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N EW ADY ERTISEMENTS.
Neuralgia, Piles, Headache,
Diarrhopa, lioils, Soreness,
Lamewss, Barns, Sprains,
I Toothache. Scalds, Wonnds,
; Throat. Ulcers, liruises,
3 Khpumatisuu Hemorrhages,
H.mUU'ilaniii; Httcd hv UOl'.KHT I.
.-I.U, Esi., of ..'.('(; f .v.-
'urolina, is note : i' l r the r
.'.'.Hi (.r'('(; ..'..
An oxpert corps of Musicians will be in
rc;iiliiu'ss ilurin-r the season lo f;ive zest and
pleasure to the fleeting hours.
A First-Class Har, Billiard Rooms, Bowling
F( Mi THK SEASON OF I'NDKII A Alley.-, and a Shouting (iallery. is attached to
Yachts and How Boats lor llunliiiir and
U-.'iV over the waters ot the n .ii'or, iviui a ris-iun; Mriu-s, iiim .uiuii;, .uiu mil m..u-
N E V I A N A (.F.MK.NT.
This Hotel is beai:ti!!illv siiuau'd iiainedi-
lliie" view ot Fort Ma. on. Old Topsail Inlet,
ami tin" Atlantic Ocean The i'id- liovvs
semi-daily under the l':!!.:.'.iiv, thereby pro
moting cleanliness ami coo'.n.'-.-s, wliile (lies
-.iv.d mosquitoes are ahuo.-; u-l.nown. This
is the only Hotel so t'averahly ;!r.."i d o;: the
The I'uildiug is so ccr.i!".U';c,i a to n r.der
it peculiarly dcsirahle to ihi-.-j-cking l.iUh
THE ROOMS are comti.od'o;;.- at:d ... -et ?si
ble to the sea hre.ze, w'.'h ;i'.a.:-.z.!s uti the
Sea-l'ront, and dehghtlitl j'h'.tik iv.ii:.-, tree
from sand and da-;, tor :!.. .!!;. ym-'iit of ; . -.ie!ria
BATHING lloTSES. iua:: titled on: on
an ituproved pla't, are atta. !scd to the lio-.ci,
where iriicsts can cciov ;!:e refre.-hitig sea
bath. THE SL'KF is mi - !n..: attr.uti.e ! att::s
aired, can b- had at any timo to convey per
sons to such points as is desired.
A CTUKil ET (iUOrXl) lias been arranged
for the the use of the Ouests ol the fcotol,
where all who delight in this healthy and
beautiful game may do so, Free ol Charge.
THE TABLE will be supplied with every
article to be found at the first-class Hotels of
the interior, besides Oysters, Esco'lops, Soit
Crabs, Sea Turtle, Terrapins, Lobsters, and
every variety of Fish abounding in the pro
lific waters ot the Harbor and Ocean.
An abundant supply i f Ice has becu provi
ded, which will be furnished our ("uests, free
The subscriber having had much experi
ence (at home and abroad) iu Hotel keeping,
and aided by competent and courteous Assis
tants, flatters himself by strict attcutiou to
business, ana with a corps ol well trained
of this justly celebrated Mnnmcr i esoi :. cud a!U obliging servants at his command, he will
toriaer patrons will reco-mze a decided isn- Lo able to sive entire satisfaction to all who
rovement in me v. omiLiojtoiis i'rc.--ug
: corns, conveniently locate.', u; ori the heat h.
A LAKE, inclosed ueur :'.; II.:-e!, will af
rd faeiUties to guests who do not c.irc to u"
Surf, to l-asr.e an.: o-.iru the art ot 4 .-, . i u
may patronize him.
TERMS: Per I):y, .50: One Week,
jio.00; Two Weeks, ?J.").lH) ; Three Weeks,
:r 00; Four Weeks, -::. 00 ; Calendar Month,
t'UE BALL BO i.M ha h. en con-irinicd
v r the water, on the se i-front ot the ilotc!,
I c ing a suspension roof .V".. fe. towri!,
40 feet hiiih. and sidetniid vi'v ot" the Bali
t.'.-om is had from the i'iax.za or dalleiic-. addressed to
i e Ball Room will be lighted nhh Silvered
V 1 UelleCling Chandeliers.
Children and Servants, half price. Special
ai raimeiueiils with Families and Excursion
All business communications should be
GEO. W. CHARLOTTE,
I.uie o. l74.-:2in. Proprietor.
HAVING removed to their Handsome New Brick Store, next door
to R. II. Austin ec Go's OH Stand, beg leave to announce to their
fVieuds and the public senerally, that the v liive now on hand one of the
I n vest and best assortments of Goo Is ever offered to this market, and
which they will offer at prices that
Their S:o;k counts .f a resit variety of Superior
Mii ab'.e fi MEN" -. Yi'UTli' and COY'S Wear.
I 1NG." How either sex may lasciuale
and gain the love and atlections of any per
son they choose instantly. This simple men
tal acquirement all can possess, free, by mail,
lor X.iC, togetner Willi a marnagu n"lu,i
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
Weddimr-Nhrht Shirt, &c. A queer book. Ad
dress T. Wl LL1A M & CO. Pubs. Phila. 4v.
Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CAUB0L1C TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY
Sold by Druggists.
MARY SHARP COLLEGE.
ESTABLISHED IN ISM. This old and cel
ebrated Female School is situated In the pro
verbially health v town of Winchester, on a
bench of Cumberlaiu Mountains, Tennessee.
Commences its annual sessions often months
ou the First Monday in September. Still
under its lust and only President, .
(i raves. LL.l). for thoroughness nud cheap
ness of education is not excelled by any
chool iu the South. Send far Catalogue
containing all essen'ial particular.
4w. G. S. WALMSLfci, Treasurer.
FRIDAY, : : : : AUG. 7, 1374
Written for the Ktiquirer-Souliierner
Ahis too true ! her boy ir, dead,
Ilis spirit is on high,
Yet in his dying agony.
His mother was not by.
She knew not Death's cold td ;net.
Upon his luow was pressed,
That never more his little Lead.
Would pillow !ii her breast.
Kind lovitii! friend's stood round higcoucli,
They caught each lo ik and tone,
For in their he.trts li was beloved
As if he were Uieir own.
Dr. Sharp'? Specific cures Dyspepsia. Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Vomiting of Food,
tsonr Stomach, Water brash, Heartburn, now
No Disgrace to Work.
When Lysander, the Lacedae
monian general brought some hand
some presents to Cyrus, the young
est son of King Darius, the Prince
politely led his guest through his
extensive gardens, and showed him
their vrrious beauties.
The General was much gratified
with what he saw, and he could not
find words to express his pleasure.
"Everything charms me," he
said, but what strike nie most is
the exquisite taste and wonderful
industry of the person who drew
the plan of these gardens."
Cyrus modestly replied, " I
drew the plan, and many of these
T) i . , i trees were planted by my own
I hey prayed thr.t -, 1 1 his distant home, hi" J J
God would their hearts prepare, j liaiHtS.
And soften witit his gracious Love. i The General was so much sur-
The woe they'd cany there. j prised, that the young Prince ads
dcJ, " 1 assure you that when my
health permits, I never sit down to
tabic to ea without having first
earned an appetitte by labor of
s ntie sort."
Sensible people have been found
in nil oges and countries, and 1
shall prove this point by selecting
i.i y examples at random, and with
wide spaces of n'me and distance
bei tveen (hem.
On a dark, December day, in
! 1721, ii friendless youth, of eigh-
. ! tri" years, entered a London pnnt-
The hymn ' rV. ecntcutii.-J iJlS !-so, seeking for emploaent.
Old hundred. i " Where are you from ?" asked
i the foreman.
An excellent combination Do!- " America,- w..fc !,
l;irs and sense. i " h " said the foreman. ir
. - ,
T h a t prayer w as heard lie sent, a dream.
Ami when the morning broke,
Thai mother in trembling, iistetdug drea-1.
Awaited the sorrow till stroke.
It feli ! the soVnm pageant:, lame.
At the lonely sttri-set hour,
1 Iringing to that stricken home.
Their crushed and withered llower.
Now lying beneath the pities, he ;,.,!,,
They siith his iiiounfu'i lay.
Help tlier.i to say ' Thy will !.. .ione'
For him 'lis Kletiisi! ih,v.
L. HIELBRONER & BRO.
At our Store can bo found a line assortment
PRINTS, PliAirV DOMESTICS AND DRR8S GOODS,
It has been ascertained thai two
Ainei iesi ! a lad from America seek-
and too do not make four.
O lit 1 I
i lug ciiinioyment as a printer : ven,
! do vou really understand the art of
What roof covers the most aoisy ; printing ? Can you really set type?"
tenant? The roof of the month. The intelligent looking lad made
i no reply, but going up to one of the
There is one suit, in which a man .
in a few minutes set up this
Spirits. e. In thirty-live years never tailin-r i never tee! comi stable, and teat H I V(,r,r. from the first, chanter of St
to cure the most obstinate ; cases Sold by I a law-suit. T,,1 'c J - " Vatl.ariAl said
drucsrists generally. H .vi iinAKU, atm v-ova .
lor Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eiirhth St., j , - ! UlltO him. Call any 20oi thlDSS COme
2s. V. Circulars niaileit on application. 4v j Hie JiCV.
200 TIASOS ami ()R(iAXS i on vour death 1 ed
New and Second-Hand, of First-Class Mak- i
crs, will be sold at Lower Trices for cash, or
on lnstallmcuts, or ior rent, in City or
out of Nt;zareih ? I'hilip saith unto
him, Cutne and see L40th versej.
1l was done so quickly, so correct
lv, and couvevedso well adeserved
r. v ,-is A'ebuke, that the youth was at once
enquired to work in the omce.
Tliis promising lad was Benjamin
Country, durins this mouth, by HORACE j man in Cincinatti The wcapo
WATERS & SON. No 41 Hroadway, than ; ,n the haiels , i her Ims'):il!-l.
ever before otlercd in New Y'ork, Specialty : ,
D: .1 i ... 1 . :i .1... !
ev pays the price ot the instrument, nius-; A littie gin ot citit t ten sum trankim, who is numbered among
tratcd catalogues mailed. A lar?e discount ; mer:; beinV'ssked v, li:tt du.-: was, ' the great ones of the earth.
to Ministers, Churches, Schools, Lodges, etc. .. , , - , . ; r nft a
icuneu 111:11 il ! tir: . v. '.tie iiu'iui'iui uai a uti vuv
Rich Farming Lands
j juice Sijtieeze
' American thus introduced himself
' to the London printer, another
r F.rl;.!, 1.-. -.,,..... ,.,t... fl, I . . ,. e . . .nr
ftV fnr Vllp Vorv rhPin 1 ' ? WV"V "' -ut : stnp.in oi sixteen sec ou -rum ma
IOr ''rJ tRCap . j strange charge against its that there ; quiot Virginia home, to survey the
tex years credit, interest only ; is no American Punet!. i)';d he itjimense tracks of wild land be
t; I lr cent. (ever goto a church fair. ' longing to Lord Fairfax, in the
SF.I1 Villi "TUP. PIOXCRR " i , ... . , - i Alleghany mountains. Although
a handsome Illustrated "aper, containing the ! of boot, ,v,, k(1 ' u , , W,M' ton, and bred he IS not above
Homestead Law . A New Number just pub- , , D0t' ' i . ,,'UIl-0C1 WOl k. as 1.0 is Setting off, With a
lished. mailed lree to ail parts ol the world, j "u'c, .mu .uicicu, vun home f
O. F. DAVIri,
Land Commissioner U. P. R. R.,
HAVE YOU TRIED
u 11 u n it is . i .
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated ?
Are you 60 Languid that any exertion re
fjnires more of an effort than you feel capable
of making ?
surprise "why, two, of course."
stout heart, to carrv out the pur"
: poses of his employer. In early
Lady visitor to a smart little cirl ! c1-100'1 he had been taught in
My dear,do vou know if your mam- the Church Catechism, that he
ma is etao-ed': Smart liale irl i luust hc c05ltcnted to ''do 7" dutV
Engaged? Why shu's married.'
n that state of life to which it
plcasetli God to call him.
Dear me,' said a good old lady- This he always tried to do, and
who was unable to keen up with her : when he had proved himself faith
j work, 'I shall be lad when i et ful in little, every day matters, his
Then try JUKI HENA, the wonderful in0 eternity so to have plenty 1 leaverJv Father intrusted him with
Tonic and Iuvifrorator, which acts go beneli- c c ,. . '
daily on the secretive organs as to impart of time for everything. more important ones.
Landi:nl' ( fiercelvV
a8 Si ts events' Fur
lushing Ciotds9 Notions,
Trunks, Valises, Uni
brellas, &c, &c.
For the handsomest Prints, go to II. Mcrris & Bro.
F.r the nandsomest Dress Goods, such as Poplins, Grenedines, Lenos, Al
pacas, Lawns, Picques, &c, &e., go to II. Morris & Bro's.
For the best fitting and best styles of Clothing, go to II. Morris & Bro's.
For a handsome New Spring Stylo Silk ITats, and Various other Hats for
Men, Youths, Boys, Children, Ladies and Misses, go to TI. Morris &
If you want a suit of Clothes made to your own order, go to II. Morris &
merchant Tailoring in all its Branches.
A good fit always guaranteed. Garments cut at short notice. Call and
examine our immensa stock of
CLOTHS, CASSUIERES, LttEXS, &C,
suitable for the season.
WHITE DUCK SUITS
DOUBLE BREASTED WHITE VESTS,
of the handsomest patterns, in er.d'.oss variety.
Don't fail lo call and examine our Goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
H. Morris & 15ro.
Tarbnro, May '.'th, 171.
vigor to all the vital forces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu-
t.tuc r..i- a ch.-kct tM.,u ...Ot? . li.t rl.i. ciill.i,.r
fall to a lower d. eih' ot misery, but it is a i I"t occupy that 'bed v. I'll yoii'' l.o ts
vegetable tonic aeiinr ilircctly on the liver , ; ; ,., ,- :J,.!- ( ) .
stnd spleen. . . , , -
It retaliates the i5owcls,(uiels the m-rve-, ; '"e ,I-','V ;:i; m t pa;
and jrive such a le-althy tone to tier whole i catl t b'li't !!:!. !! 1
system as to so m make the invalid feel like a
Its operation i- not violent, tut is cnarac
The voting survc-vor was George
J. N. N.
t :i . , 1 1 1
terized by sjieat gentleness ; the patient e- j S,,J i i!a''e a d!":Vr
perieneee no ?udden ch autre, no iuarkl re- ' ' '.,', ,
suits, but tradually his troubles ; OSteli -1 . V I'--t':i!!e
' Fold their tent-, lii.cjthe Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery, 1 ul
has been long used with wonderful remedial i years
results, and is pronounced by the highest I
niedieai authorities, "the most powerlul
tonic and alterative known,"
Ask your drutririst lor it. For side by
WM. F. KIDDER & CO., New York." 4w.
. e .-. j
! -tr-et ears
edins: Cotton Grins.
V"e arc now jircm '.,' f ' rut 'v. these Celchratctl Gins, and
'art irs irio in end hatin j this sa.vnt. arc respectfully retnest
ed, In send in th , ir order.-- :oi Th - advantages of this Gin are:
Hie attendance of no c.vjc-
in'i.'i the lahor of one hand : trill
' lime than ami other Gin
that it is most i ronum tea I .-
; icii red. gin nn' a r.tl d t -! ."'
inch ill ore ('nil on ': n givei: .
ils': ncecr i,l:,i Ihc I.ia!. losin v no time and ' inahiticJ
a iii-ore even a:: d !, !.- nn-iile: trill i ti it Ion Jer irifh out whetting
r sharpening ; lite .-. f-frcdrr n-il! ?,l. ca rrtj I the saws any
ha rdsuhxlcncr.il ha I will injured, in ,saclt(i s roccs,nails,stichs,
hard mini a lured holts. ir'nich also render the danger from
J tre much less: picks the .-. , (' cleaner than any other Gill in
u se, t Ii erehy ma Lin g la rgcr yield, lie fore buying any other Gin
he sure to send fa Ci rcuiur containing Testimonials front well
Hymans & Dancy,
SSiTEEAL AGENTS FOR VlSQIinA AND NOSTH CABOLINA,
Farmers, Agriculturists and Dealers iii
Fertilizers have now an opportunity of ob
taining this valuable manure in SMALL OR
LARtiE LOTS, at IMPORTERS' PRICES,
bv 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 te Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government, M
Wall St. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National City Bank, 52
Wall St., N. Y.
S. C. Tracy, Esq., Peruvian Consul. '-'0
Broadway, N. Y. March, 20-3m.
M. L HUSSEY & BRO.,
TARBORO', N. C.
ALL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupy their NEW
CARRIAGE 8HOPS. Enquire for the New
Shops near Main Street.
Aug. 2;J, 1873. ly
GRAND, SQUARE & UPRIGHT
Have received upwards of FIFTY FIRST
PREMIUMS, and are among the 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 pianists and composers, and the
piano purcnasing public of the South espe
cially, unite iu the unanimous verdict of the
superiority ot the STIEFF PIANO. The
DURABILITY of our instruments is fully
established by over SIXTY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES in the South, using over 300 of
Sole Wholesale Agents for several of the
priuei pal manufacturers of Cabinet and Par
lor Organs ; prices from $50 to f 000. A lib
eral discount to Clergymen and Sabbath
A largre assortment of second-hand Pianos,
at prices ranging from $75 to $300, always ou
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 & 80 Camden St., and 45 & 47
Perry St. June 12,-tf.
At D. LICHENSTEIN & CO'S
N. B. Fine stock Cigara always on band.
May 6, 1874. ly
A Sharp Answer.
Tin- Independent recently tried
; i niist ;!ie hev. Dr. II. L. Dabney.
tn iiainp'icii bi-tney, V a., as one o
ir contributors, upon " religious
ai.d otl-cr themes to oe assigned
h;m, and tube treated according to
his u'.vu convictions. Dr. Dabnev
replies to the editor, llev. Mr,
Iiaycs Ward, in a vigorous letter
What is the difference between . ti;it'-;l June oth, which undoutedly
one of the sides of a riht angled . expresses the views ot multitudes o
triangle and a cortan domestic uten ' ortuouox writers and readers re
sil at the tea table'.' One is a by- spotting the influence of that news
pothenuse and the other i- a teapot ; P:,Per- declines to give the
in use. ; proprietors of the Independent "the
, use ot his name to help them to in
The Philadelphia Star a.-!:s : ; troducc their newsnaner into i
" Which weighs tiic n;c.-t, a pound ; number of Southern families where
ol ieatliers or a pound ot -logs ."' all its (to them) startling novelties
The Hartford Times replies : "First ; would be sure to be read," and
pound your dug, and I lien y.u will i says : " Neither my common sense
see what his way ;s." , nor rav conscience permit me to ac
,,,, , : cede to this bargain." He objects
. A liat iS the rc'ue!1t foat in c;!t- 1 lirmly to the secular, political and
nig way ever known.' lhat recorded hltir,oi;nnri;1T1 tlilnl nn'n,;nlM
of a man who commence,! by bolting ofthat journa and C0n,;iude8r by
... ...... ........... ....... uj; u. saying : " 1 could by no means per
witiuoTv, urn u en sat uown mm ; Ulit my own S0Q9 t0 read Independ
swauowea a waoie story.. , ent statedly . the olden rule" res
We find the following item in an I (luires '?e t0 (1e same way
been iu retirement for weeks after
marrying and hurrying three sisters
The finest stock of
BOYS, YOUTHS -A "KTTrv m."w.T-
ever brought to this market before. The latest
The best fitting white linen Brown
GJEJVTS FURjYISHIJG GOO Its.
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints
and is offered to the public'
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis
Croup, AYhooping Cough
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,'
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistar's
"Efltogs?, does llot cliy UP a
behind,' as'1 ilejiYe the cause
most preparations8!; with
loosens and cleanses tfi&
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause ot
BETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Boston, Maai.,
And sold ly Druggists and Dealers generally.
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
' ' ,,mmm
BIG BREAK IN PRICES I
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUST
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST FAINS
(n from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after rcating thi3 advertisement need anyone
SUFFEK WITH PAIS.
RADWAY'S READY RELIE? IS A CURB F0H
It was the first and Is
TIi o Only Pain. liempdr
that Instantly stops (hc most excrnciatinc pains, allrj
Inflaraniationa, and cures Congestions, wiietheru! tbe
Langs. Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, bv
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excrnciatint; the pin ttn
RHEUMATIC, Bed-ri.iden, Infirm. Crippled. Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WLT, AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION" OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BKEATtlTNO.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS. CROUP, UIPTHEKIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the Ready HcHefto the part or
parts where the pain or ditlicultv exists will afford ease
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will in afw
moments cure CHAMPA SPASMS. SoL'tt STOVAi'H,
HEARTBURN, SICK HEADACHE. WAKWloEA,
DYSENTERY. COLIC. WIND IN THE BOWELS.
i and ai! INTERNAL PAINS.
! Travelers should alwnvs enrrv a bottle of Had
i nay'a Ready Relief with iheui. A lew dn.i in
j waitr will prevent sickness or pains from change o:
water. It is oettrr than f reach Brandy or Bitters a
FEVER AND AGUE.
j FEVER AND AGUE enred for flftv cent. There 1
j not a remedial atrent in this world that will care Fever
ana Aiue, ana an outer Malarious, huoiis. .wit'
Tvphoid, Yellow, and other Fevers aided bv RAD
WAY'S PILLSI so .itiick as RADWAY'S READY Kt
LIEF. . Fifty cents per bottle.
Bought Since the De
HE UNDERSIONE1) HAS -TI ST RE-
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention ofjplanters and others is agiv.n
called to the above old and reliable make of
Cotton Gins. They are furnished this year
greatly improved, and nothing which an ex
perience of thirty years in their manu
facture could suggest has been left undone to
uake them the most reliable and perfect C i-
ton Gin in market. As the result of our 1
efforts we need only refer to their established turned from New York -,vi;b a larsre anil well
reputation and wide-spreadpopularity. For j
Perfection of Workmanship, Strength, Dura- sei,cte! stock ol'
bility, Light Running, and quantity and qnal-!
ity of lint produced, we challenge competi- f Dres s Goods,
uou. t e are prcpareu iu warrant to auy
reasonable extent perfect satisfaction to every
planter or operator. The Gins are sold at
the lowest possible prices for good machines,
as to other people's sons."
This is keen and honest, It has
been somewhat of a mystery to
many people why other orthodox
lims to undo all that they teach,
An interesting iiitle boy, timid j an1 wlloso latitudinarianism covers
when left alouo m a dark room, was i 80 man.v vag!iries and noxious er
overheard uecntly by his mother j 5,rs- Christian Intelligencer. ;
to sav in his Knu-hii . " Lt'i'd, i -
Srxr.KT of Success. A pious
came up smilingly to the alter again I m!l V w.n-v ot"er
yesterday, havine bcSuu or, a new j aml PPu,.ar liters have
family""' patronizea a paper which s
t any ;;.e hint :v, ai.tl I'll
go to church next tfiunliy, and jrivc ! gcntleaian, now near the end
ot his three score years and ten, has
l anded us the following rules, which
he heads, "Secret of Success." We
commend them to all :
1. 1 firm belief in the truth of
2. A strict observance of the
. A regular attendance at Church
4. Punctuality in fulfilling prom
ises. . A constant habit of industry
C. Avoid going in debt and go
ing to law.
7. Live within your means.
Keep no more stock, than you
you some nioev,
A Hartford man keeps a spade
close by his kitchen door, and when
ever a tramp conies along and begs
for a dinner he requested to earn
it by digging four feet square in the
garden, but the trump invariably re
fused to pay this price.
Ben Zinc asked O'Sliea, How
is it that the most reliable account
of the deluge makes no mention
of irishmen having been taken into
the ark '("
"Divila one was there." said
" How. then, was the rat:o nr
petuated ?" qucrred Ben. i can teoa weI1-
" Faith," said O'Shea, t; ia those I Use Jour tools an(1 im"
days the Irish wealthy, and had a ' plements-
boat of their own." ; 10- Be regular in habits of labor,
1 diet and rest.
" How do you do, Mr. Jones?" , 11. Take time to read, and read
said a stranger, Mandly smiling as , instructive books and papers,
he entered the store of a dealer. " J 12. Spend your evenings with
Well, thank you," sti!Tly rejoined j your family.
Mr. Jones. 'Ycu dont seem to know j 13. Buy nothing you do not need,
me; lam Brown, used to live here," H- Mind your own business,
said the visitor. "1 beg ten thousand I 1- -lnd always pay the Minister
pardons Mr. Brown,' said Jones, re- j and Printer in advance.
Iaxing and shaking hands cordiaiy, i The above rules found good after
"excuse me, I thought you were a ! many years of experience and ob.
drummer." "So I am," said Brown. I servation.
Relapse of Jones.
STRONG AND Tmr. P.TCU BLOOD INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIOHT OLBAR SKIN AND
BEAPTIFL'L COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL
THE CHEAT FLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MAPE T!IE VO P ASTOXISHIXO rt'RES: SO
OUH'K. SO KAl'I J ARE TilK ("HASHES, THE
BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER TilK INKLt'ENCK
OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
Every Day aa Increase in Flesl
and Mill is Seen and M
Ev.rV drop of the faPPAIULLIAK RESOL
VENT communicates ti'x-'SS1' il'OO.l, Swfut. Lrlac,
ami ..'Ikt Fluids i Jmcsol the system the v!n..r of
lite tor It " U ' ol the ImhIjt with new and
sound matt-.-ml. S.-n:ii!:i. Svpliilis. :oiiniytioo,
yl...lu!ar ''.freasc. L'lcers in the iliront. Mouth. Tu
niors. Nrik'sin the Glands and other parts of the nyiteiB.
Sore Ers. strnmoroiM .lischarires troni tlie Ear, and
the w.t-M loruiH of Skin di-eaes I-.ru juiofM. 1-V-rer
Sorea, Sf-alil Head. Rinit Worm. Salt Itlie um. Erysipelas.
Acne. lilac Spots, Worms in tHw t4eli. Tumors. Can
cers in tho VY;nl. and all weakening and iminful tlii
chartres, Niht Sweats, Lt8r' Sperm and all wateit
the lite pnncipte, are within the curative range ot ttu
wonder ot M.iderii Chemistry, and a lew days' u.e win
prove to any person using il lor either of these forms o!
disease ifc potent power to cure them.
Il the piiiient. daily becoming: reduced by the wastej
and ilecompositiou that is continually progressing, ?
ceed in arrestinsf these wastes, and repairs the sain
witli new material made from houtthv blood and tlil
the SAI'.SAI'ARILLIAS will and does secure a cure
is ceruim; for when once tltis remedy commences its
work of purification, and succeeds.in"dimiiiihin the
loss of wastes, it repairs will ha rapid, and every day
the natiftit will tetl himself tirowinn better and stroinn-r.
the 'food flic-stinrf bolter, appetite improving, and 1W1
and v.-eiht increosin);. .
Sot o:!ly iloi's the Saksaparilluk Er.soiwi cxtei
ail kr.ov. ii remedial fcgenh- in Hiecnrc of Ohroiiic. scro
fulous, Ooustitutlonal, aiiu Siia Uweawss; hut it is if
which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use. THREE ROOMS OVER THE KRICK ' 1 ' '
m -.a - Store, third door from the Court House. . Kultieil & Uladder Complaints,
-l; . .. . . V. . , T ii " a I Also Two Dwelling nouses. Rest moderate I rt ww.h ,i-Cravcl Disbe'cs. Pr .psy.
The public is myited to call and ex- j Apply t0) " M. WEDDEI.L ft CO. sto"p IS to,inM.;,of Cri.nTBrivhi-. W
aunuc luy iuuL-uiuui uciuic Jurv:ujBiug. , TaruoPO Fell 0 ISTi If
Office on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main, j
TARBORO', W. C. j '
Dec.7,1872. ly 1 WAGflNS rARTS
The Best Ever Made in
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 ail sections of the
cotton planting country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, may be obtained
of our agents or by addressing
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pendkr & Jsnrins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May 8th, 1874 ly.
II. T. OOJXEI.,
Celeloratocl "Wheeler & "Wilson
Which SURPASSES all other Machines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
Swiss Muslins, Nain
sook, Victoria Lawns, Jaco
net Caiulirii?,Pitiuc8,Llnen Lawns,
Hamburg and Cash's Standard Trimmings,
Hemstiched and Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Ties, Collars and Cuffs, in frreat
riety, Belts, Marseilles, Quilts.
Napkins and Table Cloths,
tJents", Ladies' and
Please give him a call before purchasing.
T. H. GATLIN.
Tarboro', N. C, April 27, 1S74.
CI1A1IBERU1, & BAWLS,
fAKALERS IN FINE JEWELRY, FINE
Watches Sterling Silver
Ware-ilTer Plated Ware,
l-Fine Watches Repaired Faithfully
and Scientifically, and Warranted..
TARBORO, N. C.
Jan. 5, 1873. 1-tf
WEBER'S BAKERY !
THIS OLD E8TABLI8HED BAKERY IS
now ready to supply the people of Tar
boro and viciuity with all kinds of
Breads Cakes, French and Plain
L'andies, JYuts, Fruit,
4'c, fie., $c,
embracing every thing usually kept in a First
Class Establishment of the kind.
Thankful for the liberal patronage of the
past the undersigned asks continuation,
with the promise of satisfaction.
Will be disposed of cu easy terras to rcspon
j sible parties, by
11. A. WALKER,
at Foundry in Tarboro' N. C.
j March 20, 1874. " 3m.
ease. Albuminuria, and in all cases when! there urn
bncK dust ueposirs.or me waier m line, ca.w.
with substances liku the wliitoof a:i ers. or thread
lute silli. or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and white hnne-dusi deposit, and wliea Uwro H
a tirickinj. burnin" serusation when jiasslnv water, iw
pain in the SiuiUl of Hie Hack and ttloiu,' the Loins.
Tumor of l'J Years' Growth
Cared, by lludway's liesolvent.
Prlwat Fauaalltes cm alwari kara
tketr Cakes Batfcea hero at aliort-
Orders for Parties & Balls
promptly filled. Call and examine our stock,
next door to Bank of New Hanover.
Not. 4,-ly. JACOB WEBEB.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
SbC, &-C, ScC.
Opposite the "Enquirer" Oflice,
TARBORO, N C.
Dress Making Emporium
MRS. 8. E. SPIER, would respectfully in
forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and vicin
ty that she has opened an establishment in
the brick store next door to W. S. Clark's,
where she is prepared to
Cut, Pit rind IVXalce,
Ladles and Children Dresses iu the Latest
' Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES
are now open for inspectio n.'
March 30, 1874. tf
perfectly iastcless. elegantly coated wllh sweet uum.
uur-e reituiate. puriiv, cleanse and stremrtiicu. !'
w ay's hills, lor the cure of all tihsirders oi Ihe siomacn.
Liver. Bowels, Kidnevs, Bladder. Kerv.ms Insea-es.
Headache, (Constipation, Oostiveness, Indbwtlon. v?
pepsia. Billonsness, Bilious Kever. Indaminati'iii of m
Bowels. J'iies, and all Xernmeiiis of the Internal
Viscera. Warranted. to e fleet a po-iiie fire, lareiy
VeifCttble,couuinui(( no mercury , mineraisordeieten
lAfew'd,09eoritAWAT-S TILLS will f.-ee the
tern from all the above named disorders. I rice.2."-e"
per Hox. SOLD BY DKUUtllSTri.
HEAD "KALSK AND TUCK." Send one l.J"
stamp to BADWAT A CO., So. S2 Warren r ,
Yor!.- Infortuauon worth thousands wul be ttt
SEN1 SrmP rORClBCULAR
PLUMMER, LEWIS ACO., A
jy 6, 1373.-ly. Tarbcro',