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VOL. XIV: WILMINGTON, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890. . NO 212.
- PLKlSS SOTIC&
we- wm be glad to receive commnr,:r.u cz;3
i from oar friend oo inj an! All f ubjoct
general interest, t vv S- . 1 ; ,.:.-
Tna name or tna writer must always be tut
olshed to the Editor. ' ,
contmnnicaqoaa mast bo written on ofiij
one ate ot the paper. : -
Personalities most be avoided.
And it is especuux an paracolailj under-
stood that the Bditor does not always endorse
tne.vtews or correspondents unless so-fctatcd
In the editorial columns.
The streets were full
yesterday and to-day.
The festive oyster will soon make
its appearance in market.
Carolina Beach was gay yesterday,
from one end to the other.
P . . ....1 wnllji -wlicc
The fight Is now fairly ou and
Senators Quay and Hoar have
t rr t. t
locKeu iioniF. xi.e iur .u ...... ' Watermelons are getting
enn tell. The Democrats seem to b ftt Wrl htsville.
absolute master or the . situation.
The New York Herolcf corres'inm-'
dent says that if they supjwrt Mr.
Quay8 re.olution to close debate on
tfa Tariff bill August 30tli uud lay
uMdo the Force bill until next sess
ion it ill probably pass by a small
aiajority. In order to luscomplish
thU result theDemocrats must stand
together a a uuit. Hut will they: The new cornet band will be fully
do this? njds the correspondent. j organized and chrUtened at the
Senator Quay himself. It Is stated, ; Mayor's ofllce to-niht
docs not kuow.or ut least he says he
tf ' . t .1... JJi . i nivi
uoes uor. in; win uavu me u?ii.- . PJ t i..n.
i :i i.. ifo i the prayer meeting at the tirst J3tip
ance of elcht and possibly uino He-i, o in viofk
im.ic and Moikets. The excursiDn to Carolina ueagu
Thuro urprp sprpn rant in iiir i "J"1 , 1 i
"r-- . . I . j.1 .
MnMin tr!n frnm Charlotte wlilcb young males anu geuucuw
u div" w . -- -i .
Irs pvenintr. Five of Magnolia, civen dj
Iiht night was a scorcher but to
wards morning the atmosphere cool
ed off delightfully.
these were filled with colored peo
ple. ' Tfiey brought with them the
Charlotte Light Infantry, colored,
mill t lie Steel Creek band, also col
ored, und there was a
through the street?.
Street Sunday School, will doubtless
be larcelv attended. An elocution
ary entertainment is to be giveni to-
night in th church Dy the pany
n raii from Macnolia for the beneht of the
Bladen Street Sunday fecnooi.
N E W A DV E1CT13EM ENT8,
Great Clearing Oat Sale
--: . . t I 1 tU Ul ICil II Ocilttllirr. Ullli wiuiwu inc.
rr;iitslt; ltlsiue,f. . uulof the solid Democratic miuority Quite a large crowd came up
. -i;:t.i tic taste, anu w. i i.-t. , fci.ht. If .i,M ciiv this tnorniuir on the
ntH , 4egy the Democrats have agreed upon a coast train from Wrightsville a
y B cLn cltaliolj9 plan of actlou they aip keeping it to the Hammocks.
LSrtJ Uk, oWtusJ themselves and taking no outsuiers T,.fUnHdiivm?Rm to-morrow.
I trrt - . I
tir ninirHi to niirht at o ciock.
I The Ladles IfeUglited.
The pleasant effect and the per
feet safety with which -ladies may;
use the liquid fruit laxative, Syrup j
of Figv under all conditions make it I
If. i uleas-
iiieir iiwvuiiic iciuuj. i
177 ..,..i.,V inir to the eye and to the taste, gen-
ti vr fnpfttiai in acinic kju ,
, j . . "
kidueys, liver and bowels.
Griftom lruuk and trl0(tti Sober.
51 i5' cZn tX Firs is iht
. m CM I'
f its Kinu
I -A A. W v
into their confidence. i lllfttlv ,vill he the last, save one,
I 111 m
The truth Is," say the corres- . . t je win keep the ff003 thing
pondent, "they are quite as teriou-; qu itsleK8 imtn October.
r' ton the moil Kepublicao taction, are. They K. R. aulb'It,e" c",eu't f.f "nd
rlivi aoaIii commend i
S cl lire
of birds in there last night.
.....t.i x attrwirtrf th Onftv reso I m ine
Hr.llva Creek next Winter.
lution anu uy us pat.sKe BCu.c - - : L.nf ..IInw
maJc it tho mod Kstponement of the obnoxious, j olll Manufacturer's Agent for r. v Uself g
oi wire, uow
Swallow the Swallowfc.
The tall chimuey on the burnt
mill property, -corner of Nutt and
Walnut street, is a great roost for
swallows. It is an interesting thing
to watch them in the evening, com
ing up in great flocks and circling
around the mouth of the chimney
and then diving within. It is prob
able that there are at least a thous
and nests in there. There must
1.A.VA Keen uiauv times that number
r nrjblr known. Force bill. .But, as I pointed out in nftroed and all kinds of
tfSd Fip or Eae n these despatch last night, how ijjnation Wire and Iron F
InKrJfi bT all leading drug can they agree to rush the remaind-Liers solicited. James I. 1
lit rtlbble droggwt. wm
iresm FIG SYRUP CO.
ut mtcisco. cmu
,j Wllmlnston, N. V-
trJ Men onathp Solid Soulli.
... . uiirHKKT. ZEltl'LON B.
h tta.. r.tjek. llenry v.. lurocr.
Paio. In P. Jofw-. Wru. J. WtUo, Ceo.
f. W. YATES.
i ia!)ie uniL'ti" "Mr 01 ine iar i uui. uusu
j;tb it o kuu. will P wltli many of the most Important
Kptl Ir any uuc ""M schedules In the entire tariu sy-
UT it. 1)0 not accePl 3 tern, through in ten legislative days,
after having consumeu innce mat.
amount of time iqon Ies5 than one-
foHrth of the meaiKire.
It is manifest that in their mad
desire to kill the force bill many oi
their number would; not hesitate to
stultify themselves by such a course.
It is probable, however, that the
cooler heads among them will ask a
modification of the amendment fix
ing the date of voting upon ine
tariff at September 10th. They
would be unabled to proceed with
their consideration of themeasure in
a deliberate and thoroughly consis
tent manner, and save themselves
many embarrassing explanations in
the future besides.
"Mr. Quay, will call up his resolu-
tion to-morrow. It is nis uesire iu
M At !l
ontlnne Its consideration uniu-ii.
shall have been disposed of. If Mr.
Aldrich will consent to lay the tariff
bill aside this will be done provided
the Quay men find themselves
In the majority. It j Is understood
that Mr. Aldrich Is unwilling to do
thi. and in that case debate upon
the resolution will be hunted to the
' a 1 At
two hours or the legislative uy
known as the moniiug hour.
Mr.Quay does not propose speak
ingupon his resolution, nor does
any of his little coterje of Republi
can associates, so far' as I can learn.
r- rtnvcnva that the resolution
pnd-IIailfJ YelllCieS, Lpeaksfor itselfand that no expla
nation of Its provisions ls.necessary.
Mr. Hoar will lead the opposition
to the Quay measure. He is not
looking very happy now a days, and
the general comment among 111s
Senatorial friends is that he antici
pates a defeat, an 1 hasn't sufficient
control of himself 'successfully to
conceal his' feelings, j
'Mr. Spooner, the .bright, clever
junior Sentor from Wisconsin, will
also take a hand In the fray, and so,
too, will Mr. Edmunds, Mr. Cullom
ami others of the sWulug light uot
in sympathy with the Pennsylvania
statesman. Wheu ufl these gentle-
1...... !..,! tlifirKHV a vote will
1 taken, for I am assured by
of tlys foregoing Senators that there
The 'large new and powerful en
gine for the Seacoast Railroad will
t..,tif oni rPAdv for use on the
road by the first of next April.
The Quicksteps of Charlotte and
the Fowler of Wilmington had a
game at the Baseball grounds this
afternoon. They marched out, pre
ceded bv the Klnston baud.
The Steel Creek Band.
The Steel Creek Cornet Band of
10 pieces, who came in with the ex
cursionists from Charlotte yester
day, went down to Ocean View to
day. A large number of . colored
persons from the city accompanied
them. This is a colored band, and a
fine one at that. They paraded the
streets yesterday, in full uniform, at
the head of the Charlotte Light In
fantry, the colored military com-
Dr; Grissom s memory
very poor and therefore
from Grissom drunk .
spber is in order. I
H The Raleigh Chronicle mades a
good point on him and shows that
he is condemned ont of his own
month and bv his own neu. It cites
tho Jordan matter, which occurred
in November, 1888, in which Dr. Gris
Mm voluntarily prepared a state
ment of the affair and' through Dr.
Gordon, of Portland, Me., it was
nublished in the New England press..
Aftr f?irinu his vieWS on tho Sllb-
ject. Dr. Grissom said:
t t4At the head of a great charity of
tlie State, retired from active poli
tic for manv vears. but necessarily
fiirrtvvn in contact with leading citi
7dik of nil rHKSPs and Darties, I
speak absolutely from a 'uou-iartis-an
standpoint, and it is but justice
to say that while there may have
been some individual-acts of injus-
tir hv members of both parties in
the State, there was no concerted
attempt by either party to disfran-
oliidA nnv class of voters: autl it is
; 'AND ' ' W
LOW SHOES !
AT ASP BKLOW COST, . "V
Lv 'at ' .
Geo. R. French & Sons,
108 North Front Street.
(opposite The Orton.) ; V" au? 11 tf
For Carolina Beach and South-port
iYLVAN GKOVE LEAVES " WILMINGTON
at ft:30 a. m. and 2 30 p. m.
Train loavOs Beach at liCO p. m. ana 8 p. m.
On Fridays leaves at J:S0 a. m., 2:ao p.
and 5::0 p. in.
Last train leaves tnc Jieacn ac a n. m. on
Tuesdays and Fridays. .
The iassiokt win leave ror soutnport o::ju
a. m., aud ror Carolina Beach at 5:ao p, m.
Fare Saturdays 25 cents to Beach aud return,
ausr 4 tf
Carolina there was a free ballot and (Voti Rt A NftfiOSSarV
unt. No honorable maul-'"' ..
a fair count
can deny these statements. '
The reputation of a man is made
nn of what neo'nle say of him. In
littt mnnnpr fhe renutation of j a
medicine depends on what they who
have used it say. No remedy fci ex
istence has so good a refutation as
remedy as B'BU (Jiotanic
10 CAKKY YOUlt rjltOVISIONS Oil LUrUU
to Carc.lna ucacn as mere is a
First-Class "Family Grocery
Vhere, supplied with everything the market
affords and sold at city prices.
jILbrFTIUT FKESII I IM lH N-
L TTttlnMaull Klt!. af
UALb V. I'KAICSALLV.
II aJ 1J so. Water Street.
Snoed & Co.,
i.kH TO KNOXVII.LE Ft-RNI
4 ,sit x-x cwriwr Market and Second
yx Uwji.. ariiitic d.-sien9. lowest
t nrjtolTlairuiocall andinapccf
'Hut few have moved up from the panyirom umi city, -7 Z Blood Balm). It is i successrui 1 f !nU5 ,01 UdllllCU VjUUUo
FOK LUNCU AND PIC NIC rAllTIES
an evervthin? else that croes to makcup a
line lunch. " '
Full supply of ICE always on lvand.1
The residents of CAH0LINA BEACH Will
find It to their Interest to deal with me as' I
will keep on hand .everything: In, tho Grocery
and Housekeeping: line.
; HANS A. It UK 15,
Je 7 tf ;PKOPIUETOR.
mm 1 rill. ft-v n a JU
a 1 miici 1 iim iirLiiii
coast to the city. September issucn some -----
,1;; ?.l Jb J the water that and the military will return to Char
.T.i r,Miw rpinain until lotte to-morrow.
ail HUO a..j
October. " Some stay until frost.
3Vith "Regal" Paint on your house
and "Plastico" on your walls, your
ill be beautiful and your
family happy. Sold by the N. Jacobl shortly after we had gone press
Udw. Co , factory agents.
The excursion train on the Caro
lina Central Railroad arrived here
vesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock,
tHICLES ! VEHICLES!
nil MLF. A LAKOF. NUMBER
153 A VAKIETY OF
rl tryr a l rrxly for lmmedUte
! a u i.-ui verr low for c&ih or
w tariin at
OR KILL'S STABLKS,
-l lof.TLSrvi n4 Pr1ncr3
3RIAX & Y0LLER8,
OLLilLK l.KALKHS IM
f" an.1 Dark St
I JILMINUTON, N. C.
The plans for the new nuilding of
the Y. M. C. A. are expected to be
ready in a few weeks and it is
thought that work on the new
buildings will begin October 1st, be
fore which time ground cannot De
A grand Masonic excursion, to be
given by the lodges in this city, and
for the benefit of that noble charity,
the Oxford Orphan Asylum, is on
on the cards for an early date. Lake
Waccamaw is spoken of as the prob
able objective j)oint
A large and a happy crowd of ex
cursionists went down on the Grove
this morning to Carolina Beach, the
occasion being the excursion given
by the Knights of the Golden Eagle.
They have had a line day for enjoy
ment by the .seashore.
New Push and Pull Blind Hinges.
Locks the blind wheu openeckor
closed. Saves labor aud cost of put
ting on inside fastenings, which are
not needed with these hinges. Car
.wr It will imv you to examine.
and use same.
physician's prescription and quickly
cures both mild and terrible cases of
bad blood, . j
Dr. Jj. A. Guild, Atlanta, ia.
writes: "Wm. Sealock. - living on
my place, had an ugly Running ulcer
nn his arm which ordinary remedies!
failed to control. As a last resort 1
placed him on a use of B B B and
the ulcer began to heal at once, and
AflFffit.pd an entire cure. It is a rem-
rlv well worthv of Confidence.1'.
Dr. J. E. Hall, Druggist at Ameri
ens. fTft.. writes: A uianter nt-ui
this nlarie had several of his best la
got them B B B and pronounces
them all well. A gang of A. P. & L.
Railroad hands use B B B with great
benefit to counteract the effects of
swamp maiaria.1' ;
ADVKBTiS EM ENT8 .
N. Jacobi Hdw.Co. t
We have it now. A Pump that is
ulways primed, never requiring &
IK It is the
i.rlbti.,veiitiouiof a North Caro- der, its present standing and the re
Una -enius and is pronounced by all markable progress it has made uur
to be the best pump on the market, ing the past iweive ruuun...
t.n n ipr. After tinsine xniru ivauiv
this train there came five lodges 01
Knights of Pythias, . with many
ladies and children in the party.
. , rtniantUn T ndA tms place nan severa, 01 m
These lodges were Calanthe Lodge effecte(l with SyphiIis
No. 15, of.Bennettsville, S. C; Marj- t fhem g b B and prono
boro Lodge No. 28, of Tatum, S. O.;
Gibson Lodge No. 38, of Gibson, N.
C; Scotland Lodge No. 27, of Laur
inburg, N. C, and Maxton Lodge
No. 35, of Maxton, N. C. Among the
visitors also was Mr. G. M. Whitfield,
Grand Master-at-Arms of the Grand
Lodge of the State. They arrived
too late to go down to the Beach
but at night there was a grand
gathering at Castle Hall, in attend
ance on the special meeting of Clar
T.ode No. 63. of this city.
Dr. J. H. Durham, Chancellor pjjjg HAIR MATTRESSES
Commander of Clarendon Louge,
presided at the meeting, at which
more than two hundred Knights
were present. Stonewall and Ger
inania Lodges were also present. An
eloquent address was made by Mr.
Iredell Meares, in behalf of the throe
lodires here and it was leenngiy auu
fittingly responded to by Mr
Cook. Grand Chancellor
Mr. Thos. D. Meares, ot this city,
n ... 1 sit - .111. was ra11rl
fast uranu vuttucitvi, iirjA ti D rA
forand made a deeply interesting WllDllDgtOll & ;K. 11. lO.
n.i.Uov rn th nrincioles of the or
Wilmington Seacoast R.K.
! A- Very Handsome
l LASS POWDER BOX (LIKE CUT GLASS),
a Puff, and fcox of New Mown nay race row -der
for 50 cents. Just come In and look.
For sale by 1
1 MUNDS BROTHERS,
augSOtf Druggists, ,
Mosquito Net for Sale.
Old Mattresses Renovated.
Maxufac txRer & RfiNOVATER or Mattresses.
n jiinl von will have
I . 1 . it 1 n.
one in. jacooi nuw. v".
rfrniAnIa to the Front.
1 T,,,C EEX THE LAST FLIEdENDE
Vtlif'fJ-iiv Wrtt? Tneee and 11t
rwr.tnc1:,i' "fel io otber Ebjt-.1T-',
oa me at tne Library A-
i'i'lr yew per lamllr f-r
,Dk8trret, between Front
W UlS TlloKoi uflLY KKSOVATED
r"tte r .. .
uimmii wiin an tjr o ins
tu TiUe soppiUHi wltn tlte ton
William Porter, colored, was ar-l
m i. nr disnositiou ou tue PJirt 01 1 a . f,Jw ,nnPlli,r of the foot oi
theopioMtlon to delay reaching a Market street by Officers Kuuold
conclusion one moment longer than Meier, charged with the larceuy
to. neceysarv. The probability is that f lops . 1 ci0thing from a colored
a vote wilfbe taken by the close of. anbv the muue of Reaves, who
j works on a railroad aud lives a short
iimw .liJniii'M frnm the citv. He will iu-.
w . -
Sarsapa , terview the Mayor to-morrow.
After all, the best Jway
tin rtA I merit of Hool s
Be sure to
rilta, is to try it yourself.
get Hood'. I
1KDSX TO KBW AJTrrKMK-T
Fmbso Co Furniture .
HrxM BOTHt Dftisjtsu
W M comwo nir nawrraara w i hp, booked for
. v.-Notiyi men on tue Solid South te DOOKeu iur
I - - . - -
1 a i.iAicn.iii Ktiake.. about a
long, was killed to day at the steam
Kftftt wharf, foot of Market
; He crawled up
"ek cr month at verr
V!4. U. OWENS,'
And It rained again today. -Fifty
first-class hand wanted to
make Pants, by the j day or piece.
AppIv nt 123 Market street.
k'n drv and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats.
. ?t; .1
on ine rauiuj?
for the ticket office
as dispatched before he cotild
Carolina Beach. It
thought he may have escape.
the hat of an. old
a . v .
1 thor vesterdav who
v mf "
t4had 'era bad."
fied degree was couferred upon two
candidates. At the close of the meet
ing refreshments were served and at
a late hour the meeting adjourned.
: P. G. C. Meares in his address gave miBgton tveldon KaUroacr Company will Je
, ti' held at tne office ot the Company. In roe Lity
some statistics in regard to the re- f WUmtnztoB. North Carolina on Tuesday.
rflr An2Tist25th.la. at 12 M..fr the purpose of
inorKHiiiH i i" 1 ranr w w. - . , .
which are of great interest He
statetl that during the past year 55,
000 new members have beeu added
to the roll of all the lodges in the
United 8tates, aud they now ag
gregate 270,000 throughout the Uni
ted States. The" endowment; rank
has the sum of one mil-lion aud a.
half dollars, bcingthe reserve fund
of that rank.
WILMINGTON, N. Cm Atl Sth, Wft.
xVFir.K iF SECRETARY OF WlLMINO-
1 1 ton t Weldon Railroad Company. A spc.
1,1 mwiin? rf thft stockholaers 01 me u-
mam a a m mmm Jm . - " ' .
coislderlns and action upon the question 01
issuing additional Capital Stoclc for ani on
vwnt nf th -onstructlon of branches to the
main road, as provided for In an amendment
tnofhrter of tho company, ritincd Feh
ruary inst. A. I. 1T, and such otiwr matters
OH mar come before the meeting for consid
eration. ! '
By order of the President, !
3 JAS. P." POST. Jr..
aug 5 3(Jt Secretary tv. & W. K. U. Co.
THE HEWLETT HOUSE.
Y FRIENDS AND THE FVVUC GES
&c, at I. Shrier'5, a E. corner Front J ou.
"Orinr Etrecte. t -lon.
For 'North Carolina, local raiqs,
sllphtly warmer in western and sta-
v temperaturp.in er"
1 VJS tf Z in 'hv usin- LKAriivadeextenslre addltloms to iiayprerafces at
VSfSomU Preserves a .lsum WrightsrUUi Beach. and
Prorpnt tendency to Wrinkles or
ii focl, nditinn of the fea-
tures. Prevents withering; of the
8kin,drving up of the flesh. Pre-,
vents dabbiness. Prevent chap
ping, cracking. Keeps skin soft,
smooth.' $UXV Druggists, or pre
paid by expivss on receipt or X l.qu. 1
E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
erally are respectfully cotiaed
m nwnami to acccommodate them
irlihtaebestofeTerjtliUis. : t j - ;
rresh Fish, Sort Crabs, Denied Crabs, c.,
ready on ffce arrival of eTtry train, r
Bar in the rear and separate and distinct
ram the dinning roonv i f
jayOf . -JAS. A, HEWUSIT.
IS EFFJ2CTAUG. lfTU.
Leave Wilmington GA5 and 9:80 a.
m., 2:50, 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Hammocks 7:40 und 100
a. m., i:w, o:uu, o:vu anu iu:u y. iu. ,
Sunday trains leave Wilmington
9:30 a. iu; and 2:50 and 9:00 p. m J'
Leave Ilammocks 10:00 a. in. and 6:00
and 10:30- p. m.
aug 15 tf
J. It. NOLAN,
Builder Hardware, ;
PAIINTS AND SASH:
WALKER'S STEICILT PUBB WHITE Utt,
made bj-he old Dutch process, tbe.Dest Lead
on the'market. They not b2lng in. combina
tion can make special price on same. V
Largest assortment in the State tojaeject
frjm; sold at factory prices. V
Oil Stoves of All Sizes. ;
In them yon will find comfortjandjconoiay.
We ask for jour patronage and sbaIleTer
endeavor to deserve the aarae.
Hespect fully, v
N, Jacobi Hardware Oo.)
aplSitf 12 SO. FftOXT ST. '
ISLAND BEACH HOTEL
J. A. BROWN, Manager.
ilotel, situated at th namnioel's. I am
LEASED TOE ABOVE NAMED
pared to cater successfully Jo the vantof
- The tables will be supplied wit hthe choicest
viands ef tbf season. ' 4 ;
Many place of treat interest1 In the tIcHh
itr.i surf UathiD- liath Houses in still waur.
line boating facilities, unrl railed finblnv. and
above all an unexcelled cnrslnc -
cottages on the Deach connected irlja the
IloteL " '" " f
itol Miller ccletjratl lianl;CiJp2d for
Uu!tea3OT- J. A; ilHOWN.
UUV4 m .