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Corner 3Inin and. riit Streets,
TARBORO', N. C.
Ready-Made Clothing !
Ready-Made Clothing !
Ready-Made Clothing !
FRIDAY. : : : : DEC. 4. 1874
What I Don't Know About Farming. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
As you hare solicited me to write
w vnnr valnnh! nnpp. and an T
. i ."if l 'j !u UDromut. ccoa Biauiu
Muuvt uijoci Biuugoiuo n 4v i uedford, -Maes.
the learned agriculturists who can
XT PATHKB ETAJT.
Teart that trickle down her eye,
They do not nil to earth aud dry :
They soar like angles to the skies,
And like the angela cannot ate,
For oh ! oar immortality
Flows through each tear, sounds in each
What waves of tears surge o'er the deep
Of sorrows in our restless souls !
And they are st-onfc, not weak, ws weep,
These drops from oat the sea that rolls,
Without their heart! foreTennore ;
Without a depth without a shore I
But ah, the tears that ars not wept
The tears that nerer outward fall
The tears that grief for years has kept
Within us they are best of all
The tears of our eyes nhall never know,
Are deeper than the tears that flow.
Each nieht. upon earth's flowers below,
The dew comes down from the darkest
And every night our tears of woe
Qo up, like dews, of Paradise,
To keep in gloom aud moke mora fair
The flowers of crowns we yet shall wear.
For ah ! the surest way to God
Is up the lonely stream of tears.
That flow, when bending- 'neatb the rod,
And nil the tide of oar past years.
On laughter's billows hearts are tossed
On wave of tears no heart is lost.
Flow on, ye tean I and bear me home I
Flow on, ye tears, of deepest woe !
Flow on, ye tears, that are but foam.
Of de-per waves tbat will not now !
A little while I reach the shore
Where tears flow not tbrevermore.
Gents', Boy's ami hihlreus Clothing
ALSO A LARGE STOCK OE
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Consisti u of Di'.
5 a:l NoiL'PO
TUo 1 itest 8'vl:3
Shirts, Merino and all Wool Under-
anulicicuitio, tot lis
ion mil I'appr Collars, Scarfs,
AS ! f i
The greatest variety mnde in tho 1
gcoda ot ii
styles and price warranted as low as
qi'. iiitv un 1)0 bauIit tor in tho State
ill and conviuco vourself that
A. Vhitlcck's Clothing House
is tho placo whero ycu can uet a 11: st-clas-;
o'.i'Ht for Man. Boy or Child, at
a reasonable mico. (.'all and t-x.-tuima bi-f'oro purchasiag elsewhere.
lerelmut Tailoring Bepartment.
Clothing of all kin
i'i 1 m ule to order at short notice and at less
P fi 1 1 Combination Needle-book,
Dean & Co., New
No capital required. Particulars aod valu
able sample sent free. Address with C cent
return Btamp, U. kuss, w imams ourg, r. l.
j 1,11 r . . i iiunaiAfli tict."i aic- i ni uuiur,
unaouoteuiy isiia wen wu paper, Maje or Female. a week warranted.
and tell you 'What 1 know about
farming, a thought A would tell
you what I don't know. I don't
know how a man can raise corn on
these worn out lands, who does
not keep any stock, or raise any
manure, nor does not cultivate with
in ten yards of the ditch banks,
thus leaving the best lands to grow
ud in bulrushes and briars, but
keeps an old, poor horse or two,
AGENTS WANTED for the PEOPLE'S
JOURNAL. Four mngTiificert Chromos
free. The most liberal offer ever imde. Send
8 cent stamp for circular and etuujile. P. W.
Zikqleb B Vo , sis Arcn ft , rniia., ra. v
Yll.J At home, male or female; ?o5 per
x. week, day or evening. NoCapit.il.
Kir Ull We send valuable package of goods
by mall free. Address with six cent return
stamp, M. IOUK8, 173 rc-enwicn t., I.
puts them to an old, worn out plow, flf ASTED-AMntSArtieKw
and Scratches the old, WOrn-OUt hill, S2 00 worth of samples given away to Ui-s(
BlUCo AUU IUCH nUUl IS Otiaii"i UK? Rrnirlwir N Y 4V
than all, you will hear this same u -;
1 think r
cryine aown v lrginia
the commonwealth ought to sue mm
I don t know how a tarmer ex
pects to have meat to eat who raises
no cattle, and if he attempts to
raise hoes he has these old, fiddle
faced fellows that eat their heads
off twice during the winter, and
when spring eomes they are so lean
that by tying a knot in their tails,
you can keep them from getting
through a fence. Stranger still
this man is always comnlainins of
the high price of bacon. I think
the meat dealers ought to send him
to the lunatic asvlum. ldont see
how a man expects to make any
thint? bv farming, who year after
1W YORK TRIBUNE
"THE LEADING AMERICAN
SYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHARM
ING." How either Rex tuny laseiuate
and cain the love and nliections ol any per
son they choose instantly. This pimple men
tal acquirement all can possess, irec, uy man.
for 25c, together with a marriage guide,
Egyptian Oracle, Dream, Hints to Ladies,
Wedding-Migbt Hnirt, dec. a queer hook. ju-
dress T. WILLIAM & CO. Pubs. Phila. 4w.
Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness,
and all throat diseases,
WEILS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
8old by Druggists. 4w
HAVE YOU TRIED
J UK USiBB.l.
than. Citv prices. -V tt warrantovl or no sale.
Sept. -25, 1S74.
Ol-i HAND F03 CUSTOM WORK.
Fn I Wintpr
I till 1a If ililul
m i i H n s
Great attractions at the Popular Estab-
.orris c; 5ro.
Vi'e again take pleasure in nnnou
that we have now m store cno
ici:i to our friends and public gen
of the largest, most complete, and
best assortment of Goo.b, ever ofierc-.l to the citizens of Edgecombe and
a (joining counties. Our stock consists of a full line of
MulllJ. i UilLill)
k Ml Oil
Ol Evory X3eKei'iptioii.
Shoes, Hats & Caps,
all of wlii
ices that will suit everybody. We
Real clorv eprinea from the si
lent conquest of ourselves.
The hardest things to deal with :
An old pack of cards.
How Patrick proposes to get over
his single blessedness B propos
ing to Bridge it.
The handsomest lady in a horse
car is not always the one that is
Something new forf the Oriental
ists' Congress What did Nouh'6
bees while afloat ? They kept the
There is no plural to Daddy Long
legs, as it's always been regarded as
a singular creature.
The procurement of a clean paper
collar for the groom delayed a high
toned Newark wedding an hour and
a half the other day.
" Men scorn to kiss among themselves,
And scarce would kiss a brother ;
Bat women want to kiss so bad,
They kiss and kiss each other."
A darkey preacher lining out a
hymn from memory said :
Plunged in a ulf of dark despair,
Ye wretched sinners torn out of dar J
Daniel Webster has accepted a
position On the rew xork police,
and it is therefore inferred that bis
dictionary has not proved a sec
An oil maid suggested that when
men break their hearts it is all the
same as when a lobster breaks one
of his claws another sprouts imme
diately, and grows in its place.
When a widow in any neighbors
hood sttU, her cap for a young man,
there isn't one chance in a million for
any young woman to win, even if
sh Lob: the four aces.
An old gander was recently killed
in Virginia at the age of ninety. The
name of the fortunate boarding house
that drew the prize is not given.
An Ohio constable has absconded
with the sum of $o.2o. Do not,
gentle reader, turn up your nose, for
it was alt the public money he could
get hold of.
Said a conscientious aaotioneer :
'Ladies and gentlemen, there is no
sham about the carpets; they are
genuine taj Rtry oarpets. I bought
them of old Tapeatry himself.
A youth who attended a Scotch
revival meeting for the fun of the
thing, ironically inquired of the
minister Whether he rould work
a miracle or not.' The young man's
curiosity was fully satisfied by the
minister kicking him out of church
with the malediction, We cannot
work miracles, but we can cast out
The acme has been reached in the
pathos oftitles by music publisher,
who has produced a touching piece
of mewsick under the pathetic
name of ' Mother, Bring My Little
ivitten. V e propose getting out
as a companion piece, 'Daddy,
Have you Drowned the PuppieB ?'
Apropos of the Tyndall-Darwin the
ories comes in one of Gen. Sckenck's
latest stories that he told to the wife
of a British cabinet, officer who
assured him that "England made
America all that she is.' 'Pardon,
madam,' said the general; 'you re
mind mo of the answer of the Ohio
lad in his teens, who, at tern ding Su?u
day school for the first time, was
nfckfcd by the teacher, 'Who made
ou?' 'Made me? 'Yea., 'Why,
Ood made me about so long' holding
his hand about ten inches apart, 'but
I growed the rest.' '
Weak. Nervous, or Debilitated?
year takes everything frOni his farm Are you so Languid that any exertion re-
and puts nothing back. The mercU- quires more ol an euon man jou leei capauie
ant if he were to sell out one stock T, i' jhrubena. the wonderful
of goods, Could not expect his 6tore Tonic and Invigorator, which acts so
. J. .-i t. cially on the secretive organs as to
to pay him any more, until he laid . n tUe vital forc(rs.
in another stock, buch a man re- it is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu-
. , r v l k lates for a short time, only to let the sulliTer
minds me of a lankee who came to &u w a ,owcr deptn' of Jral8ery bnt it u a
tt!3 neighborhood several years ago, vegetable tonic acting directly ou the liver
i sj: i-j it. :.i -Ci- and SDlocn.
ami riuicuieu me iue oi u-iuuio, . fl, .,nl.t
FOUNDED ET iluKACE GRESLET.
In the recent elections the people have
declared iu favor of honesty in politics and
independence in journalism. Tub Teibcse,
which years nyo declared that it was uot
and never more would be a li"ty oraan,
claims the verdict, as the popular vindica
tion of its course, and recoanizes in the re
sult the voice of the people lor reform and
integrity iu government, lor candor and in
dependence amonjj newspapers. lJuiiii
the campaign which h s jut closed Tns
Triixnk has fully maintained its riht lo
the title of the " Leading American News
paper." This position it lias earned a:id ae
Uins for the following, among other reasons :
It puoli.-ilies all the news, earlier more
fully, and more intelligently than any other
It insists on peace throughout the whole
country, t!:e right of local self-aovernmeiit,
and protection of all clases in the exercise
ol their just and legal rights.
Il advocates continence and good feeling
belwceu Korili and South, and labors for
an hoiest and abiding reconciliation.
It maintains fairness and candor toward '
all public men and questions, and diynity
and courtesy toward associates aud livals.
It publishes scientific news, reports, dis
cussions and discoveries to a degiee of full
ness and accuracy never before attained by
t iv-s rvoiy trcck ten or more columns
of the most carefully prepared uiicnltural
ciatter during the vear. mucii more iu the
i22regate than the entire contents of any
ther , agricultural publication, and the
whole loi tniima department of which an
eminent agricultural editor said : " It has
tone in mv to mnk" ood 'tarniers than any
other influence which tvrr cxi.-teJ."
It has published a aeries of tcentiflc and
literary estias which have met a wider sale
am! mine cinphitic popular approval than
any similar publication of the kind.
. . . ii
snd he was rroine to maite nis
farm pay him, not he pay the farm.
1 saw him the other day, and ne
had no corn, no meat, no clothes,
1 muse close, as I think little
rmers ought to write little. In
future I may tell you some more
thincs I don't know. Planter and
n fei 'jk sale Miii
wiii guur.-intee a
i III us.
ciiani I aiionng
ii ir iiifee a
The Sffect of Lightning on Trees
The theory that the splitting of
the trunks of trees by lightn'ng is
the result of the liquids contained
within them, has received much ccn
formation from experiment made by
Osborn Reynolds, who succeeded
in splittiog small sticks of wood by
pssing the electric spark through
them, after thy had been linpreg
nated with water. He also burst
small glass tubes, which were filled
with water, although the same
tubes, when empty, allowed the
electric spark to jump through them
without in the least disturbing
them. The most striking experi
ment made by him was upon a tube
three eighths of an inch exterior
and one-eighth interior diameter,
which could stand a pressure of at
least 200 atmospheres to the square
inch; this tube was fourteen inches
lonu and bent at a rirht ancle. A
o - - o o
very large electric flash beiog sent
through the tube it was plit by the
first discharge, and the pieces
thrown to a distance ot several leet.
The inner surface of the tube was,
in fact, completely pulverized, ae
though it had been struck by a
hammer. Reynolds estimates that
the pressure must have been more
than 1,000 atmospheres.
Table of Ettiquetto.
1. See that those about you are
helped before you commence e;it
2. Do not eat soup from the tip
but from the side of the spoon.
3. On passing your plate to be
replenished retain the knife and
4. Wipe the mouth before drink
ing. 5. Remove the teaspoon from
the cup before drinking tea or cof
fee. 6. Use the knife only in cutting
the food ; do not raise it to the
7. Eat slowly ; fast eating is un
8. If you find anything unpleas
ant in your food avoid calling the
attention of others to it.
9. Close the lips when chewing.
10. Keep your elbows off the
11. Do not speak with food in
12. When asked to help your
neighbor do not shove, bui hand
the plate to him.
13. Do not turn your head and
ptare about the room.
14. If any one at the table makes
a mistake do not take the least
notice of it.
and gives 6uth a healthy touu to the whole
system as to soon make the invalid feel like a
Its operation is not violent, but is charac
terized by ereal trentleness ; the patient cx-
wriMicee no rudden cbamre, no marked re
sults, but gradually his troubles
" old tueir tent?, like me Arars,
Aud bUently steal away."
This Is no new and untried discovery, hut
has been long-used with wonderful remedial
results, and !s pronounced by the highest
medical authorities, "the most powerful
tonic and alterative known."
Ask vour drmririst for it. For rle by
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:m ti. KttLlSC0..Pittsburg!i,Pa. Hfi
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WHAT THE SOUTHERN TRES3 SAY
OF TUE TH1LUNE.
We consider The Tribune a very valuable
paper. AKtievine uitizn.
lhe JNew-ioik Tnhune, m irs laithfui and
spuiel'iiis expou e ot outrage bialiders on
Alabama and oilier tlnteri, bus din ia1-
mentie service to tru'h h;i1 jusiice. .Mucon
(G.i.) Telegraph and .Meseuer.
ethatk llie AeB'-lurk iribure lor its
manly and pone-tnl words iu demanding
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lhe best liewapaper in the "orid is tl.e
N'.'-v-Yotk Tribute. It omUii; xLe d;gui
tj u;id sagacity f t.he Lt.ndon Times with '
ti.e leiueseiiiuuve i.ews entcrpiise of Amer
ica. Uititiuiore Lnll'tiii.
A paper In be admired for its ip.depeu
detice of toi;e and iti ivliubiiity of news.
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which kepps fully up with the times in liter
ature, science ami art should subscribe lor
The Tribune. Spartanburg (S. O.) Caro
lina i?pai taii.
Tii iuipeiial ih.?eof the world, The New
Yoik Triouue. i'L Jackaouville (.Fla.)
Wo regard it as the best-, jiaper, ail in all,
pubiishf'd in th U.iitei 8tates. Moriis
tuivr. (Teim.) G izeito,
To-day The New-Yoi k Tribune is undoubt
edly Lhe tii st of Amei ican newspapers; what
ever may be nai l of its rivals, it has clearly
won peceilei:ce oi :ill, lr.nd very creditably
does il represent .Or-j ;urii:i!i-iu of the coun
try. While deaii;; with ail the topics
com i 2 will. in thp r:si o! a newspaper,
The Tiio'i-ie mckeH a specialty of the great
sill jct oi fii-i iculLure. it ii'!c ines thrift re
p-..i ta:.te t- t.ie countiy
t t!; - ideas f tin's vast
i .'lb. n 1 conscientious
r I r ci-i;j!'atulatitui that,
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t lu- Tri'.n :e;-i'he
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; y pubii-
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ably at t :ia tiui-- i;.o:e luliy iilustiated in
the diiily i--ues of Tiie New Yoik Tiibuiie
that- in anv oilier journal. Wilminaton
(N. C.) Star.
Uneipialed ;l ctillu'e. diuity, couipiclieu
sive biead'.h, po;ivh ol expiession and intel
leclual ; fullered by no party ties, bolted in
decencies of speech, and hysteric uilhuo
wild sensations. Raleigh (N. C ) Agricul
Surely lhe pap;r has maintained success
fully the hijih popularity which he bequeath
ed it, and (lie name of an ably conducted
and independent journal, wnicu it now de-sr-iveaeven
ii;o:e j.i-lly than at any time
'Uiit.ff Mr. (SreeWs life. PetersCurg
(Va.) Index and Appeal.
one, come till to the popular store of
i.., Oct. -2.. ib
They tell a tough story about
tvo sagacious mules out in Vir
ginia City, Nevada. The mules
were as good as can be made. Hank
Bianchard. their owner, was driving
them one day, with a friend Penn
in the wagon. The mules came
ro n place and stopped, and refused
oitiove a step further. They both
looked toward the roadside. Hank
looked, too, and saw what was the
matter with the mules. There was
: sign there, which read, Ml.iy
53 a ton,' the regular price 25.
Hank got out of the wagon, went
aud talked to the man of the sign,
and cn me back and told Fagan that
he had ordered ten tons of that
hay at greatly reduced rates, and
that bin mules might consider them
selves in clover. He got into the
Vuon, aud the mules trotted briskly
Death of "Billy" Wilson, the Fire
Col. Wm. Wilson, the comman
der of the fnmuus 'TJilly Wilson
7ouaves," whose departure from
New York created so great an ex
citement in the earliest years of the
war, died at the residence of his
.1 1 - . s
orotnersm law, in tn;it city, on
Friday. During the war his regi
ment wna statioued at Pensacola
and Fort Pickens, and earned no
particular record. Wilson was an
expugilist and hotel runner. For
many years he was the terror of
the first ward, New York. Since
the war he forsook his old asocia
res and reformed his entire mode of
living. He lived in elegant style,
and possessed one of the test
libraries of military works in the
Walnut Parlor Suite, Reps or Hair
Cloth, confninimr seven pieces $"0 00
Walnut Bedroom Suits, Marbles tops,
containing ten pieces 59 00
Beautiful PaintcJ Cottage Suits, Com
plete 19 00
AL80, A MAGNIFICENT VARIETY OF
HIGH COST WORK.
Full Cata'OL'ue and Price of all
sect by Mail, free on application,
ii y Stock
A Louisville papa did notserious
ly object to the proposed elepen:ent
of his daughter with a dry goods
clerk. Happening to get wind of
the plan, he merely lay iu wait for
Augustus, and sent him away with
the impression that a remarkable
heahhy young mule had played a
tattoo with his heels under his coat-tails.
FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
Montpelier Female Hu
AT ALEXANDRIA, AA.
NOVEMBER 23rd, 187.
LIST OS" GIFTS.
1 'vrand Cash Gift. $!0"000
1 G rand Cash Gift.. ' f,0 00
1 Grand Cash (Jiff, 000
lOCush Gilts, f 10,000 each 100,000
15 Cash G-fts, 5.000 e;ch T-VhM
50 !asti Jiftf, 1,000 each 50.00
100 Cash Gitts, . .500 each, . 50 0 0
1,000 Csh Gifts, 100 each 100 Oim
1,000 Cash Gifts, 50 e ich f.0.0.'!O
20,000 Uah Gilts, 20 each 400,000
22,178 Cash Gifts, arountinar to $l,io0.000
Number of Tickets, 100,000.
PRICK OF TiCkETS".'
Whole Tickets .'fl.00
Halves...,...., 10 00
Qnarters f .-,00
Kiirhili- or each Coupon 2 5ii
h liekets for 1(0( 0
The Montpelier Female Hum me Assoeia
ton, chartered hy tho Lmislaiure of Virginia
and the C4reuit Court or Or.iuure Co , i-ropo-es
by a Graud Gilt. Concert to eftiililwh ami
endow a " Home for the Old, Infi: ru, an '
De-ti'.ute Ladies of Virgiuia," at Vontp-c. ,
tne former residence ot President J.u
Governor's Office, Richmond, July 3, 1871
It aff irds me pleasure lo r;iy lh t I a o w
acquaiut d witli a larfru majorpy otthecfii
ccrs oi the Montpelier Pern de Hum me As
sociiHioa. who reside iiiihn vicinity of my
home, and 1 aitest ihcir ihlel.isciice .-tndt'ie'r
worth an I l.ih repnU'loii us ','ci'tleinen, a--well
a- he public contiilence, inllut-nce and
ud stau'ial mcaii? liherailv Tf prese'iiedanicntr
luin. JAMES L. KEMPEK, Gov. V.i.
Alexandria, Va., July 8, 1!S71 J
commend them a -jeets of liom;r and integ
rity, uiid fuiiy entitled to the coi.ti letice of
K. W. HUG MRS, U. 8 Jud,'e East'n Dist. V i.
Further references hy penuiss on : His
Exi-ellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex (iovernor
ofVa.Hoti Kohl. E Wittier., Lieul.-Gov. ot
Va , and U. 8. Senator elect ; s-euators and
and Members ot CongreK Iroiu Va.
Kemituuees for tickets may he made by
express repaid, pnr-t-i flice moucy -order on
VViiKhingtOii, D. U, or liy reiste'ed letter.
For full particulars, testimonials, &v , bcud
tor circular. Address,
Hon. JAMES BARBOUR,
Pres't M. F II. A. Alexaudria, Va.
R el iabjd ajjeuu wauteU evert where. iw
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IX THE SUPERIOR COVP.T..
Jesse 1.. Eleniiinnr, Stilly Ami
Urad.ty, Wm 11. w alston and I
Leonora his Wtfe, Win. R. Ow- I
ens and George E:ia his wife,
Ri t.t. Wa'stoi; liini Mary Ana i
bis wife, and V. V. M. Flera-
miu-, an iniaut !y her Guard- Summocs.
i in l ijcophuius AtUmsOD,
Henry C. Sivliun.-r, Willis SUin-
and Cary W. F
and hi w ifii Sarah C. Fiizer
Slate of riorth Carolina,
To the Sheriff t f Edgecombe County :
Yi'C are here!v commanded to summons
Henry C f kiiiner, W illi Skinm r and
t'ary W. Fitwr.nd and liis wtfe Sarah K.
Fitzgerald, the defend nits above named, if
they be found wnhin t.nr coii'iiy, to appear
:it Ih:- d lice of the Clerk of the. Superior
Com t lor tho county of Edirecoiul e within
thirty d.iys at'.er the service of this summons
on ttiem, exclulve ol'tl.e day of such se viee,
and a"suer the complaint or petition of
ji'ainiill' for partition by s.dt ot a trad ot land
of 100 acres, wi.icii was deposited iu the il
(Ice o' the Clerk of -the Superior Court lor
sud county on the vlst day of Septemb r,
1&74, a:.d let them take notice thu if they fill
to answer the said petition within that time,
the p'aiuiiff will : p ly to the Court for the
r. lief iicniarded on tho peiition.
JL reiu fail not nucl of this summons make
G yen 'iiiderniy hand anil seal of said Court,
tuis uay o
if Senii mh..i. t s:a
Clerk Superior ("iMirr. E'lsreeoin'ie Co.
Fred. 1'hiiips, Attorney for ri.dntlll.
Sept. 25. 6w
tin leri-ne 1
u Taa diV niht, the 2'J;h inst., a series
ot Iwe i'y to ir Ic-sons in voc il music,
ro lie !'iven at his rooms over the etoiv
of II M.iTi A- Hro , ou Tuedi-iy and Tlturs
diy fit'hi of each week uatd the cumber is
CO!il pleti d.
TERMS, ft 00
Tuose eeiiiiiLT to attend :-ati leave tiieir
nam s at ln:s ol'ice or Willi the undeisi" ed.
Oct. 'J.-im. J. K. WUELLIS.
FROM rn v firm on Monday niirht, the 28: h
of September, a CREAM MA lib'-, with
tila-k muue and tail, blind iu tu-j risrlit eye,
about 12 w.-ars old and of ru d um size. A
reward of Twenty Dollar-" will be paid lo any
one who will furubh inforin.iiiou that will
lead to .-er recovery. Audre-s
'. H. ALSBROOK,
Oct. O.-lni. BcoUaud Keck, 24. C.
M ISC ELL AN E O US.
CTJHE3 THE VJCHZH PAINS
In from Ono to Twenty Minutes
MOT ONE HOUR
:i In; thlj adverlL-enwiit ntcd anyone
s-c l-i-hK nna I'AIX.
i:HT.-AVS UEAP7 RELIEF I
LI Lilt 1'AIN
It WHS ibe first and U
Tin, Only riti:i FSi-M-.ilv
i!mt lasttfr.:!v ttiin itin mot cx' tucIhI'-.. ,
tu9r3n:t.a:i..i. n-l .-or.'s i'enseiii,n. ' i'."!.,.'!,1'' """
I "? f'm.ii li, Huvels.. or other i.ii i. . "'
ne ap; '.icani.li. " " i
IS FKr.-l CM? 70 TFNTV niv
: l i s.
'- mocr li iw viu'cnf or exi-ruf .n;
'? ! I, sin t..
Nvmaiic. or rot rated with 0i mVjr a-r"VC'C'
., rrrx T.nn i.wta'-twi- "
I.N.i..'. .I ll vi'M- ! TilK KII.M-ys
1 ;:'b v'l M M.'ON " ii ir ... ....
INFLAMMATION ok tun H-.'v: iV '"-AnEC;'
I ftV. :',-; . v
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rv-nyfi?np In liK i'.tlt.f wn.r w!;i ,,
n, .ih.t,:s cire i'K .M M' -.s .-' Hint s'iI' i
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: I '"'" ' ' i- r- ij'.t. .1 l.v f v
i.- -. ii.ii't; AV Iitut-Y i,.
j a-t. rrn-. r.-.ci rt ou;-:
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: o ii.-.1. t ai'W.i;'-. t-atxit- j vo
t.. . . j . - ' 7"i
The T. :
ct-rs i'i ;!
t M."'t .
the t i iiii nrnj Within !(,.- . at t' : 11 -
pmV' :n 11; ri'M iiiiW ii;' r v'.'i I i :a s' ioriu t
ii; ec-t ' - 't-in r v i. v ivfiiiv . . ...
It ill. f-'it-i... 'Utrv ixcmiiiiv,i , t ;i wr-1 -
mitt tW r i t'-nt i i C( i:tirv.i . ;- -: . -
CVf'tlS i 1 l .!M'4 (hv-ft Wa-tt-a Ml;; r't p; '
wiii i t ii ip;n; ii-:tM i : n: i,. : .. . :
lit.. i f; i -AKfisLlAy Will lm -.? rci , ;i , . .
l v'L'nui i, : : tills -i',-; :n.-t 'i
vvo""- ' ' .:ritKHto:i. urn! nic.'.-i .1;. ... pi-.i-iiiu. .
Utr. n:' ii'-i.--. i: l .'p :ii s i J. i- r t '
t!ic t at ;c.-l ii'insclf nr-nvl. ocilo, ti.I ;Tt . .
.t..-i ; (-,; i.tier, lippt'litt 1i0Ji;j in'.
itti v.'t'j .! :r','ivni.iir.
N.-t f, l!'. .l.l.w !lt0 SA!.34PArrf 'JAV P r. r, t r r .
li Ki.ov.-i) n-ii.t4iij! fjnif iu 1;; vu ( v. - ::'.:. .
luio'is. t" .'t; utu.oi'fA, auk. iiiiia ui-:-,i; 'ov
Kidney &BUulilcr Complaini-'.
t'-inarv an-t VernS ft;!o...c. fTriM-.-l. Tiiiibo-,... .
.siejuia'.' t. .' ii.--. li''''.'ii iti jin ri L'ruu'. Hrt.'li:'. i
ea-. ' A'liumiii ii '... :! in ml case litre ii'trf :i
Iji 'ek d..iti-i'-.M..ur i ;m- -fi;er ;s liiick. -V'.-o . r.u
wiin ui;ai:''es liko ltit liltc M ail :. '.r ttitva.U 1 ....
win:.. Mlii. ..r tliviv n 't 'birk. I.: ' : r
niiee, mi.i white t.iic--.tu't t':"r..u. ami wIh-m
H .!-e-loW. bnil,U M-l.switj!! w u. -u -,r,'j v. . i a;..:
j.a.n 1:1 tint Small of Hie ilaeii.t uii.es " Laa.
Tumor cf J? Years Grotrth
Cured by llinlmty' lUoli'vnt.
DR. RAD WAY'S
prrfocttv ins'e'.c0. .Vr.Til'iy ':i:.l v 't'li ."'.vc: -
UrUC, ittui.ir, i. . . ......
way's 1111. for the cure o! nit fti'irucrs "i I no m
Liver. Kowi, Kidiiv, I'in.i.Ui'. ' rvons lie
HcKdMCl.e. i'iiiti!)iition, C!i.:i nn-, Im!!i:!!eii
np!,l, Hili'.ll.ntw. Kilion r'e . er. 1 iii'uiiiiiei: .
Iiun-. k 1'ilc. aiul it 1 1 DpririL'eir. -re .i i'i,1
Vicoia. arranteit ; eir.-ei a r :l ' e ,,e.
Veneialile.tuutaauu,' no uic.acur , .u i t:
cul rJwot of it .vntTArs rit:.s f..
foiii irnin ail nie alio, e iiunu -i ut --i e . .....-.
per HAS. HOLD KV KilUiJi Jlsl.i.
ItHAI FALSE AND TKl'E.-' Pen! tV.o
utrutli to RADWAV 4 "0-. N- S2 Warren .-J..
V.-rf liifortuatioo worth tttousauds iw writ
The only known remedy for
And a positive remedy lor
GOUT GRAVEL. STRICTURE1'. DIABE
TES. DYSI'EPSIA. NKKVOUS
Non-retention or Incontinence ot Urine, Ir
ritaiion. Inflamation tr Ulceration of ih
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
Leucorrhrca or Whitet, Diseases of the Tros-
trale Gland, Blime in the Badder,
Colculus Gravel or Riickdust Deposit and
Mucus or Milky Discharges-'.
Permanently Crrea all Diea-.es of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND DIlOl'sK AL
Rx?vt;rtt in Vp'. W. n.i-ti nt d rhihbe":
IW NO MATTKH w hat HIE AUE
'. Prof. Steele says : ' One hotiid d Kear
ney's F.id Exttact Buclm is woith moie
than all other Ltuchus combined."
Price. One D IUr per Iiott'.e, or Six Bot
tle for Five Dollars.
Depot. 104 Da:ine St., New York
A PhyMcian in attendance to answer cor
respondence atid give advice cratis.
lT Send Stamp for Pamphlets, free "V j
Nervous and Dcbililalcd
OF BOTH SEXES.
Xo Charge fur Advice and Con$ultation.
Pr. J. B. Dyott, !'adua;e of Jeffersr n
.Medical Coll. oe, Philadelphia, author of
sevial valuahle wmks. can be consulted on
all diseaes id the Sexual or Utinnty Or
aans, (which he has made an epfia!
siutiy 1 eitiier in male or female , no tn.-uier
f ri mi what cause oiiuinaiino ot ol how hi u,
statidina. A practice of T.O ypnrs cinhh-s
him to treat diseases with ruccess. ("tin
"turanleed. Clmrnes reasonable Tho-e
at a distance can forward leties desctihii.'
symptoms and enclosing btamp to piepay
Send for the Guide to Health. Pi ice 10c.
J. R DYOTT, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. 104 Duane St., N. Y.
A NOTE of date ot Feb 2:5. d. 1874, lor tl c
hum of 4il07, d nwn in favor of J W.
J. JJoune aud siirned ''' James U hi elnir-t,
has hren lost. All person,, are w;n n' d not
trade for the bove note, mid the diaweris
ootified nut o oay lhe ban e.
J. V. J. llOl'SE
Sept.. 25. 1"
STORE TO LET.
rrHE STORK rdjoinimrth.it -f Mr. .' H
1 Bell, uow occupied hy Mcsrrs. 11. M1'1'
ris fe Bro
" For particu'orp, apply n
Jan. IS, 1374.