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KDTTOB ASU PROPRIETOR.
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months, $1 ! ; Gne month, 50 cents,
rhe paper will be delivered by carriers,
r. ()f charge, in any part of the city, at the
lb,1Te rates, or 13 cents per week.
Advertising rates low and liberal
jSuoacriberg will please report any and
failures to receive their paper regularly .
BROWN & RODDICK,
45 Market Street-
WILL FIGHT AGAINST HIGH I
1 ' r
ptiinEH and at A LL times speak tfce truth in
regard to aov and EV EKY anicl i e sell.
WfJ HOUSE in the country SHALL
r'J)K'KHKLL us. Our facilities for buying
...... witli idt Northern House and our
dbiii'v and .Imposition to pay is fully estab
lUhed in the markets. We buy nothing on
- ur months credit and are ever ready to pav
ish on the spot and take advan age of all
discounts nud do ive our patrons the benefit
ol such at all times.
We are offering some Great Bargains in
this department. Just call ana loos over our
Vi, 15 and 2c lines; they a e certainly
worth double the money.
We have just received a very large assort
ment of tne above consisting of NightDresses,
Cbemisf, I'autaletts and Skirts, They are far
Cheaper th in they can be made and are cuts
and envies in the market. . k
Machine Needles 3c
Silk Figured Grenadines,
15 cents, ihe Cheapest ever shown
Hi this markflL I
The W amsutta Shirt !
a 100 Linen Bosom I
Still 75 Cents !
BY THE THOUSAND, FROM lc UP I
LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S
r. . . n, ..... , I
j ne largest ana uneapest BtocK we uiive
We have a beautiful line of First-Class Piques
Children's Stripe Hose
from 1 c. Regular price 2j0c.
We have still a few left of this lot and they
are really w rth 50c.
I adies will find our Goods just as advertised.
NO KD8E. Every article is on our counter
and will prove to be just s represanted,
See advertisement in Star.
Brown & Roddick.
, 45 Market Street
A Diamond for a Dollar !
rj'tie. DIAMOND SHIRT,
V 1 - 1 1 An
Unlaundried, V5 cents.
Warranted made from the very, best mate-
rials and acknowledged to be the best Shirt
for the money in the city.
Full stock of Gents' and YouthB' SDrinir
Clothing.selling at ridiculously
SHRIER'S TWO STORES,
7 2 Market st.
Corner of Harnett & Salisbury Sts
One Corner West Raleigh National Bank.
RALEIC fl,N, C.
Board by tha day or on the European plan
Satisfaction gurranteed in every particular
My bar is supplied with Finche's Golden at
Redding, 1870, Gibson's 1871 Rye, Pfeiffer a
A and C, and many more of the Fines o
Brands of Rye and kentucky Bourbon.
Tbos. H. McKoy, Aobt H- McKoy
WILMINGTON, N. a
mce North .ids Market .tt h- 1
Dond and Third street. '
The Daily Review.
M nejsnnn ,
VOL. IV. WILMINGTON, N. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY
Quo. Mysrs, Agt Fzcursion to Blackfish
Groundson the Btmr Passport.
Excursion to. Waccamaw Lake.
Prof. Agostini's Family Excursion.
C&pt. H. T. Cheney Stand Not Amaxed.
8ee ad "Fabiola."
J. C. Munbb, Druggist Soda Water.
Shrier's-A Diamord for a Dollar.
P. Heihsberser Games.
No City Court to-day.
Bad weather for the Firemen's pic nio
at the Gardens t day.
Strawberries were selling at 10 centa
per quart this morning.
A iashiunable belt for ths feminine
waist is calied the Huss band.
Isn't the band ot gold which enriches a
young man's scarf a near ring?
It is the fashiou to have the stems show
in the boutjuet worn in the belt.
White muslin scarfs, folded double and
edged with Breton lace are popular.
The new bouquet -holders are orna
mented with fans of Rhine pebbles.
mi iw. 4m .. m . ..:,; . i 1
inemaraet was wen supplied witn
channel and soft shell crabs ye terday.
A French physician says drinking
boiled water on y will prevent yellow fe
Excursions and picnics, sudden rain
storms, sunburnt noses aud "sich" are up
Paris has a municiDal laboratory where
wines, beers and brandies offered for sale
feThe hair-spring .1 a watch weighs 1 1
1 K AAA. I. C L T I
iu.uuuiu ui a uuuuu iroy. in a Sbraiuub
int if 5a a frnt nni. I
I 1 I 1 1 V J u 1 1 1 I. IWIIL 1 1 1 J I "
The Marie Antoinette bonnets have one
side filled in with flowers, and are becom- I
ing to fresh young faces.
There was an immense rush this morn-
log for soats for the complimentary con
cert to be given Mrs. Kahnweiler.
What is the difference between an
editor and his wife? One writes things
te set and -the other sets things to rights.
Humiliation is a guest that enly comes
to these who have made ready his rest-
J 11 i. : 1 I
'u5 wi B'vio lu wei-
Wo have had rain enough to encourage I
everything in the way 0f vegetables to
grow; al! that is needed now is some sun-
Make no mun your idol, for the best
rr-tnri mnuf nono fVtt-iTtaa rt -v A kia wll I
. ' - Wi u
insensibly become yours, in addition te
The newest French jacket 1 is
velvet and silk pekin of twe colors and
has painted china buttons. It is called
An ind'screet man is more hurtful than
an ill-natured one; the latter attacks on
ly his enemies; the other injures friends
o n I f rQ a o il- .
Never write on a subject without hav-
iQs firsfcread yr3e,f tul1 ofit; and never
reau on a suDjecc tin you nave raougnt
yourself hungry for.it.
Tne great , demand for the ten; per
cent u. S. certificates may be realized
wnen jt is stated that one thousand dol-
la rs worth were solid
by Col. Brink this
There is an uumailable package in the
Postoffice in ' this cit7 "Christian Young '
held for want of postage; also a letter
directed te Messrs. S. Kind A Co.j Phila caping with the most of that lady's jewelry
delphia, Pa It is to be hoped that the rogues will soon
Babies are too hizhlv nrized to nermit I
relieve them. Price 25 cents.
Osr young bachelor friend, Dad.
burkheimer, laid in a cradle last night
but we don't mean to say he slept in
one It stands on four legs, bias a fly ni
brush at one end and a corn masticator I
tba other II caQ tear and make
forcible strike and goes'at the rate of
An ..,L U
-.iv uu iuc jiu&. xnt wnat aces ft1
bachelor want with a cradle?
Wanted him to Settle
Capt. Crogei, of the Norweigan barque
Cato, was arrested at Smithville y ester
day at the instance of a stevedore who
r.lftimftd thera waa a Halanro Anm &J I ...
"7" 7. . " 7 TT . .. T
swrago. x ue um was paia ana tne vato
proceeaea to sea, of
Prof. Chamber I i a, of Smitbfield, N. C,
exhibited h.s Panorama of Paradise Lost
at the Court House in Smithville on Tues
day evening to a large and delighted aud
The Woodbury digs out on an average
two hundred and fifty yards of sand
per day. She is now operating in the
Seward Channel. The pilots report six
inches more water on the bar than there
was before she commenced work. Tie
maximum number of yards per day made
by the oid Woodbury w.s seventy-five.
The shoals is the horse shoe and in the
river are said to be getting larger. The
idea of those who are in charge of the
river and harbor improvements is that in
deepening the water on the bar the shoals
will be washed eat but there is no doubt
that the Woodburg will be pat en the
shoals to dig them out.
Magistrate s Court
Matilda Hall, colored, was arraigned
before Justice Hall this morning upon a
peace warrant sued out bv Jane Outlaw.
xhe defoadant wag bound over to keen
the in th gum of m iugtified bound
tor the period of six months.
Polley Yann caused Alice Beatty to be
arraigned before the same Justice for an
alleged false arrest. The case was dis
missed at prosecutor's cost.
We understand that Professor F. M.
Agostini has in contemplation and in
course ot preparation aootner of his
deliffhtflll arvflrtarnlar pntftrhainmpntfl hmt
how entirel diferent in
t a. e .i . , ., ... mi
. ... .
Land,' and from the well known talent
which the Professor has employed to as-
sist him on such occasions, together with
hU 0Wn abilitJ to arraa 8uca matters,
we feel justified in stating that there is
no doubt the entertainment will be emi
Mercury is in the morning sky. It
reached its greatest western elonration
thi , . . WM nftftr .
L . ... .
Vwn i fck hriolik
I -w 'I w wMlfc ovai p tic
Mari 18 now a morning star, and faint
will become very brightnext October.
T . . '
Jupiter li a morning star, and is now
is the constellation Aquarius.
Satarn is new a morning sf sr. and is in
Uranus is in the constellation of Leo
which passes tbe meridian early in the
evening. This planet is only two or
three degrees east of the bright star Reg-
lus and in a clear CTeni8 c0 06 een
w,th tne nakd eye. It appears as a
faint object of the sixth magnitude, or
equal to the faintest stars visible to the
Neptune is very near the sun, in the
conBteIlatim Ariea Taig h
visible to the naked eye.
Items from Pender.
From a gentleman who reached the city
yesterday from our sister county of Pender
we gather the following facts and incidents:
On Sunday evening, the 4th inst., the
residence of Mr. W. W. Lark ins, near
Reilley's Creek Church, in Pender, was en-
tered during the temporary absence of Mr.
Larkins and family and a considerable
number of articles of wearing apparel and
bed clothing stolen and carried dff. The
thief or thieves also broke open the jewelry
box of Mr. L.'s wife and succeeded in es-
be ferreted out and brought to justice.
a minMj xi v
some two weeks since from another color
ed man who represented himself as hail.
ing from Clinton, paying for the said
' critter" the nice little sum of $85, which
amount the seller immediately deposited in
pocket book and then left for parts un
nOWH. But on Monday last a gen. le man
Mr- BarfieM by name, so
Wa mformed Put m PPrnceat
Excelsior olantatinn and r.laiinod the horse.
Excelsior plantation and claimed the horse.
In order to make everything satisfactory
to the unfortunate possessor of the horse
at the time, Mr. Bar held gave an indemni
fying bond to tne victim of tbe none trade
and then mounting bis stolen animal hied
him away to Duplin,
We are sorry to learn of the very severe
" Mclntlre, one of the
oldest citizens of Pender, from an Htm
drensr of the heart.
Gtpt. H.T. Cheney has opened Brock's
F TpKoriffO an1 ImbIi.. il. . t l
6vuu lUTiiBB me puriic to give
him a call. His assistant, Mr. Lewis, ie
an old veteran and knows how to set 'em
up. A mmptuous free lunch, will be
served daily from 11 to 1 o'clock. See
advertisement in another column.
To be Dedicated.
The mum me nt erected at fcmithville to
the memory of the pilots who lost their
lives dering the severe gale two years ago,
will be dedicated an the 20th inst. Rev
Mr. Yates, of tbh fcity, will deliver the ad
Iress on the occasion, i he Fa$8p9rt will
Cirty passengers te Smithville on that day
at reduced prices. Mr. Geo.. M. Crapon,
of this city, is one of the committee of ar
rangements, for the ceremonies at Smith
mill tha n-ktittt, .. .... .. r
.-"aii j pioaaui attracuons oi-
fared tn thA nnhlio I . .iJ
r ulo luu0h not
oe iorgotiea thejentertainment of Fbiola,
, ... . '
Which 18 to be presented at the Academv
of the Incarnation on Friday evening. It
in an MtimaWla ni.nnnt;n U: i i
upon the tria's and nerser.ntinns nf thJ
early Christians, and offers to the mind of
old and young alike anient rtainment that
is net only interesting but instructive.
trr- il.i ! . ....
yo irusv mat tne auendance will be very
The Bats' Castle.
The tall r.hJmn.x, nf ur M cr...
-, vl iucooie. uaiv,
Bailev & CUV
! - "'uvuauiuc lUUpo UMO UCCU
taken possession of by leathering bats
The chimney is supplied with a hot air
tubelar flue thrnncrh islilnh tV.A ,w,U I
and heat passes and areund this flue the
chimney forms a cold air passage. At
stated intervals there are small ventila -
ters about the size of a brick. Any
arternoon about dusk thousands of bats
can be seen tumbling out the of ventilators
and for a few minutes flying- about the
chimney. They scatter, going in ail di-
rections, hunting tiny insects on which to
,in w . .
lie ins Looked Into.
The schooner Lp.wia niMV nant Umltl,
ixavana ior jxew i orK, which has
alreadv heen rnnrfo Qa Kim
4U " r a '"u 1U wu
wuo xvku luai,, ia bziiu lio oe Shore OI
hands. TNCapUU, a.ked permissi.n to
IIAX i.t .1 ..I
wuiuuuivHU) witu ine City DUt as the
came from a nnrf. .Kikk u
- w. u.wu aw usuaiiou uy
the Quarantine laws, the request was re-
fosed. It is reported to-dav that the
rml ha, b0 applied cland.in.ly
with four men from this port and that four
of the old crew had left the vessel and had
come up to the city on a lighter. The
matter is beins investi crated hv the rlina
authorities and the four discharged t sea.
m3n are being carefully looked for. If
to the city indeEanoeef the law are spot.
ted it will go hard with them.
There are no less than five excursions
now in prelection from this city during
this week and the next. The first of these
takes place to-morrow, on the Passport,
to the Blackfish Grounds; on Friday the
Front Street M E. Sunday School, with
their guests, will go up to Waccamaw
r.alro , . 1 a-i I
- v a yujujuioun BUU VU OiL- I
uraay frof. Agostmi will give a family I
HWU w 4vUw fur.
laamg aiong tne youtniui participants in
the pretty entertainment recently given
by the Professor's dancing class, who are
to be photographed In costume some-
where on the sea-beat shore. On Tues
day next, the day on which the monu
ment is to be erected at Smithville in
memory of the lost pilots, the Passport
will take down a party under the auspices
of the Fifth Street M. E. Church Sunday
School and on ike following Saturday St.
John's Parish Sunday School will prob
ably excurt to Lake Waccamaw .
"From the United States Sienal Office at
this place we obtain the following report
of the thermometer, as taken this morn
ing at 7:31 o'clock :
Angosta. Ga 69
Mobile, Ala 73
Montgomery Ala.. .72
New Orleans. 75
New York 62
Panto Kassa, Fls...75
Savannah, Ga 74
Shre report. 7
St. Louis Mo 61
St. Marks, Fla 70
Vickabnrg, Miss... .11
Cairo, 111 t6
Charleston. 8. C....7S
Conicana. Tex 61
Fort Gibson, C 1 .62
Lynckbar . 68
The cherry bonnets are India muslin
cotttage shapes, with the crown covered
with large red beads. A wreath of cherry
eaves passes around the brim and from
it droops a fringe of cherries aba4ed from
red to black.
14, 1879. NO. 83
For the Review.
A lu nr. '. World.
It was our pompous Uongresiuau
rum Brunswick'ii woods among.
Printed a speech he did not speak
All In the Record Omuj.
H is war-like words did tar o'er top
I tie blatant Maine Commander,
And Frye, and Mint while m yclept
ihe "objecting Micblgsmder "
Bi greenback plastered on his brow
And a workman's twang he had,
But underneath you plain could see
The unmetamorphosed Had.
He demagoued" 'bout Union men
Aud Bourbon arlsiocracv,
Poor men's rights, and negroes, add
The dangerous DeJHocray,
rnls Oon federate Captain bold
.saw In the failure of our cause.
The triumph of good government
And human rights and laws.''
Iheie hails from a far Western State
A man by the name of Bragg
Who "sat down" heavily upon
This Brunswick scalawag.
He told how uhey bad made a judge ()
Who e'er had seenBlcskstone
And as to briefs and caveats '
vras mgorant as a loon.
!ivnt!ihUpo1rap??sjud must choose
I c. i ' ; . u cll!i
i r KJl xvitumu is reaay to ad- Vc
xnougnorass upon this judges cheek
ul win i ZJ 52Q T,e8l)e-
ui,i ween, decide upon
A masterly inactivitie!
-C, May Igth, is7!
I" a h I ft I A
D I O I a
Tfv DI?8M0P THE Acde-
,L "7 of the Sisters of Mercy will reoro-
cce by request, the Drama of Fabiola
I on TRllDUiil v xriin n . . .
I n.n lQ Academy
, ffuurw sireei. uoors epen at 8
?.c,lock- Music by Italian Harpers. No
aamission lee at Uoor 25 c.nts.
I miv 14
JLlUrS10U 10 naCCaHiaW.
TT'RONT ST. M. E. rdav annom
I " &n ExCQr81on to WACCAMAW
' on FBIDAT NEXT, leaving by the
1 egmer morning train. Tickets 60 cents;
To be had at Parker a Tvi.',
OfQTiv flrMnr.A1 I
1'anCl R0Z jimaZeCl !
jP0R THE GNS ARE MANNED AND
BROCK'S EXCHANGE is again open to
tK . . T . .!, .L..
i i iu.il ocj) uuoBiuiuj ,me nnest
I " luc liquors, ueer, Ale and Cigars to be
found in the State, h lso Deviled, Sft Shell
oonmps ana uandwiches
A snmntnnni ffpui I nnK Amil c
101 o ciocc.
1 hve engaged the services of Mr
K. J. LEWIS, who will be happy at all
H' l" serve mis menus ana customers with
I Druuy, speciames-
D J -li. J 1
J " ap. a. i utlKJNJfll.
On 8teamer PASSPORT, Satnrday, May
17th to SmithvilIe and 1 PortJi Italian
S? Band Ticketa 50 ceats 5 ChiIdren
j na erTt 35 centa. may U-3t
'T'BE STEAMER PASSPORT will make
a Trip to the above Grounds,
THUR8DAY, MAY 15th.
8tart at o'clock, A. M. Trip One Dollar,
may U-lt GEO. MTER8, Agent.
Only 5 Cents per Glass
for Soda Water
TyiTH THE CHOICEST
or sale by
JAMES C. MUND3. Drueist.
may 13 Third street, Opp. City Hal).
w 01116 QMu 0 UV
OOD FLOUR, SUGAR and COFFEE,
Molasses, Pork and Lard,
Batter, Crackers and Cheese,
Potash, Lye and Candy,
Tobacso, Snaffand Cigars
Paper, Twine and Paper Bas,
' One Spoon" Baking Po wder.
mar 12 MALL A PEARS ALL.
GOLD3BORO, XT. C.
A FIRST CLASS HOU8E in every respect.
t. Special arrangements offe-ed to Com
J. M. BUNTING,
Formerly of Wilmington and P. P. C. Co.
L. F. MERRITT,
Formerl y of Petersburg A BlueRidge Springs,
may li- Proprietors.
N ENDLESS VARIETY FOR
Botn Old aud Young.
At the LIVE BOOK STORE.
Books and Stationery.
ACOMPLtfTE STOCK OF STANDARD
AND Miscellaneous Works.
B'ank Booki of evey six) and style.
Stationery to suit all.
may 11 Live Book and Music 8tore.
We will be glad to receive eommanleations
from our friends on any and all subjects o t
general interest bnt :
Tbe name-of thriter mast al ways be fa
nished to the Editor.
Communication most be written onoo'f
oc ejue oi tne paper.
Personalities must be avoided.
And it;is especially and particularly and
Stood that t). Vjtu. a . ...
Bu,wr uiet8 not always endo tt
tne views of corresjn deny, unless so state
in the editorial columns.
Friday KveniTiff, Maw IG
Mrs 1). K A1IS WEI LEB,
rJ,!le Pro"mme consist of Vocal and
Instruimm-al Music by the best Amateur
lalent of this city, who have kindly consent
ed to assist hr. ' '
VAA?f ' E 7N LAEP' Mnsieel Director.
cetj extT Cen" Re8erTCd 25
iiS.0?4 S'1 open Bn Wednesday, May
Uth, at fleiosberger's Book Store,
may 12 5t
j JONFOME CATARRH AND ASTHMA
lfirarattes. Hlmmnna' 1 ;..i- r i
Labia's" Powders, Green's AaT " '
Tetlow's Blano Ulusion' Powder, and a full
stock of prescription drugs.
F. 0. MILLER,
Corner Fourth and Nun street.
Opn Day and Sight,
uiuuu m r urn. a un' u l
AS IT MAY APPEAR TO bOME OF
ve win state that we never advertise!
anything " ,
We Did Not Have,
An Agency that wasn't vouchsaled ;to m
' ' I , i ,
Come and .examine our papers they are
i open for inspec'ion- ,
BY WAY OF DIVERSION WE WlLf4
STATE TO THE PUBLIC
, G EE.tALi,Y Til AT
Boatwright & McKoy
Daily Fresh Supplies
OF ALL THE
SUBSTANTIALS AND DELICACIES
' t .'.-
03" To our friends in the distance we
) - -
say, if you want to I
BUY GOODS AT WHOLESALE
Call on or write to j ,
Boatwright & McKoy.
5 4 7 NORTH FRONT STREET,
Geo. P. RoweUl & CoN
Many persons suppose this list to be com
posed oi CHEAP, low-priced newspapers.
The fac tis quite otherwise. The catatogae
states exactly what the papers are. When
the name of a paper is printed in FULL
FACE TY'E it is in every instance tbe BEST
paper in the place. When printed in CAPI
TALS it is the ONLY paper in the place.
When printed in roman. letters it is neither
tbe best nor tbe only paper, bat is usually a
very good one, notwithstanding. The iht
gives the population of every town and the
circulation or eyery paper, IT IS NOT A
CO-OPERATIVE LIST. IT 18 NOT A
CHEAP LIST. At the Toot of the Catalogue
for each St te the important towns which are
not coTered by the list are enumerated. IT
Id AN HONEST LIST. The rates charged
for advertising are barely one-fifth tbe pub
lishers' schedule. The price for single States
ranges from fl to (60. Tbe price for one;
inch four weeks in the entire list ia $620. The,
regular rates or the papers for the seme space
and time are $2,926.66. The list incudes
newspapers of which 179 are iwued DAILT
and 776 WEEKLY. They are located in Tj'j
different cities and towns, of which 26 are
State Capitols, 346 places of over 6,000 popu
lation, and 486 County Senta. Lists sent on
application. Aadrees lieo. f. lio well A Uo's
ewspaper Advertutnz bureau. 10 Spruce
aereet, (Printing House Square;, Near York.
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