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w.iui.11 14 J Om month, M wti.
las papar UliUTmd by earrWri,
r't f aarf, U aay part of theeity, atiae
K. re rata, or IS eoaw 9 weak.
A Jrartiriag raws lev aaa" liberal
(7-SebaeHbers will elaaM report aay aad
.U fllKT to r tbelr parswraUriy.
8f W ENTERPRISE.
BEOWN & RODDICK,
Will opea oa or aoout
Wednesday. June 18,
The Su re ou tha South west corner
.Nxxmd aid Market street. We pur-po-
dv.in UiU eutire atore to the &aie
5 and lO Cents.
We cannot enumerate tb different arti--It
utbla time but our patrone may rest
aavtr dthat not Hut will be tpared to de
Y yrtainly will offer the greatest ln
Jaei..euU that bate ever been ehwn in
tail f-ctino of the country, aa no houae In
la country hu better facilities forhe
pazchaae of auch articles.
BROWN & RODDICK.
lit would also Uke this opportunity of
statin tUat wa are offering tome Special
llarcaina at 45 Market Street, la our Dry
Heir short of space can only quote a
sb.rt price list, but can safely say that at
no tune hare we been better prepared or
LaJ create r indaceoaeata than ai this par
We hate just received another small lot
ot tboas at 13o. Call early.
Lawns Linen Finish, Gc.
OLtiloid Bows for Gent's wear In Black
and White, 5c, worth 25c.- -'n
ahnT when soiled can be cleansed
with a damp cloth.
Ladles Linen Collars. 5c.
A decided Bargain.
We are-cloalnzout a small lot of the
ibovt atless thau half the coat of saanu-l
fai luring. I
Children fl COld XlOSe.
nn.. .v u uim. -rV.t 1(V a
pair, and the quality Ls good. I
UDIEX LISLE THREAD GLOVES, 5c.
per pair. Comment unnecessary.
ParaSOlS and Sunshades.
We have Just received another lot of the
ab.ve and can aafely aU'e that they are
wthont exception the cheapest goods ever I
bDred by us at any time.
PANS!! XVA-TS ! ! I
For the million at all pricee.
Oento' White Shirts,
Made of WamsutU Cotton and the beat
IJuaa front. Our price isstill 75 CenU-l
JBSO Wll & HODDIUllf
43 Market Street
juvtll Kobeeou lan copy.
Xuw Goods ! Low Prices !
yBlLS IS 5KW TOKC raoeeUy Mr,
BlaMIlboaxbt atToty low prieoa a largo
Now and Desirable Goods,
TUj kin jH bom received and eeaais
n.. . . . . . . .. . I
ut soyi" tuiunere oxuw :
a sao lot at a Mo at fimroa.
Alar,. ltMk t WHITE TEflTfl. i..t tho
ror Ui soaaoa, and will b sold at I
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wa,af4aoB t ooarr yoe toaqy.
iHRlKK'ti TWO 8TOBK8,
1 1 MarkH si.
UQHT RUNMINQ (lnEW HOME."
I BIS A XIkDLk.
TT!rU.e Ti Li spaee mmder
aa4or tin Arm. Bprtar Tooaloa BaatUo.
12!.!.? thrf; D,t f?r gm
taoaaauia. Larf o spaoo madov proa-
. J. B. fa&kar, I to
Jyl-lm MMerkotSt. I..
TK TDI3 CITY OR ELSEWHERE, In Prof. Agostini'a eleventh family f xcur
X doors, oiitaida or cm the road, sales-ioa to Smithville snd the Forts will be
tth trado In all Us branchee, who will
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VOL. IV, WILMINGTON7, N. C. MONDAY, AUGUST
Ifew Advertisement, j
"Qso. Mvaas, If at Moonlight and Ma
Is. ' I
J. Bust, Cast Ho Ij for tho Camp Meat-
BoATwtiaHT A McK-v A Quod Asaert
aaeat of Qreeorief . ,
Pur. AeaTii Eleventh Family Excara-
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OitKAaar A Ca Baffiei, Haraeu, Ac.
F. C. Miv-aa Opai Da aad Night.
8a A m foaaaag Haul, OolUbr, X. C.
Tata's Baek 8tr! aad Phot Kooma A
Parftct Lika aM.
h'awavar A Caistaa Batta'. t
, P.Bamsaaaaaa'a Aaatkr Lo. .
8. D. Wallus, Caak'r IHridead.
C. af.TaaOaiBBLL Spatial irraaf ateati.
Sea adLaat Havard. I
J. B. ITaaaaa Ligkt Ranaiag "New
Summer is tw.o-third oer.
What will cure a aumraer cold?
Chanceable ia what the almanac aaya of
the weather today.
This month has! , five Fridays, five
Saturdays and five Sundays.
No wonder that egotisU fipd tha world
ao ngj. They only aoe thauiaelvea in
It. ' I
Why ia'a ship the politeat thing in the
world? Because she a' ways adrances
with a bow.
The gas lamps should be lit on raiuy
nights whan the moonlight fills to pierce
Whan onoe infidelity cau persuade men
that tbey-diel'ke beasts,1 they will soon
live like beasts.
Who is powerful? He who can control
hii nanaians. Who Is rich? He who ia
content with what he has.
Quite a large number of colored excur
sionist west down the river this morning
en the steam yacht Pasnport.
All the rain aw t de is to let go and
UroP' lh sam0 af a, mai? whea be get8
tired of hanging around the Uity liall for
anode. il .
Ntver believe a man who is always
telling what he used to do, who always
I 1 1 ill . l 4 I
uaaia wua iho pmi vucj
for the past
tanse Is a pretence.
The Board of Directors of the Bank ot
New Hanover have declared' 'a dividend
. r i
of 3 per cent, for the ; past six months.
payable en and after 10th Inst.
a great many WilmiDgtonlana are now
eut of the city seeking health and pleasure
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elsewhere, although there is as much of
the formsr here now as may be found any
where in the xnouatalns.
How shall we train our girls?' iaaks an
exchange. 'Train em with about, twenty
yards of black silk, if you want to please
vnnr ?Irls A silk velvet i train would
also make 'em
A youag lady said to kcr lover, 'Cbar
I T . Vvw for ii ;it riiiiml: lhA HTnrlilV
'About 24 inchas. my jdarliog replied
he, as his arm encircled ber waist, one
was all the world to him.
A young man up town was the other
. i .
dav accusing another' of having a i bis
moath. Ye; said the other, 'bat j the
Trd bad to make voura small so aa ito
give you plenty of cheek.'
The Murchlson building on Front street
Is the site selected for the Bell Telephone
Exchange. Workmen are now busily en
aTAd in fftfttine the buiiaioe ia readiness
The lUleiga ACtCM naa cnangea iianua.
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The firm of liussey & Jordan naviug
! m i -w . a .
been dissolved, on the 3d inst, Mr. Geo. C.
Jordan sacoeeds to the sole proprietary
and editorial management of the paper.
Headache, whether arising from, Indi
gestion or Nerrousnea. t oroughly, unfits
anv one for attention to business or any
tln affjrt. Dr Bull s Baltimore
Dili. .I.... mm tbla diatreaain? disorder
gjDZ prompt relief after th? first dose.
KlT,D fru v ;
There must be a big IresbetSn the river
above here, for : he water is yellow and
bd. The rise' has (been a great .bo-n
the raltamen, ana we uowco ucj uv
e x KM, ;n thir
Iia&en auvamago i v "t
turpentine and timber.
aexL These excursions have become
of the most dallgEifml features of the
i Snai k Fl blue, j
Shaik-fishing id indulged lu by resident
of Masouboro Suuud. Oj Saturday, three
measuring from three to fire feet, were
caught, and a day or two previous, one
between five and sir fert wws taken from
its element. The sharks were caught in
the banks channel by hook and linf.
Lt. A. D. hchsnck and Corporal J. O
Mc8hauey of Battery O, Second Artellery
now stationed at Sn;ithvil'e.have b-een or
dared to Guvernur'a Island, New Yi rk
harbor, to take part in the competition
of the division team lor the Internet ion
al military match to be shot in Augnat
The revival which has been in i.rogress
foo some two weeks past! in the Second
Baptist Church Is being continued with
renewed vigor. Many have been con
verted and joined the church and many
others are penitent and seeking grace.
The Reu. John Beasly of Mason boro
will preach to-night and will asit Mr
King in conducting the services.
D. Moore, charged with disorderly
conduct and resisting the police, was
fined $10 or 16 day? in the Oitj Prison.
Lewis Green, colored, charsed with
disorderly conduct, was continued.
A young white man charged with dia
orderly conduct, was discharged.
John Henry Denton and Edward Bird.
charged with violating the night scaven
ger's rules, were fined 'each $5.
My Grandmother's churn.
We have received from the publishers
R. W. Carroll & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, a
song and chorus bearing the above title
It is composed by Prof. Henry Schocler,
of Dalton, Ga., ar,d is intended as a com
panion piece to j "My 'Grandfather's
Cloak." It is very easy and simple, with
rather a taking chorus in imitation of the
dashing of the old-fashioned churn, and
like all others of its class will have its
day of popularity. Price 80 cents.
Crops in Colaiubus.
We have been infoim-fd by a ,entlem n
who baa traveled somewhat extensive
ly in Columbus, that the corn in that
county whicb Was planted early in the
season will only produce about half a crop;
the later corn is very much better, and the
cotton has not yet suflered materially, and
is j looking well. The only fear now is,
among the ptanters of the county, that too
maxh rain may fall and produce rust and
mildew. Tie crops along the line of the
railroad in that county, with a few except.
tlons, are looking especially fine.
, cattle Thieves.
A couple of colored men came Into the
city this morning driving two beeves.which
they sold to a butcher in the market. The
cattle being alive, ot coHrse, had to -be
weighed by the Clerk of the Marker, Mr.
Lewis M. Williams. The drivers, on being
mieationed. said! that the cattle were
biought from Onslow county ; but, upon
further questioning by Mr. Williams, j who
was originally from Onslow, It was ascer.
taiued that they were not from that county,
and they were turned over to the tender
mercies of Justice Gardner as suspicious
characters, while the cattle were locked up
to await the appearauce of .the proper
owner. Durii'g the forenoon, tho real
owner of the cutile, who hails from Pen
der, put in au appearance, and claimed
The cultivation of Fansles.
These lovely flowers are universal
favorites and no boquet is quite complete
without them. They are very easily
cultivated and bloom k from early spring
till the ground Is frozen. There is some
thing almost human in the expression of
these flowers, as they so modestly raise their
petals from their lowly bed, to catch the
gaubeam.s. Cultivation has done more
to improve their site and beauty thau in
almost any other plant. . Their rich hues,
from the dark royal purple to the bright
eit hue. combined with the sha Jea of rich
orange to the moat delicate cream color,
make a bed of pansies one of the loveliest
for a yard or garden. They thrive best
in a mellow loam ennchjd by decayed
leaves or wood. Chip dirt acraped from
the bottom of the wood shed is an excel
lent guano for the pansy, b d. They
need moisture and shade and grow best
where brilliant flowers languish.
According to the Heracheil W eathr r
Table there will be seventeen rainy daya
this month, and the rest are marked as
changeable. If that table should prove
correct, every day from this until the six:
teenth inclusive will be rainy.
Jo'nt Meeting of the Justices of the
Pence and Commissioners of the
, Ctunty of Xtw Hanover.
a . .
ai a joint meeting of the Justice of
the Peace and Commissioners of tbe
County ot New Hanover, held this day,
Uoi. w m. Li. &mith was "appointed
Chairman and Justice C wan, Secretary,
after which the following was euacted: ;
Resolved. Ttiat for the year1 1879 th
following estimate, proposed by th-
i miy ijominipsionejij lor taxes, be and
tie same ia heiebv levied on all property
lu this county, real, personal and mixed;
J 1 1 : . . . .. ! r
anu poiu. sut.jeci to tax, as toilwws;
ror general expenses of tbe county
government, 42 cents jon the hundred
dollars, and $1.26 on each taxable poll.
For maintenance of Criminal Court, 18
cent on the hundred dollars, and 54 cents
on each taxable poll
Dor payment of past due bonds and
interest, 30 cents ou the $100.
For payment of interest) oh bonds not
matured 5 cents on the 8100, and 15
cents on the poll. i
All of which were adopted by ih
meeting, and also the following; i
Bcwlvcd, That the Board of Commis
n onerB, in so greatly reducing the'expen-
sea oi me county auring , tne nrst year
of their administration, is entitled to the
thanks and increased confidence of the
citizens ot New Hanover county. I
Estimate for matured bonds. SloOtTT
new bonds, $30,700. Estimate for
eral expenses, $32,000. '
Board of County Cemmlssloners.
The Board met in regular .session at
?J o'clock this alternoon, present Col.
Wm. L. Smith, Chairman, and Commis-
hioners U. A. Bagg, J. A. Montgomery,
A- J. Grady1 and B. G. Worth.
The Treasurer made his several
reports ur tne month ot Ju'y as
follows: Special fund showing a bal
ance due Treasurer of $161 30.
Eleven coupons of the denomination ot
$15 each were delivered to the bard
and four coupons of $3 each were also
delivered and the whole of the coupons
destroyed in the presence of the Board.
Retail liquor licenses were granted the
following named persons. for three months-:
J. D Steljes. C. H. Wessel, H. A Glay-
meyer, Geo. L. Schutte, J.
D. H. Klander, Mary Davis,1 N.
M. Moody, D. Stem's, E. W. Dosher,
A. Rush, J. E. Oldenbuttle, Wm. Ulrich
Jno. M. Bremer, J. W. Duls,Geo. F. Colin
W. Hullen, C. St mmerman, Jno. F.
Stoltr, R. J. Scarborough, L. Vollers,
Jno. W. Gerdts, Jno. O'Brien, C. Schul-
ken, Delia Bryson, C. Michaels, Sarah
Meyer, Juo. Carroll, R. F. Eyden, W. H.
The Register reported the amount of
fees for the month of July due the county
for marriage licenses as $9. 50. Ordered re
ceived and placed on file. On motion
the Board adjourned to meet the fourth
Monday in August at 2 o'clock. I
Board of Education-
At a meeting of tbe Board of Educa
tion, held this afternoon at the Commis
sioners' room, Mr Donald MacRae, Chair
man of the School .Committee for distric
No. 1, submitted specifications for the
proposed improvements to the Poabody
School, located onCaanpbell Square in
this city and used for the benefit of
colored children, wereupou a resolution
was passed authorizing the School Com
mittee ot District No. 1 to lease the pro
perty koown as Campbell Square, cn
which the Peabody school for the colored
race in the abjve named district is now
located, and to erect on tbe same suitable
building, the cost not to exceed $1,800.
The regular August term of this tribu
nal commenced this morning, His Honor
Judge Meares presiding. ! The calendar
'or the term 'was arranged and ithe fol
owing named persons for the Grand Jury
drawn, viz: Jno O Heyer, foreman, W
H Montgomery, Marcus Bear, Daniel F
Barnes, D M Bogart, Alex Johnson, Jr,
W H Green, George 'Honnett, Martin
Loftia, W D Mahn, Jesse Wilder, Edwin
Howard, 8acnuelBear, Jr, Samuel Davis
A J Mott, H W McLaurin, M M Katz,
JT Flowers ,
Moonlight on the Water.
The steam yacht Passport will make a
trip down the river to-morrow night ' by
the light of the moon." She will run to
Fort Fiaher and return, leaving her wharf
at 7:15 and returning at 12:30, sharp.
Tne fare is put very low, ' only 25 cents
or the round trip. CommodoreMyers says.
that the aale of tickets will be limited aid
all therefore who intend going should
makejearly application. .
4, 1879. NO. 152
Before Justice hall, this morning,
Charles Kbbh a, colored, aius - Charlet
Brown, was (arraigned for the laroeiiy of a
coop of chickens, ai d alter a hearing was
hadiiti the ruat'er, be was Ivund over for
his appearance, but a saiisfactory bonJ aoi
being foillLeoni ing, be was committed, '
Before the same,' Biidley Jenkins, col
ored, charged Bob Ta lor. also colored
be laiceny of a pair o
a pair of I
he luter w ree-4u;ze-l tola
Pi war to-
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morrow, ax iu o cmck a. lu.
AHlitary Excuisiou from Chailotte.
The Charlotte Grays make their thirjl
annual, excursion to this city on the 11th
iat, (next Monday.) They inteni, after
arrived, to visit Smithville, Fort Caswell,
Bald Head ai d the Blakfish Grounds, and
probably the Sound. This is a tice mill
tary orgamzation.composed of jsorne'jof the
bei-t young men in the city or the West'
Quite a number of civilians from that sec
tion are expected
Grays, aud, bettei
the "unrecoi-true ted'' beauties
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lotte will cheer the excursion with the
gladness of their bewitching presence.
TT'LEVESTH EXCURBICKV to 8mithvilla
1 - J nd the Fort". on Steamor Paaapbrt,
w ill take place NEXT FRID A Y, August 8.
Italian nana. Ticket! 50 Ctnts ; Children
and Ser rants 25 cents.
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WILMINGTON, iN. C., Aug. 1, 1879.
fTIHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the
I A BANK OF NEW HANOVER have tbia
day deelared a Dividend of THREE PER
CtfNT, (frfe of tax), out of the earnings of
the Bank, for the six (months ending July
31, payable on and after the 10th inat.
aug4-it a. d. Wallace, Cah'r.
FRESH AND NO. 1, JD8T REt.KlVifiD
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to-day from Peansylvania. Call and see it.
aag 4 NEWBURY A CHASTEN
DOUBLE RED PLAID SHAWL was
lost on the Turnpike Fridav nirht. The
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finder will be rewarded by retiming it to
j IN LIGHT. CHEIkflCALS, fcc.
At iVan.Orsieli's Pnoto Art Gallery,
FOR THE NEW CROP OF BABIES !
A Peck er Two of the Old Crop can be
Call Early and Often.'
TAN ORSDELL, Artist,
and Frame Dealer, Wilmington, N. C.
Moonlight and Music
TUESDAY EVENIJSG, Aug. 6.
FAMILY "cujwioar I
TO FORT FISHER.
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THE MAGNIFICENT STMR.
1 CAPT. j. w. harper.
Will make trio aa above, leaving bar wharf
at 7-45; retura at 12.30 A. M., sharp.
ROUND TRIP 3 CENTS. Ticket 11m-
itad. Sold at office of aeenL
aug 4 It
A Perfect Likeness !
fY YOURSELF CAN BE HAD BY
YATES' PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS.
! Children' Pictures a tpecialty. HTER
EOsCOPIO VIEWS of all placea of interest
in and aroand tha city constantly on band.
PICTURE FRAMES aad MOULDINGS,
SCHOOL1 BOOKS and School Statioaery.
5. Orders from the ooantry will meat
with prompt attention
YATE8' BOOK 8TORE
AND PHOTO ROOMS.
I Another Lot
F MOORfc'S MISTORY of North Caro
lina jait rcceired at
! THE LIVE BOOK STORE.
All the Latest
SEASIDE AND FRANKLIN t-'QTARt
Libraries, and an masense stock of Hum
mer Reading of every description at I
Pianos and Organs,
FOR BALE CHEAP FOR CASH, oi on
tbe easy instalment plan, at greatly redpeed
aag 4 Live Book and Made Store.
PLEASE VOTICE. J
We will begU4 fo receive eomBtiairatioaf
from oar frioads on aay aid all sabjects a t
f eaeral interost bmt : ,
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Tao name of the writer merCalways W fir
muhed to thoEditor. . ' i
Communication mcjat b writtoa on on'y
oaofidofthoiapr. 1 V
PoraoaaliUeo maat b avoliod. jj
And it U eapeeiallj nd paxti.mlarlj undf r
stood ttat the Kditor dooa sot always an do 10
tho vlowf of corri oodeata, nnloas ao stale
la tho editorial column. II
Ho l .fcr tie ramp-MeetiD
'jua. aiKAMfcR CLINTON WILL RUT
dily between WiU in2t n and Lower Ti-wn I
Lrea Btidire, darlag tne Ca MP-M EfcTli O
to be be'd at the Utur place, AUOC'rtT 7ih
to 11th ioclseire I
Ticae a to go and relurn onlr 40 ewr.'ti. I
jalj . 6t . J- B.SBfcY, UajU-n.
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Buergies, 1 Buggies;
Harness & fcaddlek,
FUR HALE AT
aniXIZAZLDT dL CO'3
3rd $ui oppocito City Hall. '
aKPAIRINO DONE WITH NlATNlAi
AND DISPATCH. 1
H0R8E-8H0EiyO A SPECIALTY-' I
aa 4-tf -I I
A FIRST CLASH HOUHE in ever resptetj
Speoial arrangements offe ed to cwl
Prices Reasonable. ,
J. M. BlINTkNtfV
Formerly of Wilmington and P. P.lC. Co, r
U F. MERRITT, , , '
Formerly of Peteriburg A BlaeRtdge Springs,:
Btf . Proprietori.j
OPEN DAY AM) MUT:
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SIUMOVS LTVER REGULATOR, p'arI
, ker'f Ginger Touic. Udian Cholagogun
Bonfoae Atthuaa Cigarettes, and full lin
of Druga, Med oiaea and Perfumery. 1 I.
i i F. C. MILLER, 1 j
Corner 4th and Nan 8 tree tul
Open dty and night. i'
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From Every Quarter-
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C JMES CHEEKING NEWS CF (Irbt!
Crops. Our country friends have, been
Goinz upon that
grand old principle, viz: j ' 1
j "Be Just Bufore !You Are Generoils,''
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They will surely have considerable money
this Fall, as we predict a remunerative
price for Cotton. There is
haying a little surplus.
Boatwright & McKoy
WILL KEfcP IN STQ
TO SUPPLY EVERYBODY.
COME AND SEE US.
n?" We guarantee GOOD GOODS a
as LOW PRICES as can be sold bz
noure in the State. Send, for Samples
Boatwiight & HcKoy,
5'l 7 Worth Front Street.
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Come ! 1
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ND SEE A VERY FINE L Hit'F
BR ETON NE, j. '
ITALIAN, , !
AND REAL .LAcA ,
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Tho Best bCISSOftS ia the World ! ' !
And the bet itting and fastest j.
Selliag CORSET, (Flexible Hip)
Bretonae Laos Ties aad other Fancy ArtieLJ
EXCHANOE CORNER.: 1
N. XL 8PRU5T.
A I.IHIH ASS0RTME1 j
JJ ' WttBlmrion, N. C