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The Daily Review.
JOSH. T. -JAMES. Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
TUESDAY. MARCH 131883.
Entered at tbe Fostoffice at Wilmington. N. C
as eecond-claas matter.
There are 100,000.000 acres held by,
tho land grant roads on which they
evade the payment of any taxes by the
derice of earyeyin: and selecting land
only as it is sold, piece by pjece. This
they are enabled to do by a decision of
' the Supreme Court, that a railroad
should not be taxed on its lands antil a
patent has been issued tp it. The law
iorbids the Issue ot a patent until the
corporation has paid the cost of survey.
But the Supreme Court holds that an
individual can be taxed before a patent
.has-been issued to him. -
Statistics show that the growth of the
Roman Catholic Church in English
speaking countries is constantly on the
increase. The number of Catholics iu
tho British Empire and tho United
States is 16,000.000 souls, with 195 bish
ops, 15.000 priests and 13,000 churches
In Great Britain, exclusive of Irelamd
the Roman Catholic statistics for the
years 1810 and 1880 compare as f!
lows: Churches. 522 in 1810 to 1,461 in
1880: colleges and schools, 40 to S14;
clergy. 614 to, 2.282; laity. 519,500 t
1,384.000. At present the Roman Catb
olic populatiofti in Great Britain havt
one church oc. convent to every 45 squan
miles as compared wit 162 square miles
in 1840., . ..
Louisville Courier-Journal: No tar
iff law enactd in this country was evui
passed like the new law. itie House
of Representatives let the Senate nngi
nate its provisions, ana the bill was
whipped through the House without
discussion or amendment. Even in
: 1804 the Tana Ism was discussed two
days in the House, This time the Sen
ate galloped its own measure over tha
House, although, being a money bill
the measure should have originated in
the House. The conference committee,
so-called, was a packed body. The
greater portion of the reduction accom
plished by the bill affects' the internal
revenue, the tobacco tax being reduced
one half and taxes on checks, matches,
bank capital, etc., being abolished. The
bill only reduces tariff taxation a little
oyer $20,000,000, of which $12,000,009
comes off of sugar alono.
morning and afternoon, and throusbeu
the evening nntil 11 o'clock, when tbe
buiidtnz will be: closed. 4 This plan is
exDected. to necessitate the outlay ol
about $2,00(7.000. :
A man ont West, being found dead ia
" 1 1. ...I. . I V . Z nll
the theory of suicide, and promptly re
turned a verdict that I it was a case of
death through inexperience. ,
Fate'often takes very degrading means
to work its ends. - A carbuncle on thW
neck deprived Conirressman Abram
8. Hewitt of a chance to. achieve fame
in tne tann aeoaie a euojecs wnicn
had been a special study of his for years.
The bill pending in the Maine Legisla
ture to restore capital punishment nai
been amended so . a&, to require two
judges to sit durinz murder trials. 1 and
prohibiting the execution of condemned
prisoners within a shorter period than
one year alter ineir conriction.
The statues in the capitol at Washing
ton are to be protected from relic hun
ters by spiked iron railings. The fath
erof.his country is minus a toe. and
Roger Williams has lost a little finger,
while an Indian woman, in the Colum
bus group, has uot got a finger leit on
her right hand. i I
During his visit to Arkansas, last
week to look after his railroad interest
there. Mr. Henry G. Marqumd. ol
New York, gave to the city of Littl-
Kock the sum of $50,000, as ihe nucleus
oi a mud for establismnir a public libra
ry aira reading room, to which he also
promised to send collections of book
trom time to time.
Army officers are greatly exercised
over a clause that, unnoticed by them
i;rept into the army appropriation I ill
Itives the President authority to ap
point a civilian to any -staff position in
tho army, except in the pay corps.
Quartermaster General Inals say."
mat under that provision the Presi
dent could appoint a civilian to the po
sition of quartermaster -general when
ho (lagalls) was retired. !
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Catarrh of tiie Utatlder.
Stinging irritation,1 inflamation. all
Kidney and Urinary Complains, cured
cy "Uuchu-paiba." Jl.
and died soon
- A delegation of twenty four Mormon
missionaries arrived at St. Louis the
other day on their way South to enga e
in "evangelistic" work. The leader ol
the gang, in.reply to the enquiry of arc
porter, stated that it was their intention
to go the thirteen Southern States and
labor to make converts. They will
make their headquarters in Chatta
nooga, Tenn., It being their intention to
. take the places of evangelists now at
work in the section referred to, who
desire to return to their homes and
families. According to the rules of the
church, evangelists who go into strange
fields to labor are required ta serve
eighteen months, after which time their
places are filled by new recruits. There
are at present sixty elders in the South
ern States who have their headquarters
at Chattanooga. There .aro also mis
sionaries In Ohio, Indiana and in other
Mathew Arnold is coming hither cm a
lecture tour next fall. ! I
Simon Cameron, who will be eighty-
lour years of age on Thursday next,'
tears not Wigin$rs. but will start that
day tor California in his own car, tak
ing with him Mr. ! Dana, ot the New
I ork Sun.
Peirirv Miller, eizht vears okl. ' who
has been part of "Lena1 with Joe Em
mett in "Fritz." is dead. She fainted
while on the Novelty Theatre stage, at
Wiiliamstmri?, si. x
Tho New York World said that Whr
nins was not risking much in predict
ing a great storm tor March, as the nle
ot that paper show that there have been
severe storms on that ; day in eight ot
the last ten years. j "
Mr. William Pitt Kellogg ha left
thex Senate, but will appear in the
House next session to divide with Chat
tilers the leadership of the Southern Re
publican contingent,1 syiih which Sec
retary Chandler has so notably recruit
ed his party strength. I
Three" snowed-under Congressmen.
f whom the President has taken care i ot
as registers or land offices Darrell
of Louisiana, whose location will be at
-Ncv Orleans; .Williams, of Wisconsin,
at Watertown, I). T , and Jorgensen,
ot Virginia, at Walla Walla, W. T.,
What Seven Could not do.
Nashville. Tenn., April 6, 1881.
HH Warner & Co.: Sirs-Seven
physicians couUl not dofor me what i
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure ac
complished. Hopelessly sick with kid
ney diseases, it restored nie to perfect
That is what, a crreat
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sore . remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this By rapid
and -thorough assimilation
with the blood" purifies "and
enriches it, and rich, strong
hlood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
strength. ' - I " :
This is why j Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and - liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsiaj mala
ria, intermittent fevers,. &c.
303 S. Paca St.,' Baltimore.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia,- and for several
weeks could eat nothng' and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am hapy to say
I now nave a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only - preparation of Iron
that causes ho injurious. ef
fects. Get the j genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
taeh 12 Iw
Lady Frederick Cavendish is evident
ly a woman of rare nobility of soul
Since the thrilling disclosures were
, made in the Dublin Park murder cases
she has written a letter, in which the
death of her husband is referred to -in
-V 1 PL. t- " I 1 1 I
lOucning worus. one nau ueuu a.saeu
by a clergyman for permission to dedi
cate to her a sermon of his on the
- tragedy, and sho writes that she hopes,
before sending tho sermon to the prin-
ters. he will look carefully through it to
sceif it contains any expression - of
desire for vengeance." "You mill readily
udderetand." she says, "how I must
shrink from.; any such feeling.' The
- law shftbnnwR. must take its course.
bfct 'I pray," she continues, "that
neither the unspeakable" greatness of
my sorrow nor the terrible wickedness
of those men may ever blind eitheir
-myself or any1 of the English people to
pathy in our thoughts, words and deeds
with regard to Ireland and its people at
. laaison tyjuare tiaraen, riew mr
fa tn Wi trim dawn and n structure sim-r
ilar in character to the Palais Royal of
Paris erected. The New York Herald
aavB Messrs William II. Vanderbilt
and Edward S. Stokes are principally
interested in the enterprise. It is esti
mated that the rent of the 130 shops to
l 1 :. mm tkn Href o n rl covnr!
flcKirs will aggregate $70,000. On the
third will be a grand concert hall and
conservatory. An ail mission lee win
be charged here, and a band of one hun
dred pieces, stationed in the centre of
the hall, will furnish the music. Par
terres of beautiful flowers and rare ex
.otics will alternate with stalls, in which
tables will tlo provided and refresh-
dents can be served. Concerts are to J
t Circa (or labout.. two hours every
Horn aire to Good ucasaud Char
ity. '1 , .
Two Bisters of Chanty were walking
alons: Broadway yostenlay. From
time to time they entered a store to so
licit charity lor the poor. 1 ney were
eiiiergingMrom n saloon in which the
had asked for alms, when a gentlsiuan
who met them stepped aside, took cfl
his hat Until they had passed and then,
replacing it, continued his walk, I
nlways," he remarked to a friend with
him, "pay homage to gootlness and
cnanty. 1 no nivine mission ot tnee
ladies is so impressed upon . my mind
that r could not ! pass them without
taking off my hat to them i and wishing
them (iod spewl 1 1 their errands ot
mercy." Y. Herald.
Mr. J. II. Hopkius, Warrenton, N.
C. says: 'I consider Brown's Iron Bit
ters the best tonic I kno'w .of." I
If you are sick Hop Bitters will snre-
y aul .Nature in makinsAou well When
11 yon are costive or dyspeptic, or
are suffering from any other of the
numerous diseases of the stomach r
oowuis, it is ytmrown fault it you- re
main ill, fr Hop Bitters are a I sover
eign remedy in all such complaints. '
If you are wasting away with any -form
ot Kidney disease, stop tempting Death
mis moment, and turn lor a euro to
If you are sick with that terrible sick
ness. Nervousness, y on find a "Balm in
Gilead" in the use of Hop Bitters
If yon are a frequenter, or a resident
ot a miasmatic district, barricade your
system against the scourge of all 0011 n
tries malarial, epidemic bullous, and
intermittent fevers- by the use of Hop
muers. . . - I ""
If yon have trmgjh. pimply, or sallow
skin, had breath, pains and aches, and
feel miserable generally, nop ; Bitters
will give you fair skin, rich- blood,; and
sweetest breath, health and comfort.
In short they cure all diseases of xthe
stomach. Bowels, Blod. Liver. Nervws
Kidneys. Bright Disease. 500 will
be paid for a case theyjerill not cure or
That poor, bedridden, invalid wife.
sister, mother, or daughter can to
made the picturof healtn. by a few
bottles of Hop Bitters, costing but a
trifle. Will you let them suffer.
mch (3 lm , ,
Steady employment daring Spring
mr. Address J. C
feb 28 4w
rh I MTtcrt liotmil BBralTtoMoptbam loc
time tad then hmw tbem rotara rngmln. I aeu mr6U
U care. I hr nad to ihhi of PITS, ErZurST
Another I'oker Story.
A San AnUnio. Texas, special says:
A report has leaked out here regarding
a game of poker played in New Yoik
between several railroad kinrs, ' dnrinc
which- one of. the gentlemen, havkg
lost allot his pocket moncv. offered t
put engines as collateral. Fortune still
corn batted him. and at the close of the
anie he had lost three of the I besi
enirines he owned. 1 1 hey ani now run
ning on the winner's rd in tl Stati
t'ieir"numlers b'ing: 29, 24 and 27, and
are valued at 40.000."
. 1 , 1 mmm 1 .1 1
B right's Uiseiuse, JDittbetes,
Kidney, Liver or Urooury
Have no fear of any of these diseases
if you use Hop Bitttrs. as they will pre
vent and cure the wrst cases, even
when yon have been made worse b
some great puffed uppretem led 'cure.
FAtXIMO SICXMX33 UX-loair BtadtL JwvrsstDnf
remdr to cartt tbo wont Bwwirwbri bsw
failed li no reason tor not now reeivlBffcrre. Sea4a
ono tat m trMttoe tMl m fm Bonis of mj lftfaUiM
rvnredy. Grr BxpTM ftna root OflMS, 11 cotit Jvq
HorUac fnc trtU nod I wiB nn jnu.
AddrMS XL. O. SOOT. 13 FMrt St.. JfewTock
Free ! Cards & Ghromos.
We will send fre b mill a sample q'
onr lanre (.German. French i and Amencan
i ChrOmo Cari, on tinted amf ruld erwan-i
with a price tut 'i over 20O differ nt dotslns,
on receipt of a stamp for postage. WewiH
also send free by mail a? sample, ten of out
eaocuui ufir -moi, on receipt ox ten cents t
(ay fur packing and nstiure:- ako enjMe
confldenual price Uxt of nr large oil chromoe.
trentd wonted. Addtes Y. Ulbabox A Co..
dS bnramer street, Boston, Mass. :
re aBw . -- ' - - -
llothers Bead This !
8TOKB RIDOEV N. Y.
Vax Dkubsx "BBOA..Xear Mrs : Yonr
Woxv C onfectIOSS have been tnriiluable V
as Oar Utile boy, two vears old, discharged
rer "thirty worm in a few lajs, uns only a
few of your orjn Confections. 1 am glau t
ba- testimony to the valrte of VnDeuseo'
Worm couf ecUona. - Tonrs. - -
i Krv. J. U McKars.
Try them 3o a bo.'
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rfOTO L. B0ATWKIGIIT
gV VIRTUE OF. THE 1X)WER OF 8AIE
contained in a certain deed of mortgage mai
by C. W. Hawes", 8. A ' Reading and R. M
Howden Trurtee, to BoaiB right & McKo
and regis ered-in the office of the Kegtoter o
D eds f Hew iianover tk unry in Book O O
page the nndersignea, a Attorney to
the assignee or the. .grantee m tne sm ctee
will sell at public auction, at tbe Court Hou&
door in tbe City of Wilmington, on Monda , tin
ztn oay i M-ircn at is o'caoca, m, th
following lot of land In said city, with th
hulkiiDjrs thereon: ; Itefrinnlng at the Noith
wesieru intersection ot Nunn and -ixth b tree's
runs thence Wet with ihe orth line of nodi
street 4? feet, thence .North 58 feet, thencf
BsstJ4T I et to mxi stre t, thence Souil
with tbe line of ixtb street &8 feet to tbe be
ginning. JOUN D. BKLLAMY, Jr.,
IV 1 UR3UANCE OF A DECEhE OF THE
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aupe. tor. court of Brunswick county, at Fall
Tjrm 1832, iu an action of foreclosure therein
uendi"g between Th FrVst National Rn k of
l ilraingion s plaintiff, and Alex. Ohtham
unci wile ms defe i;nts. tbenodfrsiKned. Com
lubif ioner hi poimed by ttaid decree. ill be 1 nt
public auction, ror c .th, nun uourt iiousc in
miih li e. on Monday, the lOtiror April 18H.J,
it 1- hi, the foil wing real estate: being in the
-ouu y of Bmnswick, adjoining the town of
A ilmingion and conta ning 70 ucrec, more or
'ess. Beginning at a marbk"pnst in tne Unins
ick county limi on toe SoUthsMeof the great
oad or causeway across i-agle li-l:iud. and
run- ttbtmt utli with the saki county li e,t
i p tea in the 0' go of t e ape rear river
.t tne mouth ot a canal, theu alog said
;aul about West to AUgaU'r Creek, th- n
m s iil xvk to hld great road or c iue - ay.
: hen along U alou Kast o the beglnnii g
Excepting i rom oki oo.inia Hvo aeivs on
veyci t John AJTalor by 1.1. 12 Ureyg by
leed of Jauuar 19th, 1864; and also excepting
i ot ty ng iw lee l irom tne KlO'eaiu cu ty
line and a tmg great road 00 feet, fixniing
the sme ana oxtenaing U ick 100 feet p raUel
wilh said ruojiwick oui.ty ll e. Vihieh las
lot w'm reserved by Alfred mlth ii. tbe died
conrvf lug said laud to the said Alex, uklhani.
J: Lii JIJ11AG HOUSE.
OW LANDING, EX BRIG "ANTELOPEH
500 Hhds. New Crop
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direct frm Matansaa. For sale low.
WORTH & WORTH.
ZJrKE HUSV LINK OF FIN E"
WHISKEYS, WINES, &c.
IN KORTIi CAROLINA,
Cape Fear, $7,
fituarf Kye, 04,
Virginia Glades, $4, t
North I Carolina Pure Corn
FOR 1 IEDICINAL FURPO ES UEXCELZD
BEACH AND HONEY
FOK COlGns, CCL03. &e better than any
. - ' . " . h - - -i
tedld 1b3 in the country e also jrecom mt nd
oar 8 OCK AND. BTE pr the ROCK AND
OOBI .FOB OUOGHS. COLDS. Ac Iafeili.
A woll-lo-ilo farmer created a sen?a
lion at Beailing, Pa recently, bybrin
Zmtm m 1 I . Aim mm, m 2 1M m4nt.B,..
ilaughters into curt as the plaintiff in l i1TPft ffa fl , fJ(l xlfjgtr
promise of marriage. I
Best ever made, Emory's little Ca
thartic Pills, pleasant to take, sugar
coaiea ; no gnpmg; omy locents a ooz ,
oi Druggists or by mail. Standard Care j
Co., 114 Nassau Street, Ucw Ycrfc.
BUILDIXO UUE, AGRICULTURAL LliTE
CARBONATE OF LKIB, -KAINIT. -i
LAND PIASTER AND MARL.
GOOD FERTILIZERS ;
AJtD TEIllf CHEAP,-. Bead lorOxcnlir
Koycter's ' Candy.
NdrCOATEL, ENGIJSU DAIBT; TOUXG
AjC&UA. aad bttt CBKAU CUtXSIL
i1- - "'FBESsrur stock, v'; -" r,:
P. 1.: BElilGEES & CO.
-t neb 12" . '": s ' -' v.':ii i-.j
tatsctisrJsrja jai-ef .grates far slew
MARIOIT, 1ST. O-
W. J. CALAIS, Prop'r
STUATED AT TUK VERT ,XXT ef tbe
Blie Kldge, within eight ani easy each of
so ne of tbe mo0t faneus leaks The R an
Mountain ni o.her iointa of Interest a enear.
Delightful air, eahibrious climate and excei-le-it
I will be plcawxi to rorreeponrt with partiet
pr 'poshig rest or r reatlon in tbe m untains
luring the tinratner months Excellent tabl ,
clo n IxhI-, airy n ums and prompt service
gu'antepL Tinas low.
. feb 10-6m . '
;eople are alw ays on
lookout for ohan
ces to Increase their
earninsrs. and in time
eeome wealthy; those who do not improve
i heir opportunities remain in porerty . We of
er a great ch nee to mate money. We want
nany men, wor. en, boys and girls to work for
is right .n their own localities. Any one can
to tbe work properly from tbe first start. The
business will pay. more than . ten times ordl
n:iry wages. Expensive outfit furnished free.
So one who engages fail to make money rap
Idly. Yon can lerte your whole time to the
work, or only your -pare moments. Full in
formation and all that is needed sent free. Ad
avss Tl?r on Co., Portland, Maine.
I nov l-dw tf . .
conies i nero is a pa , J vi
1 .test phases of tbe 3&la
THE PBODCCl'MlBiri I
Sportb3r?rpws at home and kbmJ' J
with a torv mn mZ . ?A
eminent divine, liWrarVVVTSTTa
Personal atxl e s7 J?
the world jvuk b owtih. sVSJJ
ter ewry week; a the WeSl? n?JTJ
snhnrrtl ...... m" vvmri K
The New York Herald
In :a Weekly form, OneW
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1883. i '
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ketches, hiki penu, contributed by the fore
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mericai homes ' 7
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drst Xumber for January of each year When
no ume is mentioned, it win oe cnaersiooa
hat tbe subscriber wishes to commence with
tbe Number next after tbe receipt of or ler .
rtoe imm r our Annual v. lames of Harper's
Weethr. in n at cloth blndinz- will be sent tw
mail, postage paid, or by express, free of ex
pense (provided the freirbt does not exreed
one dollar per rolume). tr $7 00 per rolumH.
. Cloth as-s-for e-ch- vtlnne. suit ble for
binding, w II be sent by mail, postpaid, on re
ceipt of $1 DO eacb.' - - -- . -
tiemlttan es sho Id be made br . PostOSce
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of toes.
weiSwmiCu erpre vrder cf ILtXXXS A Bso,
H albert Bros. Whole!
' Price List.
4 Piano, 7 oct, square, iwswood,
carved, arraoe. t'
11 vrgan, 4 sets reeus.s Btops and p tad
Organ, 6 sets reeds. 13 atop, coop-
ler, sub-bass...; M
, Our Planosnd Orgaoi are wir-
? Violin outfit, box, bow, strgi.eon-
n cremona model, extra fine .
4 Accordeon, 10 keys, btss box, list
6 Accordeon, 6 keys, 1 atop, itets
. '4 . .roeds.perfect...
Month Organs, VJcpna concert, 14
' - hot9...
8 Month Organs, Genuine Ukbter M
11 Mouth OrganB, Genuine Concert
double 24 notes, G 8...
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin. 6 itji,
17 Fife, ui ebony, German bUtc leralei
16 Music Box, 1 tune, crank, line.......
19 " . Jtl: - 8 tones, wind with lever
90 Violoncello, patent, msenbe bead
12 DotSleBass,' patent bead, I or I
24 Gnlur, maple, nrtcblne bead, flaa I
finish..... ...........J... r
27 Banjo, 10 lnch,4 bma bnekett....
28 Cornet, brass cornopeos wjb, c
30 Drum, brass, Pruastan,ornnjetil
Gold Violin, Guitar and BaaJBtrtap,
' - H Bros.
Silver Violin, Guitar nd Banio Wruitt.
Steel Vlollnuiurand Bujt
Gut, Russian, cieTman'or luUaa, beat
"booVs'.' ilowe'e or Wlnner'i,
i aj)y Instrument "'iii
HaTtof Just roaie a goi lJt
er Sewing Machines, willseu iDeja m-,
while they last. i ; l J
, Money bi qu.te safe la cttniac
plainly addressed, i wsl
Terms strictly cash witk oraer.j
... .. i . 1 i
- Agents and dealers send for oer Kj
alogue- .;v V;..-. 'Jul-,.si!
On above net wnoiesaw pi"
make 100 per cent, pronv.
cau on ns wneo you coui ."w-i, 1
ltefernce : Any cans ur
u tne city. , lj r
Hulbert Bros.. Is the only Geoenv
sale'houseln Bt. Louis. ' Rttrt
3 Olive Street, o
law i-ly 1
: i 1883.
Harper's Young Peop
SCTTEb TO : BOTH AKD ' 6HU v'
Tol. IV. commences orember
The Tonng People h-s been f
succesef.l beyouti anticJpat"' j
nino Post - " K " v,ktif
It has adistincUvermrpo-e."' rrf
Uv adberea tbatiuiMly ol un,TA
r oa ncsa, alegano
oontrrta generally, u U oatttn-, ,
p tdlcatlon of tbe kind yet brw"
notl. e.PVUbmyh GasetU. .
Per Year. Ftage Prepaid,
spreiBMw copy sesu ""iTLnar Tf
Tbe Volumes ef l(j.W
ted C lotto, id be smt dt
paid, on receipt posrf
mmmtMl tO eOpy WfnTlf
meBtwttboct uctit"v. ,
Young Peoplr UttWK Y"7
ftmnfttanrw honld be msoe vj g
Honey order or Dni0!
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