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months fifA Three
.iwp-J t-y tamers, free
r rr cf tto nry. at tue alve
Ll33 p.-aw Vport any and
potiia the ;r.cst elegant form
rained with the medicinal
beneficial to the human
La, forming au agreeable
i .o;,-a lovntive to perma-v
-atlv aire Habitual Consti
Joa, and the many .ills de
Lding on a weak or inactive
L,;inTi of the
JI3SEJS, LiVER SHD BOWELS.
5a the n:ct excellent remedy known to
MUSE THE SrSTEff EFFECTUALLY
Vlto one is Bilious or coaaupaieu
WBECLOOD, BEFRECHIMQ SLEEP,
. HEALTH and CTRSMCTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR CWUGQIST FOP
BtRUP OP PJOS
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
WWif. Kt. HE IV YORK. N. Y
For sale toy
KOKKUT II UELL.A31Y.
mrU2C Wilmington, N. C.
ADMAN & TOLLERS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Liquors. Tobacco, Cigars,
CorFrout anil Dork Sts.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
IVOII THE SPEEDY RELIEF OP NERVOUS
tl Headache anrt hr.iin
flowing alcoholic ana other excesses, heart
wno,IS (k'blll3r, etc. One grain of
nwpowdere in water and drink during efTer-
lv r ,UMKS I- Nl7TT' Apothecary.
. t . Wiimir gton, N. c. inch 19
Croquet Sells and Hammocks.
JJAMHOCKs l.(m to CROQUET $1.C0
jfcA Base Ball bus, Belts, etc A
JMijtfot uiose popular 13 in03 , handsome
jwmj, m cloth aoj gilt, only 25 centa each
sosuniarj authors in setts, very cheap. .
YATES' BOOK HOUSE.
HiiiiR nn$ Dutter.
J('srn rii'uLiNA and s. c. hams. "
FKESU MOUNTAIN BUTTER.-
foods are all right.
1 1 and 13 So. Water Street
Can Save Money
wposue Front trjet Market.)
AXD GET BIS PRICES ON
tfps noin5 but THE BEST, and w
aetata any part of the city free
4 le Llm a n-w m
BUlHTrK 0F A DECREE OP THE SU
Tea r 2few Uan0T?r County. April
m tell 'or cash, at the Court
, T 26111 Liy of Mar. 1S90. claim'
0tlt2? n ctlon' bts dee and
C . htrron" and by him assigned to
iw1" fi'-eu of uslnniML
ritte, concernlns the claims wlU
t tte sale.
fcrni0t GEORGE TtOtJNTREE,
J Receiver, w
HV. E. SPRIKQE2 &
. Turccll Euliainr;
PattPs last American tour made
her richer by f ljS0,00O. -
- -9 . '
Last month over five aod n half
million people crossed the Brooklyn
Iiridsre. - .' -
. A Philadelphia father recently
paid f 3,500 for a doll's honse for his
The spread of ; the English lan
Sua; is Indicated by the fact that
it was used in the framing of a re
cent treaty "between Russia and
China, y-ryh '"';.m:"
The popylar fad in Washington
nowadays is the study of the lan
guage and literature of Spain, which
was given a great impetus by the
sessions of the Pan American Con
gress. : ' . .
A Russian ukase lias just been is
sued permitting the-employment of
women on railroads. On the Trans
Caspian line-there are female station
masters, traffic umsters, signal wo
men, and point women.
'' -; - -
King Herbert is a prudent mon
arch, and does well to be in the
present state of the kingdom's fi
nances. Last year the civil list for
the royal household . was 15,350,000
francs, anffthe King spent 14,349,999
francs, leaving a mere pittance to
his credit for the ensuing year.
There was a meeting of ex-Union
soldiers at Palestine, ill., on Monday
night and a protest was wired Pres
ident Harrison against the use of
Confederate flags at Richmond to
the exclusion of the Federal flag.
Unfortunately for some people
there was no thunder in the "thing
at all foT the two flags .have floated
side by side and been entwined to
gether, inthe decorations at Rich
mond, for more than a week past. -
'Refreshing and invigorating
Delicious Soda Water as drawn from
Munds Brothers' magnifieeut new
soda fountain at a temperature of
343. Purest Fruit Syrup,Mi!k Shakes
and Natural Mineral, Water.
INOSX TO NZW ADVERTISEMENTS
W W Harries Notice
Fheed & Co Furniture
C W Yatks Croquet Setts, etc
Jas A Hewlett The newlett House
Freight Notice On and after June 1st
Warren's Ice Cream Parlor open
till 10 p. m. tf
Fine ripe strawberries were sell
ing this morning at 5 cents a quart.
Capt. V. V. Rich ardson, of Colum
bus county, was in the city to day.
Spring chickensractually not much
bigger than a. baby's fish, sold here
at 12 cents each to day.
Green corn the sugar sweet vari
ety, was in market this morning and
offered at 20 cents a dozen.
. -' z c
MAr-O. Rlcaud, who has been
absent for some time on a trip to
Europe, has returned to the city.
A large colored excursion party is
expected here next Thursday, from
Fayetteville, via the W. & W. R. R.
Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers and
Rakes of 'the latest and most im
proved makes are sold by the N. Ja
cobi Hdw. Co. ' , t
WANTKD!50 good and experi
enced hands, to work on shirts. Ap
ply at the Wilmington Shirt Fact-ry,
122 Market street,
Keep dry and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats.
&c, at' I. Slider's, S. B. corner Front
and Princess streets. ' . '
It is announced that Bishop Wat
son will visit Christ Church,' New
bern, on Sunday next and adminis
ter the rite of confirmation.
Mr. Wade H; Harrissr who arrived
here "yesterday morning for the pur
pose of getting a little fresh salt air,
left on the return to Charlotte this
On and after the Urst of June the
freight offices of the W. & W. R. R ,
the W. C. & A. R. R., the a F. & Y.
V. R. R. and the C. C. R. R-, will
close for the reception of freight at
4:30 p. m.
Dr. W. W. Harris?, Chairman of
the Board of Magistrates, gives
notice in this issue that there will
be a meeting, ofjhe Justices, in con
junction with the Board of County
Commissioners, at the Court House,
on-Uonday next, for the purpose ;of
levying taies for the year 1SC0.
WILMINGTON, N, C
, Wanted. A good appetite. You
can have it easy enough by taking
J Hood's Sarsaparilla. It tones the
digestion and cures sick headache.
Farmers, we can supply you with
Peanut Sweeps and Diggers, Scraper
and Coulter Points. Seven different
size wings aud two size points for
the "Boy Clipper," the most im
proved plow on the market. X Ja
cob iHHw. Co., factory agents.
To morrow being Decoration Diiy,
the Postoflice will be closed from 10
a. m. to 5 p. m. The carriers will
make two deliveries and two collec
tions, 0 a. ill and 10 a. m No other
deliveries or collections, by carriers,
will be, made during the day.
We have it now. A Pump tliat is
always primed, never requiring a
tub of water to start it. It is the
bright invention of a North Caro
lina genius and is pronounced by all
to be the best pump on the market.
See it and you will have no other.
N; Jacobi Hdw. Co. t
For North Carolina, fair and
warmer to day and on Friday, cy
clonic disturbance this a. m. in the
East Gulf. Local forecasts, from 8
a., m. to-day, for Wilmington and
vicinity, fair weather.
Whether on pleasure bent or busi
ness, should take on-every trip a
bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts
most pleasantly and effectually on
the kidneys, liver and bowels, pre
venting fevers, headaches and other
forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
and $1.00 bottles by all leading drug
gists. . .
Vets for Richmond.
In all, 23 left in the party which
"sailed from thi3 port" for Rich -mond
on the 12:01 train last night.
There were 13 ex-Confederates in
the list and the others were young
men who would have worn the grey
if they had been here in time to don
it. The vets wore white badges of
white satin, with crossed battle flags
and the wordn "New Hanover Coun
ty Veterans Association." They ar
rived in Richmond at 7 o'clock this
morning and will leave there to
night on the return.
The Democratic voters of Newr
Hanover county are hereby request
ed to assemble at the places herein
after named, on Wednesday, J tine
,4th, 1890, to select delegates to a
County Convention to be held on
Saturday, June 7th, 1890, at 12
o'clock m.. in the Court House in
Wilmington. N. C, and choose mem
bers of the Executive Committee to
serve for the next ensuing two years:
- The voters of First Ward will as
semble at Brooklyn Hall at 8 o'clock
The voters of Second Ward at
County Court Room, at 8 o'clock
P The voters of Third Ward at City
Hall (up stairs) at 8, o'clock p. m.
Tho cntprH nf Fourth Ward at Citv
Court Room, at 8 o'clock p. m.
l iie voters oi r.m- t vi w hum
Ward Bucket Company's Hall, at 8
o'clock p. m.
The voters of Cape Fear township,
at M. G. Chadwick's store, at 12
The voters of Harnett township,
at Macomber's. old store, at 12
The voters of Mason boro town
ship,at School House, at 12 o'clock m.
The voters of Federal Point-township,
at Biddle's store, at 12 o'clock tu.
Bv order or Executive Committee,
J. I). Bellamy, Jr., Ch'm.
Scribuer's tor June.
The June issue of Scribncr" Maa
zinc, now at hand, is replete with
gool things. A hardsomely execut
ed sketch of Mr. Stanley, from a
photograph, forms the frontispiece.
"The Emm Passha Relief Expedi
tion," which is haudsomely illustrat
ed, is a paper of absorbing interest
at this time; "The City House" is
also accompanied by drawings"The
Magic House" is a weird but inter
esting sketch; A new serial "Jerry,"
which is to be continued through
the year, opens well; the concluding
part of the exceedingy interesting
article on "Barbizon and Jean-;
Francois Millett" is published in
this issue; "In the Valley" draws to
a close and will be concluded in July;
the third paper on. "The Rights of
theitizen," by Seth Low, is to be i
TTJllowed by others. "Amateur s
Track and Field Athletics!' : will f
command itself-to the lover or
spor; "Rosamond" is pretty and
"The Point of View" embraces four
heads of general public interest.
THURSDAY, MAY 29,
There have been many improve
ments this season at Wrightsville
Beach and among others we notice
that Mr. Jas. Ar Hewlett has added
largely to his space. His dining
room is now complete, with every
facility for the comfort of. guests.
It is separate and distinct from the
bar, which is in the rear of the other
buildings. Meals ready on the arri
val of every train. ." .
By the Yemasee.
Steamship Ycmaasec cleared and
sailed to day for New York with.the
following list of .passengers: - Mrs.
M. J. Corbett, three children and
nurse; Mrs. J. J. Deans, P. 11. Mc
Alley, E. S. Hall, Mrs. Hart, Miss F.
E.Beckenridge, Miss M. .F. Strout,
Miss K. LeGrange, Miss K. M.
Jacobs, G. S. Bolton, W. S. Clair.
Miss Ida A. Clark, Miss O. C. Miller,
S. G. Shepard, W. B. Davis, wife
and children, .Win. Connell, Thos.
Douglass. B. Williams, Rowan Green
and Louis Peschel.
'Rates to Charlotte.'
Reduced rates are announced by
the Seaboard Air Line to Charlotte
for the North Carolina Musical Fes
tival to be held at that city. The
following rates will apply from
points named: Henderson, $6.95;
Rutherfordton, $3.75; Wadesboro,
$2.79; Raleigh, $G.55; Shelby, $2,70;
Cheraw, S. Ci, $3.95; Sanford, $5 GO;
Weldon, $9.65; Wilmington, $6.85.
Rates from other points proportion
ately reduced. Tickets to be on
sale June 11th to 14th inclusive. Ex
treme limit June 16th, 1890. Limit
ed to continuous passage in each di
rection. The Royal Arcanum.
The Grand Council of the Royal
Arcanum of North Carolina was or
ganized in Raleigh on Tuesday by
Supreme Regent Leigh R. Watts, of
Virginia. Thirteen councils were
represented, and twenty-four Past
Regents were present.
The following officers were elected
and installed for the ensuing term
Past Grand Regent Jno. A. Ron-
Grand Regent H. B. Adams,
Grand Vice Regent J. G. Wright,
Grand Orator G. W. Blount,
Grand Secretary W. G. Brinson,
Grand Treasurer A. M. Powell,
Grand Chaplain H. C. Dockery,
Grand Guide N. Jacobi, Wil
Grand Warden John R. Erwin,
. Grand Sentry A. L. James, Laur
ingburg. Trustees John H. Hill, C. W.
Lambeth and Thos. W. Branch.
How many suffer from weakness!
And what a distressful ailment it is.
Alwavs praying for strength and yet
reeling oneseii growing weaner anu
weaVer. There is great virtue in B
B B (Botanic Blood Balm) as a
strengthening as well as a healing
medicine. Try it as a tonic and see
how much better you will feel. It
will improve both appetite and di
gestion. It is an excellent remedy
to use while convalescing. It aids a
natural and rapid recovery. In cae
where an invalid has remained long
in bed and bed sores or other ulcers
breakout, this remedy will afford
W. M. Cheshire, Atlanta, Gu.,
writes: "I had a long spell of
typhoid fever, which at last seemed
to settle in niv right leg, which
swelled up enormously. An ulcer
also appeared which discharged a
etipful of matter a day. I then gave
B B B a trial and it cured me."
A Merry Company."
The house, as. well as the piece,
justified the above name for thp en
tertainment at the Opera Hotise last
night. The spacious building was
filled (almost literally but not quite
so) ffom pit to dome." But it was
a large house and a'thoroughly de
lighted one. The piece, thanks to
the care and prepartion which had
been -bestowed upon it, was beauti
fully presented and the young par
ticipants won for themselves the
hearty applause df the audience.
Prof. Nobles was aided in the train
ing of the children and the pre
sentation of the piece by Miss Nellie
Cook and Mrs. M. L. McLeod and
Miss Belle Anderson was the accom
plished and efficient pianist. The
presentation of the piece, was a
happy cise to the school term and
teachers and pupils alike may now
take a long rest before plunging into
their studies caia in the Fall. '
JrXTJHDS BROS , - Druggists.
WILMINGTON, N. C,
CHEMICALS?. DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, CI
GARS AND TOBACCO.
104 N. Front street. ooi N. Fourth St.
my 29 1
ON AND AFTElt THE 1st OF JUNE, OCR
respective depots win close for the recep
tion of freight at 4 30 o'clock p. m,
W. KCTLANn. TJ103. c. James,
Agent " Agent
" W. & W. R. K. C. F. &?. V. IL 11.
W. C. & A. It. It.
- Tnos. I). 31EARE3, Asent C.a?. H. il,
my 19 It
TO THE MAGISTRATES OF NEW 1IANO
f-IIERE WILL BE A 3IEET1NO OF THE
Justices of said county at the Court House In
Wilmington, on Monday, the 2d day of June,
A. D., 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m., In conjunction
with the Board of " Commissioners of said
county, for the purpose of levying1 tajres Jor
the year ISO).
Your punctual attendance is requested as
business of Importance will come before, t lie
W. W HAKKISS, Chairman,
Board of Magistrates,
rny 29 thur frl sat
THE HEWLETT HOUSE.
Y FRIENDS AND TOE PUBLIC GEN-
erally are respectfully notified th,at I hae
made extemslre additions to my premises at
Switchback station, Wrightsvillo Beach, and
am now prepared to acccommodate them
with the best of everything.
Fresh Fish, Soft Crabs, Deviled Crabs, &c.
ready on the arrlvaKf every train.
'Bar in the rear-and separate awl distinct
from the dinning room.
my29tf JAS. A. HEWLETT.
ISLAND BEACH HOTEL
J. A. KROWN, Manager.
AVIKG LEASED THE ABOVE NAMED
Hotel, situated at the Hammocks. I am pre
pared to cater successfully to the want a of
The tables will bo supplied with 1 lie choicest
viands ef the seaso n.
Many places of great interest in the. vicin
ity. Surf Bathing Bath Houses irtstlll water,
fine boating facilities, unrivalled Tlshluj, and
above all an unexcelled Cuisine:
ffottages on the Beach connected with the
Frof. Millefa celebrated Band vngno-on tor
J A. imowN,
mySHtl ' " ."MANAGER.
Report of the Condition
F THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
WILMINGTON, at Wilmington, in the state
of North 'Carolina, at. t he close of . business!.
May 17, im:
Loans and discounts $"i2(,Ti;i 92
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 12.27 W)
V. H. Bonds to secure circulat ion 50,)00 00
etc 16.730 t6
Due from approved reserve agents.. 20,059 48
Due from other National Banks.. 17,411 40
Due from State Banks and Bankers. 4,877 7
Banking House, Furniture and fix
tures 5,203 31
Other real estate and mortgages
owned....: 2U2 00
Current expenses and taxes paid 4,08t 98
rreuHurus on U. S. Bonds. 1 .500 J
Bills of other Banks U,SOt 00
Fractional paper etirrency, nickel.
and cents: 300 54
Specie .. 25,:jl0 flo
Legal tender notes. 15,0i0 W
Redemption fund with U. s. Tn-an-
urer, 5 per cent of circulation . . 2.25t 00
Due from I. S. Treasurer, other
than 5 wr cent, redemption
fund.... . ?,420 00
Total. r-A02) 3-
Cii pi tal stock pa id in f2.Ofjo 00
surplus lunrt j w
Undivided profits 5,514 22
National Bank notes outstanding. . . HM0 u
Di1dends unpaid 2.0! 50
Indi1dual dciwHJts ubject to check 1"2,777 (tl
Demand eertlilcates ot tteposlt .m
Dik to other National Banks 19,81
Due to Statx? Banks anrt Bankers 141 Oa
Notes and bills re-discounted J??fl,0Q4 IrJ
."STATU OF NORTH CAROLINA, )
Corxrr of New Haxoveb, si )
I, H. M. BOWDEN. Canhkr of the aboxe
named bank, do solemnly 5 ear that theabore
statement ! I rue to the best of my knowlefla
andbelkL U. M. BOWDEN, Caller.
subxTibfd and sw..ni to before iiie.this Stall
day of May, m. A. J. HOWELL,
Correct At tt :
JAMES SPKUST.N. f
Report of the Condition of the First National
Ocean View Dining Booms
P, H. SASSIB, Prfprkhr ail lasajer.
fjHE BEST EQUIPPED AND 3J03T ENJOY-
ablc Resort on Oceaa Vie w Rallrcad, at the
Switchback Station. ,
Nicely furnished for the accommolatloa 9;
guests, who will reeelTe the tmt attentlor.
FI5H. SOFT SHELL CItAKS, SURIKP, and
all the lands requlslt at Seaside Dlnlss
r NeittuHdiB? south of Grand rartllon. at
Struct back fetation. TJ.e patron? of the
p-itiicissallcuel. V 1: II. sAiiCR.
1 , iTcrnctcr,
- We wi be gl&d to recclvB cocaauiitcati
from our menas on an and alisnh
Cenrral Interest, out
, The name or the vritcr mtut alirAra to
ntshcd to the Editor.
communication mast do written on .
one side of the paper. ,.J ,
Personalities most be airotiea. 1
An t it is espacuuty am pmicnUrty aaae
stood that the Editor does netltrays rndora
the news of correspondenta oaleas ao "
in the editorial columns..
T WILL BS AT THE CITY HALL DURING "
a ... . a
the month of Jtine to Ust the Taxes for ih
at5- - JAMES W. KINO,
my s tha sat till Jnte 1st Tax Liner.
JJY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE SU J v
perlor Court of New n llnnvsr i'nn. i.i. ,
Term lm I hereby give notice to all persons ! v 't
holding claims against W. IIV Styron to- pre-'
sent them to the undersignea on or : bcWe
July 1st, 1S90, or they will not be permitted to
t hare In the distribution of the funds cf said
Styron la my hands, on thar h thA
will be distributed according to the provisions
v. micu ui ajSueni maae by WIT. Styron
-wvim aiv.AU&rj'' r
my 15 oaw 4w "thur - v Remvr. J ? "
Jr'OJt UAKOLINA BEACH ;.
AMU Q nTTTJD ATirri .
J3. x u uuu i 1 i nn. 1 .
THE 8VL VA N G UO VEJ "
J EAVES WILMINGTON AT 9:) A. M. AND
2 30 p. m.. and returning leaves the Beach at
13 SO and o p. in.
passport will leave for southport at
a. m.; leave Southportat 3 p. m. .
Every day in-the week except Sunday.
season reduced rate Tickets for sale at the
office or on board.
Fare Saturday 25 cents for the round trip.
J- W. HARPEli,
my 10 tf Manager.
3 need & Co.9
gUCCESSORS TO KNOX VILLR FURNI
ture Co., KQuiheast corner Market and .second
streets. Large stock, artistic designs, lowest
priccr.. Ever j body invited to call nnd Jnapect
fitock. nac my ntf
..... - AT
Geo. 11. French & Sous.
r.0c opera slipper, former price
75T opera siipperH, former prlcrt tl.0.
$.u Opera Slipp-rti, foriner price f !.?.
tl.2"i Opt ra Mlpper, former 1'ilee i..vi.
oxford Tie, Par, Tlp,TV.
oxford Tien, Pat. 'Up, f l.im.
tixfonl Ties, Pat. Tip, tl.rv
oford Tl s, Pat. Tip, tl.Ht.
Tan Colored oxfordi 1 1. Oi'.
Tan Cploretl Oxfords 1 1.25.
All the above M j les in Misses and chll-
riren b sizes at comparatively low price.
Large stock of LAWN TENNI9 SLIPPERS.
GEO. R. FRENCH & SONS,
1 OS North Front Street.
(Opposite The Orton.) . my 21 tf
SPECIAL NOTICE !
'yyE ARE THE SOLE OWN"ER3 OF THE
following finest and well known Bra a is of
WHISKIES in the market:
Southern Star llyet
Cubiuet LtyC, ,
Our Htanclard ICye,
State Guard xxx x Cabinet.'
There is nothing better cold anywhere, and
all first-class barrooms ell all or one ot the t
above lirand. -
BruiihildjSimon & Co,,
111 N. Front at.,
Dealers tn Ll iuors, ciirs and Tobaccos.
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PAINTS AND SASH.
ffALKfR j SRKTIV FUSE JlfflUE HIP,
made by the oM Dutch procv, the beat Lead
on the market, The7no; bring la combina
Hon can meJce special ptloe on suae.
Largest assortment In the State to select
from; sold at factory prtoei. ' -
Oil Stoves of All Sizes.
In them you will And comfort and economy.
. Wc as for your paroaage and sUail erct
endeavor lo eesrre the same, -RejpectfJilr,
IT, Jacobi Hardware 06.,
ii;o. it.o.nt sr,-