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The Daily Review.
;nSH. T. JAMES.' Editor, & Prop.
TUESDAY, AUGUST, 5, 1884.
"otetrrt at the Postofliee at Wilmington, N. C,
as second-class matter.
f The Supreme Court of Aucooa, Italy,
ha3 given a judgment by w&ich the
PoDe has recovered half a million of
francs which had been seized in 1861
by the Bureau of Crown Lands and the
Department of Public Worship. This
decision wili force the Italian Govern
ment to pay several millions, because
many ether arbitrary confiscations of
the same kind have been committed,
which must, of course, all be restored,
with the payment of damages.
It ha3 been at length discovered what
are ex-Senator Conkljog's preferences
in the present political contest. At a
recent temperance meeting at Ocean
Grove in the interest of St, John, Dan
iel and Prohibition, Mr. Conkling sat
on the platform and acted as patron of
the orator, enthusiastically applauding
bis attacks on John Barleycorn! Tec
totalism is a new feature of'the ex
Senator's creed, and it is surmised by
the Washington Star that its adoption
must be due to the precepts and exam
ple of his friend, R. B. Hayes. I
Two suits have been commenced in
the New York Superior Court by Dan
iel Connor, to recover ten thousand dol
lars damages for the loss of his two
children in the steamship State of Flor
ida, which was sunk in mid-ocean in
April last by collision with tho barque
Pomona. The case i3 to the liability of
the steamship company for the j loss of
life attending the sinking of the StaU
of Florida, and is to be followed by a
suit to test the company's liability lor
loss of property. The . suits wili be
reached in October.
The announcement that there is a
rrtviif- rlonrtb rV fa m o la fofifhora fur" the
public schools of London just now
would be amazing and distressing were
it not accompanied by the statement
that the scarcity comes from the fact
the standard of examination for
teachers has been raised till fevv women
feel equal to the ordeal. It would be a
sad remedy to lower the standard, as
some are urging. Bat it would be yery
ratifying to learn that women were so
applying themselves that they could
paps the examination with! ease.
Women seem by nature especially
adapted to the teaching of children, but
this is a case in which mere natural
instinct and aptitude are not enough of
The H-m. F. O. Mason, for a long
period judge of Ontario county, New
fork, and law partner of the Hon.
Charles J. Folger, will vote tor j Cleve
land. Mr. Mason was a delegate to
the Convention which nominated Gen.
Garfield, and is a gentleman of high
character and conceded ability. Mr.
Mason, in a recent letter says: 4Blaine
represents all that is lowest in tone,
most reprehensible in methods and
most reckless in spirit in the Republi
can party." Of the Democratic nomi
nee he says: "Clevelasd has not yet
ha 1 a long career, but it has been long
enough to show that he possesses hon
es, y and courage ; that he regards pub
lic office as a public trust for the bene
fit of the people, and not merely fur
a parly; that be is sincere in his desire
to reform the civil service and remove
it from partisan control, and isinfavor
of hoaest government economically
The members of the British Associa
tion forihe Advancement of Science
are about to invade Canada j nearly
seven hundred strong. After meeting
annually at various piaces year by year
in the United Kingdom, always hospi
tably received and always drawing
large numbers of persons to listen to
the reading of paDers on various sub
jects and to the discussions that grow
out of them, these British notabilities
have determined on the scientific con"
quest of Canada by including Montreal
as one of its meeting places, j There
will be a grand time in the old Cana.
dian city when these seasons open, and
there will be no lack of entertainments
for the distinguished visitors at the
same time. Philadelphia has" been
awakened to the fact that these repre
sentatives of advanced science are to
hold forth in Montreal, and, as it is
fitting, the kindred American associa
tion has extended a warm invitation to
their British workers in the same
scientific field to visit Philadelphia at
the close of the Montreal meeting, and
be present at the sessions of the Ameri
can scientists, who have postponed their
meeting for this purpose until Septem
ber 4. Some of them haye already
notified the American secretary of their
acceptance of the invitation, and it is
estimated that at least two hundred
and fifty of them will be preseni at the
date indicated, and there is no donbt
that they will have a good time genes
As well expect life without air, as
health without pure blood. Cleanse
the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Verdi hia nearly finished the new
opera on which he has been, laboring
for se veral years. .The composer speaks
of it as bis best work: The story which
Verdi has taken- for his libretta Js
"Othello," a subject which undoubtedly
admits of magnificent treatment. The
part otlago is considerably toned down
in the opera, the vi.l an being white
washed to a great extent. . An air. for
Desdemona in the last act, which she
sing just before the arrival of tha irate
Othello on the scene Is spoken of as one
of the pearls of lha opera.
A. very significant straw comes to us
from Cleveland, Ohio, the chief city of
the Western reserve, where the Republi
cans in years - past have , been' in the
habit of rolling up tremendous ma
jority for anything and anybody bear
ing the Republican label. A special
election was held in the twenty-first
ward for the choice of a member of the
City Council. The Republicans fully
expected to e'ect their man and had
made loud boasts of a large Irish Demo
cratic defection. They put lorth" every
eflort to carry the election -because
upon its result hinged the political com
plexion of the board. Imagine their
astonishment when,' upon counting the
yotes, after a sharp contest, it was
found that the Democrats had won by
63 majority, a clear Democratic gain
over the spring election of 532 votes.
It was a square, stand-up fight and a
most signigcant Democratic victory.
The much talked dIrish bolt did not
take place and the German Repub
licans voted the Democratic ticket,
almost to a man. The Plaindealer
was so elated that it forthwith went to
its coop and brought out one of its
handsomest roosters ; which crowed for
the signal and significant Democratic
V Who has Cold Feet?
The poor fellow whose blood does not
circulate vigorously, whose liver is half
asleep, whose stomach is in poor order,
and whose digestive apparatus has gone
back on him, can never make his feet
warm until ho puts his stomach, blood,
liver aud digestion into good condition.
He can do this by the aid of Brown's
Iron Bitters. Of this prince of tonics,
Mr. V. C. Fuller, of Montgomery,
Ala., says: I took Brown's Iron
Bitters for general debility, and am
greatly im proved."
A sandwich An African belle. Life.
A checkmate The rich husband.
An Ohio newspaper speaks of a man
being bruised by tho emphatic gesture
of a mule
Smoking does not agree with some
people, but it always seems to soot the
chimney. Boston Bulletin.
'This is a warm wave," said the
man whose irate wife flaunted a hot
fire-shovel in his face. Kew York Jour
nal. Love, some one says,, destroys the ap
petite. That man evidently never was
in the vicinity ot an ice cream saloon
wit his best girl. Boston Budget,
Wives are very presumptuous crea
tures. They are always asking for a
lock of their lovers' hair before mar
riage and taking it without asking after
A New York paper savs heels are
lower this season." Heal9 are as high
as ever here : the doctors charge three
dollars a visit. Boston Commercial
A youth may be firmly convinced
that love is blind, but it will be just as
well for him to avoid ice cream saloons
when he is out walking with his girl.
Js. Jr. Journal.
. Mr. Morse, of Hartford, has taught
school for sixtv-one years. Mr. Morse
thinks that birch trees make the best
shade for a schoolhouse front. Louis
in th sinuses of the teeth soon grow
into apppalling cavities,1 it disregareded.
Check advancing deoar nt tho -outset
with SOZODONT,' and the pain ;of
lootnacne, tne wretcnedness : oi, eating
with unsound teeth',-and the dyspeptic
symptoms caused oy swallowing' nali-
masiicaiea lood may be prevented.
This aromatic and salntarv article ner-
f times the breath, and remedies spongi-
r a.i t . .
uess ui me gums, its popularity is
Northwestern Lumberman: It takes a
sawmill man to successfully run a saw-
The Testimony of a Physician.
James Beecher, M. D., of Sigourney
Iowa, says for several years I. have
been usine a Coueh Balsam: called DR.
WM HALL'S BALSAM FOR -THE
LUNGS, and -in almost every case
throughout my practice " I have had
entire success. I have used and " pre-
senned nundreds or bottles ever since
the days of my army practice (1863),
when I was surgeon of Hospital No. 7.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
It is the Best Salve for Cuts. Bruises,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter.
Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns
and all kinds of Skin Eruptions,
Freckles and Pimples.
DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF
cures all affections of the mucous
membrane, of the bead and throat.
Red Horse Powders cure diseases in
Hcnrv 1 Ward Beecher? Th m.n
who lives for himself will-have the
privilege ot Deins bis own mourner
when he dies. ,
Heart Paios. -
Palpitation, Dropsidal Swelling,
Dizziness. Indigestion, Headache,
Sleeplsseness cured by 44 Wells' Health
Renewer." - ' - - . od "
- A Fair Offer -
'S, Trie Voltaic Belt Co.; Marshall,
Mich offer to send Dr. Dye's Volatic
Belt and Appliances on trial; for thirty
days, to men, younff or "old. afflicted
with nervous debility, lost vitality, andJ
kindrea troubles. ,
See advertisement in paper,
It i the opi nion of Sardon, the
dramatist, that stage gestures vary
with the times.
Young Men, Middle Aged Men and
All Men who'suffer from early indis
cretions will find Allen's Brain Food
the most powerful iuvigorant ever in
troduced ; once restored by it there is
no relapse. Try it; it never fails. SI;
6 for 85. 'At druggists, or bv mail
from J. H.Allen, 315 First Ave"., New
York City. ; eod
Ana You are Many.
No matter how you got It Benson Ca peine
Porous Plasters will care your dyspepsia,
july 14 4w -
are rapidly dy-
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c I will send a recipe that will
cure you, FREE OF C H ARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. - Send a self
addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
eod d&w ly
One of the reasons urged by the ad
vocates of the postal delivery system io
a sm all city was; that the office should
seek the man, not the man the office.
Itcliing Pilea-symptoma and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like per a pi ra
tlon, Intense itching. Increased by scratehlnx;
very d'streeeing, particularly at night; seems
as li pin-wotm were crawling In ana about
the rectum ; the private parts are sometimes
affected. If allowed to continue very serious
results may follow. "SWAINE'S OINT
MENT" Is a pleasant, sure cute. Also, for
Tetter, Itch, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Erysip
elas, Barber's Itch, Blotches, all scaly, crusty
Skin Diseases. Box, by mail, 50 cts ; 3 for $1,
25. Address, DR. SWATHE & SON, Phila.,
Pa. Sold by Druggists.
may 2 ly deod&w , f m w
W. & E. S. LATIMER,
Offtce S. E. Cor. Princess and;Water;sts. -
jan 7 - -
HP HE "LEMOCRATIC BOOSI" IS THE
Best Five Cents Cigar pold in the city and it
is sold only at the NORTn STATE SALOON,
where alao you will find the best Clemmer
Whiskey at 10 cents a drink and the Coolest
Beer In the city,
iy 23 tf
J. M. MCiOWAN & SON.
Library Lamps. -
fJlHS HANDSOMEST. AND LARGEST AS
sortment ever seen In this city.
W Lamps and Lamp Goods a specialty.
GILES & MURCHiSON'S.
julyl v 88 aud. 40 ,MurclgmL Block.!
Krmi.--i,1 KLi-XIL "f f
Whose debility, exhansted
POWeri. nremainr - i.nv
" and failure to perform life's
iutie. properly are caused by
ciuooBit errora or JTOUU1, et
will find a perfect and lasti
restoration to robust health'
and vigorous manhood in
THR MARSTON BOLUS.
Neither stomach dragging nor
instruments. This treatment of
Ncrrmn Debility and
Phrtlcil I DecnviiiTirifftnnW
meeessfnl because baWd on terfect diiurnnsia.
new und direct method and absolute thorw
ncnncis. null mtormation ana Treatise free.
A-aaress uonsniting lnysician 01
MARSTON REMEDYC0.,46V.14lhSt.t New York.
-?3i."e""p MmMiJ leUy mm4 paUleatlj. For tesUmo
. J" "d.endoronienti from rmiDeot BMdiod moncddreaM
vm ob,xiav xmrx vltr.
(. REUABLE SELF-CURE
aJ 'A favoVlteTtirpscrltrtloil of one Of fhf
kneatBOted ivl successful peeiaJlata la the U. S
now retired) for the cure of JVervosM J9eoilMf
jbomt JXctM fcoodt, Wcntenm and Mxv. Sent
(a plain aealedenvelope're Druggists caafUii6t
s Address DR. WARD 6 00.. louittaat Mfe?
WEAK, UIIDEVELOPED PARTS
OP THE HUMAN BODY KXLARGED, DEVEI
OPED. STRENGTHENED." Et isaw intwstiiii
ongroir m onrppfrtIn reply to in
qairies we will say that there is no evidence of bom-
bugsbontthis. On the oontrary. Tertisersare
Trynignly indorsed. TnTerested persons msy r-efc
sTaTeTcTrCTiTarBHgTyingT aU rrticuTar7T?yTQ7ewsng
E-K1K AlKDICAltOO.. Butfaio, . Y. Toletia Acqiwwy hr?
ctric Appliances are seat ca 30 Davs' TrbL
'TO 'MEM ONLY, YOUMQ OR OLD,
W-HQ are Hifferln from Kkktocs Dnrurr.
, "AS Vrr.yTT- Women Ami
TieoB. WasTixe Mr eakvesexs. aad ail those ifrtmsrs
t a Pusosal Manrax ntmlting from Ascsxs and
Aran CACsaa.- Spe!y relief aad complete resto
tatton of Haai.-rm.V aoos, mni JlaxBoon Ovabavtiib,
Km grandest discovery ot the Xinetcenth Oeatarr
juid at ocm tor liiutrxed Pijnpilet free. Addnae
.-y TSITA13 BUT CO tl ABSKAll. WUH.
f BEFOREV- and -vafterS
I Angnsta B. Co.
Change of Scheduled
N AND . AFTER JULY 13th. 1884. at
KJ 9. CO A m., the following' Paasencer Sehed
ne will be run on this road : l
NlOHT EXPRESS TRADXS. OADLT Noa. 48
. Wectand47 East.' I
Leave Wilmington 9.05 P. H
TiutmlWrnnA : 1 u l i
Arrive at C. C & A. Junction..... 6.20 A. UL
Arrive at Columbia-... ...... .....i. R.40 JL. 1L
Leave Columbia.. .................i. 9.55 P. M,
Leave u., u. s a. wuncuon.......;.io.so p. m.
ijcavo x wrence.... ................. .au jl. AL
Arrive at Wllmlton...-......M4.;8. A. M.
NIOHT oLtTX, AKT VASSKSQKR TXjOH. DAXX.T
NO. 40 WT. 1
Leave Wllmlmrtoii- . .1 ' f
Arrive at Florence....
.... ...........iu.zu jr. jo.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN
-No. 43 East.'-' '.vH
Leave Flercnce at.....; ...J..4.05 P. M.
Arrive i Wilmington.. ....... ......8.05 P. 11
Train 43 stops at all StaUomv. - - -
- Btupa aii lemmjrion, ana Aiarion.
Passengers for Columbia and all points oa G.
ftC.lL R.. C. A A.R.R.Sta.ttana It Van .W
on. and all points beyond, should take the
Senarate Pnllmtn ftlmmm fo ; a nn-n.f n
Train 40. ! 7. ,
.All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leaves WUmlngton dally ex
cept Sunday at 7.00 A. M. a .
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger AgenL
Wilmington & Weldon
Wilmington.' N. C. May 9, 88i. J
Change of Schedule. 1
ON ANDATTER JUL.Y 13th, 1884.AT 9.00
A. M., Passensrer Trains on the Wilming
ton & Weldon Railroad will ran as f olio vs :
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS DAXX.Y
Nos. 47 North ax 48 South.- i
Leave Wlbalneton, front St. Dept 9.00 A.
ArrlTe at Weldon.....;............ 2.85 P.
Leave Weldon . . : l j 9.MP
Arrive at Wllm'gton. Front St. Dit. 8.35 P.
fast Through Mail & Paj3kngkb Tbatutt
Dailt No. 46 South. I ; v.w ' ! .
Leave Weldon.. ............... ....j 5.3VP.M.
Arrive at Wllm'gton.Front 8t. D'pt 10.00P. 2d .
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN DAILY
No. 43 North. I
Leave Wllmlnirton...... .....I 8.S5 P. M.
Arrive at Weldon....... , .. 2.85 AJ M
Train No. 40 South will stop only at Wilson,
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road Leave Rocky
aiouni ior xarDoro ai l.'io v. ax. and 4.30 P.
M. Dally, 1 Sundays excepted).! Retumlnir
leave Tarboro at 3 P. M. and 10.00 A. 11 Dally.
irauio uu ouuuoiiu xecK xrancq ttoau leave
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.25 P. M. Re
turning leave Scotland Neck at 8.S0 A. M.
dally except Sunday. 5 I '1
; Train No. 47 makes close connection at We
dnn fnr nil Mint Hnrth noii a 11 4i
rRichmond, and dally except Sunday via Baj
Train No. 43 mns daflv nrH ma to. oUea
nectlon for all Points North via Richmond and
All trains run solid between Wl'mlngton an
Washington, and have Pullman Palace 81eep
ers attached. . , 3,.
For accommodation of local travel a cassec-
ger coach will be attached to local freight leav-
ing Wilmington at ;.55 ;a. M. Dally except
Sunday. i -
JOHN F. DIVINE,
1 fJnA-ml SnrtArint-ATtHatnl '
T. M. EMERSON, Genera Passenger Ajeest.
JU1V iO - -, i
Carolina Central JR. B.
Oitiob ow GcnssAX SupkriktebtdxbTi
Wilmington, N. C, May 10,il84;i,:
N AND AFTER MAY. 12th. 1884.
following acneaoie will be operated on this
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIV
Dally except Sundays, j
Leave Wilmington at.i....L .7.S0 P. M
Leave Raleigh at....; .7.35 P. M
Arrive at Charlotte at.....; .7.00 A. M
Leave Charlotte at.. ...... 1.8.45 P. M
Arrive Raleleh at... .8.30 A. M
) Arrive at Wilmington at....8.C0 A. M
Passenger Trains stop at regular station,
only, and points designated In the Company!
Time Table. : ;i -
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, MAJg.
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Dally except Sundays. T
wn , j Leave Cnarlotte. 5.15 P. M.
? I Arrive at Shelby..........; 9.00 P. M.
Ko X Leave8helb7........i;....i 7.00 A. M.
ay-: Arrive at Charlotte....... il0.45 A. M.
Trains No. 1 and 2 make close connection at
Hamlet with R. A A. Trains to and from Ral
eigh. , . r. .
Through SleepmgCars between Wllmlngtox
amd Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train No. 1 for Statesville, Station
Western N C R R, AshevUle and points West.
Also, for 8partanbarg, Green vllle, Athens,
Atlanta and all points Southwest.
L. C. JONES.
. - Superintendent.
F. W. CLARK, General Passenger Agents
mav 10 -- - ' ' - .
pOR WRJ HT8 VILLE SOUNDj will leave
sou ther land's Stable s DAILY at 6 P.M. shar.
Returning, will Wve Sound at 7 aI M. sharp
June 25 tf J T. J. SOUTHER LAN D. :
fJTHE FIRM. JT HILLING 3 WORTH & CO.t
has been changed this day by the ! retlrcmen
of S. H. TRIMBLE and the 'admission of T.
P.SYKE3. The business will be conduete
as heretofore under the name and style of
July 8 tf . HOLLISG3WOBTH A CO.
f , Board.
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS CAN BK
accommodated during the Summer months
at reasonable rates. Pleasant location, good
tendance and tho best the market affords.
u7 or week. . MRS. ROBERT LEE.
. - Jfc " 113 Market Street,
julylllydAw nialngtca, X. C
It to o actaT
Kiacuoq guaranteed. Glren.rrJ1 U4
tArawlsD BY WEUXtt, .
MILAN CHIP and ail the Rom
popular now. Every posalbie shae cf rtta
er. and other Ttlmmlrgs. Kew lototPla
sols, wklte and col, rs. aU
Uslc. Kid and Lace. NewSUmph
. . Respectfully
MIS3 E. KARRER.
may 26 - K
The Excursion and Pic
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