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W ILM1NGTON, N. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1890.
Dished to tne Editor.
Com man to aUoc s .man be written cm
one stae-ot toe-paper. ' , " '
Personautles masc be arotla '
And it is esptaiiy aai particularly zslZz
stood tbat the Conor does noOlways eniers .
tne views of correspondents anlees
i ui the editorial culumfiS.
In the past eighteen years tramps The statistics of divorce gathered i Some few magnolias are already.
ImvP ebst Franklin county. Pa., Inst year in Massachusetts by the, in bloom.. ;
imr vw . ibor poimuissionera show that the
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NEW AUVBlM lSEaiKNTS. j NEW All VEUTI8Efil2JIT3.
p-untiiMheaiost elegant form.
FiGS OF CALIFORNIA. -
rob:nC(l with the medicinal
C 2 r plants known to be
Sal to the human
Sm, forming an fgjf
elective laxative to perma
2?Sre Habitual Consti
S&. and the many aUs
"pending on a weak or inactive
rendition of the
urn inn DfYtlfCI Q
I;Ontlb,uvtn miu duhlw
that the; mh Khll tnrnnikp is alive with
trreat maioritv of the divorces were ! ,.i,?,.io r Keo f?n nftpmoons.
The Canadian Labor Unions have oDtained bv wive ! , . I
recommended the Government to ei- J j The wafer in the rivers and creeks j
tahlish a scheme of compulsory in- The mouth of May promises to be : continues very low, niiich to the de-
mi ranee for the working classes", 'epoch-making in labor circles. In- light of the fishermen.
dications, the world over, point to a
Sir Arthur Sullivan, the compos- concerted movement on the part of
er, is hard at work npon the score of labor to secure better pay andshort-
u grand opera, which is to be pro- er hours.
duced in London next November.
Hon. Wharton J. Green .will de
liver the annual address at the clos
ing exercises of the Hand Military
i Academy at Fremont, on June 4th.
The new rifle with which the Ger-; Tll Uomnnrnia fiPPtn to have can-
Field Marshal Halstead, in talking j ,nan army is now being armed is the ture(1 aj of tie municipal elections
about his removal from Cincinnati j tj,irti which has been adopted by; . thi s stat held iast Monday. The
to Brooklyn, fails to inform the pub- tiie gages at Berlin since the summer
lie as to the bearing the ballot box Qf 137 am eaca change has involv
forgery had on the change. That Lj an expenditure of 110,000,000
forgery undoubtedly killed Foraker marks.
and crippled Halstead.
' Not less than fifteen parishes, or
one-fourth of the State of Louis-
Indiana now has a State organi
zation of the Farmers' Alliance,
which, after absorbing various 1111-
iana, is affected by the present j nor agricultural societies, will have
flood, and the damage is almost in- j aDout one hundred thousand mem
calculable. In 1882 it is estimated . bers They have seen the time
that the loss was $15,000,000. It will 1 AVi,en the party ticket was swallow-
nrohjihlv exceed half that amount 1 wiinlf without reference to th
"thing is getting somewhat monoto
11 ..-,iiVnrtwn trt
CLmE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
VLea ens bliilious or Constipated
Ear- one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
MANUFACTURED OKtY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
HlMrAir.ll. A'flV YORK. N. Y
For sal by
KOISCKT It. WKIiliAHlY.
WIIOLKSAl.K 1UU CHJTST,
men ly di w Wilmington. N. O.
mental or 1
noral standing of the
"There are sixteen colored jockeys
in this country', muses the New
VriVk- Ttiflfr.rtde.nt. out loud, "who
receive from $2,500 to $8,000 a year. :
Tnereisnot a colored minister in
the country, bishops or pastors, who
receive as much as the least expert
of these jockeys."
Marshal MacMahon is in favor of
retaining the red trousers or tne
French soldiers. He says that the
fuss made about them is altogether
too great, because future fighting
.ff nf rnrr mticp. and red is a
lit 1 4 . j v -1-
color which is lost sight of at a com-
paratively short distance.
The change of the great dry goods
house'of H. B. Claflin & Co., of New
York, into a stock company is an in-
riORTHESi'EKDYnELlEF OF NERVOUS teresting:development of the ten.-
i5uooi?cando of the times. The Urn. nas
aJ!" SSmS been highly prosperous and is sa.d
tae powders in water and drlnt durtng ener- Q iiave done a business of o,0UU,
wwnw. JAMFp.NUTT, Apothecary, j . ,,.fQrc in th
Zii N. Fruflt St , WlimiLgtOu, W. mcu iw mw yfitr, uuu uin jcm..-. -
candidates. But now they proposo
"to vote for Katie and the baby.1'
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tu uv AVilti.'im Barnes, who
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preached the funeral sermon of Dan
iel Webster, died in Jacksonville,
III., on Friday last. He was a Pres
byterian divine. Mr. Barnes was
born in Ohio in 1810, and was a Har
vnni o-rfKlnate in the same class that
I numb ed-among its members Char
lies Sumner and Edward Everett. He
waspastorof a church in Boston
when Webster died.
Thf steamer Sylvan Grove made
her first trip of the season to Caro
lina Beach to-day. She carried down
a nice crowd, notwithstanding the
The steamer Passport was with
drawn from the line to-day to be
overhauled and repainted and- gen
erally overhauled. She will go on
! the wavs next week.
The old Sam Peter Gau;ie house,
on Second street, near Ann, which
was partially destroyed by fire a few
weejs ago, has been pulled down
and a handsome new frame dwelling
is being erected there.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY OCR WORTHY CUSTOM EltS
AND PATltOXS, CITY AND COUNTRY. WITH TICK BEST- :
Soda . WaterSate'apari
AM) ALL KINDS or - .
will be manufactured by Experts in the trade.
keep constantly on hand
INDEX TO NKW ADVERTISRMKNTS
C W Yates Croquet yotts, etc
Ceo U French X hoxs Boots ana Shoes
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For other .local see fourth page.
Warren's Ice Cream Parlor
till 10 p. m.
ADRIAN & TOLLERS,
WIIOLKSAl.K DKALERS IN ....
Provisions, Q rocer ics,
Liquors. Tobacco, Cigars,
Cor. Front ami Dock St.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
firm were willins to
prospective profits, and the stock
Company is the result. 9.
HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINtSTKA
torof the estate of Kotcrt Ii. Wood. I
hereby notlly all persons havlntr claims
aalDst me said decedent to present the same
tomeonorbeioretneodday of April, A. D.
All persona lndcoted to said decedent
will make payment to me.
Dated lht$, at April, 10,
TIIOS. F. WOOD,
pI3oaw6v thur Administrator.
The Republican Anti-Prohibitionists,
or Resubmissionists, of Kansas
are making overtures to the Demo
crats'for a united Sttfte tieket this
fall, the former to uame the candi
date for Governor. In Nebraska a
division threatens the Republican
narty over the railroad and anti
Wvck' heading a bolt which is ex
nAAf.i frt ii-w the Farmers" Al-
liance and Democrats in its train.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
yt' CAN SAVE $10 PER VEAK CY 'II A V
laj your work- done at C. II. WARD'S, the
practical Barber. No. 8 South Front street.
8haviog IO Uentp,
Hair CiutiDg iG Cents,
Shampoo -O Cents.
Polite Barbers and v 01 k guaranteed;
C. II. WAUD,
South Front St., Wlimlnfflon'K. C.
Quite a number of the elm trees
which Mayor Fowler had set out on
Fifth street have died, but others
are alive and thriving vigorously.
There are tworows. In the space of attention
one block we noticed a day or two
ago where five in one row were
alive and only one in the opposite
row had not succumbed to the ine
And EXPORT BEER of Unsurpassed Quality.
WE HAVE THIS DAY, MAY VTH, RKMOVKir TO OUR
team Bottling Establishment
Corner Eighth and Brunswick Streets.
Our Delivery Wagons will call twice a day on our
. Through the kindness of Messrs. Adrian '& Vol lei
customers in the
citv. Through the kindness or Messrs. aunau x v oners,' any urut-rn ini
at their place ot business win oe torwarueu 10 us pruuiiniy.
All orders from city or country custoiuers will receive our, personal. ;
HespecfTulIy, i ' :;
HOliERT rORTNER BREWING CO.
Tele phone ail 00.
E. KUH BLANK, Agent.
. . 11 IV .1 fit
The steamship ndawate,
A Puce !aWcriAntt;t has durins the
last year been making a series of ob
nervations with the object of ascer
taining the number of calorics which
the sun puts our disposal. The
result of these experiments is that
G3 per cent, of the solar heat is ab
sorbed by the atmosphere, and only
S6i per cent, reaches the soil. This
fnrure rises inUctouer to 41 perct-ui.,
and sinks to 28 per cent, in January I M
and February. These results go to
seriously shake the belief m the in
dustrial utilization of the heat of the
snn in our climes.
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The high winds of the past day or
two have had a depressing effect on
the fish market.
Tree trunks in front of the City
Hall and the Opera House have been
treated to a liberal dose of white
Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers and
Rakes of the latest ana most im
proved makes are sold by the N. Ja
cobi Hdw. Co.
Keep dry and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats,
&c, at I. Shrier's, S. E. corner Front
and Princess streets
We are sorry to learn that Mr.
John Mcllae, who has been quite
sick for some time past with the
typhoid feveiv is reported as not so
well to day.
manded by that old and popular of
ficer, Capt. Chichester, came in
the river tins morning and steamed
up to her wharf, where she now lies,
discharging cargo. She will leave
here on Friday on her return to
New York She is a large, hand
boat, with fine accommoda
tions and will probably have a good
passenger list when she leaves here.
In this court to-day the following throp & Co., rich and
KntitltMl to the Rest.
All lmct 1-111
aiiuifemiucu iw jfpIIK LADIES' AID SOCIKTV OF. FIFTH
tliflir infnfv will buv. so everv fam- II
1 111 '. ki .if street M. K. Chfirch will give an KxcurMon
ily should have, at once, a bottle r . .
i.n.f f,.,;ur rAiiiMrlv Svi-nn of Thursday. May 8th. to Carolina ncacu; on.
Figs, to cleanso the system when
costive ,or bilious. For sale in 0c
and $1.00 bottles by all leadingdrug
gits. . . .
"Stories 4f the State."
Mr. EdwardA. Oldham, a native
and for many years a resident of this
citv, has been, engaged by I). Lo-
publishers of'Boston, to write the
'History of North Carolina'' for its
spriPK of "Stories of the States.'
Two years Charles Dudley Warner
requested Mr. Oldham to write a
biography of William Gilmore
Simms, of South Carolina. His other
engagements prevented his accep
steamer Sylvan Grove, boat leaving -at l.fliV
licfresiinients at city prices. my 7 It
v i liit iiv v a pa 1 it or ovit
J AM STILL ON FRONT STREET, IN
ront of the tl
Market. I have a 'complete
Act for "Our Old Chief."
new and improved Wamsutta Shirt
is now ready and for sale at our Shirt
Factory only, at 75c. 123 Market St.,
J. Elsbacii, prop.
Don't forget the excursion of the
Ladies' Aid Society of Fifth Street
E. Church to Carolina Beach to
morrow, x ue oftu 0 " w
lier wharf here at 9.S0 a. m.
First-Class Family Groceries, ;
f?"a s11 heaper than any Retail House In j pec ted
The nionev spent for fetes, car
riage hire, printing, and "indemni
ties" at the Hotel de Ville in Paris is
said ta'be just five times that or the
days of the Empire. The number of
sinecures has been nearly treoieu 10
Ond plaoes for friends of the higher
officers. The last ball of the Hotel de
Ville was to have cost 140,000 francs,
and the. expenditures really being 10t"h. thig jay bein
19,000 francs less, the surplus v inconvejent.
divided up among the employees.
I An investigation may soon be ex
Northwest last night and blankets
were again comfortable this mora
it veered during the forenoon
to the Southwest but the atmosphere
did not get much warmer.
At a meeting of the Ladies' Me
morial Association, held yesterday
afternoon, it was decided to hold
the Memorial services on Wednes-
dav next, instead 01 aaturuaj,
in many ways
cases were disposed of :
U. S. vs. N. A. Mclntire, charged
with sending obscene letters through
the mail. Defendant found not
guilty and discharged.
U. S. vs. Neill Bass, charged with
selling liquor without" a license.
Guilty and sentenced to 30 days im
prisonment in Robeson county jail.
U. S. vs. Joseph King, charged
with having in his possession an un
licensed still. Guilty, but judgment
not yet pronounced.
Col. Hall is Very Sick.
Wa rotrrpf. to learn that Col. E. D.
lall Chief of Police, is very sick at theaddress be delivered in the Opera
' viJnfhiseifv. Southeast House instead of at the Cemetery.
UN IrrlU LHvv 1 - . t
corner of Orange and Second streets. There is every d.lTerence ,n tne
He has been sick for some time past worm uetween neanug m u.y "i
but would not give up andlhas been air, as wen as speawuig -u
confined for only a few days past, hearing aim f
It was reported on the street this is a terriDie ie,x 01 u. jmj.cu
morning that he was dying but this the audience as we 11 as -of - lung.
was erroneous. But he is very sick 01 tne speawer, n ii
and his friends and family are great-Us aeuveiea in ui . u..
ly distressed as to his condition. He Maj. oteuman uu K - u, c
' . , . ..lj. I , nronarnfmu -if ln address.
Mr ;ruv1 ArA nttrnra frph find
m your uoois witnln to minutes
i The Criminal Court for New Han
iover county, which convenes Mon-
iani irit will bold a term
, J T
w in me city, oire me a caH.
ery and can j , Congressman Bunn's constituents ' of one week only. All persons drawn
.ulSJ?rrii0ip 1 n In the Raleiirh district "(or some ...,. smimi0ned as jurors are requir-
nt thAtu want a few plain answers to i)e present on Monday, xne
H. F. SWANN, Ajrt. to a few plain questions. These ques ;10th
Croquet Setts and Hammocks..
It ions Are four in number and are as
To tlie Latlies.
We would earnestly suggest to the
Ladies' Memorial" Association, a
change in the observances of Me
morial Day that we think would be
a irreat improvement. It is that
IO8 North Front Street.
(Opposite The Orton.) my 7 tf '
established - - - 18I4
A ND 'SULWIUK OAr.
V sklu dLsease tUls soat) will not benefit.
For sale by . MUKDS UKOTUKR5J.
101 N. Front street,
flOlN. Fourth fjt.
m I will. Rl? AT (,'AUOLINA IS EACH
A for a rew weeics tnrjldlo? eerat new cot-
tastes. I take tnis rneinoi oi nuuijiu
friends aiid those wantin? carponter woric
the life rtone. that all orders left at ii. K. swan
. I south Front st reet, or wrnt to Carolina
I win jjet.
my 1 5t
j;est of ntcrenre jflven.
Are you in favor of the bill intra
liluRAfl lv Sonator Vance in the Lin
H AXiMocKSfi.mto tisn. cnoou&T $1X0 AnitP known as the
n5a Bii nMMu etc. A44'Sub.TreasuryBilK" tor the relief
afwUne of those noDciarts inoi. handsome- of the agriculturists.
Also 8tanlard authors In setts, veiy cheao. "
u tf YATES' BOOK I10USF.
Farmers, we can supply you with
PeanutWepsand Diggers, Scraper
ami Coulter Points. Seven different
size wings and two size points for
the "Boy Clipper," the most iru.
a- proved plow on the market. N. Ja-
was. unconscious all of last night. Wiie preparuuuu ....
o .iv. v,; nftmnon there was which is to be a sketch of
a 3 n,u .n,min. and career of that gallant Wilmin
HOiuiJrucnwu n w;ii;f,. MwllfiP nnrl
. tOUIUIJ, VJICll. If a.av,
uo You Know How it Feel? everybody will want to hear it, and
Rheumatism, Every one has heard ...r it tno: at their ease.
the word "How s your Mouierr i, fri.;.ori
4Oh she's well except ner rneuma- wncre uiey cau enju .1.
Usui. How carelessly ine husw not y)e uone at ttaKtiare anu 11 is &me
that not one-fourth of
t. , 1.
TJ-BVt. . .T II. , III . f 111. . . m. . . u J . w
ble, the swelling and the excruciat mv. -
ing pain of ankre, knee, elbow and morial seryice are ever able Ito hear
shoulder, just as if each point was a the speaker.
bundle of irritated nerves, each one T. tllino. cou(i be easilv arrang
thBiOTlf,l"ra ed and th plenty or.ti,.,e jn
nigbt longing ior uayiigi i,. m. U w,Cii . iriit'riv CTnintir tCillll Iflll
too severely to sleep, applying Hnbe delivered at the Opera House im- nALKlft5 MlIvILl tlU llllllfi cLLr
ment every half hoar to teinporan- e(1ate1y pr:0r to the formation of
no comfort. What is it-that causes much nearer, in consequence, to tlie
rheumatism Ah, there are a mousr cooier pnrt of the day. The prayer
and causes. What is it thav cures - -hnnl.iln emild be reser .-ed
PAINTS AND SASH.
made by the oM Dutch procfcr. be
on the mtrket. They not belnsr ta combina
tion can mfiJje special prlrt? on name.
-7 Market ST.
1. FIFTEEN THOUSAND PLOW-i
oiti y w er 1 ta, all sizes. Lars variety
oSf11? Giants and Tube Kose Bulbs. The
wnese S ater Uj can be sen growins at
W. J. KTKKIIAM & CO
api j it - 27 Market St.
Are yon in ravor 01 a rouivau 'always primeti, never t.y -
5 commisston ror' tne regmauun
i freights anil tariffs on the railroads
U iWli" v .
It is the
i I irn fllPrO 1H
t. li. Itor cne cereiuoiiira in t,uw'
nt lfti or p.ure. It is calleu
B., or Botanic Blood Balm. It has
cured more caos of rheumatistu
than anv other known remedy. Try
it. Do hot suffer longer. .
J. H. Lning, Dawson, Ga., write:
"I suffered with rheumatism "my
shoulders and general debility. Fire
bottles Ii B, 15. improved mjr health
ami the rheumatism left me.
J. IV Day., Atlanta. Ga . test
PmU trt-itoa. 1 rnniiler, that 1.
a .... t - .
. . m x X a. I- If
rni) oi water .u pioi..i ......, - . r
bright invention of a orUV!, rheamatifin and sciatica." '
44 Why doesn't he take Hood's Sarj
nTrt' f the freneral inquiry of
ruuui iiiM - - m off" iv uiiu
Una genius and is pronounce! by all
to he the best pump on tne mamci.
-Se U and yon win nave no
ate enclosure and the musical pro-
irraraiue iniht bt" 'divided, part b.
ing "rendered at the Opera House
and part at the i em-tTy .
We commeud tlies? suggestions to
the ladies ure, as we are, that they
will meet with the approval of many.
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Kefreshlns ami invicorating
Delicious Soila Water as drawn from
Munds Brother magniCceut new
Jacob F. Spencier, ewjuan, ta., EOta fountain at a temperature oi
writes: -B.. B. B. entirely care, me n g Fruit Syrnp, Milk Shakes
of rheumatism m-my fchouUlerr. I Y..t ,r:. " i w4r
ned six bottle?7 1 nwi "'"
Largest a&sonij.ent in tUe wat- -to wlct
from; sold at rartory pnee
Oil Stoves of AH Sizes.
In Ihsm you will find comfort and rronomr;'
Pamp?, Step- Ladtlcrv
W as for joar paironae and Kjiall cvfr
endcaror to deserte tbe wmr.
- liespect fully, - V , .
K. Jacobi Hardware Co.,
i so.rnosr sr.
flpl st tf