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0 / 75
GEORGE S. UAKEIli
Editor axt Proprietor.
All letters addressed ij .
, i Ceo. Uakkk,
This question u,;f'Upied a prom
inent place in the min-l of our people
for sometime. Tlic Couuifett baa on
feTeral occasion expreMd it viewa on
the measure. Tt is well kuoau that
when' ther agitation of t.m subject coin
iuncedlaat tub that we proiuj tly took
a decided stand against it not that we
did nl belie t fut it wja i coded, on
the contrary we were ainum that the
present aDominatwu, known & the
Constitution . of .North 0 a r 6 1 1 n a',
na, should be entirely upset and re
cast, in a ne ir mould. This we then
believed, and now believe .should be
dono with all tlie celerity that safety
v?ill permit. ( We fared howevtr that
the agitation of the subject, woo Id retard
the onward marcb of the j Democratic
party. We bettered, that this party
was the on j onq that would control
the affairs of state in such a manner an to
conduce t the happinea andpruspari
of our people. Believing this we were
flow to adopt anj lint of conduct, or to
advocate any measure that might hare
tendency to hazard the auccena of the
party in the election of 187C both
-State and National. Upon these elcc
tieus,' more depend, iu.. our opinion
than opon ant that hart cone befare
in tho American 0dvcrnrnent. and the
success of the party holding our princi
ples, in those elcctious, ought in out
opinion bo paramount to anything, and
everything else. We cannot endorse the
patriotism of any man, who could have
H in his heart to do the plight est thing
that would impede th'e march of the
graud old dcnocnieyyof the country to;
nieces in the elections then to take
place 8hould wa succeed in these
elections the. American people ,will
he free once again, The liberties that
Washinicn, and L, and Greene and
Ir'ayne, and others fought for will have
. been regained, and the American peo
ple will be baptised anew with the spirit
oi independence. Should we fail in
those election?, wem- not ty penetrate
the future. W'c miiiht well say, "suffi
cient unto the day is the evil thereof."
There has been much said on both
f ides of tliis ouc'Sttun. Since it ha
bill would fail, bat it was manifestly a
foregone conclusion that to-day's pan
would set n pon it,, as ; the, law of the
land. Men ofc the other aide had been
dralywneh into the adoption jpf a dar-1
inz and frevoBtionary alteration of the
rules 'by which It eofild be paiSd."-;
The bill was. born in malignly, passed
' in defiance t and violation of the consti
tution; anil it would be executed in
.violence and VloodLed, he feared.
Mr. Hale, of New York, called . r.
Brown to, order, and asked tlnit the
words spoken be noted down.
Mr. Brown. The point puerile -The
gentleman was silent when other
language , was used yesterday. .
Mr. Hale. The jgentleniau is not silent
The words as taken down were ihen
read, and the Speaker said he did not
think the language transcended the
limits of parliamentary delate.
Mr. Brown. resuming, said he re
garded this bill as a part of the ma
chinery set in motion for the campaign
of 1 876. He believed that a deliberate
conspiracy had already been formed to
overthrow constitutional liberty in the
Mr. Brown was proceeding to speak
to the republican side whon he was re
minded by the Speaker that he should
address the chair. ; .
Mr. Brown resuming, said! ! Your
conduct, Mr. Speaker, laughter, iu
this and other matters, reminds me of a
passage in Junius, where he described
a bad tenant who had notice to quit,
and broke up the funiture and damaged
the house, and did all in his power to
'rex the landlord. Tlie people of the
South, he said, were .lying in helpless
nesK and distress, their hopses dilapida
ted, their fields wasted, and on the verge
of bankruptcy. Was there nothing in
their condition to excite- sympathy or
secure some degree of justice ? In
1872 a conspiracy was'lormedby the
Attorney General, Kellogg and a drun
ken federal judge by which a sovereign
State was oecthrown. That subjuga
Fob tiie Courier
EprroitoF tiie Coueier : '
fed by obhgatirtos of a personal charac
ter, and by a strong desire to further,
the interests of a e mmunityin which
I already feel Ment'fic-d, f desire t
present from i time to time, through
your payer, my views in regardto cer
taiu matters of general concern view s
baed upon personal observation, and
in many caesnpm persoual expr enc
Iu an iuteltigent aa1 rtfijfcd cumruu
nity, thefirit grtat thought. aud de
sire, it seems to in.', ught to be the
increase and perpetuation cf these two
essential features of solid happineis,
because however pure ur. ideas of tasti
there ii no guarantee that they will be
bequeathtd to the rising generation,
unless practical and ieaiihle means are
use'. If '.tie father would instil in bis
son tbe noble traits which lie has in
herited as a precious legacy from his
ancestry, or the mother intuse in her
daughter the modesty, which adorns
ber own life; it can only be done by
thorough drilling. And that this is
the chief desire of erery thengbtful
parent, c.tnnot for a moment be doubt""
ed. Precept and personal example,
and intermixed with these, the pu ity
of moral and religions training are the
sure roads to the moat sublime position j
that can bo reached on earth. It is
said that we inherit traits of character;
be this jo, yet alter all it these traits
are not iosered and cultivated, they
either degenerate or else give place to
others less ueautiful. It is one ot the
prorisiona of that Great Being, who'
gives us lite, that we are so plmically
and mentally constituted, that we cau
only approach the model ot human
perfection by observing certain enacted
lawr, intended to check and guideu.
That which is not carefully cultivated,
ot necessity degenerates at each new
state ot its b.ing. The lather may be
a standard of christian culture or lie
may be A nave, and yet it ia well
known, hat his son may be and often
is just the reverse, Systematic habits
"of business not inherimd, but acquired
by untirino effort, may be transmitted
to the son, and appear natural and a?y
to him, but after all I suppose it wilt
tion had been perpetuated by bayonets, j no bo denied, that by inattention and
and recently "one of your generals had
entered a Legislature, as Cromweiren
tcred; Parliament, ajid drove out the
On and on fhev went in defiance of
the sentiments of tile country, without
been first mooted it has been Kteadily pity or justice, to oppress the people of
the South and give their ' roofs to the
flames. Their general had sent a tele
gram to the world denouncing the peo
ple of Louisiana as banditti. Else
where they had heard that language
repeated, with the addition of thieves
ana murderers, j he clergy, ot that
State, both Jew and Gentile, had de
nied it, and a committee of thU House,
with a majority of republicans, had
given a solemn contradiction to it and'
this recusation should come from one
who is outlawed "in his own home by
gaming in fuvor with our party Until
now a very large majority of the repre -tentative
of the people in the Legisla
ture favor the call of a. convention, to
dispose of tlie-constitutional entangle
ment;, before the : campaign of 187
ihaU come on. In thi tlie State Exe
cutive Committee agree. With these
I things befuiy us, we do not feel at
liberty to set jjp ourselvex or our opin-
ions nguinst Io great a majority of the
ropresetative men of the Democracy
upon a matter, which we have onlv
. . i ii i .
o ,-K,se , upon ine grounn w expediency. na;icd the slander to the counter
onouiu me jiogisiature in us wisdom,
being as it is in possession of all the
tacts connected with the caae, thorough
ly conversant with the sentiments' of the
people they represent, call the Conven
tion, it shall have the cordial and
hearty support of this paper in endeav
oring to elect one of the best men in
Franklin County to represent us in
dissipation, they will snon become .not
on?y blunted, but entirely lost. I
doubt Dot that the genius of the sire
.may appear in .the child. Uf this t iere
are notable ics auces both in h
couutry and theold world, but the spaik
ling wit -and livrly repartee of gerius
are not turned in mnDj cases to the
account of high moral grandeur. It is
only when the practical and rtMgiouR
are united with such a wonderful g:t
of nature, that we note the standard o
human perfection, and this is never the
case except by the most powerful ef
forts of self-contro!e and resistance
varied .temtationa. So it ir, thit
wLatevtr we are, we make ourse'vei
by adhering to those rules la.'d down
for us in tender years, when exarcp'e
and precept were necessary. The "rpa -tan
became the hardy soldier or. ly u -der
the tutoring of the nvat. stiingrt
discipline. -The A henian dceloj- d
he Tore- of education to such a s-and
st 11 ? "Where re the pupils from the
neighboring counties, or even from the
town -and vCMitf f.tUo . ought to be
there! Wbeie aie iliey f WLTnot the
honored namra of a Tiobbit and! a Ray,
arouse fnr almot psralized rr.erjy to"
Immediate H!! ant! ?c!ii-n ? So gorioos
a past mnt not be t rgottn. I chal
lenges all ocr teal in that great cans,
hich it so high.y honored. It promi
et tu rcst re ihe buried laurel, if wt
will on yb true to ounclves and to
God. It may be 6 air1, this is beauti
ful muice, asp'endid thcor ; put it
id practical shape and w will arouse.
Well, let us rxamice and eee if it is
fanciful or real. I cannot say with
accuracy, how many children tnere are
among and imtneeiiaMr around us,
old tnouh to commence a couree oi
s udy; but from' the best in'ormation I
can gather, there seems to be a sufh
cient number ti mtke up two schools
of 35 aach, dd to tbt-se all who by
proper u.fluence eonM be drawn from a
distance, and the figures would ba
much greater. This being assumed to
be true, the n- xt quesii n it how can
oar efforts be exerted in this direction
without interfering with tl e pecuniary
hopes of the many tea hers who now
divide the pantroaje t Being one of
thee teacher-. 1 can apeak plainly. I
am both ready and anxicu to contri
bute all in my power to br'mg about
such a desirab e end, t ec tuae I balieve
it will be of gnars.1 benefit to us alt.
1st, Ltt thfre be one sentiment and
one laten-st in tins matter.
2nd. Let the rates of tuitUa be put
at the lowest possible chargr.
Zrd. Let the tchools be entirely un
4tu What is very essential, let the
teachers w bo praida be of long x-
To thesa plain sugpstions, I sup
pose thre can b no objection. Now
as to the manner, iu which the rchoo!?
can gi iato 'ifeotive perati n and b.
made.pJrmareit. 1 '
1st. Let the trinket w1r b ave charge
of these matt. rs. se!ct ama pers in or
persons of r'i; lit j and tet, whi will
undertake the resp-in-ili iitf at thi'r
own risk', or what m tar oetier in -my
;udgemen ,1 two rr .iree e it'm-n,
or even more if h .ng'u adv shie, aa
same tha exjen?e . f eaiplojing such
teacher or tendurs and see that their
.salararies are prunvitly p.id,' and'at
the sarou tirn ct as a bwrd of rfer
enc, to viIrhb il any d ifuMi't-, s' o'tld
aay arise b?twcn te.ic'iT snd pupil
or teacher ahd-parcn , be r fere I ffr
ar'oi'rat on. I, may-be uii&tkeD. but
it deeus to me tiiit suc.i a plan i not
only possibl'1, but easy d accomplish
ment. I ub;uit these ugt sti na to
he public, actuated by. ihe deepeit
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY
Thi onriva led "edi ine i w rr d r.t
o ronta n i e vninlc e f XIraan RT or
auy inj r mi ,n neja ulst-iire bnt 1 '
I U K ELY VEGETA B,LE.
,cV!ta:nM c tlms" Konthern loot r.d h
- Ii e!i a i u i- rr vi. iwe uac w. etl in
Oi-iitri- nlier L vcr D.M-a-f iu"' i -
Ti 1. It will rure ad Disasc cusn-1 bv D -
r-u?;e'Ut of ne Lie b: d Ucw L-,
Simmons LiYer Rejalator ar meiicias
I in -T tlv a F.vrilv M- len": rA v e-
Ioj,; kf t ready f .rrrin..'d atiteMi w I -av
mai an ixvir i t unri t; abd uuny adul ar
ia time aid doctor' b :
A nd over Fort Ye r- -r'l d it '! r-
civ.i b mo-t unqualified te-'Miio .id 10
it vi. tues fiomtc sor.cfib hKUteba -actr
nd tep n-i .lit . Ludncut pt alcana
cnunendii an th- mi at
. EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC
FOIi I Y3rEr3lAOK I: I GESII-JN
Armrt wi U th'j ANTroTB all cl -m tc mil
er.n e i wi ;t nnJ I id n t to lae
w t'iout fetir. A a Item dy in Maukm!"
Fevik! Riw i Co.vpi.i.iT, Ui STLkSNK-a;
Jacsmcs Nusa .
It tve Cli'tp-st, Pi! rt ar.d r. t Fami-
1 Mod c ic i . i. e Wcr d !
Ib Di-mtUe u el o lx'l v
J r Z'-'lhiv A O
Mc Ga. ti d i biladki ratA
PricaJtO-'. i.o bv t.. 't vimmii
X'-. 1 Fayetlrri le 8 rre'.
Raleigh; fclGaslon R. R.
1 SurCCIXTEXIJET's OFflCC,' I
Kalclgh, N. C, June lltlt, '7-J.
On and after ilonda- June ITtli,
1872, trains ou the Ualcih fc tlaMou
Uiulroad, will rua daily (Sunday - ex
cepted) as follows:
, . .JLa.il. Train. . . .
Leaves Tlaleigh lO.fHl
Arrives at U eldon 3.;'.U
Ijeaves Weluori V.15
Arrive at KaleLrli 3.05
Arrive at Weldou.
leaves Weldon ....
Arrival at Kalehrh .
S.fiO p. ui.
C20 a. in.
i.15 a. m.
8.00 p. m.
ha i Eir.n, x, r. 1
rip!rpfr. Magnzloes and Law
B-'OK r Y-ry rVrrpti- D
bf'U d in t-be vet he-T '
Sty 1p nd a Leo r.ic-.
To ihe Public.
respectable society, vrhose name is the I in the man of acute taste, orW undtr
synonym of falsehood, whose chief busi
ness had been to defend fraud, the
apologist of thieves, such an apologist
of vice as that imagination sickens and
that body. "c hpo that no step will I invective exhausts itself in attempting
however be wkcti without mature do- to describe. In Scotland
liberation, and a .full -conviction that
tho measure is for the best int rent of
the party and tlie t ate, .which
are Synonymous ter. is.
. . i - i. -i
Tho Ciyil KlfrHrm
years I ago
there was a man whose trade was mur-.
der and whoje business was sell injr his
victims for gold He linked his name
with his crime
The paaker asked if the. gentleman
was speaking of any member of the
ITotne ? - r
This iniquitous, diabolical and hellish 1 Mr. Brown said no; h was de-
incasurc to force the white people of I scribing a mail ue had in his mind's
the South to associate on (xjual terms J eye.
with a race who were lately their The Speaker. -Does the gentleman
frlavcs, has passed tho United States refer to any member of the Hohse?
House of Represent at ires by almost a Mr. Hrown. No ; I have callled no
strict party vote, ihw too" under a names. And continuing, said : This
revolutionary modification of the rules nun's name was linked to his crime,
fo this purpose, and to enable the cor- J and throughout the world it was known
upt crew at Washington iu Ui re- as "Burking," If he was to describe
ng-days of their authority to per- everything pusilanimous in war, inhu-
)ctrato innumerable thetta and jobs f man m peace, fobidding in morals, and
upon the National Trnsury. And it .infamous in politics, h? would call it
was passetl too in direct opjshion to "liutlerisni. Sensation. ,
the will of the people of the country as The Speaker said he did not think
expressed at the luillot box in the the gentleman had answered in good
elections hist fall. They see that the
rcptre fast departing from Judah.
That the placas' that have known them
will soon know them no mo?e forever.
Seeing this they are determined to do
.tlieir worst in the few remaining days
of power that are theirs.
Last summer we were told by the
orators of the Republican party on the
tduinp that tho Republican party would
not pass the Civil TJights Rill into a
law. t Whak-luc they got to say now
when it has been passed, through both
Houses of Congress, and not a sinjrle I
Jemocrat having yotod for it ? Tt wag
right down falsehood then, and they
knew it then aa.Uyell as they do now.
Can such men be trntod again. No!
Mr. Brown The cha'r had no.
right, to anticipate whit 1 was going to
say. ; !- . u
Mr. Hale of N. Y. offered a resolu
tion of censure, to Mr. Brown, for vio
lation of the privilege of the House.
The Speaker then directed Ihe -ser-geant-nt-arnia
tojeonduct MK Browu to
the bar of 4he Houe, caused the reso
lution just adopted to be read by the
e'etk,' and said
. "Mr. John Young Brown, you are
are at J he bar of the Houfcc.. 'under a
foraiul lesolution for having ( trans -gtcsned
its rules bydiyorderly cj.nduct
and having rcsortcd to, revari. atioij
when a certain question was 'put to
you by tiio Chair. Fur this bvfdirer-
never! Lay thorn aside furever where 1 tunof the House, vou are to be nub
aciy ensuri io wurda tlu Vhair
they so justly belong:
Oootl lor LJio-ria
In the debate in the House of Rer
jdsentativea, on the Civil RightV bill.
Ir. J. Y. Brown of Kentucky said, he
did not propose now to discuss the U-gal
jpecta of tlie bill. He had done that
id, the last session. IK- !.ad hopd the
could utter could possibly -add-to 'the
gravity ti! tho occasion or the yeventy
of tl c punirhuient." It retrains isow
L wly in tle name of the Houseful- the
Ch ur to pronounce Us censure foi two
31r. Brown ha had intended no pre
Taricatiou. to tlie Speaker, and he
would now add tint he intended ,no
disrespect to the House He then re
tired to his seat.
ine strictest care oi nis mas.tr. iuc
Roman learned to coaquer, bysrix n; I
his eye steadfastly upon tne gtne; a,
who was disciplined in war from his,
youth, and s: on ad inSoatum. It is then
irresistible principle in our nature, that
if children would rise to our level, they
cannot do si without restraint, without
discipline and without system. The
most powerful engine to elevate and
reline, under the christian light .which
we enjoy, is aBolid education. I m-an
by education, that home training and
driMing, which is always the lounda
tion of after uaelulnt-B?, and atter that
the completed course in the school
room and college, all Ithis under its
three essential heads, to wit: the re-,
ligious, the moral iacd the secular. To
use the words of a distinguished mau
ot our own country, education is dis
cipllning the feelings of the childt re
straining his passions, inspiring 1 Irs
motives with truth, instilling in hini
a profound religious feeling and in cul
tivating a pure morality," Now with
out offering a piote3t against tbe ti e
general neglect in this imp rtant mat
ter, fori fed tqually guiUy. ! Would
it not be well, it wa would preserve th?
integrity ot our community, " to take
some precaution for the iature?
Shoukl we not use all the sippliancca
within cur limited nngr, to guard the
future againat thajt appalling ignorance,
which is ever tbe precosor of barbarian
nJght ! To reduce these ques ione to
one; are we as much concerned about
the education of tbe riairg generation,
as even our limited means will afford I
Here within our town, are two beauti
ful groves, which command tbe ad
miration of every visitor, ,the gift o; an
honored citizn, now dead, and each
with its spacious school building, capa"
We of accomodating from 75 to 125
students, and yet the larger ot the two
baa no school in operation wnile ' tae
other I am informed, baa an attendance
of not more than 3U pupils. This ia
unaecoontabb, when it is renumbered
that Ahoit!y before the war, and per
haps since, the entered students at each
ot these schools was not much less 1
than a hundred. Has the light of the
past ceased to shed its radiance upon
tbe fathers, and mother, who were
trait ed in those halla oi learning ?
Have they not the same interest in the
education of their children, that two
or three decades a;o, was. so manifest
in those who have passed away f 1
cannot but believe- ao. Then what
causes tbe languor ! what has brought
convitt ons of the jcoodr tha will fol
'o v thrni,.- if lait!i!u!!r carried cut.
I f'ls bat no one will irons' rue ny,
thin I h ive siid or may say in teird
to -.his matter, in any other Tght'tlsan
tb it of the -.most earnest w i -h to favr
a:ol upj:rrt, so f4r as in me lie?, a
enjte wVc'i I trust we ; have de.p'y
at h-art ; and wlu iiit is added, that
.it was only af'tr Irrquent solicitation,
tha I consented trt give to the public
my r ew, batd upoa a 'oraiil ex
pener.ce i 2'2 year in the echool room
and iU not the slightest lo ira to be
ao ciaUd in any capacity as a ,ccbr
in eitht-r ot the insvitunoiig. I know I
should be pardoned, even by those wno
may think me presumptious.
Comparatively a. stranger among
jpn, I have ventured to use that free
dom, hich more proprly-be!ongs to,
one '"'of the manor boro," or at any
ri-e, to oae whose identity has been
strengthened by yenr.
M. H. Yaughan.
Having uvvd my shop f my housp
alv.nt half. t il fiom t'l b 'sines pirt
of T ui', o th- F .i'.k!:i ton r-ad. I
take pit a-in- iu numing hf pro; 1-
o' F'iiok . ! t I am ;iri'r'd t !
all wok i'i ny 1 tp, a c eai a can be
ti Uf iseh. if. 'I am vtrj ibaoktn!
fr pas-t paTfviag', and -incerly lio
liii! von 'M'l c nvpnc in pi ro iz me.
i atu Vtry !Jt-y e 'fu ty,
IsH M GRF.EN.
P c.- r?".ie wihi!ir ;o liitvt w-rk
it' u , vdi b-HVf r with T.r H. liar-, at
Me-i-is. il.n.i.. & p;ea-t store ntd
wi I e r d -d ' i-romjitp .
Mail train makes clos- connection at
Wtddoii with the seabiant & R taooke
Railroad and By Line heamrr Tin.
Baltimore, to and from ail point?,
Horh. Wet and Korttiweit and with
tb-Petersburg Uailtoad via Pettrsonrg,
Hici.mond aixl Waubn'g'on Citv, to
and fr-m all points .Nortb and North
west. A"d pi Raleigh wi b th-;Nortb far
ohna K-ilr ail t nnd trim all poinr.
Stirh and S-iUtiiWrt-t. and with tbe
Raletfch & AUu-in Air L nt to Uav
wod an-i Fayettev'tle. '
Acctrnmo 'ation and Freight :raini
conn-ci at welcton wirh Acon.rao .
li and Fm 'tit traina on .-iiurd A
Koaooke KailrAd antl Ptter.-buig
Ami at R-b ig! wi n Accommo
tion an. I fieig ir dns n s .rtii Var-
lir Uti r i
P r'll hv:ng a'Ong he I if tbr
road c-tnvisi. KiIhii id ihe ;mroim-
oy Acci.n m mhui!! tram, and rtmaiu
at-veial tuur n:t it-iuru twe unir evr
uing - .
: A. B ANUREW8.
cUlihUULt. UK rilK l'jb.cUH
LUKO RATLROAD COMPANY.
PAS ENGER ! R IN5.
Lr.AVB WI.D- N.
F.X!'r si Train R.?J . ro.
Mali Train .4 Hp.m
ARRITk AT Pl-TKRfBURO.
Expier? 12.Wi n?
Dr. n ICITVO
Offers hia Proiessional Bervicea to
he public in
Evtry department or
Loaisbnrg at Warrecton ovtr
Dents Hotel, Norwood Jk Davis Store.
JOS. J. DAVIS.
ITT'Y Hi COUNSELLOR, at Li?
.. LOUISBU. Q. FitANKII-. CO. N C
W 11 pne'win ih t rl Oout'i J Gi4B
U t If.anklui. i-h. Wtrrn anl Wka.
I'r.'ir.it a tr!, tMi t itlto tka culIm-.
ti hi and r mit ; e- of iqm.t.
, Jolj 15, 1371. - i
3?. 5J. HlTOSSXiIi.
AT IORNEY AT LAW,
Frank uxi ox. N. C.
Will practice in the courts vt the Ch
judit ia! diit;)ct.
Piompt kttf ntiti piven ! th colUe
ri -a f c!aima. No 60 tf
......80) , in
. i - n
o 17 r.
Si PER PHOSPHATE,
. - 6 -
of ihe alvv p pu'r FliK! II.IZER,
fr-si. from il M u '" urt-r. in GOOD
1 DRY r e , :n SToliE a :d :ea-jy for
j In vidt r th t n re rr,y I e dis-vppoin-
tl th:s,y-ur in ? iif r a suj.-plf !
ibis bighiy jners-tul Mannrr, wej--i
quut our vts.ocieis to ca land get it
X rHICS TWO DOLLARS per ton
Uhi n.tD ia-t yar. bptcal cDtmcti
il e made Hiii tb re dcBTii p to
purciiosi- tor ot orS
ff 1IOLE3ALI OROClKg
Co m r i t $ i o n M e r c h a n t s,
No. 38 FayetteviM Street,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Oppoaite Metropolitan Hall.
CA7T0N Si DUN "AN,
O jo d--i of ci rrcr B'ouut aid
And Dialers in
ITALIAN'S,- AMERICAN MARBLE.
Ail kinds; rf Monuments, Tomb's
Heads ones and Garden Siatuiry made
toordir on re6nable rruif.
Ordi-is lro:u distance promptly
filled Call in person, or addr-s
t"B & Du cu-, P. O., N.'.SOS. -
PIANOS! PIANOS ! !
August Di.f.pp Manufacturer of PiaLo
ForteV, beys to announce, 'hat he i
su.-piit-d w'4b new and 8 CO Mlhnd
Pi!os, wl:icl hf S-n at l w prii t-f ;
ap ici.ti'H'8 ly Set tt r will rxivt
prmp: att.ntio . I AM PISE ARE!).
asMitd ty comp'-wrt wrkm-n t
n iderraKe' tlie most ext.nMve rpair
of every d-ciif ti'n.
Heb rrnce made to tbe mu-i-al prr-v
It'Si'n i' gtneri', and to my largi- unn"
bt r o' y rn .-
Ju y 17-12- v. UsVieli, N; C
Notice to Merchants and
Y u sre nquir.d bv law to eire
1ih Kiiocn' t onr purc'A-es on tlf lt
da ol .1 nu -.ry n J Ju!t. Tbi.Sf wi.n
. avt 1a'l-d to yie n w.il do ao widi
ut -t!fty,'nr v. u t echtr-:ei double
J. tt, TUt KER,
J - 2C w
Boarding and Day
Wqx Xrh Itadicse
LOUISRURG, N C.
A r n i v . at U xi s.
yV !' 30 a n.
i-xpr a T.bvl p. u.
L ' v- P. te sui; 0 00 p. m
J.e.ave Wibio K 3ij . tti
Arnve at WM -n ;, ) . h .
Aittve a l'rt ltlui 4..0 a u -
I e" te IV r. i.mir C-2 a. m.
l,i.m. uj it. .... i lii j. in. ;
Aiiive i vaiii Ii iu.
.Ul V r-l.u 7 UU ... ii.
FtHibiB t'.i i stun Uranrli wiM b
T-t at l IV it ii, t d-1) t i'f
fin A.O.N1).-, Y.iaud I l:i;;liAY5
Ti.t: iiep; wli tie cm svl ui 4:.ui i in.
No gooca wdi riteied alter t .-it b u,
J. C. fePitlUU,
Kfifnier nd (icu. ral Mi a- r.
Tn y? tcn, . C , June 8, 1RT2.
CHANGE BF SCHEDULE
ON' and afVr.Tun- 10th itisLint, PAWir.'ei
TiaiiiH on the ilirmutoti a:i.l WrUni
lU'tiroad will run ah follow:
Le ve Union Depot dailr (nnrfay-exe.-pte
t 805 a.m
irrivrac (ioldboro... 12 ii n. m
C. H. Goato, . H. SjciKr
COOK & SFEivCE
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
'&tlL Selicitexo in
LQU1SDURS N. C.
TF;'l a"e- l Courts nf Naa',Frtr l
' lt:i. O-anv.lle. Waten,nc YakCoQn.
ti . '. ! '- Si-pr m f' rt t N itb
i.arobiiH t nd Ihe C. . C n-uit aid d
ConT. v N i 7-tf
Whiteiaw & Crovvder,
C'f.'tf Riiit a'd M-n s rre's,
Ate lr p it 1 :o rircisli
3Iarhc To::!bs tones
Ot ail kln.',
A"m.. ab k'li la of
fi TTT' O T V
h yr I l"tir'i i n . A; ;
m t e co n i. r n
d. I t
S X HEASONS vhy
a it tj
y v u Ci ; r: rr.-. ix
a u i. m.
320 p nt.
9- 15 a. ra.
Il:t7 a. ni.
1:16 p. m.
6X" p IB.
10.1 p m.
4.66 a. iu
7:1 1 p. m
88 j w
10- M p. m.
' Jtocky Mount
L eav V eldon tlaib (bun lays ex-
Arrive at Uockv Mouut.
- oIdfxn ,
- Union 1 p t
' , EXPRE TUal.V.
1 eare Union Depot daily at....
rnea U"J jgtx.ro...
i'.OC"V 31 oun
Ieavd VNidon daily ,
..rrive at i.ocky Jlount ....
- Gold boro
Mail Train mak clo e cunnectiun at wi.
do . for all p int North via ISay Llue ami
-cquia C--ek tout.-..
Expva ' rain counecu only .jtj, ioui
ei-k mute : u Imku'i tuhvt alerp.n
Car- ob thia tr.in
Hefg 't train w II I av Wilminj c tri
nrek y at 6.U0a. insane arrive at 1.40 p. wr
xpre r rti - lit t in willl,ve iliain-.
an dail (undya xc pled; at 6 p. ia . and
ie at 11 in
SE ABOARD & KOANOK
' FriCE BAI.AkD A OlKOIlU U .. )
f..Vu.tnh Jan I t, i. 5
C H ANQ i Y UtLULL.
O au.. iiur VH Ja uar lt 1876,
an. wj. .eave . Id . tla . iSaaoa. -
C V'- C) f.liuw; '
JBa i .ik.ju 3 fc ...... 4 w
2 Fiibt train at
l 4 a. M.
8 A. M.
Aurivx t r. it
M dl train Only t...;
Tbe cibtb sesj-ion f t!nalxve f-emi
nary will open promptly We n.-aday 13
January le75, aud continue ful twen
Board per session including wash
lights, ruel and FurnUhed
Looms, $ 75 of
JriilUh B'rancb a in full 12 50-15 0 Y
r rench and Latin each, 5 Ou
. 1. ii.'ic on I iano, 20 00
iiu tar, . ' 15 00
'o charge for use of Instrument.
Mo extras or ii:cidenUl.
I lunl oue balfiu advance. Tuition
at close of ix-sfkm.
l'upils wbo live in tbe C ounty going
borne Friday evening, aud re nrniug
Mouday morning, clutrcd correspond
circulars sent on application.
illSS COUSELIA A. CBK8HAW.
"With firctcla&a Assistant.
i jj train mm r t r i k w
0. L enbi tr.lu la l i 1 2 00 u.a,
V.3. iriht mnit 4'Or.u
rjit t.i.a tive .tij er Car rt.
teiuem f E-lectAr. PI m ,ntb A fa..
ug .n 'fkitr. aiHl 'fh wai Uivera
rra ku at 7 40 a
Mcnecas and 'ridj,.
Sapt. of Tiauaporlaxion
tL K. DOl'SOS, .
formerly of I ha
, ' ' Proprietor.
Thla raitBifieent HOTEL, after having
been tb'-roazrdy renoTatei and rtfluad. ia
now op for tho accoxumc J at ion t.tguei.
Coird, firtt and second floor. 13 Fr day.
xiiira and roarth floor, $2,59 per day.
LLbexai.tcxA to pemaaant CoarJar
LIFE U'M AH3E C MPANY.
a.'i cuestsut strke't;..
lit. B.t-.d?c it i "ne of tbe nllett
c u.p.wiiei i-. the otntiy, and pan the
d.y of .cxperim ira. j
2 '. ; lie niiit vcry po'icy bol 'er is
am-niber ot tbe Conipjny, mtitledto
all it atlTiufagea and pnvil gr, Lv
it.g a ngbt tu vote at all eUciion for
rutee and thnt Las ao kfluence ia
its rnang mtrt.
3J li.cu e it lias the largest ac:n
multtct fat-d of any L:fc Lnaurance
C- m'paov in tbr Htaie.
4'b. .iircaiire fy ec;n mical maa
ajfnefi. i: .-utio of cXfMrna.M ti bral
incom-i i far Ihmow iu ater-gr ot L fe
tympanies, (See OiH.ial IoiuraoCt
R p irf.)
5 b. B-cauFe it has declared nnra
dividi-iM .iu number, .and of a larger
average i-en entae, ibao a iy Company
in ibe U uted 8 ate
F r rnmp; Policy X fat
ha ttn paid to Xlv-t wblow (l
a pb ladiph a merchant, Uj.oa lii.b
tfre ij-tbfr dividend had been de'
ilar -d, ae ain fifty aev.a jer cti.
Hid ti.ee uivioenda beeo um1 t pur-tb-i-e
ad liti i s o tbia pdicv, $5,041
m-e woaid bave bees realized mak
o tbe policy wor.h $U,04C.
61). Bi.ctufte it is liberal in-ita mta
isjcme.it, prompt ia it setttleueab
aile bejond a cowrygrttrj9 and ita ratrs
are as b h aoy firU-il Couipai.j
in the country.
PriiiCipa-' Fa.nrcf. - Small cxpeoui,
aIimpi eecurityt'aryc return prrmiuoi,
.prompt p-iyrnent of lof, and liberali
ty to the iuurd.
W. II. FINCH, Gen'l, Mataer f r
W. D. SPaUILL, Geo:. Agest,
Frk iou rt"N. C. .
We bare on band good aatortmea
of Bi?:i. Carriaeea, Phaeton aa4
Dixie-, raa 1 and finiabed in tbe very
best styl, all Warranted for te!r
Ordra f r ar. WLicIe ni any Stjlt
fil d at hrt not ic- nd guaranty
to p'etse. R?pa!rinjr dooe oo sbart
n itice. r fy
All fizea-f risk
METALIC BURIAL CASES
alwajs on band. Also Wood Cflc
of any size.
We have a' a good aascrtoseat
Cirnbric Burial Robes , a new artkU
Sered very cheap.
JOHN W. WILUAMfl CO.
. janelS ly,