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Full text of "Wilmington directory : including a general and city business directory for 1865-66"

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



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Tailors' Trimmings, Ac, 

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E. B. DUDLEY. R. C. DUDLEY. 

FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE 

INSURANCE OFFICE, 

DUDLEY (fc BRO., Agents, 

Are prepared to take risks against Fire, the perils of the 
sea, and Inland Transportation, and issue Policies in the 
following very reliable Companies : 



Insurance Companies, 

"^.^i^A r.Y THE UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY ;) 

m GLOBE LIFE INSORiCE COiPil 

OF NEW YORK: 

NEW ENGLAND 

Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

OF BOSTON; 

AND 

THE In E ^^ - Y O R K 

Accidental Insurance Co., 



OF NEW YORK CITY. 



Office No. 5 So. Water St., (up Stairs,) 



GEO. Z. FRENCH & CO., 



.(SXJGGiJSSORS TO CUTTER & FUENQH.) 

NO. 10 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions, 






Wood & Willow Ware, 



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CROCKERY, 

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Bought or received on consignment 



WILMINGTON 

DIEECTORY, 



INCLUDING A 



General and City Business 

DIRECTORY, 






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WILiVIINGTON, N. C. : 

PUBLISHED BY P. HEINSBERGER, 

BOOK-BINDEB AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTXJBEE, 

JOURNAL BUILDINGS. 



FULTON & PKICE, STEAM P0WI:E PRESS PRINTEBS : 

1865. 



WILMINGTO^ DIREC' 



TORY,' 



JAMES S. TOPHAM & CO., 

No. 8 South Front Street, 

WILMISTGTOF, F. C, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Foreign & Domestic Saddlery, 

HARDAV^^RE, &c. 

A large assortment of the following goods 
on hand, and constairtly being received : 

Double Harness, ^ Side Saddles. 

Single do. / Men's do. 

Cart and Dray Harness, < Boy's • do. 

Wagon do. /Gig do. 

Sole Leather Trunks, } Horse Collars, 

Ladies' do. S Mule do. 

Packing do. > Carriage, Riding and Cari 

Valises, < Whips, 

Bonnet Boxes, S Feather Dusters, 

Traveling Bags, / Sweeping, Paint, Whitewash 

Ladies' Satchels, \ and Horse Brushes, 

Pocket Books, 5 Cotton Cards, 

Portemonaies, c Plantation Hoes, 

Bridle Bits of gill kinds, V Harness, Bridle, Sole and En- 
l ameling Leather, 

AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 



AND EVERY THING IN THE 

SADDLERY BUSINESS 



HISTOBICAL SKETCH OF WILMINGTON, N. C: 



Nkw Haxovkjj Cocntv was f jrmed iu 172>^, and called, iu honor 
of the House of Hanover, then on the English throne. 

Wilmington, its capital, the most populous and commercial 
town in North Carolina, named in compliment of Spence Compton, 
Earl of Wilihington, is situated upon the East bank of Cape Fear. 
or Clarendon river in North latitude 34 d»»g 12 min., (48), 
longitude 77 deg 56 min. (IS) West 

It is below the confluence of the North East and North West 
branches The first runs up into the interior, in the direction of 
Duplin, and the latter past the town of Fayetteville, one hundred 
and twenty miles, t« Haywood, in Chatham county, where it first 
assumes the name of Cape Fe.\r, being formed by the junction of 
the Haw and Deep Rivers. 

Like many other places, its fortunes hare been fluctuating and 
its progress slow. The first settlements were made about one 
hundred and thirty-four years ago, and originally called Newtown, 
then New Liverpool, and finally Wilmixgton. 

France having declared war against England in 1744, a fort 
was ordered to be built by the Legislature of North Carolina, to 
mount twenty-four pieces of cannon, on the sea coast, -which was 
accordingly erected at what is now known as the village of Smith- 
yille, and called Johni-on, in honor of Gov. Gabriel Johnson. 

Upon the death of Governor Johnson, Rice succeeded to his 
authority, and upon his death in a very short time, Matthew 
Rowan, the senior counsellor, was qualified in his stead, in Wil- 
mington, on 1st February, 1754. 

About this time, Rowan received an express from Gov. Din- 
widdle, of Virginia, informing him of the alarming movements of 
the French on the Ohio, and that Geo. Washington had been sent 
there to examine and report, &c., and that he desired assistance 
from North Carolina. 

Rowan, accordingly, issued hi« proclamation for the Legislature 
'to meet in Wilmington, on the 19th of February, 1754, which met 
-accordingly, and appropriated one thousand pounds for raising 
■ and paying such troops as might be sent to Virginia. 
^' Col. James Innbs, of New Hanover, marched at the head of a 
'■detachment, but no preparation having been made by Virginia for 

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WILMi; GTON DIRECTORY. 



supplies aid quartevuiaster's stores, Col. Inne< returned to North 
Carolina. 

A London Magazine of 17G1 reports that a storm occurred, in 
North Carolina, which began on Monday, the 20th of September, 
and continued until Friday, but raged with most violence on the 
23d. Maiiy houses were thrown down, and all the vessels, except 
one, in Cape Fear river, driven ashore It forced open a new 
channel at a place called the Haul-Over, between the Cedar House 
and Bdld Head. This new channel was found on soundings to be 
eighteen feet at high water, and is near half a mile wide. 

In the town of Wilmington, in 1765, on the 3d of April, Wm. 
Tryon qualified a? Commander-in-Chief and Captain-General of the 
Province of North Carolina. Bred a soldier, and not destitute of 
mind, he was disposed to rule with an iron hand, and acquired in 
■consequence of his despotic sway the soubriquet of the "Great 
Wolf of North Carolina " He would wheedle or cajole, whenever 
his interests were advanced by such conduct, or adopt an opposite 
policy when it conduced to his interests. He first met the General 
Assembly in the t.>'wn of Wilmington, on 3d of May, 1765, one 
hundred years ago. During this session, the Assembly was so 
much exureised on the subject of the Stamp Act, that Tryon pro- 
rogued it, upon the 18th May of the same year. 
" ; The Speaker of the House, John Ashe, told Gov. Tryon this act 
-would be resisted to the death. Accordingly, upon the arrival of 
the Diligence sloop.-of-war, in the Cape Fear river, Ashe, of New 
Hanover, and Col. Waddell, of Brunswick, marched at the head of 
the men of these counties to Brunswick, before which town the 
ship lay, pfeveiited the Captain from landing the stamped paper ; 
seized the sloop-of-war's boat, placed it on a cart, flew a flag from 
the mast-head and mirched in triumph to Wilmington, where, 
•at night, the town was illuminated. The next day they called 
upon the Governor and demanded that he would d'^sist from any 
attempt; to execute the Stamp Act, and to surrender to them James 
Houston, the Stamp Master, an inmate of Tryon's house. He at 
first refused, but ultimately yielded to the popular demand. In 
case of refusal, they threatened to burn the Palace and its inmates. 
Whereupon Houston was reluctantly surrendered to the popular de- 
mand, and then taken by them to the Market House, and there forced 
to take an oath not to execute the duties of Stamp Master. These 
acts were performed in open day, by well known persons, and yet 
they are " not of the few, the immortal names, that were not born 
to die." 



WILMINCiTnN 1)1 HKCTiiK V, 



"These are deeds which should not pass away, 
And names that must not witlver." 

In July, 1774, on the Boston Port Bill being enacted by Par- 
liament, the citizens of Wilmington met and declared : "the cause 
of Boston is the common cause of America," and Parker Quince 
was sent with a ship load of provisions to succour the Bostonians. 

On the 23d November, 1774, the citizens of Wilmington elected 
a Committee of Safety, of which Cornelius Harnett, John 
Quince, Francis Clayton, Wm Hooper, Robert Howb, John 
Ancrum, Arch. McLaine, John Robertson and John Walker 
were members. 

When Gov. Martin, the last of the royal Governors and Tryon's 
successor, summoned His Majesty's Council to attend him, on 
board the sloop-of-war in Cape Fear river, January, 1776, the 
Committee infyrmed the members, then on their way, they could 
not, consistent "with the safety of the eoimtry , permit them t» 
attend the Governor.'" 

Upon the 27th of February, 1776, the battle of Moore's Creek 
was fought, between the Scotch Tories, under Brigadier General 
McDonald, and the Whigs, under Lillington and Caswell, in which 
the Tories were badly defeated, with the loss of their military chest. 
This victory entirely thwarted the plan of Gov. Martin, which 
was to form a junction with Sir Peter Parker, and Maj. Gen SirH. 
Clinton, and thus to overrun the Southern country. Delayed by 
weather, the military and naval armament did not arrive in the 
Cape Fear until the 18th of April, 1776. The whole naval force- 
consisted of thirty-six ships. 

While here Gen. Clinton ravaged Kendall, the seat of General 
Rob't Howe. History avers that he and Cornwallis surrounded 
the dwelling, and after murdering three women, they marched to 
Orton, where military stores and provisions were deposited, but in- 
formation of their purpose having preceded them, they had been 
removed, and the buildings alone were sacrificed. The fleet sailed 
from the Cape Fear on the 1 st June, and arrived ofl" Charleston oe 
the 4th. In a proclamation of free pardon " to all such as shaE 
lay down their arms and submit to the laws," given on board the 
Pallas transport, by Sir Henry Clinton, on the 5th of May, 1^776^ 
Cornelius Harnett and Robert Howe were excluded from its 
benefits. 

The following flattering sketch of the manners and customs upon 
the Cape Fear, at the period of which we are speaking, is from the 
pen of Mr. A. M. Hooper, contained in his biography of his dis- 



WILMINCTON DIRECTORY. 



tinguished kinsman, the Hon. Wra. Hooper, one of the signers of 
the Declaration of Independence' in 1776. The Hoopers hive 
always been a family of scholars : — , : f 

"Hospitality carried to the extreme, and excessive fondness for 
conviviality, Tvere the characteristics of those days. In fact, every 
class of society became infected by the example ; and munbers of 
old families, now reduced to comparative poverty, have reason to 
rue the prodigalUberaHty of their ancestors. " 

The British Governor Martin, having occasion to reply to an 
address of the inhabitants of Wilmington, presented by Mr Hoop- 
er, styled it " the region of pditeness and hospitality.''' 

Festive entertainments, balls, every species of amusement which 
song and dance could afford, were indulged in Everywhere, on 
the river Cape Fear, were men of fortune, related by blood, or 
connected by marriage. 

This general ease and prosperity was highly favorable to the 
cultivation of polite letters and to the development of talents of a 
certain kind. The state of manners tended to awaken a spirit of 
improvement, which pervaded the whole community. Every fam- 
ily possessed a collection of the best English authors, besides which 
there was a public library, supported by a society of gentlemen, 
and styled "The Cape Fear Library." Wit and humor, music 
and poetry, were drawn into action in social and convivial inter- 
course. Conversation was cultivated to a high degree. Emana- 
ting from letters or science, or growing out of the busy scenes of 
life, it always teemed with instruction and inipjarted delight. The 
point of honor was understood and recognized, and the slightest 
approach to indignity resented. In this cxe;rcise of colloquial tal- 
ent, the ladies participated and heightened the pleasures, ihen 
they were not, as now, as early instructed, or perhaps, not instruc- 
ted at all, in the rudiments of knowledge ; bU|t they derived from 
reading, and imbibed from an association with eminent persons of 
the opposite sex, a tincture of taste and elegance, and they had a 
softness, sentiment, grace, intelligence— every quality which in the 
female sex can inspire and exalt the enthusiasn) of romantic 
passion. ' ' ' , . ; 

In the hospitable conviviality of those times, allurements, to dis- 
sipation were greater than social life usually presents The actors 
were far above the cast of ordinary ton. vivants. x^mong those 
were Dr. Eustace, the correspondent of Sterne, who united wit and 
genius, and learning andMsqience; Harnett, who could boast a 
genius for music, and taste for letters ; Lloyd, gifted with talents 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOKY. 



and adorned with classical literature ; Pennington — (comptroller of 
the port, and afterwards Master of Cerenionies at Bath, England) — 
an elegant writer, admired for his wit and his highly polished 
itrbanity ; McLaine, whose criticisms on Shatspeare would, if they 
were published, give him fame and rank in the republic of letters ; 
Boyd, who, without pretensions to wit or humor, possessed the rare 
art of telling a story with spirit and grace, and whose elegiac num- 
bers aflForded a striking contrast to the vivid brilliancy of the scenes 
in which he figured; Judge Maurice Moore, endowed with versa- 
tile talents, and possessed of extensive information — as a wit, al- 
ways prompt in reply, as an orator always " daring the mercy of 
chance ;" Howe, whose imagination fascinated, whose repartee 
overpowered, and whose conversation was enlivened by strains of 
exquisite raillery. Wit and humor, and music and poetry, dis- 
played all their charms among the festive deities, and heightened 
the glow of delight. Is it to be wondered at, that the banquet 
was often carried to an " injurious excess ?" Mr. Hooper played 
his part among these distinguished wits, and shed a classic lustre 
over these refined revels, .. .i .;,..' 'io 

Blended with the history of the Cape Fear, at this period, is 
that of Flora McDonald, the fair and gentle, protectress of the 
fugitive Charles Edward. 

Encouraged by the representations of their countrymen, who had 
removed to the Cape Fear, McDonald of Kingsburg, and his wife 
Flora, arrived upon its banks in about 1775 or 1776. At the bat- 
tle of Moore's Creek, he having joined the royal standard, was ta- 
ken prisoner and confined in Halifax jail. Being finally released, 
he and Flora returned to Scotland. On the passage out, they be- 
came engaged with a French juan-of-war. Flora remained on deck 
during the action, encouraging the men by her presence and coun- 
sel. The enemy was beaten, but during the confusion of the fight 
Flora was thrown down and had an arm broken. She is said to, 
have remarked : " 1 have hazarded my life for the house of Stuart ^ 
anil for the house of Hanover, and I do not see that I am a great 
gainer by either." 

Dr. Samuel Johnson, who had been her giicst, says : " She is a 
little .woman, of a genteel appearance, and uncommonly mild and 
Well-bred." She died March 4th, 1790, and was buried, in & 
shroud made of the sheets in which Charles Edward had slept at 
Kiiigsburg. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS/ 
From the Borough of Wilmington, from 1774 to 1836, lohen the 
Borough representation was abolished by the Convention of 
1835. 

1774, Francis Clayton. 1819 to 1822, J D Jones. 

1775, Cornelius Harnett. 11823 Mont W Campbell. 

1776 to 1784, Wm Hooper. |1824 and 1825, Rob't H Cowan. 

1783 to 1786, Arch McLaine. 1826 and 1827, Jos Alston Hill. 

1787, Josh Potts. 11828 John Walker. 

1788 to 1791, Edward Jones. 11829 and 1830, Jos A Hill. 

1792 to 1809, Josh G Wright. |l831 and 1832, Dan'l Sherwood. 

1810 to 1815, Wm W Jones. 1833 J D Jones. 

1816 and 1817, Ed B Du Uey. 1834, Ed B Dudley. 

1818 Wm B Meares. i 

Contemplating this array of representative men, we are struck 
by the combination of wit, humor, highly cultivated genius^ and 
refined culture with tact, talent, political sagacity and comprehen- 
sive statesmanship. 

Any constituency might be justly proud of such representatives, 
and should be careful to remember as their interests and fame : 
suffered no detriment while under their guardianship, their mem- 
ories should be kept ever fresh in the minds of the people. As some- 
thing is duo in life to death, so something is due from the living 
to the dead. 

We arc told by Diodorus Siculus that the ancient Ilomnns were 
in the habit of placing in the vestibules of their houses busts of the 
illustrious dead, so that, in passing in and out, their virtues and 
their example might become familiaf to their youth, thus early 
accustoming them to the contemplation of greatness and insensibljr 
implanting a desire to achieve it Let us profit by the sugges- 
tion. 

Among other sons, who have conferred honor upon our town, 
are Johnson Blakely, Col. Wm. McEee, Col. Wm. Gibbs MxjNeil. 
Col. Sam. McRee, Capt. Alex. J. Swift, Capt. J. H. K. Burgwin, 
and Lieut. Wm. H. Wright, all of whom, except Blakely, were 
eleves of West Point. 

Col. Wm. McRee is generally represented, by the army, as hay» . 
ing been the ablest and most profoundly accomplished soldier in 
all that pertains to his profession, who has ever belonged to the 
United States army. He is said to be the father of the corps oi 



WILMINGTON' Di&KCT^ft^i 



engineers, and served in the capacity of chief of that corps, upon the 
Northern frontier, during the war of 1812, upon the staff of Gen. 
Jacob Brown. At the close of the war, it was proposed by J. G. Cal- 
houn, on account of his pre-eminent abilities, to place him at the head 
of that department, but he declined the preferment because it would 
ovetslaugh a brother soldier. Gen. Armistead. and his sense of pro- 
fessional etiquette would not allow him to be a party to such an 
act of injustice. He shortly after resigned, in consequence, it is 
understood, of the Government conferring equal rank in his corps 
upon the French Gen. Bernard, who had recently arrived on this 
continent and entered our service. Muliee afterwards became en^; 
glneer in-chief of the State of Missouri,, and died of cholera,,, in, ^fr; 
Louis in 1831. ■.'''■ 

Gen. Wm. Gib^s McNeil belonged to tihe topographical corps, and 
was for a long while, before he left the army, engaged in civil service, 
in the State of Maryland, upon the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- 
road, and afterwards in Massachusetts. After he left the service, 
be became the chief engineer of the Charleston and. Cincinnati 
Railroad. He possessed in an eminent degree what is known in^ 
the military profession as the coi/^) c^'o3t7. 

Swift and Burgwin were both martyrs to the war with Mexico. 
The former dying in New Orleans of disease contracted at Vera 
Gruz, and the latter fell a victim at Puebla de Taos, in obeying a 
senseless order to charge a stone church. Being assured in 
his expiring moments that justice should be done his memory, his 
dying utterance was, ' ' that justice should be done to his men." Wm. 
Henry Wright, an accomplished officer and soldier, was never in 
active service. The greater part of his life, after leaving West 
Point) was spent in the construction of Fort Warren, located 
in the harbor of Boston, Massachusetts. His chief reputa- 
tion, however, is based upon the publication of his work on mortars. 

Johnson Blakely emi^Tated with his father from Ireland, and 
arrived in Wilmington in 1783-84, aged about three years. It 
was not long before the father died, and Johnson became the pro- 
tege of Col. Edward Jones, who charged himself with the nurture 
and education of young Blakely, a duty which he faithfully dis- 
charged. In the fullness of time he was sent to the University, 
and soon after the completion of his course there, joined the United 
States Navy as Midshipman, and in 1800 he was ordered to the 
Mediterranean with Com. Preble, and soon, by attention to duty, 
and the propriety of his conduct, secured the confidence and regard 
of his commander, his officers and his men. Meeting with speedy 



10 WILHINQ^PN I>I^C1?9J^Y, 



promotion, be was ordered to the Wasp, and sailed from Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

In June, 1814, he fell in, off the English coast^ with His Ma- 
jesty's sloop-of-war Pteindeer, Capt. Manners. A sharp action 
ensued. Manners, the first lieutenant, and many of the crew were 
killed and the ship surrendered. Blakely writes the Department : 
" We fell in with, engaged, and after an action of nineteen min- 
utes, captured His Britanic Majesty's sloop-of-war Reindeer, Capt. 
Wm. Manners, commander." From the first to the fifteenth of 
August, he captured fifteen of the enemy's ships. In one of the&e 
he placed Lieut. Geisenger, as prize master, with dispatches for the 
G-overnment. Geisenger arrived safe in Savannah, 4th November, 
1814, and brought the last authentic intelligence ever received of 
the gallant dead. Capt Blakely married in 1813 Ja,ne Hooper, 
and left an only daughter, Udney. 

In December, 1816, the Legislature of North Carolina resolved 
unanimously, that the child should be educated at the expense of 
the State, which was accordingly done. She acquired her educa- 
tion in Philadelphia, and shortly after married, and went to reside 
in the West Indies. Before leaving this country, however, she 
sent her portrait, as a token of kind remembrance, to the family of 
her father's early patron. .■ C 

Wo have already learned that Wi-mington entitled herself to a 
just renown in her struggles anterior to, pending, and succeeding 
to the revolution of 1776, during the wars of 1812 and also that 
with Mexico. How shall we characterize her conduct in the 
bloody drama which has been enacting from 1861 to 1865, and 
which may with truth be styled " the bloodiest picture in the book 
of time ■?" Let the blood of her sons which has soaked every battle 
field from Fisher 'to Sharpsburg, and whose bones- are feloiaching 
from Charleston to Gettysburg answer. . ' '' ; ' 

;The number of men contributed could be easily computed, but 
the value of their services could not be so readily ascertained. The 
amount of munitions of war, quartermaster's and commissary's 
stores, and other advantages secured by the exports and. imports of 
the blockade running, it is alike difiiculttoestimaite., Theyrexceed 
many millions! V . !^' ,,'!",' , '-'',^ "^ .' . ."! 

In 1819 a great. fire occurred, which r consumed about two hun- 
dred buildings, and property valued at ^1,000,000, jPopulation 
in 1830, about 3,000; 1840, 4,744: 1850, 7,264, 1853, about 
10,000 ; in 1865, about 15,,000. 



WILMIXGTON DIRECTORY. 11 



COMMERCIAL STATISTICS. 

Sbipping of the district, June 30, 1854, according to Custom 
House returns, amounted to an aggregate of 10,684 tons register- 
ed, and 9,271 tons enrolled and licensed. The foreign and coast- 
wise arrivals in 1852, exclusive of Charleston steamers and North 
Carolina coasters, were V63. 

The following is the table of principal articles exported, coast- 
wise and foreign, in 1853-'54: 

1853. '1854. 

Coashcise. Foreign. t'oasticise. Foreign. 

Spii-its Turpfntiiif. bblc 113,717 1,457 119,308 1,3H 

Orude " " 51,828 21,454 65,102 

Koein. " 369,770 10,679 441,692 12,071 

Tar, •' 21,609 4,521 32,919 11,603 

Pitch. ■ 5,019 1,904 4,624 7,188 

Flour, ■' 1,349 86 14,431 1,001 

Timber, f(-.t. . 1,080,441 85,154 1,350,203 630 

Lumber, " 25,646,792 12,511,158 20,003,958 206,915 

Shinglee, 5,223,750 11,118,180 

Staves, 154,783 5,128,259 

Ground Peas, bushels, 69,624 87 91,807 133,819 

Cotton, bales 7,515 10,328 32 

" Sheeting, bales 2,320 . 1,689 

" Yarn, ",.' 2,581 1,573 

" Waste, " 317 206 

" Warp, " 122 181 

Paper, News, bundles, 2,120 „ 2,805 

Wool, bales, 182 39 

Rice, clean, casks 1,724 252^ 401, 164 

" rouKb, bufhelH 102,917 137.672 



1% WILMINGTON BIBECTORY. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE 

Of Exports from the Port of Wilmington, N. C, compiled from the reports oj 
the Daily Journal, for the first quarter of 18G1, compared with Ike first quar- 
ter qf .1860, ending 3lst March of each year. 

[■'■' 1860. 186 1. 

' ! Goastvnse. Foreign. f'onst>nise. Foreign. 

Spirits Tiirppntiiio. bbls 27,13:? ?,,83(; 20,&43 728 

Crude '• '^ 2), 100 3,577 U,987 2,020 

Rosin, " .... 104,403 13,35*; 75,754 11,939 

Tar, " .... 17,994 1,238 22,507 2,593 

Pitch, " .... 1,838 514 1,000 185 

Timber, Pitch I'itie, feet, .... e5,00{) 

Lumber " '■.... 980,347 2.803,750 1.555,008 3,087,131 

Shingles, 14,000 514,500 1,859,000 

Staves, 5,545 

Pea Nuts, bushels 57,071 05,138 

Flour, bbls...... 259 10 

Cotton, balesv • ■ ■ l'^^?-'! -■^>'^24 713. 

/.' Sheetiug, bales 279 449 

" Yarn, "' 430 239 

" Waste, " 

" Warp, '^ 

Rice, rough, bushels 55,670 30,169 

Rice, clean, casks, 1 5 30 

Paper, News, bundles 509 

Wool, bales 1 •2i> 

Wheat, bushels, .'. . . 230 

MISCELLANEOUS — COASTWISE. 
Flaxseed. SlO'bushels; Empty Barrels. 73; do. Kegs, liMi: do. Hhds., 7; Soap 
Stone, 379 bbls.; Liquor, 52 bbls.: Merchandise, 226 packages; Dried Fruit, 10' 
boxes, 1,246 bags, 449 bbls.: Hides, 500; Fish, 5 bbls.; Old Iron 105 tons; Corn, 
bushels, 19,138; Tobacco, 9 boxes; Bones, 18 bags; Sugar, 3 hhds.; Copper Ore, 
282 bbls.; Old Copper, 5 bbls.; Potatoes, 5 bbls.; Soap, .37 boxes; Juniper, 86 
cords ; Beeswax, 1 bag, 20 bbls.; Oils, 30 bbls.; Bags, 30 V)ales; Tallow, 8 bbls.; 
Salts, 25 sacks; Eggs, 4 boxes, 8 bbls.; Fur, 10 boxes, 3 bags, lo bbls., 13 hhds.: 
Molasses, 76 hhds.; Hay, 61 bales. 

FOREIGN. 
Corn, bushels, 200; Peanuts, 40 bushels; Peas 94 bushels. 

We publish to-day our table of exports from the port of Wilming- 
ton, for the quarter ending March 31, 1861, as compared with those 
for the corresponding period of 1860. In Spirits Turpentine there 
is a falling ofY, as there is in every article of naval stores, with the 
single exception of Tar, which shows a slight increase. 

In Timber, Lumber, Shingles and Staves, there is an increase, 
especially in the foreign shipment. There is a slight gain in Pea- 
nuts, and a decided loss in Kough Rice, but the most marked fea- 
ture is in the increase in Cotton from 10,791 to 22,724 bales coast- 
wise, 713 foreign, this increase far more than making up for any 
falling oflf in naval stores. Owing to the short Wheat crop last year 
in our Middle and Western counties, there has been no shipments 
of breadstuffs from our port, and little of North Carolina produce 
from any port. 



irrLMixGTO:^ directory. 



13 



F. L. BETTER, 

M. M. KATZ, 




No. 23 Market Street, 



^^ HOI^ESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN 

STAPLE AND FAWaY 
DEY CrOOT)§, 

SMS, MIMSOS, 

. feeWgh millineiy, 

EMBPtOIIfERIES, StfTIONS, , 

BlaL^GRM AND HOOP SKIRTS, 

DOUBLE ELLIPTIC SKIRTS, 

White Goods of every variety, 
MOURMING AND FANCY VEILS, 

m HATS AND CAPS, m 
o Xj o -OP n I r>j C3- , 

BOOTS m SHOES, MB FllMISHIM GOODS. 

CALL AND PRICE, AND YOU ARE SURE TO GET SUITED. 



14 MILMIXurON UIUECTOUY. 

BROWN & ANDERSON, 

mrORTEliS AND DEALERS IN 

,FIXE f iTCllES, CLOURS,, 
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, 

fffii ffli iiiif iifim. 

Pistols, Fancy A-rticles, &c. 

^Concave and Convex Spectacles, to suit all ages. 



WATCHES AND JEWELRY 

REPAIKED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 

OCr-No. 37 Market Street, (Old Stand,) 4X) 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

G. R. FRENCH & SON, 

WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN 

BOOTS, SHOES m LEiTHER, 

i . . AND A GENERAL ASSORT]\IENT OF 



WILMINGTON, l/f. C. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



15 



A. WEILL, (^- ROSENTHAL. 

A. WEILL & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE.VLERS IN 

FOREIGN AND OOMESTIC ORY GOODS, 

CLOTHIlSrG-, 

mm numm goods, 

HOSIERY, CUTLERY, 

IJ-^BOOTSandSHOEaU^ 

HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, &c., 

NO. n MAjRKET STREET, 
Mr,7^o: WILMINGTON, N. O. 




16 WILMINGTON DUIKCTOKY. 



C. M. VANORSDELL'S 



EXTENSIVE 



rHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS, 

r No. 40J Market Street, . . 

Where ARTISTS' MATERIALS of every description are sold. 

FRAMES, ovajl and square, gilt and plain, oak and walnut, of all 
sizes and styles, at wholesale anifl retKil. 

PHOTOGKArHIC PORTEAITUEE, of every known style.— 
Photograplis enlarged from small pictures to any desired size, and 
beautifully colored in oil, pastel, water and India ink. 

.EIRE INSURANCE. 

'» IN THE 

PHGENiX COWIPANY. 

OF HAllTFbRD, CONN.: ^ |rT 

CITY FIRE COMPANY, 

OF IIAETFORD, CONN.; 

HOfVii INSURANCE CO., 

OF NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

A Jslf^aOO D COMPANIES. 
WM. L. SMITH, Agent, 

OmOE AT BANK OF WILMINGTON- 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



AB B REVIATIO N S : 

111 the following 4)af?e.T r. stands for resilience; bdr^ for buaid.s : ht for iiotueen; cof 
for corner ; off for office ; opp for opposite ; e for east ; m for we^t : // (< <v jiovtli ; s for 
Boutli ; ai for alley ; J for lane ; wy for n«ar. The wonl str-'i't \:i iniplkd. Xumiieved 
streets implied I)y the fi'zurc^ only ; r y for Rail Road. 



A.. 

Aaron, David, dry goods, -5 Market, r 3d bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Adams Express Company, off 3 Granite E-ow, Front street, James 

Macomber, Agent. 
Adams, M L. engineer W & W 11 R, bds City Hotel. 
Adkins, Mrs E, r 4tli bt Ann and Nun. 
Adkins, Samuel N, maebinist, bds Mrs S E Adkins. 
Adrian & Vollers, groceries and liquors, cor Front and Dock. 
Adrian, Alex, of A k Yollers, r Dock, bt Front and Second. 
Agostini, F M, confectionery, 16 Market, r eor 6th and Dock. 
Ahrens, N, elk L Yollers, bds same. ,. 
Alderman, Geo F, salesman Oldham's Mill, bds n w cor 4th and 

Mulberry. /• • . 

Alderman, Alfred, inspectca* naval stores, r cor 4th and Mulberry. 
Alderman, I T, freight agent W, C & R il R, bds Edwin T Love. 
Alderman, Archibald, inspector naval stores, r 5th st n of rr. 
Alderman, James, of Bovrden & A, rRed Cro.ss, bt od and 4th. 
AJlen, J B, store cor 6th and Castle, r same.'- 
Allen, J H, watchmaker, Brown & Anderson. 
Allen, Gt E, printer. Herald Office, bds J F Legwin. 
Allen, Wm H, treasurer and master transportation W^ C & R R 

R, r . '■ . 



18 WILMINGTON DIKECTOKY 



BAILEY'S 

FRONT STREET, WILMINGTON, N. C. 

House open fou the recoption of guests at all hours of the day 
and night. 

No pains will be spared to makii the guests of the house com- 
fortable in every respect. 

Is supplied with every luxury the market affords. A first class 

(Sfc o^^n ^UJ ^MkMk <iMt,<^a caji'^ c^i 



^^ (^ q^^^ ^jj ^% «S^ ^W ^ 
Is attached to the house, where the public will be furnished with 

ICE CREAM OE OYSTERS, 

la their seasons ; WINES, CHOICE LIQUORS, ete. 

WM. H. LIPPITT, 

M DRUCOiST tc CHEmiST,tf 

^YHc)LESAL^: and retail. 

Always on hand, a full and select supply of pure MEDICINES, 
CHEiMICALS. DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, 
BRUSHES, FANCY ARTICLES, &c. &c. &c. 

PRESCRIPTIONS accurately and neatly compounded. 

p. S. Store open from 6 o'clock A. M., to 9 P M. Persons 
•wishing prescriptions compounded at night, will please call at my 
reeidence on Second street, between Dock and Orange. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 19 



Aldri^h, Wm, mechanic Clarendon Iron Works, r 5th bt Dock and 

Orange. 
Alts, Fred, elk Railroad Hotel, bds same. 
Altaffer, Geo M, pattern maker Hart & Bailey, r Cottage Lane, 

bt 3d and 4th. 
Andrews, W S Gr, of Andrews & Bardin, r Front, bt Chesnut 

and Mulberry. 
Andrews & Bardin, com merchants, 5 So "Water, (up stairs.) 
Anderson, Wm S. of Brown & Anderson, r cor Market and 5th. 
Anderson, Jas & Co, commission merchants, 9 So Water. 
Aaderson, Jas, of Jas Anderson & Co, r Orange, bt Front and 2d. 
Anderson, Ales, elk Jas Anderson & Co, bds Jas Anderson. 
Aaderson, E A, physician, Market, bt 2d and 3d, r cor Front and 

Orange. 
Aaderson, T W, city clerk, bds W S Anderson. 
Andell, C J, salesman Geo Z French & Co. 
Anke, Ernest, m.achinist, Hart & Bailey's, r cor 5th and Nun. 
Arey, Chas R, salesman Jno Dawson, bds Jno C Bowden. 
Arrington, Dr B F, dentist. 

Armstrong, W T, printer. Herald Office, bds cor 7th and Mulberry. 
Ashley, S S, ass't sup't Negro schools, r cor Front and Nun. 
Atkinson, Roger P, sup't W, C & R R R. 
Atkinson, Bishop Thomas, r Orange, bt 5th and 6th. 
Atkins, Geo, clerk A E Hall, bds same. 
Atkinson, Mrs Sarah, r Chesnut, bt 5th and 6th. 
Atkinson & Shepperson, com merchants and insurance agents, 

Princess, near Water. 
Atkinson, J W, of Atkinson & Shepperson, bds Orange bt 5th 

and 6th 

B. 

Baptist Church, cor Orange and 6th, Rev ■ , pastor. 

Baptist Church, (Front St,) Rev Mr Young, pastor. 
Baptist Church, (now building,) cor Market and 5th. 
Bates, E A, book-keeper M Mclnnis, bds R W Blaney. 
Bates, Capt B G, W & M R R, r cor 4th and Walnut. 
Baker, John A, lawyer. 

Bailey, James H, proprietor Star Hotel, r same. 
Bailey's Star Hotel, Front bt Market and Princess. 
Bailey, J A, restaurant at Bailey's Hotel, r same. 
Bailey, A M, elk J H Bailey, bds same. 



20 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



MICHAEL CEONLY, WILKES MORKIS. 

CRONLY «t MORRIS, 

ADCflOiEERS S GENERAL AGENTS, 

NO. 6, SOUTH WATER STREET, UP STAIKS, 

STOCKS, REAL ESTATE, and all descriptions of 
merchandise bought and sold on commission. 

Our per.«onal attention given to any business intrusted to our 
charge. 

From our long experience in the business, we feel warranted in 
leferring to the public generally. 

ALEX. OLDHAM, 

PROPRIETOR OF THE 

Cape Fear Corn & Flour Mills, 

Corner Nortli Water and Walnut StreetrS, 

AND 

COMMISSION MEMCHANT, 

No. 6, Soirtli ¥/ater Street, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



WILMINGTON BIRKCTOUV. • 21 



Bailejj George A, elk J A Baile}-, bds same. 

Bailey, John C, of Hart ct Bailey, r cor 3d and Ann. 

Bailey. Burt, baggage master W & W R R. 

Barlow, Jos L, r Slarket bt 7th and 8th. 

Barlow, Lewis N, agent D McEowen & Co. 

Bappler, Geo P, of Hussell & Bappler, r 4th bt Che?nut and Mul- 
berry. 

Bate & Weseott, grocers, 32 Market. 

Bate, R, of Bat« & ^yescott, r 5th, bt Walnut and Red Cross. 

Barnetfc, S, printer Herald office, bds Market, bt 3d and 4th. 

Barry, Horace M, commission merchant and wholesale grocer, and 
agent steamships, n Water. 

Barry it Bernard, Editors and Proprietor? Wilmington Dispatch, 
42 Market, up stairs. 

Barry, John D, of Barry & Bernard, bds cor 4th and Chesnut. 

Barry, M, store Front, bt Red Croes and Campbell, r same. 

Bagg, H A, bds John J Conoley. 

Bank of Wilmington, Front, bt Market and Princess. 

Bank of Cape Fear, Front, bt Market and Princess. 

Bauman Sc Tienkcn, dealers in groceries and liciuors, 22 and 24 3 
Front. 

Bauman, John G, of Bauman k Tienken, r cor 5th and Dock. 

Bauman, John C, elk H M Barry, bds Jno G Bauman. 

Bauman, John, shoemaker, M Keeler, r 2d, bt Mulberry & Walnut. 

Baldwin, S, of Baldwin, Munson & Co, r 38 Market. 

Baldwin, Munson 1- Co, clothing and gent's furnishing goods, 3S 
Market. 

Bachman, A C, bakev. 

Baker, Miss Jane F. music teacher, r 2d. bt Mulberry and Walnut. 

Baker, Geo, machinist, bds R H Warton. 

Banks, Mrs John S, r 4th, bt Walnut and Red Cross. 

Banks, Chas, dk, bds Mrs Jno S Banks. 

Banks, Robert, elk Internal Rev Dept, bds Mrs Jno S Banks. 

Banks, John, elk, bds Mrs Jno S Banks. 

Banks, Jno S, commercial reporter Herald, bds 36 Market. 

Banks, David, baggage master W & W R R. 

Barnhill, Mrs A, r 3d, bt Orange and Ann. 

Barclift, Mrs A H, boarding house, cor 2d and Ann. 

Bauer, F L, dry goods, 23 Market. 

Bell, C F, Northrop's mill, r cor 2d and Church. "\7" 

Eell, Ivey P, ship carpenter, r Church, bt 2d and 3d. 

Bellamy. Dr J D, r cor 5th and Market. 



22 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



GEORGE HARRISS, W. W. HARRISS, A. J. IIOWELl.- 

HARRISS & HOWELL, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, " 
^ AGENTS for A. C. Steamsliip .^?/S 
Line for New York ; and New York, Boston. 
and Philadelphia Packets. 



0. G. PABSLEY & CO., 

IMPORTERS 

AND 

COMWiiSSIOfy HERCHAriTS, 

^0. 6, North Water Street, 

0- G. PARSLEY, Sr,, JOHN" JUDGE, 

0. G. PARSLEY, Jr., HENRY SAVAGR. 



WILMIXOTON DIRECTORY. 



Bellamy, W N, bJs Dr J D Bellamy. 

Bettencourt, Win H, r cor 2ci and Chesnut. 

Beasley, W W, printer Dispatch Office, bds 5th, bt Princess and 

Chesnut. 
Bectol, R, machinist, W & W R R. 
Bell, Wm, machinist, W & W R R. 

Beach, A, blacksmith, S Burtt, r Chesnut, bt Gth and 7th. 
Beckerdite, S. P, watchmaker, 10 n Front. 
Bernard, Wm II, of Barry & Bernard, bds City Hotel. 
Bernard, P T, sup't Dispatch Office, bds City Hotel. 
Beck, Thos, W & M'R R, r cor 6th and Red Cross. 
Berry, Wm A, physician. Front, bt Market and Princr}.s.s, r 5(h bt 

Market and Dock. : j 

Bear, Sol & Bro, dry goods and clothing, 18 Market. 
Bear, Sol, of S B &'Bro. r Front, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Bear, Sam'l, of S Bear & Bro, r Sol Bear. 
Bear, Henry, elk S Bear & Bro, bds Sol Bear. 
Bear, Marcus, elk S Bear & Bro, bds Sol Bear. 
Bear, S & Co, dry goods and clothing, 41 and 42 n Water. 
Bear, Simon, of S B & Co, r Front, bt Walnut «nd Mulberry. 
Bear, M, agent P Newman, r 4th, bt Orange and Ann. 
Beery, B W & W L. ship builders. 
Beery, B W, of B W & W L B, r cor 2d and Nun. 
Beery, W L, of B W & W L B, r Front, bt Ann anl Nun. 
Beery, Stephen W. elk W & W R R, r Red Cross, bt 2d and 3d. 
Bender, D S, r Castle, bt 6th and 7th. 

Bieaise, P, pressman Herald office, bds 8, bt Chesnut & Mulberry, 
Biddle, Wm H, deputy sheriff and jailor,' r county jail. 
Bivens, W J & Co, proprietors Rock Spring Saloon, 34 n Water. 
Bivens, W J, of W J B & Co, r cor 9th and Princess. 
Bishop, JohUj butcher. Market House, r cor 6th and Ann. 
Black, A D, elk Harriss & Howell, bds Mrs C C Whitney. 
Bbnks, Wm B, elk Murray & Murchison, bds Mrs C K Price. 
Blauey, Sirs E, school teacher, r Dock, bt 2d and od. 
Bianey, R W B, money clerk Express Office, r cor 2d and Ann. 
Bloom, Peter, of Lutzen & B, r N Water^ bt Walnut and Red Cross. 
Blumenthal, Mrs H, dry goods, 8 n Front, r 2d bt Ann and Nun. 
Blumenthal, S &, Co, dry goods, &c, cor Front and Market. 
Blumenthal, S, of S B & Co, r 4th, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Blum, Peter, shoemaker J J Gay, r 6th, bt Nun and Church. 
Blackman, Capt H B, U S A Q M, cor Princess and Water, r 

cor 3d and Nun. 



24 WILMINGTON DIUECTORT. 



ORISri^MEjSrTA.L, 



DONE IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE, 

AND AT THE LOWEST KATES, 

BY 

MADISON & THOMSON, 

Princess Street, TDetween Front and Water, 

JACOB LYON, 

Xos. 1 aiul 2, torner of Market and Water Streets. 

wm m im m iiiij 

.A.3Nr3D 

MANUFACTURER OF CLOTHING. 



A L.VEGE STOCK OF 

im. mil MIS, CAPS, mi mn mium 

GOODS i ALSO, CTJTLEKY. 



WILMIXGTON DIRBCXOKV. 



25 



Elossoiu, Jos 11 k Co, com uiercbauts, Dock, bt Front and Water. 

Blossom, Sam*l, store, cor 5th and Church, r cor 6th and Castle. 

Bloom, n H, store cor 5th and Chesnut. r same. 

Bond, Henry, elk Honry McLin, bds same. 

Bowden, Wm X. r cor 3d and Chcsnut. 

Bowden, Juo C, inspector naval stores, r cor 2d and Chesnut. 

Bowden, W B, bds Jno C Bowden. 

Bowden k Alderman, inspectors timber and lumber, 34 N Water, 
up stairs. 

Bowden, Jas 0, inspei-tor naval stores, r Red Cross, bt 3d and 4th. 

Bowden, L H, of B .t Alderman, r Princess, bt 4th and 5th. 

Bowden, Jos N, baggage master W & M K R, r cor Princess and 4th. 

Bohling, Martin, clerk H 31 Bremer, bds same. 

Borden. J C. conductor W .V W R R. bds R R Hotel. 

Borden, Wm H. elk A Davids A' Co, bds W B Edmond.son. 

Boney, C, machinist W & W R R, bds P Dahmer. 

Bradley & Woehler. commission merchants and agents commer- 
cial line steamships. North Water. 

Bradley, David C, of B k Woehler. 

Bradley, Dr A 0, physician. Front, bt Dock and Oraoge, r same. 

Bradley, James A. r cor 7th and Chesnut. 

Braddy, Wm.. bds Mrs A Barnhill. 

Bryan, Henry, engineer W & M R R, bds R R Hotel. 

Brown & Anderson, watches and jewelry, 37 Market. 

Brown, T W, of B k Anderson, r Orange, bt Front and 2d. 

Brown, Jno B, salesman S M Simpson, bds Miles Costin. 

Brown. E A, express messenger, bds 

Brown, Asa. express mes.senger, bds ■ — 

Brown, R W, printer Dispatch office, bds 3Iarket,bt 7th and 8th. 

Brown, Jno Kent, of James & B, r 

Brown, A D, salesman Kahnweiler k Bio; bds Ann, bt2d and 3d. 

Browning, E D, conductor W & W R R, bds Jas Lumsden. 

Brown, K, cooper, r Market, bt 7th and 8tli. 

Brickhouso, N E, r cor Front and Church.. 

Bremer, J, grocer, 50 and 52 Market, r same. 

Bremer, H, clerk J Bremer, bds same. 

Bremer, J 31, of Stolter k Bremer, r N E cor Market and 2d. 

Bremer, N, grocer, cor Front and Church, r same. 

Bremer, H M, groceries and li(]Uors, cor Front and Dock, r same. 

Bryant, J, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, bds Chesnut, bt Front and 2d. 

Buie, James E, r Nun, bt 2d and 3d. 

Buie, D A, physician, r 2d, bt Ann and Nun. 



26 



WILMINGTON DIKECTORY. 



-De A. SMEIT/Ii^ 



WHOLESALE AID RETAIL GROCER, 



AND DEALER IN 



Furniture, Lookiiig-Glasses, 
CHIl, GLASS I Umm WARE, 



WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 



c, cSs O., «ft5 o. 



Nos. 26 and 23 South Front St„ 



WILMINGTON, N. C 



VriLMrNGTON DrRECTORY. 27 



Buie, Miss Mary Ann, soldiers' friend, r . 

Burr, Jas Gr, cashier Bank Cape Fear, r Bank building. 

Burr, C E & Co, ornamental and sign painters. Front, bt Dock 

and Orange. 
Burr, C E. of C E B & Co, r cor 8th and Market. 
Burr, A B, of C E Burr & Co, r 5th, bt Market and Princess. 
Burr, H, salesman S M Simpson, r Dock, bt Front and 2d. 
Burr, H C, salesman, S M >impson, bds H Burr. 
Burtt, S, blacksmith, Mulberry, bt Front and 'V^'ater. r 4l]i, bt 

Market and Dock. 
Burtt, S, Jr, elk M M Katz, bds S Burtt. 
Burriss, Tho^ E, pilot, r Church, bt 4th and 5th. 
Burkhimer, Henry, tobacco, cigars, &c, 6thi Market, r S E cor 

4th and Ann. 
Burkhimer, W, r Cottage Lane, bt 3d and 4th. 
Burkhead, Rev L S, pastor Front st ME Church, r cor 2d and 

Walnut 
Burnet, TLos B, hunter, r cor 5th and Queen. 
Bunting, S R, r 5th, bt Market and Dock. 

Bunting & Yopp, provision inspectors, 24 North Water, (up stairs.) 
Bunting, D E, of B & Yopp, r 3d, bt Red Cross and Campbell. 
Bulcken. J G, cleik Adrian & Vollers, r Orange, bt 4th and 5th. 

Burch, W F. r al, bt 2d and 3d. 

Bjrd, Martha, r al, bt 8th and 9th. 

C. 

Calder, R E, book-keeper Shackelford, Haas & Co, r cor Market 

and 6th. 
Calder, W, elk W & M R R, r cor Market and 6th. 
Caldwell, W J, printer Herald off, bds Market, bt 3d and 4th. 
Cantwell, Jno L, freight agent W & M R R, bds Mrs C K Price. 
Capps, A, mechanic. Hart & Bailey's, r cor 6th and Castle. 
Carpenter, A, salesman, J S Topham & Co, bds 5th, bt Dock and 

Orange. 
Carr, N, elk R F Evden, r 5th, bt Hanover and Brunswick. 
Carr, Thos B, dentist, 4^ Market, r same. 
Casey, JN, carpenter, r Walnut, bt 3d and 4tli. 
Cassidey, J, ship-builder, S Water, r Church, bt Front and Water. 
Cazaus, A D, commercial reporter Dispatch office, bds City Hotel. 
Chadbourn, Jas H & Co, commission merchants and steam saw 

mill, off Dock, bt Front and Water. 



28 



WILMIXOrON milKCTOUY- 



.1. I>. KV'I'TRVBERG. 



COHW $c RYTTEIl^BERG, 

WHOLESALE AXD RETAil, HEAl.ERS i\ ' 

# mm AND FANC! DR! 60Q0S, j| 

OIF J^TjXj IKZIa^HDS, 

MILLIllRY, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, 
SATINETS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, 

Wv Boots, Shoes, "gV 

Geiitlemeifs Fiiniishiiig (loods, 

33 Market Street, 

\ VViLHf!38T0N, U. C, 

Smith's Corner, Fayette ville St., 

HALEICrH, .¥. G. 

Dealers will tiad ic the cheapest and best assorted and selected 
stock in the market. 
FRESH GOODS received by every steamor. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 29 



Cliadbourn, Jas IT, of J H C & Co. r Orange, bt od and 4th. 

Chadbourn, Geo, of J H C & Oo, r Orange, bt 3d and 4tli. 

Charles, J Gr, printer Journal off, bds J F Legwin. 

Chesnut, G L, book-keeper, Cox, Kendall it Co. 

Cherry, F, tailor. 

City Hall, cor Princess and 3d. 

City Hotel, Frederick & Shemwell, proprietors, cor 2d and Market. 

Clark, .1 M, clerk Worth & Daniel, bds cor Front and Dock. 

Clark, Wm M, c-irpenter. r Chesnut, bt 4th and 5th. 

Cohn & Ryttenberg, dry goods and clothing, 43 Market. 

Corbin, L' deatistr Front, bt Market and Dock, r R Morris. 

Corbet, W J, clerk A R Storer, r Hanover, bt 2d and 3d. 

Corbett, Jas T, elk Herald office, bds 3d, bt Walnut and Red Gross. 

Cornehlsen, J H N, bds Jas Lumsden. 

Collins, James W, accountant A Oldham^ r cor 5th and Orange, 

Collison, W C, bds cor 3d and Red Cross. 

Colvillc, T L. foreman Hart & Bailey's, bds Mrs W G Milligan. 

Coney, John R, r od, bt Orange and Ann. 

Conner, David, carpenter, W & W R R, bds S G Northrop. 

Conoley, John J, special magistrate, r Market, bt 4th and 5th. 

Cook, Thos M & Co, proprietors Wilminfjton Herald, 36 Market. 

Cook, Thos M, of T M C & Co, r cor Dock and 2d. 

Cook, J C, store cor od and Nun, r same. 

Cooper, John, mechanic Hart k Bailey's, r 2d, bt Market and Dock. 

Copes, Mrs B F, r cor 6th and Chesnut, 

Copes, Geo S, cabinet maker, 2d bt Market and Princess, bds S W 

Roberts. 
Copes, B F, elk James Lumsden, bds same. 
Costin, A J, elk, bds Miles Costin. 
Costin, Mrs John, r Dock, bt 6th and 7th. 
Costin, W T, elk Wm Porter, bds Wm H Costin. 
Costin, Y/m H, brick mason, r cor 6th and Nun. 
Costin, Miles, cor 5th and Dock. 
County Jail, Princess, bt 3d and 4th. 
Court House, Princess, bt 2d and 3d. 
Cowan, Mrs Sarah, r cor 4th and Chesnut. 
Cowan, R H, President W, C & R R R. 
Cowan, Piatt D, elk Dispatch Office, bds Mrs S Cowan. 
Cowan, John, conductor W, C & R R R, bds Mrs S Cowan. 
Cowan, Mrs John, r cor Front and Mulberry. 
Cos, Kendall & Co, commission merchants and wholesale grocers, 

23 N Water. 



30 WILMINGTON DIKKCTOUr. 



ELIJAH WILLIS, 
DRUGGIST AiyD GHEIVilST, 

Drugs, Select Medicines, Engiisb. and German 
Chemicals, Fancy Articles. Perfumery, Seed, and 
Patent Medicines of all kinds. 

Market Street, Wilmington, N". O. 
N. B. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded. 
Pers'ons wishing medicines at night, will call ou Mr. Shaffer, 
one door West of the Journal office 



ALFRED IVIARTI 

Fl 



AND MANUFACTUuER OF 

ROem OIL, KAPTHA, PITCH 

SPIRITS TUHPBNTIFE AND ROSINj 

Office No. 5 South Water Su, 

mmmMMM 

Commission Mercliant, 

No. 6 South Water Street, 

WILMIMGTOF, N. G. 



■W'K.MINGTON DIRKCTOF.Y. 31 



Cox, J J, of C, Kendall & Co, r . 

Cox, John, printer Herald office, bds G Prigge. 

Cronly & Slorris, auctioneers and general agents, 6 S Water, up 

stairs. 
Cronly, Michael, of C k Morris, bds John A Taylor. 
Craig, J G-, guuf-niith A H Neff, r 8th, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Craft, Mrs T 0, r Princess, bt 8th and 9th. 
Craft, T C, Jr. elk D A Smith, bds mrs T C Craft. 
Craig, John B, tailor, r Princess, bt 4th and 5th. 
Craffy, M, gardener, E Kidder, r 4th, bt Dock and Orange. 
Custom House, N Water, bt Market and Princess. 
Cumming, James D, book-keeper J H Chadbourn & Co, r Orange, 

bt 4th and 5th. 
Cumming, Wm A. 

Currie, S A & Co, liv^ery stables, cor 2d and Princes". 
Gurrie, S A, of S A C & Co, r at stables. 
Currie, John K, r Market street continuation. 
Cutlar, F J, physician, off over Bank of Wilmington, r cor 2d and 

Walnut. 
Cutlar, DuBrutz. attorney at law, r 2d, bt Walnut and Red Cross. 
Cutts, A H, conductor W & W R R, bds City Hotel. 

D. 

Daggett, W T, salesman H C Elliott. 

Dahmer> J, store cor Water and Red Cross, r same. 

Dahmer, P, store Water, bt Red Cross and Walnut, r same. 

Daniel, N G, of Worth cc D, r cor 2d and Ann. 

Daniels, Thos, proprietor Mechanic's Hotel, r same. 

Darby, James, sup't Gas Light Co, r cor Church and Surry. 

David, Aaron & Co, clothing, 53 Market. 

Davis, J T, clerk Cohn & Ryttenberg, bds Mrs C C Whitney. 

Davis, James, clerk Harriss & HoweH, bds Mrs C C Whitney. 

Davis, John, tragedian and leading man Wilmington Theatre, bds 

City Hotel. ^ 
Dawson, John, dry goods and hardware, 19 and 21 Market. 
Dawson, John, mayor of city, r 2d, bt Market and Dock. 
Dawson, James, broker, 28 Market, r cor Front and Chesnut. 

Dawson, Geo, machinist W & W R R, bds . 

Daymon & Johnson, cabinet makeia and undertakers, cor 2d and 

Market, up stairs. 
Daymon, Jno C, of D & Johnson, r Castle, bt 5th and 6th. 



32 WILMINGTON DIRECrOllT. 

D. G. WORTH. N. G. DANIEL. 

WORTH & DANIEL, 

COMMISSION and FOIIROI ^[fiCHflNIS,, 

BROWN'S WHARVES, 

South Water Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Will give strict pfersonal attention to sale or shipment of 

Cottoiij Naval Stores and General PrcducBj 

Also, to receiving and forwarding Goods : Agents for Cape 
Fear Line of River Steamers to Fayetteville, and Sail Lines to 
New Tork and Philadelphia. 

Dealers in Cotton, Bagging, Hope, Lime, Plaster, Guano, 
Ford's Pcrtilizer, Salt, .'Coal, kc. 

ISHAM PETERSON, 

WITH 

C. M. HALL, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, FUR, ^VOOL AND 

FELT IIA.TS, 

No^ 29 MARKiET BTBM'BT, 

(hedric'k a- eyan's old stand,) 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Countrj Merchants tfould do well to examine our stock before 
purchasing elsewhere. 

Oj:der« promptlj attended t». 



WILMINGTON DIRKCTORY, 



Davis, Wm E, r Chesnut, bt 8th and 9th. 

Day ct Wright, drug store, 71 Market. 

Day, W E, of D & Wright, r IMarket bt 2d and 3d. 

Dean, Jas, book-keeper Kidder & Martin, r Ann, bt 2d and 3d. 

Delaney, D, tailor, r Market, bt 8th and 9th. 

DeBebian, Mrs — , boarding house, r 2d, bt Princess and Chesnut. 

DeRosset, A J, commission merchant, r cor 2d and Dock. 

Dellosset, A L, clerk internal revenue dep't, bds A J DeRosset. 

DeNeale, Mrs W H, r 47 Market, up stairs. 

DeNeale, Wm H, Jr, bds Mrs DeNeale. 

Deumeland, A, grocer, cor Dock and Water, r same. 

Dickinson, P K, r cor Front and Chesnut. 

Dicksey, J W, clerk W N Peden, bds N E Brickhouse. 

Dicksey, J J, r 4th, bt Nun and Church. 

Dienstbach, W, r Front, bt Market and Dock. 

Divine, John F. master machinist W & W R R, r 4th, n of R R. 

Donally, T, sup't Oakdale Cemetery, r cor Princess and 9th. 

Dodd, Wm, clerk S VanAmringe, bds 2d, bt Ann and Nun. 

Doughtery, P, clerk James McCormick, bds same. 

Drane, Henry M, sup't W k M R R, r cor 5th and Chesnut. 

DriscoU and Kerrigan, proprietors Wilmington House, Toomer's 

al, bt Front and 2d. 
Driscoll, D, of D & Kerrigan, r Wilmington House. 
Dudley ife Bro, general insurance agents, 5 s Water, up stairs. 
Dudley, Edward B, of D & Bro, r Market, bt 7th and 8tb. 
Dudley, Robert C, of D & Bro, r Market, bt 7th and 8th. 
Dudley, Guilford L, freight agent W & W R R, bds A Martin. 
Dunlap, W, works M Barry, bds same. 
Duse, Chas, store cor Water and Red Cross, r same. 
Dunden, Thos, clerk Geo Z French & Co. 

Dugid, W H, carpenter W & W R R, r 8th, bt Mulberry & Walnut. 
Dyer, Jno, cutter Baldwin, Munson & Co, r cor Market and 10th. 
Dymott, R E, gas fitter Hart & Bailey's, bds Jas H Mitchell. 
Dyer, S, elk G W Williams, bds same. 

E. 

Earpe, C, r Chesnut, bt 4th and 5tli. 

Eckel, H, grocer, cor Front and Dock, r same. 

Edmondson, W B, com merch, cor Front and Red Cross, r same. 

Egan, P & Co, groceries and liquors, 46 N Water. 

Egan, P, of P Egan & Co, bds Princegs, bt Front and Water. 



34 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

L. FLANAGAN, 
FANCY AND VARIETY STORE, 

No 23 So. FRONT STREET 

(mrs. boyd's old stand,) 
DEALER IN 

MIUIRY. TDYS. IBIIITS. IfETIDffllES 
A.is^D f^:n^cy goods 

OF ALL KINDS. 

Keeps con^antly on hand a handsome and well assorted stock 
of everything usually found in a fancy store . The lady so well 
known to the public as Mrs. Boyd, is in charge of the Millinery 
department, where she will be pleased to attend to the wants of all 
her old friends and customers. 

HORACE M. BARRY, 

NORTH WATEK STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 

AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Groceries, ProTisioiis 

AND 

GENERAL PRODUCE. 

Cash advances made on consignments to Artuuk Leary, N. Y. 

_r.^.^ Agent for Steamships 

STARLIGHT and COMMANDER. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 35 



Egan, E J, of P E & Co, bds cor 5tli and Princess. 

Eilers, H B, commission merchant and grocer, cor 3Iarket and S 
Water, r cor 5th and Orange. 

Eilers, W T, elk Hart & Bailey, bds H B Eilers. 

Eilers, E H, elk Worth & Daniel, bds H B Eilers. 

Ellis & Mitchell, grain dealers, 9 N Water. 

Ellis, C D, of E & Mitchell, bds Mrs Henry P Russell. 

Ellis, C S, of Russell & E, bds Mrs Henry P Russell. 

Ellis, A, r 2d, bt Orange and Ann. 

Ellis, James H, carpenter W & W R R, r cor 3d and Walnut. 

Elliot, H C, hardware and general merckandize, 7 Market. 

Elwell, Mrs Wm, r cor 3d and Walnut. 

Elwell, Eli, book-binder P Heinsberger, bds Mrs Wm Elwell. 

Empie, Adam, attorney at law, off Journal buildings, r Front, bt 
Ann and Nun. 

Episcopal Church, St. James', cor Market and 3d, Rev A A Wat- 
son, pastor. 

Episcopal Church, St. John's, cor 3d and Red Cross, Rev R H 
Terry, pastor. 

Episcopal Churchj' St. Paul's, cor 4th and Orange, Rev Geo Patter- 
sou, officiating. 

Ertkenker, I F, physician, cor Market and 2d, r 4th, bt Ann &Nun, 

Evans, J J, conductor W & M R R, r . 

Evans, Thos, book-keeper J R Blossom & Co. 

Evans, Henry C, elk G R French & Son. bds G R French. 

Everett, Mrs A M, r 7th, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Everett, Jno A, elk Smith & Strauss, bds Mrs A M Everett. 

Eyden, F, store cor 5th and Walnut, r same. 



Fanning, P W, sign painter, Front, bt Orange and Ann, r same. 
Faulkner, J R & Co, proprietors Railroad Hotel, cor Front and 

Red Cross. 
Faulkner, J R, of J R F& Co, r Railroad Hotel. 
Farmers' House, Water, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Fees, George G, watchmaker F W Knohl, bds same. 
Fergus, Daniel, r 2d, bt Ann and Nun. 

Ferrand, Miss Sallie, transient boarding house, r 3d, bt Ann & Nun. 
Fitzgerald, John, butcher, r Princess, bt Water and Front. 
Fitzgerald M, clerk, . Re ! Gross, bt Front and 2 { . 



36 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

WHOLESALE DEALER AND JOBBER ]l\ 
READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

FELT AND WOOL HATS, 

Boots and Shoes, Notions, (fcc, 

33 and 35 Market Street, 

—JlSD— 

2 and 4 Front Street, N. E. Corner. 

CONFINING OURSELVES STRICTLY TO THE 

And having the various departments -well stocked, Merchants will 
find it to their interest to call. 

GOODS sold at Nevr York market rates, with 
expenses added. 



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Finger. John F, clerk Kidder ct Martin's mill, r same. 

Filljaw, Mrs L, r 4th, bt Ha-net and Bladen. 

Flanner, AVm B, commission and forwarding merchant, and agent 
Murray's line sailing packets, r Front, bt Walnut and Red 
Cross 

Flanner, Henry Gr, clerk W B Flanner, bds same. 

Flanner, C, local reporter for Journal office, bds W B Flanner. 

Flanner, B, clerk Murray & Murchison, bds W B Flanner. 

Flanagan, L, variety store, 21 and 23 S Front, r same. 

Flanagan, Dennis, r Princess, bt Water and Front. 

Fleet, James, r cor 5th and Nun. 

Flowers, John, r Walnut, bt 7th and 8th. 

Foley, Terrence V, of T M Cook & Co, r 36 Market. 

Fox, Geo A, enginneer, r 6th, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Forrest, John J, seaman, r cor 4th and Church. 

Fowler, W Gr, r cor Front and Ann. 

Fowler. N R, r Front, bt Church and Nun. 

Fowler, W G- Jr, bds N R Fowler. 

Fowler, N R, Jr, machinist, bds N R Fowler. 

Foyles, Mrs D M, r cor 7th and Dock. 

Freeman, William E, physician. Front, bt Chesnut and Mulberry, r 
same. 

Fremont, Col S L, sup't W & W R R, r cor Front and Walnut. 

French, Geo Z & Co, groceries and liquors, 10 S Front. 

French, Geo Z, of G Z F & Co, bds 

French, C H, salesman Geo Z French & Co. 

French, Wm R, clerk W, C & R R R, bds C E Burr. 

French, R S, of Person & French. 

French, Geo R & Son, boots and shoes, 11 Market. 

French, Geo R, of Geo R French & Son, r cor 4th' and Dock. 

French, Wm A, o#G R French & Son, r 4th, bt Dock & Orange. 

French, Geo R, Jr, clerk G R French .t Son, bds G R French, 

French, J McD, clerk G R French & Son, bds G R French. 

French, Chas B, bds G R French. 

Frederick & Shemwell, proprietors City Hotel . 

Fulton &: Price, proprietors AYilmington Journal, Journal Build- 
ings, Princess, bt Front and 2d. 

Fulton, Jas, of Fulton & Price, Editor Journal, r 4th, bt Princess 
and Chesnut. 

Fulton, Mrs C A, r 4th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 

Furlong, Walter, proprietor Wilmington ice house. Dock, bt Front 
and Water, r £d, bt Market and Princess. 



38 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



HUSSELL & BAPPLEE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
ALES, WINES, LIQUOES, 

Cigars and Tobacco, 
GROCEEIES, 

DRT GOODS AND FAl! GOOD.^, 

Buyers of Produce generally. 

i 

COMER OF WATER 11 MilLBERM STS., 
WSILlimCT ®M, Wo «o 

C. HUSSELL, G. P. BAPPLER 



•WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Gr. 

Gradsby, James H, elk S Kelley, bds J Meier. 

Gadsby, J E, city baggage express. 

Ganzer, C H, clerk H M Barry. 

Gardner, Junius D, Sr,. r Mulberry bt 4th and 5th. 

Gardner, T ]M, Custom House, r Market bt 6th and 7th. 

Gardner, J D, Jr, elk M Mclnnis, bds J W Collins. 

Gardner, Geo G, engineer W, C & R R R. 

Garrity, Jas H, moulder W & W R R, r N of R R. 

Gates, Geo W, machinist W & W R R. 

Gay, J J, shoemaker, cor 3d and Orange, r cor 3d and Walnut. 

Gerkin, H, store cor 6th and Mulberry, r same. 

Gerkin, N, grocer, Princess bt Front and Water, 

Gerguson, P, blacksmith Hart & Bailey, r Dock bt 7th and 8th. 

Gillespie, Geo S, com merchant, S Water, bds F C Singletary. 

Gilbert, Henry D, elk Custom House, r 5th bt Dock and Orange. 

Gilligan, Charles, r al, bt 8th and 9th. 

Goteberg, N, variety store 46 Market, r cor Princess and 2d. . 

Gorman, J W, elk H Webb, bds same. 

Goodman, S, elk S Bear & Bro. 

Grady. B F, exchange broker, cor Water and Princess, bds City 

Hotel. 
Grant, F, elk City Hotel, bds same. 
Grant, Rev Reuben, r 5th bt Ann and Nun. 
Grant, James, r cor Market and 7th. 
Grainger, IB, book-keeper James Dawson, bds same. 
Greene, Z H, commission merchant and grocer, 4 N Water. 
Green, James G, W & M R R, r cor Nun and 2d. 
Green, Samuel, bds Mrs J J Lippitt. 
Greenburg, R, salesman J Newman, bds same. 
Greer, David J, r 2d bt Orange and Ann. 
Greer, John, bds D J Greer. 
Greer, T C, telegraph operator, bds D J Greer. 
Griffith, John, assistant chief police, r cor 6th and Castle. 
Groetjen, Wm, grocer, cor Front and Church, r same. 
Groves, Mrs S A, r cor 7th and Mulberry. 

H. 

Haas, Sol, of Shackelford, Haas & Co, r . 

Hall, E D, r Front bt Market and Princess. 
Hall, Dr Wm H, r cor Market and 3d. 



40 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY, 



S. D. WALLACE, J. B. SOUTHERLAXD. 

Wallace & Soiitlieiiaiid, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

OFFICE M. 24, METH WATER STEEET, 

iMvinirffMiisiniT i! mm mt 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 
Will give prompt personal attention to all con- 
signments of 

ISTaval Stores, Cotton, 

SPIRITS TURPENTINE, ROSIN, 

TAR, PROVISIOMS, &c. &c., 

either for sale or shipment. Also, to forwarding 

merchandize, &c. 

Agents Greensboro' Mutual Insurance Company, 



WILMfXaTOX DIRECTORY. 4Jli 



Hall, A E, com mer, 22 N Water, r 5th bt Doclr and Orange. 

Hall, C M, dry goods, 29 Market, bds I Peterson. 

Hall, Watson, r Church bt Front and 2d. 

Hallett, B A, distillery opposite city, bds City Hotel. 

Hanchey, R, store cor Market and 7th. 

Hanchey, Henry, tailor Baldwin, Munson & Co, r Front bt Ches- 
nut and Mulberry. 

Hancock, E T, salesman N Jacobi & Co, bds City Hotel. 

Hannon, — , policeman, r Chesnut bt 5lh and 6th. 

Hansley^ E, r cor 7th and Walnut. 

Hartz, H, dry goods and clothing, 17 Market, rsame. 

Harrison, B P, elk Baldwin, Munson & Co, bds H H Munson. 

Harriss & Howell, com and forwarding merchants, N Water. 

Harriss, George, of H & Howell, r 2d bt Dock and Orange. 

Harriss, W W, of H & Howell, r 2d bt Princess and Chesnutt. 

Harriss, W M, elk Worth & Daniel, r Market bt 9th and 10th. 

Harris, K L, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, bds G M Altaffer. 

Hardwick, J M, of Larkins & H, r Princess bt 8th and 9th. 

Hartsfield, A A, r cor 7th and Market. 

Hartsfield, W B, coppersmith W & W R R, rcor 3d & Campbell. 

Hart, L A, of H & Bailey, r 3d bt Dock and Orange. 

Harrell, W H, elk F M Ajrostini, bds same. 

Harrell. E J, of King & 11, r Mulberry bt 8th and 9th. 

Hardy, Wm H, elk D A Smith, r cor 3d and Craig's al. 

Hashagen, H, store cor 4th and Walnut, r same. 

Hauft, C, shoemaker. 

Hawkins, John, carpenter Daymen & -Johnson, r 5th bt Castle and 
Queen. 

Hawkins, J J, boot and shoemaker, r 5th bt Dock and Orange. 

Hawes, C W, bds cor 4th and Princess. 

Hays, Wm M, printer Journal office, r Walnut bt 2d and 3d. 

Haynie, Wm, conductor W & M R R, bds City Hotel. 

Hebert, V A, book keeper Cohn & Rytenberg. 

Hedrick & Ryan, wholesale and retail dry goods, 5 and 7 N Front, 
next door South of Cape Fear Bank. 

Hedrick, John J, of H & Ryan, r Princess, bt Front and 2d. 

Heins, J F, groceries and liquors, 44 N Water, r same. 

Heinsberger, P, bookbinder and blank book manufacturer, .Jour- 
nal buildings, r F W Knohl. 

Heinsberger, Edward, elk J Newman, bds same. 

Henman, B P, elk Hopkins & Johnstone, bds Mrs Lewis. 

Henning, Robt, wood yard, Cassidey's wharf, bds Jas Gassidey. 



42 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

WILLIAM PATTEN, 

BAKEEY, 

4Az Market Street, 

Keeps constantly on hand a large supply of the best 

Fresh Breakfast Rolls, Tea Rolls, Bread, Cakes, Pies, 
FRESH SODA, BUTTER AND ARROW ROOT CRACKERS, 

All orders for CAKES, kc, for weddings and parties, will be 
executed in the most approved manner and at the shortest notice. 

CITY HOTEL, 

1.1. 



\S^r£i2a^Siai2KfrC^^^^CS>S^a Si^^To <SJc 



FREDERICK & SHEMWELL 



I=I^OI=I^I:HTOI^s. 



N. FEEDERICK, P. SHEMWELL. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Herring, J C, elk Hopkins & Johnstone, bds Mrs Lewis. 

Herring, M, works Globe Saloon, bds same. 

Hewlet, John H, machinist, bds Mrs Lewis. 

Hewlet & Kennedy, grocers, cor Front and Castle. 

Hewlet, E D, of H & Kennedy, r Castle bt 6th and 7th. 

Hewett, John H, boot and shoemaker, cor Market and 2d, up 

stairs, r cor 5th and Church, 
Heyer & Ulrieh, grocers, N Water. 
Heyer, F W, of H & Ulrieh. 
Highsmith, Wm, blacksmith, 10th bt Princess and Market, r cor 

Princess and 12th. 
Hill, James H, book-keeper Shackelford, Haas & Co, r Front bt 

Market and Princess. 
Hill, Gaston, elk P Newman, r cor Church and 7th. 
Hines, John, policeman, r cor Market and 7th. 
Hines, John, grocer, cor 8th and Walnut. 

Hodges, John A, printer Herald office, bds cor 9th and Princess. 
Holden, S W, elk James Wilson, r Princess bt 8th and 9th. 
Holmes, John L, attorney at law, office at Court House, r cor 4th 

and Chesnut. 
Hopkins & Johnstone, groceries and crockery, 2 Granite Row, 

Front bt Market and Dock. 
Hopkins, J M, of H & Johnstone, bds Princess bt Front and 2d. 
Horen, M, grocer, 47 N Water, r same. 

Horning, Geo T, engineer steamer Gen'l Howard, bds W Aldrich. 
Hoskins, Mrs M, r Orange bt 2d and 3d. 
Howell, A J, of Harris & H, r cor 2d and Dock. 
Howey, T H, city tax collector, r cor 4th and Ann. 
Howland, S, elk W T Huggins, r cor 7th and Mulberry. 
Howland, J L, printer Herald office, bds Market bt 3d and 4th. 
Huff & Wright, carpenters, cor Front and Ann. 
Huff, J H, of H & Wright, r Ann bt Front and 2d. 
Huggins, W T, groceries, &c, 54 and 56 Market, r 4th bt Dock 

and Orange. 
Huggins, Geo W, jeweller Brown & Anderson's, bds cor 7th and 

Mulberry. 
Hughes, J C, policeman, r Market bt 7th and 8th. 
Husscll & Bappler, groceries and liquors, cor Water and Mulberry. 
Huesell, C, of H & Bappler, r cor 5th and Mulberry. 
Hutaf, Henry, grocer, 39 N Water, r same 
Hutaf, John, elk H Hutaf, bds same. 
Hyslop, J, pressman Herald office, r 3d bt Bed Cross and Walnut. 



44 WILSIINGTON DIRECTORY. 

J. MEIER, 

OOCK STREET, BETWEEN FRONT iO ITER, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

f agtr geer, Jfrtiiclj §raiih. 

AND 

BOURBON WHISKEY. 

FLTJ1S4£, C3rIlVr, dteo- 

With the finest assortment of Wines in (he raarkef, 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 45 



I. 

Irvine. J W, groceries, &c, 2 N Water, r same. 

Ivey, John R, conductor W & W II R, bds City Hotel. 

Ivey, S P, r Market street continued. 



Jacobs, Wm L, harness maker, r cor 4th and Princess. 

Jacobs, B J, saddlery and harness, 69 Market, r Princess, bt 4th 

and 5th. 
Jacobi, N 6c Co, dry goods, 9 Market. 
James & Brown, civil engineers and surveyors, next west Journal 

Buildings. ~-'^ 

James, Wm H, of James & Brown. 

James, John S, inspector naval stores, r 32 Market, up stairs. 
James, J T, bds John S James. 
James, T C, bds John S James. 

James, John C, clerk Journal Office, bds John S James. 
James, F M, brick ma&on, r cor 8th and Old Boundary.^ 
Jenkins & Bro, cabinet makers and undertakers. Princess, bt 

Water and Front. 
Jenkins, C H, of Jenkins & Bro, bds H M Jenkins. 
Jenkins, H M, manager Theatre, r 4th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 
Jewett, G W, school, cor 2d and Chesnut. 
Johnston. T J. commission merchant S Water, r Market, bt 6th 

and 7th. 
Johnson, R M, of Dayman & Johnson, bds J C Dayman. 
Johnson, Thos H, butcher Market House, r cor 7th and Dock. 
Johnson, A J, butcher, r 7th, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Johnson, policemen, bds M Barry. 
Johnstone, E W, of Hopkins & Johnstone, bds Princess, bt Front 

and 2d. 
Jones, Richard J, sheriff, r Market, bt 8th and 9th. 
Jones, Miss Carrie, r 5th, bt Dock and Orange. 
Jones, Willie, bds Miss Carrie Jones. 

Jones, J L, printer Journal Office, bds cor 7th and Mulberry. 
Judge, John, of Gr Parsley & Co, r . 

K. 

Kahn, D clerk Marcus & Kehr, bds H MarcUS. 



46 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

M[i[La^aK](gTO5a \Bm^ 

A. R. STORER, Proprietor, 

NO. 10, MARKET STREET, 

WO[L[)^DK[]©T®[i^, KO. ©. 
BEST of WINES, LiaUOES and HAVANA CIGARS. 
NEW RIVER OYSTERS, (^/rj 

WHEN IN SEASON. 

DAYMON & JOHNSON, 

Corner Market and Second Streets, up stairs, 

iCABINET MAKERS^ 

XJ ix c3L o r t £t li e r s ■ 

BOUSE, SIGN H SHIP PM^TERS, 

JOHN C. DA\ ^dON. R. M. dOHNSOK. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 4(7 



Kahnweiler & Bro, millinery, dry goods, shoes, clothing, «&c, S W 

cor Front and Market. 
Kahnweiler, Daniel, of Kahnweiler & Bio, r S W cor Front and 

Market. 
Kahnweiler, Emanuel, clerk Kahnweiler & Bro, bds S W cor Front 

and Market. 
Katz, M M, dry goods and clothing, 23 Market. 
Keele, H, store 4th, bt Walnut and Red Cross, r same. 
Keeler, M, boot and shoo maker. Princess, bt Front and "Water, r 

same. 
Keen, Jos L, brickmason, r cor 5th and Princesst 
Kehr, A, of Marcus & Kehr, bds H Marcus. 
Keith, E A, commission merchant, 5 S Water, r Orange, bt 3d 

and 4th. 
Kelley, Stephen, saloon 18 N Water, r same. 
Kelley, Oliver, clerk Zeno H Greene. 

Kelley, Wm H, clerk Shackelford, Haas & Co, bds J Shackelford. 
Kelley, J, carpenter James F Post, bds P Gergusen. 

Kelley, Ann B, r al, bt 8th and 9th. 

Kendall, Wm P, Jr, of Cox, Kendall & Co, bds Jno C Bowden. 
Kendrick, James, printer Dispatch Office, bds 5th, bt Princess and 

Chesnut. 
Kendrick, F F, book-keeper Geo Z French & Co. 
Kennedy, John, mechanic Hart & Bailey, bds Queen, bt 4th and 

5th. 
Kennedy, R, printer Journal Office, bds C F Bell. 
Kennedy. D R, of Hewlett & K, r Front, bt Church and Castle. 
Kerrigan, J, of DriscoU & K, r Wilmington House. 
Keyser, Jacob, bootmaker, r 9th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 
Kidder & Martin, commission merchants, insurance agents, and 

proprietors of the Cowan steam saw and planing mills, office 

cor Dock and Water, (up stairs.) 
Kidder, E, of Kidder & Martin, r cor 3d and Dock. 
Kinder, Thos D, painter W & W R R, bds P Dabmer. 
King & Harrell, grocers, 48 Market. 
King, A J, of King & Harrell, r cor Princess and 9th. 
King, F M, book-keeper Andrews & Bardin, bds cor 4th & Queen. 
King, James, of Mallard & King, bds L H Bowden. 
King, F W, clerk N Goteberg, bds A J King. 
King,.Jere J, butcher, r 2d, bt Nun and Church. 
King, Jere, butcher, bds Jere J King. 
King, John B, butcher Market House, i Wooster, bt 8th nd Otli. 



48 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

H. M. JENKINS, C. H. JENKINS. 

JENKINS & BROTHER, 

PRINCESS, BETWEEN WATER and FRONT STS., 

^■^ CABINET MAKERS'^ 

UJN^DEETAKEES, 

Will execute all orders ic the most approved 
style, and at the lowest rates. 

r. EGAN, E. J. EGAN. 

p. EGAN & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

GEOCERIES, PEOVISIONS, 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. 

NO. ^6, NORTH WATER STREET, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Bought or received on consignment. 



V.ILMl.VOXON DIKECXOKY. 49^ 



King, J Francis, physician, (i9 Market, (up stairs.) 

Kirkland, Johu A, local reporter Wilmington Herald, bds Bailey's 

Hotel. 
Klander, L, manufacturer ginger pop, &c, cor Front and Church, 

r sarae. »■ 

Kling, Fred, pninter, bds J Gr Yoss, 
Knight, A P, policeman, r Church, bt 2d and 3d. 
Knohl, F "W. watchmaker and jeweller, 9 S Front, r 5th, bt 

Market and Princess. 
Kohnstanin, M B, book-keeper H M Barry, r cor 6th and Dock. 
Kolbe, C F, shoemaker M Keeler, bds same. 
Kordlander, J H G, of Runge & Kordlander, r Princess, bt 4th 

and 5th. 
I 

L. 

Lamon, W W, machinist W & W R R, r cor 6th and Walnut. 

Langdon, Richard F, clerk W & W R R, r Market, bt 4th & 5th. 

Langdon, Walter R, physician, Market, bt 4th and 5th, r same. 

Lane, T, engineer, bds Jno Welsh. 

Larkins & Hardwick, grocers, 59 Market. 

Larkins, William, of Larkins & Hardwick, r cor 6th and Dock. 

Larkins, P, drayman, r Princess, bt Front and Water. 

Laspeyre, M, engineer W, C & R R R, bds Asa J Murray. 

Latimer, Z, r cor 3d and Orange. 

Laurens, H, printer Journal Ofl&ce, bds Front. 

Lawson, A W, mechanic A H Neff's. 

Lawton, James, r cor Princess and 7th. 

Leggett, John E, conductor W & W R R, r cor 6th and Walnut.. 

Legwin, J F, r Market, bt 3d and 4th. 

Lemmerman, H, r Princess, bt 6th and 7th. 

Leonard, L, clerk, S Sternberger, bds same. 

Leslie, Mrs Jane, r cor Market and 8th. v .„ 

Leslie, Joseph J, shoemaker, bds Mrs Jane Leslie. 

Leslie, Alex, bds Mrs Jane Leslie. 

Lessman, A, bakery and confectionery, S 2d, bt Market & Dock, 

r same. 
Levy, J P, ship chandlery, &c, Dock, bt Front and Water, r 

Dock, bt 7th and 8th. . , i.,., 

Levi, S, clerk S Blumenthal & Co, bds S Blumenthal. .'OiOilj 
Lewis, Mrs, boarding house, 5th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 
Lewis, W M, tinner, bds 5th. bt Princess.and Chesnut. 



60 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



JAMES & BROWN, 

Office Princess Street, next to Journal Buildings, 

■WILMIJfGTOjS", N. G. 

W. H. JAME.S. JOHN KENT BEOWN. 



J. R. FAULKNEll. E. 31. SHOEMAKEK. 

RAILROAD HOTEL, 

Corner Front and Red Cross Streets, 

J, R. Faulkner & Do,, Proprietors. 

Choice Ale, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c., 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 51 



Lewis, R James, walking man Wilmington Theatre, bds Mrs 
Lewis. 

Lewis, T C, of Orrell & Lewis, bds Front, bt Chesnut and Mul- 
berry. 

Lippitt, Wm H, druggist and chemist, 55 Market, r 2d, bt Dock 
and Orange. 

Lippitt, James W, clerk Wm H Lippitt, bds Mrs J J Lippitt. 

Lippitt, A D, salesman Cohn & Ryttenberg, bds W H Lippitt. 

Lippitt, Mrs J J, r Front, bt Orange and Ann 

Lippitt, Thos B, clerk W & W R R, bds Mrs J J Lippitt. 

Lippitt, John E, merchant, r cor Front and Mulberry. 

Little, C B, of Wolf, Wrouski & Co, bds cor 7th and Dock. 

Little, W, printer Herald Office, bds Gr Prigge. 

Little, V, printer Herald Office, bds J F Leg win. 

Litien, Henry, clerk C Titien, bds same. 

Loeb, Jacob, of J Anderson & Co, r Front, bt Dock and Orange. 

London, M, attorney at law, r cor 3d and Chesnut. 

London, Alex T, local reporter Dispatch Office, bds M London. 

Lord, F J, Custom House, r Market, bt 2d and 3d. 

Lord, Wm C, clerk Custom House, bds F J Lord. 

Lord, John D, bds F J Lord. 

Lord, Richard, policeman, bds P Larkins. 

Lotzin, H L, watchman W & W R R, bds P Dahmer. 

Love, John D, r over railroad. 

Love, Edwin T, elk H McLin, r 2d bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Love, Wm J, physician. Front bt Chesnut and Mulberry, bds A 
A Hartsfield. 

Low, James H, r cor 5th and Market, 

Lucas, E T, tinner, r cor 5th and Castle. 

Lumsden, James C, saloon 21 N Front, r same, 

Lumsden, Geo A, policeman, bds H H Prater, 

Lumsden, H A, printer Herald office, bds Front bt Princess and 
Market, 

Lutzen & Bloom, grocers, N Water near Red Cross. 

Lutzen, R, of L & Bloom, r N Water near Bed Cross. 

Lynch, Thomas, grocer and commission merchant, 11 and 12 N' 
Water. 

Lynch, J J, book-keeper Thos Lynch, bds '. 

Lyon, Jacob, dry goods and clothing, 1 and 3 Market, r cor 4th 
and Market, 

Lyons, L B, conductor W & M R R, r 6th bt Princess and Ches- 
nut. 



52- 



wilminctTOn directory. 



■lijVl 



HARKY WEBB'S 

SALOON,-^ 

20 MARKET STREET, 

A CHOICE SELECTION OF 

Ale, Wines, Lienors of all kinds, Cigars, &c. &c. ij 

The best quality of Pure Cognac Brandy, for family and 
medicinal purposes, of our own iiuportation, always on hand. 
The table is furnished with every luxury the market can afford, 
OYSTERS and other delicacies in their season. 



BATE 4 WESCOTT, 

GROCERS 



AND DE.\IiEES,I?^,AIiL KINDS, 9|E, 



;J 



Coil:!! try Produce^ 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOBV. \ 5B 



M. 



Macomber, James, agent Adams and Southern Express Companies, 

r cor Market and 8th. 
Macomber, Mrs 11 S, r cor Princess and 8th. 
Maddin, James, elk A Oldham, r Market bt 6th and 7th. 
Madison & Thomson, house and sign painters, Princess bt Water 

and Front. 
Madison, L, of M & Thomson, r Front bt Market and Princess. 
Magrath, John, machinist, bds James H Ellis. 
Maguire, Mrs W A, r Dock bt 6th and 7th. 
Mahn, W D, elk A H VanBokkelen, r 5th bt Walnut and Red 

Cross. 
Mahoney, J R, printer Journal office, bds A J Yopp. 
Mallard & King, groceries and provisions, 69 Market. 
Mallard, J H, of M & King, bds L H Bowden. 
Malarkey, John, b Water bt Dock and Orange. 
Manning, Capt Edward W, steamer Gen Howard, (W, C & R R 

R passenger boat, ) r cor 3d and Mulberry. 
Marble, L W, engineer W & W R R, bds E Hansley. 
Marcus & Kehr, dry goods, 39 Market. 
Marcus, H, of M & Kehr, r 2d bt Dock and Orange. 
Martin, Alfred, commission and forwarding merchant, 5S Water, 

r Market bt 4th and 5th. 
Martin, Eugene S, clerk A Martin, bds same. 
Martin, Silas N, of Kidder & M, r 4th bt Ann & Church. 
Marsteller, Geo L, of N Jacobi & Co, bds Mrs DeBebian. 
Marshall, John H, pilot, r cor 2d and Red Cross. 
Masonic Hall, 57^ Market, (up stairs.) 
Mastin, C H, com merchant, 32 N Water, bds Mrs McCaleb. 

Mason, James, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, bds . 

Matthews, W, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, bds Princess bt Front 

and Water. 
May, Alex, r Princess bt 6th and 7th. 
McCallum, James I, r cor 4th and Orange. 

McCallum, J A, elk G Z French & Co, bds 6th bt Dock and Or- 
ange. 
McCaleb, Mrs M S, boarding house, Market bt 2d and 8d. 
McCormick, James, manufacturer and dealer in clothing and genfs 

furnishing goods, 27 Market, r cor 4th and Chesnut. 
McDade, W H, elk J Sherman, bds sime. 
McDade, W, elk Express office, bds H U Parker. 



54 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



A. E. HALL, 

ForAvarding & Commissioii 

MERCHANT, 

NO. 22, NORTH WATER STREET, 

■ f 

MC&.[i^OK[](BT(o)Kfl, {iS,m 

Personal attention given to consignments' of all 
kinds of produce, either for sale or shipment. 



W. J. BIVEHS & GO., 

PROPRIETORS OF THE 



iia-iijF- 



ROCK SFBIE SAIQH, 

^ - m Kl©ri'h Wa^©^ Bim&h 

A FINE SELECTION OF ' 

te, WHS, CIGARS 1 LIPRS, 

Of all kinds, constantly on ha^d. 

<^^ OYSTERS in season. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 55 



McDamott, John, works Wilmington Gras Works, r Surry bt Church 
and Castle. 

3IcDamel, C S, printer Dispatch office, r cor 7th and Mulberry. 

McDougald, Geo, machinist, r cor 9th and Chesnut. 

McDuffie, Geo, inspector timber and lumber, i* cor 4th & Red Cross. 

McGowan, James, bds H M Jenkins. 

McGreal, Paul, chief of city police, r City Hall. 

Mclnnis, M, commission merchant and grocer, 16 N Water, rcpr 
4th and Chesnut. ' ll 

McHhenny, Thos C, r 3d bt Mulberry and Walnut. ' 

Mcllhenny, John, bds A P Repiton. 

McKay, J S, mechanic W & W R R, bds L Lyons. 

McKoy, T H, merchant, bds W N Peden. 

McLaurin, Joseph, book-keeper Bank Cape Fear, r Market bt 8th 
and 9th. 

McLaurin, John, book-keeper Moffit, McNeill & Co, v 2d bt Orange 
and Ann. 

McLaurin, Hugh W, book-keeper Murray & Murchison, bds . 

McLawlin, J D, negro teacher, bds S S Ashley. 

McLeod, J C, school, 8 Front, (up stairs.) 

McLin, Henry, drug store cor Market and Front, r Front bt Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

McMillan, George D, printer Dispatch office, bds Market nr 3d. 

McPherson, S W, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, bds . 

McRae, Gen Alex, r Market bt 5th and 6th. * 

McRae, Col John, Pres't Bank Wilmington, and Pres't Wilming- 
ton Gas Light Company, r Mulberry bt 2d and 3d. 

McRae, Alex, Jr, chief clerk John Dawson, bds mrs C K Price. 

McRae, Donald, merchant, r Market bt 7th and 8th. 

McRae, Walter G, store-keeper W & W R R, bds mrs C K Price. 

McRae, Walter H, com merchant, 3 N Water, r cor 6th & Orange. 

McRae, Rod, civil engineer, bds . 

McRary, W H & Co, com merchants, cor Water and Princess. 

McRary, W H, of W H McR & Co, r . 

McRee, James F, Jr, physician, cor Front and Chesnut, r same. 

Meares, P, attorney at law, r . 

Meares, Walker, r — ; . 

Medway, A, physician. Front bt Dock and Orange, r cor Front 
and Orange. 

Mechanics' Hotel, Front bt Orange and Ann. 'I)9!X^ 

Meginney, L, Principal Wilmington Institute, cor 4th and Prin- 
cess, r same. 



56 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



T. S. WHITAKER, 

BOOKSELLER iO STATIONER, 



V^^D DEALER IN 



ill Ml 1 llffl III' 
ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

AND 
OF ALL KINDS. 

No. 36, Market Street, (Sign of the Bible,) 



Wilmington Daily Dispatch, 

JOHN D. BARRY, WM. H. BERNARD, 

BARRY & BERNARD, 

Office No. 42, Market Street. 
Book and Job Printing 

EXECUTED ON REASONABLE TERMS, 

AND IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF THE AET. 



WILMfNGTOX DIHECTOHY. :. 57 



Meier, Jos, lager beer saloon, Dock bt Front and Water, r Dock 

bt Front and 2d. 
Merchkens, H. machinist Hart & Bailey's, r Chesnut bt 8th & 9th. 

Metts, James I, salesman G Z French & Co, r ■ — . 

Methodist Episcopal Church, (S,) cor Front and Walnut, Rev L 

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

, pastor. 

Military Prison, cor 2d and Princess. 
Mills, John, mechanic, bds J H Ellis. 
Millis, John C, constable and butcher, Market House, r Dawson bt 

8th and 9th. 
Miller, F, shoemaker H Shutte, bds same. 
Milligan, 3Irs W G, r cor 2d and Mulberry. 
Mitchell, B F. of Ellis & M, r 4th bt 3Iarket and Dock. 
Mitchell, F H, elk Ellis & Mitchell, bds B F Mitchell. 
Mitchell, James H, saloon 3 S Water, r 4th bt Market and Dock. 
Mitchell, Thos Pop, elk James H Mitchell, bds same. 
Moffitt, McNeill & Co, commission merchants, 4 S Water. 
Moffitt, A A, of M, McNeill & Co, bds Mrs McCaleb. 
Montague, W H, painter Daymen & Johnson, bds J C Daymon. 
Moore, "B R, attorney at law, off Journal Buildings, r N N Nixon's. 
Moore, C H, grocer, 5 S 2d, r same. 
Moore, 31, elk C H Moore, bds same. 
Moore, Roger, of Petteway & M, bds T B Smith. 
Moore, Robert, baker, r Chesnut bt 4th and 5th. 
Morris, Wilkes, of Cronly & M, r Front bt Church and Castle. 
Morris, N, mechanic Clarendon Iron Works, bds Wilkes Morris. 
Morris, Richard, accountant, r 2d bt Ann and Nun. 
Morris, John 0, bds R Morris. 

Morris, A H, harness maker, r Chesnut bt 7th and 8th. 
Morrison, George, conductor W & W R R, r Front bt Mulberry 

and Walnut. 
Morrison, T, engineer, r cor 5th and Princess. 
Morrison, R, engineer, r W G Fowler's. 
Morrelle, Rev I^, school, cor 4th and Cottage Lane, r same. 

Mott, A, elk Dr J T Schonwald, bds — . 

Mott, David, policeman, r 9th bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Mott, Ml s Mary, r cor 7th and Mulberry. 
Mozart Hall, 17| S Front, (up stairs.) 

Munroe, J W, inspector provisions, off at Cox, Kendall & Co's, r 
Red Cross bt 2d and 3d. 



58 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



S. BLUMENTHAL & CO. 

Corner Front and Market Sts., 



DEALERS IN 



FANCY AND STAPLE 
IS^ BOOTS m SHOES, U^ 



Ladies and Gent's Furnishing Goods, 

OF AIJ, DESCEIPTIONS. 


D. DEISCOLL, 




J. KERRIGAN.. 



WUHUNGTON lOOSE 

DEiscoLL & Kerrigan; 

, ^ •'; ; ■ . :PI^o:PI^IETOI^s, 
toomer's Alley, between Front S: Second Streets,, 

CHOICE WINES, LIdllORS AND CIGARS. 

RAW, OR COOKED IN ANY STYLE. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 59 



MuDD, M, store 9th bt Mulberry and Walnut, r same. 

Munson, H H, of Baldwin, M & Co, r cor 4th and Walnut. 

Murray & Murchison, commission and forwarding merchants, N 
Water. 

Murray, E, of Murray & Murchison, r Front bt Chesnut and Mul- 
berry. 

Murray, Asa J, W & W K R, r Market bt 6th and 7th. 

Murray, Michael, painter, r cor Market and 7th. 

Murchison, D R, of Murray & M, r . 

Murrin, E, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, r Mulberry bt Front and 
Water. 

Muse, J H, printer Herald office, r 2d bt Nun and Church. 

Myers, George, wholesale dealer in groceries, hats, caps, boots, 
shoes and notions, 11 and 13 S Front. 

Myers, Chas D, agent Geo Myers, r cor Market and 3d. 

Myers, R C, elk Geo Myers, bds C D Myers. 

Myers, Geo C, elk Geo Myers, bds C D Myers. 

■ isr. 

Neff, A H, tin ware and stoves, 19 S Front, bds cor Froat & N.un. 

Neff, Jos H. ship chandlery and groceries cor Water and, Dock, r 
Dock bt Front and 2d. ■, ' ^ ' - 

Neff, Geo G, elk J H Neff, bds same. 

Nest, D M, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, r 6th bt Dock and Orange. 

New, Solomon, elk Kahnweiler & Bro, bds cor Front and Market. 

Newby, D T, elk City Hotel, bds same. 

Newman, P, grocer, cor N Water and Chesnut, r same. 

Newman, P, clothing, 37 N Water. 

Newman, J, dry goods and clothing 14 Market, r cor 2d and Or- 
ange. 

Nixon, N isr, r Chesnut bt 3d and 4th. 

Northrop, S & W H, steam saw and planing mills, S Water bt 
• Castle and Queen. 

Northrop, S, of S & W H N, r cor 5th and Dock. 
; Northrop, W H, of S & W H N, r Market bt 4th and 5th. ^ . 

Northrop, James S, elk, bds W H Northrop. . : 

Northrop, S G, engineer, r Orange bt 3d and 4th. 

Northrop, Henry F, machinist, bds S G Northrop. 

Nutt, John, elk Journal office, r cor 3d and Campbell. 

Nutt, Henry, r cor 2d and Red Cross.' 

Nutt, H, baggage master W & W R R, bds Jno Nutt. 



60 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



DAVID AAEON, 

ArnOLBSALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX 

S TAPLE AND FANCY 



READY-MADE CLOTHING, : 

OIL CLOTHS^ CARPETING, 

&c. &c. &c. &c., 

w[L[f^Q[F!{](gir@[M, m, (gc 

.The Wilmington Herald. 

THOMAS M. COOK & CO., Editors and Proprietors. 

THOMAS M. COOK, TERREXCE V. FOLEY. 



IS PRINTED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTEEj"!),.,}'/; 
Terms HO per year $5 for six months $1 per month. 

IS PRINTED EYERY SATURDAY. 
Terms $2 50 per year. .11 50 for sixmos... $1 for three mos. ..50 ots per month. 

■File S-LMjcLcSLsty ]VCoz-33.±xls 3HC©i-aLlci., 

A mammoth family and literary newspaper, is printed evei-y Sunday morning. 
Price ten cents per copy. 

TO IB T^ OISZ^ 

NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 



AVILMTXOTON DIRECTORY. 61 



Nunn, J F, elk, bds Mrs McCaleb. 

Nye, F N; bds S W Roberts. 

o. 

Odd Fellow's Hall, Front, bt Market and Princess. 

Ohraud, \V H, grocer, Front, bt Dock and Orange, r same. 

Ohrand, H, elk W H Ohrand, bds same. 

Oldham, A, commission merchant and grain dealer, 6 S Water, 

and proprietor Cape Fear Flour Mills, cor Water and Walnut, 

r Front, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Oldham, W P, salesman A Oldham, bds same. ;:.~ 

Oldham, C W, elk Larkins & Hard wick, r 

Orrel, J B, of & Lewis, r 4th, bt Campbell and Hanover. 

Orrel & Lewis, groceries and provisions, 8 Market. 

Owen, F A, printer, Dispatch oflBce, r cor 7th and Mulberry. 

F. 

Parsley, G & Co, commission and forwarding merchants, and 

Importers, 6 N Water. 
Parsley, G, Sr, of G P & Co, r Front, bt Dock and Orange. 
Parsley, G, Jr. , of G Parsley & Co, r N W cor 2d and Red 

Cross 
Parker, H U, r cor 3d and Orange. 
Patten, Wm, bakery, 44 Market, r same. 
Patterson, Rev Geo, Catholic Priest, r A H NanBokkelen. 
Peachman, A, harness maker B J Jacobs, r 2d bt Mulberry and 

Walnut 
Peck, Geo A & Co, hardware, 15 S Front. 
Peck, Geo A, of Geo A P & Co, bds Capt T F Peck. 
Peck, T F H, of Geo A Pfeck & Co, bds Capt T F Peck. 
Peck, Capt T F, r 2d bt Market and Dock. 
Peden, W N, proprietor Clarendon Bar, 4 Market, r 4th, bt 

Orange and Anii. : ' 

Penton, Wm J, seaman, r 4thj bt Njin and Church. 
Penny. Henry W, elk Williams & Potter, r Front, bt Mulberry 

and Walnut. 
Penny, W J, shoemaker J J Gay, r 5th, bt Church and Castle, 
Peppinghaus, F, watchmaker, 6 S 2d, r cor 6th and Mulberry. 
Perrin, Henry R, chrockery, china, glass and earthen- ware, &c^ 

30 Market, r 2d, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 



62 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY, 



ATKINSON & SHEPPERSON, 

Commission and Forwarding 
MERCHANTS, 

AND AGENTS FOR 

II, MMi. m m \mimi mnmi 

OF 

NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE, 

Office Princess Street, next to Water Street, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



uV'^i. 



WILMINGTON THEATRE, 

H. M. JENKINS, LESSEE AND MANAGER^^iJ 

OPEN EVERY NIGHT. '''' 

A FULL AND TALENTED 

O o 2? p s Dramatique 

Is engaged for the present season of 1865-66, supported by a full 

0®igg mm 1 AL-iif .:•-' ^.. 

AND NUMEROUS AUXILIARIES. ; ,- ..^ , i ;.^ 

An approved selection of standard Dramas, Comedies, 
Tragedies, Faroes, Burlettas, &c. &c., with new Songs 
and Dances, will be presented. 

No Postponement on accomit of weather. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 63 



Perry, James C, machinist, r Cottage Lane, bt Sd and 4th. 

Perry, Mrs C D, school. Cottage Lane, bt 3d and 4th, r same. 

Person & French, law office, cor S Water and Market, (up stairs.) 

Person, Hon S J, of P & French, r cor 3d and Chesnut. 

Peschau, Edward, merchant, cor Front and Dock, bds cor 5th 
and Princess. 

Petteway & 3Ioore, commission and forwarding merchants, Flan- 
ner buildings, N Water, bt Walnut and Red Cross. 

Petteway, Wra H, eng'r W & W R R, r Market, bt 6th and 7th. 

Petteway, James, butcher, market house, r 

Peterson, George, printer, Herald office, bds 2d bt Church and 
Castle. 

Peterson, Isbam, elk C M Hall, r cor Front and Nun. 

Philyaw, J H, r cor 4th and Princess. 

Pierce, Mrs L H, r cor 2d and Chesnut. 

Piggot, D, mei chant, r 

Pitts, Wm L, book keeper W B Planner, r cor 6th and Market. 

Player, T W, inspector naval stores, r 3d bt Church and Castle. 

Piatt, Jno T, mechanic Hart& Bailey, r Chesnut, bt 8th and 9th. 

Poisson, J D., post master, r cor 5th and Mulberry. 

Poisson, Jno .J, elk Bradley & Woehler, bds • 

Poisson, W M, ticket ag't W & W R R, r Chesnut, bt 3d and 4th. 

Polvogt, C & Co, upholsterers and paper-hangers, and dealers in 
furniture &c, S E cor Front and Princess. 

Polvogt, Charles, of C P & Co, r Princess, bt 4th and 5th. 

Policy, H N, tinner. Princess, bt Front and Water r 5th, bt Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Pollock, Geo W, elk post office, r Chesnut bt 3d and 4th. 

Pollman, C, elk J F Heins, bds same. 

Porter, Wm, provission store, cor Princess and Front, r same. 

Post Office, N E cor Front and Princess, J D Poisson, P M. 

Post, James F, contractor and builder, r Princess, bt 4th and 5th. 

Potts, J D, telegraph operator, bds 

Potts, S C, telegraph operator, bds 

Powell, Mrs Sarah, r 5th, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 

Praer, Frank, store Market, bt 5th and 6th avenue, r same. 

Pratt, D, butcher John Bishop, bds F M James. 

Prater, H, cai penter, r Market, bt 7th and 8th. 

Presbyterian Church, cor 3d and Orange, Rev pastor. 

Presbyterian Church, Chesnut, bt 7th and 8th, Rev pastor. 

Price, Col Wm J, r 

Price, A L, of Fulton & P, r 4th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 



64 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



ALEX. SPRUNT, 

Commission Mercliant, 

SOUTH WATER STREET, 



J. J. cox, W. p. KENDALL, Jr., W. P. KENDALL, Sr. 

COX, KENDALL & CO., 
WHOLESALE GrROGERS 

AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

No. 23, Nortb -Water Street, 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 65' 



Price, Mrs C K, boarding house, cor 5th and Orange. 
Price, R W, elk Larkins & Hardwick, bds Mrs K Price. 
Price, W W", printer, Journal office, r cor 7th and Dock. 
Price, Mrs W W, dressmaker, cor 7th and Dock. 

Price, George, engineer, bds 

Price, R A, grocer, cor Front and Queen, r same. 
Prigge, Gr, r cor 3d and Market. 
Pritchetty Geo E, elk A H VanBokkelen, bds same. 
Proux, E, wagoner, r 6th, bt 'Chesnut and Mulberry. , 

Pugh, John H, bds 3d, bt Walnut and Red Cross. 
Purdew, J W, mechanic A H NefF, bds 8th, bt Mulberry and 
Walnut. 

Quince, Parker, custom house collector, r cor 6th and Dock. 

R. 

Radcliff, Robt S, brick maeon, r Chesnut, bt 4th and 5th. 

Railroad Hotel, cor Front and Red Cross, J R Faulkner & Co, 
proprietors. 

Raleigh, T W, porter Thos Lynch, r 

Redd, C C, r cor Market and 7th- 

Reeder, H, elk E Schulken, bds same. 

Repiton, Rev A P, r cor 3d and Mulberry. 

Repiton, A P, Jr, r A P Repiton. 

Rhodes, Hardy B, r cor Market and 10th. 

Rickets, R M, elk H C Elliot, bds Princess, bt 6th and 7th. 

Richardson, T W, r Water, bt Walnut and Red Cross. 

Riley, James, supt Taylor's ferry, r 4th, bt Dock and Orange. 

Risley, R A, r Red Cros.s, bt •2d and 3d. 

Ritter, J W, carpenter, r 3d, bt Orange and Ann. 

Roberts, T E, proprietor Clarendon Iron Works, r 5th, bt Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Roberts, Henry H, book keeper T E Roberts, bds same. 

Roberts, S W, elk Thos Lynch, r Chesnut, bt 3d and 4th. 

Robinson, Robt H, r cor Walnut and N Water. 

Robinson, J S, physician, Front, bt Chesnut and Mulberry, r 
Orange, bt 4th and 5th. 

Robinson, H H, contractor, bds J S Robinson. 

Robinson, Charles H, r cor 5th and Dock. 



66 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



JOSEPH H. NEFF, 

Ship Chaiidlei; 




AKD DEALER IN 



Ship Stoj*es, 

GROCERIES, HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS, 

Corner Dock and Water Sts., 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

LARKINS & HARDWICK, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES, PROYISIONS, 

WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 

MVffirauHuaiiiiiFmEisic. 

No. 59, Market Street, 

MO[LD^QK]©ir(Q)Kg, Ma ©a 

W. LARKINS, ■ J. M. HAEDWICK. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOBY. 67 



Kobinson, F G, distillery, off. at Russell & Ellis, bds C H Robinson. 
Robinson, Wm, printer. Herald office, r Queen, bt 5th and 6th. 
Rock, Jno, policeman, r 6th, bt Nun and Church. 
Rock Spring Ice House, N Water, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Rock Spring Hotel, Chesnut, bt Front and Water, Jno Rooney, 

proprietor. 
Rooney, John, proprietor Rock Spring Hotel. 
Rose, Gr W, contractor and builder, r cor 6th and Mulberry. 

Rosenberg, Aaron, with David Aaron, r . 

Rosenthal, G, of A Weill & Co, r . 

Rolhwell, Mrs L P, school, 3d, bt Princess and Chesnut, r same. 

Rowell, Jos W, carpenter, r 5th, bt Dock and Orange. 

Rudman, A, elk N Goteberg, bds same. 

Rulfs, Jno, r Red Cross, bt 4th and 5th. 

Runge & Kordlander, groceries and saloon, 3 S Front. 

Runge, G H W, of R & Kordlander, r 5th, bt Dock and Orange. 

Rusk, C D, r 4th, bt Church and Nun. 

Rush, A, r 6th, bt Castle and Queen. 

Russel & Ellis, commission merchants, 10 N Water. 

Russel, J B, of R & Ellis, r cor 4th and Nun. 

Russel, Mrs Henry P, r cor 5th and Orange. 

Russel, Yulee. elk J R Blossom & Co, bds Mrs H P Russel. 

Ryan, James H, of Hedrick & Ryan, r Princess, bt Front and 2d. 

Ryttenberg, J D, of Cohn & R, r . 

S. 

Samson, J &, H, dry goods and clothing, 45 Market. 

Samson, H, of J & H Samson, bds G Prigge. 

Savage, Henry, of G Parsley & Co, r 3d bt Dock and Orange. 

Savage, Jno H, butcher Market House, r Dawson bt 7th and 8th. 

Schonwald, J T, physician, Princess bt Water and Front, r cor 2d 

and Church. 
Schulken, Henry, store cor 4th and Walnut, r same. 
Schulken, E, grocer, cor Front and Mulberry, r Front bt Walnut 

and Red Cross. 
Schulken, C, elk Runge & Kordlander, bds 3| S Front, up stairs. 

Schurback, E, elk Cohn & Ryttenberg, bds . 

Schriver, C, store cor 4th and Harnet, r same. 
Scott, R, elk W J Bivens & Co, bds W J Bivens. 

Sealey, G W, elk Harriss & Howell, r . 

Seaman's Home, S W cor Front and Dock, G W Williams keeper. 



i68 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

J. T. PETTEWAY, ROGEii MOOEE. 

PETTEWAY & MOORE, 

coi^issioN id \mmm Emm% 

FLANNER BUILDING, 

3NrortTI3C ■\^7"-<a-T:E3I=t JSTOFtlSEST, 

^CtOyjOK](^T(o)KO, ^. ©. 

Prompt personal attention given to all consignments, orders, &c. 



R. THORBURN, 

EAGLE BAKERY, 

Coimer Front and Dock Streets, 

('rNDER SEAMAN'S' HOME,) 

- -•WIItiaiIWf®H„.Mo€o 

■ A first ela^a estiiblisbtoenfe, where can be found at •^ll. times, ,: 
Fresh Breakfast and Tea Rolls, "Bread, (Jakes and 
Pies. Also, fresh Soda and Axxo-w Root Crackers, 
and Pilot Bread. ,: 

,^^ All kiuds of Cakes, &c., furnished for weddings and-Qth- 
er parties at the shortest notice. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Seaman's Bethel, Dock bt Front and Watei'. 

Sellers, R L, constable, r Gth between Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Shackelford, Haas & Co, grocers and commission merchants, 31 

and 32 N Vv^ater, cor Water and Chesnut. 
Shackelford, James, of S, Haas & Co, r cor Front and Chesnut. 
Shaffer, T, elk E Willis, bds Princess bt Front and Water. 
Sharpsteen, W H, Verandah Saloon, 10 S Water, r Front bt Ann 

and Nun. 
Shaw, Wm H, elk U S Q M Dept, r Red Cross bt 3d and 4th. 
Shemwell, Poindexter, of Frederick & S, r City Hotel. 
Sherwood, Daniel, r Princess bt Front and 2d. 
Sherman, J, proprietor Globe Saloon, 1 Granite Row, Front bt 

Market and Dock, r same. 
Shines, Mrs Eliza, r Chesnut bt 6th and 7th. 
Shloss, J, elk Kahnweiler & Bro, bds S W cor Market and Front. 
Sholar, Hiram, brick mason, r 5th bt Nun and Church. 
Shoemaker, E M, of J R Faulkner & Co, r Railroad Hotel. 
Shrank, Henry, baker A Lessman, bds same. 
Shutte, Henry, boot and shoemaker, 11 N Front, r same. 
Shute, Jack, painter, bds Rock Spring Hotel. 
Simpson, S M, wholesale dry goods and clothing, 33 and 35 Mar- 
ket, and 2 and 4 N Front, N E corner, bds Miss Carrie JoneS..' 

Sink, W M, machinist, r . 

Singletary, F C, r Dock bt 6th and 7th. 

Skipper, N, mechanic Hart & Bailey's, r Queen bt 3d and 4th. 

Skull, Mrs E, r cor 5th and Walnut. 

Slocum, T W, book-keeper A Oldham, bds Front bt Mulberry aad- 

Walnut. 
Smaw, Frank D, Jr, bds Mrs J M Stevenson. 

Smith, Wm L, cashier Bank of Wilmington, r . 

Smith, D A, groceries, provisions, crockery, &c, 26 and 28 S Front, 

bds Market bt 5th and 6th. 
Smith, Wm, sup't transportation W & W R R, r Mulberry bt 

Front and 2d. 
Smith, Thos B, r cor Front and Princess. 
Smith, James C, commission merchant, 2 Granite Row, Front bt 

Market and Dock, bds Miles Costin. 
Smith & Strauss, groceries and provisions, 65 Market. 
Smith, W V B, of S & Strauss, r cor 5th and Bladen. 
Smith, L P, book-keeper Bradley & Woehler, bds Mrs DeBebian. 
Smith, A, elk Kahnweiler & Bro, bds S W cor Front and Market. 
Smith, Peter, store cor 4th and Campbell, r same. 



70 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 




JAjNIES FULTON, 



A. L. riUCE. 



FULTON & PRICE, 

PITERS AlO PUBLISHERS, 

Journal Buildings, 

PRINCESS, BETWEEN FRONT & SECOND STREETS, 



(ESTABLISHED IN 1851.) 
Tlie oldest and most widely circulated daily paper in the 
State, is published sLx times a week, at $10 per annmn, 
payable in advance. Daily reports of the markets, 'and 
telegraphic news, np to the hour of going to jiress, are 
given in this paper. 

(ESTABLISHED IN 1844.) 
Will be resumed early in January, 1866, and issued regularly at $4 per annum, invaria- 
Tbly in advance. This paper will contain all the principal news of the week, and all the 
important editorial matter of the several daily issues, together with » weekly re\iew of 
the markets of the town, carefully compiled by our own reporter. This review may 
oe relied upon as strictly correct. We also give the latest reports' of the Northern and 
Other markets. 

OUR JOBBING DEPARTMENT 

Is not surpassed by any establishment from 
lUchmond to New Orleans. Having all the 
jmachinery requisite for any work required 
In this section of country, and being sup- 
plied with the largest and handsomest as- 
sortment of type in the State, and stationery 
to suit the times, we can execute promptly 
and in the best manner, every description 
Of 

JOB zpiaiisrTiiN'G-, 

sucn AS 
Cards, 

HanclbiUs, 

BiUs of liadiiig. 

Bills of Exchange, 
CliecUs, 

Bill-Heads, 
Circulars, 

Pamplilets, 
Postei-s, 
Labels, 

Programmes, &c. 
All letters on liusiness, to insure attention, must be addressed to 

FUIiTON & PRICE. 




WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 71 



"Sneeden, Rebecca, r Chesnut bt 8tli and 9th. 
Solomon, S, elk J Lyons, bds same. 
Somcrell, Geo IM, carpenter, r cor 3d and Walnut. 
Souden, E T, store Mulberry bt 8th and 9th, r same. 
Southerland, J B, of Wallace & S, r 3d bt Red Cross and Walnut. 
Southerland, A, boarding house Front bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Southerland. T J, of S A Currie & Co, r Princess bt 2d and 3d. 
Spooner, Wm, cooper, r 2d bt Nun and Church. 
Springs, Joseph, r Surry bt Church and Cast'e. 
Sprunt, Alex, commission merchant, S Water bt Dock and Orange, 

r Princess bt 8th and 9th. 
Sprunt, James, elk Worth & Daniel, bds Mrs McCaleb. 
Steenken, Gleo, store, cor 2d and Hanover, r same. 
Stemmerman, C, store, cor 4th and Castle, r same. 
Sterling, J R, r cor 6th and Chesnut. 

Sternberger, J, ofS, Bear & Co, r Front bt Mulberry and Walnut, 
Sternberger, S, gent's furnishing goods, &c, 10 Market, up stairs. 
Stevenson, Mrs J M, r Front bt Walnut and Red Cross. 
Stevenson, James C, clerk Gr Parsley & Co, bds Mrs J M Ste- 
venson. 
Stevenson, Daniel, bds Mrs J M Stevenson. 
Stokley, James, r cor 3d and Church. 

Story, S A, elk Bradley & Woehler, r 2d bt Orange and Ann. 
Story, E F, elk Brown & Anderson, r 2d bt Orange and Ann. 
Storer, A R, saloon, 10 Market, bds H U Parker. 
Stolter & Bremer, grocers, 67 Market. 
Stolter, J F, of S & Bremer, r 67 Market, up stairs. 
Stolter, H, watchmaker F Peppinghaus, bds 67 Market, up stairs. 
Stolter, H A, grocer. Front bt Dock and Orange, r same. 
Stuart, Wra, contractor and builder, cor Front and Walnut, r cor 

Front and Dock, up stairs. 
Strange, Robert, law office, Market bt 2d and 3d, r cor Market 

and 3d. 
Strauss, J H, of Smith & S, r cor 4th and Hanover. 
St. Thomas' Church, (Catholic,) Dock bt 2d and 3d, Rev Dr 

Corcoran, priest. 
Styron, C W, shipping clerk Harris§ & Howell, bds Mrs H P. 

Russell. 
Sullivan, Roger R, elk James Wilson, r 5th nr railroad. 
Sullivan, P, policeman, bds M Barry. 
Sundheimer, J, elk Kahnweiler & Bro, r 2d bt Mulberry and 

Walnut. 



72 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

T. J. WILLIAMS. W. J. POTTER. 

WILLIAMS & POTTER, 

GROCERS, 

WHOLESALE Ai RETAIL OEALERS II HARDWARE, 

FARMING IMPLEMENTS, 

Shoes, Hats, Crockery and General Mercliandise, 

"WILMIFGTOST, ST. G« 



NORTH CAROLINA COMMISSION HOUSE. 
ANDREWS & BARDIN, 

OFFICE— NO. 5, SOUTH WATER STREET, (Up Stairs,) 

Tlie imdersigned have establisliecl a 
COMMISSION ANJL> FORWARDNIO HOUSE 

In Wilmington, and offer their services for the sale of COTTTON, NAVAL STORES, 
SHEETINGS, COTTON YARNS, TOBACCO, BACON, FLOUR, &c., &C., and to purchase 
for Merchants or others any goods sold in this marlcet. Consignments and orders 
respectfully solicited. , ^ , ^ 

We are receiving constantly from the manufacturers, small consignments of the best 
kind of 

3sroE,Ts: o^I^OIJII^^J^ tobjlooo, 

Tliose kinds most snitnV)le for Country Merchants, Distillers and Turpentine Makers- 
We sell these lots at manufacturers' prices, and there is a clear profit to the retailer ol 
one hundred per cent, in buying them. Orders for any number of boxes filled. 

W. S. G. ANDREWS, B. H. BARDIN, 

Goiasboro\ jV. C. ' Brown's niiarf, Charleston. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



78 



Sutton, Wm, blacksmith Cassidey's ship yard, r . 

Swann, Dr John, r cor 3d and Chesnut. 
Swann, F Ales, clerk, r Dr John Swann's. 
Swann & Clark, carpenters, cor 3d and Princess. 
Swann, Frank, of 8 & Clark, r Church bt 6th and 7th. 
Sweeney, H, moulder Hart & Bailey's, r 2d bt Ann and Nun. 
Sykes, Wm H, conductor W cSt M R R, r Dock bt 6th and 7th. 

T. 

Taylor, John A, r Market bt 4th and 5th. 

Taylor, John D, bds John A Taylor. 

Taylor, M P, civil engineer, bds Jno E Lippitt. 

Taylor, D, elk Post Office, bds Jno Bishop. 

Telegraph Office, S E cor Market and Front. 

Terry, Rev R E, pastor St. John's Church, (Episcopal,) r cor 8d 
and Red Cross. 

Thally, David, r cor 5th and Walnut. 

Thomas, W G-, physician, cor 4th and Market, r same. 

Thompson, J W, secretary and treasurer W & W R R, r 2d bt 
Walnut and Red Cross. 

Thompson, Mrs R M, r Market bt 5th and 6th. 

Thompson, Miss Susan, r Church bt 6th and 7th. 

Thomson, N, of Madison & T, r Chesnut bt 8th and 9th. 

Thorburn, R, Eagle Bakery, cor Front and Dock, r 3d bt Walnut 
and Red Cross. 

Thornton, John, r cor 5th and Harnett. 

Thornton, John, Jr, bds John Thornton. 

Thurston, W C, elk Kidder & Martin, r 4th bt Church and Castle. 

Thurston, W J Y, elk Kidder & Martin's mill, r same. 

Tierney, John C, mechanic, r Front bt Orange and Ann. 

Tilley, Fletcher, r cor 4th and Red Cross. 

Titien, C, store cor 3d and Orange, r same. 

Toohill, D F, r 5th bt Ann and Nun. 

Topham, Jas S & Co, saddlery, harness, trunks, &c, 8 S Front. 

Townsend, R S. mechanic, r od bt Walnut and Red Cross. 

Tracey, Mrs L P, dressmaker, r Cottage Lane bt 3d and 4th. 

Trask, W, engineer W & W R R, r Mulberry, bt 5th and 6th. 

Turner, Mrs Fannie A, transient boarding house, McRae bt Ches- 
nut and Mulberry. 

Turner, Miss Josephine, r Nun bt 2d and 3d. 

Tynan, M R, salesman H M Barry, bds 2d bt Market and Dock. 



74 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

A. LESSMAN, 

BAKER! m CONfECflONERl 

No. II, South Second St., between Market and Dock, 
"W"ILMI¥GTO¥, ST. G. 

A LAEGE SUPPLY OF 

ffilSI BIMI CMIS, CBiCIiS, FIUI Mil FSFITS. 

OF ALL KINDS, .ALWAYS ON HAND. 
All orders for Cakes, plain and ornamental, and baking of all 
kinds for weddings, parties, &c., promptly executed at the lowest 
rates. 



S. D. ALEXANDER, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Brandies, "Wines, ^les, 

mmm whiskey, m, bum, um beer, 

DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS, 
No. 10, NORTH FRONT STREET, 

A complete assortment of the best in market always on hand. 



WILMfNGTON DIRECTORY. 75 



u. 

Ulrich, W, of Ileyer & U, r Front bt Dock and Orange. 

Valentine, R H C, printer Dispatch office, bds 3Iarket nr 3d. 

VanAmringe, Stacey, groceries and provisions, 61 Market, r cor 
Front and Nun. 

VanAmringe, Geo 0, Sr, r cor Front and Nun. ; "> 

VanAmringe, Geo 0, Jr, merchant, Dock, bt Front and Water, r 
cor Front and Nun. 

VanBokkelen, A H, commission and forwarding merchant and dis- 
tiller, 40J N Water, r Front, bt Princess and Chesnut. 

VanSickle, J, tobacco, cigars, &c., 12 Market,, r 2d, bt Walnut 
and Red Cross. 

VanOrsdellj C M, photographic gallery, 40J Market, r , 

VanSoelen, J N, store cor 4th and Red Cross, r same. 

Vick, Samuel, r cor 3d and Chesnut. 

Vincent, N B^ of C Polvogt & Co, r Princess, bt 4th and 5th. 

Vollers, L, grocer, 3 S 2d, r cor 2d and Mulberry. 

Vollers, H, of Adrian & Vollers, r cor Front and Dock. 

VonGlahn, H, r cor 5th and Princes.s. 

VonDerkammer, H, boot and shoe maker, 2d bt Mulberry and 
Walnut, r same. 

Voss, J G, boot and shoe maker, 25 S Front, r same. 

^- 

Waddell, A M, attorney at law, off Market bt 2d and 3d, r 3d bt 
Dock and Orange. 

Wade, R W, printer Dispatch office, bds cor 2d and Orans^e. 

Waid, H, elk Express office, bds R W Blanej. 

Waldron & Wilkinson, dry goods, 34 Market. 

Waldron, E S, of W & Wilkinson, bds . 

Wallace^ J, baker Wm. Patten, bds same. 

Wallace, S D, of Wallace & Southerland, r cor 4th and Red Cross. 

Wallace & Southerland, commission merchants and agents Greens- 
borough Mutual Insurance Co, 24 N Water, (up stairs.) 

Walker, Asa K, cashier Commercial Bank of Wilmington, office 
cor Chesnut and N Water, (up stairs,") r cor 6th and Market. 

Walker, Wm A, secretary and treasurer W & M R R, r cor 6th 
and Market. 



76 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

DAYID C. BRADLEY, CHEISTIAN WOEHLER. 

BRADLEY & WOEHLER, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Commission and Forwarding 
MERCHANTS, 




fj^^^^ 



AND AGENTS 

FROM NEW YORK TO WILMINGTON. 
North Water Street— West Side, 

[BETWEEN CHESNUT AND MULBERRY,] 

MD[L[}i:(]DK[]©T©KO, KOo ©c 

LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. ' 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 77 



Walker, J C, physician, Princess, bt Front and 2d, r 3d, bt Ches- 

nut and Mulberry. 
Walker, James, contractor and builder, cor Front and Walnut, r 

cor Front and Dock, up stairs. 
Warton, R H, clerk U S Q M Department, r cor 2d and Orange. 
Warren, N G, r 5th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 
Ward, E R, carpenter, r cor 7th and Brunswick. 

Waterbury, T, clerk H M Barry, bds . 

Watson, Rev A A, pastor St James Church, (Episcopal,) r Market, 

bt 3d and 4th. 
Webb, Harry, saloon 20 Market, r same. 
Weill, A & Co, dry goods, shoes and clothing, 13 Market. 
Weill, A, of A Weill & Co, r Market, bt 2d and 3d. 
Wells, Henry, r Church, bt 4th and 5th. 
Welsh, John, ship carpenter, r cor Church and 2d. 
West, S M, auctioneer 6 S Water, r 3d, bt Princess and Chesnut. 

West, Isham, butcher Market house, r . 

Wescott, Ephraira, of Bate and Wescott, r . 

Wherry, R, baker J N VanSoelen, bds same. 

Whitaker, T S, books and stationery, 36 Market, r Market bt 5th 

and 6th. 
White, Benjamin, r Market continued. 
White, B F, paper hanger C Polvogt & Co, bds J W Zimmerman. 

White, B F, clerk H C Elliott, bds . 

White, P, grocer, 43 N Water, r cor 5th and Princess. 
White, John, foreman Journal Office, bds Mrs S Lippincott. 

White, B F, engineer W, C & R R R, bds . 

White, P W, store cor 4th and Princess, r same. 

White, John A, paper hanger C Polvogt & Co, bds W E Davis. 

White, Wm L, bds J W Zimmerman. 

Whitehead, Jame^ I, book-keeper Worth & Daniel^ bds Capt W 

B Whitehead 
Whitehead, Capt W B, r Front, bt Nun and Church. 
Whitman, James, r cor 8th and Market. 
Whitledge, S, r Church, bt 6tb and 7th. 
Whitney. :Mrs C C, r 5th, bt Dock and Orange. 

Wilson, James, harness, saddlery, hardware, &e, 5 Market, r ■ 

Wilson, AVm A, book-keeper H M Barry, r cor 2d and Nun. 
Wilson, James, moulder W & W R R, r 2d, bt Orange and Ann. 
Wilson, Walter A, machinist W & W R R, bds W Wilson. 
Wilson, W, r Red Cross, bt 3d and 4th. 
Wilson, Elias R, r Guthrie's alley, bt 2d and 3d. 



78 -WILMINGTON DipECTORY. 



KIDDER & MARTIN, 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK, 
PECENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, BROOKLYN, 
MERCHANT'S INSURANCE COMP'Y, HARTFORD, 

FIEE AND MARINE RISKS AT LOWEST RATES. 

Office 13 South Water Street, up stairs, 

WL[f^[IQ^(gT@[i^, m, ©a 

KIDDER & MARTIN, 

PROPRIETORS 

O O "XT^T -A. 3Xr 

STEAM SAW AMD PLAMl MILLS. 

WaiKllOK)(ETr®K), i. (S, 

E. KIDDEE, S. N. MAETIN. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 79 



Wilson, William, luerchant. bds S Witcover, 

Willard, James A, commission merchant, — Water, r cor Sd 
and Mulberry. 

Willis, Elijah, druggist and chemist, 47 Market, r cor 5th and 
Mulberry 

Wilkinson & Co, brokers, 34 Market. 

Wilkinson, J, of W & Co, r cor Market and 7th Avenue. 

Wilkinson, G W, of Waldron & W, bds . 

Williams & Potter, groceries and provisions, 57 Market. 

Williams, T J, of W & Potter, r Dock bt 5th and 6th. 

Williams, Gertrude, r cor 2d and Craig's alley. 

Williams, Thos, elk Jas H Mitchell, bds same. 

Williams, George W, harbor master and keeper Seaman's Homo. 
r same. 

Williams, T D, bds T J Williams. 

Williams, Jos S, bds Rev A P Repiton. 

Williams, W H, salesman Kahnweiler & Bro, r 4th N of R R. 

Williams & Son, W A, commission and forwarding merchants, 7 
S Water. 

Williams, W A, of W A W & Son, r cor 4th and Cottage Lane. 

Williams, Jno F, of W A Williams & Son, bds W A Williams. 

Williams, E D, printer Herald office, bds 6th bt Dock and Orange. 

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

Wilmington Dispatch, 42 Market, (up stairs,) Barry & Bernard, 
proprietors. 

Wilmington Herald, 36 Market, (up stairs,) Thos M Cook & Co, 
proprietors. 

Wilmington Gas Light Co, cor Castle and Surry, ColJno McRae, 
president. 

Wilmington Institute, cor 4th and Princess, L Meginney, principal. 

Wilmington Iron and Brass Foundry, 17 S Front, Hart & Bailey, 
proprietors. 

Wilmington House, Toomer's alley, bt Front and 2d, Driscoll & 
Kerrigan, proprietors. 

Wilmington & Weldon Railroad, Hon R R Bridgers, president. 
Depot Front bt Red Cross and Campbell. 

Wilmington & Manchester Railroad, G Parsley, Sr, president. 
Transportation office West side N Water, bt Chesnut and Mul- 
berry. Depot West side Cape Fear river, opp Market dock. 

Wilmington, Charlotte & Rutherford Railroad, RHOowan, presi- 
dent. De,pot Nutt bt Bladen aad Harnett. 



80 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

F. W. KNOHL, 

,WATCHMAKEE, 

AND 

or E3 '\^S7' El X.1 E3 "FL , 

NO. 9, FRONT STREET, 

HAS ON HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 

GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, 
Je^welry and Clocks, 

•-'••= OF ALL 'D^ESCEIPTION AND PRICES. 

';^^"Particular attention paid to repairing Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry. 



W. A. WELLL^MS, JOHN F. WILLLilVIS. 

W. A. WILLIAMS & SON, 

Coixiniissioii & For^varding 

MEECHANTS, 

Will give pers-onal and prompt attention to the sale and shipment 
of COTTON, NAVAL STOKES, and other produce. 
Liberal advan3es made on consignments. 

- OFFICE NO. 7, SOUTH WATEE STREET, 
WILMINGXaN^JSI. e "' ' ''^ 



WILMINGTON DIKECTORV- 81 



Wilmington Theatre, Princess bt Sd and 4th, H M Jenkins, lessee 

and Diauager. 
Winters, M L, elk C M Hall, bds I Peterson. 
Wise, James M, bds Mrs McCaleb. 

Withy, W H, mechanic A H Neff, bds . • ^ 

Witcover, S, dry goods and clothing, 15 Market, r 2d bt Market 

and Princess. 
Witcover, W, elk S Witcover, bds same. 
Woehler, Christian, of Bradley & W, bds Mrs DeBebian. 
Wolf, Wronski ct Co, clothing, 40 Market. 
Worth & Daniel, commission and forwarding merchants, S Water, 

bt Dock and Orange. 
Worth, D G-, of W & Daniel, r Front bt Nun and Church. 
Wortheim, W, elk S Witcover, bds same. 
Wood, John C, coroner, r 3d bt Nun and Church, 
Wood, Robert B, Jr, clerk county court, r 3d bt Orange and Ann. 
Wood, Thos F, physician, Princess bt Front and, 2d, y,.same. 
Wooster, John, r cor 3d and Dock; -pm ^ .lOlJOSiiO'i 
Wooster, John L, bds John Wooster. 

Wright, A E, physician, Market bt 2d and 3d, r cor 2d & Orange. 
Wright, Wm A, president Bank of Cape Fear, r 3d bt Market 

and Dock. 
Wright, J H, of Huff & W:"r 7th bt Princess and Clesnut. 
Wright, Wm E, carpenter, r 9th bt Princess atid Chesnut. 
Wright, Julius W, attorney at law, off Princess bt 2d and 3d, bds 

cor 6th and Market. 
Wright, S P, of Day & W, r Market bt 2d and 3d. 
Wronski, A,, of Wolf, W & Co, bds cor Tth^and Dock. 
Wyatt, L B, tailor, r 3d bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 



Y. 

Yopp, W J, of Banting & Yopp, r 5th, bt Princess and Chesnut. 

Yopp, A J, r 5th, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 

Yopp, Frank, brick mason, r Chesnut, bt 8th and 9th. 

Yopp, Samuel L, carpenter W & W R R, r 8th, bt Mulberry and 

Walnut. 
Young, A D, r Market, bt 4th and 5th. 
Young, Rev. — , pastor Baptist Church, r Wm Larkins. 
E 



82 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



B. F. GEADY, 

Exchange Broker and Banker, 

VVMIHGTOM, U. C, 

DEALER IN 

STOCKS AND BONDS, NORTHERN EXCHANGE, 

BMK NOTES, GOLD M'D SILVER COIN, &C. 

Collections made ; Deposits Eeceived. 

/^Office in the store of W. H. McRary & Co , at their old 
stand, corner of North Water and Princess Streets. 

W. H. McRAEY & CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

CORNER WATER AND PRINCESS STREETS, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Liberal cash advances made on consignments for 
sale or shipment. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY, 



z. 

Zekind, Alexander, clerk A Weill & Co, bds . 

Zimmerman, J W, paper hanger D A Smith, r Market street 

continued. 
Zoeller, £ E, shoemaker H Shutte, bds same. 



84 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



SHACKELFORD, HAAS & CO 



^'?. A <: 



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Commission Merchants, 

NO. 159 Front Street, New York, 
Nos. 31 & 32 J^orth Water St., Wilmington, N. 0. 



BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION 



NAVAL STORES, OOTTO^, LUMBER, 

Cotton Yarns, &c. &c. 

Constantly on hand, in Wilmington, and for sale at wholesale, a 
large assortment of 

FAMILY GROCERIES. 

SOLE AGENTS IN NORTH CAROLINA FOE THE SALE OF 

WHITTEMORE'S COTTON CARDS. 



REFER TO 

Messrs. J. STINEK & CO., 49 Vesey Street, ] ,.,„ ... 
Messrs. MOSES & SCHIFFER, 32 Broad Street, ) ^°^^ ^^^^^- 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOKY. 85 

___ . J , 

C. E. BURR, A. B. BURR. 

C. E. BURR & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN, 

AND 

ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, 

No. '33, South Front Street, 

(BETWEEN DOCK ANT) ORANGE,) 

' W ilzrLizi.s;toi3., IN. O,; 

Keep constantly on hand a large and well selected assortment of 

PAINTS, OILS, AETISTS' MATERIALS, &c. 

And are prepared to execute all orders intrusted to their care 
promptly and efficiently, and at the lowest rates. 

SI€N AND ORMMENTIL PMNflNG 

EXECUTED IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE OF THE ART. 

An efficient force of the most skillful Painters to be procured, are 

always engaged. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 




HEUxix XV. PExvIvIN, 

DEALEK IN \ 

EAETHEN-WAEE, 
Mil, GLISS AND STONE-WARE, 

Table Cutlery, 
WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE, 

AND 

HOUSE FUENISHIN& ARTICLES, 
No. 30 Market Street, 

X\7-IXj3VEIlSrGrT03Xr, 3\r. c. 

M. U. FINLAYSON, A. J. FINLAYSON. 

M. U. FINLAYSON t( BRO., 

COMMISSION and FORWARDING MERCHANTS, 

No 5 Nortli Water Street, (up Stairs,) 

Having established a general COMMISSION and FORWARD- 
INGr HOUSE in Wilmington, we oflfer our services for the sale of 
Cotton, Naval Stores, and Produce of all descriptions, and 
to purchase for country merchants or others who may favor us with 
a call. 

Consignments and orders respectfully folicited. 

.^^"Prompt personal attention paid to all business intrusted to 
our eare..^^y 



WILMINGiOX DIRECTORY. S7>, 



JOHN DAWSON. 



DE.ILER IN 



HARDWARE, DRY mom 
Agricultural Implements, &c., 

(OLD STAND,) 

Nos. 19 and 21 Market Street, -"^^ 



P. NEWMAN, 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL - =^-^-'' 

€3- 3E1. O O KS 3HL ^ 

AND DEALER IN 

WINES, BRANDIES, AND LIQUORS, 



OF ALL KINDS. 



WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 

iiifl iiiiiii mifiiii 

AND 

GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, 

No. 33 North Water Street, (Corner Water & Chesnnt,] 



WILMINGTON BIRECTORY. 



WALTEB H. McRAE, B. H. GURGANUS. 

McBAE & 6URGANUS, 

Commission Merchants, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF 

moi Mvii mm & ciMm fhe bjiuy. 

Prompt personal attention given to sales of produce put in our 
hands. 

GLOBE SALOON, 

J. SHERMAN, Proprietor, 

NO. 1 GRANITE ROW, 

MOQ.[j^DK[]©T®K]g Mo ©3 

A fine selection of choice WINES, ALE, CiaAES, &c., and 
LIQUORS of aU kinds. 



]VIeals at all liours, 

le is always bountifully supplied with every 
1 furnish. 

Si'OYSTEES IN SEASON.' 



The table is always bountifully supplied with every luxury the 
market can furnish. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 89 

ELLIS & MITCHELL. 

WHOLES-\LE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

CORN, PEAS, OATS, RYE, 

WHEAT, BRAN, HAY, FLOUR, 

Meal, Hominony, &c. cfec. 
No. 9 North Water Street, 

MDL5^DKfl©T(o)K], KQa ©a 

J. B. ORRELL, T. C. LEWIS. 

ORRELL & LEWIS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c., 

NO. 8 MARKET STREET, 

Keep constantly on hand every article necessary for family supplies. 
They have a full stock on hand and are constantly receiving fresh 
goods per steamers. They solicit the patronage of their friends 
and the public generally. 



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WILMINGTON DIKECTOUY. 



C. TIENKEN, JOHN G. BAUMAN. 

TIENKEN & BAUMAN, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions, 

ALE, WINES, BRANDY, WHISKEY, 



AND 



WQU0RS m ALI. EIISS. 

IM, IMS Mi IM! lii'lMlj 

WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE, 

Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c., 

Nos. 20 and 22 South Front Street, 

■WILMI¥G-TO¥, F. G. 



WILMINGTON DIRCCTOKY. ^l 



Merchant s Exchange Hotel. 

FAY & RAFFERTY, Proprietors, 

NO. 51 MARKET STREET, 

There is attached to the house a first class 

S .A. Xj5 O O INJ , 

where will be kept always on hand a choice selection of the best 

, .t,.Al^,,„WINES, BRANDIES^ ;:r" 



AND 



LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, 

O IGrA. RS, &c. 

-»- 

%B OYSTERS in season. 



The table is always supplied with every luxury the market affords. 



BILLIA-RD ROOMS 

Open for the amusement of guests at all times. 



RATES OF BOARD THE LOWEST IN THE CITY. 



'92 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

A. H. YANBOKKELEN, 

Comiiiissioii & ForTsrarding 

MERCHANT, 

41,^ North Water Street, 

HALL AND NUTT'S WHAKVES, 

(BETWEEN CHESNUT AND MULBERKY STREETS,) 

WQL[f^[][I^(gT@5^s, m, ©3 

Consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores, and other Southern pro- 
duce and manufactures solicited, and will fill orders for merchan- 
dize, all of which will receive his prompt personal attention. 

Merchandize and other articles forwarded to any Roint desired. 

Orders for the purchase of merchandize, and consignments of 
same for sale, solicited. 

G. H. W. RUNGE, J. H. G. KORDLANDER. 

RUNGE & KORDLANDER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

GEOCERIES, PROVISIONS, 

ALES, WINES, BRANDIES, LAGER BEER, 

AND 

WiWiEs m AW Kills, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

siisiFMiiii mil Fip, \m rat 

AND 

BOTTLERS OF ALE & PORTER, 

NO. 3 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOBY. 93 



A. ADRIAN. H. VOLLERS. 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



Groceries and Liquors, 

• i : .: . IMPORTERS OF 

MAM AND GERIAH CIGARS, 

AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

South-East Corner Front and Dock Streets, 
'''■ ^ %ILMINGTON, N. h'^^^ 



J^" Prompt personal attention given to the sale of 

Cotton, ISTaTal Stores, 

AND . .,:ic. 

■" GENEEAL PEODUCE. 

CONSIGNMENTS EESPECTFULLY SOLICITEI>. 



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TIVILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



WlLMIiNGTON 



iimi 



liii 



AND 



9 






JOURNAL BUILDINGS, 
PRINCESS STREET, 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Ledgers, Journals, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

BLA^K BOOKS MADE TO ORDEB. 

ALSO, 

RULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Repaired or bound in all the various styles, in the most durable 
manner. • 

Old Books of every description done at the shortest notice. 

P. HEINSBERGER. 



OITTT 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



The following represents the principal merchants and business 
men in their respective branches : 

Insurance. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, Princess near Water, Agents Fiie, Marine 
and Life Insurance Companies of New York and Baltimore. 

Dudley & Bro., 5 South Water, up stairs, Agents Underwriters* 
Agency, New England, (of Boston,) Globe and New York 
Accidental Insurance Companies of New York city. 

George, E. P., office with Cronly & Morris, Agent Hartford, At- 
lantic, and Traveler's Accidental Insurance Companies. 

Harriss & Howell. North Water, Agents North Carolina Mutual 
Life Insurance Company. 

Kidder & Martin, corner Water and Dock, (up stairs,) Agents 
Home, Phoenix and Merchant's Insurance Companies. 

Smith, Wm. L., office at Bank of Wilmington, Agent Phanix 
Insurance Company of Hartford. 

Wallace & Southerland, 24 North Water, (up stairs,) Agents 
Greensboro' Mutual Insurance Company. 
Ocean Steamers. 

Bradley & Woehler, North Water, Agents Commercial Line Steam- 
ers W. P. Clyde and Fairbanks to New York. 

Barry, H M, North Water, Agent Steamers Starlight and Com- 
mander to New York. 

Harriss & Howell, North Water, Agents A. C. S. S. Line Steam- 
ers Euterpe and Twilight to New York. 

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96 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Sailing Packets. 

Flanner, Wm. B., North Water, Agent Murray's Line to New 
York. 

Harriss & Howell, North Water, Agents Keystone Line to Phila- 
delphia, and New York and Boston lines. 

Worth & Daniel, 20 South Water, Agents Union Line to New 
York and Southern Line to Philadelphia. 

River Steamers. 

Worth & Daniel, 20 South Water, Agents Cape Fear Line to Fay- 
ette ville. 
[There are several other lines to Fayetteville, all of which come 
to their owners. One new line is about being established, the 
agent of which cannot be ascertained.] 



Auctioneers. 'luC 

Cronly & Morris, office No. 6 South Water, (up stairs.) 
Poalk & Allen, No. 3 South Water, (up stairs.) 
Shackelford, James, No. 32 North Water, ' • 

West, S. M., No 6 South Water. 



Attorneys. 

Baker, John A., . 

Cutlar, DuBrutz, over Bank of Wilmington. 

Empie, A., Journal Buildings, Princess bt 2d and Front. 

Holmes, John L., Court House, Princess bt 2d and 3d. 

London, M, . 

Moore, B. R. , Journal Buildings, Princess bt Front and 2d. 
Person & French, corner Market and Water, (up stairs.) 
Poisson, Fred D., Princess bt 2d and 3d, opp Court Hoiise. 
Strange, R., Market bt 2d and 3d. ,,y j/[ }[ 

Waddell, A. M., Market bt 2d and 3d. - ' • 

Wright, Wm. A., 3d bt Market and Dock. 
Wright, Julius W., Princess bt 2d and 3d, opp Court House, 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 97 



Blacksmiths 

Burtt, S, Mulberry bt Front and Water. 
Highsmith, Wm, 10th bt Princess and Market. 



Bakers. 

Thorburn, R, Eagle Bakery, cor Front and Dock. 
Lessman, A, 11 South 2d, bt Market and Dock. 
Patten, Wm, 44 Market. 



Banks 



Bank of Cape Fear, 9 Front, bt Market and Princess. 
Bank of Wilmington, 26 Front, bt Market and Princess. 
Commercial Bank, cor Water and Chesnut, (up stairs.) 
Savings Bank, Journal Buildings. 



Billiard Saloons. 

Verandah Saloon, 10 South Water. 

Fay & Rafferty, Merchant's Exchange Hotel, 51 Marketl 

Bo-wling Alley. 

Verandah Saloon, 10 South Water. 



Bookbindery. 
Heinsberger, P, Journal Buildings, Princess bt Front and 2d. 



Books and Stationery. 

Whitaker, T S, 36 Market. 



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Brokers, (Exchange.) 

Dawson, James, 28 Market. 

Gradj, B F, corner Princess anl Water. 

Wilkinson, Jos, 34 Market. 



Boots and Shoes. 

Bradley, G & C, 41 J^arket. 
French, George R & Son, 11 Market. 



Butchers. 

Bishop, John, Market House. 
Johnson, T H & Bro, Market House. 
King, Jere J, Market House. 
iKing, John B, Market House. 
Millis & Savage. Market House. 
Petteway, James, Market House. 



Clothing. 

Aaron, Bavid & Co, 25 Market. 

Baldwin, Munson & Co, 38 Market. 

Bear, Sol & Bros, 18 Market. 

Bear, S & Co, 41 and 42 North Water. 

Cohn & Rytenberg, 43 Market. 

David, A & Co, 53 Market. 

Kahnweiler & Bro, S W cor Market and Front. 

Lyon, Jacob, N E cor Market and North Water. 

McCormick, James, 27 Market. 

Newman, P, 37 North Water. 

Simpson, S M, 33 and 35 Market. 

Samson, J & H, 45 Market. 

Weill, A & Co, 13 Market. 



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Commission JMCerchants. 

Andrews & Bardin, 5 South Water, (up /stairs.) ,T 

Anderson, James & Co, 9 South Water. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, Princess, near Water, /[[ 

Adrian & VoUers, S E cor Front and Dock. ' •'' 

Bradley & Woehler, N Water, (West side,) bt Chesnut and Mul'- 

berry. 
Barry, Horace M, N Water, bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Blossom, Jos R & Co,. Dock, bt Front and Water. 
Chadbourn, Jas H & Co, Dock, bt Front and Water. 
Cox, Kendall & Co, 23 North Water. 
Eilers, H B, S E cor Market and Dock. 
FinlaysoD, M U & Bro, 5 North Water, (up stairs.) 
Planner, Wm B, North Water, bt Princess and Chesnut. ' 
Greene, Zeno H, 4 North Water. 

Hall, A E, 22 North Water. ''^ ^'Oili 

Harriss & Howell, North Water, bt Princess and Chesnut. 
Kidder & Martin, cor Dock and Water, (up stairs.) 
Keith, E A, 15i North Water, (up stairs.) 
Martin, Alfred, 5 South Water.' 

Mui-ray & Murchison, North Water, bt Princess j»nd|C,h6Snuti,,, ^ 
McRae & Gurganus, 3 North Water. • ^ • ,.o 

McRary, W H & Co, N E cor Princess and Water. 
Mastin, C H, 32 North Water. 
Moffitt, McNeill & Co, 4 South Water. 
Mclnnis, M, 16 North Water. 
Oldham, Alex, 6 South Water. 
Parsley, G & Co, 6 North Water. 

Poalk & Allen, 8 South Wateir, (upstairs.) ;; 

Petteway & Moore, Planner's building, North Walter. '''■ 

Russell & Ellis, 10 North Water. 
Shackelford, Haas & Co, SI and 32 North Water. 
Southerland, A, South Water, bt Dock and Orange. W "'^^ 
Sprunt, Alex, South Water, bt Dock and Orange. ■■-!'..; -'[ 



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VanBokkelen, A H,' 41|^Nortli Water. 

Worth & Daniel, South AVater/bt Dock and Orange* 

Wallace k Southerland, 24 North Water,, (up, staiBS*,).. .;.-, ■<!•!■, bu A 

Williams, W A & Son, 7 South Water. ,/)o;- 1:.| j-.ii^ :)> no^.aHiL 

Willard, James A. 29 North .Wffifcen'a iod 3 8 ,3iolIoV it aBiihk 

West, S M, 6 South Water. ",' ^ .■y^'s^TJ Y. .•ro'flooV?' J. -^^.-Al 







.J /.Cabinet Make]fii.,oO i. >j 

"■' '..-,; , , ■''' 'hld.P.\\' 

Daymen & Johnson, cor 2d and Market. * . „ , ., . 

Jenkins & Bro, Princess, bt Front and Water. ^ '^ ' , 

Civil Enginfeers. 

James & Brown, Princess bt Front and 2d, next West of Journsjl 
Buildings. , H^^2?.tnBH 

.__ , .....iiilfl A-xoJjbiil 

'.:■ : ,. , ''.IM ^Aa.iliiaZ 

Croch;^yV/ ib^.-a 5 ,yy\Mk .aiJixsK 
Perrin, Henry R, 30 Market. ■^^^^^;^"''^ .noaido-iiil^ :2> I^rniK 
Smith, D A, 26 and 28 South Front." " -'"'^ 

VanAmringe, S, 61 Market. 

-^iioS i' ,oO i(> ilioMoM /Jimol". 

Confectioneries.'^' ■ -^^ , i^tnloK 

Agostini, F M, 16 Market. •") O .Y9f8-i£>'I 

Flanagan, L, 21 and 23 South Front. ,jj^ iiilxjol 

Lessman, A, 11 South 2d, bt Market and Dock. , ^ ^m^^^l 

. i's j&nossjjii 

.0;^??^'?^^*°'^^^^^ Buildersf. ^ F.„,r,o,fto^ 
Post, James F, PrinoeSs'bt 2d and 3d, opp Court House. . - 
Walker, James, cor Front aiid Walnut. 



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WILMINGION DIRECTORY. JOi 



Drugs and Chemicals. 

Day & Wright, 71 Market. 

Lippitt, W H, 55 Market. 

McLin, Henry, N W cor Front and Market. 






Willis, Elijah, 47 Market. °,,- ...^ 



Dentists. 

Corbin, Lillington, rjID jjgovlu-.i! 

Carr, Dr Thos B, 45| Market, (up stairs.) ^.A. d .diiicBi 



Dry Goods, &c. 

Aaron, David, 25 Market. 
'Bear, Sol & Bros, 18 Market. 
Bear, S & Co, 41 and 42 North Water. 
Blumenthal, S & Co, cor Market and Front. 
Bauer, F L, 23 Market. 
Cohn & Ryttenberg, 43 Market. 
Dawson, John, 19 and 21 Market. 
Davids, A & Co, 53 Market. 
Hedrick & Ryan, 5 and 7 North Front, next South of Cape Fear 

Bank. 
Hall, C M, 29 Market. 

Jacobi, N & Co, 9 Market. ,. ,, ^^,, „ 

Kahnweiler & Bro, S W cor Market and Froutir "tJ^",^""'^ Vt '^ "^"^ 
Lyon, Jacob, N E cor Market and North Water.', r ""'-j/V 'T^"*- 
Marcus &K^r 39 Ma^^ .,. ,^^^^^^ ^ ^ ,^ ^ 

Simpson, SM 33 and 35 Market. -, g, ,, ^ ^^^^^^^ _^^^ 

Samson, J & H, 45 Market. ,,„.,^ .^^ ^ ^ ^ ■ 

Weill, A & Co, 13 Market. ^ ^ " 'i^f ,, '^J^t 

Waldron, A, 34 Market. 
Witcover S, 15 Market. 






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Adams Express Company, 3 Granite Row, Ja^ Blac'dm^er' A'getii. 

Southern Express Company, 3 Granite "KowV'Jam^s'^MactimM^ 

Agent. ^ _j -.^ ... , ., ^^, 

City Baggage Express, J E Gadsby, pro^rietbr,' S'^GraAit'e 'StH^J' 



Furniture. 

Poltogt, Chas & Co, cor Front and Princess. 
Smith, D A, 26 and 28, South Front. 



Grain Dealers. 

Ellis & Mitchell, 9 North Water. 

Oldham, Alex, cor North "Water and W^lw^, , , , , < • 

. I jl„'i; I,',, ox ,f,.i'i<L v-'j :■':■. ^'i.'i-^O. 

■ - Ih '^Y: 2^ ban tb ,oO -1 3 ^ised 
Gunsmiths. ;''^/;^^!^'^"^^? 

Neff, A H, 19 South Front. eO 

PoUey, H N, Princess bt Front and Water. ..Ci 

.iSil'iJjlu -.-. ,0'j 'Ji A ,eiiyjf\Bli 

Groceries, &c. ^CI 

Adrian & Toilers, corner Front and Dock. , ,, , ia ; L„„t 

Bate & Wescott, 32 Market. ^ ,^ ^ .(-'■ :?, .^^IJowarfsH 

Barry, Horace M, North Water bt Chesniat'an'^ Mutberryr-j- j 

Bradley & Woehler, North Water bt Chesnut & Mulberry^ l.uoS^ 
Bremer, H M, N E corner Front and Doc^.. / ,.,. ,. ,-, ' l„«r«;P 
Cox, Kendall & Co, 23 North Water. :' '"^^ i^ 

T'Vc''.'r.r ""''''■ ^^^^'"^^^ 

Elliot, H C, 7 Market. .,.-...?"'■? " ,,, .r.r.-- 

French, George Z & Co, 10 South Front. ' ' '" ' ' ' 

Greene, Zeno H, 4 North Water. 



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Huggins, W T, S E corner Market and 2d. 

Hussell & Bappler, corner North Water and Mulberry. 

Heyer & Ulrich, 39 North Water. 

Hopkins & Johnstone, 2 Granite Row. 

Larkins & Hardwick, 59 Market. 

Lynch, Thomas, S W corner Water and Princess. 

Levy, Jonas P, Dock bt Front and Water. 

McTnnis, M, 16 North Water. 

Myers, George, 11 and 13 South Front. 

Mallard & King, 69 IMarket. 

Neff, Joseph H, cor Water and Dock. 

Newman, P, N E cor Water and Chesnut, 

Orrell & Lewis, 8 Market. 

Runge & Kordlander, 3 South Front. 

Shackelford, Haas & Co, 31 and 32 North Water. 

Smith, D A, 26 and 28 South Front. 

Smith & Strauss, 65 Market. 

Tienken & Bauman, 20 and 22 South FrontJ 

VanAmringe, Stacey, 61 Market. 

Williams & Potter, 57 Market. 



Hotels. 



Bailey's Star Hotel, 22 Front, James H Bailey, proprietor. 
City Hotel, cor Market and 2d, Frederick & Shemwell,. proprietors. 
Farmers' House, North Water, bt Mulberry and Walnut. 
Merchants' Exchange Hotel, 51 Market, Fay & Rafferty, propr'ts. 
Rock Spring Hotel, Chesnut, bt Front and Water, John Rooney, 

proprietor. 
Railroad Hotel, cor Front and Red Cross, J R Faulkner & Co, 

proprietors. 
Mechanics' Hotel, Front, bt Orange and Ann, Thomas Daniels, 

proprietor. 
Seaman's Home, cor Front and Dock, Geo W Williams, keeper. 



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Hard^ware. 

Dawson, John, 19 and 21 Market. 
Peck, Geo A & Co, 15 South Front. 



Iron and Brass Foundries'. 

Hart & Bailey, proprietors Wilmington Iron and Copper Works, 

17 Market. 
Roberts, Thos E, proprietor Clarendon Iron Works, Queen, bt 

Surry and Water. 



Ice Dealer. 

Furlong, Walter, Dock, bt Fr«nt and Water. 



Livery Stables. 

Currie, S A & Co, cor Princess and 2d. 
Steagall, B, Princess, bt 3d and 4th. 



Millinery. 

Bauer, F L, 25 Market. 
Cohn & Ryttenberg, 43 Market, 
Flanagan, L, 21 and 23 South Front. 
Kahnweiler & Bro, cor Front and Market. 



Merchant Tailors. 



Baldwin, Munson & Co, 38 Market. 
McCormick, James, 27 Market. 



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■^VILMINGTON DIRKCTORY. 105 

Manufacturers Ale, Ginger Pop, &c. 

Klander, L, cor Front and Church. 
Runge & Kordlander, 3 South Front. 



Notaries Public. 

Evans, Thomas, Dock bt Front and Water. 
Loeb, Jacob, 9 South Water. 
Poisson, W M, office W & W Railroad. 
Smith, Wm L, office Bank of Wilmington. 



Newspapers. 

Wilmington Journal, Fulton k Price, proprietors, Princess bt 

Front and 2d. 
Wilmington Dispatch, Barry i*y; Bernard, proprietors, 42 Market, 

(up stairs,) 
Wilmington Herald, Thomas M Cook & Co, proprietors, 36 3Iar- 

ket, (up stairs.) 
City Visitor, Kirkland tV Co, proprietors. 



Painters. i 

Burr, C E & Co. 33 South Front, bt Dock and Orange. 

Fanning, P W, Front bt Orange and Ann. 

Kliag, Fred, 25 South Front. 

iladison & Thomson, Princess bt Front and Water. x£ 

.a 



Photographic Galleries. 

VanOrsdell, C M, 40| Market. 

Batchelder, W, Front bt Market and Princess, -"^^jf^ff .? ^^^''^ 



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Physicians, 

Anderson, E A, Market bt 2d and 3d. 
Berry, Wm A, Front bt Market and Princess; 
Bradley, A 0, Front bt Dock and Orange. 
Cutlar, F J, over Bank of Wilmington. 
Ertkenker, I F, cor Market and 2d, (up stairs.) 
Freeman, Wm E, Front bt Chesnut and Mulberry r 
King, J Francis, 69 Market, (up stairs.) 
Langdon, Walter R, 3Iarket bt 4th and 5th. 
Love, Wm J, Front bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 
McRee, James F, Jr, cor Front and Chesnut. 
Med way, A, Front bt Dock and Orange. 
Robinson, J S, Front bt Chesnut and Mulberry. 
Swann, John, corner 3d and Chesnut. 
Sehonwald, J T, Princess bt Front and Water. 
Thomas, W G, cor Market and 4th. 
Walker; Joshua G, Priiicess bt Front and 2d. ■'' 
Wood, Thomas F, Princess bt Front and 2d. 
WHght, A E, Market bt 2d and 3d. 



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Tobacco, Cii?ars, &c, 

Burkhimer, Henry, 6 Market. 
VanSickle, J, 12 Market. 



Upholstery and Paper Ilaugiug. 

Polvogt, Chas & Co, cor Front and Princess. 
Smith, D A, 26 and 28 South Front. 



Watches and Jewelry. 



Brown & Anderson, 87 Market. 
Knohl, F W, 9 South Front, 



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Restaurants. 

Bailey, J A, Star Saloon, Front bt Market and Princess. 
Fay & Rafferty, 51 Market. ' 
Sherman, J, Globe Saloon, 1 G-ranite Row. 
Webb, Harrv, 20 Market. 



Saloons, 

Bailey, J A, Star Saloon, Front bt Market and Princess. 

Bivens, W J, Rock Spring Saloon, 34 North Water. 

Driscoll & Kerrigan, Wilmington House, Toomer's Alley, bt Front 
and 2d. 

Fay & Rafferty, Merchants' Exchange Hotel Saloony 51 Mavkei. 

Faulkner, J R & Co, Railroad_ Hotel Saloon, cor Front and Red 
Cross. 

Kelley, Stephen, 18 North Water. '*• ; 

Lumsden, James Q, Half- Way House, 21 North Front, bt Prin- 
cess and Chesnut. 

Mit^hel, James H, Gem Saloon, 8 South Water. 

Meier, Jos, National Saloon, Dock bt Front and Water. 

Peden, Wm N, Clarendon Bar, 4 Market. 

Bunge & Kordlander, 3 South Front. 

feharpsteen, W H, Verandah Saloon, 10 South Water. 

Storer, A R, Wilmington Bar, 10 Market.' ,-'^,j '' ''^'^,^ 

Sherman, J, Globe Saloon, 1 Granite Row. 

Webb, Harry, Harnet Saloon, 20 Market. t 



Ship Cli^andlery. 

Levy, Jonas P, Dock bt Front and Water, 
Neff, Joseph H, cor Dock and Water. 



Saddlery and Harness* 

Jacobs, B J, 69 Market. 



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Topham, James S & Co, 8 South Front. 
Wilipon, James, 5 Market. 



Steam Saw and Planing Mills. 

Chadbourn, J H & Co, oflf Dock bt Front and Water. 
Kidder & Martin, off cor Dock and Water, (up stairs.) 
Northrop, S & W H, ">U1 South Water bt Queen and Castle. 



Tin Ware and Stoves. 

Neff, A H, 19 South Front. 

Policy, H N, Princess bt Water and Front. 



Turpentine Distillers. 

Blossom, Jos K & Co, Dock bt Front and Water. 

Bussell & Ellis, 10 North Water. 

TanBokkelen, A H, 41 J North Water bt Chesnut and Mulberry".' - 



Wines and Liquors. - 

Alexander, S D, 10 North Front. 
Adrian & Vollers, S E cor. Front and Dock. 
Bremer, H M, N E cor Front and Dock. 
Elliot, H C, 7 Market. 
Egan, P & Co, 46 North Water. 
French, George Z & Co, 10 South Front. 
Hussell & Bappler, S E cor North Water and Mulberry. 
Hopkins & Johnstone, 2 Grranite Row. ' ,^'- 

Myers, George, 11 and 13 South Front, Chas D Myers, Agent. 
Newman, P, N E cor North Water and Chesnut. 
Runge & Kordlander-, 3 South Front. 

Tienken & Bauman, 22 and 24 South Front. ^ r -r 

8[ .sdoofili 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 109 



H. MARCUS,' "^3.10 AUGUST KEHE. 

[PAROUS k ICEHfl, 

'" ,/ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, 



HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 
BENT'S FUENISHINS GOODS AM FANCY ARTICLES. 

NO. 39 MARKET STREET, 

WILM3NGTON, N. C. 
SURGICAL MB MECEArJICAL 

^ de:n'tist, ^ 

'^> WILMINGTON, N^^r^ 

DENTISTS SUPPLIED WITH ARTIFICIAL TEETH 
AT PHILADELPHIA PRICES. 

ArraBgements will soon' be perfected , wliich' will' feliableime to 
send a 

To my friends in the country. - 



W^ifpi 



110 WILMINGTON DIIIECTORY. 



PRICES OF GOLD FOR CONFEDERATE MONEI.,, 

COMPILED EV B. F. GRADY, EXCHANGE BEOKEH AND BANKEK, T,-1L3UXGT0N, N. C. 

1861. - 

July 15 to November 15 10 per cent. 

November 15 to December 31 20 " 

1862. 

January l,to Febniary 15 

February 15 to April 15 

April 15 to June 1 80 " 

June 1 to August 1 2 00 for one. 

August 1 to October 15 2 50 " 

October 15 to December 31 "3 00 " . IT 

Januaiy 1 to March 1 -> 8 ^- '^^^^ 

March 1 to June 1 .i.^-. . .., 5 00 *' 

Junelto July 1... .v.*^.^..,,, 7 00 

July 1 to August 1. . .'..■•... . . /.{ . . .... . ..-...'. 15 00 

August 1 to September 1 .■,.,.^.„^.. ,.,.,. 14. 0P-,.^„'.!„,_„ 

September 1 to November 15 15 00 _ " 

November 15 to December 31 .f |Oj^T " 

1864. 

January 1 to March 1 ^^iA- J.^'-.- ^^ 

March 1 to September 15 20 00 " 

September 15 to December 15. . . .1 TT'^T. f^. ...... : 26 00 



December 15 to Decei^ber .31 . , . , . .f.A.. lC ' 50 00\^ ,;j^'xJl 

/:i?EC.'3:53:a:ci^^''s:.:2a::: ,._ ^^ 

January 1 : 60 00 " 

JanuaiT 15. .'M J-l- U' 65 00 " 

February 1 50 00 " 

February 15 45 00 " « |{£ 

March 1 60 00 « 

Marchl5 60 00 " 

Aprill ..7000 " , 

AprU15 100 00 ^^' '- 

The above are the general rates at which Confederate money sold 
for as compared with Gold during the tdme specified, or during, the 
•war. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTOEY. ,1^(1 



JOSEPH. B. BUSSELL, CHAELES S. ELLIS. 

RUSSELL & ELLIS, 

Commission Merchants, 

10 NORTH WATER STREET, 

^D[L[i^D[i^@T(Q)RQg ROo ©3 

PROMPT PEESO^"AL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE S.\LE OF 

COTTON, NAVAL STORES, GRAIN, &c. &c. 

BALDWIN, MUNSON & CO., 

MERCHANT TAILOES, 



AND DEALERS IN 



TRUNKS, SHIRTS, HATS, PBRFMERIES, &C., 

No. 38 Market Street, 

MD[!=[BflOKi©ir©Kis ca. ©o 



112 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



sol; bear & BROTHERS, 

18 MARKET STREET, 



MAISTJFACTUEERS OF 



OX^OTX3:3:iNJC3r, 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Dry Groods, Hats, Oaps,^ 
BOOTS AND SHOES, 

CLOTHS, CISSIMERES, UMX ARTICLES,:&C. 
MURRAY & MURCHISON, 

Wholesale Grocers 



AND 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NORTH WATER STREET, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

E. MURRAY, ) Wilminpfnn N T I K- M- MURCHISON, / ^^ York. 

P. K. MURCHISON, \ Wilmington, N. C. [ j^ rj,_ MURRAY, [ ^*^^ ^°^^- 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. lid 



B. J. JACOBS, 

.MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

HARNESS, SADDLERY, &c. &c. 

Bridles, Trunks, &c., 

MADE AND REPAIRED \yiTH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 

o. 69 Market Street,- 

S. BEAE & CO, 



DEALERS IX 



STAPLE AND FANCY DBY GOODS, 

' Ready-made Olotliiiig, 

mt% tm, iiif I mm, i mil 

VALISES, CAEPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS, 

AND 

Nos. ^1 and 42 North Water Street, 



114 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

JOHN G. VOSS, 

MAKEll OF 

U^Boots and Shoes^^ 

OF EVERY STYLE. 

411 orders for Work executed promptly and etJicientl)". 
REP^IRIISTG 

COKE NFATLY AND WITH DISPATCH, AND AT THE LOWEST BATES. 

No. 25 South Front Street, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

POALK & ALLEN, 

iNG and COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, 

No. 3 South Water Street, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



REFER TO 

HABEISS >'i: HOWELL. WAL M. HARPJSS, WM. B. PLANNER, 

J. SHACKELFORD. 



Jl^We also sell at AUCTION under license of J. Shackelford, 
who is concerned with us in this line of our business. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORr. US 



HENRY SHUTTE, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

-HOOTS Al SHOES. 

KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

SHOE STOCK, 

NO. 11 NORTH FRONT STREET, 

WllL!F»iDlM(§T@INl, IM. ©. 

KELLY S SALOON, 

m. 18 NORTH WATER STREET, 

WILMISTGTOF, F. G. 

Keeps constantly on hand a large and choice selection of fine 

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC LIQOORS 

OF ALL KINDS. 

^^OYSTEES in their season.^^ 

HAVAIsTi^ OIGi^RS, &c. 
STEPHEN KELLY, Proprietor. 



(JENERAL DIRECTORY. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor, 

JOHN DAWSON. 

Commissioners. 

James Sbackelford Alfred Martin. 

John Gr. Bauraan. Stephen D. Wallace. 

Eli Murray Wm. t?. Anderson. 

Mayor's Court meets at 3 o'clock, P. M. 

City Clerk and Treasurer, T. W. Anderson. 

City Tax Cvllector Thomas H. Howey. 

City Surveyor. ..." Wm. H. James. 

City Police. 

Chief of Police, .-...Paul McGreal. 

Assistaut Chief of Police,. John GriflBth. 

/ -..Chief of Nij^ht Police,... L. W. Hannon. 

.lili. 

Fire Department. 

Chief Engineer, James Mitchell. 

Assistant Chief Engineer, James Macomber. 

FIRE WARDENS. 

Chief Fire Warden,. W. Burkhimer. 

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WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 117 



Assistant Fire Warden, A. H. Vanl3okk«l*a, 

Avon E. Hall, James H. Ryan. 

James McCormick. James G. Green. 

E. Schulken. 



Howard Fire Company. 

President, R. Bate. 

Treasurer, G, H. W. Rungo. 

Secretary, H. VoUers. 

Foreman, J. Spelman. 

Ist A ««'«*"»'* ^ ^ TlrPimer. 

2 



C 



RAIL ROADS. 



Wilmington and Weldon Rail Road. 
President, R. R. Bridgers. 

DIRECTORS. 

P. K. Dickinson .,, W. A. Wright. 

S. D. Wallace .'. Alfred Martin. 

A. H. VanBokkelen Eli Murray. 

Edward Kidder John Everett. 

W. D. Faircloth , John Norfleet. 



118 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



OFFICERS. 

Engineer and Superintendent S. L. Fremont. 

Secretary and Treasurer, J. W. Thompson. 

Superintendent of Transportation, William Smith. 

General Ticket x\gent and Clerk, Wm. M. Poisson. 

General Freight Agent, G. L. Dudley. 

Master 'Mechanic, ...:...^;.'... ...John F. Divine. 

SCHEDULE OF TAcSENGER TRAINS. 

Leave Wilmington daily at 4.00 P. M. 

Arrive at Weldon daily at 8.00 A. M. 

Leave Weldon daily at .;..... 2.00 P. M. 

Arrive at Wilmington daily at.... 5.40 A. M. 



" Connects at Wilmingtou T-icn Wilmington & iVanchester Rail- 
road ; at Goldsboro' with North Carolina Railroad, and Atlantic & 
N. C. Railroad; at Weldon with trains to and from Petersburg by 
Gaston Ferry, and on direct to Norfolk and Washington. 



Wilmington and Manchester Rail Road. 
President, Oscar G. Parsley, Sr. 

DIRECTORS. 

John Dawson... .^., ..Henry Nutt. 

John A. Taylor '....N. N.Nixon. 

James G. Burr, Richard Bradley. 

J. EH Gregg Moore. 

Maj. Haynesworth. 



Wrr.MINGTON DrRUCTORY. 119- 



General Superintendent, Henry 31. Drau.-. 

Assistant Superintendent, ...v W. H, McDowell. 

Secretary and Treasurer, William A. Walker. 

General Freight Agent, .,.John L. Cantwell. 

SCHEDULE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. 

Leave AYilmingtou daily at 6:00 A. M., 

Arrive at Florence at 6.30 P. M., 

Arrive at Kingsville at 1.25 A. M.^ 

Leave Kingsville dai'y at 7.35 P. M., 

Arrive at Florence at ....2.05 A. M.^ 

Arrive at Wilmington at 3.05 P. M. 

TABLE OF DISTANCE,? FROM WILMINGTON TO 

Flemiugton, 34 miles.. Florence, ,...107 niiles.i.ji'l 

Whiteville 44 " srimmonsville, 119 " . V. 

Fair Bluff, 63 " Lynchburg 127 " .:* 

Nichols', 72 " ;Mayesville, 137 ' " 

Mullins', 78 " Sumter...... 146 " .. 

Marion, 86 " Manchester, 157 " , 

Pee Dee,... 94 " Kingsville, 171 " 

Mar's Bluff, 101 " 

Connects at Florence with North Eastern Railroad, and Cheraw 
and Darlington Railroad ; at Kingsville with South Carolina Rail 
Road. 



Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Rail Road. 
President, Robert IT. Cowan. 

DIRECTORS. 

Samuel J. Person Joseph Green. 

John A. McDowell ...„. Robert S. French. 

Walter L. Steele : Stephen W. Cole. 

Samuel H. Walkup .E. Nye Hutchinson. 

Haywood W. Guion C. C. Henderson. 

^ A. G. Logan. 



120 wilming;on directory. 



Superintendent, , Roger P. Atkinson. 

Treasurer and Master of Transportation.... W. H. Allen. 

Master Mechanic, J. B. Gajle. 

Freight Agent I. T. Alderman. 

SCHEDULE. 

Leave Wilmington every Tuesday, Thursday & Sat'day, at 8 A. M. 

Arrive at Sand Hill on same days at 4 P. M. 

Leave Sand Hill every Monday, Wed'sday & Friday, at. .7 A. M. 
Arrive at Wilmington on same days at 3 P. M- 

TABLE OP DISTANCES FROM WILMINGTON TO 

Biverside 6 milesiMoss Neck 76 miles. 



North West, 15 

Marlville, 26 

Rosindale 38 

Brown Marsh, 46 

Bladenboro', 54 

Lnmberton, 68 



Red Banks, 84 

Shoe Heel 89 

iLaurinburg, 95 

Laurel Hill, 101 

ISandHill 110 



BANKS. 



Bank of Cape Fear, 

JJfo. 9 North Front street, between Market and Frinceas. 
President— Wm. A. Wright. 
Cashier — James G. Burr. 
Book Keeper — Jos. McLaurin. 

MBKCTOBS. 

p. K. Dickinson. ■ » John Wooster. 

James Anderson Robert Strange. 

Daniel L. Russell Wm. B. Giles. 

Jesse H. Lindsay , Adam Empie. 

<Teorge R. French Sion H. Rogers. 



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121 



Bank of Wilmington, 

Front street, between Market and Princess 
President — John McRae. 
Cashier — William L. Smith. 

DIRECTORS. 

John McRae Alfred Martin. 

Stephen D. Wallace William H. McKarj. 

William A. Berry George R. French. 

Levi A. Hart. 



Wilmington Savings £ank, 

Journal Buildings, Princess street, between Front and 2d. 
President — John A. Tajlor. 
Cashier — P. W. Fanning. 

DIRICTORS. 

John A. Taylor Alfred Martin. 

Stephen D. Wallace Daniel Fergus. 

Alfred Alderman. 
Board of Directors meet Tuesday of each week. 



Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 

Office corner Chesnut and North Water streets, (up stairs.) 
President — Oscar G, Parsley, Sr. 
Cashier — Asa K. Walker. 

DIRECTORS. 

Oscar G. Parsley Eli Murray. 

Henry Nutt John D. Bellamy. 

N. N. Nixon W. G.Thomas. 

Bennefc Planner Z. Latimer. 

Edward Kidder. 



122 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Churches. 



Baptist, cor Orange and 6th, i'ev. , pastor. 

Baptist, Front, bt Ann and Nun. 

Baptist, (now building,) cor Market and 5th, Rev. Mr. Young, 

pastor. (Services held at City Hall.) 
Episcopal, (St. James, j'cor Market and 3d, Rev. A. A. Watson, 

pastor. 
Episcopal, (St. John's,) cor 3d and Red Cross, Rev. R. E. Terry, 

pastoi . 
Episcopal, (St Paul's,) cor 4th and Orange, Rev G-eo Patterson. 

pastor. 
Lutheran, (now building/) cor Market and 6th. 
Methodist Episcopal, cor Front anl Walnut, Rev L S Burkhead, 

pastor. 
Methodist Episcopal, (S,) 5th, bt Nun and Church. 
Presbyterian, '1st,) cor 3d and Orange. 

Presbyteiiau, Chesnut, bt 7th and 8th, Rev. , pastor. 

Roman Catholic, (St Thomas.) Dock, bt 2d and 3d, Rev I)r Cor- 
coran, priest. 
Seaman's Bethel, Dock, bt Front and South Water, Rev ^ 

pastor. 



Oakdale Cemetery. 

President, Edward Kidder. 

Secretary and Treai3urer, P. W. Fanning. 

Superintendent, Timothy Donlon. 

DIRECTORS. 

William A. Wright John A. Taylor. 

Stephen D. Wallace George R. French 

Edward Kidder. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 123 



Port Government. 

COMMISSIONERS OF NAVIGATION . 

P. "W. Fanning, Chairman. 

A. P. Kepiton..- B, F. Mitchell. 

John A. Taylor James Anderson* 

Clerk and Treasurer, Thos. H Howey. 

Harbor Master,... G. W. Williams. 

Port Physician, Dr. J. G.Walker. 

PORT WARDENS. 

Charles D. Ellis George Harriss. 

Silas N. Martin. 

KXAMINING COMMITTEE. 

Charles D. Ellis A. Guthrie. 

J. S Price. 



Seaman's Friend Society. 

('. (CONSTITUTKD FEB. 4Tn, 1853.) 

President— Charles D. Ellis. 

Secretary and Treasurer — B. F. Mitchell, 

EXECUTIVE BOARD. 

JohnMcRae T. C. Worth. 

Oscar G. Parsley. Sr Charles D. Ellis. 

1 • . TRUSTEES. 

Oscar G. Parsley, Sr Henry Nutt. 

John Mcllae Charles D. Ellis. 

William A. Wright Armand J. DeRosset. 

George R. French... George Harriss. 

P. K. Dickinson B. F. Mitchell. 

Joseph H. Planner. 

Keeper of Seaman's Home, George W. Williams. 

Seaman's Home, cor Front and Dock streets. 



124 WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Concord Chapter No 1 — Masonic. 

Alfred Martin, High Priest. 

Thomas B. Carr King- 

P. W. Fanning, Scribe. 

Thomas M Gardner, Captain of the Host. 

A. J. Howell, Principal Sojourner. 

Asa A. Hartsfield Royal Arch Captain. 

Jacob Lyons, Treasurer. 

A. Paul Repiton, Secretary. 

Meets on the first Monday of every month, at Masonic Hall. 



St. John's Lodge No I— Masonic. 

Thomas M. Gardner, Master. 

Bd. Wilson Manning, Senior Warden. 

Joseph B. Russell, Junior Warden. 

Richard J. Jones, Treasurer. 

Wm. M. Poisson, Secretary. 

Horace A. Bagg, Senior Deacon. 

James 0. Bowden, Junior Deacon. 

Henry C. Hewett, Tyler. 

Meets OB the last Monday in every month, at Masonic Hall, 57J 
Market, (up stairs ) 



Cape Fear Lodge No. 2—1. O. O. F. 

John J. Conoley, N. G R- J. Jones, V. G. 

Wm. L. Smith, Secretary Thomas H. Howey, Treasurer. 

Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, cor Front street and Toomer's alley, 
(up stairs,) Tuesday evening of each week. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 1£5 



Public Halls. 



City Hall, cor Princess and 3d. 

Wilmington Theatre, Princess, bt 3il and 4tli, H M Jenkins, Les- 
see and Manager. 
Mozart Hall, 19| South Front, (up stairs,) Jas H Bailey, Lessee, 



Comity Government. 

SheriflF, Samuel R Bunting. 

Register of Deeds, &c, Geo W Pollock. 

CONSTABLES. 

R L Sellers. Elkanah Allen, and John C Millis. 



€ ourts. 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Clerk, Horace A 

COUNTY COURT. 

Chairman, James Shackelford. 

Clerk, i Rob't B Wood, Jr. 

COURT OF EQUITY. 

Clerk and Master Fred D Poisson. 

magistrate's COURT.' 

Special Magistrate, ... John J Conoley. 

Meets 10 o'clock A M, daily, (Sundays excepted.) 



Inspectors. 

PROVISIONS AND COTTON. 

D E Bunting, Wm. J Yopp, John W Monroe. 



126 WILMINGTON DIBECTORT. 



NATAL STORKS. 



John C Bowden, James Bowden, Alfred Alderman, Archibald 
Alderman, John S James, Thos W Player. 

TIMBER AND LUMBER. 

L H Bowden, James Alderman, George McPuffie. 

WOOD. 

Franklin V. B. Yopp, John Potter. 



Schools. 

Wilmington Institute, cor 4th & Princess, L. Meginney, principal. 
Wilmington Male and Female Seminary, cor 2d and Chesnut, Geo 

W Jewett, principal. 
J C McLeod, cor 5th and Princess. 



Wilmington Gas Light Company. 

President — Col John McRae. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John J Conoley. 

Superintendent — James Darhy. 

DIRECTORS. 

Z Latimer. E Kidder. W G Thomas. 

Geo R French. Stephen D Wallace. A J DeRosset. 



Vuited States Officers. 

CU3T0M HOUSE. 

Collector — Parker Quince. Deputy Collector — Fred J Lord. 

Surveyor — F A Fuller. 

Inspectors. 
Thos M Gardner. Henry D Gilbert. Wm F Burch. 



WILMINlJTON DIIIECTOIIY. t'27 



POST 0>FICE. 

J D Poisson, Fostni'dnter. 
George W Pollock, D Taylor, Assistants. 
Office open from 9 A M to 5^ P M : Sundays 9 A M to 10 A M. 
Northern and Eastern Mail closes at 3 P M : Southern Mail 
closes at 5i P M : W, C <^ R R R closes ai 6 P M. 



Maj Gen Geo Crook, commanding dii-trict, headquarters 2d, bt 
Market and Princess. 

Col N Goff, Jr, commanding post, headquarters Front, bt Prin- 
cess and Chesnut. 

Capt H B Blackman, depot and post quartermaster, oflSce Post 
Office building, cor Front and Princess 

Capt E Jones, commissary, office Post Office building. 

Lieut J Lukens, ordnance officer, office Post Office building 

freedman's bureau. . 

Maj C J Wickersham, superintendent district, headquarters cor 

Front and Chefnut. 
Maj J C Mann, financial agent, ) eadquarters cor Front and 

Chesnut. 
Lieut R A Draker, superintendent sub district, headquarters opp 

Court House. 
Dr E Wynants, surgeon. 



^PPEI^^DIX. 



Owing to unavoidable circumstances, the following names were 
omitted, with the exception of thos3 marked thus *, who hav3 
made changes in their places of business or residence : 

Alexander, S D, wines and liquors, 10 North Front. 

Bradley, G & C, boots and shoes, 41 Market. 

Bachelder, Wra, picture gallery, Front, bt Market and Princess. 

*Cazaux, A D, bds Mrs H P Russell. 

Gassidey, Henry C, bds James Cassidey. 

Finlayson, M U & Bro, commission merchants, 5 South "Water, 

(up stairs.) 
Gilbert, C F, jeweller F W Knohl, bds Bailey's Hotel. 
Gurganus, B H, of McRae & Gurgauus, r Col John McRae. 
*Hall, Edward D, r Orange, bt 2d and 3d. 
Hill, Fred C, r W AWright. 

*Keith, E A, commission merchant, 15 North Water. 
Klein, John C, butcher Washington Market, 58 Market. 
Klein, David, r cor Mulberry and lOth. 
*McRae & Gurganus, commission merchants, 3 North Water. 
McLauchlin, B L, clerk Day & Wright. 
McLauchlin, J L, baggage master W & M R R. 
McAlister, W, at James & Brown. 

Strauss, John W, grocer 2d, bt Hanover and Brunswick, r same. 
Strauss, Wm H, store cor 4th and Hanover, bds John W StrauflS. 
Sullivan, Uriah, wood dealer, r Chesnut, bt Front and Water. 
Vonglabn, C, r 2d, bt Hanover and Brunswick. 
Zoehler, Charles, painter Fred Kling, r H Bremer. 



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WILMINGTON DIEECXORY. 



1^;^ 



CHARLES POLVOGT, N. B. VINCENT. 

G. POLVOGT & GO., 

Upliolsterers & Paper Hangers,. 

AND WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN ' 'J 

PAPER HANGINGS; FEATHER BEDS, 

Hair, Sbnck and Spring Mattresses, 

BOLSTERS, PILLOWS. WINDOW SHADES, 

BUREAUS, CHAIRS, 
SOFAS, LOUNGES, 




BEDSTEADS, PICTURE FHAMBS, 

liillll llllllls llllis K K 

PICTURES FRAMED TO OROiR. 

Our stock is large and well selected, and consists of every variety 
of articles in our line 

All orders executed promptly and efficiently, at lowest rates. 
Upholsteringj repairing and vamisliing Furniture. 

HOTELS, STEAMBOATS and PRIVATE DWELLINGS 

furnished with neatness and dispatch. 

CORNER FRONT and PRINCESS STREETS, 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



1VILMINGT0N DIRECTORY. 



NATHANIEL JACOBI, GEORGE L. MARSTELLER. 

NATHANIEL JACOBI & CO., 



IMI'OETERS AND DEALERS IN 



, Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, 

HATS, CAPS, TKUHliS, 
Fancy j^rticles, &c., 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

E. F. EYDEH, 

Corner Second and Princess Streets, 
WILMINGTON, N. C, 

Will be tappy to meet his old friends and the public generally. 
WILL /J. WAYS BE SUrPLIED WITH THE BEST OF 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 

AN 

%^ OYSTER SALOON Q^ 

Is attached to the Bar, where the finest OYSTERS can at all times 
be procured, done up in any style. 



WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 131 



CLARENDON IRON WORKS, 

THOS. E. ROBERTS, Proprietor, 

ENGINEER AND SIACHINIST, 

IS TEEPARED TO FUKXISH ALL KINDS OF 

O -A. ^ '^ ^ ^ C3r ^»' 

Large and small, of BKASS and IRON"; also, will build SAW 
MILLS of any capacity ; GANG or CmCUL AK SAWS complete, 
with ENGINES and BOILERS of the most improved plan. 

Also, will make CAR and SMGIlfB WHEELS of various 
sizes, and re-build 3LOCOMOTIVS3 from the hook to the most 
improved links ; also, FREIG-riT andPASSE^' GER CARS, 
and will give personal attention to all orders. 

H. Von der KAMMER, 

Second, betv/een Mnlberry and Walnnt Streets, 

MAKER OF 

BOOTS & SHOES 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

All work dane neatly, and with dispatch. 




s 



OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED PBOMPTLy. 



132 WILMINGTON DIRKCTORY. 



GfEOR&E MYERS, 

(CHAS. D. MYEES, Agent,) 

i! AND 13 FRONT STREET, 

'^T^XX^J^/nXlSTG-rCOlST, 1ST. C-, 
iiEALEK IX 

Fine and Heavy Groceries, 

U^BOOTS &■ SHOES,]|W 



AaD 



F^ISrCY jN"OTIOI^S 
LOW CASH PEICES. 



JOHH W, HEWETT, 
BOOT ANB SHOE 

Corner Market and Second Streets, 

I UP KTAIES,) 

Havicg seourc-d the sei:vice,s' of experienced 

T77" o :n^ x^ z,z ^ ZT „ 

■■'.. '^ 

He is prepared to execute ali w(irk in hi.s Hue with heattiess and 
dispatcii. 




WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 133 



WM. B. FLAHHEE, 

Sliippiiig and Oommissioii 

MERCHANT, 

NORTH WATER STREET, 

AGEXT FOE 

MNEW YORK PICRST LIM.^M^ 

Liljeral advances made on consignments of Naval Stores, Cotton, 
Lumber, &c. 



E. A. KEITH, 

Commission Merchant, 



AND AGENT FOE 

IK 



WIOM & BlLTIMOEi PACKETS J 

m. 15 NORTH WATER STREET^ '. 



134 WILMINGION DIRECTORY. 



HENRY BURKHIMER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




TOBACCO3 Sf^OFF^ 

CIGARS, Sl €.. 



IMFOITED and EOMESTIO CIGARS. 
CigErs Manufactured to Order: 

-ILL OPtDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

1^0. 6 Market Bt^ 

SIGN OF Tlin '■IXDL^^.• CI! I El-," 

"^UU'-llvTn. Ii3.g;t03a.y 1ST. O. 



PETER MALLET, 

Commission and Forwardinu 

No. 23 North Water Street, (Up Stairs,) 

Consignments of COTTON, NAVAL STORES, LUM- 

BER, and other PRODUCE, respectfully solicited. 

,^^Orders accompanied -with cash promptly exe- 
cuted.. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page. 

Aavon. David 60 

Adrian & Vollers, 93 

Alexander, S D, 74 

Andrews & Bardin,.... 72 

Atkinson & Shepperson,.... 62 

Bailev, .James II,. 18 

BarrfliM, 34 

Barry (k^ Bernard, 56 

Bate & Wescott, 52 

Baldwin, Munson & Co ,... Ill 

Bear, Sol&Bro., 112 

Bear, S& Co; 113 

Bivens, W J & Co, 54 

Blumentlial, S &Co, 58 

Brown & Anderson, 14 

Bradley & Woehler, 76 

Burr, CE & Co, 85 

Burkhimer, Henry, 134 

Carr, Dr T B, 109 

Cox, Kendall & Co, 64 

Cook, Thos M ct Co 60 

Cohn & Ryttenberg,.... 28 

Cronly and Morris, 20 

Daymon & .Johnson, 46 

Dawson, John, 87 

Driscoll & Kerrigan, 58 

Dudley & Bro, 1 front fly. 

Eacan, P Sc Co.. 48 

Ellis & Mitchell, 89 

Eyden, R F 1,30 

Faulkner. J E & Co, 50 

Fay &: Eafiferty 91 

Finlayson. M U & Bro, , 86 

Planner, Wm B, 133 

Flanagan. L, 34 

French, G Z & Co,... 2 front flv. 

136 



i Page. 

^French, Geo R & Son 14 

Frederick & Shemwell, 42 

Tulton & Price, 70 

George, E P,. Inside back cover. 

Grady, B F, 82 

Hall, A E, 54 

Hall, CM 32 

Hart & Bailey, 2 back fly., 

Harriss & Howell, 22 

iHcdrick tcRyan, out. front cover 

Heinsberger, P, 94 

Hewett, JW, 132 

Hussell & Bappler, 38 

.James & Brown, 50 

Jenkins, H M, 62 

•Jenkins & Bro, 48 

Jacobs. B J, 113 

,Jacobi, N it Co 130 

Katz, M M, 13 

Keith, E A, 133 

Kelly, Stephen, 115 

Kidder & Martin,.... 78 

Knohl, FW, 80 

Larkins & Hardwick, . ., 66 

Lessman, A. 74 

Lippitt, W K, 18 

Lyon, Jacob, 24 

■Martin, A, 30 

Marcus & Kehr, 109 

iMadison & Thomson, 24 

Mallet, P 134 

iMcCormick, J, inside front cover 

McRae & Gurganus, 88 

McEary, Wm H & Co 82 

Meier, J, 44 

31itehcll, James H,..,l back fly. 



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WILMINGTON DIRECTORY. 



Page. Page. 

Murray & Murcbison, 112Sprunt, Alex, 64 

Myers, George, ISOStorer, A R, 46 

Neff, JosH, 66Thorburn,R, 68 

Newman, P 87,Tienken & Bauman, 90 

Oldham, Alex,. 20;Topham, Jos S & Co 2 

Orrell & Lewis 89,VanBokkelen, A H, 92 

Parsley, G & Co, 22"VanAmrmgc, S, outside back 

Patten, Wm 42| cover. 

Petteway & Moore, 68 VanOrsdell, C M,. 16 

Perrin, Henry R, 86Voss, J G, 114 

Polvof^t, Chas & Co, 129 Von der Kammer,H, 131 

Poalk^ct Allen,... 114 Wallace & Southerland,... 40 

Roberts, Thos E, 131 Weill, A & Co, 15 

Runge & Kordlander, 92 West, S M, 30 

Russell & Ellis, llliWebb, Harry, 52 

Shackelford, Haas & Co,... 84 Whitake^ T S, 56 

Sherman, J, 

Shutte, Henry, 

Simpson, S M, 

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