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ADRIAN & VOLLERS,
WHOLESALE DKAIEKS IN
Liquors. Tobacco, Cigars,
Cor. Front ami Dock Sts.,
WIL3IINOTON, N. C.
SWEET POTATOES !
JBVSHLI.S XIOE, SOUD SWEET PO-
TATt's- a!: yams. i'Ht nx:-ived. Also, full
rb l.t of Ei;-;s r.v. ;vo.l JLis morning.
l' !'. SWA NN. Ajjt.
juth Front Street,
PffJiV hH'E5I,V 1FL-EF OF NERVOCS
Ww jy bra,Q -atlPue, depression
i3winj alcoholic and other excesses, heart-
tydrri.Mtn . (,u't,m3 etc. one grain of
froqurt Sods and Hammocks.
!tM. I'liOQCLT $l.co
1- tU r.us, r.rlts, etc A
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111 l ' ! ' 111 I rill A- A U
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liiHL YATES BOOK HOUSE.
MMie.i T - - . 1874.
A iii1 111 " OA, tei
y;' 'his soap will not
lU?s,n -MINDS LKO-1
T1IEHE IS NO
J- G. WRIGHT,
- 1. -Jn.l Floor, Smith's ltulUl-
'tween Front and Second,
bought AND f SOLD.
collected. Taxes and Insurance care-:
P -.VI 'iUB
i 'i A.
TSYnT 3 t irid drlnlc during effcr
l2 vn.r .JAM .Kl'TT. Apothecary.
"" limirgton, r. c. meh 19
ttento. win rt strtinnMhe :"y Clipper,"-"the most im-
UbniM l..:.Tr 7. zr r
J WUlllOn KeaQing KOOra
FtflooK; masonic buildrcq -1233, 1
t street n '
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- uiuerent ptnoaicais :
ti.oo per honsenoid per quarter
rjbodj- limtc1 10 CXjn fet) l tl 1
Ex.Qaeen Nathalie is credited with
beinf; the anthor of a novel which
lately appeared in a newspaper of
Belfjrade,in which a rude attack is
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iiimiH upon ex-iiug Milan, i nese !
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A French company is about
construct -a' railroad from Jaffa to
Jerusalem, and the classic" land of
Palestine, which has hitherto heard
no note of travel louder than a don
key's bray, will soon resound to the
shrill clamor of the steam whistle.
Scientists declare that friction
makes perpetual motion au impossi
bility, but .we have noticed, that
where there wa much friction in
domeMii arrangements things were
apt to hustle about lively. enough to
make a passable counterfeit for that
ticle. - .
KxSonator Charles W. Jonesr of
Florida, but for several years a love
tick swain in Michigan, has been
at! judged imane and been sent a re
treat for "loonies." He seems to be
found in mind in all things save a
monomania to ur.irry a rich heiress,
but she fails, to "catch on" to the
Jones idea, ami he is as unhappy as
the most forlorn and lovesick dude
ever described in a sensational
The-Huaduras Company of Chica
go has just been incorporated by the
State of Illinois. The company's
declared purpose are the breeding
aud improvement of domestic ani
mals, cultivation of agricultural
hproducts. etc.; capital stock, $5,000,-
000; incorporators, W. E. S. Trow
bridge, ft. II. Perry and E. W.Perry.
A short time ago E. W. Perry, act
ing in the interest ot Western and
Southern capitalists, purchased
over 1,000,000 acres of land in the
Hunduras, near the coast. The sale
was made on condition that the
land should be improved and used
for the rearing of stock. The land
consists of savannas, and is said to
be admirably adapted for the pur
pose intended. The interested part
ies are stock raisers, and their ef
forts in Honduras will be largely
directed to the raising of mules,
which find a ready sale in Central
"Why doesn't he take Hood's Sar
sapnrilla??' is the general inquiry of
friends when a person suffers from
any disease of the blood.
LOCAL 3X1 Jb3 WST
INDEX TO New advkktisbmknts
Sneed & Co Furniture
C W.Yates Croquet Setts, etc
WarrenV Ice Cream Parlor
till 10 p. m.
be a meeting of the
Wilmington Liglit Infantry at their
Armory at 8 .o'clock tomorrow
Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers and
Rakes of the latest and most im
proved makes are sold by the N. Ja
cobi.Hdw. Co. ...
Wanted ! 750 good and experi
enced hands, to work on shirts. Ap
ply atthe Wilmington Shirt Fact ry,
122 Market street. t
This morning was cool, clear and
bracing, just such weather as makes
Wilmington one of ihe pleasantest
places in the world.
Keel dry and you will keep
healthy. Umbrellas, rubber coats,
&c, at I. Shrier's, S. E. corner Front
and Princess street.
The white public schools of the
city will close for the Summer vaca
tion on Wednesday next, and the
children and teachers will be glad.
Nearly; three hundred excursion
ists from Florence, S. C, and inter
mediate points arrived here yester
day and went through direct to the
Sound, where they, spent the day.
They returned ou last night's South
Farraers,we can supply you with
Peanut Sweepsand Digger?, Scraper
ami Coulter Points. Seven different
size wings and two size points for
proved plow on the market. 2. Ja-
jcobi Hdw. Co., factory agents.
We have it now. A Ptunp that is
always primed, never requiring a
tub of water to start it. It is the
bright invention of a North Caro-
Uo. St d !.pronpane ed by.ai
to be the best pump on toe market.
See it and you will have no other. '
NV Jacob! Hdw.: Co.
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ILMINGTON, N, C.
j Rev. Dr. Pritchard is expected to '
'arrive in the citv next Saturday.!
and to conduct the services at the
First Baptist Church next Sunday.
other seasonable fruits are gradually
dropping in price, to the reach of
almost everybody. Eight cents per
quart was the price asked by some
of the dealers this morning for straw
berries. Entitled to the Heat.
All are entitled to the best that
their money will buy, so every fam.
ily should have, at onee. a bottle of
the best family remedy, Syrup of
Figs, to' cleanse the system when
costive or -bilious. For sale in 50c
and 11.00 bottles by all leadingdrug
Ksts. Fifth Street M. li. Church.
It is now expected that the ele
gant new Fifth Street M. E. Church
will be completed by the first of
July next, and it is intended to ded
icate it on the first Sunday in that
month. The order ha been for
warded for the organ, which is to
be a superb instrument and will cost
For Carolina Iteach.
As has been announced by adver
tisement in a previous issue of the
Rkvikw, the Young People's Asso
ciation of St. Paul's Lutheran
Church will give an excursion, to
Carolina Beach to-morrow on the
steamer Sylvan Grove. The commit
tee of arrangements have made every
preparation, even to securing good
music for dancing, so that all who
join them may be' sure of having a
We were glad to see our esteemed
friend, Dr. S. S. Satchwell, of Pen
der county1, on our streets to day.
Mr. J. Wright S ted man, who has
been absent from the city, for-the
last fifteen months, returned yester
day and was warmly greeted by his
many friends upon his arrival. He
is connected with the New Orleans
Daily City Item, and has Avon an
enviable reputation forone so young
as a newspaper writer.
Free With His Knife.
R. D. Whitehurst, one of the ex
cursionists from Florence, S. C, got
into an altercation yesterday, at
Ocean View with Capt. Piver, mas
ter of a small coasting vessel, and
cut hi in severely on the arm. The
trouble was occasioned by a dispute
over a game of billiards. White
hurst was arrested late yesterday
afternoon and brought to the city
and locked up at police headquart
ers, to await
investigation of the
The excursion from Winston-Salem,
under the charge of Rev Mr.
Conrad, mention of which has here
tofore been made, arrived here at
about 9.20 o'clock last night. They
were in a special train of seven
coaches, and there were about 500
ladies and gentlemen in the party.
The Salem Cornet Band of 12 pieces
accompanied the excursionists. This
morning at 9 o'clock they all em
barked on the steamer Sylvan Grove
for South port, Fort Caswell and a
short trip outside. The boat pre
sented a beautiful living picture as
she moved .majestically from her
wharf, with her perfect sea of bright
and smiling human faces reflecting
the th robbings of happy hearts full
of hope for a day of serene pleasure.
The day has been cool and delight
ful, and we trust that no accident
has occurred to mar the pleasures or
the day, and that they may all re
turn to night as happy as they ap
peared to be on their departure this
Important Information for Many of You.
T.he proper and picturesque route
for business and pleasure travel
from this city to the Catskill Moun
tains, Saratoga and other New York
State resorts, is by the West Shore
Railroad. By taking the Pennsyl
vania Railroad passengers will make
direct connection with the West
Shore in Union Depot at .Jersey
City, and commencing aboux June
15th drawing room cars are run
through without change.
.For tourist books, time tables and
information regarding the West
Shore Railroad, call on or address
H. B. Jagoe. General Eastern Pas
senger Agent, .363 .Broadway, or C.
E. Lambert, General Posner
Agent, 5 Vanderbilt Avenue, New
York City. '
"Summer JBxcnrsions," a hand
somely illustrated book giving de-
scripuon oi toe uuusoa airer ou
Ne w York State resorts will be mall
ed on receipt of five cents postage, t
THURSDAY, MAY 22,
For North Carolina,
showers on the coast line and sta-
tionary temperature. For Wilming -
ton Rnl vicinity, fair.
Coining had been done ip the
Criminal Court today up to the
hour of.closing our report at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. The grand jury
visited the County Jail and Poor
House, to day, but have not yet j
made their report concerning th
A Larjrer Cnurch.
A larger, more convenient and
commodious house of worship is
needed by the congregation of
Brooklyn Baptist Church. Since
Rev. R. E. Peele has become its pas
tor the congregation has been con
tinually on the increase, aud under
his able and zealous efforts the num
ber of worshipers there will continue
to become larger with every Sun
day's service. He, as well as all the
members of the church, is aware of
the need for a larger building, and
steps will be taken shortly to ma
ture a plan by which the present
church debt may be paid and a new
We have received from Mr. George
T. Angell, No. 19 Milk slreet,Boston,
Mass., President of the American
Humane Education Society, a copy
of a book entitled "Black Beauty.
HisJ Grooms and Companions," by
Miss Anna Sewell. The book is the
aucobiographv of a horse, telling of
kind as well as his cruel masters,and
is an intensely interesting work
which should be read by every hu
mane man and woman who takes an
interest in dumb animals and would
see them kindly treated and cared
for. While the work avoids all
"gush" and effusiveness, it abounds
in graphic descriptions that go
right to the heart of loving and sym
Happy Wedding Bells.
The bells of Grace M. E. Church
pealed merrily last night and soon
the entire seating capacity of that
house of worship was appropriated
by beautiful ladies and gallant gen
tlemen, drawn thither to witness the
impressive ceremony that should
unite in wedlock's holy bonds Mr.
William F. Penny anl Miss Carrie
Meier, both of this city. Miss Can
nie Chasten presided at the organ,
which under the inspiration of her
canny fingers, (no pun intended),
pealed forth beautiful and joyous
harmonies as the bridal party ap
peared at the church at 9 o'clock,
the bride-electenteririg and walking
to the altar by the western aisle,
leaning on the arm of Miss Sallie
Lumsden, and the groom-elect byjthe
eastern aisle, accompanied by. his.
brother, Mr. B." R. Penny. Arriving
at the altar the Jjappy couple knelt
and Rev. W. S. Creasy, pastor of the
church, soon united them in wed
lock in the beautiful and impressive
form of the M. E. Church. The re
ligious ceremony being concluded
the happy couple retired and, ac
companied by relatives, friends and
invited guests, repaired to the resi
dence of the groom's father, Mr. B.
F. Penny, No. 109 South Seventh
street, where they will make their
home for the present. Here a boun
tiful supper had been prepared, to
which all did ample justice. The
bride was plainly but neatly dress
ed, showing exquisite taste in avoid
ing the gorgeous apparel which too
many think necessary on such an
occasion, while the groom looked
proudly conscious of the rich prize
he had sought and won. Tlx; pres
ents were numerous, appropriate,
elegant, and some of them costly,
among which Ave have space to men
tion but a few of the more impor
tant. An elegant China dinner sett
of 125 pieces was presented by Messrs.
Goodman & Bro?., of Philadelphia;
a silver-pitcher by Mr. Lee Rosen
thal, also of Philadelphia; a large
and elegant French mirror, by J.
Harzeberg & Co., of Baltimore; a
sett of silver table cutlery, by Mr.
D. M. Baldwin, of Waterbury, Conn.,
and an elegant silver pitcher, by the
Atheneum Debating Society, of this
city, of which Mr. Penny is a mem
ber. Thissociety, to the number of
25, were present, all wearing the
badge they liave adopted. The re
ception broke np at a seasonable
hour, leaving profound wishes for
the Ions life, health, prosperity and
happiness of th newly-wedded pair
While Kim Hamilton, colored, was
riding in Mr. T. C. Craft's furniture
; cart near the Mineral Springs, yes-
terday afternoon, the horse
frightened and ran away, the dri
ver, Sam Bryant, colored, not being
able to control him. Hamilton
jumped from the cart while the
horse was at full speed, "and struck
the ground with such force as to
break his left leg, besides crushing
the kneo pan of the same limb. Bry
ant stuck to the cart and finally suc
ceeded in stopping the horse, when
ho returned to the injured man and
brought him to the city. He was
subsequently taken to the City Hos
pital for treatment. Hamiltou says
that the horse kicked him as he fell,
which was probably the caue of
the crushed knee pan.
There's the Dinner ICell !
What a clattering and a chatter
ing as the children, answer the din
ner bell and rush into the dining
room. Oh! tin? gratification a good
appetite affords as our noon day's
meal is set before us. But this va
cant chair, what does it mean? "Oh.
that is Uncle Charley's seat, (iness
he don't feel like eating, he's trot
dyspepsia, you know." Dyspepsia !
i horrors! Deliver us from dyspepsia.
What's the use of being plagued
with -"such an ailment anyway?
What's the use having a stomach to
irritated and sore that even one bite
of lood gives it distress? Why not
heal the soreness and allay the irri
tation and strengthen its muscular
processes, by using Botanic Bloixl
Balm. Will it cure? It certainly
will. Many, many a former dyspep
tic owes his enjoyment of life to ii.
B. B. Give it a trial.
S. J. Chandler,. Richmond, V;.,
wriVs: "No one can afford to le
without B. H. B. who wishes an ap
petite. 1 could scarcely eat a single
biscuit for breakfast, but since tak
ing B. B. 15. I clean the whole table,
so to speak."
lCefreshing and invigorating
Delicious Soda Water as drawn from
Munds Brothers1 magnificeut new
soda fountain at a temperature of
34. Purest Fruit Syrup,Milk Shakes
and Natural Mineral Water.
' ax Listing.
J WILL BE AT THE CITY HALL DURING
the month of June to list the Taxes for tfco
City. AMES-W. KING,
niy 8 thu sat till J une 1st Tax Lister.
QTrEN BY THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S Asso
ciation, to Carolina Beach, Fill OA Y, May
3d, 1890, on: steamer Sylvan Grove. Adults
50 cents; Children 25 cents. Boat leaves 90
a. m. and 2:33 p. m. 17 19 22 my 17 31
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING QUALIFIED
a3 Administrator of the estate of F. J.
Lord, deceased, notice Is hereby given to all
persons having claims against said estate to
present them to me on or before May 1st, 1891,
or this notice will toe pleaded in bar of the
payment thereof. ' F. A. LOItD.
my I oaw 6w thur Administrator.
' Sneed & Co.,
gUCCESSORS TO KNOXVILLE FURNI
ture Co., southeast corner Market and second
streets. Large stocK, artistic designs, lowest
prices. Every tx)dy invited to call and inspect
stock. - nac my 13 tf
Hams and Butter.
ORTII CAROLINA AND S. C. HAMS.
FRESn. MOUNTAIN BUTTER.
These goodi arc all rlht.
HALL. & 1EV1C5;" A LL.
my 12 tf 11 and 13 So. Water Street
Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE SU
nerior Court of New Hanover county. April
a - -
Term 1W. I hereby give nolle to all ixTZons
holding claims against W. H. Styron to pre
sent them to thy undersigned on or before
July 1st, l.?SK), or they willnot le peruimed to
chare in the distribution or the faads of eald
Styron In my hands. On that day the funds
will be dlsuibutcd according to the provisions
of a deed of afcisntncnt made ty W. II. Styrcn
to K. U. Barker. GEORGE ROUNTKEE,
myJSoawiw thur Receiver.
FOR CAE0LINA BEACH
THE SYLVAN GUOVE
JEAVES WILMINGTON AT A. M. AND
231 p. m. and returning leaves the Beach at
VLSO and (p. m. 1
PASSPOaT will leaTe for Southport at fc30
a. m : leare southport at 3 p. m.
Every day la the week except Sunday.
season reduced rat Tickets for sale at the
office or on board. i .
Fare Saturday 55 cents fr the round trip.
4. W. XXAKPJElf .
ray MU Manajr,
PLKASS KOTICf j
We will t glad to rrcei TQ cornmutimn
from our friends on any an4 all tub ?a a
general interest, but
The name of tho trnrer rn nst alwaya be
nlshed to tho Editor.
Coram unicauorra must be written on
one side of the paper. '
Personalities must be avoided.
And it u epwtuy ani particularly una
6tood that tne Editor aoea not" always cation
the views of correspondents aolcss ao ;.
In the editorial columns.
WIIjLi.BU Y A IWUt OF OUR.
LADIES' DQNGOLA B. B.
IO8 North front Street.
(opposite The orton ) myttf
A HOME 1
1-1LI1NG lots and
u: s and I.ols for sale
as-ile. t httrch. Nun.
i. orange, loo?i, Mar
, i'r.'jicfss. t-hestnut.
nut. MuliR'irr. Red
ltd, 'JliJnJ, FourTh,
h. siMh. seventh,
son. Kttihlh. Ninth,
(h. litckinsoii. Wood.
rlot'f, l hi m tenth,'
int n ami .Twtirtn
rctts. Money 10 loan
wishing to build.
Apply to -
MKS WILSON, ,
Oftke of 1). OTonuor
NEW flllOOERY STORE.
jyjY FRIENDS AND Tni: rUHLlO OEN-
crally arc respectfully notified that I have
opened at the northeast corner of Castle and
Fifth streets nvlth a full and complete lino of
I will keep nothing- but THE BEST, and ai
I buy for cash. I will sell rheap for cash. I
will also have a number of rican, well-kept
Stalls for inr country friend:. Give mo a call
and I will do the br'l can for you.
.1. l; AlcUfiA.2iIMY.
V Good.i delivered In any part of -the clly
Iree of charge. ' inyj.iliv
Wilmington Seacoast E.E
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TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY ISth, 1810,
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1 11 1 crow;
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I day. day.
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From 1 1 'riffh tsvillc JJcaco
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Front StreeL..- 8.2.i 11.10
PrlnceKS St.... H.H 1LWH
Wrightsv'e Bh 7.40 ia25i
Fare ii centsor round (rip on Saturdays.
J. R. NOLAN,
my 20 tf GeaT Manager,
DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT ON
Fourth street, between Swann and Nixon
streets. The lot u thirty-three by one nan -dred
and fifty feet. House In good repair and
has nve rooms. Apply to
ill AS. M. 8TEDMAN, OT
my 17 lw J. V. BELLAMY, Ja.
JY VIltTLE OF A DECREE OF THE Su
perior Court of Ntw Hauover County. April
Term. I will tell, for Caih, at the Court
HouvfDoor. in the City of v"llmlogton, on
MONDAY, 26th day of May, p90. -all claims,
account", cfcoscsia action, and debts due and
owing W. II. StyroQ," and by him assigned to
E. G. Barker by deed of assignment. ' ." .
Full informatloa concerning the claims will
be given at the sale.
my ii lot ,' Receiver.
STILL AT WORK.
J AM NOW WELL PREPARED TO REPAIR
au kinds of Furniture, sewing Machines, Fan
cy Articles, &c, and where it U poissdblo make
them as good as new. Work done, promptly.
and prks low. Call and sec me and yet es
timates and pricts.
j. u. parrah,
s. w.-cor. Front and Orange streets.
I am stul agent tere for the New Hocr.c
Sewing Machtne, one or the best Machines oa
U13 market, yeedicsar.d "li for Eale,