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trrr-rr 'i; tri"" :- v rr -
'If'1'1 - - -
- ,'. ' vm Fishing is the rcrt now.
Jnnsnurta. ...... ."April, 1G, 1 1$T5 w
Clroquetfeeascn has opened.
, SPECIAL -. ITEMS,. TH
We will send tbe CouniER and
dodey's Ldfly'g Book, with beautiful
Oil chroma" Rescue,'. 12 months for
$4.50. . . '
The name of Mr. H. C. Jones' t new
hack, which runs every day from this' J
place to Franklinton is "The Rose
15ui, it is both pretty and comfortable,
. ; !' ' ; ' ;; .- -',
Mr. T N. Carlile desires to see every
1ody that comes to town, at his store on
mayi street as ho has a larjje tock of
of good, which he is an x!ouji4o dispose
of bfforc; he starts north for his . spring
SODA FOUNTAIN.. FOR
i ne town scales ' are : being repaired
t with i.ew timbers. ;
:w . . -
r '. " 'i v .;-. -
Thereafe more dorrs in this county.
tan fchcep7ha;6e, .
- J)o not borrow your neighbors
Couriku. "" ' - " '. " . -
rM-'; - . ?:;,....' :v
'! Spring time-ia coining gentle An
nie,r wfcll come ab ng don't wait.
'A A general repairiug of fences around
gardens, for the past few days.
! rr - " .
ii31r. Allen Harris, la quite, ill at his
residence, about 5 miles 'from town.
E. V. . FULLER has lxn selling
some, very fine Flur during the ear,
.but on his recent trip succeeded in
finding a lot of Family Flour that ex
cels anything he has ever before offered
to thepublic . It is simply perfection ;
and for creamy whiteness, - oft rich
texture and fleecy lightness can not be
approached, by any flonr in the market
He challenges the far famed l'atapsco
to compare with it. Remember to get
the"Knston Family," from & W.'l
Fuller if you want the most snowy de
licious bread that it falls to the lot of
mortals to taste. . .
The Cour t Yard pump is a nnisance
will not our town Commissioners have
tha wen filled r a : J. .'
Tlie a:r is redolent with the per
fume; of -Guano,
Wonder if it is
s pricetthe ;Cot'ElEit .12 month
- - .' . - ... ", . . ... ......
.$2 ,'00 orer' 900 columns of reading
matter each year.
r(tni Soda Fountain with improved f "1 Mrs Sjencer, mother of Ml. W. H.
,1c Counter Piece and Syrup Tanks. Snciicer, we are t-aiued to hear is quite
Arplyto J.R. CLIFTON,
jjouisburg Drng Store
BRICK 1 BRICK
Vk. nre preparing to commence mak
1r..' Rrik at. our Saw MiU. Will h 'c,
ONE- HUNDRED THOUSAND.-
Toiuly for delivery bv the first ofJunov
Th we wanti ng, will please hand in their
(JARKOW & PLEASANTf?.
ill at her dairliters home iu PaciCc.
....;;t .. 1 1 . l. .x
Mr, A. M. Noble, with the Grocery
house of Me!f tsi W; II. Morris & Sons,
Nyrftflk Va. was in town last week.
r Tjye third unmral session of the N
t$). Press AiiMotiatti n wi 1 meet in Wil
hiingtou'outho 11 tli of May next, n
The Oxford Tutxh L'Vi. atd the
- ' - -. -
Milton Cr.ro.c7ef are' at daggers
Doint. well " it aict our' fierht: M) we I 5 j.
stand ofif and sav netting. ,
Gen. Jaet.h E.Jchrstfn, haC';n
rented to act as. C!.iff Marshall, at the
Me liii'Mjrg Centennial. The. lion,
JoL llerr will deliver the addres, .
The Raleigh Light .In far try. has
ben piiiicntcd with a beautiful flag.- I
It wa'i-resentd' by Col. T Fuller
in behnlfof the ' itiz.n ofRal i-Ti. ."
Ti.e 3I:i.tcrs of the Granger of the
r (ADVERT ISEULXT.j
U; S. Internal Revenue
Mat 1. 1875, to Apnn..30f 1878.
Till, nwiaasrl - Rtktnta r( ttit TTni
Soutlicrn States will ntcM in Ralei-h I Ri.tc cutinn. who . o-
W H JD & 3 iLi O
Tlie April number of 0r Living
av'f Our Dtad,ms been received.
The Maeraiine is brim full of useful
....... . ..............
.and interesting facts connoted with
he Jatu war, as well a -having a de
partnent for History,. Riopraphy,
I.itrature and Science- The book is
in May, at the mc time with ti e
Southern Agricultural Congress.
Tl.c Wihnimrton fur, wishes Gen.
Clhictunn -'- to write i the Historv of
North Carolina. Thero is no man in
tr e S'atQ better - fitted for the work
than the General. ' t -' -
Tie Danville Times on bain'; a
worth tlie price. Address S. D.
$239, rtquirw ry p roa engaged id
ahv Iipsiii avoratfof. or emiilnf ment
which renders himliable to a SPECIAL
TAX. l-0:.PKOf:UR AND TLAuE
CONSPXCUOUvSLY IN HIS ESTAB
LISHMENT OR PLACE OF BUSI
NLbS a STAMlv tteootirjf die .pj,
mect.f Mid Special Tax tor the Special-Tax
Year beginning My 1, 1873,
befure cinraeDCinij or cmtaiuin bui-
Drti hi cr April SO, 1875.
THE TAXES EMBRACED WITH.
subscriber, says ; If sonbody. did not
f.,li : l ! til. ... i .
Pool RaleipK N. C. with M n- ,u" uat " t IN THE PROVISIONS OP 1 HE LW
c ...... I .1.; i.i i..4 j..ii I ,
closed, which willpav for this valuable l B,"'u,u "" " Wrt' ecil,"o ABOVE QUOTED ARE THE FOL-
book for 12 months
- . Franldhion, 11 C, T:,'
,: ; - . , , .
Ar dtnn!itl to tn nat :Kr L VR1E aoi ASSOIirBD :K J
"-v ' GENERAL MERCHANDISE -.
- ' m " '
AT Tni LOTTEST POS9IBLS TIQCKE'.
-'-.!-... . ' ...... - . .
Jn w..t fcoli CHEAP-CALL OK THEL A.j kUA f pro4w
" " - l . '
: . : . .... '
taks t liett price, ' '
. " . at '"
: IV. A R D & B ii,o. : J
STARLLSU ED 1S47.
CominiwiWvnei-s, to Jet tlie, contract for
extending Xhc, bridge over the River at
thiaplacj. ' . ;'(
31e hoary rains for the past several
months, have .washed our streets bad
ly. : Work on them before they get
Tliore ' are fouvteen GranL'es in this
bin" purposes, koungs. Celebrated h . , L .AA
Perfected Pensepic Spectaclss and YVr:1"'" i rn,J,l'v,ul uu rrT;
Eye. Glasses, sill improve and bencBt bcrs in all We .letrn that the. order,
your eye-sipht. - is rapidly growing in strength. ;?
(Ml and see them when vou visit ' 5
. i . t
t -wio larmers are seen lonnmnjr aoout
-l-, ,.v i f .... .
, i. our streets, iney are an at wvk, tuey
We would respectfully call ymr' at1
tention to thvi new rich, and cheap.
Watches, Jewelry, Hiamoiuls, S Iver,
Ware, Clocks nnd -fancy pnoW at)
Youngs. Marble Front jJ?wlry Store,
corner 'Sycamore & ltik - street h.
' IVterfburg, Va., Solid lSkt. plsin
Gold Rings for- engagement, and wed
. Household Magazine. The 3rd
number of this most excellent majra-
zine, is befyre us. Tt is a credit to our
State, and we hope it will be sustain
ed. ; This number contains a splendid
portrait of the Hon. W. A. Graham.
ffeteafter ti e publisher will give twot
portraits in each number instead of
one as heretofore.- -Price oMln-Mra-
zine without premium chr6mo$l. 50,
brlScts per sinjrle eony. Address J.
A. Bonitz, Golcbboro N- C. r , .;
The Chi drens Friend says, that
there is a rail way at last from Hender
son to Oxford, but explains in a P. S.
that the rails are those stolen frcm the
neighbors fences. '
The Hotel at Weldon has a new
Gon. Manninc savs. the 'consarued,
LOWING, VIZ :
Rectificra. . -
Dtaltr?, retail liquor
Dealers, wholesale liquor i : 100 00
Dealers la malt1 liquors, - whole-
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 00 Commission Merchants.
t2oo oo w h. Morris1 & Sons.,
VW I .... r .
I i I . '.' .... - - '
1 COTTON FACTORS JSD ,.
Dealers in leaf tobacco ' 25 00'
Retail dealers in lcat tobacco 500 00
the citizens, . to death. It had .the cf-
Tect To carry Bro.' M.y back to his boy
hood days. V . . - ---'
.Mr. F. H. Biisbee-deliveied an ad
dress on Saturday jnight tthetUnd inst-,
vTite Waverlt SIagazine Th's I before the school of the Messes fs'afb
Mogazine published by Moses A Dow rand fjellog. His subject wasi'The
Boston Mass. is now in its fiftieth veir. Imortalitv of Force." His lecture is
Tt is a sixty column rgnfcine, and highly spoken of.
furnishes with each huniber a "page of
the choicest music. There are no con
tinued stories ;'all are concluded in the
paper inr u which "Ihey." bejrin' : The.
price of the paper is 3,00 for 12
3 for 6 1,50 for 3 nonths.
thing liked to haye friglrtHned some of And pn aIeg of over fl000 fitt cent$
tor every Uollar in excess ot 81.000.',
2S.'5 and 27 Ccnnmerc ?t.
' k . - . - 1
Dealt rs in manufactured tobacco 5 00
Manufacturers of stills , 50 00
And for each still maauf ctared 20 09
. And for each worm tuioul&ctured 2000
Manufacturers ol tolmcoo " " 5 10 00
Manufactures of cigars; j 10(1
Peddlers of tobacco, firtt class (more
than two horses or other animab) 50 00
Peddlers of tohrcco, second class
I (two horses or other animal) 23 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third class (one
horse or other aoimsl) - , - : , j 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fonrth class (on
foot or public convejanre) , ,10 00
Brewers ot less than 500 barrels 50 00
i Brewers oi 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any person, so liable, who shall fail
Petersburg, April 16. j to comply with the foregoing require-
, WH mae libera1 urrncy advan
Cesou pro luce of bill lading In hand.
- Mr. A. M. Xobie, of K. ., Is co i
nectel with' our bouie. and will be
HAWKINS d CO.
. ., -
. Mt. 43 IT, Lombard Street.
LlVral cah advances mad nui
lU-aed to rccelretthe patronage of j con brn mentis IajKlng and Ties fur
hi friend . ; "', ' I nUhd t lowt ttet. . .
Sept. 11-Ciu. - . , ; . . ,
Lonisburg, April 1C.
. ; . 15
'The )Varrcntjn: Gazette in 6 peak-
. , . : 5 5 w it
meets will be subject to severe penal-
urr; ays :
'yf hntv trip to Louisbnrg Inst
Friday, found our sister town in an
apparently tbrtvinif ''-'conditioni The
merehnnts said. " 'fhev we"e doinr wMl
Persons or firms liable to pay any of terms.
. W. 0. WOLFE,
Martl. ' Rton. " ir-ditonea,
,Mounmenl Trtmls," Oraol'a
.,.. i Work, Ac., &.
V)Tf of Morgan mod BIoot SirMta,
R A L E I d II, N. C. '
.Work !dona on tr most . rrtsooabl
C.enilimj' PEUUVIAN --Cuano di
rect fronif ttoverniinnt w.ir-h; i Cruar
ranteed pure and unadulteratevl Very
w for Cadi. .
W. ,S. MALLOUY,
!VankKW, ii. C.
He asks then t'k'ase to 'stwi it, as he
is not a 31 in i -tin. ? - ' . "f r .
Itcauiiful and Interest-
intend to w.iik the. h.!irfb:- m npriniint
Vr . i-i , i i - . 'r for ti c 'tinges vhile.'"thfl hnn huiU'
.nfjteinjr a litt.e ln-hind in their r.irmp. ,
i iin.rjs poffi-e-i oiii.o nnsv. i!-. minnow
SLimnl A..r.li.io'l,Mnr . .1.1 i-ft'e-urf Ti-n I TV .f il . IT.'. - J -
lills,of the Orphiii i Asylum, as 'K ;v.M has a flonnshing school and there ap
of vrrnl Trosfrrnijs Pma1e schools 'n
th rillnr.1 Ir. Jriser-h J.. Davis,'
C' oke and 8oenrorand Baker as usual
wrrf . g(nid.' snd bosritablo,- and ae
mort worfhv rrnresentn'vos of-tho
worth and intelligence . of good old
Franklin. ,: '
f-A Titk Ccvxtkt Sqtjarr. We wish to
rail ' the attontion of onr ' loard of
Countv Cpnuuiss'onfr lp -condition
f th.e Court square. The . beatifnl
idm shad?' tree's, mnst ero lonjr Ifin
nrn?sh and die.f fsome'liin is not done
'optop the washing of the earth from
heir" roots, on th.j south and west
side particularly. . it is --imnrtnnt
, -It .gives' u.-plonsfire to s'atfi that Mr.
-W. K. 1 for ton', . who has bei very il I
fr some time with Pnr-u!noui;t, is
.agsiin'ablc to attend to business.
I' -iv(as ulile:turi to learn "that
,MajiunhanV?i?s so-' far rcctivercd as
t6 be able, to be removed lo.lits fathers,
in iliuintnu:-' --
f 'Head the attractive advertisement of
I ' . ' ' : , 'Ti Jfr:, h.; A . duller.' ou '. can. fl ways
llev. M'. 1. iMnnell.is agenfor hei jrv)j uixiii-getting ; the best bargains
'Crossoiid Crown," a 600 pa pec " Tiook. fro"i: tb.oso whoadvertiso
by the llev. James D- McCabc ir,: Y t ! omu t
J i.J - ; ' 'Have vcur Letterheads. Bill heads.
The book isa history of the J?"f:r -that :someth:shoiild be done ard
n.l tnump..s ot the .heroic tmnv and, a (Uus" Office. Tl.ev will ' bo done at 1 nftt "
women, who were persecuted - for) the-1 -r zrBl't" :'n "i '''n"n' - in. the State tlrt. can boast .of a better
'leligion of Jesus Christ, Tho book is-l i (q - ' V; j and more conveniently arranged Court
printed on fiae white paper, with largo J ,' "Tlie contract for "making the addi- J TIoue. than Franklin, and we revnem-
elear type, and contains 17 large J tioato , the bridge over the river at J her when tlie square ,ws the T-ride of
steel engravings. He sure to see Mr.
rinnell, tma ctve him your name, as i iu May
ihe book is only sold hy subscription I 14$) feet,1 with 5 ntw stone pillars
J thin "place, will be let the 1st Monday nur people, but for number of years, J heart pce
; iu .uav uui. xne auuiuon will be l ine raiunsr nas,jo?en iown,:ana -in
Newr ;A (Ivertiseiiieiits,
Hav:n2ben appointed a Oommi tee
by the Board of County Commissi on
ers, to receive sealed proposals, for ex
tending the bridge over the river at
this place, beyond high-water mark,
We will receive sfibl senled proposals,
nniil 'the 3rl day ot Msy rext hi la
o'clock M. " Bidders will state in thtir
bbls, what the work will cost in mouey.
and also in County Orders. Bond imd
approved security , of $500, will be
nouired ot the SHCcesslul bidder, for
the- fni'hful performance of the woik
cording to the followirg spccilica
tionsr't " " . ' V
Bridge to be a double track, 1-iO feet
long 18 feet wide, .
4 New spans,1 " ' -
40 8tringer3 36 feet long, 13x9 in.,
to be well hewed. .
13 Cap Sills 18 feet lone, 14x14 in.
28 Flooring plank 22 feet IoDg3xlO
inches. 4 ' 'rf ' ' V
, 28 Post 4 feet long Cx8 in. '
28 scantling 3 feet loDg 3x4 in ,
56 Plank 20 feet long 1-2x8 in.
140 tVet ot timber in length for center
track 4x8 in.
" The flooring to be 18 feet long
3x8 and 10 in.
All of said timbers to be of good
the Special Taxes named above must
apply to 1SAAU J. OUNG, Collector
ot lot roal Revenue at Raleig , N. Ca,
an?' pay fpr and procure, the Special
Ti:x Stamp or Stamps they o-fdt prior
to Mav 1, 1875, ard WITHOUT FUU
TIIEU NOTICE. " -
J- W. D ouglass,
Cvmm 'ssioncr of Internal Revenue
Office ot Internal Uevrnue, '
aahmgton', IV C, Ftrbiuary 1, 1873.
" ' AND : - '
LOUI?rUIlO, N. c. .... .
: Ponr. C, Ston, Ascent, -spr
10 ly., .' iI4 uiVurp, Jf. C,
PEET & ATKINSON.
Wholesale Dry Goods
J No. 45
Bpt. 18 ly
John i Armstrong .
. . i ' .
Xf. 1 Fa jettcTil Street,
RALEIGli. X, C.
" Blank Bock JIanvfiiettrtr, '
Newpper, SIt?xlnes and Iaw
' Btoks of every descriptioa
bound la the Tery bet
Style and at Lowest Prices.'
ln3012:n ; 7
j A. Grcca"
Tlie prcfcnt pronrl tsr has leased
the Ka?jle HotcJ, iformrrly occupied
SASH, BLINDS AND
' MADE to ORDER, and all kinds of
Machine work done at short notice, on J '('OMPLKTE TI1IRTT HORSE TOW
nsicasuuuuie i'iius us rmcwucrc iu iuc
S'ate. All grades of CofSln?, Furnish
ed, 'with bearse. ' r .. . . '. 3
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
Latbes ' alwavs
MACHINERY FOR h7 JarnMnef.t)fo-anumlKrof jrari.
.He U prepared to accomiuodaU'
ERP 'itble $eni Stwr Mill, uuM tix
mon hii, wrrantel to ! perfect as
Hry. nw mill. Cost f2,75'J cash.
Pile 12,150.' Terms esy.
Wellons1 Family Prayers.
Fouare used ns a lot,for storin? cotton,
tinber : feedinafc Tiots fzo Wfi kn-w
heavy, and that, the, Board
Thf Yl. Pliiirr.h nt. lliie r1fA la tn
. dx r T, T.. , I that the expensed ! of tlx county nre
have a new Organ, Afr. E W. Ful- , v'j ; , -. . - . - J:
' ler will purehase'tt while in Now York.
Seventy ryornin and Kveiilug Pray- j , Tho-Pulpit is also to be remodeled,
era, ruuuiug through 5 weeks ;3S "1-and other repairs done to the Church
.Pra vers for Snetial occasions: 5 -for
loth to do anyth'.ns that will necesi-
tte, the fspendlnw of money. But
when a necessity like the above is sen,
Children, Graces before nd after meals n . j. , J , . ,v , . ..... '
- , ,. . , , . Commissioners, takes place on the 1st but shoulder the responsibilitv, and
with Dcncdictiona. ' . Prepared by-yan- ; . .. .. . , , ;
, - i i-ir , r' Vii Monday ui Slay next. Registration have the work done -at once
ous authors of tho different Lvangclical . , J J.. lf - . , , , .
i in i. u w rs iirwiTi 111 Tvin jii linn i i k mm u 'ok i . .
1 VlVlC V (It VI4i? UUiLU VI UU I
TownXleskr. jr. It, Furman
denominations. Type large and clear,"
suited touted eyes, and the forms of
Prayer new and fresh. Rook jreU rThell owing jnierchauts have rc-
bounJ,rpapcr white aud heavy aud price I turned froni' the North, where they
low. Boundln full gilt $20, in lloane J have bfeen for? spaie time purchasing
' leather i0I.5O;' in : Moshn 'r$ 1.25;; j their spring goods. : Je&srs. Carlile,
When soiit by n ail, 15 cents additional 1 Barrow," Fuller, and Person.
tuittniM IcL- rmif ' lliirtrKpli fbr 1
. 1 55 v. V5-r wif. AKravKDw Mrs. W, II. Furman.
. : - - v !? .'""." 1 i 1i.to fiMK .iLnnt n.Vn I (rrou will m fo t in T??i1at1i in Afar
Agents wantea to canvass lor uie visitius? her son Mr. H M. Fnrman.
There are 593 convicts in the Pcni-
teutiary. ' -'; ;" " ' " .
Tlie Torch Liqld reports the wheat
croo in Granville backward..
Southern A "ricultural Con-
, Tbre are two wooden arches and
the stone abutment to be. removed,
and stone arches to be put in their.
place, in all seven arches or pillarr, 18
feet loner 6 feet wide. The abutment
to be a wall ot stone on each side, Io a
line with the bridge, said walls to be
four bet wide and run to the hill on a
level with the floor t the bridge, be .
tween the wails ot said, abutment to be
filled with rubish stone and dirt.
The Arches to be first class rubblc
woik, Dry. ; ;. ' ' ,
J. A. 8TONE. 1 Bridge
X. M. HAWKINS, ( Committee.
April 16 3-w. . . 5 .
N o t i c e! .
An Election for Magistrate of Police
and lour Commissioners for tbe Town
ot Louisburg will . t held in the Court
1I0D8, on the 1st Monday ot May 1875,
JPL 1 -V
i 5- ?
lie" i r- -f 'VAwn r 71 l Th Green county , Jail, bnrrel a it being the 3rd day of the monxb.
book. Second edition just out Apply to editor of the Ashcyille Czen, arrived ... The?iotls will be ooened at 1(
J, W WElXOKSr :s
Franklinton N: C.
.furaitrly Of the '
. . propr'etor.
Tliie mRnificont rtOTEL, ftr having
bu tl rouhiT renoTtteil - and r fitted,' i
jjow open r tho c.onirufxl&iion jrgaeU.'
Board, Qrttt aud second floor, ti per d& .
TLinl sajfjanh llrir, $2,53 per (!)
Ti lr. i tnn to rH-rmnt TVr -
home on Mond iy last. We learn that sll0rk tirae ag will soon be rebuilt.
Mr. r urman .with his family contem-
1 Pl?tJSiiSlA5beve u permanent
We do hope Our Conimissioners will
not allow the itagnant pools of water
on the south side of our town, to re-
main, but have them ditched off into
the" river. The cost f will bo very
trlSing, and the good to be derived to
our people Incalculable.
. WTe notice one ot our prettiest side
walks, on I" ranklin street leading to
The Oxford Leader has established
a reading room in connection with its
' office. '.'- i .' - fc-' "r ri ' -": ' .
Raleigh is -JLn. have" another new
Raptit-t C hurch. It will cost ?bout
Th Ueat and Oat crops iu lqnt
gomery county, are said to be the beet,
for many years, at this season. - i - i .
The Commissioners of t Warren
county have refused to grant license
to "any party in the county to retail
tliaiiiWoiKil Church, in a bad eondi-"
timl The iide Jitter bavins become Pin hl tle drlnk
llci up fthe wat-erhas washed out tbe
walk for some 0 or 3D yaids, just a J meeta
few minutes work, will stop this wash.
The ' polls will be opened at , 10
o'cl.-ck A. M. and cloe at 4 P. M. .
All persons of Lawful age. having
lived in tbe State for 13 months, and in
the 0ri orate limits ct the; Town of
Louisburg lor 90 day, pneeedirg the
day ol said Erection, an entitled to
rote, provided they have registered
their names according to Law . The
Registration Books will be opened
from date herof, in the Court liouse,
uaul the 1st day of May, for all persons
qualified to vote in said Election to
Register. - ' : V
1 By order of tbe Major,
Apiil 9 1875.' r
25 HORSE P0 WER-P0K-TABLE
IX FIRST CLAS3 0RDE!?.
.-. . . .
,f ol varlons Horse- Power, .' '
Onm and Leather - Bel t-
A if : ' ' ' ' . ' '
.... . : i v !
ing, Steam Pumps, .
rr', illtfphldt'i Ptmo. he careful and r.VIHIITLAU SAWS Etc.
see that it has my trade mark, as apoTe. I f ,., , t, 1 ' -
ff von do not .know where to buv. de-, I , , ,
scriptive circulars, together, with the .'. fGT f- ' fletcrlptiTe CircbM
n me and address of the agent nearest
vou, will be promptly farnuhed by'ad
dre6sing wi lb stamp. ' '
Charles E. Blalchley,
500 Cn merce. ft "PtdU.lepbis, Pa.
btr Wood Pump is
itsV st a vninn .
market, by popultr rer
)oic the ljest pump tor the
least mom y.' 'Attention it in
of j vitea to Btatcmeya improvea
ry'St Bracket, the Urrp Check
Valve, which can be withdrawn with
out disturbing the joints, nd the cop
per chamber which never cracks, scales
or rusts and will last a lite time.
For sale by Dealers' and the trade gen-
crally. . In nnler to be sure that you
regular and traiiplriit boarders, lias
iijce room", we 1 fornUhod and fitted
up to tlto beat tyle. I has also larjrV
and roiiveiilcut rooms foraJesaeo U
display their. sainjl. TIm:, table l
dallr supplied with tlie bcrt the in-r-Vet
afTorI Tie will rnm no pain a ,
In mAMnir bU Imanlers comfortable,
and hoiM'S be "will rett-ive ft liberal
patrouaas front the public.
Ja-. tiili ltJ73. .'
To the Public.
ITavtng m"Xl my shop tt my boos
alKnt halt n il fomthe bnslai part
nf Town, on lite F.nkliatot rud. I
'sk pleasure lu inroiminir tha people
ol Frnk'int iUni I am prepar-d t dtt
a'l work in n y l nef km c'leap at caa b
lrne lsewhrr. 1 4 am rrtj ihaektul
f r pt patmoag, and klncerely bop
that joa l I c- niinae to pris cb.
; I am very Qespcctfally,
P. F. rtr;es wlfLlae fo h?e work
dune, will (rave It with 'Mr Ddlard, at
Meri. Drriw & Plea nts store and
will ! attroded to promptly.
Jan '. U. r W" - '
Raleigh & Gaston R. n,
1 : : company.
, Sci'tBixTicnCT's OriicR," 1 '
rEal-igb, X. C, Juuo HUi, 72.
On and after Monday Junt ' 17th, ,
1S72, trains on tlie Kah l-ti & OtMmn
Rail rmf, will run dally (Sunday x
ceiled) as follows;
Mail, tai.t. r. .
Tavrs Kalelgli 10.00 ft. m.
Arrive at Wcldoii ZJZQ p. m.
Ieaws Areldou . ', . . . . V.1 5 ft. m.
Arrive at Ralclgli . . .05, p. ta.
, ACCOMJXODATroX Taxxy. ,
We mention ft few d wb we have
Si ld ectnd hsndrd Engine :
ny tue unaersinca, on wonaay last. .rt ne nu,it T, tl.i. tn rt
. mare muie, uie owner cau get iuc rae.and jcrelvo funds for tbe Orphan
eame by applying to me. proving prop- Asylum, ny contribution given to
eny pay mg cost ot tins aayerusemeui either one of rbo committee, will be
.and for kcopiug said mule. forwarded to the Asylum, R. F. Yar-
Tbe Kjjscopal Church Convention Valuable FlOUrfng, GriSt
ieti in JNevrbero on tbe 19th of 31ay. I t - ; fl
T!dreeonib! count r has a man lirlnif i . . J, .... i
o j c
, G. W. M1NN1S,
' Old jf.. 17. New 141 Sycamore fit
r ' PETERSBURG, Va.
Eve'ca every te of YVrwp frnm
caid fr lif. zi. n 4he best Hvfsof
i-t. . Prirra ' mod rut,-- sstbfrin
uunrant. Gllerj estbsbeUa 1874
' "OK?. 2 t . -ft '
53 - v '.':'',,-:ry - 53
'.Z E. RICO T ER. ; r
Icaves IJalh-i BSC p. at.
Arrives at WrMon ....... 6.21) a. n.
Tmfm VMn - O m mm.
W. . "Ui bt, Franklinton; . C. I Arrives t Raleigh 8.00 p.
Mll ra'n mk close cosarctloa at
in it, who cuts and splits 100 rail in
one hour, his; name is Marcus IlilL . "
The Leader will soou begin i enca
borough, Jno. G. King, Thog. White lle cuts of 9llUrcbes
and Geo. B. Jwker.. . .: ihc articles.
"fCJESE iWatclimakcrland Jew-
The Mills tre-in good funning order, I C'lCr.
and draw custom from a lrge scope ot I risr. WaU-hSnJ- jwtl rVthbM
of articles on the Cbttrcbea of Gran- 1 untry, Uonneded with tbe mills is ! .Mansion ail at the loetp kr.
3ppyto W. t. THORP, I nwiei. - ; . r
- - T : ,J; - .Hccky Mount K, C. f .retetstmrTft
, II. J.GitXB, iAxlrgVr, y. C
J. A. Bcrrojr, & Ja'kwr, K.C
" Bakrow & Pi,asaht, LouUburg,
T.A. Pbicsj" & Cv, Bt atrsvil,
Y. Si irk walj, nappy IImb
; ; ninu a h unter,
'!"J.p.-? m - 'l, " ' "'"""
T lib MAS,
'' I A5D '
Co viviiMMion Merchants,
Xo. 53 FyetUvill gtrcet,
' ' ... EALEIGII, X. C.
!. Opposite UetmpoUtaa Ililf. "
Weldon with the seatard & Ookt
Rilto4l and By Lie Steamer rift.
Rltinvre. Xn ard from ft!l point.
Xiob. Wet ftad Northwest la4 h .
th Pc?crburjf Railiod vu Pet
Ricl'mond nd W.hlptrto Ctf, "
and frcm all points Korth and If rtb
And ! RaVjrh with tbsNorth C.
otina Rtilroad 'a ft I tnm all ipnlara.
P'h and SouthwcU. and with thm
Raleich & Augusta Air Lint to liar-
. . in. ,. "
wooa ana r ajciicTutc.
-Aec'mniv'io3 and Freight frais.
conoict at weMoi wlrh AccomnvHa
tut a 0 Frrt-jHt traiaa oq !sUoftrii A
Foaaoke Railnwl aoI Prtcrsbftis;
IUilrnast. . . , , ;
And at Itleigh with Aeenmswlft
tioa ftxl freight tralcs oa North Caro
lina Tlalirol f
rrfKM HvB? tb hna . cf th
road can visit IUleich ia th moral
by Accinio5aUoB train, . nd. rraiin
several boars, and re I era tLt tics crc
A. B. AITDIHIT7H