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TOM. T. MITCIIEJJi Klitor.
GEO. S. UAKEIl Mancger.
All letters addressed to
7 , JJaker & JitcheH.
' Friday,. February. 2, 187,3.
Qoueral (irantN Tom
jpJirojg-ls tli &outli.
It is stated on good authority, that
Frcdent Grant intends talking a trip
through the Southern States. Wej
wonder what for I la it to see if , the
work that his party began has been
carried out to tbo letter by his carpet
bag friends and supporters? If so he
bag friends and supporters? If so he
will not have any reason to complain,
but ranch to commend in the ruin they
havo wrought in our financial affairs,
and the ' cornmtton thev have town
. i - . , ,
I broadcast through evety department
xxt ' . . .
1 1 ' -vt e trusi - mat such " is
not the case, and. that his. burning may
.inaugurate a better, state ) ofj- things,
and bo the Pawning of brighter days.
As e military man tlie fcjouth was un
der some obligation' V Gen. Grant for
the magnamiuiity he exhibitor! oi more
occasions that one, bnt as a rosi'dent
lie lias no claim upon our. regard, and
less on our gratitude. He has never
-cn the President of the whole people ;
but oily of a party, in whose interest
ho has used his office at times, to
screen their lnifuitics, and jit others'
to commend their encroachments upon
.civil liberty.. All this that wc have
said wc bclieva tobe true, yet to the
high office that he fills we as American
citizens owe a great deal, and in the
.trip that ho contemplates making, wc
. trust out citiians irrespective of party
or creed will shoiv him very civility
u their power. 'e believe they will
$ or when was there ever a blemish on
' Southern hospitality?
-I " "
The roads are impnsdible, is the uni
versal pry that reaches us from . every
portion of the county and may arc
the suggestiqns made as to the mode
of working thorn o tliat they may not
get in their present condition, A
good road from thi place, jo frapklin?
ton, is very much needed, and might
bo made, without any very great, ex
pense. "We believe that our Mcrcilant,
could well afford to imnrbvc it at their
own expense rather than let it become
k every winter as it is now. The differ.
' nce thai it would make in their freight
bills wcjujd alone 1 most effqet tit 2 dq
sired improvements, A Kortd Steadi
er is iuapractible-a Railroad "would
not pay a Plank road would be worth-
Ions, ho the thiug narrow itself down
: to the old turnpike. This i what we
oe(,ll. and our peoplo should take steps
t0 build one. ' Ve feel the necessity
; for enc.now, that the best teams are
! only able to carry half loads ; but un
fortunately Jike the man whose topless
house was as dry as pnybody's in dry
Veather, we "forget" all about the holes
and mud as tho roal becomes hard
and level under tho ray of our Sum
mer nun. I
.A. mri iT iy .
It may bo that Congress has done
the thing " up brown," in removing
.'. disabilities of ono or two rcbs at -a
time,' and may deserve many thanks
at our hands : but, from us thev won't
get auy till the arch rebel and last of
th tribe shall havo been placd upon
an equal footing with tlie entire South.
em people.- Kyory man who voted for
JefTarson Davis in ut as guilty (if
tjutujf uv nai aa ne, ana Uongress
ahould feed us all out of . tl.o
poo:i.M aguanimity ' sboud'' lo the
waicuMoru oi every patriot, and will
uo im uio cnasm oi war snail, be forcv
cr closed, and politicaroffonccs forgot
ten in tbo restoration of cood fcelm
r. ind brotherly kindness : and then
I T v . . .. "
uavu and a bumner shall ui toeether
a tho Sonato as in halcyon days of the
f T K o Addltiqu Tji Qui
It is with pleasure that we see that
I j I . ho Senate'has passed Jho biU ffiyinc
) i l S raQk ia a VUon of Granville and
U.;t iT C 1,ave Ui litUo iouht' but tbat tbc
'Vir pKue will m a day or two concur
U ?T b ,th0 Wer ges t0
'VA f". e shall welcome most heartily
; ., I ;ur Urauv ill friends and will promiso
hem thut they shall never regret c isting
heirlot w't'i ns. The .change vill be
rcat benefit to the people of tha new
territory in various ways ehpccially in
attending court, 5e, In a political
view itj will materially aid and strength
en the rank of tbo Democracy, twhi(ih
aid we shall most gladly accept aa it
will give ns an opportunity of " brcafc
irg the ihralldom that has so lng
bound us, and f redeeming our coun
ty. However this may be, we shall
i pleased with the annexation,
; j v j For th CouinEK.
Mr. Fditoi:, : Our dace is as qui
as usual, and so likely to remain,
r tified as it is. bv an almost iinnene.
trable wall of red mud, A good time
make 'brick, only a little too niudthj.
n i rr m i '
Goods going off, pretty well) and so
-n . - V ,n
will our merchants in a few davs. Tho
ill our merchants in a few days. Xho
'obacco warehouse is gning np, and
will the "weed" wc hope, by" the
ime it is finished. Our fellow towns-
,r !. :L ,...,.
wan. v apt. Jj. U. Williams Avaa mar-
i e , ' . n e , , ,
"d a fevday4 ago in Oxford, and he
and- his accomplished bride are now
here. Last Saturday and Sundav was
.1 ' '
evoted to the quarterly meeting of
ie Methodist Church in this place.
-r j e T
dance consldcnrjfi; the vfeather, Short
but to the point, t :
A meeting of pracj.ial farmers, ami
others interested in Agriculture, will
be held in the Court House in . Xouis-
burg, on. Saturday, the 1st : day of
March next, for the purpose of organs
izing an Agricultural Club. All pcr
sons appreciating r the importance of
this movement,' and favoring its' ob
ject?, are invited to be present I and
iui iiu.j):uu 111 iuc ci:ort to set it on
foot. Those objects will be, the dif
fusing of practical iutelligcncc and cx-
penmcntt;! knowledge in regard t6 ag
riculture ; and the securing of prompt
and emejcnt po-opcration among those
engaged in itj, with respect to a"l mat
ters affecting their common interest.
It is hoped that there will be a good at
i. I V r 1 1 1 ,
tuuuauco 01 liucmgciit, earnest, prac
Feb., 22nd, 1873,
Foil tue Cochieh.
Deau Sin: To mv
fetion cf rotds is (sue ot
iiiiu!'. the qu
th? vfriy ti at
tho itn'A ;'0M
importance, &nd one cf
tUiugsjto. be found i:i air
the anoarent . unconciiiT.
my travels i
with wnieh ni :n view ihe matter. It our
covmtry produced nothing but a lew
mink: skins, tjh-at a walking man might
carry under lL
is arm & fday,i and put
un ler his he J
1 f. e a p'.H jw'al night
tf)e case ' wou
d be quite ditfenn. But
wer have tho J3aad3, npon thousands in 1
heavy baits of c tton, and s-i hca-vier
hogs-lua is o;:
Itail It..ad E
tcbaeco to carry to the
p ty and numerous tens
of meaU anL
fertilizers to bring back
m return, and if any people in the
world need good roads, we are that
people. 1 sfiw somewhere not lorg
Bince a comp ete set; of reasons in lavor
ot improved highways: these are for
gotten, but we have pU:i.ty of them
always at han j. -
L-.tiui take tp a fiw.'l. The size ol
the loud. Somo das sine I saw iwa
firrying a load ot loosj to
bncco to mkrkct. They had a ood
Iotkin hois., but oa account ol the
mud in the r iad the animal cquld draw
but 300 lb, 400 lbs. short of his ca
pacity, and that much lers than he
would have carried but for the draw
buck of mud,
j Now suppose the price rf hauU-.g to.
be 30 cents per huud red, the loss on
this loud would have been $ 1.20; and
this js a verjr moderate eitimate I. r u
one diy tri'pji thtn consider th u:n
btr cf teams 6f the different eVes -vhich
are unp'.oy td in tran p?rtiag burdens
to aud from the depot at least one hhlt
the drawing capacuy a dead 1 ss . If
we couhl .ascertain., the. tx ct , anv u it
of the aggrgte loss to the country in
this way, tlie question Vjouhl aotle
can wo bcaj the expense ot building a
go- d road : jbu'tj' can we Hflnrd to use
these bad roads, and tvery inte'ligin',
thicking man must say, we are too
por as a community to pay a l.s of
one d )l!ar land twenty cents p r day
from the earnings of every single horse
and wagon. It may seem paradoxical.
tut it it true.nevertluhes, that the way
lo build a rail road is to improve the
The way is this -Railroads
e built by
too Uu,e ;J
toad, thtre L Oot ,
energy - but wheie there U
m ;ke a good din
s cot enough to nidke a
2, The- njury , u.taincd by teams
and vehicles in the ue of roor roads.
J It rasy be Safely said that while there
MA loss of in half the burd n of uhich
th borse ij capable, by nason of the
dike ive road, there is a cornspr nd
Ingstruin and irjary to both hcrse and
wagon lrom the same caue: so that,
yy e may set down to every mau wno
has bnt a one horse team oa the road,
at least ten do ll&rs a year as his interest
in the; read improvmin?p, to iccrue to
bita certainly in the preservation cf his,
i property froai deterioration, j i
These art: enly two poinis. aad they
relate; to economy" altogether: may
o hers might be Earned, !ut they have
already occurred Iq the thoughtful
reader, and space is too narrow to per
mit a notice cf thim here. But I can-
aoy close- without the additional re-1
mark, that il a Jo reign cr should pass
.through cur-eecti n in starch of 'a
hf)me, he would Le apt to remcmLcr
our inhospitable loads long alttr I;e had'
jf- rgotton the Iriendly faces ot our citi-
It may seem Btrarge. but it is true
ncvirtheless, that ptjsoi.a in search ot
homes gecerallj fitd places to suit their
fancy whtre the high iwajs are in good
repair. Look and s.ej
Selling i'uF.m Own Hack. Rumor
lias it, that J.fl L ng of Mne-on, Geo. Or
mor.d of this place, and other leading
negroes have been persuading the ce
grofs to go toArkar.sa?, receiving there
for five dollars per head f r all tLey in
duce to emigrate. We s light an inter
vitw with Ormond a few days since, to
aacertam all abuut the j Western muvc
ment.for pu')Vication, aucl he promised
to answer such questions as we desired
to ask, but he failed to put in an ap
pearancc. These rumors are beginning
to assume dt.fiuke thape, and- ere long
the guiity pal'tis wil have a s'orni of
iodiinatio;i bu: st upon their heads that
they will find it hard to withstand
The promises in rcginl t-i Arkansas are
top extravagant to.be sustnincd, and
d!3ap)nintmcnt and tcff iing -wilL
doubtless be the lot of ipinj a poor ne
gro who has high "lio23 of a life of eie
' Houston Home Journal.
Retribution. Tlie following parag
raph of Mr." Frpudo'd lecture, coming
from one who is"as well acquainted wi.h
history and the lesson it titehis as an
other man, is worthy to be ponderpd Jy
all whom it may concern : ''la my
reading of history one trcmer.duus
phenomenon forever forces itetlfj upon
me, that tvery p lit:cal crime is 1 debt
fngistered in Heaven; and '.he payment
to the- vciy la t farthing, with intcrt-st
and compound intrrt s,'is hmau 1 ed to
those 'who, whrn tie bill is s-gned,
represent the peis n of the criminal-
It-S as lVt - those ( cnmhili'f.,! il...
, .... - vvtlliuib:.!! 111.
criaic'who u tiered genera!! v' for it.'bui
n thrifc who
itiiiCCtiir, and (his has Uen from the
bt-gneing -f timo one of the mysteries
df tlie providential goverLment of the
work-, ciunot precisely ujderstanc'J
:.t; but there is one kssson which we
may draw out of i'; there is one
point ia which it addresses the noblest
part of the nature of man ; there is many
a hot spirited-man who -vill do wior.g
if hethinka the risk is oa him and only
he will be held answerab'e, but he will
think more gravely of; it : under othe
c rcumstances-" i
Wc givebclow an obituary of .Mrs. Julia
Lewis, sister-in-law to the blisses
Lewis of this placet It is tak-. n from the
Telegraph and Messenger. .
In those happy days when Macon
was fbmous for its social pleasures,'the
uaniion of Dr. and Mrs. Robe it Col
lins wss the ccn'er of an elegant hospi
tality, ar.fl ia its gay salons the citizen?,
a? well as the strangers within our gatesj
del gl.ted to congregate. Amid the
glamour and glory f tl. tr ol ! n . p-H-li,
a datghter was b.rn ui than. ju;iJ
C obii s euttrcd the house and continued
in it ur-til the day cf her death a s.m
beam. D- licate in h- r orgamz ttjon,
still full of life and spirit, she firmly
gn ppled htrstlf to the affections ol the
entire tinle in which she moved. In
Lcr childhood and girlhood, the lead-
ing traits of btr character soon devtlon-
1 . . ... i -
iu in.o loviiy m nsccne (viz): se:f
denial that pes'pored her own gratifi
ratioi. to thu co mfort of otherF, and a
constant r.gard the ; happiness . ol
tl o.eshc lowd. She hesitated not to
turn &w;y liom the mldcd rai.ks nf
tashion, and from the'facinatib"' role
ot social pleasurer, to cheer a paient's
heart, rr to bind up the biui.-ed sff c
ti. ns i f a fiiind. Most happily. mar
ritd to Col.TJ. B. Lewis, -she shone
With a mild but steady radiai.ee in the
ct aracttr of a loved and worshiped
wife, and in all the relations of life
she grew and ixpanded until she filled
with a rounded symmetry the measures
f peril e: womaD a'wsy co.uiDg to,
but -never passing the iiue of a stiict
prv prie-y. This petted child of fortune,
this pampered favorite of wcridly cir
cumstinces, was an 1 umble, workinsr,
devout Chrutian. Whatever the Church
medrd. she did all she could to supp'y.
bhe gather, d up all the "arlaads the
world showi red on her. ajid hu ig tbtm
as ccionals on t Ik Cross, jpemh , loved,
highly priz d fr end ! it is a d privi
lege for one who rocked tljy ia tjiy
cradle to (bedew tLy grave with tears.
Into my sick room, the newscyOur
death came to me like a wound, and m
the agony of aa f fflicted spirit, I pi ay
in feeble cry, Oh ! God of mercies 1
break this blow, and lift the burden
from sorrowing hearts. N.
A peasant went into a large city, and
among other objects that struck his
fancy was arrested by a bankingffice,
where he saw people going out and in
without getting any goods, apparently,
as in'other shop?. He ventured to en
ter aBd as-ked the teller what was sold
there. "Asse' heads," was the sneer
ing answtr. What a bui3ntS3 you
have," replied tho rustic, "I see you
have but one letr.'
Pius IX has witnessed the death of
five hundred cardinals dming'hi pen
tlfieate of a quarter of a century.
How Much is that pie plant?" said
a dweller of a qnict district to a ven
der of the material, recently. "How
much ?" whisperei the dweller, stru
gling to catch his breath. "Sixty
centi," r peated the accommodat.in
merchant. 4 Can it be possible there is
a just heaven above us ?" murmured the
stranger. '-Yes, sir,' said the vender,
re-pectfully. Tne stranger wi'hdrtw.
Wholesale Ajtd lie tail
Druggist and Apothecary,
36 Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va.,
' Hespectfully invites the
; FARMERS & PHYSICIANS ';
Visiting the City to call and examine
hij large and complete stock of t
brugs, Paints, Oils,
Window Glass, Putty, p;ces. Per
fumery, Patent Me dicims,
Nice Soaps, Fancy
And every other article usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE !
t3- Give him a call bitoie purchase
ing elsewhere. j
Orders by mail will receive prompt
W, E. Sladjins. T. F. Rogers.
K. W. Nicholas.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Hardware and Cutlery,
GUNS, PISTOLS, c.
35 E. Side Market Square,
No. : 8 -3.U.
I have cn hand a Tenon Machine and
a ' -Spoke Lailie," with all the neces
sary rixi ures for making spokes, which
are a'm st new, and wishing to dispose
of them, will sell ( q very ressoi ab e
term?. Come aud se- .r address
j. j. mine tree
t 1 , . Louisbdrg N. C.
Kaleiah Duly News copy, 2: and
send bill to thisornj--.
Prime Ciover Seed, tor sle by
KING WHITE & SfJ.VW.
TERRELL & HARRIS'.
Center of Attraction.
rX-riilOUDINAY I XD CCE 31 S T 3 TO
0 l.bl. Irian Itat s. b 3. We.-t rn feeJ
o hhi. AloUaeea .
-0 - I)uxe3 Gutd Chce;e. Ju,t arrived,
GOOD A5-SOItTMEXT OF
DOUBLE AND SINGLE GUNS.
.'AS EXliLEtS TA-il.TrOF CON?C
ERRELL & HARRIS
Xounlv Orders at Par.
I will sell for the next sixty days for
Counry orders a: par, the following
good consisting of
Gents Ready made clothing.
Shawls, Hoods, Hooptkirts,
Bustlts, Ladies and g nu hats,
and a large lot r f other goods to be des
ignated before the trade is made.
Raw Bone1 Super Phos
phate, The Great Fertilizer.
We row rfTer, for sL the t.br.ve cx
ctllent Feriil.zer, which Las dUobihed
for itself; in ihis community, a ieputa
tion uosurpassed by any other .mann .
Our-facilities are such, that'we can
supply it in any quantity that may Le
desired, at Manufacturers price, freights
added for cTsh or on time when the
payment is satisfactory secured.
Farmers desiring to use Whana's
Phosphate, arc r quoted to hind in
their orders ts eaiiy a possible.
KING, WHITE & SHAW.
Sole Agents lor Franklin County.
No. 1G :f.
In the Superior CVurS FraLklin Co.
J. L. L:d)CHUX,
Against 1 Order f r s.rvlce
T. K. 'J horn as and ; by
George Helmuih. ) i Publication.
In the above proceeding it appeal in '
by tflidav;t, li td on bth'di o; the poT
titiumi, that the (kfet.d:nt. Geu"--Ilelmuth
is nnt a resident 01 tds Sate
and that his place i.f iceidence cannor
af:er tJue diligence be aicertaiue 1 ; und
it further appearing that the said Gerr-'e
Helmuth is a projer partv to the above
.proceeding wh.ch is, ti petition to dc
teimine tue rih:s ot tenants in com
mon cf real pr p rty, aad to m .ke p.ir
f.tien among them of the sime acct nK
ing ilieir respective rights and interesti
theiein: It is tl.crefort , ,n applir ation
of :he petitioner; Ordered, that publica
tion be made once a wick tor six, weeks,
in the Franklin Courier, a newspaper
published in the Town ot Louisgurg id
.-aid county, requiring the saidGeorge
Helmuth. dcki.-laat, to by aud aj jJur
biN re the Cl:k, f cur Si p -ri-.r Court
f-r Fra .klin C-unfy at his fR e in the
Court H us- iu t :e Town ot Loui-birsr
nforesuid. :) the 7'h day of upril 1ST3
then hi., f there to answer the petition
filed in the cau e thi-i dav. And let the
said ilelcndant lake 1 oti:e th:it if he
fill to appear and u: sw;-r uid petit i n,
the ptutumcr will -p., y to the Urt f-',r
thet'eiiel therein .e-l aint I; in
Witness li. II. litaiKiluke" v .like o:
our s;i (I Superior Cou.t.. at .c iu
IuistHir-:. tho 17th liny .i Fci.iu.'rv
A. U. 1676 , J
II. II. Tindeilke C. S. C.
- By T. C. Hurum D C. S. C.
Th o -ly Tl liable Girt Distribution in the
$1 00,000 00
I N V A L U ABLE GIFTS!
TO liE DISntlTiUrEI) I
L. D. SIN E'S
T. be draw 1 M ,n'ay. j.re-, 24th, ISt3.
ONK (ill vi CAPITAL nilZE.
1M()0 L (IGji)!
One IVizo $.".0j3 i.i SIIvcv !
Fivi- :: izr f yj 1 r
Ten print s yiuO ?
j i:ni::;r,A c i;s!
Two Fm y Omiu p. j, ,1 rr-r.
Wit i m!v r .Mo.i t 1 IX i.- w t!i l. rn
r:,.' , ,r'.,;,! I''rc iVf V!Ht!i jV(JO
::eh! Two fr -t ed .., d i ui s th
?,) i-c ! Ti n ':i:n.l ,.v jj . :! 1.,.,,..
wsnthl.) ct h ! 5 c (...;; :,n " - iivs - Lr
vor Hjintiu- v at. li v. 1!i r .:i ..--j ,
(".old '5i:oil-. -tv ;.,v.Jhv,1t. V.-.,)V,.,
h h-;;;i!u1k-i Gilt-, lu,!;xKj, i ivke s li:"n
Ued t ."( 0
Ae t.t wanted t nil Tk Lot, t; whoui
lAb ml I'reuafiniH will jwid.
Sin-le ! i ko s sx Jket- SiO- Twelve
li kejiiiij; iwcrty-live licUttliO.
nrnihr contain a full 1 oiriz'v",l
d'e. ipti-. of f e uw i rr of d awin?. ntul
o' rr i!t nn.iti 11 in refcir nitj t the lit' i
l i:t:on. n i l ! ( nt c ,u,v ,t'4 1 deling ttu ia
All It- tfM tuu-t be add to
5I::inf fr:.-. J. I). hJN i7, T,ix Ht.
1J1W, nnhSt. Cin.inaUhO.
. "J .
Merchants and Traders.
Ordircd b? the Board of County Com
mi s oncrs th-.t all persons wboe busi
ness rcqnitesthem to taVe rnt Lirense
to carry on their trade?, Profusions ami
franchises areliereby r qnind to bring
the same'regu'arly i-tced by the Sheriff
and have them Countersigned by the
Rtgiiterof Detds, according to law and
all rtrions t dlia to obtr?e this no.
ties will be prosecuted in the Saperor
Court at the approaching t rm.
Joshu Perry. Chairmin.
Tet Pro tern.
J. B Tucker Clerk.
No IT 4m, I
E ir E R Y LADY
Ix Fit.vxKLix County,
Should Have One!-
The Home ShulUe
It is :i combination of the best parts
of the: bc.-t M:ieliine without their
faults. It is fully equal to any ma
chint inui at halftbe cot. It makes
a beautiful seam, with lock stitch that
is impossible to rip.
It St-Wi, hem?, iills, brui l., tucks
and rullles It is imide iu its mechan
ism and thorough in its const ruction,
every part ol it being warranted lor
On hand.-omo walnut tahh ouIvt37.
Uei-t st vie. Hand Mnelmi.. nK- .-.
E. :W. Fuller,
Th Spring Term Iniiis lb. 23th,
and terminates July liitli.
Tuition in Literary Course jor
Term varies from to 2fj
Mu.-ic'on Piano (including uo
Iioard per mouth (exclusive of
" ii. 1 1
.. 1.:...- tii
2sO. Z-2u. 1V.M. IIOYAI-L, I'lUls' J
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
By virtue of a D.eree of the
Cour; ol Franklm Couaty, matt
cise of V. II. Spcueir A tmr.,
DukeD.c'd, tg;:i;s:Klc., I;
othe.s. I will orfer fur h.de
i l:i the
ol J. J.
auction to tbe higuist bnide
Uoutt lloSv; door 1:1 the to.Wi
burg, on -Monday the a.d, .iay
187J, ad the itiuttst tf J,
DcCca.-e 1, iu a certain tiact
ot laud ti'.Uitt d iu IIilv.
slutj in i'rat kliti C'ouu . ;
of L uis
oAt.edby lb mis K iJukt
and wtuth wm d.visei b
Taouiai K. Duke iu bis
her n At ur.il hie, with um:
. 1 . .a ...
s;uilij 10 iuj children 01 1
Duktr, one ,f whom w; t
Duke decV, hii intercut
uboui fig'itv hCttS Tt n.
Cash. 1 ne balance ou a e.
inoiiihs. li ud npttrd
terest frim day ot tx'.c.
"little returned Unlit
eh aie uiut ey is paid.
W. II. fcPEN'
tf bi I P. K.
iv ai 1 J. J.
,ber iu b. iu
s, (i-'c fourtu
tdu o. 1 wtlve
11 jf the pur-
Duke D.c a t
L uisburg 2. C. 2?tl
i. laU . IL 4 ti.
VALUABL1 ji LAND
b VJ 4 .
Cy vittue of a Dec
C.urt fi r the Couaty
in the cse ot XV. 1
o! J llicliard Swat
W. H. bAansoa a
11. r I. r a!e, at p'
highist b'rtder at t!
... .L . r- v
.e: of the Pr-ibite
ot Frhnitlio, mulj '
- Sp nci-r, Admr.,
toe Dcc'd., agaii st
id otuers. 1 will
ibli; uuMicn to tin
ie Court Hou e ilo
'ii .ue town ci Lit.
tLe o d, day of An
lni.tl ri:u-ited iu t
ing to the estate
son Dcc'd., a('j:jij
Ajccocko ami o
qisburg 00 M. nd.iy
jcb. lbTi. a tract ot
aid Couutv, b-cloi;"
cf J. Uicba'd Sri
ticg theundi of D. L.
:her.', and cja'.aiaing
Scvcbtv two (72;
credit of six n
Hotnl to" bear i;
Tit e retainel
money is paid.
as to one Unli ct
y. On the baUuce a
nthi will bi givea.
ttett from dj of idle,
ahtil all ol the purchase
1. SPErJCE? Admr.,
:baid H ai.-M D e'd.,
N. C. 1tu, Jn., 1S73.
All p- rcn,
by n te or op
with my late
Cill ai:d s-ittl
ed to me,
mt, in ciQic:ion
As sue SI
t are riquetted to
1st, dny vt March,
dly needed, aad
mot be given.
id ft eel
'ihank: Equll to anv Iloeuow
H,-V). PiicJ- One dollar
rt the bvt in
j? traw cutt
Is Corn helh
mrn from co
r, all Iron,
.' Y. S. Mallorl
rcnoc jw :nhir.jj to Lay
Or anr!lijfr ia that lias wcnU do 'h
iuikcle,fca 1 k.tp i:o 'f
aai me the Det.Iithuvi. tint ii tob-bi l
I wulAaUio tht Mr. Frruna it .t.
:Vi ni2 r J eup ir.f in p r-v. t' -t t
cUviutt'cr ti.ea ItociES, v L:c a tT l
nc?nt u?3;rcTtuitti a,t .fUutCvU u
Lo ec trtLl tJ bt- c::irii4isrd 1;, pj ."
coart-ai p..ce, uutaUUit q J mji.. ii, J
bo j.l.4 u: c to Lv t: vl i Livlc Tr.i i.
1 u 1 and if j nmuK vvuutif iu cli a
1 ci i) x cLtttiu i lira tLe ytxb is : iu
uiea :ku Lv w. .k. i.,r -ic, ai.i
now ou ; ofaiv.i.iA.-nnit, ia rw4 mi
ktcci l tir cd tuc iii.t:.fu.ut uu ,
n;y .-rS !d pxi'. nt
j V. t?. 1IAKP, Ilalcih X. C.
Nat L. Brown,
P .''oli. Gun?, Uowie Knlre?, Dir'si
Conkcticnarics, Canned Goods
N'. 10 FATirrrtTiLL St.- lULt , N. c.
No C Giac
Proveil l;it m-:i-oii ihii.;1 to any
other lYrtilivr w'tertvr tri-d.
! an 1 it will ! ki j t up to its pr-vtit
! STAXDAi:i. t.iw it a trial. T. r
aloat MANLFACTL'i:i;.S l'lilCKS
W, S. Mallory.
Frankli:ito:i N. C.
W II I TE L 0 0 K'S
230 To .& lb HtriVi; ut
will ixchat.ge VE'-iE T A TOit for CO V
TON p ;yabie next fill, bj i 1 ia jour
W. . Malloif.
Pii-i-k ii.ti a X C.
j GREEN & ALLEN,
i Grocers And
fa. licit CbDsismsiiti of
Cott xi, rX,I;i,, "VIirii
XIoni, Corn, ami
Ag.-nts for th Excellenzi Cotton,
Peildiz-r und Gullelta iuipioved ttcl
liruih ( o ton Git s.
h'o. X'.O wTciia3ro j'.rtet. T I'-ttburg, Va.
2e. I ly
Attention Farmers. ;
Wc havo on han'l, ar.d art making
constantly, a varhty ot Plowa suitibh;
both t r toI'.owiDg tbe 'and and the
ruhivatioa of the gtcwing crop ot
crn ai d cotton. In our ttpek, w:ll be
found, the jus ly c le ;r4tivrVii:iio,
Utiii'y, P.o. Tju Plow wbi:c wc
thick it, as good a t'je rt, at the
sime liu.e. arc a:c :i is much the.cheap
est to the Farm-.r. We flutter cur
se'.v.a tint the lojg eip:nenci ol oue
of the Frm, iu the manufacture of
Plows, will ccabl: us to tt up Phw,
thnt wdl c mpre Uvorbly wall any
la thecouuuy. Order prouipuy n If. ,
i.nd if drs'.te.i we wilt d-.-livt r Piu,
J:.. at Frank'.ia'.on. at Foun lrv u"r:ce?.
GiVe U3 u Cn 1.
Liu sl urgN. C. 21to,Ja3. l!J7U.
GUANO 1 GUANO I !
Wc are ntw prepared to ktll the t
owicg oPADaHD FEU'riLLlZiiii a
at Maufrturt r'f p:i:e with Frohl cd
Drajsge added Whitikcks Vceta'.i-'r
Exceiknzi Cottoa F.rii.izer, -Z;L
PhcoLU tnd pacific Guxaso.
Keariity, Perry and Co.,'
FrLkl:nton S. 0.
lly account for 1372, arc tow ria 'j
and those indcbicd to mz are r.qu.-s K
to com5 forward imacdiaiely ad
S. T. WILDER.