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T-- VOL. VIII.
WILMINGTON. N. C. MONDAY. JUNE 23, 1884.
rr TU Aiy Review has the largest ' Great damage is being done oq both
. circulation of any newspaper tide of the Rio Grande by the overflow
, VtLol in tied if Wilmington.
--zr r . : 1 Texas, has been nearly destroyed.
TT"pJ.re. a Frenchman, did uot
, trcicl until aficrhe was 100 years The greatest distanco ever ridden on
, i tu uei oftn to refer to the first a bicycle without dismounting Is stated
k,T jcars of his life.
in a rcw
There arc some
t alligator. Wt a man I
York '" Friday. Inaie
that even an
n.xtla NcifiHe, the self-styled
. ,.r Canada and the United
c...,s tas been indicted in Toledo
Gik. tj the grand jury, for bigamy.
7 r-.reed with having several
jig - . -o-
v.w York IlfcrM publishes Tig-
cJ 0i tie "Pemocratio Presidential
r-br for Chicago." and sticks In toe
imurofMQinweu ijcoi; uauer.
t.:. i.M co the ccntlcmcn whom it
rrucps with him.
Mb Msad Banks, daughter of Gen
..iv p Hints, rcccotlv made her
the amatuer dra-
ci-jc'stsze. Ia ber father a pretty
rxl actor was spoiled to make a poor
Tsi culture U exciting a good deal of
;.. in Louisiana, and a new
.-- intended to prepare the
orasikct without waiting
process of water rotting, has
tobs 230 miles and 409 yards. Thofcat
was accomplished in London in 18SO.
Nasiivii.lk. Tkxn The Daily
IJorW, sajs: St. Jacobs Oil is hi-hly
recommended by all bo hare tried it. I
lis curali re proicrties are wonderful.
IIDU TO IIW ADYERTISEISEITS.
f HEitK-The Bee litre
T C MiULra Conunlmm
B 11 McLTlR Jeiwyi, Ac
D A Smith WUow Shades
IlKursBuoxx At Three CenU
THOS C. Cxait, Agt-Furaltarc
C W Tatx Darloic the Caapaln
W B Srxrxoca & Co Hejulqtuirters
MdocaALL A Bo ex Lap Robes
Geo B racNCU & Sons Handsome
Giua A McRcnigox Jret EeUuCUon
P L Brizhjus & Co Scuppernong; Wine
raBKU & Tatlor DriTC Well Pomps
Mcxds Bros. Jt DrRosset Kx. Vanilla
F W Claec. O P A For SUte Conrentlon
Ixccrsiox Uowartl Relief Fire Koflse
Company Mo. 1
ExcVKSIox Latlles Front St M. K. Church
Organ Fund Society
The silver speaking trumpet, won by I
the "little Giants in the recent com'
pctitive trial oC engines at Newborn,
was on exhibition to-day at Mr. Geo.
llonuets lewclrv establishment, on
Alarket street. It is a beautiful instru
ment, and ono of which the Coin.
puny has every reason to bo proud.
Ladles Benevolent Society.
The monthly meeting of the Ladies
Bencrolent Socictj, called for early this
month, being too thinly attended forth!
lull transaction of business,it is earnest
ly dejired that all the visitors and others
interested should meet on Tuesday next,
the 24th inst., at 5 o'clock, in Miss An
nie Hart's school room, on Third street.
This announcement is made at the re
quest of the President.
The Right Ticket.
The Ladies of Front Street M. E.
Church propose to give one of their
usually enjoyable excursions down the
river onWedncsday, the 25th inst. They
will serve dinner on board. J-ast year I
their tables were line. They propose
now to have boiled ham, fried chicken,
deviled crab, chicken salad, boiled
tonguo-and all sorts of good things.
Those who want a good day will do
NEW: AIVIT1SKMNTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
at $1.50, 2.50, 2.75, 3.00. and 3.50.
. . Jerseys Plain and Braided.
LINEN AND MOHAIR ULSTERS.
. .- COLORED LAWNS IN GKEAT VARUTTV.
Fullest assortment o! Fishing Tackle wcl1 10 go op Wednesday.
can be found at Jacobi's.
There was only one bale of cotton rc-
fibre ceived at this port to-day.
x,gg were aoiu ai six uozen lor a
dollar this morning at some of
A New York sculptor has just
ruiiJ a hat in da? of Mr. Blaino.
it has been one of those very dull
nara via etaroa
rrtpirstorj to reprouacing in pui; anJ not oblaincd
Tte bast was modelled from me ana
l esteruay was another hot day, but
it did not hinder the presence of large
congregations at the different churches.
tie sculptor his a letter from Air.
Kilna croriouncinz his work Satis
Father Beckx. for miny years past J.nere is a Dusn meeting in progress
. .1 il A lL1.il. t - t . i t
the rector cenersl. of the Society or loo.Aimeuc viuo urounus, at wnicn
Jenus. has defioitclr retired therefrom . exercises arc kept up until nearly day-
U h Baaxtdcd by Father Acderlady, Hght.
voi. iw. ii. Aioore nas so isr recovcrea
from bis late severe illness as to be
upon our streets for a short time this
who haj already entered on the
charge of his dalles. Father Beckx
coir ninety years of age.
Philadelphia consumes 72.COO.000
Cil'cs of witer per day, or abont two
tirrtlsfor each man, woman and child
a the city. The greater part of this
wiUrU said to be wasted, and it is
eitlsited that the supply Is sufficient
lor a city of over 2.000,000 inhabitants.
lid Bradley, at White Cloud.
D&a;hia county, was on Saturday on
her &h day of deliberate fasting. She
? . . ... . ..
ujojearsoij ana the daughter ot a
weo-to-do Englishman. On account of
a qaxrrcl with her father, she has rc-
Dr. E. W. Ward, of Onslow, is in
the city to-day in attendance on the
closing excrcisci of the St. James
Seminary, where bis daughters aro at
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 first case for the Mayor's consid
eration this morning was Louis Bour
I jar, a sailor, who was charged with dis
orderly conduct, lie was fined 5 for
James Bunk, also a sailor, for disor
derly conduct, was fined $3.
Jane Bunting and Elsie Buntijg, col
ored, and mother and daughter, were
charged with disorderly conduct on
Saturday night. The former was dis
charge and the latter was fined $5 for
Some time between 12 o'clock and 7
o'clock yesterday morning some scamp
broke a pane ot glass in one of the win
dows of Mr. J. F. A. Reaves1 5 and 10
cents store on South Second street, and
stole such articles as could bo reached,
the whole amounting to $3'or $4. Mr.
Reaves has no idea as to who was the
WHITE LAWN ROBES A few choice styles of recent importation, and at
FANCY MATTLNGS All Excelsior, at the cheapness. We are dkawixg
..- 4 trade from a distance by offering desirable goods cheap.
'Y- FINE,: EMBROIDERY received to-day. Who will see them first ?
A few CARPETS left and they are cheap.
: LACE CURTAINS at rock bottom prices.
Turkish Bath Soap.
R. Mi rJclTJTIRE.
jnne 23, 1884
Would be the correct name for
We are always busy from early morning 'till late at
night, but last Saturday beat all previous days. Our
lionest and square dealing is telling with the people.
We guarantee to give to each and every patron fully
.one hundred cents value in return for each and every
one of your dollars, andj frequently much more. It
makes no difference what inducements other houses
may offer in the way of price?, we can always save you
al least from 15 to 20 per cent, on every dollar by deal
ing with us.
u art ere
JpOR risniNQ TACKLE, .
-.. -: . ' at- 1 - : ,
W. E. SPRINGER A CO'S..
, - 19. 11 and 23 llarket Boeet
TOO I arret I and brt unrlmr m-M
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
114 MARKET ST.
IN PRICE OP MAJOLICA WARE at
. w ILKa, MURCHISON'a.
J one 23 109 and HI Mnrchtoon Clock.
81 Per Gallon.
TyE HAVE A SMALL QUANTITY Of this
Tf .-'" ;- f:.,.;,r;::cv- . '
line NATIVE WINE that wo are cloabg out
at ONE DOLLAR PER GALLON. ' We can
recommend it to be ' . ,
Pure, Sweet & Wholesome,
with the fuU flaror of the grape.. We bough I
It at a low flgure and propose to glye ' our cua
tomers thebenellt of It. " '
There la no beverage more eoolln andrtp
freshing a warm summer day than a first
class arUcle of North Carolina Scuppernong "
w ine witn a muo ice, and. there U no bercr-
age as cheap that produces the satisfaction ,
In using this Wlncv Come at once. 1
P. L. BRIDGEKS,&,'00.
HO North Front 8t.
A grand family excursion will be
given to Smith vi lie and the Forts on
thief and had no knowledge that he had I Thursday next, 26th inst., on the steam
been robbed until the fact of the broken er Passport, by the members of the
window was called to his attention yes- Howard Belief Steam Fire Engine Co ,
There seems to be nothing now in the
ahapo of amusement until the Fourth of
fexd to tat or f peak for over six weeks July, when'cyery body will want to go
... ,. "" out of town to hare fun.
Aliens, writes a London correspoa"!
, ia a rather tall, alight, frcsb-com- inero win oe an important meeting
pUxioccd man whr. nnvrr info of the Seaside Park Base Ball'CIub, at
rx?a or fOM tmt- hnl mlJirr flows in Messrs. Jno. W. Gordon & Smith's
sal oat like a fresh breeze, ilearty and office, this evening at T-o'clock.
J.. I "
w.-oaTenwonai. a witty ana easy con- The Republicans of the Fifth Ward
erutioaa!ist. he is a most agreeable win organize a IUaiuo and Logan club
COTapamoo. tn-nirht Rt Ihn i mulr hnnA on Kinth
i . i 1 i i
m ueratire rote iu the
ncprcKutatirca on the recommendation
v Appropriation CommiUco to
Boa-coccur in the Senate amendment
The moon changed ' this morning at
19.minulca past 12 o'clock, but the rain
so confideiitiv nrrdietd bv madv as a
creasing the carrier service, will ena-1 consequence thereof has not yet arriv-
e ice rostoffioo Department to enlarge ed.
carrier force in tho seTcral cities by
The additional force will be put
a ia Joly
Wi da not know that anr result will Wednesday, when tho closlnz exercises
, fnehed at this session of Congress will bo held
The examinations of the pupils of
Misses Borr & James School are now
in rrorrc3s and will continue until
w rtxrd to Hon. W. J. Green's bill
lisrenoTalof tho tax on tobacco
ia4 oa ipirit distilled from fruit. Tho
oiUer was brought up in the Demo
crxUc caucus last Tuesday night by
r. Tucker, of Virginia, who urged
rtUl be taken up and passed.
The hour of holding the Sunday
School of the First Baptist church has
been changed, and commencing next
Sunday, it willconvcoeatUSO a. m., in
stead of at 4 p. in., as heretofore.
This weather suggests the importance
y r ' " i
odccii!oa see mi to hara been ar. I of thoroughly disinfecting all premises.
IlU6Xntedthatlfthe barU is to
oftUDeTaocraUo candidate for
7!. Sphen J. Field ought not
"worerlooked. He Is worth about
'tt.OOOacdhehaa two brothers who
taocg the richest men in the coon-
Cyras W. Held is ottea spoke ol
J orth S20.000.000 and Dar id Dudley
f-lU worth'aoywhere from $10,
PQO.OCO to S3).000t000.
J National Democratic Committee
t tU tkketa of admluloo to the
Jiiioaal Coorentloa at Chicago will be
buted according to rtala rules.
cannot be girca as a faror to any
f Each delegate wiU hare six tick-
toT distribution to the public Ap
by newspapers for desk prir
Js, it u auted, should be made prior
back lots and stables in order to avoid
disease. "An ounce of prevention is
worth a pound of care," is an axiom
peculiarly adapted to the season, and
we hope that it may be heeded.
Tbo Chautauqua moyemeat has been
extended to include the young folks.
who already have a ''Reading Union."
They are. now to haro an illustrated
periodical of high character, which will
be issued in July by tho Publishers of
the far-famed Wide Awake magazine.
D. Ixthrop & Co., Boston,- who will
send it free for two months to ny of
our readers who may request it.
Tbo following delegates to the State
Convention will leave here for -Raleigh
oato-nitht'a Carolina Central train:
Mai. C. M. Stedmaa, Hon, S. U. Fisb,-
blate acd Messrs. T. W. Strange and.
J p. Lnmsdcn. The remainder of the
delegates will not leave until to-mor.
row night , ;
Dividing tho Funds.
News and Observer: On Thursday
Hon. Geo. Davis and Col. S. L. Fre
mont, of Wilmington, ;on the part ot
the Diocese of East Carolina, and Col.
W. . Anderson and Mr. R. H. Battle,
on tne part or tne uioccse oi norm
Carolina, together with the treasurers
of the two dioceses, Mr. Chas. . John
son and Dr. A. J. DeRosset, met in
Raleigh bv appointment and divided
the funds and securities of the undivided
diocese of North Carolina equally be
tween the two.
A New Method.
Mr. J. R.Turrentine, corner of Dock
and South Water streets, showed us
this morning the different stages
through which wheat passes before it
becomes flour, by a new patent process,
recently invented. By the process the
old-lashioned and time-honored mill
stones are supersed and the flour is
made bv passing through a series of
rollers. There are 22 of these rollers
through which the wheat consecutively
passes until it is changed from the raw
material to flour fitted for consumption.
We saw samples ot it in every stage of
preparation, and it was quite an inter
Col. Wad tie 1 1 In Juaurinbursr.
The Laurinburg ExchanQ thus speaks
of the address delivered in that town
No. 1. Messrs. A. Adrian. J. G. L.
Gieschen. J. G. Oldenbuttel and F. C.
Miller form the committee of arrange
ments and this statement is in itseii a
guarantee that nothing will be left un
done that will promote the comfort or
the pleasure of their guests.
jgTOVJES, TIN WARE,
ICQ CREAM FREEZERS, at
PARKER A TAYLOR'S.
PURE WHITE OIL. june 83
At Three Cento.
J-EW YORK HERALDS WILL BE SOLD
from thla date at THREE CENTS. ' '
SUNDAY HERALD at FIVE CENTS.
june 23 Lire Book and lluato Stores.
EnjoyaT)le Excursion Window Ghado
J FORTS, on the Steamer
The Art Amateur for July
Gives an excellent design of Mountain
Laurel for Tiles: a Thistle decoration
for a Panel; a Virginia Creeper design
for Screen Embroidery; a Hickory de-
si ra for Renosse Brass: a design of
Maple Leaves for Wood Carving; an rF the howab
exquisite Ceiling Decoration of Cherubs, co . Ho l.
by F. Boucher, printed in color, and a
great variety of miscellaneous designs
and sueeestions for art workers. The
Paris Salon and the Paris Exhibition
of Meisson'.er's works are reviewed in
in detail and copiously illustrated, a
rare engraving of "La Rixei" owned by
Oueen Victoria, being especially note
worthy. An invaluable feature of this
number is the long and admirable ar
tide, in the 'Modern Home" series, on
the decoration and furnishing of the
dininzrooxn. Price 35 cts. 4 a year
Montague Marks, Publisher, 23 Union
Square, N. x .
The firemen delight yet to talk about
the fun they had while at Newbern.
suithville and the
WEDNESDAY, the 25th. under the manage
ment of tho Ladles' Front St. Church Organ
Fund Society. No Baskets needed. Splendid
dinner on board. Ice Cream, Ac , aU at city
prices. Fare 53 cents ; children under li years
25 cents. Boat leaves at 9 o'clock,
juno 23 2t
Grand Family Excursion
HOWARD BELIE r FIRE EN
D. No 1. on the Steamer PASS.
PORT, to Smith ille and the Forts, THURS-
mja x , o une so. lo&t.
Refreshments on board. Music by the Ital
ian uarpers. xicaets soc; Chiidien 25c.
Committee A Adrian, JG.L Gieschen, M.
Rathien. J. G. Oldenbuttel. F. C. Miller.
JN ENDLESS VARIETY. THE FINEST
assortment of Trunks, Bags and batchels ever
aTEW STOCK OF TRANSPARENT AND
other styles, all new. Also new :arrlrals of
-i DINLNQ ROOUj",
i- rURNITURE. ,
Call and examine i prices and tenns. .
Fumlturo Dealer, Front Street
offered In this city. Saddles, Harness, Bug
gles, Phsetons, Road Wasrons, Ac, at prices
to suit the times. Trunks repaired bv the
only practical trunk maker In the state.
MCDOUGALL A BOWDEN,
114 North Frovt St.
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture 8 tore
Every Farmer ought to get a "Boy
CliDDer Plow.' greatest invention of
the age. Jacori is the Agent. f
on the 12th inst., by Hon
dell, at the' Laurinburg
Col. VYaddell was most happily intro
duced by Mai. John D. Shaw, as the
brave soldier, -the able Congressman.
the eloquent orator and first Southern
man invited to address the (J rand Army
ot the Republic. After thanking the
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
filunds Bros. & DeRosset,
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Manufacture a delicious
Extract of Vanilla.
Flavor your Ici Cream.
Custards and Pastry with It
And be made happy and contented.
This Extract is used in the
Ice Cream, which has given
Major for his compliments, the COlonei nrMm w.t .ni-n
reierreu to tne lacx inai no naa oeea i splendid reputatton.
requested not to speak on Jbducation or
Agriculture, and proceeded to tne de
livery of a very able and instructive
fie beautifully discussed science aad
scientists, in which he revealed the fact
that he was at home amid the stars, on
the ocean wave, in the bowels ot the
earth, or in the lecture rooms of philos
oohers of this or Dast azes. His cift of
oratory is so great that his forty-five
yiNDOW SHADES, BEDDING,
MOSQUITO NETS, BABY CA RBI AGES.
Out of town buyers expres great satisfaction
with purch&tes made of us, owing to our care
rui mode of packing goo4s. G I re us a call be
fore purchasing. Pxlces as low as any and
stock the largest.
' THOS. C. CRAFT, att..
june?3 28 So. Front St.
During tho Campaign.
TTTE WILL FURNISH NEW YORK PA-
PER3 at the following prices : ,
HERALD, (including Sunday) per week 23c.
TIMES, ; 25c.
TRIBUNE, ' 25c.
WORLD, " " 25c.
SUN, -i see.
YATES' BOOK STOKE, '
jane 23 A IIS Market Street.
FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM PARLOR
at i he corner of Front and Mulberry streets,
where purest Cream in the city can be founL.
Ladles and gentlemen aro respectfully Inrlted
to rail r . ..
Orders promptly filled and deliTertd free of
iuoe 17 lm
A MRS. J. L. FISUEH.
i ... Proprletorj
JOE CREAM SODA CTery day this week.
Nothing of the kind equals It.
Rendezvous for Ladies.
Market and Second Sts.,
fuse 23 Wilmington, N. C.
J a m e s A . Low rev,
"1 lTHEELWRIG HT, BIJLCKS iirTH AND
Carolina Central UAGeF Ye
Work of all kinds attended to without delay.
Thanking my friends for faror extended to
me In the past, I solicit their Kind farors and
ii jiu, jirirrj
GEN'L PASS. DEPARTMENT,
mnOSE ENGLISH TOE BLS A5D Ox-
jnj-UTO I ford tv- .j.-- ...u. of rivE HAND I A
minutes discourse seemed but half the . I -
time to his large audience. Hence be I ooi? shqes for gextlemkn. aw tne
may feel assured that he highly enter-. I hkn nU ia this dtr.
Uined and instructed his atteuUve an- v . t , .
dience, thus sustaining his reputation I : LADrxs SXIPPXR3 tn great rarlety, and
as one or x ortn uaruna s moss guw pet, of n.
and eloquent sons. lie put i leather In uxa H" VAA
his cap for future honors. , Onn: RrTrnTliVfl & SOHS.
Now Ulhe time to give Smith's Wcrxa ; , Kf." rnrrr 8teet.
OH, V . lydrrr I jcre S3 - v
June 2M,, 188 .
their patronage In future. ' After an experi
ence of forty -four years as, a .Mechanic under
Capt- W. H. Bobbltt. of Warren ton. and in
Wilmington, I ant now prepared to conduct
the work la all tta branches In s rood ami
I workmanlike manner.
Place of business, oa Princess, between 3rd
and 4tb streets. nor aoaw-tCv
AND SOUND PARITEI ARB NOW THE
order of the dar. ' FUhlnr at the ''ttoeks"
and the Blackah CroundVMr at lit best.
Fishing poles and lines are not the only re-
at 8.33 A. M., June 21th. JFare for thexxmxd recreston. Before you start os ton your ex-
cur&loli either 4own the rircr cr to the oaa J.
trip, t& ). F. TV. CLATtTT, eaU atMCCOlTAfi'S. and bewUl fix. you up
M i ail tse et cr.ras neccwary f cr tta occasion,
june 23 Xt Gen. Pass. &z'- I 2313
SPECIAL SLEEPING CAR WILL PR
run by this Company for the- accommodation
of delegUea and visitors attending the Demo
cratic State Convention, tearing Wilmington
atSJlP. M, June 22 rd, arrlTlng at ale!gh