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GEORGE S. ILKER, :
Editor and I'noriutrron.
All letters addressed to '
V Geo. S. Raki:r,
Friday -TrLY 23, B75.
FOU Till: L
Bullock - the Hull fulmioator wants
tlic people whom he attempted to dis
franchise , to mi l him to the Conven
tion. They won't do it.
Judge "Watts the man that n-niina..
ted -Mr. Bullock, ha not yet informed
the people whethe he voted for Jno.
II. Williamson io. Republican nomi
nee for the Lejnslatura last year.
Bpcak out Judge.
Wc aic not aware that Mr Bullock
has yet informed the colored people for
whom lie voted last yir for the House
of Representatives. Some of 1 them
would Uko to know. Mr. Bullock of
course will inform them.
The Conservative Party spent less in
running the State Government for
four years than the Radical party did
in running it two years. C'oneerva
tives spent in four yeais $945,381,99.
The Radicals spent in two years
$081,163,80 or $35,781, 81 more in
tiro, than the Democrats did in four
Do the pcop'e of Frankijn want to
continue to pay $10)0 per year to
Jiavc their tax list made out? Ifxso
then vote for Mr. Eulhck the rflicc
hbhlcis Candidate. If not vote for
Co!. Green the citizens candidate.
The man who cant touch you in the
way of heavy taxes without . huit'rg
Tlic Radical secret plat wnn dis
cos rn'-cs the agitation cf thc Civil
Riohts question -at this time, hut will
'nevcr fcurrcndci" the principles at
tempted to be forced upon tb.2 country
hy that measure, bhould thay have a
majority in tho coming Convention it u
not certain bat that they would en
graft this measure upon the 'ciititu
lion, and thiw put1 it upon us in, spite
of ourselves. The Radical party both
State and iVauonal is committed to this
odious, agrarian, measure of .in tsccgon
ation, and consequently of degradation
That party would' to-morrow wipe out
every vestige of distinction between
the social status of the ttvo race?, if it
but had the power. Their act3 in the
past clearly indicate that this would be
their actun if they but get in pocr in
this State agcin. While General Tan
by , was Militiiry Ruler of the Caro
linians, a man in Faycttcvllle named A.
0. Thornton, haviug a white skin, but
none of the other instincts or feelings
of the Anglo Saxon race, by special
dispensation of .Gen. Canby married a
negro woman. This was contrary to
the laws of North Carolina..- Soon
after this had been d ma tho Radical
Constitutional Convention of 18C8
convened, which a3 every body knows
did not have so much as a handful of
Conservatives or Democrats iutt.
-thepcoplo.dnAlLe Convention question.
'Tluy are litiireprosentnig the bstte? in
votes Ot V.
favor of ali
Tliis Ls pai l
Pool, the s:
lu. m oraer to culcu
ite men, wh.o thought it in
to call a Convention at thu
:f tkcnv pretend they" are in
cumin tho Convention.-
to be an invention of Jehu
.:rsc man, who advised IIol
i . the Kirk war, to have
some of the best mcu in North Caro
lina murdered ! Will honest meu. fol
low, tho laid - of such a character as
John Poo ? ."ViIl, they remain at
home onth i day of election and permit
such men to ride into power again ?
Have they forgotten the swindling
Radical-' Legislature of 1808? nave
they forgetiton the IIol3en-Kirk war?
Are they pleased with the Civil Rights
party? Are they willing to put North
Carolina in the hands of such a party
arram r i0, never. riKvtr.. mnsou
TO THE PUBLIC.
W. H. Morris & Sons.,
3, 23 ami 27 Commerce St.
"Will make l"dcrnl Currency rvlvan
ee.'on produce or bill hiding In liaiul.
3r. A, - M. Xobie, fN. C., i coa
nceteil with our hou?e, and will he
pleased to rcceivo the patronage of
Louisburg, N. C.
A ginger colored nigger preacher, lation theret0:
The "attention of the Boaid ot Direc
tors ot the j Raleigh and Augusta Air
Lice. Itailrofid Company having l e- n
called to the fact, that an 'act paed
by thesflenerai Assembly has been raacle
the sul ject of public discussion, the
Board deems it proper to submit the
f )llovin' statement cf facts in re-
Votc for Green and let Franklin
Jiavc in the Convention a peer for
Graham, Cliugman, Coleman, Gilmer,
Johnston, Shobcr, Battle.JCJalcs,! Worth,
Planning, lteid, Jlorclicad, Beinett,
Bunn and other distinguished North
Carolinaians who will be there, to add
lustre to a brilliant mvay of names tli.it
adorn, the political history of our State
Under the old CotiKtitutioi it re-
required only one nrn in each Dis
member ' from Fayelteville named
Hood, introduced and had passed
throusrh the Convention an ordinance
to legalize this marriage, and all others
of a similar nature.
The Ordinance is in these words,
totoit : "Section 1. Be it ordained by
tho people of North Carolina in Con
vention assembled, and it is hereby
Tbe Chatham B ulroad Company was
chartered by act of the Legislate re of
1860-'61. Daring the war woik was
commenced on the road,' but no part
as completed for use. The Conven
tion in March 18C8 passed an ordinance
uthorizing tho exchange of one mill
ion two hundred thousand dollar
State bonds with the Chatham llail
road Company, lor a like araounc of its
oruaineu cy the au.nonty jot me bonds for the purpese of continuing the
same, That nil marriages authorized, work which has been begun -during the
by nyntary authority since April ist war. in tuts oruinanceit wa3 jirov:-
18C2, arc hereby declared legal and 'ded, that the company at any time be
This is a part of the record of this
party on this subject.
A Itadical Congress has passed and
a Radical I'rceidtnt lias approved the
Civil Rights bill and it ie now a part
.of the law of the nation Bat the
Courts are declaring it unconstitutional
upon the .ground that these matters
should bo regulated by the States.-
Thcn if a State adopts' a Civil Eights
law it will be valid and' binding.
Such is now the ease in Jlississiord.
With these things staving s in the
face ii is the sole. nn andf weighty duty
fore maturity might take up its bonds
deposited Iwiib the public Treasurer
"by substituting' in lieu thereof coupon
bonds of tie Siate, or other indebted
ocas of tbej State.'' To secure the pay
mint of tliese bonds by the company
it was required4ra and did execute i
mortgage or itsrodb"ed property, &e
The 'State had before the war cxebai
ed bouci3 with other companies' oa -tern
similar to these.
The bon'd3 thus- recdved from tLe
State wtrejsold by the Company, and
tho proceeds used in tlic construction
ot tbe ro&uj. Several Amendments were
made at diflerent times to the claricr
of the Company, and it being its in
The Treasurer nctwitlistandirg tbo
decisira of the Court which allowed
the company to deliver th.Cce bcruL-, us
the company wi3 advsj.lt; ttiii LcsitE
ted to receive th:m. ' .
Under thes3 circumstance 3 it was
deenrpd prop r the LcgifHturc pi?3 an
explacp.tory act dtf Ltring the meanirg
and intention cf previous. Jcgislaticn
and in accordance ith the decision t
tbe Court. The r.ct now referred to
was drawn end introduced into the
Legislature for that purpose. S far as
the Directors knotv or Ln l:ovc there wf s
nothisg secret in the introduction or
passsgj through that body. It being
in itself right and free from objection
they suppose it wa3 passed in the nsaal
course of bnsinrss. The Journal shows AG L E HOTEL
tae day of its introduction tbat it was
rel erred to the Committee of Iatemal
Improvements, was reported favorably
by that Committee and passed its sev
As a matter cl law these bonds being
recognized by the Legislature as valid
in the act to compromise the State
Debt above refecrred to, the Treasurer
wa3bound to receive ihem without
any additional legislation.
The passage of this act however
cannot injure the State, since it is only
additional recognition of tho validity
ot the bends which ouht nevei to have
been Questioned, and wnen paid into
the Ticasury the State is. benefitted by
having her debt reduced by the amount
piid ic. But it may beneliit tb.3 hoi
ders of these bond3 who reside chiefly
in the Suth by giving thein a better
opportunity to sell if they do , cot de
Bire to fund. Toesc bond; are ot simi
lar value and art, placed by the Bill to
comprise the State Dbt in the eamt
class with the bonds issued by the
State to the Read.
A copy of the act U hereto appended
from which it will be seen tbat the
whole purpose was declared in the
W. J, Hawkins,
P. ('. Caxikhos,
Gec W. l'lilCE,
Wai.iku C i,AnK,
W. W. ClIAilUSRLAIN,
OHice P.. &A. Am-LiNK II R,
Raicigs, N. C, Jur;e DO b, '73. f
The present propj-i tor has lca?od
the Eagle Hotel, li'ornivrly occupied
by James Dent) fo u number of years.
He is prepared to .nreonunodate
regular and transient boarder., lias
nice rooms, wed furnish od, and titted
up in the best style . Pc has ako larir
and convenient rooms jor Salesmen to
display their samples. The tabic is
daily supplied with the best the mar
ket affords. He will ?t arc no pain;
lawmaking his boarders comfortable,
and hopes he will receive a liberal
patronage from the public.
Jan. fcich 1875.
The Fall Session
WILL UEGIJf -JULY 12TII, 1875.
LOUI513URO, N. C.
SASH, BLINDS AND
MADE to OP.DER, and all Vmd of
Machine work done at short notice, oa
able tarns as elsewhere in tbe
State. All grades of Coffiins, Famish-
eJ, with hearse.
Tongue and Groove floor
ing and ceiling, a
trW-.t to take the Tax !ir. t a cost nf
fix dollars to tho County. ..Under of cvel"y wanwho lovca his country, tonticn to joxteud inline by tbe most
An act k xi'i. axatciiy oy ckiitatx acts
ASi) TO K.VATJr.B PAUT1ES ilI.UING
KOKDS O? 'I UK CT.Vlli-- ISSL'o! YV.V.
acts r .i i'&D mum to thh; wau - to
SEMj TUB HAMii.
Board with the principal,(wr.?h
iliir, lights and towels mt in
cluded,) - - - G0 00
Tuition tn Primary lepavtment 15 ( I
k ltegular JngliMi Louise, 'J
Ii:it:n and fi reel;, each, extra. (.)
lioard muit be paid" :n advaiu
and i uitM.n at tlio cls i t t:.: sissioti
' "V f '!
' V i
sj- y x:
1 1 .1 - 1 I
this present system it requires-three vmo 10's U1C PU1UX 01 1118 race, wno
men to do the same work, at a cost of v;ouhl deplore any legal means by
cightecu dollars. Does not every man whiuh a social intermingling of the
in the County wish reform in this races might be encouraged or even
particular P Then vote for Col. Y. F . thought i, tp use every means within
Ureen, tno uemocrauc A.an(iuute ior his nowc- to keen this rartv that. mn.
. , t L j
templates this horitlo state of afTairs,
direct and 'practicable route to Auus.a
GaM its name, wad changed to the
Kaleigh & Augusta Airllce liailifnhl
To cairy out ti.ia intention, and com
plete this great -.vork.it beeama a m .t'er
of importance to the Company to tike
up its bonds hold by the State, ond to
Itecul XJiiH vitliout rail. from aSaiu gctting the ascendency in substitute nereupon coupon bonds of
our fctate. Give them not the reins.
It is a fact that in every county in the TheJ are desperate. They hate pun
ctate, whero tho Consoi-vativo party has ty, honc?fy, and all that . is good.
. , ' , .. . They hate these qualities, as-vie al-
been m power, the counties are out J , . 1
ways hates virtue.
of debt, and their paper is readily taken Fiecmen of Franklin ! of North
at faco value, and a number of them Carolina! you vera born free! io;j
- - m . . . mi , through whoso veins courses the blood
liavo from Ten to twenty Thousand .. , . , . ,
' that ha 'through a long line of an-
dollars in Bank. And in every county cestry made tyrants to quail and yield
where tho Radical nart v has'luviu in now- to the demands fof civil liberty ! A
r-.r- -J I
feartul duty lies imim:-U;:te!y in
count, and nearly every county lias y0ur frout. The duty of rescuing
nsked for a special tax, to feed and fatten yur St,ate froni thc terrible thraldom
aud hopelcsfs doom that would follow a
the State, which it had the right to do
under the ordinance of the Convention
above . referred tp, and which author
lzes tho exchange of bondp, In mak
ing substitution, the Treasurer of the
State and the officers" ot the Company
d lTered in opinion as to what classes ot
bonds the j Company had the right to
substitute, j" and the Treasurer was
bound to receive- To obtain a con
struction ol the ordinance above re
feired to, and an Act of the Legislature
great responsibility rests upon vou. ha relation Jto the same -subject, actions
were brought by thc Company against
the Treasurer whih were carried t.
the Supreme Court in order that the
the corrupt officials who hold tho offices.
These are facts.
Wo notice that tho King men of
thc Itadical party in other counties
arc doing as they did herc Laying
thc negro on tho shelf.
xIn Granville, Hanson ITughcs,
Crew Haywood Heaves and Cufl'ec
Mayo, have lad to Biand lack for Ike
Young and Clint Rogers, two Revenue
officers. In Halifax only one negro is
nominated for tho 'Convention, not-
duties of the parties might
bo adjudicated by the highest tribunal
of the State. The decision t-f the
in i fleet, that the Company
Radical victory this summer. Are
you ready to enter the fray? Are all
ot your neighbors aroused to thc tear- Lad the right to substitute, and the
ful responsibility that rests upon them? J Treasurei wa3 authorized to receive
If not tell them that they "are Ylum- from.thc Company for its bends, any
berinr over a fonrfnl nnd trrribb valid bondj or other indebtedness of the
c - -
earth quake. Their liberties, their
society, their most cherished insti
tutions are threatened with imme
diate over throw. JKake them up.
and tell them to Cght as if they were
fighting for their existence. We'bc-
State, "which bad been if sued or con-,
tractcd p.ior to the passage of tha or
dinance above referred to, to wit ; 11th,
March, 1G8. Tho Company there
upon proceeded to deliver ironi time
to time to the State Treasurer, State
bonds, the; validity of which was net
W Ki;na.f. under ai ord:::an-.e or
Conven-lioii ' i-atsd-.:' treh e'evt-uth
on-j thou.pnd ci!it Ku..d td and t'.x'y
eight, iia act of A;s mpiy ratlli..d ,t'.:e
thiiteuith ' f Dtctmbv-r, cue thwu-'an 1
C'ght hur.vlrc.v5 r.nd siventy one, ll sle'gh
isn't Auusia AiivLine Riiiiroad Ct.mpi
ny is author.zjd to ray olT .$1,00,000
'l its secou'd :nort';e bonds hvld by
tho S.tate Treasurer with any bonds c r j
other indebtedness, of thc S'ute; ami
whore .s. Le ruOlic Trcaurer-exp'e3SE:
a doubt, wlrjiher u:idcr toustrucion ot
said uct he is authorized to uctive
bonds iss-ied during t e war for iurcr
i.al inrprovrmer.t purpose?, h-ut ui.der
l uels p.vssi-d pr'u:r xu v ;r, nnd whereas
lurther,'said boirls were issued to. and
are n;w held 'ahnost txclusivtly by
c.tizens of the Stiic, and the same have
bet'.i recog.i:zed as valid by tho author
ities of ihu State; now, therefore.
Section i. The General Assembly
of North Carolina do enact. That it
wu3 the true intent at.d meauirg of the
ordinance and act shove referred to au
thorize and empower the Public Treaa
urer to receive any of rue aforesaid iu
terra! imj rovttctirit-b?nd3 in execution
o: tue prov
iSeclion 2. The Public Treasurer he
and he is hereby authorized, empow
ered and directed to receive any of thc
int.-rnal improvement bonds ot the
State ol North Carolina herein before
described whih tuuy horaafter be ten
dered under tue provisions of said act
and ordma&ce and in txecution of the
S.ctiou 3. Thn act shall be in force
mid tifter its ratirlctioa.
Ratified the 22nd day of March, A.
!! i c- l- lt j I .
V 7 iL. vit
Tno only Rlecklcg that will
Polish Over -Oiled Sur
prf;ervs thc leather i
H- A. REAMS & Co.
MiuiHiiictnrers of Kcams
Durham Root and Shoe Polish,
DURHAMS N. C
ji.ii't;?RL"RG, N. C.
nma::cl t r d AH Oilers
Oilers bis Projcssioaal Scmce to
tbo public in
IZriry department or
Looisbnrg at Warreotoii over
Dents UottU Norwood Davis' Store.
Dp. E MalMio Dr. E. Malone Jr.
Practicincr I Thvsickn
Market Sire tt cast of Court IIousc
lx.u:sburg, N C.
JOS. J. DAVIS.
AT'I'I aid COUHSELLOR al WK '
LOUlSLUr.0, FSA2JHLIH CO. N.a
Vill practice in the teversl cootts nf
Gra&vilh, Franklin, Xaih, SVanen av.1
Prompt attention paid to tie
collection tn I remitt nee oi mney.
Joly 13, iS7l.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FA5KLIS10, N. C.
Will practice in tho courts of thc 6:h
Prompt attention j;ivca tntln collec
tion of clv.n'S. N50-tf
C. 2. Cceii!, . H. Spencer
&.TT0RHEYS &HD CODSSELLQES
LGUISE'JHC . C.
V'i'l nMcnd ihc (V. iiHof N ish.Frai.k
: :;v !!'.. '" 'in tt-.tnl Wak:( un.
!':, l!.' :"i j-n rii-j Tftirt t North
i.rr i ;n ! U. Circuit aud Disn
Cms. N 7 tf
ilVlUIUIIVA4 tvl UV Will VUilUUf II V W . . i -
... . v ., , tl . Ucve the people will come up to their questioned and which had been issued
witlistanding they do nil the Radical , . ... ... , , , I . , . , ,
. - T xe- duty, and that this years Srht will before the said 1 1th of March, 1808.
voting in this county. In barren, it , , i , r r w , . .
. i, , , purify and redeem North Carolina, and Before the late war be-;un the Le-
ti . i tr e n ', , . f sdf heron the highroad to prosperity
rear had about half of the hehet of . e -.. 1 "
V and happiness.
uiuc) uvm udo tout evuiiiivitte
and no nigger on tho Convention tic
ket. In Craven, though thc negroes
composo almost the entire Radical
party, yet tno wMe leaders first put
on Judge Thomas and II . F; Lchncar,
Judge Thomas deelinod. Then they
put on a Yankee named Manix no
nigger yet. New Hanover maintains
its ground, with cie negio and Ju.lge
Russell and Manning, the white
Tho Radical party has made about
whut it can out of tho negro, and is peoi b of Louisa and brute u: their
now dropping hrn like a lot potato Legislature at thepohst of tho Lay, n -t.
,They 'ant all the spoils tiiemscivos. They have s-.7inaKl the hcr.est tas-
Tho r Tfi&cs a very good voter rew of - ilalifa?. tiranvjlkN iranklia
for tLern, bi hcy make, poor oJSee and New Hanbvar andotJier counties
; holders, espo'ciail - 's cn there ate so whero they hr.va a majority, out of
TTliat Tliey IIuvc J)ono
Thc iiooes and white Rsdicab have
elect eel a negro Lieutenant Governor
in' Louisiana, a negro Judre in South'
Carolina a negro t'ongre.-winan from
this Distiict. They fi-anied thc pre
g'nt Constitution under a railitiry
Governcr's -or dor. They have S'ivie
dicd Xorth Carolina out of nnliir.! of
dollars and thc d-.ht ' Ls now ltatiinT
rifious ot saul act and ordi-
To dwlitors tnvl Debtors.
Having, on the 10 h day of Jure,
18To, obtained lctbrs testanitxtary
n ttn; Fctate of J. J. Minctne, clt
cea?f.'vl, I i cicl'V iu:tlfy n'l persons hold
ini; cl-iinu- ;i-.inst 8. id lista.e to prt
eent tbo same t me lor p.iyu?ent. ou or
bolore the 1st day of July, 1870, cr
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
Pca3 r.s owing said Estate are here
by refjucstcd to mako immediate paj
nient, E . W. FULLER,
Lou?sbuTg, June lOtn, 18T." Executor.
islatnre Lad passed acts providing for
the (j)f State bonds for interna
irnproveven, purposes. Under thefc
acts bonds wercissusd to railroad coai-
paniea aft.r the war begun, but they
were not regarded as connected with
the war and were always recognized as
valid.. Under the Funding Acts of CC,
C7 ,and CS, coupocs cf these bond3
were received by the then Treasurer of
the State!, to wit: (lltssss. Worth
and II ittle, one or Ijot
they- are ibformed) and bo
tilioates o? i-Klfcbtedses. i3iu.d there- 5
we r 2 recognize t a i valid by j
and on the s'ock market ? !.
aud in tnfl act passed at the late &rs:,ioa J
of the General As?nb!y eniUIcd. I
"An act to ccmprorai;e, ccrmau-e a ul
settle the State debt.' the orlH id
a. b'. DODSON,
h cl them , TLS' wafftfiffent 1IOTTL, kfttr tmr-tt?
oniS and c. r now open fv.r the fLcecinraoOtici4 tlgaciu
Boar!, Crt and eecond floor, f3 per dT.
Tl.irJ fourth llcr, f2,50 per dav".
L.'berl terras to perniaEen; UcAri.r"
Italci-b, N. C.
The only ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY
in the South. Eight pages. Forty
co'uma. Containing more reeding mat
ter than any Weekly published in the
Southern States. Tho L'rrt nundr cf
the SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AGS
will be issued on
Saturday, 25th dry of June, 1075.
Tbe Puwiibtr inteuds making it an
Illustrated record of the times. It will
tret ft every topic. Political, Histori
cal, literary, and Scientific, which is
o current interest, and give ths best
illustrations tuat can be obtained,
original or foreign.
The SOUTI1ERM ILLUSTRATED
AGE will le printed on new type, and
neavy uook paper.
Oo its list of contributors will be
found the names of many of thc best
writers in the South, berial and short
storie, poems and sketches, and well
conducted editorial departments giving
me larett personal literary, BCTemific
i.. 1...- . -
po'.uicai rcnsious una commercial ic
telifjence, wiil furnish every week a,n
amount cf readies iratter unsurpasted
ijoiwr paper?, in excellence and uari
tty. Jt is intended to make the
SOUTHERN" ILLUSTRATED AGE a
jourt-l for the tirefcidr ; cveaal columns
wii! specially d:vo!ed to all tuHtcts
periainm inuomrs.icuun social life.
ii lamny should without it.
Subscript in price onty ,2 pr tc-
num. l'ostase trw.
R.T. FULGIITM, Editor.' :
Raltisb, N. Q.
T II O 31 A S,
W UOLESAL K GKOCEK8
crlv 1 l&rkin" that will ;-ol;fa5,
r.r. oi'e-d turfiif'. R i puirar.trcd to
pneervc the le-atl tr and u.uke it pliarit.
n-ii'.irirrr les funntstv m; I tiaw to
j-r.A'.Ui-c u peihe-: 'r hy.- tban ar- ot!?. .
i lit: brus-u to be rppiivd irr.i.vi-diriti '. v
aficr putting on the bbtkinjr. A ptr
feet t;los3 lnm this will n;t foil even
white clothes. "We unruntee it hs
icprc siuet', and nsk for paTre-natr
strictly oc it niciits.
In testing onr blacking r.e a brus-h
that lma co other on it. Pi ices as low
as ether Rhtkin?. Lilnrial nrran;
tnents made- with merchant ao
H. A. REAMS &Co.t
Hacufacturt-rd, Durham, N. C
T:-is riackinj: 13 recommended ia
the liihcst terms, aft r trial, by fjeo.
F. RrowD, J. Howard Warner, Nkw
York; the President and Professors t i
Wake Ftret College; and u srtxc num
Lvr of gentlemen in ami around Lmr
ham, whose certificate? have been lui
nished thc Manufactories,
. Orders rolicitcd and promptly f.lled.
Yaluabla Flouring, Crisi
and Saw Mills, for Sale
Tl'e IKvm mi'l property eitna'c! o
San.ly (jrtek in Franklin county is o'-fe-red
for sile on reiw,3ablc tirros.
Tlie .Mlia r.re in fr'-o.l iur!in r ri'.er,
and drt..v tn?? :n lro:-i :i 1 ir;' f-c.-jj
count r. v.iili the mills
t0 tier 1 1" ; a 1 i.u.'.l.
-'ii- y V,. L.TIIORP,
R- cky Mount N. t".
G. W. MiNNIS,'
Old No. 47, New lit Sycamore St.
Execu'cs crrry Hxs ot likrnrss from
cuid to ijfp niz, io the lM t MvltMof
at Pi-f pi' fr-t ' &ati.lici:.
goarai:te :. GKcry ta'wiiheu u 1&71
Oct. 2 ly
I-I .A. Li 1ST :k s s
I have just rpe-nf: . barneM anI
s-.dd1..; ih:-p in L"uihary, I hall
KPi p KU'.ny. on '.mud a .xm! tock
Ah.ciiinc luide lUrnCf and Saddle.
I employ p.d ar.U xperi i.ccd work
nf-c, and ( warrant n!l the woik put op
Ly me ; nil kicel cl rrpiiir ia roy
'.ire done i u i! ort ro'lee and on vrry
rca?onit)'' trn;. My SLp is over Mr.
T. N. ITarliltN Store .n Main Stri-eu
Zis I solicit thc patronage oi the
people ot Frank lie.
Y. 1). CLIFTON.
MAIN STREHT. -
At my Gallery over Mr. T. X. Car
lilt's Store can lc found at all timer,
round, square tnd rnstir. frames. I am
cIho prepared to take Gem tvpea. '"rl
and cabiott fcizi Photograph.
When you wj.tit a good pictim t.t
yourself and family, call at toy Oalltry.
Y. B. CLIFTON.
SIX REASONS WHY
ycu should isims rx
THE l'EXX MUTUAL
LIFE 1NSUHANGE CCMPA11T.
021 CIIESTSUT STREET
1st. Because it is one of the oldest
companies in the country, and past the
dy ot experiments. i
2 J. lleciU'e every policy holder Is
ami-mbcr ol tbe Company, entitled to
all its advantatn and pnTil-ge ;Lv
it. a right to vote at all elections tor
trustees, and thus has aa influence ia
S I i;-.cu-e it has tbe largest scco
mulatcd fuU or any Life IcAUXsace
Corcpany in the State. !
4tb. Ikcause by economical rasa
agcraent, its ratio of expenses to toUl
atCllIIialvCr and JeW- Complies, S OZtiil Insurance
5tb. Jlecaue it has ccclaxea more
TINK Wnt'! nnd .Twe!rv of lbc tx
m ... .
nr.vi uxors ami r.l the low t n.v.
A!i roik i:roii-i;y tlteiiJed to and
tl 12 Fyouraore I tcr,burr.T
Tn Ion PiiWTa
many other Lunpry .t0 m tbe
office?, Rcuepiiio democrats a
- long ways better wire puller thn W
would bo leading uegroeg, afid the
wire puller I th man who succeeds
vparly. v '
expensed ' of '. a ouvcution. V"hert
-er, they Lave .had ruwer in this
t ; they have or preyed and
rl? P00 they are
k p-a- i"l V ' 'i 'si L arohna under therr
t he Radical 1 trying to get . - . .
. . . . - 1 J , . i rmr to dmtve
tlccl5i" hy f.'r'.;U
bocd5 issueel forcou:ora
thu3 focdevl . are recopjnijed as valid
and sew bonds are ordered to be issued
uj one year tst-sv the 1 tor them according to their f '.isfi.-
tiou The most, if cot all of these
bond?, were held in this and the Souths
era States (as the Directors are inform
ed) they not being recognized in the
stock market North becense they had
on their face Confederate States in
stead of United State?,"
I respectfully announce to thc ciii-
zcaj of LffTr.ebsrg ana vicinitv. thrt I
tni prepared to tlo plain eeirg for Ija
tr.a and Uentleaien, a!s-IItmtnin".
f a.R!. viTva. F'
Durjingua iiumms- C targes mod.
MR3.P. n. SMITH.
Louuburg XL C.
C o m r:i i s i o n Merchant s,
Xo. Gu. Fayettcvill9 Street,
RALEIGH, K. C.
Oppo-ite ifetropoiiUn II all.
RALEIGH. l C.
G.-W. BLACKELL, rrojrictor.
TIavinc: m-rd my shop t- mr !oue
ab'.ut half ir.il j from tho b'-sine port
of Town, on the Franklir tOD r atl. I
dividend? in cumber, and of a larger
average percentage, than any Company
in the United States.
For txamjlc; Policy No 1C, for
f "000, W ltn paid to tLe widow of
a pbllkde'pbia rctrcbent, npoa which
twc:.tj-ihree dividend had been dc
tlirtd, ave iir.n City feven percent.
Hid tlc-e ('-ivirtecds been used to pnr
thase aJ.'iiti r.S to tuia lolicy, $5,048
nicie v.c!:l.l l ave been realized mak-
take plca-.ure in inf'.train the por l- tLc p:cy vnrth $11,040, " !
o: FranW'.n, that I aai prepared, to do C:b. lc-useit is liberal ia its man-
all work In my line, as cheap a can be aiest, prvc:pt in ita setttleoenU,
ft-ne elschire. I sm very thankful sale Uyoad a cunticgeney, and it rate
f r past pa!rorjBp, and ticcercly hope M9 as low as any firkt-chus Compsny
that jott niil continue to patronize me ia the country. '
I ana verv Rcsoectfully, Principal Ftatnref. Sma.I expenses,
V icriair CiWPK absolute Krccrity .large retarnpnminms,
P. S.Perties wishing to hare work ly to thc intored.
done, will leave It with Mr. Rallsrd, at W. II. FINCH, Cen'l, Uxaitr for
Mes?rs. Barrow & Pleasants ttciu and North Caroline.
will be attendtU to promptly. W. D. SPKUILL, Cenl. Ajent.
Jan2-tf, I Frank! in too, li.C.