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JOSH- T. JAMES,
joitob iHD rmopKirroK.
06- fr.r.14 00 n.ontks, $2 50 ; Three
osth.tl 15; One month. 60 etntJ.
r- pP wiH bdliTtred byerrir,
f..frbr,r,.o u; part of the city, at the
k!) .,. rte. r 13 cent per wwk.
Airtir rat low and liber!
euberitrt will pleaae report any and
t;; f:!re to revive their papers regularly.
EKOWN & RODDICK,
Will vau on or aoout
Mi t.rioti the JSouth west comer
,t s-miil at:l Market streets. We pur--J.vi4i.ii?
thi. jUre a lor t to the saie
5 and lO Cents.
U rtnnot entiTpera the different arti
, i- ! this time Uitour patrons may rest
W rtainly will offer the greatest In
. i. i .. that have ever been shown in
tl , tioti cf the country, as no house in
tcuntry hs better facilities forVbe
p;r, i, , 0f such articles.
BROWN & RODDICK.
u- w uM also take this opportunity of
aline that w are offering some Special J
Varcaiiis at 4 Market street, m our i;ry
Vmli Department. .
lt-t"C short of space can only quote a
sWt price list, but can saleiy say maiai
n. time Iwve we been better prepareu or
11 ;rvavr inducements than a, this par-
W- have just received another small lot I
rf ti v at 1. Call early.
i l?I.X.1t Pn I
Lawns-Linen Unisli, Gc. I
V1. .l .id Ilows for Gent's wear in Black
and Whiu, 5 worth '2."c.
alcove when soll-d can be wansea h.
ith a damp cloth.
LliliCS LillCIl Collars, C.
We are 'closing out a small lot of the
aUvi at less than half tlie cost of manu
factitrtng. Children's Col'd Hose.
The charpst lot In this market ; 10c a
p ur, and the quality is good.
iRirr iiotrTunrin rinucc in. I
IAU1L LldLC inniHU uwi u-, ww-
IiraM)IS aild OUIlSliaaeS.
We have just received anoth lot of the
I1-? and can safely sta'e that they are ,
without exception the cheapest goods ever
rujn'J ij us k mi j uiuc!
FATSTS ! ! rA.TSTS ! ! !
For th mn:ions at all prices.
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(xeiltS WJ-Ltte blliriSf
M.ie of WamsutU Cotton and the best :
Linen front. Our price is still 75 Cents
BROWN & RODDICK,
45 Market Street
j ine 14 Robesouian copy.
New Goods ! Low Trices !
UnilLELt SEW YOKK recently Mr.
ShKirD Kr. (. lnw nrieea a lrc I
' - - - - mm m w u mm, m ' XT C I
XC.T aild DCSlrable GOOdS.
lpttr reCelTed "dC0BBi'
r , . , . e .. .
Genu and Boys' Caiiimere Boiti !
A fiae lot at bottom figures.
lUrfe stock of WHITE VE8T8, jast the
MuJl "w ,"r.,0ld l
fltu call and ezaaiae, whether yon par-
or ant. We delight ta showing oar
Cli. an4 don t compel too tu buy.
N'r 1 Market st.
IJITLXO AOAlIf loeated la the base- 0
VUj renoWJed and lmprovSthe old .taa!
-- - now prepared to shave,soaznpoo, ar
M lair tor everybody. The beet of won
deaa towsii, sharp raaors and lev
rn?-. KLYIN AKT18,
27 PareHooae Barber 8b p
DAY ASD iMUUlV
QIVMOVH LIVEB. ncnni.iTnii par.
kers OlBfer Toaic, Idiaa Cholagoiae,
fwt.e Asthma Ugaretts, and faU llae
v urajti, Mediciass and Perfamery.
7. C. MILLEB,
. CoraerlthaadAma SUeets.
VOL. IV. I i WILMINGTON, N. C,
LOCAL , NEWS.
J. C. Winia, 1 M. D. Secfy Inland
Om. Myers "Parole DeHonne ur."
P.UaiasBEaaaa's Henrj Greville's Great
J. B.. Farbib Light Banning "New
Home." I , j ' ,
Hheii ' Keep Cool. '
No City Court to-day
Two interments , iu Believue Cemetery
daring the week . i
There wai oue lnUrinent in Oakdale
this week an adult 1
Elias Halsey, a 'very wcrthy colored
man, died in this city,' this mornicg.after
a lingering illness frem typhoid fever.
Rer. Dr. J. C.
II nuke, rector of St
j0hng Church, Fayetteville
in St. John's Episcopal Church in this
city to morrow evening at G o'clock.
Alwjys reliable and ellicacious. Dr.
Hull's lUhv SvniD never disappoints
innthrs and nurses, but cures at ouce the
troublesome diseases of babyhood, bold
everywhere at2" cents a bbttle.
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At a rcctut meeting of the Church
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theran Church in th s city.it was resolved
that the night services be dispensed with
until the Becoud Sunday in September,
and that for this peri, d of seven weeks,
tha inomiog service be ' couJuctel in the
Accident to a Little Child.
ieseruay auernoou vUWBi ,4fcWW
on of Mr .bomaj 0 Banlink wa3 rua
over by a horse and loaded dray and pain
fully Injured about the thigh and back.
I.. . I . .1 - f II U i m nl V
it .M-ems marine mue
between three and , f ur year of age, was
. f - th t t :a front
m f , lL . . . , n
Second, between l'rincees and Chestnut
streets, when a horse with a dray loaded
with lumber ran against, him, knocking
nim down, une wueei 01 mo ui; m""
entirely over the child, bruising his back
aud thigh and legucar the knee joint, but
most for.unately and ' providentially
it seems not breaking any boues. Mr.
Banting, who soon heard of the accident,
repaired immediately to Captain Sonther
land's stables, whither h:a little son had
b en teLderly conveyed by Mr, O. W.
Lamb and laid upon, a lounge, expecting
h;. . breathe his last. The
family physician was soon called in and
tK child conveved home, when after
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a thorough examination the doctor made
.i.j L. L.,.Ij .f it a P irtnn'a narpnti
hv informine them that no bones were
brcken and there was to serious danger.
Swelling soon set in and the limb was
very mnch swollen m a short time, but
we are happy to learn te-day that the little
sufferer is doing very well indeed.
The Music efthft Main.
After an unprecedentedly long spell of
dry weather, during whichp vgeta
V.-.l l"k otiia TiarrVPi) nd withered
IU- lv f...
LndMnmany places ruiued, the surround
country was visited yesterday, last
icrht ami this morniiie bv a series of
refreshing showers. From nearly every
section we hear of glorious rains.and from
varv hpart there is an outpouring of
v w v j -
gratitude to God for Ilis merciful kind
While there were frequent showers all
around us yesterday, this city
was vUited only by a slight
anrin t lrt rlurin? the U3V. J.U the
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early morning hours of to-day, however,
the window, of IIven were opened, and
sweet sbewers detcended to slake the thirst
of our parched earth and make glad and
thankful the hearts of men. No music
eTer 90Unded 8WWter . to our-ear. than
tbe patter nf t,e reviviljiug r".in on the
roof,and as the tqoruing- advanced aud
tbe rain coutinucl to descend, the air
became purer, and all nature rej.iced at
tne lioiid blcssiug. It was so hour for
. . ,
tbanK.giVing anu praiac ,
Hnw annronriatlv sweet to the devo-
tional heart are the following words ' of
P. T. Bli.s, one of America's swectet
sineri", who5 tragic death by the falling
- a tr3m throngh the bridge at lAshtabu-
U.Ohio, will be well' remembered:
ltaarthA mtiiilc of the rain. t
Falling down ;
On the rKf aud window-pane.
Murmnr not. It seems to say.
For our Father's love U-day,
Orders oaly In our way ,
Good to fall. I
Like the penile, falling rain.
tjTer mountain lake and plain,
Will Ills tender card remain.
Overall ' " .
Hear tbe music of the rain, beautiful
Aa the pearly drop In ahowers pattering
Hear the sweet, subdued refrain.
On the roof and window-pane,
Of our Vather'a Under love for all."
Mr. John I). Woodv, of the firm of
Woody Sc Curria, of this cityt
brought into our office this morning a
twig of an apple tiee about a foot in
length and having three small branches,
upon which there were sixty finely devel-
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Ope l apples. They were not fully Rrown,
nor were they, as a matter of course,
very lar;e, but they were all well and per
fectly formed. They were gathered from
a tree on the premises ot Mr. J. A EJ.
wards, near Rjrindaie, Bladen couuty,
and are indtxtl a curiosity. There is no
dispute about them only as , to ho ehall
eat the duniMlingH alter they are cookim.
r rom a postal card received mis morn- i
ing from Robeson county, we learn that
r a. i cj. i l n.l
Kecuon oi .no outo u uccu '-
i : ! : u . I. A V.
ur copious BU'wera wituiu iuc isu icw
day 8. The crop of corn, owing to the
protracted spell of dry weather, will be
t rni.ii. l II l...l
Hnori. inecoium naa Miuau wewi, om
the Iruitage is loosing wen ana promises
to be fair, aud if good seasons should con-
tine from now until harvest time, the
- . . .
farmers may hope lor a tair return tor
the labors of the summer. We cordially
-. A .n fh anrt nf fhnlr
OlVlU aSV wjaiw sm. - f
fulness which our correspondent mani
fests on account of the favorable change
in the weather.
Thf Ffnrinir Araund Oskdalc.
Thursday last, the woods just East of
the city, in the vicinity of the old race
track, was eet fire to bv bovs who; amused
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themselves in extmguish.ng it with pine
tops, ect., but the fire got the upper hand
of them and burned very rapidly. Be-
fore itnld be checked the flames reached
lore iwuid becnecKea tne names reacneu
tne ience arouna uaaaaie iemeiery, near
the old entrance, and burned down about
four hundred feet of it, when the flames
communicated to the fence around Pine
t orest uemetery. uere tne nre was ex-
tinguished before it could de much dam-
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age. iiaa it not Deen ior ine prompi
.r.inn of Mr. Donlan. the Superintendent
ij i . j . u u t -
ot Oikdale, the damage to both fences
would have been much greater.
An Invention In Spirits Turpentine.
. o t
Mr. P. H. Emmitt, a son s of Squire J.
W. Emmitt, of Rockfish township, who has
recently been residing at Goodwinsvilie,
Dodge county, Ga., and is now on a visit
homehas shown us a sample of aririts of
turntin, manufactured by Mr. BeHen-
grath, of Goodwinsville, with whom Mr.
Emmitt has been for some time employed,
The spirits are distilled from yellow dip
are as clear and pure as water, and show,
besides, two gallon, saving In every barrel
of yellow dip, aa 8 gallons instead of 6 are
produced by Mr. Bellengrath's method.
By this process the article is perfectly free
of water, which is another important item
in the economy of the mode of manufac-
turing the cpirits. Fayetteville Gazettt .
We learn from a passenger who arrived
this morning on the OarolinaCentral train
that the country between CI irk ton,
Bladen Cj andPhaenix.in Brunswick Co.,
secured.but a very small share ot the
. i r it 1 . I
rainiaii oi jesreraay. on tae line oi ine
rrWI this Ki.ia of the latter nlace and
, , . ., ia
begond the former, there were copious
showers during tne aay ana iasi nignt,
which were very much needed. It is I
v.ry probable, from the .ppearaooe rf th.
clouds to-day th it shower, have visited
th line of the C. O. road to a considera-
ble distance, and that the section which
failed yesterday may receive the blessing
ia the showers which have gone in that
direction this morning.
fivi ruiicu. i
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Yellow fever cases are quarantined on
ehiD.in.iehtof Wilmineten, New lork
and Philadelphia. fjK irloite southern
of yellow fever aarantined in sight of
Wilmington, mine r P. u.ro
no yellow fever on any ships in this port
. 1 r- - .!. . ? a 1 .A . I
or at tne yaaranune oiauon, B
say. our Quarantine physician, and In the
next place the Quarantine Station lortni.
port is twenty-eight miles below tbe city.
wa.cb is rather too iar, we rise ioreiHara,
to be in sight oi Wilmington, un.e
honld un in a balloon and then possi- I
. u .. ;-lnn!l nn
WUI p-y " UUU,KU " .1
Joubt, done our "City by the aea ,
home possible harm by the above para- j
graph. which We have quoted. Person.
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wnoreaa me nrsi paragrapu
the correction. I
m 1 ! 1 1 J la. . i I
i wo cnuaren ana iwo auu , u-
terred in Pine Forest Cemetery this I
week. I "
"Worship in the various churches of the
city to-morrow as follows.
ST. JOHX'g CHUBCH.
corner of Third and Red Cross streets. Rev.
George i'atterson, D. D., Kector. July
i7-"S SuudlS af ' TtJ'
CeleDralion at :.J0 a. m. Morning Prayer
At 11 o'clock. Evening , Irayer at 6
ST. JAMK' jTAKISH.
corner Thi-d and Market streets. Rev. A.
A. WTatson, D.D., Rector. Seventh Sunday
titer Trinity July 27i h. Celebration a?
7 a. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer at 11 o'clock. Home
Sunday School at 5 p. J3. Eveuing Prayer
'a 6 o'clock
second presuytkbi an cnuBCH
cor Fourth and Campbell streets.
yf. Payne, Pastor. No services at 11 a. h .
at 8;15 p. m., by Rev. Di.
8T pAUlg EVAN0 luthebax I church
I . ...
Corner of Sixth and Market streets. Rev.
I ri n r ..... i. n t i . u. .
v. u . uoi niicim, u. u ., fastor. uneusn
No Service at night.1
lay ycill)0i &l 4::i0 p
FIRST BA PTIST CHURCH,
cerner 0f Market and Fifth streets. Rev
I J B. Taylor, Pastor. Services to-morrow
U ' 13 V, lmday School at 9; .0 a. m.
urooKiyn ounaay iocnf)oi at 4 p. m.
Young Mens Prayer Meeting Tuesday
night,, at 8 o'clock. Church Prayer Meet-
,nS A"ursuay nigu. at o o ciock.
ST. MIRK'S (COL.) EPISCOPAL CHUKC-T,
corner Sixi h aud Mulberry streets. Rev,
C. O. Brady, Minister. Services at 11 a
m. and 6 p m. Sunday School 4:30 p. m.
corner Third and Orance streets. Rev.
Dr. J. R. Wilson, D. D., pastor. Services
at H m. and b p. m
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FRO..T STREET M. K. CHURCK, (SOUTH)
' v J
A. yates pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Suuday School at 3 p. m. W.
M' Tkeri sup't. Young Men's Society
Tuesdav eveuing at 7:30 o'clock, and reg-
uiar jrayer Meeting and Liecture Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
fifth btkeet m. e. chuhch (south),
on irif" ?et,wn 11Wun a0(1 Church
streets, rvev. r. x. xiau, pastor, oervices
11 a. m, and 7:15 p. m. Sabbath School
at 9 a.m, .Prayer Meeting Thursday eve .
I i.ir at '.:.0 o'rtiock.
seamen's bethel, I
I Dock, between Water and Front streets,
Rey Jag w Craig) chaplain services at
Ill a.m., to which seamen are1 cordially
ine pnoncare mvitea to attena religious
I . . . f 1 . . A. L
services at tne lueston upper room, in tne
XiIe ton Norm x school uuUding, on Ann,
between Fourth and Fifih streets, every
Sunday alternoon at o o'ciock.
second baptist ctiUBca,
n Sixth, between Church and" Castle
"J-. VrffSSX " ; b" b' ' "j. p!
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Peg-
ular Prayer Meeting at 3 o'clock, Tuesday
vxuVs episcopal chubch
corner Fourth and Orange streets , Rev. T.
III A m K !- t? ontnr Stri7lPOa at II o m
and Tm p; m Sunday School at 3:30 p.
ra. Seats free.-
come, of Bladen and Ninth streets
Rev. Willis Wooten, pastor. Preaching
Sundays, at 11 a. m., 3 o'clock and 7
o'clock p. m. Wednesday night at 7
o'clock. Prayer Meeting Friday night.
Sunday School at 9 a. m.
first baptist church (colored.)
corner Fifth and Campbell streets. Rev.
A. M. Coaway, pastor. Services to-mor
row at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Sunday
School at 9;30 a. in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
8t. lewis' chapel.
comer Seventh and Bladen streets. Rev.
-Jonn JLewis, pastor, services at 11
,d . ' . d k m d8
o'clock, p. m.
first congbegatioxai. chubch. 1
M-ori. JH.B, veoth to
sutl(iay services at 10:30 a. ra. and 3 and
7:30 p. m. Praise and Conference meeting
J ""'"""'J A""u 'v v
Regulations Of the Board of Health.
Dr. J. C. Walker, Superintendent of
Health, for this city and county, adver-
fiaaa I V.Ia I una .Via PrvrVin .Via
,uvu iu buia i- DUO ui we it.i tun vue
x? 1 ? .J J1 I
uriiune regulation aa uuoptcu sy vuc
ooara of Health for this county, and also
publishes the extract from the act of tbe
ft Ararat A a.- Vf a- xb n anthckriyaa
I. a tm t mX. Oivlu J j VV uiwu mmm v-va iuvw uv
enforcement of these laws. We
knQW tbafc ou citizena gen
eal,y -s to that such
j DreCant ions have been taken bv tbe
Boarji and we y.D0W furthermore that
the f the BoarJ in regafd , tQ
quarantining yesseLj whea there is any
daDger to apprTebeded will receive the
heartyapproTalof all good citizena in
-. a m....H
Wka. U..J r rMnan f nhsfii'isnB
"uu.ruwi c ,..-.. r j
and chemuU announced the discovery
that by combining 8ome well-known val
uable remedies, tbe mo6t wonderful med-
ne was produced w men wouia cure
such a wide range of disease that most all
other remedies could be dispensed with
many were acentieal: but Droof of its mer
I it K ar1 It.. 3-ra!1w U.W lnltt
"J U UMI a-a..
, - HImv-rer. of that orcaf
Medjcine, Hop BitUrs, are honored and
messed by all as benefactors.
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IN V7. 140
The Law on Nuisances, j
A court at tbeicapitol of Illinois has
granted an injunction again nt I be blowing
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ou oi a steam wnistie att cnea to. a
manufacturing establishment ol that city.
ine injunction was granted at the request
of a physician, Who claimed that the
noise created by .the whistle was a nui
sance to himself and family i The judge
tak s high ground in favor of the right' to
oomlortable enjoyment of life and prop
We think some such decision could
be nao in this community also if the
proper steps were taken to bring it about
Wft r.ntnr thit r. -.... h. o ;.,
render quiet, peaceable citizens un
... ., ; .
conilortablo either bv the rins
,, , f I',, , . it
ng of bolls at an unseasonable
hour or the blowing off of a locomotive,
sceamDoat, lactory, or saw mill steam
... . .
wnistie at any time.
But such is tbe
case here within the corporate limits of
his city. Steamboats blow 1 off their
steam whistles frequon
ance of e ery cuuting
ly to the annoy-
house on Water
trect. One b';ist do not seem to suf-
(ico, but nothing short of three loud, long,
shrill,' shriek's from a steam whistle is
. .!, , 1
tnougbt sufhcient for some of. the Steam-
boatmen hereabouts, just befere their de
parture from our city wharves.
same may to said ei some ot tne saw
mills in m.Aration npre anil nn whiRMa
... , ,
1 " wi..... , ..wa uoa o vij
loin! hoi an,l nflnolraf inrr Rmmrl
ioua, noarso ana penetrating sound ,
and is any thing but pleasant to li.t n to
every morning about daylight, when one
is inclined to sleep.
We would be glad
to have a little moderation in the frequency
of these blasts aa wall aa in the lencth
or tnese Diastsas wen as m tne lengtn oi
fr.fi namfl at th linnr aVino rrlontmno
I . .
wnicn wouia ao no narm. we imaffine. to
anvnnA Vnf. Ka nrrwlnpti va rf hattia yrrA
"J ' r. D
A- al 1 a! a.. a : .. J- a 1
tuose wno5e tunc to res. mciuues tue
earlv morninff hour, i
The1 Register of Deds lias issued but
one marriage license for a colored couple
i . r
during the week.
JSothing doing i in Magisterial circle,
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nine auu uae iwr J-Veuins. i
Alfred Speer of New Jersey, it should
be known, is one of the most extensive
producers and dealers in Pure Wines and
Brandies in the United States. He makes
a Superior Port Wine, which took the
highest premium at th Centennial, known
as Speer 's Port Grape Wine. It is sold
by J. C. Munds, P. L Bndgers & Co.
and Green & Flanner. July 23-
A CARD. (
To all who afe suffering from the er
rors and indiscretions ot youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood
&c..I will send a recine that will rure
you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a eelf-ad Iressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman,
Station D, New York City,
AND GET IT.
BBLS., HALF BBLS. and at RETAIL.
nrU.1jN T)ii 3 171---,
Hippie X Ulinea X lOUr
is pronounced by all who have used it,
No higher grade Au be made I
A trial will convince the skeptical I !
11, 13 and 16 South Front SU
Harness & Saddles,
FOR BALE AT
3rd st., opposite City Ball.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS
HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIAJ.Tr
LIGHT RUfJMllG "NEW HOME."
IT HAS A SELF-SETTING NEEDLE.
Automatic Tension. Large space under
coder ibe Arm. Spring Tension Shuttle.
Oaly one hele to thread. Devxe for f iling
the Bobbin without taking off belt or raa
aia? the machine. Large spaee under prem
iers fooL Ladies please call and see tor your
selves. Bepec-fu'ly, ' 1
I J. B. FARRAR,
ju1y24-lm 24 Market St.
' PLEASE NOTICE, I
. W will be glad to receive eomtnuiratiox
from our friends on any and all subjects e f
general interest bmt :
Tbe nam of the writer murt always be f
aiahed to theKditor. ,
Communications nut be written on on'
one aide or thejpaper.
Personalities must avoided. I i
And it is especially and partieularly;ander.
i injiwr aoee noi always endoi
w f correal on dents, unless to state
in the editorial columns.
Regulation Adop.ed by the keW
' - - ' ' I ' ' '
Hanover County Board of Health-
1st Resolved. That the Ordinance o
I $y of Wlimingum. promuiKatni April lst.
Hanover Coanty Hoard of Health, a ihu
. I JOllOWS Z I I I '
I AB)T and all Vfwuwla arriving In tU r" .
- If ear River from the We. t India Islands,
fMu"i America, or any Uifectd rortn.
I whether the' have had Rlrkt. on H..r.i
I r not, win not bealloweil to approach kiy
nearer this city than the Quarantine u&
",??. L n?r WU1 tney b l4lJowe.t to diwhann
I Or; take 1U Carro. fir hv nnv mmmnn ru
1 , I a. ' .
uun"i me cuy wnaiever, uutu after th
2. That any vessel interdicted by Ibe
Quarantine Board, or the Superintendent of
Health, shall be notified .in writing by the
Huperlntendent of Health of New llanover
county of the terms of interdiction and lie
shall trauHmit at the ume time a cory of
Section 9. of the State Health lkw and tl
City Ordinance on the subject to the Master
of the vessel, through the Quarunt Ine i'hj n
lciun ano to me cunsigiit e ir owners.
S. Any person or persons who shall aid or
abet iu the violation of the Inland Quaran
tine Regulations, oranv vessel, steamer or
omeruraii piymg in ineianef ear, Delween
Hmithville and Wilmington, that shall take
other craft plying In the Cane Fear, between
- 1 KtS 1
autine Station below, for not less, than
'"u I . .fir ilaira a ml .. iil,i,t I. I..
Section y of the 8tate Health Ijiw.
14. I'prmNBiim irt run wi m innnm rrrn
I an inLerdicfd vrkkp! mav lm iirir.,i r.nii-iui.
I !v by the Superiuteudant of Health, whenl
i un m violation oi ino semeu quaraniind.
"sage of the season and upon this authority
alone Khall such permi8Siu be L,iVen. i
o. Any vessel arriving at Wilmlnton
I with a nerson or nersoas on ttoar.l from nn
I Interdicted vessel, such person or persona
i noi, -laving .ne written itermission oi tne
Jounty superintendent of Health, the Alas-
I .ar Af vrooenl xmr ill av1 lilar r -j r 1 1 Attir
liable to the penalty of being sent jbelow
for thirty days, and the additional penalty
Bet forth ini-'section " of the act of Assem-
bly of 1879. creating State Hoard of Health.
I 'ha above .emulations shall go into eflect
irom mis uaie. i
Extract from State Wealth Law
I i I
I , r V 1 1 y-v it t ill L..1
,wi in ami inuraivii iiim anaii i u iiiiniir
Iocal board, shall see that diseases, danger-
I ous to the public health, viz: small pox.
I soar let fever, yellow fever and cholera, shall
rfl r-lrki I rr nnara ntl. a t lAlat I i at I ha
wo pivyiij una cu nuvu vra aw-.i tv. yea v vu3
expense of the city or town In 'which It oc-
curs). Any violation of the rules promul
I gated on thi subject ly the Superintended
I shall BUbjecttheoflender toattueoftwentv
I five hundred dollars and imprisonment fur
I uot longer than twenty days In the county
will be subject to the penalty or recovery.
I without, in tne opinion or tne superiuteu
J. C. WALKK. M.D..
July 2. Star copy Hect'y. .
Henry Gre vllle's Great
DODRVOF I" 80NIA1
S&re'lYExoiation ! 1
1 Bonnia-Marie ! .
I Oabrielle 1 I I
A Friend 1
50 Centa ch in Paper, or fl.CO in Cloth,
I Philomeoe's Marrlajrfu I 1 ?
Prettv Countess Zina I
Marrying a Daughter! 1
Dotia I A Uassian Story.
75 Cents each in Paper, or $1.25 in Clot.'.
For sale at
july 24- Nos. 3'J and 41 Market
Easy Work and Good Pay.
J CAN SUPPLY TEli REAL GOOD
HANDS with above luxuries at my turpen
tine works in Georgia acd South Carolina. .
A. H. yasBOKKELEff,
jalv U d3t-wlt Wilmineton, N. C.
Hot ! Hot !
OYE3 ! BUT SUCH NEW, NICE
Pennsylvania Butter, Cheese, Dried
Apples, Foultry, Eggs, fec., just received
to-daj. So good you will -never think
how hot. We take every care to please.
Deliver the g-ods promptly and are very
much obliged for your previous custom.
july 23 NEWBURY & CHASTEN.
IN THIS CITY OR ELSEWHERE, in
doors, outside or on the road,1 sales
man, writing or canvassing ord.rs and
consignments. By a man who is fmilisr
with trade in all its brandies, who will
give his undivided time and best eirprts fjr
a small salary. Address, J,
july 22 Wilmington, U.
All That Is Desired
JN THE BOOK AND STATI3NERT
line can be foand at
7ATSS' SOOS STOHB. (
BLANK BOOK8 All (izet and I kind.
made to order at short nctice. r
Nome to mention the ORQUIN ETTE3.
They sell at tight. , '.1
TATEtt BOOK RTOiiK
july 21 AND PHOTO HOOMH.
For Eent Very Cheap,
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD, three
very pleasant Sleeping Rooms, on
Market, ear Third Street, biflgle gentle
men prefer d, aad satiaf action guaraned.
Applv at once to I 1
jJ18-lir ;T. B. HENDERSON.