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sept 2 ! 10 South Front St
QUARANTINE FOR THE PORT OF Wil
mington will be enforced from May 1st to
Novombcr l st, as follows : .
Pilots will bring all vessels from Ports south
of Cape Fear to the Quarantine anchorage;
also, all vessels which have had any kind of
sickness on board during the passage or on
arrival, and will cause a signal to be eet in the
main rigging on the port side, as soon as ios
slble after crossing th Bar
No vessel must leave the Quarantine anchor
age, or allow any person, steamer or tug toat,
Huh ter, or boat of any kind to go along si e,
unless by written authority from the Quaran
tine Physician; and every . vessel must be an
chored as far to the eastward of the channel
as is consistent with safety.
Regulations governing vessels while In Quar
antine: may be had on application at the oMioe
of tho Quarantine Physician at Smlthvillc
Applications for permits to visit vessels In
Quarantine must be made to Dr. Thomas F.
Wood or Dr. fcco. G. Thomas, and perm ts so
obtained will be end red by the Quarantine
Physician, if. In his opinion, it is proper and
safe to allow communication with such vessels
A penalty of '2 0 for each and every offence,
will be enforced agiinst any person violallug
any of the Quarjtntinc Regulations of the Port
I ! W. G. CURTIS, M. D.,
Quarantine Physician, Port of Wilmington.
TIIOS. F. WOOD, M. D.
GEO. G. THOMAS, M. D.
mav 1 2am 6m 1&15
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E. aj BUKUUSS D. G- WORTH
A. MAKTIN, j . JAS'. SPIiUNT,
! GEORGB.CH AD BOURN.
E. K. BUKUUSS .
A. K.. A Llli E LJ . .... - -m . m .
! Electric Appliances are sent en 30 Days' Trial.
YO MEM ONLY, YOUHQ OR OLD,
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! VOLTAIC 8IlT60.,MABSHAlt,HlSH.
The Daily Review.
TOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON. N- C,
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1884.
Kntejcd at the Postoffice at Wilmington, N. C.
as second-class matter.
E3T Election Tuesday, Nov. 4.
G ROVER CLEVELAND,
of New York.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
FOIt GOVERNOR :
ALFRED M, SCALES,
of Guilford. K
FOK LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
'FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
of Wake. .
FOR STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. BAIN,
FOR AUDITOR :
W. P. ROBERTS,
THEODORE Fi DAVIDSON,,
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN
S. M. FINGER
1 of Catawba.
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT:
JL S. MERRIMON,
for l:lectors-at-large :
W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
R. T. BENNETT,
ELECTOR, SIXTH DISTRICT,
A. FAIK 1PKOTJECTIVE
The National Democratic Plat
form Indorsed! by Grover
.'We believe that labor i9 best re
warded where it is freest and most en
lightened. It should therefore beFOS
terko and cherished."
The Democratic party insists that it
is the duty of this Government to
PROTECT with equal fidelity and
vigilance the rights of its citizens, na
tive an-t naturalized, at home and
4 We demand in behalf of the Democ
racy freedom lor AMERICAN
LABOli by reducing taxes to the end
that thesd United Slates may compete
with unhindered powers for the pri
macy amoug nations in all the arts of
peace and fruits of liberty."
"The great issue of reform and
change in administration is submitted
to the people in cairn con tldence that
the popular voice will pronounce in
(avor of new men and new and more
favorable conditions for. the growth of
industry, the extension of trade, the
employment and due rciuard of Labor
:tnd ot capital and the general welfare
l the whole country.7
'"In making reduction in taxes it is
not proposed to injure an v domestic
industries, but rather to promote
their healthy growth. From the
oundation of this Government taxes
collected at the Custom House have
been the chief sourceof Federal reve
nue, bucii they must continue to be.
Moreover, many industries have come
to rely upon legislature for successful.
continuance so that any chanqe of law
must be at every step reaardtul of the
labor and capital thus involved: the
process of reform must be
subject in the execution to this
plain dictate ot lustice. All taxation
shall be limited to the requirements of
economical goyernment. The necessary
reduction in taxation can and must be
effected iVITIIOUT DEPRIVING
AMERICAN LABOR OF THE
ABILITY TO COMPETE SUCCESS
FULLY WITH FOREIGN LABOR.
AND WITHOUT IMPOSING
LOWER RATES OF DUTY THAN
WILL BE AMPLE TO COVER ANY
INCREASED COST OF PRODUC
TION WHICH MAY EXIST IN
CONSEQUENCE OF THE HIGHER
RATE OF WAGES PREVAILING
IN THIS COUNTRY." Platform
Unanimously Adopted by the National
Convention of the Democracy at Chicago
The Democratic Congressional Com
niittee is making a poll of the Congres
sional Districts, and claim that they
will hold their present majority in the
House. They expect to even up" in
New lore and Pennsylvania, and to
make gains in Iowa, Michigan, Wis
consin'and other Western States.
Acting Judge Advocate General G
N. Lieber. in his annual report to the
Secretary ot War, says that 9 non-com
missioned officers, 7 West Point cadets,
2.242 enlisted men and 10 militarr con
victs were tried by general courtmartia:
daring the year.makiDg a total of 2,268
For the past five years the number o
. a a 1
cuerai cuunsmaruai nas Deen con
stantly increasing. Ia 1680 there were
1.543, in 1881. 1,792; in 1882, 1,850, and
THE NO VESIBER B LEC
TIONS. All the States will elect presidential
electors on Tuesday. November 4th.
The Eeveral States are entitled to elec
tors as follows:
Arkansas. ....... 7
Nebraska. . .
N. Hampshire 4
New Jersey. . .. 9
New York, i . .36
N Carolina. . . . 11
Rhode Island.. 4
South Carolina 9
Tennessee. -. -.12
Texas...... L.. 13
Virginia . ..12
West Virginia 6
Wisconsin ... .11
Maine ....... 6
Maryland . . .'. 8
Total.. : 1.401
Necessary to choice 201
On the same day elections will be
held in the several States as follows:
Alabama will elect Congressmen.
Arkansas will elect Chief Justice of
its Supreme Court and Congressmen.
California will elect Legislature,Con
gressmen and vote upon three proposed
amendments to the State Constitution,
one authorizing water works in cities
and towns, one providing for a State
Board of Education, and one providing
for a State Board ot Equalization.
Colorado will elect State officers.
Legislature, and Congressmen, and vote
upon three proposed amendments to
the State Constitut ion which relate to
the legislative department, extending
he sessions and increasing tho pay of
Connecticut will elect State officers,
legislature and Congressmen.
Delaware will elect Legislature and
Florida will elect Governor, Lieu
tenant Governor, Legislature and Con
gressmen, and vote upon the question
of holding a convention to revise the
Constitution of the'State.
Georgia ill elect Congressmen. i
Illinois will elect State officers,
Legislature, and Congressmen and vote
upon a proposed amendment to the
State Constitution giving the Governor
power to veto any part of an approi
priation bill while approving the. resti
Indiana will elect minor State officers
Kansas will elect State officers
Legislature and Congressmen.
Kentucky will elect Congressmen.
Louisiana will elect Congressmen.
Maryland will elect Congressmen,
Massachusetts will elect State offi
cers, Legislature and Congressmen.
Michigan will elect State officers.
Legislature and Congressmen.
Minnesota will elect an Assistant
Justice of its Supreme Court; Legislat
ure and Congressmen.
Mississippi will elect Congressmen, i
Missouri will elect State officer?,
Legislature, and Congressmen, and vote
upon two proposed amendments to the
State Constitution, one authorizing a
special tax for street, road and bridge
purposes, and the other relating to the
Judicial department and authorizing
an increase of courts and judges. '
Nebraska will elect State officers,
Legislature and Congressmen, and vote
upon two proposed amendments to the
Stte Constitution, one of which relates
to the legislative department and the
other provides for a railroad commiSr
Nevada will elect Supreme Judge,
Legislature and Congressmen and vote
upon the question of holding a conven
tion to revise the Constitution of the
New Hampshire will elect Governor,
Legislature and Congressmen, and vote
upon the question of holding a consti
New Jersey will elect Legislature
New York will elect two Jadge3 of
the Court of , Appeals, Assembly men
and Congressmen, and vote upon a
proposed amendment to the State Con
stitution, which prohibits the loan or
use oi puoiic money lor private pur
poses, and restricts the indebtedness of
counties, cities, towns and villages, for
any purposes Whatever to 10 per cent.
of their valuation.
North Carolina will elect State and
county officers. Legislature and Con
gressmen. and a Supreme Court Judge.
Pennsylvania will elect Legislature
Rhode Island will elect Congressmen.
South Carolina will elect State offi
cers. Legislature and Congressmen, and
vote upon a proposed amendment to
the Stale Constitution which forbids
counties and towns to incur debts here
after to a greater amount than 8 per
cent, of the assessed value of the taxa
ble property therein.
Tennessee will elect Go?ernor, Rail
Road Commissioners, Legislature and
j Texas will elect State officers, Legis
lature and Congressmen.
I Virginia will elect Congressmen.
i west Virginia will elect Congress
j Wisconsin will elect State officers.
Legislature and Congressmen.
! Physicians freely prescribe Ayer's
PUIs as the safest and most perfect ca
Icelanders The ice men.
High water-mark ; Your chin. -Are
shrouds classed as kiltsuits?
Woman was the original 'side issue
All is not nickel plate that glitters.
Woman's suffrage -Scarcity of hus
You never miss the stump speaker
till the barrel runs dry.
The "coachman seems to be the
popular "fly" in the East.
The overproduction of whiskey is
probably the cause ot money being
When ignorance i3 bliss it is folly to
ask the landlady what she puts in the
In these days ot political assessments
even the oyster is beginning to shell
"I seud you my gas bill," was what
the stump orator said to the election
Independents call it the "Blaine cir
cus;" but then what does a circus care
for the opinions of a side show?
The sot, taking yet another glass, is
an illustration ot the text the spirit
swiiliog but the flesh is weak. - ,:
Since Tammany has resolved to sup
port Cleveland, John Kelly's lavorite
drink is "Old Crow" rye wuiskey.
All There is in It.
Dyespepsia simply means difficulty
of digestion. That difficulty makes a
great deal of trouble and causes much
ot the world's misery. Difficulty is
turned into ease, and misery into com
fort, by the use of Brown's Iron Bitters,
the world's great iron tonic. This be
ing the case, the dyspeptic invalid's
best pian is to get Brown's Iron Bitters,
just as did Mr, B. H. Oyley, ol Van
Wert, Ohio. He used tirown s iron
Bitters for dyspepsia, and was cured."
FOREIGN FJjOTSAM. .
The American colony in Paris is
divided against itself and is already
Since bis book was published, the
Marquis of Lome's clothes are too
small for him.
There ia a proposition to have"a
squad of mounted police for the London
Something afcin to a panic is pre
vailing in Pari3 hotel circles owing to
Thousands who fled from Naples
when the cholera spread are now re
turning to the city.
Oscar Wilde has- grown stout and
has had his hair cut. Nobody notices
him any more.
Venice has been indulging in the
luxury of an International Fisheries
Conference of late. -
During a review at Berne, a soldier
stepped from the ranks and shot him
self dead. Crazy.
Berlin is to have a new theatre en
tirely fireproof in everything except the
Temesrar. Hungary, is in a high
state ol enthusiasm over the introduc
tion of the electric light.
In an old music shop in Berlin has
been found a symphony by Mendelsohn
never yet published.
Floods in Spain have caused much
distress among the working classes, and
kept the men out of cigarettes.
A history of the Rothschilds is being
written by a member of the house in
Paris well known for literary taste and
Montefiore, the centenarian, has
renewed a contract with his private
secretary for three years from Decem
Instead of giving his annual banquet,
the Mayor of Sutherland, England,
subscribes 100 tor the relief of the
Augusta, Empress of Germany, cele
brated her birthday last month at
Baden Baden. She was blankety-blank
A Fair Offer
The Voltaic Belt Co.,ot Marshall.
Mich., offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrat
ed Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances
on trial, for thirty days, to men, old
and young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality, and many other
See advertisement ia this paper,
t th s eow&w
For durable coloring the -walls- of
rooms in beautiful tints, at little cost,
nothing equals the Mableine sold at
Jacobi's Depot. . t
Great Prejudice to Onions
JJAS EXISTED AMONG AMERICANS
since the remarkable courtabip of Miles Stand
lah. Since that time men have been doing
their own courting, and have been debarred
the privilege of partaking of this fragrant veg
etable We have solved the problem by Belling
the VALENCIA ONION, which leaves neither
smell nor taste, and can be relished by all.
They are worth 5 cents per pound, and weigh
from one to three pounds.
The Unexpected Bosh for the
Creamery Buttered Flour!
ran our supply short last week, but we will
hayc It by Wednesday's steamer. It Is a mar
vel In Its way. Every one ehonld try It. Re
member it is prepared by Mr. Joe Strange,
who was a former Wllmtngtonlan.land we
know It Is pure.
P. L. BKLDGEBS & CO.
HO North Front St.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Balirea and earn
HACK A CUE,
Sarenas, Cats, Bruises,
nc all Mber bodily ache
' aad pain.
HOT CUTS 1 lOTTIi .
Sold j all bnccista aai
Itealers. Oirectiooa ia 11
Tie ClurlejA.Voclsr Co.
(Soe :'. to A. VomlCT Co.)
BalUaort, U, V. 8. A.
Mch 29 1y d &w.
JUST OPENED I
AT s:. -
116 Market St., v
Aii Entir New Stock
FALL AND J
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, .
RH A DAMES7 ARMOURS, BROCADES,
SATISS AND SILK VELVETS.
FRENCH DRESS GOODS
OTTOMANS, TRICOTS, S
SHUDDAS, CASH MERES, ii -
FANCY PLAIDS & COMBINATIONS,
In all Qualities and Shade.
Ladies'. Cloth and Flannel
A SUPERB S OCK OF 54 INCH GOODS,
comprising every Grade and Shade,
NEW MARKET, .
CLOTH AND JER3EY
f WALKING JACKETS.
Shawls, Skirts, Corsets.
LADIES AND CHILDRENS'UNDERWE A R
! i !
j o- '
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR AND FURNISHING
Table and Piano Covera,
Smyrna Rugs, Cretonnes,
Linen Damasks, Towels, Napkins, .
White Goods, every variety.
Embroideries, Ribbons. Laces,
Staple and Domestic Goods,
Notions, Ac, '&c.
All of the above have been bought during
the present panic in prices, cheaper than ever
before known Ini the history of Dry Goods,
and if my kind patrons will call, GOOD MA.
TE RIALS and LOW PRICES will do the
selling. I j -
M. IV3. ICATZ,
116 Market St.
Bagging, Ties, Gins,
1 000 ROLLS i5agging.
QQQ Bundles ARROW TIES,
V c Bales Haling Twine,
HaU'a Cotton Gins, Wilson, Child's Co.'s
Wsgons. p " t
SUNDRIES Fresh Candy, Fresh Crackers',
Fresh Cakes, Fresh Cheese, Coffee, 8ngar,
Flour, Molasses. Meat. Larti.Soap, Soda, Lye,
Powder, Shot, Caps,: Case and Canned Goods.
For sale by t
KERCHNER & C ALDER BROS
JEW STOCK FOR FALL TRADE,
ARRIVING EVERY DAY
Mann factored expressly for this market
New Styles and Low Prices. Call and exam
ine our extensive; variety of Ner and Fask
ionable Goods, alt made this set son,
j j D. A. SMITH.
Ilmilture Dealer; N. Front Street
OCt 13 .
First of the Season,
A T THE GEM 'rest a ttk a vi "
1. i "AND SAMPLE TtOOM
N.Y.BEKF. , N.Y.LAMB, '
CAULIFLOWER. 1 CELERY, etc
The deUcades of l the Season always on
liouisianaj State Lottcn
'ffeaoheruy certify dot , k
arrangement for all A MoutU???
Annual Uravtima nf TUm rT" &
tar CmpV and in JeroTiSSStS
trol Uus Drawings themtlve$7m
same are conducted with honesty fZJr9 Q(
ia good faith toward all parties. amTZ'
tee Me uompang louse eerVWca "f
tixatles of our signatures atiachetC'i,f
titements." I - "
Incorporated in 1863 for 25 years bt .
ia ia rare ror Fkinrjttinna i im h(..v: s
noses with vintt i A i nrm nm t T rja I
reserve fund of over $550,000 has shweSi
a ided. .
By an overwhelming populai vote lutrt
ehlae was made a part of th present 8bt
ConBtltntlnTh arinrttivl TWuvtmlum t ,
; The only Lottery' ever voted on mwf edi I
" w-m mrt II I TT I
Itnever mcaleMo noffnnw.
, - M mr. i
Its Grand Single Number Drawing tsk.1
A SPLKNDin hPPdltTmilTV Tn
FORTUNE. Elf yenth Grand Drawlnr. Clai l
In the Ar.fl.d0mv !nf Mnfclft at K.
Tuesday, November 11. lS8-174th Mont
Capital Prize, S75.000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dot
lars Each. Fractious in Fifth
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Cajltal Prize of....
1 capital raze 01. . . . . .-.
1 Capital Prize of
2 Prizes of f6,000
5 Prizes of 2.000
10 Trizes of
' 20 Prizes of
100 PrUes of
, 900 Prlzea-of
600 Prizes Qf
1000 Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of $75u.
. . 1" " 000- 4.500
Prizes, amounting to... 1255,500
.Appuwiugn iorraiesvo eiuos BDOUlu be mle
oniy 10 tne omce 01 tne company m New Or
For further information, write clearly, fir
Sng full address. 1 POSTAL NOTES. Exurea
Money Orders, or New York Exchanfte in .
ninary lener.- crurrency uy Kxpreeo (all im
of $5 and upwards at our expense) addreud
. . At. A. DAUrUlK.
; - - i . New Orleans, La.
si n. a.. uAurmn,
607 Seventh St.. WasMnarto!). D. 0.
Make P. O. Money Orders payable acd id
arees Kegrstered Letters to
NEW OKLEAN3 NATIONAL BANK.
OCt 15 NEW ORLSAX8. Li.
Carolina Central R. B,
or no of dEzrxBAi. BumumHTum
Wilmington. N. C. Sept. 20. 18T4
Change of Schedule,
N AND AFTER SEPT.; 21st 1S4, T2I
following tjcneauie will be operated ot U.'i
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TBU1
- Dally except Sundays.
Leave Wilmington at.. ......7.00 P. 1
No. L 1 Leave Raleigh at. 7.25 P. I
Arrive at Charlotte at.......7.S0 A. 1
1 Leave Charlotte at... ...... .8.19 P.-1
No. 2. J Arrive Raleigh at.... o oo A. M
y Arrive at Wilmington at.. ..8.23 A. M
Passenger Trains stop at regnlar aUfloai
only, ana points designated in tne Compaafi
Time Table. r ...
SHELBY DIVISION. PASSENGER, Mail
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
- Dally except Sundays. -
Vrt - J Leave Charlotte 8.15 A.
Wo- 3- j Arrive at Shelby...........12.l5P.
Krt l i Leave 8helby......... LP.J-
No- Arrive at Charlotte 5.40 P.M.
Trains No. 1 and 2 make close oonnecttn A
Hamlet with B. & A. Trains to andfroaE
elgh. , j . -
Through Sleeping Cars between WllmlnjW
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train No, 1 for Statesville, Stataai
Western NCR B, AshevWe and polnU wefc
Also, for Spartanburg, .Greenville, AUifi
Atlanta and all points Southwest.
; L. C. JONES.
F. W. CLARK, Genera Passenger At
. sept su ... ! .
New orlt & Wilmington
FROM PIER S4, EAST RIVER,
At 3 o'clock. P. M.
BXNEFACTOR..... -SatarcUy. ot
BENEFACTOR.... "Satcrftf. of
- FROM WIU1ISQTON :
BEXKFACTOIi.-...... wtoy SBV
G ULF STREAM, i . . .SAturday, '
GULF STREAM Saturday, '
Thls steamer has been specially refitted
passengers, j .
X3- Through JfAif
Xhrouglt Rates gcaranteed to and troa
.For iTelght or Passage aimlytofj.
THEO. tt.:EGEB, Freight Agent
i aj Broadway, asw
ial8S3, 1,935. ! '
thartic ever compounded. . A oet 17
1- : - ' r ' will west,
oetl5 j ! HO.20M. Front st
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