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WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1890.
- PLSASZ KOTICi - " r
we trci te glad to rcceiva cw3tir,--c 3
from, ur mexua on tsj ftsA ta.tz.l.-:z
general interest, out v - ; . ; ' -.
The name or the writer must'tTrajB to. fur , ,
olsaea to tne 2itor. ' . ,-
Oommanicaaoas must be wiltte'a ca caij
one aide or tne paper.; ' J- vV - -: -
Fersotuumes must toe avotdedL . . .
And it la especially ani particularly cr.r?r-
stood tn at tne Editor does not ;alwaya cnacrsa -the.Ttews
or correspondents giy bo ttatca
In tne editorial columns. . r '.
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Tli Ladle Delighted.
divided into IOC Miss Cora Gibson, who has been! K
Of these thirty-seven re-" North for several months past, is in ! The pleasant effect ana tne per-
iect.saiety witn wmcn laaies ruy
use the liquid fruit laxative, Syrup
of Figs, under all conditions make it
their favorite remedy. It is pleas
ing to the eye and fo the7 taste, gen
tle, jyet effectual in acting on the
kidney, liver and bowels. r
norttMuntv iail and forty four re , the city now. ' 1
port "no paupers n the county." . ; Tn liu,e , hftve fine f un 8ail!.
Attention i cilleJ by the Kansas ing their chip boats in the big pond
t a a. rut. f J
City Time to: the fact that not a oi water ooixun streer, near uru.
IVmocratic Convention held in the. Some few rice birds have been
Wet thU'year bas failed to fay geen on the plantations near the
giKxl things about" Kx-Presfdent city but there has been none iu mar
Cleveland, 1 1 I ket yet.
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y .Sadden Ueatlv . .
Mr. A. O. McGirt, the auctioneer,
a well-known resident of this city,
died suddenly at his residence here,
Nn 110 South Sixth street, at 5.2.
line is drawn in Nova -
Scotia restaurants. A colored cler
That tired feeling now so oiten . i n d accom,
rheard of, is entirely overcame by C. Merrttt, a charming ana accom
niihpil vonncr ladv. were marnea in
J. W. Cate and Miss Annie
gyman of Halifax has sud the pro
prletor.of the railroad restaurant at
Amherst, N. 8., for refusing to allow
him to sit down at the same table
with white folk?.
I Hood's Sarsaparilla, which gives plished young lady, were marne
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Tiie boly of the Queen of Corea,
who died June 4, Is still kept in
the process of embalmiug be
I.TlJLntlv on the Ivldnejs, , unknown to the neonle of that
f-lVlb, cleanses the sy far.ofr ami. The body 'will be kept
(IrT-rillT. terxu colds, nea four or flve nths, according to the-
f'ers and cures naDiiu cust)
1 a a
W c n f Fira is th4
frir of its kind ever jro
6 SHrg'to the taste and ac
Citlke rtomach. prompt u
o m of the' country, and then
Interred with much pomp and cere
The largest chime In the country
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A trulr beueccial in iu wiu oe piaceu in ine uuri.ii wrr wt
Kfl?Jej onW from the mosl St. Patrick's Cathedral In New York
ri-J agreeable substances, iu city, j ne aggregate weigm ui ma
L tw nualities commena is Qfieen bells, gauged to niteentonep,
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t-J lave made
it the xnosi
will be 30,000 pounds, and they will
merrily swing 180 feet from the
street on eery Sunday morning.
A Savannah correspondent writes
to the Atlant Constitution: "Mayor
RyaFs gross receipt
s from his 125-
cf tip fr sale 5na
fiAft! Kv all leading dniff
Cx Ast reliaWe druggist h
(tsct lire it on hand will pro
r ,r,fW fnr anv one Mat
'4 w I i . k M V J m
tts trriL Bo not accept anj acre truck farm have averaged over
,v- I Slo.lAV a year lor ifio immkmiuc j
and he nets well, in 1880 he was
$2,000 or $3,o00 In debt, while now
he is worth more than $00,000, every
i dollar of it made oh the farm."
mw no syrup co.
W mnasco. cml
BOUEUT H IIBLLAMY.
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U".iif." it.- P1M Cviiili
Gtril .lien 03 illC oomi ouuwi.
Guiana is reported to be rapidly
increasing Its output of gold. The
statement of shipments -shows that,
whereas-, prior to 1886, less than one
thousand ounces were shipped an
nually, the shipments have been in
creased from 6,518 ounces in the
UrwA ir r. Jones, wm. J. wiison, Geo. I vear named to 29,327 ounces in 1880,
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ami for six months of the present
year the yield has been 25,000 ounces
ZXU JL IICRBKKT. 7.E1U LCN B.
Lon; anl others.
Silt LOT OK THAT FRESH IT-COUN-
M:rrtX,la&mall KU.i. at
HALL & I EA ItS A LL8,
t a 1 1 and 13 Sa water Street.
4,Iess than half the amount of
woollen machinery running lo Berk
shire county fifteen years ago is now
In oneratlon." says the Springlieia
Rpnnhlican. "and three-tourins oi
. . .. . .
the woollen manuracturers nave
led In twenty years-thls is the way
Sneod & Co..
!i4HS TO KXOXVILLE FURNI
hfiwiexst corner Market aad Second
"i luyt hock, artistic designs, lowest
rn trfboJj idnted to call and inspect
the wool tariff has
according to our
nondent. At this
worked up there.
rate the McKin
mental and bodily strength.
Keep dry and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats,
&c.at I. ShrierV..S. K. corner Front I
and Princess streets.
Friday is generally the foulest
day of the week. Why this is so we
cannot say. Then why should we
lake it so often as a -holiday.
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
The Seacoast trains, were taxed
yesterday to carry the crowds of
passengers bound for salt water. A
great many have gone down to-diy,
The Charlotte military leave
his evening on their return home.
They are attached to the Btate
Guard and will shortly go into camp
at Mt. Holly.
We hear aiany commendations of
the excellent deportment of the col
ored military company here from
Charlotte, as well as of the excur
sionists In general.
Mr. Jno. A. Corbett, of Maffltt &
Corbett, in this city, but now resi
dent at Wilson, was here yesterday
and with a face reathed nil over
with smiles because
With "Regal" Paint on your house
and ,4Plastico" on your walls, your
house will be beautiful and your
family happy. Sold by the N. Jacobi
Hdw. Co., factory agents. fV
Beginning with to-morrow, and
continuing until the 28th mst., we
are to have "changeable weather,
according to Turner's almanac. The
three last days of the month are to
be fair. i
-Not quite as many Odd Fellows as
were expected went up to Clinton
rid nftprnoon but still it was a fine
thislcity yesterday afternoon, at the
residence of Mr. P. Christ, by Rev.
R. C. Beaman. Immediately after
the j ceremony the happy couple
left On a visit of a few weeks to
friends in Pender county. Our best
wishes attend them.
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ley bill would give the muusiry u
finishing stroke by, the year 1900.
i ! ftn hundred vears since cot-
A V 7 - - - if
ton spinning was put into success
fnl oueration In America by young
Samuel Slater, and as Pawtucket,
XL I.,It was the theatre of his success
ful experiments.' It is proposed to
celebrate this cotton centeuary there
VEHICLES ! VEHICLES I
m rvU MLE A LAhGF. NUMBER
153 A CHEAT VAU1ETT OK
wond-IIand "Vehicles, Uu the last da of
. . . and the fltsc day
j P1 or ar ji ready for lmincdlato
? TVj win he i i terj- low for cash or
ri sTd bargain at
5 Cor TMrt nd mncesa Sta.
Feat of a Boninambalist.
Mr. W. H. Gerken, while in asom
narabulistic fit last night, walked
out qf his room on the third floor of
the Owens House, on Dock street
He fell to a shed below, a distance
of 15 feet and first became conscious
nf the fact from the shock, which of
course awoke him. He is not seri
ously injured but has $ome painful
bruises, from which he will recover
in a few days.
o'clock this morning.
but a few hours. He first complain
ed yesterday and was on the streets
during the afternoon, i He took to
bed last evening and died as we have
stated, this morning, of some heart
rouble, aggravated ; by congestion
i - . i . .i
of the liver. The funeral services
will tak nlftne this afternoon ! and
the interment will be in Oakdale.
Mr. McGirt was a native' of.. Robe
son county but he has been a resi
dent of this city for many years. He
was 48 years of age, and he leaves a
uifo nnd fnhr children. He was a
member of Orioli Lodge JTb. G7, I. O.
n P RtrTiAvll.TiodLe No 1. K. of
P.. and Wilmington Lodge No. j 319,
A. F. and A. M. He was a veteran
of Co. D, 46th N. C. Regiment ana
a gallant Confederate soldier.
From Dr. Hope's Bedside.
Sdmel'alarming reports were re
ceived here yesterday afternoon;
from Saratoga and relative to Dr.
Hope's condition, but we are glad to
know that the serious fears enter
tninPfl nre vesterdav as to his con-
dition have been largely dissipated
to day. Mr. W. H. Sprunt received
a telegram today from his brother,
Mr. yames Sprunt, now at Saratoga
which reads as follows:
"Had good night and decidedly
better. Norse has Jarrived. Altare
feeling bright and thankful. This
is the anniversary of Mrs. Hoge s
ie Southern Union of the East
'AeenAiation will meet with the
Masonboro Church, this county, Fri
before the fifth Sunday in Aug
the introductory sermon
First query How far are the pas
tors'resoonslble for the illiberally
of tti hurch? Rev. R. E. Peele
and Mr. John T. Bland.
.Second queryDo our people prop
,nnnt Thvtook the 4 o'clock Urlv itDPreciate family religion? Rev,
.ai, t?i" froin iind will return on p. T. Wooten- and Mr. John r
the same to morrow forenoon.
6tL.tLE 1)ILLCKS lit
crs. Tobacco, Cigars,
rnm md nock Sl ,
hLMlNGTONf N. O.
lmiiDiu to the Front.
irtl0C SEEX THE LAST FLIEOEKDE
iSaMrne Welt ? These aad
JSn.trVxli,'a,s ISO other Eng
viSl1 oa ni at the Library As-'rr'1-
Market street, oyer
r ? 1 -',lr yew rr lamiir w
s of October by
speeches, processions, popular sports
and an industrial exposition. .
One of the men jvho wastes time
in unprofitable figuring makes the
following estimate of the effect of
the present railroad strike in New
York: The aggregate capltalitatiou
of 173 active etockg, at the very mod
erate estimate of $00,000,000 each, is
$5,250,000,000; t,,e I average decline
fallowing the strike has been 3 per
cent; uet apparent joss, $157,500,000.
Vice President Webb estimates mo
company's loss by the strike at $350,-
Gen. Bragg ra qnite hopeful that
he will be nomtuated for Congress
by the Democrats of the 2d Wiscon
sin district. The General is report
ed to be in a phenomenally "sun
burned condition,") suggestive that
hohai been travelling about the
district somewhat, renewing his ac-
nuaintanee with his friends among
the people. In the tieneraia
t u.Mnn' hv the Deiuo-
' . i ..u.iiim fnreronner of
rnti l n i iai a w ro - -
election by the people.
nnnnti nv niRT 80 A P takes
the cake. 1 Tt
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 witli these hinges. Car
penters, it will pay you to examine
and use same. IN. Jacooi miw.o. t
We have it now. A Pump that is
ulways primed, never requiring a
ub of water, to start It. It is tne
bright invention "of a North Oaro-
iua genius and is pronounceu uy an
o be the best pump on the marKet.
- a a
See it and you will have no otner.
N. Jacobi Hdw. Co. t
" rarailkf d wlih aa eto" to the
tu tMiUlc. The Hooma are alee
f4411 TiUe supplied with the bra
xas. a. r,
laoax to Na ATansaTa
Sxaso t. co Furniture
Utrsna BaoTHaa PrugSt"
ir u rrarwa Hair Mattresses
C w yates Noted men on tne Solid Koutn
handa wanted to
ruiy 11 . . -
make Pants, oy to X r .
Apply fit 122 Market street.
nonuiuterj Up to to-day, cua notwitustanu- pta;jroJl andf nf
t OWEN'S. Ir- th9 ATetr.crs here, thero hashcen l)eu nt to countei
' f .ipjTTv-'if'i'rec!;, sTrr.c:n rr." .it!"'..'
F. T. .Wooten
Third query Are our churches do-
ino- their duty towards the young
unni t n Rarlow and Mr. D. J.
i ... . . j. a. a. i ir
Delegates will oe met ai vuo
sonboro crossing on tne oeaoua.su
Railroad and conveyed to the church.
new ad VBitTisEaicirra.
CATE MEURITT. At the residence or n r.
P. Christ, at 3 p. m. yesterday jtrteTnooo, oy
Rev. R. C. Beanian Mr. J. W. CATE to Miss
ANNIE C. MEKK1TT, doth oi ims ciiy.
A Tory Handsome
LASS POWDER BOX (LIKE CUT GLASS),
irmen s supplies,
PAINTS AND SASH:
WALKED ST1IGTL4UR8 1?HIIB LEU),
madobj-he old Dutch proceas, the.bcst Lead
on the market. Ther not being in comblna ',"
tlon can make special price on same. ; . ; . u
COOKING STOVES. .
Largest assortment In the State to so ice .
from; sold at factory prices. - . ..- '
Oil Stoves of All Sizes.
In them you will find comfort and economy ':
WcasJcfor your patronage and shall tr cr.
endeavor to deserve the same. '
Respectfully, , . .
N. Jacobi Hardware Oo.j
apl22U 12 SO. FRONT ST.
Great Clearing Out Salo
aFuff. and box of .New Mown nay race row-
der for 50 cents. Just come in and look.
For sale by I
aug 20 tf 1 Druggists.
LOW SHOES !
FINE HAIR MATTRESSES
Blosquito New for Sale.'
Old Mattresses Renovated.
Wilmington & Wedon R. I?. Co.
f AT AND. BELOW POST, !
Commencing Montkj, Augost Jlth,
Geo. R. French & Sons,
108 North Front Street. '
(Oppo3lte The Ortoa) j : auf U tf
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For Carolina Beach and Southport ;
JYL VAN GROVE LEAVES
W1LMINGT0K, N. C, Aug. 5th, 1890.
OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF WILMING-
lal meeting cf the Stockholders or ine Wil
mington Weidon Railroad Company will te
held at the office of the company, in the City
of Wilmington; North Carolina, on Tuesday,
August 26th, 1890, at 12 M., for the purpose of
coDstderlng and acting upon the question of
issuing additional capuai mock ior auu uu
aocount of the construction of branches to the
main road, as provided for In an amendment
to the Charter of the company, ratified Feb
ruary 21st, A. D. 1867, and such other matters
as may come before the meeting for .consid
eration. tJ . .
rt nT-rtpr nf Mir Prealaent. t
' f . JAS. F. POST, BV-i
aug 5 20t secret aryW. & W. R. R. Co.
at 9:30 a. m. and 2 ao p. m.
Tram leaves jteacn at i2.su p. m. and o p. m,
on Fridays leaves at 9J0 a. in.. m
and 5:30 d. m. .
Last train leaves the Beach at 9 p. m. on :
Tuesdays and Fridays. . .
The iasfo rt vriu leave for south port v-.M
a. ra., and for Carolina Beach at 5.30 p. m.
rare Saturdays 23 cents to ueacn ano return.
aUg 4 tf :. ... x '
Not at All Necessary '
HO CARRY YOUR PROVISIONS OK LUNO f
to Carolina Beach as there Is a
Klocutionary and Kxcursloawl.
A deliKlitful elocutionary enter-
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tainment was Riven last iiigut ui
Blalen Street M. E. Churcli, by a
)arty of youn ladies and gentlemen
rora Magnoya, the proceeus oi
which were for the uenetlt or me
Sundav School of that church. There pemjer 12,475...
n Hum ittromlunce and. all were Robeson
To-day there was au excurbiou to
Carolina Beach. . com pi iiuentary to
the party and a large number avail-,
ed themselves of the opportunity.
The Centos Returns.
The official count for this district
has been made ap by the Census
Bureau and was sent out last night
hi the press dispatches. There are
13c(Juiities in the district and the
population of each is given as fol
lows. Cojiutles. PoPrlf90- crease.
BlaS-n..... 16,729.............. 571
Cumberland.. 27,294 .....3,458
Duplin .J5.g" -91 X
Moore - f.
Rn m nson 25.07J - "
The present population and in
crease of the following Korth Caro
lina cities is also given:
Wilmington. 20.008. Increase, 2,-
m a ' .
C58: or 15.38 per cent.
PAVPtteville. 4.322. Increase. 735;
or 21.09 percent.
There are several apparent absur
In the first place the
The reputation of a man is made
up OI Wimi peopic . -
I. Ira. manner IhB reDUiailOU Ol
medicine depends on L atthev ho , m
have usea it say. xo reuA L i r iiannvpr countv
. i a vannrminn u nnnuumuu ui xi n
istence uiwbu " kt 'ir 71 1 11 7. - , at
. i a ,1 as u i-c i i nnmiiic i .ciH a r w ii iti in itt mi in uiaiu
Blood Balm). It is a successful 919J while the increase !b3 551.
physician's prescription ana quicKiy - increase of 2.C58 in th
cures both mild and terrible cases of against an increase oi ,
Dr. L. -A. UullU. AUanta, u.,
wrifc "Wm. Sealock. living on
my place, had an ugly running ulcer
onhiaartu which ordinary remedies
failed to control. As a last resor a
placed him on a use of B B B and
the ulcer tegan to heal at once, and
effected an entire cure. It is a rem-
eUV wen wurviiy ui tuuuucuvc,
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city, i How this can be it wouiu
a Philadelphia lawyer to determine
Wilmington is a part of the county
yet the Increase in the city Is larger
tire COUntV. Of
liiou - - -
which it proves a part. These fig-
ii r can be correct only on the sap-
nositlon that New Hanover county,
Dr. J. E. Half. Druggist at Ameriioatside of the city, has actually de
creased In population, a proposition
which we do not for- one moment
believe. On the contrary, there is
every reason to believe that there
has been an increr,:aia the country
cusC ua.; writes: a pianver nr
this place had several of his best la
borers effected with Syphilid. He
them ' B IS ti .anu pronounces
r M ot uiaoo . i aimij j. ui yyvt
there, supplied with everythlas the marieft
THE HEWLKTT HOUSE.
affords an 7T . , ,.
y friends Aim the public us I All Kinds of Canned
FOR LUNCU AND PIC inC PARTIES
erally are respectfully notified that I haye
made extenstye additions to ray premises at
Hwitchbacfc Station. Wrlghtsvlllo Beach, and
nrpnami to acccommodate them
"-f'- - i
ith ho hoar, nf f.vfrrthinsr.
vresn Fish. Soft Crabs, Deviled Crabs, Sc.,
moiv nn tti Arrival of every train.
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Bar in the rear and separate ana aisunct
rom the dinning room. i
my 29tf , JAS. A, UEWLBTT.
SUMMER EE SORT I
I "ATLANTIC VIEW,"
WHIGHTSVILLE, N. C,
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S KOW OPEN usiu&tt sAiifi fuf
and everythln? else that toes to makeup a
fine lnnch. : ' ; , . .
Full supply of ICE always on hand.
The residents of CAROLINA BEACH Will '
find it to their Interest to deal with me as I
will keep on hand ;everythink In the Grocery '
and Ilousefeeepln? line. J ' . ',
II XS A. KIJIXD,
Wilmington Seacoast R.Ri
Tne Hotel and grounds are ncarlbe
them ail wc:l
A tiTir nf A- T. Iz I.
r-o - . - - .
3 IS Ills trim crea
rr.ct the c.Tects cr
nir thA vntinrt and the Atlantic Ocean I
and a few steps from the Depot of the tsea-
Ask ino conaucior oi uic w y "
at wnghtsnue. j
BMD Bf TBI DAY, WIER 01 liHfl
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Send for Circulars. j i
ED. WILSON MANNING. ,
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Chickens, Eggs, Chip Beef,
1 . AND A SICE LOT OF
North Carollha Hanis'
just receiTed, which I win sell cheap. I have
.....nM.itwirnr rnOICE FAMILY GEO-
A vauaav-M - :
CEHIES which I will sell lower than any
,jHr vntAii noose In the city. Civs me a
call. Mr stock Is always fresh. No
moiaontajia, Call mt
, B. F. SWANN', Afit.,
auj 7 tl DW . So. rront Street.
mrr-rri -Tfc A nnTI IS PKINTED WITH
Til I ii rliriilb I rnanuLxctarrcr.J
he l nsctrni'iriTlrA- v.crts,
IS KFFKUT AUG. iSTIi:
Leave Wihuiutou 0:45 and 920 a.
m., 2:50, 5:00, 7:00 and 9K)0 p. iu. ,
Leave Hammocks 7:40 and 10:30
a. iu., 4 aw, u.-uo, 8.du auu lUO p IU.
Sunday trains. leave Wilmington
9:30 a. iuJ and 2XQ and .W p. m "
Leave Hammocks 1031 a. m. andC.-OO
and 10:30 p. m.
auar 15 tf
J. It NOLAN",
ISLAND BEACH HOTEL
J. A. BROWN, 3Ianagcr.
AVISO . LEASED TUB ABOVE NAM
llotel, situated at the Uarjamock. f am ftt
pared to eater succesafaa to the want of '
Om oubllc - I
tables will wpplied with the choicest
Tlands ef the season. ; j
Many places f rrreat interest In the rtcln-
Itr. barf Barninx Bath Houses In mm watr;
1; . luv.n.x immmi Tinrtvallfvl rhir". ar.il
above all aa unexcclfca cuisine,
Hotel. - - j
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