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WILMINGTON, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23,1890.
tho Tiews ot correspoBdcnts ociea ttatsi
tn the editorial columns.
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PCS OF CALIFORNIA.
.d xritb the medicinal
Of pUlll KUUi w
1 r :,r m acrreeabie
ISctfce laxative to perraa
rg, asclthe many ril? e-: -.fS,
on a weak or inactive ,
fHS UVEnAHU BUWU.O.
-T.Lr.f.nttirtmeiy known W .
I J THAT I
i irflXTH na
Ti-r -AU-Y FOLLOW.
I,ry cce is using it and all are
I i-ACTUtO 01. BY
WORNIAFIG SYRUP CO.
KOtfEUT R. HBLIiAMY.
- wilmlncion. N. C.
tVVXX TO NKW ADTIKTIBCXKYTS
fNtio Co Furniture
C W Yates Noted tnen on the Solid south
w , "ni"
It was cool enough for n -tire at
WrfghUvllle last night.
The boarding houses at Wrfghts-
ville are now crowded "with visitors.
Fifty flit-c!a.H3 baud wanted to
make Pants, by. the day- or piece.
Apply at 123 Market atreet. t
Uubber Hose, Lawn Mowers and
Rakes of the latent and most frn
proved inakes.are sold by the N. Ja-
cobriJdw. Co. ' t
' . '. Forecasts.',
For North Carolina, fair weather,
Except in the western portion
thower and stationary ' tempera
ure. Local forecast, from 8 a.;ni.
to-dai, for Wilmington and vicin-
ityf fair weatlier and stationary tern J steppetl from a clump of bnslies and
- I I demanded "his nionev. or his life."
Mr. Risley called for help and two
Keep dry and . you - will ' keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats,
&c; at I. ShrierV, E. corner Front
and Princess streets - t
Fr the Alliance.
-The Atlantic Coast Line will have
round trij tickets-on' sale August
10th to 13th inclusive, and good to
return until August 19th, from Wil
mington to Asheville, on acconnt .oi
the, North Carolina Farmers' .'Al-
Hanoe. f Price of tickets f 0.70 for the
round trip. '
It is very important In this age ot
vast material progressr"that a rem-
exlv be nleasimr to the taste and to
I am Manufactured Agent for H,e ey ily tken acceptable to
. . . ..... " ithPKTninAPiiiind npitnv in lis na-
liATlP(I find all Iclnris nf AViro f 'rt.i. I r
binatlon Wire and Iron Fence?. Or
ders solicited. James I. Metts. t
We are unuer obligations to our
clever "friend, Mr. Oerrit Walker,
for a basket of lar?e ' and delicious
grape, from his vineyard on Middle
The . new flag for tho . Purcell
House has not yet arrived but in
i inc uicpcuv i;vaiai vuiuc) wwu
al flag was procured for temporary tended for business communications
1 I A 1 '
that cannot very well be crowded,
andfor other" purposes demanding
space. Both kinds have in the
ricrht-hand unner corner, instead of
thp rfnrfsnifttion of a stamp, a
ture and effects, i Possessing Bese
qualities. Syrup of Figs is the one
perfect Jaxative and most ; gentle
diuretic known. . i
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The New Postal Cards. '
New postals are soon to be j issued
by the PostofUce Department.! They
will be of two sizes an idea! of the
Postmaster' General the bigger
ones, which have twice. the area of
honor of the Encampment a nation
al flag was procured for tei
use and raised last evening.
To our friends, 'the marketmeu,
we commend the old "song, the re
frain of which is as follows: "We
wnn'f cm HrtitiA till inrrn!n ifa
won't go home till mo'rning; till day- 8ran portrait of (ien. Orant.
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light doth appear."
The only decorations we have
noticed on the line of the Seacoast
Railroad . tin? those . ot Capt.
John u Oldcnbuttles store, corner
Market 'and Tenth streets, where
they are profuse nnd liandsome.
Dr. Carmichael, of.. the Marine
Sneed & Co.,
CX3$0BTO KN0XV1LLK l Ui-
jC.ii4aeonvorMdrk and second I Hospital, and other residents of that
I section of the city complain of tlie
fusillade of pistols Kept up every
nicht now in the wools East of the
UTrstJur.artuic desljrns, lowest
frrrjtoij laTitrd to da and Inspect
1 mc inj 13 U
Y. Rl. C. A. in Cnmp.
Tin. V M. a A. of tin? State have
a large lent on the camp ground.
with seating capacity for eighty
persons, where all the State dailies
and weeklies, New York and Itich;
mnml ilnilipq and SO1U0 of the lUOSt
prominent magazines will be on file
for the accommodation of the mm
tary and visitors duringthe encamp
ment. The tent is under the charge
of Mr. L. A. Coulter, State Secre
Mr. a. M. Busev. Secre-
:& iUz " tary, anu air. j. ju. .(
.y. v cl vnilT?1?Q clty w,l,c,, ia vcrrnnnoying and pre t for tbe Association of this city.
lMUrt YUliLIilVO, vents Meep. . Ta addition to the large amount of
I c . , m iif t Y 1.-I-U I V I CA...,nM ... ..nr. ennnltr vn wltVi I VAnHlnrr llinttpr. there Will alSO b6
n-tnc Peanut Sweepsand Diggers, Scraper plenty of stationery and writing ma
iXmaiUUS, u uttiicn, , , Oonlter Points. Seven different terial for tho convenience or corres
i i .i
IJprs, Tokcco, Cigars,
size wings and two sfze 'j points for pondence, so that the4soldier boys"
Cw.;rrMt d Pork 5ls.,
Must Arrived !
XlLCrTOPTUAT HIESII ITOUN-
tho 'Bov CIinter." the most im
proved plow on the market. N. Ja
cob! Hdw. Co., factory agents, t
Round trip tickets to Boston,
Mass.. on account of the National
Encampment, G. A. RT, "will be plac
led on sale by the Atlantic Coast
Llne.Atfzust 7th and 8th. Price of
tickets from Wihulncton. t270. all
rail; via 8ound Line from New York,
Steam tugTali8man,having in tow
the disabled and leaking ! American
schooner Maggie Lawrence, loaded
with phosphate rock, from Charles
ton for New York, anchored the
schooner off the bar and came up to
fh rltv at 10.50 oclock this fore-
! noon for coal. "
. Another Attempt. , .
An attempt was; made on Sunday
morning last to rob Mr. Willie Ris
ley, of this city. lie was returning
from a visit to the llewett: farm, at
Jumping Run when, a colored man
colored farm hands responded. The
fellow tooK to his heels, j He was
chasetl a thort dbtance but escaped.
i Assaolt at Summer's Kesf. '
A report came in from- Wrights-
iIle Mast night' that an old one-
Ieggetl colored man, said to be a
preacher, was assaulted on Sum
mer's Rest, near Mr. Wm. Larkins'
place, and robbed of 20 ill ' ' money;
It is said that there was a boy with
him who- escaped; and gave the
alarm. The bid fellow belougs on
Middle Sound" and had been" to
Wrightsville to dispose of some pro
duce. Some doubts have been ex
pressed as to the ! facts but we be
lieve that they are correct. The old
man has been carried to his home
and was somewhat better to-day.
The latest report about the affair
is that the old fellow had been fool-
ingaround another man's wife and
was beaten by the irate husband.
Cottagers at Carolina fteacn.
There are 32 cottages now at Caro
lina Beach j and next season the
number"wlll probably approximate
one hundred. These are in , addi
tion to the hotel, which is kept I full
of guests always. .The resident cot
tagers are as follows: Messrs. W, A.
French, D. McEachern, W. H. Y'opp,
A; D. Brown, J, C. Stevenson, jj W.
Collins, J. A.: Springer, W, H. Strnth
ers, O. W. Yates, B. C. fioram, W.
C. Price, C. C. Southerland, Waltjer
Small bones.1 Isaac Bat es I). K W.
Mathis, W. Catlett, W. H. Oerkih,
I. A. Kure, R. W. Smith, N.JIulIen,
F..; Newbury, James Nolan and
J. L. Winner And Mrs EAV-Doscher,
of Wihoingtoit; Messrs. O. A.-Rob.
bius, W. A. Robeson and H. J. Mc
Duflie, orFayetteville, and -jM.i II.
E. ' NowburV; - of " MaguoliaV These
all have their families with them;
aud some are entertaining guests.
There are two colored residents in
cottages, John H. Howe and John
Brown, two Svorthy and weW known
residents of this city; -
Men oa the Solid South;
OERBF.RT, ZEBCLON B.
ristback. Eenry O. Turner.
In r.Jof, wm. j. wilsoo. Ceo.
4 C. W. Y.VTES.
flnaHeach and Soulliporl
We have it now. j A Pump that is
t1wv nrimwl. never renuiring a
tub of water to start It. It I the
bright invention of a North Caro
lina genius and Is pronounced by all
to be the Jbest pump on the market.
See it and you will, have no other.
V TtfiM TTlw. Ho. - . T
Iftnrn crowd at Caro
A. aw aw -
Una Beach to day, i The Grove car
rieddown a large number on her
two trips and many more will go
down fat 5 I o'clock. : The Ho warn
boys certainly ought to feel happy
inn v urrito ns often and as much as
lUia " w -
thev please to their friends ai
home. The tent is also supplied
with chess, chequers and conven
iences for games, and hammocks
are swung on the surrounding trees
in the immediate vicinity, where the
tired and sleepy may indulge in a
delightful rest or a quiet "snooze."
Mr. Coulter will be in constant at
tendance," and Mr. Busey will be
there a good deal of the time.
In this Court yesterday afternoon
Edward Edwards, colored, charged
with assault and battery and high-
way robbery, was found guilty and
sentenced to ten years in the peni
tentiary. Edwards is the man, who
on the 10th of last June, ronoea
and almost killed Mr. L. J. TJills on
the Eederal Point road, about 'five
miles from the city. He has always
been known in police circles as a
mean and desperate fellow. ;
State vs. Henry Shepperu, color
ed, assault with a 'deadly weapon,
guilty. Sentenced-to twelvemonths
iu the State Penitentiary."
sunt vs. .tames B. Barron, color-
oil, larcenv. guilty. Sentenced
live years in the penitentiary.
The followed cases were disposea
otto day: ; i
Tin rvmrt. lui -been encaged all
M M S S w - w ' w
Gallant Gentlemen All. "
The Marion Rifles. 4th ' Regiment,
S.LM., men strong, arrived here
this morning on the W., C. &-A. R.
R. train and at once embarked on
the Passport and steamed down to
Soiithpo'rt, where they will go into
camp for ten davs. They are ac
companied by the Marion Rifle
Band of ten pieces, one of - . the,best
musical organizations in our sister
States. The Rifles are officered as
follows: . 1 '
Captain E. A. Gasque.
First Lieutenant J. S.:Davis.
Second Lieuteuant P. A. Wiilcox.
Orderly Sergeant E. T. Wiilcox.
Both the company and the band
are ' com nosed of voung men.
as fine looking a body of citizen sol-
diery as we have ever seen. apc.
Gasque seems proud of his men
nnd with much reason. They are
picked men. Every man is .a
gentleman, sober, intelligent, obe
dient and courteous. The citizens
rf Snnthnort are to be congratulat
ed on haviug these gallant . gentle
men with them and we advise them
to keep them witj.fhejn as'.long as
rossihl advice thev are -apt to
overthe large number of people day in trying V. J. uarner, wuu ja
they have drawn together to day
We are sorrv to hear that Mr. Ros-
eoeLamb continues very low. lie
LraaiimnThthrAa few days since!
from Washington City, sufifering
I from a severe attack of typhoid fever
and is at Capt, Southerland s resi-
The Charge of the Light Brigade.
Vulgarly speaking, "hell, broke
loose" on the Seacoast train ontthe
nnn Vi(w R. R. last 'night; One
of the gallant Washington Light In
fantry iwas so full1 of "eperits"; that
he wanted every oociy to Know iw
He made known the fact y violent,
vulgar! and IndecenC language, by
pulling the bell cord wnue cue iram
was at a stand-still and the conduo-
tot upper and finally ,by ;knock;
miitli.1 ' Tiiis latbr Svas promptly
resented by a blow in the mouth.
Cant Phillibs interfered at this
point ahd got a blow in the eye. for
his trouble. Some of the drunken
soldier's friends interfered and tried
to quiet him,; but in vain. 'Arrived
at tlie ilammWks, Ad jutanir Gen
eral niWnn anneared on the - scene
and nlncp.r the man under "arrest.
Gen.' G len n "afterwards fotdj Presi
dent Latimer, of the Seacoast IU R.
tofJthat he would Retail a guard Jor
dutv at the Hammocks and on tlio
Beacli to day to'prevent; a;ny i urther
disturbances. ,. ..
The mdn'f fiatue Is Joseph Bow-
ens and on affldavitor ;capt. -fnii
lips, conductor on " the Seacoast R.
R., who was struck Ijy Bo wens, J s
tiiA Rnniinsr to-dav - isuel a war-
V 41 f,tuVE l-tAVts wilmisoton H w.is reiortel as somewhat quiet- Ketchum. F. V. B. Yopp, S.F.Yopp,
charged with ths murder of Edward
Hill, a fireman on the Beacoasi
the Hammocks on June
Allen Brown for the defence." The
following jury was empanelled this the rightful heirs in England.' iieot
forenoon: R. B. Register, W. F. j land, Vale!
The Kncampinent. '
The tfoops are all in camp
teii companies having arrived
evening. Although it was late whn
thepgot there guard mounting was
ordered and sentinels posted,' and
soon all was quiet and still in the
camp, .nothing oeing heart! out the
distant boom of the surf and the
steady tramp of the sentinel, j The
First ahd Third - Regiments now n
camp consist of the following" com
First Regimext Col. John W.
Co. A Cant. J. H." Foxhall, iTair-
Coi-D-Capt. W. T. Ilollowell,
Goldsboro. . , ; ,
Co. F Capt. P. J, Macon,! War
renton. ' . - - -I ' . - j ,
Third Regiment Col. W. T. Gray,
Co. A Capt. Robert B. ' Glenn,
.Co. C Capt. Henry Perrv, Hen
derson. . i i
Co. D Capt. W. A. GhttiM, ! Jr.,
Durham. . i i I
Co. E-aapt. W. A. Bobbittj Ox
Co. F-Capt. E. C. Holt, Burling
Co. G-Capt. W. G. Hbwlett,Reids
Co. I Capt. A. J. Ellington, Reids-
Band of Third Regiment, Charles
W. Price, Drum Major, f :
The serious work of the encamp
ment began tb-day with drills in the
forenoon and afternoon and a strict
enforcement of the regulations.
Dress parade will take place at C:4p
o'clock and it is expected that then?
will vbe a very large attendance
from the city. There is not nearly
as much interest felt here m the en
campment, however, as there was
last year, mainly because of the,
comparatively . small number of
troops iii camp. The entire four
regiments scarcely make more; than
the strength or one run regimeni
ahd it is felt already that it was a
mistake to d ivide the force into t wq
encampments. , ' . ' i
jTBW A D VEKTI8EM BNTS.
' Coike and Sec .Us J
AT XO. 30 XOKTIf SECOXP 5TKEET. BE
- : j.,.-..- ; f-- : ' i
twtieo Market and Princes?, where rou can
sret a schooner ot Pransrht Heer ror nre cents.:
It excels anything: in the city tor quality and
price Export for 10 cents or three bottles for
a quarter. jL'igrars, &c, always on hand.
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Largest and Most Perfect
n, at tne. ammocN u --m" j - - . .x r ,n it . (
. Mr. Solicitor Moore appears ' j rantlovnis fVl? t v? S
the State and Hon. A. M. Wad- j f r0T-a irilrV 5 f
and Messrs. A. J. Marshall and Atnn rtf AcXuxU,
More tlian half a billion oj dollars
In unclaimed estates are awaiting
rZT!.HrWJ ATrs at i a.
?. !. . Tho last irala
m oa TutMjjs urui
:Jlto the Front.
HIE LAST rUHlILSDK
- cSJV?? h4 I5d User Ebjt
tii' -pfr ytar rer uciTr for
- 23 tt
er thin morning, but no better.
rti w Xnlle has receive! a
itl v W - -
letter from Mr. J. Van Liudlay, In
formlnrr him that Mr. 'II. E. Van De
man. Chief of the Poraological De
nartuient of the Bureau of Agricul
tnn will attend the Mt. Holly meet
ing and Fair, on the 30th inst. and
.;ri lwfnrA thpre on crapes anu
grap cilture,illsease5, remetbes, &c
Every tissue -ot the body.
hATIrt ftntl A
and - have- been advertised foivin
' English papers. Thousands of heirs
have never seen , these, advertise
' ments. If your mncestor on vour
father's or mother's side came from
'any of the above-named countries;
iockina Amlm BaU. 'do not fail to write to E. Rosa, bu
j ro.t.a Aannw oQ? fi rand
The Best Baire m the. world for "'Z 'rtTi n if you
Cots, uruisea, oores..uiu-.. . . . Y deceased ances-
W. M. Hankins, Geo. T- AKierman,
F. 8. Clark, A. B. Sandhn, it. ai.
Woodcock,: T. J. Tart,; E. V. Mc
Kenzie, J. W. ThorburnJ
Go West, Young Man;! -
A FAR AS HUNTER'S BEER 8 A LOOK,
2fo-4 North Water street. Wilmington.
y. c. where you can get a schooner of jresh
Draojrht Deer lor nre cents, something that
exceU anything In the city lor quality and
prices. Deliverrd free anywhere In the city.
Fine Export Deer at 10 cents; three for Z-
cents. ; Jygat
SOMETHING NEW !
II AVE JUSTjilECCIVED A BARREL OF
Kcw Strained Honey,
The finest ever brought to this jaartet which
j wflt retail at scents a quart.?- AI30. a -
consignment of fresh i ; ,:;
wmm . . . . . . 1L ll..r llultA. IIAInd A Ci
bnn Pmntinnd and positively cures . - ;r..:tf
umuM'T" ' . , t . rate anu ueceaseu uerwu 'wuwc t rs
Piles, or no.pay: required. It is grtar- ate anu v for ln 125 ?if
r Ants years. Ueud postal note for 3 cents Tm
FOR SALE CHEAP BT
x 1 A -Inn nA.fMt i CUTI
anteeu wbto rv nv" n- ..t. vpara. Send PO
or money reiunucu. a nc - lncnrA mfnmntinn: -If ventre
Ing Hood's 1 .''-r -.ip.inlla. frhoU.ie J t. .um
' tfor yon.- 2o recovery, no fee.
B IPs' Given n, As-
lis so'ttii Front sr xxtrcttt st Sfsrircr. ;.
jj v, it n ::: i' ..;.-: -l:r', y- -::a
is the crrv.
Plata Gondf, with Ktubrolder- '
ies to match. , v i v
embroidered Ooodi In nlLqual
.,: ;: Uit. ;.CyJr .-; ;: 1 : V.-'-'-Neat
and beau'lfal PlaUU and
:' Checks. - "
Piqu, with Pique TrimnilnsB.
The prices cut In halt to cash or punctual
Gents' Purnishihg Goods.
Everythlnsr la this line PKICliST CTT IN
HALF to people who pay cash or pay prompt
17 on presentation of bill. "
BUY THE IK ' . . ..
TABLE. XiHSrE3ST3 ,
of.me. "I have a splonuu stock-, and ;
w. i ' 'i- - . '- " -
Offer Low Pricas this Week,
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OCEAN VIEW, .
Friday, July 23, 1890, at IP, M.
Professor LAYT0N, ,
OF SOUTH CAKOL1NA, AND
Prof. W. A. DEMPSE7,
: OF NEW YORK CITY. r
The Graast FportiiiIvfBt f M Season.
Great "Reduction in Prices
I AND BIO BARGAINS IN .
Ladieo' Clipporo ; -
r'r and- Y . 0. v Y ''
&ENTS" LOW SHOES !
S10NDAY, JULY 218T,
108 North Front Street.
(Opposite The Orton.) - Jy fl tf
Our Stock is Complete, :
jND WE ABE PKEPAKED TO FILL ALL
orders ahd prescriptions entrusted to us. Vis
itors to the Encampment please tar la mlruJ.
We are ueirly opposite the Orton. '
- MCNDS BKOTI1EIU." "
XT ?l tf Prcgyteta. ;
VEHICLES ! - VEHICLES !
1' OFFER FOU. 8ALE A L.KQ Nt'JlBER
. AND A OREiT VAKIETY OP
All In good order and ro4y tor immediate
wt?.i They will be sold very low for cuh or
5dod paper.v,;aY; -YYV: .
Call aiwi get A good barg3la at Y' !
YY-Y-'Y Y- ohiifAAS ztams.s, '
i jyffllt: ; Ctr.Tttrd anl I'rliirrr.". -