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Iff HARDWARE STORE,
Next door to J. B. Coffield's.
The undersigned i now receiving a complete stock of
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which he proposes to sell at the very
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
This stock includes every variety of Hardware, to wit :
Cart Material. Builders Hardware, Locks,
Grindstones, Guns, Pistols, Cutlery,
Ammunition, Gin and Saw
Mill Beltin- &t, &c.
in fact every article usually kept in
I bought for Cash, and offer the
Farmers, Mechanics, Saw Mill men
find it to their interest to purchase
Tarboro", N. C, Sept.
3 DOORS BELOW THE COURT HOUSE.
I consequence of the dull times, I have determined to offer my entire stock of SPRLNG
AND SUMMER GOODS at the PRIME NEW YORK COST.
A FULL LINE OF
DRY GOODS, CLOTIIIM, BOOTS AND
SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
In Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, &c.
Give me a call and examine my Stock,
Tarboro', N. C, May 5th, 1874.
M. FALL AM) IVITII
Corner 3Iain nil I 1 1 1 Streets,
TARBORO', N . C.
Ready-Made Clothing !
Ready-Made Clothing !
Ready-Made Clothing !
Gents'. Boy s and
ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Boots
Consisting of Dres3 aad Neglit o Shirts, Merino and all Wool Under
Clothing. The latost styles Linen and Paper Collar?, Scarfs,
Handkerchiefs, Socks and Suspenders.
Youths' and Children's Clothing,
The greatest variety made iti the latt-st styles and prices warranted as low as
goods of like quality ran he bought for in the State.
Call and convinces yourself that
A. Whitlock's Clothing House
is the place where you can pet- a first-class outfit for Man, Boy or Child, at
a reasonable price. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Clothing of all kinds cut and
than City prices. 2 ST A good
A Large Sto
iiio 01llf :s3Sil
Sept. tlb, 1874.
Carnage, Buggy and
a Hardware Store.
goods for CASH, at extremely
and all consumers of Hardware will
W. G. LEWIS.
and convince yourselves.
t Stock of
and Shoes, Hats,
and 1 alises.
T order at short
minted or no sale.
notice and at legs
FOr? CUSTOM WORK.
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NOV. 6. 1874
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY.
Id speftkiog of a person's fa til U,
Fray don't forget your own :
Remember those with bouses of glass
Should cerer throw a stooe.
If we have nothing else to do.
But talk of those who am,
TIs better we commence at home,
ADd from that point begin.
We hire no right to jude a man,
Until he is fairly tried,
Should we not like his company,
YV e know the world is wide.
Some may hare faults and who has not 1
The old as well as young.
Perhaps for aught we know,
Hare fifty to their one.
I'll tell you of a belter plan.
And find it works fun well;
To try my own defects to cure,
Before of others tell ;
And though I sometimes hope to be
Ho worse than some 1 know
My own short comings bid me let
The faults of others go.
Then let us all when we commence
To slander friend or foe.
Think of the harm one word may do
To those we httlo know ;
Remember curses sometimes like
Our chickens " roost at home ;"
Don't speak of others' faults until
We hare none of our own.
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Civil rights Obliging answer.
Beginning to leave The leaves.
A green grocer One who trusts.
The child of the sea is always a
If W-o-r-c-e-s-t-e-r spells Wooster,
why doesn't R-o-c-h-ester spell
The farmers are now affected by
ciderial influences, and business
will soon be pressing.
A man in Cincinnati advertising
for a situation, says : 4 Work is not
so much an object as good wages.'
The kind of whiskey that makes
men lie down on railroad tracks is
being introduced in nearly erery
A clergymen at Paris Ky ; stop
ped his prayer to lead an unruly
man out by his ear, and went on :
'As I was saying, 0 Lord.'
Horace Greeley used to say that
a strictly honest man could live out
side of the poor-house. He wasn't
acquainted in Chicago.
Why is the horse the most hu
mane of all animals ? He gives the
bit out of his mouth and listens to
An Irishman returned from his
travels gallantly compared his land
lady to Vesuvius because ' she was
a fine old crater.'
A Barber is no longer simply a
ton8orial artist.' He is a pros
fes3or of crinicultural abscission and
At what hour did the devil make
his appearance in the Garden of
Eden ? Some say in the sight. He
certainly came after Eve.
' Gracious me !' exclaimed a lady
in a Boston witness-box, " how
should I know anything about any
thing Zdon't know anything about V
A m m who had a very small
wife, being asked why he chose out
so small, sii'l, that he had heard it
1 am aii-aid, dear wite, tuat
while 1 am absence will con -
4 Never fear, dear, the longer you
stay away the better I shall like
What relation is a loaf of bread
to a locomotive ? Its mother.
Why ? Because bread is necessU
ty and a locomotive an invention,
and we all know that necessity is
the mother of invention.
Jones presented his wife on her
last birthday with a beautiful silver
service. She was vcy thankful,
but said one piece in the Eet was
wanting, for the proverb Bays :
One good T-urn deserves anoth
1 My dear, said a wife to her
husband, do you know what is the
most curious thing in the world ?'
' Yes, madam, gruny answered the
brute, ' the most curious thing in
the world is a woman that is not
A young lady came to the city,
the other day, to have her picture
taken. When the artist showed
her the ' proof ' and asked her how
she liked it, she placidly remarked
that he ' put two muchamouth on it '
to suit her.
Our landlady, being on a yacht
during a squall, was horrified at
the unseemly levity of the captain
who told her that ' things square,'
when she could see with her own
eyes that he meant that everything
was in a wreck-tangle.
'I hope, Mrs. Giles,' said a lady
who was canvassing lor a choir at
the village church, 'you will per
suade your husband to join us. 1
am told he has a very sonorous
voice.' ' A sonorous voice, marin V
said Mrs. Giles. 4 Ah ! you should
hear it coram out oi bis nose when
'Mow, then, Joseph, parse aoart
ing,' said a teacher to a rather slow
boy. 4 Courtin is an irregular
active transitive verb, indicative
mood, present tense, third person,
and singular number, and so on,'
said Joseph. 4 Well, but what
does it agree with V demanded the
teacher. " It agrees with all the
gals in town !' triumphantly ex
What Components are Necessary in
Combination to Produce Good Crops.
Yesterday three casesJennings,
Smith & Co., vs. Smith James,
same vs. Jesse Burch, and same vs.
C. C. Burch were tried in the
County Court, Judge Claiborne
Snead presiding. In each case tne
plaintiff sued for the value of guano
sold to the defendants ana ior wmcn
they refused to pay, on the ground
that it was useless ana tenaea
rather to injure than to improve
their crops. One of the injuries
alleged was rust.
F. T. Lockhart, Esq., represen
ted the plaintiffs, and Jas. C. C.
Black, Esq., the defendants.
Among the witnesses examined
was Col. G. W. Rains, who had
analyzed the guano. His state
ment contains many points of in
terest to the planting community.
He said one creat trouble with the
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planters, as a general rule, was
that thev did not understand what
their lands needed in the way of
fertilizers, and therefore treated
them improperly. Some lands
needed the preseuce of a larger per
centum of ammonia and others of
phosphoric acid. These two were
the prime requisites in a good ferti
lizer, but it was essential to know
which was needed most on certain
kinds of lands. Too much am
monia would make a large and
luxuriant plant and but little fruit,
while too much phosphoric acid
w.-,nld make a dwarf plant and an
excessive yield of fruit. The two
in proper proportion were necessary
to effect the happy medium. When
an insufficient quantity of concen
trated fertizers are used, and the
soil in its ordinary state contains
but little to assist vegetation, the
plant may grow up finely, and up
a certain period be strong and
healthy, but when the time arrives
when all the soluble constituents of
the fertilizers have become absorbed
or exhausted, the plant suddenly
ceases to grow because it nas no
more of its necessary food supply.
All of its bolls are opened at an
early period because no new ones
are formed, and the surplus squares
cast off from an inability to perfect
their development. In such cases
bad compost been used with the
plant would have continued its
growth. Fertilizers are valuable in
proportion to the ammonia and bone
earth. Either can bo used alone,
but by far the largest yield is by
combining the two together, Rust,
he said, is a deceased Btate of the
plant which has its juices partly
absorbed and the remainder greatly
vitiated by an extremely minute
vegetable parasite; in the case of
cotton, it not only attacks the outer
parts of the plant, "but becomes
absorbed in the pores of the roats,
and thus finds its way even into the
interior of the cotton fibre itself.
The diseased condition of the plant
may spring from too small a quan
tity of fertilizer having been used,
or from too mnch or too little rain.
Where fertilizers are used the roots
of the plant push along the row,
and when the fertilizers fail the
nutriment of the plant is gone. Of
all the ferlilizers, ammonia and its
equivalent nitrogeneous compounds
are in general the most valuable;
not a tissue of the plant can be
formed without the presence of
nitrogen. A healthy plant can
only come from a healthy seed or
parent: it derives its nutriment in
i:s c-u'v proth from the juices of
jse(.'l vshii li are secreted or formed
from the solid i-arts of the grain,
j the young vegetable being et too
! undeveloped to obtain its food from
I the eurtli and nir. 1 he
.1IIimfiriia hou!J be about three and
j lialfper cent. -Augusta Chronicle
A friend writes from Europe :
What an amount of discomfort wet
boots entail, to be sure; and how
well we all recall the fretful efforts
we have now an 1 then made to
draw on a pair hard baked ones
which were put by the fire over
night to dry. Damp and adhesive
within, they are without stiff and
unyielding as horn. Once on, they
are a sort of modern stocks, des
tructive of all comfort, and entirely
demoralizing to tho tender. The
following simple device will rob the
cold, wet barn-yard of a slushy
winter or spring evening a half its
premise of discomfort for the next
morning. ' ' "
When the boots arc taken off, fill
them quite full of dry oats. This
grain has a great fondness for damp
and will rapidly absorb the last ves
tige of it from tho wet leather. As
it takns up the moisture it swells
and fills the boot with a tightly fit--ting
last, keeping its form good,
and drying the leather without
hardening it. In the morning,
shake out the oats and hang them
in a bag near the fire to dry, ready
for the next wet night, draw on the
boots, and go happily about the days
The Journal of Chemistry warns
the drinkers of the water of wells
that are near dwellings to beware of
the typhoid poison sure to be found,
sooner or later, in those reservoirs,
ii' any of the house drainage can
percolate them. The gelatinous
matter often found upon the stones
ofawellis a poison to the human
system, probably causing, by its
spores, a fermentation of the blood,
with abnormal heat or fever.
Wholesome, untainted water is
always free from all color and odor.
To test it thoroughly, place half a
pint in a clear bottle, with a few
grains of lump-sugar and expose it,
stoppered, to sunlight in a window.
If even after an exposure of eight
or ten days, the water becomes tur
bid, be sure that it has been con
taminated by sewage of some kind.
If it remains perfectly clear, it is
pure and safe.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
rprrSMPLE Agents. Ladies'
I II LL Combination Needle-book, with
fceoa stamp. UEiN d: uo., new
PEOPLE Ma'e or Female,
Employment at home, $30 wr week
warranted, no capital required. Particulars
and valuable samples sent tree. Address witn
6 cent return stamp, (J. KObS, Williamsburg,
eiTTseroTDTinu . nnnire choice and
OUUdVlMl. IlUil AiVUIftiJ
lust rated. Great Inducements to Agents. I
For terms and circulars, address, EW
WORLD PUBLISHING CO., Philad'a, 4w
W Orli At homui male or fom916 ; t35 per
II week, day or evening. NoCipital.
IOr all We send valuable package of goods
by mail free. Address with six cent return
stamp, M. Yorraa, 173 Greenwich 8t., N. T.
$ 2.00 worth of samples given away to those
who will become agents. J. BKiUa. ff uu
767 Broadway. N. Y. 4w
Agents Wanted! Diploma Awarded
for H kew A!sPICTOKIAL BIBLES
12,000 ILLUSTRATIONS. Address for cir
culars A. J. HOLMAN A CO., 930 ARCH St.,
Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Drugsists. 4w
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FREE I
YITE want a representative in every neigb-
f 1 borhood to take orders and deliver
goods for our (rREAT C. 0. 1). SALE of Sta
Dle Family Goods. The most popular and
best money-makinsr basinets In America, for
vounsr. old. male or female, at borne or trav
eling. Large cash profits, a complete outfit,
samples of goods, lists, circulars, etc., SENT
FREE to any addres. Addicss
ALDEN, HALL & CO.
4w. 6 N. Howard St., Baltimore, Md.
WATERS' SEW SCALE PIANOS,
CATT iDE .rl ITDD1CIIT ore the best
OUIiilitu tlUU US. IlIMIH made. The
touch elastic, the tone powerful, pure and
even through the entire scale, yet mellow and
Waters' Concerto Organs
cannot be excelled in tone or beauty : they
defy competition. The Concerto Stop Is a
nue Imitation ot the Human Voice.
Warranted lor 0 years. PRICES EX
TKEMELY LOW for cash or part cash, and
balance in monthly payment, second-band
instruments at great bargains. AGENTS
WANTED. A liberal discount to Teachers.
M misters. Churches, Schools, Lodges, etc.
Illustrated Catalogues, mailed.
HORACE WATER8 A SON,
4w 481 Broadway, N. Y. P. O. Box 3567.
EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE.
JULIAN J. CUlSOLin, m. D
Professor of Eye and Ear Diseases in the Vni-
vcrsity of Ma.,
Scrgeon in Charge.
This instltnlien, established la one of the
largest and finest dwellings in the city of
Baltimore, is thoroughly organized and fitted
up with every convenience for the exclusive
treatment of persons suffering from Eye and
Each patient ha? a chamber to himself, and
receives every attention from skilled nurses.
The Surgeon with his family resides in the
Institute, a very great convenience to the
sick, especially those operated upon, who can
be visited at all times and at a moments notice.
fi Those desiring information will apply
by letter to JULIAN J. CUISOLM, M. D.
4w 5o Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
The MASON & HAMLIN
winners of THREE HIGHEST MEDALS
and DIPLOMA of Honor, at Vienna, '73 and
Paris, '67, now offer the Finest Assortment
of the BEST CABINET ORGANS In the
world, including new styles with recent im
provement, not only exclusive for cash, aa
formerly, but also on NEW PLANS OF EAST
rAiMKNTs, the most fovorable ever offer
ed. Organs Rented with Privilege of Pur
chase, to almost any part of the country.
First payment f 9.90 or upwards. Illustrated
Catalogues and Circulars, with full particu
lars, sent iree on request. Address
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO.
4w Boston, New York or Chicago.
Wi 1 buy a F.ot Mortgage Premium Bond of
w v iwniiQTBiii cYuiRmnw on
III la IIIVUUIIIinL i.illUI I IVI1 VVll
Authorized by the LegWluuire OI ttie Slate of
2d Premium Dramnjr, DEC. 7, 1871
3d Series Drawing, JAN. 4. 1875
EVERY BOND will be Redeemed with a Pre
niiuui, as an equivalent for Interest.
CAPITAL PREMIUM, $ i OO.OOO.
Address, for Bonds and fall information.
MORCENTHAU. BRUNO A CO.;
Financial Agents, 23 PARK ROW, N. Y.
Post Office Drawer 29. 4w
HAVE YOU TRIED
j u n unjsni.
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated ?
Are you so Languid that any exertion re
quires more of an effort than you feel capable
of making ?
Then try JURU8ENA, the wonderful
Tonic and Invigorator, which agts so benefi
cially on the secretive organs as to Impart
vigor to all the vital forces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu
lates for a short time, only to let the sufferer
fall to a lower depth of misery, but it is a
vegetable tonic acting directly on the liver
It regulates the Bowels, quiets the nerves,
and 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
periencee no sudden change, no marked re
sults, but gradually his troubles
" Fold their tents, like the Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new aud untried discovery, but
has been long used with wonderful remedial
results, and is pronounced by the highest
medical authorities, "the most powerful
tonic and alterative known."
Ask your druggist for It. For tt le by
WM. F. KIDDER & CO., New York. 4w.
BUY YOTTE FURNITURE DIRECT
And Save 25 Per Cent.
Walnut Parlor Suits, Reps or Hair
Cloth, containing seven pieces $50 00
Walnut Bedroom 8uits, Marbles tops,
containing ten pieces 59 00
Beautiful Fainted Cottage Suits, Com-
plete 19 oo
ALSO, A MAGNIFICENT VARIETY OF
HIGH COST WORK.
Full Catalogue and Price of all my Stock
sent by Mail, free on application. Write for
iff St MM
J gp I a m 1
rWrtr T umhoP PrtCin
TIEMAN WATTOX & CO.,
9T NORTH LOMBARD ST
Send for PRICE CURRENT.
4w Refer to BANK OF COMMERCE.
, . ,
mnnlDeiier femaid flU'
AT ALEXANDRIA. AA.
NOVEMBER 23rd, 1374.
LIST OF GIFTS.
lUrandCash Gift $100,000
1 Grand Cash Gift 50.000
1 Grand Cash Gift 25,000
10 Cash Gifts. 110.000 each 100,000
15 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each 75,000
50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each 50,000
100 Cash Gifts, 500 each 50.000
1,000 Cash Gifts, 100 each 100,000
1.000 Cash Gifts. 50 each 50,000
30,000 Cash Gilts, 20 each 400,000
22,178 Cash Gifts, amauntlng to- -$1,000,000
Number of Tickets, 100,000.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole Tickets .$20.00
Eighths or each Coupon 2 50
The Montpelier Female Humane Assocla
tion, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia
and the Circuit Court or Orange Co., propos
es oj a urand uitt concert to establish and
endow a " Home for the Old, Infirm, and
Destitute Ladies of Virginia' at Montpelier,
tb former ; residence of President James
Governor's Office, Richmond.July 3. 1874.
It affords me picas ur 3 to say that I am well
acquainted with a large majority ot the offi
cers oi the Montpelier female Humane As
sociatioa, who reside in the vicinity of my
home, and 1 attest their intelligence and their
worth and high reputation as gentlemen, as
well as the publc confidence, influence and
substantial means liberally represented among
mem. Jiniia l.. uuriEK. uov. Va.
Alexandria, Va., July 8, 1874. I
commend them as geets of honor and integ
rity, and fully entitled to the conhdeuce of
R. W. HUGHES. U. . Judge East'n Dist. Va.
Further references by permission : His
Excellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Governor
of Va., Hon. Robt. E. Withers, Lieut.-Gov. ot
Va., and U. S. Senator elect ; Senators and
and Members ot Congress from Va.
Kemittances tor tickets may be mad by
express prepaid, post-office money-order on
Washington, D. C , or by registered letter.
For full particulars, testimonials, sc. send
for circular. Address,
Hon. JAMES BARBOUR,
Pres't M. F. H. A. Alexandria, Va.
Reliable agents wanted everywhere. 4w
Edgecombe County, North
- IN TEE SUPERIOR COURT.
Jesse L. Tlemming, Sally Ann 1
craaay, wm. K. waiston and
Leonora his wife, Wm. R. Ow
ens and George Ella his wife,
Robt. Waiston and Mary Ann
his wife, and F. D. M. Flem-
ming, an infant by her Guard- Summons.
tan lneopuuius Atkinson,
Henry C. Skinner, Willis Skin
ner and Cary W. Fitzgerald
and his wife Sarah C. Fitzger
ald, Defend euls. J
State of North Carolina,
To the Sheriff of Edgecotnl County ,
YOC are hereby commanded to summons
Henry C. Skinner, Willis Skinner and
Cary W. Fitzgerald and his wtfe Sarah E
ritzgerald, the defendants above named, if
they be found within your county, to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the Superior
Conrt lor the county of Edgeeombe within
thirty days after the service of this summons
on them, exclusive of the day of such service.
and answer the complaint or petition of
planum tor partition by sale ot a tract or land
of 100 acres, which was deposited in the of
fice oi the Clerk of the Superior Court lor
said county on the vist day oi September,
1874, and let them take notice that if they fall
to answer the said petition within that time,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demacded on the petition.
Herein tail not and of this summons make
Given under my hand and seal of said Court,
this 21st day of September, 1874.
JNO. SUKf LEtT,
Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe Co.
Fred. Philips, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Sept. 25. 6w
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention oflplanters and others Is aga'.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
make them the most reliable and perfect Cot
ton dhi in maiket. As the result of our
efforts we need only refer to their established
reputation and wide-epreadpopularity. ' For
Perfection of Workmanship, Strength, Dura
bility, Light Running, and quantity and qual
ity of lint produced, we challenge competi
tion. We are prepared to warrant to any
reasonable extent fer.tpt satisfaptionto every
planter or operator. The Gins' are sold at
the lowest possible prices for good machines,
and on reasonable terms. We invite exani
inatiou of the samples in the bands of our
local agents who will give all desired infor
mation and furnish applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory letters from
parties using the Gins in all sections of the
cotton planting country. Circulars, Price
Lists, and other information, may be obtained
of our agents or by addressing
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
Pun-dek & Jkxkijjs, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
To the Citizens of Edge
combe and adjacent
THE undersigned respectfully announces
that he has again opened business of a
on Church Street, near Mr. Dozier's Store.
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
. Particular care paid to
Also the manufacturing and repairing a
kinds of agricultural and general BLACK
An experience Of over TWENTY YLaRS
in Edgecombe is sufficient testimony to my
capability. I respectfully return thanks for
the various manifestations of kindness here
tofore received and hope to continue to de
Nov. 8-tf. I. B. PALAMOUNTAIN.
Bank of New Hanover,
Wiimington, IS". C
Capital & Surplus, $350,000
BRANCH AT TARBORO', N. C.
M. WEDDELL, Pres't. J. D. CUMMrNG, Ctih'r
: Directors :
Matthew Weddell, John S. Daacy,
Fred. Philips, John Norflcet,
W. G. Lewis, Elisba Cromwell.
This Bank tranacta a general banking bus
iness. Collects in any part of the United
States. Buys and sells Gold, Silver, Ex
change, Old Bank Notes and Stocks.
Feb. 80, 1874. Xy.
RADWAYJS READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from Ons'tb Twenty Minute-
NOT OWE HOUR
after realtng this advertisement necj any ono
SUFFER WITH PAIN'.
RAOWAY'3 KBA-TjT' HELIET 13 A CURE Inn
;: . EVERY i'AIN'. , MK .I0R
It was the first anil U
Tho Only Ilcmcdr
"' 'nssniii-y mnp- ino mut excruciating ham. ..,,.
TnflftminMlin Mild rti i-n..-i ' . ia
Lungs. Mumach, Btm ela, or otiu r zuimlt ui or ,
one sppliCTtten. . . .
IN FROM ONE TO TWESTY MIXUTES.
RHEUM TU', ned.rid.len, infirm. Ci-iip;,.'.' J" n,e
Ni-iiralKic, or vrwitraud Uh disease uiay sufftr
f2 AD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Wirlk AFFORD TNSTAfT EASE
I.VFLAMll aloV OK THE KlUXFT
INFLAMMATION OF THK Hnwi-:r 8 BI-AODKR.
SOKE Til HO AT, DlKFKTlT HHKATilisr
I'ALPITATIuN ! t.f irr.
IITSTERICS, CR3UP, KU'THKliU ' E UEAKT.
HEADACHE, TOOTH ArilEt''A1'-li-U!:- '"-t'E.NZA.
tT.n rniLi.s, xnrr. run i v ' Uill-l'-nii.
The- .4ieat..i ., Hi.- Rfnil, K-llf to the ,.
parts where ilie pain or a.m. I;:tv tx,.,,. f-." ' ,f"rI,,r
ai. l I'omtoi t. " r.i .-a.,.
Twenty drops in half a tniMer..f iva:.- ru '; in . ..
moreen's cure CRAMPS. SPASM SoUit Tf ir'ii
I.YvEVTF.ilY. mi.;,' y.rJTF
..IHllISTERSAI. I'AINn ' K0T,t'-
-.1 ay K-'aaly RrHtf
ami ..-'A itrt-M'i.r .irfc:,.- .,,
bottle of Itsi,:.
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mill AifW. himJ all "other ' Malaria' Bit J".'.'.! ' :
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ot- :-'tK.-'i iMi wi.iutn -i :.i..tii n't in iV,
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DRE RAD WAY'S
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OF Till IRCLt WoNOtl'FUL -MKBHUKR
tim Bay aa Increase ia M
Ever;.- ilnm ' ' P.-vlt.-r".l:Tt P.F.OL.
VE.VT e'-iiiiiiuni-.ui- i !:r : i . 1 ; '. ivt ji. I'rtno.
anil utlier Fluids at.d U'. it a ta. 4i r t- v : 'to visT rf
life, for It rci'iiir tl. . v:ifi new an j
aouihl o;irml. ; Sito;i:. a, , .K''itiiqinpiinB.
Glaiirf.'.'ii !m,w, I'fo-rs ji'" u i..:,' Vn'.Mli. Tu
mnrs. .'- tl tria!':i1.'ft-Vr twrtiii: i!if jrMem.
Sort r.v ;r': ; .: Uitot. i:v;.i E;tJ-.-the
wort : noi "'.rtkiirttei-;-Euipil. u. Ifever
Sores, s a i- :ii. It'ii.' Woriu Suii liii.-uiii. Lrsiu'j;ts.
AcoeJCiaei: $aU.IKitm tm Flc-lh luiiiora. Can
cers in UK- vVo:):b. aul all vekt-tnuL' aii'l itimtui c
ebare. Ni;.'fct m-m' L(riitii and u)l watwnf
the life p-i'ioiwe. ) wiilmi (lie ceruuve raupc uf tins
wuKiltr-ii Mo-leni i.hemisirr. an.l :i feiv i!ays' will
Sruvc :n .i.iy ptrbu:i u;!l! it tor eitiier tl tliwe lorm ui
iseasc it Vinten: power to cure ttii-i.i. . -It
:he : 'tir-nt, tl-'iV tjeconiin;! rt.liiccil by the wu-tcs
aiKl ilv-L-.aip3-:ii.,n (hat is coniinaaiiv (ir'resf:!:. ue
citiN ;j .i :i-s;inj the-'C wa-it. .irM rt j.ntr tht
wi:l, ii. ".t tiinti'rvu '.ide trom "nalcby lilootl and ;iiii
ll:e SAi'-ArAHILLI AN wiil an.l ft.'ws njcuri'-a ciuo
is oena'm: lor when on?e this n mr ly coiiimencei lit
worit ot" I'Uriiii stl'Hi. aiul stiv-te. is:i tliiiiiiii.iiiij'-' : ti-
losaol' ua.te. it.s rc.airi. v.-ill Ije run, 3 tuirl every ilny
the putU-Mt '. iiiti'i! lii:bieit'i.'r-wj;if etLTUiiiMn.'i.ier,
the I ikmI i:ifi:;iiia lKitt.r, ;)taia Ml'Joviiitf. ih! (list
airl weLi:( ini.rc::siu- .
Nut only iiot: lite SAwaAi'-tBttLi.t tIo!ryT e
ail kuovvu remtiliai&genuintheciirci trguic. m:i(
lulom. Coiistltnlional, anil Kkrt iHoc.?; lat 1'- i
only positive euro ior CftT'' !
Kidney C Bladder Complaint jf
Trinarv an.l Wemn iise8e. iSravc'. Hiabotes, Drnpsy.
Stoppage ot T itiir. ne ontinein uf Urine, bnslitV Dis
ease. AlbLitiji.itiiia, au.i in ail caes where iliro are
triclt-duat J aysits. or UnWir Utlilcl, t euly. uuxcU
with sulwtanees lite the wliiieot' hm -gir. or thremts Ilk.
w liitu ailk. or ttwre is A juurk Jrk. iuttwta a;(iir.
auce. a white bone-Just vleiiusits, anil wiit-n lut-iv i
u pricking, barnin,' aeatlo-w4iintsKit: water. aini
pa;u in tiio tiuiaU v( thit U.ivi u,iAiui-i UiSj-t,
Tumor cf 12. .Xetrs Groivih
Cured by JLiadivay's Resolvent.
perfectly '.nsleless, e'.egiuitlj- coated with f weet gum,
pqrpe. regulate, purifv, eH anse and strenstUeu. KaJ
way'a Fill, for th ours of a! 1 U iaorilors of tliu atuir.aeh.
Liver. Bowels, Kidnevs, Bladder. Nervuua Uiseaeii,
Headache. Coiiitipatroh. Cutivijsa, ladiitetion. Dva
nepaia. Biliousness, Bilious Fever. Jnlliininia'ion of the
Itoweli, files, and -all UeraacBintnts of th Interail
Viscera. Warranted tflfct a no-iiiva cure. Purely
Vegatabls, coutainiug noueiry, uiitiralsjrdeleterl-
al fwdoaes af HABWAV PILLS wffl free -the -y,.
tern from all tliaabove named dioracrs, . l'rie. Sieonii
per Box. 8()LD BY DuUGGISTS.
READ "FALSE AXO TRl'E.-' Sen one litre,
stamp to RAD WAT A CO., No. SS Warren s ,
Yorl: InformMion worth touanJi will be sent jou.
;. FLUID IS&ICT
.... I j.i ...
The only knowu remedy or -
And a positive remedy tor- ' '
GOUT, GRAVEL. STRICTURES, DIABE
TES, DYSPEPSIA, -MERY.OUB .
t .DEBILITY, DBOIJS.Y,,;:,
Non-retention or InooDthien;of liuc, ir
ritation, Inflaraation or, Ulceration oi the
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
Ireucorrhfjea or Whites, Diseases of the'Pros-
trate Gland, Stone ia'th-kdrrer;;
Colculus Gravel or -Bricltdast Depofcit and
Mucus cr Milky Bisaharges : -
Permaoently Ours all; Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AS!) DE0PSIGAL
SWELLING , , -
Existibg iri Men, Women'Stifl CLiUieD,
tW NO MATTER WHATTHE AGE.
Prof. Steele say : 0n bottla of Kear
ney's Fuid Extract Buclrn is worth more
than all other Buchus comhiced.''
Price, One Dollar per Bottle,' or Six Bot
tles for Five Dollars."
Depot, 10-4 Duane St, New York
A Physician in atteiiance to answer, cor
respondence apd give advice grat;s," . .
iTff" Send rJtamp for ' Pamphtets, fre.3
Nervous and. Debilitated
OF BOTH SEXES.',"
2?o Charge for Adiite and 'nisull',ttmt.
Da. J. B. Dyott, : feraduate of Jefferson
Medical College, Philadelphia, author of
several valuable works, can be consulted on
all diseases of the .Sexual or; .Urinary Or
gans, (which be has made especial
study) either in male dr female, he 'matter
from what cause OTlgrtiatSfig' or nf how long
standieg. A practice oi . 30 .' .vests, enables
him to ti'afc . diseases with success, , Cures
guaranteed.... (Charges reasonable. ; Xhusa
at a distance can 'forward lettes describitig
symptoms and enclosing ' stamp to prepay
postage. : ..'
Send for the Guide io Health. : Price 10c.
J. B. DYOTT, M. I).,
Physician arjd Surgeon,104 Duane St., N. V.
A, NOTE of date of Feb. 23rd, 1874, for the
sura of $421.07, drawn tiivor of J. W.
J. House and signed by Jumoii Whitchurst,
has been lost. AH persons ore warned not to
trade for the shove not., and the drawer is
notified not to pay the same. .
' ' - J. W. J.
STORE TO LET.
THE STORE rdjoiuing lliit of Mr. J. 11.
Bell, now occupied by Mews. II. Mor
ris & Bro. - 4 "
For particulars, spply to
- r GEO. HOWARD.
Jan. 16, 1874. ' ' tf