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NEW ADVERSER! E NT
THE ATLANTIC HOTEL,
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H, , noJ. htl mid r. 'i'tcd by ROHERT . CJIA-
II AM, ',' Mevliknbimj County, Sorth
Curtilhia.'is voir on for tin- mv;--ort
of ho sts.
FOi: THE SEASON OF I'NDEU A
This lloti'l is Kiutilully siiiinti-il inn:: .'.i
iitelv ovor t'.if waters of the li.Mbar, w'uli :.
linc'viiw ol 'Fort Macon, O'nl To;:ii! lnh :,
:iml Ihc Atianfu- Occ:m. The Ti.i- lh'-.v
.-eiii-i!;.i!y umter the r.uiUlinir. lln r. l'v !,im
moling c-U-auline" an.l i-oo!:u'.--, v.hil.' s
:u'i' liio-cjv.itot's are almost ui'UiiOu ii T!i
is the ojii'y Hotel so t'avtira'Oy situ.i:. l on llf.
The I'liihliiii.' is so construeli-J a to u :;J' f
il peculiarly definite to ilies'-okinif h :.;: I
THE KOOM are eoiiitnoiiiou- m J t
hie to the sea I to ., with Ax.y. :s '-: ::!
Sca-frout, Mii.l iloiiijhtiui y-'.auk
t'roni sand and dust. Cor the e;j..' u:ei-: !' ;
liATillNi; IIOl'!"ES, ;:. .:!. in. .; o;n on
an improved pl.pi, are attai Sieii to ;he Hole!,
herr pit Ms :n enjoy i!i i.-tM-.-hii'. '
THE iL'KF i ouo ino.M aitiai l e I. anin-s
of thi.- juMlv eeleluated Sninnier u -or:, :i.U
t.)ruier ji.iirons will recognize a oeeid-d
:rovei!teut in the. Connno-.iiou- It;-.
kooins, eonveniently located upon the hisf
A LAKE, inclosed near the Hotel, will af
tord facilities to quests who do not ea: e to u-1
in the inn :, to hatne and learn the a; t
THE BALL BOOM has been eon.tru.ted
over the water, on the sea-front of the Hotel,
haviui; a suspension roof 50x. feel over it,
40 feet hiirh, and splendid view of the Hail
Room is had from the Fiazza or Galleries.
The Ball Room will be lighted with Silvered
Mica Derlectinz Chandeliers.
An e'ei; ;; o! M uMeiai! will be in
n,.ii;iu- .itiri!;r liie season to i.ive J'.e.M. atll
pi, air" to the I'lelil'U' hours.
i';fsi.c:.. n.ir. 1 tlliard Ilootn-s Howling
!!. v. -.r - 1 io,ii in: Oal'.ei v. i- attached io
!,r I t Till! Ill
.lill.lV, AV.ii well
i v time to coir.
i'NP !t:.. heeit ar
fifeW A D V E R T IS EM EN T S
i t,:iisiv.: -1
,rl, Scalds Wounds,
1 Vp. Ulcers, Bruises,
.- rtl'siLi, Hemorrhages,
. F-TC. -
Ii '.ii:i:y and
. v. '; '.i eve: v
iss Hotels of
ill ti;- ''!;-
. -eh eV'.-ri-t
-1 i.. el.i;;,
1 i .i who
'i i'!.1 : Two WecU
j or.r u et k
.iv, -s .'..'i'1 ; One 'A eck,
, -V ; ri:.-ee Weeks,
, s dl.fO ; ( aiesnhtr Month,
ki BTSYCllnMAXCY, orlSOl L OilAKM
i 1NO." How either sex may fa,-eina(e
andain the love and nllcelious ol any pc
son fhev hoose ia.Mantly. J his simple men
tal acquirement all can possess, free, l.y mail,
for --K.'., together with a niarriuue fiiuli',
F"vptiau Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
"eddiur-Niu-!ii Hiirt, ceo. A (ineerhook. Ad
dress T. WILLIAM it CO. I'utis. Fmla. 4w.
louslis. Colds, Hoarseness,
ANI ALL THROAT lUSEASES,
WELLS' AHOIJC TA1SLKTS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXl-.f.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY,
Sold by Druaists. 4w
MARY SHARP COLLEGE.
ESTAIiLLSIIEl) IN 1S51. This old and cel
ebrated Female School is situated in the pro
verbially healthy town of Winchester, on a
bench o'i ' CuiubcYlaiu Mountains, Tennessee.
Commences its annual sessions often monih
on the i"i:t. Monday in September. Mid
t:r. ii. ill only l'resident. . C.
(irave-, 1.I..D. for tiioroiiLthness and cheap- j
ne.-s of eili-.eaiion is not excelled by any j
AUG- 14, 1874-
LOUNGING ON THE GATE.
LiUle maid, with rougish ever,
Full of lauahter, loving fun ;
Swins-iny on the garder gate,
When the busy day ia done.
When the dreams that ebb and (low,
With thy thoughts incoming tiuV;
Painting with a rosy glow,
Childhood's hours life's sunny sid.
Soiled dress and pinafore,
Wee bare feet nf waxen mould :
By the roadside bonnet lying,
Filled with buttercups of oid.
Never was a lairir pietuie,
I'li.iei t.eatli the heaen's blue;
Thus thought 1, iiml stooping kis.-ed her
Karlhly idol Maggie lliew.
Vtais l.: ve lied ; a blushing maiden,
.Stands beside the wicker yate ;
C'lieeU and lip with led bloom laden,
(lood tor loving Cupid's bait.
The Pope Expelled from the Free Ma
At the semi-anuiil meeting of the
Grand Lodge of Masons, Scottish
Rite of the Orinent of Palermo, it-
. ,t -m r 1 , 71
i aly. on the liTth ot Mnrcii last, rope
! Pius iX was expelled from the Or
! der. The decree of expulsion was
' published in the official Masonic pa
! per at Cologne, Germany, and is
j preceded by the mir.utes of the
Lodge in which he was initiated,
1 and is as follows!
"A man named Mastai J.erret.ti,
who received the baptism of Free
Masonry, and solemnly pledged his
love and fellowship, and who afters
j wards was crowned Pope and King,
under the title of Pio Nino, iias now
j cursed his former bretlieren and cx
j communicated all members of the
i Outer of free Mason s Therefore,
i said Mastai Ferrtti is herewith, by
decree of the Gnu d L'dge of the
" Maggie Dear," I v.hispeied softly,
(Not lor words would 1 give pain.)
Years ago it kiss I lent you;
May 1 take it fiack again '! '
Orient, Pnlerno, exnelle
Order. of perjury ."'
The charges nir.'iiust
Quick as thoui-ht the lauyhing answer,
' Pardon me that I forget
I'm not of age, lemetnber
Ask papa: He'll pay the debt."
S. WALMSLKV, Treasurer
, . ... nf. .i en ..(ririrlni.
school in the South. Sena tor tauaio-u.- u.iji p " - ' --' f
eoet:Ui:;u4' .'.It esen'iai pai i ,cui.o .
Admire vour iaio'f o
Sharp's Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
Coiup! iini. Constipation, omiting ot rone, i
fi?t preferred at his L i lge at I' l'
ciiuo, i ii 18i., and notification and
Cpv thereof sent to him, with the
request t t'ltetni the jj'idtre i'1'!" the
purpose of answering the same.
To this he made no reply, :;;id, !r
divers reasons, thcchirgcs were nut
liressed taitii he urgv I tie- i J: ?
. .. --w. , op jr;)Zj to .jCr airrs.si vt!y toward
Chicago is now called "Civiiianon Masons. Then they were
City." i oressed. ami ::!' a ff-judav ri.!, a
; doerei o
I tile s:il:e
Nothing, it is said, eoatrihuts sa j Master of tit e O. :.-:st of .
much t'i the i-mus:c of the future" as , Voice ' Masour . .
lleeeio: fid' u hoi brealwiisl ; I ',., ; ' .Hi'. , ,.
If !!!' V- llili.s . , , ,
If III'. St
li Hi cult
: i - i-.oi s ( ;in-
At o?ir Store can he found a line assortment
PRINTS, PLAIN D0UB8TIGS AN!) DRRSS filNIDS.
Iron in the Blood
The lines! stock of
V, YOUTHS' VTV1 iIItJiVH'
i ,T- . ,.. . II .1. !, .-.
Sour S!omaeli. ai'.a erasii, iu.wuhimi. i,i.
Spirits, Ate. in thirty-iive years never tailing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druisls generally. WM HOWAKl), agent
tor T.irKiii o', N. C. Depot, 145 Kiithth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. -tw
inimis i)i uhal-ilitie
stiow ir xt week; mebee heaj
la in n
'Mebbe i l'ii! company, engage
!.i ii ii r - 1
toe 1 ueoio I" t
This vaiiey i itee:'
sixty miies in iength
e. .mi. r
;;:h i nil!'
-.el t"U!ol the
ants, halt price.
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t;E(. V.. CI1A11L0TTK,
200 PIAXOS illld ORG.mifroiu a dramatic standpoint on last 'j. uc; ..l
ever hrouirht to tills market before.
. , . j ir v i nrw mm v 'v i' i " . i t i i
:.rw and tn'COinl-naiHl, ot t trst-Liass juik- - o i aloto' tllC VUlu V :i(.mUi l 111! i : a te: l't
l;S, , III I'l S.'MI ttL lll,K?i"i v ...... , "
on Installments, or lor rent, m t. ity or
A Memphis paper defines a.tver j from each other, and the remains of j
Country, daring this mouth, by HOLAt tlSltl" to Ufa '"blister WlllCli 'IraWS
il.ili.i.': u t i ... ..... , .......
ever bt 'ore oilercd in New l orK. Specialty :
Pianos and Organs lo let until the rent mon
ey pays the price ot the Instrument. Illus
trated Catalogues mailed. A large discount
to Ministers, Churches, Schools, Lodges, etc.
HAYING removed to their Handsome New Prick Store, next door
to 11. II. Austin & Co's Old Stand, be? leave to announce to their
friends and the public generally, that they have now on hand one of the j
largest and best assortments of Goods ever oilercd to tins marKet, ana
which they will offer at prices that
Rich Farming Lands
Xow for Sale Very Cheap !
TEN YEARS CREDIT, INTEREST ONLY
C PER CENT.
SEND FOU "THE PUKEER."
a handsome Illustrated "aper, containing the
Homestead Law. A New Number just pub
lish' i'.. mailed tree to ail parts ot the world.
O. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner l. P. K. R.,
4w Omaha, Neil
'How Goliah was killed with a
sling," is the title f f a Maine cru
Jones &iys that why he isn't
married is because that when he
wooed she wouldn't.
Charity Inn Burden, of iadia
napolis, has gone into the Divorce
Court to get rid of her Burden.
a large canal, with t
reservoirs built of stone, in each
the cities or towns. Pottery, house
hold implements (made of stone)
and human bones have been found
in the ruins. The dwellings seem
to have been destroyed by lire, and
are, in some cases, covered up with
from ten to forty feet of earth,
growing luxurious vegetation. The
pottery is decorated in colors, the
walls of the dwellings are laid in
cement, and the interior of a large
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
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures t(athousand ills," simply
by Toning up, Invigorating 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 tipon.
This is the secret of the tvon
tlerful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Clxronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Xervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Loss , of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system, lieing free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects arc not fol
loived by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, rigor, and neto
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 Mown in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
IVo. 1 jHilton Place, Boston.
Bold by Dklggists uexerallt.
The best fitting white linen Brown
To secure a scowl of t eiiVct (Jjs. Luildh.s, supposed to have been a
t from a woman, tell her that a l,KieL Ul 'i.s.op, nan oeen mu.kuii-
Their Stock con:-its .f a great vrniety
suitable for MEN'S, YoUTI!' al HOTS 'Ver
bvbt ii-jLmiAl& Kit-2 at ?Sh8iirffc?fc-; ...7-..-.:
Hats & Caps, Crenfe9 Fin
Trunks, Valises, Uns
brellas, &c5 &c.
l.y ir; cm
e no '!!
HAVE YOU TRIED
Wealv, Nervous, or Debilitated?
Are you so Languid that any exertion re
quires more of an i -tfori than you feel capable
Then try .H'Rl'liENA, the wonderful
Tonic and Invigorator, which acts so beneti
ei.illy on the secretive organ? as to impart
vigor lo all the vit.ii torees.
It is no alcoholic at ; etizer, which stituu
' ;tes tor a short tiiiif, i-tOt lo let the suft'erer
tall to a lower -.!p;ii ' mi.-ery, but it is :t
Vegetable io,.;,' ;,iiin:. li; eel !y 'ti the liver
; and spl'-eii.
I Jt i emulates : he i'. .. fis.,.,ii, ts h - ii'-ive,
j and irivi u h -a thy torn- ;' the u lei.e
Vsteiu .1- t si 1. 1 . . the 111'.., 'eel !,i.ea
caterpillar is crawling on the back
of her dress.
A buffalo editor never takes time
by the back hair. lie simply casts
the eye of his mind across t lie chasm
It is considered a pretty well
settled fact that death lias no terrors
for the man who marries a woman
after thirty years courtship of iter.
ly plastered. The remains Indicate
that the inhabitants of these cities
were far more advanced in civiliza
tion than the Indians or Mexicans
of historic times, and it has been
supposed that wanderers through
Asia crossed Bcrrings strait and
made their way down the Pacific
coast to the rich valleys of Aiiz-.-na
and New Mexico at least one thou
sand or fifteen hundred years a .go.
The Indians have a tradition that
aitoVTte Sill.WJ &OOMP$.
We offer the greatest inducements to cash
buyers that ever were known.
Call and convince yourself.
l wmwm k
Col. Egerton. in th" house ofithept.oj
Commons, said pitiit.bthroriv issojbittie
Ctieru.etif that it requires a goed ! killed.,
de.ii ' f lldliieio-'- in; .o e: hanged. : :' a:i !
For the handsomest Prints, go to II. Mcrris ic Pro.
For the candsomest Dress Goods, such as Poplins, Ur.wdines, I.ncs, Al
pacas, Lawns, Picques, &c, &c, go to II. Jforris ic Pro's.
For the best fitting and best styles of Clothing, go to II. Morris & Pro's.
For a handsome Xew Spring Style Silk Flats, and Various other Hats for
Men, Youths, Boys, Children, Ladies and Misses, go to II. Morris &
If you want a suit of Clothes made to your own order, go to II. Morris &
Merclmiit Tailoring in all Its
1 ,-!,, Udclll, but is t in, ! .;- I
I.I:: ness ; the pat n h! e.
u ehauge, no ni u i.e.! n- '.
. his trouble- :
i ' Fold their tout-, Jikcjtl!!-Arabs, ;
j Anil .-lie; !: .-te.il awav." j
j Ih.s is no in aiiu untried dtseovery, out
j lias been lon lis ,', with wonderful remedial
result-, and :- rouoiniced by the highest
! medicai authoi i-.ies, "the most powerful
tonic and alterative known.
Ask vi'ir dru'L-ist for it. For N'ie bv
W.VLF. KI11.'ER Jc CO., New York." 4w.
F.viiMEhs, AL'iiculturist.-i and Dealers iu
Fertilizers have now an opportunity of ob
taining this valuable manure in SMALL OK
LARGE LOTS, at IMPORTERS' PRICES,
by applyin:- to the Special Aaeney just es
tablish' 1 !' r the purpose of delivering Gen
uine Perm iai; Guano to consumers at any
aeecs-i'.ie port or railway station in the coun
try. Full particulars given in Circular mail
ed free , hi application to
No. Heaver St., New Y'oi k.
References by permission.
Messr-. llobson, Ilurtado oc Co., Financia
A 'ents of the Peruvian Government, o
Wad St. N. Y.
Moses Tavloi, Pres. National Citv Rank, 52
Wall St", N. Y.
S. ij. Tracy, Esq., Peruvian Consul, 0
Broadway, N. Y. March, gO-:tm.
A K.lt:-::s I '. V
l it ii it iiii'.C a e i
her wai-t. ami a
miles to get V -v
o lidu t he mar
v 1 ihboo around
bu rode eight
II III -
I ! be e o.i ; ; : , -:
: : t k i i Vt i ;
. it i 1 1 s
rteau la d s.
(Jo.! pi i.soi: v Kl-
budy i'i Paraguay
female above the
s t " , M .
MARKET GREATLY DE
A good fit always guaranteed. Garments cut at short notice. Call and
examine our immense stock of
CLOTHS, VASSDiEKES, -UEXS, &C,
suitablo for the season.
WHITS DUCK SUITS
DOUBLE BREASTED WHITE VESTS,
of the handsomest patterns, ia endless variety.
Don't fail to call and examine our Goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Mo Morris i
T arhoro. Mav Oth. FST4
a-.. MUmaMi wM
it i' (in- ii om j,rr)fiml I" fu , ,: .-
it'i-!ic.s i r I io intend ,u iiit : -,-..
n:' lo tip nil in, their onl.-r.i .:.-. ; . .
I l-.'t ii i.t most eeononi.ie, 1 ;,;!,
lie a red 'i inter a nil il i s;,e; .'.-,,-. ;,'.'
!!(!: more Coil on a. ov',- e, ;.
in. ii :-e : acre- BREAKS THECLL,
' 1,1 ot - cretin ml bei i c r .nui 7
"i-h-trien in ; I'm Se f-Feeil i- irii
I: a rd .s7 Irdnu ci-y.lh n f iei1 in jr. ;" '. , ,-
L ord t: n mil! nred holi.s. X-e'trhirh n
:e C ! .,-. ', ,-; ;. -,;.-
''.'r ,-:;; "rf j'l! I I ."',' ii-
'!' of ' I; 11 in arc:
' -' !id: ;ee of no e.vie
of one lid nil : iclil
!i .;; Uk' n 'nil oilier Ci'.i.
.i ,; o inn! :i in Ling
' to. ; !'-r ii-i 'fh on ; irirfiiio
.' ',,-" i o I lie y.n a:t irm,
n '-li- ' ' r-''L-.i,n('il$tfjtu:ks,
t render (lie. dmi'trr from.
ticL.s- lie seed, rlennrr than a no other Gin in
it e i ni'P. 7;7 7 : n n it n r.lli
" J"r rauar containing Testimonials from wcll-
A noieii jjit rtie.s.
HYFtfANS & DAPICY,
QSNE2AL ASEOTS FOS VEGINIA AND KOSTH CAEOLINA,
'Is them the common dog sas
sagt?"' inquired a venerable loukinir
1 I,- .... tiit'1'ni'H.l .i Liitt.l, ..C
l.Vt.l, .IS SIR- .-UlfC,.' UUI1V.H VI ' .11 1
, - i ' . i .i I mouttis, keep it constantlv, except
bananas over her spectacles the . ' . 1 - ' . , 1
, : 1 I when eating- and instead ot chew-
OU1C1 lUl .
ioke,a;id every j
lire of thirteen i
chews. am wrong;. Thev do not j
chew, but put tobacco in their i -r-
SPRING GOODS JUST
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minute':.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading thU advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIS.
I:ADWA7'S EEADT RELIEF IS A CURE FuR
It was the f.rst and Is
Tlio Only I7aiii "Keisiedy
ttiat instantly stop ih? mot excruoifttiior paini, nllnvs
Inilamniatioiis. ami cureii toriffcstioTis. whether ui ilie
Lunns. Siomacli, liowtls, or other glands ur organ'. Iv
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MI.NTTEs.
no mieer how violent or cxpriiciatirar tlic ruin the
RHKI'MATIO, Bed-rid.len, Iiihnn. Crippleii. Ni-rvous,
Nouralsic, or prostrated w ith disease may suJlt,
RADWAY'S READY RELSEF
WTLTj AFFOPT) INSTANT EASE.
INFLAilMATIOV OP THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION (IF THE BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THK HOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE TUROAT, DIFFICULT HKEATIIINK.
PAM'ITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CRDUr, ldrT.iEKl A
Mil KAI.GIA, EHEniATISM.
COLD CHILLS, AOrE CH1LI..S.
The application ot'th ICend.v Rllerto the part or
parts where the pain or Ui:li.-Li!j crisis will aiTurd tast.
Twenty drops in half a iiimt-tor of w.iw wilt in a fpw
moment's enre CUA.MPA SPASMS. SoUll stomach.
NKARTBI'ltV. SICK ilKADACUE. HIAP.KHllEA.
I l'VSKNTKKY. COLIC. WIND IN THE BOWELS.
! m l all INTERNAL I'.UNs.
! Travelers should nhvi h rnrry a bottle of ?Sad-
! w ayi itently itcilff iih tin-in. A tew dnit in
I va;.r ill proven; siekne or p-uis from chanue u
wurer. li is better than Fictioh hrandy or Bitlefi ax a
! rSVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AOUE cired for fifty reins. There u
not a remedial aueiit in liils world that w ill cure Fever
and Auuu. and all other .Malarious, Bilous. Scarlet
Tvi.liOid. Yeiiovv. and otlier I-'evers aided hv UAl
WAY'S I'll. LSI s0 quick as RADWAY'S I'.KaDY liK-L1I-.F.
Filly cenls per Oottle.
mm & bro,
.4 LL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
1 tcndeil to. They now oceujiy their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Enquire tor liie New
Shops near Main Street.
Au;;. -"5, ltT:i. ly
SQUARE & IPKItlllT
lii.vc received upwards of FIFTY FIRST
I'RKM 11' MS, and are among the befct now
iimuc. Every iiistrument fully warranted for
live years. Prices as low as the exclusive
use ot ; lie very best materials and the most
thorough workmanship will permit. The
principal pianists and composers, and the
pi ui'i-piireoaiiiii"; public of the SouLh espe
cially, unite in the unanimous verdict of the
superiority ot the 8TIEKF PIANO. The
1L 11A H1L1TY of our instruments is fully
. .-stubiis'ied by over tUXTY SCHOOLS AND
I 'Ol.I.F.GES in tha .South, usintj over ljUO ot
Sole Wholesale Agents for several of the
pi iuci rial mauufUctui ers of Cabinet and Par
lor Organs ; prices from S50 to $iiOO. A lib
eral discouiit to Clergymen and Sabbath
A large assortment of second-hand Pianos,
at prices ranging from $75 to $:J00, always ou
Send for Illustrated Catalogue, containing
the names of over 2,000 Southerners who h ive
bought and are using the Stietf Piano.
y' irerooius, No. li North Liberty St ,
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Factories, Si & SO Caiudeu St., and 4." fe 47
Perry St. June 12,-tf.
Fire in it eli, 7cx.
use. IU ere b n m,a,l:i n,: loftei- t,;.,i,i
Vt D. L1CIIENSTEIN & CO'S
15. Fine stock Cigars always on band.
Maj5, 1S7-1. ly
''It's forty years my old friend !
John since we were boys together," '
'Is it? "Well, dou't speak so loud;
there's that young widow in the
Detroit Fne I'lexs.- One of the
nvst vexacious things in the world
is tu 'have your wife's uncle kicked
in the stomach l.y a horse, $i2b,000,
and thpn deliberately get well.
Types continues to cut up antics,
even in well-regulatad offices, we
infer from seeing John Brown an
nounced as 'a linseed preacher.'
A darkie, left in charge of a tel
egraph office while the operator
went to dinner, heard some one
'call' over the wires, and began
shouting at the instrument: 'IV
operator isn't yer!" The noise
Tilton will make a statement ;
Moulton will make a statement ;
Iloward, Wilkeson, Carpenter all
will make statements. In short,
nearly everybody in Plymouth church
will tell the world what lie knows ;
and it could all be put on a sheet of
At a recent prayer meeting of
colored people at Erie, l'a., the
decency and good order of the meet
ing being disturbed by tt negro
named J3rowii, whose nravprs in
public were only incoherent ravings,
the pastor inquired : ' What fool
nigga's dat prayin' down dar nea'
de doa V A dozen people replied
with ono voice, 'It am Erudder
13rovn; sah,' ' Den,' replied the
pastor, 'Lrudder Brown, subside,
and let seme one pray dat's better
'quainted wid de Lord.'
Mrs. Galhner, a widow, of De
troit, told an auctioneer one day
last week that she had no flour or
wood and .must go to the poor-,
house. He told her she must get
a husband and proposed to sell her
to the highest bidder. She consen
ted and he immediately drew a
crowd by his crying out, and the
sale commenced with a bid of 43
cents. An old bachelor named Jos
lyn speedly raised it to $5, and then
to 8, at which figure she was struck
off to him. It was stipulated that
there should be a weeks courtship,
which was faithfully carried out,
and at the expiration of the time
he married her.
ing it rool it about and suck it.
Only imagine yourself about to sa
lute the red lips of a magnificent
little Ileb;1, arrayed with satin and
flashing with diamond?, as she puts
vou back with one delicate hand,
while with the other she draws forth
from her mouth a brownish black
roll of tobacco quite two inches long,
looking like a monster grub, and
then depositing the savory lozenge
on the brim of your sombivro, puts
up her face and is ready for a sa
lute. I have sometimes seen mi
over- delicate foreigner turn away
with a shudder of loathing under
such circumstances, and get the ep
ithet of the savage applied to him
by the offended beauty for his sen
sitive squeamishuess. However, one
soon gets used to this in I'araguy,
where you are, perforce of custom,
obliged to kiss every lady you tire
introduced to, and one half you meet
are really tempting enough to ren
der you regardless of the conse
quence, and you would sip the dew
of the proffered liy in the face of a
tobacco factory even in tluj double
Of tin- desi i-iptio
Francis Train, the on
the late George D. 1'rentiee is the
most appropriate, as it is the most
humorous and thoroughly entertain
ing. Here it is; "1 locomotive
that has run off the track, turned
upside down, with its cow-catcher
buried in a stump, and the wheels
making a thousand revolution a
minute. A knife in the air which
has lost its tail a human novel
without a hero a man who climbs
a tree for a bird's nest out on a
limb, and in order to get it saws
the limb off between himself and
the tree a ship without a rudder
a clock without a hand a ser
mon all a text a pantomine of
words an arrow shot into the air
apotheosis of talk the incarnas
tion of gab. Handsome, vivacious,
muscular, as neat .is a cat, clean to
the marrow, a judge of the effect of
clothes, frugal in food, and regular
only in habits a noonday mystery
a solved connundrum a practi
cal joke in earnest a cipher hun
ting for a figure to pass for some
thing; with the brains of twenty
men in his head all pulling different
ways; not bad-as to heart, but a
man who ha,.? shaken hands with
reverence is George Franci3
Fhe Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention offplantcrs and others is aga;.n
called to tue above old and reliable make of
Cotton Gius. They are furnished this year
greatly improved, and nothing which an ex
perience of thirty years in their manu
lacture could suggest has been left undoue to
s.iake llicm the most reliable aud perfect Cot
ton Gin iumaiket. As the result of our
el'iirts we need oniy refer to their established
reputation and wide-spreadj!popularity. For j
lVrt'eetiou of Workmanship, Strength, Dura- '
bili!-. Light Running, and quantity andqual- j
ity of lint produced, we challenge competi- f
tion. We are prepared to warrant to any i
reasonable extent perfect satisfaction to every
planter or operator. The Gius are sold at I
the lowest possible prices for good machines,
and on reasonable terms. We invite exam
ination of the samples in the bands of our
local agents who will jiive all desired infor
mation and lurnish applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory letters from
parties using the Gins in all sections of the
cotton plaining country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, may be obtained
of our agents or by addressing
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pi-.noeh it Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May Sth, IST-t ly.
Bought Since the De
XT. rr. COKER,
-A-Q-EISrT FOR THE
Celoliitea Wheeler &c Wilson
Which SURPASSES all otlier Machines.
Koine Shuttle Machine,
which is THE r.EST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from S25 to $75.
L'??" The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Maehines before purchasing.
Otliee ou Pitt Sireet, a few doors from Main, j
rJLVI15rtO. IV. C. !
Dee. 7, 1S7. ly
CIIA3IISE!tLAL & RAWLS,
STEALERS IN FINE JEWELRY, FINE
I - Wai dies Sterling Silver
I Ware Silver Plated Ware,
XiW Fine Watches Repaired Faithfully
and Scientifically, and Warranted.g
TARBOKO, N. C.
Jan. 5, 1872. i.t
rplIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
turocd from New York with a large and well
selected stock of
Swiss Muslins, Nain
sook, Victoria Lawns, Jaco
net Cambries,Fiiues, Linen Lawns,
Hamburg aud Cash's Standard Trimmings,
Ilemstiched and Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Ties, Collars and Cuffs, iu great
variety, Belts, Marseilles, Quilts,
Napkins and Table Cloths,
Gents', Ladies' and
Pleas,, oive him a call before purchasing.
T. H. CATLIN.
Tarboro', N. C, April 27, 187-1.
riTIREK ROOMS (IV F. It TUR liRfe!.-
j -L Store, third door from the Court, House.
! Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest modciate
I Apply to, M. WEDDELL eV CO.
Tarboro', Feb. C, 1S7I. if.
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
Will be disposed of en easy terms to respon
sible parties, by
H. A. WALKER,
at Foundry in Tarboro' N. C.
March 20, 187-1. ."mi.
ii fcU s
S7HOXO ANT) PrtiE ItTC'I BLOOD-INCREASE
UP FI.KSH AM) WKIOH T CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTli'LIi COili'LEilOK SECURED TO ALL
THE FLOOD PURIFIER.
has VAiir. Tim mo r astovisttivu cvrks: rr
Vl'ieK. So UA!'I, ARK THE I IIANUKS. THE
Iti)lV t'.NDF.IiilOES, UNDER THE INKM-RNCK
OK Tl'.iS Tl'.eiA' WOSUEP.rt.'L. ilEOIClNK,
asi Giglit is Seen anfl Felt.
Every drnii cf tee SA 'tSAt'.M'.ILMAW KKSOt
YE.NT c.iiiimiiiiii .'ite.s thrnii.;l! the iiux.O, Sweat. 1'i fiie,
atul etllf'r Klui'ls !:-i iilie', of il.e .y.-:tr:li I lie viiler il
lite. it repairs lite iirastvn of t lie 'eoily wii h iiw nt
sotiinl luaii-rial. Scruiul;!. Svplu'i-," 'niisuinf tinti.
Olaii.l:.:.ii- illsiase. Ulcer in tin- tlirmit, Moutli. Tumor-.
N .' sin t he O infills :iiiii other artMif tin' system.
Sore le" n .ruua.-roi'.j iliseiii.riri s irom th" Kurs. aini
tlie. v.i-s: t,.-uis ot' Skin ii-e:irs, Erti"tietis. Kpmt
Soros, sk-aM Head, limit Worm. Suli Kiieuin, Krysiitelm.
Acne, TiueK Spots, Wormi ia the riesli. Tiunors. CK.n.
cer. in liii-. Woeiii, anil all wi-nlii'iii'ij utnl pitint'itl tii
clinriics. i'i'ji:r :;ve:ts, Los-scif Spt-im aiul nil wiWesot
the liio pi-i -lir-'e, uro within tlie turativt- ritni;e ot th"
wonderot .Mm'iern Cheuiistri-, and te- iluys' irne will
prove to any permit usins it i'or eitlicr of tiiede forms ul
aiser.se its pot?nt power lo cure lliem.
11 the ..itknt, daily becomin? re i'.iccd hy the wastes
an:! ileceii'iHi-'iion that is continually ironres-siii. snv-eeeil-
in :i: i stintr tliere wastes, anil repnirs the sanie
w ill: new m.iirrial made from iic-altiiy liiowl an.l tins
the SARSAl'Alill.IitAS will ami Ums secure a cure
id cerium; lor when once liiis remedy commences it
work of iiurilieation, anil succeeds,in diniinishin th1'
loss 'if witstes. its repairs will he raniJ. anil every day
the iiiitiont will feel himself urxnwiwr hettci undstronm-i ,
tlie food dieestiiiET lietter, apiietite iiuiiroving, and lies '
and wcijrhi incruasint;.
Not only does the SittsiiriRiLLiAS Resolvest excel
nil known remedial agents in tiiecme of Ohronie, Scro
fulous. Constitutional," and Miin diseases; bat it is i:
only positive euro for
Kidney ) Uladiier Complaints,
t'l-in.'irv iiti i Worn!) it!seiri"s. i:rnvel. Diabetes, Pror.y-y,
; Sioi-jiatfc o; Water, iiiconi'iienceot Urine, Jiriirht s i'--eilse.
AlL'Uiiii.ini'iu. and in nil cases v.liere tlivre are
lirii k dust deposits, isr Hie water is thick, clo'.idv. mixed
I w ith -Ml.-r:ui'-e.-- litre li ' winK- or" an C'-'C, or th rends 1:L.;
i wli.'e s;ik. or tiieie is a iiiernid. dark, bilious appear
' nii -e mul while bone dust deposits, and when there Is
i H i ncUm:. t.urnini; si-iisaiiou when pasKiin; water, and
pa. a in the inail of ilie Hack and along Die Loins.
EBER'S BAKERY ! !
riHIS OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY IS
X now ready to supply the people of Tar- i
tioro and vicinity with all kinds ot
Bread, Calces, French and Plain
Candtcs, ifuta, Fruits,
.j-c, .j-e., cf'c,
embracing every thing usually kept iu a First
vi.iss ijsi;iii,itiiii1L.I11r i llie k:nn. i
Ihanklal lor the liberal patronage of the
X 3ETt TX C3r Cr I S T
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
SsC, &-C, ScC.
Opiosile the " Enquirer" Office,
'' TARP-ORO, NC.
Dress Milking Emporium
Tl TPS. S. E. SPIER, would respectfully in-
iVi forme the Ladies of Tarboro' and vicin-
past the undersigned asks a continuation, ty that she hns opened an establis'uinent iu
wnh the promise of satisfaction. j the brick store next door to W. S. Clark's.
Privsstc Families can always have where she is prepared to
"seirCaUerewtsbort- Cut, JPit and Uliili-e,
Orders for Parties & BaOs sr,avd,L?aud Cbildren Drevses iu tb0 Lalest
promptly tilled. Call and examine our stock,
next door to Bank of New Hanover.
Nov. 4.-ly. JACOB WEBEK.
Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES
are now open for inspection.
March 20, 1874. tf
Tumor cf 1'J Years' Growth
Cured by lit id way 'a Resolvent.
PerfeetP ursativc &ReplatinaPiIis
perfectly '.nsteless, el"cc.rtly coat-d with nweet eunt,
nuive, reffulate. purilv, cleanse and utreiiviiieu. Itud
wnv's 1'ills, tor tliecui-eoi all il'-oraeis.ii t!ie sionnii li.
Liver. Bowels, Kiditi vs, lil.iddcr. Nervous Diseases,
Headache. Oonstipaiioii, Costivcness, ludifestion, uvs
pepsia. Biliousness, Uillons lever. IieiiunniMtiou of ine
Bowels I"iies. and all IM-ratiifumetit ot the Intenwl
Viscera. Warranted to eih et a j-oshive cure. I'iin-.v
Yesictalile.coutainiui no mercury, inuieraUordeleten-
A fewdnw of H ADWAT8 PILT.S will f.ee the -v-ten)
from all the almve namcr disorders. 1'rice, 25 oc -uerilo..
KOLD HY DKUGOISTH.
KKAL "FALSE AXD TRUE." Rend one Lie
s'amp to RADWAY A CO.. N- 82 Warren W..
Yorl.- Iaformaiiou worth thousands will bu sea: j a.
.SfrNt STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PLUMMER, LEWIS &CO., A
jy C, lS73.-ly. Tartoro',