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Wilmington, N. C



COMMITTEE:

I JAMES KYLE

President Sec'y-Treas. and Traf. Man.

ERS M. F. H. GOUVERNEUR

^K M. S. WILLARD



^.«. V,. w.^,,^..,« COMMITTEES FOR 1907

The first named is Chairman, with the exception of the Arbitration Commit-
tee, which elects its own Chairman.



Arbitration Committee — Wm. Cal-
der, George R. French, J. C. Steven-
son, C. W. Worth, D. L. Gore.

Banks and Currency Committee —
Jno. S. Armstrong, C. P. Bolles, Jr.,
H. C. McQueen, M. J. Heyer, Hugh
MacRae.

Insurance Committee — M. S. Wil-
lard, J. A. Springer, Wm. Gilchrist,

Health and Sanitation Committee —
Walker Taylor, J. Van B. Metts.

C. C. Covington, D. C. Love, A. H.
Zoeller, Alex. Adrian.

Public Entertainment Committee —
M. "W. Jacobi, Jno. R. Turrentine, Jr.,
T H. Watters, J. H. Rehder, T. D.
Meares, T. C. James.

Legislation Committee — Jno. A. Ar-
ringdale, W. H. Chadbourn, G. H. Smith,

D. McEachern.

New York and Chicago Quotation
Committee — M. J. Corbett, H. L. Vol-
lers, L. B. Rogers, R. H. Pickett, J. E.
Crow, R. W. Price.

Membership Committee — Walker
Taylor, Samuel Bear, Jr., Roger Moore,
Gabriel Holmes, J. H. Chadbourn, P.
Pearsall, W. E. Perdew.

Agriculture and Immigration Com-
mittee— H. W. Malloy, J. T. King. B.
F. Keith. Chas. L. Mitchell, Thos. F.
Bagley, S. P. McNair, Geo. O. Gay-
lord.

Harbor, Shipping and Commerce
Committee— H. W. Malloy, H. G.
Smallbones, James Sprunt, B. F. Hall,
S F. Craig, J. H. Brown, W. E.
Worth, T. D. Meares.



Towpge and Pilotage Committee —
R. A. Parsley, H. G. Smallbones, T. D.
Love, R. N. Sweet. J. W. Brooks (of
Brooks & Taylor).

Quotations of Cotton Committee —

D. L. Gore, J. F. McNair, W. H. Sprunt,
Wm. Calder, C. W. Worth, T. D.
Love.

Public Utilities Committee — L. B.
Rogers, W. B. Cooper, Geo. R. French,
M. W. Divine, P. Quince Moore, J. H.
Brown.

Industrial and Business Enter-
prises Committee — W. E. Worth, J.
Hal. Boatwright, W. H. Brown, Jas.
H. Chadbourn.

Advertising Committee — M. F. H.
Gouverneur, O. H. Wright, Sol Bear,
L. B. Rogers, Samuel Bear, Jr.

Transportation and Traffic Commit-
tee— J. A. Taylor, C. W. Worth, R. A.
Parsley.

Information and Statistics Commit-
tee — W. H. Sprunt, B. Solomon, W. R.
Barksdale, J. W. Craig. C. H. King. W.
L. Miller.

Quotations on Naval Stores Com-
mittee — C. H. Robinson, D. McEachern,
J. T. Rankin, C. W. Worth, M. J.
Heyer, D. L. Gore.

Finance and Grievance Committee —
J. H. Chadbourn, L. Bluethenthal, I.
M. Bear, J. K. Corbett, W. B. Copper,

E. C. Holt, H. A. Burr.

Railway, Postal, Telegraph and Ex-
press Services Committee — Geo. R.
French, M. W. Divine, T. S. McManus.

Inspection of Grain Committee —
Jas. I. Metts. M. J. Corbett, G. J.
Boney.



ATLANTIC
NATIONAL BANK

Wilmington, N. C

Depository of the United States, State of North
Carolina and County of New Hanover.



Strong, Sound and as Liberal as Safety will permit.
Caters particularly to the accounts of Individuals,
Merchants, Firms and Corporations. : : : :

THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN WILMINGTON

Capital $125,000.00 T'l ' 1. 1 ^ Ij.

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Carolina Trudging
Development Co,

WILMINGTON, N. C.

FARMNG LANDS FOR SALE

We are the largest holders of Farming Lands in North Carolina,
and offer choicest types of soils in Farms of all sizes. Titles guaran-
teed. Improved and unimproved Land in the heart of the famous
"Trucking Belt" of Eastern North Carolina.

EASY TERMS TO BUYERS

Money Invested in Farm Land Here Pays Better Than Anywhere in

the United States.
Liberal Commissions to Agents and Real Estate Dealers.
For full information address

CAROLINA TRUCKING DEVELOPMENT CO.
Box 912, Wilmington, N. C.

W. T. Mercer Furniture Co.

Dealers in

Furniture and House Furnishings

CARPETS, MATTINGS, DRUGGETS, COUCHES.



We Sell Everything Usually Sold in a First-Class Furniture Store.



Ill Market Street. Phone 795,

WILMINGTON, N. C.



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ORTON



WILMINGTON, N. C. AMERICAN PLAN.

A DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED HOTUL
OF EXTREME ELEGANCE, SUPPLY-
ING EVERY LUXURY AND CONVEN-
IENCE :: :: :: :: ::

JOE H. HI NT ON, Proprietor

J. W. Murchison. Wm. E. Perdew.

J. W. Murchison & Co.

Importers and Jobbers in

Hardware, Tinware, Stoves

Agricultural Implements, etc.



Agents for Howe's Scales, Laflin & Rand Powder,
Peninsular Stoves and Ranges.



109-111 NORTH FRONT STREET.
3



S. L SMITH & SON

Manufacturers and Metal Workers

Tin, Slate, Tile and Gravel Roofing

Cornices, Skylight Funnels and all Designs of Sheet Metal Work.

HEATING and VENTILATING

Your business we solicit. Promptness, reliability and honest deal-
ing our watchword. Give us your business and don't regret it.

Office and Works, 8th St. and A. C. L. Tracks.
Long Distance Phone 952. P. 0. Box 309.

WILMINGTON, N. C.



Atlantic Blow Pipe Co.



Manufacturers and Installers of



''The Atlantic Blower System''




Cyclones, Furnace Feeders, Blowers, Cool-
ing System. Plans and Estimates Fur-
nished Free Upon Application. Best of
References,

Office and Factory,

8TH ST. AND A. C. L. TRACKS.

Phone 952.

WILMINGTON, N. C.



Maggie Whiteman Steward

SCALP AND COMPLEXION SPECIALIST.

SHAMPOOING AND MASSAGING

Develops and Reduces any part of the Body. Removes Superfluous
Hair. City References. Phone 1543.

BEAUTIFYING PARLORS, - - 13-4 lAIARKET STREET.

J. A. GREGORY

Sanitary Plumbing

HOT WATER AND STEAM FITTING, ETC.

Having Had 20 Years Experience in this Line of Business.

No. 8 SOUTH SECOND STREET.

Southern Almanac

Largest Circulation of any Almanac Published in the South



Circulation 100,000



Weather Predictions Without a Rival
Price by Mail 7 cents
Special Prices on Application



For Further Information Address

HILL DIRECTORY CO.

Directory and Almanac Publishers

RICHMOND : VIRGINIA

5



The Morning Star

WILMINGTON, N. C.

OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN NORTH CAROLINA.



We ariiarantee a reo-ular circulation of more than 3000 copies for
onr weelv-day issues, and more than 5000 copies for our Sunday
edition.



The Sunday Star

Is a most valuable medium to the general advertiser, and specially
to those who advertise periodically in large space.




The circulation of The Sunday Star is nu)re than twice as large
as that of any other Wilmington Daily.

Size of pages, six columns to the page, and twenty inches to the
column. Address

WM. H. BERNARD

Owner and Editor,

WII^ilNGTON, N. C.

6



The
Evening Dispatch

RICHARD P. McCLAMMY, Prop.



The Only Afternoon Paper Published in Wilmington



ITS CIRCULATION IS LARGER THAN THAT OF BOTH THE
MORNING PAPERS COMBINED

Advertising Rates Will be Made Known on Application.



To reach the people of Wilmington and the surrounding country

THE DISPATCH



IS THE PAPER



COMPLETE JOB PLANT

In Connection with the Paper.



Subscription Price, $3.00 per year

OFFICE: No. 205 MARKET STREET



Everything for the Office

C. W. Yates & Co.

WILMINGTON, N. C.

Book Dealers and Office Outfitters



Agents for Globe-Wemicke Filing Cabinets and
Bookcases. Looseleaf and Card Systems. All
Up-to-date Filing Appliances. Office Furni-
ture. Typewriters of All Makes. Carbon and
Ribbons.

KODAKS and SUPPLIES.



Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens, Etc. Victor Talking Machines.

Sporting Goods, Etc.




C. W. Yates & Company

117 MARKET STREET



Wilmington, N. C.

Directory

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Published by HILL DIRECTORY CO.



Containing a General and Business Directory, a Guide to the

Streets of Wilmington, N. C, Together with Much Useful

Information Classified as Miscellaneous.

SEE GENERAL INDEX, PAGE 11.




Member Association American Directory Publishers.



COPYRIGHT 1907 BY HILL DIRECTORY CO.



Price, $4.00

For Sale by C. W. YATES & CO., 117 Market St.

Directories of Other Cities on File in the Chamber of Commerce Office,
14 Princess Street.



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Home Office, Richmond, Va.



Fact No. 1 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

Perhaps no other factor reflects busi-
ness more keenly than bank clearings.

For the fiscal year 1906-1907 our com-
mercial banks handled

$130,000,000.00.
Does any other city of 35,000 that you
know of do so well? If you are seeking a
new business location, Avrite us for fur-
ther information.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No. 2 About

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

BANK RESOURCES:

Fiscal year 1906-1907,
$9,300,000.00
AGAINST
$8,074,000.00
for the previous year.
AN INCREASE OF OVER 15%.
Banks cannot prosper, unless those who
patronize them are likewise prosperous.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No. 3 About

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

POSTAL RECEIPTS:

Fiscal year 1906-1907,

$89,957.94;
Fiscal year 1902-1903,
$63,151.00.
INCREASE IN FOUR YEARS 42%.
This shows we're doing things, but we
need others to help us grow.

"Write us for full list of opportunities.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No. 4 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

Expenditures for buildiug Year 19UG,

$775,000.00;

Year 1903,

$249,000.00.

INCREASE IN THREE YEARS, 211%

And yet we can't supply the demand.

Let us tell you more about it.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmingfton, North Carolina.



Fact No. 5 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

Business of our various industries year

1906,

$48,000,000.00;

Year 1904,

$37,895,000.00.

INCREASE IN TWO YEARS, 26%.

Every branch receives its proportion of

this general increase. Are you doing as

well in your present location? We'll give

you any special information you may

require for the asking.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No. 6 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

By popular vote, an ordinance was passed
in the Spring of 1907
APPROPRIATING $900,000.00
For street and sewer improvements.
This will give us the finest system of
paved thoroughfares and also the most
complete sewerage system in America.
Do you know of any other city of like
size which can afford such extensive im-
provements ?

We enjoy answering letters of inquiry.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington. North Carolina.



Fact No. 7 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

The annual amount expended on pay
rolls reaches nearly
$4,000,000.00.
The general offices of the Atlantic
Coast Line give employment to eight hun-
dred people, and the cotton mills, fertilizer
factories and various other enterprises
afford abundant work for men of both
brains and brawn.
Won't you join us?

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No. 8 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

We are in the center of the most pro-
ductive TRUCKING BELT in the entire
country. This "BACK COUNTRY" has
perhaps contributed more to our success
than any other one cause, and the devel-
ment has just started in earnest.

ONE OF OUR FARMERS MADE
$10,500.00
from 14 acres of lettuce — three acres
under canvass and eleven in the open.
Where the "back country" is prosperous,
the city is bound to be. We have ex-
haustive data on this subject.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No. 9 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

WE shipped during the year 1906
$11,500,000.00
worth of grocer Sundries, and this is
but one of the commodities which forms
a part of our domestic and foreign busi-
ness. There are boundless opportunities
here for enterprising merchants. Let us
particularize.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



Fact No, 10 About
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.

As a place of residence, we offer an
excellent climate, splendid street car ser-
vice, and electric light and gas at very
moderate rates.

Our Superintendent of Health in his re-
port for the year 1905 shows but a frac-
tion above seventeen deaths to the thou-
sand inhabitants, which clearly establishes
our claim of second to none in general
healthfulness.

HITCH YOUR WAGON TO A STAR.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Wilmington, North Carolina.



General Index



Abbreviations,


37


Banks,


19-20


Building and Loan Assn,


20-21


Business Directory,


383-447


Cemeteries,


21


Chamber of Commerce,


25


Churches,


22-24


City Government,


14-15


Clubs.


24-2o


Commercial Organizations


, 25-26


County Government,


15-16


Courts,


18-19


Fire Department,


15


Hospitals and Homes,


26



Jewish Orders, 26

Merchants' Association, 25

Military, 26-27

I Military Associations, 27

Police Department, 14-15

I Post Office, 17-18

I Public Schools, 28

Societies — Miscellaneous, 28

Societies — Secret, 29-31

State Government, 16-17

Street Guide, 32.36

United States Government, 17-19

Young Men's Christian Assn, 28



Index to Advertisements



Atlantic Blow Pipe Co 4

Atlantic National Bank back cover and 1

Bellamy Robert R bottom lines

Cape Fear Machine Works bottom lines

Carolina Cut Stone Co 399

Carolina Savings & Trust Co back cover and 1

Carolina Trucking Development Co 2

Chamber of Commerce inside front cover

Clyde Steamship Co front cover

Consolidated Railways Light & Power Co side lines

Cumming W M front stencil edge

Delmonico Cafe bottom lines

Divine M W & Co top lines . .

Dubois AN 119

Evening Dispatch 7

Foster D R & Co bottom lines

Gilbert House 143

Goodman Henry M 145

Gregory JA 5

Herbst Frank 385

Huggins George W 183

Hyman Supply Co side lines

Kellam Hospital top lines and opp 188

Koeth L A H side lines

Leitner & Wilkins top lines

Life Ins Co of Va top lines

McLean Daniel P 228

McMillen & Cooper top lines

Mercer W T Co (Inc) 2

Mercer & Evans Co side lines

Metts J Van B bottom lines and 242

Meyer Leger front cover

Mills P T & Son 245

Montague Manufacturing Co top lines and bet 188 and 189

Moore's Roger Sons & Co back fly leaf

Morning Star 6



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 13

Munroe W & Co side lines

Murchison J W & Co 3

Niestlie William side Hues and 262

Orrell & Alexander 268

Orton House 3

Palace Market inside back cover

Piatt & Haar 279

Queen City Cycle Co ... top lines and 285

Reilly James Owen front cover and 290

Richmond Press opp 189

Simmons George C back cover

Smith S L & Son 4

Southern Electric Co bottom lines

Southern National Bank top lines and front cover

Steward Maggie W 5

Suttton & Williamson 334

Taylor Walker stencil edges and 339

Union Cycle Co 347

Wilder Herbert E side lines

Willard & Giles Co side lines

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce inside front cover

Wilmington Furniture Co bottom lines

Wilmington Granite & Marble Works front cover and 371

Wilmington Iron Works side lines

Wilmington Messenger back fly leaf

Wilmington Stamp Works bottom lines

Woodward & Son top lines and bet 188 and 189

Wright J G & Son back bone

Yates C W & Co 8

Yopp Andrew J 380



Miscellaneous



CITY GOVERNMENT



Mayor — William E Springer

City Attorney — Marsden Bella-
my Jr

Clerk, Treasurer and Tax Col-
lector — John J Fowler

Asst Clerk, Treasurer and Tax
Collector— Charles H White

Board of Aldermen

First Ward — Martin Rathjen, J
A Karr

Second Ward— Martin O'Brien,
Thomas W Wood

Third Ward— W H Yopp, Robt
H Northrop

Fourth Ward— Chas P Bolles
Jr, Wm R French Jr

Fifth Ward— Wm W King, Kel-
ly W Jewell

Committees of the Aldermen

Finance— W H Yopp, Chas P
Bolles Jr, Martin O'Brien

Fire — Wm R French Jr, Mar-
tin Rathjen, Chas P Bolles Jr

Light— Robt H Northrop, Mar-
tin O'Brien, W H Yopp

Market — Martin Rathjen, Wm
W King, J A Karr

Ordinance — Wm W King, Chas
P Bolles Jr, Thos W Wood



Police — Wm R French Jr, Kel-
ly W Jewell

Public Building — Kelly W Jew-
ell, Robt H Northrop, Wm R
French Jr

Sanitary— W H Yopp, Kelly W
Jewell, J A Karr

Streets and Wharves — Martin
O'Brien, Chas P Bolles Jr, Wm R
French Jr

Water Works — ^J A Karr, Thos
W Wood, W H Yopp

Board of Audit and Finance —
Henry C McQueen, Chairman;
Charles W Yates, Sion P Mc-
Nair, Jesse Wilder, M G Tiencken,
Thos D Meares, elk of Board

Superintendent of Health — Dr
Chas T Harper

Milk Inspector— Dr T B Carroll

Plumbinglnspector — R H Grant

Building Inspector — J J Fhir-
long

Quarantine Officer — Robt Green

Superintendent of Streets — R T
Pickett

Clerks of Markets

Front-Street Market— T H
Johnson

Fourth-Street Market — Josiah
Cumber

Police Department

Chief of Police— Nathan J Wil-
liams



MISCELLANEOUS



15



Captain — Geo W Smith
Sergeants — Chas S Burnett,

Chas W Woolard, B R King, E J

Grimsley

Fire Department

Chief — Charles Schnibben

Asst Chief— Will P Monroe

Superintendent — Fire Alarms —
Jonh T Yates

Co No 1, 4th cor Princess, Jno
N jMohr Jr foreman

Co No 2, 6th cor Castle, Wil-
liam A Canady foreman

Hose Co No 3, 606 n 4th, Lud-
wig Freimuth foreman

Hook and Ladder Co No 1,
Dock nr 4th, Will P Monroe asst
chief and foreman

Chemical Co No 1, 4th nr Mar-
ket, Peter N Fick foreman

Location Fire-Alarm Boxes

3 taps, fire out of testing cir-

cuit

5 taps, calls out extra hose wag-

on

4 taps, shut off electric light

6 taps, calls out extra engine
10 taps, riot call

12 taps, general alarm

13 Wilmington Compress

14 Nutt and Brunswick

15 Parsley's Mill

16 Fourth and Brunswick

17 Fifth and Nixon

18 Seventh and Harnett

19 Eight and Hanover

21 Champion Compress

22 Second and Market

23 Water and Chestnut



24 Front and Red Cross

25 Front and Grace

26 Third and Red Cross

27 Third and Princess

28 Fourth and Grace

31 Chadbourn Sash & Blind

Factory

32 Sixth and Princess

34 Seventh and Grace

35 Ninth and Chestnut

41 Blarket and Water

42 Dawson and Surry

43 Front and Orange

44 Surry & Castle

45 Front and Castle

46 Third and Nun

47 Third and Wooster

48 Fifth and Orange

49 Fifth and Castle

51 Seventh and Nun

52 Seventh and Queen

53 Eight and Market

54 Twelfth and Market

55 Eight and Dawson
61 Ninth and Orange

112 City Hospital

121 Angola Lumber Co

123 Standard Oil Co

124 Cape Fear Lumber Co

125 Pole & Tie Co

126 Fourth and Harnett

411 Second and Wright

412 Kidder's Mill



COUNTY GOVERNMENT



Sheriff — Samuel P Cowan
Chief Deputy — James H Tay-
lor Jr
Asst Deputy — W Harvey Cox



16



MISCELLANEOUS



Clerk Superior Court — John D
Taylor

Deputy Clerk — Wm N Harriss
Register of Deeds — John Haar
Treasurer — Hector McL Green
Coroner— Charles D Bell M D
Constable — William B Savage
County Commissioners — Dun-
can McEachern, chairman; W F
Alexander, W F Robertson, Hen-
ry L Vollers, M W Divine

Board of Audit and Finance of
County Commissioners — Duncan
McEachern, Henry L Vollers, "W
F Robertson, Clerk to Board;
Owen Fennell

Janitor Court House — E D
George

County Superintendent Schools
— Washington Catlett

Superintendent Health — Wm
D McMillan M D



STATE GOVERNMENT



Executive Department

Governor — Robert B Glenn
ILieutenant-Governor — Francis
D Winston

Secretary of State — J Bryan
Grimes

Auditor — Benjamin F Dixon

Treasurer — Benjamin R Lacy

Superintendent of Public In-
struction — J Y Joyner

Attorney-General — Robert D
Gilmer

Adjutant-General — B S Roys-
ter

State Librarian — M O Sherrill



The Governor's council con-
sists of the Secretary of State,
Treasurer, Auditor, Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction and At-
torney General

Corporation Commission

Corporation Commissioners —
Chairman, Franklin McNeil, Ra-
leigh; Members, Samuel L Rogers
and E C Beddiugfield, Raleigh;
Clerk, H C Brown, Raleigh

Supreme Court of North Carolina

Chief Justice — Walter Clark,
Raleigh

Associate Justices — WiUiam A
Hoke, Lincolnton; Geo H Brown
Jr, Washington; H G Connor,
Wilson; Piatt D Walker, Char-
lotte; Attorney-General R D Gil-
mer, Waynesville

Clerk— Thos S Kenan, Raleigh

Marshal— R H Bradley, Raleigh

Reporter — Raleigh

Meets in Raleigh first Monday
in February and last Monday in
August

Judges of the Superior Court of
North Carolina

First District— G W Ward,
Washington

Second District — R B Peebles,
Jackson

Third District— H Guion,
New Berne

Fourth District— C M Cooke,
Louisburg

Fifth District— Oliver H Al-
len. Kinston



MISCELLANEOUS



17



Sixth District— William R Al- 1 Secretary of Treasury— Geo B



len, Goldsboro



Cortelyou, New York



Seventh District— C C Lyon, | Secretary of War— Wm H Taft,



Elizabethtown

Eight District— Walter H Neal,
Laurinburg

Ninth District — J C Biggs, Dur-
ham

Tenth District — Benj F Long,
Statesville

Eleventh District — E B Jones,
Winston

TAvelfth District — James L
Webb, Lincolnton

Thirteenth District— W B Coun-
cil, Boone

Fourteenth District — M H Jus-
tice, Rutherfordton

Fifteenth — Fred Moore, Ashe-
ville

Sixteenth District — G S Fer-
guson, Wayesville



PORT WARDEN

(llli/o n Water)
Port Warden — William N Har-



ris



UNITED STATES GOVERN-
MENT



President — Theodore Roosevelt,
New York

Vice-President — Chas W Fair-
banks, Indiana

Secretaryof State— Elihu Root, j Stamp Clerk— Miss Nellie P



Ohio

Secretary of Navy — Victor H
Metealf, California

Secretary of Interior — James R
Garfield, Ohio

Secretary of Agriculture — Jas
Wilson, Iowa

Secretary of Commerce and
Labor — Oscar S Straus, New York

Postmaster-General — Geo Von L
Meyer, Massachusetts

Attorney-General — Chas L Bon-
aparte — Maryland

Speaker of the House — Joseeph
G Cannon, Illinois

Custom House

Collector of Customs — Benja-
bin F Keath

Special Deputy Collector —

John E Taylor

Deputy Collector — Thomas L
Vines

Inspector — Edward G Policy

Custodian — James E Howard

Post Office

Postmaster — Thos E Wallace

Assistant Postmaster — Warren
G Elliott Jr

Money Order Clerk — Miss Mary
D Davis

Registry Clerk — Jno D Dos-
cher Jr

Asst Registry Clerk — J Robt
Windley



New York



King



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MISCELLANEOUS



General Delivery Clerk — Eve-
rett McAllister

Mailing Clerks — J J Loughlin, E
B Loughlin, R F Coldwell, Jno
W Moore

Distributing Clerks— Jas A
Price, A F Guiton, H B Willson

Night Clerk— J Mercer Taylor

Stampers— C W Holsonback, E
L Leo, F M Hopkins

Carriers— W H Cutlar, W A
Green, R H White, J E Hall, J W
Neil, W G A Otersen, N T Richard-
son, Alex Sampson, Wm Sheehan
Jr, O D Telfair, Warren C Noyes,
Henry W Thurber

Substitute Carriers — Gilbert

Williams, A A Hergenrother

Special Messengers — Will Gil-
bert, Connor Guiton, Edward King

Custodian U S Court-House and
Post-Office Bldg— Thos E Wallace

Janitor — Jno E Silva

'Engineer — Jas Wenberg

Helpers — Jno MacRae, Geo W
Murray



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