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Walnut and Maple Beadsteads,
Tables, Candle Stands,
Cradles, Towell Racks,
Rocking and Office Chairs,
Cane & Wood-Seat Chairs,
Mattress as, Saddles, Harness,
Saratoga and Canvass Covered
Agents for tlx
1 filei' in
in:::s i n salt: tiik celebrated
SEA FIHH AXD DRADLEVS SUPER PHOSPHATE.
Wo nj)jnd a li.-t o( Furi.a-rs wl.o ktvf u-cd the above mentioned Guano during the past
-i-asi "... Wc ct-rtify that n o: 'e -1 1 1 have K-cu raised so far to either of the above Guanos.
And v,v L;n:rantce c u h i" tili.-r to cnii- up to i!it analysis required by law. We, in com
tuoti with Mr. Hruihv, !.!: ve the new i.uv passed by the Geaeral Assembly of North Csro
:: , r.s a protective law Kr the !'..niu : s of the israte of North Carolina, to be a desirable law,
oi. c whit !i wo li .e doi-irid, io prev.-n; t'.aiul. The Fertilizers which we sell are jfun,n
!. u to come up to tii" an ii stand ird. We advise our farming community to ue
Sea Fowl and Bradley's Superphosphate.
They have stood ill'.' te;
C J Green,
.! Rowan Koner-,
A Barber it Son.
f II Atwater,
t.' G Harrington,
A F Thompson,
;,! mrsnv others in V,:k
no . -i
W 11 Pen v,
(i ii A! ford,
I L Johnston,
; V l'ejrratn,
RALEIGH, N. C.
J. E. COFFIELD, Agent, Tarboro'. N- C apl 10-2ra
DEAI.Eil IN THE FINEST
BLCK WALNUT, TARLOR,
FURMTURE OF III
And of the mi) A superb .-:y!
l)res-:n Cnses, Eta-e-i. :
uid lini-h. AI-o
leho ird-, Library
-i-o a compiettt line ot
Carpels, Oil flolhs, "IaUin.?$, Window Shades & Wall Paper.
liive nie a eai! beji
N. v. No -. '
AND CJ MAIN STREET, Old SOS. 08 AND 0,
1:Z orfolls., "7eu
iiliO.Mi'f A 'it:
M'-t Buri ll Car
HON TO i:i
C UTi.i 'es with th!' be-' ii-
.lid piirrouuding conntrv.
Tlie only k'uuwLi reme.lv for
Aih1 a positive remedy t
'.;?. tiiiAVKL. .iricturk:-, mark
'! i-:, dyspf.psia. m:ky'1's
itLILTi'V. !;:( .
'-'! -leteistioii or I'-.t ;.t', et.ei l .:i,-. I:
i :'.a' ii'itl. Il:ii,l!ti . ! I i. i.i ;.e. nf i lie
Si'KitMA ; .lURliiKA,
I.eM jnliiea or Whites, j H-ea.sps (.! the pros
trate Gland, fc'luiip i:i the iladiler,
( '.:!'''i!us Grave! or I'.i irVi'lnsl lieposil ami
Mucus or Milky Discharge.
Permanently Cures nil Jii-eases of the
l;L.lIr.R, KIDXKYfi. AXI) blMPSlCAL
Kxistir.g in Men. Wotueti ami Ciiii.l.en,
k -? MATTER V HAT Til.-: AuJ:.
I'rof. S'eele says : ' ()nt hottia f Kear
ney's YivA Extract IJtn.hii is wor:h more
tli.m all other P.uc'itis cornlii'.pd.''
I'riee, One Jtollar per i';o'.'!i. ,y Six liot
tl. s f.,r Five Dullnrs.
Depot, 104 Du:mo tt., Xew York
A Physician in attPiidat.ce to ;:;,v.er cor
rnspotidotica and ive r.dvicc amtis.
r Send Stamp fur Pamphlets, free.".-, '
Nervous iitul Dcliilitntnl!
K both si:xi:s.
1'.:. .1. ii. 1voit, sradu.tV of Jellersou'
.Me i.e. 1 lolleije. I'nn (i;e..'i:j. ;n;thor oj
i;ai,s. (..hieh l,f yilii u
' ' either in ma!- ,- max, ;.o mailer
i' !:; ..hat cans, miirii.iititi oi of how lung
A practice of y f ar-s ctiables
l.i.a to treat disease. .v I ft :.!ieee
u.irai,teed. fhat-es , ,,.,;Ji1:, -i i
at a i:,l;ince can forward let'es tiesci hus,
syiiij.t-.'iis and encloi.ir.'-' .-t::,,,,, . prcpav
pi.sM-o. " '
S-n.i !or the ,. .', 'r, 10-
J T. I.VnTi v, d'
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i ..,.- ..i.. ami njeoi.ToS lma.ie M., a. .
i 4 IT i 5 5 'it:' v
Ciii'i'iagc Mamitkcliircr ;
AT Ills OLD i-'TANl), j
AStBORO , N. C.
4 NV tleof Vehicles made to order at
Special attention paid to REPAIR
ING, and executed with dispatch.
O'Jl. 11, 173. -tf.
n COTTON GIN CO.
ti T Cooke,
R D Weather.
R J Irey.
H B Dewar,
AND M03T FASHIONABLE
LIBRARY AND CAHMBER
a choice assortment ot Tables, Wardrobes
aud Book Cases, Hat Trees, and What-Nots.
All goods warranted as represented.
i ,-in -a:i! -ii.---. The only Agent io the City for Fisk's
an 1 i.il" r Coiihis furnished at the shortest notice ; as also
the citv, and the Patent Riht Corpse Preserter In the city
J. E. SIMMONS,
PITT ST., FOUR DOORS FROM MAIN
rrar-boio TN. C.
f-MAKE TO ORDER ANYTHING IN THE
Furniture line and also keep a small lot on
baud for sale CHEAP FOK CASH. Call an4
I keep on hand and furnish at the shortest
MAHOGHANY, WALNUT, POPU
LAR & PINE COFFINS, also
Fish's Patent Metalie Exirial Cases,
I have now a 5TNE HEARS! lor hireon
March 27, 1874. 6m.
Turbine Water Wheel.
loole Sc Hunt,
i.iiiufaetnrers for the South and Southwest.
-now louse, working under heads
from 5? to 96 inches.
l"li- most powerful Wheel in the Market.
A 11 fl mnor PHI! rr.msn 1 tn Hnn
I - "'''3'"I,U rampniet sent post tree.
, MaCFACTVBM, ALSO, 0
i l'or,ii,'le and StaUonary 8tcaro Engines and
: toilers, Babcock & Wilcox Patent Tubulous
I """T' .tugn s urasber lor Minerals, Saw
piyU.nst Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery,
Machinery lor White Lead Works and Oil
Mills, Shaftinff Pulleys and Hangers.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
VAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
Will ie disposed of on easy terms to respon
sible partiws, by
H. A. WALKER,
March 20, l1 Nj
Neuraleia, Piles, Headache,
Diarrhoea. Boils, Soreness,
Lameness. Burns, Sprains,
Toothache, Scalds, Wounds,
Sore Throat, Ulcers, Bruises,
3 School Teachers Wanted
for the Spring and Summer. 11.50 per month.
Send for circular, which gives full particulars.
Z1EGLER & McCURDY,
lw Philadelphia, Pa.
SOXGSTfGaACE aud OLORY
The uerv begt Sunday-School Souk Book. By
W. F. 8HERWIN and 8. J. V A II.. 1H0 Ta-
?eg Splendid Hymns, Choice Music, Tinted
aper, Superior Binding. Price in Boards,
35c.; $30 per 100. A specimen copy in Paper
Com mailed (as soon as issued,) on receipt
of Tw enty-five Cents. Orders tilled 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. lw
The Lonsr-contested Suit of the !
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE
against the Singer, Wheeler & Wilr.011,
and Grover & Baker Company, involving;
Is finally decided by the j
Supreme Cou.t of the United States
in favor of the FLORENCE, which alone
has Broken the Monoply ot High f'ric e. '
THE NEW FLORENCE
Is the ONLY machine that sews backward1
and forward, or to right and left.
Simplest Cheapest Best.
Sold for Cash only. Special Terms io
CLUBS and DEALERS.
April, 1874. Florence, Mas.
Dr. Sharp Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Coustipation, Vomiting of Food,
Sour Stomach, Water brab, Heartburn, Dow
Spirits, &c. In thirty-five years never foiling
to cure the I most obstinate cases. Sold by
druggists generally. WM HOWARD, anient
tor Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
The Highest Medical Authorities of Eu
rope M7 tn strongest Tonic, Purifier and
Deobstruent known to the medical world is
J U II U B1JB.1.
It arrests de-.ay of vital forces, exhaustion
of the nervous system, restores vigor to the
debilitated, cleanses vitiated blood, removes
vesicle obstructions and acts directly on the
Liver and Spleen. Price $1 a bottle. JNO.
Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., N. Y. 4w
Agents ! If you want to make money, sell
The biggest thinn yet. Humor, wit, patlio-,
life, fun and laujrhter, 3o0 COMIC CUTS,
yearn for it. It trill sell i.i dull time .' ' Show
it to a man and he surrenders. It is sure
every time. Don't bother vith henry booki
that nobody wants. Humor is the thing that
takes. Agents warned everywhere. Send for
circulars and extra terms to TO-DAY Pub
Co., Philadelphia, New York, Boston or
Br. 8j:e' C
'cores tr Its mild, hcal-
inff sroDe-Ufis. to which
the disease yields
when the system lias
been put in penect
order with Doctor
5led leal DIacoTerr, which should
be taken earnestly to correct blood and
system, which are always at fault, nlso
to act specifically, upon the diseased
rlanls of the nose and lis chambers.
Catarrh Kemedr should be applied with
Dr. Pierce's nasal Doncbe,win
which mcdiclna can be carried hxnti uv
and perfectly applied to all parts of pa-
um and chambers is. which sores and I
ulcers exist, and from which discharge I
ut treatment proven, that the proprietor
offers $50O Reward for a case of
Cold in Ueati" or Oaiarrh which he
cannot cure. Tha two medicines with
instrument, lor yx, oj auarnggiaia.
To the Citizens of Edge
combe and adjacent
THE undersigned respectfully aunoiiuees
that he has again opened business of a
I on Chnreh Street, near Mr. Iozicr' Sim--,
j Special attention paid to
iGUN and city work.
Part'x-uUr care paid io
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. I respectfully return thanks for
the various manifestations of kindness here
tofore received and hope to continue to dc-
I. B. PALAMOUNTAIN.
M, L. IBF & BRO.,
TARBOROVN. C. -
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now oeeupv their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Enquire for the New
Shops near Main Btret.
Aug. 23, 1S73. lv
Farmers, Agriculturists and Dealers in
Fertilizers have now an opportunity of ob
taining this valuable manure in SMALL OR
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 the coun
try. Full particulars given in Circular mail
ed free ou application to
No. 03 Beaver St., New York.
References by permission.
Messrs. Hobson, Hurtado & Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government, 5
Wpall St. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National City Bank, 02
Wall St.. N. Y.
S. C. Tracy, Esq., Peruviaa Consul, 2;1.,'
Broadway, N. Y. March, 20,-3m. "
II. T. COKER,
AGENT FOR THE
Celebrated Wheeler Sc Wilson
Which 8URPASSES all other Machines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $29 to $78.
Kb?" The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main,
TARBORO', W. C.
PC 7, 1872. iy
MAY 22, 1874
THE RIVER OF TIME.
BV B. P. TAYLOR.
Oh, a wonderful: stream is the River Time,
As it flows through the realms of tears,
With a faultless rhythm and musical rhyme,
And a broader s -- eep and a surge sublime,
As it blends with the ocean of years.
How the winters are drifting like flakes of
And the summers like buds between ;
And the years in the sheaf, so they come
and they go
On the river s breast, with its ebb and flow,
As they glide in the shadow and sheen.
There's magical isle up the River Time,
Where the softest of airs are playing ;
There's a cloudless sky and a tropical clime,
A nd a voice as sweet as a vesper chime,.
And the Junes with the roses staying.
And the name of this isle is the Long Ago,
And we bury our treasures there;
There are brows of beauty and bosoms of
There are heaps of dust, but we loved them
There are trinkets and tresses of Isair !
There ate frauv-uts ot soiig that poedy
Aud a part of an infant's prayer,
There's a harp unswept and a "lute w ithout
There are brokeu rows and pieces of rings,
And the garments that she used to wear.
There are hand that re waved when the
By the mirage is lilted iu a'r ;
And we sometimes hear through the turbu
Sweet voices heard in the days gone before,
W'h'i 'lie wind down the liver is fair.
Oh, tt-membered for aye be the blessed isle
All the day of our life till night,
And when evening conies with its beautiful
And our eyes aie .-losed in slumber awhile,
Mav that " Greenwood " of soul be in
One of the most curious of natu
ral piTnluctions is pail to be a wo
man who i- not curious.
We are all hunters in the field of
life. Some of us bring down our
game ; but nn-t of u- eml in a wild-goo-e
' There is two ways of Going it,'
said Ptit, to himself, as he stood
musing and waiting for a job on the
A Philadelphia youth was re
cently married to a girl who had
refused him eighteen times. He
wishes r.ow he hadn't asked her but
It is said that two Iowa lovers
will sit up half the night with only
one chair in the room ; but that's
easily explained to any one who's
" You're the victim of rum,"
said a crusader, the other dav, to a
veteran spiritualist. ' S'are" you,
madam," he replied; "I nerer
touched a drop of rum in my life.
Whiskey's my poison."
A lady advertises for sale one
babboon, three tabby-cats and a
parrot. She states that being now
married, she has no further use for
them, for the reason that their
amiable tjualitie are all combined
in her husband.
A German Jew was eating a
I pork chop in a thunder storm. On
hearing an unusually loud clap, he
laid down hi knife and fork and
Veil did tiny poty efer hear such
a fuss about a little piece of Pork !'
' Dr. wants to know if yoa'I'
please to pay this bill now V
Old gentleman looks over the
items, and replies :
'Tell Dr. I'll pay him for
his medicirtfs, and return hi vis-
My dear," inquired a young
wife of her husband on his return
from business, 'have you seen the
beautiful set of walnut furniture
which the Smith's have bought V
' All me ! no mv love hnf. T
j have seen tho bill, and it quite sat-
; iues me.
.)jf is v-Mir sister at home?
' Yes. but she won't se von to
' Why ?'
4 Because she said she was going
to have one more mess of onions, if
she never got another beau.'
Tipkins aroused his wife from a
sound sleep the other night saying
he had seen a ghost in the shape of
an ass. "Oh let me sleep," was
the reply of the irate dame, "and
don't be frightened at your own
' Is the old man any belter V
asked a boot-black of a newsboy at
Detroit the other day. Better,'
echoed Jim ; I should say he was !
You ought to have seen him sling
ing stovewood at mother this morn
ing.' Little Tommy didn't disobey
mamma, and go in a swimming did
he? No, mamma ; Jimmy Brown
and the rest of the boys went in,
but I remembered what you said,
and didn't disobey you. And
Tommy nevtr tells lies, does he ?
No mamma ; I wouldn't tell a lie
for all the world. Then how doe3
Tommy happen to have on Jimmy
Brown's shirt? That conundrum
was too much for Tommy he had to
give it up.
The following dialogue between
a lawyer and a plain witness is a J
good hit at the fashion of
crooked words : Did the defendent
knock the plaintiff down with malice
prepence? No, sir; he knocked
him down with a flat iron. You
misunderstand me, my friend; I
wish to know whether he attacked
him with any intent? Oh, no, sir,
it was outside of the tent. No, no,
I wish to know if it was a precon
certed affair? No, sir; it. was
not a free concert affair, it was at a
The Vagabond Sage.
Au old man of very active phy
siognomy, answering to the name of
Jacob Wilmot, was brought to the
police court. His clothes looked
as if they might have been bought :
second hand in his youthful prime, j
for they had suffered more from the j
rubs of the world than the proprie- j
" What busiuesss ?"
" None ; I'm a traveller."
" A vagabond, perhaps ?"
" You are not far wrong. Travel
lers and vagabonds are about the
same thing. The difference is that
the latter travels without money
and the former without brains."
" Where have you traveled ?"
" All over the continent."
" For what purpose ?"
" What have you observed ;"
" A little to commend, much to
censure and a great deal to laugh
"Humph! what do you com
" A handsome woman that will
stay at home, an eloquent preacher
who will preach short sermons, a
good writer that will not write too
much, and a fool that has sense
enough to hold his tongue."
" What do you censure V
" A man that marries a girl for i
her fine clothing, a youth who;
studies medicine while he has the :
use of his hands, and the people
who elect a drunkard to office."
" What do you laugh at V
" I laugh at a man who expects ;
his position to command that re - i
spect his personal qualifications and
qualities do not merit."
He was dismissed.
Rather Hard on the Doctors.
When the University of St.
Andrew's sold her honors a custom j
that has been long abandoned a i
certain minister put .15 in his j
purse and went to St. Andrew's!
"to purchase for himself a good j
degree." His man-servant accom j
panied him and was present when j
his master was formally admitted j
to the long-defcired honor. On his j
return home "the doctor" sent for j
his servant, and addressed him as 1
follows : " Now, Saunders, ye'll
aye be sure to ca'me the doctor ;
and gin ony body speers at ye about
me, ye'll aye be sure to say the I
doctor's in his study, or the doctor's j
engaged, or the doctor will see you
inacrask." "That a' depends,"
was the reply, "upon whether ye'll
ca' me doctor, too." The reverend
doctor stared. "Ay, it's just so,"
continued Saunders; "for when I
fand oot that it cost sae little, I e'em
got a diploma myself; sae ye'll just
be gude enough to say doctor, put
on some c a's, or, doctor, bring me
some whisky and hot water; and
gin ony body speers at ye about me, i
ye 11 aye be sure to say, the doctor s
in the pantry, the doctor's in the
stable, or, the doctor's digging
potatoes, as the case may be."
irl's erery dav toilet is part
oi ner ensracter. ine maiden who
is slovenly in the morning is not to
be trusted, however fine she may
look in the evening. No matter
how humble your room may be,
there are eight things it should
contain ; a mirror, a washstand,
water, soap, towel, hair, nail and
tooth brushes. ' These are just as
essential as your breakfast, before
which you should make a good use
of them, Parents who fail to pro
vide their children with such appli
ances, not only make a great mis
take, but commit a sin of omission.
Look tidy in the morning, and
after the dinner work is over im
prove your toilet. Mske it a rule
of your daily life to u dress up "
for the afternoon. Your dress may
not, and need not be, anything bet
ter than callico, but with a ribbon,
or flower, or some bit of ornament
you can have an air of self-respect
and satisfaction, that invariably
comes with being well dressed. A
girl with fine (sensibilities cannot
help feeling embarrassed and awk
ward in a ragged, dirty drs, with
her hair unkempt, if a stranger or
neighbor should come in.' More
over, your self-respect should de i
mand decent appareling for your
body. You should make it a point
to look as well as yon can, even if
you know nobody will see yon but
You must remember it isn't enly
laying hold of a rope- you must go
on pulling. It's the mistake you
lads make that have got nothing
either in your brains or your pocket
to think you've got a better start
in the world if you stick yourselves
in a plrcce where you can easily
keep your coats clean, and have the
shop wenches take you for fine
gentlemen. That wasn't the way
J started, young man. When I
was sixteen my jacket smelled of
tar, and I wasn't afraid of hand--ling
cheeses. That's the reasen
1 can wear good broad-cloth now,
and have my legs under tha same
table with the heads of the best
firms in St. Ogg's.
If J got places, Sir, it was be
cause I made myself fit for 'em. if
you want to slip into a round hole,
you must make a ball of yourself
that's where it is.
You'll have to begin at a low
round of the ladder, let me tell
you if you mean to get on in life.
You youngsters nowadays think
you're to begin with living well and
working easy ; you've no notion of
running a foot before you get on
norseoacK. Ueorge Uliot.
An old iadj with a large familr,
liring near a rirer, wa3 asked if ahe
did not live in constant fear that
some of her children would be
drowned. "Oh, no," she replied,
"we have only lost three or four in
L. HIELBRONER & BRO
At our Store can be found aliine assortment
PRINTS, PLAIN DOMESTICS AND DRESS GOODS,
ever brought to this market before. The latest
JEVro F UlZ.VlLSHI.Va GOODS.
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
L HIELBRONER & BRO.
Sa 1 PERUVIAN GUAM), (GHXAPE.)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC 6UAX0,
LISTER'S STANDARD SUPER PIUSPHATE OF LIME,
WHAM'S RAWBOXE SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
LISTERS PURE GROUND AND DISSOLVED BONF,
, W LK otrr lo Planters or North Carolina ths above named Ubthly approved Stau
dard ertL'izers. -
Thee Guanos hare been used season after season, and have uniformly jriven satisfaction.
hi wc cvub aer u. unnecessary io Rive here any high sounding chemical analyses to iuduce i
the prudent farmer to use tbem, as the experience of several years bear testimony in the'
most satisfactory manner as to their real merit and reliability. j
In the abovs we are offering Fertllieers that can be relied upon, and no one nr .-d take the !
jfreat risk of experimenting with anything new anil entirely unknown, because ii is ottered j
v u npMcuiiv tun finer.
Soluble Pacific Guano, Cash $50.
Lister's Standard Super Phosphate, Cash $50.
Whann'e Kawbone Super Phosphate, Cash $,").".
It is an admitted fact, confirmed by many years experience ill .
approved Standard Fertilizers to I Jot ton and" Corn increases the v
nu ui me same sou unieriuizeJ. This statement is not ei
l-Mnlf. tnn.. ,. .1 ...
.... hiujucuiii cvr-u mu inn anon
DARD 8UPEK PHOSPflATB 6F LIME for a
WflASS-g RAW BOHE SUP
ton, per Ton of 2000 pounds,
Payable November 1st. 1874.
tw t?i2t6e " P?RT1LIZERS WW by us to be FREE FROM ADULTERATION,
our fertilizers can be procwed ot our Agents at various points in the State
Ben us your orders early and we will give them prompt attention.
HYMANS & DANCY,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
February 13th, 187i..tX,
THE undersigned has taken the Agencj
I ir inn section, for WM.
TH-., ,., consumption, Apilepsy, and Fits: Mental
lTXeiropolltian. Works & Physical Incapacity, &c By ROBERT
OF RICHMOND, VA. J. CULVERWELL. M. i , Author of the
ue w;!l furnish any machinery of their make i "JeD BooJ'" &c-
at factory prices and gire estimates for pro j . w"d-renowneil rtutbor, in this ad
posed new machinery, thereby savin much ' mirabe Lecture, clearly proves from his own
delay in correspondence and the expense of I P1 ience that the awful cousequences of
trip to their shops. The Enscioes and I Self"A1)use rnaJ" be effectually removed
8aw Mills built at these shops are gaining ni : withont medicines, and without dangerous
favor with our people every day. j surgical operations bough-, instruments,
Pleasure will be taken in rtr.int.inir nnt th. rinSs or cordials, pointing out a mode of
.H af-. . r
rsrcuiiar iwuim ana aarai.tses of these
machines. H. A. WALKER
8up't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works,
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro", N. C.
an. tt o o i ta
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES.
SC, AO., sSC.
Opposite the " Enquirtr" Office,
Nov. Isf, 174, $55
Not. 1st, 1874, $55
Nov. 1st, 1874, $60
sit ordinary application of
eiil to doulile the proline-
1 his ctAlimnt ii mil rv,irD..j...l . ,i . i.
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