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EDITOR AND PBOPSDBTOB. :
SUBSCRIPTIONS POSTAGE PAID,
one year $4.00. Six months,' $2.04. Three
months, $1-00; One month, 39 cents.
The paper will be delivered by carriers free
of charge, In any part of the city, at the above
rites, or 10 cents per week.
Advertising rates low and liberal.
Tft win b glad t9 rccdre ccsaaxmicaCoa
Cffaftr alts tare tlrol " -
Ta aasaa of t&a writer lanat always ba
eUhedto theKCtor. ,-
CammTnucaGonamuxt hm wriun .o cm
PeraonaCUca mnat b. aToidea v -
And it la especially and particularly cxde
Wood that the Editor does not always endcia
VOL. VIII. W ILMINGTON. N. C. MON DAY. DECEMBER 22. 1884.
the Tlewa of correspondent a&k o ctatt
-Subscribers will report any and all fan
cies to receive their paper regularly.
The Daily Review has the largest
bona -fide circulation, of any newspaper
..uKlished.inthc city of Wilmington.
The Grand Display of
AT ' '.-
Keeps tlic 6tore crowded with Lad es ami
little ones, to iee those handsome Dolls,
Drums, Trumpets, Game3, Tool
Bcxe?, rarlorScts, Furniture,
Britnda and China Dishes,
Writing Tests, Velocipedes, Horses, Wagons,
Dull Carriages, Girls Propeller.?, &c, Ac.
But we have not forgotten our duty to the
oi ler folks as well, nd in this column we
enumerate a few articles especially suitable
for ChriBtmas Gifts to grown folks.
Glance '.your eye over them and see If you
cannot find something that will eult :
Just Think, Ladies extra heavy
Ehick and Colored Hose, full, regular made
for onlyltwenty -Ave cents ;a pair, worth fifty-
Just Think, Ostrich Tip3 at Bixty-tlm-e
ccnt3 a bunch.
Just Thihk. A Lace or Embroidered
Handkerchief for only twonty-Qve cent3.
uu3t llllUA.) a Spanish Lace 1 lchure
worth $2.50 for only one dollar and thirty -nine
Just Think, Bibbon in all colors, No.
9 ad 12, for fancy work, at fifteen cents a
UUSt A. 1111111) A Boy's Polo Cap for
only twenty-five cents
Just Think, A good Muslin Chemise,
finely trimmed, for only fifty c-nts.
Just Think, A beautiful Album,
little soilcJ, former price one dollar, for only
Just Think 5 Of a large Express Wag
on with seat for only one dollar and twenty-
U list A lilim, Children's Worsted
Caps in various colors, for seventy-five cents
Just Think, Fancy Wax Candles and
liaMer, for Christmas fixings, only fifty cents
Just Think, Men's Heavy Merino
Shirt, in all sizes, 40 pr ct. wool, for osly fifty,
Just Think, Gent's Linen Cambric
Colored Bordered Uandkerchiefs.3 for twenty
A Lady's fine Llaen
Handkerchief, plain and colored bordered 3
for fifty cents.
Jnst Think, Extra hoavy, doublo
row, black Chenille Fringes, true value $1.75,
for -only ono dollar and twenty-three cent per
Just Think, Ladies and Children's
Jersey Gloves, ten button length, all colors and
sizss, for only thlrty-ecven cents per pa'r.
Just Think, Tin above, togethef
with a new stock, at equally low prices, of
and a thousand other articles too numerous to
A call will convince you of the above fact at
IIS Market St.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
P. S. JEWELUY at CO per cent, lesa than
Jeweler's prices. We will keep open tint 119
f- M to accommodate the 'public, tintllfur
tuer notice. . . ,L - idee 15
The Philadelphia Ledger is the moat
profitable newspaper Drooertv in
America. Its rimfits ar Si.m onn
at- nur.j. T. I ,
.v,um. oougni me meager
wneu u was losing si.uuo a week.
Lard cheese, which up to a recent
date was the latest adulteration of that
bod, te now rivaled by cheese made
chiefly from cotton seed or hp r,
- I v.
Count Herbert Bismarck will shortly
enter the German foreign office as tern-
porary under secretary, retaining in
u u i. c .
iic mcituuuio m post oi minisier at i
The managers of Lulu Hurst have
rennivPd nnW hv WnV o an:,,,
medium that her wonderlul powers
will be taken Irorn her when sho is
wenty years old.
Experiments at certain school cen
tres of London have proved that a pen.
ny is sufficient to pay all expenses for a
substantial and nutritious dinner for
John Jacob Astor and Miss Cathe'
rine Wolfe, of New York, are co-oper
ating in an effort for the establishment
of a college in Florence, where Ameri
can women can pursue any branch of
Capt. Merry, on of the corporators
of the company which was lormed un
der the Presidency of Gen. Grant to
undertake the Nicaragua Canal, says
that the whole affair slumped when the
Marine National Bank failed, as James
D. Fisk and Grant & Ward were the
trrpfit pnnif.nl isffi who worn frninr fn rrnt
. ... .
The gossip of Washington i3 to the
effect; that Senator Salisbury, of Dull-
ware, made a vow tvventv-four vears
that ho would not uiarrv aaain un-
til another Democratic President was
This bavin" occurred, it is
said Ahat the Senator is looking about
for a new wife with the vigor common
to widowers of long standing.
' The prefecture of police in Paris has
insisted on the models of all the Christ
mas toys being submitted for censor
ship. All models recalling the war in
China were prohibited. Mandarins
and Black Fla'ss were not allowed to ba
caricatured; but a figure of Mahdi was
passed, according to which he is a port-
iy imK.u.muc iwu v-
touched by a spring.
In a lately published account oi
Charles Dickens, he is said to have had
a great disuke to the name oi grand-
father, and to have substituted a sen-
invented term for the use of his grand-
children. 4Vecerables ' was his adopt-
.i . .i.t j... - c i : I
ea name, ana to mis uay suui oi ui
grandchildren speak of him. by his sell.
Dickens had his
cranky notions, like many other eem-
PiHehnror hns mnrfl labor troubles
to the lot and block than any city in the
m. "k-" o i
country. The strike ot the precnption
rriflCJ Wnwprs nromises to be one of the
mnsn stUDDorn. i lie suieia iu
places, it aocs seem mat wuu iuo
is the greatest "protection" to inaus
tires there is the most dissatislaction
among the working classes.
! 7T ' -rw.
if. t now sain mat tne liev. utm
Burchard, who is so widely known on
account of his famous and foolish
"Rum.Romanism and Rebellion" ut-
" " . . . . , ...
a i-- HniArkm -T" rT I MU III
lerance, ia a uuu""1 Wl
w- m 1 . . a rt O n
tsurcnara wno many years ago
effectually suubbed by Aaron Burr
As the story goes, Dr. Burchard was
annoyed because Col. Burr came late
guilty of a criminal offence against the
Almighty, sir, and on the last great
day I shall appear at the bar of God as
your accuser." This was very un
pressive. but Kurr was equal to tne
i. l'ausiog at tne aoor or
.... . -r
.he smilingly said: In thel
course of a large and varied criminal
practice. doctor, I have observed that
the greatest crimnals are always the
first to turn State's evidence." All
the Burchards seem to. have a talent
for fretting into hot water.
lP..a 1,1 hHhfi sHffhfnii idea that
the paragraph published 'in the Home-
rtrmnrni last week, about the removal
ef Gov. Holden's disabilities, would
, ja. r K
nave oucuueu iuo uuuyi v
LU &KlVli:U lit OVJUbUAlUb www. I V 1 I 1 K LUUIUUUUII - - n. 1 ..J ( mAnthl (111(1
Cnmlot? tltn tnrtnr nnhliolv renroveu I c- nnn offpr TOlilPh She Will I 1ftir
J . . . . . I ' - . - . . . Kni-iii ma .md friends arc reencctfully
the offender savine : 1 ou nave Deen rflSme her resuiar business oi towing t. nttpni thft fnnprai from the residence of
miDgton Review and Star, wc certain- case 01 ieauy wu"uuw -Iv
would never have printed it. We had o'clock this afternoon.
rni-rrrtf tpn i hat the Review and Star had
: . i . ii u.-
; i tiij..;
ever opposea tne removal oi uuiwua
disabilities, and did not intend our re-
mark to aDnlv to them or to any other ed -
"M n m m m v- a m iiviib ill vr j m. m mm m 1 1 ka trwm. m a. al.a m m. m v a
meau-hcarted fellows" J
'tc nuu i"r"t -r. :z . .
sented us dariDg the days of recon
siruction. The Star and Review are
generally pretty "toacbous." and while
we shall not bother ourself very
much to please them, wo think we
ou.ht to say that we regret they took
offence at the paragraph mentioned, as
we would not allude to them or any
otner respectable Editor in that way.
vnarloUe mmt and democrat.
xaies explanation is coruiauy
ucccpieu anu wun us now n is as
1 ... -
though the offensive words had never
umier me tjiiy.
Mr. Johnson , 09 Cheapside. London.
jngianu, graces mat mts. ianc inomp-
w i a i - w w m V I
sou travelling on the under ground
runway, wns turown vioienuy, owing
: i -l i . , .
t n a ait el (i an lorl- nnH ranmnnrl a anr'nm
sprain to the arm and wrist. St. Ja-
cobs Oil was applied and it immcdi-
ately cured the stiffness and pain as it
has done in thousands ot similar
INDEX TO HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
D A .Smith 1884
SuiUER Our Platform
F C MIL.LKR Holiday Goods
C W Yates Holiday Goos
Mrs Hate C Wines Millinery
Wr E Spkixgek & Co Hardware
Mns S J Baker Christinas Gootfs
Geo R French & Sons Very Sice
Hkinsbekoeb Christmas Piesentj
Humphrey & Jenkins Oysters, &c
Parker & Taylor The Cold Wave
J W Cosolev Conolcy's Drug Store
Otter eoukg A. Verdict by 20.C0O Teople
Giles & Murciiison Our Holiday Goods
Change of Sailing Days of New Yorjc & Wil-
mmgton steamship Co
For other locals see fourth page.
There was no City Court this morn-
Tneircceipts of cotton at this port to-
, . .
day foot up 357 bales
Tnere has been a remarkable change
in the temperature of the weather since
Mr. D. A. Smith advertises in this
.issue a nice lot of Christmas goods at
his furniture rooms on North Front
There were heavy rains at Smith-
ville yesterday, accompanied by high
winds, but so far as we have learned,
no material damage was done.
Yesterday was a miserably rainy
day, in consequence of which many
Were deterred from attending church.
xntJ suu peepuu ouu uusiuuauy , uuu
did not stay long.
The handsomest line oi coioreu
bordered Handkerchiefs we have eve1
seen, are at .Dyers, ana the prices are
very low. - T
Th snn , manv
f ..q . pl. .mnl:G(1 with
f , . an uni00ked.for emergen-
and as a conseauencc the dravmen
were severely taxed to supply the de,
On Saturday night 9 white tramp.
.. , r. i
accomnTodated. On Sunday
nnn ipn irr nn no- n.r, lqh liusiiu iiuusvj
i . . , 10 , 2 colored tramns
T ? ........ .1-
anniifin au toe bumu iusiiluliuu iui iuc
3ame obj'ect and they also were accom
c. Chauncey, Chauncey's Store, N.
c . DOStai no address, beginning, Dear
mm porrip- d W . Williams. Hildred
I . . -r . r J T?U.;ni Alia
station, . v,; i..a ur u,
Henrietta xyru, uu -
I MjT am B MVk r VU
I . T TT If L! 1 wmr AO
hc steam tug vm. wmuu
burned and sunk about a week ago
nas been raised and was taken down to
tne Marine Railway to-day. where she
vessels about the harbor.
Monroe Byrd, colored, who keeps a
Market street, lost seven
. g frQm a CQOp in the rear o his
I, ' . f 0 vwk- Ust Saturday
uwtcan .iuwui. -
He went tQ thc ..Laborer's
Union Store," and there found two tur-
wfaich fae idcnlified as being a part
nfihnA stolen from him. This led to
wa v - - v ww--
the arrest of a colored man, who had
sold them, and a hearing in the matter
CI r morio at 1 O ClOCK 1' Jl. Af
. . . j
a- wc" ,
I wi T-v TT . 11 I lln nnnnseil firflYiyi
that he bought them of John Beatty,
.1 onlnra. in conseauencc of 1 wuicn
i t- o-rvr iiniiaptppirer a cuuu
I t1-. amrxr nrTi5Pirp.erer a kwu
v-'""-' ' . - .
Sllb5tanttal cook stove is an important
1 0os:ft.nd ftnr readers will. And the
nrse hni ini miirniiii juat.iivia w
S-t nt' Factory prices at J,tSSS&
tt 1 rf t
WE ARE WILLING TO LET YOU
inspection or comparison with goods from any house in this city, and
if oar goods are not superior to all others and at least from
15 TO 25 PER CENT. CHEAPER,
or when our customers are not perfectly
money. We protect our patrons,
tt , v -ni x v
U UUI1 IU1S riailUrni WO IlcbVc DUllfc UU UUf XiUUrillUUtS
THE LARGEST RETAIL CLOTHING RUSINESS IN THIS CITY !
We do not wonder at the daily increase pf our trade. People soon
find out where they can save a dollar. We can convince
you of the lact that we can give better value for
your money than you can find elsewhere !
Why is it ? Simply because we give you
ask you to pay for what you
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
114 MARKET ST.,
The German Baud.
The members of the German band,
which is being organized by the How
ard Relief Fire Engine Company, will
hold a meeting at the Engine Hall to-
lllgui, uuu win bu&c auiiuu ujuu t-LiKs
AAnclitntlnn nr1 hv.lnnra wllioll im tn
, 4 . f ,. .
be presented for consideration by the
committee appointed to draft them.
They will also elect officers ior the en-
suing year and will appoint a committee
to select and purchase tne necessary
instruments for the members.
The meeting of the Magistrates ot
New Hanover count v. called to assem-
ble at the Court House at 10.30 o'clock
this forenoon, was attended by only 18
of the entire number. As the presence
of 22 magistrates were required to con
stitute a quorum, no business was
transacted and the meeting adjourned.
Lp. - t PMin snmft fnf
. which will probably bo on the
first Monday in January 1885.
R , veeri the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock
this morning, Capt. J. M. McGowau,
wa8 awok0 by-some one on his piazza
trvinir evidently to break into the
house. Hearing the noise, Capt. Mc
Gowan started, pistol in hand, to in
. . .
vite the intruder to vacate the premises,
but he fell over a chair, the noise of
which caused the dog to bark and the
would-be burglar left. An examina
tion of the premises showed that the
blind to one of the windows had been
i . .. - i . 1 .
when so much bad been accomplished
the intruder was ingntenea away
the intruder was frightened away.
This makes the second attempt to bur-
glarize Capt. McGowan's residence
within the last ten days.
Qnly two more days lor the school
children and then will come the vaca-
tion for the Christmas holidays, wnicb
will continue until Monday, Jan, 5tb,
The prettiest sieht in the world is a
pretty woman's toot m a Jersey j.uy
hoot, and since Dr. Bull's Cough Sy-
I " "
rnn nnrm alt sorts Of colds a 1 women
can wear them.
oaTMANK-in thiscity to-day. Dec 22, issi.
parent, corner Fifth and Trincess streets, to-
NEW ADVERTISES! EBTTS;
"DEAUriFUL and uskful cu kim
Presents m Millinery and Taney Goods at
MES. KATE C WINE'd,
No. 119 North Second St
dec 22 lw
kF ALL. KINDS AND IN ANY QUANTI
.V wins.! 4H PoIaII t ROCK B'JTTOH
I .V. uuiv-'.'v . .
prices. w. el smrNGi
n 21 m 3 Market Street.
dec 22 wummpon,
i n -
Unireciive on Tuesday ana ea
UftdaT'100 Gallons Oy tera for ClrUtaaa
m A m mm-M j &
NEW AD VEltTISEMENTS,
TAKE ANY GOODS HOME FOR
satisfied we will cheerlully relund the
good judges and roor judges alike.
r i . -ri
honest goods at fair prices and only
get. No nonsense of any kind.
The Cold Wave
AS BEEN WORKING UP OUR CUS
tomers to the Importance of a STOVE, 'and
out they go. More left. No time to write
PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. dec 22
Our Holiday Goods
i RE NOW OPEN. AND OUR LADY
friends are invited to criticise our aelections.
GILES & MURCIIISON,
dec 22 33 & 40 Murchlson Block
AT HOTEL BRUNSWICK PAVILION AT
Smlthville, N. C, on Tuesday Evening,
Dec. 23d Inst. l ancing begins at .3U snarp
Music hv Italian Strlnir band. Supper 50 cts
at Hotel, atmr. Louise leaves Wilmington at
ami p ixi.. iciiirning reiycn uuuinuia ak t
.A . 1 O .lU( 11h n. T M
m. Admission uents l.
J. H. Jones. Ed. F Davis, Sam. 8. Drew
Committee. dec 2t it
OXFORD, N. C.
A CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND
Scientific Academy with Military organization
Thc Snrlnz Term of 1SS5 will begin the sec
ond Monday, the 12th day of January.
An ample corpB of able instructors Is pro
vided and thc school Is thoroughly equipped
for efficient work.
Terms for loard and tuition, the same as
heretofore. Send for Catalogue.
Oxford, N. C, Dec. 22, lfiSL
dec 22 2aw3w
MONG THE VERY MANY CHRISTMAS
Presents not mentioned yet, are a large and
fine selection of MUSIC BOXES, from $L75
to $85 ALL NEW; Prayer Books antl Hymn
Books for all the Churches, Family Bibles,
Diaries for 1SS5, and many other Presents.
The largest and finest selection of CHRIST
MAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS In the city.
can be found at most reasonable prices at
live Book and Music Stores
jyjRS. S. J. BAKER CALLS ATTENTION
to a well selected stock of
just received and they will be sold at thc low
est priccj. Persons wishing to purchase will
please call and examine the han-lsomc Toys
She has also a very handsome stock of MUlin.
eryGcods. MRS. S. J. BAKER,
des 22 122 Market St.
Conoley's Drag Store.
216 MAIiKET STREET.
OR HOLIDAY PRESENTS CALL AT
my stjre, I have a full supply and poHleclcTks
to wait upon customer.
MY CHRISTMAS COLOGNE Is far ahead
of i ny that I have offered yet
MY TOYS are aU imported and I sell them
at low prices.
Drugs and Patent Medicines as low as the
""5" - -
lowest Cigars, Cigarette, Ac
J. W. CONOLEr.
T. 8.-A large lot of FANCY CARDS for
Children, to bt given away.
J. W. CONOLEY.
A Verdict by 20.000 People!
WlLfAIMGTOM'S POPULATION DECIDE IN
OIliEBOU the" iisG-moiniER I
GOOD JURY WILL,. WITH A FAIR
understanding of their case, render' a GOOD
verdict. Thus it Is tht with a thorough
knowledge of men. and with eyes f nllv opened
to self Interest, the masses ot Wilmington
tne people who wear COATS. PAN16 and
VEST3 have whh one common asrent, voted
0 1TEBBOURG the leader la the Clothing busi
ness in tWls cltr, which means that he carries
THE LARGKsT STOCK to select from,
THE MOST STYLISH tsTOCK to telet from,
THE REST MADE STOCK to telect 1rcna
And THE CHEAPEST STUCK to select from :
OTTERBOUUG. therefore, krtowlog full
well the real conndenee Imposed in him. has .
determine! to REDOUBLE y.ll his ircvlcui
efforts, by showing RIGHT NOW subsUntlal
appreciation for the kind patronage hereto -
lore given nun., -
Christmas Week Redcctioxs. rjar
Cbildrns Melton Ov'c's, worth $2 Stnow fl.CO
Reversible , " - i s.oo oto
12 00 " 8.f 0
17.t0 - I2.t0
S0.C0 ' 1G.C0
: ' &c. Ac
Red and White FUnnel Underwear at coat
Elegant lice of Nockwear, Susijcndera ad
Furnishings a Gicatly Keduced Prices.
Call or eon 1 orders to
dec 22 Wilmington, N C
New York & Wilmington
FROM PIER 34, EAST RIVER, NEW YORK
At 3 o'clock, ,P. M. '
BENEFACTOR .........Saturday, Dec 27
" 1SS5 .
REGULATOR.. .............Saturday, Jau 3
BSNE FACTOR ..Saturday, Jan 10
REGULATOR Saturday, Jan 17
FROM WILMINGTON : -
REGULATOR. .......Saturday, Dec 27
- " ' 1685
BENEFACTOR........; Saturday, Jan 3
REGULATOR.. .....Saturday, Jan 10
BENEFACTOR.. Saturday, Jau 17
Jtsr Through Bins Lading and Lowest
Through Rates guaranteed to and from Points
In North and South Carolina.
For Freight or Passage apply to
H. G. 8 MALL BONES, Superintendent,
Wilmington, N. C
THEO. G. EGER, Freight Agent,
WM. P. CLYDE CO.. nra) Aceatr,
35 Broadway, New York,
dec 22 tf . ; - j. .
AT I) A. SMITH'S
Can be found a large assortment of ;
, suitable for everybody. . V
The public, and especially the ladles, ate
respectfully Invited to call and examine
prices, Ac. t
D. A. SMITH.
Furniture Dealer, N. Front Street
jpOR CHBIST3I AS PRESENTS, a pretty
pair of Shoes for wife, a nice Slipper for pa, a
neat little Shoe for baby. We can famish
every style and show great variety, and prices
very reasonable. Call la and make selection
Geo. 11. French & Sonsj
t. , - . .
103 NORTH FRONT STRXET-
dec 22 ;
S. H. Trimble,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER
and Auctioneer of General Merchandise ot
every description. Office corner Princess and
Water streets. Cronly A Morrlss old stand.
Personal attention given to sah) of hones and
vehicles at private sale or at auction. Con-.-slgnmcnta
solicited. CETD W. DAVIS, -sept
22 -Anctloneer. -
fJtHOSB FAMOUS 1IORNE OYS-vfJj
TEES can be found at the OMNort uJj y
State Paloon. They arc the best brought to
thiscity. cigars, WInea, Beer, and old Clem
mer Whiskey, always on hand. Call at the -
OLD NORTH STATE 8ALOOS, s
dec 1 ft South Front Street.