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THE ATLANTIC HOTEL,
Remodeled and refitted by ROBERT D. OR A-
HA M, Esq., o f Mecklenburg County, Sorth ,
Carolina, is time open for the recent-
tion of (i nests. !
FOR THE SEASON OF 1S74, UNDER A
TLis Hotel is beautifully 6ituaied iinmedi-;
utely over the waters of the H.irbor, with a '
tine view of Fort Macon, Old Topsail Inlet,
and the Atlantic Ocean. The Tide flows
semi-daily under the Building, thereby pro- ;
moling cleanliness and cooluess, while tiies .
and mosquitoes are almost unknown. This
is the only Hotel so favorably situated on the
The building 'a so constructed as to render
il peculiarly desirable to those seeking health
THE ROOMS are commodious aiid accessi
ble to the sea bre:ze, with piazzas ou the
Sea-front, and dclightlul plunk walks, free
from sand and dust, for the enjoyment of pe
destrians. BATHING HOUSES, neatly tilted out on
an improved plan, are attached to the Hotel,
where guests can enjoy the refreshing sea
bath. THE SURF is one most attractive teaturc-s ;
of this justly celebrated Summer resort, and
former patrons will recognize a decided im- i
provement in the Commodious Dress'ug !
Rooms, conveniently located upou the beach. 1
A LAKE, inclosed uear the Hotel, will af-
lord facilities to guests who do not care to go
in the Surf, to batoe 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 fox tlxo
BROWN COTTON GIN CO.
R'S WEW STOREl
3 DOORS BELOW
I comeqience 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 OP
DRY GOODS. (XOTIIIMJ, BOOTS AND
SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
In Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, &c.
E" Give me a call aud examine my Stock, and convince yourselves.
Tarboro', N. C, May 5th, 1874. tf
HEIGH, 110 ! THE FURNITURE
LOOK TO YOUR
WOCLD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE NOW ON
hand the largest stock of Furniture ever offered to this market,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
CKT?JS CSii' ! -d : Wardrobe,, Bureau,
in ereat varieVv T . '.S'.Uradies. and and Mapl
Beadsteads, cheap. Walnut Towel
Rockers at 81.60 each.
All in want of Furniture wonld d
rsr ITNDKUTAKivn ,1 T.. C " "I""
TERMS CASH ' i:uaI
June Cth, 1874.-lm
An expert corps of Musicians will be in
readiness during the season to give zest aud
pleasure to the fleeting hours.
A First-Class Bar, Billiard Rooms, Bowling
Alleys, and a Shouting Gallery, is attached to
Yachts and Row Boats for Hunting and
Fishing parties, Fast Sailing, and well man
aged, can be had at any time to convey per
sons to sucli points as is desired.
A CROQUET GROUND has been arranged
for the the 119c of the Guests of the totel,
where all who deli-rht in this healthy aud
beautiful game may do so, Free ot Charge.
THE TABLE will be supplied with cverv I
...-;,. 1 . 1 . i ha ftxA at iVia ; 1 t .. II.,..!. . r I
the interior, besides Oysters, Escoilops, Soft
Crabs, Sea Turtle, Terrapins, Lobsters, and
every variety of Fish abouuding in the pro
lific waters of the Harbor and Ocean.
An abundant supply of lee has been provi
ded, which will be furnished our Guests, free
The subscriber having had much experi
ence (at home and abroad) iu Hotel keepine,
aud aided by competent and courteous Assis
tants, flatters himself by strict attention to
business, and with a corps of wull trained
aud obliging servants at his command, he will
be able to give entire satisfaction to U who
may patronize him.
TERMS : Per Day, 1:2.50; One W eek.
! Ca Z r Month'
ju.hu: two weeks, fo.UO; Three
ChilJren and Servants, half price. Special
arrangements with Families and Excursion
ists. All business communications should be
GEO. W. CHARLOTTE,
June 5, 1ST4 -2m. Proprietor.
THE COURT HOUSE.
only $1.25. Chairs
at $8.00 per dor.en.
v"" ueu,re purcnasing.
attenaea to with dispatch
..a '"w as aiuu. Al
Jas. E. Simmons,
Neuralgia, Piles, Headache,
Diarrhoea, ISoils, Soreness,
Lameness, linrns, strains,
Toothache. Sc.ilds, Wounds,
Kiiw Throat, Ulcers, ..raises,
Kh ravAiii is :n , li emorrhages,
A DAY GUARANTEED using r
WELL AUGER & DRILL i n good
territory. Endorsed by Governors
of IOWA, ARKANSAS 4 DAKOTA
Catalogue free. W.aiLI3,St,Louli,lI.
A fjSTCHOMANCY, or SOUL CIIARM
JT ING." How either sex may lascinate
and gaiu the love and affections of any per
son they choose instantly. This simple men
tal acquirement all can possess, free, by mail,
for U5c, together with a marriage guide,
Eeyptiau Oracle, D.p.uus, Hiuts to Ladies,
Wedding-Night Shirt,'&e. A queer book. Ad
dress T. WILLIAM it CO. Pubs. Piiiia. 4w.
Coughs. Colds, Honr&ciicss,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES.
WELLS' CAltBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists. 4w
SEND FOR THE
And Price List, Mailed Free.
100-Pieee French China Din
FRENCH CHINA AND. STONE WARE
GIVEN AW.1Y (almost). Tea, Toilet Sets
and every thing else same way. Call or send
for Catalogues. WASHINGTON HADLEY'S
6th Ave. and 12th St , N. Y. 4w,
LIYHGSTOXE IS DEAD.
For MO Years Millions have intently watch
ed his perilous yet heroic struggles, and
grand achievements and now eagerly desire
the Complete Lite-Historv of this tcorld-re-
noirned hero and benefactor, which unfolds j
also the curiosities and weallli of a wild and j
wonderful country. It is just ready. 2,000 i
agents wanted quiikly. Oue aent sold lst, ;
another 1VK! one tree;. For particulars, ad- I
dress HUBBARD BR( ).., either Phila., llos- 1
ton, or Cin., O. 5w.
Dr. Shnrp'f Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Voniitin:: of Food,
Sour Stomach, Water brash, Heartburn. Dow
Spirits, &c. In thirty-tive years never failintr
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold bv
druggists generally. VM HOW A RI), aireu:
for Tarboro", N. C. Depot, U.1 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
The Loiijr-eontcsted rink of th
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO,
, ainst the Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, ,
and tirover A Baker .Company, involvim:
i over :
j Is finally decided by the
' Supreme Cou.t of the United States
in favor of the FLORENCE, which alone
I lias Broken the Monoply ol High Prices.
THE NEW FLORENCE
Is the ONLY machine that sews backw:
iand forward, or to rinbt aud left.
! Simplest Cheapest Best
Sold for Cash onlv. Special Tcri'i-
CLUBS :.ud DEALERS,
j April, 1874. Florence, Mass
I " EDEOGRAPII Y " A new book on the art
! of Writing by Sound : a complete system of
; Phonetic Short-Hand, the shortest, most sim
: pie, easy, and comprehensive, enabling anv
j one in a short lime to report trials, speeches,
j sermons, fee. The Lord's Prayer is written
wit! V.) stroke of Ihe pe::, and 140 words per
' minute. The unemployed should learn this
; art. Price bv m:-i! .V) cents. Ayents wanted
i Address T W . EVANS & CO., !:!'. S. T:, M.,
: Phiia., Pa. )',v
j The Highest Medical Authorities of Lu-1
j rope say tbe strongest Tonic, Purifier and i
i Deobrtruent known to the meJical w;tM is
j r ii u u it n . i .
It arrests decay of vital forces, xtiaiistion
of the nervous system, restores viyor to tbe
debilitated, cleanses vitiated blood, removes
vesicle obstructions and acts directly on the
Liver and Spleen. Price $1 a bottle. JSO
Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St.. N". V. 4w
GAZETTEER , Mr'Kvr,,.
roiooKlias ever Lttn published of such
miirersal interest to the American reonle. It
aj peals to no particular class alone, but to all
classes; to men uuil worueu ot all professions,
creeds, occujmtions and political opinions
to Farmers, Lawyers, Business ilen, Me
chanics, Physicians, Politicians, Teachers,
tkndcnts, Manufacturers. Salesmen, men
of learning and men w ho can only read, to
old and youu;. All want it as a book of
constant reference, and to preserve for their
children and children's children as the onlv
couiplvtc and reliable work, showing the gi
gantic results of the tirst one hundred vears
j of the greatest republic the world ever saw.
a is not a luxury hut a necessity to every
v. ell-informed Anisricau citizen Agents make
S100 to f:J00 per month. Send for circular
SIEGLER & McCLRDY, Phila., Pa. 4w.
WATERS' (MCERTO ORGANS
are the most beautiful in style and perfect in
tone ever made. The Concerto Stop is the
best ever placed in any Organ. 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
ofthelluunn 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 tote. Suilable lor Parlor,
Church, or Music Hail. WATERS' NEW
SCALE PIANOS have ;rcat power and a fine
singing tone, with all modern improvements
and are the Best Pianos made. TheseOrgans
and Pianos arc waranted for G years. Prices
Extremely Low for cash or part cash, aud
balance in monthly or quarterly payment.
Second-hand instruments taken iu exchange.
j Agents .V anted in every County in tiie U. S.
! and Canada. A liberal discount to teachers,
! Ministers, Churches. Schools. Lodres. tn
Illustrated Catalogues Mailed.
HORACE WATERS & SON ,
481 Broadway, Kew York. BoxJo(u.
nil mj 9 iiuuuui w uiiyjit
TARBORO', N. C.
4 LL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
1. tended to. They now occupy their NEW
iAtsniAur, snurs. inquire for the New
Shops near Main Street.
Aug. 23, 187o. v
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 on application to
R. B ALCAZAR,
No. 53 Bearer St., New York.
References by percussion.
Messrs. Hobson, Ilurtado & Co.. Financin
Agents of the Peruvian Government. 52
Wall 8t. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres.
National City Bank, 52
Peruvian Consul, 26J
wan St., JN. Y .
8. C. Tracy, Esq.,
Broadway, N. Y.
l a I fa S I 1
FRIDAY. : : : : JUNE 19, 1874
THE CONFEDERATE DEAD.
ST FATIIKR RYAN.
Gather the sacred dust
Of the warriors tried and true ;
Who bore the ihg of our nation' trust.
And fell in the cause, thoush lost, still just,
And died for n:e and you.
Gather tliem each and all,
From the private to the chief,
Come they from hovel or princely hall
They fell tor us, and for them should fall
The tears of a Nation s grief.
Gather the coi psps strewn
O'er many a bill!e-pain ;
From many a grave that lies so lone ;
Without a name and without a stone,
Gal her the Southern slain.
We caie not whence they came,
Dear is their lifeless clay !
Whether unknown or known to fame,
Their cause and country still the panic
They died and wore the Gray.
Whenever the brave have died,
They should not rest apart ;
Living, they strug led side by side ;
Why should the hand of Death divide
A single heart from heart ?
uauier ineir scattered clay,
Wherever it may rest ;
Just as they marched to the blood v fray,
Just as they fell on the battle day,
Bury them bieast to breast.
The loemen need not dread
This sathering of tha brave ;
Without sword or ,i:i2, and with soundless
We muster on:e more oxr deathless d. ad.'
Out of each lonely grave
The fueman need not frown.
They aie powerless now ;
We oathrr them here and we lay them
And tears and prayers are the only crown
We bring to wreathe each brow.
And the dea.i thin meet the dead,
While the living o'er them weep.
And the men whom Lee and Stonewall led,
And the hearts that once together bled.
Together stilt shall sleep ! ,
(iiltl a bi
knave 5nl little honest
rr.en will worship him.
Why is a beefjtoak liki
account tivo r It s not of
without it's tender.
Why should a spider be
correspondent ? leeun?
a line by every post.
A contemporary cali
'Aits,' to show that he gets them
out of his own head.
All human virtues
strengthen by the
experience of them.
The current value of a woman in
Eastern Africa ia two cows. At
Niblo's it'aonly two calves.
The growing demand for three
masted schooners is because no man
can serve two masters.
Placards on the St. Louis street,
cars declare that ' This car can't
wait for ladies to kiss goo l by.
What is the most daring theft a
m?n can be guilty of?
Tak i r 2
chair at a rmblic merlin-
'I here is a sly fellow up town
who has laughed in his sleeve so
much that it hnd bocntne throa-U
An Irishman beiiig asked m court
for his certificate of marriage,
showed a Li scar on his head about
! the size of a small shnvp!
' i never jiet trusted for a
said a spendthrift, 'because I :
then feel as though J were in
over head and
A mother advised her daughter
to oil her hsir, and fainted flat away
when that damsel replied : 40h no,
ma: it spoils the gentlemen's veets.'
The nterior, Ky., Journal has
an edit r f q:ant intellect. At
least, he says he lias a calhagehead
four feet in circumference in his
She tied the haltev to her waist,
and led the cow to water; the brute
took fright, and gave a twist "My
daughter ! oh, my daughter !"
4 "vVhat are you doing there, you
rascal ?' 'Merely taking cold, sir.'
'It looks to me as if you were steal
ing ice.' Well, yes, perhaps it
will bear that construction.'
A gentleman has two canaries
which he calls "Wheeler" and
" Wilson." Ilia reason for these
appellations is that neither of them
are " Singers."
Whosoever has gone through
mucb of life must remember that he
has thrown away a ; great .. deal of
useless Uneasiness upon what
much wcrse in apprehension
Said O'Leary to his neice, when
she made objection to eating pota
toes alone during a stress of straight
tened circumstances: 'Then call
up your sister to help you.'
A young gentleman, who had
just married a little undersized
beauty, said she would have been
taller, but she was made of such
precious material that nature could
not afford it.
' Och " said a love-sick Hiber
nian, what a Vecreation it is to be
dying of love ! it sets the heart
aching so delicately there's no tak
ing a wink of sleep for the pleasure
of the pain.'
Why don't you give us a little
Greek and Latin occasionally ? ask'
ed a country deacon of a new ruin-,
istcr. "Why, do you understand
those languages ? No; but we pay
for the best and we ought to have
The Emperor of Russia is a hard
worker. He is occupied till late
every night. He goes hunting once
during the week, and frequents the
theatres only occasionally, and
then tor not longer than half
He will visit England next
His Rcsqlutions. ts,
Theodore Parker married, in
April, 1836, Miss Ltdi D. Cabot,
only daughter of John Cabot, - of f
JNewton, with, whom he had plighted
troth fiye years previously. The
following resolutions are entered irt
his journal on his wedding-day r
1. Never, except for the beat of
causes, to oppose my wife's will. "
2. To discharge all services, for
her sake, freely. -? " J
3. Never to scold." !
4. Never to look cross at her. -
5. Never to weary her with com
mands. ' wis.----.-
G. To pr omote her piety.
7. To bear her burdens. ' ;
8. To overlook her foibles-:
9. To love, cherish, and ever de
fend her. - L :-r
10. To remember .her 'always
most affectionately in : my prayers ;
thus Ood willing, we shall be bless
ed. . v.-..
Flies on Horses.
The Journal of Chemistry gives
the following simple; recipe for the
prevention of flies on horses : Take
two or three small handfuls of wal
nut leaves, upon which pour two or
three quarts of cold water ; let it
infuse one night, and next morning
pour the wboje into a kettle and
let it boil for a quarter of an hour.
Whcu cold it will be Gt for use.
No more is required than to mois
ten a sponge, and before the horse
goes out of the stable, let those
parts which are most irritable be
smeared over with the liquid, name
ly : between and Tipoti the ears,
the neck, the flanks, &c. Not only
the gentlemen and ladies who ride
out for pleasure will be benefitted
by this, but the coachman the wag
oner, and all others who use horses
during the hot months.
A Happy Home.
The family shculd be a commun
ity. To make it so, there must be
common interest.- Alaa for that
household where father's business,
mother's social cares, and children's
sports and pleasures are not shared
by each other. Then it will not be
strange if the expenditure is out of
proportion to the income, and if the
companions and resorts of the chil
dren are evil. Happy that home
where the cares and . joys are so
divided that the former are not op
pressive and the later are multi
plied; where hearts grow closer as
the years roll by, eo that the sepa
tions which must como to every
family are only bodily and therefore
A Doctor on Spiritualism.
Of all montal ailments none seem to
yield to treatment 60 reluctantly
as spiritualism. I have .watched
many cases of genuine spiritualism
but do not remember to have seen a
chronic case permantlv cured. I
, uae been ijpicai cases pass regu-
hrly through their successive
terminate in opeu insani
ty anu nave never oeen able to
mitigate the symptoms or avert the
result. Spiritualism is the most
uncompromising complaint with
which the psychologist is called "to
meet. No epidemic of modern times
compares witu it. It is a delusion
which has existed years, j nd
attracted m the United States aloae,
nearly three millions of people. Th
last census informs us that there are
m the republic 24,000 insane,
setting aside idiots; and it is bclier
ed that out ot this number 7500
cases may he traced directly to
spiritualism. The delusion does
not appear to he decreasing, though
fortunately its victims are now a'
most altogether from the vulgar and
illiterate classes, and scientific men
do not seem to be liable to the con
tagion. Medical Revieip.
A Virginia railroad was made to
pay $15 for killing a rooster. The
engineer sid he spoke to the gen-
tlemcn with the whistle as kindly
as possible, but when the fellow
dropped one wing on the ground,
raised one eye heavenward, and
commenced whetting his spur on
the rail, forbearance. . ceased to be
a virtue, and he lit into . him with
thirteen freight cars, and forwarded
him to the happy scratching-groand
by lightning express.
Out West, recently, a girl back
ed out of her marriage" engagement
when the minister got to the house.
The bridegroom wasn't one of the
broken-hearted kind. He turned
to the assembled ladies and said :
'If . there 'a any other , gal here
that'll occupy this vacant situation
I'm her'n.' Up jumped the sister
ot the lady who had declined to be
a bride, : 'Count me in. Proceed,
oia text snnger, with the perfor
mance; 1 ain't afraid.' And the
ceremony was performed to the
delight of the groom and company.
Cure for Chicken Cholera.
Make a strong decoction from rd
oak bark and as soon as jou dis
cover signs of the disease mak nr
your dough -with this tea, and give
juur luwis mree or :our times a day
rr i 11 . . J
n wej win not eat it, force it
down their throats. Continue to
:U r i i
ilu tuisior a weeK .antl jou
win booh perceive an improvement.
i nave icnown it tried several times,
and it always resulted in a cure.
L. 31. D. in Rural Meamger.
' How muchbetter it would have
been to have shaken hands ' and
allowed it was all a mistake,' i said
a Detroit Judge. Then the lion
and tho lamb would hare lain down
together, and white-robed peace
would have fanned - you with iier
wings and elevated 'you - with " her
smiles of. approbation. But no:
you went to clawing and biting and
roiung in tne mud, and here you
are. ' it'a 85 afcieee'-r
Linen colars are Vorn ' inneh wl
ider than formerly "
L. HIELBRONER & BRO
At our Store can be
PRim IW DOMESTICS A! MSS GOODS,
The finest stock of
BOYS, YOUTHS' .V?SI MENS'
ever brought to this market before. The latest
The best fitting1
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
The Brown Cotton Gin. j
The attention ofjplanters nnd others is aga'.n j
called to the above old and reliable make of
Cotton Oins. They are furnished this year '
greatly improved, and nothing which an ex- j
perienee of thirty veara in tlioir mimt. .
factnre could safest has heen left undone to '
yuaKe mem tne most reliable nd perfect Cot
ton Gin inmaiket. As the result of our
efforts we need only refer to their established
reputation and wide-Rpreadfpopularity. For
icnctwuu oi tTorKniansnip, istrengib, Dura-
bility, Light Running, and quantity and qual -
ity of lint produced, we challenge eorupeti-
tlon. 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 oxam-
iaation of the samples in the hands of our
local agents who will give all desired infor
mation and furnish applicants with circulars
and copies of coinmeudatorv letters from
parties using the Gins in ail sections of the
cotton planting- country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, tnav be obtained
of our agents or by addressiDo-
THE BKOWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pendkh & Jkskins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May 8th, 1874 ' jy.
II. T. COKER,
AGENT FOR THE
Celebrated. "Wheeler & "Wilson
Which SURPASSES all othpr M.inoc
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheep Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to $75.
Kg?" The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main,
Dec. 7, 1S72. ly
THE undersigned has taken the Agency i
for this section, for WM, E. TANNER j
& CO., of the '
Metropolitan Works !
,i op mcnnoKD, va. i
tte ;2! furnish any machinery of their make '
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinery, thereby saving much I
delay in correspondence and the expense of '
2 U"1?, !? .U,eir 8,,PS- Th Engines and 4
Baiv Mills built at these shops are gainin" ni j
favor with oar people every day. "
Pleasure will be taken in pointing out the
peenhar features aud advantages of these I
machiues. . II. A. WALKER.
i . Sup V Edgecombe Ag'l Works, " '
o.Sept. 13.-lf. Tarboro'. N C 1
M. HOWABD, ,
P 'R XT Gr Or x s
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
t. teO,, 4rO., SSfC. '
; Oppowt the Enquirer " Office,
TARBORO, N C.
I rrt .
a fine assortment
white linen Brown
FURBISHING GO Oils.
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUST
Bought Since the
rpflE rVDERSIGNED HAS JUST
turned from New York wi'h a large and well
Ores : Goods,
Swiss Muslins, Nain
sook, Victoria Lawns, Jaco
uet Cambric3,Viques,Liuen Lawns,
Hamburg and Cash's Standard Trimmings,
Hemstiehed aud Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Ties, Collars and Cuffs, in great
variety, Belts, Marseilles, Quilts,
Napkins and Table Cloths,
Gents', Ladies' and
Please give him a call before purchasing.
T. H. GATLIN.
Tarboro, N. C, April 27, 1S74.
fhe Great Cause of Human
in a Sealed Envelope,
A Lecture on the Nature, Treat
ment and Radical cure of Sem
irial Weakness, or Snermatnr-
induced by Self-Abuse. Involr.ntarr
and Physical Incapacity, &-c
.1. CULVEHWELL, M. O ,
Amhor fit tl,
oreen liook," Slc,
The world-renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
Self-Abuse may be effectually removed
without medicines, antl 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, on the receipt of six cents,
or two postage stamps. Address the Pub
lishers, CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, V.. O. Box 4Z8G.
Oct. 13, 1873. ly.
rPHREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
8torei thlrd door from the Court Mouse
Also two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO
! Tarboro', Feb. C, 1874. Y,
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
Will be disposed of on easy terms to respon
sible partiw, by r
H. A. WALKER,
f.et on ,liFoundry ,n Tarboro' N. C.
March. SO, 187. sm.
i,missious, luipotency, Jvcrvous Uebility
impeaimenis to aiarnase generally V
consumption, Apilensv. and Fils AI
TIIE GIIEAT REMEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand
aid preparation, as has been
proved by tho hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public
sanc tioned by the experience
of over forty years. "When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. "Wistar's
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
BETH W. FOWLE it SONS, Bortoa, Km,,,
Ana old by Druggists and Dcalcn generally.
R. R. R
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THS WORST PAINS
In from Ono to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
af:cr re a Ir.j this advertisement Mad any ou
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
R.YDTAVS HEART RELIEF IS A CXRK FOB
EVERY PAIN. ...
It was the erst and u
Tli Only rain Remedy
Itmt Inwsntly stop ih.- mo-t excruciating point, a!Uv
Inflammation, mxl curn t'ciice-nions, whether ot tb'
Limits. Htnmach. Hone la. or otber aland or orvani. bv
IX FROM OXE TO TWENTY MIXCTEH. .
no inatter how violent or excruciation the naln tka
KIIKI MTi Bei-ridien, Inflrm. Crippled. Kerrou?
Ni ural:.'lo, or jirostrated with d incase niay suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Wn.L AFFORD I.VSTAKT BASE. "
IXTLAMllATlOV OP THE KIDSEYsT-
INFLAMMATION Of THS SLASDKR
INFLAMMATION OF THK BOWELS
CONGESTION OF THK LtJKoa
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT PREATHINO URa"
HYSTERICS. CROVbWS' TH HEAIT-
HEADACHE, TOOTHArimCAIAERH' W.
COLD CHILLS. AGUES'0"' EUMATUM.
The sm.licaii.Mi or tbe Reu4y Rellerto th tutor
parts where me iiain or difficulty exists will afford eass
Twenty drops in half a tnmbler nf water wilt in a Tew
KI'.mSIi,,S.c.S.r1 CHAMPA SPASMA SOUR ftTOUACII.
J'ATRJJ. S1,,K HFADAOHE, DIARRHOEA
DSESTKRY. COLIC, Wl.ND IN THK BoWaUjj
ami all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers iinuld hIxiivk rarrv a bottle of (cad-,
way's Ready Keller with then. A lew deuu. In
wmer will prevent sieknes or pains from tiaBiw ol
water. It Is better iliau French Brandy or Bitten a a
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for flftr cents. There il
not a remedial afem in this worM that will run Fever
and Airue. and ail other Malarious BIloun, Scarlet
Tvplioid, Yellow, and other Fevers aided br RAI
J'S J!JLLS " Qaic " KADWAY g KBaDY t
LIEF. Fifty cents per bottle.
STRONO AND TURK KIOH BLOOD-JNCItEAgE
fLESH AM, WKUHT-'LKAR SKIN AM
BEALT1FLL COMPLEXION 8ECCRBD TO ALL
D Rd RADWAY'S
THS GREAT FLOOD PURIFIER.
il .S MADE TIIE VO r AcTf).VKHINfJ CURES- SO
W'.K; Ts:' KAI'1J ARE THE UHANUKS, THE
HODY L'NDERiiOES, UNDER THE INFLUENCE
TUAr'US WVUi iSIEBKrL MEDICINE.
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
and Wete is Seen and Felt
Vfi'S1"' ,1r"p 'ho "AIlSArA RILLLlK RE80L
ENTeii:iiiiiiiiiit'ates through the Ul'iod, Sweat. Urlaa
and other Fluids and liiiL-esol ihe vd the wigor ol
life, lor it repHirs die wastes of the body with new and
Kouiirt maieriaL. Serotulu. Svolii:fci. Cowamption.
OIuihUiI.h ilisease. Ulcers in tlie ihrtait. .Mouta, Ts
mors. N. .'"in iheGiatidsiuid other arts of tiiesysteoi.
Sore E. .. Sirumorv.;." tlinchark't-s iroin the Ear, iu
The v.oi-.-it inits ot Skin di.-saws. Emptlous,
tfore. Seahf iieud, Kini; Worm. Suit Rheum, Ecji-slpeui.
Ac:ie. ll!a k Spots. Worms in the Flesh. TifE, Oan
ecrs in the Womb, and all weakenintr u uuuful tU
chani. Nii;ht hweais, Iossof fpertQ aua aAiwatlaa at
the lite principle, are within ihe Oiiuttru iTuu ol this
wondc.- ot ilodern CDemUtrv, ud tn day7 luvawDl
prove Many person using it o either ol titu&t futUM Ml
diea-o Its potent power tiuw then. . . .
li the j iiient, dly ,,inlBa reduced bv las wsIo
and uecomposltion l'.n. eonlmually preursssioi, suc
ceeds in si rest jit, iae-s wastes, and repairs th sauts
me n.t!..-t r&niijiiiA win ana uoes I
m cenmii; lor when once this remedy eomuunccs tu
work of punKesUnn. and ancceedajit dlmiuillthv
lossnf n acres, its repaira will be raphl. aud av-s-y 4a
the iiatient wiiileel hiiusulf Krowlns '""'T altnittrr-irrr
the IihmI di'estins belter, appetite ""I'Tuf iVi. sitd tiVU
and tvenrbt iiicruaslutr.
Snl only Uoes the tsns4esitiufc ssu.tctV
all known remedial asntsinthc&UraoUhMknia, isspo.
tuhius. iNintitutional, and S4ii iV.wmininiiT U M th
only positive sure for
Kidney f Bladder Complaint
Urinary and Tf.mh dlseapca. Gravel. Diabetes. Drossy-,
Sioppiureot Wuti-r. 1 ie:o)itiueuccof Urine, BrwUi's Dai .
ax-. A'buiiii.iuri-t, Kini in ail cases waters) llws bra
brick d irt lepwiiH. or the water is thick, cloudy, lulled
witIi sulistanees hse Ihe while 01 aneirg, or IhrtaMS Uk
n tine Mlk. .r there e a morbid, dark, billu appear
niit-e. and white bone-dust tieposita, aiid ,'eu l&ere la
a pnvl.iHi(, burning sciis&riou win.'ii naisf water. aii
pam in the femall of the Back ai alaiui tiUA.
Tumor cf l'J Years Growth
Cured by Ktulioay'a Ccstaltvnf,
OR, RADVVAY'Q ,
perfectly .asie'evi, k.Htly csttxl with twtsi rum.
purire, reirulstc. puritv, depute aud strena-tawn. Bad
way's fills, lor tl cure uf so ii txorOar ol the Stomach,
Liver. Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Mervous Diseases,
llcad-iolie. CoustiuaiKia. tstiveuess, IndieeMlon, Dys
pepua. Biliousness, Billons Fever, iHrtaaiination of IAa
Kowels, files, and ail DerHiweuienis ot the internal
Viscera. Warranted inenev( a oMlv cum. lurel
Veeeiable, cumauiiu uo uiL-rcur,iiiiue,atsurdeieurt
A tew do of RADWAY'S HLL3 w!!l fre ths tn
lem from all the above nanel dUurders. Price. a6 eeu
per Box. MOLD BY DuUiiiUJiTi
READ ' FALSE AND TRUE." fend on WtMt
stamp to BADWAY A CO., Ko. ttrn W,, Nw
or) In I urination worts) Ihousaads wUl a seat yo
SEHD STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
FLUMMER, LEWIS &CO A
Jl C, lSW.-Jy. - - Tarfeoro',