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THE ATLANTIC HOTEL,
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tion o'G'm ,v.
1'Oti THE SEASON' OF T-Tl. I'XDE!: A
ii E W Al A N A ( ; K M LN T.
This Ilotol is lioaut ;(::!! flt'-iied .nr.iuVii
ntcly over w.ii.rs o!' iio lh.il.or, villi :t
Can view of Fort Macon, OM Tojati Inlci,
aud the Atlantic Ocean. ''!; Titw liows
semi-Uaily mirier the Bp.iliiin:.-, thcri-tiy pro
moling deanUness and coolness, vMIo Hies
and mosquitoes arc almost Ri'ku-wn. This
is the only Hotel .-:o lavcrnWy :-i:u.-.!ed on the
Tlie liuildip'4 i.s so unist: i'c
it peculiarly desira ': to l!:u
THE lldl'Ms are nva.:v..!i
1,1c to the m i !;: y.. v.
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Sea-front, am! ('
from sard am!
an improved i.!.i
wline ct'.oi- ( ;
THE fUKF i
of this justly eel
t,)r i !. .
t . ii'-n
; on t !ie
I HO r. (I
a lak::, hit'.o
ford laeilitii s to 'uet w
in the Surf, to liatiie- a
THE BALL li'ioM ha
over the water, ci l a
having a suspension roof
' ou.-L! lielvii
;:v!4 o! the ilutoi,
VxT.) feet over it,
40 feet hi'h, and
untcd view of tie- Kail
Hoora is had from the i'ia.xa or Ga'.Viies.
The Ball Kooia wiH l;e liirh-.e 1 with Silvered
Mica Dctieetin :x C'hantk-lier:-.
HAVING removed to their Handsome New Erick Store, next door
to II. II. Austin & Co's Old Stand, beg leave to announce to their
friends and the public generally, that they have now on hand one of the
largest and Lest asscrtraeiits of Goods ever offered to this market, and
which they will offe:
TL-t-ir Sio.k co its cf a
iiisMiig &oods9 Notions,
Trwaiks, Yalises, Urn
IiiaeIIas5 &c, &c.
For the handsomest Trims, go to II. Mcrris & I5ro.
For the nandsomefct Dress Goods, such
pacas, Lawns, Ficquo?, &c., ice,
For the beat fitting and best styles of
For a handsome New Spring Stylo Silk
Men, iouths, J3oys, Children, Ladies and Misses, go to u. Morns a
If you want a suit of Clothes niada to your own order, go to H. Morris &
Herds a Tailoring hi ail its Branches.
A good fit always guaranteed. Garments cut at short notice. Call and
examine our immense stock of
IL0TILS, (jASSIHERES, LIXEAS, &C,
Buitable for tho season.
WHITE DUCK SUITS
of tho liand-omest.patterns, in endless variety.
Don1! fail to call and examine our Goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Tarboro, May !k!:: 71.
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be mil l:
An expert corps of Musicians will be in
readiness duriri? the season to give zest and
pleasure to the fleeting hours.
A First-Class Bar, Billiard Rooms, Bowling
Allevs, and a Shooting Gallery, is attached to
Yaehts and How Boats for Hunting and
Fishinir parties, Fast Sailing, and well man
aged, can he had at any time to convey per
sons to such points as is desired.
A CF.OQUET GROUND has been arranged
for the the use of the Guests ot the hotel,
where! all who delight in this healthy and
beautiful game may do so, Free ot Charge.
THE TABLE will be supplied with every
auiele to be found at the rirst-class Hotels of
the interior, besides Oysters, Escollops, Solt
Crabs, Sea Turtle, Terrapins, Lobsters, and
every variety of Fi.h abounding iu the pro
bite waters of the Harbor and Ocean.
An ubundajit supply of lee has been provi
ded, which will be furnished our fittest, free
The subscriber having had much experi
euea (at home and abroad) in Hotel keeping,
and aioed by competent and courteous Assis
tants, ilatters himself by strict attention to
business, and with a corps of well trained
and obliging servants at his command, he will
I u aide to give entire satisfaction to all who
may patronize him.
TEKMS : Per Day, 12.50: One Week,
- 15.00; Two Weeks, 'iV00 ; Three Weeks,
::..iH); Four Weeks, J-Ki.OO ; Caleudar Mouth,
Children and Servants, half pric. Special
arrangements with families and kxcursiou
ists. All business communications ebotild be
GEO. W. CHARLOTTE,
June 5, lTi.-2m. Proprietor.
r. at variety of Superior
.MEX'. : YOUTH-' and LOVS Wear.
lots & Shoes,
as Poplins, Grenedines, Lenos, Al
go to II. Morns & Jbro s.
Clothing, go to LT. Morris & Bro's.
Hats, and Various other Hats for
BREASTED WHITE VESTS,
pis & ISro.
s . s I fin i--i nu
;vr Cf lchrateil Gins, nnd
: respect fit JI 'j TciLest-
i. i!a:e--: of f his Gin are:
- . 7. li ihi ii a,"- of no e.vfte
' ' i !' o:i hand : will
. . . . ,v. iiii-n Ci'tcr Gin
' ,i ''nr. and, making
. c id; '(--rU whetting
i: : i tin:, saws any
(.( a--, r ks, nails, sticks,
' "- the danger front
' ih, -tii any other Gin in
'err bwinp' anv other Gin
tiinu Testimonials from well-
Hymaus & Dancy,
(iessbal agents fob visgi1tu and hosts caeoluta,
N EWDVERTISEM ENTS .
Neuralgia, Piles, Headache,
Diarrhoea, Boils, Soreness,
n Toothache, Scalds, Wounds,
1 Sore Throat, Ulcers, Bruises,
3 mijmntis:n. Hemorrhages,
ii f-jSYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHARM
MT ING." How either swe may lascinate
and gain the love and affections of any per
son they choose instantly. This simple meu
tal acquirement all caD possess, free, by mail,
for 25c., together with a marriage guide,
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
Wedding-Night Shirt, &c. A queer book. Ad
dress T. WILLIAM & CO. Pubs. Phila. 4w.
Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CAKBOLIC 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, Teuuessee.
Commences its annual sessions often mouths
on the Fir6t Monday in September. Still
under iU first aud only President, Z. C.
Grave, LL.D. lor thoroughness and cheap
ness of education is not excelled by any
school in the South. Send for Catalogue
containing all essenial particulars.
4w. G. S. WALMSLEY, Treasurer.
Dr. Sharp's Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Vomiting of Food,
Sour Stomach, Water brash, Heartburn. Dow
Spirits, &e. In thirty-five years uever failing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druegists general) v. VM HOWARD, ageut
lor Tarboro', N. C". Depot, 145 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
200 PIAX0S and ORGANS
New and Second-Hand, of First-Class Mak
ers, will be sold at Lower Prices for cash, or
on Installments, or for rent, in City or
Countrv, during this month, by HORACE
WATERS & SON, No 41 Uroadway, than
ever before offered in New York. Specialty :
Pianos and Organs to let nntil the rent mon
ey pays the price ol tlu, Instrument. Illus
trated Catalognes mailed. A large discount
to MinistersChurehes, Schools, Lodges, etc.
Rich Farming Lands
Sow for Sale Very Cheap !
TEN YEARS CREDIT, INTEREST ONLY
G PER CENT.
u THE. pioneer:
a handsome Illustrated .uaper, containing the
Homestead Law. A New Number just pub
lished, mailed free to all parts ol the world.
O. F. DAVIS,
Laud Commissioner U. I. K. K.,
4w Omaha, Neb.
HAVE YOU TRIED
J u It V BEB.1.
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated
Are you so Languid that any exertion re
quires more of an effort than you feel capable
Then try JUfiL'BENA, the wonderful
Tonic and Invigorator, 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 a short time, only to let I be sufferer
tall to a lower d: ptb of misery, but it is a
vegetable tonic deling directly on the liver
It regnlates the BoweKo,uiets ihe nerve',
and gives Mich a healthy tone to the whole
system as to so n make the invalid feel like a
Its operation is not violent, but is charac
terized by great gentleness ; the patient e.
j eriencee no sudden change, no marked re
sults, but gradually his troubles
" Fold their tents likejthe Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new aud untried discovery, but
has been long used with wonderful remedial
results, and is pronounced by the highest
medicai authorities, " the most powerful
tonic and alterative known,"
Ask your druggist for it. For frie by
WM. F. KIDDER & CO., New York. 4w.
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
No. 53 Beaver St., New York.
References by permission.
Messrs. Hobson, Hurtado tc Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government, ll
Wall St; N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National City Bank, 52
Wall St., N. Y.
S. C. Tracy, Esq., Peruvian Consul, 20
Broadway, N. Y. March, H0-3in.
II Hill & BRO., ;
TARBORO', N. C.
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Enquire for the New
8hops near Main Street.
Aug. 23, 1873. ly
GRAND, SQUARE & UPRIGHT
Have reeeived upwards of FIFTY FIRST
PREMIUMS, and are among ; tb best now
made. Every instrument fully warranted for
five years-. Prices as low as the exclusive
use of the very best materials and the most
thorough workmanship will permit. The
principal pianl9ts and composers, . and the
piano-purchasing public of the South "espe
cial y, unite in the unanimous verdict of the
sup. riority ot the 8TIEFF - PIANO. The
DURABILITY of our instruments . is fully
established by over SIXTY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES in the South, using , over 300 ot
our Pianos. .- .
Sole Wholesale Agents for several of the
principal manufacturers of Cabinet and Par
lor Organs ; prices from $50 to $000. A lib
eral discount to Clergymen and Sabbath
A large assortment of second-hand Pianos,
at prices ranging from $75 to $300, always on
Send for Illustrated Catalogue, containing
the names of over 2,000 Southerners who hive
bought and are using the Stieff Piano.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
, Warerooms, No. 9 North Liberty St.,
BALTIMORE, M. D. "
Factories, 84 & 86 Camden St., and 45 & 47
Ferry St. June 13,-tf.
OUR MOTTO !
At D. LICHEN8TEIN & CO'S
N. B. Fine stock Cigars always on band.
May 5, 1874, ly
JULY 31, 1874
For the Enquirer-Southerner.
The following note should preface the
accompanying lines :
Mr. Stamps : I wrote these verses for a
little cousin while she did the thinking. I
am a girl though large enough to go school.
If you are a married man 1 hope you can
appreciate and encourage little children, but
if you are not, I am afraid you'll think me
silly and not publish my little friend's solilo
quy: A BABY'S SOIILOQUY.
l'se des one year old to-day,
A very fine peet babe dey lay,
Dough all on me praises bestow,
I must i:ever be vain I know.
My yigbt name I tan hardly tell,
l'se tailed by so many well,
I taint yite half ; but lays mammee,
l'se her own seel baby Annie.
Dan-ma tails mc : peet little pet,"
Says l'se de best babe she ever met ;
Dan-pa says l'se his " iltle pig,"
Den I dance for bin. a nice jig.
I'm es happy as 1 tan be,
For every one seems proud of mp,
No one has ever hit me a lick,
l'se so lucky I ne er get tick.
4 wish all folks could ever be
Like me, fuin sorrow ever Iree,
But tis de toinnion fate of all,
In each one's life some vain must fall.
l'se tired and can no more yite,
So I'll bid all a fond good-night,
Watched by the "Great Emiuauel,"
To sleep will go Annie Daniel.
You can't cut enough in a week
to last you a year, and you can't
advertise on that plan either.
The St. Louis papers satirize the
metropolis of the Northwest by
spelling its name Shecawgo.
That was a bright little child
who inquired "Ma, when cows die,
do they go to the 'iniiky way V '
Said a justice to an
prisoner, on the dav
of his trial,
' e want nothing
but little of that.'
but silence, and
A Down East clergymen recently
lost two pairs cf rubbers wrapped
up in a circus poster. He is care
ful to state that th? poster was
An unsophisticated person once
declined a plats; of macaroni soup
with the remark that they ' couldn't
palm off any tiled pipe-stems on
The people of Toulo ise must be a
hard set. A writer speaking of the
city says : ' It is a large town, con
taining 00,000 inhabitants built en
tirely of brick.'
A lady recently applied to a fire
insurance company for a position
agent. When asked what her qual
ifications were, she touched her un
A little boy was asked about the
story of Joseph, and if he knew
what wrong his brethren did in
disposing of him, when he replied,
'I suppose they Mild him
! murder, provei
man ;n rested tor
that oil that Tiitjht
j it nd at
word to the
fact saved him.
is, and so fertii.
A greenhorn sat a long time ver'
attentively musing upon a cane
bottom chair, vlt length he said,
'I wonder what fellow took the
trouble to find all them ar holes and
put straws around 'em ?'
A good way to restore a man ap
parently drowned, is to first dry him
thoroughly, inside and out, and
then clap a speaking-trumpet to his
ear and inform him that his mother-in-law's
k Yes, sir,' said a Michigan 4th
of July orator, Putnam went right
into tha wolf's den, dragged her out,
and the independence of America
Have you got a little Indian
there ?' asked the engineer as we
passed a yourfg squaw with her pa
poose, standing at a depot on the
Pacific Railroad. 'No!' she re
plied: 'half Injun, half Injuneer.
Some schoolboys meeting a poor
woman driving asses, one of them
said to her, ' good-morning, mother
of 'asses.' 4 Good-morning, my
child,' was the reply.
The Schoolmen of the Evening
Star thus sharpen an old saw :
'The young man who-parts-his-hair-in-tho-middle
and his money are
This is what Plato said to his
lady love :
Thou gazest on the stara :
Oh, would I were the skies,
That I might gaze on thee
With all my thousand eyes!
Don't be stubborn unless you are
sure you can aiford it. Right in the
midst of the late panic, an Iowa
man chose to be perversely obsti
hate. His daughter wanted a $90
silk dress, and he wouldn't get it,
and he lost 60 by the operation.
She took cold poison, and the fu
neral expenses were $150.
A country newspaper says that,
in reply to a question from the lec
ture committee of the chief town of
the district, as to the subject of a
lecture to be given at the institu
tion, the lecturer telegraphed, ' A
Taste of Naples and Rome.' The
operator made it read, ' A Taste of
Apples and Rum.'
A man who was seen coming out
of a Texas newspaper office with his
nose split open, one eye gouged out,
and an ear chewed off, explained to
a policeman that he was not a sub-
scriber to the paper he had simply
entered the office to ascertain if the
editor was in. ' And he was in,' he
" Naked Justice on a Gate Post.
Our old friend, Judge Tom
Farrar, of Lake Providence, says
the New Orleans Picayune, who is
known 'throughout the State as a
lawyer and jurist of eminent abili
ties, and a gentleman of most lova
ble character, tells at his own. ex
pense, and with the keenest gusxo,
a story which we think too good to
lose. It appears that some years
ago, while riding through one of
the prettiest districts of North
Louisiana, he came, about sundown,
to a creek which was so deep as to
necessitate a swimming feat. The
Judge, being a man of vigorous and
invincible determination, no sooner
realized this emergancy than he
promptly dismounted, undressed
himself with great despatch, and at
tired only in his high plug hat and
a pair of spectacles, bestode his
gallant cob and urged him to the
After a desparate struggle the
other side was gained, and the Judge
again dismounting, this timewith a
profound sigh of relief, was about
to resume his integuments, when
the horse, prompted by some dia
bolical spirit, started from his side
and trotted slowly down the road.
Of course, the Judge had no
recourse but to trot after him, and
thereupon there ensued on3 of the
most remarkable and picturesque
chases ever known in history or tra
dition. The horse appeared to have
no motive save that of keeping a
certain distance ahead of the Judge
an.' of finding some comfortable
barnyard where he might refresh
himself after such gigantic efforts.
The Judge, whatever might have
been his ambitions, confined himself
to the effort of keeping the truant
beast in sight, it must have been
a cheerful and invigorating ex
pel ince to see the Judge trotting
briskly along that smooth and sandy
road, his venerable plug hat pulled
over his eyes, and his spectacles
bobbing up and down upon his nose
The chase was long and the mois
ture of the great exertion would
gather on his brow, and then, when
he reached around for his handker
chief, alas ! it wa3 not there. All
of which had the effect of impress
ing the Judge with his very peculiar
and untortunate situation, ana ims
parting renewed play and lightness
to his legs
So the two bowled pleasantly
along, preserving a steady relative
distance, until just as tne settm
sun was reddening the distant hills
and touching the Judge's manly
form with gold, the horse whisked
suddenly into a gate and bolted
with eager haste toward a stable
dimly visible in the distance
lhe tarm nouse sat in a grove
of trees whose shadows made a great
darkness round it, and from this
grove, as the Judge was scampering
furioush! ifter his horse and ward
robe, there issued sundry yellow
dogs, surly of mien and shaggy of
The Judge felt that it would be
utterly impossible, under these
j circumstac ccs toasgume that majesty
of aspect and fearlessness of gaze
which is currently believe 1 to b
the correct thing with dogs, and so
triftiitlv gnte post near at
give one wild bound am
reached its summit just as t lie lean
est and fiercest of the the dog.- snap
ped viciously at his legs.
W hen the uproar had subsided and
the Judge realizing the absurdity
of the situation, had regained his
customary frame of mind, a female
voice was heard calling from the
" Who's there ?"
" A fellow creature in distress
" Where are
" On the gate post," said the
Judge, beginning to enjoy the joke
" What can 1 do for vou:
It was too much. The Judgs'
old humor and quizzical love
merriment came over him.
" Call off these doss and bring
me all the fig leaves on the place.'
"Young Men for War."
" The late General Halleck,
bis book on 'Military bcience ana
Art,' has a very interesting chapter
on the age of generals of the
world, in which he shows, by
powerful array of statistics that
with a few exceptions, nearly al
the successful campaigns of history
have been fought by young men
trustavus Adoiphus was a mere
infant of seventeen when he opened
war against llussia, .roiana and
Denmark, and crushed their com
bined forces on land and on the
Baltic. He was twenty when th
crown ot subjugated itussia Jay a
his feet, and his dazzled general
vainly besought him to usurp it; bu
thirty-four when he poured like
devastating torrent through Austri
taking eighty fortresses and forcing
the "invincible Ferdinand II.
pray for peace.
At twenty years old the boy
Alexander set the warlike states ot
Greece under the heel of Ma
cedonia, and at twenty-one, with
an army of less than 50,000 al
told, swept like a deluge ever Asia
conquering Darius's army of 600,
000 men in the most decisive battle
Hannibal, at twenty-five, startl
ed the world for all time by leading
his army ot ty,U00 men over the
Alps, and shaking the power of
Rome to its very foundation.
-And the greatest and younger of
all, Napoleon. Taking Toulon at
t ,-cntythree and Piedmont at
twenty-four; establishing a governs
ment for France at twenty-five;
revolutionizing the whole art of war
at twenty-six; crushing a coalition
of all Europe at twentyseven;
overrunning Egypt at twentynine;
Consul and virtual ruler of France
8t thirty; sovereign of France and
king-maker of Europe
at thirtythree ! Genius , is never
j so sublime as when coupled with
, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
At our Store can be found " a' fine
PRINTS, PLAIN DOMESTICS AND
The finest stock of
BOYS, YOUTHS' AJSI MENS'
ever brought to this market before. The latest
Hoots x& SlbLos
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Oall and convince yourself.
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention ofplanter aud others Is aga;.n
called to the above old and reliable niakfc of
Cotton Gins. They are furnished this year
greatly improved, and nothiug which an ex
perience of thirty years in their manu
facture could su2est has been left undone to
wake them the most reliable and perfect Cot
ton Gin in market. As the result of our
efforts we need only refer to their established
reputation and wide-epreadfpopularity. For
Perfection of Workmanship, Strength, Dura
bility, Light Running, and quantity and qual
ity of lint produced, we challenge competi
tion. We are prepared to warrant to any
reasonable extent perfect satisfaction to every
planter or operator. The Gins are sold at
the lowest possible prices for good machines,
and on reasonable terms. We Invite exam
ination of the samples in the 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 agents or by addressing
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pender & Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May 8th, 1874 ly.
ll. T. COKER,
AGENT FOR THE
Celebrated Wheeler &c "Wilson
Which SURPASSES all other Machines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to $73.
The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Office on Pitt St reet, a few floors from Main,
TAUBOUO', IV. C.
Dec. 7, 1872. ly
HE nndersigned has taken tho Agency
for this section, for WM. E. TANNER
& CO., of the
tie mi!! furnish any machinery of their make
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
posed new machinery, thereby saving much
delay in correspondence and the expense of
a trip to their shops. The Engines and
Baw Mills built at these shops are gaining ni
favor with our people every day.
Pleasure will be taken in pom ting out the
peculiar features and advantages -of these
machines. H. A. WALKER,
Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works, '
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C.
33 una g- i
PBA1.ER IN ,
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
SsO., SrO. SsC
Opposite the " Enquirer" Office,
:; " TARBORO, N a- .
of - '
white linen Brown
I HlELflROffl &
DIG BREAK IN PRICES
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUST
Bought Since the
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
turned from New York with a large and well
selected svot-k of
Swiss Muslins, Nain
sook, Victoria Lawns, Jaco
net Cambrics, Piques,Lineu Lawn?,
Hamburg and Cash's Staudard Trimmings,
Hemstiched and 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. CATLIN.
Tarboro', N. C, April 27, 1S74.
WE would call the special attention of
Planers who ruin so many mules, by
working to Cotton Gins, to the above
Simple, Cheap and Valuable
One of these Engines of 4 1-2 horse power,
will run ten hours with half cord of wood,
and will carry any size Gin, up to 80 saws,
with perfect ease, and will run regularly, gin
ning cotton in a most satisfactory manner.
We woald undertake to vj down an En
gine of the size named at Tarboro' Depot for
Col. J. R. Lauier, of Williamston, N. C,
nsed one of them last season, to whom any
person might refer. If planters wish them it
would be well to let us have their orders in
June and July. Call and examine cut, and
also Bariield Cotton Gin, for which we are
S. S. NASH & CO., Agents.
June 5, 1S74. tf
THREE ROOMS OVER THE BRICK
Store, third door from the Court House.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO.
. Tarboro', Feb. C, 1874. tf.
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
Will be disposed of on easy terms to respou
sible partiea, by
- II. A. WALKER,
at Foundry in Tarboro, N. C.
March 30, 1874. . . 3m.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONS,
The Teruvian 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
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own - YitalizUui
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures athousand ills," simply
by Toning up ,Invig 'orating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of the body,
repairing' damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre.
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the von
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, LdTer Com.
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar-
Chills and Fevers, Ilumors,
Loss, of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad slate of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects tire not foU
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and neio
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP bloivn in the glass:
SETH W. FOWLER SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 Milton Place, Boston.
Solo bt' Deugcists oeji er allt.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from Or9 to Twenty Minutes,
NOT ONE HOUR
after rea'ing this advertisement neoi anyone
SUFFER WITH PAIN'.
HADWATS READY RELIEF IS A CrRE FOE
It was the first and is
Tho. Only Pain Remedy
that instantly stop tho mot excmciatlns pain. allars
Inflammation, and curs Conceptions, Tvhetlier ot' tfifl
Limps, Stomach, lioweis, or oilier glands or organs, by
IN FKOM ONE TO TWENTY LTKCTES.
no matter hnw violent or excruciating the pain the
RHEUMATIC, B&l-ridi'en, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may sutler,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OH" THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OP THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
S0P.E THROAT, DIFFICULT BKEATHINO.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CP.3UP, DIPTHERiA.
COLD CHILLS, AGTTB CHILLS.
The application ot the Brady Itollcf to the part or
parH where the pain or difficulty exists will afford ease
Twenty drops in hair n tumbler or water will lnafrw
moments cure CRAMPS. SPASMS, SOUR 8TOMA'H,
HEARTBURN, SICK HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA.
DYSEXTF.RY. COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers shoult'. ahvavs carry a bottle or Itnd
nay'n Ready ISellef with tliein. A few drop in
water will prev. nt Hickne's or pains from chaime of
v;cr. It is lienor than French brandy or Bitten a a
FEVXR AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cnned for fifty cents. There U
not a remedial agent in this worM that will cure Fever
and A?nc. and all oilier Mulnrion, Bilous, Scarlet
Tvphoid, Yellow, and other Ferera aided tv KAD
WAY U P1LL8I so ijulelc fi RADWAY'S READY KK
LIEF. Fifty cents ht bottle.
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD INCREASE
OF FLKSH AND WKIG'iT CLEAR SKIN ANi
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEiluN SECURED TO ALL.
THE GREAT FLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MATE THE MO f ASTONXsTTCNf! CURES : SO
iUCK. S) HAP1J ARE TI1K CHANGES, THE
ROPY CKDER'SonS, UNDER THE INFLUENCE
OP- THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
Every Bay aa Increase in Flesh
ani Welffht is Seen and Felt.
Every drop of tho S U1SAFARILLIAN RESOL
VENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat Urine,
ami other Flui'lsand lo'.ees of the t-vstem the viijor ot
life, for It repair'1 tho wafMesof tho body with new and
sound '.iiate;l;il. Serottda, T'Mii--1. Consumption.
Glandular iH-i'aso. Ulcer In tne throat. Month, Tu
mors, Ned :-'"i i he UiAnd-Minil other parrs of thesystem.
Sore E'cs. :P Tumorous discharges iroui the Ears, and
the worst Jtmns of Skin diea-es Eruptions, Fever
Sores, Scald Head, Rin Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Acne. Iilfjk .Spots, Worms in the Fiebh. Tumors. Caa
cers in tw vVoinb. and all weakening and painful dis
charges, Nipht Sweats. Lossoi Sperm and ail wastes of
the life principle, are within the enrative range ot this
wonder of Modem Cucmistry, and a lew days use will
prove to any person usine it for either ot these forms of
disease Its potent power to cure them.
If tho p iticnt, dally becoming reduced by the wastes
Rod dt-comnosilioD that is continually progressing, suc
ceeds In arreatinK those wastes, and repairs the same
with new materia! made from healthy blood and this
the SARSAPARILLIAN will and docs secure a euro
is certain: for when mice this remedy commences iti
work of purification, and succeeils.ln diminishing
loss of wastes, its repairs wiil be rapid, and every day
the patieM will leel hitnsLlf u-rowiuc bettor and stronger,
the food digesting better, appeeiu: improving, and iieh
and weight increasing.
Not only does the SsassriniLLiAN Rejolvwt excel
alt Itnowu remedial agents luthectiro of Chronic. Sen
tulous. Constitutional, and Skin diseases; but it s the
ouiy pesiii ve euro for
Kidney & Uladder Complaints,
Urinarv and Wnmh diseases. Gravel, Dtabetea, Dropsy,
stoppage of Waicr. Inootitinuuceof Urine, Bright'sDls-en-e,
A'.lmmin'.iria, and in all cases where there are
bru t diistdepo5its.or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed
with substances like the white of an egg, or threads like
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, and when there u
a pricknu, burning sensation when passing water, and
pain in the Smuil of the Rack and along the Loins-
Tumor cf 12 Years' Growth
Cured by lladway's liesolvent.
perfectly Jasteless. elreantlv coated with sweet r';,nJ.
purge, regulate, purify, ca anso and strengthen. '
way's Pills, for the cure of n 1 1 d isorders of the Monism".
Liver. Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Dliwes.
Headache. Constipation, Costiveness, Indigestion,
Persia, Biliousness Bilious Feer, inflammation of we
Bowels, Piles, and nil Derancomenu ot the I";''r"l",
Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. '"J1';?
Vegetable, containing no mercury, mineral or dcleieri
"a fewUoses or RADWAY'S TILLS will Lw the '
tern from all the above namefl disorders. Price, lii cent
per Box. SOLD BY DltUGUISTS.
RKAD "FALSE AND TRUE."' Send one K;nc.
R'amp to RADWAY A CO., No. S2 Warren St , Net
Yor information wortn thousands will be sent ) ou
' SESDf STASnM ORTCrBSUCAa
PLUMMER, LEWIS &CO., A
jy 0, 1373.-ly. TarWro',