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GEORGE S. BAKEU, .
Editoi: and PitorniKTOiu
All letters adircofd to
(I i:0. PaKKU,
...... May. 7.'lft7.r.
Tier of keeping the financial books ot
the County. But no vlll refrain from
saying more. as the matter now is in
thq liaoos of;tbe Commissioners, and
a faithful guaruians cf the people of
.Fiauklin, they .ill.spnr nopains to
ferret out the mutter. The crime
of which we have sin-ken is thc'-a'.tcr-ing
or changing County Orders to
arnonntV much larger than tl.t for
which they wero originally isu d, for
iieared his establishment 1 descried in
the doorway, not a Flilberty Jibbet,
but the nv-Kii wonderful grinner I ever,
sa.v. Ho xuld put the most sullen
inarssoiid to jjdianie, orpin the horns
oh'a lliHy Gt itt, lie was ai bVrck as.
thh hinirirs of rid Initrl.t, in Chumcrecs,
:uid could nearly V in h".3 head all over
with the broadest of all bmad irriiis.
He oflieLtes a clerk, n.-her and ci rand
boy for the establishment. Passing
At 'he V,m!ctp:ii election ldd
Balcl;di on Mondny hod the Demo-
rats" achieved a .-jnal :ul gloriou
victory di eting tie vt.t of the rcven-l.-en
Aldermen. 'I ha 1'ourd of A 1-,l.-ri.
it'll elect th" ' :ivor and other
sown oflleer thin hi Ibilelgh fa!
leu in lii.e with tin; late mid -'aV j
ounty, in riiii? up in her pain
Ktrentfth and throwing irom , hei
manacled hubs tli", I e iter that have
bound her for kcvch yearn owlet
the thieves and tyrant who have
i-evyllcd in her ibratiee and donii
ncered over th vierlin of tlielr
iivarUc and tyr n y step down from
the hlh place l.-y cAitlaliz'--'-und
disgraced, into tliat obscurity
.wliich, l)Ut lor 4 . ti-.tottunate up
heaved in the j.o!iti:d theme they,
would 4i:ve ' for. v r remained, and
tiieir names. whi Ii "dl hereaiter be
imdance. order No. 283, issued to Mr. J thin Ethiopian pinner, I found myself
T. C Ilortoa June 8th 1870, fur $i. j in the presence of downcast Judas,--
1 "1J, frA..r n 2M'l To tho miration, ""would Tou like to
n uo vua ovi j a ti 9 --is . v J i 1
issued to T. K. Th..m:.s. February' take an advertisement ? he replied, 4Xo
10th 187:3, for $i changed to 14 ; py tam, tkU no plaeo fbr an i.,n st
Order No, 70 issued to Dr. U M. man to live. Here dey takes my cus-
Cieushaw Xuv , 3rd 173, for. 87. tomer py-de coat tail an 1 pulls him
cha;!l to13 ; Order Xo. 89 i.ned cut ot my house and drags him away to
n Wr.v Ddan ()t:ifdGr lQtli. f..r ?G. sell him OTodd. Mr. Pat done ine o
Vn Import tint ILaiiill !
unci Tennnnt 13111.'
chanced to $16 ; Order No. 70 issued
(0 Dr. trciiihaw. for $7t and cl puged
to $17, wa3 also clianged on the
minute book of tho IVafd of Com
missioner, on tho hoik of indebted
nc of the County, and 011 theliegis
ters stub book. The origiual aaiount
of this order u a.ccrtainod by refer-
ing to the aoco ut aa filed by Dr. Creti-
bbaw. Th other orders, woro chan:eu
wit'i the era of Int-.niv in the city ot
alciii, wrouhl not. have Jrnl an x
Uienco in the fti H.I of that good y
t-ity. VScll dot.e Itdeigh! ow let
- ake ' ounty ina...tai hrreolf In
August- by aeuding a full dr legation
of UemocratH to tlie onventiou.
k-own only anio.ig n.? a comircied J on nearly all the bouk m the Ilegijjters
offico Wo will just fctate how the
County order are transferable without
any cndoiveuieut being necessary, lir
cnlating jut as n national Hank note,
hciicc it; ni a require some time to
trace these orders to the parties who
changed theju. but they will tctiaced
up, and the guilty scoundrelU will bo
sent to that home prepared fur all such,
namely, the Stot Prison
We hope that Dr, Crenhaw, Mr.
.Thomas, Mr Uortou and Mr- JDeau,
will try and reiuchiber to whom they
171 10 Comlii"" OimtHt,
The elecrion for delegates to tbeap
proacbing Convention to amend the
Coostltutioa ot thU Bthf, is one of
great moment to our people. Upon it
depends the ques ioa whetbir we
' . i - . - '
Mn, Do.ii Co,--It is a fact in
controvertible, that the heaviest adver
tisers are the mo suecefful busiiiess
shall bare an era of prosperity and
happinesP, to set in presently after the id those or4er8t We wiU keC? our
. 0 . . . ' , i readern 1 o.sted as thtMr.atter prngressob
gloomj darknfcpn that has hung over
our Commonwealth tor the seven years
past. Tue dark dajs that have length
ened - iuto r weeks, mouths and years
that have hang over our Sute, with all
ot their depressing effects, can. now,
with a vigorous and vii!nt effoit of
a month, ' be madt; to yield to a (uture
men of the da '. In thw dav no nian
of sunhine, h-ipplnces anJ prosperity. J can afTord to let, the pvesi alone, if. he
The opportunily to gain this desir
able boon is now prrseutelvtb oar peo
ple. The galling joke of bondage
that us borne the:u down, taml hel 1
them in the dust ot depression and al
most otter utspair, caa now be thrown
off, if the petp'o only will it. The
remedy is placed iu their handf.
They are called upon to use 'V. T
throw off o! their ' necks; the chafing
yoke of this Alien Constitution, that
has tnalcd thieves to steal atd ea
out their eubstance ; under Jthe work
ings of which every industry trad
and profession have languished until
our people have, at times, been almo1
ready to .surrender everything indea
pair, Vc btlievo that the people in
tend to strike the important blow that
shall remove from their State this in
cumbus that has so paralyzed it in all
of its most vital parts.
The next, and nvst important, step
new in this movement is the selectio
of delegates to devise a system ot gov.
ernmcnt that ehall be in consonance
with the wishes sud wants of our peo
ple. Up? n the Democratic pirty is in
ccmbent the task ot selecting the dle
gites to perform this duty. For the
Radical part; ha? all the time shown,
and atill sbow, a bitter an unndentin
hostility to any steps that are taken t
Ameliorate the condition of ur Stat
by Constitutional reform. Then let
the great Democracy of the Stas
iirouse themselves to the duy befor
thtm. One of the grandest and no
bkst duties tbat can be imposed upon
a people, Lt them iu every county
bring out tht-ir ablest men and ele t
To the people of Franklin we won' !
say, tbat there are many ot our fello
citizens which would houor their Colt
stituency by a seat in that ljxly. Lei
us be looking arounOT aud see who is
the best man to send. The Democrats
of Franklin with proper tffnt cn
elect their man byj a majority of over
one hnndrtd. To do this will tske
work, and hard woik. With the el
fort that was put forth last summer,
we lave no fears of th result, We are
certain of faces'. That campaign
: was a long and vigorous one. We
should tlm year havo our Candidate
in the ficld, and at w. rk I r him,
early a prac.icable. We IMieve the
more this matter is iseased, the
ttronger the measure wJl beromewitn
the peop!e. Let thtm begin to ta'k
about it. The day of our deliverance
woj hope draeth ng'i. The people
should take coinage and put on the
armor lor llufray, ad this KoMer
Code of udtrule niuvt yield to a JJort
Cirolica Constitutional government.'
Oomit ioi in t li 'omit v
It has just come to fiht that there -is
being practiced in his county,- by,
parties wlioso namluvo not yet be.;n
found cat, a icgidar:is.eni of dc
f:udiD2 the County going on. The
matter was brought to the attention
of the Coni:uiss:oteis on Monday by
C'apt. .J.J Davivar.d we hope no effort
will be spared to tiud out tho guilty
parties, and that the severest peuaity
of the law will be inflicted on them for
their crime. Th 3 rogue or rogues,
are rjartleg fa miliar with the workings'
of th , County finance the man-
wishes to do a " large trado,' any tui.-re
thau a farmer can withold his ctn n in
the spring tuno, or -ow his grain with
a sparing hand. Very ..many persons
not infrequently become dweou.aged on
ftec( unt (f the poor success of tlu-ir..
maiden advertisement ! but they should
recol'oe two things, . viz ; First, the
failure is? the exception but by no
means the rule of tho hoiK-st advertiser,
Second, the ''got up'V of an advti-tise-;
inent has a great deal to do with ren
dering it tuktiitj. Just go back fort"
years and you will find that P. T, Bar-
num. ""Robert Banner, J. G. Dennett'
and A, T, Stewart, ail have their own
peculiar, particular and characteristic
modes of advert Uiv and have thereby
been enabled to roll up hun ens-; for
tunes, A T. Stewart briginatcd the
hiking method of selling '"Goods at
Cost," which laid the corner stonu for
his golden harvest. IVr T, I'arnuni
plowed an clepiiaut uiar tho rail
road, which was a uuique way of ad
vertising to tho railway passengers and
consequently to the world, Hobert
Bonner ttIH fill wliolo columns of a
newspaper with i Sohanu Swoops
writes for the Ltfhje " J, '. Ben
nett executed A conode vuu'n in the
way of ..dvortising, by sending II. M.
Stanley in search of Dr, Jiavid Iiving
btone in Afiic, XhU was an cxpen
sive advert isouient, but t paid. Sarsa
parilla Townscnd and Buehu Ilelmbold
walked into We.dth with astonishing
rapidity by a judicious and liberal use
of the fil'jik Ad. These aro sub
stautiaUrd facts beyond the remotest
shadow of a doubt, I w ill now give a
few facts showing how advertising is
appreciated by intelligent business men.
and their oppo.cit-s, I will take the
thriving and enterprising town of Crcsto
to demonstrate tho problem in liand,--
Sowc. tunc, siucc, I authorised to
take advertisements for a certain pub
lication, and as I knew that it. would
be beneficial to the tradesmen in Cresco
to have, their advertisements in the
froj A", I weiu to Crosco. The first
geutleman to whom I explaiu-.n! the'ob-
ioct of my vUit, replied; aw Weii
aware 'of the lotK fits arising from a
judui.Mis use ofpvinters ink ; there
fore I thank yi u for your kindness in
thus giving ine this valuable chance.
I will take an advertisement, with
. 1 . 4 . ii
piuiiure, .-vs suieiiunguscs nresiiroe
in '.reseo, . 1 nut with similar ex
preions of kindness and appreciation
from exactly eighteen twiaitietlis of the
reipot table busi-.scss men. Th-re wo
oi.c num. who claims that his llnu u,
second to-none' in the place, whom I
had -tiot intcniewfd 0:1 the svdj c.
Coiis.-jucr.tIy I nought Mr. Bosh, head
of the Alia t f Boh & Co., I explain,
ed my business to Ml. iiish.
said he,' we wi'i take an advertise
ment, but I shall tarl to BdtiJiore t
morrow and would rather not write our
advertisement until I return, as wo m.-j
intiwluce , smne new features. .4 "All
right,'.' said I and marched off in quest
of a little fun. which I soon found with
one of the Hebrew Children, As I
no longer ago tan y'istiddy. Honest
man can't live iu this country. Ijook
at MerbruuJ hen he married his wife
in HUhuiond, he was wuf more tan his
weight in gold, i You, might . put him
iq one scale' and to gold -in de udcr and
h?' would ovt wcitjh de gold. Now he
don't wuf a tarn, I gwine to leave
'tis place in weeks, and gu to Jlam-
dur 'Oly goods all fcr sale at cost.'' I
vjt course t uaas naq no iqea tnat an
advertisement would help to pell his
goods at cost, and as I was sufficiently
amused, I left him alone in -his glory,
Mil, .BoSI! tETURN: FllOM AfIr
MORE. ? '
Boon after Mr. Bosh returned I call
ed upon hiin for his advertisement
Ile very readily vented himself at his
desk, and commerced making pen and
ink form hasty ucquaiutance, with
paper, He said bis advertisement
would be in the form uf a letter to tho
public, and from tho way that his
ideas seemed to chase one' another
from his pen point, I imagined that
they ivee oleaginous and that the
"ictter to the public' would soon re
ceive its last st rokc, cm a to adumo,
which -it did. "5000,J' anTKrared with
the celerity, pf an 'ulecxiyi j.hiat,1 when
his phiz -turned tlv wards V-e hi a pat
voniziiig manner. All. at omo lie put
on a lugubrious look, like ho was about
to bo "-swindled out of a cents worth of
year.t powder, -.ftp,d ?;iid, "you cljatge
too mueh, just half it and we wil1, take
a whole page." Tins I refused to do
ukui houcst , l usi AOp.i : pviuciples.
'Then," said he, 'thfi ?,dvcriisenuiits
at-the rates you charge," will pay for
piinting yutir wink and it won't co: t.
you a cent.. You ought to jniy pait
yourself I told Mr. Bosh that it was
entirely optional with him 'whether Ins
firm "advertised or not. and that 1 al
ready Had a quantum st'jjh f vf ad
vertisements to accomplish vrhat he so
Tine Way Mk, Boi;n AiVi-;i;TiRi-:s.
He then stated that the most suc
cessful advertising that' his firm had
ever don?, w'as on boards and hiugl-.s.
He takes a board and writes up r, for
instance; "lon cent rated tJ. tract ot
Fantastical Bobolinks and IJumin
Popinjays, Reduced Ui the h-jigl-i of
Fashion, and only 10 cents at Bosh Sr
Co." ' his board uotice is nailed to
some tree on the' thorough fara leading
toCresco. He stated that the uovelty
of the thing attracted general attention,
and if they eonld get one of .their
boards nailed to a country Church
every body was sure t- read it. -There
is a ease in which hi board
notices have attracted particular at-
'tcntion, viz : a certain widow, living
near u road, aw a person nail a slab
to her favorite tree, as soon a.n ho de
parted -she walked out and tore it'
down, not long afterwards, another
person came along," not knowing that
the wiaow and her family wero sup
p'icd with an ndverti.-crrleiit of Messrs.
B. sh & Co., he put up another which
came down like the first. The san e
thing was repeated about thirty times
that day. As the widow van scarce of
fuel she concluded to ty them that
night on the fire, and xhc said they
burned like "greased lightning" and
had a more bracing, salutary and com
forting effect upon her -family than
buriiing of pastilcs generally does on
a consumptive. She Mill continues to
burn these advertisement, aud con
siders tlicai a godsend. " She al -o pul
led out nails enough to nail boards ti
the roof of her hen house. Now do
you reckon Mr. Bt-sh will Mop nail
ing up board and frhingle "notices, for
fear they will do somebody good out
sida of his establishment ? Now
would'nt it b aful. if ao should be
so foolish a to , conclude ihoy would
buy no goods cf Bos! tz Co,, unites
they B. & Co.,) would help pay for
them? Diai't stop, your load of
shingles HkMt the CotallUbiiient of
BoMt, if you do ho will ruin them with
lamj -olack and oil." Irive on with
(hat load of staves. If you arc going
to set that stccl-trap near Mr, Bosh,
don't bait it with that three cent
piece, if you do you may catch his
poor, dwarfed soul before day,
; t Farewell !
Have your JOB WOKK done at the
We publish the toKowln'g act adopt
ed ly th; lite General Assembly tor tb;e
information of a large class of readers.
The bill wai introduced into the Sen
ate by Cap. O. M. Cooke, of Frank-
An Ac'. U amend tJuipUr CA of Battle s
Ki Visal, Landlord and Ttmtnt Act.
The Gtneral Assambly of N "u Ci.
Una do arac-:
' Sec, 1 Tlint oifP er C4 of Battlt's
Revival fD all be amunded as fol'ow:
sttike out a)l of s-ctions 13, 14 and 13,
and insert in lieu thereof the following:
Sec, 13. When lands shsll be rented or
leased by agreement, writtei or-verbal
for agricufiural purjose-, or shall b
cultivated by a cropper, unleca other
wise agreed be-ween the paries to the
lease or acreemm', any and all cr p
raised on said land shall be deemed and
held to be vested in poFssiob in the
owner of the lanr., or the lessoi, or the
party entitled under ti e agreement to
receive the rent, and his assigns at all
times, and until the rent for said land
shall le paid to the !csor or prty en
titled to receive the rent ot the same or
his assigns, until the sab1 party or hit
assigos shall be paid for all advnce
ments made and expense incurred in
making and saving thecrop and until the
said party or his asingees shall be paid
any and all claims and demands against
the lessee or cropper, which according
to agreement, written or verba', be
tween the parties, should be a lien on
said crop or sh uld be paid out ot eaid
crop. That this lien shall be' preferred
to all other lien; such lessor or party
entitled under the agrement to re
ceive rent fr said land and his assign
shall be entitled ag-un&t the .. lessee or
r cropper or, aay other person, who
shall gather or remove any part of said
crop, without the consent of the said
lessee or party entitled to receive th
rent and to tlm possession of the crop.
until said liens are sa'i tied, or hia as
signs to th remedies aiveu in th- Co le
ot Civil Piootilure, iiMn a claim for
the delivery of person-it property
j Sec. 3. ec 14 V hrt-h y coutro
versy siihW ariso le!wetn the prtie-,
it shad te competent tor the pry
claiming possesien d ne crop, ly vii
tue of the proceeding s ction to pr
ceeu at once to iitvc: tlie matter it ier
mu ed in the fO"rt of a J-.s :ce ot toe
Peace. :t" the amount churned sli-dl le
less than two lumdre.! d lUrs, au.l in
th-- Superior Court of the cuuty where
the property is situate, if tlie , bmomr
go claimed shl Imj in-Tf , titan two
hundred dollar?, and at the time ol i
Fnirig the summons or nt any time
theieafter, uoou the tirji.g ol an a;:hb-"
vit of the claimant setting forth tli
Hin' U"ts v. aimed, and the jropet up
on which the hen attache, it shall I
the duty of Justice ot t!ie Peace or t he
Clerk ot the Superior Court, in which
soever Court the suit shall" !e pen i n;
to issue.an oruer t tue t;instao e or
Shciilf as the case may- !e, directing
them to take into immediate po.(scssio:
all of salrt property, or ao mucli thereo
as s all ! n cej-sary to salisry tin
ciaini tni'.-. demand and costs, and to
ell the sum? under the rules and reg
ulation. pn-sc dwd ly law tor the Kale
ot pera -oal projrrty ondr ex cution
and to hold tW pr-vceeda of pu li sale
suejeci to the oUciwi- n of the Court
upbu'the issue or issues joined ltwem
the parties. That in ull cases in the
Superior Court, arising under this, Act
the teitn shall lie the trial term.
Sic. 1 3. riec. 15 Any tenant, les
see offend, or cropper, and any ptrson
who 6hali remove any part of said crop
from such land, without the consent
of the owner ot the land, ir lessee or
parly entitle to receive the ren and
without giving him or his agent five
days notice of snch intended removal
and before satisfying all liens on . said
crop, shall be guiltv of a misdemeau-
S c. 4 The provisions ol this act and
of the net to which this act is amenda
tory shall apply to all 'eases or con
tracts to lease turpentine trep, and
where sve-h '.a&cs or con ti acts t
hosrs are math-, the parties thereto
shall ic fully sui jct to the provisions
and penalties ot sai l act 4.
8er, a, To is act shall take efr.ct
from and afitr its raiificntion.
Ratified ou tho 19 h dy ot April
Sec. 2. The said CovtatU.n shall co
sist of oct hundred i.d twenty dele
pates, and ach county shall be entitled
to the same Dumber of i'.elegates that it
has mr tbrsof the. IIone of Rcpre
sentnratives under the pnisent apor
tionrrteat. and the said delegates' shall
have th? qualifications rqurcd of
memln-rs of tlie House of Repreenta
vtf, of which qniilifica'ioDs !h Con
vention f llali b the judgr.
Sec 3. On the 1m Thurdy of An
gust lis73, the sheiiffsot the State shall
open polls for the c-Ieciion of delegates
to the said Con veation from their re
spective countries, and the election
aforesaid, and the re st ration for the
FITS CURED FREE 11
Any pera-m suCVriujr frm th aboe
diesv IS tfTj Jested to addr-M PR
Pricf, and a trial l-ottla of Mnlirin
will be ft rwartled by Expre.
I FKEEl 4
The only cost beifsr the Exprr
charge, which owing to my larg? bus.
business, are small.
Dr. Pi ice has mrde the treatment
FITS OR .EriLPSY
atn;Ty for ?es, and will warrant
a cur y the u-e of his remedy,
I) n n fail to aend to him for a trial
bottle; it costs notbiui and he-
WILL CURE YOU,
n mittert how lone standing yonr
same, shall be held and connucted; thf j case may be, or how many other, reme-
omcers thereof including registars and I dies wy nave tanea
AN ACT I O LI4 A CON VKN'l ION
OF THE PEOPLE OF N OUT II
Whereas, The Present Constitution
of Norrh Caio'ma in many important
particulars, unsoited to the wants and
condition ot our people; and wl.erca?,
in the judgment of this General Assem
bly, a convention of tht peple is the
only sure, and is besides the mo; eco-nonic:-!
mode of a'terin or aroetd'ng
i, and bel eving th end in vitw utterly
impracticable by legislative enactment
on uccount ot t: e gieat n unifier of di
cordant ana cocaicting pr visir.s oi
ine u- ufiuu'.ion at 11 now is. now
Section 1, The General A'semblv of
Nt rth Carolina do enact, (two-:hird
ot all the members of each House con
coring,) That a Convention of the pe
pie ot North Carolina be, and th kerne
is beruby called, to meet in the Hall of
the lloose of Representatives in the
city of Raleigh, oa monday, Cth day
of Sep ember, a. d. 1875, for th pur
pose cf cocsidtrieg and adopting such
amendments to the Constitution a
they may deem necessary and expedi
ent subject on!y to the restriction here
Laafter provided, :-
judges of election, appointed; the votes
-counted and compared; the result pro
claimed, an I certificates issued in the
aame manner as is provided bylaw fur
the election of members of the House
of Representatives of the (Isaeral As
Sec. . The taid delegates shall ' be
called to order at: 12 oVock 00 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 be not a quorum, shall
adjourn them to the same pUce.and from
daytoday, until a quorum shall appear;
and on the appearance of a quorum, b-
sball admimatea to each of tbem the
You, A. B. do solemnly swear (or
afHrm.as the delegate elect aha'l choree,)
tbat you will fithluUy maintain and
support the Constitution of the Uuited
States and the several amendments
there to, including the 18tl, 14th and
15th amendments; and that you .will
neither directly nor indirectly etade
or dia iegrd the duMer eujoioed nor
the restrictions imposed upon the Con
k. i - r , 1. o 1 . . -
sembly authorizing your election. 80
help you God.1
And no dlegatrs sh ill be permit'ed
to sit ot be entiilrd to a seat in said
Convection, or act as a delegate thereto,
until he shall have subscribed the
above oath or arm ruction; aud ' as soon
as a nuj'"rry ot the d leeate elect
Khali have1 thu ar.-u-irid aril beean
sworn in,-they hall then pnKe d to
elect their own presiding ofHctr, and
uch o'h r offii era and ' servannta
an they, fri-m time to t ine, alialb. find
nc-ssary; an it a vacancy shall ocr-ur,
they shad be tilled in the same manner
us lliev like vac iori. kie hi eil lr
law ine vse ot vacancies inj? he Gener d
Assemaly. i?aid C avriition shall
Live nn power to consider, d bvr
o pt or propose, any amendment to
tin rxivin:j Consriturt n or ordinauce
upon th- follow pg ,ul j c s:
T; e Homcsua t and lVrsotml Prop
erty Evemption-, the nieehanic's aiul
I doirr' lici', arol rh- ri.;h s of ' niar-
wonien as mw ecured by law n r, to
H;ttr or auieml seti- ti .1 ur ?. .article
V., of saitl C01 s'itu'ion, nor chance
the ratio l; twen ttc p.li and projK-rly
t x as th rein esHl-li-i,id, nor. s'na I the
said C nvention have powt r to propose
or adopt any ami ndiuent or ordinance
vacating any otfir. or term- ot orhce
now exist int aud til e l or held by virt
ue of any election or appointment un
dcr the exist' n; ConsMtu ion and law?
undl the same shall b- vacated or ex
pired under ex sting laws; bat the said
Convention may reco-nmeud Jthe abol
ishment of any office when the present
'erm therein shall expire or vacancies
occur, ami they may provide for filling
such vacancies, o herwsr tbfin as now.
and limiting toe terms th- flof. Nor
shall said Convention adopt or propose
any plan or amendment or scheme of
compensation to ine owners 01 eman.
cipated alaves, nor for the payment of
any liability or debt incurred wholly
or in part in aid of the late war between
the 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 for their ratification or
rejection, or to convene the General
m 8zc. 5. The Constitution, as amended
shall be submitsed to the people tor
ratification or rj:tinn, and shall not
be oi ding until the tame ahr 1 have
been ratified votert of the State, and
the Convention shall prescribe the
mode wnereby the tense ot th people
thereon shall be taken and recorded.
8ec. 6. There shall be printed imoi'
diately ten copies of this act for each
member of the General Assembly, and
hundred copie witl.io thirty dys aN
Ut ila ratification for f-aoh lord of
omnty ctnnmtionrs. and thi us of
ber-gietrirs and iadgea of election in
their respective counties; and this act
shall be in brce and take' effect fr m
and after its ratification.
Ratified the 19th day of March, A
1873. - '- !
Circular and testimocinls sent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Re paxticular t give yonr Uxpres?,
as well as your poat olSce dircctioc,
Dr. Chas. T. Price,
67 William Street, Nw York.
April 23-12 m.
-"- '07 "vO -.
Of-is htl Proieteional Ftrviccs
tie r' b:tc in
livery . dtpafiiiwixl or
Iolbnrff at Wiirerton r,ter
IVnts Hotel. I Norwood & PiSti-
JOS. J. DAVIS,
1TTT ail COUNSELLOR St LAV
LOUISBUnO. FRANKLIV CO. NC
To the Editor of Franklin Cou&ntK ,
Esteem id Frixxd :
Will von please inform jour readers
that I have a positive
CURE FOR CONSUPTION.
and all diaordera of the "Throat' and
Lnngv, and t at, by ita use in my prac
tier, I havecniei Londred of caser,
and will give.
for a caso U will not benefit, , Indeed, so
strong-is my faith. I wil! aend a sample
free, t acy suff?rer andre-sirg me.
Please ahw ibis letter to any one
you my know who is ufl"cting bom
these disease, and oblige, .
C9 Wtlliam 8t Xew York,
April 23 6 m.
PIANOS! PIANOS ! !
Atjoust DKrp Manutactuier of ' iai.o
Fortes, bvca to annoorc, 'hat he is
aopplied with new. and scoiidhod
Pianos, which he ofTrra at J.w prices;
app'icatinns ty let t-r will rtceiv
prompt attention. I AM PREPARED
aisted liy competept workman t.
iderlake tt rrot extensive rt pt-r
of every .description. 1.
lUteituc' made to -.the mo-lpal pro
1 n iu gcoeia!, and to my larre umu '
.If r of p ron.(
Ju y 17-12-m. ItaTejh, (!
y.ri irv l-p- --w-
Witl fretk In lb aevrl f!onrf f Graa
ville rrsnklia, Nia, Warrn and Wkt.
V. Prot-4Vl ttotionranJ lo la eUe
iia and fmit'at c ot uootj.
Jatr 15. 1S71. 1
I -have Just ojiencd harre ae t
saddle h"p in Lou'tftiurg, I ha!
krp always 00 baud a g-wnl ktok . t
'achine cide Ilarnea-t and 8lo
I enip'oy pood aol xi-ri.nfn wm,
ftien and 1 warrant all the work put u;
by n.e ; all kind tf rrpairiug iu m
line done ou abort notke aud on
r aronabte terms. Mj S-o-p over Mr,
Tv-3U CarliteV Stor- .if Mdu mmi.
Vt I lrit the
pr. t Fiai.klin.
patnri-ige ft V
Y. Q CUP. ON
x --tt, -r v3v7 ot
F-xpreaa Train... ,
Expni-s. , . . . . .
tfUHKIHTLE OF ni PKTIH
liUIKJ RAILROAD CDMI A'-Y
H :i0 in.
4 l' p. in
AT PtT KM MICRO. 1
.12.10 a in
8 Oi p in
Mail..;.. rt l a m
Expue , 3 17 p. in.
A Kill VS. AT Wtl.lKiN.
Mail 9 0 a rn
Express 7.00 p. m
Tinv. Pi teraf mrg ........ 0 0 p. ?o.
Leave Wi Mo H -U) p. in.
Arrive at WMd.io -5 0J a. ;n.
Arrive at Petersburg.... 4.t0 a. w
i.eiTe j eitrsourg. . . . . . . a. m.
Leave Oiston 1.15 p. in.
Arriv at Giston 12 30 p rn.
Arrive at Peterthurff .... 7.00 u. m.
Fteiyhts fr Oiston Branch ill be
received at the Peterbburg dep-t only
ou MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
The depot wdl bechwed at 4:00 p.m.
No goods will received after that h ur.
J. C. bPRIGO,
Engineer and General Ma-.aer.
Orricx Ukaksai. bcrsJiisTaXPurT,
Viuiinstok, N. C , June 8, 172.
CHANGE OF SCHEDUL E
0 V auU after June 10th InaUnt, Panser
Train on the Vilinlnin mil wi.i,m
Kaiiruaa win run as roiiows:
L ve Union Depot daily (unlaJexel(el
fcv : 8-uBa.m
Arrive at ;oldboro H i i d. oi
- - Bocky Mount k iu.
. - ,;iaon-. 20 p rn.
Lout " c .un u ii uDoajseZ'
rented) at m. oia M
Arrive at Rocky Mount n 1 a. m!
buiuo ksp w. ........ 63up
EIPKEiH TBAIW. .
Leave Union Depot daflj at 10;40 p m.
" u'Miiwiu. ........... jrooa.
r.r-. "" n
. ai n..... C-Jkyr. m
ieava wtioon Only 7-pj m.
Atnve at Koekv Moant gg ,
' - .;'a t!?ro 10:68 1. m.
-iniouuepot 3:10 a.m.
Iail Train makr romm nuniuvtl.n . nrf
dou for all p inu North via Ray Lle aud
' eqiw C-et k router.
txiea ' nun connoeu only with coyla
eiek rmit Pu,Iran's iboa aiMng
Oar. .ntlllllr In
tieiKLt train w II 1 ave Wilmlnirto tri
y Xlirei.trtitflit tr.in- wilt lo.v v iiUi "
UaU (undjs . xc pted) at & p ux , an
. r.y Gt'lfty nor A!r. T. . rnr.
'in 'a ." e cm It .t: tint-a,
f nnd, Mj..a:e n I n.ir Tn I .
ulij p epn'e-! 'o Inke (ii ni f.e. I hT
at d ru !-: !li"t'i.r'p,".
WliKjr jt'll ttii a if--I ijiriirert
youiP-.il and t.ou'lv. ra!l nt mv tini'.itj
"Viy Hefp.ct!u Ij,
V. H. CUITOV.
NORFOLK YA. -'- :
; A. 5. DODON,
farmer. f tte
FC USTAIN HOTEL,
-l BlUni're, fld f
- " Pronr:or
Tb TrTlffent nOTTL, fr hacr
lb roaHy mot o! r f.r'1
now np f- r th c omrn'v'Joi rf in.t
Vird, Cret an3 Vrnd floor f S pr Ut.
-' Tir3 anrt r.7nrh flvr. ttMper Tar.
Lib u-il ttnes to permanent Cardrs'
SEABOARD & UOANOK
- HAILKOAD COMPANY.''.
Orricv. aAso A Voxot U R iy
' 1'oitiuoath Jtn l-t, I8.s
- C1I AKGE OP SCHEDULE,
SIX REASONS V'HY
lv r fiv v r vvr. v.;
fillP DVVV IITTf? 1 1 "
tut a iv.i t i t a u
LIFE IflMllttNSE C MPAN'Y.
921 fj;. 2'.N('T RTV.KKT,
lrf. Because it i fne rf the oi !
C'M-panie.in the country, and pin tht
ukj oi cxj-enraentB.
2''. lie'-aue every policv lioMer
m'raler ot the Couuinr. ntitl-l tr
all it sdrantsrf and pnvil pe. luv-
li p a npnt to vote t all iW.mn f f
trustees, and thu has ao ii.fljence ia
3d ILcii'e it ban the largest aocn-
mulatc-t fatd of any Lite Insurahc:
Company in the Sta-e.
4th. Iircaoe by eo'O' roical man-
agemtnt,' i: ratio of expenwa to total
income t far rielow th averaj? o Lif
Companies, (Se Oflcial Iniuraocj
5th. : Becacfe it has decTared mr;
dividend io rnmlr, and of a larger
average pceentsce. than any Ct mpioT
in tMe United State.
Fr, example; Policv No IS. for
f5000f haa lern paiil to the widow
a Philadelphia merchant, upon which
twenty-tbree dividend bad bee-i de'
elared.aveiaginir filty seven per cent.
tlaU tneae Oivincnds ten otd t" po"-
chaae additiut. to this pIict, $5,011
mote would have been rraiixed mak
ng the policy v.or.b I11M6. ,
6lb. Brcacseit lsliUral in i.s mD-
agetseot, prompt in ita setttlrmer.1,
safe beyond a contingency, and ita ra'e
are as low as any firt-ctaa Con.ptny
in the country.
Principal Fea'nrey. Sma'i exn .
fifcoiu'e aecoriiydarpc return prnu .n ,
prnmpt rayment of It -s-.s. and liU-rah-
ty to the ionred.
W. ;i FINCH, Gf&T. Jlsnter v,t
W. D. SPHUILL, Gee'!. A-rnt,
FrnkliDU v N.JV
. BLA C!LIY
r A" Pnm t
T .v tja::d ci
h-.- m ;:. Att tt i
l -i '
f7 I t- - K
5-J Br ck-t.
It mti !,:, I..'..rlv, I
ra l T'W'T J tmy lrt 1873.
frajra w.I' laveTTrlJjn daJy l.Sauaa tx
In iriL ai: sv.. 4 r .
Zr ' I., rr',s1, tly at 4 a. y.
2 irrRtt train at 8 A. ir,
abmyeat ruRrsiif UTd.
If il trm.in 1i1v , ' .
o. 1. Ireigbt trlu Oa ij (, 1 3 i;on.
No. 2. Kr iht Tran at 4 ' r. sr.
Fr-. -a raaa bve a iaancer Car t
- temera t Eentow, Tl mth 4t T an i
!',tku'.rf iixl c-owi-i IUre-
C'f ra .ka. at. 7 40 a x.vnMdof,
tdne;u-,i d rridij.
. ' SapL of TranxporUfion,
Valve, wl irh Cfti withdrawn
f.nt dturl.iiiL' br. i .ir.'. and the roj-
per rbnclr wh:rh t-tr crurks
r rutrn"'l will U-t a bf time.
y,.r aate t.v IWer arrl thrr ira'V t"0
Tlly. In rder lure that y
ee: :l.!teT, Pcom, le raietnl r I
ee:hat it ios mv tr ---c ark T"
l'3f.nd. not kn-w where to t ny. 'e
scriprive clrcu'ar, tf-etl:fr wi'h tl
nam- and adir"M of the ?ti rerri
tou, wi l le pronrjtly furcu-rd by aJ
dreiic with stamp.
Charles E. Blatchlev,
505 Commerce tSt.t PLiUde'p Jf