NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
On account of the inclement weather
onr opening will be continued
Wednesday, Thrsdav and
Saturday, or this week.
ThU powder never varies. A
marvel or pu
rity strrncth and whoiesomenes.. Mweecon
omlcaJ man the oral nary Kinas. ana cannoi w?
old in competition with the multitude or low
test, Rhort weight alum or Phosphate powders.
SeLttmlw i meant. KOVAL BAKING lUWDEU
CO.. KM Wall ft.. N. Y.
t oct : diwij tenrm 4thpd 3rdpw
Tiio Daily Review,
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1883.
mui:k auout tue ckasii.
Additional News In Iterant to the CMat
excitement iu regard to the broken I
State National Hank; that is, far as
outward appearances go, but no
doubt there was even deeper feeling
than on Tuesday, on the part ef
losers by the great defalcation of
President Cross and Cashier White.
There is a general feeling of indig
nation against the men who have
done such a villainous piece of
U. 3. Bank Examiner Samuel Mc
Powell Tate arrived this morning.
Milder orders f roan th Comptroller
of the Currency. A meeting of the
directors was called at 11 oVIoek
and the great work of looking into
the bank's condition began. It is j
not known how long it will take to
which were carefully put up by Mr. j
HalWorth, teller, must h held until
the receiver for the bank was ap-J
pointed, and that the comptroller of '
the currency would decide as to
their status. This part of the mat
ter will take a lenl aspect there
fore. Messrs. G. E. Leach, K H. Lee,
C. T. Hal ley, D. B. Avera and M. T.
orri! gave" notice that they have
been induced to become stockhold
ers and directors of thb bank, byj
the fraudulent misrepresentation or;
;. h. Cross, president, and Hum. U.
White, cashier, upon which they
relief!, the fraud and falsehood of
which were not discovered by them ITU C I AnipC "EMPORIUM
until the night of Monday, March inL LttUILO JjlYirUnlUIYl.
2Cth, 1888, and that they intend to
resist any and all liabilities on their
part respectively upon this ground.
After the notice above was given,
M. T, Xorris, C. T. Bailev, J). B.
Avera, Ci. E. Leach, in behalf of
themselves and Ed. H. Lee, who is
absent from the city but represented
here by counsel, claim that at the
time tfiey agreed to accept the dir
ectorship in the State National
Bank they had no reason to believe
that its condition was not good
ami as represented by Its President
uud Cashier, and had no reason to
think otherwise till the night o
Mondnv, 2Gth MarchiJ8S8; that their
" i - : iAt a t
fraud thev are advised that in law
it was no assent and that they . have
hevwr been directors.
GRAND OPENING !
WILL TAKE PLACE AT
EASTER OPENING TaylOf'S B&Z&Y
Mi sdaj, March 2i, Thursday, March 29,
Wltn an Immense Stock of
And a New Lot of
WILMINGTON MARKET. '
March 29.-2:30 P. M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE Quiet
at 3 cents, fto sales reported.
ROSIN Stead v at 824 cents for
strained, and 87 cents for good
''TAltFIrm at 1.0l
CRUDE TURPENTINE Firm
at LO0 for hard. $2.00 for yellow din
COTTON Quiet. The following
are tneonicial quotations: Ordinary,
63; good ordinary, 7 13-16; low mid
dling, 8J; middling Osgood middling
Receipts to-day: Spirits, 51; rosin,
403; tar, 293; crude, 24; cotton, 3.
complete this examination. Bvery-
thing will be done in the most thor
ough manner. Col. Tate is a fine
business man and a master of his
line of work.
. Just as the President and Cashier
deserted ilieir families, ho did the
negro jauitor. John J ninths, who
accompanied tlim. Thev took Grif
fiths with them. He told his wife he
was goius to Apex. He left ber and
A few days ago Cros went into a
store here and remarked that a bank '
vault was an odd place; a regular'
old curiosity shop. He said he had
been looking into the vault and win
astonished to see so many strange,
tiling put away therein. Among
these he said was a tin box which he
said contained several thousanddol
lars and much jewelry, whioh had
been left by a prominent Wakecoun-.
ty farmer, dead some years. He.
said he would turn this over to thej
-1 I - V . i. I 4 !. I..lt.. "
ueua iimueiiiiur, uui mtie-i ENEICAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
has never seen or heard of It. ? vT
Cross a day or two before he left ' iY.sate and Retail Dealer in Country Pro
wnt tr. H.nnv ui-rr-liniitK mil tnir. rtuce, Oroterles W lnes, Uquors, Tobacco, Cl
ient to nmnv weruiams nid pur- punic. No, 8 North Water street,
ehased gooils. A suit of clothes, the Wilmington. N. c.
heaviest and Anct over-coat to be , c n,s gnrnents solicited. Highest prices paid
had were purchased, choice chrars, uuiryrroauce.
&c Four hundred dollars' worth of .
diamonds were aIo bought, all of
SteaMier Cape Fear Tomlinson,
ayetteviue, i; s L,ove & (Jo.
Steam yacht Louise, Galloway.
Nor barrjue Christiana, Jensen,
Barbadoes, Heide & Co.
i Steamer Cape Fear, Tomlinson.
Faretteville, C S Love & Co.
Steam yacht Louise. Gallowav.
Brig Abbie Clifford, Sterer, Gre
nada and Barhadoes, E Kidder'a
Swd barque Magnus lluss. Hazel
sen, Antwerp, Alex Sprunt & Son.
Grenada ami Harbadoes BrigAb-l
iih uiiuord 0,000 shingles and
05,000 feet him her.
Antwerp - Swd barque Magnus
Huss -1,017 bales cotton, 2,221 bbls
We will Display on those days New EASTER FEATHERS I
Spring Goods in Latest Styles in
EASTER GLOVES !
AII Ladifs and Child fa's Fnrdish Goods,
The Larest.Stockto Select
from Ever BrougW to
rullLinb of Faster Novelties!
EASTER CARDS, t
We cordially invite one and all to call and
see for themselves at
N. 3. Our General Spring Open
ing takes place later,
Safe, Bilb1?V Sure;
LL THE .POLICY-HOLDERS VUO IiE
nfintir eot left will do well to call on A. A.'
BKGWN & CO., corner of North ATater and
Mulberry streets, and take a policy In the f
Safety Fund System In .the Hartford Life &
Annuity Insurance Company. This old, relia
ble company has paid out in ".Wilmington lor
1887 over $35,000 in death losses.
Amount of Insurance In'foree .... $57,000,000
Death losses paid under Safety :
Fund System 2JWO,000
Amount of Safety Fund. 1,000,000
feb 3 Messenger copy It -
Store for jRerit.
HAT VERY DESIRABLE STORE
on North Front Street, opposite First
National BankandjustNortliof Capk
Mclntlre's Dry Goods Store, recently occupied
by me. A first-class store, large, roomy, cen
trally located and well suited for any kind"of
business. Possession given Immediately.
Apply to . I. SHRIER,
feb 3 tf
16 North Front Street
See Here, You Man I
JQUNLAP. KNOX AND 31ILLER I
All the Pobular Shapes Just In by yester
day's freight. Any of the above shapes from
$1.75 to 4.50. .
LOUIS H MEARES,
mch 13 13 NO. FRONT STREE.
TUST RECTmrcT I
LOTTE & atcWV -
' WINSTKAD 8TIU
lead. The freshest of T-
CANDIES alway, 0a
want to please the cm 55
on hand. ' -HcsSSS
LIME m exchange tat n
notify all through the
and we will
Our Pattern Hats and Bon- IS a s h .
nets are othe Latest
Being the work of a French Artist.
and Parties having their orders
wied at our Establishment
may rely on having the
JJEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES.
RIMS, SPOKES, I WHEELS.
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
Bbiug Factory Agentsve can save you money.
Jacobin Ildw. Depot.
12 So. Front Str
II LOCJISK GOODWIN
Will nil all orders, and satisfaction
guaranteed to all our customers.
CTCall earl' and leave your orders
for Easter. A Special Invitation is
Kiru iuuu luraiuuiu iook at ourinr i J A J
Styles and it will afford us pleasure MatUTltV ASSOCiatlOIl,
to snnw nn r rJnnB tr nil u-hn fnim I ' 5
- w v . w M n Ui tlb V
us with a call.
National i Life
Nt-.w Stub I s'
QN FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN MUL
berry and Walnut, are now fully) equipped.
Horses and vehicles for hire and horses board
ed and tended by the day, week or month. -ff3
R. W. BEST,
mh 13 ly , v Proprietor"
. Cheap Nursey i
For Winter and Spring si.
I have a large stocky
Two and three years old ,
ees, that I
C ose Out Cfc;
Plum,. Oherrv, 6ra-
E HAVE OPENED TniS DAY A HANO-
some lot of PLAID AND STRIPED FLAN-
Wrappers. Also, 50 pieces of yard wide Sat j ?IyJje C11 VfP1 ciallv I
. send for my Illustrated
eens, elegant styles and super quality, at 12& i Catalogue and Spfcial PnV
' i Rtirnlna frnlr fnm Itr.vi .
cents ter yard. A full line of India Linens "T , . luwai
from s cents per yard to the finest quality. A
few handsome styles of Plaid Batiste and In
dia Linen, fine fabric and low price. . ' , -
feb 3 J. J. IIEDRICK.
N. B. Our Store will be closed on
Good Friday. mch 27
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
t0' Cash House.
which were paid for.
There are all sorts of wild minors
about Individual loes by the grat
defalcation, and it a hk to ift
the fact from the (lotion. Wake
county only lost $040. The State's
loss was also light, as Treasurer
Bain is careful and keep money di
vided among a number of bank?.
There wa $3,000 of the agricultural
and mechanical college funds re
cently bcured from the (tovern
inent. These were deositMl by the
president of the board of trustees of
Public sympathy is general and
sincere for the deserted faaiilies of
the absconding President arid Cash
ier. Personal nrouertv. ic. belonirim?
to both Cross and White was levied t
on right and left yesterday and to
day. Cross owned a saw-mill on
land near Col. L. D Stephenson's.
The Sheriff levied on that. Sheriff;
officers ami deputies generally have
bad a busy time.
It is a current rumor that some
parties having an inkling of "rocks
ahead" withdrew their deposits only
a day or two before the crash.
Others had put money in the bunk
on Saturday. One large firm, by
mere accident, checked out it de
posit, save twenty-nine cents. These
were the fortunate ones. Some sad
HON. GEO. D. ELDRIDGE, Sec. & Manager
Quarterly and Annual Premiums.
ASSMTS .V.. 11
Total Paid to Members:.. Ill
liead the following cards.
KFLT VARIETY. I'OOK AND nEAT
urs. i an pire yoi anything you are likely t
want. We rtwft make them, bit Me have ac
cess nine oesi sources or supply.
Call and see us.
ALDERMAN. FLANNER & CO.,
I)ealf in Uardwaw. Tinware. c
mcn a&w WLlLaJUufton. N. C
TN ALL COLORS, A FULL AND COMPLETE
stock can be found at
T. C. .MILLER S,
oerman orug store.
Corner s. Fourth and Nun Sts.,
j . . iTescnmions niiea at. nil timpo tiavi
AM ..l. . ' . -
i ouu uijjui. mcnaetr
116 Market St.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Thej' speak Jor
Feb. 27th, 1888.
WILL OPEN ON
llarper's Weekly .
jiAsrKKs wkiklt has a weiistabllshed
jia; us leauin? inusimtea newspaper In
America. The fairness of its editorial com
ments on current ikmics has earned for it the
respect and confidence" of all Impartial read
ers, and he variety an excellence of Its lite
rary 'contents, which Include serial and short
stories by the best and most popular writers
tit It tor the perusal of people of the widest
range of tastes and pursuits. Supplements
are frequently provided, and no expense is
. "nu ine nicest order of artistic
MONDAY. MARCH 26th,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE
Washington, D. C
Mr. Giokge D. Eldkidge, Sect'y. ;
National Life and Maturity Association,
Washington, D. C
near ir: in acknowiedinnsr receint ef One
Thousand Dollars this day paid me. beinsr full
amount or roircy in your company on the life
! of my late husband, CoL Ellery c. F6rd of this
city, allow me to thank you and the Company
for the promptness displayed In the settle-
menu coi. Ford died on January 31st.. iss.
ana proois or loss were rurnished your compa
ny on February 23d. Under date of Febrnarv
24th. I received notice taat check was awaitjng
mj uiuer, auu 1 nave uiis uay receij'ed tne
amount, as stated above, beiner in full, with
out aiscount, although the terms of the Policy
gave you ninety days in which to makenav
inent, such promptness must commend itself
to every one and can but add to the contirienr.
leit Dy tne puoiic in your institution.
JULIA A. FORD.
upon tne illustration nr tha
ftiiKnut puases 01 nome.ana roreign history
all Its features UarDeVs Vetiv ia nrtmiv..
wi)icu w u welcome truest in everv
stories can be told of the misfortunes
of others, who lose all their earn-! bousehtfd.
frigs. It -vas reported yesterday aj
Wake county man had lost 50,000 HARPPTi'? PPRinmnATa
but It is to-day stated that thelarg- AK ER 8 PLRIOOICALS.
est depot it by an vinvidual was that ! pkr yk a n
or a gentleman wno recently moved I
to tins city anil amounted to 1G.
ins pleasant to nonce toe con
dence manifested in theother ba
marked that they had more money ! lK4a!,tocflfSlr'IW
at night than thev had in the morn- j
inr. It Is a gootf sign, ou a day ' n00' Wekly begin with the
rhen such a great financial crash i Son 2Si?S5SK2tSmSfei
had 60 startled people. The other! with the NumterSm Tt tffi?S "SSISRS
i . . ti , I nmor ,
ooDKS are as sounu as a uouar ana i .
ueserve tne nign conuuence iimrn-: Bound
1 000 ! "ARPEK S WERKLV uWQ
i,UU0. HAUPKKSMAUAZINK...... 40
:onti 1 iiakpers bazar. 1 J.,
anks; hari'er-s youno peoVLk!;!""!;:::: So
Washington, p. c. Iam acquainted
directory of this Association: iThey
. tlemen of the highest commerelal s
fested in them. For the other of-1 three years back, m neat elbtni
irci nj . ceeu one
fleers of the broken
syiunathv is felt, while
most .thorough confidence
The deposits received at the bank
Ifnmlnt rwit nelilo n urlmt
may h terminel a special fuDd,"
them to depositors. It was report
ed this morning that - the bank ex
aminer had said they must stand on
a parity with other funds. We learn
what the bank examiner said was
that these "special deposits," all of
s back. In n
sent by mall, postage
s weekly, for
binding, will be
aau, postage paid, or by express, free
e (provided the freight does not ex
dollar per volume), for 17 00 Der vol
vA'VL w acn vium, suitable for I
,.1 malL- post-paid, on
ti IV vou.
Renittanes should be made by Post-Offlce
wirj uiut-t wr ureui, to avoid chance of loss,
yttfpttpert are not to oqdw thLt nitrtftimnJ.
1 . T . . ..w. -..
r "fir. "w vrwr Qr narper c BrothersL
Auoreas UAKPfiU BROTHERS.
aoTS New VoVk
School Books and School Station
cry you can buy cheapest at HelnsJ
career s. . -
THOUSAND'S OP ARTICLES.
xinve noi ine time to specify, but
can assure our patrons many, very
many, bargains await their pleasure.
More particulars in a few days,
M. m Katz.
11G Jlartot Street.
WILMINGTON, n: C.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 2nd, 1888.
Dear Sir: The manairement of the National
Life and Maturity Association of this"city is,
to my personal kmowledffe. in the hands of as.
good business men as there are In any city in
the country, men whose names, with those
who know them, are the synonym of integrity,
business capacity and intellisrence. and von
can rest assured that they are not men who
would allow their names to bo thus used un
less they had personal knowledge and super
vision Of the management. of tnhninoco a
cdlkpany wltn which they connect their names
Is worthy of confidence and
this fact alone would convince me of the sound
ness of the National Life and Maturity even If
i i uau iiui, uuier lams lnsnrr mv onnririPTirv
In it. Very truly yours. I
W. P. CANADA Y, v
VKRSAItLES. KV., AugUSt 1887.
Mr. W. H. Gibson
the National Life and Maturity Association of
y aauuigwm, u. u. i am acquainted with the
. .., . . ' uulJUlUi.
fir,J. .ra ana ms company! are entitled to
the fullest measure of confidence and consider-
auuu. cry rwspeciruuy,
JO. C. S. BLACKBURN.
FROM PIER 29, EAST RIVER, NEW YORK
Located between Chambers and Roosevelt sts.
At 3 o'clock, P.M. - '
BENEFACTOR . . Saturday, March 31
FROM WILMINGTON- -
Equator Tuesday, M arch 427
Gll.LF STREAM Friday, March 30
BENEFACTOR . ...Friday, April
83?- Through Bills Lading and Lowest Thro'
Rates guaranteed to and from, points in North
and South Carolina. -r
For Freight or Passage apply to
H G. SMALLBONES, Superintendent,
THEO. E. EGER, Traffic Manager. -
WSI. P. CLYDE & CO., Genl Agents .
mch 24 35 Broadway, New York. '
sales of 1887-8 only.
... Address, '
rjlHE SEWING SOCIETY Of SI i
Parish solicit orders for ante m '
fancy sewing, crochetln? jji enlrX
licues' ana cmlareBS4proMiffvr,
Orders' left at thelKton.tt
Third street, will meetrttfiprauKjia-i
. . nrtTr or: ..
We can do your Printine: in better stvle
and give you as good work as gome, and 100
per cent, bctter-j than others. No inferior
work turned out and paper used is always
the best. - -
Our Ruling and Bindim Denarfmpnf. la
holding its own against all competitors.
When in need of Blank Books . anv size.
style of binding or paper, give us a trial, as
lira Mir urn Mn . : - - v
,,c iu" weeau bun you ana oesides you
keep your money at horn-1 All work in
uone m our oihce and under our supervision
JACKSON & BELL.
nAVE ON HAND A'VEliiriXI
- Grocers' Sundri:
rhlch aro cordially recommentW t
are fond of Fancy Goods.
SARATOGA CHIPS lnll&Ji
Imported GINGER PRESERVE 1
lb. and lb. Jars.
' Large FRENCH PEUXES,
EVAPORATED; CALIFOEOi V
CONDENSED TOMATOES 111
Imported and Domestic SArct'
BRANDIED FIGS, PEAKS tsA 1
finest quality. Also the VEBY Fl
BUTTER received wecklj 67
'mch5 1 "
Covington, Kr., June 20, 1887
wJt? f.lT: know several of the Directors of
the National Life and Maturity Association
personally and the others 1 know by reputa
tion, and I take pleasure in saying that they
are gentlemen of integrity, business capacity
and good financial standing.
Very truly yours,
J G. CARLISLE.
CARRIAGE RE PQSITORY
-AND . ;
Laktij3 IN WANT. OF ANY JKIND OF
Vehicle or want any Repairing done tothelr
,iAmcies flncl it to their interest to
C JX SOUTlIERT.ATV?r mr
0 1e.r Second and Princess Streets.
fl? ucu "ora?s ro w shod, we have a
-u-wuoauuuc!. , : - - mCh 5 tf
PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE prices
JOHN WERNER'S Barber Shop - : .
'u.0w,il ouave-cents a Hair. Cut and 20
cents a Shampoo. His own manufactured Hair
va Mwiaue ai cents and upwards.
No. 29 Market Street, between .Water and
ronk septa .
SMC WHAT SENATOR vAnCK SAYS:
V. S. Senate,
Washington, D. C, Marck 2, 1S8&
Dear Sli-An intimate
lance with several members of the Boardof
Directors of the National Life and SSKSiSf
Association of WashlngtonT I). c toShe?
wltli a knowledge by reputation 6i theh?-h
business standiner and .h .Lmn
. T U mmmnmrn. m. I lit-" -
maininxr members of tne hmm 0m r t
ft any business enterprise maTagSTby j .
them will be conducted withlnteert infPi '
Z SSi? mT opinion
a"wea lo tne con-
WJLAC3 OaLiUIHVTR CT TMQ t.TvH. 1
such a company. - 7 ...
inch I-. Crjr P" "ours, :
men sua z. B. VANCE.
BOY CLIPPER PLOWS.
J-JAMES, TRACE CHAINS, BITS, HORSE
Collars, Curry Combs, Back Bands. ; Rope and
; a complete line of Agricultural Hnplemehts at
WIOLESALE AND RETAIL. "
12 South Front strpft
' Caution Notice
Y1T E, THE UNDERSIGNED K
NER BREWING CO., Of tie
ton, N. C hereby caution tw '
al, and Junk dealers la par
or sell bottles on which the tt
the following firms; R. Pro
Haar, Is blown in the glaA?
never sold. If offered for BWff.;
and we will prosecute any $ j
in same to the highest extff r
TIT IIX OPEN TO-DAT '
beautiful assortment of v -
Plain, Fringed ana very,""1 : ,
Please call and make your
Cash orders from the coufiff '
y attended to at ,
Live Book and U'
- w,-X? CO. A
1Fkfl boxes M.roAg'ii:
feb 13 ; "i :
dec 23 tf