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THE ATLANTIC HOTEL,
RE.1UFORT, J C
Remodeled and refitted by ROBERT D. CRA- !
HAM, Esq., of MtckleiiLuni County, Xurlh !
Carolina, is now opeti for the reteii- j
Hon of Guests. j
FOR THE SEASON OF 1S74, UNDER A I
This Hotel is beautifully situated iiuinedi- j
ately over the waters of the ILirbor, with a '
tine view of Fort Macon, Old Topsail Inlet,
and the Atlantic Ocean. The Tide Hows '
semi-daily under the Buildinr:, thereby pro- j
moling cleanliness and coolness, while ilies '
and mosquitoes are almost unknown. This 1
is the only Hotel so favorably situated on the
The building is so constructed as to render
it peculiarly desirable to those seckins health
THE ROOMS are commodiou and accessi
ble to the sea breeze, with piazzas on the
Sea-front, and delightful plank walks, free
i'roiu sand and dust, for the enjoynp-t;! of pe
BATHING HOUSES, neatly tiiu-t! out t-n '
an improved plan, are attached t; the HotH,
where' rucsts can Vli.ioy t!ie rcfrcsV.iDir ea-
THE SURF is one most attractive features
of thi justly celebrated Summer resort, and
t jrni. r natrons will recognize a decided itn
: tv. ip'eat iu the Commodious Dress'nsr
koom-, conveniently located upon the beach, i
A i.AlE, induced near the Hotel, will :
t . rd i ilitles to guests who do iiort'ie to co
in the Surf, to batne and learn the art of
THE 1JALL BOOM has been constructed i
over the water, on the sea-front of the Hotel,
havinu; a suspension roof oOxTo feet over it, ,
40 feet high, and splendid view of the Ball
Koo:a is had from the Piazza or Galleries. i
The Ball Room will be lighted with Silvered
M:e i Pellecting Chandeliers.
1874. SPRING. 1874.
AVLNG removed to their Handsome Ncv Erick Storoj,' next
R. Austin & Co's Old
friends ;tnd the public jrenerallr. that
largest and best assortments of Goods
which tliey will offer at prices that
Their Stock couusts of a great vatitty of Superior
suitable fot MEN'?, YOUTHS' and BOY'S Wear, V'
py Goods, Moots & fehoes.
iiisMiig Goods5 Notions,
nTpimks, Valises, Um-
For tho handsomest Prints, go to II. Mcrris & Bro.
For the nandsomest Dress Goods, such as Poplin3, Grenedines, Lenos, Al
pacas, Lawns, Ficques, &c, &e., go to LT. Morris & LWs.
For the best fitting and best stjlea of Clothing, go to H Morris & Bro's," I
-a ': -i .-j
For a handsome New Spring Style Silk Hats, and Various other Flats for
Men, Youths, Boys, Children, Ladies and Misses, go to -II. 'Morris &
If vou want a suit of Clothes made to
A good fit always guarantee 1.
pxEimine our immense stock of
CLOTHS, GASSIUERES, LKEXS, SC.,
suitabio for tho season.
WHITE DUCK SUITS .
DOUBLE BREASTED WHITE VESTS,
of tho handsomest patterns, in endless variety.
Don't fail to call and examine our , Goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere. :
Tarboro, May flth, 1S74.
rn :cx irnn niterxi hnjni tins
(:! i'o stend hi, Hi fir .,,-iers no;;-.
: li.n it .s iirnc:l ro
i;ni''i' ; r'i;
riciiatl Jii it ;i-t ii i ' i'i
ptec more Cotton, in, c
i ecu, Li;
in it,.sc: never iiilL'KS lilt f:2!A. f t,
'i more (Vii. us id httt er so ia,il ': u
"' fiharpeniifj ; the Sflf-Freder
I 1 1; rd. suf.iff ii-res tlut t in' : h-
Self-Feeding Cotton Grins.
hard uu nuii a.ral led Ik, i .. which ni.so render the dander from
i t re in it "h te.it: pick s tie .seed
n sc. therehu inn L-i ii t !n i-n, i' -r,
be sure to aaid for irciUar containing Testimonials from ivcll
An expert corps of Musicians will be in
readiness durintr tlic.seonio jjivqzo&l, and
pleasure to the fleeting hotrrs. , fc j ,'
A First-Class Bar, Billiard Ktfoms, Bowling
Alleys, and a Shooting Gallery, is attached to
Yachts and Row Boats for Hmiting and
Fishing parties, Fast Sailing, and' well man
aged, can be had at any time to convey per
sons to such points as is desired. v -
A CROQUET GROUND lias been nrramred
for the the use of the Guests of the hotel,
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 fuiind at the tirst-class Hotels of
the interior, besides Oysters, Eseo'.lops, Sott
Crabs, Sea 't urtle, Terrapins, Lobsters, and
every variety of Fish abounding in the pro
line waters of the Harbor and Ocean.
An abundant supply of Ice has been provi
ded, which will be iuiiiis&cd our ;G -.Cats, free
of charge. " " ' w -' -
The subscriber having had much experi
ence (at hunie and u'oroadviu Hotel keeping,
and aided 1-y competent and founeoiw Assis
tants, U.i'.U'is himself by strict attention to
biiMuess, and with a corps Of well trained
and obliging servauts at his command, he will
be able to give entire satisfaction to all who
may patronize him. k
TERMS : Pr Daj $2.60 jjDne eek
fl5.0U: Two vrcak,v?5.0t;SlTfiree Weoks,
?:J.V00: Four Week, -43.W: Olfudar Month';
ChiUren and Servants, half price. Special
arraiigemciits with Families and Excursion
ists. All business coiuiiiunieatiops Shuld be
addressed to "
GEO. W. CHARLOTTE,
June 1ST4. -'-'in. Proprietor.
Stand, be? leave to annoimea to
they have now on hand one of the
ever offered to this market, and
order, go to II. Morris Sc
in all its Branches.
Garments cut at short notice. Call and
c Cclehrrtikd Gin,' mid
srnsrui. ore msfteHftbUty MfU4il
T'.r o.lraidnge.i Qfthi rjt we:
it ten dim ce. of )i 6 e.vie-
nii.: , !i f labor oi one. Iianil irit.
ii. fj tb.- or' time than, tairi other i)i,nl
' losno no tune mid maicirig
.'7 ru,n, I on per ivillioict whetting
'tin';-' ;t.f. carry to the .taws any
1 It em ..m eh. on nwl.-.i nails at.i.d'ji
eJeniicr titan, ami other Gin in
Vie fore, buying any other Gin
Kysams & Dancy,
GSNESAL ASZNTS F03 VISSIKIA A1TL NOSTS CASOUNA,
WORKING PEOPLE Ma'c or Female,
Employjaent at Lome, ? 30 per week
warranted, no capital required. PjrUcdarB
and valuable samples sent free. Address with
6 cent return stamp, O. ROSS, Williamsburg,
N. Y. L , . 4W-
Coughs. Golds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY
Sold by Druggists.
Enisconal Female Institute
,,..,... f riiRlST CHURCH. Win-
.""f. ' v, rK,V J (Twheat. A. M., Princl
e.wmvrW Vicc-Prm. V a. 1 em. lusE.,1
with competent assistants m the various de
partments of English, Mathematics, Natural
Science, Lauguages, Music, vocal and instru
mental, Drawing and Painting. The Session,
often scholastic months, begins Sept. lb.,
Circulars of course of st udy, terms, Ate,
sent on application to J. C. WHEAT, Win
chester, Va. References : The Bishop and
iv.rrv rf ii, n Vrnt. Enis. Church ol the Jio-
eese of Virginia.
, Sharp's Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver
slaint, Constipation, Vomiting of Food,
' . -r.- . , IT 1... .... IAnr
Sour Stomacti, vaier urasu, nraiiuuiu,
Spirits, &c. In thirtv-five 3'ears never failing
to cure the most obstinate cases. Sold by
druggists generally. AVM HOWARD, agent
lor Tarboro', N. C. Depot, 145 Eighth St.,
N. Y. Circulars mailed on application. 4w
Will buy a
Industrial Exhibition Co.,
Authorized by the Legislature or the Stale of
First Premium Drawing.Sept. 7. 1874
Capital Premium $1000,000
Address for Bonds and full inform ition,
MORCENTHA'J, BRUNO & CO.;
Financial Agents, S3 PARK ROW, N. Y
P. O. Drawn 2'l. Adplications for Agencies
HAVE YOU TRIED
. UK U&RB.l.
Weak, Nervous, or Delilitated?
Are you so Languid that any exertion re-quire-3
more of an effort thau you feel capable
of making V
Then try JL'RL'BENA, the wonderful
Tonic and Invigorator, which acts so beneli
ially on the secretive organs as 10 impart
vlsror to all the vital forces.
It is no alcofiolic appetiaer, w hich stimu
lates for a short time, only to let the sufferer
fall to a lower depth of misery, bnt it is a
vegetaMe tonic acting directly on the liver
It regulates the Bowels,ijiiiets tiie nerves,
aud gives such a healthy tone to the whole
system as to soon make the invalid feel like a
Its" operation is not violent, but is charac
terized, by great gentleness ; the patient ex
perience; no sudden change, no marked re
sults, but gradually his troubles
' Fold their tent?, Hkejihe Arabs,
Aud silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery, but
has been long used w ith wonderful remedial
results, aud is pronounced by the highest
medieai authorities, "the most powerful
tonic aud ulturative kuowu,"
Ask your drugirist or it. For srle br
VM. V. K.1DDEU x CO., New York. 4w.
Fai'.mers Agriculturists and Dealers in
Fertilizers have now an opportunity of ol
taininc this valuable manure in SMALL OK
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 iu the coun
try. Full particulars piven iu Circular wail
ed free on application to
No. 53 Beaver St., New York.
References by pemU.iion.
Messrs. Ilobsou, Huriado kV Co., Financia
Agents of the Peruvian Government, o
Wall St. N. Y.
Moses Taylor, Pres. National Citv Bank, 52
Wall St., N. Y.
S. C. Tracy, Esq., Peruvian Consul, i.'';1,'
Broadway, N. Y. March, 'J0-:im.
M, L IIUS1V & BRO.,
TARBORO', N. C.
LL kinds of REPAIRING promptly at
tended to. They now occupv their NEW
CARRIAGE SHOPS. Enquire for the
Shops near Main Stre-.t.
Au-. :;;, 1n7:5.
Tarboro', Um C.
0. F. ADAMS, Proprietor.
rpiIIS HOTEL IS NOW OPEN FOR TIIE
JL accomodation of the traveling public,
and no pains will be spared to make ail who
Mop at this Ilotcl comfortable and pleasant.
The table will be supplied with the best the
market affords, and served up by experienced
hand . The proprietor only ask a trial, for
the public to tie convinced.
O. F. ADAM 8.
.Jan. , 174. tf.
GRAND, SQUARE & UPRIGHT
Have received upwards of FIFTY FIRST
PREMIUMS, and am anions 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, aud the
piano-purchasing public of the South espe
cially, unite in the unanimous verdict of the
superiority ot the 1ST1EFF PIANO. The
DURABILITY of onr instruments is fully
established by over SIXTY StJUOOLS AND
COLLEGES in the South, using over :i00 of
Sole Wholesale Agents for several of the
prinei oal manufacturers of Cabinet and Par
lor Organs ; prices irom $50 to $00. A lib
eral disconrt to Clergymen and Sabbath
A large assortment of second-hand Pianos,
nt prices ranging from $75 to $300, always on
Send for Illustrated Catalogue, containing
the names of over 2,000 Southerners who h .ve
bought and are using the Stieff Piano.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
Warcrootus, No. 9 North Liberty St ,
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Factories, 84 & 8C Camden St., and 45 & 4 .
Perry St. June 12,-tf.
At D. LICITENSTEIN & CO'S
Fine stock Cigars always on hand.
May 5, 1874.
Misses Nash & Miss Kcllock
Select Boarding and Day
IlillHloi-o IV. C:.
rpiIE Misses Nash and Miss Kollock will
jl resume me exerciseB oi meir 6cnooi on
Friday, 24th J uly, and continue them twenty
weeks. Circnlars forwarded en application.
July 8, m. at
FRIDAY. : : : : AUG. 21, 1874-
Why the Darkies Like Southerners
II. V. It., in the Cincinnati Com
mercial : I have the story of an
incident at one of the llichmoud
hotels, which made me laugh, al
though all readers may not see any
thing funny about it. A Boston
man and wo Virginians sat at the
same table. The Boston man was
shocked to hear the Virginians call
the colored waiter "a d d black
rascal," and "nigger." Surely, he
thought the spirit of slavery was
strongly upon this people, lie was
careful to call the waiter "his
friend" when ordering dishes, and
to speak to him in the kindest and
most polite manner. Notwithstand
ing his honey speeches and bland
smiles, he noticed that the waiter
brought the Virginians altogether
the best dinner. Upon rejection
he ascribed it to the terror awak
ened in the poor waiter's mind by
the rough speech and overbearing
conduct of these southerner. No
doubt ho thought they would tLoot
this miserable creature dead in his
tracks if he djd not bring them j
what they wanted, and in
scyie. v nen me Virginians ieit
the table the sympathetic but rather
poorly-fed Boston man hastened to
get the ear of the waiter. ThirsN
ing for evidence of southern bar
barism, as well as for a rood cup of
coffee, he said to the waiter : "here j
were those men who insulted you i
and swore at you and talked rough, t
yet jou brougiit them a much better j
dinner than me, who spoke to you i
most kindly and politelv; how is ;
this " Well," replied tli3 Afti- j
can, us he cast a tly glance around j
and wiped the perspiration from I
his black forehead with the corner
of a napkin, "I know these men j
talk sorter rough like, but they
gives me money, and you don't !'
The Boston man retired with a
slight feeling of disgust f ir his
The Wise Choice of A Wife.
lie that findeth a true wife, fin
deth a treasure whose beauty and
lustre not even the shadow of death
can dim. It has often seemed
strange to me that men ar so blind
in choice of companions. 7u this
they sometimes seem to be the weak
er sex, for thev vield to deliberate
planned schemes, and in the face of
an unhappy lot, take painted dolls
or artfull women to share the "bet.
ter or worse."
-Ana yet, alter all, as the rspon-
sililitv resta more on him
be a harJcr thing than
aware of, to finl one whose price
is above rubies. There exists such
an artificial state of society ' lcau-
ty is ranked so high, and the graces
areo indispensable, that baoiely,
in door life loses its chiefest charm,
and woman becomes a creature of
waywardness and prettiness, that j
must be dressed up and petted, in
order to keep her in smiles :md de
Most young men think of "an es-.
tablishment," and somebody must !
preside of whom they are proud. !
They love to hear their friends say:
'Well L has a fine wife a wo '
man worth having; she plays and !
sings, she talks agreeably, and, alto- i
gether, makes a sensation." !
But when trouble comes, where is
the strong helper the courageous
spirit? Those mc dest home bodJies,
who seem so timid and backward
who oversee the humble household,
and ask no praise but that of the
husband's heart who shine but
little at parties, but who arc the
stars of home these are the wives
for the trials of earnest life. Their
love is as the rock never shaken by
The Sick Mr. Ka-psr.
While I was riding over tiie Kansas
Tacific,, writes "Eli Perkins," Bax
ter Bill, an old miner, got in at
Eagle's Tail. The old fellow had
been 'taking the pledge' ail day
around town, and doing his best to
avoid the crusaders. A few mo
ments after old Bill took his scat,
he fell into conversation about his
old friend Seth Harper, who run a
ranche down at Horse Heads then
he fell into a snooze. Hi3 dog lop
ped down into a car seat in front,
and his gun lopped down on the
Pretty soon a newsboy came
Dlong with newspapers
"Here's all the news Harpers
Weekly'.' he shouted.
''Harper's weakly, zhcu say b
boy'f(hic) Why 1 d-d-didn't know
he was s-s sic!
Awful Death from a Thunder Bolt.
At Dubuque last week during a
storm a ball of fire the size of a
man's head descended from the sky
into the centreof the street, directly
on the head of Paul Hinnis, and
there exploded with terrific report.
The hair was burned from his scalp,
the blood oozed from his ears, a
gash an inch and ahalf long
was found under his- chin where the
electric current had apparently
made its exit; the shock had brok-.
en his neck, and his body was
literally skinned. All down his
back and che3t and limbs to the
soles of his feet the cuticle was
peeled from the flesh and rolled
aud curled upon itself, leaving the
corpse a shocking spectacle which
those who saw could never forget.
What do you expect to live on?
asked an old gentleman of a young
man, who sought his daughters
hand. Live ! exclaimed the young
man, why, on you, of course. He
thought sush engaging frankness
would please the old man, tut it
J, E. SIMMONS
UNDERTAKE Ry 1 f
PITT ST., FOUR DOORS FR01WMAIN
Tarboro", N. C
I MAKE TO ORDER ANYTHING IN THE
Furniture line and also keep a small lot on
hand for sale CHEAP FOU CASH. Call and
I keep on band and furnish, at the shortest
MAHOG1IANY, WALNUT, POPU
LAR & PINE COFFINS, also
risk's Patent Metalic Burial Cases,
I have now a FINE HEARSE for hire on
March 27, 1874.
SAVE YOUR BACON !
The Panic is Upon Us !
Buy Where You Can Buy
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
i th'j public that I have opened, at the
stand tortmily occupied by Mr. R. Ii. A'nop
a First -Class
I In which ( .ui be found all kinds, of family
j s. ro'-eries, such as bacon, pin k, Hour, sugar,
coft.-c, molasses, iVc, at the very
! having been pursliased when every thing
was at its lowest. My friends and the pub
lic will please call aud see if a NEW BROOM
DOESN'T SWEEP CLEAN.
CALL AT ONCE.
H. A. SHURLEY.
the Citizens of Edge
combe ami adjacent
fJTilE undersigned rcspect'iilly aunouuees
JL that. U has again opeuel business of a
on ClmrtU Street, near Mr. Dozier's Store.
SjH'cj.il attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
! Particular care paid to
Also the mamnactnrinsr and rcpnirins; all
kind J.f agricultural !aud general BLACK
An experience of over TWENTY YEARS
in EJ'jjec-om'ie is HUtlieient testimony to my
capability. I respectfully ret ura thaujis for
the various mauilestatious of kindness here
tofore received and hope to continue to de
I. B. I'ALAMOUNTAIN.
' I for
1 &. (
has, taken the Asency
far YM. E. TANNER
CO., of the
Ol' ItICH.nO.D, Vj.
lie fr.rnish any machinery of their make
at factory prices and give estimates for pro
poseu now machiiierv, therehy saving much
delay in correspondence and the expense of
a trip to their shops, the J-Jngines and
i?av Mills built at these sdiops are gaining ni
iavor witn our people every day
riea-3i;ie will he taken in pointing out the
peculiar features and advantages of these
machines. II. A. "WALKER,
Sup't. Edgecombe Ag'l Works.
Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro', N. C,
Tarboro', Fi. C.
LL KINDS OP COUNTRY PRODUCE
JVk. taken in exchange, such as Raw Hides
Fuis, Sc. oct. 7-tf
Lager Beer & Wine
OPENING of the celebrated Summer Lager
Beer (Buck) on Friday, May 2Sth, ls7t,
from the Brewery of Jacob Seeder, Balti
more. Friends of a good cool glass of beer, are
F. S. I have built a platform at mv farm
for Dances and Vlenics. Fat ties or Societies
will do well by seeing me before selecting a
place to hold a picnic.
NEW BOOKS !
Just received at the
Tarboro Book Store
a supply of
Also quite au assortment of
at New York retail prices,
April 10, 171. tf.
j7 A. WILLIAMSON,
AT HIS OLD STAND,
TARBORO', N. C.
ANY style of Vehicles made to order at
x3L short notice.
B5? Special attention paid to REPAIR
I NO, and executed with dispatch.
Oct. 11, 1873.-tf. . ;
For sale by J. M. SPRAQIN3.
Tarboro', Mar. 13, 1874. tf.
X kwii jui dutc uj juunt jut j. ui t,mui:
Hall Haddock frnd wife Talitlia E. Had-
DUCK, T. A opiiiut jYizirjr n,. opuiu, uaiucn
B. Cherry and T. R. Cherry, Plaintiffs,
' . vs.
Sidney H. Spain, Executor of Charles II.
Spain, James A. Ifrown and wite Mary Al.
Brown, Robeit A. Brown, James H. Brown,
Win. A. Wilkinson and wife Mary E. Wil
kinson, James II. Williford and wife Mary
G. Williford, W. G. Little, gnardiau for
Emily Spain and Jane Spain, Wiu. A.
Brown aud Henry II. Browu, Defendants.
IT appearing to the Court that the Defen
dants, James A. Brown and wife Mary M.
Brown, Robert A. Brown, James II. Williford
and wife Martha E. Williterd, Win. A. Wil;
kcrsou and wife Mary G. Wilkinson, James
H. Brown, Win. A. Brown and Henry H.
Brown, are non-residents of this Slate and
that the Plaintiffs have cause of action against
the Defendants, aud after due diligence, per
sonal service oi the Summons and Petition,
issutdinthe cause, cannot be made. Now
therefore it is ordered by the Court, that pub
lication be made iu the " Euquircr-fcout hcrn- '
er," a newspaper published iu Tarboro', N. j
C., once a week for six successive weeks, no- i
tirjing said Defendants to appear at the oliice !
ol the Clerk of the Superior Court for Pitt j
couutv, in the Town of Greenville, on or be- I
fore the 5th day of September 1874, and au
swer, plead or demur, as they may see lit:
aud upon failure so to do, the prayer of Pe
titioners will be granted, and order of sale
made according to law.
Witness, V. L. Cherry, Clerk of the Supe
rior Court for Pitt county, at his office in
Greenviile, this July :2:2nd, J.S74.
W. L. CHERRY, Cleik.
July 24, IS74. fiw
AN OPPORTUNITY SEL
DOM MET WITH !
;HK underKijrned oiler.
for Mle to the
public his valuable
Pltunlc! on the hou'Ji .-ide of Tar Kiwi', three
miles from Spuria, adjoinir 1h.; land-! of
Klisw Carr and o'Iht-, eo'i'aTidmr 1 ' estima
tion 690 ACRES,
more or less. Th farm is proch'.eiive auJ in
cooj condition, lias an nlnimianct- of marl,
anil is well adapted to the i n'.livati"!! ol cot
ton and corn :um! oMut i'i :iin Thin' are up
on the f irm a
mimixti house of tex
nearly new, aril all necessary out-houtcs.
SW Daily mail delivered at the gate.
Kor further jiartieulars, apyilv to
C. L. VINES,
July 2-1-4 1. Sparta, N. C.
To establish a Public Market phiee
in the Town of Tarboro' and for
THE Mayor aud Commissioners of the
Town ot Tarborouu, do enact and or
dain as follow? :
Sec. 1. That the east half of the lot desig
nated and described on the plan of said town
as Town Lot number lifty-sis (")0;, ljiir near
the County Jail on St. James street, and on
which a Market House has been recently
erected, shall be, and tho same is hereby es
tablished as a public market pla lor said
milled between the hours of three and eleven
',.i,.i, ...), o.,n ,i. .
any slaughtered heel', jiork, mutton or lamb,
poultry or efisrs, at any place witniu the cor
porate limits of said Town other thau at tli"
market-place hereinbefore designated.
Adv person violating the pro i.-ions of this
section, shall be subject to a penalty of Two
Dollars, recoverable before auy Justice of the
Peace haviujc jurisdiction thereof.
Skc. 3. The provisions ot this Ordinance
shall not be so construed as to prohibit the
sale cr purchase ot pickled pork or beef at
at any time or place, or to prohibit the sale
or purchase of slaughtered hos during the
months of December, January and February.
Sec. 4. That this Ordinance shall take ef
fect and be in full force irom and after the
15;ti tav of , Tnl v. 1S74.
JOHN NOKFLEET, Mayor.
Witness, R. Whitehni-st.
Tarboro, N. C, July :J, lA. 4t.
St. Mary's School,
RALEICH, N. C.
rr,HE Sixty-Fifth Term of this School will
X commence on Thursday, Sept. rd, 174,
aud continue twenty weeks. The following
term will commence Jan. 21st, 1S73, aud end
June lUh. In beauty, accessibility, and
healthfulness of situation, social, literary,
moral and reliirions advantages, and modera
tion iu charges, this school is not surpassed
by any similar institution iu the country.
For a circular containing lull particulars,
apply to the Kector, lie v. A.LKEKT SMEDES,
D. 1)., Kaleigh, N. C. july 24-St.
A Select ICome School for Young Ladies
2. nt Oakdale, residence of the late Dr. J.
P. Battle. Limited number of boarders.
Fall term commences Sept. :lrd.
For circulars containing full particulars,
Col. W. D. Harrison, Hattlehoro', N. C.
Oeorge L. Wimberlv, Esq , Tarboro', N. C.
J. .1. Hattle, Esq., Rocky Mount, N. C.
or of the Principal,
MRS. C. W. SMITH,
July 24-lm. Katilehoro', N. C.
TERRELL & BRO.,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Near the Bridge,
Tartooro, 1ST- O-
J. A. WILLIAM
AND DEALER IN
Boots & Shoes, Tin aud Wood
en Ware, &c.
SlainHt., - Tarboio',NT.C
rpiIE Sixth Session of this P.oardin" and
X Day School for Misses and Young La
dies, commences Wednesday, the Sth day of
July, and continues full twenty weeks.
Board (including washing, fuel, lights
and furnished rooms,) .' $75 00
English Branches, ?12.n0 to $15.00
Latin and French, each, 5 00
Music, Piano, Guitar, 15.00
Ten or twelve girls can find comfortable
hoard in her father's family. Board, one half
iu advance. Tuition at close of session.
Circulars furnished on application.
Miss C. A. CKENSUAW,
Louisburg, N. C, July 3, 1874. lm
A BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL
. FOR YOUNG LADIES.
RALEIGH, N. c.
The Fall Session commences on WEDNES
DAY, the 23rd September, and continues
without intermiasiou to the middle of June
For catalogue and circulars containing fall
particulars, &c., address
. t , Key. R. BURWELL,
BIG BREAK IN PRICES!
MARKET GREATLY DE
SPRING GOODS JUST
TIE UNDERSIGNED II AS JUST RE-
turned from N
w York witli :i i;ire and well
st-!''cic() sux-k of
so'ik, Victoria Lawns, Jaco
net Cambric-, Piques,!, ineii Lawns,
Hamburg and Jah's Standard 'fi'iutm'tnt;?
llcmsticlid and Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Tics, Collar? and Culls, i:i jri cat
variety, Hclts, .Marseilles, O.iiits,
Napkins and Table (Moths,
rents', L-iUiea' and
Childi en's Alices.
I'h'u.-o give him a call before purehasim
T. H. CATLin.
Tarboro', N. C, April IST t.
The Brown Cotton Gin. j
The attention ofpiaatcr. nnd others is ayv.n !
called to the above ohl pud reliable make of i
Cotton Ciiis. They are liirnichcd this year
greatly improved, and nothing which au ex-
perieuee of thirty years in their maiu- !
lacture could suir;;ost has been left undone to
.iakc them the most reliable aud perfect Cot- !
ton (.iin in matket. As the result of our
ellorts we need only refer to their established !
reputation and wide-spreadfpopularity. For
lVrfecfion of Workmanship, Strength, Dura
bility, Lii;!it Running, and ipiantity and qual- !
ity of lint jirodtiecd, we challenge -ompeti-
lion. We are jireparcd to irnrrout to any '
reasonable extent perfect saiisfacliou to every t
jdanter or operator. Hie dms are sold at
the lowest possible prices for tjood machines,
and on reason able terras. We invite exam
ination of the samples in !he hands of our
local agents who will give all desired infor
mation and luriih-h applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory letters from
i a"u's ;n all sections ot the
cotlou I'lati'inar country. Circulars, I rice
Lists, and other information, way 1)C o.ta'ned
of our ;i rents or Uv addrcssine-
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pende & Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May Stli, 1S74 ly.
: X Sic
HilEE ROOMS OVEU THE i'.RICK
ore, third door from the Court House.
Also Two Dwelling Houses. Rest moderate
Apply to, M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', Feb. 0, 1S74. tf.
WAGONS & CARTS,
The Best Ever Made in
Will be disposed of on ensy terms to respon
sible parties, lu
ll. A. WALKER,
at Foundrv iu Tarboro' N. C.
M ireh -(', 1ST4. " 5?iu.
7 M. HOWARD,
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
&C, SrC7 SeC.
Opposite the " Enquire"" Oliice,
TARIUJRO, H C.
Dress Milking Emporium
MRS. E. SPIER, would respectfully in
forme the Ladies of Tarboro and vicin
ty that she bus opened an establishment in
the brick store next door to VV. S. Clark's,
where she is prepared t J
Cvxt, Xit antl 3Xiilco,
Ladies and Children Dresses in the Lnte&t
Our NEW SPRING FASHION PLATES
are now open for inspection..
March 20, 1874. tf
IX. T. COKKR,
-A-GENT JPOFi THE
Celeljratetl Wheeler &; "VVilssoii
Which SURPASSES all other llachines.
Home Shuttle Machine,
which is TIIE ISEST cheap Machine in Use.
Price from $25 to $75.
iW The public is invited to call and ex
amine my Machines before purchasing.
Oliice on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main,
TAKIIOUO', IV. C
Dec. 7, 1S72. lv
CHAMHEKL.Ua & RAW IS,
ExVLER3 IN FINE JEWELRY. FINE
Wutcbes Sterliiir Silver
Ware Silver Plated Ware, fJ
VT Fine Watches Repaired Faithfully
and Scientifically, and Warranted.a
TARBORO, N. C. "
Jau. 5, 1872.
rpiIIS OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY IS
JL now ready to supply the people of Tar
boro aud vieiuity with all Kinds ol
Bread, Cakes, French and Plain
Candies, Aids, Fruits,
ij-c., eft'., Ac,
embracing; every thing usually kept in a First
Class Establishment of the kind.
Thankful for the liberal patronage of the
past the undersigned asks a continuation,
with the promise of satisfaction.
Private Familiea can always have
tneir Cakes flaked here ut short
Orders for Parties &BaUs
promptly filled. Call and examine our stock,
next door to Bank of New Hanover.
Nov. 4.-ly. JACOB WEBER.
THE GKBAT 11EMEDY FOIt
can be cured hv n
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 lor the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints
and is offered to the public
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty yeai s. "When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis
Croup, Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. "Wistar'a
Balsam docs not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
SETH W. FOWLS & EONS, Boston, Mm.,
And sold by Druggists aud Dealers generally.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CHIVES THE VORST PAINS
In from 0r9 to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after rca'.inir this advertisement need anyoue
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
RADWAVS iiEAPY RELIEF IS A CURE Fu
It was the first and Is
TIio Only JPn.in licmedr
thut infitant.y stop- the nio-t excrucialinc pains, allan
Inriainmarinns. tintl fures ;oneetlo. wlHTlicrof ifte
I.tinv's. t.imach, buvU. or other slHds yi orws liy
IN TP.OM OKE TO TWESTT MISCTKS.
no mr.tcr bow violent or excruciating tile imin the
KflEi'MATHT. Bcil-rid'ten, Infirm. Crippled. Nirroiu,
Nfural'ie. or prosvrau-A witli disease may nuilvr,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WK.L AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OK THti KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OP THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE WWKL8.
I'O.ViiESTION OP THE LVStiS
POr.S TUIIOAT, D1FKK I L1' HRBATHINU.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART
HYSTERICS, cnOUF, H1PTHERIA.
COLD CniM.S. ACfE ''HILLS.
Tii application m'tlie Ready Relief to the part or
p arts where the pain or difficulty xitR will afford eae
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will In a few
'li.iTKPtit'f cure CRAMPS. SPASMS, SOUR iToMa'H.
UKARTBIRN, SH;K HF.ADACHE. DIARRHOEA,
DYSENTF.RY. COLiC. WI.ND IN THE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Tnivt'Iprs should alwnvs carrv a bottle of TIn4.
way's Ready Kellei" with thftn. A few drupin
waiiT will prevent sickness or pains from ohansc of
wat.T. Ii i. better than French Brandy or Bilttrb ua
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cored for fiftv cents. There Ii
not a remedial apent in this world that will cure Fevn
and Acne, and ail other MalarkifM, Hiloux. RcsHet
Tvphoid, Yellow, and o.her v rs aided bv BAl
WAVd PILLSI so fjtiick as RADWAY'ri READY RE
LIE". FUiy cvv.is p r buttle.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY!!
STRONG AND PfRF. RTCII BIX)OD INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIUIIT CLEAR HklN AMI
BEAU'TIFLL COMPLEXION KEOtJRED TO ALL
THE CHEAT FLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MO f ASTONISHIXtJ CURES: Si
Ol.'IiIK. PO KAI'I. ASK TIIE CHANE. TIIK
iiOOY I'NDEKiit.KS, UNDER THE INFLl'ENI'K
Or' THIS TliCLY W.J.NUERFUL MEDICINE,
Every Day an tease in Flesh
an4 Weicbt is'Sesn ana Felt.
Evrrv lron of the PAUSAIVt UILLIAN RESOL
VENT coiumimir.itts tiirouith t!to sweat, Prlue,
and otiicr Kl't;ls and juices t,T tl:cfv:o;n ttc vmvT ot
lile. tor it rr pnii-s the wastes of the t-1r with new and
sound mateviiil. Scrotal;;. Syninii-s' tkostinitioa.
tilant'n'i.r tii.-iaso. Ulcers in tiie triroat. Mouth, Ta
mo rs. :-..!. tho :i;tii.ls;uil or her parts t tiie M-sttin.
Snr ! - s. S: l uiuor.itis disch:;i l'i s in-iii lii.' Ear and
the Worst ionns oi Shitt diseas. Eriipiions Kever
Sores, Sctlil Head, Kinir Wurin. Sell Klivuin. Erysipelas.
Acne, Dlack Supta, fi.j-ii.s in the Flcth. Tumors. Can
cers in the Womb, and all weakenitis uimI painlUl dl
charces. Nisht Sweat. Lwsnf SKrm anrt all wateo(
the Pie principle, aro within the curative ian-tol ll"
wonder of Modern Ciiainistr. and low daya' us will
proc tunny pardon u.-wur it lor either at thcae foruuo:
disease its potent power to curs them.
I: the itiunt, daily becomiuc reduced ty the iratct
mid dec:u:ipo-'Kion that is eontttiuallv proL'residnc. sue
ceeds in ai ietln these wastes, and" repairs the "
wuti ner materltil made frm healthy biotat and tlii
tie: Sa .iSAi'ARILHAN will and d.ies secure a cure
is certain; fm" when once this remedy eoiinnetieeti it
work of purification, nnd succeeds, lu'dlminishim' the
loss of vyate. iLS repairs will tie rapid, and evrry 'lay
the patient will feel himaelfprowlin; bettvrandstri unier.
the food digesting tteiter, uppetite improving, aud rK;li
un i wei'-'tit increaslnif.
Not oniy does the Sarsapariluak Resomknt em
nil known remedial assents in ttxcurc of Chroalr. A n.
lulotis. Constitutional, aud Sltm diseases; but it i ti
only pdsiiivo cure for
Kidney Bladder Complaint.,
Urinary and Womb diseases, r; ravel. Dialictcs, Dropsy,
Stoppaite of Water, Incoutincii' oof Urine, Briifht's Dis
ease, Albuminuria, and in all cases where there aro
brick dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed
w ith, substance like the white l an eeir, or turvada like
white silk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
utice anil while bone-dust delimits, a"d whoti Uier M
a prlckinc. burnins sensation when passinit water, an.l
pain iu Uio tiinaU of the Back und aluiiB tiie Loian. .
Tumor of 1' Years' Growth
Cured by' Railway's Resolvent.
perfectly .astelcss. elegantly coated -with sweet cum,
puree, reRulute. purify, cleanse aud strengthen. Kail
w ay's Fills, for the cure of iii d isordeoux the Stomach.
Liver. Bowels, Kidneys, Madder, fiervous Diseases.
Headache. Oorutipation, Oostivnieas, Iiidresliou, Dys
pepsia, Biliousness. Bilious Fever. Iuflttinniatlun of trio
liowtls, I'iles. and nil Derautrenieni of the Iniernal
Viscera. Warranted to eftct a uiitive cure Purely
Vegetable, containing no mercury, iauieralordeleteri-
few doses of P.ADWAT'S PILLS will free the sys
tem from all the aliovc named disoiiters. Price,25 ee
per Box. 8ILD BY DKUUeHSTS.
HEAD "FALSE AND TBt-'K.' Send one letti:
stamp to RADWAT CO., So. SJ Woixpti S , Ne
VorK Information worth tbousauds will be sent
PARKER BRO Si
FLUMMER, LEWIS &CO., A
jy C, 1378.-ly. Tartoro',