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. m six months, H-W. Three
'TT,. r month. ocst.
j,2rerd by earrtere free
ff?" yptrtof theeity. sttbeatxrre
Utrtfir ha the largest
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ftmwo. of neorgia. baa f Ueo j
ri.l- , t 1
Mr. i u- . -
K. C. Suss ir -TVi.
Lt, str. tu lie aramh
4 ! Taeiua .ivnrrtoii. wno is
x ::!: in; txr.u-.tum
1 r C.i.ci;j I r 1'lH ' declares j
a siaste itepub'.ican district .in
U,. hisercr ra.l a relation j
( IH ISl.U HIUH" i
.era! ItjUr's li".e: Thia is the
Vw'.:o-r.iry iu the world for a poor
ui-i. Except whn h U marriad ho
hertidjaib p'ea?cs with j
t..it U- mVcs
the H Mil
t!.e juansgso cdiluf f
;i . turuishca this scriptural exotic:
T1 c ircat art ol running a newspaper
i ihc ar. ol guc$?ii; vhcre hell i liable I
''W MJOsC '
i:c Uepub!:.cau ct-diJale lor Gorcrnor
uflcd-abain U. is tnthusiastic tor
lien. SJ;eruiao notainaiion for he
VfL-ildeiicy at Chicago.
Krpuo.'ican Conrciiman returning
ir in V.ub:D2ton. the correspondent
oi the Jloston Journal says, all confirm
lU impresiion that there U not a preal
enlial taom for any candidate viable
The priullnz lor the New Jerwy
legislature, which has hitherto cr-at
10.000 for each session, haa been con
tracted for by the Courier Companj.toi
Caudeo, for $1,000 under the bill pass
cd at the last aession.
Ju'aa Jarrclt, the ex-prcaidcnt ol the
Aaa'iaiuatcd Association of Iron and
Stttl Wotkcrs. U a candidate for Con
rva ta the TitUburg district, at present
re: related by Mr. Hopkins. Tho
I.t'j-:r Tribune glrcs him a good sendoff
and thinks his knowledge of tariff mat
ters tils him admirably for the work of
representing the Smoky City in Con
gress. Matthew Condy died in St. Louis a
a Uw dj ao and his relative sent a
telaram accoanclog the fact to h'u
brother, James Condy. at Hancock,
Md. Bat CTea while one telegram was
comiog east another was going West to
tell Matthew of the death of James.
Tha brothers, old men. had died almost
at the same hoar, though neither had
known ol the other's Illness.
A strong influence is ' being brought
to bear on the New Vork Cotton Ex
change for a return to the $13 60 per
one hundred bales commission, instead
ofS,tbt present charge. The indi
cations are. if this is not agreed to, that
the organization of the Cotton Ex
change will bejeopardixed,andacoUoa
t all arranged for on tie Produce Ex
At the establishment Cof the famous
dog modiste ol Paris, Mme. redouble,
are small mata and rcgi on which the
animals repose while waiting their turn
to try cn their garments. There are
dresses tor different hours and temper
a:ures of the day. Blue is the morning
wear, with a bunch or violet at the left
shoulder. Sealskin paletots are for cold
4ats, the fur collars being mounted in
CcajTeaahas now before it two
scheme looking to the establishment
ola Bureau of Ubor Statistics. Mr.
lUair. of New Hampshire, has iu the
Senate a bill providing for the tormation
ol a bureau oX labor atatiaUca to be at
cached to the Interior Department and
to have a chief at $2,500 per sear and
the necessary clerks. Their duties xre
to make an annual report to tha Secre
tary of the Interior on ' the general
Seuator-Elect Payne, of Ohio, baa a I
tariff record. He once said, and prob
ably still holds, that "a jodkious tariff
for is not one for protection only, nor
revenue only, nor again lor
rattuue with the ahadowed outlines of
an accidental tailapended to it. but it Is
a tariff cf both revenue and protection
one atd inseparably adjusted and per
fected so as to do justice to the great
fatertits of the country and Injustice
IIDU TO RIW AOVIRTItEMtlTS.
A A I FltClEK Police
Ores. 1!oi'k Our Uoblioa
Vf L I Atonal MliUiry Uali
Tutu C CKArr. Agt fumltorr
C W VATbA I cUjcji, JourD&U, An
r L nuooil) A Co Ox Tall Soup
KkftCULlC A Caldlc IIkos Klolt
I'aeker A TATixja OolJto IIrreet
Mods Ukj. A DkBomet Oaloa bei
T K fcrxiXGCx A Co Sport srian'- Ocmh?
MclHicoALt A Xkwio" AjMerdful Mu
CoroIIa llirwlt Council No. in, lMyal
linn. ATi"l."w AddeU wn in lUJelgU
i on Saturday. .
I T1C receipts of cotton at thi port to-
Jay ftot up WO bale.
u jtvinaf Uceii. hcnCe. arrived
ponce; Decojlh. j
bebr. l idclle. toller, elearcu at
Baltimore. Jan. 12th. lor this port.
f t T
Gcr. barque (.udwiy, Schauer. hence.
-arrived at Falmouth, Eng., Jan Uth.
Cornelius Harnett Council No. 231
lloyal Arcanum, meets to-night at 8
o'clock. 1 It
Mr. KobertH. McKoy.iof thi cityf
cca appointed by tne: (.overnor a
Sherift Taylor, of Brnswick couiUy.
was the eighteenth to settle with the
Sute Treasurer. He aid-in $-2.6.80.
Schr. Allic fi. Jiumham. Taylor,
(rom New York, arrived j at Perth
Am boy Jan.. ICth. to load for this port.
Ml. J. W. Grenam. of HalUville,
Duplin county, gate us the pleasure ct
a Visit this morulnr. He slates that
th recent cold snap was intense in Its
severity in his section-
Au excursion par.v of colored pcoplo
from Rockingham and Intermediate
points on tho Carolina Central Railroad
arrived in the city yesterday. There
were about 10O in the party.
Sheriff Ward, of Pender county, was
in Raleigh and settled with the Slate
Treasurer on Friday last. He paid in
$3.3Sd.l0 and the seventeenth to
From our Congressman. Hub.
Wharton J. Green, we have received a
pbamphlct descriptive of the Tokay
Vineyard, near Fayettcvllle,' lor which
we render our acknowledgments.
The Kctas and Observer says: The
order prescribing tho uniform for the N.
C. S G.h&s been sent fron the Adjutant
General' office. The uniform fills all
the requirements of showiness, elegance
and usefulness, say all who have seen
it. . i1
The Sunday Morning , Mail made its
first appearance yesterday. It is a
handsome issne. well printed on good
paper, -and replete with interesting
matter. It is to be issued every Sunday
morning, at $2 a vear. We wish it
much success. j
Capt. T. J. Green, ao long and favor
ably known as the commander of the
s tea m e rXorth Slaic. la now in command
of the Bladen, Capt. Irving Robinson,
also well known, a; i steam boatman
oo the Cape Fear, now has command
of the Korlh Slate.
' Our good .friends of tbe Augusta
Chronicle have placed us under obliga
tions for a handsome specimen of the
work turned out by the Chronicle Box
Factory, recently established in that
city. It is a handsome bon-bon box and
evidences both care and taste in the
manufacture. The Factory makes
boxes of all kinds for mercantile, pur
poses and offers to duplicate Northern
prices. As a praiseworthy Southern
enterprise we wish it much success. .
At Home. ,
Mr. Matt. J. Heyer and his bride, of
whose marriage in St. Louis we spoke
some days since, have arrived in the
city, alter a tour to the North which
was not a very extended ouej because of
the very severe weather. They were in
Cincinnati on last Saturday week, tbe
1 5th inst. and while they were there tho
.thermometer was dezrees beloi
Sax Fraxcisco, ,Ual. Chan Hon
Choc. President of the six com pan ie?,
gives the following to tbe press. Hi
statement Is endorsed by leading Chin
ese merchants, among whom are:
LeoocPok Hing. President Sam Yip
Co., Yce Yam Chow; President Yeong
Wo Co.. Wong Shok Loo. President
Hop WoCo.1 Chan Hon Chec aays:
We regard Su Jacobs Oil, as tne most
wonderful medicine in the world, as a
cure tor pain.
nan. oarque uaicon, ivaiaooii. nence. Mf Jo3Cpa Jefferson and hit corn
arrived at Hull. Kng.. Jau. ltth. L,nv nrrJ In ih itv list r.Iirht in
WILMINGTON- N. C MONDAY; JANUARY
' Superior Court. j
j A'tpcciAl term ol New Hanover
f Superior Court convened at lb Conrt
lllousottiis morning. Judge Gilmer
jpreIdins. There bat a large &uionnt
of business accumulated, there being
i more than .X case? on thedockot. which
: baa made this special term necessary.
I The Court will sit until all the baiioess
I U diiposed of. which will, it is thought.
. . . : .1
be "CcomplUhcd ' bout thr wLS.
f Wo were pleased to receive a call this
morning from Mr. J. I. Jamison, at one
time a resident of this city, but now of
Florence. Mr. Jamisou has many
friends here who were pleased to meet
him again. He was formerly on the
routo as express messenger between
Ihid city and Columbia and now runs
between Florence and Augusta. He
has served the express company faith
fully for the past thirteen years.
his special car. the "Davy Crockett." In
which they travel, sleep and eat They
havo everv anuliancefor comlort and
convenience in traveling 'without re
course to the hotels. The company
will appear at the Opera House to-night
iu Sheridan's famous comedy of "The
Rivals." and from indications there
will be a crowded house to witness the
Of this piece, which will be presented
by Rice's Pleasure Party at the Opera
House on Thursday uight, the 17th
Inst., tho Bridgeport (Conn.) Morning
Tho piece is a musical medley which
affords a number of clerer performers
an opportunity to present their versatile
specialties in an amusing manner. The
action of the piece was accompanied by
the rendering of a Urge number of pop
ular gooes and snatches from the
operas, all of which served to ,mako
quite an enjoyable entertainment.
It. 13 with great regret that we learu
of the distressing accident xvhlch befell
Rev. D. Morrelle. at his residence in
this city on last Saturday night. In
waikiog across his dressing room he
stepped upon a piece of oil ololb upon
the floor aud slipped and fell, breaking
his leg near the ankle. The fracture,
we understand, is a simple onct
and we trust soon to hear of bis eutire
recovery. There will be. however,
wroks of suffering and confinement be
fore this is accomplished. .
The annual military ballot' the Wil
mington Light Inf antry will be given on
Wednesday, the 10th inst., in Germania
Hall and if we judge either by the suc
cess of its predecessors or the -great
efforts that are being made by the com
mittee in charge iu preparation for this
event, we arc suro that it will be emi
nently successful. Among other things
tbe lady friends of the company will
furnish refreshments. Tbe event is
looked forward to with much interest
and there will doubtless be a large and
happy gathering on that occasion.'
Death ot E. F. Martlu.
We sincerely regret to learn that
Edward F. Martin, colored, well known
to many of our citizens as tbe promo
ter, organizer and Superintendent of
the Wrightsvilte & Onslow Railroad,
died at about 4 o'clock yesterday after
noou at his residence on Tenth, between
Market and Princess streets. His dis
ease was pneumonia and he was sick
just one week, having been attacked on
the previous Sunday. The deceased
was about 4G years of ace aud leaves a
wife and three children. He came here
from Atlanta. G a., soon after the sur
render and married in this city. He
bad made arrangements for an Impor
tant meeting of tho stockholders ot tbe
railroad company, which was to have
taken plaoe to-day, and quite a number
of influential colored men from abroad
have arrived here to be in attendance,
some of them coming from Pennsyl
vania and Virginia. "The funeral took
place at St. Mark's Church at 2 o'clock
this afternoon and thence to Pine Forest
Cemetery for interment.
. Dr. M. O. Bonn, a Wilmingtoniaa by
birth, but who has been absent from
the city for the past 12 years, the most
of the time in Tennessee, has returned
hero aud henceforth will practise his
profession in his native city.
Cancers and Other Tumors
are treated with unusual success by
World'a Dispensary Medleak Asiocia
tioa. Buffalo, N. 'X. Send stamp for
pamphlet. - .' -
The Lrectnre. t "
There was a packed -congregation at
the First Baptist Church last 'night to
listen to Iav. Ir, IVitchar'd sermon Ho
young men, which was the second of
his scrie?. It was a discourse of greal
power and was 'listened to with pro
found attention and interest.
raunteand HpIspv nrirnf two
.. whitB wom'eo (,.,am) lbo
Hollow, and John Sherman, colored.
were brought before, the Mayor this
morn ing charged with disorderly cons
duct. They were found guilty and a
fine of $5 in each case was imposed
Sherman paid his fine, and tbe women,
in default of the money, wore sent be
low for 20 days. ! -J
Robert Langdou, colored, was cross
ing the W. & W. R. R. track, in this
city, near. Eighth street yesterday
morning ju$tat a time when'the shifting
engine was approaching. The whistle
was blown by the engineer, but was not
heard, as Langdon was quite .deaf, and the
engine struck him upon the shoulder and
knocked him. violently to the ground,
causing injuries from which he died this
morning. He lived on Campbell, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets. Ho was
about 70 years old and leaves a wife
and family. j
I)r W G Curtis, of Sruithvilie, was in
tbe city to-day and from him we learn
of some extensive improvements which
are now being made to the Hotel Bruns
wick at that place which, when com
pleted. will render it one of the most
attractive places on the Atlantic Coast.
The additions will cover a space of S2x
88 leet, and will consist of a ladies, re
ception room, agents reception room,
billiard room, bar. barber shop, luuch
room and ball room, the latter to be
32x66 feet.' Mr, J. D. Sublett, of New
York, a gentleman who comes South
with excellent recommendation, will
havo charge of tho hotel as the Manas
ser. It la expected that the house
will bo thrown open to (guests about the
first of June The accommodations
will be ample as well as the facilities
to bo supplied by three passenger boats
on the river constantly plying- between
Wilmington aud Smithville, and there
is therefore every reason to expect that
the forthcoming season will be a gay
one at the Hotel Brunswick,
The violation of any of nature ' laws
brings warning by the feeling of dis
comfort. Exposure will induce colds.
throat diseases. consumption etc, all of
which gtve4warmng by a troublesome
cough. Use Dr. Balls Cough Syrup
in time, aud remove both the cause and
effect of your discoin fort.
For Focket Knives or Table Cutlery
so to Jacobi1 HardwareDepot f
GENT COVERING THIS SECTION CAN
hare agency Samples small. Corns, cash,
ft, earnad 1,200; . C. tTWIn'S. Box 1.371
New York. . jan 14-1 1
FULL FLEDGED -QQLDKN HAB
ibaT". That's the kind of COOS STOVE
WE KEEP. They are a thing of Beauty and
Joy to EVERY HOUSEHOLD. Only sold by
' PARKER, A TAYLOR,
j PURE WHITE OIL. . jan 14
Annual Military Ball
F THE WILMIHGTON LIGHT INFANT
BY.. WEDNESDAY, January ISth. m. 9
o'clock, P. M., at GERMANIA HALL.
Tlelet for Gentlearen $1. No charge lor
A rjerciful TJlan
jg MERCIFUL TO HIS BEAST. THIS IS
a gentle hint to owners of "unblanketed"
borses. . The place to Ujay any price Blanket
you want, together with Lp-robes. Carriages,
Baddies, Harness, Trunks, Satchels, Bags,
Ac , Is at -
MC DOUG ALL A BO WD EN'S,
jan 14 No. 114 North Front Si
WE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
ot English and Belgium Breech Loasters
ever brought to this market. Also a first
etas stock of Shells, Wadding, Primers,Cart
ridge Bags, Gun Caps, Game Bags, Ac In
fact we can show a stojk ot Hardware. Good
gooda and guarantee prices. '
W. E. SPRINGER A CO.,
Successors to John Dawson A Co..
JanU 19,21 and 23 Market saeet
! Onion Sets, White and Red.
A FRESH SUPPLY JCST RECEIVED
AUo, full assortment of
FRESH GARDEN SEED, I
PATENT MEDICINES, i
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, .
CIGARS ia rreat variety, Ac , Ac.
Muriels Bros. & OeRosset,
- ! " m Ntw Drugstore. '
jxa ll , Itarket and Seeojii 6 tree u.
ONE NIGHT ONLY 1
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17.
Jlret appearance to this riiy. of -
Rice's Pleasure ( Party ! ;
In W.Glll'a Aluticl Comedj of . j
OUR GOBLINS !
, Amaalnjr ! Amnftln ! : Amusing ! - -Magnificent
Scenery! Appropriate CoBtutfje!
Lnder personal direction of W. Henry lUce.
A flrtt-clMs, genteel jerzornance In erv
SartiottJar. ' Box Sheet opens ai Dyer Tne
& 7 morning. Reeervea $1; Admlwlon 75c
anu dm;; uaitcry soc . jan4 4t
Pianos and Organs, I
"VTADE I BY TUB MOST CELEBRATED
Manufacturers, endorsed by the leading and
eminent pianists of the day, and warranted
not to blister and peel off in two or three
months ; but are guaranteed to reeiatthe at
mo'pherlc changes of - the South equally aa
well as any Piano or Organ made, and to im
prove In quality of tone by use.
Call and examine these famous Instruments,
Jan U lire Book and Muslo Stores
German Kainit ! 4
j IMPORTED DIRECT !
IFOR SALE IN LOTS TO gtriT BY
Kerchncr & Calder Bros,
Jan U Wilmington , N. C
Ledgers, Journals, Days,
JJL.YNK BOORS OF ALL S1ZKS AND
Btyles of Binding.
Memorandum Bke, Letter Books, Invoice
Books, Receipt Books J ' - .
Lithographed Draft, Note and Check Books,
In stock and made to order.
All ktndj of Oflico and Fancy Stationery.
Wrapping Paper and Papor Baga, Twine,
Ac, at lowest market prices.
YATES' BOOK STORE,
j 119 Market Street
milE FIRM OF A. A I. SHRIEK 18 THIS
day dissolved by mutual coneeot. Ilthcr of
the undersigned Is authorized to collect and
receipt for any and all debts duo the said firm.
fJIHE UNDERMIGNED WILL CONTINUE
the same buslsesB, but on a much larger scale,
both In wholesale anl retail. My aim Is to
make FINE CLOTHING a specialty, and do
strictly an honest and straightforward bnsi.
mm, guaranteeing satisfaction in all respects.
jan 14 114 Market Street
Ox Tail Soup.
JJEADY FOr' USE ON TABLE, CONVE
NIENT TO HOUSES: ESPERS AND ECON
OMIC A K
WE HAVE ALSO
Canned Tomatoes & Okra.
Makes elegant Soop.
Soap thrown In
Receipt for making
SU0AE CURED HAMS
SUGAR-CURED STBIPe A SHOULliERS.
Call earty before tbe rush. I
P. L. BRID.GEES & 00.
1 1 0 North Front St.
T n 14
Apples ! Apples ! Apples I
AppFes I Apples I i
Qg CRATES GOOD KEEPING APPLES
a hand . Selling cheap.
At 1L McDOUGALIS.
No. It Ckutxat St, bet. From and Water
Jaa 11 nXalggtCT, c.
" - PT.HAftS ROTICg.
vrs wn be g!a4 ta reccTva ecsatx&ttoa
ftenoufefesdaeaasy tad ali r:-; . -
SSMraJ Interest but " "
J?rWaama of tha wrttar smat ahrara U ra
vammToucaaoma anal b written t oat
onasldeof the paper ' ' ?
Personalities must be aToldad.! j ;, -1
And It la especially and tarttaiiia.rH ni
atood that the Editor doss sot alkays endot
the news of oorrecpondenta nnVfsa so state
In the edltorUI oolnmna. - I
Q P ERA HO US E.
Monday Evening, Jant I4.
MR. JEFFEUSOV...as....'BOB 'ACRES'.'
lnfehcridan'g Famous Comeylyof the
Wita the following Great Cast;
Mr L6 Eo,Mns' " Sir AnfnyAbsoluS
Mr ri.h w,,i,,?;"JI Capteta - AbsoJnta
xif Aba- riunkeu....aa ....Sir Lucias
ML Rosa Cand........as....Lydu LaognlsJ
. The advance sale of seats eotomences Wed
nesday, Jan. 9, at Dyer's Prtowst-Parqnet'e
J? ".'1 rows in Balcony Reserred
I .50. Dress Clrclo and ltalcony. ReSie4
L General Admission to Balcony! McTiaT
lery, S5c, . t ' JanTttJi
QUR STOCK Or WINDOW SHADES Las
been replenished during tha' past Week, and
we are showtog)m very Handsome pit.
. i . , i
terns. A full line of fine and medium
PARLOR, CHAMBER, LIBRARY
! ND DINING ROOM SUIT.
MATTRESSES of all kinds An ttock and
made to order.
THOMAS C. CRAFT, Aeentl
i 10 So. Front St
QF TBE LOT OWNERS OF OAKpALK
CEMETERY will bo Iheld at the Company's
umco, aionuay jsvening, January J4th. at IW
RICHARD J. JONES.
Sect'y and Twas
rjlHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
extsUng between W. H. A J. A. MONTGOM
ERY Is thia day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. A. Montgomery assumes all llabUltles and
is alone authorized to collect and receipt for
any and all debts due tbe said firm. I
W7 U. MONTGOMERY,
I. A MONTGOMERY..
January 12, IBii t ' ' "
JHE ONDEKSIGNED WILL CONTISOK
the bualacps of the late firm of W. II. ft jj A
Montgomery and solicits the general' support
of his f rien-ls. J. A. MONTGOMERY,
'Jan 12 tf i r-' : . j
I WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN ONE of the
most; . . .. .
Desirable Summer) Places "
on the tlanMc coaet, situates on Greenrllle
Sound, flu miles from Wilmington, on bholl J
Eoa-J. Tho Isnd 1 in a HIGH STATE OF
CULTIVATION and will support an ordinary
elzod family. On the place are Pears, Peach
es. Apples. Cherries, Figs and Grapes IN
ABUNDANCE. Oysters. Fish. Crabs and
Shrimp to be had at tbe door every day. I .
nov25-law3m m WM. A. CUMMlNOlj
James A. Lovrey,
TSXHEELWRIGUT. BLACKSMITH AND
General Repairer of Carriages and Vehicles
Work of all kinds attended td without delay
Thanking myfrlcnds for favors extended to
me in tho past, I solicit their kind favors and
their patronage in future. After an expert. '
enee of forty.four years aa a Mechanic under
Capt W. H. Bobbltt. of Warren ton, and la
Wilmington, I am now prepared to conduct
tbe work in all Its branches in a good and
Place of business, on Princess, between 3rd
and 4th streets. .j, noy 20-oaw.tf
fiankmpt Sale of Boots
and Shoes. '
J have bought tbe entire Bankrupt Stock- o
Dryf oos ft Sternbergcr and will close It out at
less than . j" ..
i ... ; . i , .-:
This stock Is known far and wide as! the
HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED of
any In tbe city, and aa the goods are rolng to
be sold very low for cash only It will . pay
purchasers to examine same before . baying
elsewhere, -.!- ,.,
tUsi 12 . A. DAVID.
Binding. WILL DO .Binding.
I . -v i.
Don't Forget It. r
rjWE OLD NORTH STATE SALOON Las
on hand fine lot of those nORNE GARDEN
OYSTERS stajked on Ice. eare the best
brought to thU market. Call, and; i y them.
A Lo, Beer. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. -
. JAS. M. McGOWAN A bON,
jan t - Jo 6, South Front at
17. & E. S. LATI3IER,
1 " Attorneys-at-Law.
Ofice 3. E. Cor. Prlaceis and Water Su.
jaa i-lm . . . , . .j .