THIS PA FEB
I, paoluhed every afternoon, Buadari ex
J OS II T. JAMES,
IDITOB AWD PROPRIETOR.
One year, $5 00 Six months, $2 50 ; Tare
months, $115; One month, 60 cent.
: fhe paper will be delivered by carrien,
rM of charge, in any part of the city, at the
iDo re rates, or 13 cento per week.
AdTertisiBfr.rates low and liberal
"Sabacribers will please report any and
. ; failures to receive their papers regularly .
plea.se notice. '
We wiU bep'ad to receive ccmmuntcaUoot .
from our friend on any and all ittb!et"
general interest but: "uu-
The naae of the writer meat alwtysbe'faf
ciahed to the Editor. '
CoBcmnnicationa a ait ti
one side of the.paper.
wiitUn on only
rersonalities'nrust bv avoiJcd'. - -
And it is e5peclal2y acd;!tlcalarly uoder
stood that the Editor does not awaj. eadtna
the views uf 'correct ndecu, ualtjfi go
ia the editorial ciu-' '
WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1880.
tfii & KODDIGK,
5 & 10 Cent Store,
jN. COkNE.K OF MARKET AND
T?KK THl OPPOKTDNiTY.of
thanking the general public Tor their very lib
erl patronage in the bove branch of our bu
tiuMS na" ueaireto state that at no time since
our tkst uprnibfr hare we ever carried ench
an a8 rtment as at present. Haviag antici
pated the recent grea advance in such goods,
wt are now lully prepared to offer the
Largest and Cheapest
agaortmeht eTert8h( wq in this section at any
time We can with truthfulness acsert tht
our stock is more than doable the size of any
iith;r of this kind -nuth of Baltimore It is
a very easy matter to call in and verify the
We would also adi that we hare of late
a-j'cd ieveral new departments to the above,
which we retail at higher prices, consisting
of many useful articles in Housekeeping, Ac,
sue'- as we hare a demand for, and in future
it will be our endeavor to keep adding any
and everything we can buy useful and below
vane., Our intention, is to make this THE
titore of the floi th for ,
Bargains of all Kinds.
The following is a vry imperfect list bat
cur epace will admit of no more.
Japanese Wfe, t
O aes are.
Tin Ware, 1
Lemon Sqieex )rs,
Table and Tea Spoons, Beads,
Needles and Pins,
Pocket Boak, .
ote Paper and En-Toilet rets,
Feather Dqitets. Vtlocipedee,
Doll Carriages, Carts,
fcazor Straps, Wagoss,
Brooms, I -Wash Boards,
Buckets, I Clocks.
Hamburg Edging, Spool Gottoa,
Hamburg Insertions, Spool Silk,
Ladies & Gents Hdk'fs,Spool Flax,
Linen Table Napkins, Ladies Hose,
Liven Tab e Doilies, Childrens Hose,
kuchipg. Gents Socks,
Collaretts, Gents Shirts,
&c, Sec, &c, &c, &c,
" WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL.
BROWN & RODDICK,
5 and 10 Cent Store,
N. K. Corner of Market and Second Streets,
feb 21 '
Fresh Every Day,
FIXE ASSORTMENT OF CANDIES,
French and Domestic, just received and for
"THE ONLY GENUINE HOME-MADE
Candy in the city, will be found erery
day, fresh and sweet three doors South of
the Postoffice on Second street. Also, Nuts,
Raisins, Fruit, Ac. C. E. J EVENS,
jan23 Neat the Postofflce.
Mules and Horses.
2 0 HEAP MULES AND 15 Head Horses
arrived to-day and for sale.
''. T. J. SOUTHERLAND,
rach l-3t Sale Stables, 3d st
VTrE WRITE ABOUT IT, year in and
V V. year oat, in the
FdiUd and published by JUFU8 AMIS, at
Henderson, N. C, - '
An unterrified l)em e attc, and yet a live
and practical business man's paper,
i Tells how to build up the industrial inter
ests of the State. How to make money on
the farm, aad secure the best rewards for
Send $10 to pay one year's subscription
and get Tobacco Guide Book and Tobacco
Seed Free. Address,
feb 27 Henderson, N. C.
2Q0 Hhds au-i Bbl New Crop,
and other graces Molasses
l or sale by ;
inch I HALL PEARS ALL:
1200 BBLS Q00I) FLouRt
Every Barrel Warranted.
At low prices by , ,
chl HALL 4 PEAR3ALL.
LOCAL NEWS. ,
E. 8. Maetih, Att'y Mortgagee's Sale.
E-. 8. Martin, Att j Commissioner 'a Sale.
P HaiHSBiaosE The Time to Buy. -Tatss.
A Large Stock.
Window Glass all sizes at zltaffer &
Price's. ' ,f
Only the rich cn afford to wear paper
The storm signal was agaiD displayed
Steamship JBeneJ actor,- Jones, hence,
arrived at Xew York on the 3d inst.
Nor. brig Ndrsen, Christiansen, hence,
arrived at Christiana on the 3d inst.
Schooner. Matliews Kinney, Bates
heuce, arrived at Matanzas Feb. 24th.
Save your money and bay your Build
ing Supplies from Altaffer & Price. t
Schooner lialph llawcs, Getchell, " for
this port, cleared at Belfast, Me., Feb.
Full Metal and Walnut Show 'Cases, all
styles and sizes, at Altaffeb, Price
Steamboat men rep irt the Cape Fear
as very low and the water still falling
A sealskiu sacqae is very good in a
house where the girls are all of nearly one
Learning to carry a muff gracefully is
their hand in.
Those who try it soon get
For twenty five cents you can get Kid
Gloves in all sizes and shades, at Hahn's,
8S Market street- It
The work of tilling up the street car
track on North Front street has progress
ed as far as Princess street. '
Christmas Fire Dogs and Fire Irons
Fluting Machines and every sort of
R4?dare at lowest Bort of cash prices at
Railroad officials inform lis that it is
miserably dry and dusty on the lines of
travel from and to this city.
Schooner falter E. Chester, Case,
cleared at Boston on tbe 2nd inst for
Parker's Head J to load for this port.
The man is not necessarily brave who
knows nothing; about fear. He may be a
fool wko knows nothing about anything.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Ingram, for
Morehead Cityj and this port, cleared at
New York on tbe 3d inst., and sailed tbe
'Shall I hereafter darn your socks?'
is said to.be the fashionable language for
a young laiy to use when making a leap
McAllister, the magician who has leas
ed the Opera House in this city from tthe
15th to the 22nd inst, is drawing large
houses in Charleston this week.
The buds on the trees are bursting and
many flowers are in bloom iu the open
air. A cold spell would nip many of our
hopes of a good f uit sea3on '
. ji ' '.
Second Lieut. Qeo. F. J3 Harrison
has teen ordered to Fort Johnson. He is
expected daily and will fill a vacancy
which bas existed for a long time.
There was a fine attendance at the
dime party .given at Mrs. J. A. Willard's
residence last evening, and we trust that
a handsome fund -was realixed for the
benefit of the church .
- , Wilmington District
Secund round in part of quarterly meet
ings for the Wilmington District, Meth.
odist E Church, South.
Cuharie Mission at Hope ell, March 20-21
Ookesbury circuit at Salem, March 27-28
Bladen circuit at Soule's Chapel Apl S 4
Elizabeth circuit at Bladen Springs,
I - ' April 10 11
Whiteville circuit at WayiRan, Apl 17-18
Waccamaw Mis at Lebanon, Apl 24-25
L. S. Burkhead,
. - Presiding Elder.
. From a Prominent Drug Houso.
. 11. 11. WARJiEB & Co., ROCHKSTKB, S
T. Dsar Sib; It is now only three
mouths since we received your, first ship
ment of Safe Remedies. We h,ave sold
drugs in this place fox twenty years, and
have never pold a proprietary medicine
that gives such universal satisfaction as
yours, especially yoar Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, and Safe Diabetes Cure.
We could mention many who have re
ceived great benefit in cases of Kidney diffi
culties, Asthma, Rheumatiasa, D ia.be Ue.
Brigta's Disease, etc,
Alexandria Bay, H X
j Thelr Annlrertary
On the 22nd inst. the Little Giant
Steam Fire Engine Company will cele
brate their anniversary. There will be a
a trial of tbe engine during the day and
at night the festivities will wind np with
We learn that oar former townsman
Mr. J. G. Hashagan, bat more recently
located in Washington, D. C, as an
attache of the Signal Service Corps, ban
been transferred to the Signal Stat. on at
AUantic City, N. J.
I - , -
The following nnmailab'e postal hat
ter remains in the postofSce in this city:
David Gasken, Moles Point, N. C.
Hilliard J. Hulia, Briukersville, N. C ;
Alanda Hollars, Magnolia, N. C; Moses
Armstrong, Asbpoo Postal card no
signature; Enrich & Co., no address.
Kid Gloves in all size and shades for
2! cents, worth 75 cents, at Hahn's 38
Mr. Henry A. London, Jr , of Chat
ham county, is In the city to-day and
favored as with a visit.' Mr. London is
just here front Raleigh, where as Chair
man of the Democratic Executive Com
mittee of the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict, be has been in .attendance-at the
meeting of the State Committee.
i ice for Fayettevllle.
Two flat loads of ice, from the cargo
which arrived her6 yesterday, were taken
in tow for Fayetteville to-day. The
steamer Governor Worth took one of the
fiats in tow and the Wave the other.
The iee is consigned to Messrs. 'Starr &
Williams, of Fayetteville. The accom
panying documents grow profusely
around Fayetteville. Here's lack to you 1.
In a New Role.
Ex-Sheriff Tim Lee, of Wakex, who i
known in every section of the St te, is in
the city, not in the capacity of the keeper
of the "Delmonico of the South," but as a
commercial tourist. He is traveling in
the interest of Clark Brothers of New
York. Old Tim has not severed his con
nection with his interest in Raleigh and
still runs the "Delmonico of the South.f
John Guthrie was arraigned last night
and taken to tbe Guard House upon two
separate charges, to wit: disorderly con
duct, and assault and battery. This
morning he was arraigned, first upon the
charge of disorderly conduct, and next
upon the charge of assault and battery
upon vthe person of Justice J. C. Millis.
The Mayor prnnounced judgment of $20
fine, or $10 in eaeh case, which defendant
signified his willingness to pay. The
court then adjourned. -
. Kid Gloves iu all sizes and shades for
25 cents, worth 75 cents, at Hahn's, 38
Market street. It
Fine Fish aud Oysters.
Mr. John Carroll shipped oyer two
hundred 'pairs of roe shad to New York
this morning. It is a great pity 'that he
cannot ship some of those fine fat oys
ters raised by Mr. ;Wlnberry on New
River. He is the only person here who
gets them and the demand in this city
keeps him busy supplying orders. The
oysters received to-day are particularly
fine, and would make almost any one
Carroll sweet melodies.
'.! ' :
A Tindlcation and Correction. -
' jWt learn that at a meeting of the
Board of Commissioners of Navigation,
held at the office of the Chairman, Mr.
James H. Chadbourn, yes'erday morn
ing, Mr. J. W.MintE. the pilot on board
tbe schooaer A. & E. Hooper, at the time
of that vessel's collision with the steamer
Korth &taUtujmi fujly exonerated from
all blame in tbe affai. We are happy
to be able to state mIso, which we do most
cheerfully, that the pilot left the llcoper
after she bad come to anchor, aad at ttie
request of tbe Captain of tbe said vessel, to
go ia search of a tug.
Notwithstanding the advance in Cloth
ing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shlieb
BnpL are selling beautiful suits from $10
to $12. The well known Diamond Shirt at
$i a piece. It will pay all who have an
idea of buying a suit to call and examine
the immense SprLg stock they are now
! -L - - -.--
True success results from true merit.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hsir Renewur
U placed before the publie, resting , solely
on iu own merits. Its tncctsj U already
indisputable. : -iSi' J--
Fxainining the Pilots.
Doctor Thomas F. Wood, Assistant
Surgeon in the U. S. Marine Huspital
service at this port, has been bui'y en
gaged all the morning in rnttki :g an
examinatiou of river and bar pilots for
color biiadne6a. This we believe is in
accordance with a recent act of C nress
and appiiea to all pilots, whether tbe
piy tbeir vocation at the mouth of the
river or over the oar there, or whether
the) steer a boat Irom herd to Fayette !
vilie. We learn hww.-Vtr that ail wh
have been exa'nir.ed thus fir have nhowi ;
no dtfects iu thcir: vision, either in color
bluulnesii or anything else.
The Fire This Morning.
At about 11:30 o'clock this forenoon!
theaiaim of tire waa sounded, and an spw
peal to tbe telephone informed us that it
was at the drug store of Mr J. W. Cono
ley, on the corner of Hanover aud Four h
streets. The tire caught pp the roof and
it is supposed ignited from a spark from
one of the locomotives oh the railroarj
Mr. Frank Maunder, who lives nearly op
posite, went with a bucket of water and
extinguished the flames. There was no
damage except to the building, which is
the property of Mr. J. H Straus3, and
that will not exceed three or four dollars
Tha fire department was promptly on
hand, but owing to the prompt action of
Mr. Maunder its services were not need
For twentj -five cents you can get Kid
Gloves in aU dzes and 6hades, at Hahs'.s,
38 Matket street. It
According to previous published not'c
a meeting of the stockholders in the
Duplin canal enterprise, who reside in
this county, was held at the Produce Ex
change Rooms this afternoon to receive
the report of the Committee, who were
appointed to solicit subscriptions and ems
powered to appoint a Collector and Treas
urer for this county. Mr. B. G. Worth
was called to the chair. . The committee
then reported that ten per cent
of the amount of stock sub
scribed had been paid in.
The chair appointed Mr. Robert H. Mc
Koy as a representative of the stockhold
ers in this section to attend the meeting
of the general stockholders, to be he Id in
Magnolia, Duplin county, on the 10th
inst. Mr. McKoy will call on all the
stockholders andjjettheir proxy, so that
the full amount of the stock held in this
county will be represented at Magnolia.
The appointment of Mr. McKoy, however,
does not prevent any other stockholder
who may happen to be in attendance at
Magnolia from acting as a delegate also.
The latest designs in buttons are mice,
lady birds, dogs and owls.
Colored satin gathered Bands are worn
half way up the arm, bracelet fashion.
1 The newest in hosiery are plaids and
Roman stripes, with handsome 6ide
Gilt and silver balls for the hair, are
the fashion brought in by the Spanish
Pretty little cat es of jet are called
'coats of mail,' . and are designed to be
worn with any costume.
Pretty shopping bracelets have pencils
attached, either silver or gold, and are
often richly jeweled.
Handsome jetted bonnets are worn with
carriage, reception, church and full dress
Indestructible French flowers are the
best kind for art decorative purposes in
doors, as well as outdoors, as neither beat
nor cold, storm, rain or snow can harm
A pretty ornament for a writing-desk
is the new pen-rack that holds pen
holders, paper cuttter, eraser and pencil,
each with heavy ebony f tick finished
with a dog's hea.
Merino is used for morning and house
dresses; they are trimmed with borders
of rich-figured cretonne stripes, usually
seen only on curtains, with veinings and
shadings an 1 embroiderei ' in silk,-
These bands are very handsome.
The newest lace cravat is a large lace
bow, called the Marveillense, in imitation
of the bews worn during the French re
volution. JUll coiffurei for young ladies are very
simple this sea-on, the only ornaments
admissible heing a few flowers, or a
jeweled comb or pjignard.
, A lady in oar neighborhood who has
suffered for over three months the most
extreme torture by a violent Cough, has
become completely cored by 1 Dr. Ball's
Cough .Syrup, For sale- ia cv ery Drag
Store, -- - -
WAIT I WAIT I
WITtl AN. ENTIRE
1VTEW STOCK-! !
38 SVlarket S
NOT A SHOP WORTi ARTICLE
THE ENTIRE STOCK AT
Easter Goods !
Easter Gloves !
NEW CALICOES !
mm DRESS GOODS
in all varieties, shades and
figures, at ,
M; AW N 5
38 iVIarket -St.
FULL LINE OF BUTTONS,
FASHIONABLE FRINGES, ETC..
to match Cress Goods, at
38 Market St.
Fullest and most comilete Stock
ever in this city !
In all patterns, qualities and sty'co.
In all desirable; tints and of the
best make at '
38 aT arket St.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY!
The finest stock of Ladies' and
Children's Hose ever brought
to this city.
At 38 Market St.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, ETC
In great variety at -
Hahn's, 38 Market St.
Remember 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. Eemember the Grand Open
ing. - V: ' . .'
S3 TJarlzet Gti,
New A f 1 r o r t i f m o n t. q.
o'.tf ni-rrapnc auction. fr cafb, t the Cout
M ue do .r, la the li y of :mi l-.ob. i
Monday tbe 5ih dy ot April, m 12 ,,'d .
M. the fo -.lowing dtecribtd tta! estate iu i. -Lityt
f W i iiunn. n, at'o'epair: Wvcirrinr"
n the Southern hae of .Ksr.n'L .t, t a
f",u';j "-ei irom its inter icm.u with the
K. 8 3JARTIX,
Att'y for Alortgapfe.
BY VriiTUE AND 1 YVKU AXCX of
a decree f the Superior Court of New
L'a-over County. ' ma jo at the' Fall Term,
1379, tho undersipntd, us Coianiidinrter ap
pointed for that purpose wilt espote for $ ale
atthe Qourt Houe Uu. r in the f'itj of Wil
mington, on Tuesday, fit-h dr of April 1SSJ,
at 12 o'clock, Mi t'ie follrwinjr tract of land
?nsiH Ci'y : Uetirinir.tr at the Kafteiddrt
Front. etr et66 feet .outh from tha interew.
tinn in.it southern line'f Wooster street,
tf ence bouth with Front street 16 frt nd
running at right angle with said gfet
feet, b-ing a part ot lot' 1 block 45, otliciaf
plan of City of Wi'itis-gtoa. Term caU.
i:. 8. MARTIN.-
PERFECTLY NLW OFFICJG SAFE,
Moaler, BahmanQ & Co., . inaiiuuctarcrs,
combiDation lock, wcighi 1,30 Iba.
.For eale cheap. Ayp'y at
mch 3 Till ?.0FJCE.
. , i t j .
The -.Timeyto Buy
A PIANO OR OIUJ h X.
is when they are s -Msg cUtapi
TUE PLACE TO 'JLTY
A First Class Instrurneut, either for Cash or
on the iEbtala.eat PUn, is at
THE LlVi-J iiOiJiv STORE.
i I TLANK BOOKS, a'l siz a and ctvlc, VTri
I J .tiug Papers of every variety, ai d Knvel-
opes-to matco, lexg, 'luciiage, Jnxatat-dj,
Penp, Gold and fet-el, Penci Ponholdera,
and every thing in tbo liovk, btitione;y and
Music Line, at
II V NSTJKRflER'fl,
o J and 41 Market St.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDCWE.
TRADE' MARXTnj GRKATTnAD2 MARK
hea, 1 rapotea..TS
cy, and nil dls- cw v ur-.
BEFORE TAKIXC. eases thatfol-AfTR -TAXISC.
low, as a sequence of celf-Abase; aa Losa ot'
Memory, Universal latitude, l'ain ia, the
Sct, Diinnesa of Vision, Pem stare Old
Age, and mny other Dideses thU lead t?
Insanity or Coneumptioa aad a 1'rematarj
SSU particulars in our pamphlet,
which we desire to send free b7 mail to everj
one. The HpeciCc Medicine is Bold by
all druggists at$l per package, or eix pack
&ze for $5, or will bo nent fre by wiil tu
receipt of the monev by addressing . '
THE CPAY MEDIC1KE CO..
.Mechanic's block, Detroit, Mich..
!5S, Sold in nimingtori, "Wholesale ar.J
Retail, by Green . JIa-Ecr ted 'l drufc'flijla
everywhere. .ct 11-dawly., .
Dr, E. S- Pigford
Q.BADUATE OF TIIE niONZMAN'
Medical College cT CLiea&'d, w'ul cccupj Ho
officeof Lia preceptor, tlie lata, Dr. Wou.TU
Freeman. mch 1-Jw
A Larq;e Steele
M I'TM Fi:A2fi, etc.
Alco, cut vajr cl ..... i ii j'AijUevard Cardi,
Uitlcs, Hymn 3ook, Prayer li jols, Ac, at
1000 BU33ELS vv'V:iZ
. BZKD ElCr.
For sale by
f-b 26 tf ALFIiED HAT 1777.
. AlOkT BESPEOTFULLr 7ZHDE& MY
scrrlcci as PLyiiciaa aud Curgcoa to the
cliiiem of Wr.xciLgtoa ad Ticiaitj.
OfCce oa Ncrlh svla 21&rkct, bitweea Sec
ond ard Third irfcu.
I l, W.POTTES;iLI. '
fib ?7-' -.
FOR! CHAPPED etc I?LS
aULVENT, lirown ' Woodland -Balm,
and a freah ciocfc of Drags and Altdi
cineajust reciTed. FbU and frcih jrt
meat of OAKDEf SEtDJ. I lur? uoHh
year Seed', i, . ,
-PrwcriDtioaa accartlr comWn-d. -.
. F. C. MILLEH,
O VIRTUE NI) TV PURSPAN'OR of
J the provisions jf c rtHia ded ofMort
ZQ executed to. Joel Vv. Woivn tv YUI
'.'m.hainr-n and wiTp, on the 21 t dav i f ' "
.r"V1?'3'Bna C'Tded ia the Reci-
s 'JUic i.f ew Hauover Couatv. tn brok .
, S, pjre 5sy. c., the ondeBred
Attorney f".r id in(rtt'a will
wtaiern ai.e o: Ar.noa tr tUeuce west
wftrdlv with K'"i.!n,r .f-.,.,. tn ' p ;
- - - .i,cllCurvj loei.runDiBir
back 6 fet, bMnr part of Jot I, block 269,
ullioi&l pJan tf the j;y of Wilniirgtoi.
Open diyii xJrtt.
f.V I-tf ;