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GEO. riV HAKEU, VnoriaETon.-
Louismrim... AruiL, 9, 1875.
SPECIAL ITEMS. 1
Ve ? will send the Courier and
(iodcya ldui Book, with beautiful
Oil chromo "Rescue,'' 12 mouths for. (
The name of Mr. II. C. Jones' new
hack, which runs every day from thu
,-lace .to Frankl'inton is "TnE Rose
Hud, it is both pretty and comfortable. h
Mr. T N. Carlile desires to see every I
lody that comes to town, at his stora on g. Array to Pensyjvania to reconstruct
main street as ho has a hrrgc stock cf the Miners? Cant he find a com man
of goods, which he is anxious to dispose der, who is not afraid?
1- - I
r This Wavekly Magazine This I
Magazine tublihed bv Moses A. Dow 1
lJofcton Mass., is now iu its fiftieth yeir,
It is a sixty column .vagaiunc,' and
furnishes with each number n page of
, the choicest music. There 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 6 1,50 for 3 rotiths.
( We would respectfully call your'ut
Ttntion to th new rich; and cheap
WVtcWs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver
"Ware, Clocks and fancy goodv at
Youngs, Marble Front Jevulry Store,
corner hyvaniore & lnk btreets,
Pctawnurg, Va., Solid 18kt. plain
(VoliMlinjrs for enenpemciit and wed
hing jirpoSfti. Youngs. Celebrated
Perfected Periseopic Spectaclss and
Kyc Giis4, will improve and benefit
Call and see them when you visit
Petersburg. j - -
I sh 11 in future fell for Cash only.
Mall rys Kxira Flour per barrel
.MalloJ-y's' Host Extra warrantod,
Mall ry'.H Family w-.inrantcd 7,50.
Nail pr keg $4,25.
Silt Liverpool-pt-r ack 2.25.
Tion pea lb 4) cts.
Side retail 12Vct,
Sho lders, " 10 ets.
A YVLU LINt: OF CUOCKKIKS AT 1AYW
! ' rincix.
If goods do not come upto Tftrp
Feutatioii, they 'cau bo voturnod nd
the money refunded. Cash men ean
avc trnmcy at
MALLORTS CAll STORE,
, Beautiful and Iutcrcst
R. Pinnell is agent for the
' Cross and Kown," a COO pagtf Rook,
by the Rev- James T. McCube jr.
The book isja history of the sufferings
and triump.18 of the heroic men and
women, who were persecuted for the
icligion of Jsus Christ, The book is
printed on fine white paper, with large
clear type, and contain 17 large
steel engravings. Re urc to see Mr
Pinnell, trnd give him your name, as
the book is only sold by subscription
Wellon! Family Prayers.
y Seventy morning and Kveuing Pray
'crs, running through 5 weeks; 38
Prayers for Special occasions; 5 for
Children , Graces before and after meals
with Renedictions. Prepared by ,vari7
bound mperwhiUvand heavy and price
for postage. Ask your Bookselcr for
Agents wanted to canvass for- the
book. Second edition just out Apply to
J, W. WELLONS,
Frauklintou N. C.
formerly of the (
FOUNTAIN HOTEL, ,
Tk matri ificont HOTEJj. aftar bkftnt
bb tbtoOKtty renovated and refisud,
i- 't j:at VvnnlV:.! me of men not havms tinwj to jeaa, this life in the towu of Jl arreuton,
i . - TwriA lar.M and i-W sa vs t make time. Whether it be the morning of the 1st of April. e
denominations. Type large and clear J .. know t. Ue t,ho has thus afflicted us
suited to aged eyes, and the forms of the half hour which J doetll all tWw wellt and we hnvMy
. i t t-i. ii vour bed: nhcthcr it be the few ; ... . , , ..
I'ravcr nnw ana iresn. uwk t-n i j - i h.iw tn in all-wise aecrce. Dut it is
low Bound iu full gilt $2.50, in Roane wueiuer u caicu u icw predion io our ieciings oi sorrow, anu
, .U..K.-.41 on 1 inir.momeuts when the dav!a .work is of sincere sympathy with those to whom
icuincr m , , : . -3 d4th is the loss of husband and
Vh..n ,,nt hv n a'.L 15 cents additional aone, sun seize mese aim reu au.uc-
now open f ' r the accoutmodatioa f goet.
Board, first and second floor. f3 per da?
Third and fourth floor, $2,50 per day.
Liber-1 trm to pmian'-nt Romr-1" -
RALEIGH. N. C.
O. W. BLACKNELL, Propriator.";.
Price of the Coujueu j2 months
$2,00 over .900 ,coluuins of reading
matter each year.
Mr. Thou. White, Mr. J. J. Person,
Mr. T N. Cariile.and Col. W. IIYar
borough have all cone North for their
.Spring good.-. . r v.. V v - ,
Mrs. II. II terry of Port Oaddo,
Texas, arrived here on 3Ionday last,
with her two children, She is visiting
her mother, MnvLuey Masscnburg, , ,
Tt rrlvM u errant nlAasnrA . to Ktato
0 wn(jh improvei tt,at the physi-
iana pronounce him out of danger.
Wy don't Grant send the whole U.
Will im in -JIWTI tltHMlli Lilts IMI'lUIB Ul
this month, and remain a few days, h?
will be pleased 3 to see his friendsand
customers at his office
We have reeeived No 2, of ti e
Beidsvil'e Ncvc. nublished at lipids
ville i by Messrs Bethelf, Pieid and
Webster. 4 It is a twenty -eight coliinm
aper, well gotten up and ably edited.
We Iwpe the paper great success.
We acknowledge the receipt of an
invitation from. the; press oomrnitte,
W. F. Avery .f the Cbse ver, AV. J.
Yates of the Democrat and C It.
Jones of the 0'Scrvcr,t the Centen
nial celcovatkm in Charlotte on the
20th May.;.; vii;
Wo regret to ce from the tone of
the Republican papers,, that they are
determined to make the . Convention a
party issue. While we are sorry that
such is the cae, we camiot suy that we
arc surprised, for- this par.y siiue its
fonnuticn ha? ever been found fighting 1
every measure that tended to advance
the -ood of the people.
FotrNii Dkai. A little negro boy
namedinta pTcro'l,? agedr;bout 8,
year.--, was fjuhd dead .in-aimuJ hole''
ton Thursday evening the Ist'inst.,'
about one and 'half miles from town.
L Mr. J. P. Williamson specTiil ' Ciro
ncr,.. repaired ti the place, -with his;
jury, ho -after junking the nfswiryj
examination rendered, their: vouUet as
filhVs : That t te decwiscd came to
his death from hui j cau.v uiikm.n to
v Thic CiiuisT.vix . at AVdnK.The
"Chri'stiU'u ut Work at' re a is now .ith
an entirely new outfit of type, and pre
sents a remarkably neat and : strikii,g
sppcavancc.' The editorial pages are
in large5 type, and the contributed
articles are also printed with a .dis
tinctness very refreshing to old eyes as
we 1 as to yonng.
This evidence of
prosperity will gratify the tiumerous
fiiends of this widely popular religious
Tiik Ravages oftiiklate Storm
in this County. In Harris Town
ship, commencing on the Tarboro and
Ilillsboro road, direction from - North
West to South East. Mrs. . .Martha
Williams residence was slightly damag
ed ' All the houses on the premises of
''Mrs; ; - Jackson Young, (known as the
Diah Green place.) 1 welling, out houses,
stables, were all blown down, together
Willi ill I inu uri in iiiw yuiu.
, ' it 4 T 1 t?
ii - , k 11
man were blown down. Robert Bar-
" - 1 r . 1
hamV hous sufi'ercd a like fate.
James c: nlley s kitchen and part ot
ins aweinn- were aisiroyect, a numoer
of other families sufferedv from this
11 i" . :i
terrible storm, fe have only '-mentioned
those who were the largest suBerers.
Strange to say that not a life was lost,
although several were badly injured.
im T T m', . 1
Rev.T. De Witt Tal mage m speak-
minutes while dinner is waiting
thing- ijan is net naturally lazy
.. . . ..... .
Uo.3, who lias, not given ttie lowest oi
lua, creatures one sunernuous organ,
has not- gi ven man a single faculty
which He did not. bestow that it might
be u ed to'Uis glory. . Aud you em
ploy it in this way when you not only
give it the right direction, but the
fullest possible development as well.
' The following was adopted by Clin
Lodge No. 124 at its regular commu
nication April 1st 1875. -
Rcsolved. l. Tlat we endorse tCfc
action of Rro. J. II. 3Iills. the Supcr
iuteudaut of tha. Oxford Oqhan Asy
lum, iu refusiug the . money offered by
i vuo - utuu i.uum mo ucucuw vi
u 1 -thi Javltim.J - ,
Resolved, 2 Tliat the Secretary be
requested to forward a copy of the
above: resolution to The Cliildrens
Fri&id and the FraakTm Coouek
' The above is a copy of the original
resolutions on file. '
; J.B. PIERCE. Sec
Gen. Butler " declared that during
be pendency . of. the Jbrce bill he sat
his seat for twen y7even hours at
peril of his life. That he possibly
have done ; but. the periling of
such a wretehed trifle as hs life, even
in the bet of cause, is certainly noth
ing to bo:it of. Conner Journal.
". O- r . - .
" An editor who has been keeping a
rocord of big' beets am ym noes a, last
that "the beet that beat the other
beet is now beaten' by a beet that
bets all the othar beet 3, whether the
original bee. : the beet that beat tie
beer, or he beet that beat the beet
that beat the other beet '
The Hoanoke Keirs, ha found a
larger beai," and more iu a hill tlian
the hbove, hear it.
There is a greater "beat' than any
nailed, to wit, the newspaper "beat"
who reads Ids neighbor's pper, and
abuses the editor yet never pays him a
Mr. J. II, Mills the Superintendant
of the Orphan Asylum, writes as fol
lows in the Children's Friend, about
his recent visit to Louisburg with the
From Mebaneville, we went to Louis
burg. Rev. F, L.- lleid, the Chaplain
of ihe Grand Jjodge,. Messrs, Bakeri
Cooke and otliers had prepared the way
before us. Mr. Reid prayed for the
Orphans, and for thoe who have-them
in charge. We wrre glad to see that
thia young and gifted divine has se
cured th confidence of all the people.
His illustrious" father and"devoted
grand father have lived and labored in
the same field. The son is Joved and
honored for his own pake and for the
ske of those who have gone before
lrm. The audience was large and
very attentive and the collcctiou f peaks.
for itsel. On the sixteenth day after
their departure, the children returned
with pound bodies and in good health
to the Asylum in Oxford, and are now
reciting a's uMial.
TvlPied In the Town of Warren top, on
the morning of " April 1st, Wm. Kerr
Rarharn iir,the,-4i?rd year ot his ago
Ir. Rarhain Was born iu the County of
Southampton Virginia", but cam a to
North Caroliisa in early l"ifo, and re-
wt.-l fur man v. vet;s in this Town.
He was : a gentleman of fine Literarv
tast', a eh ?e student, an elegant nebular
a::d tt Lawyer Of tbiiitv. rer inany
vni-n his health was feeble and hi
hy steal strength was not equal t) his
ihtvlleetual encriiies. lfe possessed
morv than ordinary intellectual powers
and had his bodily strength been .equal
to his mental capacities ho would have
attained the highest , intellectual exeul
ldiice. He was .a genial and -entertaining
companion and a devoted friend,
and was -a ' member of thr Kpiseoiial
Church -and died .s a Clsrisfbn should
die, in full hope of future biiis ; among
his last Words was the consoling declara-
turn, "though He slay me, yet wui t
trust in Him." lie leaves a wife, three
children and manv friends to mourn
At a meeting of Clinton Lodge No.
.124 of A. F. & A. M. ai Bodge room in
the town of Louisburg on the evening
of the 1st of April the following pro-
ceedings'wcrehadin regard to the death'
of brother W. K. Barham, a member of
Tt was resolved that the Lodge would
lntCrhis remains with the usual Ma-
. vonori, rw J.J. Davis. CM
I , . T1 . 1
Cooke, and R. R. Masscnburg were
' . 1...: r
appomteu 10 prepare resomuous ei-
j pressing the sense of the Lodge at the
s 4 event.
.5 Th( c)mmittee rCp0rted:the following
If- ,- , .
.preamble ana rcsoruuons wmcu were
1 -unanimously auopwju
It hath pleased the sovereign Ruler
of the Universe, to remove from time to
I eternity our esteemed friend and brother
wmkm Rerr Rarham. who departed
meet and proper that we should give ex-
w tL ;n - a; j.u J
, .Resolved, That in the death ot
brother Barham who was for many
i years a meuiixr oi mis ? loagc, rvt
have lost a true brother, and a kind
and genial friend,
Resolved, That we tender to his
., . , . ii '
family m the hour of their sad Ureave-
rocnt, our heartfelt sjmpnthies,
Resolved, That a copy of these pro-
cecdiuirs le transmitted to the u iaiw
of cur deceased broth or, and that a copy
Ikj sent to each of ths editors of the
Warrcnton Gayzzlie and Franklin,
Cockier; fbr publication., " '
..' bTATENKWS" iV h
The! Court square iu Tarboro is to
be railed in.
The order of Good Templars is in a
flourishing condition in Ridgeway .
Two colored children were burned
to death in Columbus county recently.
Mrs, Boihamruer, daughter of ,Dr
Wm. C Kjss is very 111 v at her reidence
in Ridgewayf i,:'7 i' i'--
It is feard that the fruit crop is in
jured by the cold spells recently. :
The Old Fellows" tf Tarbcro, will
give a grand ball on the 2Cth. -.
Kobbers and house breakers. are
tun.crous in Kington.
T1e colored 'Lnr.atlc "Asylum will ho
G'ad to hear it. - r 1
i euij lars
cx. Klias IIanestJ-e blind preacher,
is preaching in AViliuington. ; ;
. The cit'zeny of -Il-vlsvil!e made up
a pursif 12i dollar? for h Orphans.
Thoie is U be a Grangprs. Unnk in
Danvii-e, ftir the benefit of the l order
coni'tieii of A'a.. and N. C. '.
Dr. '"ugen Cris-'om, is lecturing in
the rteiii jrt of the SuteonThe
ni .o - i
x iicrr were o marriar ueense is
sued iu Halifax County in 'March,' 10
for whites and 18 for colored.
The three escaotd convicts from the
Penitentiary a" few days ago, have not
yet been captured.
The jail at Snow Hill was bnrned on
Tuesday night the 30th inst., the
prisoners all mad their escape.
Great preparations are being made
t ir the Centennial celebratiou at Char
lotte on the 20th of May next.
"RtjoVs have been opened in Wilson,
for the purpose of cettinjr Stock to
Vmilrl n Mitfnn Fnetirv in that, tnwn . I
During the revival in Wilson, uuder.
Dr. Rosser, about 80 persons joined the
M. K. Church. '
Question between the ..Torch Light
and Leader is, which has the largest
subscription list. Please let us know
when the question is settled.
j . ...
It i3 proposed to move the Court
House from Siuithfield, to some point
on the Railroad, Wilsons Mills &Selma
being the points contending for it.
- Chas. Vaddell colored, charged with
the murder of one Richardson, soon af
ter the August elections, was acquitted
at the last term of Johnston Court.
The Henderson Tribncf say6, tluie
will be more Fertilizers used by thi
farmers in that section this year than
has ever been used any previous year.
' Mora clover and grass seed have
been sld iu Warrenton within the
last three months than for the fame
length of time Mticc'tkc war, War
renton Cazet e,
FiYuii the Raleigh papers we learn
that there is a lariro and interesting
levival goiti on in the Person Srcct
Mctiiodit Church, in the . past two
weeks tli-ro have been 63 Converts
and S2 aecnss'ons to the. Church.
Thare are also interesting meetings
going vu in both t..e Raptist Churches
A Rare Recoup. Fnlkland Town
ship, iu Pitt cuuntv, has a rare record
in some rcpects : Since the war there
has been no cas of assault and bat
tery, nor any case of larccncy in hich
any white man of the township was in
volved, , no case in which a white iran
voted a Radical ticket, and not a case
of bankruptcy in the towushlp. So
the Wilson Plaindeuler is informed by
persons who ought to know and who
doubt ess believe the facts to be as
Louisburg, April 9.
- j . 15
Petersburg, April 9.
. . - 16
- New Advertisements,
. ; o ; , ' . . .
j An Election for Magistrate of Police
and (our Commissioners. for. the Town,
ot Louisbarg will be held ii the Court
House, on the 1ft Monday of May 1875,
it being the 8rd dtj or the mnnttt.
The pons will be ; opened at 10
o'clock A. M. and close at 4 P. M.
c i .All persons or iawiai grf uiTiag
lived in the State for 12 months, and in
the Corporate nmiis or we. lown oi
auuurK iur v v-j ''"S1
oaf Ol said .aaccuuu. u truwiiuii iu
proTided tkey have legutered
th nlmc$ accordinff to Law. The
lUsiitration Books will be rpened
from date, hereof, in the Court liouse.
uaiil the 1st day cf May. tor all persons
qualified x to vote in said Election to
- By order of the Mayor,
, - H. rURMAN,
1 April 9 1875. j i - -- : .
Valuable Flouring, Grist
and Saw Llills, for Sale
Tta Dans' mill property situated on 1 xrr.1.T111'1.l-or Mnil f ov
Sacdy Creek in Franklin county is of- j v W aitlllliaKCr mU el CW -
fersd for sale on remnab!e tertnt.
The Mills ;sre ' !n good running order,
and draw custom lrom a large scope ol
country, Oonnec'ed with tbe mills is
80 acrvs .of goon ianfl
rp'y to W. L; THORP,
"TtocVy Mount XVC.
S- Internal Revenue
T A X E .
Mat 1. 1S75, to Apbil 30, 1379.
Th- R.vsel Stuti s oi the Uotel
S't st Sections 3232. 3237, 323S, and
nquirn tvry prton eneaged in
any biinisi, avocatioo. 1 rtmployment
which rend-r h'm liable to a tPElAL
TAX TO PKUfTUKE AiSD l'LAi,E
CONSPICUOUSLY IX niSEAB-
LlsnMENT Oil PLACE OF BUSI
NESS a 8TAMI- denoting Uie py
meni f said Special Tax lor the Spo
cta:-Tx Y-ar i.egmrirg My 1, lbT5,
In f. re commencing or containing bau-
m af er April 80, 18i5.
THE TAXES EMBRACED WITH
IN TI1E PROVISIONS OP 1 HE LAW
ABOVE QUOTED ARE THE FOL
LOWING, VIZ :
Dt altrs, retail liquor
Dealers, wholesale liquor
Dealers in malt liquori,
Dv-alcrs id malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00
Retail dealers in lea! tobacco 500 00
And on sales of over $1,000, fitty cents
for evcij dollar in excess ot 1.000.
. , Dealers in manufactured tobacco 5 00
Manutacturers of stills 50 00
. And for each still manufactured 20 00
And for each worm manufactured 20 00
.Manufacturers o I tobaco 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars. 19 00
Peddlers of tobacco, first class (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 00
Peddlers of tobrcco, second class
(two horses or other animals) 25 00
Peddlers ol tobacco, third class (one
horse or other animal) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco fourth clasi (on
foot or public conrejance) 10 00
Brewer 8 ot Us than 500 barrels 50 00
Brewers of 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any person, so liable, who shall fail
to comply with the foregoiog n quire-
ments will be subject toecrere penal
Persons cr firms liabla to pay any of
the Special Taxes nam en a bo ye must
apply to ISAAC J. "YOUNG, Collector
ot Inti roal Kevenue at Raleig , N. U
am? "pay for awl procure the Specia'
Tax Stamp or Stamps they need, prior
to May 1, lT5. at.d WITHOUT FUfv
1 HER NOTICE.
J. W. Douglass,
Comm. 'ssioncr of Internal Revenue
Office ot Internal IleTenue,
Washington, D. C, Febiuary 1. 1875.
LOUISBURQ, N. C.
SASH, BLINDS AND
MADE to ORDER, and all kinds of
Machine work done at short notice, on
as reasonable terms as fUewhere in the
State. AU grades of Coffiin", Furnish
ed, with hearse.
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
ber VVood Pump is
the market, by popular reia
)dic the best pump lor the
least money. Attentioo is in
I rited to Blatchley'a Improved
Bracket, the Drop O&eck
Valve, which can le withdrawn with
out disturbing the )pints, and the cop
per chamber which never cracks, scales
or rusts and will last a lile time.
For sale by Dealers and the trade gen.
erally. In order to be sure that you
-. t a a 1
get I5latct;ey's rump, dc careiui anu
see that it has my tracte marie as apove.
If you do not know where to buy, de
icriptive circulars, together with the
name and address ol the sgtnt nearest
ou, will be promptly lurmshed by ad
dressing with stamp.
Charles E. Blalchley,
508 Commerce St., . Philadelphia, Pa.
G. W. M1NN1S,
Old Xo. 17. New 141 Syramore Bt.
Execn'es erery style ot likeness from
csid to life siz-f, in the best styles of
t. Prices iuou rt , tirta tion
goarant-1. G iHerj esia;l;be J ij 174
FI'TK TVatrtx and Jrntlry of tbe be
3!auiiH'toratMl at tt lune.t p.kra.
AU wuik pe Mistily atteadej U and war
rauteJ. tl t3?yeamottSt,retenVuTj,Ta :
"W" A E D
f Franklinonn C, .
Are dtt.-mitad to cIom oatf tWr and XJSDnfZDI TOCK J
AT TAX LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURE.
II jon want gcoU CHEAP-CAIX OX THEtf. Jlaj UZ of prodeev
tak'Q at ticat prks
' . JT ...
W A R D & B R, 0.
Farninnton, 5. C.
w. H. Morris 4 Sons.,
COTTON FACTORS- AS D
25, 25 and 27 Commerce M,
Wil maVe libera' Currency advan
ccsou pr oluce or bill lading iu Uaud.
Mr. A. M. Nobie, of Is co
nccted with our hotiM, and will be
pleaded to receive the iatronaj of I
W. 0. WOLFE,
Marble, Ktone, .11 -adstones,
Moi.uir.enlF, Tombs, Urauitt
C3r, of Morgan and Blount S". rests. .
R AL E I 0 II, N.C.
Work done on tre most reasonable
Pobt. C. SToar, A'ect,
spr 10 1). . L uiaburj:, N. C.
PEET & ATKINSON.
Sept. 18 by
COMPLETE THIRTY HOUSE TOW
EU P.n table Steam Sw Mill, used six
mon'h, warranted to be s pet feci as
t y n-w mill. Cost $2,?5ti cash.
Pi lev $2,150. Ttimstas-y.
25 no use row EU-roR-
IN FIRST CLAW ORDER.
ol various Horse-Poff s.
Gum and Leather Belt
ing, Steam Tumps,
CIRCULAR SAWS, Etc.
XST S udf r descriptive Circular.
We mention a few io whom wt have
. Id tecnd handed Ei jfiue :
W. 8. Mall'bt, Praaknuton, X. C
H. J. CttiMC, Ltxii sy, . O. .
J. A. Blitox, i C J kor, N.C
Dakjuiw & TLtAsasrs, LoaUuig,
Y. 6URKWALT, lUppJ lime
, T HO 51 A S,
Co i "mission Merchants,
io.ZZ F-yetteville Street,
HALE IG II, X. C.
Oppoi4t U atmpoiitaa llal.
& 33 H O
HAWKINS & CO.
Comnrisslon , ilcrcltants
Ko 45 TV. Lombitrd Strte:
B ALUM ORB.
LTirral cah SKTvaucrt made , um
consbrnnvntx. sr2lne ao.l I Ics fur-
nislrO l lowesi latvs.
Sept. 11 Ccu.
Johri . Armstxong,
Xo. 1 Paytttcvrie Street
TtALKOH. N, C.
Blank Book ! J in ufuct urtr, '
Newspaper, Ifagszloea tad Law7
Books ol - every description
bound la the Tery ttest
Style and at Lowest Prices,
Louisburg, H. C.
Jk. D, Gccqh
The present proprl tar lias leased
the Eale Motel, (rornwriy occupied
by James Dent) fo a number of years.
' Pe Is prrimred to accommodate
regular and transient boarders, has
nice room?, we 1 furnUhcd and tilted
tip In the best style. 1'e baalM) large
and convenient rooms for alcs e to
display their samples. 1 be table ls
daliy supplied with the bmt Ute m r
ket afTurJa He will s are no pains
tii;niasiufc his boanlrrs comfortable
and hopes he M 111 rvce ive a liberal
prttron.iir from the public.
Jan. 8th 1875.
To the Public.
Having moved my shop tt my boose 1
toot halt mil-, fiom the t isiuc psrt
ofTowr, on the F.aoklintot rad. I
tske plca3re iu tr.ioiosip th proj 1
of Franklin, that I am pre par d V do
all work iu n y 1 oe, as e,cap as can bv
done elaeahrr. 1 sta vrrj ihanktal
tit past patroosgr, and slBcerely hopi
that yon wi;l c- ntinue to pa'ronm ma.
- I am very Respect fatly,
P. S. Parties w'uhioK in bar work
ri.oe, will Uave tt with Mr Ballard, al
Meaars. Barrow 9t PlcataoU store aad
will r a'tctid.d to promptly,
Jan 17 i'.
Raleigh & Easton R. R
Sltehixtes wet's OrricE,
lUlrl-U, X. C, June 11 Lb, '72.
On and after Moixlay Jiin l"lh,
1872, trains ou the Italelgli A O as ton
llallroad, w Ul rrm ibiDy (Souday ex
cepted) as follows:
Leave RalcJh 10.00 ft. m.
Arrives at Wehlcui ....... 3.30 p.m.
Leaves Weldon... .. 9.15 a.
Arrires at IXaWlb) M p. m.
8.00 "p. m.
Arrires at Wrldon C.3J a. tn
Lea ea U'eldoii ...... . . . 9.15 a. m
Arrives at Ualelli ...... 8.U0 p. ns
Mail train makra cle connect Ion at
Wrlduo with the seaixard & Hoaaoke
IUilioail aort By Lite feteaiucrs via.
baltfmore. to aad fiota a.1 poiau,
North. Weat and Kcucat aact wtti
tb Pcursbarg Itailioad ia PcUrsUxr,
Htcittivo'l aad VastiiQgon Cit,
and tu rn all potais Nurth and 2i nL
wist. ' .
Am! t rUleb wi.b the Nrtb t'-r-l;o
Kulroaxl to aa4 truoa ail put a a.
oova aad bombwru. aod wuli
llaleth & Annans Air Lidi W Uay
WOud SB.l F4jctlttl.lc
Acci tamoa'ioQ and Freight tria
cooct at wt'dnj with Accvioivia
Uoi and FmQt uaias oo ratoard &
Koaooka Kailroad aaO Pctcribftig
Aod at Ulci b :wiik Accocamola
Ion aail i tralat jtvrUt Car
lion Kai.raa. . -
Frrtvaa Iiviot a'on tLe hot of th-
roal cb visit lUki(U ia lb moralB
by Accuo:n'daUo traia, and nmt a
arret al Lours and rt.ura the tame
A. B. AMuREWa
H- . . Ccalbopt