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vtski. in the city of Wilmington.
b',u' the only place a Brazilian doss
, s.m is in his coffin.
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j !!rl )u hns adopted the Constitutional
jaien.lent empowering the Governor
wvciy separate. items in approprialion
b Us. -; ." - "V-":-:-
5ir.ca Ial de Cassagnfic, tbo'ootori
c3s bul i i'aris, has alien heir", to a
fortune of $000,000 he has foresworn
. ' v
Sicct the development of tre culture
' the forests of Europe have increased
iro:n pr.t-sixtn to one-fifth of the"entire
territcry- - : " -
(j;ie h -nrJred and fifty pounds of pare
p!J .ami :i basketful of rubies were
jiii'i k' the valuables of the DowRger
(tjctM of Hannah before she was re-
r.v-.l i! P'Wer. -
t e v dar ce, adopted by the Ameri
in Suc t ty of Professors in Dancingr,
,;th' ir meeting in New York, is called
the Octagonal. It is dancers, danced
by ieisht couples, double sides and
Ismail, the ex Khedive, is hot a pau
yj. Between 1S74 and 1879. when he
ib Heated, more than $100,000,000 was
paid in to his account at various Euro
pean banks, principally in Holland and
Alter Vienna girls leave school tbey
p through one or two years1 teaching
in the kitchen, in order to render them
icdepen tent of cooks and housekeepers
when they begin housekeeping on their
own account, ; '
Uaniei Maston, school teacher, died
it Saltiin, Mas?., last week, at the
age of eighty-four years. The worst of
the thousand of bad boys whowent to
schoi ltn him was none other than Ren-
jimin F. Butler.
C uut (Jieichenfs ofilce of Constable
of Windsor Castle is a sinecure paying
ufre than $5,500 a year. He was ap-
poJated to it as theuccessor of Prince
Albert, who held it and drew the' salary
k many years.
Mbs M. E. Braddon, the most pro
!i8c ol English story-writers, in private
life is Mrs. Maxwell and owns up to
bye reached tbe maturo age of tifty
She has just finished a new noyel,
entitled 'Wyllird's Weird.'7 '
The seven gas companies of Kew
York city, which recently consolidated
have Gxed the price of gas. at $1.75 the
1,000 feet (instead of $2.25) to consum
er ol less than 100,000 feet per month,
Md $l 50 to larger consumers.
A new perfume, called "A Lily's
5'gh," is now m use among women
whoe curses ore long, the price being
Ipertiny phial." It produces an ex
quisite odor, very mucbTike the helio
tropo, and is said to have been origin
introduced in this country by f.
What will be done with all the idle
nenpy? The New York banks hold
ntriy thirty-five millions- more than
, !p?al reserve, four millions of cold come
week from England, and twenty
ions additional are expected during
"le next ten weeks.
Hou. David B. Hill is the Lieutenant-Governor
of New York State, and
' succeed Governor Cleveland for
'unexpired term, which is one year.
Ir-Hill belongs in Elmira, but was
pra n Havana. Vt., August 29, 1814.
l a mayor of Elmira.
The Springfield Republican says that
"toe 111,000 Federal Officials, only 15,
come under the civil service roles,
i3(i ol the whole list over 50,000 are
Rasters. Governor Cleveland will
7aTe 9 000 offices to fiTl without iuter
ring with or infringing upon the civil
ice rules at all.
pernor Tuttle, ot Arizona, in his
aaal report, says that unless the ex
9cJed im migration of Mormons into the
territory is restrained by law be fears
O.etce. Hr nro-f lVi flnvprnmp.nt tn
nesian wells in the higher val-
ot Arizona, which will fertilize
nareds ot thousar.da of acres of land
The Prince ot Wales is the greatest
onel, according to the Tendon World,
a numerical sense, the world has ever
To S5.y nothing of his honor
V colonelcies in foreign armies, be
'ae the headship of the Blucher Hus
rs. he is in the colonel of no fewer
sixteen regiments in his royal
The New York World, discussi
theSenatorship of the Empire State
asss:, "Would it not be to the honor
of the State and to the credit of the
people if party considerations could be
laid aside and the Icislature be in
duced to tender the United States Sen
ato.'ghip unanimon3ly to Roscoe Con
klinx?" A -.curious'-fact in relation to the
Greely artic expedition U not gener
ally known According to Lieutenant
- me jiiueieen men i
wno perished all but one were sraok
and the one was the last to die.
ecveu survivors were
men. This is an important argument
for the anti tobacconists.
iV J?' l Mardnn, of Mardon, Son
2 .".bthographers and printers,
Knstol, England, writes: While suf
fered from neuralgia I tried St. Jacob'
UW, and found wounderful relief I
bought a casR fr use amorg our work
people and ft has proved iuvaluablc.
INDEX TO AnVERriSEflE TF.
Mrs Robebt Lee-Board
S II Thimble Fruit t Auction
C W Yates The Grand Jubilee
B M McIktiee ChUlrens Cloaks
Ueinsbekqee Bookseller and StaUoner.
F C Miller Friends and Fellow-Citizens
The latest Noyember stiles can be
had at Dyer's: New goodi and low
Tbe Kittie Rhoades combination will
play in this city on next Friday and
Saturday evenings. Mr. M. A. Mose
ley, the agent of the troupe, is expected
We beg to suggest :o the people livinz
on the lino of march which tbe Demo
cratic procession will take to water
well tbe streets on Thursday evening
where it is practicable. It will add
graetly to the pleasure of hose who
participate as well as to the lookers on.
We understand that the display of
fireworks in this city on Thursday
night will be the grandest ever known
in ihi State. Col. Kerchner has been
to Baltimore to order them especially
for the occasion and for one night
Notice to Marshals aud Assis
It is expected that all the Marshals
and Assistant Marshals, taking part in
the procession Thursday niaht, will be
mounted and have white sashes trim
med with red and blue.
II. McL. Green,
First of the Season.
The first fruit cargoes of the season
arrived here to-day on the schooners
Pioneer and Ualtie Darling,con3lgne6 to
Alessrs. Cronly & Morri3. The sale
will commence to-morrow, by Mr. S
H.Trimble, Mr. S. W. Davis. Auc
tioneer, at 10 o'clock, and will be con
tinued from day to-day until the fruit
is all disposed of.
Let every. Democrat in the city turn
out and carry a torch xn Thursday
nleht, and let every house in the city be
illuminated. If candles and lanterns
are not available for the latter purpose,
throw open the doors and the windows
and draw np the blinds, and place all
of the lamps you can muster near tbe
openings. The ladies all know how to
place their home plants near the lights
so as to add to tbe charming effect.
To a Loving Mother.
If you want to afflict your little gir
with an ugly catarrh that may last her
a lifetime, muffle her head up in a
woolen hood every Sunday morning
duiing the Winter aud send her to
church to remain in an overhea'ed at
mosphere for an hour or two, and then
let her play out of doors all the after
noon bareheaded. If this should kill
the child outright don't think tbe dis
pensations cf Providence altogether in
explicable. Getting Heady.
If thero is not a grand, glorious turn
out of the sterlingDeniocracy of the
Cape Fear on Thursday night it will
not be through lack of interest on the
part of our people. The First Ward
has promised to have two hundred
men in line with torches, transparen
cies &c., and the Fifth, in addition to
other features. ' will .have a band of
savages, with war paint, costume,
tomahawks &c some fifty strong, in
the procession. . j
Step Ladders, all lengths, tit Jacobi's
Depot. . J
WILMINGTON. N. C.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER
Second Ward Democrats:
At the meeting of tbe Democratic
Club of the SecoDd Ward, la&t night, a
resolution was adopted that tbe chair
man appoint a committee to notify
members of the second Ward Demo,
cratic Clnb to meet in front of Court
House at 7 o'clock on Thursday even-
ingto participate in the grand parade
and that said committee be authorized
to make all arrangements that may be
necessary. -The following gentlemen
comprise the committee: G. J. Bone v.
W. L. Smith. J. C. Munds, E. J. Lilly
ana w. U.Jones
State Guard News.
General Irder3 No. 12, Adjutant
Cert Inie. orders the biennial
elections of field officers to be held on
the fourth day of December next The
field officers are cho?en by tbe line
officers of the various regiments. Each
of ih'i four regiments chooses a coiowd.
lieurcnait-colonel and major. The
officers of the Fim regiment meet at
Tarboro; of the Second at Wilmington
of tbe Third at Winston ; of the Fourth
The field officers of the First battalion.
colored, meet at Raleigh December 4th
to elect a major, to command the batta
The "Iredell Blues." late Co. C.
rounu regiment, will hereafter be
known and designated as Co. K, Ulird
Aid for the. Orphans.
We cheerfully cqmply with the re
quest made ol tho Press throughout the
State to extend the notice of the propo
sition to take up a collection for the
benefit of the Oxford Orphan Asylum
wherever religious services are held oa
Thanksgiving Day, and will also .sug-
gesc to inoso wno wish to manifest
their appreciation of the blessings and
mercies of the past year, that in case
no services are hel J on that - day in
their immediate neighborhoods, that
voluntary contributions in the shape ot
drafts, checks, money orders, postal
note3 or by registered letter, be sent to
the Superintendent of the Asylum. Dr.
B. J?. Dixon, Oxford, N. C, who will
see them properly applied.
Third Ward Democrats.
The Third Ward Democratic Club
met in the Mayor's office last niaht for
the purpose of making arrangements
for the club to participate in tho cele
oration next Thursday. Col. John D.
Taylor, the President, called the meet
ing to order, and Mr. W. W. Shaw
was requested to act as Secretary.
A committee consisting of Col. J. L,
Cantwell, T. Donlan and B, F. White
was appointed on transparencies and
to collect funds. Capt. C. D. Myers
was appointed a committee on music.
The President requests all members
of the club" and all Democrats of tbe
Third Ward to meet promptly at
"o'clock, Thursday evening, at the
gate of the City Hall yard, on Third
street, and join the procession as a club
The November Star Sprlukle.
Tho display of the meteors radiating
from the constellation Leo, due about
this lime, should not be allowed to
escape the observation ot amateur star
gazers. As the meteor stream to which
they belong is a permanent member of
the solar system moving in a closed
orbit, diligent observers can hardly .fail
to be well rewarded for their pains.
The date3 of the Novemberdisplay re
corded from A. D. 902 to 1833 have
been found to advance on the calendar
at an average rate ot almost exactly
three days in a century. On the strength
of the observed interval between the
great shower ot 1791 and that of 1832, a
great meteoric exhibitiou was predicted
for the nights of November 13
and 14, 1370. which came to
pass. Since the grand show
ers of the Leonids occur only in peri"!
ods of about thirty-three and one third
years (the earth then passing through
the densest part of the meteor ring, the
thickness of which is less than the ten
thousandeth part of its length), wo can
only expect now a star sprinkle. But
the sight will probably well repay the
trouble 6T those who can watch for It.
The best time for seeing meteors, gen
erally, is after midnight or in the early
mornjeg, when twice as many are usu
ally observable as in the evening, but
tbey re visible at all hours ot the
night. Tho point of the heavens from
which they may be seen to diverge is
near the centre of the sickla m Leo.
Tbe weather on the Eastern side ot the
country now promises to. be favorable
for observing' them. . -
Wo observe quite a flne display of
new Revolvers ; f or xTcry reasonable
pricat JacobiV Hardware Depot. ? t
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ALL AGES. 0 TO 14 -YEARS.
Ladies' Wraps in Wool, Silk and Plush.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Underwear.
HOSIERY OP ALL GRADES.
FINE ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS, s me very choice things! -CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS. CORNICE, CORNICE POLES.
LACE CURTAINS We" are closing out some splendid bargains.
BLACK SILKS -Don't buy until you see what we have show you.
The Goldsboro Fire.
We have some few more particulars
relative to the big fire in Goldsboro on
" There seems to be no doubt that the
disaster originated as stated, from a
match thrown carelessly on - some
cotton by a lad who had just lighted a
cigarette. The loss is not far from
$250 000 and with insurance for "not
more than two-thirds of this amount.
The following shows the principal
sufferers, with the insurance they
carried : Jones & Yelverton, loss $25,
000; insurance $15,000. J. F. Miller,
loss $5,000; insurance $3,500. Miller
& Shannon, loss $4,500; insurance $3,
00. W. F. Kornegay, I033 $6,000;
insurance $3,500. W." F. Kornegay &
Co., loss $25,000; insurance $15,000.
Fonviile & Sauls, loss $14,000; insur
ance $9,000. W. S. Farmer. l-ss 8.000;
insurance $4,000. L. Einstein & Co..
loss $14,000; insurance $14,000. J. D.
Winslow. loss $6,000; insurance $3 GOO.
BEdmondson, loss $4,000; insurance
$3,000. E. B. Borden, loss 18,000;
insurance $10,000. W. W. Crawford,
loss $12,000; insurance $8,000, J. A.
Bonitz. lo3S $15,000; insurance $7,000.
M. E. Castex &Cj., loss $0,000; in
surance $6,000. Methodist Advance,
loss $3,000; insurance $1,500. Borden
Bros, loss $5,000; insurance $5,000.
Capt. Jorden, a conductor on the
North Carolina R. R., than the report
er of the Raleigh Chronicle that the loss
sustained, by Mr: J. A. Bonitz. of tbe
Messenger, is $18,009, a small part oi
which was insured, and that a large
part of bis insurance expired on Satur
day. Captain Jordan added that the
blaze was so great that it wonld have
stopped a train .
The sceno is one of desolation. It i
the most conspicuous portion ot the
town that was burned the very ceu-
tre of its business street and the portion
of it of which it was prondest. An
other spot (except the Opera ILust
block across the street) could been de
troyed with less loss of property or
le destruction from the appearance of
the town. It i3 a calamity thai GolJ-
boro will recover from, but the recov
ery will require a great effort and
much money. The buildings burnt
were not such as can be replaced with
easy advantage. It was not a benefi
cial fire, but a destruction of much of
the most value property in tho town.
There was a sliaht fire this morning
at the residence of Mr. Thomas H.
Howey, on Fourth street, near Ann.
It caught on the roof, probably from a
detect in the chimney. It was discov
ered in time and by the assistance of
the neighbors and passers-by it wa3
soon suppressed, after having burned
a small hole in the roof. The alarm
was not given until after the fire had
been put out and there was of couse
hen no need for tha services of the de
First Ward Democrats.
At a meeting of the First Ward Dem
ocratic Club, held last evening, the fol-
owiog resolution was unanimously
adopted and copies of it were sent to
cvory other ward clubs in tbe city:
Sesolved. That all tbe ward club and
Democratic organizations request tbe
Committee ot Arrangements to change
the boor for starling the procession
from 7 p. m. to 3 o'clock p. m., and
that tbe line of march be extended up
Fourth to Nixoo, out Nixon to Sixth,
down Sixth to Red Cross, out Red
Cross to McRae, down McRae to
Princes?, &c And that tbe line rf
march be continued until 12 o'clock,
A Chicago lover bet his girl that he
could tell what she was thinking of.
He thought she was thinking of him,
but she wasn't: it was about iVr: Hnir
Cough Syrup, which had jast cured
uer vi a urcaaiui couga.
To every. Housekeeper a gool
substantial cook stove is an important
necessity and our readers will find the
best , at Factory prices at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot. f
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R. M. MclNTIRE.
This ir.oruing about 3 ocir-ck Col.
W. L. Smith, who boards at tbe house
of Mrs. Dickson, on Chestnut stnn t,
wa? aroused by the sound ot breaking
glass in a window opening on the brick
piazza. Springing from bed to the
window he discovered a pnno. of glass
broken and the shutter open. As ho
open the room door to rush out he
heard a cry ot "A robber i3 in my
room,-' from a room on. tho second
tioor, to which ho hastcne'd and found
the lady occupant in fearful anxiety,
stating that a black man had been in
her room, having gained access by a
window opening on the upper piazza
For perhaps a half hour he had been
ransacking her trunks and bureau
drawers and she was iu such terror
that she feared to give an alarm until
she heard tbe opening of a door down
stairs.iTho object was money as noth
ing but a puise with a few dollars in it
was missing. The rascal escaped be
fore Col. Smith reached the room:
The stockholders' of the Wilmington
or Weldonaud the Wilmington, Colum
bia & Augusta Rail Roads met in this
city, this morninir, in annual session
and elected tbe following for the ensu
ing year :
WILMINGTON AND WELDON K. K.
Messrs W. T. Walters, B. F. New
comer, h. o. Plant. H. Walters, A. J.
DeRosset, Donald MacRae, E. B. Bor
den, J. P. McKay, George Howard and
W II Willard, Directors.
Hon. R. R. Brid?ers wis elected
President, Mr. B. F. Newcomer Vice
President. Mr. John Wr Thompson
Secretary and Treasurer and Mr. II.
Walters General Manager.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
Mtssw. W. T. Walters, J. T.
B-vron. B. F. Newcomer, George C
Jenkins,' Enech Pr.-tt, II. Wal ere,
George S. Brown, H. B. Plant, R II
Bridgers.fand II; B. Short, Directors.
Hn, R. R. Bridgers was elcrt;d
President, Mr. W. T. Walters VW"
President, Mr. Johu W. Ihumpsnu
Secretary and Treasurer and Mr. 11
Walters General Manager.
FEW MOBS BOARDERS, EITIIER
table, regular or tran'ent, can be accommo
dated with comfortab'e rooms and the beet tbe
market affords, at
AlltS. liOliERT LKE, J,
113i. Market at., bet. Front and fecund,
nov 18 if
SKTH AV. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
BY S. n. TEiaiBLC.
Fruit at Auction,
r0 MORROW,ICOMMENCI5U at ID o'clock,
a. m. and 3 p. ni , I will eelt on hoard British
ocnoonerg nuwKKK and HATT1IS 1JA R
Ll. from the Bahamas, West Indies, at
Dock Front of Custom House :
Bananas, Oranges, Pocoannts
Floe Apples, Grape Fralt,
tn;ar Cane. Skella, 4c.
Sale will be continued from
menc'iigat ihehoura peclned. until csrroca
re disuoted of.
nov IS tf
New Milliner !
J HAVE RECEIVED AN INVOICE OF
h EW MILLINERY , ConsisUng ot Felt, Veltet
aad Straw Hats and Bonnets in the 'latest
ty'?, A1' r"T Feathers. Ostrich Tipa
and Plants, Pompoj 9. e.
sitM rmiuiKTT, first cl MUHner.
tneniam the country, tau.elutfgsif my work
room and eiue hlbl iecoinincndoi as
v. , ?" C TFIKK
EOV 3 lf
QF ALL KINDS AND IS ANY QUANT1
ty. Wboleaalo and Eetall at BOCK BJTTOlt
prices. ' - W. E. SPRINGER CO
. , - 13, a o Uxrket 8treet,
. . TTBaSBjtoo, N.C. .
re aiiaJ l&icstja; bat l. ' -l-2il
to th-i di;cr,f . ' 1 ' i
ufuUeoI ia paper.
. FtrsonaUtles must be avoWeil ;
; Aud tt la eapeclauy ana particularly ttf e
tood that the EcJ doe. -not lwrei!dci
ta view of eorrcepoxoeau wt c SU;
tn the editorial calnama. ' -
Stores lor Rent.
UTAREROUSE AND 'OFFICES -
Both fin X'nr-TW Ufa. J " 4-
and Chestnut. Apflf to -
ag 13 gMr copy 3t rKEOSSITI &. CO.
Another Large Invoice
QF Z&Min;S AND ALL THK VARIOUS
Wools In U40 ALL. CO!Xl. '
ttlllrcn. Mioses ancj JLa-fca Jerseys.
GtoTCjand Hanakrrcliief. I , A;
Fancy Ilalrplos, Hit Omimerts", Ac-
illlHnery-FnU stock, JUatt, Eonaet. Vl.
eta. Feathers, 1 iid., J5o,
c 9 m
Stairjlng done In ltct des'Bgi
Felt-All colors, KMcr Do arr, Pijh&c
, MISS iKARRER.
- '" : -.-
novl, Excnacjw Corner.
A GOOD COOK STOVE. A OOOD 17 EAT
ids etovc, a evert Lamp, a pood Kcroseni
Prns to fay tiiafs eo, and add a
PARK Kit & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL
Come to the New Store;
No. 113 South Front St.,
yilERr: THERE HAs'jDST BEEN RE-
cci cdaCliotoo Flour, Fresh Virginia Meat,
Xew Tcarl Ilcmlny, FrceliEackwkeat, togtth-
er with Teas, Coflfeos. Fiigars, &c.
3- our brag Whlsklea aro as good as erei.
Brunswick Private fetock can't bo beat Tnc
Old Lgr Cabin la a very pleaeant Rye Whla
key. We also keep Corn Whiskies, Wines,
GiuBand Brandies. Ontlgnmenu of Produce
solicited. Lot and Stall accommodaUons free
for country frienda.
. . CRAIG & THOMAS.
rrodncororatnicsion Merchants nd Dealer
in Groceries, J iquors, Ac., No. 113 fceuth
Front St , almoBt cppoBito the Market.
no - - ,
P. I1EINSBERQER, .
Book-Seller arid Stationer,
PIANOS AND , ORGANS, FANCY. GOODS,
WEDDING FBESKNT3. . ' :
GUITARS, VIOLINS. ACCORD EONS, BAN
JOS, STRING 3. 4cl
Norfolk Oysters !
HAN !?OJ7 BEFOl .VD
At the GLI BE
No. 20 Forth r.tit St,et,
" . vvlL WihT.
The Election is Over I
pHE COUNTRY IS 8AVFD. OUR UE-
ciHce aro Urjre. Ourrxp.nies small and we
: ru Oct rmoivd to scJl Gt ocorie ciiep to suit
-httc hard : times, t-ave money by bttTlue
from , . K.i.nii'
2fo. 19 Nortbecond tot.
To-Rrld r row
HDMPIIRKV A JENKlXb will ,
reccire Forty Gallons fine Sew
Uiierystera. Also, Salt 31u U .
uytters Bent C . u. ai a..,.i.
Pt ?c!'uNonnera" Cabbag. Onion;. SwVit
and lrieh Pouues. wMca we wlU sell low lor
ca?h - ! - f jov 15
Carolina Yacht ClubJgars,
JJEST 5 CKNltJ CIGAR ON TH r MARKET,
wood V bSskey. Eetr, Oysters, is,"1 ' " . ' ;
OLD OHXn STATE AT)OV' ?
1:1 .6 South 1-rant Htn.t
Oysters. Oys ters -
A T NO. 1M MARKET ftf..,-Vi
uciween rront and Secoa.L You
CA ,scte,T Hircr Fter fresh cveiv rCr
AUo. the best of lorM ir, ' -. '
T ?J ahlpped to any pari o t the Sut'e.
novl.iwk . it. 1 JilXSON.
If Your Feet Hurt ;77,
R TOU HAVE PET- COBJiS,
so to FREXCII A SONS andboy apalr of ihclr
Easy Fitting Shoes, v
an-i you wiu be happy. Tfcey fit re caatlraad
neatly, wear well, and are so reasonable in
price. Cow e try a pair. . - 71
Geo. JR. French & Sons,
103 NORTH FRONT STREET
nor 17 . - , .
The Grand Jirtlleo I
rjUIOSE ON LIKE OF MAKOU . SHOULD
V'. "V.1 "oor M&1 il fooa Toilet tfet. a
g:oo4 Lay Uoanl, a prHl Cake Box. agocd
wyina supply of Chtnoe Lanterns, risgst
Ac Voa ran ztt thfrn at r ATE6 HOOK
STORK. 1 ' - n . '
ViJt9rs totie cliy ae reapcctfulfy n'u
tor&jlaodKamiooxnrtask of ltoatt. Jsta-lioQc-xy.raDcr
Goods, Pirtares, Frr.u-a aj.
bums.lild Petrf, 3iurl.4l lcttumntff.'a3'l'
icuibcujiad other artlsues that I car Dot cm
merat. , .--
PIANOS AND ORGANS by bes rrakrB
fiutoclll1 l.to!T rate Don't
" :i- 'JAIB' BOOS STORI", ,
norl4 li? iiaxktt tt., wurrjtca s(q