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yOL XIV WILMINGTON. NT f wwiVnustv
ma oar tatzzi ca czj cri r:it. :c: :
BMieral laterf-st. fcut "
TnaoamottaTttermttai3r&j3 to' fur
U5lic4 to th EAUarr ; ' .
ComnuniraaoQa must to written 'oa cnr
one flan cr tho paper. ' f "I
rersonaliucs man ttd aroxjM. . - : ; '
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tnc.vlcTrscf comsponaents coilca to staff d
in the editorial columns, " "
ivpiz to Nxr ADTKsnstysjfT.
txzxT'.t Co Furniture
JIcxds BothR3 Druggists
I Mr W. M. Cntnuiing has retarned
j to.tfie city from a short visit to Mt
I Airy. . , ; ... . ; -,,,
C W TATM-wall rarer ana window shirts ; !ervice8 lor Ttiursday night
i , au Market Street Mission have been
. rtujjcruuiJK Rrapes can cuanea to Jt'ridav eveninc at R
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oe oougin now at Z cents a peck.. o'clock, at which time there will be
preaching by Rev. F. D. Swindell.
Mr. W. A. liiuch. Auditor of the
Atlantic Coast Line, and MrsRioch
have returued from a visit- to friends
upTorth. - f j
The Executive Committee for the
Tabernacle services wLH meet at the
l. m. A. hall tomorrow morning!
at 10 o'clock. "
For North Carolina faia weather
on Wednesday and Thursday and
cooler. ' s.
iiocai iorecasts from 8 a. m. tc4
day, for Wilmington and vicinity,
lair and cooler weather.
"S'nCrVxni ninlitifS coramend
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X -n.l Lf.V HKUlC it .tuo moss
'-irrcr.ui!- kifitrn. " -j
vrr cf Kics h for sale in 50c
'lii'UuIc ly all lc:uliufj ilruj
fi Any rcfiaMc dmggbt vth
'-ret hire it on hand will pro
C h rr rjptly for any one wh
ii t) try it Do not accept ahj
UntrflDUti Ctn CVDfD nn
Sil fSJUCiSCO. CAL
zxrtx.rr. , tzvr josx, ti.r.
ROrtKItr 11. IIELLAa?Y.
US , Wilmington, IT. C
FOR CASH ONLY 1
T fl!13DS AND TDK PUBLIC IOKX-
prjjLf itntj nttlf.e4 tht oa and alter
U te I U seU for CASH AND CASH
It. 1 ria tie ncrore offer t!; Inducements
tctvoacevv.a the tuency la Hind. I
sur LOWEST PKirE aa1 ih- BEST OP
U. P. 8WANN, Act.,
r it Wv sa Front street. .
'RE HAIR 3IATTRESSES
:iqaito Neta r0r Sate. -
0I4 JUtlrnits Keoovnted.
Shrimp are generajly quite plenti
ul In September but there have
bt-fii none nt all In market
the pivwt few days.
Hon. Daniei L. RnsseU and Mr?.
llnell returned to the-citv on Mon-
lay night from a vUit to poiuts in
theTfortli and East. - f
Mr. W. E.' Anderson, " of Ocala,
FIh.. iahere on a visit to his father,
Dr. E. A. Anderson. His family have
been hero for some time. ' 1
to cat, savs one
ladv who foriuerlv
nun iiu upiietlte, UUlr iook i loot Is
I am . Maunfauturer's Agent for
Darbed ivntTall kinds of Wirt,: Com
bination Wire nud Iron Fence?. Or
ders solicited. -James I. Metts. t
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There was a heavy shower of rain
here labt midnight mud afterwards!
the wind got around to the North
and it has bee u cooler and pleas-
.Rice birds ae very scarce in tho
market. We haven't seen one this
season, alth6ugh we know that some
come in every clay., rney'are. gen
erally engaged ahead.
With "Regal" Paint on your house
anil "1'iastico" on yonr walls,; your
house will be beautiful andj your
family happy. Sold by the N. Jacob!
Hd it. Co i factory agents. t
To DIsihsI Cold,
IleaUacIies and Fevers, to. cleanse
tho system effectually, vet gently,
when costive or bilious, or when the
blood is impure or sluggish, . to per
manentiy curewmbitual constipa
tion, to awaken the kidneys and
liver to a hciilthy activity, without
irritating or weakening them; use
Syrup of Figs. , - '
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Not Kuwrcted to 1.1 ve.
A letter was received here yester
day from Rev. S. P. Watters, Rector
of Grace Church, Morganton, which
states that his mother, Mrs. M. E.
Watters. is .very low and is not ex
pected to live. Mrs. Watters and
her son and daughter (the latter!
now married and living in. Missis
sippi) arc Cape Fear people and in
the old days were large rice planters
and among, the most wealthy reti,
dents of Wilmington. ;
Why a .lury Is cfoui posed of 12. J
Tho 'firry' of -twelve woVlapted
because the prophets were twelve
there were twelve Jewish judges
twelve pillars of the temple, twelve
patriarchs, twelve tribes of Israel
ItcUUre ftecelpts and Gains. ,
There are five steamships here
now loading with cotton. There are
ten in Charleston. At the latter
port the receipts have been, up to
Monday, jabout 23,000 bales, against
oyer 13,000 here. The gain in Charles
ton over last year was aboat 14,000
bales, orsay 00 per cent, while in
Wilmington it has been 11,000 bales
or about 1,100 per cent. " i
X i rel jr Timet Ahead. J:
As we have previously stated the
t'i Iotsv Association -at Southport
will disso)ye on Friday next, the 19th
inst., ami each man will then take
the field, or the sea, for himseh.
Tiiere are 40 pilots at the month of
the river jand we may lookJor lives
ly times , amoung them now. The
Oriental, jCapt. Joe Burrnss, canie
up to the city this morning and
went on the ways to have her bot
tom scraped and cleaned.
To lie? Dedleated Next Sunday. '
The new Fifth Street M. E. Church
will be dedicated on Sunday next to
the worship of Almighty-God. ; The !
dedicatory sermon .will '.be preached
by Rev. A. M. Creitzberg, D. D., of
- '"-. Bishop Galloway.
Bishop Galloway, preached at
Grace Church last night to a large
and deeply interested congregation.
His text was -from Matthews 20th
2G and 27th verses: "Whosoever
will be great among you let him be
your minister, and .whosoever will
be chief among yon let him be' yonr
servant."! ',. . ". : ' . . V ... .. .
The music, with " Prof. Van Laer
ai the organ, Iwas very fine; Miss
Lillian Bowden sang an offertory,
witlf exquisite pathos. The Bishop
will return to Goldsboro "to-morrow.
"It Works Like a Oham.,,
ItuIon'H Moffn'etic Linlmcur,
For Kbcuniatlsm, Neuralgia and SUIT Joints.
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r. s.-1-Yes, we be" open
Ull 10 ayaln
The Marionettes. .V
i Another, large audience
Prof. Bell and his Royal Marionettes
at the Opera House last evening,
and anothe r delight f u I perf or man ce
was given.: There is no discount on
the merits of this show. It is A 1
and all who attend get the full value
of their money whether they do or
do not get a prize. These were
awarded j as follows: Preston G;
White, 012 Princess street, received
a ton of coal; Miss Emma Yopp,
Mulberry street, a dinner set of over
one hundred pieces Henry Spears,
colored, 811 Fifth street, a tea-set of
: ONE WEEK,
Commencing Monday, Sept. IStli.
greeted Ml f fn b o Qafn rA r trnf O O f
ionettes V,ww uvit
Wilmington's Favorites, with an entire New "
i Snow. BELL'S OltlQJNAL
KOYAL MA1UONETTE8.- J
Finer Presents given t ban ever. -
Admission 15, 25, S3 and 50 ctnts. Scats oa
sale now at usual place, . -
WatCh for the (Iratad Pnrflirt nnrln mnm
! - . ; seaiatt.'
MARKET NOTICE. :
tno south- uaroima Uonference. Ur. 5G pieces; 0: Mack ay, corner Fifth
Creitzberg was at one time pastor of nd Dock streets, "a toilet set of
Front Street M. E.! Church In this twelve nieces: Wm. Plummer. 121
city and was largely instrumental in pront street, a plush manicure set.
the formation of the congregation To-uicht there will be given' awar-
or x if th street Uhurch. We will
publish -in a day or two. a full pro
gramme cf the services to be held
on Sunday next in the new church.
Maj. J. R. Kenly, Assistant! Gen
eral Manager of the Atlantic Coast
Line, is on a tour of inspection of
the branch roads of the Wilmington
& Weldon Railroad in Eastern North
Our butchers and grocers are mak-
Inc extensive preparations. 'for the
big crowds expected here at the Sam
Jones meetings. They say . that
there will be plenty to eat and of
the best. !
Sneed & Co.,
V"UB9 T0 KX0XV1LLE FURNI-
P-,ioUAst corner Mrket and Second
t ocartuuc Cesinis, lowest
toijiatttedtocaa and Inspect
iftfoBna Ileach and Soallipor
rTAS CK0VE LEAVES WILMINGTON
p. to. Rtturnln?. train
tJ Iia) and S a) n. m.
-V ' r bandar. .
h c s cents to Beach and rjturn.
New Push and Pull Blind Hinges.
Iocksthe blind when opened or
closed. Saves labor and cost of put
tine on inside fastenings, which are
not needed with these hinges. Car
menters. It will pay you to examine
and use same. 'N.Jacob i Hdw.Co. t
Hon. C. W. McCIammy arrived in
the city last night and went down to
Scott's Hill this morning to see his
folk. He is going into the cam
pajgn wRl) his coat off and his
sleeves rolled up and do all he can to
roll up a big majority for Mr. Grady.
We have it now. A Pump that is
always primed, never requiring a
tub of water to start it. It is the
bright invention of a North Caro
lina genius and Is pronounced by all
to be the best pump on the market.
See it and you will have no other.
N. Jacob! Hdw. Co. I
U raper and Window Shades.
T0CK1 NOUTII CAROLINA
Uc jour trdci now tefore
It is hard to keep up with the
vagaries of the malls. We received
this, Wednesday morning, papers
published in Raleigh and Charlotte
on Monday. 1 We frequently get
several issues of a paper in one
mail. A few days since three issues
of the .ARheville Citizen came to
hand at one time.
twelve stones in Aaron's breastplate,
twelve gates of Jerusalem, twelve
signs oi the Zioaiac. wnen juries
were first established the judge took
the juries around with him in a cart
until they agreed upon a verdict. If
they did not agree they were fined
Heavy Italns In the Interior.
A friend at Thoraasville, in this
State, writes us that they have had
up mere tne neaviest iau oi rain
ever known in that section'. For 24
hours it was simply terrific. Pretty
much the same report comes from
other sections of the interior, and It
Is likely that heavy freshets may be
looked for in the rivers. Our friend.
wrote under date of 15th mst. and
his last words were, "And still it
rnins in torrents." Thomasville is
in tho Yadkin river section CtheYad
kin Is lower down the Pee Dee) but
Deep River is not far off and all of
the wafer that flows into that river
finds its way to the sea through the
Meeting of Macistrates.
A called meeting of the Justices of
the Peace for Wilmington township
is held at the County Commis-
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sioners room mis- uiormus iur mo
purpose of electing a registrar for
the First Ward. Dr. W. W. Harnss,
chairman of the Board, presided
and Justice J. M. Cronly was made
secretary. The following Justices
were present: Dr. W. W. Har-
riss, A. David, Li, a. umu
ing, J. M. Cronly, M. .F. Costin, T.1
J. Southerland, E.G. Parmelee, M.
Newman, L. W. McLaurin, H. McL.
Green, George L. Morton, James W.
King, John Cowan, E. D. Hall, W.
Mc. Evans, T. B. Harris?, J.H. Dan
iel and-R. B. Clowe.
On motion Mr Junius G." Love
was elected Registrar for he Second
Division of the First Ward ana then
the meeting adjourned.
Nmv Year Card.
nice assort tacnt to-day.
YATES BOOK STORE.
Keeping llonso With Cockroaches,
m . W A-
Beetles, water bugs, arc, is noc
pleasant. The .most euecuve uuu
permanent remedy s--ror two or
three nights to sprinkle ROUGH ON
RATS dry powder unmixed, in,
1 down the sink and drain
a handsome suite oi oea-room iurni
ture, valn?d at $35, besides 100 other
'presents.;,;." ' C-. v ' -.,' 7'-
.. .. j Criminal Conjj. r''---
The following cases were disposed
of to-day: j " r: - J'y': : ' ' ;;-:V'5'
John A. Barker, for per-
Motion for inistrial by conn
e. Juror withdrawn and
mistrial made. Motion to continue
by defendants SPJinsel
Case on trial this after-
Col. Rowland. -
Hon. Alfred Rowland, the gallant
RepreseiitsUeinjCongress from this
district, is sick at his ITb7rlO-itt--i4im-
berton, bht we are glad to learn that
ho is improving. The Robesoniari
says of him and 'we most heartily
concur: j"No - county district or
State ever had within its limits a
better man. His people not only
admire but love him. '-They know
him. 'His purity, his stainless records
his genial! manners, his moral cour
age, his sturdy practical judgment and battery with a deadly weapon,
and his rare modesty all conspire to Verdict guilty. Defendant sentenced
make him beloved and popular to 0 months in the County House or
whereverihe Is known.v correction.
. And we! will add: No country ever State, vs) Dover Johnson, for Jar-
cenjv Verdict guilty. Defendant
Cafeb. Blount, for lar
ceny. Verdict -guilty. Defendant
fined $50 and costs. -
State vs. Annie Davis, for assault :
A frieud of onrs, a Front street
merchant, who spent two months
. i ..i j f ua1i lint T i i i n I v nvpr
jfive ,K,unds in weight during! that
; time, rcmarKeii mat tne uve pounus i jnff wash it all away down me uraiu
j amount of money .he had expended.
I There are many-, who -wonld pay
Jmore than a hundretl dollars a pound
for h little tuore meat ou their bones.
JOS. P. Ornio-
( ?t, ,tl AMf rman, Flanncr Ca)
(Ucr,CAL Whkeu IN US. MIEET
C!miJ gto DiocosV of East Caroliua will meet
5?" ben aim : 1,1 ohlsboro to-morrow to discuss
T t 7: zr .Komo matters pertaining to the wel-
i. ij t n.i - . .
nine, when all the insects irora rar-
la 9 HI . -m.
ret to cellar will aisappear. auw se
cret of this is in the fact that wher
ever the bugs or insects may be
during the day, they must go to the
.,inir.i tn watpr tlurinzr lue nignr.
They can't stand ROUGH ON RATS
1U llieir wnicr. mi" iuu ,
most effective and satisfactory rem-
ROUGH U.S ISA A a oeing
. . . ill 1 .V!c -irt
poison, i, r Rlienui. Fever Sores. Tetter, CbY-
uwu j ) . ,i . rl,lK17
had a nobler patriot or a more gal
lant, chivalrous soldier than
Alfred Rowland of the Vbloodyj
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The Citizens' Association.
The third annual meeting of the
Citizens' Building and Loan Asso
ciation was held last night at the
City Hall and was attended by most
of the i stockholders. The Vice
President, Mr. : H. G. Sniallbones,
presided, with Mr. I J. S. Mitchell,
the Secretary, at the desk.
Twelve hundred and seventy-four
shares,, which is a majority of the
capital stock, were found to be rep
resented. I : "
The annual statement was read.
It shows that the business of the or
ganizatioh is in aTflourishing condi
tion, the earnings in the first series
amounting to 9 4-5 j per cent, per
share per annum on the-amount
paid in, and in the second series '11
per cent, per share. .
Ad amendment to the by-laws was
offered, allowing any member in the
first series to withdraw and receive
seven per cent, on tne amount, ac
tually paid in at the time of with
drawal. -4 ' i j ' . " : ;" -
The old board of directors was re
elected unanimously, the secretary
casting the ballot.
The board is as follows: Messrs.
W. H. Chadbourn, W. A. Riacb, W.
F. Williams, H' . G. Smallbones, J.
I. . Sharp, J. W. Jackson, T: J.
Pratt, Jas. T. Riley, G. M. Altaffer,
John McEntee, M. Bellamy, A. G.
tanks, E. F. Johnson.
After adjournment of the stock-
linldrs1 mcetincr. the Board of Di
rectors was called together, with
Mr. J. W, Jackson in the chair. - All
the bid officers were re-elected'as
follows: - ... . .";.-.
President W. H. Chadbourn.
. Vice President H. G. Smallbones.
Secretary and Treasurer Jos. S.
Mitchell. , .
Attorneys M. Bellamy andA. G.
Ricaud. , ' :
It was decided to issue a small
series of 250 shares at once,
. 1 llncklen Arnica'.SalT.
The Best Salve in the world
Outs. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,
sentenced to 3 years in
vs. Stephen Graham, for
false pretense. Juror withdrawn.
Mistrial ordered by the court. De
Tha grand jury returned true bills
against Joseph Harriss and David
Hawkins, for an affray, and against
Charles Nixon and Scipio HI1J, - for
an affray. . - .
CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. a, ,
DEPARTMENT MARKETS AND FEE3, '
I SErmtBXB 12TH71S51 .
OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN AC-
ljprJance with the Market Laws and Kesula
tioDs the stalls and stores la the. various Mar
kets of the city will be rented at public auc
tlon, Saturday, September 20th, 18S0, .com
menclnsr at Fifth Ward Market House at ll"
o'clock ai eel, reaching Fourth street Market
about 1L45 a. m., and Front Btreet.Market
about 120 p. m. ' T
Delinquents are reminded that no bid can
be received from any one In debt to the city. :-
Respectfully, . " ; -
GEO. L. MORTON,
chairman Market Committee.: .
sepmt- 13 J5 17 19 - . . , :. ,
WKIGUTSVILLE.N.C, . - "
S NOW OPEN UNDER SAME MANAUE-
ment. Tne Hotel and grounds are near the
waters of the bo una and tne Atlantic Ocean ,
and a few steps from the Depot of the Sea-
V5Qtr Villi mart trrvm WHmlnrrfAn
Ask the conductor of the train to 'stop to j
at WrlghtsYiUe. .
BOARD M TUB DAY, WEEK OR; 1I05TH
1 Sendtfor circulars. . : ' . .
; j .ED. WILSON MANNING, .
Jel3 ; m. t ' ' u Proprietor.
RIOTICE !:".;.: " "
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AND TKEAS'R "
vr mi UiMXKAJU It. It. CO.
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Wilmixgton, N.c.'. Sept. 9th, lSJKk
: Death of Mr. Trempert. ;
We greatly regret to learn ot the
death of Mr. H. C. Prempert. Late
yesteida y afternoon,' after, a recov
ery from his unconscious condition, I Thursday, the 9th day of October, proximo, at 1
ne agam t'ecuuie wuree uuu his ueatu sepuim JOUN 11. SUAltP, Sec',
wns lonkptl for at nnv hioiuent.: This I . .... 1..- ..... -, - ; .
forenoon he rallied somewhat! but Wa 11 16 d . Sai7agiSit8"
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the Carolina Central
Railroad Co. will be held at the omco of 'the
Old Dominion bt earns hi D Co.. corner Uenrh
and West streets, In the city of New York, on
again sank and died at 2:15 o'clock.
Mr. Prempert was a -native of.Co
burg, Germany, and has resided here
for twelve years. He was CI years
of age. He leaves a widow,
thiee sons and three daughters, all
!of whom are grown. He-vas an old
and a gallant Confederate soldier
antljhad seen active service in the
field before; coming to this, country,
having served in the. war between
Germany and Denmark In 13. Pre
vious to the war he was a resident
of Goldsboro and when the toe
sir of war . sounded he was one
of the "first to respond. He was
one" of the charter members, of
the Goldsboro Rifles and when
Gov. Ellis i called upon them, in
April, 1861, to occupy Fort Macon,
Mr. Pre'mpert went with them. He
afterwards enlisted in Co. H, 2d N.
C. Regiment, and served with gal
lantry 'and distinction throughout
the entire ;war. . At its close he was
drum major of the regimental band.
Mr. Premnert was la member of
Cape Fear I6dgeo, 2 I. O. O. F.
and was a Past Grand in that order;!
he was also a Royal. Arch Mason j
and a Knight TeuiDlar. and he was
a Past Chancellor of ifermanial
Lodge No. 4, Knights of Pythias. .
The -funeral services will take
Plans of business combine- besatfeaturea of
Building- Fund and Life Insurance. First-class
contracts. Address, with references. BXotnal
Annuity Co., Staunton, Va. eod sep 12 3t'
English andClassical School
Ucv. Unr.ifii Morrellr, A. Hi .
WE THIRTY-SCUND ANNUAL SESSION ;
will begin D. V.) Wednesday,
Orange street, corner of 1 If th.
the first of Oo
For any Information apply at Na 433
IIEEE IS BUT ONE, ANDJHE HOLDS
forth at No. 23 Market street. A good Share
for 10 cents, a Shampoo for 20 cents, or a Hair
Cat for 20 cents. Four of the best Harbera In
the state. Clean towels, sharp razors and
prompt attendance. JOHN WERNER,
The German Barber, .
feqiotf ; t & Market atreet
ADRIAN & V0LLEB8,
WHOLKSALK DKALCICS IH
, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigar?, .
1 ...... i
' t AND--
C0M3IISSI0N ; MERCHANTS,
Cor. Front and Sock SU,
wicaxiNGTON, n. c;
the sod rest lightly upon him and CAPE jPEAIl ACADEHY
may hisunemory bekept.grtep ini
the hearts 'of all who knew and i
mr. w m w r niiviir 11 nil v w 1 1 rt. 11 ai 1 1 w '
U. F. Aldrrtll3D;,hreorihdiMer. This eoramlttee g tl,oon,in " Xiollwr-ay .W ""a?wS loTed'"ia' ! '
.of FayrtteTlllr. Iter. Jauics Car- 0 RATS witu a .iiau anteed lo sire perfect satisfaction, ' ul ' ... ,
WMiS5. ' mtehaeV D. O.. of WIImIoSlon; Kcr. ZoUcTor onX&, moue, fanSed. Price SScaf. 1.000 U U
JrfSwPSSjyjTJSS It' JU DeKt;-of W, mlnS on.l jjju, -., ,a chUdren. Cat this oat for, a t,:,udlr--- . . . 7iI3or7;'j
'tmm auja Ir. George Robert, of 2iewberu . uiit,wiiv .
Iteopena September iS2ods
Ibrost Preyaifisaf Ur Izvxii ir ftl';,
x COMPETENT INSTEUCTOHS. ,
LEADING MALE SCHOOL!
Please enter at bcgtnnln? of Ecssloa. .
- jr-ericecar-lcein vq-jk Meres. -
- ' - V,'. CATLLTT, Iflncfpal,
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