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WILMINGTON. N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27i, 1884
Mr. McDonald, once the rival of Mr. Democratic. .
iinmlrieks of Indiana, has put down prohibition
.... ma reLUrn trnrn nki rni.
Mon,or any newspaper UOT the princiDal Slatft ftffi" V' oownore Centenary.
cuyoy i, forat the recent election. .Z s annonncement that the
; : ...... . r- that thA Kn,..,JiD....u! " . "'es oi mis city would celebrate
... i.......-.' . UckmntMaM: u-.-- J y tbe centennial anniversary of the "old
nnccucutiorweveianu. w Ui-lug even a tie : I m k . -
ForSnnrrufCf..- H ""M"U:U1' ir juoses atonte-
1 J " uiaiC. I hnra C 1 , . - . .
-y?n o-rc " ouuuaJ msi., niied Ibeir
. oW beautiful Tcraplo with our best citizens
buruiugaand is at work from u ?aci ' : : ' I 3.580.... .. 393.712 u . n sexes anU aI1 creeds, all bent on
He is aaiM " " 391,599 uumng in mis nSanilestation of their
-- appreciation of the life and labors of
the gray-headed Baronet. The services
oro till after dewy ere
to be a popoular and effective cam-
jtijuot exactly encouraging to the Democratic....". 378,963
B'aine cause iu New Eogland to read Prohibition 9857
tbe standing proclamation kept at the Greenback. .... 3,780. .
, . iT i r t . .
bead ol us onrau . x u uStun morn- Republican majority
. . . ..- t ? i ? . .'.
Iess than a majority
Republican. ... Wnn,J c"!u tt,Ler Clock, wben the Rev.
v. wr a.
NEW ADVEBTISEMENT9. NEW ADT3IITISEHENT8.
The Talk of the Day !
IS THE IMMENSE CLOTHING TRADE NOW BEING HANDLED AT
Dr. Mendelsohn ascended the pulpit 11 is tne subject of constant remark that while a ceneral dullnoss i.5 rmnnUin-
ana me cdoir, under the leadership of ed of elseirWo tup. nr.n nurnDTU! . .
292 fiOO Mrs. D. KahnweiW ftml Mr M p " "- 1S uneuio serve tne immense pat
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paper in Boston which i3 supporting the When Edison, genius and inventor
nominees oi me iwepuuucan jxationai mai ne is, nad given two weeks of his
- Taylor presiding at th nmn hmi. ronage n?w flocking to our establishment to secure bargains imm tim it
. - r " , I k: . w i v
i I i I I n 1 1 r rantlaMil n ; r. i I D.'n.UU f T- o .... .
j .-uv.citu u M.piiiyHa.ie uymn. j ""asupi rros , cc jo., million doll
Mr. J. I. Macks thr.h nnma
Our reputation for
ars failure which enables our tmtrons to
to tue i . i , . . .
Platform ai.d tMh .T ? 0ttVlu- U1 at ltrasi 40 cent, on the dollar
gratulatory address forwarded td Sir '"S reliable goods at bottom market prices is unquestioned. We candidly
Moses by our Jewish fallow-citizens Jadmit--t: :
which was followed by the roadine of A , , , . ' -
well tnown selections from the Psalms ' uiuiuary circumstances, lor we caiiDot bagm io replace them
She rode on the " . tt lc"eut Pryer. manning uod for ai anyining near tne price we are selling them for.
cars thrcn dars wn lonjri D "ls great guts oeetowed noon the ven- w!m . . '
he Presbytenan churches ol 8tand on "SC:: Z arable Baronet and implorinHis ccn. ' U W1U benu garmenC-13 our store to our home for comparison with
, Scotland and Ireland are or her cur;.,v tinued blessings for the great nhilan.
what caused its noise and a
cure for it, be gave up the job. Then a
Cotffer.tion. - valuable time to going no and down on
I. te.'Dr.8to,. of Rochester- Zlr Z''
A. . . . . , t( diicover what caused its no ftp finri
X. y.. wno nas just reiurnea irom the
n....i.rtorifln r'minnil nf. Holloaf ia ro.
rfe!U r.. ..M "- little woman tried it.
porteato nave sum a lew uays ago: "i
believe the Presbyterian churches
. , . . Ior oer curiosity and politely snubbed
MdTO to-ard toalum very rsp.dl,. iy condactors and pengers. Bit
iwue. , . lue n ,he diaoovered what caused the noise,
caurcuc, --J invented a remedy which was patented.
There is great deal of twaddle in and ahe was Paid. the sum" of $10,000
Rennblican papers about the protective aDd a royalty foreyer. Her name is
tariff in the South, and the breaking up Mrs- Mary Walton, and she lives in
of tbe Democratic party on that ac- New J-oik City
count. In Louisiana, however, Mr.
great philan- S003 from anT hoase in the city, for tbe first instance has to occur where we
thropist. After the singing ot another have not been victorious.
ujmu i,uu raooi ueuverea an oration
on the "Life and Labors of the Modern
Taking the closing verses of the
Pentateuch (Dent. 24, 10-13) as his text,
Rabbi Mendelsohn earnestly and
eloquently compared the lives of the
f'. t ha lour inir ennrar nlanfai. ta mn I: iitmi- -. . ' I . T
UBJ, ..u 6 0U ru wtl34u .. iiumonai uiaiamsaotn aeciare. nave Egyptian bondage and of the modern
cm? lor Congress on the Democratic you a cold or cough, a hoarseness, or anndilanf !ih0Tto ori n.i;n i
tariff platform and the chances are he sore chest? Be waFe! Take Dr. Bull's apo3t'eof lJ and equality and de
b tr piatiorm. ana tne cnances are he Cough Syrup; don't delay, and all the mc-nst rated, by copious references to the
willbetnumphantly elected m a dis- h d 'ea3 J1" virtnea of tha latter, that. hinmtiw
trici heretofore overwhelminly Repub- away. Get iuit once! You may be deserves to h nrpnrl in th
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER.
114 MARKET ST.,
worse another day.
Senator Bayard declined an invita
tion to speak at a Democratic demon
stration a Richmond, Va., October 24.
Ia doing so, Mr. tayard said that New
York is the battleground, and that a
demand i3 made for his presence there
which he cannot refuse. For a similar!
reason Hon. SamuelJ. Randall could
not be in Richmond on the day named,
though ho hopes to speak there later in
the canvass. t
WARD Tn thla p.ltu- at. 11 an aVIab l- o
nes of all men and to be transmitted to October 2'th. 1884, of congestive chill, isa-
posterity as the brightest in the history apyearTand rnS"8 '
ot our century, embodvinc: as . it dees J.VLnera.1 terjice at st. Luke's cnurch, corner
New York World : Belva Ixekwood
appears to be quietly skirting aibngthe
edp of the political field, making very
little bustle in the campaign. Her "can
vass evidently has some mysterious
INDEX TO NEW AHVf RTISEM EMTS.
C W Yates New Gooa
E G Blair Fresh Goods
SnEiER The Talk of the Day
O B HOLLIKGSWORTH Notice
Heinsberger Bridal Presents
W E Springer A Co Cotton Presses
Change of Sailing Days N Y Steamers
Parker & Tatlor Not time to write
Giles A MuRcnisos Brass Fire Dogs
J W King. Chm'n Democratic Ovstp.rRnaat
Otterbourg The Same Old clinching Nail I 'hety-seconu year, always in the
erKEs a Orrell Livery and Sale Stables interest of his oppressed coreligionists
Taylor's Bazaar Santa Clans is Coming and his down trodden fellow-beings of
juilwsk unenas ana jb enow cinzens ftrKor rooA
Of Chnrctl and SVPnth ttfa Tiioaiiav avmlni.
the most heroic deeds of self-abnegation at 2-30 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances
orw, i :. . . L are invited to attend,
and humanitanism, and a constant starcony.
and insatiable craving to benefit his
fellow-man inespective of race or creed.
Inglowing terms he described Sir Moses T?REsn goods by steamers and a.
.pnPrn nnrnovo trt or.:0 ta, JL C. Line, now arriving: 500 bushels Va.
several iourneys to byna, Damascus, Meal, loo bWs Fancy ApnW. 60 boxes assort
Russia and Morocco, and the seven d c. w bbta N. Y. cabbage, so boxes
Visits he paid to the Holy Land, the lb8 s- c. Meats, - Irish Potatoes, Turnips,
last one in 1875. when he was in his SJSftK Smacon- ana womern
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-K. . 1JLAIK,
oct 27 No. 19 North Second St.
Geo k French A Sons They please the
No time to Write,
kNLY TO SAY, ALTHOUGH THE DF-
pall-back attachment. From present! Creamery Buttered flour
appearances it -will be necessary to!
Kcure the talented liars of tl, ARSo- or other locals see fourth page
p l bbioqers a Co Valencia onioos address, but became especially so
very enthusiastic throughout the whole J
man (i is heavy, yet we have more STOVES
towards the close, when he exclaimed : Icf Come quick or fall to be supplied.
4.... If. : ; l'I . . . mm - m-. I
wur mosea exeuipimes mai tne IMA IN PAEKElt A TAYLOR.
istrulvthe noblest r.reahim of nH PUKE WHITE OIL. oct 27
dated Press to pad the figures if she Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's noble than the Jew and the Christian T)AmnprpfJp nTrofo-p Paq f
expects to make any showiDg in :he Depot. f who are but creatures of theology." He L'm0uraipC UVSier XlOaSbi
returns. But Belva will at least secure Deiays are dangerous! Go and re- exnorted nis attentive hearers to imitale, herb will be a democratic oys
bj her candidacy that notoriety for jgter
which she pants.
as far as possible, the great exemplar ter boast and picnic at Fowler's Point.
of evervthin? that is trnW rrnf. onH Masqnboro. on Friday the 3lst lnst. Good
" J speakeis will be in attendance and a good
in ono wcet irom to-morrow will noble in man's noble nature, and con- time may be expected.
ha aUimn .n i?nn;ofi - I i.. . I i . W. KING. Chairman.
wv, .wvuu j . Hewitt. I lilUUUU . Ar.tT TVrr. V,- r A,n
lictwecu Damascus and Jerusalem
is said to be a tribe of about three
m. k, u and ork elected go and register!
Christian era. They have neither Two colored men were before the
Clly nor town, but live in tents, and Mayor ihis morning charged with dis-
peak tbo Hebrew language among orderly conduct and both were discharg-
iDcruselves, but use the Arabian with ed.
Strllscrs. Thev hjrro rpmninnd. liko
v c neara it ruuiorea on tne streets
If you do not want Blaine, Logan "bat century of life, of faith, of love,
S. H. Trimble,
The Eternal One, the Lord who reigns KTOSi ?D ""i estate bbokek
. tl every description. Offlco corner Princess and
xu wuum a iBuusaou years are as a water streets, croniy a Morriss' old stand.
rereonal attention given to sale of horses and
venires at vnvaw Baio or at auction. Con-
ignments soucitea. BETH W. DAV'S,
sept 23 AucUoneer
tae primitive races, exclusively tillers
of the soil and warriors. They go arm-
Glfrotu head to foot. They earn a
meagre subsistence from the soil and
content with it. f
Qrme Wilson, who is to take" Miss
Caroline Astor as his bride, is the son
of - T. Wilson, banker. The senior
Wilson besan life down in Georgia.
iJe lives in superb style in New York
w W ' ' V. A MAW mf KMWUV
Will make it His a pure though earth-
T, iy gem,
I ixcd in the circlet of His diadem."
A collection was then taken up, ; the
proceeds of which, agreeably to the
BROWN'S COTTON GIN, RUBBER BELT
ING, GIN BRISTLES. Send in your or
ders at once for GINS and PRESSES. Don't
delay. You will be dlsaiwolnted In retting
aionienore aunaav scnool irize nf th. " iimo.
- M.mr mlmnt, T.' t 14l. I .. - . . 7- . W. E. SPRINGER A CO..
: v 4. auwuiu uongrcgation oi the Temple ot Israel.1 ia. 21 x Market street.
I 1 I . J A I 4 r -. . a 1 . I A. V TTI a . a . . "
wm auuress ine citizens 01 roint uas" which w 11 nnnnallr bo awrrlAfl tr tu wcl x wumington, u.
, I ml
wen to-morrow, and wc learn thaf
to-day that tbe Cornet Concert Club
would ffo to RftlflPh fi.mnrrnw nirhf
but the matter is not definitely settled mmendation of Rabbi McDdelsohn,
quite a number from this city will be
at most meritorious scholar in tbe religious R,,Qce Pltr,' Tlno-o
in scheol attached to the conurbation -"AttSS -""b5
We understand that quite a considera
Shovels and Tongs.
OOMETHLNQ VERY NICE
AND VERY CHEAP.
n KS Jt HUKCHISON,
SS and 40 Murchlson Block
Republican office holders, some of ble amount was realized.
any man in the city except Gould whom ba res5ded in Washington, D. After the singing of a third hymn,
Q Vanderbilt It ia noiablc that his r- lor several montns, are beginning ulBU,,3acu auo wu.reKayon
dl?hter married Mr. Goelct and his 10 arrive here in order to vote for the Wltl1 the benediction.
'ua w to marry Miss Astor. The w- uu MCC"un, uaJ- To every Housekeeper a good
'ets and Astors are the richest real It will pay you to remember that at substantial cook stove is an important
enate owners in America. If is the this season when ybu are changing your necessity and our readers will find tbe yY friends AND THE PUBI IC ARE
sipoftho papers that young Wilson's underclothing lor comfortable woolen Dest at Factory prices at Jacobi's respectfully notified that I nave old out my
Present irom his father will be .him that at Dyer & Son you get the Hardware Depot. t kc8 t&SK "Kkto?bSibi0T?ry
income of Q I On Onn vpnr Kocfr Ua laf 4. ... I: uoera pafcronage mey nave accordea me. I
.. I 'v muurj.- i i wur views. (bespeak the same for tbe new firm, Messrs.
e system of carrier niireona is now I The North Carolina Conferenra of
'temm!..j f..t-. n tti v. jt ! u nr tt ri u o .u :i i I la8t few davs reffardin thn nntrairpniis
establishment. The two central in this city on the 26th of November, conduct of some of the colored . people BjKeS & UrreJl,
P0tanrA ft prl. and Tanirr. Cnm- Bishon Parker nn of th tOWardSthe Whites, We WOUld not be hPOPRTirTni?a tirrov ...u
. - ' ' I I mmt mm, UK S A - A A. 1 1 m V ' I
W. . I
Jications with Toul, Verdun and elected Bishopa, will preside.
-r.es wm De raaue irom iar, A white mn mav vf
ftfP d , 7 tv ii i a Pieaseain xxortn Carolina, bnt if a col-
W u u1, DUOD; '?uT ored man sh0Qld dare to vote any other
s wlU connected by .bo aerial than a straghtoat RepUblican tioket
tettn Aiaufi,,a' T he would-be mobbed to death by hi
fornication will be had between L' , ? . . . "
own race. That is the sort ol
tsunr: Vote and lair eount" the Republican
v uclwppti nnu rnrrt n nrPH in iii-i . . j
. j , uemanu.
lometres or 154 miles, and as There was uot a large number at tbe
veraSe swiftness of a carrier pig- organ recital on Saturday afternoon,
ia iKnnt . - but those who did ntfpnH venro oi;rrkf-
ouu meires. or. nnenau a
minute, the iongest of these with lhe music- took place at an
communication will not exceed
' is about 800 metres, ori one-halt a
'4tart ; . ... honr whpn nMrlirpropvnna ia Kno.
-j juurueys can oe accompasnea i - VUJJ ,
l4bQt five hours.
the ladies with their household cares
and duties and the gentlemen with tbe
b.Vn8h-Duffin. Centalia. Penna.. dnmands of hnsinps '
op. J acobs Oil, the wonder-
fite5&i?reliever " just' the thing for Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
ENSEAL STOCK YARD FOR
MILCH COWS AND BEEF CATTLE,
- Corner Fourth and Mulberry Sta.
Personal attention given to Boarding
understood to convey the idea that we
consider all of that race as being guilty
or of endorsing such conduct. We are
glad to think that it is only from the worst
elements of the colored people we may
expect such things. There are colored
people in the city men and women J Horses.
conduct and we know of many of them They Please the Ladies.
who bitterly and justly denounce it.
Tbey jcondemn it, net only because they 'PHOSE flexible sole boots, fit
i i St. . - a ... I Aim
snow it to oe vne ana wrong, out nes
cause! it brings odium and reproach 1x1061 Jf 80 P"1. "r.
upon those who would be respected
and respectable. .
Good materials properly porportioncd I ace how you like them. Son only br-
which are the essential requisites in
Ready mixed Paints can be heat attain- CFeO II frencll & SOHS,
ea oy using me jn . . Enamel faint
j and the price co reasonable. Try on a pair
ICS NOETH FRONT BTEXET-
Great Prejudice to Onions
"P" AS EXISTED AMONG AMERICANS
since the remarkable courtshfpcf Miles Stand
Idh. Since that time men hac 'been doing
their osrn courting, and have been debarred
the privilege of paf taking of this fragrant veg
etable We have sotted the problem by selling
the VALENCIA ONION, which leaves neither
smell nor taste, nd can be relished by all.
They arc worth 5 cents per pound, and weigh
from one to three pounds. 1
The Unexpected Rush for the
fan our supply short Jaet week, but we wil1
have It by Wednesday's steamer. It Is a mar-
- - .
velinltsway. Every one ehould try it. Re
member it Is prepared by Mr. Joe Strange,
who was a former . WiJmlngtonlan, nd wc
know it la pure. '
P..L. BEID&EKS del 00.
HO Nortb Front 8t-
Hew York & Wilmington
WawHTbeghu 10 rccrra eoBuanxicaUoa
rrota our friends on any and aU c3jct;
SaerlSatereatbnl y -
Tha same of the writer must always t
ihod to thoEtor.
Coraffimlcatlonj mast h nrrlrtca ce oa
one svie ot th paper.
onaIiUe tatu; be mvoldeo.;
And It U especially and partlcnUriy trtfe
tood that the EdlvT doen not alwaya eadci
tne news of C5orrepondat rAU 4U:e
tn the editorial folnin. "
The Same old' Olinching
Nail ! .
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THIS IS THB BEST MTCH FDr BlCYCL55
THE ISTKLLIGENT, WIDEAWAKE
people of Wilmington aDPrecUtcmoTlt and
enterprise. Thev are alwavs ready to lend
their support and assist It the advancement
of all leglilmite enterprises that accrue to the
ueneui ana glory cr their native land Thus
It is that OTTfcftBOUliG, tha acknowledged
Klcir of Clothlrn-. oornr'p t n.1 m xr thn tAnirnn
round on th laldcr of popularity. 'I hos It is
that his styles, his Drtcea and his souvenirs arc
acceptable to the masses or the people. And
thus It Is that we hare decided to continue to
offer until November 1st, our guaranteed time
piece, the "WATERBURY WATCH" with
every CASH sale of a i5 Salt. EARNESTLY
A O IT T 1 MM - m . ......
PARE WITH ANY 8AM K lllCKn SUITS
THAT CAN BE BOUGHT IN THE CITY,
MINUS THE GIFT OF THE WATCH. Our
gilts are given in the Bame spirit that prompts
an appreciative! congregation to present a to
ken to a worthy castor. Our natrons arc le-
serving of thia consideration cn our part. The
SC a L,es have evidently balanced In our fayor.
aouwe -nan ioxover, in spue or allopposl
non, ji.KVEi to tic LAN D that travo us
birth, popularity and succes.
ost 27 It . KING CLOTHIEB.
Santa Clans is Coming !
OTIR HOLIDAY GOODS
aro on lhe road coming in, and we have but
llUle space 1 5 spare, and are bound to make
room for them, 60 as to make them move, and
give the ladles a chance to buy CHEA1
A FINE l iNEj of Flannela for ladles, mlescs
and children; Kid Gloves, Jersey Gloves, VeU
vets, Velveteens,' riushes. Silks, Satins, Rib
bons, Laces, Corsets, Hosiery and Underwear
. 1 - - "
at prices to suit every one. Call and sco.
118 Market St
WILMINGTON. N. C.
FROM PIEBS EAST RIVER, NEW YORK
1 . -'
At 3 o'clock, P. M.
B fNE FACTO B...
QN TUKSDAT'S 6TEAMER, APPLES,
Cabbages, Potatoes and Onions, at ear Fl-h
Market. Come and sec bow chean e
cct25 DAVIS A SON
..Satorday, oy 15
.Saturday, kov 22
FROM WILMINGTON : - 1
BENEFACTOR...!. .. ....Friday, Nov
'ttULroTKCAM.. ....Satnrdav ' Nnv
i Saturday, Nov 15
..Saturday, Nov 23
This steamer has been BDeclallv refitted for
xpugn Kates guaranteed to and trom FoloU
m North and Soutb Carottna.
ror rregnt or Passage apply to
tL G. SMALLBONES, buperbatendent,
i ' Wilmington. N. C
THEO. G. EGER, Freight Agent ?
WM. P. CLYDE A OO flmrZV'
. Brwdway, New Yora-
OCt 27 tf : f
Bridal Presents !
--'!'-.-' i - f - - - j
NEW ASD BKACTI FUL
IN LARGE VAEIETT 1
PLEASE CALL AT ?
ectn Un Eook ul Uialo etorei.
Fall and Winter Millinery.'
I EXPECT ANEW AND HANDSOME lot
of Miillocry G-odalthia week, and having se
cured the services 6f a flrst-clisa Milliner from
one of th large cities, am prepared to put up
work In the most fashionable styles. Ladles
arj respectfully Invited to call.'
v- t, rt v. MKS- KATE C. WIN Kb,
No. 119 North Second Street,
cct 25 tf Bet. tbestnut and Princess sts
Stores for Kent.
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICES
above now occupied by Messrs
Ii. Johnson A Co. j
Store and offices above now occu
pied by A. Dumeiandt.
Both on North Water tL ; between
aug is Str ecpy 3t DEROSSET & CO.
The Old North State Saloon
JJAS THIS DAY RECEIVED
a lot oC those celebrated HQRNEs
GARDEN OYSTER. Thf tr. wn A.
and are warranted the finest oyster brought
to this maract. Csll and try them" Cool
always on nand. -
oci j. u. McGOWAN.
"170U WILL Do wrn.
X calling at No. HO Sontn Front
s;., where yen will find Cn .ih
eggs, and New River Oysters, open&ndtatre
ImI'iai ' Vl B" aus caP xor cash.
JgT SENDING YOUIt LIGHT COLORED
fi:,II3fttmlye Works. 1?
I???; having thera made darker for
or buying a new suit or dress. CaniAeacd
sold at Jacobi's Depot.