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GE011GE S. BAKER,
Editor and Pkopiiietor.?
All Tetters a J drereed ' to
Geo. S. Hakkk,
Friday .....A rui l, 30. 875
- i . I . .
Doiru mul Oit.
Who? Why LaiiJaulet Williams.
He of the fine enrriago and horses,
paid for and fed oy the people of the
United States. He, who was head of
the outrage mill by which sensational
Ktories were manufactured to inflame
the minds of the people of the North
ern States against thoo of the South,
just prior to every election. lie who
was Commander-in-chief of the Armies
of the United State,' operating in
i Kebe!, KuKlux territory.' lie, the
employer ar.d supporter of Mich saints
and pliylanthriftpitj as Jo Hester.-
He who essayed to command the
downfall of Slate Government?, and
had an army at hi hack to enforce
his decrees, He who set himself up
high above the laws of tho land, He,
whoso will was the law of the country.
He who a Republican Senate refused
to confirm as Chief J ubtice on ae
count of bis bad moral character, yet
retained by the Military Ruler f
this country in the ofiice of Attorney
.General and vested with powers, that
vera denied the Czar of tho Riasia,
or the Sultan of the Turks,
And baa it come to this I Are we
at last, come to take our final leave of
this mightier than potentate, King or
Emperor! Are we no longo to view
with admiration and delight the great
man who has swayed a country to and
'' fro! Who bad but ; to say to the
people "do tin," and it was done;
'do that," and it was done; "re
frain from doing th:" aud it was rot
done The slightest intimation of whose
will, the people of the country dare
not disobey. '
And he! At. Inst, td retiie from
this piniuQcle, and take his place
among his fcllew citizen's as a man
among men. He to retire to the
plaius of Oregon ! There to pass his
life among tho citizens of that State
as a private man. Can it ht ! that
he ha of bLj own free will and accord
resigned all of this greatness that
has been conferred upon him by a
grateful country; or hag he like poor
Jack Bunsbey fallen into the hands of
some Mrs. McStinger, who is control
ling his action? The last cannot he.
It is unreasonable tor a moment to
think so. r'o! The patriotic Laun
daulet is acting only from an impulse
of public virtue. The great and
ruling principle that t.as charaetcrized
his every public act. He retires from
the service of his country in order that
some of the other Satclites of the
great ring may have some taste of the
greatness that ho has enjoyed to so
great an extent. The country while
deploring its great and almost irrepar
able loss, will nevertheless do the host
that it can to survive this calamity
that has overtaken it at this inoppcr
tune time. Good bye, Dear Landau.
let ; may thou always have elegant
carriages and hows, with servant in
livery at thy command, and may
hbu always c?cnpe the officious in
quires and meddling of suspicious
persons who thrust their noses into
the business of other people- When
the great batch of those busy -bodies
assemble in thy late city next winter,
may thou be enjoying thy j ur jlc and
cotjtly raiment, and thy elegant and
palatable viands under thy own vine,
and fig tree in thy far off western
homo where none dare to molest
thee or make thee afraid Again.
Pear Laudaulet, and must we say the
Jast and final, word. Adieu.
OxfViHl Court. '
The Spring Term of Granv'.llo
Superior Court, commenced on Mon
day 23rd. Judge Watts on the lcnch.
It was our pleasure to Fpcnd several
days among the intelligent and hot-pi.
table people of Granville, during the
first week of Court. We left home 6n
Monday and when wc got oo the train
. T f 1 .1 n
airranxuuioQ, we louna ineiouow-
ing brother chips on board Woodson
of the News and Pool, of Our Ltvhtg
and Our Dead, both booked for the
same town with ournelf. On rriiving
nt Henderson, Bro., Hnrrold of the
Tribune met ns at the Depot and
marched all bands off to tee his Job
Office, arriving there lie toon lad
Harannas, and matclioa. after 5rin
up, W9 were shown through his office.
.he cUlmg to lave the cheapest Job,
Office in America.
After. getting a gcol dinner at
KittrelVs Hotel, Capt, Spencer of tie
Oxford Mail line whistled all aboard,
and we were soon being born over the
rough and rugged road that leads from
Henderson to Oxford. " .
On arriving at Oxford, we were re
ceived bv Bros. Wow & J3rftt of the
Leader, and Davis of the Torch Lifjld
With wide open arms, and during our
whole stay these gentlemen did all
they could to make our time pas
pleasantly while In their town, and
wo shall not soon forgot their kindness.
Wo were pleased aho to, loom that
both the Leader and Torch LiaJd,
were succeeding well. Oxford cer
tainty is fortunate in having those
wide awake papers in their town.
The Childrens Frientl, is a'so publish
ed there at the Orphan Asylum, in the
interest of that grand and 'chain table
institution'"' On Tnesday-night in
company with several gentlemen, we
attended an exhibition at the Asylum.
The Orphans ng several jiongs and
also went through the calisthenics
exerciser, after which they were ad-
drewtcd by. nis Honor Judge VVattP,
and Hon. J, J. Davis. A collection
wH then taken up and we loam quite
a nice littl sum was realized. When
you. visit Oxford , be sure to.go to the
Asylum and see the great work which
is going on in the way of educating
and caring for the Orphans of our
State, and we are pure that your
purse? will open more readily to assist
in susta'nim: this great ciitorprise. -On
Thursday naming we left for
bonief much impressed with the h spi
tality and enterprise of the Oxford
AN ACT TO CALL A CON VEN1 ION
OF THE PEOPLE OF HOltTH
Whereas, The Present Constitution
of Norrb Carolina is, In many important
particulars, ansuited to the wants and
condition ot our people; and whereas.
in the judgment of this General Assem
bly, a convention of the people is the
obly sure, and i besides the most ec -nomical
mode of altering or amndng
it, and believing th end in vitw, utterly
impracticable by legislative enactment
on account of tie great number of dis
cordant and conflicting provisions of
the C nrtitu')on as it now is, now
Section, 1. The General Assembly of
North Carolina do enact, (two-thirds
ot all the members of each House con
curing,) That a Convention of the peo
pie ot North Carolina be, and the tame
is hereby cal'ed, to meet in the Hall o
the Unus of Representatives in the
city of Raleigh, on monday, 6th day
of September, a. d. 18T5, for the pur .
pose of considering and adopting such
amendments to the Constitution' as
they may deem necessary and expedU
ent sub-ct only to the restriction here- J
Sec. 2. The said Convntion shall con!
gist oi one hundred and twenty dele
gates, nd each county shall be entitled
to the. same number of del gates that it
has numbers of the Honse of Repr
eentntativea under the present apor
tionment, and the said delegates shal
have the qualifications n quired of
members ot the House of Representa
tive, of which qualifications the Con
vention shall be the jndgv
Bkc. 3. On the 1st Thursday of An
gust 1875, the sheriffs ot the State shall
open polls for the election of delegates
to the said Convention from their re-,
spective countries and the election
aforesaid, and the registration for the
same, shall be held and conducted; th
officers thereof including regiatara and
judges of election, appointed; the votes
counted and compared; the result pro
claimed, and certificates issued in the
same manner as is provided by law for
the election of members ofi the House
of Representatives of the General As
sembly. Sec. 4. The eald delegates shall be
called to order at 12 o'clock on the
day fixed therefor, by the Chief Justice
or one of the Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court or Secretary of State,
who, if there he not a quorum, shall
adjourn them to the same place,and from
day to-lay, until a quorum shall appear;
and on the appearance of a'quorum, he
shall admlnistea to each of them the
Yon, A, B. do solemnly 'swear (or
I afSrm.as the delegate elect shall choose,)
that you will faithfnMy maintain ' and
support thejConetitution of the United
States and the several amendments
there to, including the 13th, 14th and
15th amendments; and that you will
neither directly nor indirectly eade
or dis tegrd the dutier enjoined nor
the nstictions imposed upon the Con
vention by the act of the General As
sembly authorizing your election. So
help you God.
And no d. legates shall be permitted
to sit or be entitled to a seat in said
Convection, or act as a delegate thereto,
until he shall have subscribed the
above oath or affirmation; and as soon
ronjon y of the delegates elect
hall have thus app,rtd an I beean
sworn in, they vhall then proce d to
elect their own presiding officer, and
.uch orh -r officers and servannu
as they, from time to time, shall find
" ... .
. j - w.ur,
they shall t filled ia the same manner
as they like vacancies are filled
J lw 1 c acanciea injthe jGener!
Aascmaly, Said Convention shall
bavr no power to conwder, d bate,
adpt or propose any 'amendment to
theiKiatin9 0nntitcti.m' n- i:
rB " ' v VIUIUUCS
upon the following subject j
The Uomt stead and Personal Prop
erty Eiemption, the mechanic's ami
laboreia' Itei-, and th tigu g t 1 mar
women, as now reeured by law n r, to
a'ter or amend section 3 or 5, article
V.t of said Constitution, nor change
the ratio between the poll and property
tax as threio established; nor shall the
said Convention have power to propose
or adopt any amendment or ordinance
vacating any office or term ot office
now existing and fil'.ed or held by virt
ne of any election or appointmept un-
der the exbt'ns Constitution and laws
until the same shall be vacated or ea
pired under exiting laws; bi th laid
Conver-tion miij r commend the a' oh
ishrm-nt of any office when the present
term tberiio shall expire or ancles
occur, anu they may provide for fi hog
socU vacancies, otherwise th n as now,
and limiting tne term thereof. Nt-r.
shall said Convention adopt or propose
any plan or amendment or scheme of
com Dentation to the owners ot emu.
ci pared slaves, nor for the payment of
any liability or debt incurred wholly
or in part in aid of the late war between
i he State?, nor for the restoration f
imprisonment for debt; nor shall they
require or propose any educational or
property qualification for office or vo
ting, nor shall said Convention pass
any ordinances legislative in their
character, except such as are necessary
so submit the amended Constitution
to the people tor their ratification or
rejection, or to convene the Ueneral
Skc. 5. The Constitution, as amended
shall be submitsed to the people for
ratification or rejection, and thall not
be oinding until the same shrll have
been ratified voters of the State, and
the Convention 6hall prescribe the
mode wnereby the sense ot the people
thereon shall be taken and recorded.
Skc. 6. There shall be printed imme
diately ten copies of this act for each
member of the General Assembly, and
hundred copies within thirty days at
ter its ratification for each board of
county commissioners, and the nse of
the registrars and lodges of election in
their respective counties; and this act
shall be in force aud take effect , from
and after its ratification.
Ratified the 19lh day ot March, . D,
Reslg-natioii of'tlio Yttoi
Notning since the opening of Grant's
administration, of the jame nature, will
convey half the pleasure to the South
as the withdrawal of this ignorant in
carnation t mischief from his seat in
the Cabinet. It would be safe .to say
that Grant himself has been made to
change his nature under the dial lical
suggestions ot one with whom hatred
of the South was a vital principle.
Wh rever the President has fcalted in
his march of oppression, Williams was
there to urge him on. Wherever he
was at a loss for pretexts or precedents
Williams was there with just enough of
law to furnish the precedent, and with
more than enough of malice to furnish
pretext. Most of the unlawful and op
pressive measures in connection with
Louisiana, owe their inspiration to
Williams, Many of the violent and un
constitutional plans proposed for the'
enslavement of A kansas are due to hu
suggestions. In fact, witLiu the last
two year?, there is little of injustice and
of eppresionjrhichhad not th-it d -
rect origin ki , Williams.
He retires iit,m his bad eminence
I with a character for malignity as rreat
as hat of hia predecessor, nof, unre
lieved by the'legal learning which d:d
give a gloss of respectability to the
character of the later.
The following is from a Green Coun
ty correspondent of the Goldsboro
There is in the county of Greene,
eleven miles from any railroad or town
a small farm with less than twtf hun
dred acres that was valued forty years
ago at - $1000. The presented wtter
came in p session of it twenfv ear
aga at a valuntion of two thonand
dollars, and has recently refused $6000
for it. When the present owner came
in possession of it twenty years ago he
had no family but a wile he bad just
taken better for worse. No other
property but one horse and a years pro
vision. At the commencement of the
war he bad bought and paid for five
likely negroes, during the war cleared
$5000 in Confedsrate scrip, which he
has on hand. Since th close ot the
wnr has bought and paid for liive hun -dred
acres more in the same county
all made on the same small farm. He
has never used any fertilizer?, haj
nevar bought any pork or corn for his
own family use, never worn but two
suits ot clothes (except linen) that was
not made at home, never paid more
than $25 interest, never was warranted
or sued, never paid one cent to law
yer, never held any public office, nev
er was under the influence of strong
drink, has a good selection of fruit and
never bought a tree, has six children
cne teacn5l one clerking and the r -
m"nder giBg 10 tCh' Thi man
W 44 W' ha CeTCr been mitlie,
;n bk of debt and
, " on,band- He ha? "ev
loaned monev at more tbsn eight per
i i;cu , use aiways paia me preacher,
I ,UT but not least, has alwava
now, Mr. Editor, how do you think
the ITsnrv law will tt
mts that if you call his a success in
life, it ia half doe to his better-half,
wrt was one of Wayne counties most
TJnelo Billy Object
I intervle wed" Uncle Billy, a good
colored friend of mine, other day. on
the cucatioa of civil right, '."
'Don't want nufSn mo," said Uncle
Billy; "Got too much already fur dis
-How is that. Ur.e'e Billy? Is it no1
good thing to be equal before the
Now, Marse Boat;" grunted Billy,
plaintively, darV jist whar de" misery
comes in. We're ekal befo de . law,
an' dsr yer hit our wenk pin, Befo
delaw, et n ggah s'ole chicken an'
pig, yer j rked him up, guv him thir-
-nire lashi e, an let him go. But
jist le a cnllud pusvon try it nowf
Ytr hauls him 'lore Conrt an sen'.
him to de penitentiary just like' he was
one cf yer poor white trash, Dat's
what ,tis to be ekal 'fore de law !'
I suggested to Uncle Billy that this
might be obviated by being. little
"Marse Bofs,''inteirup'ed Billy, we
cant't inn agin natur. It's natral fur
niggah to steal pig and chicken; fry in'
si Yer know it is, aii' 'taint no use
trym to stop us. No t we nns are
will in' to let you una alone, and you all
jist let us alone on this pint. We're
powerful weak on dis pint. Marse Boss.'
Juit here a perverse and disloyal
spirit tempted me to bint to Uncle
Billy that the colored people were in
debted to their Republican friends for
this change in their status.
Well, den, Marse Boa?,' said he, 'all
l'a got to say is, de law's got to be
changed. Mu&' hab a law fur de white
man and a law for de b'ack man.
Strange as it may seem, some otour
best citizens echo Uncle Billy's senti
ment. They are inclined to view the
negro's minor transgressions in
lenient light, and I know that some of
our D -mocratic judges impose lighter
penalties upon colored men tor small
offenses than they would do in rases
where the gutty par ies were white.
Before Uncle Billy left I asked him
how he would like to sit down at the
tal I s with white folks t the hotels.
The good old man exclaimed, "I
low youse tryin' to make fun o' dis
chile. Why, you knows yourself no
cnllud pussr.n ebber 'eta a whi'e man
see 'em eat if dey kin he; pit.''
This is strictly trne. The ordinary
Southern negro will not eat in the pres
ence at a white sp- ci'nr.
''Well UncV Billy , I said, ' it is
very evident that jou don't want any
civil rights.' J
"Not anyth'asr mo 1 thank you,"
replied Billy. "Nearly d'ne ruined
now. Ilev t pay my own doctor's
bill; lost all my m n-y in tie Freed
man's Bank; nebber got uo forty acres
an7 de mule dev promised - m : an4
cai.'r help myself to a little chicken,
tryin' siz, widout gwinr to de peniten
tiary. Ilse got 4nuf cibil riiih's
The above is no production of the
fane . I is a true incident, honestly
to d, and it is impossible to talk to the
c un'rr nego. g w thont hearing just
such thiugs as I have related.
No Onions Tliiw Spriujj
A little bit of a man, wearing a bil
ious looking pi tg hat and speaking in
child -Hk , t:nrn, was conducted out
and His Honor looked up and in
Whyfnr, thou setdHngt
I'm a prison r, but I'm n irlcd to
be treated with reMec I eaueaked
the little man, standing on his tiptoes
and growing red in ttife face.
Reptctfully, your oledient servant,
replied the court waving his hand
around and letting it gently drop upon
a seekno further.
- I w( nt be made tun of I tell you I
wont! squeaked tiie prijooer.
Funi Int.! repeated His Honor. Si
this is 'setious world, with four
pounds of heartache to the old-fash
ioned grip. No, sir, I see no fun here.
The charge is being drunk and raising
a great row a very serious thing.
Who say? 1 got drunk? squealed the
little msn;whoeay I raised a great row
It is a conspiracy to get me out of the
Prisoner at the bar, said His Hon.
or, when the evidence was all in, now
is the time to make a Fourth of July
speech if you are ever going to mak
one. Ii you have any ev'.dencehurl it
Darius Worthington Jones, resumed
the Court, after waiting for answer,
y5u ar chalk d for fcixty days. You
w.'Dt set out any onions this spring
and you wont be around when the first
circus strike Detroit. Hay day will
fin-' yon making chair?, and June hen
ries will hve ripened and vanished be
tore we gaze upon your face again.
Detroit Free Press.
I The Uss or. Advertisig. The Alex
I ander Sentinel" give the following
seusib'e advice about advtrtiain::
"Now, many' men, wh n asked
advertise, complain that there is n
trade to catch, and that is exactly
where our people make their great tnn
take.' Suppose you put your card in
the paper, and it never directly brin.s
you a customer, yet if all the business
men of your town do likewise, the in
direct profit will pay you. Men will
look at your city paper, and judge from
It tnat you are a live people, and be
drawn toward you. Not only so, but
you will strengthen the paper's power
to do you good, to extend its in form i
tion, and to build up your intirest in
thousand way. The business men t
a city would find it profitable to contri
bute to the support i f its papers,' evi n
if they did not receive an icch ot f pacr,
for theirv own particular adv?rtin
(A DYE RT I i E.M LX T.)
U, S Internal Revenue
tax e ; ,
Mat 1. 1873, to A run. SO, 187C.
The Revised Statutes ot the United
States, Sections S232, 3237, C23S. and
239, require every person engaged in
any- business, avocation, or employment
which renaera him liable to a SPECIAL
TAX, TO PROCURE AND PLACE
CONSPICUOUSLY IN HIS ESTAB
LISHMENT OR PLACE OF BUSI
NESS a STAM1 denoting 'be pv-
ment t said Special Tax tor the Spe
cial-Tax Year beginning May 1, 1875,
before commencing or containing busl
ntas afer April SO, 1875.
THE TAXES EMBRACED WITH
IN THE PROVISIONS OF THE L.1W
ABOVE QUOTED ARE THE FOL
LOWING, VIZ :
Rectifiers $200 00
Dealers, retail liquor . 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor 100 00
Dealers in malt liquors, whole
sale 50 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco 1 25 00
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco 500 00
And on sales of over $1,000, flMy cents
for every dollar in excess or $1,000. .
Dealers in manufactured tobacco 5 00
Manufacturers of stills 50 00
And for each still manufactured 20 DO
And for each worm manufactured 20 00
Manufacturers ot tobaco - 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars. . 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, tint class (more
than two horses or other animal) 50 00
Peddlers of tohrcco, 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 clas (on
foot or public conveyance) 10 00
Brewers ot less than 500 barrels 50 00
Brewers ol 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any person, so liable, who shall tail
to comply with the foregoing require
ments will De subject to severe penal
ties. Persons or firms liabU to pay any of
the Special Taxes named above must
apply to ISAAC J. OUNOCoUtctor
ot Internal Revenue at Rakig' , N. Ca
and pay for and procure the Special
Tax Stamp or Stamps they need, prior
to Mav 1, 1875. and WITHOUT FUR
J. W. Douglass,
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Ofiico ot Internal Revenue, :
Wnslnngton, D. C, February 1. 1875.
Havincr been appointed a Committee
by the Bord of Connty Commission
ers, to receive seal; d proposal!, lor ex
tending the bridge over thrivtr at
this place, beyond high wat-r mark,
Wc wiM receive Slid sealed proposal,
nnMl the 3rd day ol May next at 12
oclock M. Bidders will utatt; in their
bids, wha the work will cost in monev.
and also in County Order.. Bond and
approved security ot $500, will he
r quired ot the snccealul bidder, for
the farblul performance of the work
according to the following specifics
Bridgro to be a double track, 140 feet
lonar 18 feet wide.
4 New spans.
40 Stringers 36 feet long, 13x in.,
to be well hewed.
. 13 Cap Silts 18 feet long, 1414 in.
28 Flooring plank 22 feet long 3x10
28 Post 4 feet long 6x8 in.
28 scantling 3 feet long 3x4 in.
5C Plank 20 feet long 1-2x8 in.
140 ftet ot timber in length for center
track 4x8 in.
The " floring to be 18 feet loug
3x8 and 10 in.
All of said timbers to be of good
Thre are two wooden arches an l
the stone abutment to be removed,
and stone arches to be put in their
place, in all seven arches or pillars, 18
feet long 6 feet wide. The abutment
to be a wall of stone on each side. In a
line with the bridge, said walls to be
four feet wide and run to the hill on a
level with the floor ot the bridge, be
tween the walls ot said abutment to be
filled with rnbish stone and dirt.
The Arches to be first class rubble
J. A. STONE. 1 Bridge
X. M. UAWKINS, ( Committee.
April 16 3-w.
SMrES & EE AGKA1E
LouiSBuno, n. a
SASH, BLINDS .AND
as reasonable terms as el-where in the
S?aie. All grades ol CofSin, Furniah
ed, with beaxae.
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
SMITH & BEACHAH,
Barrow & Pleasants
for tlig largest in
Low for Cash,
oeiore 1 11 e a a-
vance, which we
are selling at old
BarroTf & Pleasants9
Ix)utsl)urg, N. C,
, - 7
rx. k. n. jcrivGr
- ' DENTIST.
M2vtry department or
LouUburg at Warrenton ovtr
Dents Hotel, Norwood & Davis Store.
JOS. J. DAVIS,
iTT'Taii CODHsELLOR at LiW
Win prcUo in the Mvral CoarU of Oraa
villa IVanliia.hMh, Waxran and Waka.
PTOCQDi &ttanlirwi naMlAlVa a.Yl
w - Saa ww W WMWv
tion and remittane ot moaT.
JaljlS, U7L. ' t
H Ji. JEl 1ST K S S
I have Jnst opened a harness and
saddle shop in LonUbnrg, I shall
keep always oa hand a good stock tt
Machine made Barnes and Saddle.
I emp'oy good and experienced work
men, and I warrant all the wark put op
bj me ; all kinds of repairing in my
line done on short notice and on very
tiasonsble terms. My Shop is over Mr..
T. N. Carlile'a titoro on Main Street.
I solicit the patronage ot the
peopie ot Franklin.
Y. B. CLIFTON.
At my Gallery over Mr. T. X. a
UJt's Store can le lonnrt at all tim,
ronnlt quare anl rnsti iram i c I m
also prepared to take Gem tvpes. Carl
anl cabinet aia- Pbotvrph.
When yon wnt a gool picture ot
yourself and family, call at niv Gallery.
Y. B. CLIFTON.
S,X MASONS WHY
TIIE- PESX MUTUAL
LIFE INSURAN6E C'MPANY.
921 CHESTS UT STREET.
U. TV-ran ie it it one of the oldett
coupaniea tu the country, and past He
day nt experiments.
2d. liersuse every policy balder is
a member ot the Company, entitled to
all its advantage and privilege, hav
itg a right to vote at all election for
trustees, snd thns has an influence in
8d Because it hi the ltrjrt accu
mulated fucd of any Life Insurance
Company io the 8 tat a.
, 4tb. Because bj economical man
agemrnt, its ratio of expenses to total
la ae .
I ,DC"mf? ar neiow tne average o uie
ComPnie (See "Official Insurance
SK IWl k J r-
5th. Because It has declared more
dividends tn number, sad of a larger
average percentage, than any Company
in the United State.
For example; Policy No H, for
12000, bas been paid to the widow of
a Philadelphia merchant, upon which
twenty-three dividends had been do
claredaveiaging fifty seven pet cent.
II ad these dividends been used f pur
chase additions to this policy, $5,0(4
mote woutd have been realized mak
ng the policy worth $11,046.
6th. Because it is liberal la Its msa
agemeet, prompt In its setttlemeatJ,
safe bevood a contingency, and its rates
are as low as any first-class Company
in the country.
Principal Feature. Small expeoe,
absolute eecuritytlarge return prrmiama,
prompt payment of kxscs, and liberali
ty to the injured.
W. IL FINCH, Genl, Manager for
W. D. SPRCTLL, CeoH. Ageat
Franklin ton, N.C.
ber Wood Pump Is
the market, by popular ver
j die, ihe lst punp lor the
m- irx f,i
S I nted to Blatch lev's Improved
J Bracket, tbe Drp Check
Valvejwl Jch can be withdrawn with
out disturbing be ofn aad the cop
per chamber which' never cracks, scales
ne rusts and will last a life time.
For sale by Dealers and the trade gen.
erelly. In order to be sore that you
ge: UTatchVy's Pcmp, he careful sad
see Ihst It has my trade-mark asspovs
If yea do not know where to Lny. de
scrip tive circular, together with the
name snd adores of tie spent nearest
you, will lie promptly f ornubed by ad
dressing with stamp.
Charles E. Blatchloy,
50 Commerce fL, Philadelphia, Pa,