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MR. JOUN BEARD, MR. ED. L. HEGE, and an Efficient Force of 
Obliging Clerks always on hand to meet their Friends and Patrons. 



-MAIN STREET, 



WINSTON, N. C. 

Special attention given to collecting claims and negotiating loans. 
Agent for the best foreign and American Fire Insurance Companies. In- 
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PROPRIETORS OF 

THE WIISTON IR05 WORKS, 

MAIN STREET, 

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Manufacturers of Wood Planers and Matchers, Saw Mills, Rip and Cut 
Off Saws, Tobacco Box Groovers, Lumber Trucks for Saw Mills, and Kester 
Force Pump. Repairing of Engines, Boilers, &c. Plumbing, Steam and 
Gas Fitting. Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers of all sizes, and Turbine Water 
Wheels. OUR TURBINE WATER WHEELS are fully guaranteed. They 
give more power with less water than any other wheel built in the United 
States. The gates are perfectly tight and easily worked. Satisfaction 
guaranteed in every respect. OUR WOOD PLANER and MATCHER is 
a first class machine in every respect. Iron Bodied Machine throughout ; 
it is a Bed Raising Machine ; Bed 9 feet long, top and bottom Rolls are 
power driven ; Cylenders are made of the best forged steel ; material and 
workmanship the best that can be prociu-ed. OUR CIRCULAR SAW 
MILL is the simplest, best and most accurate machine ever built. We 
guarantee it to not spring a particle. The set works are perfectly accurate 
and easily operated. It, like all other machinery manufactured by us, is 
fully guaranteed in every respect and is made of the best material and by 
experienced workmen. 



THE WEST SHORE RAILROAD 

Is one of the most popular routes for business and pleasure travel leading to and 
from New York city, as well as bein^ the most substantially built and elegantly 
equipped double track line through central New York S^atc. This superbly 
built railroad has been justly luuned the "Picturesque Route," traversing as it 
does the west shore of the historic and world-famed Hudson River, skirting the 
foot-hills of the Catski 11 Mountains, famous in Washington Irving's "Rip Van 
Winkle," and passing through the beautiful Mohawk Valley. By this route 
three express trains arc run daily, in each direction, between New York, Albany, 
Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Tor<into, Detroit, Chicago, 
St. Louis, and the West. Palace sleeping-cars are attached to these trains, and 
run tiirough without change between the points named. Sleeping-cars, New 
York to Toronto without change, are run e.x;clusively by tlse West Shore. The 
West Shore, in connection with the Fitchburg Railroad, is also the shortest line 
between Boston and Chicago. It is the only all-rail line to the Catskill Moun- 
tains, and the only line by which drawing-room cars are run through to the 
heart of the Catskills. During the season of Summer travel fast Catskill Moun 
tain express trains are scheduled. Attached to these trains are drawing-room 
cars, which run through without change between Philadelphia, Jersey City, 
New York, and Catskill Mountains. Saratoga limited express trains are also 
run by the West Shore during the summer seiison, and, have drawing-room cars 
attached which run through without change between Washington, Baltimore, 
Philadelphia, Long Branch, .Jensey City, New York, and Saratoga. Buflt'et 
smoking-cars, with revolving chairs, are a special feature of the splendid service 
on the West Shore. Drawing-room q^rsalso run between Saratoga and Niagara 
Falls. The West Shore also runs special trains between New York and New 
Paltz during the summer season for the accommodation of travel to and from 
Lake Mohonk. Minnewaska, Shawangunk, and all ])oints in the Wallkill Valley. 
The connection in Jersey City station with the Pennsylvania Railroad will be 
appreciated by travelers to and from the South and the resorts of central New 
York State, as the long transfer through New York is thereby avoided. Passen- 
gers and baggage from Brooklyn are taken direct from the foot of Fulton Street 
by Annex boat to Jersey City stations. Tickets via West Shore can be ])urchascd 
at ticket-offices of all connecting lines, and they are sold and baggage checkeil 
through to destination from all stations of the West Siiore Railro;id. 

C. E. LAMBERT, Gen. Pass. Agent, 

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TURNER & CO.'S 

FOR THE YEARS 



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General Directory of the Citizens of Winston and S(tlem, N. C, wit/i 
the White and Colored Population Separated in Different 

Parts of the Book, First the White Fol- 
lowed by the Colored, also Waughtoicn and Centerville, to 



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APPENDIX OF USEFUL INFORMATION 



:PI=LXOIIi, S3-00. 

E. F.TURNER &CO. Publishers. 

^UT Elaraa St, "STonlsers, 3Sre-^77- "^Torlc. 

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

SUPPORT NO OTHER FOR WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE 

YOU A RELIABLE AND CORRECT WORK. 



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Printed at Stewarts' Job Office. 
1889. 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1889, by E F. Turner, iii 
the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. All rights 
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HIS, our tliii>l annuiil Directory, is ottered to the good people of 
^^.^Winston and Salem. It contains the names of the peoj)le who, at 
^this time, " move and have their being" in Winston and Salem. 
dt is, tiierefore, neither a mortuary record nor an archn^ological 
)archive. It is not a perfect Diivctory, because such a production 
'has never been known since Adam claimed a monopoly of the 
census ; but it is eijual to all reasonable re(|uirements. 

A Directory is a work the most prone of all to errors, from the fact that 
information is received from all sources, and in many cases given in a man- 
n'^r c ileal it el to misjei 1, but we believe tkr, present volume v}>U be found en- 
tireb/frce of errors that will in ani/ wai/ detract from the value of the book. 

Considerable ditticulty has been encountered in our eft'ort to make the 
work thorough and complete, yet we claim that there are but few errors. 
Mmy names are spelled in half a dozen diif^rent ways, and yet retain the 
same phonetic sense. This fact nece.ssitates careful search, which we trust 
will be made in all cases of doubt. 

Our Book is completed, and to the public we confidently trust it, know- 
ing that they will appreciate its merits and deal kindly with its faults, and 
extend thanks to all who so kindly aided us in our work. 

Very Respectfullv. 

E. F. TURNER & CO., 
217 Elm Street, Yonkers, N. Y. Publish ek.s. 




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Maible & aianite Monuments 

HEADSTONES, TABLETS, 
MANTELS, &c. 

Opposite Brown's Warehouse, 

MAIN STUEET, ^jJ^INSTON, N. C 

8@°"Special Designs and Estimates 
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First Class Material, Skilled Work- 
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HENRY GRADY, FAT POSSUM, 9 inch b's, ZEBRA, HUMMING 
BIRD, HIGH TEA, PINAFORE. 

PLUG AND TWIST. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



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WHERE TO GO WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY. 



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



PAGE 

Allen S E, Hardware, etc., top page lines 

Arthur W R, Groceries, 118 

Barbee & Young, Grocers, 15 and 34 

Rennett J. a.. Marble Works 7 

Bishop T. P., Insurance 35 

Bishop Mrs. T. P., Dr. McGiU's Reme- 
dies, 35 

Bitting & Hay, tobacco rafrs, 8 

BlumL. V. & E. T., Printers, 166 

Brown & Brown, Druggists, bottom lines 

Brown & Bro., Tobacco Mfrs 16 

Brown, Rogers & Co., Hardware, 37 and 

bottom page lines 

Byerly S. & Son, Tobacco Mfrs 38 

Carter W. T. & Co., (Jen'l Merchandise 44 

Cash C. B., Barber, 10 

Clinard & Brookes, Gen'l Merchandisel21 
Cooper W. A. & Co., Marble Works, 40 

and 50 , 

Crawford R. R., Hardware, etc, 10 and 41 
Crutchfleld&McArthur, Livery Stable 42 

Doulhit Mrs. T. B., Millinery 12:} 

Ebert, Payne & Co.. Tobacco Mfrs 9 

EUer & Starbuck, Lawyers, 43 

Ellis, W. B. & Co, tobacco mfrs 10 

First National Bank 15 

Fulton J. F 46 

Glenn & Glenn, lawyers 10 

Gray Eugene E., Lawyer 4 

Griffith E. A., Lawyer 46 

Hailey Bros., Shoemakers 

Hj.rdy Mrs. F. J., Boarding 47 

Hinshaw & Medearis, Gen. M'ch'ndise, 

bottom page lines. 
Hodgin Bros & Lunn, Tobacco Mfrs... 15 

Hoen A. & Co., Lithographers 88 

Horton Dr. H. V., Dentist 51 

Hough A. G. & Co., Hosiery Mills 16 

Hough S. E., Photographer 48 

Hunter Dr. J. W., Dentist 4 

Jenkins Bros., Canning Works 128 

Jones House 53 

Kester Bros., Machine Works 4 

King D. H., Coal, Ice and Bottler, top 

page lines and page 54 

Lanier C. G., Stationer and Printer 81 

Leopold I., Cigar Manufacturer 6 

Lineback H. A., Photographer 9 

Lineback J. A., Insurance 130 

Lockett, Vaughn* Co., Tobacco Mfrs, 3 

Loeper C. H., Saloon 56 

Ludlow J. L., Civil Engineer 168 

Lumpkin N. W., Livery 145 

Manufacturing Collectory Co 152 

Mast D. P., Lawyer ; 16 

Maflten A. S., Millinery, „ 9 

NfpjnMnT F. C.. Waorons. etc 131 



Miller Bros., Contractors, 57 

Miller J. C, Contractor, — 58 

Moss Engraving Co., 115 

Nissen C. F. & Co., Wagon Mfrs, l^ont 

cover and page 116 

N. Y. C. & Hudson River R. R 86 

New York ••* Northern R. It 80 

N. Y. Ontario & Western R. R 83 

Ormsby W. P., Sewing Machines and 

Pianos and Organs 133 

Patterson J. L., Lawyer, 15 

Piedmont Air Line R. R. 85 

Porter L. M., Shoemaker, 139 

Putnam House, N. Y. City 79 

Railway Advertiser 81 

Rank Mr. S. V., Talloress, 136 

Itelch J. H., Shoemaker, 62 

Reynolds H. H., Tobacco Mfr, back cover 

Richard J. M., Meat Market 63 

Rome & Watertown R. R 82 

Rosenbacher & Brother, Clothing, Dry 

Goods, etc., top of right hand pages 

Salem Female Academy 165 

Salem Iron Works, back cover 

Scales Ham & Co., tobacco Mfrs 65 

Schouler D. D., Dry Goods, Millinery 

Clothing, etc., 3 

Senseman W. O. * Co., 136 

Shenandoah Valley R, R., 84 

Shore H. W., Grocer 138 

Spach •« Cranford, Blacksmiths, 66 

Spach J. C, Wagon Mfr, 169 

Spaugh D. A., Gen'l Merchandise and 

Livery 9 and 140 

Stanton A Merritt, Millinery 67 

Stevens R. A Co., Furniture, inside 

front cover „ 

Stewart Mrs A., Dress Maker, 68 

Stewart George, Tin and Sheet Iron 

Worker 68 

Stewart M. I. & J. C, Printers 33 

Terry Mrs. N. J., Hotel, 69 

Thompson Dr. V. O., Druggist and Ci- 
gar Mfr, bottom page lines and 148 

Townsend Mrs. N.j Dress Maker, 70 

Turner E. F.&Co., 79 

Twin-City Daily 72 

Union Republican 73 

vance J. A., Iron Works, 142 

Vlckers W. R., Hotel, front cover 

Vogler W. T., Jeweler 2 

Wachovia National Bank 71 

Watklns * Conrad, Dentists, 144 

West Shore R. R opp 5 

Western Sentinel 78 

Whitaker W. Ay Tobacco Mfr, 75 

Williams L. J., Lawyer 76 

Williamson T. F. & Co., Tobacco Mfrs. 76 




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Fiinoy Goods, and Notions. A full nnd complete stock of" Ribbons, 
Flowei's and everything complete in the lleadwear can be found at this 
establishment. We guarantee to give satisfaction in tilling all orders, both 
as to Styles and Prices. 

D. A. SPAUGH, 

Wiiolesale and Retail Dealer iu 

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NOTIONS, 
CONFEf TTO NER IBS, 

PRODUCE, CANNED GOODS. 

Green Fruits, Hardware, Queensware, 

Tinware, Fine and Common Shoes, 
Stationei'v, &c. Mill Feed, Flour, 

Bran, Corn, Etc. 
Maix Strkkt, - - SALEM, N. C. 

E. A. Ebert, pi. T. Bahnson, formerly of W. W. Woou k Co. R.M, Payne 
formerly of Payne, Lunn & Morris, and Payne & Ramsey. 

EBERT, PAYNE & CO., 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 

ALL GRABS and STYLES of PLUG and TWIST GOODS. 

LEA DING BRA NDS : 

Old Tom 9 inch 4's ; Wh'te P'lcer, 9 inch 4's ; Gravelly Walk, 9 inch 4's : 
Nutmeg, Magnolia, Orange Flower, 5's, Wine Sap, R. & S., 
Red Fox, Sea Island. 




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HAVING MOVED MY ENTIRE BUSINESS to the PHOTOGRAPH 
GALLERY NEAR CORNER of LIBERTY and FOURTH STREETS 
WINSTON, I return thanks for the liberal encouragement already given 
me in my new quarters, and liy doing the very best of work and makim 
every effort to please, I hope to merit in a still greater degree your kiml 
patronage. In order to do a strictly cash business, prices have been re- 
duced to $2 per dozen for cards and $4 per dozen for cabinets. Work o 
all kinds done at lowest rates. H. A. LINEBACK. 



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FO UR TH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND LIBERTY, 

WINSTON, N. C. 

PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS, STATE & FEDERAL. 
CLAIMS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. 








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WINSTON, N. C. 

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Workman Experienced, Polite, and Attentive. A share of your trade 



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GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Governor— D. G. FOWLE— salary $3,000. 
Lieutenant-Governor — T. M. HOLT. 
Secretary of State — Wm. L. Saunders — salary $2,000. 
Auditor — G. W. Sanderlin — salary $1,500. 
Treasurer — DONALD W. BaiN — salary $3,000. 
Supt. Pub. Instr'n— Sidney M. Finger— salary $1,500. 
Attorney-General — TheO. F. DAVIDSON — salary $2,000. 
Adjutant-General — JAS. D. Glenn — salary $600. 
State Geologist— W. C. Kerr. 

Com. of Ag'ure — MontfoRD McGehee — salary $2,000. 
State Librarian — J. C. BiRDSONG — salary $750. 
SVPREME COURT. 
Wm. N. H. Smith, of Raleigh, Chief Justice; Joseph J. 
Davis, of Franklin, A. S. Merrimon, A. C. Avery and 
J. E. Shepherd, of Raleigh, Associate Justices; T. F. 
Davidson, of Buncombe, Reporter; T. S. Kenan, of Ral- 
eigh, Clerk; Robert H. Bradley, of Raleigh, Mars-hal. 

'^rhe Supreme Court meets in Raleigh on the first 
Mondays in February and October of each year, and its 
sessions continue until business is disposed of. 
CRIMINAL COURT. 
This court is composed of the counties of Mecklen- 
burg and New Hanover, Oliver P. Meares, Judge; B. R. 
Moore, solicitor, and John W. Dunham, clerk, for New 
Hanover; G. E. Wilson, solicitor, and T. R. Robertson, 
clerk, for M&cklenburg. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
The State is divided into twelve Judicial Districts, and 
for each a Judge and Solicitor are elected by the voters 
of the State at large, who are required by the constitu- 
tion to reside in their respective districts. 
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Boykin. Fall. Judge Gilmer. 
Beaufort— February 1 1, May 27, November 25. Curri- 



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tuck — March 4, September 2. Camden — March 1 1, Sep- 
tember 9. Pasquotank — March 18, June 10, September 
16. Perquimans^March 25, September 23. Chowan^ 
April I, September 30. Gates — April 8, October 6. 
Hertford — April 15, June 17, October 14. Washington — 
April 22, October 21. Tyrrel — April 29, October 28.^ 
Dare — May 6, November 4. Hyde — May 13, November 
II. Pamlico — May 20, November 18. 

Solicitor — John H. Blount, of Perquimans. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge McRae. Fall. Judge Boykin. 
Halifax — ^January 7, March 4, May 13, November 11. 
Northampton — January 21, April i, Sep. 30. Warren — 
March 18, September 16. Edgecombe — April 15, Oc- 
tober 14. Bertie — February 4. April 29. October 28. 
Craven — February ii. May 27, November 25. 
Solicitor — Geo. H. White, (colored) of Halifax. 

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

Solicitor — D. Worthington, of Martin. 

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

Solicitor— T. M. Argo, of Wake. 

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

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

Solicitor — Isaac R. Strayhorn, of Durham. 



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

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

Solicitor — O. H. Allen, of Duplin. 

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

Anson — -January 7, April 29, September 2, November 
25. Cumberland — January 21, May 6, July 22, Novem- 
ber II. Columbus — January 14, April I, July 29. Robe- 
son — January 28, May 20, August 19, September 30. 
Richmond — February 11, June 3, September 16, Decem- 
ber 2. Bladen — March 18, October 14. Brunswick — 
April 8, September 9. Moore — April 15, August 12, 
October 21. 

Solicitor — Frank McNeill, of Richmond. 

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

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Spring, Judge Phillips. Fall, Judge Shepherd. 

Rockingham — January 21, July 22, November 4. For- 
syth— February 4, May 20, October 21. Yadkin — Feb- 
ruary 18, September 23. Wilkes — March 4, April 29, 
September 9. Alleghany — March 18, September 2. Da- 
vie — April I, October 7. Stokes — -April 15, August 5, 
November 11. Surry — April 22, August 19, November 
18. 

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

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Spring, Judge Connor. Fail, Judge Phillips. 

Henderson — February 1 1, July 15. Burke— March 4, 

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

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

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



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

Solicitor — W. H. Bower, of Caldwell. 

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

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

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

Solicitor — James M. Moody, of Buncombe. 

PUBLIC AVOKKS AND INSTITrTIOXS IX NORTH CAROTjIXA. 

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

Officers of the Univeis'.ty — Hon. Kemp P. Battle, 
President; W. T. Patterson Secretary. 

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

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

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

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

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



J. M. HODGIN. 



G. D. HODGIN. 



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Tobacco Manufacturers, 



SHELL WliEATIL 
STEEL TRUSS. 
CLOVER BLOSSOM. 
SUGAR CURED. 
HOME GUARD. 



SPECIAL BRANDS: 

ROYAL BUMPER. 

RED HEART. 

DA PPL ED BE A UT Y. 

BONNIE LASSIE 




Sirpliis, $55,000. ■:• M\iM Profifs, $12,?3n8. 

J. A. BlTTiXa, President. 

J. W. ALSPAUGH, Cashier, L. W. PEGRAM, Asst. Cashier, 



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fpHE Investigation of Fraudulent Deeds of Trust a Specialty. Collections Made in 
I all parts of the State. Ca.ses from any part of the State Argued before the Supreme 
Court, All business intrusted to him will receive Prompt and faithful attention. 

The Martindalc Law and Collection Agency, Chicago; The United States Law Asso- 
ciation, Hubbi-U's Legal Directory, and McKillop, Walker •& Co.'s Legal Directory, 
New York; H. P. Edmond, Richmond, Va. ; Daniel Miller 4 Co., Carlin & Fulton, 
Frank & Adler, Frank .& Hammersiough, Poole & Hunt, Baltimore, Md. ; Pearson & 
Osborne, Mills Bulilding, New York ; The Co-operative Collecting Agency, and Chas. 
M. Hepburn, Attornev at Law, Cincinnatti ; Potts, Stokes & Co., F, E. Patrick, James 
D. Patton, Richmond, Va.; Wachovia National Bank, Winston, N. C. ; Julius A. 
Gray, President C. F. & Y. V. R. R. Co., Greensboro, N. C. ; J. Turner Morehead, Pres- 
ident N. C. Midland R. R. Co.. Leaksville, N. C. ; John H. Dillard, Greensboro, N. C. 





DEALERS IN 

Heavy and Fancy 

^^^ Country Produce, Canned 
Goods, Tobacco & Cigars. 

A share of your patron- 
age solicieed. 

Liberty bet 4th & 5th Sts. 

WINSTON, N. C. 



^kleni So^iefy ^iiU^ 



f^aoyfactufeis of Floe Medium Seamless Colton Half-Hose 

In a- T7"ariet3r of a^i^rtinres. 

Fine Gcviqe Balbriqgan and Lisley and Fine Wool half hose. Samples 

furnished to the trade at Wholesale Prices. Low Prices given 

to Jobbers. Also manufacturers of Straw Board Boxes. 

^22 2.-? &^:^Jifi: 
O- r T> 5- S - "??^l If 




WINSTON, N. C. 



Wdl Prarfircintlif. Courts of Fonyth and Adjoining Counties. Makes 
the COLLECTION" OF CLAIMS a Specialty 
in all parts of the State. 



WINSTON-SALEM. 

It is with pleasure we note the many improvements in your 
beautiful City since our last visit of two yeai-s ago. Many stores 
have been remodeled, new buildings erected and both business en- 
terprise and population largely increased, which goes to show that 
your people are both enterprising and energetic, and we predict 
ibr Winston-Salem a bright future. 

Traveling from place to place enables us to note the fact that it 
's by far a better way to grow graduallj' than to have a great boom 
and then suddenly come to a standstill, which is bound to cripple 
trade so that many are often brought to want. This fact we judge 
lias been thoroughly considered by your people, as is shown by the 
.'fteady and careful way in which they have so successfully estab- 
lished a business centre which can be justly classed as one of 
the most enterprising centres of the "Old North State." 

The addition of two new railroads has added greatly to the in- 
terests of the Twin-Cities, which is just fairly stepping out in the 
world, and within the next five years we predict that the popula- 
tion will be nearly doubled as there appears nothing to retard such 
a growth. Three months after the publication of our last Directory 
a substantial brick building was erected on Fifth street to be oc- 
cupied by the Electric Light and Motive Power Company. The 
building together with the machinery cost nearly $25,000. The 
system used is the Brush Electric. The arc dynamo is of 45 light 
power and is taken to nearly its full capacity. This requires about 
10 miles of wire and the incandescent system with 450 light dynamo 
has nearly 15 miles of wire in use. A Ball engine and Erie City 
Iron Works boiler, both of 80 horse power, and manufactured at 
Erie, Pa., are in place and are doing satisfactory work. J. W. Mc- 
Farland, for several years connected with the Brush Company, at 
Cleveland, Ohio, is superintendent and electrician; D. P. Mast, 
secretary and .treasurer; W. A. Whitaker, president. 

In our last Directory will be found on page 157 that the popula- 
of the Twin-Cities then was 9,856 which from our present canvass 
we find to be 10,479 which shows an increase of 623 above all re- 
movals and deaths. 

MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENTS. 

In 1875 Winston had about 1,500 inhabitants and property 
valued at 8300,000, with five tobacco factories having an aggregate 
capital of less than $100,000. In 1880 there was eleven factories 



18 APPENDIX. 



with an invested capital of $irl7,50(>, and ^ivin<ran annual product 
of 8750,000. The present status shows over thirty factories and in- 
vested oaj)ital of $2,000,000. The annual product is above $4,000, 
000. This is a great tobacco market and several hundred wagons 
come weekly, sometimes dailj-, from the mountains and surround- 
ing districts, making- the annual transactions in leaf tobacco foot 
lip to about §1,500,000. Other manufacturies here do an annual 
business of about 61,500,000 and the wholesale and retail tran.s- 
actions of the general merchants foot up to nearly §2,000,000 an- 
nually. 

The continued progress in manufacturies gives to the Twin- 
Cities an exceedingly bright outlook. Taxes are low, real estate 
has not reached a speculative boom and the large amount already 
invested in factories and machinery will ever be a prevention from 
a retrograde movement. "With the best graded schools in the 
.state, and the oldest and best Female Se'minary in the South, to- 
gether with several private schools and excellent religious advan- 
tages, {be high social and moral standing of the Twin-City will al- 
ways be a laurel in its crown of progress. The business men here 
are wide awake and pushing. While ready to welcome Northern 
capital and immigration, they are not Micawber-like, waiting for 
.something to turn up, but are progressive. Bat few cities of this 
size can boast of as many men who are rated in the hundreds of 
thousands, and the number of brick residences or costly frame 
mansions clearly demonstrates that we have a lai-ge per centage of 
well-to-do citizens in this handsome and healthful city. 



SETTLEMENT OF SALEM. 

MORAVIAN HISTORY. 

While it is not our purpose to go into a detail of past history, it 
is only proper that we should make a brief reference to the people 
who settled this town and county more than a century ago. Bohemia 
and Moravia were first to protest against what they believed to be 
the unrighteous claims of the Romish Church and the Reformation 
became pi'ominent under John Huss, who suffered martyrdom in 
1415. From his memory arose that religious body officially named 
the Unitas Fratum or Brethren's Unit}^, and more generally known 
as the Moravians. To be freed from the spirit of oppression many 
of the brethren fled to Saxony. 

In 1557 a parish was established in Poland, but an anti-reforma- 
tion was fostered by Ferdinand II in 1620-27 which crushed out 
this church leaving only a handful of the Brotherhood from w^hom 
the line of descent was continued. The foundation for the town of 
Herrenhut was laid in June, 1722, on lands donated to the Broth- 
erhood by Count Zinzendorf, of Saxony, and this soon became 
their general rallying place. A large number of Moravians subse- 



APPENDIX. 19 

<]Uently emigrated to Pennsylvania and from there, in 1752, Bishoj) 
Spangenbcrg, accompanied bj' five bretiireii, set out to select a loca- 
tion in Nortli Carolina. Together with Mr. C'hurton, the surveyor 
and aj^ent for Lord Gi'anvillc, they traversed the wiKl foi'ests of 
this section and after numerous harships and privations selected 
the "Wachovia tract," whicli, with subsequent surveys, was made 
to contain 08,985 acres and covers what is now about two-tifths of 
Forsj-lh county. This was deeded to the society Auirust 7th, 1753, 
and the first settlement was made at Bethabara (now Old Town), 
a few months later. Salem was selected as the central town for the 
Moravian Brethren in 1705, and the first house was occupied the 
next 3'ear. 

In 1857 a separation of civil and religious government took 
place, since which time.Salem has held regular municipal elections. 

The present generation might derive an instructive moral les.son 
b}' contrasting the privileges and discomforts which beset the first 
settlers, with the happy circumstances by which they are sur- 
rounded; such a contrast should inspire the latter with feelings of 
gratitude for the blessings which they now enjoy. 

In reviewing the hardships and privations that these early 
pioneers must have endured to withstand the savage beasts and 
savage men, and lay the foundations of civilization wMth all its 
incumbent blessings, a feeling of reverence comes over us and we 
can only recall the memory of tho.se hardy veterans and gaze upon 
the work they have accomplished with the most profound respect. 
We find much embraced in their personal history that would inter- 
est the general reader if space would permit, but the bounds of this 
article and the important pressing present forbids our enlarging on 
those early scenes. 

The indu.strious habits of the early settlers laid a good founda- 
tion for manufacturing and it is not surprising that with the 
advent of the railraad, industrial establishments sprung up on all 
sides and the growth of Salem's young offspring — Winston — has 
been marvelous. 

The Wachovia Society believed in making the children learn 
useful trades and it is worthy of note that the first substantial 
house built in Salem — 1766 — is still in use as a pottery and has 
some of the quaint old moulds dating back to 1774. The Salem 
water works built in 1778 were in use up to ten years ago when 
the demand for a larger supply brought the present system. It is 
said that the water works were much admired by President 
Washington on his visit to this place in 1791. 

SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY. 

An educational institution that has been successfully conducted 
for 84 years should be a just pride to the city in which it is located 
and revered by its numerous and widely scattered alumnw. The 



20 APPEXDIX. 



Salem Female Academy was opened as a boarding school in 1804, 
having ever since continued its educational work without interrup- 
tion. During this time more than 6,000 of \ts alumiKv have gone 
forth to do their allotted part in life's field. The children and 
grand-children of its early pupils have in man}' instances heen ed- 
ucated here giving this academy a wide spred influence and well 
earned reputation. It is unsectarian in its teaching, but is conducted 
under the auspices of the Moravian church and strict regard is 
taken for the moral and religious welfare of the students. Pupils 
are associated together in room companies under the charge of the 
teachers, their habits carefully noted and every safeguard thrown 
around them. Beautiful grounds adjoin the building. The sanita- 
ry surroundings are in excellent condition and judicious calisthenic 
exercises have been instituted for pleasure and physical develop- 
ment. The course of study is thorough, distinctive in its feature of 
individuality and covers every desirable field, but our space will 
not permit of an extended review of the curriculum terms, etc. 
which can be secured on application to the Principal. The build- 
ings are located in a pleasant and retired part of the quiet Moravian 
settlement of Salem, and the extensive private grounds are a de- 
lightful place for out of door recreation, surrounded by the beauties 
of nature. 

Rev. J. H. Clewell, is Principal, and superintendent of the com- 
mercial course. He was educated at Bethlehem, Pa., and Union 
Theological Seminary in New York City. Rev. Edward Rond- 
thaler, D. D., pastor of the Moravian chui'ch, and recent principal, 
is superintendent of the department of languages. Prof. L. B 
Wurreschke, a graduate of a German University in Silesia, has 
charge of the Physical Science Department, and the chief position 
on the musical staff is now held by Prof. Geo. F. Markgraft', who, 
in addition to his training in the best Moldavian schools on the Con- 
tinent, has taken a course in the Berlin Conservatory of Music. 

Every department has a full corps of instructors — in all, twenty- 
five teachers — each enthusiastic to accomplish the best results in 
education. The average attendance is about 220. 



A Male Academy, or boys' preparatory school, is run in connec- 
tion with the Moravian interests here, in charge of a principal and 
four teachers, having an average enrollment of 150. 
:o: 

Chamber of Commerce, of Winston and Salem, meets quarterl}- 
in their rooms, corner of 3rd and Liberty streets. Officers and 
Committees from October 1st, 1888, to October 1st, 1889: J. W. 
Fries, president; S. E. Allen, 1st vice-president; J. W. Hanes, 2nd 
vice-president; J. D. Paylor, sec. and treas. Directors: J. M. Rogers, 
R. J. Reynolds, C. A. Hege, J. L. Patterson, R. Stevens, P. II. 
Hanes, J. E. Gilmer, C. Hamlin. 



APPENDIX. 21 



CITY OFl'ICHRS OF WINSTON. 



Mayor: Charles Buford. 

Secretary and Treasurer: E. II. Wilson. 

Town Constable : J. C Bessent. 

Chief of Police : J. W. Bradford. 

Police Force : A. Stewart, N. D. Dowdy, J. P. Penry and G. D. 
Hobbs. 

Commis.sioners: P.N. Bailey, E. E. Dalton, J. W. Alspaugh, 
Joseph Jacobs and E. II. Wilson, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Graded School Commissioners: R. D. Brown and M. W. Nor- 

fleet. 

Street Commissioners : Joseph Jacobs, P. K. Bade}-, J. A. Gray. 

Sanitary Committee: R. E. Dalton, J. W. Alspaugh, E. II. 
Wilson. 

Water Works Commissioners: Joseph Jacobs, P. N. Bailey. 

Auditing Committee: Joseph Jacobs, P. N. Bailey and Mayor 
Buford. 

Fire Committee: Joseph Jacobs, J. A. Gray. 

Police Committee: Charles Buford, P. N. Bailey. 

FORSYTH COUNTY. 

This county was formerly included in Rowan, and was formed 
from Stokes county in 1848. It was named for Col. Benj. Forsyth, 
a soldier of the war of 1812 to 1815, who was killed in a Canadian 
skirmish. It is situated in the north-western part of the state, 
with the Yadkin river as its western boundary. It is eminently 
fitted for tobacco raising. The yield on new lands ranges 500 to 
650 lbs., and on old lands, wnth fertilizer, a much larger crop is of- 
ten realized. The annual yield for Forsj'th county is now over 
4,000,000 pounds. The soil, climate and situation of this county, are 
peculiarly adapted to the growth of the vine, which yields in the 
most luxuriant manner, wherever the least attention is paid to it. 

As early as 1761 this record appears in the archives of the church 
in Salem: "Great abundance of wild grapes, nineteen hogsheads of 
wine were made in the three settlements." The Concord, Clinton 
and kindred varieties are the most popular, because they grow with 
the least attention. Others can be grown with ease. Sorghum 
grows finely, and is manufactured into syrups of a bright color, 
and pleasant taste. Broom corn of long staple and excellent qual- 
ity, is raised on many of the bottom lands. 

This county is hilly and undulating, well watered and adapted 
to the production of the most nutritious grasses. The orchard 
grass, mountain grass and clover make excellent pasture and tim- 
othy makes good crops of hay, millet does well, milo-maize and 
other forage and food can be produced to perfection so that sheep 



22 APPENDIX. 



and cattle can be raised easily, wintered cheaply and there is no 
reason whj^ the production of thoroughbred stock and dairy cattle 
is not eminently practicable. With abundance of milk cows, on 
these fine grasses, could be produced first-class butter, and cheese 
manufacturing is not only feasible but the field is especially invit- 
ing to those skilled in its production. Even the poorer grade of 
lands in this section grows grapes to perfection and is adapted to 
peaches, apples, pears, plums, cherries, gooseberries, currants and 
small berries. 

More than a hundred different varieties of trees are found in this 
and surrounding counties. Mica, iron, manganese, asbcstus, and 
traces of gold are here: marble, granite, soapstone and sandstone 
are abundant, and the entire countj' is fairly settled up with an in- 
dustrious, and peace loving community. However, there is room 
for a population three or four times as great. Lands are cheap and 
good citizens from any section of the country will be Avelcomed. 
An admirable featureof the agricultural lands of this section, is the 
susceptibility of the clay subsoil for retention of fertilizers to a de- 
gree unsurpassed by any kind of soil. Tracts that are much worn 
are thus easily revived and made to produce good crops. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk of the Superior Court: C. S. Hauser. 

Sherifl:': M. E. Teague. 

Kegister of Deeds: J. P. Stanton. 

Treasurer: W. S. Linville. 

Surveyor: E. H. Morris. 

Coroner: Augustus Fogle. 

Superintendent of Public Schools: I. A. Butner. 

Standard Keeper: Col. J. A. White. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

FORSYTH COUNTY. 



Abbotts Creek— W. F. Fay. 

Belews Creek— R. S. Linville, J. W. Flint. 

Bethania — N. F. Sullivan. 

Broadbay — M. J. Bodenhamer, W. H. Shepherd. 

Kernersville— J. M. Guyer, W. W. Hunter. 

Lewisville — Milton Blackburn, Laniel Brinkley. 

Middle Fork— P. A. Cox, Ptob't J. Morris, W. P. Dicks. 

Old Richmond — J. C. Flemming, Alfred Shore. 

Old Town— E. A. Pfaif, Samuel Hauser. 

Salem Chapel — J. D. Waddill, Jos. Grubbs, J. W. Crew? 

South Fork — Albert Atwood, Sam'l Alspaugh. 



APPENDIX. 23 



Vienna — S. D. Davis, J. S. Conrad. 

Winston— C. il. Fo^le, C. Ilanilen, T. T. Best, B. J. Sheppard, 
Martin Gro.o-an, R. W. Belo, H. E. Fries, C. W. Hasten, H. E. Mc- 
Iver, Jno. Byerly, W. E. Armfield. 



CHURCHES. 



Centenary M. E. Church, Liberty, cor. Sixth sts : Preaching at 
11a. ni. antl 7:30 p. m. by Rev. W. C. Norman, pastor. Sunday 
school at 9:30 a. m and 3 p. m. 

Methodist Protestant, Seventh, nr. Liberty sts: Preaching at 11 
a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. by Rev. W. E. Swain, pastor. Sunday school 
at 3 p. m. 

Presbyterian, Cherry, opp. Third sts : Preaching at 11 a. m. and 
7 p. m. bj' Rev. E. P. Davis, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. 

Baptist Church, Second st. near Chestnut: Preaching at 11 a. 
ni. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. H. A. Brown, pastor. Sunday school at 
9:30 a. m. 

St. Paul's Episcopal, Fourth, cor. Pine sts: Preaching at 11 a. 
m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. Lewis Williams officiating. Sunday school 
at 9:30 a. m. 

Broad Street Baptist Church, nr. Fourth st : Pastor, Rev. Pat- 
rick H. Pernell. Services 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
school at Broad Street Baptist Church at 3 p. m. 

Moravian, Salem, adj. Salem Female Academy: Preaching at 
10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m- by Dr. Edward Rondihaler, pastor. Sun- 
day school at 1:30 p. m. 

Sunday school at Elm Street Church, Salem, at 1:30 p. m. 



MORAVIAN CHURCH. 

THE brethren's UNITY. 

In connection with the settlement of Salem we have given some 
Moravian history, as the church had control of the land matters 
here for a hundred years after the purchase of the Wachovia ti'act. 

The first settlers of Salem arrived in January and February, 
1766. They were George Holder, Jacob Steiner, Michael Ziegler, 
Melchoir Rasp, of Pennsylvania, and Gottfried Prsezel, Niels Peter- 
son, Jens Smith and John Birkhead, from Europe. These were re- 
inforced by additional emigrants from Pennsylvania in the coming 
fall, accompanied by Rev. Richard Utley, who became the minister 
of the parish. A two story church building was erected in 1766 
which served a half dozen years as a house of worship when a more 
substantial church took its place. In 1772 a bell, weighing 2,758 
pounds was brought overland from Pennsylvania, and which serv- 
ed as a town clock by tolling the hours. A two stop organ was 
also made that year and took the place of the trombones which 



24 APPENDIX. 



had been brought from Europe with the first settlement of the phice. 
The 1772 structure served as a "meeting house" until the present 
remarkable edifice was completed in 1800. A large pipe organ was 
built in the new church in 1799, which is still in acceptable use 
there. The church structure is an imposing brick edifice which 
would probably cost 820,000 to duplicate at the present time. It 
was erected by the individual labors of the brethren and a large 
donation from Brother Frederick Marshall, the leader in the Mora- 
vian settlement, but no record was kept of the total expense. The 
superstructure is surmounted by a town clock which strikes not on- 
ly the hours, but the quarters as well. It has a conve;iient seating 
capacity for 800 people, and will hold on pressure a thousand souls 
or more. It is heated by furnaces, has kitchen attachments, pas- 
tor's conference rooms a large Sunday School Chapel, and is a cred- 
it to the people who worship there. The simplicity, industry and 
moral integrity of the Moravian Brotherhood has been widely 
felt in its refining influence over this section of country. The Sa- 
lem Female Academy was established by the Southern Synod of 
the Moravian Church in 1802. The organizations of this section 
are Salem and its four mission churches, Eden, Fried land. Fried- 
burg, Hope, Macedonia, New Philadelphia, Olivet, Old Town, Be- 
thania, Mt. Bethel, Providence and Oak Grove, numbering over 
1,600 communicants — of whom about 600 are in Salem parish. For 
eleven years past the Salem Church has been under the spiritual 
charge of Edwrrd Rondthaler, D. D., of Pennsylvania. After grad- 
uating at the Moravian Theological Seminar}', at Bethlehem, Pa.! 
Rev. Rondthaler was a student on the continent for some time- 
The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred upon him at Chapel 
Hill, in this State. 



The Union Grove Reform Club meets every Saturday night at 
7:30 o'clock. Public meeting first Saturday night in each month. 
Sunday School at 9 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. 



Burkhead M. E. Church, Liberty extension, Rev. Ira Erwin, pas- 
tor. Sunda}^ services 11a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. 



Moravian Church (under course of erection) Spruce near Fourth 
Streets, 



LODGES, ETC. 

Winston Lodge 167 F. A. & A. M. : W. M., N. S. Wilson ; S. W., 
H. Miller; Jr. B., T. L. Farrow; Treasurer, H. X. Dwire ; Secreta- 
ry, H. W. Foltz; S. D., J. Q. A. Barham; J. D., M. D. Bailey; 
Tiler, James Miller. Meets every 2nd Monday in each month, an i 



APPENDIX. 25 



on anniversaries of St. John. Grand Master of State, Samuel H. 
Smith. Meets at Masonic Hall. 



Winston Chapter No. 24 R A. M. : H. P., D. P. Mast; K., H, 
X. Dwire; S., F. G. Schaum ; Secretary, W. A. Blair; C. H., S. H. 
Smith ; P. S., J. Q. A. Barham ; E. A. C, P. W. Dalton ; G. M. 3r(i 
v., N. S. Wilson ; G. M. 2nd V., P. A. Wilson, Jr. ; G. M. Ist V., 
W. H. Miller; G., E. Spach. Meets every 1st and 3rd Monday in 
each month at Masonic Hall. 



Piedmont Commandery No. 6, K. T.: E. C, Samuel H. Smith ; 
G., D. P. Mast ; C. G., P. A. Wilson, Jr. ; Prelate, J. Q. A. Barham ; 
Treasurer, F. G. Schaum ; E., H. X. Dwire ; S. W., P. W. Dalton ; 
J. W., N. S. Wilson ; St. B., J. W. Alspaugh ; S. B., J. A. White . 
Warden, M. D. Bailey; Sentinel, E. Spach. Meets 4th Monday in 
each month at Masonic Hall. 



Order of Chosen Friends: Secretary, A. G. Hough; Treasurer, 
E. E. Gray; Chief Counselor, Z. T. Bynum; Medical Examiner, 
Dr. Eobah Graj'. 

Union Grove Temperance Eeform Club, Libertj'' : President, J. 
N. Kennedy ; 1st Vice-President, B. A. Johnson ; Secretary, James 
Johnson. Meets every Saturday night at Union Grove Church. 



Twin City Club: President, Capt. S. E. Allen; Secretary and 
Treasurer, E. L. Crawford ; Executive Committee, Dr. H. T. Bahn- 
son, L. A. Vaughn, J. L. Ludlow, E. L. Candler. 



German Club : President, E. L. Crawford ; Secretary and Treas- 
urer, E. C. Strayhorn ; Executive Committee, C. S. Johnson, W. N. 
Eeynolds. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union — Winston Branch — Oflfi- 
cers: President, Phebe J. Ector; Corresponding Secretary, Ida J. 
Pay lor ; Eecording Secretary, Ellen V. Williams ; Treasurer, Olivia 
Starr. 



Officers of Y. W. C. T. U. : President, Minnie Ogburn ; Corres- 
ponding and Eecording Secretarj-, Susie E. Williams; Treasurer, 
Dcna Newton. 



Officers of Lyal Legion : Superintendent, Susie E. Williams ; 
President, O.scar Williams; Secretary, Katie Hanes; Treasurer. 
Willie Watkins. Meet in Eeform Club Hall every Friday at 4 f. 
m. 



26 APPENDIX. 



Young Men's Christian Association: President, W. A. Blair; 
Vice-President, E. A. Ebert ; 2nd Vice-President, W. T. Spaugh ' 
Eecording Secretary, M. D. Stockton ; Treasurer, W. P. Pollard ' 
General Secretary, E. L. Harris. 



Children's Sunbeam Mission Society — First Baptist Church, 2nd 
Street. Meets every second week. President, Miss Mollie Wat- 
kins. 



Ladies Aid Society, Broad Street Baptist Church ; President, 
Mrs. A. J. Hunt. 



Ladies Baptist Aid Society : President, Mrs. E. D. Eich ; Sec- 
retary, Mrs. W. T. Johnson; Treasurer, Mrs. C. J. "Watkins. Meets 
every Thursday at 3 p. m. 



Forsyth Eiflemen, Co. A., 3rd Eegiment N. C. S. G. : Captain, 
W. T. Gray; 1st Lieutenant, J. C. Bessent; 2nd Lieutenant, C. H- 
Williams; Chaplain, H. A. Brown; Surgeon, Dr. E. F. Gray. 



Winston Fire Department — Winston Steamer. Captain, A. j' 
Eights; Secretary, B. A. Johnson. 



Twin-City Hospital, Liberty near Third Street. Mrs. L. E. 
Campbell, Matron. Organized Dec, 1887. Number of patients 
admitted up to date, 58; deaths, 1. President, Mrs. J. A. Bitting; 
Secretary, Mrs. E. L. Patterson ; Treasurer, Mrs. Nellie Shepherd. 

:o: 

COLORED CHURCHES, ETC. 

Presbyterian Church : Pastor, W. L. Bethel ; Services at 1:30 a. 
m. and 3 p. m. ; Sunday School at 2 p. m. 



Zion Methodist Church, Best's Alley : Pastor, J. W. Goler; Serv- 
ices at 3 p. ra. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School at 11 a. m. ; Prayer 
Meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. 



First Baptist Church, Sixth Street : Pastor, George W. Holland ; 
Services at 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. ; Prayer 
meeting eveiy Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 



M. E. Church, Seventh Street : Pastor, William Houston ; Serv- 
ices at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School at 10:30 a. m. ; Prayer 
meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. 



Good Samaritan Shining Star Lodge, No. 305 : W. C, N. L. 



APPENDIX. 27 



Young; W. P. D., Annie Hoover; W. V. C, B. F. Stewart; W. D. 
F., Bella Hunt ; W. E. S , R. L. Hall ; W. F. S., William Grasty ; 
W. T., Joseph Allen ; W. P. L., P. S. Scales ; Conductor, James Gill : 
W. P. C, W. H. Price ; W. P. P. D., Elvira Whitfield. Meets every 
2nd and 4th Tuesday nights at Citizens' Hull, Eighth and Liberty 
Streets. 



Good Samaritans Winston Star Lodge, No. 95 . W. C, J. W. 
Wade ; P. C, J. H. Preston ; R. S., G. W. B. Hawkins ; F. S., John 
Hawkins; Treasurer, Pinkney Goins; Conductor, William Haw- 
kins; W. P., John Hawkins; V. C, Pink George; G. D., Elijah 
Mayo. Meet 1st and 3rd Thursday night in each month at Citi- 
zens' Hall, Eight and Liberty Streets. 

Bloom of Youth Lodge, No. 127 I. O. I.: W. M., W. H. Pace ; 
C. C, E. P. Mayo ; C. S., J. F. Hughes. Meets every 1st and 3rd 
Monday in each month. 



Juveniles: Presiding Daughter, Lucy Goins; Chief, William 
Kelly ; Junior V. Chief, Gidney Mitchell ; Daughter Fount, Arra 
Allen; Financial Secretary, Samuel Nelson; Daughter Finance, 
Mary Webster; Recording Secretary, John Bailey; Daughter 
Record, Bettie Webster ; Prelate, Henry Gattis; Daughter of Les- 
sons, Mary Webster; P. C, William Preston ; P. P. D., Hattie Cox; 
Conductor, William Brown. Meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday 
niirht in each month. 



Gold Leaf Cornet Band : Captain, J. W. Mayo; Secretary, J. 
F.Hughes; Treasurer, A. D. Douthit. Meets every Tuesday and 
Thursday of each week, corner 4th and Church Streets. 



Gilt Edge Cornet Band : Captain A. D. King; Secretary, J. E. 
Kimbrough; Treasurer, Rufus Capps. Meets every Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Friday nights at Brown Bros' building. Church Street. 



Winston Star Lodge, No. 2.308 : N. G., G. C. Crump ; V. G., Lee 
Moore; Secretary, J. B. Gwynn. Meets every 1st and 3rd Monday 
in each month at Citizens' Hall, Eighth and Liberty Streets. 

Resurgam Lodge, No. 27 : W. M., A. L. Hargrove ; Secretary, 
J. F. Hughes. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday night in each 
month at Citizens Hall, Eighth and Liberty Streets. 



A. L. Assembly, No. 6,655 K.ofL.: M. W., R. D. Howlett 
Secretary, J. H. F. Dabney. 



28 APPENDIX. 



Benevolent Association : President, B. Dabner ; Vice-President, 
David Smith; Secretary, Lizzie Talbot; 2nd Secretary, Jordan 
Reid ; Treasurer, Samuel Talbot. Meets first Monday night in 
each month. 



CITY OFFICERS OF SALEM. 

Mayor: Augustus Fogle. 
Cheif of Police: Samuel Ebert. 
Police Force : Lewis Lumley. 

Commissioners: H. W. Shore, H. S. Crist, H. E. Fries, S. E. 
Butner, A. A. Spach, A. C. Vogler and Henry Mclver. 
Street Commissioner: A. Fogle. 



LODGES, ETC. 

Salem Lodge, No 289, A. F. & A. M., meets at Hunter's Hall, Main 
St., 1st Tuesday night, at 7:30 o'clock, of each month. E. A. Ebert, 
W. M., A. C. Meinung, Sect'y. 

Salem Lodge, No. 36., I. O. O. F., N. G., John E. Walker; V. G., 
E. Spach; Secty., H. G. Foucht; Treas., A. J. Gale. Meets each 
Tuesday of each week at Masonic Hall. 



Salem Encampment No. 20., I. O. O. F. C. P., S. H. Smith ; H. 
P., W. H. Watson : S. W., C. B. Watson : J. W., A. J. Gale ; Treas., 
E. J. Hitt; Secty., J. C. Bessent. Meets Ist and 4th Thursday of 
each month at Masonic Hall. 



Liberty Council No. 3., Junior Order United American Me- 
chanics. Counselor, W. J. Cranford; Eec Secty, C. E. Carter; Fin 
Secty, E. B. Homey. Meets every Monday at 8. p. m., at Masonic 
Hall. 



Salem "Eough and Eeady" Fire Co. Chief, F. C, Meinung- 1st 
Lieutenant, Eobert Petree; 2nd Lieutenant, E. B. Horney; Secre- 
tary, William Pfohl; Chief Engineer, Edward Davis; Fireman, 
Cicero Sink ; Ass't Fireman, James Lineback. Company 22 mem- 
bers. 



Forsyth Lodge, No. 6., Ancient Order United Workmen. M. W., 
A. B. Gorrell: Foreman, John A. Brown; Overseer, C.G.Lanier; 
Eecorder, W. E. Franklin ; Treas, James Martin. 



Salem Cornet Band, organized 1830, meets every Wednesday at 
7:30 p. m., at Main cor New Shallowford streets. Prof. D. T. 
Crouse, Musical Director; G. F. Jenkins, Secty and Treas. 



APPENDIX. ,, 29 



Salem Orchestra, 16 members, meets every Tuesday 8 p. m., at 
Music Hall, Prof. George Markgraff, Director. 



Salem Literary Society, founded in 1854 under the name of 
Forsyth Literary, which was afterward changed to Salem Literary 
Society. The following are some of the charter members, A. C- 
Brietz, F. E. Boner, Hamilton Sheppard, Alexander Foltz, William 
A. Eeich and Samuel James. The Society has a library of about 
800 volumns. Meets every Friday night in its hall over the Post 
Office. Officers for the second quarter 1889. President, Walter 
Barrow; Vice President, E. S. Crosland; Secretary, H. A.Pfohl; 
Treasurer, E. B. Kearns; Chaplain, E. P. Winkler; Librarian, S. F* 
Pfohl. 



SALEM PRINTING OFFICE, 

The Salem printing office was established by Mr. John C. Blum 
in November, 1827, January 6th, 1829, the "Weekly Gleaner," a 
family newspaper, appeared. In 1830 the paper was enlarged un- 
der the name of "Farmers Reporter and Weekly Chronicle," was 
published five years. In 18-41 the "Carolina Gazett," was publish- 
ed and continued for two years, followed in 1851 by "The People's 
Press," which has been published over twenty -five years. The well 
known and popular "Farmer's and Planter's Almanac" was com- 
menced in 1828, and has been published uninterruptedly by the 
same family for half a century. It has the largest circulation of 
any publication in the State. 



H. H. REYNOLDS — AND HIS RED ELEPHANT. 

Among the enterprising plug manufacturers of Winston, N. C, 
Mr. H. H. Reynolds stands among the first who have made money 
out of the tobacco business. This gentleman was raised in the 
famous yellow tobacco section of Virginia, his home being on the 
line of Henry and Patrick counties. His life has been devoted to 
the tobacco business and he is to-day among the best judges of the 
weed South. This is essential to every man who would make a 
success out of tobacco manufacturing. 

Mr. Reynolds came to Winston several years ago and in 1885 he 
built the immense factory which stands on the west side of Liberty 
street and which he now occupies. This factory is 53x160 feet and 
is five stories high. From 150 to 250 hands are employed in mak- 
ing the famous "Red Elephant" and other popular brands of plug 
tobacco. The trade mark for the "Red Eleijhant" brand registered 
in 1883 and immense quantities of this popular tobacco have been 
made and used all over the country. In addition to the intrinsic 
value of this tobacco, it has been exceedingly popular and has been 



30 APPENDIX. 



among the most successful registered brands. In addition to the 
"Eed Elephant" Mr. Reynolds makes various other brands of plug 
and twist tobacco, among which are: "Ee^aiolds Best," "Honey 
Dew," "City Talk," "Planters Pride, ' "Eeaper," "Reynolds' Jack," 
*'Twin City," "Honey Comb 3 ply twist." 

In making these brands only the fine leaf grown in the Piedmont 
section is used and the very best "G C." Licorice and other first 
class ingredients. Skilled labor only is emploj'ed in the factory 
and many of his wornmen are those who have been in his factory 
ever since Mr. Reynolds began manufacturing. All these things 
put together and added to them the energy and enterprise which 
Mr. R. brings into his business, we clearly see why it is possible 
for him to enjoj' such large success. 

Last year over one-million pounds of leaf was manufa(!tured. Mr. 
Reynolds personall}' superintends his factory as well as the pur- 
chase of the leaf used therein. These goods wherever sold hold 
their own among customers and for them their is a steady demand. 

He has always taken an active interest in every movemen that 
had for its object the welfare of his fellow citizens. In commercial 
circles he enjoj^s the highest confidence and is recognized as an 
honorable and reliable business man, a libesal and public spirited 
citizen, who commands the esteem and respect of all men. 

TWIN-CITY DAILY. 

The Twin-City Daily is the onl}' daily paper published in 
Winston-Salem, has a larger local circulation than any other paper, 
and it is constantly increasing. 

It is the largest evening daily published in North Carolina, is 
bright and spicy and keeps abreast of the times. It is a wide- 
awake news paper, gives the news of the day at home and abroad, 
latest telegraphic dispatches, and a full record of home happenings 
and local events of interest. 

It is progressive, believes in keeping at the front in the march, 
and is always ready to push Winston-Salem and every enterprise 
in which thej' are interested. It is a paper of the people, publish- 
ed for the people, read by the people and endorsed by the people. 
It goes into every household and its merits as an advertising me- 
dium are attested by the liberal patronage it receives from busi- 
ness men. J. O. F03', editor and proprietor. 

Office up stairs. Liberty Block, Winston, N. C. 

THE UNION REPUBLICAN. 

This newspaper, one of the institutions of Winston-Salem, was 
established in 1872. Two years thereafter, its title, good will, etc., 
were purchased by its present owner and editor, J. W. Goslen, who 
came to the work with some experience in newspaper enterprise, 
and a graduate of one of the leading colleges of the State. The 



APPENDIX. 31 



paper has been under his management and control for a period 
covering now about sixteen years. 

Four years ago the paper was enlarged to an eight column folio, 
an entire outfit of new type, new power Potter press and an engine 
were purchased. The entire machinery of the oflSce, including the 
job department, is operated by steam power and is one of the most 
complete newspaper and job offices in the State. The circulation 
now numbers 3,000 and is one of the leading newspapers in the 
section. It is Republican in politics, printed on good book, in neat 
style, every Thursda}^, and mailed to subscribers, at $1.50 per 
annum. 

Besides the editor-in-chief, it has a local editor Avho is also fore- 
man of the office, Mr. George H. Rights — a canvasser and corres- 
pondent, Mr. M. F. Masten; and a corps of regular correspondents, 
including Washington, D. C, who write short and newsy letters 
weekly. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



WINSTON. 



Fourth Street, running from east to west limits, crossing Main 
at Public Square. 

Main Street, from 1st to north limits. 

First Street, dividing line between towns, east and west. 

Second Street, 1st north, 1st east to west limits. 

Third, 2nd north, 1st east to west limits. 

Fourth, 3d north, 1st east to west limits. 

Fifth, 4th north, 1st east to west limits. 

Sixth, 5th north, 1st east to west limits. 

Seventh, 6th north, Ist east to west limits. 

Eighth, west from intersection of Main and Liberty to Oak 
Street. 

Ninth, west from Old Town to Old Town road. 

Broad, 1st west Spring, from Ist to 5th. 

Cherry, 3d west Main, from 1st to noi'th limits. 

Chestnut, 2nd East Main, from north to south limits. 

Church, 1st east Main, from limits to limits. 

Elm, 2nd west Main, from Ist to 4th. 

Liberty. 1st west Main, from 1st to Liberty addition. 

Liberty addition, from Depot n. e. to limits. 

Main, north and south to limits. 

Depot, 3d east Main, from north limits to R. & D. R. R. Depot. 

Old Town, 2nd w^est Main, north limits to 4th. 



32 APPENDIX. 



Old Town road intersects Old Town. 

Pine, 4th west Main, from 1st to 6th. 

Poplar, 6th west Main, from 4th to 6th. 

Shallowford road intersects Broad. 

Spring, west corporate limits. 

Summit, west limits from 4th to n. limits. 

Sycamore, 5th east Main, between 4th and 5th Streets. 

Vine, 4th east Main, between 4th and 5th. 

Oak, west from Old Town road to North limits. 



SALEM. 



Ash, 3d west Main, from west. 

Bank, 4th south, 1st from Church to limits. 

Belew's Creek, 1st south, 1st frum Main to west limits. 

Belew's Creek road intersects Belew's Creek Street. 

Broad, from 1st to Mulberry. 

Cemetery, 2nd south, 1st from Main. 

Cherry, 3d west Main, from 1st to New Shallowford road. 

Church, 1st east Main, from limits to limits. 

Elm, 2nd west Main, from 1st to Old Shallowford. 

Hight, 1st south, 1st from Elm west to limits. 

Laurel, 5th west Main, from Old Shallowford to south limits. 

Main, north and south to limits. 

Marshall, Ist west Main, from Mill to Old Shallowford. 

Mill, 8th south, Ist from Main to west limits. 

Muiberiy, 4th west Main, from Old Shallowford to s. limits. 

New Shallowford, 3d south, 1st from Main to west limits. 

Old Lexington road intersects Salisbury road. 

Old Plank road intersects Waughtown road. 

Old Shallowford road, 5th south, 1st from Church to west limits. 

Paper Mill road intersects west end to New Shallowford. 

Pine, 4th west Main, from 1st to New Shallowford road. 

Poplar, 2nd west Main, from Mill to Old Shallowford. 

Salisbury road, south end Main. 

Spruce, 5th west Main, from 1st to north Shallowford. 

Walnut, 7th south, 1st from Main west to limits. 

Waughtown road intersects Main and Mill. 

West, 6th south, 1st from Church west to limits. 



TURNER'S 
Wiii^ton City ©ii'edtofy. ^ 






li889-90.i€. 

— :0: 



Abbreviations Used in this Directory, 

Al)., above; advt., advertisment ; ave., avenue ; bds ., boards; bet., be- 
tween; com., eomniis.sion : com. mer , commission mercliant; cor., corner; 
do., ditto ; e., east ; ft., foot ; h, house: lu., lane; mfg., manufacturing; mfr., 
manufacturer ; mfrs., manufacturers ; n., nortli ; nr., near ; lab., laborer ; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. 0., post olBce; r., rooms; s., south; st., street; w.> 
v.est ; Wash'n Washingtpn ; wid., widow; wks., works; tob., tobacco; R. & 
D. R. R., Richmond and Danville Rail Road ; gen'l mdse., general merchan- 
dise; supt., superintendent. 



WHITE DEPARTMENT. 



(Winston Colored Department Follows White and 
Likewise with Salem.) 



/\dAMS jane, doiii, h Spruce nr 4tli 

Adams Jesse J, clerk, h Main nr 7th 

Agee Floyd, carpenter, h Liberty nr 5th 

Albarty Mrs Eliza, wid,. h Church cor 7th 

Albea Eugene P, bookkeeper, h 4th cor Spruce 

Albea Miss Julia A, h Cherry cor 4th 

Albea Rev W W, h Cherry cor 4th 

Alexander W P. clerk, h Liberty cor 6th 

Allen Mrs Emma, nurse, Twin-City Hospital 

Allen Daniel, tob enip, r Cherr}' nr 3d 

Allen Hutchison, house boy, h 4th cor Broad 

Allen Mrs Mary, dom, h Libertj' cor 3rd 

Allen Sidney E, hardware, crockery, etc, cor Main and 3rd, 

h Spruce nr 4th 
Alsop Geo W, engineer, h 4th nr Poplar 
Alspaugh J W, cashier 1st nat bank, h cor 5th and Liberty 
Anderson E M, tob emp, h Liberty 

Anderson Fannie, tob emp, h Liberty between 4th and 5th 
Anderson Robt, tob emp, Libert}^ between 4th and 5th 
Angel Nancy, dom, h 4th nr Poplar 

T\.» "\7" f\ TlirkmrkOrin Farnaers passing through WinstoiJ 
Ul . \ , \J, 1 iJUlU [J&U 11. „.iii fifni it to t|,pii. interest to leave 

their orders with me. Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT "K^nr^ ry Dealer in Kennebec River Ice, in large or small 
• XjL. jLV.lli^^ quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Winston or Salem, Uttice, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



34 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 



Apperson T B, clerk, h 4th nr Liberty 

Ashcraft Henry C, Ashcraft & Owens, li 4th and Pond 

Ashcraft & Owens, druggists, Main and 3d 

Atwater John N, clerk, r Liberty nr 1st 

Atwater N, shipping clerk, h Cherry nr 2nd 

Austin Joseph, carpenter, h Depot nr 5th 

Bailey A, h Spruce nr 5th 

Bailey Bros, tobacco manufacturers. Chestnut nr 4th 

Bailey Miss Jane, h 5th cor Cherry 

Bailey J W, supt for Bailey Bros, h 4th nr Cherry 

Bailey M D, (Bailey Bros) h oth nr Broad 

Bailey P N, (Bailey Bros) h Cherry cor 2nd 

Bailey Thomas, h 9th east 

Baity J T, W I) Baitv & Sons, h 4th cor Spruce 

Baity W P, W D Baity & Sons, h Cross Roads Church 

Baity W D & Sons, Bee Ilive Cash Store, Main nr 3d 

Baker Geo, carpenter, h Vine 

Baltimore United Oil Co, W L Rice, agt, office nr R R depot 

Barbee G W, Barbee & Young, h Oak 

Barbee & Young, grocers, &c, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Barber Thomas, tob buyer, h 4th nr Spruce 

Barham & Holland, livery stables, Church nr 3d 

Barham J Q A, auctioneer kt Brown's Warehouse, h 4th cor 

Broad 
Barham N B, Barham & Holland, h 4th 
Barham Walter U, bookkeeper, h 4th cor Broad 
Barker John, tob roller, h Oak 
Barnes Wm M, tob emp, h Liberty nr 6th 
Barrier L P, Grocer, h 5th 
Barrow H W, h Main cor Ist 
Baxley John II, tob emp, h 7th nr Cherry 
Baxley Rev J M, pastor Yadkin Mission, h 7th nr Cherry 
Beard Miss Bora, h Main cor 6th 




BARBEE & YQUII6, 



DEALERS IX 



HEAVY m FANCY 
GROCERIES, 

CUNTRY PRODUCE, 

Canned Goods, Tobacco 

and Cigars. A share of your 

patronage solicited. 



HINSHAW & JMEDEARIS. Three cardinal virtues in their dealings 
with you : Good Quality, Lowest Prices and Perfect Satisfaction. 
Thev don't handle shoddv wods. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. 'Vo^IVIne' 

Clotliiii". 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 35 

Beard William II, tailor, h Main cor 6th 

Beck Joseph, top enip, h Old Town 

Beck Mrs Martha J, wid, h Liberty cor 3d 

Beck Wni W, engineer, h Liberty cor 3d 

Bedee Prof A II, prof music, bds Jones House 

Bell O F D, clerk, h Liberty cor Gth 

Bell R, carpenter, h nr Liberty 

Bell Wm, h nr Liberty 

Bennett J A, marble works. Main bet 4th and 5th, h Salem 

Benton Mrs Mamie W, wid, h 5th nr Spring 

Berger Chas II, bakery, Liberty ex, h do 

Berwanger Bros, clothiers, 3d bet Main and Liberty 

Berwanger David, Berwanger Bros, bds Hotel Fountain 

Berrier L P, grocer. Main nr 3d, h 5th 

Bevan Joseph, jr, jeweler, h Old Town 

Bevan Joseph, "watchmaker and jeweler, Main nr 3d, h Salem 

Bevel Wm, lab, h Old Town 

Bishop Mrs Mary, wid, h 8th nr Old Town 

Bishop T P, life insurance. Main nr 3d, h do 

Bishop Mrs T P, representing Dr McGill's Treatment, Main 

nr 3d, h do 
Bitting & Hay, tob manufacturers. Cherry nr 7th 
Bitting J A, pres First National Bank, also of Bitting & Ilay, 

h 5th bet Poplar and Spring 
Black Mrs E M, boarding house". Main bet 2nd and 3d 
Blackburn, Dalton & Co, tobacco manufacturers, cor Cherry 

and Gth 
Blackburn Miss Delia, h Old Town cor 8th 
Blackburn Granville, brick mason, h Old Town cor 8th 

mrsTt. b. bishopT^ 



-AGENT FOR- 



SPlClf IC. 'I- 



OYER ADA HASTENS MILLINERY STORE, 

-AGEx\T FOR THE 



t B 



WINSTON, N. C. 

Brown. Rogers & Co. S,™''^v'r.r'l;n;/"Srrb: 

found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



D TT TT'-ii^fy I^^^^^*' "^ '^^"**' "•'•'I'lfs of Stf-am, Smitliiiij:, 
• Xl. Xjk..lll^^ Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads oi- 
lers, at lowest prices. Tliird and Depot Street.s, Winston. 

36 WINSTON DIEECTORy!— VV hite^ 



Blackburn Samuel, Blackburn, Dalton & Co, h 5th iir Broad 

Blair Miss Elva,b Cherry bet 4th and 5th 

Blair Prof John J, pi'of Graded School, h Spruce cor 5th 

Blair Prof William A, prin Graded School, h Spruce cor 5tli 

Blnni Miss Amanda, h Liberty ex 

Blum Geo, h Liberty ex 

Blum Irving, tin and copper worker and grocer, Liberty ex, 

h do 
Blum l)r J A, dentist, Spruce cor 4th, h do 
Blum Miss Julia, h Liberty ex 
Blum Mrs Sarah C, wid, h Lil)erty ex 
Blum Webster, h Liberty ex 
l^ofhtt Miss Z M, bds Jones ITouse 
Boggs Miss E A, school teacher, h Summit cor 4th 
Boggs II V, student, h Summit cor 4th 
Boggs John S, foreman, h Summit cor 4th 
Boggs General AV R, h Summit cor 4th 
Boney Mrs Mary J, wid, h Liberty nr Chestnut 
Booe'Geo W, tob emp,h Depot nr Gth 
Bouchenheimer Miss Tempie, dom, h Cheriy cor 1st 
Bowers Mrs A R, wid, h 5th 
Bowers Miss Beatrice, h 5th 
Bowers Miss Dora, tob worker, h Chestnut 
Bowers Miss Nannie, li 5th 
Bowers Wm, tob worker, h Main ex 

Bowhannon Frank, Grffith&Bowhannon, h Liberty nr 5tli 
Bowman Mrs M E, wid, h Cherry cor 4th 
Boyer John, h Liberty nr 6th 
Bradford Miss Annie, h Old Town 
Bradford J W, policeman, h Old Town 
Bradford Miss Maggie, h Old Town 
Brame Peter J, tobacconist, h 7th cor Liberty 
Brame T W, tloor mang Farmers' Warehouse, r do 
Brewer Frank, barber, h Old Plank rd 
Brewer James, brick mason, h Oak . 
Brewer Miss Laura, h Old Plank rd 
Brewer Miss Lizzie, h Old Plank rd 
Brewer Mrs Mary, wid, h Shallowford 
Brewer Samuel L, barber. Main nr 3d, h Church 
Brewer Mrs Sarah, wid, Old Plank rd 
Brewer Thomas, butcher, h Old Plank rd 
Bridgers Miss E V, h Old Town cor 8th 
Bridgers Mrs Fannie, wid, h Old Town cor 8th 
Brinkley Julia, washer, h Cherry 
Broadaway Mrs J S, h Liberty nr 6th 

S4 •^ *l) c Winston's popular Druggists, oan sup|>ly any 

tOWI\ CL 'Dl OWI) want, and carefnlly compound proscriptions 
at all hours, dav or night. Corner Liberty and 4tli Streets. 



Ss P Allf^n '^'''•i<^l«'*«l^' !in'l Rft'iil Dealer in Hardware, Crockery, 
kj. -IJ ii III. M^ Glassware, Hoine Furnisliiiig (ioorls, Stoves, &<-., coV- 
iier Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Whitk. 



37 



l>roadaway Miss Maude, school teacher, h Liberty nr 6th 
Brock Mrs Martha, wid, h 3d nr Chestnut 
Brock Thos N, toh buyer, h 2d nr Chestnut 

Brown , distiller, h 4th nr Hillside av 

Brown Mrs Ann, tailoress, h Oak 

Brown & Bro, tob nit'rs, Church nr 4th 

Brown & Brown, drugirists, cor Liberty and 4tli. See advt 

Brown D, driver, 8th nr Old Town 

Brown Frank C, Brown & Brown, h Cherry nr 2d 

Brown Mrs Hattie, wid, h Liberty ex 

Brown Hattie, tob enip, h Old Town cor 5th 

Brown Rev Henry A, pastor First Bajitist church, h 2d bet 

Church and Chestnut 
Brown Mrs Jane E, wid, h Liberty 
Brown John A, clerk, h Cherry cor Ist 
Brown John W, bookkeejier, h 5th cor Poplar 
Brown L C H, tobacconist, h 5th nr Poplar 
Brown Miss Mary, tob ernp, h Hillside ave nr 5th 
Brown Mary, washer, h 9th east 
Brown Mary tob enip, h Old Town cor 5th 
Brown Orlando M, tob roller, h 9th east 
Brown R 1), Brown & Bro, h Spruce cor 5th 
Brown R I), jr, h Spruce cor 5th 
Brown, Rogers & Co, T J Brown, J M Rogers and W B 

Carter, jr, hardware, &c, 4th bet Main and Liberty 
Brown Rosa, tob emp, h cor Old Town and 5th 
Brown liufus, tob enip, h Church cor 7th 
Brown Thomas J, W T Carter & Co, Brown & Carter and 

Brown, Rogers & Co, h cor 5th and Cherry 
Brown W C, Brown & Brown, r 4th bet Liberty and Main 
Brown W L, Brown & Bro, h Spruce nr 5th 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




HARDWARE, 

UicUnerj, Agricultural Inplesients, 

fJEISER THRESHERS, BUGGIES, 
ANDPHyETOXS, 

STOVES, PAINTS, OILS, El 



Or V O T*hnmn<^nn ''''*' popular Winston Druggist, 
i.ji. 1 . vy» J ii\_»inpo^ii, carries a complete and select stock 
of everjf description of proprietary medicine. 



DTX T^-i-nry Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. Xl. J^lXJl^, Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 

Depot Streets, Winston, N. C 



38 



WINSTON DIEECTOKY.— White. 



Brown Wm, h Cheny nr 5th 

Brown's "Warehouse, Brown & Carter^ proprietors, Main nr 
5th 

Bryan E E, tob buyer, h Pond 

Bryan Mrs E R, wid, h Pond 

Bryan Miss N J, h Pond 

Bryan R W, tob erap, h Pond 

Biiford Charles, station agt N W N C R R also agt Southern 
Express, h Main nr 1st 

Bullock VV M, tob emp, h Roanoke 

Bnrk D J, farmer, h Shallowford rd 

Burk II F, farmer, h Elm 

Burk John J, com traveler, h 4th nr Summit 

Burket Mrs Angeline, wid, h Old Town nr 8th 

Burr Randall, tob emp, h Oak 

Burton D R, tobacconist, h Old Town cor 8th 

Burton J F, leaf dealer, h Liberty nr 5th 

Bush John S, com traveler, h Spruce cor 5th 

Busic Mrs M C, h 8th nr Liberty 

Buxton John C, AVatson & Buxton, lawyers and ins, h Spruce 

' . nr 5tli 

Byerly J W, S B;yerly & Son, h Liberty ex 

Byerly S & Son, genl mdse and tobacco manufacturers, Lib- 
erty ex 

Bynum Brooks, h Spruce nr 5th 

Bynum, Cotto"n & Co, tobacco manufacturers, Cherry cor 6th 

Bynum John, drug clerk, h Liberty 

Bynum Miss Pamela, milliner, h Liberty 

Bynum Z"^ Taylor, Bynum, Cotten & Co,h Spruce nr 5th 

Caffey J W, shipping clerk, h 7th nr Cherry 

Cain John, tob emp, h Liberty 



EAGLE SMC TOBAC 



MANUFACTURED BY- 



[] 



-> S. BYERIiY & SON, -> 

> Immense stock of Ladles Dress Goods, Notions, Trim- 
mings, Laces, Hosiery, White Goods, Bleached and 
Brown Domestics, Ginghams, Lawns, Prints, Calicoes, 
etc. Splendid assortment of Carpet and Straw Mattings at prices that defy competition. 



Hiisliaw & Meieans 



Rosenbacher & Brother, '^t"^: IZ.X 

tiie thousand. 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 39 



Candler Miss E C, h Broad nr 4th 

Candler Mrs L J, wid, h Broad nr 4th 

Candler Miss L L, h Broad nr 4th 

Candler R L, R L Candler & Co, h Broad nr 4th 

Candler R L & Co, tobacco manufacturers, 41 nr Poplar 

Carniichael Louis, carpenter, h Liberty 

Carmichael Robert E, compositor, h 4th nr Hillside av 

Carnish J W, blacksmith. Fries old plank rd, h do 

Campbell Mrs L E, matron Twin-City Hospital, h do 

Carolina Real Estate Co, R Stevens, manager, cor 3d and 

Liberty 
Carter Miss Anna Lee, tob erap, h 3d east 
Carter Frank, twist cutter, h S^-camore 
Carter J(^hn, tob emp, h Bahnsontown 
Carter Miss Lemma V, h Broad 
Carter Miss Luc}', tob emp, h 3d east 
Carter Mrs M M, wid, h Broad 
Carter & Pollard, leaf tobacco, cor Main and 2nd 
Carter Thos, tob emp. h 3d east 
Carter W B, jr, Brown & Carter, Brown, Rogers & Co, W 

T Carter &.Co, Carter & Pollard, h 4th and Poplar 
Carter W T, W T Carter & Co, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Carter W T &Co, W T Carter, T J Brown and W B Carter, 

jr, genl mdse, 4th cor Main 
Casey C A, carpenter, h Crawford av 
Casey P R, tob emp, r Cherry bet 6th and 7th 
Cates Edward, lab, h Oak 
Cates Louis, waggoner, h Oak 
Cates Miss Mary, h Old Town nr 9th 
Cates Robt, driver, h Old Town nr 9th 
Cates S R, farmer, h Oak 
Catyn Richard, tob emp, h 7th nr Cherry 
Cauble Robert, tob emp, h 7th nr Cherry 
Chamber of Commerce, J W Fries, pres, J D Paylor, sec and 

treas, cor 3d and Liberty 
Chamberlain A C, Neal & Chamberlain, h Broad 
Chamberlain S K, architect, h Broad 
Champion Mrs M E, wid, h 2nd nr Church 
Chapman Miss Elvira, saleslady, h Cherry nr 5th 
Chapman MrsE, saleslady, bds Main nr 5th 
Chatham Miss M A, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 
Chewning Frank S, contractor, h Poplar nr 5th 
Chewning Geo G, student, h Poplar nr 5th 
('hewning Miss Ora, h Poplar nr 5th 
Chick W H, painter. Oak, h do 



CJ^^ „ ^ ^ L^ -^ r( Stoves, Ranjies, Furnaces, II 
Ol'OWq, ?(0^ei'^ & Co. steam, Gas and Water Pipinj 



Heater.- 
Sheet Iron. 



DTT 'TF^\y\CV '^'^'''^'t'' orders iVoni all points on tlie Wilkesboro 
. XIL. J^lll^ Extension, Roanoke «fe Southern and Mocksvillo 
liailroads?, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 



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WINSTON DIKECTORY.— White. 



Cisk Mrs Lou, h Depot nr 5th 

Clark & Ford, genl mtlse, cor 4th and Liberty 

Clark William 11, Clark & Ford, h Cherry nr 6th 

Clements Mrs Gertie, h Liberty ex 

Cliftbrd W J, com salesman, bds 4th nr Liberty 

Clinard E C, clerk, h Spruce bet Ist and 2d 

Coble E F, carpenter, h Depot nr 6th 

('offer J J, watchman, h Liberty 

Coles Alexander, clerk, h Liberty 

Coles J A, clerk, h Liberty nr 6th 

Coles J E, tobacconist, h Liberty nr 6th 

Colwell Sam, tob emp, h cor 5th and Liberty 

Conklinii; Mrs M A, wid, h Spruce cor 5th 

Cook Frank, W A Cooper & Co, h Clemmonsvillc, N C 

Cook Jacob, carpenter, h Elm nr 2d 

Cooper Charles, carpenter, h 4tt) nr Spring 

Cooper Miss Fannie, student, h 4th nr Spring 

Cooper Geo W, printer, h 4t]i nr Spring 

Cooper T D, h 4th nr Spring 

C(X)per T R, carpenter, h 4th nr Spring 

Cooper W A, W A Cooper & Co, marble works, h 4th nr 

Spring 
Cooper W A & Co, marble and granite works, 4th nr Liberty 
Cornish Jas, blacksmith, h Fries old plank rd 
Gotten Mrs C B, wid, h Cherry cor 3d 
Gotten R W, Bynum, Gotten & Co, h Cherry cor 3d 
Crakes Mrs Lettie, seamstress, h Liberty nr 5th 
Cranford William G, Spach & Granford, h 4th nr Maple 
Graver G P, tob emp, h Main nr 4th 
Graver Miss Laura, dom, h Cherry cor 5th 
Graver Nancy, nurse, h Cherry cor 5th 



(Successors to I. W. 
Durliam.) 

■'^^rs.aa.stoaa., liT. C. 



-DEAliERS IN 



hM and Sranite 




Please give ns a call _^ 
before purchasing. ^-,- 



8L <? ©^ Carry a complete stock of proprietary med 

1 0\Vr| C£ OrOWri Idne, Palnts, Oil and Varnishes which they 
letail almost at wholesale prices. Cor. Liberty and 4th Streets, Winston. 



STJI All OTI Agent for King's Groat Western PowcUm- Co., Her- 
. XLl. xA.iit^lI, culese PownlerCo. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Champion Mowers, Reajiers and Binders. 



WINSTON 1)1 EECTORY.— White. 



41 



Crawford J K, tob emp, h Liberty ex 

Crawford Roliert L, clerk, Old Town 

Crawford Robert R, hai-dware, baniess and buggies, cor 4tb 

and Liberty, b Old Town cor 7th 
Crawford Thomas B, clerk, h Old Town cor 7tb 
Crews Cbarles, printer, li Main nr 6th 
Crews C 13, lab, h Liberty cor Pepot 
Crews Mrs Elizabeth, wid, h 8th nr Old Town 
Crump Laura, washer, li 7th 
Crutchfield Felix G, Crutchfield & McArthur, also Bynnri); 

Cotten & Co, h Old Town and 6th 
Crutchfield & McArthur, Hvery, sale and feed stables, 

Church bet 3d and 4th 
Crutchfield P \V, clerk, h Main and 7th 
Crute 11 J, auctioneer, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Crute Lenora, bds Mercliants' Hotel 
Dabne}'^ J W, asst engieneer, h Main 
Dallas Mrs E 0, dressmaker, h Liberty nr 6th 
Dalton Alice, tob emp, h Chestnut nr 1st 
Dalton Dr. D N, jr, physician, cor Liberty and 4th, h Spruce 

nr 5th 
Dalton Earnest, bookkeeper, h Old Town cor 7th 
Dalton P W, meat market, cor 4th and Elm, h cor 3d and 

Elm 
Dalton R E, Blackburn, Dalton & Co, h Old Town nr 7th 
Dalton Robt P, mang, B F Hanes, h Chestnut nr 2d 
Dalton W E L, bookkeeper, bds Old Town nr 7th 
Dandridge Nathaniel, tob emp, h Liberty ex 
Daniel G B, machinist, h Chestnut nr 2d ', 
Davenport Earnest, tob emp, h Cherry nr 5th 
Davis Rev E P, pastor Bresbyterian church, h Cherry nr 4th 





'WHOLESALE and RETAIL 
' Dealer in 

, tIj'IlER!, 

Souse rurcishing Eoods, k 
GUNS AND GON MATERIAL 

Liberty St., bet'n 4tii & 5tii Sts. 
WINSTON, N.C. 



Tlr M O TI-imnnQnil D^ggist, carefully compounds pre- 
±Jl . \ . \J. i. llUIlip&UlJ J scriptions at all hours, day or night. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



*P\ XT T^lT^O* ^'^^^'^'' *^f celebratod Robert Portner, Vienna 



AVinston, N. C. 



md Tivoli Beer. Office, Tliird and Depot .Street^ 



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WINSTON DIRECTORY.— AVhite. 



Davis Mrs llattie, wid, h Clierry nr 4th 
Davis Henrietta, cook, li 4th cor Pond 
Davis Mrs X S, saleslady, h Liberty nr 5th 
Dean X M, carpenter, h Old Town nr 8th 
Deitz E P, brick mason, h east 
Dennis J W, clerk, h Main nr 4th 
Denny A M, carpenter, h Liberty ex 
Denny C II, tob emp, h 1st 
Denny John, lab, h Liberty ex- 
Denny Ivobt L, machinist, h Liberty ex 
Denny S J, mill hand, h 1st 
Derr W D, groceries, Liberty nr 5th, bds 4th 
DeVane D L, bookkeeper, r Chestnut nr 4th 
Devarner Miss Eklie, li 5th 
T)isher John M, carpentei-, h 9th 
Disher Julius , butcher, h cor Liberty and 5th 
Dobson Joseph, jr, receiver, bds Jones House 
Dobson Joseph, supt for Ilodgin Bros & Lunn, h Spruce 



F. G. CRUTCHFIELD. 



R. M. McARTHUK. 



CRUTCHFIELD & McARTHUR. 




^EUllGGIESICIiltlilKlESflJilSllEDAIlIlIMI 



Fine Carriages and Teams for Parties, Weddin<zs and Funerals, at short 
notice. The sale of extra fine single horses and teams a specialty. First 
class facilities offered Commercial Tourists. Everything First Class. 
CHURCH, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS, 



Buy Groceries, Grain, Flour, Sliip Stuff, Nails, Molasses, 
and Heavy Goods by the car load, and their Dry Goods, 
'fotious and otlier goods in original paekaijes of first 
hands at the lowest cash prices and offer unequalled inducements to Cash Buyi re. 



iBslaw & Mm I 



Rosenbacher & Brother. S/'iLSlll; 

ill hunclreils of styles ami qualities. 

WINSTON 1)1 KECTOEY.— White. 43 

Dobson Miss Loula, h Liberty ex 

Dock! Mrs Murie E, wid, h Liberty ex 

DodsiMi Miss Ada, saleslady, b Old Town, bet 5tb and 6th 

Dodsoii (tcorije W, shoemaker, Liberty nr 4th, h Liberty 

Dodson Miss Ida, h Liberty ex 

Dodson James, tob roller, h Liberty 

Doni4?aii Mrs E, grocer, 2d st, h do 

Donigaii Miss R, h 2d 

Dowdy Nicholas, police, h Roanoke 

Dudley Mrs Geo E, wid, h Liberty nr 5th 

Duggins J P, pressman, Main bet Gth and 7th 

Duggins Mrs J W, h Main nr Gth 

Durham I W, h Liberty nr 5th 

Dwire II X, h Cherry nr 4th 

Dwire Miss Mamie, stenographer, h Cherry nr4th 

Earnest Lee, clerk, h Main nr 2d 

Ector Dr J G, physician and surgeon, h Liberty nr 6th 

Ector Miss Minnie, saleslady, h Liberty bet 5th and 6th 

Edmunds E C, leaf dealer, h Broad 

Edwards Prof L B, Prof of Graded School, h Broad 

Efird & Bro, groceries, &c, Main nr 3d 

Etird Mrs C L, Avid, h Elm 

Efird F B, Eiird & Bro, h Elm . 

Etird Mrs G F, h Elm 

Efird J A, Efird & Bro, h Elm 

Eller Adolphus H, Eller & Starbuck, lawyers and insurance, 

h Main nr 1st 
Eller & Starbuck, lawyers, Main nr 1st 
Ellington Buck, Blackburn, Dalton & Co, r Cherry nr 6th 
Ellis Amanda, dom, h Cherry cor Ist 
Ellis WB, W B Ellis & Co, bds Hotel Fountain 
Epstine M, clerk, bds Terry House 

A. H. ELLER. H. R. STARBUCK. 



ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW, 

"V^inston., IST- O. 

WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS, and give 
SPECIAL ATTENTION to COLLECTIONS, LOANS, INSURANCE, 
SALE OF LAND, MANAGEMENT OF ESTATES, ETC. 

8i ^ ^ L^ -it r( Builders' Hardware, Nails, Screws, 

l'OWT\, i\Ogei'^ ^ to. Bolts, Locks, Knobs, Hinges, Rope, 
White Lead, Oil, Wadsworth's Pure Mixed Paint and Brushes. 



DTZr T^l-nry I^^'ilpi" i" Kennebec River Ice, in large or small 
• -ti- X^lll^j quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 

Win>;ton or Salem. Uttice, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



44 



WINSTON DIHECTORY.— White. 



Evans Harrison, tob emp, h Hillside av nr 5th 

Evans Miss Lizzie, tob worker, h Hillside av nr 5th 

Evans Louis, driver, h Hillside av nr 5th 

Evans Mrs Nancy, h Hillside av nr 5th 

Everett S H, h 5th ab Poplar 

Failing Mrs W M, h Spruce nr 5th 

Farish Miss Annie, h Spruce 

Farish Jas T, supt T F Williamson & Co, h Spruce 

Farish T W, T F Williamson & Co, h Spruce nr Ist 

Farabee S W, blacksmith, etc. Liberty cor 6th, h do 

Farmer M'ss Mar}' A, tob em[), h Old Town 

Farmers Warehouse, A B Gorrell, prop, Liberty and Old Town 
bet 4th and 5th 

Farrar ,) E, machinist, h 4th bet Main and Liberty 

Farrar J Hjprop AYinston House, 4th bet INLiin and Liberty 

Farrar L C, clerk, h 4th bet Main and Liberty 

Farrow T L, foreman, h Liberty ex 

Ferguson Mrs Lavinia, wid, h Liberty nr 7th 

Ferguson Wm, tob worker, h Reservoir al 

Fetner James, tailor, h Summit nr 4th 

Fine J N, lab, h 5th 

First National Bank, J A Bitting, pres, J W Alspaugh, cash- 
ier, Liberty cor 5th 

Fischesser Joseph, Twin-City Saloon, cor 3d and Church, r 4tn 
. nr Liberty 

Fisher Charles, sawyer, h Byerly 

Fletcher George, tob emp, h Liberty C(m^ 6th 

Fletcher J R, withP H Hanes & Co, h Liberty cor 6th 

Follin Miss Bertha, h 7th nr Old Town 

FoUin G A, Lockett, Vaughn & Co, h 7th nr Old Town 

Foote J H, clerk Farmers' Warehouse, r do 

Ford David G, Clark & Ford, h Cherry nr 6th 



W. T. CARTER. 



J. BROWN. 




lU. 



W. B.CARTER, Jr. 



(I 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Dry Soous, Soots, Shoss, Hits 

AND GROCERIES. 
We sell British Mixture, Owl 
Brand and G. Ober & Son's Co. 
t'ertilizers for Fine Yellow To- 
bacco. (Cor Main and 4th Sts., I 

WINSTON, N. C. 
Specialties.— Dress Goods, hand 
made Shoes, Stetson's Hats, 
Trunks, and Valises Fertilizers 
Salt, Syrups, all kinds of Grain, 
&c. 



^ X t-N 4 Offer great induoements to farmers visiting 

OWI\ CL DlOVYr\ Winston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



S.' 



&Si 



SI TT. Allpi-I Agent for Farmer Girl Cook Stove, Farmer Frieml 
KJ. J^. ^^IH^II, Grain Drills, Farmer Friend Plows, Leader Corn 
Sheller. Cor. Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

WINSTON DIEECTORY.— White. 45 



Forshee Mrs Rachel, vvid, h Oak 



Forsyth County Jail, J W Masten, jailer, cor Main and 5th 

Forsyth Five Cent Savings Bank,E A Ebert, pros, E A Pfohl, 
treas, Main bet 2nd and 3d 

Foster Wni, clerk, h Broad 

Foueht 11 T, carpenter, h Liberty ex 

Foust Mrs Emma, wid, h Cherry nr Ist 

Foy H S, baler and hay shipper, 4th Summit, h 4th nr Poplar 

Foy James 0, editor and proprietor "Twin-City Daily," Lib- 
erty bet 4th and 5th, h Main bet 1st and 2nd 

Fowler Wm, tob emp, h Main nr 6th 

Fraley D R,Fraley & Watkins, h Spruce cor 2nd 

Freeman Mrs Mary, wid, h Main 

Franklin Walter E, clerk, h cor 4th and Broad 

Franklin Walter L, W L Franklin & Co, h cor 3d and Elm 

Franklin W L, bargain house. Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Fry Frank, shipping clerk, h Oak 

Fulk Mrs Julia, wid, h Poplar 

Fulk Miss Vina, h Cherry cor 4th 

Fuller Thos S, h 4th nr Poplar 

Fulluch Thos, tinner, h Liberty cor 6th 

Fulton J F, grocer and confectioner, Liberty bet 4th and 
5th, h Church nr 2d 

Fulton J G, clerk, h Church 

Fulton J M, clerk, h Liberty cor 5th 

Fulton John D, clerk, h Church 

Fulton Samuel, printer, h Liberty 

Gales A J, contractor, h 4th nr Spring 

Gales Frank, mason, 4th nr Spring 

Gannon John W, bookkeeper, h Cherry nr 2d 

Garner W Y, supt for Bitting & Hay, r do 

Gates James, lab, h Old Plank rd 

George Henry, tob emp, h Sycamore 

George Miss Li Hie, saleslady, h Sycamore 

George Mrs M E, wid, h Sycamore 

George Roscoe, tob emp, h Sycamore 

Gibson James W, h 2d nr Liberty 

Gibson Mrs Mattie, wid, h 4th cor Pine 

Gibson Wiley, bookkeeper, h 4th nr Pine 

Gillam John, butcher, h east 

Gillam A H, blacksmith. Liberty, h outside city 

Gilmer J E, wholesale dry goods and groceries. Main bet 2d 
and 3d, h Cherry, Salem 

Gilmer Miss V C, private school, Cherry opp 3d, bds 5th ab 
Poplar 

T)v V (^ nPhnm •no/'^n I>rugcrist. can supply vou with anv 
-1^1. y , \J. llJUllipSUU, article to be found in a first-class 
Drug Store, Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT T^^inrv Bottlei* of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. Xx. X^ilJg, AVater and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 

-t6 WINSTON DIEECTOIIY.— White. 

Glenn & Glenn, attorneys-at-law, 4th between Main and Lib- 
erty 

Glenn Robt B, Glenn & Glenn, h 4th cor Pond 

Glenn Wm B, Glenn & Glenn, 4th cor Broad 

Goodman J C, com traveler, h 5th ur Poplar 

Goolsby EdAvard, printer, h e 4th 

Gordon L K, tob emp, h east 

Gorman Maxweell, associate editor Sentinel, h Liberty bet 6tb 
and 7th 

Gorrell Col A B, prop Farmers' Warehouse, h Poplar cor 5th 

(Worrell Miss Mary, h 5th cor Poplar 

Gorrell Robt, h 5th cor Poplar 

(Traham B B, tob foreman, h Liberty 

Graham Miss Georgie, h Liberty 

<Traham Thomas, jr, tob buyer, h Liberty 

Graham Thomas, tob buyer, h Liberty 

Gravely M, manager, hds Jones House 

Gray Eugene E,"attorney-at-law and insurance, Main nr 3d, 
li 5th cor Broad 

Gray Emory S, bookkeeper, h 4th cor Pme 

Gray James A, cashier Wachovia Bank, h cor 2d and Cherry 

Gray Mrs R, wid, h 4th cor Pine 

Gray Dr Kobah F, physician and surgeon, 3d nr Main, h cor 
5th and Spruce 

Gray W" T, W T Gray & Co, h 4th cor Pine 

Gray W T & Co, tob manufacturers. Chestnut bet 2d and 3d 

Green J A, clerk, h cor 2d and Chestnut 

Greer John W, lab,h Old Plank rd 

Griffith & Bohannon, tob mfrs. Depot nr 2d 

Griffith Mrs Cecelia, dom, h 4th nr Poplar 

Griffith Enoch A, lawyer, cor 4th and Liberty, h outside 
limits 

Griffith John W, Griffith & Botannon, r Depot nr 2d 




(OFFICE OVER CLARK & FORD'S STORE,) 

WINSTON, N. 0. 

WILL PRACTICE in all the State Courts. Will attend to practice in 
Magistrate's Court any where in the county when ever called upon. 
Strict attention given to all business, especially to collection of claims. 
Will negotiate loans on best security. 

INSHAW & MEDEARIS seU Star Brand Special Tobacco Manure, Anchor 
Brand Tobacco Fertilizer, and Star Brand Guano— three of the best brands Jer- 
tilizers made. They also sell only the best qualities Red Clover, Sapling Clo- 
ver, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass and Herd Grass Seed. 



Rosenbacher & BrotherJ/rrerrTlvinl": 

that keeps a eoini)l«»te line of foot wear. 

WINSTON DIRECTOEY.— White. 47 

Griffith Loii, doni, h LiberW nr 5th 

Grimes Edward, tub enip, r 4th nr Liberty 

Grimes T W, clerk, r cor Liberty and 4th 

Grogan Jefferson S, hiwyer. Liberty nr 4th, h Elm nr 3d 

Gro^an Miss Lillie, h Spruce bet 4th and 5th 

Grogan Martin, justice of peace. Liberty nr 4th, h Spruce 

Grogan Miss Minnie, h Spruce bet 4th and 5th 

Grogan Miss Xolie, h Spruce bet 4th and 5tli 

Grogan Miss Sallie, h Spruce bet 4th and 5th 

Groves A L, collector, h Crawford av 

Grubb J S, h Belo Pond 

Gunn Mrs E F, wid.h Cherry nr 2nd 

Gunn II Y, clerk, h Liberty ex 

llage Miss Lena, tailoress, h Oak 

llaithcox D M, clerk, h Depot 

Hall A F, grocer. Main nr 4th, h Main bet 1st and 2nd 

Hall Charles, h 5th nr Summit 

Hall J 0, baker, h Liberty 

Hall John, h 5th nr Summit 

Ilall Xeal, h 5th nr Summit 

Halliburton Mrs S J, h Cherry 

Ham Wm R, grocer, Liberty, h Crawford av 

Hamlen C, C Hamlen & Son's, h 5th cor Cherry 

Hamlen C P, C Hamlen & Son's, h 5th cor Cherry 

Hamlen C & Son's, tobacco mfrs. Old Town nr 5th 

Hamlen M S, C Hamlen & Son's, h 5th cor Cherry 

Hancock Robert, tob emp, h Main nr 4th 

Hanes B F, tobacco mfr, Chestnut bet 2nd and 3d, r do 

Hanes C E, marble cutter, h 4th nr Spring 

Hanes Hugh, tob worker, h Old Town 

Hanes John W, P H Hanes & Co, h Cherry cor 5th 

Hanes Laura, dom, h Cherry 

Hanes Miss Lizzie, h Old Town 

Hanes Miss Mattie, seamstress, h 7th nr Cherry 

Hanes P H, P H Hanes & Co, h Cherry 

Hanes P H «fe Co, tobacco mfrs, Chestnut bet 2d and 3d 

Hardy Mrs F J, boarding house, 4th nr Liberty 




BO AEDING -:- HOUSE, 



Fourth St., Near Liberty, Winston, N. C. 

A Comfortable and Neat Place for Transients to stop. Table Boarders 
well pleased. Public j^atronage solicited. 

'Jif'/-A\r« 'i^^A^^c^ H-r r< Agents for genuino Smith and Doxter Cutters, Gelspr 
•UHAMI, l\Ogerp a. \^0. Threshers, Champion Grain Drills, Harrison's Corn 

Mills, Peerless Road Engines, Perry & Co.'s .Stoves, Tyson & Jones' and Emerson A 
Flshars' and .Spiral Spring Buggies. 



TWIN-CITY GALLERY, 
Main Street, Winston, N. C. 

IS THE PLACE TO GET THE 

BISf flQf OilAPlE Of ALL IIIBB ! 



Thanking the people of this vicinity for their patronage, I 

will endeavor in the future to make even better 

work than in the past. 



AND OTHER ACCESSORIES, 

I can give you as good work as you can get in any town in the 

State. I make 

Copied kr|d S5illki'gen)eT\t^'lJ|) to I<ife Hi^e, 

from Cards, Cabinets or Tin Types, finished in Crayon, Pastel 

or Water Colors, with or wjthput Frames, as cheap as 

can be done by any northern Copying House. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY. 

OUR ELEGANT CABINETS REDUCED TO $4.00 PER DOZ. 

All other sizes in proportion. 
Photographs taken in any kind of weather from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

yLj >Lotto i^ to Ple^^e S*1L 
--ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHILDREN.-:- 

With those I never get out of patience. 

BOK^T FOK»ET THE P^ACE 

if you want the Best Photographs. It is 





lll^\ffi S*** m 1Pf tastem^ If • C# 



STjl All piY\ Agent for King's Groat Western Powder Co., Her- 
• •*—•• x!A.ii"lJ.| culese Powder Co. (Dj'namite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
Mid Scales, Champion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 

WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 49 

Hardy Miss Mary, h 4tli nr Liberty 

Ilarerol Mrs Alice, wid, h Liberty ex 

Tlarrnon Miss Maggie, doiii, h Cherry cor Ist 

Tfarrell Jobn W, grocer, h Church cor 4th 

Harris A L, foreman, Twin-City Daily, h Main bet 6th and 

7th 
Harris Miss D A, h Old Town 
Harris Frank, bookkeeper, h 6th 
Harris James, tob enip, h Main nr 4th 
Harris J M, snpt Bailey Bros', r do 
Harris Roland, manager, Hotel Fountain, r do 
Harris Wm, tob roller, h Oak 
Harris Wm, carpenter, h Old Town 
Harris Wm, tob emp, bds Main cor 4th 
Harrison Mrs Fannie, wid, h Pond 
Harrison John, salesman, h Liberty nr 2nd 
Hart Miss Hester, h Liberty nr 6th 
Hart John, watchman, h Cherry 
Hartman J H, saloon, 3d nr Main, r do 
Plartman Mrs Mary, wid, h Liberty 
Hartman Mrs Susan, wid, h Liberty 
Harvey Wm L, salesman, h 4th cor Spring 
Hay Will S, Bitting & Hay, bds Fountain Hotel 
Hayes R Duke, h Cherry cor 1st 
Hayes Henry, tob buyer, r cor 5th and Liberty 
Hayes Mrs Sarah R, wid, h Cherry nr 1st 
Heckhard F E, salesman, h Depot ab 5th 
Iledgepath Mary, dom, h Broad 
Hege Cornelius R, clerk, h Old Town 
Hege E P, foreman, h Liberty nr 7th 
Hege Frank E, clerk, h cor 2d and Chestnut 
Hellen Mrs Fannie, h Spruce nr 1st 
Hellen Miss Orpha, h Spruce nr Ist 



fiROCiSCOIIIIISSl 
merchant; 

A Chice Stock of Family 
Groceries, Fruits, Canned 
Goods, Tobacco and Cigars 
constantly on hand. 
Liberty, bet. 4th and bth Sts., 
WINSTON, N. C. 

Brown, Rogers & Co. ^rj:^'^ltX'"S<>''\ot 

found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 




DTir T^"l"r» rv I^*^>'^lpr in Kennehec River Tee, in large or sraall 
. il. X^lllg^^ quantities. Orders delivere-.l to any part of 
Winston or Salem. Olfice, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



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WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 



Hendreu L IT, li Pond 

Uendrcn Wni, h Pond 

Henley Jno L, salesman, h Old Town nr 6th 

Henley Mrs S S, wid, h Old Town nr 6th 

Hester Eugene, tob enip, h Cherry nr 2nd 

Hester Henry A, genl nidse, Liberty ex, h do 

Hester John W, clerk, h Liberty ex 

Hester Mrs M J, wid, h Cherry nr 2d 

Hickerson J W, clerk, h cor 6th and Main 

Hicks John H, well digger, h Liberty nr 5th 

Hicks Laura J, seamstress, h 3d nr Liberty 

Hill Mrs Matilda, wid, h Tth nr Cherry 

Hill AV P, Ogburn, Hill & Co, h Spruce nr 4th 

Hilton L B, tob roller, h Oak 

Hine G C, harness mfr, Main nr 2d, h do 

Hinshaw Miss Ella, h Cherry bet 4th and 5th 

Hinshaw George "W, Hinshaw & Medearis, h Cherry bet 4th 
and 5th 

Kinshaw & Medearis, general merchandise, 4tli at termi- 
nus Old Town 

HinsonMiss Sarah, dom, h 4th nr Poplar 

Hobson Joseph, tob emp, h Liberty 

Hodgin Bros' k Lunn, tobacco mfrs. Poplar nr 4th 

Hodgin G D, llodgin Bros' & Lunn, h Cherry cor 4th 

Hodgin J M, Hodgin Bros' & Lunn, h Cherry cor 4th 

Hodgin Miss]Marv, h Cherry cor 4th 

Hodgin S H, h Cherry cor 4th 

Holder H A, brick mason, h 8th 

Holder Jackson, butcher, h Liberty ex 

Holderby, tobacconist, h Liberty nr 5th 




Please give us a call 
before purchasing. 



(^) , ^ Cy By the use of our Dental Fluid, your teeth will he 

■•IjI^OWII iSr '1)1 own kept perfectly sound and white, your breath purt* 

' * I J-/ -L v/ » ¥ A^ ^mj fragrant, and the gums prevented from bleeding. 

Corner 4th and Liberty Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. ^jll?SLraoodI 



in the State. 



WINSTON DIllECTORY.— White. 51 



Holland John W, Barham & Holland, Church nr 3d, r do 

Holman Charles, machiinet, h Liberty cor 3d 

Iloosier Mary, dom, h Cherry 

Hopkins Miss Augusta, h Depot nr 5th 

Hopkins J H, clerk, h Elm 

Hopkins J H, batcher, h Elm cor 1st 

Hopkins P N, grocer, Depot cor 5th, h do 

Hopkins R H. clerk, h Cherry nr 4th 

Hopkins Miss Roxie, h Depot nr 5th 

Horton Dr H V, dentist, 3d bet Main and Liberty, bds Hotel 

Fountain 
Hoskins Miss Carrie, h Liberty ex cor Chestnut 
Hoskins E N, grocer. Liberty ex cor Chestnut, h do 
Hoskins Miss Hattie, h Liberty ex cor Chestnut 
Hotel Fountain, W R Vickers. prop. Main bet 2d and 3d 
Houchins Abram, tob enip, h Liberty nr North 
Houchins James, h Liberty nr North 
Houchins J T, carpenter, h Liberty nr North 
Howell J V, com traveler, h 4th cor Spruce 
Howell N W, agent, h Chestnut 
Huband Adolph, grocer, Church cor 5th, h do 
Hudson J W, painter, h Chestnut cor 6th 
Hudson John H, tob emp, h Chestnut cor 6th 
Hudson F E, tob emp, h Liberty cor 6th 
Hundley Robert H, tob emp, h Liberty nr 5th 
Hunt A J, supt at Candler's, h 5th near Spring 
Hunt Charles D, tob clerk, r cor 5th and Liberty. 
Hunt John, tob emp, r Cherry nr 7th 
Hunt John, tob emp, r cor 5th and Liberty 
Husk Tom, paymaster, r Old Town nr 5th 

DR. HAMILTON V. HORTON^ 



-:- Graduate of the University of Maryland. -:- 

OFFICE OVER WACHOVIA NATIONAL BANK, 

Oor. Iv^airL and. 3d. Sts., T:^7"i33.stoii, ItT. O. 

TEETH EXTRACTED WITH GAS. 

T^i* AT d ^Vtr\ir\r\onn Druggist, carefully compounds pre- 
Ul . \ . \J» ± llUIlipfeUll J scriptions at all hours, day or night. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTT T?^i"na» Dealer in best grades of Steam, Smithing, 
. JUL. J^IU.^ J Foundrj', Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

52 WINSTON DIEECTOEY.— White. ~ 

Idol Mrs S M, h Liberty ex 

Internal Kevenue branch office 5th district, D D Shelton, 

Deputy Collector, cor 5th and Liberty 
Jacobs Jas W, tob roller, h Oak 

Jacobs Joseph, clothing, etc, cor Main and 3d, h Liberty nr 7th 
Jacobs Thomas L, cigar maker, h Oak 
Jacobs Mrs Virginia C, wid, h Oak 
James Miss Mary, h Main nr 6th 
Jarvis J M, carpenter, h Shallowford rd 
Jefterson Miss Fannie, h Cherry cnr 5th 
Jefferson Rev James, circuit preacher, h Liberty cor 7th 
Jessup Jas, h Spring nr 4th 
Johnson B A, painter, h Depot 
Johnson B F, stove repairer, h Liberty nr North 
Johnson C S, bookkeeper, bds Merchants' Hotel 
Johnson Henry, farmer, h Liberty cor 3d 
Johnson Jacob, tob cmp, h Liberty cor 3d 
Johnson J M, grader, h Chestnut nr 2d 
Johnson John, lab, h Liberty ex 
Johnson M L, clerk, h Liberty ex 
Johnson Miss Maggie, h Chestnut nr 2d 
Johnson Miss Sallie, h Liberty cor 3d 
Johnson Mrs Susan J, wid, h Liberty ex 
Johnson Wm, tob emp, h 4th nr Hillside av 
ejohnson William, clerk, h Liberty cor 3d 
Johnson Wm II, lab, h Liberty ex 
Johnston Addison, stone cutter, h Crawford ave 
Johnston C, foreman, h Liberty nr 2d 
Johnson Charles S, bookkeeper, R J Reynolds & Co, r do 
Johnston Miss Loula, h 4th nr Spring 
Johnston Robt D, merchant tailor, 4th bet Main and Liberty, 

h 4th nr Spring 
Johnston Walter, tob emp, h Crawfard av 
Johnston William H, supt Bailey Bros, r do 
Jones Miss Annie A, bds Jones House 
Jones Miss C B, h Liberty 
Jones Miss Ellen, tob emp, h Oak 
Jones E L, manager, bds Jones House 
Jones House, J L Jones, prop, cor Main and 2d 
Jones J L, prop Jones House, cor Main and 2d 
Jones Jas P, Jones & Wilson, h 2d cor Chestnut 
Jones Miss Jessie L, dress maker, bds Jones House 
Jones Miss Mattie May, dress maker, bds Jones House 
Jones Miss Nettie B, h 2d cor Chestnut 
Jones Miss Nora, h 5th 

HINSHAW 6c MEDEARIS. Best grades Syrup, Molasses, Sugars, Coffees' 
Teas, Flour, Meal, Lard, Hams, Spices, Extracts, Crackers, also a fuli 
h'ne of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices. 



Q Tj^ Allpp Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hardware, Crockerj-, 
^* -'^^ ■'' A*^'^5 Glassware, House Furnishing Goods, Stoves, «fec., cor- 
ner Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

WINSTON DIRECTORY.— ^\^"Im 53 



Jones Miss S C, h Liberty 

Jones S 0, leaf dealer, h 4th 

Jones Thos, well digger, h Pond 

Jones Walter J, manager, bds Jones House 

Jones & Wilson, grocers, Main nr 2nd 

Jordan R L, overseer, Ogburn, Hill & Co, h Ook 

Joyce Miss Alice, h Main nr 3d 

Joyce Miss Percy, h 5th ab Poplar 

Julian Mrs M L, boarding house, Liberty cor 6th 

Keehln II E, manager, bds Jones House 

Keith L N, foreman for C G Lanier, h 5th cor Spring 

Keith W F, contractor, h 5th nr Spring 

Kennedy J N, brick layer, h Liberty 

Kerfees Wm, clerk, h Liberty and 5th 

Kerner Robah B, lawyer and insurance. Liberty bet 4th and 

5th, h 5th nr Summit 
Kernodle Miss Ida, h Liberty 
Kernodle Miss Santie, h Liberty 

Kester Bros, Winston Iron Works, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Kester John H, Kester Bros', h Main bet 4th and 5th 
Kester Mrs Lucinda, wid, h Main nr 5th 
King D H, coal, ice and bottler of mineral waters, sarsapa- 

rilla and beer, 3d nr Depot, h cor 4th and Spring 
King J D, tobacconist, h Cherry nr 7th 
King Mrs M E, wid, h Cherry nr 7th 
King Mrs Turner, wid, h Oak 
King Wm L, clerk, h Cherry nr 7th 
Knight A S, cattle dealer, h Old Town 
Knight Miss Elvira, tob emp, h Old Town 
Knight J B, cattle dealer, h Old Town 
Knight P H, carpenter, h 1st 
Knight Miss Texanna, tob emp, h Old Town 



^#11313 - 




Corner Main and Second Streets, 

(3 SQUARES FROM DEPOT,) 

"Wixiston, IST- O. 

Recently opened and Newly Furnished for the accommodation of Per- 
manent and Transient guests. Table the best the market affords, at rea- 
sonable rates. Traveling men will find home comforts. A well-lighted 
and convenient SAMPLE ROOM. Call and give us a trial. References: 
Our Patrons. J, L. JONES, Proprietor. 

&^.'/^«r»^ '^ ^A^-jic< 5?,- r< « Agciits for geuuine Smith and Dexter Cutters, Geiser 
!L)row I|, -l^Oger^ a. \^0. Threshers, Champion Grain Drills, Harrison's Corn 

Mills, Peerless Road Engines, Perry & Co.'s Stoves, Tyson <& Jones' and Emerson dc 
Fishers' and Spiral Spring Buggies. 



DTT T7^4 «-» f^ Bottler of the ceIebratPcl|Robert Portner, Vienna 
• XX. JCSuili^ J and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 



Winston, N. C. 



54 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 



Knott Cicero, brick mason, h Liberty ex 

Knott David, lab, h Libert 3'^ ex 

Knott Miss Kate, tob emp, h Old Town nr 9th 

Knott Samuel, lab, h Liberty ex 

Knott Wm II, lab, h Main 

Koellsch Mrs A R, wid, h 8th nr Liberty 

Lambeth J 0. pin hooker, h Liberty 

Landquest Miss Annie, bookkeeper, h Main cor Bank 

Lanier C G, printer and stationer. Liberty nr 4th, h Spruce 

cor 5th 
Lassater Edward, tob emp, h Spring nr 6th 
Leach Geo, h Broad 
Leak Mrs F W, wid, h Spruce cor 2nd 
Leak H D, h 4th nr Poplar 
Leak J M, tob emp, h 4th nr Poplar 
Leak Oscar, clerk, h Liberty nr 5th 
Leak Thomas F, tobacconist, h 4th nr Poplar 
Lehman John, h Main nr 5th 
Lehman P, bookkeeper, h Main nr 5th 
Leonard Henry, carpenter, h 9th 
Leonard John, cigar maker, h 9th 




D. H. KING, 



COAL IN 

Cai Load Lois 

A SPECIALTY. 



DEALER IN 

COAL, lEMliC MER ICE, 

AND 

BOTTLER OF SODA AP MINERAL WATERS, 

THIRD AND DEPOT STREETS, 

TTsTinston, - - 3^T- O- 
COAL IN 




Car Load Lots 

ASFECIUTY. 



I have constantly on hand a full supply best grades of Coal, Steam, Smith- 
ing, Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or less, as low as the low- 
est. Give home enterprise the preference. Orders solicited— large or small 
quantities, from Foundries, Factories, etc. Orders from points on the 
Wilkesboro Extension, Roanoke & Southern and Mocksville Railroads so- 
licited, which will receive prompt attention. 

qy, ^ (i'} i Winston's popular Druggists, can supply any 

I)rOWI\ <x. DlOWI) want, and carefully compound prescriptions 
at all hours, day or night. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. ZTc'-J^Jm] 

Curtain Poles aiKl Window Shades. 

WINSTON DIRECTOEY.— White. 55 

Leonard Samuel, meat market, outside city, h 9th 

Leopold Isidor, manufacturer of line cigars, Main bet 3d and 

4th, h Spring cor 4^ 
Leslie Thomas, salesman, h Liberty ex 
Levister Charles, telegrapher, Starbuclc Blk, Main 
Levister Mrs N A, dress maker, Starbuck Blk, Main 
Levvellen Frank, carpenter, h Elm nr 2nd 
Lewis Isaac, wagoner, h Liberty ex 
Liipfert Frank, bookkeeper, h 4th cor Poplar 
Liipfert Wm, bookkeeper, h 4th cor Poplar 
Lindsay Geo, tob emp, h 4^ nr Poplar 
Linvill Mrs Addie, wid, h Liberty nr 3d 
Livengood Mrs Christena, wid, h Liberty cor 3d 
Livengood Miss Ella, tob emp, h Liberty cor 3d 
Livengood Miss Mattie, tob emp, h Liberty cor 3d 
Lloj'd Alvis, box maker, h Oak 
Lloyd H, grocer, Depot cor 5th, h do 
Lloyd John, clerk, h 4th e of Depot 
Lloyd Joseph, h East 
Lloyd Miss Mary J, seamstress, h East 
Lloyd EutF, box maker, h Oak 
Locke Lofton, carpenter, h Reservoir al 
Lockett Edward L, Lockett, Vaughn & Co, h 5th nr Poplar 
Lockett, Vaughn & Co, tobacco mfrs. Cherry bet 6th and 7th 

Lockhard , tob emp, h Cherry nr 3d 

Loeper E, saloon, Liberty cor 3d, h do 

Lohman Charles, mason, h Roanoke 

Lohman Mrs Sophia, wid, h Oak 

Long Miss Jane, boarding, h cor Main and 4th 

Long Susan, h Main nr 4th 

Long Vernon W, editor and prop Winston Sentinel, h cor 

Main and Ist 
Longworth Miss Fannie, h Depot nr 5th 
Loper C H, prop ''The Criterion," Old Town nr 4th, r do 
Lott Dr H Stokes, physician and surgeon, office hours, 9am 

to 1 p m, 3 p m to 6 p m, 8 p m to 10 p m, 4th bet Main 

and Liberty over Thompsons' Drug Store, h Cherry, Salem 
Love Charles, tob worker, h 4th nr Hillside av 
Lowery Mrs Susan, wid, h Cherry cor 2nd 
Ludlow J L, civil engineer, Main cor 3d,h 5th nr Summit 
Lumley Isaiah, lab, h Elm nr Ist 
Lumley John, lab, h Hillside av nr 5th 
Lumley Joseph, tob roller, h Liberty cor 3d 
Lumley L E, shoe maker, Main cor 5th, h Salem 
Lumley Mrs Rebecca, wid, h Liberty cor 3d 

T^„ "AT" r\ TL/-\mT-karkr» Farmers passing through Winston 
Ui V. V7. -I- 11 CHll[JbUll. will find it to their interest to leave 
their orders with me. Fourtli Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT TT"-! Yi Q» Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
• JLi. X^IU.^) Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 

56 WINSTOX DIEECTORY.— White. ~ 

Lunn L L, Hodgin Bros' & Lunu, h Cherry nr 6th 

Lyon Z T, carpenter, h Reservoir al 

McArthur Robert M, Crutehtield & McArthur, bds Main nr 

3d 
McCaden II C, harness maker, h 6th 
McCaden H F, tob emp, h 6th 
McCaden Miss M K, h 6th 
McCandless P S, fireman, h Shallowford 
McCoin Lizzie, dom, h Liberty 
McCrary Lawrence, clerk, h Main 

McCrary R A, grocer and boarding house. Main nr 4th, h do 
McCurry J W, insurance, h Reservoir 
McFarland J W, supt Winson Electric Light & Power Co, h 

Liberty 
McGalliard Alec, stone cutter, h Hillside av nr 5th 
McKnight Edward, brick mason, h East 
McKnight Miss Fannie, h East 
McRae Miss J H, h 5th nr Spring 

McWhorter W B, agt The Singer Mfg Co, h cor Elm and 3d 
Mallard O S, newspaper canvasser, h Main nr 4th 
Malone C N, carpenter, h Old Town 
Mann Miss Pattie E, artist. Main bet 3d and 2d, h Cherry bet 

4th and 5th 
Manufacturers' Collecting Companies' Directory, Liberty 

nr 4th 
Manuel Margarette, h. Fries' old plank rd 
March A H, clerk, h Liberty cor 6th 
March J C, harness maker, h Liberty cor 6tb 
Markley Earnest, printer, h Liberty bet 6th and 7th 
Marler John G, salesman, r Main nr 3d 
Marler Wm, clerk, h Cherry nr 2d 

Martin F A, grocer. Liberty bet 4th and 5th, h Old Town 
Martin Hugh, h Broad nr 4th 
Martin Mrs Isabella, wid, h Cherry nr 7th 
Martin Col James, bookkeeper, h Cherry nr 2d 
Martin J M, salesman, h 4th nr Summit 

THE 0FLITEiI=LI01Sr ! 



Dealer in all Kinds of the Purest Foreign and Domestic Liquors, 
Wines, Porters, Ales, Champagnes, Cigars and Tobaccos. 

OLD TOWN STREET, NEAR FOURTH, 



TTiMnl.nTTT Hf/iilnnnin Buy Groccries, Gfain, Flouf, Ship Stuff, Nails, Molasscs, 
HmVnrtWA/ lIHflRfirix and Heavy Goods by the car load, and their Dry Goods, 
XliUUUUn U ItiUliUUlXl) Notions and other goods in original packages of first 

hands at the lowest cash prices and offer unequalled inducements to Cash Buyers. 



STTI Allo-n Agent for King's Great Western Powder Co., Her- 
. JjJ. XXliWIl, culese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Cliani])ion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 



57 



Miirtiu J S, bookkeeper, h Main 

Martin Samuel, contractor, h 5th nr Poplar 

Martin Watt, W T Gray & Co, h Cherry nr 7th 

Martin AVm, student, h 4th nr Summit 

Martin AV S, salesman, h 4th nr Poplar 

Mast Daniel P, lawyer, 4th bet Main and Lil)erty 

Hasten Mrs Ada S, millinery and fancy goods, Main nr 3d, 

h cor Main and 5th 
Masten J W, jailer Forsyth county jail, cor Main and 5th 
Masten Mathias, clerk, h cor 4th and Church 
Masten P R, tob mfr, h Main cor 5th 
Matlock B L, h Poplar 
Matlock C S, tob auctioneer, h Poplar 
Matlock Frank L, h Poplar 

Medearis Newton H, Hinshaw & Medearis, h 6th nr Broad 
Medearis AV' illiam, clerk, bds 4th nr Liberty 
Meiner Levi, blacksmith, h 4th nr Depot 
Merchants' Hotel, W R Vickers prop. Main bet 2d and 3d 
Meredith Alfred, farmer, h Crawford al 
Aleredith Fred, tob emp, h Crawford al 
Meredith Shem, tob emp, h Crawford al 
Meroney Haughtie, tob emp, r Cherry nr 3d 
Meroney M H, leaf tcbacco, h 4th bet Liberty and Main 
Meroney William, clerk, r 4th nr Liberty 
Meroney W A, com salesman, h cor Main and 3d 
Merritt John W, com salesman, h Main nr 2d 
Merritt Mrs M B, Stanton & Merritt, h Main bet 2d and 3d 
Meyers Miss Annie, h Main nr 3d 
Meyers Mollie T, dress maker. Main nr 3d, h do 
Meyers Sallie, seamstress, h Liberty 
Miller Miss A D, dressmaker, h Elm 
Miller Bros, contractors and builders, cor Chestnut and Ist 




G. L. MILLER. G. E. MILLER. 

MlLLll BEOB., 



MANUFACURERS OF 

Sash, Doors, Blinos, Brackets, Uouldings, 

cSsc, cScc, <Scc 

Also Dealers in Lumber, Shingles, 
Lime, Cement, Plaster and all kinds 
of builder's supplies. 



<iiu *») -£ ^j iJ r( Agents forgenuine Smith and Dexter Cutters. Geiser 

•JDrOWI), i\Oger^ CL LO. Threshers, Champion Grain Drills, Harrison's Corn 
Mills, Peerless Road Engines, Perry & Co.'s Stoves, Tyson & Jones' and Emerson & 
Fishers' and Spiral .Spring Buggies. 



DTX T^"l"n Q» Dealer in KenneVjec River Tec, in large or small 
• J-J.. X^lli^ ^ quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Office, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



Winston or Salem. 



58 



WINSTON DIIiP]CTORY.— White. 



Miller E P, snpt for T L Yanghn, h Cherry 

Miller Frank, li Chei-ry cor 2d 

Miller G E, Miller Bros, h 4th iir Poplar 

Miller G L, Miller Bros, h Cherry nr 2d 

Miller Harrison, carpenter, h Chnrch cor 1st 

Miller J C, contractor and builder, Liberty ex, h Liberty nr 

First 
Miller J M, clerk, h Liberty co.r 6th 
Miller J S,'h Church cor 1st 
Miller John II, shippinoj clerk, h Cherry 
Miller Miss Laura, h Liberty nr 1st 
Miller M, clothing, etc, Liberty bet 4th and 5th, r do 
Miller S A, upholsterer, h Cherry 
Mitler Miss Sal lie, dom, h Spring nr 6th 
Miller AVm F, carpenter, h Oak 
]SIiller Wni II, foreman for Fogle Bros, h Cherry 
Miller Wm II, carpenter, r Main nr 3d 
Mills R A, clerk, bds .\Laiu nr 3d 
Mitchell Miss Bettie, doiu, h Cherry cor 2d 
Mitchell John, tob emp, h Depot cor 5th 
Mitchell Mrs M, wid, h I>epot cor 5th 
Mitchell Miss Sallie, dom,h Cherry cor 2d 
Mitchell Miss Sarali, tob enip, li Depot cor 5th 
Mitchell W M, tob emp, h 4th 
Mock Arthur, clerk, li Main nr 5th 

Mock Dr AL, physician and surgeon. Main nr 5th, li do 
Montague K, lawyer and real estate broker. Main nr 3d, h do 
Montague L Y, clerk, r Main nr 3d 

Montague Dr S J, physician. Main nr3d,h Church nr 1st 
Mooney Wm, clerk, Ji Liberty 
Moore Mrs AY A, wid, h Chestnut 
Morgan Lewis, lab, h Chestnut 

1 0. MlLLliT 

Carpenter f Builder, 

OLDEST mmm in win^on, 

Plans ajid Specifications furnished 

upon apiilieation. Joblung prompt- 

Iv attended to. 

OBDERG LEFT AT KISIDSNCE, 

Liberty St., between \st and 2nd, 
Winston, Will Receive Prompt Attention 

^~) (, V ^ ; Uft-n- great indiu^enients to farmers visitiuir 

131 OWl"! OC -BIOWI) Winston, in the line of drugs and ciioiiv 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Street.s. 




Rosenbacher & Brother. [•rs'ing'''''i°n 

North Carolina. 

WINSTON DIEECTORY.— White. 59 



Morris Charles, stone cutter, h Fries old plank rd 

Morris Geo, engineer, h Fries old plank rd 

Morris Mrs Martha J, wid, h 5th 

Morris Wni, clerk, h 5th 

Morton Miss Mary E, h Pond 

Morton Rnfus E, jr, clerk, h Pond 

Morton Rnfus, shoemaker, h Pond 

Moseley Miss Annie, h 5th nr Spring 

Moseley C W, clerk, h Liberty 

Moseley Miss Fannie, h 5th nr Spring 

Moseley J B, leaf tobacco, Cherry bet 6th and 7th, h 5th nr 

Spring 
Mosele}' R D, tobacconist, h Cherry nr 7th 
Moss Nliss Ellen, dona, h 2d nr Depot 
Murphy Miss Annie, h Sycamore 
Murphy J B, h Sycamore nr 5th 
Murphy W A, meats, Liberty nr 5th, h do 
Murray Miss L E, h Old Town 
Myers Miss Josie, nurse, h Cherry cor 2d 
Myers Sarah, dom, h 4th nr Cherry 
Nading Alex, h Liberty ex 
Nading Frank, painter, h Liberty ex 
Nading J A, clerk, h Liberty 
Nading James, tob prizer, h Liberty nr 5th 
Nading Mrs Mollie, wid, h Liberty ex 
Nading N W, h Liberty nr 6th 
Nading R W, asst court clerk, h Liberty 
Nading W T, clerk, h Liberty nr 6th 
Neal & Chamberlain, grocers, cor 4th and Cherry 
Neal J S, Neal & Chamberlain, h Pond 
Neal Miss Lulu, cigar maker, h Pond 
Neal Thos, prison guard, h Pond 
Nelson Joseph, cabinet maker, h 8th nr Reservoir 
Nelson Miss Sudie, h Old Town, cor 7th 
Newell J D, bar clerk, r 3rd nr Main 
Newman James I, Pullman & Newman, h Spruce nr 5th 
Newton Miss D E, cashier, h Liberty 
Newton J L, receiver at B W Taylor's, h Liberty 
Newton Mrs M C, dressmaker, h Liberty 
Newton W J, farmer, h Liberty 
Nixon John, tob erap, h Cherry nr 5th 
Norfleet James K, M W Norfleet & Co, h 4th nr Spruce 
Norfleet Miss Mary, h Spruce cor 4th 
Norfleet M W, M W Norfleet & Co, h 4th nr Spruce 



T^r \T O 'PVirvTYTnonn Druggist, carefully compounds pre- 
J_/l . \ . \J» ± liUliip&Ull J scriptions at all hours, day or night. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTT" "Z^^YyCT ^^^^^^ ^" ^^^^ grades of Steam, Smithing. 
. XI. JISb.lll^j Foundiy, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

60 WINSTON DIEECTOKY.— White. 

Norfleet & Co, pvop'rs Piedmont Warehouse, cor 4th and Old 
Town 

Korfieet R 0, clerk, h 4th nr Spruce 

Xorman B F, box maker, h Cld Town 

Norman James N, clerk, bd 4th nr Liberty 

Norman Rev W C, pastor M E Church, ii Liberty nr 6th 

North Carolina Furniture Co, R Stevens & Co, props, cor 3d 
and Liberty 

Ogburn Cicero, student, h Liberty ex 

Ogburn C D, Ogburn Hill & Co, r cor Cherry and 6th 

Ogburn C J, Ogburn, Hill & Co, h Spruce cor 6th 

Ogburn, Hill & Co, tob manufacturers, Cherry cor 6th 

Ogburn Jas E, h Liberty ex 

Ogburn Miss Minnie, h Liberty ex 

Ogburn Robt, farmer, h Liberty ex 

Ogburn Rufus, student, h Liberty ex 

Ogburn S A, tob manufacturer, cor 7th and Church, h Lib- 
erty ex 

O'Neil James, tailor, h Old Town 

Owens B B, clruggist, h Cherry nr 2nd 

Padget Nick, printer, h Liberty cor 6th 

Palmer Lilly, tob emp, h Old Town cor 5th 
'Palmer William, mason, h cor Old Town and 5th 

Patterson Ida, h cor Main and 5th 

Patterson Jno M, h 5th nr Summit 

Patterson S F, h 5th nr Sunnnit 

Patterson Thomas, receiver at Brown & Bros, h Liberty nr 6th 

Paylor H L, leaf tob, h Old Town nr 6th 

Paylor S I>, grocer. Liberty nr 5th, h Old Town nr 7th 

Paylor Robt M, engineer, h Bahnsontown 

Peddicord Albert, carpenter, h 5th 

Peddicord J H, express driver, h Liberty cor Depot 

Peddycord John, genl mdse, 4th cor Shallowford rd, h 4th nr 
Pond 

Peddycord Miss Sallie, seamstress, h 4th nr Summit 

Pegrani Jas, with C Tisc, h Old Town 

Pegram L W, ass't cashier Ist Nat Bank, h Liberty ab 7th 

Pegrani Miss Susan, h Liberty nr Church 

Peiram Rev T II, circuit preacher, h Liberty nr Church 

Pendleton J M, manager Western Union Telegraph Co, bds 
Terry House 

Penn Misa Susie, h 4tb cor Spring 

Peury C B, prison guard, h Liberty 

Penry Chas F, clerk, h Main 

Penry J P, policeman, h 5th nr Cherry 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes a specialty. 
All grades from the finest to coarse heavy, including a full assortment ot 1 . 
Cox; Zleglar and Bay State Shoes, which are the best and most popular on the 
market. It will pay you to examine their stock before making your purchases. 



^ TT AllpT"! Wholesale and Retail Dealer ip Hardware, Crockery, 
^* -^ -^* ^^^ "^ Glassware, House Furnishing Goods, Stoves, &c., cor- 
ner Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

' WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 61 

Fenry R Lee, clerk, h Liberty 

Peoples Alfred, lab, h Roanoke 

Peoples Miss Dora, tob worker, h Roanoke 

Peoples Thomas, hay baler, h Roanoke 

Peoples Wni, tob roller, h Byerly 

Pepper Thos R, Vaughn & Pepper, bds 4th nr Liberty 

Perkins James, moulder, h Oak 

Pernell Rev P H, pastor Baptist Church, h Shallowford 

Perry Mrs Bettie, wid, h Main nr 6th 

Petree Annie, tobemp, h Liberty cor 3d 

Petree Mrs H, h Old Shallowford 

Petree John, painter, h Summit nr 6th 

Petticord Wm, drayman, h Main cor 4th 

Pfohl H A, clerk, h Poplar nr West 

Pfohl Thomas, town constable, h Liberty cor 6th 

Pfohl W T, claim agt and rent collector, Liberty nr 4th, h 
Liberty cor 6th 

Phelps Miss Eugenia, h Vine 

Phelps Miss F H, h Vine 

Phelps J A I, tob worker, h Vine 

Phelps Miss Susan E, h Vine 

Phillips Mrs A E, gentlemans' clothing cleaned and repaired, 
Liberty nr 5th 

Pierce Mrs A L, wid, h Depot opp 6th 

Pierce B R, tobacconist, h Depot nr 5th 

Pierce H C, manager, h Liberty cor 6th 

Pierce J H, manager, h Main cor 5th 

Pierce Miss Lizzie, h Depott opp 6th 

Pierce N B, grocer. Depot nr 3d 

Pierce E A, mang rolling room, h 6th 

Pierce Sidney F, manager, h Sycamore 

Pierce S, manager, h Sycamore 

Pike Jas H, carpenter, h Main ex 

Pike Samuel, h Main ex 

Pitts Miss Catherine, h Spruce 

Pitts J H, shoemaker, cor Main and 5th, h Liberty nr Chest- 
nut 

Pitts Miss Minnie, h Hillside av nr 5th 

Pitts Rufus, brick mason, h East 

Pleasant CT, section hand, R & D R R, h Liberty ex 

Poindexter C A, clerk, h Pine 

Poindexter II D, groceries, &c, cor Old Town and 4th, h 
Spruce nr 5th 

Poindexter W T, clerk, h Spruce nr 4th 

^*c^.-.-,*^ ©^-^^^^ <? r( Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Heaters. 
Cl'OWr\, qOgef^ & Co. steam, Gas and Water Piping, and 
Sheet Iron. 



DXX TT""! "n ry Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
• XI* .L3k.lLL^ 5 and Tivoli Beer, Office, Third and Depot Streets, 



Winston, N. C. 



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WINSTON DIRECTOEY.— White. 



Pollard W B, Carter & Pollard, leaf tobacco, bds Merchants' 
Hotel 

Pope Miss Parthenia, h Old Town 

Prather Mrs Mary, wid, h Liberty nr 6th 

Proctor D, lab, h Shallowford rd 

Procter Miss Mamie, doni, h Cherry nr 4th 

Pugh E E, carpenter, h Liberty nr 2d 

Pugh Hattie, dom, h Liberty cor 3d 

J\illiam Henry B, PiiUiam & Newman, h Spruce nr 5th 

Pulliam & Newman, dry goods, etc, Liberty nr P 

Raglan d Edward, box maker, h Old Town 

Rainey Edward, tob emp, h Oak 

Rainey John 0, tob emp, h Oak 

Raker John D, carpenter, h Old Plank rd 

Raper Prof G N, Prof Graded School, h Broad 

Rayle B Y, lawyer, h 4th nr Poplar 

Rayle' Mrs Mary, wid, h Old Plank rd 

Red Elephant Tobacco Works, H H Reynolds, prop, Liber- 
ty nr 1st 

Reed A, h 2d cor Chestnut 

Reed Christian, jr, carpenter, h Liberty nr 2d 

Reed Christian, sr, farmer, h Liberty nr 3d 

Reed Miss Lena, h 2d cor Chestnut 

Reich J H, shoemaker, 3d nr Liberty, r do 

Reid Miss A M, h Liberty 

Reid David S, dry goods, &c, cor Main and 2d, h cor 2d and 
Chestnut 

Reid John A, groceries, cor 5th and Liberty, h do 




( WITH H. a REICH,) 

(^.^^ 

UNDER OLD WILSON HOTEL, 
CORNER LIBERTY AND 
THIRD STREETS, 

■^T^instoJi, - 3Sr. O- 

With an experience of 35 years I can guarantee to do all Repairing neat- 
ly and promptly. All work warranted to give satisfaction. 



f^l^HAATn Xr S-^-t^nMvrrk ^^'^■^ton's popular Druggists, can supply any 
xJk\JWL\^ kx. x^iuwi| want, and carefully compound prescriptions 
at all hours, day or night. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. ?r'^'' ^"^'' 



Curtain P^les an<l Window Shades 



-.ace C u r t a ins, 



WINSTON DIHECTORY.-White. 



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Keid Miss M M, h Lib^Kj^ ^ ~ ' 

Reul Mrs Xuncy, tailoress, 3d cor Liberty 

IJoid Y A,li Liberty 

Ilcvolle AV Y, salesman, h 5th nr Poplar 

Reynolds HH, prop of ''lied Elephant Tobacco Works," 
Liberty nr Ist, h Liberty 

Iieynolds J E, painter, h Liberty ex 

Reynolds R J & Co, tobacco manufacturer, Chestnut nr 2d 

Ijeyno ds R J, R J Reynolds & Co, bds Hotel Fountain 

Keyno ds W N, R J Reynolds & Co, bds Merchants' Hotel 

Lice^\ L agt Baltimore United Oil Co, bds Winston House 
l*ourth 

Ri^ch D, tob emp, bds Merchants' Hotel 

Richard J M, meat market, 4th nr Main, h 5th nr e limits 

Richardson J A, leaf tob, Old Town, h do 

Richardson Mrs L W, h 5th cor Cherry 

Richmond W R, tob emp, r Cherry bet 6th and 7th 

Rierson Scott, boardincr, Liberty nr 5th 

Rierson W C, clerk, h Liberty 

Riggins H L, mang for M N Williamson, r Old Town nr 5th 

Riggs Miss Carrie, saleslady, h Liberty nr 2d 

Riggs Miss Fannie, h Liberty nr 2d 

Riggs Jesse, shoemaker, Liberty nr 4th, h Liberty nr 2nd 

Riggs Miss Mattie, h Liberty cor 2nd 

Rights Alec, carpenter, h 8th nr Old Town 

Rights William, carpenter, h 8th nr Old Town 

ivives E A, machinist, h Elm cor 1st 

Roan Miss Ada, h 4th cor Spruce 



Largest Meat 
Market in Winston. 



FRESH-:- MEATS 




Country Produca 

and Poultry, 
Of All Kinds at a1' 

times on hand, 
Sausage, Beef, Pork, 

Mutton, Veal 
and Game in season. 
Come one, come all. 

4th St., Near Main, 

WinLton, N. C. 



XJV v. 0, Thorn 13800 -^''^^•?':'^^ '^■''^'■*'f""y compounds i)i-o- 



Fourth Street, Winston, N, C. 



scription.s fit all hours, flay or night. 



DTT TT'i't-irv Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. XI. X^ILL^, Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 

64 WINSTON DIEECTOEY.— White. 

Eoan Mrs E, wid, h 4th cor Spruce 

Roan Henry, R J Reynolds & Co, h 4th cor Spruce 

Roan Miss JuHa, h 4th cor Spruce 

Robbins Wm, clerk, bds Winston House 

Roberts W C, bricklayer, h Railroad nr Liberty 

Roberts D I, tob buyer, h Reservoir 

Roberts Fred, h Broad 

Roberts Mrs Mary, wid, h Main cor 6th 

Robertson A S, printer, bds AVinston House 

Robinson Henry B, tob emp, h Chestnut nr 2d 

Robinson John M, liver}^ stables, 3d nr Church, h Broad 

Robinson John 0, h Chestnut nr 2d 

Rohinson Willie, mason, h 4th nr Spring 

Roddick James, plasterer, h Elm nr 2d 

Rominger Eli, machinist, h Elm nr 2d 

Rominger Miss Phoebe, school teacher, h Elm nr 2d 

Rominger Mrs Roswell P, h Liberty m- 2d 

Rominger Miss Ruth, school teacher, h Elm nr 2d 

Rose Benj, clerk, h 2d nr Chestnut 

Rose Boone M, clerk, h 3d cor Elm 

Rose Miss Dora, h 2d nr Chestnut 

Rose Henry, clerk, h 2d nr Chestnut 

Rose Kinney, clerk, h 5th nr Old Town 

Rose Morris W, saloon, 3d nr Main, h 2d nr Chestnut 

Rose Samuel, clerk, h 2d nr Chestnut 

Rosenbacher & Bro, clothing, dry goods, etc, 3d nrMain and 

Liberty nr 4th 
Rosenbacher Herman, salesman, h 3d nr Main 
Rosenbacher Joseph, Rosenbacher & Rro, r 3d nr Main 
Rosenbacher Sigmund, Rosenbacher & Bro, h Main bet 5th 

and 6th 
Rothrock Daniel, h Oak 
Rothrock Edward, painter, h East 
Rucker Thos S, bookkeeper, h Spruce 
Rugger August, h Old Plank rd 
Rugger Mrs Isabella, dress maker, h Old Plank rd 
Rugger John, grocer, Shallowford, h Old Plank rd 
Russell Miss Carrie, h Depot nr 5th 
Ryan Miss Emily, h Church cor Ist 
Ryan Miss Fannie, dom, h 5th ah Poplar 
Scales Ham & Co, tob manufacturers, Church nr 6th 
Scales Maj Hamilton, Ham Scales & Co, r Church nr 6th 
Scales James S, M W Nortleet & Co, r 3d bet Cherry and 

Liberty 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS seU Star Brand Special Tobacco Manure, Anchor 
Brand Tobacco Fertilizer, and Star Brand Guano— three of the best brands fer- 
tilizers made. They also sell only the best qualities Red Clover, Sapling Clo- 
ver, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass and Herd Grass Seed. 



O Xp A lion A<:;ent for Farnior Ciiil Cook Stove, Farmer Favorite, 
''- • ■^* -^^IJt/li^ (iiain Drills, Farmer Friend Plows, Leader Corn 
Sheller. Cor, Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

WINSTON DIEECTORY.— White. 65 



Scbonler David D, millinery, 3d nr Main, dry goods, etc, Lib- 
erty nr 4th, r do 
Schouler J W, clerk, r Liberty nr 4th 
Sehauni Miss Christine, h 1st cor Chestnut 
Schaum F G, leaf tobacco, Depot cor 3d, h cor Chestnut and Ist 
Seagraves Mrs Martha, wid, h Main nr 6th 
Sharp Miss Mary, tailoress, h Old Town 
Shell Jim, tobacconist, bds Hotel Fountain 
Shellington John H, tob wker, h Liberty cor 6th 
Shelton Miss Carrie, h Cherry cor 1st 
Shelton Don D, dep collector, h 5th nr Spring 
Shelton Mrs Nellie, wid, h Cherry cor 1st 
She m we 11 Mrs T A, h 2d 

Sheppard Benjamin J, B J Sheppard & Co,h 6th nr Main 
Sheppard B J & Co, leaf brokers, cor 4th and Chestnut 
Sheppard Mrs M E, wid, h cor Cherry and 4th 
Sheppard J R, clerk, h Cherry 

Shipley John W, harness manufacturer. Main nr 3d, h Main 
Shore Augustus, miller, h Shallowford rd 
Shore Walter, printer, h Shallowford rd 

Shutt , meat market, h Liberty nr 5th 

Shutt James, farmer, h Summit nr 6th 

Silas Miss Ella, h Oak 

Simpson J T, clerk, r Liberty nr Ist 

Simpson John, tob worker, r Liberty nr 2d 

Simpson Samuel, carpenter, h cor Liberty and 5th 

Simpson Sanford, carpenter, h Liberty nr 5th 

Simpson Wm, tob worker, h Reservoir av 

Simpson Wra, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Singer Mfg Co, (The) W B McWhorter, agent, Liberty nr4th 

Sink Saml, carpenter, h Fries old plank rd 

Slater Relius, tob worker, h Reservoir al 

HAM. SCALES. T. J. WILSON. N. S. WILSON. 



Tobacco Manufacturers, 




Scales & Co-'s Best, Alex, Stephens, Ada Bryan, and Babbit Gum. 

"R-nz-WTtrn T?rvfV£kTo J^t (^/\ Can suiiply either farmers or mer- 
J)rOWn. JttOgeiS 6D OO. chants wfth any article to be 
found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



D. H. King, 



Dealer in KennpV)ec River Ice, in large or small 
_ quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Winston or Salem. Otiioe, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



66 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 



Slee Mrs M A, bda Merchants' Hotel 

Smith A A, leaf tohacco, cor Main and 2(1, h cor 4th and liroad 

Smith Henry H, W F Smith & Sons', bds Hotel Fountain 

Smith James, warehouseman, h Main nr 4th 

Smith C, toll 1)nyer, h 5th nr Poplar 

Smith Samuel 11, postmaster, h 5th nr Summit 

Smith Sterling, W F Smith & Son's, bds Hotel Fountain 

Smith T W, tob worker, h 4th 

Smith W F & Son's, leaf dealers, Chestnut nr 4th 

Smith W F, W F Smith & Son's, bds Hotel Fountain 

Smoke Wm, salesman, r 3d cor Main 

Snipes Andrew C, farmer, Old Town rd 

Snipes C A, butcher, Old Town rd, h do 

Snipes AV F, groceries, meats, etc, Reservoir, h do 

Snow Gaston, h Depot nr 5th 

Snow Mrs Laurinda, tob worker, h Liberty 

Southern Express Co, C Buford, agent. Main nr 3d 

Spach & Cranford, blacksmiths & wheelrights, Church nr 4th 

Spach Edward, Spach & Cranford, h 4th nr Maple 

Sparks James, tob worker, h Liberty 

Spaugh Edw, blacksmith, h 4th nr Hillside av 

Spaugh Miss Rosa, h Cherry nr 2d 

CHURCH, XEAR FOURTH STREETS, 

FORGING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, also MILLING 
REPAIRS of all ]<inds. Horses Shod on correct prin- 
oii>los. Thou-iands of hors- 
es are permanently injured 
by had .shoeing. The un- 
'B\ dersigned have had many 
years' e.xperience, and be- 
lieve tliat they can satisfy 
any reasoniible hor.se own- 
er with their work. 

WE SOLTCIT A 

A S fix RE OF THE 

PUBLIC'S 

FATBOXAGE. 

Respectfully, 

SPACH & CRANFORD. 

^-■v . ^-\ By the use ol our Dental Fluid, your teetli will be 

tI'»t'n\ATT"» Sj" <1 »1 own kept perfectly sound and white, your breath pun- 
XJi. \J\\ xy SJL. ±JL \j \\ i.y yjj^j iragrant, and the gums prevented Irom bleoding. 

Corner 4th and Liberty Streets. 





Rosenbacher «& Brother. ^l"/0rSTH„t 



inings a Spocialtv. 



WINSTON DIIIECTOJIY.— White. 67 

Spangh Win, mason, h Cherry nr 2(1 

Speers Wni L, shoemaker, li Salt, Salem 

Spencer Jnet, leaf tobacco, r Hotel Fountain 

Sprinkle II T, coppersmith, h Pond 

Sprinkle John II, clerk, r 3d nr Main 

Stagii: W L, conductor N W X C li R, h 2d nr Depot 

Stanton J P, Ive,2:ister of Deeds, Court House, h iMain nr 2d 

Stanton Mrs LK, Stanton & Merritt, h Main nr 2d 

Stanton & Merritt, niillinery and fancy goods, Main nr 2d 

Starbuck Mrs D II, wid, h Main cor 1st 

Starbuck Henry R, Eller & Starbuck, h Main cor 1st 

Starr Miss Adaline,tob emp, h Hillside av nr 5th 

Starr Baniel, lab, h Church cor 7th 

Starr G J, H J Williams & Co,h cor 4th and Main 

Stedman R T, com traveler, h Spring cor 6th 

Steele Robert, bar clerk, h Liberty nr 5th 

Steiner Charles, blacksmith, h Cherry nr 5th 

Stephenson Joseph W, carpenter, h 4th cor Church 

Stevens R, R Stevens & Co, furniture dealer and manfactur- 

er, also Carolina Real Estate Co, cor Liberty and 3d, 

factory, Salem, h Cherry nr 2d 
Stevens Lee, carpenter, h Main ex 
Stewart Robt, cigar maker, h Reservoir al 
Stewart Alfred, policeman, h Liberty cor 5th 
Stewart Mrs C C, dressmaker, h Liberty cor 5th 
Stewart George, tin and sheet iron worker, Main bet 3d and 

4th, h e Salem 
Stewart JohnC, M I & J C Stewart, h Old Town cor 9th 
Stewart M I, M I & J C Stewart, h Old Town cor 9th 
Stewart M I & J C, book and job printers, 3d bet Main and 

Liberty 
Stewart Mrs N E, wid, Lieut John F, h Old Town cor 9th 
Stewart Will T, pressman, h Old Town cor 9th 

MRS. L. K. STANTON. MRS. M. B. MERRITT. 

STANTON & MERRITT, 

MAIN STREET, - - - WINSTON, N. C. 

DEALERS IN 

FOR BARGAINS CALL AND SE E US. 

T^-p "\7" C\ T^l-i/-\rr» woz-vr* Carries a complete line of Paints, 
Ul, V . V7. ± llUIlipbUIl Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, &c., 4th 
Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT TT"-! 1-. |-Y» Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
. JLX' .L\.iiJ^5 and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 
Winston, N. C. 

68 WINSTON DIEECTORY.— White. 

Stewart Sol, lab, h Main nr 4th 

Stipe Wni B, distiller, h Depot nr 6th 

Stockton M D, bookkeeper, h Cherry nr let 

Stockton Mrs Martha, wid, h Cherry nr Ist 

Stockton N F, pin hooker, h 2d cor Spruce 

Stone Edgar, clerk, h 2d cor Pine 

Stone Miss Jannett, h Liberty cor 4th 

Stone Joseph J, foreman for M I & J C Stewart, h cor Liberty 

and 4th 
Stone Mrs M A, wid, h Liberty cor 4th 
Stone Miss Mamie, dress maker. Liberty cor 4th, h do 
Stone Richard, clerk, h 2d cor Pine 
Stone Miss Susie, h 4th cor Liberty 
Stout James W, grocer. Liberty ex, h do 
Strayhorn C G, box maker, h Old Town nr 6th 
Strayhorn E C, clerk, h Old Town nr 6th 
Strupe Chas, clerk, bds 4th nr Liberty 
Styers J I, carpenter, h Liberty ex 
Styroii Theo P, grocer. Main nr 4th, h Main, Salem 

GEORGE STEWART, 

—DEALER IN— 
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, STOVE PIPE, 

Fife CIdf Pipe for Sloye Flues, aod Teifa Cotla Sewef Pipes. 

Main, East of Court House, Between 3d and 4th Streets, 

WINSTON, N. C. 

MRS. £k. STBWART, 

Liberty, Corner 5th Sts., V7instoa, N.^0. 

YOUR ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED and SATISFACTION 
(GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. 

ALL TEE LATEST STYLES OF PATTERNS CONSTANT- 
LY ON HAND. 

T. ■ 1 ^— . ft HTn J<.n..ir.J Immense Stock of Ladies Dress Goods, Notions, Trim- 
Hin^lSW X/ V PflnHnS mlngs. Laces, Hosiery, White Goods, Bleached and 
lilliUliUn IX lilUUUUHl) Brown Domestics, Ginghams, Lawns, Prints, Calicoes, 
etc. Splendid assortment of Carpet and Straw Mattings at prices that defy competition. 



STjl All CkY\ Agent for King's Groat Western Powder Co., Her- 
• ,CJ. .m^1.1.\^L1j culese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Champion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 

'~~ \VINSTON DIRECTOHY.— White. 69 

Sunimerell W H, N Y life iusurance agt, bds Hotel Fountain 

Sumnierlield C & Co, clothing, etc, Main bet 3d and 4th 

8iitlift' I) A, tob worker, h Main nr 6th 

Sutlili' Thomas, tob worker, h Liberty nr 5th 

Swain Rev Ellis, pastor Methodist Protestant Church, h Old 

Town 
Swisegood J IT, warehouseman, h Main nr 4tl.' 
Taekett Minerva, tob emp, h Liberty cor 3d 
Tate AVm, Winston Agricultural Wks, h 4tl ab Poplar 
Tatum M J, leaf dealer, h Liberty cor 5th 
Tatum P A, clerk, bds Main nr 2d 
Tavis C n, carpenter, h Depot cor 6th 
Tavis Henry, tob emp, h Depot cor 6th 
Tavis William, carpenter, h Elm nr 2d 
Taylor E M, mang, h Chestnut 
Taylor J R, tob buyer, h Pond 
Taylor John M, lab, h 8th nr Main 
Taylor S H, mail agt, h 8th 

Teague M E, sheriff, also C F Nissen & Co, h Liberty 
Terry House, Mrs N J Terry, prop, Main bet 2d and 3d 
Terry J D, railroader, h Main bet 2d and 3d 
Terry Mrs N J, prop the Terry House, Main bet 2d and 3d 
Tesh Miss Bella, tob emp, h 5th 
Tesh G W, carpenter, h 5th 
Thomas Mrs F S, h Liberty 
Thomas H K, shoemaker, h Liberty 
Thomas Miss M E, h Shallowford 
Thomas Miss Mary, tob worker, h Liberty 
Thomas Samuel, drayman, h Liberty 
Thompson Miss Elsie, h Liberty nr 7th 
Thompson John J, h Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
Thompson Lizzie, h Libert}^ bet 4th and 5th 
Thompson Mattie, h Liberty 




FLEASANTL Y AND CONVENIENTL Y LOCA TED IN THE 

HEART OF THE BU^SINESS PART OF THE CITY. 
nrst JDoox BelOTXT- JL^erclian-ts' I3:otel. 

Good Meals, Neatly Served ; New Rooms Nicely Furnished, 

and Attentive Servants. Transient Guests, $1.50 per day. Special Rates 

for Regular Boarders. 

Q^^ ^ ^ L^ -^ ri Builders' Hardware, Nails, Screws, 

'DrOWI), 'r\0^ef^ & Co. Bolts, Locks, Knobs, Hinges, Rope, 
White Lead, Oil, Wadsworth's Pure Mixed Paint and Brushes. 



DTT T^"i"no* ^^•'^'^>' "1 ^^^^^ grades of Steam, Smithinor, 
• -tl. X^lli^; Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, AVinston. 

70 WINSTON DIEECTOKY.— White. ~~ 

Thompson Miss Minuie, h Liberty cor 7th 
Thompson Peter A, drug clerk, h Liberty and 7th 
Thompson Mies Susie, saleslady, h 4th nr Liberty 
Thompson Dr V 0, druggist and cigar infr, 4th bet Main and 

Lioerty, h cor Liberty and 7th 
Thomson Arthur, h Liberty cor 3d 
Thomson Julius, machinist, h Liberty cor 3d 
Thomson Susan, saleslady, h Liberty cor 3d 
Thornburg Miss Ada, school teacher, h Cherry cor 3d 
Thornburg Mrs Jeanette, wid, h Cherry- nr 3d 
Thornburg Miss Sallie, school teacher, h Cherry nr 2d 
Thornbug Willie, clerk, h Cherry nr 3d 
Thornton E, tinner, h Main nr 6th 
Thorton & Co, groceries, etc, Liberty nr P O 
Thornton Kobert L, Thornton & Co, h Broad 
Tise A L, painter, h Liberty 
Tise Charles, contractor, h Liberty nr 7th 
Tise Charles 11, J Tise & Co, h Main cor 5th 
Tise Cicero, furniture mfr and dealer and undertaker. Main 

bet 3d and 4th, h Main nr 5th, also Germanton rd 
Tise Francis S, tob classer, h Old Town nr 8th 
Tise Jacob, J Tise & Co, h 4th cor Chestnut 
Tise J & Co, dry goods, etc, cor Main and 4th 
Tise John, wagon maker, h Liberty nr 5th 
Tise Jonah, carpenter, h Liberty nr 6th 
Tise Mrs Nancy M, wid, h 5th nr Hillside av 
Tise Mrs Temperance, wid, h Old Town nr 8th 
Tise W R, carpenter, h Oak 
Flynt Charles, clerk, h Liberty 
Foltz H W, com traveler, h Liberty 
Townsend Mrs N, dress maker. Liberty nr 5th, h do 
Traynham Miss Bettie, saleslady, h cor 2d and Chestnut 
Tucker Dolly, nurse, h Cherry 



DRESS-MAKING, 

Also Repairing, Cleaning and Making of 

-: Crentleinezi's and. Boys' Olotliingr ! :- 

Your Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

Liberty Street, Near Fifth, - Winston, N. C. 

O^ A- ©*i Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

'DrOWI\ (S. DlOWr^ Winston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. \'o?iTA"e 



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WINSTON DIIJECTOEY.— White. 71 

Tucker Lina, h Fries old plank rd ~ ~ 

Tucker AVin, shoemaker, Liberty cor 5th, h Liberty ex 

Tulloch Thomas, tinsmith, bds Liberty nr 7th 

Twin-City Club, 3d nr Liberty 

Twin-City Daily, (The) J Foy, editor and proprietor. Lib- 
erty bet 4th and 5th 

Twill-City Hospital, Mrs L E Campbell, motron, Liberty nr 3d 

( nion Grove C'hurch, Crawford av 

Union Republican, (The) published every Thursday, JW 
Goslin, editor and proprietor, 3d bet Main and Liberty 

X^anSantvoort Mrs, artist, Starbuck Blk, Main 

Vance Miss Elizabeth, housekeeper, h Liberty 

Vance ]\Iiss Susan, tob emp, h Liberty 

Vaughn J H, canvasser, h Main bet 4th and 5th 

Vaughn Joseph B, Vaughn & Pepper, h cor Spruce and 6th 

Vaughn L A, Lockett, Vaughn & Co, Cherry, r do 

A^aughn & Pepper, genl mdse". Liberty cor 4th 

Vaughn Thos L, tobacco mfr, cor 5th and Old Town, h Poplar 

Vickers J W, painter. Merchants' Hotel 

Vickers M M, clerk, Merchants' Hotel, r do 

Vickers Wiley R, prop Hotel Fountain and Merchants' Ho- 
tel, Main bet 2d and 3d 

Vogler A L, saloon. Chestnut nr 4th, h do 

Vogler William T, watchmaker and jeweler, Main bet 2d 
and 3d, h Church, Salem 

Wachovia National Bank, W A Lemley, pres, cor Main 

and 3d 
Waggoner Laura, seamstres, h Old Town 
Walker David, printer, h Broad 
Walker Miss Ellen, h Broad 
Walker Edw, tob emp, r Cherry cor 3d 
Walker G J, leaf dealer, h Sycamore cor 4th 
Walker J A, house and sign painter, 4th cor Elm, h Liberty 



W. A. LEMLEY, President. JAS. a. GRAY. Cashier. 

CORNER MAIN AND THIRD STREETS, 

©API m^m iissi.©ii, 

^^ui'plu^ kud lJr,divided Pfofit^, $100,000. 

Dr. V. 0. ThoniDSOn '^''^. P^^P^^^r Winston Druggist. 
„f ^„^,., ,_ . ,. . r^^"» carries a comi^lete and select stock 

ot every description of proprietary medicine. 



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DTT T^i-n rr Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
• i-L. X^J-iig J and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets. 
Winston, N. C. 

74 WINSTON DIEECTOEY.— White. 

Walker John H, ass't Post Master, h Broad 

AValker M A, M A Walker & Co, h 5th cor Lihertj 

Walker M A & Co, leaf tobacco, Chnrch cor 3d 

Walker Robert, tob emp, h Cherry nr 3d 

Wall John D, clerk, h 4th nr Liberty 

Wall Sam'l, Wall & Bntbrd. draymen, h Liberty cor 2d 

Wall Thos D, h Liberty cor 2d 

Wallace Robert W, clerk, bds cor 3d and Ehn 

Ware E T, foreman, bds Slerchants' Hotel 

Ware Frank, tob emp, r 4th 

Ware Richard, clerk, r 4th 

Warner J A, pump mfr, h Cherry nr 2d 

Warner W C, com ti'aveler, h Cherry 

Warren J B, grocer, 2d cor Depot, h do 

Watkins Miss Agnsta, h 5th ab Poplar 

Watkins Miss Ida Lee,h 5th ab Poplar 

Watkins J A, mangfor Bynnm, Cotten & Co, r do 

Watkins John D, h 5th ab Poplar 

Watkins Miss Molhe, milliner, bds Main bet 2d and 3d 

Watkins N Y, mdse broker, 4th bet Liberty and Main, r do 

Watkins T R, tob emp, r Cherry cor 6th 

Watson & Buxton, lawyers and insurance, cor 5th and Liberty 

Watson Cyrus B, Watson & Buxton, h Old Town 

Watson Miss M G, h Old Town cor 6th 

AVatson T W, clerk, h Old Town cor 6th 

Webb Mrs Enmia, wid, h Liberty nr 5th 

Webb Frank, h Liberty nr 5th 

Webb Garland T, auctioneer, h 4th nr Sprins: 

AVebster R P, floor manager, r cor 4th and Old Town 

Weisner J M, fireman, h Fries old plank rd 

Weir Henry, carpenter, h nr Liberty 

Weir Jas F, carpenter, h nr Liberty 

Weir Miss Lilley, tob worker, h nr Liberty 

Welfare Charles R, groceries &c. Main bet 2d and 3d, h Main 

Salem 
Western Sentinel (The), published every Thursday, V W 

Long, editor and prop. Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
Western Union Telegraph Co, J M Pendleton, mang, 3d bet 

Main and Liberty 
Westmoreland Lizzie, h Liberty ex 
Westmoreland R, clerk 
Wheeler Miss Josie, tob emp, h Oak 
Wheeler Mrs Sallie, h Oak 
W^hicker James, engineer, h East cor 7tli 
Whicker Aliss Lulu, h East cor 7th 

8; ^ 5^ t Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

lOWI) <X; aJlOWI\ Wlnston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



-^ Will find it to their advantage to 

tI >i "PITlPvf^ ^^'i''' •'^- ^- ALLEN, the poimlar H: 
_l_ <Xl.JJ.(Wl.p of Winston, foi- he sells good goods a 



leave their orders 
ardware merchant, 
and gives low prices. 



WINSTON DIRECTORY.— White. 75 



Whitaker W A, tobacco nifr, Church cor 5th, h 5th 

White Elvira T, h Liberty 

White Emory, carriage painter, h Liberty ex 

White F T, mang Lockett, Vaughn & Co, h Liberty cor 6th 

White L'win, painter, h Liberty ex 

White Miss Jennie, h Main nr 4th 

White J A, J A White & Son, h Liberty ex 

AVhite J A & Son, carriage mfrs, cor Liberty and North 

White J F, machinist, h Liberty 

White John H, farmer, h Liberty 

White J H, bar clerk, r Old Town nr 4th 

White J H, jr, grocer. Liberty cor 8th, h do 

AVhite Mrs J S, dress maker, h Main nr 4th 

AVhite J S, h Main nr 4th 

AA'hite Joseph, J A White & Son, h Liberty 

White Miss Mary, h Old Town nr 7th 

AVhite Walter, painter, h Liberty ex 

White Wm H, painter, h Liberty ex 

AVhiteliead Aliss Susie, dora, h 5th ab Poplar 

Whitlow Mrs M J, h Liberty 

Whittington Miss C Al, bds Jones House 

Whittington Miss M L, bds Jones House 

Wiggins Lee, box maker, h 5th nr Hillside av 

Wiggins Aliss Mattie, dress maker, h 5th nr Hillside av 

Wiggins Miss Minnie, h 5th nr Hillside av 

Wiggins Mrs MoUie, dress maker, 5th nr Hillside av 

AViggins AVm, cigar maker, h 5th nr Hillside av 

AViley Miss Annie, school teacher, h Spruce nr 5th 

Wiley Mrs C H, wid, h Spruce nr 5th 

Wiley David, student, h Spruce nr 5th 

Wiley James, salesman, h Spruce nr 5th 

AVilliams Miss Eva, dress maker, h Cherry nr 5th 




®^^2 '^ ■MANUFACTURER OF- 

PLUG, TWIST and SMOKING TOBACCO. 

Lucile, Olive Branch, Peach and Honey, Golden Slipper, White Wings 

and many other popular brands always on hand. 
Only Jobbing Trade Solicited. Samples and Prices Mailed on Application. 

Tir \T O Thmnnann Druggist, carefully compounds pre- 
±JL. \. \j» J- Al'-'lAl|Ji3V^Uj scriptions atall hours, day ornight. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTT T^lT-iry I>^'11pi" in best grades of Steam, Smithing. 
. -Ll. X^iLl^j Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, "Winston. 

76 WINSTON DIEECTOEY.— White. 

William H J, H J Williams & Co, h Cherry nr 5th 
Williams II J & Co, ijrocers and bakers, cor Main and 4th 
Williams Miss Kate, h cor Main and 3d 
Williams Lewis J, attorney-at-law, Liberty nr P O, op}. 

Bitting block, li Summit nr 5th 
Williams Rev Louis L, pastor of St Paul's Episcopal Churcli, 

bds Jones House 
AViiliams Mrs R, boarding house, cor Main and 3d 
Williams Miss Susie, dress maker, Main nr 3d, h Cherry nr5tli 
Williams Wm, clerk, r 3d nr Main 
Williamson A A, carpenter, h Liberty nr 5th 
Willianison Miss AnnaP, h 5th nr Spring 
AVilliainson Charles, bookkeeper, h 5th nr Spring 
Williamson Miss Fannie, h 5th nr Spring 
Williamson M N, leaf tobacco. Old Town nr 5th, h 5th 
Williamson Robeit, mang T L Vaughn, h 5th nr Spring 
Williamson T F, T F Williamson & Co, h 5th nr Spring 
Williamson T F & Co, tobacco manufacturers, Church bet 

5th and 6th 
Wilson E H, leaf tobacco, 2nd nr Liberty, h cor 2d and Church 
Wilson J D, clerk, h 5th cor Old Town 
Wilson J M, clerk, h Main 
Wilson Mrs Ivate, h 9th 

L. J. WILLIAMS, 

ATTOENEY-AT-LA^^ 

PRACTICE IX THE STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. 
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN to COLLECTION of CLAIMS. 

:E=I^oaiy/£:E=T -:- I^EOTTn^l^TS -:- O^-A-IDE. 

REFERENCE:— FIRST NATIONAL BANK, WINSTON, N. C. 

T. F. WILLIAMSON & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL GRADES 

PLUG m TWIST TOBACCOS, 

WINSTON, N. C. 

p. K., 12 Inch 3Js. Lady Alice, 12 Inch 3^s. Old Gold, 12 Inch 3Js. Lit- 
" tie Tom, 9 Inch 4s. Little Ada, 9 Inch is. Lilian Russel, 8 Inch 6s. 

XT' 1 n Kir^J^o^i'^ Buv Groceries, Grain, Flour, Ship Stuff, Nails, Molasses, 

HlTl^lflW A/ I PnPin'J and Heavy Goods by the car load, and their Dry (Jnods, 
lilUollUii UL IIIUUU^^IIJ Notions and other goods in original packages of first 
hands at the lowest cash prices and offer unequalled inducements to Cash Buyers. 



T 



Rosenbacher & Brother. JtteiTwi,;!to" 

that keeps a complete line of foot wear. 

WINSTON DIRECTORY.— W hite. 77 

Wilson Miss Lee, h iirBelo Pond 

AVi]8)n Miss M J, h Dep<it nr 6th 

AVilson Milton, clerk, h Main nr 4th 

Wilson N S, hookkeeper, h 3d cor Elm 

Wilson P A, nier tailor, 3d cor p]ln), h do 

Wilson Peter, jr, bookkeeper, h cor 2d and Liberty 

AVilson Robert, butcher, h Nhiin ex 

AVilson TlTos A, Jones & Wilson, h 2d cor Church 

^Vil8on Thos J,bookkeei)er, h 2d cor Chestnut 

AVllson Thos J, lawyer, 2d nr Main,h do 

Wilson T J, jr, H Scales & Co, h Pond nr 4th 

Wilson W S, carpenter, h Lilierty ex 

Winston Eelectric Light & Motive Power Co, W A Wliit- 

aker, pres, cor 5th and Main 
Winston Graded School, 4th bet Broad and Summit 
Winston House, JH Farrar, prop, 4th bet Main and Liberty 
Winston Iron Works, Kester Bros', props. Main bet 4th 

and 5th 
Wise Mary, dom, h Main nr 6th 
Witcover Paul, clerk, bds Terry House 
Wollington Mrs Emma, dom, h Liberty ex 
Wood C A, bookkeeper, r Church cor 5th 
Wood Chas H, W W AVood & Co, h Main cor 6th 
Wood W W, W W Wood & Co, h Main cor 6th 
Wood W W & Co, tobacco mfrs, Old Town bet 4th and 5th 
Woodard Lewis, tol) emp, h East 
Woodruff J M, clerk, bds 4th 
Woolen J A, carpenter, h 7th nr Cherry 
Woolen J W, clerk, h 7th nr Cherry 
Woolen Miss Ma£!:gie, dress maker, h 7th nr Cherry 
Woollen Wra, clerk, h Old Town 
Wonmiack R A, com traveler, h Broad 
Wooters H C, carpenter, h nr Liberty 
Wriorht A R, clerk, h Cherry nr 4th 
Wright Sam, tob emp, h Cheny nr 5th 
Yarbrough B, machinist, r 4th nr Liberty 
Young John G, mdse broker, 4th nr Liberty, h Cherry nr 3d 
Young John H, salesman, h Railroad nr Liberty 
Young ,11^, bar clerk, r Liberty cor 3d 
Young J S, Barbee & Young, h Liberty 
Young Men's Christian Association, W A Blair, pres ; E 

A Ebert, vice pres ; W T Spaugh, 2d vice pres ; M T) 

Stockton, rec secty ; W B Pollard, treas ; E L Harris, gen 

secty. Liberty nr 4th 
Young Y W, carpenter, h Liberty 

'^i^^HH^^ •*? ^ ^^ Ht r<^ Agents for genuine Smith and Dexter Cutters, Cteiser 
'Drew I), I^Oger^ a: UO. Xlireshers, Champion Grain Drills, Harrisons Corn 
Mills, Peerless Road Engines, Perry & Co.'s Stoves, Tyson & Jones' and Emerson «fc 
Fishers' and Spiral Spring Buggies, 






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, IdilQi^ and Fublisber. 

Wk^ S<0tkbli0l\ed ii) 1856. 

Is a Breezy, Newsy, Nervy Paper that the People like to Read 
Hasn't any Moss on its Back, but Isn't a Kicker. 



Has Paid Correspondents and Agents at Every Important 1\ 
0. in Ten Counties. 



Doesn't Claim to Reach Eveiy Man in Piedmont N. C, but 
Comes Nearer it than any other Paper. 



Will Sell a Limited Quantity of Space to any Honest Adver- 
tiser and Guarantee the Money's worth Every Time. 



Doesn't Object to Taking Subscriptions, Provided $1.50 is 
Sent in Advance by Every Subscriber. 



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Is Superintended by Skilled and Competent 
Printers who know their business. 

Would rather do a neat Job than a shoddy 
one, every time. 

Will make prices as low as any first-class 
establishment can make them. 

Prints anything from a Visiting Card to a 
barn-door Poster or a Newspaper. 



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COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS 
gtkte, Coui]tY, City li^l f{^ili^okd ©ifedtorie^^ 

New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, North Carolinca, South Carolina, Vir- 
ginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and other States. 
Directories of any State or City in the United States, or Canada, 
furnished on application. 

E. F. TURNER & CO.. 

217 ELM STREET, YONKERS, NEW YORK. 
"^T^lESllEll^ "2"0T:J OO TO 



BE SURE AND STOP AT THE 

PUTNAM-;- HOUSE, 

Oomer -itli -A-tto. anci 2©tli Street, 

S 5^if^t-Clk^^ Sotel Witli Sll Jvlode^n Inipi'oveiiiei^t^. 
Oliarg-es n^ocierate. 




New and attractive route to the popular resorts of Westchester and Put- 
nam Counties, from any station on Manhattan Elevated Railroad (Sixth or 
Ninth Ave Lines), connectinijat 155th iSt. with trains for High Bridge, Yonk- 
ers, Tanyfown, Croton Lake, Lake Mahopac, Car/nel, Lake Gleneida, Brewster, 
Etc. Beautiful Scenery, Iron Bridges, Stone Ballast, Hard Coal Burning 
Engines, Automatic Brakes, Miller Platforms, Baker Heaters, and all mod- 
ern improvements to secure safety and comfort. Connecting at Brewster 
with New York and New England Railroad for Danbury, Hawleyville, 
Bristo,l Plainville, New Britian, Hartford, Williamantic, Boston, etc. 
H. C. WILLETS, Traffic Manager. C. A. COOMBS, Gen"! Manager. 

TICKET OFF IVES OF THE COMPANY: 

NEW YORK— World Travel Co., 207 Broadway ; 944Broadway : Windsor 
Hotel, 5th Ave. ; 1323 Broadway; Cosmopolitan Hotel, Cor. West Broadway 
and Chambers St. ; 737 Sixth Ave., Cor42dSt.; 134 East 125th St., near 
Third Ave. ; Baggage Depot, 243 West 53d St., near 8th Ave. 

Brooklyn — No. 4 Court Street; 360 Fulton St., Cor. Clinton Avenue. 

S^^The New York Transfer Co. will call for and Check Baggage from Hotels 
and Hesidcnces. 



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A FINE LINE OF 
Stationery and Blank Books 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



1 

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WEDDING, BALL, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

I INVITATION PRINTING 

DONE NEATLY 



H I ; A 1 ) (J U A K r E K S 1' () X -M: 

SCHOOL BOOKS 




LANIER'S BOOK STORE, 

LIBERTY ST.. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 

WINSTON, N. C. 

(>r(Ui> by iiiiiil itiiiinittly .'it- 
rcnik'd tci. 



lililli 



On Short Notice, 



LANIER'S JOB OFFICE, 



III 



i Liberty Street, oj). I'o.-f Ollifc. |]jjj 



WINSTON, N. <■. 



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C, G. LANIER, PRINT, WINSTON, 



New York, Ontario and Western Railway. 




The Best and Most Picturesque Route from New York to Cornv/all, Middle- 
town, Ellenville, Liberty, Norwich, Delhi, Sidney, Oneida, Oswego, 
Suspension Bridge, Detroit, Chicag'o, 



mg 



And iill lointsWest. Pullman Sleeping Pars on Niglit Trains, and Pullman Draw 
Kdoim Ciirson Day Trains. Hard ('oal Engines used exolusivley on Passenger Trains 

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



^THE OLD RELIABLE' 

Slienandoati Valley R. R. 

PASSES THROUGH 

Valleij? of Uii?urpsg?edLoVBlinE^?,MagiiificBntj^cEnei^g,Btc 

THE ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE 

TO THK 

WONDERFUL* CAYEIINS* OF* LURAY 

AND 

fiNATURAL ^ BRIDGDif 




NORTH, SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. 

Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers on All Trains Between 

NEW YORK AND CHATTANOOGA. 

O. HOWARD ROYER, Gen. Pass, and Freight Agent, 



Piedmont Air- Line. 



HICHMOND and DANVILLE R. R. CO. 

The Short and Direct Line 

Washington, 'Q. (J. 



A.1STJD 



f^iehmond, Va. 
TO ATLANTA AND BIRMINGHAM, 

PASSING THROUGH THE CITIES OF 

ALEXANDRIA, CHARLOTTESVILLE, LYNCHBURG, DAN- 
VILLE, GREENSBORO, REIDSVILLE, SALISBURY, 
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA, AUGUSTA, RALEIGH, 
DURHAM, GOLDSBORO, SPARTANSBURG, GREENVILLE, 
SENECA, GAINSVILLE, AND ATHENS. 

5o the §oathiSoathwe5t 

MONTGOMERY, MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS, 

SHREVEPORT, TEXAS AND 

CALIFORNIA. 



The Great Passenger and Freight Line of the South, with 

Unsurpassed Facilities for Prompt and Satisfactory 

Passenger and Freight Service. 

Inquiries for Information should be addressed to 

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

Traffic Mana^rer, Gen. Freight Agent, Gen. Passenger Agt., 

Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. Washington, D' C. 



THE GREAT FOUR TRACK ROUTE. 

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

THE NEW YESTIBULED LIMITED. 




THE Handsonie!st and Fastest Train 
in America is the niaj<nifieent new 
A'e.sti hilled Limited, cumi>i)se<i of a 
a Buffet, Smoking and Liiirary Car, two 
Parlor Cars, two Sleeping C:irs and a Din- 
ing Car, between New York and Chicago 
and St. Louis, over the great Four-Traiik 
New YoKK CicNTRAL AM) HiusoN River 
Railroad, and the Lakt. Sucpui: Rail- 
road. A Library, Bath-Rnom, Barber 
Shop and Steam Heat are the novel fea- 
tures. 

THE AIIAGARii FALLS ROUTE 
Is over the New York Central and Hud- 
son Riv -r Railroad, in coiHieijtion with 
tiie Miciiigan Central Railroad, cros.sing 
Niagai I River ou the celebrated Canti- 
lever Bridge within a few hundred yards 
of the P'oUs. All trains st)]) ten minutes 
at Falls Vii-w Station at the verjic of the 
gre'^t cataract and in full view of the 
rapids just above the Falls. 

All Trains arrive at and de'^art from 
the Grand Central Station, on 42*1 Street, 
New Y'ork ; the largest and tinest Raihvav Station in America. 

MAGNIFICENT N AV Y^ AGNER SLEEPING CAKS 

Run regularly to and from New Y irk and Boston nd in'xke direct connection to and from 

BUFFALO, 
NIAGARA FALLS, 
TORONTO, 
DETROIT, 

clp:veland, 
cincinnati, 
indianai'olis, 

ST. LOUIS, 
CHICAGO, 
ST. I'AT^L, 
MANITOBA, 
PORTLAND, 

KANSAS CITY, 
TEXAS, 
DENVER, 

SALT LAKE. 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
And All Points in the Great West. 
Two of the Four Tracks are 
devoted exclusively to I'assengi-r 
Trains. This, in connection with 
tiie easy grades, light curves and 
superior construction, makes the 
New York Central and Hudson 
River Railroad 

The SAFEST, QUICKEST, and 
Most Comfortable Route 

BETWEEN \ 

NEW YORK or BOSTON «_. 

AND 

THE ^WEST. 



For time Tables or Infor- 
mation call on the nearest 
Ticket Agents of the New 
York Central and Hirdson 
River Railroad, or address 




HIGHLANDS OF HfDSON RIVER. 



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

^.. J. TIK K\[M>S ^--i-: ■■■' <- '■ l'..--'-^'-— • \"enf. 



TURNER'S 
(^Win^tori City ©it'edtofy. 

€i889-90.E# 

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Abbreviations Used in this Directory. 

Ab., above; advt., advertisment; ave., avenue ; bds ., boards; bet., be- 
tween; com., commission ; com. mer , commission merchant; cor,, corner; 
do., ditto ; e., east ; ft., foot; h, house: la., lane; mfg., manufactui'ing; mfr., 
manufacturer ; mfrs., manufacturers ; n., north ; nr., near ; lab., laborer ; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. 0., post olRce; r., rooms; s., south; st., street; w,, 
west ; Wash'n Washington ; wid., widow; wks., works ; tob., tobacco ; R. «fe 
D. R. R., Richmond and Danville Rail Road ; gen'l mdse., general merchan- 
dise ; supt., superintendent. 



COLORED DEPARTMENT. 



(Winston Colored Department Follows White and 
Likewise with Salem.) 



A. 



.BBOT COLE, tob roller, h 8th east 
Adams D, h Reservoir 
Adams Dick, grocer, Reservoir, h do 
Adams Letty, h rear Reservoir 
Adams S A, tob worker, h 9th 
Aiken Martha, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Akers Genevive, washer, h Brown's row 
Akers John, tob roller, h Vine 
Akers Lydia, washer, h Brown's row 
Alexander Daniel, tob worker, h Church nr 7th 
Albright L H, plasterer, h 7th nr Depot 
Allen Henry, h Newton 
Allen Joe, tob roller, h Main ex 
Allen Martha, washer, h Vance 
Allspaugh Martha, washer, h 8th east 
Alston George Lee, stableman, h Church 
Anderson John, tob worker, 4| nr Broad 
Anderson Lizzie, dom, h Cherry 
Atkins Sarah, washer, h Long Branch 
Atwood Rachel, tob picker, h Brown's row 

Fll' AT" n TlmtTirkQrin Druggist, carefully compounds pre- 
UL V. \J» -L l-l'-' Hi poUll, scriptions at all hours, day or night, 
Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT "TP^^yycV Botler of celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
. Xl- Jt\.lli^^ and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot .Streets, 



Winston, N. C. 



90 DIEECTOEY.— Colored. 



Austin John, driver, h 8th nr limits 

Austin John, lab,h Best's al 

Backetts Osborne, tob worker, h rear 7th 

Bailey Frank, barber, h Chestnut nr 4th 

Bailey Geo, tob worker, h Best's al 

Bailey Henry, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Bailey Nancy, doni, h Ninth 

Bailey Susan, washer, h Reservoir 

Baker Benj, tob worker, h Church 

Baker Katie, tob worker, h Depot 

Baker W M, tob worker, h Depot 

Baldwin AVm, tob roller, h Reservoir 

Banks Ella, washer, h Company lot 

Banks F B, Swepson & Banks, r 4th nr Main 

Banks Lemuel, lab,h Company lot 

Banner Henry, lab, h Sycamore 

Banner Linda, cook, h Best's al 

Barringer G, vegetables. Liberty nr 5th, h do 

Bason Giles, hlachsmith and grocer, Sycamore, h do 

Bass Wm, tob worker, h 8th nr limiti 

Bates Mary, tob worker, h nr Liberty 

Becham Jim, tob roller, h Long Branch 

Becham Laura, tob worker, h Long Branch 

Becham Paulina, h Long Branch 

Beck Carrie, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Beck Hillery, lab, h Reservoir 

Beck Mary, tob worker, h Montague 

Beck Sarah, washer, h rear Reservoir 

Bell Sidney, lab, h 8th nr limits 

Belo Ida, washer, h 8th east 

Belo John, tob roller, h 8th east 

Belo Sallie, tob worker, h 8th east 

Belo Tilda, washer, h 8th east 

Bennett Lena, washer, h Depot 

Bennett Mose, tob worker, h Depot 

Bennett Wm, lab, h 5th 

Benton Eliza, dom, h 9th 

Benton Cynthia, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Bethel Anderson, tob worker, h 3rd east 

Bethel Claude, tob roller, h 4th nr Hillside av 

Bethel Henry, tob worker, h 7th 

Bethel Jane, washer, h 3rd east 

Bethel Jerry, barber, h Liberty 

Bethel Kate, h 3rd east 

Bethel Wm, tob prizer, h Reservoir 



8^1 (T) c Offer great inducements to farmers visitlntr 

rOWr\ & ijiOWr\ Wlnston, in the line of druj^s and choice' 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. d,:2'^;"cLhtog 

in !iun<liv<ls of stylos ami qualities. 

WINSTON DIKECTOEY.— Colored. 91 



Binghain Will, tob worker, h Brown's row 

Black Amanda, cook, h 5th 

Black Ferdinand, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Black Lessie, cook, h 5th 

Black Louis, tob rol'er, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Black Sallie, cook, h Chestnut nr 3rd 

Blackburn Charity, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Blackburn Gr, lab, h Bahnsontown 

Blackburn Wni, lab, h Reservoir 

Blair Charles, cook, h Chestnut 

Blank Fannie, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Blank Reuben, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Boger Jennie, cook, h 5th cor Cherry 

Bolden Catherine, dom, h Spruce nr 5th 

Bolden Joe, lab, h 4^ nr Spruce 

Bolen E, drayman, h Reservoir 

Bolen Henry, lab, h Depot 

Bolen Silvia, cook, h Depot 

Bowman Rena, tob worker, h Chestnut nr 4th 

Boyd James, lab, h rear Reservoir 

Boyd Jim, tob worker, h Liberty ex 

Boyden Mary, dom, h Broad 

Braham Joseph, butcher, h Reservoir 

Branham Sim, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Branneck Andy, engineer, h 8th east 

Branson Frank, lab, h east 8th 

Brann Mittie, h Sycamore 

Brim J H, meats, cor 4th and Church, h Reservoir 

Broadax Harriette, tob worker, h Company lot 

Broadenax Nelson, tob roller, h 3d east 

Brock Betsie, washer, h Depot 

Brock John, lab, h Depot 

Brock Milley, tob worker, h Depot 

Brookes Golden, tob roller, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Brooks Henry, lab, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Bruoks R N, tob roller, h 7th nr Depot 

Brown A, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Brown Ada, tob worker, h Company lot 

Brown Alec, h Ridge 

Brown Amanda, cook, h Liberty cor 6th 

Brown Bettie, tob worker, h Company lot 

Brown Bob, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Brown Cora, h 9th 

Brown Geo, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Brown Henderson, lab, h Liberty ex 

Br»i^ nrrk T) r^ rv^fr, jPr /^/-k ' Can supplv either farmers or mer" 
rOWn. iiOgerS & bo. chants Vfth any article to be 
found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



DTT T^T-rir** Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. JOL. 1\.1II^, AVater and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, 1S^ 

92~ WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 

Brown Henry, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Brown Jennie, h Old Town 

Brown Jim, tob roller, b Montague av 

Brown Jobn, lab, h Newton 

Brown Jobn, tob roller, h 5tli nr Cbestnut 

Brown Jobn T, tob roller, h Cburch nr 5th 

Brown Lizzie, wasber, b Sycamore 

Brown Lizzie, tob worker, h Montague av 

Brown Lou, b Old Town 

Brown ^Ianda cook, b Cbestnut 

Brown Mary, cook, b Elm 

Brown Mary, tob worker, b Sycamore 

Brown Mollie, tob worker, b Reservoir 

Brown Molly, tob worker, b Macktown rd ^ 

Brown Bob, tob worker, b Sycamore 

Brown Robt, tob worker, b Sycamore 

Brown Rufus, tob worker, r 3rd nr Main 

Brown Susan, wasber, b 9tb 

Brown Wm, tob worker, b Cbestnut 

Brown Wm, tob roller, b 5tb nr Cbestnut 

Butner Lee, tob worker, b Montague av 

Byerly Linda, wasber, b Old Town 

Bynum Jack, b 7tb east 

Callen Julia, tob worker, b Sycamore 

Campbell Denis, tob worker, b 8tb nr limits 

Campbell Polly, tob worker, b 8tb nr limits 

Capps Abe, tob worker, b Reservoir 

Capps Anna, tob worker, b 7tb 

Capps Lee, tob worker, b 7tb 

Capps Rufus, coacbman, b Cherry 

Cardwell Jobn, b Main ex 

Cardwell Parfenia, b 3d east 

Carson Lilly, cook, h Fries old plank rd 

Carson Thos, mason, h Fries old plank rd 

Carter Alice, b 9tb nr Depot 

Carter Annie, tob worker, h Depot 

Carter Carrie, tob worker, h Cbestnut 

Carter Dink, lab, b 6tb nr Depot 

Carter Jennie, tob worker, b Company lot 

Carter Lucy, tob worker, b Depot 

Carter Maggie, b Sycamore 

Carter Nash, lab, h Best's al 

Carter Peter, tob worker, b Depot nr 5tb 

Carter Sarah, wasber, b 7tb nr Cbestnut 

Carter Tom, tob worker, h Depot nr 5tb 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Best grades Syrup, Molasses, Sugars, Coffee?, 
Teas, Flour, Meal, Lard, Hams, Spices, Extracts, Crackers, also a full 
line of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices. 



STJI All on ■^:-^^^ ^'^^' ^i"g'-^ ^i'P«t Western ?()wd(M' Co., Her- 
. -CJ. XXliOil, oulese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fuirbank'sStand- 
iird Scales, Chani])ion Mowers, Reapers and Binder.s. 

WINSTON DIRECTORY.— ColoredT" 93 



Carter Willie, tol> worker, h 7th east 

CashC B, barker, 4th nr Liberty, h 7th nr Depot 

('ash George, barber, h Lil)erty 

Catns P^lla S, Avasher. h Best's al 

OatnsRev \V G, preacher, h Best's al 

Canhlwcll Alee, tob worker, h Best's al 

Oauldwell Eliza, washer, h Best's al 

Canldwell Sallie,tob worker, h Best's at 

Caiildwell Sam, lab, h Best's al 

Causby Wni, tob roller, h Montague av 

Christian Ella, washer, h Montague 

Christian G W, tob worker, h Montague 

Christian Xannie, washer, h Montague 

Clanton Bettie, dom, h Spring 

Clanton Gallie, washer, h Spring 

Clanton Fountain, tob worker, h Spring • 

Clanton John, tob worker, h Spring 

Clanton Mar}^ washer, h Spring 

Clapp Mar}', tob worker, h Depot 

Clapp Odie, lab, h Depot 

Clapp Susan, cook, h Depot 

Clapp Wm, lab, h Depot 

Clark (Carrie, tob worker, h Company lot 

Clark Fletcher, lab, h Ridge 

Clark John, tob worker, h Church nr 7th 

Clark Julia, tob workei', h Depot 

Clark Sophia, dom, h 7th nr Reservoir 

Clayborn Ella, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Claybrooks Wm, butler, h 5th cor Poplar 

Clayton Eli, mason, h Macktown rd 

Clemmens James, barber, h 3d nr Depot 

Clemmens Rufus, janitor, h Depot 

Cliner John, driver, h Main nr 1st 

Coats Dock, restaurant, 3d nr Main, h do 

Cobb Clay, tob worker, h 3d east 

Cobb Jim, tob roller, h Montague av 

Cobb Robert, tob worker, h 3d east 

Cobb Vina, h 3d east 

Cobbs Louis, lab, h Sycamore 

Cobbs Millie, h Sycamore 

Cole Bob, driver, h Montague av 

Cole Frances, washer, h Depot nr 5th 

Cole John, tob worker, h Depot nr 5th 

Coles Lee, lab, h Liberty ex 

Coleman Charles, tob roller, h Main ex 

Dy 'XT Ci ^Vkr\rY\r\ar\-rt Carries a complete line of Paints, 
1 . V . U. i nOmpSOn oils, Vamishes; Dye Stuffs, &c.. 4th 
Street, Winston, N. C. 



Tr\ XT T?"i -p r>» Solicits orcffTs froiii' arf poirvts on thf "VVilkpsboio 
±J XJ.. X^IIJ^ Extension, Roanoke Ac Southern and I^iocksville 
Railroads, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 

94 WINSTON I> J EECTORY.— Colored! ~~" 

Coieiiiiui Emnui, restaurant^ h Chestnut 
Coleman John, tob worker, h CJiestnut 
Coleman Kaleigh, hvh, h 8th east 
Commons Alex, snacks, 4th nr Cliurch, h Happy Hill 
Connell Eliza, washer, h Bahnsontown 
Connell Emma, tob worker, h Bahnsontowii 
Connell Wm, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 
Conrad Jonas, lab, h 3(1 east 
Conrad Wm, lab, h 3d east 
Cook Caroline, h rear Reservoir 
Cook John, lab, h cor 4th and Chnrch 

Cooper Geo, tob roller, h 7th east / 

Cooper Sal lie, dom, h Depot 
Copper Lizzie, dom, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Copper Sam, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Copper Willie, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Cornard Jennie, tob worker, h Montague 
Cornard Linda, cook, h Montague 
Covington Dave, tob worker, h Newton 
Covington Fannie, cook, h Cherry cor 5th 
Covington George, driver, h 6th 
Covington Mollie, tob worker, h 6th 
Covington S C, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Covington Willis, tob Avorker, h 7th east 
Cox Beverly, tob worker, h 3d nr Depot 
Coxie Jennie, h Below Pond 
Coxie Robt, tob worker, h Belo Pond 
Cozzens Tyler, lab, h Depot 
Crews Jack, tob worker, h 7th east 
Cropps Sandy, drayman, h 5th nr Liberty 
Crump Adam, tob worker, h Brown's row- 
Crump Alfred, janitor, h 7th 
Crutchfield John, lab, h Liberty cor 5th 
Cubben Sam, tob worker, h 7th east 
Cummings Thomas, lab, li Depot 
Cunningham Maggie, h 4th nr Hillside av 
Cunningham Richard, tob worker, h 4th nr Hillside av 
Cunning Jane, tob worker, h Church 
Cutherenn Anna, dom, h Spruce nr 5th 
Cuthrell Thomas, lab, h Depot 
Dabner Alec, tob worker, h 6tli 
Dabner Joseph, tob worker, h 6th 
Dabner Lucas, tob worker, h rear 7th 
Dabney Baylor, tob roller, h Church nr 5th 
Dabney Newcomb, tob worker, h 7th east 

S^T^nwn X^ 1-^i'r»MVTn Winston's popular Druggists, can supply any 
-L^iuvvi( tx iJiUvVl| want, and carefnlly compound prescriptions 
at all hours, day or night. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. s';:eh;wi,fslo: 

that keeps a coinijlete line oi" foot wear. 

t^Ynj^^^^^^ directory.— Colo^ei^ 95 



Dalton Anna, cook, h ReBervoii' 
Daltoii Jett', farmer, h 8th east 
Dalton Jerry, lal), h rear Reservoir 
Dalton John,tob worker, h 4i nr Po[)Iai" 
Dalton Mau:o:ie,tob rollor, h 7th east 
Diilton .\hiley, h 4| nr Pophir 
Dalton .Marv,lli 7th east 
'Dalton Nannie, h 4^ nr Poplar 
Dalton Priscilla, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Dalton Susan, h rear Reservoir 
Dalton Win, tob rollei-, h 7th east 
Danoey Win, lab, h 8th east 
Dan(lri(l<>:e Jim, lab, h 7th nr Church 
Dandridij^e Mary, h 7th east 
Daniel Caesar, tob worker, h 5th 
Daniel John, lab, h Main nr 7th 
Daniel Minnie, washer, h 8th east 
Davidson Minerva, washer, h Chestnut 
Davis (Miarles, lab, h 8th nr limits 
Davis Edmund, tob worker, h 8th east 
Davis Harvey, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Davis Joseph, lab, h 4| 
Davis Lulu, nurse, h 4th cor Broad 
Davis Mary, tob worker, h old plank rd 
Davis Walter, tob worker, h Ridge 
Dauson Tilda, h 9th east 
Day Jb'uller, tob worker, h 3rd east 
Day Mary, tob worker, h 3rd east 
Dick Mollie, washer, h Elm cor 2nd 
Dick Tilda, h Elm, cor 2nd 
Dicks Emaline, washer, h Bahnsontowii 
Dillard Xed, tob worker, h Oldtown 
Dillon Emma, washer, h Bahnsontowni 
Disbrow Adam, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Dixon C A, laundry, h 7th nr Depot 
Dixon John, lab, h 5th 
Donald Amanda, washer, h Ches.nut 
Donald Ilattie, w^asher, h Chestnut 
Donnell Randall, barber, h Chestnut 
Donald Wm, tob worker, h Company lot 
'Doub Robert, lab, r cor 4th and Oldtown 
Douthert Aleck, tob worker, h Chestnut 
Douthert Sallie, washer, h Chestnut 
Dower Ellen, tob worker, h Depot 
Dower Whitson, tob worker,, h Company lot 

8.4^ ,-^ ©^^^^^ \? ri ^ Stoves, Range?, Furnaces, Heaters, 
I'ONVr), qOgei"^ & to. .steam, Gas and Water Piping, an.l 
Sheet Iron. 



DXX T^l n O* ^^^^'^^ '" Kennebec River Ice, in lar/re or smalJ 
• •ti» -Cs^ii.J-^7 quantities. Orders delivered to any }iart of 
Winston or Salem. Uttice, Third and Dejiot Streets, Winston. 

% WINSTON DlEECTORY^^IICoLOREi^ ~ 

Dniin Ellen, tob worker, h Company lot 

Dnlin Geo, tob worker, h Depot 

Dull Ellen, cook, h Reservoir 

Dull Mandy, wa&lier, h 7th east 

Easily P W, Prindle & Easily, h Reservoir 

Eccle Pinnock, tob worker, h 7th east 

Edwards Spenee, lab, h Depot 

Edwill Sanders, lab, h E)ni cor 2nd 

Ellis "Wni, lab, h nr Liberty 

Farmer Ann, washer, h Chestnut 

Farmer Laura, tob worker, h Newton 

Farmer Wm, lab, h Chestnnt 

Farney Milton, tob worker, h Main nr 7th 

Faulkner Charles, porter, h Liberty nr Ist 

Fawcett Jnlia^ washer, h Bahnsontown 

Fawcett Tony, lab, h Bahnsontown 

Finch Pheobe, washer, h Scales row 

Flint Anderson, fish dealer, h Main ex 

Flippen John, lab, h Reservoir 

Foot Thos, waiter, h Cherry nr 2nd 

Ford Geo, barber, h Company lot 

Ford Jas, tob worker, h Company lot 

Foster Bob, tob worker, h Chestnut nr 4th 

Foster Henderson, tob worker, h 9rh 

Foster Henry, tob worker, h Old town 

Foster Jas, lab, h Best's al 

Foust Rankin, barber, Main nr 4th 

Foy Ester, washer, h 9th 

Foy Lizzie, cook, h 5th 

Foy P, waiter, h Liberty 

Foy P, lab, h 9th 

Franklin Alec, tob worke, h Brown's row 

Frazier Dave, tob worker, h Main ex 

Frazier Jas, tob roller, h Reservoir 

Frazier Tobe, tob worker, h Main ex 

Free Charles, plasterer, h Liberty 

Fries Julia, dom, h 7th east 

Fries Laura, dom, h Church nr 5th 

Fries Lena, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Fulton Levi, h Church nr 1st 

Gallimo Eliza, dom, h Company lot 

Gallimore John, lab, h Broad 

Galloway Bettie, tob worker, h Company lot 

Galloway Joe, tob worker, h Company lot 

Galloway Josh, tob worker, h Reservoir 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Three cardinal virtue? in their dealings 
with you : Good Quality, Lowest Prices and Perfect Sati.sfaclion. 
They don't handle shoddy goods. 



STJI All CkY\ Agent for King's Great Western Powder Co., Her- 
• J-J* X^iltJil, oulese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Champion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 

""WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 97 

Galloway Martha, tob worker, h Company lot 

Galloway Rnfus, tob worker, h Company lot 

Galloway R D, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Galloway Rufus, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Galloway Sarah, tob worker, h Conipany lot 

Gannaway Lettie, cook, Merchant's Hotel, r do 

Ganner Allen, lab, h Newton 

Garner Webb, lab, r 3d nr Main 

Garew Rowan, tob cutter, h Sycamore 

Garland S & Co, meats, Depot nr 5th 

Garland Sam, S Garland & Co, h Montague av, rear 

Gates Alec, barber. Liberty nr 4th, h Main cor 7th 

Gates H T, barber, h Main cor 7th 

Geary John, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

George Charles, tob worker, h Sycamore 

George Sam, tob roller, h Liberty ex 

Gibson Bessie, nurse, h 8th east 

Gibson Geo, porter, h Macktown rd 

Gibson Henry, plasterer, h rear Reservoir 

Gibson J L, tob worker, h 3d east 

Gibson Jas, tob roller, h 9th 

Gibson Jim, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Gibson Minnie, washer, h 8th nr Limits 

Gibson Tetia, dom, h 8th east 

Gibson Willie, tob worker, h 8th east 

Gillum Lina, h 3d east 

Gilmore Hunter, h 9th 

Glenn Addie, nurse, h Cherry nr 2d 

Glenn Carrie, cook, r 3d nr Main 

Glenn Minerva, dom, h 4th cor Pine 

Glenn Sylvia, washer, h Reservoir 

Going Lizzie, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Goins Calvin, tob worker, h Depot 

Coins George, lab, h Shallowford 

Goins Geo, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Goins Henry, lab, h Reservoir 

Goins Jency, tob worker, h Old town 

Goins Joe, tob worker, h Main ex 

Goins John, tob worker, h Shallowford rd 

Goins Joseph, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Goins Josie, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Goins Luther, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Goins Matt, tob roller, h 9th 

Goins Pink, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Goins Preston, tob worker, h Scales row 

T)r V O ThnmnQOn druggist, can supply you with any 
XJl, V. \J, XUUllipOUlJ J article to be found in a first-class 
Drug Store, Fourth Street Winston, N. C. 



DTT "K^IVlfy I^^'^^*^i" i" '*^^t grades of Steam, Smithing, 
• J-l» JI^IU.^ 7 Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads oi 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

98 WINSTON DIEECTORY.— Colored 



Goins Samuel, tob worker, h Keservoir 

Goins Walter, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Golden Eliza, h Montague av 

Golden Martha, washer, h Montague av 

Gorrell Ella, tob worker, h 3d east 

Gorrell Ilenr}-, lab, h Conipany lot 

Grant Jas T, tob worker, li Shallowford rd 

Graves Zaeh. tob roller, h Main ex 

Gray Abbie, doni, h Cherry eor 2nd 

Gray Jackson, tob roller, h 3d east 

Gray Jennie, tob worker, h 3d east 

Gray Joseph, lab, h Best's al 

Gray Lindsey, porter, h 4| nr Poplar 

Gray Powell, tob worker, h Best's al 

Green Ada, tob stemnier, h Church nr 5th 

Green Edward, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Green Emma, tob worker, h Church nr 5th 

Green John, clerk, 2nd cor Chestnut 

Green Laura, tob stemmer, h Church nr 5th 

Green Laura, h 4th nr Hillside av 

Green Lilly, h 3d east 

Green Mager, engineer, h Fries old plank rd 

Green Major, engineer, h 4th nr Summit 

Green Martha, washer, h Fries old plank rd 

Green Matthew, tob worker h Reservoir 

Green R II, tob worker, h 4th nr Hillside av 

Green Sadie, tob wokrer, h Church 

Griffin Jerry, lab, h Depot 

Griffin Lottie, tob worker, h 9th 

Grime Pauline, dom, h 3d cor Elm 

Grogan Jack, tol) worker, h Vine 

Grogan John, tob worker, h Depot nr 5tli 

Grogan Will, clerk, h Chestnut nr 3d 

Gunn Allison, lab, h Sycamore 

Gunn Geo, tob packer, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Gunn Mary, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Gunn Wm, tob roller, h Depot nr 5th 

Gwynne John, tob worker, h Main ex 

Ilairston Adam, lab, h Company lot 

Hairston C, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Hairston Causie, tob worker, h Montague av 

Hairston Dock, tob prizer, h Montague av 

Hairston Ellis, tob roller, h Montague av 

Hairston Emma, washer, h 7th 

Hairston Emma, tob worker, li Best's al 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS sell Star Brand Special Tobacco aianure, Anchor 
Brand Tobacco Fertilizer, and Star Brand Guano— three of the best brands fer- 
tilizers made. They also sell only the best qualities Red Clover, Sapling Clo- 
ver, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass and Herd Grass Seed. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. ['';?ruh,'r'in 



North Carolina. 



WINSTON DIIIECTOEY.— Colored. 09 



llairston Fraiikie, dom, h Reservoir 

llairston Ike, tob worker, h 7th east 

llairston blames, tob worker, h 7th 

Hairstou Jane, tob worker, h Company lot 

Hairston John W, tob worker, h Company lot 

Hairston Laura, tob worker, h Company lot 

llairston Loula, washer, h 7th east 

llairston Lulu, nurse, h 6th nr Main 

llairston Lulu, dom, h 6th nr Main 

llairston Martelia, dom, h Liberty ex 

llairston Mary, tob roller, h Sycamore 

Hairston Mary J, washer, h Reservoir 

llairston Melissa, tob worker, h Sycamore 

llairston Xick, tob worker, h Montague av 

Hairston Phillip, h Sycamore 

Hairston R L, tob worker, h 5th 

llairston Richard, grocer, h Reservoir, store do 

llairston Ruben, lab, h Depot 

llairston Ruth, washer, h 5th 

Hairston Sallie, tob worker, h 4th nr Depot 

Hairston Sallie, tob worker, h 5th 

Hairston Shed, lab, h Reservoir 

Hairston Sophie, tob worker, h 5th 

Hairston Stokes, tob worker, h Company lot 

Hairston Susie, tob worker, h Company lot 

Hairston T B, blacksmith, h Company lot 

Hairston Walter, tob w^orker, h Sycamore 

Hairston Wm, lab, h Comyany lot 

Hairston Wm, tob worker, h 5th 

Hairston, Wm, tob prizer, h 5th nr Church 

Hairston Wm, lab, h 5th 

Haley Geo, dom, h Liberty ex 

Hall Hanna, tob worker, h Company lot 

Hancock Sallie, dom, h 3d east 

Hargrave Sam, lab, h Montague av 

Hargrove A L, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Hargrove W M, h Sycamore 

Harnsbury Jack, tob worker, h Church nr 5th 

Harris Ilattie, washer, h Company lot 

Harris Jim, tob worker, r 3rd nr Main 

Harris Paul, tob worker, h 3d nr Depot 

Harris Thomas, lab, h Company lot 

Harris William, tob worker, r 3d nr Main 

Harston Wm, h Sycamore 

Haskins Bessie, tob worker, h Depot 

ff) , © ^ ^Y <» r( Builders' Hardware, Nails, Screws, 

?\rOWr), i\OgerB ^ to. Bolts, Locks, Knobs, Hinges, Rope, 
White Lead, Oil, Wadsworth's Pure Mixed Paint and Brushes. 



DTT T^iy^ j-|» Solicits orders from all points on the Wilkesboro 
. Xx. JaI I i gj Extension, Roanoke «fe Southern and Mooksville 
Railroads, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 

ioi) WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 

Haskins Eliza, tob worker, h Depot 

Haskins Lewis, lab, h Depot 

Haskins Sallie, tob worker, h Depot 

Haskins Wm, tob worker, h Depot 

Hatchet Sallie, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Hauser Nancy, washer, h Sycamere 

Hauser Willis, tob worker, h 3d east 

Hawkins John, lab, h Depot 

Hawkins Scott, waiter, h Chestnut nr 3d 

Hawkins Tap, shoemaker, h Chestnut 

Hayes Fannie, washer, h 7th east 

Hayes Laura, dom, h 7th east 

Hayes May, cook, h Sycamore 

Hayes MoUie, tob worker, h Scales row 

Hayes Moses, tob worker, h Scales row 

Hays Fletcher, tob worker, h 9th 

Hays John, tob worker, h 9th 

Haywood Richard, barber, h 3d 

Hazelupp John, tob roller, h Montague av 

Hazelupp Melissa, tob worker, h Montague av 

Hege Anderson, lab, h Montague av 

Hege Lina, washer, h 7th east 

Hege Louis, grocer, 7th east, h do 

Helton Ann, washer, h rear 7th 

Henderson John, tob roller, h Macktown av 

Hendricks John, driver, h Spruce 

Ilickerson Geo, driver h Depot 

Hickison Alice, dom, h Church nr 1st 

Hicks Samuel, barber, h Reservoir 

Higgins W A, waiter. Hotel Fountain 

Hill Abner, blacksmith, h Byerly 

Hill A W, tob roller, h 7th east 

Hill Elijah, lab, h 8th nr limits 

Hill John, tob worker, h cor Church and 4th 

Hill Mack, tob worker, h 5th 

Hill Manda, washer, h 8th nr limits 

Hill Polly, tob worker, h 5th 

Hill Rena. tob worker, h 9th east 

Hilton Ann, washer, h 7th east 

Hilton Dave, tob roller, h 7th east 

Hilton Makie, washer, h 7th east 

Hinton Mary, h 3d east 

Hogan Rosa, tob worker, h 3d east 

Holland Lizzie, h Chestnut nr 4th 

Holland Lizzie, washer, h Bahnsontown 



S^ ^ , Carry a complete stock of proprietary med 

1 OWr\ &. OrOWr) Iclne, Palnts, Oil and Varnishes which they 
retail almost at wholesale prices. Cor. Liberty and 4th Streets, Winston. 



^ T?' A lion Agent for Farmer Girl Cook Stove, Farmer Friend 
O. Hi- xVlJl^ll^ (xrain Drills, Farmer Friend Plows, Leader Corn 
Sheller. Cor. Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 101 

Holland Martha A, tob worker, h Long Branch 

Hohnes Jim, tob worker, h 8th east 

llolman Wra, lab, h 8th nr limits 

Holt Isaac, barber, h Main 

Holt Lou, dom,h Broad 

Hoosier Agnes, dom, h Poplar cor 4th 

Hoover Annie, dom, h Cherry cor 3d 

Hopworth Hillory, lab,h Newton 

Hoskins Sallie, tob worker, h rear Liberty 

Houston Farthenia, nurse, h Poplar 

How^ard Mary, tob worker, h Depot 

Howard Wilson, tob worker, h Depot 

Howe Alec, driver, h Company lot 

Howlett & Johnson, barbers, 4th nr Main 

Howlett R D, Howlett & Johnson, h Main nr 7th 

Hubbard Jane, washer, h Sycamore 

Hubbard John, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Hughes John, tob worker, h Main ex 

Hughes Tyler, tob worker, h Depot 

Hunt Andrew, wks depot, h Hill nr 5th 

Hunt Frances, dom, h Depot 

Hunt Frances, restaurant, h Liberty cor Ist 

Hunt H, gardner, h Reservoir 

Hunt Henry, tob worker, h Depot 

Hunt Henry, tob worker, h 4th cor Depot 

Hunt Henry, tob worker, h Liberty cor Ist 

Hunter Sabina, dom, h Cherry cor 4th 

Hutchison Mollie, dom, h 2nd cor Main 

Ingram Chess, hackman, r 3d nr Main 

Jackson Beauregard, tob roller, h Montague av 

Jackson Ester, tob worker, h 8th nr limits 

Jackson John, tob worker, h 8th nr limits 

Jackson Martha, dom, h Reservoir cor 7th 

Jackson Wm, tob roller, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Jackson Wm, tob roller, h 9th 

Jeft'ers Horace, tob worker, h Depot 

Jefters Jesse, tob worker, h rear Liberty 

Jetfers Mary, nurse, h rear Liberty 

Johnson Bill, tob worker, h Company lot 

Johnson Carrie, dom, h Liberty nr 5th 

Johnson Ella, washer, h Main 

Johnson Frank, tob worker, h Main 

Johnson F R, Howlett & Johnson, h Beat's al 

Johnson Green, tob worker, h Main 

Johnson Henry, tob worker, h 7th east 

T)r \T f) ThmnnQnn Druggist, carefully compounds pre- 
±yi. \, vy. J-liUlll|JOUUj scriptions atall hours, dayornight. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTT T^-i-nrV ^ottlei- of Mineral Watfn-s, SaysapanHa, Soda 
. XX. XS.lIi^, Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third antl 
Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 

102 WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 

Johnson Jennie, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Johnson John, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Johnson Joseph, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Johnson Ras, tob worker, h 3cl east 

Johnson Sam, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Johnson Simon, tob caser, h Scales row 

Johnson Stephen, tob worker, h Company lot 

Johnson Wiley, tob roller, h 3d east 

Jones Celia, washer, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Jones Cliarles, tob prizer, h Sycamore 

Jones Charlotte, tob roller, h Sycamore 

Jones Crawford, tob roller, h Sj'camore 

Jones Laura, washer, h Depot 

Jones Pride, tob worker, h 8th east 

Jones -Robt, tob worker, h Depot 

Jones Wm,tob worker, h Depot 

Joyce Pinkey, h Montague av 

Joyce Tom, tob caser, h Montague av 

Kane Fanny, dom,h 4th nr Spruce 

Keene Oliver, tob roller, h 3d east 

Kellum Andy, tob worker, h Elm nr 2ncl 

Kellum Harriet, h Brown's row 

Kellum Lizzie, washer, h Brown's row 

Kellum "Will, tob picker, h BroAvn's row 

Kelly Alice, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Kelly Ann, tob worker, h Long Branch 

Kelly Eleas, blacksmith, h Sycamore 

Kelly John H, tob roller, h Sycamore 

Kelly Wm, tob worker, h 3d east 

Kemball Wm, tob worker, h Company lot 

Kent Ellen, tob worker, h 7th 

Kent Henry, lab, h 7th east 

Kent Henry, farmer, h 7th 

Kent Lulu, dom, h Liberty 

King Frank, tob worker, h Spruce cor 5th 

King Henrietta, dom, h Spruce cor 5th 

King Jennie dom, h Spruce cor 5th 

King Phyllis, dom, h Reservoir nr 7th 

Knishow Jim, waiter, Hotel Fountain 

Kirkpatrick Reynold, lab, h Shallowford 

Knoll Wile}^ tob worker, h 3d east 

Knowlton Charles, tob worker, h 7th east 

Koontz David, lab, h Spruce cor 5th 

Lambert Kate, dom, h Liberty nr 6th 

Lash Frank, grocer, h Chestnut 

TT^^^Ln^ litf^Ar.n^i,, Buv Groceries, Grain, Flour, .Ship Stuff, Nalls, Molasscs, 
HlH^nf^W A/ V finfi^n'J and Heavy Goods by the car load, and their Dry Goods, 
liillUllU u UL iiiUUUUllU Notions and other goods in original paclc ages of first 
hands at the lowest cash prices and offer unequalled inducements to Cash Buyei-s. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. |^rS;:S^n?m. 

inings a iSpeeialtv. 



WINSTON DIEEOTOEY.— Colored. 103 



Lash Jane, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Lash Jerry, stableman, r Church 

Lash John, hib, h 8th east 

jjiish Jordan, tob worker, h 7th east 

Lash Lizzie, washer, h Church 

Lash Aland}-, washer, h 8th east 

Lash Phcobe, tob worker, h Church 

Lash Kufus, lab, h Reservoir 

Langston Charles, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Lawson Maggie, washer, h Sycamore 

Lawson Mattie, tob worker, h Long Branch 

Lawson R II, Jr, tob worker, h Shallowford rd 

Lawson R II, tob worker, h Shallowford rd 

Lawson Rosetta, dom, h Shallowford rd 

Lazore Jim, waiter, h Main cor Ist 

Lazore Lj^dia, h Main cor let 

Leach Annie, washer, h 8th east 

Leach John, office boy, h 5th 

Leach John, lab, h Scales row 

Leach Maria, dom, h Reservoir al 

Lee Fann\-, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Lee Thomas, tob worker, h 7th east 

Lee Tom, lab, h rear 7th 

Leith Mack, carjjenter, h 9th 

Lemmons Lizzie, tob worker, h Depot 

Lemmons Wm, railroader, h Depot 

Lenville Alec, cooper, h 7th nr e Jimits 

Lewellyn Albert, dom, h Liberty nr 5th 

Lewis Caroline, dom, h 5th nr Church 

Lewis Geo, lab, h Reservoir 

Lewis Hannah, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Lewis John, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Lewis John II, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Lewis Jolin 0, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Lewis Linda, dom, h Church 

Lewis Tobe, tob worker, h Depot 

Lewis Wiley, tob worker, h 5th nr Church 

Lewis Wilson, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Lewis W M, shoemaker. Chestnut nr 4th, h 7th east 

Lindsay Ellen, tob worker, h nr Liberty 

Lindsay George, stableman, r Church 

Lindsay LiUie, h 4| nr Poplar 

Lindsay Tom, lab, h 4J nr Poplar 

Loggin Geo, tob worker, h Best's al 

Long Jennie, washer, h 5th nr Church 

'^^t</-«x»^ 'tinAa-^c< Ht r<^ Agents for genuine Smith and Dexter Cutters, Geiser 
'JJrown, 'i\0ger^ S L-O. XhresJiers, Champion Grain Drills, Harrison's Corn 
Mills, Peerless Road Engines, Perry & Co.'s Stoves, Tyson & Jones' and Emei-son <1- 
Fisher's and Spiral Spring Buggies. 



DTX 'T^^'i'n rr 1^6'*^^^^ i" Kennebec River Ice, in lar^e or small 
. XI. J^.IXJ.^7 quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Winston or Salem. Office, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

ioT WINSTON DIRECTOKY.— Colored. 



Long Minnie, h Sycamore 

Long S J), driver, h 4J nr Spring 

McAdoo Emma, Bchoolteacher, h Main nr 7th 

McAdoo M A, waiter, Hotel Fountain 

McAdoo Sallie, dom, h Cherry nr 2nd 

McCorklen Wm, lab, h Shallowford 

McDaniel Wra, lab, h 8th east 

McKane Dave, restaurant, h Montague av 

McNealy John, waiter, h Cherry cor 5th 

Mabin Tom, tob worker, h 8th east 

Mack Alf, lab, h Macktown av 

Mack Clemmie, washer, h Best's al 

Mack Doc, tob worker, h Best's al 

Mack John, tob worker, h 7th 

Mack Mary, washer, h Best's al 

Mack Nate, h Macktown av 

Mahoe Daniel, tob worker, h rear Chestnut 

Mallet Eva, nurse, h Cherry nr 2nd 

Malone Celia, tob roller, h Vine 

Malone Geo, tob worker, h Best's al 

Malone Mary, h Vine 

March Eliza, h 6th nr Depot 

March Jim, lab, h 6th nr Depot 

March Maria, h Vine 

March Wm, porter, h Vine 

Martin Calvin, tob worker, h Best's al 

Martin Caroline, dom, h Montague 

Martin Denis, tob worker, h Main ex 

Martin Ella, tob worker, h Company lot 

Martin Geo, lab, h Montague 

Martin Hardyn, tob worker, h 3d east 

Martin Henry, lab, h 7th ab Pine 

Martin J T, tob roller, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Martin Jennie, dom, h Best's al 

Martin Jerry, tob worker, h 7th ab Pine 

Martin Jim, tob roller, h ^ nr Poplar 

Martin Julia, h Chestnut nr 2nd 

Martin Kate, h 7th east 

Martin Lucy, h Hill nr 5th 

Martin Peter, tob roller, h 8th east 

Martin Thos, driver, h 8th nr limits 

Martin "Wheeler, h Montague 

Mason Floyd, tob worker, h 8th east 

Massey Bettie, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Massey Malissa, washer, h Bahnsontown 



(~^ ^ (Ti By the use of our Dental Fluid, your teeth will be 

cKt^nAAT-n AT rit^nwr-n kept perfectly sound and white, your breath pure 
IJIOWH OL -L»1UVV1( and fmgrant, and the gums prevented from bleoding. 

Corner 4th and Liberty Streets. 



STTI All on Agf'iit f<^'" King's Great Western Powder Co., Her- 
. .CJ. X!l.ilOll, (!ulese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Chanii)ion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 

~~ WINSTON DIKECTORY.— Colored. ToS 



Masten Frank, lab, h Chestnut 

Masten Harriette, washer, h Chestnut 

Masten Mary, washer, h Chestnut 

Mathes AVesley, hib, h Macktown av 

Matlock Chas, tob worker, h Depot 

Matthews Addie, tob roller, h 9th east 

Matthews Hampton, lab, h Liberty ex 

Matthews Harriet, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Matthews Lizzie, h Church nr 5th 

.\Latthew8 Mattie, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Matthews Pleas, plasterer, h Sycamore 

Matthews Sallie, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Mann Caroline, dom, h 5th cor Poplar 

Mayberrie C, hostler, h 5th 

Maynes Nannie, washer, h Newton 

Mayo Annie, washer, h Reservoir 

Mayo Daniel, tob roller, h Scales row 

Mayo Eliza, dom, h Liberty nr 5th 

Mayo E P, tob worker, h Depot 

Mayo Judson, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Mayo Sallie, tob worker, h 5th 

Mendinhall Liddy, tob worker, h 7th 

Meninlaw Wm, plasterer, h Sycamore 

Mike Frank, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Mike Giles, lab, h Reservoir 

Miller Chas, tob roller, h Chestnut nr 3d 

Miller Ella, dom, h 3d east 

Miller Henry, tob roller, h Sycamore 

Miller Joe, tob worker, h Main ex 

Miller Lulu, tob worker, h 6th 

Miller Mary, dom, h Main cor 2nd 

Miller Mary, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Miller Mary, tob worker, h Scales row 

Miller Sam, driver, h 6th 

Miller Sarah, dom, h 2nd nr Chestnut 

Miller Tishie, tob worker, h Montague 

Miller Tishie, dom, h Cherry nr 1st 

Mitchell Cathy, tob worker, h 3d east 

Mitchell Eliza, washer, h Newton 

Mitchell Hattio,tob worker, h Company lot 

Mitchell Jack, lab, h 3d east 

Mitchell Jesse, tob worker, h 9th 

Mitchell Joe, tob roller, h 3d east 

Mitchell John, lab, h Company lot 

Mitchell Mary, h 3d east 

Or V O TlinmnQnn '^^® popular Winston Druggist, 
j-^i . T . \y, ± LiyjLLiyoKJii^ carries a complete and select stock 
of every description of proprietary medicine. 



DTT T^iT-irj* Dealer in best grades of Steam, Smithinjr. 
. XI. J^ilJ.^^ Foiuulrv, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

106 WINSTON DIEECTOEY.— Colored^ 



Mitchell Nancy, washer, h Main ex 

Mitchell Nannie, dom, h Depot 

^litchell Sam, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Mitchell Tony, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Mitchell AVesley, shoemaker, Liberty nr 5th, h Cherry row 

Mooney I, lab, h Reservoir 

Moore "^Abe, lab, h 3d east 

Moore James, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Moore Lee, tob worker, h Old Town 

Moore Nat, lab, h Reservoir 

Moore Sam, tob worker, h Liberty ex 

Moore Wiley, tob roller, h 3d east 

Morehead Amelia, dom, h Scales row 

Morehead Carter, driver, h Chestnut 

Morehead Flora, washer, h Liberty nr 5th 

Moaehead Thomas, cook, h Chestnut 

Morgan John, tol) worker, h Best's al 

Morgan John, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Morgan John, tob worker, h 7th 

Morgan Lilley, tob worker, h 7th 

Morgan Nora, tob worker, h Best's al 

]Morgan S C, tob worker, h Best's al 

Morgan Wesley, tob worker, h rear Chestnut 

Morris Beckey, h 3d east 

Morris Frances, tob worker, h Company lot 

Morris Jack, tob worker, h 3d east 

Morris John H, shoemaker, h Company lot 

Morris Mandy, dom, h Main nr 7th 

Morris Mary J, washer, h Company lot 

Morris Nat, shoemaker, h Compuny lot 

Morris Parthenia, washer, h Depot 

Morris Wm, shoemaker, h Company lot 

Morris Wm, tob roller, h 3d east 

Morse Amanda, dom, h Liberty 

Morse Laura, washer, h Depot 

Neal Alee, tob worker, h 3d east of Depot 

Neal Alt', hackman, r Church nr 3d 

Neal Henry, tob roller, h Montague av 

Neal AV II, tob worker, h Best's al 

Nealy Alice, dom, h Depot nr 6th 

Nelson Wm, lab,h Reservoir 

Newsorae Rev A H, pastor M E Church, h 7th nr Chestnut 

Newton Isaac, tob worker, h 5th 

Nichols Wm, porter, h Vine 

Noble Charles, tob worker, h rear 7th 



J Immense stock of Ladies Dress Goods, Notions, Trim- 



TT" L»^ Ttir»;)»»«i») Immense stoclJ of Ladies Uress «ooas, i>ouonh, iruu- 
Hin'JnSW A/ mPHP^rix miags. Laces. Hosiery, White Goods Bleached and 
fllUoUfln Ot lUOUuillll) Brown Domestics, Ginghams, Lawns, Prints, Cahcoes, 

etc. Splendid assortment of Carpet and Straw Mattings at prices that defy competition. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. "yoHI'^e 

Clotliing. 

WINSTON DIKECTOllY.— Colored. ^ 107 



Noell Wade, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Oiikee Eineline, tob worker, li Chestnut 

Oakes Eninux, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Cakes Ilenrj, tob worker, h Best's al 

Oakes Lee, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Oates Judie, h Newton 

Owens Geo, tob worker, h Ridge 

Owens Lina, doin, h Chestnut 

Pace Alec, restaurrnt, h Ohl Town 

Pace Delia, doni. h rear Reservoir 

Paine Henrietta, washer, h Depot 

Paisley Maggie, dom, h Poplar 

Palmer Annie, washer, h rear Chestnut 

Palmer Edward, lab, h rear Chestnut 

Palmer Edward H, huckster, h Scales row 

Palmer Julia, tob worker, h Depot 

Panel Carter, tobcaser, h Montague av 

Parker Nancj', cook, h Broad nr 4th 

Patterson Harrison, driver, h Elm nr 1st 

Patterson Jim, tob worker, h Montague av 

Patterson Lizzie, h Elm nr 1st 

Patterson AVm,tob stemmer, h Elm nr Ist 

Payne David, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Payne Hunter, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Payne Jas, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Payne Maggie, dom, h Brown's row 

Payne Shephard S, barber, h 4th nr Main 

Payne Toney. tob worker, h Depot 

Payne Will, tob worker, h Old Town 

Payne Winston, driver, h Chestnut nr 2nd 

Penn Bell, washer, h Depot 

Penn Catherine, tob worker, h Depot 

Penn Clark, tob worker, h r Reservoir 

Penn Edward, tob worker, h 9th 

Penn Emily, cook Fountain Hotel, h Liberty nr 1st 

Penn Peter, tob worker, h r Reservoir 

Penn Sarah, tob worker, h 9th 

Penn Sophie, tob roller, h 9th 

Penry Albert, grocer, 7th nr Limits, h do 

Peoples Lena, nurse, h 4| nr Spring 

Peoples Robert, driver, h 9th 

Perkins Nelly, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Perry Peter, tob worker, h 3d nr Depot 

Petree Gideon, tob worker, h Macktowu av 

Petty Harriette, washer, h Liberty 

f^t^HAATn ^ncif^i^d ^ C^r, Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Heaters, 
UrOWI), 'qOger^ CC L-O. Steam, Gas and Water Piping, and 
Sheet Iron. 



DTT T^"iy^fv ^^olicits orders from all points on the Wilkesboro 
. XI. J^lXl^ Extension, Roanoke <fe Southern and Mocksville 
Railroads, for Ice, Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 

108 WINSTON DIEECTORY.— Colored. 

Peyton John, porter, h Main ex 

Peyton Sallie, washer, h Main ex 

Phelps Sanely, distiller, h Vine 

Phelps Stephen, hostler, h 4^ nr Spring 

Poindexter Eliza, h Macktown av 

Poind exter Mary, h Macktown av 

Poindexter Reese, lab, h Macktown av 

Poindexter Sam, tob worker, h rear 7th 

Poindexter Sam, tob worker, h 7th east 

Pratt John, lab, h 3d 

Pi'aither Maggie, washer, h Sycamore 

Preston Jim, tob worker, h Montague av 

Price A, dom, h 3d nr Main 

Price Bella, tob worker, h Chestnut 

1^'ice Eliza, washer, h Reservoir 

Pi'ice Jas, tob Avorker, h Best's al 

Price John, lab, h Company lot 

Price John, works depot, h Sycamore 

Price Monroe, tob roller, h 9t]i 

Price W H, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Prindle & Easily, grocer, h Reservoir 

Prindle Sam, (Prindle & Easily) h Main ex 

Pritchett Floyd, tob roller, h Brown's row 

Quarles Annie, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Quarles Granville, lab, h Company lot 

Rady Mary, h 7th 

Rain])ow Frederick, waiter, h Liberty cor 6th 

Raney Annie, tob capper, h Sycamore 

Raney Cindy, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Raney Mary, tob picker, h Sycamore 

Raney Synthia, tob worker, h 5th 

Raney Will, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Raney Wm, lab, h 5th 

Ray Frank, tob worker, h 5th 

Ray Jennie, tob worker, h 3d east 

Read Jas, lab, h Company lot 

Read Mary, dom, h 4th cor Broad 

Read Rosa, tob worker, h Depot 

Redd Sandy, Barber, h 7th east 

Reynolds Ben, tob worker, h Old Town 

Reynolds Bettie, nurse, h 5th 

Reynolds Jim, box maker, h 3d east 

Rice Sallie, washer, h Chestnut 

Richardson Fred, lab, h Company lot 

Richardson J H, tob worker, h Liberty 



e-tf 1^ c Winston's popular Druggists, can supply any 

10WI\ Gl. 'DlOWIl want, and carefully compound prescriptions 
at all hours, day or night. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



STjl A 11 oil Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hardware, Crockery, 
• -t-^ -^* llvll^ Glassware, House Furnishing Oooils, Stoves, &c., cor- 
ner Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

"^ WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 109 

Richardson Jas, tob worker, h Best's al 

Eioliardson Joe, tob worker, h Main nr 7th 

Richardson Sessie, tob worker, h Liberty 

Richardson T M, tob roller, h Old Plank rd 

Rives Jordan, tob roller, h Ridge 

Robinson B F, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Robinson Effie, tob worker, h Best's a[ 

Robinson Geo, tob roller, h 3d east 

Robinson J 11, tob worker, h Liberty 

Robinson John, tob roller, h Main nr 7th 

Robinson John, tob roller, h Montague av 

Robinson Martha, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Robinson Samuel, snack house, 4th nr Main, h Hill nr 5th 

Rol)inson Tom, tob worker, h Best's al 

Roland John, tob worker, h 9th 

Royal Coleman, lab, h Bahnsontown 

Rucker Charles, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Russ Charles, tob worker, h Best's al 

Russ Dillie, washer, h Best's al 

Russell Agnes, tob worker, h 8th nr limits 

Russell Wm, tob worker, h 8th nr limits 

Russell Wm, tob roller, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Satterfield Charle s, tob worker, h Main ex 

Scales Abe, tob worker, h 7th 

Scales Alec, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Scales Cinda, h Chestnut nr 3d 

Scales Bryce, lab, h Liberty ex 

Scales Cora, washer, h 7th 

Scales Denny, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Scales Dudley, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Scales Ellen, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Scales Fillmore, tob worker, h Old Town 

Scales Green, restaurant. Chestnut nr 3d, h do 

Scales Hannah, dom, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Scales Hattie, h Old Town 

Scales Lace, lab, h 7th east 

Scales Maria, dom,h Church 

Scales Mary, washer, h 5th nr Chestnut 

Scales Mary, dom, h 3d cor Elm 

Scales Mary, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Scales Matilda, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Scales Mattie, nurse, h Liberty nr 5th 

Scales Neil, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Scales Nelson, tob worker, h Main ex 

Scales Pleas, cooper, h Bahnsontown 

Tlr V O Thr^mr^orkn Farmers passing through Winston 
±Ji ■ V . Vy, ± IIUIU JJ&Ull. ^vin find it to their interest to leave 
their orders with me. Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT T7'-I-y-ir*» Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sai-saj»aiiIIa, Soda 
. XI. J>k.lII^, AVater and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 



110 WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Scales Riiffin, tob worker, h Depot 
Scales Scott, tob worker, h Liberty ex 
Scales Susan, washer, h Sycamore 
Scales \Vm, tob worker, h Liberty ex 
Scales Wm, tob worker, h Company lot 
Scott Chas, tob worker, h 5th nr Broad 
Scott Frances, washer, h 5th 
Scott Mary L, washer, h 6th 
Searcy Edw, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Searcy Emma, tob roller, h 3d east 
Searcy Herbert, lather, h 8th east 
Searcy Matilda, washer, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Searcy Walter, tob worker, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Sharp Alfred, lab, h 3d east 
Sharp Chalmus, tob roller, h 3d east 
Sharp Charles, driver, h Chestnut nr 2nd 
Sharp Jake, tob worker, h 3d east 
Sharp Mandie, tob roller, h 5th nr Chestnut 
Sharp Sherman, tob worker, h 3d east 
Sharp Whitner, tob roller, h 3d east 
Shaw Mary, tob worker, h 8th nr Umits 
Sheffield Fannie, tob roller, h 3d east 
Shober Dave, tob worker, h 3d nr Main 
Shoecraft John, porter. Hotel Fountain 
Shoust Addie, washer, h Depot 
Shoust Florence, tob worker, h Montague av 
Shoust Rufus, lab, h Depot 
Simmons Virgie, porter, h Elm 
Simpson Emma, tob worker, h Company lot 
Simpson Isaac, tob worker, h Companylot 
Simpson Henry, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Simpson Polly, dom, h Company lot 
Simpson Wm, tob worker, h Shallowford 
Simpson Yance, tob roller, h Macktown rd 
Sing H T, tob worker, h 4th 
Sing Johanna, dom, h 4th 
Sizer Charles, driver^ h Bahnsontown 
Skanes Polly, dom, h Chestnut 
. Skanes Henry, tob worker, h Chestnut 
Skeens Cicero, tob roller, h 8th east 
Skeens Silvia, tob worker, h Montague row 
Slaughter Tom, restaurant, h Church nr 5th 

Smith , tob roller, h 8th east 

Smith Alice, tob worker, h Company lot 
Smith C, lab, h Company lot 



HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Ladles', Misses' and Children s Shoes a specialty- 
All grades ft-om the finest to coarse heavy, including a full assortment of r. 
Cox; Zieglar and Bay State Shoes, which are the best and most popular on the 
market. It will pay you to examine their stock before making your purchases. 



Rosenbacher & Brother, t^^ ^A'LX 

the tliousand. 

WINSTON DIRECTORY.— Colored. Ill 



Smith Dave, tob roller, h 3d east 
Smith Edward, tob worker, h Company lot 
Smith Emeline, dom, h 4^ nr Poplar 
Smith Grant, tob worker, h Company lot 
Smith Henry, tob worker, h Hill nr 5th 
Smith Henry, tob roller, h Montague av 
Smith John, lab, h Compaii}^ lot 
Smith John, lab, h 4| nr Spring 
Smith Julia, washer, h Company lot 
Smith Lee, barber, h Main ex 
Smith Lee, tob roller, h Reserv'oir 
Smith Lucy, tob worker, h Depot 
Smith Mary, dom, h Cherry nr 2nd 
Smith Parthenia, dom, h 2d nr Chestnut 
Smith Patsey, washer, h Company lot 
Snead Geo, tob roller, h rear Reservoir 
Snow Alice, washer, h Reservoir 
Snow Amanda, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Snow Sam. tob worker, h Reservoir 
Snow Sue, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Snow Thomas, tob worker, h Reservoir 
Spach Cathy, tob worker, h Sycamore 
Spach Kerner, h Sycamore 
Sparger Sarah, dom, h 2nd cor Church 
Sparrell Minnie, tob worker, h Main ex 
Speed Malinda, h Liberty cor Ist 
Spencer Alice, tob worker, h Liberty ex 
v'^pencer Vina, h 3d east 
Spoch Lilly, washer, h Fries old plank rd 
Sprinkle J C, lab, h Company lot 
Sprinkle Jane, washer, h Company lot 
Staples Charlotte, washer, h Bahnsontown 
Staples Flora, dom, h 8th east 
Staples Geo, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 
Staples Geo, tob worker, h 8th east 
Staples Mattie, h 8th east 
Staples Nannie, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 
Steele Anderson, plasterer, h Ridge 
Stell Jas, tob worker, h nr Liberty 
Steward Mary, tob roller, h Depot nr 5th 
Steward Tom, tob roller, h Depot nr 5th 
Stewart Mary, dom, h Liberty nr 3d 
Stockton Calvin, bar clerk, h 3d east 
Stockton Gertie, dom, h Cherry nr 1st 
Stockton Nicey, tob worker, h 3d east 

T^rnxrrn Rrko-OVQ ^^r Pn Can supply either farmers or mei- 
i3rO\Vn. IVOgei S 0L> \jO. ei,ants with any article to be 
fonud in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



DTT TT*-! y^ ey Dealer in Kennebec River Ice, in large or small 
• XJL. X^J.li^^ quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Winston or Salem. Otiice, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

112 WINSTOnIdIEECTORY.— CoLOREiK 



Stokes Barbara, washer, h Bahnsontown 

Stokes Mary, tob worker, h Brown's row 

Stone Alec, tob worker, h 3d east 

Stone Emily, h 3d east 

Stone John, tob worker, h 3d east 

Strange Joseph, barber, Chestnut nr 4th h do 

Strong Raleigh, h 9th e of depot 

Stn^ton Martha, h Old Plank rd 

Stultz Mary, dom, h Spruce cor 4th 

Sullivan Frances, washer, h Depot 

Sullivan Jetf, tob worker, h Main ex 

Sullivan Thomas, lab, h Depot 

Sutherland William, snack house, 4th nr Main, h Chestnut 

Sutherlin Jetf, lab, h Reservoir 

Sutherlin Tom, tob worker, h Montague av 

Swaim Turner, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Swepson & Banks, groceries, 4th bet Main and Church 

Swepson Ella, tob worker, h rear Chestnut 

Swepson Jerry, tob roller, h Scales row 

Swepson Jerry S, Swepson & Banks, h Depot 

Tatum Henry, porter, Fountain Hotel 

Taylor Annie, h Reservoir 

Taylor Curtis, tob worker, h Church 

Taylor Geo, drayman, h Vine 

Taylor Oscar, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Taylor Wm, plasterer, h Vine 

Teague Candin, dom, h 7th cor Liberty 

Teer Samuel, driver, h Liberty ex 

Terry David, tob worker, h 8th east 

Thomas Aleck, lab, h Chestnut 

Thomas Ellen, washer, h Depot 

Thomas Lewis, drayman, h Reservoir 

Thomas Lindsay, tob worker, h Long Branch 

Thomas Maggie, washer, h Long Branch 

Thomas Silvia, dom, h Chestnut 

Thompson Alice, dom, h Cherry cor 2nd 

Thompson N, washer, h Reservoir 

Thornburg Cornelia, dom, h Cherry nr 3d 

Timblett Celia, tob worker, h 3d east 

Tinsey, Doc, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Tiser Joe, porter, h Bahnsontown 

Tolliver Sam, grocer. Church h do 

Toomer Henry, tob worker, h Depot 

Tooms Aleck, lab, h Company lot 

Trance Manda, tob worker, h Company lot 



8, ^ ©^ Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

rOWI\ CC DrOWt} Wlnston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



ST? A 1 ] r^n Agent for Farmer Girl Cook Stove, Farmer Favorite, 
• ■^' ■tvllyyllj Grain Drills, Farmer Friend Plows, Leader Corn 
Sheller. Cor. Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

WINSTON DIEECTORY.— Colored. m 

Trattom Jim, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Troy Mary, washer, h 7tli east 

Tucker Aaron, tob worker, h 9th 

Turner Ben, tob worker, h Montague av 

Turrentine John, tob worker, h Depot 

Tuttle AValter, tob roller, h Macktown av 

Tyson Joseph, lab, h Sycamore 

(Jnthank T C, Unthank & Walker, h Depot 

Unthank & Walker, grocers, cor 4th and Church 

Vanhall Allen, tob worker, h Depot 

Vanstory Guss, driver, h Main nr Ist 

VanstoryLuhi, cook, h Main nr 1st 

Vernon Adaline, h Belo Pond 

Vernon John, tob roller, h 4J nr Poplar 

Vernon Lizzie, tob worker, h 4|^ nr Poplar 

Vernon Lottie, tob worker, h Montague av 

Vernon Mar}-, dom, h Cherry 

Vernon Robert, tob worker, h 4| nr Poplar 

Vernon Sallie, tob roller, h Montague av 

Vincent Ben, tob worker, h Main ex 

Wade John, tob roller, h Sycamore 

Wagner Geo, restaurant, 3d nr Main, r do 

Walker Eliza, h Old Town 

Walker Geo, tob worker, h Old Town 

Walker Lee, tob worker, h Cherry cor 4th 

Walker 1 1, Unthank & Walker, h Depot 

Walker Mary, h Old Town 

Walker Mishey, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Walker Sallie, h Old Town 

Walker Tom, tob worker, r 4th cor Church 

Wall Jerry, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Waller Len, tob worker, h Hill nr 5th 

Wall Peter, tob worker, h Hill nr 5th 

Wall Sallie, washer, h 3d east 

Wall Susan, dom, h 7th nr Reservoir 

Wall Wallace, tob worker, h Hill nr 5th 

AVall Wm, fireman, h Reservoir 

Wallace Ida, tob worker, h Chestnut nr 3d 

WaPs Cora, dom, h Elm 

Walls Jake, barber, Liberty nr 5th, h Belo Pond 

Walls Jas, tob worker, h Bahnsontown 

Walls John, barber, h Reservoir 

Walls Matilda, tob worker, h Reservoir 

Walls P, driver, h Elm 

Walls Vic, tob roller, h Sycamore 

T)v V O TVinm-nQnn I>ruggist. can supply you with any 
Ul. V . yj, lllUlUpbUllj article to be found in a first-class 
Drug Store, Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTT T7"iy-jr(» Dpiil^i" in ^^■'^^ grades of Stfam, Smitlii'ig, 
. Xl. J^lll^ 5 Foundry, Grate und Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, AVinston. 

114 WINSTON DIEECTOEY.— Colored. 



Ward Andrew, tob roller, h Montague av 

Ward Cissy, h Montague av 

Watkins Lee, porter, h Main cor 2nd 

Watkins Lizzie, waslier, h Main ex 

Watkins Wilson, tob roller, h Church nr 5th 

Watkins Win, lab, h Main ex 

Watt Kaziah, restaurant, Chestnut nr 3d, h Depot 

Watkins John, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Weathers Laura, tob worker, h Sycamore 

AVeathers Mingo, tob worker, h Company lot 

Webb Laura, seamstress, h 7th 

AVebster Clas, tob worker, h Depot 

Webster Charles, tob worker, h Brown's row 

Webster Ida, dom, h 4^ nr Poplar 

AVebster Tolly, tob worker, h 4J nr Poplar 

AVebster Thomas, tob roller, h 9th east 

Welch Angle, dom, h Elm cor 1st 

AVelch J H, restaurant. Main nr 3d, h Salem 

AA''elsh Jas, tob worker, h Company lot 

AA^elsh John H, tob worker, h Company lot 

AA^elsh John AV^, tob worker, h Reservoir 

AVheeler Alary, dom, h Depot 

Wheeler Xelson, tob roller, h 8th east 

Whiting Aleck, snacks, h 5th nr Church h do 

AViliianis Adolphus, shoemaker, h depot 

AVilliam Delia, tob worker, h Depot 

AA^illiams Ebenezer, tob worker, h 5th nr Broad 

AVilliams Esther, tob worker, h Church 

AVilliams Francis, h 3d east 

AVilliams J L, tob roller, h 7th nr Depot 

AVilliams John, tob worker, h Depot 

Williams Lewis, tob worker, h Depot 

AVilliams Lucy, dom, h Spruce 

AVilliams Richard, foreman Brown's, h Main nr 7th 

AVilliams R E, tob worker, h 9th 

AVilliams Sellers, tob worker, h 5th nr Broad 

AVilliams Susan, tob worker, h 7th 

AVilliams Turner, tob worker, h Best's al 

AVilliamson Bettie, dom, h Cherry nr 2nd 

AVilliamson Jerry, driver, h 4| nr Poplar 

AVilliamson Legrant, tob worker, h Brown's row 

AVillis Mary, dom, h Sycamore 

AA' ilson Alarirt, tob worker, h Long Branch 

Wilson Alartha, seamstress, h Reservoir 

AVise John, barber, h 3d 



HINSHAW & MEDEARIS seU Star Brand Special Tobacco Manure. Anchm 
Brand Tobacco Fertilizer, and Star Brand Guano— three of the best brands (ei- 
tilizers made. They also sell only the best qualities Red Clover, hapling^ t lo- 
ver, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass and Herd Grass Seed. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. J-JSi^Ti^n' 



North Carolina. 



W I N STON DI RECTOE Y .—Colored. 



115 



Withers Fleni, cooper, h Main nr 7th 

Withers Joe, tob roller, h 3d nr Chestnut 

Withers John, tob roller, h Main nr 7th 

Withers Turner, lab. h Main nr 7th 

Withers Viola, nurse, Merchants Hotel, r do 

AVithers Wrn, tob roller, h Main nr 7th 

AVood Branch, tob worker, h Company lot 

Wood Sallie, tob worker, h Company lot 

Woodruff A L, tob worker, h 4th 

Wootsoti John, tob worker, h Depot 

Womack Sallie, washer, h 9th 

Wright Agnes, washer, h Bahnsontown 

Wright Mary, washer, h Bahnsontown 

Wright Thos, lab, h Main 

Wyse Sue, tob worker, h 3d east 

Yarbrongh Lewis, restaurant, 4th cor Church, h do 

Yose Martelia, tob worker, h Brown's row 

Young Jennie, tob worker, h Chestnut 

Young Malinda, tob worker, h Sycamore 

Young N L, preacher, h Chestnut 

Ziegler Melissa, dom, h Liberty nr 5th 








^^^'^ims7'^^V^^?^T''^G}i Fifteen Years ^^l^B IXf^^ 



f% 



5FJ4DCOPy (PHOTOGKAPH.SKErfH OH PFUNT)rOR ESTIMATC * 



Brown. Rogers & Co. ^rJS'^ItH'%'Tar\ft 

found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



C. F. NISSEX. M. E. TEAGUE. 

C. F. NISSSN & CO., 

SALEM POST OFFICE, N. C, 



-MANUFACTUKERS OF THE- 



Oiklmtid 1. 1 Iliiii Wsa@n. 




TOP VIEW. 

We are the sole manufacturers of the IMPROVED ROUND HOUND 
and the STRAIGHT HIND HOUND, made of perfectly straight-groin 
timber. We use the square tennon on the end of spoke that goes in the 
fellow. 

We make all styles and sizes of Wagons to order. 



PERFECTLY WELDED 




WE PUT THE ABOVE 



CELEBRATED STEEL THIMBLE SKEIN. 

r>n all sizes of W^agons when ordered. We make all sizes of Wagons with 
Steel Tire, when ordered. 

We warrant everj' Wagon and deliver at depot free of charge. Do not be deceived ] 
see that tlie wagon you buy bears the name of J. I. NLSSEN, and get the best made* 
j^g" Send for price list.^S* 



FOR SALE BY 



lEN & ۩. 



D. W. Spencek & Co., Spencer, Va. 
Geo. L. Noell, Roclty Mount. Va. 
R. A. Spaixhour, Moravian Falls, N. C. 

J. A. Cooper, Delia Plains, " 

W. L. McGhee, Franklinton, " 

C. J. Rogers, Durham, " 

T. H. Street, Mill Creek, " 



R. K. Daniel & Son, Roxboro, N. C. 

J. W. Harden, Graham, " 

John R. Lane, Brush Creek, " 

B. F. Hurdle, Anderson's Store, *' 

J. W. Fitzgerald, Linwood, " 

G. A. Deaty, Williamsburg, " 

AND others. 



TURNER'S 
(^^klecq City ©ii'edtofy. 



^1889-90. 

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Abbreviations Used in this Directory, 

Ab., above; advt., advertisment ; ave., avenue ; bds „ boards; bet., be- 
tween ; com., commission ; com. mer., commission merchant; cor., corner ; 
do., ditto; e., east; ft., foot; h, house: la., lane; mfg., manufacturing; mfr., 
manufacturer : mfrs., manufacturers ; n., north ; nr., near ; lab., laborer ; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. 0., post office; r., rooms; s., south; st., street; w., 
wrest ; Wash'n Washington ; wid., widow; wks., works ; tob., tobacco ; R. & 
D. R. R., Richmond and Danville Rail Road ; gen'l mdse., genei'al merchan- 
dise ; supt., superintendent. 



WHITE DEPARTMENT. 



(Winston Colored Department Follows White and 
Likewise with Salem.) 



AcKERMA^^ EDGAR, boss carder, h Elm nr Bank 

Ackernian Miss Ella, h Elm cor Bank 

Ackerman Mis Loula, h Elm cor Bank 

Ackerman R A, engineer, h Elm cor Bank 

Aldrich Shube, mill hand, h Elm 

Aldridge Bob, carder, h Wachovia 

Aldridge John, h Wachovia nr Wood 

Allen Alfred, jr, tob roller, h Happy Hill rd 

Anderson James, moulder, h Spruce 

Armfield James, machinist, h Belew's Creek 

Armfield J L, clerk, h Belew's Creek 

Armfield W M, clerk, h Belew's Creek 

Arthur W R, genl mdse. Main nr Shallowford, h Main 

A*xsom Miss Lizzie, h Cherry 

Axsom Wm, machinist, h Cherry 

Bahnson Dr H T, (Ebert, Payne & Co,) physician and surgeon, 

Church, h do 
Bailey Miss M Y, seamstress, h Main 
Baily R D, grocer. Main nr limits, h Walnut 
Baker Miss Lou, h Poplar nr West 

"Pi»-, TT (~\ nPKrkm'Tkorkn Farmers passing through Winston 
J-/1 • \ , \J, ± lJUllJ|JbUll. will find it to their interest to leave 
their orders with me. Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



DTX TT"-! y^ |-Y» Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
• XJL. X^iiig J and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 
Winston, N. C. 

118 SALEM DIRECTORY.— AVhite. 

Baker W J, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

Baker Miss Minnie, tinner, bds Main 

Baldwin F T, atty-at-law, h Cherry nr Ist 

Baldwin Rev M, Baptist minister, h Cherry nr Ist 

Baldwin Miss Xettie, h Cherry nr 1st 

Barnes N G, shoe maker, h Elm nr Bank 

Barrett G W, box maker and grocery, Belewe's Creek, h do 

Barrow Miss Otelia, h Poplar 

Barrow "Walter, cabinet maker, h Poplar 

Barrow Wm, railroad overseer, h Poplar 

Barton Artemus, engineer, h Elm nr Bank 

Barton Daniel, miller, h Elm nr Bank 

Barton Esau, lab, h Elm nr Bank 

Barton Miss Grace, h Elm nr Bank 

Barton Miss Lizzie, weaver, h Elm nr Bank 

Barton P Frank, plasterer, h Elm nr Bank 

Beath Wm M, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

Beard John, auctioneer, h Park av 

Beck Calvin Lee, machinist, h Park av 

Beck Mrs F J, wid, h Park av 

Beck Miss Pattie, stenographer, h Park av 

Beck William E, gunsmith. Main nr 5th Winston, h Park av 

Beckel Mrs Sophia, wid, h Salt bel Bank 

Beckerdite Miss Florence, h Main 

Belo J L, h Main nr Cemetery 

Belo Robt W, h " Belo House," Main 

Belton Edgar, painter, h Hege pi 

Beng Miss Carrie, weaver, h New Shallowford rd 

Beng Miss Fannie S, Picker, New Shallowford rd 

Binkley Miss Mattie, weaver, h High 

Blum Mrs A N, wid, h Main 

Blum E T, L V & E T Blum, Main nr West 

Blum L V, L V & E T Blum, h Main nr West 




,,^..^1 



DEAEB IN 

' ".filERlH^ 



i 
Confectioneries, Fruits, 

Canned Goods, Im- 
ported and Domestic 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Main, Near New Shallowford 
Streets, SALEM, N. C. 



C>^ ^ S^*C/-v Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

ajrOWIl <S. ajrOWII Winston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



-p/ . . Will find it to their advantage to leave tli 

jj^'rir) Gl^S "'*'' ^' ^" ^LLEN, the popular Hardware i 
l I of Win.ston, tor he sells good goods and gives] 



Will find it to their advantage to leave their orders 

merchant, 
; low prices. 



SALEM DIRECTOEY.— White. 119 

Beng Miss Laura A, slubber, h New Shallowford rd 

Beni: LT D, lab, h New Sballowford rd 

Bennett Chas, marble cutter, h Poplar 

Bennett J A, marble woi-ks, Main bet 4th and 5th, Winston, 
h Main 

Benz Miss Sarah, weaver, h Main 

Berrier Mrs Mary E, wid, h "West near Main 

Berry Emery, h Salt below Bank 

Berry Miss Nannie, h Salt below Bank 

Berryman James, h Mill nr Salt 

Berryman Miss Phenie. h Salt below Bank 

Bevan Joseph, watchmaker and jeweler, Main nr 3rd, Wins- 
ton, h Main 

Binkley Miss Ada, weaver, h Iliojh 

Binkley Elias, h Spruce 

Blum L V & E T, books, stationery and printers and editors 
and propr's People's Press, Main nr West 

Board of Provincial Elders of the Southern Province of the 
^^loravian Church, Rev C L Rights, chairman, J T Line- 
back, treasurer, cor Main and Bank 

Bodenhammer A 11, carpenter, h Bank 

Bodenhammer, Wm P, boxmaker, h Poplar 

Boner Mrs Nannie, wid, h West cor Marshall 

Boner Mrs Phoebe, wid, h Widow's Home 

Boozer George, bookkeeper, h Elm cor Bank 

Bo3'd Mrs Mary, wid, h West cor Marshall 

Boyd William, Ibookkeeper, h West cor Marshall 

Brazington Miss Mary, weaver, h Main 

Brewer Charles, painter, h Salt 

Brewer E R, dyer, h West nr Ash 

Brewer Frank, barber, h Broad 

Brewer Henry, driver, h Salt opp Belew's Creek 

Brewer John, h Fairview av 

Brewer Nelus, h Fairview av 

Brewer Samuel, barber, Winston, h Church 

Bridges Mrs Mary, wid, h Main 

Brietz Charles, U S Com, h Main 

Brietz Geo, emp cotton mill, h Main 

Brietz Jno L, clerk, h Main nr Bank 

Brietz L A, farmer, h Broad 

Brietz Mrs Sophia, wid, h Poplar 

Brookes Budd, weaver, h New Shallowford 

Brookes Charles B, Clinard & Brookes, h Depot cor Belew's 
Creek 



^\j.^.^^^ ®_^ jij 4^ ri Agents for genuine Smith and Dexter Cutters, Geiser 
'J^roWI), a|Ogerp a LO. Threshers, Champion Grain DriHs, Harrison's Corn 

Mills, Peerless Road Engines, Perry & Co.'s Stoves, Tyson & Jones' and Emerson & 
Fishers' and Spiral Spring Buggies. 



DTT T?^"i r^rV bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsapaiilla, Soda 
. Xi. X^lli^y Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, is\ C. 

120 SALEM DIEECTORY.— White. 

Brookes George H, teller Wachovia Bank, h Depot and 

Belew's Creek 
Brookes Henry, lab, h IN'ew Shallowford 
Brookes Miss Sallie, weaver, h New Shallowford 
Brookes Wm L, bookkeeper Wachovia Bank, h Depot 
Brookes W, spinner, h New Shallowford 
Brown Miss Addie, spinner, h Ist West 
Brown Miss Alice,tob emp, h Water 
Brown Miss Amanda, tob emp, h Water 
Brown Bedford, lab, h Marshall nr West 
Brown Miss Bell, tob emp, h cor Main and Fish al 
Brown Chas, mill hand, h Elm 
Brown Charles, tob emp, 1 Wachovia 
Brown Charles, h Water 
Brown Jack, carder, h Mulberry 
Brown Miss Jessie, h Church 
Brown Jesse, farmer, h Mill nr Main 
Brown Jesse, jr, farmer, h Mill nr Main 
Brown Joseph, farmer, h Branch 
Brown Mrs L, wid, cor Main and Fish al 
Brown Miss Liezetta, h Marshall nr Old Shallowford 
Brown Nathan, driver, h Water 
Brown Robt, railroader, h 1st West 
Brown R S, railroader, h 1st West 
Brown Wm, driver, h Wood 
Brown William, tanner, h New Shallowford 
Brown William H, grocer. Main cor Fish al, h do 
Bugher S D, cabinet maker, h Belew's Creek 
Bullock Wilson, h Main 
Burr John, carpenter, h Salt 
Butner Miss Dora, h Poplar 
Butner Dm ham, musician, h Main cor Bank 
Butner Mibs Effie, ass't photographer, h Poplar ' 

Butner Miss Eliza, h Elm nr Bank 
Butner Miss Ella, h Poplar 
Butner Eugene, h Main cor Bank 
Butner G E, clerk, h Poplar 

Butner Dr Jas A, J A Butner & Co, h Main cor Bank 
Butner J A & Co, tobacco mfrs, Salt cor Ist 
Butner John, harness maker, h Poplar 
Butner Luther, machinist, h Broad 
Butner Mrs Mary, wid, h Depot 
Butner Miss Maude, h Main cor Bank 
Butner Miss Sallie, h Main cor Bank 
Butner Miss Sarah A, dora, h Main 



TTi'..«'L».„« HTn^nntiin Buy Qroceries, Grain, Flour, Ship Stuff, Nails, Molasses, 
HlH^nflWA/ mRllRririx and Heavy Goods ty the car load, and their Dry Goods, 
iliUUliUn \X iilUUUUllU Notions and other goods In original packages of first 
hands at the lowest cash prices and offer unequalled inducements to Cash Buyers. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. ^firDresfooodl 



in the SUite. 



SALEM DIRECTORY.— White. 



121 



Butner Miss Sophia, h Main cor Bank 

ButnerT M, jeweler and confectioner, Ahiin, h Depot 

Byhan Mrs Angeline, wid, h Widows' House 

Carmichael Miss Alnia, music teacher, Salem Female Acad- 
emy 

Carmichael Mrs Eliza, stewardess, Salem Female Acadmey 

Carter Columbus, mill hand, h Elm nr Bank 

Carter E, tob prizer, h Elm nr Bank 

Carter Miss M L, h Elm nr Bank 

Carter Miss S A, h Elm nr Bank 

Chapin Geo, distiller, h Belew's Creek 

Chatham Mrs Josephine, h Broad 

Chitty Miss Elizabeth, florist. Sisters' House 

Chitty Miss Emma L, teacher, Salem Female Academy 

Chitty Reuben, lab, h Salt 

Chitty Mrs Sallie, wid, h Salt 

Church H R, h Main nr West 

Church Mrs Levinia, wid, h Main nr West 

Church Miss Pamelia, seamstress, h Main nr West 

Church Wm, driver, h Main nr West 

Clewell Mrs D M, wid, h Main 

Clewell Rev J H, principal Salem Female Academy, h do 

Clinard & Brookes, general merchandise, Main 

Clinard Livingston, Clinard & Brookes, h Elm nrBank 

Coleman Arthur, tob broker, h 3 City Flats, Main 

Coleman Frank, tobacconist, h 3 City Flats, Main 

Collins A N, blacksmith, h 1st nr Chestnut 

Collins T) Anderson, sec hand,h West nr Ash 

Collins John, tinner, h Branch 

Congregation of United Brethern of Salem and its vicinity, 
Dr J W Hunter, chairman, J T Lineback, secty, Main 
cor Bank 

Conrad Miss Evy, dom, h Main cor Cemetery 




L. M. Clinard. C. B. Brookes. 



k 



DEALERS IN 



Seoeial Merclianijise, 

AND 

BOYEPiS OF COUmy PRODUCE 

2v£a.i3a. Street, 



T)v \T f) ThnTTiTlQnn Druggist, carefully compounds pre- 
J_/l . V • V/« J- llUlllJJOUUj scriptions at all hours, day or night. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTT "ZP^^yycY ^^^^^^ i" ^^^^ grades of Steam, Smithing, 
. JlI. JT^lll^^ Foundrj', Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

122 8ALEAI DIEECTORY.— White. 

Conrad J C, Cherry nr let 

Conrad Dr W J, Watkins & Conrad, h Main nr Ist 

Cook J W, carpenter, Fairview av, h do 

Cook W B, moulder, h Belew's Creek 

Cooper Charles, h Main nr Fish al 

Cooper Miss Cora, spinner, h Wachovia 

Cooper Miss Emma, teacher Salem Female Academy, h Main 

Cooper Miss Pauline, spinner, h Wachovia 

Cooper W J, dept sheriff, h M.ain 

Cooper W J, clerk, h Main nr Fish al 

Cranford W J, carpenter, h Water 

Crist Miss A C, h Church 

Crist Clarence, printer, h Church 

Crist F, clerk, h Church 

Crist Harvey, machinist, h Church 

Crist Mrs 11, wid,li Church 

Crist W C, ass't Post Master, h Church nr Walnut 

Crosland B F, hroker, h Old Shallowford rd 

Crosland E S, shoemaker, tohacco and cigars. Main cor Old 

Shallowford, h do 
Crosland Miss L K, h Old Shallowford rd 
Crouch Miss Anna, drawer, h Salthel Bank 
Crouch Miss Cora, weaver, h Salt bel Bank 
Crouch J B, prop saw mill, Flat Branch, h Salt bel Bank 
Crouch Miss Letitia, spooler, h Salt bel Bank 
Crouch Mrs M E, wid, h Salt bel Kank 
Crowell Thos, miner, h Belew's Creek 
Crowell Wm, lab, h Belew's Creek 
Crouse D T. potter, h Belew's Creek 
Crouse Miss Ella, saleslady, h Belew's Creek 
Crouse JaC' b, carpenter, h Salt bel Bank 
Crouse Walter F, potter, h Belew's Creek 
Crumpler J M, painter, h Chestnut cor 1st 
Crutchlield James, h Pond 
Crutchlield Mrs Louisa J, wid, h Pond 
Crutchiield Rufus W, tob emp, h Pond 
Daniels Saral, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 
Davis C B, h High cor Spruce 
Davis T E, dyer,"h Pond nr High 
* Dawson Benj, painter, h Marshall nr Mill 
Dawson Miss Samantha, weaver, h Main 
Dawson Mrs S A, wid, h Marshall nr Mill 
Day Miss Florence, spinner, h Ist West 
Day Mrs L J, spinner, h 1st West 
Dean Albert, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

(O ^ ^ T^ c Winston's popular Druggists, can supply any 

uJlOWr^ «X -Dl OWl"! want, and carefully compound prescri[>tionH 
ut all hours, day or night. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Low PRICES, Good goods, fair dealings, and satisfaction guaranteed, 
to all those wlio purchase llardware. Crockery, .Slov>^s, Agricultural Im- 
plements, or anything in his line, at S E Allen's, cor Main ct 3d Sts, Winston. 

SALEM DIKECTOKY.— White! 123 

Dean J A, clerk, h Salt 

Detmar AVilliani, lock and gun smith, Main, h Main cor Cem- 
etery 

Dickson Miss S, h Cherry cor 1st 

Dillon Miss Augusta, seamstress, h Marshall cor Mill 

Dillon Mrs E J^wid, h Marshall cor Mill 

Dillon J J, pattern maker, h Marshall cor West 

Dillon Walker, machinist, h Marshall cor Mill 

Disher M C, miller, h Poplar nr Walnut 

Dolan Mrs Poll}', dom, h Main 

Dore Mrs Leah, school teacher, h Main 

Douthit Irwin, clerk, h Main 

Douthit T B, Post Master, h Main 

Douthit Mrs T B, millinery and fancy goods, Main nr Shallow- 
ford, r do 

Duffy Mai P F, editor, h Main 

Dufour Alfred, farmer, h Church 

Dunn Miss Mary F, dom, h Main cor Cemetery 

Earnest Lee, clerk, h Main 

Earnest Scales, lah, h Poplar 

Eberhard Mrs Catherine, wid, h Widow's House 

Eberhard Miss Sophia, dress maker, h Widow's House 

Ebert E A, pres Forsyth Five Cent Savings Bank, also Ebert, 
Payne & Co, h Main 

Ebert, Payne & Co, tobacco mfrs, Belew's Creek nr Depot, 
Winston, N C 

Eccles Miss Maggie, h Church 

Edwards W 0, h Main 

Ellis Charles W, W B Ellis & Co, r do 

Ellis W B, W B Ellis & Co, bds Hotel Fountain, Winston 

Ellis W B & Co, tobacco mfrs, Depot nr let, Winston Post 
Office 



Main Street, SALEM, N. 0. 




I HAVE ONE of the LARGEST and MOST BEAUTIFUL LINES of 
GOODS ever brought to this city. MISS BAKER, of Baltimore, an ex- 
perienced and Tasty Trimmer, is with me, ready to serve all. I will be 
glad for all to call and examine goods and prices before buying. All goods 
sold very low for cash only. MRS. T. B. DOUTHIT. 

81^ ^ r ir .a r( Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Heaters, 

I'OWq, qOgei'^ & Co. steam, Gas Ind Water Piping, and 
Sheet Iron. 



DTT "T^T 1-1 |-w» Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
• XI. J^iii^ 5 and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 
Winston, N. C. 

124 SALEiM DIRECTOEY.— White. 

Eilis Wiley, carpenter, h Pond 

Eus^ie James, li Belew's Creek 

Everhart Levi, cabinet maker, h Elm 

Everet John, driver, h Cherry 

Everts Miss Sarah, h Salt hel Bank 

Fagg J C, grocer and meats, Old Town, Winston, h Main 

Fagg Miss Daisy, h Main 

Farmer Robt, engineer, h Railroad pi 

Farrow Charles P, clerk, h Railroad pi 

Farrow Sidney, farmer, h Belew's Creek 

Farrow W W, clerk, h Belew's Creek 

Fetter Charles, h Spruce nrlst 

Fisher Miss Claude, dom, h Main cor Ist 

Fisher J, h Church 

Fisher Miss Marilla, h Salt 

Fisher Robert, hostler, h Salt 

Fletcher Miss Lydia, weaver, h Salt 

FogleA, mayor, also coroner, h Belew's Creek cor Depot 

Fogle Bro's, building material and contractors, Belew's Creek 

nr Chestnut 
Fogle Charles, Fogle Bro's, h Belew's Creek nr Chestnut 
Fogle Christian, Fogle Bro's, h Belew's Creek nr Chestnut 
Fogle John, h Belew's Creek 
Fogle Miss Lydia, h Sisters' House 

Fogle Miss Mary A, preparatory dept, Salem Female Academy 
Fogle Miss Paulina, h Sister's House 
Fries, Giersh & Senseman, genl mdse. Main cor Bank 
Fries F H, F & H Fries, h New Shallowford cor Salt 
Fries F & H, cotton and woolen mills. New Shallowford and 

Cherry 
Fries H E, F & H Fries, also W O Senseman & Co,h Main 
Fries 11 W,F & H Fries, also Fries, Giersh & Senseman, h New 

Shallowford cor Salt 
Fries John W, F & H Fries, h New Shallowford 
Fries Mrs L M, wid, h New Shallowford cor Salt 
Fultz Miss Hermina, h Sister's House 
Furcron James M, shoemaker, 4th, Winston, h Elm 
Gaither Miss Mattie, wid, h 1st nr West 
Garboden Mrs S.irah, wid, h Salt bel Bank 
Gaston John M, machinist, h Main 
Gerald Wm, farmer, h Belew's Creek 
Gibbons Joseph, painter, h Poplar nr Old Shallowford 
Giersh A E, blacksmith, Main, h do 
Giersh H A, h Main 

HTXSHAW & MEDEARLS. Best grades Syrup, Molasses, Sugars, Coffees, 
Teas, Flour, Meal, Lard, Hams, Spices, Extracts, Crackers, also a full 
line of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. Iteir%^^Z 

that keeps a complete line of foot wear. 

"~ SALEM DIRECTOEY.— White. 125 



Gilmer J E, wholesale dry goods, groceries, etc, Main opp 
Hotel Fountain, Winston, h Cherry 

Gilmer John L, h Cherry 

Goings Mary, doni, h Main 

Goodman ^Irs Mary E, wid, h New Shallowford 

Gorham Geo, moulder, h Poplar 

GoslenCapt J W, editor Union Republiaan, Winston, h 
Main 

Graham Miss Orben, h Water 

Graham R F, fruits, etc, 4th nr Liberty, Winston, h Ceme- 
tery av 

Gray James, banker, h Church 

Gray Mrs Nancy, wid, h Belew's Creek 

Gregory Rev J N, circuit preacher, h New Shallowford 

Gregory Miss Martha J, spinner, h New Shallowford 

Gregory Miss Mary, weaver, h New Shallowford 

Griffin Albert, supt for Hanes, h Pond nr High 

Griffin A R, h Pond 

Griffin Miss Cora, dress maker, h Pond nr High 

Griffin Miss Ella, dress maker, h Pond nr High 

Griffin Miss Emma, mill hand, h Pond 

Griffin R D, leaf dealer, h Pond nr High 

Grogan A, dyer, h Main 

Groner Chas L, bookkeepe.i, h Salt 

Grunert Wm C, lab, h Poplar 

Gunter Miss Flora, weaver, h Main 

Gunter Miss Sarah, carder, h Main 

Guy Miss Isabella, h 1st West 

Guy J N, driver, h Ist West 

Guy Miss Mary J, h Ist West 

Hagen Miss Augusta, teacher, h Sister's Home 

Hailey Bro's, shoemakers. Liberty cor 3d, Winston 

Hailey J M, Hailey Bro's, h Wachovia 

Hailey Miss Lillie, speeder, h Wachovia 

Hailey Miss Rosa, spinner, h Wachovia 

Hailejr W F, Hailey Bro's, h Wachovia 

Hall Miss Bessie, h Church 

Hall Miss Delphine, h Church 

Hall Percival, h Church 

Hall Robt, carpenter, h Water 

Hall Miss Sadie, h Church 

Hall Miss Sallie, h Water 

Hall Mrs Sallie, wid, h Church 

Hall T J, carpenter, h Water 

Hall Willis, student, h Church 

Dr V O ThniT»n«5nn '^^^ popular Winston Druggist, 
x^i . V. \j, -*- ^^'-'■'^-i-ip ^^^^^ J carries a complete and select stock 
of every description of proprietary medicine. 



DXX "R^in ry Solicits orders from all points on tlie Wilkesboro 
• il. X^iU.^ Extension, Roanoke <fe Southern and Mocksville 
Railroads, for Ice, Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 

126 SALEM DIRECTORY.— White. 

Hall W II, candy mt'r. Main nr Shallowford, h do 

Hampton C S, h Pine 

Hampton Columbus, supt Fries, Giersh & Senseman, h Pond 

nr High 
Hampton Gideon, farmer, h Belews Creek rd 
Hampton Lee, clerk, h Pond nr High 
Hampton Mrs Margaret, wid, h Park av 
Hampton Mrs Nancy, wid, h Park av 
Hanes C L, cotton emp, h Spruce 
Hanes Lee, tanner, h Old Shallowford and Elm 
Hanes W H, mill hand, h High 
Planner W, clerk, h Salem 
Harden John, carder, h Ist West 
Hargrave Miss Sarah, dressmaker, h 1st nr Chestnut 
Harris Edward, engineer, h Oak 
Harris Eugene L, gen'l Secretary Young Men's Christian 

Association, h Cherry nr let, 
Hartman J W, carpenter, h Marshall nr Mill 
Hauser Miss Agnes, h Main cor 1st 
Hauser Charles S, clerk of court, h Main cor Ist 
Hayes Walter B, jeweler, h 5 City Flats, Main 
Hayworth W A, lab, h Water 
Hedrick J L, mill hand, h Elm 
Hege Miss Aus^usta, music teacher, h Sister's House 
Hege C A, C A Hege & Co, h Salt 

Hege C A & Co, Salem Iron Works, Salt opp Belew's Creek 
Plege Edward, clerk, h Elm cor Bank 
Hege Frank, clerk, h Elm cor Bank 
Hege F C, loom fixer, h Elm cor Bank 
Hege George, h Hege place 
Hege Miss Lula, h Elm cor Bank 
Hege R K, <lerk, h Main 
Hege Samuel, school teacher, h Poplar 
Hege Thomas, tob worker, h Cherry 
Hege Will, tob prizer, h Cherry 
Hege Wm A, h Pond 
Hege Zachary, cabinet maker, h Cherry 
Hendricks Mrs Charity, wid, h Broad 
Hendricks R L, salesman, h Main nr Belew's Creek 
Hendrix Lee, miller, h Main nr Cemetery 
Hicks Miss Chattie, h Broad 
Hicks Miss Clara, warper, h High 
Hicks Mrs Nancy, wid, h High 
Hicks Miss Victoria, h Broad 
Hill Miss Cora, dress maker, h Railroad pi 

©^ <L S^^ Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

OrOWI) Qi l3rOWr\ Winston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



T-/ , , , Will find it to theii- advantage to leave their orders 

Jj O/rin Cr^ ^^'t'';'^- E- ALLEN, the popular Hardware merchant, 

I r' ofWinston, for he sells good goods and gives low prices. 



SALEM DIEECTORY.— White. 127 

Hill G W, carpenter, h Railroad pi 

Hill Miss Lowena, tob picker, h Poplar 

Hill Mrs M J, wid, h Poplar 

Hitt R J, carpenter, h Main 

Hitt AVm H, PO clerk, h Main nr New Shallowford 

Hoft'nian JVliss Eliza, h Main 

Hoifnian Miss Laura, h Main 

HoiFman Miss Mollie, dom, h Ist nr Chestnut 

Holder Mrs Eliza, wid, h Salt 

Holder Miss Ellen, dom, h Main nr Ist 

Holder Jesse, painter, h Marashll nr West 

Holder Miss Victoria, dom, h Main 

Holgrum Mrs Mary, wid, h Railroad pi 

Holland Hope, machinist, h West cor Marshall 

Holmes Wm, carpenter, h West cor Ashe 

Holt Jacob, mason, h Wachovia 

Holt John, brick mason, h Wachovia 

Holton A L, dept Register of Deeds, h Salt 

Hoosier Mrs Louisa, wid, h West nr Main 

Hoosier Robert, loom fixer, h West nr Main 

Hough A G, A G Hough & Co, h Cherry nr Ist 

Hough A G & Co, hoisery mfrs, Elm 

Hough Sylvester E, photographer, Main bet 2d and 3d, Win- 
ston, h 4 City Flats, Main 

Ilowlett Miss Sarah, dom, h Salt 

Hudson David, dyer, h Main 

Huft" Andrew, driver, h Poplar 

Hudson W D, grocer. Main nr Bank, h do 

Hunter Dr J W, dentist, Main nr Belew's Creek, h Main 

Hyre Miss Lizzie, dress maker, h Salt bel Bank 

Hyre Mrs Mary J, wid, h Salt bel Bank 

Jenkins Capt A R, agt B & R R, h Main nr New Shallow- 
ford 

Jenkins Bros', fruit and vegetable canners. Main nr New 
Shallowford 

Jenkins Mise Gertrude, stenographer, h Main nr Shallowford 

Jenkins G F, Jenkins Bros, h Main nr New Shallowford 

Jenkins R L, Jenkins Bros, h Main nr New Shallowford 

Jennings E H, Sec'ty Mfrs Collecting Co, h cor Church and 
Ist 

Johnson Aaron, tob worker, h Belew's Creek 

Johnson A C, driver, h 1st West 

Johnson F :\I, lab, h 1st West 

Johnson J F, shoemaker, h Walnut 

Johnson J H, painter, h Park av 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes a specialty. 
All grades from the finest to coarse heavy, including a full assortment of P. 
Cox, Zieglar and Bay State Shoes, which are the best and most popular on the 
market. It will pay you to examiue their stock before making your purchases. 



D. H. King, 



Dealer in Kennebec River Ice, in large or small 

quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 

Winston or Salem. Office, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



128 



SALEM DIEECTOKY.— White. 



Johnson J R, clerk, h Main cor Bank 
Johnson Lum, driver, h Ist West 
Johnson Miss N J, weaver, h 1st West 
Johnson R F, lab, h Ist West 

Johnson Wiley T, com traveler, h Old Shallowford 
Jones A S, farmer, h Walnut nr Marshall 
Jones Miss Carrie R, English Branches S F Academy, h Mar- 
shall 
Jones Charles A, clerk, h Marshall 
Jones Louis, h Marshall 
Jones Mrs L, wid, h Walnut cor Marshall 
Jones Mrs Parmelia, wid,h Marshall 
Jones Miss Phoebe, h Walnut cor Marshall 
Jones Miss Sadie, h Walnut cor Marshall 
Kearns Edw, telegrapher, h Main 
Kearns Thomas, I'oreman, h Main 
Keehln Miss Agnes, h Main 
Keehln Miss A L, saleslady, h Main 
Keehln Frank E, foreman, h Main 
Keehln George, printer, h Main cor Walnut 
Keehln Mrs Susan, wid, 1 Church 
Kenney D F, carpenter, h Salt below Bank 
Kenne}'^ Miss Essie, seamstress, h Salt bel Bank 
Kern E G, cigar maker, h Main 
Kessler Frank, gardener, h Branch 
Kester D E, Kester Bros, h Main 
Kimel Francis, driver, h West nr Ash 
Kimel Louis, driver, h Salt 
Knight Mrs Lydia, wid, h Belew's Creek 
Knight Mrs M E, h New Shallowford 
Knight W G, shoemaker, h Shallowford 
Knott Burton, driver, h Fairview 
Knott Miss Eliza, tob worker, h Broad 



MS if ilIS@!Bl 



SALEM, N. C. 



HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Three cardinal virtues in their dealings 
with you : Good Quality, Lowest Prices and Perfect Satisfaction. 
They don't handle shoddy goods. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. dtl""ct„.S* 

in hundreds of styles and qualities. 



SALEM DIEECTOEY.— White. 129 



Knott Henry, h Broad 

Knott Henrj', driver, h Broad 

Knott Miss Lizzie, h Broad 

Knott Miss Mary A, h Broad 

Kremer Mrs Eliza, wid, h Widow's Home 

Lancaster Mrs Harriet, wid, h Oak 

Lancaster J D, painter, h Oak 

Landquest Miss Annie, bookkeeper, h cor Bank and Main 

Landquest Miss Emma, h cor Main and Bank 

Landquest Mrs Mary, wid, h Main cor Bank 

Landquest Thomas, carpenter, h cor Main and Bank 

Lashmit John, carpenter, h Pond 

Lashmit Wm, harness maker, h Salt 

Lawrence Sidney, harness maker, h Belew's Creek 

Lawson Miss Jane, slubber, h New Shallowford 

Lawson Miss Mary A, tob picker, h New Shallowford 

Ledford Miss Alice, h Poplar 

Lee A J, lab, h New Shallowford 

Lee Miss Alvy, weaver, h High 

Lee John, mill hand, h New Shallowford 

Lehman Miss Emma A, teacher, Salem Female Academy 

Lemley Mrs Amanda, wid, h Depot 

Lemley Miss Laura, h Belew's Creek 

Lemley Wm A, pres Wachovia National Bank, h Church nr 

Belew's Creek 
Leinbach Prof E W, prof of music, h Church 
Leinbach Miss Hennie, house sweeper, h Sisters' House 
Leinbach Miss Lizzie, teacher, h Church 
Leinbaeh Miss Mary, h Church 
Lewis Miss Jane, h 1st West 

Lewis Miss Mary, school teaiher, h Widow's House 
Lewis Miss Sarah, weaver, h West 
Lichtenthaeler Adolph, bookkeeper, h Church 
Lindsay Frank, printer 
Lineback Miss Apes, h Elm cor Bank 
Lineback C L, mill hand, h Pond 
Lineback E E, clerk, h Main 
Lineback Mrs Eliza, wid, h Elm cor Bank 
Lineback Miss Flora, h Elm cor Bank 
Lineback H A, photographer, 4th cor Liberty, Winston, h 

Main cor Bank 
Lineback James T, secty and treas, h Church cor Cemetery 
Lineback J A, insurance, Main cor Bank, h Church cor 

Cemetery 
Linbeack J E, fireman, h Pond 

f)r V O T^linmnann '^^^ popular Winston Drugt^ist, 
7 y ^\ lllOUipSOn, carries a complete and select stock 

ot every description of proprietary medicine. 



DTT T^"l"no* -'-*'^''^^^i' i" best grades of Steam, Smithiiig, 
• -LJ-* X^ilJ.^ J Foundiy, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, AVinston. 

130 SALEM DIEECTOEY.— White. ~ 



Lineback J R, brick layer, h Pond 

Line back J W, mason, b Pond 

Lineback Reuben, brick mason, h Elm cor Bank 

Lineback Wm, watcbmaker, h Cliurch 

Lineback W C C, dyer, h Pond 

Little AJiss Sarah, dom, h Belevv's Creek 

Livengood Daniel, potter, hBelew's Creek 

Livengood Miss Lucy, tob emp, h Belew's Creek 

Livengood Mrs Marj^ wid, h Ijelew's Creek 

Livengood Miss Sarah, h Belew's Creek 

Loddrick Miss Carrie, h Main nr Walnut 

Loddrick J F, h Main nr Walnut 

Locke Miss Bessie, milliner, h Main 

Loiiinll M, hElm 

Long Miss Sallie, h Marshall cor Mill 

Longworth Miss Addie, dom, h Salt bel Bank 

Lott Miss Flora Y, h Cherry nr High 

Lott H L>, bookkeeper, h Cherr}' nr High 

Lott Dr H Stokes, physician and surgeon, office hours, 9am 

to 1 p m, 3 p m to 6 p m, 8 p m to 10 p m, 4th bet Main 

and Liberty, over Thompson's Drug Store, Winston, h 

Cherry nr High 
Lott Ivie S, clerk, h Cherry nr High 
Lott Miss S Lena, h Cherr}' nr High 
Lumley L E, policeman, h New Shallowford 
Lumley Marion, driver, h Belew's Creek 
Lumley Matthias, tob worker, h New Shallowford 
Lumley Mrs Susan, wid, h Wachovia 
McCoyne Austin, tob worker, h AVachovia 
McCoyne Samuel, moulder, h Wachovia 
McCray J G, miner, h Belew's Creek 
McCuiston Rev John F, asst pastor Moravian Church, h 

Salem Hotel 




laiifaa©!. 



-AGENT FOR- 



Hit fiiiiiiin {iifttii 

SALEM. N. C. 

8,^ C) Carry a complete stock of proprietary nied 

1 OWI) ^ DVO\XT[ icine, Paints, Oil and Varnishes which they 
retail almost at wholesale prices. Cor. Liberty and 4th Streets, Winston. 



Low PRICES, Good poods, fair dealings, and satisfaction guaranteed, 
to all those who purcliase Hardware, Crockery, Stoves, Agricultural Im- 
plements, or anything in his line, at S E Allen's, cor Main & 3d Sts, Winston. 

SALEM DIEECTOKY.— White. 131 

McCuiston John, carpenter, h New Shallowtbrd 

McDanels Frank, carpenter, h 1st West 

Mclver Henr^, contractor and builder, Ist cor Pine, h do 

Mclver Irvin, carpenter, h Ist nr Spruce 

McKughn Austin, tob worker, h New Shallowford 

McLean Joseph, cabinet maker, h Main 

McMickle C C, h West nr Church 

McMickle E T, machinist, h West nr Church 

Mabury Samuel, carpenter, h New Shallowford 

Markgratf Prof G F, prof of music, h Belew's Creek 

Martin W E, cabinet maker, h e limits nr Belew's Creek 

Masten Miss Letitia, dressmaker, h Sister's House 

Meinung Miss Adelaide, music teacher, h Main 

Meinung Prof Alexander, prof of music, h Salt 

Meinung Mrs Amelia, wid, h Main nr Cemetery 

Meinung Edw, boarding house, h Main 

Meinung Mrs Emily, h Main nr Cemetery 

Meinung F C, carriage mfr, Main nr New Shallowford, h 

New Shallowford 
Meinung Miss Florence, h Main 
Meinung Miss Mary E, teacher S F Academy, h Main nr 

Cemetery 
Meller Miss A E, h Main nr West 




MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN ALL STYLES OF 

Buggies, Carriages, &c. 




CONSTANTLY ON HAND : 

Siojie Trees, Boilile Trees, 

BREAST-YOKES, 

lEAIHEE'WASBESS, STIKU'AFIIONS, 

Finished and Unfinished Buggy Poles 
and Shafts. «s=" Repairs in all branches 
of the business eolicited.'®^ Repairing 
Patent Wheel a Specialty, at the sign of 
The Red Wheel. 

MAIN STREET, 



T^rn\x;Tl T? no-ova Xt Pn Can supply either farmers or mer- 
131 own. nOgeiS (K KjO, chants with any article to be 
found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



DTZr T^i Y\ CY Solicits orders from all points on the Wilkesboro 
• -tj" X^lil^ Extension, Roanoke & Southern and Mocksville 

Railroads, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer, 

132 SALEM DIEECTORY.— Whitk 



Meller Mrs C II, h Main nr West 

Messer Frank, school teacher, h Marshall 

Michie W II, clerk, h Salt 

Mickey Miss Carrie, milliner, h Main ♦ 

Mickey Harry, h Main 

Mickey J E, meats, cor Main and Belew's Creek, h Main 

Mickey S T, tinner, h Main 

Miller Albert, engineer, h High 

Miller Augustus, moulder, h Belew's Creek 

Miller Mrs Charlotte, wid, h Poplar cor West 

Miller Mrs Ella, wid, h Belew's Creek 

Miller Irvin, engineer, h Marshall 

Miller eTames, carpenter, h Cherry 

Miller J R, carpenter, h 1st 

:Miller Rowan, J C Miller & Son, h 1st nr Cherry 

Miller Miss Willie, hose keeper, Salem Female Academy 

Millsap P P, weaver, h Elm nr Bank 

Mitchell Miss Annie, dom, h Main 

Mock Philip, farmer, h Marshall, cor West 

Moore 11 P, tobacconist, h Belew's Creek 

Moore Mrs Martha, matron, Salem Female Academy 

Moore Mrs S A, h Wachovia 

Moravian Church, Rev Edw Rondthaler pastor. Church st, 

adj S F Academy » 

Morgan Tinsley, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 
Morgan Wm, painter, h West nr Main 
Morgan W L, machinist, h Marshall 
Morton Samuel, weaver, h Spruce 
Museum, in connection of Salem boys school. Main nr Old 

Shallowford 
Myers Miss Addie, h Walnut . 

Myers Miss Alma, h Walnut 
Myers John, h Walnut 
Myers W J, engineer, h Poplar 
Neal Miss Lizzie, h Cherry nr High 
IN'eal Stephen, h Cherry nr High 
Neal T B, bookkeeper, h Cherry nr High 
Nelson James, h New Shallowford 
Nelson Miss Silvia, weaver, h New Shallowford 
Nelson T N, lab, h New Shallowford 
Nelson Miss Udora, weaver, h New Shallowford 
Nelson Wm S, lab, h New Shallowford 
Nissen Miss Clara, h Main 
Nissen Harry, student, h Main 
Nissen John I, machinist, h Main 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes a spcialty. 
All grades from the finest to coarse heavy, including a full assortment of P. 
Cox, Zieglar and Bay State Shoes, which are the best and most popular on the 
market. It will pay you to examine their stock before making your purchases. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. 



Gents' 
Straw 



Fur and 
Hats bv 



the thousand. 



SALEM DIRECTOEY.— White. 



133 



Xorlleet C P, carpenter, h Main 

Ormsby W P, agent for Domestic Sewing Machine, organs 

and pianos. Main opp New Shallowforcl, h do 
Owens B Bertran, Ashcraft & Owens, h Main 
Page D Frank, harness maker, h Pond 
Painter Thos, h New Shallowford 
Palmer Alfred, farmer, h Poplar 
Palmer Miss Lottie, h Poplar 
Palmer Miss Nellie, h Poplar 
Parker Rev E P, circuit preacher, h Bank 




W. P. ORMSBY 



-DEALER IN- 




Fmoi, Oipig i SQUistleBiwIigMa^Miii 

MAIJV ST., OPP. NEW SHALLOWFORD ST., 

Dealer m the. ivell known 
W. W. Kimball, Bridgeport 
and other OEGANS. 

Also the Popvlar Stieff, 
Wheelock and Davis & Sons' 
PIANOS. 

THE DOMESTIC 

mm MACHINE 

f ARRAHTED TEK YEARS. 

THE BEST is AL WA YS 
THE BEST. 

LIGHT-RUNNING and 

ALWAYS IN THE 

LEAD. 

C?^ © _c r-y <> /^ Builders' Hardware, Nails, Screws, 

©rOWri, l\OgerB & to. BoUs, Locks, Knobs, Hinges, Rope, 
White Lead, Oil, Wadsvvorth's Pure Mixed Paint and Brushes. 




DTT TP^TY^ry Bottlpr of the celebrated Robert Portner. Vipuna 
. XI. Jl^III^ j and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 
Winston, N. C. 

134 SALEM DIRECTORY.— White. 

Parker T C, painter, h bank 

Parker W L, painter, h bank 

Parrish John, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

Parrish Mrs Lessie, wid, h Belew's Creek 

Patterson J L, atty at law, cor Liberty and 4th, Winston, h 
Broad 

Patterson Mrs R L, wid, h New Shallowford cor Cherry 

Patterson R L,h New Shallowford and Cherry 

Patterson S F, supt Concord cotton mill, h New Shallowford 
and Main 

Pearson C W, chief engineer R & S R R, office depot, h Salt 

Pearson Giles W, student, h Salt 

Peck Rufns, machinist, h Wachovia 

Peddycord A J, driver, h Salt 

Peddycord Miss Cloe, h Sisters' House 

Peddycord R A, driver, h SaH 

Pegram Miss Alice, weaver, h West nr Ash 

Pegram Miss Cora, weaver, h West nr Ash 

Pegram Miss Frances, weaver, h West nr Ash 

Pegram Miss MoUie, w^eaver, h West nr Ash 

Penry C F, clerk, h Belew's Creek 

Penry Miss Myra, h Belew's Creek 

Peoples Joseph, dyer, h New Shallowford 

People^s Press, weekly, L V & E T Blum, editors and pro- 
prietors, Main nr West 

Peterson Miss Christena, h Sister's House 

Peterson J E, cabinet maker, Old Shallowford, h do 

Peterson James, mill hand, h Old Shallowford 

Peterson Miss Mary, h Old Shallowford 

Peterson Nathaniel, carpenter, h Old Shallowford 

Peterson Samuel, h Salt nr Bank 

Peterson Wm,jr, foreman, h Saltnr Bank 

Peterson Wm, Peterson Bros, h Salt nrBank 

Petree Miss Alice, h Cherry 

Petree James, lab, h Salt 

Petree Julian, machine hand,h West 

Petree W R, mill hand,h New Shallowford nr Cherry 

Petree Wesley W, night watchman, h Cherry 

Pfaft' Miss Flora, dress maker, h West nr Ash 

Pfaff Francis, carpenter, h West nr Ash 

Pfaif Rufus, carpenter, h West nr Ash 

Pfaft' Samuel, farmer, h West nr Ash 

Pfohl Augustus, com traveler, h Main nr Shallowford 

Pfohl Bernard J, clerk, h Main cor 1st 

Pfohl Miss Bessie, h Main cor Ist 



S^ (T) By the use Of our Dental Fluid, your t( 

■rn Wn at TirnAATTI ^^P^ perfectly sound and white, your 
X w vv J.( *^ J-f-L ^-' vv -n and fragrant, and the gums prevented frc 



By the use of our Dental Fluid, your teeth will be 

ur breath pure 

I from bleoding 



Corner 4th and Liberty Streets. 



Q ThJ All Pn Agent for King's Great Western Powder Co., Her- 
,* , ' -F*-'-'-^ ■""*■> culese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Chanii)ion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 

SALEM. DIRECTORY.— White. 135 



Pfohl Chas B, tanner, h Poplar nr West 

Pfohl Miss Constance, teacher S F Academy, h Main nr New 

Shallowford 
Pfohl T, cashier at Fries, h Main cor Ist 
Pfohl E A, treas Forsyth Five Cent Savings Bank, h Main 
Pfohl Herbert, clerk, h Poplar nr West 
Pfohl Miss Mary, h Main 
Pfohl Mrs Sophia, wid,h Widows' House 
l^fohl Wm, machinist, h Main cor 1st 
Phillips J M, tob buyer, h Oak 
Pinkston Chas T, h Walnut nr Marshall 
Pittman Miss A L, teacher, Salem Female Academy 
Pittman Willie, bookkeeper, h Cherry nr High 
Poindexter Mrs Settle, wid, h Belew's Creek 
Poplin Miss Myra, weaver, h New Shallowford 
Porter L M, shoemaker. Main nr Bank, h do 
Potts W G, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 
Powers Daniel, lab, h Old Shallowford nr Elm 
Powers Mrs Elizabeth, wid, h West nr Ash 
Powers J Edward, carder, h Poplar nr West 
Powers Reuben, driver, h Poplar 
Pruner Frank, foreman, h Main 
Bank Mrs Susan, tailoress, h Main 
Reed Miss Alice, h Church 
Reed James, h Spruce nr High 
Reed Miss Louisa, spooler, h Main 

Regennas Mrs A E, Matron Salem Home for the indigent, h do 
Regennas Miss Mary, h Main 
Regennas P F, cabinet maker, h Main 
Reich Mrs A C, wid, h Main 
Reich Charles, machinist, h Poplar cor West 
Reich G A, shoemaker, Main, h do 

Reich H C, shoemaker, 3d nr Liberty Winston, h Poplar 
Reich Miss Isabelle, weaver, h Main nr Cemetery 
Reich James, tinner, h Poplar cor West 
Reich Miss Lizzie, h Poplar cor West 
Reich Mrs Minerva, wid, h Main nr Cemetery 
Reich Wm A, tinner, h Main 
Rempson B F, tinsmith, h Main Salem 
Rempson Frank, tinner, h Main 
Rempson W S, tinsmith, h Water 
Remsen Miss Settle, dom, h Church 
Rights C L, h Old Shallowford 

Rights Greo H, foreman and local editor of Union Republi- 
con, h Old Shallowford 

f^l'nAAT-n ^rtdf^t^d ;Cr r^rw Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Heaters, 
JJ10\\I), I\Oger0 ^ LO. steam, Gas and Water Piping, and 
Sheet Iron. ^ °' 



DTJ* T^iYifV Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. JLl. X^ilig, Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 

136 SALEM DIEECTORY.— White. 

Ritesell Mrs Lizzie, wid, h Main 

Robertson J J, machinist, h Water 

Robinson Miss Phebe, h Salt bel Bank 

Robinson Miss Sarah, h Main 

Rogers James M, Brown, Rogers & Co, h Cherry cor Ist 

Rominger Daniel, mill hand, h Poplar nr Old Shallowford 

Rominger Samuel, fuller, h Bank nr Salt 

Rondthaler Miss Alice, teacher S F Academy, h Church 

Rondthaler Rev Edw, pastor Moravian Church, h Church 

Rothrock Chas, agent, h Main 

Russell Charles, tob worker, h Salt 

Russell G F, h Salt 

Sale Miss Cynthia, weaver, h New Shallowford 

Sale Jas A, carpenter, h New Shallowford 

Sale Martin, carpenter, h New Shallowford 

Sale Miss Mollie, reeler, h New Shallowford 

Salem Bone Mill, Dr J F ShaiFner, prop. New Shallowford nr 

High 
Salem Boy's School, Main cor Old Shallowford 
Salem Broom Factory, W Senseman & Co, props, Main 

cor Belew's Creek 
Salem Cotton Gin, Dr J F Shafther, prop. New Shallowford nr 

High 
Salem Cotton Mill, F & H Fries, props. New Shallowford nr 

Cherry 
Salem Female Academy, John H Clewell, prin, Church opp 

Square 
Salem Home for the Indigent, Mrs A E Regennas, matron, 

Main bel Square 
Salem Hoisery Mill, A G Hough & Co, props, Elm 
Salem Hotel, Main nr West 
Salem Iron Works, C A Hege & Co, props. Salt opp Belew's 

Creek 

MES. S. Y. EANK, 

MAIN STREET, SALEM, N. C. 

'^ umim m cleaning "^ ™ »« 

ci-iOTmi^a-, 



f ALL ORDERS ENTRUSTED TO MY CARE WILL \ 
I RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. f 

TT,'»-L..,« HIT.. .Inn..!..) Immense stock of Ladies Dress Goods, Notions, Trim- 
Hin^n^W Xl flf RflRfinS mings. Laces, Hosiery, White Goods, Bleaclied and 
UlllUllUn U illUUUUIlU Brown Domestics, Ginghams, Lawns, Prints, Calicoes, 

etc. Splendid assortment of Carpet and Straw Mattings at prices that defy competition 



Rosenbacher & Brother. £.?aothii,g 

in hundreds of styles antl qualities. 



SALEM DIEECTORY.— White. 



137 



Salem Pipe Mfy, H F Shaftner, prop, Salt nr New Shallow- 
ford 

Salem Post Office, T B Douthitt, post master, Main nr Old 
Shallowtbrd 

Salem Woolen Mill, F & H Fries, props, New Shallowford nr 
Salt 

Samuels Miss Nannie, weaver, h Marshall nr West 

Sapp Miss Julia, h Belew's Creek 

Sapp Lee, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

Scarborough Wm, carpenter, h Oak 

Schott John, weaver, h Marshall cor West 

Seddon Mrs Mary, h Raih-oad pi 

Seigler Miss Minerva, tob classer, h Main 

Senseman W 0, W Sense man & Co, also Fries, Giersh 
& Senseman, h Green nr Hickory 

Senseman W &Co, tinware, brooms, etc, Main cor Belew's 
Creek 

Shatt'ner Miss Etta, h Main 

Shaft'ner Henry, pottery, New Shallowford cor Salt, h Main 

Shaffner Dr J F, druggist. Main, cotton gin and bone mill, 
New Shallowford, h Main 

Shaft'ner Miss Louisa C, mathematics, Salem Female Academy 

Shaft'ner Miss Sarah E, telegraphy, Salem Female Academy 

Sharp C Lee, bookkeeper, h Spruce nr Ist 

Sharp Miss Kate,tailore88, h Spruce nr let 

Sharp Miss Lula, dressmaker, h Spruce nr let 

Sharp Miss Maggie, h Spruce nr 1st 

Shaw Mrs Ester, wid, h Salt 

Shaw Miss Julia, weaver, h Salt 

Sheppard A C, wheelwright, h West nr Ash 

Shepherd Miss B B, h Cherry nr High 




W. O. SENSEMAN. 



H. E. FRIES. 




Wholesale & Retail Dealers in 



f . i HIS 

Wholesale & R 

Mm\ Stoves, Tinware. 

Tobacco Flues, Flue Iron, &c., 
and Manufacturers of 

BROOMS AND TINWARE. 

Sign— Big Coffee Pot. 
MAIN STREET, 

SALEM, N. C. 



Hr V O ThnmnQAn '^^^ popular Winston Druggist, 
±^x, T . v/. J- iii-fiiJ.jJouil, carries a complete and select stock 
of every description of proprietary medicine. 



DTT T^I'K* fV Sf^l'f^its orders from all points on the Wilkesboro 
J-J" -■-^■'•■*"*-& Extension, Roanoke <fe Southern and Mocksville 
Railroads, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 



138 



SALEM DIRECTOEY.— White. 



Shepherd Miss Ida M, h Cherry nr High 

Shep! erd J R, clerk, h Chei-ry nrlligh 

Shepherd Jaines W", clerk, h Cherry nr Hiijh 

Shepherd Willie S. clerk, h Cherry nr High 

Shore B P, clerk, h Salt 

Shore Clarence, clerk, h Salt 

Shore Edw J, clerk, h Belew's Creek 

Shore Miss Ella, teacher, Salem Female Academy, h Salt bel 

Bank 
Shore Miss Ella, dom, h Church 
Shore Frank, plasterer, h Belew's Creek 
Shore H L, harness mt'r. Main, h Belew's Creek 
Shore H W, groceries, Main cor iS^ew Shallowford, h Salt 
Shore Jonas, driver, h Marshall nv Walnut 
Shore Miss Lillie, h Belew's Creek 
Shore Louis, carpenter, h Salt bel Bank 
Shore Miss Maria, laundress, h Sisters' House 
Shore Miss ^Minnie, h Poplar nr Old Shallowlbrd 
Shore N T, grocer. Main nr West, h ^Larshall 
Shore Samuel T, miller, h Poplar nr Old Shallowford 
Shonse James, cigar maker, h West nr Main 
Shouse Edwin, shoemaker, h Marshall nr Old Shallowford 
Shultz G R, mail agt, h Main 
Shultz John H, cabinet maker, h Main 
Shultz MissS F,h Main 
Shutz W F, cabinet maker, Main,h do 
Shutt Lee, tob emp, h Wachovia 
Shutt Miss Mary S, dom, h Mill nr Main 
Siddall H A, machinist, h West cor Church 
Siddall T H, machinist, h West cor Church 
Sides Charles, miller, h Mill 




W. SHORE. 



DEALER IN 



^Ifanejffroeeiiis 



Choice Soda Water, Confectioneries, 
Fruits, Canned Goods, Fine Im- 
ported and Domestic Cigars and 
Tobacco. Crcchery, Glass 
and Qxieensicare. 
Corner Main and New Shallowford St.^ 

s £^x^:e:i>/l, isr. a. 



Bv the use o! our Dental Fluid, your teeth will be 
'own iV 4^1^n\Vn kept perfeetly sound and white, your breath pure 
vy \\ j_( cv -L'i.v'>\ n and fragrant, and the gums prevented from bltodmg 

Corner 4th and Liberty Streets. 



tn'own Si: Si 



STTI All r\y-\ Agent for King's Great Western Powder Co., Her* 
• Jll. xA-lloII, culese Powder Co. (Dynamite.) Fairbank's Stand- 
ard Scales, Champion Mowers, Reapers and Binders. 



SALEM DIRECTOKY.— White. 



139 



Sides J G, h Main nr Mill 

Sides Permanie, grist mill, Mill, h Walnut 

Siewers Miss Gertrude E, art teacher, S F A, h Church 

Siewers John, h Church 

Siewers Mrs M A, wid, h Main cor 1st 

Siewers Dr N S, physician. Main, h do 

Sisters' House of the Moravian Church adj Salem Female 

Academy 
Smith Mrs Annette, wid, h Widows' Home 
Smith Miss Donna, h Widows' Home 
Smith J C, farmer, h Walnut nr Marshall 
Smith John, toh worker, h New Shallow^fond 
Smith Lee, barber. Main nr Bank, h Winston 
Smothers Miss Alice, weaver, h High cor Spruce 
Smothers Miss Minnie, weaver, h High cor Spruce 
Smothers W G, miller, h High cor Spruce 



PRACTICAL 





air@r 



Main Street, SALEM, N. C. 

Your Orders Solicited and Good Fits and Satisfaction Guaranteed in 
Every Particxdar. 

n^uf^KiE j^-sr o"^7s7":tsr shoes 

and therefore can give my customers the benefit of the merchant's com" 
mission. To accommodate all I carry a line of machine shoes which I sell 
cheap. I sell the Best iShoe Dressing to be found on the market. Also 
Leather and Shoe Findings of all kinds. 

HIDES, FURS, FEATHERS. &c. 

I pay Cash for all kinds of Beef, Veal and Sheep 
Hides. Furs of all kinds, Rabbit, O'possum, Mink, 
Fox, Coon, Cat, &c. Geese, Duck and Chicken Feath- 
ers, Beeswax, Wool, &c. Honest and Fair Dealing My 
Motto. Respectfully, L. M. PORTER. 





fit^HAATn f?n(^Pt^<^ Xr C^r\ ^}^''^'^^ Ranges, Furnaces, Heaters, 
UlOWIj, l\Oger^ <SL V^O. steam, Gas and Water Piping, and 
Sheet Iron. 



DTT T^-ino* Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. JUL. X^k.iii^, Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 



Depot Streets, Winston, N. C. 



140 



SALEM DIEECTORY.— White. 



Snider Mrs Emily, wid, h Main 

Spach Allen, machinist, h Church 

Spach James, driver, h Bank nr Salt 

Spach John C, wagon mtV, "Waughtown, P Salem 

Spach Mrs Julia, wid, h Widows' Home 

Spach Miss Maria, dom, h Main 

Spach Miss Mar}-, h Main 

Spach Miss Susan, h Main nr Shallowtbrd 

Spainhower John, tanner, h Maasliall nr West 

Spainhower Winfield, spinner, h West nr Main 

SpaughD A, genl merchandise. Main nr 13elews' Creek, h do 

Spaugh Enoch, carder, h Ash nr West 

Spaugh Miss Mary, h Ash nr West 

Spaugh Obediah, carpenter, h Ash nr West 

Spaugh Rufus A, A G Hough & Co, h Elm 

Spaugh Miss Sarah, dom, h Elm nr Bank 

Spaugh Thos, h Elm nr Bank 

Spaugh Walter T, C A Hege & Co, h Elm nr Bank 

Speers W A, farmer, h Belew's Creek rd 

Speers Miss Jane, carder, h Salt 

Speers W^ L, shoemaker, h Salt 

Springs L W, com traveler, h Main cor West 

Sprinker MrsSallie, wid,h Belew's Creek rd 

Starbuck J S, bookkeeper, h Cemetery av 



A. SPAUGH 




LIVERY, SALE and EXCHANGE STABLES 

HORSES, BUGGIES and CARRIAGES Furnished at Short Notice. 
Fine Carriages and Teams for Parties, Weddings and Funerals, at short 
notice. Tlie sale of extra fine single horse's and teams a specialty. First- 
class facilities offered Commercial Tourists. Everything First-Class, 

If -alii iift^eet,^ (SA3L:JE'Mt M* O. 

ALSO DEALER IN CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, PHOTONS, ETC. 

H INS II AW & MEDEARIS. Three cardinal virtues in their dealings 
with you : Good Quality, Lowest Prices and Perfect Satisfaction. 
They don't handle shoddy goods. 



Rosenbacher & Brother, sukDressGood. 

in the State. 

SALEM DIRECTORY.— White. 141 



Stare Henry 11, shoemaker, h Broad 

Starr Miss Eliza, laundress, h Sisters' House 

Starr Miss Kate, h Main 

Starr Miss Mary, h Sisteis' House 

Starr Miss Nellie, saleslady, h Main 

Starr Stephen, florist. Main, h do 

StauberMiss Hannah, h Sisters' House 

Sterling R N, clerk, h Belew's Creek 

Steward W T, tob roller, h Spruce 

Stewart Charles, carpenter, h West nr Ash 

Stewart George, tin and sheet iron worker, Main bet 3d and 

4th, Winston, h East Salem 
Stewart Robt, cigar maker, h Wachovia 
Stewart Mrs Sarah, wid, h Wachovia 
Stewart Willie, clerk, h East Salem 
Stipes Anderson J, h Belew's Creek 
Stockton Edward, h Main 
Stockton Henry, dental student, h Main 
Stockton J H, livery stable. Main nr Bank, h do 
Stockton John G, clerk, h Spruce nr Ist 
Stone Mrs H, wid, h Belew's Creek 
Stroupe Miss Annie, milliner, h Marshall 
Stroupe E A, tinner, h Marshall nr West 
Stroupe Miss Eliza, h Sisters' House 
Stultz Wm, painter, h Depot 
Steiner Miss Mary, h Sisters' House 
Styron C B, clerk, h Main 
Styron Theodore P, grocer. Main nr 4th, Winston, h Main 

Summers , h Main 

Summers Miss Cora, dom, h Main 

Swain Miss Flora, weaver, h Salt below Bank 

Swain J D, J I) Swain & Co, h Waughtown 

Swain J D & Co, blacksmiths, Main nr AValnut 

Swift Miss Hattie, h Salem Hotel 

Swift Dr Z, physician, h Salem Hotel 

Swimm Nancy Jane, h Main cor Walnut 

Swimm Moses, tinner, h Main cor Walnut 

Sydner Clarence, com traveler, h 2 City Flats, Main 

Tavis Deitrich, h Main nr Cemetery 

Taylor J P, Taylor Bros & Co, h City Flats, Main 

Taylor Bros & Co, tob mfs, 1st nr Depot 

Taylor Wm B, Taylor Bros & Co, h Ist nr Depot 

Teague M C, fireman, h Belew's Creek 

Tesh Mrs Charity, wid, h Poplar nr AValnut 

Tesh E V, tanner, h Poplar 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS sell Star Brand Special Tobacco Manure, Anchor 
Brand Tobacco Fertilizer, and Star Brand Guano— three of the best brands fer- 
tilizers made. They also sell only the best qualities Red Clover, Sapling Clo- 
ver, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass and Herd Grass Seed. 



DXX "T^^y^ci* Bottler of the celebrated Robert Port ner, Vienna 
• XI. JLSi.ili^^ and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 
Winston, N. C. 

142 SALEM DIRECTOEY.— White. 

Tesh Miss Laura, dressmaker, h Sisters' House 

Tesh Louis, tanner, h Poplar nr West 

Tesh Mary, h Cherry nr High 

Tesh Rufus A, tanner, h Poplar nr Walnut 

Tesh WiUiain, inspector, h Poplar nr Walnut 

Thomas Miss Cynthia, h Belew's Creek 

Thomas Jacob, h Branch 

Thomas Miss Kate, h Main 

Thomas John, h Belew's Creek 

Thomas Will, driver, h Water 

Thurley Mrs Leana, wid, h Widows' House 

Tise John H, salesman, h Main 

Tise S Walter, telegraph messenger, h Main 

Tise Wm, machinist, h Belew's Creek 

Townsend Miss Anna M, school teacher, h Main 

Transou J R, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

Tressler Mrs L S, wid, h Marshall nr Mill 

Turner James, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 

Turner Phoebe, saleslady, h Main nr West 

Turner Thos J, h Main nr West 

Tyler J L, supt weavers, h Elm nr Bank 

Upchurch G M, engineer, h Railroad pi 

Vance J A, machine works, cor Ist and Depot, h Belew's 

Creek 
VanConnor Elsa, brick layer, h Belew's Creek 
VanSandoort Mrs Ellen, artist, h 2 City Flats, Main 
VanVleck Miss Amy, music teacher, h Main 
VanVleck Miss Louisa, music teacher, h Main 
Vaughn Asa, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 
Vaughn Joseph, tob worker, h Belew's Creek 
Vest Miss Carrie, school teacher, h Main, 
Vest Miss Lucy, h Main 

J. A. VANCE, 







IRepairing" I=»ror3Q.ptl3r -A-tteiid.ed. To, 
Corner 1st and Depot Sts., Salem, N. C 

Sj. 1? ©^ Carry a complete stock of proprietary med 

rOWr| CZ. OrOWri icine, Paints, Oil and Varnishes which they 
retail almost at wholesale prices. Cor. Liberty and 4th Streets, Winston. 



Low PRICES, Good woods, fair dealings, and satisfaction guaranteed, 
to all those who purchase Hardware, Crockery, Stores, Agricultural Im- 
plements, or anything in his line, at S E Allen's, cor Main & 3d Sts, Winston. 

SALEM DIRECTOEY.— White. 143 



Vest Miss Mai-ujaret, h Main 

Vest Miss Nfyni, h Main 

Vest Miss Sallie, teacher S F Academy, h Main 

Voffler A C, A C Vogler & Son, h Main nr Ist 

Vogler A & Son, furniture and undertakers, Main nr Ist 

Vogler Mrs Anna Mar}^ wid. li Church 

Vogler Charles, insurance, h Main 

Vogler F H, A C Vogler & Son, h Main nr 1st 

Vogler Geo E, printer, h Main nr West 

Vogler Henry, jeAveler, h Cemetery cor Church 

Vogler Maria, h Church nrBank 

Vogler Mrs Mary A, wid, h Church nr Bank 

Vogler Miss M E, h Church 

Vogler Miss Minnie, h Main nr West 

Vogler Paulina, h Sisters' Home 

Vogler Regina, h Church nr Bank 

Vogler Miss R A, h Church 

Vogler Sallie, English branches Salem Female Academy 

Vogler Timothy, gun maker, Main h do 

Vogler Wm T, watchmaker and jeweler, Main, Winston, li 

Cemetery cor Church 
Wachovia Mills, F & H Fries, props, New Shallowford 
Waggoman Miss Anna, laundress, h Hege place 
Waggoman Miss Ariminta, seamstress, h Hege place 
Waggoman Edward, painter, h Main cor Walnut 
Waggoman Mrs Eliza, laundress, h Hege place 
Walker Mrs Carrie, wid, h Salem Hotel 
Walker John, saddler, h Salem Hotel 
Walker Lillie, h Salem Hotel- 
Ware E T, tob worker, r Salt cor Ist 
Warner Levan, weaver, h Wachovia 
AVarner Miss Mary, tob worker, h Main 
Warner Mrs M, wid, h Wachovia 
"Watkins & Conrad, dentists, Main nr Ist 
Watkins Dr C J, Watkins & Conrad, h Main nr 1st 
Watkins N. T, h Broad 
Watson C A, tob mfr, h Belew's Creek 
Watson W H, carpenter, h Belew's Creek 
Weisner John, farmer, h Marshall nr Mill 
Weisner Jonas, carpenter, h Marshall 
Weisner Miss Mary, dom, h Elm nr Bank 
Welch Miss Josie, dom, h Main 
AVelfare Mrs C, wid, h Main cor Cametery 
Welfare C R, grocer, Main, Winston, also Main, Salem, h do 
Welfare Miss Cora, h Main 

T^r»rkrtrr> l^/-\r««rM»ci k-r f^/\ Can supply either farmers or mer- 
J3r0 Wn. nOgei S & OO. ehant^s wfth any article to be 
found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



DTX T^^inry I^^alei' i" best grades of Steam, Smithijig, 
• J-l» X^iJJ.^ J Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

144 SALEM DIEECTOEY.— White. 

Welfare Edward, clerk, h Main 

Welfare Miss Jane, private school, h Main cor Cemetery 

Welfare Mr.3 Julia, wid, h Widows' Home 

Welfare Miss Mary, milliner, h Main 

Welfare Roswell, loom lixer, h Main 

Welfare Wm, cigar maker, h Main 

Wheeler Mrs A, wid, h Belews' Creek rd 

Wheeler Chas S, student, h Church 

Wheeler Miss Mamie L, h Church 

Wheeler Dr W H, h Church 

W^hisnant Miss MoUie, h Wachovia 

White J C, shoe maker and grocer, h Belews' Creek 

White Jacob, h Belews' Creek 

White W B, carpenter, h Belews' Creek 

Wicker Finkney, watchman, h Belews' Creek 

Widows Home of the Moravian Church, Main cor Shallowford 

Wilburn W P, cotton emp, h Spruce 

Williams Mrs , wid, h Main 

Williams Miss Augusta, tob emp, h 1st West 

Williams Mrs Catherine, wid, h Ist West 

Williams Geo A, cigar maker, h Main 

Williams Mrs Julia, wid, h Belews' Creek 

Williams Miss Lavinia, h Sisters' House 

Williams Rev L L, Rector Episcopal Church, h 1 City Flats, 

Main 
Williams Miss Maggie, h High cor Spruce 
Williams Miss Martha, h Ist West 
Williams Mrs M E, wid, h Main 
Williams Miss Sarah, tob emp, h 1st West 
Williamson Mrs A, dom, h Main 
Williard Joseph, driver, h Mill nr Marshall 
Wimmer Frank, clerk, h Main 
Wimmer John, jr, clerk, h Main 



C. J. WATKINS. W. J. CONRAD. 

WATKIBTS & CONRAD, 

And Dealers in DENTAL GOODS! 
OFFICE UPPER MAIN STREET, - SALEM, N. C. 

Teetli -:- Extracted. -:- vvitl^. -:- O-as. 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Best grades Syrup, Mola-sses, Sugars, Coffees, 
Teas, Flour, Meal, Lard, Hams, Spices, Extracts, Crackers, also a full 
line of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices. 



Rosenbacher & Brother, ^^."^.m", 

in hundieds of styles and qualities. 

SALEM DIRECTORY.— White. 145 

Wimraer John, dnijman, h Main 
Wiramer Wm, telegrapher, h Main 
Windsor A B, mill hand, h High 
Windsor Columbus, mill hand, h High 
Winkler Miss Amelia, wid, h Widows' Home 
Winkler Mrs C A, teacher S F Academy, h Main nr Bank 
Winkler C A, baker and confectioner, Liberty nr 5th, Wins- 
ton, h Main nr Bank 
Winkler E P, clerk, h Main nr Bank 
Winkler Miss M G, saleslady, h Main nr Bank 
Winkler Miss Mattie A, h Main nr Bank 
Winters Miss Mary, dom, h Main nr Bank 
Witt Miss Malona, dom, h Salt 
Wood James, bedder, h West nr Ash 
Woodburn M, school teacher, h Main 
Woosely David, student, h Main 
Wooten N F, carpenter, h Belews' Creek 
Wurreschke B, bookkeeper, h Church 
Wurreschke E, bookkeeper, h Church 
Wurreschke Rev L B, teacher, Salem Female Academy 
Yates Mrs Charles, groceries. Lower Main, h do 
Yates Mrs Mary, wid, h Widows' Home 
Young Julian W, clerk, h Main 
Zevely Miss Mary, h Main 
Zimmerman Miss Addie, h Main cor Bank 

N. W. IiUMPKIN, 




LIVERY, SALE and EXCHANGE STABLES 

HORSES, BUGGIES and CARRIAGES Furnished at Short Notice. 
Fine Carriages and Teams for Parties, Weddings and Funerals, at short 
notice. The sale of extra fine single horses and teams a specialty. First- 
class facilities offered Commercial Tourists. Everything First-Class. 

Corner Patton and Linn Streets. DANVILLE, Va. 

T)r V O ThnmnQnn I>ruggist. can supply you with any 
l^J . \ . \J. lliUllipCsUUj article to be found in a first-class 
Drug Store, Fourth Street, Winston, N. C. 



TURNER'S 
(^^kleni City ©ii'edtofy. 



11889-90* 

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Abbreviatious Used in this Directory, 

Ab., above; advt., advertisment ; ave., avenue ; bds ., boards ; bet., be- 
tween; com., commission; com. mer., commission merchant; cor., corner; 
do., ditto; e., east ; ft., foot; h, house: la., lane; mfg., manufacturing; mfr., 
manufacturer ; mfrs., manufacturers ; n., north ; nr., near ; lab., laborer ; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. 0., post office; r., rooms; s., south; st., street ; w,, 
west ; Wash'n Washington ; wid., widow ; wks., works ; tob., tobacco ; R. & 
D. R. R., Richmond and Danville Rail Road ; gen'l mdse., general merchan- 
dise; supt., superintendent. 

COLORED DEPARTMENT. 



(Winston Colored Department Follows White and 
Likewise with Salem.) 



PiD AMS HENRY, lab, h Main 
Al'.en Alfred, farmer, h Happy Hill 
Allen Jemmie, h Happy Hill 
Anderson Fannie, dom, h Poplar 
Atwood Elijah, lab, h Old Shallowford 
Avery Julia, cook, h Cherry cor 1st 
Banks Phillip, lab, h Church 
Banner Rufus, tob roller, h Happy Hill 
Barham Julia, cook, h Church 
Bray Mary, dom, h Depot 
Butner Lou, dom, h Main nr Bank 
Carmichael Lucy, washer, h Church 
Clark Wm, tob worker, h Depot 
Cunningham Green, lab, h Church 
Davis Gus, lab, h Main 
Davis Thos, farmer, h Poplar 
Dixon Henry, lab, h Church 
Falkner Chas, porter, h 1st 
Fox Henry, tob roller, h Church 
Golden Queen, tob worker, h Happy Hill 
Hairston Sandy, lab, h Happy Hill 



S^ ff) , Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

rONYr\ & l3lOWr\ Winston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



;T]f, [ ( , Will find it to their advantage to leave their orders 

Jj ^rin CrS ^'''^'' ^- ^- ^^^^^N, the popular Hardware merchant, 

' r' of Winston, for he sells good goods and gives low prices. 

SALEM DIEECTORY.— W«w».- ' 147 

Hairston Wilson, tob roller, h Church 

Hall Mary, dom, h Church 

Hanes Alec, lab, h Mill nr Marshall 

Haues Amos, lab, h Bank nr Salt 

Hanes Martha, h Marshall 

Hanes Nancy, washer, h Bank nr Salt 

Hargrave Joseph, driver, h Ist nr Salt 

Ilempley Alfred, porter, h Park av 

Hicks Samuel, barber, h Depot 

Hilton Callie, washer, h Church 

Holmes Adolphus, lab, h 1st 

Holmes Jas, lab, h 1st 

Johnson Ann, dom, h Cherry nr 1st 

Jones Ada, dom, h Walnut cor Marshall 

Jones Mitchell, tob worker, h Happy Hill 

Kane Donald, lab, h Main 

Kimbro Frank, farm hand, h Walnut nr Marshall 

Leak Martha, cook, h Church 

Lindsey Ellen, washer, h Church 

Lindsey Sam, tob worker, h Park av 

Mock Mattie, dom, h Main 

Martin Prof F M, Prin Winston Graded School, h Mill nr Main 

Milker Jennie, dom, h Chestnut 

Miller Eliza, washer, h 1st 

Miller Henry, cook, h Depot 

Miller John, driver, h 1st 

Mitchell Jim, lab, h Church 

Mock Margaret, dom, h Belew's Creek 

Nichols Alec, driver, h Cherry 

Nichols Jennie, cook, h Cherry 

Phillips Rena, dom, h Main 

Pollard Sam, lab, h Marshall 

Potter Chris, lab, h Church 

Preyor John, tob worker, h Depot 

Pride P P, lab, h Bank nr Salt 

Ratliss W F, blacksmith. Mill h country 

Eeed Abigal, dom, h Church 

Reed John, tob worker, h Church 

Reese John, tob prizer, h Main 

Richardson Allen, lab, h Marshall 

Robinson Albert, tob worker, h Depot 

Scales Brice, butler, h Depot 

Sharp Henry, h Church 

Sides Sarah, washer, h Marshall 

Siewers Addie, dom, h Church 

8t^r>A-vT-n 'li^t\c^a.t''d Hrr C^rx Builders' Hardware, Nails, Screws, 
lOWq, qOgei^ & to. BoUs, Locks, Knobs, Hinges, Rope! 
White Lead, Oil, Wadsworth's Pure Mixed Pain t and Brushes. 



DTT T^-i Y\ O* ^*^^^^*** orders from all points on the Wilkesboro 
• ^i» X^IU.^ Extension, Roanoke & 8outhern and Mooksville 
Railroads, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 

148 ~ 



SALEM DIRECTORY.— Colored. 



Siewers Addie, doni, h Main 

Simmons Laura, washer, h Park av 

Simmons Tilda, washer, h Park av 

Simmons Yerd, porter, h Marshall 

Skeenes Eliza, washer, h Church 

Skeenes Sam, toh roller, h Church 

Skeenes Titia, toh stemmer, h Church 

Smith Anderson, farmer, h Happy Hill 

Smith Lee, Main nr Bank, h Winston 

Sparks Mary, dom, h Church 

Sparks Stella, washer, h Church 

Spitz Lum, lab, h Park av 

Staitbrd Isaiah, butler, h Main nr 1st 

Stafford Karris, farmer, h Mill nr Marshall 

Troy (t W, plasterer, h Church 

Troy Wm A, porter, h Church 

Wall Pleas, driver, h IJelews' Creek 

Waters Ann, tob worker, h Happy Hill 

Webster Lucy, washer, h Happy Hill 

Webster Wm, tob roller, h Happy Hill 

Webster Wm, lab, h Happy Hill 

Welch James H, restaurant, Main,h Depot 

Welch John M, tob worker, h Depot 

Welch Josepli, tob worker, h Depot 

Wel(;h Thomas, waiter, h Depot 

Williams Henry, lab, h Main 

Wright Richard, tob prizer, h 1st nr Salt 




V. 0. lEoupsiiir & Co., 
CIGAR 

liiHCTiKEES! 

Wmiten, I. S. 

file Clgafs a Specialty. 



HIXSIIAW <fe MEDEAR18. Three cardinal virtues in their dealings 
with you : Good Quality, Lowest Prices and Perfect Satisfaction. 
They don't handle shoddy goods. 



WINSTON-SALEM 

COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY! 

EMBRACING 

A Classified List of all Professions, Manufacturers, Trades 
AND Pursuits in the Cities of Winston and Salem, each 
Classification Alphabetically Arranged, thus Ex- 
hibiting Full Address and Special 
Business of Their Citizens. 



For individual names of members composing firms, residences, &c., 
see General Directory. 
»■ ^•» ■> 
All names followed with a * are Salem, the others are Winston. 

Artists. 

Afann Miss Pattie E, Main bet 2nd and 3d 
Van Sandoort Miss Ellen, 2 City Flats * 

Almanac Publishers. 

FARMERS' & PLANTERS', L V & E T Blum, publishers. 
Main nr West * 

Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. 

ELLER & STARBUCK, Main nr Ist 
GLENN & GLENN, 4th bet Main and Liberty 
GRAY EUGENE E, xMain nr 3rd 
GRIFFITH E A, 4th bet Main and Liberty 
GROGAN JEFFERSON S, Liberty nr 4th 
KERXER ROB All B, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
MAST DANIEL P, 4th cor Liberty 
Montaijue H, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 
PATTERSON J L, cor Liberty and 4th 
Watson & Buxton, cor 5th and Liberty 
WILLIAMS LEWIS J, Liberty nr P 
AVilson Thos J, 2nd nr Main 

Bakers. 

Berger Charles H, Liberty ex 
Williams H J & Co, cor 4th and Main 

Winkler C A, Liberty nr 5th, Winston, Main nr Old Shal- 
lowford, Salem 

Dr V O Thnmnann '^^^^ popular Winston Druggist 
LJl » V. \J, 1 llUllip&Ull, carries a complete and select stock 
of every description of proprietary medicine. 



DTX T^i y\ ry» Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
• JUL' JL^lIi^ 5 and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 

Winston, N. C. 

150 DIEECTOEY.— Commercial. 

Baler and Shipper — Hay. 

Foy H S. 4th nr Summit 

Banks. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J A Bitting, President, J W 

Alspaugh, Cashier, cor 5th and Liberty 
Forsyth Five Cent Savings Bank, E AEbert, President, Main 

between 2nd and 3rd 
WACHOVIA NATIONAL BAN^^:, W A Lemley, President, 

J A Gray, Cashier, cor Main and 3rd 

Barhers. 

Brewer Samuel, Main nr 3rd 
CASH C B, (col) Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
Foust Rankin, (col) Main bet 4th and 5th 
Gates Alex, (col) Liberty nr 4th 
Howlett & Johnson, (col) 4th nr Main 
Smith Lee, (col) Main nr Bank * 
Strange Joseph, (col) Chestnut nr 4th 
Walls & Donnell, (col) Libert}- nr 5th 

Blacksmiths and Horse-Shoers. 

Garnish J W, Old Plank rd 

Farabee S W, Liberty nr 6th 

Gillum A H, Liberty ex 

RatlissW F, (col) Mill * 

SPACH & CRANFORD, Church bet 4th and 5th 

Swaim J D & Co, Main nr Walnut * 

Boarding Houses. 

Barringer G, (col) Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Black Mrs E M, 2nd bet Church and Chestnut 

Farrar J H, 4th bet Main and Liberty 

HARDY MRS F J. 4th nr Liberty 

Hester Mrs M J, h Cherry nr 2nd 

JONES HOUSE, J L Jones, Prop, cor 2nd and Main 

JULIAN MRS M L, Liberty cor 6th 

McCrary Robt A, Main nr 4th 

Meinung Edward, Main * 

Moore Mrs W A, Chestnut 

Penry C B, Liberty 

Rierson Scott, Liberty cor 5th 

Steiner Charles, h Cherry 

TERRY HOUSE, Mrs N J Terry, prop, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Williams Mrs R, cor Main and 3d 

Bone Mill. 

Shaffner Dr J F, New Shallowford nr High 

Si <i © r ^y ^^^ "®^ °^ °^^' I^ental Fluid, your teeth will be 

town C^ Ti I nVVTl kept perfectly sound and white, your breath pure 
A v/ y V j-( V4. j^x v/ » V xj ^j^jj fragrant, and the gums prevented from bleoding 

I 'orner 4th and Liberty Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. ci?ttinTN'J 

North Carolina. 

- DIRECTOEY.— Commercial. 151 

Books and Stationery. 

BLUM L V & E T, Main nr West * 
LANIER C G, Liberty nr 4th 

Boots and Shoes. 

Baity W D & Sons, Main nr 3d 

CARTER W T & CO, cor Main and 4th 

Clark & Ford, cor 4th and Liberty 

CLINARD & BROOKES, Main * 

Fries, Giersh and Sensenian, Main nr Bank * 

IIINSHAW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm 

Poindexter H D, cor Old Town nr 4th 

Palliam & Newman, Liberty nr P 

Reid David S, cor Main and 2nd 

ROSENBACHER & BRO, 3d and Liberty nr 4th 

SCHOULER D D, Liberty nr 4th 

Surameriield C & Co, Main nr 4th 

Thornton & Co, Liberty nr P 

Tise Jacob & Co, cor Main and 4th 

Vauojhn & Pepper, 4th cor Liberty 

Welfare C R, Main 

Bottler. 

KING D II, cor 3d and Depot 

Brick Maker. 

Fogle A, e Belew's Creek * 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Bennett J A, Main nr 4th 

SENSEMAN W & CO, Main cor Belew's Creek * 

Buggies, Etc. 
ALLEN S E, cor Main and 3rd 
BROWN, ROGERS & CO, cor 4th and Main 
CRAWFORD R R, 4th cor Liberty 
MEINUNG FRANCIS C, Main nr New Shallowford * 
White J A & Son, upper Liberty 

Cabinet Makers. 

Peterson J E, Old Shallowford nr Elm 
Shultz W F, Main * 
Tise Cicero, Main bet 3d and 4th 
Vogler A C & Son, Main * 

Candy Manufacturer. 

Hall W H, Main nr Fish Alley * 

Thrown Rno*prQ /^ flri Can supply either farmers or mei - 
-U>1UW11. IVU^yib (Xj yjU. chants with any article to K- 
found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



DTT TT^'i Y-| fY Bottler of Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Soda 
. JlX. X^XIi^, Water and Ginger Ale. Office, Third and 
Depot Sti'eets, Winston, N. C. 

152 DIEECTORY.— Commercial. 

Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

Baity W D & Sons, Main nr 3rd 
Tise Cicero, Main bet 3d and 4th 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

LEOPOLD I, mfr of Twin-City, Leopold's Ponies, Pine Logs, 
Leopold's Havannas, Henry Clay, " J C Calhoun," " Lone 
Lidian," " Lone Squaw," Liberty bet 3d and 4th 

THOMPSON V O, mfs of " Queen Sumara," '- Bethabara," 
"Wachovia," "Red Elephant," "Rough and Ready," 
" Round Knob," and many other choice brands, factory 
Main between 5th and 6th 

Civil Engineer. 

LUDLOW J L, cor 3d and Main 

Clay Pipe Manufactory. 

Salem Pipe Manufactory, East Salem * 

Clothing. 

Berwanger Bros, 3d bet Main and Liberty 
Jacobs Joseph, cor Main and 3d 
Miller M, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
ROSENBACHER & BRO, Liberty nr 4th 
SCHOULER D D, cor Liberty and 4th 
Summei-field C & Co, Main nr 4th 
Thornton & Co, Liberty nr P O 

Coal. 

KING D H, cor 3d and Railroad 

Collecting Agency. 

xMANUFACTURERS' COLLECTING COMPANY'S DIREC- 
TORY, Liberty nr 4th 

m^m y i Mih I y mmm& hUkkmh I Uj w yy ., 

PUBLISHERS of the MANUFACTURERS' COLLECTING 

COMPAN Y ' S DIRECT R 7, CO ELECTS 

IN ALL PARTS OF THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST, HAVING 

ENDORSED AND RECOMMENDED ATTORNEYS IN EACH 

TOWN SUPERIOR FACILITIES for LOCAL COLLECTING. 

Commission Merchant. 

Fraley D R, 4th nr Liberty 

Watkins N V, 4th bet Liberty and Main 

Young J G, 4th nr Liberty 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Best grades Syrup, Molasses, Sugars, Coffees, 
Teas, Flour, Meal, Lard, Hams, Spices, Extracts, Crackers, also a full 
line of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices. 



IOW PRICES, Good goods, fair dealings, and satisfaction guaranteed, 
_J to all those who purchase Hardware, Crockerj', Stoves, Agricultural Im- 
lilements, or anj'thing in his line, at S E Allen's, cor Main & 3d Sts, Winston. 

DIEECTORY.— Commercial. 153 

Confectionery. 

Bntner T M, Main nr Belew's Creek * 
Ft rd & Bro, Main nr 3rd 
FULTON J F, Liberty bet 4th and 5tli 
Jones & Wilson, Main nr 2nd » 

Contractors and Builders. 
Bell R, nr Liberty 
Cook J W, Fairview * 

FOGLE BRO'S, Belew's Creek opp Chestnut * 
jSIolver Henry, 1st cor Pine 
McKniojht Edward, East 
MILLER BRO.'S, Chestnut cor 1st 
-Miller J C, Liberty ex n Winston 
Pitts Rufns, East 
Tavis C H, Depot cor 6th 
Weir Henry, nr Liberty 

Cotton Factory. 

Fries F & H, New Shallowford nr Cherry 

Cotton Gin. 
Shaftner Dr J F, New Shallowford nr High 

Crockery and Glassware. 
ALLEN SIDNEY E, cor Main and 3rd 
Baity W D & Sons, Main nr 3d 
Tv-e Cicero, Main bet 3d and 4th 

Dentists. 
BLUM DR J A, h Spruce cor 4th 
HORTON DR H V, 3d bet Main and Liberty 
HUNTER DR J W, Main nr Belew's Creek * 
WATKCNS&CONRA.D, Main nrlst * 

Distillery. 

Smith John R, Old Town nr limits 
Stipe William B, 5th 

Dress Makers. 
Dallas Mrs E 0, Liberty nr 6th 
Eberhard Miss Sophia, Widows' Home * 
Griffin Misses Ella and Cora, Pond nr High * 
Hill Miss Cora, Railroad pi * 
Hyre Miss Lizzie, Salt below Bank * 
Jones Misses M M and J L, Jones Houje, Main 
Levister Mrs N A, Starbuck block, Main 
Ma8ten Miss Letitia, Sisters' House * 
Meyers Mollie T, Main nr 3d 

T^r \T C\ 'Vhninnann I>ruggist, carefully compounds pre- 
±JX . V • v7« -A- llUllipoUU J scriptions at all hours, day or nioht. 

Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTX T^TY^fV I^ealer in best grades of Steam, Smithing, 
> XI. J^llJ.^ J Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

154 DIEECTOKY.— Commercial. 

Miller Miss A D, Elm ~ 

Newton Mrs M C, Liberty 
Kugger Mrs Isabella, Old Plank rd 
STEWART MRS C C, Liberty cor 5th 
STONE MISS MAMIE, cor 4th and Liberty 
Tesh Miss Laura, Sisters' House * 
TOWNSEND MRS N, Liberty nr oth 
White Mrs J S, Main nr 4th 
Wiggins Miss Mollie, 5th nr Hillside av 
Witliams Miss Susie, Mam nr 3rd 
Woolen Miss Maggie, 7th nr Cherry 

Druggists. 

Ashcraft & Owens, Main and 3d 
RROWN & BROWN, cor Liberty and 4th 
SHAFFNER I)R J F, Main cor Fish al * 
THOMPSON DR V 0, 4th bet Main and Liberty 

Dry Goods. 

Baity W D & Sons, Main nr 3d 

CARTER W T & CO, cor Main and 4th 

Clark & Ford, cor 4th and Liberty 

CLINARD & BROOKES, Main * 

Franklin W L & Co, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Fries, Giersh & Senseman, Main * 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm 

Poindexter H D, cor Old Town and 4th 

PuUiam & Newman, Liberty nr P 

Reid David S, cor Main and 2nd 

ROSENBACHER & BRO, 3d nr Main 

SCHOULER D D, cor Liberty and 4th 

Sunmieriield C & Co, Main nr 4th 

Thornton & Co, Liberty nr 4th 

Tise Jacob & Co, cor Main and 4th 

Vaughn & Pepper, 4th cor Liberty 

Welfare C R, Main 

Electric Light Co 
Winston Electric Light and Motive Power Co, cor 5th and 
Main 

Express Co 
SOUTHERN EX. CO, W Kerner, agt. Main bet 1st and 2d 

Fancy Goods and Notions. 
Baity W D & Sons, Main nr 3d 
Clark & Ford, cor 4th and Liberty 
CLINARD & BROOlvES, Main * 

Q 1? i) c Winston's popular Druggists, can supply any 

IjIOWII iSi i3lOWr\ want, and carefully compound prescriptions 
at all hours, day or night. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher & Brother. sKLfotdl 



in the State. 



DIEECTORY.— Commercial. 155 

Franklin W L & Co, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Fries, Giersh & Senseman, Main * 

IlINSIIAW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm 

Poindexter H D, cor Old Town and 4th 

Pnlliam & Newman, Liberty nr P 

Reid David S, cor Main and 2nd 

ROSENBACHER & BRO, 3d nr Main 

SCHOULER D D, cor Liberty and 4th 

Summerlield C & Co, Main nr 4th 

Tise Jacob & Co, cor Main and 4th 

Thornton & Co, Liberty nr P O 

Welfare C R, Main 

Florists. 

Chitty Miss Elizabeth, Sisters' House 
Starr Stephen, Main * 

Foundry. 
SALEM IRON WORKS, Salt nr Belew's Creek * 
VANCE J A, cor let and Depot 

Furniture. 
STEVENS R & CO, wks Salt, Sal^m, store Liberty cor 3rd, 

Winston 
Tise Cicero, Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Vogler A C & Son, Main nr Ist 

General Merchandise and Grocers. 

Adams Dick, col, Reservoir 

ARTHUR W R, Main nr Shallowford * ^ 

Baity W D, Main nr 3rd ' 

Bailey R D, Main nr limits * 

BARBEE & YOUNG, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Barrett G W, Belew's Creek rd * 

Bason Giles, col, Sycamore 

Berrier L P, Main nr 3rd 

Blum Irving, Liberty ex 

Brown W H, Main cor Fish al 

BYERLY & SON, Liberty ex 

CARTER W T & CO., cor 4th and Main 

Clark & Ford, cor 4th and Liberty 

CLINARD & BROOICES, Main nr Fish al * 

Derr W D, Liberty nr 5th 

Donigan Mrs E, 2nd 

Efird & Bro, Main nr 3rd 

Fagg J C, cor Old Town and 5th 

Fries, Giersh & Sensemen, Main nr Bank * 

FULTON J F, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

S/^ ff) r II <♦ r{ Stoves, Ranees, Furnaces, Heaters, 

I'OWri, ^Ogei"^ & Co. steam, Gas and Water Piping, and 
Sheet Iron. 



DTT T^T j-^ fyt Bottler of the celebrated Robert Portner, Vienna 
. jn. J^ili^; and Tivoli Beer. Office, Third and Depot Streets, 

Winston, N. C. 

156 DIRECTOEY.— Commercial. 

Gilmer J E, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Graham Kichard F, 4th bet Main and Liberty 

Hall A F, Main nr 4th. 

Ham Wm R, Liberty. 

Hairston Richard, Reservoir. 

Hawkins & Co, (col) Depot. 

Hege Louis, (col) 7th East. 

Hester Henry A, Liberty ex. 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm. 

Hopkins P N, Depot cor 5th. 

Hoskins E N, Liberty cor Chestnut. 

Huband Adolph, Church cor 5th. 

Hudson W D, Main nr Bank * 

Jones & Wilson, Main nr 2nd. 

Lash Frank, Depot. 

Lloyd H, Depot cor 5th. 

McCrary R A, Main nr 4th. 

ISIartin F A, Liberty bet 4th and 5th. 

Neal & Chamberlain, 4th and Cherry. 

Nissen G F & Co, Waughtown. 

Paylor J D, Liberty nr 5th 

Peddycord John, 4th cor Shallowford rd 

Penry Albert, (col) 7th nr City limits 

Pierce X B, Depot nr 3d 

Pindle & Easily, (col) h Reservoir 

Poindexter H D, cor Old Town and 4th 

Reid David S, cor Main and 2nd 

Reid John A, cor Liberty and 5th 

Rugirer John, Shallowford 

SHORE H W, Main cor New Shallowford * 

Shore N T, Main nr West * 

Snipes W F, Reservoir 

SPAUGH D A, Main nr Belew's Creek * 

Stout James W, Liberty 

Styron T P, 4th nr Main 

Swepson & Banks, 4th nr Main 

Thornton & Co, Liberty 

Tise J & Co, Main cor 4th 

Toliver Samuel, (col) Church nr 5th 

Unthank & Walker, (col) cor 4th and Church 

Vaughn & Pepper, 4th cor Liberty 

Warren J B, 2nd cor Depot 

Welfare C R, ^Lain, Winston and Salem 

White J H, jr. Liberty cor 8th 

Williams H J & Co, cor Main and 4th 



TT,'.,„l.«rr, HIT/, J ««»,,«» Immense Stock Of Ladies Dress Goods, ^ otious, Tnm- 
Hin^hSWX/ mPnPSPl^ min^s, Laces, Hosiery. White Goods. Bleached and 
lllilullun IX lUuUuUlll) Brown Domestics, Ginghams, Lawns, Prints, Cahcoes, 

etc. Splendid assortment of Carpet and Straw Mattings at prices that defy competition 



STT A 1 1 <^n Agent for Farmer Girl Cook Stove, Farmer Favorite. 
• J-^* -iVlit/Il^ Grain Drills, Farmer Friend Plows, Leader Corn 
Sheller. Cor. Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

DIEECTOEY.— Commercial. 157 

Gent's Furnishings. 
Baity W D, Main nr 3d 
Berwanorer Bros, 3d bet Main and Liberty 
CARTER W T & Co, cor Main and 4th 
Franklin W L & Co, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
Fries, Giersh & Senseman, Main * 
Jacobs Joseph, cor 3d and Main 
Pulliam & Newman, Liberty nr P O 
ROSENBACHER & BRO, 3d bet Liberty and Main 
Snmmerfield C & Co, Main nr 4th 
Thornton & Co, Liberty nr P 
Welfare C R, Main 

Grist and Flour Mills. 
Fries F & H, New Shallowford nr Cherry * 
Sides Permanie, Mill nr Marshall * 

Gun and Locksmiths. 

Beck William E, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Dettmar William, Main nr Cemetery * 
Yogler T, Main nr Walnut * 

Hardware and House Furnishing Goods. 

ALLEN S E, cor Main and 3rd 

BROWN, ROGERS & CO, cor 4th and Main 

CRAWFORD R R, 4th cor Liberty 

Fries, Giersh & Senseman, Main * 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm. 

Harness Manufacturers. 

Hine G C, Main nr 2d 

Shipley John W, Main bet 2d and 3d 

Shore H L, Main * 

Hats and Caps. 
Baity W D & Sons, Main nr 3d 
Berwanger Bros, 3d bet Liberty and Main 
CARTER W T & CO, cor Main and 4th 
CLINARD & BROOKES, Main * 
Franklin W L & Co, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
Fries, Giersh & Senseman, Main nr Bank * 
HINSHAW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm 
Poindexter H D, cor Old Town nr 4th 
Pulliam & Newman, Liberty nr P 
ROSENBACHER & BRO, 3d and Liberty nr 4th 
SCHOULER D D, Liberty nr 4th 
Spaugh D A, Main * 

"PV|, "XT f\ ^\-\/-\YY^r\l^nY^ Farmers passing through Winston 

Ul . V. \J, 1 11 <Jlli[JbU 11. ^ill find it to their interest to leavi' 
their orders with me. Fourth Street, Winston, N. C 



DTX "D^-i Y^ o» Dealer in Kennebec River Ice, in large or smxll 
• XjL. J^bk.lU.^ 5 quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Winston or Salem. Office, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

158 DIRECTOEY.— Commercial. ~ 

Summeriield C & Co, Main nr 4th 
Thornton & Co, Liberty nr P 
Tise Jacob & Co, cor ^lain and 4th 
Vauo;hn & Pepper, 4th cor Liberty 
Welfare C R, Main 

Hoisery Manufacturers. 
HOUGH A G & CO, Elm * 

Hotels. 
HOTEL FOUNTAIN, W R Tickers, propr. Main bet 2d and 

3d 
MERCHANTS' HOTEL, W R Vickers, propr, Main bet 2d 

and 3d 

Ice Dealer. 
BING D H, cor Depot and 3d 

Insurance Agents. 
BISHOP T P, Main nr 3d 
ELLER A H, Main cor Ist 
GRAY EUGENE E, Main nr 3d 
GRIFFITH E A, 4th bet Main and Liberty 
LINEBACK J A, cor Main and Bank * 
Summerell W, Hotel Fountain 
Watson & Buxton, cor 5th and Liberty 

Printers — Book and Job. 

BLUM L V & E T, Main nr West * 
GOSLEN J W, 3d bet Main and Liberty 
LANIER C G, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 
STEWART M I & J C, 3d bet Main and Liberty 
WESTERN SENTINEL The, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Livery Stables. 

BARHAM & HOLLAND. Church nr 3d 
CRUTCHFIELD & McARTHUR, Church bet 2d and 3d 
Robinson John A, 3d nr Church 
SPAUGH D A, Main * 
Stockton J H, Main nr Bank * 

Machine Shops. 

KESTER BROS, Main bet 4th and 5th 

SALEM IRON WORKS, C A Hege & Co, proprs, Salt nr 

Belew's Creek 
VANCE J A, cor 1st and Depot * 

Marble Works. 

BENNETT JOHN A, Main nr 4th 
COOPER W A & CO, 4th nr Main 

O-i <L €5^ Offer great inducements to farmers visiting 

ljrOWI\ CE ©rOWI\ Wlnston, in the line of drugs and choice 
Garden Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



Rosenbacher «& Brother. hTo'tt'Cil 



North Carolina. 



DIRECTOKY.— Commercial. 150 

Meat Market. 

Brim J H, col, cor 4th and Church 

Dalton P W, cor 4th and i:im 

Fagg J C, Old Town nr 5th 

Garland S & Co, col, Depot nr 5th 

Micke}' J E, cor Main and Belew's Creek * 

Murphy W A, Liberty nr 5th 

EICHARD J M, 4th nr Main 

Snipes C A, Church nr 5th 

Snipes W F, Reservoir 

Merchant Tailors. 
Johnston Robert D, 4th bet Main and Liberty 
Wilson P A, 3d cor Elm 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

DOUTHIT MRS N S, Main * 

MASTEN MRS A S, Main nr 3d 

SCHOULER D D, 3d nr Main 

STANTON & MERRITT, Main bet 2ud and 3rd 

Music Teachers. 

Hege Miss Augusta, Sisters' House * 
Meinung Miss Adelaide, Main * 
Meinung Prof Alex, Salt * 
VanVleck Miss Amy, Main * 
VanVleck Miss Louise, guitar, Main * 

Newspapers. 

PEOPLE'S PRESS, weekly, L V & E T Blum, props, Main nr 
West 

TWIN-CITY DAILY The, J Foy, editor and propr, Liber- 
ty bet 4th and 5th 

UNION REPUBLICAN The, J W Goslen, editor and propr, 
3rd bet Main and Liberty 

WESTERN SENTINEL The, V W Long, editor, Liberty bet 
4th and 5th 

Oil Co. 

Baltimore United Oil Co, office nr R R 

Painters— House and Sign. 

Crumpler J M, Chestnut cor Ist * 
Chick W H &'Son, Old Town 
Petree J H, Summit nr 5th 
Walker J A, cor 4th and Elm 

"Rvrkwn MrkCfd^'O J^T Ot\ Can supply either farmers or mei- 
iDrOWn. ilOgei S (K IjO. chants with any article to be 
found in a first-class Hardware or Agricultural Implement Store. 



DXT "I^"J Y\ Q» Solicits orders from all points on the Wilkesboro 
• -tX. X^lll^ Extension, Roanoke & Southern and Mocksville 
Railroads, for Ice. Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 

160 DIEECTOEY.— Commercial. 

Faints and Oils. 

Ashcraft & Owens, 3d and Main 
BROWN & BROWN, cor 4th and Liberty 
BROWN, ROGERS & CO, cor Main and 4th 
THOMPSON V O, 4th bet Main and Liberty 

Photographs. 

HOUGH S E, Main bet 2d and 3d 

LINEBACK U A, 3d bet Liberty and Old Town 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

BAHNSON DR H T, Church nr Academy * 

Dalton Dr D N, jr. Liberty cor 4th 

Ector Dr J G, Liberty nr 6th 

GRAY DR ROB AH F, 3d nr Main 

LOTT DR H STOKES, 4th bet Main and Liberty 

Mock Dr A L, Liberty nr 5th 

Montague Dr S J, Church nr Ist 

Shafiner Dr J F, Main * 

Siewers Dr N S, Main nr West * 

Pianos and Organs. 
ORMSBY W P, Main opp New Shallowford * 

Pottery. 

Crouse D T, Belew's Creek * 

Shaffner Henry, New Shallowford nr Salt * 

Private Schools. 

Broadaway Miss Maud, Liberty bet 6th and 7th 

Gilmer Miss V C, Cherry opp 3d 

Welfare Miss Jane, Main cor Cemetery * 

Real Estate. 

CAROLINA REAL ESTATE CO, R Stevens, manager, cor 

3d and Liberty 
Montague H, Main bet 2nd and 3d 
Wachovia Land Office, Main * 

Restaurants. 

Coats Dock, col, 3d nr Main 
Coleman Emma, Chestnut 
Scales Green, col. Chestnut nr 3d 
Wagner George, col, 3d nr Main 
Watt Kaziah, col, Chestnut nr 3d 
Welch J H, Main nr 3d 

HINSHAW & MEDEARIS. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes a speialty. 
All grades from the finest to coarse heavy, including a full assortment of P. 
Cox, Zieglar and Bay State Shoes, which are the best and most popular on the 
market. It will pay you to examine their stock before making your purchases. 



Low PRICES, Good goods, fair dealings, and satisfaction guaranteed, 
to all those who purchase Hardware, Crockery, Stoves, Agricultural Im- 
plements, or anything in his line, at S E Allen's, cor Main & 3d Sts, Winston. 

DIEECTOEY.— Commercial. 101 

Sash and Blind Factory. 

FOGLE BROS, Belew's Creek opp Chestnut * 

MILLER BROS, Chestnut cor Ist 

J C MILLER, north Winston nr Liberty 

Saw and Planing Mills. 

FOGLE BROS, Belew's Creek opp Chestnut * 

MILLER BROS, Chestnut cor 1st 

J C MILLER, north Winston nr Liberty 

Sewing Machines. 

DOMESTIC MACHINE CO, W P Ormsby, agt. Main * 
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, W B McWhorter, agt, 
Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Shoemakers. 

Crosland E S, Main cor Old Shallowford * 

Furcron James M, 4th nr Old Town rd 

Dodson George W, Main nr 4th 

HAILEY BROS, Liberty nr 3d 

Lewis W M, col, Chestnut nr 4th 

Lumle}'^ L E, Main cor 5th 

Mitchell Wesley, col. Liberty nr 5th 

Pitts J H, cor Main and 5th 

PORTER L M, Main nr Bank * 

Reich G A, Main nr Hege pi * 

Reich H C, 3d nr Liberty 

REICH J H, 3d nr Liberty 

Riggs Jesse, Liberty nr 4th 

Tucker William, cor Liberty and 5th 

Stoves and Ranges. 

ALLEN S E, cor Main and 3rd 

BROWN, ROGERS & CO, cor 4th and Main 

CRAWFORD R R, 4th cor Liberty 

SENSEMAN W & CO, cor Main and Belew's Creek * 

Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, J M Pendleton, manager, 3d bet 
Main and Liberty 

Tin and Coppersmith. 

Blum Irving, Liberty ex 

Tin and Sheet Iron Works. 

STEWART GEORGE, Main bet 3d and 4th 

Or V O ThnmnQnn ^^^ popular Winston Druggist, 
j_/i . y • \j, J. iiv/JJJ.|Jo\-rjj.j carries a complete and select stock 

of every description of proprietary medicine. 



DTJ" T^ino* ■'-^^''^^^'' ^" ^^^^ grades of 8team, Smithing, 
• -to.. X^lli^ J Foundry, Grate and Stove Coal, in car loads or 
less, at lowest prices. Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 

162 DIEECTORY.— Commercial. 



Tobacco Leaf Dealers. 

Carter & Pollard, cor Main and 2nd also 4^ nr Paplar 

Edmunds E C, New Shallowford * 

Meronej ]\I II, 4th nr Liberty 

Ogburn S A, cor Old Town and 7tb 

Roynolds R J, 3rd cor Church 

Richardson J A, Old Town 

Schaum F G, Depot cor 3rd 

Sheppard B J & Co, cor 4th and Chestnut 

Smith A A, cor Main and 2nd 

SMITH W F & SONS, Chestnut nr 4th 

Spencer J, 3rd nr Libert}' 

Walker M A & Co, 3rd cor Church 

AVilliamson M N, Old Town nr 5th 

Wilson E II, 2nd nr Liberty 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 
Bailey Bros, plug and twist, Chestnut nr 4th 
BITTING & HAY, plug and twist Cherry, nr 7th 
Blackburn, Dalton & Co, plug and twist. Cherry nr 6th 
BROWN & BRO, plug, twist, navy, fancy smoking, Church 
Butner J A & Co, Salt cor 1st 
BYERLY & SON, smoking, Liberty ex 
Bynuni, Gotten & Co, Cherry cor 6th 
Candler R L & Co, smoking and chewing, 4i nr Po[)lar 
EBERT, PAYNE & Co, Belew's Creek 
ELLIS W B & Co, Bcpot nr 1st 
Griffith & Bohannon, Depot nr 2nd 
Gray W T & Co, smoking, Chestnut nr4th 
Hamlen C & Sons, plug and smoking, Old town nr 5th 
Ilanes B F, plug. Chestnut nr 2nd 
Hanes P H & Co, Chestnut nr 3rd 
HODGIX BROTHERS & LUNN, Poplar nr 4th 
LOCKETT, VAUGHN & Co, Cherry bet 6th and 7th 
Nissen S J, Waughtown, p. o. Salem 
Ogburn, Hill & Co, chewing. Cherry cor 6th 
Ogburn S A, plug and twist, cor 7th and Church 
RED ELEPHANT Tobacco Works, H H Reynolds, Proprietor 

Liberty nr 1st 
Reynolds R J & Co, Chestnut nr 2nd 
SCALES HAM & Co, plug and twist, Church nr 6th 
Taj'lor Bros & Co, 1st nr Depot 
Yauo-hn T L, cor 5th and Old town 
WLIITAKER W A, plug and twist. Church cor 5th 
WILLIAMSON T F & Co, i)luor and twist. Church nr 5th 
Wood W W & Co, Old town bet 4th and 5th 



By the use of our Dental Fluid, your teeth will be 
Corner 4th and Liberty Streets. 



(T) ^ (7) By the use of our Dental Fluid, your teeth will be 

"Til own iV 'FiiOVVn kept perfectly sound and white, your breath pure 
ayi.»^>\-H *-*- -L^i-vyvYi^ .^j-^^ fragrant, and the gums prevented from bleodins: 



Rosenbacher & Brother, [■rj'.tir' -l 



North Carolina. 



DIKECTOKY.— Commercial. 163 

Tobacco Warehouses. 

Urown's Warehouse, Brown & Carter, Proprietors, Main 

bet 4th and 5th 
Farmers' Whaiehonse, AB Gorrell, Proprietor, Liberty bet 4th 

and 5th 
I'iedmont Warehouse, M W Xorfleet & Co, Proprietors, cor 

4th and Old Town 

Trunks and Valises. 

Bait}' W D & Sons, Main nr 3d 

(BARTER W T & CO, cor M&m and 4th 

Franklin W L & Co, Liberty bet 4th and 5th 

Fries, Giersh & Senseman, Main * 

;IIXSI1AW & MEDEARIS, 4th bet Liberty and Elm 

.Tacobs Joseph, cor 3d and Main 

ROSENBACHER & BRO, 3d nr Main 

Sunmieiiield C & Co, Main nr^4th 

Thornton & Co, Liberty nr p o 

Tise Jacob & Co, cor Main and 4th 

Undertakers. 

Tise Cicero, Main bet 3d and 4th 
Vogler A C & Son, Main nr let * 

"Wagon Manufacturers. 

MEIXUNG F C, Main near New Shallowford * 
XISSEN C F & CO, p o Salem * 
Nissen G E & Co, p o Salem * 
SPACE J C, Waughtown, p o Salem * 
WHITE J A & SON, Liberty 

"Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

Be van Joseph, Sr, 55 Main 

Butner T M. Main nr Belew's Creek * 

VOGLER WILLLIM T, Main bet 2nd and 3d 

Woolen Mill. 

Fries F & H, New Shallowford nr Salt 

Wines and Liquors. 

FISCHESSER JOSEPH, cor 3d and Church 

H art man J H, 3d nr Main 

LOPER C H, Old Town nr 4th 

Loeper E, Liberty cor 3d 

Rose M W, 3d nr Main 

Vogler A L, Chestnut nr 4th 

S-<^ _, © ^ i^ <» r( Builders' Hardware, Nails, Screws, 

I'OWri, l\Oget'^ ^ Co. Bolts, Locks, Knobs, Hingis, Rope; 
White Lead, Oil, Wadsworth's Pure Mixed Paint and Brushes. 



DXir T^ir^ ry I^ealer in Kennebec River Ice, in large or small 
• J--L« X^lU^j quantities. Orders delivered to any part of 
Winston or Salem. Office, Third and Depot Streets, Winston. 



164 



CENTERVILLE DIEECTOEY. 



CBNTBRVILLE. 



Adams James, lab 
Byerly Eli, 
Cly Mrs Sarah, col 
Conrad Jerry, col 
Davis Mrs Jessie 
Dillard Ham, col 
Evans Mrs Delphi ne 
Evans M rs Nancy, wid 
Fries Thad, col 
Grimes Gus, col 
Hampton Joe, col 
Hauser Isaac 



Hanser Lizzie 
Hill Sam, col 
Johnson John, col 
Kye Tate 

Manning Miss Arabella 
Penn Shelton, col 
Ferryman — 
Pickett General, col 
Rominger Joseph 
Rominger Rosa 
Rominger Riifus 
Siddler Ruffin, col 
Smith Thamas, col 



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WAUGHTOWN. 



Albertson Samuel, wagon ma 

ker 
Aldred Cyrus, wagon maker 
Allen Green, jr, tob worker 
Allen Green, col, tob worker 
Bannon Belle, col 
Bannon Dennis, col, lab 
Bawter J L, lab 
Blnm AVm, wagon maker 
Bodenhammer J P, wagon ma^ 

ker 
Bodenhammer J P, clerk 
Bodenhauimer Mack, black 

smith 
Brendle Chas, blacksmith 
Brendle Mrs Emily, wid 
Brendle John, blacksmith 
Brown Jesse, driver 
Brown Peter, blacksmith 
Brown Wm C, farnier 
Brown Wm P, agt o^issen Wa- 
gon Co 
Bntner Cindy, col, 
Butler W T, wagon maker 
Charles Geo, clerk 



-Mast en Margaret, col 
Miller Geo, col, tob worker 
Miller Tom, col, tob worker 
Morris Charles, col, lab 
Myers James, wagon maker 
Kewsom Frank, wagon maker 
Is'ewsom G W 

Newsom Green, brick maker 
Xewsom Jacob, blacksmith 
•Newsoni Lender, carpenter 
Newsom Miss Lucy 
Nicholson Arthur, wagon ma- 
• ker 

Nifong Hamilton, wagon maker 
Nissen C F & Co, wagon mfrs, 

P O address Salem 
Nissen G E & Co, wagon mfrs, 

P Salem 
Nissen S J, tob mfr, Waugh- 

town h do, P O address Salem 
•Kissen William, Geo Nissen & 

Co, P Salem 
Park Miss Hattie 
Park S J, blacksmith 
Peek Miss Laura 



HINSHAW & MEDEARIS sell Star Brand Special Tobacco Manure, Anchor 
Brand Tobacco Fertilizer, and Star Brand Guano— three of the best brands fer- 
tilizers made. They also sell only the best qualities Red Clover, Sapling Clo- 
ver. Timothy, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass and Herd Grass Seed. 




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-^^AAtrllj Glassware, House Furnishing Goods, Stoves, &c., cor- 
ner Main and 3rd Streets, Winston, N. C. 

WAUGHTOWN DIEECTOEY. 167 

Clinard Wm, Painter Peek Miss Mary J 

Oline Richard, wagon maker Pfaft' A T, blacksmith 

Clodfelter Chas, blacksmith Phillips Elliott, lab, 

Clodfelter Daniel, Phillips John, repairer 

Clodfelter John, blacksmith Phillips Lee, wagon maker 

Clodfelter John L, blacksmithPhillips W W, wagon maker 

Cook Wm, wagon maker Pope C F, genl store 

Crews Cornelius, blacksmith Reed Alec, col, farmer 

Crews Mose, lab Reeds John, wagon maker 

Crowder Geo, blacksmith Reeds Rudie 

Crowder Louis, wagon maker Reynolds Bro's, tob mfrs 

Crowder Nathaniel, farmer Reynolds Charles, Reynolds 

Dalton Mrs F C Bro's 

Dalton Fannie, col Reynolds John, Reynolds Bro's 

Drone Mrs Susan, wid Reynolds Thos, Reynold-s Bro's 

Ellis Tom, col, blacksmith Richardson Clay, col, lab 

Ferguson Charles, painter Rights James, driver 

Fiddler Frank, carpenter Rights "Wm, lab 

Fiddler Wm, wagon maker Robbins James, tob worker 

Foskuf Mingo, col, mason Rowland Callie, col 

Foy Louisa, col, washer Rowland Lottie, col 

Foy Wm, col, lab Russell Sam, fireman 

Fries Harry, col Saunders David, guard 

i^'ries Jack, lab Sheppard Wm, wagon maker 

Fries Wash, col, barber Sides Alfred, wagon maker 

Gibbons Henry, driver Sides S A, carpenter 

Glascow Wm H, farmer Sink Henry 

Green Hampton, col, lab Sink Jacob 

Hampton Wm, driller Sink John H, grocery 

Hanes Rev S M, col, pastor MSink Miss Rachel E 

E church Sink Thomas 

Hardman Lou, hauler Sink W L, saw mill 

Harmon Albert Sink Zeno, saw mill 
Harrison Henry, col, tob work-Smith Jim, farmer 

er Smith John, wagon maker 
Hairston Tarry, col, tob workerSmith M D, wagon maker 

Hairston Tyler, blacksmith Snyder Miss Laura 

Hauser Wm, driver Spach J C, wagon mfr 

Hege A, blacksmith Spece Frank, blacksmith 

Hege Miss Nancy J Spraker Henry, lab 

Hege Mrs Rena, wid Steede Joe, painter 

Hege Samuel, clerk Stewart Louis, house painter 

Hege Miss Sarah B Swiram Bennet, painter 

Hensdle Miss Bertha Swimm James, blacksmith 



Dl* \T O ThmnriQnn I>ruggist, carefully compounds pre- 
1. \. \J. J- llUllipouilj scriptions atallhours, dayornioht. 
Fourth Street, Winston. 



DTT" T^i y\ cr '"^"^'ici*^^ orders from all points on the Wilkesbor' 
J J-X. JL^IH^ Extension, Roanoke <t Southern and Mocksvill 
Kailroads, for Ice, Coal, Mineral Water and Beer. 



168 



WAUGHTOVVN DIEECTORY. 



Hensclle Harrison, waoroiimak-Swimm Jim 



er 
Hepler Geo, col 
Heston Benj, wagon maker 
Hestor Emory, wagon maker 
Hestor James, painter 
Hestor Lee, wagon maker 



Swimm Mrs Jane, wid 
Swimm Jefferson, blacksmith 
Swimm Samuel, blacksmith 
Teagne Charles, wagon maker 
Teague Geo, wagon maker 
Thomas Wm, farmer 
Tncker Joseph, saw mill 



Hicks Samuel, wagon maker 

Hicks Samuel C, wagon makerVogler J M, turner 

Holder Henry, blacksmith Wall Robert, shoe maker 



Hoover A L, saw mill 
Huff Marion, painter 
Jenkins H T, wagon maker 
Jenkins Mrs S, wid 
Johnson Joe, col, lab 
Jones Wm, helper 
Kellam Dave, col, termer 
Knouse Edward, clerk 
Lane Mrs Betsey, wid 
Ledford Thos T, lab 
Lent David, wagon maker 
Levison Henry, well digger 



Waters Turner, driver 
W^ensner Eli, drayman 
Webber Dr J H, physician 
Welch John, farmer 
AVhite Frank, farmer 
White Henry, farmer 
White John, lab 
White Samuel, farmer 
Witherington A R, shoe 

maker 
Witherington J W, shoe 

maker 



Leybass Joshua, wagon maker Waugh Bettie, col 

Light P T, wheelright Waugh Elsie, col, school 

Llewellyon Cora, col teacher 

Lloyd Samuel, lab Waugh Sallie, col, school 

Lougworth Frank teacher 

Longworth Wm, com trovellerWaughtown Baptist Church 

Malone Leroy,^col, wagon mak-Waughtown Church (old) 

Yokley A, livery and sale 

stables 
Yokley Charles, horse dealer 
Yokley Miss Ella 
Yokley Miss Emma 



er 
Martin Mrs E, wid 
Martin Henry, teamster 
Masten Isom, col, tob worker 
Masten James, farmer 



Yokley Wm, horse dealer 



J. L. LUDLOW, C. E., 

jiaiii, 

WINSTON, N. C. 

Office Oor3n.er .^^aiin and. 3d. Streets. 

€) V ^rt ^^ Offer gi»eat inducements to faiyners visiting 

DrOWI| CSi DrOVYII Wlnston, in the line of drugs and choic-, 
riardpn Seeds of all kinds. Corner Liberty and 4th Streets. 



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