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GEORGE S. BAKEK,
Editor and ' Pitovwtri'f'K.
All lettcra adJrejwed to
1 Geo. S. liAKKi:,
FpmtT Jri.Y. , H7'.
1 Fon Tin:
CJ&. W. J?. &
Hood TIiIm Avitliout fall
It is a fact that in every county in the
State, "where the Conservative party has
been in power, the counties are out
of debt, and their pit per in readily taken
at face value, and a "number of them
have from Ten to twenty Thousand
dollars in Bank. And in every county
where the Radical party has been in' pow
er, the county scrip has been at a dis
count, and nearly every county has
asked for a special tax, to feed and fatten
the corrupt officials who hold the offices.
These arc fact.
MR. B. F. BULLOCK, JR.
lock attended five only, missing 22 of There it more, ranch more, of it that
.. . . . f I iVi 1 Mmfflmi nn hrfarM now ana
the 27. attending Io man one mure " "T""" . ,T " nnl
of the ' meeting l.cM Juring IU huer I J-. h Ppl
term. I And it ia our orovince as well aa
Uron glancing over the proceedings .i.. introduce him. Look ud
of the cominlioners during Mr. But- I on nim. How do you like him !
Something: ibr tli Rndl
cnlHto Explain A. Coni-
lock official life as such, it appears a
little siutnilar that at the niee'.ings when
anv lartre contracts were to be consider-
1, or any matter ot much moment were
to be enacted upon, or rinronsiDiiiry io
be taken, Mr. B. was generally absent.
. - -a T I mmmm m
J his may be considered as a sin or onus- me following comparisons will snow
sion rather than as one of commission, tne difference in counties under Radi
but ihc preaehers tell ua that the two . , . . , Tjemocrilt:c
kinds of sins arc equally reprehensi we. - .
The matter of buildinff the county rule. We Touch for the truth of
jail in which some 11.000 was spent, I what we tar, for -the information was
considered at the meetings ol the JJoard i obtained from entirely reliable sources.
held on February Znd. Apru io, way We propogo to uke up Mveral counties
none of which meetings was Mr. UuJ- .... . , ,. . L
lock present looking to, and advocating uow their Binancial condition. Take
the rights of a people who had devolved for instance the the county of
upon him the duty of seeing that their m the extern part of the State,
substance was.no. suauuereu ... . . , , . nn4fi-T)Amorti0 le
very beat men of the county, on Than. For instance, 'an erder for aix dollars
day last. The testimony was closed on WOuld be changed to sixteen dollars or
that day, and the arguments and charge tizij aollar. And the mystery is,
of the court concluded oo Friday at 3 sroom!rfk1, W( v... detected.
o'clock. Thereupon the Judge ad I 4 .. ,. , rt.
sway, it leaves it blighting curse
It is almost difficult to appreciate how
much we need a new Constitution.
Warren ton Gazi Ue.
travagant exienditurcs of the pubhe
On the second day of February 1874
the Commissioners advanced to Rial T.
Edwards the sum of Two Hundred
Dollars in what are called cash orders
for Boarding Paupers at the Poor
House, to be taken out of his future
allowance for that rmrpose. 51 r. Bui
for the past eight years, its orders are
checks on the Treasurer to be cashed
on presentation, Uxes merely nominal,
and the county has about $10,000 to
its credit in bank. This information
we received from a member of the
Board of Finance for that county;
lock'was not presvnt to tell the Board Again, take the counties of Cabarras
that me law aia nut warrant l em u. mJ their foul eon-
Count v had not received.
On Atirll lfith lft74. The Commit count? of Gates. Then take Warren
sioners met to equalize tie taxes I county, though largely radical, yet
throughout the county. Mr, U. is again tbey baTe btd ConseryafiTe Board
journed the court until Monday mor
ning and continued the 8tate docket,
although there were ten prisoners in Jail
under indictments found at a previous
court. By the 7 o'clock taain that
evening the Jadge and Solicitor went
to Rocky Mount, outside hia Ju
dicial District. Before evening he no
tified Col. Bell, of Enfield, the foreman
of the jnry, to telegraph to him at
Rocky Mount if the jury should agree,
during Friday night, and he would re
turn by the early train Baturdy mor
ning. The Jury did agee upon a ver
dict during the night, and before sun
rise Saturday morning Col. Beli tele vVe offer for sale for the next thirty
grapned the fact to the Judge at Roeky I days.
Mount and received the reply that
On May 14, 15, 16, 1874 meetings
of Commissioners all the time, they
This geotlenian who has been pi ccd
in nomination by J udge Watts, and a
few of the Frinklinton Radical clique,
as a candidate for the approaching
Convention, to be demolished by Cob
Wm. F. Green, is a native of the
county of Granville, coming from that
section in which coal cured tobacco,
which brings a very high price in the
markets is raised, and is about thirty
r five years of age. He removed to this
county about the year 18G1) and w as
then and the must of next year a
democrat. He is by profession a law
yer. In the year 1872 he was nomin
ated as a Radical candidate for the
Senate froaa th is District. But Col. J.J.
Bharpe the (gloriful) of Kash kicked up
at it, and saying "my congregation,
we Nash folks don't want none of these
little pobtail Frunklin lawyers." Mr. B.
unfortunately had to subside. With
what grace he did it we arc not advised,
but presume that he felt bette: after the
election of that year when iMll Davis,
and Maj. Dunham were declared the
Senators elect, then if ho had not peon
compelled to sulfide so soou. We be
lieve he was that Var elected a county
Commissioner, with what fidelity he
discharge his duties as such, will here
after appear. Mr. B. was next hoard
of in 1874 as an aspirant fot the Rads
cal nomination as . Solicitor for this
District, but report saith that , one
Timothy, whose'suinamc is Lee, bought
out a delegation or so at Warren ton, by
securing the nomination of John A.
Hyman the great doraptator'of Anti
' Gvil rights heads in the Warren dis
trict for Congress. Wo are nut pre--pared
to say from esonal knowledge
that there was trading, but only men
tion what has been the neighborhood'
talk. At any rates Mr. B. was. not
nominated and Mr. J. ( L. Harris the
brother in law .of the said Timothy wis
named as the Republican standard
bearer. .That was how things turned
- out. Our candidate was next ap
peased with' tho honor of presiding
over the deliberations of the Executive
Committee of the Radical party llr
the 4th Congressional District of North
, Carolina, in place of J. C. 1. Harris
lately promoted to a bigger place, over
out Frank. We will not be so dis
courteous or wanting in regard for
Sir. B'a. feelings as to say that he step
ped into Logans old shoes. By no
means do we! Ho is at all events
Chairman, and we make no doubt bW
that he discharges his duties' as such
ith great credit to himself, and with
n benefit to those whom he serves, j We
have not been advised that he , has nut
performed his full duty as such.
Wo will return now. to a point in
. Mr. B's. history which in our judge
ment should be treated more iu detail
than the events that we have so hur
tidlj passed over. On tho 4th day of
September 1871 he was appointed and
qualified as a Count v Commissioner for
oftheBoird were appointed to hear have buUt one of the best granite jails
complaints of excessive assessments of in the 8tate. It is true they levied a
takes: Mr. B-was still detained away small special tax, but their county
b; bmincss, we suppose of more im- .crfp is worth 100 cents in the dolUr.
portance to him . . , w , . , . , , ,
On the 27th of May 1874. A nd Wake county, which has been nn-
number of the citizens of the county er Rdibal negro rule, until the last
called uppon the Commissioners and yoar- and during the whole time while
remonstrated against their building nnAT lUdiMl dminifitmUftn !f. r.
such an expensive jail," while the
county was so badly involved in debt.
Mr. Bullock was not on hand to hear
the greviances of his fellow citixens, in
exercising their right of petition.
On August 22ud 1874, the Com
missioners . in- pursuunce of an adver
tisement to that effect, met at the Poor
House to let out that Charity for the
next two years. Mr. B. was not there
to tell them that justice required that
when they advertised to to let out the
Poor House, that all bidders should be
treated alike, and the result is that the
people are now being taxed to pay one
man a larger sura. of money in taking
care of these unfortunate people, than
another would have taken it fr, and
entered into bond for the faithful per
formance of his contract. Mr. Bullock
per was at discount, now it com
mands face value.
Now let's take a view of these
counties immediately around us which
have been and are still under Radical
negro rule, and draw the comparison,'
Take Qranville for instance' its scrip
is hawked about the streets at a heavy
discount, and county officials are
speculating in it, contrary to law, the
county is largely in debt and Uxes are
burdensome there the Radicals and
negroes have been and are still iu
power. Then turn for a monitnt to
the county of Halifax, and see the
tremendious frauds that have bceu
was however,' present on the 3lst of I practiced upon its people. Thi3 county
August in Louisburg at a meeting which hko Granville, is largely iu debt and
its paper is at a discount. But Iet'
come nearer home. Let's take a view
of our own county, which has been
eursed with Radical rule since the war
Our people are impoverished, taxes
are burdensome, onr county paper at
a discount of 25 cts on the dollar, and
We had tho pleasure of attending
the meeting at Osk Level. on last
publio improvements, but the Saturday. 'I his part of the county i.
building of a jail, which hsdtobe i Cypres Creek towuship, and only a
done by levying a special tax of $8,000 short distance from the Nash line.
for that express purpose, and then the
Commissioners voted $2500, over
and above the amount levied. Au -other
thing, in the last six years there
has been paid into the Treasury of
this county about $100,000 for county
taxes, wrung from the pockets of our people, and that a change is absolutely
impoverished people- Tho county is j necessary. We met a number of our
in debt, somewhere between $1,000 Nash friends, it being on the Hue of
and 50.000, no one seems to know the two counties. Mr. B. II. Bunn
ho much. V ill the Commissioners the candidate in Nash, addressed the
of this last named county rise up and meeting, he was followed hy Col. W.
explain why this difference? Surely F. Green. C. M. Cooke and 0. S.
a j proved the nction at the poor house,
and consented to the same. These are
Mr. Bullocks acts of omission, and they
are so many, that the reciting them
occupies so much space as to preclude
our commenting upon them at length,
and indeed we are not quite sure that
they need any explanation, as they tell
themselves a fearful tale of neglect
of solemn and momentous duties; and
a total disregard of the Mants and
interest of the people whose weal or
woe was confided in part to his keep
We come now to another matter in
which Mr. B. figured while a mem
ber of this Board and a part of which
appears to us to smack of twofaccd
On the 3rd day of July 1874 the
Board of I ommispioners met to ap
point Rcgist'ars and Inspectors of the
election to be held in August fo'low
ing. In Frankliutoii Township Lee
l ong (col ) was apjtoiuted Kegistrar,
and a resolution was olfered instruct
ing him to refuse, to Register the
citizens liv'tii'.' in what is known as
the "iiit Oil'." and to. utterly dis-
in act ot tho Lcgis-lajurc,
ei'izens' residing in this
territory to vote at Frank intou. A
number of Citizens called upon the
i oinmissioners and remonstrated
against the passage of such a resolu
tion, as there was no law clothing
the. Commissioners with any such
power as they were endeavoring' to
exercise. 'I his the Board disregard
ed, and after a long discussion came
to a vote, Mesrs. 1. B. Hawkins,
l K. Thomas and H. W. Fuller
voting for the resolution, and Mr.
Joshua Terry voting against it. Jdr.
Bullock as everybody - present saw
failed to vote at all. But wheir the
n inut s were written up his rame
appeared as having voted in the
affirmative. This ms a surprise to
those whowere present at the time.
We now as, we did then, character
ize this attempt to override the law
as a base and almost unprecedented
piece of usurpation and tyrany. "
And Mr. Bullock's attempt at dis
franchising the people of this section
did net stop here. The worst part
has not been told by long odds. He
was one of the Inspectors ol the elec
tion at the Frinklinton box and as
isuch g&re bUToteto deny the "Cut
ofl" neonle the rifht to vnj t Prank.
hnton. When tbey found that tbey DESERTION OF HIS DUTIES ! 1
coaia not tom mere, not wishing to
Judge Watts had leit that place on Fri
day night at 10 o'clock for Nashville
in Nash county, shortly therealter Co I.
Bell telegraphed to a friend at Rock y
llount the agreement of the jury upon
a verdict, their earnest wish to return
the same and be discharged, and asked
that the dispatch &e eent by express to
Judge Watts at . Nashville. The dis
patch was sent to and received by Judge
Watts in full time for him to have
reached Halifax by the ft o'clock train.
He made no reply to the dispatch,teok
no notice of it, and did not return to
Halifax until Sunday, nor receive the
verdict of the jnry until Monday. Hit
business at Nashville was to attend a
Radical meeting, and he there made a
most infiamable hariaogueto a crowd
of negjoes and warned them that if the
Conservatives elected a majority of the
delegates to the Convention In August
they would all be put back Sato slavery.
He harangued them to this effect for
These are are all fact?.
The verdict of the jury ws that the
prisoner was guilty. Whether this act o:
official delinquency will result ia the en
tire discharge of the assassin is gravely
doubted. If so this caricature ot a
Judge will have exhausted the forbear
ance of all decent men, and bis im
peachment must be no longer delayed.
Indeed he every day brings reproach
and contempt upon tie honored office
which he so meanly fi Is.
Judge Watts is actively canvassing
tor the nomination by the Halifax ne
groes as one of the delegates to the
Convention. O'Harra is to be the oth
er. Weldon, Halifax and Eufleld havo
already agreed to support him in the
county Convention, and his nomination
is considered sure. Sheriff Lark in is
actively supporting him. G.
Our Entire Stock of
LADIES DRESS Goods
at New York Cost prices
together with a large varny of other
goods, at, i ready Kedueed Prices call
early while the assortment is good.
WHITK A SHAW,
june 15th 1875.
LOOK TO YOUR IN-
Too can buy the following Ar
tides at the Drug 8tort at 5 per cent
less than the manufacturers retail
Kimmon's Liver Regula
tor, COX) LIVEU
Aud mny ohr standard artic t-.
Alwsy cl ariied at d -p-irkling.
KODATHJKET? $10 p r II-.
Kyu.ut the pnro stork.
LOUISBURO, 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. AU grades of Cofilns, Furnish
ed( with hearse.
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
Xir. 11. E. ICXKfo
Ofleis his Proiesaional Services u
he public in
Louiiburg at Warren too over
Dents Hotel, Norwood & Davis' 8urc.
JOS. J. DAVIS, "
AWT Hi COUNSELLOR EtlAI
rraaillo. JUeh. Waxraa and Wake.
La-, lies alwnvs
SMITH & BEACH AH.
Tne nolv lllacklrg tl.t will
Polish Over Oiled Sup
HESERVBTilrt LSATHEK !
H. A. REAMS & Co.
Manufacturers of Reams
Durham Boot aud SUou Polish,
DTJRHAMS N. C
IVurntuhil to Kxx t AU Other
Tlic peojdo of Oak Ievcl aro ihorougl-;
ly aroused io tho importance of elect
ing 3 good muii to tho Convention, and
that tho military constitution under
which we are living is in many re
spects uusuited to the wants of our
when the wicked are in power, the
We had intended to have aooieth-
Baker. IFe aro well statisfied that
the meeting did good, and we hope be
fore the campaign is over to meet the
This mafnifloent HOTEL, afUr having
been thoroughly renovated and refitted, U
bow open for the aocommodatioa of fueeta.
Board, first and seeood floor, IS per dir.
Third and fourth floor, 12,50 per dy.
liberal terms to permanent BorUr
The on?j blacking that will polih
on oiled kurfacp. It is guaranteed to
preserve the leather and make It pliant,
requiring less quantity and time to
produce a perUct gloss than sn y other,
the bresh to be applied immediately
alier uniting on the blacking. A per
fret gloes Irocn this will ou soil even
white clothes. We guarantee it aa
represented, and ask lor pstronsge
strictly on its merits. N
In testing our blacking use a brush
that has no other on it. Prices as low
as other Blacking. Liberal arrange
ments made with merchants and
wholesale dealers. ,
U. A. REAMS &Co.,
Manufacturers, Dorham, N. C,
Promt! a leuiioa paidto the con.. .
tio and cenit'a oof saosev.
J alj 15.1571. I t
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FftABXLunox, K. C.
Will practice in the courts of the t
Prompt attention given tothecolW
Uon of claima. Vo 50 tf
C. II. Cede, . H. SjeiCEt
COQK & CPEKCEft
ATTORHETS 1ND CQUHSELL0E5
Aa4 Solicitors ia
LOUISBURS N. C.
Will attend the Courts of N.,ri k
lin, G:anrille. Warren, nd Wake C un.
tUa, w!o the 8upreme Court t Nuns
Carolina and the U. S. Cirrnit and di
Courts. No 7-tf
I have Jut opener! a harness an4
saddle h-p in LouUlmrg, I tha!
krrp alajs oa hand a gl stock .4
VUcbioe made Uarnraa and Kldl.
I employ rood and taprrnpred work,
mer, and 1 warrant all the wmk pot op
by me ; all kinds of repairii g ia my
line done on bort noOf e ami oo very
reasonable terms. My Shop is over Mr.
T. N. Carlilefs Btor oo Main btreei.
Zdf" I solicit the patronage ot tbt
people cl Franklin.
Y. B. CLIFTON.
11.1. tm . -t, i i. J t
.b.' bigh; TtSSSuSSS: Vo- PHOTOGRAPHIC
jr. urown, J. no war a rvarner, new
York; the President and Profesaprs of
VYakr rorest Uoliege; and a large num
ber ol gentlemen in and aronnd Dnr
bam, whose certificates have been fur
nished the Manufactories.
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Valuable Flouring, Grist
and Saw Hills, forSale
citisens of Cypres again, and we can W- H Horris & mil HJJjJ-
safelv promise a good report from u far i- . r..m. .
ing to say about the recent conduct of i them on the 1st Thursday in August
this judicial functionary iu Halifax, on I next.
tho occasion of his holdincr his sum- I Too much praise cannot be given to fnmmUM tt L -
mer term of the Court there, but bo- Mr. W. F. May, forhis energy in U111IIIIMI" HierUIldlllb.
fore writing anything we found in the I getting up this meeting, and his ef
Raleigh News the following Communi- fort in making the time pass pleasant
cation which speaks for itself. It will b' to all. He is doing a good work in
COTTON FACTORS AXD
23, 25 and 27 Commerce 8t,
fered for aale on reasonable termi.
The Mills are in k-oI tanning order,
and draw custom limn lr &n ot
country. Cnnw: cU with the mills in
80 acrva of loI land,
ppy t W. L. THORP,
R.:ky Mouot X.C.
Will make liberal Currency ad van
ceson produce or bill lading In baud.
Mr. A, M. Noble; of N. C, Is con
netted witn our house, and will be
bo seen that while receiving the poo- I that section. New houses are being
pla's money for holding a regular term I huilt, and the people show signs of
of the Court, he puts off down to thrift and enterprise. We most also
Nash to advance the interest of his return oir thnks to 3Ir. Alphena Hin- F!1 to reolT th patronage of
tt ... . .i . I nuiirienas.
arij. uow macn more win a lor- i wu wi aiuuucu iwjwu vo ua, id gev
bearing people endure from such re
G. W. MINNIS,
For the Daily News,
A. Rnclioal Jmltce!
ting a good club of subscribers to the EAGLE HOTEL
tOU 1KB. I .
Louisburg, II. C.
Old No. 47. New HI Sycamore 8t.
At my Gallery over Mr. T. X. Csr-
lile's Store can le tound at all times,
rnnd, quare and matin frames. I am
also prepared to take Oem tvpes. ''trd
and cabinet aire Photogrsphs. ;
Wheo you wsot a good pictort ci
joarself and family, call at my Gallery.
y. a CLirroK.
SIX REASONS WHY
TOO lUOCXD UICU Dl
TIIE PENN MUTUAL
UFE i!isuhai;ge company.'
D'-'l CHESTNUT STREET,
1st. Becanje it is one of the oldest
COtanaaiee in the rxurntrr. and east tie
a t - - . . i . I . . . '
I x.--u'c rrr-rj m iiarnra irnn i uav oi expensaeata.
be altogether deprived of their risrht to
vote, they then went to BrassfieTds in
Granville where Mr. Bullock and his
crowd had told them all alone- thev
ought to vote. Bat before they could
The financial condition of our sister
counties, uranville, Halifax and
Franklin, is indeed deplorable, Hali
fax has a board of Commissioners who
have as little regard for honesty as
this county to fill a'vacancy and served V?h PUca hftd Pd a
in that capacity during the remainder
of that term, which oxpirod on the first
Monday of September 1871, and on
that day oommencttl a second tortn of
service by virtue of an .election by the
people of the county on the 1st Thurs
day in August 'proceeding, and resigned
his efSee as such on the 25th day of
November 1872. During' thw tunc of
ijf JTt service as county commis
sioner, sixty-one meetings of tho Board
IXtre held of which ho attended only
fifty, missing eleven or more than one
sixth. He was agnn appointed a com
ttted to the Brassfield votleg ground
with a message in writing, m these
" To the Inspectors of the Polls at
You are hereh r instructed to chaU
lenge every voter from the "Cut off"
Kept Together Three
Ajter Findtso a Verdict
HE JUDQK MlOHT MAKE A
PARTISAN Sfebcq 15 Anothes
caid to hfr ia-. in tbe lost tU-oi
at pi ice n.Mt a.tUci Hn
guaranttv . Gallery ctibl kUed u 1874
Oct. 2 ly
The Present nronrt tar hm
Ben Bailer. They recently allowed I tbe Eagle Hotel, (formerly occupied
their Chai. man, who is OTiara. a byJ DeDt) for, nnmber X-
colored lawyer, eight hundred dollars I regular and transient boarders, has Watchmaker and JCW
for legal advice rendered hit own I nloe rooms, we'l furnUhed, and fitted I -
board- the Register of Deeds was al
Halifax, K. C-, June 24, 1875.
Editoi $ Datlg News :
lowed eight hundred dollars for ex
tra services, and Larkin, the radical
Sheriff,' was allowed sixteen hundred
dollars. These outrageous bills the
Treasurer has refused to bay. A
Tne extra term of the Superior Court
who has tendered his vote at Frank- tor this county is now in session. Judge I meeting of tho taxpayers of the county
I nton, Pranklinton Township. They Watts presiding. At the past term of has been called. Granville is in debt
voie ner ana are I va -.w o i . . I , . ....
not entitled to vote anywhere." "cwl"l ourw wun one jcuas aoous seveniy inousana aonsri and
n v 1W! lot ordersgobegging. Frank-
And what great King and Lord wns
be, tnst be sbould inatruct the Id-
Powell, of color, was indicted for the
murder of a Mr. Cohen, of Battleboro,
in December last. Upon affidavit of
luissioneron theoth January 1874, to pectors of tbeElection at Brassfields! ZZZT ST mJ
()11.nft), nM.ra ,nA : He fulminating a Bull of Dwlranchise. thu county tor tnah The murder was
mofc aggravated and brutal and the
citixeaa and friends of the deceased em.
ployed llcssrs. Phillips ofTarboro, and
Bona, of Rocky Ucsnt to prosecute.
The prisoner was pot ?poa bis trial
fill another vacancy, and was sworn in
on the 19th of January 1874, and
served for the rem -inder of that term
which ended on the 1st Monday of
Pcptcmbcr fllwing. During this
rime. twcRty ki.m lu-vting of the
JJoaru' Yfprtt hUj, rt wj.'uh Mr. Bul-
raent against those people, who ought
to have as much right under the Con
stitution to vote a h 1 It will be seen
that he made three consecutive at
tempts to ntteily deny that people the
right to vote tor the men of their
choice. ThU is a part of his rrenrd.
lin's CommLsioner seem to be aa dis
honest as Halifax's and have drawn
upon their dish snored names, the exe
cration of all good men. The county
seems to be a dieted with thai some
what modern curse, a Ring,' which
has been manipulating iu orders.
Hundreds of county orders have been
and a jury empanelled of some of the changed so as to call for larger sums.
np In tbe best style. He has also lars-a
and convenient rooms for Salesmen to
display their samples. The table Is
dally supplied with the best the m r-
fcet anords. He will spare no pains
In Jmaklng his boarders comfortable,
and hopes he will receive a liberal
patronage from the public
Jan. fcth 1875.
t . -
ConmissioH Merchant e,
Ko. 5X Fayetteville Street,
ItALEIQH, N. C.
Opposite Uttropolitaa Hall.'
Tm Waiefaea and Jwelnr e tbe We
MaaaaKtors and at tbe loweat prtees.
AU work perapnaUy atteaded to and war
ranted. tl U 8yeamors 8U, Peterburr,Ts
To the Public
Having moved my shop to my bouse
about hall mils from the bodnee part
of Town, oo the Frank lio too road. I
take pleasure in informing the people
of Franklin, thai I am prepared In do
all work la my line, as cheap as can be
uon cisewnere. i am very thankful
far peat patronage, ud sincerely hope
thai yon w IU continue to patronise me.
I am very Respectfully,
P. 8. Partiea willing to have work
done, will leave li with Xfr. Ballard, at
Messrs. Barrow 6 Pleasants store and
win do attended io proaptlr.
JaaSfrif. . : '
Because every poller balder is
a nv caber of the Cosapeay, entitled to
all us advantages and privileges, hav
ing a right o vote at all elections tor
trustcea, and thus has an inneac is
its mans gem en t. '
8d Because it has the largest accu
mulated fuxd of any life Insaraoct
Company ia the State.
4tb. Ikysase by economical mas
agement. Its ratio of expenses io toul
income is tar below the average et Life
Companies, (See OSdal Insnraace
5th. hecaese it has declared more
dividends xn anmbw, and of a larger
average percentage, ihaa any Coopasy
la the United States.
For example: Policy No H, far
13000, has been paid to the widow of
a Philadelphia merchant, nponwbka
twenty-three dividends had been de
dared, ave aging lty eeven per cent.
Had these dividends been used to pox
chase AddiUoes to this policy,
snoie would have been realized -mx-Bg
the policy worth $11,045;
CLh. Because it is liberal in its rata
agement, prompt In its setttlemeati,
safe beyond a contingency, and its ratts
are as low as any first-class Coap
Principal Features. Small expee
absolute security .large return preaianu,
prompt payment of losses, and Ubtra
ty to the Insured.
Tf. XL FINCH, Oen'l, Hansger ft
- TT. D. 8FRUTLL, GenL Agest,
rnsklletna, IT. C.