The Daily Review
1. ja;:l tut. .. I'rcp
WILMINGTON. N. C.
Tt ESI) AY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1879.
Entered at the PosToFFtCE at
Wilmington, N. C, as Second-Class
VIEVVt AND REV IEWS
In the past year there were sixty-eight
Bulcides in the ranks of the Italian army
said to Lave been caused by ennui irom
France, Germany, Italy, Austria, and
Sw t rerland have agreed that their em
bassies and consulates shall tend home
indigent persons ot their respective na-
tionalties at half the ordinary railway
A Siamese embassy is in London to
open tip a new line of connection between
India and China, which will shorten the
voyage by 800 miles, and, it is hoped,
increase the commerce. The digging of a
canal to connect the two rivers-which
traverse tha Malayan peninsula is their
1 be Farmer's Emigration Society is a
realitv in London. It sent a batch of
eighty men, with their families, to Tex
as the other day, an l it is organizing a
second and larger expedition. This fir&t
colony carried with it mortj than $150,-
000 in cash. This would give not far
from $2,000 to each emigrant.
Of late wild beasts have appeared in
unusual numbers in Russia In- one
month ten bears near Uurak jflf destroyed
seven horses, four cows, and several sheep,
and such annoyances have occurred in
other districts. Even in populous (Jiessa
the police were occupied in chasing a
wolf in the open streets.
Norfolk Ii use, London, where a sou
and heir haa just been born to the his'or
ic house of Howard, was the birthplace of
King George III. It is a vury large
mansion in St. James ' bquare, uext to
London House, the town residence of fhe
Bishop of London, who has Lord Derby
as his neighbor ou the other side. Forty
years ago St. James' 'square was almost
exclusively occupied by noblemen aud
millionaires: but now clubs have invaaed
its precincts, and a few public offices have
also crept in
A correspondent writing from Swi Zet
land says ; 'The peasants are getting in
their hay. The peasant ' woman hereabout
wor afield in a velv t corset and a straw
bat plentifully adorned by ribbons. She
looks an operatic hay maker. It is impose
sible to imagine that she is real. These
good people in the happy valley near In.
terlaken do not appear to feel that life is
especially serious ; they work a little, then
repose in the shade of the trees, watching
the throrgs of tourists go by, without ever
manifesting curiosity as to the comings
and goings , of the strangers. They ask
only to eat and drink well, to sleep well, to
die well, and tor know as little about the
outside world as possible. Perhaps they
Thirty years ago epaulettes were uni
versally worn in the army, but to a
smaller exitnt in Prussia and Austria than
in any other country in Europe. Up to
the time of the Crimean war the .British
army, both cavalry and infantry, except
the hussars and horse artillery, had epau
lettes of three varieties. Ofikers of cav
alry aud the line wore the ornament with
a substructure of close serried spirals ot
bullion; the liht infantry had wings,
which may he described as curved pent
house roofs projecting over the shoulders,
and ufficers in undress rejoiced in 'scales,'
which were simply the shoulder strap and
dUh of the epaulette without any sub
structure of bullion. The last display ou
a grand scale of British military epaulettes
took place at the funeral of the Duke o
Wellington in 1852, when the army wa3
represented by a'commissohed ollcer, a
sergeant, a corporal and a squad of prL
vates from every regiment in the service.
A strict observance of Sunday is being
urged in Germany, and is looked jia
with favor even by those who are church
goers. It is a social and economical ami
not a religious movement, and the end
desired is not a Sunday like that of Eug
land or America, but one ou which there
shall be rest and recreation for all and
particularly for the artisan and so-called
laboring classes, employers not to be per
mitted to exact work on that day except
incases of absolute necessity. Sunday
; in Germany has not been invested with
much of a sacred character. In the Cath
olic parts of the couutry all classes go t
-c'.iurch, but they spend the rest of.the day
lu dancing, beer drinking, and other vig
orous amusements. In the Protestant
actions they do not even go to church.
Tha houses of worship are few of ton not
more than one to - ch zen villages, and an
equally small pr portion in the cities
and the Small number there are, are ill
attended. At the same time there are
fewer offences against the public peace
than in church-going England,
The CcjnfedJrate I rizailiers hve
achievnl atjouV-r! Buhj-tantial v,icjtoryf one
which w-iil J e tut. tj make Ue N
York Tribune. ftn.1 the Cica'' -r-
Ocean gnaBh thr-Jr t -eth iujimpM-fent ne
This timeit was d'l 'about. Q.:ir. hnt il
lutrinus traveler nttt n led thCunu F reef
theex-F.'drr-il and ex Confederate o'dier
a. San Francisco, on sLturd.iy ri.'ht. .ijid
i f f i
received a hearty ovation ! while thrre
form the boys inf gra as well as the boys
in blue. Let .tie iltadical ' howlers score
one more victory Tori he Brigadiers.
A PAPAL ORGAN.
When the present Pope was , a cardi
nal he cherished the idea of publishing a
Catholic journal that should be; an or.au
for his church and tha could be read by
ail the people of Europe ind America fn
their mother language. Since his eleva
tion to the pontificate, he' has exerted
himsell to start, tms newspaper, and" now
ancourccs that its first number will be
issued next mnlh. It will be printed
in seven differeut languages; it wdl dis
cuss the political pad ecunomicar ques
tions of the day, and ukuiiy j represent
the opinions of the.IIol bee. i jThe com
positors are t6 be thf deaf land dumb
pupils in the tsySums of Rome !A!imonde
will be the general superintendent, and
the Pope is anxious that cardita
should be at the Head off the editorial de
partment. Toe rJovel' paper will strt
with 42.000 jsubscribers. Very few of
this number are Italians. ,
THE LATE, MAINE ELECTION.
A Washington despatch to the New
York World says a despatch icctiyed;
there from Portland ahnoinces l h at D iv
U needs from "2,000. pj 4 OoO votes to.
give him a majjorit' ovsr Gkieeloo aud
Smith. The IkepubliciiU min.gers are
distressed over the dews, and wisa, that!
the original" plan of, placing Htiene Hale
in nomiuatioG for Governor had been car
ried out. I' '
The nation of pltcjtig hirp in pDuiina
tiou was sugeted wijthj a vie.v of secur
ing was suggt? iiia vi.'iw of s'ecur ;
i i case the popiilarj vM shou'd fail to
elect, the Aasqnbly'icoul ac'udjin his and
D-i'vis' name for the S,maie to UecMe up !
o:i it. B'ainej.opoosed the sttesli-'n be
cause he. was Confident t'-iat Lpivi.- c--uid
carry the State, and afraid' that with
Hale iu the field. every ibinji 'ml . h; be lost
As it is if the despatch shW! le true,
either Smith's r Grcelh' iaroe must
be sent to -.he Senate wih Davis.' .Dr.
Garcelon was chosen' poveruor in ,that
way before,' and Ihe reported proclivities
of the Senate seem to indicate a proba
bility that he may serve knother term,
V -CHANCE FOR. US.
The Montieollof (Flotida) Consttirtw
ot the 5:h contains a letter from jTopeka,
Kansas, mining Inumerous inquires in
relation to that part of Floiida, written
at the rr q-;ost ;ofj a number j of citizens of
Kansas. i ne , writer, lor mmseii anu
rieuds, s'atv.s tlthey' intend to
South. Their cduutiy ispa "cold, open,
bleak prairie country,": and , "we have to
take almost nothing for what we aisehert-;
ten cents per bushel jbr oats, fif seen cents
for corn, etc. It requires all (we can make
in this country to pay axes aud buy wcod
to keep from freezing ta death. 1 .We are
fr.ize ud and idle five months in the vear."
lie then adds tlie fo;llowiii'g, Vf hch is sug
"There is one jther reason jl will men
tion influeuciLg Ud'io eiigiate. It is the
recent influx oi nr groejs , into Kansas. It
they continue to leave tLe iSouth in large
bodies, it will be the beat and happiest
event that has ever transpired, add will
prove a blessing to' jou Southern! people
They are the otily obstacle to white enii
gration to the Sjouth. The whke farmers
and laborers Of the North and East will
not come ia contact with the b!ac race ;
but let them 'eoidus," arid a constant
stream of immigrants will tiil up your in
viting country. V , ' 1 I
Here's a chance for our people. If the
Kansasians want to jmove anywhere, why
not to" North Carolina? Let those who
h-ve lands for sale see I if this is not the
opportunity they have long' desired.
A respectable elderly man icommitted
suicide by throwing himself before the
Northern Express tljfe other day in Eug
land. In his lodgings were found a very
curious model of a flying" machine, ird
uounced-by an expertjlj who had wasted
midnight oil oa jthe aerial irtystery, to
realize the most pro'taising theory of sky
ailing. There was also a locomotive
model, the workipg principle, of which
was electricity, with elaborate! notes for
its full construction. An attempt
solve ths problem of perpetual motion,
more ingenious thaa the screw cf
Archimedes, but, equally I futile, was
c-talogued. Tije'li tof mechanical at
tempts, too numerous to giVe, included
an improved safety lamp, an air gua in
tended to supersede! powder ' guns, and a
wonderfully clever contrivance capable
of being transformed info a feejl, a chair,
a table or a box, and f uaily serviceable
in either shape. Emperor! Napoleon
encouraged him, but his downfall Durst
him. Tne re
ics are his landlady's for
Gen. G rib,aldi has retuined to i - j
home in the island of Cape a to settle
for the remainder of his days. Bis health
during the trip from Rome was excellent,
but his general condition is one of great
feebleness, and it is thought that he can .
not l ve much longer. Lie has a cabbage
:irden on th island which he cherishes
very fit. My, but he can't work jt as
formerly, bt-ing fUt oi his back half the
time through rheumatism, and unable
ven to hoob'e about on crutches.
Sirah Bernhardt is the only woman on
record who ever got mad because' she was
told the ought to-get married. Boston
yw, :: I' :
Gen Schenck is very sick Detroit
Free Press, liaise it, Generall Bluff the
old hoy off! Don't pass in your checks
Bus ton Post, I - . 1
A New York bigamist performed the
difficult feat of living for several years
with two wives at two separate establish
ments, and ll jscoe Conkling should take
courage. Ph ladelphia Chronicle.:
In a circus at Palis, Illinois a suddenly
crazed young ltdy ran into the ring,
embraced the clown and declared that ho
must become lur huaband. The audi
euc said it was the first original j"ke
that they had heard iu a circus ring lor
moie thau twenty-five (years. Norr.
II. raid. j I
The B stou Tramci ipt calls upon the
Iidpub.ican old tiuard to come to the
trout. We would Triform the Republican
uid uuard. w ho were! in the rear a sut-
1 :r? and contractors during the war, that
ks the fighting ceased several years ago,
it will be perfectly safe lor them to do so.
Phila ' Chroti
Xot so fast, mv friend: if vou could sec
tbo s:rong healthy, blooming, men
i from' ledsof sickness, suffering and a1-
most death,, by the use of Hop BiLtert
you would s:i ''Giorious and invaluable
remcjdy.'"' bee another column.
c:aaagg-g4-gg samtaBmi. vuasM b--b
fe? i Ft
Fever and Ace 'is rsnst cT7?mon in the
sprin?, but mst -ev e'r e the fall and winter.
It is strictly a ma ariou diseas.-, and so sure
ly will the individual who adopt this pre
caution be exe-rpted from its pains and pen
alties Add to this its .alne as a--.stomachic
anl arti biilioijis aerent, ai d holwil1 yen
tare to tricsay it claims to the first place
among fauiiiy int-diciues.
For s le by ail Drugis-a and j respectab'e
Dealers generally. 1
sept 1-3 w. . I
NEW PIANOS $125
Each, and all styles, including Grand Square
and Upright, ah etricuy first class, sold at
the lowest net cash wbolebalb 'factobt
prices, direct to the purchases. These Pianof
made one of the finest displays at the Cen
tennial Exhibition, and were unanimously re
commended for the Highest Hosohs over
12,000 in use. Kegularly incorporated Man
ufacturing Co. Factory established over 3t'
years. The Square Grande contain Mathu
shek's new patent Duplex Oventrung Scale,
the jjreateat improvement in the history or
Piano making. 1 he Uprights are the finest
in America. Pianos sent on trial. Don't
fail to write for Illustrated and Descriptive
catalogue of 48 page mailed free. 1
' MENDELJSdOllN PIANO CO.,
apl 7-6m 21 East lth street, Y
I WILmNGTON, N. d
F- A- CCnUTTE,, Prop.
rpHE COMMERCIAL, formerly the '!-
PliiE HOUr3E",havlng been thoroughly Tin
" '': i (
ovated and refitted is now one of the leadlrg
first-class Hotels in the city. The table ia
supplitd with the beat our ' home and north-
ern markets affords. j
Board per Day $2 and $2 0
j 'Sfir Lrg riample Kooms for the Com
mercial trade. j
A First-Class Bar and Billiard Hall
connected with thia IloteL
.- FREK LONCH daily from 11 A. ii.
to 12.30 P. M. i
iuly 19- 1
A VEt in your own
town, and no capital risked-
Fou can give the bu
siness a trial without expense. The best
opportunity ever offered for those -willing to
work:. Yeu should I try nothi: g else until
vou see for yourself what you can do at the
business we offeri No room to explain
here. You can devote all your time or only
your spare time to Ue business, and make
great pay for every hour that you work.
Women make as much as pien, , Send for
special private terms and particulars, which
we mail free. Out.fi. free. Don't com
plain of bard times while you have such a
chance. Address II. HALLETT & CO
THAT DESIRABLE RE81DENCS
,1.. , . ' '-:L Wi
on l uira sirtei, u.e, ie; ";
occupied by Col. J8. Q. "u r.
i Apply o , j
, Root 24 R- LAXfJDOV.
rpHE. ENTIRE TF?IHD Floorof the
i Ma chison Building, situated on
Front Street, next North of the Bank JiiSL
of New Hanover. Esfecil)y suitable as "a
Hall or for Club DUroos?s. Apply to
. dJ Deforest,
or OILEb MDiiCHiaOS.
j For Rent.
THAT DESIRABLE 8TURE, ,
also HALL oa third & or, new
ly ntted up, corner MarKet ana
8uth Water Streets from ihd 1st
of October Apply to
gept 11 tf H B. fILERS.
pOR RP-NT THAT VERY ,
desirable store on Market Street. tTT-
- I . S 5. .
cccuriel by Mr Thos. H. flcwey,
aa a 8ho8 Store. The cheapest Store on the
Btreet. Apvly to THE McKOY'S.
eept 10 if j
JROfcl 1st October that desira
ble STORK, No. 45 North Frcnt
Street, at prefect occupied by So.
r-xpress Company. Apply to
1 aept 23 lw D. A. 8iIITH CO..
rpHE ELEGANT RESIDENCE
on corner cf Third and Walmit sts-,
i ec.ntly occupied byt Wm. Calder, Fe'tj.
P.'83eesion giv. n Uctober 1st, . ' 'I
sept 3' t
i J. F. (JARRELL.
TORE HOUSE AND DWEL-
I fVf3 tn lor rm RrnnaTnlr nnrl 1
Seventh streets, in peifoctj cder. Tosses
si'.n given immediafelvL '
A!s , ihre No. 1 Fro t- llontus to let J -t
he First National Bar.k 'old building, coi
Tie" F-'ont and Piincess-sfree s. j--
For particulars ''pp.y to
spptl 15 tOl SOL. I'.E A R & BilOS.
Mew Boot and
2 MABKET STREET.
rpO MY FRIENDS AND Patrons :
1 , f
Thankfd for past favor?, I will in- f f$Ji
form them that ? hv juat returned fr-' m tLe
1 ' ii
orth, where I hn.vs visited a'l ths celebra
ted markeis fur Bo ts and j Shoes.
' 1 ! '
I am d"termjed t sell a good shoe for a
lowj price, sHchj as you never bought in
th;s market before. All I ask is a cs.ll and a
My 8t ci is now ar;iyirg wi;h every t ai
nd cannot be excelled by ant in the c'ty.
hespectfully, ' . ,
I Meats. , Meats,
5Q Bbls Mesa Pork,
20 Boxe8 White 8tripp'
Q Boxes D S Shoulders,
Boxes Cheap Breasts, i
15 Tcs Cheap Ham? . j
j At low pricee by I
Hall . Pearsali.
sept '-6 j ' '-
Y B. HODERSON A tj J., Product
Dealers and Commission Merchants, bave re
moved from Front street, to the store recent
ly occupied by J. W. Alderman Co., c -r
ner Chestnut and Water street.
aug 13 I . : I I '.
llcad quarters for ALv
Lager Beer and Porter.
ro. 5 .arct ctree
I 1 . J !
CAN FUBjlISH TOD WITH! THE BLIsl
' J -s ' !
Ale, Lager Beer and Porter, both keg and
bottlei, in the city. I
Country orderi promptly attends 1 y.
gTEAM YACHT ELIZA
BETH, CapL D.W.Cliadiric-,
carrying United States Mail. Leave wharf
i . it
foot of Market street daily 4 except tandayai
at 3 P. M. I Returning, Uave ScuthTille
at 6K A. M B. P. PADDlSOiif,
eptfi t ' Agent.
3 I SOLD BY w W&IJS If 4 irV. wT.iJv,-.. f
r ) i. .-W " vf.NUA,r ...... cuUl"'
FOR PARTICULARS 0" ADDRESS! J1
Wc'aiherlms been too liol
ivir People lo Head
BULL LINE OF
. ' .
JUST RECEIVED AT i
8500 Be ward!
For a Cigar at the sjame price that
1 S2oO -tewaid I
FOB ONE THAT BEATS OUB
S100 Reward !
For an all-tobacco Cigarette, of
same f,tyle,-. finish and quality,
! that can ,be sold as low as our
Rose and Xilly
ONLY 19 DOLLARS !
; jPENNSYLYANXj I '
Eiul to any hittcer in the Market !
The above cut represents the most popular
Styie for the pe ple. which - offer you fcr
the vry low- price 6f lt, in luomg attacLj
ments. JBtr- ifctemenuber,1 wed not ak you
to par until you have feen the mach ne. 1li.
After having eiamiaed it. if it id cot a!l we
rf present, re urn it ) to us at our expetf?.
CnFu'jt your inferests and order! at once. If
you IiVe within seven I hundred miles the
freight wi 1 not b. ino e thai one dollar.
! AdJress', '
FeiiisylTania rSewim MailnellCo,,
ZI7 14. lOth Street,
I I Philadelphia, Pa.
aug 23-wtf I
J ' ' i '"' ,-
j 4 1
r THE. AKE GOOD
ment just receive! thia mortiag. It's cold
aough naw fa hot Whiicey ana fa: Ojeterf,
Fre L-nc eiery day at 11 o'clock.
UFE IN A BJTTLeTI
The Most ValuMe Medical'rJ '
ery Known to the ivor'd
' rire Use for Qainind, fj,p 0
or Mineral ' PoisoEHLif;
Blood, Strength for thl Se
and Health for AIL , n
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE l-nLl(;
Belierinf: that by cleansincr t. wl
building up the .consutution wtf f f
wv ot bai hiDg airewe'and beiEl? t,'
with wekne of the luring, . ctvh
much broken down in conatituUoa a. T'
tter trid tbebert physician hL j''
out my inmev lor mtuj icds 0f m -tt-1
advertised without Hading rmtnt
1 b.tfan doctoring !mJeeif, uglnz
mad from roots and herba. 1 fort
uncovered a wonderful bitten or 'll'-'
Clsanser.tlie Jirc't bottle of which - ' ;
riant cure; Iviulrrrlrnm .....l' r"a
, ' v.tlrrIi jj
hACRiriA atPfincr und mnrH v,..; .
7C Z . " IT T - aue to r
diBCOveiy in meuiaiiie, I prepdi qU-v
wonderful cures of all ditea-eu cajwl tr f
humors or ncrofila in the) blood, Imrni(W
Bad Stomach, Weakesi, hidaej 0
Torpid Liver, Ac , c. Tne nwf(1f '
discovery in tLia way spread fro-n one peri.',
to anotntr until I touu.i myself called ti '
to supply ratiepta with me licit e'lr D
wide, aiii I w-a induced to establish ilit
Atory for coir. po :cug ancbottlicg tht.
Hitters in lare quaniities, aud 1 ntr i ;-j
al' my time to this basiness.l
I I Was "a first backward in preeentin. eia
myself or discovery ia thii wy tulhep i
nut being a patent me'd ciLe" mat .ma tii.i
small capital," bat I am gkting brirtj ifj
that, oince 1 riret advertistd ' tLis.tneicisj
1 have been crowded witn orders from int.
gists and country dealers, and the hnndreL
ut" letters I have.receive! from pergonicuj
prove the fact that no rt-medyr eyer did1 r
ucb good in so short atiend bd sosoct
Bucce8'aa. the llooi Kitttrs. In fact, 1 u
convinced that they will Boon lake t,he ',t4
o all other medicares in use. : ea it o
hundred retail druggiti,,rigt here atlhJw
in Cleveland, now sell Koct blt,.e',..j cf
whom have already sold over one otuj
bottles. . , ,'' .
Koot Bitters are strictly a mecScM rrer
ationi Kuch as was used in the gfod oi cv.
ofouf forefathers, when people reenrti
by some simple root or -plant,) and bci
calomel and other pjoiaots of lit mikert
sijjgdoro vre unknown. .j
1 hy ac" etr"ngly.on tt liver rd kidaMi,
svet-p the boweia regular and build opt!
nervous system. hey. pcJttra'e eleri m
of the body, searching ut every terr?,
bone and tissue from the held to vt ft,
cleannUig and strengthening the fo!h
springs of life, hence they1 mut' ititht.
diseases by purineatio'n and nurirhaer'.
No m tter v-hat your fee:ings r f vapni
are,-wh it the disease or ailment i.s,'n:e t
Bitteps Dt)n'r waituntil yoti a-'tj ,'icr, trt
if you only leel bad or1 missrali e, ieri
Bitters ai once. . It may fave yod,r i f 4-
Thouiian vi of persons in ail par.i Jf i
ountry are klready a?ing hoot iptei
They have saved many lire3 of CLxari
who l a1 ' een given up by. friends yj pbi
cians todie, and have permanecUT care
many old chronic c.ses of Catarrk, -cifis
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and rkin L'iJ'l
where ail other treatments hadfa led.
50a troubled wlth sick headache, ctiw4e)
dizziness, weakness; bad taste-in the mi;tk,
uervou?ne("e,antt,tToken down in con?tirati"!
You wif be cured if you take liwiwya
Have von humors and. niuales od v? u: ucj
or skin? Nothing will, give joa ucS?
health, strength, and beauty! ai K(Kit &
,. J T '
-.gguI know that jeil-u? phyrc'aw u
crj Lumbug because niy djscovery-crei -
many .of ihei; patients, b t 1 care i.ot
now my desire ar-d" d-tf-rmioat'on to p.
my Ro it Bitters &i fast a p. .s- DleVitbiau
reach of all those tutieHng ttyoujriout t
votM fold by ..wL-olesaleand retail o"t'
istsa.d country irii'chanf, orient, bj
press on i oC?ipt oTlprice. $1 00 per bf e
six bo tie.- $5.00.1 IFor certitictea ?f f J
derful cu t,fee mivl large ci.ca a-'aro
each b-.tt!e of iedfciue. 'td ai.dja'-ge,J
yourself.' j i ' , , L
AsV your ruggi-t or mercb-t
FRAZ1 iK'ri KOJi illTTlih th r
ilood C'I-an3e ,aud take lo subsal-o-r,
ecomaund beca-. he mre larPf
G. YT. PiiMZbit, nUcoverer. J
1 333 irinpoiior tt., l'ct 'ULV
For sale by J
C. Munds ar.d 1. Dafrr
trice- the highest recot aeadauct
1 , . 1
tie country. Wii wori eheap -di"e''
rt i' 1 1 .---.,
' and Vegetable
fN PTOI? AND TO AKHIJ.- JUj
I feXTRA SELEC ' ED UVTCUS
A Varietv of Ap.lesFoUt es, 'Iw
bige, Butter, Cheese, Ac. Kor a.j
sept 25-tf Corner thesnutAJ
Houses and JStores io;
j APPLY TO
ttorrteys and Counsellors'
Office NorthWiie Market bt, W
. .1 . . i "'
U5T RECEIVED FROJ.TA
; 1 i k'-
large ortuienl v
; j ' L
r T?TTTVTTT!712. which
t fiUi Bargains. Call and
inn mini KKverr nnin ann -
. , , . V "rMre0altir.
gained over thirty pound in Weihl
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Portland, Maine june T-d&w.
sept 46 ' 1
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