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WILMINGTON, N. C, WEDNESDAY JUNE 27, 1888.
IXDKX TO 'W ADVKRTL3XMXNTS.
J.ho F Garrelo Good Beef
F C Miixkr Diamond Dyes
N Jacobi DalldlDjf Material
E W Makkino Atlantic View
Taylor's Uaaak Low prices
Loiis !1 M cakes Kljnuel shlrta
UtiVdBKKUKR Hau'w ana Organs
Mm E U Wigoixs Just Kecelved
Dissolution Notice C. S. Love & Co
TheStoslrt IIoisb salt Water Delicacies
I Democratic Club at nursaw- i Congressional Convention.
A Younsr Mens Cle veland and j . The BemocraticConventioa of the
- - i
Fowle Club was orgranized at Bur- Sixth Congrebsional District met in
on Monday night, with the folv this city to-day. In'the' absence ol
Ube chairman Mr J. 1.7 Macks, a
. ijaa xivw, c. . t ths evelljUi: in
tyifflSS llH.t 8 o'clock.
SVulffdlSpffi'SS Prewired by a combination, pro
rirotivnc.-.Tocur portion and process peculiar to it-
SfSoniy without cbAnjlnf M.,f Ht Q r8.S;.miparillaaccotiipli8h-
.rraorjanuins tHoyitcm jurt4j hmitfrto .mkiiovvn.
I Presideut T. Ij. Moore. i member of the Executive, Commit
I Secretary and Treasurer Willie ; tee, called the Convention to order
: Uivenbark. j .- A permanent organization .was
! Corresponding Secretary A. H. J fected with Mr. W. H. Keal,of Rich
P.uldisou. liuondv as chairman, ana requesxiu
The constitution and by-laws re. the members of the press who were
Democratic commended by the State Executive j present to act as secretaries.
the Citv . Committee were adopted, and the H Hon. Alfred Rowland was put in
lection of vice-presidents was post-. nomination by Mr. V. A. tvovington,
The Concert Last Kigbt.
The complimentary concert of
last 'evening; given ;tp'J Miss Annie
DeRosset, proved a success in every
way. The programme swas attrac
tive, and the music of the highest
orden The "concert was opened
with ' an instrumental duet by
Misses French F and DeRosset. In
perfect time and tune they mean
dered through the fiitribacies of the
"Wandering Jew" with the utmost
ease aud grace. Miss Waddell sang
with brilliancy and ease "Schubert's
' oni . a 'splftfttmn from
from our triczidi ca"a2yar.i fi s"iject3 o
gcrK?rai interest, tut " ;
- THe name of the trrlter must alvr r ys 1 3 Tar
ntaied to theEditor. " '
XonunlcaUoiismust,. be vmttea cr!y ca
one side of the paper : , ' -
I"ersonalitles must be avoiaecL . . - ,
, ''And it is especially and particularly under
stood that the Editor does mot always endorse
the views of correspondents" unless bo stated
in the editorial columns - - - -
i ....zi c.a,..,l,.- thuMi nst.. nf . f .Iiinnri . - and was -noiHiuaicu -: -v-. . ... ' 1
puiiiMijiiiin avuMv v'" ' . , - . ' i?FnoTii iHpp v. p( besdes oeius
1awI.i.-l,t.n1theelnbistoJneet to;T,y .CcclaHmtiou, the not-bem ';oSe8e4a-ll
complete the organization and get ; disseuting voice. s - .. Affp, hpl. SHeon(f
hats bmdanas &c Mr. Samuel J. Pemberten.or.Stan- ible as a flute. After her second
mi cri nut Hi w Annntv w nominated Dv ac- "
u la r ' m a m 1 11111 c-a. a. j t m . .
SCHUTTE In this city, this morning:. Mr.
HENRY JULIUS SCIIUTTE a native of Lin
den, near Wolfenbuttle, Drunswick, Germany,
aged 78 years and 11 months.
The funeral services will, take fiee at 10
oxloclv to-morrow moristr : ; re"i t r. . sldence,
corher of Third and AiarkcU su , ct; ; tiience to
St.-Paul's E. hi Church rnd f ncc A Oakdale
Cemeteiy.' , Friends an a aeqxu intai. i are le
spectfully Invited to attcr. .:.- ...
a membership of 25 and will not.be jclamation as Elector for the dis
The o.tiiiHr Louitc leaves South-
nr content uuiu vtrr icmwiuv
lender county is enrolled. They
'say they will be with us on the 9th
of July and help us celebrate.
appeared in the advertisement
The crops in Pender country are
reported as good. The seasons have
b mi verv.flrie- and the crops are
, W 1 v-
'y'i i f
first look a
. m &lirr arJa.aa
I IrkA rui&e RAJ am
a a frii itv va
Just what the steam yiu-ht Jicsnic
can do when she tries is illustrated
liv tin fnirt that u few davs since the
?ns-.i o much cooa in i jy I lie iaei limi it if w ii;iipiin,r
U.ll..k.-oK?t!. Si-cceml ruII f rom Sout hporl to Orton. which
JlkTV? " HS is about half way to Wilmington,
it Vv . . . 1 r . 00. .
Tale only the CSenulnc,
was made in W minutes.
It is claimed by those who propose
to know that the cause of the in
tense, heat of the past few days is
A lelichtful Visit to Southport.
One of the most delightful little
excursions which ever went out
from this city was that which steam
ed down the river yesterday after,
noon for Southport on the Bessie.
It was made up of the Masonic
lodges in this city and was in re-,
sponse to an invitation from Pytha-
iroras Lodge, of Southport, to at
tend the installation of their newly
tpd officers. Grand Master
The following gentlemen were
chosen as an Executive Committee
or the district: ,
J. A. Lockhart, Chairman, of An
son; Geo. M. McKethan,- of Bruns
wick; R. S. Young, of Cabarrus;
'urenn h.lllS ni IvUlUIIllJUa. X..
PUSOS AND 0K0ANS
tiTCT ME HU PUK ESANDTEHMS
owing to the tact mat me sun come R bInaol was of the party and the
down every nay at u ociock o f. net Club were ftboard as invited
i - x a: i . . .
.regulate itsell .ny i.apt. Th run down was made in
two and a
half hours, the party
The members of the Congressional landing at 7:30. They were met by
Convention and the lady relatives a delegation of Pythagoras Lodge
who accompanied them to the city w,0 escorted the members of the or
w..nt ilnwn to Carolina Heaeh this Li,,- n ti,ft Todcre Room while the
a ml" - I " "
PTAOS AND UKVjAiNb afternoon, in acceptance or an CorIiet club got supper, lhe in-
invitation exeiuien mnu i gtaliation ceremonies iouiv iia,c n
New Hanover Transit Company.
na i tNn one
IN THE sol'TlI.
I.aa"ji ay of the firsKlass manu-
IT.nH 1190 UPWAKPS.
rnoI 45 UFVAltlH.
tsi roi: cATAUMii E.
KALElOIlT X. C
BRANOH HOUSE :
WU.MINOTON, N. C.
wr.iciiTsviu.t x. C.
Th Rimerintendent of the street
force is putting in a brick gutter at
the corner of Chestnut and Third
streets. Pipes have been run at the
corner of Princess and Front streets
i I v. m. ... -
itntHitu stuit. Come clown io
llHadciuarters. dozen Flannel
Bathing Suits, in all sizes and colors,
sold at the lowest manufacturing
prices at the Wilmington Shirt Fac
tory, 27 Market st.. J. LIsbach; Prop.
Look for the blue awning. t
m . W
thP Court House and me omcers
were installed by Grand Master C
II. Robinson, assisted by Mr. AVr P
Oldham, as Grand Master, in uie
presence of a large number of ladies
and gentlemen. The ceremonies
were onened by the choir singing
cniMA.pninip. nipfte . caneu. as wc
DVIIW wm-w 7
learned from a lady friend, "Tit for
Tat." This was also rendered in a
charming manner. Mrs. Pleasants
filled tne house with her rich con
tralto in a solo from Faust. Ve
thought her voice never possessed
more sweetness than when she stood
last evening, in the dignity of her
c -t.,.ii r M0,L-ipnhr.r J. T. mighty gift, and poured forth a tor
Macks, of New Hanover; W. H. rent of sweet sounds. Miss Sartz
L fpu,n.ws another. musical genius, sang with
- a t t- u. lanfiA nnrl jrrace Schubert s iri
liuiuiviit, " i I-,-.
h HIT CO-IItTNEU-lIiP lirnETOFORE
existing between C. S. Love afid T., D. Love,
under the Arm name of ;C. Love & Co., was
Olssolved on the ?4th of June by. the death of
C. S. Love- The undersigned is alone autnor.
ized to sign to Hquidatlon. V 1; V :
' " T. D. LOVE,
Je 27 3t' - Surviving Partner.
m tr i 1
ton, or Dtaniy;
followed by an encore, "Sing
R Adams, of King
Bird, Sing Sweetly," wnicn was ev
Worth W.u. Black nnrt AT. It Neu! prima donna of the evenmg M.ss
were appointed a committee to no- Annie DeRosset, .th her v ce of
Ify Cof. Rowland, by telegraph, of rare sweetness ng a br.lhan solo
J - ,niHi onso n.nrl . lieautV. but 11 W6
his nomination. -j" r, "T" '-"T : ' nm -f fu
The Committee on Resolutions, may pari cui .u.u ;
through their chairman, Mr. Jno D. evening,
Bellamy, Jr., reported as toiiows: xv rm , bv
Tour committee respectfully re- coring uM.e,.v,.
nort the following resolutions: Wilmington's fair young camairiV
Tlie ijenioBniis ui uie uiAiu yvm i unci jur. 5im oumuas, wn io
gressional District, assembled m Iiaster Gf the instrument he per-.
President and trie notuinauon oi zv. nnpiy uowu uic oiac.,
G. Thurman for Vice President of essarilv omitted, owing to the sick
the United Stotef. ;by the .bt ness of one of the gemtlemen, but
SS S sSf blank in the programme was
k an,l toliiiv of President Cleve- flued by Mr. . David Mitchell, who
land's administration, which invites kin(iiy gave the audience a -very
In Cood BuppIy.
J HAVE A FINE SUPPLY NOW OP PRIME
Beef Cattle and will offer some -t.- ' "
: y Splendid Me
on my Stalls every day" this wee lLAMU,
VEAL, MUTTON, &c, also ln poptl supply.
J. F. AlillELL,
;7: ' r- Front 8tl Martet, .South F-ltfe,
the closest scrutiny conceramgiw - ye fc . Q u of which is un
.ii5, orwi Avofion to the nledores hreeBU.1" o u
" ' . ...f.:-l.r,-,H tram-u' ofrn nvfi Vfifl 1116 Known to US
"Hnil ! Mnsonrv Divine." The neWy i - i W. "'7. o,l thP ...u. ..
installed officers are as follows:
W. M. W. S. Dosier.
S. W.-S. M. Robbins.
J. W. J. L. Pinner.
Treas. S. F. Craig.
S. 1). J. J. Adkius.
J. D.-C. G. Smith.
Tyler J. Matthews.
The installation was followed by
an anthem: "Praise the J-ord. and
.ndeiity a m lurvut
i a i v i i , ' m a i. w a. w - - - -
Kiiff rages of the people, and the wno took part in the entertainment
trusts then committ
cratio party by the
Wade H. Harris, Iq., our genial
friend of the Charlotte Chronicle, is
iu the city in attendance on the this by an address by Mr. Eugene
Congressional Convention. S. Martin, of this city. Mr. Martin
Mr. John T. Vann, an old Wil- WHS introduced by Mr. J.J. Adkius
minirtonian. but for some years past vi.v fMicitouslv. His address was
f ' - I'
a resident of Baltimore, with the ftn eloquent, chaste production and
well known tobacco house of li. was listened to with breathless in
trusts then committed to the.Demo perfornied admirably:
cratio pany mi citnw
statesman buuu.h r ...
hail witn pleasure vub hou oi " prcjcui, nucu D, ....
We think we but endorse the bpm
W. E. Worth & co s o: t tand.
Of Interest to .the Public,
ladies wil Please Road this
flDiTU ANNOUNCE TO THE t BUt
. a a w w i iab a BkB . a T' a. a v a v. - - -
uauicurttui" i .
terest by the large number present.
At the close of the address the
Three Xew oat. t;omet concert viuu iciicicu uuo
.Thehteamship liiiito, which ar- or tlieir most oei.giitiui h
rived here this morning from New then the exercises cioseu .u. luo
York, brought out three fine boats, Doxology, all singing.
Hie memoers oi mo iu uuu mc
Cornet Concert Clubthen proceeded
t4". . ., . l,i v i iiart nwtvai inn rail
lit thj KRFS n. of mr lartrs Pavilion ana
.ma,u wwthcrtiur desire to tase- ineir
3iri iw or t rinr thpir ova inncn
Splendid Band of Music.
"T 1 1 r 1 1V1 11 r mrt.Ma fll f" U 1 I ...... . . 1
uiui v. . -. . . w-w. w . a . . . , r . a & a . . . . r . . a
v . a. . . - - . . . . a .... ai.i..rtiiii ... a i a a a a a a a v . i a a a a
mm IWU.. w-v"-. 1 .
wyKHiasf-?ih. ikvan. and enloy tne
tU. W I LsoN MAXX INO.
a I a 4V . P.iit
iiiilii. a metallic uie ajuiii iui vii
II ...aal 1 Will II t ! fll I vjifht br lodf room, where a most
1 jj. lti i j , iiii .v . ------ i . " -" --r-
for Mr. H. Watters. .The latter is 0 appetizing collation was spread,
feet long aud ranks in the first class.
She has been christened theAyyoty,
of Wrightsville, and will make her
first appearance in public in the re
gatta at Wrightsvillo on the Fourth.
botit 12 o'clock Inst night when
Rev. D. P. Pearce, colored, returned
to his room in Marcus' Alley, be
tween Front, und Second streets.
near me r roiu Mrt-ci nmnvct,
found his Iiouse had been entered
through a window which had been
forced open and a suit of clothes,
with several other articles carried
l'earce has no clue to the thief,
but thinks it was some person wlio
won acquainted with the premises.
A C.ood Man Cone.
Mr. Henry Julius Schutte, a na
tive of Linden, in Germany, but for
the past 30 "years a resident of this
city, died at his home here, comer
Third and Market streets, this morn
ing, aged within one month of 79
vears. He leaves a wife but no is
sue. - t
Mr. Schutte was well known to
our people, having been for many
"years pat a. familiar figure. He
was Pope's "noblest work of God,1'
km lmnt man. He was conscien
tious, unriirht and honorable in all
i - i . . .
,Tr.7: siioKUvornbTaKiiu dHuliiiffs with his fellowmen
n i n racM. ...w . . r .r
Ir'.l . COOds ar i .
W- L. DOUGLAS
wnUCn CiUNTLKSI FX
tllf-'.1 f lr 3 SrainleMi Shi In the
Hiu,Mal tArka r null. As styl-
iTi'wtl-osecostlntr K or ta.-and
vtts."T Kc"f natu to m car Uie stocking
I4 0.-rtV7 diem as comtortable
W naml swed shoe, buy
:ou --tr . . nmne unless stamped on
- ifiuts 3 Shoe, warranted.
L taaa .
r fLV t AH the ortstnal
4 N fM w'lt 14 shoe, which
HtorVj!ViirH SHOK la unex-
L aai i . Bre made in L enures.
w if not sold by your deaU
r la! ,l OUAS, Krockton, Maaa.
The funeral services will take place
which leceived full justice at the
hands of those present.
fter this the time was devot
ed to music and to social enjoyment.
The band played several pieces at
the pavilion and afterwards the
crowd adjourned to Dr. Curtis' resi
dence, where Messrs. James E. Will-
son, W. N. Jacobs and I. Greene waid
got up au amateur concert for their
lelight aud entertainment.- At a
late hour the Bessie cast om her
moorings aud returned to the city,
landing her passengers here in
safety at about half past 3 o'clock
a. m., all thoroughly delighted with
the pleasure of the occasion.
In every waytheaffair was a great.
success. Tlie excursion wiw
the management of Messrs. James
W. Monroe and H. P. AVest, ank the
arrangements was just periecv.
These gentleiqen have been gener
ously complimented for their suc
cessful! efforts in behalf of the com
fort and ease of the party.
Attention Young Men democratic Club.
All members are hereby notinea
that I. Shrier has the contract to
furnish uniforms, where subscrip
tions and names for enrollment will
hereafter be received.
E. II. Frkkmax,
Chr'm Finance Com.
If you want to feel comfortable
mock. You will nnd me
nomination of Daniel u. owie tor the entire concert was one oi amgu
Governor and of Thomas M. liolt orjer of merit and reflects much
and pledge each and all our most tai in its production, but there is a
beauty and zealous support. slight suggestion we ;would like to
That we reaffirm the principles . . , tmlt while, classic mu-
SSSWclStlSW Tic undoubtodIy stand, behest in
and the StaeConvention atCRaleigb. order of merit and beauty why not
This Convention warnily endorses versify the programmes of our
the course of the Hon. Alfred Row- nm . r concerts bv ' throwing
. 1 l . M f 'AnfV1.aCQ TrOlll 1 I I IN 1 ww"."- -
Tiafr?.f who has this day been
..nnnimniKlv renominated for a
second term and pledge him the
cardial support of the Democracy
of the Sixth Congessional District.
Democratic Executive Committee.
Pursuant to the call of the Chair
man, Jno. D. Bellamy, Esq., a meet
ing of the Democratic Executive
Committee was held yesterday after
noon at the office of Mr.' Bellamy.
A committee representing theYoung
Men's Democratic Club were- also
After.au informal dlBcussion of
matters pertaining to the 'approach
ing political campaign, on motiont
it was resolved "to appoint a Com
mittee on Finance, consisting of one
member from each ward and town
ship, a Committee of Arrangements,
to erect the stands for speakers,etc.,
and a Reception .committee. The
Chair appointed tne following:
First Ward: X D. Smith, Second
Ward: W. C. Craft, Third Ward;
John L. Boatwright, Fourth Ward;
J. W. Millis, Fifth Ward; J. Home,
Federal Point: W. B. McKoy, Harri;
netttownshin; James Cowan, Cape
Fear township; R. E. Heide, Mason
boro township. T
Committe'e of Arrangements J ohn
D, Bellamy, P. Heinsberger, W. B.
sPanantiAn -kni Till t t.PP Jt . W
Kerchner, W. B. McKoy. J. H.
Sharp, P. Heinsberger, G. J. Boney,
E. S. Latimer, H. C. MeQueen.
The Finance Committee are ex
pected to report at a meeting to be
held on the Gth of July next. v
Oh motion, Mr. WCX Omff , sec-j j
retary, was apiointed . treasurer .
in a simpie uanau. uucasjiuuauj ,
one which : will go straight
to the hearts of the people, like
'Swanee River," or- "Then You'll
Remember Me?" It would give
variety to an entertainment, cause
operatic selections to be better ap
preciated when their turn came;
and last, but not least, please and
deliglit the hearts of the audiences
to hear something familiar and
breathing of home. Thi, however
is merely a suggestion born of ,a
deep and heartfelt loye for all that
breathes of the old by-gone days.
Kock Crystal Spectacles aud Eyeglasses
Advice to old and young: In se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
vower than has been lost to the eye
as in the same proportion that you
pass that point of increase, will cause
you further injury to tne eye. using j
glasses of stronger power than is ne
cessary is the daily cause of prema
ture old age to the sight You can get
the best at Heinsberger's.
New Aluslc Honse.
J. L. Stone, the popular music
dealer of Raleigh, has. established a
a branch house at Wilmington, on
Dock street one door from Iront,
where-may be found a number of
the celebrated Emerson pianos, also
other makes from $190. upwards.
Organs from $45. upwards. Lyery
one is invited to call .and examine
the instruments. . -t
Another lot of "those celebrated
Oil Stoves just received at' Jacobi's
fldw. Depot. It will pay you to use
,w - - ' t
one. - - r '
- New York June 9th, '88.
MR. j OHN TAYLOR I -
'. Dear Sir: You havebeen
buying hats ef ourMiouse for
the last twenty years, while
doipgtbusiness ihtNew Y ork
and Wilmington, and- alwa) :s
have : Ifeen alaebuyer. ; We,
seiiti youby Clyde Iiine 1 53
dozen Ladies',4 Misses' and
Children's HatsJ in all Colors
atid best Shapes. , - We have
stopped making Summer Hats
for rthis seasori; ahd we close
but the lot at your own prices,
so as to-give your customers
in Wilmington some v: Bar
gain's. Hoping they -will do
you some good, we are, -v
Very truly yours::
Prince StNYV ' v ;
"; The above Hats are placed on our
counters and Bargains will.L j given
to every; purchaser at wholesale and
retail: also - v - m
FEATHERS. ' f t:
; ; SILK MITTS,' :
A ... LACES, &c, &c.
Burirlars. -You can be safe from
tliem by .using the. Burglar Proof
Mr. J. a Morrison was appointed j Headquarter for BassBalls, Bats
Chief Marshal of the procession for j Gloves, Belts is at Heins
the night of July 9th- -
and well all you need isa good Hu-, -J't. "ZZJiio 'o( -ill klu.Js f.vr Wh dt . and . f rel.
Fashionable Goods arid Low
Prices -; -
are tile two inducements offered to
all purchasers at -
118 Market Gt.f
WILMIXGTON, N. C
je 27 " .. " . . .
STEAMER 8 VI. VAX ClROVIi WILL leave
for Carolina Beach on Tuesday, ;Vednesday
and Thursday at 9:3) a."m. and 3 p. m." Slu .i ;
- J. W. IIAKrER,
on afternoon trips.
No. 3. ,
Wilmington Scacoast H. R.
SC1I EDU LE IN EFFECT JL"::r. . , 1 S:
From Wilmington . From x:::m-.
lieave ....... 6i a. m Leave..;.... 7.r a. r.i.
Leave;:;; .... 9tf a. 10 Leave. ..... .1 .) a. 1.:.
Leave..;....: ftSOp. m Leave : h p. i- .
Leave........ 5:00 p. m Leavf -i" p. r...
Leave.... 70 p. m Lcae. . .... .1 J p. u.
. III HaM I
J. H. CJIADrouiU., Jr.,
Genera 2l3ir.ee r.
' - .' ; t (Depot. - T V01- .
Fly Traps, best and cheapest, a
June 19 tt
Jacobi's Hdw. Depot. -t