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AUGUST 21, 1884.
tht the Editor doe, not alwtysendca
lit IE WI ;
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Kleclion luesday, Nov. 4. J&
I I nmn n A1 ,1 I l i -
"uu,t' viu puuncan rc nrmpra nr.rAn
majority of the pension- and a3 they will ncarlv u f r-
ers are foreigners. This is said to be Cleveland as a rebuke to his das-
the case in all similar institutions East 1 7 J?1 slanderers, they will
and Vp' it , ast count double against Blaine
ana vest. It would seem to nrnvo in ih w.rJoV.f:. ..e ...
that nifho. t Vi a r .: " V.- "J?" ?.l.aics almost me en
NggAIVEBTI3EMENT8 j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
( ; I iO VER CLEVELAND,
of New York. :
i'OU VICE PUESIDENT:
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
It would seem to prove
either the native snlH tire flprnmn Ponriki;- : , 1 .. I TUT
independent of charity or that tho a?ainst Blaine and in lavor of ClcFt-r e Aiave Deeil ailU are
A D VEIUSEMENTS
bulk of the Union arrnvwasEnrn ;?nd, .he overbearing 'intolerance of
Y-OH GOVEKNOK :
ALFRED M. SCALES,
FOK LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of. New Hanover.
TLe South fought the world.
Congressman Gibson, of West Vir
ginia, says that the boast of Steve El
kins that the carriin of that State is
only "a question of finance," has caused
great indignation there.
men are now going to Democratic
TtlAPtlnira in(A - i . & i. 3 i .
ratherin.s snce Z IZ w V v buke-a parly which has fallen into-eVil
gainenngs since the war. West Vir- practices. Thev will vote for rAnA
ginia wants it to be distinctly under- and Clean Government against Blaine
stood that the State is not for sale
republican fanatics has disgusted the
iberty-loving Germans and, in the
language ot Gov. Glick, of Kansas,
they have lelt the Republican party
Above all. there is a snirit nf hnnrsrv
and patriotism i the air. Substantial,
reputable citizens all over the United
States have determined to save the
country from the disgrace and danger
pi limine s administration and to re-
1 Oli SECRETARY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. f SAUNDERS,
FOR STATE TREASURER:
W. P. ROBERTS,
Franz Lenbach, a well-known paint
er of Munich, ha3 just Gnished a por
trait ot the Pope, with which his Holi
ness has expressed extreme satisfaction.
'L'ho Tknn Hnoimn T I 1 a
. upv uvouca licuuacii to paint in
the same style a portrait of Prince Bis
marck. Lenbach has requested Count
Wm. Bismarck to inform the frince of
the J ope s wish, and to inquire whether
the Prince would be willing to sit.
Ia this State the revolution is spread
ing. It is believed that Cleveland will
receive a handsome majority exclusive
of the city's vote, while there is now
every indication that in the city the De
mocracy' will be united.
now selling Garnet's chfiannr
man ever soia in tins market and our plan wjorks
beautifully. Closing out this stock M '
lue intention, aud while a great
are yet open.
TO ARRIVE TO-DAY !
A case of the nicest and CHEAPEST BLACK CASHMERES
to show them. You will decide for yourselfi
R. IW. iWclWTIRE.
Sure to Win
oous AT A rAIttPBICE WIU,
nc. Tin Ware Toi w SiiT 7"u.!:VOQa cn "at
PURE WHITE OIL.
A J2t 'AW IiOAUDKRS CAN nr
many have been sold, SOME B ALIG AINS P?
wuuanit; ail'l I no 1 nc t a i. - ; .
AW only ask
THEODORE F, DAVIDSON,
S. M. FIN(;ER,
Thomas A. Hendricks says;' "I had
hopes that it would be let: to the Re
publicans alone to distribute -filth
through the public press. It is distinct
ly understood by tho- Democratic
vr t! , A, ...
national committee that nothing but
the public and official record of i hk T?o.
OF PUBLIC IN nnklinnn -
f"""1-"11 uj tiuu us canaiaates shall
De made use of. I trust no DenWrat.v
INSEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C W Yates School Books
Hei8bkkqek School Books.
Scoville & Co Seaside Park
Dr c S Ellis Professional Card
Knights and Ladies of Honor Local ad
Pine Grove Pig Fish, Soft Crabs, etc '
F C Miller Friends and Fellow Citizens
W A French, Assignee House and lot for
T J Sodtherland Old Hundred and a
. We have been informed and rcouest-
.fid to call the attention of the authorities
to the fact that games of base ball are
played at Hilton and at tho 'Oaks''
nearly every Sunday alteruoon. bv
young white men as well as by colored. I
w c uam mo iiiiorniauon irom reliable
Only a Fgav Loft.
JUYEIiS APPRECIATE THE LOWprlccs
we are giving with those
"UABQA1.V LOTS OF 6IIOE3.
You get HOKE thau MONEY VALUE. - .
tome and got a Pair before they all go.
Geo. K. French & Sons,
10S NORTH FRONT STREET.
newspaper will follow the example nf e can be found at Jacobus.
the Republican press."
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT:
A. S. MERRIMON,
! ot Wake.
Seaside Park Hotel .
This fashionable resort of pleasure
and health seekers has increased in
popularity since its management has
Munds Bros. & DeRosset Drugs and Pat been assumed by Mr. Joe Hart. The
nouse is well patronized and the table.
which is furnished with every luxury
wnich the market or the ocean affords,
is commended by all who partake of its
many and varied-bounties. The house
will be kept open under its present
nanagcment until the first of October
Fullest assortment of Fishing Tack-
At 3 o'clock this afternoon the ther
mometer in this office registered 88 des
There is an unmailable letter in the next and Possibly longer.
FOR EI.ECrORS-AT-LAEGE :
av. ii. kitciii:n,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
" -FOL CONORESS :
' It. T. BENNETT, '
of An son.
ELECTOR, SIXTH DISTRICT J
The Irish World, the weekly news
paper which the Republicans are now
circulating so extensively, is nnh
.. .. . " I Tl ttV. j. , .
vjainonc paper, and in 1880 supported "a" auuresseu to u. vv . Williams, . To-Morrow tit the Seaside.
AVeaver. the G Brownite, care of Mr. Willie. . '
PrpSManf r, i " TT.. , . i z I Proposed concert at the Seaside
cnrnr- , J 113 . -Lnere no Ulty Uourt thi3 morn- Park will not take place tomorrow
rYA;: quiet Penrailed evening, asm programme could not be
4 J .uu u.xeut euect. it nas in ine atmosphere of the City Hall. arranged in time, but there will be
Bcvexai occasions oeen condemned
OFFICK OF f
Dr. S. C. Ellis,
aug 21 ' " r T
-f ' (.
Old Hundred ! Granld Hop !
XCTAGONETTES WILL LEAVE FOR THE
Seaside at 2 and 5 30 o'clock, itf , FRIDAY
Aug, 21, 18S4. : Fare for rountj trl 50c
aug 21 It 1 T. J. SOUTHERLAND.
m .... 4 ,. -
jTRIGIITSVILLE SOUNd IS -fciIK place
rRAn0d riG VSn' SOFT CRABS, HAH1)
5?5ftSr.CVfPK?1. i? y"JolLstyc8., CLAM
SlfodleS vantage to give me a call.
r-,v ""cu uruereu. jno humbujr i
K. WILSOlsr M a vviv-7.'
LARGE STOCK, AND OUR NEW styles
arc pronounced the HANDSOMEST ever cen
in this market. A full line of ' Mattresses,
Window Shades, Baby Carriages. &c.
Wholesale and rctall buyers will find It to
THOS. C CUAFT, Affent, '
aug IS FurUturo Dealer. -
SEA-SIDE PARK ! School Books,
Grant was 46 when he became Presi
dent. Cleveland will be 48.
John Habberton made a lot of mon
ey by "Helen's Babies,1' but has lost it
all by endorsing a note.
by the Bishops and priests of the
Church on account of its communistic
utterances and false teaching.
If there are any despondent Demo
crats hereabouts let them take the
tonic we herewith prescribe and we
gaarsntee that they will feel better:
CoL Daniel S. Lamont, private-secretary
to Gov. Cleveland, visited the
Tho Can't-ffet-awav.p.lnh r Srant vocal and instrumental concert
ning to expect the arrival of snmA of t glven at .the Seaside Park in a short
members of the aiad-tn-rrpi.nmninK tlme- There was a mistake in regard to
1 Comet Concert Club being expected
.c uuuuisiauu inac on tne upper 10 tase" part, it was a quartette of
line of the Carolina Central R. R., near coflcert horns, but wasadverti
1 i .1 ... I ... I ... J
uanotce, me crops are sulfering tor mistake.
GAME OF OLD HUNDRED'! j
BENEDICTS vs. BATHELORS !
A GRAND HOP !
Pigfish and Crabs. Good oolerlkinment.
the want of rain.
There was some sort of ' a political
pow-wow at Uibleni Hall last night, at
There will be played at the park to.
morrow, the very amusing game of
Old Hundred between the Benedicts and
JOE HART, Manager.
CCHCOL ROOKS, ADOPTED BY THE
STATE BOARD OF EDUCA'ftoN. '
AND ALL OTHER SCHOOL BOOKS,
SCHOOL SLATES, PENCILS, &c.
Special Discount to Merchants and Teachers. '
Orders by mail will receive prompt attcnUm
aug IS Live Rook and Mh bIa a
rooms of the Democratic National which there was the usual amount' nf Bachelors, and a large crowd is expect"
Committee on Tuo.sdav TTp c,m thot Republican SDeakin? and Rhmifino. eu co &lien J-Qe -"-op m the evening
J wmav bUMW I " " wwwvftuM I
promises to dc a grand aliair.
House and Lot ForfSaleT 1S81, -,,r,,ituro. 1884. '
Henry Ward Beecher has again the Democrats in tho State were work- . Every Farmer
avowed his purpose to support Cleve" i4S hard and thoroughly. He had
ought to get a 'Bov
no Clipper Plow," greatest invention of
land, andht is understood that his de- doubt that Gov. Cleveland would carry tbe afre. jACOBI is-the Afrent
' "uai, I hug kjniLv. tinva uciicvcu luui uis maior-
ity might reach 100,000.
Mr. William E. Smith. Chairman ot ball clubs will play a friendly game at the crounds in front of Pino Hm
me executive committee ot the New tne AlIKeuc Srunas this atternoon. Hotel, at Wrights ville on the 4ih nf
Lola Alontez and the King of Banana'
are claimed as father and mother, respec
tively, by Mrs. Dis Debar, who figured
in a New York Police Court.
In the ODinion nf mnst r,f 1
The Mechanics ot Pine. Grove and
the Electrio.3. two hasa hall
mi f - . . . - . I ' - ....w vr
inebeasiaerark and Clarendon base this city, will play a match game on
TY VIRTUE OF THE POWERS CONFER-
ed on me by a deed oi trust, executed by tho
late Asa A. HartKfinlrl KnnJ. ,i J o i
line. 18St. nnrl rDA.,, i ... . ,1., -irJi I , .
W . huv. AbbUlUCII III. W I IS- I . ' 11 lllMIMnir nklM I ...
pasre MS of the RA,ni0 " -" wim me.
ncase send for price lut
placing orders with others.
yy UULL.3ALE AND RETAIL. NEW
SToCK'arrivlng everv day for the Fall Trade.
Merchant and others will save monov i, "
1 - j ,L
nent bankers present at the Saratoga
vummoa me monetary depression of
me present has passed its worst phase
and times will steadily improve.
York Committee, was also present and The game will be called at 4 o'clock.
said that the system of communication Wo iavitG the attention of our citizens
with working Democrats in the elec- f f un ff is..
Logan's son, at West Point, is under
tnatior proranity and ljiog. Blaiue's
brother has been published as an ab
sconding forger. Tho plot thickens and
we campaign appears to be run on per
The Chicago Times published the
"woe scandal some time ago, bnt Mr
&ainp (. . j.
- -.v. ucuumw inuignant and
reateo a law suit. He Bounced down
oa the Indianapolis Sentinel because he
nought more capital could be made ia
"tricks' State than in Logan's.
crm oi me liovernor of. the
-oi jsevr lork was fixed at three
crs by tee constitutional amend
t.J Governor Cleveland's
p wm expire January 1, 1886. . The
is 10,000 a year, the same as
l 01 me bovernor of Pennsylvania
has hnrJ;Q. .
s? uwuvweu mat a con
sent 0f canned green peas, direct
k tne cholera-affected districts of
rived Marseilles, recently ar-
TmTorouto. and are beinV sold.
: . ';rr t ; , Ui was e8 being made to order at one dollar at the
jaousneu Dy &amUei o . l ilden bad' Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf
been carried out this year. Reports -
had been received from 1,750 ol the 2,- Kuilits and Ladies of Honor
000 election districts. Those reports. ReSular meeting this (Thursday) eve
which were made after a canvass of Mia nmS- u11 attendance desired. It
voters in the various districts, showed
September next. Mine host, Capt. E.
W. Manning, of the Pine Grove Hotel,
whose guests they will be. has made
ample preparations for the reception
and accommodation of the two clubs,
and he has also made arrangements so
that ladies wfao desire may witness the
game. Conveyances will be in readi-
SentembP.r. isfc ;r A"?."1 Y ot
m. at the Court House door In Wilmington
sell to the highest bidder, at pubBc auctKn'
for cash the onse and lot onl the wist ffi
of Seventh, between rvv- fi ,Blue
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
WILMINGTON. N. la
T7-EEP A COMPLETE LINE OF
ness to take parties down to witness
The wagonette which will convey the the game and bring' them back and the
' caused considerable excitement.
OPeas are put up in water and are
4"u ue this summer's crop
Tl . -
son J LlDciunati Commercial Gazette
t0lJ na.notc of warning if not alarm,
cV Republicans' in con
. '0ln sajs: "If (Jhio should go
-. ill ii M nnof tr rr 1 1- n
-- (j- i. iu n uuiu uu Ur
10 rali' otaaimPossible, undertaking
. :-...wa ior the JMoveraber
JQ Ohio or outside of it."
BlactV " iJ- Kleinnoth. La .Porte.
WL I 'a - . "
-&3 On. ' AOWa.
Mr. ut n
if l- ri ""-
Q-relilvrf1-Jacobs OUV the, Sreat
0u.w eUmeuTgive Smith's Worm
ly d w
that "at least 50.000, and probably 75,- Old Hundred club to the Seaside Park fare will be placed at 50 cents for the
000, independent Republicans were to-morrow will leave Capt. C. M. Har- round trip. The hour is not yet fixed
opposing ciame, ana that more than ns' news store, on North Front street, for calling the game, but of this due
50 per cent, ot them wore working for at io o'clock sharp. notice will be given by advertisement.
Cleveland. They also said that the
number of Democrats who are onnosAd Quite a nice party took advantage Personal.
to Cleveland was steadily diminishing. tb-s morning of the excursion gotten Mine host B. L. Perry, ol the Purcell j ag 21
The reports do not include the counties up Dy ine uooa templars and went nouse, nas tasen a snort vacation, and
of New York and Kings. Mr. Smith down the river on the &PorL They bas gone to Beaufort for health and
said that tho (-anTass fiirthdr d. "u a P"""" aJ wimout recreauoo.
Drugs & Patent Medicines.
The best Imported and Amctlcan
Toilet & Fancy Articles,
hnS a78 o band, to be sold as low as any
PUREods6 7 n 8611 RJLIAIJ8 25
' fa?Snr8f hnendcd to.YUh ,,l8Tatch: and satls
i uuu, me same as If parties Were
doubt a pleasaat time.
vanced than at the same period in any
previous campaign. Friend D. contributes the following
. X esterday's New xorfc world says: to the Revieav:
The active campaign has not yet Since becominar a TJanadVf. mveoif t
f:l i ri:n . .. i - .j
laniv uuiuiutuwu. ronitcs uiusk wait consiaer ail other?, not n tho twriaoi
on pleasure. The cooler days of edition", as a batch-o-laws not worth
oeuiumoer uau ine exoaus irom sea- SDeinnsr corrp.ntiv.
n 1 f 3 1 1 I V
Buoru, Luouiiiams uou green neius nave
to come before people will consent to Attention is invifed to the advertise-
get thoroughly warmed up on the Pres- ment of Mr. W. A. French, assignee,
S8ru.. Pf ,he sale of valuable house and lot
unusually encouraging. The opponents on seventh street, between Market and
of Gov. Cleveland have done their best Princess, the sale to take place at the
auu tueir worsr ioaestroy me spientna Court House door on Thursday. Sept.
I v w "HO r LUU LUUUll V. I lltk
IlnnaUta fl.f. 1. a ? i t I
liuyciwa ti uuuiirz a single naw in nis
...Ul!. J .1
puuuu recoru. mev concoolprt a vi a nTtci.A
nas oniy aroused the ind mation nf all ' " xoriw uorta
honest men and made them vet firmpr a statement that 4Mrs. Lula Smith, a
in UIS support. Personalities ara tha I mnlatto ao-an 23 vpra tha ;pn nrDv
anly weapons available a2ainst a rjin- L?. o.:u . -
Hi,iifl hneo ormr ; , i,c.,f ""71 oiuiwi, Piur oi a coiorea
or flaw, and their use is alwavs rft. church in. Wilmington, N. C" had
sented b the American people as ille- been arrested on the charge ol "aban
gitimato and cowardly. doning her husband." This is un-
.m.l. VVJUUl U U1UUCU. A tit! I kln.lln A n. 1 . .
visitor -nntipi-M Kni-rni- a uuuuicujj uiiaiue a we can near oi
transparaent bargain made with Blaine 110 suc" m lbls tity. It occurred
throueh the great Naval Department possibly iu Wilmington, Del., but we
lobbyist has exposed the true character
of the Butler movement and shown it mn nr7 k . . '"Sf
to De the Hired annex of the Republican 7 w wo .w
canvass; JNo self-resnectiue- or sensi. llKe 10 aavo our people charged with
ble Democrat will vote fer Butler. the sins prevailing in other cities.
All efforts to caiole or bnllv thh TnJ -
pendent Republicans into the snnnortl Another large consignment of Sash,
of Blaine and all attempts to torn them Doors & Blinds at Frtnrv nrira fni
r-- 1 r!i. -1 - - -j rf - I
wiu vexouu uavo xaueu. xne iie-1 receiYed at acos H ara wae. Depot tj
Mr. J. G, Barrentine. alter ap ab
sence of about two weeks, duringlwhich
he has travelled quite extensively in
South Carolina, has returned to the
Hon. J. M. Rose, President, and Mr.
J. S. Morrison, Treasurer, of the
Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railroad,
were in the city to-day, and registered
at the Purcell House.
A letter wtfs received here this morn- j
iuk irom our iriena, jir. Asa. A.
Brown, who was here for a couple of
months last Winter. He is in good
health and is located at El Paso, Texas,
where he is agent of the Southern Ex
Mr. J. H. Horner, of the Horner
High School, at Oxford, N. C, is in the
city, and is the guest of his brother-in-law,
Col. B. R. Moore. Since his arri
val here Mr. Horner has met with quite
a number of acquaintances of former
years, among whom were, some who
were at college with him. He will re
main a few days to enjoy the society oi
his friends and relatives.
D. A. SMITH.
Furniture Dealer, N. Front Street
School Books !
School Books I
C FECIAL DISCOUNT TO MERCHANTS
and Teachers. We make a specially of TEXT
BOOKS adopted juy the State Board of Edu
cation. Prices fund ,hcd on application.
toM 1 rdCrS by mlU "Ucoclve prompt at-
C. W. YATES,
angU 113 Market Street.
tfoBaiia of Music!
rjlUE DEMOCRATIC BOOM, THE HOOD
lum, .After Breakfast, Alwajs. Capltoias.
Key West and Ycllaw Leg Scents CIgarre,
xes Lemons, 25 tubs VaTand N k Y Bnttir M n n,0t li&v0 10 to tho Patent
rMran iri.,!. in JuiJ uniter I iciicine way of aiicrrtf.i,, -gSg w.. ...;V"r
, f.fgu'uiiour. l?acon. Laid, WHISKEY. &c it ' Jruius
w iaJSV?PiJIP.. . ausrlS OLD NORTH 8TATK 8irnnw
" mnjyjm . .
WnntAH i "ouso linimers.
l: I I TAI'niV i.w ......
excellent references rfyc.. Apply ar couul&g us. LaPge Ttock. S
,011 Chestnut st. i J aug'30 St
Lemons. Butter, t Lemons.
JUST RECEIVING BY A. C. LINE and N.
'SJf,mCT- aU of which will be gold low in
KV: bushsyMeal?W 7?
JUDe l I No. 1N. Secopd Street.
City Drug Store.
" IO MARKET STJUEET.
Biun?, a:c Contractora can 7v
ment and good soods. ' '."i-
W. E. SPRINGER 4 CO
augl pUCCC88or3 to John Dawson & Co..
a Wilmington, N. C.
(Nothing funny about thu T,IE HANDSOMEST AND t.arcmt .0
- j i 1 A . . ." A0,
TF YOU WILL COME TO fcoNOLEl S Wrtmenl cver en la this city.
and try a glass" of his cool SoJaj i Water, and j
leave wat2rme:loas alone, tMusCard Plstei
will be sclUng at a discount, anr can Ic fsr-
nlshcd when needed by
J. W. CO NOLEY, Manager.
Young, old and middle-asred. all ex
perience the wonderful beneficial c&ects
of Ayer'a SarsaparUla. Young chil
dren suffering from sore eves, sore ears.
scald-head, or with any scrofulous or
syphilitic taint, may be made healthy
and strong bj its use. .
Lamps and Lamp Goods a ipecUlty.
G. & N. Eobinson.
WE ARE TH ANKFULTO OUR FRIEND
for thelx Hbcral.'patronage. '
Our flock Li all fr.K . .
TflE WILMINGTON 8IHRT-rAffropv they can bo rcVurct onrK";
MVfum wniae marset, 75c Coloml Shirts martet prices. ;
fe W w. : Seaside Shirt at ill
r? yacnung la crcat rartety. Gent Orivr I V,V,'aiiS. arc a
5c Drawers made to ordrj 7sa v-.T.V.
SroSSi0tt 1,08010 to ordexat
JnfSS0.4.116 ntrr soUciiedanA
pxonipUy attended to. GUeusaaiL -
iniV " "t' " J- ELSRACH.
n?"iFf. f'. tat we are '.tin
Our COFFEES ar
at verv low rrw 7"" uyan-iioia
-Ail Jdada of BASKETS, BROOMs r rrr