l II" II I . ii m m a I I ii " I . ill I ii. ii v 1 1 f 1 1 1
P' . . 1TTV I II II II II - J 11-1 I II II I II - ' .11-11 II--. IV II III I ' 1 V 1 1 , I
JJ 11 l M A . Jl U i II II i II l I i V : J V V n
I i - " fc i i t g I """" aw m written oa osl
- r' ,w month. S3 cents.
' .M.lX-" . v.. .rrlAT frM
tvtf wtf rgu!arr.
.'y of Wilmington
to. f any twspapcr
fdlT "en luw"
iiiai II . and roade-a Czar
TVtce com-U'lcn cars left
TaftIt- tl. .onMomlay. lor the
lit c-f l -
,-flcr Kell.r is said u us con
lt.. friendi the news
-IOC1'" . f IT
.-re-.irelroa, rM hfct
Anna DiThop. celebrated
tua thirty yea"
. u-.".,ron $7t3 that it is simply
mi- - . i i t i,-
mere suouju uw
!m ceabcr of Concai. claiming to te
. turaL who refuses his support to
. mMMM the Morrison
rjho? Ktvssaaib. of the M. E.
Ci3rta Sou:b. hai gone to his rest and
1 ... . -. morninz. ftZcd 83
jean. U"J rtaalsi will be interred at
ZUb'j tradioa lor rett cars is about
be izitodzctd oa Hijhgate Hill, in
the isbjrlJ effondoa. and coastdera-
f f't in the result of an
exptrixtcl. which, it is said, has ne?er
Uta miJe hllhcrto In Europe.
TteKisbTille American says that
lie kaadsome sum of $10.6CG.OOO is in
ru:d ia manulacturing in the four
pr.a'ipil cities of Tennesssee. Kash-
Till has St.feJO.OOO; Memphis, $'2,Cat.-
VOL. Villi V ILMINGTON. N. C. THXTRS DAY. MARCH 20. 1884
UJiumoia, lenn .is to nato a cotton It was reported here to-day that
factory to cost S 175.000. the stock hav- Boggan Cash had been c aptured , but
in 2 been subscribed and tho company the report needs confirmation.
ziU.rl avuI I '
iicv. ii. liiacK. pastor ot tno -rres
byterian Church at Burgaw. was in the
city to-day on one of his rare visits
Mr. Randall's friends begin to have
strong hopes of his nomination at Chi
caco. They predict the certain defeat
of the Morrison bill and say it will
placo Randall i a mora favorable atti
tude leroro he country.
Chairman Roosevelt, of tho New York
assembly investigating committee . cm
Tuesday morning waited upon Governs
or Cleveland and demanded the removal
of Sheriff DaYidsoD, of New York city.
for malfeasance in ofllcc.
The Nashville American says : Vc
Today is the TJlh anniversary of the
last day of the battle of Bentonsville.
which was fought on the IDth and 20th
of March, 18C5.
t r ,
New Irish potatoes were in the mar
ket this morning, bu they were very
small and 20 cents per quart was the
price asked for them.
There is but very little cotton comiug
into market now and the most ot that is
oeing nciu. so that transactions on
continue to hear much about Mr. Til- change are extremely light,
den's increasing feebleness. Yet the
The folJowiug unmailable postal mat
ter remains in the postoffice in this city:
Emperor Cobb, care Sam Chinnis;
Fannie Ilavner, 304 Dryards "street;
Calvin Fletcher, care I." L. McLaini
Arthur Robson, 1,316 Wood street; Sue
Chasseur McNeil, La Southing, care R.
T. Davis, box 13.
This well known noYclty and Iburlcs-
(iue Company will present their stand
ard attraction at the Opera House on
Wednesday, March- 26tb. Their pro
gramme is replete with laugh provok
ing and telling hits, and their music,
costumes, situations, song choruses,
and medleys are very attractive.
fJK) BUT FOUB GOOD MILK COWS BY
May l&L Mast gire from 1) to 14 quarts daily.
J. D. SUB LETT,
PmlthvlUc, S. C.
New Spring Styles !
JJATS, 'FATUC9V FLOWERS, NECK
WEAli AND OTIIEK MILLINERY GOODS.
ME3. KATE C. WINES,
- No 11J North Second Street, '
mch 2 I next Tost Office.
'wuMtM to reoem coaairticauoa
toom oux friends oa aay sad all aabjecta
general latezeat tmt . , -I 1.
Th name of tu wrlto taxut always tfa
aaaed to the Editor.
"""" " 'wai mttJt d wrxnea oa
OMaldaof tho paper.
reraonaSUea xaxut be avoided
And It U espedalr and particularly and
tood that the Editor does not always endot
the tlews of correspondents to state
tn the editorial eohnons. - i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS J
W. & E. S. L1TIMER,
Yy- ww." Princess and Water Sis.
A Fatal Attempt.
be any party which would plant itself Deiween tno waters oi theapo lonsing to a Norwegian barque l jing at
on a free trade platform rwsuu HnunTBn, im lormer anchor in the stream at Smithville was
Demg orown ana muuay wnuc tne Jat
In the suit of Miss Hill against ter was dark and clear,
Senator Sharon, in San Francisco,
For 'Court at Smithville.
gTEAMER PASSPORT will
run lor passengers aurlng Court M2
drowned while attempting to desert.
We could not learn the name of either
Monday, the plaintiff testified that the
defendant saia mat u she would give
hini a paper of release he "would give
me $100,000 and $500 a month allow
ance, but I refused."
Mr. Henry watierson says that l
the Democratic Presidential candidate
is to come irom the East, Senator
Bayard would be the choice of an over
whelming majority of the Democrats
of the South and West. Mr, Watterson
adds that Mr. Bayard Las been his first
At the April meeting of the County the vessel or the man, but it seems that
Commissioners listers of laxables will he threw overboard a lite preserver with
be appointed, one for each township. which to assist him to reach the shore,
No assessors will be this year appoint'
Mr. J. D. Subiett,of the Hotel Bruns
wick, at Smithville. wants to buy four
good milch cows between now and May
1st. They must bo first class in every
respect. Seed ad.
and then jumped oyer -himself, but
I failed from some cause (probably the
darkness) in reaching it. His shouts
for assisthnce were heard by people on
the shore, but he sank before a boat
could reach him.
Week at SmlthTllle, leaving Wilmington daily
at a. m., ami Smithville at 3 i. ni.
inch 20 2t J. T HARPER.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20.
We acknowledge the reception, with
the compliments of Gen. W. P. Robert! f
choice, as far as private feeling goes, for the Auditor of the State, of a copy, ot
Senator and Mrs. McDonald arrived
st Wil ard's Saturday, en route to
Fortress Monroe. The Senator is in
Capt. R. P. raddison, who lelt here
35 days ago on the steamer North Stale,
for the Altamaha riyer, in Georgia, ar-
hisreportfbr the fiscal year ending rived in the city this morning. Heap- at Dyer's
November 30th, 1883. . 1Q spienaia neaun ana gooa spirits
ana says that he enjoyed nimseii since
NOVELTY AND BURLESQUE COMPANY!
Presenting Phalanx of
16-Beanliful and ialentel laJj Artisls-16
Followed by a
SUPERB OLIO OF SPECIALTIES !
DON JOSE, tbe Spanish Dude.
! Reserved Seats tl. General Admission 75.
50c Gallery 25c. Box Sheet opens March 24.
men zv tn s m t
Choice New Crop Molasses.
The hour for the .Thursday night his departure finely, although he had a
meeting at the Jb irst Presbyterian 7ery rough time after leaving the bar at
wifS link hv no meana Rtroni? Church has been again changed and is the month of the Cane Fear until he
enough to submit to political interview, now fixed fat 8 o'clock. The Sunday reached Charleston, after which it was SECOND CARGO
(t'lzn belli Ij dead Ibroazhoul France
a aistfnwj of ibo word. ajs a recent
Frtsca writer. He is even more dead.
perbpi. thaa Thiers, whose words and
exisp'e are still sometimes, though
urj rarely, cited.
io?. "For my one remark you may
state," he said to a Post reporter, "that
anv report of an 'interview' Willi me
will be a pure fabrication."
Tbe deaa of the
Coyest St. Ixg:j delivered an
1tmj the other day in which he took
Krosr groutd artiest the affiliation of
practitioners ot that school with alio-
patlhk phjsiciaas, or, as he politely
termed it. wua "outiide schools of
'.Mrs. Partington, what do you use
I - m wAv V n rt wf fl 9' alA1 1Lf9 TarO)
iui icij uau wiu oaacM ui9t vuu
Handkerchiefs, ma'am," answered
the a?ed dame, looking oyer her specta
cles. Handkerchiefs are a desideratum
in tbe event of a cold. I but a bottie of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a neccssisty,
irrtm.,rtr,. I oecause it not only relieves, not cures
wr... . , -
I l UB nUiJIp vUiU Ui CVIUli.
pleasant. He leaves to-night to visr
his family at Point Caswell, but his
stay will be short, as his time is limited
to a few days. Capt. Paddison seems
to be well pleased with his change of
base, but we would like to see him come
back to remain permanently in our
1 1 DEI TO MEW ADVERTISEME1T8.
J D Scblett Cows Wanted
OrcBA House Ben tz-Santley s
IIH5SBXROKS Easter Presents
Jas Wilson Economy is Wealth ,
J T ILtKrEB-For Smithville Court
C W Tatxs Cheap Standard Works
Mas Katb Wisrs New Spring Styles
Knights and Ladles of Honor Local ad
Worth Jb Worth New Crop Molasses
IIcs'ds Bros.; & DeRo&set Easter Cards
It hu beta noticed ia Washinrton
tia: tiedeatis which bare taken placo
sacs ceabcrs of the Houmj during
ti esi;ocj ilccr the Forty.fifth Con
rw. oa both the ReDuhliean and
Desocratic ilde, hare been from the
or fourth row. That row has.
A BMllltJ hj n .
Oce of the largest oleomargarine county, was in the city to-day
Cl2afirtrirr n !. I
.J7.: A'"!.! :u"jr. a Scbr.KateE.nicJi, Bowman. I sailed
-a3ou;vfjg0.000 pounds Of it - n.uv V, Xfnroh IMh fnr
services will begin at 11 a. m. and
p. m: until further notice.
Mrs. Fannie Devereuz Skepwith,
eldest daughter of the lato Bishop Polk,
who was also a Lieutenant-General in
the Confederate Army, died at Oxford,
Miss., last Saturday. -The decreased
lady had near relatives in this city.
Tho Cornet Concert Club will meet JUippmcott s magazine.
toimght for practice, and will herealter LtppmcoWs for April opens with a
during tho season meet once a week for deltehtfullv written 'article on "New i
that purpose. There will be aa addi. Germantown and Chestnut Hill,
tion to tbe band of a clarionet and pic- which is likely to prove even more
colo, two very desirable instruments, attractive than the article on "Old Ger-
which wi.l add much to the effective mantown" in the February number.
ness of tho music. The illustrations are from original de
signs. "In the Kauri Forests of New
Zealand," is a simple but graphically
NOW LANDING AND WILL BE SOLD
PROMPTLY FROM WIIARF
At Low Price.
WORTH & WORTH.
men so j
Tho oyster season, like
on the wane now.
the moon , is
Knisrhts and Ladies of Honor.
Regular mcctingthis (Thursday) eve
ning. i? uu attendance aesireu. it
Thanks to Dr. . b. batch wea tor a
oopy ot a paper read by him before 'the Queen's Negroes," has the merit of be
blalo Medical society, at tne aunuai mc not onlv amusing but iresh and in
meeting, held in Tarboro, last May, structive." A German Novel,' and
entitled "Advances in Antiseptic Med- ?Somo New Anecdotes ot Heine," are
icino 4nd Surgery." It is from ; the the littery articles of this number. In
Economy is Wealth.
JpiVE YEARS RENT WILL PUR
CHASE A HOME. BuUdlng Lots for
sale on the instalment plan on Castle,
Church, Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry, Red
Cross, Gwynoy Rankin, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth,
Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, Ninth, Dickinson,
worded narrative. ,Howthe Roman ienw- wooa. Jcwventn,-cnariotte,
Spent His Year" is the title of the first Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
of two papers. "Glimpses of the
The "Old Hickory"
skilled workmen. . " ' 1 'j w w
SICDOUGALL A BOWDKV
mchnttOD' A Smlth Store.
Home's Garden Oysters
A RE CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST.
21. Tjcy are to 1ms haI only at the Old North
biato Saloon, No. (i. South Front St - "
ICC COOl LjLcrP.r Hf ri a n . l m. . .
f Whiskey ami purest Wines sold iu tho city.
eCigrs as good as the hest. t'An .b,iik.j;. .
For Smithville Court.
1?OR THE ACCOMMODATION OF PER
r.i8?D? dCBMDZ attend .Court at Smiili
ville the new and fast steam yacht Louise will
on and after Mond.iv next itt. tmrtJlt"
WilroiDgton at J) o'clock, a. m. Returnlnlr
wif-J?0? I ll1880 PPly on board.
i uaii mwi ui ivuvik a tree L.
WM. WEEKS J '
JUST RECEIVED !
Hats and Bonnet
rjlHE LADIES OF WILMINGTON ARE
hereby notified that I have' thU day received
an invoice of Spring Hats and Bonnets, em
bracing all the latest styles and patterns.
A call and an examination i iTai-.tfniii
MISS E. KARRErI
mch IS - Exchange Conur
Sakes Alivo !
-TXTIIAT STOVE IS THAT ? WHY IT'S
1! I ' : I
THE "BARLEY SHEAF". Something NEW.
auv. uuuu uTi. i ijukes ucauurui :
It's a Joy to any household; take in awholo
steer at once: size of oven for No. d. 9au.iM.
xl5 inches. Only by f ,
nTTry TOTm FARKER St TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. j mch 17
TTE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
T T o i ingusnann ieigium Breech Loaders
brought to this market. Also a first-
class stock of Shells, Wadding; Primcrs,Cart
nage-uags, uun uapj, Game Bags, Ac. In
fact we can show a stock of HardwinL tirut
goous ana guarantee prices.
W. E. SPRINGER A CO.
Also. Houses and Lots for sale.
Money loanea to tnose wisning to bulla.
mch 20 JAMES WILSON.
X7LEGANT AND RICH EASTER CAED3
Successors to John Dawson St Co..
'7 is. 2i and 23 Market 8uet
When the Painless Tooth
EXTRACTOR WITH HER GILDED Chari
ot shall havo gilded from our mldat and
tne pcopie nave once more realized the truth
of the ancient proverb : "All is not gold that
glitters," don't forget the old reliable stand
wuere ait tne sianuara JJraga
and Fancy Articles can be had at reasonablo'
F. C. MILLER'S Dniir fltAr.
mch 17 Correr Fourth and Nun s(s
lard Drags, Sundries. Toilet .
iucy ArncieB can do naa at reasonablo
Also a fine line of EASTER CARDS.
Capt. V. V. Richardson, of Columbci pre3se3 0f Jackson & Bell, of this city, way 0f fiction , the continuation of "The aml al1 klnds of z Extravaganzas.
"wjjear.tircstfce following as his
fce:p: 100 poandj of oleomarxrariner.
po3aa4 of centralized lard. 10 gal
w oecce oil, drawn into a churn
j this port.
Mr. A. Weill, who has been in New
5oo or 600 pounds of milk and 80 city last night. i
of colorio matter, churned and
1'aul and Minntnoi; tw,r.
ciuej of Minnesota, will soon
cucuaaoas, if not homogeneous.
are separated from each
dj ice MaauiicDi river, bnt aral Wa mo rcnucsted to
Pn : i. I
- -.aau out lie mode of government. 1 James1 Church will not be open
CJ- Ia the past year 6,700 build service until Sunday morning.
xe oeea erected in both places at
j it. IW.OOO.
Turner's Almanac promises a hoar
frost for Inext Thursday. Hope its a
Mr. W. P. Canaday. Sergeant at Arms
of tha United States Senate. Is here to
day on a shortjvisit.
say that St.
Cil4 Clin W nwvnOv onnvliwl
"peaces a GaiTeston. for one of
The weather this morning was sim
ply delightful with a bracing atmos
phere that was truly exhilerating. ,
The beautiful and fragrant yellow ground, breaking his right arm.
-tT WU coodcaced to filty years' jessamine is now in its fnilest glory of He was resting comfortably to-day
IxzthA tv . wvic4 kv. I bloom in tne woous arouna tnis city.
hu c acawinco me court
oi S. 10 carried out on tho
acf ApriLbatik. v.:- ing. and only one applicatiod for lodg
-xtiatti. firal ntl,nrA h,. wgat
;JV "i'64 buu serve out t&e fifty
There was no City Court this morn
police headquarters last night.
and is no douot very entertaining read- Perfect Treasure" is exceedingly c:ev
ing for the initiated. I er and entertaining, and the beginning
Nnw Hanover conntv is resoondintr i another short serial, "At Last,"
i:kmiw trttv,nii for finnmi hoir promises the interest of a stroug plot
I J - - a " MAiHAifo 1 1 rti I 7'
and personal cooperation in making the auu IumttUtI
State Exposition a success, in conse- a very pleasing and well contrived
- 1,1 . u.IStorv. "April xiau, ia a luiuuwuc
What is our sister county of Pender 8etc.Q apprepruwu w iuo uumoer.
going to do in the matter? Would itnot "taster ousioms auu suitiuus anu
hroll rnr1h.;t.7Rnnl that rnnnlv Otner snort papers m iub. - axommj
w. .w. J t . ,, , , jl . 1.1.1
tocallftineetinfftobeiieldonthe first KxOSSip " snouiu not oe ovenooKcu.
Monday in April and take action in the Attempted Burglary.
mailer. . I A Krll Vint iinnpvcrnl ntmnf. nt.
Arm Broken. burglary was made between 3 and 4
We ar snrrv tn hrnr nt an ftvu1pnt O ClOCK tnis morniaS upon me premises
I -m r t n r .1 I
which befell Mr. Beiamin Mott's littla I Mr. X'. iJarrenune, on ia-ue, u-
son. a lad of about ten years, yesterday tween Front and Second streets. The
afternoon. Ho was on horseback, and wouia-oe ourgiar auempieu iu ui
nM!n(, nn(lPr n lrw t n hrannh WlUdOff Of Mr. KaiTCntine S Sleeping
overhead and was unseated and fell to room DUta3 " was cuuiu ou j
u: raise it a short distance. It was suHi
cicnt, however, for him to thrust his
arm through and reach a vest in which
cry otxccessiai. was a watch and pair of spectacles.
Messrs. Primrose and Fries, of the The burglar made some j noise which
State Exposition, and Worth, of the awoke Mr. Barrentine, and the latter
Fish Commission, are vet in tha citv ran out upon tho piazza, but the thief
A, carefully selected lot just received, inclu
ding some beauties in Autotypes bearing East
Of various descriptions, especially selected
for Easter, and now on exhibition and com
manding attention and ranid sale. .
In order to be able to satisfy yourselves in
selections for Easter, call early at
mch 20 Live JJook and Music Store.
E HAVE REDUCED PRICES ON OUR
Now is the time to buy a
GILES & MURCHISON,
"ITFE MAKE AWNINGS OF All Kinds. Get
eur estimate before placing your order. Mat
tresses renovated, furniture upholsterod and
repaired, and the handsomest stock of FUR
NITURE, WINDOW SHADES, &c, In the
wc3 O'Brien, th pnnMuf
tfi. - r ....
CercfXaw Ynrt t. tUry.A..
Mi. j w ww ntMl utiu fctlw
wst: ivd.. t.
The storm signal, which was display
ed Tucaday night and yesterday, was
i taken down last night. It was a false
working, each in their respective Jinter- had taken fright and fled, leaving the city, to be sold at low down prices, by
ests. The two former havo expressed vest and its contents unnarmea on tne
themselves as highly gratified at the floor. Mr. Barrentine then returned
cordial and kindlv reeention which has to his room, lighted a lamp and laid
been given them, while the latter is a down, with his back towards the win-
According to the almanac Spring Srt of an old acquaintance , who knew dow. In about half an hour he heard j
young man commences to-day. The almanac and j beforehand what kind of people Wil some one working at the other window
THOS. C. CRAFT, Agt.,
I 20 So. Front Street
w-J u Wyoming a little stout. I tho atmosphcro are lor once in keeping mlngtonians were, and. as a consc- of his room near by where he had laid
tadv ..'?cilxlllr8 ol raodesty with each other. quence, knew Must what to
T3UCK AND ROE SHAD IN ABUNDANCE.
votes and ud
iir . rC, ' Gkiih hair now tnru-
Li... ---. mousiaciie, ana
IU . T J. " Krown gray l
r l ltt Rpabli
l cxt da j to cu abused
IrJoa need n -
expect. I his trousers upon retiring last night,
Send orders to r
W. E. DAVIS SON.
Proprietors of the only regularly
established Fishery fa this section
Mr M. M. Katz returned to tho city They have been quite successful in rais- but which he had removed to a secure
last nieht. after an absenco of two iaS money aor me oeaeaisoi new nan- pw uiui o ijius-uowu kuo umc.
weeks in the Northern markets, where over county ai ine ixposiuon, naying neanng me winow raisea. ne jumpeu
he has been for the purchase of new securea suosenpuons irom pnraie op auu. raa oai, oat me saap uau uw
too ' I sources, among our business men and witnoui any or the coveted booty, mere
- .. loincxciuzens, amounungtocsiJ, waicai wasaooai ux iae iruusers pw.-
We invite the attention of ur Citizens ... . Drohm usit.. k. inereftsed to eta. but ha failed tn rearJi it. An ex-
to the fact that first quality Nrts are $lf0co before they leave to-night. amlxiation of the premises this morning
ngmaoeiooreeraioneaouara J .bowed that the burglar had attempted
i luaiagion tzmr actory. . " 7 . I to gain an entrance to the room of Mr. TinEiuu-vrarcnxap '
: Knives ol best quality, and at mana , "r". tjo e I iAXx:vntT;ciiEAP.
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm trert orices. can be found at jA. wmwnuwb"
n;i lTfl-w mBi'a Hardwara Dsryst. flbatWraUCCSSSlUl. I lapISM TXnsjoynCl
5 and 10 cents Cigars,
Best in the dty, are on sale.
Druzs and Medicinal preparations of the
highest grade at
I JNO. T. SCnONWALD'S,
Jan U ' Pros: and Preerlptkm Store
1884. Easter. 1884..
Munds Bros. & DeRosset
rjlAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING that
they have a few exquisitely HAND FAINT
ED EASTER CARDS, which they will! be
pleased to show their numerous customers;
' i -
The same degree of excellence displayed in
their Christmas Cards, for which existed each
a flattering demand, will be observed In theec,
I L f ' -
as It is the purpose of this firm to lead la fine
hand painted goods.
Oh! wouldn't the days seem lank-aad long V
If your sxocer never did anything wrong? j ;
And wouldn't your life seem extremely flat I
If you hadn't the pcor grocery man to grum
ble at ?
UUiiilfd. b GUbtrt tf Sullivan, Grindert f
We are Determined
JW-OT TO BE "GRUMBLED jAT," AND to
avoid this unpleasantness have filled our ttcre
with the .
obtainable. . For the Lenten season.
New Catch EXTRA MESS MACKEREL,
ELEGANT PICKLED SALMON, I
. BONELESS CODFISH & HAKE.
Our Iloyster's Candy
excels all others Id PURITY. Ko ttrra-a:bad
ntdigestlbles. No glucose or other foreign ln
gredlents srs nsed In lu manufacture. We ad-
:' . i - I
Vise atrial box; wHJ gnarantce IUeficctivo !
Beat.-;:.-." ; "" . i
P. L. BEIDG-EES &'.C0.
XXO Worth JFront St.