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Ti,e Democratic Column 1
TEXAS ! ! -INDIANA
MI SOURI !
KENTUCKY ! . .'
NEW YORK !
TENNESSEE ! -MISSISSIPPI
NEW JERSEY !
WEST VIRGINIA !
SOUTH CAROLINA !
NORTH CAROLINA t
Twenty States, with 219 votes in the
Electoral College ; 18 more lhan neces
sary and a majority of 37.
The situation in New York is, to say
the best we can of it, a grure one.
The people, as a rule, seem to acknowl
edge that Cleveland has been elected
bat Mr. Blaine and his henchmen still
the contrary. It is evident that
ifthey can lraudalently claim the
bM they will do it. They sent out
lite on Saturday night a dispatch
toting that they had found 10.000
Totescast for Butler in New York city
which had been counted for Cleveland
bat the Democrats laugh at such
nonsense. The official vote will be
canvassed to-morrow, and the result
will then be made known. In the
meantime there is no doubt in the
minds of the Democrats that over ticket
been elected' and that it will be so
declared to-morrow. Yesterday's
Herald this epltonizes the situation :
Our returns this morning do not
alter the result as heretofore given,
drover Cleveland is elected President
of the United States by a majority ol
liirtj-seven electoral votes, as we an
Bounced on the niornio alter election.
Nothing can change these figures. His
piarality in this State is nearly two
thousand. Complete returns are in.
The ligures have all been carefully
compared, added and readded. The
e.ectoral votes of New York will be
can for President Cleveland. Pre
cautions have been taken at Albany by
the Governor's friends to have copies
ktea of all the lists received f rom the
County Clerks throughout tho Stats,
"any returns hereafter sent in by
mail should differ from the figures
already received a rigorous accounting
be" demanded of the person who
toay have tempered with them.
In spite of these safeguards there is a
Jp seated feeling of nnrest abroad.
People instinctively feel that the Blaine
Onagers cannot bo trusted lo
!-bmit to the hon est lesirit
by manufacturing a dishon-
one they can torce their candidate
fctothe White House.. Signs are not
Anting that such an attempt may be
jfde. Already the chief counsel for
8 Hayes electors before the Electoral
nioiission is on his way to this city
uthe summons of the National Re
publican Committee. His ready IbIo;
?jence may again find similar ein
P'iment. and the scenes of 1876 be
pDeated if the popular vigilance is re '
xed. From the tone of the despatch-
received it would seem that Mr.
l's telegram congratulating-the
Jsident elect is regarded with'afus
to -.us eye. Some consider itA fixere
Qe to gain time for the concoctiog of
Jark piot to steaj tne presidency,
"aile others consider it as a mere ex
Passion of physical cowardice.
.A ?od sign of the people's deter
jmatioD is to be found in the vast
meetings ot citizens all over the coun
gathered both to honor the success
01 the reform nmrtiriatA nd to crotesl
Jiast any attempt to cheat him out of
7 umce to which he is so justly . en
juw. We can onlv give . the more
jo.minent of these monster assemblies
r;ch met in every county in the
fill i rhe tenr ot lhc fpeakexs re
arts sufficiently shows the determi-
k ut me people to see iair piay.
Publican journals and honest citizens
vni lv m m n miv
e their defeat
against iraud. It is to be
d? before, that lhe unlucky can-
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vui.. vni.- WILMINGTON
Don't they Die Hard ?
Alas ! Poor York, No) One
Seems to Know Him Now.
PITY THE SORROWS OF THE
POOR OLD MAN.
O, WILLIE P, O, WILLIE P,
YOUR AGONY IS SAD TO SEE.,
GIVE UP THE GHOST, DIE LIKE
MEN, WITH THE FATES DO
NOT CONTEND !
FOR IF YOU DO YOU'LL SURELY"
FIND, THAT JAS. G BLAINE
IS LEFT BEHIND !
HURRAH FOR CLEVELAND
INDEX TO NEW aOVIBTISf WENTS.
-C IV rATES Something New
TV E SratsGEU & Uo Hardvrarc
P It Bkiogbcs & Co Flrewor8
Ottbkdodko Politics and Clothing
Mrs A. Lums den Winter Opening
FasTivAi-Ladles St ThomaV Church
Hkihbbkrokh Bookseller and Stationer.
Giio It French 4 Sons For a Small Bum
TarkebA Taylor Weighed In the Scales
F C Milleb Friends and Fellow Citizens
The telephone fire alarm has been re
placed m Hook and Ladder Hall.
The work of decorating our business
places still gojts on, and the city has a
gala day appearance.
The cold wave passed away about as
we predicted and we are now having
yery pleasant weather
Mrs. E. A. Lumsden's Winter open
ing of millinery will take place on Fri
day next and the ladies are all invited
Capt. R. P. Paddison says he will
bring down at least 150 uniformed men
on the John Dawson to participate in
There will be a "Pound party,"at St.
James1 Home.corner ot Eigoth and Or
ange streets, to-morrow afternoon,
f which we trust may be largely attend
ed as the proceeds will be for the benefit
of tho Home.
Our people have gone to work again
in good earnest. The result of the
election is now very generally ad nut
ted, -nd the excitement and uncertain
ty of last.week has in a gr jat measure
The ladiesof St. Thomas' church
will give a pleasant entertainment at
Germaoia Hall to-rrorrow evening.
There will be refreshments and the
Italian ban will supply music for
We understand that there will be a
big celebration at Smithville to-night
In honor of the Democratic victory.
Snrna gentlemen from that good
town were in the city to-day inakio
preparations for the happy event.
Step Ladders, alUength?, at Jacobi's
M""''jMiitiMMM.MMM,MM, " ... ; - - -----
A Worn of Advice.
We regret very much to learn that
some of the colored people, with more
zeal than discretion, are conducting
themselves outrageously since the elec
tion. On Saturday night a party of
colored men made. an attack upon
Henry Mumford. colored, who keeps a
stall m the market house, for no other
reason than that he voted a Democratic
ticket at the recent election. There
were twenty-five or more of these col
ored Republicans who surrounded bis
stall and berated him with all kinds of
foul, profane and indecent language,
much oi which conveyed threats by im
plication ol personal outrage. This
was solely and simply because be had
exercised at the polls the same right
which they had, but with the difference
that he voted as he pleased while they
voted as they had been directed. We
hear also of colored men who have
made threats against the whites, but
doubt not tbat'these angry feelings will
subside in a few days. It would be
much better for all concerned, and es
pecially lor the colored people, if they
should subside at once. We will say
and we arc glad of tho opportunity to
speak that, so far as we can ascer
tain, a mahrity of the colored people
and all of the best disposed among
them are inclined to submit quietly
and with dignty to the manifest will of
the people. It 13 among the most ig
norant of the race who are so offen
sively demonstrative and it is from
the colored people that the jiost bitter
and insulting language is heard.
Some of the latter are rude beyond
Miss Lilian Olcott.
It was unfortunate that this really
accomplished young actress should
have made her appearance here at a
time when the minds of our people
were almost exclusively occupied with
the exciting events connected with the
election. In all the characters she as
sumed while here, whether as Juliet, in
the play of Rome and J uliet, as Taulinc
in the Lady of Lyons, or as Galatea, in
Pygmalion and Galatea, she displayed
much ability as an actress. She has
been evidently an earnest student and
is conscientious and painstaking in the
rendition of her lines. The same may
be said of her principal support, Mr.
W. Burroughs. His Rtmeo was very
floe, while bis Claude MelnoUe, in the
Lady of Lyons, was superb. The com
pany was good, without an exception.
and they, were deserving of much better
houses than they secured while here.
It was not the fault of the actors nor of
the theatre going people of our city,
who know and appreciate good acting.
but was entirely attributable to the
election and its subsequent excitement
v " , Base Ball.
The female baseballists of Philadel
phia will play a match game with the
Seasida Parks at the Athletic grounds
on the afternoon of the 13th inst
Tickets of admission will be 25 cents
nnri we imasine that there will be a
large crowd to witness the game. The
females are on their wayto New Or
lpan. were thev will play durinc the
There were two cases of disorderly
conduct before the Mayor this morning.
on one of "which a penalty of 10 or
twenty days in the city prison was ini
posed, while in the other case a fine ot
$25 or thirty days in lhe city prison
was the sentence of tho Oaurt.
When a man discovers his boy using
his razor on a slate pencil his faith in
beinz the father of. a future President
is overcome, in his anxiety to and bt
Jacobs Qil to apply tho cut finger.
A sure cure mr u.
OF THE PEOPLE IS WATCHING
THE ROGUES !
Iet them Come.
We predict that there will at least
10,000 strangers in the ci:y on the day
of the grand celebration in honor of the
Democratic victory. Every train and
steamboat coming into the city will be
caded to its utmost capacity with pas
sengers eager to participate in the fes
tivities of the occasion. We will have
plenty ol water in the Cape Fear by that
ime this is authentic so that there
shall be no impediment in the way. It
will be one of the liveliest days ever
geeu in Wilmington, and "don't ycu
A Pine Medal.
We saw in the window of Mr. George
W. Huggins' iewelry store, this after
noon, the gold medal presented to Hon.
W. J. Green by the North Carolina
Fruit Growers1 Association for his fine
display of wines at the last Fruit Fair
at Goldsboro. On one side ot the
medal is the inscription, "Hon. W. J.
Green," underneath which js an eagle
surmounting a bunch of grapes and
leaf, the latter being surrounded by
the legend, 4Tokay Vineyard , N. C."
On the opposite side is the inscription
"Presented by N. C. F. G. Association,
Good materials properly porportioned
which arc the essential requisites in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot.
Put yourself in his place" is tho title
of a noted novel, and is a motto for tho
universe. It you would put yourself
in hi3 place who is well dreased,go like
wise and purchase a fine fitting suit
from Dyer. t
The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 930 bales.
Weighed by the Scales ! .
jHD BY A STE AD( X ) MAN. We are not
found wanting when you call for a good COOK
STOVE or a HEATER, nor anything else In
PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. , nor 10 t
AT MRS. E. A. LUMSDEN'S,
V ON FRIDAY, NOV. 14th.
All the LATE8T NOVELTIES of the season.
nor 10 t -
-fTTlLL BR HELD ON TUESDAY NIGHT.
Not. Hth, at the Germanla Hall, by the La
dies of St. Thomas' Congregation. The Italian
Band will supply music for d&nclng. Adi&l
slon ; Lady and Sbtleman. 30 cents: children
cents. nov 10 2
gEAUTIFCL PASTEL LANDSCAPfS.
(Something new In this market). Alto an ele
gant line of Gilt, Ebony and Pluah PHOTO
ntf A "PIT VP A fTZ lTTfVPrU51 A OTT --.1 ft T?
TOG RAP H ALBUMS, In Alligator and Pliua
Tie largest stock of JUVENILE BOOKS la
the State. '
Don't f&ll to examine mr toek ot b0 Cejsi
Boovc, Theae books are all 3TA D Aft r. NO
UOP WON BOOKS, but all new and beau
tifully bound In Cloth ana Gilt, formerly soli
fox $ l and upward,
C. Vt. TATE3.
hot W W Market st, Wuslsgton N C ;
Politics and Clothing I
ICTOUY AND A NEW SUIT GO VtLL,
togefher. We were Eciline CLEVELAND
SUITS and HENUiClCKS OVERCOATS all
day Saturday. An atmosphere of prosperity
has already imbneti the land, and ever man,
regardless of his party sniliatlons, is ifaxited
to call at our Royal Clothing Depot and ex
amine THE GREATEST AND MOST K0VEL
8TOCK OF MEN'S GARMENTS ever offered
for sale In Wilmington. I
MEN'd SACK SUITS REDUCED.
MEN'S FROCK SUITS REDUCE D. j
MEN'S CUTAWAY SUITS REDUCED.
BOY'S AND CIIILDBEN'S OVERCOATS
BOY'S AVI) CHILDREN'S SUITS AT
REDUCTIONS IN RED AND WHITE
r L.ANJMElj UNDERWEAR. !j
BARGAINS IN MEDIUM WEIGHT OVER-
This Is a GRAND REFORM SALE OF
uuxiUMi, ana all are Invited. :
Fireworks ! Fireworks !
SKY ROCKETS. &v.
COME AND SEE US.
P. L. BRIDGEKS & 00.
HO Nortb Front St. j
For a Small Sum !
"VOO CAN BUY A FIRST RATE PAIR of
Shoe from FRENCH A 80N3.
Come and see our THREE DOLLAR
GAITERS for Gentlemen. J
UeO. XV. HrenCIl OOnS.
10S NORTH FRONTSTREET
Book-Seller and Stationer,
PIANOS AND O ROANS, FAIKCY GOODS,
GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEON3, BAN-
J03, 8TEIJJG3, Ac. . 4
nov 10 .
YTt vQ ba to receive cxzasaic&ttoa
crosaorfrlcsdaoaaay and all !nbjcl;
reaeral latere tbst " .
Tlia aasie of Cie writer meat arrays U;
aiabed to tlie letter. '
CoaaattaScatSoramiui be trrIKcxox c: '
one aids of the paper." .
Peracmattnes mnat be avoldacL: -
And it la especially and parCctUarry utfe
tood Uiat the Editor doea not aftrays endci a
the vleTOoi.correapoBdcau t4 c itatt
la the editorial eohuasa.
STOCK AM) EEAI ESTATE BROKER
nt Acertoneer ot ;eteral Mcrrhan.lise of
I veiy dcsrriptloa. Offlc corner Prtnca and
water streets. Crcnty & Mo x!s old tixu.
I crsonal auer.tlon tlvcn to sala tf hr,r,p smi
vchl lea at rrirste ealo or at auction, ivn.-
8'gniucnts eollciujrt. SETH 1.VXS.
8 'H AncUoreer.
PgOUE3 AXD BCn iING LOTS ?j
lor ea!? In ali pari of Jte ity. CashTH . I
or on Instalment j an. 1 . vil
aa30 irtffSmsM in i:cal Kstato Agest
(JUONhY, Aisctiunecr, "
Y VltiTUL AND IN rUKSUANCli OF A
ucreeof tho &urerlor CVcrt of Net Hatorer
c.ut?, in a erui n parse Pieci 1 t tocccti-
1ng there peiKting, wherein Krxtlcrick J lrd.
iin-t others :e Hhj tt: tinners, I. as Coauts
rloucr under U decrte, otTer for vale to '
tne Highest binUfr.ftt the court Iloncc -door,
in the city of V ilmir -non, at 13 oY.lco.lt, on
cures tay, thesihtiayo NoTeciter, I8s4, a
lot of laud situate In said tltr. bednnlncr In
the West line oi a private alley, wh!tn ofens
into South side cf Marko strett between co
onU a-'U Thtra etieett, at a point il fee '.South
lrom Intersection of biIU line or iaM alhy
with Market street, jnd riiiiT-ing thent c South
with sai i lino -f said ail?y 1 1 feet, thrnco WeU
parallel with Market street i tcct. 7 1cchr.
thence Nprih pantliul wiih eo,,nd street 17
feet, and tucuee -Kast parallel with :artet
street v 8 feet, 7 inches t beginning, tetntr a
part of Lot No. 4 m Block 1W. .
rj errcs ot fcaie one-fourth of tho purchaso
motor to be paid la cash, baianca in three
equal instalments, in 4, 8 and i2 month, re
spectively, from day of sUe, purchasers to
gtve notes for deferred payments drawing in
teret from day of sale at rate ot cteht per
cent. A. J. lEKOSSfe.T.
Oct 3 6t oct 3, 10, 17, 24, nov 3, 4
November ilth, at the Court House door. at
12 o'clock. v nov 5, 3t, w th mon
M. CUONIjY, Auctioneer.
BY CRONLY & MORRIS.
o - .
Y VIRTUE OF A DSCliEE OF THE
ooperlor Court of New Han-ver county, In a
cause there pending t eforetbe Clerk, between
james u. munus ana wire Jsuza n. aiunds.
Mary u. JLors wm. u DeKosset, Jr., and
others, plaintiffs, and Frederick J. Lord.; Ar
raanu tt itiwoetei, uoun i&. ixnaon ant oth
era, defendants, 1 as Commlstloner under said
decree, win oner ror saio to tho highect bid
der, at the Court House door In tne city of
Wllmln&ton. at 12 o'clock, on Wedi esdav. tho
5th day of November, 1SS4, aJl that lot of lud
situate in saiu city, beginning in the South
line of Market street, SO feet East from Its In
tersection with Eastern line of Second street
and running thence East with Market street
is feet, then South parallel with Second street'
30 feet to a brick wall, thence West with said
wall 2 feet,, thence Sou'h with said wall
87 feet and 8 Inches to a -brick bulld'nsr.
thence with the line of cald buiklltg East 4
feet, thence South with the Eastern line of
said building 23 feet and 7 Inches, thence West
with the Southern line of said building 3 feet
and 7 inches to a wall, thence 8outh with said
wait and tne west line oz another brick build
Ing to feet and 0 laches to a stono wall, thence
weetwnn saiu Bione wau a ieec, ana tbeico
North parallel with Second street 198 feet to
beginning, being part ot Lots Nos- 1. 2 and 3
in Biock ."3. taid lot will bo divided by a
straight line running from North to South,
and sold in two separate parcels; the West lot
or parcel having a front of 23 feet on Market
street and running back the samo width 1SJS,
anu me juiei ioi naving a iront ox so leet cn
Market and runnlnr l'JS feet, btinz 11 feet
wide on Its back line.
Plat of sakl Jot can be seen at office of Crnnlv
Terms f Sale One fourth of nurchaso
money to bo paid In cash, balance In three
equal Instalments In 4, 8 and12 months re
spectlvcly from day of sale, t urchaser to glre
note for deferred payments drawing Interest
irom uay oi saie at raio oi eignt per cent.
a. j . jjEttoaaarr.
oct 3 6t oct 3, 10, 17, ?4 ror S, 4
Above sale Is postponed until Tuesday neat.
November lit h, at tho Court House door, at
izo ciock. . nov a. 3t. wtnmon
WILMlNGTdN WELDON B. R. CO..
-Y ILMIJi'GTOX, N. C, NOV. 1st,
rpaE FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL MEETING
ot the Stockholders of the Wilmington A Wel-
don E ail read Company will be held attto
Office of the Company In Wilmtogton, en
Tuesday, the 18th of November, 1?81.
nov 3 tdm J. W. THOMPSON, Tect'y
WILMINGTON, COL. & AUG. E, E. CO,,
SECRET ART 'S OJTICE,
WlLMDfOTOX, N. CL, NOV. lltlSSt
rsiiijs aasuAL ukstinu ur xun biock
U. - ' K '
holderaof the Wilmington, Colir' it & An
hrosUBallroad Company. wlU :e ' at the
Office of the .Company, Ja V, on
TaesdAT. IhelStlt;;;-r :
nov S tdm . , . W". T7tV)mP6n, Bviff
! -TOU WILL DO WLX.
i a calling at No. nafco
st-.wnere yon will flod fijio
dno U esJ ; .
cgg cd New hlver Oysters, open-and ia t c
! shell, rerclrcfl fresh crery day. As l"rr:h
Family vroccrlea of au t lull cheap for each.
septioy - - - w. x. c:uou.
Old; North. State Forever.
T7LECTION I OVUE INDICATIONS point
Jj J f"
correcllTeo drink Ckincacr, Sciole C. xal
iU Cigar aad be barry.
OLD OUiUSTATE SALOON,
'novS ,. . - 6 South. Trent Street. -
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