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WILMINGTON, N. C., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1884.
. - -PJMUSS JO TIC. , , , , , . ...
Wt wiHbegia to reeeivo coosstic2ciUca
from cur frScn&a on any and- all Hc!:
ceaexaliaterat but .; " J : U I
THe&aaecf the writer mast ahraysbe
Jahed to the Editor. , ? '.- ,
Coaiiaimikaikmamxwt be wtUUa cm ta i
ore aide ol the paper.- . I . ' . v - .
Personaliaea mast be aTolde?4 .
AEd It la eepcc!all7 axiTpartlcxr larlj tn e v
atOOd that hr !Ttf -vL -kt T j
IN VJ thvteof correspondeat3 wi)t cute
2)t7y JBvtcw Aw the largest bruta! and bloody work, revamping all
nidation, of any newspaper the miserable falsifications that
"j. tn ike cttyof Wilmington
...;nn Tuesday, Nov. 4.
In the odltorUl cohaazift. -':
P7PT" I il r
wereinvrntAd hv mn!ianf me JMecnanics and
- , j auu U1CU.
The match game of base ball between Ren0rts rWivi r o",uparni;no
the Electrics, at ototo that thoro is irroot n nr ;
dacious slanderres of theSouth. It is a Grove this afternoon was doubt-1 the Pee Dee section, and that the crop,
read the 'tal S ontonU wiJSnS?' P t 7u ' JadRmg the "e actually sufferine from the Ions
LT moved I witTeat mgLtio; L"6 mb? f thSe Wh Went down continued spell of dry weather. Unlesl
that at this late day any one should m me Clty . rains should fall there within a few days
naye collected these stale slanders to dis- City Court. ' the crops will be seriously diminished
tribute at the Norlh for political effect. wn tt l i . ; nntiiv
Not a word of testimony contraveniDg William Usher, colored, was brought Q quantity.
the statements 13 printed, but the worst before the Mayor this morning charged The condition of Policeman Latham
stories that ever were invented to de- with the larcenv Of a lot of baes. He a L
tame the Southern ceoDle are here col-
lected and presented as gospel facts, as t,
if they were admittdd or proved. This
jOK GOVE1SKOK :
ALFRED M. SCALES,
il I-IKLT. (iOVEKNOK:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN,
of' New Hanover. -
KOU SWKETAliY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
of Wako. -
FOU STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. BAIN,
W. 1. HUBERTS,
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
Titr(.ri"Ti T.i lTT7TTn TV.
S. M. FINGER,
lASS'XTATK JUSTICE SLl'Jit.MK UUUKI-
A. S. lERRIMON,
a uuuu iu i.u &uui oi lor doing remarkably well considering
nrnvnd. T its "4 FKtuuu tuo neii wsrui ui me rihe nature ot his wnnnd ITa i frP
book is endorsed by the Republican Criminal Court, in default of which he trom fever, the swelling has perceptibly
vuuuviaus. J.1.U.UA. Aiauuu& VVllltSS LJ I VLa LAJlIJIIlILLcU.
(jen. Kaum : "A careful coniDiliation
of the brutal and bloody means as re-sorted
to to deprive the SouthernRepub-
iicans ot a tree ballot has long been
needed, and I take great pleasure in
encouraging you in your work." Such
At about 8 o'clock last night, while
on her way home, Sally Barber, a
colored woman aged 59 years, was
is the tone of letters frem many leadinz taken suddenh sick on the sidewalk.
Ropublicans. v'e publish in full the between Dawson and "Wooster streets
ltuerirom jren. j. tt. nawley: cun,tu 'u: c
Of"P. A Tin its f. NPwi.m!T R T "",kOU 1UIU tue UUU3tJ UL a
August 26 1884 uu;u tauiujr, uear wuica sne was an me
Dear Sir: Be sure and let me know time, where she died almost immediate-
wnopUDiisnes your dook concerning ly. The cause of death was heart
me manner in wmcn ine treeamen s
decreased aad his
as a question
A note from an esteemed friend a1
Clinton tells us that everything is serene
in Sampson this Fall There are no
independents there now and the De
mocracy of the gallant old county are
getting into shape for a big majority
for the ticket in November. The Coun.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS- NEW ADVEKISEMENTS
It is with pleasure that we call special attention to:
a variety of Black Goods, hought this season
we claim that they are very cheap.
We have been getting these goods every week for the
past three months and yet the demand is for
more. Sizes 32 te 42 just received;
both plain and fan skirts.
yo'e3 have been treated in the South. . . , "l""" v-uwumu t Convention was to have met to-dav T'HE handsomest and laiige3T as-
tne tact mat i f . . - !
Sea-Side Patk HoteL
I have no doubt it will be a very val- nected with her death was
K Hi ELECTORS A T-LARGE :
W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
It. T. BENNETT,
of Ad. son.
ELECTOR, SIXTH DISTRICT ,
uable publication. Somebody should
have done this work before.
Jos. R. IIawley.
Hon. Green B. Raum, Washington, D
And so Gen. Hawley .thinks that
sombody ought to have collected all the
mendacious statements which villains
have concocted to defame the Southern
people before and that this brutal
work will be a very valuable publica
benator fiumb writes; ' JNo one
could be better qualified than you for
this great work, and there never was a
time when the country needed it more."
Senator Plumb means that there
never was a time when the stress of the
Republican party was so great as now.
and when Che publication of such vil
lainous falsehoods would be so valua
ble to the Republican party. And this
is the sort of campaign that Senator
We now have the key to the remark
made bv Col. William Johnston "I
will be damned to bell fire that if
about a year ago her husband fell and
j expired suddenly of the same disease in
the saw mill yard of Messrs. Northrop
For the Yachtsmen.
We saw this morning in the window
i ot the jewelry store ot Mr. George W.
Haggms, a beautiful gold medal which
will be competed for by the Carolina
Yacht Club in their regatta, which is
to be sailed on the 12th inst.. over the
Wrightsville course. It is of solid gold
and upon one side is the name of the
donor, Mr. W. A. Truslow, of Char
lotte, N. C, on the margin, while in
the centre is the engraving of a yacht
in the foreground with a Iignthouse in
the distance. On the other side is a
space left for engraving the name of
the winning yacht in the race. Thede
Mr. Horace M Emerson thinks that
the Review is an excellent advertising
medium. He advertised yesterday
afternoon for the return ot a
and early this forenoon the animal was
restored to him by a party who saw the
advertisement in the Revdzw. This is
a straw tor tne consideration of the
That Wonderful River.
The story of the wonderful under
ground river at Birmingham, Ala, as
published by us yesterday is of
course a canard. It is a cleverly told
tale, though. A gentleman in this
city says that he knows the
"Prof. Mulhattan" alluded to.
Bortment ever ecen In this cltv.
3 Lamps and Lamp Gocxl3 a specialty.
GILES A MDRUUISON'S.
Eept 1 33 and 40 Murchlson Block.
House and Lot For jSale.
lost do JY VIRTCE OF THE POWEUsjcONFEII-
ed on me by a deed oi trust executed by the
late Aaa A. Hartslield. bearing dat 3d day of
i June, 1S81, ana recorded in Boolf: U, U, U,
page ass oi me liecoras oi xsew uanovcr
County, I will, on Thursday, the Hth day of
September, 1884, at the hour of 11 -o'clock, a.
m., at the Court House door in Wilmington,
sell to ihe highest bidder, at public auction,
for cash, the house and Jot on the jWest side
of Seventh, between Market an Princeea
streets," the late residence of the iaid A. A.
Grand Masquerade Ball,
Friday ISvcniOfir, Sept." I.
!pt3 2t- jok II. IIAIiT
Hartsfleld . Size of lot G6x55.
WM. A. FEENCW.
aug 21 3w nac t th s Assist e 3.
New Jewelry Store.
HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY.
IVe had almost forgotten to say that
Arkansas went Democratic in Tues
days elections by way of variety, of
send to the North dispatches in proper
shape of the disturbance at Rutherford
ton, we will carry Ohio and every
doubtful State at the North."
The purpose is to fire the Northern
This is what our cotemporary ha to
say about it. Gen. Hawley, we are
sorry to say, has been invited to deliver
the address at the opening of the Ex
position in Raleigh next month. Perhaps
he overlooked this fact when he volun
tarily agreed to loan bis name and his
influence to the rascally scheme out
lined above, and set on foot by the
that he is a St. Louis
sign is exquisite and it we were a young drummer and a wonderfully clever liar
we yachtsman we should strive earnestly and that he makes a specialty of hoax-
to bear off such an elegant prize.
To make children healthy use plen
ty of air. plenty of milk, plenty of sleep,
and always have a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup in case of croup.
ing people with tales of the marvelous
in art and nature.
It has transpired to-day that Mr.
Elijah Hewlett, who has been in the
race for the shrievalty of this county,
and who two years ago ran as an inde
pendent and came within 300 votes of
announces to his friends and the .public that
he has refitted the store No. 103 Jdarkdt st,,
(Brown & Anderson's old stand) where he
will display a large, handsonce anil carefully
selected stock of JEWELRY GQODS of all
kinds. All new and all warranted; exactly as
represented. Watches', Clocks and jewelry
repaired. Good work and prompt, dentery.
A share ot tne patuio patronage is respect
fully solicited GEO. W. IIUGGINS.
sept 2 ivra ztw
The venerable Bishop Pierce,
Senior Bishop, of the M. E. Church, Honorable Green Bay Rum. If he did
South, died at Augusta yesterday, morn- t ig for thJ le of North Caroli'na t0
'"ft- I ron.nmKsr 5f Tho loaf t h n t : fVlf
Got. Waller, of Connecticut, has ac- managers of the Exposition can do now
cepted a nomination for reelection, is to recall the invitation extended
Each against his wishes, as he did not to Gen. Hawley to deliver the address.
desire to serve again. He will surely and thev need not stand upon the order
fce reelected. of this recall, either. Scant courtesy is
due to the man who would stab you in
the -back or filch from you your good
Rev. Dr. Pritchard and family arnv-
Mr. Elly A. Gasque. of the Pee Dee beating the gentleman from Maine, haswIOSIngwUl walCi
Index, published at Marion, b. t., is in withdrawn from the race, instigated
the city and registered at the Purcell thereto, it is rumored, by some consid
House. erationa not vet made rjnblic. It is
Rev. Dr. Carmichael did not go to said that Mr. Hewlett has alleged his
the Warm Springs, but is no w in Fred- inability to pay the expenses of the cam
encksburg, .where he was suddenly paign an(j a3 an offset to this it is alleg-
called by some important business e(j that a certain Republican here ofler
matters, and where he will remain until ea to put up the money for him
. - t
WHILE MRS. TAYLOR IS IN THE NOHTH
U. S. Senator Henry B. Anthony, of
Ehodfl Tclanrl a A an A Hn f(( fit
rnmaenee. on Tuesday afternoon, in
tie 70th year of his aire. He had long
the 13th inst.
Miss Cannie -Chasten, daughter of
Mr. John M. Chasten, left on this
morning's train for Boston, Mass.,
where she will enter the New England
Conservatory of Music as a pupil.
Miss Chasten is already an accomplishs
ed musician and has met with
deserved success as a pains-tak-
and thorough teacher; but
St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-destroyer. she ha3 a iaudable ambition to stand at
the head of the profession, and will de-
Manv fine horses, seemingly-used up.
been a sufferer from a chronic disease have been saved by the tirnelv use of iDg
tot his deah was sudden, ho baying
been on the streets on Mondav.
Mr. Anthony bad been Governor of I
Stale Island for two terms and in 1859
ke entered the United States Senate as
Laion IiBpublican, succeeding Phillip
Aien, a Democrat, who. like himself.
w been Governor. Mr. Anthony was
"sleeted in 18G4, 1870. 1876 and 1882.
ue was the oldest member of the Sen-
c m consecutive service, and was
etosen its President pro tern, on March
S31669, and March 10, 1873.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C W Yates School Books
R M Mclu tike Black Goods
Hkinsbekqek Great Musical Wonder
Knights and Ladies of Honor Local ad
F C Miller Friends and Fellow-CItizen3
Munds Bkos. & DeRosset Drugs and Pat
There are also reports to the effect that
Mr. Hewlett did not find out how poor I
he was until altera visit which it is
said was paid to him at his residence
on the Sound by two of General Man'
ning's personal and party ; friends.
It is uncertain as yet whether Mr.
Hewlett will accept a position in the
Post Office or the Custom House, but
one thing else is certain, ana mat is
that the faction of his party , whom he
deserted, are hot on the subiect and
are not sparing in their denunciations
Another large consignment of Sash,
Doors & Blinds at Factory prices, just
and before we receive our new stock we wll
vote a year or two to the study of the
science under ihe tuition of the great
teachers of that institution. She has
pnprtrv. nat.ience and unflaffsinir indus
c j . " -' I i . -r . tt 1 T- .
try. together with a reverential love for 'eceivea at jacobi a xiaruware uepoi-T
music. While at the Conservatory she xiie Soldier's Return.
wmuuwu u v,uu..u - The campaign yesterday in quest of
Pompey Sneed, although conducted
FEW BliLS. OF FEES 1 1
CORNED MULLEIS FOR SALE. .
Jg2i DAVIS A SON.
JpjR WRIGHTSVILLE SOUND, will leave
Soatherland's Stables DAILY at C P. M. sharp.
Returning, will leave Sound at 7 A.M. shai p
june25lf T. J. SOUTHERLAND. .
Conoley's Drug Store.
210 MAIWiET STREET, j
(Formerly known as "City Drugstore.")
A KULL LINE OF DRUGS. FANCY AND
Toilet Articles. Cigars and Cigarettes.
Conoley's Cologne In any quantity desired.
oda Water with pure Svrups an Cream.
aug 29 J. W. CONOLEY.
THIS WEEK, KEXT, MD S(L 0L.
IKDEKD BVEUf WEEK WE RECEIVE
NEW GOODS. Lot ot nice Feather Dus
ters iuat In. Bird Cages. Patent Chiraoev
Flue3, Pumps. All kinds of tinning done by
the best workmen. Old stand,
PARKKR & TAYLOR
PURE WHITE OIL. ecpt
"FRIENDS AND FELLOW-CITFZENS :
JTJEAR ME FOR MY CAUSE AN BE SI .
lent, that ye may hear."
Colognes, Ex traots. Toilet and Sachet Pow
ders. Soap, Turkish Towels, Toilet Cases.
Full line ot Drugs Ac. Prescriptions a spec
ialty. , At
F. C. MILLER'S,
aug H Corner Fourth gnd Ncn sU
OFFICE OF '
Dr. S. C. Ellis,
TU'O. 323 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, op
jl posne aiiiicrs urug biore.
y Note change of cilice hours, which are
as follows 7 to 10 a, m. , 3 to 0 p. m .
aug 21 ; " - .-
WAS A TlirE WHEN
buy so many things 0
and harmony, a branch of the
in whifih she has already made consid- I . i i i
The receipts of cotton at this port to- ",.'mnrnaa. , vigorous luut" wu'u
i r i iii t-i in &.tr a. k j - a m &
day foot up 26 bales.
iae Democrats have cause for self
fulation over the result ot Tues
WJ s elections in Vermont. The State
1113 gODe Republican, it is true,
mat was a forerono conclusion.
The latest reports from Pompey
Sneed were that he was alive and well-
Fullest assortment of Fishing Tack
le can be found at Jacobi's. t
era Die progress. t irminate as successfnllv as was
Everybody in want of Paints, White hoped. The posse returned safely last
Lead. Glass &c, should go to Jacobi's night and Pompey is supposed to be
still in the woods. Much anxiety was
Dos Tongue; telt here dnrins the day for the safetv of
JEWELRY, SATCHELS, &cc.
call will convince you of the same at
118 Market St.
eent3 ' fl
Wo Viovrn ViH nccRfiinn f rftntlP.ntl V. I ii . I.. J 11,1
within the last few weeks, to speak of eonnter theDeriisofthe forest in search MlltlnS BPflS. & DsROSSSt-
. . a. t ; 4.. UAtm I.. ... j a. . I, H - I . . ... I wmm
t IS finv nDOUL LIUIU UCKiU IU1UU&- Iha nrirn nnftmines OI OO LUUSUO lUai I -F Via ilroarlnri Ant anr nhh nr. a ra.
Tile Democrats did not fight to carry put for the storms and high winds pf hs being gathered and shipped to the I Heved only when they had all arrived
Mate hilt tn TA(!nfA thP fftnalirnl I Cont arnUar-
, . " unukM . mji5luUH
.jonty ot their ODDonents and in this
t l. " i w rv i -ra mil i ' j 11 j a. i i - n - - . i - . . . -
fined exclusively to a few localities m reported that he, regardless of his im' DrUgS fit Patent lYI 0CI !CI fieS.
I ' . 1 a vl k 'Port AhATf'a I . -1 . r- "
i country, uiaiiuiiji n iwv,u6JI i mi nent pern, ran against a iormiaaDie
in Duplin county, and Point Caswell, ODStacle with such force that he was
in Pender county, have heretofore had pr0strated upon the ground, and it is
the credit of being the principal points aiso reported that he got seriously shot
of shipment for dog tongue and this m tne neck: but as these are possibly
: Uin (tsAn an(!rolv 5 itnnrMl ea va aal ' r t i e I PORE IFOOdS. !
uiij "-""iV"J '6UU,l'u mere campaign rumors, wdico are ire - orders attended to with dispatch and wills
eJ have been successful. In 1880. the
wPowican vote in Vermont for Gov-
!"r was 47,848 for Mr. Farnham. The
democrats cast 21,245, and there was a
eoobact vote of 1.578. Farnham'
asfey over his Democratic cfompeti
rwC6, COS : over all, 25,025. The
eiurn3 are not jet all in but the Dem-
kic estimate is that the Republican
Knisrlits and Ladies of Honor
Regular meeting this (Thursday) eve
r... i ?; i li
ning, t an attenaance uesireu.
When joa can get a stylish pair of
pants made to order for bo, we can it
rhPftP. Yon can do it at John Dyer &
cheap. Some of the substantial are np 'lis
true, but the average y low. We aro dally
receiving NEW AND FRESH GOODS. All
orders sent by servants will be promptly at
tended to. and any error will be corrected at
once. All are invited to call, inspect! and
price goods. No trouble to show them. Eggs
are up, and we wish we could say as much for
the quality, but wo always try and Imitate
one celebrated In history, who did it with his
Hatch-et." o pun intended,
augsa F. a. & N. ROBINSON. -
School Books I
School Books! -School
The efforts made by some of our citi- the port from which the principal por- qUently more or less exaggerated, wo faction, the same as if parties wfrc present
l -m a I
VABfami to iivn d ii summons lion 19 unauy saipueu auer uaviug uccu do not tretend to ronch tor their trulh-
fn. ... . . i-ciu i ... .. .. . i
a juriiy Wll nnt croncH "fl (MHl Ann ill. r. 1 l,1mrMic hrnilffht hPTB from the DIOTS nameO. I Mnnoj Tkn wea .nnrlnf.J r f I
. - . w irnmninraTniruuenLiciiui iuuivi uusi w 0 - - . imuw wuujtoiiAi i
IQlS VlPW icj , . ? J .knur m I . . i I TTr amams that 1 a rcrQ nli.ntlt ioa et I t a. ' - i . l 1 1 1 -
- l.? sujuiueu it win aun j W e heard an instance oi one woo- i m"-"-"-" u aoouisuuzeo men wane buu uiack-
n ,wno defection on the part ol the Wp11. wr. will sav nothing further about dog tongue are gatnereu in tbis im- and 50 was originally intended. Some-
Pflblicnn vntora TKa r.to irs I .. I moliitn vif.initv and that loads of it are 1 u n ..t,...-: r-.,
!i . - I I . . ... .... . r "
"ult 11 13 trup vnt it ws ihn roan it oil l hronht here uaiiv ana Daieu reauv lor u.. PDet nnh iha rh;0r-qnri nhan ; ra
41 t - 0 - I vw w vuaa u wv m t
r-j ictk m mat otata wmcu ia 1 - . . snipmenu io wcwawuuua iu kumwus i iouuq mat me principal musician nau
TerJ Hsnificant indict 5 f iHa vnta the Passport to morrow, apt. w ;thin ft m lies of the citv. and: as LKf.inMi misMi f d,c-
Aotember. There was no active P SOCiCt S IZiZ iU importance as an aHicle ol com- Dmty, the. number dwindled down
"cmfymtu -.t . iL!. 1 it it pniten uu. iiuu iuat ia a duuiuiuuh 1 . . . . t 1 . ..... ..
..iv. cuuvas in v ermoci lor p ' - ... . . . An merce nas rxen aemoasirateu, git amazingly, in ine meantime, rompey
Jetton. cuarantee that it will be ail that is dc- rtcaT.uiiw jUrpn- s.
SifCU. . : - lKiira mtKaro it and hmori tfht. 1 1 hrB for 1 tda T?annk1in'n rmn-rmtrm
DISCOUNT TO MERCHANTS
We make a specialty of TEXT
BOOKS adopted by the State Board of Edu
cation. Priced furni:bcii on application;
Email orders by mill will receive pronrpt at
C. W. YATES,
aug II 113 Market Street.
Great Musical Wonder !
LAYS ANY TUN 4 IMITATES ANY
bird or animal, bagpli, lunch and Judy.
HAVE IN PURCIIAStNO BOOTS
AND SHOES of ns are a" large tiock to selcc
''!- ' i ' S -'-.' i
from, goods of reliable make durable to
i : -' :.-.".. '....';
I.I ' - . ! ' . 1 -
wear, neat to fit, and we guarantee prices aa
. -1 1 I . . . . I . . . . , i. 1 . wr t .
manv oersons especially cnuaren- i nreoannsr to Lake an active Dart in ow, m www,. wu -swurs. j
HuQU in tha Vun. !,rlM4
. louowing expose of one of thegrand
l villainies which has yet bee j at-
ptea during the campaign:
-a a. uaum nas wnttcn a
Wb invito the attention of ur citizens a market, and there is hardly a day bat
.u r- kof firf nnlitv shirts are I we see several carts loaded with the
Every Farmer ongbt to get a
Boy Geo. IL French &Sons,
bein made to order at one dollar at the fragrant leaves passing 'along our CUpper Plow," greatest invention of
Wllminston Shirt Factory. tf. I streets. , '- tbro.' JACOEiistha sent. f
1C3 NORTH TRONT STREET
All, old bt younr.qnlckly learn 1 Li jac with
out instruction When u.-H5tl bv minstrel and
specialty artists, .quirtettes or choruses, it ln:
warlably receives repeated encores. Jf trrnUh
es goo I danclcg matic for excursions, picnic,
etc Superior to anythiaz cl- for campaign
clubs in street rnrades, etc. Used as mourn
piece on bra&s or tin horns, a goori baud can
be lorracd with lltthj practice, as t he keys re
quire no fiagcrirg. Price, lo ccnts Kazoo
with whip, cine, tan or trumpet attachment,
15 cents ; by mall, 30 cents, rorsalcat
sept 1 r . IIEiNiil!fe.UtEi:.
iiea. toti can tret it fresh and kx-cokl at
TUI?K IN3IPID, TAhTELE.55
Why drink-common, bc42chc whiskey when
yoa can get pure eld Clemmer at JJcCjowac?
Why atsoVe common cigars, the smell ot
which tilstuibs every one around yoa. wbea
Ioa can get a better one at as low a price at
IcGOWAN'S? Echo answers, why?