u nnoHabed erery afternoon, SaidAji ex
JOSH. T. J1ME8,
CDITOB AND FSOPRIKTOK.
SUBSCRIPTIONS, POSTAGE PAID.
nn Tear, $5 00 Six months, $2 50 ; Three
months, $1 35 ; One month, 60 cent.
The paper will be delivered by carrier!,
rM of charge, in any part of the'city, at the
bore rates, or 13 cents per week.
Advertising ratea low and liberal
ser-Subacribera will pleaae report any and
,11 failures to receive their papers regularly
BROWN & RODDICK,
45 Market St.
We have just finished taking our annual
b(v.umi of stock, and are now daily receiy
j,- NfcW GOODS from the Northern
Jl okHs, suitable for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE!
ur patrons will study thir best inter--Ls
by making thoir purchases as early in
tl,e Season as convenient, as the general in
.li. iitious of the market have an npwarcl
oy. We have just received ov r
20,000 YARDS BEST CALICO !
PKlCJS J JKNTS.
Vholitale buyers would do well to look
over our ?ock bef re purchasing as wf
,hvh a great uia-'V l'O da we are offering
ir.ud, below 1 IliS TRIDENT MARKET
C.osing out the balance at Greatly Re
due d PriCfS.
riahi, .Strip-d aud Ch iCKed Nainsook
a!u-.1ils. The best value ever offered.
Call and examine.
Linen Lawns from 12i to kO cents.
Our Variety is Large. Our pi ices ARE
LOW. 8c upwards.
flretojine, Torchon and Italian Laces.
We have very much ih Largest assort
ment that has been offered in this city and
our prices either by the yard or piece, can
not be undersold.
Domest ic and Imported Quilts. Our stock
of the above is large. We have marked
none up iu price, preferring to give our
patrons an opportunity to supply their
wants at the old prices
Our present assortment excels anything
we haVii ever shown. . ,
Call and give our stock a look over. Our
Buyer Is in the market at present and we
are receiving many Novelties.
5 and lO Cents
Is situated on the 8 W. corner of Marie
and Second street. and every Steamer t! a
come into this p rt brings a Fresh Lot of
Hie most surpnsinnly ('heap and useful
fo .da that ever were offered iu any mar
ket under any circumstances. We ofler
great indue ments to Wholesale Buyer's.
BROWN & HODDICK,
45 3arl:et Street
OTHER LARGE LOT
WHITE 10 CEXTsO
COLORED 12 CEN1S.
ES- oi out for announcement of Grand
S. H. SPRUN'f,
,ept15 Fchan(re Corner
A Word !
0 PARENTS AND TEACHERS :
Te Cnirerslty Series of Bchool Booki
ere adopted by oar Btate Board of Edaca-
u,n and I hare made arrangementa with the
Publishers for their introduction at Eeduced
intraduction Katta, with the privi egenf
"banifmjj OJ , Book fof them Jhia
tiS wBt wil1 coioe n'J for a ahort
ch? ecilTe jour Books while they are
untieiimreediateiy around Sew Hanr
trCn npphed through me on aame
w tf by the Publisher a.
C. W. YATF8.
Ofllertator and Calinet Hater.
o. 24 South Frnnt 8treet,
WILMINGTON, N. 0.
kein.t. e "rtent of Coffin and Caa
Uon hand- Furniture Repaired
rrlfK!-01." Orders br tele I
LOCAL , NEWS.
S. H. Mamhiho. Sh'ff County land State
Taxes. ' ! j
Tim Lb State Fair.
Oko. F. Tillkt Tennsaee Beef,
P.' HaiHSBiaexa Do Not Forget.
A. A I. 8hbir Thy are Here. ' i
Wood ia scarce and high.
Wii dow Glass-iali siies at Waffer &
Price's! , 1 1 t;
There is no game law against f
Lone serrnousj aie spoken of as clerical
Magisterial circles ar dull as ;au old
hoe to day.
The Almanac said ram yesterday, and
roin - ifc Hiiln't i ' '
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a u av wS
Ford s Juveuile Trouue i nlay in Co)-
of all siz-s at! Jacobi'p
Tne Temp eton's are to play in Raleigh
during Fair WVt-k.
The receipts of c tton at thisj port
day foot up 458 bales..
We regret to learn that! Oapt J. E
Leggett, ofJ.bis eityjj is quit sSck . , .; '
Mixed mathematics Qiverlj a donkey,
engine, to determine its horse power, j
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The true genuine woman causes all to
feel perfectly at ease in! h r presenc .
The maiden with the new parasol al
ways regrets that she can't keep, it up in
Nor. brig Gloria Ommendsen, from
this port, arrived at Trieste 1 on the 26th
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Steamship Tybee Oapt. Tribonf
cleared at New I York for this port on
Scbr. Pvst Bo GottJ for this port!
from Bucksport, Me., was! in Dutch
Island Harbor last Monday. i i
Save your money by buying 5 our Build
j i Supplies from Altaffer &jPrice. f I
The thermometer I regiate 85 degrees
in this office at 3 o'clock this 1 afternoon J
which is high enough for any day in Oc
Some of the old folks tell us that it
never does ram during! the first time days
We will see see what we
An inquisitive young lady asks what
is the most popular jiolbr for a bride? If
we were going to marry, we shoald pre
fer a white one. j j ' j
He had a dowiicast look,1 but it
caused by business cares and vexations.
His wife baa been rusticating and was
ahmih rpr.orn ina linm Jl
A careful political economist close'y
calculates that the women in this rcpntry
might save $14,500,000 in ribbons which
the men might spend
That fjood old custlm of h inorin
newly married couple witha 'laeses can
pull is said to be falling into decay. One
by one the things which make life pleasant
are fading away.
The young lady who educatt-s herself to
peak tin ifoimly k
ud tp her brother wil
find a reciprocal love
will never set the dog
in his breast. He
on jher fellow, nor
tar the front steps on a dark Sunday even
The rice crop on the Caj e Fear is being
rapidly harvested. It is an unusually good
crop and this fact, coupled with tbe fair
priceat which rougk; rice is now sellingj
makes ghd the hearts of the planters.
Nothing removes an Incipient Cold
more quickly and pleasantly than a reua
ble cathartic nedicine, such as that old
and tried remedy, Dr.j j Ball's Baltimore
Pills, used by thousands of families
throughout tne jana. rrice oniy zo cents.
Mr. W. A. Davis, of the Oxford TbrcA
light, will publish a daily issue of that
paper during the approaching session of
tbe North Carolina Baptistj State Conven
tion, which meets in that town on Novem
ber 5th A distinguished divine will edit
tbe issue, which will bo furuishxl 1 1 sub
scriber at 25 cents.
It is no vile dragged stuff, pretending
to be made of wonderful foreign r-xU,
barRs. &c. and puffe l up by long bogus
certificate!, of pretended miraculous cores.
but a sinipld, pure, effective medicine,
made of well known' valuable - remedies,
that furnishes its own certificates, by its
"trv a m. fT ark - . 1
cures we reier 10 nop outers, toe pur
est and best medicines. Exchange. See
another column. -"";,"'
WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER
j ... 1 Tim Lee. .
Persons contemplating risking the
State Fair would do well to I read ami
profit by Tim Lee?s ad in this issue of the
Rkvikw. Be keeps a good house and
can accommodate all of his friends. lie
gives good meals and entire satisfcc ion to
all his patrons. 1
Pull or Years. I
Mr JohD Everett,! father of Dr. S. Sj
Everett, of this, city, died of paralysis at
his residence in Goldaboro, on Wednes
day last, aged 77 years. He was a life
long citizen of Wayne c unty, aud carried
with him to the tomb the affection and
respect of a multitude ol people.
From the Dromutic News we learn
that Norcross' Fifth Avenue Pinafore
Troupe will show in this city on the 81b
aud 9tb insts. We also learn that Mana
ger Powell, of the Richmoud Theatre, is
ruuning J Gilbert snd Professor Wyman
tnrough North and South Carolina. The
Grover's Boarding House, Ford's Opera
Company, I Foy, Sisters, Berger Fanrly
and Sol Smith Rus.-ell are heading this
way .1 1
Strangers in the city should not fail to
visit the Sash Factory, loot of Walnut
street. t ' 1. f
Annnal Session of the Eastern Bau
The Eastern Baptist Associa ion will
hold its annual sessfon at Piney Grove
Church, nine miles from Faisons depot, on
the W. & W. R R., commencing oh Tues
day next, the 9 th inst.
At a called business meeting of .the
First Baptist Church of this pity, held
last night, the pastor, Rev J. b. Taylor,
and Mr. Geo. F. Alderman ware appoint
ed delegates to the Association.
Accident on the W. C- & A. Rail
As the excursion train of colored peo
pie, which arrived here about 1 o'clock
yesterday a.'ternoon from South Carolina,
was passing Nicholls, S. O , a colored
man by the name of Williams, who was
on board, jumped off and his forehead
struck a crosstie, killing him instantly.
His father inslaw resides at Nicholls, and
it was for the purpose of paying him a
visit that j be made the' fatal leap. Wil
liams was identified by his father-in-law
at once. i M
City Court M
The first case on docket this morning
was onej where a little colored girl, by the
name of Catharine Myers, had been as
saulted by a colored boy named George
Larkins, in which the latter struck the
former on the head w ith a glass bottle, in
flicting a gash about an inch In length.
It appeared in the evidence, however, tha1
the two were quarrelling and fightirg at
the time of tbe occurrence. The girl waL
discharged, and the boy sentenced to ten
daya in the city prison.
. A case of drunk and down on the street
was dismissed. '
Richard Atkinson, colored, anested on
suspicion by officer Tietjan, on the corner
of Fourth and Walnut streets, was sen
below for 'a future hearing.
For bar steel, iron aud carriage goods
go to Jacobi's Hardware Depot. J
Ford's Lhildreu in "Pinafore."
Ford's Juvenile 0. era Troupe played
"Pinafore" at the Opera House last evening
to a fair audience. The reuditfoh of the
different characters by the little ladies and
young men were admirable. Too much
cannot be taid iu praise of the youthfu
per formers, as their acting and vocalbm
were simply superb! Miss'Lillie Parslows
Josephine, Miss Wilters' Buttercup and
Miss Myer's ZLoe, were as fine pieces of
acting as we have ever seen in tnese cnar.
act rsi Tbey were Well up in their parts
and their childlike grace gave eclat to their
perform mce. The parts of Corcomn,
Sir Joseph, Ralph, Dick Deadeye and
Boatsicdin were cleverly taken by the male
members ci the troupe. So much pleased
were the community with tbe performance
that had theCompany played here to-night,
standing room in the Opera House would
have been iu demand. A gentleman offered
Manager Watchall three hundred dollars
for the house to-night, if he would1 give
another performance in this city. His en
gagements were such as to compel him to
refuse the offer.
Messrs Geo F. 'lilley and Herman
Hintz have purchased two car loads of
beef ca tie which have just arrived here
from Est Tennessee. The first of it has
been slaughtered, ' and will te found to
morrow cn Mr. Tilley's stalL It is beau
tilul beef and will be appreciated for San-
day dinners. !
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We understand that an invitation J has
been extended to Rev. J. P. King, pastor
of the Second Baptist Church, in this city,
10 hold a series of meetings in Brooklyn
Hall,to begin at an early date. It is not yet
definitely known if he will accept the invi
tation, but there is good reason to beliesre
that be will.
Ton Small rr 11 liu. J
Mr. iThos. H . Hqwey notifies the pu b
lie j i-i this issue that he wiil remain at
histoid stand, finding the store Recently
occiipied ty CapL Jno. H. Allen too sma 1
for his stock. He his a flue lice of goo's
and prop ses to letain his reputatiou ot
selling good goods only. Si e his alver-
i Good Sport.
A subscriber livngj in Holly Shelter
township, Pender county, was in our
office a day or two since, and told us
that he worked in the turpentine woo'Js
thii reason ten d iys and in that time he
killed ten deer, besides doing bis regular
work each day. He did not kill a deer on
each day, but the total killed rnade an
average of one per day for the ten days
Fanny Gore, the Queen of the Hollow,
invaded the Secretary of War Kit Hug
gin's domains, to day and commenced a
war of destruction on thei Secretary's
property,! so it is alleged, and was car
rying the war into Africa sure enough
with violence, when she was arrested and
locked up. The Mayor will interview her
to-morrpw morning at half past nine
The Fire Alarm.
The pre alarm was sounded this after
noon about two o'clock, caused by the
sudden burst out of fire among the cotton
which had been moved from the Com.
press yard to the hill east of the Carolina
Central depot. Eleven hundred bales o
damaged cotton are on the hill knd upon the
shifting of the wind to the Southwest the
smouldering embers were fanned into a
blaze. It wai soon gotten under control
and about sixty watchmen are employed
to keep the fire down. ;
I You'can get the best White Lead, Paints
and Oils, j aud lowest prices! at Jacobi's
! The Second Baptist Church.
The religious exercises which have been
in progress in this Church for some weeks
past have resulted thus far inft)9 acces
sions already, and there are others who
will probably connect themselves with
the Church at an eaHy day. The or
dinance of baptism will be administered
to about 20 candidates, at 3. o'clock! on
Sunday afternojn, at the foot of Queen
street. The pastor. Rev. J. P. 'Kins, wil
attend the Eastern Baptist1 Association
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at Piney Grove Church in Sampson
county, the coming week, during which
time the regular services atithe Church
will be suspended, to be renewed upon his
return. The regular prayer' meetings 0
the Church, however, will be continued
as usual during hiSj absebce
Serious Accident and Marvelous
Escape from Death.
A serious accident befell three ladies
yesterday while driving out late in the
evening. The horse attached to the
phaeton in which the ladies were riding
became frightened and ran rapidly down
Front street, where the vehicle collided
with a heavy truck in frout of Messrs.
Adrian & Vollers' store,, breaking the
straps to the vehiclejwhich luckily re
leased the borse,which sped rapidly away
aud the ladies, Mrs. R. H Grant
and her two daughters, Mrs. J. N.
Hinton and Mrs. Thos. Shepard, were
thrown violently to the ground, Mrs
Grant being badly injured by having her
right arm severely sprained and her
shoulder dislocated. Mrs. Hinton was
very severely bruised. Mrs. Sheperd and
a little girl who was also in the phae
ton escaped injury. Mrs. Grant, the most
injured of the party, we are glad jto learn
ia doing very well, and j Mrs. Hinton,
though severely bruised and cut about
the head and face, is not seriously injured.
It was quite a miraculous escape frcm
The fish market is overstocked now
every day with skip-jack, or blue fish,
as tbey are called elsewhere. You can
lay in a week's supply of fish now at a
comparatively trifling outlay.
All property on which taxes are un
paid wiil be adrertiseJ on the first of No
Yembcr. See Sheriff Manrauji's ad.
3, 1879. NO. 204
The many warm friends in this city of
that courteous gentleman and efficient
officer Maj jj. C. Winder, General Superi
inten3eut of the R deigh & Gaston R. R;
and the Raleigh & Augusta Air Line, will
be pleased to leaf u that he has been re
elected to Ihe same position at a meeting
held in Raleigh on Wednesday, as w
learn froni the Raleigh Observer. I
Game in tut vtoods. '
Game is said to be very plentiful in the
neightorii g country, b'quirrels and rab
bi ts are abundai t and in s rae sections
(leer seem unufu-illy plentiful. There is
a good st ick of adorns and the average if
according to a communicative - friend
of ours who lives on Topsail, thirteen
squirrels to every acorn beariug tree. The
Bauie authority represents the fqairreis
as being so plentiful that, he doesu t waste
powder and Vhot oq them, but goes out
along the fences iof his corn field and
brjngs them down very easily with a big
brush s wiieii aud a -t Ions drawn bow
The best Ainjowsi Doors and Blinds
and Lowest Pricca can be got at Jacobi's
j Mr. Robt. Morrison has started a coal
and wood yard on Wateri between Orange
and Ann streets. 1 i
Coal is selling iu this City , at $5.50 per
ton. , ' - 1 1
State and County
Taxes for 1879,
fpiIE STATE AND COUJiTF TAXES
were due on the first Monday in September.
Notice is hereby irea that all property on
which the Tax -a are unpa d, will ba adver
tised on the 1st of November 1879.
Pay yoar Taxes promptly and eave coita.
S. H. MANNING,
oct 3 2t
Sh'ff New Hanover Co.
To the Public.
LjMWLUJNl THE STORE FORMERLY
L occupied br CintJ John H. Allow
ly too small for my larce atook. T vill r.
rpecuuuy notuy y C8i0raeri and the pub
lic generaiy. that I will re aain mr-linM
s and,' No. 47 North Market street, whei I
propose to ieep a fi e and well aaaorted
etocic or urrs and j SHOES. My Goods
are purchased from Manufa3turer8 who hve
Tne repntatioa ror the best cood in
country, and can
pair sold.. I hve
for H-llincr noiH) Mimw nvi v 5j
- vw wiMJl, BBU Will
eDdeavor to retain tht even jat the risk of
noi selling qare st many goods, but giving
iuuio((cutti n-iisiiit-iKin. ooiicitinjf a oon-
nuujatc ui pasi pairoiiagP, j
I ami Very Respectfully,
ret 3 It j THOJtfAtf H. HOWETi
rpHE FINEST, FATTEST, RICHEST,
Sweetest and B; st Beef of the season w ill be
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tound at my S'all in tl e Market House to
morrow morning. Fresh from the moun
tains of East Tennessee and altogether hard
to beat GEO. F. TILLEY,
cct3 1t PUlj No. 8 Market Hong".
State Fair- . jV
TORS TO THE STATE FAIR ahould
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not fail to ttop at '
TIM LEE'S CLUB ROOMS,
where board can be had on the European
Plan, or otherwiae. My Bar and Billiard
Parlors are the best in tie city a-d my houfe
can ot be turpaaied in the State.
ort 3 tf Raleigh, N. C.
A LL PBSON'8 are hereby cau-
tioned against harboriog or trusting
any of the crew of the Br. Brig "SIQNAL"j
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Capt. Williams, aano debts of their contrac-
tion will be paid by either the Captiin or
Cineignees. ALLX 3PKDA T A SON.
oct 2 3t Conncneea.
JONG AND SHORT PANTS,
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS,
WAST POINT GRAY,
or ililitary Suits, at
MONStVS, THE CLOTHIER
PLEASE 50TICE. 1 L
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We will be f lad to receive eoDmnni- aticaa
from oar friends on any and all tab4ete cti
general iatarest bat : ' i
The name of the writer moat, a ware te far
ftiahed to the Editor !
Conunanieationi moat bf written on oalj
one nae or tne;paper. .
Personalities moat be avoided.
And it ia eepecially and particularly under
u.ai tne ifiditor doea not alwaya endo't
the viewa of correal den ta, nnleee to aU !'
ia the editorial columns. . S . ( ' (
New Advertisements. j
They are Here. 1
Yy E BtQ OF OUR FRIENDS T6 call
and see hi. Our FaUand Winter Stock Is! '
niw arririnjr by every train and iteaierL
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and we have no heaiuUon in pronoancinff It)
the MOST DESIRABLE A 380 RT ME. NT j
of Oenta Oiithlne and Fnrnishinjr Goods ,
ever bi ought to the BUte. It wiU txe pur
two lara:e and handaome stores to hold it all.
Notwithatandinsr the recent advance in the I
Northern markets, we -uaranteej to sell at
LOWER PRIQES THAN EVER BEFORE
Call and see a and we wHI prove! it iyou'
aeot 24 1 !
A. A L 8BB1ER
I Baby Syrup.
pAkKER'S GINGER TON IO, Indian
CholROgue, Ball'a Cough: Syrup, r KluU
Chilli Cure, Ajera Ague Cure and. a com
plete ttock of pure Druara snd MedicinesJlf
F. C. MILLER, i !
I Corner 4th and Ann Btieetl.
Open day aud night. 1
aept 2d tf I '
We Do Not Claim
Jp.VTRONAGE simply because we are
a home enterprise, nor do-we expect it ati
luo :CApwu5 oi any one's pocket; WK
DO CLAIM that we can till any order for -
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Or ai.yt'iing in our line, at as LOw-FiG'
URE&, and as good work and material, t s
can be bought anywhere. Window Gla,
Buildei's Supplies always on hand. . 1
Our new DRY KILN is iu oneration.
and none but the best Lumber is used.
Factory Foot of Walnut atreet. I
Oflice Cor Nutt and Ked Crjaa streets.
sept 29- ' I
Do Not Forget
mUATTUE CHEAPEST PLACE
BUY SCHOOL BOOKS ia at
THE LIVE BOOK STORE.)
I Pianos and Organs,
SOLD ON THE WEEKLY and Month
ly instalment l'lan, at Bottom Pi ices.
Base Balls, Bats and Guide j. , j
Blank Brk and Stationery of every
description, at "
39 and 41 Market
School fori Youna Larlifis.;
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Mhs HART, Principal.(
Assisted by Miss M. B. BROWN.
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Session begiiis Thursday, 2d of Oct V.
Instruction in Girmaw Lawouios and LiT-
aaaToaa by Professor Th. VonJasmomdJ
Drawihq and Painting tancht Mr. F?
H. PaaaLiv. i " j - i i ' '
IssTacMBNTit. Mosic under charce of Mrs.
AL. r. 1 ATLOR. ,
Usdib thb SradAt T'saisiso
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Charges Mode&atb. No extra charge fr
lesaonsin Frbwch Lanocaqi, Vocal Music,
Nkbdlbwork and Calisthenics, i j
For particulars, see Circulars at the Bodk-
stores, or address the I I
aept 16 Mon a Fri-tf PRINCIPAL.
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' WILIGNGTOX. y. C. Mi
F. A. aCflUrTL, Prop.
rpHE COMMIBCIAL, formerly tbe "EM
PIRE B:0U8E",havinn been thoroughly ren-
orated and refitted ia now one of the leadii g
Irat-claM Hotels in -the city. Tbe table, ii
supplied with the beat our home and north.
era markets affords.
Board per Say $2 and $2 60 !
9 Large Sampla Kooms brjjthe Com
A FIrst-ClaM Bar and Billiard Ball
connected with this flnteL i
9- FUEH LUNCH dailv from 11 A. M.
to 12.50 P. M. .
July 1ft- 1
Thof. H. IIcKoy, Uobt H- UcKov
.WILMINGTON, N. a
Office North aide Market street, betwt,
ecoad and Third ftreeta. 1 r I
Harness & Saddles,
onnnAzipg ct covo;
SrdaiopiKit arjIIaiL V i
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS
Art ij uinr ATUtf. . ,
OOR.SE-SIIOK1NO A 8PECIALTTe :