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.arsday, - - - i7 23, 1S72. lir it.C SiirTBWKM. '& Saturday N'ght. in wilt ik. , . (-i ;; -,- rjocks not "thpL- ns?7u top'" n'-ii- homely ya" ur -tlcslioy ol- eilres; , .. ; ; ., , Radicals, cease your uijiurtan emu ,;t exceed win our country now en durcs! I f loved resided country! let mc noi ; i ixm of t lice. or thee write: ,' s not oi '. vil wars nor foreign row; ;.:! M.piy this- Tie Negro's Saturday NiL'l-.t. " , , urns Ming In sweet accents the tutte. a Liv : -ill. melody and finest fceli;i.;,'s'lraiir;ht, , , - i ... i; ,,l in iliis oi'.r ui uein Vl erue-rocs rule uo linger so!d and aopomybcns will live 'till nrgro-ndt is no'ijhti K-i itmaV die! I'll wiliiny inter . s simple Strains, aud heap high up Mie , hush its funding chords, so f-'.r and near, - t - . hit sways f) reckless "cr our saany laod, - land of heroes aud ot martyis too .V)wn with the demon! let our couutry stacd . ... rec auu iiiHi.iuiun.in-u. do. , . i ..'.!. mil ?hi ni'isanee 1CI oil. v -o ' riu it thi" ' :n those days ante-bhim-iiege shared llicir master's fii-M-bhip, and hid wealth enioyed; . J'i.eir "Sat'dar ITiuTits" wcreVrapped in peace, tir.marred, Nortlxvn lUv om!s that peace alloyed i :i, when the cvc-nii 2 closed their daily toil, XlK-y soucht their hearths m merry jrronp jS'Sis-, KUmniei tares, that '.u-h I.iircr lips, at slow decline of day: -..c!i -roui'in-, scenes and times, lor aye, a;v i ass'duway! ; -.on Xe-.os a'.i enjoyed their 'Sat day Nish'," , , coita-es, well built, iu shaded proves; ;.tch no t-.i.i.jyed his liro of light-wood bri'.if, ' : , , ie uui in ir-jii'. door on earthy stoves d happy on the steps they spun their tales, , , , -I each oae tell; nc: of that he bad seen, : imht to srp.w lis nei-liborin his sales . v g.i.liu yarns', which all bclifed I ;,'.-ht,!y, sntl.jvtlicy saw bt-ncatU the o.iic moon's sl.cen. .Ytu at t .10 nines appruacu . .u'"u. '. their dull ears by clarion l.i'tCS :.. :.:n i t . r.,i!, or by the "overseer's Morir . , At customed sounds at which they launch ed their boat?, , , , ' stead v i.aik'J thro' days iritrcasmp tide . . l -v shuiiicd of deep tlocp and sallied V .!'!, - iiiO vtrlwart briilogrooia aud his "yallcr ' ride - f v.i.i- a war that day with U.iu u ! -:1-th. Wi:-;, things in dying gave to corn and j c--it. m bi:t:i. Ai :j....kiast. time they took shorl rest, -nd nno.ie V i c-iiy iikmi ol ail-:,ubjlaiuial food, VI i ,.-. i"-dav 'iieatu some biaDching plUm- l.-.- .-s .shade, "hoy s.d and ni, and talked of bad and ',. .he:'., alter uatuu' was refreshed, did v 'viue their work with I mgh and joyous 1 1. litis dow li the western sky did A', ..id H..-W-inaj" niUl ner jie rutreo pu i on- 11 on' qr-it tlu-y woik, all joy, and cot- w.ud passed ai'.'l:. Oitii -Sat day iviahts" wcro jovial times .s.-lecd. ice-i ihen I'loiu toil till Monday uioruing hiht, i, -, -nnr and danced while courting w.,s their creed, n.i ,-,-!'-v. cl mobt where there was least k.i Ii;:ht. i ;i ones, "rouud huge fires, were look ers "is, Or, d too wiiini. around the empty place; And ..miiiiii w.iichod her Sally or her i'T., Aj ho or sho uith light feet Joined the ' eba--e,' 'iy.-ucha teiin I d note il:c:r awkward ness of grate Y .; ,.'Recii th-' p'.tave ol their former : . ... . i.eij they w?-e :lp.vcsr.rd 'boy?d their t.:.i;.ter's call, ow 1 d rehearse tLir iaaer lonns and .... , i. ict lire wl.ieh will nake I fear withal. .. '-l-ai day Might," I 11 try to paint it i. I v.i 1. 1.1 not harm them by word- or . a peat hat in to them I think I.d do, -.:- i -.u write a b'yi.g Truth eouTd not K'.iCi, - i.:.t 1 wiite below, as negroes say, ' -1 e .-ceil." I'i : -: lone, (hark UOids to pen of pine !... ioidt. A.- .;i':i;;-ht, with stolen porker p.vnng A !...-.. ' is V-o . 'a hie!: i.rovea the fresd- , i.i t. .. i lc li .iiAu V ,0' wtds and stumpy ;vs v..-.n:i.j home, irom voy3e off in j;:.-.sl i v,i:-icwnhal to 'pvaso his hunger l ll.,: .f t.'' 'nn.ni ii'g ' an unwelccm i -d the si'iis now bafely auclioicd .nV.s Night," and bids his wife l;.-.; -a lilt." r ;., .1 : . .ti: ns is r.btiV" d-ici ihed, ,. , v. a h )in n in a Southern State; .;..: the iitiittvxvd slave cculd not ,1 ,1 x ii: ;d ma i! -u 1 a tin .' "I pt(- iis -uir.e in'iiUia- liiiii'.aii never ..:.!.-. hi'ii-.d men the rihi to v. ii in e iinii'y a:id its r-ileil, U n. l:i.l in- .1 p(j.n, in iivc;:l uei j A ill.juj. a hope to i k hi P-1 i lie ii-uud ia made .,ui;e biaek, ii - .iires ! tie ii- jis 1 1 w pes indeed, - i -.in'.: t!: in.-.elve-, a.- good will not . -- '!;ui ii,; i.i! s in ne u mill 4 we.'d; i. !';.-i, "i ii 1 till tiieir eye -balls . . i 11;. .'V :i.e ! f. I-. .';, .ill lhat was to I e ..'.; in r.rrhiis, i.i .1 'it' goodly nit'iii, ,: . .o 3:'.t 'day Nihib' t:ti, .uu'.i of faded ... l.c,;' .vnh weight , ' . -"i.t.Hi: ' e .-.v-i .ll ll :-iid.a, mU, i.- !, Uttiiii VI ii jj gioes . i h i ilii-ir -jtiug id tee to lighter i, 1:ii r. Lc. Lo, end's my ADii:inM;!i:!S. WHAMFS Phosphate THIS llF.Lt ATLFi STAND A HD FEUTIIjIKJI i.i a-iun 1 fore. tn- plniit itift public for favor. Nx :.-uvcssivo year in North Carolina, mid ile' State- Si. nth of it, have e'tahiisbcd i; M.unuv muted to our miil and dim to. 7 be cc,-ericne- of .me of EdeCoiub "s b"t firmer prove it mlerior to hoik-r.(i SUVKlUUi; t.. mo.-t of the Fertil izers sold in tnis market, and wo can sately recommend it as a So. 1 ARTICLE ALMOST ATY lEAR. Let the season be p.Wi or had you are sure to see its ood cfr-et. This is distinctive feature of Whann's. I" o7 and '70. those very wet years, it show ad plainly-wherever applied, while other commercial iertih.cis could scrreelvho traeed. Nor are its erects con-' lined to the lirst ve:.r. Its benefits are seen the second vear, unless the land has been too much exhausted by severe cropping. There is So UumbHg or Adulteration about this Manure. Tile nian-.ifaetm-ei s sny ihey have uo cause to adulterate: that thev make a fair, prolit at present prices, satisfactory to tbeui, arid to adulterate- their , article would soon break down their business. That eutei prising and successful planter. tun ('. TUtnii. of Oer.rrria. experniientud witu Wliaun.a and six other fertiliz rs in a verv wet vear, and his own, "Dixon s t orn- liOlllMl," ftmotiK xneiii, un.i iuiuh- .- Rnperiortotliem.aU that he la3 since used ihe latter exclusively. Haw GroimA Poics form iis base, and it is aniwoi-tefl with Peruvian (C'leo. l- island) u:.uo, and iau,s ,u tne crop elenu ids l 'r ootn COTTON AND CORN , , , e olaek In F.iV-rennihc it has be', n trk -lon tl lands of Com toe, the i-tiff and iu ht soils of the ltiver, and the heavy clay s-ili c f the j r. ...... ...K- ll .-.-!i!i , r.ii tl sii.-i-i ' A llll, iHiUlt-. rtii .... 1. ......... Trice iii Norfolk cash ; JCO.M time. I'rright to TarLoro 1H jot, i'-i.'M per to:.. - voider-: I f; wiih Ci.pt. .Ino. S. laney at Tarbuio, will h- pronu.tty f rvmrded. IIY.MWS &, D.WCV, b!?r. 7-2nt X'-rf !s, Ya., March 1, 1S72. hk.mii mil AXD- T 71 T V T AT L li The Favorite Resort. miiE l"Nl)EKSltN !'.! HA rnilK I'NDI'ltSH.N !".! HAS iir-- 1 I ri-jiilv oiiei.i d an !.H;d:li'iiCnt ol the above order, in which i.o ol'o is upe rior attractions to pleasure love: :. e! Ton and County. lllo LAG Ell 11 EE 11 I: the finest and best . r bi-it.Lt to Tarh-ro itHINE'wSNE Is pronounced inc inparaL-a II1S C I G a : Cannot he rivalled. IMS BAGATELLE TAB AffordB inuoeiiit,y. t ecit;i;.; auiusoiueut, aal HIS General Management Id of the host -v) .!. di-M.able eharaeti r. &..reVprctf,jt; iuvi.-s ti,,- r.ihue to his lijase, feeling cuifid-nt .f bf.ng able to make each and every visitor pa,-s a phasant hoi w or. two. iitand On the corner n ar lh. old Gregory ""'ed zoeller. Mairli 21-tf. T.vp.r.t!:o. Chamberlain & Fuiwls, TARBORO, N. C, Practical Watchmakers A N V Jewelers, lEALt.ll.s IN F I N Tl .T E V K I, It Y, Sterling Silver and l'lated Warf, WEDDING RINGS, &cc. 3... 1(J- tf. VALUABLE Mill Property FtJTIfc XALI'I. IOt'FER r'OK HALE MY ON K-HALF IX terost in the, TARBOttO FLOIR i GBIST flULLS. These Mills have "run of 4 lir-t Hnrrs, lv- for eoru, and one for wheftt, all in ch- sary Machuiery. 7'ho Mills are driven byaa ENGINE OF 60 HORSE FGH ER. j 1 lu. no h(-;i aitfii in pavi Ill rS J-llii.i HOW have Llie LARGEST Rl OF I'ISTOJi of anv Mill in the Stat-;. TERMS I'.ASY. F..r fttrttier iHirto uddreKs, onau at the Miilj anil sue he unde : ne.l. March, ei-tf 7l;l!'MlO, N. ('. Odenlieimer HAS JCHT AlilUVKU Willi TfOJTtSr Head MULES AND HORSES. FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH. Odenheimer's Stables, J ii iW 1 IfllilllL Ml I n Opposite the Court House, TARBORO, iT- O. Arc now receiving their largo and complete stock of HARDWARE, TIN W ARE) Carriage Materials, FAllMEUS Will find St tleir Store cvervthinsr in their l!.c, ineludu.s Shovo.s, Spatlos, I loo Rakes, Manure Forks, Trace Chains, Plow Lines, Plows, Plow Castings, Com Shel ters, Straw Cutters, Cins, Cm raiuls, P.ack Bands and Buckles, bwinglo Tree, Saddles and lirid'es, liaiues, (3oll:r.s, &.C., &e. CAltrEISTERS wu ...i . ,-.-,- i,.t Bits. Chisels. S, uares. Also Nails, Olass and all kiads of l'mlding Material, ccc. AVlIEELWrJGIITS Will find Wheels, Spokes, Kims, Hubs; Tire, Axlo Clips, Hollow Ausuers, Boggy Seats; famous Patent Buggy Axle .always on liana. BRICK MASONS Will End Trowels, White Wash Brushes, Plum Bohs, Sand Screem, &C, 4tc. SAW MILL MEN Will find nil kinds of Belting, Files, Axes, Gum Packing, &c, HOUSE KEEPERS m-;m a fiw. i,ef rr.v.a- tiTi! iw-.itino- Siovrs evi-r hronrht to this market, ire Sifcs, Tho verv best Tahle Cutlery. Baskets ot and Work. The best and cheapest IleUow W are. Pots, bpulers. Ovens, &.c. Hat Hacks, Towel Racks, Curtain ,1'it.s, Soissors, Shears, Needles, JS-Hittaig 1 ins, Chamber Sets, ilousc aud Bat Trais, Buckets, Pail-, Kceleis, &C. ' SPORTSMEN IVi'd lin-1 the best and cheapest G ins in the market - Sold on trial. Powder arvl Shot PistoU in yi eat variety, Fishinir Taekl, &c. MERCHANTS v;ti i v fviil Mint lb av nnn tuirch.iisc Hardware and Tiuware at jis lew rales from us as thry can in Mew York and Laittmore. And lastly EVEilVHODV Will find the famous Y il l C;i"umber W-.d and comfort will c another S.iiam. r wi.hor.t ,d comfort will go another S.ii.un. whhor.t it. Jr'lninr e the sole audits for this I'ump in Kdovai-e nr.. I Mtrro are bodv calls tit tho nnwlwa. H:r1wa. TitlW.ir.'. St"i . l Why ? 13?caiw tlwy can pu.ha-" eh- -p. 1872. WONDERFUL; ATTRACTIONS l ti: 'i ll i-i Spring" and Summer Trade AT THI; i'AMUf OF We have just return l r-ui the 'v Ihcri Dry Goods, Cloth i n ;; ilool.s ; aid Hhoes, Hats fuitl C;ips, Furnishing Goods, Our Slock ol Ke.i.lv i. u-i n i, i..r M.-i, V..'.i!iV ml !,- w-ar is large and complete, and seW-ted with great ear.-. A!! -it-tt My!f.s iu liusincss and Dress Sui s wbich are made up in i'-c ui't. .iiii-;; - style, mil which o ott'er at the Indent fgnro.v Boots and shM-. oi all Ki:nK. at-l to Mtit a'. I aes, which can not i,e. Mirjnisscd in style and ij-iality in any -iiy. , a lull line ol Gent's Fur n'Khing Goods, the largest to be i'o.ii; 1 in this place. Our vK-clions ol CLOTHS AND CAiSSlMKUKS 1'OJl (.MTh'T0M TRADE is extensive, and wc otivr ial idducem - . - made up to the latest tj Call niu:.vdi: Oppt'iHe li B Ab;p, and a. U:e c Home Made Clothing-. Wc make all our Clcthin at our Establishment iu Richmond ami warrant them much better than any Ready fado '''lothini; brought from the North, and fully 20 per cent, cheaper. Youths & Childrens Clothing Ml of our own rr.ake and the largest variety to select frour iu Town .AVc can lit any youth, be he big or lit t lo, Khort or chunky, good cr had, v?we or othcrw iso. Childrens Clothing'. Ve have determined to provide for the little ones, and with idiia noble object in view have laid in a Stock of Childrens Clothes that vfiil please the most fastidious, they arc i;;adc in I'locmcr Runts cr long, r.b the purchaser may pre- ler, all otialities aud all colors. Stylish Hats for Gentlemen. Wc have the Jatct-i Rroadway f?ilk Hut. The Jjroadway, Re'orm, Ilumpty Jlunipty, Stiff Rriiu and Ilih Cro'.vu. "armcrs ::ud Rroad iJrim Planters Hats, all colors and prices. Gent's FurBisIiiii Goods.- I The best assortment of Tios, Uows Genuine and Imiaitation . Cheviot Shii ... . .. Collars. Irish Jjincn ana Caaibric ilandkcichieis. buspcudcrj tuia Socks. For Liidics, Gentlemen, Rojs and Children; from tho finest to tho comutoscst. Prints and Dress Goods. We havj staked our rcputaiun lor t.iiHids, and Iroin the muaulity we sell "l'!"''l. - .uoinesiieSc We have all the Standard Rrands of Cotton : N. Y. Mill, WatnSutia, Fruit of ihe Loom. Masonville, Manvillc i ti i (juniters, aud a'l the bet br:ind.i in aud 1'leachcd and I'ulleachcd. Call and convi:: :-; yourself :hat ours is the place !or good, nud oh. oi.ls- " .-. '-10 Ul -UU M H fcj?L' Tools, riaties of al! kinds. Saws, AusnrS, and Patty. Locks, bcrews, Butts, Hinges, B uvl and KoiiimI Iron; Springs, Sl., Cart, Yv ag n aurt Bnggy Aslcs. -he every rtesonpuon. .o,nes, ms. ki, uuyi Pe.mi.s. and i;o "an w!o likes economy it. Jr'lumaier, Lewis & CO iuii:nliiiir C'"iinUcs. Evciy- ' 1" '- ' ,.t, i an-.l ling Materuils. r 1 :,t t what ili y wanu rm i -Trrw rm j ICR - i.els v.i:-L the Lulv'. ICoVcUics In i.i.. t.. - y i-l u a perl'ect fit. arnicnt tid .u.; ;: j cur 2 ;v Gooda. -nil r ;f JTaiu a:i-i l'Itt St! eels.' ?7 ' -z mo k j T Alt BOKO, N. C and Sciuf's. J' inc Linen llosom Shirks. ts. latest stylos Lim-u and Paper .J - ood taste i;i the selection of our DrcKS I we arc sure that our taa'.o h universal!? . . ay M I S C F, 1a A X E O II S . To Heads of Families and the Eating Public in General. YOU ABE HEREBY IXFOIULLD THAT I am now prepared; to Rnpply . Fisn or an js.inasr at tlie very lowest CanU priet and of Hie rry best onaHty that can be ptoenred in the mar ket:. I am -ready to take ol'dcrg for an un linvted jiumber oi r- . r. .-. Cut apd Roe Herrings, which 'will be etfpplied as aooij as ,the season opens. I can always be found at "Our .House," ou Main Street. -HENBY T. COKEH. mar. 7-tf. Tarboro. the bid Established TARBORO. 3BAKEBY -AND- Confectionery. JACdB W.eSeR, Proprietor. MAIN STKEET. . ... . -, !... , ; This Establifchrtient is continually adding new attraction, with a view to still further mcreasiug business The l'eoplo -ot Tarboro and tieinity may always confidently expect to find hero every kind of PtrRE FRESH CAKES. THE. VERY BEST vhim axd FEEiScn cAxuiiis. A. varied assortment of Ripe Friiiis. Daily reecived. In fact everything kept in a First Class Honse of tlfe kind will be foun hero. 8iecial attention will bo given the Orders of Private Families which will be baked an the Ehortcet notice- ORDERS FOR PARTIES AND BAtLS PROMPTLY FILLED. Thanks are' Returned the public for past patrotiBgc, and promise given of future promptness and reliability. JACOB WEBEli. id-it Opposite Old Gregory Hotel TO THE PEOPLE OF EDdECO.MBE, THOMAS L. BURROUGHS; QIN WRIGHT, Is prepared to bi'ild ' -.: :J"' ' HCLSBS CCTTCN fTCREW'S ZXD RUNNING GEAR, by contrai-t or by the day. Cotton Gins put in good orderforusc. and repairs done' on any oi l lie ahove work at r(!oinble rates'. . i lArulik t f -.vork accompanied with trill ol lun her ilrawj and maue out eorrtcliy, and vtiy c-heap. I'erwotis desiring anv work of the above description will do well to i-al upon THOS. L. BUbVUUl'GHa, mcli2t-t' TrrOoro. N. C. JOHN MYES' SOX, Commission Merchants Receiving and Forwarding agents; Washington, a. c. April iti', i 867. 18-tf Life arid Fire Insurance - i - Agency. EQUITABLE LIFE COMPANY, NEW YORK. CASH ASSETTS ..114,010,824 42 GEORGIA IFOME FIRE COMPANY, COLUMBUS, GA. CASH ASSETTS ....$4C8,071 42 IMPERIAL FIitE fOMPfPlf tONDOir. CASH ASSET rS.. .f8,000;000 Gold. OLD DOMINION FIRE COMPANY, RICHJfOND, VA. " ' ' . " '.r : i ' CASH ASSETTS $200,000 ORREN WILLIAMS, AGENT, - e i Offiee formerly' ocenpfed 6yDr. N TMttman, in Southerner building. 4- Stonewall ORDERS FOR TniS . CELEBRATED Fertilizer will be promptly filled by addressing the Agent R. &? hV CUAMBERLAINE, Commission Merchants, Cliamberlaine's Wharf. Feb. 29-tr. Norfolk, va. MdDMSIES AND MULES. (leaf!- Piir'H:Sf9Ps' atrd'Males lust arrived lo dh v, ana lor Bald low ty LIVERY STABLES, , , i tb. 1-tf- I'AItUUKO. TARRORO. F. 0DENHEIB1ER HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS Livery Stables 9 a Large drove of .very fine HORSES, and also a well selected assortment of to be sold for wh or exchange.'' . : '' ' Onr fnniiHH ami also the nuhlic are respect fuDy invited to call and examine them at the Stables of . . - - F. ODENHEIMER, . Tarboro, HT. C. May 11. 23-tf Di W, HURTT, Merchant Tailor; NEXT DOOR TO EXPRESS OF FICE, TARBORO, JS. C. IKTEIt.SIJLH(;iB. ROWLETT & TANNOR 03I3lISSI0N MERCHANTS, Nos. 94 & 96 Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va. JOHN ROWI.KTT, i . K. M. TAKKOS, J. A. JACKSON, Sep. t7. ly Fall and Winter 1871. James, wright & co., WnotESALB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STA&ME & WM.Jf.GY DRY GOODS SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS. HEAD QUARTERS FOR Dress Goods, Shawls, Blankets, Carpeting and other House keeping Goods. No. 113 Sycamore Street, Petersburir. Va. Sept. 7. ly ESTABLISHED 1830. It-JBT.- A..MART FX. SOBT. K- U1LL- ROBTt A. MARTIN & CO., GROCERS AND COMMISSION MER CHANTS, .: $o, 2 Iron Froot, Petersburg, Va. T71AITHFUL . PERSONAL AT- i trti Rivr.rt to the sale or Uotton, lo bacco, Whfat, Corn, Ac. fc. Orders- filled for Goods at rasonablo prim for (.'ash or short t!u?o lo He usible, punctual ccstpmcrs. Ju.1 T. R. GRIFFIN, Rocky Mount, A?t. ESTABLISHED ti. D. MCILWJ3JJE, FRAXK POTTS. DDWAUD UUaHAM. McILWAINE & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commission Merchants, Petersburg-, Ta. LIBJiRAL CASH ADVANES C MADE ON 1 all consignments of Cotton. oct 13-tf CHAS. M. WALSH, 118 and 120 Sycamore Street, PETERSBURG,' VA. . . . . .MANUFACTURER ..OF Monuments and. Grave Stones Of Every Descriptioih . MANTLES. C. C. L1XIER, Agent. scp 7-ly MRS. A. B. JOJSTES, FOR SPRING AKI SUMMEU 18721 TO MY LADY CUSTOMERS. OF VIRGINIA, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA : Your tralo with me is increasing. I shall ilo all I can to please by the best aud latest styles of : i Consistinc of BONNETS, .HATS, : : 1UBUON8, SILKS, LACES, ETC., ETC., WHITE & COLORED CREEFES, FRENCH FLOWERS, STRAW TRIMMINGS, STRAW GOODS. all of latest importation. DRESS MAKING In nil ita l.rii.-lio u .vnintnil of .1.. . ' ..... .... ... V. .... V. t(. V .4 v D 1 t. Ill ' And -will here auk my lady fronds, that for Wedding and Tarty occasions; to give me a reasonable time to make the outfit. In iillinsr orders I will express them to the nearest point; mid if -requested will furnish Dresa f ........ .1. -i... .1. nt:ll: every lew days during Spring and buiunn r. tloronets, Wreaths, etc., furriifchcd at short notice. Orders solicited. Mrs. A. B. JONES, SUA Syca norc it., Opposite Iron Front, .ip. J 1-tf. l'eterbburg, Va. Eadway's Ready Relief CURES THE WORST PAIif In from One to Twf nty Minutes. .. NOT, o.e iiorR. . . after. reading tin's .Idvcrtisement need cry one BADAf.J TtEADY KELIEF IS A CrRE Foil EVERY PAIS, ; tv Itwa? the lirst and is TheJOnly PainlBemedy lhat inHtantly stops the most excruciating pains, allays "inflammations, and cures Con gestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, by one ap plication. IT? FROM OKI: TO TWENTY MISUTES, No matter how violent or excruciating the pain the RHllUJIATIC1, Ded-ridden, Infirm. Crippled, Kervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may- suffcri : '!.-. Radway's Ready Relief WILL AFORD INSTANT EASEs INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. INFLAMMATION OF TlfEBLARDER. INFLAMMATION OF TH&BO WEf-S. The apDlication'of the Ready Relief to the part or parts where, the pain or dillicul ty exists will afford; ease-and comfort. Twenty drops', in-'a tumbler of water will in ft few moments -cure" Cramrs,- Sptxs,Tis, Sour Stomach; Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrlrt a, Dysentery; Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and. all Internal Pains. Travelers-should always carry & botlle of Radway's Ready Relief with them. A few drops iu: water wilPprevent sickness or paihs;from change of water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a stimu lant. : t ". FEVER AND AGUE. FEVER AND AGUE Cured for fifty cents There is not a remedial agent in this world that will cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious, Bilious, Scarlet Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers- (aided by RADWAY'S PILLS) so quick as RADWAY'S tfE.VDY KE FIEF. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH! BEAUTY tl STKOXG AND PURE RICH BLOOD IX CltE..SE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-OLE All SKIN AND BEAUTIFUL COilPLEXilON ECC11ED TO ALL. DR. RADWAY'S SARSAPAR1LL!.N RESOLVENT -. has' made THE HOST -jtST07..isHrXf! CURLS f SO QUICK; 80 P- U'lD AKE THE CHANGES THE P.ODiT UNDERGOES, UX DEH 7'HE INFIX'EACE OF THIS TKUEY WONDERFUL, -MSDICISE, THAT Every T)ay an" Increase in Flesh and Veight is seen and Felt, , . TIIE GREAT IJI.OOB PURIFIBE. Krerif drop of the SAKSAPARTLEIAN RE SOLVENT cominunicatcs through the Ulood, Sweat, Urine, and other fluids and juices of the system fe ti'jor of UJvt fo it r.paH'S .re wastes of the bodywifa new anil srtuud inate rial. frcrofnlrt. Kvphiit, Cnisumi4ism, Oland- ulir Vifnr.i, Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth, Tu mors, Aoiles in the Glaiuls and other part of the pyftem, SureE yes, &tiuiorons discliarijrs froia the Etirs, and the icort forms of akin diseases, Eruptions. Fever Sorrs,Seald'lT'td, ltiny 'Worm, ia!t lihe'im, ' Enihipria. A:he, Black fyots, Worms in the lleh, Tumors, Cancers in the M omb, and all weakening and painful discharges, Kight Sireats, Loss of Sperm end all wastes of the life principle, are within the curative range of this frontier of Modern Chemistry; and tf cr tfiys' use xnll prove to ami person usiny it for either of these forms of disease its potent poicer to cure them. Kidney & 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 w here there are brick-dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the white of an ejg, or threads like white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear, ancc, and white bone-dust deposits, and when there is a pricking, burning sensation when passin? water, ai.l pain in the Small of the Biurk and along the Loins. Tumor cl 12 Years' Growth Cured by Kaihiay's Resolvent. DR. RADWAY'S PERFECT P'JRGATiYE PILLS, perfectly tsste'ess, elegantly coated Tvith sweet g:::a, pure, lfgnlate, piii wy, cleanse, and strengthen. Iladway's Pilis, for the cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, bowels, Kidncvs, Bladder, Nervous Dis eases, Headache, -Constipation, Costive- ness, ltiiiigtyition, Dyspepsia, Lillinisness, Billions Fever. Inflammation of the Bow. els, Piles, and all Derangements of the In terna! V ifecra. a r ranted to effect a po sitive cure. Purrly Vegetable, containing uo mercury, minerals, or deieletious drnps:. A tew duses of K AD WAX'S PILLS will free the system , from all tne above named disorders. ; Pi lee 23 cents per Box. SOLD BY PRUGOISTS. KKAD" FALSE AND TRUE." Semi one letter -stamp to RAD WAY & CO., No. 7 Maiden Lane, New Y'oik. Infor mation worth thousands will be sent vou. Juuc29. ao ly MISCELL.WEOl'S. NEW ATTRACTIONS AND Additional Inducements. , . OifVUR&D AT w t i WELCOME liAU AM) .' .. - JOHN F WAKD PROPRIETOR, " MAIN STREET, Tarboro PUREST LIQUORS FINEST CIGrARS AXD . Best Prepared Meatk Can always be obtained at the above well known Resort. Evervthin about the Establishment lias beeu put in excellent condition for The "Winter Campaign and the propr ctor is determined that nothing be left undone to give full satis faction to his patrons. His RESTAURANT WILL BE 0PEXED ON THE First of Octobei and during the Winter all the dclccacies of the Season, such as OYSTERS, FISH, CRABS, and the like will be furnished at the shortest notice. Connected with the Estab lishment is also a Ylrst Class Grocery to the inspection of the contents of which the public are rosicctfully invited. I can only promise to do my best to p lease my patrons. That should be sufficient. I extend a hearty invitation to the 'WEL- COME BAR. Come and pidge for your selves. JOHN F. WARD. Sept. 27, 1871. 42-tf. "WILLIAM MITCHELL, House Carpenter, XjEfiS LEAVE TO CALL THE AT- I) teiition of the ciii. -n of Tarboro and Edgecombe county to the fact that he is prepared to execute at-the shortest notice and on re.isoiinhle terms alt kinds of work in his line. He refers, bv permission, to ('apt. Robt. C. Brown, G. H. Lipscotnbe, .lames M. Rcdmund aud David Pender, Tarboro, Is' . (.'. luov 30-ly. AnVFRTISII i:Ts. We have -nriw in successful i.iirr-i;i,,n our DISTILLKK Y, r ear V.'ai rent,,,! xV" and are making one hundred am fltty " ' Ion per day, of the best and purest fv,r anil Rye. W!'nsko.y ever offered f.,r s.... :'! North Carolina. John J; Kades, the most celebrate ); tiller in '.'ie State, is in charge of tie jjj'., tillery, had .guarantees to make as pu'r... article of wiiisky as can be manufactur,.,1 Tha former reputation of oiu- Whi,.'. known as "the Old -Christmas MMiiskT-v Shall be sustained !n every rcspeci, we promise our customers a genuine 'an nnaouireraieii ai.i.eie oi spirits on most reasonable ter:ns. To all invalids would especially recommend onr whisi- for its fine rhedb.inal qualities as "i', from 'drn;rs," chor.iicals and injur; '' componnds. 1 Tiie 1M ysiciana of Warrpntfin xinnYi mously a crree in pronouncing ,nr wl ist the rUKEST that has been on tliemVrkJ since the war, and prescribe it j0,. ',) ;'' patients. ' '' We arc selling our whiskey, whid, guarautes to bo above p'root', and twenty degrees stronger than Northern IVIii,!,-,.,. at $1.40 a !;-l.(i!) per gallon by :h i,;,,.,.,:,' by the tiiik of twenty gallons -V,. the five and ten gallon cask Jl.!io -Uu Orders solicited and -prompt lv lillcr " ' CIIK1STMA3, FOOTK i: Co. febS-tf Warrenton, X.'c. J. E. SDDI03S, CABINETMAKER AN) UNDERTAKER. At the old sbmd of AVLite & Simmons ., litt street, four doors from Main, TAEBOKO, X. C. Repairing of Furniture of eve ry Description done with neatness ?.nd dispatch. SjK-cial Kiteniirin (ol'.'ij:i;T.,i;i:y BUK1XE.SK iu nil its 1 mi;. vs. Mahogany, H'afKiit. Popiar & I'iia Cofiins, Always on band at the Lowest Cash friccs. J. e. snuroxs. Tin born. Oct. lC-Cm. I'OHsesBinir powerful iuviiioralu.? ' These Ritters nro positively liivniuiiWe ia 'Xhey putiiy tho ivsi.-li, nud will cura Remittent and liittiuuciuut i eveia, and ara a preventive of Chills and Fever,'' All yield to llicir powerful efficacy. Are an antidote to change of Water and but. , to the Kosted frame, and correct all 4 Will save day of suffering to the tick, asd A The grand Tanaeca for all the ills of life. 4 PllR mjim PEYSICIAKS THEEE, In Young or Old, Married'uluin f or cingie, tneso riittera are un- f equalled and bare often been the means of aavuur life. if tR.V.O N E BOTTLEi' TALI ABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. TIMJE UNDERSIGNED AS AT- J torney offers for sale our of tho most tie siibJe residences in the Capo Fear section, 1 ratctl.in the intfidMonie and qniet village ot Lillington, in the coity of Now Hanovtr. The Improvements consist of a well arrang ed . . . . TWO STORY DWELLING, i- excellent order, haiidsomo, anil' wclTpaiht ed, with a )arf;e number of rooms above, ant! below, siturded in a lovclv jrrovc or elr.s. nin pie. and oak ; also KITCrlEN, OUTIIOUS1 and all uccetusary buildinga, with a , . t, NEW STORE HOUSE admirably located, nearly finished. A G f.rden and Orchard arc attached to tho premises. The propeiT includes 2$ acres of land iu the" corporate lim its of Lillington, and 30 acres good fanning land adjacent. - LiiUniffon in at the bead of tide water on ft small stream, eight miles from ltocky Point oc W. W. 11. It. and 10 miles by public road fnu Wilmington, the chief commercial city of North Carolina. This isa fine location for a physician or mc uhant, and the property -will no sold verv lo. " ; SAML. T. YILL1AMS, Att'y. jo29-tf ISattlcboro, N. C, , J. M. SPRAGIN'S CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, &c, TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. Feb. 8-1 2 m. ARBOU. C. N, WALKER, of N. C WITH YOIG. SMITH. M & DL IMroRTEHS OK Uosiery, Notions, White Gooh. Linens, Efflbroidcrits, &ft No. 12'J Market St. & CoinmciCc -v Philadclpiiia, Pa. Aug. 'li, lbiL ':c ' US