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GEORGE S. )UKER. .
Editor and Tkoip.ietok.
All letters addrcF.sid t
Cko. S. 1Jaki:r,
Ahmi., 2:5. 8T."i.
The work of frulinifr a Conditu
tion for a sovereign State, la the high
est trust that cn be reposed in an
American Citizen. : lie not only acts
for his immediate Constituent and
the present ger'era'Jon, lmt the result
if his labors sdTect dirrctly the whole
rHafe, and potni'y. It i hih pro
vince and duty t. nmp out a iiar. of
government which phull lust for ag..ss
and besa guide to tWe who come af
terhiin. IU is I" .draw th chart by
whic'ithe ship folate i to be v'uided
for all time, thr.muli fair weather and
through storm, :vr tjjyti'ootli places
and the rugged as! alike. To 'do
this the wisest and lkt men in the
community bhould b all means 1
electa!. A Constitutifcial Convention
should be composed of the ablcit,
wisest, and beit men in t..c State, for
in them is abHolutcly vested all. the
attributes of aovcreipdy.
Buch has generally been the chsrae
tsrofthe ineo that have hitherto sat
in the Constitutional Contentions uf
this State, if we except that of 18G8,
whicli was bj no means a North Caro
lina Convention. The Convention of
1835, waa in all probability tha able-t
bod of men that ever nembled in
the Stac. A body that counted
among its member a Ma on, a (iastjn,
n Dauinl, a ., Swain, a. Seauell, an Ed
wards and many others (if that charac
ter was necessarily above thoi average
cf deliberation bodies, in ability. In
the Convention of .1801, was Gov.
Graham. Gov. lteid, Mr. ledger, Mr.
Craige, Mr. Ed vard', Gen. ;Lcachi" and
men of that character, who would havo
" been bright and ahiuing'Jiuhts in any
body of men. In the -Convention of
1875 satVueh 'inch as Wm.'Katon Jr.,
Mr. P, II. jWiiiKton. C. C. Mark,
lion. II. V. Moore, Judge Howard
and many otl.or able and distinguished
Carol ininns. ; Tliee Conventions were
all. composed cf able men, Men
whoHC reputations were not 'circum
scribed by State lines," and some of
them, Tmd not only a national reputa
tion for ability, but- their f me, ex
tended wherever the Kng'ish ' system
, of jurisprudence" pertfcinod.
Many of these men huve parsed off
the Sfage of action ; yet we have some
of them left,' and many have come up
who arc in every way worthy to take
. the places of their illustrious prede
ceasors in the great' Convention of
187" When such men as Gi ah am,;
llattle. Vance, l'owlc, Mcrriinon, Ran-.
oro. l)avi, Grein. Durtch, MeRae,
and many' others' we might mention
ball assemble In our State Capitol,
and, proceed to form a Government
for our State, then will the' old time
confidence .gf our pi-oplu irj their gov
ernment, bo again reford. They
will look foward to a return to the
days of justice, : happiness and pros
perity. '' : .
Let all' the Counties pee that the
Lest uien shall be selected to that
Convention. It is near enough tf.
that of 1868 to stand out in admiruble
contrast with theaetof vnltere, that
then, met in our. State Capital under
the auspices of the bayonet hik! iipset
our old Mate government with - itsj
cherished principles, mid hallowed
associations. Let us remember that
we are North Carolinians, and by the
memories of the past, tlmmed of the.
.present, and the ,hope of the futur,
If are no atone unturned, by which we1
nay secuie a good government once
. more, for ourselves, and our posterity.
The following very sonsi Lie article
we copy from the Greiubo'-o Civtral
Protestant : ,
JlmxleiiH fitv tle loile.
The papers are uSpoken, as they
ought to be, agif.st the odious postal
lilw which ( ongres recently passed.
A more corrupt p;ece if business, and
one more cloarly to the d'ndvantage
of the many, and for the speei.il aceo-ii-modation
of those who did it, rarelv
ever coniea to light in lilt extremely
, corrupt age. The postal mraiige
'ment, whicli the4 precious legislators
displaced, in order to allow their own
dirty ioggvgo to go through free of
charge, was one that clearly worked to
the accommodation and convenience
of tbe, people4, who were thus delivered
from they, cxhor1 iiaiit ates of express
coin pan i5. on email packages of b'oks,
1 iceds, ample, , paijerna, but now
I the people ' are 1 turned over to tie
. rigors of Kx press Company oxtortior,
by means of double postage on all
thud class matter, while the6e Con
gresaajer have voted the ranking
privilege to rbemselTes And they
took the precaution to cover up their
tracks by ref njsin jo,4.i?iYC J"' vea
.and liny rocSv led fso that itjniigbt
lint be ki'owrj veto voted jr Hie
'measure; Well they knew tuat tliey
were trampling upon the already exr
pressed will f the people, who had
demanded 'the repul of the f.aitkwjg
privilege. ; a nil' for f;ar of ti e people
ihfy refused the call of the yeas and
Now lot the-e self condemned, niis
rianTed "Tepresciifa tT? f rank as to smy
of their jfcpeeehej? aUtey plise. bni be
frank enough to let them know yon I
cahMiave no lespeei' for'anyththg tat 1
.s .-," t ; 'a, , " . -
emanates from tnem until t:iey clear
their icirts of tlt postal outrage, j
On f nnr aolest exchanges sug-
gc-ts the j propriety of inqutnng5 of
very , representative .fif(d:e ypted for
this last swindle; but we think, it not
at. all ufijust to' assume" that every rep
resentative did so who does not volun
tarily come out and, deny it, , '
There can ber scarcely any doubt
thaf this odious measure will be " re-
pealed a soon ' as' possible, but ita
aithors are none the less to blame on
that 'eeonnt. It was the last chance
that some f tVetn w ill ever liaVcto'
sell their votes and botray their cch
stituents. and knowing it they made'
the most of it.
AN ACT TO CA LL A CONVENT ION
OF THE PEOPLE OE NORTH
CAIUJNA. ' "
Whereas, The Present Constitution
of Norrli Carolina h, in man j important
particulars, unsnited the wants and
condition ot our poopl; and where as
ia the jugmVn of this Uanertl Aspm
bly, a correntioa of the people is th
only sur", and Is besides the 'most ec -oomicfll
morle ofHenf;or am ml'og,
it, and bel evin'ir th end in vitw utterly
imprficticahle by leg'stative enactment
. , ' .1';.). :'. '".'!
on account or t e K'eat aumler of dis
cordant and conflicting ; prviion9 of
the C .nftitu'ion ai - x,- now i?f now
therefore. ... .. . -
Section 1. The General Assembly of
N' rth Carolin do ,nact, (two-thirds
or all the nv-mhrrs of ac;t. House ; cpn
curing.) That a C -av-ntion of he po
pie of North Carolina b", and the same
i . )-.,
U hereby eal'ed.to meet in the rial! or
the Ilouae of ! R-prenentatives '" in ,th ,
city of Raleigh, n mnndiy, 6t.h day
of Sep'ember, A:. D.' 1875, fo- the pnr.
pose of considering and .adoptintji such
amendments to.-- the Constitution
they may deem uecessary and expdi
ent swhp ct only r to the rtatriction here
I Srx. 2. The said Conventi' n shall oon
pist ot on hundred ancl twenty dele-t.
pa'ep, and each county shall be entitled
to th sime number of rfrlogntes tht it
has m'mlt rof the' HoB9e of Repre
sentnativea nnner th; present apor-
tionmeut, and thf snid delegates shai
have the qualifications r quired of
members of the House' of Representa
tive, of which qnuliflcationa the Con !
vention ah ill be thet iudg. ' ' , ; '
Skc. 3. On the 1st Thursday of Au
gust 1875, the sheriffs ot the State shall
open polls for tle election of delegates
to the said Convention from the; r re
spective countries, and th eletin
aforesaid, and the registration for the
same, shall be held ami conducted; the
officers thereof including registars and
jadgea of election, appointed; rthe votes
counted and compared; the result pro
claimed, and certificatss issued in the
same manner asjs provHed by law ft;r
the election of members of the. ITonse
of Representatives of the General As
sembly., t r h, s ",
Skc. 4. The said delegates shall be
called to order at 12 o'clock on the
day fixed therefor, bv the Chief Justice
or one f the Associate Justice of tbe
Suprem Court or Secretary of Stat-',
who. if there aot a quoram, - eiall
adjourn them Vxhe same placa,and from
day odsy, until a quorum shall appear;
ami o-i the appearance of a quorum, he
shall admin'stea to each of them , the
followirging oat : ''
'T')U, A. B. do solemnly swear ' (or
affirm.aathr delegate elect shall choose.)
that you will biithfo'ly maintain an-i
support the Constitution of tbe United
S ates and the ser ril , amsndments
there to, including the 13th, 14'h and
15th amendments; and that you will
oeittur directly nor i mdirrctly evade
or dis tesrd the dutief eojoitiei nor
the rt'stictions imposed upon th? Coi
vention iy tn act ot the General A
eemhly authorizing your electioo. So
help you Go-'."
And no d Igat-s shin le psnuit'ed
to sit or be eatrl'd to a seat io said
Convenii.in, cr art as a de'egate thereto
unMt lie snail htve airscribeu tin
abovf oath or afurmation; and as S'on
as a mj n y. ol the lelegate tect
shall have thu app-urd an beean
8wrn in, they vliall then prore d to
elec' their own preeuliog officer, an 1
such o'h.r officers and aervaant
as they, from tim: to time, . shall : find
n cefsry; and it a vacancy shsll occur,
they shall be filVI in the came manner
as they like vacancies are' filled by
law in c ise of vacanr?ea in'the .General
Asemaly. Said ' C nvention - shall
biv no p er to ronider. d bve.
ad p, or propose any amendment to
Jtlit txistuig Constituti'.ai ,cr ordinance
npon th- loKpwirg su'jec"f; J
- The Hom 6t a 1 rand Person al . Prop
erty Exemptions tie , mechanic's and
larer lier, and th righ s of War
women, as now sec a red by law nr, t
alter of amend secti m 3 Or " 5. . article
Y., of ttid Constitution,; nor . change i
the ratio between the poll an.1 p oprty
t ix as therein eatablishetl; nor 8haU the
said Qonventioclbave power to propose,:
or adopt ar;y amindment or ordinate
vacating any office or term ot iose
new existing ami filierl or he'd hjTirt-
ne of any Selection or app intmeut un
der the exist ng Constituoa and laws
until the same shsll bi vacated or ex
pired mrder ex tin Uvnb; bj- th ai d
Con veti tion mij ncormea ' Jth a 1
iehnvnt 6t any off ce when tae r .ent
term tUt-frin rfhal etpire or, virancits
occur, and they may p ov.cl -, tor li lir.g
sncii vacancic?, o new s tn.n as now.
and HmTtitg the er'm4 'Mi r of. Not
shall said ConrtntiVia adopt or jtropo?e
any pln or acnendniint or fcheme ot
compensation to the owters'ot' emiq
cipated a'aves, nor for the payment of
any liability or debt inqarred wholly
,injrt in aid of tbe, late war bet ween
the States, nor for thej rfcatoratioq f
imprisonment for debt; nor. glial' they
require or propose, aoy educMtional or
projterty qualification forofficeor: vo:
ting, nor shall 'said Convention pass
any ordinances- legislative in their'
character, except aacb as are necessary
so submit the amended Constitution
to the people for their ratification or
rejection or to convene the General
Assembly. ' "." '
a BKC..The Constitution! as amended
shall be submitsed to the people for
rarification or rejection, and .shU not
be oinding until the same ahrU have
bcea ratified votera af the , State, and
the Conveatidu . shill ; prescrllnj the
moda wnereby the 8nt of ;tb, people
thereon shall l-takn . and recorded.
Skc. 6. There shall be printed imme
diately ten copies of this act for each
member of the General Assembly, and
hundred copias within thirty days at
ter ita ratification for "each board of
county commissioners, and the use of
th registrars and judges of election in
their respective counties; and this act
shall be in force and take tffect frm
and after ita ratificaiin.
Ratified the 19lh day ot March, A. D,
1875..'. V.' ' r;- ..:' V . r .- .
An exchange combats with consider
able vi-or the orumens-i that the city
weeklies are cha per .than ;thj country
paperf, because tbey pi ve nvre col
umt ol rdincr' matter tor the money.
Do the citv papers, it .asks, ever trive
you any home news? Ner-r. Do tnc
ever sav anything in Ttsar'i to y ur
countj? Nolhiiifj. D they contain
notices . of yiur sboolp," church??,
r meeting?,improyemert's, an I hn'-idrel-
of other matters of interest, which yur-
connty pvp r jmb'isbes without
Not an item. Do they ever s iy a wnr 5
calculated t draw attention to your
county and its numerous f thriVh'fr
town?, and aid in th ir prog.r- tvHi'
enterprise? "Not a W"r,?. : And ' yi t
there are men who tike pu; h c ntr-ct
ed views of matter thv 'mlrs th.y "
art getting as many q'iar'j.;inclus" I
reading matter in their own p:p'-r .a'.
they dp in a city paper, they' thtf k t'ie
are not. getting the worth of then rto- -
ey. it rvminaa us oirtne person wha,
ook'tliB litfear pa r ot lo a , in tt:
bX "btnaue the'v ci?t tlv s khriu uh t;
pir'mneh ansabi'r t'ut ri-ed him. j j ;r
Tnisr or IT. There is many, !
city and town that .will appreciate the
followinjr: Orc manufactory einplov-
ing a bundled men . will support an
ndditionnl, ,500 people.,, Tliee hun'
dred families )).! disburfe uintutilly.:
on the'averagel . $800, or $7";000.in
the ajrrpate. ' This niotiet" will i e
drarrn into the town from the outside.
wher? the .manufactured mid.- r.re CRn-
sunietl. and tlw interest of tl.isTC.;
000 at' ten pr cent; - would be $7,500.1
Those hundred fahiilieV,' too, would re--
qu:re a hundred hous'ea.'tbotissnrTVf'
pound of agrieuUural prcdnee. and
thouanaa of yard of cotton and nor
on good, thus 'piving health and im
petus to avtry branch cf industry. ;
H'AE JEST 3-C S S
: ' ' -6- .'
V I have just opened harness and
saddle shop in Louisbursr 1 shall
kp.ep always on hand a go d : stock . it
scuine. made Harness and Satld es.
I etnpoy gootl and ezpcruLC;d rk
men, and 1 warrut all tbe wrk put op
nj uie ; ail kinds 6iJ rt pairing la ra
line doue.on t.ortiZotlce ana on. very
reasonable terms. Aly Suop is over Mr.
T. .N. Carlilt'a Stori-ou Main street.
23" 1 slicit th patronage ot the
pmjie ot rranklin; . : : - - -Y.
P H O T O GRAPH I C
V Gallery. '
At my ; Gallery over 3Ir. T. X. Car-
lite7 Store can be found at all tirns,
round, square and rustic tram a.; I am
also prepared to take Gem tvpes. Card
and cabinet s!Z J Fnotorsphs. J :
When you Want a good picture of
yourself and family,-call at my Gallery.'
- i . fcy uespecwuuy, -
U. S. Internal Revenue
SPECIAL . .
T A X E Sj
May J. 1S73, TO.APBIL 30 1878.
The Rtvifod Statutes ot the United
Stafes,Seci'ons '?.;y,i57,''82S3. and
rtqaro evry pt-ren engaged in
aoy business avocation, or employment
which renutre biro liable to a SPECIAL
TAX. TO PROCURE A.D PLAuE
CO NPi CI' 0 t'S LY IN HIS ESTA B
LtSHMKN T Olt PLAC E OF BUS!
NESS'a fc.rAMl- ietting ihe py-
meotrf i skid:6peciaii Tax lor tL Sj
ciaJ-Tax "War lesinnir.g Miy-J 1875,
tf ire ctrmmencing or containing bui
ness af eAp.ril SO, 1875.
the vaxes embua.;ed with-
IN THE PU0VlSlONS.br THE LAW
ABOVE ftUOTEU ARE THE FOL
LOWING, VIZ : , : .
Rert!Sers4 200 00
;. P altr,: reta'l liquor 25 00
Dealer?, wh ltsale liquor ' 100 00
I Dealers in malt liqitors, whole
s'aV ' ", '" . " ,r'r." 50 00,
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco f 25 00
' . ItetaiJ.clfcalfcrs in leal tobacco COO 00
Andon sales of over $ 1.000, fifty cents
. fr.every dollar in excess o $1,000.
DeahYs in manufactured tobacco .5 00
Manufacturer of stiils , . , 50 00
And for i ach s ill manufactured 20 00
And lor each worm minulac:ured 20 00
i Manufacturers ot tobai o ) 20 00
, Manufactunrs of cigars. f? 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, first clas (more
than two boroea or other animals) 50 00
- Peddlera of tobcco. second, r lass
(two horses or other animals) 25 00
. Peddlers of .tobacco, third class (one
horse or oi her auima:) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth clas (on
fotlh'r public conveyance) -10 00
Brewers ot leaf than 500 barrels 50 00
' Bi ewers of 50 barels or more 10 ) 00
'": A,ny person, en liable, who shall fail
"to'complv with the foregoing r quiw-'
men(a will be subject to severe oal
Persons 'or' firms linl't to pav any of
the SpecialTaxes nurr.ed a;"ve tnnst
apply to ISAAC J. OUNG, Col1 ct'or
ot Internal Revenue at :-.llal jg , 2i.. C:
and pay lor and prorur -thjs ptcia'
Tax btarnp or S.auj)S thev ned, prior
to Mav l187o and WITHOUT FL'U
IIIEK NO ' K F. 1 - ' ?
.,s..,J.' Jf: ponglass,
Commies' oinr of IniermJ Revenue
Ofilcf'otIut.raar litvnn. '
'Waah'tngton;'' fVO.rFbn,rV 1. 17$.
TTavincr leen appoin'ed a Pommi tee
by tlie BSatd ' of -t'onnty onimision
'?,"() rvfV5ve ?ei I d prnposalv lr
tn'iin tlie in!;e vi-r t fk rjv r at
t.h'S ;Uef, py:iid -hih watr mark,
Vc will rn''iv? sni'i Ht'uh-d itropnsal, '
np;il ,lhe, 3nl Ny it V1ay i ext, at-12
4:;lo k ,M IJiornTS wi'l ta' in their
f;- ?' wltnt the wrk-wil c--t in money,
a d a'so ' tfi (,. UMty (irdra Ijond ann
prtv-d jerirtv t ,$50, vvjil be
luird ; the . sccisiiii tildcr, f r
ti e fai'hlul p it nnani-e of i lie voik
a i ordiugj to the iuilowirg p.pecifica ,
lions': ' -
liri tre to ho a double track, 140 teet
tnnfcr- 1 8 teet vide. !
4 rtinnners 31 fee? Ion?, 13x9 in.
to hp new j-we l.
13 Cap Sills IB f w 'one, 14xU.in.
28. Flooring pUuk 22 leet long 310
28 Post 4 feet long 6x8 in. .
2S "cantlinj? 3 feet lone 3x4 in.
1 56 Plank 20 teet long 1-2x8 in.
140 tVet nt timber in length lot center
track 4x8 in.
The fl onng to be 18 feet long
3x8 and 10 in. '
. All of said "timbers to be of good
heart p:ne. ...
tTlwre ut two wooden arches and
the stone abutment to le removed.
and. ston arches to be put m their
place, in all a ven archea or pillars, 18
teet lor 6 ttt wiile. .The abutment
to tk a wll nt atone on ech side. In a
line wuh the bridge, and walls to b
hnri t wirls and run to the bill on a
level with the fl or of the bridgt. be
twen Ihe wails ot Eaid abutment to be
filled wirii rubish (tone and dirt.
Tie Arches to bt first alasa rubblt-
woiki Drj. '
' J. A. STONE. 1 Dridae
t ' X. M. HAWKINS, ( Committee.
April 18 8-w. . -
Building ? Contractors
f.-;.-. AND' ' (
LOUISRURG, N. C. ,
SASH, BLINDS AND
MADE to ORDER, and all kinds of
Machine work done at short notice, on
Jia reasonable terms as elaewhere in tbe
S'ate. All eradea ot Coffiins. Furnish.
ed, Xiilb hearse.
Tongue . and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
hand, .-. -
SMITH & BEACHAM.
G . W." BLACK N ELL, Prorrietor..
BarrpTT- & Ploa-rants
T O C K
for tlie largest
. :... . . . - '
Low for (Dash,
Flo u r, bought
before t h e ad-
Vance, which we
Barrow & Pleasant
Ixraibur:. K. C.
P Augcst DErpManufacturer of Pint o
Forte, l"'! to ar.noonc'haf he i
snnp".id with new. and crodlmnd
Pianos, 'which he effer at bw price;
app!icaticna by letter will t revive
prompt attention. I AM PREPARED
assisted by competert workmen t
undertake the mot extensive rtpwn
of every lefC!iptitn.
Relern''e nai!e to the mn-pal pro
fession iu genets', nd to my large uom
ber Of pa'ton -.
Ju y 17-12-m. Ra!eigb, N. C
Whitelaw fr Crowder, r
Cor. of Eloant and Morgan a reeta,
BALKIOn. N C,
. Are Prepared to Furnish
Of all kinds.
Neatly Carved and Eagraved.
Also, all kinds of
Post, Step-, Sills, Water-Table. Street
. aid Grav-yard Carhtont, & :
All oriers from the country or city
prompt atu nde 1 to. mh 27ly
G. W. M1NNIS,
Old Xo. 47. New 141 Sycamore Bt.
Execn'e erry style ot likeness from
caid to life siza, in the best styles of
at. Prices mod rtt satisfaction
jtnaranted. Gallery established ia 1874
Oct. 2 ly
53 " 53
Watcliniiiker and .Jew
Fivs Wat-h and" Jitrrl-y of th- be
MnuCicturx anil at tbe luwr:t p" ice.
A i. noi ju; wjut.v aiteucli4 to nud wax-
tl 53 -yumo aSt , retwlurjr,T
the -.ck iwl dg-d
. T A v DAltli .r
ri the riiarke. 'ty pul rTer.
TTe; J 'die, h lst pnnrji l r thf
3 Kas moDi y. iiienTi-' it in-
vitel to li'at'-nie.'a 1 npiovd
Bracket, the Dr. p cbi-ck
Vlve, which can le withdrawn wiih
out disturbing In- jin , and theco?
p-r hniier h'lt nvir carks. urnlea
r in, and will lt a Ide tinu .
F 'ft'a'-''' Dealers and t!r rl.- n
erd'v. In trdt-r to ie snre th yu
pel iiir.tciil-y riiin. be care'nl and
Mftbnt it baa mv tra'le rpafk a np- v.
I' tii no not kn w wlnrc to buy de
scriptte circu ar-, together wi'hthe
narn and nd'iresi ol the ng-nt nearest
tou, wm! be pr-uitly turiiUurd bj ail-
Charles E. Blatchlev,
50G Commerce Phil te'pnia, Pa.
SEABOARD & ROANOK
Crrica .cab wd A ItOAKOEili U Go
. I'rtaoiuuih. Jan lt, 18.5
CUAXGE OF SCHEDULE.
On sn4 afUr Fridiv. Ji iimrr lt 1R7K
rrainawd' leare Wrldjn dau tSanaar cz
S -P-d) as foliuwi;
Mail trail, dfciiy u 4 r m.
Z' n'ght" tt.iu t-ailj at 4 . M
Ao. 3 Freight train t 8 a. u.
aurive vt PourMuirre.
1II1 trln tilv at.... 71 ft r m
No. 1- Fruphi trln dail l 1 3 no boo.
No. 3. tr int Tram at' 4 CO r. u,
tTe.eut irains hve a uaaatnrera -Car t.
ttmer Io- IJei.Vn, fly month t land
ings on KUckwir. and Ctiowao Rirer
lee FrackU.. at 7 40 a. on Unod
WedneKlas and Fridays.
Bnpt. f TraotporUlloa
Orvica (jsaKEAl. JrruiaTiJcDijrT,
qriuincTOK, N. C , June 8, X3.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
OV an I after Jan- inth inUnt, ra.w-nz-i
Tralnsotrv . ihtvn t-ii Wrl.l.tn
Kaiiroau wui run as follows:
le-rte Tnion Depot dailr(bunbrexiti(l
Arrive ac ioMtoro ' '1211 n. m
- - Rncky Muunt 2:11 p. to.
V-idn lifln m.
Leave Weldon dail (un'lajs ex-
rrxwra;ai 915 a. n.
4niv at Rocky Mouxt... 117 a. m.
...... 1:18 p.m.
6 3v p m.
Union Dcp t.
Leare Union Depot daily at....
10 V p nu
46 a m
Co . ns
ta lo-M p. m.
Arm e a (iniuijnro
hoc y 3Iounr
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Leav Wldoo daily f ...
Arrive at Koe-Wv Mount
- - GoM-tjoro
Mail Tram make rlo cvnrwKtion at WeU
doaforttl piinN North 'u iUj Line and
Acqtxfci Crttk rmrte.
, Exres "Train connects only lth cqula
ertk root. Pullman's lalaca ilmxn
Cars on this train -
FielgU train w 11 are Wilrninfo tri
wttkv altuaja. matut arnvr at 140 p. m
1 xrr Frti,;tit tf .In wnri ete il roia;
n daily (sundtys xc9pted) at & p m . an
4e at IT a. iu.
Dr r?. n iciro
OUera his Professional Services to'
he public in .
JZrtry department or
Ioihnrg at . . Warrenton nvr
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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
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i PASSENGER TRAINS.
"f n Train
SO a. n.
4 15 p. o.
Arsiv at PkTrrBViin.
8 05 p n.
.6 IT a ra.
.S.1? p. eo.
Abrtvk at Wtxrjr.
, 9 S?) a. ra
7.00 p. m
. Ljiv Prterst'or.. 9 00 p. ra.
Iare Wrldon 8 30 p. ra.
Arrive at W.M.mi 5,06 a. in,
Arrs- Pcttratiurg.... 4.00 a. .
T eve Petrtorjr fl a. es.
L-r Gton 1.15 p.
Arr.t- 0tt 1530 p m.
Ar ie at Prttrtbcrp .... 7.00 . .
F-i.hi- Or on Ilranch ill
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Tdr- w II fclrd at 4.-OJ p. o.
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J, C. SPRIGG.
Knjinetr tad Oenrrml Manajtr.