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. VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1884: NO 252
- thp.lr Daperreiruia
ive their paper regularly,
'tr Tki Daily Review has the largest has been an increase in the Democratic
tny of Wilmington.
circulation, of any newspaper voLe of 37,432 in' the last four years.
A Week Xioncer. n
In answer to numerous inquiries we
There; was a small audience at the
VON GLAHN At 9 30 a, ro. October 22nd.
T7hn c airts that he will get 20,-
es in Ohio in -November. If he
f ' thP State will be sure to go lor
The net Democratic gain is about &3,- would state that at a meeting of the Ooera House last nisht to witness the Uiff'1 GLAUN !Ke of tte
a . I l&l-O ilUUU X. on UUUU i
funeral will tike Place at 3.50. tomor-i
aftrnoon, from 1 the reeidence of, - her
tather. Mr- John Dyer Friends and a-qualn-
rances are invited to attend. .
We win torn clad to reoarre commmvattoa -
firaa our friends on aay asd all iiaJj6Ct
The xuuae of the writes Hanii always ba
alahedl to the Editor.
i .Connrenlratlocs mast 1 be writs es oa
'ore aide of the paper, y -
, Personalties must be avoided,;
And It Is especially and particularly ti e .
stood that the Editor does not always endci '
the views of correspondents unlcsv ' c t:e
I in the editorial cohuosa.
SET1I W. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
BY S . II TfilUBLE.
AyouDg lady nafced Holbrobk,
npjikcr in Cal:-
x famtea awuy m
000. A lew more glorious victories like Executive Committee of tfie State Ex rendition ot the aboie 'named play, but Tne
thai in Ohio would land the G. O. P. position it was decided to keep open those who were present bad two hours SSL?
until Saturday evenin?, Nov. lt. This of unalloyed merriment. The play i3
will enable many to attend who would Qnebt the rer?, finest imaginable and
otherwise lose the gratification of the was presenled last night in fine style
visit. It is believed thaf the railroad aDd tbe audience were kent convulsed
authoriUes will extend the cheap rale witiL laughter from the beinninz to
tickets so as to cover that 4 date. We lha r,ri r A'iMrfrtnitni' TKp small
,uw v WS suw
where Dr. York wants to send the ne
Alarmist statements are made in
England that India is on the: brink ot
Conoley's Drug Store.
.SPECIAL HALE, r
rpo MOEB W, AT M:Y S ROOM. 5
X commencing' at 10 o'clock I will close ont
a conslfainent of poods coniL-lln ot MKN'S,
PANTS, VKST5, KOTlOiS, &C
. organized, -rebellion, fomented
mat utiti-K 1 , . n T. 1
.i:n lha ODDOHltlOD
laust invention is an electric fan York Times, that native Princes, during
' . warranted "to lower the tem- the last few years, have been forming
,if a room irom V IU uu uc niiuics nuiuu uuiicviicij uuiuuui uci
21G MAKKF.T STRE ET.
X HAVE A FDLI USE ; OF GOODS, Ir-
At ia certain, ssya . . . 1
r -is , 1 fiAn hmnn r t- iha nana rr t hro ortBn. I . ' 'i . . i 1 I . . . .
u t j j i I v w-..w . wv a v. v,, i AndipnPA WAS n ni fn nrn 1 c ai tn mi ta ni i 1 cmauiz oieairanes irrDreacnpwuuusriiuu
jUJL IUO AIUW. j . j. A. - . ' ,1 . . . ,, ' , . ir...Tnll.t iFllii. Jntt IhB nUcilr Intl n.rtofro ,v- Va irfn.r - Cfwf. WIIIITa
IKIfifl fif TJ m A Br ill 11 A nfll Pi 1 w 1 1 fl m I PJisnrR I . i . l r ..in ..ii auvj wviai"viw -w. 1 - " uivv. ...
i . n ii.: n j : . - i in m.
e f G MjLOXS OP rrNE OYSTEE EIGHT
0J from New filver.-vlilbe sot t In the orlir.
Not Our Fault
We announced yesterday that the City
in a large measure to the fact that there Tidies to eome
was a political demonstration in front Lf,uaS2fS5f?-
- i vs i v v aaao a 11 aa w j mvw t
Jity Ilall at which a large per- jamks w. co.soLEr.
I give icy whOid sttentlon for sale on Wednesday Send and get a backet
oct 21 DAY1S A SOJi
a few minutes.
the British forces, white and native, speaking last Dight would be from the tlon of our people were present.
and it is known that many official re- newly erected stand on the corner of
P. 8 Conoley's oloe still afaead. - I Mn. , , PiA I IT1MA U Daa Jm I
oct 2 a J W. COSOLKT. new OIUIC I rjICOII UUUUb I
Third Ward Club.
The magnificent First Spiritual p0rts have been received in Downing Third and Dock streets: The com-T-mole"
which the Spiritualists of street pointing out the suspicious look mittee of arrangement?, however,
3,i5:onare buildirig in that city, is Gf this fact. On the other side of the changed the place and the speaking was e(j y using the N Y Enamel Paint this evening, at 73) o'clock, to unite
Si nfZ " l Indus Russian, activity, is maintained, from a stand in front of the City Hall. sold at jAC0Brt Dcpot. .. t Prosioni0 honor of Sen. AlfredcaU
h.vectMabot $250,000 when finished, a. fortnight ago two official papers in Wewere not notified ofthechaneemt all. Jrit
selected stock of Fresh
HAVE OPENED A
lortnight ago two onicial papers
Moscow published news that the hos
and, hence, were made to err in giving
the location. We would be glad, ifl
. nr.r rr'Vfl&nd is not an o
l,u . J e .u oea I tilitv of the Khirsis tribes to the Rus
itisis ( lit? u .. i I ohnnaps n.r rnadp. to he notified of the I rt.nK Plmmli tn.mnrrn
.k nn if Hoc i sinus nau laraeiv iiiuieastu. auu luat i , vouium, w""'""
""J " ' . . i 1. J . . . ,
Cleveland several Russian subjects had frequently been so mat we umy tea our reauers promises to be one ot tne oest musical
whereofli.ee seeks j
. . I r IVrl IIWL HVIVi.i - - I. . . .11
--" i. . . . ... . . i 1 1. or tx ncro i no nng ctnir win nn - i -. ;n.nnnci awat
i iun riiaftTinmntftd n attacked. This is said to be merely a Ju" cuiciiun.0uH
l. ... . l , . . I a mof Aiiv to Ion t rvf thiQ nit V
him aanin on c oak under wh en mieht advance an 1 would not live alway, l astt not 10 - j
immense body of troops from near
i i r .1 L : 1 i 1 T
a ?nan ironner. muauwuiit; luk nua- i n 1 . . : . rri i ot t , i n;i
i. . . i mi navR m sav. i nai. iL. . m.i:i jij:- .uiii . . n mi : ?i vuauuu
Notwithstanding tne very exiraorui- a- ntrDrnmpnt :c tn nnPn "T tmi"' ' view to musical excellence, ine music oct22 2t
i iwaMuswvwa iiui w ftsa,-',. i I'll i fr-" ii 1 1 1 1 1. v i ir a. v i
selected for the organ is such as will
best develon the beauty, power and
Good materials properly porportioncd
which are the essential requisites in
, . .j T.r'.L i I A TEMBER3 WILL MEET AT CITY HALL
neaav mixeu ramis can ue aunm-: 5 t "-i. i- t k
in j auras store o. 113.. la the Weascil bolUHnf,
on the Fast tide of South ! Front street.
Scales. US" L'rag Whlskles-iIJrunswlck ; Private
Stork and Old Loir Cabin i Iiest for the money
JOHN D. TATLOB. In the market. Also, other Whiskies. Fine
oct221t Prcs't Thlr Ward Dcra. Club. I Holland Gin, Wines, Ac.
r 4- j Fresh Country 1'roduce always on hand.
A m f " Consignments of Country Produce solicited;
MXlGrlllOn i also omers for Salt, Fresh lUh, Orstcrs, Ac.
ii una mbii acrommouauons me for our
The organ recital at St. Thomas'
-he man. It will find
b of November.
,ue uesi uiuffjt-ai rpHE OtFICEttS Or THE WARD CLUB, country filends. Gootls delivered free I
offered by the Young Men's and Central Clubs, are re- ClfAlG & THOMAS."
nupstpd to meet with-the Democratic Kxccu- oct 20 ly -
Ue Con mittee, on THURSDAY h,YENINO, I
be sUyrWhi both vocal and instrumental, have been f V M' J' DfBeIlamy BmSS FaTC DOgS,
everyday. But since I've heard, what 6eiected with great care and with a s r james w. king, ,1
as nil liavA tn sav That St. . Jacobs .Oil . . . Chairman Dem. Ex. Com. New Hanover Co. livlc! oiu
- t ..f nAffnn nintfn or t hft I . . . . . ... . n
nary weaiuui ii. ww.. r , . two scnoois next "spring in wnicn snail
receipts are small. ! So lar the crop has be laught Asiatic languages to official
yielded only 989,07b Dales, oeiag ioo,
ooo bales less than last year, when the
entire crop was 5,700,000. It looks like
a. short crop; bat yt the price remains
British lesidents of India to be ominus. tuo uuu lcmam 4Vi " w" mstrumeni, anu me yocui seiecuuus ot New nan0ver County propose to form a
Rev. George Patterson, D. D., is iu richness of tone of the magnificent rriHE young MEVADEMOCRAtic CLUB
Shovels aud Tonjrs,
OOMETIHNG VERY NICE
will be very fine. We trust that a
ANL VERY CHEAP.
GILES !& MUKCIIISON,
:)$ and 40 Murchlson Block
Sojieboily ha3 previously remarked:
' He lauzh3 best who' laughs last," and
Mr. Cleveland's laughter when the rud- good for coughs, colds, croup
j.rnr November are falling will emus, etc.
probably be so hearty a3 to disturb the
napeofbis neck, ivbich the anatomi
cal Republican organs assert measures
six and a ball inches across.
"Peeper than e'er plummet sounded" Dr. and Mrs. Pritchard, of this city, crowded house of appreciative ladies
some people's coughs seem to come vvere In Raleigh on Monday, the gue3ts anu- gentlemen may be present to ad-oLE-ifiifuP1"
T?aIa.0,ofv 01 Mrs. Swepson. mire tberich musical treat.
Mounted Escort for iGen. Scales! to-night.
i ;r .
Members of all other Clubs and a'l pemccrats
3U2.?2u&'r-r"m rd Mr. Thomas Kadoliffo bas retamed
AJ VV 4A IVy VUU uvbiuiu va I
works wonders. Pleasant to take and j from the Exposition where ne nas oecn
bron-I f nr ripirlv a wap.1t na.st.
arc respectfully Invited to ioln us. All mount
cd men will report to II. McL. Green, Chair
man of Committee on Proccfslon, in front of
City Hall, at o'clock, for lntormaUon. Let
us Klve our future Governor a Cap Fear wel-
Hanover 1 come. Come one, come alL" I
i ii. jiiCL. uujiiArM,
Chairman on Procession
oct 22 It 1 Chief Marshal
Stores for Kent.
AUEIIOUSE AND! OFFICES
f f above now oceupled by McBsrs.
U. Johnson & Co. I
Store and offices above now occu
pied by A. Dumclandt. I
Both on North Water 6t. ; between lriuceBs
ana unestnui. Apply to
aug 13 etir copy 3t j LKttOSSKT & CO.
The electric light! for use in the thea-
tra is mpjdly growing in lavor in New
York, several places of amusement
bayiD? it ia use. Its introduction is a
serious loss to the gas companies, as
about 35,000,000 cubic feet of gas are
annually burned ih about thirty of the
lirirp.t theatres and concert halls of
Lust N Split's Spcecb.
The Democrats ot New
Col. John N. Staples took advantage County have bad the pleasure dur-
ofthe opportunity and- fine weather iug tne present campaign of bearing
and rode down to the bound witn a some Df the best speakers of the party
small party of friends this afternoon- m the State upou the political issues
He will speak at Goldsboro to-morrow. Qf the day, but in very few, if in any,
Hon. Afred M. Scales, who Uy the instances have thev listened to a more
irraoA nf find and the votes of the people ui iKrf in.v.i ori ontiroW Place your oraers early so tnat plenty have more Come and suit yourselves "That
m u'ort Prwnmnr nr "NTorth , . . "7 ..t' I of time will be allowed for -their took stove you sold me my wife Is pleased to
old stove ia the yard and buy a good one from
PABKEK & TAYBOR.
PUKE WHITE OIL. oct 20
INDEX TO HEW ADVERTISE! EMT.
C W Yates New Good3
Jackson A BEHr Tickets
Hbinsbekgbr Latest Novels
S H Tkimble AucAlob Notice
J W King. Chnx'n Attention
II McL GKEEN. Chin'n Democrats
J W Conoley Conoley's Drag Store
t t mi-vrmr Proof Thl-rd Wn rrl f!lnfe
' - tka Viv m nnv nf run Drominentl .. : v,--. araimw mna n.
FC Miller Frienas ana ueuow iuzem "c j j ; - i j.ue uiauue,uio"tu oiam,i
citizens. I corted from the Purcell House to the
rjlIIAT COLD WAVE THK OTUEB DAY
was a warning to prepare for the Winter's
blasts. Many heeded, and out went some ot
our BEAUTIFUL HKAUNG J-TOVEi. Wo-
will be the next Governor of North eomnrehensive discussion of the situa-
Carolina, arrived in the city this morn- torJ n Was furnished them las: night
ing and registered at tbs Purcell House by Col j6hrj N Staples, Democratic
where he has been called npon during candidato lor Elector at Large.
Register? Register!! Register!!! Maj g M. Finger, of Newton, Ca- stand
fiton T..frlors all lenrrths. at Jacobus I tawba county, Democratic candidate
--v w y o ' I -
We are now filling orders for
County, Legislative & Congressio&il Tickets
at Extremely. Low Rates.
in front of the Uity Hail by a
The astronomers at the Greenwich Depot. 9 . .
observatory announce that the star 1 Tne recerts of cotton at
Uity nail Dy a Tickets will be shipped C. O. D. unless vve guaranteo Ihem to bo pare.
larire procession composed ol tne au-l parties ordering furnish satis- 1 i " , . r.U10
X I r P...!nnnrlin f rf Pnhhn I notnin. I . . .. .1 I fartnnr rmtmrrc . i I m .
t 1 10 r Duucuuicuucuu v.. - eTent liemocraiic organizations in iaei .v..j,
this pOrt 1 " " , J ' I Cllj, Uiauj vi buo uicuiucia Lrj.ug
1 . . m m. . w 9 -1 av. 1 oa anil .1 uii i .
in coiupoiij nnu utui 1 mounieu.
registered at the Purcell House. Hon. Arriving at the stand, . which had
Arcturus ia approaching the earth, and to.day foot np 812 bales.
that f wi Qmnsh things nnsr man i
whniru whpn it Wikes. However. There hare.evidently been good rains 0HDockeryt wh0 is not a candidate been move4 from the corner of Third
u it win nnt irrivp here tor 93 000 1 somewhere in this section to-day. for Congress, but expects the votes of anti Dock streets on account of the
jears, it should not be allowed to di
vert public attent
In ordering, write names plain.
JACKSON & BELL. anSiS?
Call and See
rjlIIOSE ELEGANT FRUIT.rBESETiyE?.'
and the flavor
all we ask.
rickles; Dried Beef, Oranges and Lemons.
liAuiBg x'owaers too numerous to mention.
Jellies, Crackers, the best of Cheese, Hams
ana Eugar cured fenouiuers, coffees roasted
" """" I il DAmikliian no-rf.vnft.lll9 TUsr.riP.t for I : :.Wnns a TT-vn n rr norenn in
The suits that are made to order by tu ' .J r " 7 Z srioua. Vl " ' F ; ,
ion from Blaine's rnu nvpr Rnn Rrfl tha handsomest that position, was in toe city lascmgni, tfeat immediate neighbornooa, uoi
vwuuj. I l .i iii.m u.n . i i j i .
we have ever seerr. t ana was present ai. 1 001 iiuunus piapies was luwruuucuu w mo ia
npHIS MORNING, ON MARKET STREET,
JL between Thirteenth and romteenih sts.
A PLAIN GOLD RING, with Initials E. W
By Steamer to-morrow Mocha Coffee.
We do not rag on all Flour, but we put the
SUPERLATIVE agahist any In the market.
Parties wishing Preserves at retail will
please send dishes. I
sept 33 F. G, & N. ROBINSON.
The rapid "way we live now," m m Maj. C. W. McClammy and Capt.
tclectualas well as in more material Swift Galloway spoke at Mt. Olive on
directions, tells on .he busy brains that satanjay last with Gov. Vance.
guide the ago. The latest worker tha
has been obliged io succumb is Pro
lessor Huxley, who has just been order- morning
ed hv hia nhcaTfiona tn take a lonsr res I raiu
from aii moritfti labor. Herbert several weeks.
Soencer. hU onmruinion in science, has
the delivery of, Col. Staples' speech.
and expectant throng in a neat and ap-
..nn.;fa gnosoli ftv ITnn. A 1 T . Van
It is hoped that the gallant Democ- Colonel Staples spoke for something
between Thirteenth and Fomteenth sts.,
u at m.T rf-i -v i w-v n t vt (il. X c 1 VH T
H. to F. F P.. engraved on the inside. The QTff (jOOaSf NQW UOOuS.
finder will be liberally rewarded o a leaving it M"1 w " UUUUOj 1 UVWUB
at this office.
oct 21 3t
J HAVE MADE LASGE ADDITIONS TO
my stock this Fall, and now invite voor In.
specllon of one of the most complete assort
The Inaugural Kecital
0F THE NEW MAGNIFICENT ORGAN of gS$.
TunuiR.rminf im .m.t me.ntB'&c., ever brought to this city, and at
that will compare with anv similar es
tablishment In the Stale.!
,GOO Standard. Books
them by Gen. Alfred M. Slale3, the next most loeical and forcible speeches thus
Governor of NorthCarolma. It will a be I rar delivered here during the campaign city bava volunteered for the occasion, and an upwara. This is a banraln
hantlsomcly bonnd. at the very low price of
50 cents per volume; fonner prlco ff-Mand
General Scales will speak at Duplin 0,1 occasion and one which should nii one that stamped the speaker as a
some time beenjoblmed to reduce his Road on Thursday (to-morrow) instead calj out cvery Democrat in the city and profound thinker, a close reasoner and
mental work to a minimum, Huxley Qr on Friday, as we misstated in Mon- courity. It will be a gala night. Be- a polished orator. Our space will not Duetts, Quartettes am Choruses, rrogram ma ot0
U fif'r-nJna cJsnnaK io fl VfarS I A a ioono I ? J C.lao nhn enpatu VP. lltl- I Zt.' "', n-i rrn otron n. CVnnnftia nf hlB I M DO published ThUTSday. ' . . I
-""j-uiuq auu OJJ5UW4 " " - - I vj a isjkv. giues ubu. ouiW) r , - iwiwiii u w vivu i seats can be eugagea at ueinsoerger s book i 0 r i it r . t .
Store. Prlceof tickets 1 75 cents anq to ecnu. OUlO Ul LdllU I0l rarilllUlli
Trt Til 1 1 n mnm wn nfl. Ifl PUnni artit 1(1 nr.
BS a unsurpassed programme of Musical Gems? Lang at a 8acriflce These instruments are
nker, a close reasoner and both lnstrumenui and a ocai. irpmane uest ttrtctlv first clss, new iand erfe;t in every
. . r A4 ....enu PMirMltlTllJ ,.. . .1. . . . "TJ
no Mar ne t St., Wilmington pi c
wr-i . fmm t.hA Tradesman that I derstand, generally one hour, we may I truly able effort, but suffice it to say,
'-"- I .... d 1 r I . . l r- J
i , w r I Mr J H Stanley of this city, i about expect a talfc irom iuajor o. that it receivea me unquaiiuea appro-1
air. Arthur's quartet of laborers lor 1 .. ,.,r v,a nandidate for Suoor- nf all nresent and has endeared Col.
i - . . i . . i i oarn m isnin c :l i:ii;usulc isumu tuw xuKt f wv - - i . i
"mat the (Jbics
Vifnr m 1 t
Mun Mi! r luiin n nil t i w v ni.i i in. um
; - 4 The following programme ior vne wc- among
cental, but inutile, is postmaster-gen- The State exposition is m oe-Kep ; ca9ion has been furnished os for pnbli- dial and hearty welcome.
ai and can name i the wnoie uoiueuiopgn until XNovemoer isi, iumjw
Sates after him, if he wants to; Gil- closing cn the 28th inst., as was at first fniiow,ne Clubs will meet and We understand that the Brat German
cert A. Pierce is !made Governor ol intended. Everybody should see it.
Dako:a, George II.
Central and Sout
oct 21 3t
NATIONAL MILLS. IT
1UE UNDEKSlGNEDj A COMMISSIONER
All Wool Cassimeres,!
Sharpe goes on the
. i ti m v at o ciuts. :
Rey. A. M. Conway aim otui vi- - - namocratic Central Club
form in tront of the City. Hall prompt- 0f the season will be held in Rankin!
liaii to-morrow muiauajy on;uu&
duly appointed by the Superior Court of New
Hanover County to sell the land and premises
hereinafter described, will, on Monday,-the
27th day of October, 1S4, sell at public sue
tloe, at the Court House door, ia the city rt
Wilmington, at 12 M., on saM day, that cer
tain lot situated in the said city of. Wilmlngtm
and bounded nd described as follows: Be-
ginning at the In ersecllon of the Estern line
or r ma street with the southern line ol Tsy-
. I iJi.-i - M;i'niirg Ran
t aloog. as iefcret.ry ot the com- f'TA'ZT JZL nf Nin.h and
lib VUUivu, w".
siou, W. E.Curtis, another. What
15 to be done with Clint Wheeler, who
ruore lor Arthur than all the rest?
Il is said that Internal Revenue Com
missioner Evins thinks he could make
Wooster streets, to be known as the
TWrrt Miatinnarv Bantist Church of
First Ward Club
Second Ward Club.
Third Ward Club.
Fourth Ward Club.
Fifth Ward Club.
Young Men's Progressive
cratic Club. . ' .
Young Men's Democratic uiud.
by members of the LMrioso and Lotus
-y , ii Tl i. I oi r liiu lucci wiiu mo oouiuern line oi xy-
UirfiC L irOHl Llie i aCtOTV. lor 8lreet nd runs thence ltst alng said Une
-uucuu uuui; Wiu i J of Taylor s.reet 110 feet to an alley, 30 feet
DESIRABLE GOODS FOtt MEN BOYS
Tha mans close and arrive at the City Post
office as follows :
1. 1 1 1 L LIWI. LA 1. - . - . .
The co.et concert ciab wiii i report giitfciSt ft They Please the Ladies.
It has been suggested, and with much
nrnnnoi v wh i ii i iia .Liia b luu uj w. " . i iirx vua uom wuvw. h -w. " r-ww .
close their places of business at 7 o'clock to Chief Marshal ut the City Hall at utor''i
n.. i .... i t a'n nnir Bnnrn- wiiere l lie t w ii wiui mnm bodducu tucrcuuut wv
laere are some, very interesting facts this eveninz. so as to allow their ciers " . . Jr,- m a. a n. c. Raiiroadat
FAil figures connected with the elections to take Dart in the grand demonstration hief Marshal Alex. Adrian
woio last weet.i as a matter oi laci i to lien, scales to-nignt. r irsu
A FULL LINE JU8T OPENED.
JNO. j. hedrick.
oct 4 ' - U .
wide, thence Hcuth along the Western line of
saia suey leet, ineace west uu leei to ins
Eastern line of Fifth street, acd thenc? along
the line of Fifth street to the beginning; the
same belrg the Western half of lot 1 In block
337. according to the offleui plan cx tne saia
iiogton. -: .-
city of Wilmiogton.
oct 20 lw
This the 26th dav of September, li8-
i . Commissioner.
Assistant Marshal E. G.
Republicans failed to carry a ma-
Mity of the votes bast. They have a
P-urality. but not a majority. The
t uratity over the Democrats is 11.331
at they lail ot having a majority .in
tteStv.e by 1,120 yotes. The official
te shows a poll of 780,373. In the
Prsidential election ot 1880. the Jullest
One case of disorderly conduct was Assistant Marshal? J ohn G. Olden-
. t. . tko Matrnrthis morn- hnttoi J. li. Lm. uiescneu. waruu
.. . ... rr.1. R.thion A.-D.-Wessell. John H
ing and was dismiss xoeru w DanielB. G. Empie, Robert L. Allen,
other case before the Court, and there hhrLRn. W. C. VonGlahn. W.
were no tramps lodged in the guard v Jacobs. H. G. Walsh, J. H. Davis rayetteviiie and oflicea on Cape Fear
. . . v Ci Jones W. H. Robbins. H. McL. Klver, Tuesdays and ridays. .... .
house last night. W . t. Jones. """uu' R. - FayettevlUe,vla C C Raltroad, dally.
There are thirteen days between now j3an Quinlivan, MiKe Carroll, J. y.
Totncw i . -i: ; iDmn There ia much to oe aiornson, u. o. poucjf.wwiw:
ici t-jiHi. lu'iiirn n u (MfrLiini. ib uuu civ.wvtwM i
rrmosE FLKXIBLE SOLE BOOTS. FIT
7.30 P M. and 8.00 A. M. X . ; h
.STI. .11 vyilMa OTlt'K I -
rJJTJ .8.00 P.M. so nicely, look so prettily, wear so eallyf!
Western mails (C. C. Hallway) dally,
. a, t a x Ml w9 U
AhSta 1 Ebtet d Bai--" and the price so reasonable. Try o a patr
elgh 6.45 P. H.
J7r01l!; P.M. I and see how you like them. Soli only bt
Mails for points between Florence s
ana mxwwoh... -" I . i t o
loop m. weo. -n, i?Tencii cq ovm9
FayettevlUe,vla OC Raltroad, dally, - i
55?f;;o:6'45r 108 NOBTH ntONT 8TBEET
v . I ... an
?m 721,957. ThcGreenback and Pro- done in that brief time., and we . hope ,y- -yop Timothy
bition vnQ io j.!- The! tlak li trne Democrats-will be fully ri.n Rir-hrd Klander. Duncan
mil Tneadavs and Frldava.......
O. A. WtggiDS. Samr Bnuenxaus. vmmmmuM-
J ---"- .
Mails for Easy H1U, Town Creek,
OQ vote Intro
her ia 12 447.
was 389 62i. The I awake to the important duties of the McEaoiiern.
was 378.3031 The hour! Have you registered? . If not. line of jiakch.
was 9 510. Thelattendtothttdctyat once. Register! The line of march of the ; procession
was 2.037. So the Re- register!! registers : - will be aa loiiows:
Little RiTcr, Tnes-
T)SOW.VS COTTON GIN, RCOBEB BELT-
TOUNG GIBX'S WOOING, by E. P.
Itoe. In Cloth only. Price $1.59.
DC SEVIEK. by George W. Cable. In Cloth
only. Price $L50. For sale st
gLANK BOOKS, PAPEU AND E5VEI.
opes in Boxes. Velvet Framss all sizes, beauti
ful Steel Engravings, and many new Korel
ties, Just jecei ved, which are sold very chap
ct 2J - Uva Book and Uusle 5 tores.
mnua r rnuij". - - i tzi n khiti.p.h. Knri in tout ot i
. . .... . m T O 9t A .1 I ' - ,
WrtguuTUie, iiAiiy. -.. -----"wV ders at once for GINS and PKESSES. Tcn' " . . ,t "" .
feSSL'"1 a" The Old North State Saloon
Bnnthm H11 ........70 A. M. I esorvnvo & en . -
eood From the City Hall down t Princess to
r.iMni Pnfcpal IlAllra&d... ....... 8.45 A. If.
Halls collected from street boxes business
portion oi ewy m a a. ju-. -rr
P. M. and from other point? of the city at 5
us have nn r!n?il mnioritv in I ' mncaVAnar a
,i . r i 10 - everv uuuaHv
:, bat have 11.321 more than on1,ctnnt!fli cook stove is aiuimportant ?uMfc Rith tn Mnlberrv. v.-
democrats. In November;. 1880. Z" W dera will find the SitTniKtHCdT down Third ?Ter
Tk.. . "'-iw iruu"VrtU' I best at Factory prices ai jawwd ioiubuwiu - :i-s-ideairsnDeB front 7
19. 21 A 23 Market Street.
Wilmington, 2. C
TTAS TUI OAV IlECElVED
aoro; those celebrated HOUSE'S
Y SESDLSG YOUB LIGHT COLOIlED GAUD EN OYSTIU. Tfccy arc kept oa Ice
B-:n... " 'o ui Hardware uepot
Derjartment open I roods to 1I0NACITS fiteam Dye Works, as lire warraited tbs finest ojetcr trorht
rmithinAnilT. . I trecond St.. and having tneni mauo uantr iur i -
A.M. to B rJL illl toa Uuer wear ivb u iaio w i t B i- i -iui. a j j a j try u:e.iu oor
- . . I .... a Cnmrfava TTAm Ifl J HI UUT & . w.. v . - I " ' " ' ' - - . . . v. . . , .
Register- now! - Delays are oanr- t en sizy frca 8.
...r"vuu m onr wars. in lcu