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WILMINGTON, N. C, THURSDAY. MAY 17, "1888;
-"NJYY" 1 1 Q tao views of correspondents mess so tt
iu.-tr pper regularly.
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ilt(i. j:.qr te, c. th.
U fFECTlAL. SftCFlC FCR
Howel C .n;Ulnt,
ltM, SJ ' Heartache,
Jltuu w I- - - -
. . IXDXX TO NW ADTrfBTISXXIXTS.
F C Miujkb Diamond Dyes
" 31 M Katx Special Bargains
. Louis n Mxakes- Bathing Suits.
Hkxxsbxbgxr -Base Ball Supplies
Taylor's Bazaar Talk of the Town
Mrs is Wiggins Closing Out at Cost
The steamer Adrian is oat this af
ternoon for practice.
The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 43 bales.
Strawberries sold this .morning at
H and 6 cents a quart.
But one case before the "Mayor
this morning and that was a trifling
Wllliston GrAdel School.
Mr. C. P. VonKainpen has gone The pupils of the Williston Gra
North on an extensive trip com- ded School request visits from their
bining business and pleasure. parents and friends on Friday, May
Rev. Dr. Pritchard has' "returned 18th between the hours of 10 and 12
..j.vii stall fc8 Wit&ont II,
. kcrtrvM.li iriinmHlJateusr.
VtU IS fLT ONE
nffiOHS IIVER REGULATOR
, H.ZEIUN 4 C?.. Wf J7J2
a i -
Kr.rVper.s frit-mis are oooiumg
la ia 5e York ami he may de-
eoDsMerable btreugth else
It 8ttus to be either Blafne
r D in the Kat. Sherman
xk Ua lo02 ways below par. .
Prof. Wi ;in, tne weather pro-
ti at a mild earthquake IsHke-
ItU) ciccur onthe Pacitlc coast, prob-
tbJj in California, between now and
Octor. The wisuiic disturbance
mill wore arrosj from Akia, but he
ar it mav nter reach this side of
the PariSc after all
AmeHeAo enterprise is felt at
lntojunl Siretfen, which has just
Wa proriJetf with the most north
eWfric light, station' in the
rJA. The lamps there are lighted
n J 5) o'clock in the afternoon, and
fit out at li.n o'clock at night.
ExXiror Morgan II. Bulkeley,of
Bxr.fonl, celebratetl his retirement
ca cSf the other day by a very
rwfu!aet. He presented to the
&j portraits of all its mayors for
&t past one liumlreil years, which
EaJ eollectcil and framed uni
fcrs-'j at no small expense.
ICLicao insurance agent says
'it WTeral large dry goods houses
L.at city have each a special em
rcjee who iloeauothiug but attend
- their insurance. Ami it keeps
2:21 busy, too, for the average line
insurance carried by une cotupa
tjouanyone rbk is f5,000, while
tAny of the.lry goods firms have an
durance of $1,000,000 or over. '
Butt's pajforama goes hence to
Florence, where it exhibits next
Monday and Tuesday.
At the last regular meetingof Ger-mania-
Cornet Band several new
members were admitted.
to the city from Richmond.
Ws Will Be There.
Thanks to the Committee, Lieut.
W.N. Harriss;Bergt.'Duval French,
Sergt. Thos. Gause, Cornoral E. W.
Moore and Private W. R. Morrison,
for an invitation to attend the re
ception to be given by the Wijming
ton Light Infantry at their Armory
on next Monday evening.. :
A Weekly Half-Holiday.
The butchers in Front street mar-
in the forenoon. M An opportunity
will thus be given of inspecting the
methotls employed;by the teach erg.
Pupils and teachers -will strive to
make all have a pleasant time.
Please encourge th'em by your pres
ence..- - . - . !' ' " -: :
new AaVJBKTisEMENTs. new zhvmKinnizz:::-
B ATHING SUITS
Gentlemen's Furnisher and Hatter,
' .my 17 - ?12 No. Itont
Selling Off at Co
, Cobble Stones Give. Way. I -
. North Front street is to be
jpith Belgian blockig. This is a
The old cobble stones are being
moved and the street force is
School Books and School Station
ery you can buy cheapest at Heins
Wire Cloth for. your windows and
and door 'can be had at Jacobi's
Udw. Depot. . . t
For North Carolina, slightly cool
er, precedeil by warmer weather,
fair with light to fresh northeasterly
winds, becoming variable.
JThe Carolina Oil & Creosote
yforkshave been awarded the con
tract for supplying the creosoted
piles and timbers for the pier and
wharf of the United States enstom
house at Charleston.
They had made up their minds to
go blackflshing and blackflshing
theyvent. The Pas&porl had a good
crowd on board this morning, and
we hope that they have had fine
sport, although the wind has been
from the East all da v.
&veral enthusiastic llostnn ceii.
-faett'haTe invented a new method
win- the surplus in the United
sates treasury. They propose to
ItlQCih m tntv 1 1 . .
1 merest oy naviug
' 'eraaeut establish depositor
I0.103 fcotO without interest to ail
Charle, Denby, minister to
);Denocritsas a candidate for
C Prsidney, and his letter
C1 to the use of his name is
i ;;'jbeJ- Col. Denbv is a native
!i-!r??illjH graduate of tht
ti "iUkC 01 Aexmgton. 11
WWl!!lditiQCtonin the Unioi
t -J is considered one of
FarnTeTs' Mortgage and Qe-
AW Panyhas Unchartered
rijl with authortied
In'00'000- The corpora
TU f Panose of this com
!S?uh CHplUl in Various
SUirt South 'reasonable
rWdan ltas a,nMlam much
V.. 'Vtlie rii .
ry best .medicine to
- - -
The picture of Carolina Beach
which is seen about in places is
pretty enough in its way, but it
doesn't do the subject justice. The
Beach is a much prettier place than
the picture would have us believe.
uome again. iou wilt linu us
back in our old quarters. No. 27
Market street, from where we had
to move on account of the late fire
We are now prepared to furnish al
our'customers with the best of Shirts
Gent's Drawers and Furnishing
Goorts." Try. us. Wilmington Shirt
Factory, J. Elsbach, Prop. t
Cock Crystal Spectacles and Kyeglaases
a.uvice 10 oiu. anu yountr. in se
Iccting spectacles you should be can
tlous not to take more magnifying
. i m m
votccr tiian lias been lost to the eve
as in the same proportion that you
pass that point of Increase, will cause
you further injury to the eye. Using
glasses of stronger power than is ne
cessary is the daily cause of previa
turc old age to (he sight. You can get
the best at Heinsbergers.
The reunion of the Association of
Officers of the Third North Carolina
I u fan try, was held yesterday - at
Capt. Nortl iron's place, on Green
ville Sound. There were only ten
present, seven of whom are surviv
ing ofOolrsof that gallant command.
These are Col. W. L. DeRosset,Capt.
R. F. Laugdou, Col. Jno. L. Cant-
well, Capt. W. II. Northrop, Capt.
James I. Metts, Lieut. xVL. DeRos
set and Lieut. Jos; Darden, the lat
ter of Kins too. Hon. Geo. Davis,
an honorary member, was also pres
ent, as were also. Mr. W. M. Gum
ming and Mr. W. B. Walker, eldest
sons of deceased officers of the Third
and therefore .themselves members
of the Association. . . -
ket have taken a good, square grip on the job of . putting, down the
on the situation. They have agreed blocks. The RKViitw has been'per
to close on every Friday afternoon sistent in urging that the rough and
during the Summer for. the benefit unsightly cobble stones be taken np
of their employes, thus giving one and that the Belgian blocks be ?aid
half-holiday in each week. The all the way up the street to the de
agreement croes into effect on the not and we are eladi to know that
the work is being done at last.;
Hates to Charlotte for the 20th.
The Carolina Central people can
always be relied on to do the hand-
. . EvangeircaljAlllance. -
first public jlmeeting of the
some thing. All the ticket agents Evangelical Alliance of Wilmington
along the line of. that -road have will be held at th e Fi rst Presby te
been instructed to sell reduced rate rian Church at 8 p.' m. to-night. AH
tickets to Charlotte for May 20. The communicahtsinevangelical church
tickets are to be put on sale at all es are eligibla to membership. in the
stations on the 18th, 19th and 20th? Alliance, and. it is hoped that a
and will be good to return until arid large number willjj be present for
including the 22d. participation in thle organization.
Nothins Fairer. - After organization is eflfected, Rev.
I. Shrier, at No. 16 N. Front street Messrs- Strange, Primrose and Hoge
n..t0oU if an ,Mtl,Mw will present different aspects of the
Clothing,HatsandFurnishiogGoods Sday question.
are not perfectly satisfied, he will
refund the money. He also guaran j
tees to save you from 15 to 25 per
cent, on the identical goods you
may purchase elsewhere. . It will be
of no expense to you to convince
yourself of the fact and you will be !
money ahead by calling at
The Old Reliable Clothier,
No. 16 and 20 N. Front St.
Sign of Golden Arm. " tf
WANTEH AN INTELLIGENT EARNEST
man to represent a large, responsible
. Will close. out at Gost the
house in his own locality and outside of large J rrf A,!,. j i ot 1
cities. A jemuneratlve salary to - right party. J -L-lcgan t atla Complete btOCU
References exchanenprt - .. ' 'f r t . .
pi juress j nmrnings, tJuttons?,
Fancy Goods. Laces' Fancv
HOWELL & 0TTMMING, Work Materials, Tea.Trays,
I x iaies,mna iniks, t ancy lias-
SPRIFJC BEDS. F ' 'lln room
:wfv im Vu rf w 9 for Millinery Department,
UPHOLSTERED. SPRINGS, fc ,irauc
' , and all kinds of
FOR SALE. ALSO. - .
riNE FIBRE PILLOWS, BOLST.EKS
, . CUSHIONS. "
ffST- MATTRESSES RENOVATED Jaj .
- my is tf "
vllsefal Bridal Presents,
UCH MORE DESIRABLE TO YOUNG
married people than the many pieces of sllveH
given at weddings and fit only for display,
for sale at -
Live Book and Music Store.
ap 18 . - ,
of 'all descriptions! - ...
A Vacancy Filled.
Mr. Walter Rutland has been ap
pointed Local Freight Agent here
of "the Wilmington & Weldon and
Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta
Railroads, to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of Mr. W, J. Yopp.
The Union Depot Agency, hereto
fore distinct, has also been placed
under Mr. Rutland's supervision,
tha uniting the through and local
agencies -in one. Mr. William M.
Parsley will be Mr. Rutland's chief
assistant. . ' . - .
- Mr. Rutland has had charge of
the business for kouia months Tvutt
n T . I .
f !i wT. c. A full fttKnrttrf during Mr. loprCs sickness, and has
7 ,ftd for i.k .... 1 tf...
"v! bYu-arul fresh. ,v u Kriicrui bJuiMaruuu. , .
Fly Trap, ett and cheapest, at
Jacobi's lid w. Depot. " t V
Supreme Lodge Ciood Samaritans.
A. R. Middleton, j of Kenansville,
Grand Chief of Grand Lodge No. 2,
I. .O. G. S., is in the; city making ar- j
rangements for the; meeting of the
Supreme Grand Lodge of the United
States, which convenes in this city
on the 29th inst. Delegates are .ex
pected here on thai; occasion from
every State and Territory in the
Union, two delegates being accred
ited to each. ' It wilt be a big" occa-
The Planets in May. sion and the members of the loderes
The sky is alive during the starlit here will see that their visitors are
nights of May with the wanderings j handsomely entertained
of our brother planets, as in various
aspects they-sweep into their vast stedman stock.
orbits n.ronnd fhe o-reat central or- A telegram received here yester-
bit. Jupiter, Mars and Saturn are day afternoon fronk Windsor j says
evening stars, are all visible in the that the Bertie county Democratic
rew Goods, in latest styles, arriving daily. A
Atiii otucK ui juiuinery uoos always
on hand, at lowest In the city.
. special Sale this week of .
CHILURENfS SAILOR HATS.
116 Market St.
Hats in Late st Styles,
- . From J55tnts upward.
WE WILL OFFER FOR THIS WEEK
500 Fancy Color?d JerseFs t0 match Sum
mer Dress Goods, worth 81.25 for 85c.
at less than cost this week:
early evening, and are in tine posi
tion for observation. Jupiter, the
"star of" imperial Jove," heads the
list, superb in size and coloring fie
is retrograding, or moving back
wards, and almost brushes Beta
Scorpii ' in his course. Mars, also
retrograding, emulating his lordly
rival, encounters slowly-moving
Urauus in his course, and pale Sat
urn, moving eastward or in a direct
for Stedman i
convention, was solid
for Governor. j; v
The Dare county convention in
structed for Stedman for Governor
Pasquotank county delegates j are 98 cents.
divided between ;Stedman and
Cloth Shades Jerseys, worth 3.25 for
Please call earlv and loava m mfnnnr m.
ders for Sundav. so as tn vmi tvia moh i.
latter pan of We"welc.":.." ,Tr- :
"WE LEAD, BUT NEVER FOLLOW.",
' Respectfully, - . - . "
MRS. E, B. VIGGINS .
my is .."-.,
250 Cl0tl1 BlaCk Jerseys' wortn 1'585 ror I jyj11 Wm A McGWAN wlli collect suhscrlp-
tlons due THE DAILY REVIEW; and 'solicit
The Asheville Sun says the moun
tain Democracy are nearly solid for
The Anson countyf delegation will
be divided. between Alexander and
course, advances towards Praesepe,
the starry cluster, through which he Stedman.
twill nrouotiflv nlnntro All tlionlnn. I
. xr I suffered from a very severe cold
ets except Venus are congregated . nv heatl - for montliis an(l used
on the sun's eastern v side - from th everything recommehded bnt could LA '
. . . . . . n,. . . I . " C ITT ' J. I VA
lfjtn totiieJUtn. rue love v month cret no reuer. was auviseu 10 use
ofMftv xvIipii flnwPM hlo-n birds Ely's Cream Balm. It has worked
or May, wiien llowers Dioom,, birds nk masic in its cure. I am free
sing tneir sweetest songs ami tne fr0mmy cold afterjisingr-the Balm
earth is with .verdure clad, holds lone week and I belieVe it is the best
also in its trlf L as soon as the even- remeay Known, v eenng graieiui
1 11 t I for what it has done Tor me I send
ing shades prevail, a charming pic- rpsf iin0nial.-iSa unel J Harris.
. 1: I - : . y
ture 01 our nearest ceiesuai neign- Wholesale Grocer, J19 Front St.,
bors, as, looking down with friendly I New York."
Twebottles of Ely's Crealu Balm
Black SILKS, worth 81.25 for 85c.
Black SILKS, worth 81.40 for 81.00.
Black- and Colored BRADAMES, worth 81.35
for 98c - v
SUMMER SILKS 35 and 50c V V
Ladles Super Gause Vests, worth 50c. for
40c. - . ' -
Ladies' Extra Quality Vests, worth 81.00
eyes upon our little planet, tney
move, swayed by undeviating laws,
over the vast concave that arches
above us. The planets are more
tangible than the other inhabitant
of celestial space, for they are mem
bers of the same family as the earth,
lave tne same origin anu tne same
Second round of Quarterly Meet
inirs for the Wilmintrton District of
the Methodist E. Church, South:
Brunswick circuit, at Concord,
May 5 and 6. . .-
South port Station, May 6 and 7.
Grace Church, at Wilmington, May
12 and 13. - .
Whiteille circuit, at Fair Bluff,
May 19 and 20.
Carver s Creek circuit. atWayman,
May 2G and 27.
Clinton circuit, at Andrew's Chap
el, June 2 and 3.
cured the wife of a well known ; U.
! S. A. General and also two army;of
! ficers in Arizona of catarrh.
Children's Vests for 25c
Men's Vests, from 25c; up. -Black
and Colored Silk Mitts 19c
Ladles' Gloves, worth 25c for 15c
Ladies' Gloves, worth 35c. for 20c.
Ladies' Gloves, worth 40c for 25c
Wash-Fabrics, from S cents up. '
The malls close and arrive at the City Post
office as follows: f -, ' -
Northern through malls, fast. . . . . . .8 .00 P. M.
Northern through and way mails. . .1L00 A. M.
N. c ana a. & n. c. Railroads and
routes supplied therefrom......... 8.00 A. M.
Kalelgh & Fayettev?e. 6.00 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
soutnern way mans 1. 6.30 Y. m.
Southern through malls !...... ..' 9.15 P- M,
Western mails (C C. Railway).... .. 5.45 A. M.
Cape Fear & Y V R R and points sup
plied therefrom 5.45P.M.
Raleigh & Hamlet R. R. and points
suppuea inereutJm...... s.ou 1. jvi.
2.00 P. M.
8.30 A. M.
' To arrive via Steamer one lot of
38-inch All-Wool Dress
' Cheap at 50 cents, for 35 cents.
June 10 and 17.
Onslow circuit, at Jacksonville,
June 23 and 24.
Elizabeth circuit, at Purtlies, June
SO and July 1.
Cokesbury circuit, . at McNates,
July 7 and 8.
liladen circuit, at Center, July 14
and 15. ' '' ,
Waccamaw circuit, at Shiloh, July
21 and 22.
Brunswick Mission, July 21 and 22.
T. W. GOTHRIRt P. E.
TUESDAY AND FRIDAYS.
Onslow C. II. and intermediate offi
ces..... Jfc. 6.00 A. M.
Little River, a C. and intermediate
offices.... .-4.... 3.00 P.M.
Cape Fear River mall. . L. .. L00 P. M.
' OPEN FOR DELIVERY
Northern and way malls.. 8.30 P. M.
nt fTharitv I Northern through mall, late.... .1LO0P. M.
Southern way malls. . . , J. a30 A. 31.
CaroTln,Central R. R......L 9.30 A. M.
Mails coirectwl cvm street boxes in business
portion of city at 5 A. M.-, 11 A-3L and 4.45- P.
ALand from other points of the city at 5 P. 5L
and 4 A.M. i 1 - -' v
. General delivery open from 6.30 A. 31. to 7-OOt
f. u, ana on sunaays rrom u.uu 10 iasu a. m.
Carrier delivery open on Sunday from 9J
to loan a. 3f. ! - -:!
Money Order and Register Department open
from 8 A. M..to 5 P. M., continuous.
. Stamp Office open from 8.00 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Stamps on sale at general delivery 6.30 A.M.
to 10 A. 3L and 1 to 7 P. M. . j ;
SWISS AND NAINSOOK FLQUNMGS
VERY DESIRABLE ALL-OVERS, :
Swiss Embroidered Aprons
REM EMBER THURSDAY IS SPECIAL BAR
GAIN DAY, jAT
Burglars.1 You can be safe from
them bv usincr the. Bur-'lar Proof
Blind Locks; sold at Jacoli's.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
i Trust CiEjiasv
. Another lot of " those celebrated
Oil Stoves just received at Jacobi':; i
.Udw. Depot. " It will pay you to use .
one. t - t 'j
H ff AHKET. BETWKKX I JfKrnIV AT)
lYl Third Streets. H 1 , .
t TlTf XT TTTT 9 nt?fi
new subscribers. -
rJpticov ;v '
TOnN WERNER, THE BARBER, .HAS
U .opened a Batber Shop on the East eU of
Second street, next to the Grocery Store cf A.
II. Holmes, at which place patrons and the
public generally are Invited ; to call and pet
strictly first-class work, . Shave 10a, Hair Cut
20c, Shampoo 20a - my 11 tf
O CHEDULE OF STEAMER
I SYLVAN GROVE J
untfl further notice. Leaves'
at 9:30 M. fend 3 P. 31. Train returniiig leaves
BeacbTat 1P.M. and.6 P. 3f. -
1 0 - . J- W. HARPER,
my 8 tf - General Manager..
A New Pattern Oil Stove,
SAID TO BE THE BEST YET INVENTED.
Refrigerators. Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,
&e. Improved Pattern Door and Window
Screens and Frames. .
j " For sale by V " - . . ' . -;
ALDERMAN, FLANNER 4; CO., -
I! - Dealers In Hardware. Tinware. &c
my 7d&w .t -- , Wilmington. 2i. CJ
0. 0. VOLLEIIS,
jgAVTNG CLOSED OUT MY UQUOR Bus
iness. I will enlarge my store so as to lucre 73
my .commission and .Grocery Business. la
stead of Liquors I -will put In a comrvrto
stock of Dry ' Goods. Notfon3. AC Cons! :-n-
ments solicited. Highest prices paid for all
kinds of Couutry Produce.- All orders prorr pc
ly attended to. Advances made on aileorr : 3
ments. - 0. o. voLLEi:y.
my ltf - - No 8 North Water ti.
ACCIDENT, FIRE, LIFE, 3IARINE, KENT
AND TORNADO INSURANCE. -!
L - ; . Apply to
: . SMITH & BOATWRIGIIT.
I . NaJ4 N. Water htrc-t '
men IS tf ju Telephone N0.7 r
I ; Gpecialc
Q.ARDEN HOSE, DOG COLLARS,- LAV.":
Jlowers. Fishing Tackle. Come In and 1 :
at them. . We have the goods and can 1...;
tocrprices tojsuit. . -
my 14 tf f 14 Front St., Wilmington, N. c.
Field pro q c cl
THE BEST LINE OF CROQUET Wll QUAL
ity and Price ever offered. goo1, ci.e ;i
JOHN WILDER ATKINSON, Pre3ldcmT,
W. P.TOOMER. Cashier. -
Lends money on Katisfactory security. -
Pa js interest on deposits. ! " . -
Is empowered to execute Trusts of all kinds,
Durable. Also Lawn Tennis, at
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