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WILMINGTON. N. C SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1884.
;iu7y Review has lU laiycst
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fV " . 1 ".
. " r ! if-i'ri'ory dipatrh front Ed-
' i vtt ltn rccvivel at Au"
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IIOEX TO NEW AQYf RTISEMEX Tl.
J CI I:lk To Taxpayers
Gut n 3J kks, Admr Notice -
(Ikiwm.ekgek A Three Cent
C W Yatks Durlaz the Campaign
I! K Mitcuell. A rox Clay Peas
OrrMMi Dall-Sc.i M !c Park Ho'el
K U A N KolUNftuX-Our Dr KoLlnmn
K C JJlLLKtt ;iUon' IuiiKrlel Candy
rxci BsluN La ilc.4 I'lftli t M E Church
alrxus ISuua. A UKUoMCT-The DruggUt
.Ijtii about to enter iota
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(jr.e . Ciblc has leased a home-
jrtiaLu: ten miles from Hartford
I j:pith iummcr there.
llay'rt length 1 1 hours and 31 minutes.
There was ii3 City Court this morn
J,!.n II. Henderson was an ac
j.'v Washington beauty, and
i n a book en cook in j and
: r -it .on.
The receipts of cotton at this port to
da? foot up -1 bales.
Thcro were no inUroicnts in Uellevue
Cemetery this week.
Sunset to-niorrow afternoon at 17
minutes past 7 o'clock.
Jtrr Kr.. x IVlk nephew ot the late
p--:!::. ws ?nt recently from
Ma .ck.Conn.. lo the insane asjlum
i: il".vlli:un. Conn.
Jiid Blaioe. Benjamin F. But
M N -i,,r Blair are invited to
;: rJ t- tct mcvtinj of. the National
; uil Aic:alion.
I; i bo: worth whi! to despiso small
The rauut for a fastening for
i ttl.; ta jut Ken sold t a corn-
Fullest assortment o! Fishing Tackle
can. be found at Jacom's. t
Kev. II. T. Bryan will preach at
First Baptist Cnurch to-morrow.
There were 175 badges for dog licen
ccs issued op to 10 o'clock this more
There were two interments in Fine
Forest Cemetery this week, both
The Kegister ot Deeds issued two
pnjf .r$l.rMH in cah the patentee marriajte licences this week, both lor
n.it.z; rujalty nshts. white couples.
th.r.cv women hun scandals and in- The days are at their longest now
liJaaithioitecdingto divorce On Sunday next they will lose the first
si ttej wu:M the j lajue. The reason minute in the shortening process.
iipV.a. A divorced wooian fiuds hcr-
.vf;:h.ut honnr in China.
I: i ri'ported that a sentry patrolling
a: Viador lai'c was Cred at on Sat
crJiy R:hi by two men, who made
ttrtr fcape. Iacreawl Tiguancc
There were three interments in Oak-
dale Cemetery this week, one of which
was an adult and two were children.
t.w hou b? the guards at the castle.
Sir. lid; i: J A. Proctor, who has
tltzscvJ Irom astronomy to other!
a r;il i ghu believei that inztniously
mechaDism to the arms and
i wilt enable man to navija'.e like a
! rJ tLrtJ2h the air.
Mr. Woodrow Wilson, son of Rev.
Dr. Wilson, ol this city, has been elect-
13 ed by the Trustees of John's Hopkins
University a Fellow of that institution.
A distinguished hemor.
HT. DrDecms tells his coiigrcga
t;j to p to sleep if they feel sleepy in
church; to:h he and the Lord will for
f.tetiea; but that they must sleep
iVl'j. The lina must be drawn
niesttre and the tolerant Doctor
!ni it at snorin?.
The pulpit of the Fifih Street Metho
dist church will be filled to-morrow
morning at eleven o'clock by Reverend
James W. Craig and at eight o'clock
p. m. by Reverend E. S. Alderman.
Rev. Wm. Stoudemire, pastor of
tho Eaglih Luthcrn church, at the fa
mous Summer resort, Oakland. Md..
will preach in St. Paul's Evan. Luth
eran church to morrow, in English,
in both the morning and night service.
Mr. Walter Taliaferro, formerly of
tl.-;ui;maa in tho laleReptiblican thj3 cjly but nowo! Charlotte, was here
CVcvetik:iwasMr.RuthGorber. Heis to-dav on a brief visit. He says that
Yacht Race. Whv?
The pilot boat Uriah Timmons, In the report of the proceedings in
Cipt. Morse, of Smithyille, and the the Ilouse of Representatives on the
pilot boat John S. Sioddos. Capt. Swan. 10th inst., a3 published in the Congres-
of Charleston, S. C, had a friendly swnal liecord, pendiug discussion on
trial of pct-d yesterday in the Cape the River and Harbor Appropriation
Fear at Smithville, in which the former Bill, our Representative, Hon. Whar
boat was the victor. The race was Ion J. Green,, endeavored to have tho
from opposite the town to a point near appriation for the lower Cape Fear
tho bar and return, a distance of about raised from $75,000, as recommended
six miles, and was witnessed by a good by tho Committee on Appropriations, to
many interested spectators. $150,000, and made an able and'elo-
qaeat argument in favor of the increase,
as is fhown bv his SrwPfh TnhHhpH in
At a Democratic, meeting held at the Review vesterdav. Ttw.nVm,-
Rccky Point yesterday, the following tratedf however, that of the last appro
priation ol $225,000, there was on .the
delegates were elected to attend the
County Convention, which will mee
at Burgaw on Monday, the 16th inst:
Messrs. Jesse Bowden. I). S. Black, R.
I. Dunham. T. J. Armstrong and W.
Messrs. R. L. Bordeaux, T. A. Mc-
first of July, 18S3, an unexpended bal
ance of something more than $108,000.
or, to be exact, $168,392.52, on" hand,
and this fact was a fata! blow to Col.
Green's efforts. How it happens that
such a large balance remains un ex pent!
Mai. Charles Manly Stedman of
NewIIandver, possesses in an eminent
degree, evfery qualification for theoflice
of Lieutenant-Governor; and his nomi
nation by tne approaching Democratic
fctatc Oonvenlion, would be a merited
recognition of patriotic services, and
would meet the imperative demands of
Maj. S ted man is a cenlleman in
whom the virtues of private and public
life join in perfect harmony, presenting
a cnaracter tuat challenges respect and
admiration. Commanding in nerson.
liberal in the expenditure cf his "private
means ior tne puolJC good, a tireless
canvasser and magnetic orator, he
would rally the masses to .the DeniCr
craiic standard all over the State.
If eiected he would fill the position
with credit to himsel and to the satis
faction for the Demle. Wadesloro In
Lendon, John Durham. G. B. Lee and ed does not appeart and in view of the
T T II . n. A n.n.nMnfl rtitmn. ....
great benefits which have already ac
crued from tho improvements of the
lower Cape Fear and of the vast im
portance of its being pushed energct
ically, systematically and actively until
W. B. Hocut were appointed Demo
cratic Executive Committee for the
Paper and Tablets.
We have received from tho Augusta
(Ga.) Chronicle and Constitutionalist all ita possilities are accomplished, we
several samples of writing paper and are constrained to ask. Why? It is a
pencil tablea" made at their own es- work of absolute necessity to our city;
tablishment The samples are very it is equally as necessary to the State-
good, the tablets are of different sizes more than that it is a work of nation
and are very convenient, Tho prices al importance and value, and we are
quoted appear to be very reasonable bound to ask, why, when the govern-
and it would probably be to the ad- ment has appropriated the means, does
vantage of our dealers to open a cor- the work linger and dally and the funds
respondence with their office with a
view of placing tho goods in our mar
a tniiterof heijht and flesh, and seems
S'kj'crfectiy healthy. Indian look-
:s4U rb!a:k and straiihtt he would
a; ,"u to be over seven feet high and
sr.bibly to weigh six hundrc 1 pounds
the people in Charlotte are all that is
clever and kind and whole-souled, but
thatthere's no place liko Wilmington.
Weareagain indebted ta Mr. Gee
M. Crapon, andou this occasion for a
bunch of pcacbe taken from a young
The branch is but
Jcaa K.cLepin, the author of the
;esci tcrs oa of "Macbeth." ia which tree in his carden
Sfia IkmLardt has caused such a sen- little "more than a foot in length and
u:wi. is studying "Othello," in Eng- yet thcro were 18 peaches in all on it,
ki. with a view of performtng tho all ripe', or nearly ripe.
tvlia Holland. It is said that his t. r n-
Executive- Committees, elected on
Wednesday night lsst. will hold
a meeting, immediately after the ad
iournment of the County Convention,
k.'L complexion, bushy eyebrows and
-k Lp Cl hinl admirably for lh role.
ANcwYirk letter sajs: -Socially
i'n. Liar.nr is slowlv butsurelv be-
ecaisj popular in New York. She haa nexl Monday evening, for the purpose
cLannioliule house in Thirteenth ot perfecting their organization
.i.-a. quat and respectable but not Every Farmer ought to get a "Boy
-wsabla neishborhood where sho ciioDcr Tlow." greatest invention ol
hnchcons occasionally to friends, tDC jjc. Jacoki is the Agent. t
.;vi s comfortably with her mother.
Mr. Thomas A. Hodges, who lives on
Dock street, between Eighth and Ninth,
and is employed in the wood depart
ment of thehops ot tho Wilmington &
Weldon Railroad, had the mislortune
yesterday afternoon to fall from a stag
ing in the shop to the floor by which he
received severe and painful, although
not serious injuries. He was at work
upon the staging, which was quite nar
row, when by some mis-step he fell,
his head striking a heavy wooden
ramc work, inflicting painfnl wounds
on the face and limbs. He was con
veyed to nis home where surgical as
sistance rendered him as comfortable
as possible. Fortunately no bones were
broken, nor is there any evidences as
yet that he received internal injuries.
A Saturday Sermon.
"How pleasant Is Saturday night,
Wiien I've trica autne wees to be good."
We wonder how many thero are in
our congregation of readers who can
lay their hands on their watch pockets
and with truth repeat the above couplet
remain unexpended? What is th use,
wo would like to know, of taxing our
Representatives with the perplexity of
obtaining an appropriation, to have it
remain idle and the most important
improvement in the State be suffered to
lanquish? We felt exceedingly jubilant
when an appropriation of $225,000
was secured for the improve
ments of the lower Cape Fear, and we
have watched and admired the persis
tent efforts of Col. Green to secure as
large an appropriation as possible for
the same pui pose, but when we find
him handicapped by an idle, unexpend
ed balance larger than the entire
amount he called for and much more
than twice as large as he was able to
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
LATIMEE-EMPIRf In,St. James Church,
WllmlDgton, N. C, Wednesday, the 11th inst .
by Rev. Daniel IMorrelK Mr. IIEEBtcRT li.
IATIMKK to Miss FANNY EMPIE, all of this
Wtwmbegi4 to receive coouaxakaCtB
front onr friends oa aay; art all tr&jacta .
teaeral Interest tret i ,
TfcVtame ot the writer moat always U
ifehea to the Editor.
nConuanalcatlonainMt b writtaa ca cal
one aide of tne paper, i ;
PersonaBtlei mast be avoWed; ;
And It Is especially and particularly sneer
stood that the Editor does not always endoi ae
the views of correspondents cnleaa so state
In the editorial cohomna. ;r
IlECZlVEDr Br THE
JglDS WILL. BE
tccretary of St. ftcphcn'a A. U.K. Church
Bulldinj- Committee,' Jos. K. Sampton. fat
Reenter of wzrrM.TvV'oAV
fi.putH.Dg la .and completlnc tha raliery and
ceilins the auditorium. . b
r,nwiipcmaitioa cn bo en at the
onicc ot the Secretary.'
Tho Committee reserves tho rizht to reject
any incompetent bidder. , J
JAMES W. ELFAIC, Chairman.
JOS. E. SAMPSON, Secretary.
.Wilmington, N. C, June 13. 1$S4.
junc 13 U
116 IVIarket St.
FRENCH In this city, on the 14th inst ,
LOUISE, infant daughter of John t, and M
Lou French, aged 1 year and 2 days
Funeral" will take place from residence No.
42 Dock gt., Sunday morning, at 9 a. m.
Friends and acquaintances of tho family are
Invited to attend-
TON'T PUT OFF LISTING YOUR TAXES
but come at once and get it off your mind.
J. G. BUBR,
junclllt Star copy Tax Lister
Clay Peas ! Clay Peas !
AND MIXED COW PEAS.
Suitable for Planting or Feed.
Just received and for sale by
june 14 lw B. F. MITCHELL & SON.
Enibroiu'e'red Wliite Dresses,
Nainsook Checks and Stripes,
Marseilles and Pique Welts, .
Persian Lawn and Linens,
Tucking and all our Embroideries.
rTHE LADIES OF THE FIFTH STREET
M. E. nTITTRnir will MtA nn V.-rnr-Bnn
secure, we are surprised. The' judicious the, 8eamer passpout to sm'ituvillk
expenditure of that unexpended balance isth. Refreshments win bo on sale' at city
rf ftlRfl nOO nnn d hnvo hPPn r,f xttt fXiCD 1Ui "P ou cenw. cnuaren
w w v w w a m j w www v j
great value to our city and State and
naif price. Boat leaves Market Dock at 9 .
would have furnished such an abundant
testimony of the importance of the
work that Col. Green would have met
with no remonstrance at almost any
amount he might have asked for. The
wonder to us is that he was. able to ob
tain a farthin .
m. . sharp.
.jane 14 2t sat tu
Cheap ! "
Star copy sun, toes
Another large consignment of Sash,
oors & Blinds at Factory prices, just
received at Jacobi's Hardware Depot. t
'I 'HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING QUAH-
itied as administrator on the estate of J. C.
Myers, deceased, on the 14th dav of Jane.
1884, in the Superior Court of New Hanover
iounty, nouce is nereby given to all persons
Indebted to said deceased to make Immediate
payment, and all persons having claims against
bitiu estate win present ineni ior navment on
or before the 14th day ot Junc, 1885, or thi3
o a annlulnrv r iKAmcaYraa f Jrf rra in
; . . - . In , u j Doors & Blinds at Factory prices, just wm be plead in bar of their recovery
ten, nor one in twenty, we'll be bound. I . , . x. T1 i r a This 14th day of June, 1884.
There may bo a-few, but the number
will be dismally small, and we should
bo tempted to take even their words for
june 14 lawow
GEO. B. MYERS.
Church Services To-Morrow
St. John's Church, corner Third and Red
j. :u .:-.i.iinri, tu Cross streets. Rev. James Carmichael. D. D.
it Ulth some grams ot allowance. There ltor. First Sunday after Trinity, June 15,
is so much that is selfish, unerateful ioiy communion ai a. m
In Prarsr at II rtVlnr.k. Snnihir R.hrknl at H
1 . 1 I - J " "
anu perversely wicsea in poor numan (o'clock, p. m. Evening irayer ate o'clock
Music In tho Air
As will bo seen by reference
Tc is-jn air concert at tho City Hall ad vert i ling columns, the I-anies of tl
n-clut evening was well attended FflQ Street M. E. Chruch will give a
tad u not beca for tho rudeness
Jlot of thoughtlc&t boys, would
-uctaa dchshtful entertainment
k?;e asHnublazc of listener.
excursion on Che Fitssport to Smithville
and Fort, on Wednesday next. There
will undoubtedly be a largo party as
thoso ladies know iust how to make
their excursions plcasantand agreeable.
Tho opening ball al the Scaido Park
Hotel will take place on next Friday
eveninr. tho COth inst. The manage
ment extends a cordial invitation to all
mests'of the hotel and friends and en-
Bleectoa wcrc excellent, tho parts
t:i eU balanced, the time and bar.
JS -d aud the pieces were well
l--Ou!. Ttc club is an honor to our
, I' tc: cily on account of the muiical
-which it is composed, bat be
i taembers arc amoilg the
'it b,;. """" .I tertainmcct will bo protideJ for all vis;
Tb: o;u iiable occ35sion tu
c.. tret delight td bundcrcds of oar
. rJti lsJ wo hope that they may bo
during the season. Io Gcr. barque MUinlic, Schering, clear-
r atothe confoiion made by tho cd tc-day for Bristol, Eng.. with 1.750
U,.'.. tTcr-icg. we are glad to ray casks pirits turpentine and 1.IC3 bar-
fll,'t:fctat0bel,lcre4olto1 b0'Uh reU rosin, valncd at $25,675. shipped
fcKeJ i ra,her exhabranl,T manir by Mcsrsa. Alex. Sprunt & Son. Brig
cm from am design or wiih Clara Jlcllc, Branscom, cleared for
Hcx"1'. XV like lo at Aspinwall with 1 023 creosoted rai.Toad
iLv"' but we d:'!ike to se them, ties and 213 croosoted pilingf. valued at
fw.!.V:vniljonilJcflheiryoQlb 10 S3.407J.shioped by Messrs. Nortnrop
cuiMUVea as tO C3.ni in. t.ru.M:...m.i :n .tnln n PTivtHt
forhzo aaiounting to $20,062.30,
jSj.atlSc?fr !?5 Everybody in want of Taints, White
rpaAied and aU for fifty J Glast &c. should go to JacodiV
First Baptist Church, corner of Market and
Firth streets, liev. x. 11. iTHcnara, u. u.
pastor. Services at 11 a. m., and 8.15 p. m
conducteu by itev. j
at 4 p. m. Prayer
at 8.15 o cloct.
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
I Sixth and Market streets. Kev. F. w. E. Pes
ha vo decided lv tho advantage as voulchau. Pastor. English services at II o'clock.
I n -l m f Q n'finh- r m 1tt Pan TlTm
uuiy tuuiu uuo uu iucj wuuh iubuj, i stoudemire. sunaay scuooi at v.so a.m. w.
1L Strauss, Superintenaent.
nature that to be real good all the time
is real hard work, and "don't you fori
get it." You may be good in your own
estimation, but whether others will
think so is a question, and those others
and the majority will rule in such mat.
tcrs as they do in everything else. We
reckon that some -of you have been
passably good and that is about all.
with a ticht squeeze for even that. To
ba real good all the time requires more ng at 3 p. m. ; Prayer meeting Thursday even
patience, more self-denial and morerg"'oclocf;
SEA SIDE PARK HOTEL,
Will take plicc next
JUNE 20th, 1884.
All guests of the Hotel and friends are cor
dially In vltel to attend.
Entertainment for all visitors,
june 14 tf
Our Dr. N. Robinson,
-T71BOM BLADEN, HAS ARRIVED. Also,
Second Presbyterian Church, corner of
Fourth and Campbell streets. Prayer meet-
lag services t 11 a. m. No service at night.
Sabbath scnooi at p.m.
Fifth Street M. E. Church, between Nun and
Church streets, Rev. VV. I. Hull, Pastor.
In Silk Sash Ribbon, Black and Col-
Besides a Complete Assortment of
FANCY DEESS GOODS.
All at Very Low Prices,
fl3. n3. KATZ
116 Marker St.
may 19 ........ ,
Ulaine & Logan.
HEIR NOMINATION DOES NOT BE1I
consiaeraiion ior mo icenngs, wisnes Front and Walnut streets. Rev. Dr. E. A.
and desires of others than we. poor,
selfish mortals, arc apt to bestow. We
have so many inclinations so many
pet hobbies and fancies of our own to
nourish that wn don t take time to
imagine that there are others in just
the same fix as ourselves, and who are
choice Goods from New York, Philadelphia,
Front Street M. E. Church, South, corner of Uiitimore, and many more are expected. The I to give general satisfaction to tho Eenublicana
Yates, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m. Sabbath school at 3 p. ra., W. M. Parker,
superintendent. Prayer meeting and lecture
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Christian
Association Tuesday evening after rirst and
third Sabbaths, at 8 o'clock. Seats free and
strangers and visitors cordially invited.
Religious services in Tiles ton Upper Room
every Sunday at 3 P M. Public cordially in
Seamen's Bethel, Dock between Water and
throughout the country there secri to bo a
disposition to bolt. Let 'cm rip. The conntrr
entiled to just as mauy opinions .and Front streets. Capt W. J. Potter, Mlaslona
... i,r r .j I ry to the Seamen. Services every Sunday at
Dnviiezes as we are. we nave do iaea iift.so a. m and 4.30 p. m. oeamea ana au
of a compromise with anybody or any
thing and arc so outrageously seiGsh
that goodness is so far below par that
it is hardly quotable. m The fact is, wo
don't believe the con pie t which we
others are cordially invitca. Seats free. Part
ot the service will be In Norwegian, conducted
by Capt. Chiisdansen. .
St Thomas Pro-CathedraL First Mass at 1
a m. Second Mass at 10 a. m. Vespers and
Benediction at 5 o'clock p in . Daily il.ss ci
Christ Church (Congregaaonallst)Nun street,
arrived and the "Old Folks" cm come in on
the more substantial in the same line. We
have a small stock of choice N. C. Meat. S. C
tenU and I. X. L. Hams. Strip), a. C. Miould-
er3. Dried Beef. Ac
Notwithstanding the decline in Suzs.tr we
are selling as' low a they can be bought eUe-where..
We can sell the vent best Familv Flour at
AT T r. A 1 t . 1 . 1 a .
june 14 IT r. G. 4 N, ROBINSON.
tar copy tuts
will be rerfectlr safe aa lone aa McGOWAN
sells the best and the coolest Beer In the city
at a cents a glaes. And don't forget It Is tae
only place in the city where you can get that
four year old Clemmer Whiskey. june 11
At Three Cento.
have taken as a text is very applicable I between sixth and Seventh. Ucv. D.D.Dodge
to your particular case. Wo would be s Qci6ck, p. m. Pastor's Bible class
irlid tn sraak diffiirentlv but with a at lx.15 p. in, Prayer and Praise, meeung,
giaa 10 speak uiuerenuy. oui wun 1 Wednesday, 8 o'clock, p.m. Sunday school,
George U ashington Virtue Which can- 3 o'clock, p. m., In Memorial Hall, cornr 7th
not tell a lie, we are bound to say that aIseco?SBapUst Church, on sixta, utween
wc don't believe yon are any
v t) tA WamIaas a 1 1 a w- An1 4k n m Willi
than you oaght to be. There. is a grand dy school at 9 a. m. Prayer meeting every
chance for improvement, and wo ad, " . . f
vise you all to try jour luck At being j and Campbell streets, A. M. Conway, paator.
m;w;t iusu juu oif"uv ici twi I m. e. a. ocnooi at 1 p. m
at trrwJ a th limM and the condition
r.w tu ' . win I We have received a communication
bo a tooga job we know. bat there a bo f ' T , fpint f;ftTern.
dancer of your dying from oyenrorK, 1 orv The sentiment all over the State,
however, is overwhelmingly lor ilaj.
S ted man, and we think it best and
slruggla as bard as you may.
Now is the time to give Smith's Wprza proper that be should be nominated by ,
Oil. . ' - ly Q-tt I acclamation. Jtayaiccuic voserver
Man's next best friend la the druggist ,
H mitigates life's ill,
He sella a2plasters for oor bact s,
And oar prescriptions fill.
When we go mopln j 'round about
With any kind of pa!n.
He's quick to find a panacea
That makes us well again.
If there's no money In cur purse,
There's kindness in his heart.
He'll with com pass ion case our pal a
In peace let cs depart.
Such Is the drurgUt yon will meet.
At least such I have met,
Yoa ask their name? Well, these are ihcy,
Munds Bros. & DeRosset.
W. & E. S. LATIMER,
Of2c S. E. Ccr. Prlnecaa'anelater St.
J-EW YORK HERALDS WJLL BE80ID
frim tbU date at THREE CENTS.-
SUNDAY HERALD at FIVE CENT?. '
AT ; . : ;:' . '
Uve Book, and Untie gton
Daring tho Campaign.
yy-E Willi FURNISH 5E.V YORK TA-
PER3 at the followlrg: piicca : , .
HERALD, (Including f and ij) per week isc. .
times, - - v rc.
TRIBUSE, ; . f. 2.
WORLD, . - : . 7 23c.
SU2T, V : 20c
V YATES IS O OK STOKC,' :
;jTn3 9 . t. . larkctttrccfV
I IO gvfc DC51 quaiiuea ouu juhm i