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VOL XII WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1888.
to receive their paper regularly.
in the editorial columns.
ni l f - - - - -
' why these marked peculiarities i :
k idling of weariness and pains in the
ft breath, bad taste in the month.
filiation, with occasional attacks
JlAacbe, in the front or the. head!
I dizziness, : and yellowness of
' nrn, loss of appetite. '-
I fuoo of the stomach and bowels
of spirits, and ereat melan-
1 latitude and a disposition
. 23ewnrtnln for to-morrow. .
hM V IH from the lAwer
k "ffST Cd ieaiu. When this
JSit results in.
, v jr neglected, soon leads to serious
vrt, Simmons Llverltegtilatorexcrts
trtfrlir itous influence over every kind
iStousnos. 11 restores the J.iver to
rworkin? order, regulates the Kecre
f5rtf bile and puts the digestive organs
ionditiou that they can do their
i Zwnrt. Alter uk i ng ui is ineuiciuo bo
liavt been subject to severe spells of Con--lotof&c
Liver, and have been in the habit of
Efffrim is to 2 grains of calomel which gen
iCbidme up for three or four days. Lately I
rj tea taking Simmons Liver Regulator,
Sulk pre me relief without any interruption to
3es.-'--J. Hugo, Middleport, Ohio.
fcoor 25 stamP in rC( 0Xk ront Wrapper
lH.Zeilin&Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
BrSKlstpdiwlj ensat .
ISLAND BEAOH HOTEL,
AT THE HAMMOCKS. 1
A New and Elegant Hotel
WITH ALL THE FACILITIES FOR
Ift Hanks' Bide from WflmingUn
ud commanding a beautiful
VIEW OF THE 0 OEAN.
Board at Tteasonaite Kates.
further particulars apply to '
W. A BRYAN.
ag 2; tt Wilmington, N. C.
Fresh Fisli Every Day
E ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHIP ALL
teidsor Fish on short notice.
G. G. AMAN & CO.
sept 34 . Dock st., bet. Front and Water.
The Stokley House,
pARTlES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
oasatWrtghtsville will find the STOKLEY
Hoisa veil supplied with all that lsneces
vy. Board by the day, week or month at low
Rsi suppers to order at any hour dur
wiottte delicacies of salt water,flsh,crahs,
cunfl,ammp3, &c, furnished to guests.
idling Eoaia, Fishing Boats.Flshlng Tackle,
amrnisaed on short notice,
fftotiej House fronts the water and 13
i'Wn KWjamsot the Depot
W. II. STOKLEY,
5f rod, aa my name and the price
rion, the bottom of all my advertised
rWo leaving the factory, which protect
.'Irrnilnst high prices aid inferior goods.
ar offers wTl. Douglag shoes at a, re
Jjce, or says he has tbem without my name
jjwet itamped on the bottom, put him down-a
. -Til-rni ii. -, , i - ..r n;r- i'j?S'r
calf S3 SEA31XESS Shoe smooth
rATACKS or WAX THREAD to
1?RIp! easy 83 band-sewed, and Wlli
N ife hUGLAS S4 SHOE, the original
d7T: weit i siioe. equals crre-
iJ"aa tn hurt v. m .
820 SUOE Is unexceUed
l d &irffe111 Shoe for the priee.
SHOP ?L,S ?2-25 WORKING
Vr -best in the world for
k til1 Dorr? irrh' to wear man par.
wM SrtSS k8 ,M,8HOB FOR ROYS
fcJ-L. dSi'ot i'Jn lhis world. . -5Stt?JnS5I',5T9PTP,S
.3toiiJr"! world. ti. , ,
Wli ffl?S'5?tn Lace. If not !
"gVVl5 30 l'OLICE SHOE.
tnfuE nd Vttep Oarrieiiallwear thero.
"uS? ? Hand-Sewed Shoe. No Tacks
Albany, N. Y., had a slight shock : The receipts of cotton at this port
of ; earthquake early yesterday . to-day foot up 545 bales.. .
lnorniDfr. - Lottie Shepherd, the unfortunate
: The champion inuch-married man colored woman who was struck by
has just come to grief out in De- an engine near the Y yesterday, died
troit. He was found guilty of big- ; at the hospital this morning. ".
amy or trigaiuy or fifteen-igamy, or j Miss Lula J. Agostini will take a
whatever it was. He had 33 wives ( few mugic scholars at her residence,
and 15 of these comforted him in . 19 South Sixth street. Miss Agos
CDurt. : A dime museum , ought to : irti fu n rnnn i-.iv rtf Wirld inns-
gobble him up.
Our Republican friends can't say
that "nobody wants to bet on Cleve
land.'' Read this from the. New
lork Star: . R. will pive a complimentary excur-
A prominent dry goods dealer of 8ion to Wrightsville and the Hum.
Broadway has furnished tlie Whole- k toti,e white ministers in this
sale Dry Goods Cleveland and Thur- i mocks tothe wnite ministei s m tnis
man Club with money to make the;c,ty? au1 on the following Monday,
following bets: j October 8th, they will give one to
Uue inousana tloiiars To o,UV0 :
trtat Cleveland will uave 237 elec
toral votes .or more; $500 to $2,500
that Cleveland will earrv'the State
of Illinois; $500 to $1,500 that Cleve
land will carry the State of Michi
gan; ooo to $i,uuo tnat uieveianu
will 2arrv the State of California;
$5,000 to $5,000 on the general elec -tion.
Any part or selection of the above
in no less amounts than $50 can be
had by inquiring at the Wholesale
Dry Goods Cleveland and f hurman
CluVNo. 343 13 road way, New York
city. . " ,
Here is another straw which shows
very plainly just how the wind doth
blow. It is from yesterday's Char
Mr. Thosf Rankin, who returned
yesterday from New York, says that
the metropolis is given up almost
entirely to political talk, and some
of the- gossip is interesting. New
York State is considered safe for
Cleveland,and the Republicans have
no hopes of carrying it. They seem
to have some hopes, however, of
carrying North Carolina, as they are
betting even on the State going Re
publican. Connecticut is consider
ed doubtful, but California is count
ed on strong for Cleveland. That
State is almost conceded to the De
mocracy. Michigan, too, is consid
ered as a Democratic State. A prom
inent and well known citizen of
Michigan one day last week, in a
New York club-house, put up $10,000
that Michigan would go for Cleve
land. The feeling among the Demo
crats in New York is one of safety.
Cleveland's chances are now considj
erd better than ever before.
Pimples, boils and other humors
are liable to appear when the blood
gets heated. To cure them, take
Index to New advertisements.
Munds Bros Pharmacists
D J Gilbert Homes-Made Candies
M M Katz A Spin In Dry Goods
Lecture By Rev DrTII Prltchard
P C Miller Plnlf and White Gossamer
Miss Lttla J Agostini Music Scholai s
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 Heinsberger's. t
We now have it. a Door Lock that
cannot be picked. It is cheap and
safe. See it at Jacobi's Hardware
Depot. v t
Mr. Gilbert will have a fine sup
ply of fresh home made candies to
morrow on Princess street, between
Front and Second.
For North Carolina.fairand slight
ly colder weather and light frosts in
the mountain districts.
Happiness supreme. This is the
condition of all who have been wise
ana purchased Stoves at Jacobi s
Hdw. Depot. t
A number of little ladies and their
young gentleman friends in round
jackets will give a lawn" party to
night at Mrs. Danham's residence,
corner Third and Princess streets,
for the benefit of the yellow fever
sufferers. The admission fee is only
nve cents and everybody ought
Mayor Fowler imposed of the fol
lowing cases this morning:'
I 1 1 1 1 n D rh..k 1 1 . LI' i
, iiniKi luijiuau, utsurueriv con
Benjaiuin Charles, disorderly con
duct, $10 or 20 days.
Baily James, 'disorderly ponduct
.u or uu ciay. . .
Headquarters for Powder, Shot,
Cartridges and Ammunition
of nil kinds is at Jacobi's Hdw. 'De
pot. Shells loaded at a inoment'a
nonce. : . 1 v v
ical ability and experience,
iu this issue. . -
On Tuesday next tbaSeacoast -IkL. srs. iuunus ros:,ipoarmacisis,
...:n -t.. -Tt,w rnave renewed their. advertisinsr- con
thf rolorcd iuirnstpr
Appeal for Masonic Sufferers.
Mr. D. W. Bain, Grand Secretary
of the Grand Jjodge of Masons of
North Carolina, has issued an ap
peal in behalf of the Masonic suf
ferers at Jacksonville, many of the
order there being in great distress.
Contributions can be sent to Raleigh,
N. C, to Col. W. E. Anderson,
Grand Treasurer,or to Jacksonville,
Fla., to the Masonic Relief Com
The Cane Awarded.
The gold headed cane presented
by Mr. I. Shrier for the benefit of
the yellow fever sufferers, the
chances for which were gotten up
by a number of little girls, was
awarded at Mr. Shrier's store this
forenoon and was won by Mr. GuiU
ford F. Home. There were fifty-two
chances, at 10 cents each, making
$5.20 for the cane.
Not Maclr Damage.
The alarm of fire this morning
about 9 o'clock, which was turned in
from box 34, 'was caused by the
burning of a hole in the roof of a
one-story frame dwelling on the cor
ner of Front and Meares "street,
owned and occupied by John Lord,
colored. T-h ' -damage wasJ very
slightf 'TKe Department turned out
but were met with the information
on the way that it was "all out."
Weekly Lectures on the Lord' Prayer
Rev. Mr. Creasy is delivering weeH-
ly lectures on the Lord's Prayer at
Grace Methodist E. Church. The
subject last Wednesday evening was
"Thy will be dpne in earth, as it is
in Heaven." On Sunday night, by
the request of the Woman's. Mis
sionary Society, he will preaeh a ser
mon on missions.
Col. Waddell Last Night.
Hon. A. M. Waddell spoke at the
Opera House last night to a large
audience, among whom were .many
ladies. The notification was a late
one and this fact shows the great es
teem In which this eloquent son of
the Cape Fear is held here in his
own home. It was the first gun of
the campaign in Wilmington and
wiil be followed up by others very
Rock Crystal Spectacles an.d. Eyelqgges
Advice to old and young: in se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not 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 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.
AH In One Minute. "
Old "Harry" the hose ree horse
of the W. S. F. E, Cp, $o, 1, is al
ways in a big hurry when- the fire
belj taps and at such times he can't
be held. He knows his business. a,P$
he goes at it without any prrui
naries. AVlen te. iU&rl struck 'this
moaning he was out at work and
moved off with Dave,"the driver, on
his back, in full tilt for the engine
house. Two gentlemen who were
standing at the corner of FoUh
and Market streets timed him as he
passed and ook him just one.
inirute bjy the watch to go down
tourth street to the engine house,
get into his -harness and appear
again at the same spot wiU the.
hose reel behind him. The distance
was not gretx i K tr:u;ev nbput 225
5ftnsl hut he had. to turn into the
engine House, get into ' position for
the harness, " receive the harness
and get into the shafts of the, hose
reel and then get dm, gJ( the house,
into tlie" str'and up the hilL .But
one minute is a Ivei y small periocl
of time and all of this was done 'n.
ttat oneVmU innute,
-Masonboro comes to the front
with a big fish; On "Wednesday a!
gentleman resident there caught on j
the beach a drum which weighed 26 j
pounds and measured 44i inches in i
length. Now, trot out your big fish, i
Dr. Pritchard's lecture to-night at
the Brooklyn Baptist Church will ;
treat of .the late Missionary World's i
pnierence in Jondon, tne 'Lionaon
Tower and other curiosities of that
great ' city, with a sketch of Mr.
Spnrgeon and his work.
tract with the Review. This house
was established 15 years ago and it
has steadily grown in the confidence
and esteem of the public. There are
two stores, on North Front street
and on North Fourth and at either
place will always be found a full
stock of fresh medicines.
This Morning's Fire.
The alarm of fire this morning at
3 o'clock was caused by the burning
of a one story frame dwelling on
Thirds between Dawson and -Woos-ter
streets, owned and occupied by
Jane Farrow, colored. There was
insurance for $100 on the building in
the Northern Insurance Company,
represented here by Mr. M. S. Wil
lard. Dr. Moran Alive anil Improving.
We are very glad to chronicle the
fact that Rev. Dr. Moran is not
dead, as was stated by us a few
days since. The report was current
here to that fact and we only voiced
it. He has been a very sick man,
though, but we are rejoiced to
know that he is still in the land of
the living. Mr. H. M, Bowden re
ceived a letter to-day from Rev.
Dr. Deems, which gives this grati
fying ieformation. It says that the
crisis of Dr. Moran's malady has
been passed and that his medical
advisers report him as improving
and state that in all probability he
will getwell, --. X !
Important Notice. " 01
It will no doubt be a relief to those
suffering from defective vision to
learn that I have succeeded in se
curing, for a few days only, the ser
vices of the expert optician, Mr. H.
Xi. Cason, who Is representing the
famous A, K. Hawkes' Eye 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 fit : without extra charge
for these glasses than the establish
ed retail price, .
I will endorse any contract made
by Mr. Cason.
, Robert R. Bellamy,
2t NW. cor.Front & Ma.rHet sis.
Thanks, frojn, the Tycoons.
The committee appointed by the
Little Tycoon Opera Company foy
the purpose, sent the following com
munjeation yesterday to Col. Jones:
WliWNGTOX N. C, Sept: 97, '88.
Col. Jj. C. Jones, Superintendent Car
Dear Sir: The members of the
Little Tycoon Opera Company,
through their committee, beg leave
to offer you their thanks for the
courtesy of the Carolina Central
Railroad during their recent trip to
Charlotte, and to convey to you their
gratitude for the" weleome generos
ity by which tl benefit was ' made
practicable and the charity morefef
fec.ve.' - The excellent caxd ' taken
of us. and the luxury o a.pr.iya.te car
are also warmly arreci$,te4
We also desi, tO, return thanks to
Messrs, .J It. Sha.rp a,u,d W. F. Wil
liaVv 9K M courteous attentions
received from, them.
H. M., Emerson,
L. L. Curtis,
C. C. Chadbour
Mr. S. U. . Fishblate, the King
Clothier, hai his. - J'all stock ready
for inspection. He always purchases
early ' so. as to. obtain the choice
styles. Merchants buying their
stocks tM season of the year have
tatae. the "cullings," or what is
left, that other merchants would not
have. Mr. Fishblate's stock is com
posed entirely of first class goods
and tailor mad eeqanl to custom
make H.e wwploys no somen at 23
cents h day antl work, them 10 hcs
each day to make pants and Cheap
John goods to palm off oa. the pubr
Hc. His stores are well lighted day
and night; wduph. is very esstmtial
for huyers of clothing.' We advise
cTui rteadersr to.bewafeof adark store
and Cheap John goods. tx
; ' Rev. Dr. pritchard's family, who
have spent the Summer at the Sound
have returned to the citjv :
Messrs. . Scott Stanford, Vof j the
Goldsborolrw,and W. Wl Teachey,
of Teachey's, are in the city and fa
vored us with a call this forenoon.
We greatly regret that we were not
in at the time.
We are glad to hear that Mr. Geo.
Grant, who.has been very sick for
the last month, is very much im
proved.' . -.
. Mr. Norwood Huske,: senior mem
ber of the new firm of Huske &
Draper, who are to open a new dry
goods house in this city next week,
is here making arrangements for
that purpose. Mr. Draper is in New
York purchasing the goods. -
Death of Mrs. Calder.
We regret very much to learn of
the death of Mrs. Phila C. Calder,
one of the oldest residents of this
city, which occurred at her resi
dence here - to-day. She was . the
widow of the late William Cal
der, who died many years ago, pre
vious to the war, and the mother of
Mr. William Calder, the only one of
her children who survives her. She
had been an invalid for some time
and her death was not unexpected.
She was an exemplary Christian wo
man, for more years than we can
remember a meitfber of St. James'
Church, and she passed away calm
ly and peacefully with the assured
hope of another and a brighter life
bevond. "' , .
We are indebted to Mr. F. P
Chaffee, Signal officer here, for the
report of the probable weather for
October, calculated from observa
tions of the past 17 years. It shows
that we usually have quite a cool
change between the 14th and 18th
and again about the 25th. The
highest temperaturerecorded here
during October was 92 degrees, in
1874; the lowest, 35 degrees, in 1887.
Clear, days average one in every four
cloudy, one in four, and it rains one
day in four, with an average daily
rainfall of 0.13 of an inch. The great
est daily rainfall was 4.51 inches on
the 11th, in 1885. The average ve
locity of wind is five miles per hour
from the northwest, and this direc
tion is 33 per cent, of all others.
Highest wind velocity here during
the month is 47 miles, from the
northeast, on the 6th, in 1873.
Wilmington Library Association.
A meeting of the Vilmington Li
brary Association was held at the
Library Rooms last night to con
sider a proposition made by the
Young Men's Christian Association.
This proposition, briefly stated,
was: The Y. M. C. A. to pay the
present debt of the Association (not
to exceed $350) upon condition that
the library and furniture be trans
ferred to it, and to give the life
members of the Association, and
such of the other members as shall
keep up a membership in the Y. M.
C. A., by paying the annual dues of
$2, the privilege of the books. In
the event of failure of the Y. M. C.
A. to keep up its organization, the
books to revert to the Association.
The meeting was called to order
by Dr. Thomas F. Wood, President,
and Mr. Iredell Meares was request
ed to act as secretary.
The proposition from the Young
Men's Christian Association wasjsub-
mitted, and waa strongly advocated
by Mr. B. G. Worth and Mr. W. M.
dimming, and was opposed by Col.
B. R. Moore Mr. Junius Davis,' Dr.
W. G, Tlomas and Capt. W. H. Bix
hy. Finally, on motion of Dr.
Thomas, the proposition was reject
ed by a vote of 19 to 5. - ' "
.Dr Thomas then appealed to the
members to come forward and ; re
lieve the Association from debt, and
in response the following amounts
were pledged for this purpose: Dr.
W. G. Thomas, $10; Capt. W. H. Bix.
by, $10; Dr. G. G. Thomas, $10; Dr.
Thos. F. Wood; $10; Dr. W. H.
Green, $10; Junius Davis, $10; J. C
Chase, $10; H. G. Smallbones, $10;
Jno; Wi Bolles, $10; B. G. Worth
$10; U Solomon, $5; W, M.Cummiug,
Zi Col. B. It. Moore, $5;' C. C. Chad
bouriJ, $5; C. B.' Mallett, $5; W. II.
' J The follow! ng resolu tion was
then submitted and adopted:
Res&licdt "That CoL B. R. Moore
and Junius Davis, Esq, be empow
ered and requested to secure from
the municipal' authorities "of the
city of Wilmington, a suitable room
for theaccommbdatibn of the Lib
rary of this Association, if practicable.-
--v-- ....; -
A committee was, on motion, ap
pointed to solicit hew subscriptions
to pay the debt and also solicit mem
bers. The Chairman appointed as
the committee Dr. W." G. Thomas,
Gabriel Holmes . J "Rnll,-
Capt. W. H. Bixby. '
ucmg uu uiuer ousiness uiv
meeting adjourned. 4
. A. G. P. to H. A. TV., Jr.'
Editor "Review: T deem fL A.
W, , J r's, communication ' unwort h v
of notice, but out at respect to in v
self alonelanswer, I admit his state
ment about going to his - office as
true, but about what .transpired
there he is entirelv wronr?. I went
to his office knowing that he would
reply to 4'Bertha." We compared
figures; his answer wasj $4.92 and
making the calculation as he did he
was wrong. My- answer by the
same method was &4.92-3-1G.
Another erentleman sittincr bv mad
the calculation as- it should have
been made. I saw the manner in
which he nroceeded. but did not seo
the aaswer. H. A. W., Jr., snatched
tne paper irom the aforesaid gentle
man (and kept it concealed) upon
which the nrobleni -was solved. I
asked him to let lhe. see the!answer;
tnis ne reiusea, ne Intending to in
sert it in your paper. We then
concluded to withdraw both
our former answers and let the mat :
ter go unanswered. -He reauested
me to withdraw Ihem both. I then
left his office and' returned to my
place of -business. On returning, I
made the calculation, bv the new
method, and the result was it ap
peared m Wednesday's Review. I
then came to your office with the in
tention of withdrawing both, when
to my surprise I was told- that he
(. M. A. W., Jr.") had sent up and
changed his answer. I then con ¬
cluded to insert mine. P assert em
phatically that I did not' tell him 1
was too late to have . them : with-
drawn. Respectfully, A. G. P.
CALDER In thl3 city, on Friday, Septem
ber 28th, Mrs. PHILA C. CALDER, relict of
the late William Calder, aged 83 years. :
Funeral Irom her late residence to St. James"
Church, at 4:30 p. m., on tha 29th Inst.; thence
to Oakdale Cemetery. . ,
. NESW ADVERTI8EEU3XIT8
EV, DR. PKITCIIARD WILt DELIVER
another of those Interesting: lectures to-night
at the Brooklyn Baptist Church. Subject:
"Spurgeon and Objects' ot Interest In and
Around London." Commences at 8 o'clocic
Admission 25 cents. sept 28 it
J AM NO W IN FULL SUPPLY. WILL HAVE
a flne assortment of Fresh Home-Made Can
dles to-morrow. Cheap ! Give me a calL '.
. D. J. GILBERT,
Prineess st bet. Front and Second,
sept 28 It Next East of Hall's Printing House.
Music Scholars Wanted.
MISS IUXA J. AGOSTINI
WILL TAKE A FEW MUSIC SCHOLARS AT
No. 19 SOUTH SIXTH STREET. 1
sept 28 3t
WK. C. MUNDS. 1 J. DICXS0K MUNDS.
ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS.
PHAKAI ACIST8 , 1
Proprietors Munds Pro's compound syrup
Hypophosphltes, Munds Bro's Kmui- ,
soin cod Liver oil, young's ,
: t cough Balsam. . - -
104 North Front St. 601 North Fourth ftf.,
sept 28 Wilmington, N. C. ;
James 0. MuMs Agont,
Princess Street, between Front and. Second.
I will be pleased to see all old friends and cus
tomers and to make new nlend9 of: new rcus
tomers. sept 27 tf
To My Friends and tlie
' . '. " .. . . .' ' :
JJECENT EVENTS CONNECTED WITH
the renting of Stalls In - Front Street Market
Impel me to say a few words to my many kind
friends and patrons and to housekeepers gen-
It ls'not the location of the Stall that epIIs
the meat but the quality of the meat which is
offered ter sale. When I opened at my pres
ent loeatton, on the south Side of the Market,
I took stalls which were out of the way ana
where purchasers did not often penetrate.
But I determined to have the BESTT BF in
the market and have continued to have the
BEST and the result shows, as I have said.
that It 13 the SUALITYiOF THK XK AT AND NOT THE
location op THK stall which attracts the
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 market.
My meats will sell anywhere, for consumers
will always find out where the best may bo
had at t he lowest cost.
I have the BEST MEATS In the market, a s
is a well known fact, and I will continue to
have the Best. I have contracts with part i
in the West whereby I am to be supplied eve ry
Thursday throughout the season wit h a car
load of Western North Carolina and Tennessf
cattle, than which there are none better la
the world. This enables me to compet nutn
the Richmond and Baltimore markets. Every
day during the season this meatwlll be io:!i
on my stalls. This week the oflerLris win i
unusually gcxfcL, because the weather Justi: i -s
It, and I would respectfully call particular at
tention to the display I am to make on FrlJay
and Saturday. t .
J. F. GARRELL,
Stalls I & 2 Front sn Market, jroutu f::-