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H, modi-led and refitted by ROBERT D. GRA
HAM, Esq., of Mecklenburg County, North
Carolina, U noto open for the recep
tion of Guests.
FOR THE SEASON OF 1S74, UNDER A
NEW MANAGEMENT. t
This Hotel Is beautifully situated immedi
ately over the waters of the Harbor, with a
fine view of Fort Macon, Old Topsail Inlet, I
,UG hvsi i
and the Atlantic Ocean. The Tida Bows 4
semi-daily under the Building; thereby pro
moling cleanliness aud coolness, while flies
and mosquitoes are almost unknown. This
Is the only Hotel so favorably situated 0$ the
Atlantic Coast. " "
The building is so constructed as to render
it peculiarly desirable to those seeking health
THE ROOMS are commodious and accessi
ble to the sea breeze, with piazzas on the
Sea-front, and delightlul plank walks, free
from sand and dust, for the enjoyment of pe
Jestrians. BATHING HOUSES, neatly fitted outon
an improved plan, are attached to the Hotel,
where guests can enjoy the refreshing sea
bath. THE SURF is one most attractive features
of this justly celebrated Summer resort, and
former patrons will recognize a decided im
provement in the Commodious Dress'ng
Rooms, conveniently located upon the beach.
A LAKE, inclosed near the Hotel, will af
ford facilities to guests who do not care to go
in the Surf, to bathe and learn the art of
THE BALL BOOM has been constructed
over the water, on the sea-front of the Hotel,
having a suspension roof 50x75 feet over it,
40 feet high, and splendid view of the Ball
Room is had from the Piazza or Galleries.
The Ball Room will be lighted with Silvered
Mica Deflecting Chandeliers.
Walnut and Maple Beadsteads,
Tables. Candle Stands.
Cradles, Towell Racks,
Rocking and Office Chairs,
Cane & Wood-Seat Chairs,
Mattresses, Saddles, Harness,
Saratoga and Canvass Covered
Agents for tlxe
BROWN COTTON GIN CO.
iPIER'S MEW STOR
3 DOORS BELOW
I conieqr.eace of the dull times, I have determined to offer my entire stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS at the PRIME NEW YORK COST.
A FULL LINE OF
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS 4ND
SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
In Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, &c.
XT Givo me a cal1 and examine my Stock,
Tarboro', N. C, May Ctb, 1874.
HUGH, 110 ! THE
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I IIAVE NOW ON
hand the largest stock of Furniture ever offered to this market,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
My assortment consists in part of Walnut and Popular Wardrol.es, Bureaax, Washstands,
Center, Extension and Leaf Tables, Writing Desks, Cradles, and Walnut and Maple Chairs,
in great variety. The laiest style of Walnut Bedsteads, as low as $12.00. Also Maple
Beadsteads, cheap. Walnut Towel Racks fur only 81.25. Chairs at 88.00 per dozen.
Rockers at $1.00 each. y
All in want of Furniture would do well to call on me before purchasing .
UNDERTAKING, in all its branches, attended to with dispatch. "
Juut 5th, 187ilm.
An expert corps of Musicians will be in
readiness during the season to give zest and
pleasure to the fleeting hours.
. A First-Class Bar, Billiard Rooms, Bowling
Alley, aud a 8hOuting Gallery, is attached to
Yachts and Row Boats for Hunting and
Fishing parties, Fast Sailing, and well man-
aged, ean be had at any time to convey per
louiut, jsa .u " , ,
sons to such points as is aesirea
A CROQUET GROUND has beeu arranged
for the the use of the Guests of the totel,
where all who delight in this healthy and
teautiful game may do so, Free of Charge.
THE TABLE will be supplied with every
article to be found at the first-class Hotels of
the interior, besides Oysters, EscoMops, Solt
Crabs, Sea Turtle, Terrapins, Lobsters, and
every variety of Fish abounding iu the pro
lific waters of the Harbor and Ocean.
An abundant supply of Ice has been provi
ded, which will be furnished our Guests, free
The subscriber having had much experi
ence (at home aud abroad) in Hotel keeping
and aided by competeut and courteous Assis
tants, flatters himself by strict attention to
business, and with a corps of well trained
and obliging servants at his command, he will
be able to give entire satisfaction to all who
may patronize him.
TERMS: Per Day, 2.50; One Week,
$15.00; Two Weeks, 25.00 ; Three Weeks,
$3.V00; Four Weeks, $4o.00 ; Calendar Month,
Children and Servants, half prie Special
arrangements with Families and Excursiou
ists. All business communications should be
GEO. W. CHARLOTTE,
June 5, 1874.-2m. Proprietor.
THE COURT HOUSE.
and convince yourselves.
FURNITURE STORE !
Jas. E. Simmons,
itt 8trat, Tarboro, 3H". O.
B ill UH"
A DAY GUARANTEED using our
WELL AUGER & DRILL i good
territory. Endorsed by Governors
of IOWA. ARKANSAS & DAKOTA
CiUlcgaefris. W.QILXS, Spirals. He,
PSYCHOMANCY, or SOU L CHARM
ING." How either m-x may lasrinale
aud gain the love and alk-clions ot any per
son they ilue instancy. This iiinp"- men
tal aenuireni" 1 1 1 .all e-ifi .o .-(.-, !'ee, liv n.: t ),
for 2:e., -lln-r ':!! neoii: l iihie.
Egyptian r:;ele, il .- .u.-. Hints n i .dies,
WtHMinir-MsM- .-bin. Ae. A )' r k At!-
dresft T. Wii.l.l l .v I :'
Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness,
and all throat diseask.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY
Sold by Druggists.
SEND FOR THE
ISTJbJ W OATAIiOGTJK
And Price List, Mailed Free.
100-Piece French China Din
FRENCH CHINA AND STONE WAKE
GIVEN AWAY (almost). Tea, Totlet Sets
and every thiug else same way. Call or send
for Catalogs. WASIUNU IU UAUi.ti b
0th Ave. and 12th St , N. Y. 4w,
LlYIXGSTOE IS DEAD.
For oO Years Millions h:ue intently watch
ed his perilaus yet heroic slrules, and
praud acliieveineuts aud now eagerly desire
the Complete Life-History of tliia uorld-re-noicaecl
hero aud benefactor, which uufolds
also the curiosities and wealth of a wild and
wonderful country. It is just ready. 'J,000
agents wanted quickly. One aeut sold 1S4,
another 1D6 one week. For particulars, ad
dress HUBBARD HUGS., cither Ftiila., Bos
ton, orCiQ.,0. "w.
Dr. 8harp'? "Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
CompUiat, Constipation, VomitiDr of Food,
Sour Stomach, Water brash, Heartburn. Dow
Spirits, &C. In thirty-five years never failing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druetjists generally. WM HOWARD, apent
for Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eishth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed ou application. 4.w
I The Lone-pontesteil Suit of thf
FLOREN'CE SEWING MACHINE CO., I
j against the Singer, Wheeler & Wilson,
anu (Trover s caker Company, iiivolvios;
Is finally decided by the j
Supreme Couit of the United States j
in favor of the FLORENCE, which alone;
has Broken the Monoply ot High Prices.
THE NEW FLORENCE
Is the ONLY machine that sews backward
and forward, or to right and left. i
Simplest Cheapest Best.
Sold for Cash only. Special Terms to',
CLUBS and DEALERS.
April, 1874. Florence, Mass. i
" EDEOGRAPHY " A new book on the art
of Writing by Sound ; a complete system of
Phonetic Short-Hand, the shortest, most sim
ple, easy, and comprehensive, enatiliug any
one in a short time to report trials, speeches,
sermons, &e. The Lord's Prayer is written
witU 4'J strokes of the pen, and 140 words per
minute. The unemployed should learn this
art. Price lv mail 50 cents. Asrents wanted.
Address T. W. EVANS v Co., i::;t s. 7th St.,
Phila., Pa. 4w.
The Highest Medical Authorities of Eu
rope say the strongest Tonic, Purifier and
Deobstruent knowu to the medical world id
J II II UKJSR.l.
It arrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion
of the nervous system, restores vior to the
debilitated, cleanses vitiated blood, removes
vesicle obstructions and acts directly on the
Liver aiid Spleen. Price 81 a bottle. JN0.
Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., N. Y. 4w
fi i 'JPTTPLM) F THE
UEiaXCiClIV UNITED STATES.
No book has ever been published of such
universal interest to the American people. It
appeals to no partieular class alone, but to all
classes; to men aud women of all professions,
creeds, occupations aud political opinions
to Farmers, Lawyers, Business Men, Me
chanics, Physicians, Politicians, Teachers,
Stndcnts, Manufacturers. Salesmen, men
of learning and men who can only read, to
old and young. All want it as a book of
constant reference, and to preserve for their
children aud chi'dren's children as the only
complete and reliable work, showing the gi
gantic results of the first one hundred years
of the greatest republic the world ever saw.
It is uot a luxury but a necessity to every
well-informed American citizen Agents make
f 100 to $300 per month. Send for circular
SIEGLER & McCURDY, Phiia., Pa. 4w.
WATERS' C0MERT0 ORGANS
are the most beautiful in style and perfect in
tone ever made. The Concerto Stop is the
best ever placed In any Orgau. It is pro
duced by an extra set of reeds, peculiarly
voiced, the Effect of which is Most Charm
ing and Soul-Stirring, while its Immitation
of the Human Voice is Superb. Term Lib
eral. WATERS' Philharmonic, Ves
per & Orchestral ORGANS
in Unique French Cases, are among the best
mode, and combine Purity of Voicing with
great volume of tone. Suitable for Parlor,
Church, or Music Hall. WATERS' NEW
SCALE PIANOS have great power and a line
singing tone, with all modern improvements
and are the Best Pianos made. TheseJOrgans
and Pianos are waranted for 0 years. Prices
Extremely Low for cash or part cash, and
balance in monthly or quarterly payment.
Second-hand instruments taken in exchange.
Agents Wanted in every County in the U. S.
and Canada. A liberal discount to teachers,
Ministers, Churches, Schools, Lodges, etc
Illustrated Catalogues Mailed.
HORACE WATERS & SON ,
481 Broadway, New York. Box 3507.
II, L HUSSEY & BRO.,
TARBORO', N. C.
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Enquire for the New
Shops near Main Street.
Aug. 23, 1S73. ly
Farmees, 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 on application to
No. 53 Beaver St., New York.
References by permission.
Messrs. Hobson. Hurtado & Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government, ' 5a
Wall St. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National City Bank, 52
Wall St., N. Y.
8. C. Tracyj Esq., Peruvian Consul, 26
Broadway, N. Y. March, 80,-Sm.
THE oiSHK vamu lutiug uiuiea. i ncn AU VCtt ( ISL IV1 E.J.1 5
JUNE 12, 1874
From the Petersburg (Va.) Index-Appeal.
'"''" GIDEON'S BAND
Tliere is' Franklin Wood,
Win, tumid liolii his office it he colli, I,
lint the Itad.t aif certainly beat,
And Uie lie I lor him i to take up his re
lie Iiks ;tti old l"p buggy and an iron grey
We hope .sufficient to lake hint away,
And it either of these should happen to fail
We will complete his journey on a rail.
We arc Piiliiely rid ot the tiiooHr in blni
Wleiihew u;r money si.d Ii.i.l n..il,irio to li :
The ii'i 11' 'v ieiiir and lake back al.
And we u i.i iiiioint vi I, lie men to waik llieir
Whei ever ilit-te was a low in town,
Tin" t-oMurdi. M-anit! could never tie found ;
Tlicie was liule Gray who was in loiii.naii'l,
l!nt 'pTs-lo'ls and bowie-krives he con il not
Them o o.) 111 fi Slew-nil. i lit. ,vi, l: nl ilie
fin! He ihil li lli" " O el.ll'i. lm- i'r-i , s li I ;
lie Iihs -Iihib ',1 - in tor many a d i
And tliolliil -.1, lite till! lie wan aiv lo
Uut hi, old !'el ! you have lost your stand,
So take m your duds and leave this land;
You have held this office for a .ood long
Cut this time, Jiiiimit-, we will let you slide:
Good-bye, Jimmie !
There was Mr. Doggett, the lajjer man,
Who told us his party could control this land;
Hut we could uot see it in that liljht,
So we fought his party and gained the fight.
Good-dye, Doggett !
There was a niaser Chisel
that stuck ou a
this town he
We aie certain this is a white man's town
And no nicropf officers shall be found,
. Farewell, John !
There is eld Max Marshall, the sly little
Who is making his iiviuo ou rotten beet ;
Of all the Yanks that came on here,
Old Max Marshall can steal his share.
We hope when they leive this wrecked old
All bands may be jieni entiai v bound ;
We know they are most contemptible scamps,
And all they wanted was to steal our slampa.
The new charter has passed,
And we are a free people at last,
Good-bye Liza Jane.
Advice to fast
2fever "run through" the
" I come to steal," as the rat
observed to embrace you," as the
trap replied to the rat.
" Digby, will you take some of
this batter V "Thank you, ma'am,
I belong to the temperance society
can't take anything strong,"
' Who was the meekest man ?'
asked a Sunday school teacher.
' Moses.' ' Very well.' ' Who was
the meekest woman V ' Never was
any,' was the reply.
Says she : Well, if you havn't
any time, and must go over to the
store, you needn't beat the carpet.
I spose we car. live like pigs a month
longer, as well as not.
A little boy heard his mother tell
of eishteen bead of cattle bein;;
burnt the other night. "Weren't
their tails burnt also?" inquired
the verdant youth.
' Patrick,' eaid the priest, 'how
much did you steal ?' 'Well, I may
as well confess to your riverence
for the whole stack, I am going
after the rest to-night.'
Crematory age " 0, ma ! ma !
Johnny's got the urn and is spilling
pa's ashes o?er the floor !" " 0,
what a naughty Johnny ! Get the
fea'her duster, and sweep your poor
father 1 ight up !"
' Talk about the severe mental
labor of men,' says Bertha, 'it takes
more hard study to discover the
front of a new spring hat than it
would to" win a case in the Supreme
Court against a railroad.'
Mrs. Grundy say that if you wish
to see a fine display of diamonds
upon the human form yoa must sen
cure an introduction to the ugliest
woman to be found at a fashionable
A Sunday school teacher, desirous
of waking .the dormant powers of a
scholar, asked the question, " What
are we taught by the historic inci-.
dent of Jacob wrestling with the
angel V" The cautious reply came :
" Dunno, 'zactly, but s'pose 'twas
to tell us that we musn't rastle."
I see,' said a young lady, that
some publishers advertise blank de
clarations for sale. I wish I could
get one. ' Why ?' asked the moth
er. ' Because, Ma, G is too
modest to ask me to marry him,
and perhaps, if I could fill a blank
declaration, he would sign it.'
The people of Alabama propose
to dodge mixed schools by the di
rect distribution of the funds to
parents, regardless of color. This
of course would abolish public
schools, and leave the parents free
to choose whatever private institu
tion they please.
Ambition. That is the bravest
ambition which is vigorous enough
to overleap the little life here.
The highest aspirations seek not
fame. Whatever we can do of
good in this world, with our faculs
ties or our affections, rises to God
as humanity's song of praise. Amid
the million tongues ever joining to
swell the holy music of that song,
arc those,which sound loudest and
grandest here, the tones which
travel sweetest and purest up to
the eternaTthrone, which mingle in
the most perfect harmony with the
anthem of the angel choir ! May
not the most obcure life be digni
fied by a lasting aspiration, and
dedicated to a noble aim ? WilJcie
Slang talk by Young Ladies.
Young ladies have but little idea
of the impoliteness and bad effect of
the slang phrases often used in so
called polite society. An exchange
says, in a word of advice to any
who are partially or wholly addicted
to it :
" You have no idea liow it sounds
to ears uuiised or averse to it, to
hear a young lady s.iy, when she
is asked if she will go with you to
some place, 'Nut much !' or, 1 have a
previous engagement, or if requested
to do something she does not wish,
to hear hor say, 'Can't see it !'
Not lon; I heard a voung
miss, who educated an I accom
pli.-lied, in speaking ufa young man,
say -she inten-led t-i 'go for him !
And when her sister asked her
assistance at some work, lie ant
wered, 'Not. fur Joe !'
.Now, young ladies of unexcep
lion b!e diameter arel really good
eilitc itioii full into this li ilii', think
iiig !t !i -w siii;iriin's i .iiiwi-r
hack 1.1 .-l,mr phrases; and they
suun lip flippantly from their
tongues with a saucy pertuess that
ta ni.it Ititr
ladylike nor becoming
4 1 bet, or 'you bet, is bad enough
among men wno are traumg
or land; but the contrast is
ing and positively shocking to hear
those words issue from the lips of
a young lady. They Beem at once
to surround her with ' the
rougher association of men's daily
life, and bring her down from the
purity to their own
An rishman took the contract
to dig a public well. When he had
dug about twenty five feet below
the surface, he came one morning
and found it caved in, filled nearly
to the top Pat looked cautiously
around and saw that no one was
near, then taking off his hat and
coat he hung them on the windlass,
and crawling into some bushes, he
awaited the result of events. In a
short time the citizens discovered
that the well had caved in, and
seeing Pat's hat and coat thev
supposed that he was at the bottom
of the excavation. Only a few
hours of brisk digging cleared the
loose earth from the well. Just as
the citizens had reached the bottom
and were wondering where the body
was, Pat came walking out of the
bushes, and very good-natured
thanked them for relieving him of
a sorry job. The tired diggers
were disgusted, but the joke was
too good to allow anything more
than a hearty laugh, which soon
They have a register in New
Orleans called Bradshaw's which
gives information as to the social
i.nd pecuniary standing of the citN
zens of that place. It is reraark
bly hard on the dashing young
men and supposedto-be wealthy
batchelors. The young women
all study it, and it is the parent's
vade mecum. Several promising
mesalliances have been prevented
by "information received" in this
wav. Not loni; ago a stern parent
instituted inquiries touching a pafv
ty who was seriously affecting his
daughter. The party looked well,
talked well, cut a tremendous fig'
ure, and was atmospheric to a dev
gree seldom seen in a hotel clerk.
But Bradshaw said: "Bad lot;
no money ; fond of liquor ; playa
cards on Sunday ; has a wife and
five children West : once forged his
uncle's name, but got the matter
settled on account of the family."
Bradshaw's candor must, indeed,
be appalling, is introduction to
New York might not be altogether
unsatisfactory to some parties.
Brandy from Sawdust. Dry
Sawdust as it lies heaped up in the
saw-mill certainly looks innocent of
a capability to furnish " brandy
straights," but if we may believe a
certain German chemist it does
contain considerable of the inebria-i
ting fluid. His experiment with
900 pounds of sawdust resulted in
Gl quarts of brandy of 50 per cent,
at 59 deg., perfectly free from odor
or taste of turpentine, and of very
agreeable flavor. He considers it
probable that the process might be
successful on a large scale, if the
amount of water and time of boil
ing (two important factors in the
production of sugar) were accurate
ly determined by experiments. By
conversion of all the cellulose into
sugar, each hundred-weight of air
dried sawdust would yield at least
27.4 quarts of 50 per cent, brandy.
Civil Rights. We clip the fol
lowing from the Wilmington Jour
" A conversation substantially as
follows was overheard between a
couple of darkeys yesterday :
" Say, Bill, when dis civil rights
done passed fore Congress, do you
know what I'se gwine to do ?"
" No, Sam ; what yer gwine to
" I's gwine to go down to de Pur
cell House and take dinner settin
at de same table wid dem white
folks. And den I'll set out in front
and smoke my segar jes as big as
any of 'em."
" G'way nigger. If you 'tempts
to eat dinner at de Purcell Hou3e
I bets you eats supper in h 1."
Everything that Midas touched
was turned to gold. In these days,
touch a man with gold and he'll
turn into pretty nearly anything.
A California editor says he can
stand it to hear tourists from the
Atlantic seaboard, who come out to
the Pacific coast, talking about
"San Joeyquinn," "San Josey,"
" Stanislouse," and the like, but
when they begin asking questions
about "Mount Shyster" he wants to
L. HIELBRONER & BR0
At our Store can be found a fine
The finest stock of
BOYS, YOUTHS' VTI MENS'
ever brought to this market before.
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
EKS8 Call and convince yourself.
I HIELBR01R & BRO.
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention ofjplanters and others is aga'.n
called to the above -old and reliable mako of
Cotton Gins. They are furnished this year
greatly improved, nd nothing which au ex
perience of thirty years in their manu
facture could suggest has been left undone to
Make them the most reliable and perfect Cot
ton Gin in market. As the result of our
efforts we need only refer to their established
reputation and wide-spreadpopularity. For
Perfection of Workmanship, Strength, Dura
bility, Light Running, and quantity and qual
ity of lint produced, we challenge competi
tion. We are prepared to warrant to any
reasonable extent perfect satisfaction to every
planter or operator. The Gins are sold at
the lowest possible prices for good machines,
and on reasonable terms. We invite exam
ination of the samples in the bands of our
local agents who wiU give all desired infor
mation and furnish applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory letters from
parties using the Gins in ail sections of the
cotton planting country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, may be obtained
of our agents or by addressing
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pender & Jhnhins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May 8th, 1874 Jy.
IT. T. COKEIt
AQENT FOR THE
Celebrated Wheeler & Wilson
Which SURPASSES all other Machines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to $75.
The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main,
TAItHORO', IV. C
Dec. 7,1872. ly
THE undersigned has taken the Asency
for this section, for WM. E. TANNEK
&. CO., of the
of RicnnoxD, VA.
tie ;!! furnish any machinery of their make
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinery, thereby saving much
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 ont the
peculiar features and advantages of these
machines. H. A. WALKER,
Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works,
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C.
D R U Or 3r
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
3cC, &C, ScC.
Opposite the " Enquirer " Office,
TARBORO, N C.
- - ,1-
AND DRESS GOODS.
white linen Brown
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUST
Bought Since the De
rpHK UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
turned from New York with a larsre and well
selected stock of
Swiss Muslins, Nain
sook, Victoria Lawns, Jaeo
uet Cambrics.PiqueSjLiuen Lawns,
Hamburg aud Cash's Standard Trimmings,
Heiustiched aud Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Ties, Collars and CufTs, iu great
variety, Belts, Marseilles, Quilt.s,
Napkius and Table Cloths,
Gents', Ladies' and
Ploase give him a call before purchasing.
T. H. CAT LIN.
Tarboro', N. C, April 27, 1874.
Hie Great 'Cause of Human
in a Sealed Envelope,
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
aad Physical Incapacity, &c By ROBERT
J. CULVERWELL, M. D , Author of the
" Green Book," &c.
The world-renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
Men-Abuse may be etlectually removed
without medicines, and. without dangerous
surgical operations bougies, instruments,
rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual by which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
and radically. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
sealed envelope, ou the receipt of six cents,
or two postage stamps. Address the Pub
lishers, CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
1 127 Bowerv, New York. P. O. Box 4,WG.
Oct. 18, 1873. ly.
THREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
Store, third door from the Court House.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', Feb. 0, 1874. tf.
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
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Will be disposed of on easy terms t respon
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at Foundry in Tarboro' N. C.
March SO, 1874. 3m.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE: WEAK STRONG,
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, i so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantitu
of Nature's Own Vilalizinn
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "atlwusand ills," simnlu
fill rV&n rm m
" kw icr.
nieates everu tuivt nfti, r.i..
repairing damages and waste.
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of tlie won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhcea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Hnmors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
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, atul tmo
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands liave been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, siclcly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. F0WLE & SONS, Proprietors,
. No. 1 Milton Place, Boston.
Sold bt Dbuccists cenerallt.
R R K.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after rca '.ins thi9 advertisement Bee J any one
RtJFreR WITH PAIX.
KADWAT'3 KEAPr KEUEf 13 A CURE F0&
It was the first and Is
Tlio Only Pain Remedy
tliat instantly stop" tho mot excruciation pain, al!av
Inflammations, and rurw Congestions, whether of the
Lnnirs. Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, by
IN FROM OXE TO TWENTY MIXDTES.
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain the
RHKUVT1( Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled. Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OK THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THB BOWELS.
CONOF.STION OF THE LUNGS
SOKE THROAT, DIFFICULT FUEATHINO.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPTHKRIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
Toe application of the Redy Relief to the part or
nn f SnHfiT.!1" PaUl or difficulty exists will afford eiue
Twenty drops In half tumbler of water will in a fen '
moment cure CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH.
HKARTBCRV, KICK HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA
DYSENTERY. COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should alwava carry a bottle of ltail
wujr'a Ready Keller with them. A few drop in
water will prevent sickness or pain from chance u:
water. It la better than French Brandy or Bitter? u !
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents. There l
not a remedial agent in this world that will cure Kev-t
and Ague, and all other Malarious, Bilous. Scar)-T
Tvphoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided bv RAI'
WAY'S PILLS I so quick as RADVVAY'd READY Kb.
LIEF. Fitly cents per bottle.
STROHO AVT PURE RICH ' BLOOD INCREASE
OF FLEWH AND WEIGHT CLEAR SKIN ANU
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL
THE CREAT PLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MO T ASTONISHING CURES: S
QUICK. SO KAI'IJ ARK THE CHANGES, THK
BODY UNDERGOF.S, UNDER THE INFLUENCE
OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
Every Day an Increase in Flesi
and Weight is Seen ani Felt.
Every drop of the RARSAPAKTLLIAN RESOL
VENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat, Urino,
and other Fluids and Jnlcen of the system the vigor of
life, for It repairs the wastes of the ti'Kiy with new anl
souud material. Kerofula. Svphili. Cotisuniptlou.
Glandular iliwase. Ulcers in the throat. Mouth, Tu
mors. No.'.i'ri:i theGlnudoanil other parts of the system.
Sore Eves, .trtimornus discharves irotn tho Ears, aud
the vorst "orm of Skin diMjae. Eruption. Fever
8ores, SraM Head, King Worm. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas.
Acne. Black Spots. Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Chu
eers in tho Womb, and all weakening and painful din
chaises. Niu'lit Sweats, Loss of Sperm aud all wastes ot
the life principle, are within the curative range of this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a lew days' use win
prove to any person using it tor either of these forma ui
disease its potent power to cure them. '
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes
aud decomposition that Is continually progressing:, suc
ceeds in arresttag these wastes, and repairs the same
with new material made frnm healthy blood aud this
the RARS.AF-ARILLIAN will and does secure a cure
is certain; for when once this remedy commences iu
work of purification, and succeeds.)!! diminishing tliu
loss of wastes. iLsrepairs-Wlll be rapid, and every iu
the paticn t wil 1 feel hiniseil growing better and stronger
the food digesting better, appetite Improving, and ltcu
and weight increasing.
Not only does the SAiSAPAitiiLua RsfOivcT exce.
ail known reoieillal agents in the cura of Chmnie.Mcro
tulous. Constitutional, and Skin diseases; but it is th
only positive cure for
Kidney Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb diseases. Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy,
Stoppage of Water. Incoutlueiice of Urine, Hright's Dis
ease, Albuminuria, uitd iu all cases where there ar
brick-d ut deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed
with substances Use the white of an egg, or threads llio
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, and when there is
a pricking, burning sensation when passing water, and
pain in the Small of the Back and along the Loiua.
Tumor of l'J Years' Growth
Cured by lladway's Resolvent,
perfectly ;asteles, elegantly coaled Willi sweet gum,
purge, regulate, purity, cleanse and strengthen. KsJ
way's Pills, for the cure ot nil disorders of the Stomach.
Liver. Bowels, Kidneys, lllauder. Nervous Diseases.
Headache. Constipation, Costiveness, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia. Biliousness, Bilious Fever, Inflammation of the
Bowels, Pi'e, and all Derangements ot the Internal
Viscera. Warranted to effect a poltlve cure. Purely
Vegetable, containing no mercury, luineralsor deleter!
A few doses of RADWAVS PILLS will f.-ee the -yi
tein from all the above named disorders. Price, 'A
Pit Box. SOLD BY DKUGCISTS.
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