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secce of twenty years Irora ibis coun
try, proposes to return and settle down.
prutallT ia Washington. Ho has bad
a varied career as minister, lectarer
asJ newipaper correspondent.
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directed letters annually find their way
lo tie "Intelligence Department" of the
Dead Letter Office, in Washington.
when? extorts redirect tbem. with the
tfsl unbroken, to their proper destina
Tie orerland telegraph rire put up
ia Alaska many years, ago. after tbe
rst failure of tbo Atlantic cable, at an
treoie of $3,000,000. has been utilized
by the Indians in making salmon nets.
Tbe wire extended over a distance of
Oicar Wildo doesat charge his audi
eaces tbo fancy prices which ho ex
tnrttd during his Tii t to this country .
Twenty-fire cents will now gain admis
iloa to bis lectures, while filXy cents will
secure tbe best reserved scats in tbe
A bill has been prepared by the post
vSre department allowincr rents to
postmasters of the third class for tbe
baildlcM and fur poslofUccs. The bill
bis psssed tbe Senate and has been
iiTorably reported by the House com
oitiee cn postoCicci.
Ixndoa is to have an electric ballet
at Easier-lime. The stage will be dark-
esedfor a moment. only to be instan
tseoos!j illuminated with hundreds of
tsllot girls ia armor, and etery point
it pricked with stars of electric light.
Aa isgesious Frenchman is the author
cftbia device. When he arrrtved at
t- Cbaring-Cross station with bis
b"et dresses and machinery, he was
prooptly arrested as a Parisian Fenian
sad bad to provo his connection with
tie tbeitrical trade before he was Te
leajed. Tbe Educational bill passed the
Ssate oa Monday by a decided Yote
tall. Webaveasyetseenco analy
Mcfib vote but believe that tbe two
Seaators from North Carolina voted in
Wot tbe bill. There is much to be
J1 both for and against this bill and
. txdlS warm debate in the Senate
e,wir of party lines. It ia lo
5 ed that those who arc in
J-eobiectioabUfeaturesofthe bill lor
e sake of obtainieg theaid so ardently
Jredaad so sorely neoded. Those who
tosewtto negro educated faTor it
Sid tiowboopposeany effort at ele
lizg bis condition aLd who would
p aim and bis desecadants as the
cf igaorance and iu coascquea.
Ticej. bitterly deplore the xais
sded 2eal of the thirty three Senators
would cot yield their raY con
nxiocstotbe eleven who sought to
fcritbea from the errors of their
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rheumatism to badly I oculd
wemly walk. SL Jacoba OU, tbe
t pna-care, wM applied but once
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VOL. VIII. ! W ELMINGTON. N. C. WEDNESDAY. APRIL
LOCAL NEWS J
IIDEI TO IEW ADVEBT1SCUEITS.
r C ItilXTR Smoke
C W Yates Look Boys
- Mrs Job Pcsaox ilcllclnat
LouULaaa Sute lottery Company
Diss K Kakbes Exchange Corne
Jxuts WiLSox Ecocomy is Wealth
UtixsBiRQER New FUdoj Now Organs
Mods Bkds. DeCosset rearb'Soip
1 ii 1
There were no trarap3 at police head
quarters last night.
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot up 18 bale?.
A cool westerly breeze this morning
gave but little indicat'om of rain, but
it raised clouds of dust to annoy people.
Robert Pitlito. colored." was brought
before the Mayor this morning charged
with disorderly conduct but was re
leased upon tbe payment of a fine oj'2
Our friend W.. is most emphatically
informed that bis article will never
make acquaintance with the waste ba?
ket. It will appear iu a ruoro plcaaant
position in a day or two. 1 ,
We published yesterday the proceed
ings of the annual meeting,of the Prod
ucc Exchange but wc reprint the en
tire matter to-day fo as to include Col-
Moore's admirable report, which was
not ready for publication in time for
us yesterday. . !
The side-wheel steamer Governor
Worth, which has been bo !ona; known
as a familiar boat upon the Cape Fear
having' been recently sold to parties in
Jacksonville, Fla.. cleared at the Cos
torn House to-day for that port.
To day "is known ia the Hebrew
Calendar as the Feast of the Passover
in commemoration of which appro
priate services will be held at the
Temple of Israef to night. To give
those who may desire an opportunity
to attend tbe3t servic?s, the rehearsal
by the Young Men Hebrew Associa
tion at Germania Hall will not begin
until 9 o'clock toS night, or after the
conclusion of the Passover services.
Mr. W. II. G. Beatty. of Gravel Hill,
Bladen counfy, was in the city to-day
and paid as a visit. He reports that
his section has escaped tbe devastation
by the forest fire3.wbich havo been so
destructive in many other sections.
Mr. Henry Elliott, forraorly of Lis
bon. Sampson county, but now of
Gravel Hill, Bladen county, was in the
city to-day and gavo U3 the pleasure of
a call. i 1
Death of Mr. Keuben Kverltt.
Mr. Reuben Everitt. an old and high
ly esteemed citizen 6t thi3 section, died
at the residence of his son! Capt. David
V tariff T.rrinVnrn' Ifict nihf. RCPfl
63 years. He was also tbo lather 01
Mr. Joseph Everitt. of this city, lor
some years past Mr. Evoritthad been
in feeble health, and it was only a f?w
months ago that he was removed to
Laurinburg. In hopes that 4t would
benefit him. i He was born on Middle
Sound, and will be interred there, in the
family burying ground. . The .funeral
services will bo held at Prospect Church
to-morrow morning. Rev. Mr. Hull offi
The alarm of fire was at 3 o'clock
this afternoon occasioned by a spark
from the chimney igniting tho sh'ngles
on the roof of a one-story frame dwelling
oa Fifth, between 2Tun and Church
streets. The fire department 'turned
out in quick time, but before they could
reach the scene the flames had been
extinguished by the energetic action of
the neighbors. Tho only damage was
a small hole burned in tho roof. The
buildine was occupied by a family of
colored people whose names we failed
o ascertain. j
The Baltimore wiimtnjrion
We understand from Capt. A. D. Caz-
aux. the Agent here of the Baltimore &
Wilmington Steamship Linc.thatthe H-
... . In ...
dttU Is to be laid up in paiumore iur
repairs and improYemenb to ber ma
chinery, and that sh wi.l be ready
again for her usual trips in about
hrec weeks. We are glad to learn
rom Capt. Cazaux that this lino has
proved a success and that it will j be
made a permanent thing. Two boa .3
will be put on this Spring to run rega-
arly between the two ports, it having
been satisfactorily demonstrated that
the tlmo can bo made to pay handsomc-
We congratulate Capt. Cazaux on
this fact for it is to his individual exer
tions, we are convinced, that this hap
py resolt Is mainly attributable. ,
Annual Meeting- Report of tho
President Election j of Ofll
The annual meeting of the Produce
Exchange was held at tbe rooms of
that body yesterday at 12 o'clock, there
being a large attendance.
The President. Col. Roger .Moore,
cal.ed tho meeting to order.- whereupon
the regular business wa? proceeded
ino I resident 1 and secretary and
Treasurer submitted their reports and
tha former was ordered to be published
and we present it as follows:
jtepout of the president.
Wilmington N. C , April 8, '84.
Gentlemen: It has been customary
at votir annual meeting lor the Prtsi
dent of your Exchange to submit a rc
port of what has been done by the
Board of Managers during their term o
oihce. and lor him to mate sucn sug
gestions for your consideration as may
I would, therefore, beg to call your
attention to tbe report ot your Ireasur
cr. jusi rcaa. ana congratulate you
upon our financial condition. You
will observe that tbo balance turned
ocr by the former Board ol Managers
$332.05, has been added to our perma
nent or surplus lund. thereby mcren
ing it to $I.UI(i.57; that the amouu
received trom dues- lor tac year
was 1,192.57; aud the amount ex
P'ndei, $1,167. 1'J, being an increase o
cxi enditures over the previous earo
SI 12 this excess of expenditures being
used in providing our exchango Willi
entire new furniture and in lilting up
utes, racks, &c., (and additional rent;
in our present rooms; and after paying
every debt up to April 1st we have i
balance of S25.57 showing that our in
come has proven amply sufficient for
current expenses: which should be a
matter of congratulation. .
The rooms of our Exchange are now
fitted up in a very neat and substantia
manner; are large and roomy, and are
much better adapted to our purposes
than thse formerly used, and wil
orovo attractive and comfortable.
In the matter of fire insurance, we
have been unable to secure a reduction
in the rates of premium on naval stores
and cotton, which we feel ar excessive,
and with our improved facilities for ex
tinffuishing firca should be lessened, and
we would urge upon our successors lo
use everv ellort to havo them reduced.
I take pleasure in reporting that the
W & W. and W. J. & A. K. It. Jos.
have completed their very large, and
commodious freight warehouses; have
erected platforms around them, and
have fixed the crossings over their track
on Nutt street so that tbo roadway
leading to the C. C Railroad for drays,
trucks and other vehicles is very much
improved, and every lacility is afforded
lor doing bu-ioess with the W. & W.,
C. & A. and C. C. Uailroads.
To our City Fathers we should feel
crateful for the very great! improve
ment to North Water street, now under
wav and aporoaching completion ; pav
ir.c the same its entire len&th with the
mo.t approved blocks, and laying the
sidewalKS witn stone nagging, wuica,
when completed, will add greatly to
our business facilities, expediting the
moving of goods, aud lessening the
wear and tear on norses anu veaicies.
Durinz the year a line of steamers
has been established between this port
and Baltimore Capt. A. D. Cazaux.
agent here, and Messrs. Andrews &
Co., agents at Baltimore which must
add largely to our trade if properly
fostered, and prove of great benefit to
I have every reason for believing that
an aDDroDriation will be made at this
session of Congress for the erection of
a dos lo nice. coun.-ruoui uu oiuer
public buildings, so much needed here.
Through the exertions of our able and
moat worthv Representative, Col-
Wharton J. Green, the committee has
reDorted favorably upon the matter.
and it will without! donbt pass both
Houses. To this and every matter that
affects our inteiests Col. Green devotes
hi3 entire time, and is entitled to our
lasting gratitude. A committee of our
best meichant3. appointed at a joint
mcetinzof tbe Chamber of Commerce
and Board of Trade and Produce Ex
change, have the matter of public build
ings in cuarge, aim win uu u iu
power to push the matter to a success
I would bes to call your attention lo
the fact that the books of our Exchange
show a falling off in both our receipt 1
and exports lor the present yearascom
pared with la3t year, which in my opin
ion should have your immediate atten
tion and most earnest consideration.
and every exertion should be made . to
open up new avenues of trade and to
the encouragement of new industries.
A portion ot this talliDg oil can be
directly traced to a loss ot a large portion
of our trade with Onslow county, which
Newberne is mate ing every effort to se
cure, and with some degree ot success:
his trade being dono in small vessels, 40
tons and under. Since the closing of
New Inlet masters think it loo hazard
ous to go to the western bar around
I-ryinz Pan sboals, and there lore tne
trade is "rjadually leaving os. '
Wo should therefore at once use every
effjrt to build the contemplated road
from here to New River, in Onslow
county, a railroad not more ihan 35
miles Ion;:, and that can be built and
equipped (narrow guaze) by estimate
of an experienced civil engineer and
railroad manager, at a cost not to ex
ceed $200,000, and Uat would pay as
toon aa completed. Aud with xe n
River as a feeder, and - the develop
ment of the lumber, oyster, vegetable,
fruit, canning and other industries
would prove not only very profitable
to its Stockholders, hut wonlrl rfnrp
this lost trade to our city and prove of
iimuicu auYuoiage in many ways.
Then the Clinton & Point Caswell
Railroad, Col. F. W. Kerchner. Presi
dent, which is now being graded, should
receive every assistance at our hands,
and when completed will add greatly to
Every inducement should also bn of
fered the management of the Cape Fear
Sr Yadkin -Valley Railroad to make
Wilmington its terminus, so as to give
us a through connection with the West,
which when secured, and our bar and
river improvements completed, ?iving
water -sufficient for vessels of largest
size, will insure our prospsrity and
give us that position that our magnificent-water
ways and harbor will
entitle us to; and if it ia found that suf
ficient amount cannot be raised by iu
dividual subscription we should at once
take steps to secure proper legislation,
so as to submit the matter to a vote ot
our people. So if it is IhUr will, the city
can in its corporate capacity aid in
building these importaut enterprises,
either by taking their hond3 or subscrib
ing to their stock, as in their wisdom
may be hereafter determined.
I would beg to call your attention to
the proposed Stale Exposition to be
held in Raleigh in October next, aad to
impress upon you the creat benefit that
must accrue to our entire State and to
oar section if properly represented,
and the Exposition proves a success; and
to urge upon you to take such steps to
make it easy fcr the able committee
appointed by the city arid our County
Commissioners, and to do all in your
power to assist them in making our ex
hibition one we will all be proud of.
I must congratulate you, that during
our term of office no deaih has occur
red from our membe- ship, no business
failure, and at the end of our term the
business standing of our membership
is unimpaired and prosperous. :
Owing to the very plain rules of
trade adopted by your b dy, I take
Eleasure in stating all business has
t cn conducted harmoniously, and not
one case for arbitration has been
brought before the Arbitration com
mittee during our term of office.
We take pleasure in stating that we
have made arrangements with the Sta
tistical and Historical Publishing Com
pany, who are cettingup a Book of In
dustries, giving a complete history of
uur v iyt our umerf m, commercial en
terpnses, a description of factories, in
formation as to city and county govern
ments, bar and river improvements
and setting forth our great commercial
advantages for one thousand conies
of the work, to be circulated by the
exchange where we deem it will be:
most desirable : and we have alreadv
secured tne iunas tor the payment o
To the very able and efficient mancer
in which our becretary and Treasurer,
Col. John Li. Cantwell, has performed
his laborious dutie?,we take great pleas
ure in testifying, and must congratulate
you in having one so competent for in
a great measure to him the success ot
our institution is due.
x our committee on Quotations have
performed their duties in a very; accep
table manner, and to them we feel
grateful. . , j .
Thanking you, gentlemen, for the
Boardjof Managers and myself, for your
very courteous treatment, and anolo
gizing for having detained you so longl
and again thanking you tor your pa
I am, respectfully.
At the usual annual election the fo!
lowing gentlemen were chosen as offi
cers of the Exchange for the ensuing
President Roger Moore.
Vice President J. H. Currie.
Board of Managers H. C. McQueen,
A, II. Greene. B. F.
Woody, R. W. Hicks.
Inspectors of Elections J. M. For-
shee, J. W. Bolles, W. W. Harriss.
The New York Opera troupe will ar
rive in this city to-morrow morning and
will appear in the above named comic
opera to-morrow night.
The seats are
now on sale at Dyer's.
In speaking of
this troupe, the Reading, Pa., Eagle
The rendition of Johann1 Strauss'
beautiful opera by tbe New York Opera
Company at the Academy of Music on
Monday evening, was by far the fresh
est, most pleasing, and satisfactory
operatic event that has taken place at
be Academy during the present season.
The orchestra, led by Herr Hans Krei
gig. did duty from beginning to end and
nor. a single break or blunder was no
The latest news from Africa is that
the Zulu Kinz his the Croup: this
news is doubted by many, but cot-
withstanding, the friend of the king
have sent him a case of Dr. Bnll'sCough
Syrup and consequently know his cure
The Cornet Concert Club held a
meeting for practice last night 'which
was well attended and was very suc
cessful and satisfactory. There hai
been quite an addition to tho member
ship. and it is expected it will before
aany Tfeeks attain to. 13 pieces.
EVERITT At Laurfnborr, on the 8th Inst,
at 11 o'clock, MR. REUBKN EVERITT, accd
The funeral services will take place to mor
row (Thursday) moraing, at 11. o'clock, at
Prospect Church and tho remains will bo in
terred la the family burying jrround on MM
d!c Sound. Friends and acquaintances are la
Tiled to attend.
AT EXCHANGE! CORNER,
Tho wIl known leading
E It Y
Of Wilmington, you will find a rull line of the
latest styles ot JlaU ud Sonnets, Trimmings
and Fancy Goods and 'otI&ns, materials for
Embroidery, Ac L
! MRS. ALDERMAN, well known as the moat
artistic trimmer in the fctate. is still at the
head of tho Trim at ing Department with a full
corps of able assistants.
MISS E. KARRER, .
a pi 9 Exchange Corner.
Oar store will be closed as usual on Good
IbrsJay, Friday, April 10, 11, k SatnrJayMaliLes
Patterson, N. Y. Opera Co., In John Strauss
Leautlful Opera I
THE QUEEN'S LACE HAMEECHIEF.
After a run of SCO nlght3 la N. Y. city.
Tho Opera will be magnificently mounted with
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SCENIC EFFECTS,
j Elaborate and Costly tojtumee.
A Powerful Cast, j i Effective Chorus.
Reserved Sale now open at Dyer's.
Prices $1, 75c, 50c; Gallery 25c.
ayl 5 5t
MRS. JOE PEKS0N,
MANUFACTURE & OF MRS' JOE PERSON'S
f REMEDY. WILL BE AT TUB
WILMINGTON, N. C,
On I Monday, April Utli,
WHERE SUE WILL REMAIN
isr b -week:,
And would be pleased to hare parties inter
ested in the subject of her KLMnUY call oa
her, when 8be can elro them more extended
information than she cjan by letter. Wnen tho
parties cannot conveniently cail, Mrs. Pereon
will take pleasure in visiting Wiem if requested
to do so. Information In both .cases FitEE,
This Remedy is a Specific for
ALL BLOOD DISEASES.
As a TONIC it gives universal satisfaction.
As an ALTERATIVE Is unequalled. As a
Purifier of the Blood, Is endorsed by all who
have used it. It will cur hheumatlsm. Can
cer In its early stages, Heart Disease, ErytU e
laB, Indigestion, Bilious Colic, Eruption and
all diseases occasioned by Impurity of the
mooa. it is lnraiuoie lor scroiuia. it re
lie ves Catarrh. It Is a boon to Ladles suffer
Ing from 1lseaees peculiar to their eex.
It is an antidote for
Malarial Blood Poison
And a sure remedy for restoring tbo system
alter navmg naa chills and ever.
Sold In Wilmington by Dr. W. H. Green and
J.C Munds.who upon application will furnish
Pamphlets containing testimonials of remark
aoie cures, ana endorsements by prominent
men oi Jonn Carolina.
LABORATORY, Charlotte, N. C.
New Pianos. New Organs
rjlO COMPLETE YOUR nAPPIKESS AT
home, you want to Increase the facilities of a
' - - '
musical education by purchasing an egant
Piano or Organ for your children.
I have today received some entirely new
styles of Pianos, Upright and Square, from
tne ceieDratea lactones or sties:, wneeiocs
and others, and the Ithaca and Peloubet &
Co. Standard Organs. f '
These Instruments have sufficiently stood
tne test xor years giving satisfaction to every
The makes of Pianos that I sell are thinned
yearly to Europe and all over tho United States
ana nave been enaor&ea by tne most eminent
European and American pianists.
Please cau and exanuno stock at
9 Lire Book and Music fc tores.
Economy is Wealth.
JUVE YEARS. RENT WILL PUR
CHASE A HOME. BuUdlog Lots for
sale on the instalment plan on Castle,
Church, Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry Red
Cross, Gwynn, Rankin, Fourth, fifth. Sixth,
Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, Slnta, Dickinson,
Tenth,' Wood, Bay, Eleventh, Charlotte,
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
Also, Houses and Lots for sale.
Money loaned to those wishing to build. I
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fJIBE ANNUAL MEZTING OF THE MSM
bers (policy no wen; or tne Wilmington Hula'
al Fire Ins. Co., n 111 be held nt the offieecf
the Conj any on Wedneslay. f th Inst,' at 8
p. m - JJUW,
apl 3 St 1 setny.
A Decorated Dinner Set
GILES MURCHISOS'S. -IXorchlsca
We wnibocUd to rooclra aaaacalcaUcxa
frtna our frten&a oa any" aad an gitiacts cf
rsaeral interest tmt ' ' !!
CcsamunlcaUona mutt bt Wrtttea ca caTy
one side cf the paper. i j
ersonalttSea tanat ba. avoided, .
An4 it la especially and particular!
tiooa ShAt tt Etor doea.Bot always eados te
the vlewa of correspondent unless to. state-
In the editorial columns. t .
NEW A VERTIJ3EllIENTBr
Easter Hats, and Bonnets !
Easter Flowers and Feathers
Easter Millinery !
ALL CHOICE AND NEV j "; ''f
ALL OF THE BEST-QUALITY 1
ALL AT, THE LOWEST poitiU4 pricis.
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'"y- On in n ' '
S i I-
OUR DISPLAY OF
Not only equalling butabaolutcIy turpasclng
the exhibition of ;prevlona years, whUh havo
made our reputation aa dealers In thoso gcods.
In our Untrimmcd Hat. Department will be
found every etyle and ehspo which will be
worn tbis season, at prices lower! than "the
lowest to le found at any other establishment.
Our Flower Department Is a .perf ect Ealtcr
garden filled with the mcst cxqulslto dcelgna
.. .. - .' - . i-- . '.: i i i --. 4 . -of
branched goods, at prices certainly lets
than those charged for 4CCond-clags good
elsewhere. ' ,
Oar Feathers too, are
worth looting at.
tV e have Ostrich Tips In otcry stylo, plain and
i t '
thaded. Ostilch Plumes in. every shade and
qualify. Pompoons In special styles of our
. t -
own, c illed the Princess
made of humming blrda,
of Wales Pompoon
aigrette and t'ps.
whtoh will surely please the ltdlcsi As for
ourJTrhnmed Hat Department it Is the most
beautiful and complete. Hats can be trimmed
i i - ,
to suit one and all by expert milliners on bur
own premises- A call will surely convince
- - 'i " :-
118 Market St.,
t-- i i : .k .
WILMINGTON, N . C.
N. B. Milliners supplied at special , rcdc
Hons. , 1 - apl 7
SETII W. 1 AVIS, Auctioneer.
BY SAM'L P. COLLIER & CO.
Hoaseliold k Kitchen Furniture at Auction,
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ON THURSDAY, THE 10TH INST.i COM
M -' - - v ' - -l: , ,
menclng at 11 o'clock, we will sell, at the real-
dence of Mr. T. R. Lawther, No. 113 Front tt,
all 'of his HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE. . . 1.
Parties wishing to do so can examine the
Furniture Wednesday prior to the sile.
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Old North State Saloon,
G South Front St. I
THE ONLY SECOND-CLASS BAB ROOM
IN THE CITY! - i
BE CAREFUL OF DRINKING AT THIS
I ' ' -j-
place as tho Clemmer Whiskey la very bad and
i - - 1 ,
the Beer Is toocolJ; tho Jive Cents Cigars
mazes too much smoke; the other Liquors are
equally as eccondIa6. Try 'em f and see if
they ain't. It Is kept by the meanest man In
America. Drummers and other travellers
drink there because It U second claesj
PEARS' I SOAl.
J3ECOMMESDED A3 A BALM FOR THE
tkic, preserving It In bcaltb, maintaining its
tono and complexion, axd preventing wrinkles.
I have found It matchless fox tbe bands
. AUELITA PATTL
1 have used Pean' Soao for some time, and
prefer it to any Qthtr.' 'i
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Dealers In Drugs and Fine Fancy Goods,
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