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.an an. I VOL. VIII. V LMINGTON- N. C MONDAY. JANUARY 21. 1884.
NO. 18
stoo.1 that the Editor does noi always endc
tho TteTs of corre?poRlnU u&leaa o state t
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Rabbi Hirsb F cf Grcis
i: - IIur.,-ary. a rromtcent leader
P; Je .i thought "f-1
s-.thcaoofcijbty-two ers.
r.atrr-irC:cvc.aad dues na think
r': r iiaz ir.crfcre with bit official
. as l Lc i often ccn oa tho boulo-1
rJ aboat Albany in a handomo
Kx-St;s:f Simon Cameron will
'rtJe the IU Spring. Ark . ou the
jtb trux.. I if Mexico. He it itr much
tiurUalA thin when he started on
1:1 ioir&j.
laOii joatzest son and hi
m are c&: allowed to accept an in?i-j
:kL2vt any J-r: hAtever without
Uii'. LV:c5:iIred prmiii!on from
fir Mi:y.
cjw:e Swtrbrick. who died In New
o;ii ca Tuesday, wa one of tbe
ea!:L;et: nsrehaatt o! that city, na
carried the sUler of Archbishop GiU
cf Uiitixaore.
William J. Wise, who died at Vin
oennes. Ind.. recently, was kuown a
tLe mnh'onairo roi.er.M III will dli
vtttrUs many relations andthedoca-
etc.. U to contested.
beceral Sheridan will noon make his
aua! pilgrim a (o to bU old home in
Ol'ol) Tiilt bis mother. She U 83
jrn o'J. and .the s;eneral never nej
:: to visit tcr occe a year.
ietr) I). PciUips. fl New Vork. has
stated a half mile ta one minute and
tiiirty scocd4 said t i be the fastest
t:s55 ercr caaJe He is oieg to Canada
'i traiei: tio champions there.
fte rewptioa tendered to Speaker
Car:.': by Lto Coax mon wealth Clnb, of
rhilaJeipbia. w3 held oa Saturday
s He was met by about one
VrjissJ i'eaciylvania DemocraU.
F. W Tharbfr. wb retires from i
Vjiiscsi ta New Vork. is estimated to !
twcrth 2.000.000. He bean with
feir daliars and gradually built up a
cw.c;l irecrry covet m. His aj is
S'tJ.foiT.
Ice popularity of Christmas Day in.
cntKjjearly la Scotlan d. where for
ccrly it was bat little obterved. A
Metier for C.O00 was sivca to the poor
f Glasgow la IboCitv Hall, the lerd
JroTcst rrtsldlng.
Irsu Clara Schumaun plays cc
aaioai::y at concerts iu Berlin. "She
i a!esro!4 lady." writes a corres
miiz;. -and she is immensely
VUr. Her hair is wbUn4b ba
Ate: experimenting for many 3 ears,
Dr. C HcIIaud has produced a'lobomo
'eaj.sethat emits no smoke. It
Uea ssccessfolly running oa the
ttira raUrcad. between Boston and
rCa. for three weeks.
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o!i 1 barl ?,a Sl- Jtcobs
wacretl of pain.
T yo3 Dysd a real good first class
ki3X stowe. dcai fail to e the Ex
-Aor Pec a.. 7rh v. .nri v.
paerald. beeidet others. They are to j
te fjced at factorv nrinvi at Jacobi.
h ths maacfacturery agent, t
Icr lcra White Lead & Paint, and
wxiest stock of Window Glass and
wwtat prices for good articles be sor
!l2JfJoobrs Hardware Depot! t
Sportsman's Qoods.
Wf l4V? THC TISTifT XSSOBTUEST
f-vyT!ft 4ow o lUnlmw. Good
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LOCAL NEWS.
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IIOII TO MEW ADVrSTISEMEIITS.
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Hihiek' win Kctt Kort
Tuos C Csxrr. Agt raroJtcr
T L nIt;GB5 A C x TaU 5ni
fr.r'm:Kc McCslia A sUtcIcj'
KcEcaytB A Caioeb Bku Groccr
C r fATt Le Jcr. Jourol, A
SfOlJ Pn A PeKos'ET 'Jiloa
Kxionrs or UoKOS-Kejalir 3IcetIo5
w r frfBtyOEB A Co Sport stnao God-2
M-poriiLt. 4 BrwTe a Mcrclfa! Man
For ether locals sec fourth pa so.
U"od wa retailing th:. morn ins at ,
PScnl lo SI a load.
sinco Saturday t.l.-ht upwards ot fiiy;
flRs of mber hsreiirriTed ln thl5 mar. J
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Tbij morninz was very cold colder.!
wo iciDK. taan on any morn in s since
the recent rury &crero weather.
!? a 1 t
Chwtnut .trt:. between Second and
Third. U buried in
somctbinc eficctual be
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mud. Cannot
done to relieve
A gold seal ring, with the letter 0 on !
it. wat loat on the street a few days ago
Tho finder will be liberally rowarded if
he will bring it to this oflice. i
Schr. Miry E; Amtdcn McGnire,
cleared to-day for 1'eocc, 1. H.. with
210.000 feet lumber, valued at $2.750
hipped by Messrs. Northrop & Cum-
Our locum tenens i sick. He baa
fouht for a week past against the fcelf
lag but has at length been compelled
to yield to it. ThH fact will account
for the unusually interesting miscellany
of news which wo present to-day.
. Thanks to Mr. ncinsberger for a
copy of the "Illustrated Church Annual,
a Handbook of Parochial Work and a
Calendar and Clerical Directory for, the
Vestry, the Clergyman's Study and the
Family Circle." It is. Indeed, an epit
ome of valuable information for the
1 members of tho Episcopal Charch.
Sold by Mr. Heiniberger, at 50 cents.
Kufghts of Honor.
Carolina Lodge No. 431. Regular
meetinsr this rvrnlnir nt 71 nVWt. Full
! attendance desired. It.
The Lecturo To-Night.
Key, Dr. Hawthorne will lecture in
Tilestt a Upper Room this evening In
behalf of the Wilmington Library As
sociation. Subject: "Bo True to Thy
self.1 If the Interest which is felt in
tbe presence of this distinguished di
Tine in oar city is any indication, we
feci assured that tho Rooms will be filled
this evening by a rarely appreciative
audience.
' Fear for Ills Safety.
Sotuc fears arc entertaincdjas to the
fate of a colored man by the name of
Thomas McKtnsey. well-known to
many here. It oems that McKinsey
is engaged in getting out 6hingles in a
swamp near Rocky Point but that he
vlalta bis wile, who lives here, regularly
every two wwks, turning over to her at
that time his wages. It is now nearly
a month since he has been heard from
and as he has heretofore been very re;
! u'.ar in hia visits home serious fears as
j to his safety are entertained by his wite.
A Biff Fresh C'omtn.
Capt. Tboruton. of the Xorth $itct
tells u that we may lck out for a gen-
luitobig fresh in the river tbi timo
I lie says that there has becu a great
ideal of rain about -the headwater? of
tho Cape Fear, and that when tbe boat
leit Fayettevillo oa Saturday morning
the river had r;en CO fed and was t till
'rising rapidly. Capt. Thornton tninks
I tkst the rain has extended well into
j Sampson and Bladen counties and that
there will also be freshets in the Black
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! anu oouia rtvcis. u luiuas iuai iuo
Cape Fear will be hijbor than it bss
been in five years.
" First Baptist Church.
Rev. J B. Hawthorne. D. D., Pastor
of the First Baptist Church in Rich
mond, Va., rreached yesterday morn
ing in the First Baptist Church in this
city, to a large and delighted congrega
tion on the subject ol "Judas aud nis
Imitators. At night the Pastor of the
exarch. Rev Dr Pritchard , preached on
"The Infidel's Testimony to Christiani
ty and every available seat waa filled
on the occasion. This was the third
ot the sermons to young men now
beinr delivered by Dr. Pritchard la the
Sanday nlghl services in bis charch and
they are being received with a great deal
oi Interest by the entire congrt ration.
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By authority ol a UiiHn9B.tiin granted ,
1 bT sir Ku,-ono ri cmi com
i maruler of the Koigbls ictnpiar, tor
flhejariwlictiou of 1 Xortli Cro!ins. h
: Commaudery of Knijht Teaiplar to
! be InMitatfd at Sttera. to morro-sr. tbo
! SSati inat. Salem will make the Sixth
CoruuaanderT of that rdcr io the State.
Vn I hin-loratfvflflt Wilmintton. No.
2 at Chariolt?. No. 3 at Purbara, No-
1 at R-ileisU. N"o. 5 at AsberiUo.
FrfU Uouseliold Beclpet.
To take grae ppot. out of fabric3
ue a saiall rr f sbarr feasor.
Thr Burct-t wav to destroy fleas od I
d0;25 i5 to drovn them. Imroerfe tbera J
nd the do? in six Icet of water tor;
minclC5 , . .
-CW trAftU to know bow to aroid
the smell of cabbage wbilo boiliug. We f
know of but ooc remedy. How your
nose.
keep mice out of tbe pantry, have j
around. Bnt ficayen knows bow!
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to keep the cat out ct the pantry.
A correspondent wishes to ; know if
there is anything that will whiten
cotton llannel night dresses. Uare you
ever triod washing them?
The Manhattan
For February is thoroughly entertain
ing. The opeuing article, "Autumn
Camps on Cayuga," by William F.
Taylor, is a bright paper, while the
illustratisns show all the picturesque
features of Lake Cayuga. Another
illustrated article is by Frank Board on
"Caricature," ot which the illustrations
are in the best vein of that popular
draughtsman Beantifnl are the lllas
trattoni of an interesting, narrative
poem, "The Queen's Revenge," by
Thomas S. Collier. . "Shakespeare
Sonnets in a New Light" Is a fine arti
cle Irom Jnniu3 Henri Browne, and "A
Poet's Wife" Is an elegant and witty
comedy by Brander Matthews. S. G.
W. Benjamin. U. S. Charge d' Affaires
and Consul General In Persia, describes
his journey "Acroas the Caucasus."
The fiction is the first part of an ab
sorbin? story, "Transformation,1 by
Harriet Presoott Spofford, and another
chapter of "Tinkling Cymbals,", by
Edgar Fawcett.
North Carolinians to Wear the
Blue.
The officers of the Wilmington Light
Infantry, in this city, have received an
order from AdjutanUGeneral Johnstone
Jones prescribing a uniform for the
officers and privates of the State Guard,
the object of this order being to have all
the eompanie3 composing the State
Gaard to be uniformed alike. The full
dress for privates will be a double
breasted tunic of dark bine cloth ; sk irt
to extend ono-third the distance from
the hip-joint to the bead of the knee;
! two rows of buttons, eeveu in each row ;
collar same heigh
as for officers coats,
cloth, four inches
faced with scarle
back on each side, cut square, to hook
up close in front; number of regiment
in white metal in middle of scarlet
faciug of collar on each side; slashed
cuffa cf searlet cloth, two and one-half
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inches wide, with three small buttons;
6kirt of coat on each side of tbe opening
behind to be faced with scarlet cloth,
ornamented with four buttons. Two
straps ot dark blue cloth, piped with
scarlet, let into the waist scam on caoh
side the coat, and buttoning above the
hin. to sustain tne waist belt. All
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officers bhall wear a double breasted
frock coat, of dark blue cioth. the skirt
to extend from one-halt to three-fourths
tho'distanco from the hin-joinL to the
bcud of the knee.
The Confederate gray is entirely -ig
norcd. United Slates regulation uniforms.
bcinc adopted instead cf the gray - M j
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officers and meu will wear helmets ofl
felt, U S., regulation ratterni, except
that on breast of spread eaule in front
tbo arms f tho -State of North
CrQiina shall be displayed in white
metal. Helmet - far officers to have
chiachain and spiko. but no cords !or
tassels; those for enlisted men to-haTe
spike and leather rhintlrap. Flumes
jfox general and field officers. whte
buffalo hair.
Tbe age of "reconciliation' or ,4re ,
nunciation" has dawned upon North'
Carolina at last, when our troops .don '
tho Mao. Wc would rather have teen i
them continue with tbe gray, howerer. i
It is a color which has been honored.
and ennobled in a hundred hoi fights
and North Carolinians have especial
oanse to feel proud of that color aed
proud to wer it. "I
Thousands of families have had oc
casion to try the nevar failing qualities
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, aad they
all unite in the praise oi this wonderful
prescription.
JUST RECEIVED
A FULL
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Jerfej
A1s lCandiJ buttons lenzth
Thee goods were purchased from a largo Bankrupt Sale and w;ll cflcr
them very much under tho regular prtca,
T 1 JULIUS SAMSON;
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Pertionnl.
Mr. L i. Bojkin. oi Sampson
1 county, is iu tbe city in attendance on
the Superior Court He is registered at
the Purccll House and favored us with!
a short visit mis morning.
Mr. .Tubus Samson arrived here on
last Saturday night from New Yorlt
and will spend several months here, not
returning North until the Spring. He
is looking very well and time does not
seem to have dealt harshly with him of
late years. Mr. Samson is now, with
one exception. the oldest merchant doing
business in Wilmington. His honse
was first established in 1&13, just 41
years ago. and is, we believe, the oldest
mercantile house in Wilmington.
A Sad Monday.
j This has been a sad Monday to many
of our citizens, for between the setting
and the rising of the sun two gentle
souls have left their tenements of; clay
behind to be clothed upon with
the spotless garments of righteous
ness and Immortality. One of these
left us in the course of nature, after a
long and a happy and a useful life and
sarroanded by her children and her
children's children. She left at the set
of the sun and when the pearly gates ot
day - again unclosed upon her it
was in a land where there is neither
night nor day but an eternal halo of
joye and glory and peace and righteous
ness.
And at 3 o'clock this morning another
soul passed over the river. It was a
joung soul and a pure soul which had
almost Inherited its righteousness of
life. The tenement was young and fair
and comely to look 1 upon, but the
Christian graces which illumined
the soul were much fairer than the shell
which enshrined it. She left the earth
when in its densest darkness, but the
light which broke upon her eyes when
sho unclosed them in Paradise wa3 far
brighter, in its heavenly illumination
than the night which enwrapped the
earth was gloomy in its darkness.
Altogether, the gloom and j sorrow
which have enshrouded so many hearts
to-day is not as deep and dense as
gloom and sorrow so often are. It is
of the earth, earthy, but thore is a light,
the light of Faith, which has pierced this
gloom and has sanctified this sorrow.
This faith looks beyond the grave and
has caught some glimpses cf the light
unspeakable which has shone from tho
gates of Paradise as they have unclosed
to admit thee two souls into that rest
which femai'ueth for the people ol God.
The receipts of cotton at ihis port
to-day foot up 392 bales.'
NUTT At her rideiice la this city, at 6
p. xa . Sunday, January 20th, Mrs. LOUISA
NUTT, widow of th late Hcury Nutt, in the
Tituvcarof beraso.
Funeral will , take place from St. John's
Church at 11 a. m.. Tuesday, January -snd.
Tbe friend of tho family arc lavittd. to at
tend.
TEW ADVI3KTI8EMENTS.
Lost.
1 -GOLD SEAL RING, with tbe letter B
oa it liLpId ind atlver. A liberal rewardiTrill
b paM'jtotte Under on ieaTteff it at tbU oce.
Jantt.lt. .
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rr.rrrP, rn,Hvv.TR rnS roi.
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taa. School Honsos and Kitchens. .Easily
put up, beautiful draft, perfectly tafc. and ln
t every way Mtlafactcry and cheap.
PARKER TATLOR
PURE WHITE OIL. , Jan Si
Lecture-
Rer,J.B.UA WTIIOI1NH.D.D..
WILL LECTURE AT
TileBton Upper Room
itojrDAr rrrsiya, at s o'clock.
Subject : BJS TRUE TO THYSELF.
Adxalaj&oa SO aenta
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PER EXPRESS
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In all the evening shades;
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Silk Mitts, ad coiors lor vvemug drrf.
111 3WAUK12T STItEET
I JUST OPENED !
AT
116 Market St.
FRENCH NAINSOOKS,
Victorlaand Persian Lawns,
Pique, Marseilles, Ghecksj
20.000 Yards
EMBROIDERIES!
A FULL ASSORTMENT IN ALL NEW
STYLES AND DESIGNS.
BALANCE OF
WINTER GOODS !
SELLING OUT VERY LIIEAP,
TO MAKE ROOM FOB
SPRING STOCK.
lyi. RI.'KATZ9,.
116 aiarket St.
jan 21
WILL NEVER FORGET
rpHEBE ARE PARTIES WUO AKE AND
JL
hare been taking advautaji ot the bargains
i
to be had from eriBItR'S. Tfcc Suits aifl
Overcoats for Men. ftTy. and Children tbit
arc belo? flauhtered at the lowered Usurps!
j;you cannot buy tbe low material for. It fs
our 1L'J mu'i iqituii'.'u iviivmi vii t u;ci i
Good before our mammo'b utock of Spring
Clotbln coWBe m ln- ani WJ.
therefor dlspoec of our goods at r"rJc l3r ;
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tsIw. and oocseouently will oil
Some -O per cent, less than tsIup,
Some 30 per cent, less than valu.
1 Cm.j if A rui. Iacs fliafi Twin
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1$ Seems neaita lO COmnieniO lOaaoOTB,
norarsiahed facta, but we desire Juat to add
that the Ladcceaient wa offer dmlnf tal Jaa
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xlitj tale are not only extraordinary tret we
bel'ere uxprece Jected and scarcely to b ro-
pealed la tbe f cture. Monty to be refnaded
'i i
f you can ecual car good at tot low prje-
Coarinca yoarselT aad call at
TBE- OLD SSLZABLE CLOTHIER,
jaafl
114 MAR EST ST.
i OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only!
THE HANLONS !
Lo Voyage En Suisse !
;Tbe Vkecries. Brisib'.oft ari taot Joyon
... t:oiT1'' CrAtoa of ihs Present star.
FL, HIKTil avdMirsrO to UASMOfI0rs
Jplc.a'iM 6cerr : Startles Artton
1UE JtalLUOAD EXPLOalu I I
.Oic of tbo most iVcn3dir.il m Mrt!m-'
r tnurtsevrr rroducod on acy ftae.
i jan IT It
i
A IVJercifuiaian
s aiEscirux. to nis jjsast.
THIS IS
a gcstle Lint to owner d "unbianteud"
boitcs.. Ice place to buy aay Mica Blanket
i you want, together wttbXap-robea, Carrtasta, '
baddies, Haroetf, Tronia.' Satcteli, FBa,
MCDOUGAIX A BOWDEX'S,
-Jn-1 N'o.lU North r-trnt 61
Onion Sets, White" anil' Red.
A"
ALk, a
FRESH SUPPLY JttST BECE1VXD.
T
iali aeaortxaoat of '
KllESn GABDEN SEED,
PATENT MEDICINES,
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FANCY A'D j TOILET AMICLES.
CIGAUS la cwat variety, Ad , Ac.
Munds Bros. & OeRosset,
Nt w Drug Store, . I 1 1
Market and Seeoni Street.
JanM
McCalla & Stavcly's
JLLUSTBATED CmJB.'II ANNUAL. A
Handbook of parochial work, c kndir and'
clerical directory, for the. Vaatry hooxo. to
Uertryraan'a study and the family ir circle.
Price SO eenta. lr or Bale at i 1
I HttlNaBERQaB'S.
School Books.
pOR ALL THE PRIVATE AND PUBLIC
schools ln tho city and State, tor eale at 1
IIEIXSBEKGER'S,
Lire Book and Mnaio btorea
Jan 21
Kercliner & Calder Uros.
HOLE9 ALE GROCERS AND COMMIS
SION MERCHANTS offer for aala : ' !
1.000 Bbls Flour,
60 Hxfl D 8. Sides.
76 Bbls Sutfar, ' 1
ion Sax Coffee,
25 Bbbln Rlre.
21 Cases Lard,
100 O sea Lye.
100 Cases Potash,
100 Caes Soap,
Cracker, c&nay. Tobacco.
Snuff, Paper, Bags, Twlno, Acj
For sale by I "
jan 21 KERCIINER A CALDER BROS.
Ox Tail Soup
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EADY FOR USE ON TABLE, CONVE
NIEST TO IIOUSEEEEPEUS AND ECON
OMICAL.
WE HAVE
ALSO
CANNED O Kit A
AND
CannedTomatoes & Okra,
i Maie cltnant Souj. IUelpt for tnakraz.
i i "
I Soup thrown lu
STJGAR " 0UEEH
HAMS
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ASD
Sl'GAtt-CIJKED STBIPo A SIIOULDEttS.
i CftU CAr)' bcIorc thc tUahr
do.
Pt L, BRID&EES &
HO North Front St.
j tTAS- "B HUXJGINS & C0
OLD hTAND-MAREfcT STBEtT.
lavUe attention to the lr tliX of i
I
Tamiiy brOC6ry UppilOS,
ard foliclt patronage.
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ETCrTtblos tb prlntotplt of
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land Let Ifro, wiih a raarac'.c of sitlsfse-
ja- rnd, di-llrew'! nrnmt.tl .! 1ta
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I jan 14 m
HOLIDAY PBESENTS
JK EVERY VArtlETY AND TOO NUMEE
oca to'b oentioscd. rao bo fossd at tho cost
reaecnable prtcof, at
r. a MILLER'S. Drru Store,
dec 10 331 South FoartX Carrmr Sinn st
Finest Oyotero I
B
EST WHISKEY AND BEST FIVE Cent
r&ira In tho citr, can be bonht at tho OLD
KuRXH STATU AALOON, 6 So. Freat St.
CIto a Tar ueel a uUg aaoir.
    

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