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- 1 : ' . '. " : 1 " ' ! ' '"' " r - , .
in 13 TAPER
at the above
v- Oee month. 35 cents,
rKi! ..... thcrltT.
' .. t.-r
'" . ..1 !- al 1TL
''"" ifr-nt or
"r -i, V:i'v :. rir r hn Utc largest j constable. The whole family were in
.',, .f l'-t'i. nyy nevrvcr toxicated. j
' " - Hi" of Wilmington.
j -'fJL TheRcr.T. Do Wilt Talma hai
"77 TiiVrT" bo have bn j offered the usa of tbo Brooklyn
" :n iKrir rrxxl tn i.homip f,ir Ihn far.pra! ceremonies
ll7 -C 1 3 ' ' "
LM . m
, (: nj4:. -c hajrromiscdlodcrolo
-j j-al'c t:a:c ami oaerjy ante
!;'t-Vj ::xo( I'arli-iujcnt to the repeal
",.!.u.- nrobibitinr marriage with a
e: ; i
. ..r T..nn1;n.. cimn Min S
0? :: e r-vUbit pc3t. but they arc makiu
. i.m tr cunnlvlntr Nashville
"r;z: ' ... ' imn, ,h,t
Mi llcrtha Von Ilillern has been
oac:Ioactl by tho Pennsylvania Col'
:.n:lon Society to paint for it a large
jcrtraltof Jude Uushrod Washington,
: :"r pre; Jen!.
Tic 1 tur interest In New York
t'.ty .-i "ormizioi: to prevent the pass
im oC a 'a which makes $500 the price
i.i i Vtnwtosell all kinds ol liquor?,
a-. I r to 11 ber aud ale.
- - -
Mr S ephea A. Walker, president of
tLtv.irJ cfekcV.ion in the city of
V Vrk. arue ibat a college etluca
u: known preventive of
I-..:.-.-aif foicriy. and cites aa proof
: ,ir i nt a rol!ge graduate m
Mr A. M i'aluier, lately manager of
're f'i;;o.iSiuiie Theatre, New York.
iio. rrd at Stamford. Conn., recent
f.iara VAlzx Shook.nhe divorced
i ! Sheridan Shook, hi former
i v.F.t-r in business. Mr. I'alnior had
i j lecn divorccl.
11 ;t-.er education i receiving
?tt-vM'. utarcmeut at present at
. . , ...i i. i
i::r..c:.ca a: n nominal fee resulted
. . .
::r car in .i.ihii worKinmec
!. . t. ot a population of lMOO
I'.- .ir. iao:i wnoni tiaseri
itiu fiii appointed Governor of Mjis- '.
u n'i i (lonel Macoaib Mason, a i
mtivtfuf Virginia and a graduate of
the Viv.: Staler Naral Academy. IIu
w",:h i.U State in the Confederate j
sr. .-vuJ ;cce the c.'o.'e of the war hej
A trii.i a the I'oion Pacific met
a cunun obstruction recently in a
v( l.-Jv or 1..VM antclops. Those
"ciaia; were ruauitg on the road-bed.
lisJ.ni i; the easiest road for traveling,
xad tq t a short distance aheai of the
isi.!;e as i; stowed up. They deiayed
train half or thrw-quartcrs of an
Chinese laborers on the tugar
pjsts::oci ot tne Sandwich Islands
extract fur three years, and during that
-xcarc visually stiTe?. They have
to work eleven hours a day. and arc
n:d a: the ri'.o ol S a month. The
ritive aru rapidly decreasing, and the
couatry will eventually fall under the
two! of the Chintse, acd the Portu.
will share it with them.
Tie irisd jury of Philadelphia ou
TcesXiy fouud true bills of iudictmeut
tizi: Va. B. lircca and Alexander
Arsitrocg far conspiracy to defraud
tiic.ij by means ol fraudulent bills
f-rri:sz. Armstrong was. also ia
Mj tjr pcrjary lor baying woru to
corrrctucwcf the bilb. Green is
a aisis'aci comraissicoer of highways
J Arsutoog a contractor.
. u Vork papers ftubibh inter
t:ews w;:haciSjonty of mcmbers of
t- York I.e?U?aiiirfi touch inr
t-e:r Pr:Jer.tUl preferences. A large
J-Vontyol the Dcaocratic rncmbers
wcaresrrocgly ia fiTor Qf tho old
.TiMea and Htindncks. with the
oc J choice divided between Govern
or Cleveland. Gen. Siooum. Hon. Sam
J Raadall and Hon. Wm. IU Mor-r;M2-
Tte Republicaa members are
7ul e iny di vjdeJ between Arthur.
Wauadj, Blaine and Sherman.
" ... -.r -ii: i:ii;ratios to trance, which are to be held upon ineir arnrai
:'",r' "Jl 7- . .jorcrlhe remains of Ltcut. JPe Lon?
Wu ara 1) U.ul net ' ll,cd aoa Lii companioos Who perished in
. , 'c ;otl. K? Tci by. Jcjt ,a foitunc fae Jcaniicllc Arctic expedition.
-ioJloi'.r-,-r,tb,!drcnrroml 1 I
' rftfl ,,.d. He had r.o The recognition which waa accorded
cea an undertaker was putting into
tt-mhebodyol Cjtherlne Malone
'8un.OaLCwho died during a
j f Monday, he askeU the daughter
tf deceased, Mrs. Cray, if she de
i0 tave the corpse redressed.
iln ;raI Id: "No. chuck her in the
she is." When the lid was screwed
, cf lped upon tho coffin and
&d hkc a maniac, and only ceased
"ra&iscs whea compeUeii to by the
VOL. VIII. I W ILMINGTON. N. C; FRIDAY; JANUARY'
I... .... ...
1 hv f!on?rMs to the officers and men of
i.L- f'.iltar rirr.'r in ttlPir I '
heroic cCwrts at rescuing tho pour souls
who were lost; ia tho ill fated Uty nf
Cehnabus. and tho especial mention-
made of tho valiant darinz
1 0f the noble Rhodes is appropriate and
r f..r n a tt liia nno: IF lhf
f.ir n a ! liia innp
-w...iin whiMi hnvn hern nublthcd
aimuuu . w. .. -
, . t anr1 thorn i x nn rfn ;nn In
doubt that they aro. then
. 1 I .
r aveu dv ia. uuoucs Diacca nun in
tho van among the nobla spirits of this
-. - s
or of any preceding age: c would
be glad to seethe Congress co farther
in this matter than it has done in tbis
instance and to knowj that they had
voted him some handsome testimonial
in token o! the appreciation which
tho entire country feels for his heroic
IMOU TO HEW ADYE BTISEMINTX.
Aiucricau Lccion of Honor ,
IIOSSBKHGER Hlank Itook j
C W Y AT ts Ledgers, Journals, &!
Mcnu Br:. A Of.Roshet Onion Set
John L Uoatwhigiit Cholre Hrorerlc
" The receipts of cotton
to-day foot up 213 bak.
at this port
There were no cases or the Mayor's
consideration this morning. '
Clarendon Council, No. r7, A. L. of
Honor, will meet to-nir.ht. at 7A o'clock.
i five tramps applied lur Itnlgings at
Uhe guard housrTast nisht, and they
The market was bound fully supplied
with meats of diflcren: varieties
fin, in nntlitv lhi mnriliniT
fine in quality this morning.
Tho weather was such to day that
iiv jcrsons were in ;the streets, and
those only such as necessity or duty
' compelled to be out.
I he maximum velocity ot wind in
this city yesterday was 32 miles j ier
hour. At Smithvillo tho niajcimum
velocity was 20 miles ier hour, i
. " "T ' A
i no rain pnurcu tiown iu lurn'ins
during the night and in the early inorn-
ing, out at about 0 a. m , the wind
shifted to the Northwest and it became
Ucv. Dr. Mcudclsou. ot this city, was
in Raleigh yesterday morning and united
in marriage there Mr. Samuel B. Io?b,
of Harrissonburgt Va., and Miss Bella
Rosenthal, of Ralegh.
Silver Prated Spoons. Forks and
Kuivcs of best quality, and at manu
facturer' pricescan be found at ;.Ja
com"? Hardware Depot. t
Never try to raise a family without i
good newspaper, provided it contains
the advertisement ot Dr. Bull's Coush
Syrup; lor this valuable medicine is
necessary to keep your children in good
The entire day, up to the hour of ad. iuv yt. . .
.,rnm.m ,,.Vn.,! hv thi J lo Iliyna. where, disguised in
tribunal in bearing tb testimony m lho
case ot Annie Lawton vs. isorwooa
Giles & Co.. which was commenced
yesterday. The case calls for a great
number of witnesses, and there is but
littlej ik el i hood that their examination
willjbc completed to night.
Mr. Jamcd A. Willard , formerly of
this city but now ot Baltimore, is ia the
city on a brief visit and favored us with
a call this morning.
Mr. Bell, tho General Agent of the
Southern Telegraph Company, acd
Mr. C. A. Taylor. General Freight and
Passenger Agent of tho Richmond.
Fredericksburg & Potomac R. R., are
both m tho city to-day.
Dr. W. G, Curtis, of SmithviUe, was
here yesterday. From him we learn
lhat Mr. Sublett. of Now Vork, who is
to be the Manager daring the easuing
season of the Hotel Brunswick1, is ex
pec ted here next week for the! purpose
of making some arrangements relative
to the opening of tho house.
If you need a real good first class
cooking stove, do'a't fail to see the Ex
celsior Penn.. Zeb. Vance and New
.Emerald, besides others. They are to
be found at factory prices at J(acobi's.
who is the manufacturers arent. f
L We have seen it stated that there is a
comet somewhere in the heavens,
which is visible to the uaked eye. pro.
viding oue kuows wberc to look for it.
Wo arc also gravely informed that this
comet has a Uil, ye5. three of them! a
lact we give our readers in coose-iuenw
of its- -reat importauco. If a comet
ever comes "slosning" about tnc ncav-
ens where wc can aec it. and u suouiu
navo tnree tans, wc are oounu to lei our
. I t m T (
rcaccrs Know it. un tue ura last. me
,.., . . . ;, ...
tk'JUllb. VII klJU Uljb lliJfc . lb M III VJ
about 76.610,000 miles from tho earlh,
so that the old traveller is leaving the
carlh at something more than a million
miles a day, which would indicate that
it is more of a "go it" than a comet.
X 1119 13 ' O .t fill dStlUUUIUIkaiiT
rT kia 10 All wrr r n a . ncllnnntnifolllf
j Husiuess Cltausre.
j Wo uudersland that the old aud
wcn known lirm ot Messrs. AVarren!
; Johnson & Son. of Clinton, 1 Sampson
Co., ha"s been dissolved, Mr. Warren
Johnson, the senior member of the
firm, retires from the business affer an
active, honorable and successful mer
cantile life of many years, to enjoy in
his declining days the comforts to be
derived from his well earned and richly
deserved competency. Mr. William
A. .Tohnson, the junior member of .the
old firm, will continue the business
with which forquite a number of years
he has been intimately connected. lie
is young in years, but has had much
experience, which, together with a
decided bnsiness capacity, an active
mind and a driving, go-ahcad disposi
tion, makes success a foregone con
clusion. Private Kailroads.
There are three railroads in this sec
tion of the State which are owned and
operated by private individuals in the
transaction of their business. Of two
of these, viz: the road at Chadbourn, in
Columbus county, which is owned by
Messrs J. II. Chadbourn & Co., of this
city, and the road at Bogue, which is
owned and operated by Col. II. B.
Short, of Lake Waccamaw. Columbus
county, we have spoken at length and
in detail on several occasions. The
third road is from Alma, Rob
eson county, to Alfordsvillc, -Robeson
county, and is about twelve miles in
length. It is called the Alma & Little
Rock Railroad, and has been in opera
tion about two years. It was built aud
is owned by Messrs Wilkinson & Fore,
now of this city. It was constructed as
a tram road for the transportation oi
timber and himber, but after a short
time iron rails were put in and an en
gine, passeugcr and freight cars added
so that it now docs quite a- business in
passenger and froight, aside from the
particular purpose for which it was
built. The owners arc extending the
road, by degrees, towards South Caro
lina, aud will probably ultimately"
strike the Wilmington, Columbia &
The scene of Ibis Shakespearean com
edy was laid in Illyria. and the seacoast
near it. 'Sebastian and his sister Viola
were twins of remarkable resemblance
to each other. They were shipwrecked
male attire and under the name of.Ca
rio, she entered the service of Duke
Orsino, with whom she fell ia love
But the Duko Juvcd Olivia, who, ou ac
count of the death of a brother, had
foresworn tho society of men for seven
years. Viola, as Ccsario. carries mes-
' sages from the Duke to Olivia, and tho
! latter falls iu lovo with the disguised
uic?seugcr, and declares her affection,
which Ccsario (Viola) cannot return,
being of tho same sex and also in love
with the Duko. ' Iu tho meantime her
brother. Sebastian, had been rescued by
another vessel and was brought to Illy
ria. Olivia seeing Sebastian, mistakes
him for Cesaria and loads hi in with
caresses, which were promptly returned
and the two wero married. Viola then
makes herself known as the sister of
Sebastian, and by her womanly charm,
spirit and faithful love, wins the heart
of the Duke and on the same day be
comes his bride.
The foregoing is a very brief synop
sis of the leading characters and inci
dents in the play which is to be present
ed at the Opera House on Wednesday
night, tho 30th inst. in which Modjeska
assumes the role of Viola. She will be
supported by an excellent company and
we hope that a house crowded to reple
tion may greet this gi I ted woman in one
of Shakespeare' greatest comedies.
Kxports Foreign; :
Dr. barqucntinc Vide t Mcbunc ,
Ilenske,-cleared to day. for . Bristol.
Edz. with 300 casks spirits" turpentine
and 2.y)l barrels rosin, valued fit $7, -
515. shipped by Messrs Alex. Spruut
Son. Nor. bafnuc Camilla. 6orenscn.
, ccared for rinmbur- with 3,700 barrels!
ro3in vaiucu at $5.310.. shipped by
iessrs rvU- Murchison & Co.. makio-
1 jy, ' azfegate amou
nt of shipments
The Library Association presents in
Hou.l Will Cumback, wbajccture3 here
on Monday night at ''Tiles ton Hall, a
gentleman of distinguished ' and rare
ability,: and; it is hoped that..", he will
meet with a flattering house. We take
from the Odd Fellows Talisman, pub
lished at Princeton. Indiana, the follow
ing notice of the man and the lecturer:
This.didtinguishcd brother and Odd
fellow recently visited Princeton on in
vitation of the Library Association, and
delivod his famous lecture entitled "In
visible Some People." It is a lecture
that cannot fail to interest all that hear
it. There are sublime passages in it that
will stir to admiration the soul 1 ot any
one who has a love lor the beautiful.
It aboujds with wit, and is full of home
thrusts at the enemies of mankind .
A little alter 4 toVlock j yesterday
morning some thief attempted to steal
an overcoat from the residence of Police
Officer Samuel Howland. on Seventh,
between Princess and Chestnut streets.
Officer Howland had juat come off duty
and laid down for a nap. his overcoat
hanging upon the back of a chair, near
one of the windows, lie heard some
one come on the piazza and soon
after heard one ot the windows raised.
It was soon lowered, but in a few moi
menu it was raised again and a stick
put under it to hold it up. In the mean
time Mr. Rowland had gotten his pistol
ready, and pretty soon he saw a stick
reaching out for the overcoat and fas
ten into tho collar- when he jumped up
and the would-be thief dropped the
stick and ran, pursued by two shots
from tho "officer's revolver, which.
however, had no further effect than to
hasten the scoundrel's speed.
For Pure White Lead & Paints, and
biggest stock of Window Glass and
lowest prices for good articles be sur
to go to Jacobi's Hardware Depot, f
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.'
Infallible, tasteles, harmless, cathar
tic; lor feverishness, restlessness,
worms, constipation. 25c
ABE NOT SURPASSED
Quality and Cheapness
Everything Guaranteed as
- - i
John L. Boatwriglit
12 A 14 NORTH FRONT STREET,
John C, Davis,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office over the Bank of New Hanover.
Practice In all the Courts of tne State.
Special attention paid o the collection
of claim, i w t f
Steam Yacht Louise, .
pAS5ENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMER
for Smithvllle dally. Katea low and accom
modatlona fine. The LOU18E ia a new boat
and is guaranteed safe. Will leave SmithviUe
8 A. M Leave Wllmlngtan 130 o'clock P. M.
Wharf foot oi Dock Street.
jan 19 ' Agent and Owner.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
MRS. KATE C. W1NK5. !
Xo. 119 N Second Street, next Post Office
jams . . -
NO. 1 21
- I WE II A VIS .TITST KECEITKD--
-100 TO oOO TONS
Or THIS. IN V ALU A1IU5 FKUTllrlZEP,
. i -''- t ,. - -... i
which his never fAUcl, jinl will have it for
' 5010 throughout the season ; as alto DlSSOLV-
j ED BOSK I'lIOSrilATE "
! At Last Year's Prices.
i - , ' ! ; ,
1ai:i2ml&w ALEX. SPKUNT & SON
rjlllIRTY KIKE Cb.NTa iOK A JflNE Black
SEVEN UOOK FOSTER KID ULOVE Re
duced from One Dollar.
THUEK AKD FOUR-BUTTON BLACK an
COLORED KID GLOVES, for Ladies an
Misses, reduced irom One Dollar to THIRTY
NINE cents; a pair. '
A LARGE STOCK OF CRAPES, for Mourn
ing Bonncis, Veiling and Drea Trimmings, at
REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. ,
RIBBONS ! RIBBONS ! RIBBONS ! In evevy
Shade and Width, will he sold at TRKMEN
lis Market St.
jan 24' WILMINGTON, N. C.
Onion Sets, White and Red,
FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.
Also, a full assortment of
FRESH GARDEN SEED, '
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CNJARS in creat variety, &c , etc.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
New Drug Store, -jan
U Market and Second StreetB,
Ox Tail Soup.
EADY FOR USE ON TABLE, CONVE
NIENT TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND ECON
WE HAVE ALSO
Canned Tomatoes & Okra.
Soup t'rown ln
Sonp.--Receipt' for making
SUGAR CURED HAMS
SUGAR-CURED STBIPto SHOULDERS.
Call e3rly before the rush.
P. L. i BRIDQERS & CO.
HO North Front St.
' ian 14
FRESH ROCKPORT LIME,
i .! ' '
! ORDERS SOLICITED.
WORTH & WORTH.
fan 17 ' - i -
It Don't rJatter,
THE OLD YEAR IS GONE AND THE
I - - s
New Year has come, HUMPHREY, JEN
KINS A CO., are still receiving at weir vy
ter Hoae, No. 112 mth Front Street, afresh
supply every day of New Rre Oysters. Oys
ten shipped C. O. D. Fresh Shell Oysters
always on hand. Ac. .. -. jaaS
Intereatinar to Fiibermca : The cele
brated FishH Brand Gillinr thread Is
sol4on!y at Jacobi's. - He is tbe Im
porter's Aceat. - it
We win bo cUd to" receive eoinaiaalcatioa
firoa our friend on any and all anbjeeU r
geaerU Interest bat . jCvv:- (
Thename of the writer mmt always Uefu "
BUhe4 tO the Editm- ' r
Commualcatlons must be written oi oih
I one tide of the rarer. '
rcraooalHlea maatbc avoided, j!
And It Is espcclaUy and particularly ud
tVit that k . ' 4. . . I '
wuwrooei not aiwaja endot -
the views of correspondents unless so state
U the editorial column. ; -
O PER A HO US Ef.
EXTRA I EXTRA l
Pae Niiu Only ; "Wednesday.-JjtBusrr tttL
- j Farewell American Tour j
Snsagcmenl of ttio Emincat PoUh AeU-ewi
Supporlcd br Maurlco U- Bairrmore and a
Wwf tron? Drmtlc Company, i f
On vrhlch occasion will bo presented Shale'
Twelfth Wight 1 1
Yellow, White1 and Rd
tWJir.,1 icas, BEANS, Ac.. DKUGb.
Chemical,- Patent Medicine and raey
Articles. Prescriptions filled at any lime,
day and night, at , s
r. C MILLER'S Drugstore.
324 South Fourth. Comer Nun it
Pure WhlG key L
QLD KOBT1I STATE SALOON, 6 8ouU
Front St., keep ou hand Clcmmer'a Pure Rvi
Wniskey. (no flavored stuff) Plo io WhUkeri
very line. Ab good FIVJC CENTS C1GAK&
as the market affords. Finest OYSTERS
from New River. Don't waxiti a fortune at
onceNodjeadachea ttiei-c. ) jan 23 i
JpAPER AND ENVELOPES,
INKS, THE VERY BEST,
- 1 ' ! .1
BLACK AND RED
ALL KINDS OF !
PLAIN AND FANCY
OFFICE: STATION ERjf, I
ALMANACS AND DIARIES FOR Ifcjij. . ( i
For sale very cheap at 1 i
Jao 23 Llvo Book and Music Store
Cider! Cider! Cider!
jpURE APPLE CIDER,
! JUST FROM THE PRESS;!
Call and leave yotiror 'era and jugs at j
L R. mcdougal.s
No. 14 Chestnut St, bet. Front and Water
ian 22 Wilmington.' N. C.
PRIME PORTO RICO MOLASSES JUST
landed direct from the Island, which We
offer to the trade at prices to suit the times .
We guarantee this Molasses pure j , i
jan 9 tf EDWARD KIDDER A SON.
WOOD ! WOOD !
1 1- I
A FEW CORDS OF NO. 1 SPLIT OAK."
Ash, Black Jack anl PlDe, full length and
.i 'i - I - l!r:
well seasoned, rois salU ciieai, just to keev
our drays at work. A FULL LOAD EVERY
TIME. W. E. DAVIS 4 SON.
ian 17 .-. j : .
Apples ! Apples I: Apples!!
ON CONSIGNMENT AND JIUST BE SOLD!
i- - m 1 ' j
N. Y. Baldwin Apples, Ohio Red Apples, Ni
Y. Creamery Butt ir, N. C. Roll Batter, Ohld
Butter, Va. Meal, car load or small order so
E. . BLAIR,
Commission Merchant, 10 N. Second St.
dec 31 i
"JJNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, j
WILMINGTON, N. C
B. L. PERRY. Proprietor, i i
Late Proprietor Atlantic Hotel.
In all Ra apTtolntmenta.
Terms t2. M U 92.00 a
WILL NEVER FORGET
fflHERE ARE PARTIES WHO ABET AND
have bren taking advantagi of the bargains
to be had from SHRIEK'S. Tbe Suits an'P
Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children that
ate boing slaughtered at the loivered figure -you
csnoot buy the low material for. litis
our aim and ioteation to clean out all Winter
Goods before our mammoth sto:k of Spring
i - t
Clothing comoseocer coming in, and W01
therefore dispose of jur goods a) prices bear ;
" i i ;
in-little or do rclatloa to their true or actual
value, and consequently will sell j
Some 120 per cent. Jess tbaa r&lav.
Some 30 per cent, ess baa value.
Some 10 per ceot. less than value.
i -. .
It seems needless to comment on the above
unvarnished facts, init we desire Just to add
that the Inducements we offer daring this Jan
uary sale ere not only extraordinary but we
believe unprecedented and scarcely to be re
pealed in the future. Monty to be refunded
H you can equal our goods at the low prtas.
Convince yourself and call at
TOE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
jan 21 III MARKET ST.
W. & E. S. LATDIER,
Ofiee-S. C Cor. Priaceas and Water Sis.
jan, 7-lm ; i