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BBVOLDTIOH in CARPETS
3R0WN & RODDICK,
45 Market St.
Will show the largest assortment
of Carpets South of
Further particulars next week.
Over $250,000 Represented in this
We invite all 'to call who haye
AiY ilea of purchasing
Wo also invite all to call whether
they have any idea of pur
chasing .or not.
BROWN & RODDICK,
45 Market Street
ELEGANT ASSORTMENT of Fnjrluh
d American Poe's. Also, a well selected
Children's Books, '
Faiey Stationery in Boxes,
Fsncy Inkstands, Hymn Books,
Prayer Books and Bibles,
Uiaal supply of School Books,
Blink Rnnki tni) HtftltnnArr.
1 fset every thing pertaining to the busi-
can m bad treasonable prices.
. f& Depository for School Books adepted
' Bute Board of Iducition.
C. W. TATFP.
200 Bbu MUiL' ts,
Irg, Bright and Fat,
Every Barrel WarratUd
HALL A PEARS ALL.
Flour and Coffee.
100 BBL1 good floor,
200 Bl COFFEE,
For i&U by
H 118310 EE'S,
Live Book aad Masle Store.
VOL. IV. WILMINGTON,! N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1879. NO 235
A. A I. Bhbikr The Fun of It Is.
Jas. E. Kka Dectst Card.
B. F' Etdhh New BWer Ofs'ojf.
T. H. Ho war' To the Public.
M. Newmah Kosher Meat.
P. Hbinsbkroi a Turner's Almanac
1860. . . '
Mdhsou Try Qnr Cutter.
10 hours and
Wicdow Glass -Price's.
at ltaffer &
The receipts of cotton at this pert
day foot up G37 balr-st.
Oulv one iuterrriejK so Beilevue Cefne
tery tbis week thafc of a chi!
The probabilities jfor to-day lare
in the head with rheumatic tendencies.
Christmas preseut will soon occupy the
attention of possessors ot plethoric parses.
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There were five interments I in Oakdale
Cemetery this week- odo adult and four
children. . ;
Six interments in jPine, Furest (colored)
-three adults and
Our globe, says a celebrated astrono
mer, appears to Mars as the morning and
Buckwheat cakes and syrup,
coffee and rolls to cler up, are pleasant
Weeds upon tne larm may be got rid
of by a little husbandry! So may those
on a widow's bonnet. 1
It is a poor writer who is! obliged to
draw. on the italic case
for all the strength
and force of his argument
Theatre goersJare generally finding out
that they are uot obliged to attend a; per
formance if it is a bad one.
Oue way to let people know you
not coins: to the pobrhouse is to wear
rings outside young gloves.
An application of cold, wet! common
whitening placed on immediately is an in
valuable remedy (or a.burn.
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It (akes a whole legislature to change a
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man's name. A woman can change hers
by the act of a singlej main.
Every man is honest, if ,you take his
word for ir but it Is just as Iwell to take
a note for borrowed (money.
Gum camphor dissolved in petroleum
is now used as a remedy for diphtheriajap
ply it as a gargle or wih a swab.
A barber can never! cast a smile of
honeyed friendship oh ithe man who cooly
acknowledges that he shaves himself.
The celebrated zeb Vance, bo em
Baker and Chief Cook Stoves,! Parlor and
Heating Stoves for old ptices. No advance
at Jacobi's Hardware Depot. f
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To-morrow is known in the Church
Calendar as the Twenty-secocd Sunday
after Trinity. i i i i '
Rev. Dr. Paferson is expected to preacl
in St. Mark's Chnrclt to morrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock. Seats ' fre. I
Economy is weallh buy White Lead
Colors, Varnishes, ! and all kii ds of paint
ing materials for tlie lowest pries at Jaco
bi's Hardware Depot I f
You pay tha lowest cash pi ices for
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Builder's Hard
ware, &c , at Jacobi's No.10 South Front
street. j- f
Money saved in buying vouxlHousehold.
Hardware at Jacobi's, jNo.! 10 South
Front street. , t t
Are you bilious?, iDo you feel drowsy?
Have you the 'blues'? Take a dose of Dr
Bull's Baltimore rills. Trice 25 cents.
All druggists keep them, j
Ben Butler has aljeady announced
-himself a candidate for Governor of Mas-
sacbusetts at the ntxt -election, and we
care but very little if he is successful.
Marcus Morton was jelected in that State
by a majority of on vote, after being a
candidate of the Dtmocratic party for
sixteen years, and we cancot j see why
Butler's chances are not qually as good.
Mr. R- F. Eyden, I proprietor of the
Eureka House, gives notice in! this issue
that he has made ample arrangements for
a continued supply during the season ; of
tbe well known and delicious Hills Gar
den oysters, Jfrom ew River, which be
offers in any style desired. Families
supplied with oysters freh from the
flIILI . , REVIEW..
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A Monster Potato.
i We saw this morn in e at Messrs Hsd-
kins & Bates' store, on Second street
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aoout tne largest potato we have ever
come across, j It is a yam and was grown
by Mr. S B Ilankins at bis farm in
Brunswick county, about five miles from
this city, and weighs ten pounds. Think
of that, wjll you! Ten pounds of pota
toe under one hide! !
The following unmai labia postal mat
(er remains at the postoffice in this city
Toney Batte, William, N 0;.J C Boyd
New York, N Y: Tolar & Hart.. New
York, NY;JS Johnson, New York,1 N,
Y; Strasberger, Pfeifer & Co, New York
X Y; J McDouoush. New York, N Y
This tribunal convened at the uuel
hour this morning and transacted such
business as remained unfinished from yes
terday's Bession and then adjouraed. The
Grand Jury were discharged last evening.
,In the case of George Davis, convicted
ol robbing the U. S mail, as reported by
as yesterday, Judge Brooks passed sen
tence of one year at hard labor in the Al
bany Penitential y.
A Systematic Thief.
The law office of Mr. John D. Bellamy,
on Market, between Second and Third
streets, was broken open a few nights
since, and a few books and some of tbe
office 1 furniture were taken therefrom.
On the same night the residence of Mr.
King, a few doors above, was also broken
open land a small quantity of infant's
clothing was stolen. The thief probably
stole tbe clothing first and then cribbed
the law books to study up bis line of de
fenee providing he should be detected
and brought to trial.
Rail Road Superintendents.
Maj. A. Shaw has resigned the super
iatendency of the Richmond k, Petersburg
Railroad, and h to be succeeded by Mr.
Theo. Kline, Superintendent of the Char
lotte, Columbia & Augusta Railroad.
Mr. Kline resigned his position on tbe
Charlotte road two or three weeks ago,1
bat is still discharging the duties of Su
perintendent. This information we gain from the
Charlotte Observer, Messrs. Kline and
Shaw are both , well-known in this1 city,
having filled positions here. Some few
weeks ago it was rumored that Mr. Kline
was to take charge of the W. C. & A. R.
R. but this has been denied. We do not
know whether this report is any more
correct than was the last.;
The Greensboro Pa'riot.
As has been published for some time
past, Capt, R. T. Fulghum takes charge
of the Greensboro Patriot, one of the
staunchest and most influential Democrat
ic papers in the State. Capt. Fulghum
has purchased tbe entire faper and
will hereafter conduct its destinies. He
will be ably assisted by our friend, Wade
H. Harriss, Esq., a gentleman who is
well and favorably known in Wilming
ton and a newspaper man of marked abil
ity, and also, for a time, by Mr. Duffy,
the recent editior and proprietor of the
Capt. Fulghum has been known for
years past as a brilliant member of the
fraternity in this State. Be is a. gentle
man of much abliity of thorough energy
and of long experience and we predict for
tde Patriot a long and uselul career.
Two-Cent Postal Cards.
The new two-cent postal card will be
ready for distribution to the postoffice in
a few days. A large number of samples,
on different shades of paper and printed
with different inks, have been sent to
Washington for the department to select
from. The color of the paper will proba
bly be different from the present cards
Toe universal postal union, to which the
new cards can be seLf, inclndes Great
Britain, France, Germany, Greece, Italy,
Belginm, 1 Russia, Spain, Switzerland,
Turkey, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, the
Netberla&dsJ Austria-Hungary, Seryia,
Denmark, the Argentine Republic, Rou
V t 1ST A. 'J A 1
mania, LiUxemDurg, j Aionteuegru, ui
British, French, Spanish, Portuguese and
Netherland colonies, Egypt, British India,
the Falkland islands, Ceylon, Green-
and, Honduras, Hong ;Kong, afad other
places in China, Jamaica, Japan, Liberia
Mexico, Newfoundland. Peru, Persia and
Trinidad. Canada belongs la tbe anion
also, but tbe special arrangements between
that country and the United States re
main ' in lorce, letters anu posts biui
passing between the two at domestic rateo.
I ho child who is ordered tostup cryiDg
will carry a concealed weapon through
"It's cool to-day," said a mother t j her
J.ttle son. "Yes, it's school five days out
of the week," replied the embryonic par
The touch of nature which makes us all
akin just now 4s the touch of JacTr Frost.
He makes us all with one mind and thought
don our ulsters.
STM a i
xne register of Deeds has issued five
marriage licenses during the week, foer
of which were for white couples and ODe
to a colored couple.
ougar i going up in price. la the
reign of Henry the Fourth ot France,
sugar was so rare that it was sold by tbe
ounce at the apothecaries.
We are publishing pretty full reports of
the Baptist Convention,1 In session this
weekot Oxford. It will be formd to-day
on the second page of this issue, and there
are two columns of it. j
J.ne papers talk a gre.it deal about
moral courage, but after a man. has once
gone down town with stove polish on his
boots you can t sell him moral courage
even at three cents per ton.
Do not discuss politics or religion in
general company. You probably would
not convert your opponent, and J be will
not convert you. To discuss these topics
is to arouse feeling without result.
Apples are abundant, and it may be ss
well to know that -to preserve cider, and
keep It sweet, put it in wine bottles, add a
teaspoonful of whit? sugar to each bottle
and cork it tightly, then tie down the corks
Mr. John Carroll treated us yesterday to
a bucket of those j splendid Winberry
oysters, which are sold by him here. They
were truly delicious. !Mr. Carroll receives
these ioysters twice a week during the
season and will take orders for any amount
An investigation of the case of Manuel
Rhodes, colored, arrested for rape a few
days ago upon the affidavit of Melissa
Hteee, colored, was had this morning1 at
10 o'clock before Justice Millis, and re
sulted in the defendant being bound over
in the sum of $100 for trial at the next
term of the Criminal Court.
A colored man, whote name we failed
to learn,, fell from the roof of a barn be
longing to Capt.R. A. Price, and situated
on the corner of Front and Qneen streets,
this morning, and then a portion of the
roof feel upon him, inflicting quite)serious
injuries about the head. Dr. E. A. An-
derson I was called in and rendered the
necessary medical assistance. The wounds .
though painful and severe, are not con
sidered necessarily mortal, and the man
will probably not die.
Spirits and Cotton.
The boom in cotton and spirits has cot
yet played out notwithstanding the
fact that a few days ago spirits sold at
47 cents at.d to-day at 35 and 36. Teso
terdayj it dropped down from 36 te 36
and today it has dropped up from 35 to
36. The closing sales to-day were made
at 36 and the market is firm witb36 cents
bid. r .. I
In cotton there has been a marked gain
today, the advanee being from 10 centrg
at which figures sales were made! yester
day, to 11 cents to-day, the market
closing firm with aa advancing tendency .
Get oat Doors !
The close confinement of all factory
work, gives tbe operatives pallid faces.
poor appetite, languid miserable feelings,
poor blood, inactive liver, kidneys and
urinary troubles, and all the physicians
and medicine la the world cannot help
them unless they get out of doors or use
Hop Bitters, tbe purest and best remedy,
especially for such rases, having abun
dance of health, sunshine and rosy cheeks
in them. They cost but a trifle. See anoth
er col urns.
The Fun of It Io
rpEAT THE BUSH FOB OeaU', Youths,
aad Boys' Clothing and FtrfiiaVag Cools,
still eestiauei at oar tro ttoreJ,notwhhtad-
lag the immense amount of Goods we have
already sold this season. Tt e ri asost is plain.
tfotodj evlr bought a bad O-ugaU at
HBIXS'S, whlis our good, aJthomrh low
i price, are always just as ra-pre ated. So
is the best aad cheapest Shirs i tie city,
lauudried and uaUsuaxied, at j
8HRtR'fl TWO 8T0&E3,
Worship in the various churches of the
city to-morrow as follows:
ST. JAMES ' PABISH,
corner Third and Market streets. Rev. A.
A. Watson, D. D., Kector. Twenty-second
Sunday aftr Trinity Nov. 9th Cele
bration 7:30 a. m. Morning Trayer at 11
o'clock. Sunday School at o::J0 p. m. Even
in; Prayer at 4 30 o'clock
ST. PAUL'S EVASG. LUTHERAN CHUUCII,
Corner of Sixth and Market streets. Rev.
G. D. Bernheim, D. D., Pastor. German
Service at 11 a. m. English Service at
l:o0 p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m.
Catechetical Instruction on Friday at 3:30
ST. JOHN'S CHUKCH.
corner of Third and Red Cross streets. Rev.
George i'atterson, D. D., Kector. Nov. 9th.;
iweaty-secoi.U Sunday after Tricitv.
Morning Trayer, Litany and Ante-Uom-
munion Office at 11 o'clock. Evening
rriyer l -i.u e ciock. Sunday School at
o.ovs p. m.
The Rev. George I'atterson, D. D is
expeewja io preacb in St. Mark's Church
on Sunday eveninz next. Nov. nth. M.
,Twenty -second Sunday, after Trinity, at
FIRST PRESB YTFKI AN CHUIiCU.
corner Thin! ii.l Orange fcticc's. Rev.
Dr. J. It. ; Wilis m, !). D., pas'or. Servicps
at 11 a. in. and 7-3U p. m. Sabbath School
4 p.'m. j
FEOaT STREET M. E. CHUBCH, (SOrTfl)
corner Front and Walnut strcetg, Rev. E.
A. Yates pastor. Services at 11 a. m. aud
7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m. , W.
M. Parker, sup't. Prayer Meeting and
Preaching Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Young Men and Women's Chris
tian Association first and third Tuesday
evenings in each month.
SECOND BAPTIST C .UiLCJ,
on Sixthi between Church and Castle sts.
Rev. J. p. King, pastor. Serv 1c js tomor
row at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundav
School at 9 a. m.
FIFTH 8TBEET M. E. CHUBCS (SOUTH),
on Fifth, between Nun and Church
streets. Rev. B. R. llall, pastor. Services
ai li a. m, and 7; 15 p. m. Sabbath School
at 9 a.m. Prayer Meetirs; Thursday eve
ning at 7:30 o'ciock.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHUKCU
corner Fourth and Orange streets, Rev. T.
M. Ambler, Rector! Services at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 3:00 p.
m. Seats free. I - -
6 EN AUST November 8tB, 197f. JO
SEPHINE GENAUST, daughter of Wil
liam aad Mary Genauit, aged 2 vearr, 7
saonths and 27 days.
The relatives aad friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral at
the residence of the parents, corner of Fourth
and Hanorer streets, to-morrow afternoon ar
S o'cUck, thence to St. Paul's Lutheran
Church aad Belierue Cametery. ,
"Go to thy rest, my child ! (
Go to tby dreamless bed,
Gentle and under! led,
With blessings on thy head."
Star copy. j
New River Oysters.
JJ-AVINQ MADE AMPLE ar
rangements. I am now prepared
to oner tbe celebrated HILL'S GARDEN
OYbTERH, from New Hirer, in any style
desired. Families supplied with Oysters fresh
from the shell.
Bar supplied with the best. Board by the
week or day. EUREKA HOUSE,
No. 4 North Water 8treet.
B, F. EFDEN, Proprietor. nov 8.
To the Public.
PASTIES DESIROUS nf investing a
small amount of money for a good arti
cle in the way of BOOTS AND SHOES will
find it to their advantage to call at No. 47
North, Market Street, where they , will find
only good Goods at very low prices. An
examination of stock andpricss respectfully
THGS. H. HOWET,
ncv8 No. 47 North Market eL
I AM MAKING Artificial
dentures te fit perfectly, and
as pretty as the natural teeth.
but it is better U save the natural t-eth it
possible. So my patrons will please call with
out delay aad be seated in the most comfort
able chair ia use. '
! 34 Market.sL
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 8, 1879.
Kosher Meat, :
F WILL OPEN ' ON MONDAY thebutcb-
er shop oq Sccoadjbtt veen Ma ket and Dock
streets. Nothing but the best Kelt, Sausa-
ges, Poult -j i tc, will bs kept. "
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A specialty, always on haul rnd of the best
quality. M. NEWMAN.
OV 8-lt I i
Try Our New Cutter i
JONE BETTER ANTWHESX. Tie
saost stylish r arm eats ia the dry Best
workaesu PERFECT F2T8. For gocd
work at reasonable prices go to -
AND MER. TAILOR. I
SWe will be glad to reoclve comcjuaicalif BS
from our friends on any and allsubjecet
reaeral interest but :l ,
Tke name of the writer must alwajr be fur
aishedto the Editor. ' T '
SCommunieatlons moat b? written on cr'y j
oue side of thejpaper. "
PersonaliUes must be aToided. -t
And it is espccia'.ly and parti rnlarly ukjcr
tool that the Editor does not always eaJc s'
iae views or correjponderti unless so staff fl
FALL & mm goods!
Mm M. KATZ'i?
: Market i.
of European "aud Ameriran if,1fnu,
ers, I am prepared to effer to uy PAtrcus-
In J all the d i ? t I c ra rt rcc lLs
c-ji-Lii i be ,xt-clled in
V A R IE T Y
By any llousejn the city'or elsiwherj. j
Of Bellon, Guinet, Teillard and ronsorfl
manufacture. , j
Cur celebrated heavy Soft GROS GflAlN
i for One Dollar per yard. if.
colored Mlkg; Silk Vel
uj Cl'lain "ind SatinTfS tripes.
Sat'n Melange, Cashmere, Soie, Broca
Persan, Persan Kaye,
Raye Broche. Cavalri T
Satin. f!.Tn0l. TJ.i. . '
Colored Cashmeres from 15 cents up,1
Colored Alpacas, all sKatW i9 nca
! r Double Width Colored Alpacas, heavy.'
nly 1G cents per yard. f
A Great Variety of different sty'ey suit
able for the season, very low. I
The best assortment ever cfidred! here,
in Drab D'Ele, Bombazine, Tamise, Crapo
Cloth ; PHIn, Striped and Brocade Cash
mere ; Henriettas, Mohairs, Australian!
Ciotb, j, 1
Triunmirjg, Silk, Grass and.Chenell Frh !
ges, Gloves aid Hosiery, every -styley gc.il
and cheap, Skirts and jO'orsets,
The best Fifty Ceitf Dorset ever sold In
rancy, Satin, .Striped and Brocaded.
Laces and Embroideries in greatest varie
ty. Housekeeping Gooda, Blinkets, K'an
nel. . : i
Men andfiBoys' Wear
Ladies' Cloth, Ladie3 and Children's Me
rino Vests, Kuch:ng3, Ties, Fancy I GoothL
One Thousand Dozen Lineh " Handker-1
chiefs, from 5c up. DOMESTIC GOODS,!
&c , d-c &c., alljat prices which defy com
petition, "and" qualities which cannot fail
to giye satisfaction. I can assure my kind
patrons that every article will be sold1 AS
LOW, and THE MAJOKlTr LOWER,!
than at any previous season. 1
Order Samples t nd you wi'l ce.-faJn
to patronize ' r . ,
36 J Market St.
The 5 Brothers
8 NOW DI8CHABGLNO
bjtweet IW sad 4C0 tois fix est usUtj
Red Ash Coal,
Selling t Ic west a riit rater.
J. A. SPRINGES,
HAVING SUCCEfjDtD- tftcr ieveral
weeks of untiring industry acJcfl'ort.
mbujlrc the CHOICEST PinnkTi?T
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! of the Ctatral TttH