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Franklin Courier STATE AND LOCALT
GEO". j. 13AKE11, PiiOrnurroR.
Ahul, 2, 175.
, We will cnd the CouniEtt and
(fyJcy'a Lady JJoofc, with beautiful
Oil clirumu " Rescue,'' 12 mouths for
The name of Mr. H.C.Jones' new
hack, which runs every day from thb
place to Franklinton is "The Rose
Rud," it is both pretty and comfortable.
Mr. T. N. Carlile desires to see every
body that comes to town, at4i:s stort on
main street as he has a larre stock of
J. , 111 A- Ji .'
tt oous, wmtn ne is anxious io uipose
of before be starts uorth for his sprin
The Waveuly Magazine This
Magazine published by Moses A. Dow,
Boston Mass., it now iu its Bftieth yeir,
It is a sixty column . agaiinc, and
furnUhc? with each number a page of
the choicest music lhcre are no con
tinued stories all are concluded in the
paper in which they begin The
price of the paper is $5,00 for 12
3 for C $1,50 for 3 ronths.
Having dic'tned to buiM on my va J
cant lot oil M a iu street between Mr. I
T. N. Cai li'e's ptorc and Mrt-. haws 1
residence, offer the " same for Kale, J
hmiv r. wivri I
iijr in urn aii'i'i .jvi, v..
We Avftuhl respectfully cally-mr at- j
tention to ths new rich, and cheap
Watches, Jewelry, DioionJs, Stiver j
Ware. Chicks and fnncv trool. at
Yihings, Marble Ftxwt Jewelry Store,
cuincr fe-'airc As lnk' trivets,
Piitwsouvg, Va., Solid 18kt. plain
r!old Kings for cngageuieut and wed
bin'' purpose?.- Yuniit Celebrated
.Perfected VerimnAi fijV'aclsfi atil
KyciWh!. .iU imjtrove aiwl benefit j
and (. them when you visit
I Am in future soil for Ca.11 oniy.
MalloryV Extra . Flouf-j ' per barrel
Mallory T Jest
.lalhiry's Family warranted 7,50.
Nails per keg $4,25.
Salt Liverjool per sa .-k 2.2.".
1 Iron pei lb 4' els.
Sides ll.iil L 12 ct?. i
' Sho 'Iders, :' 10 cts.
A KI LL LIJtKOF UKOCKUIIJS AT LOW
If gods do not come up to repre
sentation, they can be returned und
the money refunded. Cah meu cau
ave money at .
MALLORTS CASH STORE.
Beautiful and Interest-
llcv. M. U. Pinnell is agent for the
' Cross and Crown," a 600 page Book,
by the ltev. James D. 3IcCabe jr.
The book is a history of the suflFerings
aud triumpus of the heroic men and
women, who were persecuted for the
icligion of Jesus Christ, ,The book is
printed on fiae white paper, with large
clear type, and contains 17 large
steel eneravines. Be sure to see Mr.
Pinnell, end give him your name, as
the book is only sold by subscription
Wellons' Family Prayers.
Seventy morning and Evening Pray
ers, running through 5 weeks ; 38
Prayers for Special occasions; 5 for
Children, Graeesbcfore and after meals
with Beuedictious. Prepared by vari
ous authors of the different Evangelical
ulettouiinatious. Type large and clear,
suited to aged eyes, and the forms of
Prayer, new and fresh. Book well
bouud, paper vUitaud heavy aud price
low. Bo-iud ia full gilt $2.50, in lloane
leather $1.50; ia Muslin $1.25.
When sent by n ail. 15 cents additional
for postage. Jskyour Bookseber for i
Agents wanted to canvass t for the
book. Second edition Just out Apply to
J. W. WELLONS,
Franklinton X, C,
- NORFOLK, V A,
It. 8. DODSOH,
formerly of the
Thia magnificent HOTEL, after having
been thoroughly renovated and refitted, ie
ow open (or the bccommodatioa ogueata.
Iiomrd, first and second floor, $3 per daj.
Third and fourth floor, $2,50 per day
Liberal Uroi tfi permaaeat Boarders
Build more houses in Louisburg, you
Very quist in town, so unusual.
it :s remarked by all.
Mr. J. S. Barrow, ha.- gone North to
purth:se his spring stock. j
Old men tell us that" this "u the
most backward spring since 1824.
Peach trees are in bloom. Stand
bask Jack Frost and dont Lite.
Died. On .Sunday, nuiht Mr
Thomas May, in the 80th year of hi
age. r : : -.".
Mr. E. W. Fuller left on Tuesday
morning last for the North to puschase
his spring goods.
Price of the Courier 12 months
$2,00 over 900 columns of reading
matter each year.
We publish elsewhere the speech of
Capt. C. M, Cooke in the Senate, in
catting his vote for the Convention bill.
Theft. On F'iday-nigl t someone
entered the shop ot Bill Davis, a col-.
ored bar keeper in this place and
stole from his money drawer $35,00.
At this writing the thief has not been
caught, access was made by forcing a
We have not heard of any very
severe damage "n this county from the
recnt hcvorctonii. Our old friend
Capt. E, Lank ford iivin ; about 6 miles
east from here, had one of the chim
ncy to his house blown dewn and the
roof lightly damaged.
... , 'i r r 1
Bam onus speech, delivered iu t e U. S.
Senate on the 17th February last. We
have read it carefully and fin J that it is
full of good sound sense aud reason, prc
.sciitioj; arguments that cannot be sue
The contract for the Louisbnr'j' and
Frank lii i ton and also for the Iwmburg
a id Hocky Mour.t mail line, has btu
given lo Mr. II
0. Jozies. Mr. Jones
informs us tliatb'i will j)Utagcod bujijxy
on the Hcly mount line, we are glad" to
h jar this, aj; it will ma e Cast alia Hil
Uardston atd Nashville much CiOre ac
cessible to iu.
TJtfALTII-t'r, .WoirK. We have ;eii
shown ajx4uicn of Crown moulding
worked at the machine shop of 'Mtwrs.
HmUh & Ica -huiii. The work isof'ex
celletit fin'slu Tiuise gentleman, it
givw u$ ler'.sure ti tt;tte are getting a
good run of work, and they dterve it
At their machine chop, they are prcs
pared to da all kinds of ui;itbiiie work in
A Visit From The Oupiiaks.- On
Thursday night --the 25th Inst., Mr. J.
II. Mills the Supciiutcndn nt of the
Orphan. Asylum, visited our place, and
brought with him 12 little Orphans,
7 girls and 5 boys. The 3ethoui.rt
Church was tendered him for the Con
cert. The Church was. filled. It was
a truly impressive scene and ot,e caleu-
latod toucL the heart of tllc most n
dinerent, to hear the songs of thosj
children, North Carolinians you should
feel proud of the Oxford Orphan Asy
lum, it is doing a great and useful work,
Mr Mills, the superintendant is exactly
in the right place, others may do as well,
but noue can do better, none can man
age the institution better than it has
been managed by him. God bless the
Orphan Asylum. The citizens made up
a purse of about $130 for the Asylum,
besides distributions about $20 among
the children. j
1 he Baleigh Nttcs in speaking of
Louisburg, and-its improvements says:
Louisburg-on-the-Tar, s the county
seat, shows evident signs'of prosperity
and from the marked improvements
that could be seen on evciy side since
our last visit, it is anything but a finish
ed town. Mr. P. J. Brown, Sr., has
recently erected a large double j brick
store uorth of public squire. jB. P.
Cliftou has remodeled and enlarged his
two store south of the square, three
new stores h ve been opened on Main
street and all tktt old merchants have
argcly increased ibeir business and
The greatest improvement that has
been made in the town, and one that a
iraveljug man is mostly interested in,
is its tiotei accommodations. lhis
Eagle Hotel, (formerly Pents.) Ls
Second to but few country lwtcls iu the
State. The rooms are clean, neat and
comfortable, fare unexceptjonaUy good,
and well prepared, and the general ac
commodations equal to any hotel in the
State. Travelers to Louisburg should
not fad to ask for the Kagle Hotel.
Another marked improvement iu the
town is the completion of the new
county jail, which is decidedly the best
and most substantial siruciure of its
character iu the State, It is built of
solid granite of very superior quality,
taken from a quany within fifteen
paces of the building, the walls are
three feet thick and most of the stones
measure from four to six feet in length,
k heated bJ fluos' md
- a-'-vva by aav uwiq aa S V CyllV4 UUUj
with patent improved lodes, aid when
one enters therein he leases hope of
escape behind. Meser. Cayton &, Dun-
can, ot tim city are the builders of
this magnificent structure. . They arc
doubtless the best sworn, marble and
stone cutters in the State, having never
failed to render entire sa tisfaction in a
more if Franklin county and
Louisburg we have to wrh'e, but ha re
not space in this issue.
The Index and Appctd c f the 25th
Inst., wider the head of 1 nteresting
Reiflnieiencea states that, p: ior to the
year 1841, mogqnitoe wj re entirely
nnk oon in that City. A friend of
ours called our attention to the state
ment and remarked at the name time,
that m far back asv1820, it htle attend
ing scVool in the Cockade C i ty that the
little nocturnal singers at d biters were
so troublesome, that n cts had to be
used, and frequently the walls had to
be swept, and tar bunrt in the room,
in order to drive them out. The re
liable wrileT of ''Iiiterei ting Reniuis
ciences,'' nf Potersbuq, must have
been projf against th j bills of the
mosquitoe, or else his cmemory serves
him badly. YiviJe spea king of mos
quitoes we will propoum 1 a little co
nundrum. Why are m osquitocs like
Orttan Grinders ?
GOOD THIN GS.
iipKins arouse nis wne irom a
soundsleep the other nigh t saying he
had seen a ghost in the a hape of an
Oh let me sle.-p," was the reply of
the irate dame, ,4and don1; : be fright
ened a your own shadow. "
A western paper is anthi nty for eta
ting thdt a Gatesberg man in a public
place recently displayed a i unusual af
fection firhii wifr, wherec pon she grew
uneasy am' remonstrated asainat hii
aitentious as too maiked 1 or poblic ob
'Ih5 CtU8er' said our ft iend, t4ain't
we man i i d?"
t4Yts,"said his bette r half. 'but
judging fr..m jour dep. jrtmtnt folks
will think we ain't."
A German Jew was ei .irj a poik
chop in a thunder-storm . On het-rin"
an unusually liu, I c'ap, le laid don
hit-knife aod fork aid ol seiv (x:
14 V I , did any poty ev er hear such a
fuss apout a little biece c f bork?"
A German, who was c sked if 1 :g i
beer Washi oxicating, re' jlied:
'"Vedl brinks from se- enty to eighty
glasses a da, und I Ice ali str tight
in mine upper story tor any kind of
b'-'esine! butlcam'tte !l vat it voud
d iuit men vat makes a . swilltub ct
Mr. Snow, I read in te paper whar.
a gal sued a f'.lleli tor k; iiay htr, but
she can't recubber any d nmaes.
4 Why uot?"
Ivase she had no oatic ? up.'
4Lock out for de paint! !
4Thert!' said Jones, as be wrathfully
pushed away the pie wU ich the landla
dy had just served him, ' 4tbat stuff ain't
lit for a pig to eat, and 1 1 aint goiog to
tat i1. !
A young beau, at his a: istei's evening
party, began to sing, 4W hy am I so
weak and weary?' when a little brother
brought the performance to a sudden
close by veiling out;
4Aunt Mary say it' bucause you
come home so late, and drunk most
4 What are wage beret ' aske 1 a la
borer of a boy. ,
4I don't know.'
4 What. does your father get on Satur
4Get?' said the boy; wl iy, he gets as
tigat as a brick.'
Lo try aod talk a It ttle common
sense!' exclaimed a young lady to a
4Ohr was the reply: 4b ut wouldn't
that bs taking an unfair advantage of
Please, sir said a boy, "with two bot
ties, to a grocer, mother wants a cent's
worth of lour best yrst. Well, wbi h
bottle will you hav it in I Please, sir.
she wants it in both; an d won't you
put corks in tm, ami seu d 'em home,
as Pm goiog t'other way and mother
says she hain't got no eot, bnt you
must charge it.
What a lovely boy Just the image f
its tat hei! exclaimed a fluttering, par
asitical woman netdlog in simulated
enthusiasm besido the cradle where she
supposed the i abe-waa sleeping when
to tier contusion, ma oia c-t rprang
from the cradle, acd ut &h richer eu
Paint my portr'r. said a gentleman
to bis painter, with a b?ok in my hand
and rcadiug aloud., a.nd put my servant
ia a corner whert tie cannot he seen, bnt
where he can ha ra when I call.
3UaiisLuxg, April 2.
. - - 15
Petersburg, April 2.
- - - 16
TmproT1 Tocura -b
r Wkk1 Pump is
th ckrowK dged
li? nkt 1 v popular ver
J Mi" , 'h !at pu?np lor the
j leas nvny. Att-ntioa is in-
I vited to. Bntch!ef8 Improved
Bracket, the Drop Check
Ya've. which cin le w!thdrwn wilh
out difturbing 'lie loin ind the cop
per chamber wbirh never cracks, sca'es
or rus's and will last a lite time.
F r sale hy Denlets and the lrl gco.
eral'r. In nrdt-r to te sure that vou
ge: it'&tchl j'i Pump, he careful ami
wetbiit it bus my trade mark as apove.
If you do not , know where to nnj, de-
scr ptie csrcu ar toether wrbthe
name and Hdore?p ot the agtnt nearest
loo, wiil le promptly lurDiabed by ad
drifting with stamp.
Charles E. Biatchley,
506 Commerce 8tM Philadelphia, P.
Ordered that J. A. Stone and N. M.
Hawkins be appointed a Committee in
lieu of J. J. Mioetree and N. M. Haw
kins appointed last mteting of the
Board to Let the Louisburg Bridge to
be extended beyond high water mark
to the lowest rt sponsible bidder, with
approved Bond ot (0UU,W) Five Hun
dred Dollars, for the Comp etion of the
work according to contract. To wit :
The two wooden Piers to be taken
away, and Rock ones put in their phx.-?,
and all the Pillars ot said Bridge to Le
built of Rck. the tew p ri ot the
Bridge to be made a double Tiact.
Said Committee to adverti-e for sealed
proposals for said work until the 5th
day of April at 2 o'clock P.M. also to
be advertised in the Franklin Couuier.
A 1 of ar.id Timbers to be of good
Th.sMarch 15 h 1875.
By order of the B ard,
J. B. TUCKER,
LMrtk id Board
U. S Internal Revenue
T A ;X E
MayI. 1875, to April 30, 1876.
The Ri vised Statutes ot the United
Smt.s, Sections 3232. 3237, 3238. and
51239, rt qniro tvtry p nan engaged in
any business avocation, rtmiloyment
which rerdcrs him liable to a SPECIAL
TAX TO PHOCURS AND PL,' uE
CONSPK UOUSLY" IN HIS ESTAB
LISH MEN f OR PLACE OF BUdI
NESS n ST A Ml denntii c the piv-
mi'iit .f said Special Tax ior ihe Sn -cia!-Tax
Y- ar heginnirg My 1, 1875,
b f re commer cing or o.ntiininf; buil
ntsi af er April 30, 1875.
THE TAXES EMBRACED WITH
IN THE PROVISIONS OF THE LAW
ABOVE QUOTED ARE THE FOL
LOWING, VIZ :
D altrp, retail liquor
Dealers, wholesale liquor
Dealers in malt liquors,
sa'e - ou ou
Dealers in' malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco 500 00
And on sales of over $1,000, fifty cents
for eveiy dollar to excess ot $1,000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco 5 00
Manufacturers of stills 50 00
And for each still manufactured 20 00
And for each worm manufactured 20 00
Manufacturers of tobaco 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars. 10 00
Peddler? of tobacco, first cla?s (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 00
Peddlers ot tobrcco, second rlass
(two horses or other animals) 25 00
Peddlers ot tobacco; third class (one
horse or other animal) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth class (on
foot or public conveyance) 10 00
Breweis of Its than 500 barrels 50 00
Brtwtrs ot 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any person, so liable, who shall fail
to comply with the .foregoing require
ments will be subject to severe penal
ties. Persons or firms liabU to pay any of
the Special Taxes named above most
apply to ISAAC J. OUNG, Collector
ol Internal Revenue at Raleig , N. C.
an ' pay for and procure the Specia'
Tax Stamp or Stamps they n-ed, prior
to Mav 1, 1875. and WITHOUT FUR
J. W. Douglass,
CommUsiaur of Internal Revenue.
Office of Internal Revenue,
Washington, D. C, Febrnarj 1, 1875.
LOUISBURG, N. C.
SASH, BLINDS AND
MADE to ORDER, and all kinds of
Machine work done at short notice, on
as reasonable trms as ilewhere ic the
S'ate. All grades of Co 5 in?, Furnish
e.l, with hearse.
Tongue anS Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
Barrow & Pleasants,
AVllOLKSALK i RctaIL GROCDiS
LOUISBURG, X. I
W'Z take thi metho.1 of Informins:
the rMpl of Frank'ln and adjoining
on nt if that we intend, after the first
of Jamnry, liJT-, !o conduct the
WHOIJ-ISALK A IIKTAIL
fJioeery and r.oniini-kii liTmlmft irt
all its' various brnnches. arin mde
all iioeiary arranrt-meiit! with Man
ufactttrers illers and Fork l ackers.
and having made
with the T ail Ho;id and Tian?ifftatlon
ompa W. thervhy jm-c rln the very
l wi st ross'HLic rmivoT, and haiu
ample weans to
for all of our good, we inte- d to sell
thein much lowu than they liave ever
been sold In thi market before To
Merchants and Farmers who defire to
buy in p:ic age, in less qui otitic- than
a cr lojid. we w i 1 guarantee to sell at
"Northern rricesrrclght added"
We are now receiving the 'arsr st lo.
of Floor ever offered for sale In this
n.arkct. manufactured expresly for
our House, which we are offering at
greatly reduced prices. We warraut
every barrel to be s represented.
We cll special atte tion to the follow
ing B'ands which caunot leliadany
w here else.
HARD TIMES MADE EASY
Barrow & Pleasants'
"Whol e s a 1 e House.
200 BARRELS FLOUR
200 BARRELS FLOUR
200 BARRELS FLOUR
200 BARRELS FLOUR
$11 FLOUR AT $3 00
$!0 FLOUR AT $7.50
$9 FLOUR AT $5.50
$8 FLOUR AT $G.00
F.VERY B RREL of this fl ur was
Manu actured expres1j f r our
and shiped to us 1 y the car load, by
sp-citl freight airintjun ntt, aod we
will eurnt.e to sell it much bcl6w the
m:iik t pi ice.
20 000 POUNDS BACON
20.000 POUNDS BACON
20 000 POUNDS BACON
20 000 POU DS BACON
Our reat was hirp d drc'y from
o'ir Packing lions--. Pckid t xpr s.ly
ard shiprM-d y srvcid arrarerraenta
mare wiMi te tianco'ation c-ora-panie",
and 'e are off rine it at tie
lowest ro6ible pi ur. Dut buy bf.re
exrainijr. onr prices as e are going -to
stP at bo'tom fiynres
A full 1 ne f Groceries ktpt con
stantly on band, a'l of which are offered
at Northern prirt s Fn isrht addi-d.
PARROW & PLEASANTS.
In addition to our stock of Flour wc
are receiving many other goods niak
Irjr our stock f r sunerk to any sf,ock
in the pi ce, and we desire ou- friends
to know that we l-cusrlit tbem to 3tL,u
We shall keep constantly on hand a
large supply of meat of all kind a d
shall sell at the 'owes figures, i id
al advaneemerts nude on cotton placed
in our hads for sale or shipment.
Thre ia no cause for eiciUment.
Theburnirr nois- ditil heard hcau ed
by the large quantity of flour beirg
moved at Barrow & Pleasants,
Wholesale Grocery bure. and the
at their Retail Dry Good Store Is can d
by the great mah to en goods at the
heavy dvclme m Dry uoou. I
ONLY TEN CENTS.
OSLY TEN CENTS
ONLY TEN CENTS.
ONLY TEN CENTS.
Tbrir Stock ia the largftt in L- ula
burr, having arrived within the last
wttk. In addilr, they areeff.-nog
Dollara Worth of all kinda of Dry
Gmh1 at grea ly reduced p ice . Tbej
bvt the largilt Stock ut Guuda IB
Lociabarg, aoC tbey Intend toaell 'hem
to make mom lor ctbera to arrive. -Dou'(
boy any where, until onr Stock
and pnca Lave been czamiutd.
Lcuhburg K. f.
"W JEt T
Franklinton, H C,
Are d,Urmi,td to oul Mf LlR-,r aai xSSORrZD; ITOCK J
. GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
AT TQX LOWEST POSSIBLE JIQURE',
jo w.at grol, CIIKAP CALL
tak'ii at littt
W A II D
VY. H. Morris 4 Sons.,
COTTOS FACTORS ASD
23, 5 and 27 Commerce fct,
WU maVe libera' Tiirrency ad van
ccaon produce or bill lading In liaud.
air. A. it. Noble, of N. Iacot
nected with our boute, aud will be
pleased to receive the iatronag of
W. 0. WOLFE.
MarMe, Stone, II tdttnaea,
alouumentt, Tornlt, Granite
Worksi, Ac, &r.
Cor, of Morgan and Blount 8' recta,
R A h E I Q U, N. C.
Work done on tre moat reasonable
Robt. C. Stoke, Aent,
spr 10 ly. L miaburg, N. C.
FEET & ATKINSON.
Wholesale Dry Goods
Bept. 18 ly
COMPLETE TniRTY UORSE POW
ER Portable Steam Saw Mill, used six
months, warranted to I e a a perfect as
any onr mill. Cost $2,721 cash.
Pi ice (2,150. Terms cay.
25 HOUSE POWER-POR
IN FIRST CLAM ORDE T.
of various Hone-Po vera.
Gum and Leather Belt
ing, Steam Pumps,
I r,1T?,TTT . ( o 4 W Vtn
I lyllily U LiJLlX OAllO, XH
S.nd f r descriptive Circular.
We men tin a a few to whom we have
ld reound handed Eogiuea :
W. S. Mali bt, Franklinton, N. C
II. J. Gkixe, Lexirgtn, N. C.
J. A. Bcxto, & G M Ja- koi, N. C
Bxkkow & n.aaasr, Loai.ourg,
T. A. Pbic & Co., Siatiaville, 44
Y. Siirewalt, Happy Urme
r vnu Sc. ii un rxR,
viLLi.vi jjx, LTivaj:;ii -
No. 53 FayctteviUe Street,
RALEIGH, NV C.
Opposiu Ifttropolitaa Half.
& 33. JR O.
OX TEZX, Aaj kial ! prUum
& B R 0.
FarnlLlInton, N. 0.
HAWKINS & CO.
Ko. 41 W. Lombard Sfrre'.
lJeral cah advancrs made upee
conslgiunenta. lUggfng and Ties fur
nlsbed it lowest late.
8pi. It em.
Xo. 1 Fayette vile Strtei.
RALEIGH. N, C,
Blank Book Manufacturer,
Nrwapaper, ifagatloes and Lav
Roka o( every deacripUoa
bound In the very bet
Style and at Lowest Price.
Louisburg, N. C.
A. T2. QtQQxx
The present proprl tr hat leased
the Eajle liou-l, (formerly occupied
by James Dent) foa iiuiubcr of year.
'e is prepared to accommodate
regular and transient boardvri, ha
nice roorn, wc 1 furnUhcU and flttetl
up In the beat style. le has alo largf
and couveiileiit rooms for lalesnei tm
display tltelr nam plea. The table I i
dailr supplied with the beat the m r
kct affords lie will a arc tiopalna
in. making boanhra comfortable
and hopes he will no he a liberal
patrotiare front the public.
Jan. 8ih 1875.
To the Public.
Harioz moved my hop to my hour
a boat half mild from the b uioe par
of Towo, oo tbe Fankliaton r-ad. I
take pleaaure in I o forming the people
ol Frankhn, that I am prrpar.-d In An
all woik In u.y I nr, aa c-tcap ai caa U
done elahrre. I am vrry tbanktut
for pt patronage, and incrclj bopts
that you will e ntioae to ptrrnou: mm.
I am very Respectfully,
P. F. -Panic wishing lo have worlc
done, will bare It with Mr Bllart, at
Mea-rt. Barruw &. PUraaaots store aftd
will be attended to promptly.
Raleigh & Gaslon R. R
lUlcbjh, X. U.f June 11th, 'VZ.
On and afler Moudaj June 17th
1872, train oti the Raleigh A OaatoM
Railroad, will ran dally (Somlaj ex
cepted) aa follow:
Ieavr Ralelglt 10.00 a. na.
Arrive at el Jon 3.30 p. m
Ieave Weldon 9.15 a. ut.
Arrive at IUhrlgh 2J0S p. tq.
leaves llallegfi 8.00 p. m.
Arrive at Weldon C.20 a. in-
Leave Weldon 9.15 a. in.
Arrive at lLaleigti BJUQ p.
Mail train makes cIom connect loa i
Weldon with the teabijexd A Rook
Railroad and Biy Lite -Akcamera via,
lUltimore, to ail from ail point.
North. Wet aod NurUieat ana wiiu
the Pettrburg Railiuad via Pcterabar
RictBUiOl and Wabiogto Citt, i
ml In in ail poiou Nortii and H nu
wtat. Acd at Raleigh witbathe;Nurth Cr.
ulin lUllruod U bXkI lli'in ail pu(B .
Sou'k and Skiothwwt. aod wiitt tM
Raleigh t Aotuu Air Lue to LUj
wood and Fyttteville.
A co m mo-a: ion and Freight traia
cnsci at wehloi with Aouumtuoaa
tnxi and JTreight trama un caurd A
Roanoke ltailro4 aoC PvtcfabQi
And at Raleigh with Accommoita
tioa and ficigut tria oa Nurta Car-
Pcmma bring a'oog the line of the
road caoviait li deign t the mjmi
by Accufbodaituo train, and nm
everal hour, and return the earn it
A. a ANDREWS.