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lit ruin.iz' f llt-ary C. Coke,
t i I ". Senator Coke.
uM.-slM'.a Un- !:..er. niece of
t;rra. T. L iitr. occurred at
Pi .it, rv. i-- Vrdncday.
.r. r nr. rr.ci4,-.uin of ovtr arj
Ji -r o. Soiltu a&d .Mrs. Durnnt were
::.: f aiarrlc-d ia Bradford, Conn.
Itfjryoni H l j ear o!u and bis brldo
:a Their grcat-srandchildrcn were at
(icr.cral Hancock has coue lu tho
iAiitntion of his son in Mississippi. He
aas ad ued Adjutant Ccueral Wi.liam
1). WLinr.Ie at Governor's Island that
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t.' ill oot return to Sow York before
b.n c'.uicef Ibe present month.
Mi -
it-. .'iw3j' advertisement appeared
f.r the dm tiaio on October li. 1937.
in 111 hi expenditure In advertising
in HI5. $50,000; in 1351.
vU0.);ij $150,000. and at his
usth itciceeded $M.fH. Ho found
hi re-rd.
TUpy. "Bel! Boyd," who at tho
oulreak of the war was 15 years
tf s;e. u the matroaly tifo cf Col.
Jona Ihntuocd of Texas, who dwells
t'3 a xar.ch tear Sna Antonio. Ho was
or.eci 5.uui ji; Jackson scouts in
Virginia. She wn, ns may be remcm
bered. bau:.hcd to Europe. She has
;.en
Tt. New To:!: Herald, commontinz
-;cstt rcruaval of the Scotch crollcrs
this State has thh to say :
A lare number of the Scotch croft
:s. bo hate been compelled to aban-
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u:n ir;r rn:crat:e nomfs. are to coma
to North Carolina a moro which will
S?.xd for tbecrofttrs and better for
tft bi:c. 2vor.h Carolina owes much
c! Ler rropir;ty to a lo. ot Lard-work
:"i Scotchmen whom tronblo drove
::oa their native coantry more than a
ctstanr ajo. lor their descendants have
cniformly Industrioas and thrifty.
Tlcre are plenty of bard-workln jr men
sa Esropo whi would bllere tbo ruil
at hand If they were cflTered
rvr land in America and -means
cf reaching u and il the Inhabitants of
vthv:sw;ia more land than people
a.il 53 to the small expense of bring
fciia immicracts over they would
Js Y. asistanco at tho onerous
JJ rjin? taxes; they would also
lr ternade capitalists to build
rsLmsdi by which tho fcctloas1 yield
f d tnt to market at less expense
t-aa tbi: of wacninsr.
YontUful Indalenco
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in rower, jai
hVra.i.J2T,B Pcdincy. and
sr J! X"Vl wrked manhood.
Ir-7r ..hcQ j with three
tratel trraii t . r i
. ro.LUnz out nnfailinff
mean nf perfect mV.
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Bafalo.x. Y AjsociATio.
Ifjcu coed a real good first class
store, don't fail to see tho Ex
or Pcnn.. Zeb. Vance and New
ra.d. beides others. They are to
l , M flctAry prices at Jaoobi'8,
ne manufacturers' arent. t
Sportsman's Goods.
wtf rh !Da Creech LosSn
fxtwTl. Br. e. la
W. H. Ht'niviim a ro
M tbvamre ;
ierntc:ous rradice rursned
JKimmt srrtling cause
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VOL. VIII. V LMEN'GTON. N: C;. fTTJE'S DAY.:-' JANtTAli?.-1884.
LOG ATN E WiS.
IROrX TO lW j AQYttTlSlMElTl.
8 MCPocoAt-CHcr
TATLOS'S DXXAXX-LdCC. Ac
V II Mcl2TTUiCbUlrcD'Clo&lt
wnrw Pb s. A DrRctfri Out oo
The receipts cf OJln at thU port tn-j
Ez jumped to-ijy up to 35 cent
dizea and the hens are uot era rn
:rikeyH. !
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AH qoict at police ceadimrtert this
taorninx and coajeuently there no
City Court. '
The Hanlon Tronpo arrived ou this
morning' train from Columbia. S. C ,
and rejislcrod at Iho Purcell Honw.
Mr. A. F. William, on? of the btit
and roost successful planters of Poplin
c.unty. is in tbeciiy und I rpKtered at
tho Vurce'tl House.
That bi frost ptodicted by Turner
almanac for yesterday morning arrived
to-dy. jnit twenty-liitjr h ur5 behind
lime. It wns a freezer.
Cabbrwe aro scarca and in demand
in thi market; in fact, they arc not to
had at all jut at present; a few carloads
from the West would sell rapidly -now.
Barque Glacier, Ioon, cleared to
day for Bridgetown. Barbidoe. with
l'JO MS feet of lumber, valued nt $3.-
017.79, shipped by Messrs Northrop &
Cummin.
The next performance at tho Opera
House, after to night, will be on the
30th Inst., when Madame Modjeska
will appear in Shakespeare play of
Twelfth Night
We have fair and pleaaant weather
onoe more and it is hoped that il may
contlnuo until a good many of our peo
ple may get rid of the bad colds with
which they are afflicted.
Mr. W. W. Carraway.of the Raleigh
Xacs and Obnrvcr, is In tho city to-
dsy and gavo us tho pleasure of a call
He is a jolly, good man, and we are
always delighted to meet him.
The decorative craze has reached milk
pails. That useful utensil Is no longer
considered only suitable for tho dairy or
kitchen, but satin lined and blossom
crowned, U used as a receptacle for fan
cy work In the parlor, or a catch all lor
tbe bouboir.
Unmallablc.
Tho following nnmailable matter re
mains in the Postofllco in this city:
John C W Watters; Katio Comfort,
Qaecn st; Eliza Grant.
Tito Latest Postal Card.
Tho TJ. S. Postal Card Snpt.. D. O.
Jndd. Esq.. has uaed the great jpain-
hamsher. &r. Jacobs Oil. with special
ben0t In neuralgia.
Stato and County Taxes.
Sheriff Mannio.throngh Deputy Sher
Iff Shaw, settled last night in fall with
the Coanty Treasarer, Chairman Bagj
and Commissioners Worth and Moore
being also present. ; Ho paid in to the
Coanty Treasury as follows: i For the
general coanty fund.' $26,605.47; for the
school fund $ 13.475.00. A total of 39.-
051 07 for county taxes for 1S?3. making
tha total of Statd and coanty taxes $60,-
30.44. Oa tho 14th Inst, as noted by
us at the time the Sheriff settled with
the Sta?o Treasurer, payiojr ovrr to him
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Pal u fill Accident.
Charles Knnold. a German, aged 23
years, ono of the crow of the revenue
cutter Colfax, met with an accident this
morning which came near being fatal
and which will canso him to bo an in
mate ot the hospital for several weeks.
The cutter was weighing anchor in tho
harbor, preparatory to a trip down the
river, when In some way. tbe panicn
Ian of which wo were unable to learn-
Knnold got eaazht between a ropa and
the rail of tho vessel by which two of
his ribs were broken, besides receiving
a severe contusion in the back, between
the shoulders, by a blow from tho block
of which the rope was a part of tho fall.
He was released as quickly as possible
and at onco taken to the Marine Hos
pital whore the necessary surgical at
tsntlon was given him. f His wounds
are reported as serious, but cot neces
sarily dangerous.
AFalrOITer j
Tne Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall.
Mich., offer to send Dr. Dye's Volatic
Belt and Appliances on trial, for thirty
days, to men, young 'or old, afflicted
with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
kindred troubles.
Sea advertisement in this paper.
t th a eow&w i
- Superior Court- . "..'!
In the cao ot Alox. Oikbim (not Vi".
P. O'dbani as U appeared br miitakoi
In crar dtaaia5 yesterday) r. Tc
Firit NatJoaal Back, a-iorot wti 'rfHj- j
draYD. the Dial nifff alio Wd" to-ujend'
tb coxnplatat tad tbfit ctfse cmUcybd. j j
Slut on rei&tto'o of tucs Baker and j
wifo TS-Itabtlla Freemao. exeestTls",
j wat then takoo tr3 not vo -
telnded wbeoqrjrepcrtt closed, j
Scbool CliUdreo.- !
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Tfceptuaber ot school children in
tbe cbaaty betweoo Jha afes of 5 and 15
year, as famished ui by the Register
of Dee Is 0.233 ; of . t&eYr are
whitea and 3.973 are colored " Tb
school census bai not been completed
within the city bat it has been taen -la
theteveral towushIp6 'in- the coriatrr
and ia thosa the returns show a'sjiin'.o:
81 children of hr'ai: otrr lart
F)r Lnucb.
There is a young typo in thi office
whose gastronomic feats are fomcljmcs
fearful to behold. He is the same who
so quickly cot outside of three quarts
of oysters at the last Review anniver
sary, as narrated by us at the tinio
Yesterday he lunched on 7 biscuits. &
bologna sausage, 3 links green sansaee.
3 big sweet potatoes. 1 cheese, 4 of a
very large pie and a 1-pound loaf of
light bread. He is 17 years old. about
5 leet 8 laches high, weighs 130 pounds.
wears a No. 9 shoe and is still on the
row. 1
Or. Hawthorne's Lecture.
Itev. J. B. Hawthorne, ; D. D.,
of Richmond. Va,. lectured last bight in
TUcston Upper Room, to an nudieniDa
which lacked far more In number Jib an
it did in intelligent appreciations: fli
lecture wa3 on the theme; -J5er" True
to Thyself and it U hardly necessary
to say that it was a masterful production
and that it called forth and enchained
the intense interest of his audience
throughout its entire delivery.
Dr. Hawthorne will lecture again
to-night on ' Eminent Orators, Ancient
and Modern," when we trust that there
will be a large attendance. The price
of admission for this lecture has been
reduced to 85 cents.
Postponed.
The Hanlon Troure arrived here this
morning to fill their engagement at
th Opera House tonight, bnt In conse
quence of the non-arrival of all their
scenery tho presentation ot T.o Voyage
en Suisse11 Is postponed until to morrow
night. It takes two ears to transport
all their scenery and one of them has
already arrived, and tho company
could mako a. very respectable show
with what thoy have , but prefer to lose
a day rather than appear wi'u auy por
tion of tho perfonranco shorn ; or cur
tailed of iu beautiful coonic effects.
The performance is ono of the best
of its kind in tbe country and is
well " deserving of a liberal patron
age, tbe moro so when the man
agement submits to loss and delay
In order to present it in iu entirety.
L Voyage ea Saisso" has had an ex
tensive run in New York, where some
of pur citizens have bad tbe pfcMeure of
seeioff and aHmiring it.
Yqt Pore While Lead & Paints.::aod
biggest atock of Window Glass - and
lowest prices for good articles b ur
to so to Jacobi's Hardware Depot i '
Annie Pixley.
There was a fair audience-
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Opera House last night to witneH the
performance of Hiss Annie Pixley and
her first rale company In the play of
M'liss. tho Child of the Sierras." in
which Miss Pixley assumes -the title
role. . : Sho is a charming woman and. a
most accomplished and versatile actress
and at once took complete possession
of the attention, syspathy and affection
of her andienco which sho retained
throughout the entire plaj." 'Her
support was In the main excellent. Mr.
Frank Losee. as Yuba Bill; and Mr-
lerbert Archer, as Juan Walters, were
especially good and deserving of more
than a passing notice. The play was
interspersed with several songs which
were rendered by Misa Pixley with
unaffected grace aad consummate skill
and as a consequence received the hearty
applause of the audience. There was
but one opinion upon the streets to-day.
which was, that the performance last
night was all that could be desired and
was well worthy a much larger patro
mage than it received. - We hope that
the company may be induced to risi
as again, when, we can assure them
they would be greeted with a crowded
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NKWl ADVKirri9K5lENTS
M E R I. N O U
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' Atwln Uct all Winter Goda must go ; tbe prices we arc: giving are satisjactory
" - and bec lb !srff ammini of gcodj we aro FoUiDg'f
LACE CURTAINS AND: CARPETS !
: A first rate assortment ansd it is a pleasure to show tbesa goxvJa. .
iE A FEW CRfjai W CLOTHS on faandTaTi tb "
jan'23,
List of Letters.
A list of unclaimed letters remaining
at the Post Office in thi City or. Wed
nesday, Jan. 23. IS3 4:
A A h AndereoD. Chas Anderson.
B Ruben Burr.es. John S Benda.
rain. Fred Brown. D Braccland. Chas
Batha Catherine Brown. . j .
D Joseph Devett. Fannie Dawson,
Peter Dawson. Richard Diokm.
F Peter Fu I wood.- '
H Adaline Hhuso, Dr I lav wood,!
Eddie Hoskins. Elizii Herrine:. Harry
Hill, James Hooper, Mary Holt, W J
Harriss. ,
J Lawia Jailer.
K Cornelia King.
L Chas Leslie.
M Mr McDonald, (col). Ed McDor
ald. Janie Moseley, (2). j
N Wilsons Natime.
O Sallie Odom.
P Henry Parson.
R James Russell, -R-.-H Robinson,
Samuel Robeson. .
S-JH Schuldyce. Sam Smith.
T J E Thompson.!
W Christian Jane Williams, Susan
Worthan. J W Walker.
Persons calling for letters In the above
list will please say "advertised if not
called for within ten days will be sent
to the dead letter office at Washington,
N. C. Ed. R. Bbink P. M.
By contracting a severe cough and
cold. I was com polled to give up my
daily work and-keep to the house. A
neighbor recommended me to try a
bottle ot Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup; it
was procured and used; to my astonish
ment relief was instantaneons. 1
Edw. W, Clayton,1 Waverly, Md.
i Interesting to Fishermen: Tho cele
brated "Fish" Brand Giiling thread is
sold only at Jacoqi's. He Is tho Im
porter's Agent. I f
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Cider ! Cider I Cider !
JTURK APPLE CIDSE, . '
JCJ8T FJJOM THE ?BJS83 f
Cll aad lav yonr orders and Jngst
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R. McDOUGALL'S,
Ko. 14 Choctant 5t. bet Front and Water
aa n .Wilmington, N. C.
OPERA HOUSE
POSTPONEMENT I
TK COK8IQUKNCE OF THE NON AUBI-
yal of tbetr liro ear load of Scenery the per
Jormaece 'of:the HASLOX TROUPE haa
ben potpoB4 untllto-morrow nigbt. Onc&r
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loart oftne Scenery baa arrlroJ, bit the man-
agement prefer to 2oo a Bfgbt rather than ap-
-peac .with any feature .ot the rcrfomance
shorn of lfs rrand see r!' effects.
fieeerwl tickets gbodXor to morrow nfjht.
Onion Sets, White and Red.
t-.TEt$U SUPPLY JLHT SECEITED.
Xlto, a fall tssortsieat of
rRE9H GARDEN SEED,
PATENT MEDICINES..
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLE?,
-. - CIGARS In mrwst .variety, A5 ,
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Munds Bros, & DeRosset,
-"" I Nw Drug Store,
lanll Market and 8eeon1 StreeU.
Economy. Economy.
-pons CLAY PIPE CHIMNEYS FOR COT-
tage. School Houses and Kitchen. Ettllj
put up, beauUful draft, perfectly tale, and to
erery way satlaf acicry and cheap.
- PARKER A TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. Jan 21
For Saturday.
yRESdED POULTRY, DUPLIN COUNTY
&AUSAQE AND LIVER ! PUDDING, N. C.
BMaandafuUstockof Choice Tamil r Gro
ceries. Prtcea rcaaooabta. KeepoctruUr. .
A. W. BIvENBAKK,
Tbe Lrra Grocer and Prod oca Com. er
chant HAKortn Water St, Wilmington. N.C
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GELLITJC OUT!
HATS & FE ATHEKS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
t " MRS. SATE C. WDTX3,
Ko. lit H aeoosut Street, next Post Osce
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WILL, PLEASE CALL AND SEE THE
LARGE STOCK OF
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AND MADE-UP j
LACE GOOpS.
THE PEICES ARE SO AS TO SUIT EVEBT
BODY AND MAKE QUICK 8ALE.
OUR MOTTO
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PBOFITS ! J I
AT
TAYLOR'S
BAZAAR,
118 Market St.
Jaa22 ' WILMIKQTON, K. C.
1,000 Hhds
TUIME PORTO RICO MOLASSES JU3T
jC landed, direct from the island, which we
offer to the trade at prices to suit tho times.
We guarantee this Molasses pure. j
janfltf
EDWARD KIDDER & fcON.
W. & E. S. LATIMER,
AttornevB-at-Law. j
Oflice 6. E,
Jan 7-lm
Cor. Prlacewand Water-St.
Apples ! Apples !. 'Apples I
QN CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples, Ohio Rod Apple. N.
Y. Creamery Butt r, N. C. Roll Butter. Ohio
Butter. Va. Meal, car load or rmall order so
licited. ; - - - !
- I E. G. BLAIR.
Coniaiiaston MercLant, 10 N- frecoad et-
t dec 31 ! ; -
. PUEOELL HOUSE.
TJVDF.B NSW MANAGEMENT,
C- L. FERRY. FitnxrietoT. !
T mt PmrwlAtM A t ln tr. ' lintel. VTratX!l9A
tu all iu mMiitninit. Trm u tfija
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WOOD ! WOOD !
FEW CORDS OF NO.. 1 SPLIT OAK,
sa. Black Jack and Pfcje, fall length and
wu seasoned, roa. siu cnxar, Just to keep
cmr drays at work. A FULL LOAD EVERY
TIME,
las 17
W. E. DAVIS & SON.
A Twlercifui TJIan
JS MERCIFUL TO HIS BEAST. THIS IS
a gentle .Lint to owners of "uablanketed'
boives. T ha place to bay any plce Blanket
you want, together with Lpnbes Can 1 'jres,
fadd!M, Harpeu, Trunks, Satchels, j Bags,
U C McDOUGALL BO WD EN'S.
Jan St No. lis Kcth riMi Ft -
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F i n eo t Oy ct e r c I
TEST WHISKEY AND BEST FIVE Cent
vigars la the city, eaa be bought at the OLD
NORTH STATE SALOON, So, Front tt.
Clra a Tax Heal a Uring show,
laal
I PLEASE NOTIC
v W win beglad to recdTft ceraasutlcauo
from our friends on any and all -aljecu
general Interest bat ' -'' '. ; ' "': '"-v : i " .. .
; The name of lie writer matt always U fa
lehi to the Editor. - . I , - .
CtoaaunJcattona amit b j wrlttes
fmfiftdeof the paper. . j -1
oal
Acdftts epcUny and particularly l
t tttltke Itri!or not always dot
the rtes of correspondents unless so state
la the ed!Prlal cofciacs.
MISCELLANEOUS
.TUST OPENED !
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116 Market Gt;
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FRENCH NAINSOOKS,
Victoria and Persian Lawns,
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Pique, Marseilles, Cheoksj
20,000 Yardo
E MB ROIDERIESI
Ho O
A FC7LL A?30BTMENT
IS ALL Ntlf
STYLES AJTD D8rON3.
BALANCE OF
WINTER GOODS !
bKLLING OUT VERY CHEAP,
TO MAKE ROOM FOE
SPRING STOCK.
rj3.fw1.KATZ',
116 TJarketOt.
jan2l i ' i
WILL NEVER FORGET
rjlHERE ARE PARTIES WHO ARE AND
havebcA takioff advantagi ot the barcains
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to be had frota SHRIMTS. The fiolts aad
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Overcoats for Men, Boys and Chlldroo that
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aro being slaughtered at the lowered flroree
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yon cannot buy tbe low material for. It U
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our aim and intention to clean out all Winter
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Goods before our mammoth stock of Spring
-Clothing ' commences coming in, and will
therefore dispose of oar goods at prices bear
lag little or no relation to their true or aetoal
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value, and consequently will sell i- Ti
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some -u per cent, less loan Time.
Sonte 30 per cent. less than value..
Some 40 per cent, less than value.
It oems needle to coamonton theabora
anrarniha facts, but we dc-sire lost to add
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that the inducement we offr daring tbl Jaa
uary isle tre sot only extraordinary bnt we
belters unprecedented aad scarcely to fre
pealed in the future. Monty, to be renaied
f jom can ejnal or ru at tbe low prtcea.
ConTince youxseTf sal call st
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TOE OLD
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RELIABLE CXOTQIEB,
IU MARKET ST.
HcCalla & Stavely's
ILLUSTRATED CHURCH ANNUAL. A
Handbook of parochial work, c lendr and
clrtol directory, tor tb Veatry -ooo; tn
clergyman's evudy and the fa ally ttrcm.
Prim 50 eout. or sale st -J.
HINBEEGIRA.
School BooltSe
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T?01t ALL THS PRIVATE AND TUtUO
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schools la the city and State, tor aaia at
I nEINSBERGERS,
' Jan Si . Lire Bo asU Mnaki atom
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Fancy Goods.
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