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JOSH. T. JAMES,
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... BuBaCRIPTION8,P08TAGE PAJfc.
0M jer,$ 00 Six month, $3 50 ; Thre
oatki, $1 16 ; Oae month, 50 eeats.
fbe papw t dUrered by carriers,
free of et;, U 7 P f the city, at the
tbore rates, or IS cents pet week.
Advrtiijr raUt low and liberal
tfSmberiberi will pleaie report any and
ill failures to receive their papers regularly.
BROWN & EODDICK,
45 Harket St.
We have just finished taking our annual
account of sieck, and are now daily receiv
ing NEW GOODS from the Northern
Markets, suitable for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE!
,Ur patrons will study their best inter
eats by making their purchase as early in
tbe Season as cou?enient,as the general in
dications of tbe market have an upward
teudeDcy. We have just received over
20.000 YARDS BEST CALICO !
V PK1CE CENTS.
Wholesale buyers would do well to look
or our Hock before purchasing as we
hve a ereat many &o ds were offering
SSi iJtow THE riiESEN? MARKET
Fans & Paraaols
ciosing oat the balance at Greatly Re
Plain, Striped and Checked Nainsook
Muslius. . The best value ever offered.
Call and examine.
Lineu Lawns from 12 1 to 20 cents.
Our Variety is Large. Our prices ARE
LOW. 8c upwards.
Bretonne, Torchon and Italian Laces.
VTe have very much th Largest assort
ment that ha been offered in this city and
our prices either by the jard or piece, can
nut be undersold.
Domestic and Imported Quilts. Our stock
of the above is large. We have marked
none up in price, preferring to give our
patrons an opportunity to supply their
wants at the old prices '
Our present assortment excels anything
we have ever shown.
Call and give our stock a look over. Our
Buyer Is in the market at present and we
are receiving many Novelties.
Is situated on the S. W. corner of Market
and Second streets,and every Steamer that
comes into tbis port brings a Fresh Lot f
the most turpi isingly Cheap and Useful
Goods that ever were offered in any mar
ket under any circumstances. We offer
great inducements to Wholesale Buyers.
BROWN & EODDICK,
5 Market Street
NEW STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Clothing.
A. & I. SHRIER,
XTot. SO" l 3 Market Street.
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the pmblie to their large and varied
Block of handsome and well-made Clothing
now: receiving, embracing all tie leading
styles, elected In person by A. SHRIEK in
Hew York. They offer alio a handsome line of
GENTS FURNISHING QUODS,
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISE8, Ac.
The celebrated DIAMOND SHIRT,
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
All finished and laundried.. Unlanndried
Shirts at T& cents. ' '
ept 12 A.U 8HRIER.
NOTHER LARGE LOT
WIIITE 10 CENTS.
t COLORED 12J CENTS.
Look oat for announcement of Grand
IT. H. 8PRUNT,
Mpt II. Fxchange Corner
A OriA KTTTT OF OLD VEWRP1PEBB
ftr wrapptngi offered for sale cheap at the
DAILY RKTIJSW OFFICE
Tft '. BAH u REVIEW,
VOL. IV. WILMINGTON, N. C, SATURDAY,: SEPTEMBER 20, 1879. NO.
local I News.
f. H. DimsT. Attornev Final Nctiee to
Delinquent Taxpyyers j-
D. a. DbFobkst , ror Bent.
A. A I. 8Hawa!-r" d W in tar Cloth
No City Court to-day J
The Storm Signal ia up to -day.
Feather bonnets will be fashionable.
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Wide ribooDS ae coming into favor.
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Day's length 12 hours and 11 minutes.
Window (wlass all
izes a,t ltaffer &
-Sunset this aiternoon at exactly
Window Glass of, all
Hardware Depot, i
ries at Ji.com' 8
The receipts of cotton at thlport to
day fcot. up 1061 'bales. I !
Blonde hair being no logger fashionable
young worr en will prepare to dye. I
One still born infant was the on'y in
terment in Bellevue Cemetery this week.
There were three interments in Oak -
this week two adults and
Schr. John 4.1 Griffin, Slover, arrived
at Philadelphia on the 18th inst., from
City hotel men are a.
their bprs dispense large quantities of the
same. ! : il ''I 1
Schr. John S. Beacham, Woodland,
from this port, arrived at Baltimore on
tbe 17th iDSt. I
Horseshoes of silver
studded with dia
mond nails, are among ' the shoe buckles
of the season.;
Recently manufactured carpets show a
great advance fn the mat3r of artistic
For bar steel, iron and carriage good
go to Jacobi's Hardware Depclt. X
The equinoctial put in itj appearance
promptly :oi timej but it has hit very
mildly thus far. I I i
The Register of Deeds ! issued but ore
marriage license this week, and that was
to a white couple. k
S eamsnip Tybee,
ed and sailed from
pert on Thursday.
New York for this
There were seveo
interments in Pins
Forest (colored) , Cemetry
five children and two adults.
To-morrow is known in j the Church
Calendar as the Fifteenth Sunday after
Trinity ; it is also St. Matthew's Day.
A novelty this season is feather felt
with loose shrews of 'feathers forming the
pile of fine felt ;! in white and pale gray
i hese will be used for .dress bonnets.
.Save money and time (by havjng Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Pills always on hand, and
using them- forj the numerous diseases
which 'more or Ues: trouble families at
times. Sold everywhere. Trice 25 cts.
; M , 1 :.
Nothing can be healthier in the warm
weather than a judicious fruit and vege
table diet, but the trouble with! most
persons is that they refuse to be judici-
You can eet the best White Lead, Paints
and Oils, and lowest prices at Ja-Cobi's
Hardware Depot. J f
i. wwm i i i m
New tints of cloth sbadei are shown in
the bonnets for w inter. I Rembrandt
green is very largely ref risented, and is
dark like myrtle green, but with more bit
The steamer D. llurhhison, due here
from Fayetteville, at ii) o'clock last night
has not yet put n ankppearance. This
is owing to the extreme low stage of the
rhe shipments of freight to and
from this port and the Northern markets
are now unusually heavy and it as much
as the steamships and Atlantic OoastJLine
can do to take it away as fast as it ac
Wine and cake for KTenincs.
. Alfred Speer of New Jersey, it should
be known, is one of this most extensive
producers and dealers in Pure Wlnee and
Brandies iu the United States. He makes
a Superior Port Wine, which took the
highest premium at theCentennial, known
as Specr! Port Grapa Wine. It is sold
by J, O. Munds, r. Li. Bndgers , uo.
and Green IFlanner. Aug-tf.
In Port. j
There are now bnt 20 vessels on the
way to this port. Of these j 19 are bar
ques There are in port here but seven
vessels in all. over 100 tons burthen, 3
barques, 1 brig and i S schooners. The
square-riggers are all foreign a d tbe
schooners are American.
A Novelty in Wed time Cards.
It consis of a double card, like the new
memorial cards, and is edged with a prf'e
blue and.s'lver border, with tbe wod
Marpi: e' iu the center of Lhe first page,
in silver. The secohefpage has fhe iutl
mation At Home,' a. tea such a date as the
wedded pir may deci'le upon, together
with their address. The third page is ap
propriated to their names, j the date of
marritje, and th church audxhe m'jrr,
by whom and where, the ceremony was
peifoimed, the fourth page being reserved
for the complimentary expression, With
our kind regards,' to which 'then' iuitia's
are appended. The c-d is a .eat im
provement oa the old-f; snioued wedding
Odd Fellowship. '
The following statistical information
concerning the order of Odd Fellows in
the United States, was furnished by the
graud secretary of the meeting of tbe
grand lodge in Baltimore, and will be Of
interest to members tf the order else
where : ;
Number of grand lodges, 50; increase,
2; subordinate lodges, 6,975; increase, 97;
grand encampments, 39 same as last
year; subordinate! encampments, 5 863;
increase, 28; lodge initiations, 33,60; de
crease, 2,227; lodge members, 44,229; de
crease, 6,728; encampment members, 82 -408;
decrease, 2,379; total relief, $1,740,
405.68; increase, $35,138.97; total reve
nue, $4,266,986 53; decrease, $156,065.
33. Strangers in the city should not fail to
vitit the S sh Factory, foot of Walnu
A Scarcity of Freight Room.
The number of vessels now en-route
from foreign ports to Wilmington is un
usually small for this season of the year.
This is caused, it is thought, by the
heavy demand for transportation of grain
from this country to! Europe, which sends
so many vessels to Baltimore and New
York. la the meantime, freights are
accumulating here and freight room is in
demand. The stock of rosin, already
large, is rapidly accumulating and the
price remains correspondingly low. Last
Monday, the stock reports of the Produce
Exchange showed nearly 1 1 1.000 barrels
on hand and it is likely that this amount
has been increased 5,000 barrels during
the wrk. Last year, for the correspond
in week, the stock was about 119,000
Save your money by buying jour Build
ing Supplies from Alaifier & Price.
Arrested and Locked Up.
Tonie Swain, a white lad, about Un
or twelve years of age, was arresvd this
morning and carried to; the Guard House
upon the charge of larpeny, which it is
alleged he committed of Colville & Co.,
by abstracting from the abqve named
firm's office certain tickets or orders
upon a grocer for a certain amount of pro
visions which the firm is in the habit of
issuing to their employes. '
Young Swain was taken in charge some
time ago by the Mafonic frateruity and
sent to the Orphau 'Asylum atj Oxfurd,
but by some strategy he managed to es
cape from that institution, carrying with
him another boy from the Asylum, The
next seen or heard of the misguided you'h
was his! arrest and imprisonment as re
lated above. -j. j
To Attain Long L;fe.
He who strives after a long and pleas
ant term of life must seek to attain con
tinual equanimity, and carefully to avuiJ
everything which too violently taxes his
feelings. Nothing more quickly conr
sumes the vigor of life than the ' violence
of the emotions of tke mind. We Lnow
that anxiety and care can destroy jthe
healthiest body; we know that fright and
fear, yes, excess of joy , become deadly.
They who are naturally cool and of a
quiet turn of mind, upon whom nothing
can' mike too powerful an impression,
who are not wont to be excited either by
g re-it sorrow or great joy, have the test
chance of living long and -happy after
their manner.' Preserve, therefore, under
all circumstances, counsels, the Sanita
rian, a composure of mind which no
happiness, no misfortune, can too much
disturb. Love nothing too violently ;Jiate
nothing too passionately; fear nothing too
The scarcity of silver change in the
city is noticeable. . The banks are deple,
ted and the article is in demand. It Is
said to have gone int!o tbe country to pay
J the cotton pickers
ouc uiiue newest tanciei in ewe:ry
;s the 'old oakei bucket,' set in solid
gold; tbe earrings are tiny golden buck
ets, and t&epin is a perfect little wind
'ess, with rope coiled around it, from
the end of which the bucket is suspended
Among the maay coquettish acces
siohs to tbe toilet are the prettiest imag
inable little side sachea of lace, muslin or
crape de chene. These are lined with
some delicately tinted satin or silk, , per
haps whits, and there is always a little
cluster of flowers det on one side.
. . i
I he Kev. Jas. B. Tavlor. ot the Firs
Bjaptist Church1, returned to this city laJt
evening after a sojourn of nearly four
weeks with his friends and relatives in
Virginia. Mr. Taylor is looking well and
says he feels improved in health. He will
occupy his pulpit to-morrow.
We were pleased to receive a call to
day ifrom our good friend Oapt.,1 II. T.
Fulgham, recently of the Ealeigh Obser,'
ver, who1 is en-route for a visit to his
father, near Charleston. ,! Capt. Fulgham,
wekare pleased to learn, haa , recently
purchased the Gre3nsboro Patriot and
expects soon to' assume control of it.
He will go into a splendid property for -an
enterprising newspaper man and we are
sure that he will make a very successful
thing of 'it.
As will be seen
by reference to
advertising columns, the City Attorney,
Mr. F. II. Darby, gives final notice to all
delinquent tax-payers to make an imme
diate bettlement of the same or the prop
erty taxed will ba sold to satisfy the
claim. So just "walk up to the cap
tain's officii and safctle" or take ths con -sequences.
It is well to understand that
Mr. Darby has no personal discretion in
the matter, but will be compelled to sell
on the date mentioned personal property
as well as real estate to satisfy the claim
fur taxes due.
Don't Notice Their Gazing,
At Rosenthal's shoe 6tore, on Market
street, there is an attraction in the shape
of a cobbler seated in the show window of
the store, on a benGb,
last across his knee, and
any one can see him, all
what he was put there
with shoe and
in this position
day long, doing
to do, entirely
h3edless of the crowd of small boys, white
and colored, who gajher around the
window and stare at him, and the many
remarks made as to bis personal ap
pearance. .The fact is he seems totally
oblivious to everything but his work, and
no vonder, as he is a wooden
works by machinery.
The best Windows, Doors and BlinJs
and Lowest Prices can be got at Jacobi's
! TTilmluston District.
Methodist E. Church, South. Fourth
Round of Quarterly yetings, 1879. 1
Whiteville at Liberty ,.Spt 20 25
Waccamaw Miss;on.j Sept 24-26
Brunswick......... ...il LSept 27 28
Wilmington at Fifth Street.. ..Oct 4- 6
Smithville Station... ...Oct 7- 8
Wilmington at Front Street.. L. .Oct 11-12
Topsail , ...Oct J8-19
Onslow ". Oct 25-26
Duplin at Wesley Chapel. .. .Nov 1- 9
Clinton at McGee's Nov 8-2
Cohrie' Miss, at Wesley ChapelNov 11-12
Cokesbury at Bethel .jNov 15-16
L S Eurkhead,
. BishoplAtkinson's Appointments
Rutherfordton, October 2nd.
Bhelbv. October 3rd P. M.
Lincoluton, October 5th,1 Seventeenth
Sunday after Trinity. ' - ,
P3atty's Ford, UctoDertd.
High Shoals October 9th.
Galtonia. October 10th:
Charlotte, October 12tb, Eighteenth
Sunday after Trinity. i
Statesville; October Hth, Consecration
of the Church. j
Morganton, October 15J.
St. Jame3r Iredell, CoJ, October 17th.
Monroe, October I9ch, Nineteenth Sun
day after Trinity. ! j 1 r
Wadesboro. October 21st.
Ansonville, October 22nd .
Rockingham, October 23rd.
Hill. October 24th.
Collections at each of these place tor
Diocesan Missions. I I
Life in the country, life actual and
hearty, where living itself is luxury,
only comes with th crisp and Btimulatiog
breath of an autumn morning.
Important to the Afflicted'.
We would advise ali who may need the
advice of a physician, to,; either 'call or
wrilPto Dr. li u errson, li. So. Eutaw St.,
Baltimore. Aid., whJ from 15 years expe
iience in Hospital ana iSpecial Practice,
cuataiitecM a cure in all diseases cf the
Urirutry Orjanx and of the fervous Sys
tem, Oijaoic and Sfir'nal Weakness, Ini
potency (loss of sexual power), Keivous
Debility and tre-nblirg, P, jpiutioiji of the
Uejart, dimness of tight or Ciddiness, Npc
tumal Enissions, tvc, ali losuitiiig frbm
abuseS tn y ulh, or excesses in manhood ;
also all skin and blinnl diseases iquickly
Ciired. Dr. K is a graduate of one of the
oldest- and b-st medical ' schools' in this
couujtry (Uriiviviiy ut .Miiiylaid), and re
feis to the leading physic is'itl his city ,and
llconsultinhim can rely upon honorable
hd coiifidentiid treatment. In wi ing
ehclose stamp for reply, ifep.'cial attention
commodations for all wishing to call and
i. veu io an iem; 'e coiupiaints. (jou ac-
see luui. iueujcme &euc io any aaaress. j
Better than Foreifrn Port.
Speed's Port Grape Wibe is better than
Imported Port, and since the adnlteratiot,
ot tbe latter, it must tak jits place. 1
is pure, and really exeditedt and health
giving. Trey rThnt.s. ' , '
The most select. Fif''i Avenue families
of New York use this wine at theif eve
ning entertainments. Messrs P. L. Bridge
ers & Co., J. G. Munds and Green &
Planner have some direct from Mr. Speer.
i Worthless Stufi!
Not so fast, my friend; if you could see
the strong, healthy, blooming, men
women and children that have been raised
from beds of sickness, suficring and al
most death, by the use of Hop Bitters,
you would say Glorious and invaluable
remedy." See anot' ;reolumn.
Newj ' Advertisements!.
Final Notice to Dehn
1 9 uent Taxpayers.
TINAL NOIICS 13 HEREBT GIVEN
to those owin? city taxF, fr the years 1677
and 1878. in accordance with law and the
instrnctiona of the Mat'Oif and E-ard of Al
dermen and in rui-su&ncje of tbe advertise
ment and the notices eerVtd, the real estate
upon wbi"h taxes are da s will be sold in eat
ibfaction therefor;on Oct ber 6ih,l&79. Tea
days before that date, y5 . - September 25. h,
the personal proi err.r, furniture, c, of de
lit guents (there beinj; ho txeraptioas for
tax-is) will under the l&WRnd tte iiistrcclions
of the Mayor arid Koud of Aldermen, be
levied on a!.d sold by th!e proper officer, to
eatisff the real estate t-x! s ktill due aDd un
paid. My instructiong admit of no excep
tions to this rule and the lw will ba rigidly
carried out in all ca?es, utileaa dc Unite and
positiv arrangements are made beiore the
above date for the payment of the said taxis.
y All interested will please take notice.!
' ( F. H. D ARB V,
8 eijt 20 2t. ' ' City Attorney.
AUaffer & Price.
M ANCFA ;TCaiERS AND DeALEHS 11
SASH, DOORS, ELITES.
Builders' Supplies !
Factory Foot of Walnut street.
OfEce Nutt, near Red Crops street. ;
sept 19 ly !
1 HPi Q0ie3 aiid Fmoked Side?,
1000 BWs Good ew ficr
At close figures by ,
HALL fc PEARSALL.
School Booksl ,
rjlHE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
School Books, Book Bags, Book Straps aad
ClampB, lunch Eoxe,i. Slate PeEcila, of
every variety, in the city,' is at
Pianos and Orerans,
IjBOM LEAPING MANUFACTURERS,
-L gold on tie instalment plan at the very
lowest prices. Gu'tarajViolia, i
a tea, rife,
lAccorceonj, Ac. etricga for all
rpo ia03b WHO WANT OLGANS, I
vwi'.d ray tbt ia f stare I'll ksep cocetantly
on hand a LuLb,r of FIR3T-CLAS3 02-
i ' - II
OAJId, liich I wiU offer fcr salt Very
My rtock of SCHOOL BOOKS and
SCHOOL STATIONERY is cow cozpUte.
Connected with Book Store. Work fLbuhed
-i j i i
up in the very best tjle. at
eirtlT YATES BOOKSTORE.
- PLEASE 507ICE,
We will be glad to receive coir.ir.cai auV-oi
from our friends on any j aad all ?uh:ect r f
general interMt bnt ? ! Ml
Th-nam of the writar nioft,;
niahed to the Editor. I
r, . .. . i ' I
vuaiinuaicauop moet N writttc on
one aide of the.paf tr.
Personalities must be ( :rio!.i.
And it is especially nd parti u'fcrly anker
tuiiut uues uoi Itwf v( ecno 9
tV. : - . ri
iuc iewsoi corre?i ondeDt, vals'so stair
io the editorial colntrns, I
rilHE EXTIRE "THIRFK-Jrrf U e 4
i. Mu ct-isoB Build'ip, ritntt-d ,n T'-d
Front Street, next Norta of ihb HnnK JLi
u u .,YXr' -recalJy1 suitable
tlall or tor Club puipcssj Apply to ?j
B. D. DhFOREH T. I1
or GILES A MDKCUISON
se i j-t
Store for Rent
rpHE STOUE NOW OCCt tij
oy Bebrecd A Monroe, on North,1
at corner of MarKet and Second , strf eto.
TeROSSET A COn
0 Alaiket S reet.
mWO NICE DWELLING
HOUSES, Corner 'Forth
streets. Apply to
3-1 w i D. O CONXOR
rRCM THE lit OF CCtOBEB
1879, -tie BKICK DWELLING, fi
southwest correr ot Orarg andTTbird
Apply, to- JorjN h. treema:
tart IV f tJ 1 llll -mT a k ft' m a .r
. also liALli on third fl .or. new-J5?J
1.. (,'.. J . iv . i - -nH'
ij -utieu up, corner -Diaraec ana
uth W ater St-eets fronji th? 1st Hl
of October App'y to
U. B. FJLlKS.
RLNT THAT VERY
dtpirabije store on Market Street,
: J v fP! X T it
mi vy jar. inos. xi. ri fiTrry nr rru ia i
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as a 8ho More. Tae cheapest Ftorelon the (
street. Apr ly to TUE McKOjY'Sj,
sept 10 it i
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QTOP.E HOUSE AND DWEL-
O ; I
LING to let on Brunswick and
Seventh street?, in, perfect orti. Tioes'is - 1
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sion given immediately. ; ( '(
A!s, three Nc. 1, Fro it Rooms to let at
the First National Bank,'old iuilding, cor-' 1
uer Front and Princess streefs. ,
For nartienlars annlv trt
1 1 i
t?pt 15 -tOl SOL. BEAR HQS i
OV TUESDAY, the 7th day of October
1873, and in the City of Ralei, trie
nndersignpd will commence thej pcbiicntian
of HALfc'd WEI KLY, a North Caroiira
Democratic Newspipri ' I
1 beee our words convey all tha' a eoloren
ofProspectuJ ccnld tell: th j?ood cf the
State; theiauccess of the Pany which isfthe
me oi tne oiate ana tne conntry ; tbej pub
a'l the new
s ; these" the ot jects
i do the last and con
That he can
tribute to tbe first and second, the sabscriber
Qoes not anect o aoaDU ine reopie tare
set their seal of approval ! upon his Ipsa knd
he does not oonbt the future. - r 1 i !
Halk's Webklt will be printed uom nw
and beautiuT type and on fair White paper.
The price wIl b $2 per annom. No paoie
will g6 upon its mail books wituout payment
and no paper will be Bent a'ter 'expiration of
the time paid for. y. A. H A1.K. t
Raleigh, Sept 15, 1879. aept 16-tf ,
JOURNEYMAN PRINTER, kU can
bricg the highest recommend atlcn, Is desit
roas of a position in a newrpaper dfflce in
the country. Will work eheap, Adpreai,,
1 ' 1 M-, c aretf .
tezi 16-tf DAILY REVIEW.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
rjuuf. KJunut.&viAij, formerly tee t-M
PIRE HOUSE",haTinben thbroutly Un-j
ovated and refitted is now one of tbe leadirjf
first-claM TJokLi in the city. The table ii'
I , I 'i '. i '. I
applied with the best oar home and rcrth.
! i , .V IS
am markets affords. 1 '
Board per Day 2 ani $2 50 !
i i - ii i t
Large Sample Booms for tte C mh
mercial trade. " ' '.' 1 I
A Firit-Clajis Bar and EUliarJ Hall
connected with thij HoteL
I T" FREE LUNCH daily from 11 A.M.
to 12.30 r. u.