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GEQJtGE S. 15AKEK.'r
Kditor and Pnornir-TOB.
All letters ad.drcfsed to
I Ceo. S. RakkR,
February 5. 87".
According to nollr, a nurabc oiibe
Citi7.cn of this County' met In the
Court lions', (or the purpose of con
sidering the Contention quea.ioa. The
meeting wm address! - by Senator
Cooke and Represent ati ve Mitchell, and
number of otVr g ntleimwn.- It was
very evident tlu't tneruwas diversify
" of opinion mi)OS4 oar p onle a to the
' propriety of call.ag a convention jnst at
this time. We kn w thtt the
pieaent Constitution In a great many
particulars is entirely uasuhed to oar
people, And 'i wu'd like to see it
properly amended, f it coa'd be done"
with ut risking too much. We would
xuuch prefer t at tlu LejdsUture should
''riot pass the bill just at'tUHtirne, but
adjourn to meet at some future day so
A to. give them opportunity K consult
thir wishes of their constituents and
'. then meet again and nit ccord:ngly.
rirc ol'Ilatp v
At a mcetirg of the Methodist Min
istersheld in the City -of I5onton, one of
the speaker used the following hnguagc,
whichSudly applauded ' hid list
HCTA. :'. : a !"''
"That there Ls altogether too much
toadyism on the part of Northern peo
ple in their treatment of the Houthi'' ,
lie said ' he believed the more he
hated the rebels of t he bouth the more
he loved God." ; ' ' ( .
" lie declared he believed that the
npivit now rampant in the South has
gut to bo cruhed out hx anpthcr war,
and he longed for ' the f appaa ice pt
ome colored man aLlc tbf ljewme a
leader among his ie, wielding the
sword and' torch.'' ', , i
, This is elegant laiiiiaprc to come
from one who pursues t( be a mes
senger of IIim,'.who brought peace,
" 'yod will to nieu ' Him M ho was
called the Prince, of Peace. ;
. This professed iu-?.ien'-r cjf love,
longing for another i.iit-tine struggle,
i ' ...
in whiciL the torch Sfhall be at: instru
jnent of distinction under the control of
Mom'e semi-barbarian leader. He should
at oncee Appointed chaplain to Ban
dittu Sheridan, tlic man who achieved
"liis military reputation by burning milli1
:md barns, in the Shenandoah valley
during the late war. , Were, the whole
North compt sad of men of this class,
wo should have no hones for the future
libcxf.cB of ' the pitlvle, of this
.mntrv "Rut tui.Litri C,n,
thoH)irit of the T.ole of that section
have undergone a great ..hange.as. thev
. have been enlightened as to the true
condition of the South, and instead of
ibis clerical nmdurer and self constitu-
t,xl avenger of his ' imajinarf: wrorigsi'
bcinjr the leader ' of 1 ublic .pinion in
t, ,Y rr) i)u u.t.t'rtf tv r.tlw.r
follow the leaders, 'and advocates of
i.ence iu that r sectu.n. This is very
dearly demonstrated by the late dec- ,c al Panted 1 . white, and the. sht-lter-tions,
and the flamfl of indignation that S trees give a softness at.d beauty to
t wept over the whole country upon the
anouncemcVt of the Ijouwana Outrage,
- and Sheridan Uanditte dispatch; This
utterance is one among the few remain
ing spaTks of hatred that lingers in the
h :arts of some of ths North rn people.
c believe that with returning reason,
tV.i? class of men are mtst surely taking
their place in that obscurity, which
they do eminently merit.
Unyouotd Aot milly Con
trol liurj; Con?rbi.
TU MUiDg letter 1 Wm ieteotl,
. ' ' ' ' ' Tk ;'
fer wards to Senator TLurmtiB. It con
tains seme yery startling facts: - 1 '
' Niw OiiLKAXS . Jttn. -18tU 1373.
Hon. A. O Thurman: . ?,
Dear Sib, The bayorethas at Jas
been used to "cwitr V Coarss I set!
1 ue enciosea ct'Ppeu irom um rew
Orleans Republioao, shows truly ih
obi relive toint for w lien hbeniea H
v .- . .
ooc 0Yere:ga States have beeu throt
tied. The questim baa tally Uo me
cotici d one. Th
pkxitn of the L
determine the right of two Snao s to
titir seats In the'Forif fifth Congress
luakiog a diffjrtiiV; c't four yottr in U-
T'T of tfcepolitica' putr 1 cting then
bo that Jn . ej.ctlng " tbt ; Dau.cc i tic
mcmocrs 01 iuo jj gisjaiure irjm ine
State House, the Radical party or gov
. ernmcnt the terra a are . i'ynoo jmoos
hare, at the point of the bayonet 'dis
placed twd Democratic United Statea
Scnatori, ; ! - ? i -:
For ma C"o::i x :a
1111 MUliu ton.
lit f lumtrk t-xl memory xt i':
; i-, ..t . ! - 4 l
registet of what I hare. seen and heard 1
flince l : last wrore 10 you. u presvins uui
a broken and ctuf usel spectacle and as
I take pp the- farafe f.aginents to
weave them tog"et.her. in the form of a
letter, I fear that 1 shall not be allu
to interest your readers. Uur ride from
LomsUirg to Franklintnn ai-L.Yna
means t agieabk,th9.&tmphexe was
cold and penetrating. r ire.Haw noth
ing on thtf louph high-way io juiKj-ire a
poeticaV thought : wiljd oh romantic
scenerjv" ikXo wirtrrf eyeTgTeens tliat
cling to tlie fagged rocks on tle jaged
Lrows of mountaias,' pr objects of
curiosity to claim our attention. We
were jolted along in, a hard, way over
the uneven 'ground. At one ' titne I
found myself pressed into uncotrjfortably
small dimentions In croanz a than
nel worn by the recent rains, my travel
ing companion was iiuddeuly thrust- up
on me, I lopted np; at his face in a
beseeching, manner, and instead of re
lieving me, he laughed right heartily at
my awkard. position and- facetiously
asked me "if I did not ; think if was
much pleasauter t ravel jng by rail?" I
had been upset and was'not in a very
good hurflor. and remarked, tiat I did
not believe tfye, people . qf Franklin
county ,,had rnuch public piriior epergy.
of character, or they would have a rail
road frotj) ' Friinkltntfjp ' to f I)nisburg,
wfcich I acknowledge now was an im
prudent speech, A young gentleman.
passenger who wore a small jaunty hat
stuck on the side of his head, with a
peculiar grace, bristled ; up: ! and said,
" you are mistaken sir, the citizens of
Louisburg hare had a great many meet
ings in the Court Uoase for this pb
ject, and if they keep on talking and
making as many fine speeches' as I have
heard them , ruake there, to get up a
Rajlrqadthey will have one after awhile
He was an amuing character-7-had a
good vocabulary pf worJs and did, not
hesitate to bring them often into requi
sition, we did noV have to sqiieze him
dry to get all he knew, . He seemed
disposed to pump my friend .to find, out.
what business called hira to Louisburg,
but gained nothing satisfactory. We
passed the home of the V Veritable aunt
Abby House.'- Jt is a lig domicile of
unpretending appearance; . Aunt Abby
is old and grey hcadedj,: her silvery
locks ?hade a fnll and well for
med forelicad,' her flashing black e) e is
loosing its lisrht. She will soon be
gone! - Circumstances have much: to do "
in thw "world, in shaping character
1ad her surroundings been more ple.:s
ant, - 'she inight have been pleasantcr
also. .The soiditir boys respect aunt
Abby, who ust'4 to carry them supplied,
during thp war. - i : .t ; , ;
We were now within the suburbs of
Franklinton. The farms by the v ay
sidc Uwk. thrifty enclosed with good
fences, which ... bespeak industry and
bui,t m tn(Klern yle ownetl by Mr. J
W- irilJer especially attracted onr at:
tcntfvli e were particularly struck
aK with the neat iottage home ff the
.Wanl fily, itis a eoy sweet looking
with its gravel -TTalka ii front,
bordered with flowering sh nibs and
0 rn amen t;d trees The ' houses and
tcnces which; .surryund die grounds,
the landscape. I saw a well kept vine
yard and f'uit orchard near Ly'-wLich,'
proyes the careful regard of the owner to
the "inner comforts .of. msn." . Th
resnlences generally 4 on the way from
that place; were neat and looked com
fortable,. Jhs ypoccU hlne looked in-
teliectual, with, its (checked 'flower beds
in front, filled, vita varieties of shrubs
and rose - bushen. - To : in v relief we
reached Mrs. Tuckers hitel, where we
found a comfortable room and a good
fire. After a little . walk we. enjoyed
an excellent dinner,, which was spread
' hderation to our tmnW This b con
sidered one of the best village hotels in
the State, The cofiee we had for sup
per was- a perfet Cardial," the beef-
steak, ejsa ami Jihtfoll at breakfst
were splendid. Mrs. Tucker is a fine
j lUng woman, pleasant-and agreeable.
1 vjjii.. 5 (tum-u nu miuui--
geui- . pne,nan inieresting lamuy of
x , igc ,10. sit, pn tne
green benth in the porch and listen to
their chattering. Little - Mary Pretloe
is an intcliient, ver, aid, he is trained
to be polite and ttsefuU He w named
' r "5It Tntke W". oniy onp he waj
one of the many' nobhj '.-'youths who. fcj
in the .late ..war.j ThConipany was
Muinmpued rtrvm 1 Carolina fp Virginia?
to meet tht invaders' there. ' lie pa.411
his mothers home to pee her-sh drew
him fondly to" her 1 breast, he 'tarried
but St fleeting . niorUjent jwith hertEe 1
was gfne-rwent immediately into bat
tle ar.d was killed. She earohed lor
hU"last,resting( -placed it conid not be
identified. But the moonlight' falls on
e nollilCHl cu - I tr ' ' tt ... ,- -ri-, -; . , 0
. ; iiercuusint .ianana -moss m smart
bus jrravc and the stars keep their night
ly vigils orer jtrsbe may never sec it ;
lefhlihc eye of faith she can se4he
gate hroui winch he passed to (lodv
Thuf? ihe prop fras taxen iroin tin
Alius, vuc a" "-'-, ,
- J - ' she had wTje-
gun o lean nppn it for support. A ith
a sad bleeding and a rick en heart, she
had to raise her head and sfniggle on
her '. earthly pilgrimage,! without her.
sons pr.otettion. Her Heavenly Father
gave her faends, health and energy
t'andshe" bjLprc pious son-
is with the leautifu! good in Heaven
From the first settlement of Franklin
ton they have had the right kind of
proprietors for this hotel. The late
Maj. gliomas once owned it, hia ac
commodations were good, hi' kind
hearted and interesting wife was popu
lar. First imprejsiona here are favor
able jind pleasant. Fvery thing pre
sents, a cheerful aspect. lam confi
dent of one thing, that I am iu an in
dustrious commouitT. The ladies in
this place I learn are very charitable
to the poor, giving them employment
as well as aims bringing them out to
become useful members of society.
The female shool is taught by an ex
perienced apd well educated lady.'
There are two Churphes for the whites,
Baptist -and, Methodist.' Ievj Mr.
Gibbons is pastor the M. 2, Church
and Ber. Mr, iTingate. J). D.jof the
Baptist Rev, M. H. rVaughan of
Loiibburg holds service' once or twice.
r month for the Episcopal congrega
tion ; all denominations are much unit
edunderstand in furthering religions
enterprises, for the good of the town.
The church buildings are old Jopking
outride, but kept very neat within.-
Through ; voluntary contributions tie
Methodist Church has been recently
painted the old fashioned: pulpit're
moddled, new chairs and table fur
nished tor the alter, which speaks well
for the ladies who furnished the improvements.-
Frauklmton is not a pretty place,
but it has this advantage over Louis
burg; the Iron Horse comes puffing
ands blowing up. to thir very doors,
withX their merchandise. The 1 mer
chants are an energetic set of jaen.
s 1 w
The street which most attracted my
. r.- . . . . -
attention is the one on which Messrs.
Kearney. & Co., and W. S-- Mnllorys
store stands, a very handsome double
tenement building, " Mrs, Henly's
residence is on that street. I was
struck with her beautiful flower garden,
which is decidedly the p'ettiest 'ne I
have sceir in this section.- The ' rose
bushes and shrubu looked so luxuricnt
it even had a fresh appearance tor this
season. of jthc year, there was an air t)f j
taste and comfort about it which charm- ;
ed me. The grounds were laid ofT .
Understand, I y Mr. Henly, who had i
an eye for the beautiful and! who im- j
proved every spot he owned. lie w: s
a pubhp spirited man too. and this
town was much benefited by him. Il
was a strong piller in the 3ethodist !
Church, which shared largely of his j
benefit, his piety and benoyelenoo
shed a lustre over the society iu which
he moved. 1 1 have heard many speak
of his excellencies and his virtues,
when he jdiea, yerybady felt that a
good man had departed. ' ','''.
Mr, Joyner, ;:Winstont. Kearny and
many other gpd ineri have passed
away, and ' young men are filling their
places. May they foil owt the good ex
ample set by these worthy men. .
The Pej ot buildings are large and
well -finished, and a large amount of
freight is sent and received at this
station. ' .:
' There is a sharp competition iu the1
hacks that run from this place to Louis
burg. The fare is only one dollar.
Some very amusing incidents occur be-
, tT7Cen tbc rroPetor8 of thoe hacks
One of the Coachmen a few dayi back
went-into the cars, , before the passen-
gers were landed, and seeing a lady he
knew, going to Ionisburg, said to herj
'I am here for-- you,M she said "til
right.' Very soon the other ; Coach
man came in and said the same thing
and . she thinking there was only, One
1 oe of hacks, made the Fame reply to
him. She went to th hotel, wai'td
60u.e time for the hack to como got
U easy, pent a little! boy to enquire, he
came rui.ning back and told her that
both haeka had go e, 6he ' said : all
wrong 1 J am left; She ran to the
door, and , saw " her trunk on ' the rod
hack, which wi sailing away with it
'.ike a bird before the wiud, she suc
ceeded however in stopping it, and was
brought safely 1 to Louisburg. The
owner of the .smaller hick," is a fortune
telUr, .anc , is . familliarlr known as
" Pap..' It is said tUt he dbaibes
lore s correctly and telU of erents
tht have really happened. 1 have
adviied my friend to take a seat with
. him when he -roes, to Lnuuburg again,
. atd h. vehis fortune told.
Enough these random'tJcetches ato
tjf little worth. ' T J
: : . i Vour drummer friend
. RiLHsn. n. c. ;
(i. W. BtACKNEI,L,Piop riUr.
1 1 1
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY
,TM nnrlvu led edi ine U w rr.-it d nw
o rent m i t i- par tee of Xncnr or
uy inj r oun 01 run .umt- m-e bill
f J.y PURELY Y EG KT ABLE.
iMintainh.s .thojw rtn- Mteru Vuot i-nd f b
, bchaa&llwiM r nee li 1I -.vd h
cwntrw irnhfT-'L'Vcr ! a m p -a
I. It U1 cure I f't-v c jmi br 1
r.neujentof .ujLi e u d ... is
Simmons Liter Eejiilator or medicine
Is e in tly Fn Vilv t r'n': ard t y l e
in ke t r ad.v f r nWd at im t. w I rT,
rai aii ho-:f X un ri tr i.d many ad .l ar
to Mme d rloevr'- 11!
nd over Tort Ye r ' f 1 it I t'V re-cin-g
U nt uiKjiialifWl t Miio-:f-U to
;t viltuos fjoin ! c oiiii ;f it. h ih t clia'
irter rxu rep -n-lvilit . Kn.inent pn' sic.aiw
commend It sw th - na t :
KFUECTUA.L 8PE' IFIC
FOS tyjjrjEPSI OK I DiaE87lJX
Armed wi h th: ASTinoTB all dim tes md
chn t 'at r nnA t rn i t be faced
wtioutfeaT, A a ltctu:dy. iu Malabioc
FCTrS,BoV t CXl'l.AiT, iilSTLESXE a;
IT HAS NO EQUAL. .
It i the Cherp-t. Pii ..t rd I t Fami
ly Mpdic rp" n 1 e. Vpf d I ;
Ii. m-.nuo u c ' o lv br
i.J H ZlLlN A CO I
tylpOS Gl. d PBILADU FKU.
Trie ft Ci .-I4 bt AtL Out" eoir . 1
. ; ;
lHinrn nunonu tT
J- 200 1D& IF
, WAlTOH.VfHAKN &.C
l"a iuii iMiucrrtm. ncLi!!'.
S "PER PHOSPHATE.
1500, Bags ;
li abov-- n nn r FbLil ILiZH
p piv r r tui i,l.iZiB.,
tr-l. lrm Me c ur, im G)i
(KY r 11 STOtiE'a a . y
: tint n"re riMy 1 e viftippnin
H'l tiis' yiMr , in set u i;,. m . suplv oi
tliia uiii- tu :ci st-!u!-.MhiHii. , wen.
ti i ve. ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 ' . '
P..!CK TWO DOLLARS o' ton
e-s 1 it n ist. . r' i", ,cj: ..S ctitia'.t
ivil. .,he niude. ilue Utsiruy'to
j urchase tr,ot .on, ...
White & Shaw,
... Maufactuicrs Auentp.
; v.-. AT y y .
B P. CLIFTON'S.
My stock ot Winter G-ods is nw
cnmptait-f nl I intend to etl them Ex-
cuuUmgty low tor - . t, : .
::y:-. m . . 1 .j, '
I will mke it tojour advantage to exnm
ine my Goods hetorc purchrt-iog eltt-
wnete. li. ynu will cill I will taXisly you
thai what I say is true.
In addi 1 n' to wj su ck of
. HARDWARE, '
, . . GKUliERIE,
y ' :.c
I keep also a f uptrb stock of
VINES, GtiAtlDYS 2. WHISKEYS.
AU of he very bet brands. .
' ' ' " - '
I mho hava spJendhl 'suit of
EO Q 3VIS.
NicaW HBdcomfortubW fitted op in the
secood floor ot my store, .tor S airmen
travetitg with samples ana,. UeU at
Ilsve your Oot ton ginned at
' ;M. Y :G I3ST, ;-
v . . . .. . . .1 . . ... 1 '
v; I guarantee a bale weighing
400 lbs. From 1100 lbs.
l; f . Qt good ?eed Outton ii clud'i g'
1 al-npay th highest pxi. lor: Sd
Cotton received at cj v Q b is' 4
s soon as n Ccived, at my owr rzpens .
Boarding and Day
T?QX-Qn Iu. dice
The eighth jeitrfon of tliV above mi
nary Avill open promptly W- adaj l3
January 1875. and continue, in! twen
ty wee La -
, . TEUMn .. :
Board per fsoh including wash
tl.g, 5 yht5t t uet"-and Furnishetl
Kooms, . $73 00
tugnh Branches in full 12 50-. 5 CO
French and Latin each,- " 5 (X)
' Hualcon I iauo, 2000
Outar, - 15 00
: t o charge for use, of Instruments.
.' o extras or Incidental.
l oml one lialf In ad vxuee , Tuition
at cloe of Session.
runils who live in the Couuty going
home Friday evening, and re uruing
' V oiufay morning, cluirgetl correspond
1 ircuUrs sent on application. .
. MlS COUNKLIA 4. CHlCirSUAWy
El VY ith first class Assistant
A GOOD SuilOOLIN A HEAL! II Y
f r , , - , . -
Castalia Male Acade
y ill be rc-jpened on Mouday, Janu
ary lltb, 1875,
William J. Kjo, A. M. PraxarALi
TERMS per Scusion of 20 weeks :
English Tuition, lO. lo la Lau
gnagcf 1 eaeu extra, $ 5 Hoard, ex-
ctuhive of washing and lights, f 00.,
half in advance.
1 , Address-
Jno. A, Harrisou, Ch. Bd. JIanager,
Cas'alia. ISaetii, Co., N.C
(l.d if. t 4. New.141 SyHinor" mi
;;- ' PETERS$rftG, yi.
Eircq esenry -it1.-.I ltkip.'t; in.it
Chi d iiti-' pz. tin Im-s." stv'.en ot
it'; Prices mud r.t-
fa 'tff :irtiti
G!ie 1 1.1 1874
0.-.2 1. - - ' .
E. KlCHTEli. ;
Wivtclimaker and Jev-
- yiNK.WiU.-hw ami J-t l y f th- I
31aiiuf:utoia;ml :tt tliv lowr 1 1 ifs.
AYi wik ih ?oiuUy attetuled to ami war
rantci. . . ; ' , . . . '
i 3 y :im ' t , reterb;irptY
. . , 1 FayttlrVl le S f.-
- - - .
; RAIKlGfl. t ' , '
Blank . Book MaAufu&Hrer
Newpper, Msgnzlne nnd Ltw
B-.tOk. ot -very. ilcscnption
' lKnnd in tli Tev . leV-.
biyle and a: JeweM p4cr.
)r3U VZzu ,
To the Public.
- - , - - -. . , ' - ,
Having moved my shop to mv hoosp
about half n ile from the b sines prt
of T"Wi, on the Franklinton r.-ad. I
ake pleasure iu lnfoiming the peoi le
of Frank'in, that I am prrpard t rto
all work In my 1 nr, as cheap as can be
uone elsewhere. I am vetv tbankinl
for past patronage,, and fincertly hope
that you ill c ntinne to patronij jne
I am very Respect fa My,
- - iSH M GREEN.
P P. Parties .wirhioff o.hve wrk
il. n-, will Wave it with Mr B'llan, t
Meara. Barrow & Pieants stor mu1
wi.l be attended to promptly.
1 Jan 29-tC - '
WILLIAMSON, UPClIUR U
WHQL E81LI G KOCKtl
1 AND fej -
Co ut ut ttiton Mtrc h a n r s,
Ko. 5J5 F-yettevilU Street,1,
, , RALEIGH,
Opposite Metropolitan Hal. J
.JomaCATToii - i:oskbt t uca.
CA7T0M & DUNCAN,
Ojc door East of Corner Blount aid
Morgan Streets. . '..
Raleigh N C,
'L , 'us-. vPIULfcTXOAX. ;v i-
- And Deabrs la '
IT ALIAS & AHERICAH llARBLE.
'All kln'ls (f HonnmtD'f, Toni'fi
Bea1a oaea aad Garden Sta'nry ma1e
to ord r on Tesonabis i.enns. a.-
Orders Ironr distance pmaptlT
lled .Call n prfvn, or H.r j u-jV
t. Dor ca v p., (, N. 803.
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! !
- Acecar DErr Uaoofacture' of piaco
Fortes, bie u annoonc , h-v be ,
snpp.ieit with rww and courl b,r
u t eb lw Zrj a w' ptut
applications '-"by ' tetter a rP r erifr
pnimpi ttwt"tot.u I AM PRE ABED.
t hj enmpctr rt wnrm-n , t
undertake tha mobt'Vxt n ivr t.DA r.
ui ctcij linciipunn.
R..rvnce made. U, .the' mu.I a p.-
salon in eeneraLknrl m m i. - l.
a - . , . - r
. . ubo
lEaai'm in FEnmi ann in m i....
Raleigh VL& Gaslon R. r
ScrEniXTCNiJET's Office, t
rk Balergli, . iv, June lltli, '21. , '
On and after Monday .1n?. 17U,
l72,tnitisonthc Kah-i-h A t .:,.
Railroad, will run daily "(Sunday t-x-ceplU)
leaves Kaleigh 10.00 aW
Arrive at Weklon ....... 3.3V p. m.
leaves Vehlon 1 5 rt. in .
Arrms at RaltigU. . . ., .. 3.05 p. m.
1 . , Accommodation Tiiaix.
Arrives at Wekkm . .
Arrives at Raleigh .
8.00 p. in.
G20 a: m.
0.15 a. in.
"8.00 p. jn.
Mil r:n makes cloa connecnoii x
Weldon with aealH.anl R-nnokt-Railroad
tu 1 Bv Li Stei,i.rj
Baltimore:- to atoi firm a I r.i.-.
Nor'h. West anl Nortles' mdr iui
tl Petrrsbur Rwilioa.1 Via Pet.ia'ourjj,
Ric mon t ant Wanlrnjf on Citv, to
nl lr. m all points Forth nnd Ji rth-wst-.
' 1 '.
And It!eigh with th-Nortli t:i,r
olinx R ilr -ad to and from all piing
8u'h Mnl S U'iiwefct." and with the
RlnuU& AUijusi Air Lme tu INv
wood auM F;yettevtlle. '
Acci-mmo 'irion and Freight trains
couoct at weldoti whb" A.-oo.mv Na
tion aot Freight traiiti on d -aiioant &
Roanoke luilr id aoJ Prttr!.tnrc
Ami at RaJtii wi:b Aicoaimo u
tion a i.i fieig it trains on ri.' ar
!in Rsi-fMsd - . ,
Pir o living a'oog he i f m
roSd can visit Uucin in'iis ,r..r
by Accon m-tfiation iraiu. and r iuai
several oours aud return t.it s.iu tvi
A. B. ANliREWs
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'c.LM'ipaLB OF ilia I'iiiUS
I.U:.G KAILoOAD i'OMi'AY.
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nceivec at ii: IV.-1 ou.-j; U p :
oi. AiONlAYoninl i liliit-i. V
Toe UcM W It OttC Sfl m 4;U. .
No goods wili nccu til ttiii-r i:.. (
K'orm-ir htl G -i. ru M-
U. ': (it Ki. ai'iKiil.Mi -N. .' 1
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- t?Vij.jii.vTON,.i;, June8, h?j. j
nd aftr.Jim kUth lntaiir," IVn
1 laini on the tilniin ton i ia i.V
Kaiiroucl w ill run as follow,:
le ye Union Depotdailv (: uikhiTexo,-t.il-.
' "'.V IVi HU5.lll
"r-nr"t ;oKb?,ro- 7- i mi i. .a
....2 t r
cave eldoii duit.k (Sun .ays tx
3o0 p Hi.
- J r6 .tn-ky Mount......;..
.TMU; Ml.... ..'........
H-ih s. ia
11 ;t 7 a. ni.
l:iG p. ui.
"t-J p IB.
" " l uioiiDep t
Leare Union Depot daily at....
arrive a Giliioro...
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.rrive ut 4.ocIy Kvunt
- u Gold boro
4.66 a. in
7:1 1 p. m
U-bH p. m.
3:1 a. ni.
lail Tnihi mak.4- Ha n.Htui.. t. .t
do lor all u int; Aorth VU Jlay Llum au.1
cqnu C.cek route.-.
Kcpress irain coonerrq only" . ith -ctnili
tar, on, this tr-in - ...
i icigi.t tr.n. w 11 I sra Wilmlar.o, tri
mk y t CU a. anl arri v. t i.w " -
xrrvwtrllUf i w,akte il,a,nt.
aa UaU (suwl.ys xc, pudj at 6 p. ui . a ul
st 1 1 b.
8K ABOARD 4 ROANOK
- RAILROAD t'O 4 PAliF;
trnce ns ial Ji'l 6aoxu.IL: tt 'C
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i. y-1 j- iJiASUL, C V cCIIlLULu ' -
.2. ir i-ht lla.u at 4,0 r m
z?l?'y tM er. c t.
f Eit 1 n.m-u.u ....
w.ne iiua s. - , ,
. ;. L"G Gfily
- SnpL oT Tnnwpor.afi9n
; Atlautic HataC .
; : UTAIa hOt CI., " ":
TbU nsrriflMDt nfYrvV! T.''!'ftr-
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- ' Hoard. ILrat anA -
' Ms lk.L-1 aTt i Y..V "A.''''"
OfiVis bts Proiewiunal Services . to
fie public in"
XTrry department r
. JDcnttstry. ..
JOS. J. DAVIS, ,
ATTTaai ; COUNSELLOR alLif
L-XlsjtC O FitANKiI i i;
tl F i Wli:,, ,h, Warrsu bd ' kv
as. IT it : l. ir itxi AidtotK eu-.c '
U i) a r mil .-of wam-f, -
Ju!v 15. 171. . -
" ATTORNEY AT LAW.
, . ;r FKAxuino9, N. C.
Will practice in the courts of the 6 h
judicial district. -
Prompt attention giveo tnthr collrc
ti..o t claims.' No SO tf
C.H.CcGle, ; W. H. Sjeicer
ITTORHEYs AND CODMLLORi
... 1; . . .
AuO. Selip.itexo la
. LOUISOURG N.C.
.'A'i'l i t.'ii H-.et i '..it'f N'.,FW.k'..
w.; t; suV lt . VV H..ier!,nd Wkt Oun.
1 , : . iJ 1 8 pr-m- ' on l Nrib
;r.-tu.n kQ.t ttHe U. . Crcuit ol DCr
IJ iuilit. 7 i-tf .
Whiielaw & Crjvderr
L- I "!1' V ' .
ft l'itttkil it v ,ri '.i-'i- .
A'i'. m- kinU of
-ml (1 n : m rf 1 t'iiil--rtn , & .
: x Vr frm ts coon'iy or -j t
pomp" ati nrl.. ir. mU 27
S X REASONS WHY
; : - '. ' . . .- .
T U SWoC:..n M m IK
THK PEN'S JIUTUAh
LIFE IM3UHANGE COMPANY. ;.
921 ilHESTSUT STREET,
1. Because it one of the oldest
c ti)i:tnift iu thr touotij, and paftie
d. i '. I Hr.ip)riii!. ;
. 2 . ; Be iQiM- eery po'icy Vol er ia
am mber ol the Compay, ntifl--dto
all it ad vintage and pnvil gc, lnv
ibg a ngiit to vote at hI! .elect ioo- lor
;rusees and thns bss an influ nce ia
its rhsnsg m--rt.
84 B cn e it ha th Isrgest !ic;a
mulstcl far.d of ny Lilc Iosarucc
C- mptoy hi the State.
" li. Because liy e2 nmici! man
ageueot, it rstio of cxpensts t trttl
income i- far In-low the aTerg- ot L'fr
Compaoita, , (See OlS ial Insaace
Report-.) . T ,
5'ii. I! cause it hai .'declare) m re
dit idea Is to r amber; and of a larger
wvera,e i-err(itak:e, than aiy Company
in the United S' ate', - '
For xmplc; Policy No It. for
5)1)0, has ln paid to tbt widow of
n philad !pb a rarrcbaai, npon w- icb
we.ij'ihrrc i.vitlend bad ; bet n ie.
' lar d.a e 'j ni filtr seven percea.
11 1 t --.;:ioie'ls leen qihI t pnr
b ' ad-L1 !-! S o rhi p Hcv. $3,046
m ie mo irt iie ieo r iird rask-
ng' tns policy wiT.h $ It, 046.
6 1'. B cioae it islirral inita-ntn-aeeine.i',
;prm:: in its sittl-roertU(
siie leyon t ri'ig-nryf idits ratta
are as b as anj first ci v-s Co'tipay
in ti count it. . . . t ,
.Priucipa' Fra'ur. - Km ill z;x-ne
ibsolo -esecur'n j,' ir.'rtprn pr mio.o.
pmmpt i'yni'e-it ot f-s- ','ai f '.U rA
tv V the li-or'-l;
f Wj U. HNCIl, iu Jitav r f:
Nor u Ctf - '..-'' '
V, D, rt-UILU Geav.,A;-s
Fr.. int"e, J. :. (;:.v . . ... .
W !sv- ""i ta"dvs ! aortT!t'i
nf B i27ta r?rriw. '!.' vad
Thxi:, m-an'f fl"lV i very
h-t tjV, ait ' WurnnI f twelv's
nt"'l'. !.: .-!.; - .-
0 31 at n -rt noc. i gtia,ar -''
t' p'e-asV Rcj';r',r . f'ojrt
n-V-tce." ' , '" " '
! . All sti Fi k's 1
;.mktalic burial ca?e8
aWais oa hand. Also T7od : CoOm
of anv sir
. - W bsv a'a a cmd 'awcrtmeit f
Cmlr Boril Robes, a new artirW
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