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VOL Jill WILMINGTON, N. C.. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER .27, 1888. NO 200.
IT . iX
by these marked, peculiarities t
of weariness and pains In the
in the month.
red tonsil e.
, wiin. occasional
h1"n the front of the head:
i , iizzlneas, and yellowness of
vYa"taTi.Vssof appetite. !
1 IKfSof the stomach and bowels
.byJSUn spirits, and great melan
- JrriiH lassitnde and a disposition
.,ivrvt.hinr for tomomiw.
toW""' ' .7 1.
.r.i flow of lllle from the Liver
l"r . 1 itn.... ......
JjSctrf it results in '
,fv if Ejected, soon leads to scrlons
ZU. Amnions Lriverliegnlator exerts
'n.L.n.i nuts the digestive ore:ins
ditiou that they can do their
After taking this mcdiciuo no
f"'. Tl- ..I tiili.ins."
njijrt been subject to severe spells of Con--2a
of the l iver, and have been in the habit of
ftfroa 15 to w grains of calomel which gen
me up for three or four days. lately I
Z2 ba taking Simmons Liver Regulator,
!Li pe "e relief without any interruption to
Jsi." J. Hccg, Middleport, Ohio.
: OXLV CEJTVIJTE
jb, 2J sump in red on frcnt of Wrapper
.H-ZeUia & Co., Philadelphia, l'a.
urstclstpdiwu en sat
ISLAND BEAOH HOTEL,
AT THE HAMMOCKS.
II New and Elegant Hotel
WITH ALL THE FACILITIES FOR
Bail bates' Ride from Wilmington !
istf commanding a beautiful
WW OF TEE OCEAN.
Board at IleaaonalAe Itatcs.
further particulars apply to
W. A. BRYAN.
tZT.tt Wilmington, C.
Fresli Fish Every Day
Uj-g ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHir ALL
tsfcol Fish on short notice.
G. G. AMAN fc CO.
apt 24 Dock St., bet. Front and filter.
Hie Stokley House,
yKTIES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA
TE at Wrlsatsvllle will find the STOKLEY
CSEwellsuDDlied with all that lsneces-
wMltjy tte day, week or month at low
to? ilf er R 10 orfler at ary htur ' dur-
All otthe dciicaoie3 of salt water,tlsli,crabs,
0401 slumps, 4c, furnished to Rnests. -
"-"us wars, rishlnff Doats.FlshiUS xacKie,
umislied oq short notlcct.
oioKiey uouse fronts the water and is
KWyardsot the Depot.
kr., W. U. STOKLEY,
Jl2ot Fraud, as my name and the price
r"2l on the bottom of all ruv advertised
jjVre leaTlnjt the factory, which protect
lt"t?inst hifrh prices and inferior goods,
i- MW Oners W. I . nnnl.i.. .ku. o m
tolsfw'or MJS he n ttiem without my name
trftnped on the bottom, put him down as
LtnoLu' Jt restores tho Liver to
.-,.rtinz order, regulates tho Kccre-
1 of '
Ji U. DOUGLAS
v3SHrMr ' for
JJ W Lmm GENTLEMEN.
S fflLf.??L SEAFLESS Shoe smooth
IV I4AS or WAX THREAD to
"ii1 US eJWT M and
sewed and WII.lt
S 84 SHOE, the orjgtaaj
WiVi. i f ',0- equals cus
the world for
tame .-VI ei.I'l'llLAS BOOK
wear a man a vear-
Urrwi sir 2 if, for coys
J? rtviT.v "-"LAS vorrTTi-te c-i t
rbr ? ; -F ; : i'l will give$50 toanv man who hose UvioS south of -
Flour nd vanced 40 cents a barrel
in Hew Y ,rfc on Tuesday, all due to
1 . 1. 1 ' 1 : i. , 1 1 1 .1 , . -
. c- .. i
The reports as to yellow fever are
more encouraging. It is believed
hdw, with much reason, that the
crisis has passed and tiat the
epidemic will hereafter rapidly de
cline. Democrats on the State Coinuiit
teeleclare that-if the election were
held to-morrow Cleveland would
carry-New York by 25,000 majority,
The Republicans are getting very
mu6h alarmed over the prospect in
Michigan and the author of the Mul
ligan letters is to be rushed to the
front there as soon as can be. We
build some very strong hopes on
- The sea serpert has paid a visit to
the Georgetown, (S. C.) bar. He
was seen there 'last Thursday by
four persons on a tug which was
towing a vessel to sea. A special
in the Ifctcs and Cmirlcr tells about
it. It is described as being between
30 and T0 feet long, with a tail 15
feet long, dark in color and with
a body as large as a "Hour barrel.
The report comes pretty straight
Here is some interesting railroad
gossip. It is from tne New York
correspondent of the Charleston
News and Courier:
Richmond Terminal was the spec
ial object of attack to-day, and was
knocked down to 22i, the lowest
point it has touched for some time.
Thi. depression in values, however,
does not prevent important moves
in Southern railroad affairs, as is
shown by the negotiations noy go
ing oh between the Richmond &
Danville and the East Tennessee,
Virginia & Georgia. The Richmond
& Danville proposes to lease the
East Tennessee for ninety-nine years,
and the details are now being ar
ranged. President George S. Scott,
of the Richmond & Danville, has
submitted in writing the general
outline of a proposition to Gen. Sam
Thomas, president of the East Ten
nessee, Virginia & Georgia, and it is
said that the paper is in all material
points satisfactory to the East Ten
nessee managers. Only a, few minor
details remain to be agreed upon,
and the matter will then be ready
for consideration at tho meeting of
the East Tennessee stockholder, to
be held on October 8th, and the rat
ification of the programme is a fore
gone conclusion from the fact that
the majority of the stockholders
have already been sounded on the
The bookmakers are now at work
in New York. The odds are all on
Cleveland and Hill and it seems to
be a difficult thing to get bets, even
with odds offered. We gather this
from the New Yrork Xta?:
A great deal of money is being
put up ou the exchanges and also
by politicians and sporting men at
the uptown hotels every eveipng on
the result of the election. These
bets take almost every conceivable
form, but the Democrats as a rule
have the call on tho odds, except
perhaps on tho general result, in
which case the betting is veven. A
week or ten days ago the Republi
cans were offering $100 to $90 on
Harrison, but these -offers were
snapped up with such avidity that
the bluffers stopped their shouting,
and for a week past tM betting
the general result ns uetweeu LH)vc-;
land tUid' Harrison has beep even,
That Cleveland will carry New
York, New Jersey and Connecticut
the ruling odds are $75 to $100; that
he will carry Indiana, $'J0 to $100,
and that he. will carry New York
alone, $100 to $75. The lu$tV- uru
the rulivg figures at which bets are
made that Uiil vi dofiHit Warner i
Miller, and that Hill will have 20,000
plurality the betting is even, with j
more offered tliau is taken. j
The usual amount of bluffing has ,
been gpmg op ip thi, a in foiniier
campaigns. Jake Hess has been ac-,
cused of indulging this pastime !
when he offered to bet any part of a :
host of $20,000 ou Harrison, which;
i . m
an 01 tins amount bv Mvron Bans
f Syracuse, Edward S." Stokes and
other Democrats, Hess failpd tr
turn up iu his usual haunts. Joenh
IT T:..l..... -r .1
K. Rickey, of Fulton, Mo., hasnlaoe.1
..... - w oa vrr-i ii
$8,000 at I he sr. .lames Hctel. whic
it. James Hotel, which
he will bet to $7,-000 t'hdt --TMevelaml
will win. This itione.y has been thus
placed as the result of hjiUT talk by
Hepullicans at tins hotel on Mon
dav nigJit. It wa stated hv some
of these political wranglers that on
uipipuuhbitmk " '.
Armour, the Chicago millionaire,'
had offered to bet $5,000 even that
Harrison would be elected. Iurtant-
ly Mr. Rickey palled, from a pocket
will bring 3'oung Armour here and
induce him to repeat the .wager."-
Several young men made a run to- (
ward the Brunswick Hotel, where ,
young Mr. Armour !s staying, but j
not return. After waiting-
awhile Mr. Rickey authorized his
friends to announce that he would
bet $8,000 to $7,000 that Cleveland
would be elected. Mr. Rickey is the
best known non-professional sport
ing man in America. '"Four years
ago he bet in one day $18,000 on
Cleveland's election. He wagered
altogether $30,000 on the result of
th.it canvass and won $25,000.
A check for $1,000 was received at
the Hoffman House last night by
Clerk Pencofik Irom Mr. King, a
prominent railroad juan of Jackson,
:Tenn., with instructions to place it
111 two bets on the election. One net
1 is sfriw to pauu on uieveianti, anu ine
I other half is to be placed at the
same odds that Hill will defeat War-
ner Miller. The money now awaits
takers at the counter of the Hoff
man House office.
! 'I cannot praise Hood's Sarsapa
rillahalf enough," savs a mother
j whose son, almost blind with scrof
ula. was cured by this medicine.
Index to New Advertisements.
A Shrikr Keep Comfortable
Jas C Mcnds, Agt Drujjglst
M M Katz A Spin in Dry Goods
W W McDiarmid The Robesonlan
F C Miller Pinv and White Gossamer
Window Glass, by the box or light.
Save money by buying from Jacobi's
Hdw. Depot. " t
Fishermen will find the cheapest
place for Gill Twine, Rope, etc., is
at Jacobi's Hdw. Depot. t
All kinds of School Books and
School Supplies can be bought
cheapest at Heinsherger's. f
For North Carolina, fair weather
arid stationary temperature.
We now have it, a Door Xook that
cannot be picked. It is cheap and
safe. See It at Jacobi's Hardware
Happiness supreme. rThis is the
condition of all who have been wise
and purchased Stoves at JacobiIS
Col. John li. Cantwell is having
his residence on.Priqcess street.near
Nilltlij overruled, anxl remodeled
Another story is a.lso to be put an it'
Two new frame dwellings are near
ly completed on the corner of
Fourth and Mulberry streets. One
of these is erected by Mrs. E. Schul
ken and the other by Mrs. C. S.
Capt." Jno. Y, Harper, of South
pprt. was in the city to-day.
Hon. A. M. Waddell returned to
the city this morning, via the C. C
R. R., for a few days rest.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H, J, Alr$nH have
returned tq the city from a month's
visit to, tl;o CivtskiU Mountains,
We are glad to learn that Rev. D.
H. Tattle, who has been quite sick,
is well euough to he out again.
Mr. W. W. McDiarmid, of that ex
cellent jiaper, tho Lumberton llobe
xonlcm, is in the city to-day and fa
vored us with a visit.
Our good friend, Mr. A. F. Lucas,
is a happy man now, his wife and
family have returned from a visit 9
several weeks to relatives at BdfariQn.
liock Cvim. s-jociacica and Kyelasea
'&ivld5't'6'oiU'' afiiT ymi'iijjf: in e
lectiug spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
vowcr than has been lost to the eve
as in the same proportion that yo
pass that point of inoye,., wUl ouuse
you, f urih injury to ilie eye. Using
glasses of stronger power than isne
iiv t t.liA ilnrilv ennsf! of nrcnia-
(urc old agc to thesight. You can get
tho best at Heinsherger's.
r T -
The rVlv, UooU'. ,
Tie publtc schools In the' city will
jjl,' u OI1 Monday next, which
.,,; t .u o
will be the begming of the SeqQ
vx'. Noble urges uopon all who
W&Z. Jsome urges uopon
.le.lre to enter that they be present
Those who were not pupils v..
session but wisl c fte rejt se-
on, report o,r examination on
io-uiorrow (Friday) at the follow
Hemenway School (white), 9 to 10
Peabody School (colored), 9 to 10
Union School(white)ll to 12a.m.
u otiiouiini ,
Wilhston School (coIorX 51 to
12 a. in. -
) Pupils livhl' north of Market
attend Union School.
will be rigidly eniorced.
Headquarters for Powder, Shot,
Cans. CartrKWH and Ainmnnitinn
of all kinfla . . Tnhi Hrir r j
pot. , Shells" loaded at a
Important Notice. ,
will no doubt be a relief to those
a-ufferiug from defective vision to '
learn that l have succeeded : in se
curing, for a few days only, the ser I
vices, of the expert optieian, Mr. H. (
fatuous JL K. Hawkes' Eye?m Glasses
and Spectacles; this gentleman, as
many of our citizens remember, vis
ited this city before and readily se
cured the confidence of the public.
This is a rare opportunity to secure
a perfect tit without extra charge
for these glasses than the establish
ed retail price.
I will sndorse any contract made
by Mr. Casou.
Robert R. "Bellamy,
2t NW. cor. Front & Market sts.
Young Democrats in Council.
A large and enthusiastic meeting
of the Young Men's Democratic
Club was held at headquarters last
Mr. Herbert McClammy, delegate
to the meeting of the Democratic
Association at Morehead, submitted
his report, which on motion was
adopted and ordered on file.
On motion, of Mr. Iredell Meares
it was resolved by the club that
there shall be three mass meetings
in different parts of the city within
the next thirty day. and that tho
invitation committee provide speak
ers for these occasions, and invite
Col, Waddell to speak at one of
these meetings. This motion was
carried. Mr. Herbert McClammy re
ported in behalf of his committee
that lie had invited Hons. S. S. Cox,
Alfred Rowland, and Senators Ran
som and Vance to speak here, but
had not receivedi any answer yet.
The -C!ub resolved Ao ?turU
y$ full ranks, under the command
of Chief Marshal Morrison, at tho
Democratic Jubilee here on the
night of October 12th, when Hon. F.
N. Strudwick and Hon. W. H. Kitch
en will actdve-ss the citizens of Wil
The Wilmington Amateur Operatic
Company have hit upon a very pret
ty and delicate device for showing
their appreciation of the hospitality
0 the Charlottese on their recent
visit to that city. They have for
warded the amount netted for the
entertainment there to, a committee
in Charlotte, to bo by them for
warded to the yellow fever sufferers,
as a remittance from that city, The
following will explain it all:
Wilmington, N. C. Sept. 2G, 188S.
2b Mrs. Bason, Mrs. Dcwcy, Mrs.
Taliaferro and others:
We, the committee appointed by
the Little Tycoon Opera Company,
desire to express to you our most
sincere appreciation of the hospita
ble treatment and cordial reception
given to. us by the good people of
Charlotte, and the warmest thanks
of all of us are due to you (or the
delightful hours pa$ifiei. in your
beautiful little. wAy, 4 We only re
erret that we were not able to meet
Personal lv and thank every one of
ttie many wuo weresoiavisnin tneir
attentions to us. We shall always
remember with pleasure the lovely
and graceful manner, in whi,cli we
were received. "Did we leave with
weeping; well, we s.Wdl look back
We. euerose ii draft .on the Com-
LuciTeial "National Bank and made
payable to the order.of your Mayor,
for $200, the proceeds of tho ymer
tainmeut, which we shall. &e pleased
for you to remit to ie sufferers at
Jacksonville.- h contribution from
v Yours, very respectfully, '
H. M. Emkrsox,x
Louis L. Cums,
C. C. CiAIbourn,
Mr. S. H. Fishblatex the King
Clothier, has his. stock ready
for inspton. "Heal ways purchases
frfy so, a to obtain the choice
styles. Merchants buying- their
stocks this season of the year" have
to take the "cullings," or what is
left, that other merchants would not
have. Mr. Fishblate's stock is com
posed entirely of first cUiss goods
and tailor made eaul to custom
make. H,e. employs no women at 25
cent ft day 'and- work them 10 hours
each day to make pant and Cheap
John goods to palm off on the. pub
lie. His stores are well lighted day
and night, which is very essential
for buvers of clothing. We advice.
our readers tobewareof adark store
and Cheap John goods." tf
The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 480 bales. '
Nor. barque Ilecfcr, Johanuseu,
from this port, arrived at Riga on
the 25th instant.
Nor. barque Argo is reported in
below, leaking. Sch'r. Ill E. Clones,
from Charleston, is also in below
and at quarantine. .
Mr I. Shrier will to-morrow raffle
a gold headed cane for the benefit
of the fever sufferers. The commit
tee of young ladies are requested to
be on hand at 10 o'clock.
Three light weights met in Front
Street Market this morning and
concluded to try and break down
the big city scales. They were
Messrs. R. M. Croom, of Burgaw,
259 pounds, T. P. Sykes, Citv, 228 J,
T. A, Watson, City, 217. . -
New Drug Store.
Mr. James C. Munds, one of the
best known and most competent
druggists in the city, has opened a
new drug store in the new Smith
block on Princess street. He has
one of the neatest, prettiest, stores
in thejeftyand is supplied with an
entirely new and fresli stock of
drugs and patent medicines. 'We
wish him much success in -his
Col. Waddell To-Night.
Hon. A. M. Waddell will address
the citizens of Wilmington on the
political questions of the day at the
Opera House to-night, at 8:30 o'clock.
The ladies are invited to attend as
well as the gentlemen and ushers
will be in attendance to see them
seated. It is the first time this vear
that the people of Wilmington have
had an opportunity of hearing Col.
Waddell and we- know that large
numbers will avail themselves of it.
. City "Court.
Mayor Fowler disposed of the fol
lowing cases this morning:
J. -E. Anderson, disorderly con
duct, $20 or 30 da vs.
Susan Nixon, disorderly conduct,
Geora Leg'uln, throwing rocks in
tho streets, $5 or 10 days.
Robert Sweet, hogs running at
large, was fined $5.
Ellison Herring, disorderly con
duct, $10 or 20 days. .
Andrew Hill, stealing a ride on
street cars, $5 or 5 days.
The advantages of advertising
could not be better illustrated than
in the case of Mr. W. L. Douglas, of
Brockton, Mass., manufacturer of
the celebrated W. L. Douglas $3.00
shoe. About four years ago, Mr.
S. R. Niles, Newspaper Advertising
Agency, of Boston, placed for Mr,
Douglas an advertisement covering
a portion of the New England
States. Since that time Mr.
Douglas has steadily increased his
advertising as his business prosper
ed, and the returns have been, so
gratifying that he has recently
placed, through Mr. Niles, his ad
vertisement in over 5000 ne wspapers,
covering every section of the country
from Maine to California. It -
Will Not Gu toTarboro.
The-"Little Tycoons" have de
cided to decline the invitation to go
to Tarboro to play in the Opera
House in that city. They would be
glad to go, and would go if they
could but circumstances are such
that they have been reluctantly
compelled to decline and have wired
their frieuds at Tarboro to this ef
fect. One reason for this lies in the
fact that Miss Annie DeRosset will
leave here to-morrow night on her
return to Washington City.
tiive Honor to Whom Honor is Due.
Mr, Editor Dear Sir The an
A. G. 1
dayVUfciYJKW to 'Bertha's" prob
lem of the 25th is not to "A. G. PV
credit. He came down to our office,
asking me about it; he then had it
$4,92 3-10 and I had it $4.92, and
while we were disputing over it,
another gentleman sitting near,
showed and explained to us the
ciitch hi it, and when "A. G. P."
went back to his place of business,
1 requested him to stop by the Re
view office and have .my answer
withdiawn, as I did not want to
havt the credit when, it is due to
another. He said lie would, and so
I let it. rest, not for one moment
thinking what ha might . do. Uj
went to the Review oliice and had
the answer "withdrawn, as you kco!.
hy yesterday's paper. I" asked him
about it, and for rearms he has,
says he was too late; they had al-
ready gone to pres. - No.v, I will
give you one if "A, G, P." got
there. too, Lite to. have niy answer;
withih?awn, how Ciimo hinv-.not too
Iftte.txj.cljapge hi and- put anotner
man's answer in and sign his name
to" it; r:
Respectf ully H. A. W.f Jll.
t-TJ SundayiSchool Convention. t
The Sunday School Convention
of this the Wilmington district, of
the M. E.-Church,. will meet to-morrow
at Magee's Chapel, Smiles from
Wilson. The delegates from Grace
Church, -this city are Messrs! Jam es
F. Post, Jr. and A. G; Warren and
Mrss Belle Bowden; Miss- Lula G.
Bowden aad Miss Jennie King, and
from the church atSonthport, Mr.
E. . H. Cranmer, ' Jr.7 : vVe tried in
vain to ascertain the names of
the delegates from Fifth Street and .
Bladen Street churches. "1 :
A Colored Woman Injured.
A colored woman' abou t : 25 years
old, hailing from Acorn Branch,
whose name we could not ascertain,
was struck by an engine on the W.
& W. R. R., at the Y, about. 1 1.-this
morning, and severely injured.4' She
was walking near the track as the
shi fting engine was r moving d 6 wn
the track and just before ik reached
her she stepped towards the track;
The engineer saw her "and reversed
his engine and blew "the whistle but
she was struck -on ithelef leg Just
as she put her foot on the "track.
The leg was broken below the knee
and she received a severe' contusion
on the head. A physician was sum
moned and she was sent to the hOs-
pital. It is said the woman I 'deaf
and did not hear the "train or'tho
warnings". Those who saw th'iAc-
cident are emphatic in exhoneratfrig
the engineer anday he did" all that
was possible to avoid the accident.
Ja mes 0. Mundsf Agpnt,
PrinrPCa CtroAt' lvif nrann t?iArff tn4 irrferr
iimvuw MtlkVUf AVITUVU X'iViiV CVUV4 U- VVJiU
m m - . s-
I will he pleased to see all old frlendsand cus
tomers and to make new friends of new cus
" ' O-- ' t v
JJBAVY WINTER CLOTUJNa is .q;yet
needed, but something thicker than Summer
wear is necessary for health. This Is provid
ed by us. . ' . . , .. - t
Our Fall Styles v
are Superb. Just the thing' for Comfort and
Health. Good Clothing Is Cheaper than Doc
tor's bills, will take pleasure in shown, j our
Stock and Styles. - ; --; -
sept 27 . NO. 80 N. Front St.
Published in Lumbcrton, Ni i., by
W. W. McDIARMID,
JS HEAD EVEKY WEEK 15 Y NEAKLY
every intelligent citizen of Robeson county,
and has a general circulation in all tho sur-
Wli.blVU' AUViUUill iUUJ IVUf a
boro and Darlington in South Carolina.
The rObesonian is now in the Eighteentlf
Year or a prosperous and vigorous existence,
and is so firmly established in the hearts of
its patrons as well as a pecuniary enterprise,
that business men can readily estimate as to
its value to them. The advertising rates are
exceedingly reasonable, considering the c. -e, .
circulation, and influence of the papr. i ad
5 cents for specimen copy. ; , sert7.-
To My Friends and ' ilie
Public Generally. .
jECENT EVENTS 'CONNECTEp WITH
the renting of Stalls in "iVont Street' Slai i r
Impel me to say a few words to my many M : .d
friends and patrons and to housekeepers v.'
crally. . ' . .
It is not the location or tho stall thjit u .
the meat but the quality ot the meat 'Which u
offered for sale. When I opened at my r n n-
cnt location, on the South Side of the Market.
I took stalls which were out of the way ana
where purchasers did not often pec,tmrp.
But I determined to have the BEST pZHF iu
t he market and have continued to . na'vetiiO
BEST and tne result shows, as I have s.i i.
that it Is the qcautyof the xkat ikd vnr tii k
iiOCATZON of tub sta n, which attracts t ho
buyer. The proof of thl3 lies in the tan ml t
my sales for the past twelve months Ji-ve
far exceeded my anticipations when I located
In the market. v - '
My meats will sell anywhere, lor consumr-r
will always nnd out where tho Bcsfsliay 1 .
had at t lie lowest cost. ' , .v
I have tlifi BEST MEATS In the market, as
is a well known fact, and I will continue to
have the Best. I have contracts with partlf a
in the West whereby I ara to be supplied every
Thursday throughout tlin season with a .Car
load of Western North Carolina and TCnAcis t
cattle, than which there are none beMer in
the world. This enables me to compete with
thr IJJfhmrtnrt nnd Knit lmfir martCtH. EverV
day durinar the season thl3 me.itv lil bo foutKi
on my stalls. This week the offerings win bo
unusually good, because the weather Justine
It, and I would respectfully call particular in
tention to the display I am to make on Friday
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