THIS PI FEB
I, puolished erery afternoon, 8nadays ea-
JOSH. T. JAMES,
t EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
"aUBSCRIFTIONS. P08TAGE1 PAID.
jne year, $5 00 8ix months, $2 50 ; Three
months, $1 35; One month, 60 centa.
The paper will be delivered by carriers,
rft of charge, in any part of the city, atths
bore rate?, or 13 cents per week.
Advertising rates low and liberal
-Subscribers will please report any and
n -failures to receive their papers regnlarly.
LiHQVm & E.0DDICK,
5 & 10 Cent Store.
(N K. CORNEU OF MARKET AND
K TAKE THi3 OPPORTUNITY of
thanking the general public for their very lib
erl ptroiiEje in the boTe branch of oar bu
hineos una aeeire to tte that at uo time since
our first opening hare we ever carried each
an A3'.rtmeni s at present, llaviajr antici
pated tb re :eot grea advance la such goods,
we are now (ally prepared to offer the
Largest and Cheapest
afforttnent everjehr vrn in tbis section at any
dine We can with tratbfolness asert that
,.ar etoci la more thn doable the size of any
.thir ut tbia kind -outh of Baltimore It is
a very eany matter to call in and ver fy the
We would alao ad 1 that we have bf late
added several now departments to the above,
Licb we retail at higher prices, cotsisting
of many usefal articles in Housekeeping," Ac,
sue as we have a demand for, and in future
it will be our. endeavor to keep adding any
and everything we can buy useful and below
value. Our intention is to make this THE
Store of the fiouth for
Uargains of all Kinds
T&9 following is a vry imperfect list bmt
- ur apace will admit ot no more.
d aa v a t,
Free ch Dressing,
Child rens 81 ate s,
Table and Tea Spoons
Needles and Pins,
"ofre Paper and En
velopes, Feather Duiteis, .
Paxor Straps, -Brooms,
Hamburg Edging, - Spool Cotton
Hamburg Insertions, Spool Hilk,
Ladies A OenU Udk'fs,Spool Flax,
Linen Table Xapkina, Ladies Hose,
Liaen Table Doilies, Childrena Hose,
Kuching, 1 Cents Socks,
(Ollaretts, Gents Shirts,
. &o. Src. &c. &cl &C.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
' T '
5 and 10 Cent Store,
X. E. Corner of Market and Second Streets,
feb 21 '
Fresh Every Day,
FINE ASSORTMENT OF CANDIES,
French and Domestic, just received and for
THE ONLY GENUINE HOME-MADE
Candy in the city, will be found everv
day, fresh and sweet three doors South of
the Postoffice on Second street. Also, Nuts,
Kaisins, Fruit, Ac. C. E. JEVENS,
jan 23 Near tbe Postofilce,
Mules and Horses.
90 HEAD MULES AND 15 Head Horses
arrived to day and for, sale.
T. J. SOUTHERLAND,
mch l-3t Sale Stables. 3d st.
7E WRITE ABOUT IT, year in and
year oat, in tbe 1
FdiWd and published by BUFCS AMIS, at
Henderson, N. C. '
An'unterrified Democratic, and yet. a lire
and practical busine s man's paper.
Tells how to build up the industrial inter
tsofthe State. How to make money on
the farm, and secure the beat rewards for
Sand $1.0 to pay one year's subacriDtion
and get Tobacco tiuide Book and Tobacco
Seed Free. Address. i
feb 27 Henderson, N. C.
2Q0 Hhds.au i Bbls New Crop1,
and other grades Molasses.
For sale by
mch l HALL A PEARSALL.
1200 BBL3, a00D FLOUR,
- Every Barrel Warranted.
At low prices by
mchl - HALL & PEARSALL.
New AdYertisementa. '
P HaiHBBiaeaa The Time to Buy:
Yates. A Large Stock.
An ex-spurt a dried-up fouutain.
Wirdow' Glass--ali sizes at Staffer &
Of a toper ; His nose has passed the
Brig Stella, beuce, arrived at
on tbe 2nd inet.
A homeljr servant girl in a house it a
well spring of joy.
The new spring calicoes received are in
sma'l flowered designs-.
Knives and Forkaj Pocket Knives &c,
or the Children at Jacob. 's.
Sw. brig. Cam, Schmi.lt, hence, ar
rived at 'Loudon on the 2ed inst.
Save your money and bay your Build
ing Suppliesfrom AltafTer & Price, t
Nor barque Schadberg, Thorsen, hence
via Queenstown, arrived at Antwerp on
the 2d ins I.
Nor. barque &t Ifalvard, Wilhelmien,
hence, arriv.d at Hamburg on the 2nd
Full Metal and Walnut Show Cases, al
styles and sizes, at Altaffb, Price
S 3hoon er 11 C. &heppard, Creighton
for this port cleared at Philadephia Feb.
28th. . '
The young man who is not called forjin
leap year may consider himself as a dead
Spring divorce suits are cut lower in
the Deck than usual, with a sandal en
Clara calls her husband, when he takes
fier in his arms to kiss her, a self sealing
The best time to gather apples is in the
dark of the moon whea the farmer la in
his little bed. . '
If you do not .want to be robbed ot
your good name don't have it printed in
Smythekin s idea of window gardening
u to sit in a window and watcn otner
people do the gardening outside.
Some influential papers announce thft
they are entered at the postofSce as eecotd
class matter, and they do not lie.
Almost any family can make enough
m a year by selling rags and old paper
to pay for all the reading matter.
Starch is said to be explosive. It
causes explosions in the family when the
old man finds it left out of his collars.
The average public man cares nothing
for the lies that may be told about him.
It is the truth that cuts him to the quick.
A gentleman re fusing an offer- of marriage
during leap j ear is expected to present the
vounsr ladv who proposes with a new
Much charity that begins at home is
too feeble to get out of doors, and much
that begins out of doors never gets into
the heme circle.
Don't forget the the Dime Party which
is to be given at the residence of Mrs. J.
A. .Willard, this evening, for the benefit
of St. John's Church. ,-
Tne Spaniards have a proverb that a
piper of cigarettes, a glass of fresh water
snd the kiss of a pretty girl will sustain a
man for a day withoat eating.
That's the fir Gt hop of the season, rr
marked a dancing master as hla young
hopeful sat down on a tack. Then the
music started and the bawl . began.
Tree success results from true merit.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewcr
is placed before the public, resting solely
on its own merits. Its success is already
When a compounder secures a patent for
new brand of gin and bitters he an
nounces that all- respectable dreggista
keep it.' t follows, then, that the drag
gists wh o do not keep it aie pot respect.
Notwithstanding the advance in Cloth
ing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shbieb
Bros, are selling beautiful suits from $10
to $!2. The well known Diamond Shirt at
$t a piece. It will pay all who have an
idea of bay ing a suit to call and exAiaine
the immense Spricg stock they are now
receiving.. - "
... .- v. . . -
WILMINGTON, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH
J Badly Mashed.
Edward Stanly, colored, who was em
ployed at the steam saw mill of Mr. A.
Y. Wilson, had his leg badly crushed on
yesterday bjr a large log which rolled on
it from the inclined slides on which it was
conveyed to the saw carriage. Upon
examination it was found necessary to
amputate the crushed leg. The unfortu
nate man is now doing as well as could
A middle aged, colored woman whose
name we could not ascertain, died very
suddenly in an alley, running from Front
to Second, between Wooster and Dawson
streets, on yesterday morning. 8 be, a few
moments before her death, was standing
near her house listening to tbe itinerant
musicians who have been in this city for
several days past and shortly after r turn
ing to her home she fell in the struggle of
breathed her last in a very few
Coroner Hewlett was notified
this miming and will investigate tbe
matter this afternoon.
! I Don't.
Don't speak angrily to a child. Don't
kick a dog when he is asleep. Don't go
back! on tbe friends of your parents
Don't often visit your neighbors? at meal
time.' Don't neglect a cough thinking it
will cure itself. (Thousands die of con
sumption by so doing ) Don't forget Dr
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, for it
curesa cough or cold in one half the time
required by any other medicine, and is
the only medicine known that positively
cures eonsumption in Its early stages.
Sold by druggists. - tts
Prof Tice's Weather Forecasts for
11th, very variable, generally
a low barometer, and threatening, cloudy
weather will prevail, with heavy rail and
snow storms. If the temperature is high
about the ith, severe cyclones will occur
in places about the 8th or 9th; 11th or
12th, clear or fair; 13th to 16th, cloudy
and threatening weather, with rain or
snow storms; 16th to 18th, clear or fair;
18th to 22d, clouding, threatening weath
er, with local storms; 22d to 30th, clear
or fair; 30th to 31st, clouding, threaten
ing weather, with storms in the . lake
region and Gulf States. The warmer days
will be about the 3d, 8th, 14th, 20th,
and 31st. The comparatively colder
days will be about the 6th, 10th, 17th,
22d and 28th. . .
Phllomathean Lt etary Society.
On Tuesday evening next, March 9tb,
Messrs G.H.Smith and M. S. Willard are
to debate the question as to "Which was
the greater man, considered as a reformer,
Peter the Great, of Russia, or Henry tbe
Eiehth. of England. The contest is to
be for the Debater's Medal of the Pnilo-
mathean Literary Society, and will take
place at the Hall over Munds'drug store,
on Third street. Rev. Dr. Joseph R
Wilson, Dr. Thomas F. Wood and Mr.
James Sprunt have consented to act as
judges. The public are cordially invited
to attend. -
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is fast takin
the place of all the old fashioned Cough
remedies. It never fails to relieve the
most "violent Cold, and for Throat Dis
eases it Is in valuable.. Price 25 cents.
the schooner A. & E hooper was
tacking gown the stream this noon, she
ran into the stern of the steamer North
State and damaged the steamer's after
railing, and cabin. The damage cla med
by the steamer is $50, which Messrs
Harris & Howell, the agents hare, have
agreed, to be responsible for, the vessel
having cleared for Brunswick, Georgia,
which voyage, she had just started on
when the accident abovi related occurred.
I III l! 'I "
The little steam tug Nyct, with Captain
Green of I the steamer North St He on
board overhauled the schooner down tin
river,1 when the vessel dropped anchor and
he pilot, who was at the wheel when
the accident occurred, 'stepped ashore
and had not returned on board when we
last heard jfrem the vessel
From a; Prominent Drus: House.
H. H. wiAsbren & Co.- Rochester. S.
Y. Dkxr Sib : It is now only three
months since we received your first ship
ment o! Safe I Remedies. We have sold
drugs;in this place (or twenty years, and
have jnevet" sold a proprietary medicine
that gives! such universal satisfaction as
yours, especially your Safe Kidney and
V i - ii j m nt- -
We could mention many who hays re
ceived great benefit in cases of Kidney dirS
culties, Asthms, Rheumatism Dlabetse,
urlgnys Disease, cic.
li; uwviuuj J UU1 A,
li SISSQN A FOX.
Alexandria gay4 K. T. . -
t, . , - .
Lib-lLa V JLJlJ V v o
The New Market House.
According to previous advertiied notice
the choice stalls in the New Market House
were put up at auction by Messrs. Cronly
fc Morris in the new market building to
day at 12 o clock. . Q lite a respectable
crowd of people were in attendance, some
ot whom were drawn there out ef curiosity
while others wbo were there meant busi-
ness. The highest price realized was $21
per month and the lowest figure for any
s al was $15 Twenty six stalls in ail
were 'rented, which leaves twenty-two
yet to be disposed of by the market com
pany. The terms stated before the
renting commenced were as fo lows:
note to be given for the ' rent
ol stalls until first day of October next.
payment ot rerjt to begin from tbe day
that the Wi'minton Market Company
ubali notify the lessee of the eUlli that
tfcey are ready for occupation; rent to be
paid monthly in advance
The three stores at the head of the
market have bean rented also ; Messrs.
Boatwnght & McKoy have rented the
first store in front to the North, Mr. R
J. Scarborough the middle store in front
for an eating saloon and Mr. John H
Hardin the third and last store in front
and towards the South, which he will
occupy immediately, ' we are told, as a
drug Btorei Tbe room above these stores
has been rente-3 we learn by Mrs. Bchtn
and will be occupied as a dining saloon.
The aggregate rent from the stores and
saloons alone will reach $900, the lowest
rented for $200 and the highest for
$250. We congratulate our friend, Mr.
Lippitt, the President, we congratulate
tbe Wilmington Market Company and
we congratulate the citizens of Wilming
ton generally upon the success
of the enterprise, and that they have
at last got a decent and respectable
looking market building, which is an
ornament to tbe, city, in place of the old,
ugly dilapidated looking thing at the
foot of Market street which has so loDg
been a disgrace to our city,
We hope to see the remaining stalls in
the New Market rented out atgecd prices
just so soon as the building is completed
enough to be occupied.
i . ' s
j Canal Meeting.
There toil, be a meeting at the Produce
Exchange in this city, at 3 o'clock to
morrow (Friday) afternoon to receive the
report of the Committee appointed for
New Hanover county to collect subscrip
tions to tbe. stock of the proposed Duplin
Canal, and to take suchaction as may be
necessary to a representation at the canal
meeting which is to be held at Magnolia
on Wednesday, the 10th inst. for the pur
pose of effecting a permanent organization
Messrs. B. G. Worth, Geo. W. Williams
and William Calder are the gentlemen
composing the above committee, and we
learn from them that the first installment
of 10 per cent, of the stock has already
been paid in.
Magistrates Row failed us again to-day
'nothing doing' is the. answer we get to
our itquiry for news.
A man will wipe on a towel as filthy as
rot at his office , and smash the furniture
at home if he has to use one which is the
least bit soiled. This is one of the incon
sistencies of the raoe.
Schooner GeorgieMc Far land, Capt.
Strong, from Wiscasset, Me, arrived here
last evening with ice to Mr. J. E
Lippitt. She has been oat a long time
and Mr. Lippitt was forced, last week, to
order a supply by rail from Portimoutb,
otherwise we would have been iceless
Rev. Doctor Wilson's lecture will take
place oo Monday evening next, the 8th
inst., at 8 o'clock, and not on the 10 thins,
as was incorrectly stated by us yester
day. Tbe mistake was made in the
Review office, and we therefore take tie
first opportunity to make this candid
There was no Citv Court to day.but two
parties from tbe neighborhood of Paddy's
Hollow " were up charged with failure
pay their license tat. After an informal
interview with the Mayor tfcey were
released upon condition that they plank
down the necessary amount of Spondu
licks for which they were in arrears.
Lower than Ever.
f ARQE STOCK OF OAK, ASH, Ac.'a
-a-J - -
greatly rt dvotd prices. -
rmd stock or tha best COAL ia Itha dry
very low Indeed - ? , j.
Jaa U ' J. A. 8FBI9QEB. I
WAIT S WAIT 2
IffEW SOCK !
38 jyiarket St.
NOT A SHOP WORN ARTICLE
THE ENTIRE STOCK AT
38 Market St.
j Easter Gloves J
NEW CALICOES !
in. all varicti(js, shades and
38 market St.
FULL LINE OF BUTTONS,
FASHIONABLE FRINGES, ETC.
to match Dre'ss Goods, at
33 Market St.
Fullest and most complete Stock
A ever in this citv !
In all patterns, qualities and sty'es.
In all desirable tints and
best make at
38 Market St.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
The finest stock of Ladies and
Children's Hose ever brought
- to this city.
At 38 tyiarket St.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERi, ETC.
In great Variety at
Remimber the place
. 38 Market St.
Wait for tie IGrand Ooenincr and
hayean entire Xew Stock to select
from. JPrices to astound the na
tives. Rememb ?r ,tho Grand Open
ing. ' 'J' HI ; :
! 38 Market Ct;
Will ber'ad to re:e!re enrnmnTiatTrtw-
ncg on any acd all inb'eftta t
general interest but : '
lue ame i tae writer must always be fur
nished, to the Editor.
CommnnleaUocsriBstbe written on onlf
one sida of the paper.
Personalities must be a-oided.
And; it b especially ar,d particularly utr
stood that the Editor doe9 not always edcrsa
the views of correfrondfcta, unless to Utd
In the jedltorial columns.
PEKFECILY SLW OFFICE SAFE,
k Co., mscufictarers
combination lock, weight 1;W0 lbs.
For sale cheap. App!jat
mcb 3 THH Or TICK.
The Time to .Be
A PIANO OR OR0 4.V.
iX - is wiken the(re.'JUlj: c
THE PLACE TO' dUT '
A Firjt Class Tcstrnment, enter fjr Cati or
on tb Instalnieat PUn.tia at
TiiE LiV BOOK STORE. '
jy I'ASK BOOK?, a'l slz-s and f tyle?, T
J tiDg Papers of every variety. m.& - rn
Peup. jGold andfcitiel. IVnril. v. i
acd. everv Ihirur iri th .vir'f Kt.i .",.. U -'i
33 and 41 ilarkt t.
Y1IE1:K Y(f CAX GET C
Wines, Cigars, ell? The Xew Kostau'riiil
and Saloon opene'd by whJl WESTj in
the Custom Iljouse Alloy, has 'the best oj
everything at very reasonable prices. w,
neat, clean and private, is the Oilie
Dr, E. S.
j.ttAUUATE 'OF THE HAlIXEMAy
meaicai OolIe:e of Chicago, will occupy t!.e
office of hia precep
Freeman. " '
or, the late Dr. Wxn. L
rr.ch I-' w
MOTTO FRAMES, etc.
oo IJaoie, licwazd Cards,
Bibles. Hymn Booka. I'ravr Tt-inVa i
1000 ccrsaELS riiI'1E
i r SEED I.I jr.
For sale by
feb26tft ALrREL) JIATTI.V. -
J JtfOST KESPECTFULLY TENDEl MV
services as Physician and Surgeon to tho
citizens of Wilmington ati viciaity. '
Office on North side ilarket, between LYc
ona and Ihird streoti.
P. W. POTTEIi, 11. Di
feb 27-1 w
rOR CHAPPED HKIN8, etc. PWF,
r CORN SOLVENT, Brown's Woodk-d
Balm, i and a fresh stock of Drufra and Medi
cines just received. Full and frceh p'o .
ment of GARDEN $ED J. I have no l.ft
Prescriptions accurately compounoec'.
F. C. A11LLER,
: ! Co rear 4th and Nun Him-.
Open day "and nisjht. ' '
TO INTRODUCE In every Ccucty in t:
! t i ' '
THE HISTORY OF TUE.BIDLE.
The b?st work to sell that has ever ben
published. Uplendid premium to every su b
scriber.; For ciicalars and le'ica a?-y t.
ence to . : j;
Tiiie Ur.nr thi:rcziur.tsi Co..
41, 4"? ad 45 hh tur t st , Svrw.ch, C't.
mcL 1 j -
Boot & Shoo Stoi o.
32 MARKET STSTiST.'
Boots an dj Shoos
skiving daily bt zx?r.:?zl
Coat soon to aroi4 the rab. Immrzio tilai
daily, j- ' . :.
Ky Goods In PrJces and Qaility cicrot I a
excelled by any' T . - ,
m Sona bat the beat ard jnosipopu'r onlcs
m iuc co as cry.
Another lot of those Scotch" Butioa Ecfcccl
Shoes just arrired. . -
-I ' . I I- ' " 1 '
Come and examine. The Same Old Pxic;
32 Marlict ; sircct:
ec.22 ' , sln of .the Show Cy.o "