The Daily Review.
JOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
; inLMINGTON. N. C.
THURSDAY. MARCH S3, 1883
Kate ml at the PoetoGcs'at Wilmington, N, C.
. . as second-class matter. , -
A Parliamentary return just issued
i gives tbc number of evictions in Ire-
land wnicn nave corau iu ie uw icuc
fv th oonKtahnlarv durinz the vcar
endingDeccmber 31. 1682, the number
f.mitins rcarlmit f ttl 93 tenants Jinil
I W I 1 1 I I I I t VMM . . '
the number' readmitted as caretakers
during the same period. Tho number
f families evicted - is given as 5,201.
representing 20,830 persons, of whom
198 families, or 333 persons, were re
admitted as tenants, and 2.331 familes,
to ra noranna wnrn readmitted as
caretakers. In Ulster there were 1,176
1.467. and Minister. 1 ,47a
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American Register: The South, im
rnfttnrn'alftWS. has & lHOnODOlv pf
cotton production. Under tho unob
; structod natural operation of these laws,
&s in the olden time, tho South would
grow enormously rich; but the Federal
government repeals nature V code by
conceding forty per cent. . premium to
"northern industries and taking the same
percentage from southern loil, making
profits of the industries of the two
sections of tho Union ; and yet we are
gravely told that the South devotes too
much timo and energy to cotton pro
cuction. and therefore its pronuessness.
Tho solemn advice given thp South by
tviteacros is simply absurd. There is
no reason in tho nature of things, and
Bliss first came here'he "was content to
board at the rate of $4 50 a day. When
be found how easy it was to get hi3
bills through he hired a parlor at the
rate of 10 a da v." While Geo Bliss
occupies 10 a day! apartments and
draws $150 a day salary ilhere is no
probability of the star route trials com
ing to a speedy conclusion.
i - '
"Koiurh oh Rats." -
Clears out" rates mice, roaches, flies,
ants, bed bugs, skupks, chipxnnks.
gophers 15c Druggists. t .
only in this unequal and unjust lcgisla
Uoa of men. for the poverty of cotton
The Egyptians have a,000,000 acrcg
planted in cotton, the annual crop aver-
aging a vaiuc oi fcwiuw.uw. iut mi?
soil is reported to bo rapidly losing us
value, both the cotton and sugar cane
culture exhausting it in.a few years.
This might easily be remedied by the
nse of suitable fertilizers, but the Egyp.
... . i.' . . j
tian isllans. ar siUDDorniy prejuuiceu
against any such course. They have
alwavs relied on tho annual Nile inun
dation to do their fertilizins, but
though this provos sadly insufficient in
the case of cotton planting, they refuse
a few years' experience with short crops
will lead them to take a broader view
of the subject. . Heretofore. a3 the
ground gave out they have substituted
other crops and shitted the cotton to
new fields, but it is stated that the
irreater part of the land 5 suitable for
cotton culture has already been tried.
anu tuab avaiiauiu ucw siuuuu up
Atlanta Journal: The Earl of Da'
honsio has sent an autograph letter ac
comoanylng a circular to the Govern
ors of all our States, and the press gen
erally, requesting their opinion respect
ing the working of tho laws allowing.
or nor nroniDiunz. marnacc wiin a
deceased wife's sister. The Augusta
News' 'Without knowing the
personal intent of his Lordship in the
matter, we do not hesitate" to say that
it works 'just splendid1 here, so far as
our knowledge and experience extends.
'Most of our people look upon it, too, as
" fulfilling In the completest manner the
object of .marriage. That the maternal
aunt of one's children becomo should
their step-mother is tar preferable to
the introduction of a strange mother,
who could not have any sympathy with
them. Into the family. This reminds
us of the caso of Governor Claiborne,
of Mississippi, who, after taking four
wives from one family returned at last
tor tho fifth, when the old gentleman
warned him to take care of her health,
'ai she'was tho last, and if he came
again he 'supposed ho-would have to
give him the old woman." -'
Taxes under the new law distilled
spirits, 90 cents per gallon; wines in
imitation of champague. but not from
domestic grapes. 10 cents per pint ;
. stamps for distilled spirits for export,
10 cents: stamps for distilling ware
house, for rectified spirits, for whole
sale liquor dealers, for special bonded
, warehouses, for re warehousing, for
tobacco for export, for Imported spirits,
10 fnta ftaeV: formented Honors, beer.
etc, $11 per barrel ; cigars per 1 JOOO. $3 ;
cigarette per 1,000, 50 cents; chewing
and smoking tobacco, 8 cents - per
nonnd r snuff. 8 cents ncr txmnd : dealers
In manufactured tobacco, $5 per annum ;
fieaien in leat, i- per annum; manu
facturers of tobacco, $24 per annupi;
manufacturers of cigars, $6 per annum;
oannfactnrers of stills, $50 per annum;
and for each still manufactured $20;
brewers, $5; pefa!crs of tobacco, first
class $40, second class $15," third class
ATJ20,. fourth class $3.60; wholesale
dealers in malt liquors $50; wholesale
The s?cond revision or the Old .Teita
ment has been completed, j . , (
Connterfeits ot the stanuaru snver
dollars aro extensively circulated in
Indjana and Ohio, i , I !
The Mutual Union I.Telegraph Com
pany has withdrawn its wires from the
Chicago bucket-shops. t
The deacons elected by the Baltimore
Methodist Conference were required to
pledge them selvs t.o abstain ironi the
use of tobaco. j i
.Over twenty railroad bills were intro
duced in tho Minnesota! Legislature.
They were killed by the process of in
definite postponement. Thb Legisla
ture adjourned. . 1 j (
The work of printing a complete lidt
of government pensions, growing out of
Mr. Beck's resolution, has been besun
at the government printing office. The
names, post-office and address of 565,
000 pensioners will appear iri the-work,
fiiling six volumes of .750 pages each
The work will be finished about July I,
and will cost about 57,000. - . !
Reader, can you believe that thecrea
tor afflicts one-third of mankind with a
diseaso for which there is-i no- jremedy?
Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Golden Medical
Discovery" has curedjhundreds of cases
of'consumption, and men are living to
day healthy, robust ir,o i whom phy
sicians prouounced incurable, j because
ono iunf; was almost Koue. benci two
stamps for Dr Picrcp's pamphlet
Consumption and Kmdred AHectibnsj
Address World's Dispensary Medical
'Association, Kuflaloj N. Y. m-th.
"Of any imnortance!?2exclairncd
J'arvcnu. "Well, I - should think tho
is! Why, sbe ami both daughters
have got tickets to the Vender bi It fancy
ball!" - !..-"
VYe3," sav8 Mrs. Silvermino, j' we're
going tew Yourope in May, and will
take in Parass, Veeanna, lJurlirie and
atfthem other cities as what Ss fre
ouented by fashionablo fplks like we
Mrs. Somebody has been requested to
return to her pa and ma by lier hus
band, who is tired of living with n wife
who continually flirts with other wives"
husbands. And so f-he leaves her, and
he takes the children! laud goes to
Europe. j A
Yes, them are pretty; plates," and
Mrs. Parvenu at her dinner parly last
night; "real nice, ain't they?) You see
my husband loaned the, crockery man
500, which he couldn't! pay back, and
so we took it out in plates. Do take
another chunk ot beef.'!, j
Ono of the leading "dudes" 'imagined
himself dangerously ill the other day
and sent his "body s-ervani'l lor a phy
sician. The medical man felt his pulse
and made an inspection ot ibis tongue,
and then remarked: Yours is a seri
ous case,young man."'From what am I
suffering, doctor?" inquired the non
larmed "dude." "From pointed shoe-,
elevated shirt collar, too-tight trous-
re, Ntwaiarked: coat and gmeral
ijiocy," responded Dr. Candor.
"And," he continued, as he took
up his hat and prepared to . de
part, "my advice to yon I is to
ifo on a farm a farm where you can
get plenty of mi.!"
angry r very!
Was tho "dud"
Mrs. Lulu Reed, of Mathews, N. C,
sajs "I received great beneht from
Brown's Iron Bitters in general debili
Gen, Simon Bplivar Buckner Is men-
tioncd as a candidate for
Some of President Arthur's Iriends
say that he has no ambition to be Prcs
ident another term.): j'
The newly-elected I mayor! of Lewis-
ton, Me., is Alonzo Garcclon, SJr , and
not the. ex-GovernorJ as has been
stated in the papers of the 'country.
J. R. Dodge, statistician of jtjbo Agri
cultural .Department says, that no re
ports of damage! to j growing .wheat
have been received by ' Jura. lie says
that future disasters alone can Injure
tne crop. n . i ,
jk. u. uourne43 inq ncpuoiican i can
didate for governor of Uhodo Island
this year, llc isj at present State Sena
tor for'Bristoi and possesses the stand
ard Republican qualifications of being
a wealthy manulacturer;." ? j
Madame Bismarck has received from
tho Shah of Persia the I highest decora-
: f !.. i : i J i i
nun fji iiiab i euipire, aa uonor never
before bestowed on a) woman. The
Star of the Sun.is lairgn enough to cov
er half a nioderpball dress .bodice.
Bright's Disease, ' Iiabctes,
Kidney, Lircr or , Uronary
Iisoaso. i 1 i ,..)'
Ilave no fe,r of any of these diseases
if you use Hop Bitttrs, as they will pre
vent and cure the worst i cases, even
when yon have been made worse by
some great puifed ( nppretended' cure.
The Florida Times says that it 13 im
possible to supply the demand for oran
gf s'from the SLotc. A large j immigra
tion of orange growers is soon expected
M. : A. L , ' 1 -
10 arrive ixiero ironi vai norma.".
liquor ucaicrv 4uimiv
25: rectifiers , of 500 barrels ioon
lr3 in Tf fnhfuwi. .250: and
4tan umiwg . -mr i
for annual sales over $1000, 30 cents on
xsch dollar., , ... '"
rr-'V.!5"2a . Critic: When George
V P ""
Wfaat Scycn Could not do.
Nashvilix Tcnn April 6, 18S1.;
nil .WAiiNEi: & Co jStrs Seven
physicians could nbtf do - for, me. what
your Safe Kidney and Liver Core ac
complished. Hopelessly sick with kid
ney diseases, it restored me to perfect
ThemaR close and arrive at tbe City Poet
office aa follow : .
Northern through mail, fast....... .8.00 P. M.
Northern through and wiy malls.... 5. 40 A. M.
Kaleiirh , 5.00 P. M. and 5.40 A. M.
M&1U for" the N. C Railroad and I
cnmnliad therefrom lnclud- i
Ins A. A N. C. fiallroad a - ..J... 6.40 A. M.
souinern juuu-u iw " iwuiuwum,
I daily 6 30 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
Western malla (C. CKallway)daUy, i
(excenl Sunday). ...5.00 P. SL.
aii nninbi J iwwn llamlet and Sat
eh.T...:...:.... i 5.00 P. M.
Mill for i?heraw&iidDar!uiffton Rail
road.. L.6 30A. M. an.i 8.C0 F. JI.
Mail for joints between Florence
and Charleston.... 6.30 A. SI. and 8.00 P. M.
Favctteville aid office on Cape Fear
Uiver, TuedayB and Fridays 1.00 P. M
Favpttp.viile. via. Lamberton. dallr. I
nicont Sundays. -"i. ...... .....5.00 P. M.
I Onflow C. 1L and intermediate offi-
I . . -m mm as am Jk-m. m m m'
ccs. Tuesdays ana mnaays .uvw a, jo.
Smith vUle malls, by steamboat, daily
(except Sundays) ,. .&J30 A. M.
Malls for Easy HUl. Town Creek, ,
Shallotte and Little .River, Tues
days and Fridays. 6.00 A. M.
! OPEN YOR DELIVERY.
Wrightsville, daUy.. 8.30 A. If.
Northern through and way malla
7.30 and 8.00 A. M
Southrn Mails..... 7.30 A. M
Carolina Central Jfcdlroad 9.45 A. M
. Mails coIkxtetlTrom street boxes every day
at 3.30 r. M. -Stamp
Office open from 8 A. M. to i2 M., and
from 2 to 5.15 P. M. Money ordeT and Kogieter
Department open same as stamp office.
i stamps for sale in small quantities at general
delivery when stamp office is closed.
General delivery open from daylight to dark
and on SundajB from 8.30 to 9.30 A. ML !
i '- f.
Quarterly Meetlnjrs r
For the Wilmington district of1 the
Methodist E. Church, South : j
(CONCLUS'ON FIRST ROUND,)
Newton Grove Mission,. . . . .Mar. 21
Point Caswell Mission, at .
Providence ..Mar. 27
j .R. O. Hcrton. P. E
"Dr. Benson's Celery and Chammc
mile'Piils are worth thtir weight ' in
cold in nervous and sick headache."
Dr. II. II. Schlichter. of Baltimore.
Wanted Teachers !
8teady employment durin?
. M a . m . '
f eb Sti 4w
Sniine r a
J. C MCCURDY CO.
When I say cur I do not mean merely to atop them lor
Itluifi and ihen hnve them rot urn ag-nin. I mean arjdj
Hl cure. I hare tb disease of FITS, EM1XPSY
r FALLING EICKN63 a lUo-lonj Study. IwarroDtril
remedy to ctiro tbo worst cases. Becaos otbera haw
fulled fs no roason for not iktw rwclTlny a cure. Igcnd
onco for troatlso and a r Bottle of my lfT&UlbM
rcTwIy. Give Express ani rot OtSca. 1& OObU yua
vtlila(r fnr o tril, snd I will rare yn.
' Address - U. Q. ROOT. IS3 reart St.. 'w Tort
Free ! Cards j& Chromos.
We will send free by I mU a sample 'set o
our large German, french ana American
Chromo Carlf , on tinted and' gold grounds'
with a urice lidt f over 200 differ-at ileaigns,
oa l-eoclpt of a stamp , for postage. We will
alio eend free by mali a? samples, ten of our
i.uatitlrul Cbrumos, on receipt or ten cents w
ay f or packimc and postret nlo enstosea
confidential price lit of ur laige oil chromos.
agents wanted. Addie'S F. Gleason & CO..
6(5 summer Street, Boston, Mass.
fen 2rt 4w
Mothers Head This !
t stone Ridoe, N. Y.
Vax Decsex BH09. Dear Mrs : Your
Woem Confections have ieen invaluable t
us uur miie ooy. two vears oiu. aiscuurca
over thirty worm in a few days, using only a
few of your v oim Confections. 1 am glad to
bar testimony to the value of VonDeusen't
w orm coiilectioos. lours.
KEV. J. L-McSMB.
Try them 25c a box. r
feb2-4w hineton N. Y.
tnnu ! r sttn sttt t fvrnifrr
iDkO I III I I1C VlllIILU
8AVPLE8 07 UZXI. BEHT !
MCRTH CABCtlHA HltlSTOSE CO.
Branch Oftice, Chnriotte, N. C
CIT-iLWNTION TIII3 rAPEIl
Lime, Kainit and Plaster !
BUILDING LIME, AGRICULTURAL LIME
CARBONATE OF LIME, KAINIT,
LAND PIASTER AND MARL.
AND VERY CHEAP. Send for Circular
Rocky Point. N. C.
B . o
All.Slzea and Prices, from fSO.00
AXD BURGLAR PROOF BATEB,
AckDowlodged by the beet autborltlea to be the
BEST SAFE MADE,
Extract from Scientific American edltorUl of
Feb. 11th, 18S2; "We are also aaked aatothe
beet fire proof &afeo. We say MAR YETS."
Ajreat at WITmTngton.
rS given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
"Winter it. strengthens and ;
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease ; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs ;
in. the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron I Bitters ensures per
fect health through the
changing seasons, it disarms
the danger fronL impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
case, &d . . . i ' ?
- ' ' . i '.- ;
I H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Lc
Droit . Building, Washing
ton, D. C., writes, Dec. 5 th,
GentUmcn : I talce pleas,
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma
laria and, nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of limitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with - something recom
mended as "just as goody
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
John L. Boatwruylit's
Kolier Process Flour.
For Beauty, Strength
i . . . . 1 .
Purity, and Bread pro
ducing qualities, it is
I -. .
tlie highest attain-
Guaranteed in every Instance
IT WILL PROVE ALL WE CLA M
JOHN L. B0ATWRIGHT
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. ! : -1 i '' r .:..:
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' -. f j . j i . ; - i
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day. Everything is hew and first elasa. Po
lite waiters and courteous attendants.
: GaiM and Oysters In season. PTine
Wines, liquors andlfars. I I
nor la r. A. SCHDTTK. Prop
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the Twn of-Fayetteville, to develop the vast
agricultur 1 resources of Its own and the
neignboring counncs, and to promote all thai
co ce-ns the welfare of tho people of Isorth
Opposed to such Innovations on the homely
ways of our fathers as, in the gu'se of pro
gres, harm society, the observer will be
found in full sympathy with the new things
born of tre banned condition of the South
which sound jwtpment or enlightened experi
ence find to be -also good. . '
As to he rest: it. will strive to deeerve th
reputation of the name it inherits,
feb 10 I K.' J. If ALE, JR.
4 Bushel Oat Sacks.
not, life Is sweeping
by, go and dare be
fore you dio, some-
thinflr mlfirhtT and
sublime leave behind to'conquer time." t& a
week in your wn town. $5 outfit free. No
risk. - Evervthinjr new. Canltal nocreanired
Wc will fcrnish rou everrthlnsr. Minr'ue
making fortune. Ladles make as - much as
men, and boys and eirls make sreat nav.
Reader, if you want business at which voucan
make great pay all the time, write for partlcu.
ars to IT. Hallett & Co.- Pcrtiid. iialao.
JN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF TIE
5..perior Court of Brunswick county, at Fall
Term lisS!, in an action of foreclosure therein
pending between The Urst National Btk of
Wilmington 3 plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
and wite as defe- da nts, the undersigned. Com
missioner appolmed bv said decree.ulll re I at
public auction, for c h. atth Court HoUfe in
Mnith ll!e. on Monday, the lOtn of April 1883,
at 1- Mthe fidliwing real rst-'tc, being In the
conn y of Brunswick, adjoining the town uf
H llmlngton and containing 7t acres, more or
less. Beginning at a marble post in the Bruns
wick county lino on toe Sout h side of the great
road or causeway across Fagle Jsland, and
runs about South with the said county line. to
a cypress in the eoge of t e rape fear river
at the mouth ot a canal, the. along said
canal about West to Alligator Creek, thn
n said creek to sxW great road or cause ayJ
then akang it about East 10 tbo beginning
KxceDtlntr from said bound tvn urn
! veyetl t' John A. Tay lor by A. E. Gregg by
oeea pi januaf jjn, isoh ami also excepdng ;
a tot lying 1 feet irom the aforesaid cou ty I
line and a ong aid great road W feet, fronting j
the same ana extending back 100 feet parallel j
with said Krunswick ohi.tr li-e, which las
lot was reserred by-Alfred rmlth In the deed i
oonveTing said land to the said Alex. Oldham.
Wilmington N. C. ,
M. SCHLOSS, 'Prop. ; .
jpxOTCLASS IN EVERT RESPECT.
JtZT irHZzzi , par itnd lilLUAUD BA
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HARPER'S YOTJNG PKOPLK,
rer 1 ear. roatflee rreuaia.
k ingle NiTMRKks. Fi.ufOnts etch.
8p cimen copy nent on reef lptef Tbrrt C'l
1 he Volumes of Harjer's Young Pfopl (
1881 and 1S&, handaonely bound b illumlsi
ted Cloth, will be sent by mail. petUftpn
paid, on receipt of $3 00 each. Cotct ,w
Young 1'eopie for 18t2, 35 cenft; poeUft, C
rents additional ' i
Itemittances ehonldbemaue br ?otlVZi
Money Order or Draft, to a toM chance of
hewspapers are not to copy this sdTtrUi
ment without tne express oruer 01 uxi
Brothers. Address . m
i I HAEPEB BJSOTTriM,
dec IS ! ew i0'
flulbert Bros. Wholesal:
Price List -
Piano, 7 oct,
13 Organ, iseta reeos,9 stops and ft ana
Organ, sets reeds, 13 Btopa,cour
ler, sub-basa....;. "l',V
Our Pianos and Organs are war
ranted nrst-class. JL
3 Violin outfit, box,bow, "t
3 VIoun cremona model! cxtri ftM .
4 Accordeon, 10 keys, base box,
6 AccordTOn,"Vkey6, 1 atop, 5 acta
- - reeds.perfect.. .""'"Ill ll'JT'tt
Month Onrans. Vienna concert,
' 8 Mouth Onrans.
holes, G S.........V"
n fnnth oming. Genuine
double 24 tea,G8.....'' ,
U Clarionet, genuine Martin. ,
boxwood ".Y'wIvm I
17 Fif et in ebony, German sllvel W j
16 Music Box, f tune, crank, ,
19 " "8 tunes, wind wltn ,
- - "
SO VlokinceUoVlpVtenC' f. t
23 Double Bad" patent bead, I J f
24 Guitar, maple, nrichme beC 4
I finish........ t
27 Banjo. 10 inch, 4 brass bra
128 Cornet, brass cornopeon style, t
and crooks """IZ.'nuA '$
30 Drum, brass, PrussLnn.OTuaD
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo bwr
I H Bros..- i-"STSarti i
811ver Violin, Guitar and BBiJJ
Bteel Vtolin,uiand Banjo 8tti&l.
! II Hroa.. :'"Zlt
Gtft, Rulan, German or Italian.
any Instrument... '"V'lZ joO F
er BcwlnVMachlnes, willseU theow"
wh ie they last. , ,
Money is qu.te aaie v -vr"
plainly addressed. , , fr3 t
Terms strictly cash with order.
stamps. ' - pt
Agents and dealers send for our w f
alogue. .. . . mstz'
On above net wholesale price
make 100 per cent, profit, i . uv-Js-.
Call on us when you come toJ"-i
References : Any bank or
m the city. ' . rvtsC
Ilulbert Bros., Is the only Geoer
sale house In St. Louis. rtrvr sC?
923 OUre Street.
Jan 13-lr .
A. G. RICAUD, .
j-JNDEU NEW MANAGEMENT, ' j
"I , : " ' WILMINGTOK, K. C
- ; B. L. PEEET, Proprietor. r f
L&te Proprietor Atlantic UotcL" nrst-Class
la a4 Ua ftppolntoeata. Tcrsis C2Lt3 to C-3-C0
llj-OUEIS hog cnoixBA co
hTjust the thing to cure otSS
era and all diseases to Jdfal c
ject ; U . wtU prevent . tea" 2Tv 1
known as Trlchnaa. nd wUl Tri t
a thrifty, healthy D0ma:S-' ,
.Each paskage contains -r.
pounds and wlil, .aJt
StrfictioM. cure 10 hogs of tM V- ne t-
i to t
a rin J
Th f arm-TS Of UVVua hnT a I
All iarmcj" -
curecuons, cure to Dr
20 oog-.in ewd don to jf cf t
usual time, theivby
Tor sale .oleJ&''