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WILMINGTON. N. C. THURSDAY. JULY 24, 1884.
NO YOtll6Tlcw,0compondeatt taleaileo tutc
7fo "7)rtVy Review has the Largest
rirculation, of any newspaper
. Klcctiort Tuesday, Nov. 4.
t .Ww York.
vk i: pkesident:
,oi: (.OVEKNOK :
ALFKKD M SCALES.
mi: i.ii:i:t. goveiinor:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
KOI- SFX-UETAUY OF STATE :
WILUAM L. SAUNDERS,
j or tatk. treasurer:
W. P. HOBERTS,
of Gates. ;
IOK A TT0I1XEY GENERAXI.
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
of Buncombe. . .
' l I KIMNTEXDENT OF PUBLIC IN
S. M. FINGER,
A;M.(r.TE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT!
A. S. MERRIMON,
j X I : ELECTORS-AT-L-ATCGE :
W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
The condition of the sugar trade in
France, owing to the bounty system in
force there, has, by reason of excessivS
importations from Germany, been
gTeiAy depressed , and prices of late
have been less than the cost of produc
tion. The iron moulders of Albauy . have
proffered their support to Governor
Cleveland. Blaine, the bogus working
men's candidate, will far! to get any of
their votes. The intelligent working
men of the country are not to be caught
with such bait as the Maine fisherman
Miss Minnie Conway is indignant
that an interviewing reporter at Chica
go should represent that she hoped
Cleveland would .be selected by the
convention because it was such a nice
city. She wants it understod that she
was born in Brooklyn and loves her
native town too well to praise another
One of ruck's hits last week was the
cartoon displaying the three last Speak
ers of the House of Representatives
presented by.thc two parties. Against
the honest, incorruptible Kerr, Randall
and Carii 3!e wc have the distinguished
Republicans Colfax (Hypocrite,) Blaine
T.LI . . -
vuuBer) and iveiler f -looij. . It is a
strong illustration ot the tendencies of
the two parties.
Domestic postage in Mexico is higher
than foreign, and there is not a postal
cd in the country. Previous to the
first of last January there was a postal
Cird in use costing three cents, but it
could only be used in sending to foreign
Gantries, and mailed only at the office
Itte. Jane Hadney, the reigning
woriie-ot the Parisian stage, was mar
ed iQ Undon the week before last to
Albert Koning,v h'er theatrical
Onager. The wedding was private,
Jlmost t0 the point of secrecy, M.
irer' (who performed the same kindly
IT keSarah Bernhardt became
c- "amala), being the only friend
prcnt at the ceremony :
"The British labor market." as re-
rteu by the London Labo News of
J A continued in a verv disturbed
JQdition by reason of strikes and
eats to strike. In South Stafford
. lre &bout 12.000 coal miners were out
!a opposition to lower wages. In the
,rn manufacturing centres there were
tinned reductions of wages and the
KQmber ot men cmnloved. and
jQtnber ot estabU3ments were closing
indefinitely. Shipbuilders and
4rine engineers continued idle for
Watt of orders. , -
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
The Troy Press says: - Mr. Blaine
was a Cleveland man two years ago."
This year, however, the situation, is
reversed, and Cleveland will go for
Blaine. , -
Those. Independent Republican
talked right "out loud in meeting" at
New York.-the other day. They were
remarkably independent, and remind
ed us of the man who started a news,
paper which, he said, would be neutral
in politics, but would work for and
support the ticket.
The argus eyes of the Republicans
are scanning the highways and by
ways, the hedges and ditches, the
mountains and valleys ofNorthCarolina
for recruits, but their ranks do not
swell to the danger ol overflowing.
IHDEJT TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
F C Miller Conundrcm
Heinsbekoeb Just Received
C W Yates Wc Want Your Tirade
Munds Bros. & DeRosset Medicines -Scoville
& Co Baee Ball Match nd Blcy
It seems that another hot wave has
struck us hard.
Every person has something about
him to spoil him.
Fullest assortment of Fishing Tackle
can be found at Jacobi's. f
We hope there will be a big turnout
at the Democratic mass meeting to
night. Eggs are now "offered for sale at 12i
cents per dozen at some of our grocery
There was no City Court thU morn
ing, and matters about the City Hall
were especially dull.
Every Farmer ought to get a Boys
Clipper Plow," greatest Invention ol
the age. Jacobi is the Agent t
This has been one of the warmest
days Of the season and yet a delightful
breeze has prevailed all day long.
Cleveland and Hendricks forPresi
dent and Vice-President. Each name
contains nine letters, a curious coinci
Another large consignment of Sash
Doors & Blinds at Jf actory prices, just
received at Jacobi's Hardware Depot f
The Ladies will realize nearly $200
net a the proceeds of the entertainmen
given last night for the benefit of the
Pathologically speaking, the Repub
lican body politic is in a bad way, and
therapeutically speaking we know o
This has been the hottest day thus
far this season, the thermometer having
indicated 92 degrees in our office at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Scales, Stedman and Democracy wi!
sweeD over -.North Carolina use an
army with banners. Bro. Yorke wil
take due notice and not get in the way
of the procession.
The Postmaster at New Baden, Rob
ertson Co., Texas, writes that Mr. H
KTosrler and Mrs. Mary Smith, were en
tirely cured of rheumatism bv the use
of St. Jacobs Oil, the magical pain
reliever. 50 cents a bottle.
The candy ".Confederate soldier con-
ributed by Messrs. E. J. Moore 65 Lo.
to the Lawn Tarty last nignc was
raffied off among the young folks and
was won by Master George Crow, son
of Mr. John E. Crow, and the grand
son ot the Attorney General of the
There is one family in this town, the
Yoppa, which will give the Democratic
ticket this year twelve votes, and oi
his twelve nine reside in .one ward,
the Third. Is there another lamuy n
the city can say the same?
The Asheville Advance says; Major
Chas. M. Stedman, our gallant candi
date for Lieut.-Governor, is in the city,
the euest of Mr. D. C. Waddell. Major
Stedman reports the party prospects in
the East flattering in the extreme, and
expresses himself confident that our
ticket will be elected by a large
Exports Fore iff n.
Nor. barque Friedig, Sonburg, clear
ed to-day for London with 1.618 easks
snirits turpentine, valued at $23,911,
Bv.Jnnftd bv Messrs. Paterson Downing
Ss Co. Schr. C. H. Macomber, RummUl,
cleared for "Port-au-Prince, Hayti with
493 feet lumber and 47.650 shingles
valued at $2,600.91, shipped by Messrs.
E. Kidder es son; maung a wi ,vi
exports foreiga amounting to S26.511.-
Lecture on Africa..
John H. Smvthe-colored. U. S. Min'
ister to Liberia, will deliver an address
at the Opera House on Friday -night
next. Subiect. "West Africa," There
will be no charee for admission, and
he Breaker will nndoubtedlv deliver an
interesting and instructive lecture, as
he has had cood oDDortunities for be-
coming acquainted with that section of
the irlobe of which ho will SDOak.
Music and Dancinsr.
AVc are requested by the Ladies of j
the Memorial Association to state that
as thero are more refreshment yet on
land to be disposed of, 6uch as salads!
and ice-cream, there will be a little en
tertainment given in the City Hall Park
his evening, on which occasion theie
will be music and dancing on the lawn
and on the balcony of the Opera House,
Thero will be no charge for admission
and in addition to the salad and the
cream, coffee, shrimps and deviled
crabs will be found on the bill of fare.
A .Nice Place.
The Mayo House, at the Rocks, has
become odo of the most popular re
sorts on the river or coast. From a
gentleman who visited there a day or
two since, we learn that every comfort
that could be desired may be obtained
at the Mayo House. The table is spread j
id excellent sijiu auu luruisueui wiiu
the best, while the opportunities for
bathine and boating are superb. Our
friend says that, as far as. real, good,
solid comfort is concerned, Saratoga is
nowhere as compared with the Rocks
and the Mayo House.
Rev. Dr. Pritcbard will conduct j
services for the last time.previous to his
month s vacation, next ibunuay. lie
will pass his vacation at Cleveland
Springs, hoping tlat the waters will
relieve him of the seyere and contin"
ued headaches with which he suffers.
His family will pass the time at Gas
tonia. Bicycle Kace.
At the conclusion of the yacht race
to-morrow afternoon, at Wrightsville,
the Wilmington Bicycle Club will con-
froro,i u vfn.
Scoville & co, ot tne beasiae rark Ho-
tel. The prize will be a solid silver
gold-lined napkin ring which will be
given to the guccessful. competitor.
Messrs. HI Burkhimer, James Ii.
Yopp, B. F. Mitchell, Jr., Arthnr
Mitchel, Joseph R Wilson, Jr., and
G. H. Greene have entered for the race.
City Hall Park.
The Lawn Party at the City Hall
Park, last night, was largely attended
and we are glad to state that ' it was
both a social and financial success. The
grounds were tastefully arranged for
. r ii
the comlort aua convenience ui iub
guests and were brilliantly illuminated
by a large number ofiChinese lanterns
as well as by the gas jets in front of the
Opera House and in the vicinity. The
supply of refreshments was large, varied
and of the best quality and were sold
at remarkably reasonable prices. They
were bought with commendable
liberality, through which" tneans quite
a anm tjunaanrlpfl tn IhS treaSurV. ine
Cornet Concert Club were present and
discoursed some of their sweetest music
in their usual superb manner. 1 be
presence and music of the Club was a
1 . j. 1 nU..nf iitn o turn nf
he occasion. There was no disturbance
nor unpleasant occurrence to mar
hanmness or me nour. xuo uiauate-
ment were eminently uweaim lu
vprv arrangement and the party was
every arrau.tuicui, ttl,V4 F J
an honor to toe head3 which planned
and the hearts which prompted the
n';nmnnf The nrfWpds' will rift
LUlllllUUlWUlii i.Mvx- " "
voted to the North Carolina Home lor
disabled Confederate Soldiers.
It. ha hfip.n sueerested bv several
who were present last nignt
and we give the suggestion
our heartiest endorsement that the en-
. . . I nVif Ka .nnAafifl anr)
tertainment might be repeated ana
aven once a week during the hot!
months, with profit to the enterprise,
and we hope that the Ladies1 Oakdale j
Memorial Association will take the!
matter into serious consideration. We
know that out peoplejare gratiful for their
eflorts in furnishing last night's en
tertainment and feel assured that all
citizens would manifest their apprecia
tion by a liberal patronage should th
opportunity be again afforded.
We invite the attention of eur citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
'Uouffli on Toothache."
Instant relief for Neuralgia, Tooth-
ache, Faceache. Ask tor "Bonh on
Tootllaclle.,, 15 & 25c. .
iuo mcuwion xo-uay.
The excursion party, on the Passport
this morning-, under the auspices of the
Cornet Concert Club, had just about
the right number and the right sort of
people w maKe a ay real enjoyment-
Just before leaving, and also when the
boat ba gotten under way, the Club
lavorea j.neir guests with, several fine
selections, and they were rendered in
excciieni .jie. Ano improvemeni in
lueir playing is marked. .. ,
A i OWU MAN FROM THE COUNTRY
wiio 13 not afraid of work, to Clerk In a
13 not afraid of work, to Clerk In a I
Grocery Store, lrst recommendations re
Star copy Wednesday A Friday.
fJuIE "DEMOCRATIC BOOM" IS THE
Best Five Cents Cigar pold in tre city and It
la sold only at the NORTH STATE SALOON,
where also you will find the best Clemmer
Whiskey at 10 cents a drink and the Coolest
ueer in tne city,
iy 23 tf J. M. McSOWAN A SON,
Subscribers to Wilmington
"pLEAbE add to your lists no. 76. w
K. Kenan, Provision Broker, South Water st.
ii. 21 GLASS.
jy 23 2t Manager.
Grand Base Ball Match
At Sea-Side Park,
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 25,
Clarendon and Sca-Sidc Park Base Ball Clubs,
cltynebestandonly uniformed Clubs m the
xne game wm be called at 4 o'clock.
-6RAND BICYCLE RACE AT SIX O'CLOCK.
SCOVILLE & CO..
jy 23 tf Proprietors.
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 Faftorlcs in Virginia.
nj - and PifrarpttP
J By the mUlUonr at the Offica'of
CAPE FEAR TOBACCO WORKS, .
jy2Uf No. 132 North Market St.
HHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AT
the corner of Front and Mulberry streets, a
NEW FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
where will be kept a nice and fresh stock o
choice, groceries. Everything I offer is'new
land fresh from first hands and is sure to please.
1 1 pre pose to sell for CASH and to be satisfied
cr than any other house in Wilmington.
A call is respectfully solicited.
july 22 3m Cor. Front and Mulberry sta
To "tie Democrats of Newgllanovcr County.
rpHE CAMPAIGN OF 18S1 13 ABOUT TO
open. The state Ticket for North Carolina
I h,a tuum nnt InM thn fli n. nii nmhrimxi a ltst
the respective omcea ior wnicn iney are nom-
country by the. Democratic Convention at
. V. n !mfAtena ft trlniHniia vfnjw In I
Tne ujqq has arrived to make preparation
tne nope was so gionaus a result can oe com-
I u...rTtwltriAnt 1 .1
I to this end the Democratic Executive Com-
mittee of New Hanover county beg leave to
I rall uiion all eood Dcmecrata of the Countv to
j render their lull and hearty co-operation; and
I .1- T. 1
mass, at the Court House, for the purpose of
mocrauc central ud
jy 23 2t Chairman Dem. Ex. Com.
WMte and Manilla ENVELOPE-, all sizes.
Latest Styles BOX PAPER.
Japanese Beveled-Edged VISITING CARDS
july 21 ; Live Book and Music Stores.
S UNEQUALLED, FULL ASD COMPETE.
sell at a
1 the test
We keep the isissT articles and s
close margin, our cook Stores stand
of the mofet fastidious when used. Lap Boards,
jwjjj - wtvtuui juwaoj0, jwiua
Boards, I oiling Pins, Lemon Squeezers. Re-
other useful articles too nu-
meroua to aention.
PARKER A TAYLOR.
FUZZ T7HZT2 OIL, ....... July 2L
pn I lor tne purpose oi cnecung a more perzect or
cu J ganization of the parry do name Thursday,
de- I the 24th day of July. 8-a P. M.. as the day on
and vrc aie selling large quantities of it.
- Come early and secure
IT IS THE
PURE IT AND BEST CANDY
35 cts. per lb.; 3 lbs.
Fine Claret & Scuppernong
For the hot days. KEEP COOL, and In or
dcr to do so buy some of these
P. L. BRIDGERS & 00.
HO North Front St.
THE CUTICURA REMEDIES,
WARNER'S SAFE LIVER -AND
DUKEH ART'S EXTRACT OF MALT AND
S. S. S. TWO SIZES.
COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS,
MEDICINES AND FANCY GOODSL
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
WILMINGTON, N. f G.
Yfd Wftllt TOUr Trade.
rilO THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN IN THE
1 habit of sending North to . have their
BLANK BOOKS made or to buy their STA
TIONERY, we would say that we aTe deter
mined not to be undersold, and in inture we
will duplicate any order that you may send off
for, and probably save you from lo.to 15 per
Ledgers. Journals. Day Books. Sales Books.
Ac. any size and style of binding, ruled and
printed to order. r '
County Record Books made to order at short
Check. Draft and Note Books LITHO
GRAPHED In the best stylo.
Fine Writing Paper and Envelopes, suitable
for mercantile and private use. I
Ink, Mucilage, .Pencils, Pens, Penholders,
Letter Books, Blotticg Paper. Ink Stands.
Erasers. &c , &c. C. W. YATES,
juiy l ii Market btreet.
Cleveland & Hendricks !
Blaine & Logan!!;
JACKSON & BEIiLUH
THREE TICKETS for the PEOPLE!
The first two tickets are before the
people for their suffrages the last
for the patronage of both parties for
anything and everything they may
need in the shape of
Printing, Ruling Or Binding.
FINE AND COMMON,
ALL STYLES AND DESIGNS
I -r, inrlD nTTA WRVf? and
DINING ROOM SETS
GO TO i
THOS. C. CRAFT, Affent,
Leading Furniture Store in the City,
july n 20 South Front St.
milE WILMINGTON SHIRT FACTORY,
75c. Congress, the most popular and best
r V7 u..v.t .t wiirht Hhiwa .ill aixi.a-.i
v niie eom on iuc manei, ,w. vuwigu ouu w
25c and Onwards. Seaside Shirts at all prices.
Boy's yachting la great variety, uenvt vraw
ers 22c acd unwards. Wamsutta Jeans Draw
ers, reinforced, eaual to linen-jwmetbing new.
75c Drawers made to order. 5e. Wamsutta
Shirts with 2100 linen bosom made to order at
$1. Orders from ine country sonciiea ana
promptly attended to. uive us a eau. 1
Inly 21 Manager
tor wrightsville ound, wiu leave
BontnCTiana s oiauten mjxaj st ir. nx tovp,
Beturnlug. will leave Sound at 7 A. M. sharp
jnnesatt a. owmmuaaii.
COJN UJNDKU m h
TtfR IS THIS STEAMER PASSPORT
I nke a Suing Band? Because it cannot do
I withoat Us lIarpeT - i
irjuuu.uj9, eKjJf.rot iajui
I W and Toilet Articles. Ac.
ratytS : Czzztx TcTCx asi Hz tU
City Drug Store
210 MARKET STREET
Xf O CONUNDRUM ABOUT THIS :
Soda Wf tcr x 5c per glaaa. It can't bo
"tood at or 3 cent per claw: Ctoo mucti
ioamanu zib). urags ana mxars in great
variety. My Soda Water is always rood. It
ww ncciccucu crcry aaw. air VjOtocne is
. fc. It- ft fkj - A
ini Dcsi.io no nsa. ice urcam oaa orcjiiiion-
ally. Call on "OLD" JIM. COSOLKY, ;
Jure a; . Manager i ?
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS CAN BE
accommodated daring the Summer month ,
at reasonable rates, l'lcasant location, rood .
attendance and tho best the market affords.
Transient boarders accommodated bv tho
day or week. MRS. ROBERT LEE, ,
113J4 aiarKet street, 1 .
jnly 11 lydlw .Wlliflnston,- N, C
jPR riSIIINQ TACKLE, j -
W. E. SPRINGER A CO8., -13.
21 and 23 Market Street '
The largest and best assortment ever offered
I in this market. July 21'
1UE HANDSOMEST AND LARGEST As
sortment ever ecen in this city.
S" Lamps and Lamp Goods a EpecUlty.
GILES A MDRCmSON'S,
july2l 3S and 40 Murchison Block.
w;davis a son.
I PRINTING PRESSWE HAVE FOB
tle a secondhand ADAMS' PRINTING
PRESS In good condition. We offer a rare
bargain. Write to uj for terms and descrip
tion. Address THE HOMF,
jnly 21 Plttsboro, N. C.
J-EW ARRIVALS OF
CHAMBER and i ' I
DINING ROOM FURNITURE, ,
Call and examine stock and prices before
Furniture Dealer, N. Front Street
tlemen's goods of every description, any color.
Also, cleaning, scouring and bleaching. Send -me
a pair of vour old Had Gloves.
W. & E. S. LATIMER,-
Office S. E. Cor. Princess and;Watcr3 la.
New York & Wilmington
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sieamsnip t?o. ;
FROM PIER 34, EAST RIVER, NEW YORK .
At 3 o'clock, P. M.
REGUITOR.... ..........Saturday, Jcly 5
BENEFACTOR.......... ..Saturday, July 12
REGULATOR......... .....Saturday, July ID
BENEFACTOR....'........ Saturday, July 20
FROM WILMINGTON :
BENEFACTOR.. ............SatordaT JuW 5
REGULATOK.... ......... ..Saturday July 12
BENKFACTOR. .fi,tnrdar Jnlr 1
........Saturday, July 2ft
y Through Bills Ladlnar and Lowest
Through Rates gtaranteed to and troa Points
ta North and South Carolina. - - , "
Tot Freight or Faa&age pply to ;,
- H. G. 8M A LLBONES, 8npertntendent. '
Wilmington, N.G. .
WM. P. CLYDE CO.. General Axestr, ,
Ercadway, New Ycik.
may zi-t. v, - i;
Kercliner & Calder Bros
' wnnrnir v
ROCEBS AND CO21UISSI0N Mcrchaxls,
il ; MEA ll:
ooiJ ? OATS
. I .Tt K f . i KI-CM
j HCKJlr IJuUri, liiAJE,
NAILS, . BUNGS,
AUE G221S2, POWDSU,