The Daily Review.
JOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
MONDAY. MARCH 19. 1883.
Entered at the Postoffice at Wilmington, N. C,
as second-class matter.
universal then tlie South j will rapidly
grow rich. V ! 1 h ' ""
Two rich fields arc opemng to-day to
the young men- o this ) country the
great West and the fertile South. The
tar-sighted man sees the great opening
for capital in the completion of the
Northern Pacific Railroad next Sum
mer. He also sees the j rich future of
the South, within the next two years,
when a mail train will' leave the City
of New York every! day for the C'ty of
fexico. r II
The visitor at New Orleans.. during
the Mardi-srras Carrii is surprised at
the onler that prevails everywhere! in a
"No man can scrvq two masters is
nnntcH os a biblical reason asrainst a
man's having two wives at once. 4 j
April th will bis the 400th nriniversa- j
ry of Raphael's birthday.' All :Enrope :
is prepain? to do honor to the event j
It is estimated that 400,000 of the 760 f
000 square miles of timbered land, of ji
this country arc situated in the. South -'
erni States. Much of it is being pur-j
phased bv Northern companies to be I
: held iu reserve until the timber of, the
The stamps of t!ic largest denomina
tion used under the internal' revenue
system, which is pretty well broken up
by the tariff billwere for $5,000 and
they were used to stamp $10,000.00
railroad bonds. Of course they were
not called for every day, but there was
an actual demand for jLheni. The
." 000 sIaiud was two inches wide ana
THE NEW SOUTH.
We yield much of our editorial space
lhi3 raorningto the publication of lib
eral extracts from a letter written '.by j city crowded with 100,000 pleasure-seek-
Mr. Henry E. Bowen, to the- New! mg guests. No police captain is neeucu
Vnrlr InfouemUnt Mr Kowen was in ' t0 club citizens out of the way ot the
my Independent. Mr. liowen .was in , es3lon or the process on ollt ofj the
Wilmington a few months ago. and j way Qf vehicles. All is orderly and
'was at that time traveling in the South j decorous. The columns of the papers
in the interest of the firm of John FJjare-not crowded with .accidents and
Menu iins roinlhnir trvnv rint f 5nr( Pf
Henry & Co..ot which he is a member. "rWinX rZ;77-77. three inches long.
Hepossessed eicellent opportunities for j va there, only one assault was chroni
jobservation, and he seems to have made j eled, anil that was provoked by a North
use of them. He is the son of Henry ! ern man. The visitor'! also surprised
at me vixuuiice oi iuc law. jiatca
C. Bowen, well-known (throughout the
country as the publisher of the New
York Independent, a weekly which, al
though at one time radically Republican
. has yet in the past year or two devel
oped a more liberal and more friendly
tone towards the white people of the
South. We look upon Mr. Bo wen's
letter as being the clearest exposition of
the state of affairs in the South that we
have yet seen and as being the product
of a fair and impartial review of things
just as they actually exist and vnot as
they are painted by the Republican
press of the North in their desire to keep
alive sectional differences. Some parts
of the letter we omit but all that is of
interest to the subject in hand we re
loe tutnre ot tne aoutnern Mates is
no longer an unsolved problem. New
life is swelling her viens, old customs
and prejudices are dying out; and
strong influences are at work, which, at
no distant day .will bring her to the front
-ranks of the producing and manufactur
ing states of the Union.
-Northern and Western ideas are
crowding in, and the stranger who now
visits the borders and interior localities
of the South can scarcely realize the
1 . 1 . 1 A. J I
... cuxuo uiai iias uutea piace uunng tne
last tew years; a change not only social
ly, bat politically. The newspaper
reader of the North can have no ade
quate idea of the vastly altered condi
tion of things since the war.
During a recent.trip from New York
to Texas, visiting en route the principal
of amusement persons are searched for
concealed weapons, and j in several of
the Southern States th6 public playing
of cards is prohibited. The traveler in
the Pullman Palace Car, who is "quiet
ly enjoying an innocent game of euchre"
with a compag7ion dc voyage, is rather
astonished when the urbane reporter
tells him he must put away his cards.
These arc a few of the unusual sights
and peculiarities that greet the North
erner who travels through tha't section
of our great country, and he returns
home satisfied that the turn af
fairs are taking there is all for
the best and in the right direction. Woe
to him who in future waves the "bloody
shirt," said a prominent editor to the
writer. We are tired of telling North
ern men that we want no more war.
We have no bitter feelings against the
North. Why alarm the people with
such false and wicked stories about our
Ku-Klux clans and other vindictive
organizations, which exisfr only in the
imagination and keep Northern men
and capital away, when we so much
need them?" Great and ' important
changes are taking place. Public
libraries are being started The people
are awakening, and the old South with
its hatred of the North and its hot head
ed infatuation, is giving place to the
New. Let the doubter see for himself
and heed not the vain mouthings ol
politicians. Give the people1-of the
South a fair chancfc and treat them like
brothers and they are ready to meet
you more than nall-vvay.
cities in -Virginia, North Carolina,
.South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Ala
batna, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkan
sas; . Tennessee and Kentucky, the
writer nwas snot only met everywhere
with the proverbial open-hearted cor
diality of the Southron, but was every
where impressed by the-evidences of new
departures in the growth of commerce
and those yearning and ambitious ideas
that are the true harbingers of undoubt
ed prosperity. In cbnversation with
public officials,editors of newspapers,
professional men, merchants and the
traveling public, one is agreeably sur
prised the friendly tone and cheerful
sentiment of the people, especially in
view of the utterances ot Northern pa
pers and Northern politicians.
To correct, as far as I can, some of
the prevalent erroneous ideas that exist
in the North about the South is my aim
in penninz this, brief article. Not one
hateful or vengeful word against the
Northern States did I hear during all
my trip. Those who fought against the
ynion flag are just as loyal and patri
otic t-day as we are. Not the people
in one bt&te alone, but in all the South
ern States, manifest a true affection for
their united country. North and South,
and are as ready as wc are to render
homage to the "old flag." An old ofli
cer of the Conferate Army said to me:
44 We were brought up to think one
, Southerner could Avhip ten Yaukees;
bdt we found wo were mistaken. -That
was the reason we were so easily led by
our Southern leaders to engage in a war
with the North." Now, all - feelings of
spite and animosity have vanished. In
conversation with old slave-owners, the
Northerner is surprised to hear them
v a - -
say tney woma .not buy back their
slaves; if they were free to . do so.
Slavery was a blot on the fame of this
fair country, and it was well that it was
To-day the earnest desire of the resi
dents of every Southern town and citv
is that Northern people may settle
among them; No shot-guns are in
waiting.; Men and capital are w.nnted
to develop the &reat. resources of the
country. Freedom of speech and
political opinions are guaranteed to all
alike in almost every part ot lhe South.
i ne carpet-oag element is gone and ma
jorities rule. Taxpayers have their
rights; and. as the clelion history ot the
Hayes-Tilden campaign is gradually
coming to iiffht. it is .believed that the
Southern people willingly surrendered
. to Hayes what possibly belonged to
Tilden. To-day the people of the South
control their own states, as it :s right
they should ; and they do not reject the
counsels of Northern men who come
among them as actual settlers and not
as- plundering carpet-baggers. That
matter.thns satisfactorily adjusted, the
Southern states are now rapidly going
ahead and getting ont of debt. .
While in Montgomery, at the time of
iiiq ueniir.ai.inn nv inn rnr rrMcnrop
the .eminent and . widely respected
governorof the state told me that,
while he regretted the stigma that had
thus fallen on the government, he
thought the occurrence would act as a
restraint on the wild and reckless use of
The Southerners arc just now learn
ing that cotton is not the king no was
supposed to be and that a diversity of
crops is necessary in order to achieve
success as planters. There was a time
when, possibly," cotton was the great
monarch ; but to-day corn is fairly con
testing his power and supremacy. The
planter who heretofore gave all his
time and attention to raising cotton
now.finds that, to gather wealth, he
must raise the other uecsssaries of life,
so that the money received from the
sale of his cotton may not all be expend
ed in purchasing corn and the other
things needful for his subsistence; and
this ta is beginning ; to do cow more
than erer. When this method becomes j
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Rear Admiral Nicholson,! of the Unit
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retired list. ; h
Governor Grant has vetoed the min
ingtax law passed by the Colorado
Mr. Vanderbilt has issued' 10,000
tickets of admission to his art gallery
The "tranquility" I that Mr. Trevel
yaii reports in Ireland is like the , 'W
der' that reigned in Warsaw." j
Queen; Victoria will operi iu jperon
the International Fish Exhibition, at
South Kensington, next May. '
Mr. Cross, the young banker who
married George Eliot late in her life, is
in ill health and has given up the plan
of writing her biography1.
Miss Verona Baldwin, the (assailant
ot "Lucky". Baldwin, of bonanza no
torietyf is too ill to appear in court to
answer the charge of attempt to mur
der, i I
, . .David Sellcck, a blind man of Ncw
burg. N. T., has started a factory in
which only blind people jare'to be cm
ployed, and thinks he sees the way i to
Reader, can you believe
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"You're getting mule bald, old man;
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"Here I've been talkiug for' half an
hour" exclaimed an auctioneer, "and
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indeed!" murmured an elderly maiden.
." What's half an Jiour to; many long
years, and still no hope of an offer r 7
omaii ooy oi eigm; looting over a
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(doubtfully) No. S. b. of ten (patron
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B right's Disease,
viuney, raver or
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A cotton exposition company with a
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Air. P. J. Alston. Jr., Newberne.- N.
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. . HARPKR A BROTHER.
dec IS , New Torir.
Hulbert Bros. IWholesale
fiucitis quali ties, It is
the highest attain-
rcputatiou of the name It Inherits,
leb 10 ! E. .7. 1IJ
Lime, Kainit and Plaster !
BUILDING LIME, AGRICULTURAL LIME
CARBONATE OF LIME, KAINIT,
LAND PLASTER AND MARL.
AND VERY CHEAP. Send for Circular
! FRENCH BROS.,
feb 2( Rocky Point. N. C
Foreclosure Sale. ; -
Ty VIRTUE Or THE VoWEROF SALE
contained In a certain
Ellis and wife to
deed made by J. J.
T. B. LIppitt, as Trustee for
Guaranteed in very Jnstance
TRY IT. FT WILL, PROVE AIL WE CLA M
JOHN L. BOATWIUGIIT
dec W . i . .. i
Boatwright A McKoy and their heirs and as
signs, and recorded in Book P P P. nase
232, of the Records of New Hanover county,
tbe undersigned as Attorney for the said trus
tee, will sell to the highest bidder for cash at
the Court House door in the city of Wilming
ton, on Monday; April Snd.1883, at 12 .o'clock",
M the following described property situate in
said city, beginning at the Northwest inter
section of Tenth with Chestnut street, runs
thence North with the Western line of Tenth
street 60 feet, thence West along rambert's
line 16 poles to Hunt's line, thence Sooth so
feet to Chestnut street, thence along the North
Rne of Chestnut street 18 poles to the besin
ning -r-J.' D.-BELLA1IY. Jr.TT
men LSOd " Attorney.
NEW. PEANUT SACKS
t Bushel Oat Sacks.
JN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Superior Court of Brunswick county, at Fall
Term 1S82, iu an action of foreclosure therein
pending between The First National Bank of
Wilmington as plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
"and wife as' defendants, the undersigned. Com
missloner appointed by said decree.will sell at
public auction, lor cash, at the Court House in
fcmithvlllo, on Monday, the 10th of April, 1883.
at 12 M, the following real estate, being in the
county of Brunswick, adjoining the town of
Wilmington and containing :7 acres, more or
less. Beginning at a marble post in the Bruns
wick county line 011 tne South side of the great
road or causeway across Eagle Island, and
runs about South with the said county lioefto
a cypress In tbe edge of the Cape Fear river
at the mouth of a canal, then along said
canal about West to Alligator Creek,-then
np said creek to said great road ox causeway,
then along it about East to the beginning.
Excepting from said bounds two acres con
veyed to John A. Taylor by J. E. Gregg by
deed of January -19th, 1(G4 ; and also excepting
a lot lying 120 feet from the aforesaid! county
line and along said great road 00 feet, fronting
the same and extending back 100 feet parallel
with said Brunswick county line, which last
lot was reserved by Alfred Smith in tbe deed
conveying said land to the said Alex. Okiham.
A. G. RICAUD,
Wilmington, N. C. :
M. SCILLOSS, Prop.
TjUBST-CLASS IN KYEBYiRlCSPECT. v "
4 Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, I
. carved, agraffe TVZITnA ri I
7 Plano,nnrlght7Hoct,cablnctpl J.
13 Organ, 4sctsreedB,9fltops and gni
nruran' . ...... ......." r
Organ, 0 sets reeds, 13 stopa, coup- 1
ler. sub-bass. ... 1 T'
Our Pianos and Organs are
ranted first-clans. .
2 Violin outfit; box, bow, Btrings.com-
3 iolb cremona model, extra llc..
4 Accordeon, 10 keys, bass box, de
tone ;"7 ""li
6 Accordeon, 6 keys, 1 "top, -wu
. - rceds,pcrfeci i
Mouth Organs, -Vienna coacert,
g MoiSj1 Organs," 'Genuine Blchter io
I holes, GS '."""r'JiA
11 Mouth Organs, Genuine Cowxn
double 34 wlea,0
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin, 6
I boxwood.. .Y"AJrtW
17 Fife, in ebony, German fenr
16 Music Box, Itunc, crank, Jf-j;;-:
10 " 8 tunes, wind with Kvcr
20 VloloncclVoV patent, machine Bed
-i jrood.. ...... '
23 Double Bass, patent head, I or . . v
24 Guitar, maple, nrocblne heal, 4
flnbih. i. 'v-'Vlir" J rim
28 Cornet, brass cornopeon style,
ana crooks :!!l'ii
30 Drum, brass, Prussian, ornamen1)
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo fctnup.
Sliver Violin, Guitar and Banjo btrmw.
II Bros. '."'a,'JL
Steel Violin, Guitar and Banjo Btrns
II BrosJ "'ei
Gut, Russian, German orIttUaa,
InstracSon'&ka.' Howe's" or Winner,
- I in inatrnmpnt. . ......
. Having just made a good fAr 3
er Sewing Machines, wUlsell them for f- (
while they last. ' " wjr tt
Money la qu.te safe. in commos
plainly addressed.' ' ' , . v 'in ul
. .Terms strictly cash wita order., v
stamps. ijt ! najre
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alogue. - - .Mm .au
On above net wholesale prices S"
make 100 per cent, profit "f
r Can on us when yon come.tflJ Bfc 'Jm
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a thrifty, healthy n:3?Z
mw Mr- nt worms ana p", bv
Am .vT-wtrr tf riven stricter pi
20 hogaina condition to fatttn too erl
usual time. therebyMThu'JJ
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the praise. tAll fenners hoa;7 j !
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