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RALEIGH

CITY DIRECTORY,



PUBLISHED BY THE



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FOR THE YEAR

1886,

^ CONTAINING A

GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS OF RALEIGH,

TOGETHER WITH A

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AND AN

APPENDIX OF USEFUL INFORMATION, ICLUD-

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DIRECTORY



OF THE



STREETS AND AVENUES



IN THE



CITY OF RALEIGH



The centre of the Capitol Grounds is the starting point
of the numbers. Streets running East and West are: Hills-
boro from the Capitol westwardly, and Newbern Avenue
from the Capitol eastvvardly. Those running parallel with
Hillsboro and Newbern Avenue, on the jNoith side are: 1st,
Edenton ; 2nd, Jones; 3rd, Lane; 4th, North and Oakwood
Avenue; 5th, Johnson and Polk ; 0th, Peace; 7th, Firwood
Avenue (outside city).

Tlie streets running North and South are: Fayetteville
from the Capitol soutliwardly, and Halifax from the Capi-
tol northwardly. The streets running parallel with Fay-
etteville and Halifax, on the East side are: 1st, Wilming-
ton, and Jenkins from Smithtield southwardly; 2nd,
Blount; 3rd, Person; 4th, Bloodworth; 5th, East; 6th,
Swain street and Swain street alley; 7th, Haywood ; 8th,
Smith's Lane (outside the city).

Streets running North and South, f)arallel with Fayette-
ville and Halifax, on the West side are : 1st, Salisbury ; 2nd,
McDowell, and Manly from^outh street southwardly; 3rd,
Dawson; 4th, Harrington; 5th, West; 6th, Saunders, from
Hillsboro northwardly ; 7th, Boylan, from Hillsboro south-
wardly, and St. Mary's, from Hillsboro northwardly.

Bledsoe avenue runs from Wilmington street (next south
ofSmithfield)eastwardly. Blount streetalley from Wilming-
ton, between South and Smithtield, eastwardly. Linden
avenue and Elm street rui.s between East and Swain, Lin-
den runing from Jones to Oakwood Avenue, and Elm street
from Oakwood Avenue northwardly to the limits.



RALEIGH STREET DIRECTORY.



The streets running East and West, parallel with Hills-
boro and Newbern Avenue, on the South side are; 1st, Mor-
gan; 2nd, Hargett; 3rd, Martin ; 4th, Davie; 5th, Cabar-
rus ; 6th, Lenoir; 7th, South; 8th, Stnithfield — Hunter and
Worth — Cannon ; 9lh, Dodd (from Jenkins to Wilmington)
and McKee from Fayetteville to Manly.

On the streets running East and West, the blocks between
Fayetteville-Halifax and Wilmington are numbered from
one upwards; between Wilmington and Blount, in the one
hundreds; between Blount and Person, in the two hun-
dreds; between Person and Bloodworth, in the three hun-
dreds ; between Bloodworth and East, in the four hun-
dreds; between East and Swain, in the five hundreds; be-
tween Swain-Haywood and the limits, in the six hundreds;
between Fayetteville-Halifax and Salisbury, from one
upward; between Salisbury and McDowell in the one hun-
dreds ; between McDowell and Dawson in the two hundreds;
between Dawson and Harrington in the three hundreds ; be-
tween Harrington and West in the four hundreds; between
West and Saunders in the five hundreds ; between Saunders
and Boylan avenue in the six hundreds; between Boylan
avenue and limits in the seven hundreds.

The streets of Raleigh cross at right angles on the streets
running North and South. The blocks between Hillsboro-
Newbern and Morgan are numbered from one upward; be-
tween Morgan and Hargett in the one hundreds ; between
Hargett and Martin in the two hundreds; between Martin
and Davie in the three hundreds; between Davie and Ca-
barrus in the four hundreds; between Cabarrus and Lenoir
in the five hundreds ; between Lenoir and South in the six
hundreds; between South and Smithfield in the seven hun-
dreds; between Smithfield and limits in the eight hundreds.

Between Hillsboro-Newbern and Edenton from one up-
ward ; between Edenton and Jones in the one hundreds;
between Jones and Lane in the two hundreds; between
Lane and North in the three hundreds ; between North and
Johnson in the four hundreds; between Johnson-Polk and
Peace in the five hundreds ; between Peace and limits in
the six hundreds.



APPENDIX.



RALEIGH CITY GOVERNMENT.

Mayor— ^. H. Dodd.

Clerk— G. W. Lambeth.

Treasurer — J. G. Brown.

Auditor — J. M, Sherwood.

Tax Collector— Q. B. Root.

City Attorney — R. T. Gray.

Chief of Police— C. D. Heartt.

Janitor — James H. Marshall.

Keeper of Market — Matt. Moore.

Sexton City Cemetery — John B, Sugg.

Street Commissioner — W. Z. Blake.

Chief Fire Department — T. W. Blake.

Sexton Mount Hope Cemetery — S. Anderson (col.)

Assistant Chief Fire Department — T. L. Love.

Commissioner of Sinking Fund — W. E. Anderson.

ALDERMEN AND COMMITTEES.

[From May, 1885, to May. 1887.]

Aldermen. — First Ward — F. 0. Moring, C. G. Latta, W.
N. Snelling.

Secoyid Ward — John R. Ray, N. F. Roberts, Reuben Cole.

Third Ward—G. E. Leach, G. D. Rand, W. N. Jones, E. B.
Engelhard. J. F. Redford.

Fourth Ward — James H. Jones, M. Bowes, M. N. Dunston,

Fifth Ward—C. B. Edwards, J. W. Horton, J. S. Wynne.

Committees. — finance — Alderman Moring, chairman ;
Rand, Wynne, Jones (J. H.), Cole.

Street — Aid. Edwards, chairman ; Leach, Latta, Ray,
Bowes.

Police— A\d. Jones (W. N.), chairman; Moring, Leach,
Edwards, Mayor Dodd.

Cemetery — Aid. Wynne, chairman ; Redford, Snelling,
Cole, Dunston.

Lights— A\6. Snelling, chairman ; Redford, Horton, Ray,
Dunston.

Market — Aid. Latta, chairman ; Rand, Horton, Bowes,
Roberts.



APPENDIX. 11



Public Schools — Aid. Engelhard, chairman ; Jones (W. N.),
Edwards, Roberts, Dunston.

Buildings- -Aid. Leach, chairman; Ballard, Engelhard,
Jones (J. H.), Wynne.

Fire Commissioners. — J C. Brewster, M. H. Brown, J,
B. Neathery, R. S. Tucker, P. Cowper.



Wake County Government.

Clerk Superior Court — Charles D. Upchurch.
1^' Deputy Clerk Superior Court — D. Reid Upchurch.
'■ Sheriff— J. R. Nowell.

Deputy Sheriffs — J. A. Rogers, C. A. Separk, R. B Rich-
s->jttrdson, E. M. Bledsoe.
■^^ Treasurer — A. D. Jones.
\^>\ Coroner — L. P. Sorrel 1, M. D.
;^^ Register of Deeds — M. W. Page.
"vXi Superintendent Public Instruction — E. T. Jones.
— ^ County Commissioners — A. M. Adams, chairman ; J. C. S.
Lumsden, W. B. Smith, Jesse Winborne, (vacancy.)



^



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.



Barton^s Creek Township — Justices R. M. Jones, R. D. Hon-
yjeycutt, R. L. Thompson, J. D. Allen, Dudley Peed.
Constable— J. R. Nipper,

-Bitd7iorn— Justices W. B. Wheeler, W. H. Burt, M. B.
Royster, L. B. Seymour, J. C. Ballentine, Thos. S. Boothe.
Constable — J. M. Dennis.

Cary — Justices J. P. H. Adams, C. H. Clark, A. G. Jones,
F. A. Sorrell, W. G. Crowder, E. W. Yates.

Constable — Kinion Jones.

Cedar Fork — Justices A. M. Adams, W. M. Arnold, J. M.
Pugh, James K. Gibson, A. S. Pollard, I. S. Barbee.

Constable— W. T. iMaynard.

...^^^^ House's Creek — Justices J. D. Hayes, J. N. Hubbard, W.
^E. Forrest, J. W. Wiggins, W. H. Whitaker.
/ Constable .

Little River — Justices J. W. Lilley, I. M. Proctor, B. T.
Strickland, E. T. Jones, Riley Purcell.
Constable — M. W. Perry.



12 APPENDIX.



Mark's Creek— Justices J. B. Blake, W. H. Hood, M. G
Todd, J. W. Smith, A. W. Ricliardson, Sr.

Constable — John Earp.

Middle Creek— J ustices D. C. Adams, J. D. Ballentine, J.
L. Johnson, H. H. Carroll, F. K. Goodwin.

Constable— M. G. Utley.

Neuse River — Justices J. J. Dunn, L. M. Green, J. Y. Chap-
pell, F. J. HoUoway.

Constable — S. R. Jeffreys.

New Light — J. B. Beck, B. F. Lawrence, W. H. Lassiter
A. L. Lynam, H. R. Chappell.

Constable — J. A. J. Robertson.

Oak Grove— Justices J. W. Ferrell, Q. B. Gulley, J. M.
Lynn, Geo. W. Perry, Eug^ene G. Penny.

Constable — Samuel B. Ferrell.

Panther Branch — Justices James Adams, J. Willie Jones,
J. W. Pegram, G. P. Partin, S. D. Williams.

Constable— B. F. Wilson.

Raleigh — Justices J. C. Marcom, M. B. Barbee, W. R.
Womble. Len. H. Adams. D. A. Wicker, W. H. Dodd, R. G.
Dunn, W^ D. Haywood, J. A. Haywood, J. M. Harris, J. C.
S Lumsden, James D. Pullen, C. B. Root, G. Rosenthal, S.
M. Parrish, A. H. Temple, D. R. Upchurch, W. Whitaker.

Constable — John R. Upchurch.

St. Mary's — Justices C. N. Allen, R. Sturdivant, J. R.
Broughton, Thomas Jones, W. R. Poole.
Constable ■ .

St. Matthew's — Justices A. R. Hodge, R. J. Buffalo, J. A.
Temple, N. W. Poole, J. R. Rogers.
Constable — J. W. Upchurch.

Swift Creek — Justices J. P. Massey, J. Z. Bennett, S. 0.
Wilson, M. T. Jones, L. D. Stephenson.
Constable— R. L. Powell.

Wake i^om«— Justices W. C. Brewer, D. W. Allen, W. K.
Hunter, A. R. Vann, H. T. Jones, G. E. Gill, R. F. Temple,
A. C. Dunn.

Con table — George S. Terrell.

White Oak — Justices R. Barbee, A. C. Council, J. H. Olive,
J. J. Rogers, A. B. Freeman, P. C. Ferrell.
Constable — T. M. Jenkins,



APPENDIX. 13



Townships and Voting Precincts in Wake County.

'^ Barton's Creek — Hutchison's Store, Rogers' Store

Buchhorn — New Hill.
' r Cary — Gary.
-j^ Cedar Fork — PollaH's Store, Morrisville

House's Creek— EdwAvd-i' Store, Harris' Store.
"^ Little River— Wnke^eU], Mitchell's Mill.
y Mark's Creek — Hood's Store.
4/ Middle Cree^-— William Utley's, Moore's Mill.
/ Neuse River — Dunnsville.
A New Light — Laws' Store.
> Oak Grove— W. H. Gul ley's.
/ Panther Branch — Township House.

Raleigh — Outside corporate limits, East Side, Beine's Store;
West Side, A. H. Temple's Store ; First Ward, Moore Square;
Second Ward, Jenkins' Shop; Third Ward, Court House;
Fourth Ward, Dunston's Shop ; Fifth Ward, corner Salis-
bury and Hillsboro streets.
St Mary's — Auburn.
/ 61 Matthews' s — Millburnie.

/" Swift Creek — Franklin's.
X- Wake forest — Forestville, Roles ville.
White Oak — Apex.



A'



D



^ Government of North Carolina.

Governor, Alfred M. Scales, of Rockingham, salary $3,000;
Lieut. Governor and Speaker of the Senate, C. M. Stedman,"
of New Hanover, per diem ; Private Secretary to the Gov-
ernor, C. H. Armfield, of Iredell, salary $1,200 ; Clerk to the
Governor, salary $600 ; Secretary/ of State, W. L. Saunders,
of Wake, salary $2,000; Clerk, W. P. Batchelor, of Wake,
salary $1,000; Treasurer, Donald W. Bain, of Wake, salary
$3,000; Chief Clerk, Henry M. Cowan, of Chatham, salary
$1,500; Teller, James S. McAllister,' of Randolph, salary
$750; Bookkeeper of State Charitable and Penal Institu-
tions, Thomas A. Partin, of Wake, salary $750; Auditor,
W. P. Roberts, of Gates, salary $J,500; Chief Clerk, C. E,
Cross, of Gates, salary $1,000 ; Superintendent of Public
Instruction, S. M. Finger, of Catawba, salary $1,500; Clerk,
John Devereux, of Wake, salary $1,000; Adjutant General,
Johnstone Jones, of Mecklenburg, salary $000 ; Attorney-
General, T. F. Davidson, of Buncombe, salary $2,000; State



14 APPENDIX



Geologist, Dr. C. W. Dabney, salary ; Corainissioner of

Agriculture, Montford McGehee, of Person, salary $2,000 ;
Secretary, P. M. Wilson, of Wake, salary $1,200; State Li-
brian, James C. Birdsong, of Wake, salary $750 ; Keeper of
Capitol, C. M. Roberts, of Vance, salary $750.

North Carolina Representatives in Congress.

SENATE,

Matt W. Ransom, elected 1883, term expires 1889.
Zebulon B. Vance, " 1881 " " 1891.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

First District — Thomas G. Skinner, Democrat
Second District — James E. O'Hara, Republican.
Third District — Wharton J. Green, Dem.
Fourth District — William R. Cox, Dpm.
Fifth District— James W. Reid, Dem.
Sixth District — Risden T. Bennett, Dem.
Seventh District — John S. Henderson, Dem.
Eighth District— W. H. H. Cowles, Dem.
Ninth District — T. D. Johnston, Dem.



Supreme Court of North Carolina.

Chief Justice— William N. H. Smith.

Associate Justices — Thos. S. Ashe, Augustus S. Merrimon.

Clerk- William H. Bagley. ___ '

Marshal — Robert 11. Bradley.



Churches of Raleigh.

WHITE.

Christ Church (Episcopal), North Wilmington, between New-

bern avenue and East Edenton streets ; services 11 a. m.

and 4:30 p. m. : Rev. M. M. Marshall, D. D., Rector.
Christian (Jhurch, corner Hillsboro and Dawson streets;

Rev. James Maple, D. D., Pastor.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Hillsboro between Salisbury

and McDowell streets; services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ;

Rev. Robert Strange, Rector.
Church of the Sacred Heart (Catholic), corner Hillsboro

and North McDowell streets ; services at 7 and 11 a. m. ;
•Rev. James B. White, Pastor.



APPENDIX. 15



Edenton Street Methodist Episcopal Church South, near

corner West Edenton and North Dawsou streets ; services

11a. ra. and 7:30 p. ra ; Rev. W. C. Norman, Pastor.
Fir?t Presbyterian Church, corner South Salisbury and

West. Morgan ; services 11 a. m. and 4 p. m.; Rev. John

S Watkins, J^. D, Pastor.
Jewish Synagoguel, 203 Fayetteville street, upstairs; M.

Grausman, Reader.
Person Street Methodist Episcopal Church South, corner

South Person and East Davie streets; services 11 a. m.

and 7:30 p. m.; Rev, W. L. Cunninggim, Pastor.
First Baptist Church, corner North Salisbury and West

Edenton streets, services 11a. m, and 7:30 p. m.; Rev.

Thomas E. Skinner, D. D., pastor.
Second Baptist Church, corner South Person and East Har-

gett streets, services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Rev. W. A.

Nelson, D. D., pastor,
.Second Presbyterian Church, corner North Blount and Polk

streets, services 11 a. m. and 4 p. m.; Rev. James M. At-

kin.son, D. D., pastor.
Brooklyn M. E. Church South Peace street, northwest su-
burbs of city, services 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Rev John

F. Butt, pastor.
Primitive Baptist Church, corner Dawson and Morgan sts,.

services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

COLORED.

St. Paul's A. M. E. Church, corner North Harrington and

Wes* Edenton streets, services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Rev.

H. W. Leak, pastor.
A. M. E. Church, North Harrington, near West Edenton,

street services 11 a. ra. and 3 and 7:30 p. m.
Christian Church, Manly street, near Railroad, services 11

a. m. 3 and 7:30 p. ra.
First Congregational Church, West South street, near

Manly, services 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.; Rev. George S.

Smith, pastor.
First Baptist Church, North Salisbury street, near Johnson,

services 3 ^nd 7:30 p. m.; Rev. W. A. Green, pastor.
Neville's Episcopal Church, East Cabarrus street, near

Swain ; no pastor.






16 APPENDIX.



Presbyterian Church, corner East Davie aud Haywood

streets, services 11 a. m. and 3 and 7:30 p. m.; Rev. J. A.

Cressfield, pastor.
Second Baptist Church, corner South Blount and East

Davie streets, services 11a. m. and 3 and 7:30 p. m.
St. Augustine (Episcopal) Church, corner North Dawson

and West Lane streets, services 11 a. m. and 4 p. m.



Military.

Raleigh Light Infantry, Co. A 1st Regiment N, C. State

Guard.
Oak City Blues (col ), organized 1874.

North Carolina Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and

the Blind.

William J. Young, Principal ; J. G. B. Grimes, Steward;
Dr. R. B. Haywood, Physician ; W. F. Debnam, Super-
visor Colored Department.

North Carolina Insane Asylum.

Dr. Eugene Grissom, Superintendent; Dr. Francis F. Ful-
ler, First Assistant Physician ; Dr. Sion H. Roges, Second
Assistant Physician ; John W. Thompson, Steward ; Mrs.
Mary A. Lawrence, Matron.

State Penitentiary.

William J. Hicks, Architect and Warden.
Physician, J. W. McGee; Steward, D. C. Murray.

Banks.

Citizens' National Bank of Raleigh, W. E. Anderson, Pres.
State National Bank of Raleigh, E. R. Stamps, President.
The National Bank of Raleigh, E. G. Reade, President.

Railroads.

Raleigh & Augusta Air-Line Co., J. C. Winder, Sup't.
Raleigh & Gaston Railroad, J. C. Winder, Sup't.
Rjchmond & Danville Railroad, A. B. Andrews, Sup't

Schools and Academies.

Centennial Graded School, Fayetteville street. Prof. E. P.
Moses, Superintendent.



APPENDIX. 17



Raleigh M;ile Academy, 120 North Blood worth Street, Mor-
soii (fc Dt-nsoii, Princ'i[ials.

St. Mary's School, 784 Hillsboro street, Rev. Bennett Smedes,
A. M., Principal and Rector; Miss M. E. J. Czaruomsky,
lady Principal ; Rev. Theodore B. Lyman, D. D., visitor.

Peace Institute, Peace street, head of North Wilmington,
Rev. R. Burvvell, D. D., Principal ; John B. Burwell, A,
M., Associate Principal ; Mrs. John B. Burwell, lady
Principal.

COLORED.

Estey Seminary, 128 East South street, under same govern-
ment and officers as Shaw University.

Garfield Graded School, Swain street, H. G. Crosby, Prin-
cipal.

Washington Graded School, West street, E. A. Johnson,
Principal.

Obtrlin Graded School, D. A. Lane, Principal.

Leonard Medical College, 750 South Wilmington street,
Rev H. M. Tupper, A. M., President; James McKee, M.
D., Prof, of Obstetrics ; Dr. K. P. Battle, Jr., Professor of
Practice of M dicine; A. W. Knox, M. D., Professor-of
Surgery; C. S. Pratt, Professor of Anatomy ; R. H. Lewis,
Professor of Ophtholmology.

Shaw University, 118 e South street, Rev. H. M. Tupper, A''.
M., Principal.

St Augustine Collegiate Institute and Normal School, Oak-
wood avenue, (outside limits) Kev. Dr. Sutton, Principal.

Raleigh Fire Department.

Board of Fire Commissioners. — R. S. Tucker, J. B. Neath-
ery, J. C. Brewster, P. Cowper, M. H. Brown.

Department Officers. — T. W. Blake, chief engineer; T. L.
Love, assistant chief engineer ; H. H. Roberts, secretary.

Company Officers — Rescue Steam Co., W. R. Dick, fore-
man ; Alex Kreth, secretary.

Phoenix Chemical Co., Geo. H. Willison, foreman ; A. H,
Haynes, secretary.

Hook and Ladder Co., W. H. Ellis, foreman. «

Victor Co., N. S. Taylor, foreman ; Sioa H. Lane, secre'
tary.

Bucket and Ladder Co., Geo. Brewer, foreman.
4



18 APPENDIX.



Secret and Benevolent Societies^

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR.

Raleigh Council No. Ills.

KNIGHTS OF HONOR.

Oak City Lodge No. 419, meets every Wednesday night.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

Center Lodge No. 3, meets every Thursday night.

MASONIC.

Hiram Lodge No, 40, meets third Monday in every month.
William G. Hill Lodge No. 219, meets second and fourth
Mondays in each month.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS.

Raleigh Chapter No. 10, regular convocation Tuesday fol-
lowing third Monday in each month.

ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS.

Enoch Council No. 5, regular convocation first Monday
evening in each month.

GRAND LODGE, CHAPTER AND COUNCIL.

Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. meets in Raleigh second

Tueday in January, annually.
Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons meets annually in

different parts of the State, on Tuesday next preceding

first Monday in June.
Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters meets at the

same place as the Grand Council, during same week.

ODD FELLOWS.

Seaton Gales Lodge, No. 64, meets Tuesday night of each

week.
Manteo Lodge, No 8, meets Tuesday night of each week.
McKee Encampment meets second and fourth Friday nights

of each month.

RORAL ARCANUM.

Raleigh Council, No. 551.

COLORED.

G. U. O. B. AND S. OF L. AND C.

St. Augustine Tabernacle, No. 28, meets every Monday



night.



APPENDIX. 19



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD SAMARITANS.

Jerusalem, No. G, meets every Monday night.

Lone Star, No. 7, meets first and third Wednesday in each

month,
Oohien Key, No, 15, meets every Friday night
Mt. Gerizim, No. IG, meets every Thursday night.
Ennuch, No. 38, meets second and fourth Wednesday night

each month.
Star of Bethlehem, No. 40, meets every Monday night
Queen of Honor, No. 89, meets every Thursday night

MASONS.

Widows' Sons Lodge, No. 4, meets first and third Monday

night in every month.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 21, meets second and fourth Monday

night in each month.

ODD FELLOWS,

Grand United 0. O. F. Virtu Lodge, No. 1616, meets third
and fourth Tuesday in every month.

ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR.

Eastern Star, Ruth Chapel, No. 2, meets fourth Tuesday in
every month at Masonic Hall.

State Agricultural Society.

Annual exhihition and meeting of Society in October at
Raleigh. President, William G. Upchurch, Raleigh ;
Secretary and Treasurer, John Nichols, Raleigh.

Raleigh Typographical Union.

Meets first Wednesday evening in each month, at Fireman's
Hall. President, W. H. Ferrell ; Recording and Finan-
cial Secretary, Louis O. Lougee ; Corresponding Secretary,
Thomas 0. Faucette.

State Board of Pharmacy.

William H. Green, Wilmington, President; William Simp-
son, Raleigh, Secretary.

North Carolina Pharmaceutical Society.

H, R. Home, President, Fayetteville. A. S. Lee, Treasurer,
Raleigh ; James C. Munds, Secretary, Statesville,



20 APPENDIX.



Raleigh Academy of Medicine.

President, Dr. R. B. Haywood ; Secretar}-, Dr. W. I. Roys-
ter; Treasurer, Dr. P. E. Hines. Meets the first Wednes-
day evening of ever}' month.

Wake County Board of Health.

Dr. R. B. Haywood, President; M. W. Page, Secretary ; Dr.
James MoKee, County Superintendent of Health.

North Carolina Medical Society.

President, Dr. Joseph Graham, Charlotte; Secretary, Dr
Julian M. Baker, Tarboro. The Society will meet in
New Berne, Wednesday, May 19th. Hoard of Medical
Examiners: Dr. Win. R. Wood, President; Dr. W. H. J
Bellamy, Secretary ; Dr, Willis Alston, Dr. Francis W.
Duffy, Dr. Angusuis W. Ki.ox, Dr. Pat. L. Murphy, Dr.
James A. Reagan, President, Vice-Presidents, etc. The
Board will meet in New Berne on Tuesday, May 18th,
1886.

WILLIAM train"

Watchmaker M Jeweler,

6 West Martin Street, Sign of Big Watch,

RALEIGH, K. 0.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, JEWELRY, &c.,

For sale at the lowest prices for good goods, and repaired in a work-
manlike manner.

IF FOU WANT YOUR WORK WELL DONE, BRING
IT TO 31 E, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.

I^^Waltham Watches a Specialty at Factory Prices.

EBWAMS, BEOUSHIOS & CO.,

Printers, Binders,

AND

RAT.EIOII, ^, C.



ADVERTI.SEMENTS. 21



G. W. SWIFT,

Artist ^^'Photographer,

119 Fayetteville Street,

RALEIGH. N. G

CHARl ES A. GOODWIN. GEORGE B. HISS,

GOODWIN «( HISS,

PROPRIETORS

Raleigh Marble Works,

417 and 419 Fayetteville Street,

Manufacturers of all Kinds and Styles of

MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES,

//J Italian or American Marble and American or Imported Granites:.



CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF CURBING,
POSTS, SILLS, STEPS, &c.



stimates Made and Drawings Furnished Free.



JOHN T. MORRISS,

DEALER IN

_^ AND MANUFACTURER OF

FURNITURE ill M if Mw!,

Who I sale and Retail.


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