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Thursday, - - March 6, 1S73. m m That Sofig of Yours. nv iini krain tat one of Tonrs, Which wakened memories old and dear, And bring buck 30J unto my neart, Though from my eys there fall tear. Tf. rnrda. 1 well remember now. With precepts old and tree were fraught, And every line a naxim neio. Which I will ne'er, no, ne'er forget, ' .. t . . Oh, 8nff agfn that gentle strain Which charmed my weary heart from woe The prenen. fades, the past i gone, With all the Joys of long ago." , Each word and tone recalls the time W&en I, in childhood's ianoranee. Dreamed life was bliss alaal ita care Soon rudely broke Ibat glowing trance. Oh, sing again, and let me hear The songs I heard in days of yore; The oie seam like aa echo dear With tones I'll hear ok earth no more. The roice of friend delights my ear. And loving arms around ma clasped; With musical accord again, Sweet hopes and joys thrill o'er my breast. Ph, sing; and should I weep the while, My tears will not from sorrow flow, JVr, h, thy strains with mem'nes teem Of friends and joys of long ago. SPUtfGIANA. Somebody says a wife should be like a roasted lamb tender and cicely drrssed. A scamp adds, 'And without any sauce.' A tailor who, in fkating fell through the. ice. declared that he would never gain leave a hot gaose for a cold duck. , WSj are the measles like fresh mackerel? Because they run in echools, and have to be caught before they can be had. It is complained of the eminent Dr. Browa that he toasted Miss Smith through ihe entire season at Saratoga without making her Brown. A poor but honest young lady, who earns a living by wtTking ou boop- skirts, in reply to an inquiry, stated that fhe had spent the summer "at the springs." An Irishman gave birth to the fol lowing bull : 'Jaben, Tommy, if I lire till I die, and I dunno if I will or no, I want to see onld Ireland again before I leave America. -There art two reasons why some people don't mind their own business. One is that they haven't any business, and the other it that they have no mind. Husband "I bpe you have no ob jection to my getting weighed?" Certainly not my dear ; but why ask the question?" "Only to see, my love, "-Too Rjjf tceujh tor Oo, . ir it ifce8 an - , f three week y est two square rods ot oopp. rtar. how long will it tase two and a half pairs of fly skin breeches to draw a cord 01 hornpipes' Music is the food of love accord ion are hmt 100a 01 matrimony ac cording to Eitcbner. The bed to be avoided, next to an onion bed, k probably the bed of the river unless one is partial to sheets of water. "Will you have the kindness to hand me the butter before you?" asked one politely of an ancient love unrequited maiden. "I am no waiter, sir," was the tart reply. "Is that so? I thought from your appearance you had been waiting a long time." (To lazy housemaid.) "Now, Mary you know I'm going to give a hall to morrow to besti genera am sorry An thus add hers turkey was a millionaire compared our present depressed treasury. To day, if salt was two cents a barrell, we could not buy enough to pickle a jay. bird." The lawyer who filed a bill, shaved note, cut an acquaintance, split a bair, made an entry, got a case, framed an indictment, empanaeled a jury, put them into a box, nailed a witness, ham mered a judge, and bored a whole court a'l in one day, has since given up law and turned carpenter. A Troy paper recently printed two articles, one of which was an obituary notiee, and the other a funy anecdote. The headings accidentally got changed, and when the paper appeared the editor was horrified to see the obituary notice headed "A Good Joke," while the funy anecdote was prefixed with the caption, 'A Sad Announcement. Exquisitk PoLiTENisg Sheridan once told a story of the exquisite pood breeding of a banker's clerk, of whom the wit bad borrowed money, and to whom he actually repaid it. "Didn't he look astonished?" a discourteous friend asked. "No," said Sheridan, he was just going to lock astonished, when he remembered his ma oners, and swept away the money as unconcerned ly as if he had not given up the idea of ever seeing it again." "Wall," the tld lady began. Wall, n y dear, some people have Terj curii ous notions ofgettin' religion. Ther's mj neighbor, Deacon Jabe Sniffin, whose tuakin' a fortune trsdln, horses. Wall, he thought he 'spcrienced a cliarjgeof heart, but he diuec't 'sperie ape a change of business. That was touclin' a tender p'iot might inter fere with preffits ycu know. So be tJiought he'd consult' with Deacon Auiinadah Tweedlc.'who kept a store, ami did up the sugar and whiskey over night. 'Now look a here; you Wt s'pose them little Ftories, sort' o Tts like that y?u and I tell in the way t f I rnde will be reckoned up again us ) Vt day of jndgment? Sarkumstan cdnswe sir. we can't help it, you tnotr. I doi.t s'pose it will make any d.lier.nce ut sll in sipht of the Lord lonsi s tue hcuii's all right now does U brother Iwcid.ef" night, and 1 shall expect you .. ' -P VTTv r Tourtelf. and make vonne'f I fc-:U : '' v ? h3 .h-P'-h Hy useful-" "Ye. m'm, but iVWhtam r ft liF to say m m I caul dance." Her.eeJ3 b.mnd at, l.rtlf? unfortnnate KentsickT editor nnoxar Ji t j r'.rj i resses his delinquent subscri !r-Ti.. "Friends, we are penniless. Job's is'unequslled by any known remedy. It will HTEW ADVERTISEMENTS 12 SAMPLES tent Jby mail for 'fifty cent that retail qnickjbr tea dollar. Jt. tt, 181 Chatham square, N. T. Wolcott, "Employment, $100 per week. Agents and XU other to sell a new anicie. laanpens' u tn mnha.ntsf ni manufacturers. A4 dress, with stamp, E. B. Smith Co, 951 lib-. ertr street-New io fork. MAM CV saay mde.th.?urSu iii , z - " . - . . mi nil inn Kev-enecK trains. -utu- lars free. Stafford Manufg company, 08 Faltoa street, KX 3 copies of the STOCK AND FARM JOU-RNAL, one hundred pages, and 3 oackaees of new Farm .Seeds free, by en closing 2 stamp. Address, N. P. BOYER CO., Parkersburg, Pa a b . TU-Yon-WTSFITOBUY W All I til A SEWING MACHINE ,'..mii nu. or act a airent, address Washington Sewing Machine Company Boston, Mass. ' Agents! A Rare Chance! We will pay all aKents forty dollars per week in cash, who win engage wim u. Everything furnished and expenses paid. A dress, A. Coulter fc Co., Charlotte, Mich. tvt ' eoMs. sore throat. hoarsmiess and Dronohial difficulties use only Walls' Carbolic TaDieis. Worthless imitations are on tbemarket, but the only scientific preparation of Carbolic Acid t ..,...-- when chemically cmnran- ed with other well-known remedies, as in these Tablets, and all parties are cautioned against using anv other. ' . .. In all cases of irritation of the mucous mem brane these Tablets should be freelv used, their cleansing and healing properties are astonishing. , .. Be warned, never neglect a cold. It is easily cured in its incipient state, wlien it becomes chronic the cure la exceedingly difficult, use Wells farbolie Tablets as a specific. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt eU, Jiew xora, Sole Agent for United States. Vrice 25 cts. a box. tyeoa lor v.trcair. ESPECIAL ATTENTION of manufacturers who have become disgusted with the odors of Paraffine Oils and their ill effects upon machinerr. is invited to E H Kellogg's fperm Engine Oil, SI 20 per gal E H Kellogg's Sperm Spindle Oil, SI 15 per gal E H Kelloggs Tallow Engine Oil, 1 10 per gal E H Kellogg's Tallow Spindle Oil, $1 05 per gal Manufnotiired'only bv E. H. KELEOGO, No 17 Cedar Btreet, N. T. AINTS " SaNNEIlS OP THE KJ BIBLE. lte Patnarchs, Kings, rrophets, Kebels, Poets, Priests, Heroes, omen, ...posues, Politicians, Bnlers and quIs. Genial a Poetry and escitiug as Komance. Its execu it. fni tu. Its illnstrations are magnifi cent. It is just the book for tlw nia iss, or all who love History, the Study of Character, or Cheerful Beading. L'xtra tarms to Agents. Send for Circular. Also, Agents wanted for the PEOPLE'S STANDARD BIBLE. With 550 Illnstatlons. All our own agents for other books, and many agents for other publishers, are selling this Bible with wonderful success, because it is the most valuable, beautiful and popular edi tion now In the market, and is sold at a very low price. Canvassing books free to working Agents. Address ZEIGLEK & M'UURDY, 518 Arch st., Philadelphia, Pa Cincinnati, Ohio; St Loois, Mo.; Spring field, Mass, or Chicago, 111. J ' - '"SK The Guide is published Quarterly, 35 eents pays for the year, which la not half the cost. Those who afterwards send money to the amount of One Dollr.r or rot re for iieeds may also order 25 cents worth extra the price paid for the Guide The First K umber is beau tiful. Km tie plans for making Rural Homes, Dining Table Decorations, Window Gardens, Ac., and a mass of information invaluable to the lover of dowers. 150 naccs on fine tinted r. some 500 EneraTines aud a sunerb lered Plate and Chromo Cover. The First Edition oX200,0C0jnstprinted in English and uerman. JAJuiU) viua, uocnester, a. x. r niehlv all poisonous substances in the Blood' snd wifl effectnallv dispel all predisposition to billions derang-ment. Is there want of action in vour Liver and ipleen? Unless relieved the bloed becomes impure by deleterious secretions, producing scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ac, Ac, Have you a Dyspeptic Stomach? Unless di gestion is promptly aided the system is de bilitated with poverty ot the blood, dropsical, tendency, general weakness and inertia. Have you weakness of the Inestines? Tou are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or Inflam mation of the Bowels. Have you woakness of the Uteiine or Urin ary Organs? You are exposed to suffering in its most aggravated form. Are you dejected, drowsy, dnlL sluggish or depressed in spirits, witt headache, back ache, coated tonne and bad tastine r.onth? For a oertaih remedy for all i f these diseases, weakness aud troubles; for cleansing and pu rifying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to all the vital forces; for building up and re storing the weakened constitution USE JURUBEBA which is pronounced by the leading medical authorities of London and Paris "the moat powerful tonic and alterative known to the medical world." This is no new and untried discvery, but has been loug used by the lead ioR physicians of other countries with wonder full remedial results. Don't weaken and impair the digestive or gans by cathartics and physics, they give only temporary relief Indigestion, flatulency and dyspepsia with piles and kindred diseases are sure to follow their use. Keep the blood pure and al is assured JOHN Q KELLOGG, 18 Piatt st, New York Role Agent for the United States. Price One Dollar per ba.tle. Send for Circular. BltlGGS & BROTHER'S ILLUSTRATED Floral Work! FOR JANUARY, 1873, NOW OUT. Issued as a quarterly. The four numbers sent to any address, by mail, for 25 cents. The richest and most instructive Illustrated and Descriptive Floral Guide ever published. Those of our patrons who ordered seeds last year and were credited with 25 cents, will receive the four Quarterlies for 1873. Those who order Seeds this year will be credited with a subscription for 1874. The January number contains nearly 400 En gravings, Two Superb Colored Plates, suit able for framing, and also Tinted Plates of our gorgeous Floral Chromos; information relativo to Flowers, Vegetables, Ac, and their cultivation, and all such matter as was formeily found In our Annual Cata logue. You will miss it if you order Seeds before seeing Briggs A Bro's QUARTERLY We challenge comparison on quality of Seed and prices and sizes of packets. Onr "Calendar Advance Shet and Price List for 1873." sent free. Address BKIGGS BROTHER, Seedsmen and Flerists, Roch ester, X. Y uiim vr tor v. -4if.jL-. ill r?.1 "Ta-'Ut?' :,!. eradicate, extirpate and thoroiiehlv destrov MISCELLANEOUS ' HAVING QUALIFIED AS AD ' mimstrator upon thC Estates of Mrs. .VALUE KNIGHT, deceased, and Mr. JESSE B, WEBB, deceased,' notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the said Estates that they must be presented by the 1st of March, 1S34, or thU notice wul be plead in bar of recovery. Also, th se indebted to the Estates must make settlement by that time. N. M. LAWRENCE, feb. 13-Ct. . Public Administrator. CANCERS CURED. BY DR. KLINE'S FONDEKFUL ANil dotos which destroy and remove the cancer without the use of the knife or loss of blood, and at the same time, overcomes the tendency to cancer in the system. We also treat all forms of chronic, long standing and obscure diseases; with unpar- aici'.ea success, cspeciaiy . EPELEPSi1 OR PITiS. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ASTHMA, SCROFULA & Secondary Syphilis- Send for Circulars eall on. or address. E. H. GBEEKE, M. D., Goldaboro, N. C, A. H. LINDLEY, M. D., Charlotte, N. C. JT. E. BENTLEY, M. D., Sumter, S. C. y.9-TR3m. Li Hits y y-")F iko jitui, uul wul sssawr i S in T'lifi r.oT-tt cud Iutcrcuttwtf stus. andrs a prevstvrs ef Chills and Vsvsr. Ml jls'.i tj l'jir puwtful sCeacy. nutn'idcto to cbacg c W ater asul ltu.. o " ve vi-tct iraca, vxl earrset all i ia 3T9 dftra of tuSering- id th tick, an i nsnii i im Bia s q- mm "h - tail raaaoea for all the ills af UXo. IT...-. 5tin,!ira FfllSlCIlIS RBOIU IT 15 TSEIi EtstlBI inTmu!ioia.-rrik't.ki.t.i. or Sins!, thase BitUn yt-yaXM and amr oftsm Uu Uis taaos ef wrinff lifa. TRY ONE I O TT LI J0IEI MYERS' SON, Commission Merchants Receiving and Forwarding AGENTS. WASHINGTON, N. C. April 4th, 18&7. ig-tf TO THE PEOPLE OF EDGECOMBE. THOMAS L. BURROUGHS, GIN WRIGHT, Is prepared to bui.'d GIN HCLSE3, COTTON SCREWS AND RUNNING GEAR, by contract or by the day. Cotton Gins put in good orderfor nse. and repairs done on any of the above work at reasonable rates. Drafts of work accomnanieri with Kill. ni mniner drawn and maue out correctly, anu very cacap. Persons desiring anv um fc r ik nk.P description will do well to cal. 'ipon THOS. L. BURROUGHS, mch24t' Tarto- o. N. C. CO CPWABDS OF 1 1st PREMIUMS AND GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS Were Awarded to CHARLES M. STIEFF for the best PIANOS, in comnetttion with the leading Manufacturers in this country. VSW WABEBOOMS: No. 9 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md. THE STIEFF'S PIANOS CON tain all the latest imnroremrnta in h found in a first class Piano, with addition al improvements of bis own invention, not to be found in other instruments. The tone, touch and finish of their instruments cannot be excelled by any manufactured. a large assortment of Second Hand Pianos always on hand, from $75 to $300. rarior ana Church Oman?, some 20 dif ferent styles on hand from $50 and up wards. Send tor Illustrated Catalose. contain. inn; names of over 1200 Southerners,(500 o Which are Virginians. 200 North Carolin ians, 150 E. Tenneseeans, and others throughout the South,) whe have bought the Stieff Piano since the close of the war. C. C. LANIER, Agent, TABBORO, N. C. April 18. ly. 1AXHOOD: How Lost.' How Restored. Just published, a new edition of Da. Cuxvebwell's Cexkbkated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of Sper matorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Invol untary St minal Losses, Impoteney, mental and physical incapacity, impediments to marriage, etc.; also. Consumption, Epil epsy and Pits, indnced by self Indulgence or sexual extravagance. Price, in a sealed envelop, only 6 cents. This celebrated author, in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrated from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarm ing consequences of self-abuse may be ra dically cured without the dangerous use of interna! medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may core him self cheaply, privately, and radically. -This Lecture should be in the bands of every youth and every man fn the land. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six ceDts, or two post stamps. Ao, Dr. Culverwell's 'Marrlajre Guide,' price 60 cenU. Address the publishers. CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO., 127 Bovery Ktw Ystk, P. O. Bx, 4584. Jy.M-ly. Ay ex's Sarsaparilla Is widely inow as on of the moss effectual remedies erer discovered for cleansing the system and puri fying the blood. lrl0i7'r!i ins rcDUtation. It has stood the based on ita intrinsii viriiM nl nk IbM53TS2 tSSJ! ffCKLStribS .SnSSS SrdSuf Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruDtive dis- orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches Boils. PimDles. Pustnles. Saras. St. Anthony's Fire. Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum. ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus. Stomach, and Ldrer. It also cores other complaints, to which it would sot seem especially adapted, such as Drop st, lyspepsla, Fits, Neuralgia, uearc insease, female weaK ness, Debility, and Leucorrhosa, when they are manifestations of the scrofulous poisons. It is an excellent restorer of Eealta and strength in the Spring. By renew ing the appetite and vigor of the digestire organs, it dissipates the depression and listless languor of the season. Even JehtS, wd livonrffoTJieSSt thi Diooa. xne system mores on witn rv w a a a Dr. i. c. ayer & co., mi, Mm., OLD BT AIX DBPOQISTS ITIinrXlU. HALL'3 SAIK . Every year increases the popu larity of this valuable Hair Prep aration, which ia due to merit alone. We can insure orr old patrons that it is kept fnlly ap to its high standard ; and it is the on ly reliable and perfected prepara tion for restoring Gbat ob Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, 4? comes white and clean. It removed all emotion's and dandrufF, and, by its tonic proper ties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-glands. . By its use, the hair grows thicker and rtronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal TigorV and will create a new growth, except m extre: "r. -sir-" ecunor. aib-Dressi used, as it "requires fewer erlossv annearance. A. A. ' "h M.D- Ste Assaver of JtfasW. setts, says, " Tb jt,vfistitueiits are pure, auH carefully selected for ex cellent quality ; and I consider it the Best Pkepabatiojc for its intended purposes." f "jrt- ' mrm In Wrrfirfsai. Price One OoUar. Buckingham's Dye. FOB THE WHISS3ES. As our Renewer in many eases requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation, which will quickly and effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by all Druggists. Pried Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL 4 CO., BTASBTJA, TT.H. Dr. L. L St a ton is agent for all of Anr'n Medicines and a large lot can always be found at his Drug Store. Bewaro of Counterfeits ! JOB ROSES' "ViaViIS re cxttnrivtly oocTaF!Tsr. Duhnut Drur fT' tninnvor to teU Ihe ctunterftlit to mtkt rrreitr profit: Tht gmvint txtwd list r.tmaf M nit maen paacagr. All oia&r cr vnrznit tmututam. th oui'ina 1";U are unfiUIr.rin tUo en--of those ptiurtil an I dan?rccj rtiffn.nj to trUicli tht fimal. coi'jtitistion invu oeot. T:iy mtrot til excessoj aid ttiaoT ell Muucliio, ttora wlui eveccuj. TO 5A"BHrS!? X.ADTFS tny 3r pviicnlviy u.;e u T'.7 t:;1 i- .hort t.us "tTing ca t'i momulj pcrxiwitarTcularitj; arid aUhoorh very rowrrtul, coawlu natajns hurt ful to thn coB'titutloTi. Iu all cuti of MerToni aud Spinal A:fctimn. Faim in th Back ant Limlii. Fai.Smie oa Hi(i' xerti"n. Pa'pitation of th. Heart. riTtterlcs mdWhilM, t'i.jr will offact a cox. irbn all oiber maans hiYu faiiMi. Th clrrolara a-uuud acu pickaxe kit fi -l direction! and aiTice. or will ba tvrit fi to all wrku.f for tham, Malad from obserrattoa. K. B. In a'.l ne vht-r (h ormws eannet ba obtain"l,One l)'.:lar:iciul to ta Sole Propria W. lOH laOSKS. )5 Uar;!anit St.. New Yorkill In.nra a botlla of tb grmmUs, enntalnioa TiftT Pill, by return null, netmig l4 ftom auy kaowladca of In coaieuta. hH Llf IK TEH BfllWUTES. BWTATf9 PTJI.MOiriCL VAWS Cor- Cocgu. Colds, AtTKwa, Baocm, 8oa Tn .oat, BoAKGSt. BirnectT Buunut, h c i pi i CosscMPTioa ix Lcl Dissaasa. Tboy have no t't of BiMllcina. and anv chhd will take them. T'uo-.uaiidj ItaT b-cn twuotmI to health that had beftre depairrH!. Tftino-JT rtvn In hundreds of caeoe. AV lor BRYAN 8 PUT-MOMO WAPIKS. Vrloa a5 coata ar Hi. JOB M03U, Propria tor, is f!t)--ti'n.?t Stroct. KevrTork. THE CI EAT FRENCH KEMEPY. DXXaAIATtTCS'n RPTCTFIC riL,l.B. Prrptr.l l.r 1. OAKANCXJtEJL Ho SM Kae torabard. Pari TTieae rill a-e bin' iljr racommenited by the entire Medical Picukj of P:anreaa the very brat remedy in all . of S-x-rtratorrho or Seminal Weak nm: Nlirljfly, Dal'y or Prmrr BmlMiont r Bes tial Vt'e Lnen or Ime;nf ; Weaknea aruins front Pc.-t t II. hits aDd P 3Tual ioee:ei ; Mli1Un of the Oeni'Ai O- earn ; Weak fpiue Deposits in the Urine. a-1 all tha c'.atly tr'n of Otseaiee ariclns froii Overuse-or SYCceea. Ty tfwra when all otberrem diei fil!. PampMrtaf A lTicflTi ea.-H baa. or wil: ha sent if. i a'.ir.-s. Prld fit er Bjx. Sei -t K . BKUrt'n t'flti ".nalleeaert'affe.e r- : of r . QC I,. W- CS. !C!oti. St . ' - - " ..... Kansas Pacific Hallway. This favorite line extends from Kansas City and Leavenworth through the fortile State of Kansas to Denver in Colorado, 639 miles. Rare opportunities are offered to the public for homes in a section ot country unsurpassed for productiveness aud bealthfulness. The State Capitol, State University, and State Agricultural College are located along its line, and the general educational facilities are unequal ed. The reputation of Kansas is unsur passed as an agricultural State. By re ferring to the United States agricultural reports, it will be seen that Kansas has a greater average yield to the acre of the cereals than any other State; and at tbe great fruit fairs held in Philadelphia. Rich mond, Boston and Albany, Ksnsas took the first premium for the finest display of fruits. For tbe pleasure of travelers or invalids, a varied and charming landscape is presented; and the delightful air of Colorado, and the celebrated warm and hot springs near Denver, give renewed life to the sick. To those contemplating going West, we would advise them to in gpect the country along? bfs road. k .V-i .... - . i m HANI) AND TO'AlliiiVE 5(H) lon SheH and 2(' BIsJ Rockland and Woodburiaed limA. KnconrlQ I a rnmnnt f .alnina I " v PlasteF Hair- Pork', and . 1,000 bushels biacicecd Oats, 500 bushels white :Seed . Oats, ; 200 , bnshels Norway peea Uats I V AGENT FOB Soluble Sea Island lllhAr'S A A Phnchnn Poniiviun linnnn 1 ' "Vpy ie .yn uaove J s r - 4 uber s Amono Fospnate ot Lime. Atlantic Fertilizer. Atlantic Acid Phosphate for 'Compost mg IJotton oeed. , G ilhanTs Cotton Fertilizer. Carolina Fertilizer.; Xand Plaster. Zell's Super Phosphate. Bradley's S&'Fowl Phoenix Guano. Wilcox & Gibb's Guano, Salt and Plaster Compound. Orders taken for izers, also Sash Blinds, &c. Libera advances made on shipments of Cotton to Weisenfeld, Stern & Co. ar. DO. coppiblb. 1 Va iViCk Mlnnf ! fit ja rt' gregortm- afWnci TT4wm t a T. . i i wa ar . Hy using the Q'.ilck returns and permanent improve ment to the soil. PHCENIX GUANO, (Imported from phtenix Islands ) ATLCOX, GIBBS & CO'S HANIPULATED GUANO. Guano Salt Compound. These popular Standard Fertilizers have been used by the Planters of North Carolina for several years with perfect satisfaction, each year adding to their reputation as The Best Sold in this Market. Below are a few testimonials from many North Carolina Planters : W it iti VILLI, N. C, 1872. Mettr$. Wilcox, Otbbt & Co.: I used your Manipulated Guaro, 175 pounds to the acre, also lot or bara yard manure, about 30 cart loads to the acre. I made 969 pounds liat cotton to the sere and there is enough cotton now in the field to make forty or fifty pounds more of lint to the acre. I received two premiums for the large! yield of cotton on one aero of land at the Fair in Wilmington this Fall. H.C.ROCKWELL. Columbus Cotjhtt, N. C, 1872. Jfessrs. WScox, Giblt & Co.: I used your Manipulated Guano on cotton this past season at the rate of 200 pounds per acre, which cost me 50 eents per row, or $1 per two rows. I left two rows through the field without guano and this fall had the eottton picked out separately tbe first picking the two rows not guanoed made 27 pounds, the next two rows guanoed made 77 pounds, a difference of 50 pounds; the next and last picking there was a difference of 11 pounds, making 61 pounds, worth here 5 cents, or $3 35 for $1 paid for guano. This was what the cotton was worth the 1st November, the time tbe guaoo had to be settled for. 0- W. BADDWIN. Chablottm, N. 0, October 21, 1872. Meurs. Sanderi, Oats & Co.: Gints As a competitor for the premium offered by you for the largest yield of cotton from the use of Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s Manipulated Guano, I had run .off by Meurs. Price & Moore (surveyors) two acres of clay soil that has been in cultivation some 8 or 10 years. I prepared the land as follows; Run off tbe rows four feet apart with a twohorse "Charlotte plough," one horse subsoil plough following in the same furrow put in the said furrow the Manipulated at the rate of 250 pounds per acre, beaded on the same with a one-horse "Charlotte" plough followed by the one horse subsoil, planted the patch the 27th April and worked it about every 10 or 12 days with sweep and hoe, tbe land usually without guano made about 900 to 1,000 pounds. I have gathered from it up to date 3,687 pounds. Result from using the guano................. . 3.687 pounds Without guano ... .2,000 " Increased..........-....-..-- 1,687 " B. H.MOORE. I am bow receiving large consignments of the above Standard Fertilizers, and am prepared to supply planters, for cash or credit, on easy terms. For further information call for circular. . J. B. COFFIELD, Agent, M 13 8- TARBOBO, T. a it's-a I t i-1; t--i.ii , . . " ".' Iliri'... -: FERTTLIZERS! GasXiiiie. t v aaa a a i 9 VUII4UV Bagging and Ties, Guano. , Guano, Peruvian Guano. Manipulated Guano alt kinds -'of Fertil TARBORO, ST. C. rnfAAntTlliA I niintv m - m m 0 si i em . sva : m i best Cuanos. and! Plaster CAROLINA w t . j ; s-J t , ' ' i f ' v. PEICES IN $48 00 per 2,obo $53 00 per 2,000 FREE OF INTEREST. ' . i . . , - .- We chftHeiige comparison with other Fertilizers as to result osnn, cation to crops. , Quality and price The Cheapest Manure in Market. ' Demand More than Doubled Each Succeding Tear. . Local Agents Throughout the State. - J. B. COFFIELI ), Agent. feb. 1341m. TARBOBO, N". C. - J FERTILIZERS! tff "" ftVs A fv f 01 BONE wUmm k Uf PURE MAHSDAMCiP S GRQUNO WE INVITE the attention of the Farmers of Edgecombe County to our stock of standard FERTILIZERS, which we offer at the lowest cih prtCPS. All fertilisers Mid by us can a a wa ... ... represented to be. Peruvian Guano agents of the Peruvian Government, traAfirA ti.tl.. n :L- ...; i fciivi vui v uai vio a u u uu l lae. tu KGtbiuK .imial ttit!nn ia th fat ihst a sale of - I tlTI BTs -n v iianns Kaw if one uper fiiosnaie THE GREAT COTTON FERTILIZER. Tilting sold this well-known ferilizer for SEVES SUCCESSIVE TEARS tn anm nf the rnnat etit-rmslul farmers have testimonial- from a I over the State, but we do not d-em it necessary io publish them here. We, howevr, give the names of parties to whom we lute sold, and respectfully refer to them. The cash prtea is 855 at Norfolk. A limited quantity will be sold on time to satisfactory parlies, price payable November 1st, $60 without interest. HYMANS & DANCY, NORFOLK. Va- SalM ia Warren county. If. C II B ITunter SrHB Hunter Jr John S Cheek Col W S Davis Jaime R Carrol Dr It S F Peele R F KobbiU George R Lledge Robert F Rose Fitts & Plummer R A Davis Thomas B Wat-oo I. N Watson John H Kullock Austio Plummer James S Walker J H Majfieid Geerge Hundley & Rrothe M J Jones W H Cheek John C Pritehard. EdceeeBbe COlluty. Erastos Cheny Thomas Norfleet R H Guthrie Ger i Id a- Garrett Jos S Statoo John M Perry Dancy Phillips & Co John S Daocy Willis Bradley H C Bourne J J Batts Lawrence Bradley Josh Killeorew r I Hymao A B Nobles R Mayo Weathersbee & Brother Thomas Fly Ja K Har per W T Gorbam Mrs Sally Moore Mrs 8 F Jenkins J H L Bt Gov 11 1 Clarke Dawson Taylor L Lawrence B P Jenkins. MarttO COnnty. Dr L E Coke Dr W W Watt Sol Turner JAB Coop er S A Long Authur Staton Archer Siatoo Newburn Whitehorst J W Sher rod & Brother J T Waldo Mrs Ellen Stone J W Howell J C Purvis J J Long S R Harrell H Brown T T Council A J Purvis W R Hyman H Brown & Co J O A Parker T J Baker K L Harrell A Whichard W B Couoeil Mrs Jane Burnett Howell Cherry John M Council R H Salsbury F A Boyle W A lip J L Bell C Stephens H Hyman Aboer Brown A W Salebnry J Outer bridge John T Johnson N S Hyman Jas A Medford Josiah Council John Best H L Sherrod Arthur Barden J L Ewell Howell & Weathersbee II 1 Salsbury. Bertie COMty Dunstan A Brother James Drew E M Mardre J R DuerJ A M Craig James Bond Moses Gilliam Dr Frank Gilliam T R Askem J ( M;..h.u tt Uni Mr. S f!. tim F fi Miller William Roscoe Georee Gray Gray J H Mitchell A Jenkios C B Cooper J W Cooper H Pritehard & Broth er K L Botler J H Ward W H Pritehard W G Burden W TGaskios H T.vl- Mr. P V. Mitchell Craisr & Gilliam W H Bunch L B Sutton Gilliam & Brother D C Outlaw P H Winston W L A-kcw Ponton Pritehard Tbomw Gilliam W A Mebane James B Gray Williamson Bond R E Carter Joseph d Nichols Mrs Sarah Latellier J T Bond W Taddock W W Mitchell William Walton J D Clark. PerqniaaaS WHltyUr David Cox C W Wood J W Albertson Daugb trey & McMullen N Newby George D Newby James GaUin E Stokes B Has kins C W Small J L Skinner Dr George H Coke N W Tucker Josh Skicner. Northanpton COMty.-Grant Spivey & Co John Copeland J C Fleet wood E S Elliott 8 A Norfleet Jas J Delcatch J W Copeland F S iaisen A Capehsart B D Stancill J II Vinson J D Boone K R Madrey George B Barnes Thomas F Eason. Halifax COaBty John T Lawrence T H Peters Mrs 8 F Thigpe Hyman D Edmonson T Davenport W J Higgi W T VaughanJW G W T Whitehead J White Bell. Hertford COantyr-G H Mitchell A J Northcott James Northcott J Reynold? William Boone W T Brown H T W.ter Moses Sumor T Hog eard A B Adkins J W Mitehel' T J Vann W P Jenkins W C Jenkins Mill Sumner A J HoUomaa J L Andrews J E Bfst Genio Spiers J J Horton M L Taylor J W DiWey A Beverley. King Parker John Harrel James b Everett Joseph Newsom WaskiBfftOM COVltJ r-T G Tarkinton T J Norman James Normaa E H Hopkins B F Norman H A A Alexander. o Wayne COBlty. T A Granger Day Green J R Hatch Dr J R Thomp son H G Sherrod W T Dorteh J T H Murphey, Dr John Harvey Joseph A Scott 8 H nock P H Lasser E W Adams D H Bridgers E W Hood & Lrt J T Pike DE Stevens J G Ayeock W N Barnes F G Beeton D Copeland J Hooks Z P Davis Jesse Hooks J T T Ayeoek Green Copeland WasbiogtoD Hooks Jesse Minshaw John Overman B B 8auls J A Davis Bennet Hsok Jo Aarnea Re-net Pope E J Overman F M Ayeock Lary Newiom Bundeu Peacock E & W H Smith Wm Hooks Jacob Aycobk Silas Pike L Dickenson R B Peel W Barnes Uriah Hollowood Franklin connty.W K DavU R A Speed Joknson COnnty-A J Tnrlinpton A B Vinson K B Whitley SABA WtodahV and a great many eihevs in Virginia and Narth CeroKn -FERTILIZER! WILMINGTON, lbs. - - Cash lbs. PATABIE Nov. 1, 1873 considered, make it FERTILIZERS' No. 1 Peruvian Guano, Guanape Peruvian. Soluble Pacific Guano. Whanns Super Phosphate, Pure Flour of Bones. Fresh Ground Plaster. Agricultural Salt. a 1 aval. be reltea upon as neing wnai mej are sold by us is bought, directly from the and is no case from any other person, a annrinue. article from lis. We Call ra thi Manufacturers' agents for the K ' . . . . - - - - te BTwI- . I 1 in this htate attesting, its value. Ui en J. n Tt' rimmar