THIS PA FEB
If puollstaed every afternoon, 8uadays ex
; jo an. t. james,
KDITO JfO PBOPKUETOK.
tOB8CBlPTK)IT8. POSTAGE PAID.
On, year,S& 00 Six months, $2 50 ; Three
moathJ, II 15 ; One month, 50 Qent.
me paper delivered by carriers,
r of charge, ia any part of the city, at the
iterates, or 13 cents per week.
'AdTertisinjr rates low and liberal
Subscribers will please report any aid
IV 'aitore to receive their papers reirularly.'
fiOWN & RODDICK.
5 & 10 Cent Store.
(N. K. CORNER OF MARKET-AND
yyE TAKE TBifl OPPORTUNITY of
thanking the general public for their very lib
oral patroaage in the above branch of our bu
tiness and desire to state that at no time since
oar first opening have we ever carried each
to uiortmeBi as Atpient. Havis antici
pated tfi recent grea advance in such goods,
we are bow lolly p pared to offer the
largest and Cheapest
assortment everjib wn in this section at anj
time We can with truthfulness assert that
out stock is more than doable the sixe of any
other of this kind nath of Baltimore It is
k very easy matter to call in and verify the
ihnTK itatMITIAbt. J '
w"e would also ad i that w have of late
adrfod several new departments to toe dot,
kih mm mt&ll at higher d rice s. consisting
of maay useful articles In Housekeeping, Ac,
such as we hare a demand for, and in future
it will be our endeavor to keeD adding any
mil TnrTthinff we can bur useful and below
va'oe. Our intention is to make this THE
Store of the flo th for j
Bargains of all Kinds.
The following is a vry imperfect list bat
our space will aomit oi bo more.
G es W a-e.
Trays, , -Trumpets,
Door Bumpers, "
Table and Tea Spoons
Needle and Pins,
tfete Paper and En-Toilet bets,
Hamburg Edgings, Spool Cotton,
Hamburg Insertions, Spool Silk,
Ladies 4 Qents Bdk'fs,8pool Flax,
Linen Table Hawkins, Ladies Hose,
Liaen Table Doilies, Childrens Hose,
Kuching, Qents Stcks,
CoUaretts, Gents Shirts,
Ac, Jtct &c, ice, &c,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BROWH & E0DDICK,
5 and 10 Cent Store,
X. E, Corner of Market and Second Streets.'
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Wilmington, W. C.
mu.; SAIL FROM 5KW WTOUK til
SATURDAY. March 13.
Clippers can rely upon the prompt
fHIaff of Steamers as advertised. -C
For Freight Eagagemeats apply t j
TUOS. E. DOrfD, Bup't, "
, i - Wilmingtosi, N. C.
, TBCO. O. EG KB, Freight Agent.
-m. V ' -i y "few York.
, cm. p. cltdk a ca, :
. M Broadway. 5ew Fork.
jJQQ BD8HKL3 PRIME
-V I'..- skkd bice.
' s " For salt by '
fsbMtf ; - ALFRED MASTUf.
Opiei Bocss Prof. i. M. If acellister.
PHautssaaaia The Gem Puzzle,
Yates .Solved !
Window Glass all
Brig lirozidian, Berg, for th't portj
sailed fiom Rotterdam on the 8:h iusr.
Easter Sunday, which falls on the 28th
lost., will close the Leo ten season of tbia
Schooner Helen J. Holway, Thompson
for this port, sailtd from Boston on the
8th inst. ' !
There were quite a number of white
cranes In the river opposite the city
Ready mixed Paints, strictly j. ure White
Lead, dors, , Brushes. Window Glass,
fcc., at Jacobi's.
'Pin a 4( was bad . enough without
this new miserv of trvioz to Din 14 be-
r W M.
tween 13 and 15
Ger. baraue s.manda. Schulfz, from
Rotterdam for this port, sailed from Hel
bert on the 8th inst. ,
I These .are, now two persons confined
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In the county jail charged with capital
crimes, one with arson, the other burglary.
Barque James E. Ward, Atkinson, hence
for Pensacola, before reported ashore on
the Bahamas, has been gotten off. and
towed into Nassau, N. P. 1
Spirits" turpentine is on a big boom
this week. It sold to-day at 49 cents,
having vterted out on Monday last at 43$
Schooner JEmtVy H. Natflor, Fisher,
hence, for Boston, arrived at Datch Island
Harbor on ' the 7th iost, and proceeded
on ber passage the same day.
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The rain today may do some good In
washing out the huckster's garbage boxes
and -barrels which have ornamented tae
street corners -for so long a time. K
The New Market will be illuminated
to morrow night and formally opened on
Saturday morning. At the grand illumi
nation there will be a band of music, etc.
We've got a rifle, and we are going to
get a howitzer, then let some demon
eome at us with hia 14, 13. 15. We
will work in the interest of the coroner.
The " barque Stanhope, Williamson,
hence, for Hamburg, arrived at Dover,
February 25th, with;damage to bulwarks
and deck houses through being struck by
a heavy sea in the Atlantic, ""
We learn that a large number of rafts
of naval stores and timber are on the way
down here from the Black river. Big. and
Little Coharies and other streams tribu
tary to the Cape Fear, from Sampsou
Messrs, A v and . fcHMKR received this
day another ne lot ot Spring and Sum
mer suits for Men, Youths and Boys wear.
All of i their ClothingNwM manufactured
In J anuaryi consequently customers will
gat the advantage of the advance in goods.
Call early and. select your choice. f
No wonder the people have confidence,
when the best physicians are prescribing
Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup in all cases of
Coughs, Colds etc
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At the City Hall.
Mike Peden, the little vagrant darkey,
well known in police circles, was arrested
last night asleep on a door step and
taken to the guard house where he now
Phillis Moore, the craay colored woman
who has. frequently been sent out beyond
the city limits and as Irequently made
her reappearance inside of the corporate
limits again, was yesterday arrested for
being noisy and disorderly. She will
probably be sent back to the Insane De
partment at the Poor House from which
she has but recently been diseaarged. .
Fanny Jackson, colored, was arraigned
before E H. McQoigg, J. P., upon the
charge of assault and battery In two cases
The defendant was found guilty and, com
mitted to' Jail in default of payment of
$9.40 costs. '" ' .
The little darkey spoken of in yecter
day's Review, who had an affra with a
little white boy, nd then ran to the 'law
shop of J. C; Hill, a colored J. wa
to-day arraigned before a talagistrate and
fined one penny and the costs . The white
cor was arraigned at the same time hnt
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WILMINGTON, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH
The following mnmailable postal raat
ter remains in the Post Office In this city:
Mary A McArn, Georgetown, S C.
Calld SUrliag, Richmond, N C; W H
Merrick, Warren Co, N C; Katie Willi.
Ward's Mill, N C.
j Thsj Cap: Fear.
When, the North State left Fayette
ville, Wednesday morning, the river had
risen about 22 feet; and it was still rising
at the rate ot about eighteen inches or two
feet per hour, promising to bo one of the
greatest freshets for the past four years.
Plows, Shovels,7 Pitohtoiks, Spades,
Rakes, Trace Chains, Plow Lir.es, &c. For
the lowest prices, go to Jacob i's.
Fifty seven and a Half.
There are forty nsiles of telephone
wire .strung through this city, about
fifteen miles of telegraph and gold ex
change wires, and about two and one-half
miles of signal service wire, making a
total of fifty-seven and a half miles of w he
We Don't Like It.
We notice some of our exchanges are
insisting upon farmers raising chufas to
fatten hogs on. It may be a eheap food
but it ruins the meat.. Mock of the
pork brought to this market this season
has been chufa fed and consequently was
very, dark and of a bruised look.
Alaso or Fire.
The fira alarm for the Third Fire Dis
trict was sounded last night about eight
o'clock aid the department turned out
promptly but could not find the fire
Near the corner of Market and Seventh
streets one of the hose reel .horses fell
down and was thought to have injured
himself, but upon examination it was as
cer timed there were ne injuries. The
animal got up and trotted back to the Eu
Everybody can get salted with a Pocket
Knife, also Table Cutlery, at Jacobi's
Mars is the evening star, and holds the
place of honor during March; for he plays
an .important part in a beautiful celestial
phenomenon that occurs in the early
evening of St Patriok's Day. An occul
tation of Mars by the moon will 'then
take place under conditions favorable for
i i 1
observation, should that threatened snow
storm fail to occur. The occnltation
commences about 6:80 e e lock, an 1 the
planet will be about an hour past the
meridian and at an altitude above the
horizon that will insure a good view.
while the moon will be within a day of
her first quarter.
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
sumption by so doing ) Don't forget Dr
Fierce s Golden Medical Discovery, for it
cures a cough or cold ii one half the time
required by any other medicine, and it
the only medicine known that pveitively
cures consumption ia Its early stages.
Sold by druggists. us
) Death or an Old Citizen.
A telegram was received by Mr. Martin
Newman this morning announcing the
death of Mr. Hammon Sampson, in New
York. Mr. Sampson was well known in
this city and universally liked by all who
knew him. A year or so ago he sold out
his! interest in the dry goods business in
this city, now run by his brother, Mr. J.
Sampson, and went North to recuperate
his health. Yesterday he was taken with
a stroke of paralysis and died this morns
ingl His remains . will be interred in
Greenwood Cemetery, New York, in the
family burying ground. Daring life he
was an honorary member of the Hook &
Ladder Company, of this city.
An Active PaDIDhing House.
Messrs. T. B. Peterson & Brothers, 306
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, have just
?ublished the following new books ; I'be
ittle Countess,' by Octave Feuillet.
Nana, and L Assommoir,' by Emile Zo
la, i The American L' Assommoir a Par
ody on Zola's L'Ass mmoir 'How She
Won Him ; or, the Bride of Chsnnin?
Valley.' 'Major Jones' Courtship,' with
21 illustrations. Angele's Fortune, by
Ardre TheurieL Dcsia,' bj Henry Gre.
ville, and 4Hyde Park Sketches,' all in
uniform $tyle with theii" editions of 'Hen
ry Grev.llfc'j' popular work. 1 heafl bo ,ka
ae Very entertainin? and are mlin
with the sncctss tbey deserve.
Booksellers ra requested to eend
in their orders, ana all Bunk Buyers
1 Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa.
Board or Aldermen.
There was a special meeting of the
Board of Aldermen held this afternoon at
4$ o cIock to hesr the feport of the com
mittee appointed to roport on the New
Market Hooae building. The proceedings
are too late for this afternoon's issue.
Prette, c haagr!
Professor McAllister will open his
engagement in this city on Monday even
ing and promises to perform some won
derful tricks. We have no doubt that
he will fulfill his proiuiees here as he has
done ia other places. The paper apeak
well of ilia performances and further
states that his gifts are substantial and at
advertised. Reserved seats will be put
on sale at tleinsberger's to-morrow morn
We were pleased to meet to day with
our young friend, Mr. John D. Sprunt,
formerly of this place, but now a citizen
of Brunswick, Georgia, where, we are
happy to learn, cur friend is carrying-on
i a successful commission business. Mr.
Sprunt is en routt he tells us, to Europe,
and proposes taking steamer at New York
for the other side early next week. We
wish hint bon voyage and a safe return.
Put In at Smlthtllle.
Schooner Oenl Patterson, While, from
Baltimore for Port Antonio, Jamaica
put into Smithville yesterday for a har
bor where two of her seamen deserted.
Capt. White came up to the city and,
with the assistance of bis consignees,
Messrs. Harriss & Howell, procured other
seamen and supplies and goes down on
steamer Elizabeth to-morrow to proceed
on his Toy age. Capt. White is an old
acquaintance here having traded to this
port a quarter of a century ago.
Full Metal and Walnut Show Cases, all
styles and sizes, at Altai-fee, Price
A Co's. ,
. The Canal Meeting, i
In acco dance with previous announce
meat, the stockholders ef the Duplin Cm
nal Company met at Magnolia yesterday
for the purpose of t rganization.
The meeting was organized by making
Mr. Joseph Oarr, of Duplin, Chairman,
and Mr. J, T. Bland, of Pender, Secre
tary. JLai. W. L Yeung, who was present,
made a statement relative to the cxpena
incurred by himself and Mr. B. H. Jones,
cf Raleigh, ia forwarding the enterprise
to its present, condition. The meeting
then voted to donate thirty shares te each of
the above named gentlemen as a compen
sation for all past services. This was ac
cepted by Maj. Young, for himself aad in
behalf of Mr. Jones, for whom he was
empowered to act, and the charter of the
Company was .then surrendered to the
The meeting then proceeded to vote in an
election cf officers for the company for the
ensuing year, with the following result:
For President, Mr. B. G. Worth, of New
Hanover; Treasurer, Mr. J. H. Boat
wright, of New Hanover; Secretary, Col
lector and Paymaster, Mr. David Far
rior, of Duplin; Superin tea dent. Maj. W.
L. Young, of New Hanover, and a Board
of Directors consisting of Messrs. B. G.
Worth, W. Calder and R. H. McKoy,
New Hanover; W. T. Bannerman, o
Pender: W. L. Miller and 8. H Trimble;
The proceedings were all harmonious
throughout; every one present seemed
awake to the importance of the enter
prise, and all worked with a will to ac
complish the desirable result
You can buy No. 1 Cooking and Heats
lngatoves at almost any price at Jacobi's
The rmomet neat.
From the United States Signal Office in
this place we obtain the following report
of the thermometer, as taken this mom
iog at 6:56 o clerk :
Oalro, 111....M........ al
Charleston, 8. C..60
Cincinnati... M 33
.Yen York... .26
Punta Haas a, t laOQ
Savaaaah, Ga..... J
St. Louis Mo.M..M3-J
St. Marks, Flsu..00
Vicksburg, Mias ,18
Fort Gibson, I. T OJ
aixphis, Tenn..M i
The pe- p'e have been so much im
nosed uikm4 by wnrthlesj Blood Purihers,
that we arc &id to be ab c to recommend
a preparation hich can be depended on
at contatniug la valuable medicinal vir
toea, and ia worthy of the public confi
dence AYEBo 8ARSAPABILLA cures,
when anything caa core, the diseases thai
require an alterative mtdidnc.
1 1, 1880. NO. 25
! Window Glass of all sizes, Doors, Sasb,
and Blinds, Builders' Bardware,&3 lxw -est
prices at Jacobi's.
To the Rescue.
The good people in the neighborhood of
Shoe Heel have come fo-ward very nobly
to the rescue of the suffering people io
Ireland. Rev. Roger Martin writes to
Messrs. Alex. Sprunt & Son sending the
handsome sum of $64 73 to be applied
to this purpose. We publish herewith
Mr. Martin's letter as it CArrie ith it its
Shoe Hkel N. C March 10th, 1880.
Dear Sjk: Enclosed please find dralt
for sixty-four 73-100 dollar, the amount
of two collections for the benefit of the
One in Centre Presbyterian Church,
February 29th, $27 23; one in Shoe Heel
Presbyterian Church, February 22 $37.-
o. xotai $64.73.
Please give this mouev its Droner direc
tion and acknowledge rrceipt of same as
above, designating tb Churches.and their
respective amounts. It u proper to add,
these sums were contributed by the com
munity generally as well as the Churches
and the credit is due to the good people.
Very respectfully yours.
Lilt or Ai piuntmeals by Bishop At
ktnson, for his Spring Visitation.
WilmingtoD, Sunday before Eastpr,
St Mark's Church, Morning.
St. John's Church, Evening "
Rockfisb. Good Friday, March -26.
St. Joseph's, Fayetteville, Easter Eve,
Cf i u March 27
SL John's, Easter Day,
TaTboro,First Sunday after Easter, April!
Mariboro, Tuesday, April 6.
Snow Hill, Wednesday, April 7.
St. John's,Pitt county, Friday, April 9.
Greenville, Second Sunday after Easter,
. . ' ' - April 11
Trinity, Beaufort county, Tuesday, Apl 13
St, Jehh's, Durham's Creek, Wednesday,
. 1 April 14
Aurora, Friday, April 16. , '
Washington, Thlid Sunday after Easter, J
Zion. Beaufort county, Monday, April 1J I
St James' Church, Beaufort county,
wu, .,, , Wednesday, April 21
Makehville, Hyde couu v. Fridav.Anrn'oa
Swan Quarter, Saturday, April4.
St. George, Hyde CO., 4th Sun; aft. Easter,
. .... April 25
aiiutuu, aiuuuay, vpni V.X5,
vanceboro, Craven count v. Fridav. Ani
Newberne, Fifth Sud. aft. Easter, May 2
ucauwn, xucsuay, may 4.
Kinston, Ascension Dav. Mav 6.
Holy Innocents, Lenoir co-, Friday, May 7
n luuiuvou, ounaay ait. Ascension,May 9
St. James Church, Morning, r
8t. Paul's Church. Evening
Warrenton, Whit, Sundav. Mav l fi. .
Ridgeway, Monday, May 17.
Henderson, Tuesday, May 18.
Oxford, Thursday, May 20,
Kittrell's, Saturday, Mav 22.
Louisburg, Trinity Sunday, May 23.
PADni80N-In Memphis. Tenn.. on Feb
ruary J2d EDWARD W. PADDI80N, aged
J8 jears. He was a native of Virginia, but
for the past 15 years a resident of Memphis.
6 NIGHTS AMD SATURDAY MATI
NEE AT 2 P. M.
Commencing Monday, Karch 15th.
The Great and Only
Prof J, EL Elacailister
In his Wonderful Eastern Illusiona.
Elegant aad costly Presents
away at every performance
tr!f?!CAdtrilion Adml"i0o ith prcs-
eat of (2) Envelopes (0 cents. Gallery witb l
preseui oi Envelope 26 cents. A dollar
ticket entitles the holder to admission to any
pt rt of the house aad will be press a ted with
Reserved Setts for sale at Heiniberger'j,
without extra charge.
meh 11-th -sat
JOT THE C EM" PUZZLE, BUT .THE
Qaestioa as to who keeps
The Scat Assortment,
The Finest Stock,
At the Lowest Prices.
Come aad sec lor yourself.
FOB CHAPPED 8EUT8. etc PKI '8
COR SOLYEJH', Brown's Wooded
Bala, aad a fresh stock ofDr.M .. JzZ:
ctoec just received. Fall and freeh assort
ascat of GARDESf 8EEDR. r "T.
Picscriptioas accvatcly eompA.B4d.
. . O. MILLEB.
Ooraer 4tii aai an tr'.t
We will ber' ad to rw-!-'t,:..-.t
- - wMuiuuivsiuugi
The name of the writer mast alwsys bo far-'
ftlahed to the Editor.
fSOommBnlcattons itmst be written . o o0;
one side of the.paper.
PoraonsJi ties" must be aYoided.
And it is especially atd pa.t!ealarij dor
stood that the Editor po J9 Mrt ,
the viws;0f correepoadeots. naleas so tt,d
in the editorial cola" ns.
New A d vortisemonts.
JEPSONS IN CKOCBET TOKK giren
by sirs. LOUL4E B. DalToSSET; at beVresi-'
dance on Chestnut street between Third atd
.5r,D';5 Permnlh; ixc; le.sor.s tfcc .
weeK. ror tun her information apPM
re"dence- V cJ Mi
' I ililRD SUPPLY JCST
A t .
and Going P ast.
J 1VKB0CK STOKE.
A N IMMENRE YARIETT. V
n3"i ... ,A11 yIn wi Very Beautiful.
w; au waae your seJections at
39 and 41 Market st.
N. Water Strt.
Agricultural Ins. Co, cf
ORGAN ZED IN 1833.
ASSETS 1st JAN. 1SS0, $1,167,287.13.
LOSSES PAID OVER $3,000,000.
TN8URE3 NOTHIVO BUr Dwellings -and
J- oontents, and farm property, and ofl'rs
sraoiiL inducements for risks of thst class.
'B'Kre8 againflt damfT9 by Lljrhtnibg.
(whether fire ensues or not) with, ut extra
Agents wanWd in every county ia the BUt3
JSO. W. GOKDON A BRO., I
Boatwright & McKoy
Offjr this wee Fesh Arrivils
50,000 Lbs C It Dry Salt Sid -a, . '
100 Packages Butter, f . '
, ' ' '. '.V .
250 Bags Coff, ,
50 Boxes Candl s,
100 Boxej Candy, V
50 Boxes Cheese, , .
300 Pack tges Cracker3, ' ,:
500 do Cmned Ccoi5,
700 Bbls 1 lot.r,
.50 BbLvTiii.1: 'iU.uAuy,
100 'Gross Pu,. . v
100 Tierces and ';i: .,
200 BoxesTLauudry Sosp,
200 Bbls MoIatseV
Oid ai'd Xow Crop Cola,
100 BUs Supar,
200 Bcxts l y
100 'ioxs htarch.
ux V a
Dou't forget that we zzn supulv 5 1 u
with LIQUORS, either at V.holcsali r
. .. ' - . - .. n
ReUU, LOWER than any H uae lo lLe
Asalnwe say, come rtrd see tts.
3- , &..
ui hff, St
Ct 7 nrth rroaLD;rct.
Ice, Icei Ice;;i
Q OB ABOUT , THE ifii, of ApriLl I
shall b) prepared to farrlsh a No. f qalft
of I eo at low figures to th Htlxens W Wil
sriBftoaaad ask a share of their patrooar.
v ; H. II, J. AllBJkNrt, .