, in Vickers ave 

Johnson Daniel, 211 Carrington 

Johnson Ed, 120 Vickers ave 

Johnson Edna, no Willard ave 

Johnson Eliza, 208 s Gregson 

Johnson Etta, 204 Queen 

Johnson Hattie, in Vickers ave 

Johnson Henry, lab, 208 s Gregson 

Johnson Jennie, cook, 119 Broadway 

Johnson Jennie, 408 e Pettigrew 

Johnson J S, 108 Vickers ave 

Johnson Julia W, 621 e Main 

Johnson Kate, 120 Broadway 

Johnson Kye, well digger, r 105 Johnson's alley 

Johnson Lizzie, 211 Carrington 

Johnson Lucy, 402 w Proctor 

Johnson Lula, 211 Carrington 

Johnson Rev L H, 408 e Pettigrew 

Johnson Mary, no Willard ave 

Johnson Nancy, 120 Vickers ave 

Johnson Rachel, 219 Liberty 

T~M~cTrp~D~with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutnal Life 
li>»^Ur\ili Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mat. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AlR-LINE^PHSslngfhronglitTie Citie* 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca., 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 191 



Johnson Riifns, tob worker, 410 e Pettigrew 

Johnson Sally, cook, " ^' 

Johnson Sarah 104 Vickers ave 

Johnson Silas, 113 Red Cro.ss 

Johnson Simon, 120 Vickers ave 

Johnson Solomon, 11 1 " 

Johnson Susan, 318 e Pettigrew 

Johnson Venie, :-^03 Cleveland 

Johnson Violet, cook, 305 McMannen 

Johnson Walter, 408 e Pettigrew 

Johnson William, 104 Vickers ave 

Johnson W H, 208 s Gregson 

Jones Abbey, cook, 208 Pine 

Jones Adelaide, 222 e Pettigrew 

Jones Anna, 103 Corporation 

Jones Annie, 325 Pine 

Jones Bin, 200 Seminary 

Jones Bryant, tob worker, 122 McMannen, rN Durham 

Jones Charlotte, 215 e Main 

Jones Ed, 209 Seminary 

Jones Ella, 208 " 

Jones Emma, cook, 205 South 

Jones Eunice, 105 Fayetteville 

Jones Essex, 205 South 

Jones Geo, 209 South 

Jones Harrison, 208 South 

Jones Henry H, 214 e Main 

Jones Jacob D, 102 Johnson alley 

Jones J H, 112 Vickers ave 

Jones Lizzie, 504 w Peabody 

Jones Lucius, 104 Vickers ave 

Jones Lucinda, 103 Rowland 

Jones Matilda, 102 Johnson alley 

Jones Marina, 209 Foster 

Jones Martha, 151 Fayetteville 

Reliable and Satisfacfoi'y I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Tlie Great Passeiif^er and Freight. 
hj Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. iT. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

192 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Jones Mary, 205 South 

Jones ]\Iary, 120 e Main 

Jones Mary, 504 w Peabody 

Jones Mattie, 208 Seminary 

Jones Mollie, 211 Carrington 

Jones Mollie, cook, 126 McMannen 

Jones Quint, lab, 222 e Pettigrew 

Jones Rodema, 105 Fayetteville 

Jones R F, tob worker, 151 Fayetteville 

Jones Sallie, 105 Fayetteville 

Jones Violet, 209 Seminary 

Jones Willis, 103 Rowland 

Jordan Cornelius, 105 Amey 

Jordan Elsey, 128 Wilson 

Jordan Phillis, 105 Amey 

Jordan Shote, 134 Fa}'etteville 

Jordan Webb, fruit canner, 104 w Cobb 

Judd Mack, 418 e Pettigrew 

Justice Bettie, 113 Whitted 

Justice Dave, 120 e Main 

Justice John, wood chopper, 218 Poplar 

Justice Mary, tob stamper, "" " 

Justice Mollie, 631 e Alain 

Justice Rob't, 119 Amey 

Justice Rob't, Jr, 119 Amey 

Justice vSol, barber, 103 Mangum 

Justice vSusan, washer, 218 Poplar 

KILLEBREW WM, tinner, 115 e Main 
ing Charles, tob worker, 115 Poplar 
King Ida, washer, n u 

Kirby Rev P H, 222 Rigsbee ave 
Kirkland Eillie, 207 Yancey 

LACK JAMES, lab, 212 Poplar 
ane Caroline, 317 e Pettigrew 

TIMQTIPF ^"^^ J- J- ^i^^CKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN v^ U rV Hi Association of Philadelphia 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



JAKE THEPIEBMONT AIR LINE, passing throu^/h the Cities 
} f f'^o ' "u- Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro 
-Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South aiu^ South 
A\ est. For informa tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. ^3 



Ivane Da\-id, 108 Red Cross 

Lane Eliza, " '' 

Lane Fab, "■' " 

Lane Hattie, 317 e Pettio-re\r 

Lane Jennie. 108 Red Cross 

Lane Joe, " " 

Lane Katie, " -" 

Lane Lunsford, ^' 

Lanier Haywood, Jab, 307 e Pettigrew 

Lasater John. 129 Raniseur 

Latta J D, lab, 200 e Proctor 

Laws Jnlia, nurse, 625 Mangum, r E Dnrliam 

Laws Tempy, 623 e Main 
Lea John, dra.>-nian, 108 Mangum 
Lea Lelia, 109 Whitted 
Lea Rob' t, *' ^' 
Leach H M, 402 Morehead are 
Leach Tiney, 109 Cora 
Leak John, lab, 305 Ramseur 
Leary Laura, no Carr 

Leathers Agnes, tob stamper, 306 w Proctor 
Leathers Charley, 210 Cleveland 
'Leathers Cynthia, 108 Amey 
Leathers Jack, " '< ' 

Leathers J W, " " 

Leathers Mariah, tob stemmer, 306 w Proctor 
Leathers Mary, dom, " a 

Leathers ]\Lar>-, 200 e Proctor 
Leathers Alose, 117 w Parrish 
Leathers Ned, teamster, 306 w Proctor 
Leathers Viney, 112 Dillard 
Leathers Will, tob stemmer, 306 w Proctor 
Lewis Wm, porter, 124 w Main 
Lindsay Henry, lab, 203 Pine 



Blaikwells Durham lobacco''"'""'"''^''^"^-^'' 

reliable, satisfactorv Smoking Tobacco ever nut Snon^Yr,. ""'^""i™' 
hence dealers and consumers Always pronouncrit ■ Se BEST?' "'' 



Ta^ks the PiedrnQnt Air-iine w°est,Mont|omery!Mobne. 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information . 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



194 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Lindsay Henry L, barber, 130 e Main, basement 

Lipscomb Emma, 640 Manoiim 

Lipscomb Genett, " " 

Lipscomb George, " " 

Lipscomb Grant, 224 Rigsbee ave 

Lipscomb Jim, R&D depot 

Lipscomb Mary, 640 Mangnm 

Lipscomb Phil, " " 

Lipscomb Pricey J, 213 e Main 

Locke Georgiana, 311 w Pettigrew 

Lockhart Easter, 401 Corporation 

Locklear Sarah, 106 Vickers alley 

Long Chas L, 114 Chnrch 

Long Doney, 118 w Peabody 

Long Lizzie, washer, 207 Morehead ave 

Long Mariah, 222 e Peabody 

Lovd Cora, 102 Carrington 

Loyd Lizzie, '' " 

Lnnn Martha, cook, 216 Dillard 

Lnnsford Dave, 139 Fayetteville 

Lnnsford Fannie, 103 Hunt 

Lunsford Jane, 139 Fayetteville 

Lnster John H, brick maker, 402 w Proctor 

Lutterloh Fannie, washer, 105 Mt Vernon alley 

Lutterloh Wm, lab, 

Lvde Annie, 611 e Main 

Lyde Frank, " 

Lyon Anna, tob worker, 212 Poplar 

Lyon Anthony, lab, 327 Pine 

Lyon Calvin, 613 e Main 

Lyon Caroline, washer, 313 Pine 

Lyon Caroline E, 309 Pine 

Lyon David, 225 Whitted 

Lyon Ed, 613 e Main 

Lyon Elijah, lab, 200 w Main, r 309 Pine 

? TV/r A PI/ A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
J. iYlAbjAA 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J. J. MACK AY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LIN E,P;)ssingtlirougli the Clt'ies 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca., 
Oainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For infornia- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 195 

L\'on Harriet, wa.sher, 315 e Pettigrew 

Lyon Jackson, 113 w Parrish 

-Lyon J N, 321 Foster 

-Lyon Lone}-, 315 e Pettigrew 

Lyon Mack, lab, 214 w Main, r 315 Pine 

Lyon Manuel, tob prizer, 212 Poplar 

Lyon Mary, 225 Whitted 

Lyon Millie, 321 Foster 

Lyon Muss, tob prizer, 313 Pine 

Lyon Nanny, tob stamper, 327 Pine 

Lyon Nathan, marble rubber 219 w Main, r N Durham 

Lyon Sail}', washer, r 315 Pine 

McADAMS ED, coachman, 107 Chapel Hill 
cAllister Annie, washer, 309 e Pettigrew 
McxA.lli.ster Jennie, 122 Ramseur 
McxAllister J S, saloon elk, 309 e Pettigrew 
McCauley Fannie, loi Mt Vernon alley 
McClave Ellen, 106 Carrington 
McCown Ada, 112 Umstead alley 
McCown Ann, wdw, 634 Mangum 
McCown Bettie, 112 Umstead alley 
McCown Ealie A, 634 Mangum 
McCown Jennie, 112 Umstead alley 
McCown J H, -634 Mangum 
McCown Lena, 634 Mangum 
McCown Louisa, 634 Mangum 
McCown Mittie, 112 Umstead alley 
McCown Peter, teamster, 634 Mangum, rear 
McCown Potter J, painter, 404 Mangum 
McCown Salina, 634 Mangum, rear 
McCown S H, teacher, 634 Mangum 
McCown Sam N, " " ' 

McCown Wm, 112 Umstead alley 
McCo}' Fanny, 1 1 1 Amey 



Reliable and Satisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take the Piedsont Air-tos, ''" ^'"'^"' '''''''' '""' 



B9l*****jfroni Washington, D. C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information., 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

196 DIRECTORY— Colored. 

McCoy Miles, re.5taiirant, cor Main & Corcoran, r hl 

Ame}' 
McCoy Neal, lab, 200 e Proctor 
McCoy Sam, lab. " 
McCoy Sarah, boarding, 200 e Proctor 
McCracken Lina, 409 e Main 
IvIcCnllers Katy, 115 Poplar 
McCnller.s Tiney, tob worker, 109 Cora 
McDade Bettie, 219 Whitted 

McDade Delia, cook, 135 McMannen, r 304 MclNIanne^i 
McDade Joseph, 219 Whitted 
McDade Jo.shua, '' " 
McDaniel Wm, 105 e Peabody 
IvIcDong-al David, cook, 115 Jackson 
McKa}' Jarrett, 203 Pearson ^ 

McKay J H, 212 Pine 
McKee Jim, 118 Seminary 
McKinsey Artelia, 105 Chapel Hill 
McLean Rachel, 500 w Main 
McNeill Margaret, 251 Cleveland • 
McOneen David, 115 Jackson 
Mackay Rnfns, 106 Carrington 
Macklin G W, barber, 130 e Main, basement, r 220 

e Pettigrew 
Macklin P D, 130 e Main, basement 
Macklin W A, ^^ 
Macon Daniel, 305 Pine 
Macon Sally, " " 
Madkins Daniel, 500 w Main 
Mallett Estella, 312 South 
Mallett Martha, washer, 106 e Cobb 
Mallett Wm, 312 South 
Malone Julia, 224 Rigsbee ave 
Malone Rom, " '' 

Mangum Adolphus, 218 Poplar 

TNQTTP17 ^^itli J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN 1^ U lAi-J Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, PassingthroughtheCities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro. 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 197 

Maiigiira Beckie, 210 Seminary 

Mangum John, " " 

Manley Charles, 130 e Main, basement 

Manlev Ida, 220 Rigsbee ave 

Manley Mariah, 332 e Pettigrew 

jMarkham Edeon, 134 Fayetteville 

Markham Jerry, loi Yancey 

JMarkham Joe, 401 Corporation 

Markham Mollie, 134 Fayetteville 

Markham Rachel, 211 Liberty 

Markham Senah, 401 Corporation 

Marsh Julia, 253 Cleveland 

Marsh Parthenia, 115 Ramseur 

Marsh Tho.s, ''^ 

Marsh Wm, 253 Cleveland 

Martin Annie, 11 1 Fayetteville 

Martin Frank, " " " 

Martin R W, 107 e Peabody 

Mason Annie, tob stemmer, 103 Queen 

Mason Fannie, 124 Ramseur 

Mason Haywood, tob worker, r 1 1 2 Reams ave 

Mayo Annie, 106 Carrington 

Mayo Cornelius, 126 Wilson 

MayoCB u .. 

Mayo Hallie, 106 Carrington 

Mayo Henderson, " " 

Mayo Lea, " 

Mayo Nellie, 126 Wilson 

Meacham John, 308 w Proctor 

Meatle An nice, 106 Carrington 

INIeatle George, " " 

Mebane Caroline, 410 Willard 

Mebane Cora, 109 Cora 

Mebane Jennie, 410 Willard 

Mebane John, " " 

GENUINE DURHAM~TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE Bl^LL. 



Take tie Kedaoat Ait-iise, f™r, tvasw„gttr d/'c.'; 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. T'or information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

198 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Mebane Jas A, 410 Willard 

Mebaiie Rebecca " " 

Mebane Tamar, washer, 220 Poplar 

Meeks Edney, 502 Lea 

Merrick John (Wright & Merrick, barbers), 102 w Main, 

r 104 Fayetteville st, Hayti 
Merrick mrs Martha, 104 Fayetteville st, Hayti 
Merritt Addison, toncha bean grinder, 214 Poplar 
Merritt Mattie, 208 Seminary 
Merritt Nancy, 113 Red Cross 
Merritt S M, 

Miller Amanda, 112 " 

Miller Ella, 

Miller Lila, " " 

Miller Mattie, 

Miller Minerva, " " 

Minx Amey, tob worker, loi s Gregson 
Minx Rosa " " " 

Mitchell Calvin, 214 w Main 
Mitchell Emma, 219 Poplar 
Mitchell Ida, 137 Fayetteville 
Mitchell James, drayman, 206 Mangum, bds 133 Mc- 

Mannen. 
Mitchell John, tob worker, 219 Poplar 
Mitchell Kizzie, washer, 219 Poplar 
Mitchell Nannie, washer, 324 Pine 
Mitchell Rebecca. 219 Poplar 
Mitchell Robt, tob ciirer, 219 Poplar 
Mitchell Roberta, 124 Vickers ave 
Mitchell R E, L & D R R depot 
Mitchell Wm T, waiter, 213 e Main, r 219 Poplar 
Moore Dr A M, physician, 200 e Main, 2d floor, r no 

Fayetteville st, Hayti 
Moore A R, 159 Fayetteville 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing through the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goklsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the vSouth and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L- Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 199 



Moore Benie, 406 Duke 

Moore Clem, 409 Rigsbee ave 

Moore mrs Cottie, no Fayetteville 

Moore John, 126 Fayetteville ■ 

Moore Julia, 159 " 

Moore Martha, 210 Seminary 

Moore Sarah, 309 South 

Moore Sarah, 219 Cleveland 

Moore Sarah A, 126 Umstead alley 

Moore Susan, 210 Seminary 

Moore Viney, 100 Cleveland 

Morehead Lucy, 107 Wilson 

Morgan Ada, 416 e Pettigrew 

Morgan Alex, 114 Umstead alley 

Morgan Cora, 657 Mangum 

Morgan Emma, 114 Umstead alley 

Morgan Ida, cook, 219 Poplar 

Morgan Jim, 114 Umstead alley 

Morgan Lucinda, 114 Umstead alley 

Morgan Roxana, tob worker, 211 Morehead ave 

Morris Julia, cook, 251 Cleveland 

Morris Joe, tob picker, 300 Mangum, r 152 Fayetteville 

]\Iorris Julia, cook, 616 Mangum 

Morris Mary, 312 South 

Morris Parthenia, cook, 311 e Pettigrew 

Morris Sallie, 152 Fayetteville 

Morris Tom, lab, 311 e Pettigrew 

Morris Wm, tob worker, 251 Cleveland 

Morson Amanda, 205 South 

Morson Scipio, " " 

Morton Carrie, cook, 400 Morehead ave 

Murchinson J W, barber, 103 ]\Iangum 

Murphy Annie, 613 e INIam 

Murphy Charley, b U'ber, 103 Mangum 

]\Iurphy Josephine, 106 Carrington 

BUCKWELL'S DUBhM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



The Great Passenger and Freight 
'l Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

200 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Murray Geo, lab, 307 e Pettigrew 
Murray Katie, 218 Dillard 
Murray Rose, 307 e Pettigrew 

NEWLIN CHARITY, 531 w Main 
ewlin Sarah, 122 Umstead alley 
Nichols HeniT, 205 Whitted 
Nichols Lena, 114 Cora 
Nichols Serena, no Red Cross 
Nixon Jane, 115 Garretts alley 
Noel Julia, cook, 506 e Mangum 
Nunn Daniel, 205 Red Cross 
Nunn Mary, 628 Lea 
Nunn Ruffin, " " 

OATES MARIAH, snuff worker, 108 e Proctor 
'Daniel Bell, 157 Favetteville 
O' Daniel Cornelia, " 
O' Daniel Julian, " 
O' Daniel J W, 
O' Daniel Nannie, " " 

Ofield Wni, tob worker, 105 Mt Vernon alley 
Olive Mary, loi s Gregson 
Olive T D, 129 w Main 
Oliver Ed, tob picker, 216 e Pettigrew 
Overby Amy, 305 Pine 

Overby Jacob N, waiter, no Mangum, r 305 Pine 
Overby Jordan, 105 Mangum 
Overby Mary, 305 Pine 

Overby Rob I, waiter, no Mangum, r 305 Pine 
Overby Wm, restaurant, no Mangum, r 305 Pine 
Owen Fayette, 608 Mangum 

PAGE ELIZA, 221 Whitted 
age Judia, 154 Fayetteville 
Page J J, 221 Whitted 
Page J R, " 

IIMQTTRF ^^^^ J' ■^" ^I^^CKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 i > O U i\ JL Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



•"■pAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR L IN E> passing through the Cities 
I of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 201 



Page M 8,154 Fayetteville 

Parham Mariah, cook, 214 Morris 

Parker Henry, 120 Umstead alley 

Parker Jos H, " 

Parker Lula, '« " 

Parker Marg't, ^' 

Parker Mary A, 311 e Main 

Parker W J, 120 Umstead alley 

Parrish Alex, 225 e Peabod}- 

Parrish Caroline, cook, 611 Manguni 

Parrisli Mary, 225 e Peabody 

Paschall Carrie, 144 Fa}'etteville 

Patterson Adaline, 114 Cora 

Patterson Andrew, 620 Lea 

Patterson Emily, 620 Lea 

Patterson Francis, 104 Vickers ave 

Patterson Gracy, loi s Gregson 

Patterson Jerry, " " 

Patterson Jno, tob worker, 122 McMannen, r E Durham 

Patterson 'Rebecca, 109 Carrington 

Patterson Sudie, 317 e Pettigrew 

Patterson Susan, cook, 113 Poplar 

Patterson Wm, 104 Vickers ave 

Peace Annie, 113 Red Cross 

Peace Annie, 200 e Proctor 

Peace Pleasant, 200 e Proctor 

Peaks Luke, 114 Red Cross 

Peaks Sarah, " " 

Pearson Rev G W, 157 Fayetteville 

Peeden Betty, 1 1 1 HoUow'ay 

Pennington Alex, wood chapper, 307 McMannen 

Pennington Allen, lab, 304 McMannen 

Pennington Frank, drayman, 117 e Main 

Pennington Lizzie, dom, 304 McMannen 

Peoples Easter, cook, 317 e Pettigrew 

Blackwell's Durham Tol)acco ;:p;^:ri';i°::m: 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it 'ThU BEST." 
21 



PiEDMOiNT AIE-LIUE '^'^^^^^^ Passenger and Freight 
h *4J«J*i.WlN, 1 4*4ft UXi.\Li, Li„e of ti^g Sq^^Jj ^^..^,^ unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. I,. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. "^ 

202 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Peoples Fred, 317 e Pettigrew 

Peoples Harry, tob- worker, 317 e Pettigrew 

Peoples Jane, washer, "■ ^' 

Peoples Junius, porter, '■' "■ 

Peoples Ivil lie, "^ '-'- 

Peoples Wash,, lab, "- '•'- 

Perry Annice, 204. Seminary 

Periy Candace, " *■' 

Perry Isaac, '' " 

Perry Luke, 220 Rigsbee ave 

Perry Rosa, 116 Broadway 

Perry Thos, 204 Seminary 

Perry Violet, " '^ 

Pettigrew Geo, R&D depot hand, r 313 e Pettigrew 

Pettigrew Maiy, washer, 313 e Pettigrew- 

Phipps Margaret, washer, 212 Poplar 

Phipps Wm, tob worker, " " 

Pointer Ann, washer, 420 e Pettigrew 

Pointer Annie, 420 e Pettigrew 

Pointer Fanny, washer, 420 e Pettigrew 

Pointer Wm, tob worker, 420 " 

Pookram H H, tob worker, 108 Vickers ave 

Pookram Rebecca ^' *■'■ 

Pool Berry, 124 Fayetteville 

Pool J M, '' " 

Pool R L, " ^' 

Potter W H, 109 e Peabody 

Potter Lucy, " " 

Pratt Adaline, 323 Chapel Hill 

Pratt Ella, 108 Mt Vernon alley 

Pratt Emma, 209 Morehead ave 

Pratt Emeline, cook, 209 Morehead ave 

Pratt John, 205 Rowland 

Pratt Jno W, 323 Chapel Hill 

Pratt Lizzie, 114 Red Cross 

1 N S Tl R F r*'' J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 

^t t}^ *- * ^ AssociaHon of Philadelphia. 
vZ 1 ^ "I ?^ thf Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



nPAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing throu-htneCitle* 
I of Alexandria, Charlottesville, L3'nchburg, Danville, Greensboro 
iReidsville, vSalisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the vSouth and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 203 



Pratt Luther, 205 Rowland 

Pratt Milly, " " 

Pratt Susan, iii Holloway 

Presbyterian Church, colored, no Mangum (up 

stairs) 
Price Jack, 208 e Pettigrew 
Price Josephine, cook, 528 Mangura 
Price Sudie, 208 e Pettigrew 
Prince Bettie, loi Corporation 
Prince Frank, " " 

Prince Harriet, " " 

Prince Renfz, " " 

Prince Sarah, " " 

Pur^ear Carrie, 116 Red Cross 
Puryear Charley, no Vickers ave 
Puryear Elijah, 116 Red Cross 
Puryear Evaline, 207 South 
Puryear F F, 114 Mangum 
Puryear Grandian, 114 Red Cross 
Puryear Henry, 113 *' 

Puryear Louisa, 116 " 

Puryear Matilda, no Vickers ave 
Puryear Matthew, n6 Red Cross 
Puryear Nannie, " " 

Puryear Silas, 114 '< 

RAGLAND BELLA, ni Holloway 
atler Jim W, 104 Vickers ave 
Ray Anna, 104 Seminary 
Ray Anna S, 11.7 w Parrish 
Ray Annie, 209 Ramseur 
Ray Ben, 424 e Pettigrew 
Ray BJ, " 

Ray Daniel, 207 Whitted 
Ray Duncan, 107 Fayetteville 



GENUINE DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



fake: the Piete^nt 4it-Miis,J!;r^;j;:jto!;:^S. c" 

and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. FoAnformation' 
address, J. I^. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



204 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Ray Elvira, 424 e Pettigrew 

Ray Ferreby, 424 " 

Ray Francis, 612 e Main 

Ray Isaac, 222 Rigsbee ave 

Ray Jane, sack nikr, 107 Fa}'etteville 

Ray John, 424 e Pettigrew 

Ray Johnson, 424 " 

Ray Laura, 612 e Main 

Ray Lethe, 424 e Pettigrew 

Ray Lizzie R, 222 Rigsbee ave 

Ray Martha, 202 " 

Ray Mollie, 108 Dillard 

Ray M R, iii w Parrish 

Ray Oriby, 302 Ramseur 

Ray Thos J, 117 w Parrish 

Ray Wm, tob pkr, B D T Co, r 612 e Main 

Ray Zilpha, sack mkr, 107 Fayetteville, 

Reid Henry, 211 Foster 

Reid Minerva, 211 " 

Rencher Robt E, 114 Church 

Richordson Burt, teamster, 313 e Pettigrew 

Richardson Geo R, 209 Morohead ave ^ 

Richarnson G W, saloon elk, 11 1 Mangnm, r 112 Red 

Cross 
Richardson Sue, cook, 213 e Pettigrew 
Richardson Thos, R R hand, 200 e Proctor 
Richmond J C, 107 e Peabody 
Richmond Robt, 114 Chnrch' 
Ridley Rosa, 104 Carr ave 
Ridley Thos, • " " 

Rigsbee Alex, tob stamper, 102 w Green 
Rigsbee Geo, wood chopper, " " 

Rigsbee Lanra, 215 Glenn 
Rigsbee Virgil, porter, 202 Mangum 
Ring David, cobbler, 113 Red Cross 

IN^TTPF with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
li^ kJ U i\i_j Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'h, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question 



T;?f^^'^",^n'^^^°.^J^^^ ^^^^' Passing through the Cities 
1 oi Raleigh Durhim, Goldsboro. Spartenburg, Greanville, Seneca 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— Colored. 205 

Ring Harriet, 115 Red Cross 
Roan David, 107 Chapel Hill 
Roan OH, 220 Poplar 

Roberson Celia A, washer, in Vickers ave 
Roberson Dock, lab, 203 Ramseur 
Roberson Ella, cook, " " 

Roberson Henr>', tob cutter, 220 e Pettigrew 
Roberson Jake, tob wkr, 105 Morehead ave 
Roberson John, 114 Church 
Roberson Thos, 1 1 1 Vickers ave 
Roberson W H, 207 Seminary 
Roberts Caroline, ii6Broadwav 
Roberts Geo, 112 Day ave 
Roberts Harriet, 212 Morris 
Roberts Jennie, 112 Day ave 
Roberts Ruth, 212 Morris 
Robertson Elizabeth, 103 Morehead ave 
Robertson James, " " 

Robinson Annie, 412 w Peabodv 
Robinson Celia, 220 e Pettigrew 
Robinson Hattie, 208 Willard ave 
Robinson Henr>', 220 e Pettigrew 
Robinson Jake, 209 Morehead ave 
Robinson John, 112 Red Cross 
Robinson John, 105 Mt Vernon allev 
Robinson Jno E, blk smith, in Bank alley, r 208 Wil- 
lard ave 
Robinson Mary E, 205 Roxboro 
Robinson Sylvia, 208 Willard ave 
Robinson Wiley. 412 w Peabody 
Robinson Wni H, 207 Seminary 
Rofe Geo, tob wkr, 122 McMannen, r E Durham 
Rogers Benj, lab, 214 s Gregson 
Rogers Bettie, washer, 214 s Gregson 
Rogers Chas, tob wkr, " " 

BUC/aVELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



f ak© th© Pistaml 4ir-Is!n,3j from Washington, D. C. , 
and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

206 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Rogers Esther, 109 Carringtou 

Rogers Geo, 107 e Peabody 

Rogers J W, 401 Corporation 

Rogers Lucy, cook, 120 South 

Rogers Mary, 401 Corporation 

Rogers Mary, washer, 221 Liberty 

Rogers Nettie, cook, 214 s Gregson 

Rogers Sallie, 103 Foster 

Rogers Susan, 202 Pine 

Rogers Washington, 109 Carrington 

Rogers Wiley, lab, 217 Morehead ave 

Ross Annie, nurse, 200 e Proctor 

Ross Isabella, cook, 302 Ramseur 

Rose Wm, lab, 304 South 

Rountree Ellen 206 Roxboro 

Rountree Gus, " " 

Rountree McKinsey, no Church 

Royster Henry, lab, 303 Pine 

Royster Jack, 113 Day ave 

Royster Louisa, 113 " 

Rudd Sarah, loi Whitted 

Rnffin Anderson, 150 Fayetteville 

Ruffin Eliza, 130 " 

Rnffin E S W, 115 Vickers ave 

Ruffin Emeline, cook, 225 Morris 

Ruffin James, 118 w Peabody 

Ruffin Lucinda, 115 Vickers ave 

Ruffin Lucy, 150 Fayettville 

Ruffin Peter, tinner, ir5 e Main, r 112 Red Cross 

Ruffin Sam, 130 Fayetteville 

Ruffin Wm, 115 Vickers alley 

Russell Dicy, 203 Glenn 

Russell Franks 614 e Main 

Russell Henry, 203 Glenn 

Russell Henry, 122 Vickers ave 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LlNE,Pass:ingthrough ihe Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, vSpartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L,. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY — CoLOREix. 20; 



Russell John, 614 e Maiu 
Russell Maliuda, 614 e Main 
Russell Mariali, 122 Vickers ave 
Russell Thos, 614 e Main 
Rutledge Thos, 144 Fayetteville 
Rutledge Ella, " 

SANDERS CHAS, porter, 106 e Main 
Saunders Sarah, 416 e Pettigrew 
Sanford Spot, barber, 103 Mangum, r 30S e Main 
Satterfield Agnes, 117 Glenn 
Satterfield Francis, 405 Corporation 
Satterfield Joe, 

Satterfield Maggie, 154 Fayetteville 
Savoid Francis, 107 Carrington 
Savoid Wm, 

Scales Alston, tob worker, 122 McMannen, r 103 Amey 
Scales Jesse, 103 Amey 
Scales John, " '' 

Scales Joe, saloon clerk, 220 e Pettigrew 
Scales J B, 107 e Peabody 
Scales Mary, 103 Amey 
Schriber Henry, butler, 506 Lea 
Scott Lucretia, 216 Watkins 
Scott Mary, '^ '^ ^ 

Scott Polly, 214 Poplar 
Scott Polly, 112 Ramseur 
Sears Frank, 107 Mangum 
Sears John, 211 Carrington 
Sears Mary, 107 Mangum 
Sears Minerva, 211 Carrington 
Sears Phoebe, 211 Carrington 
Sellers Francis, no e Proctor 
Sellers Jordan, 210 s Gregson 
Sellers Julia, 

Reliable and Satisfactory ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Take ths Refaoal AiE-Kae ;[?e«'£o«goLo-:>S:ne" 

New Orleans, Shrivcport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



208 DIRECTORY— Colored. 

Sellers Julia, washer, iioe Proctor 

Sellers Thomas, '' '' 

Shackelford Mag, doin, r 106 Roiiey 

Shaw Agnes, 165 Fayetteville 

Shaw Ed, iii Wilson 

Shaw Mariah, 418 e Petti grew 

Shaw Mitchell, 406 w Proctor 

Shaw Rebecca, iii Wilson 

Shaw R M, porter, 204 Mangnra, r 165 Fayetteville 

Shearin Henry, 506 Lea 

Shelbon Henry, 304 McMannen 

Shelbon Jas, lab, 303 Pine 

Shelbon Mary, " " 

Shelton James, lab, 303 Pine 

Shelton Minnie, washer, 303 Pine 

Shelton Rosa, 304 McMannen 

Shelton Winnie, 304 McMannen 

Shoffner Lem, tob wkr, 408 w Proctor 

Simms James, tob wkr, 324 Pine 

Simmes Mary, washer, 324 Pine 

Simmes Mary, 406 Duke 

Simmes Skid, coachman, 406 Duke 

Simmons Joe, 232 William 

Simmons Mag, washer, 404 w Proctor 

Smith Annie, cook, 138 McMannen 

Smith Eliza, 305 e Main 

Smith Emma C, 221 Liberty 

Smith E C, 150 Fayetteville 

Smith Eugene, 221 Liberty 

Smith Fanny, 303 Pine 

Smith Jule, 114 Church 

Smith J C, 221 Liberty 

Smith Laura, 405 w Pettigrew 

Smith Laura, cook, 207 s Gregson 

Smith Lena, washer, 104 Fayetteville 



JT IVr A Pl^ A V represents the Fidelity Mutual Life 
. U . lYlii^L/IVi\ 1 Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J. J. MACKAY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passmg through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
IReidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and vSoutfe 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored, 209 

Smith Maggie, 218 e Pettigrew 

■Smith Mary, tob stamper, 207 s Gregson 

Smith Mary washer, 637 Mangnra 

Smith Mary, 405 w Pettigre\y 

Smith Mary, 104 Haywood 

Smith Mary, 221 Liberty 

Smith Mary C, 221 " 

Smith Nannie, 213 Whitted 

Smith Nannie, dom, 315 Ramsenr 

Smith P H, grocer, 105 e Peabody, r 2ig e Pettigrew 

Smith Wesley, teamster, 315 Ramseur 

Smith Wm, 637 Mangnm 

Smith Wm M,. 104 Haywood 

Smith WO, 107 Fowler 

Smith W T, 213 Whitted 

Sneed Bryant, tob stamper, no j\It Vernon alley 

Sneed Juenry, tob stamper, '* " " 

Sneed Julia A, washer, " " " 

Sneed Sedley, drayman, no Mt Vernon alley 

Snipes Carrie F, 105 Mangnm 

Snipes Fletcher S, 105 " 

Snipes Maggie L, " '* 

Snipes Sally, cook, '* " 

Snipes Wm, lab, 200 e Proctor 

Sparkman Amanda, 116 Glenn 

Sparkman Duncan, 108 Fayetteville 

Sparkman Emily, " " 

Sparkman Israel, " " 

Sparkman Katie, " " 

Stanley Mariah, 112 Reams ave 

Stanly Mariah, 314 Rigsbee ave 

Stephens Charley, 206 Seminary 

Stephens Jennie, " " 

Stephens King, " " 

Stephens Lilly, " 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco p^^tiruni^'m, 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 
22 



:e the Piedmant ^ir-Liine, j;;f ^'^^'^^^^ ''''''^ ^'"" 



"ifrom Washington, D. C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information , 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

2IO DIRECTORY— Colored. " 

Stephens Mariali, 117 Poplar 

Stephens Martha,. 206 Seminary 

Stephens Wm, lab, 117 Poplar 

Stephens W M, 1 1 1 w Parrish 

Stewart Blanche, tob wkr, 406 e Main 

Stewart Geneva, washer, 212 Poplar 

Stone Mebane, lab, 107 Vickers alley 

Stone Susan, " *"' 

Stowe Green, lab, r 112 Reams ave 

Strayhorn Alice, 210 Carrington 

Stra}'horn Caroline, washer, 303 Willard ave 

Strayhorn John, tob wkr, 211 Morehead ave 

Strayhorn Viney, washer, "■ " 

Strayhorn Wm, tob prizer, '<■ "• 

Stroud Bella, 109 Cora 

Stroud Emma, 118 Vickers ave 

Stroud Eveline, cook, 317 Pine 

Stroud Geo, 104 e Proctor 

Stroud Green, lab, r 319 e Petti grew 

Stroud Jennie, 317 Pine 

Stroud Rosa, 114 e Proctor 

Strudwick Duncan, 306 McMannen 

Strudwick Wm, 302 Dillard 

Sturtevant Thos, cook, 105 Mangum, r 319 e Pettigrew 

Sturtevant W L, cook, 105 Mangum 

Suits Laura, cook, 406 e Main 

Summerville Annie, 109 Cora 

Sutton John, 203 Morehead ave 

Swepson F*rancis, cook, 216 Morris 

TALLY ED, 327 Pine 
ally Nannie, washer, 327 Pine 
Tally Peter, carpenter, " '^ 
Tapp Ed, R&D depot 
Tapp Wm, '' 

IN^TTPl^ '^'ith J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mntual Life 
1 IN O U Xv J_J Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



npAKETHE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing throucrh tiie Cities 
1 of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro. Sparcenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the vSouth and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. h. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— Coi^ORiSD. 2 1 1 



Tapp W H, waiter, Hopkins House 
Tate Alex, 614 e Main 
Tate Christian, washer, 614 e Main 
Tate Maria, no Red Cross 
Tate Maria, 108 Vickers ave 
Tate Tiney, 614 e Main 
Tate Wni, 309 South 
Taylor Fannie, 104 Carrington 
Tavlor Julia, 303 Lea 
Taylor Rev J C, 114 Church 
Taylor Ransom, 104 Carrington 
Taylor Violet, 211 Queen 
Teachy Isabella, 212 Pine 
Terrell Wm, cook. Hotel Claiborn 
Terry Julia, cook, 215 Poplar 
. Terry Willard, 
Thomas Henry, 204 Seminary 
Thompson Amy, cook, 102 Reams ave 
Thompson Annie, 119 McMannen 
Thompson Bessie, 309 South 
Thompson Betsy, 500 w Peabody 
Thompson Celia, 202 Ramseur 
Thompson Estella, 103 Carr ave 
Thompson Isabella, 205 w Green 
Thompson Julia, no Milton ave 
Thompson J W, lab, 103 Queen 
Thompson Mary, nurse, 105 Willard ave 
Thompson Melissa, 309 South 
Thompson Patsy, 201 w Green 
Thompson Peggy, 309 South 
Thompson Tom, lab, 308 McMannen 
Tilley Becky, 112 Reams ave 
Tilley Dudley, 215 Poplar 
Tilley Harriet, 104 Umstead alley 
Tilley Holder, tob wkr, 1 1 2 Reams ave 



BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



fake the Fiediaottt AlE-Liae ^,£^o^LS;:'JZ^. 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information , 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



212 DIRECTORY— COLOREB. 



Tilley Richard, tob wkr, l:o2 e Proctor 

Tilley Rosa, dom, " " 

Toriaii Merick, lab, 308 w Main, r W Durham 

Towns FT, 216 Watkins 

Townsend Alex, tob wkr, 312 South 

Townsend Gracy, tob stamper, 312 South 

Townsend Goines, *■' " 

Townsend Letha^ washer, ii u 

Townsend I^ucy, tob wkr, *■'• ^' 

Trainum Rose, 307 e Pettigrew 

Trice Francis, cook,. 11 1 South 

Trice Johnson, tob stemmer, loi s Gregson 

Trice J S, loi Strayhorn ave 

Trollinger Cora, cook, 206 Cleveland 

Trollinger Thos, drayman, 126 w Main 

Tucker G L, 114 Church 

Tucker Rebecca, 109 Dandy 

Tucker Samuel, 406 w Pettigrew 

Tucker Sarah, 406 w Pettigrew 

Tucker Sarah F, 406 w Pettigrew 

Tucker Rev E R, school teacher, 406 w Pettigrew 

Tucker Wm, 406 w Pettigrew 

Turner Aaron, lab, 634 Mangum 

Turner Fred, 412 w Peabody 

Turner Hannah, 412 w Peabody 

Turner Jane, 217 Dillard 

Turner Jennie, washer, 634 Mangum 

Turner Mary, 116 Whitted 

Turner Nelson, 116 " 

Turner Sally, 308 w Proctor 

Turner Sarah, 412 w Peabody 

Turner Willie, 116 Whitted 

Turrentine Ada, 202 Glenn 

Turrentine Josephine, 202 Glenn 

Turrentine Meredith, " " 

Jr T\/r A Pj/" A V represents the FIDELITY Mutual LiFE 
. O. iTl/lL/lVi\ I Association of Philadelphia. 
Before Insuring your life do not fail to see J . J . M ACK A Y . 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Ljnichburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored. 213 

Twine Rev L D, pastor Pjesbyterian church' 205 

Roxboro 
Twine mrs Mary W, 205 Roxboro 
Twitty Eliza T, 115 Broadway 

UMSTEAD VERNUSA, dom, 612 Manguiii, r N 
Durham 
Upchiirch Etta, cook, 230 McMannen 

VAN HOOK ANNICE, dom, 501 Mangum 
anhook Edwd, tob prizer, B D T Co, r 501 Mangum 
Vanhook Puss, 113 w Parrish 
Vanhook Young, tob pkr, 300 Mangum, r 113 w Parrish 

WADE AARON, 113 Red Cross 
adejohn, 
Wade Eliza, 148 Fayetteville 
Wade Houston, 148 " 
Wade Lizzie, " " 

Wade McKinsie, " " 
Wade Rena, 208 Whitted 
Wade Saml, 148 Fayetteville 
Wade Zack, 208 M^iitted 
Walker Bettie, in Glenn 
Walker Ellen, 109 Ramseur 
Walker Francis, 410 Willard 
Walker James, *' " 

Walker Eaura, 304 e Main 
W^alker Mary, 112 Ramseur 
Walker Mary A, 220 Poplar 
Walker Sarah, 204 Dillard 
Walker Wm, in Glenn 
Wallace Eva 213 Whitted 
Wallace Henry, 104 Carrington 
Wallace Geo, 222 Rigsbee ave 
Wallace John, 213 Whitted 
Ward G W, restaurant, no Church 

GENUINE DURHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

214 DIRECTORY— Colored. 



Warren Ann, washer, 301 Chapel Hill 

Warren Benj, barber, 102 w Main, r 301 Chapel Hill 

Warren Ed tob wkr, 122 McMannen, r 301 Chapel Hill 

Warren Geo R, tob wkr, 301 Chapel Hill 

Warren Henry, 114 Red Cross 

Warren James, lab, 506 Morehead ave, r 303 Chapel 

Hill 
Warren Lou, cook, 133 South 
Warren Mariah, cook, 506 Morehead ave, r 303 Chapel 

Hill 
Warren Monroe F, Hotel Claiborn 
Warren Mary J, washer, 303 Chapel Hill 
Warren Sarah', 114 Red Cross 
Warren Stanford, tob wkr, 301 Chapel Hill 
Watkins Susan, 216 Watkins 
Watson Alex, 121 Amey 
Watson Francis, 121 Fayetteville 
Watson Lethe, 121 Amey 
Watson Martha, 104 Johnson's alley 
Watson Wilson, 121 Fayetteville 
Watson Zilpha, " 

Weatherspoon Laura, 403 Corporation 
Weaver Celin dom, 404 Morehead ave 
Weaver Ida M, 109 Amey 

Weaver S B, drayman, 117 e Main, r 109 Amey 
Webb Aaron, 115 Garrett's alley 
Webb Delia, no Red Cross 
Webb Easter, no Red Cross 
Webb Francis, 10 1 Amey 
Webb F J, 155 Fayetteville 
Webb Moses, 405 w Proctor 
Webb Patsey, " 
Webb Robt, 207 Carrington 
Welborn A D. 207 Whitted 
Welborn Pandora, 207 Whitted 

TNQTTPF "^'^^^^ J' J" ^I-^CKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN k^ U Iv Hi Association of Philadelphia- 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingthrough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Colored, 215 



Welsh Charles, tob worker, 112 Reams av^e 

Welsh Dallas, tob cutter, " " 

Welsh Delia, washer " " 

West Fanny, washer, 404 \v Proctor 

Wheeler Chas, tob stamper (Duke), 513 e Main 

White Anderson, 222 Rigsbee ave 

White Bettie, washer, 220 Poplar 

White Bettie, 208 Queen 

White Celia, washer, 103 Morehead ave 

White Edwd, 114 Church 

White Ennis, lab 308 McMannen 

White Fanny, washer, 308 McMannen 

White F'rances, sack mkr, 109 e Proctor 

White John, lab, 308 McMannen 

White Louisa, cook, 114 e Pettigrew 

White O B 102 w Main 

White Simon, 102 Vicker's alley 

White Simpson W, R R hand, 109 e Proctor 

White Virginia, 102 Vicker's ave 

Whitted Anderson A, 108 Umstead alley 

Whitted Bertha, 227 Whitted 

Whitted Evaline, 108 Umstead alley 

Whitted Jas A, school teacher, 227 Whitted 

Whitted Jas A, Jr, mail carrier, 128 Wilson 

Whitted John, tob pkr, 218 e Pettigrew 

Whitted Lea M, 202 Ramseur 

Whitted Lilly, 108 Umstead alley 

Whitted Alary, 227 Whitted 

Whitted Molly, cook, 218 e Pettigrew 

Whitted Pearl, 227 Whitted 

Whitted Portia J, 227 " 

Whitted Robt M, carpenter, 108 Umstead allev 

Whitted Sally, 227 Whitted 

Whitted Susan, 128 x'lmey 

Whitted Susie E, 128 Wilson 

Reliable and Salisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



A 1m T i»* The shortest direct lint 



'*«'jj from Washin<^ton, D. C. , 
and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

2 1 6 DIRECTOR Y— Colored. 



Whitted S J, 227 Whitted 
Whitted Tenipy, 128 Wilson 
Whitted Wm, tob pkr, 218 e Fettigrew 
Whitty Will, tob wkr, r 217 Poplar 
Wilkins Sam, 115 e Peabody 
Wilder Anna, cook, 210 Morris 
Williams Amos, loi Yancey 
Williams Annie, cook, 202 Sonth 
Williams Bella, 319 Foster 
Williams Cornelia, cook, r 108 Rigsbee ave 
Williams Eliza, washer, 109 Cora 
Williams Emma, Hopkins House 
Williams Geo, 150 Fayette\alle 
Williams Haywood, 118 Seminaiy 
Williams James, 319 Foster 
Williams Laura, cook, 218 Dillard 
Williams Lilly, 115 Vicker's alley 
Williams Lizzie, Hopkins House 
Williams Margaret, nurse 214 Cleveland 
Williams Martha, ti8 Seminary 
Williams Mary, 200 Rigsbee ave 
Williams Mar>' J, 208 s Gregson 
Williams Nat, 101 Ramsey 
Williams Penny, cook, 305 McMannen 
Williams Rhena, cook, 203 Morehead ave ' 
Williams Rosa, cook, 319 Foster 
Williams Susan, 300 Chapel Hill 
Williams Sylvia, 319 Foster 
Williams Telia, 208 s Gregson 
Williams Willis, cook, Hotel Claiborn 
Williams Wm J, 224 Rigsbee ave 
Williamson Belle, r 107 Mt Vernon, alley 
Williamson Hannah, 305 Pine 
Williamson Mary, tob stamper. 305 Pine 
Williamson Susan, 300 Chapel Hill 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASvSOCIATION represented 
by J. J. MAC KAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing flirouglifheCitle:i 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
IReidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and Soutk 
'West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DmECTORY— Colored. 2 1 7 



"Wilson Menrietta, nurse, r 208 s Gregson 

Wilson John, 108 Dillard % 

Wilson Jordan, 105 Whitted 

Wilson M^artlia, 21.1 ]Morehead ave 

Wilson Sarah, washer, 304 McMannen 

Wimberly Clara, 121 Broadway 

Winstead Chas G, 211 Watkins 

Winston Delia, niu'se, 313 w Pettigrew 

W^inston Fanny, cook, " " 

Womack Anderson, 313 Chapel Hill 

Womack Oscar B, 405 Roxboro 

Womble Lewis, 206 Mangiini 

Wonible Sarah A, nurse, r 211 Ramseur 

Wooden Sally, 207 Carrington 

Wooden Wm, 207 Carrington 

Woods Docie, 102 Umstead alley 

Woods Fanny, no Carr 

Woods Jennie, cook, 229 Cleveland, 

Woods Larkin, drayman, 636 Mangum 

W^oods Serilla, *' " 

Woods Sylvia, cook, 103 Queen 

Woody Ida, cook, 307 e Pettigrew 

Worth Mary, cook, 207 Dillard 

Wright Fanny, 106 Fayetteville 

Wright John, lab, 222 e Pettigrew 

Wright Jno W, of Wright & Merrick, 102 w Main, r 106 

Fayetteville 
Wright Lucy, 303 Chapel Hill 
Wright nirs Mary K, 106 Fayetteville, Ha\ti 
Wright Thos J, waiter, 303 Chapel Hill 
Wright Walter, 107 e Peabody 
Wright & Merrick, barbers, 102 w Main 
Wyatt Delphy, no Red Cross 

YARBOROUGH ELIZA, 406 w Peabody 
arborough Ellen, 412 e Pettigrew 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ';:::^'':^^ 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market' 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST " 
23 



To the South and' South 
West, Montgomery, Mobile , 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information . 

address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

2i8 DIRECTORY— CoLOREix 

Yarborough Louisa, 109 Cora 

Yarboroug-h Luc}', 108 Vickers ave 

Yates Belle, 407 Corporation 

Yates Charles, " 

Y^atesDock, '^ 

Yates Ellen, '' 

Yates jMartha, " " 

Yates Thos, shoemaker, 415 w Main ^ 

Young Bettie, 206 Queen 

Young Glenn, "• *■' 

Young Mamie, '<• '^ . 

Younger Anna, 103 Corporation 

Yoiuiger Peter, •■' •■' 




DURHAM 

COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. 



-<i^ttorji.e3rs. 

Boone & Parker, Mangum Building, cor e Main and 

Man gum 
BusBEE Walton M, Court House 
Fuller & Fuller, Parrish Building, cor e Parrisli and 

Mangum 
Guthrie W A, 107 Church 
Manning & Manning, Wright Building, cor w Main 

and Corcoran 

u^rcl:i.itects, 
Leary S L, 201 w Main, up stairs 

-(^■ULctiorL and. Oo^acimissiozi. 
Mackay J J, 107 e Main 

Rosemond H M, 126 e Main 

Bag" a^an-Lifact-ULrers. 
Golden Belt M'fg Co, cor w Pettigrew and Blackwell 

IBanl^s. 

Fidelity Bank, G W Watts, pres, J F Slaughter, cash- 
ier, 201 w Main 

First National Bank, J S Carr, pres, h D Heartt 
cashier, 204 Mangum ' 

Morehead Banking Co, W H Willard, pres, W JM Mor- 
gan, cashier 



BLACKWELL S DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



IQMf 4IE-IiIllP '^"'''' ^'^^^ Passeng^rand Freight. 



■| Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

2 20 DIRECTORY — Commercial. 



Brown H W, col, 109 Mangum 
INlacklin G W, col, cor e Main and Church. 
]\Inrchison & Sanford, col, 103 Mangum 
Ray Closes, iii w Parrish 
Richmond J C, col, 107 e Peabody 
Wright & Merrick, col, 102 w Main 

Bill IFoster. 

Mallory J T, 209 w Green. 

:Bl3icls:si:^:iitlis . 

Amey Richard, col, 304 w Green 
Hollow AY J A, 201 Liberty 
HoLLOWAY W H, 301 Church 
HowERTON R T & Bro, 410 Mangum 
Murray Rob't, 119 e Peabody 
Robeson John, iii Bank alley 
Seeman H & Son, 115 e Peabody 

Bcard-irLg- I3:o-u.ses. 
Five Points House, Five Points 
Gilman House, 215 e Main 
Harrison House, 204 Morris 
Holman House, 214 e Main 
Hopkins House, 100 Cleveland 
Norv/ood House, 113 South 
Roanoke House, 400 Mangitm 
Slade House, 118 e Main 
Yearby House, 213 e Main 

Bool^s a-nd. Sta.tiorLer3r. 
Gattls T J & Son, 121 e Main 

Bool^ Bind-ers. 
The Educator Co, cor w ]\Iain and Mangum 

T KI Q TT D I? ^^^^^ J- J- MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U lA Li Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged b}' all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



n^AKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LIN E.Passingfhrougli the Citi^ 
i. of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, vSpartanburg, Greenville Seneca 
^orainsville and Athens, to the South and South W^est. For 'informs- 
ilion, address, J. L. Tavlor, Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— Commercial. 221 



Boots azid. Slioes. 
Cole J L, 114 e Main 
r3uRHAM Supply Co, 126 w Main 
Ellis, Stonje & Co, 124 w Main 
.Jones J W & Co, 107 w Main 
Lambe Thos J, loi e Main 
Mangnm W & Son, 108 Mangnm 
Markham H H, ioi w Main 
Rawls Q E, 119 e Main 
Slater W A & Co, 100 w Main 

BriOiS ZMTan-uLfact-u-rsrs. 
Fitzgerald R B, col, West Durham 

Oarpeziters, Oozitractors, IBnild-ers. 
Bassett R B, 113 Ramsev 
Bivins J A, 217 Cleveland 
Christian T S. 608 Mangnm 
Clark Wm L, 243 Cleveland 
Houston Benj, West Durham 
Irwin Jno D, 524 w Main 
Meredith & Son, 104 Catr 
Norton C H, 302 Chapel Hill 
Whitted S E, 619 Mangum 

Carpets, n^vCattiang-, Szo, 
Durham Supply Company, 126 w Main 
Ellis, Stone & Co, 124 w Main 
Jones J W & Co, 107 w Main 
Markham H H, ioi w Main 
Muse W A, T09 e Main 

Carriag-es, -^sTv^ag-ons, Szo. 
Durham Buggy Companv, Five Points 
Durham Supply Co, 126 w Main 
Holloway J A 201 Liberty 

Reliable and Satisfaclaryl 

BtACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



Me llig Reteint Mi-Um, '''" ^'^^'^'^ ^"^' '™" 



^a®l from Washington, D. C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athens and Birmingham. For information , 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



Z2Z DIRECTORY — Commercial. 

HowERTOX R T & Bro, 408 Mangum 
Rogers R I, 219 w Main 
Seenian H & Son, 117 e Peabody 

Oig-ar Iv^an-CLfact-ULrers. 

Kramer S & Co, 109 e Main, 2nd floor 
Lyon & Reed, 113 & 115 Mangum, znd floor 
Mallory Cheroot Co, 118 w Parrisli 

Oig-a-rette IvCamj-fa-ctu-rers, 

Duke Sons W & Co, 518 to 532 w Peabody 
Durham Med Cig Co, 130 e Main, up stairs. 

Micliie J C, 113 South 

Olotliing". 

Bernstein F, 108 e Main 
Durham Supply Co, 126 w Main 
Gladstein M & Co, 116 e Main 
Lambe Thos J, loi e Main 
Slater W A & Co, 100 w Main 
Summerfield C & Co, 118 w Main 

Oca.1 sizid. TT^ood.- 

Holder A A, 204 e Peabody. 
Morgan & Carr, 202 Mangum 

Mackay J J, 107 e Main 
Morgan & Carr, 202 IMangum 

OorLfectioneries. 

Berry J H, no w Main 
Eakes M, 104 w Main 
ROSEMOND H M, 126 e Main 



TMCTIDI? with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 n !^ U rV ill Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passingfiirongh the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lj'nchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
.Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Commercial. 22:; 



* Spivey H T, 108 w Main 
Stephenson R W, 106 w Main 
'Tingen B T, 202 av Main 

Ooopers» 

Cheek A M, 312 w Main 
Couch C P, 253 w Main 
Little T H,, 105 Foster 
Maynor Jos, 400 w Main 
Pendergrass P M, 208 Morgan 
Thomason M, 415 w Green 

Mangum Wm, 332 w Green 

Ootton IMIillS- 

Commonwealth Cotton F'actory, East Durham 
Durham Cotton M'fg Co, East Durham 
Erwin Cotton Mills Co, West Durham 
Pearl Cotton Mills, North Durham 

Orocl^er3r. 

Durham Supply Co, 126 w Main 
Lloyd A E & Co, I22 w Main 
MackayJ J, 107 e Main 

IDentists. 

Brown Dr J C, me Main, 2d floor 
HendeRvSON Dr L B, 100 w Main, 2d floor 
Lynch Dr W, 201 w Main, 2d floor 

IDress Iv^alsers. 

Johnson Mrs, 215 Morris 
Landing Mrs, 107 Holloway 
Lyon Mrs Thos B, 661 Mangum 
McMannen' Mrs J A, 119 McMannen 

GENUINE DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL 



Tlie shortest clirecf liiu-' 
'^l from Washington, D. C. . 
and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

224 DIRECTORY— Commercial. 



Marsh Miss LA, me Mam 
Morris Mrs Jiio B, 108 Jacksoii 
Yancey Mrs S H, 114 e Pettigrew 

IDri:Lg-g-ists. 

Blacknall R & Sox, cor w Main and Corcoran 
Johnson Dr N M & Co^ cor e Main and ChnrcK 
Michaels & Co, cor e Main and Mangmn 
Vaughn P W, 106 e Main 
Yearbv W M, 123 e Main 

JDicy O-oocLs- 

Ellis, Stone & Co, 124 w Main [ 

Gladstein M & Co, 112 e Main 
Jones J W & Co, 107 w Main 
Markham H H, loi w Main 
Mnse W A, 109 e Main 

Electric Lig-lit Oo- 
Durham Electric Light Co, 204 e Peabody 

Howerton R T & Son, Manguni 

ISsrpress Ocmpa.rL3r, 
Southern Express Co, 102 e Parrish 

IPertilizer Oom.pan37-. 

Durham Fert Co, Fact E Durham, office 202 ALangiim 

lE^isii and. 03rsters. 

McCleese T L, City Market 
Rochelle G W, City Market 
Sanders W T, City Market 

IF'lcrist. 
Hibberd R, 112 Jones 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION representee] 
by J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

'The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THEPIEDMONT AIRLINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South 
West. For information, address, J. h. Taylor, Atlanta., Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Commercial. 225 

Durham Foniiclen'., 222 \v Peabody, 

:E^-u.r2:iiti:Lre. 
'Cheek Furniture Co, loi w Parrish 
Durham Furniture ^Pfg Co, 107 and 109 Corcoran. 

O-ent's :Fu.mis]::iing-s. 

Lambe Thos J, loi e Main 
Slater W A & Co, 100 w Main 

C3-roceries. ■ 

Barbee F 'M^ 104 e Parrish 
Barbee R H, 113 e Main 
Colly W F, col, 201 Morehead ave 
Daniel A L, 100 Chapel Hill 
Draughan A J, 547 w Main 
Durham Supply Co, i::6 w Main 
Edwards H F, 628 Manguni 
Ellington W W, 303 Mangum 
Elliott AG, 112 w Main 
Enoch B, 104 Mangum 
Farmers' All. Mds Co, 103 e Main 
Farthing & Belvin, 100 w Parrish 
Finklestein & Davis, 102 Mangum 
Forsythe J S, 208 w Main 
Goldstein Aaron, Lea cor Jackson 
Green Bros, 114 w Main 
Haskell ]\I, 321 Chapel Hill 
Henry, O'Brien & Co, 117 e Main 
Herndon & Bagwell, 105 e Main 
Lewter Chas M, 629 Mangum 
Markham H H, ioi w Main 
Mangum W &. Son, 108 Mangum 
Morton J C B, 510 w Main 

Blackwell's Durham Tol)acco "^ri^. 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 
24 



The shortest direct h'ne 
MiU^'jj from Washington, D. C. , 
and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

226 . DIRECTORY— Commercial. 



Perr\' D W, cor Morris and w Green 
Proctor W H, 206 Mangnm 
Rigsbee A M, 202 Mangnm 
Smith D C, 510 e Main 
Smith M, 103 Fayetteville 
Smith P H, col, 105 e Peabody 
vSmith P S, cor w Proctor and South 
Thaxton & Patton, 116 w Main 
Thompson E C, 320 e Pettigrew 
Thompson J J, 332 Chapel Hill 
Weatherspoon W H & Co, 209 Mangnm 
Whitaker T J, 601 w Pettigrew 
Whitted Jas A, col, cor Amey and Whitted 
Wilkerson & Satterwhite, Jackson cor Lea 
Williams A B, 207 Mangnm 
Woodell W D, 207 Cobb 
Wyatt MB, 203 w Main 

0-"u.3:i a-nd. 31jOcl§:sm.itli. 

Alford J E & Sons, 205 e Main 

:E3:a.rca.^77-a-re- 

DuRHAM Supply Co, 126 w Main 
Eloyd A E & Co, 122 w Main 
]\Iarkham H H, ioi w Main 
Womble J T, no e Main 

I3:a-r3n.e3S a-Tid. Sa.d.d.les. 

Bolvn W H, 200 w Main 
Wyatt E F & Son, 120 w Main 

I3:a.ts and. Oaps. 

Bernstein F, 108 e Main 
Durham Supply Co, 126 w Main 
Jones J W & Co, 107 w Main 
Lambe Thos J, loi e Main 

THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASvSOCIATION represented 
bv J. J. MACKAY, gives first-class Life Insurance. 

The Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia give in- 
surance at one-third less cost than the old line companies. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT A I R-L I NE, Passing tlirough the Cities 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, vSeneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. t,. Tavlor. Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— CoMMERCiAi.. 227 



]\Iarkhain H H, loi w Main 
Rawls O E, 119, e j\Iain 
Slater W A «S: Co, 100 w Main 

lEZotels. 

Hotel Claiborn, cor w Peabody and Corcoran. 
Hotel Driver, iii Chnrch 

IE3: "CLcl^is ter s . 

Terrell S H, col, city market 
Sherou W A, "' " 

Stornonis G, '' " 

Ice IDealers. 
Arnold Eonis, 106 w Main 
Sannders W T, 210 w Main 

Ice IFactcrsr. 
Durham Ice Factory, 310 Fuller 

Izis-u.ra-rLce -i^g-ents. 
Adams S E, 201 w Main, 2nd floor 
Griswold W J, 100 w Main, 2nd floor 
McCabe W H, 203 w Main, 2nd floor 
Mackay J J, 107 e Main 
MiCHiE J C, 208 Queen 

SouTHGATE, J & SON, 105 w Main, 2nd floor 
Surles W B, 201 w Main, 2nd floor 

CTiJiiil^ IDealer. 
Gattis J R, 201 e Main 

Ijand. Oo2mpa-33.ies. 

Durham Consolidated Eand Co, 201 w Main, 2nd floor. 
Mutual Eand Co, 128 w Main, 2nd floor 
N C & Newport News Eand Co, cor Mangnm and e 
Main, 2nd floor 

Reliable aitd Satisfactory I 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



j-p Tlie Great Passenger ami Freight 
**jj Line of the South, with unsurpass- 
ed FaciUties for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
fice. F'or information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

228 DIRECTORY— Commercial. 



Trinity Land Co, cor w Peabodv and Cig-arette 

Hall, Anno- Ding^ 205 e Main 

Carter Jno S, no Howerton Alley 
HardHn G M Jr, no Orange 
Sears A A, 232 w Main 

XjTJLnaToer. 

Cameron A & Co, near D & N depot 

Howell & Co, 104 w Main 

INIangnm Wm, 322 w Green 

Reams I M, 236 w Main 

Rigsbee T J, 104 w Green 

Wortham W H, cor e Pettigrew and Ramsey 

Durham Machine Shop, 216 \y Peabod>- 

Tomlinson S F, ag't, 212 w Peabody 

Rogers R I, 219 w Main 

Xvdiea-ts. 

HuTcHlNS, J W, City Market 
McClees T L, City Market 
Schwartz, J, City Market 

livdlercliant Ta,ilors. . 
Mesley J S, 122 e Main 

lvd:erclia.nd.ise Broilers. 
Gattis J R, 201 e Main 

TMOTipy with J. J. MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN O U IX Lj Association of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sovind beyond question. 



nPAKE THE PIEDMONT AlR-LIN£,PassingthronghtheCitig5 
I of A exandna. Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
.Keidsville, halisbury, Columbia and Augusta, to the South and South 
A\est. For mforniatioa, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Co^MMERCiAU ^ 



'Griswold W J, I02 w Main, 2nd Bo&r 
Ramsey N A, 107 e Main 
.Surles W B, 201 w Main 

I^v^illixLer3r„ 
Paucette Mrs A J & Co, 11 8 e Main 
Pollett Mrs C M V, 124 e Main 
Smith Mrs Ada M, 127 e Main 

:Durliani School of Music, 125 e Main, 2nd Hoof 

DuRH.\_M Daily Sun, 108 e Main 
Durham Globe, daily and weeklv, 129 e IMain 
Durham Recorder, 108 e Main 
Southern Educator, ioi w Main 

Opera Ho-use. 
Stokes Opera House, 122 to 126 w Main 

Fisher C I, 204 Jackson 
King C C 120 Hunt 
Rowe A M, North Durham 
Turner J E, 302 Morehead 

North Durham Pants Factory, iiS w IMain, Up stall's, 

Durham Paper Box Factory, 120 \v Main 

Z=li3rsic ia JIS. 
Battle. Dr L W, 120 Broadwav 
Cain Dr Jas F, 113 South 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ! 

BE SURE YOU SMOKE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



fP-,T.- iLi. 'B^'^J'vMMwi AJw T?w« To the Sbutii and vSoutb 
la^e im riean|Qn.l illJ-liinej West.Montgomery.Mobile,. 

New Orleans, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Tajdor, Atlanta, Ga. 

Z30 DIRECTORY — Commercial. 



Carr Dr A G, 408 e Main 
Jiohnson Dr N M, 120 South 
Manning Drjno M, 109 Jackson 
Moore Dr A M, col, no Fayetteville 
Roberts Dr J D, 232 Cleveland 
Smith Dr Julian A, 205 w Green 
Vickers Dr Thos S, 309 Raniseur 

:E=li.otog"ra,p lie rs - 

RocHELLE C W, 112 w Main 
Shelburn W, 105 e Main 

Pianos a2n.ca. Org^ans. 

Cheek Furniture Co, loi w Parrish 
Darnall & Thomas, 105 e Main 
Murray W R & Co, 103 w Main 

IPl-CLnriToizig-, Steaarn and. O-as :Pittiri.g-- 
HoLMAN S W, ag't Bargamin & Co, 121 e Main 
I=rinters, JBool^ and. Jolo. 

Educator Co, ioi w Main 
Whitaker Printing Co, 118 w Main 

I^estaTj-rants. 

Capps F P & H L, col, in w Parrish 

City Dining Hall, cor w Main and Corcoran 

Craig W M, col, 105 Mangum 

Overby Wm, col, no Mangum 

Ray Thos, col, 117 w Parrish 

Rencher R E, col, 114 Church 

Rowlett Elizabeth, col, 112 Mangimi 

Sears Frank, col, 107 Mangum 

Sasli, IDoor azid. Bliiiid. :F'actor3r. 

WoRTHAM W H, cor e Pettigrew and Ramse}- 
Mangum Wm, 326 w Green 

TlMQTl P TT ^^'^'^^ ■!• J" MACKAY, Agent Fidelity Mntual Life 
i IN O U iV Hi Association of Philadelphia. 

, The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound beyond question. . 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, Passing througli the Cities, 
of Raleigh, Durham, Goklsboro. Spartenburg, Greenville, Seneca, 
Gainsville and Athens, to the South and South West. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

DIRECTORY— Commercial, 231 



]\Iangum Wm, 318 w Green 
Rigsbee T J, 104 w Green 

Saloons. 

Barbee & Co, 106 Mangnm 
Branson J, 100 Mangnm 
Douglass AW 11 1 Mangnm 
Ellis, A J, 112 Church 
Oeer J H, col, me Peabody 
Herndon M C, 109 e Peabody 
Norwood Paul, 114 Mangnm 
Pleasants R C, 120 w Parrish 
Pool Robt, 117 w Parrish - 
Scoggins T H, loi Mangnm 

Scliools stnci Oolleg-es. 

Durham Female Institute, Mangnm cor Seminary 
Durham Graded School, (white) Dandy, btw Jackson 

and Carr 
Durham Graded School, (col.) Red Cross, cor Tatum's 

alley 
Durham Male Academy, Cleveland, cor e Green 
Methodist Female Seminary, Church, head of Liberty 
Trinity College, Trinity Park 

Se-VsT-ing- Is^acliirLe u^g-enats. 

Hamilton J W, ag't "Singer," 114 e w Main 
Murray J S, ag't "New Home," 114 w Main 
Murray W R & Co, ag'ts "Domestic," 103 w Main 

Slioemal^ers- 

Adams Thos, 200 e Main 
Campbell J P 202 w Main 
Carrol J O 104 w Main 
Dunston W M, 107 e Peabody 

GENUINE DURHAM" TOBACCO ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



fafee the fieJniQiit Ait-Line, f™:SS^to''"^^/^- 

and Riclimond, Va., to "Athens and Birmingham. For information , 
address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

232 ■ DIRECTORY— CoMMEjicJAi. 



High C C, Jacksan near Lea- 
Howard Geo W, 211 e Main 
Yates Thos^. col,, 415 w Main. 

Link I N, 201 \v J\iain, up stair.'^. 
Massey Rufus, 113 Church 
Michie J C, 113 South. 
Overby L W, 604 Manguni . 
Ramsey N A, 107 e Main 

Lloycl' A E & Co, 122 w Main 
Taylor C C, 115 e Main 
Womble J T, no e Main 

Teleg-rapli- 
Western Union Telegraph Co^ 11 1 Corcoran 

Teleplioiie. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co, in Corcoran, 2n.d floor 

Tinners. 

Lougee Geo E, 240 w Main 
TwLOR C C, 115 e Main 

ToToacco IDesilers. 

Bass H J & Co, 208 Morgan 

Biirton R C, 213 Foster 

Cooper W L & Co, 138 w Main 

Cooper & Rowland, 112 McMannen 

Duke B L, cor w Main and Corcoran, 2n floor 

GooDSON T C, 113 Pine 

Green & MorEhead, 211 Morris 

Israel W R, no Morgan 

Jones (tCO R & Co, 601 Manguni 

J[ M A Pl^ A V represents the FideIvITv MuTuai, Lifk 
. J. iVlAUlYA I As.sociaTion of Philadelphia. 
Before In.suring your life do not fail to see J, J. MACK AY. 

He can save you money. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, passing through the Cities 
of Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, 
Reidsville, vSalisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and vSouth 
West. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



DIRECTORY— Commercial. 



Kramer A, 122 and 124 McMannen 
Lea N P, 309 Fuller 
LOCKHART J S, 212 w Main 
Lyon R E, 100 Church 
Martin T H, no Morris 
OSBORN W H Co, 206 Morris 
Peay T L, 301 e Peabody 
PiNNix J T & Co, no Watkins 
Reams C F, 335 w Green 
Reams HA, 252 w Peabody 
Reams I M, 115 Ramseur 
Smith J W & Co, 308 w Main 
Smoot a H & Co, 200 Watkins 
Stokes A H & Co, 114 w Parrish 
Swift J W, 108 Roney 
Tatum J W, 105 Tatum Alley 
Umstead A K, 301 Holloway 
Umstead J N, 301 Holloway 
Walker J B, in Pine 
Watkins J L, 115 Roney 

Toloacco ^actories- 
Blackwell Durham Co-operative Tob Co, cor w Petti - 

grew and Blackwell 
Duke Sons W & Co, cor Cigarette and w Peabody 
Fanners Alliance Plug Factory, 415 w Green 
Faucette Durham Tob Co, 208 Poplar 
Lyon Z I & Co, 122 e Pettigrew 
Morris R F & Sons M'fg Co, 212 w Peabody 
Swift & Brown, 108 Roney, 
Whitted J Y Tob Works, 206 e Pettigrew 

T'o'bacco ■Vs7'arel:LOiises. 
Banner Warehouse, 214 w Main 
Farmers' Alliance Warehouse, 400 w Main 
Parrlsh Warehouse, 300 Mangum 
Reams W arehouse, 200 w Main. - 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ;:;:r°";2™;; 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the market, 
hence dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST," 

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ed Facilities for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Ser- 
vice. For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

234 DIRECTORY— Commercial. 

XJud-ertsilsrers. 

Cheek Furniture Co, loi w Parrish 

Durham Fur M'fg Co, 107 and 109 Corcoran 

Howerton R T & Bro, 408 Mangnm 

'Va.riet3r Store. 

Rawls Q E, 119 e Main 

TTsT'atclinn.a.lsiers smcL cre-^XT-elers. 

Jones M H, me Main 
PosTLEY, C T, 125 e Main 
Whituey R D, 203 e Main 



TO ALL ADVERTISERS. 

The Durham Ahnanac will contain the names and 
postoffice address of 5000 of the most substantial citi- 
zens of this and all adjoining counties, and a copy will 
be mailed to each on^ fi^ee. 

It will be issued in September, and will be by all odds, 
the best advertising medium ever offered in Durham. 

The Almanac will be complete and reliable, as good 
as the best. 

Advertisers can order as many additional copies as 
they may wish, with their ads. on the outside back, at 
satisfactory rates. 

Write for space at once, please, and oblige. 
Yours truly, 

N. A. RAMSEY, Publisher, 

No. 107 East Main Street, 

DURHAM, N. C. 



TMQTTDT? ^^'^*^^^ J- J- mack ay, Agent Fidelity Mutual Life 
1 IN kJ U Ix Ej AssociaHon of Philadelphia. 

The Plans of the Fidelity Mut. Life Asso'n, of Philadelphia, are ac- 
knowledged by all first-class actuaries to be sound be3-ond question. 



CHURCH STATISTICS. 

DURHAM COUNTY. 

NUMBER OF CHURCHES WHITE. 

Methodist, lo 

Missionary Baptist, . . . . ' ii 

Primitive Baptist, 5 

Presbyterian, i 

Episcopal, I 

Christian, i 

29 
Note. — I regret not being able to get any reliable 
statistics for the colored churches. — Pub. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

DURHAM COUNTY. 

Number of Schools, 65 

Officers and Teachers, 568 

Scholars, 4,708 



Total membership, 5,276 

Average number of square miles to each school, 5.8-13 
Average number of population to each school, 277 



PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS. 
W G ViCKERS, Supt Public Instruction. 

COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

D C Gunter, chairman R B Blalock 

James E Lyon 

GRADED SCHOOL BOARD 

W A Guthrie, chairman, W E Foster, L D Heartt, S 
F Tomlinson, C C Taylor, W H Rogers. 



236 DIRECTORY.— Statistics, &c. 

NUMBER OF CHILDREN BETWEEN 6 AND 21 IN DURHAM 

COUNTY. 

White . . . 3,761 

Colored 2,490 

Total 6,251 

SCHOOU FUND 
Apportioned 4tli Jan., 1892, $12,926.00, or $2.00 per 
capita. Weak districts are allowed $105.00 for any 
nnniber of children fallino- under 53. 

NUMBER SCHOOL DISTRICTS. 

White 36 

Colored 25 

Total 61 

NUMBER SCHOOL HOUSES IN THE COUNTY. 

White * 32 

Colored . 24 

Total 56 

NUMBER SCHOOLS TAUGHT DURING THE SCHOOL 
YP:AR OF 1891. 

White 29 

Colored 24 

Total .53 

ayerage length of school term. 

Whites 17 2-3 weeks 

Colored 18 7-12 " 

average TEACHERS' PAY. 

White f ^^^^^ $30.17 per month 

1^ Female 27.25 " " 

,, , . ( Male 24.28 " 

Colored - ta 1 an. 

\ Female 24. 17 " " 

PUPILS ENROLLED. 

White / ^^""^^^ ^^95 

1 Females 876 



Total 1771 



DIRECTORY.— Statistics, &c. 237 



Average attendance 113° 

^ , ■, i Males 5'"^^ 

Loiored - -^ , _ 

( Females / 10 

Total 1 291 

Average attendance 77*^ 

NUMBER OF PUPILS STUDYING DIFFERENT BRANCHP:S. 

Arithmetic 997 

Geography 49^ 

Knglish Grammar 801 

History of N. C 418 

History of U. S 35i 

Physiology 192 

VALUE OF PUBLIC SCHOOL PROPERTY. 

White $ 4>8io 

Colored 4> H5 

(traded School for whites 35iOOO 

Total $43)955-50 

Graded School for the colored is tanght in a good 
bride structure, which is rented propert>-. 



DURHAM COUNTY MAGISTRATES. 

Cfdar Fork Toccns/n'p—Kngh Green, J R Page, Jos 
Green, C Barbee and W A Jenkins. 

Diirham Township — D C Gunter, J A MclMannen, R 
B Blalock, D L Belvin, Wm Lipscomb, M A Angler, 
W H Wilkins and W T Neal. 

Lebanon Tozvnship — Thos Lipscomb, W S Terry, 
Jas V Cain, Jr, A G Cox and J G Latta. 

Mangum Toivnship — A J Roberts, Marcus Tilley, P 
A Flintqm, G C Hampton and W D Turrentine. 

Oak Grove Tozvnship— ]\\o T Nichols, W G Page, 
Duane Carpenter and Jas D Fletcher. 

Patterson sToivnship — G A Barbee, Paul A Brown, G 
M Green, Algernon Daniel and J W Cameron. 



238 DIRECTORY.— Statistics, &c. 



POST OFFICES— DURHAM COUNTY. 

Bahama, Dayton, Durham, East Durham. Fish Dam, 
Flat River, Galveston, Gonnan, Euster, Lydover, Mc- 
Cown, Nelson, Red Mountain, Rougemont, South Low- 
ell, Stagsville, Umbra, Willardsville. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— DURHAM COUNTY. 

Busbee W M, Halliburton W S, Heartt E A, McGa- 
ry Charles, Murray E C, Ramsey N A, Thomas C C, 
Southgate James, and Whitted W W. 



APOLOGETIC. 

Great delay, beyond my control, has been had in the 
publishing of this Director}^'. 

I confidently hoped to have had it out by the ist of 
March, ult., but so it is, and I kindly ask my advertis- 
ing friends to make due allowances. 

I had prepared about 3500 names with postoffice ad- 
dress of substantial farmers and others, in this and ad- 
joining counties, for publication, but am afraid to risk 
them in the hands of the printers, as the Directory might 
be out of date when finished. 

The 3500 names with 1500 added, will appear in a 
still better advertising medium, "The Durham Alma- 
nac," which will be published in September, prox. , and 
a copy will be mailed, free to each of them. 

Write for space in time. It will pay you. 
Very truly, your obedient servant, 

N. A. RAMSEY, Publisher, 

No. 107 East M^in Street, 

DURHAM, N. C. 



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There are over 200 orphans now being- cared for, not 
2)/. per cent, of which number arc the cliildren of Masons. 




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Rail Road and Street Car Lines. Recognizance and 

Preliminary Surveys made at short notice. 



SAM'L. KBAUER &, CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SMOKE OUR LEADING BRANDS: 

PHILOPENA, PUG, URN, 

POM POU, CHOICE GEMS, LA AMADORA. 

All made from the best selected leaf and cannot be excelled. 
KRAMER BUILDING, No. 109 East Main Street. 2nd Floor, 

oDXji^xai^^iM:, nsr. o. 

ESTABLISHED 1811. 



y. % ^ISENBRaNDT gONS, 

IMPORTERS AfiO MANUFACTURERS OF 

MUSICAL I/NSTKUMEMTS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
Guitars, Banjos, Band and Orchestra Instruments a Specialty. 

cTVo. 424 E. Baltimore St. E-^LTIJS^OI^EJ, 

DURHAM SUPPLY CO., ~ 

Wholesale and, Retail Dealers in 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 



We offer to the trade a full line of every article kept in a 
lirst-class Store. 

O-ar Ivdiotto is "SEIjILi ipoxa C^^3Za:„" 
W? know from experience and observation that busine' s run 

upon a Cash basis is beneficial both to buyer and seller. 
You are invited to inspect our stock. 

Very truly, your friends 

DURHAM SUPPLY CO., 

DURHAM, N.-C. 

No. 126 West Main Street,