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a-s rrftciui sfecwc fob " -
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' Constipation, " Billousne,
KiiliH-y Affections Jaundice,
Mental Depression, ; . CqIIc.
tiLrcdty the uc of 1 Million of Bottles, as
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VOL XII WILMINGTON, N. C, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1888. NO 181.
They have had frosts in Wiscon Shelby circas is said to be head
sm. Pity , but that a little of it ing this way, expecting to appear
could be bottled up and sent down ;here in the latter part of Ostober.
to Jacksonville: -
. ; j See advertisement in this issue
fi 11 will be renominated for Gov- of stock of the Wilmington Build
ernor iii New York. Mark the ire and Loan Association, offered
diction. The Herald and Harper's ;forsa1
Weekly think that this will endan j The Island Beach Ilotel ought to
;er Cleveland in New York. Stuff j be chock-full of guests during the
! Winter season.
It would prove a
sThe jlepublicans in the Senate
"rarely fine place . as" headquarters
imv ii i , - . for Northern sportsmen.
Jiaye gone to "hedging" on the pre-! .
posed tariff bill. It will not be VeAdy
by the 11th. Oh, no, not quite
ready, and we'll bet the biggest and
redteiit apple raised in Pender coun
ty this year that it will not be ready
by the Jlth of October, either. .
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The Charlotte Chronicle, has pass
ed into the hands of a joint stock
company, with a capital stock of
$30;000. The directors are Col. H.C.
JonesVand Messrs. P. B. McDowel1
and J. L. Chambers. The staff fa
not, yet announced but a live paper
is promised. -
Monday was Labor Day iii the
North, East .and West. There were
big parades iii New York, Botston,
Philadelphia, Chicago and other
cities.. Everywhere the day passed
off without disaster or trouble,every
where except Cleveland,Ohio, where
the red-handed and blackhearted
Anarchists tried to mix with decent,
Judge Russell calls the colored
voters "savages" and Dirty Dockery
speaks of their wiyes and daughters
as "wenches." Dockery is sore over
the assertion that he was nominated
by a colored man. He does not like
the looks of the thing and tries to
pervert the truth by calling it a lie.
Yet the colored contingent will
nearly all vote for him.
In view of the fact that a irood
deal of the usual travel Southward
this fall and winter will .probably
stop short of Jacksonville, some
efforts should be made to have some
of it stop here.
There will be no entertainment at
the Opera House' here this month
so far as is now known.- Grau's
Opera Troupe are booked for Octo
ber 5th. and 6th, and these i are the
first engagements on Capt. Penny,
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
T. 3Ljr- SJt;cxX
BRANCH HOUSE :
On Docfc Street, between Front and Second,
WILMINGTON, N. C. '
"fcatf - - - .
The Stobley Honse,
pRTIES IN WANT OF ACCMMODA-
tJ3atWrislitsvlUewlll find the STOKLEY
house veil supplied w)th all that lsneces
iiry. - -. .
Woard by tlae day, week or. onth at low
iVUa suppcrslto order at any hour dor
ies the eTeniujf. ..
All ol the delicacies of salt water,flsh,crabs,
uams. siirlmps, Jtc, furnished to guests.
NifHiigBoats, Fishlny lioat8,FLshlng Tackle,
sfurntshed on short notice. - -
lok,ey House fronts the water and Is
&in inflyarfis ot the Depot. : -
w. u. stokCey:
JC15" ; I'rpprletor.
"ST h"1..3 my inune and the price a
hil l e tory, which protect the wearei
Sir t plces aaa mferior goods. It a deah
itekLo "ouRlas shoe at a reduced price,
2ioftif 7"hou' m7 name and price stampe
"oni, put him down as a fraud. V., -
INDKX TO New adtbktisemknts.
For Sale B & L Stock
Lotnsn Meakes Look
Mrs E b Wiggins A Card
IISINSBEKGEB SchOOl liOOkS
M M Katz Special Bargains- ' ,
F C Miller Cigars, cigarettes
S.YLYAN Gbote Carolina Beach
W A Bay an Island Beach B otel
W & S C R R Special Excursion
The moon changes to-night at 42
minutes past 11 o'clock.
, The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 111 bales. ;
As a general thing scuppernong
grapes this year are rather inferior.
Window Glass, by the box or light.
Save money by buying from Jacobi's
-Mr. - Gibson James, of Pender.
cpunty, is in the city to-day and at
the Suttop House. His wife and
child are with him.
The Dunlap Hat
Js the most stylish worn and as Mr.
A. Shrier is the Sole Agent forNorth
Carolina, people in the country
would do -well to send him an order,
as his prices are positively the same
as New York, Philadelphia, Balti
more and Chicago. He has all of
the latest styles. . t
- Young Men's Christian Association.
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Young Men's Christ
ian Association was held last night
at the Library' rooms. There was a
large attendance and a very pleas
ant meeting Mr. Busey, the Gen
eral Secretary recently chosen, was
present and made a short talk. Fou
active members and forty-two asso
ciate members were admitted.
Por NortluCaroliua, threatening
weather, rain and slight changes in
temperatn re. A cyclone is central wJ2kVe tov6 teenhi
in the Gulf of Mexico, moving north
OUII BIRMINGHAM XETTER. "r
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. t, '88.''-'
Dear Review: For thft nnt
weather. It has rained: all of the
week and of course we have had
plenty of mud. -
The business outlook for - ' the
"Magic City" is better than it has
been for a month or sov and trade is
steadily on the increase."
The Baxter Stove - Manufactur
ing Co., which ,fiave been shut down
for several weeks, for repairs, &c
began work Wednesday and is do-"
ins a" larere businpRs. Thv ehin.
j ped more goods by Jalv 1st ; of
Mayor Powler disposed of tlie fol
lowing cases this morning:
; Robert Banks, bathing in the city
limits, discharged. - -
Jack Williams alias Jack Shaw,
resisting a police officer, 30 days in
the county jail.
Jonn Davis, larceny, bound over this year titan thev did bv August
tftthfi nPTttrm nf PriSuinnl nnf i 1st. nf 1S7 ' s ; .
Fun aad 'Fireworks.
There will be lots of fun and -fire
works at Carolina Beach on Friday,
in the sum of $100, justified bond.
Down to Southport
The Sylvan Grove:, carried down
a very large party to Southport to
day, the occasion being the excur
sion given byvthe-Masonic lodges in
the city. The 'members of the
order formed at St. John's Hall and
preceeded by the new Cornet Band
aud , escorted by a delegation of
Knights Teurplar, in their beauti
fut uniforms, marched down to the
steamer, which v was already well
crowded with a happy party of
ladies and gentlemen and children
So far they have had a nice day
for the trip.
A Handsome Publication.
We thank our good friend, Capt.
Robert W. Lamb, of Norfolk, for a
copy of "Our Twin Cities of the
Nineteenth Century, Norfolk and
Portsmouth." It is a superb publi
cation of 199 pages, exclusive of
probably a hundred pages of adver
tisements in the rear of the book. It
is a complete epitome of the history
of the two ciues, and the suburban
towns, and of the business enter
prises of both places. The illustra
tions are both numerous and hand
some, indeed, they are profn&e ajs
there is one on nearly e.yery page.
The work was edited by Capt. Lamb
The A. G. S. R. .116 shops have
been moved from Chattanooga,
Tenn., to our "Magic City," and are
now in full; blast. They give em
ployment to 800 men. Oh,, the bot
tom has not fallen out of Birming
ham ; yet . rind you- can just bet It
never will. v . ,
The city is quarantined, against
Atlanta and all Florida points that
are infected with yellow fever. I
am glad , to see that Wiliningtons
Mayor has such a strict quarantine.
Put young men to the front and
there is no danger of failing. , ri
From the reports I see In the
Daily Review His Honor, Mayor
Fowler, is making an excellent offi
cer, I, as an old Wilmingtonian,
am glad that -I can congratulate
him. Success, I hope, he will on
tinuo to have, - ; . .
So Monroe is going to be connect
ed to Atlanta by rail. Hurrah for
her! Wilmington should strive to
get a direct connection. Why, look
at Charlotte how she is prospering t
The. theatre season opens next
month, with Wilson & Rankin's min
strel troupe. Geo. Wilson always
draws a large crowd here. He; Rob
ert Downing, Fred Warde. and one
or two others, are great favorites
among us; and I must not forget -to
mention an honorary member of the
Birmingham Rifles, Patti Rosa, who
i u. iu,vtjriie among tavorites.
we vxi t3daaton:;:Tj c
trcA ozr filers ca . tz? - - j.-l-cenerai
interest, ' : ,
mined to tfis jtor; r
OcmmxiLTcauons tn.jzt to trnttcn c i
one EldD ol the pjfpcr." - -Personalittesianstbo
stood Uiat tneEiitor c:ca net altrays tz:.
the news of corre6pon;:nt3 czizzi sd e
la the editorial columns.
YOUR A PTENTION IS INVI
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Every article in stqpk will
be oftereel at a greatly fedu-
Wishing the Review and old Wil-l-j ItL 1: j - ,
mington success, I am,; ;;: ycu price ;,.anc- some; gooac
I Mil t 1 .1 i
dickey bird, wiu dc soia at less tnan actual
cost to make room Tor
PALL STOCK 1
All are invited" to call and
. GUAItD AGAINST THE STRIKE,
A YA Ckl nrn rrn T V. .4.4.1 Jt A 1 1
The Cfrove will make her usual two ir"-;"-" "IO t"1" Ingush Kemedy in the house. You
trips but will remain there on the j fnc abUityvr :Jt is .worthy fa place cannot tell how soon ; Cronpmay
last. nnI o VnW.k sn s tn fffv m Mrary in:xue land. ' . lBWi yuur iitue one, or a coia or
.VVV. I ' ? A . ....J, ' oougn may fasten itself upon you.
every uouy an oppuriuuuy to enjoy i f : w ne io uouj, une Uose is a preventive and a few
Mr. W. A n rrnn iivanvian. I rinses a. rinoifiiro Aimn ah mi x i
on the verce of the ereat Atlantic Islan.4 Beach Hotel, has got up and un.S troubles yield to its treat- examine my StOCk and obtain
. .. - I . ... , .. . inaTir r csmn a j I Z I . ! I
The-time for such enjoyments as a Une hm of fare in the way of KZrAulx pacu
ia 0 cKn.t amusements at thfl 'Hnmmnlra v,t wX.r:"r Kuarumeeu ny i wt noil.
vuto io fjVVVfu, oiiy. y IMt V V i V I .-.v,vH vuio iuuuus UIMSti UrUgglSlS. I . . - .,
sure that there will be atrreat manvl wek. Ua lhursday there will be
v. -...m , ,-" i. i j-t,- . . f .- : DIED.-
We now have it, a Door Lock that
cannot be picked. It is cheap and
safe.y See it at Jacobi's Hardware
Depot. " t
If you want a picture framed go
to Heinsberger5?. He has a large
assortment of Mouldings to select
Happiness supreme. Ths is the
condition of all who have been wise
and purchased Stoves. at Jacobi's
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- All kitidstof School Books and
School Siplies can be bought
cheapest at Heinsberger's. f
Are you weak and weary, over
worked and tired? Hood's Sarsapa-
riuais just the medicine to purify
your blood and give you strength,
- Headquarters ?for Powder, Sht,
Caps, Cartridges and Ammunition
of all kinds is at Jacobi's Hdw. De
pot. Shells loaded at a moment's
notice.. - 7
Scho. Ifizzie yATu, Hutchinson,
cleared to-dav for 'Cane Haytien,
with 174,774 feet of lumber, valued
at $2t3S8.03, shipped by Messrs.
James H. Cliadbourn & Co.
From and after this date round
58 Flioe t-inooth n i
WILL MIT T1IT
.w'.Sffi Mr m4 Wao P. m.. wliich allayed
,PorSM , JJTJ " " , "l ullfearsof a visitati
rsTotc wtfl be sold on the WU-
MaJ. Stedman at Kenansville.
Lt. Gov. Stedman returned to the
city last night from geRausvilie,
where he yesterday addressed a vry
large assemblage of Democratic
voters, the estimate being from 1,500
to2,000. Maj. Stedinari's speech is
described as a magnificent- effort, as
we are sure tliat it wjvs. Mr. C. B.
Aycock, of Gold,sboro, also made a
fine speech. Duplin is good, it s
the first pme for tioh will be a mUfSffKIM.0S
nanasorae snq-gqn. xnere will also 1 se 01 o. is. couina and daughter of
be a "hQQby" prise, , the article to.be y2SCaSionS aged 33
Tne ranerai serrtoes will take place from her
father's residence in Columbus County at 10
Respectfully, : .
TUT? c 17 TJ "xxrrrirLTTsT
115 Slarliot Btrcct .
announced on the grounds. The
match will be shot under the same
conditions as the - previous p$i and
entries may be made with Mr. Bryan
up tQ the hoar. On Friday there
wjll be a big drum-fishing expedition
NEW A O VJSRTISEJttBIiTS.
Back at the Old GtanO,
I DAVE MOVED BACK TO STY Old Stand cn
Dock, bet. Front & Second,
and on . the evening of thlt day 8 WILMINGT0N BUILDI I where I will oe glad t seV neorfacn ny
roller skating lp the big pavilion. auon stock. Enquire at fcustomers. : : : v :
But Saturday will be the big day Mpt 5 THisomcE. f orders from tke eityor country solicits ari
wf-'v wvjm uLrau. aci fi vvUi M u id -m-wi mm 1 - - -
year ranging all of the way from
8QQ to 1,000
Mr, S, H. FUhh1att the Ulna Clothier,
States that he will make a special I ed pole, the successful contestant in
effort this season to increase his I this tr hr.oTn th
Islnnd clam bake, a sack race for a T Carolina beach on Friday, stmr
li 1 tt;,iv i ctiBcvi. pijj raue.wun tne pif i oxi.v-w tritu vjs. win leave on raaay at 9:30
a. fho nra-nnri ..." ? P- m. xram leaves ueacn at
o uujxluv . gictt-1 lsuw ana y:uup. m.
au Goods guaranteed. ; ; v
A. F. LUCAS.
Merchant Tailoring department,
His reason for so doing is the sue
cess he has met within that depart
ment since he established it, H,e
will show you th.e names of over
three hundred geats whom he made them yesterday some customer re
sults vv oroer xor in tne past, tweive inflrked: -This is nw v
IWU VU W11U1U MO ICIClft. XXIS I
fits fiftnnnt 'h nrrAKBd an.1 his I WHmington District,
Kt.vlK nr fr nr,Prior to anv thaf MetUOOlSt JS. UllUrCh South, fourth
v 1 I ..wl r4- l.. ir.i:
f an retain,! in t.n -ir rr1 uuu v Py . -UAeeiaugB;
will snv, t lpRt rn dnllr in h L topsail ct., at Union. Sep. 15 and
price that you would , have to pay
elsewhere. And if yeu are not PC.r
. . :
owner of $2,
which will be found at the top of the
Heinsberger has received Hebrew
New Year Cards, the finest ever sold
in Wilmington. While oDenin&r
3. W. HARPER.
Island Beach Hotel.
I RHODE ISLAND CLAM BAKE ON HAM-
MOCKS SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
S ACCHAC15, GREASED PIG ,
l GREASED POLK.
. Winners, in each event will receive prizes.
W. A. BRYAN.
. sept5 4t
S p e c i a I E x c u r g 1 p n
Seacoast E. E,
I AM REGEF7ING
Now Every wees sozzo c: t-9
t-!, aaa ili.fPLIFP nP5 cnts, gPPt oply on the t p. m. train L. , --tu n i
i iit.ufL-?1 , 1 a r 1.0 - i 24 hours, This bulletin reads as fol
. fr. t Noturt ; l1 fcboe. 0TcX3o and on Saturday at 3 p. m. and 5 p. L -
New Rver Mission, Sept 15 and 16.
Fifth St. Station, Sept. 16 and 17.
fectly satisfied,with fit and liiak 01 .""eviiie ct., at wpotens, Sept.
yu donH take the suit. tf - . Grace Chtirch: Sent 22 arid 4a?v
The Cyclone Not Kxpected. Southport Station, Spt. 29 and 80.
At nearly midnight of last night CarvPsOipW t nt. fbrvnrpt
information was received here from l Oct-13 and'14. '
the Chief Signal officer at Washing- j ' Waccamaw ct., at Pine Log, Oct.
.vjr UWH VCre cyuiULO RrllnHW. , ,f; tfto,l hnimM An A1?n THIS riATT! POTTVT
then entering the Gulf of Mexico ho -" , ' - f : .
and moving in this direction; thatt Brunswick 'ct; at Shalktte Camp, MP 11CJets 0650141 Ior twenty-nve eta.,
dangerous gales might therefore be Qct and 21. I good only on l p. m. train, and on Saturdays
expected South of Hatt?w"i theftn1 a C at OarIt0D' Uot' 27 3 p. in. and5p. m.,also. Keturnlng leave Ham-
Bladea St. Mission. Oct. 28 and 29. mocks at 9p. m.
Kfenansville ct., Oct. 31. a , - j. ii. chadboukn. jb..
OneWtr 'Vnw i on,i a . sept 1 It v General Manager.
Cokesbury ct.,. Nov. 10 and 11,
Bladen ct., Nov. 17 And 18.
Elizabeth ctM Nov. 24 and 25,
. T w. Guthrie, P. E.
Atlantc Qoa4 n that woul be
unsafe (pr vessels to leaye port- To
jlay, howeyer, a special htjUetin was
receive here frpm; Washington,
visitation, for at least
No. 9. '
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SCHEDULE WIIMIXGIOS SIACOAS? E. E.
cyclone has apparently en ter-
Xjxn iiuir ana is centred to
Southwest of Key West, proba
vingto the West of riortn.
the storm may recurve aud
cw- towcrU?bcsfBav.iing Suits, inallsizesand colors, t cause dangerous winds on the At-
V .r.rt BuUoa d Lace, if not soW at - the lowest manufacturing lntic Coast, it i not probable that
iMDoueiao . " i-f.-. ..'uwsi..linU ai,.f paL P9.ds will reach rclangerous-ve-
FsaUfJ!iUC,-A- Brockton. Mass. 1 Prices at the Wilmington Shirt Fac-
lfir.itfpa nt cto tiriTa MntK -vF Sax-r r-
tnrv 07iirnrkAtst : Klshach. Pron. I noVi lv.; 04 1 2, -
IT Tftvnr trrv? I J 1 - , , I uvu viAbMtU 144c Mck UUUi
niiniliiPTon n ixiuutv xur vuc wine Anxxiut;. - 1 i v"ji . w a wwu .
Ko Crystal. Spectacles and Eyeglassea
Advice to old and young: in se
lecting spectacles you should.be cau
tious not. ts fjAm Ttmrrt 7i7m,y,7 IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER 4, 18S8.AT ? A. M -
vower than has been lost to the, eye! From Wilmington,
as in. the same proportion that you; i Leave 7.-00 a. m
pass that point of increase, will cause Leave. . . .Z ShGO a. m
you further irJtU'W to the eve. "Usinff fae- - m
glas of Wronger powerjthan isf nlllZiZiMfm
ct-Ksiry is iue uaity (;;iu 01 pr.ciiiar
tire bid aae to thestehi. You can fret ; 2 -: - J. n, cnADSOUdT, Je.,
the best at Heinsberger's. ' ' i- ;r -septitf,;- r ccrersl ir-eiC
Leave.. ,....1023 a, m.
Leave....... i.-Ol p ra.
Leave. . . . . . . fi:(0 p. m
Leave. . . . . . 9:u0 p. in.
A Sresh lot of E. D. CHEESE.; Also Ar::rl.
oUui and EDAM CHEESE. " ' . .
Dr. Price's Baking Powder
- "IN GREAT DEMAND.
It is 1
and la admitted by coHHOisscurs" to fce tl:2
FINEST AND PUREST USED,
ROYAL NOT EXCEPTED.
Don't Forget that my. C: . .
Goes Down to tho Sound
- Call and lert me give yoa prieei I Lire til
Idnds of Groceries and the nst Li tr c:tr."
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septi:.:.; -t: c 13 t !73. IT: tCt.
-JJNTIL FURTnCU NOTICC TIIU SYLVAl :
GROVE will leave for Carolina L'eacli t
wee Gay;it i-.jj a. io. ar a zt t n. n.
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