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THE WILMINGTON POST.
WILMINGTON. N. C. JULY 1, 1869.;
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liof vpr nlfiin tirnvmcialS : A jM COttU.EKJN.lINl J3AKlJli.lv
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farmers; mechanics ana a lew proiessionai B it 0;da5ned v the Board of Aldermen of
mn frtn-oftiKi inrl nrlnnterl tliG formula i the Citv of Wilmington. as iollows:
r. - ' - ge x That no Barber Shop shall bo allowed
of "tnat mfidel Tom Jeticrson" nas Decome t k . . . thaQ 10 0ock A. M. on 8un
Aninkioffli imnn mon flnrl wherever I davs. anv ordinance to the contrary notwith-
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intelligence and love 01 liberty anu manuouu Shc g Any peon violating this ordinance
'r.A ,...u.t 'i.T1inn' oiort 1rna t'liiq nnivprsarv I shall be subiect to nav a penaltv of $5 for each
4 I mnlnnrm thprpAf
find affectionate remembrance, and. firm
Our Southern people have allowed them
' selves to rather quietly ignore "the glorious
Fourth" although spending lota of money
and powder over Christmas day and duriDg
the cirnival time yclept "Christmas week."
With oil time way? wc do not wish to
; growl and least, of all with "Merry Christ
mas'Z time, w)ien lads and lasses were sup
posed to cctoy life if never Defore. With
too lew hoiwiy's or seasons of rest to break
the terrible jionotony of our American task
life; we hatj consciensiously defended the
European sjtcm of
..lie rejoicinA notwithstanding we arc
. aware that ourVtional habits aud tastes'are
but illy suited lOimple pleasures and fes
tivitics such as Unpractical life of the pres
entrejects as cmlcu. . and totally unsuited
to the matured inteU-t and growth. On
higher grounds howq ' than mere frolic
Bomencss or because ouhcople require days
of rest and pleasure seek, d.o ve advocate
the revival of old time cusoni, and patriot
ic memories. Our people have too long
jicrmittcd the traditions of bcrty to slum
bcr, and sunk in self seeking aye been in
clined to refuse to others the-ood vouch
safed to them by an ever merCul Provi
dence. Chastened by our rccenuftlictions
and thoroughly desirous of teachiir tho ris
ing generation the great principu cstab
Ushed for all time by the second asvell as
by the first revolution ; we should nct to
gether, and pledge anew our "lives, ouior-
tunes, and our sacred honor" to mauiuin
intact the sacred charter of freedom pi
humanity secured by the blood of our mV- J
Passed in Board of Aldermen June 2Sth. 1869.
BEN J. DURFEE,
AN ORDINANCE IN REGARD TO RE
turn of Sales. &c.
Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of
the City of Wilmington, as follows :
r-l A ? -t mi Ai -11 J L 1 1 1 A
isecuon a. xua.6 an ueaiere, wuoscsaies amount,
to $100 per month, all Auctioneers,! Commercial
Brokers, Commission Merchants, Insurance
Companies, Telegraph Companies, Gas Com
panies and Ferries, shall make return to the
Clerk of the Board of Assessors of all sales and
frequent -clays of pub- receipts, on or before the 10th of each and every
fcsec. li. Any person. lirm or comnanv. who
shall negtect or rjefuse tumalso suck return, shall
be liable to a penalty ot $ 10 lor every such neg
icct or reiusai, and in case ot such neglect or
refusal it shall be the duty ol the Clerk of the
Board ot Assessors to estimate such sales or re
ceipts, and to assess the same against such, per
son, fin or company, together with the penalty
herein provided, land the same shall be collected
m the same manner as others monthly taxes.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force from
and after the pasjsage thereof.
Passed in Board of Aldermen June 29th, I860.
july 1 2SG-2t-
COfJCEtlTRATED FLUID EXRACT
TY VIRTUE OF
ERADICATES ERUPTIVE akd ULCERATIVE
T DISEASES OF THE
THROATt NOSE, EYES. EYELIDS, SCALP,
y- '' and SKIN,
Which bo disfigure the appearance. PURGING
the evil effects of mercury and removing all
taints, the remnants of DISEASE, hereditary or
otherwise, and is taken by ADULTS and CHIL-
DRJKJN with pertect SAJfJSTr. i ?
TWO TABLE-SPOONFULS of the Extract ol
Sarsaparilla, added to a pint of water, la equal
to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle Is equal
to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the
decoctions as usually uuo. I
AN INTERESTING LETTER is published in
the Meclico-Chirurgical Review, on the subject
of the Extract of Sarsaparilla in certain affections,
by Benjamin Travers, F. R. S.,i fcc. Speaking
of those diseases, and diseases arising from the
excess of mercury, he states that no remedy is
equal to the Extract of Sarsaparilla ;iU power U ex
traordinary, more so than any other drug I am ac
quainted with. It is, i7i Vie strictest seise, a tonic
with this invaluable attribute, that it is applicable to
a state of Vie system so sunken, and yet so irritable,
as renders other substances of the tonic class unavail
able or injurious. I
HLMBOl)'S ' t
Established upwards of 18 years. PREPARED
BY H. T. HELMBOLD,
! 594 Broadway, N. Y.
april 25 I at7-tii
JTTDGMENT FOR CON-
demnation. rendered by the Superior Court
of New Hanover County, I will expose ror saie
to thft hiirhMt. hidflflr. the nieces and parcels of
land named in the following Hat on Satur-l
dav tha Reventh dav of Auffast. One thousand.
Eiffht Hundred and 8ixtv Nine. The same be-J
ing for State and County Tax due and remain
ing unpaid for the year lbCS.
it. V. fiUU&AVi
Moof e, John J.'. . . .
BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.
Essays for Young Men onrthe interesting
relation of Bridegroom to Bride, in the institu
tion of Marriage, a Guide to matrimonial felic
ity, and true happiness. Sent by mail in sealed
letter envelopes free of charge, j Address, HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
mav 23 . 275-3m
-THE MOST IMPORTANT DIS
COVERT 111 MODERN
C The New, York Tribune thu3 refers to
certain ciass oi " nasu" stories ana pic-
tures: 1' . '
jThey .are of the French, Frenchy. Ko
delicacy of execution, can conceal their pre
pense coarseness and sensuality. They seek,
. not to promote the true interest of woman,
but to gratify the grossest' physical,, tastes of
man. Such works may answer, however, a
useful purpose aa a warning. They show
that the old safeguards of home, the old in
fluence of well defined social relations,! the
old idoas of matronly and of maidenly
purity, are not to be utterly discarded with
out incurring frightful dangers, and dimin
ishing that modesty which can .make even
homeliness beautiful. The wild license with
which we are threatened can have no charms
for that man who truly laves his mother, his
- wife, his sisters, his daughters. Ready as
we are to go as far as any one in all acts of
justice to woman, disclaiming all desire to
make her cither a play thing or a slaveT
anxious for the full cultivation of all her in
tellectual powers, regarding her purity with
reverence, and solicitous for the full devel
opment of her peculiar mental powers, we
should yet b? blinder than blind if we did
not see that innumerable dangers must at
tend a sudden change of relations which
have b'een naturally established and so long
maintained, j It is one, thing to abolish laws
which injuriously affect the material inter
ests ot married women it is quite another
to attempt the repeal of Nature's ordi
nances. I V '.'." -v: vi
MIE MARSHAL SHALL BE THE GENERAL
Health Officer of the City, and it shall be
his duty, at all times, and more especially du
ring the lmonths! of June, July, August and Sep
tember, o observe, and he shall give it in charge
oi aii mcmoers oi tne ponce, to observe ana re
port to him, the; sanitary condition of all parts
ottthe City. In addition thereto, t he Board of
Aldermen shall annually divide the City into as
many health warns as they . may deem necessary,
and shall appoint One -of their number to be s
I Special Health Omcer for each of the said wards
! "Kafh Health Cfficcr. as off en as In shall Appyi i
necessary, and not less than once a week, during
the months aforesaid, shall visit and inspect the
condition oi msiwara; anatuey and the Marshal
shall report to the Mayor the condition of anv
pari oi me rvvmcn may at any timo require
attention; auu, especially, tncy- snail report
everything mat may, require, or make it expe
dient that any of the subsequent provisions oi
this section should beentorced? anu the May
or shall take action as hereinafter required.
All cellars, excavations, or open spaces, tinder
any build'mg in which water at any time stag
nates or rises, or which are damp, and in which
foul and unwholesome air is generated or found,
shall, upon the j notification and requirement of
the Mayor (.which it shall be his duty to give),
be nuea up Dy tne owners theteoi to the level o
tnft RTTP.P.T. or ft PV S 0mn(r t.hProtn Toitri conH
or cravel, or some other imperishable substance,
&td all lots on I which water remains and atag
es, or whicli are generally wet and dampl ai?d
ai vita buuixcjj. juoiuw iuc iuvu ui vuo next auia-
ccAstreet or alley, and from which there is no
suivfale dram pr gutter, ot a permanent charac
ter,.timcient reaany to vent water froixw
ment Lots drained, (which it shall be
ae Mayor to give), he nnecl up by rT ' t:
tivc mainer atoresaid, or so drmed by gutters,
culverts or drains as to oo h-ui jxuui waic
or dampness. I . . ' ... ,n
I - Every person W"lub .lu wmyij hhu iu xwiu-
ffOUff rrleotxa ol ibis seeuon, aiiur uouuua-
tion and requirement from the Mayor, shall for-
feit and pay twenty dollars tor each and every
I day of such ftilure ; and, moreover, shall pay all
4.11C UUBtS Wfi.uuvu v O X v
as aforesaid, which, upon such lailure, the May
or shall cause to, Deaone at tne cxpenss.oi me
All occupants oi nouses wim ceiiars, auu n
there be no occupants, then the owners, shall
cauBe all dirt, filth and ruooisn to ds removea
r,om such cellars, and the same to be cleansed
ted white washed, wnenever aim aa oiien as iiiey
,hall-be notified and required jDyme Mayor so
JtO dot i . . ; , .
All occupants; if there be no occupants, men
Ma owners, of all stores, snonstmu wareuouscs,
khall remove therefrom all fish, beef, pork; hides
or other matter or other articles, wnaisoever,
LhiPh mav bo Putrid, or offensive to the smell,
mav tend to corrupt the atmosphere, and
shall ventilate and cleanse their building when
ever notmed and required Dy tne mayor.
a All Dersona-keenine: one or more cows, horses
or hoers. within the limits of the city, snail keep
their stables, yatds. pens, or enclosuresin which
i i i i v i i i. ,i ,i
sucn ammais snail usually stand or uej ury auu
tnorougmy cieansed ; and, once in eviry lort
night, they shall remove the filth and fi'al from
tnasame, beyond the limits of the citf.
ouensive matter or substance of nnv Wnr! in re
main or be upon the lot or premises occupied by
him, but shall immediately remove tlie same be
yond the limits of the city.
All privies or necessary Jiouscs, or placcs used
m. evivu, cixa.il uu empuea or cleaned out, or
inorougniy disintected once in every fortnight
im, vuaut, ur, iu nis aDsenee, by the own
er of the lot on which 6uch privy may be.
io owner oi any lot shall sufler any James
town or other weeds to irrnw tiipwnn . v.t on
lots shall be kept free and clear therefrom; by
No person shall place, deposit, throw, pour
ji wuivji uj uuj uiiuu or gutter, into or upon
any street, alley, wharf, or other public place
wnuiu tne eny, una aeau animal, onal, garbage.
nun, manure, iecnient matter, foul or putrid
waiur or otuer nuia, or any matter ouensive to
4i.n :s : a- i.-ii. . . .
mv amen ur xujuiiuua 10 neaiin; nor snail any
person keep, or suffer to remain, any of the ar
ticles or thiags above mentioned, in or upon his
yaru or lot more man twcnty-iour hours.
jl. very person violating any oi tne provisions
or tne seven last preceding paragraphs of thi3
section, shall forieit and pay twenty dollars.
juiy i f ass-2t
HELMBOLD' S EXTRACT SARSAEARILLA
cleanses and renovates the blood. liBtils the
vigor of health into the system
the humors that; make disease.
april zo .v-
and parses out
Armstrong, Wm., ......
Barr, Mary A. E
Beesley Richard,. ......
.Bradley, A. O
Bradley, M. Catharine,.
Brown, Hannah. P. W.
T., agenL.. . .......
Broderick, Patrick, agt.
I. KnowJs,...,. ......
Buie, D. M..
Burch, Mrs. W. T-
Barres, J. W., agent
Tabitha Barnes, . .
Curtis, G. F.,
Costin, M agt. Mrs. ain-
Douglas, T. S.,
Everett, Mrs. S. B.,
Forrest, J. J. ... . ..
Goodman, W H
Hawcs, Jos. (JLoan)poii
Hewlett, W. S poll
Hill, Ben, colored
Hogan, John. ;
Huggins. J. B.. poll and
Lumsden, J C, poll and
L.umsden, adm M Law
do do Jos Lawton
Mann,JC poll capital&c
Moore, Roger agt Julia
Middle toD, John...
do agt Lucy Davis. ,
Lot Block $
1 309 1 05
6 63 87
G 104 3 15
3 13 9 H 85
5 101 2 10
5 203 5 25
3,4,5,G 4S 2 54
' '3 114 8 05
3 127 1 40
2&3 , G5 2 10
2 202 70
1 211 1 40
2 183 7 00
U2 143 8 75
3 77 3 08
1 170 42 75
6 103 8 25
2 151 42 00
4 51 1 65
1, 2i3 4(5 2 55
5 327 70
-5 239 3 25
1 51 2 55
Cutljjr, F. J........
Howard. Jl. JEst
Potfjer, R. B...
N. E. River.
N. E. River.
Ad'j J. A. Sanders.
Ad'j Wm. Mor
C F. River.
Ad'j S. Keyes.
Oh Federal P't
THOSE WHO DESIRE BRILLIANCY OF
complexion must purify and enrich tie blood,
Which liElAlBOLI) B CONCENTRATED EXTRACT OJT
SarsapakilIA invariably does. Ask for Helm
boUVs. Take no other. j i
april ,o 207-tj24
YOUJSG LADIES BEWARE
OF THE. INJURIOUS EFFECTS I of Face
Powders and Washes. All sucji remedies close
up the pores of the skin, and iri a short time de
stroy the complexion. If yoa wouli have a
fresh, healthy and youthful ;appearncc, use
Helmbold's Extract Sarsapauilla.
april 25 I I &7-tj24
Compound E x t r a o t
IN THE SPRING MONTHS, the system nat
urally undergoes a change, and Heimbold!s
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED xiXTRCT OF CARSAPA
rilea is an assistant of the greatest valae.
aprn ZD 7-tjli4
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED Ex
tract Sarsaparilla, is the Qreit Blood Ihcrificr.
: ' i j '
QUANTITY vs. QUALITI. Helmbodl'sEx
tract Sarsaparilla. Thi dose is small.
Those who desire, a large aantity and large
dose of medicine ERR. I.
april 25 J
A conservative country paper glories in
the grass growing in the streets of a city.
Ho says :
True, it is encroaching on the aide:walks
and will catch the sparkling dew, to "drab
ble with wet tho little footsy'tootsvs of. the
early stirrers, but then it looks so charminsr
po cuuuiryiau, uuu wnuai uoes SO little
frarm, why not let it remain ?
4th Ward Republicans.
. . i . i
N ACCORDANCE WITH THE CALL OF
the Republican County Committee, a meet
ing will be held at the Baptist Church on Seventh
Street, near Orange, on WEDNESDAY EVEN
ING, July 7th, at 8 o'clock, lor the purpose ol
electing lour delegates to the Convention to
nominate a Candidate tor the legislature.
WILLIAX A. GREEN,
july I M 286-2t
THE VOTERS OF THE fM WARD ARE
requested to meet at the (ourt House to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock tolppoint delegates
to the Township and county
R O S K OO!
FOR THE CURE OF
OBSTINATE AND LONG-STANDING
Potter, L D
do Jnjia Lucas .
do heirs HT Potter
Redd, agt W M Pope,
Rhodes, David ......
Sherwood, Daniel . . .
Spooner, Thos., pcnt
VanAminge, G. O., Jr.,
Ex'r C. VanAuiriuge,
Walker, estate E. R.
Welch John P. estate of
Woolliff, W. T., poll...
Wright, J. W., adra'r..
Wright, J. W.', adm'r.,
Herriner. Susan, part...
Garorsh, Sarah E., east
Gamble, Adam, part. . .
WliarnBoHor. Mluur . . . .
3 4 5
LOWER BLACK RIVER.
Lewis, M .! I 345 1 Colvin'a Creek I
Augustine, F. M....
Costin, y. U
Kinett, i nomas. ..
Ennfett, J. S, heirs ol
Emie, A., Agent ol
K&'t JaSi S. urcen
Freqman, Agent ol
Di M. Bryant..;.
Gardner, T. M
Lippitt, Ji J
Lippitt, W. II
Lippitt, Mrs. J. ....
700 N. E.' RiTcr. . 8 75
180 Middle Sound. 3 15
.6 Ad'j T. Carmy. 1 86
10 Plank Road. H
1033 Green's Mills. 20
280 Sound. 3 50
300 C. F. River. . 35
50 Newbern Road. 6 80
1 Sound. ' 2 80
1 " 70
40 " 35
4S8 N. E. River. 5 25
22 Sound. 70
340 " 3 6t
1225 Smith's Creek. 10 50
12 i Plank Road. 1 05
110 Island Creek, :
known as A.
- A. Sholer's i
land, 4 9:j
ju y 1
J. W. SCINCK, Jr.,
Chairman Si Ward Club.
: ; 4
THE THIRD WARD REPUBLICANS ARE
notified to meet at the Cort House on
Tuesday evening next, July 6th, fo; the purpose
of electing delegates to the Repubican Conven
july 1 - 286-2t
i 1 '
NERVOUS SYSTEM, &c.
Scrofula, and all Scrofidons, Ei-uptivc, Cutayieous,
Murcurial, and Syphilitic aflections, Chronic
Rheumatism, Neicralgia, Erysipelas, Timples
Blotches, Boils, Old Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum;
also, Chronic Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Jaun,
dice, Costiveness, Nervdus Headache, Nervous De
bility, Epilepsy, Gleet, Gravel, and all diseases
arising from impurities or poverty of the
Blood, torpidity of I the Liver, disorders of
McCoopfy, adm'r Chas
Brothers, John, agt J.
rothers, John, agt R.
Bloodworth, R. N
Durham, D. T. .........
Ivcy, S. P......
Miller, Jas. A. agt of es
tate of W. S. Ashe. . .
Miller, D. M
MPherson, J. B., for
estate Mrs. S. J. Beery
Lillington, Jno, for es
tate of Jos
Lillington, John, for J os
Miller, T. C., heirs.
Nixdn, J., heirs .;.
Pett'eYfay, James T.
Smilh, T., Sr......
Armstrong, T. J . . . .
J. W. ScflENCK Jr., Sheriff of New Hanover
Couiuty. returns unto Court, this , 28th day ol
Junp, 1869, the foregoing levies made upon the,
lands of the above named persons for taxes due
frori the said persons for the year 1SG8, for tho
several amounts opposite their respective names,
and! prays judgment of condemnation for the
samfc. ; 1
Whereupon, it is considered by the Court that
a judgment of condemnation be allowed.
J adgment accordingly ana ior costs.
J. U. MAJN IN, U. B. U.,
per Geo. D. Flack, Dep't Cl'kl
EAT SAFES, FEATHER DUSTERS AND
Children's Carriages. j
Just received and4'or sale low, by
U. A. SMITH,
South Front Street.
jfine 27 285-31
IMPORTANT TO TAX PAYERS.
rfiHE ASSESSORS FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF
JJ Wilmington, for the convenience of those
wllo have failed to give in their Tax List have
determined to extend the time for listing to the
BdJJuly, when the list will be positively closed.
iu every instance iersons imotc iu pay tax,
wbjo fail to give in their list will be subject, uu
dei law. to ia DOUBLE TAX, and this refers to
Poll Tax as well as Property Tax.
WM. M. HAKKISS,
Chairman Board of Assessors.
hue 27 ' 1 285-3t
Office Treasurer & Collector,
Wilmington, N. C, June 24th, 1869, i )
-pERSONS HOLDING TOWN JIALL AND
Nelw Issue, City ot Wilmington, Bonds are no
tiffed that interest coming due the 1st proximo,
will be paid on the 10th of July.
j - Treasprcraud Collector.
Fune27 I 285-4t,
do & Mid. S
N. E. River
rpHERE WILL BEHELD ON te FIRST
Jl Thursday in August, 1869, an elction for
two Justices of the Peace, and a Clerkos & Board
nf TrnstfiPR for naoh Townsliin. in thft fcnnntir nf
New Hanover. In the Township otWilming- the Kidneys or Urinary Organs, Debility of the
ton in addition to the Board of Trusses there Nervous System, &cl
will be elected four Justices of ths Peace. , . . J . . . . ,. .
There will also be elected a ConstabV and a The great superiority o this medicine over all
School Committee of Three for each Ttwnship. others is, that it thoroughly eradicates all humors
ine election win dc neid at tne several election and TIST9 and at the same time chaiwes the
nreeincts. as now Drescribed bv law.
. J. W. SCHENCK, ia
Sheriff of New Hanover Couriy.
Wilmington, N. C. June 1S69.
Journal copy. I
Stomach and Liver to an acliver healthy state,
invigorates the Nervous' Systcm,-rencics vitality, and
can be relied on as u lsafe, pleasant, and positive
Willey, W. P., agen.
of W. D Willey...
Malpass, Amos, agtol
Walker, J. D., agent
Walker, G. F., A. M.
HaTdison, E. 8 . . . i . . .
Boney, J. W.
White, G. W. C
Murphy, C. W . . .
Debose, R. T
do. adm'r M. Register
Herrny, Alfred T..
Kelly, W. P. ......
Cotton Mills .13811 Jumping Run
Mcllhenny, Thos ad's
Qu'ice, Parker. . ... . .
Rush, Antone . . . . .
Berry, Ann Eliza. . . .
William Wm agthdrs
do A. T. Hewlett. . .
Smith, W. D
150j i ,
100; Cypress Creek
Middl e Prong.
adj B Farrow
adj Jno. Hewlett
Wilmington N. C, June 26, 180).
N ORDINANCE FOR THE BETTER PRO -
tection of the Police force.
- Whereas doubts have bceu entertained as to
the construction of section 4 of General Ordi
nances of the city of Wilmington.
Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of
the city ot Wilmington as fo'lloivs:
Section 1. That any policeman who may be on
his beat or acting under the orders of the Mayor
or Marshal, whether by day or by night, shall be
declared to be in the discharge ot duty, and any
person who may violate the said section of said
ordinance shall suffer the penalties thereby en
forced, any ordinance to the contrary notwith
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force from
and after its passage.
Passed In Board ol Alderman June21, 1869.
City Clerk. .
June 27 . 2S5-2t
NOT A FEW of the worst disorders thataf
flict mankind arise from corrugation of the blood
Helmbold's Extract Sarsaparilla. is a reme
dy of the utmost value.
april 25 - 2G7-H24
A CLEAR, SMOOTH SKIN and BEAUTI
ful complexion follows the use of Helmbold's
Concentrated Extract Sarsaparilla.
: It removes black spots, ; pimples and all erup
tions ot tke Bkln. .'.
-april 25 2674)24
Mr. P. HelnsberOer :
Dear Sir: At your request it affords me nuch
pleasure to give my opinion of Stieffs Piaios,
for three years Mrs. Ransom has had themin
her Seminary, and I am certain that no instru
ments could have answered more satisfactory
the demand made upon them. Mr. Van Lair
who has had charge of the Musical Departmeri
or iirs. a seminary ior tne past year, savs thp
aicuuu luuuuiutiiiB m uvcrjr respect and can)
not be excelled in durability. I can. with cnn.
fidence, recommend them to any who may wish
to purchase, and from the liberality ol Messr
Stieff to us ot the South, I trust they may receive
a generous patronage. Very respectfully,
SticfiTs Pianos for sale at HEINSBERGER'S
Live Book Stoorc. 1
july 1 2S6-tf
U FORMULA AROUND EACH BOTTLE.
I't lit LEMON SUGAR
ttrpHIS PREPARATION OF LEMON RE
X tains in great perfection the natural fla
vor of the fresh fruit together with its agreeable
acidity. The facility with -which a Glass of
Lemonade may at any time be made with it,
equaling any that can be made with the fruit in
Its natural state recommends it to every house
hold and gives it an especial value to travelers
and excursionists, op n land or sea, and to the
Twelve cases just in store at
- .. GEORGE MYERS',
11 and 13 Front Street.
CHAS. D. MYERS, Agktt.
June 13 - Sl-U
This preparation is prepared by an educated,
experienced, and well-khown Physician and
Chemist, who has thoroughly tested it in a large
practice. It is, therefore, submitted to the pub
lic with fail confidence that its great merit' will
cause it to have a popularity uneo,caled in the
history of Medical preparhtioni.
The Koskoo Formula has been submitted to,
thoroughly tested, and approved by some of the
tno6t eminent members of the Medical Faculty.
Prepared by an experienced and well known
poysician and chemist.
Howard, J. W
Tarble, Henry F..
Tompkins, G. W.
Williams, R. T.,
Ennett, Thomas. 2W
Boarding House. 4
UPPER BLACK RIVER.
adj. Atkinson a
adj. Howard and
adj. Atkinson aud
Harrell's Store. j$ 4 62
1000 E Black River.
817! Black River,
Blaud, J. T.
Carr, J. W.,hciraD
( Wells .......
Highsmith, G. W..
Melvin, W. A, ,
Kea, Jas. C 12000 Maulsby Point .;40 00
Lenon. Rufus. P....! Caintuck ...... 20 00
- A $1.00 PER BOTTLE.
PREPARED ONLY BY I
J. J. LAWRENCE, J9I. D.,
Organic Chemist, .
No. G Main Street, Norfolk, ' Virginia.
" fTor sale by all Druggists. JS3
Danner. J. W.
Mills, James L......
Strickland, J. R....
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Cordner, John C.
Pigford, W, J&Bro.
W. & W. R. R. Co.
Wells Branch. i$
N. E. River.
Big Savannah. '
N. E. River.
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State of North Carolina,
New Hanower County. )
Y VIRTUE ol an order from His Excellencv.
W. ;W. Holden, Governor of the State ot
North Carolina, aud to me directed. henbu
gik notice that there will be an election at tin:
various places cl votimr in this Count v on the.
FIRST THURSDAY IN AUGUST,
nct, for the purpose of choosing a member of
the Mouse of Representative vice Gcu. L. G. Estes
J. W. SCHENCK, Jn.,
I - Sherill.
une 27tb, 1809 85 tang I
CLIFFORD HOUSE, T
IP 1ST ortli Front St..
W IL M IN 0 T ON, N. (J. ,
FINE BOTTLED LIOI OHS. SEGAKN.
OLD ALES, POUTER, Arc. -
BY f DAY OH
HOUSE TO LET!
IN THE FIRST WARD
Apply at the ofllce of
GEO. Z. FRENCH,
No. 10 South Front street,
STORE TO LET.
SMALL STORE, CORNER OF FOURTH
1 Harnett streets.
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GEO. Z. FRENCH,
No. 10 South Front street,
Office Coffee for of Inf eniaf
.Second District North Carolina, .
Wilmington, June, 19 180'J. j
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, AT
Eichanga Corner, on Thursday, Jul v 1st, at 10
o'clock, A.-M.; j,
j i 10 TON3 IRON, more or Icsss.
aso, remains ol HULL oi blockade ruuner.
Vll lying on beach of Myrtle Grove SoUnd.
! . L. G. ESTES,
I Collector of Internal Revenue.
Special Agent Treasury Department.
QUARANTINE NOTICE. -
N AND AFTER JUNE 1st, ALL VESSELS
from ports south of Caiie Fear, will mmA t
atfthe visiting station near Smith vilie for inspec
tifn. , : i ,
,A.ll vessels having had sickness an board d tir
ing the passage will also come to the station for
examination. Vessels other than the classes
aliove named will proceed without detention.
Pilots and Masters of vessels will take due no
tice of the above regulations, under penalties by
W. G. CURTIS,
Port of Wilmington, N. C. "
, May 24t'i, 1SGU.
jSmithvillc, N. C.
pOUNTRY MAGISTRATES WILL FIND
al the BLANKS necessary to Justice's practice
bjr sending to the Office of the Post.
Warrants and other blanks according to the
new form now ready. 11 per quire.