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Full text of "Turner & Co.'s Durham directory for the years 1889 and 1890"

OUK MOTTO -LIBERALITY, JUSTICE, SECURITY. 

SS'Kvky^ Ckll OT^ oi' Wi'ite to XJ4 Before i^.-udr,^ M^ewl^ei'e.' 

Youri) Truly, 



-CORNl'-i MAIN AN1> AiA.NGnM STREEV3,— 



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1839-00. 



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FIRST-CLASS HOTEL IN ALL RESPECTS 

With all Modeia Coliveuionces. Location Most Desirable 
^he City. Best Accomodations, Tolite atte. tion, 
and First-Class Tables.* 

ELEGANT SAMFlE ROOMS FOR 7 RAVELING SALESMEN. 

THE PATROITAGB OF THE TRAVELING PUBLIC SOLICITED. 



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THE LIBRARY 





The University 

OF 

North Carolina 



DuKH.sM, ^\ C, Dec. 30th, 1887. 
Ha\ ro>'CEK\ : 
Whitaker <liJ our Job Printing for quite awhile, givin.ir us the 
piiction. The oliaraott'r of hi< \V(irk was first-c^lass, and we pro- 
Whitakev a very fine jiraotical printer, in fact master of his 
,A(,KWKi,i/s Di-uHAM Co-Opekative Tou. Co., J. S. Cmir, Pres. 



DiiiufAM, N. C, Dec. 10th. 1S87. 
.Whitaker, — Dear Sir : — Replying to your favor of the 9lh, 
,te that for several years you did Job Printing, as well as label 
and that the same was always satisfactory. Asa jiractical Job 
u)nsider you an expert and tliorougldy conversant vvitii the 
Yours truly, W. Dvke Soxs & Co.. 

Gt'eo. W. Watts, 8ec. and Treas. 



DiTKHAM, N. C, Dec. 17th, 1887. 

To AI-I- WHOM IT MAY COXCKRX : 

This is to certify that I have known Mr. D. W. Whitaker for several 
years, and that he has done a large amount of work for me, always giving 
satisfaction. 1 regard him as one of the best Job Printers in the State. 

Very respectfully, E. J. Pakrish. 



J R PKOCTOK, Pres. W.T. REDMOND, Sec. E. W. KENNEDY, Teas. 

DBiiii nmmi m a 

WHOLE.SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

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And Kitchen Furniture, 



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A SPECIALTY. 





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Comer 3IaiQ and Cliurcli Streets, Durham, N. C. 



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Library building. 



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Bibles, Pulpit, Family and Pocket 

Cyclopedias, Commentaries, Dictionaries and 

Standard Makes Generally. 

of the Firm, is Agent^ of Colportage and Sun- 
day Schools for the North Carolina Con- 
ference. Also Depositary for Ameri- 
can Bible Society. 

ALWAYS BUY THE BEST. 



MARKET HOUSE, DURHAM, N. C. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

-:-FKESH MEATS!-:- 

Supplies the Market with the Very Best. 



PATEONAGE 

SOLICITED, 

AND 




THE WEST SHORE RAILROAD 

Is one of the most popular routes for business and pleasure travel leading to and 
from New York city, as well as bein^ the most substantially bnilt and elegantly 
equipped double track line through central New York S^-ate. This superbly 
built railroad has been justly named the "Picturesque Route," traversing as it 
does tlie west shore of the liistoric and world-famed Hudson River, skirting the 
foot-hills of the Catskill iMountaius, famous in Washington Irving's "Rip Van 
Winkle," and passing through the beautiful Mohawk Valley. By this route 
three express trains are run daily, in a^nigdirection, between New York, Albany, 
Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, 
St. Louis, and the West. Palace sleeping-cars are attached to these trains, and 
run through without change between the points named. Sleeping-cars, New 
York to Toronto without change, are run exclusively by the West Shore. The 
West Shore, in connection witli the Fitchburg Railroad, is also the shortest line 
between Boston and Chicago. It is the only all-rail line to the Catskill Moun- 
tains, and the only line by which drawing-room cars are run througii to tlie 
heart of the Catskills. During the season of Summer travel fast (!'atskill Moun 
tail) express trains are scheduled. Attached to these trains are drawing-room 
cars, which run through without change between Philadelphia, Jersey ("ity. 
New York, and Catskill Mountains. Saratoga limited express trains are also 
run by the West Shore during the summer season, and, have drawing-room cars 
attached which run through without change between Washington, Baltimore, 
Philadelphia, Lons Branch, Jersey City, New York, and Saratoga. Buffet 
smoking-cars, with revolving chairs, are a special feature of the splendid service 
on the West Shore. Drawing-room cars also run between Saratoga and Niagara 
Falls. The West Sliore also runs special trains between New York and New 
Paltz during the summer season for the accommodation of travel to and from 
Lake Mohonk, Minnewaska, Shawangunk, and all points in the Wallkill Valley. 
Tlie i;onuection in Jersey City station with the Pennsylvania Railroad will be 
appreciated by travelers to and from the South and the resorts of central New 
York State, as the long transfer through New York is thereby avoided. Passen- 
gers and baggage from Brooklyn are taken direct from the foot of Fulton Street 
by Annex boat to Jersey City stations. Tickets via West Shore can be purchased 
at ticket-offices of all connecting lines, and they are sold and baggage checked 
through to destination from all stations of the West Shore Railroad. 

C. E. LAMBERT, Qen. Pass. Agent, 

5 VAXDEHIJIIjT AVF.Nl E, NEW YORK. 



TURNER & CO.'S 



■FOR THE YEARS 



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General Directory of the Citizens of the City of Durham^ N. C, with 

the White and Colored Population Separated in Different 

Parts of the Book, First the White Fol- 

loived by the Colored, to 



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APPENDIX OF USEFUL INFORMATION 
ALSO A FARMERS LIST. 



E. F.TURNER &CO., Publishers. 

DANVILLE, Va., 



217 Elam. Street, "Z'oiilsiers, 2^Te^77■ "^"crls:. 



This Directory will be Issued Annually, or as the demand requires. 

SUPPORT NO OTHER FOR WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE 

YOU A RELIABLE AND CORRECT WORK. 



•^TrirtTSXOiT, liT. C. : 

Printed at Stewarts' Job Office. 
1889. 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1889, by E. F. Turner, in 
the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. All rights 
reserved. 





(PARlllSII BUILDING, MANCiUM STIJEET.) 



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CAPITAL STOCK. - - $100,000. 

STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY, $100,000. 



DEPOSITOPwS' SECURITY, 



$200,000. 



BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS FOB DEPOSITS FROM 

BANKS, CORPORATIONS, BUSINESS HOUSES 

AND INDIVIDUALS. 

-: 01? facilities for Making Colkctlong ^- 

ON ALL POINTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. 

,,^1.11 TeefULrns -^^y^ill Toe iLviCad-e 2=rc2:nptl3r. 



riilXCIPAL COKrvESPO:NDENTS : 

National bank republic. New York City, N. Y. 
NATIONAL PARK BANK, New York City, N. Y. 

MANUKACTURP:R8' national bank, Pliiladolphia, Pa. 
MERCHANTS" BaNK, Danville, \n. 

NATIONAL UNION BANK OF MARYLAND, Baltimore, Mil. 
STATE Bank of VIRGINIA, Richmond, Va. 
NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK, Norfolk, Va. 

NATIONAL BANK OF RALEIGH, Raleigh, N. C. 

COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK, Charlotte, N. C 



Our Discount Rate is 8 Per Cent, to Everybody. 

I'ersons Depositing Money and receiving Certiiicates of De- 
posit therefor running G or 12 nionnlis will receive 
interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent. 



J. S. CAKU, President. 
W.W. EULLEli, Vice-Pr't 



L. D. IIEAIITT. Cashier 
C. A. flOKDAN, Teller. 



J. S. CARR, 

\V. W. FULLEK 



E. J. PARRLSII, I J. W. WALKER, i A. 11. STOKES, 
T. D. JUNES, I J. T. MALLOKY, | J AS. A. ERYAX. 








A^BOOKS, "^ 



1 PEMLSTIEET • MMYIlR* 

b^'DCOPY (PHOTOr,H*«>H,6K.ErcH OR PRJNT) POH ESTIMATE. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



WHEHS TO GO WHEN YOU WANT TO BTTT. 



The following is a list of enterprising merchants who are 
recorniuended hy tlie publishers of this work, and who recog- 
nize Directory Advertising as judicious and beneficial. 



PA(iF:. 

Andrews SheUy, Grocer 32 

IJlaclvwell's Durham Ci)-operative 

Tol)acoo Works 8 

Boone R. B., Lawvor 3H 

Cook S. T., Rostaurant 113 

Cooper W. L., I^earTobacco 41 

Daily Tobacco Plant centre lines 

Dowclee R. P., Ilarncps Mf^ -ti 

Durham Furniture Mfg Co., Inside 

front cover 

Durham Daily Sun 46 

Durham Ricordi'r The 51 

Durham Saisb, Door and Blind Mfg 

Co., centre lines 

Kdwards & .left'reys, Slioemakers 114 

Kxum W. J., Lawyer 49 

Faison & Taylor, I^eaf Tobacco 50 

F'arthinjr C. G., Grocer, back cover 

First National Bank 6 

<iattis J. R. & Co., Com. M'^rchants... 51 
Gattis T. J. & Sou Booksellers and 

Stationers 4 

Goodson T. C, I,eaf Tobacco 52 

Greer Jf)hn, Plumber, etc., 53 

Hibberd R, Florist 

HtH>n <t Co .'>5 

Holloway J. A., Wagon Maker 57 

Hollowav W. II., Blacksmith 58 

Hudson River R.R 16 

Hiitchins .1. W., Meats 4 

.lohnson N. M. &Co., Druggists, back 

cover 

.Tones & lA'on. Dry Goods, etc 59 

.Tones M. H., Jeweler 60 

Kaufman S<i], Fish and Oysters, fil 

Korr.T. T., Machine Shop 30 

Kirkmaii M. 1j., Driver Hcjuse 62 

I-ockhart J. S., Warehouse 64 

Lynch Dr. William, Dentist, back 

cover 

Ijyon R. v., l.^af Tobacco 65 

iiarigum William, Sash, Doors and 

Blinds 68 

]\Iannitigtt Man ninar, Lawyers 69 

Markham John L, Gcnl Mds 70 

Marsh Mi=s L. A., Dress Maker 71 

Martin & Thompson, [^eaf Tobacco. ..142 
McC^ihp W. H., Insurance, ...back cover 

McVV'illiams P, Harness Maker 67 

Moss Engraving Co 7 



P.iGK. 

Murray W. R., Sewing Machines 72 

Ne'v York find Northern R. R 12 

N. Y., Ontario and Western R.R.. 9 

Osborn W. H., Leaf Tobacco, and 

Wagons, Horses, etc 7;> 

Parrish E. .1., Tobacco Manufacturer 

and Warehouse 75 

Parrish W. L., Leaf Tobacco 74 

Perry S. R., Groceries 76 

Piedniont Air Line, top lines and 15 

Pinnix J. '1. * Co.. Iicaf Tobacco 77 

I'rsctor W. H., Grocer S] 

Pugh R. W., Carpenter and Builder. 78 

Putnam House, N. Y 98 

Robertson, Lloyd & Co., Hardware... 79 

Kochello, C. W., Photographer 82 

Rowland & Cooper, Leaf Tobacco 80 

Schwartz. I., Meats 88 

Seeman H. it Son, Wagon Mfr 84 

Seoman II. E., Printer 85 

Shelburn W., Photographer 86 

Shenandoah Valley R. R 10 

Sites A. B., Hotel Claiborn.. ..front cover 

Smith J. W. & Co., Leaf Tobacco 87 

Smith T. B., Baker 88 

Southgate & Son, Insurance, frontcover 

Spach J. C, Wagons 3 

Stephens W. H., Carpenter 89 

Stewart M. I. & J. C, Job Printers, 

opposite 32 

Stokes A. H., Leaf Tobacco 90 

strause & Raab. Leaf Tobacco 2 

Taylor C. C, Tin and Sheet Iron 

Worker 91 

Turner & Co., Directory Publishers... 11 

Walker J. B., Leaf Tobacco 92 

Walker W. L. & On., Leaf Tobacco.... 93 

West Shore Railroad, opp. title page 

Whitaker D. W., Job Printer 2 

Whitaker E. A., Grocer 94 

Whitaker J. B. & Co., Stationery, 

centre lines 

Whitehurst R. F., Druggist 3 

Whitted J. Y., Tobacco Mfr 95 and 98 

Wilkins J. T. & Co., Grocers 96 

Williams W. H. A., Upholsterer 128 

Wright & Bingham, Groceries 129 

Wyatt Bros., Grocers 143 

Younger C. G., Painter 97 

Younger J. C, Meats 97 



JULIAN S. CARR, 

President. 

S. H. AUSTIN, Jr., Sec. 



M. E. McDowell, 

Vice President. 

J. A. McDowell, treas. 




Philadelphia Office, 1418 Chestnut St. New York Office, 
102 Chambers St. Chicago Office, 8 Wabash Avenue. 
St. Louis Office, 416 N. 2d St. San Francisco Of- 
fice, 228 Front St. Atlanta Office, 9 W. Ala- 
bama St. New Orleans Office, 476 Con- 
stance St. London, England Office, 
52 Farringdon Street. 



fjew York, Ontario Qiid Western Railway. 




The Best and Most Picturesque Route from New York to Cornwall, Middle- 
town, Ellenville, Liberty, Norwich, Delhi, Sidney, Oneida, Oswego, 
Suspension Bridg-e, Detroit, Chieag-o, 

Ar.d all inintsWest. Pullman Slce^Mii.e; Cars on Night Trains, and Pullman Drawing 
lIiMjui ('i.rs on Day Trains. Hard ('oal En^';ines used exclusivley on Passenger Trains. 

Depots and Ferries in NEW YORK— At the Foot of JAY ST. & WEST 42d ST. 
J. E. GUILDS, Gen'l Manager. J. C. ANDERSON, Gen. Pas. Agt. 



m OLD RELIABLE^ 

Stienandooti VallBy R. R. 



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Mkp of Dri^urpHg^edLoVBlinEg?, Magnificent ^cenerg, etc 



THE ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE 



-TO THE- 



WONDERFUL* CAVERNS* OF* LUR/\Y 



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flNATURAL ^ BRIDGE!* 




NORTH, SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. 

Eleg-ant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers on All Trains Between 

NEW YORK AND CHATTANOOGA. 

O. HOWARD ROVER, Gen. Pass, and Freight Atj^ent, 




GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Governor — D. G. FOWLE — salary $3,000. 
Lieutenant-Governor — T. M. Holt. 

Secretary of State — Wm. L. Saunders — salary $2,000. 
Auditor— G. W. Sanderlin— salary $1,500. 
Treasurer — DONALD W. Bain — salary $3,000. 
Supt. Pub. Instr'n — SIDNEY M. FiNGER — salary $1,500. 
Attorney-General — Theo. F. DAVIDSON — salary $2,000. 
Adjutant-General — JAS. D. Glenn — salary $600. 
State Geologist — W. C. Kerr. 

Com. of Ag'ure — MONTFORD McGehee — salary $2,000. 
State Librarian — J. C. BiRDSONG — salary $750. 
SUPREME COURT. 

Wm. N. H. Smith, of Raleigh, Chief Justice; Joseph J. 
Davis, of Franklin, A. S. Merrimon, A. C. Avery and 
J. E. Shepherd, of Raleigh, Associate Justices; T. F. 
Davidson, of Buncombe, Reporter; T. S. Kenan, of Ral- 
eigh, Clerk; Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, Marshal. 

The Supreme Court meets in Raleigh on the first 
Mondays in February and October of each year, and its 
sessions continue until business is disposed of. 

CRIMINAL COURT. 

This court is composed of the counties of Mecklen- 
burg and New Hanover, Oliver P. Meares, Judge; B. R. 
Moore, solicitor, and John W. Dunham, clerk, for New 
Hanover; G. E. Wilson, solicitor, and T. R. Robertson, 
clerk, for Mecklenburg. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

The State is divided into twelve Judicial Districts, and 
for each a Judge and Solicitor are elected by the voters 
of the State at large, who are required by the constitu- 
tion to reside in their respective districts. 

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Boykin. P"all, Judge Gilmer. 
Beaufort — February ii, May 27, November 25. Curri-* 



12 APPENDIX. 



tuck — March 4, September 2. Camden — March 11, Sep- 
tember 9. Pasquotank — March 18, June 10, September 
16. Perquimans — March 25, September 23. Chowan — 
April I, September 30. Gates— April 8, October 6. 
Hertford— April 15, June 17, October 14. Washington- 
April 22, October 21. Tyrrel— April 29, October 28. 
Dare— May 6, November 4. Hyde— May 13, November 
II. Pamlico — May 20, November 18. 

Solicitor — John H. Blount, of Perquimans. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge McRae. Fall, Judge Boykin. 
Halifax— January 7, March 4, May 13, November ii. 
Northampton— January 21, April i, Sep. 30. Warren- 
March 18, September 16. Edgecombe — April 15, Oc- 
tober 14. Bertie — February 4, April 29. October 28. 
Craven — February ii. May 27, November 25. 
Solicitor— Geo. H. White, (colored) of Halifax. 

.THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Armfield. Fall, Judge McRae. 
Pitt — January 7, March 18, June 10, September 16. 
Wilson — February 4, June 3, October 28. Vance — Feb- 
ruary 18, May 20, October 14. Martin — March 4, Sep- 
tember 2, December 2. Greene — April i, September 30. 
Nash — April 29, November 18. Franklin — January 21, 
April 15, November ii. 

Solicitor — D. Worthington, of Martin. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Graves. Fall, Judge Armfield. 
Wake— January 7, February 25, March 25, April 22, 
July 8, August 26, September 23, October 21. Wayne — 
January 21, March ii, April 15. July 22, September 19, 
October 14. Harnett — February 4, August 5, Novem- 
ber 25. Johnston— February 11, Augusts, November 
1 1. 

Solicitor— T. M. Argo, of Wake. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Bynum. Fall, Judge Graves. 

Durham — January 14, March 25, June 3, October 14. 
Granville— January 28, April 22, September 9, November 
25. Chatham— February ii. May 6, Sept. 30. Guilford 
— February 18, May 27, August 26, December 9. Ala- 
mance — March 4, May 20, September 23. Orange- 
March 18, August 5, November 4. Caswell — April 8, 
August 12, November 11. Person — April 15, August 19, 
November 18. 

Solicitor — Isaac R. Strayhorn, of Durham. 



APPENDIX. 13 



SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Shipp. Fall, Judge Bynum. 

New Hanover — January 21, April 15, September 23. 
Lenoir — February 4, August 19, November 11. Duplin 
— February 11, September 2, November 25. Sampson — ■ 
February 25, April 29, October 7, December 9. Pender 
— ^January 14, May 6, September 9. Carteret — March 18, 
October 21. Jones — March 25, October 28. Onslow — 
April I, November 4. 

Solicitor — O. H. Allen, of Duplin. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Merrimon. Fall, Judge Shipp. 

Anson — January 7, April 29, September 2, November 
25. Cumberland — January 21, May 6, July 22, Novem- 
ber II. Columbus — January 14, April i, July 29. Robe- 
son — January 28, May 20, August 19, September 30. 
Richmond — February 11, June 3, September 16, Decem- 
ber 2. Bladen — March 18, October 14. Brunswick — 
Aprils, September 9. Moore — April 15, August 12, 
October 21. 

Solicitor — Frank McNeill, of Richmond. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Shepherd. Fall, Judge Merrimon. 
Iredell — ^February 4, May 20, August 5, November 4. 
Rowan — February 18, May 6, August 19, November 18. 
Davidson — -March 4, June 3, September 2, December 2. 
Randolph — March 18, September 16. Montgomery — 
April I, September 30. Stanley — April 8, October 14. 
Cabarrus — January 28, April 29, October 28. 
Solicitor — B. F. Long, of Iredell. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Phillips. Fall, Judge Shepherd. 
Rockingham — January 21, July 22, November 4. For- 
syth — February 4, May 20, October 21. Yadkin — Feb- 
^ruary 18, September 23. Wilkes — March 4, April 29, 
September 9. Alleghany — March 18, September 2. Da- 
vie — April I, October 7. Stokes — April 15, August 5, 
November Ii. Surry — April 22, August 19, November 
18. 

Solicitor — Thos. Settle, Jr., of Rockingham. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Connor. Fail, Judge Phillips. 

Henderson — February 11, July 15. Burke — March 4, 

August 5. Caldwell — March 18, September 2. Ashe — 

March 25, May 27, August 19. Watauga — -April 8, June 

3, August 26. Mitchell — -April 15, September 9. Yan- 



14 APPENDIX. 



cey— April 29, September 23. McDowell — May 13, Oc- 
ter 7. 

Solicitor — W. H. Bower, of Caldwell. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Clark. Fall, Judge Connor. 
Union — February 4. September 16. Mecklenburg — 
February 25, August 26. Gaston — March 18, October 7, 
Lincoln — April i, September 30. Cleveland — April 8, 
August 5, October 21. Rutherford — April 22, October 
28. Polk — May 6, November 1 1. Catawba — January 14, 
July 15. Alexander — January 28, July 29. 
Solicitor — Frank I. Osborne, of Mecklenburg. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Gilmer. Fall, Judge Clark. 

Buncombe — ^March 11, June 17, August 12, December 
2, Madison — February 25, July 29, November 16. Tran- 
sylvania — April I, September 2. Haywood — April 8, 
September 9. Jackson — April 22, September 23. Ma- 
con — May 6, September 30. Clay — -May 23, October 7. 
Cherokee — May 20, October 14. Graham — June 3, Oc- 
tober 28. Swain — June 10, November 4. 

Solicitor — James M. Moody, of Buncombe. 

PUBLiIC WORKS AND INSTITUTIONS IN NORTH CAROtilNA. 

University of North Carolina, situated at Chapel Hill, 
Orange county, 28 miles W. N. W. from Raleigh. Re- 
opened September 5th, 1875. 

Officers of the Univeisity^ — Hon. Kemp P. Battle, 
President; W. T. Patterson Secretary. 

The North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 
and Blind — Locatedat Raleigh. W.J. Young, Principal; 
J. B. Grimes, Steward; Dr. R. B. Haywood, Physician; 
L. E. Heartt, Treasurer. 

Insane Asylum of North Carolina — Situated in the vi- 
cinity of Raleigh, Will accommodate 250 patients. Dr. 
Eugene Grissom, Superintendent; Dr. F. T. Fuller, As- 
sistant Physician. 

State Penitentiary — Officers — W. J. Hicks, Architect 
and Warden; D. C. Murray, Steward; Dr. J. W. McGhee, 
Physician. 

Western North Carolina Insane Asylum, Morganton, 
Dr. P. L. Murphy, Superintendent; Drs. W. E. Ivey, J. 
M. Taylor, Assistants. Directors — J. W. Wilson, I. I. 
Davis, E. A. Perkins, F. T. Fuller, J. P. Sawyer, J. G. 
Hall, J. C. Harper, Jos. P. Caldwell, Dr. F. T. Fuller. 

U. S. Assay Office — Charlotte. R. P. Waring, As- 
sayor, Melter and Refiner. 






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The Short and Direct Line 

Washington, 'Q. (J. 



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i^iehmond, Va. 
TO ATLANTA AND BIRMINGHAM, 

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SENECA, GAINS VILLE, AND ATHENS. 

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Uusurpassed Facilities for Prompt and Satisfactory- 
Passenger and Freight Service. 

Inquiries for Information should be addressed to 

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

Traffic Manager, Gen. Freight Agent, Gen. Passenger Agt., 

Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. Washington, D- C. 



THE GREAT FOUR TRACK ROUTE. 

N. Y. Central & Hudson River R. R. 

THE MEW YESTIBU^ED LIMITED. 




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and St. Lonis, over tlie great Four-Track 
New York Central AND Hudson River 
Railroad, and the Lake Shore Rail- 
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THE NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE 
Is over the New Y'ork Central and Hud- 
son RivtT llaih'oad. ni ( oiiiiectiou with 
the Miehi^-'an Central Railroad, crossing 
Niagara River on the celebrated Canti- 
lever Bridge witiiin a few hundred yards 
of the Falls. All trains stnp ten minutes 
at Falls View Station at the ver>;e of the 
great cataract and in full vicn' of the 
rapids just above the Falls. 

All Trains arrive at and de^^nrt from 
the Grand'Central Station, on 42d Street, 
New York ; the largest and tinest ]!ailway Station in America. 

MAGNIFICENT NE\¥ WAGNER SLEEPI:NG CAIJS 

Run regularly to and fr<im New Y'ork and Boston and make direct connection to and from 

BUFFALO, 

NIAGARA FALLS, 
TORONTO, 
DETROIT, 
CLEVELAND, 
CINCIXXATI, 
INDLVNAPOLIS, 

ST. Lons, 

CHICA(;0, 
ST. PAUL, 
MANITOBA, 
PORTLAND. 

K.\NSAS CITY', 
TEX.\S, 
DENVER, 

SALT LAKE. 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
And All Points in the (Jreat West. 
Two of the Four Tracks are 
devoted e.KCiusively to Fas.sengir 
Trains. Tiiis, in connection with 
the easy grades, light curves and 
superior construction, makes the 
New York Central and Hudson 
River Railroad 

The SAFEST, QUICKEST, an(. 
Most Comfortable Route 

METWEEN 

NEW YORK or BOSTON 

AND 

THE ^TVEST. 



For time Tables or Infor- 
mation call on tlie nearest 
'J'icket Agents of the New 
York Central and Huilson 
River Railroad, or address 




HKillLANDS OF JII'DSON RIVER. 

M. C. ROACH, Gen'l Eastern Pass. Agent, 413 Broadway, N. Y 
F. J. WOLFE, General Agent, Albany, N. Y. 

E. J. IIICH.YKD.S, Assi.sCiint Goiioial l\issv'n;4vi' A,';i«J»J. 



DURHAM, N. C. 



Dui'luiin, the capital of the count}- of the name name, is a city 
on the line of the North Carolina Division of the Richmond and 
Danvii'e Railroad, twenty-six miles west of Raleigh, the State's 
capital, and fifty-tive miles east of Greensboro, the junction of this 
<livision with the Piedmont Air-Line and the Cape Fear and Yad- 
kin Valley Railroad. 

Durham invites Capitalists to investigate its growth, resources 
and opportunities. 

Durham is a city of the New South, an integral part of the 
United States of America, and as such her motto is "one country, 
one flag, one destiny." 

Durham is the centre of the "Golden Belt," the region producing 
the finest tobacco in the world. 

Durham expoi'ts her bright leaf tobacco to all the principal 
marts of Europe, and her smoking tobacco and cigai'ettes to every 
nation under the sun. 

DISTANCES TO OTHER BUSINESS CENTRES. 

To Atlanta, Ga 415 miles. 

" Birmingham, Ala 582 " 

" New Orleans, La 750 " 

" Galveston, Texas 1,017 " 

" Lynchburg, Va 1.00 " 

" Richmond, Va 244 " 

" Washington, D. C 355 " 

" Philadelphia, Pa 495 " 

" New York, N. Y 585 " 

" Boston, Mass 817 " 

" Knoxvillp, Tenn 378 " 

" Louisville, Ky 625 " 

" Cincinnati, Ohio 750 " 

" Chicago, 111 1,000 " 

" St. Louis, Mo 1,129 " 

" Omaha,Neb 1,625 " 

(Note. — These are not air-line distances, but the number of miles by 
sliortest existing railroad routes.) 

STATISTICS OP POPULATION. 

1865 90 inhabitants. 

1870 *. 256 " 

1880 2,100 

1884 4,500 " 

1885 5,767 

Estimated population, September 30, 1886 7,000. 

" " March, 1889, including suburbs.. .8,000. 



18 APPENDIX. 



ASSESSED VALUE OF REAL ESTATE. 

1865 $ 10,000 

1870 50,000 

1880 984,000 

1885 3,28(3,000 

A^OTE. — The asse•s^^lnellt is invariably less tluui one-half tlie auction 

value of the pi-0[)erty. 

TAXE8. 

For City 50 cents on every $100 assessed. 

» County 25 " " •' 

" State 25 " " 



Total $1.00 

Or, one per cent, on the grand list for State, county and city taxes 
combined. 

MANUFACTURl NT, STATISTICS. 

Number of manufacturing establisiiments 2:> 

Capital employed in 1870 $ 25,000 

'• "' " 1885 2,170,000 

Hate of increase in manufacturing capital 808 per cent. 

Value of goods manufactured in 1885 $3,088,000 

(Note. — In all the tobacco factories tlie increase, from December 31st. 
1885, up to September 30ch, 1S8(3, exceeded 75 p^i- cent.) 

RAILROADS. 

In addition to the Ilichinontl and l)aM\'illc road (which oiv(!s 
Durham outlets to all market-i), and to the i-oad twelve miles lonLi' 
whicdi connects the city with Chapel Hill, — thescat of the Univers- 
ity of North Carolina, — there will soon be a road to Ljnichbui-i;-. 
Ya., by way of Roxboro, N. C, and South Boston Va., which will 
al.so be extended south to Sanford, N. C. where it will connect 
with the Cape Fear and Yadldn Valley and the Pvaleigh and 
Auo-usta Eoads. This will ijive a competing line to all ])oints and 
open up a rich tobacco country. Communities on this line have 
subscribed $700,000, of which Durham gave $100,000. 



CITY OFFICERS, 



Mayor: W. J. Christian. 

Cleric: Ctoo. W. Woodward. 

Treasurer: Frank P. Burch. 

City Weii;-her: W. H. Carter. 

Chief Police : J. A. Woodall. 

Street Commissioner: John B. Christian. 

City Attorney: W. J. Exum. 

Aldermen : \v. Duke, E. CI. Lea, T. D. Jones, J. W. Carlton, J. 
S. Mangum, C. M. Herndon, J. F. Corbett. 

Meet every first and third Tucsda}^ in each month at Mayor s 
office, Court House. 



ArPENDIX. 19 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk of Court: 1). C. J[aiigum. 
Sheriff: F. D. Markhain. 
Register of Deedf^ : Paschall Lunsford. 
Treasurer: AV. H. Eowland. 
Couiit}^ Attorney: li. B. Boone. 

County Commissioners: Choinnan : W. M. Lowe; 83'dney Scott, 
.1. G. Latta, R. J. Tillcy, W. H. Perry. 



JUSTICES OF PEACE. 



DURHAM TOWNSHIP. 

W. T. Redmond, M. A. Angier, C. B. Green, W. 11. Wilkins, D. C. 
Cunter, C. F. A'^ickers, D. L. Belvin and Wm. T. Neal. 

CEDAR FORK TOWNSHIP. 

J. R Page, Sidney Scott. Wm. A. Jenkins, C. Barbee and W. 
llobson. 

OAK GROVE TOWNSHIP. 

Jno. T. Nichols, Thos. J. Holloway, Jno. Hall, W. J. Suit and 
Thos. A. Lasliley. 

PATTERSON TOWNSHIP. 

Jno. R. Ilutehings, C. G. Markham, Geo. A. Rhodes and J. S. 
Peney. 

LEBANON TOW^NSHIP. 

Kinchen IloUowa}^, S. AY. Iloldman, Gilman Latta, W. G. Gates 
and Thos. Lipscomb. 

MANtiUM TOWNSHIP. 

G. C. Hampton, Marcus Tilley, A. J. Roberts, P. A. FJanton and 
W. D. Turrentine. 



CHURCHES. 



St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Main street. Rev. T. M. N. George, 
I'ector: Sunday Services. 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. ra. 

Main Street Methodist Church, Rev. Robah Bumpass, pastor: 
Sunday Service, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. 
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

Trinity Methodist Church, Church street. Rev. E. A. Yates, 
pastor: Sunday' Service, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 
9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Class Meeting 
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. 



20 APPENDIX. 



First Baptist Church, Manguiii street, Eev. J. L. White, pastor: 
Sunday Service at 11 a. in., and 7:30 p. m. Sunda}- School at U-.'M) 
a. m. Prayer Meeting every AVednesdny. 

Primitive Baptist Church, Clevehmd street, T. Y. Monk, pastor: 
Sunday Service at 11 a. ni., once a month. 

M. E. Church, East Durham, Rev. L. L. Johnson, pastor. Sun- 
day Services, 1st, 3rd and 4th Sundays, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdaj', 7 p. m. 

Blackwell Baptist Church, Chapel Hill street, Eev. W. B. Oliver, 
])astor: Service at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 
a. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m. 

Presbyterian Church, Main street, Rev. II. T. Darnall, pastor: 
Sunday Service at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 0:30 
a. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday. Young Men's Meeting 
4ivery Sunday from 3 to 4 ]). m. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



INDEPENDENT HOSE COMPANY, NO. J. 

Chief: W. T. O'Brien. 
Assistant Chief: J. B. Warren. 
Foreman: E. W. Whitaker. 
Assistant Foreman : T. T. Tabb. 

Meeting every 3rd Tuesday evening in each month at Duke' 
office. 



DUPJIAM HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, NO. 1. — (COLORED.) 

Foreman: P. H. Smith. 

Treasurer: L. S. Walden. 

Meet at Mayor's office 1st Wednesday night in month. 



DICK BLACKNALL HOSE COMPANY, NO. 1. 

Chief: H. E. Heartt. 

Foreman : H. A. Reams. 

Assistant Foreman: C. H. Whitted. 

Secretary: S. II. Reams. 

Treasurer: W. B. Wliitted. 

Meets every Thursday at 7:30 p. m., at Engine House, Main s;. 



LODGES, ETC. 

Knights of Pythias, No. 31, meets every Thur.sday, at 7:30 p. m., 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, 3rd floor, Wright's building; Jas.H. Southgate, 
C. C. Geo. W. Watts, V. C. 



APPENDIX. 21 



A. O. U. M., moots first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 
1). m., at Masonic Hall: A. W. Kennedy, Master Workman; E. P>. 
Turrentine, Eeeorder; Q. E. Pawls, Financier; J. S. Manning, Fore- 
man ; T. ir. ]\Iartin, Overseer; J. M. Manning, Medical Examiner; 
E. II. Jones, Guide; Leo. J). Heartt, Past Master Workman ; T. F. 
Cheek, Inside W.; C. J. O'Brien, 0. W. 



Durham Lodge, No. 352, A. F. and A. M., meets 2nd and 4th 
Tuesday night in each month, at Masonic Hall: N. M.Johnson, 
W. M. ; J. W. Elackwell, Treasurer; J. Southgate, Secretary. 

Durham Roj'al Arch Chapter, No. 48, meets 3rd Tuesday night 
of each month, at Masonic Ilall: Jas. Southgate, II. P.; ('. ('. 
Taylor, Secretary. 



The Durham Land and Security Co., Durham, N. C. incorpo- 
i-atod under the Laws of North Carolina. Authorized Capital, 
S500,000. Officers: J. L. W^atkins, President; James A. Bryan, 
1st Vice-President; R. I. Rogers, Secretary and Treasurer; W. W. 
Fuller, Attorney, with a full Board of Directors. 



THE COMMONWEALTH CLUB. 

The ])uljlic s])irit of Durham is organized in the Comn^onwealtli 
Club, whose twenty-tive members i-epresent a large part of the 
capital, enterprise and business of the city. They suggest public 
improvements and b}- united action secure them. The officers of 
the Club are: President, G. W. AVatts; Recording Secretary, T. B. 
Fuller; Corresponding Secretary, Lucius Cireen. 

Durham Commandery, No. 3, Knights Templar, meets 1st Mon- 
day of each month at Masonic Hall: Jas. Southgate, E. C. ; J. W. 
Blackwell, Recorder. 



Eno Lodge, No. 210, F. & A. M., meets 1st Monday of each 
month at 2 p. m. : J. L. Markham, W. M.; D. C. Gunter, Sec. 



Grold Link Lodge, No. 114, I. O. of O. F., meets every Monday, 
at 7:30 p. m., at Odd Fellows' Hall, W^right's Building: Wm. 
Freeland, N. G.; T. M. Stephens, V. G.; J. A. Stout, P. G. ; J. A. 
Woodall, Treasurer; H. W. Smith, Secretary; H. Brown, Financial 
Secretary; J. Fetchett, Chaplain. 



Durham Encampment, No. 14, I. O. of O. F., meets 2nd and 4th 
Fridays of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Wright's Building: 
J. Heartt, C. P. ; J. A. Stout, C. W. ; J. A. McMannen, J. W.; C. J, 
Ilulin, Scribe; W. L. Freeland, Treasurer. 



22 APPENDIX. 

Alma Lod^e, No. 5, I. O. of O. F., meets every Tuesday at 7:30 
]). m., at Odd Fellows' Hall, Wright's Building: 11. E. Ileartt, W. 
(1.; Mrs. J. A. Stout, V. (}.; Mrs. Emma D. Smith, Secretar}^; Mrs- 
Jiaura Brown, Treasurer; Mrs. (.'. J. Ifuliu, Financial S(K-retary. 

Young Men's Chi-istian As.sociation, (Jorcoi-an sti-eet, near Main 
street: Eegular lleligious meeting each Sunday at 4 p. m. Boj's' 
meeting, Sunday at 3 p. m. Workers' Training Class, Saturda}' at 
8 p. m. Eegular Business meeting, 2nd P"'riday of each month 
(Board of Directors meet after adjoui'nment of this meeting): J. II. 
Southgate, President; L. D. Ileartt, Vice-President; T.J. Simmons, 
Eecording Secretary; C. A. Jordan, Treasurer; J. J. Stowe, General 
Secretary. Directors: E. J. Parrish, G. W. Watts, Chas. McGary, 
P. M. Briggs, II. G. Lea, H. G. Griffin, W. S. Halliburton and L. G. 
CIolc. Membership of about 210. 



Junior Branch Young Men's Christian Association : President, 
Frank Chamberlain; Vice-President, W. Rowland; Secretary, J. 
Puryear. 



Ladies' Auxiliar}- Society Young Men's Christian Association; 
President, Mrs. A. G. Carr ; First Vice-President, Mrs. E. C. Fan- 
ning; Second Vice-President, Mrs. Eobt. Jones; Secretary, Mrs. M. 
W. Eeed ; Treasurer, Mrs. E. J. Parrish. 



Durham Jjight Infantr}-, meets 1st Tuesday in each month, at 
their Armory, at 7:30 p. m.: AV. A. Gattis, Jr., Captain; J. S. 
Burch, 1st Lieutenant; J. W. Jones, 2nd Lieutenant; T. J. Winston, 
1st Sergeant ;H. G. Griffin, Quartermaster Sergeant. 



Durham County Medical Society, meets 1st and 3rd Monday 
nights of each month: J. M. Manning, President; J. A. Smith, 1st 
Vice-President; J. P. Monroe, 2nd Vice-President; J. D. Eoberts, 
Secretary and Treasurer; Members. A. G. Carr, N. M. Johnson, W. 
J. H. Durhal, J. F. Cain, T. S. Vickers. 



Jewish Cemetery Society, meets 1st Sunday of each month at 
Summerfield's: C. Summerfield, President; Julius Wicover, Secre- 
tary; A. Goldstein, Treasurer. 



Durham Cornet Band, meets in Duke's Building, Tuesda}^ and 
Friday, at 7:30 p. m.: P. B. Cheek, President; E. T. Cheek, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer; J. Thomas, Captain. 



St. Cecelia Musical Society, meets 1st Friday of each month at 



APPEXDIX. 23 



7:H0 p. 111., at St. Cet-uliu Hall, Main street: Miss L. M. Southfi^ate, 
President; Miss M. F. Fuller, Secretary; ^frs Geo. AV. Watts, Treas- 
urer; Vernon Darnell, liibrarian. 



St. Cecelia II'iII, Main street, corner Church street. 



Stokes Hall, Main street, corner Cocorau street. 



Durham Street Car Railway Compan}-: W. T. Blackwell, Presi- 
dent; ofHce, Blackwell's Bank. 



Durham Tobacco Association, meets 1st Monday of each month, 
at 3.30 p. m. at their rooms, Main street: L. W. Wise, President; 
1\ L. Peay, Vice Pre.sident; Lucius Tiiley, Secretary; R. G. Lea, 
Treasurer. 



Black-well Park' and Rttce Track, hej'ond w limits. Street Cars 
direct to the Parlv. Has a halt' n\ile race course. ii:;rand stand, lari;'e 
staltles, a ladies' dressini!; room, etc. Private property. 



COLORED LODGES, ETC. 

G. X. O. ofU. F., Xo. 209G, meets Tuesday at 7.30 p. m.. at Man- 
i-um Hall: X. Ci., G. W. Bumpus; V. G., Rev. B. K. Butler; E .S., 
G. \V. Pearson; P. X.F., G. F. Maben ; W. C, H. L. Robinson; 
Treasurer, P. H. Smith. 



G. X. O. of O. F., Reliable Lodo;e Xo. 2970, meets Thursday at 
7.30 p. m., at Mano;um Hall: Wm. Jones, X. G. ; Henr}^ Bookrum, 
V. G.; W. T. H. Woodwartl, P. S.; John Burwell, Secretary : Charles 
Pratt, Treasurer. 



Pride of Love Lodjijc, Good Samai'itans, Xo. 303, meets Monday 
at 7.30 ]). m.,at Rigsbee Building, Parrish street. 



Universal Brotherhood, Xo. 318, meets Friday at 7.30 p. m., nt 
Rigsbee Building, Parrish street. 



Independent Social Club, meets Thursday at 7.30 p. m., at Rigsbee 
Building, Parrish street: C. Richmond, President; S. P. Lassiter, 
Treasurer; M. B. Bingham, Secretaiy ; J. A. Wright, B. A. 

Doric Lodge, Xo. 28, F. & A. M., meets 2nd and 4th Mondays of 
each month, at 8 p. m. at Hall in Hayti : W. G. Pearson, W. M. ; 
B. H. Lethers, Secretary; A. A Parker, J. W.; Xathan Hawkins, 
S. W. 



24 APPENDIK. 



Pride of Durham Lodge, No. 2095, I. O. of'O. F., meets at Maii- 
gum Hall every Thursday at 7 p. m. 



Eoyal Kuights ot'Kiug David, No. 1, meets every Friihiy at 7.30 
]). m., atMangumllall: II. L. Eobinson, C; W. S. Smith, V. C. ; 
E. Euffin, Sentinel; J. W. Barton, Chaplain ; George Warren, Treas- 



urer. 



COLORED CHURCHES. 



White Eock Baptist C!hureh, Eev. Allen Eaton, Pastor; Petti- 
grew street, near Hayti: Sunday services, 11 a. m. 3.40 p. m. and 
7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 9 a. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 
8 p. m. 



A. M. E. Church, Fairview street, Eev. A. J. Chambers, Pastor: 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. Sunday school, 3 p. m. 
Prayer meeting, Thursday 8 p. m. Sunday school, Teacher.s meet 
Friday 8 p. m. 

Second Baptist Church, Shanty Eow, Pastor; Henry Johnson : 
Sunday service at 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m. 
Prayer meeting every Wednesday. 



Mt. Yernon Baptist Church, Eev. J. B. K. Butler, Pastor; Eamsay 
Hill. Sunday service at 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 
9 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. 



A. M. E. Church, Chapel Hill street, Pastor; Henry Hall. Sun- 
day service at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m. 
Prayer meeting every Wednesday. 

Durham Primative Baptist Church, Fairview street, Pastor, 
Everett Faucett. Sunday service at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting 
when convenient 

:o: 

THIS DIRECTORY 

WILL BE LSSUED ANNUALLY, OE AS THE DEMAND 

EEQUIEES. SUPPOET NO OTHEE, FOE WE 

WILL ALWAYS GIVE A VALUABLE WOEK. 

EespectfuU}^, 

E. F. TURNER & Co., 

217 Elm Street, Yonkers, N. Y. 



APPENDIX. 



-'0 



We espcciall}' call the attention of our readers to the following 
liberal patrons of our work who have assisted us with much valu- 
able information, without which we would consider our book in- 
complete, and to show our appreciation of the same we make the 
following brief mention : 

THE BLACKWELL DURHAM CO-OPERATIVE TOBACCO COMPANY IS THE 
LARGEST WORKS OP ITS KIND IN THE WORLD. 

The -'Durham Bull" is the genius of our 3'oung city. It has 
found its way into every principal market on the globe and it is 
smoked by every nation ; indeed we may say it is smoked in every 
language in the known world. This mammoth enterprise started 
from a very small beginning some twenty years ago, when Dur- 
ham was a water station on the North Carolina railroad. Perse- 
verance and judicious management has brought it through all these 
years to its present immensity. Good work always tells. 

Without going into a detailed account of the origin and rapid 
growth of the "Bull" as a factory of granulated tobacco— which 
would fill a volume — we will, in a brief way, give our readers some 
idea of it now and its present capcity, which is about 

8.000,000 POUNDS A YEAR. 

The factory building is one of architectural beauty, built of brick 
and granite, four stories in height, with a frontage of 350 feet, and 
160 in length, with a capacity of 250,000 pounds per day. Do you 
catch the idea of its immensity? This is a Durham enterprise of 
which the whole State feels proud. Hundreds of hands are em- 
ployed daily, and it has paid in the last ten j-ears for labor alone, 
$100,551.51, as near as a casual observer can observe. 

The factory proper, with its adjuncts, cover over twent}^ acres 
of ground, and it is supplied with all of its own appurtenances, in 
every branch, for the speedy execution of all w^ork connected with 
the business. It is a veritable hive of varied industries, all with 
one object in view — preparing the "Bull" for the smoker's use. 
The company use at least 110,000 yards of cloth per month for 
making the tobacco sacks, or a total of 1,400, 000 yards per annum. 

During the jnist decade the Blackwell Durham Tobacco Co. has 
sent out something 

OVER 34,490,177 pounds op manupactured tobacco, 
which has gone all over the world and 611ed the pipes of all 
nations. In the same length of time it has paid in taxes to the 
United States government a sum that will astonish you — $3,813,- 
930.89. This shows that this factory has been, and is now, one of 
the most important factories in the industry and progress of Dur- 
ham. Most assuredly it does. The "Bull" carried with it the name 
of Durham to every iuhabitablc land, both in the new and the old 
world. 



2G APPENDIX. 



Nowhere on llie habitable ^;h)be is bettor tobacco produced than 
rig-ht here ai'ound Dui'ham ; and nowhere in America — or out of 
America — is it man u fact uivd with niore success, or gives more gen- 
eral satisfaction, than by tlie {)rojjrietoi"s of the now famous '-Dur- 
ham JjuII." 

THE GUIDIX(J SPIRIT. 

In eveiy gr-eat and successful enterprise tl'.eiv is a "power be- 
hind the throne" — a nnjving genius, a directing spirit. In the 
\vurl;ings of llie enterprise, and President of the Couij>any, is a 
Xorth Carolinian — one whom all Xorth Carolinians delight to 
h(^nor — wdio is a t^'pical rejjresentative of the ])lnck and energy 
that is to-da}' i-egenerating and disentlii'aliing the South from her 
'•Rip Van Winkle" sleep and pushing her forward in the grand 
inarch of progrsss. 

As the great king Artaxerxes was traveling through the wide 
realms of Persia, u certain man, named Mises, presented him with 
a pomegranate of a wonderful bigness, wdiich the king admiring 
demanded out of what paradise he had gotten it. Mises answered 
that he had gathered it from his own garden and cultivation. The 
king was exceedingly pleased with the jjresent, and gracing ilises 
with ro^'al gifts in return, swore by the sun, ''That the same man 
with like diligence and care might as well of a little city make a 
great one.'' 

MR. JULIAN S. CARR 

Is to-day doing a great work for Durham; doing a lion's share in 
making of Durham a great city. His diligence and care in bu.-ii- 
ness, with a generous heart filled with Christian grace, is the secret 
of his great success. 

From his entrance in the firm owning the "'Durham Bull," afoun- 
dation was laid for {he largest smoking tobacco factory in the 
world. A ])olicy was mapped out which faithful, consistent ex- 
ecution has enabled the firm to achieve its present great succctjs. 
Mr. Carr has demonstrated his abilit}' not only to design but to ex- 
ecute, and it is these characteristics that aid in bearing a man on 
to the realm of success. 

Had it not been for the enterprise dis])layed by such leaders in 
the tobacco manufacturing industry as Mr. Carr and his associates, 
it is more than likely that the unnatural state of affairs that has so 
long characterized cotton manufacture would have had, in a great 
measure, its counterpart in tobacco; that is to say, the bulk of it 
would jirobably have been manufactured at the North. 



APPEXDIX. 



"SUMMERSET VILLA," MR. CARR'S RESIDENCE. 




Mr. CaiT, with his hap|\y and interesting I'amil}', now occupy 
their new and beautiful I'esidence, ''Sunimerset Villa," completed 
at a cost of about $120,000. It is one of the finest residences in tiie 
South. The accotnjnuiyiuij; illustration gives you but a faint con- 
ception of its beauty and tiuish. Thoroughly convenient arrange- 
ments; supplied with all the modern improvements to make it a 
royal dwelling jjlaee. Xo expense was spared in the materials 
used. 

Mr. Carr has a warm place in his heart for the old cx-Gonfeder- 
ate soildier. It is nut mere sympathetic words — it is deeds. His 
generosity and liberality are coextensive with his reputation, and 
his open-hearted charity mu^t bring him the sweetest benediction 
that ever ]3oured its solace upon the sorrow-swept heart <^f human- 
ity, lie is among 

THE FIRST IN ALL GOOD WORKS, 

and especially enterprises that look to the advancement of Dur- 
ham — a town that is as dear to him as "the apple of the eye." He 
has been called to fill many important positions, and in every sit- 
uation he has acted so well his part as to win commendation and 



28 APPENDIX. 



increase the esteem of his fellow-citizens. A devout, consistcntand 
energetic member of the Methodist church, he has inspired, b}' his 
christian bearing, a sentiment of warm regard that ripens with in- 
tercourse into a strong affection. Men love him for his virtues, for 
his kindly disposition, for his wide sympathies, and for his chiv- 
alrous and exalted sentiments. Such a num is an untold blessing 
in any community, Durham is proud of such a whole-souled cit- 
izen. The State is proud of him. The South glories in his grand 
achivements. Town, State and section honor him, and lay the 
chaplet of their plaudits at his feet. His career and example are 
illustrious precepts for the rising generation. Long live Julian S. 
Carr and the great enterprise of which he is the honored head! 

HOTEL CLAIBORN. 

The Hotel Claiborn under the charge of A. B. Sites, (who has 
always enjoyed the reputation of a first class hotel man,) iscertan- 
ly worthy of great note. It is located in the midst of a thriving 
business centre, convenient to all the principal places, and within 
easy access from all parts of the city. The building is substantially 
constructed, the interior arrangements are perfect and including 
all the most modern improvements for the convenience, comfort 
and safety of guests. This Hotel holds a leading position among 
the lovers of good living, the cuisine being second to none in the 
city. 

J. SOUTHOATE & SON. 

J. Southgate & Son, represent more than twenty-five of the best 
English and American companies. Nearly $500,000,000 capital 
and assets. Strongest company agency in the South. The largest 
in the state. Mr. J. Southgate has been located in Durham some 
thirteen years. He conducts his business upon the strictest princi- 
ples of commercial integrity, and has won an excellent i-eputation 
as an honorable, energetic and thoroughl3' reliable business man, 
and is veiy popular in leading social and commercial circles. 

The firm of J. Southgate & Son has been wisely managed and 
has had an unusually prosperous career, its policies reflecting great 
credit upon the firm. They rank among the best companies, 
most influential business men, and the best proof of their abilities 
is the splendid record which they have made. They have built up 
a large business, and an ever increasing reputation for affording abso- 
lute security, coupled with the most honorable and liberal treatment 
of policy holders. They have transacted a lai'ge business and Mr. 
Southgate is to be congratulated upon the large measure of success 
which has attended his efforts. He is an experienced and prudent 
underwriter, and has every facility for writing risks. 



APPENDIX. 29 



J. B. WrilTAKER, JR. 

J. B. Wliitaker was born in Goldsboro, X. C, Septembers, 1851. 
The war interfered somewhat with his education. Entered the prinl- 
iui^ office of his father, J. B. Whitauer Sr., and soon manifested 
special fitness for this avocation. Became a swift compositor and 
was acUnowledi^ed one of the fastest and most accurate composers 
of tyj)e in the State. Indeed when about 15 years of age he pub- 
licly issued a challenge for a contest with any printer in the Slate 
not over 18 years of age, and this challenge was not accepted. At 
19 years of age ha was employed as a journeyman on the Wilming- 
ton Daily Jouriuil, published by Englehard & Price, and soon won 
the distinction of being ihe swiftest compositor in that office. 
When a youth he published a humorous paper which had quite a 
run. lias occupied the position of local reporter of the Goldsboro 
News and local editor of the Goldsboro Messenger. At one time 
be was owner and editor of an advertising sheet, called the Weekly 
Advertiser. Was married April 25th, 1871, to Miss Sallic A. Jones 
of Goldsboro. 

Mr. WhitaUer held in Goldsboro the positions Asst. Postmaster and 
Town Clerk, although a Democrat. A very high compliment at- 
testing his merits, as in this case politics were ignored, and Repub- 
licans voted for him from higher motive^; than those which usually 
actuated the average voter. In these positions he acquitted himself 
with credit to himself and acceptability to his constituents. Moved 
to Durban in Feb., 1877, to take charge of the job printing office of 
r>lackwe!rs Durham Tobacco Co. Held that position untiljune, 1879, 
when he purchased the job printing office of D. W. Whitaker, and 
built up a successful business. His office was almost entirely de- 
stroyed by the great fire of 1880. But he immediately purchased 
a new outfit, and soon revived his business. It is generally con- 
ceded that his bronze printing stands in the front rank of 
excellence. Was a delegate to the first two Democratic county 
conventions held in Durham county. He took an active part, (as 
he does in all other high and commendable movements) in the 
State prohibition campaign, wMiich was defeated by an amalgam- 
ated combination of llepubiicans, Liberals and Anti-prohibition- 
ists. This cause, though retarded, will sooner or later triumph as 
all truth must. It may be slow and tedious but sure. Mr. Whit- 
aker, be it said to his everlasting honor, is an enthusiastic coadju- 
tor in the temperance movement. He talks it, he votes it, and 
he watches it. He is a man of strong convictions and lives true 
to them. The acts and aims of his life bear the impress of lofty 
motives, of unselfish and unswerving devotion to the interests of 
his fellow-man. In whatever position he has been called to act, 
whether social, political or religious, he has kept an eye single to 



30 APPENDIK 



the glory of God and the elevation of man. His high toned chris- 
tian character, gentlemanly de))ortment and faniilliarity with the 
wants of the people, pre-eminently fit him for the leadershij^ 
among men. He is a strong advocate of education and was one of 
the most influential men in the establishment of our Graded .School.-'. 
Jn appreciation of his zeal and devotion to the Graded School 
cause in the campaign he was elected a member of the Eoard of 
Education and Learning, which position he held for nearly two 
terms — the only member who was present at every meeting. lie 
was secretary of the Board from its organization to the time of his 
7'esignation. He was a trustee of the Methodist Female Seminary, 
which position he resigned to become a member of the Graded 
School Board. 

Mr. Whitaker moved to Goldsboro in December, 1884. While 
in Goldsboro he became prominent in the affairs of town and coun- 
ty. He was made Chairman of the County Board of Educati(^n. 
He was also local editor of the Goldsboi-<) Messenger and was ]»ro- 
])rietor of a bookstore. He returned to Durham in the year ]888. 
He is now editor of the Durham Plant. He is a good thi)dj:er and 
a line writer. While 3Ir. AVhitaker has never taken a regular col- 
legiate course, he is nevertheless an educated man; few men of 
his age are as well equipped for life. He is unlike most men in 
that he is ever faithful to his friends. His motto in life is '-Do 
unto others as you would that they should do unto you-" 



BDiiEfis m s,uf-Miii Mmw 

-of all Kinds Repaired on Short Notice. 



FOUNDRY AND BLACKSMITH WORK 

of all kinds. Pipe and Pipe Fittin<^s — a good stock on hand. Belt- 
ing, Oils, Bolts, Nuts, and Washers. Valves, Injector Litters, 
Steam Gauges, Water Gauges, and Glass. Li short. Every- 
thing kept in a FIEST-CLASS MACHINE SHOP. 

AGENTS FOR THE AMES ENGINE AND BOILEK. 

Those wanting a Strictly First-Class Slide- Valve Engine, at a moderate 
price, will find it to their interest to confer with me. I make PIoav- 
Castings for all Plows generally used in this section, which 1 guar- 
antee to be of best quality and which will give satisfaction. 



TURNER'S 

f)ui'l]kir( f)ii^ectofy. 

§11889-90.1* 

:o : 

Abbreviations Used in this Directory. 

All., iibove^ advt., adverti-sment ; ave., avenue ; bds ., boards; bet., be- 
tween; com., commission ; com. mer , commission merchant: cor., corner; 
do., ditto; e., east; ft., foot; h, house; la., hme; mfg., manufacturing; rafr., 
manufacturer : mfrs., manufacturers ; n., north 5 nr., near ; lab., laborer ; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. 0., post oflice; r., rooms; s., south; st., street ; w., 
west ; Wash'n Washington ; wid., widow; wks., works; tob., tobacco; R. & 
D. E. R., Richmond and Danville Rail Road ;gen'lmdsc., general merchan- 
<iise ; supt., superintendent. 



WHITE DEP ARTMENT. 

COLORED DEPAKTMENT IN BACK OF THE BOOK. 



Al^KRXATHEY CLAYTON, li e Durham. 

Abernathey Ira. mil! hand, h e Durham. 

Al)ernathey John, works shuttle mills, h e Durham. 

Abernathey Miss Lucy, weaver, h e Durham. 

Abernathey Miss Eosa, weaver, h e J^urhani. 

Abernathey Miss Roena, weaver, h e Durham. 

Abernathey AV. A., crrocery, e Durham h do. 

Adams John Y,, farmer, h Willard. 

Adams Oscar, tobacco worker, h Liberty. 

Adams Thomas, shoemaker, cor Main and Church, h Liberty. 

Adderton G. A., printer, h Red Cross. 

Addison Charles, tobacco worker, h Strayhorn. 

Addison Mrs Lizzy, wid., h Strayhorn. 

Albright G. K., blacksmith, h Lea. 

Albright J. P., clerk, h South. 

Albright John E., policeman, h South. 

Albright Miss Julia, milliner, h Cleveland. 

Albright Miss Maggie, h ClevelancL 

Albright Miss Pero"^ h South. 

Albright W. A., delivery clerk, h South. 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco J^plir^^nTform; 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever put upofi the ma)kot. hence 
dealers and consumers always pronounce it "THE BEST." 



(y)' -1 . (T)' ; T • The great FVeiglit an<I Passenger Linfi ol" 

1 iedIT|0l1t 'Zin-L(ir|e, the >South, witU unsurpassed facilities fov 
])rompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

32 DLRECTOIl Y.— VV h ite. 



Allen J. H., postmaster, h Morris. 

Allen AV. B., clerk, h Parrisb. 

Allison Miss L,, saleslady, h South. 

Allison Miss Lele, school teacher, h 2 Carr. 

Alsley Jim, weaver, h e Dnrliam. 

Anderson Mrs Mary, wid, h Morehead ave. 

Anderson S. C , foicman, h McManning. 

Andrews A. A., grocer. Green, h do. 

Andrews T). IT., grocery, Five Points, h Chapel Ilill. 

Andrews I). W., clerk, h Green. 

Andrews II., carpenter, h Cleveland. 

Andrews II. M., machinist, h South Green. 

Andrews Henry, laborer, h Angier ave. 

Andrews J. C, h Rigsbee ave. 

Andrews Jno. D., mailing clerk, h 18 Chapel Hill. 

Andrews J. G., h 78 Chapel Hill. 

Andrews Shelly, groceries, Mangnm nr Main, h Eoxboro. 

Anger M. A., retired merchant, h McManning. 

Arendell B. J., Bowers & Arendell, r }»fain nr Mangnm. 

Arendell S. F., saloon, Ilickstown, r Main nr Mangnm. 

HEADQUxVRTERS FOR SCHOOL BOOKS FOR GRADED SCHOOLS 
Public Schools and Private Schools, the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitaker, Jr., »fc Co. 

Arrington Dr. W. F.. dentist. Main nr Mangum,hcor Willard 

and Dandy. 
Arrington John II., clerk, h cor Willard and Dandy. 
Ashe Samuel T., editor The Tobacco Plant, also attorney at 

law, Main nr Corcoran, h Mangum. 
Atkinson Geo. E., works cotton mill, h e Durham. 
Atwater Miss A. F., h 46 Dandy. 
Atwater Miss Lucy, school teacher, h 46 Dandy. 
Atwater Miss Orien, n 46 Dandy. 

SHELLY ANDREWS, 

DEALER IN 



CONFECTIONERIES, &c., 

MANGUM STREET, NEAR MAIN, 



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HE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles 1 Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, En;^- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
ti-ated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
ai)plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



Tiike tlie 'Piedniont Sii'-r<i,,e, IT™ w'lIS^'^V.'S: 

and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For imlbrmation, ad- 
<h'es.s, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIEECTORY. —White. 33 

Atwater R. H., pork packer, h 46 Dandv. 
At water W. A., clerk, h 46 Dandj. 

Austin S. H., Secty. Blackwell's Durham Co-Operative To- 
bacco Co., h Philadelphia. 
Avant Miss Jennie, h Broadwa}-. 
Bagwell A. S., niachinest, h South. 
Bagwell Miss Mattie B., h South. 
Bagwell W. B., Herndon & Bagwell, h South. 
Bailey F. B., real estate agent, h McManning. 
Baker B. S., h e Durham. 
Baker Jim, weaver, h e Durham. 
Baker John A., weaver, h e Durham. 
Baker Miss Mollie, weaver, h e Durham. 
Ballen Virginius, book keeper, h Broadway. 
Bane Arminius, h Pettigrew. 
Bane Edward, student, h Pettigrew, 
Bane Miss Emma, h Pettigrew. 
Bane W. C, carpenter, Pettigrew. 
Bane & Watson, brick manufacturers, Smoky Hollow. 
Bane Worden, carpenter and builder, Pettigrew, h do. 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co., Manufacturers of Sash, Blinds, Doors, Mantels, Mouldings, Frames 
and Stair- Work. 

Bank Cannon, laborer, h Jackson. 

Bank of Durham, (The) W. T. Blackwell, President, W. S. 
Halliburton, Cashier, Main nr Mangum. 

Banner Warehouse., for the sale of leaf tobacco, J. S. Lock- 
hart, Proprietor, Main opposite post office. 

Baptist Female Seminary, Miss Bettie Blair, Principal, cor 
Mangum and Wyatt. 

Barbee Bartley, farmer, h e Durham. 

Barbe Miss Bertie, cigartette packer, h Pettigrew. 

Barbee Miss Frances, cigarrette packer, h South Green. 

Barbee Mrs Elizabeth, h Pettigrew. 

Barbee Henry, clerk, h Mangum. 

Barbee Jae. R., lab, h South Green. 

Barbee J. R., clerk, h 26 Lea. 

Barbee H. S., clerk, h Mangum. 

Barbee Mrs. L. A., h 9 Carr. 

Barbee Mrs. M. J., wid h w Durham. 

Barbee R. H., clerk, h Mangum. 

Barbee Miss Susan, h Pettigrew, 

Barham C. A. W,, Sr., auctioneer, h cor Lea and Jackson. 

Barham Miss C. B. C, housekeeper, h Lea and Jackson. 

Blackwell's Dui-ham Tobacco ;,V,uLrunS'; 

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



'I^i ^(.li-»Tr-»T^1- ^Vii' rir^^ Tlie Great Pa>-seni:er and Frei^'ht Lino 
J lCtlll(UI|L 'iill -1^1I|L, oUIieSoutli, with uiisuri>assft(l Facilities 
for prompt and sati><factory Passenger and Freiglit Service. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

34 DIKECTOKY.— White. 

Bai'ham Miss Claude, milliner, h Lea and Jackson. 

Barhani Miss U. U., h Lea and Jackson. 

Barnes Geoi-o:e \V., salesman, r cor Main and Manguni. 

Earnhardt E.G., Hnpt Durham Cotton Mfg Co.,h e DurJiani. 

Barnliardt Eugene, h Alston ave, 

Barrow Mrs O. T., h Red Cross. 

Barton Mrs Rubina, dom, h Lea. 

Bashnagle Mrs P. A. B., sack stringer, h Angier ave. 

Bashangle Miss Rosa Lee, sack stringer, h Angier ave. 

Bass H. J., n. J. Bass & Co., h Morris. 

Bass H. J. & Co., leaf tob, cor Morgan and F'uUer. 

Bassett Prof. J. S., graded school, h Main. 

Batchelor Y. J., machine hand, h 2G Lea. 

Battle Lee H., student, IL Broadway. 

Battle Dr. L. W., physician, Main nr Mangum, h Broadway. 

Baulin ^L•s. Mai'v, h wid. South Green. 

Beal G. H., J' VV. Swift & Co., h Oxford. 

Beall ^liss Addie, weaver, h e Durham. 

Beall Mrs, Catherine, wid, h e Durham. 

Beall John, weaver, h e Durham. 

THE DAILY TOBACCO PLANT has the largest bona fde circulation 
ever secured by a Durham daily. Therefore it is the best advertising 
medium. 

Beard T., painter, h Lea. 

Beavans E. K., day clerk Claiboru Hotel, hds do. 

Beavers G. T., collector, h Ramseur. 

Beavers J. T., butcher, h Ramseur. 

Belvin A. AV., macliinist, h Railroad st. 

Belvin Miss Lillie, cigarette packer, h Railroad st. 

Belvin Miss iSTancy, cigarette packer, h Railroad st. 

Benard Miss Bettie, h Dillard. 

Benard J. P., h Dillard. 

Bennett C. W., carpenter, h Cleveland. 

Bennett Miss ILittie, h Cleveland. 

Bennett Joe, tob worker, h Cleveland. 

Bennett Mrs. L. C, wid, h Willard. 

Bennett Wm., tob worker, h Cleveland. 

Bernard Miss Bettie, Milliner. 

Bernard G., drug clerk, h cor Liberty and Dillard. 

Bernstene Aliss Lena, saleslady, h Pine. 

Bernstene Miss Lena, saleslady, h Pine. 

Bernstene P., dry goods, etc, Main nr Mangum, h cor Pine and 

Poplar. 
Bernstene Marx., gen'l mdse, Main, h Pine. 



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ME OPERA PIANO.— New Styles)! Fancy Woods! Mahogany, English 
.^Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LIXE, Passin<T throngli tlie Cities of 
I Raleigh, Durham, (ioKlsboro, Si>aftanbui"<r, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the iSouth and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTOIIY.— White. ~3b 

Benistene Miss Rebecca, h Pine. 
Bernstene S., clerk, h cor Pine and Poplar. 
Bernstene AV., clerk, h cor Pine and Poplar. 
Berr}' J. II., drayman, h Morehead ave. 
Boves Miss Mary, h Morris. 
Bircham Miss Clara, ciii: packer, h e Durham. 
Bircham Mrs. Eliza, wid, h e Durham. 
Bishop & Co., 2:rocers, cor Lea and Jackson. 
Bishop E. E., Bishop & Co., h Main. 
Bivens J. A., carpenter, Broadway h do. 
B,lacknall C. B., B. Blacknall & Son, h Ilillsboro rd. 
Blacknall J. K.,h Caswell Hill. 
Blacknall 0., h Caswell Hill. 

Blacknall R. D., R. Blacknall & Son, h IliUshoro rd. 
Blacknall R. & Son, druo:gists, cor Main and Corcoran. 
Blackwell Baptist Church, Chapel Hill. 
Blackw^ell G. R., tob buyer, h South. 
Blackwell J. L., farmer," h Chapel Hill 

Blackwell J. AV., Pres. Builders, Manufacturers & Supply Co., 
h Lea 

milE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
i Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in the best manner. • 

Blackwell Miss Lavina, h Chapel Hill. 

Blackwell AV. T., Pres. Bank of Durham h Chapel Hill. 

Blackwell's Durham Co-Opsrative Tobacco Co., Julian S. 

Carr Pres., S. II. Austin, Jr., Sec'ty, J. A. McDowell, 

Treas., Pettegrew and Blackwell. 
Blackwood John, shipping clerk, h eMain. 
Blair Mrs. M. A., wid, h Mangum. 
Blalock Airs. Elizabeth, wid, h Peabody. 
Bland X. E., h e Durham. 
Bobbitt J. T., tob dealer, h Liberty. 
Boiseau R. E , clerk, bds Claiborn hotel. 
Bolanz M. B. painter, r Parrish. 
Bolton AVra. A., Sexton Blackwell Baptist church, h 62 Chapel 

Hill. 
Bolyn AV. H., mang for E. F. AVyatt & Son., r Main and 

Alangurn. 
Booker Airs. Eugenia, wid, h 13 Carr. 
Boone J. PL, grocer, e Durham h do. 

Boone R. B., attorney-at-law, court house Alain h Alangum. 
Boon AV. J., shoemaker, h e Durham. 
Borland Cora, h 45 Dandy. 

SlkdkwellV ©ufl\kii| ^obkddo ! 

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



rilAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through the Cities of 
X Alexandria, Cliarlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Reids- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

36 DIRECTORY.— White. 



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liowers & Aveiidell, dry goods, etc., Main nr Manguiii. 

Bawers J. C, Bowers & Arendell, Main nr Mangum. 

Boyd John, tob worker, h Railroad. 

r>oyd Mrs Martha, wid h Railroad. 

Boykiii W. F., bobbin maker, h Main nr Church. 

Boylan Wm., dry goods, h 32 Wilhird, 

Bradshaw R. M., bar keeper, h Hunt. 

Bradsher Nannie, boarding house, h Cleveland. 

Bradsher W. C, collector" Parrish Warehouse, bds Hopkins 

House, Cleveland. 
Brandon Haywood, tob worker, h 39 Pettigrew. 
Brandon Miss Sallie, cig inspector, h 39 Pettigrew, 
P>randon Thos.,tob worker, h 39 Pettigrew. 
Branson William H., sec and treas Durham Cotton Mfg Co., 

li Pettigrew e Durham. 
Brag Miss Callie; cig packer, h 39 Pettigrew. 
Brag Miss Eliza, cig packer, h 39 Pettigrew. 
Brewer, — carpenter, bds. Main. 
Bridges J. L., farmer, h e Durham. 
Bridges R. R., snpt N. C. division Richmotid & Danville R. 

R., Parrish building, Mangum, bds Hotel Clayton. 
_EMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located oji 
i\ the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknail drug 
store building. Call aad see us. J. B. Whitaker, Jr., & Co. " 

Briggs Miss Blanch, h Queen. 
Briggs J. H., farmer, h e Durham. 
Briggs P. M., Qlackwell's attorney and counsellor at law, 

Durham Co-Operative Tobacco Works, h Dillard 
Briggs Wm M, h e Durham 

Bright J Mc D, drug clerk, r cor Main and Corcoran 
Bristow L. T., book keeper Banner Warehouse, h Qroadway 
Broadwell A Ct, carpenter, h South Green 
Brock D L, clerk, h ^I'oadway 

K. B. boom; 

Attorney-at-Law, 

OFFICE: — COURT HOL'SE BUILDIKG, MAIN STREET, NEAR 
CHURCH, 

x:)XJFLP3:.A.ivn, :isr- o- 

¥l^^ ni^Pi^>i %-i>it^r» ! Manufactured by Peek & Son, (Establish- 
li\e Upeitl 1 iai|0: ed 1850), ISe? and L569 Broadway, and 
212 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design. Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five j'ears. 



M -I .1 (t)' -t , (T)' i T • To the South and South 

iaki tlie riedqorjt s^u'-l/ine wost,Montgomer.v 

Mobile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and California. For intbrmation, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRDCTORY.— Whitk. 37 

Brock J 0, chief engineer Durham Electric Light Co, h 

(^roadway 
Biock T H, tobacco weigher, h Qroadway 
Brock W P, tol>acco employee, h Morehead 
Brockwell Geo, cig maker, li Ferrell 
Brockwell James, carpenter, h Fei'rell 
Brockwell John, cig maker, h Ferrell 
Brockwell Miss Julia, cig packer, h Ferrell 
Brockwell Miss Mar}-, washer, h Shanty Sow 
Brockwell Miss Viola, cig packer, h Ferrell 
Brogden J R, farmei", h Main 
Broglin Miss Bettie, cig packer h Chapel Hill 
Broglin .Miss Jennie, dressmaker, h Chapel Hill 
Broglin Wm, h Chapel Hill 
Brooks J R, h Caswell Hill 
Brooks J AV, real estate agent, Peabody, h do 
Bi'own Miss Bettie, h Shanty Row 
Brown Mrs Bettie, washer, h Shanty Row 
Brown Mrs Caroline, wid, h e Durham 
Brown C J, overseer Carr's tob mfr, h Red Cross 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURINO 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build- 
ing Material. 

^rown Mrs E J, wid h e Durham 

Brown F F, h Carr 

Brown Henry, box maker, h Peabody 

Brown Horace, policeman, h 99 South 

Brown Jas, box maker, h Strayhorn 

Brown James M, lab, h e Durham 

Brown John, painter, h 99 South 

Brown Miss Laura, h 99 South 

Brown Miss Louisiana, weaver, h e Durham 

Brown T J W, weaver, h e Durham 

Brown Miss Tina, sack maker, h e Durham 

Brown Miss Virginia, weaver, h e Durham 

Browning Mrs ALiry, wid, h Ferrell 

Browning AVm, tob worker, h Peabody 

Browning W M, carpenter, h Jones 

Bruce S C, printer, h Red Cross 

Bryan Elhvood L, mang for E J Parrish, h Dillard 

Buchanan L T, Durham Male Acadeni}', corner Green and 

Cleveland, h Broadway 
Builders Manufacturing k Supply Company, Sash, Doors, 

Blinds, etc., J W Blackwell, Pres, Lucius Green, Vice 

f\elikhle kr^d ^^ti^f ^dtof y ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



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jirornpt and satisfactory ])assenger and freight service. For iniorniation, 
ad(hess, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

38 DIRECTORY.— White" 

Pres, S E Watt. Sec and Treas, Railroad street 
BniiipassRev RoLah, Pastor Main Methodist Clinrcli, li Main 
Burch F P, bank teller and J B AVhitaker & Co, r cpr Main 

and Corcoran 
Burch Geo W, niang Carr's, li Main. 
Bnrch Joe, h Cle\X'iand 

Burcli J C, tob worker, r cor Main and Mangum 
Burcli J S, floor niang Parrish AVarehouse, li Main and Mangum 
Burch Joab, clerk. Banner AVarehouse. 
]5nrch S G, clerk, h Main 
Burgess Aliss Fannie, weaver, h e Durham 
Burgess Mrs Hester, Avid, h e JJurham 
Burgess T H, h e Durham 

Burkhead AV G, editor Prohibitionist, Raleigh, h 112 Dandy 
Burns Mrs C wid, h Ramseur 

Burton R, leaf tob, Foster & AVatkins, h Ramseur 
Busbee AA^alton Manning, attv-at-law and notary public, court 

house Alain, h AlcManning 
Cain Miss A P, h AIcAlanning 
Cain Dr Jas F, physician, h McAIanning 

Subscribe to the Daily Tobacco Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Cain Aliss S AI, h AlcManning 
Cain S R, clerk, h AIcAlanning 
Campbell Aliss Aimie, ci"; packer, h Alorris 
Campbell Aliss Belle, h Dillard 
Campbell Aliss Gracie, machine liand, h Railroad. 
Cam[)bell Hugh, stone cutter, h Railroad 
Campbell Aliss Ida, cig packer, h Alorris 
Campbell James B, shoemaker, Alain nr Church, h Alorris 
Campbell Airs Alary, wid, h Railroad 
Campbell Aliss ISTealy, cig packer, h Morris 
Canad}' Aliss Anna, h Rigsbee ave 
Canady Aliss Genevive, h Rigsbee ave 
Canady Ruflin, mason, h Rigsbee ave 
Garden Aliss Bettie A, weaver, e Durham 
Garden Miss Carrie, AVeaver, h e, Durham 
Garden J W, carpenter, h w Durham 
Garden John S, cig maker, h Jackson 
Garden Jones, watchman, h 57 Chapel Ilill, 
Garden Aliss Alattie, cig packer, h 57 Chapel Hill 
Garden S A, dra^nnan, h e Durham 
Garden AVm, tob worker, h Peabody 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles I Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
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application. Address, PEEK & SON, 15C7 Broadway, New York. 



(a^' 1 ^ A^ ' i T ' Tho great Passenger and Freight Line of 



1 ietln|oi)t -iV if- 1(111 c, f 



for prompt and satisfiiotoi-y passenger and freight service. For information, 
•address, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— White. 39 

Carlton Miss Annie, h Rigsbee 

Carlton F M, clerk, cor Main and Mangnni 

Carlton J W tob buyer, h liigsliee 

Carlton Miss Mable, h Smoky Hollow 

Carlton Miss Nettie, h Rigsbee 

Carpenter John, machine hand, h 25 Lea 

Carpenter Wm, h 25 Lea 

Carr Dr A G, physician and surgeon, Main i\r Mangum, h 
Dillard 

Carr Dudley, mang for Straus & Roab, bds Hotel Claiborn. 

Carr Julian S, Pres Blaekwell's Dm-ham Co-operative Tob- 
baco Co, I'res First Xat Bank, Vice-Pres Durham Electric 
Light Co, Vice-Pres Durham Fertilizer Co, h "Somerset 
Villa," Dillard 

Carr L A, Morgan & Carr and Sec'ty and Treas Durham Fer- 
tilizer Co, h Pettigrew nr Jackson 

Carrington S R, Carrington & Thaxton, h McMainiing 

Carrington & Thaxton, grocers, cor Mangum and Railroad 

Carrmgton AV G, larmer, h McManning 

Carroll J 0, shoemaker, h South 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hai'd wood. 

Carter W C, clerk of city market, h e Main 

Carver O T, clerk h Cleveland 

Cash Samuel, carpenter, h Strayhorn 

Gates Albert, h Blackwell's Park 

Gates Miss Eula, cig packer, h Chapel Hill 

Gates 11 M, caipenter, h w Green 

('ates Isaiah, coifin maker, h Green 

Gates John, engineer, h Morris 

Cates Joseph, cig packer, h Main 

Gates Robt, gardener, h Blackwells Park 

Cates Thos, carpenter, h Jackson 

Cates W A, h Blackwell's Park 

Cates W H, undertaker for Durham Furniture Mfg Co, h 

Roxboro 
Cates Wm, clerk, h Cleveland 
Chadwick Mrs Mary, wid,h Watkins 
Chamberlain H B, printer, h 37 Jackson 
Chamberlain L L, printer, h 37 Jackson 
Chand3erlain S W, jeweler, h 37 Jackson 
Cheek Miss A M, h Pettigaew 
Cheek Anthony, farmer, h e Durham 



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prompt and satisfiictory passenger and freight service. For iji formation, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

40 "^IIIP:CT0RY.— White! 

Cheek Clarence, T F Cheek & Son, h Mangum 

Cheek Miss Emma, h e Durham 

Cheek F L, carpenter, h Ferrell 

Cheek John, farmer, h e Durham 

Cheek Jas M, machinist, h Chapel Hill 

Cheek Jno A, carpenter, h Chapel Kill 

Cheek Newton, farmer, h e Durham 

Cheek P B, carpenter, h Lea 

Cheek Mrs Sarah, wid, h Alston ave 

Cheek Wesley, h e Durham 

Cheek T F, T F Cheek & Son, h Mangnm 

Cheek T F & Son, furniture and undertakers, cor Mangnm 

and Parrish 
Cheek T E, h Petti grew 
Christmas Mrs E ,wd, h Cleveland 
Christmas Miss Eliza, seamstress, h Liberty 
Christmas Miss Fannie, seamstress, h Liberty 
Christmas Miss Ida, h Cleveland 
Christian C E, h Rigsbee ave 
Christian D C, box maker, h Chapel Hill 

TRIUMPHANT SONGS, the book used in the Sam Jones meeting, only 
35 cents each or $3.60 Y>er dozen, at the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitakek, Jr., & Co. 

Christian J A, h Rigsbee 

Christian J B, street com, h Chapel Hill 

Christian Jas, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 

Christian Lue, machinist, h Chapel Hill 

Christian T B, h Rigsbee ave 

Christian T S, emp Blackwells, h Mangum 

Christian W J, Jr, h Rigsbee ave 

Christian W J mayor, h Rigsbee ave 

Christian Willie, student, h Chapel Hill 

Clark E J, agent Singer Sewing Machine Co, Main nr Church 

Clark J L, Supt Parrish fact, h Roxboro 

Clark Wm L, carpenter, Cleveland, h do 

Clark W Y, carpenter, h Cleveland 

Clements Julian, tob worker, h Cleveland 

Clements M M confectionery, etc, cor Main and Mangum, h 

Parrish 
Clifton E G, drug clerk, r cor Main and Mangum 
Clifton J R, machine hand, h Jones 
Cline Miss Laura, h Smoky HoUoav 
Gloss Mrs M A, wid, h Dillard 



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application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



1 ie(;ln"|OT)t i^U'-L(;ll"|C, the Soutli, witirunsurim^sed Facilities 
lor pr()in])t and satisfaetory passenger ond freight service. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



41 



Cobb J B, liuvn^ for Stranse & Roab, h cor Jackson and Wil- 

lard 
Oole Jas, tirenuvn, li e Durham 
Cole J E, plumber, h Dillard 
Cole J L, clerk, h Roxboro 
Cole L G, book-keeper, h Cleveland 
Cole S J, machine hand, h South 
Cole W T, sawyer,, h Angler ave 
Coleman S B, floor mang, h Jackson 
Coley II P, lumber dealer, h Carr 
Coley Wm, machine hand, h South 
Collie Miss Eliza, h Willard 
Collie James, h Willard 
Collie Miss Pattie, ciii; packer, h Willard 
Collie Mrs Susan '^^ wid h Willard 
Council Miss Ida, spooler, h e Durham 
Connell Wyatt, drayman, h e Durham 
Connell Wm, carder, h e Durham 
Conrad Miss Claudia, cig packer, h 81 Lea 
Conrad J F, groceries also contractor and builder, Mangum 

nr Peabody, h cor Mangum and Broadway 

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Co., Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping done 
in best manner. 

Conrad Mrs Sarah B, dress-maker, li 81 Lea 

Cooper E R, h Ramseur 

Cooper W L, leaf tob, Rigsbee ave, h n Durham 

Cooper W E-, Rowland & Cooper, h Ramseur 

Cope Miss Blanche, spinner, h e Durham 

Cope J C, bib, h e Durham 

Cope John, lab, h e Durham 




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For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

42 DI HECTOR Y.—W hite. 

Cope Miss LilUian, spinner, b e Durham 

Copeland W A. machinist, h McManning 

Copley Charles, clerk, h Hunt 

Couch Miss Sadie, ci,£^ packer, h Yickers 

Couch Wm, machinist, h Vickers 

Couch W G, painter, h Yickers 

Council Miss Maggie, cigarette inspector, h G4 Chapel Hill 

Council Ti J, watchmaii,"h 64 Chapel Hill 

Cox Albert, tob buyer, h Alston ave 

Cox A B, farmer, h Alston ave 

Cox Miss Bettie A, h Morris 

Cox E, lab, h Peabody 

Cox John A Jr, h Morris 

Cox John A, boarding house, h Morris li do 

Cox John H, foreman, h Peabody 

Cox Miss Kate M, h Morris 

Cox Miss Laura, cigarette packer, h Peabody 

Cox Miss Lena, h 5lorris 

Cox Miss Maggie E, cigarette packrr, h Peabody 

Cox R C, ass't book keeper, h Morris 

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Cozart Miss Bettie, sack stringer, h Angier ave 
Cozart Mrs Jane, sack stringer, h Angier ave 
Cozart Mrs T G, principal Methodist Female Seminary, h 

Bamseur 
Cozart T G, cashier Banner Warebouse, li Ramseur 
Crabtree — , tob worker, h Pine 
Crabtree Archie, machinist, h 61 Chapel Hill 
Crabtree Mrs Bettie, wid, h Green 
Crabtree Chas E, book keeper, h e Main 
Crabtree George, packer, h Jackson 
Crabtree Hallie, drayman, h w Durham 
Crabtree Jacob, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Crabtree John H, box maker, h Green 
Crabtree Miss Mary, h Peabody 
Crabtree Miss Mattie, h Peabod}' 
Crabtree Mis Nancy, wid, h w Durham 
Crabtree Newton, watchman, h Jackson 
Crabtree R E, h Main 
Crabtree Robt, cigarette packer, h Green 
Crabtree Samuel, machine hand, h Jones 
Crabtree Wm, cigarette packer, h 61 Chapel Hill 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Em.'- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. ' Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway", New York. 



Vrl ^ i (-D* 1 V uTi* i T • To the South and South 

Take llie riedn^Ol^t Au'-Jyllie west, Montgomery, 

Mobile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and CaUfornia. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— White. 43 



(Jrahtree W A, fanner, h (31 Chapel Hill 

Crabtree W G, box maker, h Jackson 

(;rabtree W H, box maker, h Bailey's al 

(Orane W A, shoe maker, h e Durham 

Crews Miss Julia C, h Green 

Crews Mathew, tob worker, h Tickers 

Crews Paul, foreman, h Mangura 

Crews T J, tob buyer, h Green 

Croon Eddie L, machine hand, h 6 Lea 

Croon Mrs Mary, wid, h 6 Lea 

Cross C R, clerk, h cor Rigsbee ave and Green 

Cross J W, clerk, li cor Rigsbee ave and Green 

Cross Mrs S R, wid, h Green 

Crowell Mrs A L, wid, h e Durham 

Crowell Mrs Maude J, carder, h e Durham 

Grumpier R 11, tob worker, h Main nr Church 

Crutchfield J K, carpenter, h Angier ave 

Currell W H, carpenter, r Parrish 

Cutts Miss Emma, h South 

Cutts J P, railroader, h South 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Builders, don't contract for your house until you see us. No 
cliarge for estimates. 

Dalby Col E, leaf tobacco, Main nr Church h do 
Dalton P 11, drug clerk, li Main nr Church 
Darnall Rev H T, pastor Presbyterian Church, h Main 
Darnall L C, Darnall & Thomas, Main nr Mangum 
Darnall Miss Lucy, ass't photographer, h McManning 
Darnall & Thomas, pianos and organs. Main nr Mangum 
Davenport Miss Anna, h cor Main and Mangum 
Davenport Mrs S M, dressmaker, cor Main and Mangum 
Davie W B, Vice Pres, The Fancett Durham Tobacco & Snuff 

Co., h w Durham 
Davis Mrs B, merchant tailoress, clothing etc, Main nr Church 

h Bailey's al 
Davis J M, railroader, h Jones 
Davis R S, clerk, h Cleaveland 
Day James R, h Main 
Deaver Geo, engineer, h e Durham 
Debnam Mrs Maggie, h cor Watkins and Foster 
Debnam Thomas," cigar maker, h Watkins and Foster 
Debnam Walter, cigar maker, h Willard 
Denning Miss Alice, weaver, h e Durham 
Denning Miss Cora, weaver, h e Durham 



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i'ov prompt ami satisfactory Passenger and Freiglit Service. For informa- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

44 DIRECTOKY.— White. 

Benninp; Mrs Maiy A, wid, h e Durham 
Denning Tlios, forenum spinning mill, h e Durliam 
Dennis Anthony, clerk, h Liberty 
Dennis A W, clerk, h Liberty 
Dennis Charles, clerk, h Liberty 
Dennis James, clerk, h McManning 
Dennis John, tob worker, h e Dnrhara 

Devlaming A S, bof)k keeper, r cor Mangnm and Great Jones 
Dickinson Joe, contractor and builder, Roxboro, h do 
Dickinson Miss Maggie, h Roxboro 
Dickinson Thos, loom lixer, h e Durham 
Dixon Miss Jennie, cig hand, h 58 Chapel llill 
Dixon Joseph, h 58 Chapel Hill 
Dixon S A, clerk, r cor Main and Mangnm 
Dixon T G, clerk, h Ahiin 
Dixon W II, watch maker, h Bailey's al 
L)odd J II, shoe maker, Pettigrew, h do 
Dollar Mrs Zoie, h Sniokey Hollow 

Demestic Sewing Machine Co, W R Murray, agent, Mam 
nr Cleveland 

FOK BOOKS, STATIONEPvY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go to 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitakkr, ,1r., &, Co. 
Dossett Simpson, lab, h Peabody 
Doub Miss Laura, music teacher, h Main 

Dowd J W, foreman, Blackwell's Durham Co-Operative To- 
bacco Co, h Dillard 
Dowdee Herman, clerk, h Mangnm 
Dowdee E, P, harness maker, Mangnm opp Green and Wyatt 

nr cor Maiigum 
Draughon A J, grocer, Main, h Peabody 
Driver House, AI F Kirkman, Church nr Main 



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JIAXUFACTITKER OV AND DKALER IX 




iVM' HARNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS, 

'Vs=;."* BRIDLES, WHIPS, ETC., 

Mangum Street at Howerton & Bro.'s CXtrriage Factory, 



Repairing and Order Work of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch, 

^L p. n 1^ f^-.'^ ^ ,' ^ ^ ^ I Manufactured by Peek & Son, (Establish - 
1 i(e W.j)Cltl 1 Itir^O! ed 1850), 15(57 and 156'.) Broadway, and 
212 to 216 West 47th Street, New York, Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted live years. 



TUvE T[IE PIEDMONT AIR-LIXE, Passin.s tlirouyli the Cities of 
It ilei.u'li, Durham, (joldshoro, Spartanhurg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
\Mlle an'l Athtnis, to the South and Soutli West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

dTeECTOEY.— White. 45 

Dnnlap Mrs Eliza, wid, li Morris 

Dunn Brice, tinner, h Main 

Dupree AVm, carpenter, h e Dnrluun 

Durand F 0, ,!^un and locksmith, Cliiirch nr Main, h McMan- 

ning 
Durham Bobbin & Shuttle Co,-T L Watkins, pres, T D Wright, 

sec and treas, e Durham 
Durham Book Store, J B Whitaker Jr k Co, cor Main and 

Corcoran 
Driver Mrs N A, wid, IxLs Driver House 
Dudley W JI, -rocer, Main opp P 0, h South 
Duko Brodio L, W Duke Sons & Co. also leaf tobacco, h s of 

city nr limits 
Duks Beni Ef, vice pres AV Didce Sons k Co, h cor Chapel 

Hill and Willard 
Duko James B, pres W Duke Sons & Co, h 
Duke Joseph, ])ri titer, li Main 
Duke Sons "W" & Co, mfrs of cigarettes and tobacco, J B 

Duke, pres, G W Watts, sec and treas, cor Peabody and 

Cigarette 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windovvs, Braolcets, 
Balustrades, etc. 

Duke Washington, W Duke Sons k Co, h Peal»ody 

Durham Miss C, h Cleveland 

Durham Cotton Mfg Co, J M Odell, pres, W^ H Branson, sec 
and treas, e Dumam 

Durham Daily Sun, J A Robinson, editor and proprietor, 
.Nhiin nr Corcoran 

Durham Electric Light Co, J S Carr, pres, Peabody nr Pine 

Durham Miss Eula, h Cleveland 

Durham Fertilizer Co, S T Morgan, pres, J S Carr, vice pres, 
L A Carr, sec and treas, factory, e Durham, oliice, Man- 
gum nr Main 

Durham Furniture Mfg Co, J R Procter, pres, W T Red- 
mond, sec, E AV^ Kennedy, treas, cor Main and Church 

Durham Jas, 65 Chapel Kill 

Durham Land & Security' Co, JL Watkins, pres, li I Rogers, 
sec and treas, cor Main and Corcoran 

Durham Miss Lulu, cig packer, h 65 Chapel Hill 

Durham Luther, printer, h 65 Chapel Hill 

Durham Machine Shop, -TT Kerr, prop. Peal )ody nr Corcoran 

Durham Male Academy, L T Buchanan, prin, Green cor 
Cleveland 

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DIRECTOllY.— White. 



Durham Marble Works, Whitaker & Hnlin, proprietors, Main 
nr F O 

Purluim Post Oflice, J 11 Allen, postmaster, Main and Cor- 
coran 

Durham Recorder (The) (Weekly), issued every Wednes- 
day, E H Hackney, editor and propr, Main nr Mangum 

Durham Sash, Door "^and Blind Mfg Co, C Taylor, pres; 
W A Wilkerson, niang; L W Grissoni, sec and treas; cor 
Peabody and Main 

Durham School of Music, Miss Lessie M Southgate, prin, 
cor Main and Church 

Durham Street Railway Co, W T Blackwell, pres, office of 
Bank of Durham Main 

Durham T C, clerk, h Church 

Durham Walter, horse dealer, h Strayhorn 

Durliam Water Works, S W Holman, supt, office Main nr 
Mangum 

Durham W E, clerk, h Cleveland 

Durham Dr W J IT, physician, h Church 

Durham W P, grocer and supt Street R R Co, h Cleveland 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build 
ing Material. 

Dyer John W, auctioneer, h Pine 
Dymott Robt, gas titter, h 10 Carr 
Edwards H F, grocer, Mangum h do 
Eakes Miss Lucy, cig packer, h Main 
Eakes M, boarding house, h Main 
Ellington T M, butcher, h Mangum 

Ellington W W, W T Saunders & Co, h Mangum nr Main 
Elliot A G, grocer, Mangum nr Peabody h McManning 
Ellis E B, carpenter, h Watkins 
Ellis H G, carpenter, h 5 Lea 

Ellis William F, dry goods, etc, Corcoran nr Main and Mc- 
Manning 
Ellison A M, clerk, h e Durham 
Ellison Travis, h Gattis av 
Ellison Miss Willie, h Gattis av 
Elmer Mrs M 11, wid, h Liberty 
Eniory Miss Albert, weaver, h e Durham 
Emory Miss Claudia, h e Durham 
Emory Hudson, weaver, h e Durham 
Emory Mrs Mary A, h e Durham 
Englehard J C, bookkeeper, r Morris nr Watkins 

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-48^ DI UECTOEY.— VV hite~ 

Enterprise Land & Trust Co, J C Angicr, pres, W A Guth- 
rie, sec- and atty, Miiiii iir Maiigniu 
Hvans Skid, tt^b steiiiiner, h Vickors 
Exum W J, atty at law, Main nrP 0, r do 
FaisonP F, Faison &Tayl(»i', h Ealeigh 
Faison & Taylor, leaf tub, Foster nr Watkins 
Fanning Miss Bessie, seliool teacher, h Can- 
Fanning Mrs E 0, wid, h Can- 
Fanning Mies Ella, school teacher, h Can- 
Fanning F JJ, bookkeeper, h Carr 
Farmer Miss Belle, h Main 
Farmers Alliance Warehouse, J W Pope, niang, cor Main and 

Corcoran 
Farrington J C, clerk, bds Driver House 

Farthing G C, genl mdse, Main and Corcoran, h McManning 
Farthing llargus, machinist, h McManning 
Farthing T B, clerk, r cor jNIaiu and Corcoran 
Farthing W S, clerk, h Reams av 

Faucett Mrs A J, millinery and fancy goods, Mangum opp 
Baptist church 

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PLANT, dailv and weekly. Are you a subscriber? If not, wliy 
not? 

Faucett A P, tax col, h Libert}- 

Faucett Durham Tobacco & Snuff Co, E T Faucett, pres, W B 

Davie, vice pres and sec, Poplar nr Pine 
Faucett L, policenjan, h Mangum nr Main 
Faucett Mrs Laura, boarding, h e Durham 
Faucett Miss Lelia P, weaver, h e Durham 
Faucett Robert T, pres The Faucett Durham Tobacco and 

Snuff Co, hDil lard 
Faulkner Samuel, lab, h Vickers 
Ferrell Miss vVnna, h Ramseur 
Ferrell Jas, shipping clerk, h Ferrell 
Fen-ell James, h Brown 

Ferrell Miss Alartha, cig packer, h Chapel Hill 
Ferrell M V, snpt. Fire Dept h Ramseur 
Ferrel R K, collector, h Ramseur 
Ferrell Wm B, engineer, h Pine 
Ferrell W L, leaf dealer, h Ferrell 
Fidelity Bank, (The) Geo W Watts, pres, J F Slaughter, Jr, 

cashier, cor Main and Corcoran 
Finnell Albert, machinist h 24 lea 
Finnell Richard, tobacco spreader, h 24 Lea 

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1 iedll|01]l: IZTlU- 1^11)0, the South, with unsurpassed Facilities 
for promjit and satisf;iotory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 

DIKECTORY.— White. 411 

First National Bank, (The) J S Carr, pres, LI) lleartt, 

Ciishier, .Manguin uv Main 
Fisher C I, painter, h Jackson 
Fitchett James, mason and grocer, h Ramseur 
Fletcher Miss E J, cig packer, h Ramsour 
Floyd J W, clerk, hds Driver House 
Floyd T B. clerk bds. Driver House 
Follett A L, h Ramsenr 

Follett Mrs C M Y, milliner, ATain nr Church Ramsenr 
Foster W A, bookkeeper, h Morris 

Foster W E, bookkeeper and rev stamp clerk, h Morris 
Foushee O 13, clerk, h Cleveland 
Fraley Allen, rig packer, h Main 
Fraley Mrs Bettie, wid, h Main 
Fraley Francis, cig packer, h Main 
Fraley Joseph, cig maker, h Main 
Frale\' Miss Maggie, cig packer, h Main 
Fraley Miss Minnie, cig packer, h Main 
Fi'anklin L L, com traveler, h Reams av 
Freeland George, fireman, h South 

rnilE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MUNUFACTURINO 
a Co., Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping done 
in best manner. 

Freeland Miss Hattie, h Pettigrew 

Freeland J II, clerk, r cor Main and Corcoran 

Freeland JF, grocer, Main nr Mangum, h Pettigrew 

Freeman Mrs Fannie, wid, h Cleveland 

French John T, boots, shoes etc, Main next to P O, he Dur- 
ham 

Frock S, genl mdse, Mangum nr Peabod}', h Fayetteville rd 

Fuller F L, atty at law, Main nr Corcoran, cor Main and 
Dillard 

Fuller T B, bookkeeper, h Dillard 

W. J. EXUM, 



Attorney-at-Law 



5 

ROOM 5 WRIGHT BUILDING, CORNER MAIN AND CORCORAN 

STREETS, 



G[;ei\uii\e f)ni^l\kin ^oh^66Q ! 



NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



i^. ., 'T;" (. r • The Great Pa-'setrier and Freiirlit Line 

1 ICdniOqt 'An - l-<llie, of the Soatli, wUh unsurpassed Facilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Passen>:er and Freiglit Service. For informa- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



50 



DIRECTOIIY.— ^YHITE. 



Fuller "W W, atty at law, and vice pres First Xatioiial Bank, 

Main nv Corcoran, h cor Main and Dillard 
Fullerton Mrs Mary, h Alston av 
Garley Charles, weaver, h e Durham 
Gannnon Mrs J S, h Main 
(rardener 8 F, jeweler, h Cleveland 
Garner Rnfns, hox maker, h 33 Jackson 
Gates J B, dept slieriff, h Chapel Hill 
(Tates J D, tob bnyer, h Cleveland 
<lates Linwood, h Chapel Hill 
Gates Wm G, toh bnyer, h Cleveland 
(jattis Andrew, tob overseer, h Chapel Hill 
(xattis Cvrns, clerk, h Chapel Hill 
Gattis James, T J Gattis & Son, h Chapel Hill 
Gattis Jesse, tob wei2:her, h Chapel Hill 
Gattis J R, J R Gattis & Co, h Chapel Hill 
Gattis J R & Co, com merchants, cor Main and Church 
Gattis R A, li (Jiaj.el Hill 
Gattis R L, dairvman, h Chapel Hill 
Gattis T J, T J^rattis and Son also pastor N C Conference, 

h Chapel Hill 

REME^tBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall drug 
>tore building. Call aad see us. J. B. Whitaker, Jr., & Co. 

Gattis T J & Son, stationery and books. Main nr Church 
(iattis Capt W A, book keeper, h Chapel Hill 
Gayle Mrs M J, wid, h 112 Handy 
Geanes G N, clerk h Main nr Church 
Geor Fred C, St<ikes & Geer, h Roxboro 
Geortre Rev T M N, pastor St Fhillips Church, h Liberty 
Giddens Ed;?ar, tob worker h 28 Willard 



p. F. FAT ON. 



W. R. TAYLOR. 




FAISON & TAYLOR, 

1 





DUHAM, N. C. 



ORDERS SOLICITED. 

rpHE OPERA PIANO.— New Stylos! Fancy Woods! Mahogany. English 
Xoak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, 'Oriental Black. Illustrated 
(".italogue, and all information desired, prom]>tly sent by mail uiion ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK .t SON, 15()7 Broadway, New York. 



m\KE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passinn tlirougli the Cities of 
X Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greetiville, Seneoa, Gains- 
ville aud Athens, to the South and South West. For iniormiition, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



BIRECTOEiY.— W hite. 



51 



Giddens J. T, tob weigher, h 28 Willard 
Gilbert John, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Gilbert John, carpenter, h Brown 
Gilbert Miss Lilla, h Brown 
Gilbert Mis3 Lney, h Brown 
Gilbert Miss Maggie, h Brown 
Gilbert Thaddeiis'^, hauler, h Pettigrew 
iGilluni Mrs Jemima, wid, h Vickers 
Gilman W A, boarding house, h Main 
Gladstein M, grocer, Fayetteville rd, h do 
Gleeson M J, com broker, Main nr P O, bds Hotel Glaiboirfi 
Glenn Miss Emma, twister, h-e Durham 
Glenn Ilillman, farmer, h e Durham 
Glenn Miss Jane, h Cleveland 
Glenn John, foreman, h e DuHiam 
Glenn M C, engineer, h South 
Godman Oscar, woodworker,' h Main nr Cluirth 
Godwin Miss Alice, cig maker, h e Durham 
Godwin Gaston, carpenter, 'h e Durham 

Golden Belt Mfg Co, bagMufrs, J S Carr, pres, cor'PettigFew 
and Blackwell 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing., Scroll Sawing and Kipping 
done in the best manner. 

Goldstein A, h Pine 

Gooch Geo P, shuttle maker, h e Durham 
Gooch F E, h South 
Gooch S J, carpenter, h South 

Goodson J W, leaftob, Pine nr Pettigrew, h Eamsem- and 
Rowland 



'a»9 



AND DEALERS IN 



CORNER MAIN AND CHURCH STREETS, 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco j^^HCinilS: 

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



Pip- .In-* -^-i-if iA^in' T -I-r^tf» '^'^'^ groat Frt'iVIit and Passen,<rpr Linp of 
iet-lll|C)l|L CI 11 -l^ll|e, the South, with unsiiriuissfd facilities fur 
prompt and satisfactory ))assenger and freight service. For infoimation, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, 1). C. 

52 i)I RECTOKY.— WiiiTK 



Goodson T C, Icaftob, Pine nr K K, h cor Ivuinseur and Row- 
land 
Goodwin James, h Manguni 

Gorman J no Niek, leaf tob, Rigsbee av, h Sontli 
Gorman T N, Lambe & Gorman li Main 
(irabam Ellis, jr, weaver, h e Dmbam 
(jrraliam Ellis, boss dyer, he Durbani 
Graham Delia, housekeeper, h Ramseur 
Grant James, tailor, h Fuller 

Green C B. Justice of Peace, Main nr Corcoran, h Dillard 
Green Mrs Edward, wid, h Green 
Green E W, salesman, h Cleveland 
Green Fred A, student, h Dillard 
Green J M, h Peabody 
Green J T, machine hand, h Manguni 
Green John R, clerk, h Peabody 

Green Lucius, vice pres Builders Mfgand Supply Co, h Main 
Green Mrs M F, wid, h J'eabody 
Green Shelly, h Chapel Hill 
Green \Vm T, grocer. Chapel Hill, h do 

BRIGHT, NEWSY, PROGRESSIVE, THE DURHAM TOBACCO 
PLAIST, daily and weekly. Are you a subscriber? If not, why 
not? 

Greer Miss Nene, h Queen 

Grreer John, phmdjer, gas and steam titter, Main nr P h 

Rueen nr Main 
Gresham Mrs Ellen, wid, h Main 

Gresham J A, candy mfr, Main nr Church, h Cleveland 
Gresham Miss Maude, cig packer, h ^Main 




T. C. GOODSON, 

DUFcHAM, N. C. 



ORDERS SOLICITED. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



>r(i r\ 4;i '■'l^'x f Manufactured bv Peek it Son, (Establish - 

J.I\e Upeia riai^Ol ed 1850), IoGT and 1569 Broadway, and 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design. Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



MaU^ -<-1,^ '~P^ ^ 1^^ ^.-.-i- C\);.v T ' The shortest direct Hue 

i.ike tl)e I ledn^oqt '-A-iM^n^e, fvom washinj.ton,D.c., 

and Richmoiid.Va., to Atlanta, aivl Buniinghain. For imformation, ad- 



dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



53 



Griffin H G, book keeper, h McManning 

(ri-ilHn Joslina, weaver, h e Durham 

Grissom L W, sec and treas Durham Sash, Door & Blind Alfg 

Co, h ^fcManniug 
Griswold W J, broker and commission merchant, Main nr 

Mangum cor Liberty and Queen 
(Tulley Airs M A, wid, h 15 Carr 
(runter A B, h Bigsbee 
Gunter Mis C M, weaver, h e Durham 
(lunter Miss DeUa, weaver, h e Durham 
Gunter Mrs M A, wid, h e Durham 
Gunter Miss Minnie, weaver, li e Durham 
Gunter Thos, h e Durham 
Guthi-ie B II, tobacco weigher, h Cleveland 
Guthrie W A, lawyer. Main nr Mangum, h Main cor Queen 
llabell J J, mer tailor, h Morehead are 
Hackney Augristus, weaver, h e Durham 
Hackney B, h Ferrell 
Hackney E C, editor and prop Durham Recorder, Main nr 

Mangum h Corcoran and Green 
rnilE DURHAM 8A8H, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURINO 
i Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build 
ing Material. 

Hackney M S, h Eoxboro 

liailey K C, carpenter, h east Durham 

Hall Adolpheus, painter, h e Durham 

Ilall Miss Bettie, dress maker, h e Durham 

Hall Andrew, tob workei-, h Main 

Hall E D, watchman, h Morehead ave 




Practical &3s M Sleaiii Fitter, 

AND PLUh/lBER AND TINNER. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 
the erection of Cooking Ranges. Parlor 
Heaters, Water Closets. Bath Tubs, Pumps, 
Tanks, Lead and Iron Piping. 

OFFICE, MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE SEARS' LIVERY 
STABLE. 



Slwky^ ^elikble ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



(T), -^ 4. <a)' c T ' The <n'eat Freiirlit and Piissenger Line o< 

1 leaiHOllt 'fTLll-L(ll"|e, the Soutli, with unsurpassed fticilities foi 
prompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information 
address, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 



54 



DI RECTORY.— White. 



Hall Mrs Isabelle, h e Durham 

Hall Jas, box maker, h Peabody 

Hall J H, photographer, bds Driver House 

Hall T Y, inaehinist, h 11 Carr 

llalliburtou Mrs Anna, wid, h Liberty 

Halliburton J H, sec and treas the Faucett Durham Tobacci 

and Snutf Co, h Dillard 
Halliburton W S, cashier the Bank of Durham, h Main 
Hamilton J W, fruits etc. Main nr Mangum h Main 
Hamlet Miss Annie, cig packer, h e Durham 
Hamlet David, h e Durham 
Hamlet Miss Lucy, speeder, h e Durham 

Hammett , tobacco buyer, h South 

Hancock Miss Mary J, h South 

Hanks Wm H, foreman, h c Durham 

Ilapper R W B, auctioneer, h Roxboro 

Hardee Miss Sarah F, dressmaker, h McManning 

Harden G M, livery stable, Main nr Five Points h Chapel Hil 

Harden Henry, Clerk, h Chapel Hill 

Harden Miss Lena, h Chapel Hill 

ILargis James 0, tob .'T.rker,h w Durham 

Foil BOOKS, ST A'. lONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go t 
the Durliam B(^ok Store of 

.7. B. Whitakeh, Jr., & Co. 



HF DilR 






^^tal)li>'^lie(i ii) 1§^0, kt liillsboi^o, >!. 
MOVED TO DURHAM IN 1879. 



i1?J 



Y7f 



^"Tf 



Having the Largest Circulation, and is th 
Best Advertising Medium in the "Golden 
Belt Tobacco Section " 

#, e. Mm€MME¥t 

Editor and Proprietor, 



y_j^ ^^ ,x (v^'x^ I Manufactured bv Peek & Son, (Establis 

ii\e Urpeia riailOl edl850), 1507 and 15G9 Broadway, ai 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant 



finish, Warranted five years. 





Co 



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F\ichmond^ VA. 



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^ 1 ^1 't)' 1 J. c'T' • T ' To the South and South 

ake tlie I lediiiorit Air-J^ir|e west,Moutgomery, 



ilobile, New Urleons, Shrive[)nrt, Texas and Cahfbinia. For inioimation, 
-ddress, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 

DIEECTORY.— White. 55 

lai'gis Miss Lnetta, h w Durham 

larris Mrs Susan C, wid, li w Durham 

larp C T li, painter, h 06 Chapel Hill 

larper R B, tobacco buyer_, h South 

larper Wm, turner, h Vickers 

Ttirris J W, shoe maker, h Main 

larris Miss Lizzie, h M;iin 

larris Mrs Mahala, wid, h Bailey's al 

larris Mrs Dr T W, wid, h Main 

lartman Adam, weaver, li e Durham 

lartman John, carder, h e Durham 

lartmon AV T, reporter, h Cleveland 

larward John L, dairyman, h Eailroad st 

laskell M, groeer, 55 Cliapel Hill, h do 

laskins Bobert, B Ilaskins & Co, h Cleveland 

laskins Bobert & Co, leaf tob, cor Watkins and Foster 

Jayes E.ias, elevator lifter, h e Durham 

layes II B, clerk, h Pine 

layes Mrs Jennie, weaver, h e Durham 

layes John, weaver, h e Durham 

r [IE 'DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Builders, don't contract for your house until you see us. No 
liarge for estimates. 

layes Miss Maggie, weaver, h e Durham 
leartt E A, clerk, h Carr 




f 

CUT FLOWERS AND BOUQUETS 

A SPECIALTY. 

CHOICE NEW ROSES AND 
eveiything for the Garden, Ever- 
greens, Shrubs and Shade Trees of 
all Varieties furnished upon short 
notice. Lawns, Garden and Cemetery 
Lots carefully looked after and kept 
in order. 

CHABGES MODEBATE. 
KEUBEN HIKBERD. 

RAMSEUR ST., opp REAMS AV, 
DUBIIAM, N. C. 



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



mAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing ti.rongli the Cities of 
I Alexandria, Chui-Jottesville, Lynohburg, Danville, (Jicensboro, Keids- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and Soulli West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

56 DlPvECTORY.— White. 

Heartt F II, dnii^ clerk, r cor Main and Corcoran 
Ileartt Howard E, machinist, li CMiapel Hill 
Heartt Leo D, cashier The First National Bank,h Cha[»el IIiI! 
llegg Frank, painter, h lloHoway 
Henderson A, ck^'k, h lianiseur 

Henderson Dr L B, dentist, cor Main and Clinrch h Eamseur 
Henderson Miss Mary, h Kaniseur 
Henderson 11 G, l)Ook keej)er, h Cleveland 
Henderson Miss Sallie, h Raniseur 
Hendon W D, foreman, r cor Main and Manguni 
Henry Chas E, clerk, h Pettigrew 
Henry R L D, farmer, h Pettigi-ew 
Henry W P, hook keeper, h Pettigrew 
Herndon & Atwater, ice mfrs, ^h^in nr limits 
Herndon & Bagwell, groceries, M^angnm nr Main 
Herndon C M, ice manf, h Kamseur 
Herndon Mrs D, wid, h Main 
Herndon Mrs Fannie, weaver, h e Durham 
Herndon Gee, hox maker, h Lea 
Herndon John A, cig packer, h Main 

milE DAILY TOBACTJO PLANT has the lai'gest bona ji,l.- circulation 
8 ever secured by a Durham daily. Tlierefore it is the best advertising 
medium. 

Herndon Julia, waslier, h Pop)lar 
Herndon M C,'h Chapel Hill 
Herndon Miss Mittie, dress maker, h Main 
Herndon Xazor V, box maker, h Main 
Herndon Miss Sarah, dress maker, h Main 
Herndon T B, printer, h Main 
Herndon W R, livery stables, Mangum, h Green 
Herndon W T, Herndon & Bagwell, h Morrisville 
Hester J W, tobacco works, h Cleveland 
Hester AV I), clerk, r cor Peabody and Mangum 
Hibberd H, florist, Ramseur opp Reams av, h Main 
Hicks J M W, book keeper, bds Hopkins House 
Hio^h C A, farmer, h South 
High C C, farmer, h South 
High James, h Ramseur 
High John, lab, h Ramseur 
Highsmith L "W, tob worker, h Yancey 
Hill R Q, carpenter, h Fuller 
Hinton Miss Cora, h Rigsbee ave 
Hinton Robt, cigarette maker, h Rigsbee ave 
Hinton Wm, box maker, h Rigsbee ave 

Ml /^ ^, ©'X Manufactured by Peek & Son. (Establish- 

1 Jqe Upeia riar|0, ed ISoO), 1567 and ]5(;9 Broadway, and 
212 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



VW.i .1 (v)-i <u('^'<.T' To the South and South 

lake tlie riedn^Ollt Air- i^ine west, Montgomery, 



Mobile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and California, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington. D. C. 

DIEECTORY.— White. 



For information, 



57 



llinton Mrs W J, wid, h Rio:sbee ave 

Hirst Miss Funny, weaver, h Pettigrew 

Holder Ilenv}', farmer, h east Dnrhani 

Holder Orlando, stal)lenian, h 7 Lea 

llolen Anderson, lab, h 60 Chapel Hill 

Holland Lenn, printer, h Chapel Hill 

Holiowa}' Edward, clerk, h McManning 

Holloway James A, wagon mfr, cor Liberty and Roxboro h 

Liberty 
Holloway Leon, h Green 
Holland N D, clerk, h Chapel Hill 
Hollowa}' Robert, clerk, h McManning 
Holloway Miss Rosa, h Green 
Hollowa}' S T, lirick mason, h Cleveland 

Holloway W H, horseshoer and blacksmith. Green nr Cleve- 
land, h do 
Holloway W J, book keeper, h McManning 
Holman Miss Bessie, h Dillard 
Holnian S W, snpt water works, h Dillard 
Holsonback W R, clerk, r cor Peabody and Mangnm 
rptlE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURINO 
I Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windovvs, Brackets, 
Balustrades, «.tc. 

Hood Mrs Mary S, h 6 Carr 

Hopkins Miss Ester, seamstress, h Ferrell 

Hopkins James, tob worker, h Ferrell 

Hopkins Johnnie, h Ferrell 

Hopkins W H, boarding house, Cleveland 

Hopson Miss Bettie, cig packer, h Mangnm 



MANUFACTURTR OF 

CARRIAGES, CARTS, 

'^"^^M^^/h WAGONS, 

WHEELBARROWS, 

ETC, ETC. 




*DURHAM, N. C 



Respectfully solicits a liberal share of the public patronage, and guaran- 
tees satisfaction both in style and prices. Repairing of all kinds done at 
short notice and in the best manner at low prices, for cash only. Horse 
Shoeing at Bottom Figures. 

Slkdkweir^ f)ufl\kin ^ohk66o ! 

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



rilAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Pa.-^sing tl. rough the Cities of 
X Alexaiuhia, Charlottesville, Lynchljurg, Danville, Greensboro, Reids- 
viile, Salislmry, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For ini'onnation, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

58 



DI RECTORY.— W HiTE. 



IIopsoii T B, jailer Durham co jail, h Man<<uni 

Horn Miss Letitia, dress maker, Wyatt h do 

lloniaday James M, foreman, r cor Green and Morris 

IIornl»y J M, foreman, h Green cor Morris 

Ilorton Mrs Ans>:eline, wid, li e Diu'ham 

Horton Miss Cornelia, b Fuller 

Ilorton Miss Martha, weaver, h e Durham 

Horton Miss, Minnie, cig packer, h Fuller 

Hoton Mrs, Saphrosna, wid, h e Durham 

Houston Denj, carpenter, South, h do 

Howard Frank, tob worker, h Fuller 

Howard George AY, shoemaker, b Main nr Church 

Howard Mrs, Martha, wid, h Vickers 

TL)well k Co, gen merchandise, Mangum nr Main 

Howell H C, Howell & Co, also lumber dealer, Mangum nr 

Main, h outside limits 
Howell John, carpetiter, h e Durham 
Howell Joseph, carpenter, h w Durham 
Howell Miss Minnie, student, h Jones 
Howerton C P, 11 T Howerton & 13 ro, b cor, Manginn ami 

Hunt 

SHbscribe to the Daily Tobacco Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Howerton H T, Howerton & Bro, b Cleaveland 
Howerton R T, RT Howerton & Bro, b Cleveland 
Howerton R T & Bro, mfrs carriages, and buggies also under- 
takers, Mangum op[i Green 
Hudgins Miss Cora L, dress maker, b 7 Carr 
Hudgins W C, l)ar clerk, h 7 Carr 




9 



PRACTICAL 

II o t? B iB ii, o a I?' 

— AM) — 

Green Street, near Cleveland, 

DURHAM, N. C. 

HorKosShod on correct principles. Thousands of horses are permanenlly injured 
bv bad shoeinsr. The undersigned has studied the anatomy «f the^ horse's foot, aiid 
li'is had manv years' experience, and he believes that he can satisfy any reasonable 
horse owner with his work. He solicits a share of the public's patronage. 

HE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fatioy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut. Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired. ]iromptly sent Uy mail upon 
application. '"Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



W(,1 _-( <r)' -I j_ C\)' L r ' Tlie s1iortft.-t direct liiu? 

lake tqe 1 iedi"noiit ^rYii-l^me, ivom washin-ton,D.c., 

nnd Richmon<I, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For imformation, ad- 
<lress, J. L. Taylor, Wasliingto)i, D. C. 

DIRECTORY. -White. 5J 



ITuggins T M, lab, h 7 Carr 

lliiii:t!:iii8 II W, compositor, h cor Green and Vickers 

Hulin Charles J, Whitaker & IIulin,li Main 

Hunneycutt E P, machine hand, h Morehead ave 

lluneycutt W H, grocer, h Morehead ave 

llnnnicutt AVni, machinist, h 12 Carr 

JInnt J M, h Alston av 

Hunter C F, canvasser, h Red Cross 

Hunter Henry, box maker, h raih'oad st 

Hunter Will, hib, h \v Durham 

Ilurdlestons Wm, tob worker, h Ferrell 

Ilurst Miss Fannie, weaver, h e Durham 

Ilntchins Chester, book keeper, h Cleveland 

Hutchins J W, meats, 1 City Market Ramseur 

Ilntchins Miss Martha, h Wyatt 

Hutchins Miss Rebecca, dress maker, h Wyatt 

Hutchins T II, liutcher, bds Driver House 

Hutchins Mrs Tomesia, h Wyatt 

Inskoer James, h Ferrell 

Irwin J D, carpenter, h Main 

THE DURHAM SA.SH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURIN(t 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 

Irwin Miss Mamie, h Main 

Israel W R, mano; J F Jordan, r Main nr P 

Jackson James, weaver, h e Durham 

Jally Mrs Sallie, wid, h Main 

Jasper Mrs F A, wid, h e Durham 

Jetton C P, machinist, h Jackson 

Johnson Miss Annie, weaver, h e Durham 

Johnson Claud, weighmaster, h Jackson 

Johnson Duke, tob worker, h Main 



DEALER IN 



3rf ieodss leticiii, SliiSj litij 

AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 

Sit!iiiii»tii iiisi itis ^«^ lift 

G(;entLir|e f)nt^l\ciG| ^ohh66o ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



(Z^. -, 4- (\j' L T ' The Great Pa-senger and Freijjlit Lin^^ 

J iedn]OI) t iiU - mIIIG, ot the south, wltli unsurpassed Facilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freiglit Service. For informa- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



(iO 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



Joliuson Miss Fannie, h Smoky Hollow 

Jolmson Edwin, dryer, b e Durham 

Johnson Miss Ella, weaver, h eDurham 

Johnson Jesse, heamer, h e Durham 

Johnson J D, carpenter, h Broadway 

Johnson J W, tob worker, b Yancey 

Johnson Rev L L, pastor M E Church, b e Durham 

Johnson Dr N M, physician, and of N M Johnson & Co, h 

South 
Johnson Dr N M & Co, druggists, cor .Main and Church 
Johnson W L, tob weigher, b Yancey 
Johnston Alice, b e Durham 
Johnston Claudius, clerk, b 33 Jackson 
Johnston Mabin, farmer, b e Durham 
Jones A L, grocer, bds Di-iver House 
Jones Miss Alice, cig packer, h Jackson 
Jones Miss Annie, weaver, h e Durham 
Jones Chas, box maker, b Jones 
Jones MrsE C, dress maker, b Ferrell 
Jones Miss Emma, spooler, b e Durham 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
tlie corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall drug 
store building. Call aad see us. J. B. Whitaker, Jr., & Co. 

Jones G C, tob worker, li Terrell 

Jones Mrs G C, wid, h Jackson 

Jones G R, livery stable, cor Orange and Rigsbee av, h do 




M. H. JONES, 



-DEALKR IN- 



W4f OSIS. HISSES, 

Jewelry, Fine Silver 



SILVER PLATED WAKE, 

SPECTACLES, ETC., 

Main Street, DURHAM, N. C. 



S 



PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 
Repairing Fine Watches, Jewelry, &c. 



Manufactured by Peek & Son, (Establish- 



y^- ^^ ^v t*- 'Y I iVianuiaciureu oy x-eeK ot ouii, (^ju^uiuii.-Mi- 

iT\e Upera r iar|0 ! ed ISoO), ISGT and ISeO Broadway, and 



12 to 210 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing throucrh tlie Cities of 
Raleii,'li, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains*- 
ville and' Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTOIIY.— White. 61 



Jones James W, yard con II & D R R, h Liberty 

Jones 'Tohn W, Jones & Lyon, h Cleveland 

Jones & Lyon, dry goods, notions and gent's furnishings, 
Main uv Manguni 

Jones M H, watchmaker and jeweler. Main nr Mangiim, li 
Morris 

Jones Mrs Pattie, weaver, h e Durham 

Jones & Powell, coal, Sidney Scott, agt, Railroad 

Jones R II, tob dealer, h Chapel Hill 

Jones R M, farmer, h Jones 

Jones Richard, farmer, h Jones 

Jones Miss Sarah, h e Durham 

Jones S J, tob worker, h Pine 

Jones Thomas D, fancy leaf tob, cor Morgan and Great 
Jones, h cor Chapel Hill and Willard 

Jones T J, clerk, h Main nr Mangum 

Jordan Mrs Annie, school teacher, h Ramseur 

Jordan C A, bank teller, h Mangnm 

Jordan Miss Emma, box maker, h Morehead av 

Jordan E J, hostler, h Morehead av 

mUE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
L Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 

<lone in the best manner. 

Jordan J F, leaf tob, Main nr P 

Jordan Mrs Sadie, wid, h Morehead av 

Kaufman Sol, tish, oysters and produce. Main also City Mar- 
ket, bds Driver House 



SOL. KAUFMAN, 




AND DEALER IN FRESH FISH & OYSTERS, ALSO WHOLESALE 
dealer in Fruits and Produce. Consignments Solicited. Returns 
Promptly Made. City Market and Main street, 



Slwky^ ^elikble ! 



BLACKW^ELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



ix^' 1 , C\)' ^ J • The great Freiglit and Fusseugrr Line o 

1 letin'^Ol^L iiill-J^lt^e, the Soutli, with unsurpassed facilities t<.r 
prompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

G2 DIRECTORY.— White! 

Kelly Miss Ann, Aveaver, h e Durham 

Kelly Mrs Elizabeth, wid, h e Durham 

Kelly J D, grocer, h Chapel llill 

Kelly Joe, weaver, h e Durham 

Kelly John, weaver, h e Durham 

Kelly John E, tob worker, h 59 Chapel Hill 

Kelly Miss Lena, cig packer, h Chapel Ilill 

Kelly Miss M C, cig packer,'h 59 Chapel Hill 

Kelly Miss Xancy, spooler, h e Durham 

Kelly Reuben, tob worker, h 59 Chapel Hill 

Kendal! C B, compositor, h Dandy 

Kennedy Prof E W, treas The Durham Furniture Mfg Co, 
and SLipt Durham Graded School, r Parrish Bldg, Main 

Kennedy James, tailor, h 4 Carr 

Kerner J G, painter, h Cleveland 

Kerr John T, prop Durham Machine Shop, Peabody nr Cor- 
coran, h Dillard 

King Miss Alice, weaver, h e Durham 

King BelHeld, packer, h e Durham 

King J H, compositor, h Holloway 

BRIGHT, NEWSY, PROGRESSIVE, THE DURHAM TOBACCO 
PLANT, daily and weekly. Are you a subscriber? If Jiot, why 
not? 

King J W, farmer, h e Durham 

King W D, leaf dealer, h Pettigrew 

Kirke H C, lapper, h e Durham 

Kirke Wm, weaver, h e Durham 

Kirk land J L, P O clerk, h Carr 

Kirkland Thos M, h 2 Carr 

Kirkland L J, clerk, h South 

Kirkman M L, prop Driver House, Church nr Main 

Knight C J, h e Durham 






NOW UNDER MANAGEMENT OF M. L. KIRKMAN. 



WE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO ACCOMMODATE THE TRAV- 
eling jniblic in the most comfortable manner, both gentlemen and 
ladies. The pulilie may feel assured of a quiet house and a clean home. 
Table good. 

fi@» BOARDERS WANTED.-^a 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany, English 
Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, "Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, p^romptly sent by mail upon ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



^p1V^ltvu^T^■^ ^ii^ T it- ^ The gveat Passenger and Fi-eiglit Line of 
1 1CU11^0I(L ^ll-L(n(U, the South, with unsurpassed Facilities 
lor prompt and satisi'aetory passenger and i'reiglit service. For information 
address, J. L. Taylor, VVasliington, D. C. 

DIRKCTOIiY.— White. 63 

Ivniijjht Mrs llattie, wid, h e Durham 

Ivodiice Charles, printer, h Cleveland 

Kramer All)ert, We1)b & Kramer, r McManning 

Kramer Samuel, S Kramer & Co, h 29 Dandj 

Kramer Samuel & Co, cigar mt'rs, Man2;um i)et Main and K R 

La(hl J P, hib, h e Durham 

Lamb W B, engineer R & D R R, bds Hotel Claiborn 

Lamhden E T, brick mfr and jjlasterer, h Hollovvay 

Lambe & Gorman, clothiers, Main nr Mangum 

Lambe T -J, Lambe & Goi-man, h Mangum 

Lansdell J J, U S Ct^ii and Surveyor, li Manguiu 

Lansdeli Mary I, school teacher, h Mangum 

Laswell Mis Maggie, school teacher, li Mangum 

Latta , carpenter, h e Durham 

Law Harry, printer, h Hoi low ay 
Law Miss Kate, h Holloway 
Law Miss Lucy, h Holloway 
Law Thos, printer, h Hollowa\" 
Lawrence Mis Mary, wid, h Strayhoru 
Lawrence Mrs R L, wid, h South 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MUNUFACTURING 
Co., Woodworkers, Turning, Phming, .Scroll Sawing and flipping done 
in best manner. 

Lawrence Thos, lab, h Strayhoru 

Laws B S, printer, h Main 

Laws John, clerk, r Parrish and Mangum 

Lea Chas W, tob buj-er, h Morris 

Lea Ellis, machine liand, h Fuller 

Lea E T, iish dealer. City Market, h Pine 

Lea John, tol) l)uyer, h Reams av 

Lea Miss MoUie, h Morris 

Lea N P, X PLea & Co, h Caswell Hill 

Lea K P & Co, leaf tob. Fuller nr Morgan 

Lea Rudolph G, leaf tob, Watkins nr Foster, h cor Lea and 

Proctor 
Lea AV A, sales manager Parrish Warehouse, h Morris 
I^eatliers Miss Annie L, h Main 
Lee Mrs Bettie L, seamstress, h Mangum 
Lee E J, grocer. Chapel Hill h do 
Lee Henry C, carpenter, h South 
Lee Robt, wStudent, h Chapel Hill 
Lee Thos B, carpenter, h South Green 
Lee Mrs Wm T, wid, h South 
Lehman Miss E, h ]Slain nr Mangum 



^ eiiaDie ai\a ; 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



i\elikble ki\d ^kti^fkctoi^y ! 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passine thionghf tlie oities of 
Raleigh, Durham, (Toldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

04 DIEECTORY.— White. 



Lehman Samuel, clothing etc, Main bet Mangumand Corcoran, 
r do 

Leathers John, cig packer, h Ferrell 

Levy Jacob, dry goods, etc, cor Main and Mungnm, h Dillard 

Lewter A A, box maker, h Blackwell I'ark 

Lewter A S, station agt, R & D R R, h Liberty 

Lewter W, enginee^i', h Bhickwell Park 

Lewter Miss M E, h Blackwell Park 

Lewter S, clerk, r cor Main and Mangum 

Lindsey J M, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 

Little Thomas, life ins agt, h 115 Dandy 

Lloyd A E, Robertson, Lloyd & Co, h Chapel Hill 

Lloyd Miss Annie, weaver, h e Durham 

Lloyd Mrs Fannie, wid, h e Durham 

Lockhart J S, prcjp Banner Warehouse Main opp P 0, h Dil- 
lard 

Lockheart Miss Lillie, h Dillard 

Lockwood Miss Eliiora, weaver, h e Durham 

Lockwood Jesse, weaver, h e Durham 

Lockwood Mrs S C, wid, h e Durham 

^OR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go to 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. WniTAKEii, Jr., & to. 

Loefler J G, watchmaker, r Main 
Lonir James, carpenter, h Watkins 
Long John S, J AV Smith & Co, h Main 
Long Joseph, foreman, h 33 Jackson 
Long Matt, fertilizer mfr, h Pettigrew 
Long R T, overseer, h Mangum 

Lord , hardware, h Chapel Hill 

Lougee Geo E, Jr, printer, h Broadway 



¥ 



THE BANNER WAREHOUSE, 

— FOR SALE OF — 

LEAF TOBACCO, 

JOHN S. LOCKHART, Proprietor. 

^E BOUGHT AND SOLD MORE TOBACCO LAST YEAR THAN 
V T any oilier house in the State— and we propose to still lead, both ni 
priee and quantity. Consignments solicited. Quick sales and prompt 
returns. _^ 

rpHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles I Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
1 lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Hlus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



w 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LIXE. PassinL' tliroufzh the Cilios of 
J_ Piuleigh, Durham, (xold.-.l)oro, Spartmihuig, Greenville, Seneoa, Gain^ 



ville and Athens, to the South and South West 
J. L. Taylor, VVashinjrton, D. C 



For intbrniation, addre; 



DIR ECTOli Y.— W HiTE. 



Go 



Lougee George E, tin and sheet M'on worker, Main nr P O, 

h Broadway 
Longee W G, tinner, li Broadway 
Love George, painter, h o3 Jackson 
Lowe Mis Francis, wid, h Gi'eeu 
Lowe J L, niacbinist, h Green 
Lowe Dr W M, physician, h Main 
Lumley Mrs Frances, wid,h Eeanis ave 
Luniley G C, carpenter, h Lea 
Lniuiey W E, cigarette packer, h Reams ave 
Lunslord Miss Ada B, h Alston ave 
Lunsl'ord Miss Annie, h Maugum 
Lunsford Edgar, farmer, h Mangnm 
Lunsford Miss Lelia M, h Alston ave 
Lunsford Miss Maggie, h Mangnm 
Lunsford Paschall, register of deeds, court honse Main, h 

t^outh 
Lunsford Win, tob Vmyer, h Alston ave 
Lunsford Wm, clerk, h Mangum 
Lunsford W D, tob buyer, h Mangum 

mHE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURIN(J 
A_ Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 

Lnnsford W E, weighmaster Parrish W II, h Mangum 
Lynch Dr Wm, dentist, Parrish building Mangum, h Lynch 
Lynn Geo, tob worker, h Ramseur 
Lynn Mrs Nettie, h Ramseur 
Lynn Wm, tob worker, h Ramseur 
Lyon Arthur, clerk, h Ramseur 




E. E. LYON 



—DEALER IN 



Leaf Tobacco, 

DUHAM, N. C. 



Corresjiondence solicited. Personal at- 
tention given to all orders intrusted to my 
care. 



Blackwell's Durliain Tobacco f^^lirri,!,"™: 

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



P-j •<- ^'V'' <. T ' The Oi'oat rii-siMij^er and Fr<n<ilit LiiK 

ledlHOr] L 2111 - mIHC, o^ the south, wirli unsu!-j)asso(l Faciliti^- 
for prompt and satisfactoi-y P;uss(>ii;.'er and Freight Service. For iMfdiin t 
tion, a(l<h'e!-s, .1. L. Taylor, AVasliington, D. C. 

06 IDIR ECTO II Y .— \V n rns. 



Lyon Miss Dora, seamstress, r Mangnni 

Lyon E K, mang for Martin k Thonq'son, h Hunt 

Lyon J E, Jones & Lyon, h Ramsenr 

Lyon Miss Lesle, rniiliner, h Miingniu 

Lyon P T. cashier Farmers Alliance Warehouse, h Alston av 

Lyon E, E, leaf tobacco broker, cor Church and Peabody,!! 
.Main cor Peabody and Duke 

Lyon T B, book keeper, h Alston ave 

Lyon Miss ITva, h Puniseur 

Lyon Miss Ximina, h Hunt 

LyonZ I & Co, nifs smoking tobacco, E J Pai'risli jirop, c(^r 
IVttigrow and Pine 

McCabe Wm H, insurance, cor ]Slain and Corcoran, h Cleve- 
land 

McClees Thomas L, fresh and salt lish, stall 4 City Market, li 
Ramsenr 

^tlcCowan M E, stock keeper, h Carr 

McDiide J S, carpenter, h Morehead ave 

McDowell J A, treasurer Blackwell's Durham Co-Operative 
Tobacco Co, h Philadelphia 

REME3rBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall drug 
.-■tore buildini;. Call aad see us. J. B. Whitaker, Jr., A: Co. 

McDowell M E, vice pres Blackwell's Durham Co-operative 

Tobacco Co, h Philadelphia 
McGary Mrs Annie, wid, h Morris 
McGary Charles, pay master Duke's, h Morris 
McGra'y Wm, B cleVk, h Morris 
McGhee Miss Dorah, cig packer, h 23 Lea 
McGhee ]\[iss Eliza, cig packer, b 28 Lea 
McGhee ^liss Eannie, sack maker, h 23 Lea 
McGhee Miss Ludelia, cig packer, h 23 Lea 
McGhee Miss Margarite L, cig packer, h 23 Lea 
McGhee W H, farmer, h 23 Lea 
McKenzie Miss Lizzie, box maker, h Mangum 
McLean James, clerk, h Mangum 

McLean Jesse R, clerk Banner Warehouse, h 41 Pcttigrew 
McLees Thomas A, com mer, h Ramseur 
McLennan J AT, clerk, bds Roxboro 
McLeod Miss C N, weaver, h e Durham 
McLeod Mrs M A, wid, h e Durham 
McMannen J A, machinist, h McManning 
McMurray C C, tinner, h Hunt 
McMurray Miss Lizzie, h Hunt 



THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Hliis- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, j)roniptIy sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



>,<, , -, (^)- ^ ^ (Ti* T • To the South and South 

lake [lie I iedri^orit £r\ir-J^nie wost, Montgomery, 

Mobile, New Oi-leon,-^, Shriveport, Texas iunl California. For infornuition, 
nddress, J. L. T.iylor, Washington. D. C. 

DIE ECTOR Y.— W h itk. 67 



McPheron D, J A Tatnrn & Co, li Peubody 

McPlierson D, cariienter, h Fuller 

McPlierson ?\Iiss Dnlina, oig packer, li Peabody 

MePlieison II, carpenter, h Peabody 

McWilliamsP, barness and collar iiifr, cor ^Nlain and Corcor- 
an, b Foster 

Maclvay Josepb J, insurance, Main nr Manguni li Cleveland 

MacKay Miss Mary, b Cleveland 

Maddry J M, carpenter, b Vickers 

Maiden Mark, carpenter, b e Durbani 

Main Street Metiiodist cburcb, Rev Kobab Bumpas, pastor, 
Mai n 

Mainav J IT, utacbine Viand, b Jackson 

Mainard Miss Laura, dressmaker, b e Durbam 

jMallory J T, nianir Stokes' Opera House and bill poster, L'ar- 
risb, b Green 

Malone Jobn, clerk, b Peabody 

Malone L V, box maker, b Morris 

Maner Miss Ann, h Main 

Maner John, carpenter, b Fuller 

rpiTE DURirAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
I Co., ]\Ianufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay- Windows, Brackets, 

Balustrades. &e. 

Maner Josepb, lab, b Fuller 

Maner Miss Nannie, b Fuller 

Maner Mrs Tabby, wid, b Main 

Maner Wrn J, engineer, b Fuller 

Man2:um Atlas, li e Durbam 

Mangiim D C, clerk Superior Court, Court House, Main, b 

cor McManning and Proctor 
Mangum DeWitt, macbinist, b }.bingum 

/ILLIAMS, 

MAXr!''ACTrREK AND DKALEK IX 

i'liiifs, mnm mm, m 

S\MlLEI!IOFraRYDESCBraN. 

Repairing done day or night. Satisfaction guaranteed. Buggy Tops, 

Cushions andDashes made to order. Harness cleaned and put 

in first-class order. Give ine a csll. 

Comer Mai^^ rf- Covcopcztl Sts. , DulpIxclttl, JNT. C 

©Ikd^weU'^^ ©ui^lT^iil ¥obk66o ! 

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




rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIRLINE, p.assinjr Ihrouirht the rinVs of 
I FJaleiiili, Durham, Goldshoi'o. Spaitanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Clains- 
ville and Athens, to tlie South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washin<;ton, D. C. 



i>8 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



.Mangani F R, carpenter, h Cleveland 

Mangnni J S, W Mangiini k Son, h Liberty 

Mangtnn Mrs Martha, wicl, h e Durham 

Mangnni P G, li Main 

Mangnni Miss Phalia, weaver, h e Durham 

Mangum Miss T, h Mangum 

Mangum Wiley, farmer, h Mangum 

Mangum AVillis, undertaker, Church cor Main, h Proctor 

Mangum Win, tob worker, h e Durham 

Mangum William, nitV sash, doors, mouldings etc, also W 

Mangum & Son. Green nr Morris, h Green 
Mangum W & Son, dry goods, etc, Mangum nr Peabody 
Manning" James S, Manning & Manning, h McManning 
Manning John, Manning & Manning, h Chapel Hill 
Manning Dr John M, physician and surgeon, Parrish Bldg, 

Mangum, r do 
Manning & Manning, lawyers, AVright Bldg, Main nr P O 

Manufacturers House Furnishing Agency, blinds, tiles, 

grates, etc, }*eabody 
Markham A D, farmer, h Pettigrew 

Subscribe to thii Dail}^ Tobacco Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Markham C J, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 
Markham Miss Emma, dressmaker, h Chapel Hill 
Markham Felix D, high sheriff Durham County, Ct House, 

Main, h outside limits 
Markham H H, salesman, h Proctor and McManning 
Markham H P, clei'k Southern Express, h Kigsbee av 
Markham Jasper, horse dealer, bds Driver House 
Markham J M, h Chapel Hill 
Markham J W, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 



WM. MANGUM, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 



All work executed with promptness and in the most workmanlike manner. 
Also COTTON GINNER and WOOL CARDER, 

Green, Between Foster and Morris Streets, Durham, N. C. 

HE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles I Fancy Woods! Mahogany, English 
Oak, Bni'led Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, 'Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1507 Broadway, New York. 



T 



Wi.i .1 \)' 1 ^ C\)' L T ' Tlie sliortest direct line 

ikke tlie liedrnoqt iA:ii-L(ii]e, f,,„n Washington, d.c, 

aiid Rit^hniond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For imtbrniation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, I). C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 69 



Markham John L, cotton buyer, genl nidse and agt South- 
ern Express, cor Main and Mangum, li Cleveland 

Markliani John AV, grocer, cor K R and Mangum, h Main 

.\hirkhani M F. salesman, r cor Main and Mangum 

Markliam M J, clerk, h l^eabody 

Markham Miss Mittie, dress maker, h Chapel Hill 

Ahirks MrsLannie, li Smoky Hollow 

Marsh Miss L A, dress maker, Main nr Church, h Dillard 

Martin Thomas H, Martin & Thompson, h Pettigrew cor 
Jackson 

Martin & Thompson, leaf tob, cor Parrish and Corcoran 

Martin W M, tob" worker, h Railroad 

Mason James B, clerk, h cor McManning and Proctor 

Mason Miss Sal lie, h McManning 

Mason W C, farmer, h McManning 

Mason W J, grocer, h South 

Massey John, mill hand, h e Durham 

Massey W J, tob worker, h Angle r av 

Matthews A B, X M Johnson^fe Co, druggists, h South 

Matthews P>enJ, h South 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding?, Build- 
ing Material. 

Matthews James, weaver, h e Durham 

Matthews J B, drug clerk, h South 

May Miss I, h Brown 

May James, mason, h Brown 

May Miss Martha, h Brown 

Mayes Stokes, machinist, h 13 Carr 

Maynard Adolphus, lab, h Angier av 

Mayn(;r Wm, contractor, r cor Main and Mangum 

Mays Charles, machinist, h Main 

^anningT manning, 

Attorneys-at-Law, 

WRIGHT BUILDING, CORNER MAIN AND CORCORAN STREETS, 



Slw^y^ ^elikMe ! 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



niAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing tlironph the Cities oi' 
X Alexandria, Cliailottesville, Lyncliburj:, L>iinville, Greensboro, HiA(h- 
ville. Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and Soutli West. 
For infoimation, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



70 



DIKECTOKY.— White. 



Mays John, machinist, h >[ain 

Medlin Miss Cora, weaver, h e Durham 

Medlin James F, farmer, h e Durham 

Medlin ^Ym, farmer, h e Durham 

>reivin Joshua, clerk, h Jones 

Melvin Walter, box maker, h Jones 

Mercer Mrs J C, wid, h Morris 

Mesley J S, mer taikn-. Main nr Church, h Cleveland 

Messino:er Wm, tob worker, h Main 

Methodist Female Seminary, Mrs TG Cozart,prin,cor Church 

and Liberty 
Michaels A II, dru«: clerk, h Cleveland 
Miller Mrs C A, h Mangum 

Miller Mrs E B, dress maker, h 20 Morehead av 
Moan James, valet, h Chapel Hill 
Moffit Addie, dom, h e Durham 
Monk Mrs B D, wid, h Bed Cross 
Monk Miss Maude, h Bed Cross 
Monroe Dr J P, physician and surgeon, 4 AVright Bldg, Main, 

r do 

FOR BOOKS. STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go t.> 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B WnrrAKKK, Jn., & Co. 

Moore Mrs Jennie, dress maker, h Green 

Mooring John B, h Lea 

Morehead Banking Co, G S Watts, pres, W M Morgan, cash- 
ier, Alain bet Corcoran and Mangum 

Morehead Mrs Eugene, wid, h Morehead av 

Morgan John, h Green 

Morgan S T, Morgan & Carr, also pres Durham Fertilizer Co, 
h DiUard 

]Morgan Mrs T A, wid, h Dillard 



ji i'jiiiiiiiiiiiiii 

MaviufUcturer's Aj^t. 



Wmmk^^^l^ COTTON BDYE!! 





JMCU 

11 il V IVIIf 



ipm^iiiFff^ 



Durham, I^. C. 



New Styh^s ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Asli and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. "^Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



mHE OPERA PIANO. 



f,:^. 1 J (X^' L T ' The gvpat Freight and Passen^ier Line of 
riedniOllt An -L(ll]e, the south, with un,surpassed facilities Ibr 
j)i'ompt and witisfactoi'v passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. ('. 

iTlEECTOEY.— White. 71 



Morgan William M, cashier, Morehead Banking Co, li Petti- 
grew cor Jackson 

Mooting John M, lawyer, Main, li Ramsetn- 

Morris J !>, foreman t^lackwell factory, h Jackson 

Morris R F & Son Mfg Co, mfrs of smoking tob and snuff, 
W II Willard, pres, S F Tomlinson, sec and treas, Pea- 
bod}' 

Morton JOB, grocer. Main, h Jackson 

Mni-pby , i)ainter, h South 

Murphy Richard, cig maker, h w Durham 

Murphy MissTitia, cig packer, h w Durham 

Murray E C, bank teUer, bds Hotel Claiborn 

Murray Miss Minnie, saleslady, h Pine 

Murray W R, Domestic Sewing Machines, Main nr Corcoran, 
h rine 

Muse Chas, bhicksmith, h 23 Lea 

Muse J T, bookkeeper, h Hunt 

.Muse & Shaw, dry goods, etc, Main nr Corcoran 

Muse W A, railroader, h Cleveland 

Muse William II, Muse & Shaw, h Hunt 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in the best manner. 

Neal Miss Mary, h Lea 

Needham Mrs Angeline, wid,h Ramsem- 

Nethery Joseph, tob worker, h 6 Carr 

Nethery Miss Lou, h 6 Carr 

Nethery Richard, driver, h 6 Carr 

Nevery John, cig maker, h 15 Carr 

Neville Alfred, h e Durham 

Neville Miss Bettie, weaver, h e Dnrham 

Newcomb , carpenter, bds Main 



FASHIONABLE - DRESS - MAKER, 

MAIN STRETT OVER RAWLS' BAZAAR, 

Superior advantages in taste and experience. Your orders respectfully 

solicited and satisfaction guaranteed in filling all orders, 

as to Fit, Styles and Prices. 



^elikble ki^d ^kti^f^dtoi'y ! 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



(v)' 1 , CTi' ; -r ' Tlie Great Pa.-'«on;!;er and Freiijht Lim- 

I iedlT]OT]L ilU-J-^lI^e, of the Somh, with unsurpassed Faoilitlp-^ 



for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freiglit Service, 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, I>. C. 



For iniornia- 



i2 



DIllECTOKY.— White. 



iS^ewman Isaac, clothing, Main nr Manginn, h LMne 

Newman Miss Lena, h Pine 

Newman Nathan, clothing. Main, h Pine 

Newman Miss Sai-a, li Pine 

Newman Miss Yetta, h Pine 

Newton Miss Bertha, school teacher, h Broadway 

Newton Rev C C, circuit preacher, h Broadway 

Newton Mrs Eliza, wid, h Angier av 

Newton Geo ]1, engineer, li Angier av 

Newton Herbert, h Broadway 

Newton Wm A, snpt Bobbin & Shuttle Shop, h Angier av 

Noell P A, clerk, h Main 

Norris M J, printer, li Railroad 

Norton C II, carpenter and builder, Green nr Foster, h do 

Norwood Ceplius, machinist, h Jackson 

Norv.^ood Mrs II, h Pettigrew 

Norwood Jas W, school teacher, h Jackson 

Norwood Mrs Octavia, h South 

Oakley Thos, h e Durham 

O'Brien L C, h Roxboro 

THE DAILY TOBACCO PLANT has the largest bona Jide circulation 
ever secured by a Durham daily. Therefore is the best advertising 

medium. 

O'Brien Patrick J, machmist, h w Durham 
O'Brien Wm T, machinist, h w Durham 




THE BEST IS ALWAYS THK 
CHEAPEST ! 



Ligtil Bunm'og Domestic 

STILL m THE LEAD ! 

Other machines continue to 
follow the " Star that Leads." 

Write and secure prices and 
information which will be 
given on application. 

Old machines of every make 
taken in exchange as part 
payment. 

W. R. MURRAY, 
Main St., Durham, N. C. 



W<-, ^^ i\ (r'-v t Manufactured by Peek & Son, (Establish- 

1 l)e Upeiil riailO! ed 1850), ISIjT and 15G9 Broadway, and 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



To tlip iSoutli iiikI South 



l:ike the rieairiOllt 'Air-Lllie west. Montgomery. 
Moltile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and Ciilit'oiiiin. For inlbnnation, 
juldress. .1. L. Taylor, Washini'toi, D. C. 



DlRECTOJn'.— Whitk. 



la 



O'Dauiel C 11, carpenter, li w Durliani 

0(U>11 J C, carpcMitor, li Fuller 

Odell JM, I'l'os Dnrliani Cotton Mfo- Co, h Concord, N C 

O'Donnell AV C, contractoi-, h Vickers 

Olive J, night telegrapher, h 83 Pettigrow 

Oiive Henry, ticket agt P AL li R, 1^83 Pettigrow 

Oliver Benj, h Soutli 

Oliver Tiev \V B, pastor P>lackvvoll Baptist Church, h Lea 

Ohnstead A E, cari)enter, h Pine 

Ohn&tead T C, machinist, h Bailey's al 

Osborn W H, leaf t(th, wagons, carts etc, cor IVahody and 

lioxhoro, h .Main 
Page (Taiiatens, weaver, h e Durham 
Page Will, weaver, h e Durham 
f^ollock John, h Jackson 
Palmer Ellen, dom, li \v Durham 
Palmer Miss Maggie, nmsio teatdier, h Green 
Parham A W, toh worker, h Green 
Paris Miss Liz^cie, h Ramseur 
Parker Miss Emma, art teacher, h Main 

THE DURfJAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURINir 
Co. Woo.hvorkcrs, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Kipping 
done in the best manner. 

Parker John 1', J A Tatum k Co, h cor Lea and Jackson 
Parrish .Miss Dina, h Cleveland 
Parrish Miss Ella, weaver, h e Durham 

Parrish E J, Z I Lyon & Co, toh miVs, cor J'ettigrew and 
Pine, h or e Main and Dillard 




W. H. OSBORN, 




DURHAM, KC. ^^^. 
EUyiNGONCllDERASPLCIUTY.^^ ^*^ 

Also deiiler in HORSES, V,V(i- ^.^MWiM 
.lEs, Wauguns nnd Carts. ^Mflte 

Durham To!);iooo Company. E. J. Parrihih. Bank of 
Dui-h;»m. Morehead A; Co., Bankers. 



Slk6kweir^< ©urfiau) Tobkcco ! 

BE SURE YOU SM<:)KE IT, AND ASK FOR NO OTHER. 



rnAKE THE piedmont air-line, Passing through the Cities of 
_|_ Alex:inilria, (Jhailottesville, Lynehhurg, Danville, Greensboro, Eeids- 
ville. Sali-liuiy, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For ijiforiaation, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

74 DIEECrrORYT— VV H iTE. 

Panisli J B, carpenter, h 19 Moreliead av 

I'an-ish Matt, tob buyer, h Clevelaiul 

]\irrish Putney, fanner, h e ])urhani 

IVrrish Miss Sal lie, h Dillard 

i^irrish Miss Velia, weaver, li e Durham 

Parrish W L, leaf tob, Foster nr Watkins, h Parrisli 

Parrish Warehouse, K J Parrish, prop, cor Parrish and Man- 

o;uni 
Paschaw Mrs S E, sack stringer, h Strayhorn 
Paskell Miss Sallie, h w Durham 
Patterson Miss Cornelia, milliner, h Mangum 
Pattison Mrs C S, wid, h 111 Dandy 
I'atton J R, clerk, h Morris 
Paul Miss Emeline h e Durham 

Paul Hiram, publisher of History of Durham, h Bailey's al 
Pay Benj, factory liand, h e Durham 
l^iy Lea, fiictory liand, h e Durham 
Pearce Mrs Mary, wid. h Alston av 
Pearce W T, freight clerk, h Morris 
Pearman Z M, foreman, h Morris 

FOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go to 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. W^HITAKEK, Jr., & Co. 

Peay Thos L, leaf tob, cor Queen and Peal)ody, h Dillard 
Pendergast Rufus, printer, h 06 Chapel Hill 
Pendergraph Miss Minnie, dressmaker, h Queen 
Pendergi-aph AVn], car driver, h Strayhorn 
Pendergrass P M, carpenter, h Cleaveland 
Pendergrass Thos, printer, h Cleveland 
Perry Miss Cornelia, weaver, h e Durham 



W.L.PAKRISH, 

I Ml Grades Bought on Order. 

PERSONAL ATTENTION 

Given to all business entrusted to my cai'c. 
Virginia and North Carolina Tobaccos. Samples sent on apj.lication. Best 
of Reference. Address, W. L. PARRISH, Dirham, N. C. 




milE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
X lish Oak, Burle<l Walnut. Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all infoi'tnation desired, promptly sent by mad upon 
•-jnnlication. Address. PEEK ct SON. 1567 Broadway. New York. 



(|)- 1 4- (a)* 4 T ' The great Freight and Passenjior Lino of 

J iedn|01"|t 'An-J^ir|e, the south, with unsuriia^sedtacilities for 
{irompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. P^or iulorniation, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

Dl RECTOR Y .—White. 7t) 



Feny I) W, clerk, h Green eor Main 

Perry J M, weaver, h e Durham 

Perry J S, clei'k, h Main 

Per)-y Jeiie, tob worker, li Rigsbee ave 

i^erry Lee, niana,i>:er for T J Kigsbee, h Rigsbee ave 

Perry Miss Lizzie, weaver, h e Durham 

Perr\' Miss Lou, dressmaker, h Rigsbee ave 

Perry Miss M, h Green cor Morris 

Perry Mrs ALartha, wid, h e Durham 

Perry S A, weaver, h e Durham 

Perry Sidney-, clerk, h Green cor Morris 

Perry Sidney R, grocer, Main nr Matiginn, h McManniug 

Pettie Geo, tob worker, h e Dnrliam 

Petty J M, emp mill, h Cleveland 

Pew Miss Mary, cook, h Angier ave 

Phipps Jaspei', printer, h Railroad 

Phipps Mrs L C, wid. h McManning 

Phipps Mrs Sarah, bag maker, h Railroad 

Pickei" Henry, carpenter, li South Green 

Pinnix J T, J T Pinnix & Co, h Ramseur 

THE DURHAM SASII, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURINd 
Co., ManufacturcM-s of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windows, Brackets, 
Buhistra<les. &v. 

Pinnix J T & Co, leaf tob, cor "Watkins and Foster 

Piper J G, foreman, h 98 South 

Pleasant Mrs Sarah, wid, h Pine 

Pomeroy George, manager, r Main nr Church 

Pool Rol)t, grocery, Main, h n of Durham 

Pool S D, carpenter, h 113 Dandy 

Pope John W, mang Farmers Alliance Warehouse, h Morris 



BWB wmmmBi, 

TDXJIFlEE^A^Tvi:, INT. O. 

Is tlie iE^lace to Sell "Z'oiJLr I'oToacco. 

SKT.LS MORE TOBACCO THAN ANY WAREHOUSE 
IX NORTH CAROLINA OR VIRGINIA. 

Prompt Returns and Highest Market Prices Guaranteed. 



^ enaeie an a ^ 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



%likble ki|d ^kti^fkdtory! 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIRLINE, passin;; tlnou^lit tlio <iti«s oi" 
X Raleijrli. Duriiam, <!()l(l>boro, Spartanburg, fJri-t-nviUe, .Si'necir. (4ains- 
ville an<i Athe'n.s, to tlio South and Southwest. For inforniation, address, 
•f. L. Tavlor, AVashington, D. C. 



76 



DlRECTOllY.— White. 



Pope Miss S A E, h Main 

Postlev Charles T, watclunakor and jeweler, Main nv Church, 

h\h:> 
Prestcin .To]in, lah, li e Dnrham 
rrice C 1), h Pettigrew 
i^rice E I), tobacco worker, h Angier ave 
l^'ice G M, tobacco worker, h Angier ave 
Price Jesse J, tobacco weiglier, h Pettigrew 
Price Mrs M A, widow, h Angier ave 
Pridgen J I), clerk, h Chaierilill 
Pritchard J J, clerk, h Rigsbee ave 
Proctor J B,, ^ireslhe Durham Furniture Mfg Co, h corner 

P roadway and Mangum 
Proctor R B,^ J T AVilk'ins k Co, h Hunt 
j'roctor Mrs Sarah, widow, h Mangum 
Proctor W H, gi'ocer, cor Parrish and Mangum, li McMan- 

ning 
I'roctor AV W JI, bookkeeper, h Mangum 
Proctor Wesley, clerk, h \hingnm 
Pucee Jasper, machinist, h e Duihani 

Subscribe to the Daily Tobacco Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Pucee Mrs Prudent, wid, h e Durham 
Pucee Miss Rosa, h e Durham 

Pugh R W, contractor and builder, cor Lea and Jackson, h d<» 
Pnryear Mrs AUie, wid, h Fuller 
Puryear F P, h P)rown 
Puryear J B, clerk, h Liberty 
Puryear James, tobacconist, h Liberty 
Puryear James, h Brown 
Puryear John, clerk, h Brown 




S.R.PERRY, 



-DHAI.F.K IN- 



FAEY & FAMILY GROCERIES, 

Confectioneries, 
Toys, Fancy Goods, Dry 

Goods, Xotions, 
Hats, Shoes, &c., &c- 



rnUE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany. English 
JLoak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrated 
<'atalo<'ue, and all information desired, promptly .'^ent I.y mail upon ap- 
l>licati'on. Address, PEEK & SON, loG? Broaduay, New \ork. 



>,< I ,1 'i"^)' 1 J C\^,' L T ' The sliortest direct line 

lake tlie riednioiit 'iVn'-i^nie, f,o.n Washington, d.c, 

:nid Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birniingliani. For iniforjiiation, ad- 
di-ess, J. L. Taylor, "\Vashin<iton, D. C. 

DmEtnNMiYT-^WuiTE. 77 

Paryear L S, salesman, r Main 

Piiryear L T, cigar dealer. Main nr Mangum, h Liberty 

Quid ley Miss Annie, h Liberty 

Raab E, Stians & Kaab, h Richmond, Va 

Rankin Jas R, clerk Banner Warehouse, h 41 Pettigrew 

Ramsey Miss Annie E, li Ramsey 

Ramsey N A, surveyor, h Ramsey 

liawls K I), h Queen 

Rawls Henry, tob weigher, h Proctor 

Rawls J, cai'penter, h Proctor 

Rawls Q E, variety store. Main nr Church, h Morehead av 

Ray Martha, dom, h Lea 

Ray Miss Tessa L, h Liberty nr Roxboro 

Reams C F, tob speculator, h Morris 

Reams Miss Ella, h Pettigrew 

]\eams G A, canvasser Parrish Warehouse, h cor Main and 

Cleveland 
Reams II A, h Pettigrew 
Reams II A, jr, supt for I M Reams, h cor Ramseur and Reams 

ave 
rnilE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
X Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 

Reams I M, leaf tob. Reams av and Ramseur, h do 

Reams I M, jr, h Reams av 

Reams Miss Lulu, h Pettigrew 

Reams S H, P Clerk, h cor Reams av and Ramseur 

Reams ^liss Sallie R, h Reams av 

Redmond Jas J, clerk, h Ramseur 

Redmond Miss Laura, h Ramseur 

Redmond L L, h Ramseur 

Redmond W P, clerk, h Ramseur 



J. T. PiNNix, M. A. Walker & Co. 

Durham, N. C. Winston, N. C. 

J.T.PINNIX&CO., 

DU'RHAM, N. C. 

Ample Facilities for Steam or Air Drying. 





lilackwell's Durham Tobacco J^^'ir-it; 

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



tT)' -I ^. (Vi' I. T ' The Great Pi^^•ppngor and freight Line 

J iedlT|Orit 'illl - l^in^i of the South, with unsurpassed Facilities 

prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freiglit Service. 

1, address. J. L. Tajdor, Washington, D. C. 



for 
tion 



P'or inforiun- 



78 



1)1 RECTOR Y.— White. 



Redmond W T, sec The Dnihani Funiituie Mfg Co, li liaru- 

seur 
Reed M W, stenographer, h Raniseur 
Kemiiigtoii Mrs C E, iiis{)ector, h Green 
Keiiiington E, carpenter, h Green 
Remington Ellis, carpenter, h Jackson 
Remington WF, contractor and bnilder, h Jackson 
Renn John, h Angier av 
Rigsbee A J, fanner, h Sonth 

Rigsbee AM, genl nidse, Mangum nr Main, h Rigsbee av 
Rigsbee Miss Anna, h Sonth 
]{i'gsbee J Y, farmer, h Chapel Hill 
Rigsbee John, h ('leveland 
Rigsbee Miss LuUi, h South 
Rigsbee Miss Mary, h Rigs])ee av 
Rigsbee R 11, cleric, h Rigsbee av 
Rigsbee Miss Sallie, h Rigsbee av 
Rigsbee T J, saw mill and farmer, Green, h Mangum 
Rigsbey Wm, steam fitter, h Jackson 
Ri£!:sl)ey W C, pressman, h Lea 

BKIflllT, NEWSY, PROGRESSIVE, THE DURHAM TOBACCO 
PLANT, daily and weekly. Are you a subscriber? If not, vvJiy 
not? 

Rigby John V, h New rd 

Riley Miss Emma, h Shanty Row 

Riley Mrs Mary, yiacker, h Main 

Ripley DanI, machine hand, h Jones 

Rhyne A J, engineer, h Cleveland 

Robbins Charles, Robbins & Stone, h McManning 

Robl)in8 & Stone, dry goods etc. Main nr Cliurch 

Robedeau Mrs Sarah, Wid, h Ramseur 




R.W.FUGH 



iTH 1 PT 



All \vork (lUaranteed and at 
Satisfactory Prices. 

JOBBING VimiU ATHNDEl) TO 



w^-j ^ ,-. ^'\ t Manufactured bv Peek <ii; Son, (Establisli- 

ii\e Ucpeia riar^O! ed 1850), 15G7 and 1569 Broadway, and 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



rnVKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passinc; throiiiili tlie Cities of 
i R.ileiiih, Durliam, (Toklsboro, Spartanburs, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Ath^^ns, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylo)', Washington, J). C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



79 



Roberts Krank, bookkeeper, h ?vlano:ntn 

Roberts Di- J D, pbysiciaii and surgeon, Main nr Church, li 

South 
Robinson J A, editor and prop "The Durham Daily Sun," 

Ahiin nr Corcoran, h Main 
Robertson, Lloyd & Co, hardware, stoves, etc, Main nr Cor- 

coi'an 
Robertson W S, Robertson, Lloyd & Co, h Richmond 

Rochelle , li 12 Carr 

Rochelle C W, phijtogi-apher. Main nr Corcoran, h Ramseur 

liochelle Miss Ella, cig packer, h Peabody 

]\oclielIe F P, watchman, h Peabody 

Rodenhizer J AV, moulder, h Bailey's al 

Rogers Miss Belle, h Dillard 

Rogers & Co, grocers, Main nr Mangnm 

Rogers C J, C J & W M Rogers, h Broadway 

Rogers C J & W M, genl mdse, etc, Parrish nr Mangum 

]\ogers J H, machinist, h Ferrell 

Rogers .F J, grocer and restaurant, Main opp P 0, h cor Main 

and J (Mies 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build- 
ing Materiid. 

Rogers J M, tob worker, h Vickers 

Rogers John C, sr, foreman, Mangum 

Rogers M R, Rogers & Co, h Mangnm 

Rogers R I, sec and treas Durham Land & Security Co, also 
dealer in carriages, etc, cor Mam and Corcoran, h Broad- 
way 

Rogers ^V IT, Rogers & Co, h Mangum 

Rogers W M, C J & W M Rogers, h Jackson 




am k CO,, 



—Wholesale and Retail Dealers in— 

Stoves, Spokes, Hubs, Hims, 

Nails, Bar and Rod Iron, P.aints, 
Oils, and Glass, Gum and Leather 
Belting, Agricultural Implements and 
Tobacco Flues. Agents for Fairbanks 
Scales, Excelsior and Lee Cook Stove, 
and Laflin& Rand Powder Co. 

MAIN ST, XEAK CORCORAN, DURHAM, N. C. 



©Ikdkweir^ ©ui'llkin ^obkddo ! 

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



rpAKE THE 

I Raleigh, Durham, (loldsboro. .Sjiartiiiihurij:, r.refnville. Senefa, Gaitis- 
ville and Athens, to the South and .South West. For information, ad(h-ess. 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



80 



DI RECTO R Y .— VV ii ite. 



Rollhis A, weaver, h e Durham 

Rollins E T, pressman, h Red Cross 

Rollins .\[r8 Mary J,wi(l, h Vickers 

Rollins W A, pressman, h Red Cross 

Rollins W, h Red Cross 

r^oney J G, II J Bass & Co, h Morris 

Rosemond II M, conieetioner and shoemaker, Corcoran nr 

Main h Mc Manning 
Ross C G, dep tax col, h Mang-om 
Ross Mrs Melinda, wid, li Bailey's al 
Roundy Miss Elmira, h e Durham 
Roundy Miss Elvira, weaver, h e Durham 
Rounder Miss Nannie, weaver, h e Durham 
Rt)undy W II, piper, h e Durham 
Roundy W M, weaver, h e Durham 
Rowe Allen M, painter, h Foster nr Green 
Rowe Mrs M P, h Pettigrew 
Rowe M F, painter, h Pettigrew 
Rowland & Cooper, leaf tobacco, McManning 
Rowland W B, runner, h Ramseur 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is lo.^ated on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Black nail drug 
score buildin«r. Call aad see us. .7. B. Whitakeu, Jr., k Co. 

Rowland, "W H, county treasurer and of Rowland & Cooper, 

h Ramseur 
Royal Miss Addie, h Pottigrew 
Royal W B, h Pettigrew 
Rue Miss Sudie, doni, h South 
Rue "Wiley, box-maker, h Green 




-DEALERS IN- 



;>Leaf Tobacco, 



DURHAM, N. C. 



rpHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! MaJio^any, En^- 
JL lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Iliu.>- 
trated Catalo^rue, and all information desired, promi>tly sent hy mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK k SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



<r): 



To the Soutli and Soutli 



Take tlie l^iedirioiit Sii'-Ltiie {vVstTMontgomery, 

MoV)ile, New Orleons, Sliriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIEPXTOllY.— White. 81 



Russeil 



-, tob worker, h Cleveland 



Hnssell D S, foreman, -h McManning 

Kussell Henry, li Vickers 

Russell Maria, washer, h Vickers 

Sanders J E, weaver, h e Durham 

Sanders Jas M, beamer, h e Durham 

Saunders Miss Bessie, h Ramseur 

Saunders J H, foreman for Faison & Taylor, h Ramseur 

Saunders Miss Laura, school teacher, h Ramseur 

Saunders Miss Nina, h Ramseur 

Saunders Col R B, manager Durham Fertilizer Co, h Ramseur 

Saunders R B, Jr, foreman, h Ramseur 

Saunders W T, tish dealer, (also W T Saunders & Co) City 

Market, h South 
Saunders W T & Co, groceries, Mangum nr Main 
Seagroes Mrs Eliza, h w Durham 
Sears E A, livery stable, Main nr p o, h Morris 
Seeman Henry, H See man & Son, h e Petti grew 
Seeman H E, printer and binder, cor Main and Church, h 

Cleveland 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscotnig, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 




_llACKEUROC[Rlf! 

V>£\>^ TELEPHONE CALL, NO 23. 

OPPOSITE PARISH'S W. 11. 

WISHES TO INVITE 

your attention to the fact 
tliat we keep everything 



-needful for man or l)east in the- 



HEAVY OR FAN3Y GROCERY L'^NE ! 

We make a specialty in Fine Brands of Flour, Canned Goods, Fruits, Con- 
fectioneries, Snuff, Tobacco and Fine Cigars. Also Country Produce. 
Call and see us, or send in your orders. Goods Delivered Free 
of Charge. Thanking the public for past favors, and hoping 
to share a part of the same in the futre, I remain 
Your Friend, 

GS;entLir|e f)ut^l\ciin ^ohh.660 ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passing throudit the ritics of 
Riilei;.'h, Durham. Gohlsboio, Spartanburg, Crreonvine, Sonoca, CKiin-^- 
ville an<l Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

82 l)rRECTOE Y.— \V ii ite! 



Soeman H & Son, carriage and wao'oii niKs L'eabod y nv Church 

Seeman John F, il Seenuui & Co, h e Pettigrcw 

Seymour Miss Lizzie, carder, h e Durham 

Seymour Joseph, hih, h e Durham 

Scarlett, J S, watchman, li 4-") Dandy 

Schwartz J, meats, stall 3 city market, r Main 

Scoggins J C, farmer, h e Durham 

Scoggins J P, lab, h e Durham 

Scoggins R O, grocer, h Pettigrew 

Scott Charles, car driver, h Fuller 

Scott Miss Cornelia, h Fuller 

Scott James, h Fuller 

Scott Sidney, agt for Jones & Powell, h Main 

Scott Wm, h Fuller 

Sharon J A, wood worker, h Main nr Chm-ch 

Sharon W A, bobbin maker, h Main nr Church 

Shaw W W, Muse & Shaw, h Watkins 

ShelburnW, photograi)her. Main nr Mangum, h ^^cManning 

Shepherd J W, butcher, city market 

Shue Joseph, emp electric light, h Fuller 

The Weekly Tohacco Plant! 

HANDSOMEST IN THE STATE— ONLY $1.50 PER YEAR. 



C. W. EOCHELLE, 

PHOTOGRAPHER! 

MAIN STREET, BET CORCOIIAN AND MANGUxM, 



I)HOTOORAPHY IN ALL ITS DIFFERENT BRANCHES WELL Ex- 
ecuted, sj)lendidly finished ; styles unsuv|iassed and genei'ul Work- 
manshi[) Unexcelled.' PRICES SATISFACTORY. 

SPECIALTY: The Enlarginig Department! 

Photo,i:rai)hs made from the smallest picture to any size desired. Life-si/.c 
Photograplis in India Ink, Pastel, Crayon, Water Colors or Oil. 

EVERY" SINC4LE PICTURE AVARRANTEI). 



Frames in Abundance fcr Any and All Sizes, Always on Hand. 

''pHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Maho<rany, Euir 
JL lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black'. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desii'ed, promptly sent by mail' upon 
api)lication. Address, PEEK tt SON, ISti" Broadway, New Y'ork. 



M- 1 .1 'n>' 1 ^ ^' : T • The shortest direct line 

lake tl)e 1 lednioiit 2in-i<nie, tvom washin-ton,D.c., 

and IiiehinoTKl, Va., to Athinta and Birmingham. For imformation, ud- 
(h-ess, ,1. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



83 



Sinniioiids Prof, teacher, li Cleveland 

Simons Chas, sash and blind maker, h 24 Lea 

Simons John, carpenter, h 24 Lea 

Sin)[ison T I), drayman, h e Durham 

Sims Miss Mamie, school teacher, h Cleveland 

Sims Miss Melissa, h Cleveland 

Sin<2:er Mf«: Co, E J Clark, agt. Main nr Church 

SIaiii,diter\j F, Jr, cashier" the Fidehty Bank, bds Hotel 

Claii)orn 
Smitii Mrs ])r A E, wid, h South 
Smith Mrs Ada M, millinery and fancy goods, Main nr Church, 

h Cleveland 
Smith C D, clerk, h e Durham 
Smith Mrs Elizabeth, h Angier ave 
Smith Eph, tobacco worker, h Angier ave 
Smith ll C, tinner, h Liberty 
Smith n M, compositor, h Cora 
Smith Miss lula, manager Western Union Telegraph Co, h 

J'ettigrew e Durham 
Smith Miss Jennie, h South 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Phming, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in the hest manner. 

Smith Miss Jessica R, h 38 Pettigrew 
Smith Dr J A, physician, Main nr Corcoran 
Smith Jolm, iireman, h Pettigrew 
Smith John K, carpenter, h Main" 




umiii , 

—DEALER IN— 

Choice Meats 

—AND— 

SAUSAGE, 

Manufactured by 

STEAM. 

STALL NO. 3, 

m MARKET HOUSE, 

DURHAM, N. C. 



Bhickwell's Durlidrn Tobacco jillirnnS, 



pop 

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



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing tliiougli the Cities of 
Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Keid- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



84 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



Smith Joseph, cii? packer, h 14 C'arr 

Smith J W, -T AV Smith & Co, h Main 

Smith J W & Co, leaf tohacco, Main nr Five Points 

Smith Dr Julian A, physician and surgeon, Main nr Corcoran, 

r do 
Smith Dr L T, physician and druggist. Main nr Church, h 

Main 

Smith Mis Lillie, h Jones 

Smith Miss Lottie, operator Southern Bell Telephone Co, h 
Ramseur 

Smith Mrs M E, wid, h Jones 

Smith Mrs Maria, wid, h 14 Carr 

Smith Miss Mttie, cig packer, h Pettigrew 

Smith Mrs Nannie, wid, h 14 Carr 

Smith Capt O R, civil and mechanical engineer, h 38 Pet- 
tigrew 

Smith T B, bakery. Main nr Church, h Pettigrew e Durham 

Smith T V, tob worker, h Jones 

Smith Thomas, cig maker, h 14 Carr 

Smith Willie, telegrapher, h 83 Pettigrew 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall drug 
store building. Call aad see us. .1. B. Whitakkr, Jk., & Co. 

Smith W A, beef dealer, h Pettigrew 
Smolansky Joseph, grocer, Pettigrew, h do 
Sneed J E, box maker, li Fuller 
Sneed J H, clerk, h Carr 
Sneed T J. box maker, h Fuller 
Snow H N, cashier Blackwell's Durham Co-Operative Tob 

Co, h Chapel Hill 
Snow Miss Olie, Chapel Hill 



JIANVKArTl'REIlS OK 

CARRIAGES, W,m, CARTS, 

And All Oiher Vehicles- 




Repairing a Specialty. 
DURHAM, N. C. 

Vw, ^ ^, 7^., , Manufactured hy Peek ct Son, (Establislj- 

Tbe 0|')eia riatlO! ed 1850), 15(j7 and Um Broadway. an<l 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



(^)' -J 4- (v)' 4. T ' The p;reat Freight anil Passenger Line of 

1 ieClll')OTlt 21.11 -L(ll"|e, the South, with unsurpassed faeilities for 
prompt and satisfactory passe)iger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

" DIEECTOKY.— White. 85 

Snyder Robt L, clerk, h McManning 

Sorrell J D, watchman, li e Durham 

Southern Bell Telephone Co, Miss Lottie Smith, operator, Cor- 
coi'au nr Ahtin 

Southern Express Co, J L Markham, agt. Main and Man- 
gum 

Southgate Miss Lessie M, director of School of Music, h Pea- 
he xlv 

Southgate James, -T Southgate & Son, h Peahodv 

Southgate James H, J Southgate & Son, h Peahody 

Southgate J & Son, insurance. Main cor Matigum 

Sparrow Miss Georgie, slubber, h e Durham 

Sparrow Miss Lulu, weaver, h e Durham 

Sparrow Mrs Martha, wid, h e Durham 

Sparrow W T, lab, h e Durham 

Spirit of the Age, (weekly) R H Whitaker, editor, Main nr 
Corcoran 

Spivey 11 T, clerk, h Church 

Spivey R B. fruits, Main nr Mangum, bds Church 

Stanford C W, h 41 Pettigrew 

rnHE DURHAlVl SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
1. Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay- Windows, Braclcets, 

Balustrades. &:c. 

Steill Miss Laura, h Pettigrew cor Jackson 

Stephens S F, spinner, h e Durham 

Stejihens Thomas, 8U})t Carr's stable, h Poplar 

Stephens W IT, contractor and builder, e Main, h do 

Stokes A H, A 11 Stokes & Co, h Fayetteville rd 

Stokes A H & Co, leaf tob, Parrish nr Corcoran 

Stokes & Geer, veal estate, Parrish nr Corcoran 

Stokes Opera House, Main cor Corcoran 

Printing and Binding! 



-•-• — <«*■ — -•- 



BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER. 

H. E. SEEMAN, DURHAM, N. C. 

2d akd 8d floor, JOHNSON -ANGIER BUILDING. 

^Ikdkweir^ f)tifl\kin ¥obkddo ! 

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



(7^' -H <y>'t.T' The Gi'eat Fa-.«en^er and t lei'^Dt Liiv.> 

J' iedrr|Or) t a\U - L(llie, of the south, with un-ufpiisserl Facilitit^s 
for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Service. For informa- 
tion, afl(h-ess, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

86 dTkECTOR Y .^VVh ite. 



Stone Misa L E, weaver, h e Dnihani 

Stone Mrs Nancy, wid, li I'ettigrew 

Stone ]Miss Sarah, h e Durham 

Stone W II, jr, Robbins & Stone, h South 

Stone W II, sr, clerk, h South 

Stone W O, Stone & Young, h e Durham 

Stout J A, machinist, h Pine 

Stowe J J, sec Y M C A, h Main 

Straughm Mrs Enieline, wid, h e Durham 

Straughm Miss Liddie, weaver, h e Durham 

Strause LL, Strause & Haab, Richmond, Va 

Strause & Kaab, leaf tob, Morris nr Wat kins 

Strayhorn Cbas, emp Duke's, h Main 

Strayhorn Edward, watchman, h Morehead av 

Strayhorn Miss Laura, h Main 

Strayhorn T F, machinist, h Morehead av 

Strickland Miss Mollie, speeder, h e Durham 

Strickland W D, watchman, h Angier av 

Strickler A J, h Pettigrew 

Strudwick R C, lawyer, Main nr Corcoran, h Morris 

Subscribe to the Daily Tobiicco Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Styron B G, tob buyer, h Mc Manning 
Styron Chas, clerk, h Main 
Styron Mrs Clara, wid, h Liberty 
Styron C R, niglit clerk Hotel Claiborn, hds do 
Styron Eugene/tob buyer, h McManning 
Styron Capt W K, com salesman, h Main 
Suitt J B, weaver, h e Durham 
Suitt J R, weaver, h e Durham 
Suitt \V II, loom fixer, h e Durham 




-air- 



"W. si-i":BZ_i":BXJi=\.nNr, 

livdlaian Street, ID-a.rli.sim, IST. 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 branch of the business. 
Wkite or Ask for Prices. A large and assorted stock of Frames on hand 
always. ENLARGING WORK A SPECIALTY. Strangers Welcome. 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Maho-:!any, English 
Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1507 Broadway, New Y'ork. 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through tiie Cities of 
I Ralei^'h, Durham, Goldshoro, Spartanburg, GroenvilK^, Senoca, Gains- 
ville and Atheiirt, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIEECTO Jl Y.— W iiiTE. 



87 



Suitt W R, dyer, h e Durham 

Sullivan Wni, grocer, Mangiim, h Roxboro 

Snrnmoi-tield C, C' Sninniertield & Co, h Pettigfevv 

Suntiaci'tield C & Co, dry ^(lods, etc, Main nr Corcoran 

Sunnnei-tield M, clerk, h Pettigre\v 

Siiniinertield Miss Rosa, saleslady, h Pettigrew 

Swift J W, J W Swift & Co, h cor Swift av and R R, w out- 
side limits 

Swift J W & Co, leaf tob, cor Morg-an and Gt Jones 

Sykes Mrs Ann, wid, h e Durham 

Sykes Miss James C, weaver, h e Diirliani 

Sykes Wm J, oiler, h e Durham 

'I abb J AV, machinist, h Lea 

Tate Henry, l)0x maker, h Main 

Tatum John A, J A Tatum & Co, h Roxboro, outside limits 

Tatum J A & Co, grocers, l^eabody 

Tatum J W, tob dealer, h South 

Taylor C C, pres Durham Sash, Door & Blind Mfg Co, also 
tit) and sheet iron worker, Maiii nr Mangum, h Morris 

Taylor Mis Geo S, dress maker, 20 Morehead av 

rpHE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BUND MANUFACTURING 
I Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build- 
ing Material. 

Taylor Geo S, tinner, li 20 Morehead av 

Taylor Geo W, mason, h 15 Carr 

Taylor Wm, stamper, h 6 Lea 

Taylor W R, Faison & Taylor, h Mc Manning 

Thaxton Mi's Eva, wid, h Gattis av 

Thaxton J J, Carrington & Thaxton, h South 

Thomas Miss Annie, h e Durham 

Tbomas A J, music dealer, h McManning 




I. w. SMif a I 





DURHAM, N. C. 



Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed- 



Q 



i\elikble ki|d ^ati^f kctor^^ ! 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LTNE, Pnssin;! through tlie Citips of 
±_ liiileigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, addrei^s, 
J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 

88 DIRECTORY.— White. 

Thomas Bach, h e Durham 

Thomas C C, collector, h McMannm^i,^ 

Thomas Miss Elhi, weaver, h e Dnrlium 

Thomas J, Darnell & Thomas, cor Main and Mangiim 

Thomas Mrs Martha, weaver, h e Durham 

Thomas Phil L, cigar mfr, Main nr Corcoran, h South 

Thompson E E, clerk, h Dillard 

Thompson E S, bookkeeper, h Willard 

Thompson Eugene E, Martin k Thompson, bds Hotel Clai- 

born 
Thompson Miss Claude, h Smoky Ilollcnv 
Thompson Mrs Lucy, wid, h Lea 
Thompson Miss L E, cig packer, h Lea 
Thompson W W, compositor, h Dandy 
Tiddy Mrs Mary, cig packer, h Pettigrew 
Tilley F D, grocer, cor Mangum and Parrish, bds Pioanoke 

JBouse 
Tilley L, clerk, h Alston av 
Tingen B R,h Jones 
Tingen B T, restaurant, Main opp P 0, h Jones 

FOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go to 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitaker, Jr., & Co. 

Tingen Miss Virgie, h Jones 

Tison James, policeman, r City Market 

Tollock Bertie, cig maker, h w Durham 

Tollock Geo, lab, h w Durham 

Tollock Thomas, lab, h w Durham 

Tomlinson S F, S F Tomlinson & Co, and sec R F Morris & 

Son Mfg Co, h Morehead av 
Trice C A, lumber, h Lea 
Turner A B, overseer, h Jones 




Durham -:- Bakery, 



Main, Near Church Street, - DURHAM, N. C. 
A CHOICE STOCK OF 

breadTcakes and pies constantly on hand. 

WEDDING AND PARTY SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. 

HE OPERA PIANO.— New Styh^s ! Fancy Woods ! Mahopany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. liJus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadway. New \ ork. 



rWj 1 ,1 "v)' 1 ^ C\)' I T ' The shortest direct h'na 

iixkc tlie I iednioi-|t iAir-L(irie, iro,nWashm-ton,D.c., 

und Kiohniond, Va., to Athuita and Birmingham. For imformation, ad- 
<lress. J. L. Tavlor, Wasliington, D. C. 



DIRECTOEY. — AVhite. 



89 



Turner Mrs AK, vvid, h Peabody 

Turner Chester, wood yard, Pine nr R R, h Hillsboro 

Turner Edward E. painter, h Morehead av 

Turner J E, tob worker, h Cleveland 

Turner John W. tob worker, h Cleveland 

Turner Mrs ^hlry A, wid, h Morehead av 

Turner R W, tob worker, h Red Cross 

Turner W T, niang dept E Carr's factory, h Manguni 

Tnrrentine Miss Alice, h McManning 

Turrentine E B,t'orenuin, h Hunt 

Tin^-entine Jas M, farmer, h Alston av 

Turrentine Miss Maggie, h McManning 

Turrentine S II, h McManning 

Tutor Sam, weaver, h e Durham 

Tyson Jas, farmer, h Chapel Hill 

T3'Son Jas J, policeman, h Chapel Hill 

Umstead A K, leaf tob, cor Roxboro and IloUoway, O'Brint rd 

Umstead E H, clerk, bds South 

Umstead J N, leaf tob, h Cleveland 

Utiey Mrs E G, wid, h 112 Dandy 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in tlie best manner. 

Uzzle J E, restaurant. Main bet Church and Mangur, h Church 

Vann G W, watchman, h Jones 

Vann Miss Minnie O, h Jones 

Vaughn C C, bookkeeper, h Seminary 

Vauglin Dr P W, druggist. Main nr Church, h Dillard 

Vickers Charles, h Pettigrew 

Vickers Miss Ida, cig packer, h Cleveland 

Vickers J M, carpenter, h Cleveland 




W.H.STEPHENS. 



EAST MAIN STREET NEAR 
REAMS AVENUE 



PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS 
Furnished Upon Application. 

JOB WOEK SOLICITED 

And everything in tlie Building and Re- 
modelling line done with promptness. 



IJhickwell's Dni-harn Tobacco Ji^lrunrm', 

reliable, satisfactory Smoking Tobacco ever jiut upon the market, hence 
dealers and consumers always i^ronounce it *'TIIE BEST."' 



TAKE THE PIEDMOXT AIR-LIXE, passin;i tlironjrht tlie chips of 
Raleijrh, Durham, (loldsboro, 8pai-tanbuig, Greenville, Seneca, Clains- 
ville and Athens, to tlie Soutli and Southwe-st. For information, ad(h-e.s>. 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



90 



DIRECTORY.— WiiiTK. 



Vickers Miss Martha, li Pettigrow 

Vickers Mose, lab, li Cleveland 

Vickei's Dr Thomas, physician, h Kamsenr 

Wahab W A, tob mano;, bds Hotel Claiborn 

Waldeii J E. carpenter and l)nilder, Roxboro, h do 

Walker Rev Alex, h Raniseur 

Walker J B, leaf tob, Pine nr R R, h Alston av 

Walker J W, J T Pinnix & Co, h Pettigrew 

Walker Miss N M, h I'ettii^rew 

Walker T J, tob ])njer, h Main 

Walker W L, W L Walker & Co, Seminary and Manguni, b 

do 
Walker W L & Co, leaf tob, h Mangum opp Wyatt 
Wall Capt W A, clerk, h Chapel Hill 
Wall W^ L, pay master, h Chapel Hill 
Wallace Wm, machine hand, h Lea 

Walters Eiss — , sack maker, h Red Cross 

Ward C M, carpenter, h Willard 
Ward Edgar, h e Durham 
Ward J J, drug clerk, h Main 

The Weekly Tobacco Plant! 

HANDSOMEST IN THE STATE— ONLY $1.50 PER YEAR. 

Ware Mrs -, wid, h Main 

Ware G, clerk, bds Mangum 
Ware R G, foreman, h Green 
Warren Miss Annie, h Morris 
Warren J B, foreman, h Chapel Hill 
Warren J B, toli buyer, h Broadway 




A.ll.STOm&Cl). 
BROKERS 

AND 

LEAF DEALERS! 



In all classes of 
Nortli Carolina 

Tobaccos. 
Durham, N, C. 

Wrappers and Cut- 
ters a specialty. Lib- 
eral advances made 
ou all orders consign 
ed to them at a rea- 
sonable rate of in- 
terest. 



-New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
_ , ut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 

trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK <fe SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



''pHE OPERA PIANO. ^.... .„..., ,^...., 

L lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. 



rnAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE. Passing tlivouirh the Cities of 
X Raleifili, Durluim, Goldsboro, Spartnnbui-f:, Greenville, Seneea, Gains- 
ville aiul Athens, to the South and .South West. For inloimation, address, 



.J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



91 



Warren Will, cig shipper, h Ferrell 

Warren AVni, tob worker, h Ferrell 

Warren W^ C, box maker, h Gi'een 

Wortliani W II, b<>x mtV, h 34 Jackson 

Watkins A S, Robertson, Lloyd & Co, h Richmond, Va 

\V atkins C, Robertson, Lloyd & Co. h Richmond, Va 

Watkins Dr J L, pres Durham Land & Security Co, pres Dur-. 

ham Bobbin & Shuttle Co, h Caswell Hill 
Watson Charles, tob case maker, h South 
Watson Joe, painter, h Main 
Watts Miss Ella, h Mangum 
Watt's House, J T Watts, prop, Mangum 
Watts GS, pres Morehead Banking Co, h Baltimore, Md 
Watts George W, sec and treas W Dnke Sons & Co, h Lea 
Watts J E, h Ramseur 

Watts J T, prop Watts' House, Mangum, h do 
Watts Mrs Lucy, wid, h "Swelton Heights," Lea 
Watts Miss Ro, h Cleveland 
AVatts S E, sec and treas Builders Manufacturing & Supply Co, 

h Cleveland 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, pudd- 
ing Material. 

Watts W T, h Ramseur 

AVeatherspoon Wm, tob worker, h Pine 

Weatherspoon Wm, machine hand, h Jones 

Weatherspoon W H, h Chapel Hill 

Weatherspoon Mrs Izila, wid, h Reams av 

Weaver Thomas, tob worker, h Fuller 




C. C. TAYLOR, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



AND DEALER IN 



Cooking and Heating Stoves, Hollow 

Roofing and Guttering, Tobacco 
Flues, &c. 

MAIN STREET, DURHAM, N. C. 



Selikble kqd ^ati^f kdtoi^y ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO 



(CA, - (Tr- , r ' The Crreat Pa-'sensjer and Freiiiht Line 

1 iedrHOl)t -Air-l^llie, of the Soutli.witU unsurpassed Facilities 



ibr prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freiglit Service, 
tion, a<l<h-ess. J. L. Taylor^ Washington, D. C. 

02 



For informa- 



D 1 R ECTO li Y — W n iTE. 



Webb Jno W, ])illing clerk U & I) R R, li 1 Willard 

Webl) & Kramer, leaf tob, MeManning 

Webb Robert F, Webb & Kramer, li Main 

AVebster J C, sash and bliiul maker, h Lea 

Wells R L, box maker, li Fuller 

West Claude, mailing clerk, h 83 Pettigrevv 

West Clarence, h 83 Rettigrew 

West Miss Mollie, canvasser, h 113 Dandy 

West S 1>, Lnocor, Main opp P O, h 83 Pettigrew 

Western Union Telegraph Co, Miss lula Smith, manager, 

Corcoran nr Main 
Whitaker A J, machinist, h Lea 
Whitaker Miss Ada, artist, h Cleveland 
Whitaker Albert, marble etc, h Wyatt 
Whitaker C D, mang dept L, Blackwell Durham Co-Ope r- 

ative Tob Co, h South 
Whitaker Charles, cig packer, h Main 
Whitaker D VV, book and job printer, Main nr Corcoran, li 

Cleveland 
Whitaker E, printer, h Cleveland 

npOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go to 
V tiie Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitaker, Jr., x Co. 

Whitaker E A, grocer, confectioner etc, pianos and organs, 
Main bet Church and Corcoran, h Cleveland 

W^hitaker II P>, lab, h Jones 

Whitaker J Albert, Whitaker & Ilulin, h Wyatt 

Whitaker W B,jr, J P> AVhitaker& C'o, Durham Book Store, 
also editor of -'Tbe Daily Tobacco Plant," h Main 

Whitaker W B jr & Co, Durham Book Store, Main cor Cor- 
coran 

Whitaker Jno W, clerk, Mangum 




J. B. WALKER, 



"m. 



vm m 



'^^*l 



JDXJISX3:-A-li«A, 3>T. a. 



Pron)])t attention c;ivcn to all oi'ders. A 1 

years exi)ericnce enahles me to 
GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. 



HE OPERA PIANO. — New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany, Englisli 
jL<'ak, Burled Walnut, Satm Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desii'ed, promptly sent by mail upon ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New Yorlc. 



t; 



uv ^ 1 f^' 1 . Ck^' L T • To the South and South 

Take tqe lietlqoqt AU-J^llie west, Montgomery, 
Mobile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and California. For intorniation, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTOEY.— White. 



93 



Whitaker Miss Julia, saleslady, h Mangum 

Whitaker K 11. h Kaleigh 

Wiiitakei- Miss Siulie, cig inspector, h Jackson 

Whitaker T E, cDUipositor, h Jones 

Whitakei- T J, tob weigher, h Jackson 

Whitaker Walter, emp Duke's, h Fuller 

White Chas C, foreman, h Cleveland 

White Danl, tob stennner, h Vickers 

White Geo, r Main nr Mauijum 

White Mrs J F, h Cleveland 

White J K 11, h e Durham 

White Miss Lizzie, warper, h e Durham 

White Miss Maggie, weaver, h e Durham 

White Miss Nannie, h Smoky Hollow 

White Wm R, machinist, h Fuller 

Whitehead R P, clerk, r Main nr PO 

Whitehurst Dr Richard F, druggist, cor Main and Church, 

bds Hotel Claiborn 
Whitley Mrs E, dress maker, Church nr Main, h do 
Whitley R D, watchmaker and jeweler, Church nr Main,h do 
rnUE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
J_ Co. Buiklers, don't contract for your house until you see us. No 
cuarge for estimates. 

Wliitley R D, sec master R R, h Pettigrew 
Whitt Mrs Mary, wid, h Ilolloway 
Whitt Thos, tob worker, h Fuller 
' Whitted Miss Emma, h Main 
WHiitted J M, cashier Parrish Warehouse, h Mangum 
Whitted James Y, tob mfr, Pettigrew nr Pine, h Main 
Whitted Samuel, carpenter and builder, h Mangum 
Whitted W W, clerk, h Mangum 
Wilbon J D, harness maker, h 20 Morehead av 




W. L. WALKER & CO., 

leal f 5laQ§@ li@lsf i, 

DURHAM, N.C 



OI233EI3S SOX4ICITEID. 



I^lkdkweir^ f)ui^l\an^ f obkddo ! 

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



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LIXE, Ri^^in.s tlirou^h tlie Citi«-« of 
Raleigh, Duihani, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, (lains- 
ville and Alliens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



94 



1>I RECTOE Y .— \Vh ite. 



Wicks Miss Florence, h Clevelaiul 

AVicks Jaines, h Cleveland 

AViggins A L, clerk, h McManning 

Wiggins J F, machinist, h Jones 

Wiggins J II, cigar maker, h Queen 

AViggins J W, lumber dealer, h 36 Jackson 

Wiley J F, bookkeeper, bank, r Morris nr Matkins 

Wilkerson Mrs Ann, wid, h Main 

Wilkerson Miss Fannie, h Main 

Wilkerson Lewis, sash, doors and blinds, h Main 

AVilkerson W A, mangDnrham Sash, Door & Blind Mfg Co, 

h Wilkerson av 
Wilkins J T, J T Wilkins & Co, h Hunt 
Wilkins J T & Co, grocers. Main nr Manguni 
AVilkinson Albert, mill hand,h w Durham 
AVilkinson Miss Henrietta, sack maker, h Red Cross 
AVilkinson II L, agt for W R Murray, h Pine 
AVilkinson Miss Lulu M, sack maker, h Red Cross 
A\''ilkinson Samuel M, h Red Cross 
AVilliams Miss Bettie V, h Rigsbee av 

Subscribe to the Daily TobMceo Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 

AVilliams Charles II, h Morris 
Williams D II, lab, h Pettigrew 
Williams Geo, tob cutter, h 6 Carr 
AVilliams J C, carpenter, h Peabod}'^ 
Williams Jackson, tob cutter, h 6 Carr 
AVilliams James, car driver, h Morris 
AVilliams John, painter, h Angier av 




GROCER, C()NF[m?^l\^ER, FRIJITEP.ER. 

Pianos Organs, Flutes, Violins, 

Accordeons, Guitars, Ilannoiiicas, &c. 
Sole Agent for 

Ludien & Sates' Wholesale Husic House. 

DOUBLE STORE— 3 FLOORS. 
Main St., between Corcoran and Manguin 

DURHAM, N. C. 



mHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods! Mahogany Eng- 
X lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadway. New A^ork. 



<::^. -J A- (x^'' <. T ' The groat Freidit and Passenger Line of 

I ledll^Ol^ t 'All -L(ir|e, the south, wUii unsurpasseil facilities for 
jii'ompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
ad(hess. .1. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIEEUTOEY.— White. 95 



Williams Miss Lula, li Morris 

AVilliaiiis Luther, h Morris 

Williams R D, geul mang Banner Warehouse, h liigsbee av 

Williams R P, asst ])ook-keeper, h Rigsbee ave 

Williams Robert. W, law student, h Rigsbee ave 

Williams Wm S, h Morris 

Wills 11, tinner, h Jackson 

W^ilson Chas R, farmer, h Morris 

Wilson Miss Mande, weaver, h e Durham 

Wilson Noel, roller eoverer, h e Durham 

Wilson W 0, carpenter, h west Durham 

AVinston Thos J, clerk, h Cleveland 

Wise W D, watchman, h Main 

Witcover Julius, clerk, h Pine 

Witt A T, tob picker, h Chapel Hill 

Witt Miss Lilly, cig [»acker, h Chapel Hill 

AVomVile F C. clerk, h Liberty 

Womble John T, hardware store etc, Main nr Mangmn, li 

Liberty 
Wood J S, tobacco worker, h Green 

rpiIE DURHAM SA8H, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
L Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windovvs, Brackets, 
Balustrades, ttc. 

Wood Miss M A, h Main 

Woodall Jacob A, policeman, h Cleveland 

Wood Irwin, foi"eman, h Main 

Woods J IL oil dealer, h Red Cross 

Woods Mrs Martha A, wid, h South 

Woods R S, gardener, h Green 

Woods Samuel L, tol) worker, h Red Cross 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL GRADES 

BRIGHT PLUG AND TWIST TOBACCO, 

AND FINE GRANULATED SMOKING, 

BiiM 1 VR fUllM'iP . Ambrosia, Harrv Lee, North State, Nat Macon, Dur- 
r^U'tJiiiNU iWiii ; liam Sun cuied, Hattie Walker, Okanke, Dream of 

Love, Cajie Fear, Gov. Allen, Enterprise, Favorite Our Own, Our Pet, Mag 

uolia, Durliani Black and Mahogany Twist. 

SMOKING TOBACCO:— HARRY LEE and RISING STAR. 



G[;ei\uii|e f)ut^l\kn( Yobkddo ! 



NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT ATR-LTNE. Passincr tlimufrh tlie Cities of 
Alexan'lrin, Charlottesville, Lynohhui'ir, Danville. Gieensboro, Reid^- 
ville, Salisbuiy, Columbia, Au|justa, and to the iSouth and .South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washinsiton, D. C. 



96 



DIRECTORY.— White. 



Woods W A, nuicliine hand, h Green 

Woods Wm IT, h Rod Cross 

Woodward G W, book-keeper, h Broadway 

Woodward Miss N(ila, music teacher, h Broadway 

Woody E, clerk, h Main 

Word John, book-keeper, h 44 Dandy 

Worrell R K, clerk, h Manguin nr Main 

Worth E W, carder, h e Durham 

Wortham ^^'^l H, cooperate etc, Foster nr Green, h Jackson 

Wray Mrs C E, wid, h 8 Jackson 

Wray Geo, stamper boss, h 8 Jackson 

Wrenn G W, carpenter, h Jones 

AVrenn J N, carpenter, r Driver House 

Wrenn Mrs Mary A, wid, h e Durham 

AVright T D, sec and treas Durham Bobbin and Shuttle Co, 

h Alston ave 
Wyatt Bros, grocers, Mam opp P O 
AVyatt E F, E F Wyatt & Son, h Raleigh 
Wyatt E F & Son, harness mfs. Main nr Corcoran 
Wyatt M B, Wyatt Bros, h Main 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall drug 
store building. Call aad see us. J. B. Whitaker, Jk., & Co. 

Wyatt W F, E F AVyatt & Son, h Raleigh 

Wyatt W J, Wyatt Bros, h e Durham 

Yancey S II, foreman leaf dept, h Lea 

Yarborough Miss Alma, cig packer, h Lea 

Yarborough Mrs Cora M, wid, h Morris 

Yarborough Mrs Dora, wid, h Lea 

Yates Rev E A, pastor Trinity Meth Church, h llolloway 

Yates Miss Pearl, h llolloway 

Yates R R, carpenter, h 26 Lea 




J,TWIlKI!IS&[0, 



DEALERH IN 

bmm Previsions, Flo'dr, 

bacon, smoked meats, 

fish and salt, 

Confectioneries, Fruits. Canned 

Goods, Vegetables, Tobacco 

and Cigars, Teas. Coffees, 

Spices, & Fancy Groceries. 

Main, between Corcoran and 
Mangum, DURHAM, N. C. 



rpHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahocrany Eng- 
X lish Oak, Burled Walnut. Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Hlu«- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, pronii)tly sent by mail uj on 
application. Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadway. New York. 



P' 3 ^ 'A)* t T * Tlie great Freiglit and Passenjier Line of 

iean')OI]t 2111 -L(ir)e, the south, with unsurpassed facilities for 



prompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington. 1). C. 

^jjjj,(^rj.Q|^Y.— White. 



For information, 



97 



Yates Miss Sallie, h Holloway 

Yearbv Mrs Sarah, wid, h Wvatt 

Yearby W M, drug clerk, h Wyatt 

Young Men's Christian Association, Corcoran nr Main 

Young Wni, school teacher, also Stone & Young, h e Durham 

Younger C G, house and sign painter, Church nr Main, h do 

Younger J C, meat market, 9 City Market, h Main nr 

Churcli 
Younger Mrs M A, dress maker. Church nr Main 
Younger Mrs M A, wid, h Mangum 
Younger Marcus, butcher, h Main 

rpHE DURHAM SASII, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURINCr 
I Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windows, Brackets, 
Balustrades. &c. 




J. C. YOUNGER, 



DEALER IX 



AND IN FACT A FULL STOCK OF 



VEAL, POliK, LAMB, SAUSAGE 

AND MEATS OF ALL KINDS 
Constantly on hand. 

STALL, NO 9, MARKET HOUSE, 




C. u. 



House, Sign and Or&anentil 

Painter, Paper Hanger, 

AND WINDOW SHADE 
MANUFACTURER. 

Home Address, 



WORE DONKIN VIRGINI A AND KQRTH CAROLINA. 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 




A MODEL NORTH CAROLINA FACTORY. 



Oapt. Jasme Y. Wliitted's Plug, Twist and Smoking- 
Establishment at Durham, N C. 



— T77":E3:Ea^ ^sroxr <3-o to — 

]^EW-> TOKK-:-CTTY 

BE SURE AND STOP AT THE 



COR. 4 h AVE and 26bh STREET. 
WITH x\LL MODKHN IMPROVEMENTS. 



TURNER^S 

COLORED DEPARTMENT. 



A DAMS ADALINE, washer, h Seoggiiis row 

Adams J)ella, Avasher, h Maiigum 
Adams Henry, lab, h Smoky Hollow 
Adams Jelf, butler, h Dillard 
Adams Lonis, lab, h Scoggins row 
Adams 1 bos, lab, b Mangum 
Adams Tim,hackman, r Sear's stables 
Aitcb Tom, shoemaker, h Peony 
Akin Gilford, ial), h e Durham 
Allbright John, tob worker, r Parrish 
Allen .Henry, lab, r Main nr Mangum 
Allen Jack, carpenter, h Hayti 
Allen Pleas, lab, h Banks 
Allen Prince, hostler, b Soutb 
Allen Kichmond, b Hayti 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURIN^r 
Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in the best manner. 

Allen Sarah, cook, b Dillard 

Alston Flora, dom, h Mangum nr R R 

Alston p]dward, h Mangum 

Alston Henry, plasterer, h Mangum 

Alston Lucy, washer, b Bailey's al 

Alston Patience, cook, r Mangum nr R R 

Amey Charles, driver, b Railroad pi 

Amey Cornelius, lab,h Railroad pi 

Amey Lemuel, lab, h Hayti 

Amey Orange, h Railroad pi 

A nan Henry, lab, h Mangum 

Anan Milly, washer, b Alangum 

Anderson David, mason, b Poplar 

Armstrong Albert, coachman, b Railroad pi 

G^enuine ©UT^l^kii] Vofekddo ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passin;i throught the fities oi" 
I Riileigh, Durham, Gohlsboi-o, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca. Gains- 
viUe and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, addres^^, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

Too DIRECTORY.— Colored" 



Arner Sheppard, lab. h Hayti 

Ash Henry, lab, h Rigsbee av 

Ash Jas, lab, h Rigsbee av 

Atkins Alvis, h llayti 

Atkinson Calvin, porter, h Orange 

Atwater Carrie, washer, h Cobb 

Atwater Emma, washer, h Angier av 

Atwater Francis, dom, h Mangum 

Austin Emma, washer, h Shanty Row 

Austin Ferdinand, tob worker, h 51 Vickers 

Austin Matilda, dom, h Bailej-'s al 

Bailey Harriet, h Hayti 

Beiley John, lab, h Liberty 

Bailey Julia, cook, h Alston av 

Bailey Lum, h Scoggins row 

Bailey Mack, tob worker, h Hayti 

Bailey Nannie, tob worker, h Hayti 

Baldwin Price, porter, h Chapel Hill 

Banks Maria, boarding house, h Fayetteville rd 

Banks , lab, h Hayti 

THE DAILY TOBACCO PLANT has the largest hona Jitic cirenlatioji 
ever secured by a Durham daily. Therefore is the Ijest advertising 

medium. 

Banks Abner, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Banks Grace, h Red Cross 
Banks Jinmiic, h Red Cross 
Banks Sylvia, h Chapel Hill 
Bannock Young, tob worker, h w Durham 
Barbee Green, farmer, h Fayetteville rd 
Barbee Jennie, washer, h Fayetteville rd 
Barbee Mary F, washer, h Fayetteville rd 
Barbee Sarah, washer, h South 
Barbee Thedosia, nurse, h Fayettevill rd 
Barnes Jim, watchman. Banner Warehouse 
Barnes AVm, cook, h Main nr Church 
Barnhart Edward, drayman, h Hayti 
Barton John, barber, h Mangum 
Baskerville Laura, dom, h Main 
Battam Sam, tob worker, h Parrish 
Battle DanI, lab, h Queen 

Battle Daniel, cabinet maker, Main nr Mangum, h Main 
Baulin Julia, washer, h Angier av 
Beattie W M, h Pettigrew" 
Best Jim. lab, h Proctor 



rpHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
X lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address. PEEK k SON. 1567 Broadway. New York. 



y,i i 1 <r>' 1 J <Tl' r. T • Tlie shortest direct line 

iake tqe 1 letlniOllt fAll-l^me, fl.onlWa8hington,D.C.. 
an<l Ricliiuond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For imtbrmation, ad- 
chess, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTOEY.— Colored. 101 



IJeves Allie, tob worker, h w Durham 

Binirliani Charles, waiter, h Parrish 

Bingham M B, Wrii^ht & Bingham, h cor Main and Dillarcl 

Birch Jim, hib, h Main 

Birch Patsey, washer, h Peony 

Bird C, tannery, h e Durham 

Bishop Donahl, tob worker, h Shanty row 

Bishop Geo, hib, h Pine 

Bishop Sukey, h Pine 

Bivens Wesley, tob worker, h Bailey's al 

Blackley Jack, tob worker, h w Durham 

Blackwell Ada, nurse, h South 

P)lackwell Jennie, washer, h Seminary 

Blackwell Susan, washer, h Seminary 

Bolden Fannie, washer, h Corporation 

Bolden Harriet, washer, h Corporation 

Bolden Kate, dom, h Corporation 

Boles Kinzey, mason, h Ilayti 

Bonnett Carrie, washer, h Pettigrew 

Boniiett Lena, washer, h Scoggins row 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MUNUFACTURING 
Co., Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping done 
in best manner. 

Boose Martha, washer, h Mangum 

Bouton Joe, lab, h Corporation 

Boyd John, butler, h Pine 

Boyte John, butler, h Morehead av 

Bradshaw Dilsy, h Pettigrew 

Bradshaw Edward, lab,h Liberty 

Branch Lawrence, butler, "Somerset Villa," Dillard 

Brandon Chas, trucker, h Pine 

Brandon & Cole, grocers. Smoky Hollow 

Brandon John, carpenter, h Fayetteville rd 

Jirandon Moses, Brandon & Cole, h Fairview 

Brandon Sam, tob worker, h 54 Chapel Hill 

Brandon Smith, carpenter, h Proctor 

Brewer Annie, h Cobb 

Brewer Benie, cook, h Cobb 

Brewer Eva, dom, h Poplar 

Brock Lucy, washer, h Poplar 

Browder Geo, brick layer, h Amey al 

Brown Amos, lab, h Strayhorn 

Brown Clorinda, washer, h Pettigrew 

Brown H W, barber, Mangum nr R R, h do 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco f;;,'irunrS 

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



(^"). -. ^ ^T)' c r * The (iroat P,i--sen i^ei- aii<l Frei^'lit l,iiii> 

J ietllT|Or^t All - L(llie, of tlie south, with unsurpassed Facilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freiglit Service. For informa- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

102 DIRECTOKY.— Colored. 



Brown Jetf, driver, h 50 Vickers 
Brown John, drayman, h Vickers 
Brown John, lab, h Railroad 
Brown Luln, tob worker, h Shanty row 
Brown Mary A, washer, h Railroad 
Brown Younger, brick layer, h Hayti 
Bryant E B, "stone cutter, h Red Cross 
Bryant George, waiter, h Red Cross 
Bryant John, waiter, h Red Cross 
Rryant Ivatie, washer, h Cobb 
Bryant Mary, h Red Cross 
Buchanan Edw, hostler, h 52 Chapel Hill 
Bullocks Celia, tobacco worker, h Peabody 
Bullocks C W, lab, h Scoggins row 
Bullocks Henry, lab, h Peabody 
Bullocks LilHe, cook, h Proctor 
Bullock Mitti,e, washer, h Johnson 
Bullocks Rachael, washer, h Scoggins row 
Bullock Wm, tob picker, h Proctor 
Bunipus Finch, engineer, h South 

FOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY (lOODS, l.e sure to go to 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitakkr, Ju., & Co. 

Bumpns Francis, washer, h Pine 

Bumpus Jim, tob worker, h Proctor 

Bumpus Melissa, washer, h McManning 

Bumpus, Nettie, h Ilayti 

Bumpus Rowena, washer, h Ilayti 

Burch Graham, clom, h HoUoway 

Burnett Julia, h McManning 

Burnett Thos, hostler, h McManning 

Burt Mary, h Corporation 

Burt Matthew, tob worker, h Vickers ave 

Burton, Henry, porter at Claiborn Hotel 

Burton Martha, wosher, h Morehead ave 

Burton S B, billiards, Peabody, r do 

Burton Wesley, janitor, h Morehead ave 

Bush Caldwell, lab, h Shanty Row 

Bush Maggie, washer, h Shanty Row 

Bush Mary, washer, h Shanty Row 

Butler J B K, pastor Mt Vernon Baptist Church, h Ramsay 

Hill 
Bynum Chas, h Proctor 
Bynum Joe, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



Lake tqe rietlinoiit iYii'-l^ii^e west, Mont 



y>:.^r\ .^^.^4- (S):.(. T :..^ TotlieSoutli and South 

g o m o r y . 
Mobile, New Oi-leons, Slirive{)Oit, Texas and California. For intbrniation, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, I>. C. 

i)TEECTORY.— Colored. 108 



I'yimm Kale, dom, h Lea 
Byiuini Lanra, cook, h Scroo'gins row 
Bynuiii Oscar, lal>, h Scroggins row 
Caniinon Jano, h 204 Vickers ave 
Cainmon John, hoxinaker, h Banks 
Canmion Luke, carjienter, li Banks 
Oauunon Marv, li Banks 
Campbell Wni, tob worker, h Proctor 
Canadv Win, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 
Cannedy Lucy, washer, h Baily's al 
Capps F P, Ca[»ps Bj^os, h Ainej' avo 
Capps F P & 11 L, restaurant, Parrish 
C'apps 11 L, Capps Bros, h Mangum 
C'apiis Lucius, restaurant, h Mangum 
Ca[»}is liuth, cook, li Morris 
Carroll Peter, tob worker, h Hayti 
Carron Sidney, carpentei", h Hayti 
Carter Eliza, dom, h 40 Pettigrew 
Carver Lettie, cook, h Main 
Carver Samuel, porter, h 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hai'd wood. 

Castleherry Annie, cook, li Foster 
Castleberry M, carpenter, h Foster 
Castleherry Rosa, tob worker, h F'oster 

Chambers Rev A J, pastor A M E C'hurch, li Fayetteville rd 
Chandlers Chavis, restaurant, Parrish, h Rigsbee ave 
Champ Anthony, lab, h Ramsey hill 
Champ Harriet, cook, h Ramsey hill 
Chavis Annie, dom, h Morris 
Chavis Maggie, washer, h Chapel Hill 
Chavis Thomas, h Chapel Hill 

Christmas Matthew, head waiter, Hotel Claiborn, h Rail- 
road |il 
Church Lon, lab, h Peabodv 
Clark Billy, lab, h Chapel Hill 
Clark Sam, tob worker, h Peonj' 
Clark Sarah, h l^eony 
Clay Tom, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 
Clegg Archie, lab, h Poplar 
(Megg Robt, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Clennnens Annie, washer, h e Main 
Clemmens Lizzie, cook, h Cobb 

Slkdkweir^ f)ui*l\kni Yobkdco ! 

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



rilAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing throwgli the Cities oi" 
X Alexandria, Clualottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Reids- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Wasjjington, D. C. 

104 DIPtECTOEY^CoLORKi). ~ 



Cole Ella, washer, h e Main 

Cole Geo, Brandon & Cole, h Smoky Hollow 

Coleman Jane, washer, h Pettigrew 

Coleman John, tob worker, h Pettigrew 

Coley Emerline, washer, h Proctor 

Colly Flora, washer, h Morehead av 

Colly W F, lab, Morehead av 

Colwell Samnel, porter, h Queen 

Cooke S T, grocery and boarding house, Mangnni nr Main, h 

do 
Cooper Lonis, tob worker, h Liberty 
Cotton Kod, lab, h Pettigvew 
Couch Eli, drayman, h Chapel Hill 
Couch Mary, washer, h Chapel Hill 
Crawford Daniel, tob worker, h Corporation 
Crawford Edward, tob worker, h Corporation 
Creig Alex, cook, h Peony 
Creig J) C, lab, h Chapel Hill 
Creig Eliza, washer, h Chapel Hill 
Creig Patty, washer, h Srayhorn 

The Weekly Tobacco I'lant! 

HANDSOMEST IN THE STATE— ONLY $1.50 PER YEAR. 
Creig Tom, lab, h Proctor 
Creig Wesley, lab, h Hayti 
Creig Wm, lab, h Stray horn 
Crews Charley, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Cunningham Pattie, cook, h Rigsbee av 
Curry Ella, dom, h w Durham 
Curtiss W L, lab, h Hayti 
Dancy Captain, h e Durham 
Daniel Flemming, lab, h Main 
Daniel Harriet, dom, h Main 
Daniel Richard, lab, h Vickers 
David Frank, stone mason, h Queen 
Davis Addie, tob worker, h w Dniham 
Davis Bettie, sack stringer, h Pettigrew 
Davis Charles, lab, h Chapel Hill 
Davis Chas, tob worker, h 50 Vickers 
Davis Wiley, tob worker, h Shanty row 
Daj' Alec, tob worker, h Peony 
Day Bettie, washer, h Amey al 
Day Jane, washer, h Cleveland 
Day Julie, cook, h South 



mHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany, English 
I Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail ui)Ou aji- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



JENKINS & WALTHALL 



.••And Ppinteps, •• 



f^Vwi^ 'W'<r ' W W' ^' ww <r''< * '^' 



9, 11 and 13 N. Twelfth St., 

KicKMONO, - ViK-GriisrijPL. 

Blank Books of all kinds made to order. 
Check, Draft and Note Books, 

Either Printed or Lithographed, 

Bill, Letter and Note Heads, 

And all kinds Mercantile Printing, 
^l-Done Promptly and at Iioxxt Pmees.-l^ 



Magazines of all \(\v^h^ Sou[]h '117 ai^v] §tv|le 

Special attention given to orders tor RIBBON BADGES stamped in 
Gold, for Societies. 



^ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION,-^- 

TRY US. IT WILL PAY YOU. 



106 



JENKINS & WALTHALL. 



B ookbinder s . 

••• And Ppinteps, ••• 



•W" VW ^' W W<^'^' WWVW^ ' WW y ^ ^ 



9, 11 and 13 N. Twelfth St., 

^^«« — ->--< — ^^^— 
Blank Books of all kinds made to order. 
Check, Draft and Note Books, 

Either Printed or Lithographed, 
Bill, Letter and Note Heads, 

And all kinds Mercantile Printing, 
•^l-Done Piromptly and at Iiom Pmees.-I^ 



Magazirpesolalll^ii^^sBoQi^Sii^ ai^x^ Stvile 

Special attention given to orders for RIBBON BADGES stamped in 
Gold, for Societies. 



^ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.-^- 

TRY US. IT WILL PAY YOU, 



>T< , 1 ,1 '^' 1 J. C\)' ^ T ' The shortest direct line 

l^lke tlie riedn-|01lt 5^ l M(l ri e, f,oni Washington, D.C, 
and Richmond, Va., to Athinta and Birmingham. For imformation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIEECTORY.— Colored. 105 



Day Wiley, lab, h Aniej^ al 
Day Wm, tob worker, h Peony 
Dick Lizzie, cook, h Maiiguni 
Dixon Ada, nurse, h Reams av 
Dixon Bettie, nurse, h Reams av 
Dixon Bindie, washer, h Reams av 
Dixon Joseph, brick maker, h Reams av 
Dixon Lethia, dom, h Cleveland 
Donnah Walter, lab, h Strayhorn 
Dotcher Martha, tob worker, h Hayti 
Dotcher Minnie, tob worker, h Hayti 
Dotrie Jim, lab, h Peony 
Douglas Fannie, washer, h Ramsey hill 
Douglas Flora, tob worker, h Vickers 
Downes Rev Geo, minister, h Peony 
Doyle Robert, lab, h Johnson 
Duke Sarah, washer, h Corporation 
Dunigan Austin, h Strayhorn 
Dunigan Ella, cook, h Mangum 
Dunigan Ovid, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Dunigan West, lab, h Strayhorn 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, I'looring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build- 
ing Material. 

Dunigan Zack, tob worker, h Seminary 
Dunston Wm, lab, h Peabody 
Durham Annie, washer, h Strayhorn 
Durham Mary, washer, h Peony 
Durham Sallie, Avasher, h Peabody 
Eckle Letta, washer, h Poplar 

Edwards & Jeffireys, shoemakers, Corcoran opp Farmers Al- 
liance Warehouse 
Edwards Jim, lab, h Proctor 
Edwards Richmond, tob worker, h Proctor 
Edwards Thomas G, Edwards & Jeffreys, h Hayti 
Elam Henry, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Elliott John, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Elliott John, lab, r Pine nr R R 
Ellison Nick, tob worker, h 56 Chapel Hill 
Ellison Wm, tob worker, h 53 Chapel Hill 
Emmerson Jordan, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Evans Badger, lab, h Railroad 
Evans James, porter, li Dillard 
Evans Matt, drayman, h Scoggins row 

BlackwellVDui^^ 

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



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passing througlit tlic riti*-'; o- 
Raleigh, Durham. Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Grt'enville, Seneca, (iains, 
ville and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

106 dTkECTOEY.— Colored. 

Evans Nancy, cloin, h Borporation 
Evans Raney, h 48 Vickers 
Evans Squire, lab, h llayti 
Evans Z T, matrass maker, h Pettigrew 
Fairbone Casslc, washer, h Gobi) 
Farrington Gen, lab, h Peabody 
Farrington, barber, h Fayetteville rd 
Fancett Dunard, tob worker, h Peony 
Faucett Geo, lab, h Poplar 
Faucett Henrietta, dom, h Morris 
Faucett Henry, lab, h Proctor 
Faucett Jerry, lab, h Rayti 
Faucett L C, tob worker, h Orange 
Faucett Lindsey, drayman, h 54 Chapel Hill 
Ferrell George, lab, h 66 Chapel Hill 
Ferrell Mandy, washher, h e Main 
Fitz Jackson ,\lrayman, h Pettigrew 
Fitz Thomas, tob worker, h Foster 
Fitzgerald Edw, lab, h Peony 
Fitzgerald Lee, trucker, h Peony 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK SToRE is lociite.l on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in tlie old Blacknall (h-ug 
store building. Call aad see us. J. B. Whitaker, ,I k.. A; Co. 

Fitzgerald Mary, h Chapel Hill 

Fitzgerald R B*^, brick mfr, Chapel Hill, h do 

Fitzgerald Sarah, h Chapel Hill 

Floyd Geo W, painter, h Mangum nr Main 

Foster Thomas, waiter, h Peabody 

Ford Dave, lab, h Scroggins row 

Fowler Abe, lab, h Railroad 

Fowles Alice, cook, h Johnson 

Freeland Edw, tob worker, h Red Cross 

Freeland Julia, cook, h South Green 

Freeland Maggie, washer, h Railroad pi 

Freeman Rebecca, cook, h Chapel Hill 

Fuller Frank, lab, h Hayti 

Fuller Gabe, tob worker, h w Durham 

Fuller Martha, cook, h Poplar 

Fuller Mary, dom, h Morris 

Garland John, tob worker, h Roxboro 

Gattis Benj, lab, h Fayetteville rd 

Gattis Chas, tob worker, h Hayti 

Gear Peter, tob worker, h w Durham 

Gear Cornelia, washer, h Poplar 

HE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany. EnglisJi 
Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrate<l 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail ui.on a].- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New Yoik. 



(^■^. 1 ^ (^' ' T ' The ^rc'at Freij^ht and Passengnr Line of 

1 ledlllOllt fn.ir-JL(ir|e, the SouUi, with unsurpassed facilities for 
prompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

milECTORY^CoLORED. 107 



Geer Jane, cook, h cor Main and Queen 

Geei- .Tuna, cook, h Cleveland 

George Martha, doni, h Manguni 

Gesse Tenipy, b Smoky Hollow 

Gibson Henry, lab, h Proctor 

Gibson Luciene, seamstress, h Proctor 

Gibson Mary, cook, h Proctor 

Gibson Nathan, h Proctor 

Gier Oliver, kb, h South Green 

Gill Lucv, h Ilayti 

Gill Willie, lab,'h Hayti 

Gilmore David, lab, h Willard 

Gilmore Nick, barber, h Pettigrew 

Gilmore Nancy, washer, h Willard 

Gilmore R M, brick-layer, h Hayti 

Glenn Annis, sack stringer, h Hayti 

Glenn Joe, lab, h Strayhorn 

Glenn Lizzie, cook, h Scoggins row 

Goodloe Amos, grocer, Peabody nr Mangura, h Hayti 

Goodloe Daniel, blacksmith, h Hayti 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MUNUFACTURING 
Co., Woothvorkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping done 
in best manner. 

Goodloe Dan, lab, h Hayti 
Goodloe Harry, tob worker, h Hayti 
Goodloe Louis, lab, b Hayti 
Goodloe Nathan, blacksmith, h Hayti 
Goodloe Ovie, carpenter, h Hayti 
Goodloe T J, clerk, h Hayti 
Goster Guss, lab, h Seminary 
Gowen Eliza, washer, h Peony 
Graham Henry, h Peabody 
Graham Sal lie, washer, h Proctor 
Graves Ellen, washer, h Lea 
Graves Emeline, dom, h Willard 
Gray Adam, lab, h Mangum 
Gray Hickle, lab, h Rigsbee av 
Gray Washington, lab, h Rigsbee av 
Green Adeline, washer, h Hayti 
Green Annie, dom, h Hayti 
Green Calvin, lab, h Hayti 
Green Coleman, snuff maker, h Hayti 
Green Elisha, lab, h Hayti 
Green Hattie, dom, h Ramseur 

^elikble ki^d ^kti^f^dtoi^y ! 

BLACK WELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



T 



Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensl)oro, Reids- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

108 DIEECTORY.— Colored! 

Green Henry, stemmer, h Peabody 

Green Linda, cook, h Vickers av 

Green Rentha, cook, h Hayti 

Green Sam, lab, h e Durham 

Green Simon, tinsmith, h Main 

Grey Sallie, dom,h Scoggins row 

Grimes Hattie, tob stemmer, h Peabody 

Grimes John W, tob worker, h Peabody 

Guess Frank, lab, h Reams av 

Guess Tempy, tob worker, h Corporation 

Gunn Maria, dom, h Proctor 

Haines Jim, lab, h Smoky Hollow 

Haines Angus, clerk, h Fayette ville rd 

Haliburton Maria, washer, h Reams av 

Hall Alice, h Hayti 

Hall Calvin, waiter, h Seminary 

Hall Chas, tob worker, h Peony 

Hall Charles, cook Hotel Claiborn, h Sminary 

Hall Fannie, dom, h Seminary 

Hall Harry, lab, h Hayti 

The Weekly 'i^obaoco Plant! 

HANDSOMEST IN THE STATE— ONLY $1.50 PER YEAR. 
Hall Jane, washer, h Hayti 
Hall Ruffin, washer, h Hayti 
Hampton Mary, washer, h Strayhorn 
Hanna Corriana, washer, h Rowland 
llanna E, drayman, h Rowland 
Hargrave Jane, washer, h e Main 
Hargrave Martha, washer, h Morehead av 
Hargrave Sallie, cook, h Johnson 
Harrington Ben, lab, h Pine 
Harris Bettie, washer, h Smoky Hollow 
Harris Bolen, lab, h Strayhorn 
Harris Clorrie, washer, h Scoggins row 
Harris Geo, mason, h Poplar 
Harris John, driver, h South 
Harris Marj', h Hayti 
Harris Martha, lab, h Seminary 
Harris Susan, dom 
Hart Armie, h Aniey al 
Hart Dave, lab, h Strayhorn 
Hart Duncan, driver, h Strayhorn 
Hart Lucy, bag stringer, h Amey al 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. " Illti-- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent bv mail upon 
application. Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadvvav. New York. 



W , 1 .1 tr> • 1 j_ Cx)' c T ' To the South and South 

Take U\Q riednqOqt 'ilir-J^llie west, Montgomery, 

Mobile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. 109 



Hart Lulu, h Aniey al 

Hart Nannie, washer, h Strayhoni 

llaskin Fannie, washer, h Fayetteville rd 

Ilaskins Lazarus, tob worker, h Scoggins row 

ILaskins Logan, I'armer, h Ainey al 

ILaskins Nathan, dom, h Main 

Haskins Pheobe, washer, h Amey al 

Ilaskins Virgil, lab, h Fayettevillo rd 

Hawkins Nathan, drayman, h Watkins 

Hawkins Robert, barber, h Manguni nr R R 

Hayes Washington, mason, h Cha|>el Hill 

Haynes AB, clerk, h Fayetteville rd 

Haywood Albert, barber, h Pettigrew 

Hc'artt Eliza, tob worker, h Peony 

Heartt Ida, nurse, h Strayhorn 

Heartt Morgan, tob worker, h Strayhorn 

Heartt Morris, tob worker, h Strayhorn 

Heartt Nelson, h Strayhorn 

Henderson Annie, sack stringer, h Chape! Hill 

Henderson Dempsy, gardener, h Chapel Hill 

^1HE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windows, Brackets, 
Balustrades, &c. 

Henderson Emma, sack stringer, h Chapel Hill 

Henderson Etta, washer, h Scoggins row 

Henderson Gabriel, butler, h Strayhorn 

Henderson Henry, tob worker, h Pettigrew 

Henderson Mollie, sack stringer, h Chapel Hill 

Henderson Nat, lab, h Chapel Hill 

Henderson Turner, lab,h Chai^el Hill 

Henderson Wm,tob worker, h Pettigrew 

Hendricks Katy, h Pettigrew 

Ilerndon Delia, dom, h Manguni 

Herndon Wm, lab, h Hayti 

Hester Martha, cook, h Pettigrew 

Heston Francis, cook, h w Durham 

Hicks E W, barber, r Manguni nr Main 

Hicks Mary, dom, h s of City 

Hight Sam, blacksmith, h Strayhorn 

Hill Edmund, h Hayti 

Hill Henry, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 

Hill Kate, cook, h Proctor 

Hill Mary, dom, h Morris 

Hines Bettie, nurse, h 32 Willard 



Blkdkweir^ ©ufl^kni l^obkdco ! 

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



rPAKE THE PIEDMONT AlK-LINE, Pass-in.2 throuj.'h Mir Citi<-s of 
I Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, .Spartanhurg, Greenvillo, Seneca, G;iiiis- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

no DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



F 



Hities Charles, barber, h Strtiyhorii 

Hinton Charles, porter, h Hayti 

Hodge Molhe, cook, h Hayti 

Hodge Mollie, cook, h Morehead av 

Hogan Bill, lab, h Seminary 

Hogan Mark, lab, h Peabody 

Hogan Win, tob worker, h w Durham 

Hogans Aggie, washer, h Pettigrew 

Jlogans Sallie, h Pettigrew 

Holland Catherine, cook, h Vickers av 

Holloway Charles, blacksmith, Peabody, h Albright 

Holloway Georgianna, washer, h Reams av 

Holloway Isham, firenian, h Hayti 

]Tolloway John, lab, h Reams av 

Holman Annie, washer, h Amey al 

Hohnan Caroline, doin, h South 

Holman Charity, washer, h Amey al 

Holman Chas, lab, h Peabody 

Holman Henry, lab, h Peabody 

Holmes John, baker. Main nr Mangum 

lOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go lo 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. WlIITAKER, Ju., &, Co. 

Holmes Wm, h Haj'ti 

Holt Emma, seamstress, h Hayti 

Holt Victoria, cook, h 45 Dandy 

Hooker Mary, dom, h Mangum 

Hopkins Mary, cook, h Reams av 

Horace Polly, sack stringer, h Reams av 

Horace Randal, brick mason, h Reams av 

Horner Lucy, cook, h Strayhorn 

Horton Annie, washer, h e Main 

Horton John, drayman, h Pettigrew 

Horton Ora, washer, h Pettigrew 

Howell Virginia, h Watkins 

Hughes Bradford, tob worker, h Hayti 

Hunt Isaac, tob worker, h Hayti 

Hunter Ada, school teacher, h Fayetteville rd 

Hunter Chas, school teacher, h South 

Hurt Richard, butcher, h Pettigrew 

Husband Fannie, cook, h Pettigrew 

Husband Sarah, nurse, h Pettigrew 

Ireland Junius, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 

Ivens Addie, tob worker, h Peabody 

Wi n L^ ©•!- • Manufactured bv Peek & Son, (Establish - 

ii\e Ucpera riaHOl ed 1850), 1557 and 1569 Broadway, and 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design. Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



mAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing throuorh the Cities of 
jL Ralei^'h, Durham, (loldsboro, Spartanbur;;, Greenville, Seneca, Gain.^- 
ville and Athens, to the iSouth and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



Iveiis Agnes, washer, h Poplur 

Ivens Jas, drayman, h Peabody 

Ivory Isaac, lab, h South 

elackson Ben, tob worker, h Ilayti 

Jasper llarvey, cook, h Orange 

Jeit'ers Annie, ninse, h Liberty 

Jetters John A, hib, h Rigsbee av 

Jeffers Louisa, washer, Rigsbee av 

Jetfers Mike, li Green 

Jeffreys M C, Edwards & JeftVeys, shoemakers, h Ilayti 

Jenkins Delia, sack maker, h Chapel Hill 

Jenkins Henderson, lab, h Morehead av 

Jenkins Mary, washer, h e Durham 

Jenkins Xelson, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 

Jenkins Sallie, washer, h e Durham 

Johnson Albert, brick layer, h Ilayti 

Johnson Benj, lab, h Ilayti 

Johnson Caroline, washer, h Ilayti 

Johnson Cyrus, huckster, Peabody, h Hayti 

Johnson Dan, tob worker, h Pettigrew 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 

Johnson David, dom, h Green 
Johnson Edward, lab, h e Durham 
Johnson Frances, sack stringer, h Hayti 
Johnson Jas, lab, h Rigsbee av 
Johnson Jennie, washer, h Poplar 
Johnson Julia, cook, h Jones 
Johnson Lizzie, dom, h 29 Dandy 
Johnson Louisa, cook, h McManninc? 
Johnson Mary, washer, h Chapel Hill 
Johnson Mary, cook, h Morehead av 
Johnson Ricli, tol) worker, h Pettigrew 
Johnson Rufe, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Johnson Sarah, sack stringer, h Hayti 
Johnson Simon, tob worker, h Vickers 
Johnson Stephen, waiter, h 
Johnson Sol, lab, h w Durham 
Johnson Syrus, poultry dealer, h Amey al 
Johnson W H, lab, h Banks 
Johnson AVilson, planer, h w Durham 
Jones Bettie, cook, h Broadway 
Jones Bill, driver, h Corporation 

(genuine f)ut'l\kin ¥obk6do ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



PI . ("T)' 4 T- • The Great Pa-sengcr and FieieJit Line 

letin^Ori t '1\U- -L(llie, of the south, with unsuri-a^sed Facilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freigljt Service. For info)ma- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

112 DIRECTOKY.— Colored. 

Jones Bithie, cook, h Poplar 

Jones Bob, tob worker, h 50 Vickers av 

Jones Booker, cook, h Peabody 

Jones Bryant, lab, h Peony 

Jones Evan, tob worker, h Proctor 

Jones Flora, dom, h South 

Jones Friday, lab, h Strayhorn 

Jones Henry, tob worker, h Pettigrew 

Jones Ileniy II, gardener, h Hayti 

Jones Ida, doni,li Chapel Hill 

Jones J D, vender, h Amey al 

Jones Lnlu, cook, h Liberty 

Jones Maggie, washer, h Peony 

Jones Malinda, washer, h Aniey al 

Jones Matt, tob worker, h Corporation 

Jones Milly, cook, h Poplar 

Jones Paul, tob worker, h Seminary 

Jones Quinton, lab, h Poplar 

Jones Rufus, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 

Jones S W, carpenter, h Proctor 

Subscribe to the Daily Tobacco Plant, 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Jones Sarah, waiter, h Angier av 
Jones Stephen, tob worker, h Poplar 
Jones T J, shoemaker, Peai)ody, h do 
Jones W H, painter, h Proctor 
Jordan Abner, tob stemmer, h Chrpel Hill 
Jordan Coley, tob stemmer, h Chapel Hill 
Jordan Cornelius, farmer, h Railroad pi 
Jordan Edward, presser, h Chapel Hill 
Jordan Elsie, nurse, h Peabody 
Jordan Emma, cook, h Chapel Hill ^ 

Jordan Esther, tob stemmer, h Chapel Hill 
Jordan Maria, dom, h Fayetteville rd 
Jordan Mollie, sack stringer, h Chapel Hill 
Jordan Monroe, 'ab, h Fayetteville rd 
Jordan Rosie, sack stringer, h Chapel Hill 
Jordan Webb, h Fayetteville rd 
Judd Mack, lab, h Scoggins row 
Justice David, tob worker, h Reams av 
Justice John, lab, h Poplar 
Justice Mary, tob employee, h Poplar 
Kane Annie, dom, h Scoggins row 



THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles I Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent hy mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



(^. , . (T)' L T ' The great Freight and Passenfier Line of 
1 ledlllOllt All --L(ir|e, the south, with unsurpassed facilities for 
prompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. 113 



Kane Bella, washer, h Ramsey 
Kane Duncan, lab, h Sco2:gins row 
Kane Fannie, washer, h Peony 
Kiiue Henrietta, lab, h Strayhorn 
Kane James, lab, h Kamsay hill 
Kane Janie, waslier, h Scoggins row 
Kane John, lab, h Ramsay 
Kane Maria, washer, h Strayhorn 
Ka})its Jim, tob worker, h Peabocly 
Kazort Etta, washer, h Peony 
Keps James, tob cutter, h Peabocly 
Kernodle James, musician, h Pine 
Killahew Wm, tinsmith, h Morris 
King Dilla, tob worker, h Ramsey hill 
King Sid, tob worker, h w Durham 
Kirkpatrick Logan, lab, h Chapel Hill 
Knight Virginia, washer, h 51 Vickers av 
Lagg Lucy.tob worker, h Shanty row 
Lane Joe, tob worker, h Blackwell 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MUNUFACTURING 
Co., Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Rippnigdone 
in best manner. 

Lane Leafy, dom, h Strayhorn 

Lane Lunford, driver, h Blackwell 

Lassiter Bettie, washer, h Corporation 

Lassiter Stephen, porter at Claiborn Hotel, h Ha3^ti 

Lattas Burrell, school teacher, h Amey al 

Lattas Caroline, washer, h Fayetteville rd 

Lattas Jas, lab, h Proctor 

Lattas Mary, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 

Lattas Sandy, h Fayetteville rd 

Laurence Mann, tob worker, h South 

In the "Bij? 9 BviiUling," Maiigum St., Near Main, 

WE arc prepared to serve you a FIRST-CLAS-5 MEAL at any hour, and If you wish 
to stop over, wiH lurnish vou a comfortable room, aU on reasonable terms. \Ve 
have in connection with our boarding department, a nice stock of Groceries, Conlec- 
tioneries, Cigars and Tobacco. We earnestly solicit the patronage of all our friends. 
Give us a call and see for yourselves. Respectfully, COOIKE 



^ enaeie 'd>i\i± > 

BLACK WELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



fvelikble k^d ^kti^fkdtoi'y ! 



TAKE TflE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passing throught the cities of 
Raleigh, Durham, Golclsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains, 
viile and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address. 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



114 



DIRECTOEY.— Colored. 



Laws Candes, waitress, h Queen 
Laws Henry, lab, h Queen 
Lecher Jas, tob worker, h Proctor 
Lee John, h Sco£^.£ci»s ''«^^' 
Lee Pattie, washer, h Scoggins row 
Lee Reuben, hib, h w Durham 
Lethers Adaline, washer, h Proctor 
Letbers J M, hah, h Pettigrew 
Lethers Jack, painter, h Railroad pi 
Lethers Jane, sack stringer, h e Durham 
Lethers Sid, lab, h Pettigrew 
Lethers Thos, lab, h e Durham 
Lewis Jim, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 
Lindsay Henry, barber, h Peabody 
Lion Harriet, washer, h Poplar 
Lipscomb Menervia, cook, r Peabody 
Little Wm, lab, h Ramsey 
Lockhart Ilenry, cook, h Ramseur 
Ijockhart Wm, lab, h w Durham 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall drug 
store building. Call and see us. J. B. Whitakek, Jr., & Co. 




IBWAlDS&JllfllYS, 
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS 

AND GENERAL REPAIRERS. 

Corcoran Street. - - DURHAM, N. C. 

NEXT TO BLaCKNALL'.S DRUG STORE. 



Special -A-ttentioan. 
GIA^EX TO ALL ORDERS for FINE GOODS 

and would inform the public that I am 
prepared to furnish goods of the iinest qual- 
ties at very short no- 
tice and at 
very rea- 
sonable 
prices. 

W<-( /-v ,, ^'^ f Manufactured bv Peek <fe Son, (Establish - 

1 l\e Upera riar^Ol ed 1850), ISe? and 1509 Broadway, an.l 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design. Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 





TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through the Cities of 
Raleigh, Durham, (loldsboro, Spartanlmrg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For intbrmation, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIEECTORY.— Colored. 115 

Lockiear Jane, cook, h 22 Williard 

Lono: Lizzie, washer, h Mangiim 

Long D, lab, h Peabody 

Long 8adie, nurse, b Scoggins row 

Loop James, carpenter, h Peabody 

Lord Lizzie, tob worker, h Proctor 

Love Frank, tob worker, h w Durham 

Love Geo, lab, h w Durham 

Lowe John, driver, h Chapel Ilill 

Lowe AV'm, tob worker, h Peabody 

Lumsford David, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 

Lunsford Faniiie, cook, h Reams av 

Lunsford Herbert, lab, h Strayhorn 

Lunsford N A, waiter, h Reams av 

Lyon Anthony, lab, h Roxboro 

Lyon Elijah, tob worker, h Pine 

Lyon Frank, mason, h Smoky Hollow 

Lyon Nannie, cook, h Roxboro 

L^'ons Dave, lab, h Hayti 

T^ HE DURHAM SASH,"^ DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 

Lyons Mack, tob prizer, h Pine 
Lyons Musk, tob worker, h Pine 
McAden Edw, tob worker, h Peabody 
McAden Julia, tob worker, h Peabody 
McCloud Silvia, cook, h Broadway 
McCowen Ada, washer, h Reams av 
McCowen Jennie, cook, h Reams av 
McCowen Lizzie, washer, h Reams av 
McCowen Sand, hostler, r Mangum nr R R 
McCowen Wm, lab, h Reams av 
McCown Ann, h Cleveland 
McCown Potter, T Ray & Co, h Mangum 
McCown Sam, school teacher, h Cleveland 
McCoy James, railroader, h Scoggins row 
McCoy Jarrett, lab, h Amey al 
McCracken Lina, nurse, h Main 
McCulley Fannie, cook, h Pine 
McCulley Louis, tob cutter, h Proctor 
McDade Jasper, drayman, h Hayti 
McLean Bedford, bricklayer, h Peabody 
McLean Bessie, tob worker, h Peabody 
McLean Maria, washer, h Scoggins row 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco JipuLrmX"^; 

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



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing throu/zli the Cities o 
Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

116 DIEECTORY.— Colored. 

McLean Rosie, tob worker, h Peabody 

McLean Silvia, tob worker, h Peabody 

McLeod John, tob worker, li Banks 

Mabin Bob, tob worker, h w Durham 

Mabin Cora, cook, h Bailey's al 

Mabin Diana, cook, h Green 

Mabin Geo F,tob worker, h Chapel Hill 

Mabin John, lab, h Willard 

Macklin G W, barber, cor Main and Church, h PeaT)ody 

Macklin Jas W, restaurant, Church nr Main, h Pettigrew 

Macon Dan A, waiter, r cor Man^^uni nr Main 

Mailett Wni, tob worker, h South 

Malone Buck, h Main nr Mangum 

Malone Fann}-, washer, h Iligsbee 

Molone Julia, cook, h Broadway 

Malone Marj-, washer, h Main nr Mangum 

Malone Romulus, lab, h Bi^oadway 

Mangram Annie, washer, h cor Main and Queen 

Mangum Annie, dom, h Main 

Subscribe to the Daily Tobacco Plaiitj 

FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 
Mangum Frank, lab, h Strayhorn 
Mangum Wm, cook, h Pine 
Manning Edw, lab, h Corporation 
Manuel Julius, h Queen 
Markham Jerry, lab, h Pettigrew 
Markham Wm, tob worker, h Scoggins row 
Martin Geo, lab, h Hayti «• 
Martin John, railroader, h Fayetteville rd 
Martin Robert, lab, h Hayti 
Mason Bessie, washer, h Fayetteville rd 
Mason Bettie, h Fayetteville rd 
Mason Brie, lab, h Fayetteville rd 
Mason Ella, h Peony 
Mason Ivaty, washer, h Corporation 
Mason Louisa, h Corporatinn 
Mayhew Lennie, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Maylett Martha, w^asher, h Proctor 
^layo C B, tob worker, h Hayti 
^layo Cornelius, h Hayti 
Mayo Nellie, h Hayti 
Meadows Geo, h Hayti 
Meeks Buchanan, lab, h Chapel Hill 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, English 
Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, 'Oriental Black. l'lhistrate<l 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon ai)- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



^'(i 1 ^1 'v)' 1 J. C\)' i T ' The shortest direct line 

liike tlie nednioi-|t fA:n'-L(ir|e, ivom Washington, D. a. 

jind Richmond, Va., to Athxnta and Birmingham. For imformation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D.'C. 



DIHECTORY.— Colored. 117 



Meeks Fred, lab, h Chapel Hill 

Meeks Jasper, h Proctor 

Meeks Mainie, washer, h s Green 

Meeks Rosie, washer, h s Green 

Mek)n Rnssel, lab, h Morehead av 

^lerehisoii J \V, Slerchison & Sandford, cor Main and Queen 

Merchison & Sandford, barbers, Mangum nr Main 

Merrick John, bai'ber, li Fayetteville 

Merrick Richard, lab, h McManning 

}^lerritt Elijah, lab, h e Main 

Merritt Lncetta, washer, h Scoggins row 

MettisGeo, clerk, h Pettigrew 

iSIie F T, lab, h s Green 

Miller Jim, carpenter, h South 

Miller Mattie, h South 

Miller Sanders, h South 

Mitchell Ida, h Fayetteville rd 

Mitchell Kizzie, washer, h Proctor 

Mitchell Matt, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in the best manner. 

Mitchell iSTelson, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 

Mitchell Richard, tob picker, h Proctor 

Mitchell Sam, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 

Mitchell Simpson, tob worksr, h Chapel Hill 

Mitchell Victoria, washer, h Pettigrew 

Mitchell Wiley, lab, h Chapel Hill 

Mitchell Wm, butler, h Proctor 

Mitchell "VVoodson, express driver, h Fayetteville rd 

Moore Dr A M, physician, cor Main and Church, r do 

Moore A R, otRce boy, "Somerset Villa," Dillard 

Moore Benie, nurse, h 52 Chapel Hill 

Moore Ellen, tob prizer, h Shanty row 

Moore John, shoe maker, h Amey al 

Moore John, lab, h cor Queen and Main 

Moore Julia, dom, h Mangum 

Moore Major, lab, h Strayhorn 

Moore Phil, lab, h w Durham 

Moore Thos, tob worker, h Seminary 

Morehead Cecelia, dom, h Brown 

Morehead Joseph, lab, h Amey al 

Morgan Aleck, tob worker, li Reams av 

Morgan Allie, h Proctor 

G[;entLii\e f)ni^l\km ^ohhc6o ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



rnAKE THE TIEDMONT air-line, Passing tLrongh the Cities of 
I Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Reids- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

118 BIEECTORY.— Colored. 



Morgan Ida, tlom, h Dillard 
Moi'gan Lavina, washer, li Reams av 
Morgan Mary, h Chapel llill 
Morgan Thos, carpenter, h Chapel Hill 
Morris Joseph, lah. h llayti 
Morris Mary, doni, h South 
Morrison Sippie, tob worker,h Pine 
Mullen Judge, plasterer, h Chapel Hill 
Murray Geo, tob worker, h Railroad 
Murray, Rose, doni, h Railroad 
Mannan Ellen, washer, h e Durham 
Nannan Herbert, lab, h e Durham 
Neace Jas, drayman, h Mangum 
Neace Lizzie, cook, h Mangum 
Neal Thomas, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Nethery Sarah, washer, h Scoggins row 
New^land Sarah, washer, h Reams av 
Newlin Charity, cook, h Chapel Hill 
Newton Jim, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Nichols Jim, farmer, h Hayti 

FOR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be sure to go to 
the Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitaker, Jr., & Co. 

Nichols John, tob worker, h Poplar 
Nichols Lena, tob worker, h Proctor 
Nichols Syntha, washer, h Railroad 
Nickerson Adaline, washer, h Smoky Hollow 
Nixon Sam, dora, h Broadway 
Norwood Cloe, w^asher, h e Durham 
Norwood Henderson, farmer, h e Durham 
Norwood Mary, cook, h e Durham 
Norwood Nicey, cook, h e Durham 
Norwood Savanah, cook, h e Durham 
Nunn Daniel, tob worker, h Bailey's al 
Nunn Reuben, tob worker, h Seminary 
Gates Maria, tob worker, h Cobb 
O'Donnell John, florist, h Fayetteville rd 
Odum Ben, tob worker, h Scoggins row 
Olive Theodore, waiter, h Mangum nr Main 
Oliver Edward, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Overby William, restaurant, Mangum, h Pine 
Paddock Larry, butler, h Scoggins row 
Page Julius, snuff maker, h Hayti 
Page Linda, washer, h Hayti 



THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles I Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadway. New York. 



M;.1^^ 41^/^ Oj^.1 ,^^-->.«- (\)\i T ' To t!ic South and Sc 

iiike tt)e 1 iedqoi^t AiM^uie west, Mont go m^ 



South 
e r y . 
Mobile, New Oileons. Sliriveport, Texas and California. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. O. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. m 



V'dge Martin, lab, h llayti 

Palmer Geo, tob workei', h Pine 

Palmer Jose[»hine, washer, h Reams av 

Palmer Sand\% lab, h w Durham 

Parker llenrj, lab, h Reams av 

J'arker Jennie, washer, h Pine 

Parker Manda, washer, li Scoggins row 

Parker Patience, washer, h Scoggins row 

Parker Wm, tob prize r, h I'eabody 

Parrish Carrie, cook, h Mangum 

Pitt David, lal), h Seminary 

Patterson Adaline, cook, h Strayhorn 

Patterson Andrew, lal), h Lea 

Patterson Family, washer, h Lea 

['attei'son Emma, sack stringer, h Chapel Hill 

Patterson Henry, lab, h Proctor 

I*atterson Mandy, washer, h Proctor 

Payne Delia, nurse, h Pettigrew 

Payne llattie, cook, h Smoky Hollow 

Pace John, barber, h Ainey al 

rnHE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
I Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay- Windows, Brackets, 
Balustrades, &,c. 

Pace Benj, tob worker, h Strayhorn 

Pearson \V G, prin graded school, h Fayette vi lie rd 

Peek Emma, washer, h Pettigrew 

Peek John, lab, h Pettigrew 

Peek Luke, tob worker, h Pettigrew 

I'eek Milley, h Pettigrew 

Peek Peggy, h Pettigrew 

Peek Wesley, farmer, h Pettigrew 

Peoples Easter, cook, h Poplar 

Peoples Isum, lab, h Scoggins row 

L'eoples Jane, cook, h Poplar 

Percise, Alex, lab, h Stra^'horn 

Perrun Cja'us, drayman, h Strayhorn 

Perry Isaac, tob worker, h Seminary 

Phester Junius, lab, h Corporation 

Phillij)S Wm, doni, h Roxboro 

Pine Jolm, lab, h Pettigrew 

l*ointer Ann, washer, h Pettigrew 

Pointer Fanny, washer, h Pettigrew 

Pointer Wm, tob worker, h Pettigrew 

Pookham H H, lab, h Poplar 

8lk6kweir^ ©ui'llkni Tobkddo ! 

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



(y)' -j ■*- ^' <■ T ' The Great Pas-senger and Freii^lit Line 

J ieCllI|Or)t 2Tl11 -L(ir]e, of the SouUi, with unsui-passe.l Facilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freight Service. For informa- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

120 DIRECTOKY.— Colored. 

Pookhani Rebecca, washer, h Poplar 

Pool Kobt L, brick layer, h Fayetteville rd 

Porter Jas, cook, h South 

Powell Fannie, washer, h Poplar 

Powell Lang, lab, h Poplar 

Pratt Gaston, lab, r Main nr Church 

Pratt John, cook, h e Durham 

Predd Emaline, washer, h Reams av 

Preston R, lab, h Seminary 

Prett Chas II, tob worker, h 53 Chapel Hill 

Prett John, tob worker, h 56 Chapel Hill 

Preyer Elijah, tob worker, h Peon}' 

Preyer Geo, tob worker, h Peony 

Preyer Grandison, h Pine 

Preyer Henry, tob worker, h Peony 

Preyer Matilda, washer, h Chapel Hill 

Price Joe, washer, h Johnson 

Price John, tob worker, h 48 Vickers av 

Price Will, butler, h South 

Prince Harriet, washer, h Cleveland 

THE DAILY TOBACCO PLANT has the largest bona fide circulation 
ever secured by a Durham daily. Therefore is the best adver ising 

medium. 

Rae Moses, tob packer, h Red Cross 
Ray Johnson, tob worker, h Hayti 
Ray Judie, waitress R & D R R, h Red Cross 
Ray Lethia, h Hayti 
Ray Mollie, dom, h Fayetteville 
Ray ISTewman, butler, h Ramseur 
Ray Thomas, restaurant, Parrish, h do 
Ray West, lab, h Pettigrew 
Ray Wm, tob worker, h e Main 
Reed Henry, tob worker, h Seminary 
Richmond Aaron, gardner, h Chapel Hill 
Richmond J C, barber,Mangum nr Main, h Chapel Hill 
Richmond Young, tob worker, h w Durham 
Rigsbee Artelia,\lom, h Corporation 
Rigsbee George, lab, h Poplar 
Riley Dave, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Riley Dick, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Roach Ethel, nurse, Hotel Claiborn 
Roberts Geo, driver, h Hayti 
Roberts Jim, h w Durham 
Roberts John, lab, h Corporation 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash an<l Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK k SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT Air^-LIXE. Passinji tlirou^'h the Cities of 
Raleitrh, Durham, Goldsboro, 8partanl>urg, Greenville, Seneca, Gams- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. 121 



Robinson Celia, washer, h Hayti 
Robinson Henry, lab, h Hayti 
l^obinson Isaac, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 
Robinson Jim, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 
Robinson Lonnie, lab, h Hayti 
Robinson Xettie, washer, h Jackson 
Robinson Robt, lab, h Railroad 
Robinson Thos, lab, li Corporation 
Robinson Tom, tob worker, h 50 Vickers 
Robinson Tiny, tob worker, h McManning 
Rofe Geo, lab, h Smoky Hollow 
Rofe Lizzie, wasVier, h Angier av 
Rogers Bettie, washer, h Jackson 
Rogers Charles, lab, h Angier av 
Rogers Ella, cook, h Alston av 
Rogers Lacey, washer, h Scogginsrow 
Rogers Rosie, sack stringer, li Angier av 
Rogers Sallie, cook, h Poplar 
Rogers Wm, tob worker, h Mangum 
Rome Henry, lab. Shanty row 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
Co. Dealers in Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, Build- 
ing Material. 

Rose Anthony, lab, h South 

Ross Annie, h Proctor 

Ross Isabella, cook, h Proctor 

Royster John, tob worker, ii Hayti 

Rnflin Anderson, tob worker, h Hayti 

Ruffin Betsie, washer, h Vickers 

RufHn Edw, lab, h Vickers 

Ruffin Eliza, h Fayetteville rd 

Ruffin James, grocery, h w Durham 

Ruffin Julia, washer, h Vickers 

Ruffin Lucinda, washer, h Vickers 

Ruffin Margaret, h Fayetteville rd 

Ruffin Peter, tinner, h Banks 

Ruffin Wm, lab, h A^ickers 

Rudd Bethel, tob worker, h w Durham 

Russell Dicey, washer, h Hayti 

Russell Frank, h Railroad pi 

Russell Henry, lab, h Amey al 

Russel John, carpenter, h e Main 

Russell Mary, nurse, h Morris 

Sandford S "S, Merchison & Sandford, h cor Main and Queen 

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



mAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, pnssinp tliiought the cities of 
I Raleigli, Durham, GoUlsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, fhiin;^, 
viile and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

i22 DIRECTOEY.— Colored. ~ 



Satteviield Agnes, seamstress, h Ilayti 

Saunders W H, h e Durham 

Savanah Anna, washer, h Seminary 

Savanah Edward, tob worker, h Seminary 

Scales Mary, washer, h Uayti 

Scoggins Ifepp, h Scoggins row 

Scott Harriet, cook, h Shanty row 

Scott James, lab, h Seminary 

Scott Jane, washer, h Smoky Hollow 

Scott Luella, washer, h Scoggins row 

Scott Polly, washer, h Poplar 

Seapark Mary, dom, h Morris 

Sears Frank, grocer, h e Durham 

Sears Frank, grocer. Smoky Hollow 

Sears Thad, lab, h e Durham 

Sears Wm, lab, h Seminary 

Seat A X, lab, h Scoggins row 

Sellers Annie, h Pine 

Sellers John, tob worker, h Vickers 

Sellers Jordan, blacksmith. Dandy, h P)anks 

REMEMBER THAT THE DURHAM BOOK STORE is located on 
the corner of Main and Corcoran streets, in the old Blacknall di'ug 
store building. Call and see us. J. B. Whitakhk, Jr., &, Co. 

Sellers Lncien, driver, h Pine 
Shanklin Irvine, dom, h Morris 
Shanklin Martha, cook, h Morris 
Shaw Agnes, washer, h Reams av 
Shaw Bud, h Hayti 
Shaw Catherine, h Chapel Hill 
Shaw Edwin, tob worker, h Hayti 
Shaw Kam, porter, h Hayti 
Shaw Sam, cli'iver, h Cobb 
Shaw "Winnie, h Hayti 
Sheldon Jim, driver, h Johnson 
Shepherd Jacob, butcher, h Pettigrew 
Simmonds John lab, h Smoky Hollow 
Sims Jim, driver, h Pine 
Sims Mary, washer, h Peahody 
Sims Skid; drayman, h Peahody 
Sinecer Canedas, cook, h Chapel Hill 
Skares John, lab, h Hayti 
Skeine Wm, lab, h Ramsey hill 
Skidmore Thos, brick layer, h Amey al 
Sleed Sedgwick, drayman, h Hayti 

W-i /-v i\ ^''y, I Manufactured bv Peek »fe Son, (Estai>lish- 

ii\e UfX^eia riai^Ol ed ISoO), 1557 and l.^OU Broadway, and 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



>W, 1 ,1 ii">* 1 . cT)' I T • To the South and South 

Take llie riCdrqOqt 2^ir-L(lIie AVest, Montgomery, 
Mobile, New Orleons, Shriveport, Texas and CaUfornia. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. 123 



tSmith A,<j;nes, washer, h Proctor 
Sniith Calvin, tob worker, h Strayliorn 
Smith Jack, lab, h Eaib-oad pi 
Sniith James, tob worker, h Shanty row 
Smith John, gardner, h Hayti 
Smith Lena, sack stringer, h Cleveland 
Smith Maria, washer, h Clevelend 
Smith Martha, tob worker, h Strayhorn 
Smith P 11, grocer, Peabody nr Mangam, h Pettigrew 
Smith T S, lab, h Hayti 
Smith Will, tob worker, h Proctor 
Smith Wm, driver, h Cleveland 
Smith Win, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 
Smith Wm, lab, h Hayti 
Sneed James, snuft" maker, h Peabody 
Snipes Haywood, lab, h Scoggins row 
Snipes Rilla, washer, h Scoggins row 
Sowell Daniel, lab, h e Durham 
Sowell Frank, minister, h Pettigrew 
Sowell Geo, h Pettigrew 

rnUE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
L Co., Manufacturers of Stone-Fronts, Porches, Bay-Windows, Brackets, 
Balustrades. <fec. 

Sowell Lavinia, sack stringer 
Sowell Wm, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Sparkman Esek, carpenter, h Hayti 
Sparkman Hawkins, sack stringer, h Pettigrew 
Sparkman Henry, lab, h Pettigrew 
Sparkman Isaiah, farmer, h Fayetteville rd 
Sparkman Katie, dom, h Fayetteville rd 
Sparkman Luke, lab, h Pettigrew 
Sparkman Romelia, nurse, h Pettigrew 
Sparkman S B, tob worker, h Hayti 
Sparkman Wesley, lab, h Pettigrew 
Spear Silas, drayman, h South 
Springs Andrew, tob worker, h Fayetteville rd 
StangBenj, lab, h Vickers 
Stanley Maria, washer, h Reams av 
Stanley Mary, dom, h e Main 
Stephens Charles, tob worker, h Seminary 
Stephens Jennie, dom, h Seminary 
Stephens King, tob worker, h Seminary 
Stephens Lilly, nurse, h Seminary 
Stephens Martha, washer, h Seminary 



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



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LTNE, Passing through the Cities of 
Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Reids- 
viile, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

m DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Stephens Willie, lab, h Seminary 
Stephens AVm, lal), h Liberty 
Stepens Geo, store, h w Durliam 
Stone Mabin, tob worker, h Red Cross 
Stone Stephen, lab, h Poplar 
Strayhorn John, lab, h Shanty row 
Strayhorn John, tob worker, h 202 Vickcrs 
Stravhorn Vina, h 202 Viekers 
Strayhorn W S,'tob worker, h 202 Viekers 
Streat Ella, washer, h Johnson 
Streat Haywood, lab, h Poplar 
Streat Lizzie, tob worker, h Ilayti 
Streat Melissa, h Fayetteville rd 
Streddiek Henry, lab, h Pettigrew 
Streddick Jenny, cook, h Hunt 
Strong Caroline, washer, h Shanty row 
Strong John, lab, h Shanty row 
Stroud P>ella, cook, h Reams av 
Stroud Geo, tob worker, h w Durham 
Strudwick Nancy, sack maker, h e Durham 

The Weekly Tobacco I'lant! 

HANDSOMEST IN THE STATE— ONLY $1.50 PEK YEAR. 
Strudwick Romania, lab, h e Durham 
Strudwick RN, tob worker, h e Durham 
Strudwick Sue, sack maker, he Durham 
Strudwick Walker, tob worker, h e Durham 
Strudwick Washington, grocer, h e Durham 
Stuart Genevive, cook, h Cobb 
Swepson Frances, tob worker, h llayti 
Swepson Milus, lab, h llayti 
Synaker Elmira, washer, h Pettigrew 
Synaker Minerva, washer, h Pettigrew 
Synaker Tony, tob worker, h Pettigrew 
Tate Christian, tob worker, h e Main 
Tate Maria, washer, h Viekers 
Tate Peter, tob worker, h w Durham 
Tate Wm, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 
Taylor Fannie, washer, h Peony 
Taylor Jas, lal), h Peabody 
Taylor Lula, cook, h Peabody 
Taylor Major, tob worker, h Peabody 
Taylor Ranee, lab, h Peony 
Terrace Susan, cook, h Scoggins row 



THE OPERA PIANO. — New Styles 1 Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalosue, and all information desired, prom]jtly sent by mail ui)on 
application. "Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadwav. New York. 



Ml .1 'O • 1 ^ 0\) • 4 T ' The shortest direct hne 

rake tl|e l-^iednioiit 'An-J^itie, fmm washinfrton,D.c., 

jsnd Richmond, Va., to Athinta and Birmuighani. For initbrmation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIEECTOR Y. —Colored. 125 

Terry Julia, cook, h Poplar 
Thomas Celia, cook, li ^eniiiiary 
Thomas lloiiry, lah, h Sco^u:ins row 
Thomas Jolm, toh worker, h Chapel Hill 
Thomas AVasli, lab, h Queen 
Thom[)Son Albert, lab, h Terrell 
Thompson Albert, h w Durham 
Thompson Ann-, cook, h Reams av 
Thompson Eliza, washer, h Strayhorn 
Thompson Eliza, washer, h Morehead av 
Thompson Fanny, washer, h Peabody 
Thom[)Son Florence, h Shanty row 
Thompson Isabella, tob worker, h Peabody 
Thompson .Tc^hn, tob worker, h Strayhorn 
Thompson John, barber, h Pettigrew 
Thompson Maggie, tob stemmer, h Shanty row 
Thompson Mary A, washer, h Peabody 
Thompson Nick, lab, h Peabody 
Thompson i*atsy, cook, h Green 
Thom[>son Sam, lab, h McManning 

THE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURlNCx 
Co. Make Counters, Wainscoting, Door and Window Trimmings, 
soft or hard wood. 

Thompson Sallie, cook, h Jones 
Thomi)Son Sarah, washer, h Shanty row 
Thompson Thomas, lab, h Shanty row 
Thompson Thos, brick mason, h Peabody 
Tilley Harriet, washer, h Peabody 
Tilly Richard, lab, h Proctor 
Tinney Ruti", tob worker, h 48 Vickers av 
Toran M, lab, h Peabody 
Toumer Henry, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Toumine Wm, h 48 Vickers av 
Townsend J C, tob worker, h South 
Townsend Lethia, washer, h Cobb 
Trainer Reuben, lab, h Railroad 
Trice Delia, dom, h Hayti 
Trice Frances, dom, h Morris 
Trice James, tob worker, h Hayti 
Trice John, lab, h Hayti 
Trice John, schoolteacher, h Hayti 
Trice Patty, dom, h Hayti 
Trice Sarah, dom, h Hayti 
Trice Thomas, tob worker, h Hayti 

G(;ei\uii|e f)nfl\kii\ ¥obk66o ! 

NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BULL. 



(v)* 1 -4- (j^)' c T * Tlie Great Pa!?-senper and Freij.'lit Lino 

J ieCin|01lL 2in-L(ir|e, ot the."South, with unsurpassod FMcilitl^'s 
ior prompt and satisfactory Passonger and Freiglit iService. For inlo)ina- 
lion, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

126 D I KECTO EY .—Colored. " 

Trice Wm, tob Avorker, h Iliiyti 
Trint Simon, tob woiker,b Cba[)el Ilil! 
Tucker Ilenny. washei", b lloxboro 
Tucker Jacob, Uib, b J^roctor 
Tucker Jane, washer, h Proctor 
Tucker Lew, lal), b lloxboro 
Tucker Sidney, b Cobb 
Turner Ben, brick mouldci', h Proctor 
Turner Clara, tob worker, b Slianty row 
Turner Fred, bib, b Corporation 
Turner Jane, doni, b Cleveland 
Turner Jim, lab, b Scoggins row 
Turner Lizzie, washer, b Amey al 
Turner S M, lab, h Amey al 
Turrentine Meridy, lab, b Kailroad pi 
Turrentine Walker, lab, b Keamg av 
Umstead Adaiine, dom, h Dillard 
LTpcburcb Sallie, clom, b Main 
Vastine Sil, lab, b Angier av 
Vine Jacob, tob worker, h 51 Vickers 

FUR BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, be snre to go to 
tlie Durham Book Store of 

J. B. Whitaker, Jk., & Co. 

Wade Fanny, washer, h w Durham 

Wade Kate, h e Durham 

Wade Lucy, h e Durham 

Wade Milton, tob worker, h Smoky Hollow 

Wade Nim, h e Durham 

Wade Wm, farmer, h e Duham 

Walden L S, lab, h Hayti 

Walker Anderson, driver, h 53 Chapel Hill 

Walker Celia,tob worker, h Main nr Manguni 

Walker Dan, lab, h e Main 

AValker Delphia, dom, h Ramseur 

Walker Ellen, washer, h Amey al 

Walker Henry, tob worker, h Vickers av 

Walker Jas, box maker, b Lea 

Walker Lou, washer, h Smoky Hollow 

Walker Pheobe, cook, h Cleveland 

AValker Richard, lab, h s Green 

AValker Stephen, tob worker, h Strayhorn 

AVall Henderson, tob worker, h Strayhorn 

Wall Lilly, dom, h Pettigrew 

Waller John, lab, h Hayti 



THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany, English 
Oak, Burled Wahiut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black. Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York, 



mAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing throudi the Cities of 
X Kileigh, Durlmm, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneea, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Colored. 127 

Walton Win, janitor, h e Durham 
Warren Ann, h Chapel Hill 
Warren Binghant, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
Warren Echv, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
AVarren Geo, tob worker, h Chapel Hill 
AVarion .Tas butler, h Chapel Hill 
Warren Lizzie, doiu, h Chapel Hill 
AVarren Mary, h Chapel Hill 
AVarreu Sandy, lab, h Smoky Hollow 
AVashington Dana, carpentei-, h Pettigrew 
AVashingt(^n Mary M, cook, h 31 AVillard 
AVatsonAlex, box maker, h Railroad pi 
AVatson Green, h Fayetteville rd 
AVatson AVilse, h Railroad pi 
AVatson AVilson, lab, h Fayetteville rd 
A\^eavcr S B, drayman, h Haj^ti 
Webb Delia, washer, h Railroad 
AVebb Esther, Avasher, h Railroad 
Webb Francis, dom, h Morris 
AV^ebb Robt, driver, h Bailey's al 

rpHE DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURING 
J_ Co. Woodworkers, Turning, Planing, Scroll Sawing and Ripping 
done in the best manner. 

AVeaver Celia, nurse, h Morehead av 

AVelbnrn Andrew, porter, h Hayti 

AVelch Dallas, tob worker, h e Main 

AVhite Bennie, school teacher, h Scoggins row 

AVhite Celia, washer, h Poplar 

AVhite Louisa, washer, h Corporation 

AVhite Martha, washer, h Corporation 

AVhite Mary, nurse, h Morris 

AVhite Pheobe, washer,"h Fayetteville rd 

AVhite Sim, h Pine 

AVhite AVill, tob worker, h w Durham 

AVhitted Anderson, clerk, h Amey al 

AVhitted Jas A, school teacher, r Mangum 

AVhitted James, h Hayti 

AVhitted Jas A, grocery, Amey av, h do 

AVhitted J S, lab, h Pettigrew 

AVhitted Jim, carpenter, h Fayetteville rd 

AVhitted Louisa, school teacher, h Reams av 

AVhitted Robt, carpenter, h Reams av 

AVhitted Sallie, seamstress, h Reams av 

AVhitted Tom, lab, h Ramsey 



f(elikhle kud ^kti^f ^dtoi'y ! 



BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO'. 



(T"). I J. OT)' c T * The gi'fat Freiglit and Passenger Line of 

I ietiniOr|t All-L(ir|e, the south, with unsurpassed facilities f(n- 
jirompt and «\tisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

128 DIEECTOEY.— Colored. 



AVilkinson Julie, h Smoky Hollow 
Williams Eliza, washer, h Willard 
Williams Enoch, toh worker, h Scoggins row 
AVilliams Geo. luh, h Scoggins row 
Williams Haywood, drayman, h Seminary 
Williams Jas, toh worker, h Corporation 
Williams Laura, dom, h Dillard 
"Williams Lizzie, dom, h Corporation 
Williams Lticy, dom, h Smoky Hollow 
Williams Martha, washer, h Seminary 
Williams Xancy, waslier, h Hayti 
Williams Raney, cook, h Corporation 
Williams Kohert, hackman, r Jones' stahles 
Williams Rosa, cook, h Pettigrewcor Jackson 
AVillianis Saml, coacliman, hRamseur 
Williams Sarah, washer, h Scoggins row 
AVilliams Stephen, lah, h Mangum 

Williams W H A, upholsterer, Main nr Church, h e Dur- 
ham 
Williams Walter, dom, h Hayti 

THE DAILY TOBACCO PLANT has the largest bona file circulation 
ever secured by a Durham daily. Therefore is the best advertising 

medium. 

Williamson Mary, dom, h Ramsey 
AVilliamson Sam, lab, h Smoky Hollow 
Wilson Bella, seamstress, h Fayetteville rd 
Wilson Bella, cook, h 41 Pettigrew 
Wilson Sarah, washer, h Stray horn 
Wils!)n WiUie, carpenter, h Fayetteville rd 
Wilson William, weaver, h e Durham 
Winston Geo, driver, h Chapel Hill 




Main Street, DURHAM, N. C, 

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. 

MmKESS MAKER yPUOLSTERER. 

Varhir Suits Upholstered. 

I am prepared to Upholster, with 

neatness and dispatch, and in the best manner, Parlor Furniture of all 
kinds. Call and see my work. I buy frames north and do my uphol- 
stering in Durham. Mattresses made to order and of the best ma- 
terials. Work in this line solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. 
Eespectfully, - - - W. H. A. WILLIAMS. 

''PHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
1 lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
ti-ated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. '"Address, PEEK <fe SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through the Cities of 
Alexandria, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Reids- 
ville, Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta, and to the South and South West. 
For information, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



129 



Winters Oscar, pressman, h Ilayti 
Wood Chas, doni, h Morris 
Wood Cyrilla, sack stringer, h Cleveland 
Wooding Wm, plumber, h Seminary 
W^oods Docia, washer, h Smoky Hollow 
Woods Edward, tob picker, h Seminary 
Woods Emmick, lab, h Ilayti 
AVoods Logan, drayman, h Cleveland 
Woodward Martha, washer, h Smoky Hollow 
Woodward W T H, teacher, li Proctor 
Woody Rich, farmer, h Scoggins row 

Wray , hatcher, h e Durham 

Wray Daniel, lab, h Hayti 

Wray Isaac, drayman, h Rigshee av 

W^ ray Jane, sack maker, h Fayetteville rd 

Wray Martha, h Rigsbee av 

AVray Silvia, sack maker, h Fayetteville rd 

Wright Anna, cook, h Chapel Hill 

Wright & Bingham, grocers and confectioners, Church nr 

Peabody 
Wright John, wks Hotel Claiborn,h Proctor 
Wright John, Wright & Bingham, also AVright & Merrick, 

h Fayetteville rd 
Wright & Merrick, barbers, Main nr Mangum 
Wright Walter, hostler, r Sear's stables 
Wyne Sherman, lab, r Pine nr R R 
Yancey Capt, lab, h Ramsey 
Yarborough Danl, janitor, h 51 Vickers av 
Yarborough Ella, wrsher, h Pettigrew 
Yates Dock, lab, h Corporation 

Yates Thos, shoemaker, h Bailey's row, s w Durham 
Young Emma, cook, h Alston av 
Young Morgan, tob worker, h e Main 




DEALERS IX 

H lull Ultl UKJ) 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

Codrj Froducs, Canned Soous. Tobacco, Cigars 

Church /Street, Between Main ] 
and Peaho(l)/, | 



DURHAM 

COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY! 

EMBRACING 

A Classified List of all Professions, Manufacturers, Trades 
AND Pursuits in the City of Durham, each Classifica- 
tion Alphabetically Arranged, thus Exhib- 
iting Full Address and Special 
Business of Her Citizens. 
♦■ '^•^ •• — 
For indi%-idaal names of members composing firms, residences, &c., 
see General Directory. 



Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. 
ASHE SAMUEL T, Main nr Corcoran 
BOONE R B, Court House, Main 
Brio-2;s P M, Blackwell's Durham Co-Operative Works 
Busiree Walton M, Court House, Main 
EXUM W J, Wright Bldg, Main nr P O 
FULLER F L,Main nr Corcoran 
FULLER W W, Main nr Corcoran 
GUTHRIE W A, Mam nr Mangum 
MANNING & MANNING, cor ^Liin and Corcoran 
Moring John M, Main 
Struclwick R C, Main nr Corcoran 

Bag Manufacturers. 
GOLDEN BELT MFG CO, cor Pettigrew and Bhickwell 

Bakery. 
SMITH T B, Main nr Church 

Banks. 
Bank of Durham, (The) Main nr Mangum 
Fidelty Bank, (The) J F SUiughter, cashier, cor Main and 

Corcoran 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, (THE) J S Carr, pres, Leo I) 

Heartt, cashier, Mangum nr Main 
MOREHEAD BANKING CO, G S Watts, pres, W M Morgan, 

cashier. Main nr Corcoran 

w., ^ tx ^'^ ! Manufactured bv Peek & Son, (Establisli- 

iJ:\e Upeia riai)0! edlSoO), 1507 and 1569 Bmadwi^y, and 
]2to21fiWe.st 47tli Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finish, Warranted five years. 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passin.a; through the Cities of 
Ralei^'h, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
viile and Athens, to the South and South AVest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. ^ 

~ DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 131 



Barbers and Hair Dressers. 

Brown 11 W, col, Mangiim nr R R 
Macklin G W, col, cor Main and Church 
Merchison & Sandford, col, Mangum nr Mahi 
Richmond J 0, col, Mangum nr Main 
Wright & Merrick, col, Main nr Mangum 

Billiard and Pool Parlors. 

HOTEL CLAIBORN, A B Sites, prop, cor Peaboclj and Cor 
coran 

Bill Poster. 
Mai lory J T, Parrish 

Blacksmiths and Horseshoers. 

Amey Cornelius, col, Foster nr Green 
HoUoway Charles, Peabody nr Market 
IIOLLOWAY J A, Liberty 
IIOLLOWAY AV H, Green nr Cleveland 
Th)werton R T & Bro, Mangum opp Green 
SEEM AN II & SON, opp City Market 
Sellers Jordan, col, Dandy 

Boarding Houses. 

Bradsher Mrs Nannie, Cleveland 

COOK S T, Mangum nr Main 

Couch F J, 38 Jackson 

Cox John A, Morris 

Eakes M, Main 

Faucett A J, Mangum nr Main 

Faucett Mrs Laura, e Durham 

Gil man W A, Mam 

Hopkins W H, Cleveland 

Watts House, Mangum 

West Mrs S A, 83 Pettigrew 

Bobbin & Shuttle Co. 

Durham Bobbin & Shuttle Co, e Durham 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

GATTIS T J & SON, Main bet Church and Mangum 
WHITAKER J B, Jr & CO, Main cor Corcoran 

Book Binder. 

SEE MAN II E, Main cor Church 



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



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passintr thronjiht the dties of 
Raleigh, Durham, Goldsbom, Spartanburg, Greenville. Seneca, Gains, 
ville and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

132 DIEECTOEY.— Commercial! 

Boots & Shoes. 

Bernstene F, Main nr Mangnin 
Bowers & Arendell, Main nr Mangum 
Davis Mrs B, Main nr Church 
FARTHING G C, Main and Corcoran 
French John T, Main next to P O 
JONES & LYON, Main nr Mangum 
Lambe & Gorman, Main 
Levy Jacob, Main 

MARKIIAM J L, cor Main and Mangum 
Newman Isaac, 'SWui nr Mangum 
I\ol)bins & Stone, Main nr Church 
PERKY S R, Main 
Summerfield C & Co, Mam 

Brick Mfrs. 

Bane & "VVatson, Smoky Hollow 
Fitzgerald R B, col. Chapel Hill 
Lambden E T, ITolloway 

Carpenters, Builders & Contractors. 

Bivens J A, Broadway 

Clark Wm L, Cleveland 

Conrad J F, cor Mangum and Broadway 

Dickinson Joe, Roxboro 

Houston Benj, South 

Norton C 11, Green nr Foster 

PUGII R W, cor Lea and Jackson 

STEPHENS ^y H, e Main 

Whitted Samuel, Mangum 

Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

Ellis Wm F, Corcoran nr Main 
FARTHING G C, Main nr Corcoran 
Levy Jacob, ^lain 

MARKIIAM J L, cor Main and ]\langum 
Muse & Shaw, Main nr Corcoran 

Carriage, Wagon and Cart Dealers. 

OSBORN W II, cor Peabody and Roxboro 
Rogers C J & W M, Parrish 
Rogers R I, cor Main and Corcoran 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods! Mahogany, English 
Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash, Oriental Black." Illustrated 
Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail ui)on ap- 
plication. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing thvoisgh the Cities oT 
_L Raleigli, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Senec-a, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIllF.CTORY.— Commercial. 133 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Kramer S & Co, ManijURi nr Peabody 

J'nryear L T, Maiti 

Thomas Phil L, Main nr Corcoran 

Cigarette Manufacturers. 

DUKE SONS' W & CO, Peahody cor Cigarette 

Clothing. 
Bernstene F, Main nr Mangum 
Davis Mrs B, ^hlin nr Church 
FARTHING G L\ .\hiin and Corcoran 
Lambe & Gorman, Main nr Mangum 
Lehman Samuel. Main ur Mangum 
Levy Jacob, Main 

MARKIIAM J L, co!- Main and Mangum 
Newman Isaac, Main nr Mangum 
Robbins & Stone, Main nr Church 
Summerfield C & Co, Main 

Coal. 

Jones & Powell, Peabody 

Commission Broker, 
Gleeson M J, :SLain nr P O 

Commission Merchants. 

GATTIS J R & CO, cor Main and Church 
Griswold W J, Main nr Mangum 

Confectioners. 

Clements M M, cor ^lain and Mangum 
Gresham J A, Main nr Church 
ITamifton J W, Main nr Mangum 
Rosemond 11 M, Corcoran nr Main 
Spivev R B, Main 
WHITAKER E A, Main nr Corcoran 

Coopers. 

Cheek A M, cor Morgan and Gt Jones 
JONES T D, cor Morgan and Gt Jones 
AVORTIIAM WILLIA:\I 11, Foster nr Green 

Cotton Gin. 

:SIANGUM WILLIAM, Green nr Morris 

Cotton Mill. 

DURHAM COTTON MFG CO, e Durliam 

ffelikble ki|d ^kti^fedtoi'y ! 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



fT)' t J. (T)* c T * 'Hie Great Paysenger and Frfijrlit Line 

J iean|Or|t SZlll --Mltie, of the south, with unsurpassed Faeilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Passenger and Freigljt Service. For infoiina- 
tion, address. J. L. Taylor, Wasliington, D. C. 

134 DlPiECTORY.— Commercial. 

Crockery and Glassware. 

FARTIITXG G C^ Main and Corcoran 
MARKIIAM J L, cor Main antl Mano;nni 
ROBERTSON, LLOYD & CO, Main nr Corcoran 

Dentists. 

Arrington Dr B F, Main nr Mangum 
Henderson Dr L B, cor Main and Chnrch 
LYNCH DR "VVM, Parrish Building, Mangiim 

Dress Makers. 

Boglin Miss Jennie, h Chapel Ilill 

Conrad Mrs Sarah C, h 81 Lea 

Davenport Mrs S M, cor Main and Mangnm 

Fancett Mrs A J, Mangum nr Main 

Hall Miss Bettie, e Durham 

Hardee Miss Sarah F, McManning 

Herndon Miss Sarah, Main 

Horn Mrs Letetia, Wjatt 

Hutchins Miss RelDecca, Wyatt 

Jones Mrs E C, Ferrell 

Markham ]\Iiss Emma, Chapel Hill 

Markham Miss Mittie, Chapel Hill 

MARSH MISS L A, Main nr Church 

Miller Mrs E B, h 20 Morehead av 

Moore Mrs Jennie, Green 

Pendergrass Miss Minnie, h Queen 

Taylor Mrs Geo S, li 20 Morehead av 

Whitley Mrs E, Church nr Main 

YOUNGER MRS M A, Church nr Main 

Druggists. 

Blacknall R & Son, cor Main and Corcoran 
JOHNSON DR N M & CO, cor Main and Church 
Smith Dr L T, Main nr Church 
Vauo:lin Dr P W, Main nr Church 
WIUTEHURST RICHARD F, cor Main and Church 

Dry Goods. 

Bernstene F, Main nr Mangum 
Bowers & Arendell, Main nr Mangum 
Ellis Wm F, Corcoran nr Main 
FARTHING G C, Main and Corcoran 
JONES & LYON, Main nr Mangum 
Levy Jacob, Main 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address. PEEK & SON. 1567 Broadwav. New York. 



Vr<i.1 ^1 ^'1 A. C\)' i T ' The shortest direct Iniv' 

riike tl^e riediiioiit Aii'-L(ir|e, fVomWashinf,non,D.r., 

and Richmond, Va., to Athxnta and Bh-niingham. For iniformation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— COMMERCLAL. 13,') 



Man<!:um W & Son, Maiiguni ur Peabodj 
MAKKHAM J L, cor Main and Manginu 
^fuse & Shaw, Main nv Corcoran 
PERKY SIDNEY R, Main 
Robbins & Stone, Main nr Church 
Summerlield C & Co, Main nr Corcoi'an 

Electric Light Company. 

DURHAM ELECrrRlC LIGHT CO, Peabody nr l^ine 

Express Company. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO, cor Main and Mangum 

Fancy Goods and Notions. 

Dowers & Arendeil, Main nr Mangum 
FARTHING G C, Main and Corcoran 
Levy .Jacob, Main 
Muse & Shaw, Main nr Corcoran 
I'ERRY SIDNEY R, Main 
Sunniieitield C & Co, Main 

Eertilizer Company. 

Durliani Fertilizer Co, factory e Durham, office Mangum nr 
Main 

Fish and Oysters. 
KAUFMAN SOL, Main also City Market 
Lea E T, City Market 
McClees Thomas L, stall 4 City Market 
Saunders AV T, City Market 

Florist. 

HIBBERD R, Ramseur, opp Reams av 

Furniture. 

Cheek T F & Son, cor Mangum and Parrish 

DURHAM FURNITURE MFG CO, cor Main and Church 

Gents Furnishings. 

Bernstene F, Main nr Mangum 
Bowers & Arendell, Main nr .\hingum 
Davis Mrs B, Main nr Church 
JONES & LYON, Main nr Mangum 
Lehman Samuel, Main nr Mangum 
Lam be & Gorman, Main 
Levy Jacob, Main 

MARKHAM J L, cor Main and Mangum 
Xewman Isaac, Main nr Mangum 

Blackwell's Dui-harn Tobacco [^^'Lruniiurnl: 

reliable, satisf'actorj- Smoking Tobacco ever put upon the niaiket, Jience 
dealers and consumers always pronounce it "TlIE BEST. " 



f^)' 1 A. (a)* i T * The great Fi-eiglit an(J Passenger Line of 

1 learnOTIt T\11-L(\T\Q^ tlie south, with unsurpassed facilities for 
prompt and satisfactory passenger and freight service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taj'lor, Washington, D, C. 

136 DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 

Kobbins & Stone, Main nr Church 
Sumniei'fiekl C & Co, Main 

Grocers. 

Andrews A A, Green 

Andrews D H, Five Points 

ANDREWS SHELLY, Mangnm nr Main 

Abernatha W A, e Durham 

Bishop & Co, cor Lea and Jackson 

Bonne J H, e Durham 

Brandon & Cole, col, Smokj IIoJlow 

Carrington & Thaxton, cor Mangum and R R •* 

Clements M M, cor Main and Mangum 

Conrad J F, Mangum nr J'eabody 

COOK S F, col, Mangum nr Main 

Dranghon A J, Main 

Dudley W H, Mmu opp P O 

DURHAM COTTON MFG CO, e Durham 

Durham AV P, Cleveland 

Edwards H F, Mangum 

Elliott A G, Mangum nr Peabody 

FARTHING G C^, Main and Corcoran 

Fitchett James, Ramsenr 

Freeland J F, Main nr Mangum 

Frock Simon. Fayetteville rd 

Gladstein M, Fayetteville rd 

Goodloe Amos, col, Peabody nr Mangnm 

Green Wm T, Chapel Hill 

Haskell M, Chapel PHI I 

Herndon & Bagwell, Mangnm nr Main 

Howell & Co, Mangum nr Main 

Huneycutt W H, Morehead av 

Kelly J D, Chapel Hill 

Lee E J, Chapel Hill 

MARKHA.VI J L, cor Main and Mangum 

Markham John W, cor Mangum and R R 

Mason ^V J, South' 

Mangum W & Son, Mangum nr Peabody 

Morton J C B, Main 

PERRY SIDNEY R, Main 

Pool Robt, Main 

PROCTOR W H, cor Parrish and Mangnm 

lligsbee A M, Mangum nr Main 

Rogers & Co, Main nr Mangnm 

THE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin AVood, Ash and Orioital Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
ai^plication. Address, PEEK &. SON, 1567 Broadway, New York, 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passin- throu-li the Cities of 
I Raleifrh, Durham, Gohlsboro, Spartanlturg, Greenville, Seneca, Gain.s- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIIIECTORY.— Commercial. 137 



Rogers C J & W M, Parrish nr Manguni 

Roffers J J, Main opp P O 

RnfHii James, col, w Durham 

Saunders W T & Co, Mangum nr Main 

Scoggins R 0, Pettigrew 

Seers Frank, col. Smoky Hollow 

Smith P H, TY^abocly nr Mangum 

Struchvick Washington, e Durliani 

Sullivan William, Mangum 

Tatum J A & Co, Peabody 

Til ley F D, cor Mangum and Parrish 

West S B, Main opp PO 

WTIITAKER E A, Main nr Corcoran 

Whitted Jas A, col, Amey al 

AVILKINS J T & CO. Main nr Mano-um 

AVRIGIIT & BIN^GIIAM, col, Church nr Peabody 

WYATT BROS, Main opp P 

Young & Stone, Pettigrew 

Gun and Locksmith. 

Durand F O, Church nr Main 

Hardware. 
FARTHIXG G C, Main and Corcoran 
MARKHAM J L, cor Main and Mangum 
ROBERTSON, LLOYD & CO, Main nr Corcoran 
Womhle J T, Main nr Mangum 

Harness Makers. 

DOWDEE R P, Mangum opp Green 
McWILLIMS P, cor Main and Corcoran 
Wyatt E F & Son, Parrish nr Corcoran 

Hats and Caps. 

Bernstene F, Main nr Mangum 
Bowers & Arendell, Main nr Mangum 
FARTHING G C, Main and Corcoran 
Davis Mrs B, Main nr Church 
JONES & LY'ON, Main nr Mangum 
Lambe & Gorman, Main 
Levy Jacob, Main 

MARKHAM J L, cor Main and Mangum 
Newman Isaac, Main nr Mangum 
PERRY SIDNEY R, Main 
Robbins & Stone, Main nr Church 
Simimerfield C & Co, Main 

Blackwell's Durham Tobacco J^^'ir^nXn!; 

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



(T), - j_ Cx'j' (. T ' The Great Pcvsenger and Froiirlit Line 
J leCliqOr) t 2111 - M^e, of the south, with Linsuipassed Facilities 
for prompt and satisfactory Pai^senger and Freight Service. For inforiaia- 
tion, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. ^ 

138" DIRECTORY.— CoMiMERCiAL. 



Horse Collar Ml'r. 
McWILLIAMS r, cor Main and Corcoran 

Hotels. 

HOTEL CLAIBOR:^, A B Sites, propr, cor Corcoran and 

Peabody 
DRIVER HOUSE, M F Kirknian, propr, Clmrcli nr Main 

Ice Dealers. 

Ilerndon C M, Main nr Blackwell Park 
WYATT BROS, Main opp P O 

Ice Factory. 
Ilerndon C M, Main nr Blackwell Park 

Insurance Agents. 
McCABE WM II, cor Main and Corcoran 
Mackay J J, Main nr Mang;uni 
SOUTIIGATE J & SON, Main cor Mangum 

Junk Dealers. 
GATTIS J R & CO, cor Main and Church 
Land Security Co. 
Durham Land Security Co, cor Main and Corcoran 

Livery Stables. 
Harden G M, Main nr Five I'oints 
Ilerndon W R, Mangum 
Jones G R, cor Orange and Rigsbee av 
Sears A A, Main nr P 

Lumber. 
Howell & Co, e Durham, office Mangum 
Rigsbee T J, Green 

Machine Shop. 
DURHAM MACHINE SHOP, J T Kerr, i)rop, T'ealK)dy nr 
Corcoran 

Manufacturers House Furnishing Agency. 
Manufacturers House Furnishing Agency, Pealjody 

Marble & Granite Works. 
Durham Marble Works, Whitaker & Hulin, props, ^hnn nr 

Post Office 

Meats. 

HUTCHINS J W, 1 City Market 
SCHWARTZ J, 3 City Market 
YOUNGER J C, 9 City Market 

\^^^ ^ n tt^'i- ! Manufactured by Peek «fe Son, (Estal)lish- 

Tl)e 0|)era riariO! ed 1850), ISBT and 1569 Broadwny, and 
12 to 216 West 47th Street, New York. Artistic in design, Elegant in 
finisli, Warranted five years. 



rpAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through the Cities of 
I liaieigh, Durfiam, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
\ ille and Athens, to the South and Soutli West. For information, address, 
J. L, Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Commercial. 139 

Merchant Tailors. 

Davis Mrs B, Main nr Church 
Mesley J S, Slain nr Church 

Millinery. 

Faucett Mrs A J, Man2:uni nr Main 
Follett Mrs C M V, Main nr Church 
Smith Mrs Ada M, Main nr Church 

Music School. 

Durljani School of Music, Main cor Church 

Newspapers. 

DURHAM DAILY SUK J A Robinson, editor and prop, 
Main nr Corcoi-an 

DURHAM RECORDER, (The) E II Hackney, editor and 
jirop, Main nr Manguni 

8PIRIT OF THE AGE, xMain nr Corcoran 

TOBACCO PLANT, (The) daily and weekly, office, Black- 
well's Durham Co-Operative Tobacco Works 

Opera House. 

Stokes Opera House, Main cor Corcoran 

Painter, House and Sign. 
YOUNGER C G, Church nr Main 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Battle Dr L W, Main nr Mani^um 
CARR DR A G, Main nr Mangum 
Cain Dr Jas F, McManning 
Durham Dr AV J H, Church 
JOHNSON DR N M, Main cor Church 
MANNING DR J M, Parrish Bldg, Mangum 
Monroe Dr J P, 4 Wright Bldg, Main 
Moore Dr A M, col, cor Main and Church 
Roberts Dr J D, Alain nr Church 
Smith Dr Juhen A, Main nr Corcoran 
Smith Dr L T, Main nr Church 
Vickers Dr Thomas, Ramseur 

Photographers. 

ROCHELLE CHARLES, Main nr Corcoran 
SHELBURN W, Main nr Mangum 

Pianos and Organs. 

Darnell & Thomas, Main nr Mangum 
WHITAKER E A, Main nr Corcoran 

^elikble ki^d 0^ti^f kdtof y ! 

BLACK WELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO. 



(^' -j , (T)' 4 -p • The great Freight and Passenger Line of 

1 letilT^OllL ^ll-L(ir\e, the south, with unsurpassed faoiliUes for 
prompt and satisfactory passenger and freiirht service. For information, 
address, J. L. Taylor, Wadiington, D. C. 

140 DI RECTORY.— Commercial. 



Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter. 
GREER JOHN, Main nr P O 

Printers, Book and Job. 
SEEMAN H E, Main cor Church 
TOBACCO PLANT, The, P>iack\vell's Durham Co-0[.erative 

Tobacco Works 
WHITAKER D W, Main iir Corcoran 

Private Schools. 

Baptist Female Seminarj-, Mangum nr Wyatt 
Durham Male Academy, Green cor Clevehmd 
Methodist Female K^eminary, Church cor Liberty 

Real Estate. 

Bailey F J, Mc Manning; 

Brooks J W, Peabody" 

Durham Land & Security Co, cor Main and Corcoran 

ENTERPRISE LAND & TRUST CO, Main nr Mano-mu 

STOKES & GEEPv, Parrish nr Corcoran 

Restaurants. 

Capps F P & II L, col, Parrish 
Chambers Chavis, col, Parrish 
COOK S T, col, Mangum nr Main 
Macklin .1 \V,col, Church nr ^lain 
Overby Wm, col, Mangum nr R R 
Ray Thos, col, Parrish 
Rogers J J, Main opp P 
Tingen B T, Main opp P O 
Uzzle J E, Main nr Church 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

Builders Manufacturing and Supply C'o, Railroad st 
DURHAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MFG CO, cor Pea- 
body and Main 
MANGUM WILLIAM, Green nr Morris 

Saw Mills. 

MANGUM WILLIAM, Green nr Morris 
Rigsbee T J, Green nr Mangum 

Sewing Machines. 

Singer Se\ying Machine Co, Main nr Church 
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES, W R Murray, Main nr 
Corcoran 



TtlE OPERA PIA>fO.— New Styles ! Fancy Woods ! Maliogany Eng- 
lish O.ik, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all inforination desired, promjitly sent by mail ujion 
application. Address. PEEK «fe SON. 1567 Broadway. New York. 



VKi .1 '?)' 1 ^ C\)' i T ' The shortest du-oct line 

lake tMe riedn]oi-|t ^ii'-I<iiie, ivom wushin,^ton,D.r, 

tiiul Kichniond, Va., to Athiuta and Birmingham. For imtbrmation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

DIRECTORY.— Commercial^ uI 



Shoemakers. 

Adnriis Thomas, cor Main and Cljiirch 
T'ooiie W J, e Durham 
<'am[>!)ell J B, ^hiin nr Church 
Crane W A, e Durham 
Dodd J 11. I'etticrrew 

EDWARDS & JEFFREYS, col, Coi-coran opp Farmers Ware- 
house 
Harris J W, Main 
Jones T J, col, I'eahodv 
Ivosemond H M, Corcoran nr Main 
Yeates Thomas, h South 

Stoves and Ranges, 

ROBERTSON, LLOYD & CO, Main nr (V>rcorau 
TAYLOR CIIAS C, \Lain nr Alangum 
Womhle J T, ^hiin nr Manguni 

Tannery. 

Bird C, e Durham 

Telegraph Company. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, CV)rcoran nr Main 

Telephone Company. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co, Corcoran nr Main 
Tin and Sheet Iron Workers, 
Louc^ee Cireo E, Main nr P 
TAYLOR CIIAS C, ^hdn nr Mangum 

Tobacco Dealers— Leaf. 

Bass H J & Co, .eor Morgan & Fuller 

lUirton R, Foster nr Watkins 

COOPER W L, Rigsbee av 

Dalby Col E, Mainour Church 

Duke B L, Morgan nr Fuller 

FAISON & TAYLOR, Foster nr Watkins 

Goodson J W Pine nr Pettigrevv 

C^OODSON T C, Pine nr R R 

Gorman John Nick, Rigsbee av 

Haskins Robert L & Co, cor Watkins and Foster 

JOXES THOMAS D, Morgan and Gt Jones 

Jordan J F, Main nr P 

Lea N P & Co, Fuller nr Mangum 

Lea Rudolph G. Watkins nr Foster 

LYON R E, cor Church and Peabody 

G[;ei\uii\e f)ui^l\ciir| ^ohk66o ! 

NOXE GENUINE WITUUUT THE BULL. 



TAKE TF^E PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, passin^r throught the cities of 
Ralei;ili, Durluim, Goldsboro, iSpartanV)urg, flieeiiville, Seneca, Gains, 
ville and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Tayloi-. Washington, D. C. 



142 



DI RECTOR Y.— Com m ercial. 



MARTIN & THOMPSON, cor Corconm and Parrish 
OSBORN W H, cor Peabodyand Roxboro 
]*ARRI!SH E J, cor Pettiicrew and Pine 
PARRISH W L, Foster nr Watkins 
I'eav T L, cor Queen and Peabody 
i'lNNIX J T& CO, cor Watkins and Foster 
Reams I M, Reams av and Ramseur 
liOWLANI) & COOPER, McMannincr 
SMITH J W & CO, Main nr Five Points 
STOKES A H & CO, Parrish nr Corcoran 
STRAUSE & RAAB, Morris nr Watkins 
SWIFT J W & CO, cor Mors?an and Gt Jones 
TOMLINSON S F & CO, Main 
IJmstead A Iv, cor Roxboro and Holloway 
WALKER J B, Pine nr R R 
WALKER W L & CO, cor Mangnm and Wyatt 
Webb & Kramer, McManning 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM CO-OPERATIVE TOBACCO 

Co, J S Carr, pres, Pettigrew cor Blackwell 
DUKE SONS' AV & CO, Peabody cor Cigarette 
Faucett Durham Tobacco Co, (The) Poplar nr Pine 
LYON Z I & CO, E J Parrish, prop, cor Pettigrew and Pine 
MORRIS R F & SON MFG CO, Peabody nr Corcoran 
AVHITTED JAMES Y, cor Pettigrew and Pine 




T. H. MARTIN. 



E. E. THOMPSON. 



«T 



Leaf Um Mm, 



-SUCCESSORS TO— 

DIBRELL BROS & CO., 

DURHAM, N. C. 



^pHE OPERA PIANO.— New Styles! Fancy Woods ! Mahogany, Eng- 
1 lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail upon 
application. Address, PEEK & SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



THAKE THE riEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through tlie Cities of 
I Alexandria, Cliarlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Greensboro, Keitls- 
ville, Salislnu'v, Columbia, Augusta, aiul to the South and South West. 
For inlbrniation, address, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 

14:; 



DIRECTORY.— CoMMEHciAL. 



Tobacco Warehouses. 

r> ANNTER Wx\REITOUSE, J 8 Lockhart, prop, Main opp P 
Fanners Alliance VVafehouse, cor Main and Corcoran 
PARRISll WAREHOUSE, cor Mangum and Parrish 

Undertakers. 
Cheek T F & Son, cor Mani^nm and Parrisli 
DURHAM FURNITURE MFG Co, Main nr Church 
ITowerton R T & P)ro, Mangum opp Green 
Mangani Willis, C'hurch nr Main 

Variety Store. 
Rawls Q E, Main nr Church 

Wagon and Carriage Makers. 
HOLLO WAY J AS A, cor Liberty and Roxboro 
Howerton II T & Bro, Mangum opp Green 
SEEMAX H & SON, Peabody nr Church 

Watchmakers & Jewelers. 
JONES M H, Main and Mangum 
Postley Charles T, Main nr Church 
Whitely R D, Church nr Main 






DEALERS IN 

mm GRocEiiiES, (;rass 

AND FIELD SEEDS, 

Hat/, Fodder, Shucks;, Bran^ 

Shipstvff and FeedAfn/f's 

fo all kinds, 

AND MANUFACUBED AND KENNEBEC ICE. 
HivCairL St., Opposite r*. O., ID-arliam, 2>T. C 



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THE FOLLOWING JS A LIST OF PEOMTNENT FABM- 
EL'S, WHO LIVE AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES 
NAMED AS FOLLOWS. 



Bailej T L, 
Calclongh tSim, 
('handler I) A^ 
Ferrell S B, 
Ferrell S J, 
Fletcher J D, 
Fiirgersoii T M, 
Xichol& Calvin, 

:N^ichois H ^y. 

Nichols J E, 
Nichols J T, 



Barhee F ^f, 
Barbee J W, 
Beck ^Y A, ' 
Bragg Thos, 
Carpenter I), 
Carpenter I M, 
Carpenter J E, 
Chandler D A, 
Crabtree Walter^, 
Dhue J T, 
Ferrell J E, 
Ferrell J W, 
Fletcher E T 
Fletcher J I), 
Gay J R, 
Hall A J, 



DAYTON, 

Nichols U R; 
Pal.ard John^ 
Penny J H, 
Parhani L, 
Patterson J W, 
Shaw J R, 
Shaw W H, 
Sherron W J^ 
Snipes E J, 
Snipes J P, 

suitt Av j; 
FISH DAM. 

Holloway J 11, 
Ilolloway WD, 
Holloway W 1\ 
Ilnsketh E H, 
Kerr Thos J, 
Norwood F M, 
Olmstead Jas, 
Perry W II, 
Roberson J E, 
Roberson J P, 
Roberson W A_, 
Rogers J T, 
Rogers J W, 
Rogers R L, 
Rosters R P. 
Rogers W T, 



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lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
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application. Address, PEEK k SON, 1567 Broadway, New York, 



TAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passinj 
Rah • ■ -^ ' ' , , 



tliroua;h the Cities of 



Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Tavlor, Washington, D. C. 



DIEECTORY.— Farmers. 



Andres Jesse, 
Bass Dive, 
Carrington Mose, 
Cash Jas, 
Cole John, 
Flinton George, 
Flinton Rancher, 
Flinton Turner, 
Horner Jas, 



Carrington A S, 
Copely Henry, 
Copely John, 
Gooch Radford, 
Gooch Rufus, 
Goss R, 
Hardy Dr, 
Harris Chas, 
James L T, 
James Richard, 



Horner John, 
Horner Mose, 
Leathers Mose, 
Leathers Wm, 
Lipscomb Thos, 
Moize Noah, 
Rhodes Joseph, 
Roberts Weslejr 
Sims Charles. 



HAMPTON. 



Johnson A, 
Johnson L B, 
Meadow J M, 
Moore Saml, 
Roberts E, 
Til ley George, 
Tilley H, 
Tilley Luther, 
Weaver R, 
Weaton W H, 



HENDERSON. 



Barnes J R, 
Barnes T C, 
Bobitt J C, 
Boll A H, 
Boll J H, 
Booket A M, 
Booket Joseph, 
Bowden F P, 
Bowen T F, 
Brodie B F, 
Browne B F, 
Browne C E, 
Browne Joseph A, 



Harris S F J, 
Kelly J L, 
Ketchum J S, 
Klock A, 
McMillen J, 
Mitchell A J, 
Oldfield J, 
Parham J H, 
Parham J W, 
Parker J J, 
Perdue E O, 
Perdue J A, 
Reams G W, 



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FISH DAM. 

HoUoway J H, AVard Dr M P, 

Holloway H, Weatherby A C 

AVhitlev J E. 

GALVESTON. 



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ville and Athens, to the South and Southwest. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



146 



DIE ECTOR Y.— Farm ers. 



Browne J L, 
Browne J W^ 
Buchou AV^, 
Burroughs B H^ 
Burroughs G R, 
Burroughs S A, 
Burrouirhs AV L, 
Butler E G, 
Cree A, 
Davis B, 
Dunn J H, 
Edwards J 11, 
Edwards L L, 
Edwards M L, 
Fuller FL, 
Fuller J A, jr^ 
Fuller J n, 
Fuller Thos, 
Fuller AV S, 
Gerry AV E, 
Harris J A, 
Harris J F, 
Harris L M^ 



Reams J F, 
Reams J M, 
Reavis Jno W, 
Reavis S AV, 
Rowland G H, 
Rowland J C, 
Rowland P G, 
Smerdon G, 
Sotter white J ]\ 
Sotterwhite S G, 
Swain S, 
Swain AV^ AV, 
Swain W Y, 
Stewart H, 
Stewart T P, 
Tucker B F, 
A^aughn J L, 
Vaughn J AV, 
Vaughn R S, 
AVade B F, 
AVade AV H, 
AVhite AV H, 
AViffgins L AV, 
AVrisht G AV. 



HIOKSTOWN. 



Andrews AA'', 
Barnwell D A, 
Browning A, 
Cole Edw, 
Davis C, 
Decerne Wiley, 
Duke George, 
Hicks David, 
Hicks Jas, 
Jones Stephen, 
McConley Jas, 
Martin Edw, 
Martin J H, 
Martin J M, 
Alartin Peter, 
Neil Henry, 



Keil AVm, 
Pendergrass E, 
Pendergrass Monroe, 
Pendergrass AVhite, 
Proctor Jas, 
Rhue AVm, 
Riley Bedford, 
Riley David, 
Riley John, 
Scoggins Albert, 
Shields John, 
Shields Joseph, 
Urastead Jas, 
Walker Frank, 
Walker J, 
AVarren AVm, 



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trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent l>y mail upon 
application. '^Address. PEEK »k SON. 1567 Broadway. New York. 



mAKE THE PIEDMONT AIR-LINE, Passing through the Cities of 
J_ Raleigh, Durhani, Goldsboro, Spartanburg, Greenville, Seneca, Gains- 
ville and Athens, to the South and South West. For information, address, 
J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Farmers. 



HUNKADORA. 



Bail David, 
Ball F ^\, 
Ball J W, 
Ball Marcus, 
Ball W J, 
Blavlock A N, 
Bollock J R, 
Fossett W F, 
Garrard David, 
Garrard Jas, 
Garrard Josei)h, 
Garrard Wesley, 
Glenn Jas, 
Gray Henry, 
Gray Joseph, 
Green Geo, 
Harris Chas, 
Harris D D, 
Mangum Eugene, 
Manguni Alaynard, 
Mangum Wile}', 
Manguni W P, 
Nely Wesley, 
Oakley J C, 
Okey A, 

Parker Jeremiah, 
Parker John, 
Parrish G, 
Roberts Candas, 



Roberts David, 
Roberts Dewitt, 
Roberts Fanny, 
Roberts Jas, 
South gate P, 
Stagg^J H, 
Stagg J W, 
Teasley E B, 
Teasley Edward, 
T-easley Simpson, 
Teasley Wiley, 
Terry F M, 
Tilley A W, 
Til ley B, 
Tilley D G, 
Tilley Daniel, 
Tilley J D, 
Tilley J, 
Tilley Joseph, 
Tilley Marcus, 
Tilley R C, 
Tilley Simpson, 
Tilley VK, 
Tilley W P, 
Umstead H L, 
Watson O H, 
Wilson Silas, 
Wilkins W C, 
Wilkins W S, 



KELVIN GROVE. 



Adams A M, 
Be vers Atlas, 
Bevers B E, 
Bevcrs C, 
Brown Chas, 
Cozart Jas, 
Ferrell J P, 
Grady Alonzo, 
Grady Jas, 
Hays G L, 



King W W, 
Ludlem Chas, 
Lynn A B, 
Lynn J II, 
Lynn J M, 
Marshall W G, 
Martin W A, 
May W B, 
May WJ, 
Ross C F, 



147 



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DIRECTOEY.— Parmers. 



Jones Sill, 
Jackson W M, 
King So well, 



Shepperd L J, 
Thompson John, 
Thompson Roscoe, 
Yearbv James. 



KNAP OF REEDS. 



Ad cock J J, 
Cash Jas, 
Cash Robert, 
Oritcher K O, 
Critcher R S, 
Daniel Robt, 
Forsyth D J, 
Forsyth Wiley, 
Fowler Ileury, 
Fowler Moses, 
Hall Wm, 
Harris Moses, 
Lynn W T, 
Nanee Preston, 
Peed Benjamin, 
Peed Joseph, 
Peed Richard, 
Roberts Gaston, 
Roberts J 0, 
Roberts Thos, 
Thompson J, 
Tillev Jas, 
Til'ey J X, 
Til ley Lee, 
Tippet W D, 



Bass Wm, col, 
Bowling J X, 
Bowling John, 
Bowling W H, 
Bowling Capt Wm, 
Critcher J A, 



Umsted B D, 
[Jmstead Chas, 
Umstead L A, 
Umstead Victor 
Veazey A J, 
Veasej^ A yi, 
Veazey L A, 
Veazy W B, 
Veasey W E, 
Veazey W D, 
AValler Calvin, 
Waller llenr^-. 
Waller Jas, 
Waller J A, 
Waller Logan, 
Waller MB, 
Waller S W 
Waller AV H, 
Waller W S, 
Washington M 
AVheeler C F, 
Wheeler Thos, 
Wilkins J W, 
Wilkins L A, 
Woods Joseph. 



E. 



LUSTER. 



Critcher Wm, 
Day Jas, 
Gordon Mord, 
Harris Wm, 
Jordan C C, 
Parrish W C, 
Parrish W G. 



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finish, Warranted five years. 



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and Richmond, Va., to Atlanta and Birmingham. For imformation, ad- 
dress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Farmers. 



149 



LYNDOVER. 



Blalock Hev A, 
Blalock J) W, ' 
Blalock H, 
Blalock S H, 
Blalock T Y, 
Blalock Wm M, 
Blalock AV R, 



Bowling Geo W, 
Bowling J W, 
Chambers W J, 
Kersey Wm, 
Mangum John, 
Read Jas, 
Saterfield B. 



MORRISVILLB. 



Adams A M, 
Adams J Q, 
Arnold W M, 
Barbee C, 
Barbee G W, 
Barbee Madison, 
Barbee P H, 
Barbee Rnfus, 
Barbee Wm, 
Carlton M L, 
Carlton W D, 
Cotten A T, 
Ddwards Asa, 
Edwards C D, 
Edwards D D, 
Edwards J J, 
Edwards J W, 
Edwards W H, 
Gibson J Iv, 
lEorne S R, 
King Benj, 
King J M, 
King J W, 
King Samuel, 
King Warren, 
King W L, 
Marcom B 11, 
Marcom G R, 
Marcom J A, 
Marcom J M, 
Marcom S C, 
Marcom S W, 



Marcom W A, 
Marcom W Y, 
Maynard Allen, 
Maynard Brinkley, 
Maynard Chas, 
Maynard E T, 
Maynard J R, 
]\laynard Jas, 
Maynard Joseph, 
Maynard W C, 
Merritt W II, 
Morris A J, 
Morring J H, 
Morris W II, 
Page Edward, 
Page L A, 
Page M W, 
Page II, 
Page S P, 
Pollard A S, 
PoUard Thomas, 
Pugh J M, 
Scott A H, 
Scott Sidney, 
Scott W B, 
Sears T C. 
Slater R II, 
Slater Robert, 
Slater W A, 
Smith Thomas, 
Smith W R, 
Whitted W A. 



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150 



DIRECTORY.— Farmers. 



MT. TIRZAH. 



Allen John A, 
Anderson John^ 
Asley Harrison y 
Blaycock Albert, 
Bo wen, G 1\ 
Bowen linfus, 
Bnmpass. Simeon^ 
Burton A J, 
Burton R A^ 
Cash Ja& R, 
Cash Monroe, 
Cathran Jas- J^ 
Cathi'tsn John M. 
Cathran Richard, 
Cathran W D, 
Chambers' John E, 
Chanihers- S D, 
Clay II T, 
Clayton L M, 
Claj-toii Thos U, 
Clayton Thos J, 
Cozart C, 
Danieron N W^ 
Evans Haywood^ 
Glenn R S, 
Glenn Saml, 
llestor Noah, 
Hicks J M, 
Holisbangh Win II, 



Barbee G W, 
Barbee K, 
Beasley Jessie, 
Colvin A, 
Green Hugh, 
Green J, 
Hopson S H, 
Jenkins W A, 
Xerr J M, 
Lawrence W R, 



Jones Ja&per W, 
Kennedy J, 
Meadows S, 
Money Andrew, 
Moore E R, 
Moore Sidney, 
[Nichols II II, 
Noell J W, 
Noell Jas S, 
Oakley G C, 
Oakley John, 
Peed David E, 
Pierce G C, 
Read C G, 
Read E B, 
Read J G, 
Read J R, 
ReadTB, 
Read W F, 
Read Wm F, 
Saunders R B, 
Sned James M, 
Speed E A, 
Stanford R A, 
Sweeney Henry C, 
Underwood J E, 
Tillett James W, 
Townsend Elijah, 
Turner Jasper. 



NELSON. 



O'Briant II II, 
O'B riant Wm, 
Page Henry, 
Page J R, 
Page L A, 
Roberts Mathew_, 
Shipp R T, 
Slater R II, 
Slater W A, 
Sorrell M L, 



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L lish Oak, Burled Walnut, Satin Wood, Ash and Oriental Black. Illus- 
trated Catalogue, and all information desired, promptly sent by mail ujion 
application Addiess, PEEK it SON, 1567 Broadway, New York. 



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llobile, New Orleons, Shriveitort, Texas and California. For informatioii, 
suldress, J. L. Taylor, Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORY.— Farmers. 



151 



Morris J H, 
■Slorris M C, 
Moniri W H- 



Ston« M D 
Tilley, 

Weathei'spooii A J, 
Weatherspooii IL 



ORANGE FACTORY. 



Andrews Jessee, 
Ashley John. 
Asliley Wiley, 
r> lay lock A IS", 
IJlaylock Richard, 
(■arrington Mose, 
Carroll Lee, 
Carroll L L, 
Carroll AVm, 
Cox A G, 
Ellis Mose, 
Eveans Smith, 
Flinton S G, 
Gra}^ Joseph, 
Green Geo, 
liohnan S W, 
Holt Dr E M, 
Horner Cad, 
Horner Jas, 
Ilorner Mose, 



Horner Paul, 
Johnson S H, 
Lipscomb T L, 
Raygan E B, 
Raygan Jas, 
Hay nor Wm, 
Rheed Newton, 
Soothe rland Philip, 
Southerland T H, ' 
8tephen.s AV JB, 
Tilley Doe, 
Tii.ey Joseph, 
Tilley R 0, 
Tilley Sim[>son, 
Turr^ntine DanieK 
Wilborn H L, 
Wiles Fred, 
Wilson Silas, 
Wood Pomp, 
Youncre S S, 



STAGVILLE. 



Cameron B, 
Collins Geo P, 
Gill Wm, 
Glenn John, 
Green George, 
Ladd R J, 
Lash ley S M, 
Lash ley W C, 
Mangum Durell, 
Sutherland Philip, 



Umpstead Lee, 
Umpstead L L, 
Tilley Ira, 
Thompson John A, 
Thompson Joseph, 
Thompson P C, 
Thomi>son W 0, 
Thompson W P, 
Tiirrentine W D, 
Vaughan A C, 
Woods Wm. 



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