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WILMINGTON, N. C., FRIDAY, MAY 11,. 1877.
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from our, friends on any and all' imbjeetv ef
general interest but : K ! 1" 1
The name of 'the writer start al frays be
furnished to the Editor. ,
Communitations mmt be written eal oft
i-ne feid-cf the paper. s j li f M? Tl 7
Personalities mut be' ai4ed. "
Audit is especially and part ictlarlj .. :
tood that Uie editor does not always endorse
the tiews of correspondent, unless so ttatti "
in the editorial columns. ' ' ':
NEWS 1 SUBlMARY.-
1 Hayis thitik"Vade Hampton will turu
fndcpcndencc of Rouminta li's been asreccl
upon.' ; furkisUi'gunboaU have
Seized four vessels Oyiog the Greek flag.
- Ai French gunboat is. at too uanuoo
- i t i f
to: project' French iulc;rcst. .. -lt.8
thought ltoia will reply' to Lord Der
by' note. The Ctear ' i ; alarmed at the
formation of a Polish' legion. The
Dukcoli Ediuburgh arrival at Malta ou
Monday : he goes theucc to the Suez
Canal The Russians attempted a4
cTOssina ut Rcui on the Danube but the
oaflSS OOUiio TurkisU artillery proveutcd. -
-forcnl tty:.a from 8 cents to Rusjian ccntre is waiting near Kars
Lower Than Ever!
aiuccTU3 20 cents Vv
!en & Bov's Wear
Housekeeping1 Goods 1
iK'aai Gents' Gause Unierwear
FROM 40 CENTS UP !
laibtter.'rjLiDgnc'CiKd to co
u tiatfit for laJic?, GcnUor CftihlrcD.
and supporting the two wings, from Bya
zid and ATdahon. - i ucmessrs in
man think the missing steamer Brussels
has broienher shaft. - - Gen; Sher
man hai given orders necessary to reduce
the armV in accordance with orders from
thl Secretary of War. The Secre
tary of tjho Navy has ; issued a circular
to the effect that he cannot without viola
ting the flaw render ofticcrs any assistance
in the njatter of pay. Corner atone
of a 'Confederate monument .waa laid at
Chattanooga yesterday ; U. S. troops par
ticipated -t- President Hayes, . ex-
Presidenfc Grant and a number of otDcrs
participated in the openiug ceremonies of
the per naucnt exhibition yesterday ac
Philadelphia. Three hundred addi-
itional Sjoux Indians havo surrendered to
General Miles. It. . is- -reported in
Washington' tlmt General Devens is to
retire frcW the War office and. Senator
Gordon is to succeed him. The
i ... :
Dutch id Holland are selling tneu Ameri
can "Iscculrities and investing in Russian
DondV -4 The Sultan, is about to call the
faithful together and declare a holy war
against mnqei xaibsiu. f"
vessel has been . captured by the Greeks.,.
Twt'ed is soon to be released.
A young woman, married to an old
and bald-headed man, said she supposed
she wjufd be cdmpcllcd henceforth to
waste her sweetness on the desert hair.
No Udy should wear her hat crooked; at
a concert, for fear that the lady 'behind
her may be so tickled with laughter , that
she cannot rise to the height of the music
The difference between a man's being
out of temper and out of money is, that
when he's out of money he kIijws the
least of it, hut when lie's out of temper he
shows thfJ most of it.
; 'fThc footprint of the savage traced in
the saud is sufficient to attest, the pres
ence of man to the atheist, who will not
recognize God, whose hand is impressed
upon the entire 'universe.
Jupiter riuvius, the well known deity
who presides over the rainy weather uc-
pattment, and who is the chief executive
of umbrellas and waterproofs, is believed
to be intriguing for a third term.
Hayes' t links tho Ril
v; .; ' - The MIlB. ' , ;
The Mails close and arrive ax tiic city
Tostpffic , follows - ' ,
- - 5:15 P M
The world is a looking-glass, and gives
back to everv man the reflection of his
own face. Frown, at it and it-will' turn
anrl IrmAc surlv uoou vou ; laii2;h at it and
with it, and it is a pleasant, Kind of com
It is an admitted: fact in Japan and
China that the older the tree the better
the tea. The shrubs which supply the
nobles,of JapUn with the favorite beverage
f lin in mianv instances, 500
ill IS ot!V i.v - v
One of the triumphs ,of the country
paragraphist is achieved when he suc
ceeds by means of a new amusing items
at the head of his column in luring us on
to reading an advertisement of somebody's
best family eqap.
From the United States Signal Office at
this .place we obtain the following report
of the thermometer, as taken this morn
ing at 7;31 o'clock :
Augusta, C2; Charleston, G'J; Galveston
71; Jacksonville, 70; Mobile, G'J ; Mont
gomery, CO; New Orleans, a; N'o, foiv, 51 5
Savannah, 66; Wilmington, 56.
Pic-Jftc of the Grand .Lodge. ; ;
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, now
in session at Salisbury, Will have an ex
cursion from that place to-day to Henry's,
the terminus of the Western N. C. R. R.,
just at the foot of the Blue Ridge. The
party propose to pic-nic at Henry s ana
will return to bahsbury to-nigut.
For the SinithTille Sufferers.
Messrs. Crapon, Galloway and Craig, a
Committee to solicit relief for j the fami
lies of the lost Smith ville pilots, have thus
far succeeded in securing contributions in
money amounting to $ 42 5. This is .the
result of one day's work and as they have
not yet concluded their appeals the
amount will be considerably increased.
The excursion of businessmen from the
West will arrive in Richmond to-night
and they will be handsomely entertained
there to-morrow, the people of the city
and the corporation uniting to render their
stay in that city as pleasant as it will be
possible to make it. They are expected
here about next Wednesday.
' City Directory. ;
Messrs. Sheriff & Co, arc here collecting
material and making arrangements' for
the publication of a directory of the city.
The directory gotten out by them in 1875
was a very creditable one, and we are as
suicd that the forthcoming work will
equal if not surpass the former oue. A
good and complete directory is always a
'ucccssity "in a city, and is certainly a very
Ill Duplicate any Eetail Mtoe
Goods sent for abroad
on tho Sanio Terms.
Northern! through mails - - - f-
N2rth1mlhrounand way malls. 8:1a A M
esisupplied therefrom- - o.U P M
Western falls (C. C. R.AV.) daily . A
(except Sunday) - - " 0,w "
FsvrettevVtle, and offices on Cape
wo H K or. Tuesaays. auu ru-
A Proper Correction.
We cheerfully give place to the follow
ing communication froni'Capt. Barr, com
manding the Revenue skamer Colfax .aX
this station. Wc will btatc, however, that
our reporter in endeavoring to make up
a-correct account of the incidents and
events pf the day, made his tour of the
wharf shortly before 3 o'clock, .and, not iced
at that time the shipping in port that
displayed their colors. Wc had no right
to expect, neither did v. t- Jc.xpct t. the
Colfax to lower her colors, but .in vendcring
an accouut of all the shipppiug in port
We felt obliged to note the fact as wc did,
ami as we thought it was. then. We
certaiuly appreciate Capt. Burr s mag
nftnimnns ronduct. and. as one who
marched under the Confederate banner,
wc respectfully raise our chapeau to the
commander of the Colfax iu acknowledge
ment of the kuishtly cottrtesy shoyn
by bifii ou yesterday : '
V. S. Revesub St'k. CoJ.fax," )
Wil'mixgtoxN. C, May 11, 1S77. J
Editob or Re.view :
Dear Sir: In your notice of the cere
monies and observances of "Memorial
Day," it was remarked that all the vessels
in the port were dressed in Hag, except
ing the "Cutter."
Fearinir a misuuderstanditi' . of the
matter, I will be obliged to you to uivc a
place to an explanation.
1st. No armed vessel of any government
ever places the colors at half-mast in a
domestic port, except
9,1 OHiciaUu. I - would not half-mast
the eolors, even for the death
President, except by order.
3d. No armed Vessel over
. nnAJn PtrhanM. SHIP w a iuu ui muuiu.uB.:
AU,W" "1C . , d uooak,al .notice
At a meeting of the Produce Exchange rXf tne cerem0nies from the managers, nor
liol1 tn-rf.iv. it was Resolved, that a com- anv invitation to attend, except a coin
mittco of six, of which the President shall teous one from my personal friends - '
, , . " . ' , 5th. The ceremonies being local ami
be chairman, be appointed to receive the pcrgonal hl thcir nature, it was not proper
vUiting mcrchauts from Cincinnati, Lotus- ora Q0VCVnmcnt veSsel to take part oili-
ville and other Western cities, who are eially.
expected here on the 16th inst. and ex- 6th. .The custom in armed vessels is
, , , . - . that the colors shall be hall-masted at
tend to them such courtesies as ahey may Jhf CQlnimcncemeut of auy ccremony, in
deem proper during their stay with us ; wnicu tj1Cy fake part, and so remain until
and it was further resolved, that the other the closa of the day.
organizations of the merchants of the city, I IyThe colors and pendant c, mc
, ..... . I "Col fast' icere half -masted at J 1, M.
Muttou-heaifed 'people don't gd WOoV i51"
gathering. " '. 't'-
4 l aay, Nell, do you know why tbit (
fellow who trotl ou my toes last night isUke
the commander of a regiment?" She did .
not kno w. . "Because, he's a cur, Nell,'
Stowe says we never know hotr '
much we love uutil we try to unlove. -v
To a man who has tried to quit smoking
this needs no argument. - . ... ., ,
An old detective says : "If I desired
to train my son for a detective 1 would .
first make hitn - a newspaper reporter;7'
That beyond any other business is the
business that makes stupid men smart,-' '
ordinary m'cu able, and capable vtaeu.
brilliant ; nd' what an experienced re
porter cauuot detect is not wirth' detect '
Worthy Chief Templar.
IS. lieOCCCa IjiCa&LKJ UlUtuu iaao
Fayetteville by C. U. n. w. uwv.
OnsowH. intermediate of-
III HK rz I C1.T -t
Rmiaiville mails, by
A Good Wife.
MM 1 t. tv.5r.frs which a Hood
.: ei1.1 vpcnmblo.au l vet three things
i,r,i 1,1 nnt. remble. She should be appointed by the Grand Lodge I. O. G
- n:.f,.;nf. ' 1W,K- Wnrthv Chief Tem-
,-vn ,r nf C KCeu uiiiu nuv. x. J " , :
L,IM ' l" : , L.i. f... 4l. '-MU llirfrirf nnmnnned of
milaVlv She should not ue iimj a iuu i4iun iu. ,r.r
rv oimul that all town may hear lur
VlUVa aj v - , I . , . , !
fi:00,A M ou. -i 1,1 i. Uko ;i snail prudent ana umUus, uuoenauu,
S wi Kill ui i nnro. liu ninoiiu iiiiu uviaduu. vuiv'
. . . . - . . .- . - J ...
jn and members of the several Lodges dc
be reaiHi to co-opcraie w uu me cum- hlch time 1 was informed the cere
mittee from the Produce Exchange in ex- ' wprn to bein.l and so remained,
tending a welcome to the Western visitors. tintU Jtaulcd doicn as usual at sunset.
This was done simply as a mark ot my
There is perhaps no more perfect pic-
tare of perplexity than tho countenance
of. a mau who finds in his pocket a let- "
ter which his wife gave hiin a month
ago to mail, and holds it up to the Might
in a futile effort to determine whether '
there is auything iu it thatwouW cen-1
vict him if he were to ; carry it in' hi il !
pocket the rest of the year and mail It oh
the anniversary of the day ou which' it
The Postage Law Thlrd-cUu
There is so much inquiry as' , to . wfiat .
constitutes third-class mail matter, and ! '
the rates of postage thereon' that we copy
for the. benefit of the public, the follow- '
ing divi.-ion such matter, which wo - find '-f
vouched far as correct in the Ooitrier-JoUT'
n.n l : . .
Almanacs, books, printed, calcndtrt.
Catalogues, corrected profs, hisndbiUti;
Magazine?, when not sent to regular.
M.aps, irinted, lithographed, or engrav
ed. . ' - . ': ;;i-; :!i;
Music, priutCvl sheetv . w ;
Newspapers, vrhen not sent to Regular
subscribers. ' ' ...
.Occasional publications. Pamphlets.:
Posters. 1 , -'
Pfoof-hhect. Prospcctuaes. - , - . r :
l.limtiotm. designed Drimar-
ilvfor advertising purpoeea, or tor . free ,;
circulation at nominal rates. 7 Tt ; ;
The rate of postage on the above is one '
cent for each two ounces or fraction there-. J
tho counties of Bladen, Brunswick, Col
2ersoiial sympathy with those who
mourn for their honored and beloved dead.
Very Resptfully. V
Captain U. S. II. M.
Comdr. of Kev. Str. Colfax. '
1. o. O. F. Meeting of the Grand
Lodge in Salisbury.
(Cor., Raleigh Observer. t :
Salisbury. May 0 1877. The Grand
several ixiges cic- ,,nmnml't r o. O. F.. of North
e with the District Carolina convened in this- city yesterday.
ltiver.ievery 1' rlday at
, through mails
mediate oi- A M hcr QVn h(jU& she ihuii
steamboat, p M fee uk(J ft snaiicarry all she has up;
"J?' .. - .".11 1? 1 ...... .-..llK-k.
l.' ,.l,,.!.l ti
', .i- Ja f.!U H T.orf-G,re. proceedings were marked with mu
nsa aiucMo- w uito jvm-.v, ... . c -- r .- . tn ,u (if, nr., the lollowiu
quiring the presence ot the ueputy wm y haye been elected for the
please notify hcr to tnat efiect.
claily, (except Sundays) - - nu" . . . , , , 1?L. !in.ri,ho siring to communicate
Mails for Easy HV"Yn, her bacK, one buuu.u , , . . m ui.,;i. j. ws nnite full and the
KI1DU1V. ilUOuv gjw I M . i 1 t llf S 11111(1 1UI I IV V. Vj. X. iwi . I ' . . ... i r
. - iu.4n.. ot - - DHU JTX. J. I TO lPn KTtfK.t:il H.'. v I 1.
I . 1 1 iiv i. - i J ...
6K) A ll cpcak when spoken
, l ir, V M be like an cchodetermin
5m. cttfap awti nnnr ft"2KS! p m have tllc laBt wora;
1 Mill X V i T LT.IK, ..V - VMI XV i'll
I i-i . Southern tmails - - - " xc tri -.nn p '
WCSTVLESXOW.IX. . 300 9. 1 Departed.
J . . . - 1 JSl., uhou" j" o . Xf in 12 M:. I ..... : ..4
r . . i uiinnnfflroown iruni a j. i . t. -i-iv ,.fkin" -sneeiuitus ui
J,,-rriAlrK?: r office. 1 - - rM dellverr.. hen .fr0f4 UtoW. and who called them-
V r wtVWlUiUi . I OlOUHW ". I UUI Ofcivv-Kv. j i
year, viz :
J. B. l'ala-
FACT1 A FACTjfgJ.V. FAC
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stamp ofllce is closed.. , a v? . . , have ldt us. It was through
fv V liOXca UUUciwlwl" v e."v., v I snn . . . .
night. I. . ,:.1rl,a Jthfi exertions of ofliccr Robert Mclvcuzio
and denuty cieru m
AT W. G. Chief Patnarcib
Simply Shameful. mountain. Tarboro.
i:..:.. n HM.Ir.l sfrwt f. V (1 Hlli IViest-C. M. lhovi'
a pvuiivn" - - O : r I t
siren -iv;;(!.Sru:,,i,:,..i. I.. DuJ.
and attention uus opriug 10 ma Wilmint
, . . c -
Blank Iijoks, Blank Cards, Book' man
uscript. . - -
Card boards aud- other ilexiblo inak- i
rial. ' ' . - i s-v
(Aromo lithographs, Circular, Ensrar-
KiiveJones. Flexible pattterns. r
Letter envelopes letter paper, i Lite-
paper. . f
Postal casrds, when sent m bulk and .
not addressed. v;
Pnotojrapalc Y; ;
paper. , , - . , , .f.. .(
Printed blauks. Printed cards. SampW : .
Cyrils. : .
Samples of ores; metals, minerals ;nd
uttings. bulbs, roots and scions.
;opu; Views. , . . .:(V.t
IC oi- I XJSUUiC OU iu i vmw
" .1 J" 1 A ' ,
at 4.00 T. M.
K. Price, at the
lSiSFJ8Ha' WXTrbVed JgaVW
k'tW. i lt for One'Dbllar " '
Zlii' iird 5t, ppote Citt HalU"
?SERVED APPLES NI
GALLON: G AHSL i
ccxits feu! caij.:
05LY TRY THEii;?- 1
v' ..: i :.!. .11-
tlHFORD, CROW & CO.,
0FIER FOR SALE
J ewett Croquet.
" KkinsbeLger Ilomc Amusements, Albums.
- A. Shri?b. Cellars .by the bucket fall 25
- No Cit Court to-day.
garden, ami who had just begun to reap U. W. CJTunior Warden J. lStcw-
the reward of his industry in ' being' able art, Salisbury, . . , 1 '
.. .. , c w r' sin.t -tv- on.l I ri'iisnrrr li.
n.v Hall that ll.y were enabled to so- to snly Lis toWo with us cany iru.w, ( i . . - .... -,tbf-1u.as,o
leaveon. We was ,refv mortified distre .hen ust- t
tneir on coininnto ms garueu im. luuiuu.fc y k ia the liauuso'.nc nau ouoiui
;t hail been almost entirely uV ctatn Lodire. Most of the subordinate
passage ou w r . ; ; . , , t, ,:juf ythllAui the State arc reprcsentca ny a j t r frfinn
here to New York, that their uenyacwr stroyed oy acou uu. u& -YT " rcsDccUble and intelligent body ot ) "J " " " !
had enough money left to provi
one of them with one dollar apiece
above named company, reccivcu uw-
' Br. barrjuo l'arixstaii, Doran, sailed for
this port &oni lUchaiond on tho 7th inst.
LA mn mretinrr at Piucville, day the following
17 Up above the city.is still progressing, the Adjutant General of the tate:
understand that after paying tueir ongoi
the steamship Benejador, lrom tmd that
a,. ,, rltirintT I IIP. lll'rilL. s
.-idc each -ontlemau s lots is quite neavy, especially .,1.e;,Bt:. ffr.i;
so, when wc take into consideration the
f.f tlint his family dciMmded to a great
TheGuns for thr Cape ar., A .fc for the. Summer sup-
. ..:.,.1;.rfi1, i.lv of vegetable AVe arc of tliC
Capt.U. U. lau-liiirtT mnonthataiwell directed loads of
hct wouia!v the pfipct nf nbating tLU
1 c a t e t -
cc it lor each ounce or iracwou vnerow. r ,
Anv .irticie of mail matter, sabiect u
postage at the ratj of one cent for each
ounce or fraction thereof, which may be
cnn in the same package vritir'ifema
ubiect to the rate of one cent for each ' j
tn nrmees or traction mere oi, win, wm,-..
iect the entire package to the hixbest rale,
ecn the paget ef
g no connection with ;:. .
property pans .
entire package io
one cent fcYe4eh':
two ounces or fraction thereof. ! hi -hi r -
Class. ioisons, &c, are not mauaoie,
ui..(w "u . '1
Ou Tbu.aday u.guttucrc io.? .... v. carefull sealed up, and pre- .
vSchr. Tohn SchutU,
. . . . , i
from, Hamburg, on the 5th mst. lor ims.
State of Noma Cakoi.ika,
Office or Adjutant Geseual
; iit vu;ii. Mav 9. lbi
The 3Iurder in Dttpli-
uwv i""-""o- ; , , - ,
willbe delivered by Grand Itcpresct ativc 71 without ionlrio2 alto the
public demonstration ,
willbe delivered by Gr:
Seaten Gales, of your city,
n.j H. G. Flanner:
k &offa,aacE.i foiinyott that the Battery
c , for this port, on V15 ordered to be scut you by-the
,..ee Yrdnnnee. from the New one
A-cncy. He docs not informe as to the
exact time wheu you may expect jits ar
rival iu Wilmington.
. Yours truly, Ac.,
John st.o s e J c n i.
... ..nr .affectionate Uncle
vn suuuwo , u
cr -Uicy 'klways lock at each other to see ; - . -t th to reach here
; w i -iu v .
. . - ntionl faldte on the
ntimc 10 arc a
"Gfr. barque Frederick ScaUa, Waacks
sajled frohv New 5e ork
" To-morrow the 12th dayof May.is the
auniversaty of the battle of Spettsylvania
'Pjurt-Hopcj "Var;- , .
When two newspaper men dine togeth-
thich has got the money.
1IX) u.iBlu ; 0.-4 CUB. - fter aktormTOmca the clm. Yesler- f0UrtU day oi Jo'?- T! "
50fi UMilXOUR,'1 : .M8.8?? day U wire full to OTCrBowing withitau atuched, bowevcr,! to any State obiccr
S' V ' ; & laythcyarc very in. VgTwU.
A . r' - I Tbis summer ladies dross ineir uair ,-nvwhcre1 only, we
t..T cr". il.m.. n.,v.i: f'JLLi laSies ricMy.d. , . j ; n s- . ... lhe inns all melted
mile , Lu'd recast.
chaFl - Tk ett(
- . ;. -.lUlIA;. REVIEW
Caucc-lack of patronage
(ijfor ib fhlicfprislrtg pulilishert " " 'l croSt
take it stiaigbt" ; somcUiii
private letter reeved-in this city On x wnich will
roin Dr. J. Frank Newell, who examined 'iV mail.
to destination without innMinnj
conteuts, unless known to contain matter.
endanger tho saietj; oi , mo , ,
v. hmlv. relative to the atrocious murder
r..n nr ihA ris- f ted bv tne urana xAisie i. v.. v. a .
YlP.C, COUWIU 1UII auuuu. .1 :T1J xr T lirt.,n Wrl-
ii i ii r n-hih ha now- i .
tardiy amui, iit-Aiij aiiut 1 - i i
sen un a i.vv,i.
.... 1 At i.'-".!.-
Vou aie asked every uay wnunsa f f;. ,
columns of newspapers anuoyyour irrug- .
"ist to use something for Dyspepsia tod
Liver complaint that you know nothing'
- .. , - i uuu t i . vtr ijuiii uirt.u" jwi
auticipatcd. Dr. Jewell ae-i peputv Grand Master Thoe. lKluttz, , ut you get discouraged tpeadmg
nuiet inoffensive man, and the only mo- Grand Warden. d. l.iown, oi givc yoU tiifaclcry proof that G arc sS
1 ' I Whintnn. s i irct it Prnwri; will nf !)? '
. i . (v mo nmi is i i-.- " " .ii. i - ' v . . . . ..... ,u. w j w j -
tive wmcu chu ue T . ...I f;panrl fWrr.farv J. J. LitcLfvri. O M1 r ;v.r rlt with ' all iUr
that Saudlin. one of the murderers, could . K j i rt-t km, h a S.nr Ktwn. Kelt Head-rd -
have freer access to his wife, with whom I frand Treasurer li- J. Jones;. ol V Il ache, Habitual Co&tivenesa, Paltation of, Ulh
it is said that he had'prevlousfyi beea on mmgton. ; s f the Heart, Heart-burn, AYatcr W"n, f
u . , o rti r Ai;:- Ktfyl wflrand Chaplain N. M. Jurne,. , cl i.w un of fo0!i after eatinff. btnplriu;
t'ii:roTer lerius. oauuiii auu wia ---t. i . " ; ------ -twm'4
lJ1iTCi . , 3 Beaufort. . L , Ac., we ask von to co to TOUT UTCITTM'
have both disappeared but a udrmu Grand 1;epreseuUtive to the r Grand id t a s - k J .CuwsAif.
is ucuig made to nnu iueui uj j of ihe Umtea oiaiea . "
iDdignintand outraged 9mmjulQr an4 tfl ley, of Italeigh.
y oi:r Flo web for 10 cents andrtry jtLjOC.-..-
aUegular Size 1 for 75 t cent; two dpsc ,
they arc caught they will receive the full 4Why bUcoits M delicious," will relieve you. . . .
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