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WILMINGTON, N. C, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1890.
wriU- ,rt any and
tbe newa ot oormtponitenta anlcm ao ttatcd -
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HE VIEW, :
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PCS OF CALIFORNIA,
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rz? J ,i human
x,ocAx;y js Oi s,
1MPKZ TO Naw A DTERTIS M EXT3
j-seeo Co Furniture t
M irnxo lnflostrtol MinTg Co
C W Y at i Noted men on th- Solid iouli :
Mr. D. J.Corbett, of Pender coan-
ty, wan lii the city to uay on one or i
liia rare 7ilta-
There will be a blr crowd tit Car
olina Ueach to aiglit, in uttndance
on the Masquerade Ball.
Chapter 1: Weak; tired, uo appetite.
Chapter 2: Took Ilood'sSareaparilfa
Chapter 3: Strong, cheerful, hungry.
Fifty first-class hand wanted to
make Panto, by1 the day or piece.
Apply nt 122 Market street. t
Lawu Mowers and
and most im
Board of Aldermen.
For North Carolina, showers, ex-: The Board me Yesterday after-
cept in western portion fair weather . noon with all the members present
and stationary temperature. -LocaV and Mayor fowler in Jthe chair,
forecasts, from 8 iu in. to-day, fori The committee on lights, through
Wilmington and vicinity, fair wea I Alderman Post, reported ten addi
ther, followed by -showers -, and ' tional electric lamps put ill service
alarm system as be ng best adapted !
to our wants.
Very respectfully, , I
Martin- Nkwm ax.
Chief W. F, T.
John M Cazaux,
Hakes of the latuwt
proved makes are sold by the N. Ja
cob! Hdw. Co' ! t
The ISold UlKliwayuieu Asalu
We learn, from Mr. B. R. King,
a T a, . 1 . a r - mm, -
couuiy buiwriniffuuein, ui iJV & Russell, at S800. and the con
tempts at highway robbery last Sat- itract for reainug Front street mar
on the 1st of July. ; . - "
Alderman Morton reported the
contract for rebuilding the. wharf at
! the old -fisii market awarded to Han-
unlay nigl4t.f It was between u ana kct tlouse awarded to James F. Post,
10 o'clock as Wm. Wiggins, a truck
The report aud
of the committee were adopted. '
Mavor- Fowler stated his belief
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that the census of; Wilmington as
rUcentlv renorted. was incorrect. .He
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lmii wriHpti tr ilih Coiniuissioner.
Uskiug that the .official figures jbe
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furnished to him, ahd lie suggested
I x : II Li
LTivc Uxatiw to penna-
VXk and the many rtls de
g on a wak or inactive
fiTirT. LIVER firlU buWtLo.
rv.iLTH and 0TREHOTH
Ettiy one is using it and all are
vetted with it.
.Keep dry and you - will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats,
&c, at I Shrier's, 8. E. corner Front
land Princess streets. . t
Hon. Ja$. C. McRae and family, of
Fayetteville, who have been spend
log some time at Carolina Beach.
ret urne.d home yesterday.
I am Manufacturer's Agent for
Barbed and all kinds of Wire, Com
bination Wire and Iron Fences. Or
ders solicited. James I. Metts. t
farmer, was on his way home that
he was accosted just beyond the Lit
tle Bridge by t wo highwaymen, both
colored, who made an imperative
demand for his mouey. Wiggins
was armed and drew his pistol when
the fellows decamped, A little while
ifterwards two men, presumably
tho same, stopped a colored man
one of Mr. King's trusted employes,
as he was on his way to the Poor
House and demanded his money.
nstead of getting it a pistol Hashed
n their faces and they broke and
m-m 1 ,1 aJ
ran. rive snois were nreu aner
them but as it was dark they prob
ably escaped with whole sk ins.
(he advisability o
HAMU?ACTVtil9 0KV.Y BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
J4t fiAHCISCO. CAL.
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HUM CRT B HELLAMY.
WUOLALE DKI T.GIST. ,
jj Wilmington. N. C.
Sneed & Co.,
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:ur t o.. v.utuoi corner juiu .x.vu
Urgrstix t;, artistic designs, lowest
irprjri'Wy invited to call and Inspect
ai. nac Tnyl3tf
1DBIAN & Y0LLER8,
wholksai'k deai.fks in
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars,
Cr. rront and Dock St
WILMINGTON, N. C.
The Sunday School'of the Metho
dist Mission, under the superinten
dence of Mr. James F. Post, Jr., had
an excursion to Carolina Beach to
day.- . . .- j .' :.-
With "Regal" Paint on your house
and "PJastico17 on your walls, your
house will be beautiful and your
family happy. Sold by the N. Jacobi
Hdw. Co , factory agents. t
Capt. Belts, of jthe Dutch barque
Pauline, reported by us yesterday
as waterlogged at Little River, is in
the city and has placed his business
In the hands of Messrs. Geo. Harnss,
Son & Co. ' ,..;:
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Mr. Hans A: Kure's large Ktore
building at Carolina Beach was
magnificently. decorated with bunt
ing on the Fourth. Mr. Kure, It,is
taid, expended over 100 In bunting
for the bccasion.f !
The first annual meeting of the
industrial Manufacturing Company
will be held this evening at the City
Hall. A board of directors is to be
eWfprl nnri -ranch business of im
portance is to come before the meet
ing.' .' j '
Just Arrived !
I I XICE LOT OF THAT FRESH IJP-COUX-
We understand that Mr. Hans A.
Kare lias made a proposition to the
Carolina Beach Company looking
I to the erection of iv substantial pier
from the beach to the old blockade The renort is aJJ follows
I t A. it. I
runner near the shore ana mai me
The Pender Convention.
The Democratsof Pender county
met in convention on ruursaay.
Resolutions endorsingMaj. M jClam-
my for Congress, similar to those
adopted at j Scott's H ill the week
previous, were unanimously agreed
The delegates to the Judicial Con
vention were instructed to cast their
votes as a unit for Hon. E. T. Boy
kin, of Sampson county.
The number of delegates to which
the county is entitled were appoint
ed to tho State, Congressional and
Judicial Conventions. )
The following are the delegates to
the State Convention: T. J. Arm
strong, G. H. Bryant, J. F. Moore,
L. C. Powers, T. J. Lee, J. OB road
hurst, J. D.j Lewis, G. W. Corbett,
S. S. Satchwell.
A resolution was adopted Instruct
ing the delegates to insist upon the
full representation to which the
county.is entitled in the several con
ventions. Also, a resolution ap
proving and commending the zeaU
energy and ability displayed by
J. T. Bland, Chairman'of the Coun
ty Democratic Executive Commit
tee, for the past two years.
Audit and Finance.
Th a Board of Audit and Finance
met yesterday afternoon.
The report of the special committee
Messrs. W. R. Kenan and WmJ
Calder, on the proposed purchase of
a fire alarm was read and adopted.
On motion the awards were ap-
proved. ' . '
The reports of the Chief of the
Fire Department aud the Superin
tendent of Health were read and or
dered filed.; . i '
! The communication from the
l Board of Audit and Finance iii ref
erence to the proposed purchase of
a fire alarm plant (as it appears in
.the published proceed intrs of that
a . '
Board) was read and ordered filed..
A petition from Adam Brown (col
ored) was read, stating that he had
obtained permission from the Com
mittee on Markets to put a stand in
front of his store at the market
house on Front streetand after put
ting it up! had been arrested and
fined ten dollars in the City Court.
He asked remission of the fine
to be allowed to replace the stand.
The Maylor stated that two peti
tions were embodied in the coiu-
municatiop, and that the first peti
tion was out of order.
On motion of Alderman Pearsalj
the two were considered separately.
A ftn oThlonallAno f mm AMorninn
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Hicks, or i the aiarKet lyommuteei
who said that iiDon annlication of
a, m a,
Brown, and after due consideration,
the committee had decided to allow
him to put up a stand outside his,
store, andi expected to bring the
matter before the Board and get its
concurrence, but in the meantime
Brown had been arrested, Alder
man Smfth moved that the May-
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or De. requesieci 10 grant . re
mission oflthe fine, and the motion
On motion of Alderman Smith, the
other petition, that Brown be allow
ed to erect the stand, was not grant
"A motion by Alderman Bell to
have improvements made to the
sidewalk on the east side of Seventh
street, between Dock and Castle,
The improvement of Nixon street
I . i i -i x: ai
was aiso oroereu. on mwtiuu ui
Alderman Pears all expressed him
self as opposed to spending. money
nrnorfjitioii to tlefrav the exneuse'of
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having a recount.
making au ap-
On motion of Alderman: Smith, au
Htmronriation of 100 was made for
the purpose of having a correct
enumeration' made pf the population
of the city.
HALL IEAl? ALL.i,
11 and U So. Watr Street..
Vcted Men on Ihe Solid South.
JJIUEt a. H HUBERT. 2EBCLOJ U.
matter Is under adviseinent.
Dr. Richanl II. Lewis, of Raleigh,
will make his regular quarterly visit
to Wilmington on Weduesday,Thurs
day nnd Frldayj-iith, 10th and 11th
of July. He can -be consulted as
usual at Dr. Wood's office for diseases
of the Eye, Ear, Thioat and -Nose.
New Push and Pull Blind Hinges. J
Locks the' blina wnen openeu or
closed.' Saves labor and cost of put
ting on inside fastenings, which are
not needed wltli these hinges. Car
penters. It ViU pay Ta to examine
and use same. N. Jacobi Hdw. Co, t
I SeveraTTiuorcr Jots were mjM at
Carolina Beachhast week and new
nihiro nr fiiif? un there. 'this
week. The hotel. It is said, is full
and the fact lias become plainly ai-
narent Umt it is too small tc meet
the demands. " We hear that
The'Board met ii regular monthly
'Pstertlav afternoon at the
ourt House, those members of the
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oard present oeing vapt. xi. a.
ajrer, chairman, and Commissioners'
oger Moore, James A. Moutgom
ery and E. L. Peace.
rne minuies oi uic .msi. iguioi
iinil p.nllpd meetings were read and
imnrovpd. after which Elijah Hew
I ir - -i ., - -
lett, Esq., countyi treasurer,
1 1 his report for the month of
and , t.i 4 ah .'.
SIIOWIULT UtllClIlUCS pa luuuno.
ance of general fuhd $18,GG8.86, ed
hVational fond 9.799.32 .Total bal
ance on hand $&S,lG8.18. The eerti
t cntanf H . 11 . liOWtien. casnier oi
It is very lui port ant In this n&vot
vast material progress that a rem-" r :
edy be pleasing to the, taste and to .
the eye, easily taken, acceptable to
th stomach and healthy in its na
ture and effects. Possessing these .J '
qualities, Syrup of. Figs is the one
perfect laxative nod most gentle
diuretic'known. i I '. '-
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-. To-Morrow Ejccaraion. ' k : "
The Royal Pleasure Club Will
gi ve their first excursion this season. .
to Carolina Beach to-morrow and ;
they hope "to pee a large number
present pa t hat occasion. The bat ,.
look now is for a tvarih day, one on
which everybody will be glad to get
away from the city. Messrs. I. M. "'
Bear, Leopold Taylor, J. Sternber-
gr and E. David form the 'commit-' "'
tee of arrangements and these gen- '
tlemen will spare no pains iiu their
efforts to mako'ic a pleasant and A
comfortable day to allvwho may at" .
tend. The boat will leave J'at ! the
usual hours, morning and, afternoon."; .
sented,' setting forth that the above
fitnitMiipnt. im correet and that the
are on deposit in that
Bank, was pre
of Deeds Sampson
mitted his report of fees received
from marriasre licenses issued ilur-
in'g'the month of J une, and exhib
ited the receipt of the treasurer for
the amount of ($10.4."5.) The report
was ordered on' filk '
It was ordered that a reward of
;ft ho. offered bv the county for the
apprehension and, conviction of any
nartv or parties charged with high-
Assistant O. F. & V. A. tJ" W .
A circular issued from the office ot i v, .
the General Freight and Passenger $
Arent of the Atlantic Coast Line, in a f
this city, announces the appoint-
ment, with the approval of the Gen-
eral Manage r;of Mr.HoraceM. Erxujr- , .
son as ; Assistant lieneral . ireight f
aud Passenger Agent of the. line, to t
take effect fin" the 15th inst.
jMr. Emerson has been chief "clerk . f
in the oftice in this city for niarfy.
years ahd his promotion to this 1m-
p&rtant position will be hailed byv i
his many friends as a just recogui;
?ion of his long and faithful service" 1 1
and the energy and intelligence he
his brought to bear in the discharge i
of his duties. , ; . i f ' ' K
Industrial Manulactunng ConVy,
TOD PlllST ANNUAL MKETINQ OP THE
City Hall, In the
way robher in thH
county of New
Stockholders of the Industrial
Company will be held at. the
rcoms of the Board of Audit and Finance, t his
(Tuesday) evening, at half-past eight o'clock.
Election of Directors and other important
Lill' I ! i
Sundry persons were granted leave i buSinesg. Every stockholder should be, pres
ent or represented oy proxy. ' J j ; s
j . E. F. JOUNSON, ,
jysit Secretary. -
to list their taxes
The following persons
vv'ere granted license to retail liquor
infh nitv of Wilminffton: joun
Haar& Bro., C. F. VonKampen,
at Seventh and Castle streets and at
17TVrrf!i Fourth street. F. W. Ort-
Jk. v . ' e- . J
mann. J. -i. Jioescn, tu. xj. nej,
Ratken, I. B. Rhbdes, Glaraeyer Xb
Kuck, J. W. Duls,
J. G. L. Gieschen,
.a.M. nhback. nenry G. Turner, improvements in this line are con
tern plated for next-Winter.
; Ira r. Jcoes, Wm. J. Wilson, Ceo.
. A. s. Lone and others.
C. W. YATES.
fOB CAROLINA BEACH
t UxlF' 8 V L VAN OHO VB
li tSU,lNGTONATuA.M. AND
tw Krt Z leivei the Bacn at
nr,T: n. on Tuesdays and Fridays
tn-a P. m. and 5 p. xa. The
ti ftV;11" t tof South port ai
. vr Un Beach ai S0 J- m.
JxirSr excrPl Sunday.
fiJt X. cents for the roand trip:
. Rif J. W.IlAltPEH.
fvrTLr AJX inimanuficturedty
xourt prmumr In Worts,
,v T. k. WRianTTVi.
; " AolUerMnl)rowBl.
Isaac Bakei, 'colored, was drown
ed thisafteruooii near Princess street
dock. He stumbled on the cap of
the wharf and fell overboard JMr..
Art-life "Marine, who was near at
hand, Jumped overboard with his
clothes on and dived but could not
find the man. Baker rose but once
ta that be was very much
nuu a w -"
under the Influence f of liquor,
was a longshoreman and leave
wife and three children.
Vmir nnininittee. to whom was re-
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frrPil the communication ot tne
linnnl of Aldermen or Aini tn,
iR')rt Tintifvincr this Board of their
rtr.rentaiice of the proposal of the
11 Fire Alarm (o. to sell to
the city their plant now established
here, and rented from them for the
past four years, with ten additional
alarm boxes, for the sum of $7,500,
and asking the concurrence of this
Board with their action, respectful
ly report, that we, have carefully in
quired as to the value of said plant,
and the cost of maintaining and re
newing the same, aud are of the
opinion that it would be much more
advantageous to thecity to continue
to rent a svetem than to purchase
one at such" a price, or even at a
somewhat lower figure.
It has been intimated that the
GamewellCo. would at once remove
their plant if the city declined to
purchase, but an examination of the
contract made with them February
8th, 18S6, discloses the fact that the
agreement then entered into with
them is neruetuaf, so far as the said
company is concerned, and can only
be terminated at the pleasure of the
city or upon a failure to pay tho
stipulated rental, and tha. thecity
has jhe right to add auy number of
boxes, located wherever it may de
termine, upon tho payment or a fur
ther moderate rental per box-.
We haye also inquired as to other
systems, and arc of the opinion that
one unite as good can be purchased
I for a much less sum than the one
named in this communication oi tne
Board of Aldermen, if it be decided
that it is more advantageous to buy
than to rent. We therefore recom-
' , i mend the adoption of the following:
,,e! Jlecolved, That this Board declines
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D N. Chadwick, Lou Johnson uuan
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onlv). J. G. Oldeributtel, Wm. u
in mafcint? teninorarv improvements rich, H. Haar, Duls & Lutze, M. F.
r 1 . -r- il WTX
iffWI a Crooiii & Co. fat INortu vaier
! SOMETHING NEW I i
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rflHERE IS A HEEU 8ALOON OPENED ON
second street, between Market and Prlncessi
where you can get
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A Schooner of Beer for 5 Cenf&
street and at f 02 JNortti irourui
atreetl. Geo. H. Heyer, John Hens-
lein, A. C. Wessell, Carl Mugge,
M. Croom& Co., John F. Rulfs,
D. Steljes, Chas. F. Browne, J. H.
O;to way, John
Eliza Burden, L
Koch (malt only;
J. Kirk, C. F.
Hunter (malt onlyp, Win. Genaust,
Peter Mohr, P.
len, B.? Bellois, Ms
L. A. VonKampej
E. Kileyv J D.
Schulken, . Hul-
D. Steljes, Chas.
" wcklena Arnlrtv SalT. .
The Best Saive m the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever 8ores, Tetter, Chap
ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Exaptlons,,and posi lively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
Sr money Refunded, Price 25 cents
per box. . - w '
a ! to concur in the action of the Board
of Aldermen of April 7th, 1860, in re-
gard to the purchase of the plant of
the (iaiuewell t ire Alarm company.
: fit TtT- liTTkwn
W. R, Kkxan.
One hundred, and eight coupons.
amnnntlncf to 2.93L which had
.-.-. - i-t--- ,c. ,nn,traetioQ of the
Durneii in iue prescuccui ns
.' Bills for current expenses,amoun
in- to $0,103.19. were audited and
inntion that the Mayor be "author-
intl and Idirected to, advertise for
proposals to macadamize Market
street from Fourth street to the city
A loner discussion ensued, when,
the question being called, AMerman
PearsallVmotion was adopted.
On motion of Alderman Craft the
chairman of the Permanent lm
provement Committee was instruct
ed to correspond with Congressmen
McClauiuiv and Rowland in regard
to the prospect o( obtaining an ap
propriatioh from theGeneral Gov
ernment for a macadamized roadway
from Fourth street to the Natfonal
The Committee on Fire Depart
ment, Mayor Fowler, chairman, re
ported that they have thoroughly
investigated the matter as totbead-
vlnhilitv of the nurchase of a ffre
alarm system for the city of Wil
mington, p.nd after consulting the
iimitpr authorities 'and creitmir all
iuformatiqu that could be procured
upon the subject would respectfully
recommend the purchase of a three
circuit sykeui to be furnished by
the Gamqwell Fire Alarm Co. at
The report of the Chief and Assis
taut Chief of the Fire -Department ;
on this matter was also readas fol-! ville Sound: B. B. Humphrey, J. A
lows: Hewlett and P. T. Dixey, at Ocean
u nnoat of Vivir License fbr the sale of malt
Ub.MLKKbJ.' an --5 " - j , , . .
your Finance and Fire Committees, iiquor only was granted to Dame
wehv'e examined into the merits of tIoward at Ocean View.
thf ,,??'eff "JS.Sff irCt On motion the Board assessed tlie
S?: Hanover Transit Company
to make the following report; Af- follows: On three miles of railway
ter consulting, disinterested elfc"r ana side tracks 9,000; one locomo
tive tS.SOO: fo ur cars $300; one plat-
and beinir familiar rwltn tne form Car,; etc., ray. iotai $is,wv.
Schnibben & Bro.L G. W. Lmder a
Co., W. H. M. Kfch, C. Richsters,
B. II. J. Ahrens, W.B. Bell, L; Voi
le rs, Kate Montrcjse (uralt only). J
H. Otto way, on iSTun between Sev
enth and Eighth streets, George H.
Brown, Bridgers & Rankin, C. E.
Smith, M. 6'Brieih, W. T. Telfair,;
Purcell House, The Orton, A. P.
Tiiicay. James Benr. Etta Williard
(malt only), Boniiz Hotel.
License was granted to tho follow
ing for tho wholcfale of spirituous
uml malfc linuors in the city of Will
miii'?torr3Brunhird, Simon & Co.J
Sol Bear & Co., Adrian &; Vollers.
License was granted for the retai
r emrittioiifl and malt liouors in
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yew llanover county, as follows:
A. Brown. IslandJ Beach Hotel,
the Hamiuocks; W. H. M. Koch,
Carolina Beach; JosephRamsden, at
Wrightsville; T. E. Nixon.atWrightsf
requirements, and . taking every - Board adjonrn
thing into consiaerauou, - . -r ;
fully recoxnxaena the Gaiaeweli fire ed to meet Mooaay next
Guaranteed to be the best In the dCy.
GINGEK ALE, SODA
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iAo, a similar house at Na
WATKK, Ac, C
4 North Water
street where the same articles are kept at;
the same prices.
By Steamer To-Doy
COM rLETE LINE OF LACTOPEPT1NE
Preparations. liquid Peptonoids and Fhos
to N. Front street. 601 N. Fourth St.
lyltf . - , - , " i
Wednesday, July 9th, 1890.
-TO BE GIVEN BY Til
ROYAL PLEASURE CLUB
Boat leaves at 930 &. m. and p. m. : .
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains ! ;
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Ladies Opera fc Uppers 50c ; .
Ladle Lace Oxfords, Plain Toe,'
Ladles' Lace Oxfords.Pat. Leather TIpsLW.
Ladles Lace and Button Oxford, $L2i
Gd.tlenvn's Low shoes in alt tho j Ute&
styles at marrcubus WWTB1CE&. f ;
108 North Front Rtrcetr
(OTpoits The ortba) ' ; ; J: " s3 tf
wholeralD and T?tail dri
A approved, .