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WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1884
arjs to receive their paper regularly,
Vaily fieview Has toe largest taodon society is agog with the news
bona fi.de. circulation, of any newspaper that the Duke of Marlborough and the
MisJted, in the city of "Wilmington.
Prof. T. C. A. Abbott, for twenty
fix years President of the Michigan
Agricultural College, has resigned.
Mr. Steinitz. Chess Champion, still
on his tour of triumph, has reached
, ; '
wife who divorced him are going to
set married over again, and, it is hoped,
iivc happily ever afterward.
It is understood that Governor
Cleveland has declined all hotel offers,
as well as the invitation of Mr. Corco
ran, and will be the guest of the Kev.
Dr. Bartlett, of New York Avenue
Czar Alexander is growing wrinkled I Caurch. pending the inaugarati n eer-
and erT. The Nihilists ara worrying lemonies.
the life out of him.
Belgium has four universities, of
Our good friend and subscriber,. Mr
W. II. G. Ueatty, of Gravelly Hill.
Bladen county, was In the city to-day
and gave U3 the pleasure of a visit this
Mr. M. M. Katz is in Goldsboro to
day in attendance upon a meeting tf
the Board of Directors of the Eastern
Insane Asylum, of which he is a mem
For tlie Holiday Trade.
. Col. John J. I led rick has a large and
a very attractive advertisement in this
issne.' ffe appreciates 'the value of
printers1 ink, and with such a band
some stock as he carries now 13
bound to let everybody know where to
select many useful as well as pretty
things for holiday gifts. His goods
are very tastefully arranged, and the
ladies are even now thronging there to
look and to buy.
Through a careless blunder of ours,
the article concerning W. W. Holden's
fitness to write a State history, upon
which we commented at considerable
length, was credited to the Wilson Ad
vance, when J-t should have been the
Wilson Mirror, from which paper it
The bill of Senator Coke, providing I was c'ipped. We were not aware of
made several million dollars out of pine j for the allotment of lands in severalty the error until our attention was called
and henil.'ck boards.
Editor Friedei. of the Lancaster Fi tt Lie2 and Ghent re supported by the
Vresse. while iU recently, translated State while vian and Brussels arc
one of Goethe's short poems into six lree institutions. uc university oi
. uat,eg . lisrusseis had a very modest beginning.
ine Duiiaiogs wnicn it now occupies
Alexander Pardee, of the Meadville were constructed between 1859 and 1865
Republican, gave the newsboys and I It has become a very important insti-
bootblacks of that city a thaaksgiving I tution, with this year 1,686 students.
uovernor-elect Gray, of Indiana.
Lady Florence Dixie recently sent a turned over that office to Gov. Porter
wreath for John Brown s grave, and, four years ago, and the latter will turn
in reiurn Queen Victoria sent Lady it over to Mr. Gray in January. It
Florence an engraving by Landseer.
Governor-elect Russell A. Alger, of
Michigan, is low boomed as "a farm
er's boy, who read books by a pine-
knot in an Ohio cabin," but since he
has been a man in Michigan he has
said that no two Governors ever stood
in this relation before, Mr. Gray was
elected Lieutenant-Governor in 1876,
and succeeded to the executive chair on
the death of "Blue Jeans" Williams.
Professor W. K. Brooks will haye
an article in the January Popular
Science Monthly on Influences Deter
mining Sex, in which he cites many
curious facts in support of the view
that a favorable environment causes
an excess of female births, and an un
favorable, environment an excess of
male births. -
upon the reservations to individual In- to the matter this morning: We glad
dians, ia justly regarded by the friends ly make the correction, and are glad to
of our nation's wards as the most im- know that Bro. Daniels, of the Ad-
portant piece of Indian legislation to t?ancc, is not of those who "worship at
come before Congress this Winter. Holden'a shrine."
T'lio .Quirtata Viaa .Iro iy a Trrfrai if anrl
" r 'l'wt AiKiM4irf i -? 1 m a nn T r ntn r n fnr
, . . , . I axiu jriui uiuy a auutuAb v
iua uuu3u lu utxuuic law. i . , . . . c . . , r
Senator Sherman has introduced a wick, Ga., has pleasant words to say
hill to havft thft PTcroisfts of the nalftbra- of our uood friend, subscriber and
The gross bonded debt of New York
tion of the completion of tho Washing- former fellow citizen, Mr. Jesse Wilder,
ton Monument to take olace on the 21st now in business, in that city. It says:
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city, exclusive ot revenue Donas aoo. 0f February because the 22nd. Wash- Heretofore the principal market on
. A 4h tm 1WA JMpy I 1. A 1 J I . T I.I m. . I . f Jl 4 1.'
inciuaing 10 oouus uew Jnoton1, RirJhdsiv rnnt on Snndav the Atlantic coast, lor cruue turpentine
by the Commissioners o, the , Stakto, Senator Morgan thougbt da, ,00. ShZn<&Zt
r una , win, on me ist oi ihjai. uauuai j, sacrej to h0n0r the raemorv of Wash- Mr .Tpssa WiHnr. comes in for a share
amount to Sl25,blU,o7a.JJ. ueaucung :nrtrn Senator Sherman is in accord of this important traLtiC. Mr. Wilder
ihft amount held as a sinking fund. the:,u u r.,n ,.f;,f i,;a is the only gentleman operating a stil
" - I Ml I LI1 L.L1E3 i 'llStliLU DC11L1 U1UUL Ul Llllkl 1 . ' .
net debt is $90,331,000. ; The last asses- countr !n Bronswicfc. lie Dyf
sed valuation of real estate was l,ii J,- However great and deserving of hon- pie and has built-up quite an extensive
761,597. " or is our clorious Washinzton. there is business. He buys at Wilmington
d -v ,1 ,1 : e
ur,r AUrr.a n rWn nigner auu moiu ueserviug ui
on the list for trial in Franco is 760, of "uuul . T- T . ,?
which 560 are petitions to transform xor rest anu wommp ox xxuuu.
200 are orig
iinnara mto fhpip ftnnGarance on
btWA&V.f ..w " r f In .
n-AA anA fho cindnnt onaay paraue
of modern Pans life nas an opportu- What is it makes George
Marine Accident. j
The Ger. barque EintraclU, Muswick, j
rom Montevideo, arrived in port this
afternoon, and as she came up the
river, under sail, let go her anchor
when opposite the foot ot Orange street.
As she swung around her sails were
taken aback and, as there was a still
Southerly breeze at the time.her anchor
drugged, and she ran into the wharf 0
Messrs. Davis & Son's fUh house,
carrying away a small portion of the
wharf and doing considerable damage
to the . building on , Us Northwestern:
corner. The only damage to the
EintraclU, was the carrying away of
her martingale and some of her head
For the Dally Review
Judging from Mr. Tennyson's latest
rythmical effusion, "Freedom," it
seems to me that in making him a lord
they unmade him a poet The poet-
laureate's muse is neither so vigorous
or subtle as in "Summers gone." With
him "the hey-day in the blood is tame
andbisonco facile and charming pen
seems really to have forgotten its cun
ning. The recb e and uncertain tread
of senility is plainly disceruable.
I he welded graco of diction, the de
lightful conceits and the smooth and
mellifluous versification that character
ized his former productions are waul
His theme is heroic, one well calcula
ted to insp.re the patriotic muse, but his
treatment is singularly tame; indeed.
his pen seems to limp aiongthe lines.
NEW ADVEKTISEMENT8. NE"W AOVKUTISE3ICNTS.
A Large Stock of Sensible
I UlSPKCTFULLY CALL T LIE ATTEN
TION OFflllE LADIES TO THE
Super B!ack Cashmere erp cheap.
Medium aad low priced Dress Goods at event
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER :
We IiaTe a sp'cmlul stock of -Table Lamak,
Napkins ami Doyles wi.li tire handsome st
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stock of Towc's over .nsporteti
116 Market St.
FOR THE YOUNG UDIES :
A superb lot of Handkerchief, ever style
and quality. Hand Satchels, Handsome
Black Silks at SOc, 70, $1, $125 per
Cashmeres, all shades, from 12.c up. i
Ladies' Cloth Trioot Hep3.
Flannels, Dolmans, Shawls.
FOR THE GENTLEMEN:
It there is any truth in the saying colored Bordered and White HcmBtitehed Blankets, Spreads, very low.
that the last notes ot the nying swan are ,
iianiKercuieid, uemsuvenea umna jmik
its sweetest then we shall hear from
the poet-lord again.
I hope so and sincerely trust that
when it does come we may hava to
exclaim, verily, he has saved the best
4-wine for the last.
Scriouslv, I fail to discern any great
merit in the piece. It is either very
good so good, indeed, as to be beyond
the ken of ordinary mind?, or it is
very commonplace and I incline to the
latter opinion. It it 13 really very
meritorious then it strikes me that
a poet of decided attainments and skill
ought to be able to write with sufficient
lucidity to, make it unnecessary to
wreck one's brain in order to ascertain
his meaning. Now and then there U
Handkerchief, Neckties, Scarf Tins,
Sleeve Buttons, fine Suspenders, with a
variety of other handsome and useful
FOR THE BOYS :
Siik and Linen Handkerchief?, Windsor 1 ie,
Brcastpin3, Sleeve Buttons, Buck Gloves,
handsome and heavy Hosiery.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Under-'
2.0C0 Handkerchiefs, from 3c up.
Table Liuen?, Towels, Napkini, at ex
traordinary low prices x
Velvets aud Velveteens, all shades.
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES too
FOR THE SERVANTS
a . trace, a faint gleam ot the ) greatest of cheap Dress Goods, low priced Cloaks, from numerous, to mention, bought below,
ixviiig vuut jeirvas a wuuw ib auijf i
$1 to f 30, ShawJs, Hosiery, eneap vesis.
Remember the entertainment at the
mars his great name. If obscurity is
one of the esssentials of genuine poel-1
try then Mr. Tennyson's latest posseses
in a marked degree one ot the re
quisites. . W. CORBETT.
Mr. A, G. Brenizer, Cashier Commer-
Coverllds, Counterpanes, &c, &c, wi'h
the best general stock of Notions in the
Manufacturer's cost, and SELLING
LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
into divorces, a-d 1V e aupe our preseumuvBa wm uavu Opera House to-n ght for the benent oi VtT ":
into uivuiuea, a. u 1 1,. -A f . . . savs : After a careful examination of
inal petitions. The peti- fa, kMrt" , "7- the Wilmington Liorary Association- the lan, the methods, and the rates
JUST OPENED :
There is a growing sentiment among w"u0.a0s-,e
.L i ru w ut fw Syrup, he does.
toe Luemuers ui iuo iiuuo
oaght to be some tariff legislation this
Winter. Judge Moulton of Illinois,
says that all the Democratic members
of the Ways and Means Committee
tayor the passage of some bill that will
at least rnlarge the free list very
materially, and that the Hewitt bill,
with some modifications, will certainly
be passed. .
with colds. ZZe takes Dr. Bull's Cough
INDEX TO NEW AuYERTISESflEHTS.
C W Yates Holiday Goods
Heinsbeugbk Christmas Goods
.Tno "J Hedkick For tlie Holidays
Melton & Gakkell Saturday's Marict
F C Miller Friencl3 and Fellow Citizens
of 1 An invoice of Imported Dress Buttons 100
Among other excellent musical leatures Mutual Trust lund Lie Association. ..."
nrh rinns. iher will ha a fmitar I am so well pleased with it that I have Kinas-i 01a at nan vaiuc
i?jT - . : r! . , r .i i I . ...
- 1- 1 r, c,- V,,1 ela u i apuueuj-u iwi a. tcuuiviaw v mcuiuc- it 13 a, well known lact that in my specialties
Edmonds BUW 1UIS- UM,S' T WW1 :V" shin. Tn mv oDinion it is worthv the V
I stand unrivalled. The public will gam
Watters and these two superb vocalists lie."
wili also sing a duet together. On gac-
countof the absence of some ot the
members, the Arion Quartette Club Af' 2 n I a fi
j 1 1 . 1 w -
will not oe in anenaance ana wo aisu
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nity of closely observing some strange so cool nnd placid, and how does lie do De given Dy uirb. rvaiinwtniur auu mis. confidence and patronage of the pub
cnoiol tirnoa sucu ueep lumKiugr 11 is uuuause ub
by an examination of my stock, as I am
offering extraordinary inducement in
the way of price3.
learn that Mr. N. Mayer will not be JJY A gentleman who whites A
able to attend ; a fact which wili be re good, clear hand, light work to do, in the way
, . ot-il i I CI CCPVinz pilHJrs 01 any Jwiuu. xrit;aae cuiu-
AAtj-i-l -WT mrf tr n IT m, l IT fl VIllWU I'llll 1 -
tions the musical portion will be as
heretofore announced, leaving no
doubt that that feature of the pro
gramme will be a pronounced success
A call will convince my patrons that
for XMAS GIFTS it is ECONOMY to
buy something useful as well as desi
Mm M. KATZ,
110 Market St.
dec 8 .
dec 12 lv
s. w. c.
care of Daily Review.
JNO. J. HEDRICK.
des 12 .
OPERA HOUSE. Merry Christmas
S HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLICATION
FJ2LDAY, December IS, 1884
The receipts of cotton at this port to
Senator Palmer of Michigan, who day foot up 898 bales.
has an income of upward of $200,000 a
year, says: 'The happiest man is the
one who has the most illusions. There
are only three real substantial things
that you can get out ot life, and the
man who has those at the required
intervals is as well 08 as the richest.
The three realities are a. full stomach,
a good suit ot elothes and a bed to sleep
in. Everything else belongs to the
realm of i.lusions."
will be made to tha General Assembly of North
Carolina, at lto session in January, isso, lor
nk aw .aw Fa. tha Hn rill 1 m nUAnnviAn r A acA .
At abOUl 4 o ciocs tnis iuwruiug vui- claUon of Wilmington, N.-tj." .
dec 5 law 5w rri
All the Little Folks!
Egs were retailing at 80 cents per Cvjr Te'rry discovered that there was a
dozen fiom the stores to-day. Christ" tnief in the store of Mr. J. M. Hard- SATURDAY'S MAKKET
VW Ilia. Ull A A. lllvw-k wwwa -w .v
Prof. A. L. Perry, the well-known
economist, in a very striking article on
the "Meaning of the Election," in The
Million, ot Des Moines, Iowa, for De
cember 13, makes the assertion tha1
the Republican party is dead as
Csesar," and the startling prediction
that it will never go into another Presi
dential contest. He is led to this con
clusion bv recent events, occurring
both before and since the election.
The weather is too soft and warm Eighth and Ninth, but the latter was
necessary to prevent sickness. He had broken open the door and bad I th nnhiin ctn'raiiTiareertectfaliff invited I In,'J1', ? 'S'?.,a' Heinsbergei's.
, 1 - 1 - - r o . 1 cip h al mo 111 in nac
Two colored women, charged with selected a lot of meat and put it in a bag. fp
r-. KrMiirhr hclhiitin Ills nurr.OJ ueuauuic iuo iuici
uuuiueuj wuuuu, .i5.D u.wu6uv 1 . . ... i-aa-n a mcy c TrvTTTmnr
fore the Mayor this morning and dis- left the bag aud us conients. joining jyiJl (X ITU U X
else was disturbea mere is a regular
Wnho.r tnof trnhiH nnnmnni ? gang Ul uiiuuiaui jiniviu
Accordine to the statistics published
bvthe French Customs the imports
during the first tea months of the
present year amounted to 3,724,614.000
francs and ttw exports to 2.666.814,000
francs. The Dersistent decrease in
exports is viewed with uneaslne'ss, and
to it may be traced tho present com-
mernial Amba-rassments of tttecouniry
There is m diminotlon in. Imports of
fnni .ml munnfflnlnred articles. The
export of" national manufactures has
tallen off to tha extent oi 127,000,000
fraocs. . ,f J; '
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T?nfW; ,nome. John, break the
bones in Mr. William's chops aod Pu,
Mr. Smith'sribs in the basket tor mp,,
John fadskly): ; AU right, sir; Just
as soo" ns Pre sawed off Mrs. Murphy's
legr pt carrht to keep St.; J scobs
Grand Musical and Literary Entertainment
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WILMINGTON
To consist of Instrumental and Vocal Solos.
Arlon Quartette Music, Pantomimes aud Tab
Uener&l admission 5c: reserved seats
chairs and front gallery row, 75c; reserved I Cap3 for little boy and ei'la.
Box sheet opens Tuee-1
UCU OOt U1U I 14 All uun. I
of every description
VyE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINK OP
MILLINERY, Hats, Bonnets, Hoods,-Velvet
Crochet Hood Sacks,
Our sccdj are cheap and all
I : r.wA iUatr l-nna? whpro prprv pnir.Ir-
ouite prevalent in some sections of v-lwJf 14 . "J . , .....
Pender' county, although tl
nrnpa fatnl nnlir in O fo VtT I ntinOPS-
.-w... w.j . 1 fH
which we have mide for to-morrow's
, . wnicn we nave miae ior vo-morruw " 0iMft rr.Pr Prfnaa and
Water streets. Cronly & Morriss old stand.
Personal attention given to sale of hordes and
1 . . AAaian ouoru tjrfiro i miiu-i ivn nivi inn m oi evemuinz iu uui unci . -. u.mi. it. vta
axea auu ucio uw.vvw . or unienaia samn-oa i-mjubiv oiau ieu
Thrre i we are Beef, wh'co we Lave no hesitttion in saying
I 1. M ttio I- haa him U1STI nprA 1 nil KS.-
We resrret to learn of the death ot uii more than an even chance son. We also invite attention to our line of
Mr. Joseph V. Duncan, which occur- that 8ome of lbe scamps will be brought DrEssed turkeys, fat. fresh and careful- R
red at his home at Kocky Point, Pender topiief before long. ly prepared and weighing from 4 to 15 lbs. J nlt wrrnkk t heacUcaf trman' nBar-
county. mis morning, mis uisca.se
tvnhni1 and nnftiimonia. He was a
good man and a useful citizen. Hisiun
era! will take place at 1 o'clock p. m.t
to-morrow at the
W ftsv9 Infants Cloaks
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER will find It U their advatte to call and cx
and Auctioneer of General Merchandise of j .
amino oir ttck before purchasing.
dec 10 1m ' MRS. 8. J. Z5AKEU
OFFICE BOARD OF COMMI8tONFXS,
FOR THE COUNTY Or NEW HANOVER,
Since the above was in type WC learn Also, ber ami Perfumer, lb personally in attendance I December 8th, 1S34.
that officer Terry got so near the Ulie1 BRESSED GEESE. DUCKS & CHICKENS, between Water ana Front, Wilmington. N. C. TJRQPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the
as to knock him down, but the latter n ll1.lart l H.nmmiii -5!SlL . L.i.,t .hrtr
he footrl ' 1 . I rt . "I T tk . -v j,
The Excursion and Pic Nic
managed to got up and, being the faster wltb thc jest of
M. E. Church at ' nner escaped. From a description
of the thief Mr. Hard wick wassatis&ed
Indications. that it was Tom w nitneia, cotore
Forthe South Atlantic States, partly and made an affidavit to that effect be
cloudy weather and local rains, Wester- fore a magistpte, who issued a warrant
. . . 1 . 1 . onftitklnla Kanla fllT
VEAL, LAMB AND MUTTON,
PORK. Freeh and Corned,
SAUSAGES, PUDDINGS, Ac.
Satfc faction guaranteed
ly winds and low temperature.
Schr. William C. Greene Uawes
cleared late jesterday afternoon, for
Port-au-Prince, with 194,299 leet 1am-
l ber and 150,000 shingles, valued at $3
316.40, shipped by Messrs. Northrop &
and placed it in a constable's hands for
Whitfield's arrest. Officer ierry . ac
companied the constable in bis search
for Whitfield, whom they found upon
dec 11 it
MELTON m 6 ARRELI ,
Stalls 1 anl 3. New Market.
To the Public;
n - . - . Mrcnn
n.mU. Shf mLr AT. Barter. Bar-1 P-13" :
' - I . f II ..('A O
oiPfirpii tor uaDe navueu wimi. aw5o. -
the street. He was fully identified by WE claim no exclusive right.
Mr. Terry and was arrested. Some lew but we have the duffy malt whiskey at
stolen articles were fotma.upon o hcthanti per quarts the "GXM-
A S ENDLESS VARIETY; TOO NUMKR
ous to itemize. Fancy Extravaganzas, Im
ported Oddities, Japanese Curiosities, aad ex-
day cf December, 131. w
Flral, For fornltbiog the Inmates of tbePcor
Flauta with FrAil. RIoth'ncr. UoHIHn n1 A
tcaUon for tiro yeirs from January 1st,
IK,VAf leet luniuer, iwuw ATT j I mugnuiccu. , raw MORE -BOARDER3. EITHER
41, ihipped by ; Messrs. J, H. , Chad- it jQ thQ .market. The A raw , moriasd, jti
- a. l aAMf Avmnrrai. ran im rrsmmo
stalled beef from Sampson county, tirt
shown by them, is as fine - as cas ever market ardrs, w : R0Ii
i - llSi llartct su, tet. i'ror.t asi Second.
new ;KCTOirsrs lor very liri , n,r-nfir.2 display, .rcvis u
bourn & Co;,; makings toUl ofex
ports foreign amoonting to $B,173 oi.
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Wa observe: quite a nne, cuspiay oi exhibited here and . ia all omsr
rKevoivsrs ior very fo i w r- a fins display.
tensive collection of goods of ever deccrlp- Also, for Securing and Wcrkiog Prisoners
lion imaginable, from nearly all the principal j gnt to tLe House of Correii3n,and nrmlto
manafaetorlns cities in Europe and America, 1 .
. ,. .... . I them with Fo2l, Ckthloz and Medic Ice. Cof-
Please call early to arolJ the ru3h, and see I 4 V'V1
Has and Burial will be required, also for such
persons as may die at these In' tLutions.
the Immense dUrlay of Beautiful Crrtatmas
aad New Yean Cards. A cordlil lnvltaUn
la extended to all at
dec 8 1 tve Eook and Music t res
THOSE FAMOUS HORNE O Y8-
TERScanbVaundat the Old Nor ta
SUteFaloon. They are tlie best brought to
thla city. Cigars, Wines, Beer, and old Cleta
cer Wtlsiey, always on hand, csll at tlie
- OLD XQRTilSTATESALOOJi, - ;
dee 1 c souta 1'rcrt Street
Second, For farnh-hlur Medicine for ench
o presTbcd by the
Oat-Door Por as oar 1;
Eupcrlaieadcnt of Ilta Uh.
Third; Vorfurnlshhijf (fcorSnaand Burial for
ucb Out-Door Poor as may be ordered.
Tle Board will jcaorro thc'rltht to re ect
any erall biJs. w '
acc 11 Tt . II A. BAGG, ChsUman
For durable coloring the" walls of
rooms ia bcantifni tints, at little cost
nothiaz ennals tho ZIableikc Eold it
ces, at Jacobjs Hard waro Depots . -i -
in f!!-$ rcsrr