haadaya er j
VTe will be v, rocei i ctjniatct254,SUft
trom r frfKl on aay iwod aij wibieeU of
orr tl by
Tb- RArae of the writer mtiM hr b ftur
I I E J V " " S. .... W Ml ... r -
THE J) 4. FLY KEY! E W
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fi. Mx months. Clue. Ton:
t'l&l On nMmUi, 55 com.
will b" delivered by carrier free
l!. n anr lrt of city, at the abore
jirHlrci'ortanyaaa an rau-
st7y Bvieic has the largest
'listed, in the eily of WibningtonGL
There are thirty-five counties in Ken
tucky without newspapers.
There arc miles of telegraph
.vjrcs in ParWall under ground.
Insiient Artbifr is going on a ten
uv fi-hi:--' excursion to Florida.
J here are 3,000 professional acrobats
in rhp north west provinces of India.
n aopeal has been issued in Ixndon
for the relief of suffering in Scotland.
Queen Victoria has twenty-six grand
cbi.tlrcn, of whom only two are mar
ried. . -
Tho unhappy Democracy, as usual
cannot agree. This time it is in Rhode
I; i3 !aid now that R. Conkling. Esq.
wlli itot canvass Rhode Island ". thi-
. . n
Ex-Goreruor Reuben E. Fenton has
been spendiug some time in Southern
Statistics show that there are 6,000,
000 volumes in tho public libraries of
Paris, and 4.500,000 inits provinces.
The Crar has received more letters
threatening him with death unless he
pardons the imprisoned nihilists.
According to Geo. 1. Howell's direc
tory, the newspapers aud periodicals
published in this country number 11,
ltftt Ex-Secretary Columbus Delano is
spending kis old age In luxury at his
jarjre sheep farm in Knox county,
Governor Boynton, of Georgia, used
to bo 1'resideut of a oase-ball club ; so
did Senator Edmunds ; so did Governor
Jdnelstis the time fixed for the
opening to travel of the bridge across
East River between New York and
The eteamship Burgunda, irom Mar
seilles, with the body of John Howard
Payne on board, arrived at New York
The people of Lexington, the capital
oftho blue-grass section of Kentucky,
have to pay thirty-five and forty cents
per pound for butter.
Professor Gabriel Campbell, of Bow
doin College, has decided to accept tho
chair ot intellectual and moral philcso
phy cf Dartmouth College.
The Sprague men, in Rhodo Island.
ey it will tako about $200,OQO to beat
him for Governor. Billy is in earnest
and is dead to windward ot his ' oppo
nents. The cotton crop of 1882 is officially
estimated at 6.800,000 bales. Texas
heading the list with 1.329.C00, aud
Mississippi coming next with 1,012.000
Senatoi Logan and Secretary Lincoln I
are said to bo on bad terms, tho trouble
having arisen from tho latter's Presi
dential aspirations and his fear ct the
former1 ambition in the same direc
tion. Mr. Paul Tulane, of New Jersey,
will denoto 1.000,000 to New. Orleans
to found a college lor poor boys, on con"
diiion that the entire fund be exempted
from taxation. That will be done next
Canning oranges is tho latest Florida
itlea. It was started by two maiden
ladies, who. finding no market for thoir
oranges conceived the plan of canning
them like other fruit. It was a perfect
Pennsylvania has had hitherto the
anaopoly of anthracite coal. .Colorado
has developed immense beds ot this
important article. The anthracite coal
of Colorado will bo more valuable than
her p liver mines.
Gen. Ben Butler is helping Spragne
to run his campaign in Rhode Island.
The lat time R. C. put in aa appear
ance at Canonchct Sprague was not
inning for anything; it was Mrs.
affinity who made for the jamb
Frank Hard, of Ohio, eavs the tariff
fight his only just begun ; and ho pro-J
Poses on the first of tho scssien to re
new the conflict by introducing a bill
reducing all duties to a revenue basis,
aad levying a duty for revenue oa all
-artkles cot predoood ia this country.
IXDEX TO FCEW ADYERTlSEHEMTs!
G P II ill Wanted
1'ate A X-argeFtock
W- II GrtEESf Garden Sed
Mcxis Beos Soda Water
Heinseeeger Easter Card- j
II all A PearsalLi Fresh Arrita'a
No city court this morning.'
For Rocket Knives or Table Cntlery,
go to Jacori's Hardware Pepoi t
Mr. I. Shrier who has' for the past
two weeks been visiting the Northern
markets has returned home locking
. Wood continues scarce arid hi
price, from flats, this mornin
S1.10 per dray load,
Hiiar ter of a cord.
to a shoit
Rev. W. T. Jones, formerly of. thi3
city, but now pastor of the Baptist
church at Wilson, is here i on a brief
visit to kindred and friends.
The storm signal wa3 flying again
to-day but the sen va3 if bright -and
clear and there were no indications, in
the heavens, to a casual observer,
The United States flag was flying at
half mast from the Custom Houke this
morning as a mark of respect to! Post
master General Howe who died at hi3
home in Wisconsin yesterday, ' i I
Our old friend Mrj Gl l Hill j adver
tises in thj3 issue for a reliablej energetic
man to take charge in thi3 city j of! the
Household Sewing Machin?. A rare
opportunity for a young man With soma
4get-up and git" about-him. i j 1
The members of the j Wilmington
Steam Fire Engine Co.j No will
celebrate the fourteenth anniversary of
the company to-morrow afternoon by
a parade through tho s
Little Giamt will"
The burning out ot a chimney of a
residence on Front, between Princess
and Chestnut streets,"1 about 9 , o'clock
J last evening, caused quite a commotion
for a time. The fire department turned
out promptly, but the "tempest in a
teapot" subsided before tho engines ar
YY e thought the weather vas gloomy
and disagreeable enough hero yester
day, but it was comparatively nothing
to what it was in other portions of tho
State. At Greensboro the snow fell lo
a depth of two feet; at Henderson it is
three, feet, and at Jiiltreirs the roofs of
several houses feu in from tbn weight
of the aacumulated snow, i i
Quito a severe snow-storm followed
the line of the Wilmington & Weldon
Railroad yesterday from Wcjdon to
Goldsboro. The snow averaged about
four inches in depth and, doubtless
would have been deeper it the ground
had not been wet from the rain 3
The regular meeting of the Literary
Club of the Wilmington Library Asso
ciation will bo held at the Library
rooms to-night, commencing at 8 o'clock
"The following is the program mo for th
occasion : j
Orator J. B. Aaron.
Decaimers W. Rutland, Jas. Budd.
Readers G. S. Legrahd, G. R. Dyer.
Tho public aro cordially invited to
attend; ! i
The body of a white man, supposed
a tramp, was found yesterday
in a very much decomposed state in
the Pee Dec Swamp, fourteen miles this
sido ot Florence. The attention of
passers by was attracted to the body by
the large number of buzzards which
had congregated about the place where
the corpse was tound. A dilapidated
valise was tied around the man's body;
Who the dead man is or how he met his
death ia not known,
The remafns were
A fine assortment of Guns and Pistols
at J.txoiu's Hardware pepot. t I
The Hibernian Sociable.
As is their wont our friends of the
Hibernian Association spent a very
eujoyabls evening at their festival held
atGennania Hall last night. There
was a plenty and to spare of the tempt
ing viands spread for the I benefit of
the inner -man. Music and dancing
were freely indulged in and the guests
of the Association were made to feel at
home by atteution shown them byjeach
and every one of the Hibernians. The
best ot good feeling prevailed;" ill in at
tendance, declare 'twas the happiest
moments of their lives. ; 1
WILMINGTON..' N. C. TUESDAY. MARCH 27,
HOARD OF ALDEIWIFJS.
Last Night's Proceedings
Election of Officers and Ap-
pointnicnt of Committees.
Tiic Board ot Aldermen met at the
City Hall last night pursuant to ad
journment, all tho members, being pres-
Mayor Hall announced as unfinished
business the election of additional offi
Alderman DeRosset nominated as
Chief of the Fire Department, Captl C.
Alderman Howe nominated Capt. F.
6n the first ballot Capt. Myers re
ceived six votes and Capt. Robinson
four. The Mayor declared Capt. Myer3
Alderman DeRosset nominated E. G.
Parmaleo as Assistant Chief of the Fire
Alderman Guyer nominated R. Lit
gen. Mr. Parmalee received seven votes,
and was declared elected.
Alderman Fishblate moved that tho
office ot City Attorney bo reestablished.
A resolution that hereafter the City
Attorney shall be required to be present
at every regular session of tho Board,
was also adopted. J .
Alderman Boney move4 that the sal
aryofthe City Attorney be fixed a!
&300 per annum. Alderman Fishblate
moveil to amend by fixing it at $500.
The amendment wa3 lost and the origi
nal motion, fixing it at300, was adopt
Aldermau DeRosset nominated Jno
D. Bellamy, Jr., for City Attorney.
Alderman Howe moved that the
election be made unanimous. Adopt-
and Mr. Bellamy was declared elect
L. M. Williams wa3 elected Clerk of
tho Market, F. Mayer, City Detective,
and Chas. Murphv Superintendent of
street carts and force j
Alderman DeRosset moved that! the
election of the other officers be postpon
ed until the next meeting of the Board,
to be held Monday. April 2nd, 1883.
The Mayor announced tno loiiowing
as the regular committees:
Finance and ExpendituresMayor
Hall. Aldermen DeRosset and Chad-
Police Department Alderman Dud
ley Fishblato and Howe.
Streets and Wharves Mayor Rail
Aldermen Boney and Guyer. I
Public Buildings Aldermen Fish
blate Dudley and GTuyer. j .
Fire Department Aldermen Boney,
Boar and Howe.
liicht Department Aldermen De-
Ro3set, Dudley and Chadbourn.
Market arid Fees Aldermen Dudley.
Boney and Sweat.
Ordinance Mayor Hall, Aldermen
DeRosset and Chadbourn.
Sanitary Department Mayor Hall.
Aldermen Bear and Sweat.
Board Managers of Hospital Alder
men Bear and Chadbourn.
A communication frdm Postmaster
Brink, relative to numbering the streets,
&c, for tho purpose of establishing a
free mail delivery, was received.
Alderman DoRosset Vflered a scries
of resolatious relative to tho number
ing of houses, &c.. as follows: J
Resolved. That the names of the
streets of tho city be plainly posted at
each of two corners of each intersection
of any two streets.
Resolved. That the numbering of the
houses on the streets with & view to
securing free postal I delivery through
th8 PostoSico I)epartment be referred
to the Streets and Wharves Committee
with full power to conclude the terms
of a contract between the city and ;
provided, that tho proper numbering of
the houses shall be done without ex
pense to the city and provided further,
that said contract shall not prohibit
such persons who so desire to have the
work of numbering done by other par
Resolved. That tho work done under
said contract shall be executed in a neat
and workmanlike manner, and under
the approval of the Mayor.
Resolved. That tho following system
shall bo carried out in numbering the
houses: Upon the streets running
from the river eastward, beginning at
tho street nearest the river and to
Front street, the numbers to be from 1
to DO? frriin Front to Second. Nos. 1G0
to 199;fnm Second to Third, Ncs.
200 to lrom Third lo Fourth, Nos.
300 tO 399. &ud S3 on. - I j
L'UIU IUU 04.4 tUUUIilC rtk IUUI
angles witn tne last nataeti streets, tne
numbering (beginning at Market street,
and known as No. North or South
Front, Second. Third, Fourth, &c.)
shall bo the samtf as above say from
Market to Princess and Doek 1 to 99;
Princess to Chestnut 100 to 199, &e.;
Dock to Orange 100 to 190. dro.
' Such streets as do not. ran in a gener
ally parallel direction to Market and
Front streets shall be numbered ia like
manner as above. On all streets even
numbers shall be on the right1 s:d3 and
odd numbers on the left side. '
On motion of Alderman Boney the
whole matter was referred to the com
mittee on Streets and ; Wharves, with
power to act, following tbe plan pro
posed in the resolutions.
A communication from Mr. II. . A.
Bagg, chairman of tho Board of County
Co.nmissioners, relative to the division
wall between the county jail and the
city pound, was received and referred to
tho; committee on ; Public Buildings,
with power to act.' I
A petition from the Fifth Ward Hcse
Reel Co., for the privilege of using the
engine house on Ninth street, was re
ferred to the committee on Firo Depart
ment. A-motion by Aldermau Boney to
refer the matter of the removal of the
city pound to tho sanitary committee
was adopted. j
" A motion by Alderman Fishblate to
have the site of the old market bouse, on
Market street, enclosed, was lost.
A . petition Irom property holders to
have Third street, between Orange and
Castle streeis, graded, was referred to
Committee , on Streets and Wharves
On motion of Alderman Gujer, the
limit was extended to Queen street. -
Aiaerman ifisnolate uioveu ito r:.er
tho question of opening the doifk at the
foot of Chestnut street to the Commit
tee on Streets and Wharves. Adopt
ed, j. :"." -I
Alderman Fishblate moved that the
Chief of Police report to the Board if
any obstructions exist oh Front street
between Market and PrincessJ streets.
Alderman Chadbourn moved the ap
pointment of a special committee .ot
three to confer with a like committee cf
butchers, to perfect some amicable ar
rangement in regard to the occupation
of the new market houses. The mo
tion was adopted and the Mayor ap
pointed as said committee Alderman
Chadbourn, Boney and DeRosset,
Alderman DeRosset moved that the
matter of trash accumulations on the
streets be referred to the Sanitary Com
mittee, to report such! ordinance as maj
be necessary for the proper dispo3it ion
of the same, . !
On motion, the Board adjourned.
The following is the result of the elec
tion of Vestrymen in the different
Episcopal Churches of this cit3 with
tho exception of St. J" amp.9 which wo
8T. PAUL 8 CHURCH.
Vestrymen DuBrutz Cutlar, R G
Rankin, Heide, F II Mitchell, W
G MacRae, II A Burr. R B Wood, W
H Bernard. Mr. Du Brute- Cutlar was
reeleced Senior Warden, and Mr R G
Rankmj Junior Warden.
The following delegates were appoint
ed to the Diocesan Convention : Dn
Brntz Cutlar. Wm ,H Bernard, R T
Rankih and F II Mitchell. Alternates
R B Wood, R E Heide.' W G McRaa
and H Aj Burr. ,
ST. JOHN'S CHCKCII.
Vestrymen John L Holmes, W H
Green, H G Smalibones, Gabritl
Holmes, Chas D Myers, John E Lip
pFtt, S L Fremont, O P Meares, Jr. J
Alexander, W J Gordon. j
; st. mark's church.
Vestrymen S W Nash, Samuel Rcid,
John H Davis, John O Nixon, Joshua
Holland, Wm Hunter, C W Avant, E
F Martin, John H Roan, Alex Fennell
Senior Warden John. G Norwood,
Junior Warden John O Nixon.
Delegates to Convention John G
Norwood, John H Davis, John O Nix-
pn, H D Sampson. Alternates E F
Martin, J D Sampson. Wm J Stewart,
John J Guyer.
Exports Foreign, j
Swedish barque Eilthx, Capt. Jonssen,
cleared to-day for Antwcp with 3.442
barrels rosin, valued at $5,873; shipped
by Messrs. D. R. Murchisoa & Co.
Norwegian barque Tell. Capt. Tversen,
cleared for London with 2,623 barrelj
rosin, .valued at $3,917: shipped by j
Messrs. D. R. Murchison & Co. Nor- I
wegian Caique Oscar 11 Capt. Iiaa- I
gensen, cleared for Bremen with 1,100
bales cotton, valued at $49,000. shipped
by Mr. Eugenc'McDonnclI; 790 bales,;
valued $32,445.71, shipped by Messrs: I
A Knr.n ifc f!- 150 h-W knltW .. j
$6,904.03, shipped by Messrs. Potter &
Co, and 100 baled, valued at $3,658,93,
shipped by Mr. A. II. GrccE. htaking a
cargo ot 2.140 bales, rained at $90.
To Builders; and othrs4jo 10 Jaco )
El S lor bab, 151I2KL3 axul Door-, (Jlass 1
&o- Yba caa get all sizea. 'and at the
There is an nnmailable letter in the
Postoflice addressed to Mr. C. T, At
wood, 13 Wesi Oth, St. New York.
I Wo learn that the "Easter Egg
Hunt," at St. John's Church, will po&
itively take place tor-morrow afternoon,
and tho' children of Wilmington are
cordially invited to attend.
We regret to learn of the demise of
Mr. Junius D. Potts. His deatt oc
curred this morning at tho residence
of hU brother, Mr. Samuel Pott?, at
Fiemington where he has been for sev
en months. His death was caused by
that fet! disease consumption.
Messrs. A. & I. Shrier,' nt 3t Market
3treet, have received their first install
ment of two hundred and fifty
Flannel Suits which tht warrant fast
color. Each coat has a labol with their
lull name sowed on the collar a3 a guar
antee to their genuine quality. Don't
fail to get a suit. )
ih Brand' Gi
Twine issold onlv
at Jacoki'S Hard
POTTS TLIs Inikninv, at ilemlDctoc,
JUNIUS D. PpTi'K,s.-ei4l irri.
The fuuwai services will Like v-lac to-aaoi-rnw
(Vii20w.i.iT) 'taoi ni.-ir, st To o'clock, at
tlic rcsUeEC. of Mr?. L. Walacr, thr nee to
(.?akdale t,cih8trry. The fri-i!i ol faaiily
rs reapt:lly lii'vi'Hl t attvm!. .-
to hanlle tbe IIOUSJCUOLlO-EWISO MA-
CHINE In this city. It has no eual in sim
plicity, durability, light running and hand
some uulsq. to
G. I- HILL
Tra vp11Ib Agent,
At Turcell Uouao.
mch 27-1 1
QUOICK WATB-MIkL 11KAL
CORN AN I EASTEKN HAY.
pry Salt and Smoked Sr.tea,
pry Salt and Siaokod Shoulders,
TteaTy Mess Tt-rk,
Nrth Carolina Laid, .
North Carolina name,.
All grades Good Flour.
At Close Pricej
HALL & PEARS ALL
ntch 11 !
Spring & Summer
N O W OPEN
36 Market Street
All the Latest Novelties.
. ' .1 ' '
' &.C-J &c, &c.
FULLEU ASVE'riaSTEKT LV A rtW
5r Calla ge: fcuitc-J, t-opJeaied.-uiJ tberct-y
I-lea;c - I
Your ibf 'Uicnj. j
36 R2arket Street.!
1 SHAD. SHAD.
J QCDILl SOLICITXU AXIi
,lOiIPTLY i iLLs. If AT LOWFT
ilA UK ET PlilCE. by
9da S3 3 ' j
a. IX PICKETT.
An-I U la epeiat!y aJ parBcoUrly csd&
oo.i that tbn Rtlwr dtf, ahm iji earss
tic tlevr of tv r-n-oiktonti irdteiM ao"atael
In the editorial col ama. (
Garden Good I
J)EAS, BKAN9, j CORN. CABBAGE, To
nip. Squash, ColUr-l .Rudith rc
A fine pelocOou of Flower eood
for sal by
A Large Stocfc
QF BLANK BOOKS,
, , Taper and 2ar-ekpc.
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p-vicc; :, : .. ,
Picture Framcji, : T
Allmnss. " -"".;
MnsicalJIiiR'runieatd, Jjtt Jt'e.
A Complete -Assortment
TECEIVE1 TO HAY, WlVLTlyST tftRK
l no-w or my u-Jy '-a.toiaifr who hve hiax
awHliln tlve antral of the' doUa aud cth
cr3 will fl&d arr.oii-thon the Norct
'. ' ' 5 ,h f
A l uge asfior-iactit of th wU kWwn C
liai" Linen Collan all hi y lea, LadK al
Chlldrcn'H. v : .u
A call and ftr Ajr?imintUn ' ot-tiGc&it roi
MISS E. KAItltER,
mch is j , KXCIIANGIS COCNpHQ
CITY Vl WILMINGTON, X. C, I
it a y iu3 o rriCB,
SEALED PROPOSALS 1
yiLL pe Ueckiveh : ;ron; itisil-
Id the city of Wllaitrufton vth Labor aad
Material, . 6pocir4et ll(jr, contract to com
mence April Snl. 1S.S3, ai?4 continue until
April lat, 1884 tsrt5 h!dito be opened at the
mectins uf tho Boivot of Aldenaouoh Moadar.
April 2nd, la3, at 7iy o'clock, 1 il. "
1st For furnishing; dri few., feeding axul
shoeing mnlw, w.d keep'ng carta and hamea3
in ood orticr. for altijr numbof of CArt Uo
city jnay employ, . . - t. , , ; .. - .
2nd For faruisuini roatoriai aud koeptBa- to
repair the city Btrc:t lampe; alo. for Ughtiiir '
extiusuishias ad clcantcg all city lamp, ani
tilling lamps when oil la vsed; awo, for far
Dishing: oil, wick and chtmneya for ail lamp
not suiplled with j?aa ; aliu, lor furnlahlcr an r
Hinps erderd, ot size and quality known at j
8taid.ardtret Laiaps. . . .; ;. r I-
3rd Kor dghtlng ibe eky vrith g& or 'Other- 1
wLe. '. ."" ' .. - 1 - T- r j-,"
4th Fnr Ina-tbfer ir l.&A ioctl ottatwchint.
able quality, atvi in qua-atlUiw a rcjuliTl kr
. 3tU Por ecaTCtigcr rerk. '- r.,"-'fJ ' ' "
Cth For printing aid adrcrtUinjf. i J r
7th AlAfrnjairh city xrjta thxitie
lights. : r . , . . - .
i k. b; hall.
mch MSUiac mn ts . Ifayrrf
Star copy TuUy aniFrtcUj T
Matting!; Matting M,
pIFTEKN II FFEKIiNT STYLES
Ibc to 453 per yard ; 44. 8-4; 8.4, OILOotha.
elegant ia deahjn, and low la price. -' 5 j '
rrjRIn TAPE3THT wi Vrrtt Hust
and . . . , , ..
Flna aMortjnent oflkftrBCSle jcveojer
White and Cblored Ued Sprea-lal 5 C
1W Do. GeraiAji and Irlb Llnetw Turkiab
Bath; and cheaper Towels. -Come
and jwn, a itrcat pWnre to iUvw -
Goeds. f BOL. UAB,
Jnchii ' SOMarketflf .
A LAJtGE ; AUSOKTXENTv All nctr cte-
algii. - Frlm a?
t nof rtngwl. Call K34 ts
JUT BKCEIVLO ANOTHER : ASSOBrJ
mcntofssTLKL, KN'iiUA visual framed and
not frarrL for Parlor Orr.ntneoti. , A:
Tho.Placc to Euy
I IIAt J-..WIttilT. .v , x.,
i Jkst ot ?.is- ai iw 2;--.-ti- tr a
I iail sik! couri Uve t-x-f ot il-n-:.rv clvaii
j e n hnd. - - ' - ; , ' - - r
1. . - sfiwtosiitt tit J-run A. tV., i
I hit a iz 13. 3? and SI VUxiiet hir,t j .
0S A'1 A FT K it -1 0-1 A la Wj hi WILL
th Vl-.H ili-J'.'HU 'I- '' Swt . , i
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