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10 South Front St
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miugton will be enforced from May 1st
No vomber 1st, as follows : j
Pilots will bring all ve-selsfn m Porta south
of Cape Fear to the Quarantine anbhorppe;
also, all vessels which have had any! kind of
BlckneBs on board during the passage or on
arrival, and will cause a signal to he mt In the
main rigging on the port side, as soon as pos
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age, or allow any person, steamer or iug bout,
lighter, or boat of any kind to go along ai e,
unless by written authority from thd 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 whiles in1 Quar
antine may be had on application at the office
of the Quarantine Phys'.ciaa ai. Smlthplllc
Applications for permits to visit vessels in
Quarantine must be made to Dr. Thbraas V.
Wood or Dr. Geo. G. Thomas, and pttrni ts so
obtained will be end r-d by the Quarantine'
Physician, if. In his opinion, it is proper ami
safe to allow communication with suclj vessels
A penalty of f "2 0 for each and every ofl'encc
will be enforced agiinst any person v;olating
any of the Quarantine Regulations ot fhe Port
W..Si. CURTIS mL P..
Quarantine Physician, Port of Wilmington.
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The Daily Revievv,
JOSH.'T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
tvtlmtng"ton. n. c.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4t 1884.
tatered at the Postoffice at Wilmington. N. C,
as second-class natter.
" Election Tuesday, Nov. 4. Jgi
G ROVER CLEVELAND,
of New York.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
FOR GOVERNOR :
ALFRED M. SCALES,
'OR LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN,
of New Hanover.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE :
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
FOR STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. BAIN,
W. P. ROBERTS,
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN
S. M. FINCtER,
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT:
A. S. MERRIMON,
- of Wake.
W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
FOL CONGRESS :
R. T. BENNETT,
elector, sixth district,
A FAIR PKOTECTIArE
Tlie National leinocrat!c Plat
form Indorsed by Grover
" We believe that j.aijor is best re
warded where it isTreest and most en
lightened. It should therefore be pos
tered and cherished."
The Democratic party insists that it
is the duty of this Gotfern.uent to
PJtOTEOT with equal fidelity and
vigilance the rights ot its citizens, na
tive an i naturalized, at home and
Ve demand in behalf of the Democ
racy freedom for AMERICAN
LAI50R by reducing taxes to the end
that these United States may compete
with unhindered powers for the pri
macy ainouc nations in all the arts of
peace and fruits of liberty."
"The great issue of reform and
change iu administration is submitted
to the people in calm confidence that
the popular voice will . pronounce in
favor of new men and new and more
favorable conditions for the .growth of
industry, (he extension of trade, the
employment and due reward of Labor
and ot capital and the general welfare
of the whole country."
"in makin? reduction in faxes it is
not proposed to 4njure any domestic
INDUSTRIE1', DUC TClUier to PIS ""MOTE
their healthy growtu. From the
foundation of this Government taxes
collected at the Custom House haye
been the chief source of Federal reve
nue. Such they mnst continue to be.
Moreover, many industries have come
to rely tipon legislature for successful
continuance so that any change of law
must be at every step rcaardful of the
labor ana capital thus involved; the
process . of reform must be
subject in the execution to this
plain dictate of justice. All taxation
shall be limited to the requirements of
economical goyernment. The necessary
reduction in taxation can and must he
effected WITHOUT 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 well-posted New York corres
pondent of the Baltimore Sun writes :
I find that maoj of ihe most deter
mined opponents of John Kelly in the
Democratic party, who have always
looked upon him with distrust, are
outspoken now in the expression that
Mr. Kelly will stand true to the partjT
nominees and refuse all alliance with
the Republicans. Recently Mr. Kelly
.sent a message to Governor Hendricks,
through an intimate friend of the
latter, assuring him that he was
heart and soul for the national ticket,
aAd would do everything in his power
to help elect it. He also, it is under
stood, gave the samo assurances to
Judge Thurman and Senator Bayard
before they addressed the Tammany
meeting. If reliance can be placed
upon such promises as this, the Be-
publicans will have no more assist&bce
from Tammany ;Uiaa ; such as may
come from individual defections?' '';
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Henry James, the novelist, ii report
ed to creatly resemble the Princ4 of
Wales, and a London letter sajs he
tells this story of "himself : He "was
passing SL James Palace one day,
when he noticed that the sentry salut
ed him; it struck him as rather curi
ous, and so he stopped and entered into
conversation With the manj who re
plied, very much to Mr. James's
amazement: 'Ye3, your Royal Hisb
nesa." This amused the autho'r of
"Confidence" so much that he.contin"
ued to converse with the soldier for
some moments, and, at the close of
tbeir interview, presented him with a
A New York letter says: President
Arthur is not spoken of in a very aflec-
tionate style by the people who are
runniDg the Blaine campaign. One of
these gentlemen raid to me: "Arthur
has been in the sulks ever since the
nomination at Chicago. He has not so
much as lifted his finger to help us, and
not the slightest word of encourage
ment has come from him. He wants
to be Senator from New York, but the
friends of Biaine will see to it that no
such thing as that happens." President
Arthur man, aged the campaign ot
1880 in New York and how skilfully
he conducted it is a matter of history.
There have been several turns ot the
political wheel in this State during this
campaign where the advice of ihe
President would have been of much ad
vantage to the Blaine managers, as he
is universally conceded to be the best
politician in the State, but to all inti
mations to this effect be has turned a
deaf ear. A few days ago a special
emissary was sent from this city to
Washington to consult the President
with regard to the Republican local
nominations in New York, and
to ask him for j suggestions as to the
best means, according to his own
valuable experience, to secure trading
for the benefit of the Blaine electors.
1 his messenger came back no wiser
than wberi he lelt, and with the im
pression (hat Arthur had no choice as
between Blaine and Clevelnnd.
Personal friends of the President say
it could scarcely be expected that he
should evince any enthusiasm over a
man who, if he has the chance, wil'
take pleasure in removing every one in
ofllce snspected of the least sym
pathy for him.
The Rev. Dr. William Paret, who
has just been chosen Bishop of Mary
land, was formerly the rector of Christ
Church, Wiiliamsport, Pa. Eight
years ago he was called to the Church
of the Ephiphanv. Washington, the
leading Episcopal Church at the Capi
tal, which has grown and flourished
under his care. Maryland has had five
bishops since the Revolution, and all
but one were chosen from anions the
active clergy of the diocese. Claggett,
who was the first Anglican bishop con
secrated in the United Slates, the Eng
lish and Scottish orders uniting on him
was a native of Maryland, and so were
Stone and Pinkney, while Kemp,
though born in Scotland, was a Mary
lander by adoption. The only excep
tion was Bishop Whittingham, who
presided over the diocese with fuch
siugular ability far nearly forty years,
and who went there from New .York.
Dr. Pinkney, who was also the rector
of a parsh in Washington, was conse
crated as assistant to Bishop Whitting
ham, with the right of succession, but
he survived his senior only three years,
dying on July 4 of last year. The elec
tion of his successor has been delayed
by the difficulty of unitinz two-thirds
of the Diocesan Convention upon any
one oi sucn decided cnurcn views as
the majority demanded, but the choice
has finally fallen upon an excellent
man. Dr. Paret, who is what i3 usu
ally described as a High Churchman
though by no means "extreme," i3 !
man of decided intellectual force and
energy, and ho will give the Maryland
churchmen the strong and prudent
guidance they have lacked since Bishop
U hittingham's death. The diocese
embraces all of the State, except the
Eastern Shore, and includes both Bal
timore and Washington.
Why Do People Commit Sui
Generallv because they are despond
ent. They are despondent because their
health ha3 run down by reason of dys
pepsia, debility, or malarial fevers
No man in good health wants to commit
suicide. A healthy man can face his
troubles and overcomes them. Brown's
Iron B'tters enriches the blood and
tones np the system so that vigor and
oraveiy take the place ot debility and
cowardice. Invariably cures dyspepsia,
laaigcsuon, weakness, etc.
The Excursion and Pic Nic
SEASON IS NOW OPEN AND PERSONS
visiting tb city, the Sounds or Smlthyille.
and la need of First Class work will do well
to call on ,
the well known Barber and Perfumer at hit
Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon'.
NO. 29 MAUKGT STttJGET
where he will spare no pains In glrtnr? satis
faction to aU --Come diee.
A heavy sigh A cycloLC. " f - "
A winning heart Tha ace.;
Blaine's motto Letters alone.
, Pot up at auction The prices.
- Caught on the fly Unwary trout.
Offer seekers Bashful bachelors.
A high old time Steeple chasing.
Stage-struck Knocked down bj an
Love is blind, very blind when the
girl is rich.
A lonesome swell is the very picture
A bicycle to run on ice may be called
In Boston the sparrows 'are called
Mother Hubbard birds. . .
The Vassar girls do not swear. They
only say "buy gum."
It's a long lyin' that some composing
stick will not hold.
Circuit court Sneaking around the
house to avoid the dogs.
The campaign barrels can now be
used for election bonfires.
When a candidate runs the gauntle1
he is handled without gloves.
Physicians freely prescribe Ayer's
Pilis as the safest and most perfect ca-
hartic ever compounded. ;
DRUNKENNESS, OR THE LIQU3R HABIT, CAN
BE CURED BY ADMINISTERING DR. HAINES
It can be given in a cup of coffee or
tea without the knowledge of the person
takiog it, effecting a speedy and per
manent cure, whether the patient is a
moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Thousands of drunkards have been
made temperate men who have taken
the Golden Specific in their coffee with
out their knowledge, and to-day believe
they quit drinking of their own free
will. No harmful effects result trom
its administration. Cures guaranteed.
Circulars and testimonials sent free.
Address, Golden Specific Co..
185 Race St., Cincinnati, t ).
d eod & vvGm
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
Depot. - f
St. James' Seminary,
MISSES BURR & JAMES, Principals.
MRS. M. S. CUSIILNG, Musical Instructress.
rpHE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION
JL of this School will commence oo Monday,
Cth of October, IS4, and close about the third
week In June. 1SS5
Special opportunities for learning the arc of
faintinr in water colors, ou pastel, c , wi.i
be afforded tbosa who desire tbeir children to
learn tbls beautiful and fashionable accom
plishment. Pupils outside of the School ac
commodated with suitable hours for learning
Music or Painting. For further particulars
enquire of the Principals. sept IS
YOU WILL do well by
calling at No. '10 South Front
Bt , where you will find fine fresh
eggs, and New River Oysters, open and In tie
fhell, received fresh every day. A'so Fr?sh
Family Groceries of all kinds cheap for cash.
sept:;0y W. T. CROOM.
yATCHMAKKR & JEWELLER,
a" Chronometers, Flno Watches
and Jewelry repaired and warranted,
opposite New Market. Front M.
A Job Printing Office,
Over 100 Fonts Type.
JOSH. T. JAMS',
VVUmlngton, N. C.
Harper's Young People.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY 16 Pages.
8 CITED TO BOY9 AKD GIRLS OV FROM SIX
TO SIXTEEN TEARS OF AOS.
Vol V. commences November 6, 1883.
Harper's Young People is the best week'
iy for children in America southwestern
All that the artists skill can accomplish In
the way ot Illustration has been done, and the
best talent of thecountry has contributed to
its text New England Journal of Education,
ah) 8 ton. p.
In its special field there is nothing that can
oe compared with it uartrord Evening iost
tjappt?pq vnrrvn dithpt v
Per Year, Postage Prepaid, A w
Single N umbers, Four Cents each. ;
Specimen copy sent on receipt of Three
The Volumes of Harper's Younz Peonle r
'31 812 and 1SS3, handsomely bound In IUumma-
teauiotn, wmoe sent by mail, postage pre
paid, on receipt of $3 00 each. Cloth Caes
for each volume, suitable lor binding, will be
sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of 50 cents
Remittances should be made bv Post-Offip,
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss
Newspapers are not to copy thlB advertise
ment witnout tnc express order of Harper
HARPER A BROTHERS,
nov.24 New York.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED: PARTS
OF THE HUMAN BODY KKLAROKD. DEVEL
OPED. STRENGTHENED." Etc.wta intrTmUn
rrertimnt lonyrea in our pa
iwiik ronia our paper. An rriH T loin
quin we will nn.w tftat thr it po.Tktonce
bog About t htA. Unlb contrary, the drrt iin Tra
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rMlm IS erata for
THE GREAT GEP"Afl
1- BaImtm aad eru -
" EnilCH T0CTS1C2X,
ORE THROAT, j
; SPBAIXS, j;
Soreaett, Call, Braisaa
An4 AH cthrt bodil ache
Fim CUTS A BOTTLS.
Sold by all Drorriiti an4 ;
Dealers. Pireeuoo la 11
language. ' i
Tha Ciirloa A.Toslcr Cx :
(SomaMra U A- Voedar k Ca.) '
BaUiaMn, C. 8. A.
Men 9 It d4w.
JUST OPENED I
116 Market St.,
An Entire New
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
Rn AD AMES. AEMOURS, BROCADES,
SATISS AND SILK VELVKTS.l
FRENCH DRESS GOODS
OTTOMANS, TRICOTS, j
SIIUDDA8, CASH M ERKS, j
FANCY PLAIDS & COMBINATIONS,
In all Qualities ami Shades. .
Ladies' Cloth and Flannel
A SUPERB S OCK OF 54 INCH GOODS,
comprising every Grade and Shade;,
CLOTH AND JERSEY
Shawls,- Skirts, Corsets.
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR AND FURNISHING
Table and Piano Covers,
Smyrna Rugs, Cretonnes,
1 lncn Damasks, Towels, Napkins,
White Goods, every variety.
Embroideries, Ribbons. Laces,
Staple and Domestic Goods,
Notions, Ac, Ac.
All of the above have been bought during
the present panic In prices, cheaper thn ever
before known In the history of Dry 'Goods,
and If my kind patrons will caP, GOOD MA
TERIAL3 and LOW PRICES will Ido the
M. M. KATZ,
116 Market St.
White Cypress and Yellow
S Pine' j
BLINDS AND DOORS,
Guaranteed as good as the beai.
Moulding, Brackets. Balusters and Orna
mental Wood Work,
oct 16 PARSLEY A WIGGINS.
EW STOCK FOR FALL TRADE,
ARRIVING EVERY DAY
Manufactured expressly for thla -market.
New S tylea and Low Prices. Call and exam
ine our exunslve variety of New and Fash,
lonable Goods, all made this set son. '
D. A. SMITH",
rurntture Dealer. N. Fron Street
OCt 13 .. j
First of the Season.
AT THE GEU RESTAURANT '
v v ww AND SAMPLE ROOM.
N.Y.BEKF. N Y.LAMB
CULLFLOWEB. ' . CELERY, lie,
The delacadea of the Reason always on
n5.- WILL WEST,
VZiliiilnrrton a ivTrr
WUateitcn, N. O, Oct Si, 1SS4.
Change of Schedule.
Oa uTEl OV. 2nd. 18SI a
ton A Weldon Kallroad wlU rSas ff
DAY MALL AND EXPRESS TRajnW1 ;
. . . NOS. 47 NORTH AH3 43 SOUra
Leave Weldon. y i p.
Past Through llAn. a Passkkoxb t
DAILT-No. 40 SOUTH. .
Leave rTeldon..........:..... s
Arrive at WHm'gton,Front SL IVp'x ft Zi
.-um AxtALN I)..,.
W J v..i. "U.J
Arrive at WeldW.....V..".r" ;? ?
No. 42 South, daily except Momityi
Arrive : wiminott.;;:.:::.::." .
No. 45 North, dallv cicpnt s.,.,...
Leave wiimtagior x. (
Arrive Weldon.. ' i VV. 1
- Train No. 40 South will stop oalj at Wiw
Goldsboro and Magnolia.
--- (Mi m w
a louisuu A&ruoro urancn uoad JUcave tac,
Lount f ot Tarboro at 12 M. and 55 V
leave TarboroVtTsu P. Md 7o At,ia
rTralns on Scotland Neck Branch HoacjuT
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 2.40 p v in
turning leave Scotland Neck at S.30 a w
dally except Sunday.
Train No. 47 makes close connection at Wal
don for all points North Dally. All rlnl
Richmond, and dally except Sunday tUB
Train No. 43 runs dally and makes cloae m.
ew all Points North, via Richmond Vj,
AU trains ran soUd between Wl?n!aitoB am
Washington, and havo Pullman Palace &W
era ittacbed. . . coiee
For accommodation of local travel a mmm.
ger coach will be attached U local frclehtW
Kyf " fs;
- : j JOHN F. DIVINE.
' General Superintendent
TMKMJSSON, Genera'. PaWnSt
& Aiigiista R. R. Co.
Omoa b Generax. 8urERlKTKM)ETr. 1
; Wilmington. N. C. Oct. SI. ISP4. I
Change of Schedule,
ON AND AFTER NOV. 2nd, 18S4, at
9.00 A. M., she feUowlng Passenger Scfied
ue will be run on this road :
NIGHT E2PRE3S TRAINS. DAILY Noa. I
- . West and 47 East.
Leave Wilmington 8.10 p. M,
Leave Florence....... 2.40 A kv
Arrive at C. C A A. Junction 0.20 A IL
Arrive at Columbia................. B.40AM.
Leave Columbia..................... 9.55 P. M.
leave C, C. A A. Junction. 10.30 P. M.
Leave Florence... -.. 4.50 A tL
Arrive at Wilmington. 8.55 A. M.
Nioht Maii. awd Passenger Teact, Dailt
j'-r'flOi' to ,WEaT.
Leave Wilmington.......: ..i.......(i.la.lL
Arrive at Florence.. 1.MA.1L
MAIL AND 'PASSENGER TRAIN DATLT
. No. 43 East.
Leave Flarsnce at.... .......4.03 P.M.
Arrive at Wilmington............... 8.C5 P. M
No. 42 West, dally except Mondays.
Leave Wilmington.. .................. 7.f0 .M.
Arrive Florence... ...... 11 AM.
No. 45 East dally except Sundays.
Leave Florcr.ce.......... 9.10 P. M.
Araive Wilmington 115A.M.
Train 43 and 42 stops at all Stations.
No. 48 stops only at Flemington. and Marian.
Passengers for Columbia and all polnta oa ti.
& C. R. R., C, & A-lL Rotations, Aiken Juno
tlon. and all points bevond. should take the
48 Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for AugusU oa
aii trains run soUd between Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington dally ex
cept Sunday at 5.00 A. II.
j JOHN F. DIVIN5,
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger A Kent,
Carolina Central R. R,
OTFICS OF ESTERAL 8UFERUITXNDK3IT I
I Wilmington, N. C. Sept. 20. 1224 I
Change of Schedule,
AND AFTER SEPT.L21st, 1S4, THK
will be operated on wt
PASSENGER ' MAIL AND EXPRESS TBAIS
Dally except Sundays.
1 Leave Wilmington at........7 0JP
No.1. S Leave Raleigh at.. 7ZiK'
) Arrive at Charlotte at...t -. .70 A.
) Leave Charlotte-at. "F
No. S. J Arrive Raleigh at A.
I Arrive at Wilmington at-.-8.25 A.
Passenger Trains stop at regular ststtoni
only, andpolnts designated In the ComyuT
Time Table. r ,
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, -LilL
EXPRESS' AND FREIGHT.
I Leave Cnarlorte. Hp m
Arrive at Shelby.........1215 F TT
Trains No. 1 and 2 make close concec 1
Hamlet with R. A A. Trains to and from
el,hrough Sleeping Cars between Wllaia
and Charlotte andBaldgh and Chark.
Take Train No. 1 for Stotesrllle.
Western NCBB, AshevUle ana
Also, for 8partanbarg, Greenjllie. Athen-,
, m C. J0XE3
F. W. CJJLRK, General. Passenger Ageal
1 sept. 20 ;
AiutlcA properly flt
will find e crfot-t aon.fr.Tw
v rtcr,i ion lo "b "2' J
" : 'VrT Debility 'fi
iJJa and Thau- f
; . - cur.KihL,icY
- . w'i
feU -J g-
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