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Jharsaaj, April 4, 1S72. The Days of My Childhood. By Willi Oh! the days of my childhood ! bow fast they hare flown. For it seems but a moment since I was a child, Th.-n tiio-irhts, cares aud passions, a. ike all unknown, 'd a heart that m happy, a mother so mild. Xiv.v the traces of manhood are wrought on my tact'. And the ni'thir I love 1 has a homo In the sk i s, White the i a'os ot to-uiorrow my dreams won't erase, Bat will stamp them the deeper where memory lies. Oh ! if Time only would in his onward career. But retrace a few steps how happy I'd he. If he'd place me a moment, my mothers si lo near, All my t--aies would be gone and my i.usery would flee. I would dream then again like I dreamed i,i niv vontb. For my mind would he free and my heart would be light; An I the bright dawn ot reason beruing'ed with truth, To my young, childish fancy again would unite. And a mother would guide me iu life's Upward path, With the kindness of love from her bos- om So ''lire ' . . -. . - a V iilic m ln.intiuou, ucu asa, uv vw- ed a stall". ! Then she'll find one in me, for no son's j heart was truer, j heart was truer. But old Time will not turn in his course u-r :ui hour, Kj poos hurrying on as his race he must run; Our bright days may daiken ami storm- ch.ui!s may lower, But I e hciids'uot oar askings tho' ho; es we see roue. So I vrrep ns I bid a farewell to the past, II was bright, ti, was short, and 'tis uc- h ss to ig'i For the visions of childhood too hnrmy to L:t; B.,t m v heart will give place to regrets 'i.li I die. SFUNGIANA. Judy asks whether women are nearer I r.Tv-eis sim.e thevjiave worn hili heels? : 1 . crnnttcn mall ypra i-r.ar oni.ie jrro'imi 1;iU rt iA lb-ea:ur the other ni'nt, anxto:ily j " ' wanted to know if anvbody else Lad beer. ; Vi fV1-sa V? V,.. r--struck ev that earth quake. j A cr-iiirrc-rsry iVscrihes th Irlffihe!1.;'1'""'- p. r.i.il -:s ".-tctlied o er wita tbe naic Oust It matters n t v I.at a ntan I,;;f i ifrc :.ves hi? soul; but if he loses i.lssc not what he saves. -.t i::.;:t:ri kind of i '. -.:',' '('. th hy i i a g'-rd V.ti-hanii like u ::L,h? I). i -,iu. ;,.., ,. t;a. you kr.ow? ' Why i; U tccant-e a v.oiiim ' v v.'oo -.'.s. u'.l v i'h (kr,-::i !) him. They far fer.mle r,,n".p,,:-'t'-.rs ' ill' ir copy vi.i v ".id'.;. , hcin a::::i gc: ;:.e :a':t n r i. o- ' i o.:s t-j A Tfyaodoftc h..ver c r.i--..it'.ed the h"r ribie r.iL-UuC cl k;sing i&tc..dt:d i::olh er-i::-law ia l-.e dark. "i 'C ..err, !, ktc, a iA i ;riven t-p to a tree by a fwn clous d,,;- ( v,,n don't :?kc that d-.g av. , ... i., . 'i w i'Eca: up aU your j Sotncs married reople al ays to bed j nr.ait'tlliiig, ytt they never mil out. The tnusquito as a pul lie sircT draw? welJ.l nt .iro..t 7hen aifc reiirii?. it i-rcnis that she sh'juhl stoj iu tu". She generally j docs: ! A country c-cutor i f r f ; ; s mcr.cy ciosp, i but not close tiongl: to be reached; j I feel rather rlnll t dav,' as the r.izo i sa'u alter it I.pu betn r.e to o; cn oysters Anrxcrn'-.pesahl vrc-rrm have always been a torment t- wan. Yet the lu C'h; tbtm better Uuu without. An Iri.-hinan. ci licr.iirrr of a f: iend hnv. In? a stone crfi'n vv.r.r f-r bin self, claimed: "Me me sort) and that's n pood :).,.. c.rnnr,ri o ct..rr. .,iSn i.-i man a life time. Moxr.T. A vain man'j metto is, 'win poiiiand wear it." A pfnerous man's motto is, "win pf'd f.ivi fhare ;t." A m'ser'i, win fiold n t ! i-rsre it.'' A pro Citatc's, '-win m-U aril 5j.cr.'. it."' A bro ke;'?, winptold andlend it." A gandder's, 'ttin pold and lose it.1' A tvise man's "win j gold snd mc it.'' V.'hv don't von walk and load thehor,e? That is the way to keep warm, paid a pen- t!en:f n to a boy one daj: l.o, repd'-d the yor.t'i, 'it is a b-b borrowed horse, and Id! rid-j him if I freer.,-:' A Heorpia jtirl 1! c hr;-lover's arm, ni. rc;.cntant efforts to extract tho ball' with the aid of a bowie-ktii'e came ue ir being pro(l',trt:ve of more ill 'e nscquonces than the injury itsefF A ffcnry farmi-r sent in the f.11( v.:n? trn't Tn'i report of bisacri-tdrtral prrfition to the as:.strit as'-css( r ct'thc rcvetittf: tax: 'Mr. K., My farming operations I Lave to report as follows: M y ea! tie have eaten tip my crops, and my hired men have eaten j up my cattle. A doctor ret until a coat to a tailor he cause it did not fit him. The tailor sec ir.jj the doctor at a funeral of one of hi3 patients, aid: '.Mi, doctor yon are a happy man!' 'Why so.' aked tho doctor. 'Because,' replied the tailor, 'you never have any of your Lad work returned on vour hands. ny l? a pir wnn i. tki ;penoape cm lied like the srhost. of liandi ts father?: . . . . ... ,. i i .. - . H'c rather think it is because he "couid a (ta'l) talc unfold.'' Some ycv.rift men r.re ft little partial to blue-eyi d lrmideef, others like dark eyed lasses, but the nion-oytd girl? l ave the most admirer?. 'Tour s man. un you ever drudt?" asked n mild lookine lean, accosting .Tom s. "AVell. es, tlimik yon. as b's a cold morn leg ! don't mind.1' replied Jones, removing Ids quid of tolaeco. "Pon't do it any more," rejoined tlie mihl man, "or yon will eventually be . Good morning- Gi d bless vou.' A' PowxEApr ContTpnip. 'Tt seerr s that niter the old tolks had eone, lie d IfPpj lie thin,' but jest sot a svm' and poani-.i' as it l e was in preat distress-, enough to break tho heart of a stone, 'ill Miss O fo lia took p.iiy on liis sufferings and asked him wor.ji'n't 1 e take some peppermi nt draps, thinhi:i' he had the kawlic or may be tomethin' wtiss. And then down he vcr.t tm bis marrow bones, and told her it wan't the stumiek ake, but the heart ake he had, and nobody but she could cure h'm. And then he swore a dreadful nth that '-e'd do somethin' desperate if she Wou'.d'oL have l.im. Wall, what rlo you think the pall done? blusshed ail manor f kullcrs; and she'd consider on it.er toVi hhn she'd no idea of chat eing her situation. No such thing. She looked him rite in the face and axes biro, sez she. Mi. Grub, does ic-ur mother feno'c you're ou'. A1)VERTBSEJ132.TS. SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO! rillCE ISEDITCEI?. The excellence of this Gttano is now so well known, from long experience in its usc throughout the country as to render it unnecessary to say more than to assure planters that its quality and disposition is the same as that heretofore put, into market wide its ront.ti. n a to dryness is greatly improved. - Experience In shown (hat on applica tion of 150 to 200 lbs per. aere, ot this Guano, under favorable conditions of sea son and culture, increase the crops from DOUBLE tc. TREBLE the natural product of the soil. An agency which so largely increases the product of labor ut so mode rate an outlay, must bo an esseutial ele ment in the profitable cultivation of the soil. JOHN" S. REESE & CO., Agents Pacific Guano Co., Jan, 11 2m.' . Baltimore. Mel. PkosnhatCt rniTTS RELIABLE STAN-DAI! D 1- FERTILIZER is again before tne plant- ine public for favor. Six successive v.-ar in ! North Carolina, and th.- States S nth of it. - o. Hi v a j,aro ostaMisheri n as a .Manure suited to our siil and climate. 2'he rx t rie. it, f torn' oi i Edgecombe's best farmers prove it iniVn-r t-i none and NU PElUul. to most if the !'"; o- izcrs .-old in tins market, and we er-a nai-iy i nvomnwu'l it ns a j To. 1 AKTU'LE .lI.'Sa.ST A AT YCiS. Let the sifs'-'i b" porn or b:r! y m pre p-o Sro it,:o'in t. !"!;.'- is n ,;:.-;:ocri :. o of W harm's:. In 'VI and "7. i!r-. very vt-ars. it stiovc-.i i-ia.nty v i.. r .. r ..pi ... s v.-hile other (.:in: r -ial tV-rt.ii.'' rs : u.i : Rearcdy W trai-ed. Nor i!. i i' v.s con- i iitn d to the lirst yenr. its b-j- tits . r- -; " ; tho second vcur, unless t'o- Jin,, ha ! e;. tr ranch exhaustt d by severe croppm.!?. Tl.erJ i- his tannic, Tho r -r tnrc-i that the- V ". T'O c.ir.so t'iir ; e.; .1.. 1 That ( ut. .i:r:si!i! and fiu Ceo. (.'. !):;. .':'.". i t' t.ie' r:'ia. ex' Uliri'ii; ; :.inl r.fl:..r feri 1 is; v..,.v v, t r.;'i t:i ovii. ponn 1." u':: ihv:.i. at.-l ft.; O .1 I U s 'ill ,;., cct; ?N AND COE-I2 1 T ! . . i -. ! -. :. ot i". Q . . rinpcj : t : "VTK OITK-t '! 1 , .. Lu i"lul' V. ; Car,,. i u.i , the io;..Vin- :: v!;E : a i ; n .:..;.:rd r, ! lzers s Patent ?.t:r.-:r- piiata A L,iiac i53t.tton.- d lev's Sea Fow 1 i.Iiw t;o. 31Q t,:,ns Reese d Sol.th'.o FacLic Gn;.:i nnn , . r ,.: t. ,...-. r 200 ut!s G'""1'--1 ri.i.:--r. ,,n t -1 ' . ! f:.,-tnre.1 by the ,-:: ; - i rs ma?:!!-i'ertiozer ! c"?.:',;ln : ... .... fX-'r,llli;'"; ";;,-rr'';-"i' ";!,! cr?" C'nee, having sold tl.eia tor li.e last s,:; I years. Our terms to the trade are libera!, and we invite corre-l'or.d.-noe trutH planter.-!. LWAINE & CO. Jan. I$-3ia. Pctersl.ura:, Va. f f O JP AT j f T-T OT'tITI7' S ! ' J-JL -'v- - J - JL- U if yoi; ava:;t j L'S FitlCil V? and Rci'TCtl (or Every Custom! !-. I The Fashionable --a-! r.v.: v. 1 - th.ey want in THE BEST STYLE. ; !OI W O Si J3f A Ti S SI 3 5 AND I BEAUTIFUL FITS GUARANTEED, Jan. 11-tf. Tarboro, N. C. NOT TO BE BEATEN. milE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE UP X his mind that no o'k in Tarboro shall surpass the inducemcr.is -He red at 8 9) li At this establishment will always bo ; THE VERY BEST mind : n j t- -gep .seer, In the excellence of which he. defies com petition. Eeshh-s this 1m: lias for sale I Tltirt V DitTrput Rmii.-Ij I ! " - - vi ijcjdui embracing the Finest WHISKEYS, BRANDIES. WINE?, POSTER, ALE, &c. THE BEST CIGARS caa only lie obtained at "OUR HOUSE" Which will he constantly kept in such a condition that no gentleman need fear to pay it a visit. JOS. L. C0KER. ADVERTISEMENTS. 600 BAGS GUANO OX HAND FOR S ALE. TERMS REASONABLE. Will give G iuui" for Cotton. 10 ) Bbls. PURE DIS SOLVED BOES In Store. Office in Store of J. JV. Whitney. Next Door to II. D.Tucl. fib. 1.2m.-' N. M. LA WHENCE." E.FRANKTCOE'S Super-Phosphate JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY" OF this; Valuable Fertilizer, which we offer on umuiI accommodatiii;; terms. Apply to W. M. riEPEN, or J. B. COFFiELD, Taiboi o, N. C JVoff.-Rcw-iTli T to the experiment made by Capt. '1 i.nrnen anu pnotis:.cd in th-j ilec-.m.strvsA'-d '.!ri.r tor D-'Cember, ijj s, '.,,. tiir.t' 1 .st. t-ja-in-T, Captain W-.l to ns !'.:! a small il:vi- ,-, ," " 1 '. , t:i V.fiijil lO whii (!! r i to f. i .: 'l. 1 ' ' t '' :-' o !' . bs-P-.i. i i:nC i . toi.K re ti. ' exiwrimnt, v- .-t:t o .'. i v ' ;' .-:lid , .i:ilM;:es j .: know- I opt. i th.-.t th-. : e vnii e''ct-I i. .-! t;: 1 Wi j - 1 1J t& 4i '04teki4 i.l5 1, OOiilOlC iUaUlIFCS, ?-IAXi"i'ACTruri) - . n uliiiih iu 1 i v i f ! ' ' . i I C P i" " V O Up CI U t i I . i v U jnp:ir. :ow 'vrT,T,.;::-:owv ': 1 WAN ld'A.N'1" is ,:,): rft.-i i Vi.tn the Xa'iveTJoo,. ih ,-; rites C:roloia. Tt'f-s;; j' : m' i: i;i t "'"V i o ' ! j'ono a,-: :.ooo,';';:,:Y ', !ii op 'taiion the la:v'- t .:tl;...u.,;.e (."ti.v ets sit ti.? S.. ;:'. :rid ar--, t h.-cer-re, . j'::;:nr.tctf.:e tb !."--t r-it. hi-ll.i f .ra-i: f i'o.'i .it..:-,-.-; it : e,e-.r t!.-t ;::v.,!er ti e j ' p- : t'-t-; ho i ..,.-,..,:. v Sfi rra' :d f i;d;i ir ;o-r et l:t. of ":. solve-.t jeti; i i. --;oooo .,; 1,'n.e a 1 1 to 2' p-r cent. :' Amtnonia, vi:! a mi li-"ient "fiihiiti -n of IVruviiin CltMiio 1'ot.ir-h t j ad:;t it 1 ) all -.re ;:-. Dissolved Bone of h:-'i rra.'..: ,r lot- Fii io'-r own ciit!!p"t; ;f : hie lor .,':rii! .; nre''s o -'i :,.:: to ;e-epare thc-Ir 'id ;is l.li'o-e nun ':1 'tics o! are ued to di.-s!ve tj.e p!,n A i I'hus i!,atc t his '.i ni be lou'id a cheap u:, tiieiit way to ua'iso ...t that tnateria Ground Hone c-o;:vi at m'i"'i low.'i- r ".he N'ltivo IF-: ' UIil i to 91 WATKii STUEET, N v v v y I i v -V t N. IF Th .-v ret.fti.tre of Dissolved Fo o lJhosjdiati of Lime an I Amuioni.i in all the Kiiwa-is is aseertained at. tl,e wmks by t'-'eir t'ne-i.j,t bef-.re d.-liverv. Or.iers f..r the a!ea-j Ferii liters wdl be taken hy -or TABU ORG, W!io will ive all ticulars to yvcc aitl terms. Jan. 25 -3 tn. VALUABLE ill Property ass J4 j FO'l sals:. IOFFF.R Ton SATS MY ONE-HALF IN tcivst in the - ' - TARBORO FLOUR & GRIST 3IILI S. Thesis Mills! have S run of 4 fe d Furrg, two for corn, and one for wheat, with all neces sary Machinery. The Mills are driven oyau EXGIXE OF CO HORSE POWER. 1 Jiaveno hesitation in saying these Mills now have the LARGEST Rl. OF CUSTOM of anv Mill in the Stat-s. TKllALS EASY. For further particulars address, or call at the Mills, aud see tho undersigned. JOS. J. KALES, March, 21-tf JARBOEO, 2f. C. ,'.','. r;-,: :, - -v rw?, ) Uvilaction.buni, eyJtu; necearr to tne business, will free the system trom all tne above . nsofalncss W this application. In P-r ,-lv.' i:; . io-t-oCO-'-r', r,. V nions it: Warrant j ana saraeuon guart.meeu. named, b-,. Price : cents i e, 'i-x.of fouVmg. &Q ha5r Ith a pasty g complete Atumoi.i.t and Fotash i:, n!tuj .J-!)al-. Pickrell. ) ot Attachcicnt. ' " I rf i) Fr Vf vi) TT!Fr " pemi ! Eient, it will keep it cleaa and vigoro c ' '.'.li'"-r '. -John M. Poud, i Civil action. Sum I ' r ' ' one letter stamn to K AT) u .1 Y & CO.. ; Its occasional uso will prevent tho "' -' "" '"'' ; ft. v nions & Warrant C. X, WALKER. ofX.-C I No. S7 Maiden Lane. New York. Jtifo'-- j from turning gray or falling off, -m. ' Ji'lm F. Pickrell. J of Attachment. I ', WTTI, ' ' matum worth thousands w:ii be sen. yon. CCnsequentiy prevent taldness. fii,""S'2-Sr1!-? H '"UA, I. TT....I.. - c .. " from thoso rlolpforlona snWanwa JU II V& kl M iMl Zz MIS CE LL4XEOIS. Stonewall ORDERS FOB THIS CELEBRATED Fertilizer will be promptly filled by addressing the Agents R. & H. CIlblBERLAIMI, Commission Merc aus . ; ; CliaiiVberlairie's Wharf, Feb. 29-tf. NORFOLK, VA. The Old Established TARBORO. BAKERY -AND- JACUB WEBER, Proprietor. MAIN STREET. This Establishment is continually adding new attractions, with a view to still further i inereasiiis business The J'v.ilu if Tarboro and vicinity may always confidently cxiieet to bud lire every kind ot PURE FRESH CAKES. THE VERY BEST VIAU AND FRENCH CANDIES. A vrried assortment of Ripe Fruits. T i;-.i'.v ;( vi.-ived. Iii faef everything kept in a House of the kind will be fouur ..iiil attention wiil be privc-n tho Gnh.Td of Private Families FOJt .Oi'., h wiil be baked on tho shortest notice. 0I-ER3 FOR PARTIES AND TILLS PROMPTLY FILLED. .':s are retaroed the paV.lio for pat and promise given of future ::.e.is ." ad r hal.mty. JACOB WEBER. f Ci-posite Old Gregory Hotel ;Tvrri:EPiM.EeFEUfiEfC3IBE. TiroMAs l. snnr:oroii?, GIN W1IIG1IT, 1 prepared to huild x sk.. roTToN srur.'.vs and hi'nm.m; geak. eo.atract or by the day. j " ; ;;! ;in ' ia jro1)d orb' r for ti ie. f.n4 ' !-Cinir I - h any of the above fur at J i't- ' ai'U- r.'i-.'s. I I it ;. j. ..f work eeeomj.anM(l with fun ot j 'in., r ' a .i anU a.auo om correvt;y. uuo j - o - d'ir:.-.'' anv work of the above : .. !i do v.-!i to ca! nuoa i T!iO.. E. iH'tl i: lEGIT. (- Tarboro. K. k SUPERIOR COURT. EPCiKCOMBE LOUXTV iV. T. Tajlor i Civil Action, Sum rs. ' ittons A' Warrant John F- riekrcll. ) of Attftebuiotit. (Ft: i i- ioore ") Civil actln, Sum" t .--. v mons & Warrant V. I'ickn ) oi' Attachment. G. U. Lip-combe ) Civil aetioa, Sam is. moas it Warrant I. i n F, J'ickrell of Attachment. -1'. 1 . l.Ullv.-, 1 11 ' rs. Dions & Warrant ; J, 'mi F. I'ickrell. ) of Attachmeut. 1-.:. -o:i James Civil action, Sum vs. - mons fc Warrant : j'i!;n I". i'iekrell. ) of Attachment, i 7. i'. liawkics, Civil action, Sum r.f. V nions & Warrant ! d-.lin F. I'icki v'l!. ) of Attachment. i II. B. AL-op, ") Civil action. Sum ; in on s Warrant ; Joha F. Pickrell. j oi' Attachment. Actions have been instituted a?a:tst the r e i'ef'endantin favor of the ahoved named Fi.iiatitr-., in the Superior Court of Edge eon; ho '."iiritv. fir tlie reeovrrv iif mrnwr. .1- follow.-,: "'"Jl !:i f.u-or of W. T. Taylor f.-.r SjOo.71, w.ih interest from Jan. 1, 1871, for goods s.-id and delivered in favor of Garris & Moore for 849,57, " dli interest from Dec. 1, 187o, for goofls id and delivered In favor of George B. Lipscnmbe, for ?.jif37, with interest fi' in Jan. I, 1871, l'r goods sold and delivered In favor of N". M. Lawrence for $1,523,08, for goods sjld and delivered In favor of John M Bond for $2oo28, with interest from Dec. 1, 187o, for worx and labor done In favor of B F Hanks for 6o4 48, with interest from June I, 1871, for work aud labor difce In favor rf Eason James for 233,1c, with interest from Nov. 1, lH7o, for goods sold and delivered In favor of BF Hawkins f, r 1375 51, with intere-t from June 1, 1871, for work ami labor done In favor of R B Alsnp for $265 29, with interest from Dee. 1, 1m7o, for goods sold and delivered- A Summons was issued in eich of said actions on the Stii dav of September, 1871, directed to the Sheriff of Edgecombe Co., commanding him to summons the said J;d-.n F. Fiekrell to be and appear before the Judge of the Superior Court at the term to be hdd at the Court House in the Town of Tarboro on the 10th Monday after the 3rd Monday in September; 1871. and a warrant of attachment in each of said ac tions was Issued by the Clerk of the Supe rior Court on Feb-,. 4th 1872, against the property of the said John F Pickrell, re turnable before the Superior Court of Edgecombe County, on the loth Monday after the Srd. Monday of Feb nary, 1872." liy order of the Clerk of said Court HOWARD & PERRY,. Attorneys for the four first named Plaintiffs. P. PHILIPS. Attorney for the other rlaintinV March 28, 1872- 4t. feciioiiery TARROBO. F. ODENHEIMER ; HAS JUST RECEIVED at; his livery Slables, a Largs di'ove of very fine : and also a well selected assortment of to bo sold for cash or exchange. Our liionda and also the public are respect fully invited to call and examine them at the Stables of F. ODENHEIMER, Tarboro, Itf. C. Slay 11. 21-tf D. W . HURTT Merchant Tailor, NEXT DOOR TO EXPRESS OF FICE, Life and Fire Insurance Agency. EQUITABLE LIFE C03IPAM, NEW YOKK. r ctr . ccfTM s. fa -.tt CF0RGII HOME FIKE f03!P.lY. COLUMBUS, GA. CASH AS5ETIS -JlGOn ': IMPERIAL FIUE C03IPASY, LOXDOX. CASH ASSET fS S,00J,0j0 Gold OLD DO.ni.MOX FIRE P.iCIIMOXP, V. CASH A.SETTS OHREN VILLIAWS, ' A C K T , OiHrt f.irrrprly ru-cnriipd hv Dr. X. Pittinan, ;ti S:tt!ier!.or h-ti'dius- 4-ti TARBORO Photograph Gallery. Jnst Opened by E. C. LEATH, At tho oit! .stand, latolv oct-Tiied bv T'. V. STAPLES. I fo is projiarjd to rr.al-:e all the ' ness, F;di c-tion, Pyp-p.sia, B 1 1; 'n-m ss. ; ened, falling hair checked, jail baM lat.'St .tyl- of Tietures ineludir. Phot - i liilii.ms Fever. Irtiamma ; ;o:i ' t he Is v- ; nC53 often, thonrrh not always, cured nr.pns, xearinpes, ,vt ills esmUitsUiiK-ut , is furnished "with a Thoroughly New Outfit W SMITI, . FIELD k CO., JMPoKTEItS OF Hosiery, Notions, While Goods, Linens, Embroideries, &c, No. 429 Market St. &. 418 Commerce St.' Philadelphia. Pa Aug. 24, l7t. -If IMPORTANT TO COTTON ' PLANTERS. The Maryland Fertilizing and Man ufacturing Company Having prepared a Special Fertilizer adapted to the Cotton Plant under the name oi' COTTON OQB Which they claim to he of the highest grade of Fertilizer fold in the South, equal in its results to Peruvian Guano, and of more permanent ben efit to tho soil. It lias been used by several hundred plan ters in ortli aud .South Carolina and Georgia for two seasons with the following results : It increases the crop from 100 to 200 per cent. It resists drought in all cases. The crop is not affected by rust. It matures the crop three to four weeks in advance, thus insuring the crop .gainst early frosts, or iu the event of a backward season for planting enables the planter to put in his crop three or four weeks later, even as lato as the first of June, with a certainty of success. It produces a bett-.r quality of cotton. Looking at the low prices of cotton, the in telligent planter will readily comprehend the necessity of using nothing but tho highest grado of Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding tho?e whose value has been reduced by adui ratetion, or the uso of cheap materials" ni.der pretense of meotiug the low price of cotton. If his crop is only doubled bv the uso of "COTTON FOOD," it will give him from one to two hundred per cent, profit on Ids outlav, with cotton at 12 J cents per pound, and vill enable him to plant fewer acres with a corres- Eonding reduction of labor aud expense with otter results. We invite an. examination of our works, as we have no soere-ts, relying solely on our abil ity to make a better article than" anyone else can do at tbu price. Mr. Thomas Anderson of Edgecombe hav ing used the "COTTON FOOD" for two vears. is more and more pleased with its results, and says it acted charmingly, and notwithstanding the dry weather, it paid him 500 per cent, on some of his lands. He used three other hinds, but gives a decided opinion that the "COT TON FOOD" is tho best, and that ho expects to bnv it next year. "COTTON FOOD'' has been used bv many of the best planters in Edgecombe,"su h as Capt. J. B. Thigpen and J. L. " orne.Esq.. aud all pronouuee it a good Fertilizer. Cash price at the Factory in Baltimore $55 per ton. in sacks 12 tothe ton. . LA WHENCE SANGSTON, President, 58 xobaogo-F4aee,- litdtimore. . - C. O. LANIER, Agent, Sl-4mo. Tarboro , N. 0. EI EDlCAl.. 3EL. 3EL Rad way's Ready Relief CUKES 1HS V70RST PAIj!I3 In from One to Tw enty Klnutcs. NOT O.VE IIODR. after reatlincr this advertisement need any one bUEFER WITH l'AIN, RADWAYJ READY RF.L1EF IS A CERE FOR EVERY PAIN, It was the first and is TherOnlY PaiuU-Remedy that instantly stops the most excruciating nainn ftP.ava Inflammations, and cures Con gestions, whether of tho I,ung3, Stomach, I'owels, or other glands or organs, by one ap plication. . mn-T-TTe No matter bow violent or txcrnciatinf; tho pain tne untiujiaii, ncu-nuu, uux.,. Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may smier, Railway's Ready Relief WILL AEORD INSTANT EASE. INFLAMMxVTION OF THE KIDNEYS. INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMATION F THE BOWELS. The application of the Ready Itrllef to the pp.rt or parts where the pain or diilicul tv exists will afford ease and comfort. -" Twenty drops in a tumbler of" wa.er will in a few moments cure Cramrp, Spasms, Sour Stomach. Heartburn, Sick Headache, DiarrlK a, Dysentery, Ol'c, Wind ia the Rowel?, and all Internal Pains. Travelers should always carry a bottle of Radway's Ready Relief with them. A Tew drops in water will.prevent picne pains from change of "water. It is better than French Btandy or Bitters as a stimu lant. PEVEE AND AGUE. FEVER AND AGUE cured for fktv cents. Th.-re is not a remedial ap;ent m tins worm that will cure Fever aud Ague, and nil other Malarious, Bilious, Scarlet Typhoid, Yellow, and other i evers (ai-led by fl.iun.n riLLS) sn onick as RtOWAYAS J7E.VDV 1JE FIEF. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH ! BErJT!! STKONG AND PTJP.E MCTT BT)0D -TN-CKEA.SE OFFLEKH AND WEKiHT-CI.EA)! SKIN AND HEAETIFUL COiU'EEXlION SECCTiED TO ALL. D11. RAID WAY'S SARSAPAPiSLLIAM resolvent HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOATHTXG ! (TRFS : SO OUrCK. SO lIAl'Ii) A lib. J ill. OH Will's THF, HDY I'M K1!0( )KS. IN- Di;it 7' I IF IXf I.l'K.Yf K OF ! HIS TRULY i OXDEHFUE MKDK'TXE, THAI' j Every Bay ai Increase iu Flesh and j Weight is seen ar.d Felt. j Tin: cr.K VT lii.ooD pur.iiTc?.. ; Ever:i-urcp of tl:-i SAUSAPATil J.I.IAX i!E SOLVEN'T ciariiui.-ut. s tl.rouiii t'u !:Io- .,I. Sweat, Uriue. and other fl.ud.-s and j :it,:f of tho -to:ii I lie vi'jvr f lin for it re- -airs tin- ; 1 wastes of the b'.dv with new aud s-niud ror.b- nl'ir di;;ni.-iC. L i vrs in th-' 77 :'. Mf.'dh, T- j j WT.o, X' iS l !'.? ? !i fd il lid ( ,','(- j ft i Ihf .';.'.. '..;';' .v.". S?;",'.'i,iO'. - . (.' i."rirl S from IU' A '. tri.-.t.' .i"er.... or SA-f.n ' .wff-s. A'.--; .''.. tir S-.-n.s. s.?.v; jfta'.'.. Hi ml Won,., St 7 A','.'''i. Kr?!; .?!.... .1. ,,o;.s U,r,;,.v ;;. j-','.:,',, 7'o; j ' (i i.'ie H O?o (-.'; " l!. h'lhij n-d gainful disdiir'tc:, Xi.jU S,rn:!.:-: J.oss rif Sfurin on'I all traslfji r.f ll,e life priitc'jdc, are irllhih. the curaiiv range of this vduu'it o f Modern Cltemi.tr, nnd a fen: w ?;' pro re to ctni person v.ojny if frr either ' t'.! f f r.in of di 'CT"' 2 ..' ; r t.v Kidney & Bladuer tevt;i'al:its. Crinary, and Toml diseasos. Grave! Dia betes, Droi-sy, Stoppazo of V.'ater. Ii:coii-t:-.:;uci; if Trine, Uri-Iu's Juscase. lilliie.riu, ae.l in e.:l ca-e l:e-c th "e "ri j b' !t-i: -i' n-t d-?ivi:dt. or tii'1 thi"k. ;2'Xi.",e'i : cii'i'dy. toiX'ol w'tii sn:.s'....ces 1-i'i? I'.e tl-erc is aiorbid.'d.irk, biii-i. ,5..n.:.:- . ene.., and vii:te '..t. nt de ;'o-: : s. :m,,' when there is a pi iekitur, hurt; it' setisini' -) j wi:en pasrij wuter, an-, jriin iu tae -itnan of the IlavK a:il a.or.g : be E-.nis. Tumor of 12 Years' ;routii Curtfi by Ua-iway's Uescivcrt. mi. HADWAY'S PERFECT PURGATIVE FILLS, j perfectly tasteless, ele--antly coated YUh vveet jititii. pure, regulate, puvify, cleati-, an 1 strenjrt hen. Rad vay's Piils, for the j cure f all disorders of the Stomach, l-ilver. i Howels, Kidnevs, 13hid5er, Nervous Dis- eases. Headache. ('"list bi n ion. Costive- -is, I s ana ait l.i.'ratiireiiKt ot tl.e in- terr.al Viscera. Wat ranted t PurHy VeaetablcciitainiP" .minerals, or deleterious drmr. si live cure, no merenrv A few doses f RAP WAY'S pi Li. S JIISCKI.LAALiOi S. NEW ATTRACTIONS .A NJ A dd it ion al In ducemcnik: OFFKltKn AT THE WELCOME FAI AND JOHN F. WAKD PROPRIETOR, MAIN STREET, Tarboro PUREST LIQUORS FINEST CIQAIIP' A XI) Best Prepared Meais. Can always be obtained at the above well known Resort. Everything about the Fstablishment has been put in excellent condition for The "Winter Campaign and the propr etor is determined that nothing be left undone to give lull satis faction to his patrons. His RESTAURANT WILL BE OPENED OX THE First of Octobe? and during the Winter all the dclecacies of the Season, such as OYSTERS, FISH, CRABS, and the like will be furnished nt the shortest notice. Connected with the Estab lishment is also a First Class Grocery to the inspection of the contents of which the public are respectfully invited. I can only promise to do my best to please my patrons. That should be sufficient. 1 extend a hearty invitation to tlie "WEL COME BAR.'' Come and indue for vour selves. SOlli F. WARD. Sept. 27, 1871. 42-tl. WILLIAM MITCHELL, Home Carpeue2 BEGS LEAVE TO CALL THE AT tention of the citiz -ns of Tarboro and Edgecombe county to the fact that he is prepared to execute at the shorten notice and on reasonable terms all kinds of work in his line. He refers, bv pemiibsion, to Capt. Robt. C. Brown, G.B. Lipscombe, Jarries M.Redmond and David Pender Tarboro, N. C. nov 30-ly. MEDICAL 3. Wtalkks. rroT,rtur. It. tl. M.:rV...M.n Jf Co., Oriiv-rtf h Qn. A;onU, Sau tfrmicwcw, ttl.,Aud 31 Coniur St., N .Y. MILLIONS Bear Testimony to tht-lr tVonderful Curative Efleeltft YInecar Bittera are not a vtte Fancy Drink, Made of Poop Ram, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doc tored, spiced and reetened to ploase the taste, called " Tonics," " Appeliier." " Restorers," 4c, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and rain, tat are a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and Herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A LIFE GIVINU PRINCIPLE, a porfect Renovator and Invigorator of the Brstem. carry ing off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bitters according to directions and remain lone unwell, provided their bones aro not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. They are a (Jcntlo Purgative na well as a Ton ic, possessing, also, the peculiar merit of acting as a powerful aeut in relieving Conges tion or Inflammation of the Liver, and of all the Visceral Orgari3. FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether i ia young or old, married or single, at tho dawn ot womanhood or at the turn of life, these Tonic Bit- ters have no equal. For Infiammntory and Chronic Rhen n:atisin and (Jout, Dyspepsia or In dizeHtion, Bilious, Remittent runt Intermittent Fever; Disease of the ltlooil, Liver, Kidneys and Hladder, these Btttcrs have been most succes-.fuL. fuch Dinenirs aro caused by Vitiated Wood, which is generally produced tr Ucranroent of the Digestive Orenus. ( DYSPEPSIA Oil IM)I;r.STIOX, Iloruiaciic, Pain in 1 1 , c Shoulders, Ccr.chs, Ti.LrUt-nc-se of the Chest, Pirr.iuo", Sour Eructations of the Etotrmcli, T,:v Tato in the Xt'it.h. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the le.irt.I:i1nmr.ir.tion of i the Lungs, rain in theri-sior.sof the Kidneys, an1 a liTin.ircd other pninful sjmptoius ure.the oti Epvin'R of Py?pcrj?ia. Thry invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tnrp'ul l.iver ari l Kowels, which render them of U'lequ'ilWl efficacy in clcMisingthebiooil of ail ini pv.reiic?. ar,.J irni'i'tin new life nr. ! vior to tho whole sy.-r,!. FOR SKIN D I SEA F.r.pt ;-v.i.Tftr. S-lt IthcTr.:., "Ul-'tciis, ',;or.s, l'i::'.pR, Pii.tv.les, 13;, Us t.'arbr.nc!os, RinK-'A'orn-.s, ?Va.'d Head, Sore Evp.Fry.-;r,cl is Ifli. "ir.-.vl", ni'-ciinitior,? of ;tva Skin. H iint',' fiml l..f;iM's of t':n Skin, of wi::a eviT r me or lvitnre. s:n- i;irn!;y iht-r up and car ried ci:' 'if r!ic ir n. Ny .ie uf tlicsc l;i;;crs. ilnc bottle ia s'-ch nistts will eon vince iue most, iccredaloi: of their curat tve eff-ict. Cleanse the Viiit;tcl Ll-.cl whenever yor. find its lnipr.ritif-s i)::r;.th!S ti:nj.-.;h the skin in riairiie-i, Eiun; inns or Soros ; c'ujuiie it wiicn you tU:d it otisructcfl an.l sltTP2:. in tle veins: cleanse it when it i- f mil. and ynnrfeelincs will t!! you wfien. Keep the l inodpure, and the health of the system Will f'li'.r w. PIN", TATE, and other crsinjr in the .vteni of so many thousands iu: cfi'cctti.'Vjy di'Stiyt d anil rer.ovc 1. BOLPBY ALT. DT-UGGISTS AND PKALEHS. J. WALKER, Pl',l.pri'-t. r. R. H. VrDOSALD & CO., Vrv.'JUl and ln. A-er.t-i, .San FlanciS4ro, Cai., aud and li Comiuerco Street, .Nciv 1'ork. M.:y II. T-i !y Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to, its natural Vitality and Color, j 1 A crcssb" vrliicb is at rr.so agreeable, hcalJiy, and effectual for preserving the l:a;r. Faded or gray hair is soon restored to its original color, tcith the gloss and. aJtt'f'". frfslnrss of iimith lh:i nair is thiedv : i Q Vntlvn rn rrnrt tT, Tfhere tuo ioWs aro acstroyed, j or the giands atropmed and decayed. j Bat sucn as remain can be saved for stead edi- .13. hair and Freo which make some preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found bo desirable. Containing neither oil nor d not soil white cambric, anc long on the hair, giving it a lustre and a grateful perfume. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white carabric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving: it a rich, glossy lustre and a irrateful nerfume. Prepared by Ur. J. 0. Ayer ot bo., I Pemttical and Anaxttical Chemists, LOWELL, MASS. PEICB $1.00. t or sale by bro, X. C. Possessing powerful invigointiij,? Thesa Bitters are positively invaluable ia Taey purity the system, and wiii cure Remittent and Intermittent levers, and are a preventive of Chills and Fever. All yield to their powerful eflioaey. MiiaaiaaH; Are an antidote to change o Water and Diet. , to the wasted frame, and correct all I Will save daya of suffering- to the rick, and ' -4 The grand Panacea for all the ilia of life. a Tie Ward phisicmsthebs, fk .X mssm. it a mm a. .u-it-huii , aliment, Tar- BITTERS EkiXAtl LaT la Yomiar or riM. ?.r.tJN I pin8le, these Bitters are un .equaUed and have often been tiieV 'r means of saving life. t - -V. M.VON E.BOTTl - ADVERTISEMENTS. H. WISVi WHOLESALE DEALkH IN S, STAPLE DRY BQOBS BOOTS ASTI NIIOIS, tc. &o. &o. Commission Merchant MAIN STREET, Washington, y. C. C. LANIER, AGENT FOR MESSRS. HARDY & BROTHERS, Coiuruissioa Merchants, Baltimore, Md. FOR STIEFF'S PIANO, WALSH'S TOMB STONiSS. THE "TAYLOR" GIN, FISH GUANO, "COTTON FOO D," CARO iAXO AND AGRICULTlitAL HUE A Specialty. Tarboro, N. C. Jan.ll-tf. J. M. SPRAGIN'S CIGARS, TORACCO, PIPES, &c, TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. Feb. 8-12 m. TARBORO. TO THE AFFLICTED. millS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TO THE L I'Uhlic at l.irjre atid jiartieulat Iv the nlliieU'd, that I have re oveil li-oni i !:; Drsit; Store to the oflice near my K 1. detice, where I can always be? t'uuinl, when not professional?' engaged. Older left at my 1 mtse will receive proinpt attention. fob. 13-tf. A. if. MACN'AIK, Md. J. E. SDIMOXS, CABINETMAKER AM) UNDERTAKER. At. tltc oIJ stund of White A Simmons, on I'iit strr;r;t, four doors from Main, TAiUiORO, X. C. Repairiiifj of Furniture ofeve- rj Description ne with neatness and dispatch. -'. ..;.;' v. U niion v.aid t.) UNDERTAKERS' lie SINiuSS in U iU branclies. Jlaliyany, Walnut, Poplar & Pine ; ' ' i ? Jia.JL s , ' Ahvay.t or: bsnd at the Lowest Cash Prices. J- E. SIMMONS, j ir'-r,,n- Turboro. I I'SI V WXl -"" PKftPl'RTV PAR S1I.R 'PKH ITNDEKSHiNED AS AT- 1. tcrney ojTVri for eale one of the most de si; hie re.-i-lenci-s in the Cape l'ear section, lo--ated in .the handsome aud quiet village of I i! inu'ton, in the county of New Hanovtr. The Improvements consist o' a well arrang ed TWO STORY DWELLING, i- excellent order, handsome, and well paint ed, with a large number of rooms above and below, situated iu a lovelv grove of elrs, ma ple an 1 oak ; also KITCHEN, OUTHOUSES and all necessary buildings, with a NEW STORE HOUSE admirably located, nearly finished. A Garden and Orchard are attached to the premises. The property includes 2 acres of land in the corporate lim its of I, illiugton, and 30 acres good farming hind adjacent. I.iilmgfon is at the head of ti le water on a sma .1 s'ream. t-i-.-ht miles from Rocky Point on 'vr.NV.-1;- r- an l V' B.'n''s 1,y road jvm ! ! This isa fine loctfh-m for a phvsician or mer- '"ili and the pr..,p,;rt.v wiill)... sold very low. SA.M.I,. I. ll.l.l..Mft, Att V. ie2:)-rT , i;attieboro. V C. filVATER WHEEL Mill GeariniShaiiinl&Puneys SEND FOR A CIRCULAR TRIUMPHANT! 55 e" ma id 3 17 GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS Were Awarded to CHARLES M. STIEFK I'orthe best PIANOS, over 14 diflerent Milkers of New York, Baltimore, and Boston Manufacturers. OFFK i: AXD NEW WARFROOMS: No. 9 N. ldberty Street, Iialtimore, Md. rilUK STIEFF'S PIANOS COX- -1- tu in all tho latest improvements to bo found in a first class Piano, with addition al improvements of his own invention net to be found in other instruments. The tone, touch ami finish of their instruments cannot be excelled by any manufactured A lame assortment of Second Hand Pianos always -n hand, from 875 to $300. Parlor and Church Organs, some 20 dif- 'erent styles on hand from $50 and up wards. Send tor Illustrated Catalogwe, contain' incr names of over 1000 Southerners, (500 of which are Virginians,) who have bought the Stieff Piano since the chse of the war. C. C. LANIER, Agent, TABBORO.N.C. Dec. 2.