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j tnai Wiiii. 1. To ICAed the expenses ot his
! patroti?, arrangemetitii will be perfected for
! Kscii-.-.on '1'iaii.s af Iialf Rates .n e;iy
liu" ( Kuilwey. ilvtai'd tickets willbeon
4 ai-o. ,io9Vi'fii.. nXx!"! to any p-unt af Kx
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s,-i. 'it &! the Ki'it", ii"4;; cordially invitud
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FRIDAY,
OCT. 30. 1874
LULLABY.
Baby, what do the blossoms say
Down in t e garden walk?
They nod and they bow in the twilight gray:
Pray, can yon hear them talk 1
They say : " 0 darling buby bright,
We are going to sleep : gaod niibt I gco 1
night !
For the lullaby breezes have come to sing
How God takes care of every tliir.g."
Sleep ! Sleep !
Baby, what does the robin say 1
Do you hear his evening song t
He sits and sings bis nunsrt lay
With a heart all blithe and strong.
Sings : ,; Good night, my baby dear,
Sleep soft, sleep well, and not fear ;
For somehow I know as I eit and Bing,
That God takes care of everything."
Sleep ! sle?p !
Baby, what does the cricket say 1
Ita you hear his measured voice 7
He says : " The tun has gone away,
And I've come out to rejoice;
For the cold dew fails upon the grass,
And the fireflies whisper as they pass,
' Cricket, cricket, come out and sing,
ilow God takes care of everything.' "
Baby, what are your mother's words,
As you nestle upon her breast?
She says: "Come hither, mv sweetest of
birds,
For you must seek your nest.
The flowers and the robius hnva gone to
sleep,
The crickets and glow-worms their watches
keep :
And your mother will sit by your cradle and
Sieep ! sleej
Love and let love.
'Oars at home The baby.
To secure a result, look it up
'As fleeting as watering-place
Packing a trunk is an inborn tal
ent.
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M.in ii tni?;.
raysttry.
r, :ut vvo:n.;rl ia a
Go m! place for
much aiitkin:
mr Spring?.
A sailor knows tbere s a man in
the moon because he's been to sea
Bashfulness is often like the
ptatir-rr on t-pooti44) when it wears
off it shows the brass.
We send to our butcher for sweet
bread, and it we want a sweetmeat
we send to our baker.
A philosopher has discovered that
men don t object to be overrated
exc:pt by assessor?.
Those engaged in the
flouring
mill business do not make good
politician?. They are too apt to
A virvmHii was asked whether
u i l i" i i i
hc hj ch4irg,l by the judge.
4VeU, sai l lie, 'the littlo fc-1-'
low thttt sits up in the pulpit and
stares at t;ie crowd gave us a lec-
turc, but 1 don't know whether he
ehargos anything or not."
T.nil: who taltA mi rturtionlar
take no
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IneUaUrt ln lOOKing giass are
easily recognized by the fact of
tlnir wearing a gauze veil over
r i i
v,u"'r 1 lCCS tven m the hottest sum-
tner d.iv.
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iniir-s, and thinvin' out
i.!.i;U'uiis about divorcv.
lI w;,r;t to know," sa d a credi
tor, riercc-lv, "when vou are poiug
to joy in" what you owe me?'' ' I
yu' u up," replied the debtor, ":ik
rue f.ottiCthin: ea-v."
uvig ncTi wore out
- nights sir:ce. T'v.ey
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i "..-inter his dnnghter in the differcut
i an i;ua go, o sir, replied M I ! on'
o:t;- tonjU4? is suflieicr.t for a v.o-
ft.o Eiiiivjar Franei-s Joseph of
islri t has cotiferrd tl;e Order of
Iron Crown i-pcn the three ofE
:s vho took part in tho recent
C-i
ox
tn
ttie Arijiio reirioi!.
ittid the
Silver Cross of merit upon
!l i
lie
iiicrs oolor)"in; to th
le ex
pedition.
A man v-f-it into the
post-office
at Springfield, Ohio,
and asked,
'Js there a, letter
here
for Mike
uvw : -jo, an
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f in K.l t,
C5 .vjjiiu-. tiiC
chtiC, "tnere jsn t
anybody's cow."
a letter here for
The
says :
!STcw Orleans Republican
The Gallant secretary of a
life insurance
e company, beinc in
comm
nd of a platoon durin? the
late unpleasantness, struck up the
gun of one of his men about to fire
on a stuff officer with the exclama'.
tion, "Diiii t shoot at him
), we ve
got i policy on him !"
A one legged soldier, a Mormon,
recently asked Brigliam Young to
supply, by a miracle, the missing
limb; but the apostle, not to be
caught, made this reply : "I can
in an instant produce a new leg in
phice of the old one, but then if I
do it will cauue great inconrenienca
to you in Heaven. After your
exaltation to glory the orignal leg
will come back to the spiritual body;
mine also, being of divine orgin,
becomes immortal, and in this case
.observe how very awkward a three
lagged angel from Utah would ap
pear among the inhabitants of the
eternal world !"
-
PprSMPLE Agents.
Ladies'
I IIL.I.
Combination Needle-book, wi'.h
Chromoa. tend stamp Dhan & Co., New
Bedford, Mass. 4w
WORKING rKUrJLK Ma'e or iemale,
Employment at home, $30 per week
Warranted, no capital required. Particulars
and valuable samples sent free. Address with
6 cent return stamp, C. ROSS, Williamsburg,
N. Y. 4W.
subscription mntosgsgti-
lnstrated. Great Inducements to Agents.
For terms and circulars, address, MEW
WORLD PUBLISHING CO., Philad'a. 4w
W Ork At noalu, mae or f"-"niale ; $35 per
fnn oil W('e'K ''y or evening. No Capital.
IO! ull We send valuable package of goods
by mall free. Adiress with six cent return
stamp, M. Yocng, 173 Greenwich 8t., N. Y.
WAXTED-AffentSATticlethSa
92.00 worth of samples given away to those
who will become agents. J. BKIDE A, CO ,
767 Broadway, N. Y. 4w
Agents Wauted! Diploma Awarded
rorHor,ijAisnifTnui 11 nimve
KEW 1 IVlUltlilU M31UUMJU
12,000 ILLUSTR ATION'S. Address for cir
culars A. J. HOLM A N & CO., 930 ARCH St.,
fnila. 4w
For
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Use
WELLS' CAB1IUL1C TABLETS,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Driijjeistf. 4w
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FREE !
"V7"E want a representative in every nelirU-
T borhood to take orders and deliver
goods for our 0 RE AT C. O. I). SALE of Sta
ple tainily Uoods. I lie most popular and
best money-makinf; bu.slnefs in America, for
young, old, nmle or female, at home or tray
eling. Largo cash prolits, a complete outfit,
samples of goods, lists, circulars, etc., SENT
KkE to any address. Address
ALDEN, HALL & CO.
4w. C N. Howard St., Baltimore, Md.
WATERS' KEW SCALE PIAXOS,
ui(Uiiuu ttiiu viuiuut made. The
touch elantic, the tone -powerful, pure and
even through the entire m-aIo, vet mellow and
sweet.
Waters' Concerto Organs
cannot be excelled in toi;e or beauty ; they
defy con:pctliion. The Concerto Stop Is a
line Tm tjlin'! of the Ifunian Voi.-c.
Wtirrantf d :u'4 Ii vi-ri. l'KiC;'.S KX
1 -iEMKLY i.i.iW .r Ij or ; :.; t . aud
.t.allC ill In ):.'h!.- JJ iyiin'4! t. Sef '! 1 !i;i:n!
ju-truia 4iU :l yrcit ! AfiF.NT.-'
- '. NTEU. A liberal di-eoiuil m T'-iuliers,
Ministers, trhureher, bt'liuuie. Lo-lgi, eic.
lliuirated Ciitalopies, mailed.
HORACE W AT k.KS a- yjN,
4v 4S1 Broadway, N. Y. P. O. liox. G567.
33 AT iTIMOrtB
EYE AXi) EAR USHTUTE.
Jl'LIAX J. IIIISOLTO, VI. D
Profeuor of Eye and Ear Dist cites in the Uni
versity of Aid.,
Scrgeon in Charge.
This institution, established in one of the
largest and tinest dwellings in the city of
imuiuiure, is morougoiy or-janizea ana nttea
up with every convenience for the exclusive
treatment of persons suffering from Eye and
Ear Diseases.
Each patient has a chamber to himself, and
receives every attention from skilled nurses.
Tho Surgeon with his family resides in the
Institute, a very great convenience to the
sick, especially thoseoperated upon, who can
be vi.-ited at ail times and at a moments notice.
BS? Thosi desiring information will apply
by letter to JULIAN J. CQlsOLM, M. D.
4w 55 Frankliu 8t., Baltimore, Md.
The MASON & HAMLIN
ORGAN OO..
winner of TilKEE HIGHEST MEDALS
and DIPLOMA ot Honor, at Vienna. '73 and
Paris, 'ti7, now otfer lh- Finest Assortnint
nfihi. UttfcT OAU1NET ORGANS in the
world, iiK ludin4,; new styles with recent im
provement, n.;l only exclusive for cash, ns
formerly, t,ut also on NEW FLANS OF EASY
PAYMENTS, the most fovorable ever offer
ed. Organs Rented with Privilege of iur-cliant-,
to almost any part of the country.
Firm pavmeut $9 90 or upwards. Illustrated
Catalogues and Circnlars, with full particu
lars, teut free on request. Address
MASON v HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
iw Bvisiou, New York or Chicago.
mTPOJEHESTS
IMPOSSIBLE
$20-
Wi.l 1 uv
K.r
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ie Prem'um Bond of
Y. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION CO.
I
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2d Premium Brawiii
DEC. 7, 1874.
JAN. 4. 1875
31 Series Drawin-r,
L KK1 HON ! w ill be Redeemed with a Pre-
i'i:uiii, as .m iquivuicnt for Interest.
CAPITAL PREMIUM, $2 00,000.
Addre-s, for bands lied lull :nlormation.
MOftCE.iTHAU, BRUNO 4. CO.;
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i4-;i-. .j;.'V ( xt rtiwii n
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as lo .
.. tn ni the -'lie. rei4
"aintry, but i! i.5 u
iri:ciiy 011 the fiver
: ej t iSii- cmic
r ii ;let 11.
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iL '-ea 11l.il c the Rowel.o.QuieU "Ii;-.: nerve?,
'U.i glvi sued a li..-a;tiiy tone to the wiicie
sy-t-.m :is to soon Make' the invali 1 f.-e! lilvea
new iier.-.
llr. oprr.i-iou is not violeut, but is eharae-teii;u-d
by ,;!, .( u, , . l0 j. cx.
perieii. ee 1:0 ndden eUaiis;, no 111, irked re
l', but :rr:id:ta4ly his troubles
" Fold tlu-ir tent-, like the Arabs,
Alirl silently tici! awa.''
I'hls i no new and untried discovery, Uut
lias ii.-eu Ion; 1,-1-d vvi-.'i woudt l Tnl remed; U
esults, and is pr.iii,) ;:;eed by the highest
niedieai :m:ho! i ies, -Hie ino.t powerful
ionic aud ulteraiive kiiOvMi."'
Ak you- dniffirist f .m- io. For tf le by
V.'Ai. 1". KIDDER A CO., -t-vv 1'oik." 4w.
FURNITURE.
3'JY YOUR FUiTiflTURE DIEECT
Fi'.OM
The 11 aiiufacturer
And Cava 25 Per Cent.
Walnut Tarlor Suits, Reps or Hair
Cloth, containing peven pieces f50 00
Walnut Bedroom Suits, Marbles tops,
contaiiiiie: ten pieces-.-.- 59 00
Beautiful Paiiitcd Cottage Snlts, Com- -
P'te -19 00
ALSO, A MAGN FICENT VARIETY OF
HIGH COST WORK.
1 nil a i"o.me and Price of all my Stock
et-. by M :il. free on rjulleatlon ww
I
y y S3?- s i
one
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Cotton, Lumber, Rosin,
rroauce.
TIERXAX WATTOX & CO.,
9T NORTH LOMBARD STM
Baltimore.
Bend for PRICE CURRENT.
4w Refer to BANK OF COMMERCE.
FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
Montpelier Female Hu
mane Association,
AT ALEXANDRIA, AA.
NOVEMBER 23rd, 1874.
LIST OF GIFTS.
1 C rand Cash Gift 100,000
1 Grand Cash Gift 50,000
1 Grand Cash Uift 25 000
10 Cash Gifts, $10,000 each 100000
15 Cash Gifts, 5,000 esch 75,000
50 Cash Gifts.
1,000 each 50,000
500 each 50.000
100 each 100,000
50 each 50,000
100 Cash Gifts,
1,000 Cash Gifts,
1,000 Cash Gift.
20,000 Cash Gilts.
20 each 400,000
552,178 Cash Gifts, amaunting to $1,000,000
Number of Tickets, 100,000.
PRICE OF TICKET8.
wnoie iickets .I20.C0
Halves. 10.00
Quarters 5.00
Eighths or each Coupon a 50
5, Tickets for 100.00
The Montpelier Female Humane Associa
tion, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia
and the Circuit Court or Orange Co., propos
es by a Grand Gilt Concert to establish and
endow a " Home for the Old, Infirm, and
Destitute Ladies of Virginia," at Montpelier,
the former residence of President James
Madison.
Governor's Office, Richmond,Jnly S, 1874.
It f'Uords me pleasure to say that I am well
acquainted with a large majority ot the offi
cers ol the Montpelier Pemile Humane As
sociation, who reside in the riclnity of my
home, and I attest their intelligence and their
worth and high reputation as gentlemen, as
well as ihe pubic confidence, influence and
sn stantial means liberally representedamong
ihem. JAMES L. K.EMPEK, Gov. Va.
Alexandria, Va., July 8, 1874. I
commend them as geets of honor and integ
rity, and fully entitled to the confidence of
the public
It. VV. UtTGKES, U. S. Judge East'n Dist. Va.
Further references by permission : His
Excellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex Governor
of Va , Hon. Robt. E. Withers, Lieut.-Gov. 01
Va., and U. S. Senator elect ; Senators and
and Members ot Congress from Va.
Remittances for tickets may be made by
express prepniti. port-office money-order on
hiiigtoii, 1) C , or b reuisteied li tter.
For full p.i; i.-u ai-s, testimonials, &c , send
for circular. Adit e.-!-,
Hon. JAMES BARBOUR,
Pies't M. F H. A. Aiexaiichia, Va.
Reliable ;.gents wanted every wheie. 4v
Edgecombe County, jVortli
Carolina.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Jesse L. Flcmming, Sally Ann
Braddy, Wm. R. "Walston and
Leonora his wife, Wm. R. Ow
ens and George Ella his wife,
Robt, Walston and Mary Ann
his wife, and F. D. M. Flem-
ming, an infant by her Guard- Summons
lan xneopnuius AtKlnson,
Plaintifis,
again t
Henry C. 8kianer, Willis Skin
ner and Cary W. Fitzgerald
nd his wife Sarah C. Fitzger
ald, Defendenls. j
State of North Carolina,
To the Shtriff of Edgtcombe County
TOXJ are hereby commanded to summons
X Henry C. 8kinner, Willis Skinner and
Cary W. Fitzgerald and his wtfe Sarah E.
tilzgerald, the defendanU above named, if
they be found within your county, to appear
at me omce 01 me Cleric 01 the Superior
Court for the county of Edgecombe within
thirty dnys after the service of this summons
on them, exclusive of the day of such sei vice.
and answer the complaint o petition of
piainuu tor partition bv sale " '
of iwutu, wuicu was deposited in the of
fice of the Clerk of the Superior Court for
aid county on the 21st day of September,
1874, and let them take notice that if they fall
to answer the said petition within that time,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded on the petition.
Herein fail not and of this snmmons make
dne return.
Given under my hand and seal of said Court,
this 21st day of September, 1S74.
JNO NORFLEET,
Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe Co.
Fred. Philips, Attorney for Plaintifl.
Sept. 25. 6w
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The at'ction oflpiantcrs and othei s is aga;.n
c'led io the above old and reliable nr.ikc of
Cotton Gin. Tne.v are furnished this year
ri ally inii-rovfrt, and nothing whieh au ex-le-
ii-.K-e ;l thirty years in their manu
factr.i i- could i;iae-t. ha lieen left undone to
'li ke :)'-m tt.e niosr r. liable and peifett fOt
ton (iia i:i liia. ket. As the re-ult of out
rt-, v.: tievl or.'v rrf."4 n tl:efr mmIi ,11....:
:iee; or.'v rr!."4 i
. Il'.i vi.I:.--4,.r.',"i
..- 1 :.
lit ll'.mrditir. md
";MM;"!arity. For
, Sireuih, Dnra
::::ntiiy and qua!-
:i:4i.i;
l.sil4 r.
" '" '.ni i f'OBWi, w-e e.iai i-.'ii-ue competi
ii').'. VV. ,.,: prepared to uarrnnt t any
reuson-d''- ,4-t-i! j., ;;' t s-iiin-tciioa to tverv
pl.i-i'.--r :i op'-rator. Th;-s Gins are S'Od :'
ll n lowest ni.i!lc prieea for jrood Riaehines,
and o:i riM?on:i'n!e terias We invite cxjiitj.
inatioi. of tho samjiles in the bands of our
local agents who will uive all desired inlor
mation and lurimh applicants with circulars
and copies of commendatory letters from
parties nsiji the Gins in ail sections of the
cotton plar.tiuir countri'. Circulars, Price
Lists, ;nd other information, may be obtained
of" our re'enu or bv addreiu!'
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
New London, Conn.
rEvr.Bit & Jenkins, Agents, Tarboro, N. C.
May bib, 1874 ly.
BLACKSMTflllVG !
To the Citizens of Edge
combe and adjacent
Country.
THE undersigned respectfully announces
that he has again opened business of a
General Blacksmith,
on Church 8treet, near Mr. Dozler's Store.
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK.
Particular care paid to
Horse-Shoeing
Also the manufacturing and repairing a
kinds of agricultural aud general BLACK.
SMITH WORK.
An experience of over TWENTY TEaRS
in Edgecombe is sufficient testimony to my
capability. I respectfully return thanks for
the various manifestations of kindness here
tofore received and hope to continue to de
serve them.
Nov. 8-tf. I. B. PALAMOUNTAIN.
Bank of New Hanover,
Wilmington, IV. C
Capital & Surplus, $350,000
BRANCH AT TARBORO', N. C.
M. WEDDELL, Pres't. J. D. CUMJUHG, CsaVr
Directors :
Matthew Weddell, John S. Dancy.
Fred. Philips, johrl Norfleet,
W. O. Lewis, Elisha Cromwell.
This Ba-ik tranacts a general banking bus
iness. Colb cts ln anv j;art of the Uni t!
States. Buvs and sells Gold, Silver.
change, Old Bank Notes and Stocks
Feb. 3J, 1874. ly
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CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
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SUFFER WITH PAIS'.
KADWAY'S P.E.VDT RELIEF 18
A CURE Fori
EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and la
Tlo Only Pain Remedv
that Instantly tnp th mot excruciating pn;ns. ''..
Inrtammatinn. Hnd curea Conaestions. whether ,,; ,'?
Lniiua. stomach. Bowels, or other glands or organ, I t
one application. L
IS FROM ONE Tf TWEXTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the nin .i.
RHEUMATIC Red.rid.len, Inflnii. Cri,,p)ed KA-, ,
Neuralgic, or prusirated with disease may suffer, '
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILT, AFFORD INSTANT EASE
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMATliNFoV?,TsTnEBLAD
SOUE THROAT, DIFFIAI4
PALIMTATIDS OF THF nritm
HYSTERICS, CRDUP, DIPTHERIA UEART-
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The application ot t;lc Heady Ketlefto the ptm rr
parts where the pun or uifflcuity exists willaffoM eu
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HE RTBURV, SIlv HK.ADACHr i.UKRl OF ,
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Tnivet.rs should ilim arry n bottte of Knd.
nny'. Ready Krll,-r ,..,. x few ,Ir,
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rcv'Eit ASJ AOI'E erred for flfty cnN Th ro u
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TH2 GREAT PLOOD PJSFtER.
ha mwt. the y.n r ATov!n":;."j enres- po
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HODY CNDERUOKS, UN DEP. Til K INKIjI KN e
OF THIS TRJLV WOSI'LRFUL MEDICINE
THAT
Eery Day n Mm is Flssli
aai Weill is Seen and Felt.
Evorv tlron t!ie S VI
VENT ciu.muiik-fi:- ihroug
atauu ri.'.:; ur.sor.
y.i 1'btiu', S-.veaf. Urine.
ana oilier i luianiu-' mi,.;-,
- '!:; rite viuur o(
: ' 'y v.-i'h new and
m:-; ! 'n sumption.
l -i Moutb. Tu-
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' -1 the Kar. ant
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Sores, soal'i MeaJ. Kin uriii.in i; i uwj. K.-aijiu!a.
Acne, lilac k rijjota, Wornw in Hit! Fit M. 1 umora. Ctt.
cersi In thn Vomb, and all weakeniinj una j. ;,infui i
chargeg, Night Sweats. Isor' sperm J.t1 uU v.-aef
the lite iru. iple. arc within tlit curative aiv-ot tlr-s
wonder of Modern CheniLtry, and a ii:w days' aw -.
Srove lo tiny person using it iw either t-f tht? tornu
isease ii? iiDient power to cure them.
If the piiciit, daily becoming rcd?i"c1 by tbP watt
and decnincition that is continually .r4ri:Vfc.-Mn;. m:.'
ceeds in a.rcstin' these wastes, and rp.ni-! The .v.
with tiow 'nrttrriji! mad2 f rii:i htalthv Mot ti and ih -tha
S A RS A T A, RI IAj I A S w;H and a.os sol- a vw
i4 certain; fur wiim ncc ihis ivinot.'y ootnmmceH ii'
work nf puriilcRti'in, and pncccetlsin diinini-riin-j Un.
loss of Wiites. its repairs will bo rjuj. and every !;.'
the patient wlllfetl himseltVmwine be iter red stronger,
the i'Kd diesiing hotter, appetiie improving, aud UW
and weight incrcosin?.
Not only doe3 iheTsjn.sAPARiLi.iAH Resolvent eitc:
all known remedial agentainthocureof ChrouicKru
fulous. Constitutional, and Stiu diseases; tmt it U h -ouly
positive cure for
Kidney Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womh dtseaoen. Grnrel, Diabotea Drorwy.
Stoppawe of Water, Incontinence ot Urine. Ku'Ut I iin
ease. Albuminuria, and in all c:-sea where thert r!
brick-dustdt'Fosib-. or the water i.s thick, cloudy, mixed
with substances liko the white of aneirg, or thread liUo
white silk, or there is a mor hid. dark, bilkma appear
ance, and white boue-du-it deposits, and when thrre
a pricking, burninR sensation when passing water, :uid
pain ln the Small of the liack and along the Louis.
Tumor of 12 Yea rs 7 Gro wth
Cured by JZadway's Resolvent.
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perfectly iastelcss, elegantly coated wl.h swee ?utn.
puree, regulate, purify, cleanse anl atrenfrtber. Rad
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Liver. Bowela, Kldueya, Biadder. Nerrous Diwasea,
Headache. Coiutipation, CnativeuefS, lnd!cetlwl, Dya-
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Vegetable, coiuaiuiug uo mercury, luinoralaorcleleterl
ousdruga. A few doe of RADWAY'S PILLS wUl fen the uv.
tern from all the above nat:ieil disorder. Trice, 25 cents
per Box. SOLD BY DKUOH1STS.
READ "KALW. AND TR11C.4' Rend one letter
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KEARNEY'S
FLUID EXTRACT
ll
The only known remedy for
BRIGHT'S DISEASE,
A:td a positive remedy lur ,
GOUT. GRAVEL. STRICTURES. DIABE
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DEBILITY, DROPSY,
Non-rtpnUon or Incontinence of Urine, Ir
ritation. I'lfl iraation or Ulceration of the
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
SPERMATORRHOEA,
Leuwrilio'a o:- WliiJos, I)isenxe i"f 1 lio Pros
trate Gland, Sttnie in liie Ba;ior,
Colculus Gravel or Urickdnst Deposit Si. 'I
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KEARNEY'S
EXTRACT BUCHU
Permanently Ceres all Diseases of the '
BLADDER, KIDNKYfl. AND DROPSICAL
SWELLINGS,
Existing in Men, Women ant! Children,
IW NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE.
Prof. Sleele says : - One bolt la of Ker
iey's Fuid Extract Buchu is worth more
han all other Buchus coinbir.ed."
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six Bot
'.!os for Five Dollars.
Depot, 104 Duane St., New York
A Physician in attendance te answer cor
respondence and give advice cratis.
Z& Send Siamp for Pamphlet, free."3
TO THE
Nervous and Debilitated
OF BOTH SEXES.
JVb Charge for Advice and Consultation.
Dk. J. B. Dyott, Graduate of Jefferson
Medical College, Philadelphia, author of
eveial valuable works, can be consulted on
ll diseases of the Sexual or Urinary Or-i-ir.s,
(which he has made an especial
uudy) either iu male or female, r.o matter
.rom what cause originating or of how long
landing. A practice of 8U years enables
iirn to treat diseases with success. Cures
iiiiiranteed. Charges reasonable Those
tt a distance can forward lettes describing
vmptouis and enclosing stamp to prepav
postage.
Send for the Guide to Health. Price 10c.
J. B. DYOTT, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. W4 Dnane St., X. Y.
LOST.
A NOTE of date ot Feb a:i:d, 1874, Tor the
A. Mini of 421 07, diawu iu favor of J. VV.
i. House and signed by James WbiteliurM,
tas bren lost. All persons are warned not to
ade for the nbove note, and tho drawer is
)uii lied not to pay the sau.e.
J. V. J. HOUSE.
Sept. lio. lm
STORE TO LET.
rHE STORE rdjohiitiir th.tt .f Mr. J. II.
Bell, now occupied by Mus.-rs. H. Mor
Is Bro
For particular?, apply to
GEO. HOWARD.
Jan. 16, 1874. tf
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