Tho Da i I y Rev iew .
JOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
WrLMIKGTON. X. C.- ,
TUESDAY. MARCH 20. 1883.
a.tered at tbo Poetofllc at Wilmington. N
- m second-class matter.
OPPRESSED SOUTH CAUO-
, , . , .
- Vill . there never be an end to.thcj
es Titrated upon the people of
i Carolina? Ever since the war it -
tice nd outrage, with no indications of i
cessation. For a few . years, immedi-j
aiey aucr uie cipse oi noauuur. u.ai
State suffered only in common wUb j
rne ouier zxtnnern zstate ; uiu w uniu j
the last eiffht or ten years the entire
spite, malevolence, hatied, intolerance
and oppression ot which the govcrn
njkenVhas been capable has been con
centrated upou South Carolina. The
trials now in progress there, of some of
" the best citizens of tJie State, foralleged
political offences, is but in keeping
vwitht tlie cruel program me of the, years
; that hare passed. The-. United States
Courts, with all their officials, appear
" just as ready and willing for the dirty
work as they were when the oppres
sions were begun fifteen years, ago, and
to arry on the system of outrnge and
oppression with enal if not greater
viodiciiveaess as time has progressed.
TbJatest outrage was committed on
Saturday, -UieilTth inst., an account of
pthich- we clip from the Charleston
'Spcs and Courier of the 19th instant,
ana is as rouo ws :
The;' Badical . outrage-grinders - are
fftirtj growing desperate in their efforts
ta secure victims for U10 April assizes,
csd. a Saturday morning and night
SM9nuuouftpa(U ui wnuws ami
ctrchants of Clarendon county. The
dstails of the arrests, as given. 'by a
gentleman from Darlington, who saw
ike prisoners and conversed with them
yesterday, "are outrageous in the' ex-
(nmA. I1 names of thvu nrrplftri"
are: ; H.J. Wheeler,. Frank 1. Cooper,
G-T. Washburn. David Welsh. It. M.
Pierson, D. M. Pierson, .Ned Kennedy,
J. J MoFaddeu . Jr.. Robt. McFaddcrr.
jThe officer who made the arrests is
named : Charles Wilson, and" he was
"agisted bx two constables. lie Is a
Gre9oacker&nd43 a'. nephew of Dr.
Jjfc lira-Tiadertff the Ilagbaby faction
in QarendonV County. The prisoners
werenot informed of what offences
ibej were accused, but were hurriedly
' earned off to Graham's on the North
eastern Railroad, without beingllowod
Urae evcn to change their eiothc3 or
make. any aTrangemente for their dc-
- perture. They offered to give bonds
rerhclr appearance at any time desig-
by the oflicers that they could net accent
Loads because they 'would lose their
mileage if they did not take the prison
ers along with them. Upon reaching
OrakanTs the party were huddled to-
gether in an old building and compelled
to spend the night in wretched discom
ibrt. At Graham's they were informed
that they would not get a hearing be
fore Tuesday, and that on that day they
would be taken to Florence and ex
amined belorc a United States commit
. 1 - ij f
bla tor the purpose. The only informa
tion vouchsafed the prisoners on the
subject of their supposed offences was
the statement that they had been
arrested (or something they did at the
Another outrageous feature connect
ed with these arrests is the fact that the
satao parties were arrested in Novem
ber last for some supposed offence at
the WItherspoon box, and after an ex
amination were dismissal for want of
proof against them. They are now
"dragged from their homes at ,thovery
tfme when their planting interests de
mTjf ttriir closest Attention. Ifnnv nF
them bad made arrangements for plant
ing their corn this week, and were in
the midst of preparing their lands for
eotten. sowing. Tho"arrests are attrib
uted to a recent tour through Clarendon
made by McLane; during which he was
itaie'iwi 111 annianTiiriii rr 1 nn
sary charires. The prisoners acted as
, law-abiding citizens, and submitted to
thdr arrest, as outrageous and unlaw--AU
as it seems to have been.
It would seem that no man who
fa d'Pehioctat. whether white or col-
edZ'Usafe from political persecution j
and no one can tell how soon his arrest f
may be determined upon; nor can he
' tm?!no to -what snnnriuifP in mnron.
r. a.,fl.,: K v,w i nw-i i
in'erder tliat some blood sucking gov
ernmmeat official may arc mile"
' ije. It is a wonder with us how the
people of that proud and glorious State
subniiisoT. quietly to these outrages,
although we are well aware that it is
.the better for them.' Resistance would
.gWe their persecutors a pretext for op
pressions to wmcn tnc present are msig-
nlflcant. In fact It is presumable that
j,. -nfrcatTrtnnr-i,oc.i ,nS-He
ly upon the hope that a conflict, with the
people may be precipitated. The people
of that State are wise in their quiet
submission." but we confess that we
cauaot think or the snbject "with eiuan
iotity or patience. "
1 A Washington correspondent tells
the following story: 4The genial old
Seaator who is now enjoying htf honey-
lucK "good humor that be will excuse
sue for telling a story that I heard nar
rated of him in Washington. It goes
tiatYfhUehe was dining one day at
Wonaley's -with some friends, among
whoa Aas Mr. Evarts, the conTersa
Gca d rifled to athletic sports and - foot
xcc3. llr; Erarts, rlth a Tiew to cne,
of his sarcastic jests, turned to the ureal
trunk alongside of him, from which he
himself may bo snpposgd to have been
whittled off as a sliver, and suggested
that such sports 'were entirely out of his
line, 'Well. Evarts.' repled Judge
Davis, 'perhaps you think I can't run?
Now, look hero, I will bet you
a case of wine that I can j beat
yeu in a hundred yards if you will let
riie chooseray groundland will give me
five yards"Cartj:. "I'm heavy, you know,
and I want solid footing.'' Mr." Evarts
Rg eveninghad advanced
u.'uu k'i i i i ii'M r imi i iti urns m. iil.iu iui
, .. BA,f.tn, ri,rthpr ,or tho snort.
Come on shout4
fojIow mQ So ftwav tl
ited the Senator,
thev went, down
tf) R namw .aney that Iruns, between
- j; - welfth Thirtecnthitreetk-- March--
into it for the distancc of 4 ve YardSf
while his arms touched the brick-work ,
on each side, he qtiietly observed:
Now, Evarts, get in behind me, and
take your time,
"r to take
Dr. Fierce's "Favorite Prescription
is the debilitated woman's best restora
M- Gambcttas estate is said to
amount to about $80,000. j
Fred Douglas and Mrs. Bruce (color
ed) are invited to attend receptions giv
en by Robert Ingersoll in yVashlngton.
Wiggins, the wcathor prophet whose
other name is Benjamin X.jis a Jer
syman by birth, and used to keep a
grocery store in East Orange, N. J.
Judge Thurman makes the" largest
properly return in Columbus, Ohio,
lor the reason," says the Marion 3?
Tor, "that he is an honest man."
Dr. Dix calls the NcwEngland style
of easy marriage and ensy divorce "con
secutive polygamy." That phrase will
be apt to outlive jls orignator. ,
Aristarchi BeyTthe Turkish minister,
with his bushy beard, his gigantic nose
and ileep and penetrating eyes, (attracts
general attention as he saunters slowy
down Pennsylvania avenue on ru sunny
afternoon. - '"
- Mr. Ross Wmans, the American in
ventor and millionaire, now holds in
the bounties of Ross and j Inverness,
Scotland, seven hundred aud filly
snuare miles ot land exclusively devot
ed to deer, and desires to extend his pre
serves. - II
Quick, complete cure, all annoying
Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases.
$1. Druggists. ! j
The eye is sometimes called the win
dow of the soul, consequently a black
eye must be a stained window. Phila
delphia Chroniclc-HtralO . I
Biobson says that there is only one
thing.to him, whose end is envolved in
mystery, and that is the coil of a wo
man's back hair. Bttrlintyon Free
Press. - - f . I " -
A young child in Oregon died irom
the effcts of swallowing the leaves of an
almanac. We always held that dates
should be eaten in
Hartford Post. ;
A note made on Sunday is void :
which may account for some men sleep
ing all through church, andi making
no note of what the preacher! says.
Yotil&rs Statesman; ' j
It is strange that they should say that
"March came in like a lamb," for
when the month makes such an event
there is less we'ther than it when comes
ia like a lion. Norr, Herald.
There is one good thing about this
two-cent postage. Thcj swarm of
spring poets won't be compelled to face
the, dreadful fact that j the stamp
on too envelope is worth three
times as much as the poem inside.
It will only be worth twice a much.
Kidney, Liver I or
Have no fear of any ;of these diseases
if you use Hod BitttrsJ as thev will nrc-
xent and cure the worst" cases, even
wnen you nave oeen made .worse by
some great puffed upprctended cure.
Like some areh-actinjr acrobat.
Who tumbles in the ring
Heels over head, with motion pat,
this most backward spring.
And as an army in retreat
- Sways like a wind-blown larch
This molUh's n. ilrnm f.hnt nan't lw Vmot
; 'Ti not a forward March.
i .Yew York Commercial.
The total'amount of outstanding three
Dor cent. Oovernmcnt bonds is$iI97,-
5r,ooo. ' . j. . i- -
Cocoanuts arc worth &2$ oer 1.000 in
the Bay Islands and banana3 374 cents
! a buncli. Nearly ail that arc exported
: . .1 -w . ' , - 1 i
come 10 in is eouniry.
The new tariff bill practically shuts
joutSnmatra wrapping leaf tobacco, and
cabbajje aud oak leaf industry may
i rum lP ATnffrfl tn Kirvnti itKiin
A committee of the Baltimore Con
ference ot the Methodist Episcopal
Church has reported in favor ot 'asking
the centennial, conference of 1864 to
meet in Baltimore.
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and
Cham mom He rills are prepared ex
pressly to cure and will cure Headache
of all kinds. Neuralgia, Nervousness
and Dyspepsia. Proved and- endorsed
by physicians. " j -
An inventory is being j m adei of the
material of the New York TTorW, and
correspondents are again sending out
the reDort that the paper is to be pur
chaseu by Mr. John McLean, proprie-
tor ofthe Cincinnati Enqttirer. j ;
3Ir. P. J: Alstoa. Jr.. Newberue. N.
C, says; "I have used Brown's Iron
IBittcrs successfully for indigestion ,TV
THE MAILS' --w ;
Tiexoalls close and arrive at tn City Post
office a follows: . 1 . : v -
- CUOSK. K f
Northern through mails, last. . ..... .5.00 P. M.
Northern through and wiv mall. . .5.40 A. M.
KalcLrh.....i......A00I. iL and 5.40 A. M.
MaUa for the V. Cltallro.id and -
routes supplied therefrom lnclud-
-.In? A. 4X.C EaUroada - 5.40 A.M.
Southern ilaUa for aU point South.
daily. 30 A. II. ami 8.00 P.M.
We8teramaUa(C.C.Kalhvay) dally, r
(except Sunday) 5.00 P. M.
An points between Hamlet and Ral- , ' " 1
ejh ;5. 00 P.M.
Mafl for Cheraw and Darlington Kall-
road.-i. ...... 20 A M.ad 8.00 P. M.
Mails for point oetwoen t lorence
and ChartoB ton. ; .-.C.30 A ; iL and 8.00 P. M.
Fayette Hie and office on Cape Fear
BiTer, Tuesdays awlk'ridaya 1.00 P. M.
Fayettevlllc, via Lambcrton, tLalljr,
except Bonds y...... 5.00P.M.
Onslow C. JI. and intermediate onl-
ccs, Tuesdays and Fridays i... .6.00 A. M.
Smithville mails, bTBteamboat, daily
(except Sundays).-.. .........8.30 A. M.
Malls for Easy HjH, Town Creek,
Shallotte and Little River, Tues
days and Fridays .6.00 A. M.
OPKN FOR DELIVERY- -
Wrights ville, daily, .......8.30 A. M.
Jfertbcrn through and way malls
, - 7.30 and 8.Q0 A. M
Southern Mail3 ,.7.30 A. M
Carolina (nti-aJllAilroad. t.45 A. M
1 Mails coilecteurfom street boxes crery day
at 3.30 P. M. J ' " ,
f 8tampOflice open from At M. to it M; ami
from 2 to 5.15 P. M. Moaoy order and" Register
Department open same as stamp office. ' -
Stamps for eale in small in&mitks at general
delivery when stamp nice ia closed.
General delivery open from daylight to dark
anI mi Sundara from 8.30 to A- M. .
For the Wilmington district of tbo
Methodist E. Church, South : " '
CcoxcLrsrox Fikst Hound,)
Newton Grove ilission,. ... -Mar. 2i
Point Caswell Mission, at
Prondonee Mar. vj
R. o. Hcrtox; p: k
Bi6hop Lyniau'a Appoiiitruents
March 22 Thursday Rocky .Motmt.
23 Good Fridayr-Tarjboro.
.25 Easter Day-zWiison. ;
1 29 Thursday South Mills, con
r ; secration. : !; ' ; : !
- 30 Friday Camden . : : ..
31 Saturday Newbeifun Creek.
For Pocket Knives or Table Cutlorya
go to Jacobi's Hardware Depot. - f '
afNo matter, what cauie, sick, nerrona,
neurlgic; dyspeptic r .Which Is It ? It can be
eiTeet u ally removed. Jer ,;
0H.C.HY. BEN SON'S j.
am PAro fxwrrtir to atat In
irmysBJuis stsnatwc on eve&t'iox.
They contain no oplnm, quinine' or other
harmful drug and are highly recommended. .
Andrew's Bazar says: ."A gecaatioii Jias
often been made by the discovery of some new
thing, but nothing has ever stood: the teat like
Dr. -lien son' Celery and : Chamomile rill.
Thev really do care as they promise.' I , .
. ' . ily vraycra thaiL-aaeend for yon. because
your PllU Jia v curod mc of nervous headaeluv
which J'vaalwava- had.' Fannie Locfc
hart, Khdng 8un, Md 3
i"Thcse Pills "are invaluable in nervous dis
eases." Dr. Hammond, of New York.
("They cured me and I take great pleas nrejn
commending them to all who have neuralgia."
Mrs. Daniel C Hoppen, Clay-Bonk, Va.
"For 7 years I had sickdtcadacho, Tour
piUs.fcurea wc.', J: 4t; Boeklciv leesimrg, Va .
"Dr. Bensoo'sTIIl for thetttre'-bf Neural-
f ia are a success." Dr. O. P. Holman, ChrL?
lanburg, Va. . ' ; ,
"I iiave found Iheni justtho thing for Neu
ralgia, as you represent them.' Mrs. M. W.
Grow, Rippey, Iowa.
"1 our Jfills have proved a blessing to me. .
L. M. Vcazie,; 0 Franklin Street, Charles
town,1 Ma". - , .. ..
Dr. Benson's Skin Cure consists of fnternal
and external treatment at s:imc time, and it
makes the skin white, soft and smooth. Re
moves humors and cures thoroughly. Jt con
tains no poisonous drugs, if 1. ( v.
C. N. Crittenton, Sole Wholesale Agent, for
Dr. C. W. Benson's Remedlts, 113 Fultoil fct.,
New York. . , (
mch 15 lw-e-th-f nn : !
Wanted Teachers !
Steady employment during Spring and Sum
mer. Address J. C. McxJUKDi . & CO-.
When I t nrald not bhU nmly to cto tiem foe
at!m sad tha bxv tbem return again. I mean a radl-
lal rara. I bara made tna dlaeasa or FITS, KnXiKrSY
jrALLiNu sicassa a uia-ioas mar. 1
rnfdr to enra tbo worst caaes. Booaoso etbars ba
failad la bo reaaon for Dot now raoalTlnr a car. Send u
oneo for a trsatlM and Frao Bottle of ray Infallible
raofdj. Gira Kxpreaa and rest Office, lb costs you
pothlns for a trial, and t wlBrore jm,
Aldresa r. XL O. BOOT, lea faari St.. New York
Free ! Cards & Ohromos
We will eend free by mail a Bam pie set of
our largrc German, French " and American
Chromo Carcie, on! tinted and pold grounds,
with a price list of over 200 different dcehrna.
on receipt of a stamp for" postage. We will
alao aemf free by mail as sampled, ten of our
bcaotiful Chromos, on receipt of ten cents to
pay for 'packing and postae; also enoJosea
confidential price list of our Ltrgc oil chromos.
Agents wanted. Address F. Glkasox Co.,
Ca Summer Street, Boston, Mass.
feb 2C-4w .
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ua. Unr little boy, two jeara old. discharged
over thirty worm in a few days, using only a
few of your Worm Confections. I am glad to
bear testimony to the value of YanDeuaen'i
Worm Confections. Yours, y. ,
Kkv. J. L. McNatn.
Try them 2.V a box. , - - - ,
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Winter it strengthens and
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Spring' it enriches' the blood
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Summer it gives tone to the
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' in the Fall it enables the
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In no way can disease be
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ease, &c. -
H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
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Droit : Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5thr
1881 : -
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Fayette ville Observer.
QN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY tHh, lfctf,
the undersigned will revive the publication of
the FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER.
The Observer will be a large 25 column
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the Town of Fayctteville, to develop the vast
agricultural resources of Us own and the
neighboring countios, and to promote all that
concerns The welfare of the people of North
Carolina.' : .-. . .. ':,-..
: Opposed to such Innovations on tbo homely
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gres, harm society, the Observer will be
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I Commissioner's Sale.
JH P1JRSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
4nrpri or Court of Brunswick countyr at Fall
Term 1882, In an action of foreclosure therein
pending between The First National Bank of
Wilmington as plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
and wife as defendant, the undersigned. Com
missloner appointed by said dccrec.will sell at
public auction, for cash, at the Court Uoue in
emithville, on Monday, the 10th of April. 1883,
at 1- M, the following real etnte, being in the
rounty of Brunswick, adjoining the town of
AVilmlngton and containing , 70 acre, more or
less. - Beginning at a marble post In the Bruns
wick county lino on tne South aide of the great
road or causeway across Eagle Island, and
runs about South w Ilh the said county lincjto
a cypresa In the edge of the Cape Fear river
at tne month' ot a canal, then along said
eanalaboxit west to Alligator Creek, then
up eald creek to said great road or causeway,
then along It about -Ea&t to .the beginning.
Excepting from said bound' two acres con
veyed to John A. Taylor by .T.'E. Gregg bv
deed of Januarv 19th, 'A ; and also excepting
n lot lying 120 feet from the aforesaid! county
line and aiong said great road 60 feet, fronting
the same and extending back 100 feet parallel
with said Brunswick rounty line, -which last
lot was reserved by Alfred Smith In the deed
conveying ald land to the said Alex. Oldham.
A. a. B1CAUD, ,
Wilmington N. C. :
- M. SCHLOSS, Prop. . r,.
JprEST-CLASS IN EVERY. RI3PECT. :
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Mouth Organs, Menna concert,
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Gold Violin, tiuitar and Banjo
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20 bogs In a condition to WHif Pf IM ft!t
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