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r will toe deiiverel by carriers, tree
.-, ,nv part of tbe city, at the above
or 10 cents per week , ; - - "
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v writers will please report any and
Jvrrttorexi their paper regularly.
Specific for Liier Disease
naTftMi Bitter or bad taste in
firJl .iiw mouth; tongue coaied
Tjrcovered with a brown fr.r : pain -i
A. sides, or jolin--.) u-;. mistaken
twimatlsm; rout taiuch; lss of
Bometina uau.f and : water--5"
indigestion ; Iiaiuk-n:y and arid
o-.s Uiwviii alternately costive.
.nc::JacIr; loss oi" memory, with
M ...-it ion oi Imv inf iHiled. to do
u iiith oehl I vc.bcen done ; i
. . u.-v spirits; a tin;.;. -
,.uv, sfcin am! yoe: rA'dry
I ev. . restlessness: the urine is.
f -V jvwtu'Olorctt. j;nd, ii" allowed to
i'- . . . .. .
...i ib t.ie ouin io crouso
. ' ! i . 1 1 ?ii tli v act iom
C Sf ID&EYS, :
. nr.'. !JowM Complaints,
t da. Sick It.-adaeiie,
V M;r):v Atr. tson. . ; Jauudioe, 1
jlfH.:::l l.'ir-.Hsion, , CoUc.
-r.- u-c m" 7 MillionH of Bottles, as
S SI8T FAKiLY KE0SC1HE
WMwn, f -r Adult. 5.-. tut t!: Aged. '
, ON: Y GI!U!NC '
wfZVuw? i. red ca hout of Wrapper.
llZeiHn & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.,
..r.,-:. rrtce. Sl.OO.
dt!6 tc istp diwly cn sat
ISLAND BEAOH HOTEL,
AT THE HAMMOCKS.
A New and Elegant Hotel
WITH ALL THE FACILITIES FOR
Baks' Ride from Wilmington !
Md wmmandlng a beautiful
WW OF THE OCEAN.
Board, at Xleaoable Rates.
flrfurther particulars apply to
W. A. BRYAN.
Bj27 tf . Wilmington, jm. v.
Fresli Fish Every Day
E ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHIP ALL
casot Fish on short notice. .
G. G. ASIAN & CO.
ept 24 Dock St., bet. Front and Water,
The Stokley House,
piWIES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
ionsitWrlglitSTlllewiil find the STOKLEY
USK well supplied wltn all . that is neces-
iairdty the day, week or month at low
suppers to order at any hour dur
I Ailoitte teUcacies of salt water, flsh,crabs,
ims. ttuimps, tc, furnished to guests.
coats, rtehlng Boats, Jtismn TacKie,
fpfnniis&ed on short noUce,
"StOtlPr Hnnoo fmnta' ttlA watpr and is
Fiuun lOOyardsoi the Depot.
'JvL ?' Fnd, as my name and the price
imped on the bottom of all mr advertised
for leaviiur the factory, which protect
iIjjIU?5 a?lnst high prices and inferior Roods,
(jwroffers W. L. Ioaslas shoes at a,re
ijJtF. r ts he has them without my name
wtjuunped on the bottom, pat him down as
;. L. DOUGLAS
8EAMT.KSS Shoe smooth
! t" TACKS or WAX TU READ. n
RjpT H easy M UMd- sewed and W1U
i'SSH?1 S4 SHOE, the orWtaaY
Tw easy m
If. I fr.lTD?? wstiiur from ffi to $9.
tt" wm 4 6noe. JCQuais cus-
; l MUIfAS 30 POLICE SHOE,
.4 inTi" -a letter Carriers all wear thei.
tor the tu-'Iaa.-
io tue worm ior
IFrtsSiSAS 2 SHOE l!'OK BOYS
BSfegVJ? t! world.
-XT- Uanrt-Sewed blioc. o3ci
t AlZ School . Supplies "can be boughfc' Ausouapoi,oM-.
k-' KAaSw." ' cheapest at He!nh?eV?:-: Vm- WU Uglited day
' xWwS.onaBatton indace " if rtot' ' v; 1 1 ''V S 9P& TOUt, "whfoh" is. very essential
fefWf'MHK for buyers or coth,S. We a,H,Se
i : h vnvoT skparula, which gives strength, a r readers to bewareof adark store
sraeoaip aviipsuc. j good appetite and health. j and Cheap John goods. , . tf
Senator Vance spoke yesterday in No City Court to-day. :
the Senate on the Tariff question I Jt has been decidedly dull to-day
and we know that it wa,s a fine ef- and Uems of local riews have been
fort, judging by the telegraphic re-1 amos as SCarce as hen V teeth. ,
port; . But he seems to have made a ; i -
strange mistake when he said that! Prayer meeting will be held to7
every Republican member of the !niht at the Baptist Chapel, corner
House of Representatives voted j oi Fifth and Wooster streets, at 8
against the Mills bill. There were j o'clock.
three Republicans who votd with j The wind got around last evening1
the Democrats on that occasion, j to the Northwest and the atmos-
Brower,'of North Carolina, Fitch, of Sphere was decidedly cooler during
New ..York, and
Nelson of Min-
: Mr. Blaine thinks . that trusts are!
nnrahr nru'qfa nffaipu A raat I
many take leave to differ with him.
Among these is the Central Labor
Union in New York, which is also
opposed to gambling in the neces
saries of life. The following was
unanimouslyadopted at a meeting
of this body held on Sunday last:
Within the past two weeks the
power and danger of concentrated
wealth have been emphatically dem
onstrated, and within the same pe
riod two colossal crimes against the
people have been committed. As
the representatives of the organized
wage-earners of the iimpire Citv,we
deem it to be our solemn duty to
send out words of warning to a peo
ple who seem to stand palsied in the
presence of the grievous wrongs m
tiicted upon them.
A few days ago a .clique of con
spirators, members of a sugar trust,
organized under the laws of the
State, met and decided to throw
several hundred men out of work.
Not a shadow of reason was offered
for this cruel action, although pat
ent to all who study events that it
was a preliminary step toward pro
ducing a corner in the sugar mar
ket. The clique to which we have
referred is-one of the many vicious
combinations of capital which have
been fostered by class legislation.
and that legislation is the handi
work of the dominant political par
ties whose leaders are either part
ners in or the attorneys for those
capitalistic conspiracies. Like jug
gernauts these trusts are moving
across the breast of the Republic,
crushing the manly hopes of labor,
grinding defenceless wage earners
into the dust, and annihilating all
competitors who refuse to be part
ners in the crime.
" We direct your attention to an
other evil which is no less criifiinal
or deadly in its work, that is the
custom of cornering the necessi
ties of life. Day after day the papers
have recently chronicled the mur
derous work "of a speculator named
Hutchinson. With the daring of an
outlaw this man set to work to con
trol the wheat market, andi with
what success we know well. By
means of his vast wealth, and
through tricks in which speculators
are adepts this man has been nn
abled to levy a tribute on million
of men and women aye, even on
Within a few weeks he has been
enable to accumulate three millions
dollars, every dollar of which is
He is but one of a too numerous
We have pointed out the evil.
Now as to a remedy.
In the interest of justice, honesty
and on behalf of an outraged people,
we call upon the legislatures of the
several States and Territories to
pass at once such laws as will make
membership in trusts or combina--tions
or participation in so called
corners a penal offense, punishable
by long terms of imprisonment, and
the confiscation by t he State of all
possessions of the criminals.
A famous Washington gambler, i$
is said, will soon go to preaching.
He would have begun it ten years
ago, but he has only just now foand
a cure for his cough. It is Dr. Bull's
INPBX TO NW ADVBRTI9SMBNT8,
J S Pears Men
C E Wood Fine Beef
M M Katz Dress Goods.
Mcxds Bros Pharmacists
Dkinsberger -Schools Books
Alex Sprcnt & Sox, Agts Notice
F C Miller Pink and White Gossamer.
ccrr cq Change qf Schedule,' "tin" 'third
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, oe, eio., is
at Jacobus B;aw, Uepot, t
Happiness supreme. This is the
condition of all who have been wise
and purchased Stoves at Jacobi's
. - -- wave. .jgr pi$nnja:e'8 8tocK lscoiu-
If you vc.nv piovure trame go0 entirely of first class goods
to H Wlsberger s. He lviS a iftft rtnd tailor inade-eqaul to custom
meiiv ji aittuiuings 10 select
All kinds : of School Books and
WILMINGTON, N. C. TUESDAY. OCTOBER
of , our city nimrods
spent a few da vs at the Rocks last
uMolr - nnH thor wlv tho fishinn' wha I
week andthey say lhe fishfng was
Notice boys ! lou . can get a
Bracket Saw Frame ,with Saw com
plete, at Jacobi's Hardware Depot,
for. 15 cents. t
The revival in Mount Olive A. M.
E. Church, of. which Rev. Scipic
Sauls is pastor, closed Sunday, with
105 accessions and 96 professions.
A large stock of Heating and
Cooking Stoves can be seen at Jaco
bis Hardware Depot. He has Stoves
at prices that will astonish you. t
Headquarters for Powder, Shot,
Caps, Cartridges and Ammunition
of all kinds is at Jacobi's Hdw. De
pot. Shells loaded at a moment's
The Registrars are waiting very
patiently for voters to come for
ward and register but they are very
slow to avail themselves of .thepriv:
We are requested to state that the
"Little Tycoons" will meet to-night,-at
8 o'clock, at Mr. James Hv Chad
bourn's residence, on Third street,
No matter how many times you
may have registered ' ydur name be"
fore you cannot vote in November
unless you register again. fThis is
an entirely new registration for
everybody, t ;. '- . ,-" -. '- .v " - .
Don't overlook the fact thatButt's
new panorama will be exhibited at
the Opera House to-morrow night.
It is the last entertainment to be
given here for some time, so far as
is now known. Reserved seats may
be had at Mr. Heinsberger's, where
the box sheet is now open.
The New Truck. .
Mr. Sykes, the driver of the Hook
and Ladder truck, told us this morn
ing that between Q o'clock yester
day afternoon and U o'clock last
night there had been 478 visitors to
see the new truck, the John II. Dan-
Mel. It is a handsome piece of work5,
heavy nickel plated and every lad
der works dn separate rollers. It is
to be inspected this afternoon.
Cv?r Soldier Bqy8,
Four aew members were received
into the ranks qf the Wilmington
Light Infantry, at the regular meet
ing of the company, held last night
at the Armory. On th same occa
sion Capt. Daniel announced that
the regular drills Y011 be resqm.ed
qn Thursday Right- First Lieut, W,
N. Harriss and Sergeant Wm, A,
Willson were placed Oil the reserve
corps and the badges were presented
to them by Lieut. Morrison..
Rock Crystal Spectacles and fiyeglasses
Advice to old and young: In se
lecting gpeotacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
"tower than has been lost to the eye
as in the same proportion that yo'
pass that point of increase will cats
4.1, i - j. xl n -i :
mri-yor. HJMry IM U eve. UblOt?
! glasses'of stronger power than is ne-
I J XI J - II .. m
vt?ssary is uie utuiy cause oi prema
ture old age to the sight. You can get
the best at Heinsberger's.
Mr. 8. H;, fishblate, the King
Clothier, has his Fall stock ready
for inspection. He always purchases
early so as to obtain the cho
styles. Merchants buying ifcpijr
stocks this season, oi thyfclr lave
to take tb, Vcilings'V or what is
1 ifrfh. that oihftr merchants wmiifl nnt.
He employs rio women at X
'nts a day and wor tV i hQu)rsi
Lch dfiy fo 'jaa tfit and Cheao.
The receipts of cotton at this port S
to day foot up 2,70o bales.
y The Goldsboro Fair opens to-morrow,
continuing for three days.
Mr. A. W. Watson
,will open a
store in the Evans Block, on Prin-:
cess street, about the first of next !
Mr. Jno. Brown, engineer of the j
steamer Bessie; was taken ver sick
this morning and had to be carried
to his , residence on South Front
stroet. Yehope to see him at his
tinsr, fl.0ain Rnon . ,
post again soon
Mr. C. E. Wood has opened at
stall No. 3, Fourth Street Market,
where he will keep constantly on
hand a good line ot fresh beef, veal,
mutton and pork. Call and see hiin.
Citizens resident near the corner
of Eighth and McRae streets, on
Chestnut, complain very bitterly of
the condition of the streets and side
walks in that vicinity. The atten
tion of the authorities is invited to
The Opera House.
The Streets of New York was pre
sensed last night at the Opera House
to a not very large audience. We were
notpresent and hear "different opin
ions expressed by those who were.
The piece itself is probably a very
fine one, as our friend who saw it
in a Northern city informed us.
The stage accessories are very good
and the fire scene is generally con
ceded to have been a thrillingly reak
istic thing. The play will be pre
sented again to-night.
Change of Schedule.
A change of schedule goes into
effect on Thursday on the Carolina
Central Railroad. The night train
which now leaves here at 7:30- will
leave then at t:4Q, and will arrive
here at 8:40. The day train" will
leave here; at 7:50 a. m., and will
arrive at, 7:40 p mt The change is
for all points between Wilmington
and Rqtherfordton, except Hamlet.
The new schedule is, published to
day, but does not go into effect
Mr. W. J. Penny left this morning
for the Northern, markets, where he
has goie to purchase a Fall and
Mr. R. M. Wescott left last night
for New York for the purchase of
Mr. I. Shrier left last night for the
Northern markets, his second trip
Mr. Geo, A. Ramsey, Vice Presi
dent and General Manager of the
Burgaw & Onslow R. R.i, was in the
city yesterday. He tells us that the
road will surely be built.
Hon, C. W. McClammy was in the
city to-day and his eloquent voice
will be heard in a few days in be
half of tariff reform.
Mr. O. O. Vollers passed through
the city Jas$ night on his way to
Stauaton, Va., where he is to be
married to-morrow night.
The Corner Stone of St. Andrew's.
The corner stone of. St. Andrew's
.Presbyterian Church, on Fourth
and Campbell streets, will be laid
with the usual ceremonies on Tues
day afternoon, the 16th inst., by the
Grand Lodge of Masons of Nortbi
Carolina, Mr. H. C. Robir.ojj, Grand
Master. . Rev. J, Fair will deliver
the add??ss on the occasion. Music
I will be furnished by the choir of the
church, with Mr. L. T. Bowde-n. a&
musical director, Miss ma Mc
Dougall organists and a sextette
composed, 04 Mrs. Fletcher Man
iinjx Mrs,. French of New York,
Messrs. Fletcher Manning, Jas. C.
Smith, and Sim Schloss ftnd W. N.
PrqOsy. at ; O'cloek.
, W e. requested to, state that the
uriajn for 'the 'Streets of New
York" at the Opera House to-night.
and that the'audience will confer a
great favor on the management :-
being in their seats at thf Uiw.-
Tins is (lonewnhp wie piece may
be givo it ieitrVety, ai'the coin-
ns.ii v Wtvfe tornifir'ht for the South,
,y-, .vc ni(. rieSteu to state : tint
the I'iw? Points scene has ben pur-
poly eliminate! from the play
consolitlatetl .with the Unia: 8nuare
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act, thereby getting w, of miKili
useless" and tedious verbiage, audi
rpullv adding, to.the interest of 'tlit
The new truck was taken out of
the house this morning and hi round
ing a street corner the tongue broke.
It was of course mendedat once.
It Looks Like Suicide.
The body of . L P. Mullen, the un
i I" i .
lortanaie man w,to -was Kinea at
Union Depot yard on Sunday night,
was enclosed in a handsome metal-
lie. coffin and. was last night for-
warded to his brother in Brooklyn,
N. Y., by the railroad authorities:
It left here on the 12:05 a. m. train.
There is still a great deal of mys
tery surrounding the sad affair, but
the opinion that it was a ease of sui
cide seems to be gaining ground.
This really seems to be the only
plausible theory. It was developed
at the iaquest that he walked out
of the shed and up the yard when
his train in the shed had been point
ed out to him. He carried in his
hands at that time a valise and an
umbrella and these were found af
terwards on the ground 20 feet
distant from the spot at which he
was killed. It would seem that he
must have carefully placed them
aside before stepping in f ront of the
engine to meet his fate. Had they
been carried by him, when he was
struck by the engine they would al
most certainly have been found near
the body and in all probability
rushed and broken. The man was
undoubtedly Grazed by liquor.
NEW A DVB 1ST S EML KNTS.
QONSIUNEES BY BlilTISII STEAMSHIP
"GABOON" are hereby notified that she is ex
pected up early to-morrow (Wednesday) and
that she will be ready to discharge inward
cargo immediately thereafter.
ALEX. SPKUNT & SON,
oct a It Agents.
I HAVE OPENED AT STALL Ko. 5, FOURTH
Street Market, whero I will keep for sale the
Finest Beef, Lamb and Pork to be found on
the market, Call and examine before buying.
C. E. WOOD, ,
-;. oct 9 86 ,: staii No. 3,. Fourth St. Market.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday Nightj Oct. 10.
ARTHUR L. BUTTS'
NEW PAINTINGS. JUST COMPLETED.
Secure your Seats.
ADMISSION Children under twelve 15 cent s,
Adults 25 cents. Reserved Seats ar cents.
Reserved seats on sale at Heinsberger's
oct 8 Stt
BpUCICAULT'S WiEAT MELO-DRAMA,
"Streets of New York."
A CARLOAD OF NEW SCENERY.
UNION SQUARE BY MOONLIGHT,
BAXTER STREET, Etc.
Greatest Fire Scene Ever Witnessed.
Box Sheet open Monday. oct 6 3t
END lOUR BROKEN OR INJURED FUR-
niture to me and I will repair is promptly and
at low prices.
I propose to saake my living this way and I
will do the work well and will not charge too
much ior doing it. call and see some of the
repairs I have already made. I will also re
pair Sewing Machines, Musical Instruments,
&a, as well as Furniture, will cheerfully
give estimates or probable cost of repairs,
come and see me,
J. B. FARltA.lt.
oct 8 No. 11 N. Second st.
IS EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT TO THE
expensive Toilet Soaps sold. We offer you
3 Cakes for 25 cents, and if you see it you will
buy it. MUNDS BROTHERS.
Established 15 years. oct 6
GIVE aiM A TKlAt!
. .All Work GuarajtteetL
Pictures taken Sickle or in Groups,
sept 24 tf
k ecURATELY compounded. PATENT
Seines, Toilet Article, &c ricps reason-
- . .
aoie. a tnai js asereo.
" JAMES c-3Ils.
i 0013 PrUtf at., bet. Front & Second.
Y and White Gossamer.
4Tovv?SSVVET teen and wan
ixn Face Powders. Also a full line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Toiiet Articles,
Perrumes, etc., at
" : 1 Dru?"to.11'
" Corner rourth and Nun Sts..
P. S. Prpsvrinrinnii filled 'at all hours, dar
sept 11 tt
. I PL2AS3 r;oTicr.
- Wo will be I glad to receive i 'ccsitfcatlo
from our friends on-any and alifeutject
general interest, but; J-. ', w
The name of the writer must always bo fur
nished to the Editor. ' - ,
Conimniucatlons must be written only on
one side of the paper. '-
- Personalities must be avoided. '.
And it is especially and- particWarly 'under
stood that the Editor does not always er.dorco
the riew3 of correspondents anless so stated
in the editorial columns. ; t :
NEW AO VEKTI8 EJSlKIi TS
IU U LQBL-lJ UCCQ
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...... .- .:--r.-f ;.'.,Vf. w;".'-',.
No. in Market St;i
WILL HAVE THEI1?
ELEGANT LINE OF, : . .
Table Linen, Napkins,
Upholstering Goods !
A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF '
Portierres &Lace Ourjtains
-o . .
A FULL LINE OF :" "
KID G LOVES,
Corsets and Fancy Goods
A Large and Well Selected 'Stock
of Domestic Goods from all the lead
ing manufactories. A cordial invi
tation is extended to the public to
call and see our ENTIRELY NEW
Stock of Fashionable Goods. .
oct 8 tf
For Private and Puhllc Schools.
ALL NEW STOCK CAN BE BOUGHT CIIEAP
;EST AT .
Pictures and Cards
rjlO ORNAMENT YOUR KOOMS, ALSO
Brackets of every description. " For sale
cheap at -
Blank Books '
pAPER, ENVELOPES, INK, STEEL PENS,
Pencils and Paper Bags 4
oct 5 ' " - . ' . .' ,
jyjULES-ONE PAIR WAXTED. LAKUE,
Young and Firgt Class in all respects.- .
J. A. SPRINGER.
Central Wood and coal Yard.
N AND AFTER TO-MORROW". I WILL
open a First Class Bar and Restaurant at the
corner of Princess and Second streets,' w hem
. . -.'.. ..,
I will keep the finest" Wines, Liquors and Cl
ears, and also Nev River Oj-sters. Give mc a'
r r.rt orirl Tv1'r.nThvthf. I)1T. W'PPi. or
Month. - ..: oct Sly
Who are Weak. Nervou3 and Dc-
bUited, who are sufferin? froai
the effects of early evil habit-H, tl:
refeults of ignorance or .iouy, wm
nnd in Peaek' ypECiric a positive
' and irinanent rare for Nervous
Debility. Seminal Weakness, Involuntary tltai
losses, etc. cures guaranteed, f-end six cents
in stamps for Pears' ..Treatise on riiseasea ot
man: their cause and cure. J. S. PEARS.
612 Church sr, Nashrtile, Tenn,
oct9lrd&w : .