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kt 2 Review has the largest
fle rircutrJion, of any newspaper
Tr:ju-d. in f Wilmington.
"T ,he co ,-uniption of soap per capita
Vriiptl State? lead. I'aly Is last on
Th re vvr.s a case in the Bankruptcy
. bankers clerk, with a salary of
i t:n t . .
rjiiOa year. .wj u urn oi xoi
jbwer3 for his buttonhole.
(.Eian, whose son had been ruin
j by iii3ipition, was fined &2 in
Hamilton, O.it-, the other day, with
4 alternative of ten days in jail, be
se she knelt before a saloon and
ed God t curse theTiquor traffic.
tha price ot natural gas has been re
iaetiia Tittsburgh from 40 to 30 cents
P1.0OO feet. .with a rebate of 10 cents
jjpri-.mpt payment. This reduction
kja'J to 'uai lIie c03" aoout equal to
e cheapest coal tbat cah be bought.
Adeep cave has been found to exi9t
jsdertbe town of Blankslon, Iowa, by J
jfsrmer wh,; was sinking an artesian
ft-j. Tnree unsuccessful attempts
fere made to siok the well, but each
drill sank into the cave.
A Chicago man wanted a divorce be-
cis-e L;s - wife persisted in singing
lyinns. I "he Court laughed at bini, and
hawou d have lost his case had not the
laTver summoned the wife to the wit-
jesrs'a&il and started her singing. At
the 0 fth verse the Court threw up the
jponeah l a divorce wai granted.
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The Moscow Gazelle remarks that
sfjition having reached as hiah as
Lkter.ant -Colonels it will probably
M5''p th'nv, and we must be prepar
ed lor still more suaprising revelations;
while i hp Viedomosti believes that the
cinir of Nihilism has now eaten
throaeh every class of society, private
Dr. Franz Liszt-sendsa letter to a
German paper, stating that ho is over
bardentawith appeals tor his auto
graph and requests to examine musi
ciicompesitions and to giye his opin
Wupoh them, and that he now in
tra!?, all unsolicited correspondents
ihitiioir letters will receive no an
la the Northeastern island of Terra
ilFuego the native people, who inter-
arry frequently with the more South
imYahgans (a9 they are called by the
English missionaries), are the tallest
ice oa the globe, .according--to the
report of the French mission to Cape
Kara presented to the Academy of
Science, Pans, by Dr, Hahn. In stock
t"d speech these tall people appear
Asely related to the Patagonians of the
Tff Frenchmen, the. brothers Forre,
-"e invented a new 1 kind of harp
entirely, of wood. Instead ot
frnge the inventors use strips made of
encaa tir. The sound is produced.
44 lathe ordinary harp, by the contact
f the tinkers, but the nlaver wears
- - tt
tter gloves coyered with rosin. The
'-of the instrument is said by
Mcnestml to be of remarkable
IiUiie course of th nresent session
mill. UO Ck?IWUU UJ '
!idstor.e to grant Prince Albert Victor
sara of 15,000 a year, to com
jence when he attains, his majority in
aary. This is" the same amount
k!2a Was vntaA tn orV rF the OiiPtn'
linger snns on coming of age. The
!of George III. each had JE31,000-a
in addition to ot her allowances. It
SQ2oacced that the vote will be op
fi on the ground that the Queen
'Saot spend all her income. -
JJoisalfarer. a Norwegian bark.
tOI' 1 lFA-nn - Una a cri trarl af
;50fitb, in England and . reports
1 touched at the famous Pitcalrn
(arUed by James Russell McCoy,
Principal inhabitant of the place.
ffS stated that there were 130 .'in
puts then on the island.'that they
f&ll well, and wished their respects
pcoavened to tho people of En
They were in want of nothing
prsent, but would be glad to receive
NaTk bls congregation that be
zi obuSed to lae a vacation on
Cjjt ot bronchitis, when tho elders
fed E?l.alely raised bis salary and ad-
blmto tak-P Ik Unli'u rniiffh
r uu De cured.
' 13 time to eive bmitn's worm
A furnished house has been fafcnn
the Tichborne claimant near Southamp
ton A return ha3 been pre?ented to the
British Parliament of the number of
agrarian outrages reported during the
quarter ended Sept. 30. 1884. The total
number ot such outrage i3 232. Of
these, nine were offences against the
person, three of which wereot firing at
the person. No fatal case occurred iu
tho period. Of the whole number
(232), 20 occurred in Ulster. 33 in
Loinster, 35 in Connaught, and 144 in
Monster. Monahan, Carlow, Dublin.
Kildare, and Meath are absolntely free
ftom agrarian crime, Kerry, with a
total of 48, appears to be the most ad
dicted to it.
Why is a man in eafctv likn a cvt
remedy? One is secured and St. Jacobs
Oil is acure.
INDEX TO HEW AQVESriSEtiEHTS.
C W Yatks -The Grand JubUee
J n Rekvks Manhood Restored
S II Trimble Oranges at Aucilon.
aKiksBEEOEa Bookseller and Stationer.
FC iliLLEK Frlend3 and Fellow Citizens
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot up 860 bales.
You can get an elegant pair of p iits-
oons at Dyer's for $5.
Schr. A. P. Perry, Bunker, cleared
to-day for Port Paix, Hayti, with 158.-
000 feet lumber and 150.000 shingles.
valued at $3,140, shipped by Messrs.
Northrop & Cumming.
Considering the large number of
strangers in the city and the excitement
of tbejoccasion. yesterday was a very
orderly and quiet day, and there was
btit very little drunkenness, as the re
port ol police proceedings will show.
Good materials properly porportioned
which are the essential requisites in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel PaiDt
sold at Jacobi's Depot. f
The KUtj Rhoades troupe arrived in
(he city this morning and registered at
the Commercial Hotel. They furnish
their own band who are dressed in a
neat and tasty uniform, and will
appear to night at the Opera House in
the burlesque Comedy "Engaged.'
Tickets for reserved seats now on sale
Fire at TVilson.
I5y a telegram received here to day,
we learn that a disastrous fire occurred
at Wilson early this morning! The
buildings destroyed, so far as we can
learn, were Bullocks, Selbys &
Tysons stables; Allen's buggy ware
house; the Commercial Hotel and
3ome 9mall dwellings. No stores were
burned. Origin of fire not yet known,
but supposed to bo the work of an in
cendiary. The particulars arc very
meagre and we have been unable to
ascertain the extent of th loss.
Tho editor-in-chief is sick to-day, the
associate is in fair - condition for tbe
hospital, some of the printers are worn
out with the excitement of the last day
or two and the entire office, although
not demoralized, is like (Jen. Scott dur-
ing the Mexican war, "embarrassed
with the spoils of victory.'1 Any short
comings, therefore, in this issue may
be attributed to ' Cleveland and Re
There were 15 cases for the Mayor's
consideration this morning. One case
of failure to pay license tax was settled.
There were three cases of drunk and
down, one of which was sent below
for 6even days and the other two were
discharged. There were eleven cases
of disorderly conduct, five of which
were discharged, two were fined $5
each, three sent below for seven days
and one sent below until he could be
shipped to sea.
Mr." James C. Marshal, a prominent
citizen ot Anson county, is in the city,
the guest of Lieut. Gov. Stedman.
Dr. J. E Matthews, of Kenansvilte,
Duplin county, was in the city to-day
for the purpose of obtaining some of the
transparencies used in tbe procession
last night, for a grand demonstration to
be held at Kenansyille on the night ol
the 28th jnsit. The citizens of Dupiin feci
that they have assisted in the achieve
ment of a victory of immense impor
tance, and they propose to celebratcv
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
Depot.; " , - ' t -"
WILMINGTON. N. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
In continuation of our report of the
'Day and its Incidents," in yesterday's
issue, we proceed to tbe closing scenes
in the grandest demonstration ever
witnessed in Wilmington.
At about 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon, and after cur report of the day's
proceedings had been closed and tbe
Review had gone to press, the prom
isedjjoncert of the Cornet Concert Club,
assUted by the Monrce Band, was
commenced, and for about an hour
our Deople were delighted with some
remarkably fine music. At about the
same (he steamer John Dawson arrived
from PoiDt Caswell with about 200 of
tbc.sterling Democracy of Pender, each
one of whom woro a small National
flae in his hat and a red, white and
blue sasn thrown over his shoulder.
As the boat neared her wharf
she was saluted by the discbarge of
several cannon, which had been pro
cured for the occasion, and by vocifer
ous cheers from the throng who had
assembled to give the Pender Demo
cracy a cordial greeting. After the
steamer had made fast and before her
passengers had disembarked. Capt. R
P. Paddison introdnced Maj. C. VV.
McClammy. who made a short, elo
quent and impressive speech, at the
conclusion of which the party landed
and under the direction of the marshals
formed in columns ol twos and proceed
ed up Princess street. Near the irjtei
section of the latter with Front street
the procession was met by the Cornet
Cornet Club, who placed themselves at
it head and paraded through some of
the principal streets.
By this time night bad arrived and
the people who had thronaed our streets
during tho day, deserted them for a
while in order to get their suppers and
to prepare lor the cvent3 of the night.
It was not long, however, betore the
streets became alive aeain with old and
young, men and women; many to take
an active part in the parade and others
to see the procession and to view the
many and beautiful illumiations
which bad been in preparation during
the day. Nearly all of the business
houses on Market, Front and Second
streets were handsomely decorated
with flags and banners. One of the
most conspicuous was the Etoreof Mr
L. J. Otterbourg. the front of which
was almost literally covered with
bunting. The principal feature, how
ever, was two large and very band
some oil paintings of Cleveland and
Hendricks, which were displayed. Mr.
I Shrier, on Market street, had. his
clothing store most beautifully and
uniquelv decorated- In the centre of
one of the windows of the store was a
representation of Rip Van Vinklewith
his long white hair and beard,
dressed in a suit of new clothes, while
in one gloved hand rested an old gun
witnout any lock, ana in tne otner a
portrait of Cleveland. On the right of
the figure was a portrait of Washington
while on the left wa3 a picture entitled,
-The First Fruits of tbe Victory,"
taken from tbe last issue of llarper's
Weekly and representing a
white and colored man shaking hands
together while the President elect look
ed approvingly on. Above these were
pictures of Cleveland and Hendricks
and above these last was the legrind.
"Rip Van Winkle, after SZ4 years
asleep, awakes to flod the people re
jDicmjr. over a Uemocrattc victory.
Mr. John Haar, Jr., had displayed in
his window a . Goddess of Liberty eight
feet highvery neat. In front of Capt.
J. M. McGowan's Saloon were pictures
of Cleveland and Hendricks, and a
transparency, upon the North side of
which was a rooster with the legend.
"Taking HU Daily Review." togeth
er with a mile-post upen the board of
which was inscribed Daily Review,
On the South side of the transpcrancy
was a large red star acd the .legend,
'Kommonly Railed the Morning
Glory." On the Eastern end was the
incription. "Our Papers." Among the
other buildings decorated were those of
the following: A. David, Aaron &
Rheinstein, Brown & Roddick, R. M.
Mclntire,. J, Moore '& Co., I. Hirsch
berg, W. S. Briggn fr Co., George
F. Herbert, W. M. H. Koch. Sol
Bear. D. Newman & Son, S. Sternber
ger. Dr. Jas. E. Kea, Miss E. Karrar,
W. J. Rosenthal, A. Shrier, I. Sbrier,
Review office, Star office, M. M. Katz
Freeman's photographic gallery Tay
lor's Bazaar, Mrs. Baker, J. K. Mcll
heany, P. Heinsberger, J. Sampson. 1.
L. Grcenewald. W. H. Green. C. W.
Yates, Commercial Hotel. J. C. Steven
son. Mrjnds Bros. & DeRossetr, B. F.
White. N. Jacobi. H. Brunhild & Bro.,
T. C. Craft, Godfrey Hart.C. Prem
pert, A. Prempert, R. W, Creech, Par
cel! House. Gilei & Murcbison. Har
rison & Allen, John Dyer & Son, P L
Bridgers & Co. McDougald & Bowden,
Evans & VonGlahn. D A Smith, K G
Northrop, New Hanover Bank, Firs
National R nk, A L?ssman. W E Davis
& Son. E Q Barker & Co. Carl Mugge.
Geo R French & Son?, J Loeb, French
Vice Consul; R E Htide, Norwegian,
Swedish and Danish Vice Consul; Jas
Sprunt, British Vice Consul; E-Pts-chau,
German Imperial Consul, and
others. Many of the private residen
cies were also decorated.
The various clubs, ward represcnta
fives and visitorVassembled at the City
Hall at 7 o'clock, and under tbe direc
tion of the Chiet Marshal and his assist
ants the procession was promptly form
ed and took up the line of march; the
Cornet Concert Cljub leading, with in
spiring music. Following this band
was tbe "Ship of State", a yacht man.
ncd by youths dressed in sailor cos
tume and bearing a banner on which
was inscribed "210 electoial votes.";
Among other notable features ot t-b'e
procession was a ehip-rigged yacht, on !
a float, carrying a bevy of pretty girls
representing the States carried by
Cleveland and Hendricks, and one
young lady personating the Goddess of
Liberty. The Fifth Ward was repre
sented, in part, by a baud of Indians in
war paint and costume, with tomahawk
and scalping knife The Belva Leck
wood Club, young men dress ed in star
spangled gowns, wearing plug bats and
carrying parasols and torches. A gaily
decorated chariot led the maiden voter's
battalion ; the occupants wearing plug
hats with broad red bands and colored
sashes over their shoulders, busily en
gaged in painting thiDgs red wiih fire
works. 'Brain and Musc'.e" were rep
resented by a float on which was a
blacksmith's forge and bellows and
attendants, with Mr. A. Werbahn at
the anvil, throwing glittering sparks on
The following were among the more
noticeable mottoes on the nnmerous
transparencies borne in the procession:
W.ard 1 "Tried and True Faithful
to Her Trust."
Ward 2 We Crow Don 't you For
get It!V .
Ward 3 "We Crow Tell the Truth
Ward4"We Crow Honesty Re
"Ward 5 "Wigwam We Crow
Fern, vidi, vici Indian looking cut of
a wigwam Banner Ward Hurrah!"
"To our Foreign Friends We Thank
You You Did Nobly The Country is
Sale Beecber is a Brick."
"Glorious Indiana Shows Dvoiion
to Hendricks Jim Blaine, like Luci.er,
has gone Below,",.
"The Good Men, North and South,
Join Hands New York and New Jer
sey : Didn't They Do It Slick.
'The Voice of the People is the Vo'ce
ot God No More Carpet-Baggers
Cleveland Is His Name No More
"We will look at your books Where
Is Stave Elkins Now ? Good bye, Rev.
Dr. Burchard How are you, cock-eyed
"Bossism has had its day- The
Grand Sections arc once more United
Equal Political Rights to all Men
Scales, Stedman and Success."
"We came, we sa, we conquered
No S by 7 this Time."
Bladen and Brunswick did nobly
Robeson shook tfce Viper from Her
Old York Re-Tyres and New York
comes to the Front-North Carolina
weighed in the Scales and not Found
"Morn Meat and less Mustard The
Child's name is Grover Cleveland."
"Pender leeU Blandly Victory
Columbus Always True Old Duplin
"Our Charles is a Manly Stedman
'Me and Jim is Beat' Logan, Claim
Everything' Blaine. "Regards to
Mrs. Fisher' Blaine.
"What Hurt 'Em Rum, Romanism
and Rebellion Fellow Laborers, don't
despair; the Hocking Valley Man is
Whose Ox is Gored? Bclva dere
and Widow B."
Champagne Bottle labelled "Jay
Gould's Liniment." Bottle with in
scription, "Beecber's Oil of Joy for
loss ol Memory."
The Empire State goes for Good!
Government Connecticut could not i
'Blaine and Mabcne, 'Put them in 1
their Little Bed All Honor to Inde- f
"No Minority Representation for us
'Cast Your Anchor to the Windward'
and Burn Thk Blaine." '
"Welcome to our Visitors- 1.10G as
good as 11,060."
Screams (Eagle) with Delight 21
yea n of Slavery."
-The Oid North State Forecr-r
With ClnrcT.fi n Qtir.rl "
"Anson Gave us Bennett
d r if oi
J Another ruchnwvd (countv)
ie!d-J)emocratic Gain 07."
in the F
scripiioa: ' Zzb
ban el on fir.
Reretentations of the Morning Siar
and Daily-Review (with representa
tion of an arm with hammer and in
scription "Brain and Muscle)."
One thousaud six hundred and nine
ty Union Printers ot New York City
Save that Stale The Press a Mighty
Power Tho Printers of Nurth Caro
lina Send Greeting u, the Printers of
New Yoik Thy UUon of Printers
Now and F rever."
Representation of a while barber
cutting a negro's hair ; uegro with hoe
iu uij ,'j.uiu, inn n'n ooiirus aim a
Lode with ey alter it barber another
sign-rade E New Hanover's Repre
sentative figure of a druckc-n man.
with words issuing from his mouth, "
Couldn't Help Blaine" Inscription :
"Si. .Tnlin nft
Monument with inscription "Sacred
to the Memory ot J. G. Blaine, who
died November 1th 1S8L" Atone end
skull and cross bones and tomb stone
with inscription "Ben,"
other ei.d one with Jack
a rann sawing wood.
and at the
" Figure o!
"Black Jack at his old Business
"Full Protection to tho Colored Mar,
but no Mixed Schcoli?." Gould's tele
gram to Gleveland : "The vast busi
ness interests of tbe .country will be
safe in your hands.
Figure of a Piano- Inscription :
"Stedman has struck the key-note-Any
Rain, but tbe Reign of Jimmv
- "The Colored Democrats; few in
number.s but gathering in strength aad
influence Stedman the friend of the
"What Did it? Wo pull long, wo
pull strong, and wo pull altogether
For ways that are dark and tricks that
are vain, show us a heathen to match
"Our National Committee haint got
no sense, nohow. Logan. Ah, Jimmy
wo have got you whero tho hair is
"Lies to date 31 ; last lie, 'Don't care
how tbe election gees!' Total lies 32
You can do me a favor; want you to
seud me a letter, such a3 tbe inclosed
draft.Burn this "Blaine to Fisher.
Figure ot an am nor icsciiti-jn:
"To the windward."
Figure of a lock inscription : "Pro
tection against Thieves.""
Figure of a bundle of letters, marked
"Burn this." Figure of Little Rock
Railroad. Inscription: "Muliiao
Figures: Two heads blowing horns.
Inscription: "Musick, Komraonly
Railed Kornet Koncort Klub."
"Cleveland The People's Sheriff;
The Poople's Mayor; The People's
Governor ; The People's President.
Blaine, the Corrupt Speaker Blaine's
wealth onenteriDg CoDgress Blaine's
wealth now, $5,000.000 All hail tbe
Filth ; the Banner Ward.
Figure of a rooster. Cleveland and
Hendricks on one side; Scales and
Stedman on the reverse. Haug with
Chinese lanterns aud flags. Inscription :
"Paint theTown Red;" with figures of
paint bucket and brush Our Maiden
"Gen Moise Always ready to re
spondAll honor to our Noble South
Carolinian Tne Fifth Ward welcomes
you to our Home3 in North Carolina
As ou were with us in our Sorrow?,
we welcome you in our Glory.
The delegation from Pecder county
bore transparencies with the following
"Wilmington and Point CasweK
Twin Sisters Pender County, 00 gain,
"Mayor Cleveland, 1881 -President
"North Carolina Safe for Scales and
"Alas Poor York Died Nov. 4th,
"No More Returning Boardi.''"
'My Old Cock eye is now open
Ben Butler '
"Poor Jim Blaine,
Of Fifher fame.
Can stay at home
Way down in Maine.'
"Cleveland and Prosperity." "
"One flag Ore Country'
-TeU :he Trnth-O. C."
Third District is very Green."
- ri zU.a te rccUrv crrssa crooa
nesa okii friends on tar r!! iaev
S6Jtrallatrcxai - - ;
.JTia rjua Df t2 writer rcint arwy t -
to trV2tar. " . : , . . .
cr-iatijUiaoaa sct f ea cn
cxuiaiIooX int papajr.- : ...
PtCToattttiea tauat be aToideij-
And it is especially and paxtlcclaxly taC t
iood taat tne Edtto iloca iut ahray dci a
view of corresponded u ccleM a? ui
Intheedltortal ohnoaa. i lr r .
av'W - - ; ...... . . ; '
; Brunswick. Richmond Bladen Cor
ambas and Sampson counties v. ere all
represented by delegations. : -J
The lice of march of the .prcceision
wa3 brliiani with the display of fire-
j .V-r u ana bon.fires.
I In 3t-J'lo this the. dec-ration of
Jq i many private houses wJtbGag.-v ban
A!ntf !nef3 Rco!crod. draijcry was profuse
and greatly heightened the genera! eCcct
At the ctoso 'oi' the parade, these, who
took part in tho precession gathered
around the stand on Third street in
front ot the City Hall, and wero ad
dressed by the following speakers:
Gen. E. VV. Moiso. Lieutenant Gov
ernor Charles M. Stedman. Maj C. W.
McCIa m my. Co!. A. M. , Rowland ,
H.,n A. M. Waddell, Hon Jehn N.
Staple?, aud Attorney General Thomas
S. Kenan. The speeeht'S were a!l good,
adding spirit and enthusiasm to the
Alucrt credit is duo to Cunt. J
uowan lor the active interest he t
in getting up thu transparencies, and to
Mr. E. V. Richards, tho scenic artist,
who volunteered his services to do the
designing free of charge to th4 Demo-
For durable coloring tho walls o
room in beautiful lints, at little cost
nothing equals tho Malleine sold at
J a emu's Depot.
Aycr s Saraapiilia works directly and
promptly to purify and enrich the bUnd.,
improve tho appetite, strengthen the
nerves, and biaca Up the .system. It is
in the truest sense an alterative medi
cine. Every invalid should givo it a
Cargo of Oranges at Auction
S13TI1 XV. 13 AVIS, Auctioneer.
BY S. n TRIMBLE.
rpO MORROW, (SATUUDAY) at 10 o'clock.
HAT CIS DARLING, lj lag at the foot of
60,000 Sweet Oranges.
Th"y ra iet and will be Bo!d. nov2llt
nov 21 d&wly
Norfolk Oysters ! ..
Q AS NOW BE FOCNiJ
At the CKM RETAUKAKT,
No. SO North Front Street.
Carolina Yacht Club Cigars,
jg ?T SCa'Nl'S ClUAUO.STriS.ilABKIi.T.
Uo l Whiskey, Beer, Oytferi?, &
OLD .SOUTH 8T&TB SALOON.
' -j - v uuum iruui omeu
T?01t Hi AND 63 CENTS FEU. BUNCH.
ew Styles in relt. Velvet and Straw HaU
ant Pom ct.
Osirich TJpa an-1 Plameii, Fancy Feather,
Kibbone, attns. Velvcta, Zephyrs, Saxory,
S.c , at
MLS. KATK C. WJM3V,-
So. ) l North Stcou l Street,
aor 20 if Bet. Lbf atnat anl iTlaeces U
TWO NIGHTS ONLY, COMUKXCIKO
FRIDAY, NOV. hi.'
MISS KITTY RHOADES,
Atd her all fetar rompany. In W. B. Gilbert'
fiebratel burlerjtie Comedy "
On .Saturday nigbr, M'LISS. f aturfay Mati
nee. Prof. r. L. Thomas superb B.m4 and
Orcheetra. ttrett Parade with - UnlXcnne d
litet? on Bale at Hclnbcrger on Thnr
,1:y- nor 19 it
Book-Seller and Stationer,
PIASOS AD OBGAr-'S, '. TAXCY GOODS,
WKDDI5G PRESENTS. ' :
GUITAB5, VIOLINS', ACCOSDEONS, J3AK
.. - JOS. 6TEING. &o :
Xllome Conilbrts. 77
A GOOD COOK STOVE, A GOOD UiTAT
lefT Strre, a rood Lamp, a gcod Kcntcno
1st ve, u rood Door Mat, a good Toilet bet, a
gpod lap Board, a pood Cake Box. ajped
UjCTee lJf gl. a rood Feather Dealer. Oct
Dave ncd as If to aay that's ao, and add a
PtJILS WHITE OIL. nov 17
i-rematuro Deciy, Kerrotia lcbihlr.
c, ., imvinir ineu 111 V81U arm I