u faHbl every afternoon, Smadaym
;0sn. T. JAMBS,
1 (illiua -
.UBSCRIFTION8. POSTAGE PAID.
er $& 00 Six months, $1M ; Three
" .oaths, $1 M ; One month, W cents,
-v. Dper will be delivered by carriers,
. of ebarge, m
4boT rate., or 13 cent, per -nL
.dT.rUsiiMrraUs tow and liberal
sj-Subicribers will pleaae report ay and
jl failure, to reeeiTe their papers regularly.
30VW & RODDICK
45 Market SL
We haw finished taking our annual
untof sieck, aud are now d illy rec- iv
. , NEW GOlS fioin lbe Northern
Surkets, suitable for the
FALL AXii WINTER TISAIK !
tur patrons will study their best inter
riti b? makiuir their purchas a as early in
the Season as couvetiient,as the gewrl in.
iicationsoftbe market have an upward
irtHlei cy. W have just rect-ived ov r
20,000 YARDS BEST CALICO !
' I'KiCK o ;knts.
Wholesale buyers would do well to l.ok
ftt(r 0Ur ?tock before purchasing as we
,, . groat many go ds we are olfrnug
Coding oat the balance " at Greatly U-
Plain Striped and IChecJceJ Nai do..k
Alullius. The best value ever ottered.
Call and examine.
Liuen Lawns from 12 1 to i.0 cent .
iur Variety is Large. Our pi ices AKE
LOW. 8c upwards.
Uretonue, Torchon and Italian Laces.
We have very much the Largest assort
ment that has been oflered in tbia city and
our pnces. either by the jard or piece, can
not be undersold.
Domestic and Imported Quilts. Our stock
of the above is large. We have marked
none up in prioe, preferring to give our
patrons an ODDortunitv to supply their
wants at the old prices
Oar present assortment excels anything
Call and give our stock: a Jook over. Our
Bayer Is in the market at present and we
Band lO Gents
Is situated on the S. W. corner of Market
and Second streets .and every Steamer that
comes into this port Things a Fresh Lot of
uw mosi surpiisingiy-uneap anu u serai
Goods that ever were offered iu any mar
ket under any circumstances. We offer
great inducements to Wholesale Buyers.
45 Market Street
5 CEBITS lO
A HEW AND ELEGANT
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
Of Tarioas kinds and styles andodescriptiona
Boston 5 andillG Cents
ru .tttx TWU Ulld
lt purpose of keeping -the stock re
fUWed aid thoroughly up to the mark.
No Such Variety !
AT SUCH PRICES !
a" Tar before bees offered la Wilmington.
CALL AT ONCE !
ASDMAKE YOUR 8 ELECTIONS
Aldl get. wonierfulhargaini at he
Boston 5 and 10 Cents
41 N. Front Street.
QUANTITY OF OLD NEWSPAPERS
LnIplB' of,wed for sale cheap at the
Pt 4 DAILY EKYIKW OFPICK
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L JdL Joj
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P. Biiiiiii i Capital Case.1
Hall A I kirsill Sod, (Potash A L; e.
Uao. F. Tillst ilounta n Beef.
F. If. Mooaa Notice.
8. Hakstiis, Chm'n Taraelitea.
tpiBA Boxjie Adah Richmond.
Alm. f .esT A 8oir Ship No.icei
A. A 1. 8aaia-j-Beit8t' Ck. ,
Altifp a A' PaicK We Do Not Claim.
Mosfen Everv W"ek.j! ,
Wbtfn lijthlnitu'beinsjto pLiy it raiciei
The nJw.inMu w
Ml ! e visible this af-
Haven t s'-eu
A new rcsq of delicate tint
eutited "finger-'tips. " '
The barque Eehptic, Johaj!ue:i, heuce
arrived at Kia Sept. ,23th.
Wy high ti le Hera t
iMHuce ol pcetit easterly winds.
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Save your money by buyiu-; jour Uuild
in;, Supplies fipm 4ltafi"er 4s Price. f
The schooner if. A. Fotsom. Rose, for
this port, sail; J from Belfast, Ale. J on the
7th ins. :j I
In this eflico to-day, at 2, o clock, the
t'ler nome'er wasVlthin a fraction of 84
degrees. 1 '! 1 J )
We follow the wor.a in approving
others, tut we go. before it in approving
ourselves. I 1
lien. M. V. laylor s tho correffpon
dent and ageut in this, city of tho Raleigh
Travelers havo noticed that their ap
petites are bes at stati
oos where there is
least to eat.
The prcsencej i tDe motoer where, a
young man calls to see bis sweetheart mars
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Truth Is the jmost powerful thing in
the world since fiction can only ploase us
by its resemblance to it.
The dews now are so heavy that in the
early morning it appears
had rained overnight. '
as though it
Wjcdow Qlais all
Price's. ' i I 'i -J--
sizes at iltafler &
r ' k
It is not what a man owes that breaks
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him down. It is what he is obliged to
pay that mikes him! feel bad.
The wind lhas got around from the
East to the South. Hope it will be North
or Northwest before morning.
Don't despise the small talon tsj they
are needed as well as the great ones. A
candle is sometimes as useful aa the sun.
The greatest evils in life have had their
rise fiom something which was thought
to be of too little importance to be attend
ed to. I i ; '
The storm signal is1 net displayed thii
morning, from which' wo infer! that the
cyclone billed to
us the go-by.
appear here has given
We are not certain, but we think that
it Is against the religion of some, people; to
subscribe for. newspapers. They had
rather borrow. I ! '
There was a big slaughter of coots last
night. They were plentiful on the streets
this morning and the fattest of them sol
for 25 cents a dozen. I j
The barque Ella Moor?, Brf) MUhncr,
from Liverpool for Smithvllle, N. C,
(probably for this port) was 'spoken Sept.
28tb, in lat. 42. Ion 16. h
Tbere is a great deal of unmapped
country within ns which- would nave to
be taken into account ,in an . explanation
of our gusts and storms.
D. Q. Owens, PruggUt, Altoona a.,
writes: "Dr. Bull's Baby Syrop has a
wonderful reputation;! the demand for it
is really astonishing. Mothers willj have
no other. It is destined to supersede all
other Soothing Syrups. J
One of the greatest hardships experi
enced by thojje' pioqs peop!e whose;
crimes are detected j is I that public senti
ment won't allow them to serve
: ' I ill
Office of the Chief Signal Officer,
Washington, D. a, Oct. 1 17, 1879,
- For the South Atlantic Sutea south
east t soylbwest winds,1 witl partly
cloudy weather, and local rains, slight
changes in temperature and ' barometer.
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WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER
'. CI y Court. 1
Kichard lilaultsby, charged uith disor
derlv conduct, whose case wat continued
from yesterday, was this morning dis
charged by tho Mayor, his s'sf'-rs nnl
his cousins, and his aunts together with
his mother-in-law having decide. n t to
appear against him. This wasr nil the
Mayer had to do this moruiuti.
1 Magistrate's Court. i
Freeman Murray swore out a peace
warrant against Wm Davis, ani tL
defendant was cited to appear before Jus
tice Hall for trial at 10 o'clock tl-.io morn
ing. The result ot the trial is thtt Wm
Freeman, the prosecutor, is in Jul for
failing to pay the costs of the case, while
Wm Davis, the defendant, is free as the
air, attending to Lis own business Moral,
be sure you are right, as Divy Crockett
would say, and then go ahead.
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An Internal Improvement meetiog was
held in Pender some time ago. Ths Secre
tary, Mr. R. M. Scott, has addressed us a
lotig communication on the subject. The
proceedings were never received at this
office, so far as we can learn, atd we havo
never seen them iu any paper.
Tho proceedings were published in tho
Review at the time, but of course tho
Editor of the Star didn't see them.
Furthermore, one of the Editors of the
RevjiSw, in accordance with a request
preferred by the Committee, handed tho
proceedings to Mr. Kingsbury in person
and that gentleman declined to receive
and publish them. ! j
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The best Windows, Doors aud Blinds
and Lowest Prices can be got at Jacocx's
Hardware Depot, J
i i Ordered to Ualtliuore. I
We are truly sorry to learn that
R. Be j-both, who has for so long been iu
charge of the Signal Service at Smith
ville, is to be removed, though some freak
of the War Department,, to Baltimore
He js to be relieved by Mr. Will. T
Boyd, from Portland, Me., who is
pected here to night and will probably
go down the river toouorrow. Mr. Sey-
both expects to leave Smithville on Mon
day for his new pest of duty. He mar
ried, it will be remembered, a Wilming
ton lady, and we have not learned whether
his family will accompany him just yet.
Mr. Seyboth is a faithful officer and
has fairly earned th esteem, and con fi
dence of the people among whom ho has
lately resided, who will greatly regret to
learn that he haa been ordered away.
Strangers in the city should not fail to
visit the Sash Factory, foot of Walnut
street. i j f
LippincoU's Magazine for November
is equal to any of its predecessors in rich
ness and variety of interest. 'Later
Pompelan Pays the concluding paper
of 'Rambles of Three' by Margaret
Bertha Wright, is very amusing and cap
itaily illustrated. The fifth chapter of
Dr. Oswald's 'Summer land Sketches
describe! the Sierra Mad re, and gives an
entertaining glimpse of conyenMift in
the mountainous region of Mexico. An
article on Lead ville, also well illustrated,
will command attention. 'Where the
Beef Comes From1 ia the title of a timely
and interesting paper on cattle-breeding
in Texas and Colorado. Dr. Alfred S.
Gibbs has a lively paper on Goethe's
mother. Ci tali Seton describes the or
ganization and workings of the j 'Secret
Societies of Southern Italy 'The Bicy
cle, and Ridtng It by J. Wilcox, indi
cates the inyentiens that have led to this
new process of locomotion, and J. Brander
Matthews discusses Sheridan's 'Critic
Among the stories in the number may be
metioned 'A Slight Misunderstanding,
a character sketch by Philip Bourke
Marston, and the first part of a very
agreeably-written little tale, entitled
Aimee which, like 'Daisy Miller deals
with the life of a young I American girl
abroad. The 'Monthly Gossip' treats of
'Fall Shopping 'Emile Zjla and the
Prince Imperial and other appropriate
You can get the best White Lead, Paints
and Oils, and lowest prices at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot, j f
Our syttem cf thought is often only
the history of our heart; Men do not
so much will according to their reason as
reason according to their will.
i An important meeting of the congrega
tion of the Temple of Israel is called by
Mr. Qansteinf Chairman of the School
Committee, to be ' held in the Vestry
Rooms of the Temple on Sunday evening.
Important Meeting at the Produce
l xchanjre. '
A meeting was held at the J Produce
Exchange this mcruiug at the iustance
of Mr. R. E. Calder, Vice-President,
who issued the call upon the request of
Alderman Foa'er for the purpose1 of con
sidering certain matters relative to the
establishment of an oppoMtion telegraph
line to this city. i
Upon taking the chair, Mr. Calder re
quested Mr. Foier to' give the meeting
the bentfitof the information he was in
possession of in regard to, the proposed
new telegraph Hue, whereupon Mr. Foster
stated to the meeting that during a recent
visit to New York he bad hld communi
cation in person with Mr. D II. Bites,
President of the American Union Tele
graph Company, for the determined pur
pose of seeking the establishment to this
city of a rival line to the Western Union
Telegraph Company, and that after this
interview ho had received a written com
munication from Mi. B iied upon thio
subject, which Ir Foster then produced
and read. , Wnereuu m the following
resolution was oflered. aud unanimously
adopted ; . 1 i
IZcsolvccl, That the Chairman of this
meeting be requested to ask Alderman
Foster to communicate with the presi
dent of the American Union Telegraph
Company, and to request that official to
make a proposition in, writing to the
citizens of Wilmington in regard to the
establishment of a new telegraph line to
this city. j i
The mover of the resolution then stated
that he felt assured that if the American
Union Company would agrej to carry out
a favorable proposition like the one out
lined in President Bates' letter to Mr.
Foster, there was'nt a doubt of itssuccess,
and that it would 'meet with the hearty
approval of the citizens generally and the
commercial community especially.
A map was suspended on the wall to
show the lines and routes already estab
lished by the American Union, as well as
the proposed routes that are to be estab
lished, some of which are to be completed
by the first of December, and others in
1880. The line to this city, it is asserted,
it a satisfactory agreement is entered in
to between the parties concerned, will be
completed by the 1st of February, 1880
The meeting after some little further in
formal discugsion, upon motion, adjourn
ed. , V -'' i!
Competition is the life of trade, and if
the Western Union, which has a pretty
stiff back bone, is forced to tight Jay
Gould, who is' said to be at the head
of the American Union Telegraph. Com pany
and who it is also said, I is
pretty stiff in the spinal column., there
will be lively times, we imagine,and "the
ftr will fly" and the greenbacks be scat
tered around loose we hone so mote it
De, say we.
Oa Monday evening next, as will be
seen f by reference to the advertising
columns in this issue of the Review, the
Adah -Richmond troupe will appear at
the Opera House in this city with the
Comic Opera Fatinitza. The 'play repre
sents scenes on the Danube and was
written by a Russian composer and author.
Tho piece is new tou3, although it has
had quite an extended run in Northern
cities. We have seen very favorable
comments upon its merits in the Northern
press, and universal praise for the manner
in which it is rendered by the Adah
Richmond troupe. Where the praise is
o high it is safe I to presume that the
members of the troupe are performers ! of
no mean ability, and we doubt not that a
full house will appreciate both the music
and the actinz on Monday night. The
following from the Richmond State will
give oni readers some idea of its reception
"down South" :
"Last nisht Miss Adah Richmond and
her Comic Opera Company presented
before a very large and fashionable audi
ence, Von Suppe s new Russian Opera of
T . I
c aiinuza, and no greater praise can De
bestowed than to state that the expecta
tions of all present were more than real
ized. Mies Richmond, in her dual
character of Vladimir and Fatinitzi,
acquitted herself with great credit. ! She
ia a pleasing, graceful person,, vivacious
and spirited enough in her .acting, and
free from the suggestiveness which mars
the performance of, the I maiority of
Star bouUe singers. There was at no
time the slightest approach to coarseness
nd vulgarity. Miss Richmond' voice,
albeit something of a contralto, is rich and
flexible and strong. It ia under fine, con
trol. In the concerted sons In the harem
she sustained Lrself quite well and de
monstrated her claims to be considered
an accomplished lyrio artiste. We lean-
not, owing, to tha crowded state of our
colr4mn4, mention the other members of
17, 1879. 1 NO. 216
the company m detail, for they were all
superlatively excellent, and all should be
perfectly satisfied with the enthusiastic
applause they received. The company is
Crst c aps, and worthy of a most generous
i A General Want. i
Editor Review: I i
There are perhaps fiw hundred famN
lies in this community who are obliged by
force of circumitancea to depend upon
unreliable, faithless, or stupid servants
for their daily marketing. Within a
year past there ias been a marked and
gratifying improvement in the facilities
and accooimodatlon offered by our city
groceries, but dealers in fresh meats,
poultry, vegetables fcc, for which there
is a daily unceasing demand, are still far
behiujd the age ia tho management of this
I think that housekeepers generally jWill
ju-tain ma in the assertion that there
never was, perhaps, a better opening for a
mark- ting supply store in charge of a re
sponsible, experienced, person, than is at
present offered in Wilmington. There are
butchers' s'nlH ami luchtirs shops, it is
tru . L. . I'. ; . iii i :s e oiF red to dainty
or 1 4&!i ii -i. ss. iiou ke Hiis, who cannot
apply !. iu iii; eajy morning ' for choice
cuts or special orders. There arc
green grocers,1 also, and there , are
dealers in poultry and eggs, but their
supplies are oftentimes unequal, insuf
ficient or inferior. I repeat, that a com
bination of such supplies with sufficient
means, and the energy and enterprise
displayed by our city grocers, would
prove a boon to the community and a
most profitable investment to its projec
tor i. I venture to say that a responsible
soliciting agsnt for the supplying at the
b nyer's doorsof these daily necessities, at
reasonable pripes, would meet with hearty
encouragement; and that iu less
than twelve niontbs, under proper direc
tion and management, would be regarded
by our most respectable citizens and
families as altogether indispensable. I
I I Uousewife.
Window Glass of all sizes at Jacobi's
Hardware Depit. ,
important to me Afflicted.
We would advise ajll who may need the
advice of a physician,! to either call -or
write to Dr. Robertson,1 10, So. Eutaw St.,
Baltimore, Md., who from 15 years expe
rience in Hospital and Special Practice,
guarantees a cure in all diseases of the
Urinary Organ and of the Nervous Sys
tem, Organic and Seminal Weakness, Im
potency (loss of sexual power), Nervous
Debility and trembling, Palpitation of the
Heart, dimness of sight or giddiness, Noc
turnal Emissions, &c, 11 resulting from
abuses iu youth, br excesses in manhood ;
also all skin and blood diseases quickly
cured. DrJ R. is a graduate of one of the
oldest aud best medical echools in this
country cUciversity of (Maryland), and re
fers to the leading physicians in his citv.and
all consulting him oan rely upon honorable
and confidential treatment. In writing
enclose stamp for reply. Special attention
given to all lemale complaints. Good ac
commodations for all wishing to call and
3ee him. Medicine sent to any address. f
For bar steel; ironVnd carriage good?,
go to JacobI'S Hardware Depot. J
It is no vile drugged stuff,1 pretending
to be made cf wonderful foreign roots,
barks, &c, and puffed up by long bogus
certificates of pretended miraculous cures,
but a simple, pure, effective medicine,
made of well known valuable remedies,
that furnishes its own certificates by its
cures. We refer to Hop Bitters, the pur
est and best medicines. Exchange. See
In Chicago, 111., October 13, MARGARET
BLANCHE, daughter of Edward T. acd
Minnie B. Martin, aged 19 months. I
. Ship Notice.
LL PB80ATS are hereby cau
tioned against harboring or trusting
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any of the crew of the Br. Barquentins BES-
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OLTJTE, Capt.Lawrecce. as no debts of their
contraction will be paid by either the Cap
tain or Comsignees. I
ALEX SPRUJiT A SON,
oct 17-lt I
mO MY CUSTOMERS and the public
X erenerally. I wul offer to-morrow morn
In gtf or Saturday's market, tome of the pret
tiest Heel or tne season, just received from
the Mountains of Western Worth Carolina.
Orders respectfully solicited. !
GEO. F.' TILLS Y,
No. 8 Market House.
THE ENTIRE CONGREGATION 'Tem
pie of Israel", Ladies and Gentlemen,
Members and Seathcldert, are hereby cor
dially requested to attend an urgent Meetiajr,
at the Yestrr Rooms of the Temple, on Sun
day, at 74 1 P. M., when business of para
mount importance to the existence of our
Reliffious School System will be discussed
and acted on.
8. HA58TEIN, Ch'n,
HAVE BEEN RECENTLY informed
that some woman has bees taking up Goods
oq my credit and passing herself off as my
wire. U neo is tne fact, 1 take this method
of informing the public that I am a single
man, and tae perto aa im potter and a fraud.
octiKt i Jr. luuouar.
i PLEABE ffOTICE.
We will be glad to receive eommnnlcaUors
from our friends on any and all mbjectj'ol
The name of the wrlter'must: always be f i
aiahed to the Editor. j 1 p
CommtmieaUons mst be written! oi only
one side of thejaper. ' ' ' ' s ! '
Personalities must be avoided. j 1 1 ,
And it is especially and p articular launder
Btcod that the Editor does not always Indo a 1
the views of correspondents, wiles so state n
in the editorial columns. . 1, 1
OR ERA HOUSE.
Monday and Ineadayy Oct- 20, jl1.1
Aflah Riclmond's '.Comic Operi Co.,
, Full Chorus and Orchest, .
Hetdedby tbeyounj: and bonntiM h -iican
Prima Donna, Mesio Sn;-Aro i.i?v
Miss Adah i - inonl,
1 Supported by tie 1 reit and inbst i j
complete Comic Opera Tioupe in America.
The 'atest musical success, the romantics
Opera, ,- - i ,
produced ia the same magnificent style as !at
the New York lifih Avenue Theatre. ,
TUESDAY, OCT. 21, , '
Chimes of Normandy.'1
Box plan for securing preferred places, at
dramaUc prices, now open at Heinsberger's
Bookstore. 1 ? (
Admission to Parquette and Dress Circle
51. No extra charge for Reserved Seats.
0CM7-4t . - P, -,
Sod?, Totash and Lye.
t) (J uoxesi-UARB SODA, Sfl-Ibs etch.
Boxes Eal o;a,
5Q Boxes Potash,
Boxei Ball Potash,
JOO Boxel Concentrated Lye,
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ah iuu weignt and warranted pure.
. Call on , I ' I
Hall A Pearsall.
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A Capital Case,
FILLED WITH THE HANDSOMEST!
assortment of Presentation Good ever
brought to this city.
Also, the most attractive collection of Bus
eia Goods, all New and Beautiful Styles.
Call and see them at the ! h'
, LIVE BOOK STORE. ,
The New Pianos!
ARE BEAUTIFUL lo look at,deHehtful
ito hear, pleasant to touch, and ierSrfi41
Keeuio io nave. Ana ur I so CheaD I
33 and i 1 Market St
yE GET SOMETHING NEwi
week we offer some very handsome
Call and eeleet while the stock is fall.
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MUNSON. THE HLOTntKR
on 16- AND MER. TAILOB
(Mew Hat Store.
r HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE
JL North with a large and well selected stock
of Men's, Youth's, Boys'- and Children
Hats and Caps of the latest styles.! I bought
my stoek when they were at the lowest and
boueht for the CASH. My expenses are
small and I propose to fell at very small
profits. I invite all who wLh Hats to call
and examine my stock befire purchasing, I if
they wish to save money. S I
no trouble to 8h0w goods.
! John m. robinson j,
"oct 15-ly No. 6 North Front stJ I
The Best Stock.
rpHE BE8T 8T0CK, AND THE Cheapeflt
8tock,of Gents', Youth's and Boys7 Clothing
and Furniehing Good?, ever displayed ia this
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city, la offered now -at remarkably ' close
We offdr to the trade an u&usuallj attrac
tive stock to select from.
We will not be
anderiold by anybody, Nor
th orSouti). j
A. A I. SHRIER,
THEY ARE GOOD
now. Another lnital-
ment just received this moralag. Iff cold
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enough sow for hot Whiskey and fat Oysters,
F. ee Lunch every day at 11 o'clock.
sept 26 J - JOHN CARROLL.
Repaired neatly and' promptly, by
1 i J. L. WINNER.
Noi 3 South Front street, Wilmington. V, C.
Ofer twenty years' experience. Give me a
triaL i oct 11
THE FIRM OF LEMMZRMAK A CONEY
ha rin a: beeadiaaolred bv mutual consent.
deundersigned begs to announce that he will j
continue the Lightering Basinets, In. all- in ,
Branches. Cotton. Natal Store. Lumber.
Ac. transported with direateb. dar and J
nuns, uontracu maae at lowestpouihle
i ates. Office, north eofsi of Ball A Pear-i
tail's ware Mouse South Water street. !
oct li iwj 11. T. JL1UIURMAN;