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The Pally Review.
JOSH, T. JAMES. Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
THURSDAY. JULY'lO. 1884.
Kb tared at the Poatoffice at Wilmington, N.
-, a second-class matter.
The tact that the Democratic House,
early in the session, passed a bill , mak
ing such' amendments to the onti-Chin-eie
lawi as the representatives of the
Pacific coast desired, coupled with the
fact that the Senate adjourned without
touching it, ris exciting some alarm
among' susceptible -Republicans who
hare been counting with some confi
dence on carrying California and other
Pacific States for Blaine.
The recent decision ot the Supreme
Court makes it not improbable that the
Missouri Pacific Railroad will be taken
from Gould and restored to the stock -holders
of the old corporation, from
whom it vjas captured through alleged
fraud by Commodore Garrison eight
years ago. If the forclo3ure under
which Garrison obtained the property
is declared void, the $54,000,000 of se.
curities issued on it by Mr. Gould will
become, it is said, " wprth only . their
weight in waite paper."
With the close communication that
exists between all trade centres the
outbreak of disease in any part of the
commercial world is a direct threat to
eYery country. New York City has
the sense to see danger ahead this
cholera season. A corps of forty-six
doctors has gone to work there under
orders from the health board, visiting
tenement houses, prescribing for the
sick, enforcing sanitary provisions, and
reporting' contagious diseases. The
streets in New York are sa;d to be in a
cleaner state than ordinarily and the
city is fairly prepared to take its chances
. - :
Paris is getting ready for-another in
ternational exhibition on a tremendous
scale. It will not be in the Champ de
Mars this time, as that immense space
will not again be surrendered for such
nnrnoaa bv the minister of war. nor is
the Trocadero available. The build-T
ings will probably be erected in the
Bois de Bouiogno or in the park at Vin
cennes. Herrisson, the minister of pub
lic works, attempted to negotiate a loan
from some Paris bankers in further
ance of the scheme, but the money
market is very unsettled and a general
feeling of uncertainty in regard to the
iuture pervades the French -capital.
His application wa3 refused.
Crop reports from all sections of the
West are unusually favorable. This is
especially true of the . grain belt, a
wheat yield of over 500,000,000 bushels
being expected. California promises
57,000,000 bushels, and in Minnesota
the crop will probably average two or
three bushels an acre larger than in
1883. Iowa promises "the bizgest and
best grain harvest ever known," in
Indiana "all grains are looking better
than at this time last year," and East
Tennessee, whose harvest is about
over, reports a more abundant yield
and a better quality of wheat than for
many years. Only slight injury has
been done to Illinois and Missouri
wheat by "cheat," and the damage by
the floods in Texas has been greatly
exaggerated. The corn crop will
probably equal and the cotton crop
surpass last year's product.
Tne Tococa (Ga.) News has a singular
story about Samuel J. Tilden and his
liters. It is to the effect that Mrs.
Minnie Kilpatrick, .widow ot Gen.
Thomas Kilpatrick, and a sister ot Mr.
Tilden, passed through Toccoa a few
days ago, bound oa a tour through the
Southern States,. The General was a
Republican, but Mrs. Kilpatrick is a
staunch Democrat, and sympathizes
deeply with the South. During the
siege of Petersburg she passed through
the Federal lines and carried several
i thousand dollars of her own nioaey 'as
a present to Genv Lee. There, are five
sisters and . one brother, Samuel J.
Tilden. : The sisters have been all the
time opposed to their brother running
for the ; Presidency. Not long since,
when.Tilden had almost yielded to the
solicitations of friends to enter the race,
Mrs. Kilpatrick, hearing of it, hurried
home from the South, and with the aid
of the other sisters prevailed on him to
keep out ot the race. The reason
assigned for this was that he was too
old and feeble for the active and ex-
baustive duties of public life.
An English correspondent writes
that Mrs. Chamberlain and Miss Jean
nie Chamberlain appeared in the royal
box at the opera a few evenings ago.
accompanied by the Prince of Wales
and a small party. Miss Chamberlain's
remarkable beauty ot course outshone
all othersr bat it-was general y remark
ed that the young beauty looked much
bored by the attentions of her elderly
admirer. The Prince is stouter than
ever and is singularly bald, while his
heavy cast of German features present
ed a striking contrast to Miss Cham
berlain youtn and brilliant loveliness.
Certainly any- attention Miss Cham
beriajn may bcstbwy upon this worn
out roue is due to bis exalted rank and
not to any personal aUraslions the heir
apparent may once nave possessuu.
Miss Chamberlain, who is oniy. iwemjr
years of age, is both clever and witty
which prove a great attractien 10 nis
Roval Highness, who is naturally
lieayy add not possessed of any striking
intellectual gilts. On dtl'Miss Cham
berlain's engagement will soon be an
nonnced to a young English nobleman
of wealth, whose infatuation for the
young beauty is much talked of in Lon
Almost, prprv person has some form
of scrofulous poison latent in his viens.
When this develops in scroiuious sores,
lakes the form
of rheumatism, or organic disease, the
suffering that ensues is lernoic oejou
description. Hence the gratitude ot
hrtar vohn !ismvnr. as thousands yearly
do, that Ayer's Sarsaparilla will thor
oughly eradicate tnis eva irom iu j
tem. JULY j'fJMBIiES.
A roaring success A mad bull.
When a man's ' head swims there is
generally less water than whiskey about
The Khedive of Egypt wants to bor
row $40,000,000, Sorry, but we left it
in rnr nthpr nants. This habitual
carelesne3s of ours will cost us a heap of
money some day. Williamspori isrea
One of the ceremonials in a marriage
in Hindostan is to bind the bridgroom
to a rnaiigo tree, which he is expected
to clasp in his arms. We should think
tbiswouW make the man go wild.
When a young'man walks with a girl
as though he was afraid some one
would see him, the girl is his si3ter. If
he walks so close to her as to nearly
crowd her against the fence , she is
some one else's sister. Chicago Sun.
The normal torco which grows a
man's beard is soon exhausted when
he shaves frequently, and tbeu the en
tire system is taxed to supply the de
ficency. :This is probably what renders
the dudosuch a melancholy wreck.
Mew York Graphic.
It's pretty difficult for a high schoo1
girl to think of something to say when
she goe3 to write a composition, but as
soon a3 she gets out of school, and
while on the way home, she can say a
whole itewspaper full without thinking.
Kentucky Stale Journals
The officer who opens the court is
called the "crier." On one occasion
the said officer had lost his
had led him an uncomfortable life, and
he was of course absent from hi3 post.
When the -court came in the judge, as
usual, said: Mr. Crier, open the court."
A young and facetious lawyer address
ed the court as follows: "May it
please you honor,-Mr. B cannot cry
to day; he has lost his wife!"
Kescned from Death.
William J. Coughlin of Somerville,
Mass., says: "In the fall of 18G6 I was
taken with Bleeding of Lungs foU
lowed by a severe cough. I lost my
appetite and flesh, and was confined to
niv bed. In 1877 I was admitted to the
Hospital. The doctors said I had a
hole in my lungs as big as ahalt doilar.
At one time report Avent around that
I was dead. I gave up hope, but a
friend told me of PR. WILLIAM
HALL'S BALSAM FOll THE
LUNGS. I got a bottle, when, to my
surprise. I commenced to get -well,
and to day I feel better than lor three
Our Mary Anderson is said to receive
1.000 a year from the sale of her pho
tographs. Queen Victoria cheers patients in the
hospitals by sending them copies ot her
last boot to read.
Berlin ha3 a new hotel, the dining-room
of which will seat 2,500.
You cannot walk half a block in Par
is now without running up against
The outbreak ot cholera in France
will send tourists out of that country by
the fastest trains.
Ilerrman, the conjurer, i3 in Paris,
and, as if by magic, has recovered from
the railway accident.
People marvel at the number of mar
ried American women now in Paris
without their husband3
Berlin has bad a historical pageant
under the auspices ot the Guild of Shoe
makers It was awl over at last.
All London went" wild over Patti's
diamonds in Traviata at Covent Gar
den. So many on one person were
never before s"een.
MisS Kolomine is to get 25,000 cash
and a life income of 1,000 for giving
up the Grand Duke of Hesse when
thousands would have given him up lor
half the money!
Ten thousand people witnessed the
last bull fight at Ninies, which, of
course, took place on Sunday. It was
so cruel and vile that even the hardened
Baker Pasha intimates that ho wishes
some folks would mind their own avo
cations, and says he hasn't asked to be
"reStored." There is. some further
muttering about a cold day.
Puke Cod-Liver Oil made from
selected livers, on the seashore, by Cas
well, Hazard & Co., New York. It
is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients
who have once taken it prefer it to all
others. Physicians have decided it su
perior to any of the other oLs in market.
Chapped Hands, Face, Pimples,
and rough Skin, cured by using Juni
per Tar Soap, made by Caswell,
Hazard & Co . New York, th 3 w
The Latin name for a certain kind of
fly is tcmpus fugit.
"Mens sana in corpore sano;" fA
sound mind in a sound body" is the
trade mark of Allen's Brain Food, and
we assure our readers that if dissatis
fied with either weakness of Brain or
bodily powers, this remedy will pcr
m.mrmllv strenirthon both Si: - At
druggists or by mail from J. II. Allen,
315 1 irst Ave., New York City, eod
Platform ; of tlio Democratic
Party cf KortU Carolina.
We agalncongratulate the people of
North Carolina on the career of peace
prosperity and good government on
which she entered alter the inaugura
tion ot a Democratic State administra
tion, and which has been unbroken for
so many years sinco upon the iust and
imnartial enforcement of the laws: up
on the efficiency of our common school
system, and the great progress matie in
popular education ; and : upon the gen
erai improvement and enterprise man
ifested in every part of the State. - And
we again "challenge' a comparison be
tween this state of things and the
crimes, outrages and scandals which
attended Republican ascendancy in our
borders; and we pledge ourselves to
exert, in the future, as we have done in
the past, our best efforts to promote the
material interests of all sections of the
State. " - A- : -
Affirming our adherence to Demo
cratic principles as heretofore enuncia
ted in the platforms of the party, it is
hereby ; i .
Resolved, That we regard a free and
fair expression of the public will at the
ballot-box a3 the only sure means of pre
serving our free American institutions,
and that the corrupt and corrupting use
of federal patronage, in influencing and
controlling elections is dangerous to the
liberties of ho Statu and the Union.
Resolved, That we arc in favor of the
unconditional and immediate abolition
of the wholo internal revenue system,
as an intolerable burden,, a standing
menace to the freedom ot elections, and
a source of great annoyance and cor
ruption in its practical operation.
Resolved, That no government has a
right to burden its people with taxes
beyond the amount required to pay its
necessary expenses and gradually ex
tinguish its public debt. And that
whenever the revenues, however de
riyed, exceed this amount;, they should
be reduced so as to avoid ja surplus in
the treasury. We therefore urge upon
our Senators and Representatives in
Congress to exert themselves in favor
of such legislation as will secure this
Resolved, That with respect to the
tariff we reaffirm the life-long and fund
amental principles of the party declar
ed in the National Democratic plat
forms and that the details of the method
by which the constitutional revenue
tariff shall be gradually reached, are
subjects which the party's representa
tives at the Federal capitol must be
trusted to adjust; but in f our opinion
theduties on foreiau importation should
be lavied for the production of public
revenue, and the discriminations in its
adjustment should be such as would
place the highest rates on luxuries and
the lowest on the necessaries of life,
distribute as equally as possible the
burdens of taxation and confer the
greatest good to the greatest number ot
the American people. 1
Eesolved, That the course of the
Democratic party in furtherance of
popular education, by efficient public
schools in all sections, and the establish
ment of graded and normal schools in
the larcer towns and accessible-centers,
Is a sufficient guarantee that we favor
the education of all classes of our people
and we will promote and improve the
present educational advantages so far
a3 it can be done without burdening the
people by excessive taxation.
And whereas, There is nowmore
than a hundred millions of dollars in
the treasury of the United States,
wrung from the pockets of the people
by unjust taxation on the part of the
Republican party, therefore, '
Resolved, That we will accept such
distribution of said surplus revenues of
the government tor educational pur
poses as may be mado by the Congress
of the United States ; provided always,
thas the same shall be disbursed by
State agents and not accompanied by
objectionable features and j embarrass,
ing conditions. 1
Resolved, That it is due to the white
people of our eastern counties, who
have so cheerfully borne their share of
our common burdens, that "the pres
ent, or some other equally I effective
system of county government, shall
Resolved, That in view ot the exist
ing and increasing harmony and kind
ly feeling between the two races in this
State and a similar condition of things
which wo believe to exist generally in
other Southern States, we deprecate
the attempt of the Republican party in
its recent platform at Chicago to force
civil rights as a living issue, and we
denounce it as a fire-brand and a hypo
critical expression - of interest in the
clack race, a wanton insult to the
whites of the South, and tending to stir
up strife between the now lriendly
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Cardinal Manning has inade forty
ionrneys to Rome since he assumed
office. .. : . ... ; .
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. Wltamijcfcm, N. C. May"9.iSS4,
ON .AND AFTER MAY 11th, 1SS4, at
3.50 A. M., She following Passenger Scfced
Ttie will be ran oa this ro&d :
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos. 48
" West and 47 East.
Leave Wilmington.... 9.05 P. M.
Leave Florence. - 2.40 A. M.
Arrive at C. C. & A. Junction...... 6.20 A. M.
Arrive at Colombia. ft. 40 A. hL
Leave Columbia. 9.55 P. M.
Leave a, C. & A. Junction. 10.30 P. M.
Iave Florence 4.50 A. M.
Arrive at Wllmhagton.......... 8.5 A. M.
Night Mail and Passenger Tkaet, Daily
NO. 40 WE3T.
Leave Wilmington 10.30 P. &L
Arrive at Florence 1.45 A. M.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN DA1LT
! No. 43 East.
Leave Florence at 4.01 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington 8.05 P. M
Train 43 stops at all Stations.
No. 40 stops only at Flcmlngton, and Marlon.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on G.
& C. R. R., C, & A.R.R.Statlons, Alkcn Junc
tion, and all points beyond, should take the
40 Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Augusta on
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington dally ex
cept Sunday at 7.10 A. M.
JOHN F. DIV1NS,
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington Sc Weldon
Office or Gexebal Superintendent,
Wilmington. N. C. May 9.1SS4.
iT'ii "l Vi
Change of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER MAY 11th, 1S84, AT 9.00
A. M., Passensrer Trains on the Wilming
ton & Weldon Railroad will run as follows :
DAY MALL AND EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
Nos. 47 North and 48 south.
Leave Wiunington, Front St.Dept, 9.00 A. M
Arrive at Weldon 2.35 P. fii
Leave Weldon. 2.55 P. M
Arrive at Wilm'gton, Front St. D'pt, 8.35 P. M
Fast Through Mail & Passenger trains
Daily -No. 40 south.
Leave Weldon 5.45 P. M .
Arrive at Wilm'gton.Front St. D'p't 10.10P. M .
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN DAILY
No. 43 North.
laeave Wilmington 8.35 P. M.
Arrive at Weldon. 2.35 A. M.
Train No. 40 South will stop only at Wilson,
Goldsboro and Magnolia.
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road Leave Rocky
Mount for Tarboro at 1.20 P. M. and 4.30 P.
M., Daily, -Sundays excepted). Returning
leave Tarboro at 3 P. M. and 10.00 A. M Daily.
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road leave
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.S5 P. M. Re
turning leave Scotland Neck at 8.30 A. M.
dally except Sunday.
Train No. 47 makes close connection at Wel
don for all points North Dally. All rail via
Richmond, and daily except Sunday via Bay
Train No. 43 runs dally and makes close con
nectlon for all Points North via Richmond aud
All train's run solid between Wl1 mlngton an
Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sleep
For accommodation of local travel a passen
ger coach will be attached to local freight leav
ing Wilmington at 6.55 A. M. Daily except
JOHN F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON, Genera'. Passenger Agent,
Carolina Central R. B(
office of General Superintendent, j
Wilmington, N. C, May 10. 18S4. I .
Change of Schedule.
QN AND AFTEE MAY 12th, 1884, THE
following ucnecraie will be operated on this
PASSENGEB MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN
Dally except Sundays.
) Leave Wilmington at .7.S0P. M
No. 1. S Leave Kaleigh at 8. 00 P. M
) Arrive at Cnarlotte at ..7.0DA. M
) Leave Charlotte at... 8.45 P. M
No. 2. Arrive Raleigh at 8.30 A. M
) Arrive at Wilmington at....8.C0A. M
Passenger Trains stop at regelar stations
only, and points designated in tho Company's
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, MAIL
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Daily except Sundays.
Nn , t Leave Charlotte............ 5.15 P. M.
" Arrive at Shelby 9.00 P. M.
N . j Leave Shelby 7.00 A.M.
"u J Arrive at Charlotte 10.15 A. M.
Trains No. 1 and 2 make closo connection at
Hamlet with R. A A. Trains to and from Ral
Through Sleeping' Cars between Wilmington
and Charlotte and Kaleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train No. 1 for Statesville, Stations
Western NCER, Asheville and points West.
Also, for Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens,
Atlanta and all points Southwest.
L. C. JONES,
F. W. CLARK, General Passenger Agent
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1.8G7 Prizes 'amonBtlWirtn.l-!'!
Apiuiuauun ior raws 10 ciuds SfiOuld be mlt
only lo the office of the Company la Ke Or
leans. - . ; - . . . .
For further Inf orraation, write clearlr. r
teg full address. Make P. O. Mowt Or
ders payable and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
vt. j -. KBW USLXlirS, IX
POSTAL NOTES and ordinary letten br
Mail or Express (all sums of $i and cpw&rdi
vjr xuipres, at our expense; 10
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
M. A. DAUPHIN, ;
07 Seventh St., WajBhlngton, D. C.
june 13-wed-sat Iw-d&w .
Dr. Dodd's Nervine No. 1
TTTILL CURE NERVOUS, PUY8ICAL
TV ana (ienitai weakness causea by man
cretlon and violating the laws of heiHL
DR. HUNTEK'S PILLS
Cures Syphilis in all lti forms, and ttttn.
Yellow or Brown tpots oh the face and body.
Sore Throat andlNose, Scrofula, Tetter, Ecze
ma, Itching EensaUon, Bait Sbeum and all
Blood and Skin Diseases. Urinary Diseases and
Strictures speedily cured-- Price 13. .
DR. 11UT'3 FEMALE YhltXD
Never fails to cure IrregulariUea or Suppres
sions, caused by colds or disease. Married
ladies and ladies in delicate sUU tf health art
cautioned to not use it. Price t3?close tbe
money for either medicine torBasajiit
VENS & CO., Baltimore, Md. wd It trill be
sent by mail or express sealed, ror aiie i7
all Druggists ; sent Dy mall or erpre
July 7 d&wly :r v-,"f i ; - , -';
lion, A. M. Waddell.
TITE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AKX0C5CI
HON. A. It. WADDELL as alcandidate for
Congress from the Sixth District, tvlyed to at
action of the Democratic Contention eflU V
trict, when called.
may 12 tf ' : - ' ; ' ' -
EXPECTED BT WEDNESDAY
MILAN. cniF and ail the Rough 8 tnwi,
popuUr now.' Every possible shade eiW
ers and other TrlmmlDgs. New tot of P
sols, white and colors, all prices. Glot
Lisle, Kid and Lace. New Stamping VtW
Choice New Crop Molasses-
. SECOND CABG0
NOW'liANDlNG AND VlLL
4 PROMPTLY FROM WHAX'
At Low Price-
I WOULD EESPECTTDLLTKg5? -1
havoJaldin a luU iupply o' LXr r&
and am now fully prepared w "ie? I
LOW PRICES, 6t ueI'. K5
Cat- Load, to all points oniteh)t,)J
Rivrra iml limu in uvtirB aV TvzZw&
OF THK HUMAN KtJUY I
ot, patronage, - , -U i-2
s - , Proprietor of Aew jw jj
i Eend for Priwu.