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WEDDELL & CO.
Invite the attention of their customers and the
public generally to an inspection of their
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Variety, Quality and Cheapness,
CANXOT BE SURPASSED.
Having been bought for CASH,
WILL BE SOLD AT A
and save money.
Tarboro, N. C, April 10, 1ST4.
Have consolidated both Stores together and removed to their NEW AND HANDSOME !
BRICK STORE, next door to R. H. Austin & Co.'s Old Stand,
EW SPRHG DRY GOODS,
SEW SPRWG READY MADE CLOTHIXG,
NEW SPRING LADIES AI GENTS HATS,
NEW SPRWG GOODS OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT YOUNG AND
OLD, SMALL AND LARGE.
We have the HANDSOMEST VARIETY of
the above goods ever offered to this market,
which we will sell at prices to DEFY COMPE
TITION. Give us a call and convince vour-
Tarboro, April 10th, 1874.
J. B. C4MFFEE1LB,
OFFERS FOR SALE THE CELEBRATED
SEA FOWL AND BRADLEY'S SUPER PHOSPHATE.
We append a list of Farmers who have used the above mentioned Guano during the past
season. We certify that no objection have been raised so far to either of the above Guanos.
And we guarantee each fertilizer to come up to the analysis required by law. We, in com
mon with Mr. Bradley, believe the new law passed by the General Assembly of North Caro
lina, as a protective law for the farmers of the State of North Carolina, to be a desirable law,
and one which we have desired, to prevent fraud. The Fertilizers which we sell are guaran
teed to come up to the analysis standard. We advise our farming community to Use
Sea Fowl and Bradley's Super Phosphate.
They have stood the test of years and no eqnal.
C J Green,
J Rowan Rogers,
A Barber fc Sou,
R H Atwater,
C O Harrington,
W R Perry,
J L Johnston,
fl W Pegram,
A J Tnompson,
and many others in Wake and all adjoining
J. B. COFFIELD, Agent, Tarboro', N. C
DEALER IN THE FINEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
BLCK WALNUT, PARLOR, LIBRARY AND CAHMBER
B OF 1W
And of the most superb style and finish. Also a choice assortment ot Tables, Ward robes
Dressing Casts, Etujreres, Sideboards, Library and Book Cases, Hat Trees, and What-Nots.
Also a complete line of
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Window Shades & Wall Paper.
jive we a call before purchasing elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented.
OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
New NOS. JOT AND 300 MAIN STREET, Old NOS. 58 AND CO,
HROMPT ATTENTION TO in all its branches. The only Agent in the City for Fisk's
Metalic Burial Cases. Mahogony and other Coffins furnished at the shortest notice ; as also
Carnages with the best Hearse iu the city, and the Patent Right Corpse Preserver in the city
:tnd surrounding country. feDi ($-3m.
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
Will be disposed of on easy terms to respon
sible parties, by
II. A. WALKER,
at Foundry in Tarboro' N. C.
Mnrch 20, 1S74. 3m.
Dr. L. T. Fuqua,
TARBORO', N. C.
Ofliee opposite the Court
J. V. WILLUMS0S,
AT HIS OLD STAND,
TARBORO, N. C.
VNY style of Vehicles- made to order at
SW Special attention paid to REPAIR
ING, and executed with dispatch.
Oct. 11, 1873.-tf.
examine before purchasin
. WEDDELL & CO.
H. Morris & Bro.
Ci T Cooke,
R D Weatherg,
R J Ivey,
H B Dewar,
RALEIGH, N. C.
AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
I Dress Making Emporium
MRS. 8. E. SPIER, would respectfully in
forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and vicin
! ty that she has opened an establishment in
! the brick store next door to W. 8. Clark's,
I where she is prepared to
Cut, Wit and Make,
: Ladies and Children Dresses in the Latest
i Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES
arc now open for Inspection.
March 20, 187-1. tf
Lumber for Sale.
f have on hand and for sale 12,000 feet of
inch plank, which will be sold on
I will also furnish any other kind of Lum
ber on short notice.
MSr Builders can hare their bills filled and
delivered at the depot in Tarboro' for $17.00
R. C. BROWN,
Agents for J. H. Pippea & Co.
Feb. 13, 1874. , 8m
Neuralgia, Piles, Headache,
l.aiT.iaa, Hoils, Soreness,
Umeness. Burns, Sprains,
Toothache, Scalds, Wounds,
Sore Throat, V leers, Kruises, i
3 School Teachers Wanted
for the Spring and Summer, f 1.50 per month.
Send for circular, which srives full particulars.
ZIEGLER & McCURDY,
4w Philadelphia, Pa.
SO.MiS of GRACE and GLORY
The uerv best Sunday-School Sons Book. By
W. F. 8HERWIN and S. J. VAIL. 100 Pa
pea Splendid Hymns, Choice Music, Tinted
Paper, Superior Binding. Price in Boards,
STx;.; 130 per 100. A specimen copy in Paper
Cover mailed (as soon as issued,) on receipt
of Twenty-five Cents. Orders filled in turn.
Ready May 1st.
HORACE WATERS & SON,
4w 481 Broadway, New York.
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
and all throat diseases,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY
Sold by Druggists.
The Long-contested Suit of the i
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
against the Singer, Wheeler A Wilson, j
and Grover A Baker Company, involviug.
Is finally decided by the
Supreme Cou.t of the United States
in favor of the FLORENCE, which alone!
has Broken the MonOply ot High J'rices. i
THE NEW FLORENCE
Is the ONLY machine that sews hack ward
and forward, or to riht and left.
Simplest Cheapest Best.
Sold for Cash only. Special Terms t
CLUBS and DEALERS.
Apri?, 1874. Florence, Mass.
Dr. Sharp' Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Vomiting of Food,
Sour Stomach, Water brash. Heartburn, Dow
Spirits, fcc. In thirty-five years never failing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druggists generally. WM HOWARD, agent
for Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
The Highest Medical Authorities of Eu
rope y the strongest Tonic, Turiuer and
Deobstruent known to the medical world is
j u n u is i:b. i.
It arrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion
of the nervous system, restores vigor to the
debilitated, cleanses vitiated biood, removes
vesicle obstructions and acts directly on the
Liver and Spleen. Price $1 a bottle. JN'O.
Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., N. Y. 4w
Agents! If you want to make money, sell
The bigaest thing tet. Humor, wit, patno,
life, fun and laughter, :0 COMIC CUTS,
yearn for it. It trill sell in dull times '. '. Show
it to a man and he surrenders. It is sure
every time. Don't bother irith heary bonkt
that nobody icants. Hnmor is the thing that
takes. Agents wanted everywhere. Scud for
circulars and extra terms to TO-DAY Pub
Co., Philadelphia, New York, Boton or
cures all Humors from the worst Scrof
ula to a common Blotch or Pimple,
irom two to 8tX bottles are warranted to
cure Salt Rbenm or Tetter, Plmplfi
on Face, Boils, Eryaipelas ami
Liver Complaint. Six to twelve, bot
tles, warranted to euro Scrofulous)
Swellings and Sores and all Skin and
Blood Diseases, liy Us wonderful
Pectoral properties It will core the mo
severe recent or lingering lougn in imu
ttie time required by any other medicine
IVorld's Dispensaxjrt fcuflalo, K. Y.
To the Citizens of Edge
combe and adjacent
THE undersigned respectfully announces
that he has again opened business of a
on Church Street, near Mr. Dozier's Store.
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
Particular care paid to
Also the manufacturing and repairing all
kinds of agricultural and general BLACK
An experience of over TWENTY YEARS
in Edgecombe is sufficient testimony to my
capability. 1 respectfully return thanks for
the various manifestations of kindness here
tofore received and hope to continue to de
Nov. 8-tf. I. B. PALAMOUNTA1N.
II. HUM & BR0.7
TARBORO'. IM. C.
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Ennnire for th New
Shops near Main Street.
Aug. 23, 1873. ly
Farmers, Agriculturists and Dealers iu
Fertilizers have now an opportunity of ob
taining this valuable manure in SMALL. OK
LARGE LOTS, at IMPORTERS' PRICES,
by applying to the Special Agency just es
tablished for the purpose of delivering Gen
uine Peruvian Guano to consumers at any
accessible port or railway station in tue coun
try. Full particulars given in Circular mail
ed free on application to
No. 53 Beaver St., New York.
References by permission.
Messrs. Hobson, Hurtado &. Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government,
Wall St. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National Citv Ban!;, 5;
Wall St., N. Y.
a f Tfunu P...-.,,;.,.. f 1 Oi'.l.
aroaaway, jn. l. -March, 20,-3m.
IT. T. COKER.
AO-ENT rOH THE
Celebrated "Wheeler fc "Wiloi
i Which SURPASSES all other Machines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to $75.
K?" The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors Jrom Main,
TARBORO', N. C,
Dec. 7, 1872. jy
1 0 Mife f 9Jffam
ana la Donecuy Rie, loosemuK cuukh.
tnir irritation, and relleTinir soreness.
nil Drnrcista. R. V. PIEK
HOW TO MARRY.
When you get married, don't marry a pet,
A jilt or a vixen, or yet a coquette,
But marry a maid that is if yon can.
More fit for the wife of a sensible man.
Look out for a girl that is healthy and
With more in her eye than you hear from
And though she's freckled or burnt to a
Yet she is the girl for a sensible man.
wretchedness often in
Go linked when vour riches
are got with a
But marry, and make all the riehes you can,
Like a bold independent, and sensible
Look out lor a girl who i sensible and kind,
And modest, and silent, and tell her yoar
If she's wise and bewiic'-iiig she'll welcome
And soon bo the wife of a sensible man.
Then cherish her excellence wisely and
And be to small foibles indulgent and blind,
For so you make happy, if anything can,
The wife of a sober and sensible man.
The early worm is
High houses arc
tec upper stonr.
No lady with a pretty foot will
wear a trail.
A good conscience is a casket to
keep divine truth in.
At what time was Adam married ?
On his wedding Eve.
He who declare. all int-u knaves
convic's at least one.
Is a inaiiiua-.inak?r amendable to
law for hooking ladies dresses ?
When may a smith be said to
commit a felony? When he forges.
What kind of sweatmeats did
they have in the ark ''. Preserved
What portions of the body are
the best travelers t The two
The groves and woods are the
musical academies of the singing
Young girls who want to remem
ber a thing write it down and paste
it to the looking-glass.
Why are ladies like a feather?
Because thay are easv carryed
When is an actor
to another actor ?
a wood friend
When he takes
Modesty in women is like color
on her cheek decidedly becoming
if not put on.
Why a woman's dress does not
require any praise. Because it's
so much puffed already.
"r What U
ers V as the
she sent the
home without a moth
young girl said when
!d lady to chop ,vooil.
A .Mississippi paper propose
motto for the country :
' '".rn am! Kcononiv,
lS aii'l Ilominv. ':
old ladv, !
felt when I
' My son,' said an
' how must Jonah have
the wha'e swallowed him'r' 4 A
little down in the mouth, I suppose,'
was yenng hopeful's reply.
James Snv1.'!-, aed eihtv-four,
and Mary Ileslon, aged sixty-seven,
were recently married in Turner,
Ohio. The wedding was at the
residence of the bride's crandson.
minister in a country
village latoiv prayed lervently lor
those of his congregation " who
were too proud to kneel and too
lazy to stan'l."
A darkey gives the following
reason why colored race i3 superior
to the white. ' All men are made
of clay, and like the raeerscham
pipe, they are more valuable, when
u Don't prevaricate, sir," thuns
dered a Columbia Judge to a wit
ness from the mine. " Cant help
judge " answered the minor, "Ever
since I got a kick from a mule that
knockad my teeth out 1 prevaricate
a great deal.
' Paddy,' says a joker, ' why
don't you have your ears cropped ?
they are entirely too long for a
man.' And yours,' replied Pat,
' ought to be lengthened ; they are
too short for an ass.'
It is a mistake to expect to re
ceive welcome, hospitality, worcUj
ot cuecr ana help over rugged and
difficult path in life, in return for
cold selfishness, which cares for
nothing in the world but self.
One of our Southern exchanges
speaks of ' a gentleman who wa3
arrested on the charge of counter
feiting nickles.' It is impossible
to believe that any gentleman in
possession of his five centses would
be engaged in so base a business.
4 Got anything for a sick man to
read?' inquired a pug nosed boy
at a news stand the other day.
' Yes, anything you want Bibles,
poems, religious books, Christian
Herald, and so forth,' ' Bibles !'
echoed the boy ; do you think dad's
a hangel ? Gim me a lively dime
novel one with an Thgun scalping
a soldier !'
At a recent funeral in Danbury,
where several organizations were in
attendance no crape badges were
provided for a female society. The
President, after fidgeting about in
a manner peculiar to her unfortu
nate and unhappy sex, suddenly
blursted out, "I declare ! I don't
enjoy this funeral one bit !" The
announcement cast a gloom over the
Firste Sttlement of Kentucky.
It is just one hundred years ago
since the first settlement of Ken
tucky. In April, 1774, the terri
ble massacre of the Logan family
by the Indians took place, and
Daniel Boone, who hated the Indian
as much as he loved the
Indian life, was longing for revenge,
when a messenger came riding
down the valley of the Ohio with
his steed in a foam a messenger
from the royal Governor Dunmore,
of Virginia seeking one Boone, a
woodman, who had been in the west,
to go westward to the falls of the
Ohio, to conduct surveying parties
and protect them as they went.
Boone started on his perilous jour
ney on the Gth of June, 1774,
reached and reconducted the survey
ors in safety to the settlements, the
distance being eight hundred miles
and the time two months. The j
Governor rewarded Boone by em- J
ploying him on a larger scale for ;
settling the west. James Ilarrod, j
the founder of Ilarrodsburg, built i
the first house in what was then j
termed the west, a log cabin, j
raised in the forest, in April, 1774. j
In entering this quiint old city ;
built in the sea, one is struck with ,
us quietness, so marked, coming
from the bustle and noise of city
life, accustomed to the rumble of
wheels and the clatter of horses'
feet upoa the pavements, meeting
groups of noisy and merry laughing
girls, hearing the cry of the boot
black, or shouts of the wily news
boys, anxious to sell you the fifth
edition. Here, all these, and more, j
are wanted. One never sees a j
horse nor hears the sound of wheels, j
and children are rarely met. The ;
boot black and newsboy are novel- ;
ties yet to be introduced. Settled j
by a hardy race of men who fied to !
the lagoons of the Adriatic for safety j
more than thirteen centuries ago, :
they and their descendants have i
built a city of royal palaces, mang. j
nificent churches and elegant man-
sions, which to-day are the pride j
and wonder of the civilized world
A Mcle Kick. Two Vrishmen
engaged in pedaling packages oi j
linen, bought an old mule to aid in !
carrying the bundles. Each would j
ride a while or " ride and tie," as
the saying is. Une day tne irish
man who was on foot got close to
the heels of his muleship, when he
received a kick on one of his shins.
To be revenged he picked up a
stone, and hurled it at the mule,
but by accident struck his com
panion on the back of the head.
Seeing what he had done, he stop
ped, and began to groan and rub his
shin. The man on the mule turned
" What's the matter ?"
" The cratur's kicked me," was
Be jabbers,' said the other,
' he's did that same to me on the
back of my head.'
! Patent Rat-Trap. The local
I editor of the Burl.'ngton (Iowa)
; Ilawkeye says a man has invented
i a patent rat-trap that does not
require any bait, and will fetch a
rat every time it reaches for him.
7t operates on the principal of a
stomach pump the inventor is a
"retired phjsician, the sands of
! whose life have nearly, &c. and
' the trap is placed at the mouth of
! the rat-hole. When it is wound up
i and the suction begins the rat
! comes, lie may hold on to the
; ground with his teeth, and humb
j his back and paw dirt, and weep,
I and yell for the police all he wants,
he comes out of that hole backward,
is dragged into a back compartment,
where a steel glove drags his hide
off and lays it aside for a kid glove
manufacturer, while the carcass is
pushed into a little furnace and
Tiie Negro's Local Option.
There is an old darkey in Maryland
who lately voted for local option, as
he understood it, but not as the
public generally understand it.
The story (a true one) runs thus :
At a recent election, a friend asked
the old man how he was going to
"Oh," he replied, "the Republi
can ticket I always vote that
" But how are you going to vote
on local option ?"
The darkey, looking up, asked,
" Why, local option is putting
down liquor," was the reply.
" Lors a massy!'said the darkey,
"of course I vote for local option; I
votes to put down liquor to the old
price fib-penny-bit a pint !"
Why Women Dress. "It is an
exploded theory," eays one who
speaks with knowledge, "that wo
men dress to please the men. They
dress to please or spite each other.
Any girl of sense and experience
knows that it is as easy to break a
man's heart in a $2 muslin, neatly
made up, as it is in a $500 silk
costume made by a mandressma-
ker." It is, in fact a great deal
easier. The natural . charm of a
young girl is often destroyed by
excessive dress making. Men like
tasteful and not extravagant toilets;
and the rivalry in dress among wo
men is not to catch a beau, but to
mcrtify an enemy.
A writer in the New York Graph
to intimates that Livingstone's long
stay in Africa and his frequent dis
appearances, was owing to the fact
that lie was insane. He thinks that
his late unsatisfactory account of
his travels demonstrate such a state
" Mother I'm afraid a fever
would go hard with me." " Why
my son ?" " Because, you know,
mother, I'm so small there wouldn't
tie room for it to turn."
L. HIELBRONER & BRO
At our Store can he
The finest stock of
BOYS. YOUTHS' . V 1 AlliSS'
ever brought to this market before.
The best fitting white linen Brown
GEVTS FURWISHIWG GOODs.
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
L HIELBRONER & BRO.
m 1 PERUVIAN GUAM), (GUAXAPE.)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GIAXO,
LISTERS STANDARD SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
WllAiWYS RAWBONE SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
LISTER'S PURE GROUND AND DISSOLVED BONE,
We again offer to the Planters of North Carolina th3 above named Highly approved Stan
These Guanos have been used season after season, and have uniformly given satisfaction,
and we consider it unnecessary to give here any high sonnding chemical analyses to induce
the prudent farmer to use them, as the experience of several years bear testimony in the
most satisfactory manner as to their real merit and reliability. i
In the above we are offering Fertilizers that can be relied upon, and no one need take the
great risk of experimenting with anything new and entirely unknown, because it is offered
at an apparently low price.
Soluble Pacific Guano, Cash o0. Nov. 1st, 1874, $55
Lister's Standard Super Phosphate, Cash $50. Nov. 1st, 1874, $55
Whann'a Eawbone Super Phosphate, Cash $55. Nov. 1st, 1874, $60
It is an admitted fact, confirmed by many years experience, that an ordinary application of
approved Standard Fertilizers to Cotton and Corn increases the yield to double the produc
tion of the same soil unfertilizeJ. This statement is not exaggerated ; on the contrary the
results more frequently exceed than fall short of the above increase.
Special Terms r
We will sell a limited quantity of SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO and LISTER'S STAN
DARD SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME for a bale 1400 pounds) of Cotton per Ton, and
WHANN'8 RAW BOHE SUPER HHOSPHATE OF LIME for a bale (4M pounds) of Cot
ton, per Ton of 2000 pounds,
Payable November 1st, 1874.
We cuarantee all FERTILIZERS sold by us to be FREE FROM ADULTERATION.
Our Fertilizers can be procured of onr Agents at various points in the State.
Send us your orders early and we will give them prompt attention.
HYMANS & DANCY,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
February 13th, 18U.-t, Norfolk, V3.
111 I IV
THE undersigned has taken the Agency
for this section, for WM. E. TANNER
& CO., of the
OF RICHJIOND, VA.
lie will furnish aoy machinery of their make
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinery, thereby savin? mnch
delay in correspondence and the expense of
a trip to their shops. The Engines and
Saw Mills built at these shops are gaining ni
favor with our people every day.
Pleasure will be taken in pointing out the
pecnliar features and advantages of these
machines. H. A. WALKER,
Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works,
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C.
D n Tj g g i a
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
SeC, SnC, SsC.
Opposite the " Enquirer " Ofliee,
a fine assortment
fhe Great Cause of Human
Jut PitUvhed, in a Sealed Envelope. Price
A Lecture on the Nature, Treat
ment and Radical cure of Sem
inal Weakness, or Spermator
rhoea, induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary
Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility ,and
Impediments to Marriage generally ; Piles,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits : Mental
and Physical Incapacity, &c. By RGBEKT
J. CULVERWELL, M. t) , Author of the
" Green Book," &.c.
The world-renowned author, in this ad- j
mi rable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of i
; Self-Abuse may be effectually removed
! "i"1""" medicines, ano witnont dangerous
SH'cal operations bougies, instruments,
rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of
' cnre at once certain and eflectual by which
j ee"y snflerer, no matter what his condition
may De, may care mmson cneapiy, privately
I and radically. This Lecture will prove a
i . . i i . . i .
I Doon to inousaims ami uionxauus. t
Bent under seal, to any address, in a plain
: sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents,
or two postage stamps. Address the Pub
lishers, CI1AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowerv, New York, P. O. Box 4.G8G.
Oct. 13, 1873. ly.
THREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
8torc, third door from the Court House.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate.
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro,,Fcb.6,1874. ? tt.
.... I 10171
Iron in the 00g
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG,
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide ot
Iron, is so combined as to hah
the character of an aliment. ,
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simple
food. It inereases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitallzim
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "athousand ills," simuhi
by Toning up, Invigorating ana
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of the both
repairing damages and waste'
searching out morbid secre'.
tions, and leaving nothing f0l.
tlisease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derfttl success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com.
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar-
Chills and Fevers, Humors',
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,'
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating hi
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, front
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, Jiealthy, and
happy men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle lias PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. F0WLE & SONS, Proprietors,
TSo. 1 Milton Place, Bostou.
Sold by Ducccists generally.
R- Rn R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE VCIIST PAINS
In from Ono to Twenty Minutes.
HOT ONE HOUR
after rca Tins tbl3 ajverttaement neeJ snjrone
SCTFEB WITH PAIX.
RAtiVTArS HEADY RELIEF 13 A Cl'RK F0S
It was the flrtf nu id
Tlio Only Tallin Remedy
that Instantly stiirw iho miH nernelatlnsr p!nt. altars
luft&mmatiotiA. Hurt ctir Cofieestlona. whetiwrof tfiu
Luntrs. stomach, Brwls, or other glands or oresm, by
IN" FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
nn myfer how violent or rxrrueiatlnjj the pain th
RHKI'MVrit:. Red. ridden, Inflnn. Crippled. Nervoiu,
NVuralic, or prtwirateil with disease B.ay sutler.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
! WILL AFFORD I.V3TANT EA8B.
INFLAMMATION Of THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION Or THE BLADDER
1 INFLAMMATION OK THE BOWELS.
fOS'SESTION OP THE LCSU3.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BRKATHINO.
PALPITATION OF THE BEAST.
HYSTERICS, CR3CP, DIPTIIERIA.
I HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE.
I COLD CHILLS. AGUE CHILLS.
The application nl the Itenriy Rellcfto the part or
part where the pain or UitHoultj exuu will afford earn
Twenty drop In hlf a tnmWer of water will In a few
momenta enre CRAMPS. SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH.
HF.ART1URN. SIf:K HKADAC'HE. DIARRHOEA.
' DYSENTERY. COLIC, WIND IN TUE BOWELS.
' ;uid all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should alwara earry a bottle of Had
Keoily Hcllef iv.ih ihnn. A few dror. iu
t u-Hier will preeiit Mcknem or pinn from chaitbd t
water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters :.
; rt i uiulaiit.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty eenta. There l
' not a remedial nicent in thU ",.rll that will cure Fevei
and Acue, and all other Malarious, Biloua, Scarlet
Tvphoid, Yellow, and other Fever aided bv KA1'
' WAY'S PILLS) so utile as RADWAY READY RE
, LIEF. Filly renu per bo I tie.
; STRONG AND PrRK HICII BLOOD INCREASE
I OF FLUSH AND WEIGHT CLEAR SKIN AND
' BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL
THE CREAT FLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS M AOS THE MO t ASTONISHING CVRES: SO
OCICK. SO RAPU ARE THK CHANGES. TI1K
BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER THE INFLCKNTk
OK THIS TRULY V.ONDERFl'L MEDICINE.
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
ant Weiilt is Seen and Felt.
Ev-ry drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOL
VENT communicate ihrouuli the Hloocl. Stveal, L rlne.
and other Fiuide and iuleeaof the avtem the vicor o
lite, lor it repairs the raites of l lie l;u'y with lie ami
sound inateriaL Scrofula, .trphilat, Consninptloo,
Olanijiilar ttiitaMe, Ulcera- in the throat. Mouth. Tu
mors. Norieiii theGlandnnnil otherarr of the system.
Sore Uy.jn, fetrumorotis discharge troiu the Bar, and
the worst form of Skin ill-ea-, KrntHlnna, rem
Sores, Scald Head, King Worm, fialt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Acne, BlacK Spots, Worms in the Fleh, Tnmors. 'aii.
cera in Uie Womb, and all weakening and painful du.
charces, NhrlK Sweats, Lowiof Sperm and all wastes oi
the life principle, are within the curative range ot thii
wonder of Modem Chemistry, and a four day' ue wilt
prove to any person using It for either of these forms ot
disease its potent power to cure them.
If the aiient, dally becoming reduced bv lh wartea
and decomposition that la continually progrenniiiF. suc
ceeds in arresting thee wanted, and regain the me
with new material made from neatttiv blood uud thu
the SARSAPARILLIAN will and doe secure cure
is pertain; lor when once thui remedy commence it
work of purification, and ueceed.ln diminishing the
loss of vriute. it repair will be rapid, aud every day
the patient will feet himself erowlrw better andtnHurer,
the food dilating better, appetite improving, and tieMi
and weisrht mcreasiujr
Not only does the tUHSAPimiJ.iA Resoltkxt excel
all known remedial agent in the cure of Cbronig, iero
luloua. Constitutional, and Htin dieaes; but it ' :f"
only positive cure for
Kidney Bladder Complaints,
I'rinary and Womb disease. Gravel, Tiiaketea, Dropy.
stoppage of Water, Iueontincncaof Crlne, Bright' Dis
ease. Albuminuria, and in all cases where there ara
li'ick uust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudv. mixed
with sulwtance like lite white of an egg, or thread Ilka
white silk, orthero is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance and white bone-dust deposits, and when there is
u pricking, burning serration when passing water, aud
pain i:i the Sinuit of the liack and aluug the Loinj.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth
Cured by Hadway's llesolvcnt.
'lcqnnt - iaf!1 wl'h treet trim.
puree recmate. iurt?v..i.eitiie n i Hireitu.ueo. iuw
wnv' Pills, for tne cure of all disorders of the Stomach.
Liver. Bowels, K.id;iv, Madder. fcrvou liUeases.
HfiOUClie. ColitiiaTiill. f'o-.tiv.-n.-.-ss. iU'icstln. Irs
nepsia Biliousness Billons hever. iobamtiiHilon ol the
H.nv. ls J'llcs. and nil ih'r;iiiu' mm t the Internal
Viscera. Warranted Toeife.M a t-otis-e eure. I'urelr
.'Lrt'lalle,cul;..jllini; no m.i-ili; , .ml'vi.iWwf lele'ert
A lew doe' of ItACWAY P TILT.. : 1 '
torn from ll tin; Bbove tiuuit-it diso; dor-. l'rc-. i'e
;-. r llox. MILD it V OKUoHUTS.
itr'AO -fALSK AND l&L'K." fc-uil one
f'M:,. t,. likOViAi & Ctt, No. 32 waiT'-it ..
...' fiioritiHiixti wortu thousand will le'M "-
THE PARKER GUM.
I ?t NO STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
1 PARKER BRffS
PLTJMMER, LEWIS &CO., Areata,
jy e, XS72.-1?., , - Tarboro', N. C,