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TORPID LI VEE'
,ira ty these marked, peculiarities s
! i feeling of weariness and pains in the
, d breath, bad taste in the month,
1 :l furred tongne. - v
ratstilttUon, with occasional attacks
SLilaclie. In the front of the head ;
I jgjdlMlnesSr and yellowness of
, febtim, loss of appetite.
.Viiion of the stomach and bowels
Iwssoxiof spirits, and great melan
'" rttivlfisUnd0ftUl a disposition
toieaveeveryiuiug jor 10-morrow.
. ..tarsi io ot JH1 from the IJver
.tiXiSood..haItlu When this
JfSSSrtrf rwultt in . : ;
.!cj, J neglected, soon loads to serious
JluSs. Simmons Liver ltegulator exerts
rtfelicitousinnuencoover every Kin
Vhiiiousuess. it restores the Liver t
t- I M nMrlA MW.,ltf.V. ...........
rMtj and nuts the diirrsitivo nrvans
fimch condition that they can do their
Ltvo'ic. After taking this medicine no
Ee wili say, "1 am billony
Ibive been subject to severe spells of Con
cca of the Liver, and have been in the habit of
Vl. from is to ao grains of calomel which gen
ggt bid me up for three or four days. Lately I
li been taking Simmons Liver Regulator.
,nJi pre me relief without any interruption to
tejKSs." J. Hucg, Middleport, Ohio.
O.rX I" GEJVUIJTE
kmryi stamp in red on Iront ot Wrapper
j.H.ZeiUn & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
mvstc lstpd&wly ensat
Hand beaoh hotel,
I AT THE HAMMOCKS.
A New and Elegant Hotel
RITII ALL THE FACILITIES FOR
r ' - -
a " " '-
, comrnandlog a beautiful 1
VIEW'ffB .THE OCEAN.
Boat I at Keasonahle Kates.
i ? furttr particulars apply to
,VX A. BRYAN.
Wilmington, N. C.
Fresh Fisli Every Day
f E AKE NOW PREPARED TO SHIP ALL
ends of Fish on short notice.
G. G. AMAN & CO.
sppt 24 Dock st., bet. Front and Water.
The Stohley House.
TIES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
tonsatWrightsvllleAvin find the STOKLEY
House well supplied with all that is neces-
Board by the day, week or month at low
Pig Fish suppers to order at any hour dur
ing the evening.
Allot the delicacies of salt water,flsh,crabs,
ciams, shrimps, &c. furnished to quests. -
tolling Boats, Fishing Boats, Fishing Tackle,
tfurnlshed on short notice,
fstokiey House fronts tho vater and is
ltnin loo jarus of the Depot.
4o1J , W H. STOKLEY,
JeNtf v proprietor.
Bewire of Fraud, as my name and the price
sapped on the bottom of all my advertised
before learlng the . factory, which protect
!r igainst high prices and inferior goods.
5iler offers W. flvDouKlas shoes atiwre
pnce, or says he has theiu without my name
stamped on the bottom, put him down as
V. L. DOUGLAS
ionVc .DOUGLAS SHOE, the ordinal
iwt hand-sewed welt $4 shoe. Equals ens
Vfieshoes ostine from $6 to $!.
mi UGLAS 3JSO POLICE SHOE
i .,a ui letter Carriers all wear them,
WwiSia"" Hand-Sewed Shoe. No Tacks
W t VJii;a IO the feet.
WhLbiL'GLAS J50 SHOE Is unexcelled
W lj w??f- litt Calf Sloe for the price.
UirS'cJLAS . 2.25 WORKING
iSSrt ?UOK b the hest In the world for
w t x I! r onsrht to wear a man a rear.
h ihfetP6.8 SHOE FOlt BOYS
ff I ISl In the world.
?hUTPfLGLA YOUTH'S School
AwS011 chance to wef
olj f'a.Cpnsrreas, Button and Lare. If not
IOfrl?S5rea'ri rtte IT. I. DOUGLAS
amr ,1., . H.VONGLAHN, ,
3l3meMlP Wilmington, N.fc. .
onlT calf S3 SJLMIFSSl Shoe smooth
Er,. SO TACKa or WAX TlKEAr U
t, easy as nand-sewca ana
YOL XII WILMINGTON, N. C.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1888. NO 199,
V The RafU in the North will rely j
largely on luoney this cam pa i go. It
is said that Matt Quay is- saving up j
several hundred thousand dollars to i
buy voters with in Connecticut and
Indiana. The purchasable voter
abounds in those two States.
We.have no doubt that there will
be many votes which can be bought -
in some of the Northern States this I
year. They .are
Thev are siiunlv stock in
trade witli many. But it would take
a bigger pile than the Treasury
surplus to . buy enough to elect
Charles H. J. Taylor, colored, is
ex-minister to Liberia, appointed
by President Cleveland. Here is
what he told them at the Demo
cratic headquarters in New York on
Nine States, said he, have held
colored , democratic conventions.
There are sixteen newspapers con
ducted by 'colored men which are
supporting Cleveland and Thurman.
He had no doubt that two hundred
and v forty thousand negroes will
vote thejlemoeratic ticket because
of their love for 'Cleveland, which
has been inspired by his willingness j
to pay the money the Freedmen's
Bank lost during 'Grant's term, his
appointment of negroes, to places of !
prominence, the sending of a mes
sage toCougress recommending that
a gunboat be given to the Liberian
government and his desire to respect
their rights under the constitution.
The negroes are also interested in
the tariff. They know that a re
duction from forty seven to forty
two per cent does not mean free
trade and lower wages, bnt cheaper
provisions and clothing.
Here is one of the straws which
show the way the wind is blowing.
It is from the New York Herald:
Camden county is always depend
ed on by the Republfcans to 'give
them a good majority. Camden has
increased a great deal daring the
last four years, over 1,200 houses
having been erected during the last
twelve months. It is safe to assume
that eighty per cent of this acces
sion is Republican. But the Repulf
I lean workingmen, who some years
ags threw off the yoke of Robeson,
and who have for some time chafed
under that of Sewell, have taken
matters in their own hands and have
organized the Workingmen's Tariff
Reform Club for the intelligent dis
cussion of the tariff. A large num
ber of debates have taken place and
the result is, the club-will vote sol
idly for Cleveland and tariff reform.
Membership in the club has not
been limited to Republicans, and of
t h e t h re-e h u nd red m e m be rs n earl y
one-third are Democrats and inde
- --.- -
Congressman Breckinridge seems
very sanguine of the result in No
vember. This is from the New York
Congressman Breckinridge had
just returned from a stumping tour
through Maryland, New Jersey and
Southern New York. When asked
his opinion of the outlook here
plied: ''Excellent, excellent. Our
friends all speak in the mostencour
agiug manner. They realize that
our opponents are making the most
desperate efforts to get up a foolish
scare among the laboring masses,
but they see that the laboring men
clearly umlertanrl that the reduction
of the surplus, as proposed by Pres
ident Cleveland, and formulated by
the Democrats in the House of Rep
resentative, ill greatly help in
stead of hurt them. They see that
free raw materials and a reduction
of the monopoly part of the tariff
that .part which is not needed to
command a home market, and which
js only desired by trusts and combi
nations to oppress the home market
will not onlv increase the pur
chasing - power of wages, but also
increase the days of labor and the
amount of each day's wages.
'Our friends also report that very
large accessions are being received
from the most conscientious and
intelligent elements of the Republi
can party.. 1'hey .see that what
President Cleveland is trying to do
is only to keep even iu small part
the pJedges of every responsible pie
merit of the Republican' party up to
a few years ago, and what they then
said, its they now know, would, be
beneficial to all the wage workers
and consumers in the country, and
conducive to stability .and a rea(iy
healthy condition for capital and to
a clean and economical administra
tion of the Government."
The; liyer aiu kidhevs must be
kept in good condition. Hoqd's
oarsapaniia is a great reined v for
I A. 11 .
rejjuuiting t nese organs.
Rock Crystal Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Advice to old and young: .In se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious Hot to take more magnifying
vower than has been lost to the eve
as in the same proportion that 'you
pass that point of increase, will cause
you further injury to the evo. Using
glasses of stronger power than isne
cessary is t he daily "cause of prema
ture old age to the sight. 'You can get
tne oest. at Ueinsbergers.
" Index to New, Adtektiskmknts. ,
W L Young For Sale
J F GarreUj A Card
Geo Stinson & Co Free
M M Katz A Spin in Dry Goods
F C Miixee PlnV and White Gossamer
See Maj. W. L. Young's ad. of reaj
estate for sale.
ine receipts oi cotion at tins port.
ami m i a j w ? &
to day foot up 314 bales.
: Refugees." from Fernandina are
now moving Northward. They will
be stopped at quarantine. ' -
German brig Jr. Witter Zeplin,
sailed from Liverpool on the 23rd
instant for this port. . -
It felt cold enough for a
frost here this morning but no one
seems to have seen anv. ,
The Bessie1 new smoke stack is in
now and she left yesterday afternoon
on her regular trip to South port." J
Window Glass, by the box or light.
Save money by buying from Jacobi's
Hdw. Depot. f
Fishermen will find the cheapest
place for Gill Twine, Rope, etc., is
at Jacobi's Hdw. Depot. t
For North Carolina,fair and slight
ly warmer weather.
Mr. John F. Garrell has a speak
ing ad. in this issue. It will attract
the eye at once and everybody will
The regular monthly meeting of
the Young Men's Democratic Club
will be held at Linder's Hall to
night. Happiness supreme. This' is the
condition of all who have been wise
and purchased Stoves at Jacobi's
Hdw. Depot. -
Ex-Mayor Fishblate has returned
to the city from a short visit to
The threatenend storm did not
arrive, it seems to nave Kepi at
sea and was headed for Hatteras as
it passed up North. The cautionary
signal was ordered down this morn
ing. Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, held last, night at Jthe Library
Rooms, was an occasion of unusual
interest. It was a prayer and
praise meeting. It was opened at
8:15 by Mr. Jos. II. Mitchell, with
Sir. C. H. Robinson at the organ.
There was a good attendance and
much interest was manifested.
Mayor Fowler disposed of the fol
lowing cases this morning:
Cliarlie Galloway, disorderly con
duct, $20 or SO days.
Charles Johnson, hogs running at
V. II. Howe, disorderly conduct,
case transferred to justice jonn
Deft Hands at the Business.
There is a good deal of system
about the many housebreaking jobs
which have taken place heie of late.
The rascal who got into Mr. Craft's
house on Satqrday night must have
been well equipped with false keys
as everything was found securely
bolted and b.arred oi Sunday inorn
hig Que of the neighbors had a
good view of the man as he left. He
was colored and a full description
pf his appearance has b.een given to
the police bu,t as yet there are no
- . Still Boring.
The drjll at the artesian, well at
Hilton h.as gojie d.own 4Q6 feet. It
has first passed through a thick
strata of clay and is flow entering
another pf sand.. Qood, water is not
yet comeat jbje but the trilj is still
boring for it- Some of thev tlftys
it may striHe one bf. the wells in
Chmft and then the bottoin of that
well will drop out and the Chinese
will know right off that the MeUean
man is up to some Hind of mischief.
The Campaign Oratta.
The numerous newspapers of the
State have put on their war paint
and settled down to business, We
may expect some lively music lie
fore November. . The best campaign
Organ and one we can recommend
is sold by J. L. Stone. Polite and
attentive salesmen will take pleas-
lair A I r eVirtroiurv instrnnipntM And 4?1V-
r- 1 . Q - O
For The Sufferers. ;
. . '-" ,...". ' . , . j
A number of young lassies and
laddies will give an entertainment
a. m a. a. a w .
jsopnie vampoeii, lor the benefit of
yellow fever sufferers- and we
hope.ttfat there will be a large at
tendance and , will realize a hand
'I ' Tarboro Wants It.-
The people of Tarboro want to
have the Little Tycoon proucded in
their city and with this object , in
view hive telegraphed an invitation
here toHhe . Company, to go there
and play ope: night at an early date,
to be fixed upon. The use of the
Opera House there is offered; free
and a big house is guaranteed. The
matter will be taken under advise
ment and an answer ' returned as
soon as a decision is reached. '
Will Probably Reconsider,
. It is reported here and elsewhere
that Mr. Sol Haas may reconsider
his determination to give up his po
sition as Traffic Manager of the As
sociated Railways, to accept a simi
lar position with the Chesapeake &
Ohio system. Mr. Haas' resigna
tion, which was tended something
more than a month ago, is to take
effect; on the' 1st of November. A
strong effort, it is said, has been
made to induce him to remain with
the Associated System and with this
end in view there is talk of admit
ting the Chesapeake -& Ohio into
the Associated system. . The Char
lotte Chronicle says that the R. & D.
people seem to think that Mr. Haas
will remain where he is.
The American Magazine.
The September number of the
American Magazine, now at hand, is
a very interesting issue, with an ex
cellent table of contents and hand
some illustrations. Lieut. Fullam,
I. S. N., has a fine article on "The
American Navy of To-Day"; 4Into
the Dark" is a pretty little "poem;
J auies G. Blaine has a very well,
a very amusing article entitled "The
President's Error"; J. B. Foraker
talks of "Tariff and Labor," Guy B.
Seeley presents a very interesting
paier on "Rambles About Naples";
"In Hiawatha's Country" is also
handsomely illustrated, as is also
"A Feathered Pariah"; "The Col
onel's Wooing," by Henry Cleve
land Wood, is a 'fine thing, and is
jtlso illustrated, and ex-Gov. R. M.
Price tells of "A Moonlight Duel on
the San-Juan." There are also a
number of other fine papers, among
them several poems and the usual
editorial department.' Published at
749 Broadway, New York, at $3 a
Gala Week Association.
A meeting of.the Gala Week As
sociation was held last night at the
Orton, the President, Mr. F. W.
Kerchner in the chair, and Mr. J. C.
After a general expression of views
as to a postponement, Mr. J. N. Se-
brell submitted the folio wingtwhieh
Rcxolvedy Th.at owing to the back
wardness of the crops and the late
disastrous heavy rains, the gala,
week 1 be postponed from the last
week in October to a period com mencing
November 12th, and lasting
a week, inclusive,
. The Finance Coiimuttee were' in
structed, to, proceed at once to. raise
the necessary funds to carry out ar
rangements for tho entertainment.
It was staged, that $3,500 is the,
amount required, and that theGom--mitte.e
are. satisfied that it ca.n be
raised. Mr. J. A.. DoniU was added
to this committee. '
The meeting adjourned subject
to the call of the chairman.
Mr. S. II. Fishblate, the King
Clothier, has his Fall stock ready
for inspection. He always purchases
early so a.s to obtain the choice
styles. Merchants " buying their
stocks this se-asou'of the year have
to. tak. the ullings," or what is
left that other merchants would not
have, 5tr Fish blate's stock is com
posed entirely of : first class goods
and tailor made eqaul to custom
make. ; Ho employs no women at 25
cents a day and work theui 10 hours
each day to make pants and Cheap
John goods to palm" off oh the- pub
lic His stores are well lighted day
and night, which is very essential
for buyers of clothing! We adyj.
our readers to be ware of adrk store
and Cheap John goods, it
lo-nigm. acme resiaence or MUsix
NEW AXVEKTlSEit KVT8.
wTTVTTk jf YET
Wl RIDOWSHADES, , '
WINDOW SHABE ;
A largssortment just opened out this day and in all Sizes
ind Styles, put up to order on short notice.
- EM BZ AGING- A GREAT VARIETY OF ' . -
Long to be Remembered. . t
The "Little Tycoons" all returned
safely to the city last night, after a
short but truly enjoyable visiil to
Charlotte. They speak in the most
grateful language of the many kind
nesses and courtesies tendered th m
by the people of the tld historic
town. In fact, their 'stay there was
one . continued ovation. Ail who
could get into the Opera House were
there to attend the entertainment,'
and the Chronicle speaks in 'very
handsome terms of the presentation
of the "Little Tycoon." At the
close of the piece thev were ban
queted at the Buford House, the
entertainment there having been
tendered them byHhe young ladies
of Charlotte. There were about a
hundred ladies and gentlemen of the
city who sat down with them. Yes
terday morning the young men of
Charlotte seemed to have taken a
holiday and their lady guests were
driven all over the city. The young
men, too, were the recipients of
many courtesies' and it is said that
they were not allowed to spend
money for anything. They could
not buy .even a package of v cigar
ettes without being told, when pay
ment was tendered, that they, were
already paid for.
On the whole, the brief visit to
Charlotte was one of the most noted
hospitable events in the history of
our good old State. It will be long
before the Wilmingtonians will cease
to remember with feelings of grati
tude and delight the generous hos
pitality of the clever Charlottese.
On the return trip a meeting of
the members of the company was"
called and a committee, consisting
of Mrs.K. DeR.Meares anil Messrs. S.
S. Curtis and C. C. Chadboum, was
appointed to write a letter of thanks
to the people of Charlotte for the
exceedingly clever manner in which
they had treated their guests
The Sugar Problem
Editor Review: The merchant
gains $5.25 by his rascatitv.
- Yours, A. G. P.
Editor Review: The solution
of problem in yesterdev's Review,
signed "Bertha," is 39 lbs at 12V
cents. $4.92. H. A. W. Jr.
Headquarters for Powder, Shot,
Caps, Cartridges and Ammunition
of all kinds is at Jacobi's Hdw. De
pot; Shells loaded at a moment's
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
Now t3 the time to secure a llome. .
' . Apply to
sept 2(j . W. L. YOUNG. . it
s jb to hes
P r o nri i n e n t rt h Carolinians
Containing Biographies of our Prominent
STATESMAN, . - .
EDUCATORS, BUSINESS MEN, &C
PKICE, ON1.Y $1 .00 !
Let us profit by a knowledge of our Using
men. of w horn we can never know too much.
For Sale at "
sept3$4 ; "'-''V " -Jji'-'i- -y' -
5C np.W; bAvevifc a Door Lock that
cinnQt be picked. It is cheap ana
sa,fe. See it at Jacobi's Hardware
v - PLEASE NOTICE.
We will fce glad to receive cckmuticatio
from cur- mciitl3 cn any aKtciisutject
general Interest, but ,( - ,
' The name of the writer must always fce fur
nlsned to tlie Editor, ,
Ctommimicatloiis must te written otiy cn
one side ot tne paper. ;
Personalities mustDe avoided.
And it 13 especially and. particularly unccr
stood that the Editor does not always endorse
the views of correspondents unless so stated
in the editorial columns. V
. LI. niclhtire,
NORTH FROHT STREET.
To My Erit nds jiarid tlie
RECENT EVENTS CONNECTED W ITU
the rentlnjrof Stall In Front Street Market
impel me to say a few words to my many kind
menas ana patrons ana to nouseKeeperm gen
It is not the location of the Stall- that sells
the meat but the quality of the meat whloli is
offered far sale. When I opened at my pres
ent location, on the South Sldo of the Market
I took stalls whlcn were Cut of the way and,
where purchasers did - not often 1 penetrate.
But I determined to have the BEST BEEF in
the market and have continued to have the
BEST and the result shows, as I have said,
that it is the qualityof the meat akd not the
location of the stall which attracts rue
buyer. The proof of this lies in the fact that
my sales" for the past twelve month have
far exceeded my anticipations when I located
in the lowest. ... ; ... i.., - -
My meats will sell anywhere, for consumers
will always find out where the best may, bo
had at the market cost. - J , .
I have the BEST MEATSMn the- market, ns
Is a well known fact, and I will; continue .to
have the Best. , I hav& contracts with parties ..
in the West whereby I am to be supplied every
Thursday throughout the season with a Car
load of Western North Carolina and Tennessee
Cattle, than which there are (none better in
the world. This enables me to compete with
the Richmond and Baltimore markets. Every
day during the season this meatvlll be lound ,
on my stalls. This week the offerings win be
unusually good, because tho weather Justifies
it, and I would respectfully call particular at
tention to the display I am to make on Friday
and Saturday. . : . ' ; -:r"'. -.-- ,
Respectfully, ; ; : ' ; Y " , V
J. F. GARRELL.
stalls l & 3 Front St. Market, south sice.
sept283fc ' ,
kepr. WirnoM. ilo.i
. cniM inm m online t4Mt
' i Btocant aad narniflcene
VJ BotaladWaad Keata'sizoi
jf iiialalaaonue pkuso.i
et. win vonf ani raiwg r
iu ubuii fu WV'U van
FBEE. How is tbi poaaible'
W ana mtrm want on per
aoa in aacb locality, to keep li
fhefr hotrMMand abow to thotavho call, oomple llnofom
valoafateand wr useful HCHJaEHOLU aanrLEtl
Theae samplatika waU aa Vbm wateh,vaand trM,aii4 aAr jot
bare kapt tbaa in your borne (or as month sad afaown tbaa
o those who may Bat ealled,tbay baeoma your own prop rf y
It Is poastUa to mako this great oOar, aeodlaf tbs HO E.1C
SOLD watch and COSTY aamplea Ira, aa tba shawlnr o .
the Mmplaa to any locality, always rerulta in a Urce trad far
lis; after oar aamplea bars bera in a locaJlty for a motMhor twt .
we sanally sot from $1000 to WMK) in trade from tb
anrroondlng' country. This, the noet wonderful offer evw
known Jm made In order that omr aamplaainsy be placed at one
where they can be seen, ajl orer Amatioa, Write at once, am
makobmre of tne chance. Header it will be hardly any troobl.
lor yoii to ehow theaamplea to those who may call at your bom
and your reward will be tnostaatiefaetory. A postal card
which to write na costs bat 1 cent and after yon know all , if yo
lo not cam to ro farther, why no harm la Anon. Bat II you d
wend your nddresa at once, yonjean see ore ans.EE oae of tb
beet solid axild watchee fin the world and oar large Hoe
COSTIV S AaaiIje. We pay ail ezTima, fral4it, et
Aoanm qxo, nzaaoa cor; sx eu, ksjuixd, uauu
sept 26 tf " " .
The Cape Fear Acadciiiy
JJEOPENS MONDAY, SEIT, SL Careful in
struction, well equipped SchooL Business or
College preparation, rieaso enter eons at be
ginning ol session. Sco Catalogues in book
WASHINGTON CATLETT, Principal,
sepj S4 2w 23 N. Fourth street.
O A U T I Of
TO THE rUBOC.
AS SOME MEKCHANTS AKE NOT VEltY
particular whether they catch their trade by
false advertisements or not. wo desire to cau
tion the public against advertisers of DUNLAP
SUBIEUisthe Sole Agent .for Wilmington,
where the Genuine Dwdap Ilats are sold, and
all other dealers who advertise tne unapes,
styles or Blocks, do so knowing them to lx
imitations, as they cannot obtain a genuine
Dunlap Uats, unless they buy them Bke any
other customer from an authorized agent at
retalL . , '
Kespectfuiiy, . .
sept 24 it. DUNLAP & CO,
OFFICE OF TUB
SECKETAHY AD TREASUIIEK OF THE
.. . .
WILMINGTON & WELDON K. Tw CO.
TpHKEE AND A HALF VEll CENT. nTEK-
1 ston the Certificates of Indebtedness to
the Wilmington & Weldon Kallroad company
will be paid to all holders of Kecord on octo-
fhe TrSer Books will stand closed from
September 25th to &r2teJ s' Ul'
elusive. JAS. F. IOST, JR.,
ciuit. secrete and Treas
gpptsi . W.W. 1L1LCO.
er. Daniel EorrtUYs i'u'lisU Classical Fcl:;!,
No. 420 Orange stl, Corner of Fifth,
The Annual Session will begin (D. V.) .MON
DAY OCTOBEU 1ST.' l or iniormation of uuy
kind apply as above. (i - scptl.iv
Ail kinds of - Scliool Books and.
School Snpplies can be bought
cheapest at Iloinsberr's.-' ' t
1 - 2l