THIS FA Pitt
la paoUeha erery afteraeoa, Saadaji
aepted by ' . I
JOSH. T. JAMES,
KOZTOB AHD FKOFKJKTOK.
SUBSCRIPTIONS, POSTAGE PAID,
joe year, $5 00 Six month, $2 50 ; Three
moatns, $1 J5; One month, M eenta,
rhe pPr will - be delivered by carriers,
reofeharge,inanT part of the city, at the
bote rates, or 13 cents per week.
AdTertisiag rates low and liberal
-Subscribers will please report any aid
11 failures to reccire tneir papers regularly.
BHOWN & BODDIGK,
5 & 10 Cent Store,
(N ; E. CORNER OF MARKET AND
t TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY of
thanking the general public Tor their very lib
eral patrocag-e in the there branch of our bu
tiuess n aeeire to sUte that at no time since
our first opening have we erer carried . inch
an s rtment as at present. Hariag antici
pated thf re ent grea adrance ia such goods,
we are nw fully prepared to offer the
largest and Cheapest
assortment eertehown in this section at any
time We can with truthfulness assert that
our b toe It is more than double the siae of any
other of this xind .-outh nf Baltimore. It is
a rery easy matter to call in and yerify the
We would also ad 1 that we hare of late
added sereral naw departments to the above,
whicb weretAil at higher prices, consisting
of many usefal articles in Housekeeping, Ac,
met as we hare a demand for, and in future
it will be our endearor to keep adding any
and everything we can buy useful and below
u na. Our intention ia to make this THE
Store of the South for
Bargains 9f allJKincls.
The following is a very imperfect list hat
our space will admit of no more.
Japanese Ware, Childrena Slates,
O fs ' a-J, Perfumery,
Tin Ware, Jewelry,
Scissors, C unbs, .
Frerch Dre sing-, Pep Guns,
Blacking, Door Bampe-s,
Ink, Cork ScrewB,
Oil Cans, Dolls,
Machine Oil, Hair Pins,
Trays, Lemon Squeezers,
Trumpets, Wa lets.
Toiled Soap, Brushes,
Foi ks, Bracelets,
Table and Tea Spoons, Beads,
Store Polish, Padlocks,
Can Openers, Screw Drivers,
Needle) and Pins, Clothes Pins,
Hammers, Jumping Ropes,
Pocket Book;, .
Note Paper and En-Toilet Jets,
Feather Dustei s,
Hamburg Edgings, Spool Cotton,
Hamburg Insertions. Spool Silk,
Ladies k Gents Bdk'f,8pool Flax,
Linen Table Napkins,Ladies Hose,
Liaen Table Doilies,' Childrens Hose,
Keening, Gents Socks,
Coliaretts, Gents Shirts,
&ot &c, &c, &c, &c.t
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BROWN & RODDICK,
5 and 10 Cent Store,
V. K. Corner of Market and Seeond Streets.
'fob 1.1 )
Fresh Every Day,
J YISX ASSORTMENT OF CANDIES,
French and Domestic, just received and for
TAB ONLY GENUINE HOME-MADE
Candy in the city, will be found every
day, fresh and swee tbree doors South or
the Postoffice on Second street. Also, Nats,
Raisins, Fruit, Ae, O. E. J EVENS,
jan 23 Near the Postofflce.
E WRITE ABOUT IT, year in and
year out, in the
Kdited and published by fcUFUS AMIS, at
Henderson, N. C. .
An un terrified Democratic, and yet a live
and practical buaine s man's paper.
Tells how to build up the industrial inter
ests of the State. How to mske money on
the farm, arid secure the best rewards for
Send $l.f0topay one year's subscription
and get Tobaooo Guide Book and Tobacco
Seed Free. Addrets.
febI7 Henderson, N. C.
2Q0 Hhds and Bbls New Crop,
and other grades Molasses,
l or sale by
.xach 1 HALL A PEARSALL;
1300 BBLS OOOD FLOUR,
y- Kvery Barrel Warranted.
At low prices by
mch l HALL k PBARS L..
FOR CHAPPED SKINS, ete. PKL'S
CORN SOLVENT, Brown's Woodland
Btla, and fresh stock of Drus and Mdi
Cinet Just received. Full 'and fresh assort-'
feaat of GARDEN SEEDS. I have no last
year's Seeds. . .
Prescriptions accurately compounded ; :
f t, a MILLER,
Corner 4th aadtiaa Streets.
Onen dy and nlht.
. . " . x ' . - . . . . ':
P Haixssiaeia Field Croquet.
LCTCE My Rev. Joseph R. Wilson, D.D.
Hbt Bataci, Clerk k Treat Tax Sale.
W.iW. Habeias, JL. D. Bomeopathy.
Yaim A La-ge Stock.
Eggs are selling at 11 cents a dozen.
Day's length 1 1 hours and S7 minutes.
Wirdow Glass--all sizes at luffer &
The greatest strike of the day Twelve
How to get off a good thing get out of
your girl's lap. '
A general revival of military spirit is
Oliver Wendell Holmes calls a kiss a
In Oak'dale there were two' interments
this week, both adults
Turners Almanac speaks of the weath
er 'to-day as changeable.
Gamblers frequently claim to belong to
the better class of society. -
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives &c
or the Children at Jacobi's.
Tha steamship Regulator left for New
York 1 1 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Nor. barque Arctic, Hansen, hence,
arrived atLiverpool on the 3d Inst.
Schooner Albert -Da'tey,Nason,hence,
arrived at Baltimore on the 4thinst.
Save your money .and bay your Build
ing Supplies from Altaffer & Price. f
Nor. barque Titania, Albrechtsen
hence, arrived at Trieste on the 1st inst.
Nor. brig Dolen, Dietrlchsen, hence,
arrived at Bristol," Eng., on the 4th inst.
Full Metal and Walnut Show Cases, all
styles and sizes, at Altaffeb, Price
One adult in Bellevue ig the only in
terment reported in that Cemetery this
Health (.fiber Schrf condemned and
sent ont of market yester ly a lot of
spoilt sausage meat.
To morrow is known variously as the
Fourth Sunday in Lent, Mid Lent and
Schooner Eagle, Bobbins, from Bos
ton, arrived at Bath, Me., on 'the 2nd
inst. to load for this port.
The wind hag got round to the North
east and the weather is colder in, propor
tion. Rain is threatened.
The Register of Deeds has issued four
marriage licenses this week all of which
were for colored couplet.
There,have been, seven interments; in
Pine Forest Cemetery (colored) this week.
Two adults and rive children.
The sale of real estate for city taxes
for 1879 will begin at the Oourt . House
door on Monday next at noon.
Christmas Fire Dogs and Fire Irons
Fluting Machines and every sort of
flirdare at lowest sort of cash prices at
There seems to be another boom in cot
ton. Futures advanced ten points to .day
and have advanced from the lowest point
this week between forty and fifty points.
New River oysters were offering last
evening as low as 40 cent a gallon.
and without takers. The weather was eo
warm that but few would risk a purchase.
Sixty thousand of the new 13, 15, 14
pezzles have been sold In Boctcn. Tha
alleged inventor of the thing claims that
he has already lost $80,000 through the
delay in getting a patent.
A youDg lady, who ought to know, ac '
counts for the disposition of the average
young fellow to put hi arm around a
girl's waist, by the supposition that be
U looking for the rib that wag taken,
f torn him so loDg ago.
Life is put together considerably like
a set of harness. There are traces of
care, .lines of trouble, bits of good for
tune, breaches of good manners, bridled
tongues, and everybody has to tug to pull
For the South Atlantic States, colder
north to east winds, cloudy, or partly
clondj weather, 7 possibly occasional
light rain,' higher barometer in northern
WILMINGTON, N. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1880.
Notwithstanding the advance in Cloth
ing and Gents Furnishing Goods, Shbjeb
Bros, are selling beautiful suits from $10
to $12. The well known Diamond Shirt at
$1 a piece. It will pay all who have an
idea of bQying a suit to call and examinp
the1 immense Spring stock they are now
Emma Frazier, colored, was arraigned
this morning for disorderly conduct on
private premises yesterday afternoon, for
which she was fined $S and costs.
An old colored weman who whs ar
raigned, tor committing a nuiaanea U the
streets was released. This was the ex
tent of the decket for the Mayor's consid
eration this morning.
The following unmailible pottal mat
ter remains in the postofflce in this city:
Mesee Armstrong, Ashpo? ; Hilliard
J Hnllen, Brlnkleville, N O; Dvid Gas-
ten, Malls Point. N O; Agnes T Pol loci;
Warren Oo, N C; Rob Kenby, Onslow
Co, N C; Mr Bryant, C C. Onslow Co;
Bradstreet Directory, 279 Broadway, N
T; Aloinda Sellars, Magnolia, N C; Pes
tai card to Ehricks & Co, enquiring about
bustles with straps and hooks In front.
Alinest a File.
As Health Officer Ssharff was crossing
Fourth street bridge last night, about 9
o'clock, he noticed afire on the premises
of a colored man named Merriek, on the
North side ot Campbell, between Third
and Foqrlh streets. He hastened with
ailsreed to the house, without giving any
general alarm, and by the prompt appli
cation of three buckets of water extin
guished the flames The damage was
Don't speak angrily to a child. Don't
kick a dog when he is asleep. Don't go
back on the friends of your parents.
Don't otten visit your neighbors at meal
time. , Don't neglect a cough thinking it
will cure itself. (Thousands die of con
gumption by go doing ) Don't forget Dr
Pierce's Golden Medical Disoovery, for it
cares a cough or cold i i onehalf the time
required by any other medicine, and is
the only mediciue known that positively
cures consumption in Its early stages.
Sold by druggists. tts
The Fo Hanttri.
A party of fox hunter went out early
this morning to engage in the sports of
the chase, and ia the Southern portion of
the city the hounds captured a young
fawn, which bad probably gtrayed from
its parent doe, and found its way into the
suburbs of the city. They also, before
their return, captured one fox, and . our
informant, who was one. of the party,
says that thsy ought to have captured
No change or Schedule.
A rumor having been circulated that
a change of schedule on the Wilmington
and Weldon railroad was tojtake place, to
go into effect to-morrow, we called at
Oapt. Divine's office to-day to ascertain
if such was the fact We were informed
by an "official fhat the subject of a change
of schedule had been mooted, but that it
had finally been determined not to change
the schedule now in. operation for the
present, and it is very uncertain if any
change will be effected during the sum
mer. At any rate there will be none for
some time to ceme.
! Look. Oat for Burglars.
A few nights since Mr. E. Turlington,
who resides on Walnut, between Sixth
and Seventh streets, was aroused by
some one attempting to enter his house
through one of the windowg. He aroee
quietly and went out at one door, while
his son, who bad also been arouged, went
out at another, and each passing around
he. house in a different direction, caught
the would-be burglar in an alley way In
the rear of the house. In an attempt to
surest the rascal, who proved to be a
colored man, a scufH ensued between him
and the younger Mr. Turlington, but he
succeeded in freeing himself, and crawl
ing under the house made his escape.
Hr. Alexander Johnson, who lives on
the corner of Sixth and Walnut streets,
was alse quite recently visited by one of
theae midnight marauders, (presumably
the game who made the attempt at Mr
Turlington's; who was discovered trying
to get in at the window.but being aware
that be, was soen and bi$ plans frustrated,
made hU eWpe. Oar people cannot be
too much upon their guajrd , against . this
sort of critry. ; - : 7
; A lia trill travel a tr2rcd cila jrfeib
Trutb la cutllss ca t!i boots. :
Meeting of Greinbackeis.
The Executive Comrnitreo of the
Greenback party held a meeting at the
Court House to-day for the purpose of
reorganizing and markicg out ,a lire of
policy for the next campaign. Captain
F. M. Wooten, the Chairman of the Com
mittee, tendered his resignation, which
was accepted and Mr.'.Thomas M. Gard
ner was elected- to fill the vacancy
created by Captain Wooten'a withdrawal
A committee was appointed to como-H
nicate with Hon. D. L. Russell to a seer-
tain at what time n;ot convetiient to
biraif, hucaoi) -in 'Wihninftlon Bnd
participate wi'h the other scattering
Greenbackers here and hereab uts for the
purpose of having a m iss meetiog. The
committee, which is to correspond with
Judge Rueseil, will4rueet at Squire Gard
ner'sofficeou Moodsy, thi8h inst.,at 10
llow men who have the interest of
this country, and the Southern
section of this country at heart, atjd
who profess to be true Southern
men, as we know some of the Green
backers to be, can go and ally themselves
with a party which chooses for its leader
one of the most inveterate Republicans
in this section of the country
is sometbiug beyoLd our ken. For
they must know, if they know any
thing, that they are just" being made tools
of by the Radical party, who give thtm
all the countenance' and encouragement
they can, even to voting for their candi
date.' Cannot our. friends who have
hitherto been so true to their
own section and people see
what use the Radicals propose makiDg of
them ? It is not the Radicals' lota for the
Greenbackers, (though they do love the
almighty dollar), but it is their intense
and undying hatred of the Democrat i
party which has driven them in disgrace
from place and power when they were
pillaging and plundering the people of
this good old State of all their wealth,
that caused the Radicals to ally so
closely with the Greenbackers at the
Congressional election in this district
The miserable Radical party for, long
years, like a great political vampire sat
upon the body politic of this dear
old North State and almost sucked the
last drop of her life's blood in its cravings
and inordinate greed for gain, which was
wasted in riotous living; and these are tie
people whom the Southern Greenbackers
are aiding and abetting in their opposi
tion to the honest sons of toil who are
working with the Democrats to bring
about a reduction in the enormous taxa
tions which the corrupt Radical party in
this State have saddled upon the present
generation of people in North Carolina.
Memorial services will be held on Sunn
day, March 7, to commemorate the death
of Monsigneur Adolph I. Cremieun, Life
Senator of France, and President of the
Alliance Universale Isralit, and whose
I3rvices to the cause of humanity and
enlightenment are eo widely known. There
will be services in the Temple of this
city to-morrow afternoon at 5 o'clock,
and a Eulogy will be delivered by .Rev. S.
Mendelsohn. Seats free.
Dr. Wilson s Lecture
Ticketa for Dr. Wilson's Lecture on
Monday night next are now on sale at tie
bookstores. Much interest is being mani
fested in the cause, and we feel sure that a
fine audience will be the result. The pre
ceeds are for the benefit of the Wilmirg
too Library Association.
Be sure and call for Dr. Ball's Cough
Syrup, if Ten. are troubled with a bad
Cough or Cold. It will give you relief.
For sale by every respectable druggist.
Price 25 cents a bottle.
It is expected that the steamer Pats
port will change her schedule, leaving
here in the morning, and returning ia the
afternoon, about the first of April. If
Mr. Myers would only inaugurate a
doable daily acheduje, as suggested by
our SmithYille correspondent some days
ago, we believe that it would put money
in everybody 8 pocket.
From a Prominent Drug House.
H. H. Wabneb & Co., Kochcsteb,
Y. Dear Sib; U is now only thia
months since we rec ived your first ship
ment ot Sfe Remedies. We have sold
drags ia this pUc lex twenty years, and
have never sold a proprietary medicine
that gives such universal satisfaction as
yours, especially your Safe Kidney and
Liver Core, and Sfa Diabetes Cure.
We could mention many .who have re
ceived great benefit in cases of Kidney diSi
coltieg, Aathmt, iHhenmttliin, Diabetse,
Brlgh.'d Disease, etc;": ; ... .-
: IpectfaHy yours, r.
- AlexandrU Day, 11. T.
WAIT I WAIT 2
WITH AN ENTIRE
MEW STOCK ! !
38 Market St,
NOT A SHOP WORN ARTICLE IN
THE ENTIRE STOCK AT
38 market St.
Easter Goods !
Easter Gloves I
NEW CALICOES !
in all 'varieties', shades and
H A HI'
38 Wlarket St.
FULL LINE OF BUTTONS,
FASHIONABLE FRINGES, ETC
to match Dress Goods, at
38 (Vlarket St.
Fullest and most complete Stock
ever in this city !
In all patterns, qualities and sty'e.
In all desirable tints and ofth c
; best make at
38 PJlarket St.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
The finest stock of Ladies and
Children's Hose ever brought
to this city.
At 38 Rflarket St.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWER, HJ.
In great variety at
Hahn's, 38 Market St.
Remember the place pej
38 Market St.
Wait for the Grand Opening and
have an entire New Stock to select
from. Prices to astound the na
tives. Remember the Grand Open
ing, , MONDAY, 3th.
' E3XlarIiet Gti
PLEASE NOTICE. . .' -
We will begfad to receive eommnnicaUom
from our friend on aey and all injects o
general interest but :
The name of the writer most alws rs be fur
nished to the Editor. - v
Communications a us t be written on only
one side of the pepcr. , v -
Personalities'mwt tc avoided.
And it is esrally atci psuicaiarly jmdvt
stood ttat the Editor does not always end ri
the views of correal -o.adestt, unless so Ulcd
in the editorial etii a t rs.
W, W. Harriss, EI.; l)m
IJOUEOt'ATIilU riiYSIOIAN. Office '
(t present) text Cenit lioure. Hay be cor
au'.ted, on Sonr' ajs and evenings during the
week, at residence, 5th atrcet,tiear Oranja.
rpiJE RLV JOSEPH R. Wl OX, 1. 1- ,
tvJl deliver a Lec are, for tb 6ene5t'of the
l ibrary Ast ciativu, at tWUPKK ,
m MQUA V, M-ch 6th, at 8 o'clock. P. 11.
Bnbject; "riacces". . ' ... . V.
AdmU-gfon 25c. Tickets to be tad at the
Bo.kstores acd at the door. v
mch 6-2t nac 1 i "
Office Treasurer & Collcplor, . .
City of V7ilminfftont II.
March' 6, 1880.
rpiIE SALS OF REAL ESTATE for City
Tax of 1879, will be commenced on Monday.
March 8th, at 12 o,o!oci, noor, at the Ccurt
House door. ' , . . . i
HENR5T SAVAGE, s
mch 6 It
Treas. A Tax Collector.
THE BE3T SETS F03 THE MONEr
ever offered. j
o Four Ball Hets, and Eiht Ball Sets, with
Boox complete, ia dovo-toil boxes with
hmjjea. For sale cheao at
A Great American ! Novel.
rjlHE MASTER OF RED LEAF,
. . Bj Mrs. K. A. Mernwetber.
rirst American from London Kdition.
Cloth 1.25;FaPor 75 cents.
Second supply just revived at
. HKi.NailLROER'P, -
mcb6 39 and 41 Market st. ,
rT VIKTOR AND IS PURSUANCE of
the proviiions of a c ;rtaia deed ofjiort
effe executed to Joel W. Wnfihin hv wn-
1 ham Sampson and wife, on the 2l-t dar t f
reoraary 18h, and recorded in the Keau -ter's
Office of New Banovei- Ciunty, in Hook
-N, N, N, page 69, ic, the hnders'giied as
Attorney for said mortxageo will .expose for
sale at pnblic auction, for casj, at the Court
House door, in the t-'itjr ofvv llmington, bn
Monday the 5th day t April, at 12 Voider,
M. the followicg described real estate In th
City of. Wilmington, aforeaaid: BeginnlAjr'
in the Southern Una. of Fanning street at A
point 83 feet from its inter-ection with thu
western line of Anderson stroet, thecce west-wardl-y
with Fanning street 82 feet,ruBniiJ(j
back 63 fet, being M part oflot 1, block 269,
official plan of the City of Wilmington.1!' "
mcb, S-s A tt'y for Mortgagee.
PER FE OILY NW OFFICE 8 AIE,
Mosler, Bahm&na A Co., mtnufiu turcrS
combination lock, weight I ;f 0 ) lbs, ;'4i
For sale cheap. Apply at i
mch 3 TUH OFFI03.v
Dr. E. S. P.gford, -
Q.BADUATE (7 TUV RAHEilAlT
Medical Col!ee f onicag'o, v. iil cccvpj the
office or hV' klT tbe late D'.' Wm, L
Freeman. mch 1-lw
A Lare Stock
Y"ELVET f 'M, :
WALNDT FUAilLH, -MOTTO
Also, Buniaj School BookaReward'Cafis
Diblee, Hjrnn Hooks, Trayer Iiokf, Ac, at
"mcb 2 PookHt-MP;
The . Kevv
Z2 MARKET STBr,ST.V:' :i
oots and Shoes
RaIVIN3 DAILT BY rX?iirfi3.
Come soon to arold the rcsf JaienM calef '
daily, . . k .
Vj Goods in Pri.M aad Q-Ult? cszzot hi "
excelled by any; - " :
Ifone batthe test aid mcH-pvpVLltT zniYes '
in thecoantrj. . . i. -
no ad VAxucs xi- rzc2is" v
Another lot of thosa Bcoteh Battja Ectcol -Shoes
jatt arrircd. -
, Coxae ard examUa. The Saine Old Prlcea
::ROp E H T E3 A L'
- co TJarlrct fiercer;