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QUARANTINE FOR THE PORT OF Wil
mington will be enforced from May 1st to
Novomber 1st, as follows :
Pilots will bring all vessels from Ports south
of 'apfl Fear to the Quarantine anchorage;
also, all vessels which have had any kind of
Sickness on board -during tho paaaagA. or on
arrival, and will cause a signal to be set In the
main rigging on the port side, as soon as pos
sible after crossing tho Bar
No vessel must leave the Quarantine anchor
age, or allow any person, steamer or tug boat,
lighter, or boat of any kind to go along si 'e,
unless by written authority from the Quaran
tine Physician; and every vessel mnst be an
chored as far to the eastward of the channel
as is consistent with safety.
Regulations governing vessels while In Quar
antlne may be had en application at the oillcc
of the Quarantine Physician at-timUhyille
Applications for permits to visit vessels In
Quarantine must be made to Dr. Thomas F.
Wood or Dr Ceo. G. Thomas, and permits so
obtained will be end red by the Quarantine
Physician, If, In his opinion, it is proper and
safe to allow communication with such vessels.
A penalty of 2 0 for each and every offence,
will be enforced against any person violating
any of the Quarantine Regulations of the Port.
W. G. CURTIS, M. T,
Quarantine Physician, Port of Wilmington.
THOS. F. WOOD, M. D. t rv.uot..
GEO. G. THOMAS, M. D. consultants,
mav 1 2am 6m 1415
First National Bank of Wil
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8DRPLD3 FUND............ . 1;66,0C0
DepoilU received aad collections , made on
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" W Lost ViTLirr, Lacs or Nsav Feucx aid
- r io. W itrxxa W uuk, and all those ili.-mjws
f avPmtsoxn. Xatcre resulting- from Arss and
&Titfex CirtiES. rtMly reHef und complete rto
fction m( H ALra.l loon aa'l It ahosd Ouara vrt ra.
he pTB3iit-JSt discovery ef tbs Nineteenth Ontiiry,
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'TOSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop-
WIIJdINGTON. N. C.
THURSD AY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1884.
Entered at the Postoffice at Wilmington, N. C,
as second-class matter.
Mr. Blaine has personally' directed
and led the State contest in Maine, and
his confinement to his room tor a day
r two on the plea ot a cold was only
the. prostration from over-work and
over-ahxiety in the State struggle. He
fullv realizes the dangqr of a reaction
agajnst .him, such as struck Greeley in
1872 and Hancock in 1880, aud he is
making the most exhaustive efforts to
poll a large Republican majority in
September. He has attended Republi
can meetings and other popular gather
ings whenever opportunity presented,
and his magnetic presence has done
much to entbuse his party. When not
out personally mingling with the people
at popular meetings, he is hard at
work with his lieutenants, and he looks
to the minutest details of the contest.
A correspondent of the Boston Sat
urday Evening Gazette says that Long
Branch is just now as full of curiosities
as a dime museum . There is a young
woman who proudly poses as the pos-
stssorof fourteen dozen pair3 of silk
stockings striped, checked, crossed,
clocked and adorned with gorgeous in
sects, birds and snakes. Some of them
cos $50 a pair, and it is said that she
ha3 never worn the same pair twice
since she has been there. Another young
woman has forty parasol. They are of
all colors, and many of tltem are cover
ed with co3tiy lace. The handles end
in the most bizarre designs heathen
idols, crocodiles, colored babies, birds
and monkeys. Some ot these gorgeous
trappings cost from $200 to $300 each.
A bright-eyed brunette has fourteen
pairs of shoes and sixty pairs ot slip
pers. She has breakfast, lunch, dinner
and tea. slippers, not to mention slip
pers for the piazza and slippers lor the
ball-room. They vary in color Irom
fiery red to humble gray. . j
The United States consumes 1,000,000
tons of sugar annually. The Cuban
production ten years ago was 770,000
tons, but the unsettled condition of
a flairs in that distracted isle is such that
last year's crop was only 488,000 tons
and for the present year the estimate is
nearly 100,000 tons lower. Despite the
ow prices prevailing there are may
circumstances to indicate that now is
the time to push the experiments which
are making in sorghum and beet sugar
culture. The need for better processes
ot extracting the saccharine matter
from-the pulp is now fully appreciated
in all branches of sugar making, and
unusual efforts are making to supply
the want. It is at last generally
recognized that neither sorghum nor
beet sugar can be made profitable ex
cept on a large scale with thoroughly
equipped.factories. The New England
'Farmer says no company should under
take, to make beet sugar without a paid
in capital of at least $200,000 rash and
then the company must bs prepared to
cultivate not less than 1,000 acres it
self. With that much product assured
it can afford to depend on the farmers
for the rest.
Twenty-five years ago an era began
lor Northwestern Pennsylvania in the
completion of the Drake well, on the
banks of the Oil-creek, ju3t outside of
toe TituBville city litmits. The most
distinctively American industry was
ushered info existence that of petrol
eum production. Petroleum had been
kuown to exist in the vicinity; it oozed
through the ground tf the surface, and
floated in quantities do .vn the streams
and creeks. In 1855 the Pennsylvania
Rr.ck Oil Company, was formed by
Eas'.ern capitalists, aDd Col. Drake, of
New Haven, Conn., was engaged to
sink an artesian well, and teat his the
ory that oil could be obtaiaed direct
from the strata containing it. Work
was begun in May, 1859, and the well
was completed on August 28 of tho
same year. It produced ten barrels of
oil daily from rock 69i feet below tho
surface. Drake's succcess revolution
ized things in tho sleepy Northwestern
Pennsjhania lumbering hamlet. Like
an enchanter he had raised his rough
hewn derrick amid the solitude of the
woods, and conjured to the earth a long
pent-upgenius. The scenes that followed
rivalled the California" days of '49.
Wells were drilled down a thousand
feet and more, and their production in
creased to as much as 4,060 barrels per
day. New fields were opened in rapid
succession, and the total yield of the
region was increased from 82,000 bar
rels in 1859 to 32,000,000 in 1882. In
twenty-five years $400,000,000 had
been invested in oil property, and 38,
000 wells had been drilled at a cost of
drilling which was $171,000,000. The
value of the oil produced in twenty-five
years was $435,000,000. During the
past tea years $10,000,000 have . been
invested in oil wells annually. The ex
port tadp has increysed wonderfully
from a few gallons to 5tOo6.0OO,60O gal
lons in 1883. In tho same year the
speculative transactions on the several
Exchanges amounted to the enormous
total of 7,000,000.000 of barrels. Such
is a brief review of twenty-five years
work. ' - ';
The woman who c aptures a good hus
band gets a sir prize, ;
Bella asks: "What is the best thing
to feed a parrot on?" If the parrot be
longed to us we'd feed it on Paris green
or arsenic. Harrisburg Telegraph.
Ic Minnesota several ciris are rail
road station agents The company
should station a-gent at such olaces.
Girls are more liable to misplace a
switch." Nor ristown Herald. .
The theory that the average length of
life is increasme is borne out by the
fact that there are at present as many
survivors of the war of 1812 as there
were fifty years ago. Boston Post,
"So you went to the circus, Mary?'
Ob, yes, and enjoyed myself very
much." '"Did yqn see the kangaroo in
the menagerie?"' Tdid. and felt sorry
for it. Poor thing, it is dying, isn't it?"
"Why. no; what put that into your
head?" "The way it acted. When 1
saw it it seemed to be on its last legs."
The .River Tiber.
The "Yellow Tiber" rolls its muddy
waters through the City of Rome, at
times overflowing the lower part of the
city. It breeds malaria and imperils
the health of all who visit tne city.
Browns's Iron Bitters will conquer
malarial fevers quicker and more thor
oughly than any other remedy. Mr.
Enos Hite, 33 Court Street, Indianapo
lis, says, "It cur d me of chills and
fever after all else failed.
FOR THE CURIOUS.
A raUway company in England gives
its horses Turkish bath.3.
The five positions in dancing were
introduced into England from Italy in
Thirty-eight million barrels of pe
troleum are stored in tanks in Penn
sylvania, enough to make a lake a .mile
square and ten feet deep.
Feathers were first used a3 a head
dress by Marie Antoinette, who tried
heir efiect from curiosity, was pleased
with it and set the fashion.
The Austrian national hymn, called
liavau in this country, lor us compos
er, was first sung February 12. 179.
The word were written by L. L
Two sorts of spurs were in use in Eng
and at the time of theNorman conquest ,
one wnh a single point and the other
with several. The sort now in use
were first made about 1400.
Charles II. was fond of music, but
only of that in which the time was
very marked, in consequence the sa
cred music written for the chacel Roy
al in his day sounds as if meant for the
The name and title of Fortescue came
from the conduct of the ancestor if the
house, who protected William I. with
his shield at Hastings, and thence ac
quired the name Fort escue, or strong
Chinese Mandarins are so adverse to
owning the suDeriority of foreign mill
tary organization and arms that officers
commanding drilled-troops have been
known to reserve the use of rifles . for
the enclosed barrack yards, and to re
view their men in public armed with
match-locks, spears and bows.
Pure Cod-Liver Oil made from
selected livers, on the seashore, by Cas
well, Hazard & Co., New York. It
is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients
who have once taken it prefer it to all
others. Physicians have decided it su
perior to any of the other oils in market.
Chapped Hands, Face, Pimples,
and rough Skin, cured by using Juni
per tar Soap, made by Caswell,
Hazard & Co , New York, th 3 w
Fourth Round for the Wilmington
District of the Methodist E. Church,
Smithville. September 27-28.
Bladen Circuit at Antioch. Oct. 4-5.
Whiteyille Circuit, Oct. 7-8.
Brunswick Circuit at Shallotte Camp,
Waccamaw Mission, Oct. 15. '
Flemington Circuit. Oct. 18-19. - .
Elizabeth Circuit, Oct. 20 21.
Cokesbury Circuit, Oct. 24.
CliDton Circuit at. Clinton, Oct. 26-27.
Newton Grove Mission, Oct. 29.
Duplin Circuit, Nov. 1-2.
On slow-Circuit, Nov. 8-9.
Point Caswell Mission, Nov. 13.
Topsail Circuit. Nov. 15-16.
Wilmington, Front Street; Nov. 22-23.
W. H Bobbitt, P.E.
' The Hope of tbo Nation
Children, slow in development, puny,
scrawny and delicate, use "Wells'
Health Renewer." ,
The Tennessee mountains are becom
ing fashionable a3 a summer resort
among people in the South.
The gloomy fevs, . the desponding
views, the weariness of soul that many
complain ot, would often disappear
were the blood made pure and healthy
before reaching the delicate vessels of
the brain. Ayer's Sarsaparilla purifies
and vitalizes the blood ; and thu3 con
duces to health of body and sanity of
J. L. WINNER,
yyATcnaiAKEs & jeweller,
- J Chronometers, Fine Watches
and Jewelry repaired and warranted.
-Opposite New Market, Front St.
rjHDES NEW MANAGEMENT,
WILMINGTON, N. C
B. L. PERRY, Proprietor.
Late Proprietor tlanOo HoteL rirst-Claca
in all t opotBtnat9. Term 13 50 to i.G0
p da. " ' . '
Akakksis- rives imstan
and Is an infaUbU
for Piles. Price k
druggists, or tent pre
by mall. Sampleree.
AaAKESis Ma era.
IIox 2,418 NewTork.
; The malls closo and arrive at -the City Poet
omce as xouowe : -
Northern through mails, fast........7.30P. M.
aortnern tnroiucn ana wiy mails. ...00 JL. M.
Ealeigh...........;...6.45 P. M. and 8.00 A.M.
Mails lor the N. C Bauroad and
" rentes supplied therefrom inclnd
lns A.&K.C. B&llroad at -
C 7.30 P- M. and 8.00 A. M.
Southern Mails for all points South.
daily 8.00 P.M.
western malls (U. C. Kailway) daily.
(except Sunday) 6.45 P. M.
All points between Hamlet and Ral
eigh 6.45 P. M.
ilalllor (Jheraw and Darlington Ball
road.... ........8.00 P.M.
Mans lor points between Florence
and Charleston ......8.00 P. 1L
jrayetteviiie and office on Cape Fear
Kiver, Tuesdays and Fridays 1.00 P. M.
ayeueTUie,vJa u u JSaiiroad, dally.
except Sundays ,...6.45 P. M.
cms low o. xi. and intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A.M.
smiumiie malls, by steamboat, daily
(except Sundays) .. . .8.30 A. M.
Alans lor iasy mil. Town Creek,
Shallotte and Little River. Tues
days and Fridays..... 5.00 P.M.
wrigntsvuie, daily, 8.30 A. M.
. Ui!iN FOE DELIVERY.
Northern through and way malls 7.30 A. M. j
soutnern mans. 7.30 A. M
Carolina Central Railroad.. 8.45 A. M.
Mans conected irom street boxes business
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
P. M. and from other point? of the city at 5
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M.to6P. M..
money uruer anu liegisier department open
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OTFIOX OF GZ2TB&AI. SCTXSXNXEirOEHT,
Wilmington, N. C. lliy 9, 18S4.
Change of Schedule. .
N AND AFTER JULY IStfu 1S8. AT 9.00
A. in., irassensrer xrains on tho vviimino
ton & Weldon Railroad will ran as follows : -
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS DAXLi
NOS. 47 NOSTX AMD 48 SOUTH.
Leave Wilmington, Front St. Depot, P.00 A. M
Arrive at Weldon..... ........X... .. 2.35 P. M
Leave Weldon. I ..... 2. 55 P. M
Arrive at Wlmvgton, Front St. Dvt, ' 8.35 P. M
Fast Thkough Mail a Passskoxb Thajk?
Daily No. 43 South.
Leave Weldon.. 5.35 P. M.
Arrive at Wilm'gton,Front St. DVt 10.C0P. M .
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN Datt.t
' . No. 43 North.'
jueave w limington...... ...... . A.. p. M.
Arrive ai eiuon. .. 2.35 A. M
Train No. 40 South wiU stool bnlv
finl.l0K. ir i." " r"
xTain3 on 'iarboro Branch Road Leave Rocky
Mount for Tarboro at
f. m. and 4.30 p.
M.. Dallv. iSunda
cepted). lie turn tnir
leave Tarboro at S P.
and 10.00 A.M Dallv.
Trains on Scotland
Halifax for Scotland
kBranch Road leave
kat 8.25 P. M. Re.
turning leave Scotlan
Neck at 8.30 A. M.
dally except Sunday,
Train No. 47 make
don for all points North Dally. All rail vis
Richmond, and daily except Sunday via Bav
Line. - .-. i .. ,v . . J
Train No. 43 runs dallv and
nection for all Point North r! rnh j
Washington. T: j Tt-
All trains run solid between Wl'mlngton and
Washington, and have Pullman pi riT
ers attached. 1 r
For accommodation of local frawi
'S?61 wm be attached to local freight leav
& V limuJwn ' ;a. u.f Dally except
JOHN F. DIVINE,
General Superintendent. -
T.M. EMERSON. Genera' Passenger Agent.
July 15 !;'-;
& Augusta It. It. Co. 4
OFFIC2 of Genkral Supkrintendknt.
Wilmington, N. C. July 11.1884.
AND AFTER JULY 13th. 1884. at
.00 A. M.. the following Passensrer Sched
uie will be run on this road : l .
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos. 48
West and 47 Easti
Leave Wilmington.... ......i... 9.05 P. M
Leave Florence.......... 2.40 A. M.
Arrive at C. C. & A. Junction. .1 . . 6.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia fi.40A. M.
Leave Columbia.......... 9.55 P. M.
Leave C, C. & A. Junction........ 10. 20 P. M.
Leave Florence.... i... 4.50 A. M
Arrive at WilmWgton. 8.35 A. M.
Nioht Mail and passenger. Tbaiw, Daily
Leave Wilminffton... ' L. .10.50 P. M
Arrive at Florence.' i. .. 1.25 A. M
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN . Daily
No. 43 East. I i
Leave Florence at....... 4 .05 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington... i ... 8.05 P. M
-rrain 43 stops at all Stations. - '
No. 40 stops only at Flemlngtori. and Marlon.
Passengers for Columbia and ail nrrtnts o-n.14.
& C. R. R.. C & A.R.R. Stations. Aikeri .Tnnpl
tiori. and all ooints bevond. should ts.ke the
40 rignt Jflxpress. . t . :
separate Pullman Sleeoers for Anmsta on
Train 40. - I
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Wilmington. . '
Local freight leaves Wilmlnarton dallv ex-
cepv oouoay at i.w A. ju. s ,
JOHN Fj DIVIlvS,
General SuTierlntsndKnt ;
T. M: EMERSON.General Paasenger Agent
juiy 13 ' 1 , " 1 1
i i i
OXftOa OF ENEKAL SUPEMKlJElirDBarT.
Wilmington, N. C, May ,10riSE4
AND AFTER MAT 12th
1SS4, - THE
following ucneaoie will be
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS 1 TRAIN
uauy except tsunaays.
1 Leave WHminsrtonat....i'7.30P m
No. L, S Leave Ralelghat.........l..7.35 P. M
) Arrive at Charlotte at....'.. .7.00 A. M
) Leave Charlotte at.....i.:.s.A5 T - m
No. 2. J Arrive Raleigh at.. .....ii. .8.30 A M
J Arrive at Wilmington- at.j...8.C0 A." M
Passeneer Trains stnn .t Ttrilai- -to Hvr
only, and points designated in thQ Company!
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, matt.
j EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Dally except Sundays;
No 3 1 v.uarioite.... ......4. 0.15 1. M.
(AiiKcitt cmeiuy. ........... y.uu Xr. JU.
iLeaveShelby. 7.00 A.M.
J Arrive at Charlotte ..4.10.45 A. M.
Trains No. 1 and 2 make eloon Mmnitir.n
Hamlet with R. & A. Trains
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington
Aw uwuauiu; aim Aiueign anu VnariOtte.
Aaxe ATam jno, nor statesville, StaHoni
Western N C R R, Asheville and points West.
aisv, tur opjuruuiuurg, Greenville. Athens.
Uanta and all points Southwest.! "
' L. C. JONES.
rr m Superintendent.
F. W. CLARE, General Passenger Agent .
mav 10 , v
Just the Ticket.
': . " -:," '
AFTER DINNER, ,
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AND ALWAYS. ?
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