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WILMINGTON. N. C THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1884.
' jaily Review has the largest
n f.'r Hrhdation, of any newspaper
tonal1'' .. . m
. f;' inhe city of Wilmington. J& ; IXDEX TO SEW ADVERTISES! EMT3.
hJTiko of Bruncwick is seriously
i;is!lIin-i " '
v.k of England has ' advanced -
John Tiexken Lost
C W Yates School Bnoka
Heiksbeboeb Latest Kovels
PC Miller Friends and Fellow-Cltlzena
Dime Tabtv Ladiea Second Presbytealan
. -v; r.i interest to three per cent.
,:s ni-- j , ....
i.lo.vi ami daughter of General Register- Register!! Register!!!
I lit. " ;
I Jal'.-kson are visiting Luray.
There wa3 no City Court this morn-
missionaries who mg,
recxpai:e4 from Angola have arriv
fdat Lon !-jn. .
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
frXanitr nf the twentv-I xi - . . . ... . .
Meui. - - - 1 a receipts oi couuii at uus poll to
joUr t in iuu -o qay loot up l.dy oaies.
t- l'ii .it- 'avqq. tip.n up.nt v miuil i
t .i .in u ii i
OHIO HAS GONE REPUBLICAN
BY A PLURALITY OF ABOUT
12,000, WHICH IS A DEFEAT FOR
BLAINE ! -
Register ! Register ! ! Register ! ! !
The little Steam yacht Louise, which
his been undergoing. repairs at the ship
yard for several week, has been entirely
overhauled and refitted and steamed up
to the city this morning. Amoneher
Appointments by the Bishop of j
FALL VISITATION 1684.
Oct. 19, Sunday, Point Caswell.
Oct. 23, Thursday, M. P.. S. Stephen's,
Oct, 24, Friday, S. Barnabas, Snow
Oct.-2G. Sunday, S. Mary's, Kinston.
Oct. 27, Monday, Holy Innocent's
.Oct. 23. Tuesday, M. P.. S. John's.
Pitt Co. v
Oct: 23. Tuesday, E. P., S. Micbaers,
Oct. 30, Thursday, S. Paul's. Beau-
. . (Special to Dai vr RKvjtEyJ)
Exposition H G hounds. Raleigh,
N C. Oct. 15th I am advisedly Sol.
Haas, general manager, that the re
duced rate of one cent per mile, each
way, will ba enforced to morrow, the
IGih inst.,tn apply at points la North
Carolina. V. S. Primrose, President.
fLKASS Montis- . .
W via ba'gUi 13 rocelTO coxnTrwatetttoB
from ocx friczdJ ca 127 ac4 air cabjecu:
: The xlie8 of tho frrtter must ahraye t
alnocX to toe Editor. V -.-."v.. .,
Craa Tr.nnVia tlcm a am m wnUts cb ca
oaeiida of the paper.
PcxBOsaCUcstaostbo aToldod4 '
And It Is especlalry tsA particularly tx Je
stood that the Editor doca not alfraya cudci s
the views of correspocdestc opie - ta; e
la the editorial colxaana. -I, ,
other improvements ste has been sup
plied with a new shaft, anew propeller, fort'"
by which a" greater speed can bese- v0y. 2. Sunday.- M. P.. Cbri
cured, and has been repainted, the Church, Ne'w Berne. ;
Kr.ll Klool- or.rl fl,o nnnor wnrtc limn NOV- 2. Sunday, E. P., S. Cy
lodgings at the guard house last night
Wannamaker, a promi-
. rir Vntinstown. O.. has
. , 1 n rr ond fKoro itroa i wrpaf Tiieri Put thi-
,,r,v-iivo indictments tor per- b7o "u,
nn-lerrca aiainst him by thegrand winter biyies m iycr ouu wuu .
the popular "Melville"
ClrnA mYtprinlj nvnnorl v nnmortiorifid
rh,i;nKUfn iocomotive works, at wjljcj1--are tiie essential requisites in
rinpbiai are running on ""O" .dy mixd paintgcanbe best attain-
tiae, owing to a lack of orders, and using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
teMIn the futnro ,s far from goldjAs Pcpot. t
prjiiii.' , . The Ladies' of the Second Presby-
An imen-liary firo at Liberty, Va., terian church will entertain their
Sunday morjning destroyed fourteen friend3 by a Dime Party at, the
bi:ii23s houjses. Lo'S estimated at parsonage on Friday night, the ITtb
irom i25,odo to $150,000 with but insL ice. cream, cakes and other re
slight insurance. ' freshments will be oz sale ate ty prices,
'The pr.hibtio"a state central com- and a-good time may expected. ;
mittee oHvarlaas have put II. L. Phil- xiie price of round trip tickets from
lips at the head of their state ticket in il8re to Raleigli at the Wilmington &
i.hce r i A. Bi Jettmore, who has de- Weldon railroad office, is now oaly
-diced the nomination for Governor. 3.20.
&e , white. She isnowowned byCapt. Nov 5 yyednesday, E. P..S JohnV,
J. W. Harper and will be run as a South Mills. -
nispn(TPr nntl frpJht hnat between Nov. 7, Friday, M. P., S. John's,
J this city and Smithville, and will also "-8""eR turdav. M. P. . S. Joseoh's.
carry the U. S. mails, Capt. Woodsides Camden C H.
will remain in command ot her. Nov. 9, Sunday, Christ Cburcb,Lltza-
Nov.' 11. Tuesday, M. f.. noiy
A Wise Precaution.
To suard as much a3 to?sible aainst Trinity. Hertford
ano in w fi r a r!nnt Ppnnunsptpr Nov. 12. Wednesday. S
had the cotton at the Champion Com- u Kridav. M. P.. S. Marv's.
press moved yesterday in such a way Gatesville.
that alleys were made between the .Nov. lb, bunday, reter s, Viaies
rows of bale3 on the platform and x 1Q -roaAn p-q jnhn's
men were placed to. watch so thatUyinton.
should a bale become ignited it would Noy. 19. Wednesday, M. P., s. liar-
be acovered .t one In addition to naou.. -; M. p., Holy In.
Ihia ni-annnf inn hn Had hnaft oftnnfrl In .. .
iu" i-vjau vfcV nocent s. iivoca
Mr. H. AV. Fries, a prominent mer
chant of Salem, N, C, is in thtjeity to
day and registered at the 1 Purcell
Our valued friend. Mr. W. jV. Car
raway, of the News and Observer, is tn
the city to-day looking quite -$Il atter
his severe sickness, from whicji he has
just recovered. f
Mr. Wm.C. Ivy, business manager
of the Sumter. S. C. Spirit of the Times,
gave U3 the pleasure of a call IHis morn
ing. lie is a pleisant gentleman and
we hore he will aaainlavor as! with a
call. - 1i
Hon. R. T. Bennett will speak at Ma
cumber's store, Harnett township, at
noon to-morrow, and in thi3 icily to
morrow night. We hope that a large
audience at both places may give him a
cordial greeting. j
Mai. C. M. Stedrnan,vas in the city
S H. rTrirnble,
STOCK AM) REAL ESTATE BROKER
lied Auctioneer of General Merchandise of
every description. OSk coiner rrtoccea and
water Etrste. cromy aio-xxA" oia ana.
l?erson&l attcnllfn sAvcn to vale of hordes and
vehicles at iirlvato ealcor a ascilon. Von
elntBcnta Bollclted. SETU W. 1AVI,
Luscious and Fat
"IECKIVED Tni DAY AN- fja
otaerlargs lot of those splcdla
WINBSKRY KEW RIVER OA'STERS, the
fisest Garden Oygtcra ;hat-cmo to the city.
Served In acy style desired.
cct 10 1m SturSaioon. 13 Market t.
Stores for Kent.
FA RE HOUSE AND OFFICES -
atove now occupied by" Messrs. r2lirr
t re and ofScea atoTa ow occn- 7jT;lii;i
plA hy A. Dunvsiamit. I i f t 11
Mora on North Water st.; bet wees PrTaceS
and CticstDut. Apply to
auglJ StsrccpySt UeSOSSET A CO.
Out They Go! "
p aOPLE-APrRlICfATR A GOOD COOK
fOVK Ruch as tLo Real Farmer". 'Golv!ch
Harvest" aud "Farley SJicat" For a cheap
drove that "southern Oak" is the leader ot tbe
southern Market; Hartt-to-Ueat araps. Door
Mais, Lap Boaids, Toilet ?eta. F 11 Hock at
PAliKtU & TAY1AIR.
PURE WIIITK OIL. ' OCt IS
on a ins visit ; to-day.' He wj
Ut Guldsboro to-morrow' anti
nansvilie, Duplin county, on bitardny.
the nearest hydrant, ready for U3e at a Nov. 23, Sunday, M. P
moment1 notice, and buckets ailed with Washington Co.
. i l nn;nnf;onnng,m iMoy. ao, ouiiuaj,
the top of the bales, and in fact every Nov 95. Tuesday. M. P
possible precaution wa3 made, both to Edenton.
INov. 3U. Minaay. vonvocauou, o
S. Luke's, ! the 18ih inst. He i3 making Use; cam
, S. Paul's.
miarrt onrmer fl rft nnrl t.r extinguish
1 c u ft. m u k k 1 u w v w : 1 - , t-w
Ch n Anoinh! Almost any 7. .u i David's, bcuppernong.
.n.i linnaffle3SauuuuIBuHWUUB - Dcc. It Monday, M. Ps, S. Andrews,
l tin nminnnr. V.nrr- one Bau s . iw . ismite. There is a largo amount 01 Columbia.
lieV. .CUli.ll lill, fcuo uu! O mrtf moVitr will ftvn.ll t.hPlTl i ..... , rl. rr.1 IV T T f'-rino f-U. 1 . TUt rrrara
tnr UUUUVUulj s "lenu muuj .......... pfttfon StOrea 1U tUe WareUOUSe aUU UU leC- , lUUtSUaj, t Ulttnilut, WUUII UUl lutuwi- hVV'a
fvt. v.! ,, . i . i n i: I . ' . .
have an opportunity ot witnessing a
paign hot for his opponent. i
Mr. George H, Robinson, business
anent of Haverlej's 'Strategistf," is in
the city to-day and gave us the pleasure
of a call.. He is making preparation
for the appe'arance of the "Sitategists'
at the Opera Hou?e next Tuesday,
hsh LTosytcan cierjjjuiau, - B,a . fvnpah!ft nnnortunitv 7 7 . ,a - Woad villa. Bertie Co.
Old Surrey chapsl. London, preachea " " ine piauurm uu -uu , . Friday. M. P.. S. Mark's
t . i
thrcsseroiDui bunday in inree rrea
byterlan chuijches ia Philadelphia.
Col. W. J. Ureen.
L1Q m,nnfftlnrnw of Won. V . d . Oreen IS mtvuS u mui-
r.aY.irfna. t ho. ft'd ough canvass ot the mira iMnct, uu
il t wJ"-'"(3
Vbabiliu of closing a portion of their
i3 eivins his opponent, Curtis H. Brog-
den a heao of trouble. The political
. un,i n,i tV. rlA. record oi uieiauer i vci
J I m l -t . I. m . 11 r1 r i T Ihflr.
ana cjoi, ijreeu is mawug .-j. v-
morri in thft hst Dossible manner.
t I awvv
Lieut. Lane ot lUeriden, tjonn, com
expected is n
rjaiJ is only! fair.
have began its work there during the R(oh
brisk breeze of yesterday the destruc- pec 7, Sunday, S. Thomas V Wind
rvvnAortr t-rtnef. hUA tlCfifl flfi-I SOT.
seems to be as secure from such a pec. 10, Wednesday, M. P., Shames',
catastrophe as human.intelligence ana Beaufort Co
precaution can devise
"FiULNDS AND FELLOW-CITIZENS: -
JJEAU MB TOE Mt CAUSE AN BE SI -
ient, that ye may hear,"
ColoeacB, Ks trams. Toilet aud.cachet Tow
dors-Soap. Turkish Towfclfr. Tilht Cases.
Full lihe of Drugs c. ricscrlptlons a spec
aug 11 Crcr Fourth an t Nan all
Dime Party. I
rpiIE LADIES' OF THE SECOSD PRKS
Dec. 10, Wednesday, E. P., Pantego, UJyTETUAN cHURCU will have; a DIME
Beaufort Co. .
Cannot be Beaten. Dec. II. Thursday, M. P., S. John s. rAliA 1 l
rinr oct-optrtPfl Knhs(riber. Mr. ' J. T. Makelyville. nigUT. 17th inst. Ice Cream. Cakca and
Dec. 13, Saturday, M. P., Juniper other refreshments
Collins, ol Burgaw, brought into our
nmuT t eoAri rojlm'pnt. shootinar at a SneechiiiaKinsr. nffipo to dav some appies raisea on tne nav
A;;r ; ono-A sno. vards. in New tu cr.i ,-ntlv Prente.d at the farm of his brother, in Pender county, Dec. 14. Sunday, S. George s, Hyde
Haven Saturday, struck the bull's eye inter3Cction of Front and Market Mr. R. W. Collins,, which were the Co. . a Fairfiel(L
seven time3 successively, not witnsianu- streets by the Republicans was gaily most remaika Die we nave eer st-eu. Dec. 19, Friday, M. P., Aurora
insr a hi?h wind.
oct ic it
"ESTERDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. 15lh,
i etween R. rortner s ceer lepot pu iu nu-
1 A , .r. In nronorot nn tnr 1 ' 'hfl irst CTftn (1 tne aDDICS WCIC WU' I csr frt Sft lirf V. Jl. f.. . J OllU . rt JSalnon . Jt. KIINCI1 Of JS i I C. V A
urv,wiiv-u vw i ,uo t-w..i I r-owarri will liB-Tiaifl on the retnm ftf sa
' kn.p.hpc whloh will be de Lrered there sumed several monms bs-j, i.u iurnaiu v1- . ;h;'rnp;;Vrd. jous TI6HKEN.
, UntaTio. u , a . t, onn. hA shnwpfi ua consisted of a well de- . -Uec. 81. bunaay, iriuity. ",u- -g tf At Portner.s Bc6r Depot
i i n-n i y iil uv sc v ttai w w..- UVU..V - i;,r i . -
yeloped apple of the second crop, a
green apple of tho third crop, several
small apples, ot the size of.bcans.of tbe
The lumber mills at Ottowa
are nseiy to cmS uuwu . .w Qf the Repnbrican party
of the month Lumbermen state that .
lor upcer grades of lumber the prices Literary Notes.
wih b3 about! thiamo a3 last year. Tbo November Harper s will com- fnrth proD.ftnd some twigs Irom the
The lower grades have lalien slightly. ple,e vVm. Black's story of "Judith j re Dearing the blossoms for the fifth
ike an incredible
le fruit aud the
Mr. lrcad- blo33om3 and know that they were all
well Walden's studies ot ine vreat - diEferent growth, while there is good
, L r PioWlijiipr vs the onaKespeait-,- uuu . uimg - crop. This appears m
1! nlinr Con,! X.uue, Soriul Sfor,wiuau one in-1 Jy, bm wew (h
. timpnt of the cone usion. ii
Piny.a suit for $20,000 images .for CRfn,.ps .
. . j. ii-. rr i ii vii if uivi-j- w "
Hall of William Rums" will also be . , enCB site from the assertion of
completed in this numoer, ana tne u- cJiHns, that they nil grew upon
injuries received by faliing off a freight
train, the jury at Danville rendered a
0,000. An appeal was
lustrations will be especially rich. One j t e
of them Van Dyck's "Charles the
- - -w r A 1 . 1 r n .1
... - J' ". . - .j ai.h, " Anvfid Deatu oiaveiienimo uuj.
Iherrench fleet nas ceasou u-- pu ncuua . : ' " -w rpivd from an esteemed
lnr.i TfiBin havinir completely bv Clo3Son irom tne original paiuuus n.w.w.
..... U i,D ?n L:n k-;frnn!iDieRa to tho number, corresponaenianu suuuu tu
lizeu an tne iorts anu cuhuhuibu m w
T I I n.ll ri 1 1 fc -
ompelled thp Chinese A paper on con
troops to retire. The foreign resiaenu inue.uw :MBn. Lnrreil on the morning of the 15lh inst,
will con- lowing touching tribute to the memory
l. - f Tra TCellia Hand, whose death cc
mm i in: reuitauiLa- ui
ia the city escaped injury, but
houses were badly wrecked.
. I.. c ir : rl 1 rro fr it nrp.Sf
their uou oi iv.us o - f - - mhprl far nast the three
development, Andrew laog is to nave wucu duo r -
, ... Bonrn ftnd ten as tho age allotted to
a paper on byaney omuu. auj ""' p-
c-urch, iu an
be one by Mrs. Harriet rrescou opui- eariy Wednesday mornins at luu icsi-
ford "Three Quiet Ladies by the name dence of her .son:iniv Mr; ,K
loru. inreu vtau j B'oodworth. in the 89t.h year of her
of Luce." ond nfter an iilness lasting about
n...- ... Tn.i.- nnri nprrcrftli r.iii .r-.?icrA illustration I man :
. II - - 1 I n Ain ' I HI 1 1 1 I II. I ILl 11 .
leaders of the juormcD bf Burn poem, "J.o a xs. pfindftr'8 oldest and one of her
intervibw. have repudi- a mons the stories of this number win hicrhlv esteemed citizen, died
- i Alia u
a-edthe statements telegraphed irom
XewYork that the Mormo church
ve r.ppropriatcd money to aid in the
tleetion of a I Democratic presidential
l';cset, tor which certain considerations
ere to be (given in return. They
tsert that the . statements have no
fundatiou whatever in fact.
An errand boy in a Philadelphia fan
fJMore h is jint been left $500,000, but
lt;s tboaiiht tie will die early of con-s'-mptioxr.
There i3 nothing "better for
yourii cuildran that are daily exposed
'aa a spoonful or two jof Dr. Bull s
ju;ti Syrup. v
fy 7U isris Appies
QN TO D VI '3 STKAMEB,
FOS SALE CUE Al .
DAVld & SON
1884 FaHand Wlater. 1884.
J AM NOW DAILY IS RECEIPT OF MY
Wkai.t. axi wr'TER MILUKERY
J 6tlectei Uy me in berg la the orth
lfa markets, to which I Invite attention, anch
8 ftLfs hMd tuxwa in all nrev&iline col
o&m graaea; Ostiich Tip j. Birds ant Vtlngs
mi of in i ritaailng worn tnia seasou
' uive added to m. Fancy Go as uenar
ff. on the first floor, a line ot TAliLK
t UiKrs, which will bo stamped wita
.fciter, free ot charke.
-lt, MUM.IE, AID a and all theneces-
utaierLiiror Art Xeedleworic
fc,J2Jert lores, Uc-6l:ry and Ladles' Un
IISS E. KABREE,
01:110 ; Ediasso Comer.
anrn and Jlfter
. .1 . TT ;fr. 1 Anrliflnn
rhnnibor of Commerce. three monms. xxei wo--uaniDor
ui ,D i-r.r.rn throughout the community
The annual meeting of this body whs f e daYS nrevious to her death,
.. n C- I l i c :1 A fn'nnrl J U'DTO n rp-
held at the rooms or tne rrouuco w. anu ner lamuj. "TrnVi.
chance at noon to-day. The
of October 11th and 16tb 1883, were gummon which extends tar beyond
read and approved. The reports o tne precincts of home and the circle of
th President..Commtlte on River and personal acquaintance, ana toucues i
the 1 resident o CfjmJ hearts and awakens the sympa-
mr nupiocuicu, tji thies of the whole community.
munication from Henry Bacon, isq.. Tn death Gf Mrs. Hand.
p.n.iinppp in chnrre. to the Committee, pAnrfer loses a citizen than whom she
..l whAAon motion has never had a better. She was a
' IUsolvcd, That the reports of the model woman
the valuable sofge.- jVuree score years they lived
"L0".""1"!.!, nalily Wether, nntit the summon,
wcyunauo Fu.uU-. - h,Khnd to PO. It alttlOM,
Tho report ot the Secretary and crusbed her, but with a Chritians grace
t- . J. rot rpopived and or- nd nr!itnde she Dore u. lnaut-s-
irasu ti naa i - -
thorough lady, Mrs.
g ICMUCUk uv. -
and River Improvements be receiveu, she ma'rried Dr. Wm. Hand
tlT.nl.Ms fnr the valuable SUETKeS- I two )cai
tions and mtorrn
TEW STOCK FOS FALLTKAD&.
ARRIVING KVKIiY TAY
fanufactarcl cxi)resly, for thia market.
New Stylca and Lew Frlccs. Call and exam
ine our extensive variety of New and rahr
ionablc Goods, all made this Br gon.
D. A. SMITH.
Furniture Dealer, N. Front Street
:tCvancanch Central Democratic Club.
Dcc. 23, Tuesday, t. raui s, tureen- meeting of the cluh will take
Ville. , j u- .... . , r mIT,TICSri "V .!,rtit
Dec. 21. Wednesday, M. r., naw vou,
r). UtlWUCi illUHuu www ..... t --
uiauw- . -. . . dPmin.lR thr. attention oi every memucr
Dpo. 25. Thursday. (Christmas) fc. nmor.rata are invited to be urceetit.
Pptpr's Witshinffton. oct 15 2t M. 8. WlJbUAitu, secretary
'I i r-. m. : . H
Dec. 28, Sunday M. r., inomai. . ci
Bath. . irirSb ui tutJ oeai?yii.
Dec 20. Tuesday. M. if., .Jamcsviue. v;
iCCL' V' ,"7jr.i tt ft t TllR fiUM RKSTAUKANT h
Uec Jl. vteuousuay, a. x ., mtui, a SAMPLE ROOM
wuiiamsion. . m I v. y. BEEF, i n. y i t Amu,
Tan'c 1 IHR;. Thlirsdav. M. 1'.. O. r cAHUVrnWER. CELE.BY. etc.
M.nin'j Hamilton . ' The delacacies ot tca-rm . amiye uu
..ci..... fc-. T - .. - . I i.rl WiLili'SVEiSl .
Holy Communion at all aiorning o. M.i Front st
Services. Collections lor uiocesan ;
Missions. As opportunity may offer PArArilORTirft Sale.
the children will be catechised, ihe
Bishop requests that.m accordance wiin Y VIRTUe akd in runsu4NCB of a
TrtOrti.Trin nt thr "ninpp.sari Conven I tS ii
VUO uwviui - ; . . , -i ... . IT,
tion, arrangements be madia m eacn aecrccoufleaupenorwvui0u,w
parish tor a meeting of the Vestry with Countyt made ln a caage there WdicS be
the UlSllop. tvjoen Eduard FeEChau, piaxntui, auu
I t p.aiim.n A 1mlnltrator or Jonra r. iu
i 1 1 1 m nanmon TTl f R. Tl Til T tl 1
Register now! Delays are danger- othere .defendants. I. aa Commiesloner under
ifl decree, will offer tor: sale to, the hiarhest
OU3. I KfrtrfPT. for ftaRh. at the Court House dooi ln
: tbe city of Wilmington, a 11 o'clofli, a. ia , on
KVi- tliA FnitiltlarV. Monfiar-- Kovember3d. 1S5. all the interest
onri osT9i of thp late John G. liiuman. being
Deputy Sheriff Geo. W. Murray, left one undivided half, in and to the following
...... - -.i . i. ri i iota ox iana Biiuauj m rw-uiji vj ,r
for Raleigh thi3 morning with tbe fo- jt begmmnff in the Kast lme of Front arrect
: .n cnn. cr. fwt Nr.rth irnm iu lnierHecuua wku ii.uu-
lowing prisons, uuuv.u ... . d runnteg i thence 'North with
tenced at "the late term ol the Criminal East lice of front street 66 feet, ther.ee East
leuceu k iuo i widnr cso ftet thn eoathwaroHCG leet.and
Court for this county. thon Wcstwardtv 230 feet to becirtainir. beinz
11 c ,1 1 IA r lanartof Lot NO 4 In JJIOct Sil AltO Qns.
Speaking & Oyster Boast.
QOU E. T. BENNETT, CANDIDATE for
Congress ln'ttls District, will epeak at Mc
COMBER'S STORE, Harriett Township, on
FRIDAY, lTth.at 12 o'clock, noon. He will be
accompanied by. the Cornet Concert Club and
a number of prominent citizens, and Immedi
ately after the Sruking there will he a largo
OYSTER RO AS ?, to which all are cordially
By order cf taeDcm. Ex. Com, of New Han
over County, oct 15
nTi lt tilnir It !o. 5 In lHock 261. accord-
WilliJ.m V itliams. larceny, o jtais- mg to the pun ot tae 8aiJ-r"'J;"w"'
Laura Hazgett, highway robbery, 7 t2 5t ,oct 2, 9, 16, ?:j,Sv 1 i. conW
YOUNG G ICL'S WOOING, by E. P.
Dock Leake, larceny, 1 year.
Eliza Deyane, larceny, 4 years.
. I .-1.- rrn tn AnCI It 1TTA tnC
dered on file. The election ol oincers genua . - iiVml well
was then held and the old otticers were ivhHo we creatly deplore
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loss to our whole community, and es-
Ftet Vce-Prcsident-E. Feschau. tlS"hfi5Si hope" for her
rcc!ectel as follows:
President A. H VanBakkelen.
j; irst ice-rresiuent- entertain the brightest hope for ber
Second Vice- President Donald Mc- ratare. believing that oar loss will be
Rae. her eternal gain. . . :
11. 1 r cimntir-writA thu as a nonce ot ner
1 i-iT mnor nnn mum suimuio
. II. Cbadbourn. li. v " T.
George llarriss. J
C. McQacen. R. E. Hiede.
Central Democratic Club.
The officers ol ibis Club, who were
elected at the mas3 meeting heid at the
Court House on the 25lh of last July,
are requested to meet at the same place
at 8 o'clock to-night. Tho following is
the list ot officers :
President F. W.Kerch ner.
Vice Presidents Fi.st ward A. L.
Wiggins; Second ward John W.
Dunham: Third ward John D.Taj-
lor; Fourth A. Adrian; Fifth ward
J. H. McGarity.
Secretary M. S. Willard.
Assistant Sec. A. M. Waddcll, Jr.
Executive Com mitte First ward
11. G. Smallbones; Second ward G. J.
Boney; Third ward Isc Bear;
Fourth ..ward A. L. DeRosset ; Fifih
' V. nM,MAnt nf Pro- Pnr lnrahla colorinff taO WftliS Ol
rr - r St. Kast, tltnl I lTltS-
dace Exchange, ez-cjgicw, w.u.u ."m -----
tho Executive Council.
at little cost.
nothing equals lh Maeletne sold at
Jacobi's Depot. ' T
-Ik- : !
decree of the Superior Court of Kejr Ilanorcr
Co .made ln a cause there pending t etwesa Al-
rica Adrian and 11 an se oiit;r, j-aiu)tj
trading as Adrian Vollers, plantiA, an5
Roiiman HIHT T. BaDIQUI. John C BaU-
nian. and others, defendants, I as. Comma:
slonr under said decree, wit! offer ;f or sale to
the highest bidder, for cash, at; ttc Court
House doc-r. In the cltr of Wllrxligt n, at 11
o'clock, a m , on Monday, NoTemt;(TSd, iHtl,
tfce f UowlDg real esaite feltuite lajeaW eitt:
Onelotblng tbe West half of Lot ho. 5 In
Block i0", begiorlcg at inesoTiccasi icrscc
tion cf rourta and Mulberry street, running
tbeccc orth with Fourth street 64Jte,tLeic
Kaat parallel with Muloerry strett lt5 fee
thence fc'ouih parallel with Fourth strict it.
feet to Mutberry street, arxi thence West wilt
Mulberry street to beginsiag. ;
Onelot, teipgtbe Wet htf of Lt o. 4 1r
B:ock t07 tegtonlng m tbe Hist lia; of Foorlb
street 66 feet Narth iroa lu lntereectlo witn
northern line of Mulaerry' street; running
I'.rvA North with Fourth street CS ffiet. thn
East parallel w th Mulberry street 155 fe t,
jen feoath parallel with Fourth strettCifeet
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oct2 5t oct2.,I6., Novl j Com'r
li'ie In Cloth only. Price $1.53.
J)U. SEVIEK. by George W. Cab:o. Iu Cloth
only. Price $1.00. For silcat
TgLANK BOOKS, PAPEE AND ENVEL-.
opes In Boxes, Vtlrct Frame all sizes, beauti
ful Steel Engravings, and many new Novc!-
lice, just tccelred, which are sold very chapJ
cctl5 Lire Book and tiualc Stores.
Public: Speaking. -
on. n. t, beknettI demo5katic
ciudidatc for Corigreta In this District, will
speak at Wilmington, Fr'dty sight, Octoter
17.h ; at Macumber'a ttorc, Harnett TowiAlp,
rrl'lay, 17tb, st 12 o'clock, coon.
c;oi- J 1. otapi's. i!xocrauc canciate tor
Elector at Large, will speak at W llmicgton,
Tuesday night, Oct. 2lit. s '
iien. A. ii. Scales, HeajocraMc ra dldatc
foi Uovemor, vriii gpeak at Wilmington, Wed
nesday night, Octoler 22nd.
IOL.'t forget to reglstc.
JAMES W. KIKG.
Chairman Dcm. Ex. Com. New Hanover Co.
oct 11 - - ;
Y feESDISG YOUU UGHT JO jLoriLD
hi. to movacH'J i tetra Dse Works. Ul
Ti, -rnil vrhunkemunk is the name tecoct st.. and hiding xbem madcar a"of
llie aiOiiycnuotwfciuuiifc. it kUV "Ui f FallajMl Wlattrwear jonn aare the expense
f a !ake in Maine. The :; name .of , a J,iwJtor dres Compete ami
ircea lot aye ttu-a j v. -
of a lake in Maine. 1 ne name vi u.
Great German Heniedy is Saintjacots-.
oilitconaucr5paia. - 'i
All Wool Cassimeres, ;
Direct fwm the Factory.
D5I HAULS GOOD3 FOlC & DOTS.
' A FCLLUSE JU5T OPENED.
JNO. J. HEDRICK.
The Old North State Saloon.
TTAS TXILS JAY KLCKIYF.D f- S
a Wt o; th?se celebrated liOUNL-S v-
GAE5EJI OYST-IL ' Tiicr, ar kept on Iro
-and are warranted ths Ha-ff oj&ier brisiit
to tuii mrkft. Call asd try tlier. Cool
Ucraad tusbest Wlaes, Llutr anu Cxt
always ca Land
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Oa motion adjourned.