MI wt w express my appreciation of ta
.'iiyer 8 Cherry Pectoral
& eocja remedy."
. 44 Walla with ChurzhWa army, Jttrt before
battl of TkkJbmrg, I contracted a ee
ere coU, hlca-Urminated laa dangerous
coTib. I found no relief till-on our marca
wa came to a eoantry store, wnerei on asking
. lor some remedy, I wu urged to try ATZft's
MI did so, and tu rapkUy cured. Since
t&en X bare kept the Pxctokal cocjUdI J j by
, for family use, and I hare found It to be
an Invaluable remedy for throat and lans
diseases. J. TV. VTnnLzr."
Thousands of testimonials certify to tb
prospt cure of all bronchial and long
a fractions, by the cm of A rat's Cnxur
rzctoxxx. Bela very palatable, the yotujs
Mt eiilirea take it readily.
Sold by all Dmjjlit.
Jaa 1 ly tclndftw
FALL AND WINTER
The Daily Review.
""TUESDAYS JANUARY 8. 1881
HT The uaxiy lievicw hs the largest
or vi file circulation, or any netemtper
tireJy acros3 the abdomen, and another
man who had the crown of nis nat cot
off a. rne lick, jest above ;his head,
with a piece of scantling. - The latest
news is that James Kistler will die.
Wo &re told that fivo ribs can be seen
through his ghastly wound
Golds bo ro 3osscuycr: The Lowell
Cotton Factory, in Johnston county,
the property of John II. Smith, Esq:,
was destroyed by..' fire Friday nisut
Supposed to be the work ot an ; incen
diary, i Jnauranco only about $3,000.
foLM loss $7,000. 1 he darkeys
who came home from the turpentine
plantations of Smith Carolina and
Georgia to spend the Christmas holi
days arc asain returning to their work,
and lakinz others with them that have
not been belore. (Every evening the
depot here is crowded with the dusky
exodustcrs- Mr. Will 1. Grainger,
wlii! fiislin? in tlie snow Yesterday
works of art. j . with several friends had the misfortune
The Secretary of the Interior trans J . , lho bone f his ,C!r bTOvcu
milieu in ubcilielicc to tnc uirccuoii ui , abovc tjic ankie. Tho survey
the fcctiatc corrcMomicicc oi ins uc n9rlv,lf tlm New York. - Norfolk - &
IN OONG1CC3S YESTEltDAY.
' .' SENATE.
Washington. Jan. 7. The Chair
presented a Idler Irom the I'ostmastcr
(Itntral transmillinz the rcjort of the
conimUtuu appointed to investigate the
railway service. . - . v
AmimLcr of pelitions were presenlod
asking for appropriat ons lo pay the
tobacco rebate provided by law ; i and a
pt'tilioti from American artists in uomc
akiu; for a repeal of the jdutics on
partmciit relative to tin trausic-r r the Charleston Railroad reached this placoj i
land grant of Ukj New Orlcaui. ISaton coinz South last Friday, and are now
n?rtnf A VirL-sliiir? Kailmau Company " .i.n.,i rn...;iau rm... n.;...;iv I
to the New Orleans & racilic Railroad TjR omk is ouilo lavorablc lor the
Company. .... ! .". -, . buihlinz of this road, and it will! prob
the loliowinz mns wen: tuum.uwu. ably soon be a reality.
Mr i;aii. lor me injprovyuium. ui m
liaiincls rivers and iiarDors in i iuc I Jst of LiCttcrs. :
. - t ..lino k nv lVrwt I - -- i '
oulriY Vri ,"LJ "wuu,u- "v ' i A list of unclaimed letters remaiuinz
Bv Mr Gibson, to establish a navy at the Post Oflicc in this City on.Thars
yard and tlcpot of supplier ou the Miss tiaYf jan . y issi
isiippi river at or near Algiers. . j A-Solomou Austiu. Clara'Audrcws.
A rfxr.liiiinti nrcsrnLCil UV Mr Alllicr. I 4...1 1 ...1
of Col. was atloptetl. tllms on the Sec BDavid Bordeaux. Jacksoh Uild-
For the Cure of Coughs, ColdsJ
Hoarseness, IJronchitis.Croup, Influ
ciri, Asthma, Wliopping Cough, In-
c!Tient Consumption and for the rc
licfof consumptive persons in adan-
jeed stages of the Disease. I or Sale
jfy au J Jniggtsts. rrice, 25 .Cents.
nov 15 ly Iclp dAw'
COM M ISKUlAli NKWb;
WILMINGTON - MARKET.
January 84 P. M. .
SPIRITS .TURPENTINE Quoted
lirm at 32 cents per gallon. Small sales
at 33 cents; market closing firm at 33
cents bid, with no sellers. )
ROSIN-Quoted Arm-: at $1.15 for
Strained land $1.20 for Gooti Strained
TAR Quoted firm at $1.40 ner bbl
of280nounds, . .: .' f
CRUDE TURPENTINE- Quoted
steady at $2 for Virgin and Yellow Dip
and $1.15 for Hard. ,
CO rrON-n-Quoted firm. Sales of
NOW OPEX AT
11( Market Street
rclaryo! the Treasury for information win j j jjarber, J E Rristow; Mollic
111 rcgaru to tno uiiucuiuw Burke. Maria Bender, care Owen
cuuou 01 iuc vujuvw 1 jjicrrow.
tionlaws. ,J 1 J C A Carter. Duucau Covan, Car
HOUSE OF ttEPRESENT ATI VLSI rie F Carran. -Mr.
Reed, of Mo., offered the follow- F-A N Freclan, Victoria orster.
'u-.u Lou rf t nt p l ' GJno Gowan. Henrietta Graddy;
WnEMEAS. It has been alleged that I H-Wm .Harris. W U Henderson.
circulars have been distributed in some UN' an me u liernng, Mary j liurcnner,
.r.L. 1 mAni. , ci-mtr nnntrihn. Lucie Henderson. John C Houston. Ld
tions for political purposes, in violation Harkin, Millie Holden, care Buck Hoi the official; qubtationi.-j
of the 12th section of the Civil Service den. ; j Ordinary. J..J.. 'j.
in I 1 J feter Jones. Good Onilnarv oi
Xesolved. That he heads of Depart- OK-JT Kendall, J Woodruff King. lTS':;;: i '
menss. mwmcD Bucn uisinuui uu aiiaaung. 10S
any. has taken plaoe bo requesteuw n- ,W ?fB"Sf- Middling.......... iof
DRY GODG i
LACE CTJHTAINS AND CORNICE !
OIL CLOTHS, all widths.
1 iadies' and Children's Wxaps. ;
V.f- ' -"t " . I - . ' 1
Bargains in Black Cilk v t
See if you can do. as well North or South. Suits made to order on short notice
. . ' :-1 -:-T'"T R.'" rjr rjcirjrriRp"
jn 4, 1884 J - - ... . , - I I , 1
I'-; -' : -
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A 8 O fl
IN. THE FOLLOWING
lollies n-4 Cloths reduced to $1 and $1.25-ibrraer p'rico Sl.75 anil o
Jersey Cloths in best shades reduced to $1 former price $I.5Q per yard!
Fine Silk Velvets in all shades at $2 per yard; -'.' . V - I
50 bales on' a basis of lOi twnta nor
j in some i iiiiuuic xj xieiixuif. iuaiv uuauuet, i . . ?
contribu- 1-ucie Henderson. John C Houston, Ed pound for Middling;;, The following are
: j- - .
form the Houseofthe facts connected ice Morgan, E V McKenzie, James i
with such distribution. aiasuu, tiua aicuar.
Mr.Townshend. of I Ills., offered a N A L Nugge. I . 1 ' DACLT receipts.
resolution, whfch was adopted.. request- P Henry Payne, Henry Patrick, I Cotton., .i. . . . . i :
ing tho President to furnish the I louel bailie rc tier. ... Spirits Turpentine.
witn inrormauon relating to me exciu- " 4.s71' , . . Mosim ...
sion of American products from Ger- S Hattie Sledge, John Syrsin, Sink- Tar i . .
SPECIAL HAMJA1NS !h??Js,.(;,HrniJ : .
bills, &c., were introduced and refer- W Zeno J Whitfield, Maria WiU
mi. 1 nam3. lAUia Williams. ,1 A wesiorooif.
By Mr. Nicholls. of Ga., fortheerec- John Wright. Freddie Aroody, L W
Hon oi a public building in Savannah, Waugb, Master Abbott Wallaee, Ann
Ga. , Williams. 1
Hv Mr. Eaton . of Conn., reestablish- SHIP LETTERS-
a . . . . I. r. r- .it i I
unusual Attraction in atvies ?f5?s
Crude Turnentme. . .
' 7f bbls
IN KTF.RV DHIARTMK.ST I.
Maernlllcent Lino of Goods.
UV Air. iicroert, oi Aiaoama, rupirai- rior,f oafti rnr;n rf n o rr,
mg the law requiring tho publication of Pftili.on. hrb ni?i. Tf.-M r nniP
notice before making hnal proof in nur o a Rnininii rnVf a nnWm.n
: . 7 ARRIVED.
Slanishin Benefactor. Trihnn
York, II G Smallbones : ' I :
Steam yacht Louise. Weeks.1 SmiHr
ill Master . : .: :
U." S. mail steamer! Minnehaha. Ris-
bey, bmithville, Master. V -Steamer
Bladen. . Thornton. Favette
ville, C S Love & Co. !
Steamer A P Hurt, Worth, Fayette
vvortn & worm
. VENETIAN CRAPES, a new Mourninff Qoods
anda$2W001 aDd Silkandrat$L25and$i.50:.:G wellworthti.fi
Some few Holiday Goods left which we are closing out at a Bargain.!
I JULIUS SAMSON,
; . i 1884. :
Harper's Weikly stands at the head of Amer
lean illustrated i weekly journals. By Its on
partisan position In vomica, its Arimlmin i
loatratioDs, its carefuUj chosen ; serials, short
stories, sketches, and poems, contributed by
the foremost artists and anthnrs nf thA vim? ft
carries Instruction and entertainment to tool
saiius ot American nomes. - . ... K
Jt will always be the aim. of the publishers
to make Uarver's Wuitln thrt
and attractive family HewnnftTIAl r thA nnrlil
and, In the pursuance of this deslsn. to pre-
u uHiuwim iiuproYemeni m an tneae rea
torcs which have gained for it the confidence,
sympathy, and support ot its largo army of
readers. ';"t . . 1
. A '
nomesieau eninus. , barkGriua
Bv Mr. Townshend. of I Illinois, a
All WITH THE lOWltT PRICES ASSURED 1 resolution requesting tho President to -----""0
invite the cooperation oT tho govern- "St wiU please say "advertised i ir not
ments of American nations in securing I called for within ten days will be seni Geo Harriss & Co.- with guano to t C C
the establishment of free commercial to tlie dead ietter office at AVashington, SIR i
S t a N.C. i Ed. R. Brink P. M.
ler s Periodicals.
HARPER'S WEEKLT.....V.:...$4 00
HARPER'S MAGAZINE. , .... . . ........ 4 00
To enumerate even a small portion of our
endleat variety, would occinr too much
space, and we therefore name only a few D
Black and Colored Silks.
Ottoman, Brocaded & Rhadames Silks,
Plain and Brocaded Velveteens.
DRESS GOODS in all the New Shades.
Cashmeres. Shuddas, Series,
Camel's Hair, Foule, Ottoman.
Nun's Cloth, Ladies' Cloth. Flannels
Mohairs. Plaids with Combinations.
Pin Checks, Brocades. Beiges, &c.
Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Buttons,
to match all above.
ol'an American Customs 'Union. Also,
Srovidinlorthe election of Senators Get the Original.
by the people. I 1 Dr. Pierce's 'Pellets" the original
a By Mr. Thomas, of Illinois, granting "Little Liver Pills" (sngar-coated)
nensions to all United States soldiers cure sick and bilious headache, sour
Schr James Young. Linnikin, Boston, harper's ydung people.... L.Ui bo
HARPER'S FBANKLIX SQUARE LlBBASV,
One Tear (62 Numcera j 10 00
Postage Free to all subscribers In the United
States or Canada. , r
111 MARKET STREET
Baltimore & Viltuliifftca
. . STEAMERS'
Kaleigh anil Vidcttc.
On and after Saturday, January Bth. a film
er of this lino will sail from
-Eyery SATURDAY, at 3 P. il.
and sailors in the late war' who served
thirty days or were in any engagements
therein and to the widows of all
Bills were introduced by several
members providing lor retaliatory
tuoisurcs against foreign countries
which prohibit or discriminate against
importations of the products of the
United States. !
By Mr. Brown , of Itid., to prohibit
the mailing of letters or circulars con
ccroing lotteries, or newspapers or
other publications containing lottery
advertisements, anil providing a penalty
. . 1 - f I : a
ior ma vioiaiion 01 iuis ai.. 1
Cloak,. DoW,. Sacanc, and .IersoJS. .' 'the la.o ' war
and to restore to them ciual rights in
money payment with the holders of
government bonus. It provides lor the
Ladies' Missc. Men and Boys' Merino
Blankets and Flannels lower than they
have been for years.
Lice and Embroideries at prices that
will mako you buy any way.
Hosiery. Gloves, Corsets, Skids,
Table Damasks 4 .Towels, Sheetings.
. While Goods.
Men and Boys' Wear,
Staple and Fancy Dry Good?,
c, i&c, fcc.
AU bought at the recent decline In prkts,
aad aa Inspection of ume will Induce my pt-
and bilious attacks.-.By
issue of $500,000,000 in Treasury notes,
with which to pay to soldiers and sail
ors the dilVcrencc in value between the
money paid to them and gold, together
with a per cent.'. interest thereon. Also,
providing that) banking associations
shall every lour mouts pav a tax ot one
per cent, on the average of deposits re
ceived during the previous four months.
Itv Mr. YVhitnnf Knntiiokv fr
. J - .- - J v w
isn inc luicrnai revenue tax on tooacco.
At 4.15 o'clock the oall was suspcm1
but will bo continued to morrow.
There were 070 bills introduced to da v.
S Mr ConvirieoQ'crid arcsclution wh!ib
Z . . 11: .1.1 f .
I was auupmi iuc occrexary
ol the Treasury f for information con
cerning under yalualioD,!lo classili
cation anu omer irregular practices in
N. C. Cabbage.
JAUGE LOT JUST RECEIVED;
A NO. 1 ARTICLE.
SAUSAGES Made by Westbvook Bros., at
Rocky Point Best iu the market.
Oranges, Apples, Poultry and a general as
Fresh Family Groceries.
A call is- lcspectfully solicited.
Ij. O. CHERRY,
X. E. Corner Market and Second sts.
Steam yacht Louise. Weeks. Smith
viiieMaster k .1 ! u uJ-
U, S. mail steamer Minnehaha, Bis-
rjey: smithviiie, Master.
Steamer John Dawson. Colvin. Point
Uaswell, K P Paddison
. Steamer Bladen. Thornton. Favette
vine, u & liove es uo. 1 i 1
Steamer A P Hurt. Worth. Favette
ville, Worth & Worth. 1
TN EVERY VAttlETY AND TOO NUMER
OUS to be mentioned, can be fonnd at the most
reasonable pricas, at I 1
F. O. MILLER'S, Drug Store,
dec 10 324 South Fourth, Comer Nun st
The Volumes of the WeeMn Tierin with the
first Number for Januarv of each vear When
uu mm; is menuonea, it win do . unuerstoou
mat tne subscriber wishes to commence with
the Number next after! the reroint of ordpr.
iue last i! our Annual volumes or aarptr.t
treeKin. in reat eioin binainar. win ue sent iiv
Hijui, postasre paia. or ny exnress. iree of ex
pentse (provided the fi-eight does pot exceed
one dollar per volume!, for 7 CO ter volume:
Cloth Cases for each volume. suitable for
umainar. will be sent bv mail, noatmid. on re
ceint of 41 CO each. . 1 ; 5 , ! . .
j Remittances should be made by Post'-OiUce
aioney wruer or uraic, to avo n chance of Iobs.
Newspapers are not to coot this advertise
ment witnout the express order of Harper &
Brothers. - : Address ' ...
. .HARPER & BROTHERS,
nov S3 . j v . , New York
Few Buckwheat ! 1 -
Fine Portraits in Crayon or fyEW BUCKWHEAT AND WHITE Syru
roaa,M wen a. he puuuc in rnemi.urrot the importation tf woo's and wcolen
by tavesUax la some ot the MANY BAR.
Lincoln ton IVch: On the Ulst De
cember Dr and MrsA John.Ilichadsou
celebrated the twcnty-nflh anniversary
ot their marriage; by a silver weddinz
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at ineir ciuaufc resilience ancar town.
The bloodiest fight that ever ; oc
curred In the history of this county
took place at Kudisiirs store in tho IIoz
r 1 1 ; . ;t e ... .
uiu socuon, six mucs iruui uis place,
on Christmas Oay. The crowd had
assembled at the store at a shooting
on that day. Brandy was plenty and
HollingBworth & Walker, fSSnia
Corter of Mulberry aad Fourth Streets. " tZT, i i h. wmca
I terminated In a quarrel. !tThe quarrel
Pasties or uuioo Avajj i soon brenxnt on a ngnt. ana in. a few
. . I mlnntps ntt less than fortr nifn m
ehlciea ror nsines or pwaaure win do ac
ramodated on very reasoaabktenna.
Horns boarded aad cartfully teadad.
r.i. r.i. katz',
nil 6 r.larket St.
Livery and Sale Stables.
lood U&ms, comfortable yehlctoa an 1 eare-
Tne htnlaomet llearao In the city.
A U mwctfnllf aoUcltetl.
jaa 1 HOLLIXtiSWOKTU WAXJCER.
2 in 1.
I'll take yoar nienraa:, .
And take them flae,
I'U fix yoor watchea
To keep rood tltse;
I do all work wall.
I f yon doat beuere It
Try m and se.
J. L. W1XXKR,
rkotofrapbr and Jawelrr.
Naw Market tiolldlax (QP tain)
minutes ntt less than forty men were
nzhttmj like demons, with' knives,
pieces of scantling, rocks and any
other weapon tbey could lay their
hands on. The fight raged furiously
until the most belligerent were rendered
hors du cmxbat. Neatly every man en
gaged in the fight was hurt in .some
way. but the most seriously ; wounded,
so far as we have been able! to learn,
were James Kistler. whose! principal
wound was a horrible gash, eightInches
in length on his back; Jay Kistler. who
was cut from the back of his ear diag
onally across Jhis seek; and Henry
Hipp, who received three terrible
wounds on the hips. Many hair breadth
escapes were made, i Among them
wsTO those of Geo'rge Henry U earner,
whoso clothes were cni to the skin ea
1 1XA xifrii ll-JH.er t
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ORDER'S PROMPTLY EXECUTED:
In onler to more fully In
to suit, received by New York Steamer to-day
Also, Cakes and Crackers of every variety.
fresh and crisp, and a general stock-of .Fresh
the finest style..
dnce the work my prices arc to the lowest Groceries usu&llyfourid In a flrst-class Gro
cent ror nrst cuss work, friends aro invited
to call and examine for themselves.
ORIN T. THOMAS, Artist,
dco ft . 119 Marke t.. .Wllminffton. N. C.
Ox Tail Soup.
eery at Crapon's Family Grocery. '
GEO. MtlCRAPON, Agent,
South Front St
EADY FOR USE ON TABLE,
I Am Ready for Work;
. . .1 .' -. i ULiAiJCuuAn o LMJiuIMi ANU HATS
NIENT TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND ECON- Lh, 1' ""J ' ' . -
t ujrW., viwuieu uu pressed, aiso, Juaaies Hats
dyed In any color and pressed In the latest
ncii. I KlvIP.IL. ( f T DPironu
No. 15 North 8econd St
WE HAVE ALSO
C RE AT SA L E
! Soup tbrown In.
Steam Yacht Louisepi
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMER
ror bmithville daily. Rates low and accom-
N,T7i -p r Tr T A uMwauonsune. xne JUOU1SE la a new boat
It Don't rjatter
Ir THE OLD TEAK IS UOSE AND THE
VTc V5" come, HUMPHREYr JEN
iUNS & CO., are atiH receivlns athcir Oys
ter llOUe. NO! 112 South rmn :&tZl 1 AZ..
aupply every day of New River Oysters. Oys
I Saturday; unless sooner loaded.
Through Bills of Lading and lowest taroar
Rail If onrl fnn w ... w wi
:f. :t. ; ' ; v: -; also, j Cf .
To and from Boston. Providence, rbl!ite
.... yiu whi nil r esiern ciuot. i
For rreight Engagements, apply to,
j Wllmlnjrton, N.'t
ANDREWS, & CO., AfftS., i
if. Corner I4ght and German su ,
New Yorlx IFilmiiigtci
V?V STEAMERS -
WILL SAIL FROM NEW .YORK ITltf
SATUBJJAT at 5 o'clock, P. M.
I :. . . . . j J . .. . : '
BENEF ACTOR. . . . ... . .Lsitardiy. i
Nwaad 8outh Carolina. - !
oriraaaar8apiry Id -H.
. WL P. CT.TTMC A CO.. Ommv1 Aj
"jan l-tf . , X,,: .j.-j f; ji- ,
Agent and Owner.
Canned Tomatoes & Okra.
: - - ' ' ! ' -
Makes elegant Soup. Receipt for making
jri SUGAE. CITRED HAMS
SUGAR-CURED STB IP& ft SHOULDERS.
118. Market St.
ti Call early before the rpsh. ; ' "
L. BRIDGrEBS & GO.
XIO North Front Ol. i
WrLMrXQTQN. N. C
pOR 8AIJC VERT CHEAP. ' ,
" ' AvptyUA '!-'-
MOSACITS, 16V SSCONTJ STREET.be-
Priceas, Ladlea aal Gea
tiemen'a roods of ewrrdTntT Jtr .r.cn
Ai5o.einInx. acoiuVaLiuIZ 1
as pur x TOOT QUI UMGlOTC. " '
2 CAMBEB ANDfPaELO
trom $25 to $150.
New styles aad
Q " Standard Granulated Sugar, l,
Pn White ''A" Sugar, $l.
J3 Brown Sugar;
Minced Meat lCc pr ft.,
All kind PmnB ls tv i s .
A bbl of Ex Family Flonr, guaranteed fS.23.
Kalalns, Citron, Currants. Lemn i 1
Haais, 8ugar Cwed and Old NJ Carolina:
A few Choice, well mnv,io n o.Touna
Beef ToBgyaes. DricdBf, lue5'
Pickled and Smoked fiahnon. i ,
- .- -, . . , , ' .
IMed Applea and PcacbcaJ s : ' .
m OM Gov't Java and Lairuavra. unH rv,r
fees. Roasted and Ground! ffiT f dIUo 9'
GREAT BARGAINS I
FINE BOOK CASES. SIDEBOARDS
- " LIRKAftV! TABLOi'
Iteada. lUttreascs, CluW. 2
HSfei " 6r bargain.. Call "
me before youibuy.
rFIIAT HUMPHREY, JENKINS A CO, f j
oj those GARDEN Itf JflS' rJ !
fJl- iPftny. a" Oysters la the e i
J MCAifc JJ. t
! : j
j ' ' ' !
ill i '" i
James C. Stevenson.
, ? Appleo.
CRATES APPLES OS UX1
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t t j EblaV Aasorted Xpplcsr '
' ; i EgZB, Chickens, Hutted i
Beets. Turnips, etfrt.
A ' ' At HbDbDdALL'3.
!.?? 14 CUcatflQ St, bet. Front and
lan . f..t ,v g. wiixRinxton.
For Poclrct Knives or Table CBt