wbUcbed ovary evening, Sundays ex
JOSH T. JAMES,
EDITOR AND PROPBIKTOB.
SUBSCRIPTIONS rOSTAGE PAID
Jne year $4.00. Six mouth. $2.00. Teres
months, $1.00; One month, 35 cents.
The paper will be delivered by carriers tree
of charge. In any part of the city, at the above
r&ie, or 10 cents per week. .
Advertising rates low and liberal.
ST-Sabscrlbers will report any and all fall
jres to receive tbelr psper regularly.
jy The Daily- Review has the largest
lona fide circulation, of any newspaper
. " h 'ished. in the city of Wilmington. JR
Mr. Cleveland's official comtnuoica
tion to l he legislature resigning tho
Governorship of New York contained
but thirteen wr.rds.
Floating sawmills are common on
the lower Mississippi. They pick up
the drifting logs, turn them into lum
ber"; and sell tho products to planters
along the shore.
Tho newly discovered tin mines of
K ick bridge county. Va., extend over
an area eight miles in length by
one in width, and some of tho ore tak
en out S :T yielded from 50 to 60 per
cent, o mets!.
Levi P. Morton, like Andrew Jobn-
fon, was once a tailor somewhere in
New England N"v he is minister to
France, and likely to be United States
Senator, if wealth and politics can ac
complish the wok.
Arkansas has probably a larger field
of Senatorial candidates .ban any other
Slate, the certainty of one vacancy and
tb; prospect of two having brought out
nearly every aspirant in the State lor a
seat in tho Senate..
"Kid-glove" oranges, grown in
Florida, are so called because when
peeled they are so dry that one can cat
them while wearing kid gloves without
damaging the gloves in the least. They
are small, aromatic in flavor, and of
the Mandarin variety.
A Denver ldy went to the theatre
the other nighl wearing in her hair
half a dozen live humming b;rd3, which
she had trained to sing between the
acts for the amusement of the audience
We tell this story as we find it, but we
shrewdly suspect that it was never fur
ther West than Chicago.
, Grover Cleveland will be inaugurated
on March 4, which this year falls on
Wednesday, as it did in the years when
Jeffcrs o. Jackson and Buchanan were
inaugurated, thus making Wednesday
a good Democratic day without rob
bing tiie Republicans of the credit at
tached to "Black Friday."
To get even with their doctors, two
families in Atlanta recently ornamented
the graves of their dead children with
bottles containing what remained of'the
medicines prescribed by the attending
physicians. Tne bottles bore the
druggists labels, the 'prescriptions,
and the names of the physicians.
M. Alexandre Dumas has presented
to the Corned ie Francaise the only
known example of the handwriting of
Moliere. It is an aetr of one of his plays,
with his signature appended at the
bottom of the last page. It will be
framed with this signature exposed to
view, and placed in the greenroom of
To illustrate the changes in New
Hampshire weather, the Dover Repub
lican says that M. V. B. Felker plough
ed on the 1st day of 1anuiry with a
pair of 900-pound horses, doing the
work as easily as in May. the ground
being in fine condition. The next day
the mercury was below zero.
The year 1885 finds four English
judges still actively pnrsning their ju
dicial labors after attaining the age of
fourscore years. They are Vice Chan
cellor Bacon, who is in his 87th year;
Judge Peaersdorflf, in his 85th; Judge
nuuot, in his 83d. and Judge Bayley,
of the Westminster County Court, also
in hisB3d year.
Wilmington seems determined not to
be outdone in any matter which gives,
prominence to its history. Recently
there has been considerable talk in the
newspapers of the centenarians in the
c .untryand we have read of the death
of several people who had lived to the
astonishing age of more than a hundred
years. Wilmington, not to be outdone
in this or any other matter, records the
death this week of a colored woman
aged 1 10 years. She jw&s interred in
Pine Forest Cemetery.
Do you value the health and comfort
of your children? Then guard them
against croup by taking bold of that
cough or cold at the start, and reliev
ing the inflammation with Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. If they have the whooping-cough
do what you can to alleviate
Jneirpainby giving them Dr. Ball's
Vuh Syrup. All the children love
Good materials properly porport ion ed
which are the essential requisites in
Kfady mixed Paints can be best attain
ed bymjiDg theN Y. Bbamel. Paint
xld at Jacobin Depot. f
VOIi. IX. WILMINGTON. N. C. SATURDAY. JANUARY 17..1885.
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Charge of Sailing I ay a NY Wil 8 S Co
Day's length 10 hours and 4 minutes.
There was no City Court this morn
ing. There were no interments in Bellevue
Cemetery this week.
T,he leceipts of cotton at this port to
day foot up 199 bale-;.
Sunset to-morrow afternoon at 13
minutes past 5 o'clock.
The Register of Deeds issued no mar
riage licence?, this week.
Ash Wednesday falls this year on
February 18th. and Easter on April 5th
There were two interments both
adults in Oakdale Cemetery this week.
There were six ioterments in Pine
Forest Cegnetery this week, four adults
and two children.
Three tramps two white and one
col red were accommodated with
lodgings at the guard house last night.
The popular Melville hats. Gentle
men's fine underwear. The Monarch
Shirt. Crown Collars and Cuffs at
Lydia Peschau, Bur-
cleared to day for Bristol,
Eng., with 1.100 casks spirits turpen
tine and 1.610 barrels rosin, valued at
$17,600, shipped by Messrs. Alex,
Spsunt & Son. ,
Dr. W. G. Curtis, of Smithville. was
in the city to day on his return from
New York, where he has been for the
past ten days. i
I rail cat l ons
For the South Atlantic States, colder,
clearing weather, high Northwesterly
winds and rising barometer.
There were in port to-day 36 vessels.
Of these 18 are barques, 9 German, 3
British, 6 Norwegian and 1 Swedish; 3
brigs, 2 American and 1 Norwegian,
and 15 schponei-3, 12 American, 2 Brit
ish and 1 Spanish.
The receipts of cotton for the week
ending with today foot up 1,152 bales,
against 1,828 bales for the correspond
ing week of last year, a decrease this
week of 676 bales. The receipts for the
crop year to date foot up 85,900 baies,
as against 80,915 bales to same date
last year, an increase this year of 4 985
Church Dedication Services
The solemn services of tho rededica
tion of St. Thomas' Catholic Church
will take place to-morrow. The church
has been so enlarged and adorned as to
take on the appearance of a new church
edifice, hence, as is customary, the cer
emony of rededication.
Most Rev, Dr. James Gibbon, Arch
bishop of Baltimore; Rt. Rev. Dr. H.
Pinkney Northrop, Bishop of Charles
ton, S. C : Rev. N. W. Caugifey V.,
Reo. Mark S. Gross, V. G.; Rev.
James B. White and Rev. P. Moore
the pastor, will be the clergy present
on the occasion.
The R. C ceremonial. for the dedi
cation of a church to Almighty God re
quires that the edifice be first vacated
and empty at the opening of the serv
ices, which begin outside at the church
door. A procession of the elegy isorm
ed, which proceeds around the build
ing, whose walls within and without
are sprinkled with hallowed water
amidst the chanting of psalms. The
Litany is then chanted and the congre
gation, at its close, invited to enter.
Owing to the cold weather, the congre
gation will, be permitted to enter the
church at the opening of the services,
which Will begin at 9:45 a. m.
Solemn Pontifical Mass will be cele
brated by Rt. Rev. H. P. Northrop,
during which the sermon will be
preached by His Grace, the Most Rev.
Archbishop of Baltimore.
Vespers will take place at 7:30 p. m ,
during which Rt. Rev. Bishop North
rop will preach.
Professors VanLaer and Qreenewald
will preside at the new organ and over
the music, which will be ot a very high
order. Seals free. The publio are kindly
Mr. Horace G. Reynold?. Associate
Editor, Herald and Times, Gotlverneur,
N. Y., says he had a serious 61 track of
inflammatory rheumatism, aud that
St. Jacobs Oil, the great conqueror of
pain, cared him.
There was quite a flurry of excite
ment this morning near the corner of
South Front and Dock streets. occa
sioned by i he strange actions of a dog.
who was fit her in a fit or running mad.
His allies drew a large crowd, while
others thought that tfie"'liter part of
valor was discretion," and made tracks
to places of safety. The dog ran into
the warehouse of Messrs Adrian &
Vollers. on the Southwest corner of
Front and Dock streets where he was
shot by a policeman.
The Polo Match.
The match game of polo on skates
between the Red Stockings and Blue
Stockings. which was played at theCiiy
Hall last night, was not largely atten
ded,, although those present enjoyed the
sport very much. The Red Stockings
were the victors in a score ol 6 to 5 for
the Blue Stockings. Mr. J. E Willson
was umpire for the former and Mr.
Tno. H Daneis for the latter club, and
Mr. M. Taylor was the scorer. The
weather was 'unfavorable for a large
crowd, but those preseut were so well
pleased that they requested of the man
agement a repetition ot the entertain
ment, which will probably be given at
some dale wt far distant. After the
game had concluded Capt. Bostowgave
an exhibition 6f some fancy skating
which was very good, and received the
applause of t he spectators.
K. of P.
The Grand Lodge of Knights of
Pythias, of North Carolina, will con
vene at Raleigh on Tuesday, the 10th
day of February next. G. K. ol R. and
S., John L. Dudley, ofthisjeity, wiil at
tend as an officer of the Grand L dge.
and Mr. W. L. Jewett will be the rep
resentative from Stonewall Lodge, No.
1. and Mr. J. G. L Gieschen wiil be
the representative from Germania
Lodge, No. 4. At the suggestion of
Supreme Chancellor Hon. John Van
Valkenburg, the 21st anniversary of
the Order is to be appropriately ob
served.on the 19th of next month by the
fraternity throughout the world. Grand
Chancellor W. T. Hollowell joins the
Supreme Chancellor's recommendation
that the 19th ba becomingly observed in
'The Problems of Education
Hon. Carl Sfthurz, in selecting his
ubject for he lecture at the Opera
House next Tuesday night, could hard-
lw Kvr rumta ohn'ine of n. thfimfi of
Nriore importance aud interest to our
people than ' the Problems of Educa
tion," which is announced for that oc
casion. He has been prominently be
fore our people as a statesman, writer
and speaker for nearly or quite a
quarter of a century, and by observa
tion, experience and training is pecu
liarly fitted to treat upon the subject in
a lucid, interesting and instructive
manner. It is a theme upon which the
minds of all intelligent men and women
of the country are deeply interested
and is being discussed in every circle
ot society where moral, social and in
tellectual advancement are desired.
The Library Association, under whose
auspices the lecture will be given, de
serve well of our people in securing Mr.
Schurz to lecture here and we trust
that there may be a large audience to
do justice to the Association, the speak
er and the subject.
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From the Frozen North.
Mr. S. A. Haney, Signal Officer in
this city, has a set of photographic
views taken in the Arctic regions dur
ing the ill-fated Proteus expedition,
which consist, first, of pictures of
Capt. Pike, the commander of the ves
sel, Lieut. Garlington, who commanded
the expedition, and the famous dog,
now the property ot Lieut. Garlington;
2d the Proteus nipped in the ice, "July
23d, 1883 ; 3d the Proteus abandoned
iust before sinking, July 23d, 1883;
4th tho small whale-boat in which the
entire paity travelled nearly 700 miles
to Uppernavic, encountering a severe
gale in Melville Bay during the passage
together with the larger boat furnished
by the Governor of Uppernavic, with
which they travelled nearly 200 miles;
6th English supply station established
by Capt. Nares at Carey Island in 1875:
where the party stopped, but found the
provisions ruined ; 6th skin boats
(kyacks) used by tho Esquimaux in
fishing, and 7th two Esquimaux girls
dressed m a fashion which ' would put
Dr. Mary Walker in ecstacies. The
pictures were taken by Mr. W. H. La
mar, formerly on duty here, who ac
companied the expedition.
We observe quite a fine display ol
new Revolvers-for very reasonable
prices, at Jacob? Hardware Depot.f
The I?lack Timers.
It is reported here that the mate to
the tiger which was killed on Thursday
on Black River, and which was exhi
bited hero, was hunted doa and killed
in Sampsnu county last week. Those
two animals are undoubtedly these
wiiich escaped from Robinson's Circus
last winter, between) Norfolk and Sol
folk. They were black tigers, said to
have been the only two of the species ro
this country, and were of course very
valuable. It is likely that they were
driven South by the recent cold weather
following the instinct which led them
to turn towards a tropical country.
. The Gaie.
The wind, which blew quite fresh
yesterday afternoon, increased to a gale
during the night and blew with un
usual severity, the weather becoming
perceptibly cooler in the early morning
hours of the day. The maximum ve
locity of wind in this city was at a little
after midnight and at about half pa9t
8 o'clock this morning, at which hours
it blew at the rate ot 32 miles per hour.
The average force of wind during the
gale was more than 25 miles per hour.
At Smithville the maximum velocity
reached 38 miles per hour, but we did
not learn at what time this occurred.
As the morning adiced the wind
abated somewhat anu shifted to the
North with much colder weather. The
lines were blown down in all direc
tions, so that no report of the extent of
the gale had been received here up to the
time of this writing. It is quite proba
ble that the gale has been quite genial
in this section, and we may expect to
have that considerable damage has
been done to shipping along the coast.
The Grand Loci ere.
Froths the News and Observer we clip
the following relative to the last day's
proceedings of the Grand Lodge A., F.
& A. M. of North Carolina:
Yesterday Grand Master F. H. Bus
bee appointed the following grand offi
cers : Grand Chaplain, T. T. Oliyer;
Senior Grand Ueacon, J. W. Gidney;
Junior Grand Deacon, John W. Cot
ten; Grand Sword Bearer, J. H. Ben
ton ; Grand Pursuivant, John A. Nich
ols; Grand Marshal, A. H. W(illiams;
Grand Tiler, Miles Goodwin.
Th-se officers and the officers chosen
Wednesday evening, Fabius H. Bus
bee, Grand Master; Charles H. Robin
son, Deputy Grand Master; Samuel H.
Smith, Senior Grand Warden ; H. A.
Gudger, Junior Grand Warden; Wil
liam E. Anderson, Grand Treasurer;
Donald W. Bain, Grand Secretary,
were all installed, with the usual im
posing and impressive ceremonies, by
P. G. M. Edwin G. Reade, assisted by
P. G. M. John Nichols.
A great deal of business was trans
acted yesterday, most of it being iou
tme work, yet considerable related to
the Oxford Orphan asylum. Two new
directors of that, institution were chos
en. These are Rev. C. T. Bailey, for
the long term ot five years, and T. A.
Green, for the short term of one year,
to fill the vancy caused by the resigna
tion of H. H. Munson. It is proper to
state that Dr. H. T. Bahnson, whose
term expired, declined a re-election, on
account of impaired health.
The Grand Lodge adjourned late yes
terday afternoon. The meeting was an
interesting one, and as has been stated,
notable not only by reason ol thel large
attendance but on account of the tine
personnel of the delegates, &c.
A reporter spent an hour very pleas
antly in the fine hall of the grand lodge
of Masons, admiring the many portraits
of grand masters which are on the
The room is a large one and of course
most of the articles of furniture are odd
to an outsider. mere are curious
chairs and all sorts of Masonic para
phernalia. The library is quite a good
one. The charters of the various Ral
eigh lodges are displayed upon the
wall. The portraits mentioned are
neariy ail in oil. Thes run in rowrs, ac
cording to date of service very nearly.
There are a few crayons. It is really
the only collection of portraits in Ral
eigh, and the second in the Stale, the
first being at the University.
The portraits are of P. W. Fanning.
John II. Wheler (the historian) Gen.
Samuel F. Patterson, John Louis Tay
lor, Dr. C. H. Jordan, A. T. Jerkins,
William F. Collins, Dr. P. A. Holt.
Allred Martin, Lewis S., Williams, R.
B. Vance, R. W. Best, C C. Clark, Dr.
William G. Hill. Dr. E. F. Watson,
Dr. Jonn McCormick, Hon. Edwin G
Reade. David Stone, William T. Bain,
John Nichols, George W. Blount, H.
H. Munson, W R. Cox, H. F. Grain
ger. Robert Bingham.
One of the curiosities in thexoom is
a charter, printed on silk, ran ted 'a
lodge in this State, in 1771, by the
Duke of Beaufort, Grand Master of
thn Graod Lodge ot Great Britain
The other curiosity is a corner-stone.
a granite slab roughly carved. It is
about six feet long and a foot square.
On it is the following inscription:
"Cornerstone Grand Lodge of North
Carolina afld Tennessee. Hiram Lodge,
No. 40, City of Raleigh, January 24tb,
1813. R. Williams, Grand Master." It
also has the following inscription: -'Exhumed
March, 1880." The stone was
set in the foundation of the oid Masonic
hall, corner West Morgan and South
Dawson streets. When it was laid
North Carolina and Tennessee were in
The Little Joker."
The Lowell (Mass.) Times, in speak
ing of the above named play, which is
to be presented at the Orcra House in
this city next Monday night, with Miss
Carrie Swain in the title role, Fav3:
Miss Swain is overflowing with fun
and jollity, and sings, nces aud kicks
up her heels in a manner that Lotta
bleed not be ashamed of. In the pathet
ic portion ot her role the httlc lady is
very effective, and promises to .become
one of the bright particular star3 in her
own peculiar line. Those who like to
laugh have ample incentive, and those
who have tears to shed have good cause
to let them flow.
Reserved seats now on sale at Hcins-
Church Services To-Morrow.
St. John's Churcn, corner Third and Red
Cross streets. Rev. James Carralchael. D. D..
Rector. -ii;cond Sunday after Epiphany, Jan.
lsth, 18S5 Hcly Communnion at . 30 o'clock,
a.m. Morning Prayer at llo'clock. Sunday
School at 3 3U o'clock, p. m. Evening Prsver
at 7.3) p. m.
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
Sixth and Market streets, Rev. P. W. E. Pes
cbau, Pastor. Communion Services In English
at 11 o'clock, a. m. German services at 7.30
o'clock, p. m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock,
p. m. W. H. Strauss, Superintendent.
Second Presbyterian Church, corner of
Fourth, and Campbell streets. Pev. J. W.
Primrose, Pastor, services at 11 a. m. and
7.30 p.m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m
First Baptist Church, corner of Market and
Filth streets. Rev. T. II. Pritchard. U. 1.,
pantor. Services at 11 a. m. aud 7 3) p. ml
Sunday School at 3 30 p. m. Young men's
prayer meeting Tuesdav night at 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer and praise meeting Thursday night
at 7. So o'clock.
First Presbyterian Church, corner Third aln
Orange streets. Rev. Josenh R. Wilson
D. D., Pastor. Services at if a. m. and 7 30
p. ro. Liectnre Thursday at 7.30 p. m
Fifth Street M. E. Church, letween Nun and
Church streets, Rev. 1. H. Tuttle, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. aud 8 p. m. ; Class meet
ing at 3 p. m. ; Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at 7Vfe o'clock.
Front Street M. E. Church, South, corner of
Front and Walnut streets. Rev. Dr. E. A.
Yates, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7Va p
m. Sabbath school at 3 p. m., W. M. Parker,
superintendent. Prayer meeting and lecture
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Christian
Association Tuesday evening after first and
third Sabbaths, at 8 o'clock. Seats free and
strangers and visitors cordially invited.
Services at St. Mark's Church, corner Sixth
and Mulberry stfteeto, are as follows : On Sun
days at 11 o'clock, a. m and 7.30 o'clock, p.
m. On Saints' days. Morning Prayer at 7.30
a. in. and 4. 3D p. m. Sunday School at St.
Barnabas School House on Sundays at 3.30 p.
m. SL Mark's Church Is a free Church.
St Thomas' Pro-Cathedral. First Mass at 7
a m. Second Mass at 10 av m. Vespers and
Benediction at 5 o'clock p m . Daily Mass at
G:30 a m.
Religious services in Tileston Upper Room
every Sunday at 3 P M. Public cordially In
vited. Christ Church (Congrcgationalist) Nun street
between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. D. D. Dodge,
minister. Preaching services at 11 o'clock, a.
m. and 8 o'clock, p. m. Pastor's Bible Class
at 12.15 p. m, Prayer and Praise meeting,
Wednesday, 8 o'clock, p. m. Snnday School,
3 o'clock, p. m.. In Memorial Hall, corner 7th
and Nun sts.
Second Baptist Church, on Sixth, between
unurcu una casue si
J. P. King,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p
p. m. sun
day School at 9 a. m. Prayer meeting every
First Baptist Church, (col.) corner of Fifth
and Campbell streets, A. M. Conway, pastor.
Preachinglat 10.30 a. m.. 3 p. m., and 7,30 p.
m. S. S. -ichool at 1 p. m.
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jan 16 lwk
OX-OABL SCHURZ. THE EMINENT
Statesman and, Orator, will deliver an adilres
on "The Problems of Educat'on", l'n 'er the
auspices of the Wilmington jLlI rary Aps-ch
tion. Box fc'h.et &ien at Hctnsberger's Mon
day mornlog. Reserved Seata 7 ; ginerul ad-
mission &0o. Lecture to commence at 8 o'cHk. ;
jnnlGtd J t-tnrc.opy
On? ftiglit Only ! Monday, January 19,
The C harmlnj Soubrctte,
MISS CAKUFE SWAIN,
Supported by a strong and efficient Dramat
ic 10.. under the management of Fued. G
Maeder, in her latest and greatest play, en"
THE LITTLE JOKER,
Written expressly for Carrie Swsln, who will
appear a 3 ''Chirp" the Little Joker, with her
world renowned character impersonations. -New
Songs, Dancca. Ac. Reserved Seats on
sale at Heinsberfcer's Saturday. dec 15 3t
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market affords, at
MRS. ROBERT LEE'S,
113U. Market Bt.. hot UVnnt ard Vopnnr!
R3BBING OFFFRED IN ALL KINDS
of FANCY GOODS. Just opened a cheap lot
of fine Satin Ribbons, all shades. A few!
shades of ColoredJ3ilk Velvets, cheap.
Table Damask, Towellngs, Napkins, Cona
t3rpnes, with other Household Goods'.
A few of the $2.53 Gent's Silk Umbrellas
A great reduction In Woolen Underwear Ifor
Ladies, Gent) and Boys.
JOHN J. HEDBICK
rjlHAT OF SENDING NORTH FOB Every
little article, I hlGking to buy it cheaper than
at home. We propose to duplicate any order
that you may send ff for in our line at the
same you pay North, and you eave freight.
C W. YATES.
Blank Books, Stationery, School
Books, Pianos, Organs, 4 c .
119 Market St
JEW MOBE OF THAT CELEBRATED
FIRST-CLiSS WHI-KEY j oat receive .
CAROLINA YACHT CLUB fc CIGARS
stiH bolda the Cake. Try McGO WAN'S Old
North -ta'c Saloou and cave money,
Coiioley's Drag Store,
216 MARKET STICEET.
v . i
TN CONSEQUENCE OF MY LARGE Christ
mas trade, 1 will sell the balance of ay holi
day goo at cost to make room for my Drugs,
Patent Me slcines and such art'eies as are usu
ally kepin a first chua retail Drug frtore
dec 29 i J. W. CONOLEY.!
A $15 Prize.
A SPIENDID SATIN I JNED RUSSIAN
LEATHER LA DIE 6 DRESSING CASE wl''
be presented to the party bur Ing the largest
amount of Holiday Goods between this date
and January 1st, lfcSS. Come awl see the
V F.C MILLER'S,
Tuesday, January 20th.