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WILMINGTON, N. C.. SATURDAY. JUNE 30, 1888.
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RALEIGH, X. C.
BRANCH HOUSE :
wc krfrt. between Front and second,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WniGIITSVILLK. X. C.
IBS Tli ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
lZs xzA ttfntlrnin anil their Families
3zzz i sound tor a day's recrration can
ti rRIEu. of eqt larre PaTllion and
at. wvitkcr they desire to tafce their
-ow.;a or trtnj tnclr own "luncn
Splendid Band of Music.
f e fcrze Ttn tO cQminHKl n!Arf rlrkS4 br
JfJstie Utah, and enjoy the
ED. HLM)N MACn.VO.
The Emperor of Germany is to
pay a visit to the Czar of all the
Russia. The visit will take place
about the middle of the.inonth.
Twelve months or more ago the
Daily Ukvikw claimel for the next
election 2G out of the 3d States for
Cleveland. Ah time progresses we
are rather inclined to add to than to
take from this list.
Naturally the Chinamen all favor
old (leueral -Harrison's grandson.
Tliere is a Chinese newspaper in
New York and it champions him,
All this wilt of course help to elect
him to htay aCay from the White
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New York ratified on Thursday
night and it was as usual, hand
somely done.. There were two mon
ster mass meetings. The speakers
were Speaker Carlisle, Gov. Hill
aud others. The turnout was im
mense and every mention of the
names of Cleveland and Thurman
was cheered to the echo.
They wanted to turn George Jones
out of the famous Uniou League
Club but they did not do it. And
why? Because this famous Repub
lican club is honeycombed with
Mugwumps, and if the thing is once
begun there fs no knowing where it
will stop.. It might rule Harrison
out of the raoe before the campaign
has fairly opened.
The Richmond (Ind.) VolksZeituug
sprinkles the Republican ticket with
iee water. It says:
'The nomination of General Har
rison is received coolly among our
German Republicans. They took
little interest in the ratiiicatiou
meeting. The majority of the Ger
mans are Democrats in this city, and
the Republican Germans do not
show any enthusiasm. Harrison
cannot carry the German Republi
can vote which Blaine would have
received. Many Liberal Republi
cans will vote for Cleveland."
V- L. DOUGLAS
One of the most iutensely interest,
ing local option fights that has ever
been waged In this country has just
resulted in a victory for the drys.
The fight took place out in Mis
souri and is thus described in a tele
graphic report from Kansas, City,
dated on Thursday :
After the most exciting local
option fight ever known in Missouri,
the Prohibitionistsof Independence,
the county seat of this county and
the oldest town in Missouri, won a
great victory yesterday, carrying
the election by more than 200 ma
jority, and ending the sale of liquor
for four years.
Women were everywhere at the
polls, at the lunch stands and on
street corners, wearing silk badges
and "dry" ballots in their bauds.
Girls stood at the polls, and at every
voting place was a banner on which
was inscribed: 'Temperence beaux
or no beaux at all." Free diuners
were served at the iolliug pluces.
Hundreds of children carried ban
ners through the streets and about
the voting precincts. Some of these
were inscribed: ".Sow whiskey bal
lots and reap drunken boys,"
"Young men, keep your record clean
J. B. Gough." "Ruin, revenue,
rags," "Rum ruins the reason,"
"Vote an you prav," "ForGod, home
and native land1
The legend, "We can't vote, but
we can MilTer." was carried bv the
women in a parade, and occupied
a prominent p ace in each ward ;
Many or the best iwople of the
town were interested in the contest.
and it was not an infrequent sight to
see voting girls with horse and
ilueton covered wit hi streamers
wringing in voting gentlemen to
vote for local option.
In the irirst War), where there
was a large colored population, it
was expected there would be a large
et majority, but bath sides
worked hard here, and the drys"
gained a great victory. It was here
he fight centered,, ami there the
JL 1 II 1 At 1
women sioou an uav, even (iiougu
he weather was unpleasant.
Tne Mormon Church, which has
more than a hundred voters, voted
iiuanimousl v in favor of prohibition.
The temperance people had a grand
celebration at night.
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C V. band uvail etw xr-n-m
StalS'M1 l!m " comfortablS
L iAJ5:la, boe. warranted."
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hr "- Brockton, Macs.
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Ixdkx to New Adtkxtiszxkkts.
F C Milub Diamond Dyes
E W Mannikq Atlantic View
Skacoxst it R Sunday Trains
Taylor's JJazaak Low Price3 -If
ig ATT a Carolina Yacht Club
Stlvan Obotx Carolina Beach
Loc II Ms AKKa Flannel Shirts
IlEiNSBiaaiR llanos and Organs
Mrs E It Wiggins Just Received
Howell & Ccmsung Mattress Factory
Tuk Stoklbt Uorsi Salt Water Delicacies
Tiger Cigarettes will give satisfac
tion. " : : lw
Days leugth 14 hoars and 35 min
utes. ' .... ' r.' '
There were "five interments in
Oakdale this week, three adults and
one child. ' '
The moon enters on its last quar
ter to night. J
J tine, the first Summer month,
leaves ns to-day.
Fly Traps, best and cheapest, at
JacobPs Hdw. Depot. t
Sunset to-morrow afternoon at 20
minutes past 7 o'clock.
Peaches are in good demand here
but are still very high.
Tiger Cigarettes a substitute for
paper wrapped goods. lw
Tiger Cigarette smoke can be in
haled without danger. lw
There were four interments in
Pine Forest this week, three adults
and one child.
Thare were two interments in
Bellevue this week, both of which
The country calls for three cheers
and a million "Tigers" for the can
Headquarters for BassBalls, Bats
Masks, Gloves, Belts &c, is at Heins
Burglars. You can- be safe from
thembyusing the Burglar Proof
Blind Locks, sold at Jacobi's.
Another lot of those celebrated
Oil Stoves just received at Jacobi's
Hdw. Depot. It will pay you to use
The New Hanover Transit Co. are
putting the finishing touches on a
handsome cottage at Carolina Beach
to be occupied during the Summer
by Mr. W. A. French, of this city.
The drive well at the Hummock
has been sunk 50 feet and it is ex
nected' that nure water will be
reached late this afternoon. The
work is being done by Messrs. It. II
Grant & Co., of this city.
The bridge across the Banks
Channel at the Hummock to the
Beach has been completed a nd will
be thrown open to the public to
morrow. The roof of the hotel has
been completed and painted.
To-night a very interesting meet
ing is to be held at the Seaman's
Bethel, near the foot of Dock street."
It is hoped there will, be a full at
tendance, especially of working
men. The meeting will be perfectly
informal. Several short talks will
- The Register of Deeds issued four
marriage licenses this week, two for
white and "two for colored couples.
But very few "really nice canter'
loupes have yet' been. brought to
market and these are held at fancy
prices.' .: - .'
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Surely better seasons for the crops
werenever f had - than' those with
whlcTTwe have, been blessed this
And where are you going on the
Fourth? has taken the place of the
usual remarks in regard to the
fhe wind got around to the East
last night and towards daylight this
morning it was almost cool enough
All those who are interested in the
Rowing Club will meet at Messrs.
Smith & Boat Wright's office Monday
afternoon at 7 o'clock.
Two trains will run to the Hum
mocks to-morrow, leaving here at 9
a. m. and 3 p. m. and leaving on the
return at 10 a. m. and 6:15 p. m.
The Clarendons and the City Boys
played a match game of base ball
yesterday afternoon at the Seaside
grounds. The Clarendons won by a
score of 30 to 5.
Services in St. Johns' church to
morrow: Morning services 7:30
o'clock, Litany and Holy Com
munion 11a. m., Evening Prayer
Rev. W. S. Creasy ; is expected to
fill the pulpit of his church to-morrow
at the usual hours for service
having returned from his visit to
relatives in the Western part of the
Impurities of the blood often cause
great annoyance at this season;
lood's Sarsaparilla purifies the
blood, and cures all such affections.
Mayor Fowler had a small attend
ance and a slim docket at his court :
this morning, there" being only three '
coses,, which were disposed of as
follows; . . !
Lollle Oapps, case continued. '
Thos. Dihuao, disorderly con
duct, 30 days in the county jail.
Clara Srilieff, disonlerly conduct.
30 days in the county Jailv
Tiger Cigarettes, bright Virginia!
filled and Havanna seed wrapper
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First Load of Melons.
Mr. John Wright Carr brought to
the city yesterday the first load of
watermelons raised this season in
this portion of the State, or proba
bly anywhere iu the State. Mr.
Carr's place is seven miles from the
city. He sold the load in a lump at
11 cents each. It is said that Mr.
Carr has had the first load here each
year for the past three years.
luck Crystal Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Advice to old and young: ' in se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more4 magnifying
vower than has been lost to the eve
us in the same proportion that you
pass that point of inoreas, will cause
you further injury to the eye. Using
glasses of stronger power than is ne
cessary is tlje dally cause of prema
ture old age to the sight. You can get
the best at Heinsberger's.
Attention Young Men's Democrat! Club.
All members are hereby notified
that L Shrier lias the contract to
furqish uniforms, where subscrip
tions and. names for enrollment will
hereafter be received.
E. H. Frkeman,
Chr'ru Finance Com.
This (Saturday) evening at 8:15
o'clock, at the Seaman's Bethel, on
Dock; between Water and Front
streets, the business and working
men's union prayer and experience
meeting will be held. A large at
tendance is desired as Mr. W. P.
Fife will address the young men,
and a matter of importance to this
community will be presented to the
laboring men.- '
Mr. Jno. D." Bellamy, Jr., 'Presi
dent of the Street Railwayhas been
looking all day for a telegram tell
ing him that the cars for the' line
had been shipped, but up to four
o'clock this afternoon it had not ar
Mr. H. VWatters' new yacht, the
Pcggotyyvr&& being tried intheSoum
at WrigHtsvilie yesterday and we
understand that everybody inter
ested was very much pleased with
her. She -will be heard from on the
The colored Odd Felloes in this
city are erecting a very nandsome
brick building, three stories high,
on the corner of Nun and Seventh
streets. The corner stone will be
laid on the Fourth and a large at
tendance is expected from this and
Cotton and Corn.
Mr. D. J. Corbett, of Nat Moore,
Biadeucounty,sends us the first cot
ton bloom from that section. Mr.Cor-
bett has a fine corn crop as well a
a promising outlook in cotton. He
ntiichPH wir.ii rnifci wapk: Tim miimn-
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up of 75 acres of fine corn.
Sermon to Children.
In the English services at 11 a. m.
to-morrow in St. Paul's Evangelical
Lutheran Church, Rev. F. W. E.
Peschau, the pastor, will preach a
sermon to the children, of the con-
A ! AXn.4K - . 11- ' . 'It
gregatiou. xt o:io p. m. mere win
be German services.
Something of a sensation was
causel this morning by the report
of a pistol from Douglass & Yar
borough's barber shop, near the
corner of Front and Market streets.
A crowd quickly gathered when it
was found that one of- the workmen
was cleaning his pistol when it was
accidentally exploded, the ball
piercing the partition in the rear,
but injuring no one.
" " Election of Officers. "
At the regular weekly meeting of
Unity. Tent No. 60, I. O. of R held
last . night, the following ofilcers
were elected for the ensuing term:
Shepherd C. L. Cowles. " - ;
C. R. C. D. Jacobs. ; . . I
D. IL C. H. Keene.
R. S. F. T. Skipper.
F. S.A. C. Prempert.
- Treas. Ira Skipper. - s
Levite Thos. C. Piatt. .
I. G! G. H. Bender. .
t O. G. Jas. JN. Newton.
P. C. R. J. T. Shoiar. -
Chap. T. J. Wilson.
,.The above officers will be publicly
installed next'Friday night by D. H.'
C. R., W. F. Hewett, at which time
the members, vyith their families
and invited guests, will assemble
and partake f an ice-cream supper,,
and have a good time generally. "
This is now one of the strongest
seciet societies in the city, having
on its roil of membership over one
hundred names in good standing. It
is the only, white temperance organ-
-ization in the city-and its members
are mostly young men, which fact
speaks volumes. There are severa
applications for admission at every
meeting. ' "
Hammock vs. Hammock.
Maj. Graham Daves writes to the
Messenger, a grave dissertation
on the : uses and abuses of
"hammock." He gives" Worcester
as authority for the use of the word
"hammock.1' We have before us
the 1887 edition of - Worcester's Dic
tionary and the word "hammock,"
as coexpressive with the word"hum-
mock," does not appear therein at
all. But Worcester does give the
word ' 'hommock" as similar ' '
meaning to "hummock"- But it is
"hummock" vs. "hammock" - on
which the question hangs and"hom
mock" may therefore be looked upon
as an outside issue.
Maj. Daves says ; that "the word
hammock is in " general use along
the Southern coast, from Norfolk to
the Gulf of Mexico." Ia our iiriend
sure of his position here? We have
heard it ealled "hummock" by the
natives on our own coast, at Myrtle
Grove, and also in Florida. We do
not recollect to have ever heard the
word "hammock" used Jn reference
to any other piece of land than that
which was - formerly known as
"Sneeden'8 Hammock," at Wrights
TOM THE KBADT: UR, UP FROM
the Lowest." By Randolph Hill.
No. 8, of the
Boy's Home - Libra
ry." i'aper, 13 mo", Jfrice, jJo cts.
Published by A. L. Burt, 56 Beek-
manst., jNew xorir.
Tiie "Boy's Home Library" fills
a long felt want." The idea of
publishing stories for boys by the
best authors; good wholesome stor
ies, that any parent will be glad to
put into a child's hands, was an ex
cellent one, andjias' been religious
ly carried out by-ttie publisher.' No.
8 just published is"Tom the Ready,"
by Randolph Hill, a popular writer,
and keeps up the high standard of
the previous numbers, which are by
such authors as James Otis, Horatio
Alger, Jr., Harry Castlemon, Ed
ward S. Ellis, etc. It is for sale at
the book stores. -
T The First ltegatta.
The first regular regatta of the
season of the Carolina Yacht Club
will be sailed oyer the course 'at
Wrightsville on Wednesday next
the Fourth. The boats- will report
at 3:30, at t fie Club's wharf. The
fdl lo wing yachts will probably enter:
The Peggoty, Idler Mascotte, llip-
ple, Phantom and Bonnie Lassie of
lie first class and the JRosa, Little
Alice Lillian, Loulie, Mamie B.
Bubble, Sprite, and Mabel, of the
second class. :' .
The Regatta Committee earnest
y hope that all members who own
yachts will, enter them for this
race.-"" - - ':- ' .
- Batrjing SuitsT Come down t o
Headquarters. 25 dozen Fla n n !
Bathing Suits, in all sizes and color ,
sold at the lowest manufacture ;
prices at the Wilmington Shfrt Fac
tory, 27 Market st., J. Elsbach, Prop.
Look for the blue awning. ' f
If you want to feel comfortable
and well all you need is a good Ilam
moclc ?You will find the largest as
sortment and cheapest at.llclnsber
ger's. - ' . . - '
rjiHE FIRST KEGCLAR REGATTA JF CAR
OLINA YACIIT CLUB, season of 1883, will bo
sailed OTfcT the wrisrhtsviiift nmipsn n
nesday: July 4th. Boats will report at .rni nr
ulUD? Wharf. - G. D. PARSLEY.
jeduit v Measurer.
gTEAMER SYLVAN GROVE .WILL leave
for Carolina Beach onSunday at half past two
o'clock. . . , . xv .
. J. WY HARPER,
- ' - '
Je3Q - " General Manager.
Wilmington. Seacoast R R.
Sunday, July 1, '88.
'JUtAINS WILL LEAVE UNION 'DEPOT for
Wrightsville and the Hummocks at 9 a. m
and 3 p. in. Leaving the' Hummocks at in a'
m. and 6:15 d. m. . mmit
rjRE STEAMER BESSIE WILE LAY OVER
in Wilmington to-day and Saturday but win
commence her regular mall schedule Monday
mornlng, July 2d. leavlne SouthDort at r
m. and Wilmington at 3uJ0 p. m. 50c. round
trip, v, .... . - . je292t
New Music Honse. ' I . The Tnb Kace.
J. L. Stone, the popular music OnA of the fnnr tubs fnr thft liffft
S ,eish' wjfSon6 nn Wrightsville on the Fourth is
a branch house at Wilmington, on f , k
Dock street one door fro Front, now at the Seaside Restaurant. : It
where maybe found a. number of j is 30 inches in diameterand 16 inches
the celebrated Emerson pianos, also
other makes from $100. upwards. . . . . , . .
Organs from 43. upwards Eyery isrs. .vrcnie aiannes. wu-
one is invited to call and examine j nam fepooner, John Bell and Dan
the instruments.,- Cameron "will be the contestants.
10,000 Tiger Cigarettes have been TI,e arrangements for the race, are
sold here to one organization, for i oe,uS Ir"8 V 4ur. iu.ar1n.eg. : :
private use,' . lw I 1
WireCloth for your window anl ' assortment ever, beforHbro.ught ta
and -doors can be had at Jacobi's , this city, to be hftd; a.t. Jacobi's Hdw.
ONLY GENUINE "MAGINAW" HATS SOLD
V ; IN WILMINGTON. . . ' .' .
LOUIS H. MEARES.
- 12 NORTH FRONT,
: Gentlemen's rurnisher and Hatter
-'-Je; 21 -.. - vy-:;.;- yr.-y. . r:
ypaja m f :
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
the Oommlsslon Business as sucftfissnr tn n. r.
Love Co., and hopes to merit a Continuance
of the liberal patronage exteadtxi to the old
nrm. . -
Je29 3t T; ft LOVE.
JTJAVING OTHER IMPORTANT BUSINESS
engagements It will he Impossible to iglve at
tention to my Photograph Gallery, therefore
I have secured the services of Messrs. ENGLU
& ZOELLO. First Class Artists, who are so ra-
vorably known and are fully equipped with all
modern - improved Instruments fnr m n 1- f r -
t;heap and Flrst-Class Pictures from Smai 1,
to Life Size, also Groupes and view Sceneries,
all at reasonable prices. I confidently recom
mend these gentlemen to my patrons and all
who may visit this beautiful seaside watm n -
place at Carolina Beach. - . . -
je 'ffi XX - . . .. JOSEPH L. WINNER.
Wall Paper and Shades
Carpets and Mattine Laid I
ice woric guaranteed) , by
Ji B. DEMPSE".
. " . WITH : v '
HOWELL & OUHUEJG,
Opposite the City HaiL
MATTRESSES,; PILLOWS, BOLSTERS,
: SPRINGS, MOSQUITO BARS . .
P. S. These MOSQUITO
je ss tf
No. 3. . -
Wilmington Seacoast R. R.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 20, 13 3.
- From Wilmington, - t : From Huimnocis.
Leave . . . . ... QM a. m Ieave 7.4 a. ra.
Leave..;. .... 90 a. m Leave ..1')::;) a. 1:1.
Leave. ..... .. 25 p. m Leave. ...... p. ta .
Leave. . 50 p. m Leave. . . .... 6: 15 p. ra.
Leave. ..... .. 7:20 p. m Leave: ..... .10:00 p. m
J. H. CHADBOURN, Jr.,
June 19 -tf
pyjIL W. A. McGOWAN wip collect subscrip
tions due THE DAILY KEVIEW and soli:-
new subscribers. ' tf
To the Pnblib.
Hiiton Ferry" ww be discontinued
FERKY AS Till.
frota .1:. i
after July Mth; 1S83, by order of the Hoar J . :
CocgnsiOBersCNew Hanover county, c.
JL A. IIAGCi.
. . Cliairtnan.
DOG COLLAHS.' LAV.
f AX DEN HOSE,
Mowers. Flshlnsr Tackle. Come la and 1
at them. We have the good3 and caa ra:
tho prices tojsuit. .
ray U tf 14 Frost St., , r.r..:r.jtcr1