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-TnTiy ;crw Au the largest
hai bought the copyright of tbc
Neil Gwynne." lor
o-vee ia tie Uritbh militia is so
' "..rthatcvmnjissionias officers
t ' o'.e rx ' buildings in Montreal
Ye Ua tacatcJ because the tenants
v- York Ji
is now pnratoiy ollcrca
:V.c in that city for $10.000..
rccaliretlroveor Arizona camels
wv ch cumber about 100. and are wide
,a::crcd. bis been sold for $11,000.
. . . .
Kriinin Lawrence. Mass.,
rati en is
whose iilnes3 was
ci:kv1 by over exertion in rollcr-skat-
Fifty jeirs ago there were less than
ui.es of railway in America. To-
there arc, in round numDers, i-o,-
H 0 til'.Cf
TUrc arc 600 geysers and 500 hot
s;f.s ia tie Yellowstone National
Virk. accordla;. to the Governmcn1
Tic: late Uxa terrific snow storms
ia Saa Jsaa ccty. Colorado, and the
track cf lie JX-crer & Uio Grando road
is wie plxcti is seven feet under
Tic h:c Thoum Kinsclla. of the
i:.-A'ja Kyle, left an estate worth
aUt;t jiACOO, including his interest of
sx-ct $100,000 in that journal,
sit children are his heirs.
The New York county committee of
tie woman suffrage party has adopted
relations thanking Secretary Folgcr
D met3 iitiiw.
VGJ,. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1884.
IXDU TO IEW ADYEBTISEMEITS.
HuyaBtKGUi School Books
Lost LjuIIca' Ilaxvlkerchlcfa
A U Ricxvv, Ceferec Legal &l
C W TATts-lrans Valentinca
Ucais Bkds. A Dtlioss tT Eureka
Csonlt Jb Moruis Sllrcrwarc at Auction
U E caldls. Executor Executor Notice, heefl Fyetlcvillo yesterday morning
i. ...1 ... i- . and there was more to come. There
Capt. Albert Worth tells us that it
rained up about Fayettevillc for thirty-
six hours last Saturday night and Sun
day. and that it is evident that a large
amount of water has fallen. There
had been a rise of about 15 feet when
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS '
The receipts of cotton
to-day foot up 191 bales.
Tbc fragantyel low jessa mine and the
beautiful ground moss arc now in
bloom in the woods near the city.
We arc glad to notice the reappear-
anco among us oi Air. 11. mcl. ureen.
who has been sick for somo weeks past.
The number of rafts of limber which
come down the river is unusually large
for the tim o of year. There is also an
abundance of wood in flats and it is
selling at quite a rcasonble price.
will be enough to make steamboatmcn
at this port happy for a month or more.
The anniversary of Washington's
birth, which will occur on Friday, the
22nd insL, will be made the occasion
for a parade by the Wilmington Light
Infantry. Captain R. II. Beery. The
parado will.be made at 5 o'clock in the
afternoon, and it is hoped that the corps
will turn out with full ranks, which
would be with about 0 muskets.
Tncre is unmailablo postal matter in
the postoGlce in this city addressed as
follows: Sol Moore. Columbus county.
N. C ; Miss Minnie .McIIugh. 817
Jackson street. Oakland. Cal.
To Leave Us.
Many of our readers will regret to
learn that Messrs. DuBrutz and F. C.
Poisson will leave . here to-morrow
night for San "Francisco, where they
will probably reside in the future. They
will go by the Southern Pacific route.
tnrougn Lower uamornia. ana stop a
The Young People's' Christian Asso- few da8 ia Orleans to witness the
ciation will give an entertainment at iesuviues oi iuaraiuras. we regret tne
Rankin Hall to-nicht. at which there departure of these young gentlemen
will be vocal and instrumental music
recitations and other literary exercises.
We notice in the New York Clipper
from our city, and wish them an abund
ant success in their new home in the
Ger. barque Greif, Dethloff, cleared
to-day for Rostock, Ger., with 2,821
cav'atn'j license to Mrs. Miller.
somo notices of Mr Robert A Hewlette. Utner Lianas.
formerly of this city, and the Hewlette Mr. C. M. Caughy gave a very agree-
Trio Robert, Rosa and Little Lucy. 1 able, interesting and instructive enter-
gymnasts and wire cquilibistF." j The tainment at the Opera House last night barrels ro3in, valued at $4,250, shipped
ClipiKr sah that they will go to Eng- to quite a good audience. He has a fine by Messrs E. Peschau & Westermann.
land this Spring and return in the Fall, stage presence, a good voice and is an Br. scbr. Mary L. Dunn, Hindon, clear
entertaining speaker. His lecture was ed for Bridgetown, Barbadoes, with
illustrated by stereoptican views of 100,592 feet of lumber, valued at $2,.
many of the notable places and scenes, 619.77, shipped by Messrs Northrop &
which he described, and as the instru Cumming, making the total exports
ment used was ono of great power and foreign for the day amount to $0,899.77.
excellence, added much to the inter
est of the occasion. All present were
delighted with what they saw and
f "PERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY EVENING,
j ifiCKUAiii 2u. xne ureat violinist,
In GRAND CONCERT, supported by Miss
KLl'A WA! LACK, Soprano. Mr. EDMOND
DECELLE, Tenor, Mr. ISIDORE LUCK
STONE, Pianist. !
Reserved Seats $1.25 and $1 . Admission $1 ,
50c, 25c Sa'.e now opi at Dyer's.
ftb 15 5t
We invite attention to the advertise
ment ot the sale by Messrs. Cronly &
Morris, of a large lot ot beautiful silver,
ware, manufactured by the Taunton
Silver Plate Company, The sale will
Lr ordering the issue of a steamboat k.e ph(? l-n,om)W afternoon and
i z cf the charges against a Califor
claj-J'c is that ol frirolity. and tho
iixciScation is that he puts his hair in
night at the store on tho North side of
Markerstrcct, one door East of Front.
Col. M. McRae and Air. E. F. Mc-
F.arrercry nijht. woman fashion, tojRae.of Shoo Heel, are in tho city to
u:ake i: curl when ho is on the bench day and registered at tho Purceli House.
next uay. . We were pleased to meet this morns
Tho First, f.v A
Mr. W. M. Struthers, ' whose truck
farm is inst nntsida the eastern limits
heard, and it is to be regretted that fth hronffht kflla and radishes
there was not an overflowing house " into market 0Q Saturday which were
hear Mr. Caughy and witness the beau- raised by him thia season and were the
tiful views presented. fipal. uTrknut fft nnr m.t. Mr.
Struther's farm contains 62 acres, and
he will devote his entire time and atten-
II as Loft Us.
The steamer North Slate, which has
WaJn MacVcaXdeicribes in the S with Mr.. Thos.B.McKoy. formerly for so many years plied .on the waters tion to raising truck for our own and
arch iVntary the ideal President and of th'3 c:ty. but nov of New York, who of the Cape Fear, left here last night the northern markets. He has had
i:urti the ommnn tt th ifii i here on a short business visit. under tho
Firti nomiaaiinr tho man who n Mr. John N. Bowden. of Asheton. in Paddison.
command of Capt. R. P.
for the Altamaha river,
experience m tne ousiness ana we pre
dict tnat success will attend nis energy
rroaches nearest that ideal will win the 1 cnuer county, was in trie city to-day. Georgia, where she has been sold and
He was formerly a resident of Wil upon which she will be run hereafter.
mington and tells us that he has con- Cant. Paddison expected to so as tar as rIia nirln'f Relieve In Horn
i erfcapj tie world has never beforo clued to return hero and enter into Smithvillo last night, and. if tho weath- Worsliin.
s luoerai procession as lousiness again. Wo welcome him back er was favorable, proceed to sea this Davenport. Iowa. Tie Democrat
t-a.oi ie lx)cj and his comrades. I among us. . mornine. Tho indications hero this furnishes this item : In our schools a
a:ch traTcrsed orcr eight thousand Mr. James W. Conoley. formerly morning were very favorable lor a girl, who said she worshipped her
a;ka by rein Jeer and horse fleds and with Messrs Munds Bros. & DeRosset. nleasant. safe, ouick and orosnerous F????? SP.SSiSF 5Pft
, . I . . . . - ii ' auu was as&eu a bho uciiovcu iu ueiu
.fuiu, preparatory to nearly I who left hero a few weeks azoand went ! nassafre. and the manv lriends of Caot. I wnrsMn answered ? uNn. hut T do
i-rtt taoaiand miles of ocean transit. Sonth as far as Brunswick. Ga.. retnrn- Prldisnn will hone to hear ol its SDccdv believe in Saint worship, because St.
j J - . . . uuu , I tnknn U rrn n ,,nr rifVi enr-n thrnof
Anniversary Exercises. it cured mamma's neuralgia."
i-cuuaaat Commander F. E.
.-aJw;c. naval attache of the Amcri-
3 IraUon at Undon. and Mr. Ulgh
-a. tic well-known Arctic explorer,
-iairectcd the whalers. ThctU and
w. a: Baadce. which have been
urthascd by the American government
uc urceiy search.
understand that it is hi3 intention to
enter again into tho drng business here,
and on his own account.
JINE LOT OP SMALL ItED DRUM,
lor TUESDAY'S market. No better Hah at
thia season; weigh 3, 5 and 7 pounds. Also,
BUCK SHAD, 80c per pair; Roe Shad 1 1.50.
Send early and get a GOOD DINNER FISH,
feb IS DAVIS & SON.
Consignments from Maine
CHEAP FOR CASH. Ohio Gillflower Apples,
Boston Batter, New YorkGUtedge Butter, j
New York Creamery Butter.Nnw York Cheese,
Va Water Ground Meal, N. C. Hams, Georgia
uieo. uutter, jnonaa uranges.
Call and see them, j E. G. BLAIR,
No. 19 N. Second St, Wilmington, V. C.
feb 14 1
Birds Sweetly Sing
TN A NICE NEW CAGE, AND WE HAVE
the finest stock ever offered in this market. :
If you want a good COOK STOVE you'll find
it at i PARKER A TAYLOR'S.
PURE WHITE OIL.' feb 18
Knickerbocker Rein Holders
QHECK EASE, PATENT BREAST COL-
lars, Trunks. Bags,; Saddles, Harness, Carria-
ges ot all kinds. Repairing in all Its branches
by skilled workmen.
UCDOUGALIi A BOWDEN'S,
feb 18 No. 114 North Front St
W wm be g lad" to ncerrt caamtaslcar oa
from ma fxieads on say aa " all nbjaets
8acrallntemtftmt ! " l
The name of the writer most always be ra
uad to the Editor. . ! " j I,
Communications must t written I oa oal
onealdeof the paper. j
PerBonaPUea mnst be avoided.
And it la especially and particularly jukl
tood that the Editor docs not alwaya eadot
the views of correspondenta tudesa so state
m the editorial cornmns. I
Let's tell you aboutl Shoes
BEST ABE CHEAPEST !
: Gc t them to lit easy and comfortable
1 ! -
I et them be rather stout for winter.
Don't get then too thin, or you win ruin
I Bay them of
Geo. 11. French &, Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT ST.
WhK n 8uIt you tny srde quality or price,
ICO Ii "t 111'
WE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER
PURE GERMAN KAINIT
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
. i I
Kerclmer & Calder Bros.
feb IS J
XUYING AND SELLING REAL ESTATE
Houses Rented and Reuti CniiAr.hxi with
Promptness. . i ! I
Hani- KtnV T n 11. I
Bought and Sold.
Shares and Bonds
Loans upon Real Estate Negotiated.
Parties who wish to buv or will uronertr.
who resldo out of tho city, may flriJ it to their
interest to write to mc. i
Best of references given when required.
VFFICE, 2C9 PRINCESS STREET.
feb 18 WILMINGTON, N. C.
JOR ALL SCHOOLS IN THE STATE. A
liberal discount to Merchants and Teachers.
Slates, copy Books, Crayons,!
Book Straps and Bags, j
Paper, Pens. Pencils, Ink, Rulers, Ac.
Parents will please send their children to
Pianos and Organs,
gOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES AT
feb IS Live Book and Music Store
1HE PLACE TO BUY THE BEST AND
MOST FASHIONABLE FURNITURE for the
least money la at CRAFT'S snug Uttlo Ware?
rooms, 20 bouth Front St. The dlspliy of elef
gant Chamber Suits, Parlor Salts, Secretaries,
Window, Shades, Ac, is superb. Call and ex
amine ; you will find goods and prices to suit
you. : feb 13
Uev. F. YV. E. Fc?chau, Pastor of St.
Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Howard Relief Steam Fire Engine
Co., No. 1., will celebrate its 28th
anniversary to-morrow at their engine
house. The exercises will consist of I
vocal and instrumental music, prayer,
Jet beca appointed.
-CCiC Cnmunicatoin holtvron
TTAVING QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR of
JJL the last will ana testament or Kachaei A.
.. .... -j.i T?.. V XKT v. ! Pc.K.r. I iasarus, nouce is nercuy giyun to au persons
wnose rcsiucnce is on bixin. Deiwcen I auuiKio uj iwi. a. i..-. inaving claims against ner estate to present the
C D. Mvcrs and same ta me on or oerore mc iin r coruary,
after which I feb 10 law6w tues - : --Executor
BOUT 1 O'CLOCK TO-DAY, on Third,
Everything ! Necessary
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. XODaCCO J TODaCCO I Wou A GOOD meal-breakfast.
i I -A. I I I
Dinner and Supper, can be had of us. !
Woacnimm.tn.n.n,.!.:.. Market and Princess streets, was visited Mayor Uall, Capt.
k.uuJ klbUt' , , . , .
teaJway ia the paths oi Industry last night by a largo number of tho mem others, and tho benediction.
LiUnoocciDletl whniivhw Thn hers ot his congregation who came to a collation will bo served in
itep a lhi, di-.n a ' nnIi. I congratulate him and bis wife upon the 12 o'clock, noon. During
tho hall at
the engino will bo taken out for practice
ON CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOI
500 Boxes and Caddies
FROM 20 CTNTS UP,
feb 16 SAM'L BEAR, Sic
SELLING OUT I
cf a woman in sn rr.n;n fx- anniversary of their birthday. They
pesiuou of driver on tho cars of the wcrc bta born in tho same year, in and at night tho members of the com- betwoen Markct and Chestnut streets ,&
Suce: Railw.v oK the same month and on tne same day of pany will have a ball at Germania panel containing several L
HATS & FEATHERS "uc
We do not deem It necessary to mention
every article that can be procured.
Heads of Families arc respectfully Invited
to call, examine and order any thing they may
i ' - -: !
need. Your commands will receive prompt
i Our country friends will please bear In mind
that every attention to their wants will be
given as formerly, and that their trade Is still
t hxi beca accessfully Among the vh
i,.."!6'1 ia Fracc Engineering membcrs'of th
J AIOneVCi4el r towfnrr fK I r V 1 K
the month, and the anniversary was
possessed with keener interest and
pleasure on account ot tho coincidence.
itors last night were the
onoward llelief S. F.
Hall. Pasquall's band will furnish tho will be rewarded on returning it to this office
instrumental music for the celebration
and ono of the features of the vocal
music will be the song and chorus,
entitled, "God bless our noble Fire
or to Mrs. Kennedy at Dr. DeRossct's.
feb 19 It 1 star copy . - J
M. CRONLY, Auct'r.
BY CRONLY A MORRIS.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
MRS. KATE C. WINES,
No. 11 N Second Street, next Post Office
JAS. B. UUGGINS A CO.
uinnt ma nn nvMniTA. mrn " nllirh Wllt Written P.TDrGSklv foT
rjv " m m I vv. A w , t, n vuk wu vi aui.d" I , , -. -. I w j
Wife 1 .In.. .rl.: V I t ! Ikli vwxieinn
the Dorcas bociety ot the Church , be-
iwicn, and the circuit was com-
-lucfa the coDDcr on the I sides manv others'not member ot cither.
aot the .hip and the water Con
"earned on duUnctly."
"el Martin, of the
ON WEDNESDAY, 20th Inst., at 3 and 7.30
p. m., we shall commence the sale by Auc
tion, at 103 Market Street t North side, one dcor
aoovexrentj oi lucnanu iciegant : f ,
TRIPIjC SILVERWARE, '
A larre number of presents were made
to tho happy couple, all ol which were eration this moyiing was that ol a coL
beautiful and appropriate and somo of oreu maa Ior ia5t unving, wnica was
I ..I I .1 . m m if A 1
which vera of mneh intrinsic value. It scuieu oy me payment oi a nne oi ai.
The tirst case for th Mayors COnsiU' I made by and sold for account of the Taunton
Silver Plate Co.
We shall introduce over three hundred sam
ple of Uvcr Plated Ware, comprising beau
tiful Kpergneca, centre Pieces, Tea fets. Tilt
ing ice ntcners. Pudding and Baking Dishes,
Coffee aad Tea Urns, superb Fruit and Berry
ti,d,rLn;"ri,I:r PTalaf W a dclichUul occisioa oawhichit Beuben Thompson, colored, was then STSSEJTniTRSfifS
j u .. .. ,oc 01 Morrison SI u jxtnn jAAM.:nA-i,:Ak arraigned, charred with the lareenv of be found In Table renulsites made In silver..
-w-llialM.-it r t , , , jwuum us w uui.w.nyiu. . " . ... . I Mantle Clocks. Kronzr. With Rn.T' Cnt-
ieo kJ ii
exeactfrnm tmrf. . ; T I T j. .u " v f. t rtr"4 I ManiMS Uiocis, Uro
torj roo, , " ' J had the most enjoyment, Mr. rescaau I ii. yivi.j ui a. xj. uf icry in reat variety.
1 civ,, . J. , " .ndhU wifa. who worn the reeiDients of i i cnucr county. j.no goous
Cir . ,
xt f ' , cseJ to adulterate
t '--J W4 tUiJib W
to many testimonials of love and regard, stolen on the night of tho Hth inst.,!and
f tK iinr ihn hA hnnv I suspicion pointing very straight to
opportunity of expressing their con fi Thompson as the guilty one, Mr,. Ward
deuce, aflectioa and consideraUon for came to tne city yesteraay ana matio
their beloved pastor. complaint before Mayor Wall. A war
rant was at once issued ana placed in
Tho little daughter of the editor of the 1 the hands of officer C. II. Strode, who
TiCin. O.. lAny Xar was immediately I
aouerv aatowht nrfTrmanentirrelierpd of & serera
jSjtlfcricdDoogW.marriarc, cough by three doses of Dr. Bull's Harnett, between Sixth and Seventh
grand thin . i.? Cough Sirup. A twenty-five cent boc- streets, where he made tho arrest and
Ul ecu 1 lo found a ouantitv of the stolen!
property among the bedding and in
If you need a real good first class I other places. Thompson's wife declar-
pncd aJu'.Urations unDroStable"
li.-own.ol the African Meth-
KJ all ,UTen- Conn - on Tc
8Uto of North Carolina,
New Hanover County.
W. TL Kenan and others, Plaintills,
It Don't flatter
JF THE OLD YEAR IS GONE AND THE
New Year has come, HUMPHREY, JEN
KINS A CO.. are still receiving at their Oys
ter IIoue, No. 112 South Front Street, a fresh
supply every day or sew iuer oystcra. oys
ters snipped i;. u. u. - rrcsn Mien uvsicrs
always on hand, Ac jan;2
25 CENTS A BOX I
A NOTHER INVOICE OF OUR SPLENDID
TOILET SOAP, 25 cents for box of 12 cikes,
this day received. This is a perfumed Toilet
Soap which is really good and cheap, snpx 1
inx a want which has always existed. We are
PRIME PORTO RICO MOLASSES JUST
landed direct from the Island, which we
offer to the trade at prices to suit the times.
we guarantee tnis sioiasses pure,
i&n 8 tf EDWARD KIDDER A SON.
TURE APPLE CIDER,
JUST FROM THE PRESS I
Call and leave your orders and jugs'at .
No. 14 Chestnut St, bet. Front and Water
Jan 22 Wilmington. N. C
' i - ii . . ...
rjlHESE TOPULAB VALENTINES A HE
fast taking the place of thoe outraicons Mhit
'em hards" or comic valentines of a few years
ago. Call and see the BEAUTIFUL ASSO BT-
exhlbltlng a niagnlficeat line of Toilet and I irievp ,fl hyy, ffW
grand thing, and wished
sl.Ca'fv.t s m,.l.K. lb
JUi .... , , . aapie oi loug
QUdeairoa, of gctUng mar-
t.W b giveSaith-i Worm
tie ot this valuable remedy
tho worst cough.
W. B. McKoy, Aaslgoeeof T. H. UcKoy, and
Notice to Creditors to file claims.
Pursuant to an order of tho Superior Court
of New Hanover County, made in the above
entiueu action, which u a creditor's bill by
Plaintiff in behalf of themselves and all other
creditors of Thomas 1L McKoy, who shall
come U and con tribute to the expenses of the
action, the nnderslf ned. Referee annotated
Castile Soaps, all grades and equally as cheap
as our big drive. Please call if oaly to inspect. I
feb 13 ! MUNDS BROS. A DeROSSET.
gOMETHINQ VERY NICE- f
f M Jm 3ALI) i x
feb IS MarehlMm Block.
Headquarters for everything la the BOOS
an I STATIONERY LINE.! : j
LOW PRICES and poBtd attention.
C- W. YATES,
11U UAIIEET 8T. ! V
feb u . I j . ! . r
cooking stove. dont fail to sep tho Ex led that there was not a particle of the SioVA
celsior Penn., Zeb. Vance and Xxew I property there out the goods were I evidences of their respective claims on or be-
V,1 Kmia. hara TK .ro tn I .inrl nor.HK.lnc, Th cnminilinn I for thO Uth Uy Ol April, 1SS1, OT tbT Will be
aummu, wvotw .-,j i wv.w.u. .--.,. . IorCTer Darred from any and aU claim
bo futmd svi fsr-iorr oricea at Jacobi's. in lha case ' was Dostnoned until 10 1 the estate of the said T. IL McKov.
w m - - i - ; - m j Rif! ATTT '
who Ii thn mnrr4rlriea, arcnt. t I oVlnct to-morrow moniin!r. ! I fKhiu JL
purpose, hereby notines aD creditors I 1 ALP NORTH STATE SALOON, 6 South
as IL McKoy to appear before him at I TIT CV X O T. A Till PT? I J
r the City of WUmiagtoa and file I If Xi 0 JJAA AllI VAlhj yrootSL, keeps on hmJ Clemmcr's Pure Kre
. i 1 I
OSce S. EL Cor. Prlaceas aad Water Sis.
Whiskey, (no flavored staff) Pie Kle Whisker,
Terr flic. As rood FIVU CKNTd CHJAti
as the market affords. Finest OYSTERS
Iron New River. Don't want a f ortuno at
cms l9 tealachss ttcre.