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The Tarboro Southerner.
Thursday, - - - November 6. 1373.
Song from " Isles of the Ama-
There was oue who stood by the waters
With the stars on tcr hair, and the bars
ol the moon
Broken up at her feet by the bountiful
Of exteuding old trees, who did question
ing grieve :
"The birds they go over us two and by
The ni"-io is mite.l; his brdi hi th
S:n . ; - i b: i-ri! and h' - (,:.
Of love yon may hear them the whole da
'There is nothing that is that can yield one
Like an innocent love; the leaves have
And the tides talk low in ibe reeds, air1
And the quick buds open their lips but for
"In the ste-p und starry silences,
Oa the stormy levc-hs of the limitless s.a.
Or hero in the depths of the dark brow'o
There is nothing so much as a brave ntauV
''There is nothing so strong, in the stream,
on the laud,
In the va'ley ff palms, on the pimvu 1-u
la the clouds of the gods, on the gras.se
As the silk-soft to ich of the baby's bro i.
"It were better to sit and to spin on a
The w hole year through with a bbe a:
With its brown hands itaehinj cs'
in;!y Thar, to sit in a girdlo of sold and a!. ;!.
' O barren dr.H days, where never th
Seet LiinJ M' a babe hides I vk h
When a ni -tlaer co i-.e h u- ail', ; i,u
deu of care,
And over the ii!u of hw lite b- :.d- Jo wi.
"It were belter perhaps to .e moilieis ,l
And to nuzrniur not much; there me
clonus in the son
Can a woman undo Uiat the , d., liave
Kay. the things must be as the things have
I'll give you the siip. as the gar
dener s;lid when lie promised a irieo-i
A younx pentieman recently created
quite-a sensut ion while r':din2 to n
circle of yniin lac: a poetie effusion.
''To a beam ii ul Heil," by prououtiuin
(he last word ia two syllable.
The man whose hair turned white
in a siosla nipjit Las been surpassed
oy tne Boston pin who
pletely in one dance.
OSt, lier's mill.
Why are younp ladies like arrow,?
Because they are all in a quiver, when
their beans come and catt go ofl
A country clergyman, paying a pro- j
ics-'ionai visit to a dvm nei"hoor :
wl.r. w,a oK.,rl; l. .".::? i? i
Who was cburlls.li and UOlver-nlly till-I
popular man. put the u-uul ques'ion:
Are you willing t go, my friend ?
Oh yes, said the sick man. I an..
Well, said the simple-minded minister.
I am lad you arp, lor the neighbors
A chap from the country, Ptoppiii"
at one of our hotels being asked b
the waiter whether he would hive
green or bl ick tea, replied he die n't
care a darn wbit c l.)- it was, if it had
plenty of s-weet'u ia it.
A will is registered in Waynesbu z,
Pa , which cjoiaius the following re
markable clause : Ial-iogise to my
beloved wife one red cow, one thr
year old colt, and the remainder of the
kitchen and household furniture.
An illustration of absent mindedaess
ii told of an excitable young dru
olerk who filhd his cn3fomer's' bnnle
with the liniment he desired, arcl re
ceiving rherefor a neiv twenty-five cent
slnnplas'er. pasted it on the bottle and
put the lably in the drawer.
A gentleman took a lady out to rid.
the other evening, and came horn
with a fal.sp curl att.iehcd t the s de
of his cap. He wonders how it " y
Au Arabian having brought a, blush
on a u.aid:u's check by the ( a'nestnes,
of his gaz;. said to'her: My look
have painted ioses in your cheeks;
wf y forbid ue to gather iheui? The
ruiits la :i wh-j .-ovs to reap the
A mm out West, saya he moved so
often during 0;te year that whenever a
covered wagon stepped at the gate his
chickens would fall on their b.iefes and
hold up their feet, in order to be tied
and thrown in.
True worth is always rccoguized at
last. Death leveli all distinctions, and
dispols all prejudices. In tbe grave
are buried all rivalries and hostilities.,
and the departed is sure to receiv
then the due and unbiassed tribute to
Read the following touching epiianh
which we find in the Wiloio-ton
Oo a tombstone in South Carolina
is the folic wing beautiful tribute to de
parted worth ;
Here lies ti e body of'Thomaq f.r.rd
Mouth almiiihty aud teeth aceordin
Str-augcr, tread lightly ovtr this wen
Ifheopeus his mouth, you are
REASONS WHY THE :
PERRY, DAVIS l& SON.,
Best Family Medicint of tbe Age.
And why it shou'd be ker t always at
1st. rain-K'iler is the most certain ("hclera
cure ihat medical seience las pr dueed.
2nd. I'ain-Ki ler. as a i-ianhira and IKscn-te.-y
remedy, seldom, if ver, ' : i s.
3rd. Pain KiiKr v-ill ' ur rr.iin;.s r Pains
i i any par nf tl .--tea. A s.iile dose
;is ulh eti'ee.s a cure
4rh.'l'iui-Kiiior id cine Dyspepsia and In
digestion, if used i ccording to elireciions.
5th. Pain-Kiiler is an aimost never failing
cure for sudden Colds. Coughs, 4c.
till. I'am-Kil er has proved a sovereign
remedy fur icver and ague, and chill fever; it
has cured the most obstinate cases.
7th. Pain-Killer, as a linimeni, isunequaled
tor frost bites, chilblains, ban B, brmsi.s, cuts,
sprains, i tc.
8th. i'ain Kdler has cured cases of rheuma
tism ano neuralgia after years' standing.
9th. Fain-Kiiler will destroy oils, felons,
whi 1 iws Id sores, giving relief from pain
after the first application.
lOtli. Tain-Killer cures headache & toothache
11th. l'um-Killer will save you days sick
ness and many a dollar in tinie'and dr.'"s bills.
12tli. Pain-Killer is a purely vegetable pr p
ara Mil, safe to Ke p and to us.e in evi ry
fa ni y '1 lie simplicity attending :ts use, to
Kether with the great variety of diseases that
nay be entirely eradicated by it, and the great
amount ) pain and Buttering that can be alio-
viafed through 'ts use, make it imperative
ipon cv-'tv p rson to supplv themselves with
this valnnbl remedy, and 10 keep it always
near at hand
i i:e 'aio-tvuier is know known and appre-
ciaed in everv ouarer of the Globe l'htsi-
eniis recommend it m their prc ice, while all
classes of soeietv 1 are found in it rebel and
co f i t Give it a trial
lie sure a' d buy the genuine Every Drug
gist an.l near.y every Country Grocer through,
out tilt land keep it for sale
Agents make J12 50 per day, or t75 per wtek
AX ENTIRELY new
lor domestic tle
ONLY FiYE DOLLAR-.
W.t'i tb.- N'. w '.itent liutton HoZ- Wo ker.
i'.iti n:ed .'tine 27, 1871. Awarded the liret
P-eiUMiu at fit un rieau liis'itnte and .Ma-.
ry a:i l Institute I-airs, 1871. A ;-vst, wooder
i aod i.ii..iy ciii.-u uelet S wiig iid- .
chine for family work: complete in al! its p ir's
uses '.he .stiaitlit Eye Pointed Needie. Seif
Thieadii'.K. diie.'t n; right positive motion.:
New Tension. So?f Peed and (Vntb Guider.
)!erates by Alice and en a 1'aWe; Zight mn-uin.-.
Smooth and noisi e.ss, ike tt'U g,xid
high priced maehines: h;is Patent Check t
privent the wbee2 bei;ig tnrued the wrong
way; list .s th; tliread direct usn t- e spool;
mV-ies thi (A ;stie Jock sti'eb-finost and srroc
;esr stitch known; firm, durable, ctoa and
rapi-I: do ;il kind nf work, fine ano
c :irse, fr in cunil-r e t i heavy c'oth oreath
er, and usi s !l do-vnotions nt thread. This
machine is heiviy eonstruetod to give it
str. ns'li; -II the t-:irrs nt e ich machine beinc
made alike bv macliiiierv, and ueautifuffr tin:
' ish.-d pndoriianiemed; ills very e isv to fcara-ra;-.id,
smooth and si'eiit i:i : peration; re?;aliie
i at all ti nes, an.l a prae'iea. scieutuic, nie
I chanica invention, at greatly reduced orire.
A good, eiieap, taruuy sewing maciii o at '
last: the first and or.'y nesess in vr(i liicing a I
va?uab!", substantia? and r'iiablo ow priced j
seiung maehioe; itstxtr. mo low price reaches !
dU conditions; its imp!ieity and s'renth I
adapts it to all capaciti -s, wl iie it many mer- I
its make it a universal favorite wherever used I
and creates a rapid demand.
It Is All Kecommended.
I can cheer nlly and confidently rfc.m-l
mend its use to tlione who are waLtnig areal'y
good sewing maciiii e at a low price.
ion sewing maciii. e at a low price.
Mrs. H.B. Jimeson, Peotoue, Vi?lco.,I3.
Price r each Machine. Cass A; One, war-
nted for rive years by gpeciaf eertttcae,
with iU the livln ri-e ari.l 'Vervlliinf enn.TWet.
eelongitig to it, i cuvling elt lhreaclD2 Nee- i
die, packed in a strong woiilen box, aud de
livered to any part of the country by ex iress,
frfe of further charges, on receipt ot price,
only ? 5: safe deivery guaran'eed; with each
machine we wili send, on receipt of tl extia.
t!.e new patent
ore of the most important and useful inven-
11 uie aire; so snupte ana certain tnai a
t-hi.l oan work the iincst ..uttou hole with
resuantv and ease: stroi.e and beantifnl. I
"pieial twins and extra inducements to
i.i;iie una leniaie Agents, storo Keepers, wno
will f.,f al.'.l, n , I, ...!, -
and 1-eep i.nr new Maehin- sou exhibition aud j T'"1' Drug Store is in the old building
sale; c mnty rights given to smartagculH free. I lately occupied hv Mr. J. XI. Redmond,
Agent's complete outlit furnished ithout any ! but the whole has lieeu tbiMoub.j eliatiz
extra charge; samples of sewi:ig. descriptivV i e.i, renovated and renewed and n.v cst-ib
circulars contau.irg terms testimonials n- mM.It now win uc foun(1 oue f
gravings, etc., sent free. e also supply
AGSICULTUPi-L IMPLEMENTS. ,
Latest patents aud improvements for th
farm and garden, mowers, reapers cultivators,
iceii enners, narrows, tarm mills. p:anirrs.
harvesters, ihreshers and a'! articles need. il
for 'arm work; rare seeds in large variety. A!!
money sent in pi.st oflice money orders," buik
drafts, or by express will be at onr risk, and
rro perfectly secure; safe delivery guaranteed,
"An c '.d and responsible firm" that sc!! the
best goods at the lowest prices, and ran be
re ied upon by our reads, Farmer's . oarual,
Not Responsible for Registered
JEROME B. HUDSON & CO,,
Cor Greenwich and Cortlandt Sts
October IGtb, '71,
These '-'ids are located on Town Creek, near
Spaita, and are now completed. Mid in full
running order ; i repaiul to
GP.IXD ALL CORN
that mar be brought, at the Shortest Notice.
ZSleal and Corn
will be kept consta-t'von band FOB SA IX.
These ill I.I ' h;lVl. been fitted in with im
proved machinery, therefore we feel satisfied
that we can make a good Meal as any other
wio r .uius in eastern C arolina.
1$ strict, attention to business we bone in
share a libers 1 part of tho patronage of all
tho.;e who live convenient. All we ask is. to
Jive Um A ;TriaI.
LAWRENCE & MOORE,
oct9-tf . .Sparta. N. C.
WE M IN BFACTIJRER S.
TAIinOKO, 3T. C.
HAVING KEXIOVED TO THEIR
New Shops, near Main Street, where
thvv have on hand a large stock of
which they will sell on very acc rnmoda-
ting tet ms. jne 26-tf.
TOOUR ELEGANT ROOMS
over II. Whitlock & Co.'s
Store, in Iron Front Buildiaig
Apply to Orren Williams
A D E RTISJU EiVTS."
Bryant,' Strattqn & Sadler,
2Sa4me fflpZepeZ ,
THE LEADING INSTITUTION IN THE COUNTRY,
"rThe only Institution inftaiiiing a '
Course of Popular Lecturc3S
There are NO VACATIONS. Fit College
Documents and splendid specimen of Pen
manship, enclose two postage stamps. Refer
ence : Our patrons. W. H. SADLER,
Nos. 6 and 8 N. Charles st., Baltimore.
How Lost and How Festored.
Just published, a new edition tt Lt Culver
well's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure
(without nitdicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Sem
inal eakneai, Involuntary Seminal Looses,
Impotency. Mental and Phviiical Ineanamtv
Impediments to Marriage, etc.: also, Con
sumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced bv self
indulgence or atxuai eitravngance.
Price in a sealed envelope only m cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
essay, clearty demonstrates lroin a thirty
ye: rs' successful practice, that the alarming
consequence of seif-abnse may be radica'ly
cured without the danererous nan nT internal
J niedieine or the applicanon 1 the knife; point-
m"ue ui care at once simple, certain
and effectual, by means of which every suflerer
no matter what his coudition may be. mav
Phis lect'i-o should be in the hands of ovev
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, iiniler in rl.... .,.,i. ...
any address. Dostnaid. .... rer.Imt ,,r li
cents, or two po-t stamps.
5sDr. Culverwed's Marriage 5uide, price
Address the publisher. i t
C1IAS. J. C. KLIXB A CO., 127B..werv
New York, P. O. B..x, 45S6. jv.l6-ly. '
l - ' ' - ' " ;- -
7 Patented Jan. 1 it 18,3'!
50 PER CENT. SAVED BFTS ISE
T3t:iLrINGS OF ALL KXDS, i,lS
BASSET t .t EE AMI',
t , .. '
larboro. h. C. H
wkrr 1 . t 1
J-M -tit W .. !
RKnraVTt nn fv K vri
11 if I A k&jWim Br Br
Ur MM) hJ S KJ M. Jr MMmJ
Jus. opened in Tarboro by
ip . , . ii i nm i in
Mr A UI MAIARAff,
1 n "riVl lrtl I l.rtli j
VVhere will be found tbe tmrpat
Drugs and Chemicals
I have engaged the servicen ol XI it. Jso. j
E. Taylor, of Richmond. Va. A thorouzh : '
i Diuistand Phai maceutist, ivho having i
La'' practical experienre id seventeen
-u.,....,, uu uicciiunj re-
comr.ieiid huu to my patrons and custo I I
.n. rs as a car-fnl sat ff...,tlm.ni- .1,...- V
gist a:iI salesman ' I
MOST COMPLETE '
in the State. Iu compounding of
the utmost care will be exercised, and
none but the
PUREST MEDICINES USED.
My former friends and patrons are respect
lully requested to call and examine my
New Stock and Establishment.
A. II. MACXAI1X, M.O.
Fall 1 Winter,
JONES & MAYO.
MAIN ST., TARBORO,
The public are respectfully in
formed that we have received our
full stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which we offer on the most reason
able terms. We have a splendid
Dry Goods and Ladies Drks Gonds ;
embracing all the new styles and
shades. Also a full line of
MEN AND" BOYS' CLOTHING,.
CASSIMERES, CA1ICOE9, ETC-, v .
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC,
Our Motto is : " Lite xsd Let
Live ; Qcick Sales and Small Pecit-
Cheap for Cash.
Thankful for past patronage, we
invi'e the public to give us a call
and examine our stock
o92m JONES & MAYO-
GO AL ! C04L ! GOAL !
I HEREBY NOTIFY THE CITIZENS IN
general that 3oo tons Free Burring
Cual, a ready shipped, will artive in Tarboro
in few days. . All who desire to purchase Ooai
willlease call on me before purchasing else
where, as I will sell coal at the same price that
it can be purchased for elsewhere, cr-st and
tiurgeg added. J. U. -SPKACilNS, Agt.
liarns. .W. iU. .t-d aiid wWa'u -d to.be doiie i '"i fp t-natelab-e Cljainsandl'ii,.
without daaiage.i rj - , v b t. I Gent s Gold Wet v. haair. Gold limps.
All orders from tfie PonnffV ht asfi 17 u;-'l;l,l,",,1'' Gtunet, Huby larl, aud all Gobi
ii'ax and tiilt.e.io.liu i.i.i ..i.'i '..I bar Ilinfrs and Kins in stt.
IN CASn GIFTS.
i W 'j ')
To be distributed by the
mmm prize ai
OF NEW YORK.
A PRIZE FOR EVERY TICKET.
1 Cash Gift, $100,0001
6 Cash Gilts, 50,000
12 " " 25,000
20 " " 5,000
75 Cash Gifts, $1,000
3(H) " " 5"0
2C0 " " 200
550 " " 100
400 Gold Watcnes.
$75 to S(H
275 iSewing Slacliiues eotoiso
75 Elegant Tianos eaeii i f f
5 . Sleiodeans " oo io iw
Cash Gifts, Mlvcr Ware, etc , ,'KIO
A ehaucu to draw any of the above prize
for 25 cents. Tickets describing tizes are
Koaled in enve ones and well rf IXed On re-
ceipi oi 2 cenig a sealed ticket is drawn Kith
nt choice, and sent by mail to any ad'hess.
The prize named upon it will be delivered to
the ticket holder on payment of one dells r.
Prizes are immediately sent to any address
bv xpress or i aturn mail.
You will know what your prtee is bcre ' ou
pay for it. Any Prize exchanged loanother
of the same valuo Nr - blanks. Our I atrons
can de end on fair dealing.
Opinios of the PrEss: Fair dealing can
be relied on N V Herald, Aug 23. A genuine
distribution World, Sept. 9. Not one ol the
humbugs of the day V cek y Tribune, July 7.
They give general satisfaction Starts Zei
tuug, Aug. 5.
Hefkresces: By kind permission e refer
to the following: Fra uiiMn S. Lane Li)iiisvilp
drew 13,U(,0. - ,jlis Hatfie Bankei Cliarles-
$9.nt'0. Sirs. Lortisa T. lilaic. St. Louis,
..'iano, $7oo. Sainnel Vi-Tanmioud, Boston,
5.5oo. Eugene P. Bracket, Pittsburg,
Watch $3oo. Miss Annie Osgood, ey Or
teres, $5oo. Emory h. I'ratt, Celumbus,
0 do, l7,ooo. .
One Cash Gift in o-ry package of 15o tick
ets guaranteed. 5ickets lor one dollar; 11
for two dollars; y -lor three dollars; 5o for
five dollars; loo for fifteen dollars.
Agents wanted to wfaom we ffer iiberal in
ducements and uaTafitetr sarisfa.'tion."
Holliday,, Lewis & Co.,
fta"28-2m 23 Park How, N. Y.
GREAT ATTRACTION I
U'fltdies, Jewelry, Silver
' " ' AT' ' : t .
i). m. reeman hons
Old EslaTisLcil Store of 1831,
No. 29, Corner Main nod Talbot
XORFOLH, f t. .
The Subscriber respectl'ully calls tli.
attention ot the purchasin:co;i!Uiuiiit.
and visitors generally, to his st;x-k ot
(ioodt. coi.fsistitij; cf
Fine Gold Hunting Case Levers, of European
and American make, for Gentlemen & Ladle,
'fnutiug KUyrr Levers, of Amerk an a.nd Jjwit
Maniond llingg (leiit'sSeal llingfi, ai exquin
ite assortment IS Karat I'laiii tiold liings
Garnet l;ubvauf f'eafl Biugs Ladie' Qol.
Gobi Sleeve and Boso:u Muttons of eve; vstvle.
les Pitclierrf, Castori, n4 a general assort-.
ment of FINE PLATED WAlil'..
With a general asset tment (if Goods usualh
kcl5tiP.a Jewrlry Kt.iAolwbiciaTeofleK:-.'l
fou ha1'e a LOW PEItES ast stoiikis thi
j r FINE WATCHES, CIX'KS and JEW-
ELRY carefully repaired and warranted.
J. M. t IJJEK.VIAA V SO.xS,
At Cor. Main .t Talbot Sts., Norfolk. Va.
JuM4, 1370. - 32-tf
A. T. 8RUCE & CO.
nmmiQQinn M OlVrl 3 Ml"
- UI 1 1 1 1 1 1 OOlUI I lYICl LlldlH
166 Pearl Street,
IBCRAL . CASH. ADVANCES OK
oonsienmens. bhtiiments covered In
'n'irance when placed on Cars or Vessel
I'inr ID ' 2S-tt
- WILSON ,
For Young Ladies-
The Hth s- ssion wi 1 commence on Wedns
day. the 1st of October. For particular infor
S -7-3m J. DeR. Hoopeb.
No8. 24 and 2G ULion Street,
1 L rr in CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, SUL
KIES, HARNESS, .SADDLES, C..LLA7'
Haines, bips. Horse Clothing, &c.
Farm Wagons, Carts, Cart Wheels and Axle.
3r Refers to C. C. Lanerr larboro. N. C.-fc.
July 13. , 3i.iv
' S 0? I 13 TT F'S
UPWARDS OF 50 1st PREMIUMS
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS
Were Awarded to CHARLES Xf. STIEF1"
for the best TlANOS. in eoui'pef ition with
the leading Manufacturers in tbiscountry.
OFFICE AND WAEEKOOMS:
No. 9 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Xld
The superiority of the Unrivalled Stiefl
Pianoforte, in conceetled by all who have
compared it with others. In their jfe
Grand Square Scale. 7J Octaves, the manu
tacturer has succeeded in making the most
perfe; t Pianoforte possible.
Prices will be found as reasonable as
consistent with thorough workmanship.
a large asaortmeut of Second Hand
Pianos always on hand, from $75 to $300.
'We are agents for tho celebrated Burdet
Cabinet, Parlor and Church Organs, all
styles and prices, to suit every one. guaran
teed to be lully equal to any made.
Send tor Illustrated Catalogue, contain
ing names of over 1500 Sonthcrners.(500 oi
whicb are Virginians, 200 North Carocis-J
ians, 150 fc. Tenneseeans, and others
throughout tl e South,) who have bought
the StielLPiano sincere close of the war.
" . CC. LANIER, Agent,
TARBORO, N. 6?'
Bar and Grocery.
I take this rneans cf informing the public
fnerally, and my old customers in particiilar,
that I am mw prepared to otter them sti'd.
both in tbe Liquor aod Grocery Departments.
I have recently largely increased my facul
ties for business, having added a capacious
and pleasant roora to which
has been removed, and it is now one of tbe
bett arranKed the jown.
are now sold at greavly reduced rates.
Pldin Drinks of every kind 10 cents.
MIXED DRINKS, 15 cents.
The removal of the' Bar 1 asenablod to mo
largely increase my
Grocery Depart! tucut,
in whicb will be found every gpeci"8 of goods
in that line. .These are offered at the verv
;anuot be excelled anywhere,
avo just added to my business a
First Class Restaurant.
and propose to serve out to my cu- tomers all
the delicaci" s of .the .seasou. It will be mv
purpose to have at all hours, brth Pav and
rsight, the freshest OYSTFliS, MEA' .S'c.
The highest cash prices will be paid ior
Hides, Wax, Sheep-Skins aid Wool.
Knowing that I Have ii hand
of good a equal to thoKO
I ask of, tbe public a poition of their patron-ag-,
with the assurance that foil satisfaction
shall be given.
A. B. ROANE.
TAHaedt.Jb ' EMHakdy
HA11DY & BHOTIIEHS,
COTTON FAG T O It S
(eReral fommissiou Merchants,
93 Smith's Wharf,
T. A. IIAKDT
WM. C. ITAIllty
U , i t e n '
OllllS . HiirdV.V SOIls I
v " J""'J ;
iTPTlOrftl I nniiiiitiinn nnA I
VJl-llCItll VUIllIlllSS10n alia !
FOR 1VA H DI XCJ HI R H C II A XTS,
AND DEAI.KRS IN"
PFDITVIIV rrtVn vii ATtirn
' ti . lt Of f I til
M l Mi l It II FKK ril.lZl R6 ,
DISSOLUTION COPARTJIEfiSUIP. 1
j lie Ci"partners :in -of .rJuuiintM. Trivia Jk t
a taiH day ilins. ivvA I)v mutual conepnt
.i fit uia line 'mmmcr. I,wiw 'r r.ii4 '
paid t tlie undcrei'nierT W a'Tvwn
The nTidersieiu-dhavin-r PM,,1 ....
at tne old stand, Teei's Iron Frat next door
'ii M. r,.i u.. r . r.
..... o i.. ' 1 aiao tne cneapest. ine larce quantity we
im . .... .. ...- Ply for a dollar brings it within the
' - .;'.!? everybody; and-, ui bilious districts.
- I Fevkr and Ague Drevails. evervbodv
,.,. i',vM.i ... a- oruera arise irom us imiauon, amonir Whien
uneres' ofrintrrmer. onnft('o. mthe-i are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Uout, Headache,
nn.i oi i maimer. I.ewiV Co.uilico.itinne the ! Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
v j ; ' ' i ' ' 1 , . , I ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen,
TTaiiWh,.;. i - ' Hysterica, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis,
Lcil aWai'e HllSineSS 1 and derangement of the Stomach, all of which.
' .') Cenrt House, l arboro. X C where he ; tulu' JI,!'8 e poison from uie pipoa, and
offers the lArrreat i.oV L i 'V. j 1 . i . ' consequenUy cures theta all alike. It is an In
M., "M-Kist a"d est selected Hock of valuable protection to immigrants and persons
Mnroware, Movca and Tinware ever offered travelling or temporarily residing in the mala
,,,, 8 nlart;. and at the lowest prices. rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily
Ihanking the jmblic fomianv Past favors, J while exposed to the infection, that will be ex
respect, nlly solicit a continuance" of the same creted from the system, and cannot accumulate
jj: W. G. LEvVIa, . U
u.& . ' - .
Tarboro", Sept. 2M, 1878.
The Old Established
JACOB WEBER, Proprietary
This E8tAUisbmenft.iscoLlinuriv ddifit
v. '""1 HA,IIC.lO BHli HH'trar
increaanglmiqnegg ';.y.-Vt ,
The PeoDle--f Tarfcoi. i'.-j.A 1
?-wl5?J?!enttv xici tfiBd- here tjverr
- THE VERTMSEST-' " ' ' '
PLALY AXD FRENCH CAXDIES.
A varied assortment of
Daily received. In fact evervthing kept in a
birst Class House of the kind will be foun'
here. Social attention will be given the
Orders of Private' Families
which will be baked on the shortest notice
ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND
BALts PrlOPTLY FiLLED.
patronage, and nromiso fiv.n nr r
promptness and rebabihty. , ,
' 'opposite 01d Gregory Hotel
NEXT DOOR TO
PENDER,- GATLIN A CO
I AlifSOKO, N. c.
KEW ADVERTISE IIG V T4.
For restoring to Gray Hair its nat--:
. ural Vitality and Color.
. A dressing
which is . at
effectual . for
(hair. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair 13 thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness " often, though not . al
ways, cured by its use. Nothing can
restore the' hair where the follicles
are destroyed, or the glands r.trophied
and decayed ; but such as remain can
be saved by Ibis application, and
stimulated into activity, so that a
new growth of hair is produced. In
stead of fouling the hair with a pasty
sediment, it will keep it 'clean and
vigorous. Its occasional use will pre
vent the hair from turning gray or
filling off, and consequently prevent
baldness. The restoration of vitality
it gives to the scalp arrests and
prevents the formation of dandruff,
which is often so uncleanly and of
fensive. Free from those deleterious
substances which make some prepa
turns dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, the Vigor can only benefit but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else
can be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
8o2 white cambric, and. yet lasts long
on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
dull Fever, Kemittent Fever, Dumb
Aeue Periodical or Bilious Fever, ate.,
and indeed all tho affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatio
No one remedy is louder
called for by the necessities of
the American people than a
sure and safe cure for Fever
and Ague. Such we are now
enabled to offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
the disease,, and with assur-
tne a is ease, and with assur-
ance,' founded on proof, that no harm can arise
from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this dis.
order must be of immense service in the com
! mnnities where it prevails. JPrevention is better
1 man cure, ior uie patient escapes the risk which
he must run in violent attacks of this baleful dis
1 temper. This "Cure" expels the miasmatic
poison of Fever and Ague from the system,
and prevents the development of the disease, if
laaen on tne nrat approacn or its premonitory
svmDtoms. It ia not only the best remedy ever
aiscoverea ior tins cia
have it, and use it freely, both for cure and pro-
A tratct fill rurii hf rf tbia vusmaln nin
other ever discovered for the soeedv and certain
cureof IntermittenU is, that it contains no Quiv
wic ur unueraj; luaswurjuuy u proauces no
quinism or other injuriov 9 effects whatever npo
t vvumui.uu, a.uvdJ VUI uj lb IUC ICaAj Oa
! healthy as if they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence
?uu; a irreaiyanety oi (lis.
when orisrinatinxr in this cause, put on the in-
wrmiuent type, or Decome penooical. This
" Cure "aexnels the noisonrrnm the hlnnd nrl
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
flian nnrtt anil fan. 1 1 1 ut-rn.l. f.nm h.a
in Buiiieieui. quauMiy 10 ripen iuiu msease.'
tm O rfollr T yet aiscoverea ior mis ciass 01 complaints,
'Tni- it if cure! and few will ever suffer from Inter-ioi.z-1!
. mittents if they avail themselves of the protec-
tion this remedy affords.
For l.ivtrr C'omnlaintK. a.risinr from tnrnH.
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stim
ulating the Liver into healthy activity, and pro
ducing many, truly remarkable cures, where
other medicine fall.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J'raciietU mxd Jinalitioal ChetnUU.
AND BOLD ALL ROUND THE WORLD.
PRICE, $1.0O PES H01XLJB.
nV L.. L Matou 8ueiit for a m Ayer'
Medic u. s aDd : tar'elo: can al ways be
ound at h D g S re.
T3Y DR. KLINE'5 1FONDEKFUL. AN I
XJ dotes which destroy and remove th
cancer without tho nw if th i-..ifo i... ni
blood, and at the same time, overcomes the
toiirlency to cancer in the svtem.
, We also treat al formi,".-)f chronic, long
standing and obscure diseases; with nr. par
alcllcd success, especiwly
EPhLEPS OR FITS.
ASTHMA, SCROFULA Sc
Send for Circulars call on. or address.
E. H. GKEENE, XL D., Goldsboro, N. C.
A. II. LINDLEY, XI. D., Charlotte, N.C
J. E. BENTLEY, XI. D., Sumter, S. O.
THE PARKER GUM.
SthO STAMP FOR CIRCULAB
PLUM3IER, LEWIS & Co.,
LO AVER .
A' L:M M,
The Favorite Resort.
mflE UNDERSIGNED HAS RE
X cently opened an Establishment f
the above order, in which be . ffera supe
rior attractions to pleasure loreis, (
Town and County.
e tbe finest and best over brought to Tarboro
Is 1 rononrced inc mpmfe
- C i G A H s.
f . ' SCannoi be rivalled,
Affords innocentoet exciting amt eineut, and
Is of the Ltst aud meat dcwfttble cl macft
n,e r,!tfnllv vites the Public to bis
House, i ehug confident of be.ng able to
standOu the corner near the old G
New Jewelry Store.
rpUE SUBSCRIBER has put?
manentlv located in T
" - m uui r Olltl Will
give his personal attention to the repairing of
Fine Watches, Clock and
ti?-5a h &uaratees gcocf and efficieni
f ,i ;.V T T prlie8' and wo,,1d respect
fullv solicit share of the nnl.ii,.
tiinkeepconstan,I. oa band , S3
W.thhc. Chris, Jewelry, Solid Silver
and IV,, ted Wire, Spectacles, dc.
At prices low as can be furnished anvwhere,
an.l every article guaranteed as reufesented
ipn a forfeiture of double the price. paUfor if
See SisH of the Big H atch.
Next door to the old Gregorv Hotel on.
;)ositeR. B.Als..r:-s Store. P
JAMES H. BELL.
Iteler to Capt. Vm. Biires : H n tw.i
. i"i WA H,vls; Wm- agley: J. B. Cof--;
Id and C. ;. Lanier.
Varboro. N. C.
1 ook To Your Interest
GO lfHEUE Y01 t A. VIM) THE
ATTENTIVE T SALKSML'X.
: GRAND DISPLAY OF
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON!
The undersigned announces to the public
that he has received his new stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
He is confident in this, the
he will be able to defy competition, bavin" a
ull assortment ot ihe best styles, consisting of
Shawlesj White Goods, Hani
burg Edging and Inser
tions, Fancy Ties,
Gloves and Hosiery,
of every description.
embraces evorythinfr peculiar to their line,
rom a SHIR r COLL An to a
SUIT OF CJ.OTIIES.
I ask an examination of mv stock, and feel
competent to give general satisfaction.
is complete in everv in
stance, both for La
dies and gentlemen
2Tiankful to the pub
lic for i heir Dast pat
tronage, I ask a contin
uance of the same, promising
a continued attention to business.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Groceries & Liquors.
jVjgS The highest Cash
wh& Prices paid for
COTTON, and all kinds of
Rt C. BROWN,
sep25.tr . TJUiBvBJ,
t 1 w I 1 ii 1 1 1 unw gr'TT iT-T1
Grateful Thousands proclaim
yow4 BlT"' the mostWde
m InviRorant that ever sustained,
the sinking system.
No Person c.tu fakpthpsc Rit
ters according to directions, and re-
main -ions, unwcii, protided their
uuues are mn uesimtet; bv ir.Uieral
poison or other iiums. and vital or
gans wasted bet ond repair.
Bilious, ttfmittent, and In.
tprrnittpnt Fevers, whicli are so
prevalent in the valleys of our oneit
rivers tlivouhout the Cnitcd st;in.
especially those of the HiwUsippi'
I Ohio, .Missouri, Illinois, Ttfnitessei''
j CumRerland, Arkansas, lit ti. Vohu
j rado, Brazos. Uio Grande, Pi'ail,
i Alabama, Mobile, Savannah. Ro
anoke, James,: and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out' our entire eoantrv during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera, In their
treatment, a narrative, exerrin-r
powenut mttaeuce upon thesa viui
pus organs, is essentially necessary'
1 here is no cathartic fur the mimosa
equal to Dit. J. Walkkr's
Bitters, as lliey will speedily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels aro loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of tho liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy func
tions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against dis-
ease by purifying ail its fluids with
Vinegar Hitters. Xo epidemic can
take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Head-
ache, Pam iu the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in tho repion of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other paiuful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits thau a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
2sTeek, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations. Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin.
So. 9 Eyes, etc. In these, as iu all other
constitutional Diseases, AVai-kku's Vin
Ecjar Hitters have shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate auil
For Inflammat ory and Chronic
it'ieumatisni, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Dieacei
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys aud Bladder,
thesa Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanicsil Diseases. Persons
engaged iu Paints aud Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Oold-beaters and
Aliuers. as they advance in life, ure sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
agaiust this, take a dose of Walker's
Vinegar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Uheum. Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, fustuies, Uoos, carbuncles, Iting
wornis, Scald-head, Soro Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of the
Skin, Humors aud Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, aro literally
dug up and carried out of tho system in a
short tiino by tiicu:-a of these Bitters.
Fin, Ttpe, and oilier Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are e.li'eetually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelminitics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, orthe turn of life, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decided an in Queues
that improvement is scon perceptihle.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you bnd its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you tind it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and tho
health of the svsteni will follow.
It. II. SIcI)IIV .V CO.,
DrnppisU & Gen. Atrts., Sun Frniicisen. C'nlifur
nia, ii cor. of Wasliinjrtoii imil ("liiivhon St,X. V.
tffcwaro of Cou;uiiaU'
JOB mGSES' "W;V'V' :t
reHrtmnrrCvCOUMTEUrStTv-. . rhm."
enrttacor to Mrit Ihe ritunterfr. - . '.unltr
The genuine have the nn:.,e .;..,(, .
.lrui'rv. D.t... ........ '
' are nni.niiM; :u ' .. .rc.f ,.,
w "TV""" U"..-.SJ. .... ti.. f.
constitutioms mil.je-t. 'H?v r, ' , '.
and cure all so.presS,.j:i.f t'., ;' " "
57 cold. nill..n.n!l! .n. ,., . . '
Nrrooa auii !p,r,l ,.itft-tw. 1 '
and I.lmbs. Knlig.ie on ti,-).! ; V "
olthe Hirt.JHyii(!jr!rau., . ..
cure when all: other mm.-. ... . ' Vl.
delicate coMtittiOnn. "
ach bottle pves Full rijrecimn n.1 ..lvi. e.
The ORHniKK Pil!g are soM t m-si riroe floral :-m
it roar droEKut rnn.a K-jpp'r - c,.;vu;.f ,: u
be peraaadoti to accept nn c..nno.rfPii r :Vu ir
ticle bntsend One l:.,l.r t.. the a.i!o pmpiin-r. .1,
illOSe, 18 rtlan.lt MrKtt. '.w V..ra wilh i
of express office at which yn will cn!l f..r e.. '.
W.and a bottle of the -iKwriNK I ii; wciml- ...,-i
afely packed ia plain wrippcrs .iil bt srot I ) iui ;-4
RELIEF IN TEtl MM' V.
BRTAT'S PirtMOVIC l'rij
Core UornB. CJoi.ds, iswn " ,,'irn
Tui.rt . II.. . . . --.! IIJ7 . ...
....., l'"ri'lLT I I.
CIFOSHT CORSUMrTION M 5( l-
. I M
w..tf du wi. oi meuicini.. an.. ..... v ,v .t (;.(.-
thom. ThotiAands i.vo '.et, te..r.i i .,.-.t t'., t
had before despaired. Testinx ny ip i. hum1r..
of cases. Aakfur BkTAN'K l'l.i.MiM "V ; I l'.s
Prire it.", renin i,t-r how. .ion -'...i i , .'
tor. IS Cortlandt Street, New York.
THlfCREAT FRETiCH K L. TS. C D v
DCLinATiqr'S SPKCIFTC P! .
Prepared by J OAKANCIH:1
No -ill Roe I f.mbunl. V-,:;.
Tnee pills are highly rec'.n.Ttif ndrl b- '..
Meibcal VacuJiy of 1-ritnce thAvctr i .
in all cases of tipermiirrhaM. m f"i!..ni.l v ... m,.-...'
Wek .Some: Ieri'U it. tiio Itmr: N,vi.o iij
bility, and all tbe chasl!. Inig f.f I i...-:.. enmu
from Abuse and Secret Habit Th. . T.li. n ii
other remedies fail, an.l lm"Mn o r. nt.... ..r.i - V
;? oc8" "1 h leaitin r French 1 !:,. aj d.H.n
P.?13 jom. J'sirphlet of Adncs m tuth N ,
w will be sunt Free to anv address l'rr
Box. Kent by mail. , .,,( ,
2 on receipt of rnce rr si.v .-'. ' ...
SCAB O. MO&KS. 1- I ') . , ''..
4 General A zest i.:---. . .
KADER BIGCS & CO.,
KADEU BIOOS. ASA EIOOS.
Genersl Coirraissicn I!er chants.
SPECIAL AND FMTHFI L AT-lenti'-!!
to sales ft Cotton and all other
kinds ot iTodncc, ano prompt returns made.
Our lonir exoene ce in business cives us
m pernor a.tvaiit:i:ea in making sales at tbe
highest nixrkt-t prices.
ri otton rorwarueu to Liverpool iree oi
Liberala dvanccs made on prod n o in hnnd.
mi. lUCH'D 11. LEWIS
to tho public. Office in rear of Whit'cok's
la uoro, K. Q. eti-u