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GEORGE S. BAKER,
Editor A' Tnoruurrou.
All letters aJlre5iJ jto
Gkd. R. Bakw,
Jr.K, 25 87f.
rgu Til !
CQh. W. J?.
Vote for Greet, nd send a delegate
to the Conventjori who can advocate
inrl l.fnd tl. rights fif iir ronx)o. III
fWtw,,, nn alJ hv that
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Mill command rapreMiom nil quarters.
A rote for Col. Grcn is a vote to 1
put the government of the State and ;
the County on the saiuc footing tiat it
was in the good day when auian ivho
served on the Jury, could at the end
of the service prcseut Lis certificate of
- attendance to 'the County trustee and
get the money fgrit. Now he trades it
off at the store fir .iicu hand goods
at seventy-five cents in thefolLr.
Let it be known that the county ct
JFakc, which' last year elected &ur
... . . n I
Democratic Commisfioncrs, a Demo- I
cratic bberift and jlreasurer. and a lull
jjcmocratie delegation 10 tne iegwia..
ture now pays her county orders
in caxh nnon presentation to the Treas
"V M . , 1 1-1
j urer. Uelorc, it was mere, as ncre. i'uiiuiig m iui suucmwu
' Never any money in the Treasury, the building of a costly jail, which ex
Mid County orders were hawked about ceC(ed the original contract nearly
the street at from 50 to75ctsinthc f.nf . 1 1 . f. .
, ; , 11- x 1 11 . 1 82 000. And also tljo net .ear after
dollar. Frankhn County shoujd take v ,
'no step bAckward- Let us carry the a PU cents on tlje 100 of
I county by a Ji.andsonje majority for our property in the County was levied and
ticket this year, and next year assume
full, complete and entjrc control of af
fairs. Everywhere, dishonesty and
shoddy ism are givu'.g way for; honesty
and worth. Shall Franklin le an ex
ception? iVol A thousand times' no !
We must succeed. Let usl work to
Let activity and vigilance bc tJ'c
watchwords of the Canipiijgn, Press
the Enemy to the will's. Slake the
fight an aggressive one, 'fljc majority
we obtained over the cncijiy lat year
should be largely increased, thereby as
suring' our certain victory next year,
when wc hope to inaugurate a system
fcf cheap and honest management of
our local county government. Every
thing should be sunk out of sight, that
in anywise .may '.hazard tbe success of
our ticket this year. One common,
purpose should animate every man in
the County who desires to see onr 1 eal
affairs restored to that purity and hones
ty that characterized tjicir management
anterior to the .adoption of tlje present
alicri constitution, 'with its novel and
unseemly features forced upon our peo
pie. A victory this year paves the
way for a full fiuition of our l.o;cs
pf an honest gov rnmcnt ater the
Elections of next year.
Foil tiik Cotr.niER.
Our Count.v Allltlm
Editou of the Courier :
Much has been
said thropgh the Press and otherwise
lately,-' as to the misma.i.ageknent of the
affairs of our County. The niavtor
ha.i becn discussed among the pe po in
every pnrt of the country, and I ap
prehend they now find that tUey have
not heretofore taken sufficient interest
in the affairs of our government. In
a government such qs ours, where every,
man is called upm at stated periods to
pass upon the conduct,, and doings of
the servants of the community, no
man is excused fron) bearing his share
of the responsibility of the acts of those
who are, invested with places of trust
uu puu. iu near a inuu s;iy u at ne
takes no interest in polities and dec-
tious, w equivolcut to his dcplarfn -
that lie cares notlii. for the veal or
wiw of his neighbor, or pf the general
1 rnl. . il, 1 V '
good of the puhlic. If je ho good
man and fails to vote he may thereby
indirectly assist some bad njan in ob
lining a place in which his acta may ho
detrimental to the public od. 'Jhe
vote of this earele&j class may at times
ho the halance of pov'er. By the
ure of thi class to c$crcte the privi-
jegeoi enrage tiicmuna-cmcntot the
government often iiotolhe hands
pfbad men. So, I take it. that it is
no evidence of pat riot isnj to hear a
man Fay that he en res nothing for po1i?
tics. This theory is very fully and
forcibly sustained by tlie fucts coni.ee
tod with our last elect i i, and son;a of
the consequences growing out of thy
Indifference of our HHplo regardiiig thq
election of County Cutnn'.issioncrs.
Had our party and people exercised
that diligence aiu hujustry tlj;it Jie
.importance fcf the office of the County
Ccmmissioncrs demands, thcu we irjight
have elected least a rq:yorjty, l not
a full Board pf democrats. Had this
been done then it is, quite certain, to thq
jnind of the writer, that inany things
irould not laye .been done, that have
been. Among others, vhich Bcems tp
the writer in th.' hi h t degree cx-
the extension of the Bridge at Loufe-
burg, at an enormous cost. '1 here is at
present already at that point the best
bridge in the County, which in on
4nary times? answers admirahly and
amply a 1 the purposes or 14 ch it was
erected. Generally once or twice a
year tbe River is foipastsljc .-for ve
hicles by re.on of a swell therein.
At these tiroes means arc always pro
vided by which the people cc for a
small pittance be transported acrocS to
the town. It seems to the wrjtcr that
as the people of the bounty had al
ways Iconic this inconvenience without
murmuring the would l ave continued
to do so, aud the sequel has proved the
correctness of this opiuhjq, It may
be asserted without any hazard of suc
cessful contradiction that if the vote of
I"1 & tIlC WaS
this expenditure, that not 100 ot ,f
' . f
it. Tlie people of Juisbunr, who are
more interestei a the matter than any
others are almost a unit in opposition
(, L '-;s Wurk wni in all probabilit;-
somewhere between 4.000 and
7.000, which is likely to be nearer the
iattcr tm the former figure, This
too, at a tii?je when the County b muclx
;n debt, and its script going at a
heavy discount fn the market. The
" r T c
able to gat any mouey from the Tieas
rr.ifnn nr thft l.oimrv noxvr f)-liir
ury unless it is wrung from it by a
ma)ld;Hjjus and special tax. At a time j
tvro, when there is not a Bridge on the
River between' Louisburg and the Nash
H..-. "HV .11,-. w.T ...... t .nt.l' - -.rwvr-.i
Ought a Board of offtcers which re
gard so little the interests of the peo
ple of tlje County hayc bean elected?
There can be 'but ono answer to this
question, an 4 that is in tlc negative.
The wiiter finds that he cannot fin
ish this subject in this paper without
occupying mope space than hP fears
would be allowed j.iiu. k IIe will there
fore continue it iu another article next
Meanwhile he is with the people for
From Mr. Bonner's New Yoik Ledger
TI10 Grea tt. Insult ever
ofl'ored to tlio V'11iii.ii
But was made to believe that the
public good called me to make the
but it must be rcmombcred
that 'all the sacrifices, except that of
comfort, had been made; in accepting
the "first term." Gen. Gvant'd Letter
to Gen. White,
A few years ago there was a man who
had been educated in our West Point
Academy at the. public expense. lie
had dropped out of the army and be
come a hauler of cord wood to the St.
Louis market. Common report says he
used to be fouud dallying long by the
roadside on his way home
Later he was a clerk in a leather store
n Galena, very poor.
lie was appointed a colonel jn the
army, and promoted and promoted aud
promoted, until he had tlie command
of al our armies, Many persons al
ways thought that muclj, very much' of
his sicccss was owing to the iipevicr
opportuiiitivS that were given him.
Finally, a tank and title never be
fore ufc in this" countrv were
oreatod especially for hhu, lo vv;u
made the General &f the United States
Army. 4 Then he was nominated foi
President of tbe Uijited States and
elected. Next be Was re-elpetod.
hlccted and reflected to what? To
1 ... . .
the highest elective office ever eroatcd
by man! To an office, to hold uhjch,
. in the infawy and beglnnin- of the re
pnhlie, George Washington was proud!
An vffica Avu:cll Ti.uln:ls .T(ffi.rjSAn nni1
James alatispn and John Quincy
Adan s ai4 And.r?vr Jackson gloried in
the privilege of filling.
And now look upon the hogg;ir on
horseback the penniless woqd haul
er despise-1 then, not fur his poverty,
lr: t for his gross weaknesses an4 faults,
coming ciit in ft knier aij4 spitting in
the face of the whole American rxv
p, and. jnsnlUns them in the most
odious apd offensive manner, and pra!
iug upon the 4sacr?fiee!i,,--"sapriac,,
that's the word whichhe - lie he
t'lysses S. (Irant uses the sacrifices
he made in becuingeir Chief Magis
trate! Out upon the poor fool! Who does
he imagine he is? Let the contempt
of the whole groiit m erica n .people
he has insulted cover ldm ttniutless
Jol yV So ibr
The. list pf delinqncnt tajes in the
DUtrict Columbia published by
the National Republican for the Erst
time yesterday is probably one of
tin most profitable advertuwg jobs
ever given to i ring organ. It occu
pies 420 columns, ami, is by law, to
appear four times at iLe rate oUefity-
five cents line for each insert;oo.-
The tout amount of the bill wjll be j
more than 00,000, of which more cocdiiion ot onr people; and whereas,
than &70.000 will be e,ir. Tbe his- in tbe judgment of this General Assem
tory of this advertising job is just Mj. a coaventioa ot the people is the
... - - mi .
now especially interesting, J he a. f.
. -1 J , T ori to 1
of Concress' passed June -U, I044,
3 1 '
abolishing the Territorial trovernme! t
of the District aud creating the Com-
mission, directed the pt&lictio& of-a J
complete list of all the taxes in ar
rears on the first of Msrcb last, in a
newspaper of the District eight times.
As soon as this act was passad, the in
flnence of the White Houss was so
licited by a representative of the Re-
piJA.can to secure the job for that
paper, and General Bbeck. either
pesonally or by letter, requested Mr.
Blow, who had just been appointed
one of the District Commissioners, to
(rive the contract to the third term
organ. It was understood to bj the
especial ,d63ire of the president hat
the newspaper which was accepted
throughout the country as his accredi
ted representative should be in this
way rewarded for 0 its fidelity, Mr.
Blow promised General Babcock the
job for the Republ can, and in accor
dance with this promise a contract was
afterwards made on the terms already
given. Had not the law been changed,
the bill, according to thai contract,
would have amounted to nearly 200,-
000, of which at least 170,000 would
have bisen profit- It the last scssLn
of Congress, tha act of June 20,1874,
was so amended as to provide for
four publications ipstead of eight, and
to postpone the advertisement from
Ma rah to Juna, thus reducing the
number of publications, and cutting
down the expense one-half. Tho ex
pense has been still further reduced by
the settlement of a great number of
delinquent t-oas wUk'w the past three
aionths But the sum of 70.000 is
still a handsome j profit on the work,
and is ample remuneration for the
energy and devotion with which the
Republican for about a year!, advoca
ted a third term for General Grant.
Tlio Hisito TJiiivei.Vilr'.
At a meeting of the Board of Trus
tees of the Stato University held in
lialeigh on the 17th and 18th inst.,
the following Professors were elected
to fill the Fevcral chairs, viz:
Ancient Languages John D, B.
Hooper of Wilson,
Matheuati.cs Uev, Charles Phil
lips, D. D. of l)ayidson Gollegti.
Literature-rltev, A . W. Manenm.
of Baleigh, and George -T. "Winston
Assistant Professor in the same sphool.
Natural SeieucG Jlev. A. P. Redd
of Baleigh, j
Agriculture Jno. B. Kimbcly cf
Civil Engineering R. II. Graves
Jr. of Hillsboro. .
Professors' Hooper, Phillips and
Kimbcly have heretofore occupied
chairs in the University, with great
credit to thomselvos. and benefit to the
The exercises of the University will
commence in September, and we hope
that many years may not pass before
this renowned seat of learning may
surpass even the success that atten
ded it in its palmiest days under the
skillfull control of the lamented Swain,
and his able c rs of polleagues.
Wc believe the people of the State
are anxious to sec this school once
more in a flourishing condition.
Artjsmus Ward's Courttn-g Y.x
rERTKXCE. 'Twas a calm still nite in
Joon, when all nature was hush and
nary a goffer distributed the .creno
silence, J ot with the objek of my
hart's affeck2huna pn the fence of her
daddy's pvstur. J had experiunsed
a hankerin artor hqr far sum time,
but darsunt proclame my pasljun; wall
we sot thar on the fence a awiugin of
our feet 2 & fro& blushing as rod at
the Bidingville ekule house when is
wis hrst painted, & looking very cim
ple, I make qo dowt. Mi left arm was
jkupide in ballansin myself on the
fence, while mi rite arm was woond
affecksliunitly round puanner's waste,
Sez I. 'Suzanner, I thmka fery much
of yu." Sex she, "How you do run
cn.1' Sex I, "I wish thare was win
ders tq my sole soz ju cood see sum
of cn feelins," and aide deeply. I
pawsed here, but as she made uo re
ply to it, I continued on in the fol
lowing strane : AX coJ ycr know
the lecplis nitcs I p&rse y or no ac
cuuiit, now ylrtlcs scast to he attrac
tive tu me, & how mi limbs is shrunk
up, ye woodn't doyyt me now by nj
means, 'aze on this wst:d form and
these sonken ize,' I cid?, jampitiff
up l suoou i:ave con;inuea t-uai
tiuc longer Drobiy, but unrbrtpuatelv
I lat my balunse aud fell oyer into the
pastur kec smash, tarin my close and
severely damgin rayset generally.
Suzant.cr sprnr.j tp roi a&sistanc and
rES ,nc 4th in double quick time.
1.1 . . - .
tun drawing herself Hp 2 fall
hitq, ed; "I wonTt listen ta ycr n'm-
centa eny longer. Jest - yu sa rite out
what you're driven at. ' Jf ju mecn
.1?.. 1 1.1 a 1
geinu uucuca, 1 rn
AN ACT TO CALL A CONVENTION
OF THE PEOPLE OF NORTH
WiiEBistThe Prtfent Constitution
of Noirh Carolina 13, in many important
partifiaUrf, ursoited t the want! nd
tiu 1 T Burr, iuu to intn iuc uiuet
comical mode of altering or amending
. . .
1-, and behaving th end in itw utterly
impractlcable by legislative enactment
on 0f the grcat nnmter of dis
cord ant and conflicting provisions of
the C ds titution a& it now if, now
Sectios 1. Tbe General Afsemblv of
Ni rth Caro'ina do enact, (two-thirds
ot all the members of each House con'
curing,) That a Convention of the peo
pie ot North Carolina bf, anjl the tame
is hereby called, to meet in the Hall of
the House of Representatives in the
city of Raleigh, on momlay, Cth day
of September, a. p. 1875, for the pur.
pose cf considering and adopting such
amendments to the Constitution as
they may deem necessary and expedi
ent subject only to the restriction here
Sec. 9. The said Convention shall con
sist of one hundred and twenty dler
gates, and each county shall be entitled
to the same number of delegates that it
has membt rs of the Honse of Repre
entntatives under the present apor
tionmen'. and tbe said delegates shall
have the qualiGcations n quired of
members of the House of Representa
tives, of wbich qualiGcatinna the Con
vention shall be the judgr.
Sec. 3, On the i st Thursday of Au
gust 1875, the sheriffs ot the State shall
open polls for the election cf delegates
to the said Convention from their re-.
spective co un trie?, and the election
aforesaidjand the registration for the
game, shall be held and conductedj the
officers thereof Including registars and
judges of election, appointed the votes
counted and compared; the result pro
claimed, and certificates issued in the
same manner as is provi!ed by Uw fcr
the election of members of tle House
of Representatives of the General As
Sec. 4, The Faid delegates fihall be
called to order at 12 o'ii!ock 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 be not a quorum, thall
adjourn them to the same pl.-ice,aad from
daytO"day,until a quorum shall appear;
and on the appearance of a quorum, J;p
shall administea to each of thcra the
followinging ;atl f
4iyju, . V,, do pokjsaly. $we.r (or
affirm, rs the delegate elect eha'l choose),
that you will faithfuMy maiLtin and
support thu Cocstitution of tbe United
States and the several amendments
there to, including the 13th, l:h and
15th amendments j and that yr-n will
neither directly nor indirectly eyade
or dis iegrd the dutier enjoined nor
the restictmns imposed upou the Con
vention by the act of the General As
sembly amhonjring vour election. So
help you Go'V
And no delegates shall be permitted
to sit or be enti led to a &eit jn said
Convection, or act as a delegate thereto,
until he shall have subscribed the
above oath nr affirmation; and as soon
as a majority of the delegates elect
shall have thus appeared and beean
sworn in, they thall then proceed to
elect their own presiding, officer, and
such other officers and servannta
as they, from time to time, shall find
necessarj ; and it a vacancy shall occur,
they shall be filled in the same manner
as they like vacancies are filled by
law in case of vacancies inthe 'General
Assemaly. Said Convention shall
have no pDvre" to consider, debate,
adopt or propose auy amendment to
the existing Constitution or ordinance
npon the following subjects:
The Homestead and Personal Pr?p
erty Exemptions, the mechanic's and
11 1 i . .
laDorers- nen, anu me rigu'g 01 mar-
women, aa now secured by law nor, to
alter or amend section 3 or 5, article
V., of said Constitution, nor change
the ratio between the poll and property
tax as therein 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 tilled or held by virt
ue of any election or appointment un
der the existing Constitutioo and laws
ontil the same shall be vacated or ex
pired uuder existing laws; but the said
Convention may recommend the abol
iahment of any office when the present
term therein shall expire or vacancies
occur, anu tbey may provide for filling
inch vic&nrins. otherarisA than
and limiting tne terms thereof. Nor
shall said Convention adopt or propose
any plan or amendment or scheme of
compensation to the owners ot em an,
cipated slaves, nor far the payment of
any liability or debt incurred wholly
or in part in aid of the late war between
the States, no? for the restoration f
imprisonment far 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
ao submit the amended Constitution
to the people tor their ratification or
rejection, or to convene be General
Skct 5. The Constitution, as amended
shall be submitsed tq the people lor
ratification or rejection, and shall not
be binding until the tame sbrU have
been ratified votera of the State, and
the CopTention th&U f rescrW the
mode whereby the sense oi the peop' 1
thereon shall be takn and recorded:
Skc. 6. There shall be printed imme
diately ten popies of this act for each
member of tbe General Assembly, and
hundred copies within thirty daya af
ter its ratification for each board of
county commissioners, and the use of
the registrars and fudges of election in
their respective counties; and this act
shall be in force and taka effect from
and after its ratification.
Ratified the 19th day of March. A. D.
W H MftrriQ & CnriC
" 1!1UI 1 OUIla.f f
COTTON FACTORS ASD
23, 25 and 27 Commerce St.
Wll make liberal Currency advan
cesou produce or bill lading In hand.
Vr. A. M. Xoble. of N. Is con
nected with our bouse, and will be
pleased to receive the patronage of
ladies Trimmed Hats.
A fresh supply of Trimmed IMs,
Latest Myles very cheap. Just re
ceived by ;
While & Shaw,
Calicoes. Percals a d
NEW STYLE CALICOES
NEW STYLE PERCALES.
A second supply cf those cheap u.-c
ful victoria Lawns, just received, by
White & Shaw.
A haqOinie loc at Yew
A supply of Saslj, Eonnet and
?"eck l ioCoijs,
Just received by
White & Shaw
i:pplv of Cmlii
' KiilU. and
Choice Cider Vciiciar.
' hrn !
U..i jd r Veij g.:r
1 O Cil.;
I or ale Uy
One Irtt.iixMiK? l ew style box bo I
iu.ry U'V i--c very e;ea.
LOUISBURG, X. C
8 UlTK & E H A CI A.M
LOUieBURO, N, C.
SASH, BLINDS AND
MADE to ORDER, and all kinds of
Machine work done at short notice, on
as reasonable terms as elsewhere in the
State. All grades of Coffiina, Furnish
ed, with hearse,
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
SMITH & BEACHATiT,
Cqia mi t s i on Merchant s,
No. 53. Fayettevitle Street,
RALEIGH, 2T. C.
Opposite Metropolitan Hall,
0. 8, DODS03,
This magnifiecnt HOTEL, afUr having
bn thoronhly rcnovaUd and rcflttad, Q
now open for tha aeeommodaUan ofgneau.
Board, first and aeeond floor, 13 pr day,
jiura ana lourtn floor, $1,50 pet dr.
liberal Unas to permanent Boarders
"I? A fi- T 1? II HT 1? T
Tj A U Jj J1j JtLUlJli
Louisburg, N. C.
The preint pronrl tr has leased
the Eagie Hotel, (lornirrly occupied
by Jajucs Dent) fo a number of years.
i'e Is premred to accommodate
regular and transient boarders, has
nice rooms, we 1 furnlIicd. and fitted
up in the best style. I e has alsolarge
and convenient rooms toe lalesn c to
display their samples. The' table is
daUv supplied with the best the m r-
ket affords He will spare no pains
In;maklng his boarders comfortable,
and hopes 1m will receive a liberal
patronage from the publks.
Jan. bih 175.
Tne only BUcktrg that will
Polish Over Oiled Sur
TRFSEHVB THE LEATHER 1
H. A. BEAMS & Co.
Manufacturers of llpanis
lurham lJ-K)t and Shoe I'oluh,
DURHAM S N. C
11'urrantul to Ej:cI All Otters or
The on!y I -lacking that will polish
on oiled kurface. It i guaranteed to
pn serve ibe ItatLer and iiinke it pliant,
r quiring less quantity and time to
produce a erfct j.1 lastban ar.y other,
tbe hrah to be applied immediately
after put (ire on the blacking, Ar
fect gloss from this will cot soil even
white clothes. We fcuarntte it as
represented, and ak for patronsge
strictly on its merits.
In testing our blacking nea lruh
that has no other on it Prices aj low
sa other Rletkirfr. TUml arra -g-in
nts muue wuh lueittuaa'.s ui u
II. A. REAMS &To.,
Msnu!cturer'a Duthtiu, N. C,
Ti.ls Llacking is r commended io
he hihist terms, after Ha', by Oe.
F. Brown, J. Howard Wamtt, New
Yo k; the President and Professors of
Wake Forekt C'ilgi-j and lrj;e rum
b-r of ueutWinen m nnl around Inr
l am, hote certiticav4 have been lut
nished the Matiu:actnrits.
Orders solicited urnl promptly fil!et'.
j Valuable Flouring, Grist
and Saw mills, for Sale.
Tbe Davis mill property situated on
Sandy Creek in Franklin county is of
fered for sale on reasonable terms,
The Mills are in good running order.
and uraw custom from a large coj of
country. Connected with tbe mills is
80 acres or good land.
pply to W. L. THORP,
Rky Mount X.
G. W. MINNIS, '
Old Xo, 47. New 141 Sycamore St.
Kxecu'cs enry style of likeness Irom
Cjitd to hie size, in the best stylet of
at Prices moderate, : tatiifaction
guaranteed. Gallery established la 1874
Oct. 2 ly
Watchmaker and Jew
eler. FINE Watches and Jewelry of the Us
MuuuuXtr and at tle lowcit p Icr-.
All work peraoudly atteodtAl to aud war
tl t3 8ycamort8t-,reteoturr,Ts
To Ihe Public.
Ilavin moved my shop to my bouse
about bait mile from the basineaa part
of Town, on tbe Franklinton read, I
take pleasure in informing the people
of Franklin, that I am prepared to do
all work in my line, as cheap as can be
done elsewhere. 1 am very thanklul
for past patronage, and sincerely hope
ju in bvauoHs 10 patronize zne.
I am yery Respectfully,
ISO ill GREEN.
P. S, Parties wishing to have work
done, will leave It with Mr. Ballard, at
Messrs, Barrow & Pleasanta store and
will be attended to promptly.
Xo. 1 FajettTil!e Street,
RALEIGH. N, C.
Blank Btfk Manufacturer,
Newspaper, Magazines and Law
Books of every description
bound In tbe very best
Btyle and at Lowest Prices.
Dr. It. JT. ICIIO
. Oflert hu Proiewional Serricei u
he public io
Ertry department or
Louhburg at Warrestoa ovtr
Dents Hotel, Norwood i Da is Storr.
JOS. J. DAYIS.
ATJ'Y ail COUNSELLOR at IkH
ILOUISDUEO. FRJLNKLI5I.CO. N.C
Will prUe in lh tcrvrd CoaHs of Or
rrjoUio, Nub, Wjtd and Wk.
V. Prompt ttDtioa paid to La eoUee.
tion uid rvnitttttcvor moa.r.
Jalj 15,1571. i
" ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FRAXKLnno5, N. C
Will practice Id the courts of the 6th
Prompt attention given to the col lrc
tion of claim. No 60 tf
C. H. Ccoie, . H. SpetcEr
CQ,QK. & SrEKCEE
1TI0EHETS 1ND COUNSELLORS
And fSelicitQEs la
LOUISBURG N. C.
Will attend the Co jrttf Na1i,rrai Y
tin, G anvdl. Winfn,nd Wake f-un.
t' a, a!o the Soprt me Cnrt t Nr h
Carolina and the U. S. Circuit and D
Cooits. N-. 7-tf
H A B N JO S S
I l"V Jut oj.-c hartcsan't
a-d-Hc h i in L u;lur, I 1 a'l
kff-p (iat- on hai.il twk
i.il.in m-ile IUri" and fpMVt,
I cnip'oy :o"l art stt-f'ft.red wniU
ran , nr.il warrant nil the voik put op
iy tur ; ai kin u ! r paini in ruy
UiiC dne 'P 1 ort im Wo anl nn v. ry
r Mn! trm. My blipl over Mr.
T. N. Carlile'a rj:ori- Mio bu-V
l-iT I icit t!ie pstruose 01 the
p oplc tt Frank lir.
T. B. CLIFTON.
At my Gallery over Mr. T, X. Car.
lilc's Store cu le found at all timtf,
ronnd, aqoaie and rustic irama I am
alao prepared to take Gem It pes, 'tl
and cabioet ize Photoprtphs.
When yoo want a good pictnn l
yonraeif and family, call at ray Gal Ury.
Y. B. CLTFfOX.
SIX REASONS WHY
TOU snotXD IXIUSK I3t
THE PEXN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
021 CUESTSUT STREET,
1L Becante it is one of tbe oldest
cotspanles In tbe country, and past tit
day of experiments,
2d. Because every policy boUer Is
a member ot tbe Company, entitled to
ail its advantages and pnvilrget, bav
itg right to vote at all elections for
trustees, and thus has an ioflaeace io
Sd- Because it ba the ltrrest accu-
mulated facd of any Life Insurance
Company in tbe titauu
4tb, Because by economical oan
agement, its ratio of expenses to total
1 lacome is far below tne average 01 Ule
Companies, (See Official Insurance
5th. Because it hat declared mors
dividends la number, sad of a larger
average percentage, than any Company
In tbe United States.
For example: Policy No II, for
10000, has been paid to tbe widow of
a Philadelphia merchant, npon which
twenty.three dividenjs bad been 5c
Had these divinends been used to pur
chase additions to this policy , $5,043
mote woutd Lave been realixed mak
og the policy worth $11,046.
fl:b, Bcctcseit is literal in iUmin
sgement, prompt in its se-.ttletntntf,
sate beyond a contingency, and its rates
are as low as aoy first-class Com pas y
in tbe country.
Principal Features, Email expcBses,
abfcotut e security ,largc return premiums,
prompt psjment of losses, and liberali
ty to the Iniared.
W. IL FINCH, Gen l, Manager fbf
W. D. SFBUTIX, GenL Agent,