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JOSH T. JAMTO,
.raSCRlPTiONS POSTAGE FAIl
of rfT n4.. SU month. $J.CO. Three
ft paper will bo delivered by carrier free j
rJur Ia B7 Part rt y. bOTe
Arretiigratclow and liberal. j
jobiberswlU report any and all fall-;-
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The Daily Kcview has the largest
fidt circulation, of any newspaper
Polished, in the city of If ilmingum.
CITY DEMOCRATIC TICKET
iXR-T10N, THURSDAY, MARCH 22.
c;. J. BONKV,
K. D. IIA1.L.
JOHN I. PUDLET.
SAMUEL, BEAR, Jn.
W. la. DxKO&SET.
Corn Is knee high.in Hernandocoun
Gen. Grants bearded phiz will orna
ment the two-cent postago stamp. Ap
propriate; The present cotton crop of Texas - i
estimated at 1,300,000 bales. This is
tho largest crop Texas has erer produc
ed. Miss Ioaisa Evarts, the daughter of
the i.Seretary of State, will be mar
ried in Hew York on April 3rd to Dr.
Charles Davis Scudder.
It Is rumored in Washington that
Secrstary Folger will succeed Allundi
Joe Bradley on the Supreme bench,
Bradley beiog in failing health.
Our Cousin of Wales has written do
dining tbe invitation to visit tho Cotton
imposition at Louisville, because he is
not coming to America this year.
lrince Bismarck is negotiating for
the purchase of 1,000,000 acres of land
la Mexico, his object being to enctfur
age German emigration to that coun
try. The city of St. Louis has raised $G00,
M0Q towards the erection of a permanent
industrial exhibition building, and
170,000 additional subscriptions are
Col. A. L. Hives; general manager of
the Mtbile and Ohio road, has been
uodered the office of second vice-presi
dent ol the Richmond and Danville
Taeai has been a great rush to Flor
ida daring the past week, a.nd the sup
position now is that thero are 30,000
atransers in the State.
. There are a million of robins at ' tho
rcosts in Buford county, Tcnncssoe.
Two hundred of them were killed by
ne man a few days ago.
M. de Isep3 has embarked for Ta
uis to direct surveys in connection with
the project to convert the desert of Sa
kara into an inland sea. v
The fact that the dividend declared
hy the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany recently is the largest in the his
tary of tho corporation, is evidence
that they will not be liable to "bust0 1
Miss Waite, tho daughter of the" Chief
.lattice, organizing some private
theatricals for the benefit of the Wash
iHgton Dispensary, while the old man,
Her'dad,M is organizing another kind
ot entertainment in South Caroling.
The Republicanswill make desperate
fforts to earry North Carolina. Louisi
ana and Florida in 1864. .They.rcganl
Virginia as sure for their ticket. This.
Uwever. Is doubtful aud North Caro
lina is more than doubtful. It is sure
tfce other way.
Who haa not heard "Kathleen Ma
yourneen"? Tho author of this charm
ing ballad,-F. N. Crouch, is old and in
great need in Baltimore.,- A penny
apiece from all who have lingered over
he notes of the old song would do' lis
author awtsl4ef good.
Senator Logan wants the whole li
lor tax to go for national education.
Here is the Belgain plan: An alms
W for the secular schools is a recog
aud feature of every place where liT
quor U sold, and every customer drops
sou as regularly as he fees
If that execrable scoundrel Dukes, the
ducr and murderer, had been bora.
"Carried, tried and-acquiUed in tho
Sooth, what a howl tiiere would have
n! But, had the two first supposi
tious been facts, the last, and. probably
f-h third, would nercr have beenre-
The gross rcceipts)f the Suez Canal
year 'were orer twelve millions and
U1 warrant s dividend of 20 per cent.
A dividend of 13 per cent was paid
.daring the previous year! A reduction
f half a franc a ton at the beginning of
hjar took off $700,000 from tbe
V JJ, XJL.
Maj. Gatting of Raleigh has bet
appointed Receiver of the !A. & X. C. It. ;
R. ahd Mr. Best failing to come to time j
the Receircr has taken ch arse of the
road. Exit Beat.- I
; Minnesota raises: tho liquor license
i - i
fee from the present minimum of 25
to a minimum of $200, and from the
present maximum of $100 to a maxim
urn of $500, with a provision that it
shall not be less than $100 in cities of
'less than 2,000 population
merely a good plan to make
. This is
thirsty, for the greater the altitudilum
the creator tho thirst. I
" LOCAL NEWS.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTtSIMENTT.
V rflAw t vna lore f i
twmm v v w tr f j a id
Tate A Large Etocit
W II Gheex GarJea Seod.
Mckds Bbo Soda Water
II BDi beroeb -Kastcr Cania j . . J
If VL McGowax, Chm'n-llhh Ward j
XT L Smith, Mayor Kotlee to Liquor ;Icl-
MaxRT S ayaqe, Clerk Notice te toieetorf
There is but one day lett in which to
register your name.
The receipts of cotton
at this port
to-day foot up 412 bales.
Register at once! To-morrow 'is the
only day remaining for that purpose.
t.j .. j
- Such weather as this is " far more
suggestive of Springer than of Spring.
. H '
There aro numbers of Democrats in
the Second, Third and Fourth Ward3
who have not yet registered.
Mr. Charles D. Russell, formerly of
this city, but new of Savannah, is hero
lo-dai on a short visit' to i friends and
It is rumored on tho streets that the
opposition will run Messrs $. P. Col
lier and W. H. Gerken for Aldermen in
tho Second Ward. ;
Wo cannot impress too forcibly the
duty of registration. ; Every democrat
should perform this duty to-morrow, if
he has not already done so.
y f .
A pain-stricken farmer of Worcester;
Who couldn't walk as he uster,
Tried St. Jacobs Oil
And this man of toil
Now kicks sky-high if he choseter.
Friend Melton has just received a car
load of mountain beef of very fine qual
ity which came in on the C. C. R. R:
It came from West of Shelby, and will
bo on sale In a few days.
We trust that there will, be a full
turnout at the Democratic meeting in
tho Fifth Ward to-nisht. at the Hall1 of
the C. M. Stedruan Bucket
as Important business 'is
to bo trans
We saw to day, at MrJ Yates' book
store, a number of beautiful Easter
cards and designs which bad been
painted, mounted aud ' framed by a
young lady in this city, everything ftbou1
thorn being her own handiwork.
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Thanks to Mr. J. Dickson Munds, of
Munds Bro?., 1,491 jBroadway, New
York, for nn invitation to attend the
53d Annual Commement of tho Senior
Class of the New York College of Pbar.
t raacv. to bs held in Stein way Hall to
President J. M. Roblnsop, Gcucral
Manager John C. Winder, and Super
intendent L. C. Jones last week made a
thorough inspection of the jCarolina
Central Railroad, devoting nearly all
the week to their task. It is said that
tho road is to bo at-once put in the very
best of order.
Mr. C. D: Morrill has just compieted
and shipped to the new Catholic Church
at Farmer's Turnout, a beautiful piece
of work, which is in the shape of an
altar, fashioned after that nowji use in
St. Thomas1 Church, in this . city. Mr.
Morrill was assisted in the work by
Mr. Samuel L. Yopp.
Exports Foreign. V
Ger. Barque 2farie9 ! Capt Permien,
cleared to-day for Liverpool with 2,150
bales cotton, valued I at SI 00, 850.30,
shipped by. Messrs. A, Norton & Co.,
and JEugebe McDonell. Br. brigan
tine Signal, Capt Williams, cleared for
St. John's Porto Rico, jwith 810,356
feet lumber and 50,050 shingles, rained
at $4,247.60, shipped by Messrs. E. Kid
der & Son.
Messrs. A. & I. Shrier, at 34 Market
street, have received their first install
ment ? of r, two hundred and fifty
Flannel Suits which they"' warrant fast
color. Each coat has a label with their
lull name sewed on tbe collar as a guar
antee to their gsulne quality, j Don
fail to get a asjt. ;
LMINGTOK N. C. TUESDAT. MARCH 20,
. Mri D. P. Shaw; who Ics basinew
at Toint Caswell, bat. who resides a;
Still -Bluff, three- miles distant, met
I with a -serious Ios3 Sunday i m orning.
Accompanied by his tvifc he ;had gone
over to a neighbor's, leaving a large
amount of money, 4C0K locked in a
trunk in his room. Tfben be returned
ho found that the house had been enter
cd in his absence and that the trunk had
been broken open and the money.- afc
stracicd. iTbcro is no positive clue to
the thief, we understand, although.
-ausiHcions are eutertidned. ' -
We learn that Prof; Van Lear will
at an early date give a: u;usical cner
talnmcut at the.OperalIbje,".the wu
ale being rocal and instrumenlal and
furnished mainly by hit pupils. Ik Is
expected that other musical talent ifi the
city will aid in making the entertain
ment a grand affair, bnV the principal
feature of the exhibition will bo given
by the pupils of his class. Some of his
pupils have attained remarkable pro
flcloncy, and their efforts will nndoubt-
edly be very Interesting. ,
j Titer Storm.
Tn a mtrrw f i nil ,tLil mA in Inorvi ftrif
was general aloof the: South Atlantic
Coast. Tho rainfall m this city frona
last, night, w hear it commenced, to 7 o'
clock' this mornitix' was 1.04 inches. At
SmithTiDe the rainfall was less, although
the - wind blew with much greater!
severity, reaching 30 miles per' hour aa
its maximum velocity. At Punta Ra3&ar
Flan during the 8 hoars t ended at ,7
o'clock this morning the rainfall aggre
gated 9.50 inches. We have heard pf
no damage to' shipping along the coat,
although disasters may reasonably be
expected. m - , ' - .
There U ouch excitement in . the
Fifth Ward regarding the candidates
for Aldermen. Howe and Gayer claim
to be the Republican nominees, while
Lockey and Sampson will run aa. inde
pendents, claiming that it was owing W
fraud at the primaries they were pre
vented from securing the nomination.
Both sets ef candidates are in earnest
and both have strong adherents and
partisans. Each party talks confident
ly of success, and bets are freely oftered
on both sides. It is a Republican fight
in which one faction only can win. aud
it is of rcry little consequence which ia
vlfttorions. - .
A new device for the live cent nickel
piece has been adopted by the Treasury
department. It was .submitted by
Superintendent Snowden. of the
Philadelphia mint, who designed the
original coin,' and iWho changed it to
meet the "wishes of Secretary . Folgcr.
The changes in the coins are confined to
the reverse side. The legend, "E Plnri
bus UnutDt" has been taken from; below
the wreath and placed above the 'same,
and thf word 'ccnts" is inscribed below
the numeral V. The superintendent ot
the mint at Philadelphia -has been in
structed to commence the coinage of
the new piece and issue it as soon a-s
praclicable. , - ( v -
Pog dogs as pels have bad their day
among the extremely fashionable, but
colds never go out of fashion, so that ! it
Bull's Congh Syrup is a sore cure for
all cough and colds..
Tfte Railroad Commission. -
There will be a meeting of tho Liter
ary Club of the Library Association at
the Library rooms to-night at', which
the query Will Railroad Commissions
benefit the South." will, bo debated
with Messrs. W. S. Briggs and J. Me
D. French in tho ' xfTrmatlve, Vnd
Messrs. G. P. Macindoe and W. Weill
in the; negatire. i ; S
Mr. Henry Pincus. of Philadelphia,
has. kindly consented to avor the Club
with selections from some of tbe popu
lar plays of iho day. and we learn tha
he is quite accomplished as an elocu
tionist aud his recitations will, giro
a variety to the exercises of the the
evening. . The public are cordially in
vlted and we hope that a good audi
ence will be present, for We aro well
aware that interest, instruction, und
mental improvement will be4 eombinod
In the features of the efening, and- that
the hour devoted to attendance will be
well spent. . " i
The folio wlni unmailable matter
mains In tbe PostofUce in this city :
Messrs West, Johnston & Co., 911
UalniU Richmond, Vaj Mrs Rose
C. Ethcrcd2d,- Pcrtxadtlti, Ta, ; Mrs.
Belli Pnjh. Box 118. Windsor, N. C;
rs. Cathsrineltyan. iZ7 Asylum st.
Itesolatf ons of Itespeet.
j The Chamber of Commerce and Pro
duce Exchange held joint mectinpr this
noon and passed resolutions of respect
to the memory of the late 31 r. Gilbert
Potter, whdsc death - was announced
yesterday. f- '
Afterwards - the Produce Exchange
met and resolted upon closing the Ex j
change to-morrow as a mark of respect
to Mr. Pottcr'a roemory. The pro
ceedings with the resolutions could not
be gotten ready in time Ion this issue
but will appear to-morrow. '
William Crawford, a seedy aud1 d&si-
pated looking tramp was brought bMS
fore Justice; Gardner this afternoon
charged with offering fer sale what he
claimed was a charm which would en-
able the possessor to win the affections
oi woman or maae mm snccessim in a
Search foY gold. He claimed that the
charm was found three miles below the
surfacbf the earh by tne light of a diamond.-
It looked t ery much like a'piece
of wick Wrapped in tin foil. Tbe testi:
mony ehoWd that he offered It for sale
buUherewasno evidence that a sale
was j effected. He was remanded ' to
m.i nntV. lrt VrwV' frv.rfvrrrtwr morn.
IT - - - T
W when judgment will be rendered in
""To Builders and others Go to Jaco
Bta for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Glass '
&e. You can gt all &izo9 and at the
lowest price. -I
-piXX5T THIS SEASON. GOOD
LlqaersV Cood 6 caata Cian.
. Call at MCQO WAN'S SALOON, Mill 6 T.
Sf.f'We4M4ay.' -JZ':-.L aeh d-lt
rjlKE DEMOCRATS OP THB FIFTH Ward
are requested to meet at the Hall of C M.
Stedman Baeket Cempaay.to-nlaht at 8 o'efoek,
abarp, for toe purpose ef ir aaactln imaoj tant
baalneaa. J. M. McGoWAST,
To Liquor D ea I e r o
CITY OF WrLMllfGTON, N. C.
March 20th, 1SS3.
ATTKNTIOK OF LIQUOR
era l eallcd to tbe tolloyrby; law yt lh State
f North CaroUitH
"S ierori oT persons shall ervc awar in
aLey uhtto place, retail oc sell, -evcept - upon
-', t ' " ' ' - ' " .'
pirscrpilon of a praeiuHiit" -physician, and
for. mcdSclnaJ porrpoM's. any
liquors,: at &tit time withtir cwre hom-s next
preceding o suredln4t any public oltioM,
ortkjrtiHr hoWtojf. thereof,' at mj place
I within tire miles X any election precinct.
"Ait peren or persons violating the pro
visions of the preceding seetloa shall be de-
e4 guilty of a aalademeaaor, and punishable
i - -
wit a floe of not lee than one hundred nor
j ;r i .
more than ooe thousand 4Hars."
J?otici hereby glitm that io accordance
with the aboie kir, ail Bar .Booms, and places
! ! . -
where tatoxJeattn liquors are sold, shall ba
? t i " ; ' 1 . ' 1 . ; ".'"' ' :
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eloed at S o'clock, F. M., on Wednesday,
March flat, aad reoala cleeed until o'clock,
A. M., on Friday, Hare S4. i 1
-.v- - . ; .... ! " ' j; . , '
Aay vjolatlon of the above law at the eaa
lag election, on tbe Sid ol March. 1S3, will
be vigorously proeeca'tesL
WM. L SMITH,
mch. 321 V
1 txtim pofclT wiser U tao n&ar coseiw; cy ca
Cm tbosvuM r oiM of t be Ua4 a4 of be;
saita-? t mo tn carl. ia t ryfi
U H cy, ttlr- i 5Tru-aPRS,v-
Notice to Inspectors of
rOLLOWiXG NAKED PERsRJNS
feATing bem appointed InepcctiB of the city
election to be held Thvrsday, March 27b1, arc
hereby notified t appear at the City Hall,
WednerrtaT. lst Int., at S o'clock, I. U.y to
fqn.t v ? " fr
: 5 - .
f r,t -vrm ..wtix or tihst wbi. -
' j.-- -
f - - t 4 VTV-
or xowait uivtstox ok rTB.rr n .iBi
J. W. EfN(
I s. n. moeton, . oiluart wixgate.
FOB SECOND WABX.
jab. g. jicae,
T. A. SHKPARt). C.
"VrOK TUIBI WARD. !
WALK Eli 2kIfiAUL3, i W. FOSTKU,
JXO. W. PBDW, JjiO, TAYLOR.
FOK rOBBIM WABtt.
a. i dehosskt, ,?so. a. xobwood,
M. S. WILLARD, GEO. W. lKICE.
JOS. H. II AN BY, A. HOWK, Jr.,
J. D, M. KLAXDRK, ALKxi HOGGINS.
City Clark and Treasurer, i
SUte of North Carolina.
('nnfy of Columbus.
Daniel L. Basiell.1-' . - ..
TS. ' - ' -
Ednrard Caubvell, Kdward Cantwell, Jr., John
Cantwell, Fred Caarwell, IllUe Lueasnd
husband Benjsmln Lucas. Nellie Mntfaon
and husband Uenrr 1. Munson, William
CantwelU-Wate Cntll avd fed ward Cant
well, Guarls of William a tataCant-
; trell. !
T1IW rSAN ACTION. FOK SHE FORE,
closnreofa mortafire of real estate and
It appearlor to my satisfaction that the De
fendants Edward Oantwef, Edward CantwelL ;
'r Fred Cantwel', I illie Lucas and husband
Benjamin Lucas. Sellle Man eon and husband j
Henry P. Munson, Kate Captwell an Ed-;
ward Contwcll. Guardian ef William and Kate
CanrweU, ttre on-rcaldenta and cannot, after
due diligence be found la tals State, and that
they li.iTonn interest In the! action and are
proper parties thereto, now therefore, this Is
to oramand eald defendants to appear at the
next term of tbe Snperler Court to be held for
tho connty of Columbus at the Court House In
Wbiterille. on the fttn Mondar after the 3rd
Monday in February, 18SS, and answer er dc:
mnr to me complaint, or jcagmentwtn be reu
dered against them according to law.
This the 5th day of Febrnanr. 18S3.
K W. M. BALDWIN, Clerk.
feb 13 law-0w-tues. I
A Large Stock
QF BLANK BOOKS,
Paper and Enrrlopet,
. Wrapping Parr,
Albums. j -
Musical Instruments, Ac', Ac'
I f -
iiiCh 13 i C. W. YATE5.
A LABGE AASOUTMENT.
W new de-
H . i - -:
signs. Fringed and unf ringed. Call and see
them at HEIXSBEKGEE'S.
ment of STEEL ENORAVINOS,
not frame!, for Parlor Ornament. At
mch 19 ' Lire Book and Mnslc Store '
fS AND lAFTEK ; TODAY WK WILL j
V-r . I.'.---.-kop
Ue moat tielicious Ice f :jH Sod:
Pure fruit Jnioeo only used.
l.51 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
AND WTLiUNOTON, N. C, ;
m be gbul to - mcfir coasss2lciwixui
frosa our frlcad n tar aecUall i
Tb name of too writer intat tltrays fc f2i
; tlabcd to Vbo Editor. 1 h ,
ComistuilatlonaiQttUtb wrlttea ca alj
one aWe of the paper.
reraooallUea nrtat b tol4edi- 'J.
And tt U epccSHy &! parUcnlaxly tsiex
tooi tMt the Editor does aot aUrart cs4wie
tic Tleirs of corrcivpoDfJents mJeia to atd
la tho eiltorlal tsohuntta. 1 -f tis-! j L -; !-j
NEW AD VEItTISEimilTD.
Bacon, Lard, -vMolasn;
Flou Sugai 6c. ; !
100 BXe Sake.l and XX, S. SIDKS,
. 150 Tubs LARD. ' ' 'lJ '
100 Hhda and Bbls MOT-ASrS ' !
lood Bbls FLOJ7B, ourpopalar traadj j
j M BbU C. Ex C and Graa. EUOAlt,
Wlitags COrrEB, all udes,
, 100 Boxoa CANDLES, ; A "
loo Boxes SOAP.- n' - nJ,4 .
So Boxes STA1IC1I. For sale by
ttch lS KEacnXKR A CALDfra
; Easter Hats BpnoQf
and beautiful line of roods:; v V ' t
II AT8 BON N ETS WJtEATllS," JLACfi CAPfll
FEATHERS. L,1CE of all decriptlosj J
- AU kinds of HOSraRYfor4IU j -J
nd fZMXrv:, i 'I---'',
The L.T4leCarc inTiUtl.toexaaixwiny itocli :
wilt take pteaenrc . iu showing vnt. Alio a
lot of TOTS 'Just rcrjjix eU : Italr ork tBA I
to oiaer. : tuntry erUcra promptly. tJjded
mchl.-at 45 Market kt.
't Pav Rcnt.
ber of houses and lots in this city oa! T j'
the Instalment plan, to parties n-ha '
e now liring i veo and indepct3ei.t 1
l "ujoru. -ii not ror mat plaa' ..ay or
f ham nl.t -.111 t r - r
uuuer mouioru ruie. .Others, b
aroounn mocuilr, now own
J onf Party own six and oiivtL.r owns
seven, lo besfiaaan'-upward-path the tn
euiiaidat plan La. proves tots Krlovs soc .
cefls.,) It U wonderful-how i-apidly smrfU'
amounts grow into.big- nures. ; aTuililM lou
.1Lo Ulawnt plan utuaSUon
iloney loaned to thoaewlAtaj? V l'ki:
mch ie lia-,. Apply to ; JAil ViLiON.
..S. i-vu.. 'it-Mi .-T4 "
A . : Complete;: Assoitment
SPRING &: SUMMER
for Inspec-tion to-morrow.
1 Tho6e of my ktdy '"iietonJcrs herhaTe been
awaltlBK tho antral of thclt 'ffoods-ahd otlx
era will .find among thcxh 'the Newest ani
Litest and Frcttieat Styles '4nd DeslffnW
. A large assortment of the waU-koona ''Cor
Ilss" Linen Colliri-alI stfW; LadWs sb4
A call aud an examination nr tf i
spectfnlJy solicited. - ' . ?t j
MISS E. KARRER,
mch 15' ; EXCHANGE CQRSV5L
xoinER lot jLpT7ui:cEtyjEi5; i
j And for sale bT ;
i qiles & arracinsoN.
nu b 12 r ..; . in and 40 MuTctispi Xlodk
' Cfirden SqocJI j!
PEAS. BEANa,, COUX, CABBAGK. Til -
nip, Squash. Collard, nadlsh.cAe,,'A'
A ftne soieetion of Flower oead' V: .
:! . ! WIT.t.TAtfTT titfiftrv
The Place' to Bay.".
TURrkNTlNlJ TOOLS. ' ; V 1 1 t
DIPPEIIS, i WJXKTTElfs,
- -HACK-WKIOUTa. c.&e.. eT !
Best of goods at Bock Bottom, price. A
full and complete stock of Hardware ctirgu
on hand. . ;V , ,
WV E.. SPRINGES A CO., I
i Successors to John Dawson & Co..
mch 12 13, 21 and 23 Market etroot
If You Would be: Happ?
BUY A COOK STOW. !
"The Golden Harvest,"
Or, "SODTHEItN OAiv
or ' PARKER A TATTjvTi
Pure White OH..
Q.U.TETX1E, . t .
coffees, - t ; r j .
; MOL.laEsjte., Ac. 1c . AcJ
1 Tor sale at low prires hy
DeRosset Cl Go.
t : dee ia r . -.' . f- ; - v
TTNDER NEW ILvNAGElIENX S4 .
- b. l. i-KEi' y
two. t(. thrift
o ia jwon, t,igmu u th, TeatiDicjfc.
SSm' Tetni B4y.,.l'welfihri Thirtfieath,
w(f&t?rah' Xun,t rantfe. Chestnut,
Walnut. Malborrr. KsiI mi:i iiMm' rv.-
1.3 I t