The Daily Review,
JU3U. T. JAMES. Editor & irop.
WILiilXGTON. K. a
SATURDAY. MARCH 10. 1883.
Watered at the Poelofflce at Wilmington. N. C,
as second-cUss matter.
Judge Black is said to have a quaint
and peculiar status with the United
States Supreme Cyoart. 'Once recent
ly," aays a correspondent. "those pass
in z the Supreme Court-room door heard
the old lion roaring, and presently this
r sentence loomed out into the corridor :
Gird up your loins, Mr. Attorney
General, and answer mo like a man !
,-Tbe Attorney-General, not having the
trherewith to answer him, quaked in
his shoes, and the Judges sat bolt up-
rteht electrified by the leonine voice.
"while the audience looked reverentially
at Saul among the prophets."
. From the eighteent h annual report qf
the trustees of the Peabody bequests in
London it appears that 7,829 rooms
occupied by 14,604 persons, have been
provided for thelaborers of the metrop
olis, and that 33 ( blocks containing 1,885
rooms will be opened during thepreseut
year. The vital- statistics of the Pea
body buildings are striking. The birth
rate for the pastyear was 45.04 per
, 1.000. which is 10.74 per 1,000 higher
than that ot all London for the same
period The death rale was 18.42 per
1,000. which is 2.98 per 1.000 lower than
London. The -infant mortality was
137 41 in each 1,000 birtns. or 13.59 per
1,000 below that of London.
According to the Philadelphia Times
the Bessemer steel makers of tbo court-V-iry-re-now
threatened with a new
T teril. -Within a lew days, a trial of
paper rails will be made on a promi
sent Western trunk line, the issue of
which will be .watched with intereet
The pulp, of which the rails are entirely
composed, is,' by pressure, made as
'solid as metal and much more durable,
while the safety thus obtained is multi-
plied by atmospheric changes that com
prise the main drawback to steel. Be
sides this, the cost of manufacture is
so much less as to promise universal
adoption in the event that the tet proves
to the expectations of those who have
undertaken the matter. Thus (be trou
bles of the Bessemer steel masters, be
gun In the report of the Tariff Commis
sion, continued in the votes of the House
and Senate reducing the tariff, are mul
tiplied from another and more danger
ous source, y
Mr. frank wuicerson, a correspon
dent of the New York Sun, who for
several months has been misrepresent
ing the South and calumniating her
people through the columns of that pa'
per. Is very properly and felicitously
rebuked in the following, from the
New York World:
According to a not very intelligent
contraband now. parading up and down
toe southern b tales and wntinsr letters
toiour esteemed contemporary the Sun,
Southerners are in the habit of making
. we remark tnat all the decent men in
the North are Republicans. Robeson,
Keifer and company having a little Ids-
ure just aooui ims time, are preparing
to pass the summer in the bouth on the
sirenrin ox this report, ana it seem 8
proper to warn deluded mortals in that
part of tho country W put their houses
in order and see that movable property
is secured before the arrival' of these
decent men." After their visit has
been Daid there; will bo a sinsralar oon
currence ofopirrion to the effect that it
. was the only thing they paid, that the
Wiggins' storm considered as a de
stryer of the values, was nowhere in
. comparison with these typical "decent
oen" of moral ideas.
v. Ex-Speaker Keifer is a dead duck, i
Ter there was' one. Schuyler Colfax s
tAA onlr'min n! thf wmntrv whn hoa
Ter stepped do wa and out from a par
liamentary position more to the zratifl.
cation of his party friends as well as his
opponents. As an evidence of this fact
kear what the Philadelphia Press, in
- tenaely Republican, has to say :
S sJ veer goes om as ne carae in a sur
prise to Congress and country Every
one supposed that even the deeds of his
coarse natures .were exhausted in the
orgies of impropriety made public last
year, bat, like certain malodorous ani
mal, his army of bellieerentgression
contained a more iduu shaft to cover
hla rrtreaL First, his rancor. Ion
. nursed toward Xhe press of this country.
MiM iu iijunicsa ; iiinsiiin tn me
f allery set aide fr corresponden's. T
a courteous remonstrance he responded
with the ribald profanity of a common
- - scold and the incoherence of an in-bri
ale. Faithful to hi3 shameless record
, of appropriating his public funct:ons to
personal end, he selected the last-hours
7 of the session tv oast a faithful sient-
f r! ntnnl.Hff t..& . n C . . tZ
"I'j'iaii linn uj oil lilt llt-
( cient and superduoun olBcehokier of his
own family, whu will tlraw $4,000 pay
. without a stroke (f work before the
- next ses.-Ion ; and yet there are cn-du-loos
Bosses who wonder at the pheno
. Ciena of latt-fall's elections. Take
Keifer from .he party and the party re
. Ex-Got. Sprague, of Rhode Island,
has been qnite 'successful in revolution
" in; himself (If such a phrase - may be
used) and is now in a fair wayto rev
olutionize the State. In tjie personal
rerolution he has conquered his great
enemy intoxicating liquors, has obtain
ed a divorce frbmhls first wife, so that
Jks.BQ loader iores as Kato Chase's
t:bird,aad has, withla the past few
days, taken to himself another wife in
the person of a Virginia lady of culture,
refinement and social j worth, in whose
society it may safely bo anticipated his
domestic life may bo made better, purer
and holier than it has been in the years
that have past,
In his, efforts to revolutionize the
State he has announced himself as. an
independent candidate! for Gofernor on
a "Iree suffrage" platform -and has
greatly" alarmed many of the leading
political public men there, who seethe
popularity of this new movement and
its probable success under the
leadership of the "War Governor" ot
the Sure. Fully twenty-five per cent of
the people of voting age in Rhode Island
am denrived of the privilege of the
ballot on account of the present requisite
property qualification, and upon a ' free
suffrage" platform, as an .independent
candidate, he will probably receive a
large vote than he would were he to be
the regular candidate of either political
party. Of course, no Democrat has a
ghost of a chance oi election "in that
State, and with Er Governor Spragne
in the field on a platform which will be
immensely popular with: the j masses.
many of the members of that party will
cant their votes for him, hoping thereby
to achieve party success in the future.
Wells' Health Renewer" restores
health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Im
potence, bexual Debility. 1.
There is a young man in Cincinna i
who is death on obituary heard lines.
He has perpetrated his own fame and
that of his paper in the following head
lines to its dispatches announcing the
adjournment of Congress: !
BEYOND ALL FEAR OK RESURRECTION
WITH ALL ITS CORRUPTION AN I ITS SIN
UPON IT3 HEAD. j
WITHOUT EVEN THE ft RACE TO REPENT
U1MN ITS DEATH-BED
AND MAT THE LOU HAVE MERCTj UPON
ITS ALLEGED SOUL!
NO ACT OF ITS L KE BECAME IT LIKE
THE LEAVING OF IT. ,
UNLOVELY IN LIFE. IT IS UNHONORKD
AND UNWEPT IN DEATH.
THE HOUSE DIES DEADLOCKED IN THE
EMBRACE i F A SOUTH I CAROLINA
AND ITS SEVENTEEN LAST HOURS ABE
SPENT IN THE EFFORT TO PENE
TRATE A. TEN THOUSAND
The report that winter wheat through
out Central lllmois has been jwmter
killed is denied. '
The St. G'othard railrway is a finan
cial success. The profits since last.
.Juno, when the line was opened, have
I hope," said the Boston mother,
"my little daughter will j forgive the
naushty girl who struck her." Oh, yes"
said the six-year-old promptly, 'I will,
mama, if I don't catch her."
The peanut crop of Tennessee last
year is estimated ai 350.000 bushels.
Virginia raised 1,500.000 bushels, and
Xorth Carolina 150,000 bushels. The
price ranges from $1,20 to $1,75 per
The cause of the woman Buffraxists
makes slow progress,
setts Legislature has
rejected the bill
granting women the ;nght to vote at
municipal elections by a vote of 137 to
60, a much larger m:yority agaiust it
than all former years, i, j
A novel means of solving the question
of woman suffrage has been suggested
to the Kansas legislature; nothing less,
in fact, than that the matter be submitt
ed to a vote ol the women themselves.
Opponents of an extension oi! suffrage
are conddent that a test of this sort
would develop an overwhelming majori
ty against the enfrachisement of women
Mr. Henry C Pool, Newbern. N. C ,
says: "I received great benefit from
Brown's Iron Butters in general debili-
The New York Commercial Advertise
er suddenly remarks that: "Tne man
who bangs tus hair hasfrt enough sense
u oiow out nis urains, even a nc pos-
sessea any." i
High sugar-coated: A New York
divorce lawyer s advertisement reads;
'Hymeneal incompatibilities 1
cially, carefully ailjusted. 'Ti
as a spe
to detain the hand alter the heart hath
A Pennsylvania p3rT tells of a fam-
iiy wmcn nas oeen poisoned by eating
pie containing arsenic. It seems like a
work of superrogation to put! arsenic
in pie. a pie that can not kill a fanii
iv witnoui neip 01 arsenic is a verv
weak pio indeed. Burlington Hawk-'
An African traveler rives a thrill in 2
which envelps a person with its
branches and strangles I him to death.
rrhe nearest approach.we have t in this
lonuntry to a-vegetable vampire is the
uu ucw. vruu himi lives upoa l OUI-
er. Aornstotcn Herald.
II you are Kuined
in health from any cause, especially
1 mm the use of any of the thousand
nostrums that prmui-t; so lamely with
I ;...:. r ... .
's uL-umiua wsiiuioBiais.nave noiear.
I ...vat --.. s.
tveson u nop oiuers at once, ana in a
short time yu will have the most ro
boa and blooming health. '-
One lawyer in Des Moins. Iowa, has
puitnrougn l9 divorce cases within a
year. The fare i Des Mines is abdot
seven dollars. Chicago Tribune.
cak uaps. spic ing 01 Diooa, con
sumption, and kindred affections, cured
1. 1 . 1 ...
wnuoui pnysician. r Aaaress ior . trea
Use. with two stamDS. World's Disivn
sary ledical AaodaUoxx, - BafSUo N H
. . v - - ; watot.
Keal Dow is not hopeful of any -tern-!
perance -legislation by the- present
i Spcretarv Lincoln sava none of the
river and harbor works will suffer bv
the failure of the river and harbor bill
Governor Ireland, of Texas, announ
ces that the city of San Antonio . will
hereafter care for-the historic. Alamo
property. I -'T '
A corresDondent of the New York
Sun says that Michael DavitC now in
Kilmamham, is the mysterious 'Num
ber One." - : , : . i i - .
Han lan confirms the statement iLBat
he is to row Kennedy a three-mile race
at Point of i'lnes, near Boston, on
Decoration Day, high water, for a purse
af $1,000. - . - : x
Col. Tom Ochiltree is rather nnfortn
nate. Treasurer Gilfillan says he shall
not Dav him a cent, until his accounts i
with the government as marshal of
Texas are settled. - j '
Hortense Schneider is said to be tired
of married life, and seeking to regain
her freedom. The plain coronet .of fhe
Oonntees de Bionne does not 1 suit iier
as well as did her glories as - Grand
Duchesse f Gerolstein;
Senator Aldnch. at the rawest of
Senator Morrill, of the Senate, finance
committee, has procured a statement,
as near as can be shown, of the reduc
tion of revenue from the sugar -trnr,
under the new tariff bill. The ; reduce
tion. according to Aldrich's figures, will
not be much more than 4 000 000.
The Dnke of Newcastle, who. was
lately in Philadelphia, is now staying in
Florida, and in the spring he i is - going
to the Western States and San Francis
co. He mav possibly return bxme by
way of India. It is expected the Duke
wi 1 make Clumber Park his permanent
residence when he comes of aire. Tiiisi
bfautiiul place has not bcen regularly
innabited by its owners since the death
of the famous Tory Duke in 1850. ' the
great-grandtather of the present pcer."'
Mr. Robert P. Porter writes from
the Knslinh manufacturing city ol
Bradford that coffee-houses there vie
sucwsstuity witn tue gin wiops in lavish
display of gilt letters, glaring lights,
stained glass and polished brass, and
that a frank publican said to him:
"The coffee Vmses is plavinz the
with our trade, sir.1 One striking
result of the coffee house work is ap
parent in the fact that the ' number of
arrests for drunkenness in Bradford
was 1.053 in 1875. but had fallen to 346
Best ever made, Emory's Little Ca
thartic Pill, pleasant to take, sugar
coated; no griping; only 15 cents a box
ol Druggists or by mail. Standard Cme
Co., 114 Nassau Street, New York.
Brought into Competition witii
the World, the Best Carries!
ofTthe Honors. 1
At tb jrreat Octennial exhibition of 1876,
the leading prodacta of all the branches of the
World'ajindu&try were sssombled at Phlla
delpala. To carry off a price la the face of
that tremendonB'oompetltknt was a task ot no
ordlnarytdlfflculty. Inventions and prepara
tions for the alleviation ot pain and the cure
of disease were pressnt In the frreatet possi
ble variety, representing the skill and the pro
foundest study of the age, -and It may be of
vital Importance to ytro, personally, to ! now
that the highest and the only medal gtver to
rubber Porus plasters, was awarded to the
manufacturers of BES801T8 CAPCIXE PO
RUS PLASTER, by the following Jury:
Dr, WM. BOTII, Surgeon-General, Prussian
j: IL THOMPSON, A. M., M. D., Washing.
ton, D. C
C. B. WHITE, M. D.. Kw Orleans,
ERNEST IXEIBCH, M. D., Aostrla.
j The decision was afterwards confirmed by
the medical jury at the last Paris Exposition.
Knowing the value of such high and unbiased
testimony, the medical profession, both In the
United States and In .Europe, quickly threw
aside the old, slow-acting plasters they had
been using, and adopted Benson's .In their
regu'ar practice. That physicians and enr-
goons of the broadest reputations did this, dis
tinctly proves the Intrinsic merit of the article.
It Is no more than Just to add that tho aver
age phjelcl n of to-d ty is not dominated by
toe prejudices which ; retarded the progress
and modified the suoooases of his prede
cessors of not more than twenty-five years ago.
He accepts hints from all quarters andn dors
es ana adopts demonstrated healing agents
wherever be finds theav- '. V;
The right of Boueou'a GriijroTis Pits
ter lo frtand at the head of all external appli
cations whaUoeTor, for the mitigation er cure
of piiscase, Is no longer questioned.
' Let the purchaser, however, be on his guard
against Imitations. The genulna has the word
UAPCINE cot la ttaatai)3 :i
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peopls are always on
the lookout for diaa
ezs t lacreaae their
earnings, and tn tima
become wealthy; those who rdo not Imyrors
their opportunities remain In poverty. We of
fer a great ch nee to make money. We warn
many men. women, bora and drli to work for
ns rlrttn their owm locallaa. .Anv ana natt
do thev, i3rk property from tha Cm start.. Tn
Dusiness wui pay more inan tea times crcu-
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No one Who enrages falls to make none, raiv,
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ail these diseases. .
Boston, November xS3t.
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Gentlemen : For years I have
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everything which was recommend-
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friend, who had been benefitted by
Bowws Ixom Bitters, I tried a
bottk, with most rurprUing results.
Previous to Uking Brown's Ikox
Brmu, everything I ate distressed
me, and I suffered greatly from a
burning sensation in the stomach,
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troubles are at an end. Can eat any
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BROWN'S IRON BIT
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removing all dyspeptic
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teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Druggists. ,
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See that all Iron Bitters are made by
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We will send free by mall a ! sample set of
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' Price List,-
4 Piano, 7 oct, square, rosewood.
carved, asrraffe.'.t .........t:ii
7 Plano,upright,7oct.,cal)liietpBd 13
organ....; ... Ii
Organ, 6 gets reeds. Is stops, oodd- -
ler, sub-bass....... 5J
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Un cremona model, extra 11m-.
4 Aecordeon, Id keys, b&u box. Am
6 Aecordeon, 6 ' keys, 1 stop, Sseta
- reeds.perfect.. ..........
Mouth Organs, Visnas concert, U
' 8 Mouth OrgaM,' "Genuine filchter 10
II Mouth Organs. Genxilns Concert
i double 24 hole8,Os.......J
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin, keyi,
borwoodJ ..... ........
17 Fife, in ebony, German silve feralw
16 Music Box, 1 tune, crank, flne...w.
19 , & tunes, wind with lercr
20 Vloloncello.l patent, machine lm
I - 'Strings "V"
24 Guitar, maple, inchlne be4,JM
' " finish....
27 Banjo, 10 inch, 4 brass bracket...?.
. 28 Cornet, braes cornopeon style,
- -f and crooks....
30 Drum, brassy Prussian, oniiKtt
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo Swap,
Sliver VlollnTonitaV and Banjo Stxten,
i H Bros
3 led Violin, Guitar and Banjo Stwn
' H Bros...
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Hulbert Bros.,ls the only General
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