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DrJ.C.Ayer& Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
.an 1 lytc4p d&w A
contains an antidote for all malarial dis
orders which, so far as known, is used in no
other remedy. It contains no Quinine, nor
any mineral nor deleterious substance what
ever, and consequently produces no injurious
effect upon the constitution, but leaves the
system as healthy as it was before the attack.
WE WABRANT AYEE'S AGUE CUKE
to cure every case of Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb "Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com
plaint caused by malaria. In case of failure,
.if ter du trial, dealers are authorized, by our
circular dated July 1st, 1S82, to refund the
Dr. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
may 2Sd Aw
White Cypress or Yellow
SASH, BLINDS AND IKOR3 MJARAN
TKKDiA (iOOD AS THE BKST.
Moulding, Brackets. Bilusters and Orna
mental Wood Work.
aug2 PAULEY & WIGGINS.
PARSLEY & WIGGINS,
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS,
ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORK,
QVER 500 BOXES TOBACCO AT COST
toclo'e out. Also, Urge stock of Plug and
Snioklag Tobacco at very low prices, from
the Best Faftorlea In Virginia.
Cigars and Cigarettes
By the mUllion, at the Office of
CAPE FEAR TOB ACCO'WORRS,
jy 23 tf No. 13i,North Market St.
Oxford, N. C.
EW CATALOGUE JUST ISSUED.
Terms as heretofore Students, charged
oniv from time of admlailon. Room now for
eight new boys.
J. H. & J. C. HORNER.
aug 23 2w
A Bargain 1
rN HAND AND FOR SALE, FIVE BBLS
ONLY $1 PFtt GALLON.
A pure wine, a pleasant wine ai d a cheap
wine. Must be sold at once
L. G. CIIE'trtr.
aug 9 tf N. W. cor. Market and Second sts.
EXPECTED BY WEDNESDAY.
MILAN CHIP and all the Rough Straws.
popular now." Every possible shade ofFfath
era and other Trimmings. New lot of Para
sols, white and colors, all prices. Gloves,
Lisle, Kid and Lace. New Stamping Patterns.
MISS E. KAKRER.
may 26 Kxchangtjl Corner.
Cleveland & Hendricks !
Blaine & Logan ! !
JACKSON& BELL ! ! !
THREE TlCKETSfbr the PEOPLE !
The first two tickets are before the
people for their suffrages the last
for the patronage of both parties for
anything and everything they may
need in the shape of
Printing, Ruling or Binding.
The Daily Review.
EJ uauV tieview h largest
ana fide circulation of any newspaper
-iblished. xn tti& city of wxLrnxnqum.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1884.
Chirlotte Observer: On the bome-
stpful ot Mr. Boston Wallace, in Crab
Orchard town?hip, is a well fifty fee
deep. The well was in need of clean
in cp. nut find vesterdav a colored man
named Thomas Johnston was procur
ed to go down in'o the well and make
mi insDectioQ of the condition of af
fairs and report the same to Mr Wal
lace. The colored man went down in
to ino well as agreed, and after mak
ing the required inspection he started
to ascend to the top. Bracing-his feet
against the wal's and grasping the
rocks with hi3 hands, he bean to push
and pull himself up after the fashion of
.. . T I , .1 f..l
well climbers, jonnsioii was assuuui
climber, but he was destined never to
reach the top. He had not a?cended
more than ten feet when the wall
trlmblcd and suddenly caved in on him
with a terrible noise. The darkey was
knocked to the bottom of the well and
an immense mass of rock tumbled down
on him. The people near the vicinity
of the well were startled by the roar of
the falling wall. It seemed to jar the
earth and was distinctly beard lor the
distance of one mile. Looking in the
direction from which the sound came,
they saw a column of dust rising from
the well and they at once put out for the
scene. On arriving at the well, they
found that a deep quiet reigned. Look
ing down, the wall wa3 seen to have
sunk for a distance of ten feet from the
top, and lower down near the bottom
the well -was entirely blocked up by
the displaced rock. AH atonce'.conclud-.
ed that the man Johnston was crushed
to death beneath the load of rocks, but
after some one had called his name two
or three times, there came Irom below
the rocks a sound that was readily re
cognized as Johnston's voicn. Instant
ly as many men as couJd conveniently
get into the well descended and com
menced the work of getting out the
rocks in the hops of rescuing the man,
but it was labor performed under many
difficulties The space in which the
men had to work was very narrow and
the process of hauling rocks with a
bucket wns slow and tedious. The
fact that the men were in immediate
danger of beiDg crushed by an
other cave of the fragmentary
wall around them did not deter them
from their work, and by sundown they
had cleared out so much of the fallen
rock that they found themselves
near enough to the man to be able
to carry on a conversation with
him. All the time the men were
working they could hear Johnston call
ing to them in the most agonizing tones
to hurry up. He told them that the
dirt was closing in on him and was
choking him. fie had no idoa of his
situation, except that he was badly
hurt, but from what he said it was in
ferred that tvvo large rocks had become ,
fastened across the well just overj him
and were holding up the mass above
him in some manner. Our informant
left at dark, and the rescuers were then
consulting as to how they should pro
ceed, as it had become evident to them
that an unlucky movement on their
part rr ight loosen the rocks and let the
whole mass down on the unfortunate
man. Thev had arrived at no concln-
sion, but expressed the determination to
rescue Johnston alive it possible."
Parties who arrived on the Carolina
Central train yesterday morning
brought news ol a serious misfortune
that happened to Mr. J. M. Stephens,
of Sanford, in, Moore county, who lost
a new and large tobacco barn, with all
its contents, by fire on the night of the
29th. This was Mr. Stephens' first
Sear at tobacco raising, and his barn, a
hne one, was just completed. Last
Friday he filled it with tobacco which
ho was drying, when fire broke out, and
the whole was consumed. Hi3 loss is
considerable, and there was no insur
ance on it.
,. List of Letters.
A list of unclaimed letters remaining
at the Post Office ia this City on Wed
nesday, September 3, 1884 :
A Win Alderman.
B Ben Blood worthy F G Brown,
J G Barney. Moses Broomfield, Miss
R A Betts, Samuel C Barney.
C Miss Janie B. Carter, Clara
Cheek, care Nathan Cheek.
D-Albert Davis, J F Darle, Mar
garet Debroor, care Benjamin & Robe
sou. F John Fisher.
Kauie Hill. (2). rhiliip Haywood,
('2), llobt Haj Wood.
J Robt Jor.es, M;ss E A Jones.
L S A Lawrence.
M Mrs Phnbe McKoy. Eliza Moore
Ed E Merrick, Eliza McKoy, Eliza
beth Miller. Daniel A McPherson,
Lewis Meyers, Tom McFarlau, Timo
P Matkias Puhl, Charity Poisson,
It T Rettlcton, Sarah Rich.
T-rWui Tucker. Mrs Mary Tnylor,
S E F Suggs, Parker Shepard.
Ella Thomas, hum Tavlor. Wrn
U Lizzie Usher.
W Nathe Williams, Francis Wad
dell. Firm Letter.
B Betting & Whitaker.
Persons calling for letters in the above
list will please say "advertised;" if not
called for witliin ten days will be sent
to the dead letter office at Washington,
D.C Ed. R. Brink P. M.
The Joint Canvass.
The appointments made for General
Scales atter that at Columbus, on the
4th of September, are withdrawn; and
General bcales will attend all the ap
pointments announced for Dr. York.
General Scales will later in the cam a
paigu canvass the counties covered by
the appointments hereby withdrawn
for the present.
R. II. Battle, ChV.
August 30ths 1687. .
Rough on Pain" Plaster:
Porous and strengthening, improved,
the best for backaches.pains in chest or
side, rheumatism. Neuralgia. 25c.
Druggists or mail.
September 2-4 P.M.
SEIRITS TURPENTINE Quoted
firm at 2S cents per gallon. Sales of
100 casks at these figures.
ROSIN Quoted firm at 95 cents for
Strained and $1.00 for Good Strained,
bid. ; ,
TAR Quoted firm at $1.30 per bbl
of 280 lbs.
CRUDE TURPENTINE Quoted
steady .at $1.85 for Virgin and Yellow-
Dip and $1 for Hard.
COTTON Quoted quiet. The fol
lowing are the official quotations:
Ordinary 75 cents
Lwd Ordinary 94 "
Low Middling 91
Middling...; 10 J
Good Middling..: J0
Cotton 19 bales
Spirits Turpentine 343 casks
Rosin 1326 bbls
Tar 751 bbls
Crude Turrentine . 119 bbls
Steamer Passport. Harper, Smith
Steamship Regulator, Doane, New
York, H G Smalibones.
Steamer A P Hurt, Worth,. Fayetto
Worth & Worth
Steamer Bladen, Green, Favette
ville, C S Love & Co.
Steamer John Dawson, Black, Point
Caswell R P Paddison.
Brig Carrie E Pickering, Marshall,
Boston. E G Barker & Co
Steamer PassDort, Harper, Smith
Steamer Blacden, Green, Fayettes
ville, C S Love & Co.
Steamer A P Hurt, Worth, Fayette
ville, Worth & Worth.
STOCKS ON HAND SEPTEMBER 1, 1884.
Cotton ashore, 500.
Spirits ashore, 4.850; afloat, 2,023;
Rosin ashore, 85,981 ; afloat, 25; total,
Tar ashore, 1,171.
Crude ashore, 2,,0G8.
RECEIPTS KOR MONTH OF AUGUST, 2881.
Cotton. 1 17 ; spirits, 9 443 ; rosin. 25,340 ;
tar, 3 391; crude, 0,120.
EXPORTS FOR MONTH OF ATJGTST, 1884
Cotton, 282; spirits, 1.005; rosin. 867;
tar,?,830; crude, 6,357.
Spirits, 6.561; rosin, 10.742; tar, 10.
VESSELS IN THE PORT OF WILMINGTON, N. C.
AUGUST 29, 1884.
No vessel under 60 tons reported In this list.
Nor Insula Capri, 395 tons, Danielsen.
C P Mebane
Gcr August, 317 tons, Grabe,
ja rescnau ec westermann
Nor Frey, 281 tons. Halvorses, Helde & Co
Thomas Slnnlckeon, 230 tons, Heme.
. Geo Harms & Co
Schr William H Kceny, 298 tons LlppJncott.
Geo Harrlss & Co
Schr Lizzie Lane, 220 tons, Herrlct.
js u Barter x Co
Timothy Fields, 175 tons, Adams,
js li .Barter & Co
S G Hart, 505 tons. Fountain. Master
R S Graham, 341 tons, Avis,
ueo Harrlss & Co
HoraceJS. Lanfair, 298 tons, Woodland,
Geo Harrlss & Co'
L C Hickman, 231 tons, Joseph,
Geo Harrlss A Co
Sarah S Harding, 385 tons, Melvln,.
Geo Harrlss A Co
LIST OF VESSELS CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Ger Diana, 314 tns. Schroder, sailed from
Liverpool, Aug. 17
Ger Express, 276 tons, Fretwurst, eld from
Liverpool Aug 10.
sor Fama, 40 J tons, Taraldsen, at Para,
Ger Fidelio, 376 tons, Meyer, sailed from
8tettin, Aug 17
Ger Hermann Fxiedrich, 288 tons, Nlcjahr,
sailed from Liverpool, Aug 1-
Nor Kallisto, 483 tons, Tgland, at Bio Jane
Aust Leda, 533 tons, Eosher, Bailed from
Flume July 13.
Nnr Vlkedal, Fredricksen, .sailed from
ArchaDel July 10.
Ger Vereen, 453 tons, Jahnct e,. sailed from
Hamburg. June 24
JjlOR WRIGHTSVILLE SOUND, will leave
Southland's Stables DAILY at 6 P. M. sharp.
Returning, will leave Sound at 7 A, M. sharp
June 25 tf T. J. SOUTHER LAND.
Conoley's Drug Store.
216 MARKET STREET.
(Formerly known as "City Drag Store.")
AULL LINE OF DRUGS, FANCY AND
Toilet Articles. Cigars and Cigarettes,
conoley's Cologne in any quantity desired.
cod v ater with pure Syrups an-1 Cream.
au29 J. W. CONOLKY.
THIS WEEK, iEXT, AND SO ON.
INDEED EYERf WEEK WE RECEIVE
NEW GOODS. Lot of nice Feather Dus
ters mat In. Bird Cages. Patent Chimney
h lues. Pumps. All kinds of tinning done by
the best workmen. Old stand.
PARK It K A TAYLOR
PURE WHITE OIL,. sept
T MONACS. 1M SECOND STREET.be
tween Market nd Princess. Ladles and Gen
tlemen's goods of every description, any color.
Also, cleaning, scouring and bleaching. Send
me a pair ef tout oVl Kid Qlow
THE WILMINGTON SHIRT FACTORY.
No. 27, Market st. 2?lht Shirts, all slxea!
Ite. Congress, the most popular and beat
White Shirt on the market, 5c Colored Shirts
25c and qpwards. Seaside Shirts at all prices.
Boy's yachting la great rarkty. Gent's Draw
era 25 and upwards Wamsutta Jeans Draw
ers, reinforced, equal to linen, something new.
73c Drawers made to order. 75c. Wamsutta
Shirts with 2100 linen bosom made to order at
tl- Orders from the country solicited and
promptly attended to. Give us a rail.
, . J. KLSBACH. '
inU 21 lUver
The malls close and arrive at the City Po
office as follows :
- CLOSE. .-r -
Northern through malls, fast. ...... .7.S0JP. M.
Northern through and way mails... .8.00 A. M.
Raleigh-. ....6.45 P. M. and. 8.00 A. M.
Mails for the N. C Railroad and
routes supplied therefrom Lnclud- ' !
tng A.&N.C. B&Uroad at
- 7.30 P- M. and 8.00 A. M
Southern Mails for all points South.
dally .......8.00 P.M.
Western malls (C. C. Railway dally.
(except Sunday)... 6.45 P. M.
ah points between Hamlet and Ral
eigh............. 6.45 P. M.
Mailf or Cheraw and Darlington Rail
road.... 8.00 P.M.
Malls for points between Florence
and Charleston 8.00 P. M.
Fayette ville aud offices on Cape Fear
River, Tuesdays and Fridays. . . . .1.00 P. M,
rayettevuie.via U C Railroad, dally.
except Sundays. ,...6.45 P. M.
Onslow C. H. and Intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A. M.
Smith ville mails, by steamboat, dally
(except Sundays) 8.30 A. M.
Malls for Easy Hill, Town Creek,
Shallotte and Little River. Tues
days and Fridays 9.00 P. M.
Wrlghtsvllle, dally 8.30 A. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern through and way malls 7.30 A. M.
Southern Malls , 7.30 A. M.
Carolina Central Railroad 8.45 A. M.
Malls collected from street boxes business
Portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
M. and from other points of the city at 5
j. . ax
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M
Money Order and Register Department open
from 8 A. M to 5 P. M.. continuooslv.
General delivery open from 7 A. At. to 6 P.M.
ana on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M.
Carriers delivery open n Sunday from 8.30
to 9.30 A. M.
Fourth Round for the Wilmington
uistnct oi tne Methodist k. UhufCh,
Smithville, September 27-28.
.Bladen Circuit at Antioch. (Jet. 4-5.
Whiteville Circuit, Oct. 7-8.
Bruo8wick Circuit at Shallotte Camp,
Waccamaw Mission, Oct. 15.
FlemiDgton Circuit. Oct. 18-19.
Elizabeth Circuit. Ont. 20 21.
Cokesbury Circuit, Oct. 24.
Clinton Circuit at Clinton, Oct. 26-27.
Newton Grove Mission, Oct. 29.
Duplin Circuit. Nov. 1-2.
Onslow Circuit, Nov. 8-9.
Point Caswell Mission, Nov. 13.
Topsail Circuit. Nov. 15-16.
Wilmington, Front Street, Nov. 22-23.
VV.H BOEBITT. P. E.
Every Farmer ought to get a "Boy
Clipper Plow," greatest invention of
the age. Jacobi is the Asrent- t
inn JKEGS RICE BIRD POWDER.
1UU 100 Kens Sportine Powder.
0 Kefes Blasting Powder,
For Bale by
aug 25 KERUHNER & C ALDER BROS
1 "inn HAL.F ROLLS BAGGING.
-L U U U 5 000 Bdls Cotton Ties, 5 Bales Bale
lng Twine, 50 Bis D S Meat, 100 Sax Rio Cof
fee, 75 Boxes Ref. Sugar, ltO Uhds Molasses,
25 Cases Lardr 600 Bales Hay, l.COO Bushs
Com. 1.00 ) Tiunha Ontn 75 Tiva lnrlw TK R-a
Crackers, 100 Bxs Soap, 100 Cases Lye", 75 Bxs
ctaicu, JUU rxa OOUa, 40 iixa uoDacco. 100
T t' Tl .
ujsa ouum. x or saie uy
aug 25 IvERCIINER & C ALDER BROS
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ploths, &c , &c,
gSir1 The closestiprices
118 MARKET ST.,
.: )!' o .
i " -
STOCKTAKING WE DREAD. IT TAKES A LOT OF TIME to'miJ
an inventory and measure goods, This dreaded time will conieVh 1
wtitJK, as iar as po38i Die; we will turn the goods into CASH
and sell goods at a SACRIFICE. CASH takt s luile
time tocountjind measure, therefore, this week
w mu Mttuuc jjiiucs tuai win enaoic
you to secure
500 LONG PLDMES IN EVKEY SHADE If
TRIMMED ana UNTRIMMED HATS for Ladles. Misses and ChlMren. Uces maJenni iJ
GOOLrS. GLOVES and LAOK MITTS all s'lt. warrwtol i n .M '
Creani and White, 6 and
OOESETSi QOESETS1 CORSETS!
A few mpre of tbia elegant lot of c6kSET3 left that hao been eeUlng so rapidly at 39c sv I
7fc., and 93c, A. per pair, j An early call wUl secHre you some of these gooda.
WALKING SKIRTS of Fine Muslin, trimmed
c.t, on tro. uuutu vniduii.?, wiva roiutou cosom, oi iDseruoa and
puffing, with Yokes beautifully made, at 9Sc. MUSLIN DRAWERS, plainly
trimmed with tucks, at 39c. A epeclal assortment of Ladies', Mi88e8,
and Children's APRONS, made of Check MusUn and Fine Cam.
brie, trimmed in Various styles with neat edging, at re
markably low, prices. Babies' CLOAKS, in ine
Merino and Pique, made of the best ma
tcrUI.f In leading styles, at less
than half their value; also
Presses, Shoes. Bibs,
i j Stockings, Skirts.
Will close the entire stoc of SUNSHADES. P ARASOIJS, RIBBONS. RASHES. H1S0
SATCHELS, BSfiLTS, &J., &c. AT 1
118 MAKKET ST.,
July 31 th sat tu
tSrSend for Cataloiraa.
mch 13 d&w ly
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Our Improved Articial Ear Drums cure Deafness hi all Btages. Recommepaea
BclenUflc men of Europo and Amerlea. Write for illustrated descriptive book and ttsumoui
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rnakp ( perminoat cura Addr033, J. jH. riieaoUon, 7 Murray gt Now York
june 30 ly d t th sat wly eow ' jl
FEW BBLS. OF FRESH
CORNED MULLEIS FOR SALE.
DAVIS &r SON.
E. G. Blair,
TJROKEB & COMMISSION MERCHANT
for the eale of Flour, Meal, Grain, Cotton and
Foreign Fruits. Merchandise and all kinds
of Country Produce sold and prompt 'returns
guaranteed, consignments solicited.
E. G. BLAIR.
No. 19 N. Second Street.
i ND ALL THE WEEK YOU WILL find
1 i !
large consignments of Apples, Peaches. Pears
Chickens, Eggs and all other country produce
xnese gooas must oe sold at once, call on
A. W. RIVENBARK; i '
The LiveSGrocer and Commission Merchant,
114 North Water at., s
y 5 wiimipgtonj N. C.
ArEW TABLE BOARDERS CAN BE
accommodated during the Summsr months
rvuuo.uM2 raies. .cusasani location, gooa
attendance and the bet tha mutrAt afrnrn.
Transient boarders accommodated! by the
uayorweex. aik. kubekt LEE,
113K Market Street,
July 11 1yd Aw Wilmington, N. C.
JJTJMPHREY A JENKINS IIAVj HE
wucu w uy,mno.ni con in irons street.
9 barrels fine Northprn PnViii ao vi tv.H
10 barrels Apples. 17 crates pressed and soft
HH-uw, ioj x cars, urapes, rigs, walnuts.
c. Consignments solicited and satisfaction
guaranteed. aug 29
"P" EAR ME FOR MY CAUSE AN $E 81-
lent, that ye may hear." . t
Colognes. tracts. Toilet and Sachet Pow-d,era-ltP.
Turkish Towels, Toilet! Cases
JnUllhs of Drugs Ac. PiescripUoS
" F. C MILLER'8,
pS 11 Corner Fourth and Nun sts
Dr. S. C. Ellis,
IRS JiSrTO -1 P
is what we propose.
values, such as are
JE3L JES 3E2.
mm 60c. u? ETer7one warrantol .oilUdcJ
GIVEN AWAY !
8 tut on length. 75c per pair. i
with fine deep cambric ruffle, with half tn
AVlLMINGTON, N. C.
- F. E. MTJICKLEK, EkcS.
Iiioil fire & Iron ki
- -.4 Unrrturrnrnmof mrii.
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