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Tiio Tarboro Southerner.
AtjtII 11, 1872. For the Southerner. 2lj Angela. Six briit tr.e gardener pavo tee, Chll.ii en fn'r nud mild B" traVe tl:e:n mC keeping l;erih and ilrWd. 2 ry by upon my boaia. They ee my bops and pr! Jen X-t haf some were roj ldo's. Tliat X most be defend. p. r Jl s they ft e; ftUff, In story t the d;iy. Cam dwn Ad hesveuly ar Jr;V , And took my buds away. Yet, not la wrath lie took them, A smite watou hi face; A tenderly and gently He bar thfta frcm tbla pia:. Tp 'a tfcat heaver I y mansion, A Harp within their ban.?; Mv I'.ttle ones ere inginjr, With a Mey, haj pv band- A Mothe. SPUNGIANA. Few wnQtn are go modest llat try are unwitting lo kit in the lop of luxury. Garrison saya that tha lyoroau Q,ur-tUm is an ,all-iubrciui' one. TFiiO eaii it wasn't? Mr. Cobb Us arried 31s Webb. ITa knew that they were a cant to be joined as scou as le spied aer. The yennjr lady, alnger, fco theurkt lie could make her vi ice clearer ly s'.ia'uint; It. uinde a great niUtaUe. A TVlsfonin man reported timt La e uldn't tind a uoid iu hi dictumarv, le- cu e tlie blasted Leek, badu't got en index' The prisoner hat a very smooth cnnte J ai.ce. Ye- he was iivned Jurt belire hr was brought, lu. 'Hat accouuts fur it.' 'Ob ftr a Ihonrand tongnct-!" aid ihe lad l.ci) lie crlcd luio tie nioUsKeit Cnt:oliy had twine, one was Inrenshun and t'ae otUcr waa Sstick-your uose.into. Carpenter are plane follows, apt to chisel, often great U rs and sometimes cut up pp'e Uadly witUtbeir cid saxs. An indiscreet man contlded a secret to another and bi-gjred liitu not V ipet it. 'I 'a all rifjlit,' i ibe tnls; ' w'11 s tl-B as yuu acre.' I aT, John, where did yon get that ron-'a ht7 -Pkase, yer ht.uor, sail Jubti; "its an old one of yonr'a that niLsU gave uie yesterday.' William, who need to boast that h nev er owed i d llar in lib lifeaud never would, in less tlmn a year after hit manias bad a little BUI to take up every day. J sh Billinrs says he has seen gome aw ful tin oat diseses ku roplcetly kuivd in ttire duys ly iiniply j'niug a temper, auce society. A mornin? paper, in raffling a new style of uint coffin, faye, 'It has given p-r-l'ct Fatisfactiouto who have thus far t'sd it. A clergyman gave a toat that was not tety silhtm, at a late flieinan's relelira tioru.Oor Uie engines May they be like c! maids, ever rtady but never wanted. hat can be more harrowing to yonr nnnl than the thouirht of wasted opportu nities?" a.ked ateicherof a bright boy. A peg in my t-ots linrrows my ole more n anything else', replied the bright boy. A boardins-honse Veeper mixed some patent medicine in his hash because it was a lvcrtized as a cure for cnosumpticn. vhy is a thii-f in a parret like an hon est nan? Because he is above doing wron. A snbscriber wisliingto s'op hi paper, wrote- I don't wai t yonr paper snv ling er. To which the editor rep'ied. I wouldn't make it any longer ii'you did- An editor, alluding to the demand f'r female pnCVoge. female (' tors and lVma' clerpymcn, nmarks that another want presents itr-elf that if ft--tiiale women. An IHim is minister reproved apartv of boys who ere playiug c.irds in clinrch by tovie timely remarks regarding the last trunnp. TVhen a lady faliitcd at a Wisconsin yaity, a peJitleman thought he would re s;icitate her l y. biting l erjear. Slie r cov ered iiromptly. Tie is gojng round with a poultice on his eye. A married lady in Connecticut recently fell in a river, and won Id have been drown ed exropt- that I'er cries attracted the at tentiou of her hu-laisd. who. iniftujiing her in the dark f r another woman.Jwtjrk ed like a beaver to get her out. One of the Amherst sophomores has de vised a new vray of telling bad neWs. He writes home to his father: "I came near h.fSintr thirty-seven dullara last week.,' Anxious parent w rites back "how near." Tiy retnrn mail, ''Came within one of it lost thiitj.six." My, son,' said a good mother to h?r hopeful, 'did yon wish yonr teacher a happy New Tear?' 'No. ma'am,' respon ded ihe boy. 'Well, why not? 'Because,' said tha youth, 'she isn't happy unless he' whipping someof us boys, and I was afraid if 1 wished ber happiness she'd go for me." A Paris corrp?pondcrit tells of one lady 1b the city, during the siege of the Pi us sians, who was so overcome by her appe tite as to eat her beloved lap doj;. After a hearty meal she looked down at the lit t 'ts heap of bones; tears fell from h'Teyeg. Poor Bijou" she exclaimed, 'how be would have enjoyed them.' A scholar in a conrtry school was asked How do you parse, Mary milks the cowf The last word was disposed of as follows. 'Cow is a noun, feminine gender, singular number, third person and stands f r Mary.' Stauda for Mary? How do yon make that out?' 'Because,' added the in'el'igent pupil, 'if the cow didn't sland for Mary, i ow conld she milk herp The Green Bay post-office officials don't like to answer questions. The following posted ovf r the general delivery, expres f'es their sentiments. "Pi ire ot three cent fctamps, three cen's each; licked and stuck tve cents each; the cl'ck will atiswer the question, 'Has the mail closed?' A recently married man not tar from Tarb'iro, couing home rather late the oth er n'tht, t""k an nmbrH'ji from t he raok in the K'i'l and piorerdecV t Ins room. 1 he grieve 1 a'ii in fignant wife opened 1 er eyes aud se ing her hushanu supporting himself by the foot-board with one hand and holding an unibre'la spread with the otl er, cried in astonishment: 'What are yon 'loing? Are you era) N,' said he in n nnslrady voice, lnit hie 1 snp roscd therVl ie a storm I hie and so I've come prepared for it. Some of our particular friends who are in the habit, when they fln't a customer, cif placing too hijh an extimate upon thrir Mock, may profit by the following con versation between two parlies in au adja cent county town. 'Bob, that's a flue horse you have there how nir.cn is he woithr Three hundred and fifty dollars.' 'X'-t so much as thitt?' Yes, every cent of it, and acother fifty on t lie top of it. A re you sure?' 'Yes, I'd swear to it.' I 'All right." 'Why are yi u so inquisitiver Verely for 8sscss!rg purposes. I am A n"r for tl is ward and I only wanted toV c rat wl atjru ra'.id y ur nag.' ADTERTISE3JEXTS. SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO! PHI CSS REDUCED. The exeeUer.c of this Guana i3 now bo woll 'uiown, from lofig-experience in -it ms throughout the country as to render it unnecessary to say More tbes to assure planter tbftt Its qnalir and o mpoa!tun it tha MQ a that brotwfor put laio market w .1 si U ri.R t.u.n a to di justs la srreatly Improved. Experience 1st shown tfcaton applica tion of 150 to 200 lbe pr. car, of thta Guano, under favorable couditrona of ata. on and colt are, tttrteat the crops from DOUBLE to TR2BLX the natural jirodcct of tha toil. An ftncy which so largely increases the prodnctof labor at so mode rate aa outlay , nnt be an essential ele meat In U profitable culilv tU0 of the tell. JOHK S. fitESK CO.. Agents Pacific Guana Co., Jen, 11 Sin. Baltimore. Md. WHAM'S RAW 3BO"KT3ES Phosphate. THIS RK LIABLE STANDARD FEBTILIZEP. it sgtin before tne plant ing pubhc for fa or. Six enecoaaive yearn in Noi th Carolina, and the btatoa South of it, have established it as a Manure suited to our soil and climate. The ex, erience of some of Edgecombe's best farmra prove it inferior to none and SUPElUuii to most of the fertil izers sold in this market, and we can tafe'y recommend it as a So. 1 ARTICLE ALMOST 1ST TEiR. Let the season be good or bad you are sure to see its good effect. Xhia is a distinctive feature of Wbann'a. In "67 and 70. those very wet years, it showed plainly wherever applied, while other commercial fertilizers could scarcely be traced. Nor are its effect con fined to tho first year. Its benefits arc seen the second year, unless the laud has been too much exhausted by severe cropping. There is No U ilia I'll? or Adulteration abont this Manure The manufacture; s say they hare no canse to adulterate; that they mike a fur profit at present pi-ices, satisfactory to tbem, and to adulterate their article would soon break down their buaimsa. That enterprising and snccceafal plantar, Geo. C. "Dixon, of Oeorgia, experimented with Whsnn.s and aix other fertilizers ia 1S70, a very wet year, and bis own, "IXxon's Com pound," among them, and fonnd Wbann's so snperu r to them all that he baa aince need the latter exclos-Tdy. Haw Ground Hones form its bam, and it la ammoniated with No. 1 Peruvian (Chinch Island) Guano, and con tains all the erop element! for botn COTTON AND CORN. In Edgecombe it has been tried on the black lands of Conetoe. tho t tiff and light soils of the Purer, and the heavy clay soils of the Piney Wouda, all with, e quid success. Prioe in Norfolk (53.50 cash ; IR0.50 time. Freight to Tarboro Depot, $3.30 por ton. JOrdOT loft with Capt. Jno. S. Dancy at Tarboro, will be promptly forwarded. Ill MANS & DAXCT, mar. 7-2a Korfolii, "Ta., March , 1872. Fi:UlILZF.l For Spriivu Crops. 7"E OFFER TO HIE TRADE AND VV l planters in Virginia nd North Caro'.ina, the following standard Fertil ise ra 500 tons Bradicy's Patent Super Phos phate of Li'iie 500 toRrans dlej'. Sea Foct Uuano- .j'lO tons Reese's Solahle Pacific Gnano. 100 tons Gciiuiue Pernvian Guauo. 200 toes Ground Plaster. 100 tons Bradley's T' baccn Fert ilize r. We also offer the Fertilisers niann- factured by the Petersburg Fertilizor Company. These Fertiinera wo offer with all con fidence, having sold them fur the last six years. Our terms to the trade are liberal, and wc invite correspondence from planters. HcILWAINE s GO. Jan. IS-3m. Petersburg. Va. NOT TO BE BEATEN. TnE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE UP Inn mind that no one in Tarboro shall surpass the inducements offend at "or fflonse." At this establishment will always be found THE VERY BEST New York Lager Beer, In the excellence of which he defies com petition. Besides this he has tor sale Thirty Different Brands of Liquors, embracing the Finest WHISKEYS, BRANDIES. WINES, PORTER, ALE, &c. THE BEST CIGARS can only be obtained at OUR HOUSE" Which will bo coustantly kept iu such a condition that no geutlemau need fear to pay it a visit. JOS. L. COKED. Chamberlain & Bawls3 TARBORO, N. C, Practical Watchmakers AND T ewelers, DEALERS IN FINE JEWELRY, SttrliEg Silver and Plated Ware, "WEDDING RINGS, &c. Jan. l-tf. ADVERTISEMENTS. E. FRANK COE'S ' , t " " r ' ' ' - - . AMKONIATED Super-Phosphate or - Xji X 3E3. JUST RECEIVED A ECPPLr OF thi Taltlable Fertilizer, wblrfc we offer on uual Acvuuiuiodating trm. Apply to . It-. J. B. COFFIELI). Taiboro, N.C. 2fcti Rcferlr.(f to th exrerlmjnt mad by Capt. Thlgpen and puUiaUed in tn Reccnttrvct'd Former for XX'Ceuiber, 871, some tiro, last Spiiug, Captain Tiiig pen applied to us for a email quan tity of the above manure with which to experiment in conuccttoa with other manure, which we agreed to furnish, provided he vouiJ personalty, srlect from lots Jor sale all other Manvrta entering hiio such competition. We heard nothing more of the matter until the experiment in question was pub lished. That the public may know how to measure the value of the rtsult of said experiment, we state that a'l the manures ueed, except E. F. Cue's, tort furnished gratis for the purpose, whil" the latter was purchased trout us without our know ledge of anv intention t- experiment. p. g. VTt ftro just informed that the "Stonewall" was purchased, but v. will state that the cost of 'CoeV was 655; while tho "Stonewall" was about 175. Feb. 29-Juu EtiwauGuaiios, Soluble Manures, AXI Sulphuric Acid MANUFACTURED AT THE Esiwan Woiks, CARLESTON, S.C. BT TUB Sulphuric Acid AND Superphosphate Co. THE NOW WELL KNOWN "ETI WAN GUANO" i manufactured from the Native Une Ph sphatcs f Smith Carolina. Tntse Pliosphates in their nat ural state are insoluble, and require to he jrounil to powder, and made eolu' le by Snlphnric" Acid. This cmpany have now ia operation tle largest Sulphuric Chamb ets at the South, aod are, tleref-re, abie to mannfactnie at the lowest-rate, the highest grades if FerHliaers; it being clear that the greater the pvoj.oition ot soluble Phosphate which aivy Fertilizer contains, the K's the quantity required per acre. In order to make the Fertilizer complete Ammonia and Potash in snMl cient quantities are added. With tlo se view. Uie Compauy manufacture and uSer for pale. Warranted to contain 20 ptr cent, of Di-;-solvcil Bine Phospliafe f Lime and from 1 J ti 2 J per cent, of Ammonia, w-ith a snt fl'Mct t adlifin of IVruvian Guano and Pudsh to adapt it to all crops. Dissolved Bone of high crarte suit ible for Manufacturers r for Farmers d-siriiiij to prepare their own compost; and as la,rg: quantities m Sulphuric Aciil are u.'-ed tn diolve tl e Phosphate, this "ill be found a cheap and j convenient way to tian-'poit that material, j Ground Hone j at ni'ioh hnver rate. cutUting sirnp'v f i tho Native Bone Phosphate ground to powder. March, Price& Co., Agents, 91 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. N. B. The per centage of Dissolved Bone. Phosphate of Litiie and Ammonia in all the Etiwans is ascertained at the works by their (JlieinUt before delivery. Orders for the abovo Fertilizers will be taken by O. o. Parrar, TARBORO, Who will give all paitic.ulars as to price and terms. Jan. 25 3 in. VALUABLE Hill Property FOR siii:. I OFFER FOR SALE MY ONE-HALF IN terest in tho TARBORO FLOUR & GRIST MILLS. These Mills have 3 run of 4 Teit Eurrs, two for corn, and one for wheat, with all neces sary Jdachmery. Z"he Mills aro driven ty aa EXCISE OF 60 HORSE POWER 1 havono hesitation in saying these Mills now have the LARGEST RO OF CUSTOM of any Mill in the Stat-v TERMS EASY. For further narticulain adl th Mills and see the undersiKned. JOS. J. HALES, March, 21-tf rARBORO, N. C. Odenheimer HAS JUST ARRIVED WITH Forty Head. MULES AND HORSES. FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH. Odcnhcimer's Stables, feb. 1-tf. TAR20R0. M IS CEIXAK iEOLS. Stonewall FEtRTlLtlZE.W. ORDERS FOR THIS CELEBRATED Fertilizer will be promptly filled by addressing the Agents R. A n. C1I VMEEULAI.XE, Commission Merchants, Cliaanberlain.ea Wharf, ?eb. 23-tt NORFOIX, VA. The Old Established TAUBOllO. BAKERY rr- 1fiA?r n Coflfcclioncry. JACOB WEBER, Proprietor, MAIN STREET. This Establiahintnt is continually addinp new attractions, with a view to Still farther increasing business The People of Tarboro and vicinity may aivayj confidently expect to rind here" every kind of PURE FRESH CAKES. THE VERY BEST PLAIT AND FRENCH CANDIES. A varied assortment of Ripe Fruits. IVily received. In f vet everything kept in a First Class House of the kind will be founr' here. Special attention will be giveu the Orders of Private Families Ton 0 J. X5L US S which will be baked ou the shortest not'ee- ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND BALLS PROMPTLY FILLED. Thanks aro returned the public for past pairouao. and promise givoa of future promptness and reliability. JACOB WEBER. 4D-tf OopoHite Old Gregory Hotel TO THE PEOPLE OF EDGECOMBE. THOMAS L. BURROUGHS. GIN WRIGHT, Is prepared to huiid GtX 1ICLSE3. COTTON SCREWS AND RUNNING GEAR, by contract or by the day. Cotton Gi.is put in pood orJerfbr ue. and repairs doue on any ot the above work at reasonaide rates. Dratt- of w.rU accompanied with bill ol liiioher draw. i ami uiaue out correctly, ana very cliea). 1'erxonR ileyiritijr any work of the above description will do well to eal upon TilOS. L. BURROUGHS, tneh'M -t Tarboro. N. O. SUPERIOR COURT. EDGECOMBE COUNTY. W. T. Taj! r Civil Action. Sum r? J cioos & Warraut John F I'ickrel!. J of AtUeluuciit. GairisSit Moore ") Civil action, fum r.. - n:n Si Warrant Jo'.n F. Pickrc'l. ) of Attachment. G. D. Lipscoti.'he 'l Civil notion. Sum vs. V nous & Warrant J' l.n F, rickreil of Attachoient. N M. Lawreure, ) Civil action. Sum vs. iiioi:.s it Warrant J !m F. I'i'jkrcll. ) of Attachment. J oh u M. IJot.d, ") Civi! aclion. Sum i's. nions & Warrant Jflin F rickreil. ) ol Atiaclirueut. 11. F. Hanks, Civil action. Sum ii umns & Varrant John F. Pickrell. j ot' Attachment. Eason Jjuics ") (Vtvil action, Sum rs. V uiods Si Warrant John F. Pickrel'. ) of Attachment. B F. Hawkins, 1 Civil action, Sum v v mons & Warrart John F. Pitkrcll. ) of Aitacluucnt. II. if. AUop, " ('ivil action. Sum mons & Warrant John F. Pickrell. ) of Attachment. Actions have been instituted against th the Defendant in favor ot ihe shoved named Plaint iiT, in the Superior Court of Edge combe County I for the recovery of money, as fallows- In fav..r of W. T. Taylor f .r $.)0o.71, with interest from Jan. 1, 1871, for goods sold and delivered In favcr of Garris & Moore for $349 57, with interest from Dec. 1, 187, for goods Id aud delivered In favor of Georpe B. Lipscembe, f.r $25(i37, with interest frun Jan. I, 1871, for goods sold and delivered In favor of N. M. Lawrence for $1,523,98, for ;oods sold and delivered In favor of John M Bond for $2oo28, with interest from Dec. 1. 187o. for work and labor done In favor of B F Hanks for $6o4 48, with interest fr-un June I, 1871, for work and labor d-T-e Iu favor rf Eason James for ?233,lc, with interest iom Nov. 1, 187o, for goods sold and delivered In favor of B F Hawkins f. r $373 51, with interest from June 1, 1871, lor work and labor done In favor of R B Alsop for $26) 29, with interest from Dec. 1, l87o, for goods sold and delivered- A Summons was issued in each of said actions on the 8th dav of September, 1871, directed to t!'e :.rierifT ol Edjiec iro.be Co., commanding him to summons the said J hn F. Pickrell to be and appear before the Judre of the Superior (Jou t at the term to he held at the Court House in the Town of Tarboro on the lO'li Moiidav after the 3rd Monday in September; 1871. and a warrant of attachment in each ,,f said ac tions was issued by the Clerk of the Supe rior Court on Feb-,. 4tu 1872,against the property of the said John F Pickrell. re turnable before the Superb r Couit of LU.fcomhe County, on the loth alondav after the 3rd. Monday of Feb nary, 1872. By order of the Clerk of said Court HOWARD & PER IT, Attorneys for the four first named Pl'UTltifK F. PHILIPS. - -Attnrri'r fcr the otber-PlaiutlnV March 2S, 1372--4t. TARBORO. F. ODENHEIMER HAS JUST RECEIVED at ms Livery Stables, " a Large drove of' very fine and also a welleolectod assortment of to bo lold for caah or rtchanfce. Our friends and also the pubtto are reapect fullv invited to call and examine them at the Stables of Fi ODENHEIMER, Tarboro, N. C May n. 2 '-" : D . W . HURTT , Merchant Tailor, NEXT DOOR TO EXPRESS OF FICE, TAKKOltO, W. C Life and Fire Insurance Agcney. EQUITABLE LIFE C0MPAXI, NEW YORK. CASH ASSETTS SK.010,821 12 GORGIl HOME FIRE COMPANY, COLUMBUS, GA. CASH. ASSETTS S453,o:i -12 IMPERIAL FIRE COMPANY, LONDON. CASH ASSETTS fR,00a.000-GoM. OLD DOMI.MOX FIRE 0MPAXY, RICHMOND, VA. CASH ASSETTS $200,000 ORREN WILLIAMS, ACCNT, Office formerly occupied by Dr. N Pilti&.in, in Southerner building. 4 ti TARBORO Photograph Gallery. Just Opened by E. C. LEAT hi, At thn eli 6t-nd, lately or-upied ly W. F. STAPLES. Ho is prepared to make all tLe htoit styld of Pictures, includincr Photo. graphs, Poaritypes, &,c lfja establishnjcnt L furnished with a Thoroughly New Outfit of everything necessary to the bnsiness. A trial asked and satisfaction guaranteed. Tarlwro, N. C. Oct. 12. 45-t C. X. W ALKER, of X. C, WITH FIELD S 11 IMPORTERS or Hosiery, Notions, White Goods, Linens, Embroideries, &e. No. 42a Market St. & 418 Commerce St.' Philadelphia. Pa. Aug. 24, 1871. 38-ly IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS. The Maryland Fertilizing and Man ufacturing Company Having prepared a Spocial Fertilizer adapted to the Cotton Plant under the name of Which they claim to be of the highest grade of Fertilizer, sold in the South, equal in its results to Peruvian Gnano, and of more permanent ben efit to the soil. It baa been naed by several hundred plan ters In North and South Carolina and Georgia for twe seasons with the following resnlla t It increases tho crop from 100 to 200 per cenfr. 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 against early frosts, or in the event of a backward season for plauting enables the planter to put in his crop three or four weeks later, even as la to 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 grade of Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding those whose value has been reduced by adul ratetiou, or the use ot cheap material u. der pretense of nreting the low price of cotton. If his crop ia only doubled by the use of "COTTON FOOD," it will give him from one to two hundred per cent, profit on his outlay, with cotton at 12 cents per pound, and will enable him to plant fower acres with a corres ponding reduction of labor and expense with better results. - We invite an examination of our works, as we have no secrets, relying solely on our abil ity to make a better article than anyone else can do at the price. Mr. Thomas Anders-n of Edgecombe, hav ing usod the "COTTON FOOD" for two years, is more and more pleased with its results, and says it acted charmingly, and notwithstanding the dry woather, it paid him 500 per cent, on some of his lands. He nsed three other kinds, but gives a decided opinion that the "COT TON FOOD" is the best, and that he expects to buy it next year. "COTTON FOOD" has been used by many of the best planters in Edgecombe, "suah as Capt. J; It. Thigpen and 1. L. erne, Esq.. and all pronounce it t good Fertilizer. Cash price at the Faetory in Baltimore t55 per ton. in fek 12 to the ton. LAWRENCE 8ANG8TON, President, f , $8 Exchange Place, Baltimore.. C. C. LANIER, Agent, SH&OS.J TarboreN. C. III CU1CAI- Railway's Ready Relief CUBES 1HX WOEST T AM3 In from One to Twenty Miantea wot oxe uorii. after reading thie advertisement need any one BUFFER WITH TAIN, RADWAYU READY RELIEF 13 A CURE FOR EVERY FAIN, It was the first and ia , ThelOnly PainiRemedy that instantlv stops the most excruciating pains, allaya Inflammations, and enres Con gestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, towels, or other glands or organs, by one ap- PlItaFROM OSE TO TWENTY MINTJTES No matter htm violent or excruciating the pain the RHEUMATIC, Bed ridden. Infirm, Crippled, Norvona, Neuralgic, or proatrated with disease mar anffcr. Kaclway'st Ready Relief WILL A FORD INSTANT EASK. INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. INFLAMHATKTJ OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. The application of the Ready Belief to the part or parts where the pain or difficul ty exists will afford ease and comfort. " Twenty drops in a tumbler of waier will in a few moments cure Cramfs, Spasms, Sonr Stomach. Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrh a. Dysentery, Cd'C, Wind iu the Bowels, and all Internal Pains. Travelers should always carry a bottle of Radvay's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in water will.prevcnt sickness or pains from clmnpe of water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a stimu lant. FEVER AND AGUE. W.TVTl AKTl AP.T'P. rnrwl fot-fiflv Cents. Tl ,..-. la via n ,4i,r,fwlii1 airTit. ill tllHk. WO T 1 t'l 3 i . iv in uu ...... i.i - . - -- - that will cure Fever and Ague, and all other jlalanons, unions, ecariet jvpmnu, and other Fevers (aiJed bv li.VDWAY'S PILLS) so quick as R.4DVAY'S JJEADY RE FIEF. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH ! BEAUTY I! STRONO AND PURE RICH BLOOD IN CREASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR BKIN AND B1CATJTCFUL COilPLEX'UON SECURED TO ALL. DR. RAT) WAY'S SARSAPAR1L11AN RESOLVENT HAS MADE THE MOST ASTO.VISHING CURES ; SO QUICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES THE BODY UNDERGOES, UN DER THE INFLUENCE OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE, THAT Evsry Day an Increaee iu Flesh and weigni is seen ana rcu. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Every drop ot the S.YRSAPARILLIAN RE SOLVENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat, Urine, and other fluids and juices of the system tUe vigor of life, for it repairs the wastes of the body witn new ana souna mate rial. ScrofuZrt, Hyphitis, Corsiimplion, Gland ular disease. Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth., mors, Nodes in the Glands and other parts of the system, SireEyes. Urumnrons aisctiargts from me Mrs. ana ine worsi jornis oj ticin diseases. Eruptions. Fever lkres. Scald Heads, King Wwm, &oli Jiheum, Erysipelas, Ache, Fiactc Hvots, Worms in the f7.A, Tumors; .'..rr. in the iwnf, and all weakening and painful discharges, bight Sireat.i, Loss of Sperm and alt wastes of the life principle. are within the curative range of this wonder of Modern Chemistrt, and rt etc days' use xrill prove to anu riT.son wtmif if. for either of these forms of disease its potent power in vire them. Kidney it Bladder Complaints. Urinary, and Womb diseases. Gravel Dia betes, Dropsy, Stoppage of Water. Incon tinence of Urine, Bright's Disease, Albu minuria, and in all cases here there are brtck-duft deposits, or the water is thi"k. cloudy, mixed with substances like the white of an egg, or threads like white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear ance, and white bone.dust deposits, and when there is a pricking, burning sensation when passing water, and pain in the Small of the Back ard along the Loins. Tnmor of 12 Tears' Crawlh Cured by Had way's Resolvent. DR. IUDWAY'S PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS, perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet gum. ;-nre, regulate, purify, cleanst , and strengthen. Raday's Pills, for the enre of all disorders of the Sfotnarh, Liver, Bowls, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Dis eases. Ileadachc, Constipation, Costive ncss, Indiet-stion, Dyspepsia, Bi! Itonsness. Billions Fever. Inflammation of the B.-.v. el, Pile', and all Derangements of the In ternal Viscera. Warranted to effect a p -sitivo cure. Purely Vegetable, containins no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drues. A few doses ofRADWAV'S PILLS will free the system from all tne above named disorders. Price 25cents per Box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. READ "FALSE AND TRUE." Send one letter stamp to RAD IF A Y & CO., No. 87 Maiden Lane, New York. Infor mation worth thousands will be sent. you. June 29. 30 iy illISCELLAXEOl'S. NEW ATTRACTIONS AND Additional Inducements. CFFERKII AT THE WELCOME WAR AND JOHN F. WARD PROPRIETOR, MAIN STREET, Tarboro PUREST LIQUORS FINEST CIQARS AND Best Prepared Meais. Can always be obtained at the above well known Resort. Everything about the Fstablishment has been put iu excellent condition for The "Winter Campaign and the propr etor is determined that nothing be left undone to give full sat s faction to his patrons. His RESTAURANT WILL BE 0PEXED ON THE First of Octobci and during the Winter all the delecacies of the Season, such as OYSTERS, FISH, CIUBS, and the like will be furnished at the shortest notice. Connected with the Estab lishment is also a irst Class Grocery to the inspection of the contents of which the public are respect ully invited. I can only promise to d my best to please my patrons. That should be sufficient. I extend n hearty invitation to the "WEL COVIE BAR.' Come and indge for vnr selves. JOHN F. WARD. Sept. 27, 1871. 42-tf. "WILLIAM , MITCHELL, House Carp ciiles, BEGS LEAVE TO CALL THE AT tention of the citiz ns of Tarboro and Edgecombe county to the Tact that he is prepared t execute at the shot tes notice and on reasonable terms all kinds of work in hia line. lie refers, bv permission, to Opt. Robt. C. Brown, O. B. Lipscombe, James Ji. Rednwid and David Pender, Tarboro, N. C. atrr 80-Iy. .MEDICAL. 9! , J. Wum, TT.pr:ttnv. R. II. Mclii. A C, limiftm A Ow. ipaa, S KnuMSnCaL). 3 Couaiurca 6t N .V. niXLIOXS Bear Teatlaey ( their WMderftil Carative BOeet.J Tlaecar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Brisk, Made of Poor Ham. Whiskey, Preef Spirits and Refuse lienors, doc tored, spiced and sweetcsed to plcast taa taste, eaUed Tonics," " AppeUxers.1 " Bestorert," , that lead tha tippler ea to draokeaiMss and rota, but ar a true Medietas, mad froa th Katirs Boots and Herbs of California, free from alt Alcshello Btimslants. They are the GREAT BLOOD PUIMFIEU and A LIFE CITINU PRINCIPLE, a sarfcet Renovator and Invleorator of the System, carry lnj off alt poiscmoui matter end rctorin the blood to a healthy condition. 'o person can take these Blttera accord in to directions and remain tonf unwell, provided their benes are sot destroyed by mineral poison or ether mesne, and tbs vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. They area Gentle Purgative as welt as a Tonie, posscwinc, also, the peculiar merit of aetlas as a powerful agent in relievinc Conges tion or Inflammation of the Liver, and of all the Visceral Organs. FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether in young-or old. married or alngle. at the dawn of womanhood or at tbs turn of Uie, thee 9 1'onio BiV ten have no equal. , . t For Inf1amuiatorr a.nl Chronla Rheu matism and t.aut, Pyapepitla or Iu digestion, Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the 151 soil. Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters hive been most successful. Such Pi senses are caused by Vitiated Bleod, which is generally produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs. DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Headache, Fain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight ness of the Chet. Dizziness, Sonr Eructations of th Btomach, Bad Taste in the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lrmfa, Pain In thermions of the Kidneys, and a hnndred other painful symptoms are the otl springs of Dyspepsia. They invigorate th Stomach and stlmnlste ths torpid Liver and Bowels, which render them of Unequalled efficacy in cleansing the blood of all inv pnrities, and imparting new life and vigor to the whole system. FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter. Suit IUiuuiu, Blotches, Spots, rimplea. Pimtules, Boils. Carbuncles, R!n-Worms, Sca'd Head. Sore y.ves.E'juirM-'lus. Itch. Scurfs. Discoloration of the Kfcin. Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of what ever tinme or nature, arc literally dug up ami car ried out nf the system in a short time by the use of these Uitter. One bottle in vch eses will con vince the most, incredulous of their curative effect. Clean the Vitiated niood whenever you find it impuritit e bursting through the sXiu in Pimples, Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it when yon find it cbstrnctca and sluggish in the veins; clcaune it when it u foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, nrking in the svtem of so many thousands, are effectually ctaaru.t ed und removed. BOLD BY ALL DEUGOISTS AND DEALERS. J. WALKER, Proprietor. K. H. MCDONALD dc CO.. Drugirists and (ion. Agents. Kan Francisco, Cal., and and S4 Commerce Street, New York. May II. TA I) Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Pn all Mia -r . T Xaedioms. Perhaps no one medl cine is so universally required by every, body as a cathartic, nor was ever any be fore so universally adopted into nse, in every country and among all classes, as this mild but efficient purgative fill. Tho obvious reason is, tha' 't is a more relia ble -nd far more ef fectual remedy than any other. Those who have tried it, know that it cured them: those who havo , not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends ; and all know that what it does once it does al ways that it never fails through any fault or neg glectof its composition. We have thousands upon , thousands of certificates of their remarkable eures : of the following complaints, but such cures are j known in every neighborhood, and we need not j publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions j in all climates ; containing neither calomel nor any i deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar-coating preserves them ever fresh, and makes them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use ia any quantity. Tbev onerate bv their nowerfhl influence on the Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action remove the obstiuctions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the bedy, restoring their irregular action to health, and by 'correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. Minute directions are given in the wrapper on the box, for the following complaints, which these fxitt rapidly cure : if or aarsneiMla or XndlarestfoB, JLlstlea- next, LHHsrnor and I.m of Appetite, they bnquid ne taaen moderately to stimulate tnc stom ach, and restore its healthy tone and action. tor jiiTervompiaint ana its various symp toms, Billons Headache, Sick Urad. acho, Jaundice or Oreea Sickness, Bil lons Colic and Jliiion Fevers, they should be judiciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Dysentery or Diarrlioea, but one mild dose is generally required. For It he um attain, Coat, (Sravel, Pal- Suasion of tne Heart, Pain In the ide, Back and Lolas, they 6hould be- contin uously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the system, with such change those complaints disappear. For Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings they should be taken in large and frequent doses tojprodnce the effect of a drastic purge. For Sappreaaion a large aose should be taken as it produces the desired effect by sym pathy. As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pills to promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite, and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad vantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these Pills makes him feel decidedly bet ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive apparatus. , Jhr. J. C. jLTER S CO., Practical ChtmUts, LOWELL. MASS., XT. S. JL. I Fo. boro, IS. C. ' Poaessbing powerful lavigomiiig iiviisiilTT.isliVsNiitli'liliiir These Bitters are positively luvaiubie ia rsrnfnwvwy'ipfsflwwwt' 5 IN i f Ik; g 91 Js 3f S wi Sftlllflirsi JaS1 They purity the system, and wiii euro- Hemittcnt and Intenuitteut Fevers, and are a preventive of ChOla and Fever. An yield to their powerful efficacy. MHs!imnMlia!ia.i,liJiMal.M.LZ.aM.fn Are aa antidote to Changs of W ater and Diet. MPSVfVV)WePVVMVWMMPWMMHBM to the wasted frame, and correct all i Will save days of suffering to the tick, and 4 Tha grand Panacea for all tha ilk of life. t TUs staiuart mmai tekes, . DDTf fUltjn TV TnT BITTERS roeBingio, these Bitters areaaV ..aaOad aad have eftea Uea tlX tneaasof asTiaglife. f. T-R T.O MB BOTTl Bs- ADVERTISES EXTS. H. WISWALL, JR WHOLESALE DEA LI. It iN HEMS. STIFLE MY GQ5DS BOOTS AXI SHOES, &c. &e. io. Commission Merchant MAIN STREET, Wajvhiiistoii, T. C. C. C. LANIER, AO EXT FOR MESSRS. HARDY & BROTHERS, Commission Merchants, Baltimore, M l roa STIEFF'S PIANO, "WALSH'S TOMB STONiSS. THE "TAYLOR" GIN, FISH GUANO, "COTTON FOOD," 14 no C-XAXO AND AGRICVLTUltAL LIJII? A Specialty. Tarboro, N. C. Jan. 1 1-tf. J. M. SPRAGIiYS CIGARS, T0SICC0, PIPES, &Cl, TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. Feh 8 12 m. TAR BOP. O . TO THE AFFLICTED. rp.-HS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TO THE I public at lire and particularly t!-n aMi'-ted, thiit I have re ovvd limn ii.c Dras Store to the rill re near my Ri-v-dt-nt-e. where I run ulways bo 1'niiud, when not rMfcsoinal!v enjj-ijieil. Orders left- at niy house will rectivc prompt attention. feb. l i-if. A. II. M ACN AIR, Mp. J. E. SDI3I0NS, CABIXETMAKEIl AND UNDERTAKER. At lb-? ol.i ntani of N'hifo & Simmons, on Pitt street, four doc-rs from 31 tin, TAEEOr.O, X. C. Repairing cf Furniture of eve ry Description Jl),ie uil1' neutnea anl ili-p-iteh. S;?ch :tH..-Tif;..:i p.iid to UXDERTKEKS PUSINEo.S iu all it,s br.mchos. JIaha.TaaY. V.'aluut. Top'.ar & Fine Aiw.i ; oti U md it the I. west C.W Pnocs. J. L. M.JIMONS. O-.-t. lG-":n T.abon. V ILUACLE P30IE.LT1T F0H S.VI.E. 'pu:-: i;Nii:usn;NKi) as at- I torni'y i.T.'r-for sale onr t'f the. n;o.t To sii I!o rttsi.l'-iiccs in the Cape Fear s ;etion, 1 -cat oil in til- 'h.ni'Un if and i;uit villain of I il intoii, in the county of New Hauovi r. T.ie Iiiipr..vo.j',-iiti consist o: a we.l arra;-t-d TWO STORY" DWELLING, it excellent order, handsome, and well pnint eil, with a larse number of rooms above and bolow. situated in a lovelv jrrove of eld j, nir pleandoak; also KITCHEN. OUTHCLSliS and all necL-ssiry buildingH, with a NEW STORE HOUSE admirably located, nearly "fiiiithed. A Garden and Orchard are attached to the premises. The property includes '2 acros of hind in tho corporate lim its of Lillingtou, aud 30 acres good farming l.vnd adjacont. Liilingtou is at. the head of tile water on a small stream, eiht miles from Itocky Point on V. V II. It. and 16 miles by pu li-- road from Wilmington, the chief conime; cial city of North .Carolina. This ina fine location for a physieisn or nier ahant, and tho propcrtv wiil be" sold verv lew. &VML. T. WILLIAMS, Atfv. Je29-tf Pattleboro. -". C, i'Tm i hi n if zsw rzz n u : La PI tar I I I I nV am SB I JWaTER WHEEL, Mill Gearint,ShaflinJPulley3 DftOlf A HllNKTiunntJfl? r SEND FOR A CIRCULAR sS TRIUMPHANT! 17 GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS Wero Awarded to CHARLES M. STIEFF t'orthe best PIANOS, over 14 different Makers of New York, Baltimore, and Boston Manufacturers. OFF1CF. An NEW WARKBOOM3! No. 9 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md. rpiIE STIEFFS PIANOS COX-i- tain all the latest improvements to be found in a first class Piano, with addition al improvements of his own invention ii"t to le fonnd in other instruments. The tone, touch and finish of their instruments cannot he excelled by any manufactured. A laree assortment of Second Hand Pianos always on hand, from $75 to 8300. Parlor and Church Organs, some 20 dif ferent styles on hand from $50 and up ward). Send for Illustrated Catalyse, enntn'n insr names of over 1000 Sontberners.(5tMl of which are Virginians.) who have bon?' t the Stieff Piano since the close of the war. C. C. LANIER, Agent, TARBORO, N. C. Dec. a.