1, 0a WUhd sTery afternoon, 8andays ea
JOSH. T. JAMBS,
CDTTOB AND PKOFWMOB.
SUBSCRIPTIONS. POSTAGE PAID.
Oae year, 6 00 Six months, $2 50 ; Three
aoathf , $1 M ; One month, 60 cent.
The PPr will be delivered by carriers,
t of ehwge, in any part of the city, at the
bore rates, or IS cent perweek.
Advertising rates low and liberal
ay Subscribers will pleaae report any and
il failure! to recede their papers regularly .
Baowsi A Foddici Wake Up !
p. h. SrEUST Tbe Excitement.
Tc nam k Anaao New Baiber Shop.
Or. Bom -Aladdin, or The Wonder
ful 1 a -up.
Oriaa Hocsk Miss Amy Grey.
Ursa Hooss Prof. Anderson.
HociBi.r By the Ladies ef St. Thoma'
Makiou Mooas Lost.
A Hwaiaa-All In 1 Call In!
P RTMBee Fester's Business File.
J. C. Moih, Druirgi t Fancy Goods.
No City Court to day.
Whitewash: og has commenced.
Tbe trarle in baby carriages is active.
La s leiigtb 13 boars and 6 miuutes.
Dr. Iaaae N. Carr, of this city, will re
reueee te Tarboro.
No interments in Beilevue Cemetery
du.tag tbe past week.
Apples continue abundant, and per
consequence are very cheap.
Hucksters charged from 80 to 00 cents
per pair for chickens this morning.
Tbe April showers are much necded.to
allay the dust which Boreas has "kicked
Bladen County Superior Court, Judge
A. A. McRoy presiding, is in session this
There were three interments in Oakdale
Cemetery during the past week all ad
ults. Two interments iu Pine Forest Ceme
tery during the past week one adult and
Mouse colored bursts seem to be quite
the thing now among those who can af
ford equine luxuries.
A worn am, whose name must be men
tionlsss, calls her husband good resolu
tions, because he is always broke.
Tbe Register of Deeds has issued nine
marriage licenses during the week three
for whites and six for colored couples.
Where twenty mottoes have failed to
make home happy, the result has been
frequently accomplished by a. good din
ner. Tbe hucksters captured the Market
this morniag. Every thing except beef
offered for sale during market hours was
ia the hands of hucksters.
Ornithologists say there are five thous
and different species of birds, but give
men their little swallow, and they don't
care what becomes of the other 4,999
It is announced officially in a fashion
journal that the newest style of lady's
bat is the Pinafore, which is of white
French chip, high erown, sloping edge
and turned up on one side.
The lace ties advertised in the Review
a few days ago to arrive, by Mr. 8. H.
Fishblate, and for which there has been
such a rush, were received last night. Now,
ladies,you can be supplied.
From Centennial Headquarters. I
find Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup excellent,
having a ready sale and rendering more
satisfaction than any Cough Syrup I have
ever sold.' A. B Maloue, . D , Fif
teenth and Carpenter Streets, PhiladeU
Both prudence ahd ambiti concur
in urging honest men to do tbe best pos
sible thing, each in his own line of busi
ness. It is this feeling which has made
DooLXT's Yeast Powdeb the best in the
market. The cans are always full weight,
and tbe contents chemically pure and
moat skillfully compounded.
Mr. Juha Lutgen, who was robbed on
Thursday night of a trunk and other ar
ticlesjesterday morning found the trunk
ia a boat which was stolen the same
night from Messrs.Caasidey A Ross.ia the
Mulberry street dock. The trunk was
badly broken, and of course everything
was taken out of it.
Ettr MeasUy Night-
The ladies of St. Thomas' Church will
have a Sociable at German ia Hall on next
Monday evening We all know what
this means an evening of genuine en
joyment to all who may attend. Messrs.
Jaa. McGarity, Jan. ReiUy, T. Don lan,
F. H. Darby and John Neilan are the
gentlemen who have been placed on the
Committee and this met alone should
guarantee the pleasant entertainment of
U who may be there.
The first strawberries oftjrtd for sale
in this market this se son were on band at
Mr. S. G. Nortbrcp's this morning. They
were a co signment from Ft rida and
were held at seveutv-hve cens per
Up For Repairs.
By an accident to some of her ma
chinery, the bteamet Clin'on will not
make her regular trips for a few days(
wbi'e she is being rfp dred . She is now
lying at the wharf of Messrs Ski.njr &
Lay on, wno are making the i;ecessary
repairs As soou as they aro eonipleted
she will resume ber trips up the Northeast
river to Bannerrnan's Bridge audCbiuque
The Sabbat a Boil.
The following named persons have been
appointed by the building committee of
St. Luke s church, colured, to solicit aid
to purchase a bell for their house of
worship, just erected on the comer of
Seventh and Church streets: H. W.
Green, H. B. Green, Emanuel Jones,
Henry L;ftin, William Burr. Lewis Bry
ant, Charles Walker, W. B. Hill, H. B.
Walker, Va'ertine Howe, Paris Jones
and Henry Ellis.
City Hall Items.
Business was generally suspended at
the City Hall yesterday
There were two cases for the Mayor's
consideration, but His Honor declined to
bear them yesterday and continued them
until to-day. Meantime the parties con
cerned compromised the matter and this
morning submitted the case without trial
and walked up to tbe Clerk's desk and
settled the damages by ponying up a $10
The long Lenten last is over with and
Easter, the Queen of Festivals, is at
hand. The indications at this writing
are that to morrcw will be both beautiful
and pleasant and, if it is, it is likely that
the largest congregations of the new year
will be present in all of the churches in
the city. The services on Easter Day
are unusually beautiful and impressive
and it is not at all likely that to-morrow
will prove an exception to this rule.
The Fruit Crop in tne luterior.
We are sorry to learn that the fruit
crop in the interior of this State has been
entirely destroyed by the recent cold
weather. A private letter received in
this city from Pittsboro conveys': the in
formation that every thing of the kind in
that section has been ki led, even to the
strawberry vines which, in some in
stances, an endeavor had been made to
preserve from the cold by covering them
over. The loss of the fruit crop in
Chatham will be a very serious blow to
the peoplo of that county.
The Florida a Man or War.
In referring to Capt. John N. Maffitt
a .few das ago as the orator of the occa
sion on Memorial Day, we inadvertantly
alludsd to the steamer Florida as a Con
federate private er,wheu id fact she was a
regularly commissioned man-of-war in
the Confederate navy, and her officers
and crew were regularly commissioned
and enlisted by the Navy Department .of
the Southern Confederacy. We intended
to have written Confederate cruiser when
we penned the notice, but by some inad
vertence on our part wrote privateer, in
Wboa, luinaa !
We weie informed yesterday, by one of
the firm, that Messrs. Westbrook & Brc,
of Rocky Point, a few days ago 'made an.
other shipment of radishes to Baltimore,
tbe receipts ef which put those we quoted
Saturday eutirely in the shade. The latter
shipmaut cousisted of six barrels from
which they netted $67.50, or $11.25 per
barrel. This is a profitable crop to culti
vate when one dollar per barrel, net pro
ceeds, can be realized, but with such enor
mous profits as those quoted above we
are afraid that our Rocky Point friends
will begin to put on airs. Trusting, how
ever to their good looks and their genial
good nature.we will not anticipate the cold
shoulder at the present.'
But few persons are aware of the great
amount of grapes raised in New Jersey.
Alfred Speer is known to be the Urges,
wine grower east of the Rocky Mountains
His Port Grape Wine is the best, and is
considered by physicians and chemists as
the best wiue 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
Bridgets A Co and Green A Fianner
WILMINGTON, N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL
The Market Question.
Very much interest has been manifes
ts I in this community of late in regard
to ths proposed removal of the Market
nouse from its present location ana we
have been led, threby, to examine tbe
various propositions in regard to the mat
ter which htve been submitted for tbe
action of the Cemmittee. There are too
less than four of these now in the hands of
Capt. Savage, the City Cle k, on which
the vpecial Cemmittee is to act. We
shall endeavor herewith to give some if e
of the prov sioos of each:
First we have the original proposition
submitted by Mr. John E. Lippitt, in
behalf ef the stock holders of his Company .
He proposes to remove the Market House
from its present site free of cost te the
city; to erect a handsome and commodious
building, 105x210 feet for use as a "Public
Market House" and to put up suitable
sheds at the river for fish and oyster
stal la . He agrees that the price ot tl e
stal s shall not exceed b, $8 and $12 50
per month, as per location; that the
Market shall be kept clean and that the
city may purchase any time after the lapse
of five years, at cost. He also
promises to build markets in
the First and Fifth Wards, under same
regulations, and te pay into the city
treasury $1,000 a year in lieu of all taxes
on the property. On tbe other hand the
authorities are not to authorize the erec
tion of any other markets but may allow
meat stores, and also stands for carts
in any pat t of thi city they may select.
The next proposition before ui is from
Messrs. Thomas Johnson, Hermaa Hiatze
and others, known as tbe "Wilmington
Market House Company." Tbey offer to
erect a Market House in the First Ward
on the site of that recently destroyed by
fire, also one at some point in tbe Fitth
Ward, both with accommodations for
hucksters and fish cart-; to build a belfry
on each for fire alarms; to endow tbe eld
Market House with waioscoatiog, lattice
work, Sec , and te divide into distinct
apartment, s and to arrange for the ac
commodation of fish carts at the lower
ead; to keep tbe Market Houses clean by
daily washings; to weigh all beef eattl 5
brought to the city for the usual fees; to
pay $1,009 per annum into the city
treasury; to surrender everything to the
city at the expiration of fifteen years; te
erect such other Market Houses as the
Mayor and Board ot Aldermen may from
time to t;me see fit te require
and to lease the stalls at public auction
every first of January, no bid less than
$12.50 per month to be considered. In
case of a failure of the Company te com
ply with the terms of agreement, every
tbirg to revert to the city.
Messrs. "S. H. Manning A Co. " sub
mit the following: To deed lot corner
Third and Princess, 50x198, te the city;
to build thereon a brick market house
with 27 stalls, each separate and distinct
from the other; stalls to be let at auction
on the first of January at not less than
$12.60 each per month, and collect all
market fees outside as well as within the
market. The city to pay $2,000 per an
num lor eight years; the old
market house to be taken down
an I material used in construction of
new market, free of expense to tbe ciy ;
to build markets in First and Fifth watds
with accommodations for hucksters and
fishermen; to clean each market dail; ,
and weigh all beef cattle. Tbe market
buildiugs to be all surrendered to the city
at the end of eight years in good condition
Fourth ly and lastly, a preposition from
Mr. F. W. Foster, who offers to well to
the city the vacant lot on the corner of
Third and Princess streets, as a site for a
market house, for $600, cash, or one, two
and three years, with interest at 8 per cent
lions tbe Wharves Yesterday.
All the foreign shipping in port yester
day had their colors at half-mast out of
reverence and veneration far the solem
nity of the day. This was also tbe case
at the Imperial German Consulate. This
is a custom that is practiced in christian
countries across the water, to we are in
formed, and one that some of the
representatives of those governments in
this country follow.
The steamship Benefactor was at half
mast with her colors also. But this, we are
informed, was out of respect tejthe mem
ory of tbe late Dr. Barkhardt. The
foreign shipping, together with tbe Im
perial German Oonauljdeaired also to be
considered as bearing tbe same respect to
the memory of ibis deceased gentleman
as well as respect for the day and occa
sion which was commemorated on y ester
Tbe Sixty-third Annual Convention of
the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina
will be held with St. John's Church, in
Fayetteville, on Wednesday, tbe 14 h
day ef May next. Rev. T. Wornl Lar
mour, rector of St. Stephen s Church,
Goldsboro, is the Secretary of the Dio
cese. The Southern Baptist Convention meets
in Atlanta on the 8th of May. It is un
derstjod that the usual reduction of
fare will be made on the railroads, and it
is expected that many Ba Jt sts will be, in
attendance from this State.
There was no session of the Conrt on
yesterday on account of the day being
The fallowing cases werj disposal of
State vs" Richard Williamson, charged
with assault and battery. Motion by de-
fendent to dismi .fa. Motion denied. Ver
James H eaten, defendant in several
cases at previous t erm ef Court, was pray
ed into custody for costs.
State vs Lewis Green, char e 1 with
larceny. Oa trial.
Mr. Roddick, of the large dry goods
house of Brown A Koddksk, Market street,
has returned from a visit te the Northern
markets where he baa spent four weeks
in making up his selections for the Spring
and. Summer stocks As everybody
knows, he is a close and careful buyer
takes his time alout it, and generally sue
ceeds in getting; the best goods for the
least money, ijn consequence of which
he is able to offsr rare bargains to the
patrons of the house in this city. We in
nte atteation to the attractive display
made by this form in our columns to-day.
Funeral or tbe Late or. BurkJhardt
The funeral obsequies of the lamented
Dr. Carl F, Burkardt took phuse yester
day afternoon from the corner of Ninth
and Chestnut streets to St. Paul's Evan
gelical Lutheran Church and tUence to
r-v a a L a.
uakdale Cemetery. The members of
Stonewall Lodge No. 1. Germania Lodge
No. a and ef Section No. 221 Endow
ment Rank, Knights of Pythias, met at
Castle Hall en Third street, at 2 o'clock
p. m. and under cam n and ef Past Grand
Chancellor, H. C. Prempert, as Marshal,
marched to the residence of Mr. Geo. C.
McDougald where the deceased had re
sided up to the time of his death, and from
there acted as escort to the remains until
the grave had closed over all that was
mortal of their late friend and brother.
The services in the church were particu
larly impressive. Rev. Dr. Bernheim, the
officiating clergyman, after reading the
funeral office for tbe dead, indulged in
some very touching and appropriate re
marks relative to the sudden demise of
their departed brother. From the Church
the remains were borne to their last resting-place,
in the beautiful and quiet spot
of Oakdale followed by an immense
concourse of citizens in addition
to the different Lodges mentioned
above. At tbe grave, Mr. J no.
W. Gerdts, Chancellor Commander of
Germania Lodge, read the burial office for
the Knights of Pythias in German, and
with this the ceremonies closed. Then
the heavy, dull thud of the first spade
ful of dirt "announced that the last sad
rites were being performed and the famil
iar form which bad so recently moved
around among his many friends perform
ing acts of kindness here and there, was
now, alas, shut out forever from the gazr
of the world, so to rema& until that gra t
final day, when the last trump shall sour J
For tbe Review.
The corner stone ef tbe A. M. E.
Chapel, on the old Newborn read, will be
laid to-morrew (Sunday) by the Rt. Rev.
John M. Brown, D. D., assisted by others,
at 3 o'clock.
The names of all males who have giv en
60 cents or more and tbe names of all
i ate n
i acnes wne nave given zo cents or more
towards the erection and completion ef
the edifice, will be deposited with otber
mementoes of the present age in the
corner stone, for the beneit of future
Come one I Come all !l It is only seven
miles from tbe city. These who cannot
come can send their names by
friend you know!
R. H. W. Leak
Style, elegance, location, moderate
prices, and choke of either the American
plan $2.50 to $3.00, or the European
plan $1.00 per day, and upwards, meals
in tbe elegant restaurant attached to the
house, mil unite in giving tbe traveller
mom for tbe
money, at tbe Grand
Central Hotel, New York, than else-
12, 1879. NO. 56
JOh iUK.VIbK 4NI A MJEKdU.N WOO I
'cnseri&l Artis t, are now located on Fr r,
St eet, two door trom r xchange O rnu
and are prepared to do go d wo k at ih
ft I lowing p.rice: Shaving, 10e., Hatrcuttig.
25c. apt la-St
PRIDAY EVENING, APK1L 18TH, 1879
The Ppeetaenlar F xtravagania'-Aladdin o
The Wonderful Lainpl" admiaeioo 25 and
60 CiBta. No extra charge for reservaa seats
t ickets now on sale at tteinsoergei 'a.
gOMETHINO NEW. PKESENTd GIVES
away. Professor Anderson in his Carnival
of Novelties. Hundreds of Prese ts Girei
Awaj! Admission 60 cents. .Beat aeat
76 cents. Commence at 8 p. ot.
Opera llouse, Tuesday,
1 April 15. I
JXTftA ORDINARY SPIRITUAL MANI-
festations. MISS AMY GREY. Wonders
of Spiritualism. Spirit forms are plainly
seen. Admission 60 cents, front seats 76 cents.
Commer ce at 8.30 p. m.
rpSE LADIES 0 ST. THOMAS'
Church will have a 8oeUble on Easter Mon
day night, the 14th mat, .at Germania Ha l. A
pleasant tune is guaranteed to all who wish
to participate and enjoy themselves.
J AS. McGARITY,
J AS. KEILLY,
F. H. DARBY,
Star and Sun copy It. apl 12-it
Something: New Every Day.
Juit received a floe line of those
! . .
With Patent Fastenings,in Black and Colors.
Tea wid wear no other when jou
oce try them.
A new lot of those popular
FlexlG Hip Corsets,
120 Bones !
Also, Dr. Werner's Health Nursing Corset,
the best made.
The fit-est assorts: ent of
in the market.
FINE SILK AND LINEN HCK'FS,
FANCY TIES AND BOWS,
LACE BIBS, LISLE GLOVES,
LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS,
0000 HAIR NETS, COLOGNE, AC.
The Finest Assortment of
to select from ever offered ia this
always oa hand and we guarantee
to sell yon aay sty Is ef
Hat or Bonnet
tor less than yon ean bey the same North
We charge only for the material,
no this g for the Style.
We are glad to see all at
Pl 12 j & H. SEKUXT.
We; will beg lad to receive eommaakaticni
from oar friends on aay and all fobjecta ot
general interest bat :
The name of the; writer mart k always be fa
alshed to the Editor.
9ComnanieatioLs most be written on on'y
one aide of the paper.
Personalities mast be avoided.
and it is especially . nd particularly and
stood that the Editor does not always endo t.
che views of eorreaj oadents. unless so state
to the editorial
Wake Up !
aow. & RODDICK.
45 EAarket Street- !
QrFEX THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL
aargalns and will commence the sa'e of the
aame on Mocdsy the 14th April, 1679.
Best Qaality Get ta' SUPERFINE and
STOOT HALF HOSE, 25 ets. pair,
formerly 37 cent.
LOT 2. I
65 Dosen Latest Styles 1 adies Bows, 26 els.
each. Regular price 62,S.
50 Doicn Best Quality 3 buttc n La lies' Kid
Gloves, 86e, worih $1.60.
SO Duaea Ladies' Cut Size Hose, 'lie, price
- LOT 5.
250 Dzjq Worsted Dress Fringe,
per yrd, cheap at 31c.
40 Dozen Children's StiipedHose, 10c,
price 20c a pair.
10 Doien Ladies' SHETLAND Wool Shawls
io assorted Colors, $1, good value at $2.
1550 Yards Colored Silk Figured Barege, 15c
per yard, GOOD va'ue 40c.
The above does not embrace all the RPE
C1A.L BARG I.N 8 we have seen red during
the four weeks passed in the markets, having
spared neither trouble or time in order to ac
complish our object. It affords as even more
pleasure than it does oar patrons to put der i -rable
goods on this market below their actual
value as it increases our business and is really
the cheapest system of advertising as well as
tbe true policy of eitending aay business.
We are also offering treat inducements in
all our regular purchases and can with safety
add that at no time have our facilities been
equal to the present seesee, and we are deter
mined to nut or regular stock of Ueneral
Dry Goods on this market at a lower rate of
per coutage than ever before. See adver
tisement in dtar.
Brown 6l Roddick!
45 Market Street
OX THURSDAY NIGHT LAST, between
Market Dock and the Empire House, a
Ked Pocket-booa, containing $iS in money
and two W itne-a Tickets. A liberal reward
will be paid for its return to this office, or to
apl 12 It atBargaw.
All In ! Call In !
IOT ONlT THE LARGEST AND Beet
Selected and Cheapest stock of Clothing in
the city, but a Splendid Assortment cf
Hats and Caps for Gents', Youth' asd Fo-'
of all styles, qualities and prices. Also the
best Unlaundried Phirt in the c'.tj fr ib
cents and the best Laun dried Shirt ia the ci y
for $1.00, at
SHRIEK'S TWO STORES,
apl 9 Market st.
Foster's Business File
gETTEB, CHEAPER, More Coavesi nt
tbaa any other FILE in use.
Ornamental as well ai uieful.
Papers filed so that c intents a e alwajs so
binds 250 lettets ba oae-balf minute, at erst
of one-twentieth of a c-&t.
Substantial 'j made and beautifully finished
Four different sizes to fit any papers.
Keeps papers secure so that they cannot be
loot or blown off.
Aay paper eaa be taken off ia aa instant,
with out disarranging the others.
Adapted to the use of merchant, lawyers,
authors, clergymen, or private UdividuU.
Please examine ; it speaks for itself.
For sale at
Live Book aed Music More.
A DVgRTIsJE in be Wilmington J
J. One ef Ike oil set weekly papers
lashed la the State. Office