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few practical remarks, and as an ;
old Kurveyor, his speech was Inter
esting. ' ,
Mr Rrnce Williams, onerea inn
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
following resolution, which was car- On accoahtoftheinclemenweather
u; weanesaay, Anursaay ana
- V Saturday, of this week.
'. of. ::.v '
. at v '
THE .LADIES' EMPORIUM.
That it Is the sense of
this meeting, obtained by an ex
tended inquiry, that the citizens of
the rountv welcome the approach
of the C. P. & Y. V. R. R. and will
freely grant the right of. way wher
ever'it may run. '
Messrs. S. 8. Satchvell,Bruce Wil
liams and J. II. Murphy were ap
pointed a committee to convene the
meeting when the engineers have
completed their survey, and when
the president of the road could oe
fin motinn it wils ordered that
the proceedings of the meeting bejWe will Display on those" days New
sent to the Daily kkvikw, equesi-
ingthat it miblih them, and mat;
the Star and FayettevUle Observer ;
GRAND OPENING 1
WILL TAKE PLACE AT
Safe, Bii b!V Sure,
A LL THE
JUST EECEITEB Br GEtd 1C.
LOTTE & ANNA iEi
stock Of ENGLISH CRrwa
Wednesday March 28, Th stay, laich 29,
With an Immense Stock of
Jas. N. Uknry,
Thta powder never varies. A marvel of pu
riir Kfrvntnh&nd wholeocnenes. More econ
omical man the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
Mid in com pot n on with the multitude of low
test, anon weight aium or pnaDnai?- pu m-r.
SAlw imtM. KOYAL BAKLNU IVWDEU
COL. 106 Wall U. N. Y.
Oct 28 diwly tenrm 4 1 hod 3nlpw
SATURDAY. MAKCH 31. 1SS.
Railroad Mwtlnjc In Iolnt CucelL
Pt. Caswell J. 0. Nov. 23, 88.
There was a larre and !ntereted
crowd at the mass meeting ofthe
citizens of Pender county here to
d&v to consider the location of the
route ofthe Cape Fear & Yadkin
Vallev Railroad through the coun-
Mr. J. H. Currie, of Wilmington,
was present bv invitation and en
tcrtalned the meeting at length as
to the incalculable advantage this
mnrl wronld be to Wilmington and
the surrounding counties. Mr.
Carrie is a practicable and forcible
rwvker Ills visit auionir us was
appreciated and the meeting thank
ed him heartily for his instructive
Dr. Satchwell was the next speak
er. From the Doctor's unselfish
sacrifice and devotion to his county
which he manly aided to establish
and from his kuon public spirit
and deep interest in all internal im--provement
schemes, he was a wel
come speaker, and one which we are
al ways -eager to hear. He detailed
the early history of internal im
provement in the State, and how
a leaJing citizen of this and the
old county, and now deceaed who
fathered aud originated the many
internal improvements now bene
fiting the State, had been ostracize!
for advocating railroads and other
Improvements. His deceased friend
and others have at last been vindi
cated, as ignorance decreased and as
old fogy ism and selfishness died
Dr. Satchwell is a live, bold aud
aggressive speaker ami writer
fully abreast of the times, and his
county is proud of him. He sub
mitted the following resolutions,
which were unaniiuonsly adopted:
i:colvca That IVnder county
yields to no county in the. State in
her devotion to the great cause of
internal improvement, as means of
material advancement, in agricul
ture, commerce, and manufacture,
and this whether such improvement
consists in railroad transportation
or in water navigation, lhat this
Soung county is very fortunate in
elng blessed by nature with a fer
tile and productive soil, great re
sources of timber and of marl beds
and phosphatic deposits, wealth
. and geniality of climate, every
means of good drinking water, ami
navigable stream! intersecting al
most everv section of the county.
That in addition to the advantages
of that great through route the
Wilmington & Weldon railroad.
running through the middle of the :
county, the hearts of our people are
warmed aud gratified, aud their en-1
ergies Increased, by the prospect,
bright and cheering, of having two
or more railroads running through
the county at no distant day, viz
tho Wilmingtou Onslow & Kast Car
olina Railroad, and the Cape Fear
& Yadkin Valley Railroad.
JRcsolvcd That while, as North
Carolinians, our hearts are big!
Church Service To-Morrow.
Wrst Pnsbvterlan Church, corner of Third
and tiian?j streets, Kev. Peyton 11. now, ras-.
tor. sund j services at 11 a. m. isiiors s
cordially welcome always. Sunday fcnooi ,
ai p. m., mm in me .Mission ck.jiwi uuu u
the IH ture Koom of he Church.
titi Paul s Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
Sixth and Market streets. Kev. r. w. E. i es-
chau. Pastor. English cum muni on services at
11 o'clock a. m. cierman senices ai s p. m.
sondav School at 3 p. m. W. II. Strauss, supt.
Visitors cordially welcome.
Grace Methodist E. Church. South, corner of
Fourth and Mulberry streets. Kev. Walters.
c.Tpasr. Pastor, services to-morrow at n a.
m. at the new lecture room on Mulberry street.
New members will be received and the sacra
ment of t he Lord s Simner administered. Sab-
li.it h School at :i n n. m.
second Presbyterian cnurcn,corner oi r ouna
ami timnbell streets. i:ev. J. w. rnmru.
Pastor, sundav services at 11 a. m. sab
bath School at 3 n. m. The public cordially
Invited. Seats fn-c.
First Bant 1st Church, corner of Market and
Fifth streets. Kev. T. II. Prttchard, D. D.,
Pastor. Senices at 11 a. m. and 8 P. m. &un
day School at 3 30 p. m. ITayer and Praise
meetlmj Thursday' night at 8 o clocK.
Bladen Street M. E. Church, corner Fifth
and Bladen streets.. Kev. T. Pace Klcaud, Pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. class meeting at 3
Brooklyn Baptist Church, Kev. G.M. Tolson,
Pastor. Senices at 11 a. m. and 7 30 p. m.
Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting
Friday night at 8 p. m.
Kehglous senices In Tlleston Upper Koom
every Sunday at 3 P. M. Public cordially lnvl-
Fifth Street M. E. Church, between Nun and
Church streets. Kev. I. II. Tuttle Pastor.
Sen ices at 11 a. m. and TlJJp.m.
St. Thomas' Pro-Cathedral. First Mass at 7
a. m. second Mass at 10 a. in. espersand
Benediction at. roclock, p. m. Daily Mass at
Second Baptist Church, on Sixth, between
Church and Castle streets, Kev. J. P. King,
pastor. Senices at 11 a. in. and 7 30 p. in.
Sunday School at 9 a. in. Prayer meeting every
First Baptist Church (coL) corner of Fifth
and Campbell streets, Kev. A. M. Conway,
pastor. Preaching at If a. m., at 3 p. m. and
at a p. m. Sunday School at 1 p. m. Seats free.
St. Mark's Church, corner Sixth and -Mulber
ry streets. Kectory opjxjsite to the Churcn.
.Morning iTayer and snnon at n o'ciock.
Sunday School at 4 p. m. Evening Prayer and
sermon at 7-70 o'clock. Holy communion cele
brated on the first Sunday in every month, and
on all Holy and Saint's Days.
shlloh Baptist Church, corner of Eighth and
Walnut streets. Preaching at 11 o'clock, a. m.
sabbath School at 1 o'clock, p. tn. Preaching
at 3 o'clock, n. m. Bible reading at ti o'clock,
p. in. Preaching at 8 15 o'clock, p. in. Seats
iree. tiaer .m. v. iMorns, pasior.
Spring Goods inL.atest Styles in
March 20.-2:30 V. M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE Firm
at 3G? cents. No sales reported.
KOSIN Steady at 82i cents for
strained and 871 cents for cood
TAR Finn at 1.V.
CRUDE TURPENTINE Firm
at $1.00 for hard, $2.00 for yellow dip
and -vi rem.
COTTON Steady. The following
are the official ouotations: Ordinary,
CI; good ordiharv. 7 15-1 G; low mid
dlinir, 8 ia-lC;niicKliine !; good mid
ReeeiiJts to-dav: Spirits, 80; rosin
tar, :7; crude, 2o; cotton, 34.
All Ladles mi Child ca's hrM dV Cods,
rull Line of Easter Novelties
Our Pattern Hats and Bon
nets are of the Latest
Beintf tiie work of a Frencli Artist,
ami Parties having their orders
filled at our Establishment
may rely on having the
LATEST STYLES !
Il S l,OUIl: GOODWIN
SI A IC INK NEWS.
Steamer D. Mtirchion, Smith, Fay
policy broad enough, to embrace, in
oar devotion and affections, the en
tire State we canuot withhold the
expression of onr high gratification
that this Southeastern iortion of
North Carolina is so greatly to be
improved, w signally to be "benefit-'.
ed in all respects, by the early en-'
trance and eastern terminus, into
the noble aud rising city of WilmingJ,
ton, of North Carolina's greatest en-,
terprise. the Uape tear & la.lkin
JUsolrtct, That while we hail with
delight, and wish God-speed to. this
bright harbinger of better!
days to our people and of;
renewed improvement and greater
prosperity to Wilmington and all j
the surrounding and contingent;
counties, we inevt to-uay more es-;
, pecialiy to consult as to the best ;
steps to Do taKen to induce the
proper authorities of said road to
locate its route, as it runs from Fay
ettevUle to Wilmington, on the East
tide of Black river, "near the old '
stare route, assured as we are that
ettwville, Williams & Murchison.
Steam yacht Louise, Galloway,
son tn port. Master.
Ger barque Bellona, Lena, St Vin
cent, C V, E Peschau & Wester-
Ger barque Bargermeister Kers
tern, Lhrennch, Buenos Ayres, E
Peschau & Westermann.
Steamer D Murchison, Smith, Fay
ettejv ille. Williams & Murcliison.
Steam yacht Louise. Gallowav.
public ; oouinport. Piaster
N (JKE.VT VARIETY, COO KR AND HEAT
crs. Can give you any tiling you are likely to
want. We dent male them, but we have to
cesa to the best sources ot supply.
Call and see us.
ALDERMAN, PLANNER & CO.,
Dealers la Hardware. Tinware. Ac.
men 12dw WUBtfnston. N. C
TN ALL COLORS, A FULL AND COMPLETE
stock caa be found at
F. C. MILLERS,
CJennan Drug More.
Corner 8. Fourtli and Nun sts..
i-. t-recnpuons nued at all rimes, day
um lum. men 'Mil
Mrs. 8 T. Brice,
T HAVE MOVED MY DRESS MAKING
1 Rooms to my residence. No. ll Mnihprrv
.v . a :it t cu, wriwiTB r rum ana pecona rrpr
wua proposeu rouic win ue otsi ior . wm happy to have tie ladles of Wllmlne
Pender county. . 1 ton to call and leave their orders with me.
IZctolvtd That in view or ' the :
splendid resources and great ail van j
taes of Pender In the rich endow-,
znents and beautiful gifts of nature,
and the benefits accruing from act
ual and prospective schemes of in
ternal improvement within her bor
ddrs, including easy access to the
best markets In the country, there
omy, and the habitual practice of
the best methods In cultivating the
soil and in other pursuits to render
her people among the' most pros-
perous and progressive In the State.
Mr. John II. Murphy submitted a
Iflces for work are as follows:
Ladles' Dresses from ti to f 10.
Misses Dresses from S3 to $d.
Children's Dresses, from 3 to 8 years, fl to 15.
children's. Misses' and Ladles' Wraps at
very reasonable rates.
special rates for Bridal Trosseaox.
snronds. from S3 to $s, and made at the
Country orders solicited.
Ladles having two or more dresses made. will
find a reduction in the price of their work.
men rtaw ltn f m
Ask those who have tried and they
will tell you that the Boy Clipper
Plow is the best made. Sold only at
JacobPs, who is the factory agent, t
Will lill all orders, and satisfaction
guaranteed to nil our customers.
C-iTCall early and leave your orders
for Easter. A Special Invitation is
given to all to-call and look at our
Styles and it will afford ns pleasure
to show our Goods to all who favor
us with a call.
MRS. KB WIGGINS.
N. B. Our Store will be closed on
Good Friday. mch 27
EASTEK FLOWERS, 1
EASTER FEATHERS I
And a New Lot of
EASTER GLOVES !
The Largest Stock to Select
from Ever Brought to
We cordially invite one and
see for themselves at
N. B. Our General Spring. Open
ing takes place later, and we will
notify all through the papers.
mch 26 i
New York Weekly Herald,
Containing an Impartial epitome each week
of the movements of all political parties, will
be mailed to any address In the I nlted states
or Canada, f com junk Gtu until alter the
Presidential Election, ror 40 cents. $
JAMES GORDON BENNETT, .
mch 29 New Yorfc City.
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
116 Market St.
WILMINGTON, N. G.
HON. GEO. D. ELDKIDGE, Sec. & Manager
Cost Guaranteed. I '
(Quarterly and Annual Premiunis.
POLICY-HOLDERS WHO ItE- "mporwT. , . w
a. Importers and Johi SPGFi .
nrti mcll5"'Ilamw,'i: H,f
.ntiv tmt "lfift will do well to call on A-
bkoWN & CO., corner of North Water and
Mulberry streets, and take a policy m the :
Safety runaisysu;m m mc jiiuuiu
Annuity Insurance company. This old, relia
ble company has paid out in Wilmington for
1887 over $35,000 In death losses. ,
Amount of Insurance In force. . . .$57,000,000 r
Death losses paid under Safety
Fund System.... 2.5W,000
Amount of Safety Fund. 1,000,000 v.
feb 3 Messenger copy It
Store for Rent.
IJ1UAT VEKY DESIRABLE STOKE
on North Front Street, opposite First
National Bank and just North of Capt,
Mcjntire's Dry (Joocla store, recently occupied
by me. A lli-sc-elass store, laa-ge, roomj'. cen
trally located and well suited for any Kind of
i. STILL T,tH
lead. ' -The freshest. r 4
CANDIES always on hand,
want to please the chUdre
Postasne statnm in
on hand. Kespectlufiy; quaDtlUej
business. Possession given immediately.
feb 3 tf
1(J North Fi-ont Htreet,
See Here You Man I :
JQUNLAP, KNOX AND MILLER !
All the Popular Shapes just'in by yester
day's freight. Any of the above shapes from
$1.75 to $4.50.
LOUIS' H MEARES,
mch 13 13 NO. FRONT STREE.
FIFTH STREET, BETWTEEN MUL
LIME In exchange r0r vy..
LIME " , ' ...-rJf '
r- t - - n
POMONA HILL m
. v :.. .
... - , i . -
jOheaD. Nursery Stc-
berry and WTalnut, are now fully equipped
Horses and vehicles for hire and norses Doam
ed and tended by the day, week or month.
R. W. BEST,
mhisiy . Proprietor
E HAVE OPENED THIS DAY A nAN 0-
some lot or plaiii ajnu STKifJiJj huass-
NELS, suitable for Children's Cloaks or Ladles
Wrappers. Also, 50 pieces of yard wide sat
eens, elegant styles ana super quality, ax,
cents per yard. A run line, or India Linens,
from 8 cents per yard to the finest quality.- A
few handsome styles of Plaid Batiste and In-
dia Linen, fine fabric and low price.
fob 3 fvJ. HEDRICK.:
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inE SEWING SOCIETY OP IT. i.r
Fansn solicit oraers ror au Ends of m
fancy sewing, crocheting and tmbroku. i
.i Ladles' and Children's aprons jspwajr?. '
Orders left at -the Eector, or an .c
Third street, will meet with pmptmenn.
rt- f '
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MONDAY. MAEOH 26th,
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THOUSAND3 OP ARTICLES
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M. M. Katz,
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Total Paid to Members..... ..S30G,G85.34
Head the following cards. They speak for
Washington, D. C, Feb. 27tli, 1888.
Mr. George D. Eldridge, Sect'y,
National Life and Maturity Association,
Washington, D. C.
Dear Sin In acknowledging receipt of One
Thousand Dollars this day paid me. being full
amount of Policy In your Company on the life
of my late husband, CoL Ellery C. Ford of this
city, allow me to thank you and the Company
for the promptness displayed In the settle
ment. . Col, Ford died on January 31st, 1888,
and proofs of loss were furnished your compa
ny on February Sid. Under date of -February
21th, I received notice that check was awaiting
my order, and I have this day received the
amount, as stated above, being In full, with
out discount-, although the terms of the Policy
gave you ninety days In which to make pay
ment. Such promptness must commend itself
to every one and can but add to the confidence
felt by the public in your institution. .
: JULIA A. FORD.
Washington, D. c, Feb. 2nd, 1888.
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In it. Very truly yours,
W. P. CANADAY,
Versailles. Ky., August; 1887.
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the National Life and Maturity Association of
wasnington, i. c. I am acoualnted with the
airecxory i i uis Association. They are gen
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SARATOGA CHIPS in 1 la and
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COTiKGTOXr Ky., June 30. 1887.
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ery truly yours, .
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MB WHAT 8KXATOK VANCK SAYS:
U. S. SXNATS,
WashingtoxD. C, March 2, 1888.
Dear Sin An Intimate personal nrvmnin-
tance with several members of the Board of
Directors of the National life and Maturity
Association of Washington, D. C. together
with a knowledge by reputation of the hio-h
business standing and character of th i
malnlng members of the Board, enable me to
say that any business enterprise managed by
them will be conducted with Integrity Intel
Ugence and business sagacity. In my opinion
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dence and the patronage of the public than
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- - Very respectfully yours,
raca 6 Ua Z. B. VANCE.
J3 ARTIES IN WANT OF ANY KIND OF-
Vehicle or want any Repairing done to their
uiu vemcies, wm nna it to their Interest to
call on -
C. B. SOUTHERLAND & CO.
Corner Second and Princess Streets."
Send your horses to be shod. We have a
first-class Shoer. . mch 5 tf
PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE prices
In JOHN AVERNER'S Barber Shop :
10 cents a Shave; 30 cents a Hair Cut and 20
cents a Shampoo. His own manufactured Hair
Dye of every shade at 20 cents and upwards, j
V J iaarKec street, between Water and
- ; - sept 21,
BOY CLIPPER PLOWS.
E, .THE UNDERSIGNED KOBT. f--NER
BREWING CO., Of the
ton, N." C, hereby caution tie Vm
al, and Junk dealers to partial
or sell bottles on which the vw c'
the following firms; ILTortner W'
Wm.enaust, J. H.TIenken,Agwit,ir
Haar, Is blown In the "glass, jf SLutV
never sold. If offered for
and we viil prosecute any W n
insame to the highest exMDtwfo.
i iw - Per E. xr
mch 23 lw
JJAMES, TRACE CHAINS, BITS, HORSE
Collars, Curry Combs, Back Bands. Rope and
a complete line of Agricultural Implements at
BOTTOM PRICES. V ;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .
Jacbbi's ndw. Store,
I? South Front Street.
,yyiLL OPEN TO-f Ai -
beautiful assortment, vi ;
Plain, Fringed and very W
Please caU and make you wS?t
Cash orders from the couJinT111'
" y attended to at
,Live Book and M"5;
50 B0SIENRY 001 n i