, ; PT.TM.fZ NOTICE. -j
vfewiabegiua toreccTre coaaaiislcaUoa
xztm om? frlcndj on any aad all cztjecta
cc&eral Interest tmt
The name of the writer mtat affrays ta.ra
0S3 rOSTAGS PAID:
nlshed to the Editor. -
CoaTTiTmTcatlon mast ba wrlttea n
onosldoot the paper.
"PersoEAHUes must bo aTolded.
1 7,: 0oain.era-.
f !rt of U" city. t tba abor.
. Ai4UU especially and parUculaxly nnd
tood that the Editor doea not always endot
the Tlews of correspondent nsleai so stats
In the editorial cohuans. j f
VOL. VIII. W ILMINGTON. N. C; THURS DAY. MARCH 13, 1884.
r iiPr regular1
. -V1 I fill - - II II ; l - I
AtcAe Lira at
" S'cw Vork. arcd 18 and
Sc.lorkcwjr :;00 000 or
water. The producers
f vrletv now
Ui Fl?:rr heading
bets 7 t
jIJ.TctfJaj.of the sUxkbo.Jer of
..... ih- New lor.
L sai ., ,
. r. v,.rf.:t railroau was
LiJt Uilhteo. whose interest
r ,.,v4ulir back as the war
i-rcJce.ba$ presented her collcc
C33 c! Gretk Tisi. terracottas, lamps
izl cuiii ia all mere than 3.O0O ob
jfcu,tot!e Msscca of AnUquit;es in
t-il M:l.ua. editor of tro Cin-
jeancfajt. He bas made money rap
iJJyia tie past te jears. both lrom
k-jcewpaperaadbj fortunate specu-
U'osj. IiJ ea: w esuraaieu bow
bj wae of bis townsmen in the
The if aod danshter of the late Mr
Eoetock. the member ol rarliament
fjr SU2ie!d. wero left in" poor circum-
lAzca when Mr. lloebuck died, and
bira low reached a state of actual
wast. Mrs. Roebuck bclof In her . 87th
vtar. Sieos are being taken to raise
Ex-Senator Tbnrman has written a
letter to a friend in Washington, in
aK3 DexijBDoaocs ooi wish io vo
eawea in connecuon wim tue i resi-
caLsi corataatioa. iur no neuncr ex
mcis tor desires it. He refers to his
pabllc career as closed, and says his
tioa;hli are on other things.
I: is that Baker i'afha will probably
to reinsured ia his rack In the British
anaj. The general feeling, especially a'
ill oM club, the Army and Navy, is tha1
be has more thaa expiated his fault and
oujtt now tobc publicly reinstated.-
Tbo Pnnce ol slea is believed to be at
laurorof saca actwa. and the only
oppojjtioa to be cared is from tho Queen
asa tue jJake of Cambridge.
ArcibUiop Gibbons arrived in Now
York, on his re: urn from Europe, on
Tceaiij. He waj met at tho dock by a
4- uit ui iiicaaj. ue was me
nest of Msj. Keller, of Brooklyn, and
expected to return to Baltimom tr!v
fr. - tf.,, .. . .
u & jicrum correaDonacnt i
. i 1
I " T TBI . . . I
iacu ui i uuui
il'&xizh he h,i in w .
of tic time.
- . T wu i uimk i .
Tbe caposition at Birniinfham. A
-wia0pa April 21, instead of
AFrul, as at first eontemnlatril Tt
rf yarned proportions unan-
r' r VJ itJ prpjeetora, ana it has
w found cecessary to order a short
Poatpouesaect ia order to nreDira addi.
coca! accomaodiUons lor the entries,
M well is to pith thaWot .rsA I
keeper, more time to prepare for Go
-vtwujoi vUiura that will be in
MnUcua, ipiritaiiiaxa and the oc
f eace a any form aro very, pop
iast tow, not only in England.
Uroajvoc: whole continent,. jt
as u if t wave- of tQOaQ wero
eruS E3r0p fTOrlS lh0 8UP
j.rr , Tero aro five news papers
Z 10 object in France. four
ja7i3a-iUia Swia and three
en2'ar- Ia fact, mysticism is
ffajhionable, and the last new
"udjcassedin every drawing-
TCa 13 J erery dinner Uble,
j -B wiBj.jaauo iu uiviirame skruciuro.
m-k-v v mxnJ with a tclephoLC, with
ta'v.. .7 -"-J no expects to
tuq ocean as
ooa as the
is laid. The
or adding battery to lino almost
nTllmKh ttlnf a number
ieptndeat local batteries, induction
u to deviating poinU timultane
"P'rimeaU made Saturday
--WDlleiof wire between'
tw York-rr- .
r-..u.J, 4 "Maiogton were ro-
Col. Cash is still in jail at Columbia.
A bearing of the application of counsel
for a writ of habeas corpus was expected
(o be heard to day. Boggan Cashisslili
on the runaway and Gov. Thompson
has withdrawn the rosse after him. It is
said that fie will be com relled to come
. . ... '. r ,
m ana surrender himII in n. Fov iIavs.
In tho mcanUrac it is said that a new
complication, a sort of a side-show, has
arisen in Columbia between the corres
pondent of the Xcws and Courier and
tho Columbia licrjistcr. " Tho former
criticized the course which the latter has
taken in tho affair and ; it is reported
hero to day that th latter has made
some very severe remarks about the
correspondent which may bring on an
encounter between tbo two.
lie had just returned from his sum
mer vacation, and describing the beau
ties of mountain scenery to a lady
friend, he asked: "Have you ever
seen the Cats kill-niountainP" and she
answered:' ''No! but I havo seen the
IIDEX TO IEW ADVEBTIXEMEMTS.
Terra -Cot la ripe
IIci5SBS0EB Blank Books
National Wire and Iron Company
C W Yates Cheap Standard Works
OrERA House Yonng Mrs Wlnthrop
Mods Bb-js. A OkBosskt Druslsts
Ckonlt A Mokris Crockery at Auction
Ckoxlt A Morris, A uct'rs Underwriter's
There was no City Courtthis morn-
The storm signal was Hying again
Tho rpooints of cotton at this nort to
day loot up 76 bales.
The Rev. Dr. Mcndenhall, the evan
eehst. will preach t FiRh Street M.
E. Church to-night, the services com-
mencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Schr AtiViea Godfrey, Price, cleared
ta-dav for Su John's. P. R.. with 131.-
ir) fect lumber, valued at .093.01.
sk;DDcd bv Messrs. E. Kidder & Son.
Wo invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
For Turo White Lead & Paints, and
biggest stock of Window ( Glass and
lowest prices xorgoou articles bo sure
to go to Jacobi's Hardware Depot, t
A match game was p.ayed yesterday
the Athletic ground between
the Atlantic." (Capt. John Wright) and
tho "Enterprise," (Capt. Wmx Roberts)
nines, ibo score stood 41 tor too
former and 15 for tho latter. Mr. K. M.
Roddick was umpire and Mr. B.
me wationai wire ana iron Co., o,
Detroit. Mich., whoso advertisement
appears in this issue, is one oftho larg-
of wire and iron
country, i They
kVAAiJ A LA IUU
aio auu iuu uaicuiwa aim auiu luauu- i
lactnrers ot tho celebrated National
no ceieDratca xxationai
Our dealers will do well
Evhen in want of goods in
10 wiiio iaum wacn ia want oi guous iu i
-. . l . l . c i . ; i
A New Iaper.
We hayo received the initial
the Shoo Heel Print, Mr.
BromeU editor and proprietor. He has
labored under many difficulties in get-
ting out tho first issue, but he ! has sue-
fining if minmm. nl
especially its local pages, with a large
a i. .t ' I
ah,ad. Bro. Bromell. Wo wish you
. . .1 I
n thnndint iunsa ana noiMinaiTonr
Shoo Heel piints may be traced to the
doosot every family In
the adjoining counties.
Fire this MorniDtr.
At fihmit 2:30 o'clock this morning
the people resident in the I vicinity of
Red Cross and Seventh streets were
aroused from their slumbers by the
cry ot fire, and a glance from their
windows showed that the colored
Baptist church on the corner of the
above named streets, of which Rev.
uscarAuuer is pastor, was eavwiopcu
mi . a I
In flames. The building was a small
which had recently
and tne liames naa
made such headway before they were
aiscoverea mat it was cearij uvjw i
before tho fire bells were rung. It was
evidently tho work ol an incendiary.
" . '
TKt ahnnf cnn TVrt nnmnw. i
XI you uccu av nu l-uuu ium n
T r 1 1 1 1.-. I
cooking stove, don't fail to seo the Ex
celsior Penn., Zeb.
V.nrrt and New
Emerald, besides other.. They are to
The are to
who Im tho manufacturers agent, f
lil lTd w I
The Smithville Guards.
There will be an entertainment at the
Court House, at Smithville. to-night.
given for tbo benefit of the new military
organization with thft ahnrA nm nf
mai town. 1 he exerrispa will rnnoU
lr,i .: i i
r,u,auidlH; uie3wiugns um tucu
I :- i
L numbcr ot the rrallant ircntlemen add
Bl u iuLiuiiii;uui mus c. in wnmn (iiiilh
fi, KMi:r.,i 1 ku.a
oi amunvuie win appear, rno pro
gramme is well selected and the enter
tainment promises to ba both pleasant
We seo by the Columbia,
ncrjisicr inai a tramp (name not given,;
rt - a . . t . S . -
was taken up by the police of that city
and upon examination stated that he
was bound for Wilmington. The
Mayor then told him to 5et".for Wil
mington nd tho impoverished pedes
trian started at onco upon hi3 travels.
Ho may steal a ride on some freight
train and be here in a day or two, but
ilho a'pats crostics" all the way he will
hardly arrive at police headquarters
hero until the latter part of next week:
There was a meeting of the members
of the 'second Presbyterian i Church.
ueiu ui, Lueir piucu oi worsuip last uiab
ior me purpose oi electing some addi
r a l r i . j j
tional officers,which resulted as follows :
Elders Dr. A. D. McDonald and
Mr. John W. Monroe. I
Deacons Messrs. J. R. Chasten,
Thomas R. Post and W. K. Walker.
mm-m w v waa w a
and Austin Sandlin. j
lneomccrs elect will be duly in-
stalled at the regular service which will
At Halt Mast.
The 'schooner Mary J. Cook,
Orcutt, had her flag at
day out of respect to the memory of the
owner, wno died a lew days since at
his homo in Waldoboro, Me. Some of
e other schooners in port also had
theTrvflags at half-mast for the same
The deceased, Mr. Henry Kennedy,
was a prominent citlzon and was large
lp engaged in shipping interests, being
iuu principal uwuurui luo tsci uauicu
above and tho schooner Ida Francis,
Capt. Francis, now also in this poit.
lie was the senior member of the firm
of II. Kennedy & Co.,-of Waldoborot
and was also tho collector ot customs
for his district. The deceased was
about 40 yeas of age. was unmarried ,
and tho cause of death was Bright's
Major James II. HI, of Richmond,
Baggago Agent of the Associated Rail
ways, was in the city to-day.
Wo aro clad to learn tnat tnat ess
teemed gentleman, Mr. Alexander
Sorant. who has been confined to the
house for several weeks past, has im
, . .
4W,WV ,v" ' . r
pear at his oflico for a short timo yes
terday. Ho is still, however, not en-
provea very mucn auu WB3 auW w P
Bear returned to the city on
Tnasl.n niirKf fOT f UTrt TOAV in fTlA
Northern markets, during whicn time
I . . . A W a. - mm I
is customers may be suro that hws
ailvo 10 lueir ""tua8W
Capt. W. W. Carraway, our genial
end of the Xcws and Observer, was in
th ritv to-dav. !
Mr. J. W. Powell, of Clinton. Samp-
ofsn nnn ntv wta In thft citv tcwdav and
registered at tne i urceu uouse.
Mr. R. K. Bryan, Jr., has removed
with his family toFayetteville.where.he
has Kwvimn nn Hitnr find nronrifitor of I
i9 fc.WWMW mmmm " - g '
the Favetteville Sun, an able and true.
blue Democratic paper. We wish him
8uccess in hii enterprise.
Rhea in Charleston.
Rhea seems to have thoroughly
charmed the Charleston tans. She
played Adriennt in that city on Tuesday
night and last night was to have ap
ne&red there as Camille. In speaking
0fner on the former occasion, that dig-
critic the Kews and Courier.
gays in its yesterday's issue :
M - O w
xivir, rkm u m artist who is seen to
the best advantage in an emotional part,
"-r;:: :;r;i"Tn7 I
- "f' KsffST Tha ston o!
;, niv u Umiliar m all who have
-' Z. . V. . , . I
swn trsA nr inn renr.n snnooi. i
IVlle ntiea's Aarxcant was a supero
: . 1 l I
0r aMinv inn ner snDDon wu aaiieeiveti. - man
that could be desired. In the last two
lads sue ueia ner auaience speu-ooaou.
ana waoiuucu wu, ; . " vv
mo n(T tns rTRLRSI OI emOUOnai I
was also superbly acted, and Mr. Kob
ofthepartof Michonnet, the" actress'
faithlul iriena - - T I
, TILE MAULS.
0ffiCsiw:"dartve at tt0 tlt7Po9
torS aaSiaiLU:: aoo m.
--v-----6.15P. M.and 8.00 A. M.
I Ml' 1 Tor TIM 1W ITAfln .4
I routes Btrrmliefi thprefmm inrTnd.
lnS A. & N. C. Eallroad at
7.00 P-M. and S.00 A. M
sonthem M.aiu fn. nninfp A..tk
i . . . . .jw..
. jexceps Sunday).... 6.15 r. M.
All poluta between Hamlet and lial- i
Mali for Cheraw and Darlington Ball-
Toad.. 6.15 A. M, and 8.00 P. Mi
Mails for points between Florence 1
and Charleston 6.15 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
FarctteTllle and offices on Cape Fear
Klver, Tuesdays and FrldayB 1.00 P. M;
Faycttcvlllf, rla Ltunberton, dally,
except Sundays..... ,...6.15 P. M.
Onslow C. II. and. Intermediate ofii-
i. TnARfl.iva n nil Wirlava ft V A T
1 . ... V. 1 - J .......... vw a,
Shallotteand Little lilvei. Tues
Fridays .6.00 A.M.
lie. dally ...s
OPEN FOR DEL1VEBY.
.8.30 A. M.
Northern through and way mall3. . . .7.30 A. M
Southern Malls 7.30 A. M.
Carolina Central Railroad...; 9. 00 A. M.
Malls collected from street boxes business
portion of city at 5 A. M-, 11.30 A.M. and 5.80
P. M.. and from other pointr of the city at 3
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M..
Money order and Keelster Department oren
jrom 8 A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
uenerai delivery open rrom 7 A.M. to 6 p.m.
and on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.S0 A. M. ' l
Carriers delivery open on Sunday from 8.30
O 9.30 A. M. i
Tflirvlifif. TV r!hnroh Rrmth Onnrtor.
1 1 Xfppf;nfrq
Wilmington at Fifth Street April
Clinton Circuit at Johnson's
Chapel ..April 12-13
Topsail Circuit at Herring's
Chapel April 19-20
Bladen Circuit at Soule's
Chapel ..April 26-27
Wilmington at Front Street May 3- 4
Brunswick Circuit at Mace- ;
SmithvilieJ.' ."......'': May 17-18
Bluff. May 2s25
Flemington Circuit ..May 28
Elizabeth Circuit at Bladen
Springs May 31 and June 1
Newton Grove Mission at
Black's Chapel June 7- 8
Cokesbury Circuit at Cokes-
bury June 14-15
Point Caswell Mission June 18 J
Duplin Cireuit June 21-22
Onslow Circuit. June 28-29
Waccamaw Mission, . . . . ; v J une 28s29
W.H Bobbitt, P. E.
aiULrvarvMuv aiauiia .aiav0M v
sfVtl A A rorn pAofmeofoii of. T a 1 f i
mor , consrders St. JacobsOil an ex-
T7ES1 ERDAY. THREE SMA1 L KEYS.
X two inner' Safe Keys and a post office key, j
tbo three attached by a small chain. Ihcy can
be of no use to any one but the owner, and a
reward will be paid for their recovery, at
mch 13 it x.tu.a urriiiB.
A CAR LOAD OF SUPERIOR 8AL1-
GLAZED or VITRIFIED STONE PIPE, for
salo at manufacturer's prices, and lower than
any In this marks t. Apply to
mchl3 1t j CITY SURVEYOR.
N TO-MORROW, FRIDAY MORNING, at
10 o'clock, we will sell at our Sales Room;
North Water Street, per order and under in
spectlon of the Agent for Underwriters,
X1U SacKS (o xsusneisj xei-
I Slightly damaged by Steamer on her voyage j
from Baltimore to this port,
j , CRONLY A MOiZRIS,
mch 13 It Auctr'a.
Crockery at Auction.
,N TO MORROW, FRIDAY MORNING, at
o'clock, we will sell at our Sales Room,
North Water street, a large assortment of
Crockery, consisting of 1
! ' . I .
Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Plates,
Cups and Saucers, Bowls, Covered Dishes,
Bakers. Meat Dishes, Chambers, Ac,
Spittoons, Pitchers, Ac, Ac
Sold In lots to suit the trade.
CRONLY A MORRIS,
mch 13 It
City Drug Store.
"CI VERY MAN MAY BE HIS OWN COOK,
but every man cannot prepare his ownmedi
cine. Call at the "New Dru Store- and have
h - ,
t w rnwm w irgnirr
A .l.t.rM mA Mitt. a tnat M.
. . - w -o o .
- T TU,,.
j. ui xrcuuiabiuiii
-m r-om . rontvrinr rV
cups and saucers for decoration.
xe&n unxc&wm iocx
W. P. SUMXEfi, Fbxs.
t2f5end lor Catalogue.
men 13 d&w ly
MONDAY, March 17,
The f imous Madison Square Theatre of New
-York, has the pleasure of announcing the
appearance in this city, of its famous
Star Company in tna Charming
YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP,
With 8 Recognized Star Artists j
STAR CAST. .'ALL THE ORIGINAL SCENERY
Prices $1. 75. 60. 25.
E. J. BUCKLEY,
WJ II. GLLLETTK,
Salo of seats op?nsat
mch 13 3t
Dyer's, .March 14, 1881.
-JEDGERS, JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS,
Cash Books, Memorandum Books, Note, Draft,
Receipt and Bill Books, Check Books for the
Bank of New ; Hanover and First National
Bank, all perforated and new styles.
PAPER and ENVELOPES. '
INKS The very best kind of Black and Red
Inks. For Eale cheap at
Live Book and Music Store.
UPHOLSTERING AND PAPER HANGING.
I HAVE JUST OPENED AT 2S. NORTH
Front St.. with a complete stock of Window
Shades aHd Wall Paper and am prepared to
do all kinds of Upholstering In a strictly first
class manner. I shall make a epecla.ty of
overhauling old and maklDg new Hair Mat
tresses, a 11 1 abk is a trial.
mch12- W. T. JOHNSON, Ag,t.
I I I
WE GIVE BOTTOM PRICES ON
BOOTS Sc SHOES
Good bottoms to stand on. Easy wearing;
good giving solid cemfort an1 place you on
a firm foundation . Try us and see if we can't.
Geo R. French & Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT ST. ;
mch 11 I
N. A. STEMIAN, Jr.,
- t 1
Offlr on Princess, between Front and Sec
ond streets. In the Basement or isuuoing so.
114. next to old Journal Building, WILMING
TON. N. C . ; . . 1 . . . J .
PraUces in au me urumnai ana kayu
Courts of New Hanover. Bladen, Columbus,
Pender and Brunswick counties.
f eb S-dAw-tf i ; j- '
It Don't Clatter
F THE OLD YEAS IS GONE AND THE
Year has 'come, HUMPHREY, JEN
E3NS A CXX, are stm receiving at their Oys
ter Hone, No. 112 South front Street, 1 fresh
! supply every day ox dew River oysters, uys
! ters shipped C. O. VD. Fresh Shell Oysters
always on hand. Ac tjaaS
F. E. lOKCXLER, SKfr.
ional fire' &i Iron Co.
Wlr Cloth. Wire Con Titer KaJlinrr. m
Wire nrTM, Cain-t
IO-Mention UUs Vvcr.
Friday, - - March 11
Engagement of the Distinguished French
Society Star, i
Supported by Mr. WILLIAM nAums
a Strong Dramatic Company, under the man
agement of ARTHUR B. CHASE, In . .
i -' , ,.i
Rcsened Seate $U0 nd $1, according to
location. Sale of Seats for this engagement
will open Wednesday, March 12th, at Dyers.
mch 10 4 1 i i
Just the Thing.
rjlHOSE FJBE CLAY CHIMNEY PIPES.
Make a cheap and satisfactory Chimney. W
pecially for Kitchens f i , '
JTAIUUSK A TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL.
QENTS' TRUNKS, PACKING TRUNKS,
Travelling Bags and Satchels. Carriages, Bug
Igles Phaetonn, Carta and Drays, Saddlery
uoous, ui. uoiiom ngurcs. ltcpairlng in all Its
branches by skilled workmen. i
McDOUGALL A BOWDEN.
Next to D. A, Smith's Furniture Store
mch 10 ; i . , ; ,
Assignee s Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT
Public Auction, for cash, on Frldav. ihn
21st inst, at 10 o'clock, a, m.. the entire stock
of .Goods, Liquors, Store.Flxturcs, Ac, In the
bwrv now occupied uy u. JLOeu
of Princess and Water streets.
mch1 10 ids
Don't Pay Rent.
T3UILDING LOTS IN DESIRABLE
localities for sale, on tfce instalment
plan. In this city I have seld over
one hundred and fifty Lots and Houses
and Lots to parties who havo paid in full for
' . . - i . !! !
them, by instalments monthly j payments..
Also.I have a large number now oil mv hooka.
who are making regular monthly payments
and will soon own homes and get clear of land-'
lord rule. I
Money loaned to thoso wishing to build, j
appiyto i r
JAMES WILSON, r
For Bal Ileads.
riiUB WORLD CHAMPION WIG MAKER
JL is in the city and can be found at Miss E.
Karrer's. The latest styles of Hair Goods at
the lowest prices. I am aclllnor nt retail .r
wholesale prices. Wigs. Frizzes ad Switches
made in the finest style. Call and examine.
i Juespectiuuy, i i
mch 6 lw . MRS. LANG,
We Ask Attention
rjlO OUR STOCK OF
CHOICE FAMILY SUPPLIES,
l . -.-(
embraciog every article necessary for the
! :i - I' .
tabic, both substantial and fancy We make
daily additions, thereby Insuring fresh goeds
at all times. While we make no
mmtk ..II aft
prices en any particular article
fwi u pvu tut
goods at tho lowest prices consistent with
J. B. HUGGINS A CO.
X)rrE HAVE A FEW HAND SATCHEX
in Plush and Leather, which we will close
out BELOW COST.
! 8- ' i
Come In and see what an exquialte ba
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Dealers in Drugs and Fancy Goods."
12 Cakes Fine ToDet Soap, 23 cents.
Tobacco Selling Fast.
300 B0XE3 CADDJE5 SOLD with
in three weeks. ", 1 . - -v . M
20J Boxes and Caddies to close consignment.
Various Brands from 20 cents upwards. ! i
. SAM'L BEAR, u, '
JachZ - - 18 Market Stwet
A XD "FLORIDA FISH ROE- at retail
"BUCK AND ROE SHAD can be found at
oar Fish Market the season through, and
tber Spring Fish as they come In. 1 " f
"so - DAVIS Jt FON. !
Home's Garden Oysters !
They are to be hi
TO BE THE BEST.
are to be had only at tke old tioxth,
bute Saloon. No. (J. South i rent fit.
Ice cool La
iger cecT a specialty. The beat
d purest Wines sold la the cltT; i
iigirs as good as tha beet.
Calland be con
I Sell nU Kinds j
COUNTRY PRODUCE ON COMMISSION.
Highest market prices tmaranteed and prompt
returns. A. W. KIvaNUAIIK,
Proluce CommUslcn Merchant' and Grocer.
Hi North Water St. Wilmington. N.C.
V Refers to Bank of New ilanover.
feb2a j. ... .