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feoeraj Interest bet, .'
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PenonaHtlee raostbe avotded,; - : '
And It le especially aad particular ly xaAa.
stood that 4he Editor does not' alwaya eadot M !
t'vC news of correstiondanta cxlIm mn ' I
eepted by '
JOSH T. JAMES.
szITOB TTtOrKIXTOK.
ftCBSCEirnONS POSTAGE PAIDt
rear
a rwa.
Six months, 92.00. Tbree
thA tlO; One montn, aa enta.
rAnr will bo delivered by carriers tree
-orWcwupwweeL
Agitata rate. and liberal.
jStjtcrneti win report any and an tafl-
bMhHi ihWr Mner rrcrilarrr.
VOL. VII.
WILMINGTON. N. C.'; SATTJR DAY. MARCH 10; 18S3.
NO. 61
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77 Daily Beview has the largest
tcna fide circulation, of any newspaper
relished, in the city of Wilmington. J
" Mr. Stephens lived in a temperature
f sfventy-three decreet or higher.
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The director of the mint says there
ire three millions of the new nickels in
circulation.
jte Kew York Wsrld alludes to
cArib Bernhardt at a woman who
married at leisure to repent In haste,
John Ford, editor In chief Of tho New
fork Times, and two Republican' capi
talirta have purchased tho Brooklyn
Cnion Argus for $100,000.
Senator Tabor has an album filled
-;th Senatorial autographs and tender
sentiments, a bran new wife and $10.
1109.00ft. Add he ia not happy yt.
The railroad commission bill tailed
to become a law. after jaU said and
done. The useless and unnecessary ex
penditure of brains and huncomljd on
thU bill is awlal to contemplate.
The question as to whether a husbandl
has a right to exact tnat nis oetier nan
shall build tho firo is to be settled in
Indiana. A minister's. wife has raised
the Ubuo in a suit for divorce '
Speaker Keiter ''was much flattered,
eayt tho ingenious Now York World,
when a wag told him that he resembled
Gambetta. It was afterward explained
that Gambetta and ho were both dead.
Daring tho sessions of the Forty-
Seventh Congress the total number of
bill and joint lesolutions, introduced in
both Houses was 10 650. The reports
oftkbate cover 10.715 pases of the
Congressional Record, having a total of
ld.000,000 words.
L.J. Jennings, tho London corres"
pondent of the New York World,
writes that emigration from Great
Britain to tho Uniictl Status will be
'greater tho ensuing season tbart it has
btin any timo sinue the discovery ol
gold in Calitornia.
. StatUtics fnm New England" collec
tion districts show that f he cost of col
lecting each $100 was as follow last
year at the places named : Castine, Me.'
$13; Kcnnpbunk, Me., $445; Sac,
Wf. $259; Ynrk. Me., $823; Barnsta
ble, Mass.. $143; Edgartown. Mas?..
iiil; Nantucket. Mass., $671; Bristol,
U. I,$159.'
rmliibitiim is very active in Centra1
GtvM-jtia. MonriHj and Jasper havo tin
elartd fur it; Butts and Pike are nlmcst
certain to have it; it is growing in
Spa ding, and even in Bibb the move
ment is gaining strength. The Augus
ta Chronicle thinks that the Legislature
niy havo some ripe and robust ues
tioiiij for consideration next summer.
The Civil Service 8upply Cooperative
Asiwialion of London, during 1883,
put chased $7,350,000 of goods and made
sales to$ao4.500. with a gross profit of
$804,500. There are 4.500 shareholders,
and 33.000 tickets aro issued to these, to
oivil servants aud their friend r$200,
000 were paid for salaries, $50,000 for
parcel deliveries and $55,000 for paper
aud string. :
Frederick Lunger, who died at Daven
port. Iowa, last .Wednesday, aged
seventy-five years, is said to have been
tho senior railroad locomotive engineer
In the United States. His first ex per
(enee in thatcallln? was in 1835. on the
Albion, an engine built by George'
Btephensoa and run on the old State
road from Philadelphia to Columbia.
Penn.
LOCAL NEWS,
IIOU TO IEW ADYCRTlUmiU.
T iTw Fatter Card
R Gaxzx3ardn Seed
vtd Bbo Gardes B?d
t. Jacobs OiLroorth page
HanrftBssou lolaatbe Easter Cards
&AKx'.xaubIeolTna& this pago.
orvohcr.cils see fourth pace.
DyVagth 1 1 hours and 50 minutes.
The market seems well supplied with
t now. m
raiaed hard last night and it was
"come.
Silver Plated Spoons andForks, low
'T.atJxooM,. f
Soneet to morrow aOernooa" t '6
oioutes past 6 o'clock. ; ;: ;
There was one interment that of an
UHn Oakdale Cemetery this week-
There was one- inlcrra thtfrthat of a
Tb P1,Yne Cemetery tm week;
Eoe lhad, ta , fine as we havo cYer
oca. hav fca plcatlral efhfr a ClO
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I be receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 170 bales. .
Six dozen for a dollar was the price
asked for eggs at the irocery etorea to
day. ; ; I
Tho Register of Deeds j issued three
raarriag8 licenses this week, all for col
ored couples.
There were six interments two
adults and lour children in Pioe Forest
Cemetery this week. -:J;: " . . j
Only 77 votorB had registered. i a the
Third Ward up to the close of registra
tion boors last night. . ' ' !
Turner's almanac is about the best ol
tho many weather prophets who claim
attention.. It promised us that it would
bo fair to-day and fair it has been.
Police circles have been very j dull for
tho past few days. "Nothing doing
U the feport heard .all j along Magis
trate's Row. 1 j
It is generally conceded now that but
hereabouts by the snow and cold weath-
nine injury was none to tne trait crop
er of-Thursday.
There were large quantities of shad in
the inarket to-day and they were selling
at reasonable prices!. Other fish were
selling in proportion. j
An Ohio man named Major Stacy.
With toothache went nearly crazy.
flats nappy aain,
And says that for pain
St. Jacobs Oil is just a daisy.
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Empty is the guard; house, not a son
is there; it its boarders vamosedr not
liking prison fare. Each cell seems sad,
forsaken ; the loved ones we have known
UV feast on uard house bacon, all have
gone.
Edwin W. Kerr, Esq. J of Clinton.
Sampson county, who has been in the
city for a few days on business, left last
night, with his son, for Wilson, where
he is to argue a case to-day before Judge
MeKoy. - . . " ' .
That was a very clever thing In Mr.
Scott, the Senator Iroin this district,, in
.the Senate yesterday. We reter to the
handsome mnnner in which he announ
i -
ced his support of the bill for tho bene
fit of ruaimcd Confederate soldiers, j
Rev. Mark Gross, ot St.! Thoraafl1.
Catholic church, leaves liere . to. night
for Charl8ion. S. C, toi attend the
installation services of Bishop Northrop
to the See of Sath Carolina, which
will take place in that city to-morrow:
iy some afjuient to tno machine y
or the draw at the railroail crossing of
t ic Cape Fear at Mearen Bluff, thl
mornins, the steamer Murchison was
detainel, and 'did. not come the city on
her usual time. It was expected that the
accident will be repaired so that she
can como through by 4 o'clock this af
ternoon. i j !
The Masquerade Ball which comes
off pn Thursday night, the 15th Inst,
promises to be a brilliant affair. . Near
ly all the tickets for masquers are al
ready taken, but we learn that a very
few more cau be accommodated. - The
management guarantee the j best order,
the best of music and the best of an en
tertainment. . ; ' j v
- Exports Foreign. I
Ger. barqua Fruehliny, Capt. Ahrens.
cleared to-day for Hamburg with 3.101
barrels rosin, valued at 5,589.68, sbipr
ped by Messrs. Paterson Dawning! &
Co., Kor. brigfZcio,' Capt. Anderslon
cleared for Iiondon with 2,475 barrels
rosin, valued t $3,756.95. shipped by
Messrs. Robinson & King.
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First Installment.
Messrs. A. & L Shrior. at 34 Market
street, have received their first install
ment of. t we -hundred ana fifty
Flannel Suiu which they warrant fast
colon Each' coat has a label with their
lull name sewed on the collar as a guar
antee to their genuine quality. Don
fail to get a suit.
Kev. lr. Deems.
Don't forget the lecture on Trifles'
by the Rev. Dr. Deems, to be given at
tho Opera Hoose next Tuesday j night.
We want to see &. crowded house to
welcome the distinguished speaker, and
we fed assured that our! wish will be
Igratified. ' I'ho . . library Association
nnder whose auspices the lecture will
be given, are making laudable c$rtt to
farnliH literary entertaiiunenU of the
highest Intellectual orders and we are
glad to think that tbtlr labors are ap
preciated by tne publiov, ' ! - I 1 I
i To Bcdldera aad others Go to J aoo
ex for 6ash, Blinds sad Doors, Gl&sa
o. Y ircTall aixce - ad at tho
Icrcxst prices. . ''11 ; ; !
Cut two more weeks in Lent.
: . ..... Cotton.
'The'reccrptii'of cotton at this port for
(-the ten days closing with to-day foot np
1,140 bales, as against 1.066 bales, for'
corespond in jr, period of last year, a do
crease of 80 bales. .The receipts of the
crop year to data foW np 119.679 bales
as against 126.560 bale) to same date
last year, a decrease this year M ?f&&
bales. ' , - .V, J ; .-
Important.
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In order to reap the - benefits of a free
postal delivery in, this city it will be
necessary thaVtho names of the .streets
shall be placed on ccmspicuotis . signs at
tne street corners and that alithe hottsct
shall be dnly and plainly numbered.
This Is a very Important matter - devel
oping apon the city fathers, and one
which, if not attended to before long,
will postpone the matter for two years.
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To be Repaired.
The Ger. barque Albatross, Captain
Siebe. which put in below' some days
ago in distress, was towed up to the
city yesterday evening and is now: ly
ing at Messrs FoWler & Morrison
wharf, where her cargo is being dis
charged preparatory to going upon the
dry dock for repairs, She is consign
ed to Messrs E. Pesehau & Wester-
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Personal. .
Mr. S. A. Haney, In charge of the
Signal Service Lnere, . left here last
night tor Lnmberton -apd other points
on the Carolina Central road, while he
goes to give instruction to: observers in
the cotton belt section relative to their
duties. It is not known how : long . he
will be absent, but he will probably re
turn to-night or to-morrow; night. Dur
ing his absence the busmes&of the of
fice hero remains in the care of his
newly appointed assistant, jMr. J. M
McCann, who takes the place of Mr.
W. II. Lamar, the latter having been
ordered to Washington to take a bourse
or Instruction preparatory to being sent
to Iad y if Fran klin's Bay, to rel ievb
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Supremo Court!
In this. Curt yesterday, the con
sideratlonof appeals from the. fourth
district was resumea. anu causes ,wcre
disposed of as follows :
State vs. John Dickson. J from Cum
berland. Argufd oy Attorney Ger ernl
Knan for the State; no counsel tor the
defend nt' -
State vs. Daniel N. Mclver. from
Moore. Arened,by Attornev Genera!
Knan for the Rtati, and W. -E. Mur
chison for t ho "drfrhdarft.
A. M MIonaiii'vs J., Morri cf
als..-from Moore. PeUtmti; for writ. f
certiran. - Petition allowed and cau.e
continued. t j ; ; , t
J. L. Wfvcott vs. John II Thtwe ef
ala.. from Brunswick. Put. to the end
of the diatfiet. : .
John C Sinclair vs. Margraret 'Mc .
Brvde. administratrix, et alfC. from
Robpsnn. Argued bv Thoibaa A. Mc
Neil! and Frank Mctfill;for the plain
tiff, and French Norment for the
uritiiiuiiiin. -..
H. B Coylnprtou vs Robert J; Steele.
rrom Richmond. , Arsrned by ' Frank
McNeill and Harwell,-Walker & Tillet
for the plaintiff, and J. D. Shaw f;r
the defendant. -
R W; L. Raiin & Co. vs. S. M.
Thomas, from Richmond, . Argued by
Bnrwell. Walker & Tillet for the ptaln
tifis, and J. D. Shaw for the defendant.
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It must have been a terrible state of
affairs, that caused the Psalmist to ask :
"Whean stand before his ..cold?" In
his day the remedies were few and
doubtful ; how ranch happier should this
generation be. , that has a househdfd
remedy. Dr. Bull's Cough Kyrup: so
wondertnl has been its k cures that mVp
lions rise np and call It blceaed. ,
Federal Court. X
The following com prise a list of jurors
drawn bv W. H. Shaw. Esq.,;Clerk of
the U: S.: District Court, to serve at the
term of that court commencing on
Tuesday, the first of May. The list
was received yesterday atternoon. bnt
too lata for insertion in that issue:
New Hanover 43ounty--Jobn W. At
kinson. Jos. Davis, A. G. Hankins,
Wm. Moore, Thos.. Evans, Geo. A.
Peck, C. P. Mebaue, Valentine Itowe
V. I. Gore. Chas. It. Ganzer.. John
W Galloway, G. M. Allaffer, Geo. M.
Snmmerell. D. J. Aaron. Geo. F. Til
ley, Walter G. ilcRae, B. G. Bates,
Patrick Donlan, Elyah Hewlett. F. H.
Mitchell. J. A. Holt. W. M. Poisson.
H. A. Burr. Wm. H. Cotton." J. 6. Mo
Eacherp. J. H. Price, Jos. W. Taylor,
Harry WebbC. H. Morse, N. FPar-
ker. John Hooper. . : ." ;
Duplin CoT2nty--J. Wells. Taylor,
James Dixon A. J.' Stanford. J. W.
MoMillan.'Robert H. Brown, BarweTl
Matthews, H. d WrightT JametSar
age, n: Holllngs worth; Thos. .H.1HU1.
j Brans wid Coaty-John E. rounds.
John IL White. John Evans, D. It.
Walker,: Eaaatl A- IU3. Jphn f
Wcxclt, J. It. Lery, J; Elssoa Mo
NEW. J Al VBHTISEMENTS.
seiooistid
GRAND NOVELTY SALE OF . .
DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS AND MILLINEEY
ladies of
Doh stand upon the order to come, but
for you In the way of supplying
Summer
The Largest, Grandest; and
flovBlties ever displayecLin this or any other city ! ;
HAHW'S, HAHI!'S, HIHW'S!
. : . ; Dne car load OF
I Hambnrgs and Swiss Edgings and Insertings !
! - ! at- -.l :
HAHTJ'S, HAHM'S, HAHN'S I
BLACK BUNTING
BLACK BUNTING 1 - -
HAHN'S. HAHN'S,
NUN'S VEILING, ALL WOOL,
25cV 25
c, 25c,' 25c,
Parasols, Parasols, Parasols, s Parasols
- - B VNGtStf FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE MOST EXPENSIVE, AT
TT ATTN S HATTN'S1 TTA FTN'S f
t . , IF AOU WOULD
Silks and Satins
stock to be found in this vicinity,
, ''Call at
HAHN'S, HAHN'S, HAHN'S !
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PIQUE
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FOUR DRAY
FOR L ADIES AND
HAHN'S, HAHN'S, - HAHN'S.
GORGEOUS DISPLAY OF"
MILLINERY!
MILLINERY
Tips,
Tips,
Plumes,
Plumes,
Halm's, Halm's, Halm's
! OVIBWHELMXSO STOCK OF THE SUBBTANTIAlA OF LIFE. JZ t i
relGy Tablecloths, Sheetings !
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LADIBS ASK TO SEE
BLACK CASHMERES,
BLACK CASHMERES,
BLACK CASHMERES !
OUR PRICES ON THESE ARE UNPRECEDENTED ! I
In the selection of oar. stock, wo have
care and jadlcious discrimination, and witb jost pride, devoid of egutUm-. .
x ! tre can say that never before in this community has a stock
-. ... , - - given snch universal satisfaction as ours, or so fully met
:-i the popnlar demand in quality, style and price, s v
- w e earnettiy, reqoest patience on
We shall endeavor to wait on alHrho
tlon which has gained for as snch an etl
fSTTo maka it xnataally beneficial we
JULIUS
NKW ADVEUTISE3IENTS
week:
-OF-
wi LR.ii rjcf brj
come at onco and see what wo can do
your requirements for Spring and
wear ! .
Cheapest array of Spring
15 Cents.
. . "15' Cents.
HAHN'S!
AND IN EVERY SHADE, AT
s itd feb s I
TWO CARCOKSOF " ,
SELECT YOUK !
from the largest
LOADS OF
5C
DC
HOSIEBIT, HOSIERS I
JCIIILDRENV AT
-o
I
MILLINERY J
Flowers,
Flowers,
Hats.
Hats.
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OUft BARGAINS IS
exercised an extensive experience, great
tne part of oar .patrons during the Hush.
favor us with a viiittvln? that EAtlsfac-
viable reputation in this commuoitv. ;
will remain open this week till 9 1. M.
HAHN
IHGT,UIIE.
Tlie Kev. Dr. CHAS. F.DEESIO 1
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Will dcllrer a LECTURE, f.r Jha -benefit -I
oftlic L1BKAKT ASSOCIATION: on 1
Tuesday Nieht, March-13th,-
: At tho OPEBA noUfiC . j .
.Subject.- "TTUIXES.; Coamcatuif .
o'clock. ' ' : ' -."'. . J
Dyer-. thaat to,. . .-mchst-:
, lolantho,
Qtt. THE MXE AND THIS .StI. : Tfrtt.
ten by w, s.v GUbrt; eompoaed rj Arttcr
SuWroii. Antborieed dbrTrijht Edttloal . w
LAEGE ASfcOBTMKTr. I AU DOW dt. .
algna. rringeil M no frtiifreA1 -
HEINSBERGER'S,
mch 8
Lire Boot and Mnalo Sinn
First of the Seanon !
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M
T LAPT CtMTOMERS AKD TIIE
lie generally are refpectfatly fiotlfled UiUX
have jaat received a ' 1 "
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LAEGE AND ELEQAKT ASSOBTUEJIT OF
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
Hats,. Bonnets, '
Flowers,1 Ribbons &c,,
the first which havo been exhibited la Wil
mington thla season., i : - r .-. .; ' ..
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For sme time tocome I shall W In reeelnt
by iall nihI st- mer of 1 rge xti-.l I na io my
t K k, U.of the ewet aod lateat dtairtu and
Th remaining bUek of .Winter, an-1 earlr
1 bu closeU ont t grttlly ro-
u ced ratee.s
A call nnl an oxamlnatlon la ttldted.
MISS.E. KARRER,
inch 7 (
7 EXCUANGK CiKNKB.
To tho Jeiimcratlc Voters of
the City, of irihnUi&6n. 1 v
IiHtt" PKMOCK ATIC VOTEkf ; OK THB
o ty are requested, to nwer at 6 o'clock. P.
il., W.tlncwiay, Mnrch I4t ,1 3 .
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J? t or I al it O irfi llau. r t
u i ml i ouri noma.
4 th
U . t lty t ouit Hi torn, i -do
at 3th vvnrd liu ket Co.'a ;Troak '
f r the purpose of imrtlng two randblatra
for AMetuien l , oc of mkI JVad, fob
vofeft to- at ih ejection to bo held Marofe
I ho several meetings Bhill Ik cjiI to order
by o o ff tti members tt tbo t Uv "LxecuUra
i.omral tee from o-ch'Wanl, or In thetrhb
on-e hr such. 'ot ter ieroou aa tho moeuos
tuay "selei:t. ; - -t , ,, j ..- ,.. . t, ,
, J.he f-ygjor A Mermanle rorolnatlm ihall
Ih by lali.a. Thc; nnme ot ea tr voter aa be
kp elu his la Lt sh li bo.retllr(t by tel-;
I rrt not ex(H-ttlnpr two h exch Ward, who
h ill be ftpKiuttl by the yMl" ofioer of
each iiiccm lng . ? . f ,
liAIln tirpr 6hll not commence bafore tV
clock, and the o la shall not, be clo-od la
c 8 than thirty rolnnirg lifter the ballotlaff
cymra ncea A majority of all tb vote et
ball cnititutH a Dioluatln J
ATI Democrats wio, tr required," will plAdM
them-eire to sopport tl.o nominee .f tb
nit eting, and who Mill - o leally entitled to
v.hj st feH mank lpl elet'ov. tohajl be entt
Uod to vote at eald tncetlngt. v ; , ;
V r , r ' , . . .G- J BtiXEY, Oalrmaa.
Garden Seed!
pEAS, BEAS.i, jcOBy, -CABBAG Tl -nip,
Squaah, CoITard, Eadleh, AcT,"&o.
A floe ecfocUon of t lower fljod . .
For aale bj t
WILLIAM IL GRXS1T.
. xnoh 0 .
Easter Cacdc,
-.6 '.
A LAIIGS TAKIETTOT
Beautiful New 'Decigno,
Call andice Uiem'at tS
YATES' B00KSTDKE.
tarns - ' '
If You, Wouldtba iHappy
BUT A COOK STOTX ,L
"The'GoIden HaribstV
OrrSOUTIIKUN.OATt, -
Of r - " P VBKKK'A TAr.J2-
rare WUta Oil.,, . , , . nciT
4
GARDEN SEEDS."
l rnzsa tot or, all kin 03 of -
bare aod Turnip Fed. esrtr and lata Tar.
tit; CoILarU. Lkmtani lomai sli a, larj-
etock awl aa adhn variety of teas a 4
lKuu.retaliedatwbldaJrrtieabj ' h
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