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the news ot correspondents unless bo stated
m the editorial columns. " -
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,.athe most elegant form
Jsl' -or THE .
PCS OF CALIFORNIA.
Ud with the meaicinai
gbeneficial to the human
(L forming au agreeable
fv5cctive laxative to perma
Cvcuib Habitual Cptisti
Q and the many ills de-
on a weak or inactive
lotion of the
CEIS, LIVER AHD BOWELS.
(t tst excellent remedy known to
(fiaoteis Bilious or Constipated :
I -SO THAT
's&OOD, REFRE8HIMQ 8LBEP,
I WTUSAaY FOLLOW.
hy one is using it and all are
I ASK YOUR DKUUUia i rwn
White op pigo
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY .
lUTORNIA FIG SYRDP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
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Contagions Blood Diseases.
hs, sores, pimples, itch, sajt rheum,
si evidences of contagious blood disease.
maaltesili a duty to eradicate Wood
a from tlw system by a use of -B. B. B.
'c Ktxti Mm), thus enabling the sore
total, and thereby removing all pos
:j of ofhrr members ot the family he-
ttferrise afflicted. Send to Blood Balm
ktofa, c. a. , tor book that will convince.
.QKlaw, Mt. OUe, N. C, writes: "I
rnns sores on my snouiaers ana arms,
kie 15. l. B. cured me entirely.-'
I tson.'JLk?lmont Station, Miss., writes:
il has "worked on me like a charm. Mjr
sA body was covered ulf h sores, and
wr came out. but B. B. B. healed me
Lnnln, Hutchens, Texas, writes: "B.
Scored my wife of a large ulcer on
1 0at doctors and all other medicine
iEoEsman, a prominent merchant of
sioro.Ga.. wrltesr know of several
f t Wood disease speedily cured by B. B.
vwtucs curea a lady or ugly scrofulous
I'O fit writ a
i-lln curing Mr. ltobert Ward of blood
Mwected one Of th most. wnT.rJorfnl
pa ever came to our knowledge.'
1NDBX TO NKW AbTERTISElfSKTS
Wiijxingtc"n Paper Co
K 51 McIntike Carpets
Jas D Nutt Brady crotlne
Mcktjs Beos Pharmacists
Cboweix Ellis Painters
Oronly & Morris Auction Sale
J no P Oabrell Beef, Mutton, etc;
For North Carolina, clearing wea
ther and lower temperature. For
Wilmington and vicinity, fair wea
ther. ' ' ' - 1 .
The Ladies TDellfibted.
The pleasant effect and the per
fect safety with which ladies may
use the liquid fruit laxative, "Syrup
of Figs, under all conditions make It
Scuppernong grapes still hold out
at 20 cents a peck.
r xt t, 7777t .! their favorite remedy. It is pleasing
Mr. H.JI. Gieschen returned from n aa n, ui Ti-
Sortie nicei soft peaches were in
market this morninjr celling at'50
cents a peck, or 10 cents a quart.
Read the ''Political Note" on this
page and then go and buy a Mos
quito Net from W. M. Cumming. tf
Economy and, strength are pecu
liar to Hood's Sarsaparilla, the only
ai-s swauu vs. niiiuii sJ J-rtfOtTO Vllt?
Dollar" is true.
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We have a few Fluting Machines
which we are closing out at less than
factory cost. See theui. N. Jacobi
Hdw. Co t
r For Kent. Desirable Store corner
Front and. Mulberry Sts. Possess
ion gien at once. Enquire of I.
Shrier, cor. Front and Princess, tf
yet effectual in acting,
neys, liver and bowels.
on. the kid-
Headquarters for Sash, Doors and
Builders1 Supplies is the N. Jacobi
Hdw. Co. They sell the best goods
at prices that you pay for those of
n inferior quality.
Burglars. Be"1 secure from them
by putting our Burglar Proof Locks
on your blinds. They are cheap
and can be put on by the most in
experienced. N. Jacobi Hdw. Co. t
ffflzers, Pine Fibre and
Pin? Fibre Matting.
CTATIQN Of QTJJi FERTIUZBK8
hS 5r?M' 13 now established., and
J' use the hands ot
Prrfinof tals and otner States will
CSrma a na eraae manure -v
N ii ii Jnaae Irom the leaves of our
. equal to . an j
iit iV r lu, t aaa auraDiuty ana tn
iEL is esrteasively used for
'Er1' antr s & VlUnz for
fcuS?l.reUabte Parties, usinjf our
our office, or will be maii-
I . TATENT MEDICINES,
- -. mcu uay or mgni. at
F. C. MILLER'S,
fn t, DrS Store,
wrner Fourth and Nun Sts.,
ii i rSST1IERN EXPRESS COM
, JMit:.nclalmed Freleht on hand sli
wiiv- n Tuesday. Octoher Rth
e SOld hv -VrTiltr - Xlnvrlo
V Pmnlv MnrHa
k. y U OUfh U'otr. rost oil
t TVe.r- l or list of articles see
f ARP. Vnin rT
t t0 accommodate
Q'fe Middle and
- rrvea promptly and In any
. v- niUtOlUbliAI,...
. ? WrishtSYUle,
Ladies will find a very handsome
and complete line of ladies Muslin
Underwear at astonishing low prices
at the Wilmington Shirt Factory,
123 Market street. - Sign of the blue
Paint your house with ; Regal
Ready. Mixed Painti It is the best
and cheapest. You will find all col-
ors.in any desired quantity at the
factory 8 agents, N. Jacobi Hdw.
Co. . t
i Rev. R. C. Beaman, pastor of
Fifth Street M. EJ. Church, will
preach at Giblehi Lodge, on the cor
ner -of Eighth and Princess streets,
on Thursday (to-morrow) - evening,
at 8 o'clock.
The next entertainment at the
Opera House is "The Streetsbf New
York," which is booked for Wednes
day next, the 25th inst., on& night
only. They play in Raleigh nexc
Mr. Paul M. Knobloch, who had
intended sailing for New York last
week, but who was unexpectedly
detained here, will leave to-morrow.
accompanied by the best wishes of
his many friencjs.
Attention is invited to advertise"
mentof Messrs. Cronly & Morris,
offering for sale, at 10 o'clock, to
morrow morning at the wharves
and yards of Union Distillery, still
fixtures. boiler, car trucks, office
furniture &c, ;
Miss Agnes ff erndon and troupe
were to have left here this morning,
at 5 o'clock, on a special train, but
the lady was taken sick and could
not go. She is still at the Orton
House, If she is well enough the
troupe will leave to night for Char
leston '- -
Stoves. We have a very large
line, made bv the best factories, of
the latest and most improved styles
which we cruarantee to bake .and
cook well and to give general satis
faction. Our low prices will aston
ish and our Stoves please you. N,
Jaepbi Hdw. pp. ; t
fcfeftr Paint House.
Messrs. Crowell & Ellis, of Dur-
riam ' Hi trentlemen of whom we
spoke yesterday, have already be
gun operations in their line of busi
ness in this city. Their card ap
pears in this issue. They have al
ready secured consicjerab.lP work.
hut of course want more. They do
house, sign and ornamental paint
Ing in all of the branohea and do the
work well and at low prices. For
the present their headquarters are
with Mr. J. B. Farrar, No. 11 North
Second street, where they solicit
orders.- . ,; , ; :
Kefreshinc and Invifforating
Delicious Soda Water as drawn froin,
rtnnda !Rrftthprs ma&hiflceut new
rcuIsv fnnntnin at a "temperature of
34. Purest Fruit Syrup, Milk Shakes
and Natural Hineral,Water. .,
A New Iodse. r' "j-yj
Mr. B. H. Woodell, of Raleigh,
and the Grand Secretary and State
Lecturer of the Order of I. O. O. F.v
arrived in the city yesterday after
noon from Clinton, where he or
ganized a lodge. Last night be ex
emplified the unwritten work of the
order and lectured at Cape Fear
Lodge.. lie will do the same to
night at Orion Lodge.
In this Court to day Edward Lar-
kins was tried for larceny. The jury
is still out.
Mary Ann Elizabeth Taylor was
found guilty of larceny.
Annie Ballard was found guilty of
The grand jury found two true
bills against William Owen, for false
A-Bad Woman and a Bad Mother.
A colored woman by the name of
Martha Smith is in jail serving out
sentence imposed by ' Mayor
Fowler. She has a child of four
years old with her. She is ; a very
bad woman and she maltreats the
child, which will die if it stays
there. Judge Meares requests us to
say that if any responsible person
will take the child he will have it
turned over to the party and bound
out, if desired.
The Play Last Night.
The Opera House was not exactly
crowded last night but for a first
night, and thus early in the season,
the attendance was considered very
good. The piece, -La Belle Marie,"
adapted from the French, was good
and the presentation was a credit
able one. Miss Ilerndon scored a
success and her support in the main
was good. Later on in the season,
with the same piece and V the same
support, and with the enoourae
ment of a full house we believe her
success would be a signal one.
A Little Lively.
A squall struck the city last night,
about 11 o'clock, and for a time old
Boreas "erot up and got" pretty
lively around these parts. Some
rain fell then but not more than
enough to lay the dust. At, S.Q'olftolc
this inqrnjngf another squall struck
vs and caoorted around for a few
minutes "in its own. imimitable
style" at the rate of about twenty
five knots an hQUf. Same ?ew
branches pf brittle trees broke here
and there hut up damage was done.
Later we had a little rain but the
nromise tins afternoon is ror tair
Preserving Receipts. .
A citv correspondent writes us:
"The importance and necessity of
preserving receipts was .practically
demonstrated by a German resident
of this city" on Monday last. A few
weeks aero he was fined i2.75 , and
made to pay t wo dollars for a badge
for a dog that he claimed he did not
own, as he had given him away and
ssrit him in the country, previous to
the dog law going ! into operation
the present year. On Monday last
a policeman was sent after W fe?
the fine a?d necessitated his leav
inr his work and going about 20
squares to and from his residence
for his receipt. When he appeared
and presented it the policeman was
ordered to strike it out. If he had
misplaced, lost or destroy edh is re
ceipt he would have had to pay the
fine the second time and, tlsiftUwg
tfye imPRrnpo of taking and pre
serving receipts, for money paid. We
understand that there are several
comnlains of a similar character
which shows the necessity of some
better system being adopted so that
a citizen will not te put to" annoy
ance and .trouble for a fine which he
has previously paid". : . . ,
Attend to It in - time uo not peg-
lactUfor It may become serious and
nil in Consumption. You ncr's Coush
Balsam will cure all Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. For sale by
Onslow Item from Catherine Lake. '.-
(Reported for the Review.)
Autumn has come and harvest is
near. -: - -,;- 1
Farmers are busily engaged sav
ing fodder, taking advantage of the
Crops are very good notwith
standing the immense amount of
rain. Cotton is very small but well
fruited Potatoes bid fair for a most
Col. S. B. Taylof has taken a fly
ing visit to Baltimore where he will
purchase fFall and Winter goods.
Geo.-WFloydf of Bertie county,
is fn bur inidst introducing a medi-v
cine for the cure of hog cholera. vt'
We are prou'd to add that-our lit
tle village is blessed " with one
among the best public schools the
The Farmers' Alliance are to have
a pic nicat Catharine Lake on the
24th inst. We specially invite those
who feel an interest in the cause to
attend and brinir their baskets and
participate in 'the pleasures : of the
occasion. . The attendance will be
entertained with music and addres
ses will be delivered by a number of
Our esteemed contemporary, Cab-
a 'mm a
man Jones, informs us mat ne can
not support our nominee, the mos
quito, for the dignified office of
national bird. He says the mos
quito does not soar high enough.
Indeed, he says that he has lived in
countries where mosquitoes filled
the air chock full down near the
earth, yet on going up fifteen feet
above the ground he always es
caped them. The Post is not an
oreran. It means to be fair to all
parties, and it must say that Cab
man Jones, if his testimony be act
curate,, has presented the only real
argument we have heard against the
mosquito. Surely this proud nation
will not accept for its bird one that
never flies higher- than fifteen feet
from -the earth. However, before
we foresake the mosquito we mean
to obtain, if possible, the evidence
of somebody who has slept in a sec
ond or third story room without a
mosquito net over his (or her) bed
Nata Bene Mosquito Nets which
will last for several years for sale at
No, 17 Princess street by W. M,
Gumming, Mr, Camming also Ren
ovates old Mattresses and makes
them as good as new. tf
Citizens' Buildlne and Loan Association.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Citizens' Building and
Loan Association was held last
night in the City Court room. and. a
good crowd wfts present.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Mr. W. H. Chad-
boturn, and the annual statement
was read, showing a net profit Of 9
per cent, r
Messrs. J. C. Chase, Joseph S.
Mitchell and ,T. Donian were ap
pointed to verify proxies, and nine
hundred and thirty-nine shares were
represented, which were a majority.
The constitution was amended so
as to allow any stockholder hereaf
ter to hold fifty shares instead of
twenty, as heretofore, and also to
permit any shareholder who has
paid up all dues to .withdraw And
receive the amount which had been
paid in by him, with three per cent.
of the profits which had accrued.
Upon motion of Dr. W. J. H. Bel
lamy, the secretary was asked to
cast tHe solid vote for the following
directors: W. H. Chadbourn, H. G
Smallbones, M. Bellamy, W, Ax
Riach, G. M. Altaffer, A. G. Hank-
ns,! J. T.3liley, J. H. Sharp, ,W. F
William St J, W.: Jackson, John
McEntee, E. F.Johnson and T.'J
Pratt., All of these gentlemen were
directors previously, except Mr. J.
T. Riley, who takes the place of Mr.
E. G. Barker, who has removed
from the city, '
AJtef the stockholders' meeting,
there was a meetihsr of the directors
at which Mr. W. H. Chadbourn was
"elected President, ; Mr. II. G. Small
bones Vice President, Messrs. M.
Bellamy and A. G. Ricaud attorn
nies, and .Tosejh S. Mitchell Secre
tary and Treasn re r.
It was decided j to open a new
series of 1,0QQ shares at once, as
tlere & considerable demand for
stock. Those interested can secure
Stock by calling upon the Secretary
and Treasurer. I .
Fouthern Lutheran Synod.
' Fhe general body of the Evangeli
cal Lutheran Church of the South is
to meetjin St. Paul's Lutheran
Church in our city, Rev. F. W. E.
Peschau, .pastor, early in November.
Two Synods from Virginia, the
North Carolina Synod, tire South
Carolina Synod, the Georgia Synod,
the Tennessee Synod. ' and the
Holston Synod of East Tennessee
will be represented. It may be,
too, that the Middle TennesseSynod
and the Lntheran interests of Flor
ida will also be represented. j
Besides this, there will be repre
sentatives from two of the leading
Northern general bodies, known as
the General Synod and the General
Council, and which number 1,800
ministers, 2,914 congregations, and
nearly one haif million of members.
Tlie Western' and Northwestern
general bodies, which number more
than half a million, will not, how
ever, be represented. ' " .
The people of St. Paul's Lutheran
Church are making preparations to
provide entertainment for the mem
bers of this body which will be in
session at the time mentioned.
The Lutherans of our city having
al ways shown their kindness by en,
tertaininff members of the variou
church bodies that have met in Wil
mington, it is to be hoped that their
kindness will be ! reciprocated, and
that they will receive offers of en
tertainment, homes, &c, for the
ministers and delegates who may be
our guests at that time. ;
The committee on securing homes
and entertaidment consists of the
Pastor, Messrs. August D. Wssel,
H. Cronenberg, L. Vollers, J. D.
Doesher, B. H. J. Ahrens,L.Hansen
C. Schulken, Win. Oterson and M.
J. Dinglehoef. i '
W. M.' Cumming sells Mosquito
Nets and Bars. t
NEW ADVEKTlSEiW ENTS,
M CKUNLY. Auctiotjeer,
PON WBAliVES AND YARD OF UNION
DisUUery, between Queen and Wooster
streets,on to-morrow (THURSDAY) 19th inst.,
at 10 o'clock a m., we will sell all the Fixtures
ana Appointments of. a First Class turpen
tine distillery. A lartre
Trucks, (64 wheels) and AxIe
ture. Desks, &e.
Conditions Cash, and all articles to be re
moved immediately. . sep 18 It
Mutton! Mutton! Mutton!
Veal ? Veal ! Veal!
CROWELL S; ELLIS.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
Painting m all its Branches, executed at
short notice, with neatness and dispatch, and
very low conslstlntfwith first-class work. The
senior memher of the nrm, having, had an
experience of 23 years in the business, pledges
umi&t-ii iu please me most iasuaious,.ana .
begs a portion ot the patronage of Wilmlng
tonlans. Orders lft with Mr. J. b; Farrar,
ji isorin second street, will be .attended
to. correspondenipe solicited, and estimates
cueerruuy lurnishf d. - v - sep 183m
THE VERY BEST NATIVE MEATS, STALL
i FED, FROM - ;
Sampson, Poplin, Onslow and Brnnswick.
BIG MARKET THIS WEEK. .
. W Polite attention and prompt delivery
John F. Garrell.
Stalls l and 2, Front Strtet Market, south side,
sep 18 tf
hi Whisper in Your Ear, Please 1
t . ..
IF YOU WANT TO
Save at Leasft 25 Per Cent.
IN-YOUR PAPER BILLS SEND YOUR
ft. Water St.
HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN
THE PAPER LINE.
For Rent. :
FROM OCTOBER 1ST, HOUSE- ON
Fifth and Dock streets.
Apply to .
?ep 16 3t
Brad j crotlne
S 'A HEADACHE MEDICINE. IT is for
. " "VWVlMilU V111J 111 v UW
OnerOd fVS ft riirO fnr onvthlnrr it- HaaHathn
and Headache in all its forms it certainly will
utuu mji uuj cruLiuc is ior sale dv
.TAMPsin "NTT TIT
218 North Front St. The Druggist.
North State Headache Cure. .:
'jriHIS PREPARATION WILLSURELY.CUK .
Neuralgia of the Head and all kinds of Head- .
aches; no matter from what cause arising. ,?
For saioby - -
aug2Itf - 104 N. Front St.
BLANK BOOK", .
STATION EKY, TWINJSS,
,1NK. PENCIL., PENS,
FLO UlC SACKH,
BUTTE JC PLATE3,
BASKETS, &c., &c.
fails. 50 cents, by druggists. H4 souin water street.
PatrnniyA Vnnr TTnniA rnmnariv f
The Carolina Insurance Company j
jpj AS THE LARGEST PAID-UP CAPITAL '
of any State Company. -
It is the only-Company that hasa speclalde- '
posit for the protection of policy-holders; .!
f 10,000 being deposited for this purpose.
It snould receive your support, as it offers
undoubted security and Is the only Fire In- . .
surance Company organized -In Eastern Nortk J
Carolina,- , t ( ,
' 0. W. WILLIAMS, President.
M. s. WILLARD, secretary. . . ' .
Office: 210 North Water street. ' "
7 A". W. WATSON,
DEALER IN . 7
China, Crockery and Glassware;
Has removed to No. 17 Market Street, between -Front
and' Water, Wilmington, N. C. ,
English and Classical School
BY REV. DANIE MORRELLE, A. M
No. 420 Orange street, corner of Fifth street.
The thlrty-flrst annuaf session will begin
(D. v.) TUESDAY, the 1st of October, 1889. '
For terms or any information apply as
above. . seplltd
General Agent and Commission Merchant.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON AND AIX
KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
cor. Water and Mulberry Sts, Wilmington, N.C.
OFFICE OF SECRETARY AND TREASURER
OF THE CAROLINA CENTRAL R. R. CO.
Wilmington, N. C.f Sept. 10th, 1889.
rjHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stackholders of the Carolina Central Rail
road company will be held at the office of the
Old Dominion Steamship Company, corner of
Beach and West streets. In the city, of New
York, at 1 o'clock p. m. on Thursday; the WtU
of October, proximo.
- .lonN II. SHARP,
sep 10 lm
SPECIAL NOTICE I
E ARE THE SOLE OWNERS OF THE
following finest and well known Brands of
WHISKIES in the market:,
Southern Star Rye, - -
Our Standard Rye, 1
State Guard x x xx Cabinet.
There is nothing better- sold anywjieTc, !an4
aUnrstiassbarrpoma sell all or Clle Of the :
above Brands. , : . , . . ,
Ill K, Front St.,
Dealers In Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos.