The Daily Review
JOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
WEDNESDAY. MARC1T 21. 1883.
festered at the Poetofflce lU Wilmlaton.N.
- as second-class matter.
Over 88 per cent of the imports and
export trade of Qmda is monopolized j
bv two countries. Great Britain and
'.Tit' ' i it.... r t. . . . .?
7lrlff rcnlations Ike trade with Canada
jaiht be enlarged four-fold, to the mu
tual benefit of both countries.
A cremation society is to be ;forraed
U Chicago with a capital of $100,000
It la intended to start a regular crema
tory In that city, A3 it is thought there
are a largo n timber of people in the
-Northwest Avho believe that tho best
and most economical method of iis-
posing of the dead is by incineration.
According to tho report of the Secre
tary of War, the organized strength of
the militia of the United States is 67,714,
'" Of this number 6,533 are commission
. ed officers and 81,031 are non commis-
aioned officers, musicians and privates,
Tha number of men available for mili
tary daty. but unorganized, is 0,707,-
. Pensioners who are entitled to
erased pay under the act making fur
ther provision for persons who have
; lost a hand or foot in the military or
naval service, or who have suffered an
equal bodily disability, can get the in
crease they are entitled to without the
Intervention of a lawyer or a claim
aent bv application direct to the Pen
- The Tennessee, Iron Mountain. Caro.
. Una and Virginia railroad is a proposed
. .new line from tho Ohio river through
Kentucky, Tennessee and North Caro
lina to tide water. Mr. S. J. Kirk
patrick Is president. The Jonesboro,
".Tennessee, Journal says the road wili
form a direct aud unbroken lino, to
. Charleston and Wilmthgton. A charter
baa also been -obtained into the coal
fields of Scott, Lee and other counties
In Virginia. It is contemplated to be
' the shortest direct line from the Ohio to
In view of the approaching corona
' tionof the Crar, the court jewelers of
fit. Petersburg are now busy cleaning
and repairing the insignia of the crown,
the va(uo of which is, estimated at six
" and a half million dollars. The crown
itself, valued at $600,000. is adorned
with magnificent diamonds, fifty-four
eaormous pearls without a flaw, and a
ruby of extraordinary size; it is of
exquisite workmanship. It was made
by Pawio, the Gcnevese jeweler, and
was first used at the coronation of
Catharine the Great.
. Cr elevators, is rapidly increasing
( throughout the United States. The first
one went into operation less than 25
- - years ago, and now between 45,000 and
60,000 are in constant use, New York
alone having 15,000. It is estimated
that for every new mile of railroad
which is constructed, a passenger eleva-
tor is built. The travel on tfyom is enor
moos. The eight elevators in the Equi-
Tltabie Building in lie w xork carry up
- - ani down a daily average of 20,000 peo
ple, while several thousand per diem is
not an unusual number for Unto stores
and hotels in our large cities.
The Cleveland (O.) leader publishes
what purports to bo an interview with
a bartender at the Capitol in Washing
. ton relative to the habits oi Congress
men and some other newspapers, whose
claims to decency are far in excess of
those of the Cleveland, Leader have
- copied the article. Hero are two para
"" jrapha of lies concocted by the Mlrink'
t mixer and eagerly swallowed by . the
. newsmonger. Their extreme probabil
ity will strike every reader at the first
- We have some curious .drinkers
kers among the members of tho present
tfouseV continued the bartender. "A
member from South Carolina takes on
the average about forty drinks a day.
He fills his glass to the brim every time
and tells the bartender his sight U bad
and he can't tell how much there is in
the glass till it gets full. like all of the
Southern members he always drinks
whiskey, and ho takes it straight. A
member of the House from Kentucky
wants three lumps of 6ugar, a . table
" spoonful of water and a pint of whiskey
for his usual dram. Dust a little nut
meg over this and. says be. It makes a ;
drink for the gods He can stand this !
several times a day and can repeat it!
Any others Pn asked I.
-Yes," responded the drink-mixer,
inI Hranf T Vint a f ." enn o omamI
' and the way some Congressmen take
' drinks on tho sly and slink out when
they think they are being seen makes
nic sick. There is a member from
North Carolina, a namby-pamby, utterly-utter,
cesthetic Senator, who
thinks all the women are in love - with
him - and pretends to be pious. He
never drinks whiskey when any of his
. . . . t . T. : M .
menus are in ine oar. nu camo
in, look around, and if he sec3 any one
be knows he will march up to mo and
ask for change for a quarter and then
slip out. In half au hour he will
ecrse back again, and. if his friends
era renc. he will call out for 'a -very
rrctiy codicil, but to dca't xnind
make it a little stiff." .He is an aesthete,
you know, and wants his cocktail pret
ty.' lie will drink three of these and
then filling hi3 vest-pooket with cloves,
ho goes off chewing them to hide hia
breath. There arc a number like him,
but he is the only one I know lrom the
South.".- j . '!
That all there is about it, and we
breathe freer. We had thought to find
some llre-eatin? Southerner auaflina: a
goblet of aquafortis, eeasohed with
dynamite and dashed witb"ia few live
coals, ns we believejthat ia o :e oi tho
choico beverages away down South in
Dixie. The two-!eeged tailess canine
of the Leader is "evidently no? an adept
at the business of reporting. Southern
peculiarities. But who is the 'sc3thetic
Senator' from North Carolina? Messrs
Ransom and Vanco can fight for that
For Thick Heart, I
Heavy stomachs, billious conditions,
"Wells' May Apple Pills" anti-billions.
cathartic. 10 and 25c.
Mr. Tyner, the-expostmastcr general,
is going to open a law office fn Bis
marck, and bideeyenta.
Judge Jerc Black has been nominat
ed for President in 1884 by tho Dele
ware county. Pa., Democrats;
Rev. Isaac S. Kellocti ha3 retired
from politics, pulpit and publicity, to a
cattle-ranch at Santa Cruz, California.
An autopsy is to be beld on the body
o Prince Alexander Gortschakoff; to
ascertain if there is any foundation for
the Btoryhat he was poisoned, j
Miss Mildred Lee, the much admired
daughter of the late General R. E. I&e.
will remain several weeks in Charles
ton as the guest ot Colonel: II. F.
Young. jt : . j .
Rer. Alexander Skeiser, of Ports
ville, Pa., has been relieved of his
"Rev." title. The church only found
him guilty of unlawful intimacy,
breach of promise of marriage and
Richard Travcthick , of England, who
inventod tho locomotive and high pres
sure engine and died pcnnilesat Dart
ford in 1833, is going to have a monu
ment, and much goodofit maydohim.
Miss Blanche Vaughan, who is play
ing the part of "Billy Piper" this; win
ter, in 'The Danitea,'' is said to belong
to one of the first families in Provi
dence, R. I., now in reduced circum
stances. Touns or middle aged men j suffering
from nervous debility, loss ot memory,
premature old age, as the result of bad
habits, should send three stamps for
Part VI of Dime Series pamphlets.
Address World's Dispensary Medical
Asiociation, Buffalo, N; Y. w-s.
Biddeford. Me., has elected a
cratic mayor. ;
The Illinois House passed a
punish wife-beaters by whipping.
is to have his nose broken
Several Chicago physicians have been
detected sharing with druggists the pro
fits of prescriptions. Hieroglyphics
wcroused to inform the compounder
when to charge extortionate (prices.
The Falls of Minnehaha, inimprtaliz
ed by Longfellow, arc now inclosed in
a park of which the other attraction is'a
beer garden. So one may get his laugh
ing water and his fire water at one gulp.
The wife of a Sydney (New South
Wales) editor appeared at a fancy dress
ball as "The Press," her dress consist
ing of several pages of her husband's
paper printed in colors on a beautiful
white satin. j
The New Orleans competitive drill
wili begin on tho 17th May and close on
tho 19th. For infantry companiea the
first prize is gl.500; second, S1.C00:
third, S500. - The lirst prize for artillery
companies is $500 ; second. $200 ; third.
100. jLntnes will close MaysIst.
It is announced that inside often days
stages will be carrying passengers in 48
hours over the gap between the ends of
the Northen PaciGc road, thus giving
direct communication between the East
ana fortiana without a sea voyage.
Traffic to Western Iiiaho is practically
Brlglit's Disease, Diabetes,
Itidtiey, Liver or Uronary
Have no fear of any of these . diseases
if you use Hop Bitttrs, as they will pre
vent and euro the worst cases,! even
when you have been made worse by
some great puffed uppretended cure.
Fifteen aioux inaians wno arc see
ing Gotham amuse the people at a ho
tei eating with their bands and dress
ing outlandishly. As they wear silk
hats they think they are civilized. This
is a very common mistake among peo
ple besides Indians. Lowell Citizen
'Oh, dear! I'm all tired out!'' exclaim
ed Mrs. Shoppingham: you can't
have parcels sent to the depot now
without paying, you know, and in an
economical fit Tve been lugging this
all about tho city. And with a great
sigh of relief she took a spool of cotton
out of her pocket and deposited it on
the table. Boston Transcript. j
A school teacher asserts that scholars
i who have access to newspapers at home
outstrip those m their studies who do
noi. seo the papers, becoming better
readers and spellers, better gramraar
na nnd writing the best compositions.
besides learning geography and history
quicker. Now is tho time to subscribe.
There was company of , gentlemen
engaged'in a little game of cards in a
prominent gentleman's parlor one
night lately. It grew late, and fears
werojexpressed by the party that they
were trespassing upon the kindness of
the mistress ot tho house, who, by the
way, was not present. "Not at all, gen
tlexnen not at aiil! Play as long as you
please. ; I am Czar here." said the mas
ter of tho mansion. ; Yesgentiemaa,
piay as long as you please," Eaid ac sil-
very voiced and all rose as the mistres
of the house stood before them. "Play
as long as you please, gentlemen! But,
as it is near 1 o'clock, the Czar is going
to bed?" He went. nan rancugo
Themalla close and arrive at the City Pot
office a follow : ..
Northern through ma! la, fast.... '...'..09 P. M.
Jiorthern through and wi 7 malls. . - A. M.
ILalelgh .3.00 P. it. and 6.40 A. M.
Malls for the N. C. Railroad and i
routes supplied therofrom lnclud-
lng A. & S. C Railroad a - 5.40 A. Jtf.
Southern Mails for all "points South,
dally ....6 30 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
wtrn tn4ila f C. C. Kalhrarldallv.
( except Sunday) ......5.00 P. 3L i
AD points between Hamlet and Hal- -elgh
Mailf or Clravr and Darlington Rail
road 6 30 A. M. and 8.00 P. M,
Mails for points between Florence
and Charleston.... A. M. and 8.00 P. U.
FayettevMe aud office on Cape Pear
River, Tuesdays and Fridays. . . . ..1.00 P. M
Fayettevillc, vb Lamberton, dally,
except Sundays.... ,...5.00 P. M.
Onslow C. IL and Intermediate offl
oes, Tuesdays and Fridays .&00 A. M.
Smithvllle malls, by steamboat, dally
(except &unda). i . . .8-30 A. M.
Mails for Easy 11 ill, Town Creek,
Shallotte ana Little Rlvez, Tues
days and Friday. -S,00 A. M.
OPKN FOR, DELIVERT.
WrLrhtsrille. dally .'.....'..'.8.38 A. M.
Northern through and way malls
J30 and 8.00 A. M
Sout hern Malls.
...7.3 A. M
oad 9.45 A. M
m street boxes every day
at 3.30 P. M.
BUmp OQe o
from 8 A. M. to Is M., and
from 2 to 6.15 P.
Mony order and register
iwavfmant smart afimA AJt fltJUYIYi mnCA.
Stamps for sale in small quantities at general
delivery when stamp office la closed.
General delivery open from daylight to dark
and on gundara from to 9.30 Ai
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March 22 Thursday Rocky Mount.
23 Good l-riday rarboro.
25 Easter Day Wilson.
29 XhuKsaay bourn Mills, con
30 Friday Camden.
31 Saturday Newbegun Creek.
For Pocket Knives or Table Cutlery,
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YTe will send free by mall a sample set of
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the undersigned will revive the publication: of
the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER.
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weesiy newspaper, ana win he mailed to sub
scribers, postage paid, at ner annum, al
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on State politics and affairs.
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the Town of Favetteville. to dcvelonthn
agricultural resources of its own and the
ncignboring counties, and to nromntA all ht
concerns tne weuare of the people of North
Opposed to such Innovations on the homelv
ways of our lathers as, In the guise of pro
gres, harm society, the I Observer wllf be
zouna in run sympatny with the new things
born of t&e ehanaed condition of th Smith
which sound judgment or enlightened experl-
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"N PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
superior Court of Brunswick eonntv. r"rli
Term 1883, in an action of foreclosure therein
pending between The First National Bank of
Wilmington as plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
ana wue as defendants, the undersigned. Com
miss loner appointed bv said decree, win mii t
public auction, for cash, at the Court House in
tmitb ille. on Monday, the 10th of April 1883.
at U M, the following real estate, being in the
cvuu v ui Bfuuswic, aujommg ine town of
Wilmington and containing 7C acres, more or
less. Beginning at a marble not in the itmnt.
wick county line on tne South side of tbe great
road or causeway across Eagle Island, and
runs about South with the said county llneUo
a cypress In tbe edge of the Cane Year rivr
at the mouth ot a canal,' then along said
canal about West to Alligator Creek? then
up said creek to said great road or cause w ay,
then along it about Eaet to the beginning.
Excepting from eaid bounds two irrM mn.
veyed to John A. Tavlor bv.T E. a
deed of Jannarv 19th, 1HC4; and also excepting
a lot lying 120 feet from the aforpjkl ri.ni.ti
line and a ong said sreat road 60 feet, fmntinv
with said Brunawiek ronhtv liiu wi.(.k 1...
... . . . z vv "
Jot was reserved bv Alfred Smith i thAfWH
conveTing said land to the said Alex. Oldham.
Wilmington, N. C,
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dec 15 yewiork.
Hulbert BroB. Wholesale
7 oct square, roeewoed.
carved, agraffe.... :1iT:i
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7 Plano.upright.7Vioct.,cabinetpana .t
Organ, 6 sets reeds, 13-rtops, eoop-
Our Pianos and Organs are war
ranted first-class, ij
5 Violin outfit, box, bow, atrlng,com-
cremona model, extra
4 Accordeon, 10 keys, haw box,
6 Accordeon, 6 keys, 1 stop, 2
reeds, perfect. y';:
Month Organs, Vienna concert, a
8 Mouth Organs, Gnatoe RlchterM
11 Month Organs. Genuine Conotn
double M hokstG8!.;....-'
14 CaarloneVenutQe Martin,
17 Fife. In ebdn7Grman alive fersle
16 Alnslc iox, i tune, cran,u""
10 . 8 tunes, wind with xrrtx
90 Violoncello, patent,
M DotSSe BassV pitenV bead,
34 Guitar, maple, nrvchine heaH, v
I nnisn.. .......
27 Banjo. 10 Inch, 4 bras brackeU..-
28 Cornet, brass cornopeon style, cw
and crooks ""','1a
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo Btrtor.
" nrv. ;
Sllrer VloUn, Guitar and Banjo 8tttac
1 BrOS "V'rxrL
Steel Violin, Guitar and Banjo 8trinx.
- -i II Bros... :
Gnt Russian, German or Italian, P
Inatruc3oBookV," Howe's or W toae?.
Havinor Inst mad a rood trade lor AtVzTa
er Sewing Machines, wUImU themior-
while they last. ' I
Money is qu.te safe la commo
plainly addressed. ' via tftU
Terms strictly cash with order. "- ,
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Aarents and dealeri send for onr 4fl T9
alogue. ' - " ess
On above net wholesale prices .
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cau on us when yon come w -7 7 hef
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Hulbert Bros., to the oixly Gener "r"
aale house In St. LouU.- r.nn.. i
xs uuve street. "
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Morris hog cnou i ,
U Just the thing to cure or prfTei "r
era and all diseases to wfcWJJgJ 4
ject; It will prevent that Sx
known as Triehna. and wlU WJbtl
a thrifts heaithT eondlUOa. Cf
xrty.BeaiuiyeOTUiWM-.-T; rlte .
neys, liver, &c . or worms vZi crL
Each package iocoZ.
pounds and wflL If grren J!er3rS
directions. curelO hogs of the Cholera
20 bogs In a,cmxlltloa to fatten to o feJ-
usual time, thereby saytagoi c- xtx
The farmers of Pcplla coontr re
tr sale .wboJeaale Aft&T? '
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