JOSH. T. JAMES,
IDITOB AUD PROPRIKTOK,
SUBSCRIPTIONS. POSTAGE PAID.
One year, 00 Six months, $2 50 ; Three
oath, $1 25; One month, 50 oent.
The paper iriU ba dlivered bT CMTi
free of eharge; in any part of the city, at the
. it nor wak.
above rate", i r-
Advertising ratef low and liberal
1 y8ubseriber will please report any and
U failnrei to receiTe their papers regularly.
HHOWk & KODDICK,
5 & 10 Cent Store,
(S. K. CORNEll OF MARKET AND
.8LC'JD STREETS?.) j
yy TAKE THi3 OPPORTUNITY of
thankin? the Keneral publicfbr their very lib
erI patronage in the above branch of our bu
ina n desire to stte that at no time since
r first opening have we ever carried such
an assortment b at present. Hiring antici
pated the recent grea advance io auch goods,
we are now Jalfy Prepared to offer the
Largest and Cheapest
assortment eerJhown in this section l at any
time. We can with trathfulnees assert that
onr stock is more thn double the size of any
other of this kind -outh of Baltimore It i
a very easj matter to call in and ver fy the
We would also ad J that we hare of late
added several new departments to the above,
whicb we retail at higher prices, consisting
of many usef jI articles in Housekeeping, 4c,
suc as we hare a demand for, and ia tuture
it will be our endeavor to JreeD adding any
and everything we can buy useful and below
va ue. Our intmti n is to make this THE
Store ot tne so?.tn ior
Bargains of all Kinds.
The following is a very imperfect list but
our apace wilt aoinit of no more.
J ipanese Wi'-e,
O ass ' ae,
Kre en Dreiilng,
Table and Tea Ppoon,BaadB,
Needle and Pins,
ote Paper and En-ToHet r-. en
Wbh IJ. ards,
Banburg Edgings, Spool Cotton
Bambvg Insertions, Spool Silk,
Ladies k Gent. Hdk'fs,8pool Flax,
Lim n Table Nakins.Ladies H ss,
Liaen Table Doilies, Children Hose,
Ruching, Gents Socks,
Collaretts, Gents Shirts, "
&0, &C, &C, &C, &C,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BROWN & E0DDICK,
i5 and 10 Cent Store,
X. E. Corner of Market and Second Streets.
QPENIIiQ OF THE NEW MARKET.
CHOICE 6TALLS FOR RENT AT
BY CRONLY & MORRIS.
OV THURSDAY N i X T. 4th proximo, a
ii o'clock, m, we will rent until 1st Oc
t ber next, the choice selected stalls in the
NEW MARKET HOUSE,
"front, between Dock aid Oiarge streets.
lb 18 it Star c py 4t
A Great American Kovel.
ipHE MISTER OF RED LEAF,
By Mrs. E. A. Meriwether.
First American from London Fdition.
Cloth $125 Paper 75 cnts.
FRO -l THE PUBLISHED Writing of
Alfred Tennyson, set to Mueic by Vari
ous Composers. Price $5.
For sale at
fb U 39 and 41 Mark t
TO INTRODUCE in every Ceunty in tbe
United bUtes ' .
TJJI HISTORY Of TWE BIBLE.
The best work to sell tht has ever been
pabliahed. bplendid premium to eve-y sub
scriber. For circulars and e ms apply at
Thi Haaav Bul Pobushiso Co ,
41, 43 and 45 fehetacket sL, Norwich, C
ach 1 -
TJluIes and Horses.
20 HEAD MULES' AND 15 Head Horses
arrived to-day and for sale.
T. J. SOUTflERLASD,
pa i-Jt Salt CUtles, 3d it.
Yates. A La-ge Stock.
Da. E. 8. PiSFjaD Card,
-Kepottofthe Condition of the First Na
Julius Hahn Wait for the Grand Open
ing. " Hkin8bbp A Gret American Novel
Wir do w Glass all sizes at ltafler &
Price's. : f
The spring aud stituruer trade will soon
Wanted a life-boat that will float up
on a sea of troubles.
Barque Israel, Taflin, benee, arrived
at Hamburg Feb, 13.
Nnver sell pn a low iuarket; never-sell
out when you feel cheap.,.
Nor. barque Shadberg .Thorsen, hence,
arrived at Queenstovrn Feb. 23th.
Knivea and Forks, Pocket Knives See,
or the Children .at Jacobi's.
Bachelor's , exclamation lassl'
Maidenly exclamation ah menl"
Can a watch be said, to be perfectly
dry when It has a running spriognnside?
Schooner Peter A Grate, Hand
hence, at ri ved at Philadelphia Feb1 29th
Full Metal a:ui Waluut ISbow Cases, all
s'yls aud sizr, at Altapfeb, Price
Yung men who wish to get rid of their
wild oats will do welMo get "a sewing
If a man loses his breath he shouldn't
run for it he'li catch it quicker by stand
ing still. , ' . i
Schooner Irene E, Messervey, Har
ris, for this port, cleared at Baltimpre
Feb. 28th' j
Schooner Athry Ann McCanrii Kava
nagb, for this port, sailed from Sagua
Schooner M C. Achom, Achorn, from
Boston for this .port,' arrived at Wood's
Hole Feb. 25th. , I
A dog is counted mad when he w;n't
take something to drink, and ar man
when he takes too much. -
If fpeech is silver, and s lence goU,
how much is a dumb man worth? Call
v this office for the answer;
Schooners Lizzie Lane, West and M. E
Graham, Powell, hence, arrived at
Georgetown, S. C, Feb. 25th.
If evil communications corrupt gocd
manners the oyster must be a tal fi.-h
for he's brought up with a rake.
If womn are really angels, why don't
they lly over a fence instead of making
such a fearfully awkward job of climbing.
It has been" demonstrated tnat when a
man pounds his thumb with a hammer,
he is twice as mad as when he strikes hia
elbow cn the door frame.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is particularly
recommended for children. It 'cures
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sora Throat and
WhoopingCoagh. Is pleasant to the taste
aid acts like a char a. Price 25 cents..
Dr. E. S. Pigford, of ma city, a grad
uate of Hahneman Medical College
(Homeopathic) of Chicago, has returned
here aud will log ate in Wilmington for
the practice of his profession. He has
sdcured the. office at the residence of his
late preceptor, Dr. W. E. Freeman, cn
North Front street.
Rev. Dr. Wilson to Lecture.
"We are pleased to learn jthat the Rev.
J. R. Wilson, D. D., pastor of the First
Presbyterian, church in this city, has
kindly consented to deliver a lecture for
the benefit of the Wilmington Library
Association, at the Opera House in this
city, on Monday evening next, at 8 o'clock
Doctor Wilson ecjoys the reputation of
being a graceful speaker, added to which
are his fine scholarly attain men ta.and with
thisf basis to go upon, we feel assured that
we can safely proaiise all who attend up
on the lecture next Monday night, a pleas
ant and enjoyable evening.
H -p Bitters, which are advertised in
our column, are a sure care for ague,
biliousness and kidney complaint. Those
who use them fay they, cannot be too
highly recommendefl. Those afflicted
should give them a fair trial, and will
become thereby enthusiasts n the praise
of their curative qualities. Portland
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WILMINGTON, N. C,
Board of Aldermen.
The Board of Aldermen met in regular
monthly session last evening. Maycr
Fnhblate presided, and there was a full
The Finance Committee reported pro
gress in the matter of Cato Bunting, and
were allowed until the next regular meet
ing to report upon the petition of George
Harms. The same Committee also re
ported progress on the petition of the
We8te n Union Telegraph Comp ny.
Ti;e special committee on petition of
Alex Oldham were given power to act
upon the petition.
In the matter of complaint of Alex.
Oldham, relative to the storage of tar
barrels, the Chief of Police was directed
to notify Harding Johnson to remove tbe
inflammable material from the yard.
Special Committee upon Stevedores
were reliev d of further consideration cf
the matter submitted to them, at their
own request. '
It! was resolved to have a tower erected
in the City Hall yard,' in which to place
the city fire alarm hell, said tower to be
seventy feet in height.
Alderman Foster desired to be record
ed as voting against tbe resolution, and
Alderman Hill as voting against the loca
tion.; The following was adopted:
Ordered, That a committee of five be
at pointed to examine the new Market
building, and report back to this Board as
to whether the same has been completed
in accordance with the contract.
The Mayor appointed the followit g
committee: Aldermen Von Glahn, Myers,
Vollers, Foster and Hiil.
The following ordinance was adopted!
Be it ordered, by tbe Mayor and Board
of Aldermen, and it is hereby ordered by
the same, That from this date henceforth
until this ordinance be amended or re
pealed, no guano or other noxious fer
tilizer shall be stowed io any shed, house,
stored warehouse, yard, lot, or on any
wharf in this city, east of the Cape Fear
river and between Red Cross and Church
Any person or persons violating this
ordinance, shall be fined twenty-five dol
The ayes and nays were called on the
above, and the ordinance was adopted by
the following vote:
yesAldermen Fishblate, Bowden,
Vollers, Myers, VonGlahn, Flantier
King, Lowrey and'Hill 9.
NJiy Aldermaii Foster.
A? petition from Samuel Skinner, to
erect a small frame buildiag. at the
Marine Railway, was granted
The report of Roger Moore, Chi f Engi
neer of tbe Fire Department, for the
month of February, was read and or
dered on file.
Bids for furnishing the city with mate
rials,! lights, &c , were opened, read and
appropriately referred until the next
meeting, after which the B.ard ad
New Things to uelight the Ladies.
Mr. Julius Hahn, 3S Market street, ap
pears ! in au attractive advertisement in
. . . . . .
this issue of the Review. He proposes to
open his new store on Mond .y,and prom
ises to show to the lad lew of the city one
of the best selected stocks of goods ever
brought to this city. See advertisement
in another column.
LHt of Appointments Dy Bishop At?
ktnson, for bit Spring Visitation.
WilmiDgton, Sunday before Easter,
' !. March 21
St. Mark's Church, Morning.
St. John's Church, Evening. "
Rockfish. Good FriJay, March 26.
St. Joseph's, Fayetteville, Easter Eve,
I March 27
St. John'i, Easter Day,
. March 28
Tarboro.Firat Sunday after Easter, Aoril 4
Mariboro, Tuesday, April 6.
Snow Hil', Wednesday, April 7.
St. John 'jjPitt county, Fnday, April 9.
Greenville, becocd Sunday alter Easter,
Trinity, Beaufort county, Tuesday, Apl 13
St, Johns, uurnam s creek, Wednesday,
I Ap-il 14
Aurora, Friday, April 16.
Washington, Thid Sunday aftsr Easter,
Zion' Beaufort county, Mondav April 11
BatK. lnefday, April iQ. " 1
St Jimei. Church, Beaufort county,
j Wednesday, April 21
Makeljvil'.e, Hyde ceunty, Friday, April 23
Swan! Quarter, Saturday, April 24.
St. George, Hyde oo , 4 hSun. aft. Easter
j . April 25
FairfiLld, Monday, April 6.
Vanceborc, Craven county, Fxiday, Apl 3(-
Newberne. Fifth Sun. aft. Jiaster, May 2
Beaufort, Tuesday, May 4.
Kicston, Ascension Day, May 6. ;
Holy Innocents, Lenoir co , Friday, May 1
Wilmington, Sunday afu Ascension, May 0
St. James Church, Morning,
St. PauPs Church, Evening.
WarrentorWnit. Sunday, May i. .
Ridgeif 3Ji Monday, May 17.
Hendersbri, Tuesday, May IS,
Oxford, ThnrsdayMay 20.
KittrelPs, Saturday, May 22.
Xiouisburj:, Trlaity Straday, Hay 23.
: County commissioners.
The Board met in regHUr session yes
terday afternoon, all the members being
The Prea8-irpr submitted hi month !j
report, showing a balance due on the gen'
era! fund of $19,721 84; a balance in
hand of 8j.ec.ul luud of $27.07; and a
balance on haud of school fund of $9,-
ThtReifcter of. Deeds submitted his re
p rt of fees collected from marriage li
censes for the rnoL.ih ot February, exhib
iting a receipt frm the Treasurer lor
$lb15. ' -
Above reports wf. re examined, found
correct, orderei spread on the minutes
and p!aced(on file '
L. G; Cherry and John Crawley were
granted iice. ses 'o retail spirituous liquors
tor three months fro a the 1st of March
It was ordered that the Supervisors of
Public R jads iu New Hanover county be
paid $2 per diem for eight days actual
service in the performance of said duty,
with no allowanace for mileage, the bills
to be certified bv tbe C.erk of the Board
of Supervisor.!. j
The following list of jurcts was drawn
to serve at the April term of the Criminal
WHStvron, jilm H Hinby, BJ
Jacobs, Wm G Juries, Fred Kidder, Geo
Z:egier, Juo T French, Walter Butlaud,
T P Sk?s, Juo E St Geerg, W A
Eikel, Robt .Thorn as, Wright Stanley,
Fred Hill, Joseph Farrows John Maundir
J G Wright, R. J Scarborough, E J
Whitney, John Freeman, Henry Taylor,
John J LeG win, Joseph Sternberger, E
L Pearce, H H Gerbardt, Alfred Har
grove, Thomas Beck, F B Bishop, B H J
Ahrens, Nathaniel Sparrow.
"On motion the Board then adjourned
to meet on the first Monday in April, at
2:30 P M.
The B?ard of County Commissioners re
solved itself into a Board of Education,
when the following proceedings were had:
It was ordered by the ? Board that the
error in the school census In Harnett and
Cape Fear townships be corrected.
The census, as corrected, stands as fol
lows: Harnett Whites, 159; colored, 313.
Cape Fear Whites, 42; colored, S74.
To correct the apportionment of school
funds made . at the last meeting of the
Board, the Treasurer was directed to
charge Cape Fear township as follows:
White School Fund, $13.86.
and to credit the sum thus charged to the
School Fund of Harnett township in con
sequence of the transfer of 8 white and
26 colored to Harnett from Cape Fear
The following is the additional ap
portioDment by districts
No 1980 white, $117.60; 1.7C0
No 2916 white, $109.92; 1 2G5jX)l
No 385 white, $10.20; 82 colored,
No 497 white, $11.64; 82 colored,
No 5-159 white, $19 08; 313 colored,
No 642 white, $5.04; 374 colored,
Iiaroor Master' Report.
Capt. Joseph Price, Harbor Master,
mikes the folio wiDg report for the month
of February ;
Of American vessels arrived there were
5 steamers, aggregating 4,379 tons, 3 brigs
774 tons, and 15 schooners, 4,018 tons, a
total of 23 American vessels with an, ag
gregate of 9,171 tons.
Of Foreign vessels an'i red 'there were
12 baqius, 4,263 tons, IS brigs, 3,440 tons
ar.d ? scuoccet!, 148 tons, a total of 27
forei;? v ss'jls with aa aggregate cf 7.851
tons. The total arrivals during the month
weie 50 T&iieK aud the total tonnage 17,-
By ihc? figure it U shiwn that there
is a HUoce in favbr cf American veaae's
amounticg to 1,320 too; a rare fact
which we are happy to notice.
We are in.lcl.ted to Mr. John . Wood,
of Rocky Point, for a bunch of very fine
radishes, the tirat of th3 season. Mr.
Wood, we nadtrsland, has a very prcca
Idas crop of this early vegetable tad ex
pects7 in a day or two,' to make his first
shipment cf th3 season to the Ncrlbtrn
cirtcUt "! -' ' ' ""','.'
ran wait i
WITH AN ENTIRE
Itf EW STOCK ! !
38 Market St.
NOT A SHOP WORN ARTICLE IN
THE Eft TIRE STOCK AT
38 Market St.
Easter Goods I
Easter Gloves 1
NEIV CALICOES !
in all varietiej?, shades and
M AM M '
38 market St.
FULL LIME OF BUTTONS,
FASHIONABLE FRINGES, ETC..
to match Dress Goods, at
38 RJarket St.
Fullest and most complete Stock
ever in this city 1
In all patterns, qualities and styles.
In all desirable tints and of the
best make at
38 Market St
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
The finest stock of Ladies and
Children's Hose eTer brought
to this city.
At 38 Market St.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWER, ETC.
In great variety at
Hahn's, 38 Harket St.
tST Bemember the place
38 Market St.
Wait for the Grand Opening and
have an entire New Stock to select
from. Prices to astound the na
tives. Bemember the Grand Open
ing. . . '-'.--., . .',
We will beg' ad to receive eorDmnalraUoai
Tae naaae of the writer mast alwey be far
aished to the Editor.
Coamttnleatlon ant be written on onlf
one rid of the paper.
Peroxialitiiaantb avoided. -
And U is ospeeially and psuiicalariy under
tood that the Editor does not alwayi endcrio
the view of correspond en t, uales to Uti 4
la the editorial colaern. .
-ivi, jam o. irito lora,
j.AUUATfi ur Til S, HAHNEMAN
Medical College of Chicago, whl ocenpj the
officeof his preceptor, the late Dr. Wm. E.
meh 1-1 w
A Lare Stock
yKLVET FRAMES, .
avaiu rnAir.r etc
llo, Sonay School Books, Reward Cards,
Bible, Hymn Book, Prayer Books, Ac, at
Report of the Condition
OFJTHE FISRT NATIOWAIi Bl!fK OP
of Worth Carolina, at the cloio of boiiaei
ITaKvma mm mm' O 1 1 O A A
Loan and dimiinf .ana ir rTt
, " iMinfUU I m t vw
Orerdraft......,..... . 4,5T9 00
o. uenas io secure circulation 10,000 GO
Other stocks, bonds and mortga
ges. 37,749 17
Uue from approTed reserve agent 44,676 45
luo iruiH omr national lianas... 7,5t5 93
Due from HtAtA Rnlr anrl hanVoi-. 107 &
Real estate, furniture and fixture 11,21 & 73
Current expenses and taxes paid, 4,74 10
Bill of other Banks........ 27,586 00
fractional currency (including
8pecie (including gold Treasury '
V....UI..IH.,, ii,oco on
Liegal tender notes ... n aqa n
Redemption fund with U.S.Treas-
urer, per cent of circulation) 2,250 00
Total... $853,691 44
Capital stock Daid in... j.... .... .. ...2.n nnn 00
Surplusfund 2,439 23
Undivided profits 29,449 70
National Bank notes outstanding. 11 son ns
Diridenda unpaid.. 7 an
Individual deposit eubject to
check... . ti
Demand certificates of deposit,'.'.. 276.S61 R2
uuv 10 ower national a an its v,Ci 10
Due to Btat Banka tnd hnkaa ntT UH
Note and bills re-discount6d.... 79,403 85
Bill payable... 4 20,000 00
Total..... $853,91 44
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTF OF NEW HANOVER,m
I, A. K. WALKER, Cashier of the above
named Bank,do solemnly swear that the abore .
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. A. E. WALKER, Caihier
Subscribed and sworn to before m tL ia
1st day of March 188t.
a. au uv una, Notary 1'uOllc.
E. E. BURRTJ3S,
E. E. BURRU3S,
ALFRKO MARTIN, V Director!.
D. O. WORTH. J
CELEBRATEO . " HUtO'
The BKten invariably remedy yellowness
of the complexion and whites ot tha eyt,
pains Li tbe riht side and under the right
shoulder blade, furred tongue, high colored
urine, aauea, vertigo, djipeptU, cosstlpa
tloa. Of aviness of the he', mental ispo2
deBcrol evTy itf;r manKert'oi or e
eompasiaact of a din trdrcd conditioa of the :
liver. The s'omacb, :.'bowl antf kidney a'so .
experience tbeir regulating and t nlofrit
enca. ' . .
For sale by all Druggist sai Dctlars 9
trallv. - . ..t-s mtt
To a Generous PuJjIIa )
rpHW IS TO CERTIFY that tie foUowfug
1 named persoas are duly authorised tu
solicit aid ia bthalf of haBdifli foad of 6t.
Steohea's A. If. E. Church : ,
George L MiHoi, William Hill, Hear
Butler, FraaceniaQoincj, Esther Davis, Da
lia Robiasen, .Aaaie Lane, Hary-Cleapor,
arah Kennedy, .Joseph Merrick, Fanny
Haapfoa, M A Bampeo. Caroline Murpty,
Fanny E Bow, 8 W ftampon,7 K Basspe n,
Jane Walker, Addie Seaderland, Jaci
Rryant, Far ah Statue, Jaoob Bcott, Abrara
Mote'y. Charlotte DavU, Ehza Josos. Edie
Wise, Ann Walker, Uary A Fry. If II JJer
riok. James Pmcktor, Monroe Porter 2 C
HU1, Mildred ft eares, Sarah 'Brad ly; Mil
dred Berk, Fraree MiteheL Feter Wil'lamt,
Abel Walker, flancy T bitfield, LuU Nah,
Isam Qoick, Jatae Greei, Wxafio e,
ThoBias tfcotV William Martteller, LruU
Monk, Alic -Lane. Wancy Toomer, Reabfri
McDonald, Aa-a J B'aeimao, L'Uta Ner
wood, Mary KeUy J alia EvereU.
By order -of tbe Troatae,
mch I 2t tl.O. FHT. Pali-.
Seed Rice, '. V.
BD31ELS mitZ ' '
for sale by
r r , f 1 n fr .
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