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NEW ADVERSE M ENTST.
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THE ATLANTIC HOTEL
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Ixi mrnh Jid and refitted hi ROBERT J).CRA-
AM, Esq., of Mecklenburg I'oiinti, Sort.'i readincis during the season to give zest and
( 'urolinri, is now open for the recrp- ! It-04141-o to the IfrrlVmH-'iiir- j,
tion ofOimt's. " s-a Fir7t0iass'MVni:rd Ko.iyjjs, Blv?!tjn.
FOR THE SEASON OF 1874, UNDEK A jT...! a Sottiw4:inw,--ftittaelWnB
NEW MANAGEMENT. the Hotel.
This Hotel is beautifully situated iintnedi-; Yachts aud Uow Uoals lor Jluutiug :ud
ately over the waters of the Harbor, witJi a I Fishing parties, FastSainnjrl tili'd' well mktt
liue view of Fort Maeon, Old Topsail Inlet, ' aged, can be had at any time to convey ter
and the Atlantic Oeesiu. The Tide Hows sous to such io":nts as is desired, .
seini-dailv under the Building, thereby pro- . A m KBOU D Hi &3 arf4fci
tnotins cleanliness and coolness, lale flies -tot thc the Wo c.f thu Gnefts .nvJ
and mosquitoes are almost .unknown 1 Ins wlu.rc who ,K.li;:Ut j,, tllis healtby and
.s he only Hotel so lavorably situated on the i0tiutifBl !il:lv Uo se, Free ol Charge.
The building is so constructed as to render I'1"15 TABJ'E w,5a,be, sPPbcd with every
it peculiarly desirable to those seekln health a,r'";,,! 10 bc ouVll a l,ie wt-rit8 Hot0,s of
:nd pleasure , tilt- interior. Inside? Ojvters, Lseoilopa, fcoft
Tilr DmiMo ' 1. j '' , Crab, Turtle, Terrapins, Lobsters, and
THE ROOMS are coimnojhons and aoews!- OTcry va-k., v of FjsU ;lUouudiuir in the pro
hie to the sea brane, with pi.z.is on the ,il!t. u.iU.rs Gf the Harbor and Ocean,
.sea-front, and delightful plank walks, free , , . , , r , ,
from sand and dust, for the cniovm.-m of i.e- , iV'.u',ua!.lt, S.U1W , ' " ,"'ovl"
tlestrians. ' " ded, which wul be f.ir-isucd our Guests, free
BATHING HOUSES, neatly fitted out W "tf ar' ; '' t . , . , ! Hi'
au improved plan, are attached to the Hotel, 1 "1 he fibscn:rT Having had much cxperi
where guests can enjoy the refreshing sea- ; eueu (at home ami abroad) iu Hotel keeping,
bath. .. 1 and akled y cnptntjonl dpuriedjus jitsis-
tt'tt? ci'ur , . , . tairts, liatters hiifi.sff'.f bv strict attention to
nfTi u 1 1 1 1 u active features ; hixu antl wit!l a C(,Vrs of well trained
of this justly celebrated isnmmer resort, and . ,',., at ;,,..,.,,) i,n!:i
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V? Vi " i. U1,;UP-!
,;u7's 1 - ! luiv patrouh:e him.
Kooms, conveniently located upon the beach. -
A LAKE, inclosed near the Hotel, will af- ' i vvlni . v-''!'
-ord facilities to guests who do not care to Ko t' g -'r MemS:
in the Surf, to batne and learn the art of e'oo TKfi?lV,?N -v-r M.t,
THE BALL BOOM has been constructed Uhii.iren and Servants, half j.riee.. Special
.vcr the water, on the sett-front of the Hotel, i arMugeineuts. with Families and Kxeursiou
leiving a suspension roof 50x75 feet over it,
ti) feet high, and splendid view of the Ball i All buhios eoiuwiuiic:UiM-t . hruld ba
itoom is had from the Piazza or Galleries. 1 ad.'re-st.r to ' ' ! . t
1 ne mn itoom win ne iigiued with Silvered'
viica ueuecimg chandeliers.
largest and best assortments of Goods
which they will offer at prices that
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HAY IG removed to their Handsome New .Brick Store,, oext, tlocn',
to R. H. Austin & Co's Old Stand, be poave to anCotiicfethB
f riends and thfi nnMi frpnvnlli' tint tb.-i-r- li.-n.nVi.,. i,.,J.i ' i?a,;r" tAf
f -.v wuwuaa,, . V J U T IllIt Vli lifl.l.i iJy I IUU
Their Stock cons
Mtitable for MEN'S. Vil'T!i.-- ai;d 1J( iV S V, . ,i
"ats & Cans,
siishiiig' Croods, Notions? c
Trunks, Yalises, Um
Tor the handsomest Prints, go to II.
For the nandsomest Dress Goods, such
pacas, iawns, x'icques, etc., &c,
For the best fitting and best styles of
Tor a handsome New Spring Style Silk Hats, and Various otori Half -for
Men, Youths, Boys, Children, Ladies and Misses, sro to II. Morris &
If you want a suit of Clothes made to
A good fit always guaranteed. Garments cut at short notice Call and
examine our immense stock of ' ' '
CLOTHS, GASSIMERES, &C,
suitable for the season.
WHITE DUCK SUITS
AND . ; "
DOUBLE BREASTED WHITE VESTS,"
of the handsomest patterns, in endless variety.
Don't fail to call and
and prices before purchasing elsewhere
H. Morris &-. Mw
Tarboro, May Olli. 1874. ,. . ... r
HF1I!, HO! Till iWORE
LOOK TO YOUR
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WATT I "D r,OTT'-1'TlT7TTT T T - .- .
laical, aiucx vi urniture ever oflflrAil ii; nmA-iv r
(vSrKSo"?!19 1 f ?aM f w -1Ut aml PJ,u!p-!' Wardroben, Bureau, Waslmtands,
in tu VarSv fW!' ''ad!es, and Waluut ami Maple Chairs
m gieatvaneu. Iij latest stylen of tValaat Be.ntcad.s, as low as S12 00. Also Manle
sstSlv,bn,Tm, Racksiur "i
TERMS CASH branches, attended to with dispatch.
Jas. E. Simmons,
June 5th, is-t-lio 3Eltt Street, Tarboro', 2NT. O '
t t ' L
An expert corps of Musicians will be in
by able to give entire satistotion to all who
, (tEO. y. CiIAULOCTE
ever, offered to this market, and
Lpetv of S
i m ii .1 Y -.
ar ii rfrt
Morris & Bro.
as 1'oplins, Grenedines, Lenos, Al
go to II. Mom-&ro'f. .t'S
Clothing, go to II. Morris & Bro's.
your own order, go to II. Morris &
, t- '-j
in all its Branches.
examine our Goods
l'UCLIC THAT I HAVE NOW ON I
- w y,A- iiuiiui, r 5- t J(
I $ w W.
hiuo T,. is; I .,. Pronriet.ir. I
Sore Throat, Ulcers, Bruises,
SYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHAEM
ING." How either sex may fascinate
and gain the loVe and affections of any per
son they eboose instantly. This simple inen
frl acquirement all can possess, free, by mail,
tjfur 'Sc, together with a marriage guide,
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
Wedding-Night Sliirt,'&c. A queer book. Ad
dress T. WILLIAM & CO. Pubs. Phila. 4w.
toughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL' THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists.
MARY SHARP COLLEGE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1851. This old and cel
ebrated Female School is situated in the pro
verbially healthy town of Winchester, on a
bench of Cumberlain Mountains, Tennessee.
Commences its annual sessions often months
LLihu tirst Monday m September. Still
OMer its first and only President, Z. C.
Graves, LL.D. lor thoroughness and cheap
ness of education is not excelled by any
school iu the South. Send for Catalogue
containing all essential particulars.
4w. G. S. WALMSLEY, Treasurer.
WWH.il pn... 1
1 tlV. Sharp's Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
Jwfipl;iHt, Constipation, Vomiting of Food,
fcour Momach, Water brash, Heartburn, Dow
Spirits, &e. In thirty-live years never failing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druggists generally. YM HOWARD, agent
lor Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
M PIAiVOS and ORGANS
,5&'w and Second-Hand, of First-Class Mak
er, will be sold at Lower Prices for cash, or
on Installments, or for rent, in City or
Country, during this mouth, by HOKACE
ATLKS SON, .No 4S1 Brondwav, than
ever before offered in New York. Specialty :
Pianos and Organs to let until the rent mou-
e$ pays the price ot the Instrument. Illus
try.trd Cat alognes mailed. A large discount
to Ministers, Churches, Schools, Lodges, etc.
Rich Farming Lands
., ,; IN NEBRASKA,
Xow for Sale Very Cheap !
yeaks credit, interest only
c.n per cent.
SEAD FOR 44 THE PIOXEER."
a handsome Illustrated J'aper, containing the
Homestead Law. A New Number just pub
lished, mailed free to all parts ol the world.
O. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner U. P. R. R.,
Iw Omaha, Neb.
HAVE YOU TRIED
J U It UBEn.l.
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated ?
Are you so Langnid that any exertion re
quires more of an effort than you feel capable
Then try JL'KL'BENA, the wonderful
Touie, and luvigoral-.ir, which acts so benefi
cially on the secretive organs as to impart
vigor to all the vital forces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu
lates for ahort tiinr, only to let the sufferer
1.4iUlW:ilowlT d.-j.th of misery, but il isa i
vegetable, ionic aciintr direct v ou the ver
It r iihitc. i'h; Bowt ls, quiets thii nerve-',
and jrivcb such i lu-althy .uv 10 the whole
system as to !-o u :uake the invalid feel like a
It.s ojicraiiou is not violent, but is cliarae-
i. si t.i-,.. i . .1... .
i i i ...
; inn. ii-i .-'iuuc I ciiauAi. iiu rh va r(
-'olil i heir teuts. likeilhe Arabs.
I nsedicai authorities, "the icOBt powerful
I tonic anc alterative known
Ask vour drnrici3t tor it. For trie bv
W.M. f. KlDUEli & CO., New York." 4w.
Faumeks, AricuiturifeU and Dealers in
Fertilizers have now an opportunity of ob
taining this valuable manure in SMALL OR
LAK(i E LOTS, at IMPORTERS' PRICES,
by applying to the Special Asrency jnst es
tablished for the purpose of delivering Gen
uine Peruvian (iuano to consumers at any
accessible port or railway station in the conn-
Full particulars triven in Circnlar mnil.
3 il 'ftf on application to
No. r,:i Beaver St., New York.
References by permission.
Messrs. Hobsou, Hurtado &, Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government. 5
Wall St. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National City Bank, 52
Wail St., N. Y.
S. C. Tracy, Esq., Peruviau Consul, 20
Broadway, N. Y. March, 20-3m.
TARBORO', N. C.
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARIilA(?-eft-finqtIrmTor rhe New
Shops near Main Street.': '!. ;
Aur- 2;;, is7i. jy
GRAM), SQUARE & UPKIGHT
Have received upwards of FIFTY FIRST
PREMIUMS, and are amorj the best now
nuule.y-vEvery instrument fully warranted for
live 5ca'rs. frices as low as the exclusive
use of Hie very best materials and the most
tboremgu workmanship will permit. The
principal pianists and composers, and the
piano-plirciiasins public of the 8outh espe
cially, mute id the unanimous verdict of the
superiority ot the 8TIEFF PIANO. The
DL'RA.blLlTY of our instruments is fully
tn I iished by over SIXTY SCHOOLS AND
OJJELISUES in the South, using over 300 of
Sole Wholesale Agents for several of the
princi pal manufacturers of Cabinet and Par
lor Organs ; prices from $ 50 to $B00. A lib
eral discount to Clergymen and Sabbath
A large assortment of second-hand Pianos,
at prices ranging from $75 to $ 300, always on
flcffTr for Illustrated Catalogue. Cnnfjlintntr
itteianies of over 2,000 Southerners who lrive
bought and are using the Stieff Piano.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
l JW4rerooms, No. North Liberty St ,
! S BALTIMORE, M. D.
Faetorics, 84 & 86 Camden St., and 45 & 47
Perry St. - June 12,-tf.
At ' D. LICHENSTEIN & CO'S
s '' ' City Grocery.
N. B. Fine stock Cigars always on hand.
' May 6, 1874. . ; , f
JULY 24, 1874
For the Enquirer-Southerner.
" NO CEOSS ON EARTH, NO CROWN
BY LELIA LEE.
" No cross on earth, no crown in heaven "
Remember, pilgrim, on life's way,
Strength to thee will e'er be given.
To bear the burden of each day.
"No cross on earth, no crown in heaven,"
Gold is but by the fire refined ;
The heavier cross 'neath which thou hast
The brighter crown for thec"ll be twined.
"No cross on earth, no crown in heaven"
Trees with dark foliage rare fruits hide ;
The pearl to us by oceau given,
Forms 'neath a black and troubled tide
" No cross on earth, no crown in heaven "'
Uncrushed, the grape's rich juices dry :
By storms, it's clear face must be riven.
Or else no rainbow spans the sky.
" No cross on earth, no crown in heaven "
Here sorrow's black waves round us rise,
That we may, like the dove, be driven
Back to the ark of Paradise.
Country seat A milking stool.
Handy volumes Pocket-books.
A great object in life a giant.
A bad omen T) owe men moncv.
A cool request Please pass the
The old muv't
andy book-markers Dirtv h-
A highly intelligent dogThe
The coniiintivf. mnml T!.rm,rltc
It is said that in the Paris gar
dens one may find every kind of
roses, even including rhinoceroses.
The difference between a lost ai
ana a lost ueart oi:tv an a
Hc went back on his own true
love, because she ate onions, an 1
the jury gave her S;,20u damages.
We hold that a voodchuck is fit
for treason, stratagem and spoils :
because he has no music in his hole.
The longest word in the English
language is smiles, because there is
a mile between the first ami last
Ic is said that the prettiest girl
in narnsourg is a newspaper ear-
ner. She carries them in her bus-
That 'little birds do in their
nests agree ' is no credit to the
birds, because it would never
tuiui iu tail uiii.
A Father in Wisconsin offered
his son five "dollars to take a dose
of castor oil, and then got a eo",n-
terfeit bill off on the boy.
Don Piatt sav? shrcwdlv - II,..
rcor is to a
is to a kite
newspaper what a Hill
-very ai'suril, but rr-
nt'CefSlU V to US .tSCiTitii.-n.
An instructor asked n r,
beer in French w,is feiiiiuiui
replied that it was probably
to thy .fact til it tii"' bovs lik
It is saiil that wlialcs ;
more numerous this year than last.
This -will be cheering news x , stieh
poor people as couldn't lay in their
winter whales last fall.
" "What kind of sausages is them"
aaked an old lady of the young m -n
of literature and peanuts as he
jaaocu iinuugo tne tram sellnii
One of our fashionable youths
donned his first silk hat nmV fitmr
baturday evening. lie r0t alon !
well enough with the ciar. but he i
had to give un the hat it made i
him sick at the stomach. j
. n. . j
viuUUu u leporitr says mat ,
io ouiucmujggiauu in a pair
(f rnnnwnv l-iM-nu 1m- ... f
that a good deal depends on wheth
er a man is on a fence or trying to
climb over the end board of the
The Ottumwa, (la.,) Courier has
abolished the beiigerent rooster as
indictive of triumph at an election,
and substituted an ear of corn, sand
wiched in thc sentence, " Pretty
near a clean shucking." It is an
A drunken Chinaman feeling rich
and elated at his progress in Amer
ican civilization, went through the
otieeis vi oan r ran nsco crvinr.
DlV M -ill
p la Jk . .1 same ;
i. iluir cut short and j
as Meiican man
tr, 1- l;l.. u
uiuun imv 11 II. ,i
A dear old laukee adv h.Anr,
flcl.-l if . 1 1 , . . . 1
aoutu ji one ii.iu uver ner ears
pierced by the wail of distress, said
she couldn't just exactly remnnber,
but she believed it was done with a
A Bowery merchant who h.-i.
declined to advertise in the Corns
mercial Advertiser, because "no
body would see it," came around a
few days after to offer $25 to have
his name kept out of the police re
ports. A man died in a bath tub in New
York, the other day, just after tak
ing a bath. Now this is not an
argument against bathing, It h
thought that he would not ha.vr.
died if he hadn't cut his throat from !
ear to ear.
Said a small boy to Barnum,
"What will you give for a cherry
colored cat?" "Ten dollars," re
plied Barnum, "if it is really cherry
vcolored." Soon the boy returned
to Barnum's hotel and unloaded
a black cat at Barnum's feet. The
showman saw the point, and paid
the youngster $10, with the remark,
"Boy, you'ye stolen my trade."
Civil RighfaM4fffc-thij PwplW lteMl
Platform of th&Tllepullican .Pmrtiji
of North Carolina adopted it
Ilaleiqfu April -ur4
Sec. 5.. That the republican- parr
ty of North Carolina recommend to
the congress of the United ' States
the passage of a general amnesty
I ill. and the adoption of all neees
sary measures for the enforcement
and protection of the eisil and jtx
litical rights of all classes of Amer
Sec. 7. That wc fully, endorse-
the acts 01 congress, passed to se-'
cure equal rights and protection to
the citizens of the United States, in
the several States; and we respect
fully recommend a continuance of
the present laws and the adoption
of such further legislation as will
more certainly secure to thc citizens,
full and practical enjoyment of all
their rights privileges and liberties.
Platform of the Republican Party
adopted at Philadelphia Jam
lh 1872. . ' :
Sec. 3. Complete liberty and
exact equality in the enjoynierit of
all Civil, political and public
Hiuhts, should be established and
effectuiiily maintained throughout
the Union by efficient and appro
priate State and Federal Legisla
tion. Neither thc law nor its
administration should' "admit any
discrimination in respect of citi
zens ha re a arm. if v.xnv ,-m,l
j colok, or pin-ion condition of ser
atl0n"l Colored Uuiu-entton' at
! Xcw Orleans April 10, 1872.
! ,t, , : . . , r
devotion to support the nominees,
of the Phiiadeiphia Convention.
i (Republican Convention, called for
j June 1872.) " '
! pecialiy lo we jdedize our-
! selves to elect buc.cessors ii
sors in C.onr-
gross, i. e. turn tlum outj wherever
wo nave tne power, to every repus
lican who v
against or dodged
the supplemental Civil Rights Bill
recently introduced into the United
States Senate by Charles. Sumner;
and also successor.! to those who
shall not thow a satisfactory record
on Civil Rights Bill now in the
United States House, oil .Represen
tatives. Deinvcratic Platform, Adopted at
Baltimore July 1872.
1. Wc recognize, the equality of
ail men before the law and hold
that it is the duty of the Govern
ment in iU dealings with the people
to mete out equai and exact J US
TICK to all of whatever nationals
ty, race coior or persuasion. relg-
; jous cr political,
Bayard Taylor re-visiting Egypt
alter an absence ot twenty-two
years, notes one striking change.
This is thc astonishin-
,i p ,
j Luu a.ngn.-1i language witnm tne
j last twenty years, resulting' both
j from the number of English and
. .Imeriean travellers who visit the
; East, and the use of the langue
I l)-v travellers Jl" other nationalities.
I. .1. .. ' : i ... .-i -i t
i iem.!;, . Uie.'i uiuw VVHUin the last
few v:-.,s - was in-iisnrmsable. lias
'.Ii !i: t; iii'(
' ii s it Mi v ; vaii:l
'.-':' '"V i ay and all
v-';i J'ttio surprised
;it aciMstttd l,y a
--.-' - with, "Sliine up
, . '
. i i i i " :
'' ; l!i aiis-, every
H:.'- ci, ;;;!, photographs,
li-ii K.'iuws at least t-nnn tii
u in:iKe a gntyi bargain: but tliis is
i;otin::g to what olio meets in Eynt
The bright-witted boys learn the
language with amazing rapiditv
arm are so apt at guessing what
they do not literally understand
that ti:o traveler no longer requires
an interpreter. At the base
x ompey s Pillar to-day, a rao-ed
and dirty little girl came cut of a
fallen hut. and followed n owinrr
' - j - t ' . s
S1V0 mo ua pemiy . -111 the
coachmeu and most of the shop
keepers are familiar with the words
necessary for their business, and
preter to use them, even when they
see that you are acquainted with
Italian or Arabic. The simnle
natural structure of the English
language undoubtedly contributes
also to its extension. It is already
tne leading language ot the world
spoken by ninety millions of people,
(doubling tho number of French
speaking races.) and so extending
its conquests year by year that its
practical value is in aduance of any
The Domestic Growler.
T 1 . i l I 1 T
j-iouiv ac mm . lie is a curiosity,
lie was picasiint enough an hour
ngo, as he sat in ,ns oirice talking
to Jinks. With his chair, tikfid
i oaci, tno toes of his 1
ail!lst the tna.telniecc, his mouth
extendcd into n loud eutTaw in reply
rn nr, ,.f- i '
to one t.t Jt-nk s yarriH, yOU woulj
. , . v -
ilve s.iid he was one of the jolliest
icnows m the world
But he does not look so now.
lie considers it bad domestic pocy
to come home looking smiling and
cheerful; it would not only lower
his dignity as master of .the house.
but it wouid encourage his wife and
children to tho asking of all sorts
of favors, and the running into,
goodness knows, what extravagan
ces. The only way he believes', to
keep up a proper system of house
hold authority, and reduce house
hold expenditure to its certain lim
its, is to always find fault, and
never relax for a moment, thc sys
tem of domestic snubbing.
Of course, the coming home of
the Growler is not looked for with
joy. All pleasant influences take
wing. The very atmosphere ' be
comes charged with depressing or
explosive material. .The cook spills
the gravy, and blackens the toast
for the pigeon3 ; the wife is afraid
the soup will not be all right, or the
pudding done to the precise turn ;
the children huddle in a corner, and
talk in whispers,1 and no one feels
that they can breathe until "'pa'
has gone. Who Would be a growl
er ? i
"l . , . t.i ii.
At OJir Stqrc can 1)0.
PLAIN DOMESTICS AND DRIBS MS
IBCiysi, YOUTHS' VTVT MENS
t . . . .
ever brought ialhis market before. The latest
The best; fitting white linen Brown
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
- . 4.. "
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention ofplantera and others is aga;.n
exited to the above old and reliable rriakc of
OHtcn Gins. They are furtlighpd this year
greatly improved, aud nothing which on ex
perience of thirty years in their uianu
laeture could suggest has-been left undone to
.iake thein the most reliable and perfect Cot
ton Gin inmaiket. As the result of our
efforts we treed ouly refer to their established
reputation and wide-spreadpopularity. For
Perfection of Workmanship, Strength, Dura
bility, Light Running, and quantity and qual
ity of lini produced, we cimllencne. inmtwH.
tion. We are prepared to warrant to any
reasonable extent perfect satisfaction to every
planter or operator. The ' Jins are sold at
the lowest possible prices for good machines,
and on reasonable terms. We invite exam
ination of the samples iu the hands of our
local agents who will ire all desired infor
mation and furnish applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory ' letters from
parties usinor th Gins in all sections of the
cotton plautinjr couutrv. Circnlam. PripA
Listaand other hifbrraatibn, uiay be obtained
uui iij;uis vr uy aaor esciD&T'. '
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Fendeh & Jbnkik Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May 8th, 1874 . iy.
Celebrated. "Wheeler Sc "Wilson
Which SURPASSES all otheT Machines.
: "' ALSO THE "
.Home Shuttle Machine. :
which is THE BEST clieap Machine in Use.
Price from $23 to $ 73.
fcl?" The public in invited to nTt an.1 v.
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office ou Tilt Street, a few doors from Main,
..Dec. 7, 1S72.- ly
T1!13 u"dersig?eii.lMis I taken the Asrency
, & CO., of the
or kich.tio'vd, va.
lie .:!! furnish anv machirmrw nf th0;,ov.
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinerv. therehw
j 1 -"J "waj IUUVU
aelay m corresDondenn nnrl th
- AUr7UOt7 VI 3
Saw Mills built atS 8hr-KS
favor with our people every day. J
Pleasure will be taken in nr.inHntr t tt 1
f. , , i
v"u: jcaiuit-s ana an van t a ma f t.
machines. n. A. WALKER :
. Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'4 Workr , .
bept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C.
; Cr.Gr' I . B
- -. dbax.br in' '"'
DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES,
j Opposite the " Enquirtr" Office, " '
found a fine assortment
The finest stock of
I mm nnnunn
MARKET GREATLY DE
O DDI hi ft I I I A D 1 1 I CTt
ornlNh (jUUDo uUST
Bought Since the De
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS .JUST RE
turned from New Yor k with a largn and well
selected stock of
Swiss Muslins, Naiu
sook, Victoria Lawns, Jaco
net Cainl)ric?,Pi(iues,Liiicn Lawns,
Hamburg ami Cash's Standard Trimmings,
Hemsticlied and Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Ties, Collars and Culls, iu 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, 1874.
file Great Cause of Human
Jiart Pt'iiixhed, in a Sealed Enrth,
. . , six cents.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treat
ment and Radical cure of Sem
inal Weakness, or Suertnator-
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.limissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility .anil
T m nnil imnr.h. t A I ..: 11 1 1 ,
uiivuiuiciu iu iiiauiiic eueiaiiy; i lies,
Consumption, ?:pilepsy, and Fits ; Mental
I and Physical Incapacity, &c. By ROUEKT
J. Li r.KWi,LL. M. IX, 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
Self-Abuse may be elfectually removed
without medicines, and. without dangerous
surgical operations boners, instruments,
rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of
cuie at once certain and effectual bv 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
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or two postage stamps. Address the Pub-
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I rpHREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
j X Store, third door from the Court rirwisn
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
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WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
: this Country.
" Til11 be dlsPsea of cu easy terms to respon
. H. A. WALKER,
' r t at foundry in Tarboro' N. C.
March 20, 1874. Sm.
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THE GItlUAT HEitoTFOR
wliicli can Lc,, -cured by a
timely resort to this . stand
ard preparation, as Juts been
proved by the hundreds ot
testimonials reeeiyod by the
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ness in the Chest and Side,
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Balsam does not dry up a
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loosens and - cleanses v the
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thus removing the cause of
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And BolJ by Druggists and Dealers generally.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE "WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
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SUFFER WITS PAIN.
I!ADY7AY"3 HEADY RELIEF IS A CURE F0!1
It was thc first and is
Tlio Only Pain. Remedy
that InstftTltlr string ttM mmt -rrmUtlnr noin.
. Iutiammaiionf, and cares Congestions, whether of tbe
INT FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain the
RIiEUMATlO, Eeit-rirtrten, Inflnn, Crippled. Nc-rvou,
Nuurnlu'io, or iirostrated with disease mavmifrar.
HADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OK THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION OF TUB BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THB BOWELS. ""
CONGESTION OF THB LUNGS
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING JU"ua
COLD OrirLLS, AGUE rHILLS.
The application 01 tho Ready Kellefto the part or
pa r ts where the pain or dilitculiy exisu will afford eug
Tv.vnsy drops In half a tumbler of water will Inafeiv
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MK4RTHI-RV, SU'iC HKAHACHE, DIARRHOEA
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and nil INTERNAL l'AINS.
Travelers should ahtav earrv bottle of Had
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i.'er wiit prevent cknes or pains from chance 01
"'"'. 1 1 i Ijeticr than French Brandy or Bitters as .1
PEVSR AKD AGUE.
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T',.,V'".''-7,f-'l,,w- 0,1,1 "h" Severs laided bv BAD
STRONG ANT) PT'RT:' RICIT BI.OOD INCREASE
OF FLESH iNU WKHMIT Oi;HAR -SKIW ATO
BEAL'IIl'H. COf i.EiICJJ4 SECUIiED TO AI.L.
BR RAD WAY'S
THE CHEAT PLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MAmf TIIE MO f ASTpVWTJIXa CURES: SO
(JLICK. SO UAfl ARB rniT OHANORj). THE
!fDY tTNOEKHtES, UNDER THE ISKUUBN-K
OK THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
anfl f efflrbt is Seen anfl Felt.
Every drop of 1lie PARSAPA RILLIAN RESOL
VE. NT riiiiimnnicutM thrcii;;!! tlio Klooil, Sweat, Urine,
and other Fluids ami juices of the system the vigor of
lil'c. tor it rrpaira the wastes of the body with new and
.sound umteriHl. Kcrofula. Svnhiiia, Consomplioa,
(ilandnhir disease. Ulcers in the riiroat. Mouth, Tu
ninrs. .Ni.,! -sin dioHitndsajKl otOeriiansorthesvutem.
tiore l.v -s. Mraniorou diiciiaritiM from the Ears, and
the worst forms of 8kin disease, SrapMnns, Kever
nores, .n-asu ne;iu, i-.injf orin. rHit uneum, c.rylj)elft8.
Acne. l!!a. !c Spots, Worms in the Fleh. Tumors. Can-
cers in tho Womb, and all weakening and iiainfnl ilia.
irs m tno vvomt), anu ail weakemntf and painful did
larcrt's. .i?hc Sweats, losaof Sprm and all waste of
le life iri:i'ip!e, are within the curative range of this
onder ot Modern Chamistrv, and a few days' ne will
rove to any person usr.jg It for either of tiieae (orms of
si'ase i:s potent jower to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming red need by thc wastes
)d di'iroinpxisitlnn that is continnally progressing, sue-
charjrt's. Nijrht S weats, JUwaof Sperm and all wastes of
the lite prt '-iple, are within thecnratlre rtuipe of this
wonder vi Modern Chamistrv, and a tew days' use will
prove to any person usr.jg it for either of tiicse forms of
uisi'usn i;- MHiiijHvcr iu cure mem.
cee-is in -irresiinir the:e vvasterL and ronAm th unw
with in w uriterial made from hcaithy blood tuv
the SARri.U AIULLi.AN wilt and does Becure u cwr
ix coi'.iMn; for when once this remedy commences it-
work of puriliention, and ancceedajn dimlnbhiiiK The
Ioiof vxtes, it repairs will bo rapid, and every day
thc ration t will feel himself urowini? betterandstronn' r.
l!iL food disti:sc U-tter, appetite improving, aud lie&h
and wcii-'ht increniuj;.
Not only iioes tho Sarsapakillun Eksolvkvt excel
nl! fenovvn remedial ftfecntK in hecore of Chronir. Sen
tulous. Constitutional,' and Siiin diseases; but it is tin
only positive itre te
Kidney & Bladder Complaints9
Urinary nnrl Womb diseases. Gravel, tMabefes, Dropsv,
htoppaire of ffsror. InconfTueneeof Uiine, Brik'hl1!);
ra-te, Albumi.iu! iu, and in aii ca.se where tliere are
brick -diiNtitepoaiis. or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed
wiih sub-ruiK-es like tlic white of an ecg, or threads like
white, Mik. r tfitre is a morbid, dark, bilious apear-Min-t'.
mid white htme-dut deposits, and when there i
a jo iekiiii;, burning 'r,ation when pasHinK water, and
1' :i; :i l-a Uto tSumd of me Back and aloii the Lotus.
Turn o r of 1 IS Yea rs 9 Growth
Cured htj Itadway-a llcsolvent.
lfSMVI WAT -O-
perfectly iasteies.-, elegantly cocted wiih cwo-t (rum.
tur-;e, regulate, purify, cle;;nii and vtreiitben. KuJ
way's li IN. for the cure ofafi disorder of the tnin.u'I'.
j-iver. Howeis, kidneys, Uladder, Nervous JjiseaMJi,
Headache. Constipation, Oosnv no, Indiu'etion, lys
peps'rt. Biliousness Br by i.s ei , InflKtiiiiiatiun of the
Howe!, i'i!e. and nil- Derrtwr .:n.ent! of The InTcrnai
Viscera. rrauUd loeTfr'-ta jioitiv cure. I'ureiv
Veaetalde, containing kio itiercttrymiiieraUor lek teri
A lew dose of P ADWAY j PTLTJ. will f. ic the v..
teni from all the above muiietl di-vi)id r. , lrict.35 e
p r Box. KOLD BY iftGU(2IftT&
I1KAD "FALSK ANI TilL'E. JSeurt one Sen
F;imp to KADWAY & CO., No. 52 Warren sr.,
V'ry luforiuatiou worth tnousandif wtli bescttt
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