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WILMINGTON, "N." C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1890.
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Ueetbxl end wwlU lien
'it-ir . ; i4iAiiaiit
H?S rtompUy on tie Kidneys,
f t!It. di?pcls colds, head
sterns nnd cures habitual
fgjr of its kind ever pro
6lsnS to the taste and ac
I the itonijch, prompt in
UV&a wl tnilj" beneficial in it3
iired only from the most
tfViiS agreeable substance ill
(ktHr-t qualities .commend i
Q j-j have made it tho most
U bcules by all leading drug'
Cx Aay reliable druggist who
CtKt bre it on hand will pro
i trohiptly for any one who
l&itotryit. Bo not accept any
'UUFBRHIA FIO SYRUP CO.
cotzz.it. ew roft. ft.r.
BOtfKUT 11. UKIjLAM Y,
UTTOi.ES ALE imt'OfllST. .
fcl 3 Wilmington. N. C.
Board at Wrightsvillo
TEW f ARTIES CAN UL ACCOSUI9-
8Mf Kox ', lit j.
Just Arrived I
JUE UT OF THAT FKESH CP-COUX-
nniK,in miijji Kit?, at
II.U.LcV: I'CAKHA LLV,
ti'd 1 1 ami u so. Water si recL
Jar Latch Strics Outside
JUlClooPTIIE. STATE CifAKD AND
ircdii:r intiteu to vwt the Mam.
Gsd. R. French & Sons
fwiviav? Pepsrtnunt Is complete,
urnrnj miiua the past few weeks
EMCases of Bootsand Shoes
1 rOR FALL TRADE
Oar j. n. Cil rneDoac.-) and"
ifl..W rcr orrd In. LOW
Geo. R. French & Sons,
lOSXortb Front Street.
CarcHna Heat h and Soalhnort.
OUOVE LEAVS WILMINGTON
Tv.J ti p. ta. and c p. m.
1 S!1T Vu k'T tor Poatuport
li ?j ir mis to Beacn and return.
SOMETHING- HEW !
J ,tT'UT HEctlVKll A BAKUEL OK
Sftw Slraiucd ll-nov.
SALE CHEAP h
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IXDKZ TO NBW ASTXXTiSZlf kxtv
f x e z o Co Funii lure -rxna
BROTnus Irajisu - " .
WWEH Co-Spcclal mectlns
Jiusu oirrx Tbc'Owens noose
M a 3 ALTirrnt Ice Cream Potior
Clyde 8 S Uxb Cnanje tt Schedule
C w Vaim Noted men on the Solid -South
The W. L. I. weut into camp this
ufterricon with about 40 men.
Fifty lirt-claj liandi wanteil to
make Pantu, by the day or piece.
Apply at 122 Market -street, - t
Mr. W. Swiuton, of Magnolia,
is in tlie cily to-day on a business
trip.- He reports fine crops in his
Dr. J. U. Durham removed to-day
to the beautiful new residence he
hay just completed on Fifth street,
near Nun. -
After all, tlie bet way to know
the real merit of Hood s 8a rsa pa
ri! la, is to try it yourself. Be sure to
get Hood'. .. j
Keep .dry and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats.
&c, at 1. 8hrier'8, 8. E. corner Front
and Princess streets t
I am Manufacturer Agent for
Barbed and all kinds of Wire, Coiu
bination Wire n,nd Iron Feucen. Or
ders solicited. James I. Metta. t
. The annual reunion of. the sur
ylrors of the 18th N. C. Regiment ts
to be held at the Hammocks on Fri
day next, "arid don't you forget itr."
Mr. Jas. H. Chadbourn, Jr., Gen
eral Manager of the Wilmington,
Chadbourn & Conway U. R., has
gone to Baltimore on a brief busi
ness trip. ' -
With 'Regar' Paint on your house
and "Plasticobn your walls, your
houfelwijl be beautiful and your
family happy. Sold by tho N. Jacob!
Udw. Co , factory Agents. t
Mrs. G..M. AltafTer will open on
Thumiay next, at 11C Dock street,
arrice cream parlor, where that deli
cious compouud will be served every
weekday from 4 o'clock in the af
ternoon until 10 o'clock at night.
We are requested to state that the
voune man Jos. James, wno was
wounded In. the. affray at Greens
boro, is riot a son of Capt. F. M.
James, of this city, as stated by us.
He is not related in any way to Capt.
James. ; .
General Manager Whiting, of the
W.. O. ii E. C. R. R.r returned to the
city , last night from New York,
where he has been for the purpose
of seeing about the delivery of the
new locomotive and passenger cars
ordered by his company.
We received a plensant tlsit this
morning from our clever friend, Mr.
J. .T. Player, of Bannerman's Bridge,
Pender county, who called in to re
new his subscription; Mr. Player
tells us that the crop prospects in
his section continue very fine.
New Push and 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, It will pay you to examine
and use same. N. JacoblHdw.Co.' t
Attention Is Invited to the card of
the Owens House, on D6ck street,
between Front and Second, as pub
lished In this issue. Mrs. Owens, the
proprietress, can accommodate 180
guests. The beds are good, the
rooms are ool and the table is well
supplied. " v ' - : - -
We have It now. A Pump that is
always primed, never requiring u
tub of water to start It. . It is the
bright invention of a North Caro
lina gnlns and Is pronounced by all
to be the best pump on the market.
See it and you will have no other.
N. JacobI II dw. Co.
We are glad to be able to "state
that Rev. Dr. Hoge, who was report
ed yesterday at Saratoga as so ill
that Dr. Bellamy leffhere last night
for his bedside, Is reported this af-.
ternoon as somewhat better. He
was worse this morning but a' dis
patch received since dinner contain
ed the gratifying news of a slight
Improvement. ; . 1 '
"KOUGII ON ITCll"!
Ointment cuna Skin Iluuiore, Pim
ples, Flesh Worms, Ring Worm,
Tetter. Salt Rheum, Frosted Feet,
'Chilblains, Itch, Ivy Poison, Bar-
ber J itcn, iicsau neau, j-cieuia. wc.
Drui?ts or mall. , '
iL 0. Wei!?, Jerrer City, N. J.
A special meeting of the stock
j holders of the Wilmington and
j Weldon R. IL will be held at the
ofllce of the company in this city on .casts, from 8 a. m. to-day, for Wil
Tuetday, theSCth inst., for the pur mington and vicinity,- showers and
pofe of considering and acting upon ; stationary temperature. ,
the question of issuing additional! r 'j tirrT'.
n . 'Tha ladles Dellgli ted.,
capital stock for the construction of i . 1 A ,
branches to the main line. I , T',e Peasant effect and the per-
feet safety with- -which ladles may
liy tho Delaware. , q use the liquid fruit laxative, Syrup
Steambliip Delaware, Capt. In-6f Figs,, under all conditions make It
grum. sailed this forenoon for- Ney their favorite remedy. It is pleas
York with the following passimrB:ing to the eye and to the taste gen
Dr. Cnriuichael and wire; Mr. H. ' tie, yet effectual in acting on the
Bacon and wife; Messrs. II. H. Mun-- kidney, liver and bowels.
son, J. M. Bear, Victor Bear, Edgar i
Bear, B. F. Mitchell, Jr., Mrs.. Hata
hagan and child and Dr.J.D. Hanby.'
A "New Flag
The new national flair ordered out;
for the- Purcell House has arrived
and floats from the flag pole to-day.
It is 20 feet long. The State flag has
not yet been received. The Purcell,
we understand, is doing a big busi
ness now. There are more guests
In the house at present than it has
held at any time since it was opened.
The Kncampinent. . -
The first troop train arrived here
last evening and others have come
in during the" day. They have all
gone directly to Ca.up Latimer. The
last to arrive will be on the C. F. &
Y. V. R. R. at 5:20 and the C. C. R. Rl
at 7.20 this evening, fhe Wilming
ton Lierht Infantry went down at 3
o'clock. They will all be in camp at
tattoo to-night. The same rules and
regulations promulgated two weeks
ngo for the first ensampment will be
in force for this. Adjutant General
Glenn is already on the ground, hav
ing passed through the city last
night. It will be impossible to ap
proximate the number in camp un
til the various commands are all
' County Commissioners.
The Board met in regular session
yesterday afternoon. Present, the
chairman, Mr. H. A. Bagg, and Com
missioners Moore, Montgomery and
The Treasurer subxiitted his'regu
lar monthly report, as follows: Gen
eral fund, showing balance on hand
$10,3SG.93; educational fund, balance
on hand, $9,777.85. The certificate
of Mr. H. M. Bowden, Cashier of.the
First National Bank, was submitted,
testifying that these amounts were
on deposit there.
The Register of Deeds submitted
his monthly report for July, exhib
iting Treasurer's receipt for $19, from
marriage license fees.
William Hansley was appointed a
special surveyor to survey the lands
of B. A. Carter, on Masonboro.
John M. Bremer, corner Front and
Ann streets; J. L. Bowers & Co., on
Fourth street, between Brunswick
and Bladen (malt only);, and J. O.
Nixon, 80 Nixon street, were granted
retail liquor license.
It was ordered by the Board that
an entire new registration be made
for the election to be held on the
first Tuesday in November next.
The Board then took a recess un
til next Monday afternoon.
The August Magazine of American
History is filled with a pleasing va
riety of able and popular papers.
The openiug illustrated paper - this
month, "Historic Houses and Revo
lutionary Letters," is in felicitous
style. It coutains extracts, from
hitherto unpublished letters and
documents relating to stormy scenes
in the most exciting period of our
country's anuals The second arti
cle, "Glimpses of Leg-cabin.Xife in
Early Ohio," is wonderfully realistic
and delightfully picturesque. Ilbl
lowng this Is "The Blue and Beau
tiful Narragansett;" theu "The1rue
Story ofJAn Appointment," and a
very readable significant story It is;
the Editor contributes a concise
aud most welcome epitome of the
career or niajor-fjeuerai . EiOeneier viiuiupiou yomprew . , noicuvu.
Stevens, the subject of the frontis- must be removed byi the first of
piece, and Dr. Prosper Bender dis- September,- and he asked that the
cusses The French Canadian Pea- city build an addition to the comi
gantry." Among the shorter contri-! pany's truck house for its actsomibo-'1
buiions are two beautiful poemaj dation. , : . . '
Our Beloved Flag," and The ! The Mayor 'stated that the Chief of
Edict of Nantes." The "Prospectus - the Fire Department had ,recom
of the First American Edition of ' mended an appropriation to build a
Shakespeare," a eurious- antique shed for the truck. :,-,.. .. ..i
treasure, appears in . minor topics, On motion of Alderman Pearsall
n,itciirtv- Wnnnnrlflln tb World's f the Fire Committee and the Chief
a m m m
Pro-res," furnishes a list worthy of
car-rm preservation. ine wicnu
d -irartment3 are richly diversified.
713 Broadway, Ne York City.
" For North Carolina, showers and
stationary temperature. , Local (pre-
The Legion of Honor.
The G rami Council of North Caro
lina of the American Legion of
Honor met this morning,at lOo'clock,
in Castle Hall, on Front street, the
use of which was kindly granted
them. by the Knights of Pythias. 5 '
Dr. Jots. H. Baker, of Tarboro,
Grand. Commander, 'presided, and
Mr. J. I. Macksl of this city Grand
Secretary, was present at thedeskrr
Twenty-fife representatives from
the various lodges in the State an
swered to their names.
The morning session was consum
ed principally in reading the re
ports of the grand officers, which
were appropriately referred.
An invitation from Clarendon
Council No.j C7, bf this city, to par
ticipate in an excursion to Carolina
Beach to-morrow, aiternpon was
' read and accented, with the thanks
of the Council. V
The Grand Council then adjourn
ed to meet again 'this afternoon.
Board of Aldermen.
The Board of Aldermen met yes
terday afternoon in regular session.
Aldermen Morton and Post, who are
both absent from the city, were1 the
only members not present. .
Alderman1 Peari all trom ! theperj
m an en t -Street improvenlentWooui-
mittee reported correspondence. with
Congressmen. Rowland and McClam
my5 in reference to- the appropria
tion by the general "government for
a macadamized road to tbe National
Cemetery, and in the opinion of the
committee the prospect of obtained
the appropriation is too' indefinite
to justify delay in the proposed im
piovementsof Market street.. The
report was" received and ordered fll
MapVFow let Stated thats after
long searcli slon e suitable for"niak
ing a" macadamized ; roadway had
been found convenl ent to thesit jr. J
The reports of Dr. Potterj Super
intendent of Health, and Martin
Newman, Esq., Chief of the' Fife
Department, were read andordered
filed. . -T -
Mayo Fowler atated that several j
of the. occup ants of '.Front Street
Market House ,were present and de
sired to be heard. ;.. , i ;t r
Mr. T. Ai Watson, representing
the butchers in tbatmarket,address
ed the'Bbard. He .said he was re :
luctant? to make .complaints, but af
fairs Were ini such ja'bad cbnditipn
that it was ijnpeVaiive4thatrthey
should; be remedied ;the; market
committee had promised" to attend
to the matter, but nothing had been
done. The building was toarbad
state of repair; the windQw" frames
were rotten and dangerous,4 one-,
fifth of them had already fallen out,
and the place was badly kept it
had not been cleaned out-this year.
He co'mplained also of cats and
other nuisances that were' unbear
able, of a lacks of ystem in the matter
of opening and closing the market;
and of the manner in which the
stalls were rented- '. V '
On motion of Alderman Craft 'the
matter was referred to the JMarket
Committee with instructions to rem
edy the grievances complained ot.
Mr. J. D. Keiley, of he i Wilming
ton Hook and Ladder Company, ap
peared before the Board and stated
that the com'pauyhad been noti fled
by Mr: Jas. Sprunt tli'at the hook:
anil ladder ! truck stored in', the
I M M . . mmm a 9 Cn
I of the. Fire ; Department ; were
structed to sell the. truck, if
chaser could be found.
The ITsyorcalled attention to the
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER. IN.; ONE DAY.
NEW M ATrt3S3K3 MAD I? TO OUDEU.
1 7 . P H I N C
sanitary ordinance, in
disturbing' the 'ground
during i the
summer, and : asked 'if exceptions
thereto should not apply to the
Water Works Company as 'well as
the Gas Company. ,
On motion of Alderman Craft the
same privileges were granted to the
Water Works Co. ; v
Alderman Cratt asked if there was
an ordinance to compel the Street
Railway Co. to keep their roadway
in good condition". Afte? discussion
the matter was re f e rred to t he city
Mayor Fowler read his report for
the fiscal year, ending Apnl lst last;
as called for by resolution of Alder
man lost at a previous meeiuig.
The report showed the advance
ment arid material prosperity of the
c'itv. the crood 'condition of all its
departments, . arid its finances, it
healthfulnegs 'us shown by the death
rate, and the growth or tne city as
exemplified bv the many buildings
erected and'improvements made.
On motion of Alderman Craft the
report was ordered printed in
pamphlet form for gratuitous dis
tribution. ' . i
Alderman Hicks complained of a
nuisance, the unsanity condition of
premises ' on i Fif t h and Red . Cross
streets and in the neighborhood. of
Frpht Street' Market.
A long discussion enEiied on sani
tary matters.! I Alderman Pearsall
argued that the ordinance prohibit
ing the placing or throwing in the
streets of garbage, slops, refuse, etc.,
was hot enforced, and Alderman
Craft suggested that the ordinance
be printed and circulated, among the
people,. and specific instructions be
given to the police and health of
ficers to see that the ordinance was
Alderman Smith called attention
to the reduction made in the salary
of the city clerk and treasurer by
the Board of Audit andFinance,and
offered aiiiotion that the Board of
Audit and Finance be requested to
fix the salary at: the same: amount.
($1,800) .that vwas paid yhen the
present Board came in. .Alderman
Craft seconded the motion, but at
the suggestion o( Alderman Iarsali
the motion was changed by Alder
man Smitji to a resolution, that the
Board of Audit and; Finance be re
quested io reconsider their action in I
reducing tho salary of the city clerk
anil treasurer, and increase it to tlie
amount it was xrgiually, when the
present Board ' came : into ofllce.
Adopted. 5 ' H ' - fv, :
v The necessity of having the laws
and ordinances of the city codified
was discussed by Alderman Pearsall
and others, after which the matter
of paving Third street near Chestnut
was debated at length, on the ques
tion whether St was under! the con
trol of the Streets and f Wharves
Committee or the Permanent Im
provement Committee.'. .Finally, a
motion by Alderman Craft that "the
Permanent Improvement Commit
tee have charge oT the' work; was
adoptedrand the Board soon after
adjourned. f J;-- f
; Andlt and ri nance. '
The1 Board of Audit and Finance
inet yesterday af ternoon in regular
sessronrwith allthe members present
with the:exception of Mr. Maunder.
"The Board concurred in the action
of the Board of Aldermen" in ap
proiriating $100 for taking a cen
sus of the city, recommending, how
ever, that the work shall not com
mence until November.- " .
In the matter of; "an appropriation
by the Board of Alpermen of $0,500
for the. purchase Qf the Gamewell
Fire Alarm, on motion, it was re
quested that the Board of Aldermen
send all the bids received - for this
service to the Board of Audit and
Finance. I ""-''
A letter from the representatives
of the Gaynor Fire 'Alarm Co., to
the Cliairman of the Board, was
.k.i cft.-nr, bf ii. i!f inf tbflt
co'mpany to furnish their system at
a price not over $5,800 aa a maxim um
as against the Gamewell at $G,C00
will hold good until the matter la
finally settled.- :; '
The Clerk of Uie Hoiird was in-
KS STI1 E KT.
strucfed to send a communication
to tlu Board of Aldermen, giving a
statement of the amount expended
for doetbring sick horses of the, Firo
Department for twelve months, and
suggesting the expediency of devis
ing some means of reducing the cost
of that service to the city. . V
Coupons to the number of 147 and
amounting to 2,305, which had been
redeemed and cancelled, were burn-,
e J in the presence of the Board. ,,.
Bids were'.auditcd and approved
as follows: Current expenses, G,013.-
7; couponsfsoo.-; -
; Kacklen's Arnica .S.alyv.
Cuts, Bruises,, sores, -Uicers, eaip
riheuiu,! Fever Sores; Tetter, Chap
p?d Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all -Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles,' or no pay required, ltisguar
anteedto give, perfect satisfaction,
ormoney refumied.. 1 Prico 23 cents
per box. r ": . . -: ' ..
irorsaio uy ivooerr. x. jciiuiuy,
wholftWle and tatail dtMggiat- , ? z,-;,
N E W A D VKKTiS EM. KNT .
Ladirs' Ice Cream Parlor
rvN A Til) AFTElt TllUKoDAY: AUGUST
;tli. I will open a LADIES' ICE CKliAMPAlt
LOU at No. 110 Deck. street' between Front
and Second streets. Cream served from 4 to
IOo'cIock p. m. . . - "
aus 5 Ivr y Jlns. O. M, ALTAFFEIt.
Till; UWiJNJS MUUJSii,
On Dock Street, between Front
HAS I3ESN TnOHOUGHLY IlENOVATEU
and the Room3 furnished with an eye to tho
comfort ot the public. The.Jisomsarc nice
and ccol and the Tafclo supplied with tho best
tie market affords. r : - ' '
. Board by the day, week .or month at very
, i.- ,
u no. aj vs if isAitj
. . - Proprietress.
Wilmino'fnn & WJnn R R ' "
II lUUIUglVU w 7 VUUll At Ul VV
Wilmington, 2?. C, Aug. rth, 1800. .
rFFIUE OF SECKETAKY of wilming-
V ton & Weldon liallroad company.. A spec-
mlngton & Weldon. Kallroad Company will ba
held at the ofiice ot tho company, in the Cltj
of Wilmington. North Carolina, on Tuesday,
August 2th, 180J,. at 12 M., for tho purpose of
considering and acting upon the question of
issuing additional Capital Ptock for and on
aceount of the constriction of branches to tho
main road: as provUed for in an amendment .
to the Charter of the company, rati fled Feb
ruary 21st. A. D. 1807, and such other matters
as may come bclofe the meeting for consid
j Dy order of the rrenident. 1
I. . JAS. F. IOST, Ja.. J
aug 5 20t " Secretary W. & W. 1U It. Ca ;
FKOM riEIt 29. EAST KIVEK NEW YOKK
Locat3 between Chambers and Kooscvelt sts
; l'X,-:i' 1 At 3 o'clock P.M. ' .'.f ;
If A N ITA i . 4
GULF ST BEAM.
............aturday, Aug ft
...-.Wednesday, Aug 13
Saturday, Aug Jfi
IltNE FACTOR . . ............. Friday, A tg
DELAWAHE.. ..Thursday, Aug 14
JUEKFACTO..........Y... .Tuesday, Aug tt
wrThrousrh Bills Lading and Lowest Thro'
Hates guaranteed to and from points in North
and south Carolina.
For Freight or passare apply to
i 11 G. SMALLBONLS, Suwrlntendent.
TBDO. t. EOEK. TnUCc Manager.
-' - , . .-. - . -.- - New York
Wm; P. CLYDE CO.. Oenl Acents.
aug 5 tf , ft Bowling Green. 2-iew York.
Snoed L Go.,
lUCCESbOKS TO kNOSVILLE FL'RNI-
tore Co.,ouiheast corner Market and Second
st rcct s. Lare stock, artistic designs, iowcs.t
Emjbody Inrited to call 'and Inspect
nac my 13 tf
i n n n les. old TYrsi metal, clza:;
anl la jool cr.u iit:ca,
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