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GEORGE S. BAKER,
Editor and Pro?pjetqii.
All letters addressed to
OEp. H. IUkkr,
Fbiday January, , ft. 1875;
I lycw; Year.
Midnight hells toll a r1mn re
iniera over the dying Old jear. Mel-,
Wboly darkness is spread over .the
fact of nature, as the wile pall ia borne
on by the ba'nd of time. A mournful
procession follow,' vain regret, for
' hat might hav LconJ
! hat is not; but let i
toury ita dead," stand ye not there all
the day in idle rej-ihit.gs f? the WMit
oi naemy to me uepniicii uchim
Cbut tip I to work ! gird on thy sword
. . and buckler, ami ftand jiortu witn re
newed energy and strength, for the
coming contest f 1875, for another
J ' ' year by the right of jiceesion takes
r"m ; 7 tbe lead, and we 'the -remaining sub
(' jectsv in grtilue r ho ! life that is
'ours, will rally, though our lines may
not always fall in pleasant jlaces.
"Yet, our experience pflhc past, shall
' awaken us from the let hergy that has
deadened our faculties, and areupe our
'better nature. We will work 'at that
' which is right with a determination to
succeed, and when the New Year ex
pires, we njay regret it' fqr its pleas
antness, but -not with a sting of con
science. And ai the boa at if ul snow
lightly falls line a sou spouess cioa
thrown over the trembling form of the
iifant New Year, may its purity" be
. typical of the reigning motives, in pur
hearts, andbaracterixe our conduct,
i and as the frosty flakes fall alike on
: all who. put themselves in4heir way,
: whether wrapped in the spanty folds-
- oraiauea snawi,or iuxursug luntu
. furs, likewise mav the scales pf justice
. .... - j:. .
Do liguieuea Dytan inuLcriniumic u.-
trioution at the hands of Neasisis -
tnoBe wuo fcti ii t bu"uu
m m ' '
gaias, reiax u.mr ..w fc-'
wnue mr jepu
' pathway ef the worth X unfortunate.-
And while justice reigns in its .unques-
uonaoie ngut, may . uarB vu.u.
be sortenea ana beaui.nea vy generos.-
ty, until justice is .u
i apmt. of magnanimity, then indeed will
ine sunsniue ot the aew i-ar oe re-
fleeted by radient taces a.d bngbt
firesides,spreading, its rays of cheerful
" ' uess in every class of business, which
rises with encouragement or sinks with
.dispondency. , -
Now frieuds we enter upon the New
Y Year, with jiearty good wishes for the
happiness of all, and we promise to do
every thing we can to make our fcllow
men happy around us Happy New
1 Year. ...
of Homo of llio Oldest
OltljeeiiM ol our County
AVilson D. Webb. Mr. Webb was
born in Davis District,- miles east
from Louislurg iti the yrar 1797, 10th
Sept emVer. which makes him 77 year
old, during all thin time he lias lived
near his birth plac. lie has
several Important offices in the county.
He was county Trustee forscven years,
and seven years Justice of the 1'eace,
appointed by the Legislature. II
was married to MUs Harris, darughtcr
of Harbard Harris, on the 30th Match
1850,. making 44 years ago, he has
raised seven children, (lost ona) has
been a membsr of Maple Spring bap
tist Church for 44 ycar;,.and filled the
office of clerk for the church 30 years
He is quite a small man in stature,
msves about in a quick nervous inan
rcr, is shrewed and sharpe, loves to
talk, but makes it a point never t
engage in any useless arguf eut or
controversy with any one, willing that
all should exercise their own views in
matters, and claims the same privi
lege for himself. . IIo does not come
to town very often, but when on the
.street he moves along like a young
man, does not look like he carries the
weight of 77 years on hi ahulders.
(Io attends to all his duties about his
farm, and his head and braiu seem to
, be as clear and actiro as when he was
.a young man;
Allen C. Pkrkv.
Allen C. 1'erry was born tn Uunn'a
District in the ycir 1801, which makes
him juat 7U years old, m be
jnovod to his prtsent home, 3 miles east
from Franklinton, on the I.eyisburg
and Franklinton road.- Mr. Perry bj
V fora the war, took great intere$t in
ptliticshe was a Jackson Democrat,
and (bo candidate of opposite pelitics,
always dreaded him. Of gieat will and
energy hif influence was always felt
for hit party. Since the war he has
lived in quiet at hii country home, he
. like a great many, of our citizens lost
heavily by the war, and the blow fall-
paraitfea. nis energy, iui inns far n
hs weathered the storm. He mixes
bat little in politics, but po election ,
days, he ia always fav$& at'jie. polla,
and voting againa ignorance, onprea
aion d- corruption.' lie was mar
ried in October 1827 to Mia We-
both Perkon, they liTed together until'
last year, when the All wise dwpenser
of eTcnta, took from hini jhia conipait
ion, with whom he had, for so manyf
years walked hand in bancl alongilifes.
rough and rngged pathway. Mr. Per
ry was a magistrate for about 20 years
and a member of the I3ord; of War
dens for J 4 years. Ue composed one
of the committee who divided thia
connty Into achool district. .lie was
ilsoa$ the foundera of Perry
C ha pel, Baptist church of which he
has been a member for the past 40
years. lie lias raised 8 children and
haa 30 erand childrei;. ' May h be.
jong 8parej to this county.
Mr. Baker one of the oldest men in
our county, and one of the mast peace
able, quite, straight forward, upright
old gentleman that we knew of, wa
born in Galloways District, January
2nd J 79b, which makes him 77 years
old. lie has raised 9 children, and
has now 14 grand children, all living
In this and Tfake county. His ex
cellent wife with whom he has lived in
happiness for nearly . half, century, is
now 73 ysars oldU attends to all her.
household duties. Mr. Raker's health
for a uumber of years ,hsjs jiot been
very good, yt he comes to town and
attends to all his own business. lie
it a plain old fashiou' gentleman and
kg well f;f Lhu
proraptiy at uis post at. evry election,
nevcr ghirkg or brinks from doing
Juty MaJ manj more long yeaEa
be aJded ,0 hU lift and haicr than.
tho5e tbat have past. .
8j.etcJs wiU he continued
f Q and m thank
our f,iemis for any irUtresttng uizi-
connected with the lives of our
0i(i st citizens. r
' 1- 'L
Ah! what is this grand occasion?
that as the sun lights up our gardens
md Qur arg
Suniight falis a jewelers
win40W with diamond necklaces inrich
fegtoons, while , in their shadow bewil-
derijig strands of pearls rest h43zzl
ed yanco? i8 every a b,jQU
case of jewels rare? In the heat of ex
citement stretch forth thy hand and
grasp those glowing gems, when to: the
warmth of great expectations disolved
them, the close grasp only hastens the
loss, for see them trickling through thy
clenched 4 finders 'An adverse wind
comes, then ; niijaturc hail storms and
successive crashes, all this magnificence
slips from its hold, and nature stands
unadorned in its fresh beauty. Thus
in life, the glitter cf external show, and
many alluring pleasures out of 'reach,,
arc craved by the hungry and thirsty
pleasure seeker, but when attained is
often acknowledged - to be onlythe
dross of life cruinbHng soon, to leave
pure living waters.
Cou.N'fy: Papers.' We find in one
m - . ... I
Ol our exchanges the following truthsJ
I , , .. . .
ful observations concerning county pa
pers, and the duty of giving them a
wholcTOuieupport : ;
The local paper is an absolute ncessi
ty to the country and community where
it is published. All the city papers
cannot supply the place of the home
paper- That should be the first love of
every - inan and woman, for with the
paper is the locality identified. . The
paper gives the county and town where
printed much of their importance in the
world, and gives in detail the local tews,
which cannot be gained by any other
usource. Jiiverv dav s issue of tbe ra.
- - i -per
is so much local history, and the
rise, growth and development of the
town and county can be measured and
recorded only by the lacal nowspapei
that constantly is gathering its items.
People do not properly appreciate their
home newspapers. They measure the
value of a newspaper too much by the
number of columns it contains. The
home paper at any price is the cheapest
paper j one can take, for in it is found
the information to be obtained from no
A nother thing to be taken into con
sideration. Every county has one or
more newsnaners. ITmw tb nironTa
tioh of each paper niut be limited
xjiere is therefore the greatest need of
activity and interest on the part of the
people to give their own good paper,
vigorous and substantial support.
' a a
G. W, MINNIS,
Old No. 47. New 141 Sycamore St.
. ' . . - ... .
Execu'ea every style ot likeness Irom
caid to lite aiz i-i the best ityles of
gaj4rantwd. Gallery tabl!.hed ia 1874
I lie. ? ly
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY
This nnriva'led vedi Ine is w m t d pot
to conta a a i g e panic e of Mr.acritr . or
any inj ir oun tn nta itubi;iuce b it is
1 PURELY VEGETABLE;
conta:nr,i? those rthern Voot nd He ba
- b ch an all ia lr nee ha p1 ed ir?.
coi.niri. wuer l ver ji-ra. ino p -'V4.
It will cure a I Dira?es c. jUei bv D--ratiKeujrnl
o .oe Li e c d tfoir U
SjnppLiyer Replalor. o'ntediciiis
eii'-ritlyft Fa-oily Midic n- J' and I y le
iue ket-C ready f r mnned at : leo t w 1 av
maiiV an ho r ot uff n .
iu lime at d doc tor V b
X m tuMty a Uol.ar
A nd over Fort Ye.r? trial it ia f till re
ceir.t. li- mot unqualified teiiuiouUla to
it- viitues from e.our-tf ih; h guttt char
aetr nd iep M .iJit . bn incut pii sicaua
viumriiu ii us win hm hi
FOlt bYSPEPdla OB 1: DIGESTION
Armed m h. thia ahttoote all cLm tea and
cui-mesof wat t an4 f cd aa-y bo faced
w.ttiout fear, a a Kein dy in Mauuuuca
Fkteks Bowti, CoKFt.Ai.iT4. Bi STLX832CK a:
ilT H AS NO EQUAL.
Itia the Chepst, Pure.t and Bet Famf-
t- 1 aieOi&fe lu tl e Wor d I
"IrnwnufkC u ted o ly by7
S U. ZE1L1N A CO
MaCJKIGa. td I'HILXDKirHlA.
Price f 1 O'. i old bt ai Durooins '
N. 1 Fayette vi lie Streer,
RALEIGH, N, C.
- S00K BISJDER,
- and .
Blank Book Manufacturer,
Newspaper, Magazines .and Law
Books of every description
bound in the very best
Style and at Lowest Ti ices.
W. 0. WOLFE,
Marble, Stone, . Ile'hdstnnes,
AlonuroentP, i. Tombs, Granite
Works, Ac., 'Ac. .
"Cor, of Morgany and Blount Streets.
; R A L EI G II, N.Ci V
Work done on tbe most r asonable
terma. t ' .--
Poet. C, StVe, A'-nt,
' aprlU ly.
L uiabur;, N. C.
.'Watclima'ker. and Jew
FINE Watches uudl Jewel t of h h-
Marmfactois and at tlia loweit p ier,
Ail woik pe sonaiiy attenUed to and war
tl 63 Sycamo: 6t. , Petersburg, T
P. II. S M I T H,
, CABINET MiJIER
AND UNDERTAKEN 1
Lorn idea X, O.
Cabinet making if RH kinda dona in beat
manner, and on moat reaajnabia term
Furaii are repaired and a'eaued.
UXOEBTAKINS A hrxCIAUTT.
The beat Walnuf, Pupltr and Pine CoCSna
I ye ontha uonestuotica
aud Yxkt Ckkaf
QiVe me a call. r. H. SHI til.
Factory below Barrow Pleaaanta.
No. 1 ly
f- ; : ; .
1 Atlantic Hotel.
; NORFOLK. YA.
' tt. 8. DODHOh,
formerly of the j
. FOUXTAIS HOTEL,
, . Proprietor.
Tbla magnificent HOTEL, after haTine
beu thcrouRbly renovated and refitted, ia
now opea fcr tbe act ommodatica of gaeata.
Board, firat and aecond floor, iS per day.
, Tblrd and fourth floor, $3,50 per day.
' Liberal trma to pormanent Boarder
Valuable Flouring, Crist
and Saw Hills, for Sale.
Tbe Davis mill property aituated on
Sandy Creek in Pianklin county i a of
fered for sale on rta enable lermi.
ine vails are in good running order
and draw custom Irom a large acoiM ei
country, Connected with tbe mills ia
83 acrca of good land.
pp v io W. L. THORP.
Rocky Meunt.X. C,
We have on (band a good assortment
oi uagro, Uarriagea, Photons asd
Ditiev madx and finished in tbe very
best style, all Warranted tor twelva
Ordrra for an Vehicle of any Style,
fibdd at ah -rt notice, .and guaranteed
to please. Repairing! done on abert
. AH sizes ef Fifk'a
ME TALI C BURIAL CASES
always on hand. Alan Waod Cafios
" t of any siz.
Wo have a1! a good assortment af
Cambiic Burul Robes, a new article,
flir ed very cheap.
JOHN W. WILLIAMS CO.
. junelt tyt ' v
"W A. fe T
' Franklhton, N C,
Are d t rmined to close-out their LARGE and ASSORi'ED STOCK f
AT THE LOWLST l S;I3LE FIGURE-.
If yuu Rant
g o la
taken at st
W A R D
B. P. CLIFTON'S.
My stock ot Wiater G ibda is now
complete, an J I intend to tell tbcm Ex
ceed j a gly lgw ior
' 1 . i
I will make it to jour advantage to exan
ioe my Goods, before purchasing else- I
wbere.5if vou will call I will'satuiy you
that what I say is. true.
In addi i m to Inf stock of
I keep also a tifperb atot k of
VIHES, BRAND YS & WHISKEYS,
AU of -he very bet bran ip.
I aUo Lave apletidi-t sait of
Nicely rnd conifrt bly ti ted up in tbe
second floor my t.ttre, tr Salmkn
travelibg wiib samples aud Men. a a'.
RE ST MR ANT.
0)t:on ginned at
MY G IN,:
I gunra nice a bale wcilitng
i00 lbs. From 1100 lbs.
m : (
Of po ?d ecd Cuttn intludn g ,
liagsjing and Tie. -
I ab-o pav the highest pri e 1T Serd
Cot to , i Cas'-i or M rehandise. Ail
Cot tot. received at my Ob is
as soon as leccived, at my owo expense.
6. P. CLIFTON,
SIX REASONS WHY
: ' 1 '
TOU m ULD INJURE IK
THli PESN MUTUAL
. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
921 CHESTNUT STREET,
i -, '
Because At is one of the oldest
companies in tbe country, and past the
day of experiments. '
2f1. Because every policy balder is
a member ot tbe Company, entitled to
all its advantages and privil ge., bav
it.g a right to vote at alt' eltctiona tor
truitees, and thus has an influence in
3d Because it bas the largest accu
mulate 1 f ut d of any Lite Insurance
Company in be tjtaie.
4th. Because by economical man
agemen, i;s ratio of expenses to total
income ia lar below the avernge oi L fe
Companua, (See Official Iusurance
5tb. B cause it has declared more
dividends in cumber, and of a larger
average percentage, than any Company
iti tbe Uaited States.
' For example: .Policy No IS, for
(5000, has been paid to tbe widow of
a Philadelphia merchant, upon which
twenty-;hree dividends bad been der
dared, avejagin fifty seven per ceat.
II d these diviaenda been uied to pur
chase additions io this policy. $5,040
mote would have been realized mak
ing the policy worth $11,046.
6tb. Because it is liberal in its man
agement, prompt in its setttlemenU,
sale beyond a contingency, and its rates
are aa low aa any firat class Company
in toe country.
..Principal Features. Small expenses,
sbbotu'eaecurity, large return premiums,
prompt payment ot losses, and liber ah
ty to tbe insured. '
W. H. FINCH, Genfl, Uanager for
North Carolina. " - i
W. D. SPRUILL, aea'l. Agent.
FracUiAtOB, H. C. '
u I HiU
livr a avu
& B HO
ON THEM. Any kind of Pdu
price, ! '
& B R 0.
Farntlinton, N. V.
The New York Ledger
For The New Tear, 1875.
THE GREAT FAMILY PAPER.
- -p- s M:,.s
It Pays tbe Highest and Gets the Best.
Oui best and n oat papular old writ
er wbe placea could not, in our
opinion, be supplied ty any others on
the Aniericao Contlotnt will continue
m vri'e, most of tbt in rxc'usiv-ly, for
the L dg-t
1 1 adii ioo to the old fav4xte, w
nave madr arrargviiietna wiib eminent
new writers, wbt se nauits will be an-
We do not hesitate at any price neces
sary to ob ain tbe contributions of tbe
firs? authors of the day. '
J' We believe ttuit hundreds cf thous
ands of young men and womer, 'hrongb
the attractive and en-erlaintng matter
in the ; Ledger, have formed a taae lor
reading which has now become ffxed,
and "will nmain with theaa, a source ot
bat piness and improvem a. tLrougit
As we said on a fotmei 4K5caton, one
it at and gutdin pit.ciple witb'uaia
io incu'.caiu t tc eutitieu a of sell re
spect ! and 'scit-eiiauce, and "bus to
strengthen and tender mre mailt the
cnaraiers wuicn -are just ansumug
lorni, to enlnre through all their day.
TLe Lr. ger aurocatea tbe a(riu.e3t
fidelity iu all tbe relations of life, and
tUe.i inviolability of the marriage cou
trct. Our old rt-aders will all beir us wit
ne a that (be Ledger bas alwsy been
b tier at performing than at promising.
Every year it lias turub-Hicl much mre
tban was-iir xTn!st,r t h beu.nir:g.
Tbe L "ger t always tud t.f the kO1
spirit ; utl m p-i aon once ai-custoujed to
reai. ing it n.u U too p euMiit a com
paiiioo to 'willingly pait vvitb it.
It con 'ain- tlte,p-.ire-i, awtet stf a':d
in t tlelich'tut stotiea, -trkirg ntrra
ivi, aiui in;-ruclivt UiOiajiliua and
biblofical ike Cfcer.
" it. ht tbe inoft p-ui4r .and c-ie-lully
prepared col ecliou tVi .cicmillc
V e shtH cntinn- to r-p!y o qu -iioi
8 iu u.i in c e-tu.g gin jecti" a ift ie
t fore. 2Ct o ly aie" ttn-se qu 't'" h
enuitc coming .!iuct y luttu .he jao
pl, I ui wereceivt-tuou-an'ispio v tr.a:.
we nave pce Ul n-vri r.
. Ai.er lue fifat ol J.-nuary, 1875, our
fcubscribt-rs wii! hve oopia ti py".
We glia'l prej ay tbe pjt-nge n ev- ry
ppei tUrti we uuii. Lo-niti-.sttentiing
tbt, thf ie wili'be no i creaf in 'be
price ot.the Leigr. A will be a t-n
ly tbe fo' low ing, i:ur rtt-s reuiaiu ua
changed : ';
OUR TERMS FOR 1885
fiinpl copies, $3 p r ar.nun:; f nr
copies, $10, wh'cb is $2,50 a copy ;
eight copies, $20, po-sge ire . T e
party who sends us $20 for a elui of
"eight copies, (id sent af- oeetime,) wid
be enftied to acopy tree. Pout m !-ti
Ann aithpra chn rrit nn ..lnl. in I
- -. ' t u . -&j 1 1
respective towns, can afterward add
single copies at $2.50. No sobscsip-'
tiocs taken or a les p riod" than on
year. WbVn a drsft or money-, ider
can' conveniently be seu, it wiil b' pre
let red. as it w l. prevent the pos-l'nli'y
of tbe los of money by mail Remem
ber that tbe p8'ag on tbe Jedger to
all parts of tbe country iit be paid by
us, so tbat our subscribers will bare no
p-stiffe to pay. -
37" We employ no traveUingagn a.
Ad tress ail c. mmunica! ions to
ROBERT B N ER, Pubil er,
Corner ot Wil'iam aud Spruo a .a N. Y.
Whitelaw &f Crowder.
Cor. of Blount and, Morgan reels,
BALEIGB. N C ,
Are Prepared to Furnish
f Of all kind,
1 Neatly Carved and Etigraved.
Also, all kinds of : .
' Such as y
Post, 8tepr, Sills, Water-TaW. 8treet
:? and Graveyard Curbstones, Ac.
All orders from the coun-tiy or ciy
prompt attendej to. mh 27iy
JoavCaTTOK Koaxar Lcacur.
CAYT0N & DUNCAN,
One door East ot Corner Blount and
Raleigh, N O, ,
And Dealers in
ITALIAN & AUERICAH IIARBLE.
Alt kinds cf Monuments, Tombs,
Headstones and Garden Statuary made
to order on resonable term. ,
" Orders ' from a distance promptly
filled. Call In person, or address Cay
ton & Duncan, P. O., No. 803.
Haleigh i Gaslon, Rv R
Superintendent's Office, 1
IUleijrh, N. t;., June 11th, '72 $ . ,
On and aftr Monday June 17l!v
.1872, train on the Raleigli & Gaston
Railroad, will run daily Sunday ex
cepted) as follows:
Maul Tbaix. .
Leaves Raleigh. . . . ..... .10.00 a. m.
Arrives at eldon ..... .. 3.30 p. tit.
LeavesWeldon..........' 9.15 a. m.
Arrives at Raleigh 3.05 p. m.
Accommodation Train. '-
8.00 p. in.
G.20 a. in.
9.15 a. m.
8.00 p. m.
Arrives at Weldon . .
Leaves Weldou .....
Arrives at Raleigh . .
Mail traia makes clos'- connection t
Weldou with tbe seaboard & Roanoke
Kaiuoad auu BiV Lttce bteauicra via.'
Baltimore, to and from ail point?,
pionb. et aud .Northwest aud with
the Petersburg Railioad via Peurs'ou. ,
UicLmonJ aud Washington Cita, to
anu from all poiuia iMoriti and tfljitb
. west. 5 I
Ai.d at Raleigh with,tbe North Car
olina R..ilrad to ud Irom ail points.
Sou'.n nud bwutbwvt, and wuu line
Raleigb Ss Auu.i Air Line to 11 ay
wok! ana Fayettevitle. "
Acc mmo Kiion and Freight trains
con met at weidoa with Aceouiuio.ia
tion and Freiiu .trains on aboard &
Roauoke tiailravf anU Peterabuig
Aud at Raleigb with Accommoia
tion aui freig Ji irini on ioriu Caro
lina Raiiroad " '
Pertons living a'ong the line of thr-
road can visti Rtleigii in the morning
by AccoiLin .i-rauou traiu, mui rtmaiu
several hour and return trie same eve
- A. B. ANpRKVVa
D LLJi OF TUtfi . PJfil'JbllS
BUKG RAILROAD COMPANY.
. 1 PaS-ENGER TRAINS.
Lkavs Wkxdon. - '
ExprtSH Train . 8.30 a. m.
Mall Tlaiu.... ....... ... 4 15 p. iu.
AlttttVr a.r Pa-TfLiitBUna.
va . ! I '- .
'al i. . . . . . ... 8 05 p. iu.
ninii... II i a u.
Lapi.b!. . ".3.17 . ii.
AKlilVu. AT V hLlX)M. . ' i
i :i 1 . . ....
....... . . i :Ou u. u.
L iV I'' tcrsiUi g ....
Leave Vrl.i.s... ..
Arrive t WiKlj-u. ..... .'.
U U0 y. n.
O.tl-J a. it.
11 A I.N
1 eve '- t u).e .
Leuvt- C-s ui.i . . . .
Airir . .ii li.,t -., .-. . ;
Amy ' T'e. Nui
I .ii ;
.cii.bt t i --u lit
: c. v. tit
ricciven at v. J'ri.-i u t-i j, p , t,t.tj
ou iV;O.NLMV- -..Lii i MUiiiba '6 .
l'uc ujm- w il tii .: mi hi -i;.vj jj m.
iNn iiot;s Wib r-.cVnt-'l alter tj..i ,-ur.
j. c. i-pitioo.
fcjtjinftr nd G u-rai iU ir.
Ois.,iiJ..u vrRi:,T kor, j
'tu:i.CT vt. C, Junes, IHli.
CHAKQE OF SCHEDULE
ON and after Jun- 10th insUnt, lsscii-ei
Ti-ainj on tlie ilmiii4tou aui Weldan
Itailraid will run as follows: -
MAIL TKAIN. ,
Le ve Union DeiMtduilr ( uutJaj except J
t .................. . 8 06 a. m
Arrive at Goldsboro H n ni
. . - Rocky Mount ' 3 i 1 p. in.
nrV; eldon..... 330p in.
Leave v eldon dail.r (Sun iays ex
cepted) at 9'J5 . ni
. -. .. . . i . r . i
a i. nucKV JlOUCl. .. . . ... ,
" tnionDep t
It:t7 a. in.
1:1C p. in.
.53 jp m.
Leare Union Depot daily at....
arrive a GoMsiro
' 44 tfoc.r Mourn. ..i.....
Leave VYaldon daily.
Arrive at liocky Mount
" Gold-boro.... ........
NITnl.n I j
10;40 p. m.
4:66 a ro-.
6:50' t, m
T:l-j p. in
lu:68 p. m.
Man Arain maae eio e connection at ft'eU
do , for til p int. North via Bay Klue and
icqnuf C rek routes.
Express t rain connects only with icquia
e rck route udman's lalace alecpm
Cars oa this trin i . '
Freight trains w 11 1 art Wilmington tri
week y at 6.00 a. m., and arrive at 1.40 p. m
lxprcVnifLhttf in will leve iliainr
an dail (Suud-ys .xe-pted) at 6 p. in . aud
leal UV at.
SE ABOARD k BOANOK
r ' ' . ' I - :- ..
Orrics EXBjafci & BoavoxsR E to i
Poitumcnth, apm I9th 181
CM AX G B OF SCHEDULE.
Ou and after Wednesday, April 19ta.
Crams will leave Portamonih (nda,
orptd) a follows; . 1 ' "
Mail tralu daily a,. .......... 6am "
vaj Freight irain Monday.
AHMVE AT PdRisMoura.
Through Freight train da ly at 4 W) "
Abnrsdava. and Xitnr... mn
. Mail traia stop at U stations for paaaen-
.T.r 'u xraiaa stop oiila
at Bower's Hill Bnfflk. Bnekhorn .AS.
8ebord f?r Peoger Wal
V1" tbe Wilmington atd Weldon,
aaieigb and Gaaton rilr.
Aad ;n Mndaya. Wedn-sdays, and Fr4
with au-amtr for JUlea-
u .jmoraa, ra XAndicgs en Blaekwalar
and Cbowaa rivers,
Snpt. of Transportation
TO THE PUBLIC
- : . ... . . : .
Having removed from the house for
mtny octupifrd by Mr. . B. Walker,
and rented th. apce just north of Dent s
noiei, l am prepared to serve all. who
want any wark in tbe Watcb, Clock ami
Jewelry line... llj terma areteaaonable,
apr 17-ly. GEO. W.
re E. ICING
Oflers bis Fro'iessios'al Serircs t0
he public in
Mivtry aeparimeixt mp ,
Lcuisburg at Warreutqn ovr
Dents ntel, J .Norwood & Davis' 8tore.
C. U.Cojle, W. H. Spencsr.
COOS & GPEUCBH
And 6elcitsa ia
LOUISBURG II. C. ,
Will attend the Courts of Nasb.Fra&k-
lin, Granville, Warren,and Wake Coon-
. ties, also tbe Supreme Court of North
' arolina and the U. S. Circuit and Di
Courts. No 7 tf
. JOS. J. DAVIS.
ATT'Taii COUNSELLOR at Uf
. iLOUISBURO, FitANKLlS CO. N C
rsetiee io the evral Courts of Qrav
raukliu, Naah, Warren and Waks.
romps' attention paid to tka eoUesu
tion and rem it tattle of moacT.
; ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FittsxLiinpx, N. C
Will practice in the courts of the lib
j iditial district.
Prompt attention given to the collect
ti-a t c'aims. 1 No 60 -tf
WITH . ...
L. T. GWATHMkY.' J, KA8TH1M,
. a t; r well
Gwathniey, Powell & Co..
G ROC ICES
.Water Street & 41
Hcpt. 18 a ..
: t . n. ijuau- f.n. uh vouroM
1 ' . - (
a. k ia;u!, a, uto',
Edward j. Broughton i Co"
Printers and Binders, -
Paycttev 1 j Street. ; 11 .VitlT, N.
O j)Osiie Market Njuare. .
Publisbfci a BIBLICAL RECORDER
$2.50 Per Annum. .
Farmville Insurance and
Banking Company ;
'.'v Va. ,:
Cash Assets 1st Nov. '74, fl78,H.7S
.Liabilities. Unpaid losses, npneV
($10,000 United States Bonds De
posited with the Treasurer of the State
Atlas Insurance Com
pany of Xiw Or
iana. Assets, 355f942;50.
Tbf.ae Companies make a speciality
f FARM property, at tquatable ratcf .
Fair rates and adjustments and
prompt payments have always, and
will continue to be, the policy ef my
- Central Agrat,
GOO Main street uttjlk, Va.)
GEO 8. BAKER, Agcot at Louis
burtr, N. C
" Eirwaie Hone ; iutitaticiL v
HOME If iSUHAf ICE C0f.!?AflY
Insures All Classes
' or .
Against Loss or Damage.
By Fire, !
On the Most Reason
able Terms. .
iustGd cad Paid
, R. B, Battlk, . I resident, '
' O, B, Root, Vice President.
Ska'oh Galev Secretary. ' .
PcLa aM CoTPa. 8uperviar.
' Gko. 8. Baxcs.
, Littisburs; If.O