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WILMINGTON, N. C, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1888.
PLEAS3 KOTICS. ;
We win te glad to receive ccnriiit::
1 from our friends on any tLl til cuiject 0
general interest, tout - .. - .
The name of the writer must always to fur
nished to the Editor.
Communications must; toe written csly en
1 one side of the paper.
Personalities must toe avoided.
And it Is especially and particularly cricr-
l stood that the Editor does not always emcrc
the view of correspondents txnlcss co stated
in the editorial columns. - .
Here is a prediction for you: In
30 (lavs from this date it will be im
possible to find a man who will bet
on Harrison" for less odds than three
to one 1
npcnliar efficacy la fltto
"-ch to the rrocess and
fm in 1 compounding asU
f S n "redicnts themselves.
VaVeit in time, "checks
Ji Japs in the outset, or if
And again thkt little speck of war
in Europe has swollen to a big,
black cloud. - It is about time for
another, excitement of this kind.
We havn't had one now in seveml
weeks. . - .
The two big alligators which were
caught in tire lake at Carolina
Beach are dead, but others will be
caught soon to take their places. .
Irland Beach Hotel is said to be
the name, teraperary, at all events
of the new hotel at the Hummocks.
We heard this several days ago
but as the name had not then been
fully decided upon, we forbcre to
print it. 1
Democratic Bally To-Niht. -The
following is the programme
arranged by Chief Marshal J. C.
Morrison for tlj& parade and speak
ing to-night: :
The marshals and assistants are
hereby ordered to report to the
NEW AO VEKTI8EM.ISNT8. I NET7 . ADVEBTIDir:
1-: Fo r S a I e.
NICE, COMFORTABLE HOUSE, ; IN A
street, open on the
good locality, onFront
Bay, at Southport.- For particulars apply to
RICHARD DOSHER, at Southport, or GEO.
31. CRAPON, on steamer Bessie. Jy 9 lw
PceVs Palcal IcprcTti Cc&fd Er lizzi
PERFECTLY RESTORE THE 1TEAI1II." Q
whether deafness is caused toy colds, fevers cr
injuries to the natural drums. Always in po
sition, but Invisible toothers and ccniicrtaV.
to wear. Music,-conversation, even whispers
heard distinctly. We refer to those uUzt
them. Write to. F. HISCQX 843 Broadway,
cor. " jy 9 4w
Chief Marshal at 8 o'clock p. in. at
the City Court room. A prompt at- hiA'iirDfrfeVnTTif itirvh I MOM CV If 5,6oo Agents wanted
- - 1 ww n j i - v ii ii ii 11 w m 1 1 i 1 j i
each wear: a red
assistants eacn a
1 7 the Place of a
sjx na.Ti a im load
Sffl w&ntive of
lTinl ' Zn-e with business
JSt"0 'C - h n nit is most in
fehann 'cL No danger from
udrre?vl!i n d it the mildest
K8 fc Ton c ey can use. A litUe
RwHlI iSsurcs ref reslxins sleep
n.ruatIon of the bowels.
4 at?nl ?u S f morning sharpens
AWff cleanses the stomach and
W3file compound that would.
f"?!SuTer Regulator, promptly
: S&ymrvctheLivCrto acUon.
' tfIr.L time aid (instead Of weak-
"rtive and assimiUUve
PuHirroir M.O.. Washington. Arlc.
gfflS TUtenootlier. .
S te lstp di wly t nsat
,.t nuiTC 4 vn TERMS
fTEITtTO Mi tuu 1 1.
yL buying an Instrument, as I keep one
of u? largest stocks ui
PIANOS AND ORGANS
IN THE SOUTH.
1 rMi mr nf tho first -ClilSS m.tnU-
3TU JVU l4J
rKOM H90 UPWARDS.
FROM H5 UPWARDS.
SEiD FOK CATALOGTE.
KALETGH, N. C.
BRANCH HOUSE :
Docfe Street, between lYont and second,
WJLMINGTOX, X. V. '
The Stokley House,
UmiES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
':ttWnghtsrillewili nnd the STOKLEY
OLSEweU supplied with ail that is neces-
John Wise, the younger, made a
darhifc .balloon ascension recently.
He went up 19,000 feet. A special
from Lancaster to the . New York
John Wise, the young" Philadel
phia jeronaut, who made an ascen
sion from Orbjsonia, Huntinfrdon
county on Wednesday, arrived in
Lancaster yesterday. On account
of the delay in hearing fromhim,his
father, who is here, feared he had
been lost. The -young man ascend
ed to the great height of 19,000 feet,
and landed in a forest in Perry
county known as "the wilderness."
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Here is the latest war talk in
Europe, and something about the
new German Emperor's visit to
Venna, July 7. Well-informed
nersous here deny that an under
standing has been arrived- at be
tween Austria and Rnssia regarding
the Eastern question. The Russians
continue to erect military stores
near the frontier, and are building
steam mills and bakeries . for the
army around Warsaw, which place
has been transformed into a first
class fortress. The Russian forces
on the frontier are being .increased
The Grand Duke Vladimir, speak
ing at a banquet given on the oc
casion of an inspection of troops at
Warsaw, said that his stay in Kep
line had convinced him that Ein
neror William was Russia's friend,
and was prepared to become anally.
The liyer and kidneys must be
kept in good, condition. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is a great remedy for
regulating these organs.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Agents Wanted .
Peck's Ear Drums
Parker's Hair Balsain
For Sale A, Residence
A F Lucas nome-Made
F C Miller Diamond Dyes
Heinsberger Muslin Flags
Passport Regular Schedule
M 31 Katz Special Bargains
Taylor's Bazaar Low Prices
Stl van grove Carolina Beach
Howell & cumming Spring Beds
Louis H 3Ieares Flannel Shirts
Mrs E B WiGGiNS-Just Received
Quezx or St John's Regular Schedule
Steam Yacht Tarton Fishing Parties
Attention Roward Relief SFECoNol
They doay that the "excursion to
be giyen to Carolina Beach onthe
Sulvan Grove on Thursday next
will be the most delightful of any
i that the band has yet -given. The
committee are working hard to make
it a great success. If it is more
pleasant than was". the last it will be
really a long ways up towards per
fection in the way of excursions.
The Queen on Her Schedule.
The steamer Queen of St. John's be
gan her regular schedule here to
day. She will leave hereafter every
day (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock
a. m." and leave Southport on there
turn at 4 p. m. The fare for the
round trip is reasonable enough, 50
cents for adults and 25 cents for
children. She is regularly under
the command of Capt. R. P. Paddi
son, with Mr. W. H. Christopher as
Mr. O. O.
Mr. R. J. Lewis has been chosen
as caterer for headquarters during
Col. W. P. Canaday, Sergeant at
Arms of the U. S. .Senate, arrived
here Saturday night on a brief visit.
Mr. John C. James, of Richmond,
Freight Agent of the R. & P. R. R.,
came down on a brief visit Saturday
night. He will return to-night.
- Col. Thos. C. James, Joint Agent
at Charlotte of the Piedmont ana
Air Line systems of railway, is at
Wrightsville with his family.
Dr. C. O. Ashley, representing
Acker's English preparations, was
in the city on Saturday and paid us
a pleasant visit.
The marshals will
rosette and the
. The members of the Young Men's
Democratic Club, in full uniform,
will assemble at the same hour (8 p.
m.), in front of the City Hall on
Third street. A prompt attendance
of members is also earnestly request
ed -as the divisions formed Mon
day night will remain permanent
throughout the campaign, and as it
will take some time to effect this
formation every member should be
Democrats of the various wards in
the city (not members of the Young
Men's Democratic Club) are request
ed to meet at the same place and at
the same hour. Those of the First
Ward will report to Marshal W. H.
Strauss; Second Ward, to Marshal
H. McL. Green; Third Ward, Mar
shal E. G. Polley; Fourth Ward,
Marshal W. S. Hewlett; Fifth Ward,
Marshal J. M. McGowan.
The band of the Cernet Coneert
at once to supply Ten
Million voters with the only omcial Lives cf
Cleveland and; ThnrmaE s
by Hon. AV. U.Hensxl, also Lire of Mrs. ciav -
iana, exquisite ponraixw. ouis' ci 1-
1 nage jjox-, j? ree rruaa -oucy, c, complete.
1 3,000 Agents at work report ,imrnejise guccesa.
For best work, best - terms, apply quick and
make $200 to $500. . OuW 35c ,
i HUBBARD BHOa,
Jy9 4w 1. ; U Philadelphia, Pa.
"N. UAi Mf i ft i t
Cleanses and bentlfle t& ts'r.
Promote a luxuriant irrowtX
Never Falls fo Rattam Crry
Hairtoit Yaulaful Color.
50ctit Trr" --.
. The safest aorest and beat core for Cora, Crntona, r
tops ail pain. Knaurea comrort to tbm fet. hevtr t
HAVE 310 VED INTO MY NEW STORE,
corner Fifth and castle streets, where 1 am
prepared to serve the public at all hours, day
beura. U centa at Drussista.
JOHN SHEEHAN, i
The Fifth Ward Druggist.
Bache's Dining Par tors,
: 1 j"
fJInb will assemble in front of the
Vollers left last night Cit v nali at 8:30 p. m., and the pro-
S. C, on a business L.acertr, wm nnvA nt. s-40 in the fol-
JSJJ V w www v.v, - H-
lowing order : ?
Chief Marshal and Staff, mounted.
Cornet Concert Band.
Young Men's Democratic Club of
New Hanover County.
Democrats of various Wards under
Speakers and . Committees, in
The line of march will be as fol
lows: tip Third street to Chestnut,
down Chestnut to Front, thence ta
the Orton; (where the speakers will
be received), down Front to Market,
up Market to Third and thence to
the stand on Third betweem Dock
and Orange streets.
How to Find Out.
The thermometer got up to 98 in
Charlotte on Saturday. The Chron-
These Parlors are
ollte and attentive
Waiters. All patrons will be served promptly
and to their satisfaction. Price of Meals re
duced to sac.. Price of Bathinsr Suits 15v AU
desiring a nice Fish Dinner would do well to
pay us a visit. C A BACHE.
je 7 Proprietor.
T WILL GUARANTEE TO THE PUBLIC
that the Pummer Beverages made by me will
' - -
rtrovft onii&llv as (rood as those imported. I
X" - w -
to be better than any bottled article brought
here from elsewhere. , I make also
A Gross Outrage.
Another candidate for the gallows Ucit gays that "in Wilmington, where
mouth at low
6anmp?, tc, turntshwl to guests.
tM-f3' i1sllinif boats. Fishing Tackle,
rhVSv ?ouse rrots the water and Is
V. II. STOKLEY,
For other locals see fourth page.
There was a slight rain here yes
terday, barely enough ' to lay the
dust, but we think that our country
cousins had a good supply of it.
Another lot of those celebrated
Oil Stoves just received at Jacobi's
Hdw. Depot. It will pay you to use
one. . t
'If you 'want to feel comfortable
and well all you need is a good Ham
mock. You will find the largest as
sortment and cheapest at Heinsber
A delightful residence at
port, on Front street, open to the
bay, a nice comfortable house, is of
fered for 'sale on accommodating
terms. See advertisement m this
! Attention Young Men's Ueinocrntlc Club.
All members are hereby notified
that I. Shrier has the contract to
furnish uniforms, where subscrip
tions and names for enrollment will
hereafter be received.
-' : K. II. Frkkma
. - -dir'm Finance Com.
has developed in the shape of a
scoundrel who this morning entered
the residence of a widow lady in the
Southern section of the city and
perpetrated a gross outrage on her
About 3 o'clock this morning the
residence of Mrs. Emeline Roberts,
who resides at G31 Soutn uiitn
street, was entered by some un
known man. He effected an entrance
through the back window into the
kitchen and through the , kitchen
into Mrs. Roberts' bed room. He
searched the house to ' see what he
could find, and got about 25 cents in
money. He then blew out the lamp,
wliich was sittiBC in a chair in Mrs.
by the throat and accomplished his
evil end. He choked her severely
and also bit her finger.
Mrs. Roberts says after the man
seized her by the throat that she
knew every thiug that happened
but was helpless in his hands, being
under the influence of chloroform,
which the man had evidently ad
ministered to her while asleep. She
says she doesn't know whether the
man was white or black, but says
they always brag of a sea breeze, it
was 94 degrees." This is a mistake.
At 3 o'clock, at this office, it was 93
decrees. Our thermometer runs
very close to that at the Signal of
fice. There is generally but a frac
tion of difference. There are riot
many days "when it climbs above 92
here. Our friends in the interior
can generally approximate the tem
perature in Wilmington by sub
stracting five or six degrees in the
Summer and adding ten or twelve
in the Winter.
Ladies' Benevolent Society Called Meet
ing. All members are earnestly re-
b , . j i-.i..!nnsted to meet at Miss Hart's i
ana seizea iue muy 1-- , , . ... ,
RCnOOl IlOUSe ill o J wuua ujli x uco-
of various flavors. SARSAPARILLA and
in Patent Jars, ready for instant use. My 1
mannfaotures are absolutely cure. Orders
from the eountry as well as from the city re
spectfully solicited ana prompted actenaea to. j
The scnzici: 01
LITE, the gres
Medical Work of tf
age on ManhootLNeri
oos and Physical D
bility, Premature Da
YFiniT TllVCri C cttne, Errors of Youta
(VII UW I II I OLLl land the untold miser
es consequent thereon, S00 pages 8 to., 12S pra
criptionH for a& diseases. Cloth, full gilt, only ILCO
iy mail, sealed. Illustrative sample free to ail youns
ind middle-aged men.' Send now. The Gold anc
Jewelled Medal awarded to the anther by the Nation
il Medical Associatkm. Address P.O. Box lSQ3,Pc
ym, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, gradoate of Hi?
rara Medical College, 25 years' practice in Beaton,
nrho may be consulted confidentially. Oiled, llo,
jBulflncnSt. Specialty, Diseases of Man.
VUt IMS on X on hmlt bvtw aw t as-
. Jy9 4w j:':-x---'.', - ;- - 'I ;V. '
. Fishing Partido
IJIAKEN TO THE BLACKFISH GROUNDS
from the Hammocks by the steam Yacht
TARPON. Also parties taken by special
agreement tor Ocean or Sound sailing. Fish
ing parties furnished with tackle and bait.
Trofiing Parties accommodated. For terms
a.rtnlv onboard. T
. jyTSw- LETA POTTER, Master,
N6. 3. :y:::i:-&
Wilmington Seacoast R. R.
SCHEDULE IN -EFFECT JUNE 20, 13G3.
From Wilmington, ITrom HumniocJa.
Leave .. . .... 630 a, m Leave. . . .... 7.45 a. m.
Leave 9-.30 a. m Leave.. . , . . ,l(h30 a. m.
Leave 2:30p. m Leave... 3)0 p.m.
Leave &00 p. m Leave. . . . . . 6:13 p. m.
Leave. ; . . . ... 7:20 p. m Leave. . . .10KX) p ml
116 Market St.
J. H. CHADBOURN, Jtt.,
June 19 tf ; General Manaser.
Grand Family Excursion
j fjpHE GERMAN1A CORNET BAND WILL
give an Excursion to Carolina Beach, Thors-
day, July 12, on the Sylvan Grove. Eefresa
ments served at the Beach by the Ladles. JIu-
, Bic by the Bana ana tne uarpers. . jy 7 zi ;
;mr Queen of St- JoJuVj
TUESDAY, 10TII OF JULY, 1883.
lv afternoon. 10th inst., for the
purpose of deciding a question or J J1(J JJ A I t J U JU X
JL L. ' I
urgent nu pur , ;
"C. Cr. Kknnkdi, President.
his head felt like a boy's
A L. hAiiM no
Rock Crystal Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Advice to old. and young: in se
lectiug spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
vowcr than has been lost to the eve
as in the same proportion that you
pass thatpoiit of increase, "will cause
yqu further injury.tothe eye. Using
glasses of stronger power than is ne
cessary is the daily "cause of prema
ture old age to the sight. You can get
the best at Heinsberger's.
L 1 a a.
rt to wear me stocking
1 tuJ-Jts them as comfortable
.LDft4?iul1 unless stamped on
kaM V shoe, the original ble for their.full, free tQne
V costing irom $0
i'yiJ'-50 SHOE lsunex
JlU&bJSj'i s"OElsworuby aU
: tv- &x shoe in the world.
.K!.!!ffe "a C-ongresk.
fcjT GLAS, Brockton, Mas.
ip Wllnilngton, N.C
From Freund's SInsic and Drama New
I ' York.
The Emerson Pianos are remarka-
, which is
both beautiful in quality and very
powerful; its evenness and sympa
thetic touch commend it to all mu
sicians. The new scule, which has
been put in the news styles, has
greatly added to and increased the
musical qualities of te "instru
ments, : ' '. .
Fly Trjips, btst arid cheapest, at
Jacobi's Hdw. Depot. T - " t -
been shinirled close and
didn't have any beard.
Mrs. Roberts says after the man
left it was some little time before
she could speak or even make a
noise so as to get assistance, but as
soon as she did Mr. A. J. Dicksey
responded, and Mr. Garrett, another
neighbor, also came in" and the two
gentlemen made a search but the
man had gotie. ,
Mr. Roberts is 43 years old. bh,e
has four children, two married
daughters and two sons, one of
whom resides in Morehead and the
other on the Sound.
Dr. J. Potter called to see Mrs.
Roberts about 1Q 'clock tia. morn
ing and tb4 her to be very quiet
and be careful; if she did'ntihat she
would die. She is an. eminently
res rjcted lady and the entire South
ern section of the city has been
stirred by the news of e outrage.
We do kuqw hat as. yet there is
any cli o the anther pf this das
tardly outragebut if the scoundrel
is caught he will probably be -called
upon to Interview Judge Xynch, "
Howard Belief Fire Engine Co. fa. 1.
ATTENTION MEMBERS: YOU are hereby
ordered to appear at the Engine House on
hat, for engine inai. ...
. J. G. L, GIESCHEN,
TTTT.T. T.EAVK" TIER WHARF." FOOT OF
W Market street, every morning, except j
Sunday, at 9 o'clock for Southport and the
Forts, and every afternoon, except Sunday, at
ft o'clock for the Beach, leaving the Beach on
the return at 9:30 o'clock. .-
jy 9 J.T.HARPER.
QTiAMER SYLVAN GROVE WILL leave
tnr caroUna Beach on Tuesday: Wednesday
A NEW LOT OF
fpHIS LARGE AITD COMMODIOU3 STEAM
er will leave her wharf on Water, between
Orange and Doek streets, at 9 o'clock a. to. for
points down the .river on the date above.
i Fare for atults 50 cents, children under 12
years of age and servants 25 cents. Rerresn-
ments wm oe soiaon ooaru uy ino ljv s ui
Grace M. E. church. A large crowd expected.
Jy7 2t - - .t -;t - : . :. -,- -
From 50 cents no.
and Thursday at 9:30 a. m. and 3 p. m:
on afternoon trips.
J. W. HARPER,
8c, 10c., 12 l-2c.t lSe. and Oc.
Milange Dress Goods.
Worth Oc. for 15? 1-S.
THE MAGNIFICENT STEAMER,
Queen of St. John's
-m ILL MAKE LEGULAR TRIPS TO South-
port and return, (-undays excepiea; Muip j
tciiminffton. foot f Dock street, at 10 o'epek
&. m., and returning leave southport at 4 p- nv
. o.m fnrmnnil trfn Rrt npnts for' SQultS aiid j
centsfcrohiidreov" 1 '
J R. p. PADDISON, Master.
W.H.CnSISTOPHZR, Purser.. if 9
SILK MITTS 25 Cents,
any many more articles.
An inspection wU induce you' to buy of
2.VaU.( -2-V-LU JLCOUJm
11G Ilarkct Street,
wiLMiyeTOX, it. e;
JgY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OE THE SU-
! perlor Court of New Hanover County, I will
sell at the Court House door, in tho City of
wumington,ontnoi6inaaroi Jiuy, isas, at
12 o'clock M, .to the tnighost bidder for cash,
the following real estate:
one tot oi iana situated in reaerai ixihl
Township, beglnningat a stake on th3 Cape
rear Kiver at jonn juewieti s. corner, tcria
i with his line East to . the seashore, - thence
along the seashore to Joseph Newton'a land.
! thence with his line West to the tCape Fear
I river, thenoe with the various courses cf Fold
river to the first station, containing Two
Hundred Acres, more or leas, savin? and ex
cepting a tract of One Hundred Acres hereto
fore conveyed by J osephcralg and wife toJ chn
Also, a tract of land in the said townsmp.
beginning at a cedar on the main roaormirJr t
an East course to a cedar stake in the
of a canebrake, thence, following the caeaa-
aers or tne caneoraxe t jars, uasicra nn
thence following Mrs. Gusltrs line to tht
main road, thence with the road to tho begin
ning, containing three acres, more or le?
je I8 25jy 29 " Commissioner.
Fapor Cap Piotoln,
Japanese and Chin::3
FOK SALE CHEAP AT :
. Headquarters for X3a3DaII?, ,
Masks, Gloves; Delta uc Is ctllclr