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The Daily Review has Ui largest
bona fide circulation, of aaiy newspaper
bashed, in the city of Wilmington.
Mrs. Belva Lock wood ha3 started on
a long lecturing tour. -
Mr. Barnand, the. editor of the Lon
don I'unci, has eleven unmarried
Monsignor Oapel will spend -some
lime in New Orleans during the Expo
The greatest slieght-of-haud perform-.
era were Hebrews Hazleraeyer, Harlz,
Heller, Jacobs, Phillipe, Hermann and
An expariment is about to be made
with electricity as a motor for the
Brooklyn bridge cars, and the company
' 1 . C j . .-
iDteresieu proiesses io entertain no
doubt ot succe33.
The vote ot Virginia at the recent
Presidential election was the largest
ever polled in that State. The total
vote cast for Electors of President and
Vice President was 284,853, o 1 which
Mr. Cleveland received 145,407, and
Mr. Blaine 139.350.
The apex of the Washiugton mono
raent will be cf aluminum, and t
block has already been cast. It is
about live inches square by seven high,
and is the largest aluminum easting
ever made. Lightning rods will run
from this to the ground.
President Artuhr will be the recipient
ol much social attention in New Or
leans should hp, a9 anticipated, attend
the opening of Ihe Worlds Exposition
tliismnuh. The Pickwick Ciub is
preparing to give him a banquet, the
equal of which has not been spread in
New Orleans for many days.
Fifty thousand woodchucks have
been killed in New Hampshire during
the present year, on which the State
pays a bounty of ten cents each, mak
ing a total for woodchuck killing of
$5,000. Reckoning each woodchuck to
weigh five pounds, the total weight of
the 50,000 will aggregate 1 12 tons.
, . .
There are a great many ways of cele
brating a victory, but perhaps the best
way is that proposed by the Democrats
of Springfield, Mass. They are pre
paring to buy five hundred sacks of
flour, on each of which will be printed :
"Compliments of the Democratic
party," to be distributed to the poor of
the city. Some of the.bovs. however,
have already painted tbe town.
rrenminary steps were tatcen at a
meeting of leading white and colored
citizens of New Orleans last week, to
establish at some central point in the
South a university of applied sciences
for giving the graduates of colored
schools a thorough training, both
theoretical and practical, in the Jeadine
trades. This is another rebuke to Mr
Blaine's recent tirade against the South.
Jo Brown, of Georgia, is a native of
Siuth Carolina and is in his 61th year
Whenever we think of Jo B. we think
f'fihe skinning Ingalls gave .him.
Yes, that is what Ingalls' friends
claimed, we bolieye, but there are two
ways of looking at thatjmatter. We
think, rather, that Joe Brown was tbe
skinner and Insalls the skinnee in that
operation, although, kto ;be close to the
hiark, we were ralher inclined to view
t as a drawn' battle. Bat, then, we
did not read tho report through jaunr
A factory has just been opened at
Dinbury, Conn , for the manufacture
of wooden shoes. The proprietor is a
German, and for some lime has sup
Plied the brewers in New York with
wooden shoes for their employees, and
tho demand b as now become so exten
sive as to require much greater facilities
and the aid ot steam power. The shoes
liave the approved curved round toe of
the old Dutch style and are heelless.
They are made wholly of the wood of
the butternut tree, and, while imper
Yious to water, are also very light.
They have been introduced into all the
hat shops for the protecting ot the feet
cf operatives from the wet floors, while
at the same time they are very easy and
rest the feet.
The Darwinian theory perplexes the
multitude. Theyobjeetto a line of des
cendants from monkeys. But not even
baby objects to Dr. Bull's Cough
Good materials properly porportioned
Jhicb are the essential requisites in
ady mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
ld at Jacobi's Depot. f
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
-IM0EX TO HEW ADVEimsExciTX.
CW Yates Holiday Goo.'s
Jko F Divikb $5C0 Seward
Taylor's Pasaab -Christmas Goals
".Muw-umuy uibies, Albums, &c
p c MlLLKg Friends end Fellow Citizens
There was no City Court "this morn
Busines3 was quite lively on the
wharf this morning.
The receipts ot cotton at this port to
day foot up 567 bales.
Cleveland collars are a'.l the rage,
and can be had at Dyer's for 25s each.f
The market was well supplied with
meats this morning ami they were of a
The windows of some of tbe stores
begin to look tempting with the dis
play of Chrrstmas holiday goods.
New Hanover Superior Court, Judge
A. C. Avery presiding, convened at the
Court House, in this city, at 10 o'clock
l he Conlerence is now over and
the roosters begin to crow with consid-
c able confidence, not thinking that
, Mr, B. Turlington informs us that he
dug new potatoes from his garden
yesterday,, which made the third crop
from the same ground thi3 season.
Rhv. B. R. Hall, formerly pastor of
the Fifth Street M E. Church in this
city, will preach at St Stephen's
Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
(Jus Williams, the character comedi
an, in his play of One of the Finest,"
will appear at tho Opera House in this
city on the lOtn mst. "One ct the
Finest" is intended to represent a New
a grand concert
We are glad to learn
Concert Club will give
at the Opera House in this city, on
next Mnndav wppk. t.h 1 h insh fiVi
which occasion hfir will ho a dprht-
ful programme preFented.FurtherParti-
culars will be made known in a few
For the South Atlantic States slight
ly warmer, fair weather, Northerlv
winds, becoming variable.
Mrs. Elizabeth Latimer, Mr. Wm.
Latimer and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lati
mer have arrived home, after a pro-
traded European tour, in excellent I
health and much delighted with their
trip. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Latimer,
who accompanied them, have not yet
returned to the city, although they
came from Europe in the same steamer.
Mrs. A. M. Waddell returned from
Europe with them, but reached this
city one week in advance of the others.
At about 1 o'clock this afternoon a
onn rtln rtF lin Inu r- f nnH rn of ilio 11 rw nor 1
, u- t u.
wxuvivo "''su uj a. 1,, "Mtice, before he enfered
tney were at once tumbled into the
dock and the flames were extinguished.
No general alarm was given.
At about 2:0 ocloct this atternoon,hisnewchftre . ... ,fc .
some more cotton, at the same press,
became igninited and a serious con fla-
gration was threaten. The alarm was
given and the fire department was
promptly in attendance, and the flames
wereextinguished .before any serious
damage was done.
Some scamp entered the premises of
Mr. James Cox, corner of Front and
Wright streets, last Saturday night and
killed bis pis and carried it away.
They also stele ail of his poultry, con
sisting of turkeys, geese and guinea
fowl?, save one old gander. This the
thief managed to accomplish without
making sufficient noise to awaken, the
family and so quietly as to escape
observation by any one. Mr. Cox has
no idea who was the thief, although he
traced him for a considerable distance
into the woods by the blood which had
dropped from the pig and poultry.
Tito .$74tOOO Prize to an Un
It is collected by the Louisiana Na
tional Bank for an unknown depositor.
The luck v 78,455 was presented at the
mam unices ot lhe ixmisana Mate
Lottery Company by Mr. A. Luria,
Cashier of the Ixuuana National Bank,
for a depositor. This is all that the
Lottery Company knows of it, and Mr.
Luria declined to name the fortunate
holder. A check for $75,000 was dep
osited to the credit of the lucky deposi
tor. Aeto Vrlerns Vuy Jlcin, Oct l.
For durable coloring tho walls of
rooms in beautiful tints, at little cost
nothing equals the Majjleine sold at
J ac obi's l)epot.
:I'J ? ? Vi-fi' i''vv i Vtr,Y-:..
WILMINGTON. N. C WEDNES DAY, DECEMBER 3, 1884. NO. 289
Mr. J ohn Taylor, of Taylor's Bazaar.
tells his leeioa of customers who read
the Review: in thia ;0o ,.r.i
uv ui au3 ucau
and a.tractive stock of holiday
PomhhntmaoKaeno u:. i
business. His prices are extremely
low, and he qas an almost endless va
nety from which to make a selection.
Read his attractive advertisement in
another column, and be governed ac
Heavy It e ward Ollered.
Mr. H. Walters, General Manager,
and Capt. John P. Divine, Supt. of the
W.&W., aidW.C. & A.Ttft.lrn-H iriro
notice in this issue that a reward of
$500 will be paid for the conviction of
any parties caught interfering with tbe
tracks of these roads or placing obstruc
tions thereon and they declare that the
full penalty of the law will be enforced
against all offenders. This means busi
In lew Qaurters.
We have received a kindly letter
from our old friend Mr. J. D. Sublett.
formerly ot the ITo'tel Brunswick, at
Smithville, but now proprietor of the
Grand Capital Hotel, at Baton Rouge,
La. This, ftie capital city of the State,
is made convenient to New Orleans as
there are fonr trains each way daily,
and those who visit the exposition from
this section would find Baton Rouge
tar preterable to New Orleans as a
stopping place. The! cost ot living
would be less, theel mate more healthy
and tbe locality in every way more de-
airab.e. Tbe railroad from Raton
Rouge to New Orleans passes through
sonieol the richest of the sugar produc-
! 1 1 r . . . . .
nig ians oi ice state, and tho round
trip fare is only SI 50
liis Honor, Judge A. C. Aver v.
arrived in tho city last uight and re
elected Treat ii rp.r nf Mrfh Paiin,
c , 4 .u. '
was Lae secretary or
y. He was rc-
rece"Uhe IIe wa3 rc
markablv Pflinifint in hA nrfrt
of the arduous du.ies pertainin to that
yu9iiiuu.ti.iiu was uextainiy one oi mo
very best recording officers it has ever
been our good fortune to meet. We
are under lasting obligations to him
for his many courteses during the Con
Rey. Dr. Bobbitt is vet in the oitv and
will not leave for his new charge, the
Salisbury District.until some time next
week. He is a pleasant gentleman, a,
devout follower of the Master, and his
aeparture tor another held of useful
ness will be regretted by many.
liev. D. H. Tuttle. who ha3 been
assigned by the Conference to the
charge of Fifth Street M. E. Church,
was pastor at Smithville last year, and
was grea'ly beloved by his congrega
tion, as well as by the citizens generally.
He is yet a young man, although he
Was three VCftrS a liiwver in Wri?oh rm-
Iession hC had built Up a lucrative prac-
He is a man of talents, is a devout
christian, and will bring that energy of
action and earnestness ot nnrnosp in
w x - m . -
There are several articles in Lippiw
cotCs for December which claim atten-
tion even in these exciting'times.and as
which may be read with prefit as well
pleasure. "A. Visit to .Naples" de-
. . . '
picts the aspect of that city just previ
ous to the outbreak cf cholera. Chas
B. Todd gives the most vivid and ex
haustive account that has yet appeared
of the Oil-Region of Pennsylvania. In
contrast to this paper is that in which
"Edmund Kirke" concludes his inter
esting narra:i re of a
W Innr lAntin'Air I
oa ine r reueiiroai ia iNoriii uarouoa I
muwug buc iiguici milium iu lije uuw
bfir.irfi "Thn Philosnnhv nnl Art nf
uanemg. "a v esterniinoustrv. ' and
Why Not an American Punch?'1 "Fe.
licie s Ueception, and somehow," are
capital short stories, and Miss Tinck
er's "Aurora" is carried forward with
the same interest and beauty of style
that have marked the previous instal
Among the attractions promised for
tbe coming year, particular attention is
called to a 'serial entitled "On This
Side," by F. C. Baylor, recounting the
experience of an English baronet and
his party during a tour in tbe United
To every Housekeeper a good
substantial cook stove is an important
necessity and our readers will find tbe
best at Factory- prices at Jacoei's
Hardware Depot. . f
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The L.ast of KarLIt.
Pa.h ronJl t tiT ? ,
consigned to their hst. long
ihe remains ot the late John
rMt in IftnVI.U f .1
Ufnm r. , . f
"r AUC iook place
rom St. James Church and the body
was followed to the grave by a long line
Of sorrowing friends and relatives
Mr. Pugh was, as wejstated a few
dayss.nce, a gallant Confederate, bet
was disabled early in the war. He was
a member of the late Capt. R. JS. Rad
cliffo's command, Co. F, of the gallant
Third North Carolina Infantry. He
was made color-guard and in the
Seven Days Fight Around Richmond.
oa Jane2Gth, 1862, he was wounded in
the rigbt arn EO severely as to require
lie was then but 21
years of age.
British schooner Hatlie Darling, Cap
tain 1 earce, aeared for Nassau vester
day, with 24.709 feet lumber. 63 979
shingles; 12 barrels flour, 5 bage cow
Peas and 1 baS coffee, valued at $799.02
snipped by Messrs. Parsley & Wiggins.
er barque Co?islatitin von lieinccke,
Fretwursr, cleared to-day for Stettin
"ith 2'786 barreJs sin. valued at $3,
70. shipped by Messrs. E. Peschau &
Westermann. Nor. barque Prudcnlia,
Hansen, cleared for London with 500
cask3 spirits turpentine and 2.286
barrels rosin, valaed at $10,136, ship
Ped by Alessrs. Paterson, Downing &
o. iMor. brig Uildinq. Pedcrsen, clear
ed ,or London with 2.272 barrels ro3in
valued at $2,497, shipped by Messrs. D
U. Murchison & Co. Br. Schr IHnnerr
Kelly, cleared for Nassau with 97 GOO
shingles, valued at $631.40 shipped by
Kf . d-X 1 r -mm .
1 Mssrs- - roniy oc aiorri3, making a
total of exports foreign amounting to
two years old, fell " from a atep and
?lruck his fcrehead, A large, black and
oiufi bunch raised and swelled rapidly,
We immediately applied St. Janobs
Oil and the swelline and discoloration
T1HE SUM OF FIVE HUNDRED DO! LARS
I 111 1 t x . m v a.
v " para lo any one IQrmaniB mwnnation
which yrttl Ieaa to tnc conviction of any party
found interfering with the Switches or Frojs
of lhe Railroad Companies, or placing obstruc
tions of any kind upon their tracks.
And parties are warned that tbe Railroad
Companies will Invoke the fullest penalties of
the law against snch offenders.
INO. F. DIVINE, G3'l Sup't
W & W. and W., C. A. .Railroads.
H. WALTERS, General Manager,
dec 3 3t wefii mou
TS IIEEEIiY GIVEN TIIAT applica-
linn trill lift TTisrlp. tr Ihft Canpval AcaomhW tf
K rolling ! mocivn ( 1 -1 ocs
for a charier for the "Wilmlnston 5avinzs
Hint aou Loan Aesoriation" or Wllmmeton.
v. cec ' ii
JS HEREBY GIVEN that application will be
made to the General Assembly of North Car-
ouna. ai its session in Januarsr. less, for a
charter for tne Germama Mutual Fire Jnsu
ranee Company of Wilmington, N. C.
dec 2 ot
II,, c ArriwPrl anH fnr Qolo
f( BBLS- maiden and roe mullets.
sr . . .
50 Bbls. No. 2 Mullets.
50 Bbls. and half Bols. Mackerel.
55 Bbls. Assorted Apples.
Must be sold..
DAVIS A SON
rrtHOSE FAMOUS IIORNE OY3
TKRS can be found at the Old North
State Saloon. Therire the tot hrnnhttn
wcuy. igrs, wines, iseer. ana oia ciem:
or i m w .
r nnuscy.aiwayBonnana. can at tne
OLD NORTH 8TATE SALOOM.
(t I it Crt.ith Qlw.f
BraSS Fire B0ff8,
Shovels and Tongs.
gOMETHISG VERY NICE
AND VERY CHEAP.
GII EH A MUKUIISON,
dec 1 - 3S and 40 Murchison Block
A GOOD COOK STOVE. A GOOD HEAT
ing Stove, a rood Lamp, a coed Kerosene
fct vc, a good Door Mat. a good ToUct Set. a
good Lap Board, a good Cake Box. a good
CoCee liigrln, a good Feather Duster. Our
Dave nods as if to aay that' so, and add a
PACKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. dec 1
JJY SENDING YOUR LIGHT COLORED
roods to MON AMI'S Steam Dve Works. 15U
tecoad at., and ha lnr them made darker for J
m &u anu i uuer wear you u. aavs us expense
oi buying a new suit or dress. Complete and
fresh lot dye stair joat received. e
UAS MADE 11H IIEADQUABTEBS AT
TltJT anlmmanee steefc of
DOULS. In every size axd BJjle,
DRU31"?,Tmmpet3, Uames. Blocks,
HOUSES. Wagons. Vc'.oc'pede,
WHIPS, Keins. Eells,
And thousands of other thiDgs
for the little ones. You are all lavltcd to call
and sen the
Grand Toy and Holiday
Toðer with a new tock of
1 adies' Hats, Bibbon. Vlowea. "
B'eatbgrs, Breasts, Birds, Wings,
Tips, Velvets, Plushes and Satin?.
JUST RECEIVED :
A new llna of I-acea, race CoTars, Uandkcr.
chiefs, in Silk and Linen.
A new line of Gloves.
A new line of Hand Satchels, pockt t books.
A new line of Jewelry .
A new line of Underwear and Hosiery.
A new btock of Children's Worsted Hocds
aid Sacks, Babie Cloaks, Ac , 4c.
Also a new line of Silk, and Alpacea Um
brellas, and will be sold at remarkably lew
WN. B. li VERY' PURCHASER OF
T TWO DOLLAR'S WORTH OR MOREr
T WILL RECEIVE A TICKET FOR A .g
CHANCE ON A HANDSOMELY
DRES3 ED, JOLNTED, BISQUE DOLLff
Tte Ladles are invited fo call and see at
118 Market St
dec S WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cakes and Crackers.
LARGE AND VARIED ASORTME
of Nice Fresh Cakes and Crackers
just received We have
LARRABEE'S EXTRA SODA BISCUIT,
put up io 31b tins, which we are sellirs for CO
cents; tins not returnable. Convenient and
r. muvracsers are oi mo oest quality. I
rr n v . n - I
AAA ax I
Royster s Elegant Candies
received fresh each week.
We have a NICE ASSORIM&NT, and would
call the attention ot our friends to this fact
P. L. BBIDGERS & CO.
HO North Front St.
JOR 5) AND C5 CENTS PER BUNCH.
New Styles in Felt, Velvet and Straw Hata
Ostrich Tips and Plumes, Fancy Feathers,
Ribbons, Satins. Velvets, Zephjrs, Saxony,
MBS. KATE C WINE.V,
No. 119 North Second Street.
bov 20 tf Bet. bectnut and Princess sts
Call and See
rjUIOSE ELFGANT FRUIT PBESERVE3.
We guarantee in em to be pare, and the flavor
as if put up at home. A trial Is all we ek.
Canned Goods of all kinds. Prunes, Currant.
Pickles, Dried Beef, Oranges and Lemon.
Rikiag Powders too numerous to mention.
Jellies. Crackers, the best of Cheese, Hams
and &ogsr-Cure ) & boulders. Coffees roasted
By Steamer to-morrow Mocha Coffee.
we do not rag on all Flour, but we put the
SUPERLATIVE against any in the market.
Parties wishing Picserves at retail will
please scad dishes.
sept 33 , F. G, & N. ROBINSON. ,
w bo iclad w xeoclTO coninoBiratloa
frcxa oar friends oa aay ad all ituUjsza;
ccneraltatexcatbtn v . r.
Tb juLcae ol the writer must &naya b
iinc4 to thSditcs. '
CoiaTrmnTcatloaa mv& ba vntUa ca
oreEidacf tha paper. -'PcraonaBttca
cinst be aTo!d14
" Aa4 it ia ecpedaCy aad paxUenlxTly ri de
tooa that the Editor Joe ot alwaya eadci s
the views of correspondents uuu r t. i
Ja the editorial eoUuaaa.
STOCK AND HEAT. ESTATE BROKER
ana Auctioneer of Grncni ntovhani.
wSLH'1?11 eorn' l'rineesa and
- ci, jvc i. cxoniy x axotrlss old uml.
t eronal attention Iron tAair
Vt.nl ICS at nrirrtt-n ao'j. ...... .
signnsenU aollclted. SETII W. HaVTS.
,eP. . - Auctioneer.
Another Large Invoice
0F ZKpHYIlS AND ALL THE VABIOU3
Wools In use A LL COLO C8
Children1 Mlf sea and I aIea Jerseys. .
GIotcj and Handkerchief,
rancy Hairpins, Hat OinametU. Jtc. a
MlUluery-Full stock, IHatsJ BonncU, Vcl
vats, Feathers. Birds, Ao. .
Stan-plng done In latest dessns.
Felt All colors. Elder Dowr, Plothjfcc.
MISS E. KARRER.
Holiday Goods I
JN ORDER THAT THE LADiES MAY
select their CHRISTMAS PRESENTS early
and avoid the usual ruth, I hare opened np a
large and handsome stock of
in point of clearance and variety furnaatinsr
anything herettoote offered. T 3
The finest selection of Children' Books ever
brought to the city, call and examine stock
and prices. Prompt an 1 polite attenUon to alL
. V ' c- W' YATES,
; 119 Market at, Wilmington NC
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OFFAML
L If BIBLES, In various styles of blndlnr.
just received at tho LIVE BOOK STORE.
The largest and hcRt elnto.i
ALBUMS tver brought to this city is at
LATEST IMPORTATION !
DIRECT FROM PARIS 1
Large assortment of Masin Rayobt?.
wood, Mahogony, Black Walnut, Carved Gut.
ta Pcrcha, fihell and Tin. Large, medium and
small, at HEINSiiKUMRR'S
ecl I've Book and Music St res
JgUYERS OF BOOTS AND SHOES WILL
fin! at our place tho LARGEST STOCK,
G1FATEST VARIETY OF 8TYLE AND
FINISH and LOWEST PRICES. Wc lnv't "
an examination of Goods and Prices.
i ' -
Geo. R. French & Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT STREET
White Cypress and Yellow
iiJLiliMll AJXB BOORS,
Guaranteed as good as the test.
Molding. Brackets. Balusters and Orn
Uentai woM work.
oct 16 . PARSLEY A WIGGINS.
Just Arrived I
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF FANCT
CAKES AND CRACKERS,
vanl'.ia Jelly. ,
Teed Drop Cakes,
Lunch Milk, elegant.
Also Bright, New Breakfast Strips, FJga
ce. irUs Ham, five Donr.tl irrn
everrthlnr usually found In a first class Fam
O. if. CRAPON.
22 South Front fit -
Florida Oranges T
- Florida Oranges !
JUST ARRIVED A CHOICE LOT OF
Oranges, direct from thcerores of Florida.
A fall supply of Bologna fcauzae. Link aus
age, Garl c &auage and Liver Puddiar. fitrrw
rrotn li lib mood, Va
a luu imo or amuy (JroceTie a1ats or
band. Jive Torkeis. Dmi T...f r?
Old Lot CiLin n! nrnnt.k Tt
Consignments of produce noUtiicrf .
n , V . CRAIG A TIIOMAIL
iv5??U?fn and Dealers
v Jrfric? lcors, Ac, No. us aouth
rront St., almost opposite tne Market.
. DOT S3
f H a rd v a re
QF ALL KINDS AND IN ANY QUANTl
ty. Wholcaalaajid LcUll at ROCK BOTTOM
prices. W. E. SPRINGEii a vot