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WILMINGTON, N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1890.
aB t ; m - "
'It may Cower to pas?," said ah There was a very large crowd on
; the Grove this morning: bound .for
Carolina Beach and. a good time
' generally. S
.-j Canteloupes are somewhat more
plentiful and slightly cheaper. They
, sold this morning at $ 1.50 a dozen
' for the best. . : i'
British lecturer lately, "that some
African may, in centuries to coihe,
point out liqwa race of Englishmen
mce ueminareu tne west indies,
and were improved off the face of
the .and." Such fears are real
enough. Inl853 there were in tWoss
inlands 4,500 -Europeans to 1,500 Af
Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers and
to the human
in 18UU tne numoers weru
l ;h . . . . ' . . ..
30v000 Europeans and 300,000 Afri- j uaKes pi tne latest ana most -im-I
cans. In thb last census the figures ! Proved makes are sold by the N. Ja-
wre 14,433 Europeans, 109,946 col-' com aw-
orel, or inulattoes, 444,186 Africans
I ; I Forecasts.
For Jbforth Carolina, showers and
stationary! temperature. Local fore
castsl froni 8 a. in. to-day, for Wil
mington and! vicinity, fair,
slichtly cooler weather.-
Personaijaet tansi ba aTollM,
i Ati4 it is especially ani ptrticuuriyj
stood ttxat Uxe JEOltor docs nofalirara cnrie
tbe; vleira of oorrespoodessa oalesa aa
In the Prtltnrlat minn-iT .
(Sctive laxative openna-
U cure liawmai
At. .flinv ills de
r.wc tnown to oe
r-' 4 4t, tnnnv HIS ae-
(Sn a weak or inactive
r :.p;t;mer Constipated
I IM CB -"
I c- THAT
. . . ITB&MU n
rrone is using it and all are
feted with it.
Col, Will fain -J. Northen has in
vited the -iron. Thomas Hardeman,
his principal, competitor for the
nomination for Governor of Georgia,
to a joint discussion, to be held in
such section j( the State and under
such directions as may be agreed
iiiion by mutual friends. Col. Nof-
then says he will condu jt the cam-
l T- ? i i " a r
paign on w iiign piiiiit, uiiu, iruui
his knowledge of Col HardemaiPs
character as a. gentleman, feels
assured that such a canvass would
not engender strife nor occasion ill-
feeling betvteen them.
Cucumbers axe, almost dead in the
market now. You can buy two big
ones for a cent. And still the small
boy is not happy. j
j j . i
j Keep dry and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats,
&c, at I. Shrier's, S. E. corner Front
and Priricess streets. ' . t
And how would you like to have
been there? I We iuean in New York.
on Tuesday lastwhen we are told j ination Wire and Iron Fences
Villa v l&JwY Ctt4lit9 wi uviiiii a j
paid out by
There were rains yesteTday along
the line of the W. & W. R. R. as far
North as Weldon but Jtliey were not
general, only here and there.
J Mr. John C. James came down
from Richmond last night i and this
i i i
morning embarked .on the steam?
ship Yeluassee for New York.
I amf Manufacturer's "Agent for
Barbed and all kinds of Wire, Coin-
It is very important intbis age of
vast material progress' that a remr
edy be pleasing to the taste and to
the ey,' easily! taken, acceptable to
the! stomach and healthy in its na-
Hure and "effects. Fossessing tiiese
qwM,Xr?Tt$p of J Figs is the one
perfect laxative and most gentle
T the Ye in as see.
t ' - ; ... .
Steamship Yeraassee sailed this
morning a!t 6:30 o'clock for New
ibrk with a large treight and the
following list of passengers: Miss
Lizzie Owens, Miss Cora Gibson, Dr.
W. J. Lovei Miss T. L. Smith; Mrs.
Johanna Diiles, R. C. Jones, Mr.
Barentine, Mr. Gayord, F. S. WaU
cott. John C. James, Mrs. J. H.
I -AKUfACTyHEDOKtYBY i .
UUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BOtfEKT R UEliliAOli,
Sneed & Co.,
T rrTshB TO KXOXVILLE FURNI-
CO., foafueast corner Market and Second
Ui. ijryestact. artistic designs, lowest
n lTfrjt)oajlivUedtocall and Inspect
yx nac iny uu
the banking and other
financial institutions on iuU -t and
dividend account. It I t ted
that over $100,000,000! was v , in
I eluding theseuii-annual iuterest on
$2,000,000,000 in railroad bonds
rut AAA AVt a r.l livi.-
$806,000,000. in stock,
to $15,177,500. Besides
thpse amounts S8.000.000 was also
due as interest' on United State
bond, white the interest on city
unci State .bonds made up a total
said to be the largest in the flnan-
cial historyjof the country.
The Electoral bill has passed the
House and how goes to the Senate.
It could have been nullified there
but for the criminal carelessness,of
Hvt. Democratic members who
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j Tliere will be no paper issued from
mis onine to luorrow, uecuuse ui
th fact it is the glorious Fourth and
we always take a holiday then.
About 300 excursionists came in
late yesterday afternoon from Win-
'ston. They took! in Carolina lieach
to day and will go down on the Sea-
coast road to morrow.
null V IV Vfll .T sho'J hayfr been in their seat?, "and
WHOLES A LK DE.4LEKS IN
ligors Tobacco, Cigars,
Cr. 1'ront mutl Dork SI.,
Just Arrived !
SO LOT OF THAT FRESH UP-COUN-
7KTTZS,inkTiaii Kits, at
UALL & PEAKSALiye,
11 mm 13 so. Water Street.
W) BEACH HOTEL
'A. BROWN, Manager.
iVIXr, LEASED TI1E ABOVE NAMED
are as folloivs: - Ashbel V. Fitcii, oi
New York,hVilliam G. Stahlnecker,
f Kan Vnt-k. .Tason B. Brown, of
V w wm - - J '
Indiana. J. H. O'Neal, of Indiana,
w tt ICrfiln. of Texas. . The New
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York Herald says:
Tim Tiprriocrats have themselves
to thank fo the defeat to-day of the
amendment - onerea oy mr. m-
hnoii KPnnn lean, ui non
This amendment was calculated to
wf b dfiral Electoral bill a fatal
blow by making the law raanuatory
and applicable to every Congression
al Districtjin the country. It was
' a s . ctimilrl this
tira 1 1 tint orcTiirai Liia.li diiuuiu
t be adoDted many Re
mUMar,a trnnld -turn in and help
j va va WM F ' - . . .
i m a-.Al.VkSlt An Ii O
the Democrats Deat uio um
final passage, being unwilling io see
such a sweeping measure pass and
be applied to Northern and Western
TherA wits, therefore, the deepest
interest in this vote oh this particu-
hich was redou
Re v Dr. Creasy, of t his ci ty will
till the appointment of the Presiding
Klder, Rev.'.-F. I). SwindellJ at Hall's
Church on the Sampson Cirduit, on
Sunday, theGth inst. M
Two more new cottages arrived
from Favetteville and were carried
to Carolina Beach to be put up for
parties from that city who will sninj
mor it at Carolina Beach, i
Strange, R.1B. Miller.
i ; The Body Found.
The body of Mr. Frank Meltom
who was drowned yesterday at the
foot of Dock street, as published by
us yesterday, was recovered this
morning by Larry Lowe, colored,
the famous j body finder, with the
drag fashioned by himself. Coroner
Jacobs viewed the body and decid
ed, under the circumstances, that
no inquest was necessary and con
sequently none was held. A per
mit was thereupon issued j for the
interment of the remains.
sailed by'Capt. Willie At-
.j:" tineuammocia. I am pre-
TTP supplied with the choicest
Stli5T?v?fKTCat interest in the vlcln-
jarucniues, nnrlTalled fishing-, "aid
withe Beach connected with the
Ur ebrated Band
Henry O. Turner
I J. A. BKOT7N,'
JW Men on the Solid South.
tJT A- HERBERT,
i .ir r. Jones. Wn. J. Wilson. Geo.
Iaos: und others. Price L25.
L C W.YATES.
iSiS10 HAYING QUALIFIED
Ss ?r ot estate of F, J.
"w'ela hereby given to all
wmSLL0?.011 aealnst said estate to
,,, a 0r before Hay 1st. 1S91,
rVxOtttrJf 'Paded in bar ot the
IvlS BIT ONE, AND I1K HOLDS
"sx inT.n. lun Ci5, Bnarp razors ana
LIKK o r lr-roTtVrTvrc
Jrm atatrceu eoi n. rourth fet.
bled by thetfact l that it was known
that many Itepufclicans were absent,
and some, it is said, intentionally so.
Somie Democrats were alsb absent;
but it was (certainly expected that
these Democrats; who were present
in uk'ntxr hvrtnld - take the trouble
to be on hand and help compass' the
defeat of a tneasure so iraugui wim
peril for their party's tut are.
But in fhfe expectation the party
(UfiHnpd to bitter tus
appointment: Ashe roll was called j
Democrats failed to answer to tneirl
names, who were known to oe in uie
city, nor d d they m ase lueirar
nearance tnitime ior iue rKvu.yi""
tion "of - the) vote. -The result was
veas 133. nays 138, a majority of six
against the amendment.:
Many Democratic members were
absent and paired who might jnst as
wp I have been nere. rui ior
vote there seems
With "Regal" Paint on your house
and "Plastico" on your walla, your
house will lw? beautiful and your
family happy. Sold by the N. Jacobi
Hdw. Co , factory agents. .
The pulpit of Grace M. Church
will be filled next Sunday morning
and evening, by Rev. F. D. Swin
dell, it being the third quarterly
meeting for the present Conference
Rev. W. S. Creasy. D. D., will
preach at the Market Street Metho
dist Mission, corner Princess and
Eighth streets, this evening at 8.15
o'clock. The public are coraiany
We are requested to state that, in
consequence of the tide, the regatta
at Wrightsville Beach will take
place to morrow at 11 o'clock. The
yachts will report at 10 o'clock and
the start will be made promptly at
The following yachts have enter
ed for i the regatta of the, Carolina
Yacht Club,! which is to take place
over the Wi'ightsville course to-mor-
kinson. j .
Francis Marion;- sailed by Capt. W.
N. Harriss. j , I
Lillian Florence, sailed by Capt
H. M. Bowdeu.
Phantomjsailed by Capt. John K.
Pirate, sailed by Capt Norwood
(files. ; f
MascotteJ sailed by Capt. Geo. D.
Parsley, Sri f
Peggotty, sailed by Capt. T. Wright
Meares. j ....
1 j I. Q. O. Fa
Hating Arc Xnuipa.
In consideration of the recent dis
cufsion of the electric light question
in this conntry,' the following para-
and graph, clipped from an editorial in
the Electric Worlil. of June 2 1st, on
A the candle power of arc lamps, will
proveintereting: Why do we con
tinue the old and guileful method of
rating are lamps- by i their so-called
candle power? In the first place,
there is no conventional direction in
Which the light should, by common
consent be mcasuretU and even if
there! were, the distribution of the
light is not taken into account. In
the second place, everybotly knows
well ehough that the alleged 2,000
candid power lamp seldom or never
gives even 1,000 measured' in any
useful, direction, while its more mod
est competitor, the 1,200 candle
power lamp, actually gives less than
500 elTective. candle power. The
nominal ratings have come to be
mere trade names that do but serve
to deceive and only .create contusion.
sam .Tones in Norfolk.
The reported rough treatment of
Sam Jones in Norfolk is now denied.
A correspondent of. the Danville
Register says,: " --'The Tabernacle is
on the corner of the street, the cars
run by it, and the disorder con
sisted in the car bells ringing, drays
passing and lemonade venders talk
ing in their effort to sell. The street
car company promptly removed the
bells from the horses. The authori
ties stonned the wacrons, &c, dur-
ing the services and the. lemonade
vendors mo fed farther away. Th'erv?
has-b'een no imlignitj of any kind of
fered Mr. Jones and;to day a 'majority
of the people of the twin cities are
his friends, as. far.' as I can judger
Three fourths of the -people., of all
denominations who have no -church'
affiliations are with him. I have
never witnessed a more signal
triumph of the Gospel than the ser
vices; today. The men's meeting
surpassed any in n umber jand power
that it has eyb'een' my good for-
I w v atv m.w mwmmm n M n a I A m .
A FREE TRIP TO EUROPE;
i'nE rUliUS-H ER OF "THE VJlJXAVI&x'IX
II I -
UKEX" will clve a tree trip to
person senauiff tne largest number of! words
name or lueir we u Known Jinsps74ne, "TIIK
CAAIIA Additional Prizes
cdnsl3tlos or Oliver Tea Sets, Gold WateSes, '
rhlna Dinner sets, I'ortlere J Curtains, BlUc "
Dresses,-3lantel Clocks, and many other use- ;
fni and valuable articles win also be awarded
in order of merit. . j i j
Vebtterrs L'nabri'lced Dictionary to be ubed i
as authority In deciding: the contest, - j '
This la a popularplan of introducing a pfop- -ulr
publication. Every one sending a I list of
not less than ten "words will reeelre a present. r
Enclose thirteen 3c stamps for Illustrated : 1
Oataiosrue ot present and three monthps Vial
Buosenpnon io "Tne oueen.
THE CANADIAN OUEEN. i
i f J tf " Toronto; cnt.
CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. C,
' . - MAYOR'S OFFICE, - -
Wn Mij0T0. N. C, June 5SUiJ 1S&X
y-ILL BE KECE1VED AT TUE MAYOR'S:
Offlcc until 12 o'clock M., JiUy 5tb, proilmo,';
!:. :--' " -if1- - -
for removing bushe3, stumps, ,&c.. Q-onyall j
unopened streets of the city, between Mars-. ;
tella and Hilton st reets Inclusive.'
Particulars furnished upon' application to
this office. JNO. J. FOWLER, - 4
lec0 2t mon tiiu Mayor.
maE OF TDESECRlaTARY AND TJREA7
- OF.tns -1
Wl L. WELDON AND W..C. A A. K. R.Cq.5',' -
riUlK HOARD OF DIRECTORS ' OV TltE
I I Wilmington 4: Weldon Railroad Co. Have
declared a UivMcnd of four (4) per cent, -on lryf
capital Stock, payable on tho lstu Jnst,., toi aJV j
.lintilfr nf roonrrt of this date. i . H i.
The Transfer Hooks will
1n1.tr let 1 r Inl l- 1 -,t h' 1U1M1
IUU 1.11; U UU1J WUI,,;jln. I a i
fj IP. - . J V .1 ,- J , V
jylior - TrWisurcr AV. & W. it.-it. f-icvt.
-1"' i t 8.
SCHEDULE FOR THE FOURTH.
to parti oil
in. It was es
timated that not less than 8,000 113 en
present. The vast audience
as a man in expression of dis-
approval of the course of the editor
of the Virginian."
IJucklen's Arnica Salv.
TVia Rpst Saive in the world for
Cuts; Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chap
ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
SYLVAN GROVE leaves Wllmlnjton At
-aJ m.. 2.i p. m. and 8 p. iit.-"-- 1
PASSPORT leaves Wilmington at lo.rjn a.
m. and ft. 15 n. m.
Train leave3 lieach at 12.H0 p. m., fi.00 p. rn.
anaD. in. ' '
A pleasant trip on the river. Quiet enjoy
ment at tne jieacn. music una uancine.
dellirhtful t;oncort by tho oerraania Corner.
Band in tho afternoon, with a toneertahd
reworks at night. jy 2 St .
Bargains ! Bargains I Bargain
Officers of Orion Lodge No. 67, IjkiniEruptibhs, and positively cures
eot- Piles! or no Day required. Itisguar-
time for th4
! T?av P! G. Wheeler, one of
inost prominent Baptist divines of
the Pacific Coast, who was in com
mand of the European tour of dele
gates to the World's Convention last
year, in London, is in this city, the
guest of Mr. John C, Davis. !
i au- Push ami Pull Blind Hinges.
Locks the blind when opened or
Closed. Saves labor and cost of put
ting on inside fastenings, which are
not needed with these hinges. Car
penters,Jt will pay you to examine
and use sara e. N. Jacobi H d w. Co. t
iL.Tl.Af! fT&yTv. R. R. Cc. are
were installed'at the regular meet
ing as follows:.
N. Gj N. F. Brandt. ,'.
VGi Geo. Smith . ' -Secretary
J. M. M. MeGowan.
P. S.j H: p. Cxaig, - ,f
Treasurer-i Jno. L. Dudley.
Conductor G. H. Ward.- ;
Warden J. E. Silva; Jr.
I. G. B. F. Kanoy.
O. G. C D. Morrill
R. S.' to N.' G.-J. M.- Branch.
h. S. to N.-.G. C. W. Stuart.
R. S. B. Ebbin Piner.
L. S. S. W. P.James.
Chaplain W. S. Hewlett.
The V. G. reserved the appoint
ment of his supporters until next
This Lodge is nourishing finely
and has 11C members in good stand-
Piles, or no pay required. Itis guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
For sale by Robert R. Bellamy,
wholesale and fatail druggist-
LADIES' SLIPPERS L
N E W A DVEUTI8 EftlBNTSr
When walking through our town
. In search of somcthlag nice to eat.
No matter where you're bound
Pass down Sbun Front street.
Half way down the second square
A large brick store you'll see
THe people buy their Groceries there
From 13. P. tJWANN.
One hundred and eighteen
Is the number on the door;
The nice things you are looking for
Are in that very store.
Walk in ! and you will find
ms stock Is most complete,
Best quality of Goods,
And the prices can't be beat.
tf D&W opp. Front street .Market.
University of North Carolina
.a ' " ' ' . . ''It'
bentiemen s low. yuarterea
Ladles opera Mlppcrs 50c.
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liftaiCS' J-ll U UAIWJ US, 1 liUU XUV, - ft.
; LaWes' Lace Oxfora'at. Leather Tlp,$ft(.i
La!dies' Lace and Button Oxfor J3, S1.23. ; r
Oentiemen's Low Shoos' in all ' tho lateit
styles at marvellous LOW TRICES. . .
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Geo. Ri Erencli & Sori,
108 North Front Street!.
(Opposite The orton ) ; 8 Je 23 tf
Vo Hazard s rredictlou.
Frouii information -gathered here
The Fall Term OpeiiH Hept.
n rnwn anu uokuw'u
to reach tne iapnoi in y...At am 0,1C f Point
to bej i 11 1 1 1 h ic " '
float that will hold
Hve freight cars, which is to be useq
in conveying the cars to the com
pany's wharf at the foot j of Mul
berry street, where they will be
rharmacy, and other
Classical, Phllosophical,jLiterary, Scienttac.
SDeslal courses In Chemistry, Clrll and
Separate schools oi Law and Medicine, whose
students may attend the University lectures.-
! HON. K CM I
1 BATTLE. LL.D..
President, Chapel Hill, N. O.
A eood Sha
Four ot the best Barbers in
The German Barber,
.S Market afreet.'
M ak . 1
That firml feelincrtnow so Often
heard of. Is entirely overcome by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which giyesi
mental and; bodily strength.
IKDX TO VkW ADTaTRTtSKlf atKTS
JB F SsrANN--Orocertes
SNrsn & ,Co-Furnlture
Mcds BaotHs Druggists
K P Battlx University of North Carolina
CAX4WVN MAaiHHt-A re tnp to kurope
C w-YATOJfoted.mtnootUiA SolW South
r tiioro wft hnrard an opinion as
l r. " '7: , UR REGULAR COURSES OF STUDY,
IO Hie voie iur vyuuicoo v j-,
candidates in the Third .District
The number Of votes, in the. conven
tion to which each county is entitled
is as follows:. Bladen, 29; Ctimber-
1 ..1 Ki. -nnnlin AJI- tflmtfl. J2H'l
1U1U VTV, A -, . J-a- a--TT "a
MoorV,:36; OpsloV,! ?Gf Pendef,
Wayne, 56; Sampson," 50. ; This 4s a
total of 341 votes ami it reqoitesJTl
to nominate. Our hazard js, this: 153
votes for nicujammy, iuo iwuru
and 85; for Aycock on first ballot.
Maj. McClammy will thus lack but
18 votes of a nomination and we
think.it likely that he wjlffget these,
in tbe.second ballbt. for we -believe
that nearly all of Sampspnnd all of
Duplin and Wayne will rally to his
.ciinnrt as roou as it is demon
?To catch Dame Fori une's- gotOen5anlM
Assiduous wait upou uer
And gather gear by
nd gather gear by every wll
That's justified by hoitor.
Not for to hide It in a uodge,.
Not fOr a train attendant.
But for the glorious privilege,
of being independent.
-Sa7 T ' ' ' -V '
" X'i itvin mn feel inH ?je HdetU wliO paj rcJTl
Fecore a Home- and be jour ovn landlordi
Wily Ipay rt-nt when the saiae moncy.rlU buy
you a home. Houses and low In deslrabie aafl
healthy, localities and building, lot on the
prominent streets of the city for sale n tha
I NSt ALLM ENT PLAN. Satlsf actory time
dven. Money loaned' to those wishing ito
Je 24 2w
oniceof V. o-uonoori
THE HEWLETT HOUSE.
;! ! i '- :' ;ivi'H
Y FRIENDS AND THE FUBLIU ea
At 1 o'clock to day the thermome
ter in this office registered 90 degrees.
If we bate fair weather to morrow
Twcnty-foar Trains To-Morrow.
w;il oi rrn.irm nn the Sea
a lllv a . " tU V to
coast Railroad on the Fourth, leav-' gtaated that Mr. Aycock is out of it
mg here at G.45, 9.30 and 10.30 a. ' and that the race will lie between
and 1.0D. 3,00, 3.10, 4.50, C.10, 7.25, 8.30 . Maj McClammy and Col. Green.
9.35 and 10,40 p. ui.
Trains from the Hammocks wi.i
loarp nt 7.40 and 10.30 a. ni. and 1.00,
' female Weakneaa PolllT1y Cured.
To the Editor:
Tlpai Inforiu vour readers that
i2.0r, 3.30, 4.50, 6.15, 7.30, 8.30, , have a jKsiuye . remedy or i-- . -
mn. . f- J n (V) n m ' : SUUU ami UUC Ills' nuim . V
10.45 and L 11.80 P . m. . ideranged female organs. ; I shall le
Trains leaving here ai 9,30 up J viad to send two bottles of my rein
4 30riUKO directly throogh -with Qjy FREK to any lady if they, will
' . t I ai. nn ..1 t ( o f ll roes
uifW fi'tlass hands wanted to out stoppnir? ai any 1 I r rVn X t r r ?.r a n-
make Pis. by the day or piece, side of Wrightsrflle. All trains wi.ij nsTTutlWj. t
Apply at 122 Market street., t: !etop at. WrishtsTille. v- . - i. v '
IN EFFECT JULY 5TH.
Leave Wilmington C:45 and U:30 a.
in.. 2:50, 5)0, 7 KX) and 9:C0 p. m.
'Leave Hammocks . 7:40 and l:yU
a. m., Am, CK), 8.-00 and 10K p. m.
Trains leaving- here at 9.30 up to
4.30 will go directly through with
out stopping at any stations t hi
side of Wrightsville. ) All trains will
stop at Wrightsville. r
T ; . Gen'l Manager,
iWilmington Seacoast R. H.
jy2tf . ;
eraiir are resDectfuRy noli Tied that I haye
mideextenslre additions to premises' at
swllchbacfe StaUoc, Wrightsrillo Beacli, and
am fimr nrenartd to ! aCCCOinmOdate -tlMrta
with the best of cveatlilnjj. . .
a- resh Fish, bolt Crabs, Deviled Crabs, td
rr-idron the arrival of every train.
Bar in the rear and separate an4 dl3tln4t
rom the dinrJn? room.
rny satf . ' JAS. A. HEWLETT.
AND CROCKEliV. "
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