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WILMINGTON. N. C. MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1883.
shtd, in the city of Wilmington.
CITY DEMOCRATIC TICKET
U-F.CTION. THURSDAY, MARCH 22.
O. J. XONBY,
K. D. If ALL.
THIBD WARD. I
JOHH L.' DUDLEY.
SAMUEL BEAK, Jn.
8. IT. riSHBLATE.
W. L. DxROSSET.
"it-is Raid that much of the young
ttuit in Georgia and Tennessee is dead.-
Beverly Tucker, of Virginia, is pre
liari&a volnmnof personal reminis
ttKices. ,0 a,
George P. Robinson, of Chicopee,
Mass., will lead the Iteaubliean minor
jty in the next House.
Mr.Orr, of Massachusetts, a spright
ly Id gentleman of 87 years, married
lor the third time the other day.
It is said of Mr. Bnrnand, the editor
U Punch, that "he jeste incessantly", has
Ucn twice warned and has lourteen
Svta States" present candidate lor
ilorkeeKf of e oaxt House, and
OIW, modest Ohio, has two for Ser-
Wiulus wants another storm and
ajswe wiUhaveitin 1893. If it's as
Li'lJaa his last one wesay let her Wig. and
we hope we'll live to see it.
Some political ghouls are talking
sibout goiasc down into the grave and
digioc up the defunet R. B. Hajrea and
running him as Governor of Ohio. Bet-
tx let the carcase alone.
la the slang of the day, a city swell
ioid masher is called "a dude." The
young thug who has lulled his man is
denominated "a tough." The "dodo"
is a compromise between the two.
A ehortage of thirty or forty million
bushels of.coru for May delivery inChi
caso. . There arc three million bushels
of corn on hand with which to meet the
demand for thirty or forty million bush
ed in May.
Waahiugton Critic: The government
has inTested, up to tho present time,
.1W.000.000 in court houses, custom
houses and postoftlcee, and yet there
are several cross roads in Ohio that
have neither. . .
Henry George is getting a 'bbom."
The Sacramento Zfec calls his "Pro
ircw aud Poverty the "peoples polit
ical Bible." and the Jcffersouian Club of
Newark has nominated him for Presi
dent.in 1881 on a platform of his .own
The tonnage of the
Pacing coast is
i juuij passing i rem American to for
eign built vessels. During the past
year the tonnage of British vessels in
i he San Franeisco trade has doubled,
and that ot German vessels has nearly
doubled, while the American ships have
hardly held their own.
The Pope has received official intor.
motion ot the Crar's approaching
coronation. The question of the repre
sentation oi the Pope is under considera
tion and involves rreat difficulty, seeiug
that no Roman Catholic person can
fake any part ia the ceremony.
. Macon Telegraph-. The government
professes to be greatly troubled to know
what to do with the accumulating tons
of silver dollars. The Southern farm
ers, who were robbed after the war by
ottou taxes, would be willing to take
I hem, at their faee value, in return tor
he greenbacks that where illegally ex
erted from them by the unconstitution
al tax law in question. Here is a chance
10 et rid ot the silver by making resti
Philadelphia Press: Miss Burr, who
lias now become Mrs. David Davia,
Rust be ,xrttu askable woman, as she
,chd to marfVMr. Davis last fall on
aeeouttlof her'aYersiono the sort of
I'Qbllclife it would Impose upon her
during the Senator's last .winter in of
fie, aud, probably, while there was- a
possible chance for, him to become
I'residetit of the United States: Not
ttany 'young ladies in these days of
hition to shine and show off "at
Washington would postpone a wedding
too November to March on that ac
caut. Some of them, indeed, prefer
to get married twice ovef in order to be
the central figure ot a Washington sen
ation, . Mr. Davis haa more reason to
coaratxilated thaa xaodest people
The value of real estate in I Ausrusta. 1
Ga., has increased $200,000 within the j
past twelve months. !
In Italy the official returns for 1882
show a large falling off in ' the exporta
tion of wine. There Is no correspond
ing decrease in the supply in this
country, says the Boston Post, and
possibly never will tej so long as
forged labels and foreign bottles can be
procured. California will soon make
more foreign wines than foreigners
INDEX TO MEW AOYCRTWtttWTt.
Yatks X Lure 8tock I - I
W II Greejt Ganten Seed
Muxds. Bao8 Soda Water;
Otter bo into Spring Suiu
Ukissberokb Ester Cards
KxiGHTS or Iloson Local ad
. Kejich-NKB A Caldkr Bbo Groceiies
Cboxly Morri Cigars at A actio a
P L BiUTKi&9 & Co Nenfchatel CUeee
New York and Wilmington 8teamahlp Co
OSly two days left in which to regis
Election day, Thursday inext, Mureh
The receipts of cotton at thii port
to-day foot up 252 bales. . ' j
At 12 o'clock."!!!., to-day, 251 persons
had registered in the Third Ward.
None but those coming of agei next
Thursday can register on that day.
Steam boatmen report! good boating
water, but no freshet, in the Cape Fear.
Messrs. Cronly & Morris will contin.
uo to-morrow morning the sale of
Tho rteelpts ot rosin to-day
quite , neavinsr. laey , loot up
The ides of March have passed, and
no very destructive . tidal wave has
passed over the country.
now to plant potatoes by the moon:
If planted on the first or j last quarter
cut the potato into lour parts ; if planted
on the second quarter; cut the potato
into halves; if planted on the full moon,
plant the potato whole. ' I .:.
Knighfes of Honor.
Carolina Lodge No. 434. Regular
meeting this ovening at 8 o'clock. Full
attendance desired: it.
Maj. VV. L. Young has -been u the
city for several days past, the greater
portion of the time seriously indisposed.
but wo were glad to tea him on th
streets to-day looking! very iudt im-fwa
Messrs. Northrop & Cummins hare
had a new sign placed over the gate ; at
the entrance to their mill yard in the
southern portion ot the city. . It is very
neat in design and is the handiwork- of
Mr. George Kof?th,the bookeoper
Operations looking to the improve
ment of Sea Side Park Hotel were bc
sun to-day, and the work will bc ipush
ed uutil the contemplated chaiies -and
additions arc completed, and the hoiise
in made ready for the l-eception of
guests. : ; - ,; . ' :
On lait Saturdav niffht there were
150 Democrats iu the Second Ward
who had not registered, although many
of those have to-day enrolled their
names. This is a serious matter as the
Republicans are watching the books
closely and will be sure to take advan
tage of any remissness on the part of
the Democrats. '. .' J I
City Court, j
Scip Hill, colored, for bejug drunk
and disorderdy.was locked up until this
morning, when he was brought before
tlie Mayor, who concluded that a depos
it of $2.50 in the city treasurj lor five
days in the city prison Would pay for
the fun. Scip went below.
Said a sick young man from Fauquir,
Can St. Jacobs Oil be bough tier?
Yes, lor rheumatic pains, I
Neuralgia rnd chilblains, j . " 1 j "
Tis indeed sir, very mueh soughtier.
,; .To Builders and others-Go to Jaco
bi's for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Glass.
&c 'You can get all sizes
I iowwt prices.
The sofa in tho parlor of Mr Ww. J .
Penny's house on Dock, between Sev
enth and Eighth streets, caught lire at I
about one o'clock this afternoon. .Some
children were playing upon the sofa and
discovered the Are and ran out and gave
the alarm. v The flames! 'wero extin
guished; before ' serious damage was
done. Some matches, partially burned,
were found on the floor, and is it suppos
ed that they were on tha iofa : and the
chiUjen in their play caused I them to
' IJnrlfctt Alive.
John Tyler, an old graYC-diser at
Fa5tteTille, was eniajeo; in diggins a
well in that town on Friday last, and
when be. had dug to a depth of about 50
feet, a portion of the surrounding earth
caved in and buried him about 8 feet
beneath its surface. A force of men
were at once engaged in his rescue, but
when be was exhumed life was extinct.
An Important Decision.
A recent decision of the Supreme
Court of this State is of such genera
importance, and so completely con
travenes the prevalent opinion on the
subject, as to make it worth while to
notice it. 'There ' are many cases in
which dealers have .furnished supplies
for house-building and then taken liens
against the houses, under the mechan
ics" 'and ' labofers-lien law. They felt
themselves perfectly -safe in . doing so,
as the general opinion .has been ' that
these liens would stand against the
houses, but the Supreme Court has
recently decided-that suclj is not 4te
case. The lien protects the laborer, the
jman who did the work oa the house,
but it doe3 not covr the material or
any part of it. It Is important to own
ers of saw-mil 6 or other dealers 1n
builders1 supplies to know this.
Manv London. ladies crop their hair
short and wear an almost- entire wig. j
and consequently catch i cold more ire
quentTythan their American cousino,
but ef course they all use Dr. Bnli's
Cough Syrup. - -
! The Modern, Affe
For April is as bright and interesting as
R3ual Amng.tbe content are 4A Fa
ble and a Poem, by Ivan TonrgenieiF;
one of Theophile Gantler incom
parable , , stories, entitled,.' Diamond's
Daughter," and an amusing tale
by the late Greenville Murray, bet
ter knpwn to. the American public
asjthe author of '4The Boudoir.! Cabal'!
and "The Member for Paris." . "A
TreatLH) on Old Maids" will scarcely
be agreeable reading to that estimable
class of citizens: "Richard TTagner
o a Stage Mauager" ftnd ' 'Remin isceh
ces," by.Flotow, the composer of Mar
tha, are timely and readable. A num
ber of other articles, and the ably con
ducted editorial -departments furnish
forth an excellent journal. The Mod
ern Agt is published at Buffalo, X, )Y..
and the1 annual subscription pric
Sl.60. "P. r ;.
Homicide Near WiUon.
learn tha on Saturday last there
an afiray on the farm oi Mr. Jas,
rm. a . x it a- - - - nr z i H u
Tomlin; about four wiles from Wilson,
which "-resulted fatally to one of the
parties'.'- The iaets, as they were com
municated to us, -show' that a. colored
man, who lias the reputation of being a
desperate character, was a tenant upon
the plantation of Mr. Tomiin, and that
baring been into the towp of Wilson
during the1 day, had beconio Intoxicated
and quarrelsome. On his re urn, he got
into a dispute with a young man in the
yard in front, of Mr. Tomtin house,
and became iso abusive and - vile in his
language that the latter came out and
ordered him oft' the premises. The
colored mau refused t go until he was
readi-, and swore he would whip Mr.
Tomtiu, who is about 60 yers of age.
before he left. The latter reentered the
house, but knowing the character of the
man, Joaded bis gun for self-protection.
Just before night Mr. Tomiin started
for the 8tablea to take care of his horses,
and, feaCag the colored man might be
lurking about the premises, j took h if
gun with him. Arriving at the barn he
leaned the weapon against tho outside
of the building and entered. When; .the
colored Wn jumped 'out' beforovhlni
with terribll threats of violence. A
young man, who happened to be near;
sprung to the assistance Mr. Tomiin,
but the ruffian got the better of him and
rendered him helpless, air. Tomiin
stepped back, took his gun and started
for the house, the colored man pursu
ing with a piece of fence rail, muttering
vengeance. When near the house the:
latter quickened his steps in or
der to strike, and seeing no other "re
course, Mr. Tomiin fired with tatal
effect, Mr. Tomiin is described as a
very peaceable; qoietmanl! and it was
only a case of self preservation that
caused hlm io shoots j
Messrs. AL & I. Shrier, at 04 .Market
street, have received their first install
ment, of tw hundred and .City
Flannel Suiti which they warrant fast
color. ;Each coat has a label with; their
ro4 name, sewed pa" ,tkf JroU4r as a guar
antee to their genuine quality. Wont
fail to get a suit - ..
A Una asscrtocst cf Gura and PindJ
- Railroad Travel.
Wc arc informed by railroad men
that the travel over the VT. &. W. and
W. C. -& A railroads is greater this
6eason than it has been during the last
thirteen years. They say that the open
ing of the Kennesaw route, instead Of
decreasing the travel in this direction
has given it a decided increase
Two Days More.
It seems difficult to get people to un
derstand thatan entire new registration
is needed for this election! : No - matter
how many times a man may have pre"
yiously registered in the same ward, he
must register again if he would vote
at this municipal election. - It is wel1
enough to understand this. The time
is very short now, and there are but
two days more in which the registra
tion, books will be kept open.
The First Ward.
Things are getting lively in the First
Yardy hre aretw Republican ean
idalatea in the field there for I Alderman
for the same seat and the friends ot
each declare that they will stick. It is
Hopkins vs. Chadbourn and feeling is
running high. The Chadbourn men are
confident that he will be elected and the
i Hopkins ites claim .seventy-five per cent
of the.voting strength of the Ward and
areTwcf understand, betting' on their
man: As it is none of our 'funeral we
can look on aud.enjoy the fun.
4 Bishop Lyman preached at St. James'
yesterday morning and confirmed six
persons, five ladies and one gentleman
and at night at St. Paul's, where he
confirmed four, two ladies and two
gentlemen. . To night he will visit St
Mark's, where he will also preachf and
confirm ; r to-morrow : he will visit
Smithville, and preachlAt -St. Philip's
Church and to-morrow night he will
visit St,' John's, in this city. This wil1
close his Spring episcopal visitations in
this section, and on Wednesday he will
go to Rocky Mount. He will be in
Wilson on Easter Sunday. -
Death of Mr. Potter.
We are very sorry to hear of the
dearth oi Mr. Gilbert Potter, which oc
curred at his residence in Brooklyn, ft.
Y., last night, at 10:30 o'clock, of pleu
risy. Jdr. Potter was. about 70 years
; of age and was well-known and highly
ceteemed m this community for his
many sterling qualities of head and
heari.jEJeVas.the son of Capt. Gilbert
Potter, who resided t hero lor many of
the latter years of his life, who built the
handsome buildings now. occupied by
the ; principal portion of the Purcell
House and who sleeps in Oakdale Cemetery-:
Mr. Potter was a brother itj
law.to Mr. Edward Kidder, ot this ciiy,
Mrs. Kidder "having been hH sister, and
lie himself resided here rrom 183S to
1844. He has been engaged in the
naval stores business in Kcw York and
the old firm t Dollner, Potter & Co..
which was succeeded' some years back
by that of Gilbert, Potter & Co., was
well-known all over the country.
The Chamber of Commerce and the
Produce Exchange will meet to-morrow
to adopt suitable resolutions Jn regard
to his death. J
Cigars at Auction.
E WILL CONTINUE AND CLOSE
sale of those choice CIGARS at our Sales
Eoame, oa tomorrow (Tnesdav) at 10 o'clock,
A. aL. la lota to salt. 100 and upward cash,
and lauaedlate deliTery.
. . . CRONLY A MORRIS,
men 19 It ' - ' Auct'rs.
' A Large ptock
r BLANK BOOKS,
Paper and Enreloixs, :
School Sooks, H
. Papex Ba;s,
! Tw?n?'?l i "i U VtiYk".
Pkture Frames, . .
j ' Musical Instramenta, 4c, Sic.
wa D C. W. YATXS.
buster Card g.
LARGE ASSORTMENT. All new den
Frinfed and unf ringed. Call antl see
then at IIEISSRERGER'S.
mant of STEEL ENGRAVINGS,
not framed, for Parlor OrnamenU. At
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS .
THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED !
SEPARATE AND, DISTINCT
I - i
- KVERY SHADE, CUT AN1 PATTERN
Known to tiie Fashionable World. 1
And now i on Exhibition !
i ' -" at ;
MEN'S WE DEPOT,
22 241, 2G arid 28,
North Frout Street, Wllmiaglon Ni C-
mcti 19 ' ' ' h' ' .. ; 'i
A FRESH LOT EXPECTED TU DAY,
Extra Mess Mackerel
IN DESIRABLF. FACEAOE.
SUAR CURD HAMS, SHOULDERS, '
BREAKFAST STRIPS, Ac.
OUR "PRIDE" FLOUR
Ia'the Fimjat aod Whitest FLOITB old
W; did not receive bvr uual sxpply of
RUSTER'S CANDY Saturday, but it arrlred
today. ! Come earljr and make jaelcctions.
Will jiaTe a large eupply'next Fri'jsy or Snt
uidnr in good time for Easier. '
P. L. BEIDGERS & 00.
New York & Wilmington
SATURDAY, at o'clock, P. M.
REG UTuVTOSm . .
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Lading and Lowest
Through Rates guaranteed to and from Points
- . i- , - .
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For Freight or Passage apply to
TH9MAS K. BOND, Superintendent,
! I . Wilmington, N. C
THEO. G. EGER, Freight Agent,
35 Broadway, New York,
WK. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents.
men 19-tl. , ,
QN AND AFTER TO-DAY WE WILL
keep the most delicious Ice Cold Soda.
Pure fruit Juices only used.' -
1.491 BROADWAY, NEW. "YORK,
AND WIBMINGTON, N.'C.
mch 17,,. ., -ifivt v , Z n$Lfl . .
S tttoiaS ot uwi cX thm wont ana ei iar r
lA IfiOcmef, Xtmt, I riU Ma TWO EOrXLi-S F&.t-
P. P. JONES,
1 LINTON, N. Cs; ATTORNEY AND Oonn-
Xyill practice ia any part of
LeEiat; Sperlil attenUoa 'Itea w'tio'eflf
cUca ct c!Ui. tzvt I- lj
. STEAMERS . J"!
SAIL FROM NEW
Lard. - : Mola
y Flour, Sugar, 6c.
100 B?xcs SnioLea D s. siDrs,
li Tubs LARD, . j ' i
r; - 100 Hhds'aed Bbls MOLASSES. -1000
BbU FLOUR, ourpopukrhraadi,
5 Bbls C, Kx C and Gran. SCGA.E,
1)0 Basra COFFEE, all STadVs, !
soa Boxes CANDLES;' ; 1
loo Boxes SOAP,
u0 Boxes STAECH. For ilo by
mchlS KERCUNKR & BU03.
t ... . . . .
Easter Hats and BonnbtsH
I , AM SECErvjNG i DAILY 3a tLAHG-
rand beautiful line of goods : 1 ; ' f ' i
II ATS, BONNETS, WREATHS, LACE CAPS ;
' FEATIIERS, LACEM oi ail dwcrlptlons.
AH.klnds of HOSIERY. fr Ladies '"..'.
-r . - ;jnd Children.'-- -
The LadiesXre Invul-f to examine my stock;
will take pleasure In" bhowlng tUejry ALa a
lot of TOYS just rceclred. , Hair wcrlc docJ
to order. Country orders proropUy atteaded
to- , i ' MIW.: k jliilwEB. ' .
mrlilt-St v r l 42 Market fit., 1
' - D o n 1 1; Pay Rp ntL::
DURING THE ' I'AVFlFTEliNV
years I have gold a, largo Jiuia- 'r
ter of houses and lot ia this cltr oa f
iun j-ueiauuent ,pian iQ,
arc now IItIdg: iree and
of landlords. ; If not for
them would still lc pavlnpf rent aud rroaxun,?
under landlord rulo. Others, by paying sola
iimuuuui monmiy, now. own two to" three
houses ; onj party owua tlx and another own
seven. To begin on an- upward path tha la
stalmeut plan has jroTcn to be a glorious awv
Ces..- It Is wonderfal" how rapidly small
amounts ffrow into big flurM; Lullauur lota
for salo on the Instalment plan eltuatod oa '
Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, NlBth,Tenth. Dlt5.
inson, Klerenth, liay.v Twelfth,. Thirteenth.
Castle, Church, Xun, Ann,- Oranjo, Cfltnm.
Walnut! .Mulberry, Ked Cross, (iwyan. CJiax.
lotte and Rankin struts. ' :
Money loaned to those wUhinjr in bnlld. :
mchis-lm ; Apply to- JAMiSi t WILSON. -
A Complete Assortment
SPRING & SUlVDIEIt
"TECEIVED TO-DAY, i WlLI? BE OPEN
for inspection to-iaorrow.lv'-.!' ' " i
, Those of my lady customers wbu hare been
awalUog the aril val of thette"jd--aod,oth'
rr will flad amonjr them the Scweet and
Latest and Pretllel Sfj les and Designs. ;
' ' ---.--( ' ,
A large assortment of the well-known Cor . I
' . - " - t . . . ' !
Use" Linea Collarsall styl.. Lafiles ' antt '
ChUdren's. ,,. .,.
A call aud an cxauiinatiou of stork U re
apectfolly aollcltcd... . -... , . 4 i y
MISS E. KARRER,
mch 15 . ; EXCHANGE COXtNER. :
4 NOT1IER LOT JUST RECEIVED,
Arid for sale bfV f i v
GILES & MURcirrsox.
mh 12. ; . 38 and 40 Murctlsoa Block
pEAS, BEANS, CORX, CABBAGE, : Ttt; -
nip, Sqitash, ColUri;'Ridisa,',iarl'1:l I 1
A fine selection of Flower Beed. ' ;H
rorsaieiiyi . --..-: i
i j r WILLIAMI. GREEX.
mch 6 . r : , . . . . JirogUt.
The Plaoo to'Bdy
PUrXERS i"1: ' V ' If ACKERS, - '. v I.
DI PPKRS, - . , . WUliTTERS.
HACK-WEIGHTS, Ac, &C, Ac -Best
of goods at Rock Bottom prices. A
full and complete stock of Hardware atieayt
on hand. :;., . - . - ,
W. E. SPRINGER CO..
Successdrs to John Iawson A Co..
19. 21 and 23 Market Street
If Tou Would be; iHapp?
BUY A COOK STOVE. I
j'The Golden Harvest,"
Or, "SOtJTnEIt!; OAIw' !
Or ' PAEKElt & TAYlilC-
Pure White OH. .v-' tach i
OLKOM AHJ AIIfSK.
' TEAS, '
MOLASSES. .AcT Sr.. Ac
i- . - - ...,v .
i For sale at low prlirdl Wy. ; -
TJ N DKIi NEW "MAN AG L illlNT,
-' :- ; wiLTrr?-c:ro:f. if. c
Lata PrcrrlcK-x A'JL--.:. !. " ' -
warm a. - . jm j J .