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iL i"oO Six months, $2 60 ; Three
jie Tr' . ,5. one month, 50 cents.
9 'r will be delivered by carrier!,
ft J Pt of the city, at tbe
V',, or U cents per week.
Tr low and liberal
AlTer ..... nlARHrnort anr and
s-riaw:riDrro - r ---
Y ..to receive their papers resrularly.
T H E
45 Market .
iKeOW H LLY EQUIPPED IN
DRY GOODS LINE.
AVISO BEEN FOR THE LAST
'.'..i. ;n tiip Northern markets, we
Sow fully prepared to show the most
pnive ass rtrneiits id each and evey
"rtmeiitof our. etablisbraent. Our stock
Tln selected with all care so as to
;t tbe wants of every one. Our Dry
k1s were bought during the late warm
rrtJhrr wh-n Importers were anxious to
.ijr, on their goods and many advan..
;,es were game i. We have many
which it wi'lbe impossible for us to take
,,fcice of as our space will not allow. I he
f l0Wlt)T can give but a very limited idea
,. !,at we liare on hand. A call only
,4-i t er the ground. - .
THE CHEAPEST LINE from Auction
-!uve ever shown, $1.00, 1.15, 1.25,
:;7l. 10, 1.73 and 2 00.
' iloredSilk for Trimming, 75 cents, in
ail lie popular shades. .
brocaded Satins far "Trimming, $J.o0,
i;!a(k3ilt V tiveis, iur i ri wui 1 1 .jv,
1 73 and 2.00. .
r.U.kSilkFinijli Velveteens 75 cents, a
.... r i l n fp. ' tr 1 r: i
z d article. .
Fancy Dress Goods.
Tl o largest and nvst vaiied assortment
i tiii-, city, embracing ail the Novelties at
j re s ranging from 12), to 75 cents.
Colored Uashmcrcs irm lo to to cems.
i inow reple'e, having added the new fab
ius of the season.
SUCK CASHMERES WE MAKE A
DLANKETS from $1.D0 a pair up.
COMFORTABLES, a full assortment,
all made from pciro clear Batting,
A very large stock, too numerous for de
!a:ls. Bottom prices guaranteed.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Undcr
"eir, Hosiery and Gloves.
C7 Just give us an opportunity of show
i'H what we have got aud we do not fear
ibe result. .
For Men and Boys' wear, all prices.
Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings.
Bleached Shirtings and Homespuns.
space to quote prices, but you can
re'y they are as low-as any thing in the
In Ladies' Tics and Neck
BALMORAL AND FELT SKIRTS,
from CO cents to $2.50.
Calicoes from 4 -1-2 Up!
Lack of space pre ventvus from adding
more or quoting as many prices as we de
SJ:r e a great many SPECIAL
BAKUAIXS which we aie ottering away
Wow market value.
Just give m a call; it is much the ssfet
w7 or securing any of them.
BROWN & RODDICK,
5 Market Street
ILKQ1JIT ASSORTMENT of FnirlLh
JkAfericia Po'8, Als0' .welliekcted
f cy Stationery in Boxes.
?ncy Inkstand?, Hymn Bool s,
grayer Borki and Bible,
il supply of School Boots,
M . f. tBUnk Booka and Stationery,
But vT"T hnZ pertalnieg to the basi-
aSTo00440 for School Booka adapted
J tt Bute Board of Education.
a W. YATES.
VOL. IV. WILMINGTON, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1879. NO. 233
P. HHiN8BER9a The Most Attract! v.
II ALL k PAR8ALL MulktJ.
Hall A Pbarsall Flour and Coffee.
Danl F. Beatty Pianca ,
"Sherman- A Co A.ent Read Thiri.
Wm 8fiepard4"Uill'fl Manual."
I.Potter Wight & Co Baakera.
Adama, Brown A Co $25 to $300.
D P Maion Peychomancy. I ' i
Legget Brrthera Cbeap Books. '.
A'oltaic Belt Co On 30 Rays' Trial. j
See ad Bensona Capcine Poroua Piaster.
M ok ton Ranifmber.
A. A I. Shbikr Uasurp$?Bed. '
sizes at Jtaffer &
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Mr. C. H. UobiDrton, ifresideut of I the
Produce Exchange, returned homa last
night after a trip tf several weeks North
among the "G recti Mountain P.oys of
Tha schooner Luly Cbllinx, from Char
leston for this1 port, was run into by the
steamer City oj Atlanta, of the New Tori
and Charleston line, just after leaving
port, and had to put back for repaijs.
EcoOmiy is wealth b'ly White Lead
Color, Varnishe", aid all kiuds of paint
ii'g touts: ials for the lowest prices at aco-
ni a llardware.Depot
Mr. Schutte, proprietor , of the Commer
cial Hotel, in this .city, has made arrange
ments for a full oyster supply this season.
He proposes to open oyster roms on the
second floor, where ladies as well a3 gen-
tlemen may resort.!
The recent 'advarjee in the prices of na
val stores is making things lively among
the turpentine men and distillers in the
count: y. As anj instanca, ilr. j. R. Pad
dison,at Point Caswell, shipped I last Tues
day, to thb city, CIS barrels of spirits and
. ' I
rosin. , '
Money saved ii jbpyiu your Household
Hardware at J Axiom's, I No. 10 South
Front street. I i ! t
If you are troubled ! with Dyspepsia,,
pain in the region 'of the Heart, Liver or
Kidneys, or any other painful symptoms,
do not wait to confirm the disease, but
break it up at once ljy usiDg Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Pills You will thank us for
The celebrate! Zeb Vance, bo em
Baker and Chief Cook Stoves, Tartar and
Heating Stoves lor old prices.. No advance
at Jacobi's Hardware Depot.
We understand Jhat a festival will be
given by Wilmington Locjge of Good
Templars, on nex , Wennesflay evening,
the proceeds to (be 'applied to the pur
chase of an organ . I !
Not the Horn r f the Hunter.
The toofiDg of the tin horn is already
heard in the land and jarrouses the late
bird. Let it be prohibited, as was the
case last year, until the Christ.nas Holi
days, and then give tie boys" two weeks
in which to toot to their heart's content.
City Court, j j
MayorFishblate had two "old drunks"
before him this mprnicg.
In the first case the party was a colored
man, and it being his first cflince, he was
pe:mitted to co on his jsvay rt j icipj;, a
sob irer aula 'a i?or man.!
The nt st case'wa? a wfiLe man, but by
no means his first olllnp or his first ap
paaraace before tile Major's Court. H
was t)ld to dtpos't;$5 wiili the Clerk, faiU
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ing to do which, he Was remanded to
the cell fcr ten days
Down the Cape Fear.
The Passport carried down a hippy
crowd of excursionists to day to visit
points of interest !at the mouth of the
river and take in la little salt air. A
telephonic dispatch! from Smithville tells
us that they have been having a deligb
ful time of lit to-day and it is j expected
that this will but be the first of others to
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be bad during he excursion season.
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U. S. District
His Honor Judge Bropkai, presiding.
The following cases were taken np and
disposed of to-day:
. TJ. S. v.s. L. F. Vann,
! ! ' ''
passing counterfeit money.
guilty. I N
U. S. vs. J. M. Matthews, charged
with violating revenue laws, nol. pros
atfred. i j j
U. S. vs II. T. Cheney, charged with
violating revenue laws, selliog liquor
without a license, j trhe defence, wLo
I I M i
seemed to be non compos mentis, naa
released upon his own recognizance until
the next term of the Court.
IT. S. va Frank Lander, chareed with
violation of revenue laws. Qa trial
BMI ' RE YIEW.
i ! i . i . .
A reavy Spectacle.
Mars, which this week becomes more
brilliant than at any time since 1877. is
now the most striking object in the sky,
not even Jupiter excepted. Indeed, it
almost equals Jupiter in apparent size
The rich, ruddy color of .Mars,- unlike
lhat of any other planet or star, serves
to eas'dy distinguish it, end adds greatly
to its splendor. The presen t opportunity
is being improved by astronomers in all
parts of the world to catch a glimpse of
Mars' two little moons. -
Strangers in the city should not fwL'to
visit the S ;sh Factory, 'foot of Walnut
street.! ' t
The officers of the 5th battalion N. O
S. Guards, colored, met in this city on
yestejday as a Court Martial to investigate
charges brought against one of the officers
of the battallion. The verdict of the
court will not ba made public until it is
announced by the Adjutant-General of
the' State. Capt. Joseph C. Hill was
president and Capt. Wm Marbtcllar Judge
Advocate of the Court. The command
ing officer of the battalion is determined
to briug his battalion up to a position that
will make them command the entire re
spect of the community.
Cape Fear Steam Fire Engine
Company j were out on their annual pa
rade this afternoon and made a very fine
appearance. The men were nicely uni
formed and the engine and horses were
gaily decked and caparisoned. When
opposite the residence of Col. Roger
Moore, Chief Engineer of the Fire De
partment of this city, Foreman Valentine
Howe raised his hat and proposed three
cheers for their worthy Chief. His ex
ample was followed by his company and
the cheers were given with a will.
Installation of Officers.
The following, is a list of the officers
installed in Wilmington Lodge, No, 04, I.
O. of G. T., last night ; ! j
W. C. T. W. M. Hays. 1
W. It. H, S. Miss Agnes Keen.
WJ L. H. S. Mrs. Charlotte Orr.
W. V. T. Miss Nellie Williams.
W. R.Sec'y.W.B.' Willis.
W. A. S. Miss Mattie Orr.
W. F. S. Chas. H. Keen.
W. Treasurer Miss Mary Jones.
W. M. J. N. Spooner.
W. D. M. Miss Emma Gurley.
W. I. G.-rMiss Mary Yopp.
W. O. G, John L. Macumber.
W. Chaplain Mrs. V. A. Orr.
P. Wr C. T. Chas. Klein.
W. Organist J. D. Parker.
Ton pay the lowest cash prices for
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Builder's Hard
ware, &c , at Jacobi's No. 10 South Front
street. , t
A month or so ago, as our readers are
aware, a pro rating . tariff as to freights
was agreed upon between the authorities
of the Carolina Central, the Atlantlo,
Tennessee & Ohio and the Western North
Carolina Rail Roads. These rates, we
Understand, have been printed and given
out to agents and are now in full effect.
They will prove beneficial to the Mer
chants of Charlotte and Wilmington as
well as the merchants and purchasers
all along the West. Commenting on
these facts the Hickory Press has the
following very pleasant and kindly ref
erence to our city and our people:
Wilmington has long endeavored to
control certain lines of trade in this see
Lion and reached out after oujsmountain
products but on account of the exorbi
tant charges for transporting goods, every
effort has b.en a failure. There is no
necessity for this in the future. Hickory
and Wilmington are now closer connec
ted, viewing from' a business standpoint,
than they have ever been before, and we
hOf e more intimate relations will exist ere
long. The authorities of the railroads
have taken very commendable steps to
wards bringing about this business affinity,
in the way of issuing free tickets to mer
chants in this section who wish to visit
Wilmington. Now, if j the business
men of that city will give the proper in
ducements for trade we feel assured that
these efforts will not be in vain. As an
evidence of the advantage the Wilming
ton merchants will have over those of
Richmond we will state that a car load of
salt from the latter place now costs $44.00
to Hickory, while a car load from Wil
mington will now cost $31.40. :
We are glad to see these friendly re
lations going into effect between the west
and bar "city by the sea" and trust that
it will be for onr mutual advantage.
Wilmington is a Nerth Carolina town and
the only sea port town in the State and
jusnly deserved a liberal patronage from
TheNorcross Fifth Avenue Company
are to play in Charlotte three nights this
week. . ' j ' I
latest From New York!
Cornell's Plurality Between 30,000
. and 40,000.
BALANCE OF THE STATE TICKET
YET IX DOUBT.
The Legislature Sorely Republican.
(Special to Daily Review)
- jv WASHIHGTOir, D. C , TP. If.
The following is a brif summary of
all that is known hers at this hour relative
to the actual resu't in New York;
I Cornell is certainly elected Governor by
a plurality ranging between 30.D0O and
40,000. The balance of the State ticket
is in doubt but the Legislature is decided
ly Republican. Kelly's total vote, in the
city and Stale, Mill probably reach 70,
000. Robeson ran ahead of Kelly in the
city by some 10,000 votes.
The enthusiasm of the grand army of
office-holders in this city on the result
seems to have subsided. There is
lame look in the .North-east corner of the
left-eye which seems lo iudicte too
mueh crow before the election and too
little after it. They seem ti be conscious
that the laurels of this victory should be
equally divided between Tilden and Kel
ly, with a reversion of the remainder to
KornelL The old-time Democrats here
are interesting themselves particularly as
to the future fate (not in this world) of
those two fallen angels. Jacobus.
Save your money by buying jour Build
ing SuppDes from Altafier & Price. t
The Meeting at tbe Exchange.
A meeting of the members of the
Produce Exchange was held at the rooms
of the Exchange this morning at half
past ten o'clock, Mr. C. H. Robioson,
the President in the Chair.
The Chair stated that the meeting had
been called to receive a report through
Mr. F. W: Foster, from Mr. D. H. Bates,
President of the American Union Tele
graph Company, relative to tbe establish
ment ef a line by the American Union to
this city. Mr. Foster then at tbe request
of 'the meeting read several communi
cations from the president of the aforesaid
company, one of which embodied a propo
sition, or .agreement, which the American
Union proposed to the members of tbe
Exchange and the citizens generally,
which if complied with, or agreed to, by
the community of Wilmington, the
American Union promise ou their part to
establish a line in a short period of time
to this city at rates very much reduced
from those that are now being charged by
the Western Union Company.
The proposition made is to the
effect that as soon as $10,000 are
subscribed to the stock of the com; any,
they will establish the line. It ia of
course expected that the citizens, or a
goodly portion of them, will obligate to
give their patronage to the new line for a
term of five years, which, is the period of
time that this Company guarantees to
furnish the citizens or the stockholders in
this city the benefits ef the line at the
reduced rates which they have named in
A committee was then appointed by
the meeting, consisting of Messrs. C. H.
Robinson, Donald MacRae and F. W.
Foster to confer with thejnew company
to receive their proposals and get them i
legitimate shape, after -which the sub
scription list will be opened. Pending
)his matter, however, a number of gen
tlemen present at the meetiag this mom
ing, representing a number of prominent
commission houses, affixed their signa
tures to a paper agreeing to paj the
amount opposite their respective names aB
soon as the contract between the Ameri
can Union Telegraph Company and the
business men of this community thai
have been agreed to and signed. .
The largest sum subscribed by any one
firm was $500, nd the smallest by any one
person $50. Other subscriptions of $100
and $250 were taken. An amount reach
ing nearly $2,000 was subscribed in fifteen
minutes; Tbe meeting then adjourned
until such time as tbe Committee ot Con
ference Bignify their readiness to report.
War Depabtment, I
Office of the Chief SiyI Officer,
Washington, D. C.. Nov. 6th, 1870. J
For The South Atlantic aud Gulf
States, Tennessee and Obio.V!!' y, East
erly to Southerly winds, s owly rising
temperature, stationary or slowly falling
barometer and partly clomdy weather,
with areas of rain.
Sergt. Big. Corps, U. S. A.
Almost Toons: Again- 1
My mother was afilicted a long time
With Neuralgia and a dull, heavy inactive
condition of the whole system; headache,
nervous prostration, and was almost
helpless Nd physicians or medicines did
her aDy good. Three months ago she
began to uae Hop Bitters, with such good
effect that she seems and feels .young
again, although over 1Q years old. We
think there is no other j medicine fit to'
nse in the family.' A lady, in Providence,
blMMONH At Paradiss Point Onslow
eountr, N. C, on tbe 17th October, 1879,
11 EN B I ETTA BlMMOKg, in the 78th
year of her age. j
Tbe deceased has been for manr veara a
consistent member of tha Methodist EDiscooal
Church, and has been long and widelv known
as a most estimable Christian lady, the ear-
?.A 4 . -
vivea an oi ner children bat one, a daugh
ter, who was wit her in her last hoars and
was a source of maca comfort and consola
tion to her in her declining days. She also
leaves a large cirele of grand-children to
mourn for her. For nany years he has
been the aubject of very painful bodily afflic
tion. Her tafteringa were! extreme, bat she
endured, all her physical ills with great
patience and fortitude. She haa aeen tbe
.cloudy shadow of tbe death angel's wing,
uaae alter time, tall on- the members of her
household, bat its enminsr lines to enfold he
she viewed only a the spirit escort t waft
her ab' Te tbe rh.uda, to be ever with the
Lord. The light of the grare is not with
out its consolation. If the tomb reclaims its
own, if dost returns to dust, oh! how aweet
the consolation to know that the spirit haa
wingea lunignt to mansions or eternal rest,
wnere the soul, treed from the cares and sor
rows cf earth; rejoices in a heaven of ever
200 Bbii MULLETS,
large, Bright and Fat,
Every Barrel Warrantee",
nev6 HALL A PEARS ALL.
Flour and Coffee.
100 BBLS 000D FLOOR. I
20 o' Ba coffsf,
For sale by
HALL A PEARS ALL.
The Host Attractive
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TLACE IN THE OITT IS
Art and Music Gal' ery?
The Ghromn and V.r rrrslvm trm era Vv
Beautiful and Cheap. f
The Piano. Orcanii- fin if
Violins. Flutes. Ac. ara of tha Verr Krat
Make and Latest Styles.
Instruments sold on the Installment Plan.
A sreneral invitation is here extended to
call and see the numerous attractions at
nov 6 . live Book and Music Store.
DIAMfiO StDo1 Ceverand Boo only
rlHlulJlJ $143 to f255. O ROANS
13 Stops, 3 set Keeds, 2 Kuee Swell3,Stool,
Book. onlv$98. rr- Holidav
Free. Address Daniel F. Beattv. Wash.
ington, N. J. nov G
AGENTS READ THIS.
We want an Agent in i this Countv to
whom we will pay a salary of $100 per
month and expenses to sell our wondeiful
inventions. Sample free. Address at once
SHERMAN & CO., Marshall, Michigan.
'iHLIS MANUAL" Social andBusi
neas. For Everybody. Agents wanted
Wm. Shepherd, 06 Fulton stN Y. nov 6
How either sex may fascinate and gain
the love and affections of any person they
choose instantly. This simple mental ac
quirement all can possess. Free by mail
for 25c. together with a Marriage Guide,
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, and Hints to
Ladies. A queer book. 11H,(XX) sold.
Address D. P. MASON, 700 Sansom st.,
Philadelphia, Pa. j nov 0
IN THE WORLD. I
63,fT Superb Esgliah Books, At Our Price.
7B.2T6 Sew American Books, t Tour Price.
112,726 Secondhand Books At Any Price.
CataIoue of General Literature Free.
3 Beekman at., near New Post Office, Mew
York. aov 6
ON 30 DAYS TRIAL.
We will send our Electro Yoltaio Belts
and other Electric Appliance! upon trial for
30 days to those suffering fram Nervous De
bility, Rheumatism, Paralyais or any diseases
of the Liver or Kidneys, and many other dis
eases. A sure Cure guaranteed or no pay.
Address. YuLTIC BELT CO., Marshall,
Mich. j nov 6
$25 to $5000 JtftftJ, g-S
foundation for fortunes every week, and pays
immense profits by the new CapitaliiatioB
System of operating ia Stocks. Fall expla
nation on aplicatitm to Anavt. Baowji A
UO., uaBaerf, o cross ri, xi. a.
nov 8-4 w
m a m mm a.
"Yy-B OAYE WOT ADVA5CE3 OUR
Ft lees. Money saved ia buying Clothing
! Mrj5805, THE CLOTHIEB
aT 3 ASD ttER, TAILOR.
EL We will be glad to receive eommanicSUczt
m - t i
rrom our in ends on any and air eubjectflot
general interest bat :
The name of the writer 'mvsQ a! way be for
nisbed to the Editor. "
pt "... .'.
4. vommanicationa mast bs written 'on on y
one aide of thesper.
Personalities must be avoidai.
And it is esrccia'Iy and rrU:ularly under j
itood ttat the Editor docs not always end t
the views of colrrespondenU, unless so atatcfj
ia the editorial columns. - 1
FALL & WINTER BOODS;
M- M. KATZ'S,,
HAVING SUCCEED fc b- after iscveral
weeks of untiring industry ardtflort.i
inbuyiDg the CHOICEST PRODUCTS
of European atid American Manufactur
ers, jl am-prepared to i lUr to Patrons
and FrienCs .IN
In2'all the different Departments, whkh
cannot be excelled in 1
V A R I E T Y
f By any House in the city or elsewhere
BLACK DRESS SILKS!
OfBel!on,Guinet, TeiUard and PonsonJ
manufacture. " I , . 1
Our celebrated heavy Soft GROS GRAIN
ior une Uollar per yard. !
Colored Silks, SHU
vets, Sal in v,
in Plain and Satin aiipes.
Satin Melange. CaO
Raye Broche, Cavalo Mohair, Striped
Satm, Camel's Hair,
colored Cashmeres from lo cents up,
Colored Alpacas, all shades, 12 1 cents.
Double Width ColnrPfi
only 16 cents per yard. , ll
a ureal variety of different styles suit
able for the season, very low.
Vlourning GoodSa I
The best a?snrfm
V. V. VHVltU UC
lUDrab D'Ete. Bomhizinp TamiaA r?rna
Cloth ; Plain, Striped and Brocade Cash
mere ; Henriettas, Mohairs, Australian
TrimmiDss. Silk. Graantl rhAnpil vri
ges, Gloves and Hosiery, every style, go2
ouu eueap, okiixs ana uorsets, V
The best Fifty Cent Corset ever so'd
FanCV. KAtfn- .trmo1 an1 UmrijLl
Laces and EmbroideriM fnirrAatt it
- - - v v a a a v
Men and Boys' wear,
Ladies' Cloth, Ladies and Children's Me-!
rino Vests, Ruchings, Tics, Fancy Goods.
One Thousand Dozen Linen Handker
chiefs, from 5c up. DOMESTIC GOODS,
&i , "c., &c, all at'prices which defy com
petition, 'and qualities which cinnot fail
to give satisfaction. l ean assure my kind !
patrons that every article will be sold A3
LOW, and THE MAJORITY LOWER.
inan a; aDy previous season.
ez nEd yoa will be certa
36 Market St.
QUB STOCK OF MES'S, YODTHS' and
Boj' Clothing and Fursisbiag Goo is, Hats
and Caps, is unsurpassed, in style, make,
quality and prices. We have tu Stort s
fail of Stw Good, and we are rapidly sail
ing them. Call at ence aid xoakt aelrct'kn
and tee bow cheap you eaa lay.
The best and heaj esi f h'rt la Ue cliyf
laundried and unlarn Ired, a H
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SOElf R'3 T O 2TCJ53,
Ha -fret it.