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bythe5uiarked pecuHarities, :
ftl"S!in of weariness and pains In the
tath. had taste in the mouth,
ndJitinu with occasional attacks
ofdifX ja the front of the head :
I Hgj dizziness, and yellowness of
Hnm loss of appetite.
5. tiS'of the stomach and bowels
Stn of spirits, and great melan-
rrVitli lassitude and a disposition
toS" everything for to-morrow.
" . tnrI flow of IJilo from the Uver
, iS to good health. When this
SoteSicted it results in
hb if nw'ttul, pooh leads to serious
fBiueh wnditiou that they ca
Mt work. Alter taking this re
E-itlRiv"l am bilious."
oae will wy,
'iit been suhje-t to severe spells of Con--sMiiofthe
Lier, and have been in the habit vt
frnni 1 5 to 2 J grains of calomel which gen
PLuilme up fr three or four days. Lately I .
been U.ing Simmons L5ver Regulator,
wtch 8iye me relief without any interruption to
tjbiaej5 "-J- Hlgg, Middleport, Ohio.
red on front of Yrappr
koiir 7m stamp iu
J.H.Zeiliu & Co., Fltiladclphia, l'a.
PUXOS AND ORGANS'
jrrRITKTO ME FOK PlilCES AND TERMS
teforebujing an Instrument, as I keep one
of me largest stocks of
PIANOS AND OEGANS
IN THE SOUT1I.
I can sell you any of theflrst-class manu
factures. FROM fl90 UPWARDS.
FROM $45 UPWARDS.
SKD FOR CATALOGUE.
RALEIGH, N. C.
BRANCH HOUSE :
3a Dock street, between Front and Second,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
The Stokley House,
pARTIKS IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
tlons at Wright svillewill find the STOKLEY
house well supplied with all that is neces
Board by the dar, week or month at low
Pi? Fish suppers ti order at any hour dur
ing the evening. '-
All of the delieades of salt water,flsh,crahs,
earns, scrimps, ic, furnished to guests.
SaiUii? Boats, Fishing Boats.FJshlng Tackle,
refurnished on short notice.
StOklev Hmivu front a th water and Is
wain ioo yards or the Depot,
te, , W. n. STOKLEY,
W- L. DOUGLAS
!? Safe?11 3 Mamies Sh K the
41pn w..1.1. niakfS thom ns mfnrtJirlP.
SS, Xoni8?. 9M( shoe. Buy
"""W t tv. uniess SLampea on
W 8 if OK is unex-
VfibJS ft S"K 13 woraby all
sAa ih,,t bcuol shoe ln toe world.
wiSJJ?6 wade in congress,
ff.nte w. Li'Ji?.1"' not sold by your deal
?( sale by DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mas..
Wilmington, N, C -
m,afelioitotts influence over every Kina
Sf biliousness. It restores the J.iver to
.r workius order, regulates tho Kcere
' iI.L.f hiif and ruts the dizentivo-orgaus
f?frnr.r.tllose costing $5 or $6, and
S ,0WJ- hand LcAs SUOE, the original
a"n-aiade shoes costing from $6
Mr. Blaine is expected to return I
on the City of New York on Wednesl j
day. - A big parade is to be given in
his; honor. A week or no ago the;
managers claimed that 200,000 men;
Avould. be in line. They are more !
modest now, putting it on Saturday
Hon. Roger O.' Mills addressed the
Harlem Democratic Club at their
ratification meeting on Saturdav
night. There was i an exceedingly
large -attendance, notwithstanding
the fact that a fearful storm was
raging at the time. Among the au
dience were hundreds of ladies.
It is said that the new Tariff bill
now being hatched out in the Seiir
ate Committee will be submitted to
Boss Blaine for tiis August approval
or disapproval, just as soon as lie
lauds in this country. As Blaine is
about the only big guutl.e Kads can
brin? to bear in this tight it will be
necessary to have his endorsement
of the bill at the outset.
And now we are told that it is con
sidered iu political circles in Berlin
that "the tension between France
and Italy is of the most serious char
acter." And it is all about "the pro
tectorate established by Italy over
Zulla." We should smile. These
European political tensions are very
elastic in their nature. They are
constantly being "strainedbutthey
Col. Brice, the chairman of the
Democratic Campaign Committee, is
not very much of a talker. That is
to say, he doesn't talk when he
hasn't got anything to say and he
never gives an opinion unless he has
excellent reasons for the faith that
is in him. For the first time, on
Saturday last, he expressed himself
freely as to the issue. He told a
New York Star reporter this:
"Making all allowances for ithe
natural enthusiasm of our corres-
fondents for the Democratic cause,
feel justified in saying that we will
carry Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois,
Wisconsin and Iowa, each of which
has hitherto been Republican in
every Presidential election since
The Sultan of Turkey has a nice
little household to keep up. He
doesn't do his own marketing,
though. According to the New York
Herald he has over 6,000 persons
about him, to whom three square
meals must be given every day. It
costs over $41,000,000 a year to keep
ud his establishment. Here is the
The estimate is that it costs per
year to supply the food for the Sul
tan's household, horses and animals,
aside from the value of the product
of the vast farms, very nearly if not
quite $ 5,000,000
Cost of rurniture, beaaing
and car pets 3,000,000
Drugs, women's clothes,
jewels, cosmetics 10,000,000
Caprices of all kinds 15,000,000
Sultan's clothes and bed
Sundries,presents and ser
vants' wages 4,000,000
Plate, gold and silver
Carriages, 474 of them 474,000
That is a snug little hum,, but it is
an under rather than art' over esti
mate, as every one who has lived
Ions iu Turkey and had means of
judging and seeing the reckless ex
CT.U . . ill
travagance or the rovai nousenoiu
will concede. Kvery tittle while one
of the Sultanas will tire of her fur
niture and order her rooms refur
nished, instantly, and this will cause
the others to insist upon having
theirs doue so, too, and all these
changes are verv costly and come
under the head of household ex
penses. So that large as the sum
Appears it is still not large enough.
Are you weak and weary, over
worked and tired? Hood's Sarsapa-
rillaisjust the medicine to purify
your blood and give you strength.
The Campaign Organ.
The numerous newspapers of the
State have put on their war paint'
and settled down to business, We
may expect .some lively music be
fore November. The best campaign
Organ and-oue we can recommend
is sold by J. L. Stone. Polite and
attentive salesmen will take pleas
ure in showing instruments and giv
ing prices. t
ltock Cry 8 til Spectacles autl KyeRlasses
Advice to old and young: In se
luntmir BTtonrtir1. vnn sunn u drchii-
tious not to take more .iuaJiifying ;
O Mr - " !
u,irrr than has been lost to the eve1 J.-lv. -FeacocK, Wilson. K Uranu
vouer tn.aw ijiu uecii lv? ic cc aword Rearn
as in the same proportion that vou .VL?ff Vf.i xm.if
asm iupNm'c.H . . v; Eugene S, Martin, Wilmington
pass that point of increase, will cause E. Grand Warder.
you further injury tq the eye. Using; y, P. Suackenburg, Wilson E.
classes of stronger uower than is ne-. Grand Sentinel.
cessary i me uauy wubo r
ture old age to the sight, loucan gei
the best at He.nsberger'ei
WILMINGTON, N. C MONDAY. AUGUST 6,
IKDKX TO New Advebtisemknts.
barker's Ilain Balsam
Johnston & son Guns
M M Katz Special Bargains
V C Miller Cigars, cigarettes .
v & a R it change of Schedule
IIkinsbebgeu -Copying Presses
Island Beach Hotel Now Open
Louis 11 Meabes Flannel Shirts
Mks.E B Wiggins Visitors to jhft City
Bank or New Hanotek DiyideTdjNotice
Burglars. You can be safe from
them by using the Burglar Proof
Bund Locks, sold at Jacobi's.
Dog collars. Largest and finest
assortment ever before brought to
this city, to be had at Jacobi's Hdw
The directors of the Bank of New
Hanover have declared a semi-annual
dividend of 4 per cent., payable
on and after the 9th iust.
Fifty experienced hands wanted
on pants at once. N. ne but experi
enced hands need apply.
Clothier and Hatter,
16 N. Front street.
Bathing Suits. Come down to
Headquarters. 25 dozen Flannel
Bathing Suits, in all sizes and colors,
sold at the lowest manufacturing
prices at the Wilmington Shirt Fac
tory, 27 Market st., J. Elsbach, Prop.
Look for the blue awning. t
A Fine Game.
That was a very fine game played
on" Saturday afternoon, between the
Acme and the Clarendon Base Ball
Clubs. It is said to have been some
of the best playing ever seen on the
Seaside Grounds. The issue was
hotly contested and resulted in fa
vor of the Clarendons, 6 to 4.
Mr. Jno. R. Marshburn, of Pender
county, was in the city to-day and
paid us a pleasant visit.
Col. Jesse Hargrave, of j Laurel
Hill, who has been spending a few
days at Capt. Manning's hotel, at
Wrightsville, left this morning on
his return home.
The Next Horticnltural Fair.
The North Carolina State Horti
cultural Society will hold its sixth
annual Fruit Fair with the Wake
County Horticultural Society, at
Raleigh, N. C, Wednesday and
Thursday, August 15th and lGth,
1888, in Metropolitan Hall. Over
$500 cash premiums offered, open to
the State. Every county in the
State requested to compete. Hon.
D. (t. Fowle will deliver the address
of welcome on Wednesday, the 15th,
at 11 :30 a. m. Rev. O. W. Sanderlin
will deliver the Annual Address on
.Wednesday at 12 in.
The Island Beach Holel.
There is fine sport now at the
Hummocks. The Island Beach Ho
tel is now completed and fully pre
pared for the reception of guests.
There are many there now, some
from the city and some from the up
country and those who have stop
ped there say that the rooms are all
delightfully situated, cqol, airv and
with a fine view, and that the house
is in every respect well kept. Fish
ing, bathing and sailing parties are
organized every day from among
the guests and the facilities for en
joyment are really unlimited.
The Knights Templar,
The next copclave of the Kuightos
Templar will be held in this city
immediately after t he meeting of the
Grand Chaptor next year. The. fol
lowing officers were elected at
Wiustou, last week as we learn from
the Twin-City Daily:
J. A. Porter, Asheville R. E.
E. M. Nadal, Wilson V. E. Dep.
F. N. Glover, Charlotte E. Grand
A. H. Stubbs, Greensboro E.
Grand Chapter Genl.
Thos. N. Pritchard. Wilmington
E. Grand Prelate. 1
Francis H. ' Moye, Wilson E.
Grand S. W.
Sauil. H. Smith, Winston E.
Grand J. W.
Wm. Simpson, Raleigh E. G.ranq'
Horace H. MrmSiuit Wilmington
E. Grapd S&cty.
t.. i ' i is
M"' M'y'M't vakw v
-Jjas. u. Glenn, Greepsboro n.
Griind Standard Bearer.
xw t.,, ua uaonaB t
Fly Traps, best and cheapest, at j
Jacobl,8.Hdw..Depot. t j
The Old Showman.
Old John' Robinson, the veteran
showman, died in Cincinnati on Sat
urday. He was 82 years of age. --He
was one of our earliest recollections,
of the time when he used to visit
Wilmington with his circus and
pitch the tent on the ,lO!d Academy
Hill,!1 and on the site of the present
City Hall vard. Jimmy Robinson,
hisspn waa.then-a mere lad and!aiul stationary temperature.
used to do some wonderful bare
back riding, even in those early
Lots of Skipjack.
There lias been some very line
fishing at the Hummocks for two or
three days past. One day, not more
than a week ago, the channel was
found to be full of skipjack. There
was an immense quantity of them
and they were found to be ravenous
ly hungry; so hungry, in fact, that
in some instances they bit at the
bare hook. It didn't take long to
find out all this and soon the bridge
was lined, on either side, with fish
ermen. The catch was a very fine
one. It is said, with the wind from
the West, as it'has been to-day, it is
likely that there will be more good
sport there to-day, and we have
gone down to. try it. Will report
Fishing on Sunday.
Morally, it is wrong to angle for
fish on on Sunday; legally, it is not.
The law reads:
It shall be unlawful for any person
to fish on Sunday with a seine, drag
net or other kind of net, except such
as are fastened to stakes; and any
person violating this section shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall
be fined not less than two hundred
dollars nor more than five hundred
dollars, or imprisoned not more than
This is a law and a strange one it
is to us. It could be bettered and it
ought to be bettered. It is good
enough as far aslt goes but it ought
to go further or be repealed. As it
stands now a man can fish on Sun
day with a line, but not with a net,
more of a distinction, it seems to us,
than a difference. We don't think
it right to fish on Sunday, either
with a net or with a hook and line.
Capt. Ben Robinson Dead.
We are sorry to hear that an old
friend, Capt. Benjamin Robinson,
is dead. He died at Pensacola
Thursday afternoon. The Fayetts
ville Journal says:
A telegram from Pensacola, Fla.,
this morning, to Capt. Jno. A. Rob
inson, brought the sad intelligence
of the death at that place of his
brother, Capt. Benj. W. Robinson.
He had been sick for some time, and
was confined to his bed about six
weeks prior to his death which oc
curred yesterday afternoon. During
his confinement he was a great suf
ferer, and death was a relief. He
was a son of the late Dr. Benj. W.
Robinson, of blessed memory, and
was possessed of one of the brightest
intellects which this State has pro
duced. He was a graceful, facile
writer, and as an orator, few there
were who could eclipse him. He
was the publisher of the first paper
published here after the war the
Daily- News. This was afterward
changed to a weekly. Since that
time he was prominent in journalis
tic circles. As a . soldier and a
fatriot fighting for the Confederacy,
le knew no fear. He left Fayette
ville, his native place, about ten
years ago, and settled in Florida,
whither his family went about three
years ago. At the time or his death
he was surrounded by his loved
ones. His wife is the sister of our
townsman, Mr. G. G. Myrover, and
of Mr. J. II. Myrover, associate
editor of the Greensboro Daily
Patriot. The family left to mourn
his death consists of his wife, three
sons and three daughters. He was
about 50 years of age.
Capt. Robinson was well known
here, where he resided not long af
ter the war, engaged in newspaper
work, and where he retained the es
;teem of many friends. He was a
good Confederate soldier and a fine,
clear, forcible writer. He went into
literature somewhat and published
several novels. He was at one time,
we think, in newspaper life atjWash
ington City. Peace ta his ashes !
A CHILD KILLKI1. . .
Another child killed by the use
of oDiateseriven in the form of Soothe
ing syrup, why mothers give tneir i
t.j j: j' ji i,.
UU DUOU UCWJ1Y IJUIOUll 10 O'"
prising when they can relieve the
ehlld or its peculiar troubles by us- .
w Aclror'u Rhr 5rthAr It ran-
ij11? Acker8;iiaby Soother. It con-
j tains no Opium or .Morphine. Sold ,
by Munds Bros., druggists.
! , I
Masks, Gloves, Belts &c, is at H eins
herder's. - t
MftRkK ttln Klfi Jth j is at Heina
f f 5.00O
CLEVELAND ANUTHURMAN !
ry iiuji. yv. l.. nisssjtL, ni iiiu ui r. uieveiana, exquisite steel portraits. Vorprq' crt
ridge Box, Free Trade PoUey, complete. , Agents at work report . imjnense
Fjor North Carol ina, ,
At 12 o'clock, 2 o'clock - and 3
o'clock to-day the thermometer at
this office registered 94 degrees. .
Thos. Jefferson, Jno. Mosely, Gus
Walker, Joe Johnson, Walter Scott,
alias Hog Beer, Walter Holmes,
William Mason and Larry Davis,
larceny. Mason, Davi&and Holmes
were discharged; the others were
held to the next term of. Criminal
G. A. Carter, drunk and down, $10
or 20 days.
, The Young Rascals ! .
Capt. John L. Boatwright was
victimized last Saturday night by a
lot of graceless boys, all colored,
and all quite young. They poked a
tarred stick throuerh an iron win
dow grating and thus managed to
abstract $10 from the money desk.
They were caught, after having
parted with nearly all of the money,
and were before the Mayor this
morning, who sent them on to the
This morning Mr. Joe Hanby,who
keeps a grocery store at the corner
of Eighth and Dock streets, stepped
into Capt. Boatwright's store and
showed him a$10 bill,, with some tar
adhering to it, which he said had
been brought to him Friday
by a young colored boy, with the
statement that his mother had sent
for a can of lobster and wanted the
change for '' the $2 bill. .Mr,
Hanby thought there , was some
thing wrong and gave the boy
the lobster and $1.85 in change.
As soon as he heard of. Capt. Boat
wright's loss he carried the bill
down and showed it to him and gave
him $8 of the money.
NE W ADVERTISEMENTS.
IHE DIRECTORS OF THE BANK OF NEW
Hanovers have declared a semi-annual divi
dend of i per cent., payable to Stockholders of
record of this date, on and after the 9th Inst.
S. JL. WALLACE,
aug 6 It
Wilmington Seacoast (?. R
IN EFFECT AUGUST 6, 1888, AT 6:30 A. M
Leave 7.45 a. m.
Leave. 10:25 a. n.
Leave 4 00 p. m.
Leave. . ...... 6UJ0 p. m:
Leave 10:00 p. m
Leave 6:30 a. m
Leave lh30 a. m
Leave 3:00 P. m
Leave 5:00 p. m
Leave... 7:55 p. m
J. H. CHADBOURN, Jr.,
aug 6 tf General Manager.
ISLAND BEA0H HOTEL;
W. A. BRYAN,
aug 6 tf
Fish and Oysters.
E WOULD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY
our friends and the Dublic eeneraliv that
we have opened a Fish, Oyster, Egg and Gen
eral Produce Depot at No. 15 Dock street, be
tween Front and Water, where we will he
pleased to see them and All promptly all or
ders entrusted to our care. .
Respectfully, ' 1
jy313m G. G. AMAN & CO.
Jno. F. Lt Grand,
V .Jr. . ZZr?:1 A11" iv
v firm of A. A. Brown Jc Co.. Commission
Vnrfhllt nfflpo In fha VamYxnar llnlliiinrr
Na Water street. WillglTe prompt attention
to auDuaness. t. t
Kepresents some of the hest houses to the
country . Invites Corres pondence. .
jei3lydw. - .
TEE DlILY kettew Land solicit
Vfiw subscribers, - ;
. f . . PLEASE KOTICE. -
Ye : win: fce glad to receive cosuausicatlo
from our mends on any. ana ill reject
general Interest, hut :
. The name ot the writer mist always be fori
mshea to the Editor. .4
' Cfcinmmu'caUons must he written only a
one side of the jpaper. ' -: ; I
i - Personalities must he avoided. -
And it is especially and particularly undcrw
stood that the Editor does not always endorse
the views of correspondciits anless so states
in the editorial colutfms-"- H n
AGKXTS WANTED at once t0 supply Ten
miBBAHU BROS.", Philadelphia, Pa.
GLEAEING SXLE 1
110 Market St.
yE WILL CONTINUE. TO "OFFER TDLs"
week many more Bargains to mate room for
Bargains in -
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- .Bargains . ,
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. Bargains lii "
Bemnants Embroideries I
Will 0p8n Monda;y, Aug, 6,
404nchSecxnd Mourning: Rajre Lama worth
73c for 60ct ' - ; f-:X -' "
43-inch Black Henrittajworth si for 80e.
Drap Avenue de Sole, worth 81 fer 75c. ana
' ' ' " '
many more new Ctoofls. ' ,7 rf V '
: REMEMBER .77;' - : -
Ex t ra Bargain.Oay, Thursday,
AT THE CASH HOUSE OF .
116' Market Street,
WILMINGTON, N C.
1 1 M O BEVOLVEBS. Send stamp for
Ut U IX O price list to Johnston Ss'&ov,
aug 6 4w t f Pittsburgh, renn.
dea&Ms and hetcatiflea tb hair.
Promote a laxoriant growth. .
Never Fail to Restore Gray
Hair fo its Yeeihful Color.
Puree 5calpdlaeeajylhlrf King
The safest Boreet and beet cnreforCcrrwuBwnton, fi
(tops ail vedu Ensures comfort to the feet, hercr uM
boura ' lieetita at Druggists. IUsgqx A Oo 24.
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THE SCIdCU 01
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Medical Work of tin
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t W10W THYSELF
and the untold miser
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md miadle-aged men. Send now. The Gold azy!
fewled Medal awarded to the author by the Nation
ll Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 1S35,15o
jon, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, irradaateof Uai
rard Medical CoUege, 25 year' practice in lioeton,
jrho may be consulted confldentiallr. once, ItO.
tBoIflnchSt. Specialty, Diseases of MZJ ' 1
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