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JOSH. T. JAMES,
DTPOB AUD fROKHIKTOX.
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Advertising rates low and liberal
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.11 failure to receive their papers regularly.
MR. EVILL AND ME BR1CC
In the discussion in the House on
Tuesday, on the propc ition to repeal the
Uw under which the Southern claims
cotiiuiifai ' w a organ 'zed, the following
l,Ar-6Ae At arms (we quote from the JRe
cW)tok P,iiCe Detween Mr Ra8611
Greenbakr from this district and Mr.
Bragg, Democrat from Wisconsin:
Mr Russell. Whatever may be the
pury at i he gentleman from Wiscon
sin, and it is immaterial what bis purpose
U tbetflect of tie amen Irneut he ha-prnpuH-d
is to fling not only an injury
Out an insult upon tu tueu of the South.
And s r, I umlrriake to say that if there
. ... mn nnilor rhia fr.ivprn.
I n who d. serve the consideration of Ptber lar8e freiht to'd
I his G"vernment, to whom the people of J Yho
these L uited butesowe a aeot or grau-tu.it-
which ttey have never paid, it is
iti Union u eu of the Southern States
v ,ii niHV search nistorv in vain amone
the i stances where men have suffered Spring chickens for the next generation
aud endured for opioion's sake the )f men to eat.
WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY- APRIL 18, 1879
J. O. Meant, DruggiH Pond's Extract.
P. HsiasBiaaia Destruction and Recon
struction. A Shbibb-All Ir 1 Call In !
Another hard rain last night.
The offshore signal is Hying to-day.
Blankets snd overcoats are agin in
1 he steamer A .1. Jiur. took on an-
was it said something ab ut
winter beginning in the lap of spring?
Poultry breeders are preparing to hatch
The passion tiowei appears among
other large fl iral decorations for eveuing
New styles of txpensive parasols are
announced and several young ladies pro-
Huguenots of France; the Disseuters ol
Scotland; the Puritans of England you
will search history in vain to find an in
fiance mure illustrious than that ot tne
Union men of North Carolina and East
ern Teunessee. They suffered for a prin
ciple It cost nothing to be a Union man
.... ... O.o nhrirui of T.alro MipUicun- if r.nut
nothing to be a Union man under the P086 to keeP 8Dady
r i I TV 4 , . 1 I
protection ol tne union Army; duo tne Business anneais u b .muiallv dull
en who stood by the flag upon southern l0day are J to oU
SOU UloUlay eu iun unuiuuaiu auu tuc I
valor worfhy of heroes and of martyrs. Umed from any quarter.
iot only taat.jnr, nut injustice is done Qut Qf tDe nine peri,on8 now confined
1. . 1 . U 9intk ir. tklii r. H rv, n t I
10 lUC lilOU Ul tua uuuvu iu lino abiciut" . i , i
which is made by the gentleman trom 1Q the cty prison eight are lemales; the
WIscods n and others who think as he remaining one is or me sierner sex
Nast has resumed his depredations.
would be interesting to know how the
4y was dropped from his name.
d es to m ke it appear that there we e no
U. i n men in the South. I am gratified
to bear gentlemen upon that side admit
that there were Union men in the South
of respectability. It has become, Mr.
Chairman, respectable in this country and The amount of pin money required by
no tms noor to s ur tne union men oi me f, mapriM woman denenda nn whthpr
C . ... U It W a a t U the VnrrKfnnaH I
thing, the highly respectable thing, to sbe uae aiamona pins or roiling pins.
i iv.i i j i. i
niaKe h appear luat lucre were uo ueoeui .lmoa, .oi fhot 5f r,,lrl
men true to tne union on soumern sou. , , . , . .
Hit, the assertion or the insinuation is a cloudy and bowery yesterday and to-day
s ander upon men who were the equals and cloudy and shewery it was and is.
nf t.h irpnl.Umpn u hn have mads l.hat I
I mt j . ? i j a i 11. l 1
statement or of any other gentlemen ine aamuess anu most spimueue iauy
uj on this floor. Applause J - at a tea party will sit on the hind legs of
What, sir, is this proposition? it is her chair and eat Dickies when at home.
A AL l 1.1 1 1 ! I
to taae ine property oi rne loyai men oi
the S.uth, and at:er having taken it for t have used Dr. Bull's Coush Svrup
the support of your armies, while they an(i foutH ,t the best cough remedyll ever
perhaps were themselves fighting and tried. W. P. Clarke, 920 Walnut Street,
giving their blood for the defence of your
hag, to take that property and then re
fuse to pay them for it. The gentleman
may say this does not exclude a decision
of their claimc; but what tribunal does he
propose to estal 1 sh ?
Mr. Warner. Will the gentleman
yield to me for a question ?
The Chairman. The time of the gen- Mr. Hasbagen, one of the courteous and
tleman from North Carolina Mr. Rus- obliging young men at the Postoffice; who
Philadelphia, November 27, 1875
In a short time we shall have the open
ings.of the spring btyles of millinery.
LeDt is over and the fashions can now be
sell has expired.
Mr Russell. I am willing to hear the
Mr. Warner. Does the gentleman
propose to ask this House to appropriate
money to pay for property of Union men
has been quite sick for nearly a week past,
is, we are pleased to see, again at his post.
The rain appears (o have been pretty
general all through the middle and east-
which be as an officer in the confederate em portions of this State and the farm
service, ae I understand he was, helped ers'and hucksters'ihearts have been made
1 m a-
to destroy ?
Mr. Russell. No, sir; and the gentle
man knows I do not.
o o o o
Mr. Brat;?. I move to strike out the
lust word ot the amendment of the gen-
t'eman from Tenneesee, IMr. Youig. It
has been said here that the "gentleman
from Wisconsin" bad a purpose, and 1 1 e
gentleman from Indiana air. Baker J did
not know what that purpose was. I can
tell him. My Durpose is to prevent tUis
Large quantities of rosin are being ac
cumulated on the wharves and naval
stores yards in this city. There were
nearly one hundred thousand barrels in
stock last Monday.
The peculiar shape of the animal spill
ing the lager, as mentioned yesterday,
made us call it a mule. It oujht to
Government from paying any debts that be a mule, but it wasn't it was a horse.
. : . i n is Li. n'u . 4 :,. I '
H la uob leaiiy u o 10 pay. j it is i . t
c.6' rj inm in justice to the mule.
is to d re vent gentlemeL on the other side.
who advocate loyalty upon the fl or of
this House, from issuing campaign docu
Riss at half-past five on these early
spriug mornings and see tne pale fresh
ments, and calling us confederates who are Sss on the slopes, and hear the blue
attempting to rob the Government, and birds singing, and do not stay out of bed
denouncing me as the coadjutor of the too long or you may catch cold.
South d stributing 'taffy' to the North.
I want these gentlemen to face the music. The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows will
wS2iSrS!!!!!S meet in Fayetteville on the 13:h of May.
behind the shadow ol 'loya ty,' Loyalty! mW , - a , L J
Were a large majority of the people of lbe Grand Encampment of the same or
Tennessee leys! ? Then why, in God's der Wl" meet at the same time and place
name, did that State go out of the Union,
costing us more blood and treasure to
restore it to its place thau any other
State except Virginia ? If the loyalty of
t he people of Tennessee allowed that State
to give us so much resistance and trouble
it is a proper punishment to them that
As the Episcopal Convention meets there
on the 14ih, Fayetteville will be pretty
well crowded with visitors.
Cot Waddell Accept'.
Ilou. A. M. Waddeli has accepted the
we make the laws of nations applicable invitation extended to him to delivere
to them. The people with whom th-MpmftFia, AlWfWM in Va. i
you live are toe people by whom you " " t ' T wo
are to be lodged. Was North Carolina an from the tfttf ShdL The people
loyal? When did the gentleman from that of that good city are expecting something
State Mr. Russell learn about those unnsally One and it is needless to sav
!l... I 1 " 1 -t vt a n J
.uyi pcupi ui vnu vro- tuat tb wfU disappointed,
line 8. Serving himself in toe confederate - 5 rr
army, I am not surprised that, coming W L I.
from a State where under carpet -bag rule, '
a confederate capUin could leave the rae Wilmington Light Infautry held
army to go to the Legislature and from I another meeting at their Armory last
thence graduate a republican judge with- night and received an addition to their
out ever having been an inmate of a law r .;VH. . 3Z1 ,
. til , . , . .T , r i j j corps ot two new members. But for the
orbce, to him the rules of law and evidence . ; .
adopted by the court of commissioners of inclemency of the weather it is thought
claims seems wise and fitting and meets there would have been a much larger at-
with fv t. (Laughter and applause.) tpndn Th
The steamer Wave left FayeOaviUe yes-1 the paoy will be in May and just
terday evening at 6 o'clock, and this Prlor to Memorua W whesx all mat-
morning at 8 o'clock, or thereabout, was I ien perUiniag to the interests of the
tied up alongside of her wharf, 'in this company will be brought forward again
city. I and duly discussed.
Settled Up 1
The pugilistic encounter between (two
huckstahes at the fut of Maiket street
yesterday afternoon, and their subsf qunt
arrest by a policeman.caused quite a crowd
of idle cut iosity-8 ekers to attend at the
City Hall tnh morriug about the hour foi
the City Court to convene. But they were
ail disappointed, as the two persons above
mentioned walked p like li'tle meu to
tne Mayor, each exhibiting about the eye
niarka' of the conflict, and quietly agreed
to submit th c ise. Ill is Honor aaid $10 and
costs,wbicb was divided between them.and
the Ci y Treasury wa the recipient for
the first time of a sum of money from a
p t r of huckstair .
New Stiial fetor) by Jtau Ingelow
A new teria! story by Jean Ingelow
will begin in the number of LitlelFs Liv
ing Aye for the week ending April 26th
It is published Irom the author's advance
shee 8, and opens in a very interesting
way. The progress of a new story by
this popular writer will be eagerly watch
ed. A w volume oi The Living Age,
by the way, began with the first number
of April, affording a good time for the
beginning of new subscriptions. For
fifty-two numbers of sixty-four large
pages each (or more than 3,000 pages a
year), the subscription price ($8) is low ;
while for $10.50 the publishers offer to
send my one of the American $4 month
lies or weeklies with The Living Age for
a year, postpaid. Littell 3c Co., Boston,
Neckties and fichus are made of bre
tonne laee in all shapes. A very pretty
fichu is of cream-colored crepe lisse, em
broidered with a garland of flowers in
pale, natural shades. It is trimmed
around with a plaiting of bretonne lace.
The great beauty of this fichu consists in
the way in which it is draped. Instead
of falling from the shoulders straight down
to the waist it is turned over near the
shoulder, which makes the drapery fall
full and gracefully. The email caps for
morning wear change continually in shape
and trimming. Sometimes they form a
kind of "calotte mauresque,'' made of
bright colored silk, trimmed with gilt and
silver sequins, and sometimes they are
formed of a twisted scarf in a pale shade
with flowers intermixed. All material,
such as velvet, satin, surah, and muslin
are used for these eaps. They are gen
erally trimmed with bretonne lace.
Among the articles now embroidered
in colors are,in addition to table-linen and
under-garments, as already mentioned
tea-sets adorned with garlands of flowers.
Pillow-shams are also worked in this way.
The tea sets are of plain linen, fringed out
on either side of the table-cloth and
napkin. A little above the fringe is a
handsome blue, red, or ecru embroidery
in open work.
Fans are now made to correspond with
the spring suits. Some are of "Pekia sat
ine" in all shades, trimmed cn the upper
border with a very narrow galloon em
broidered wi.h different flowers. Another
style, called the "sphinx," has just ap
peared, and meets with great success. It
is of black tatin and g uzo, embroidered
with shaded silk.
Shoes and gaiters are made for spring
use in all fancy styles. They are of kid,
stitched with white, and are very n ir
row on the end. These gaiters are made
of colored cloths, such as brown , gray, or
beige, with black tops stitched with
white, and lacing on the side, or on the
top. Slippers are of g'ace kid, em
broidered at the end of the foot with How-
era of every hue, and trimmed with a
rosette made of satin loops in all the
shapes of the embroidery. B'ack silk
hose are worn a ith these slippers, which
are embroidered on the top of the foot and
upper part of the leg with many-colored
Black satin toilets are in much favor
for Parisian even ing wear. These black
suits are wora without any other color to
relieve them, with the exceptiun of the
colors of the flowers.
Perhaps the funniest object is the man
whe spends his first day in a newspaper
office. lie tries to appear as if he bad been
in a newspaper office all his life, but
somehow he doesn't seem to feel easy.
There seems to be too many bones in his
Style, elegance, location, moderate
prices, and choice of either the American
plan $2.50 to $3.00, or the European
plan $1.00 per day, and upwards, meals
in the elegant restaurant attached to the
house, all unite in giving the traveller
more for the same money, at the brand
Central Hotel, New York, than elsewhere.
The Storm at Xew Iilet
Capt. Harper, of the steam-yacht Pass
port, .informs us that the storm of Wed
nesday night and yesterday morning was
very severe at the mouth of the river.
The wind vas from the Southeast and
the blow was a hard one. No damages
of any importance are reported near
Smithville, but a serious injury has been
inflicted on the rock-wrk across New
Inlet, a portion of the upper part of the
works having been washed away the en
tire length across the Inlet. Capt. Har
per thinks 't will take two months hard
work to repair the damages done to the
works at that point
W. H. Boyette was again brought out
of jail for trial before Justice Gardner this
afternoon at 3 o'clock for the larceny of
one pulpit lamp from the First Baptist
Church (colored) corner of Fifth and
Campbell streets, and quite a number of
school books and bibles from 8t. Barn
abas' Colored Episcopal School. Also
several articles taken from the kitchen of
Mr. Chas. II. Robinson's residence sev
eral months ago.
The property of the different parties
was identified by competent witnesses and
the accused bound over in the sum of $50
in each case for his appearance at the
next term of the CriminaL Court.
The articles above mentioned were all
found in the possession of Jane Willis,
colored, who swears that they were
brought to her house by the aecused, W .
More Arrests A Full Prison.
Two of the soiled doves in Paddy's
Hollow, known as Fanny Gore and MoL
lie Harriss, the former white and the lat
ter colored, were taken to the City Hall
this morning under arrest, charged with
disorderly conduct. They were given in
charge of the Janitor who is rather per
plexed as to what be shall do with them
as the lim ts of the prison are not
each as to provide comfortably for
those who are now serving out sentence
within its walls, the number being so
great that two are compelled to occupy
each cell. This was the case before the
last arrest. The care of so many prison
ers of such character as those who are
confined th re now wil', we fear, make
sad inroads into the health of the am'ahle
and modest Day Janitor at the Hall. We
hope, however, he will soon find re'ief
from the arduous and laborous duties
which he is now called upon to perform.
Cape Fear Tobacco Works.
Tne erection ot the Cape Fear Tobacco
Works, of this city, was commenced a few
days ago. The location of the buildings,on
Chestnut,betweenSixth andSeventh streets,
was selected because of the elevated posi
tion and the comparative dryness of the
atmosphere. T&e dimensions of the main
building, which will be two stories and a
jump, is 40 by 75 feet. Messrs. H.
Brunhild & JJro , of this city, and
W. L. Meadows, of Henderson,
Granville county, are the projectors and
proprietors of the works, Mr. Meadows Is
said to be one of the oldest manufacturers
of tobacco in the State, he having had over
thirty years of practical experience in tte
business. The prop rietors propose manu
f&cturing plug and smoking tobaccos, and
wil get most of their crude material from
Granville county, which can be brought to
this city for less money than the manu
factured article. M Meadows will super-
iatend the works here, and will bring
skil ed labor with bim, but will employ
some bands ia this ci y. Employment
will be furnished to fifty hands.
They propose to commence manufactur
ing on or about the fifth of May. If the
enterprise proves a success, as no doubt it
will, the buildings and facilities will be
enlarged. Mr. B. D. Merrill has the can
tract fo: erecting the factory
But few persons are aware of the great
amount of grapes raised in New Jersey.
Alfred Speer is known to be the larges.
wine grower east of the Rocky Mountainst
His Port Grape Wine is the best, and is
conaide-ed by physicians and chemists as
the best wine to be procured. It is or
dered to London and Paris, where it is
becoming very popular among wealthy
families. For sale by J. C. Munds, P. L
Bridgers & G and Green & Flanner
To all who are suffering from the er -rors
and indiscretions ot youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood
&c, I will send a recipe that will cure
yon, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a eelf-ad Jressed
envelope to the Bar. Joseph T. Inhak,
Motion D, New York City
DIOCESROF NORTH CAROLINA
Bishop Atkinson's Appointments.
Raster Day, April Vi Edenton
Tuesday, April 15. .St Peter's
Chapel, GatPS county
Wednesday, April 16 ..Gatesville
Thursday, April 17 Wintot
Friday, Apiil 18 Muifreesboro
Ap:il 20,1st Mi n d ay af Easter,
Voodille, Beriie or
April 22 Wind oi
April 24 Jackson
April 25, pm ... I H,ifax
April 26am ... rialiiax
April 27, 2d Sunday af;er
Collections mule at each place for Dio
Consuiupti m Cured.
An old physician, retired from prac
tice, haviug had placed in his hands by
an East India missionary the formula ot
a simple vegetable remedy, for the speed
and permanent cure for consumption
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throa
and lung affections, also a positive auc
radical cure for nervous debility aud ali
nervous complaints, after having tested
its wonderful curative powe. s in thous
ands of cases, has felt it his duty to make
it known to his suffering fellows. Act
uated by this motive, aud a desire to re
lieve human suffering, I will send, free ol
charge, to all who desire it, this recipe,
with full directions for preparing and
nsing, in German, French, or English.
Sent by mail by addressing with stamp,
naming this paper. W. W. Sherar, 149
Bowers' Blocfe, Rochester, New York.
Bugs, alligators, beetles, toads, and all
sorts of quaint, queer and curious things
are found among the carved ornaments of
In this city, on the 18th iast , little
GEORttE, ia'tant son of Geo. W. and Ida 0.
"The Lord eireth and the Lord taketh
away. Blessed be the name of the Lord."
In Pittabcro, N. C, on the morning of the
ISth inst . MARY LONDON, youngest
daught r of Roberc H. and Ida Cowan, aged
1 year and 6 months.
''Clothed in robes of spotbss white,
Now it dwells with Thee in light."
iew Cane Seat Chairs
THE FIRST EVER USED IN A Barber
Shop in this city. I have as my assist
ants James Chu chill and Wm. Bateman, A
Dry Shampoo and Hair Tonic made by the
b st Druggist in the city, a perfect cure for
Dan duff, Falling Out of Hair and
Diseases of the scalp. Prices reduced :
Hair Cutting, 25 cents; Shampooing,
20 cents; Shaving, 15 cents or 6 for $1 ; Mus
tache Dyeing, 16 to 25 cents. Ladies Sham
pooed at thei residences, 50 cents.
C. H. WARD,
apl 17-3t Next National Bank.
N. C. Bacon.
We will be glad to receive eonmaabstioni
from our friends on any and all subjects ot
general interest bu: :
T e name of the'wrltar matt . alwy be fa
Dished to the Editor
Communieatioct tnest be written on on'y
one side of the paper.
Personalities must be avoided.
And it is especially and parti, alarly und
stood tLat the Editor does not always endo
the views of corresj o a dents, unless so state
ia the editorial columns.
Wake Up !
BROW a & RODDICK.
45 Market Street
QFFEa TfciK FOLLOWING SPECIAL
bargains and will ornuience the sa'e of the
same on Monday the 14th April, 1679.
Best Q-iality Get W 3DPFRFINE and '.
STOUT HALF HOSE, 25 cts. pair,
formerly 37j cent.
55 Dozen Latest Ftyles Ladies' Bcws, 25 ets.
each. Regular price 62.
50 boz n Best Quality 3 butti u La Jies' Kid
Glcves, 85c, worih $1.50.
JO D z n Ladies' Out Sixe Hose, 2ic, price
250 Dtzen Worsted Dress Fringe', 12Xc
per yard, cheap at 30c.
T T n
40 Dozen Children's Striped Hose, 10c, uraal
price 20c a pair.
10 Dozen Ladies' SHETLAND Woel SUwIs
in assorted Colors, $1, good value at $2.
VERY CHOICE LOT.
WELL SMOKED AND TRIMMED.
MESSINA LEMONS and ORANGES.
Fresh Lot BURNETT'S EXTRACTS.
COFFEE ROASTED DAILY. The only
place in the city where you can
get any grade WARM.
Ti EXTRA FLOUR,
CHOICE DAIRY BUTTER,
FINE N. O. SYRUP,
And other Standard article;.
a pi 17 d&w HALL & PEARSALL.
Cheap for Cash.
IN LOTS TO 8UITTH3 TRADE :
3,00u BoU Shell Lime,
100 ttlla Family Flour,
10,100 Lbs. Sugar Cured Hams,
Apples, Turnips, Oranges,
Lemon, Butter, Cheese. Ae.
ConsigamenU of Country Produce, Poul
try, Era. Ae., always nn band.
31 T. B. EmSDfUuiOn A CO ,
apl 16 Front st.
rpHE WLMi.NUTtKN JOURNAL, im one
aftbevarv at ad rer tisin jr Jmedi nu ia tU
State. Try it.
1550 Yards Colored Silk Figured Barege, 15c
per yard, GOOD va'ue 40c.
The aboTe does nat embrace all the SPE
CIAL BAKGAI4 we hare secured during
the four weeks passed in the markets, having
spared neither trouble or time in order to ac
complish our object. It affords us even more
pleasure than it does our patrons to put de-i-rab
e goods on this market below their actual
value as it increases our business and is really
the cbtapest system of advertising as well as
the true policy of e tending any boainc-si.
We are also offering great inducements in
all our regular purchases and can with safety
add tht at no time bare our facilities been
equal to the present reason, an1 we are deter
mined to put onr regular stock of (teneral
Dry Goods on this market at a lower rste of
per centage than ever before. See adver
tisement in Star.
Brown & Roddick.
45 Market Street
81Z3S. SPECIALTIES, v.z : Dtntrl-
fice, Toilet Soap, Oiutment, Medicated Pap r,
(1000 sheets). For sale by
JAMES C. MUHD8, Druggist,
apl 16 Third street, Opp. City HalL
Destruction and Recon
struction. PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF THE
LATE WAR. By H1CHARD TaYLOK,
Lieutenant-General in the Confederate Army.
"As a writer he is vigorous, sparkling, eru
dite, and entertaining to a degree. Hit op
portunities for the observation of menazid
things have been such as few p'wesscd, and
he has made good use of them. Of course ne
views the lata war from a Southerner' stand
point, but both sides receive censure at bi
bands. The great interest in bis book to
many will, do doubt, be the iharpnet wito
which be criticises men and measure. Wbe e
least expected, he pours forth batter u of sar
casm and denunciation, and spa'es no one
whom be thinks deserves sbowivg up." N.
Price $2. For sale at
apl 16 Live Book ard Music More .
All In! Call In!
JOT OXiiY THE LARGEST AND Best
Selected and Cheap, st slock of Clothing in
the city, but a Splendid Assortment cf
Hats and Caps for Gents', Youth.' and L'oj '
of ail styles, qualities and prices. Also the
best Cnlaundrkd Shirt in the c'ty for 75
cents and the best Laundi ied Shirt ia the city
for $1. 0, at
SHRIKE'S TWO STORKS,
apl 9 Marks s.
ADVEBTIjsE in he Wilmington Joarna
One of the odlest weekly paper pub
lished in tae State. Office corner. Water tad
Cheat an t strceu ap .s taira.