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arcuMioTK of any newspaper
," ..!toa jays tbat she manages
.,w7-:-:,:i ;lWO n,Uc eVCrJ d7
xtacr at their home in Au-
..yrtl-LinttKa is booming up in
,v. frci' i lumasc. as the Republican
iTvlre cvcr vhere.
Tie reo 't reported that Senator An
v,3, waieriouIy ill is raidby IbeBos
Zz Jrii: t be entirely unfounded.
J!f iK yTtheStar routft chic!, is
i I jVti i--ch in Culfax county. N. M.t
soz&itZ t Utc numbers of the Denver
.'.assign, of Texa?, tho Georo
Wasblcon of tr.e republican party.
toV"f-r tic officers," is also for
r. i.netLIs jcar.
Abraham Lincolu was C !eet 4 inches
tv ir.J in every rvect stootl consid-
:t. r than Kooert ioui iin
nurei nooui - leci o
U i.Uaa r.:-ck obl'ed to call in bis
Ii :i.ur ! at in deciphering his
:cjo,:r..e .eroaon scrips, for be ad
d. tLa: alter the ink U dry be fincls il
Lard wurk to rt.-ul Ihtm.
Ccncra! K. K. Hutlcr Invins been
fcrcd i.v.fto by lonii Western rub.
I.-Ltr-i tu vri:- a book, to be entitled
Tie IV d l iwnof rditicaj Life,'
m I. red on the ground of bein; unac
( i.'.as j willi the downs.
Mrs. Hopkins well known to
UInton sxitty a Princess Win-r.-taucca,
who father i chicl of the
Iiut' trtle ot Indians litiog in Neva
da. Her husband is a Richmond man
aad they lire In the East.
Tho rircr and barbor'bill, as prepar
ed by the JIouo corumUlce. appropri
atcs about $13.t).000. Uy tho tiu-c
tie rotes necessary to secure its pas-
a;e have been obtained, it will probas
I !y ggrezlo ctarly $v0,000,000.
la tho city of New York alon ii is
eviaa'.cd that there arc at present no
iewer than 400 millionaire-, thirty of
whom on from $5,000,000 to $W.000,
i0 apieco. whilo there are abont ten
h ho possess from $.30,000,000 to $130
So many of the young ministers
called to the First Baptist Church o
Salem. X. J., have married and left
that the congregation has put its foo
down and determined that hereafter i
114 cx:enu a can only to a married
The Baltimore Manufacturers JUcord
us: If we were to include all the
cxtoa mill enterprises inaugurated at
ti e South since January 1st. they would
represent more than double the capital
re ared for tho building of the mills
giten io the list already made out.
Vo?c Leo XIII, Uvea a very secluded
l.ta at present, and audiences arc by no
meaai granted with the same facility
as before. His Holiness Is continual-
Ij a: work in his study, and the pres
eat disturbed condition -of affairs in
- Vatican keeps his pen constantly at
TLc proposed road between Iduis
and Nashville and the Cincinnati
libera from Cincinnati to New Or
reca.: the fact that the fastest
s.n;! caj'.e ever made by a railroad .train
o ihU country was done in fifty-one
acd one quarter seconds on tho Penn-
jlvaa;4 lUilroad. between Philadelphia
-d Jersey City, on September 4, 1689-
WiUiaaT. Wtdterf, of Raliimore,
aUul k'.y. has rcUrcd from tusN
c-lie whiiky business, in which be
fcaJ hii fcr.ane. The firm, which has
f:cd sioce i5lf remainj ia the
alrs facailj, however. Edwin, a
huhtr of the retiring member, bo"
f.o laaillcs aro so rare in Franco
11x1 whn they aro u be found they de
rvetobe ruenlioneil. Perc Morand
Ljut died at Mcgreve. in Upper
Satoy. leaving behind him fifteen chil
rn. sixty-Hvo gran.khildren. and
tliirtyne crratgrandchildren. At an
encKjrarcment to others, it Is said tbat
lpvernment, who are agxrieved at
tb iocrcaslnr depopulation of Franco
compared with her neighbors, proposa
Present a medal to the family with
n inscription to tho eiTectthal "Citoyea
IurAQJ blen tneritc de la paliie."
The declaration of the Boston Tariff
Reform leaguers (Democrats and Re
publicans) should be kept! before the
people: The present enormous snr
plus in the national revenues above the
public requircmenta is denroralizing
and dangerous, and the policy of taxing
mports, not for revenue, but tor the
purpose of obstruction trade, is unsound
and should be abandonded."
Alabama has now 23 cotton mills
Georgia Ci, North Carolina South
Carolina 81, Tcncesice 33, Virginia 11
Maryland 21. Ijuisiana 7, Mississippi
11. Texas 6, Kentucky 5, Arkansan 4
ana f loriua 2. incse mills were re
turned in tho census of 1 1880 as pro
ducing $21,000,000, worth of cotton
goods; but tho product of 18 34 is est!
mated at $35,000,000 to $49,000,000.
Ihc Uadwell Aetoj has come out
square for Scales and Stetlman, for
Governor and Lieut-Governor, and
hoists the names of these gentlemen to
the masthead subject, of course, to the
action of the Convention. Its editoria
remarks on the subject are brief; but
something of a curiosity in politica
literature. It says: '
Gentlemen of tho Convention: We
rise to second the nomination of Major
C. M. Stetlman, of New jllanover,1 for
Lieut.-Governor of North Carolina,
and we move to make the nomination
unanimous by acclamation. I
Scales and Stedman S. S. State
Look at frhe head of this paper. Do
you know of a better ticket to be put
in the field ? If so, name your man.
name vour man.
Mr. James II. Sanner. croccr.lJef-
ferson and Wolf street?, Baltiihore
Md., says: My wife's arm was severely
scalded, and she received instantaneous
relief, by two applications of St. Jacobs
Oil. my cents a bottle.
ISQEX TO HW ADVEETISEMEXTS.
Ue 9 C ILUS-Cnl
C W Vat Croquet
W E Davjs A Sox Icq
Heixsbk rows New Miutc
"Mrs E A LcMSUKX Opening Day
F C MlLLEtt Glbcon's Irnportcil Candv
IlL"4riiR&v, Jenkins Jt Co Don'l Forget
alCNDS Bros. Jt DeRosset Timely Kerne
The receipts of cotton, at this port
to-day foot up 1? bales.
Tbo Wilmington Library Association
will bold their annual meeting for tho
election of officers on Thursday night
Quito a number of strangers were in
the city to-dayin attendance upon the
U. S. District Court, which is now in
Mrs. h. A. LumsdcnV grand
millinery opening will take place on
Thursday, and the ladies are expected
to govern themselves accordingly.
The larrcst and best stock of
Windows. Hours. Blinds &c. and at
Factory prices is at N. Jacobi's Hard
ware Depot. f
Lev. t. W . L. Pcscbau and wife re
turned to tho city this morning, after
an absence of about a week which they
have passed at China Grove, Rowan
At the meeting of the ladies' Memo
rial Association, held yesterday after
noon, it was formally decided to hold
the Memorial Services this year on
Monday, the lCth. instead of on Satur
day. tho 10th.
At the present time there is every in
Oicalion tbat the Blackfish Excursion to
be given on the Passport on Thursday,
the first of the season, will be largely
attended. If this weather bo!ds good
the promise cf a good catch will not be
Messrs. John Dyer & Son have pre
sented the Wilmington Cornet Concert
Club with white helmets, to be worn
daring the Summer momts. They are
very neat, and look as if they might be
cool and comfortable. They will le
worn by the club oa Memorial Day
A friend of ours suffering from
catarrh of tho head and throat wishes
os to ask if thero is any one in the city
who has ever seen the instrument ad
Tertised by the Rcr. T. P. Childs. Troj
Ohio, for the treatment of Catarrh. Any
information will be thankfnUy receiv
ed. A large centre-board sail boat was
.tanchtd at the Market dock this morn
ing. It was tho property of Capt. C.
C. Morse, and has been at Col. Ji W.
Atkinson' place on tbo Sound during
the iVinter. It was brought from there
on the turnpike and will be taken to
Smlthville where, wo doubt not. it will
have plenty of employment daring the
present season. . t
U. S. District Court.
The U. S. District Court for the
Eastern District of North Carolina
convened at the .U.S. Court Room,
over the Postoflice. this morning. Judg
Seymour presiding. Tbo morning
hours were consumed in securing the
grand jury and giving the charge to tbo
same, after which the Court took a re
cess until 3 o'clock this afternoou.
Tho Sunday School of St. Thoraa.'
Church have determined to celebrate
North Carolina's Fourth .of July, the
20th of May, at Waccamaw Lake.
They have arranged for a special train
of first-class cars, and will have the
Italian harpers to furnish music. No
doubt it will be a gala day for the little
ones and fthose who may accompany
Delegate troni St. Paul's.
The following have been chosen dele
gates from St.! Baul's Church to the
Episcopal Convention of tho Diocese of
East Carolina, which meets at Wash
ington, N. C, on May 14th: R. B
Wood. R. E. Heide. W. G. McRae and
II. A. Burr. Alternates DuBruiz
Cutlar. W. II. Bernard, R. Tf Rankin
and F. H. Mitchell.
A Pleasant Programme. ,
The Young Men' Hebrew Associa
tion win hold one of their regular meet
ings at Geimania Hall on Thursday
night, an occasion which will 13 en
livened with music by Sniithdeal's or
chestra, a vocal solo by Mrs. D. Kabn
weiler, piano solo by Miss Blumentbal
and readings and recitations by Messrs.
M. Newman, J. Hi flartaod J. Aaron.
Point Caswell a Dry Town.
We understand that the municipal
election yesterday at Point Caswell was
very interesting. The issue was be
tween the 'wets and the 'drys." and
the latter carried the day by a handsome
majority. Capt. R. P. Paddison was
elected Mayor, and Messrs. a. R.
Black, J. R. Paddison, W. E. Black,
Liston Simpson and W.'A Cornish
were chosen Commissioners.
At fho Quarterly Meeting of the
Front Street M. E. Church, tho follow
ing delegates were appointed to attend
the District Conference, which will
convene at Goshen Church. Sampson
county, on the last Thursday in July:
Delegates W. M. Parker, C. L.
Grafllin, Ashley Gilbert. J. W. King.
Alternates W. H. Shaw, W. W-
Hodges, R. S. Kadcliffc.
Election ol Officers.
The Wilmington Hook & Ladder
Company, No. I, held their annual
meeting, for the election of officers, at
their Hall last night, with the lolloping
President M. S. Willard.
Vice President B. G. Empio.
Secretary A.M. Waddell, Jr.
Treasurer W. XV. Harriss.
Foreman J. II. Daniel.
1st Asst Foreman B. G. Euipic.
2nd Asst Foreman John Beery.
Truck master W. II. Grant.
Axemen F. A. Lord, P. Carr, R. L.
Allen, W. H. Grant. .
Sales of Ileal Kstate.
S. VanAmringc, Esq., yesterday sold
at auction the following real estate:
House and lot corner of Fifth and
Dock streets, belonging to the J. G.
Bauman estate, was sold for $2,600, E.
Peschau, Esq., being the purchaser.
West half of lot No. 5, block 117, 60
feet on the east side of Fifth street and
running back the same width 165 feet,
was sold to Dr. F. B. Miller for $1,050.
The former property of the lateR H.
Grant, on Wrightsville Sound, contaic-
ng 110 acres,sold to Mr. Rufus Hicks
We are glad to learn, that Mr. A. A.
lart-field has improved very much
during the past few ilajs and we hope
now to see him at his place of business
before many weeks. . Mr. Ilarufield's
business is now conducted by his son,
Mr. Richard Hartsfield of Charlotte.
Mr. Thos. II. Hardin, of Ne York,
s here on a visit to his family, who are
resident in this city.
Mr. John R. PaddUon. of Point Cas-
we.l. is in the city to-day. If is a ju
ror in tho Federal Court.
Capt. W. S. Normrnt. formerly Sc-
icttor for this judicial district and a
gentleman who is very popular here, is
in the city in attendance on the present
terra of the District Court. He is now
resident at Lumberton.
Now ii the time to give Smith' Worm
i A Slight Squabble. ' ' I
v . .. . ... - f
air. j. u.fcniilh, oiFayetteviIIe, claims
to be chairman of the Third Congres
sional District and says to us that the
call issued in the Clinton Caucasian
for a convention at Magnolia on the
7th inst was not authorized by him.
He says that he was elected chairman
at a taeeting called by Mr. K. J. Brady.
Wo know nothing of the matter in dis-j
pute and did not know that there wa J
such a thing as an organized committee
lor the Third district as at present
uuuauimuu. uani. van-uicaaruson
,..1 r"t i ir n i i "" i
was chairman of the old Third. The
call referred to was issued, we think.
by Dr. Ennett, Committeeman from
Pender county, and'was not publish
in the Review, and whether the call
wa3 issued oy or wunout authority we
do not know.
Maria McNeil, colored, was raising-
high daddy and kicking up mischie
(that i3 nearly the way it was told to
us) last night at her dwell ing-p!ace on
Fifth, between Chaurch and Casile
streets, much to the annoyance of the
neighbors, and when remonstrated
witn sue said mat sac was in her own
house and would do as she pleased
Officer Bishop was called upon and
when ho arrested her, James McNeil,
her son, who was sentenced at the
recent term of the Criminal Court to
the County House of Correction for
larceny, but who escaped therefrom a
few days since, ran out from behind his
mother and made for the street, when
he ran plump into the arms of jailor
Murray, who was ftandine at the gate
and knew McNeil. Mother and son
were taken to the guard house and this
morning tho former was brought be
fore tho Mayor on the charge of disor
derly conduct and was fined $10 for the
offense, in default of which she was
sent below for 20 days. The son was
retained and will be turned over to the
watchful care of Capt. Savage, who
has a tender desire to look out
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first --quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
The Board met in regular
The Treasurer submitted his report
for the month of
General fund, balance
hand .... $18,359.01
Educational fund, balance on
Of the general fund the sum of $0,
IS ill iuu Biiivjju ui auciiiuMic
deposit in the First National. Bank. Ex
hibited three coupons of the ! denomina
tion of $3 each, which were destroyed
in the presence of the Board.
The Register of Deeds submitted his
report of fees received for marriage li
censes during the month ot April,
amounting to to $19.95, and exhibited
the Treasurer's receipt for the same.
which was received aud ordered on file
It was ordered that the matter ot the
resignation of J. II. Savage, Superin
tendent of the County Poor House and
tho County House of Correction, be
laid over until the next meeting: of the
S. VanAmringe," clerk of thb Super
ior Court, reported twenty-five dollars
collected from the Cape Fear Enter
Drisc Company.- Received and, or-
dered on file.
The Board proceeded to draw the
special venire of jurors for the next
term of the Criminal Court commenc
ing on the last Monday in May, as fol
Theodore Schroeder. John T. BraW
ley, P. Schulken, II. A. Walker. J. II.
Boatwrght. J. R. IaUa, B. A. Hallett,
Thos. Gibbs. D. B. Futral, D. C
Davis. C. II. Heide. G. W. Chesoutr,
D. G. Ferguss, B. D. Humphrey, N.
F. Nixon, C. H. Edcns, Walter Rui-
land. Chas. Baker, W. F. Carpenter,
Josiah Melts. C. W. Fetch. Jr., Jas
A. Walker. B. Solomon, F. J. Mason,
Thos. Maabburn, M. G. Brickhon.se.
A. M. Waddell. Jr., A. B. George. Ed.
Borden. G . F. Littleton.
The following were drawn as jurors
for the June term of the Superior Court:
First Wek-C. C. Vernon. II. M
Bih"P, Jrj. Marcus Bfar. Georte
Gaflord. C C. Kctcbum. I). . Trak,
J. M. Pennv, J. C. Milli. (;. II. Su.itb.
Tbo. Riera. Tbomai E. Alajer. S.
Second Wcek-B. F. lAtham, K G.
Polly. Christopher Hamilton. Joseph
N. Hostler. Elijah HewleU. C. M. Har
ris. JimM V Rirni W nt A mW.
sod. J. II. ' Hanby. Jno. L. DaIev,
IlnracA PhiM T II tifnu
Snffnirilri- i . .
The lioard adjourned to meet again
oa the first Monday in June.
The Board met last night in regular
Alderman "Fishblate's motion that
the W. L.T. Co. have the use of the
City Hall, as heretofore, was voted
down, on a yea and nay vote, -is
Veas Aldermen Boney, Bear; Fish
Nnvs-Tim Mnvnr nml A 1il-rmrn
DeRosset. Chadbouni. Sweat. Guver.
Tha rncomm(ndtion of the commit-
on ire Department for a
hvdrant at the nornpr nf 'Nult
RmnswipL- street . adnhtl.
PiM.ftinn nf V. n R-.W & rv ' n ,i S
Urnin? the storaao of lime in certain
limUSt wa3 grntcd oa certiin condi-
The bid of the Gms Co.. to furnish
ga3 to the city', was accepted.
A communication from the Board of
Audit and Ficance on the tax levy, &c,
was read. !
Alderman DeRosset moved to amend
the tax ordinance by providing tbat J4ic
net income frm markets be appropri-
ated solely to the payment of the
cipal of the market debt. Adopted.
The lax ordinance as received from
the Board of -Audit-and Finance was
read 4 j
Alderman DeRosset moved, concur
rence. Alderman Bear moved that a com
mittee of conference be appointed ou
the subiect of the tax levy and ordinance
relating thereto. '
Alderman Boney moved to amend by
requesting the Board of Audit and Fi-
nance to meet with the Board as a
Tbe motion ol Alderman Bear was
then adopted, and the Finance Com
mittee and Aldermen Bear and Fish
plate were appointed as a committee of
Petition of W A. Deck, Agt., to
P-int the roofs of the City Hall and the
ront street market house lor 390.01
was referred to the committee on Public
A resolution introduced by Alderman
Bear was adopted
tbat the Chic
of Police be directed
if expedient, the police
the Third Ward.
A resolution by Alderman Cbadbourn
in nrovide three extra nolicemen p.vorv
baturday night, to patrol the northern
Pt'oa of Fourth street, was adopted
LOOK'EY In this city on the Gth Inst., at
3 20 o'clock, A. M., of cholera infantum,
OMAR FBTE, Infant son of O. J and Annie
j. jockcv, acreu & months ana 20 days.
'i no iuncrai services will be held at the
parents' residence, No. Cll South Second et
to-morrow meroing, at 9.30 o'clock. Friends
Dr. S. C. Ellis,
NO. 3i3 SOUTH FOUBTJI STREET, cp
POBito Miller's Drusr .Store. Ofllcc hours;
0 to 12 ft.m., 2 to 5 p. m.
may o ti i
FEW PEBMANENT AND TABLE
Boarders can be accommodated! by calling at
house on corner of Third and Chestnut sts.
N-2C3- Per particulars call at house.
Don't Forget! '
J-O. 112 SOUTH FBONT 8TBEET ! Where
HUMPHREY, JENKINS CO., keep those
tine Hcidc and ilornc'u strawberries, alao
Black and Whortlcbcnic. Apples and Peach.
cs, when in season. Poultry and Kgpn. Con
signments or the above eolicltsd, end Fat la
faction irnaranteed Give us a trial Is all we
Opening Day I
Kf QUK3DAT' M " 8tb
OP SUMMER MILLINERY,
AN ITT. Jtc.
At MRS. H A. LUMDKS'f.
Ladies are Invited to calL niy .:
W. E. DAVIS Jt SON.
JACKSON & BELL,
Water Power Printers
We ?ve .t.he. "P?1 P)
imeDioiueKinautDe lounu in Wiimlnj-
too.nd guaranty all our work u be done
In flrt class slyle.anaon'reasot table terms.
In Tour orders Unrint ihe dull
on, ana have ilhem eeut-lat flievci
1 pr.ibtopiices.i . .
f.l ((SMi ' sT
. " PLSA5S KOTICr.
- ifa win be cceelva coauaualcaCM a
troa ota friends oa aay. aa U sutjoctt ot
Tfta pant cl t&e writer most always be n. r-
Communlcatlona most t wxtuaa nor
oneaxoeox lbs paper. 1
PesoiuUlUoa taustU avoided, j I
AadltU fcjpecUHj b4 paxUcnUrly osi er
io&i ttat the Editor doe not Hwin eador ie
tha views of corTwrKwi-taiU wW ut .
ta the editorial coIo-mlC. J ) ; l
I Munds Bros. & DeRosset I
gi'Q TO DltECr SPECIAL ATTEKTI0M
if the followlcg timely rcm'eJlcs : I l ' i "'f
Ullevs niuous riiYsic-ror ail iu-
ordcr of btomach. Llrcraad n:ood. . .
KKUKOPATHIO I)BC)is--ror Cholera,
Cnniiw, Colic, .Internal 1'aSos, ISu'ras. Ubu
m.Uflin, Spinal AffctUon. Acac. -
WILSON'S! I)YSKNTTi?v ' cLvnt-to 3.
eflVclual retuody' for uhni-r ti-.i.J
V. v . ' J'ttCO DEPOT,
2J&xkct axel Scoot"! Street
Wllalj5toa. U. C
AT $1, fl.r3, f AND $2.5J TEK J3ETP.
HAMMOCKS, BASE HALLS,! EATP, Ac.
, . . ''.! . -t; 'tl -.
SUEET MUSIC, .
lnK'7n'1 staaoara SnEETMCSlC ATONL Y
10 ChNTS iier coiv. i i a ;
Uver one thoiiMind volumes BbM. r
jikauuAKTKUS -for cvervlh'nr in
BOOK ANI ST ATI ON KB V JN i " ; ;
YATES' IU10IC STOIti:,
may5 HO Market &lrwt.
For a$ale. ;
rOOD HOUSES, MULKS. LVtiUtES AND
WACJONS. AddIt in thn miK., vi?-- r.J-L
o.l 1 " . v-. w.a :
' ; J; i a . T" M JOHNSON A CO J
apt 12 dAwlra Wlllanl, Pender Co , N. C.
To the Ladies.
MBS. MctjOWAN, 713 Orango fit, I..U
A ITSUN3 for Braldtnjr. ; EinbroUerv an,!
I'A'ntlnz. Tha n
traofiferre! to tho material by nn 1 nvrmrd . M
'"""j? . - iauies are rcspcciiuij joviifit
Examine Your Trunk
OATCIIELS AND TRAVELLING
and if they need repairing send them
Hrst class Saddle, llarneesanaTniaklloxissor
McPOUUALL BOW DEN,'
1H North Front St. !
Nca to D. A. Smith's Furnltnra Stom
mays . .- .
OU SALE BY
GILES '& MUBClilSON.'
Murchlnon Block. !
11 p STOCK OF SPIilNU j MlLLlSE&r,
includlnpt T1HM5IED HATS in the tietshares
and colore, will be opened next ' - 'j j
Wcducstlay aiicl Tluirkday t
May 7 tit antl8tli. '
The Ladle arc rcectf ally Invited to call.
illltS. KATE C. -WINES,
North Second elrcct, next to Po3toflic
may 3 3t ; , ,
Don't Pay Rent!
IIY-rAY KENT WHEN Til
same moiicy will buy you a home ?
In this city I have said nvrr
one hundred aud llltv Lou ami llmnei
and Lota to purttcs who havo paiJ In all for ,
them, by 1 Instalments monthly payment. ,
Also. I have a lareo number now on tn-r irtira '
who are making rclar monthly payments
and will soon own homes and ret clear of land
lord rule. i
Money loanc! to those wishing to buEd.
Apply to i
apl 33 cw JAMES WILSON.
' T 'LL AWAIT MY LO VE.W A I
.iVhcn the sprlngr Time and Hotlrs Ilare
Come," as sung: by Tliatcncr, Primrose A
West's Mbi.trclfi. , . i
"ib-ep Litila Darllsf:. r . v. v
"Khrrn oa the lil.bao. . ' i ,
I4tilo VtrHnx Dream of Me. ; ' I '
An laU tbo latest oecra. - ; . ,
t ieen Laoe Handkerchief a prayed by
the esr Vor Coa.1". opera Co.' ; I .
If or new and pretty Music be sate t iH
apIZS Mvff Itoot nt MiuUc gt-m s.
At No. O South FroiitStf cct.
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