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Twenty two editions of the May
number of the North American Re
view have been issued. It was Mr.
i i lactone's article on Col. Inger
,Kirs itleas that caused this unpre
Of th fV reserved canes called by
Justice Traux iu the New York
Superior Court, special term, dur
iug last week, several had been on
the raWndar over twenty-five yearn.
Almut cases were disposed of.
The prevailing colors of dresses
womnt the yueenR recent drawing
nmii w ere yellow and iIflk in a vft-nVh-
of shades, but curiously enough
itiu-fof the American ladies present
anj reented wore" soberer colors.
chieflv white or black.
WILMINGTON, N. C., WEDNESDAY MAY 16, 1888.
. PLEASE NOTICE
We will te glad to recciro a-:--,--;
from our trieada on any tza all zz
general interest, tut
The name of the writer must aJ7. : ; 3 i
nlshed to the Editor.
- Communications must he Trrittca c
one side of the paper. :
Personalities must he avoided.
- And it is especially and particularly v
stood that the Editor does not alaj-s c :
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117 1 1116 Tlew3J0f wntispondents nlc
I In the editorial cninmw
used In connection with 'the Edison j We are requested by one of the ; . " Audit and Finance. '
w ..t.iiiiiwui.e nie paiace pnysicians who was present ai me The Bord met yesterday after-
Kruuiius. a tip vninese uo not take Medical Convention in Fayette ville, noon. : n v- -
II Old Ol thP 1 1 1 1 tl rnvpinp ri f n c ramii H'W. .... il. i : ? n ..l.n mn. ! mi . . .
oy umb me jjuysiciauB vnv wic : xne vnainiian stated mat ne naa
in attendance were there for the r called the Board together for the
purpose of discussing medicine and purpose of considering the agree
hold of the improvement as readily
as the jAps, but are beginning to see
its advantages. ; -The Oorvans are
ready to adopt all modern ideas. par
ticularly if they come from the Cni
ted States. The palace of the King
of Corea has a plant of -three hun
dred lights, and was first illuminated
on the birthday of the King's mother-in-law
on. the 20th of February
with great ceremony.
The prisoner's friend in New York
is Mrs. Ernestine ShafTer, a woman
of means, who goes everyday to the
401UDS, converses witti prisoners
and learns their histories. If she
concludes that a prisoner 'is inno
cent she furnishes bail, secures a
lawyer, and has never yet failed to
win on the merits of the case. She
attends every trial, sits through all
the taking of testimony, the ha
rangues and the quibbles, and with
a sort of second sight predicts ac
quittal when the law-befogged
minds of judges and barristers can
foresee nothing but speedy convic
tion. She is daunted by no hard.
ship, deterred by uo fear of loss, nor
prompted by any hope of gain. Dur
ing the three years that she has pur
sued this course her assistance has
never once been misplaced.
ment between the city and the Wil
mington, Onslow & jEast Carolina
Railroad Cjorapany, and such other
matters as imight be brought before
them. - i:" s- f" ' j
The agreement is the same as ap
proved by the Board i of Aldermen,
with modifications suggested by the
s. nnnnies. mves. nn'rworms
tetter, and all other manifestation.
of impure bipod are cured by Hood's
INDXZ TO NEW A D V KKTIS K M RNT3.
F C Millzr -Diamond Dyes
M M Katz Special Bargain
Loris II Mbabes- Flannel Shirts
ilBissBSROKR -liase Ball Supplies
Taylor's Bazaar Talk of the Town
Mrs E B Wiggins Closing Out at Cost
Steamship Equator arrived here
this forenoon from New York
The steamer Iowa, at Boston, on
her lat transatlantic trip, was sur
rounded by a school of whales,
which indulged in all sorts of capers,
until finally one of the bolder of the
monsters unwisely attempted to
cross the vessel's bow.
pletely cut in two.
School Books and School Station
ery you can buy cheapest at Heins
Wire Cloth for your windows and
and doors can be had at Jacobi's
Udw. Depot. t
Tliey are layiinr rails now on
South Front street, and wonderfu
progress is being made.
lich refers to
1. lti.; - At a. 5
uui pontics nnu mat any staiciucut
to the effect that they had expressed
any political bias must be received
cum grano salis.
Mr. L. Voile rs, of Point Caswell,
was in the city to-day on a visit to
his son, Mr. O. O. Vollers.
Mr. J. J. E. Lucap, of Bladen coun
ty, is here on a brief visit to his
brother, Mr. A. F. Lucas. -
Mr. J. H. Sharp, Secretary and
Treasurer of the C. C. R. R., has re
turned to the city from New York,
where he went last week to attend
the annual meeting of the stock
I. Shrier, at No. 16 N. Front street surrendered to the city, and proper
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guarantees, if any purchasers of credits of the interest accrued on
Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods Uuch bonds from the time of such
are not perfectly satisfied, he will delivery to; the maturity of such
refund the money. He also guaran- coupons shall be allowed and paid
tees to save you from 15 to 25 per to the railroad company by the city
cent, on the identical goods wou in cash.
may purcnase eisewnere. it wiii oe i xne lioara approvea tne agree-
of no expense to you to convince ment and the Chairmaji was instruc
yourself of the fact and you will be ted to sign the same in triplicate,
Board of Audit and
most important of w
coupons that may be Overdue at the
time of deli very of anr bonds to the
railroad company; ahd providing
that not only shall coupons be cut
off before delivery, bujt, so likewise
at the same time shall j the coupons
which shall next mature after such
delivery beicut off andicancelled and
money ahead by calling at
The Old Reliable Clothier,
No. 16 and 20 N. Front St.
Sign of Golden Arm. - tf
First Baptist Church.
At the regular annual business
meeting of the congregation of the
First Baptist Church the following
officers were elected to serve for the
Clerk James W. Collins.
Treasurer James H. Taylor.
Finance Committee D. L. Gore,
J. S. Allen, O. Fennell.
Standing Committee J. D.
Woody, Geo. Sloan, H. C Fvans, J.
C. Stevenson, J. M. Chasten, W. 1.
Gore, J. II. Freeman,
Ushers W. C. Craft, J. 8. Hooper
C. J. Terrell, W. F. Penny, F. H
and also sign the bonds to be issued
by the city jas a subscription to the
capital stock of the railroad com"
pany. j; i
A communication Was received
from the Board of Aldermen embra
cing actionl taken by jthat board at
the meeting May 7th, viz.:
1st. That iSOOcopies qfthe Mayors
annual report be printed for circu
lation. Concurred in,
2d. Contract for listing taxes
awarded to Col. J. G. Burrat his bid
of $500, he being
3d. New gas lamps, corner of Fourth
and Swann, Seventh
and Eighth and Bladen streets,
4th. Allowing the Assistant Chief
of the Fire Department, Mr. New
Muse, Chas. H. White, John A. Mar- mann, $75 for expenses incurred by
of New York
Our street railway proiuises to be
the best laid street railway in the
It was.com- South. The rails do not rest on the
collars. Largest and fines
The s-lauirhter of the birds to deck
wouieus headgear may be judged assortment ever before brought to
when one London dealer says that tn's c,l to 0e PttU at Jacob! s Htlw
last year he sold 2,000,000 small birds 1'epot.
poMble kind and color.
from the soft gray of the wood pi
geon tothe Kent-like splendor of the
Fishing Tackle. A full assortmcn
of all kinds for both salt and fresl
water fishing at Jacobi's Hdw. De
A new glass front is being put in
Capt. II. VonGlahn's shoe store, on
Col. Wiu. R. Aylett, of Virginia,
nas written a kiudly letter of ac
tnowletl-ement to the Philadelphia Market street, next door to Heins
Bricade Avsociation for the f rater
uai reception accorded him on his
Tiit to that city on May 2, when lie
'-v'iurne! for the brigade, and for
"fences of friendship towards
ihejroldfoesof Pickett's division.
ll will be a big improve-
Those parts of the turnpike which
are shaded by trees along the bor
der are 'just lovely.' In two or
three years more it will be a well-
monument, scheme I shaded drive, thanks largely to the
individual labors of the worthy su
Home again. You will find
emes juto notJce again hy the au
-"uucement of a fair at the Metro
politan Opera House hi New York
CitJ June 4. 5. and a- tr. tka fi,i
w aaw a u s v
J-oL Fred Grant has taken. hold of
tbematterand will offer mementoes
other's foreign visit for sale.
ne momentary boom has ' resulted
10 'Mng l,720 from business men.
iuuen i expected from the fair.
buu, lIoor ls a restaurant: on an
jner a barber shop. A public tele
f'none and a telegraph office are in
le basement m.tAi t
nis Clothes at r, -. i
back in our old Quarters.
Market street, from where we had
to move on account of the late fire
We are now prepared to furnish alj
our customers with the best of Shirts,
Gent's Drawers and Furnishing
Good si Trv us. Wdininirton Shirt
"Kin-story blocks of Chicago Factory, J. Elsbach, Prop. t
Rfl VAntnro II rt tln I
Advice to old and young: In se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
vowcr than has been lost to the eye
umur piiuii, nave . . , ,
boot blacked, have his picture as In the same proportion that you
Plnteil and be nhntrfMri,o i pass that point of increase, will cause
fas-ven select or,Vini i.ci ' D you further injury tothe eye. Using
5n, without leaving wf ii- glasses of stronger power than isne-
fcj, .. . - n vn'i. t. wp
in luxurv n ltf.f ko cessary is me daily cause or prema-
t. Win. . " f, 'T r:r n Z W.? McWL . You can get
o - uum me iour me Dest at xieinsnergers.
At a meeting of the citizens of th
ton of Mt. Airy the 20th of June
was finally appointed as the day to
uminated in the same celebrate the completion of the
Yadkin Valley Rail-
All the citizen
i., "ol i ue principal cit-
onr, W MxhtHl by electricity, as
hnn ar' And most o( the finest
eenVlvi Euison Plant has re- Cape Fear & Yadkl
th.r , I,lacel ! the palace of road to that point.
Mcorri. . curnuors
atrican ;eral acres. A small I that night. Music by the Kessnlch
him. Concurred in.
Bill of Tovver & Lyon
! city, for $84.90, for police) equipments,
Selling Off at Co
FOR GASH 1
Will close-out at; Cost
Elegant arid Complete St
Delegates to County Convention.
The official report of the result of
the Republican primaries, held yes
terday and last night, is as follows:
First DivisionFirst Ward E.
Nichols, A. J. Walker, Ellis Patrick.
Third Division, First Ward Ed
ward Hill, Samuel Reese, James H.
Howe.- - ' : - jll-.; '1,
Second Ward E. XlPennypacker,
Nash McNeaV S. VahAmringe.
Third Ward-Daniel Howard, Da- Qf Dress Trimmings; B tl tic
":, Pnnrth' wfti-ri RniiviiJ fn97l Vood.s, Laces, Fan
liaui Johnson, H. B. Walker. "
First Division Fifth Ward CP.
Lockey,T. C. Miller, Godfrey Willis,
Jr. - ; . I .- ! : -
Masonboro Township E. Hew
lett, Wm. McLaurin, Halifax Leon
ard. . -
Harnett To wnship JordanNixon,
J. W. Lowery, Edward McCabe.
The County Convention meets at
the Court House on Friday.
Work Materials, . Tea Tra-
Tidies,ChinarSilks, Fancy B;
kets, etc., to make more roc
for ; Millinery, Departm c i
which large Increase ofTrac;
demands. . -
There is more or less talk as! to the
condition of the turnpike. I Shells
are badly needed in yarious places,
especially -between the first and
second toll-houses. But little seems
to be done in the way of repairs.
There is a hole in one of the culvert
bridges bigenough for a' horse to
put his foot in. In the
the tolls are collected with
and scrupulous exactness.
of al I descriptions.
INFANTS' HOSIERY I
tin, Chas. E. Gordon.
Collectors S. G. Hall, Joa Mer
ritt, D. McEachern, R. P. McDou
gall. A. J. Marshall, F. L. Huggins.
Supervisor of Sexton B. F. Mitch
Superintendent of Sunday School
Jos. S. Mitchell: assistant, W. F.
Secretary and Treasurer C. C.
Brown; assistant, H. K. Holden.
. w t ,r elected President. Mr. R. C. Hoff-
ant, ir. Li. nuggins. ,. . . ' r T
Superintendent of Chapel Sunday fn Ve PTlden ' "
School Wm. A. French; assistant-,
Carolina Central Stockholders Meeting,
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Carolina ;Central Rail
road was held in New York, at the
Old Dominion Steamship Co.'s of
fice,, on Thursday last, the 10th inst-
Col. John; M. Robin&on was re"
Secretary and Treasurer James
The receipts of the church from
May 1st, 1887, to May 1st, , 1888,
amount to $5,431,65.
On to Atlanta.
The Georgia, Carolina & Northern
R. R. is fast becoming a stern real
ity. It is to 'run, as perhaps some of
our readers may not know, from
Monroe to Atlanta. Already 25 miles,
from Monroe to the Catawba river,
Sharp Secretary and Treasurer.
Messrs. D. W. Oates, of Charlotte,
Isaac Bates, pf Wilmington, R. S.
Tucker and J. C. Winder of Raleigh,
John M. Robinson, R. 0. Hoffman.
J. S. Whedbee and J. L. Minis, of
Baltimore, W. W. Chamberlain, of
--r r u - i in T T r ,1
IMOriuiiv, uuu il. xi. ivuuci la auu vy
Goddard. of New YTork, were chosen
as a board of directors for the en
suing year. ! .
iTbe plan of settlement of accounts,
as required ly the Inteij-State Com
merce bill, was adopted4nd the fiscal
year was changed so as to make it
are completed and the construction! on the 30th of Jane Jfeach.year,
iruiu la 10 ruu iiiab iar tu-uay, xiir
iron for the bridge is ready and it
will be completed in about six weeks.
The track between the river and
Chester, about 25 miles, is all graded
and ready for the cross-ties and iron
and orders have been given to rush
the iron forward lust as fast as it
: 4. XL! L A nrill
arrives aw una puru xue iva." rp1 rail- 7fl7 fW- fiWl r.har.
be completed to Chester by the first Lj, net revenue, $5,906:71; in
instead of on the 31st of; March, as
heretofore. The annual meetings
are to be held hereafter jin October,
the next meeting to be p October,
1889. The Treasurer's report shows
that the earnings of the oad dilring
the year have been $527,199.33; ex
penses and betterments, including
creased gross earnings, $26,933.61.
Fire Near the City.
of August. The road is being built
very carefully and will be first class
id every respect. The rails are 60
nound steol raila. I . A disastrous nre occprrea eariy
This road will be pushed forward this morning at the bnpKyard and
as rapidly as possible to Atlanta, farm of Col. Roger Moore, about five
The meansare at hand and they will I miles East of the city. Tnere are
not be spared. Col. Robinson will very , few particulars, Other than
be undeterred by any threats of that the entire brickmaKing plant
a parallel road. He has deliberately was involved in me loss,
determined unon the construction several of the .buildings
of this road and it is being built as as gone there to-day and is not ex
rnniaiv n it can h annmnlished. pected back until late
v - r .-iT7;i..iinc-inoon. Tne nronertv was msurcu
nun ja iuc tiiuD lur vjui w - t-i i - - i -
1 ... ... - A -W- J -A 1 A. T
tnri merchanta to strike for this new witu Messrs. Smitn.a: r3oaiwrigiii,iu
the HauiburBreiuea Fire Insur-
of those Interested that this road ance Company, for f 1,500, but this.
will do more for our city, if the it is thought now, win nardiy coter
. City Court.
There was only a slight docket,
and a trival one, for the Mayor's
consideration this morning.
John Hawkins, charged with dis
orderly conduct, was ordered dis
Cass Howard, for keeping an un
licensed dog, was fined $10 or 20 days.
The Seacoast ; Railway is at no
point more than half a mile distant
frm the turnpike,' The farthest
distance is near the two-mile! post.
At the Mineral Spring it runs within
about 50 yards of the pike. j
The steamer Louise, after a com
plete overhauling and repainting
resumed her regular trips to2South
port to-day. She looks as neat and
clean as a pin and as proud
clam at high water.;
New Goods, in latest styles, arriving dally,
full Stock ot Millinery Goods always
on Hand, at lowest in tne city,
special Sale tnla week of
CHILDREN'S SAILOR HA H
Hats in Latest .Styles,
From 25 cents upwartL
Flowers, vFeatliera r.::
at less than cost tils weeh';, r
New Hanover is -ahead. on
Mr. John F. Garrell had on his
to-day the fottr quarter of a ;
raised and fattened in New Hanover
county, that is ahead of
tw Please call earlr and iflavn'xHninorw
ders for Sunday, so as to avoid tne rusn t'
latter part of tne week. -.
as a I
"WE LEAD, BUT NEVER FOLLOW."
beef MRS.E.B. WIGGING .
stalls y 15
vf hav-A KPPn vt, frnm Rflmnshn or I .
: ' 1 T I UOnSQUe TllJS DAILY KEVIKW nnrl Tonllr'-
ritti f ocr roT. ! rn rno sii-rtrf -
was nearly two jnclies thick.
ninS I HyTK-w- A. mcgowan wiu collect Butscri r
I new subscrlloers.
Heartily Approved and Endorsod.
Nat Moore, N.C.,May 14, P88.
Editor Review: I regret! the
necessity of asking you to correct
the report of the secretary (Durant)
of the meeting-Of Cknetuck Djemo
crats, held April 21st., but justice to
those present at the' meeting forces
me to see that a correct report of
the proceedings - be j sent tip. Mr.
Durant,. tne secretary, promised me
to attend to it, and I can't under
stand his motive. There is cdasid-
JOHN WERNER, THE BARBER, ILV
i opened a Barber Shop on tne East Eld j r
Second street, next to the Grocery store cf A
II. Holmes, at which place patrons and v
public generally are Invited to call and r
strictly first-class work. Shave 10c, Hair t :
30c, Shampoo 20c . my litr
erable feeling in the township about I until further notice. Leaves
it, which cannot do the party
Tlie resolution oliered by Mr. G.
W. Corbett and seconded by Mr.
Marshall, runs thus: I
"That we heartily approve and en
dorse Mai. McClammy's course in
Congress and recommend his renom
ination, and that we approve bf a
majority vote in conventions." Car-
S I 1 -KT - A. .11 2.!
neu uuauuiiuusiy. iuia uisseuuiig
voice. - : r -'. - -
Of course the same resolution em
braced Maj. Stedman's candidacy.
but he sent that up all right. I -
. D. J. CORBETT,
Co. Ex. Committeeman,
and Chairman of Meeting."
any I 30 A.M. and 3P.M. Tram retunu' kav
Beach at l p. m. and 6 P. M.
J a . ; J. W. HARPER, ,
mystf . General Manager.
A New Pattern Oil Stovo,
SAID TO BE THE BEST YET INVENTEI).
Refrigerators, coolers, Ice Cream Freczf r .
&e. Improved Pattern Door and Wintiov
Screens and Frames.-. r
' For sale by " ' :
ALDERMAN, FLANNER & CO.,
! Dealers In Hardware. Tin wn n x c
my 7 Otw : . wilalagtca. i(. C
O. 0. VOLLEHS,
JTJAVING CLOSED OUT MT EIQUOIi LU . -
lness. I will enlarge my store so as to In era
my Commission and Grocery Business U-
u;jui oi uquors i win put in a cotar: '
wxxis, isouons, sc. con.
stock or Dry
! mentS SOHCltft. HlrhPSfTrtvi nitl t,T
U I A lIlJli,I WI-I I ll i"111"" wu.iry produce. All orders prom
1? la A. ilil JCd Li O 11 JX ID 1 1 17 attended to. Advances made on all com:,
ments. - , - o. O. VOLLEU3.
ai i y .
Na 8 North Vatcr iX.
LOUIS H. ME ARES',
- - - i - """"
Gentlemen's Furnisher and Hatter
my 16 , " 12 Na Front
CCIDENT, FIKE, LIFE, MARINE, RL:,
AN D TORNA DO INS DRANCE.
HOWELL & OTJMMING.I
- OPPOSITE CITY nAL.L ; !
and all kinds of
Na 124 N. Water i r r
- - Telephone :,o.7
MATTRESSES . -
gARDEN HOSE, DOG COLLARS, LA ,,
Mowers, Pishing: Tactle. Come In aj 1
at them. We have the goods an j can r
the prices tofsult.
w. E. spkingj::i & c..
my 14 tr 14 Front jc, wimnj. ton, c.
proper efforts are made to secure the
business, than aqy other place wtn
which It uiav communicate.
Ger brig A. M. Lottinga, Wilkips,
the loss, - . K -
There Is as pretty a little bit of
rustic water scenery at jthe - bridge .
crossing of Mr. McIlheiinyV mill-
cleared to-day for Antwerp with 500 dam, just below the city, as can be
i o-n iw.ia mtl n. I found l in ; North Carolina. LiOOK
.tnA in tiifnnpH iv Messrs I South ' just before .'.crossing. me
FOR SALE. ALSO -
PINE FinKK PII.T.OWS, HOLSTER I
. . - ' CUSHIONS. - .
r t3f MATTRESSES RENOVATED.
- my-33 tf - -,-'-- '-, - "-1
The cheapest ilace to bny your
schoo - books and school stationery
Field Ore ci:
ITIHE BEST-LINE OF CROqCET I.OI; ::'., I ,
lty and Price ever oSTereX Goo J cl
Durable. ALso Lawn Tcs-ci ut
w Piant is also03andof Richmoad, Va.
Paterson, Downing & Co.
' . is at IIeinberer's.