North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
JOSH T. JAMES, 5
fii-r montns. V6.w. anree
. AA Mil
Oo J" . nrt. One month. 35 cents.
10011 ' be delivered by carrier free
or 10 cento pct week,
''eetlsingratefllow and HberaL
Subscribers will report finy and all tall-
to lve their paper regnlarly.
Daily Review has the largest
Jja fide circulation, of any newspaper.
-rwi ion Tuesday, Nov. 4.
rff . '
of New York.
kok vice president;
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS
fou governor : r
ALFRED M. SCALES, '
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
FOR STATE" TREASURER:
DONAL.D W. BAIN,
. FOR AUDITOR:
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
upeuintendent of public ii
S. M. FINGER,
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT:
A. S. MERRIMON.
FOR ELECTORS-AT-LARGE :
W. H. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
The late Allan Pinkerton. the detect
ire, left an estate valued at $200,000.
The heat was so great in London on the
4th that work was almost impossible
It is believed that theJEngli3b harvest
this year will be -one of the nnest Of
;. The sanitary inspectors in New York
are now looking after dealers who doc
tor coSee with chrome yellow.'
James Reilly, who has given exhi
bitioDS as a snake charmer, died in ter
rible agony in New York last week
from the effects of a rattlesnake bite.
A Maine Republican has just passed
away at the ripe old age of 110 years.
Some Republicans, says the Boston
Post, had rather die than vote fo
Ex-Collector SimmoDS, of Boston,
one ot Gen. Butler's most trusted lieu
tenaants, was interviewed in New
York, lie says he will cordially sup
The Rochester Union confidently be
lieves that Cleveland and Hendricks
will carry 22 States, haying 255 elector
al vote?. These States are the Solid
South and California, Indiana, New
Jersey, New York, Ohio and Wiscon
sin. In a letter acknowledging the con
gratulations of a well-known" New
York merchant. Governor Cleveland
writes: 4,I am glad that in my nomi
nation you find so many causes for
thankfulness'. I bope that I . f halfc. not
H. B. Scharmann, president of the
Kew York State Brokers' Association,
who has fipr many years been an active
publican, is outspoken in his opposi
fioa to Blaine, and he has many fol
jjwen among the rank and file ot the
German-Americau Republican voters
Sanies M. Brown, pre sident of
XewYork Chamber of Com merce,
s the best interests of the country in
a coQimercial sense demand a change
Prty control and the election of such
1 in as Governor Cleveland . Mr. S.
Babcock, expresident of-the same
yisofhe same opinion.
Prepare for better times. The wheat
CrPof;heUnitd States at 80 cents
Per bushel is worth four hundred mil
dollars. East Of the Rocky moun-
ln ;t is worth $360,000,000. The Win
r wheat is sayed, and is beginning to
jjve briskly to market. Jhia Part of
e Pi which may be considered a
asset, is worth, at 80 cents, $280,
"woo- In a fw weeks the Spring wheat
n?'f wbic ls iQ every way promising,
U1 faU into tho procession.
VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C.V WEDNESDAY. JULY 23
QGen. Logan's letter of acceptance has
been published. It butechoves Mr.
Blaine's few remarks and is careful to
steer clear of shoals and quicksand8
and all embarrassing subjects.
Georce W. Grubb3 has been nomi
nated for Con cress by the Republicans
of the Fifth Indiana Congressional
District, but we incline to the opinion
that Indiana will hardly furnish any
Congressional grub this
Statistics published in Berlin give
80,104 as the number of Germans who
emigrated mostly to America, during
he, first five months of the present
year. This number is 709 less than
the number for the coriespondmg per
iod in 1883. For the same period in
U2 the number was 102,324, and in
1881 it was 102,519.
The estate of the late Archbishop
Jame3 F. Wood, of Philadelphia, is
valued at but $7,143. His will pro
vided that his library and money de
posited with him in truet should bo
transferred to his successor, with the
same power that the decedent held. It
was also set out in the will that there
wa3 no real or personal estate to de
scend to his heirs or next of kin.
We could state for the benefit ot Mr.
Blaine that there is a lar;e force of his
voters now engaged in this State in
building railroads and upon other
works of internal improvement, but,
unfortunatelWDy the terms of their
contract, andlhe interpretation of our
laws, they will not be permitted to re
turn home to vote. '
The Convention of Independent Re
publicans, which met in New York
ye3terday, was largely attended and the
delegates were all representative men.
An organization wa3 effected and an
adjournment was had nntil to-day.
There is but little doubt that Cleveland
and Hendricks will be endorsed.
Edward Kearney, a prominent
Tammany sachem, says: "I am' in
favor of endorsing Cleveland and
iHendricks at once." Thomas Dunlap,
another Tammany sachem, says: "The
ticket is in the field and we will have to
support it. I think that the sooner we
ratify it the better for the party and the
Jacob F. Schoelkopf, the wealthiest
German manufacturer in Buffalo, N.
Y., has declared for Cleveland. Mr.
Schoelkopf is a thorough Protectionist
but he believes Cleveland to be able
and honest, and is for him out and out.
It is conceded that a hirge majority of
the German leaders of Buffalo will
Another Radical rose has fallen to the
ground. Edward McCarthy, of New
Haven, who wrote to Mr, Blaine and,
claiming to be a Democrat, announced
his intention of supporting the Republi
can ticket and to whom Mr. Blaine re
sponded with a regret that he was not
yet abie to discharge the little debt of
gratitude, turns out to b a Republican
of several years standing. He was
formerly a Democrat but became dis
gruntled at not having received a
nomination to which he aspired, and
which was given to a better man, and
has for three elections past voted full
Republican tickets. He is a"Deuiocrat"
of theTyreYorke School. The Blaineites
will please trot out another Democratic
bolter to take the place of this lone
fisherman just as soon as they can find
INDEX TO KEW ADYERTISEMEMTS.
O Blair Wanted
F C Millek Conundrum
Heinsbekger Just Received
W B Hocox Pender Democrats
Scovillb & Co Base Ball Match.
C W Yates Wc Want Your Trade
Jas W Kino Attention Democrats
&IUNDS fcios. & DkRosset Medicines
Capk Fe&r Tobacco Works At Coat
J M McGowak &r Son Something New
J H Glass, Manager Telephone Exchange
There were no tramps at- the guard
house last night.
Wq venture the piediction that Mr.
Frank H. Darby, of this city, will be
the nominee of the Republicans for
Congress in this district.
Health Officer Hay3 was busy to-day
in seeing f hat all the' drains, gutters
alleys and rear premises were thorough
ly disinfected. J
It is said here to-day that Col. Cash
was not the man, after all, who' shot
Douglass, the leader of the expedition
against Bogan Cash. Col. Cash, it is
said, was at his home at the time the
shooting occurred. ;
A sick sailor, belonging to one of theJ
r i . r . I
io reign vessels in porx, was aaicen to
police headquarters last night, and wjis
turned over to the Marine Hospital this
morning for treatment.
The attention of the health authorities
is called to the fact that the odor from
decaying watermelon rinds left in the
sun is not by any means pleasant to the
olfactories nor invigorating to the
system . The smell was a rank one this
forenoon at the foot of Market street..
Hon. Wharton'JV Green and his
daughter, Miss Sadie, are at the White
Sulphur Springs, in Virginia. The New
York World correspondence says that
she is greatly admired and her name
heads a list of accomplished, horse
women that i3 given.
The C. & P. C. K. K.
Capt. R. P. Paddison has taken the
contract for building 15 miles of the
Clinton & Point Caswell Railroad, and
the subscription list has been placed in
his bands for collection. HOwill push
the enterprise with his well-known en
ergy, and he will needthe subscriptions
as fast as theyCan be obtained.
It has been asserted that the climate
ot Wilmington is not suited to the
manufacture of tobacco; that it is too
moist here. We fail to see how this
can be, as Mr. Meadows has now on
hand at his store a lot of Cape Fear
Smoking Tobacco, put up by him four
years ajo, which we smoke every day
and which is as sweet and pleasant as
the day it was first put into the bags.
Messrs. E. J. Moor$-& Co. will have
on exhibition and tor sale at the Lawn
rartv at (Jitv Hall rark to-nignt, a
piece of confectionery in the shape ot a
Confederate Soldier. It will be mount
ed on a pedestal, which will also be a
confection, and will be gotten up with
taste and akill. The proceeds of its
gale will be devoted to the North Caro-
ina' Confederate Home. The pgure
will present a Lfioe soldier-like appear
ance. which Mr. Moore ought ' to know
how to design, as he was for four long
and weary Jyears as gallant a Con feder
ate soldier as ever did honor to the gray
John Mernct, a yon ng colored man,
was brought before the Mayor this
morning a3 a suspicious character. The
evidence showed that he was caught
yesterday afternoon in the house of
Capt. James Bagley, corner of Fourth
and Davis streets, while the family
were absent at the Sound. He had
gained an entrance by ' opening " a
window, and when found was under a
bed with a razor and file in his posses
sion. He was raised on Capt. Bagley 's
premises, and when arrested, claimed
that be entered the house to feed the
canaries. He was taken to the guard
house and was brought up for exsftnina
tion this morning, Due as no one ap
peared against him , he was discharged
The Xjawn Party To-Nifflit.
There will undoubtedly be a large
assembly at the City Hallmark in at"
tendanceupon the.Lawn Party given by
theLadiea' Oakdaie Memorial Associa
tion for the benefit of the North Caro
lina Confederate Home. The manage
ment are making every .exertion possi
ble' toinsurea pleasantjoccasion, and wc
trust that they may be amply rewarded
for their efforts. There will be music
by the Cornet Concert Club, which, of
itself, should be a sufficient inducement
to attend. There will aho be refresh
ments of the best kinds in abundance
which may be obtained at reasonable
prices. The "proceeds of the party
will be devoted to a noble and patriotic
cause which should be dear and sacred
to everv person who had a loved one in
the Confederate Army.
A New Counterfeit.
The secret service division of the
Treasury Department has received ad
vices that a new counterfeit 10 silver
certificate has appeared in the West.
It is supposed to have been printed
from a wood-cut, but is likely to de
cciye an ordinary judge of money. It
is of the serifcs of 1880. G. W. Scho-
field, register; Jamas Gilfillan. treas
urer. The note is one quarter of an
' inch shorter than the genuine ; the.paper
is composed of two thin layers, with
the silk parallel lines and fibre placed
between them. In the . story on the
back, where it should read : And al
public dues and when so received'1 the
word all" is entirely omitted, and the
words "when son are tied together as
one word.- There are numerous other
defects which judges of paper money
will readily discover.
C . ........ . . .4. i. ..- - ' '
Th delegates to the Congressional
Convention at Lumbei ton from this
city are requested to meet at tho City
Hall at 8: 30 o'clock on Friday night.
Business' of importance is to be tran
sacted and it is. hoped that all the
delegates may be present. This call is
issued bylMr. II. McL- Green, chair
man of the County Convention.
The members of tho police force are
anxious to get up a . walking match,
and offer-'ifl Utakisi money on officer
Woebse against "anfr policeman in the
State, the distance to f ten miles or
more. If; ahy1bllce officer' in other
portions of the" State would like to try
ashoft distance running match, officer
Grant, of the-WHinington force, will
be happy to accommodate him.
Democatic Mass Meeting.
As will be sen by notice elsewhere
in this issne, the Democratic Executive
Committee of New Hanover countv
have called a mass meeting of the
Democrats of the county, to be held at
the Court House in Uiis city, at 8:15
o'clock to-morrow night. The object
of :the meeting will be to form a Dem
ocratic Central Club, and it is hoDed
that there may be a full attendance.
From South Carolina.
There will be a match game of base
ball on the 7th of August next, to be
played between the Mechanic nine of
Columbia, S. C, and the Seaside Park
nine of this city. The game will be
played on the grounds of the latter at
m rr I i ait . -
wrigntsviue. me Aiecnanics coming
here for that purpose. An excursion
party irom uoiumoia will accompany
. 1 1 i 1 v v
mem ana we snau do giau to see our
friends from the capital of our sister
There was a very pleasant time at
the Lawn Party last night, given by the
congregation of St. Thomas' Catholic
Church. There was a large number in
attendance, nico retresnments were on
sale, fine music enlivened the hours
and a pleasurable time every way. Col
F. W. . Kerchner was declared the
most handsome we mean the mos
popular mercnant by an immense
majority, in consequence of which he
became thereceipient of the gold-headed
cane. It was worthily bestowed and
we congratulate Col. Kerchner upon
his successful popularity.
Music on the Waters.
The excursion on the Passport to
morrow, will be .given under the auspi
ces of the Cornet Concert Club, and o
course every ticket will be sold. The
number will be limited, aCthe Club are
more anxious that their guests shal
suffer no discomfort from a crowded
boat than thev are to swell the balance
in the treasury. The Club is composed
of some of the best and most deserving
ot buc younger citizens, who have been
at a good deal of expense and the sacri
fice of much time to cater to the mu
steal tastes ot our people, and we
should do all in our power and with
in our means to encourage and sustain
them in their laudable enterprise. .
Maj. bteaman wuiDegin nis part o
the campaign in the Western counties
of the State and after he gets started the
Republicans in those sections will have
but little time for 'vacation until the
canvass is made. He will - lead them
tho liveliest sort of a dance.
The. daughter of Mr; James R.
Hatcher, of Clair View, Inverell , N, S.
W., Australia, was for months unable
to speak. Her case was given up by
the physician, and her father .writes,
that one application f St. Jacobs Oil.
the great pain-cure, restores her
speech. ...... . : , , '
We learn that Caleb Blount, the
colored man who was shot a few nights
since, has considerable fever, but other
wise is doing as well as could be ex
pected. The excursion given to-day on the
Passport by the Y. P. A., of St. Paul's
E. L. Church, was largely attended and
there is no doubt that a pleasant time
for all has been the result.
The Cornet Concert Club received
two nw instruments to day one tenor
and one base tuba.' The latter will be
played by Mr. S. G. Hall, who is an
excellent base player.
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made o order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. ti.
Mr. W. B. HocuV Chairman of the
Rocky Point . Executive Committee,
calls upon the voters of that township
to assemble at Rocky Point depot cn
Saturday. August 2d, for the, purpose
j of forming a campaign clab. . s . ,. . .
At 3 o'clock this afternoon the ther
mometer in this office registered 89 de
Fullest assortment of Fishing Tackle
can be found at Jacobi's. f t
The members of the Cornet Concert
Club are requested to be! on band
promptly at 8 o'clock to-night to take
part at the Lawn Party
Ger. barque Richard, Paske. cleared
to day for Riga, Rusia. With 4.092
barrels ot rosin, valued at, 5.257,21,
shipped by Messrs. DeRosset & Co.
Br. barque George Davis, Macomber,
cleafed"f6f Hull. Eng., with 2.000 casks
spirits turpentine and 3475 barrels
rosin, valued at $32,500, shipped by
Messrs. Alex. Sprunt & Son; making
a total yalue of exports foreign amount
ting to $37,757.31.
There will be a match gaie of base
ball between the Clarendon and the
Seaside Park nitres. :o be olaved on the
grounds of the latter nt Wrightsville.
The game will be called af 4 o'cldck
Friday afternoon, and there will
probably be a large gathering to
witness the exciting contest. Messrs.
Scoville & Co., of the Seaside Park
Hotel, will give a hop in the evening
complimentary to the winning nine.
which will be quite an attractive feature
in the day's sports. I
Every Farmer ought to get a Boys
Clipper Plow," greatest invention of
the age. Jacobi is the Agent
You Must Go.
a pieasant evening lor an wno may
attend the LawnPartv for the' benefit of
the Confederate Home, to be given this
evening m the City Hall Park. There
will be many attractions. The Cornet
Concert Club will periorm. some of
their choicest pieces. A deligtful sup
per will be ready for all who may cal
for it and then a quiet game of whist.
chess, backgammaon or checkers may
be indulged in afterwards,and all in the
open air and by the light of Chinese
lanterns. Let all who have the cause
at heart be sure to go. j
The Law System.
Mr. W. R. Cook, manager of the
Construction Force of the Southern
Bell Telephone Company. airiveiOn
the city this morning, from Charlotte,
with six men, for the purpose cf put
ting in position the new; fire aterm
which is to be adopted here and which
is now in use in Norfolk, Danville and
other cities. The new plan is known as
the Law System and its' advantages
over that now in use lie principally in
the fact that it can be used both as a
.telephone and a fire alarm j
Another largo consignment of Sash,
Doors & Blinds at Factory! prices, just
receive6!at Jacobi's Hardware Depotf
AYOU5G MAN FROM THE COUNTRY
who Is not afraid of work, to Clerk In a
Grocery Stare, Best recommendations re
quired. E. G. BLAIK.
j v 23 Star copy Wednesday Friday.
rjlHE "DEMOCRATIC BOOM" IS THE
Best Five Cents Cigar pold In tic city and It
Is sold only at the NORTH 8TATE SAIXX)N,
where also yon will find the best Clemmcr
Whiskey at 10 cents a drink and, the Coolest
Beer in the city. ,
1y 23 tf J. M. McSOWAN A SON.
Subscribers to Wilmington
JLEAbE ADD TO YOUR LI&T3 NO. 76, W.
H. Kenan, Provision Broker, South Water st.
G. H GLASS,
jy23 2t j Manager.
ROOMS OF DEM. EX. COMMITTEE
OF ROCKY POINT TOWNSHIP,
PENDER COUNT,!1, Julf 22, '&L
rjlHE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF ROCKY
Point Township axe requested to meet at
Rocky Point Depot on Saturday, the 2nd day
of Aturnst, 18S4, for the purpose of forming a
Cleveland and Hendricks, Scales and Stedman
Club. By order of the Towhship Executive
Committee. W. B.HOCUT.
jy 23 It . I Chairman.
QVER 500 BOXES TOBACCO AT COST
to close out. Also, a large stock" of Plug and
Smoking Tobacco, at very low prices, from
the Best Faftorles in Virginia.
Cigars and Cigarettes
By the mlulion, at the Offica of
CAPE FEAR TOBACCO WORKS,
No. 133 North Market St.
T7trat3sUi : -5 iz:-r:a
iMeo tits' x',. I v i .
Psnonaraca taustta tTfi!M! -
And It U especially JarVparttcalaxIy taCer
tood that the Editor doe not always eadat
xw ox correspoadeata unle-
n tn editorial coHnm, f
At Sea-Side Park. ;
FRIDAY AFTERNOONi JULYJ5,
BITWEEM ' !"' - H
Clarcadoa 1 Sci-Silc Pari Bise, MMv
- , . .. .- 't .......
The best and onlr nnirnnnMl ninha! in hm
city. ' .-v
The game triU be called at 1 o'clock. . .
Accomnotlations to all gue&ts.
Grand Hop cemnllmfintirv te da rinnm at
evening. "7 "
iv M . SCOV1IXB & CO..
J7 tf yH Proprietors.
Cornet Concert Clul) !
Grand Musicdlo, Concert !
"DY GENERAL REQUESTTBE CORNET
CONCERT CLUB will give a Grand Day Ex
curslon on . THURSDAY.. 24th. Inst. A trwl
Ume and plenty of New and Attractive if nln
are assured. Tickets 50 cents. To be had at
tho Book Stores, John Drer & Son, and o
It. II. GRANT, ,
J. E. W1LLSON,
T W. L. DEROSSET, Jr..
' UJ, OTTERBOCilQ.
July U . CoDunltt:e. .
IJ1HE UNDERSIGNED HAS
the corner of Front and Mulberry streets, a
NEW FAMILY GROCERY STORE,"
where will be kept a nice and fresh stock o
choice trroccrics. Everv thlnfir I offer la new
and fresh front first hands and is iure to please.
I propose to; soil for CASH and to be satisfied
with a small margin; hence I shall aell cheap
er than any other house in Wilmington. '
A call is respectfully solicited.
. . F. L4FON,
july 22 3m Cor. Front and Mulberry sts
CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. C,
Jul 2t, ISst:
I HEREBY REQUEST ALL CITIZCN3 TO
give all aid in their power In assisting the
City Authorities in putting the City in tho best
possible Sanitary condition. Much can be
done by houeeholdcrs in keeping the'r yards
in good condition. They should be well swept, -and
all garbage, in both liquid and dry form,
should be placed on the sidewalk in front or
their residences, when It will be removed every
morning. AU sinks and privies must bo well'
disinfected. Amplcmaterial can always be
got by application at the City Hall. All stag
nant water must be reported to the proper au
thoritlesat once. It behooves all good citi
zens in lending their hearty assistance to this
work. , K. D, II ALL,
July 22 2t 7 , -i Mayor.
TO OBTAIN TILE PASSPORT
for an Excursion, as proposed, for next week,
tho Ladles' Oakdalo Memorial Association
will give a Lawn Party at the City UaU Park
on Wednesday evening, the 13rd. The pro
ceeds arc to be used in behalf of tho Con fed
crate Home, to bo established in North Caro ,
Una. The public generally, who are Interest
ed in the cause, are invited to contribute re
freshments of any kind, or their equivalent, '
for the occasion. Any donations can be cent
to tho President, 224 North Third street, or
the Vice President, 115 Market street, or, on
the day of the Party, to the caro ef the -Mayor,
at the Cly 11 all. Should the weather
prove unfavorable, tho first pleasant evening
after will be used. - c . .j Jy lOt
To the Demterab jt NewHanorer foasfj.;
rjllIE CAMPAIGN OF lS$k IS ABOUT TO
open. The State Ticket for North Carolina
has ben put into the field, and embraces a list
of candidates whom every Democrat in the v
State will bo pround to assist la elevating to"
the respective offices for which they are nom
inated The National Tlcke t presented to tha
country by the Democratic Convention at
Chicago has been received throughout the
broad land with every demonstration or satis
faction that betokens a glorious victory in
November. - .,.
,The time has arrived- to- make "preparation
for the battle that miut be waged togainthU
grand consummation. We must not rest in
tho hope that so glorious a result can be com.
passed without labor and organization. And '
to this end the Democratic Executive Com-'
mltteo of New Hanover County beg leave to
call upon all good Democrats of tho County to
render their lull and hearty co-operatton; and
for the purpose of effecting a more perfect or
ganization of tho pary do name Thursday.
the 24th day of July, 8Vi 1. M., as the day on
which the party is requested to assemble in
mass, at the Court Mouse, for the purpose of
forming a Democratic Central Crafty
jy 23 St Chairman Dcm. Ex. Com.
- -1 "
LETTER BOOKS. - -INVOICE
White and Manilla EN VI LOPE?, all sizes.
Latest Styles BOX PAPER. ; - . . . .
Japanece Bcveled-Edged VISITING CARDS
At ' . .
July 21 Live Book and Music torts.
THE CUTICURA REMEDIES,
WABNER'4 SAFE UVER AND KIDNXT
DUKEII ART'S EXTRACT OF If ALT ABD
. . ; HOPS, ' . . . - i 'i'lX : U ri
S. 8. S. TWO SIZES.
COMPLETE LINE OFEUGS, - - . .
MEDICINES AND FANCY GOODS. - '
llunds Bros &'DeRosset,
. WIXMIKGTON, !N; C, ? '