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THE'' ATLANTIC HOTEL,
5 Nciralsiii, I 'ilcs, llciaacne,
g Di ii rlioni. Ioil, Soreness,
'J t anoint. IJurn;;, Sprains,
'VwiwJK'. Scalds Wounds,
Throat, I' k-rs, Braises,
. IS n....l.imlC
1 " i'.tc.
JULY 17, 1874
asyA DAY GUARANTEED using or
WELL AUGER & DRILL! n good
territory. Endorsed by Governor!
of IOWA, ARKANSAS &DAKOT. !
CiUIcgus fcos. W. 0ILE3, St. Louis, Ka.
For the Enquirer-Southerner.
SHE HATH DONE WHAT SHE
T.Y LELIA LEE.
Coughs, Colils iloarseness,
AND ALL TIIUOAT DI5KASES,
WEl.LV eAIMSOLIC TABLETS,
l'UT I T ONLY IN ELUE liOXES.
A TRIED AND CURE REMEDY.
Sold bv Drussists. -tw
. J.y j-ro
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HAM, i:s.j.,o jLJJu: t ..'.'.', A
(Woiiifi. .' ir c, ' .'' i''v
Dtr. TfiE SKA5-"OK OF 1 :-!, l'-i''F.
, i : w man.m; i i n s i .
:iti!v (vt-r th- wa'ci.-j t!; ii .si-..r,
tim- U-w of l-'ort i.:rrn. -t 'if:
and lh- AtK'ntif ..!!- 't'i: '
somi-claily inwier lb'- ivuKiin, :h,
luoiinc i-'.cnii i: ii-.-r- :u;i.l ic-o:!-,;'.--,
ntltl lu(i:t!!i"n- ::;'0 V.:'!.tU
i-: t lit Oilly iln'.i'; f ' i'.'- .:" ':
The !ui!!;;:- i - ' ':;..:;:.:..:
it jH'C-uli.irlv d -ir.v.:. l- ti:--.-.--- -i:-:! ;!:
T1LC UOOMS;i!V(.-n!:i!..-!i.. -i.d
We to tho I, re v. till j.-..:.:.i -i: th
L'.i-IVon!, ;it;d ;'.'!::;:;t!::' r'.ui'.; t:
from sand .hk', li:.-t. ! ir tU v'.- t
rATIIiNi: iiU-.KS v..-,; -y : o;.r ::
;tu iinj:r')Vv-d r.- .-rtaeJ.eii fo Jiso .
wln-ro cncsf.- e.:t! i : ; v : !u' r; ; i - :
b.itli. THE SlTUr is c::v ::-: itiu;e:ivc ;. .;ti:r -of
this ju.t!y n'lei .r.;: e. MiMian- h-its. ::&
former jutron iv';!! ree-.'f.i;:o ;: 0.-.-f-!v!- v! v.".
provcmenJ in the t'vl.r.io.ir,... Pr.v-':-
Itooius, (,n inieuily loeat'.'d a; O'l ;he 1 -.h!:.
A LAKS, iae'o--e..l ntr.r th.- Kn-..-!, v.;:: '
lord fa-ilities to quests v. h do : : a- e to o
iu the turf, -o l ame :-v.. Icira ::.e art et
TUi: BALL BOM h;; iee!i . -::;-u-.tetI .
over the water, on li.e .sea-front of th-.' ii-te'.,
tiuviug a suspension roof y.is." feet c. er it.
40 feet liiirh, ud sjilcudid vie .e of t!f iiali
Room is had from t!u- I'iaziM or fia'Vri: s.
The ia!l ltoom Villi he liirh-e-.! a it:; red
.Mica Dctlooti.:-' Cli.iudelieK.
An ex; 'it (i';ts oi Miisiei.uis 1 e m
readlm ; s !:tris!tr tl-.e season to :';ive zest and
pleastise to :hc :leetiar hours.
A Hvst-C'as- liar, idlO;rd ilo i;s, llowli;:
Alii v-, iti.il a f i'o i ( rv. i a'.trteheil to
Tlie woik of a life hath ended :
Forth, towards tlie "olden shore,
A soul hath tied and Wended
With the millions "gone before."
(inly a woman's burden laid
From a tired heart in an open grave !
And what va he'- woik? U'hai. hath she
As the days ut her life their bnef course
t nil .'
" Niit much." says the careless beholder.
" Of trifles, her life was a chain.
Her acts should have been greater bolder
'I'he world's comuieiifhilioii to ain :
"f is but 1-y ureal acts e claim,
Fiitraiice to t!:e halls of fame."
.in : wen : mayue so yei iiiie lived nut m
If, o: one human heart, she hath e ii'.tenl or
" Xot much ' maybe: 'twas only
In lowly, hidden spheres
She found her lif-work waitiits :
To cheek sad inouruer s tears
To hide her evei y iirii-f, that she
Mieht iive to others symj'.nthy.
A lively Hotel.
Tlim-ft is a. hotel in-" San. Francis-
co under the sole management of
tho fair sex. From the proprietress
to the hall girl, from the bartender
to the boot black, all connected
with the establishment are women.
The portresses are muscular Ger
mans, who handle the most mam
moth "Saratogas" deftly and
easily, while the clerk is a hand
some brunette, parts her short,
black ringlets on one side and
makes bright repartees to the jokes
of the drummers and traveling sales
men who largely frequent tho house.
Tho. li-irtemlcr can make a cocktail
quicker and bettor than any other
in the State, and drinks herself
cverv time fche it asked to, which,
on nu average, is about fifty times
a day. "We may also add that the
landlady is fair, fat and forty has
already received offers of hearts
and hands of more than four hun
dred of her some time guests but
she is still in the market.
Iron in the Blood
At our Store can be
a fine assortment
IV. Sharp'? Speeilie cures Dyspepsia, ldver j
Complaint, Constipation, Vomiting of Food, j ht
Know ve how
Lath darkened her
F..-W T vas or il'iiiila and
I i-h".;' , au'.e-. IV. Sailing, and well iiia;.
itred. cut ! c had at r.-.iv time to eo;;ve p-r-au
to s.:eh i vints a-- : i!'. sire;'..
A Cl'i' 'Ql' F.T t.llOrX! has hi en r.rr.mci d
far tlie the U-:e id' the C'.e-ts oi the hotel,
wh.re id! v.-ho deih:hr ia this lualthy :aid
! , .:-i;'.!l ;;sme may d -. Free of Citartre.
'i'liP. TAhtl.'.C will I'e su!i;died i:h c ery
a':i.e- to ! lottfd at the tir-:-t!a; - Ii.:e!s of
the i:..e!iT. i e.-:-'..- ;ers, Kst-.-.:--.-', toil
Crah.. ri.-.i Tur'.l-, Tetrapius, he! ..-vs, at:d
everv v.: e ty tji at-nuudirc in tho pro-
e tiarhor and Oeean.
;'-ni of lee ha? bee u provi-
'e l:!-!iished o;;;- (lae-.s, free
d. d, witiclt
had r.iaeh e;
; j ' :: n ; -er i: .
::.,'. ,;t,!ed by ii.l; ; le:it and eoar.oous Asl--ia;:-.
s, ihitte:.- hitssselt hy strict ntteritiott to
!e.-;i: and v:-ii a . rr''- ( f well trained
a:.d oia.Lii'- crv.r.t at hh comuiaud. he wl;l
he a'de i o l i n; a e - ::':-.tv. to ail who
la iy : r hit;:.
Vr'i'.M-:-!' -r Dav, ; Oae Week,
:;-:.V : ,
e!,-, ;-:Mt: l'e-. Weeks,
sour otomaeii, a.ter orasu, liearumrii, i;i j naian-, uun ;ut-t uiiii; .-u!j;jnu- nu-Sp-iriis,
ite. In thirty-live years never failim: I part ?
to cure ;he most oitinate eases. Sold hy ,
druesists f:euer;i!y. VM 1U)VA1I, ajjent Here, a kind word by her st' l;en,
tor Tarhoro', X. C'! Depot, l h" Eighth tt., i There, a bright smile she let fall ;
X. Y. Circulars mailed ou application. 4w j Here, of sweet regard, a token
A!i ' ves, inese were trines ait,
200 PIASOS iiul (miYSS
Xew and Scfnd-U.tnd, of First-Class Mak
ers, will he sob! at bower Priees for ea- h, or
on Installments, or for rent, in Cny or
Countrv, durie.ir this month, by HOltACH
WATERS & SON, No 4-U Hroadway, than
ever liefore o'dered in New York. Specialty :
riano.s ami t.)raus to let until the rent mon
cv pavs the price ot the Instrument. Illus
trated Catalogues mailed. A lar;;e iJiseonnt
to Mlni.-ters, Churches, Schools, bodies, etc.
Tho Highest Medical Authorities of Eu- j
rone sav tltc t'.ioietest 'J'oiiio, ruritier and i
Hut oceans grand of drops are made,
And her hie-vnek mid ' iritles " laid.
i et ttiose simple
men from sin.
Through Ristht's pearly porta!
fei tin. "
1 words v.oed htroti
lie leu wee
mm m mm mm.
Oiieti seemed the future dreary,
' Fiatleied oft " the tired feet,
L'ut, iti weil-doin?, never weary .
Love tasks done with patience sweet
To-day, hie ebbed out with the si.'. -The
folded hands' hisi act. is ih.iie
Deohstruetit known to the medical world is j ' She hath dot e what she coul i; urh
27 Wr 'ST VP 3,1 m :3 above the still breast,
tP 9j Jk . M JLd MJ0 P. ; ovr her erave breathe a pravcr and t,. th,
It arrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion j leave tin?
. Mlt pr
..-;ief ; iL.teUt.h ..UOtlS should 1 P.
- - .; t"
I. l'i . V.'. ( iiAP.l.OTTF,
. :,, 1-1 -'liu. l'roprietor.
ot to nervous system, res'.ues v;eor to tt,e
debilitated, cleanses vitiated Wood, removes
vesicle obstructions and acts directly on the
Liver a-ad Spleen, lhice fl a bottle. JXO.
O. KELLOGtJ, IS 1'Iatt St.. X. Y. -lw
AVING removed to their ILtbdsome Iscw 3rick St
to 11. II. Ait-tin
V. 0 :
Old Stand, boir Leave to announce to their
friends and the public generally, that- tlt'-y hav
largest and best assortments oi Ooo t ; .-
which they will cficr at prices that
o r.r'W on liar
. ;:.-red to tins inav:et, and
Their Slock c'.s: of a r.r.-.u
a 'a w
suitable foi MEN'S. Y
Av.vrsrr i ;i
i-i u in! i-i y
uAiLlilijtili rvsriiu m aths.
No liook has ever been published of sueh
itiiirtisii! in!,-,; to the Ameriean people. It.
anoeals to no j.jri'cular c!a.-s (?'. -, but to a!!
tiitssei; to men and w euien of all pro.'-.vsion-,
creed ', occupations end political opiuion
to Farmers, Lawyers, Business icn, Me
chanics, Fhysieiatis, I'olitie'.au-, Teachers,
Students, Aianulacturers. S.i!e.-uien, nfea
et learning and men who can uniy read, to
old and votintr. -Ml want it as a tok of
roti taut reference, and to preserve i'r their
chihlrcn and child! en s cLnare:: as tje on:y
eomph-tc and reliable work, shuwin:- the tri
Cn!e results oi the iirsl one handled years
of the trreate-t repnhiiethe world ever saw.
It is not a luxury but a ncec.-.-hy to every
well-informed Anierieau citizen Agents make
sioi) to :;tu per mouth. Send for circular
SIEt.LEU ec McCUHDY, Phlla., I'a. 4w.
LIVIXGSTCAE IS DEAD.
AiTcctitig iglit Ij.irrds iji tiors.
A spirited youth .(hie d-ad drunk.
The wotting -man's fa voiite dish
Look out fur the comet. Thcr.'
by hangs a tail.
A Lebanon (Ky.) gent, in ardent
ly greeting a long-parted wiiV, btvke
one of Iter ribs.
hen tho i'orte becomes sr in
tulerant as to suppre.s the Bible,
it is anything but Sublime.
-1 bootblack's fat iter says- he
never enjoys himself more than
when he sees the son shine."'
a golden calf.
tor :;t) cars Millions have mUnthj watea- Manv a rich man in brin"-rn nn
ed his perilous vet heroic strnj-les. and I . . V "l-u l'1"0"1oBP
L'rand achievements and now entcrhi desire ! M3 S-jU, seems ambltiOUS 01 ranking
the Complete Life-History of this wW-re- i what .laron made
Mimvtl hero and benefactor, v. hieh unfolds
a!o the curhxitle aa 1 we dili tif a wild and i i . , , ,
wonderful country, u is jvu read.,. -.eti i! oveiy other man m lricansas
o-mu't transit r;tuc:::. Ol.e asrent sold j WUS a ' ' Cu'lOtiel " ' "Lefoi'O this ht.st
auoiaer law one ir, xo: p.u unn uv :;u- : tt f ;ij
uress in uiuw,!' J-.' 'o., i-ieivr i n.i i.. i.h.- '
Bayard Taylor seems to have
made a lasting impression on the
Egyptians when he visited them
twenty years ago. During his re
cent visit there one of the native
hangers-on of the Khedive's palace
said to him : " You were here a long
while ago ?" " Yes," answered Mr.
Taylor. Twenty years or more?'
' Yes.' ' And there was a gentleman
with you a German, I think V
' Yes.' ' And you hud trouble with
the men who went up the Pyramid?
Yuti went to yonder village and had
the iqpii punished V' ' Yes.' 'And
there w as a boy who carried a water
bottb', ami the Sltekh of the village
told him to bring cotFee for you, and
there was no coii'oo at first; and the
Siiekh gave the boy u slap, threw
him out the door and told him not
to come again until he brought it V
'Yes weii'r' '1 was that boy,'
gaid the hanger-on naively.
Youxt; Women Keeiung Ac
counts. ' My daughter keeps my
farm accounts, sir ; and she is as
systematic and particular as ever
my son was, who kept them before
he left home. tell vou it does
"iris ' (and he might have added
boys also) ' good to give them some
responsibility, and set them to
watching titines about the farm and
household. They learn, I find,
economy by it, and soon discover
that their old father is notnecessa
rily, a crabbed old curmudgeon,
because he doesn't loosen his purse
string whenever they see something
they happen to fancy; for they dis
cover the real reason why the purse
should not be opened.' So said a
progressive farmer, a kind, apprc
ciative, and proud father, and a
big-hearted man on general princi
ple. What he said is worth rccor-ilinsr.
Tlie finest stock of
YO! ITJIS' V7V 1
ever brought to this market before. The latest
The best rittinr-r white linen Crown
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
ivith the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalising
Agent, Iron in the bloGtl, and
cures "a ihousand ills," simply
by Toning up, Invigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
?'ic?ied and vitalised blood jter
mcates every part of Van body,
repairing damages and. waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhcea, Boils, Xervous Affections,
Chills; and Fevers, Humors,
Loss . of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tlie Kidneys . ana
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad slate cf the blood, or ac
companied by debility oraloxo
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 ?; an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands Jiave been dianqed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and tvomen; 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. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
S'o. 1 Milton riace, Boston.
Sold by Decocists cistBAttr,
will a stranger d no--v
ton, or C'iu.,0.
and DO Y S
Hate & Caps, Cl-eiit Find
iiisliing -eoils Mtion
:eape,rirts aad l--aler- iu
now an oooni:'-itv -f oh
de manure in SMALL (lit
Special A tt i:'-y jn-t e -pnrpes.-
id' detivcrintr (i n
.lano t-i e'ln-uniers at aay
r rail w ay stat i"n .n t he cue ;
alar- en in ' h el . a;r ; a
ii. i'.Ai.'. ... o.
j No. ." licav-r St., Nh w Ye k.
j Ki-fen-nces by in-rriissio;!.
1 ii --rs. iioli-on, llurtado iV: Co., Fiuaneia
i ."..'.!:! oi me. I'cruvir.u t,overhiiici:t, - i
I Wall N. Y. i
1 A i-.Mi ". ! .-. .
Fertilizer- h e.
tainiirr thi- :
LA Kl, E l.O'i .
bv appll:e.' t.
tablih. i !; t.
nine 1'cr::-. i
! ed tree ;t U-
ll tie :m i
Ax Old Use for Hammers.
'I remember,' sas a correspond
ent, 'that when I was very young
they used to raise blisters with boil
ed hammer.-. Old Dr. Twitchell of
Kcene (;: ac to his ashes!) once
f i wati'en t bh--c-r s...ia- ;.e in a farm-
i -rriekon J J'i- '"' -. ''in t:Oi;.e. lie asked
of iiiV," e.v.',i i his wii'e t a bi i..g hi'.i a hammer.
w wimt oh! :,.r,, j,, j,. ! me a:-t;c;' w as unuignt out, put in
a tea ko'tb: os.-r ;he fire, and after
. tite water .steamed and bubbled well
when he travels in that St:
il?V')i i.; t lit:
e lifted it out and gently touched
The .it: ill
;iis forii.ii'u s tlie rotirintK: witn ... it- ......... :.. .. i...ir t
' pfacttcai : it is s,aid that tlie ! ,.n r.r -;th
I .j.-,.., ii. o... j, mill
OUij'a i,'Uc;li-.-i oi Ji.Ulili.'tir"U St.
with a slight Tartar accent. To
her fond husband that accent must
seem the very cream of Tartar."
For the handsomest Prints, go to II. Morrh Ilro.
Tor tho nandsomest Dress Goods, such as Poplins, Greuedines, Lenos, Al
pacas, Lawns, Picques, &c, .Ice., go to II. Morris & Pro's.
For tho best fitting and best styles of Clothing, go Id II. Morris ic Pro's.
For a handsome Xew Spring Stylo Silk Hats, and Various other Hats fir
Men, Youths, Boys, Children, Ladi-ws et;d Misses, go to II. Mori is ft
-In Iowa paper heads its notices
I y'1i'-'''"V1'x' y'C'' N;lt'"'::l! Ci!y i5auk' ;V- j of marriages and deaths, ' arrivals,'
! s. e'.1' Tracy, Es'i., Pcruvioi Cou:-ul, s'.hi ; ' conuection,' and 'departures,'
! Droadv.ay, X. Y. March, tio-aui. ! and an anti-uionojiol v naorr corns
t x 11
1? ! rmnru n r nn j plains that they sound too much
ill i1 nSr:&'' Ar I rl 1 1 lilie rili'roa terms, and suggests
iht lit lie 0011 IV lllllM '.r.r.mted,' 'grafted,' and 'harves-
3" a rarCTrt p.j
Gunnybags duniied Smith for the
amount due on account, and Smith
a ll kind-of repairing promptly at-, wrote, saying Gunnvbags must let
1 i. tended to. '1 hev now oecupv their X FAV , , " , ? ,
carriage snot's. Enquire for the New j the account stand awhile longer.
sh:.ps near Man street. i Gtinnybags wrathily replied that ho
An- :::!, Is,:;. ly , , - , . . ,.
nuuiuii i. iiii'u ita it i no, ie
tortel Smith, and Gunnvbags was
madder than ever.
If you wi;nt a fair of Clothe-; made to your
chant Tailoring in all Its IlFiiiiclies.!' suuaee & itiught
A good lit always guarant:-od. Garments cut at short notice. Call and
examine our inimen.so stock of
CLOTHS, CASSDiEHES, L1XEXS,
suitable for tho season.
WHITS DUCK SUITS
DOUBLE BREASTED WHITE VESTS,
of the handsomest patterns, in endless variety.
Don't fail to call and examine our Goods
and prices before piuehasiiifj; elsewhere.
Ho MoiTis & Ilro
Tarhoro, Mav tub, 1871.
llilil. i!0 !
mgWTs?e3Kgi?m!t xtgHftiJA. waay
i?iViTiif)i, mmi) ?
'0 YOUR INTEREST!
I WOULD 11 IIS P 11 C T F U L L Y IXFORal THE PLlBLItJ THAT I HAVE X0YV OX
I hwl the largest stock of Furniture ever offered to this market.
My assorlnif t.t
, My aw'tnift.t consihis iti pait of V.'altmt and Popular Vi'ar.l robes. Bnreasx. Washstands,
Center, Jlxt-usi-m m,d Leaf Tables, Writing Deks, J radios, and Walnut and Maple Chairs
m orp.-.t variety. Ttin la.est styles of iValtmt Bedsteads, as low as .12 00. Also Maple
Beadstcads, cheap. Walnut Towel Racks for only 1.2 . Chairs at ?8.f!) per dor.ea.
Rockers at o each.
All in want of Furniture would do well to call on me before pan-basin.'.
T I'T V S ''v'-'l ,A K,NU' al' braz,clies' at-tP,aied to with dispatch.
Jas. E. Simmons,
Juue 5ib, 1874.-lm I"itt Stroo Tarboro', 3XT. O.
Have received upwards of FIFTY FIRST
PliE.MIL MS, and are anions the best now
m ade. Every instrument fully warranted for
live years, i'rices as low as the exclusive
use of the very best materials and the most
thorough workmanship will permit. The
principal pianists and composers, and the
piano-purcnasina; public of the South espe
cially, unite in the unanimous verdict of the
.-iioerioiity oi tie; STIEFF PIANO. Tlie
DCHAlili.lTY of our instruments la fully
estalilished by over SIXTY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES in tho South, usin,' over tJOO of
Sole Wholesale Agents for euvcral of the
principal manufacturers of Cabinet, and l'ar
ior Organs ; prices from 50 to SHOO. A lib
eral discount to Clergymen and Sabbath
A laree assortment of second-hand Pianos,
at, prices raniii from 75 to :J00, always on
Send for Illustrated Catalogue, containing
the names of over 2,000 Southerners who h ive
liouLda and are usin; the Stietl' Piano.
CHAS. M. STIEFF.
Warer-ooms, No. U North Lilicrty St.,
BALTIMORE, M. 1).
Factories, t' l A sc. Canjden St., and 45 ts 47
Ferry St. June :J,-tr.
La Pierre House,
V, ROADWAY k ZIGRTII STS.,
rTIl IS is a desirable House for hnSiness men
i or families, beinfrj?- clans, elegant and
central. Parties who can appreciate a yood
luMe will find the " La ITkhke " THE House
to stop at iu Xew York. Board and room :)
per day. Rooms $1 per day.
C. U. ORVI3, Proprietor.
July 130, 1S73. y
TERRELL & BR0 ,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Kcar the Bridge,
Tlie Danker-, a sect d" German
jatitists, htive decided m their n ac
tional con veiition th it no member of
that church should keep a piano or
other ungodly instrument of sound
in his house. A Dunker family
would be a good place for boarders
of quiet tastes.
A stuttering broker in New York
lately asked another, who had a
bald pate, why his head was like
h-hash in a b-boarding house. Tlie
disgusted friend, on admitting that
ho didn't knew, was informed that
'twas because ththeres a h-haiv
h-h-here and th-there.
A woman who was baptised re
cently lost her back hair in the
briney wave. Her husband believ
" Religion never was designed
To make our pleasure less,"
fished out tlie appendage with a
iioop pole and dried it on the rocks.
A correspondent, who signs him
self " J. Male Animal," writes to
the IN'cw York Herald : "Not lon
ago I paid o, including gloves, to
see Nilsson at the Mcademy of Mu-.
sic, but regret to add that great
was my disappointment, for, instead
of " Mignon," all I saw was "chie
non. Some years ago a man in England
who was very thin exhibited him
self as a living skeleton. He made
much money in this way, and a3 he
grew rich he became fat, until
several years after his retirement
from the show business he was as
fat as he had formerly been lean.
Lately having spent his fortune, he
attempted to again reduce himself
to a skeleton, with the intention of
the show business, but he died from
exhaustion soon after reaching the
very positive effect. IJuiied ham
mers -were, for many years, used in
that neighborhood for pleurisy; and
every old lad)- kuew nothing was
equal to a hammer; and there was
a long dispute whether it should be
a claw-hammer or not. I think the
years finally conquered.
Remedy for Sore Throat.
Take one largo red pepper, such as
are grown for family use : steep in
half pint water, after which strain
in a quart of molasses, adding a lit
tle vinegar ; boil all together to a
thin syrup ; use this whenever the
throat feels dry or disagreeable ; if
it be in dead of night, it will soothe
the throat (and not irritate) and
warm it up well. If sharper than
can be borne in the mouth, put it
back near the palate with a spoon
and swallow ; apply outwardly a
thin slice of salt pork, warming it
up well in vineger and pepper; ap
ply as hot as can be borne on the
throat ; fasten the bandage that
holds the pork over the head, to
draw tho cold and iDflamation up
and about the neck, as most people
Gen. Joseph Iiooker is credited
with saying that he is prepared to
show that the heaviest grab Gen.
B, F. Butler ever made was while
he was in command of the negro
troops on the James river in Virs
ginia. He says that Butler issued
orders at that time requiring all the
officers and men of the colored
regiments to leave their money at
his headquarters to be taken care
of. When a man was shot, Iiooker
says, the money left with Uutler
was never heard of again, and he
estimates that the latter made at
least a million dollars in this way.
" Let's Git." The other day
an aged couple drove into an In
diana city just as an undertaking
firm was moving into an old church
which had been purchased for a
shop. The old gentleman stood up
in his wagon, his mouth and eyes
distended, as the men silently car
ried coOin after coffin into the
church. At last he turned to his
awe-stricked half and gasped, 'Sary,
by golly, it's the cholera ! Let's
" How much are these tearful
bulbs by the quart " asked a maid
en of a Fulton market grocer, the
other morning. He stsred at her
a moment as if bewildered, but soon
recovered himself and bluffly said,
" Oh them inyuns ? Twenty cts."
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
i. IHRH & Ma
L iBpr.r ?"' jr A av-aif is. . y e; vihssSti :
u '4 O k- u o u '
RAD WAY'S READY h-.LiL?
In from Cno io Tver.ty Minute?.
uo" cun. hour
a'ter r-a 'In", i'e-i r)dTrToci,n:cr:t i!OC--l nny on
! rFFK.t WITH PAIN".
i:a:i.vavm r,::.Dr t'JvI.tff is a rv&r. f3
j : r. a v IAIN.
't . .'a' a: -1 .lilt 1.-1
'ICii Oril.- r-'rtlii 5Ifcitiily
ijTMe ae:?7 - -- ee :
ta.tane':r- e a;
I.e-.--. :-'.-;e a :.. i . v ,
one ;t,a a;-.;.;- a.
i"i inr'cr la - a a . r i.'rnciiilln!; th.' tn'.a tt
. itni-a .-rAi . ia ; aiaea, ia:a-;a, irrippif i. ..rvju-i,
i . laalaa.', .-r yi- e-.raa'u '.villi aiioasa irjai-uiTer,
J f2ADVAY'0 READY RELIEF
! V.-JLL ArrOR7 INSTANT EASS.
IXFLAJIJiAiioN Oh' TH?: KILSKYS.
I.VFf.AMMA't'iOX OF THE ELA3I1ER.
INTLAMVATtON OF T'-iB l.OWKI.S.
' COX.-.F.STIoN OF THE LUX.iS
I ro:: throat, eiffioi-i.t hkhatiiimi.
1'Ai.lMT.v: niS OF TilE nEAKT.
i itrsTrmcs, cr.ovp, wiTur.Ru.
i CA.A.aiil, IXFIaUEXZA.
i nr.ADAcnr, TOOTirAr-'TT:.
! .N'HlTt U.CIA, EHEOTATISjr.
j cot.T) r,irLi.s, .cm euu.i.s.
i'tie raaieat ee? 'e"Oie ICc:i:t v Ktl-rto tto pnrt or
,n as v. ia-: ? Le ;::; ei- ia:iua;.;v cxidts will all. r.l ?usu
t eariii:e.in'-' c:ea--. i;!l:e.-
'ene. tieas. vheri i ill.:
...r. r il.'iiul.. ar ..t a-ai-. !.-
... 1 a. as v. ae; ;1 ;.a; ei- niau.-ua v cxidts wan uii.tr.i tusc
BIG BREAK -IB PRICES i !
MARKET GREATLY BE-
mSPRMG GOODS JUST
I'VSiiNTKTiV. o ', V !.: l'i TTIK BOWEl-S.
aa a .ei : u, i m:n-.
I:a.--a- -i.-e :e as e-ry f I'oOV-. f.f 7T:..t-v.-.-a'--
ite:u.i'.-.l"--' we a ileal.. A lew .lr..- i t
.:;a i v. el a:-. ..aa :. : ee1-- ea I i-.ili from cliamv
w.-i -r. i; : ;a l..a-i!aia li-.-nt-h U: aii'ly or Bittii , a-.;
TT"I1T AS 33 AGUE.
Kr.Vn". AXT Artl'at car.'.! ;". Ht'iv rclill Tll.Ta N
r I :t r. aa'.ii; I u. in ai ''a : ... . . r I I t!at iti run1 K.-a-i
mat .-Vie:-:'. 11O i.It e;ia-r i(u-, rlilous Scnrlf.
Tvi.!i, W. y.Si.ov. m-.l e ia r F-v.-rs lai.lcd bv KAI-
i ll. LSI w ..nick ;n II il.W AY S liEAUV Uh-
i' i .at;;..
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention ofjplaiiters and others is again
called to the above old and reliable make- of
Cotton Gins. They are furnished this year
greatly improved, aud nothing which an ex
perience of thirty years in their manu
facture could suggest has been left undone to
aake them the most reliable and perfect Cot
ton Gin in maiket. As the result of our
efforts we need only refer to their established
reputation and wide-sprcadjpopnlarity. For
Perfection of Workmanship, Strength, Dnra
bility, Light Runniug. 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 terras. Wo invite exam
ination 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 commendatory letters from
parties using the Gins in all sections of the
cotton planting country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, may be obtained
of our aarents or lv addressum-
TUE 1SF.OWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
I'rndeh & Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May Sth, lb74 ly.
Bought Since the De
Ii. T. COKER,
AGENT FOU THE
Celebrated "Wheeler Sc AVilson
Which SURPASSES all other Machines.
. ALSO THE i
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to $73.
The public is invited io call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main,
TAUBOltO', IV. rj.
Dec. 7, 1S72. ly
Saw Hills, !
fJllIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST '1E-
turued from New York with a large and well
selected stock of
Swiss Muslins, Nain
sook, Victoria Lawns, .J.-iei-net
Cambrics, Piejtics, Linen Lawns.
Hamburg aud Cash's Standard Trie.
Hemsticlied and E.-nbroidercl Handker
chiefs, Ties, Collars and Cti IT-, in great
variety, Ut..s, Marseilles, -iihs,
Napkins aud Table Cloth-,
Gents', Ladies' and
Please give him a call before purchasing
T. if. GATLEft.
Tarhoro', N. C, April :27, lS'.i.
GTaVN-,"? ANT PftT: lt'CVJ BI.OOI IXr-ltElSE
'' ! ia A ''! Wi.i.iil P-A'LKAK SKIN AN1
FM AU'l IFw L CUXl'LKXiCX SUCUiiED TO ALL.
UAS vivr. t;,.- M', f .sro.lSTI'N-:J fFP.ES: so
(' :, S'i KAFl.i AitF T'lii OilAN-iFS. T1IK
ironv t .NKF.OOlia, CX OK It TTtfi IXKI.I FN' E
OF 1 HIS j'ill'I.V V, L)K;'..-tL .MLLliCI.NF.
fmp u Iiicreas3 ia Flesh
ad ffS t M Ei Ml
Fvr-y :-e, e a,' r-' ' fAitir.I.IAN RES01.
vest, f rln
flie Great Cause oi' Human
Jttbl T itblisJu'l, ifi a S valid T.i-vd-
ai"! v -;
all Una '
. . ; :!) i!to viuur oi
. .!:: ):--r-y with im-w and
S'-r.:' , , 'i; ;-, 'oM-i'iiiiUltoii,
t j - - J. !,;;, -t, .NlOlitll. 'ill-
' p;ti'ts '' ih' sy-stein.
.. v - 1 1 i't lli' :ir.-, ami
- ; :. !.r:in:ii'!is, Ktv-r
. ,i : ii -.ti . . .. ii J' i i. 'tint, Kryrti;tI?j,
i - -. -;. i-i -i in l'i-.' Kit'cij, 1' tin tors. Van
',. r ?: I 'A', :!'.' iiiii: urui p'tii.l'ul di---
.-. ! . -- '- J' -'; .nu WHstcfi ot
. , v.-.! f; - i t!n rurali e range ot lliis
i ; -ii- li l-T". u t. w tbiys' ue
- ; : tV'T eidssT ot'the'ee lumw ot
;. : rt run- them.
;.-''? 'T.-iin r ri .iucc'.I hy th wastes
ii:'-.! n f.i-MtiiUiaiiy iiroaressinp, t:c
v i' w..u-s raui r-jpant sa.no
;. r;:;i inn-U: 1 1 h':tithy blood and iriis
A ,i .AX'S v.- i 1 1 mid does hecurc a cup.
t r i;.:r ; tabs romuiiy oominenfts its
. :: ' .:.;!!. .'':: st'.v:tii.tis,i:; (iiniiniMliinii thi
'!si"b:i.r- wiU !' r.i,-id. and ovtry day
:. :V- it h.i:,-;.;ii t-r--' vviiu I.4.licrandstroinT,
i:i;;f 'jjt:oi, a,.-petite hnproviiii?, and licIi
; I'li rti':--:;:;.
' t'ots t:i 2 ,S.rt-;PAniLLMS RnsoLYF.KT c-xcei
i ;t- ii.tl .v,:ii in tI;o '-tac of tJlirotiit:, Soro
iiti'iii:i!, ati-i uia distaacs; but it ii'-
IZiCnry ? IJZcJJcr Complaints,
tV ,i flrtvc!. Diabetes, Dropny,
pF1':ui:n.:b-eor L'riiui, ISrihfH Ois-
.i-i-, .t t, un i i.i nil Ciit;3 whore there art)
1 ; it''i-ii.:. i' t . t.'u vraor is thick, cloudy, mixed
v.-iSt tit- -.viiLU' ojimotrg, or threads like
w-j.i" :.:.-.' : !iv v' : h i::-rliiJ, darn., liilious api-oar-;:;i-.-.
im. i w into ..;.i'-ii-ifL deposits, and whf;n tiiore i
n. i ; i i j t i I'Minin;, ---r.-1::;!.):! wlu n tasin watnr, utiJ
1 a.ii i.t 1. a Vav i.ik and ulua the Loins.
Tnm or cf 1 V Yea rs 9 Growth
Cured by Had way's Resolvent,
& CO., of the
OF RICIIMOXD, VA.
lie ,:'.! furnish any machinery of their make
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinery, thereby saving much
delay iu 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
peculiar features and advantages of these
machines. II. A. WALKER,
Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works,
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C.
DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES,
&C, &C, SeC.
Opposite the "Enquirer" Office,
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. an.'.
Impediments to Marriage generally; Piles,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits : Mertal
and Physical Incapacity, &c. Dv ROBEItT
J. CULVEHWELL, M. I)., Author of the
Green Book, iVe.
The wovld-rencwned author, in this ad
mirable T ecture. clearlv Droves from liis mvn I
I experience that the awful consequences of j I!rTr2t73r."rjf (?.T5 n rrTil tin frPil 1 C
jSrlf-Abnse may be ellectually removed i CI Itib Ll Ui JJ,dli V L CCLLCUlaUIlr iiih
I without medicines, an! without, dangerous
I nin.;nnl ,Mir,,c l.c . . . VOTrV ;nt(do, f-lTltVv ! With SWOft CUni,
"i" "U,W"J o, ii;on uuiriiift. ur.'1, rciriiia;". jnTi.v. r!."it'ii am! rinsrtUf n. Kuu-
W;IV S 1 Hi'f. ; i r l'i' 'li i ' H Hii 'ii""u.;.i(M uiu .'oi,ii'. -i
J.ivcr. llnwt:., litlnt-ys, l;l;i'!d(T, Nervous Disease?',
He:;ri;ie'i. I'oiit ipui t. wiio.--, ludiLV.stiont i)ys
l ei'Ma. il.iinjsi.css.iJilu tw iVvcr, Iniiaintiuition of the
ISt.wi'is "'S''5. a"d Jill iJfraiiK'oinMUM of thu Internal
icr.i. VVafri:i'--1 tM-;l'Ci ;i positive curf. I'lin-iy
AWitahlc,cc::i jit;.X! no u;ercur , i:i.nraldordciutri-
Ai J w"d"ncn.i nf RADWAT'S TILLS -wiil f.'fo. the y-
f em i nun ail t!it r.imve nanu'ti dt-tnuurs. ir.ct,5 coti;.-
rrrP undersigned lias taken the Asency rinaS or cordials, pointing out a mod- of
I fnr thil sunt on fnf WM V T MVl'TI " . ? t . " ...
cure at once certain and cflecturtl 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, CHAS. J. C. KLINE &. CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box 4,o6'i.
Oct. 18, 1S73. ly.
TI1REE ROOMS OVER THE BKICK
Store, third door from the Court House.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
Apply to, M. WEDDELL oi CO.
Tarboro', Feb. C, 1S74. tf.
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever made in
Will be disposed of on easy terms to respou
Bible partiu3, by
II. A. WALKER,
at Foundry in Tarboro' N. C.
March 80, 1S74. Urn.
Kr H. x. SOLO KY iMlLUiUsTS.
itl-AO "FA1.SK AN1 Tl.FE."' PcnJ urn !:
tr.n.p to l'.AOWAY I.O., o. 33 Warren
Ver:; lafonuuiion worth Ihousauds will be sent
SENO STAMP FOR CrttCULAH
I'LUMMER, LEWIS &CO., A
jy 0, lS73.-ly. Tarlioro',