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THE'. SOUTHERN 11.
THURSDAY, . -
KEPT. 5, 1SC7
Two y "Years Ago.
flow Wondrous arc the changes, Jim,
Sir.ce twenty years ago,
When jrals wore woilcn dresses, Jim,
And boys wore pants of tow ;
When slices were made of calf skin,
And S"cks of homespun wool.
And children did a half-day's work
Before the hour of school.
Tl-egirfs took music lessons, Jim,
Upon the spinning wheel,
Ard practiced Jute and early, Jim,
On the spindle, swift and reel ;
Ihe boys would ride barebacked to will,
A dozen miles or so,
And hurry oil' before 'twas day,
.Some twenty years ago.
The people rode to meeting, Jim,
In sleds instead of sleighs ;
And wagons rudo as easy, Jim,
As buggies now n-days ;
JrA oxen answered weil tbr reams,
Tbvgh nowtliejrM be too slow ;
I'orjwolMe lived not half so fast
Some twenty years go.
(.). well do T remember, .Tim,
That Wilson's patent .stove.
That lather bought and paid for Jim,
In cloth our own gals wove ;
And how the neighbors wt n.leied
W hen we got the thing to go!
They said 'twould burst and kill us all,
.Some twenty years ago.
It is rather remarkable that while
- i"v . i v a . w w 1 V.t Lilt CVA ,f
make one rood, a single foot, properly
Mined, is oitcu sufhciont to nik ouc
Tiie newspaper is a sermou for the
tlinulitlu), a library for the poor, and
a bk'ssinr to everybody. LorU Rrou
ham called it '-the best public iustruc-
Probably the reason why women's
toeth decay sooner than men's, is not
tbe perpetual friction of their tongues
upon the pearl, but rather the sweet
ness of their lips.
A little boy, while playing ball at
levclanJ, was struck in the eye by the
and almost instantaneously the
Lawl came out of his mouth.
At a c'.iurch collection for missions,
e preachfr said: ' My Christian
brethren, let :ne caution those of you
in pultons not to break oil the
of XW-"M!" UlCU1 I01' USe-
' , ras a lad case of the Neapoli-
..itf" nobleman who i ought fourteen
(lae!s to prove that Dante was a great
er poet than Ariosto, and who on his
'1e::th bodidmitted that he had never
:e;'.j the works ol either.
One exceedingly warm day in July.
n nriiMinor met an old man, ana re-
r.Kirktd that it was very hot. " Yes,"
-. -ys Joe, "if it wasn't for one thing
j :-houli eay "we were going to have a
What is that?" inriuiied
I. is friend
l;lheres nothinjr iroze
An honest clause In the town of
Jl'v.ao standing beside the corpse of
a:v deceased husband, bewailing in
'-.ir." i us tones his untimely departure
1 .-crved: '-It's a pity h's 4ead, for
. . ;j Leetti are a-s gc-aa &3 tney ever
(,St" said au indignant husband to
Lih J-e kless friend, yuu have abused my
h o-pitality, you have kicked me down
stairs, and ym have kissed lr.y wife
bt.f jre my laee Reware sir! A few
core outrages, and you'll rouse the
Gov. Rrownlow disapproves of any
ehrmircs beius; made in the franchise
laws of Tennessee, to increase the nutn
; ;r of white voters.
The Ex-Con fkdkrate Genekal
Sterling Price. The St. Louis De
iupcrat says :
" Geteral Sterling Price, once of the
Cctfccbrate army, is new a quiet, un
i,vten&atioxK ;HMaassin mereiiiiKt in
i?:is city. Ife mtiv be seen occasionally
walking down Chesnut street to his
place of business, with a carew-orn
roRBteuance and a slow, wearied t2p.
Being still a Une-foaking. ian, he at
tracts attention by Itis ajrpearauce, but
Tnany pass him by without recogniziug
in him the terrible rebel who once
spread alarm and consternation all over
the State. General Price appears to
b willing to let the 'lost cause' go by
th-j board, and eke out the balauce of
h!s days in the peaceful pursuits of
Mn. Sevaj;'o Expected Retir;
TI3XT. A New York letter says that
Mr. Seward's confidential friends in
; hat eity continue to assert that he
v.'ill retire from the Cabinet in the
co irse of a few daj s, not because of
fi'sy dispreeinent between him and the
Pre-iivent, but because he is anxious to
ire from public life and spend the
reminder of Lis days nt hie home ' in
A :V)'jrn. TH'y even go eo far as to
n-. or that a letter to that jffect was
:rr. -emitted totl President a fortnijjit
;'o. and that, though the latter is
endeavoring to persuade hirn to recon-r-i
K'r his reeolBtion., the former is in-for.il-ie.
The 15th of September, it
I." fcrtiier eaid. is tLe time fixed for l is
retirtnipirt. I jzive you these reports,
cs i-.il other reports, rumors and gossip
cf r. t;r At ical character are given in
this correi'poudeace, fox what they arc
wort u. -
Fcrar Millions Per, Year.-
-3h-e '"Tr eas'iry Department estimates
th it from thirty-five to forty millions
aoilars will be needed ti support the
antsy in the Southern States faring
the present year. Ihjs b a heavy tax
on industry jind resources of the
country. And what use, inquires the
Phila'lclphia Age, is to be made of the
ar::iv in that section ? Is there any
:-fflir'a :.-!e to law and authority, cither
:ietu !i or suppositious, in that part of
iho L on'. Is any portion of the peo
T'le-m revolt r.jrauiist tke Aauonal or
lr.:o authorities ? Neither, and jc
the Jacobin party insists upon quarter
ing soldiers upou the people in .time -of
are aidtuus adding to tlie-ecpcnses-
-7?h ftf. ihii tmk whpn t.ho.
w l;o put
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned have formed a LIMI-;
TED PARTNERS HIP, in accordance with
Acts of the Legislature of ISGO-N', enti
tled " Limited Partnership," Chapter 28,
for five years, to date from January 1st,
18t7, and to terminate January 1st, 1S72.
The ratare cf the business to be trans
acted is a general Wholesale and Commis
sion business in the city cf Wilmington
James A. Willardnnd A. A. Villard of
the city of Wilmington, are the GENERAL
PARTNERS under, the style of " Willard
Brothers." W. II. Willard, of the city
of Ral.igh, is the SPECIAL PARTNER,
and as such lias contributed and paid in
to the capital stock, the sum of seventy
five thousand doll ars $75,000) in cash.
J AS A WILLARD.
A. A. WILLARD,
W. II. WILLARD,
Wilmington, N. C, March 7. 14 tf
WHOLESALE PEA LEU IX GROCERIES
ASl) GEXEHAL MERCHANDIZE.
No. SO and 31 North Water Street,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Hon. John A. Gilmer, Greensboro', X. C.
Jesse II. Lindsay, Eq., Cashier Rank
Cape Fear, Greensboro', X. C.
Rev. C. II. Wiley, Supcrintendant Public
Schools for the State of North Carolina.
Messrs. Jas. Corner & Sons Baltimore.
Messrs. Dow ley, Corners & Co., New Veil-
Agents for Emery's Cotton Gin and
Ccudfiisf r, am! for
MARVIN & COS SAFE.
A supply of these Celebrated Cins and
Safes, constantly on hand.
No SO and "I North Water Street,
Bee 13.3-tf Wilmington, A'. C.
Patent Lock Tic.
PATENT SELF-ADJISTIXC TIE.
The mosi simple and greatest improve
ment cf the age for
MUCH SAFER FROM FIRE, AND
CHEAPER Til AN ROIE.
AV1NG OLU LARGELY LAST
THE PATENT LOCK TIE,
we can rcconnaeiid them to give entire sat
isfaction. Wc l;:vc taken the Agency for
tbe State, and will continue to keep a
large apply ou tand.
For one Ton and upwards, to -dealer?, a
liberal discount will be allowed.
E. MUKUA1 & CO,,
Wilmington, N. C.
August 1st. o' om
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
dav formed a Co-jiartiiorship, niulcr
the name of R. II. COWAN & CO., for the
purpose f carrying on a General Commis
sion, Shipping acd Supply Business in the
City of Wilmington, N. C.
Their office, for the 2rczcnl, is on the Cor
ner of Chesnut and Water Streets, up stairs,
where they will be happy to hear from
and serve their friends.
By the 1st of October next, iley will be
fully prepared to furnish supplies of all
kiuils. ROBERT II. COWAN,
JOHN T. CAMERON,
JAMES II. HILL.
Wilmington, July 29, 1807. :;5-tf
0 C7 PARSLEY & CO.,
IMPORTERS OK COFFEE SUGAR
WILMINGTON, N. C.
7 ILL GIVE rROMPT PERSONAL
attention to all business entrusted to
their care, and make liberal Cash Advances
on consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores,
and other Country Produce for sale or iLip-
J&g All consignments covered by insu-
raoe from date of shipment.
Agents for E. F.Coe's Super-Phos
phate of Lime, or Bone Manure, the best
Fertilizer ever used for Cotton or Grain
J65 Aprents for Dupont'-s Powdei.
opt. 1- 1-SO-G.- 40-ly
X every county of North Rml Fotrdli
Carolina, to Canvass and SeilLEOYD'S
NEW DOUBLE MAP OF NORTH AME
RICA on the face, as! a COUXTY MAP
OF THE UNITES STATES on the back
covering 24 square feet of muslin, with
rollers, &c. Other agencies can be given
if desired. Agents make from five to
twenty dollars per dayf. Address
WARREN R. MARSHALL,
General Agent L'oyd's May.
Columbia, S. C.
July 18. 33-Sm
ill Carolina papers inserting this no
tice to tic amount of $8 will receive a
copy of the map in payment
tyrouglit Iron Buckle Tie.
First PrTiilium Awarded at Louisiana Stale
5" in as cheap -a lie, and the best one yet
It isthe strongest tie,stand-
iDg by test
uin of (2,000) two thous-
ost easilv adjusted tic.
4 tuir.-, The Jnos'9&y
ROBERT A. MARTIN. . ROBERT TA.NNAHH.t.
MARTIN & TAXNAIIILL,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
199 Sycamore Street,
7o are prepared to furnish our friends
with, tfcg best Baling and Eepe a3
J. E. LlXDSEY, Oeneral Ascnt.
Aug. 2(J. C9-tf. Rocky Mount, N. C.
NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS.
E ARE PREPARED TO FUR
nish the best Roll Rasrjririgr
direct from Mannfactnrers. also heavy Gun
ny Cloth, Flax and Jute Eopc, Iron EancU
and Twinoontlie most favorable terms.
TAXXA1IILL, McILWAIXEfc CO.,
330 Pearl Street.
MARTIN .V TAXXAIHI.L,
"J'J Sycamore Street,
An-. 19. ai-Om
J. L. & S. T. GRELN,
108 Sycamore Street,
PrORITK DONNANS 4 JOHNSON,)
'11 YE THEIR PROMPT AND PER-
soual attention to tins sale, on com
mission, of COTTOX, TOBACCO, WHEAT,
CORN, BACON and all kinds Country
Produce, and prompt returns made.
Will furnish FERTILIZERS of all kinds
on good terms.
Can also furnish goods not ia their line
at lcwest prices,
J. L. GREEN",
of rett-i-sburg, Va.
S. T. GREEN,
Late of Warren Co.. X. C.
May 2, 1807. 22-t2iDec.
2 1 K
FALKXEK & C0m
and Retail J)ealcrs in
Shoes, Trunks, &c,
bU. Wi Syeaiiit re Sfr.tt,
f7" EEP CONSTANTLY ON If AND
JOX a la:-c- and well e!eetell stock of
goods bought directly from manufacturers
for -cash, and are oiTcrcd to the trade at
prics as low as those of other koui-es North
J. T. WHITE, 1 Late of
W. A. K FALKNER, Warranton,
TII03. E. WILSON, N. C.
op. 2'i, 1807. 21 Cm
J. T. 3I0RSIS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
F U 11 X I T IJ II 12 ,
of nil dicrifttincs;
Raymond's Metallic Cases,
And WOUUEN COL' HNS, ot all
kinds, always on hand.
No. 127 Sycamore Street.
Branch lLuse at Raleigh,
.1. K. VKXABLE, I. WILLIA.MSOS
J. E VENABLE & CO ,
Com m ission Mwltants,
ELL and buy rn Commission, Cotton,
3 Tobacco, Snuff, Wheat, Flour, Corn,
provisions and (Jeneral .Merchandise.
Easing and Rope on hand and fur sale.
M. T. Sv.KesKV, Traveling Agent.
Tlionu Wallace, Pres. Exchange Bank,
T. T. Brooeks, Prc-ident Virginia Bank,
It. Raglan 1, Present City Bank,
John Kevan, President Farmers Bank,
Frick and Ball, Baltimore, Md.
Sept. 1 40-tf
R. C. Osborne
X. M. Osborne, jr.
J. R. Patterson
L. E. Staitiback
OSBOllNE, P ATT Ell SON 4b CO.
6mni iss ion tlSerch nuts,
1G3 Sycamore Street,
sept 14, 42 tf Petersburg, Va.
SPRING AXD SUMMER STOCK.
Wholesale and Tletail,
At 119 Sycamore fct., Petersburg
Second door South of T. R. Moore's Hat
Establishment, and' nearly opposite
.Franklin street, with an eutire
new, superior, and well se
lected stock of
jGENTS YOUTHS AND BOY'S
And Furnishing; Goods,
of every description.
Our Stock is Entirely New!
Selected by ourselves and made up ex
pressly to1 order, we honestly invite and
most cordially solicite a thorough examina
tion We have made
YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING
a specialty, and with all due respect to
other Clothiers of the city, think we can
safely say, we have a larger selection than
any three of them combined. The atten-
T.i T-n f a nniiK CI unrfli 3 TiR in this
IfAisolicited. Alsi a
Having attended the Large
CLOSING AUCTION SALES
Of the Season last Week, auJ procured
Suited to the wants of this
community, I am prepared
to offer the
BEST AND CHEAPEST
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CUT
Among the many to be found, are :
u00 y.n-ds real silk Embroidered Grena
dines, in new style, worth $1 25, at o2 1-2
1,001 yards real Silk Embr.d let ?d Gre
nadines, in new style, vorth $1 GO, lor 7o
1.000 ynr's Silk Enihroidcd Grenadines,
in new style, worth u0, for ?l I").
Plain P.lack and solid Colored Grena
dines, at correspondingly low Prices.
These goods are just the thing for the
season aud mueh needed, as they have
been very scarce and higti.
2,f)!)0 yards neat, pretty Dress Goods,
in all kinds of thin fabrics, worth -30 to
To cents, for 2-3 to 37 cents.
Tlie beet article for Travelling T)ve6ss
I ever saw, worth $1 -30 for 02 1-2 to 7-3
The most desirable shades of gray an 1
dr.il: Alpacas, at 73 cents to 100 per
S-4 White and Black Crape Motets
Also ("J renadiucs.
G.OvO yards Black Alpacas : positively
(bo ;icfi i-cfct bargains cv-r ofTci-cd in this
market, at -50, iYl 1-1', 7-3, K7 1-2 cts., and
Sil ; Vicrth in every instance double tiie
3,000 yards Black Silks, cf the most np-j'-ved
makes, in Tal!'et.s and Gro Grsin,
for 1 -30. 1 4o, 1 oO, 1 T.j, 1 00, and $2 0.
Th.se juices are from ."() cents to 'l 00
per yard less than m:y similar goods have
been offered in this market.
l,0fH) Parasols, in every style and va
riety, about half price say from $1 GO to
Alo, Sea-side and Promenade Tarasols,
very desirable for travelling, watering
Th? largest find finest assortment of
Real Point Lace Goo Is ever offered in Pe
tersburg, for less thanlialf their value.
Pveal Point Collars
Ileal Point Collars and Curls !
Heal Point Setts!
Pueal Point Lace Trirnsned
One real Point Applique Lace Sh.twl, 8
veiy valuable article worth 250.
10,000 yards of magnificent Lawns, from
25 to 50 cents, worth double the price.
3'lie best Lawns, ever offered in IctV3
burg for "J-j cents.
1,000 yards EivfTIinen Lawa, for Ladies'
norning dresses ; the most desirable goods
in the market
Also, 5.000 ynrds of Spanish Linen, Lin
en Coating, Linen Drills and Canvas Ducks,
at 25 to CO cents per yard, worth 50 cts.,
Also, 200 pieces Canton Matting, from
37 1-2 to 55 cents per yard. Among them
is the XX Imperial, the lest Matting made.
It is not neeessary to sdd more, nor to
say I am selling lower than any one else.
Tbe publie are the best judges of ttis, and
I iope they will give their verdict sub
stantially in my favor by their liberal pa
tronage, and I will assure themjl wi!l leave
no effort .untried to please.
K. 25 SjxaKoro Street,
THE GREAT SOUTH EUN
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A sctje and certain cure and
CONSUMPTION in its early stages,
Enlargement and Ulceration of the G lands, Joitts, Bones, Kidneys, Utcrne,
Chronic Rheumatism, Eruptions of the Skin, Chronic Sore Eyes, Szc,
SYPHILIS, IN ALL ITS FORMS,
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Lops of Appetite, Sick Ileadacke, Liver Complaint, Tain in the Uack, Impru
dence in Life, Gravel, General 111 Health,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
RLOOD, LIVER, KIDNE.Y3 AND BLADDER.
&ST It thoroughly eradicates every kind of IICMORand BAD TAINT, and restores
the entire system to a healthy condition.
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never producing the slightest injury.
JCQ The ROSADALTS is not a Secret Medicine. The articles from which it is
made are published around each bottle, and it is used and recommended Iry the Med
ical Faculty, wherever it has been introduced, as .a positive and eeliacle Medicine,
for Jit-cases of the BLOOD, LIVES and KIDNEYS.
L'SED AXD ENDORSED BY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS EVE
RYWHERE IT IS KNOWN.
Prepared only by J. J. Lawrence, 1,1. D., Chemist, "Wilson, . C.
For sale by all the Principal Drusglsts in the United States and Canada.
4X1) WHOLESALE BY
D. BAENL'S &CO., 21 Pavx Rw, X. V.
E. WILLIS, Wilmington, X. C.
PRICE hlN0 PKIl 1JOTTJL.K.
JTPEXT AXYU'HERK BY KXPKES?, OX RECEIPT OF FIUCE.
THE REST BLOOD PURIFIER IN THE WORLD.
nr. Tj:ttcra:cc?s Celebrated IZ O $ A D A & S.
Rrad the following Ennie feninfates frcss
AVc hereby certify that the ROSADLI3
is prepared by a Physician, who is an cx
vcrUnctd pharmaceutist and Chemist, ami
that his lvmedy is an fJii'-Jait and valuable
one iu Scrofula, Syphilis, &e., U having
performed some rnuarhahle rirrcs ia this
vicinity. W- A. LUGGAX, M. D.
E. 1JARXES, M D
R. W. KING, M. 1.
"Wilson, N. C., February 4th, ISC7. '
We iw-Tfly certify that we regard Pr.
Lawrence's Compour.il S'. tract of Rosa ialis
as a JtliuLlc Allcrutice, yc.
A. U. MOORE, M. D.
L A. STITII, M. D.
V,"ilsen, X. C, May 10, 1807.
Edjroaosiilw County, X. C , May 21 1 Ml-.
Dr. J. J. L,uvev.sce Dear Sir- f lease
send n;c innnediately, per express to Tar
l.oro, two dozen 11 ore bottles of your Rosa
dalis. I have carefully esauiined itsj'ornni-
la. and have ascd it ia my practice in a
number of cases. I am well pleased w i:h
it. -think -V I 's.-mtd di.vht AeBESTAL-
TERATIVE trtr lhave tried ii -i-a
several cases of Scrofula- and Scrofulous'
Affections, &c., villi much tntifaetion to
myself vnd ja!i Jits. I have a'so used it in
Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, (one a
tenible ease of t ight years standing,) in
which it acted villi surprising ard satis
factory effect making a, qu'ck and
thei'oufsli cure. 1 have, therefor-, no hesi
tation iu fccomuieridlng it t Phvsieiatis
.n r.d others a the !Hjmt s-xlialle ALTERA
TIVE -Jr i.iKivtt.
Respectfully yours, &c.,
A. B. XOBLES, M. D.
A TrY-oriilrrful Care cf Scffnlous White Steel
I hereby certify, that last September
was attacked v uli V hite Swelupg ot the
left knee md also with an enlaigemcnt
of the gl-
cf the neck (one tumor
reach a large size. The swelling of the
knee was enormous, and was atteuded with
the most excruting pains. I wasso reduced
that 1 wasconfhied to mj rjom over three
months. My leg was so completely driwn
up, that I could not bend it at nil. I tried
various remedies, and .they failed to give
,me n-aj' relief. 1 was in this condition
when I commenced taking "Dit. LA"V
REXCE'S BOt.'.DALIS. The swelling in
both "kn.c-ud iwck began to subside be
fore I took all of the first bottle. By the
time I took the second bottle, the swelling
of the neck entirely disappeared, and that
of tbe knee nearly so. After taking three
bottles I fonnd iayself completely well
able to walk as -well as eve, &c.
Wilson, X. C, May 12, 1-G7.
uosadxtLts will Cure the very zcorst cases of
, . ... J . J
C Vi ro n ic lift eu mat turn
Wilson, X. C, May 6lh, 1S67.
I hereby certify that J was cured of long
standing Ohro.nic RUftiimatism, by taking
four bottles of BR. LAWRAXCE'S ROSA
DALIS. JAMES WILLS.
: " I believe, from personal experience, that
RowdaUs Cures Carbuncles, Boils, Venules, the Roadilis is thejif iorjc ever pre
dc etc. pared."
S BEWARE OF COUNT iiRFEITS. See that J. J. LAW'RANCE
CO. is blown oa the bottle and stamped on the corli.
ALL LETTERS OF IX'QUIRl', &cM PROMPTLY ANSWERED.
Address IR. J. J. LAWRAXCE, Wilson, N. C.
Seat fee anywberc by express on receipt of price.
FOR SALE IN TARBORO' M
LIACNAIR & OWEN AND JONES & HOWAliD.
August Stb; l&GJ.
the only one yet discovered) for
its various forms.
CAR!!, EOYKIX &. CO., H Li-ht St., Halt.
J. II. BAKER, 11 Roanckc Av., Norfolk, Va.
Ccitificr.tc from an old and much respect
ed citizen of Green County, now a re
sident of Wilson, X. C.
I hereby certify that during the summer
and fall of 1800, that I was severely r
i'.icted wilh Carbuncles, Laving had as
wany as 14 large C-arhuHU, and 12 ordin
ary ieii?. I suffered so much from then,
hat 1 could not get out of the house half
the time for several months. Being in
duced to try Dr. Lawmncc's Rosadalis. 1
was cnlirch cmcd by the !' of cue Id.'U
of tliat t rly iwttaf.if medicine.
Vv. A. DARDEX, Sr.
Wilson, May 11th, 1S07.
Cohfump'iuii in it early starts cein he Cured.
Baltimore, Md., March 4ili, 1SG7.
Dear Dr. Lawrance; My darhter Ijav
ing bec ev.ved of a deeply seated disease
cf the lungs by your " llosadtilis," I feel it
niy dutv to make the fact known to yvii for
the benefit of others. She suffered nearly
(Vo years with a hard cough, which troubled
l1(.r day and night, at last the emaciated
form, glassy eye, ri'ght sweats, together
Kii, tic congli, told tco plainly that it
vas Consxinption be; ond question eating at
i,cr vitals. Our physician's remedios
brought no relief. She was advised to try
TOUr KoMdali as a tonic which she did.
Imagine my surprise and gratification when
I foiuid 5:cr appetite returning, ivy she
regained her strength, her cough and night
sweats, uraotially ceased, and the is ,vtr,
after taking five bottles of your medicine,
apparently as well as ever.
MRS. E. AXX SMITH.
Jivsathilis Cures all Slcin Diseases.
Sell Xuia Cured WPuwarkalJe Cure'.
Montreal, Canada, April 4th, ii7.
I tr Lav.rcncc, Wilson, X. C
iily Dear Sir For the last ten ytare un
til recently) I suffered with an inrete-nie
eruption of the thin called by physicians
" Salt liheum," with which I suffered ter
ribly; the pain and itching was almost in
tiderable. 1 tried several of the best phy
sicians iu Europe and this country have
visited several celebrate'! Springs spent
thousands of dollars and failed to get any
better. In December, 18ti0, being in Char
loeton, S. C, I was told be a gentleman at
the hotel, lhat he had been cured of a bad
tetter by a medicine called Rosadalis."
I resolved to try it, without hny hope
though of its doing me any good. I pro
cured a bottle of Messrs. King & Cassidy,
and commenced taking it. Finding to my
surprise that I was improving. I bought
four other bottleq; but before commencing
; the last two, I found I was completely veil
the disease having entirely disappeared.
j Enclosed find One Hundred DollcLrtf
which please accept as a token ot nsy erat-
. , , ' . .
nude. Why do jou not -aiake your mvalu-
able JZosadalis widely nown
i'our sincere friend,
W. T. SELTZER.
Major John W. Dunham, one of the
editors of the 'Wilson A'ort Carolinian,
says in his issue of the 20th April, 1807 :
jmiM.ni jbmjjw mini
MEDICINE and SURGERY.
THE PHILADELPHIA UN1VER3I
ty of Medicine and Sflrjrery was or
gntitzcd in 1818. Chartered by the Legis
lature, February 20, 1S53. Xame changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic
Medical College of Philadelphia in 1SG0.
Is 18G3 it purchased the Pennsylvania
Medical College, established in 1S42, and
and tb Philadelphia Medioal College,
which had previously been merged into
the Pennsylvania Medical Collego. In
1SC4 it purchased the Tenn Medical Uni
versity. The Trustees of the separate
schools united, petitioned, and obtained a
special act of the Legislature, consolida
ting these institutions and changing their
names to that of the Philadelphia Univer
sity of Medicine and Surgery, March 15,
1S05. AH these various acts are published
in the statutes of Pennsylvania. The cost
of the building and museum was over one
hundred thousand dollars. It will be ob
served that the University, as now organ
ized, is the legal representative cf the four
medical colleges that it lias absorbed. It
is a liberal school of medicine, confined to
no d'lgmn, nor attached to any medical
cl:'ine ; but embraces in it teachings eve
rything of value to tiie profession.
Sessiont. It lias two full sessions each
year, commencing on the 1st of October,
and continuing until hc 1st of January as
its first session, and from the lut of Janu
ary to the 1st of April tis it second ; the
two constitufing one full course ot lectures.
It lias also a summer session, commencing
on the lt i f April and continuing until
August, for the preparatory branches, such
as Latin, Greek, Matthc-matics. Botany,
'oology, Chctuistry, AmUotuy, i'liysiolouy,
Ticltts. Tickets to the full course of
lectures 120, or Si'jO for each session
For the summer or preparatory course 25.
Graduating fee 20 To aid young nttn of
m'-dei ate mcaiil, the University has issued
five hundred scholarships, which are sold to
first-course students, for 75, and t.i sec
ond course stu dents, for 5n, each cmsti
tuting the holder a life member, with the
perpetual privileges of the lectures, mid
i.ll the teachings of tis a echool- The only
additional fees are a yearly dissecting and
matriculating ticket, each of which is 5.
The Advantages of Scholarships- The
student holding a scholarship can enter
tiie College at any time during the year,
attend as long as he chooses, and re-enter
the institution as frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study
to enter the Utiivcrsity on scholarship0,
hence, all private tiiiti-jji fee arc saved.
Student.--, by holding 6cJiol.irl.ips, can
prosecute other business a part of tlie time.
The cai di.latc for graduation can re
sent himself at any time, and receive his
degree as soon as qua'.ilie !
In case a student should hold a scholar
ship ac:d iwt be able to attend lectures' it
c:m he tnini-fcneJ la another, thus pre
venting any loss
Parents, guardians, or friends of stu-dr-nts
wuliing to purchase scholarships
fur them a year or more before their at
tendance at the University, can secure
llie.ui by advancing oiwe-h-ilf tj;e price, ami
paying the balance when the student en
ters. Physicians and benevolent men can
bestow great benefit upon porr oung men,
by presenting thcr.i a se'ool.ir.-hip, an !
thus enabling them to obtain an honorable
Tiie Faculty embraces scy-omUch emin
ent physs ciani and surgeon--. The Uni
versity has associate 1 with it a la !. lio-
1 it.;I clinic, where every form fo medical
and surgical and surgical di-r-oase is oper
ated on and treated id the presence of the
Collie r,uldhi-j The Colkg' build
ing, located in Xintli Street, south of Wal
nut, is the find iu the city Its front is
collegiite gothio, and is adorned with eni-bat'e-nenis
;.nd embrasure0, presenting a
nov.il, b'bl, and beautiful appearance.
T4u &eade i of brown stone, ornamentc:
by two towers, riing to the elevation of
eighty feet, ami crowned with an embat
tled parajot The building contains be
tween tip!y and sixty rooms, all supplied
with water, gas, and every otnor conven
ience that modern improvement c.-m con
tribute to lac'litate medery other con
venience that modern improvement can
conii ibu'e to facilitate medical instruction.
Only five hundred scholarships will be is
sued, ati 1 as two hundred and iifty ate now
sold, those who wish to secure one should
do so ::t once. Money .cai Le remitted by
express, or a draft 'r check se-:-t tii L'y
Xatioual bank in theUuitod Sta'cs, when
the scholarship will be returned by mail,
simed bv the President of the Board of
Trustees. Jos. S. Fisher, Esq , and the
Dean of the Faculty, W- l'ahio, M- D. All
orders to?-scholarships or other business
of ike University, sh mid bo addressed to
Professor W. Paine, M. D , PLilaJ-li-hia.,
PAIXE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICIXE,
A netv work just issued by V,'. Paine, M.
D., professor of the principles ind Prac
tice of Medicine and Pathology in the
Philadelphia Univertity of Medicine and
Surgery; author of Paine's Practice . ol
Surgery ; a work an Obstetrice and Ma
teria Medica ; ruthor of Xew School Reme
dies : an Epitome of Eberlie's Practice of
Medicine ; n Review of Homoeopath' ; a
walk on the History of Medicine; Editor
of Univeii-ity Medical and Surgical Jour
nal, &.c. &c- It is a royal octavo of 'JoO
pages, and contains a full description of
all diseases known in medicine and sur
gery, including those of women and cliil
dra, together with tlieir pathology and
treatment by all the new and improved
methods. Price $7 ; postage 50 cent3.
Address the author, 0U3 Arch Street,
MEDICINE and SURGERY.
A Semi Monthly Journal of Medicine, Sur
gery, l'liysiol'ijy. Hygiene, and General
Literature, doeoted to the 1'ioji'sswu and
The cheapest medical paper in the world,
published every two weeks, at the Univer
sity Building, Xinth Street, south of Wal
nut. Single copies, ' ' $1 CO
Five copies to enc address, 4 35
Ten .." " 7 50
Fifteen " " 9 SO
Twenty " " . 10 00
The getter-up of ttc club spall have one
W. PAINE, M. D., Editor.
1 S wheat is now commanding an f tra
IV liihli price, it will be the wish ot lr-
mers to procure such machines as
more speedily and effectually prepare their
crops for the market. To this end I tic
sire all interested to examine the follow
ing list of machines. Before enumerating
I wish only to say that none shall have
excuse for going further Xoith for
as I guar.iDtefi in every case to furnish
thorn as cheaply as they can get the samo
article from any part of the United States.
If they wish any machine other than those
named below, my arrangements are such
as that their orders to me will be prompt
ly filled :
Grant's and Sinclair's Grain Cradles,
Buckeye, McCormick and Monitor Heap
crs, Emery's Celebrated Improved Railway
Pciton's, Siuclair and Baldwin Lever
Sinclair, Whitmin, and the Dingee
Emery Combined Thrashers and Win
nowers, Montgomery Rockaway Fanning Mills,
Sinclair's and the Excelsior Fanning
The Emory Railway Power is of such
superior merit that none can justly lay
claim to equality. It has all the good
qualities contained in any other, an I pos
sesses advantages which no others Lave .
1 have the exclusive agency for tb'S n-
chine, and recommend it to all who nro
scarce of team and with a Hallway Power,
Most farmers havc-their settled idea as
the- best Reaper, so that 1 do not cari to
coi.tcst this point with them. It has been -repeatedly
decided, at tlie various fairs
licbi North ami South, that each and every
one is the best. Older what you prefer, '
and I will think it BEST to obey your in
structions. Iu naming the ,crego;ng macjiiues par
ticulaily, I wish none to forget that I am
manufacturing and dealing largely in all
iYrmiss Tools. Smte, Car Iron,
aad am .gents lor the Star ColtOIl TJiJ,
Ko. 11 Wide Water Street.
July IS. otl-tf
35 PARK ROW, XK'.V YORK.
One copy, one year
Four copies, one year,
Ten copies, one year,
Twenty copies, to one .-i(i-lres,
F i t y copies, to one aj.lrcss.
. 2 oo
One copy, ei.e ye ir,
Four copies, one year,
Teu copies, one year.
DAI J A' WOULD.
One copy, 'one year,
( J -1 J 15 PillZFiS.
For Clubs of Oae A'.eklv.
" Oil, One Semi-Weekly,
" 100, Oi e 1 ily, one year
Additions to tdiitis may be maiie
tii'.-.e iu the year at the aboe club at:..
Chawg3 inClut) Lists mi le only ru
que t of jicrson receiving club pack ig- s,
staling edition, pot oltice an I State to
which it has previously bce:i sent, ami
enclosing t iventr-ijve cents to pay f4 r trou
ble of the change to sera rat addressi
Terms, cash iu advance. Scud, if possi
ble, Post (Clice Money, Order or B,isk
1'raft. Bills sent by mail will be at risk
oi the sender.
Wc have no travelling agents. Ad !:e.-s
all orders ami letttrs to THI-1 Wt)R!,l).
!1. 15 tf.
mos;: Ios:: rrwosin
ii ax t iwcr i r.t: it ov
1 st Pieminm, Grand mi l Square Pianos,
FA (TOR I
81 ().'( 8li (:t(fc n St, mill ri
and M Perry St., nppnsii r I, c
Ihtltimorc J Ohio R R.
Wareioouis No. 7 N '.'.'.a rty .St. above
rfllIE:-E PIANOS HAVE BEEN" BE
h f.n the Public- i'.-r ti-.e la:-i Thirty
years, in compeiition with tl.e test makers
of the Country.
My new Fea-ie ria.ws with th ngralTe
biL'g-s attachment, are prommticcd by tho
best a matures and professors to be.lh.O.
best liano now Manufactured, they;art
warranted for Five years with the ;pri'tir '
ledge of exchanging within 12 montl'i If
not j mi rely satisfactory to the pureUnselCj,
Second hand Pianos and Parlor Orga
nllways on hau l from oO to $300.' '
II iferencc : Km. R. E. Ie, Lexington
Messrs. D. B. Payne & Co., Liuchburg;
Messrs. John W. Davis & Sons and J. It.
Carrington, Exchange Ilrdid, Richnit?-
Ya.; and Weeks B. I'nrker of Edgecombe,
who have our Pianos in use.
Terms Liberal. A CALL IS SOL1C1,
TED. nug. 2l 30-1 y'
J. M. UGWELL, "
BOOT & SHOE MA K.E li,
TARBORO', N. C.
t VOULD RETERX HIS THANKS Ti
1 the public for the patronage bsttow
ed in the past, and respectfully inform tM
citizens of Tatboro' and surroundiDg coun
ty, that he is now prepared to execute-fit
the most speedy and satisfactory mil rfer
all work confided to his cue.
His terms arc strMly cash on delivery.
All work warranted.
J. M. HOWELL,
feb. 14. 11 Cm Tarboro' X. C.
$239 REM All D. W
rnnE a bo ye regard yill be ,
paid for tljc a;e ichonsion or for such
information as will lead to tlie apprehen
sion and conviction of the person or per
hons whri Cre J tlie buildings in Tarboro'
on the night of the 16th inst.
U. B. BRYAN,
II A.DOWD, Cm
July 17. 3-3G7. SS-tf
LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
against me, as jriacinal or surety, wit
find il to t-ei.r interest to deliver or send
statement to my Attorney,' Hen- George'
I Howard. Prompt attcntiou requested,
i ap 18. 20-tf DAY1D W. BULLOCK