The Daily Review.
JOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
MONDAY. MARCH 26. 1883
KnUred at tho Postoffiee at Wilmington, N. C,
' as second-class natter.
;Tba Kcw England cotton-mill lords
are Importing: cheap female labor into
their ostabli shraenta... Gno lot ot 50
- . cirls has just been brought into Ner
. Hampshire to run American labor oat
and redaw the wages, now below the
British standard. In Connecticut the
barons hare bean importing Swedish
girls for the same purpose. How sedu
lously the protected sect look after the
interests of the American people !
. It has been computed by a oorrea
pondent of the National Eepnblican
that tho railroads' are keeping 138,000.
QQQ acres of unearned land out of the
. market." This is a territory four times
as large as New York with enough be
sides to da plicate New Hampshire,
ilassachasetts abd New Jersey. You
could set Penrisylrania, with, her. 23,
000,000 acres, down in ono corner of
this ensrmous territory, and bavo land
eaough left to cut up into States the
size of Ohio. Illinois. Indiana and
A movement anticipatory of the bat
tle of Dorking took place in England
last month by tho combined forces o
Shomcliffc, Dover and Canterbury,
upon the approach of the roads to Do-
Ter. The purpose was to test tho prac
ticability of protecting the mouth of the
Channel Tunnel from the risk of sudden
invasion, and every manoeuvre had that
. result for its object. Thii demonstra
tion will form a ver? important portion
' of tho evidence to g given before the
Mlect committee on the tunnel scheme.
The opinion of tho officer at the con
elusion of the strategic work was inim
ical to tho tunnel.
John B. Marston, confidential clerk
for the Equitable Trust Company " of
Hew York, has stolen $80,000 and gone
froodbinewards with his wife and child
It Is said that Marston Jias lor years
past pocketed a regular percentage of j
tho money which passed: through his
bands, and that the " amount ho thus
embezzled on ono or two occasions was
- nearly a thousand dollars; For four
years he kept up his thefts, living in the
mean time in good style, and managing
to disarm all suspicion, finally, when
he saw that he could ho longer conceal
his dishonest operations, he ran away.
.Well, this is tho old story again, and it
contains the same old lessons by which
' both clerks and employers can profit if
Senator Van Wyck, shortly before
adjournment of Congress, had passed a
resolution calling upon the Secretary of
the Treasury for copies of tho vouchers
audited by ; the department of justice
for special attorneys' fees since January
, 1882. Tho principal object which
t- w i i i
AXTm w aa u jck wan unueraiouu iu uave i
mww www oswiwim m? wuuuius
that have been paid to the attorneys in I
the sUr route esses. The document con
taming, wis tiDionaauou just iMsen
printed, showing an aggregate amount
ot fees paid to sial cousel since that I
data of 15115.8517 This does not include
Jttn Vw f i'nnaena
. otter -court expenses. The total
amount to ueorge Jiliss is sa.uoy ; to-1
tal to Merrick, $20,000; total to Ker.
CS3.019; amounts paid Wells, Gibson
and Cook make up the $115,854.
The Washington correspondent ot the
Louisville 0?wrter-JornaZ says: "It
is stated more or less authoritatively
that Jay Gould, the Western, Union
Telph Company d th. Bel. Tele-
paono Vxompaay are eucu m
xaoTemeat to cet control of the telephone
TJnioa Company Is beginning to realize
that tho time la, perhaps, not iar distant
when the telephone will largely super-
fiede the telegraph, ana it is arranging
to savo itself. The Western Union aiyl
Itell Telenhono UomnanT Dr0D0S8 toatiaiaiu ior one j. inroad and
the local companies which own the ex
changes shall water their . stock to the
amount of a third of iu present value
and give their stock to them . In return
they propose, first, that the Western
Union wires shall be used by the tele-
p b no companies, and eecond, that the
Bell Telephone Company shall sell their
isstrnmenta to mo iooai companies
instead of renting them, as now. The
scheme.. is. a grand one. "When the
Western Union stock begins to decrease
In ralna the telenhono stock will bo in- j
creasing all the while."
, Y nnV c a i
The sale of 40.000 acres Of land in
m-iAm Uxr Afr A T Under
gtut.ts j ... i
f Thil1lnti?'i- dnrinsr -a recent !
,r !' . tl
if v.a Knn fnllv ronsumrhated bv I
clty 00011 luuy consummati oy i
toO Payment Ol ICO money lO tUU Xiuii-
. , , t '
da Iand and Improvement uompanj,
i-namoro f thfl l.ind. An exehance
v.r. - w i
says that the land is m orange county
and the syndicate is composed of lead-
tbeir lands is compreheasire and rath
. Tfi Tsrholft tract will bo 1 lv
divided by General Manager ! Undcr-
man into twenty-acre farms, upon each
of which a frame dwelling hcuse will
bo erected. At least two acres on each
tract will be cleared, by the company.
The larms will bo sold to emigrants at !
saw eaciJ. wJuca will lnclutio all im
provements made byj the company.
The payment will be made in easy in
stalments. A stronz I effort will be!
made to induce Italian emigration, 'for
the purpose of introducing Sin Florida
tho growth of tho I silk-wprm. On the
land of the company fruits of all kinds,
eugar, rice, cotton and early veg
bles lor the Northern market will be
grown. It is thought I the settler wili
be able ta earn a. g6od living during his ;
urai years resilience, l lie company
will furnish for the use of thej- colonists
mm m ' (
at once a library, and a lecturo-hall
will be erected, wbero tho people will
be enabled, by the liberality of the
managers, to listen to: discourses on
subjects which will be" useful to them
in their e very-day life
Quick, complete cure, all annoyinsr
ruaney, isiaauerana urinary JJjscases
$1. Druggists. j
Senator Ravard will sopn go to Flor- j
iaa to meet his wile, who has been
tnere lor several weeks.
Brady admits that he conspired with
Dorsey to carry Indiana
that was the only tiiao.
Mr. Blackbourn is reported to be
willing to retire from tho canvass for
the speakership, provided Sir. Carlisle
will promise not to oppose his Senator
ial aspirations, j j
The President, it is said. i3 annoyed
at the extravagance joi the Dakota Ter
ritorial Legislature, which ho fears
will lead to ultima'? repudiation. And
yet ho trains with Mahone.
Lord Dunraven 'intends to propose
at the present session of Parliament
motions in favor of legislation on be
half of Irish laborers and lor a
scheme of emigration m order to
vent a recurrence ot distress in
land. I i
jt 13 saw mat tne tusseritins: opinion
of Mr. Justice Field "in J the Virginia
bond case is to bo disseminated all over
the countr in the shape of h, tastefulh
gotten np pamphlet printed in bold and
nrrriof irrt trno firvrvn moo miOA!.rrl vr
vfci av kt v j uvu viuu is. a sjut cu kJc
per. it isaiso pretty certain tnere wti
be a wide call for his dissenting opiniori
in the Louisiana bond case.
Mr. L. S. Wood, Newborn t N
says: "I have found
Bitters and excellent tonic and appe
Tho nowsapapera often print the "Iasf
words of men" of men, but never those
of women. The latter would lake too
much room and croud out all the ad
A Brooklyn lady caneht a burglar in
her room, aad cbnipe.led him to marry
I CI' .1. . I f :
uur. -oiuce inis lerrrtoio ounisnnjeni
there has been a creat fal
ins oftT in the
number of robberies in Brooklyn, and
it is proposed to cut
n the police
torco one half.
Customer IIavo you any first-class
musical instruments P'1 Shoemaker
"Yes, sir ; best stock in town, sir ; can't
nnnt u hAat. nh ?l .WV unmoH i
. -:: ' .t
uiucer Jones, wnen are you on
guard at the powder magazine, and a
i ? . . -
raa passes smoking a cigar, wnat do
throw it away Officer And then?"
Jones "I pick it up smoke the rest of
A witty nobleman once asked a cler"
icai cenueman at, iiib - ooiiora cu inu
fan ft wh V thfl ffonift. wnon f hnr wna nno
Wft -iWJ,va runpr next to t k rr-'
Keally, my lord," said the elercyman,
"your qncstion is somewhat difficult t
answer and so remarkably odd that I
vow 1 shall never see a tr6ose aeain
without being reminded of
Wliat Seven Gould not do.
Nashville. Tenn., April 6, 1681
II H Warner & Co.; Sirs Seven
coruplishcd. - llopetessly sick wkh kid-
ncy diseases, it restored me to perfect
THE MAILS- I
Thtrmalls cloee and arriro
at liie City Poet
o5ce 1 as follows :
Northern through mails, faat-. s.0
route euppliod therefrom Laalud
IxiZ Jl. &S.C. Railroad a-M ..L. Ji0 A. M.
Oally ..5Sja.ji. &mt a.CXJ i,
Weetcrn maila (C. C.Iiailway) daily.
(except Sunday)..- s.O!j r.
All points between Uamlet aiwl Ka-
eisrh. 4 J . 1 . Jb.vi I. M.
Mailfor Cuerawand Darlinten XaX.
road ..? m a. aij anrl s.oo Y. M.
ilalla for itoints berween, Florenje
and Caarleston.....50 A. M. a id 3.00 P. U.
2.00 P. M.
FayettevlDo, via Limbertoc, toilyt
exceuS Sundays... ..........i. ... ...S.C0 P "M.
Onalow C H. and intermediate olfl-
ce, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A- JI.
Smitlivllle mails, byBteamboat, daily
(exceit Sundays). ; S.S0A.M.
Hill, Toyrm Creek.
Shallotte aim Little River J Tues
day and 1-Yidays ...i. .e.CO A. 31.
Wrtehtsviiie, daily 4 .3.20 A
Northern tarougb. and way raaila
7.30 awl S. OA A. M
southern Mails i 7.30 A. M
Carolina Central KalLroad...li..,..i 9.45 A. M
Maila collectea Irom street ibexes everyday
StamP Office open from 8 A. M. to i25T;, and
from 3 w 5l5 r Mi Money order ami liegistsr
ijepartmens open biue na eiamp oumx.
Stamps for sale in small quaniitica at reneral
delivery when stamp office ia closed.
General delivery oien frpmdayli;bt to dark
and on ounoars iron ou to a. jvi.
Don't bo Alarmed
and lastingly euro jon, and it is the onr
thizz that will. - i
will cure dyspepsia Jieartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and . purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does net color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations wUL
' Ladies and all sufferers from neu
Talgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plalnti, will had it without an equal.
GUNS AND CUTLERY !
A FIXE ASSOttTMEirr or I
Muzzle and Breech-Loader
Revolvers and Ammunition,
SPOONS & FORKS,
A VERY LARGE VARIETY OF
MST Popular prloea to au!t all a
t HARDWARE DEPOT,
iee 22-tf No. 10 South Front St
the industrious. Best busi
ness now before the public.
Capital not needed. We
wifl start you. Men. women, bora and eirls
wrasatett everywhere to work for us. ; Now is
the the time. -You can work in spare time, or
s$v e your whole ! time - to the business. No
otier business will pay vou nearly as well.
S one can fail to make enormous pay, by - en
araginx at once. Costly outflt and terms free.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Ad
'ixees True & Co. , Auguta,'Maine.
W ountai n B u 1 1 e r .
A FEW PACKAGES IN ROLLS
FOR SAIX AT LOW P8ICE3.
H A LL & PEARS ALL
mch 12 I ..
JpiRK A2fl BUBOLIt PBOOF 8ATES,
AllSLees and Prieee, tram fSO.OO to
Acknowledged by tbeivont aataorittcsto be the
BE3T SAFE MADE,
. Extract from SdrrtJjlc American editorial of
Fclk HLh. l&si: MQo are also a&ked as to Uie
best lire proof safes . We tay MABVDrs.i
A A. WILLARD.
dec 1'J ! Aeeot at Wilmington.
v Foreclosure Sale.
Y TTSTUE OCT THE POWER F .SALE
la a certain deed made by J.J.
Ellis a fid wife to T. B. Lippltt, as Trustee for
Koatw right & McKoy and tneir neirs ana s
Mfms, and recorded la Book P PP. pajre
232, of the Records of New Hanover county,
the U' derizned as Attorney for i he said trus
tee, t rill sell to the Highest bidder for cash at
the C rt House door in the city of Wilmlnjr
ton, on Monday April 2nd. 133, at 19 o'clwck,
il the rollowlos described property sitvato in
sai city, beginaini: at the? Northwest inicr
see'iSon of Tenth with Chestnut street, ru"8
thence North with the Western line of Tenth
street 50 feet, thence West along Erambertfs
line 16 po'es to Hunt's line, thence 8outh 60
fett to Chestant street, thence along the North
line of Chestnut, street 15 poles to the begin.
nie. J, D. iJELLAilY, Jr.,
lach VA3 " : AUomey.
Jolin L. Boatwiifflifs
Roller Process Flour.
For Beauty, Strength,
.. . '- i
Purity, and Bread pro-
' J-:': : v . :; ' . . 1
ducing qualities, it is
tlie highest attain
Guaranteed in every Instance
TRY IT, XT WILL PROVE ALL WE CL4 M
rfOHN L. B0ATWSIGHT
rUE UNDERSIGNED WOULD SE9FE-CT1..
fuDy annotmoo that be has just fitted up at No
3, Granite Row, South Front eL, a restaurant
Ladles and Gentlemen,
where laeala aac
refreshments may be had at ail honra of tb
day. Everything is new and first las&. Io
lite waiters and oonrteoua attendants.
IVGame and Oysters In season. iFlm
! : . ' I.
Wines, Liquors andlare.
HOT 18 F. A. 8CHTTTTE. Prrtp
f n fl people are always on
2if li li! liT the lookout for chan
jLja ZL iO3 'Increase their
QES imii i iearniiicrs. and hi time'
eonie wealthy ; those who do uot improve
i:eli opportunities remain In poverty, vve ol
era great eh - nee to ma e money , We want
many men, woreen, boys and girls to work for
iw right .n their own localities. Any one can
do the work properly from the first start. Th
basin' ss will pay more than . ten ! times ordi
nary wages. Expensive outfit furnished free
So one who engages fails to make money rap
idly. You can devoe your whole time to the
work, or only your spare moments. Full in
formation and all that la needed gent free. Ad
dress 3tin on & Co., Portland, Maine,
nov HUJAw tf. "
FINE WINES AND
H. BRUNHILD & BRO.,
No. 2 Granite Eow,
Wilmin gto n , . C .
Tr-OULD JRESPECTFULLT ANNOUNCE
to the public that they have lately imported
from, first handsHn Europe, and which la now
in bond at Custom Tlouse. ; i i
ALSO A LARCp QUANTITY OF
Ports of the Finest Boliauet,
And most celebrated brands.
They have furthermore added to their full
and well selected stock a complete line of
FRENCH CORDIALS AND LIQUERS suitable
to the palate of the most fastidious. ;
The Rochester Brewing Company, through
Meears. Henry L. Becker & Co., have driven
then the agency for their "Export Beer" and
whloh does not want fo praise from all qnar-
tcrs. They solicit patronage.
Electric AppUaAcet are sent en 30 Days TrlaL
TO Mtfl OflLY, Y0U?aQ OR OLD,
-tttBO a.m rofferinc trim Kkrtots Debuxtt,
V I""st VrrAi-rrr, Lacx. or Seutx ; Fosce asu
Viooa. V.'Aartsa Wzaxxxsses. and all tUr l!eaet
oS & PEESOKil. Xatcbe ruUinsr from Abcs3 and
Otkeh Cacsej. 6pdy relief anl pompitt re?to-
, ration Of HlUXTTI.V I'KS &Drt iiAMICJD V ""TT ED.
TUe ndest dJTrr of the Sineteentb Cntary.
. Bend t oaco for IUaitra.til I'araphlt Iroe. Addreed
j VOLTAIC BUT CO.. MAESHAll,
Wilmington, N. C.
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Commissioner's Sale, j 1
JN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Superior Court of Brunswick coanty.'at Fall
Term 1S8-. in an action of foreclsnre therein
pending between The Kl at National Br k of
Wilmington s plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
and wite as defe- dants, the undersijf ned; Com
missioner appointed by said decree.wlll e 1 at
public auction, lor cfch, htth court itouse in
p-mithviPe. on Monday, the Sin of April
at 1- M, the following rc:il estate, helmr in the
coun v of Brunswick, adjoining the town Of
ittilmlnKton and containing 7l acres, ciore or
aces. BeginDing at a marblepost In the trun.
wick county liie on tne Souiu side of the great
road or -causeway acro'l-agle JliBrd, an?!
runs about Soatb with the said , county- lie,t
a eyprees in the eoge of t e ape J-car river
at! the mouth ol a canal, then t along said
caial about West to Alligator Creek, ths
n ti said 4 reek to said great road or caue ay,
then along it alon. Kast o the beginning
Kceuting from- feaid bounds two acres con
vey ed t John A. Taylor by 4. E -Gregg by
deed of January l&th. l-y4; and also excepting
a tot tying 120 feet trom the aforesaid cis ty
line and a tmg said great road tiO feet,fronng
the same an i extending hack 100 feet prllcl
with said Hrunswick oui.tr lire, which 'las
lot wa reserved by Alfredismith Ii the deed,
conveying sail land to the f-aki Alex. Oldham.
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Hulbert Bros. Wholesale
i Price List.
Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, I I
1 Plano,oprlgh?,7ioct.,caMDetgiaDd jW
. Organ, 6 seto reeds, IS stops, coup- i
our runos ana wgana m war
ranted first-class. ,
1 Violin outfit, box, bow, strlng,oon .
3 Vloun cremona model, extra nns
4 Accordeon, 10 keys, bass box, fins
tone. i. ...... "'
6 Accordeon, 6 keys, I step.
iloutb Organs, Vienna concert, u
8 Mouth Organs, Genuine Ricbter 10
holes, ii S. '1!:
11 Mouth Organs, Genuine Concert
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin, 6 keys,
boxwood.. v"V"HT im
17 Fife, In ebony, German alive ferules J 5
16 Music Box, 1 tune, crank, nns.... ;
19 44 " 8 tunes, wind with tefcr - tf
20 Violoncello, patent, machine neaa
! good........ ........... ,
23 Double Base, patent bead, I or ff
! strings........ 1 t
24 Guitar, maple, nnchlne beM, aa"
27 Banjo, 10 inch, 4 brass bracket--
28 Comet, brass cornopoon style, c
Gold Violin. Guitar and Banjo. Strtrtf. u
8averVInn. OuYtAranaBMjfstrw. j,
Steel VIoUn, tiirnar and Banjo Btrmgi, j
n Bros.. '"'.'""Ct
Gut, Russian, German or IUlian,
InstrucUon Books. U owe s or -1 9
any instrument.. j .". v filar
Having Just made a good fradelor
er Sewlifg Machines, will sell tbemfortf
while they last. I wmt If
Money la qu.te safe la eatsaas
plainly addressed. ' tna tU
. Terms strictly cash with OTd "T (
stamps. 1 -..'- v
Agents and desJen tend lor our 40 pC
aboTe net Vbolosaie prfce lt3! T
make 100 per cent. proUt. Tit4- j ,;
Call on us when you come to Bt .frrp
Referenceej : Any banker wholes
lathecltyi L.i ir
iiuibert Bros., u tac muy w- . . .. ,
sale house in at. juotaa. . nttni.
923 Olive Street, BsJut Lou-.
NEW PEANUT' SACKS
4 Bushel Oat Saofc
for ralMi.K Cattle, Poultrr UrwT7'
egeubles . &c, ic , with . ; !:
keeping b.dlaings UrVJi
trvi tAMriJi, vsniKif copiea, under thfl vT
- THE nOME,
giTing rectlpes for rracllcsl dUhk v.,, . 1
making e othing and for kecpitjifltn kwT
latct fashions at the wJl. k. "P
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