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W 1 LM INGTON, ; N. C TBTJRSD A Y JUNE 28, 1888.
.-.ik.r of I1ASW. b-
rA- n no medium throajch
tf X.tcJ mnd effete matter
iter alUwkl tbc tJ9ura
It It caused
rr. tv&r.' nnt noush bile
SiTiSnl ihV blood' to produce
SgJrfSili iucU rwttlU a
m of Appetite,
-.Bad Breath, etc.
-.w,rt of Constipation doe 1101
IXDZX TO .NlW ADTXKTI3IMXXTS.
C M iij.i Diamond Djes
W Makxino Atlantic View
Taylor's IUzaak Low Prices
Exccmios To CarollnaBeach
Stltak CJ hove Carolina Beach
Loris 11 Mkakes Flannel Shirts
llcixtf KEBtiCK 1'lanos and Urjaua
MksK.11 Wiuuin Just Kecelvtd
Howell CrxxiNUMattre Factory
TukStoklet IIocjje salt Water Delicacies
Hvxt Wednesday is the Fonrtli.
Tiger Cigarettes will give satisfac-
Acsdemy of the Incarnation. I
The Annual Commencement of
the Academy of the Incarnation
took place last nignt. The exercises
opened, with a grand march of all
the pupils, Misa Rebecca Weill pre
siding at the piano. Addresses and
recitations were delivered by Miss
Maggie Price, Miss Eliza Weill. Missi
Theresa Westenuann, Miss Hattie
! Taylor. A recitation by Miss Daisy j
Tiger Cigarettes a substitute for;
paper wrapped goods.
V SrtoDc m welU and notproduce
Xf"I8a"- wa caHcJ to Smioas
- t'r Ik?:,r,inniot errry-
It U said that thu Seacoast lUil
rood carritl down about TOO people
10,00vJ Tiger tJigarette hav been
wold here to one organization, for
private u.. lw
WireClotli for your windows ami
aiul doors can be had at Jacobi'
Do not be induced to take some
other preparation when you call for
l mkxI Nnnyiparilla. lie Mire 10 get
Secodd to None.
It is said that the Seacoast R. R.
HeAPHow he Saved St. Michael V cost about $100,000 and that the
was remarkably spirited, and an ad- company will spend about $50,000
dress bv MisH Rebecca L. Weill, on the hotels and grounds at .the
Vk..ni..rii flrwf ,mrtfr;f-UnmQJO(jk. We mention this mere-
the nroirramme. was excee
Premiums were awarded as fol
lw i Second round of Quarterly Meet
The Sylvan Grove took down large 'the Methodist E. Church. South: .
crowds to the Beach yesterday, both Elizabeth circuit, at Purdies, June
morin and afternoon... by circuit, at McNt,
latter occasion the Congressional ijune 14 andl5. 4
Dladeu circuit, at Center, June 7
and 8. T v
Waccamaw circuit, at Shiloh, July
21 and 22. . t a
Bmnswick Mission, July 21 and 22.
T. W. Guthuik, P. E.
delegates and their lady friends
helped to swell the number.
gTEAMER SY1YVAN OROTI leave
for Carolina Beach on Friday and Saturi iy
at 9:30 a. m. and 2-J3Q p. m. liislc for dancing.
THE MAILS. J. :
" The malls close and arrive at the City Post
office as follows: r 1
Northern throuerh malls, fist .8 .00 P. M.
llnHv ly to show our country trienus now Northern through ana way mans. ..u,uu a. sl.
much in earnest the company are in ; Votw sSpU'ttSiSi. 8.06 A. M.
n,;,Vr.!i Educed lb to.
ATohd Thobutchbr, -ill probably close
Swiriooki-KHijes. Yi early in the fornoon or the thinland
w-rtr?f.y kUJtit.tut b imt ntun iL.'jiiu until the morniiiir of
mm r .
AjtldokSpn Court. Lbb Co., C, llieUUH.
rh, nnti fkr Crnufne, There was a flight rain here tin
.WnrwiieiwlZTi Hioriiuij; ueiore imy, out mere
J. 1L. 7FIT.IX A CO
PIAXOS AND ORGANS
trtKTO ME roll TRICES AND TERMS
w.i.n:n'a Iasirumnt. as I :wp one
g urv"i MOl'KS Of
PIANOS AND OROANS
IN THE MUTII. .
lmvii jo'i any of the first-class manu-
only about enough of it to wet the
.There will be a big time on the
Fourth at Carolina Beach. We
hear a grand display of fireworks
spoken of as one of the attractions
It was Mr. M. Bellamy, and not
Mr. John D. Bellamy, Jr., who re
ported the resolutions in the Con
vention yesterday. Our report was
necessarily hurried and incomplete.
The country calls for three cheers
and a million "Tigers" for the can
TRO U90 UPWARDS.
riUIH 45 UPWARDS.
03 mi CATALOGUE.
RALEIOH. N. C.
BRANCH HOUSE :
i MnrMt. brlirtTa rront and Second,
WILMl X 5TOX. N. C.
The Cape Fear section is again
under obligations to Senator Kan-
som, in the matter of the appropria
tion named for our river and
bar. In this instance the Senator
had the amount increased in the
1 Sen Ate from $100,000 to $240,000.
The First Baptist Sunday School
will give an excursion on the Sylvan
Grove to-morrow to Carolina Beach.
The boat leaves her wharf at 0:30 a.
m. and 2:30 p. m. Refreshments
will be served on the boat at city
WRICIIITSVII.LK. X. C.
The Mayor had fourteen persons
before him this morning who had
been arrested yesterday for keeping
unlicensed dogs on their premises
f T announce TO THE PUBLIC! They were all required to pay the
utUtkadiH-utlemen and their Families! cost in their case ami procure
yss4 ta soiND for a day's recreation can rnr th do 's
jt iiFKEoie of mylarse panuon ana r "
-nqiK Vtlsrr thrr desire to tafce their I
-t'ik cw or trta? their own lunchj Vllmlnston ami Fyeltvllle.
n i.t -mr I Tlwi ImiihIh which unite the two
spienaia uana ot Music. clllrt thl- tllI1H ure siIkell yetustre
ki ll:e ,oa fwsiort able place. close by and. lis indissoluble as steel. Mr,
'knitnn.M.ui.... .n4 .rinv ihn 1 1 - - narriss. jr.. aim iuiM
rew.v, - . I . . it. . 1 1 1
cUgeuie, iiie luveiy uiiimixuiiiiMwir
tl. WILSON MA?0rNO.
ed daughter of Mr. Jno D.Williams,
of Fayetteville, wereunited in mar
riage on Friday last. The bride am
groom went to Morehead for a few
days and will afterwards go to.Cape
Slay. They will reside in Phila
delphia where Mr. Harriss is engag
ed in -business.
RockCrytUtl Spectacle ami Eye?Usei
Advice to old and young: In se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
votver than has been lost to the eve
as in the same projortion that you
pass that ioint of increase, will cause
you further injury to the eye. Using
glasses of stronger power than is ne
cessary is the daily cause of prema
ture old age' to the sight. You can get
the best at Heinsberger's.
Attention Young Men Democratic Club.
All members are hereby notiiied
that I. Shrier has the" coutract to
furnish uniforms, where subscrip
tions' and names for enrollment will
hereafter be received.
E. II. FllKKMAN,
ChVm Finance Com.
Bathing Suits. Come down to
lS, Sule Shoe In the
Jr-ttV w, Laiu to wear the stocking
CT.U-tfiiT: -ttt4 them as comfortable
. x M a luukd sewed &hoc Bur it o-t ,101, Plonnol
r" LrJ?amae stamped on' "i4uB,10.
I w.i,, ulx,1i4ssaoe,wrrnted. j Bathing Suits, in all sizes and colors,
it''ESSy1! sok, the orunnalUold at the lowest manufacturing
T T V A Kill V II II 1 1 . a XVI X V
a cje hhoei fTrT'frr nrices at t he W iimington on irt r ac-
Christian Doctrine and Sacred
Ilistorv. 1st Class Misses Katie
Madigan, Corina Lee. Katie West-
ermauu, Maggie Price, Jauie (ilav
. . rn wt
11. ami t;iass Misses luerew hps
ermanu, Athalia Green, Lucy
Wright. 3rd Class Misses Loisi
Wright, Ella Williams. 4th Class-
Misses Katie Torpy, Mary Veney,
Katie Larkins, Maggie Iarkins,
Katie Furlong, Cecilia Quinlivan
Katie Carroll. 5th Class Misses
Augusta Bates, Hope Veney, Mary
Bates, JJessie Quinlivan.
English Course Senior Division-
Class A Miss Uebecea L. Weill
(graduate), gold medal.
Class C Branches studied during
the scholastic year gram mar.rheto-
ric, composition, literature,astrono
my, history, philosophy, elocution,
mathematics Misses Kate Wester-
maun, Daisy Bear, Corina Lee.
Intermediate Division Class B
Branches studied during the scholas
tic year grammar, composition,
history, orthography, ejocution
arithmetic Misses Rebecca 1 Bear
Maggie Price, Janie Glavin, Julia'
Cla&s C Misses Theresa Wester-
mann, Lucy Wright, Eliza Weill,
Junior Class Blanches studied
during the year, grammar, letter-
writing, geography, history, orthog-
rnnhv. arithmetic Ml ises Atnaua
Green, Lois Wright, Ella William
orvn TTnnn rn.blv mentioned. Miss
Primary Division Class A Misses
Lily Bear, Kate Torpy, Bertha Bear
Honorably mentioned Misses Kate
T.nrklns. Masririe Larkins, Katie
Class B Misses Cecilia Quinlivan,
Kate Carroll. Honorably mention
ed, Miss Hope Veney.
Class C Misses Jessie Quinlivan,
Miriam Bear. Honorably mention
ed. Misses Augusta and Mary Bates.
Music Misses Rebecca L. Weill,
Maggie Price. Honorably mention
ed. Misses Katie Madigan, Bertha
Hear, Katie Carroll.
Crayon Drawing and Painting
Miss Rebecca L. Weill.
Painting in Water Colors Misses
Kate Westermann, Daisy BearfMag
French Misses 'R. L. Weill, Daisy
Bear, Kate. Westermann.
Special premiums were awarded
Politeness and Amiability Miss
Rebecca L. Weill.
Composition Miss Corina Lee.
History Miss Maggie Price.
Improvement in History Miss
SpelllugMiss Jalia Bear. t
Writing Miss Eliza Weill.
Arithmetic Miss Tlieresa Wester
Grammar Miss Hattie Taylor.
Observance of Rules Miss Kate
Misses Kate and Maggie Larkins,
A t T . TJnAa TlfftV
aUKUMlt UUU DH.tl.1 Y JJUID.
O'Connor and Alice Torpy deserve
special mention for attention to
study during their short time at
Valedictory Miss Rebecca Weill.
The interesting exercises conclud .
ed with an address by R3V. M. S.
Gross, and the "Vacation Song"
sung by the school.
j seaside resort second to none 011 the
South Atlantic coast.
hoes costlns from f prices a
-so shoe Is unex-
; tory, 27 Market st. J. Elsbach, Prop.
' Look for the blue awning. t
! lZtnil? i If you want to feel , comfortable
F -rtiLl-. aaaif Vrf; la vdktvss, ami wen ail you ueeuiai Kwi
'i1. mock You will find the largest as-
ip wuxatogtoa, 5l. c 'ger's. .
A Deautlful View.
The view from the tower of the
'.new hotel at the Hummock is some- Sntfthvme...,.
thing superb, it is 00 leer irom tne
ground and one can see up the coast
and down the coast and out to sea for
miles. Wrightsville and Summer
Rest, dotted with t heir neat cottages,
lies to the rear while Middle Sound
to the North and Masouooro to
the South are plainly in view.
Just below oue looks down upon
the pavilion with its scene of busy
life and the beautiful live oak grove
which is like a vast garden spread
out beneath the observer's view.
The Work ait the Hummock.
Work on the new hotel at the
Hummock is progressing rapidly.
Capt. J. S. Allen, the contractor.has
a large force of bauds there, who
s arm all over the building and are
pushing forward as fast as possible, !
but there is a great deal yet to be!
done. Mr. Bryan, the lessee of the
hotel, expects to open a part of the
bilding on the Fourth. The large
pavilion seems to be about com
pleted. It is an immense building.
The pavilion for the colored people
is also being rushed to completion
and will soon be ready.
Rev. J. C. Huske, D. D., of Fay
etteville, is in. .the city 011 a brief
Mr. E. J. Powers left here this
morning for Brooklyn, N. Y., where
he will pass several months of the
We are glad to hear that Rt. Rev.
A. A. Watson, 1. D., who has been
quite sick for some time past at his
residence in this, city, is now im
proving. Rev. F. W. B. Peschau returned
to the city last night- from More
head. Rev. R. B. Drane is in the city 011
a brief visit to relatives here.
The Rowing Club. ;
A meeting was held last njght at
the office of Messrs. Smi.th & Boat -wright,
for the purpose of organiz
ing a rowing club. Mr. Alya Burr
was called to the Chair and Mr. E.
W. Hewlett was made Secretary.
On motion of Mr. Jos. D. Smith a
committee of three was appointed
by the Chair to draw up resolutions
of organization for the club to be
presented and acted upon at the
next meeting to be called by the
The Chair named as this commit
tee Messrs. Jos. D. Smith, F. P. Ris
ley and R. W. Wallace.
Fifteen applications for. member
ship are in hand, to be acted upon
as soon asa permanent organization
is formed. These are in addition to
those present at the meeting last
Tiger Cigarettes, bright Virginia
filled and Havanna seed wrapper.
lw ' . - . "
New Music Honse.
J. L. Stone, the popular music
dealer of Raleigh, has established a
a branch house at Wilmington, on
Dock street one door from Front,
where may be found a number of
the celebrated Emerson pianos, also
other makes from $190. upwards.
Organs from $45. upwards. Every
one is invited to call and examine
the instruments. t
Southern way malls 6.30 P. M.
Southern through malls. ....... . 9.15 P- Mj
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Western malls (C. C. Hallway) 5.45 A. M,
Cape Fear & Y V K It and points sup
plied there! rom 5.45 P. SL
lialelh & Hamlet It. It. and points
supplied therefrom...... 3.uu 1. J.
8.30 A. M.
Clinton, special.... j.ioi.M.
TUESDAY AND FRIDAYS.
Onslow C. H. and intermediate offi- -
ces - 6.00A.M.
Little River, S. C, and Intermediate
offices.... .. - .. 2.00 P. M.
Caue Fear River mail . . 1.00 P. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern and way malls.... 8.30 P. M
Northern throuerh mail, late ....11.00 P. M
hbutherh mails - 0.30 A. M.
inntharnwav mails 9.30 A. M
( rolina Central It. It. 9.30 A. M.
Mails collected from street boxes In business
portion of city at 5 A. M.. 11 A. M. and 4.45 P.
M. and from other points 01 tne city at 5 r. in.
General delivery open from 6.30 A. M. to 7.00
P. M., and on Sundays from 9.00 to 10.30 A. M.
Carrier's delivery open on Sunday from 9.30
to 10.30 A. M. " 1 :
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 saie a general aeiivery e.j a.l
to 10 A. M. and 1 to 7 P. M.
The Queen on the Way Here.
The steamer Queen of SL John's
was to have left Jacksonville yes
terday, in accordance with a letter
received here this inorning- from
Capt. JR. P. Paddison. We may
therefore look for her here to-ruor.
row. She will be commanded by
Capt. Paddison, with Capt. C. C.
Morse as pilot. Her dock will be at . bertrer'-s.
the Walker wharf,; just South ofj
Another lot of those celebrated
Oil Stoves just received ' at Jacobfs
Hdw. -Depot. It will pay you to use
Burglars. You can be safe from
them by using the Burglar Proof
Blind Locks, sold at Jacobin -
Headquarters for BassBalls, Bats
Mask, Gloves, Belts &c., is at Heins
Fishing Tackle. A full assortment
of all kinds for both salt and fresh
water fishing at Jacobi's Hdw. De
pot. . - t -
N KV ADVEKTI8I3MISNT
Wall -Paper and Shades
Carpets and Mattine Laid I
ssice wurs guarauteeuj uy
WITH ' ' ": -
HO W ELL & 0UMMING,
Opposite the City HalL
MATTRESSES, PILLOWS, BOLSTERS,
SPRINGS, MOSQUITO BARS ."
J. W. HARPER,
.General liana jrr.
First Baptist-Sunday School
TO CAROLINA BE &.01T !
STEAMER SYLVAN ClROVE WILL LEAVE
ior Carolina Beach .with Sunday fcchocl
First Baptist Church on Friday at :30 a. m.
ana p. m. ,v J. w. iiaui'ljc.
je 28 it x , uenerai Manager.
WANTED-A WOMAN SENSE, ener-y
and respectability forour buslnejs In L r
locality; middle aped preferred. Salary to
per month. Permanent position. References
exchanged. , J. G. RE x CRAFT, Manager,
je 14 4w tn v . 33 Reaao bt., a. 1
exist tng between C s. Love and T.. D. Love,
under the firm name of C. S. Love & Co., was
dissolved on the 24th of June .by the death of
c. s. Love. The understened is alone author
ized to sign In liquidation. . :
: - ' T. D. LOVE,
je27yt y: " Surrlvlna: Partner.
P. s. These MOSQUITO BARS are some
The Stokley House,
TARTIES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
tions at Wrightsville will nnd the STOKLEY
HOUSE well supplied with all that is neces
sary. Board by the day, week or month at low
Pig Fish suppers to order at any hour dur
ing the evening.
All of the delicacies of salt water,flsh,crabs,
clams, shrimps, &c, furnished to guests.
Sailing Boats, Fishing Boats,Flshlng Tackle,
&c, furnished on short notice. .
CStokley House fronts the water and is
within 100 yards ot the Depot.
W. H. STOKLEY,
Je 18 tf Proprietor.
OLD PENS AND PENCILS, .
Lunch Baskets, '
Frames of all Kinds.
Bass and Kettle Drums,
Flutes, Fifes, Violins,
Guitars, Banjos, Harmonicas,
Best kind of Steel and Gut Strings, :
Looking Glasses, &c, Sec
Blank Books, Paper and Envelopes for sale
jes - ; " - ' .
ONLY GENUINE "MACINAW" HATS SOLD
LOUIS H. ME ARES,
12 NORTH FRONT,
Gentlemen's Furnisher and Hatter
je 21 ' : - -
J. T. HOWE W. H. NORWOOD
At the Hummock.
TTE HAVE OPENED A RESTAURANT AT
the end of the Pavillion set aside for the Col
ored People at the Hummock, where we are
prepared to furnish meals at all hours. ,
Three times a day., .
Oysters, Olams and Orabs
In any style desired.
sy-Weare also prepared to accommodate
White as well as Colored Customers, and we
guarantee satisfaction all & NORWOOD
EICK COLD BEER always on Jiand.
R. w. A. McOWAN wul collect subscrip
tions due THE DAILY KEVIEW.-and solicit
new subscribers. "
AltDEN HOSE. DOG COLLARS, .LAWN
s-. . 1 - .
Dog collars. Liirgest and unest , vji ; . - - - nnmft ln .nd
Dock street, assortment ever before brought to ; at lhem2 we have the good3 and can make
Tiger Cigarette smoke can be in-. this city, to be had at Jaeobi's Hd i w. : the prices touu
baled, without danger.
lw j Depot.
W. R. SPRINGER & CO.. '
14 Front SL, Wilmington, N. i
In Good C u p p I y .
".- - ' ' I - k
I HAVE A FINE SUPPLY NOW OF PRIME
Beef Cattle and will offer some
on my stalls every day this week. LAMB.
VEAL, MUTTON, &c, also in good supply.
J. F. GARRELL,
Front St. Market, South Side,
je 27 2t W. E. Worth & Co's Old Stand.
Of Interest to the Public.
Lad ies will Please Read this
MR. JOHN TAYLOR,
Dear Sir:- You have been
buying hats of our House for
the last twenty years, while
doing business in New York
and Wilmington, and always
have been a large buyer. We
send you by Clyde Line 153
dozen Ladies, Misses' and
Children's Hats, in all Colors
and best Shapes. We have
stopped making Summer Hats
for this season, and we close
out the lotatyour,own prices,
sojas to give your customers
in Wilmington ' some' -Bargains.
Hoping they will do
you some good, we are,
Very truly yours,
C..F. G. & CO.,
Prince St., N. Y. :
The above Hats are placed on our
counters and Bargains will be given
to every purchaseiTat wholesale and
FLOWERS, v't- CU-
Fashionable Goods and Low
are the two inducements offered to
all purchasers at
118 TJarket Ct.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
je 27 ' - . ' :
Wilmington Seacoast H. R.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 1, 1
Leave ....... 63ua.m
Leave........ 9u?) a. m
Leave........ 2-J0p. m
Leave. ; ". . i . p. m
Leave. . . . . . .if . ;j a. vi.
Leave 3:.?) p. m.
Leave...;... c:l p. ra.
Leave ..lu.uJp. m.
J. 1L CHADEOUEN, Js.,
June 13 ti General ila-jcr.