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WELMINGTON. N. C. MONDAY. APRIL 28, 1884.
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w&fenSn. Micb.. iw&e w etniea
bJ a womsn. and slUhcoompositors are
A rrofcSitMal wrestler wjs I hat he
oaJc I recent matcht
on the Paa&c coa-i.
Three hanJrct! clerks are about lo
.nJoa the UnUon Stock Kxcbanffo
A lice factory, the first or its kfnd in
lb: country. U to be established at
waebarre, l'a . by a Nottingham,
fcs;.. lace manufacturer.
If Bl.tine wero to be nominated on
oca side and TiUen on the othc says
tie Boston Herald, tbo Independent
Tours wt.uld be between the devil and
the lice? sea.
The Niw Vork 2Tm declares that
' ciwt of the State Kepublican delegates
re trrlced in the school of politics of
which Mr. Arthur is the chief auda
cioui. crafty, far-seeing, nnscrupolous.
Tte Kew York Ctobe tcolored organ)
mes this notice upon the Republican
partj: "The colored people of the
Konh asd West have the balance of
power and are la no huraor to bo mon-
Mn. Duabj-s daughter ot Gen. V.
T. Sheroan. owns a plantation at
I'ajj Christian. Miss. , and the place is
fimoas for having one of the richest
rose gardens in the entire South, exhib
iting more than three hundred and fifty
The Austrian Government has con
sented to the removal of the remains of
Ikthoven and Schubert from the
"Vahringcrw Cemetery, where they
have so long reposed almost side by
side. They arc to be rcinterrcd in the
IIOIX TO KEW AQTERTIXEMEITS.
T C Miller Smoke
Lost Cold caning.
D A Smith Fumltaro
UCIifSBKXOKB NCW MaslC
C W .TATi-Goo incJlofr
t iiries's BcadjuStcl Trices I
8 VahAjibwgk, CSC Lcsal fil
Thus C. CttAKT, A Rt Spring Trade
McDOLOALL & COWIIEN 50J Hor'CS
T L OciDGCas & Co Succcbs to Trlfle3
GILU3 McucimoN Tcxj Crc&ni Frpczers
W K STRtSGKn A CO Siiorismn, Uoods t
rxitKZK A Tatlor Cool, CooHer, Coolest
iEO. K. rHEXCH i ons In Great Variety
Muxds Lrus. & DtltossET rear's Soap,
New York A Wilmington S S Line SalHng
Cornelius Harnett Council No. 231, Koyal
ArtAniim 1 1
For other locals see fourth page.
The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 19 bales.
Cornelius Harnett Council No. 231
Iloyal Arcanum, meets to-night at 8
ifrs. Stonewall Jackson told a friend
in Chattanooga the other day that she
had talked with numerous old Southern
nl.Hers who had foucut tbo war
through anf who she knew would res
pond as quickly to the call of arms to
protect the Union as they did in 1861 to
According to present indications
April will leave us with a lamblike
The measels still prevail in the city
and in some instances the disease seri
ously interferes with school duties.
The markets are now lined with ram,
lamb, sheep and mutton, and some of
it is very fine, tender and toothsome.
Very few ol our country cousins were
in the city to-day. an evidenco that they
are all too busy in the fields to come to
A gold earring was lost on the street
yesterday afternoon for which a liberal
reward will bo paid if left at this office.
The ordinance of baptism was admin
istercd to two persons, one male and
one female, at the First Baptist Church
last night. I
President Arthur favor building :
new mansion oa Lafayette Square, op
rosite the white House, for the strictly
private hoae of the Chief Magistrate,
and retainicg the old White House .for
thecxecative offices and for holding
Scial aad public receptions, dinners,
Member of the House committee on
rivers and harbors state that their bill
will be prepared and reported to the
House this week some time, but that
the exact lime could not bo stated until
to-norrow. Several of tho Statodele
rations aro late in appearing before tho
committee in explanation of their
wishes, and it is to wait lor these that
the committee are delayed in reporting
Henry George, who has just returned
from his foreign tour, says: The fact
which startled me most was the vast
amount of land in this country being
boaihtup by foreigners. Tho names
of the great lEoglish lords purchasing
thou lands of acres at a time have been
niJe public, but this U nothing to tho
constant drain going on through smaller
parchases. We are selling our future
Americans into slavery and are import
ing all the evils of absentee proprietors.'
Mr. Vanderbilt is still trying to break
Hi neck oa the road to and from tho
Fleetwood race track. New York. One
who saw him daring a race on Monday
thus pictures him : Vanderbilt "was
ia dead earnest. He leaned over the
dashloara a grm grip on the
rtins.awi'4 look in bis eyes, which
fairly projected from their sockets, and
kis whiskers bristling over hit shoul
ders. As he dashed by one of the road
side hotels in the lead a wild yell went
CP from the crowd of spectators gather
ed at that point."
Heary Irving relate that on his las
asat ia Philadelphia be found his en
trance to tho stage blocked by several
straage meu, who did not heed bis re
qaeat that they would move away.
Then Irving grew angry, forced his
way. through, and demanded of the
taaa nearest the rtase, Who aro you.
and what do you want ?n "Bargagc,"
wuthe scant reply. He took this for
aa Insult, and not as an equivalent for
"Iomgv." Alter tho play be found
that tho intruders were porters. wait
taf. by bis own orders, for trunks to
take to a train.
Wc saw a sample of the new helmets
intended for the Wilmington LigbtJ In-
ifantry this afternoon and they were
neat and pretty.
A Iprotractfed meeting will be held
at the Front street M. E. Church, com-mencinguc-morrow
night. I twill con
tinue through the week and probably
The Carolina Central R.' II. Com
pany have very handsomely contribut
ed $150 towards defraying the expenses
ofth Mecklenburg celebration. The
R. & D. system gave $100. j
The pilot boatxVtaA Timnions, Capt.
C. C. Morse, came up from Smithyillo
and will lay up for a few days in order
to have her deck rccaulked and to com
plete some other necessary repairs.
Yesterday was a lovely day and the
churches were crowded at both the
morning and night service. In tho af.
ternoon tho streets were thronged with
people of all ages and both sexes who
came out to enjoy tho bcautitul weather.
We are Rlad to know that a good
many ot our citizens arc making prepa
rations to send contributions to the
State Exposition, many of which will
be notablo for their 'excellence and
The auctionsalc ot artwarc. by Messrs.
S. P. Collier & Co., Auctioneers.
will continue to-night and to-morrow
morning at the store on the North side
ot Market street, one door Hast ot
Two while tramps were accommo
dated with lodgings at the guard house
last night, and were ( discharged this
morning. They were young, quite
respectable in appearance and were on
heir way North, where thoy belong
when at home.
Wo are advised by those whose ex
perienco in the matter entitles their
opinion to much weight, that this
weather is very favorable to fishing.
and that a day's trial at the "Rocks
would prove excellent sport and insure
a good lot of fish. , I
If yon need a real good first class
cooking stove, don't fail to see the Ex
celsior Penn., Zeb. Vance and New
Emerald, besides others. They aro to
be found at factory prices at I Jacobi's,
who is the manufacturers agent, t
The Summer schedule, of trains oa
tie W. & W. and W. C. & A. Rail
roads went Into effect yesterday. Tho
day train on the W. C. & A. road has
been taken off and also the 12:0 night
train on the W. & W. U. R. The cor
rected schedule Is published, in this
Now Is tho time to giro Smith's Worm
THE MASS MEETING. J N ETY 'ADVERTISEMENTS.
Kick of tho Bolters-Opposi
tion' to Kins: Kule Another
Set of Delegates Elected, -
Immediately alter the Republican
County Convention took Us long recess
nntil the 10th of October next, the dis
satisfied portion of the party held a
mass meeting in which they repudiated
the action of the previous meeting and
declared their intention of repudiating
ring rule. Tho meeting was onranlzed
by electing Lewis Nixon chairman
and M. V. II. Branch Secretary.
After organization speeches were made
by several of - tbo most prominent
of tho colored men present, all of which
were fiercely denunciatory ot Manning
and his men , and favorable to Hewlett.
They also condemned the manner, in
which the convention had been con
ducted, and claimed that it did not rep
resent the sentiments and wishes ot a
large portion of the colored voters, and
they were especially severe because a
squad of policemen had been detailed to
preserve order, claiming that they were
present for the purpose of intimidation.
One of the speakers declared in most
em'phatic language that "W. P. Canas
day and bi3 Sherman delegates are not
the choico of the colored people of New
Hanover county." Elijah Hewlett was
recommended for the position of Sheriff
of New Hanover county, delegates were
appointed lo the several conventiocs
ana a committee of nve was appointed rx the street yesterday (Sunday)
to make arrangements for a Mass Con- ternoon, an Etruscan gold acorn shaped ear-
ring. The finder will be liberally rewarded
RiesLdljys'EGcil IPHces !
- -O V-il 'l
WITHIN TIIE PAST FEW WEEKS WE BOUGHT MANY LINES OF
Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, at much
. r , less than the cost of production !
TO BE BRIEF, WE SHALL NOT QUOTE PRICES, BUT WANT YOU TO
COME AND JUDGEFOR YOURSELF BELIEVING IN YOUR
OWN EYES. TIIE LOW PRICES AND
EXCELLENT QUALITY OF OUR GOODS
CANNOT FAIL TO IMPRESS YOU FAVORABLY.
WE WILL CHEERFULLY SEND GOODS FOR APPROVAL TO YOUR
HOME, WHERE YOU CAN COMPARE THEM WITH THE
GOODS FROM OTHER HOUSES. YOU WILL BE
ACTUALLY" ASTOUNDED AT THE GREAT
SAVING WE WILL MAKE FOR YOU. .
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
114 MARKET ST.
vention, to bo held on Wednesday, the
30th day of August next. The following
is a correct list of the delegates elected:
Delegates W. II . Howe, Sr., G. L.
Mabson, James A. Lowrey, M. W. H.
Alternates Lewis Nixon, G. A
Hicks, Chas. P. Geyer, C P. Lockey.
Delegates W. II. McLaurln, John
II. Whiteman, Paris Jones.
Alternates Edward Thomas, Alex.
Delegates Joseph Pickett, Jere
Hewlett. W. II. Waddell, John Smith.
Alternates Joseph Hooper, Isaac
Bizzell, Geo. Batson. B. B. Broadhurst
by tearing it at
m tss 8t
Ice Cream Freezers.
T70R SALE BY
GILES & MURCHISON,
"T'EL AWAIT MY LOVE."
SUCCESS TO TRIFLES !
In bottles, Nkegs and bbls.
Large and Juicy.
PRUNES, DRIED APPLES
AND DRIED PEACHES
Received lately and guaranteed fres7i.
VT trtU be slsd ta recclva cesncrUori
froacftoijca'My.ki'aii tnbjacta of
teacral latcrest but"
" Tha Bxaacf Cie writer faust ahraji U tsr
wsaed to the Mjcr.
i.Coauaraucauoaiianit tw wrtttea ca. c:y
And It la especially and partkuUxly caiTcr
tood that the Editor doeaot alwaya end to
the vtewa of correspondent uileaa to auu .
la the editorial columns. "y j
. Coo! ! Cooler !:Codlest f
AKD WR nAY TIIE' COOLERS a bean.
th .PKaVern' AUo KKntlGERATOUS,
tbe um that xren to pepnlar last year. The
fJiLi: . Chisela ana Plcka.
Trrn wmw AEEB TAYLOR.
PURE WHiTJS OIL. Bpj so
rBlAT? THE FINEST ASSORTHENT
V V of iungUsh and Belgium ltreeca Loadera
ever broneht to thla mrt t. a . (StIv
of Sheila, Wadding. Prlmera.Cart
fcwst we can snow a stock of Hardware. Good
" -W. E. SPRINGER ft CO..
Succeasora to John Dawson A
apl 28 . ru 19,21 and 23 Market Sneet
gTONE OR EXTRA TERRA COTTA TIPE.
ott OnestVltrlflod Terra Cotta Pipe, aWnt
1,800 feet In all, for sale to close out coom-
1 r ii A ' v 'J : 1 1 Jucncs. err low
and If time U desired will be elen.
100 FRESH COD.
JQQ POUNDS FRESH MACKEREt, or. -
dered to arrive for Monday mornings market.
apl 26 W. E. DAVIS Jt SON.
When the Spring Time and Roblca Have FRESH APPLES,
Come," aa sung by Thatcher, Primrose &
"Ehren on the Rhine."
"Little Darling Dream of Me."
And all the latest Sonsrs.
Queen's Lace Handkerchief." as p laved bv
Tne meeting tneu aojournea until we lortuomio urcra
lime a full list of county officers will be
Robert Jones, colored, wa3 brought
before the Maryor this morning charg
ed with being drunk and disorderly, for
which he was required to pay a fine
Thero was one case of failure to pay
license tax, which was settled.1
apl 23 Live Book and Maslc Stores.
In Great Variety.
In quart and gallon cans.
PEARS, PINE APPLES.
GREEN PEAS, STRING
AND LIMA BEANS.
E SHOW A STOCK OF SHOES FOR
P. L. BEIDGEBS & 00.
HO North Front St.
Gents, Ladles and Misses, Boys and Children,
superior to any In ihe State. Every kind and I
quality, and prices low down. We solicit you
to call. and examine them .
The locomotive which took an un
Mritmnninna fnmhlfl intn ihn CirA Ppnr
i . i ijnn me wrnn t ii . v katid
a wee or two ago ana was suosequent- mcu jlw jl a vuvu .v uvuo)
ly raised by tho assistance of flats, was 108 NOrth front street.
taken on tho dry dock to-day and float- apl as
. . i? t i
cu uown on one secuoa oi ine latter to 4QQa t on Trorlo 1QQA
a convenient place opposite the track ot loOr. Opring I VauU 100.
tho W. C. & A. road, where a short ite are ready for it with a fine
track was laid temporarily, an engine of seasonable goods. Rattan and
was hooked on and the wrecked loco-1 . - nTi .
. 1 l I - o J .
mntivft nrawn asuore oa lo iuc reiruiar
track and thence to the machine shop doW 011 cloth' c
for -tho neeessarv repairs. MATTRESSES of all kinds in stock and
made to. order. Also, renovating and repair
New York & Wilmington
Canada, writes that he suffered wilh a
lame back, and after trying all other
remedies without effect, he finally
tried St. Jacobs Oil. the magical pain
conqueror, and was completely cured.
The Centennary Committee of theM.
E. Church. South, through L. D. Pol-
mer, hare prepared a centenary med-
WILL 8 AIL FROM NEW YORK EV1RY
SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. 21.
BENEFACTOR ...Saturday, May S
REGULATOR Saturday. May 10
Up in Quebec.
Mr. G. N. Boyer, Carillon, Quebec, lngdone with promptness and by competent BENEFACTOR. ..... Sarturday, May 17
THOS. C. CRAFT, Apt.,
' 20 So. Front Street
Saturday, May 24
Saturday, May 3
T THE SOLICITATION OF MANY who
attended the last Ball given by this Society
they have decided to give another on WED-
Throufh Bills Ladlnar and Lowest
Throturh Rates amaranteed to and from Points
In North and South Carolina.
Tor Freight or Paasage apply to
The Parlor Drug Store.
21C MARKET STREET.
SODA WATER WITH ALL THE POPlj.
LAR SYRUPS AND PURE CREAM
Flowers In abundance. Drugs and Clzas.
Nothing advertised but what I have. -Prescriptions
prepared at nil hnnn n.i
Munds Bros. & DeRosset
"PI" AYE A COMPLETE LINE OF PEAR'S
SOAP. Recommended as a Balm 'for the skln
preserving it In health, maintaining its tone
and complexion and preventing wrinkles .
Just opened another lot of superb English
Tooth Brushes. These brushes are sold for
25 CENTS E4CH, and guaranteed as pood In
every particular as the usual 35i and 40 cents
A few Hand Satchels for 50 and "Scents.
Less than cost. , . ,t . . , . apl 23
S t earn e r Paso p b rt
TILL MAKE REGULAR
trips to SmlthvlUe and the Forts
everyday except Sunday. ' C
Fare. 75c. round trio. Parties of ten or mnm
can secure tickets day before hand for 60c. i
apl 21 : -.. J. W. HARPER '
Economy is Wealth.
ipiVE YEARS RENT WILL PUR
CHASE A HOME. Building Lota for
sale on the Instalment plan on Castle,
Church, Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry, cd
Cross, Gwyno, Rankin, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, Ninth, Dickinson
Tenth, Wood, Bay, Eleventh, Charlotte,
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Street .
Also, nouses and Lots for sale.)
Money loaned to those wishing to build.
Apply to i i
apl 24 cw JAMES WILSON.
In the Superior Court
al which is intended,to commemorate nesday evening, may tth, atgkr-
.1. - a Son A rvi rwlrta r f Vi rul I
lucuauwuw vvv I MANIA HALL, with music by the new Italian
ism in 1784, and the progress of that I
relicious body during the first hundred Md 'cfreshments at city prices.
years of its existence in this country. LSfS? BifitfSi?
un one siue oi uiu meuai is a rvpre-1 muiee.
. r - i s i-r a I By order of the Committee.
seui&uou oi uwuujj asuurj iu km buu - T. DONLAN
nn the other side is a reorcsentation of I Pl 23 t m ' Chairman.
the venerable Bishop George F. Pierce sorth Carolina,
in Thoao mnlula nrAnfltrn timid I
' . i New n&nover Countr.
one of which IS gold (accd and the I DuBrntz Cntlar, Louis J. Poisson and
other silfcr-faced. The former sells at otners. rmntnu.
1 each and the other at 50 cents each, Henry W. Bradley and Betsey E., his wife.
and the proceeds will bo devoted 1 to Petition for sale and paruuoa of real estate.
church purposes. They are for sale by The oblect of this action is to compel a sale
. . 1. 4 n ... . and partition of land la tho city of Wlimlag
the Methodist Publishing House at ton. County and State aforesaid, being West
Vcfivill Tpnn part of tot No. 5, la block 219.
ifrasimnc, xenn. . THe aaova naatrl defendant will appear ;
; : , . aadavswer, or demur to the petition filed at I
From passengers Who arrired here tne ofice of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
thi fnmnrtn from th Rlark River Vew Hanover County, aforesaid, at the Court
UllS aiicrnoon irom me Uiacx Uiyer House la Tllnlajrtcn, on the SUt day of June,
section we learn that tho prospects for lt. tacjsy vxaubIngk.
an abundant crop of fruit are very
H. G. SMALLBONES, Sn
THEO. G. EGER, Freight
EE, Freight Agent,
35 Broadway, Ne
WM. P. CLYDE A CO.. Genm-) Ajreeta.
jq-EW ARRIVALS OF
WINDOW SHADE, '
FEATHERS, BEDDING, Jtc
For sale low br
D. A. SMITH,
Farnltnre, N. Front Street
apl 23 Iaw6w xa
Clerk of sail Court
Bridles, Saddles, Collars, Hame
CAX BE 1TTTED OUT-WfTn Harnesa,
Bridles. 8addlcs.CoUars.Uame a. Ac A
full line of Trunks. Bags and Satchels, Car-
rugea, isocnea, raxtons, carta, JDrsvs, &c.
favorable, and that If nothing happens I Silyer Plated Spcoca, For ks an I Aiioar good are xreaa and best qi
. . ... , . tf! r . s I VllXXi Lit WM3 CIMC.
octween now ana mo urns tor naxresi-1 ajutcs ot. oest qnantj, ana & zaaaa-1 - , . , jicDOUOAXJ. bowdejt.
4H5 "j u w w, T Z ' " . Next toV. A. sxalth'a ruraltnre Store,
uaijj large. icoBiaiiaruTrareicpou - t tpia
SETII W. IAVIS, Auctioneer.
BY SAM'L P. COLLIER A CO. j I '
COMMENCING THIS EVENING, AT 8
o'clock, at Store next door to corner MrJ
ket and Front Streets, we wiU sell at Auction
the Finest Selection of ITALIAN MARBLE
AND ALABASTER STATUARY AND
WORKS OF ART ever brought to this city.
c&nsistlDtr of Alabaster Statuettes in VenU
Antique Pedestals. Groups of Animals. Flor
entine Mosaic Inlaid Tables, Marble and Trans
lucent Agate, Roman, Etruscan, Grecian,
Hebe, Venitian and Florentine Vases. Also.
Fruit Stands, Card Receivers and Jewelry
Cases, with many more Gems of Art chUlf
bv the most prominent artist of Florenra nti
Vol terra, Italy, and suitable to adern ParlorsJ
Halls, Lodge Rooms, Ac. .
Ladles and lovers of Fine Arts
folly Invited to examine one of the finest and
most varied collections of Ittllan Wnrkmf
Art ever Imported and offered for sale to the
public in Wilminxton.
Also, aa cleeant collection of orr, paiwt.
INGS, to which the attention of the public is
Invited. - i "
Goods on exhibition every day of sale.
Sales promptly at 8 p. m. apl 23 tf
T A ' SMALL COST n A Tlfl A I
Books never before offered to the.
peiore oiiervi to tne. people
Wllmlnston: M&e&nlv'a lfitm A
2 vols. 8L77: M&cao!' .JIi
3 VOlS. 1 1.11: Gibbon' lIlatArv i.t
Homxn Kwidre. 4 vols, t WJ; Green's Hljtory
of England, t vols, fl.la. r 7
TAiDAltD POEMS At SO wnt. I
Slkespeare, Byron, Burns, Moore, Hood,
Goldsmith, Shefncy, MiUon, Cowper. Shelley
Poe, Tennyson, Ac, Ac Also, the foUowlnV
tthe same price as above:, fimtth's Bible
Dictionary, Khigsley's Sermonf, Tain's Xnr
Rsh Uterature, Dickens CbUi's Ilia lory Enr. '
land, Pllnrrim's Progress, Talcs from fchake
pcaxe, Lite of Napoleon. Paul and Virginia.
Odd volumes Dickens and Scott's novels!
Jules Verne's novels, iEaops Fables, Pole on
We invite your attention t a above ai being
far superior to anything heretofore ffcrcl,
the binding being all suUiantUj cloth and gilt. !
"ITATES BOOK STOKE,
113 Market Street.
New Arrival "
At No.f OSouta, JTront Street
BE3T Ec CIGARS : JLpres Dljaaer. Anrcs
Diner, Af res Soufer and Ton i ours, oyra
pie and Big Ikes. Best of Wines and Lkiuori
and Coolest of Draught Beer. " loori
Head Quarter! new Harp Hand tad don't
TO fcrstt It fpi u