GEO. S. BAKjiK, I'&ioruiCTOit.
IiorisBuito... 19, ISZjL
' We w ill send Tourier and
'Godcf Lads' BoCt, -with beautiful
chromoItejicu; 12 " mouths for
Fresh Garcleri S eeds. fx
The largest iut t Uncivil teeUa ever
brought to this market ju received at
the Loaisburg Drug Store.
B7" A Ireab aupply of Prog " '
, i For Sale r Rent.
A Qtore ffne at CrpeotrMill-on
tbe Tarbyr Ii-ad, Mm 19 1-2 acres
attached, nuply to
JULIUS P TI1IBERLAKE. :?
I have a large and varied Stock, of
Goods on band, which I will sell very
cheap for (CASH. Call and examine
and I think you will be satisfied that I
jam offcriuafiij Goods cxceedlnely low.
- T. N. CAHLILE
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We have received from L. A. Godey,
the publisher of jGodeys Lilies Book,
i beautiful chrotuo, entitled, Tbe
Rescue" This chrofho is sent to
every subscrilerto tbe Ladies book
for 1875 Price of subscription to
Ladies Hook and CuUMfcit, $4,50.
We would respectfully call your at .
tention to tbe new rich, and cheap
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver
Ware, Clocks and, fancy good?, at
Youngs, Marble Front Jewelry Store,
chrncr Syoiujore I & Hmk streets,
Petersourg, Va., Solid 18kt. plain
lold Rings for , engagement and wed
hing ' purpose?. ( Yimngs, Celebrated
Perfected PeriKCopio Spectaclss and
Eye GUsses, will improve and beneSt
'Call and see them - when you visit
1 lm11 in future sell for Oasii onij.
Mall ny'tj Exira Flour j-er barrel
Mstllory's liefct i!xtra warinutod,
Miill"r)rt Family warranted $7,50.
N-iN par keg $4,25. . -
Silt Iiivcr'j-ool per mu-V -2,25.
Iron" jp.i lb 4 ct&."
5Vlr RUil 12. cts.
ldors, f 10 ct.
.'A 1VL1. LI.VK OF G.rpCEUim AT LOW
If g.odb do not iumiQ up to repre
sentation, they fau.be retuitd. tnd
the tuuiitv rtfuw.Jcd. Cash uhmi can
ave imtiev t
MA LORY'S CASH STORK.
IJL'autifiil and Interest
Ilcv. M. li. Pimiall is agent fur the
''Cress and Crow u," a COO page Bouk
dij the Ilev. James D MoCabe jr.
Tbe hook is a history f the 'Bufferings
and triumphs of the heroic men and
women, who were persecuted for the
teligion of Jesus Christ, The beok is
printed on fine white paper, with large
clear type, and contains 17 large
steel engravings, lie sure to see Mr.
1'innell. end give him your name, as
tbe book is only sold by subscription
Valuable FlOUring, CriSl
j n n:n roi
inu law niuib, lur Dait5
.The Dvi mill property situated rin
Sniy Ce-k in Fiankiio cnnty i? oi-
'ferfu for sle on retomtbie trrma.
Ihf d s sre in od runniriij order,
and draw custom from a Urgec.'iw ol
country, Connec ed with J the mil's 1
80 acrva cT pood lnd.
i.py to W. L THORP,
Kfcky Mount n. y
During March Court I shall offer
my entire stock or good at auetion.
Tae auction will continue frot day to
-day until the whole tock is sold. I
cannot spevif in this uotico the arti
cle that will be uffarsd. I will only
any that the tock is very geueral.
Dont forget, March Court, i aucti- n
bouse at the old stand of Terrell & Har
ris on Court St.
A. T. UZZLE & BRO.
Feb. 12-75. I
Louisburg, N. C.
JL. D. Cet eea
"be presuat proprl tor has leased
iihe btfle ' otel, (formerly occupied
lv James Ite l) fo a number of years.
e is preiMwed to accommodate
rpmiLar and traasient boarders, has
o . ... . . .1
. . r.,.. 1 hi.i.tctiiifl mwl KttA I
in Inthebeststvle. 1 e has also larire
nd convenient oomi for r-alesJie to
display their xn)ple. Tlie table is
lally suppUed .vitn tne oest tne m r-
ket Affqras lie W m fAre no pains
? Doaxaeracomioriaoicjj . r:-. -hich: thrf hkrintzrh
nd hopes be will receive a liberal
patronage fromhP pubJie.
fia..m 18,75 ,
Monday bright and cold.
your Cciinty paper.
" " AHveri : we Tn tWCbT IttER.
SuWeribe5 for he Courier.
Room foT more Cash subscribe! s.
No trouble to receipt for subscrip
tions. ' ;' ' -. ' r. 5 ? - s
31mh?lTrrtr opnsTmttt 8th of
The subscription list of the Cockier
is increasing. 4- - , f
Webeueyjs all the ice bouses in this
section have been filled. V t
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' ' ' "H" i . -i-Mw " "
JTou can get" all kinds' of Garden,
seeds at Clifton's Drug Store. -: " n
The W ikon Gift Concert came off as
advertised -;on the 10th. Wt did not
draw a prize.
Anq pa g.HaTIQJ AV 3 0
Ticket No. 1797 in the Wilson Gift'
Coucert, drew 1$25, and .was I. held by a
citizen of Louisburgv He is proud as a
boy with a " brand new top."
Read the advertisement f Rev. M.
R, Pinnell, in the special column. The
book for which he is agent, is well
worth the money asked for it. i
Not a single, dwelling bouse in this
town unoccupied, and a unuiher of ap
phcauts cant be supplied. Build up
the vacaut lots. :
b 3t!s joj '3jttq noi jo ano Xiir v
Married- 3 upton Collins. -On
the 14tb inst., by J. J. Jones Esq. Mr;
C. K; G upton to Miss Cornelia Culling
all of this ' County.
Married Gordon- Gujton. '-On"
the 2nd inst., by Nekton Davis Esq..
Mr, Joseph Garden toMUs S, Gnpton,
nil of thin county.
Married Tluuuj n Parish. Ou
the 21st J.iii., ljy .T. J. J(u"s lq., Mr.
T. Thomas" of Warrenr to Miss ' Lu"
iCiiJa Parish, dangh-yr of U . Parish
U.rm.kiin, '..'";'... , :" f'-:4
Married Cok -riiayes.--. On Wed
ncsdav nilit the 10 inst., 'at. the ros',-?
dence of the ; brides mother, :by ti e
Uuv. II. IL G,ibbous, Mr. It: P. Cooko
.0 Miss-M. M." Hay 03, all of Franklin.
i$&l'kV& Lt.ss. Dr. J, liuxtuii Vil-'
lialjst? iu Gold itic Tuwiislup, bad the
misfoituiie to x have his r fine- saddle
burbe to break his leg, by running be
tween two - trees, while playing with
another horse .
Totatok FAKxrso. Mr M. S.
Davis, principal of tue Male ylcadeiny
at this place, raised from one irish
potatou. arly Hose) one and one
fourth bushels measured. ' loat it 11
you can'. , ' 1
Tl . r -j- . ' ' , r. . "T.
It u rAnnrtaH that Clil Htnro&att
will srinn hsvrf in nrmfratmn At ni
..... ri "
Gold Mine in this County, thirty
rock crushers it work. We hope he
may succeed in ga'.ting out a large
quantity of the procious me'al.
Two inedieal societies met in Port
land the other day. A car load of
giave-gtones also arrived daring the
I day I It is not often that the eterna
tae of things stick out in this man-
I ner. Foreland Trees.
Mr. H. C- Jones, the Mail Contrac
tor on the line from this place to Frank -
linton, has comfortable hacks, strong
horses and reliable drivers to take pas
sengers at all hours to any point they
may wish to go.
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Entertainment. The young
ladies and gentlemen of this place, will
give a. Concert and 'entertainment dur-
I in" JIarchT Court. "' The proceeds for
tne benefit of the M. E. Church, We
hope they will have a large attendance.
and realiie a good large sum of money.
Usuart.. Our experience in finan
cial matters having been so very limi
ted, we , really don't know what our
position is on " the Usuarv bill. If it
will increase our subscription list, or
make delinquents pay up, or make
noneT matters easier
tJ then let us have
the usuary law passed fvtthwith.
Please settle your subscription, to
tbe Courier,.-, without having to be
appealed to in person. " It is very
nnnU.Mnt ; t ntt tr Ann . fnr lmnnu
and it U equally unpleasant to the par-
ty duuned. So make all happy.. by
paying upon sight," and dun t wait to
be reminded that jeu owe for your
1 subscription. -
1 rw i m m eras
1 ins v ATBXT iAOAzncs mis
I r2M.:... Lki:kli u i. a TV,-
uuuiuucu ui ww rww.
0 J '
, Boston Mau, is now in lU fiftieth yeir-
I It ia a sixty column iagaxioe, 'and
I furnishes with each uutuber a page of
the choicest music. There ate nocon-
Unued Btorie8; aU are eondnded in the
price of the paper is $5,00 for 12
$3 for 6 $1,50 for S conths.
f . v
Inq poy t doiuaaa anoX )uji no 1
We have nothing to aay oa the Ctn
vention qutstion this Waek-. We have
had our ay and are how waiting for
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-u.p inol" o 3aupmos jq
noX pa -jjiioq qoij pust a9M
.q Xp fjala'g.iJHOfl g oj 09
Attektiox DELniQUENTS.I de
sire, ad who are in arears to the
Courier, to make it convenient to set
tle up before or during March C'ourt.
2 "e are requested to publish that Prof
Charles E. Taylor will preach in the
"Baptist Church next Sunday at IP
A. M and 3 o'clock P.M. He will
preach at the above hours on the 1st.
and 3rd Sunday of every month during
A man . out West who married
widow has invented a device to care
her'of "eternally prauiog her for
mer husbaod. Whenever she begins
todeoant oh his noble qualities, this
ingenious No. 2 merely says: Poor
dear man 1 IIow I wish he had not
And iVow. - And now the head (.f
the family, returning home from Lis
"club" through the sharp midnight air,'
gently rolls his ec ing spouse ove to
tho cold side of the bed. and sinks
rr-fcjj into the vacated spot with a
sig'i of thankfulness.
Burned to Death. On the 4th
inst., on the June Alston plantation
in Gold Mine Tow&sliip, Patience Al
ston, a colored woman aed about
60 years, was burned to death. The
body was entirely consumed, nothing
found but the charred bones. The
house was nearly burned down before
it was discovered.
Also on the 11th in Sandy: Creek
Township, George Tsrrell a colored
mar. about 65 ) aars old. was no badly
burned that hd'el -ia a fvr :j.itiu!a.s
after he was f.iuud
SnkEiDANs Killed Allu ling to
General Shtridan's report of ,'56 as
the exact number of aersoiiK who have
been killed in Louisiana since 18G on
account of tlx i r j ol i t i opinions, the
New York Trtb ne pertinently, asks:
"And now may we not ask fr a few
name to ' accompany the figures ; ai,d
while you are about it. General, since
you prefer to be precise, kt us have
your authority for such statements ?
Some of . the men who know of thee
murders and w&undinp ought to be
found and examined by Mr. car's
Ceutatn Signs.- If you break a
I looking-glass it is a sign you will have
J to get another one.
If you help yourself to a piece of
butter wnen you already have a piece
on your plate, it is a certain sign that
I you have two pieces,
I c - . '
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H I ' ;
get a great way before Sunday.
If you drop a fork and it sticks in
the floor, it is a good fork.
If you spill the dish cloth on the
floor, it is a sign you'll have to pick it.
These signs all hold good in dry a
time, i .
Wanted A Bank in Lonisburg.
'Wanted Jib re houses iu town, to
Wanted A. Bakery in town, it will
JFanted A tire Com j any in Louis-
Wanted A new market house, the
present one is a, disgrace to JLbe town.
W'anted A few hundred more
cash subscribers to the Courier.
Wanted All who owe us for the
Courier U pay up, without further
notice. .- ,
Wanted Oeu'll Grant to attend to
national i.ffairs, and not be i terfering
with Sute affairs.
' " - '' ' ' . . ,.l-
ITanted The farmers to raise more
i -wa. a I
nogs ana plant mom corn, ana pay
more attention to stoek raising. .
Wanted Some one to christen our
new granite jail, and report whether
or not the oells are eomforuble. ;
CwttntJ to stop reading his neighbors
Courier and subscribe for ft himself.
Wanted Every Merchant, Mechan
ic, Doctor and Lawyer in Franklin
Ounty, to advertise in the Courier.
iranted Some more men like Jno.
Young Brown in Congress, just to re
mind th Beast, : tccasionlly of hia
'Wanted To see the town Ceme-
lary, newly walled io. Shame open
the citisena of .Louisburg, that this has
VfP long neglecUd.
Lcuisbnrg, Feb 19.
Cotton t - - 13 1
U , Petefur Feb. 18.
LOUISBUUU, N. C.
SASH, BLINDS AND
MADE to ORDER, and all k.uds of
Mttcbine work done at short notice, 00
a reasonable trtaxt as tlwhere U, the
S ate. All grtdes 9t Coffiin?, Famish
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
Having formed a copartnership with
Mr. w. li. Bea' bHm, formerly of Rich
mond Va., whose reputation as an
Archiiect and Builder, is well known.
We are pr parrd to make contracts and
do all kinds of work in our line, on
modi-rate terms. We guarantee all our
I most heartily return my .banks to
my lornif-r jairn"t ana Boucit a con
tinunce ot their patronage.
P. H. S M I T H,
It AW BONE
smoah auwwrrEio f
ZOO IDS. f
1 ni uiumsil nn
S' PER PHOSPHATE,
rf hiP l.ov. p pu' r FERTILIZER,
fr-l. t'r.m the Ma u " fun r in GOOD
DRY r 'e-, :n STOEE a d ;eiJy for
I:radci th-t nre my "e "Hsappoin
ifd tli year ii peruii ia supplv ot
this liigh'.y tUi'-cessiul Mhuh", wer
quct ur wus oceis to ira 1 and get it
at onre. f
PRICB TWO DOLLARS je-ton
lew hnn lat ynr. 8pcial mntracts
will be made with those dcs:rir g to
purchase lor rot on.
While & Shaw,
COMPLETE THIRTY HORSE POW
I i rortaoie steam saw Aim, nsea six
months, warranted to le i peifect as
nry n w mill Cost $2,750 cash.
Pi Ice $2,150. Terms easy.
25 HORSE POWER-POR-,
IN FIRST CLASS ORDER.
of various Horse-Powers,
Gum and Leather Belt
ing, Steam Pumps,
mriimT i o SAWS Etc
Stnd for deicrip'.ive Circular.
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We mention a lew to whom we hve
e Id second Land4 Eibc : '
W. 8..M1IX-RT, Frankli'iton, N. C.
H. J. Gaocav, Ltxirf, N. C
J. A. Bcxtok, & C Ja. ksoo, N. C
Baajtow & PLaisaafa, Lou'uburg,
T. A. Pricjs& Co.,Stat sville, ,
V. Stirs WAI.T, Happy Hwme
R1H1I & HUNTE',
RichDoad, Va. .
I It AW BONE II
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B. P. CLIFTON'S. .
My tu ck of Wia'er G od. is now
con pV. an 1 1 intend to sell them Ei
e eding'y 'ow 'or
C A!S IT.
I willm.ka ittnvnuradvar.tVg ttixtm
f my Goods fore pnrchraine eUe
w'trre. if yon will call I will slify yon
tba what I say is true.
In add! I to rny stock of
. I kr-ep a'sa a nprb stock of
WINES, BRAI1DYS&, WHISKEYS,
A I of the very best brands.
1 alo bavt a splendid suit of
Nire'y nd comfortably fittrd nnis the
Srto.d floor ol my store, tor Silksxkx
travelii g with samplts and UeaJa at
Have your Cotton ginned at
MTST GIN". .
I guarantee a bale weighing
4Q0 lbS. FrOHl 1100 IbS.
Of good seed Cotton including .
Bagging and Ties.
I aUo pay the highest price for Seed
Cotton, ia Cash or Merchandise. AH
Cotton received at my Oiu is
as soon as received, at my own expense.
6. P. CLIFTOX,
G. W.ill NNIS,
Old No. 47, New 141 Sycamore 8u
Exrcu es errry style ot likeness from
cmi to hit aire, iu the bte: Mjlea of
a t. Prict-s mod r t satisartion
. ua-ant Gtlleryeata lahed Ij 1874
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63 . . 63
J PETERSBURG, Va,
Watclimaker and Jew
. riSK Watches and Jwcl. y of . the bea
Manufuctor and at tli lowevt ices.
All woik pe aoiwllj attended to and war
ranted. tl C3 8y camot e St. , Petersburg; Ta
WUOLKBALX O KOCIKI
Co mmi$sion Mtre ha n t s,
No. 53 Fayettevilla Street,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Opposite Metropolitan nal'.
To the Public.
TTavlnir moved mv shoo to mv bouse
about halt mile from the bosinera part
of T.iwn. on the Franklinton road. I
lake pleasure in iafoiming tbe people
ot Frankirt that I am preparrd to do
all work lit my 1 oe, as cheap as can be
done elsewhtre. I am very thankful
fur past patrouag, and aincertly hope
that you nl.l c nttnue to pitronii me.
I am very Respectfully,
ISH AM GREEN.
' p. S; Parties wiahlng to have work
dune, will leave It with Mr Bailer?, at
Messrs. Barrow & Pleasants store and
will be t tended to piomptly.
J U CaTTOJI tOaCBT L VMCkM.
CAYT0N & DUNCAN,
One door East ot Corner Blount acd
Morgan &treete. '
Raleigh, N C,
And Dealers ia
ITAUiH & AIIER1CAH DARBLE.
All ktntbi ct iloanmcnliL Tomb.
Htadstones and Garden Btataary made
toordroo reaunble Urm.
Orders from a dlatanoe promptly
filled. Call in person, or addrese Cy
tn A Dutcan.P. C, No.303.
PIANOS! PIANOS !1
AtJOcrrDnarr Maoofacturerof PUlo
Torte, bee to annoobcr, hat be ia
supplied-- with new. aad arcood head
PUooe, which bo offers at low prices;
applications , by letter will recrive
pnmp atuntio... 1 su nu, AKLU,
asoti by cofspetret workmen
aiacnaae mo now ukuits rtpaixs
ot every cesenpuoa.
Relvr-ra made to the masical pro-
fessma i csaer at, aad to my large oamj
ber 01 pa rw. .
JU7 S7iz-o. .wwjn, if. u
"" " FERTILIZEES! . 1
JM$S "AD. CCLLZLE PAC jlC "GUAIID: LISTER'S
STALDAnO SU? ER FuutrilATE OF U:.'.H. ATDJOS uAWEOIE
p?2Ei,ATE 0F u-!Ef fuzeco::e oust aiio dissolved
COJIE. LAI1D FLASTEH
Th w rer-ire haT Wu trWyttr alvt Ttar. d oae te-d take
th risk of rzpcrimeatlBa: with n-w and natried arUcka. They arv pat apoa.
tbe market pmn Ike moA fivoraaU teraia.
LUtrr'a 8ian-Unl Super Phwphatis Cah 30.
Whann'a Rawbone Bop r Phosphate Cask,
SPECIAL TZ&1X3 :
We will sell rWuble pacific Gono and Lisi-'s BUodan! 5cpar PhepIreU of
Lime for WaM(400 poundt.) of Cotton, per Yon, and TThana's Haw B ee So
per PhoaphaU ot TJae for a bal, (433 penads) of Cttoi, per toa of tOCO
FJLTABUX XlOYCuCZR 1st, 187f .
TVe raarantee all Pertiliteri sold by r to be FREE from ADULTERXTlO.f.
8ead ia your rders early aid they will nave prompt atuatloe.
WILDER. TERRELL Cl HARRIS,
LOTOBURO, IT. C,
W A E D & "B -R Ot
Franldinton, n C,
Are dft-nnlnfd to close oat their LARQB and ASSORrSD TTOCK f
AT TUE LOWEST POSSIBLB riQCRE'.'
II you waat groli CHEJLP-C1LL ON THElf. Aay klad ef prodice
takea ai best price,
W A r ; 'd; & B no,
Parntllnton, K. C.
W..H. IJorris & Sons.,
COTTON FACTORS JKD
23, 25 and 27 Commerce St.
WiP make liberal Currency advan
ces on produce or bill lading In hand.
Mr. A. 14. Noble, of N. C, la cos
nected with our house, and will be
pleased to receive the patrcnag of
W. 0. WOLFE,
Uarble, fttoae, Hrkdstones,
Monaments, Tombe, Granite
Works, At, At.
Cor, ef Morgan and Blount Streets.
R AL BIQ H, N.C.
. Work done oa tire most rrasenable
Roar. C. Stoxx, Aseat,
apr 10 ly. Looisbarg, N. C.
EVERY person sending as SO ceat
win rcelv, regululy for tia month.
Tits Foavairia, tsre. eisrht pise liter-
I jv and family kmrnat. aad as oren
I iom, we sen free, two magnificent pie-
I tores, "Little white Kittena" Terv
caooing and pretty, and "My Littlr
PNyFellow," a little girl with her dog.
Botn are really beantlfal. Tbey arc
M x 18 inches la S', aad are splendid
works ot art, beiag prioted ia twelve
different tiats aod colors. . They are
bound to gire satistacUon. Tbe psptr
elx whole mooths aod two sjperb pie-
tares for only S3 ct. Order ly mall.
at oacr. Addrris W. U. BUhROW,
TuM iVr, Bristol Tens.
Age ate waatet to sell oar fie en
grrvmga; 3 to $10 per day easily
SUCCISSOR TO DAVIS A BRO
Hakes a Specialty of .
fL0Un,C0FFEE, SU3AD, SYT.173,
I Ji keeps allotb.r gooda attaeheil
the bi aest
IRON FRONT BUILDINO,
f awner of Wa-r aad- Coi
tu n:iM:.i trM.u
1110 riiuia iunu.
of New Turk is the largest aad chap
1 m fir, family peprr. It ia fi lei
to I with fie engraviit ard the Ut of
1 readiss matur. It is seat ewe year
I trl with rn'radid ornBiamj. lor nv
1 noc do'lar ad twraty-five seaU(ll).
I lUc to MPirnaux. TToaxx' ITw
I Yotk. or auUcribe at the ese ef tbl
I rMptr. Wt club with It tot caly CI.C0
Vor.l, 1875 I33XO
If .v. 1, 187J. 53.00
Hot. 1, 1873, 57
DoX'TTUIXX OF PCKC2ULSU.Q
Before tendiacr to cs far oar nrW
list. Watches sent a O. D. with priv
ilege ft exemlnir g before parchulD.
Priors lower thaa aay ether house la
toe urantry. ,
BA1.ESU . OM 07 THE AMERICAN
ALEX. R. HARPER te, BRO.
pans cz Anmcon.
Sept. It Ly
HAWKINS & CO.
No. 43 JT. Lombard Strtff.
liberal cash advances made npoa
consignments. Ragging and Ties fur
nUbed t lowest rates.
SEABOARD A ROAN OK.
RAILROAD COUT ANT.
Omca Saaaoaaa A IUanSt It ?
JNrUnooXk, Jam 1 t, ll.S
C1IASOC OF eUHTULX.
Oe aaA aflar TrUtr. Ja oa-r 1 ir.
1 I. - V I I ' j . . ...
ecWl) a tnHowt'. - 7"
. Jla.1 iraik tfar a, ...4 r
H . 1 rttfeur uui aailj at 4 a. si
X 2 rrlfcht uaia at
t a. at.
A1T2 AT FOUmiOVTIX.
IX n lrla Tij at TT,T., ?3 r m
No. 1. ricltraUolr S 1 08
li-'.a. Ir UbS Traiat at 4 'Or.au
Uctd, :r kve fMMSera Cmt at
hf ta Mlkvser. aod Cwvs Hirers
U. Fra kU a 749 a. sc. UAu
WlaUf a aad rrkla a. '
C O GITIO.
Sops, of Trapor.af
Holi do to Llerchanls and
T are required k aw to ffre fo
the ajDooat t j oar peUs oa tbe lt
dav ol J ouarj at July. Ttne Ho
tSTM tailed ! ive ia arill do so with
at delay, or jowUt thr;ed dbjo
' J. tf. TUCKER
Jaa. f 2 tw.