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GEO. S. UAKl'Jt, raorniuTOK.
LoL'iPuruo JrtY, 23, 1675
SPECIAL ITEMS. -
"We will f otil! the Courier' and
((nhyn Jjti!':: Boole, v;ith beautiful
Oil elirouio " Ileuc,'' 12 months for
Persona ?;r;t; to' an J from Franklin
ton, w ill do well to take the Mail Hack
of Mr.. II. C. - Jones.- He U kind
courteous aul oblliriu, and leaveanotlr
ing undone that will add to "the comfort
of the tra lcr.
My Stock of epring and gummer
oods, is very large, and I pledge my
Helf to kcII as chji(p as any one in Loub
bur. I have also a good stock of Con
i'ectionaries, Groceries &c. &., all at
the lowest market price for Cash, h
T. N. CAULILE.
a. Mr. E. 1). Watsou, is agent for the
t Wheeler & WiUon Sewing ilachine.
lie also repairs and puts in good work
ing order, Machines of other patents,
and also keeps on hand needles &c. &c.
which he will .furnish at tho lowest
price, he warrants all hi vork. 'Call
on him at the Eagle Hotel.
'fun AVavkrly Magazine This
Magazine published by Moses A.. Bow,
Uustun Mass., is now iu its Gftieth yeur,
is a sixty column Magazine, and
furnifthi' with each number n. - page of
the choicest music. There sir nu con
tinued btorics, all arc concluded in' the.
paper ju whicli they begin. The
price of the paper is $5,00 for 12
3 for G$l,50 for 3 nouths. '
Is Yk;n Life worth IOCekts?
Sickness prevails everywhere, and
e verybody complains of some disease
during their life. When sick, the ob
ject is to get well; now we say plainly
that no person in tbis world that is
suffering with Dyspop.via, Liver com
1 laint and its effects, such as ndijres-
tioii, Costivcncss, '
Sur Stomach, Heart burn. Palpita
tion of the Heart, Depressed Spirits,
JUiousncss, A'c, can take Gueen's
Ar;rsT I'lowkii, , without getting re
lief and cure, If you . doubt 'this, go to
yxr Biu-MstDlL J. V. CLTFTON
.:i d get a Samj-le' Dottle for 10 cents
ai d try it. Ilegular i-.is. : 75 cents.
'Two doses will relieve vo u.
Wo would rospectfuily call your at
tention to 'the new rich, and cheap
Wrvtche?, Jewelry, Diamonds-, Silver
Ware, Clocks 'and fancy goods at
Youngs, Marble Front dowolry Store,
cor tier Sycamore !s B-mlc streets,
lVtorsiir-, Ya., Solid- 18kt. plain
t!old Jin;s for engagement and wed
long purpose?. Young:;, Celebrated
Perfected I'crtseojiic Spectacles and
Eye Glasces, wiirimprcve and benefit
Call and see' them when you visit
Guitar For Sale!!;
1 have on exhibition at the Store o!
Jtcstr?. Whitt & Slu.v, a very fine
with car-c, which I wiiysoll cheap. It
is altogether a beautiful Instrument.
l. S. WHITE
Louisburr N. C.
Genuine TEllU VI AN. Guano di
rect from Government warehouse Guar-
' rauteod pure and unadulterated. Very
low for Cash.
W. S. MALLORY,
Franklinton, N. C
LOUISBUHG, N. C.
The Fall opslon will commence
Wednesday J July 14th and continue
full 20 weeks. e .
Toard with washinir, furnished
rooms and English Tuitiou, $90.00
' Langunjrcff Latin and French
Music on Fiano with use of
Ten or twelve young ladies can
find board with the Principal, i
J" Circulars sent on application
MISS CORNELIA. A. CRENSHAW,
June 25th 1873, 4-w.
JZHxraxiL P. Has ris,
.TVXICS IS. T1JOTT,
WIIOLKSAI.K DEALK.U IN
HATS AND CAPS,
' 34 Hanoyer Street,
llayoyour JOB WOIIK done at tho
Vote for Col. 7. V. Green, and "re
form. . - '
Ilev. Chaa. E Taylor filled his ap
pointment at the Baptist' Churchon
If you wish ' reform and abetter
system of governmentvote for Col. W.
F. Green for the'eonvention. ,
The Courier for the Campaign
only Fifty Cents. Let every Demo
crat in the County subscribe at onoe.
Don't fail to Register.
are open at tbc office of Mr. W, II,
Fnr;u:ui the 'Registrar, in. the Court
If you wish a change in the present
extravagant system .)f State and
county government, vote for-Cul. W,
F. Green, the Donocratic Candidate
for the Convention.
There was no preaching in St. Pauls
Episcopal C huieh on last Sunday,
llev. M. II. Vaugh tlie Hector, was
abscnon a visit to Oxford, where he
The Democrats would run the State
and county Governments vastly
cheaper than they are now. but for the
limitations and in the present constitu
tion. Under the old constitution the
thief who was convicted ot stealing
your hog could not vote for the man
io try him next time for stealing
Ho can now. Which will you have ?
In Louisburg Township under the
prcaent Constitution, four men must bo
paid torty dollars for taking the tax
list . Under the old constitution one
man would take th same for ten dol
lars. Which do you like bo-it V .
, ' 1 s 1 1 1 -
Vote for Col. AV. F Green and re
formation against!!. F. Bullock Jr.,
who is io favor of the present consti
tution put upon sby n. ilitary authori
ty, and is in many respects unsuited
to the wants of our people.
.We are exposing in every, paper, the
f omipiion and extra '-'again f ol'our coun
ty ulVicials, .--ulcribe and learn howyotvr;
county has been swindled, and'-clioateu
out oi tho rrunev that has been wru-ivz
uu.ler the present system of
"over. n i en t $!7.50 to send notices to"
the i j.ffj: on:, pel! keepers in the ten
towiishij.'S-in this C unty, (if iboir ap
pointment. Another reason fur chang
ing the present pysicm of government.
Clubs of Subset ihoj s io tlr:
KU. are ei niing i.i every week, but v. c
have . a large mahiv.g- look nnd- have
ri'om for more l-'rlcnds uui it cease vour
cfTorts.'uiitil the COUUIKK io :put in
every family in the county.
There vail he no services in J,he
E. (diurch on Sunday, as the District
Conference will be in session in Oxford
I tic Paster ltey- F. L. luii
win do absent in atrenuance on uie
$94,000 County taxes wrung from
the impoverished people of our county
in the last six years. Iu this p mount
is not included the Sheriffs commis
sions, which added to it will swell the
amount to over $100,000- "How
Ion 12;, oh 1 hov lonu?" .
r-oes tlio . ncc;io intend to continu
to occnpv,th'' back, seat in the l?adi-
ca' p rt y Ire has already I en ro
scribed, ca- s the white Kudica"'it wi !
never do to run a nigger he will get
bea e i sevc al lmndml. llo' man
of their whi e u-.eu can jret elected
wit' out the negro v te? '
Ye acknowledge receipt of an invi
tation' from the managers. Messrs, Har
ris, Skinner, Cooper and Lassitor to a
Ric-uic at Henderson, on Wednesday
the 21st. . -
Courection. In our notice of the
Dr's. 3alone, we stated that Br. E.
Malone had been practicing medicine
10'cars. ..'The. Dr. informs us that he
has been practicing aly ears. We were
also in error as to the College from
which Dr. E. Malone received his de-
pioma. c staieu no grauuareu at ine
New York College of Jledicine, should
have bc?n, Rellevue llospitil Medical
Tin: Op::r.A. The Opera given by
the Ladi.is, on Tuesday night tlie 13th
Inst., iu tie oil ego Cuopel, lor the
buetlt of the Ej iscopal C urch, Was a
si ccesa in every parrtcuiur, ine
chai clwas filled with a most r select
, 1 rn'
and appreciative audicuce, and all
asrrec ti-.at the simr'nig and acting wes
splendiJ. The Rostrum was hand
somely decorated with evergreens and
Lowers, and the liadies all h o'ied
ueauiuai. v. o icarn ii.ai riuite a
handsome sum was real-zed
Do you want Judge JJ'atts fastened
ur on you again, for anofher Eight year
term or possibly for life, or what you
may think worse a nero Judge ! If
so, then vote for Bullock, J ud ire Watts
and the office holders candidate-.. If
not then vote for Cel. Green tie frjend
of good government, an d who will do
all that he can tD give us a good Ju
diciary system, administered by learn
ed and pure judges.
If you fail to vote yeu do just half
as much to elect Judge Watts candi
date as if you voted for him. Will
you assist in anyway ? We answer
for you. No!
A Substantial brrnoYEitENT.-
Mecsrs. Ten-ill , Harris & Jones, have
made a great improvement in front cf
their lot, on Main Street, in t ie shape
of a splendid bridge, converting tho
rough and rugged old ditch from the
eye sore, trhich it has -been for a
number of years, into a splendid cross
ing. Tho bridge not only improves
the appearance, but it is a most sub
We attended the speaking of the
Candidates at the above place, cn JFed
nesday week last. Mr. Bunn the Demo
cratic candidate, handled the Nash
bull dog, J. J. Sharpe with gloves off.
Jr. Sharpe could not even get up an
enthusiastic cheer from his colored
friends, tkey, like all the white people
present, feel that they were unwilling
to trust their interest in the hands of
such a Falstaff. Mr. Bunn is very
sanguine of his election, he says that
Old Nash is wide awake, and on the 1st
Thursday in August next will send up
a good report . Mr. Bunn is the right
man, he works day and night, and he
will be on hand at the assembing of the
Convention, in September next.
' . Castalia is a thrifty enterprising little
town about half way between this place
and Xashvillei, Tho people are indus
trious, energetic and hospitable, they
have excellent crops all aiocg the road,
and they seem cheerful and hopeful
for the future. 3Ir. W.. J. Iving, has
a most excellent school in the tpwn.
There are a number of stores and
snop3 tuere, and all seem to be doing
their best to. build up the place. Mr.
J. A. Harrison, who does tho leading
business in the" town, showed us kind
no s while there, for which wc feel
under many obligations.
New Advert iscineiits,
OrOered by tne Board of Couaty
Cr.mnii Ngioners. that the .above reward
cf $500 will he paid to ay person who
will turniah evidence- futiicieot to se
carc ih!? conviction of the party or prrn.
tus jiuilfy. o! changing or altering Coun'
Any one r.ish5n$c .to cnijdny. an tx
prict.ced Miller, to run a Grist & Saw
Mi!!, fur the year 187(5, would do well
to :ppiy to the-undersigned.
L. E. li A UT tl E LI 5 FAY Jr. .
Laurel Fraukiia Co.,
Noiice io Merchants and
v.ari immediately, ana give m tlie
amount of your purchases to the 1st
of July, The law requires that you
should jhavc done so on the 1st day of
J. 15. TUUKEU,
Register of Deeds,
A. WILSON. GEO. S. BAKKP,
Noxthwoli na and the South.
is cmjihatically an age of prog
ress. The world moves apace, but with
us, especially of the South, Masonry
languishes, because lackmg a proper
dissemination of those pure priDCipiea
peculiar to our grand old orer
bretliren of other more lavored sections
have their periodical literature, and aje
r.Moirf and prosperous: we, too, should
flourish aiid hlossom as the rose.
There are iu the South nearly 200,000
Freemasons, and recognizing the imper.
ative need tor a regular and permanent
Organ peculiarly suited to the demands
of this vast number uwho ate linked
together by an indissoluble chain of
siccere affection," wc have determined
to establish in tuc city ot Greensboro,
N. 0., a first class .
weekly Masonic Xewspa-
with tha above name, such as dignity
and advancement of tlie Fraternity will
I'.S LtTERATUUE will be pure, scd ol
the highest oidei; m aking the Journal
a fit compar.:oa tor tlie most cultivated
and refined, aod a welcome visitor to
any household. In tl is cocnection wc
Lave ciigagtd the sirvic:3 of able and
l opular writers whose hearts glow with
a fond desire lor ti c perpetuity of Lc
Afecitnt Lnndmarks cf oar "Mystic
Riie-.M and we will spare neither labor
ncr expense to mike tae paper a uiguly
instructive and'-popular Family and
V.'ith a jourualUtic experience cl sev
eral year?, and a determination to give
all on tinu, talent andtnergj to the pro
noti-mjof tL:s iraportact enterprise, we
bopc ttj receive trom our Masonic bretb
rn that liberal confidence and support
wbicb, hy aa entire devotion to its tnc
ccp, wv iiopeto iiitii.
It wjll be aa tight page, thirtytwo
c.i.umi sr et", rmtea oa gooa wane
paper, piiid furrished weekly at the
price of f 2 pur ear. The first number
will bej -issued ou Wedncsilty, the 15th
of Stptemtxr, and regularly oa Wednes
day ot each week thtr mi ter. I
fii3 A.U mony should ba sent by
Check, Post-office Order or Registered
letter. - 1
WILSON & BAKER,
Greensboro, N. C "
EST Until Sept. 1st address os at
KlN'STON, N. C.
u- H- & ( t 1 1 f
No Quinine, no Arsenic,
, Thb is strong language, as Physi
cians and Chemists have for years
tried to compound a preparation that
would entirely cure Fetes and Auue
without the use of strong medicines
such as Quinine, Arsenic and other
poisons injurious to the system.
There is no case of Fever and Ague,
Intermittent or Bilious Fevers, Con
g3tive Chil's, Night Sweats, Liver
Complaints, c, that this remedy will
not cure st once and permanantly.-
It purines the Blood, Liver, Spleens
and all secreatory organs so effectual
ly that the Chills will not return dur
ing tho eeason, evea when persons
liave had them for years. Sold by
DI!. J. B. CLIFTON. Louisburg,
A nice convenient Cottage resi
dence, on Elm Street, with three com
fortable rooms, and a large j-ard and
garden, can be bought ou very reasr
Apply to the Editor of the Cocrieu
LOOK TO YOUR IN
You can buy the following Ar
tides at the Drug Store at 5 per cent
less than the manufacturers retail
Simmon's Liver Regula
tor, COD 31IV"EE,
And many other standard articles.
Always charged Red fparkliu."
SODxV TICKRT3 S1.00 per Dozen.
CALL at the DRUG STORE.
GREENSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE,
Greensboro, N. C.
The FhII Session will begin on the 18th
Clianjcs per Session of 20 weeks.
Board (exclusive of washing & lights)
1 uition in. regular English course. 23 00
Charges tor extra studies, moderate.
For Catalcgu-8 containing particu
lar, apply to T. M. Jones, President.
N. II. D. WILSON,
President Board of Trustees.
Xo. 1 Fayetteville Street,
RALEIGH, N, C.
BlarJc Book Manufacturer,
Newspaper, Magazines and Law
Books ol every description
bound in the very best
Style and at Lowest Prices,
SCHED TJLE OF THE PETERS
BURO RAILROAD GOMPANY.
E i press Train .....8,30 a. m
JIail Tram 4.15 p. m
Arrive at Peteeseitrg.
Express 1 2.10 a. m.
Mail. 8.0 p. ni.
" Leate Petersbtjeo.
Mail 6.17 a. m.
Eipress - 3.17 p.m.
Arrive at Weldox.
Hail 930 a. m
Express 7.00 p. m
Lc&yc Petersburg 0.00 p. ra.
Leave Wcldoa 8.30 p. m.
Arrive at Wthlc- 5.00 a. in.
Arrive at Petersburg.... 4.00 a. m.
Leave Petersburg. ...... C:23 a. m.
Leave Gi3ton.... 1.15 p. ra.
Arrire at Gaston 12.30 p.m.
Arrive at Petersburg .... 7j00 i. m.
Flights fur Gstou Eranch will be
received at the Petersburg- depot only
cn MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.
The depot will be closed at 4:00 p. m.
No goods will received alter that hour.
J. C. SPRIG O,
Engineer and General Manager.
For Sale !
Barrow & Pleasants
IS T O O K
far the largest in
Low for Casli,
before the ad
vance, which we
are selling at old
A good second
-hand Stove for
Carrow & Pleasants'
LouLsburc?. N. C,
."WT J E D & I! E O. :
Jranklinion, N C,
Are determined to clow o1 lhcir L3E and ASSORITO 3TOCIT a
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ;
at tub lowest pqible names. i
II joa want gooda CHEAP CALL OH -Z1 Any LLcJ of prodiM
taken at beat
W A R D
COMPLETE TIIIRTY UORSE POW
ER Portable Steam Saw Mill, used tix
months, warranted to be as crfcrt as
any new mill. Cost $2,75J cah.
Piice $2,150. Terms easy.
25 HOUSE rOTR-POK-TABLE
IN FIRST CLASS ORDER.
NEW ENGINES .
oi various norse-Ponrcrs,
Gum and Leather Belt-
ing, Steam Pumps,
ClHCULAIi SAAVS. Etc.
Cgy Send for dcBcrip.ive Circular.
We mention a few to whom vri have
sold Ec-cond handed Euginca :
W. S. Mallokv, Franklinton, N. C.
II. J. Crimes, Lexicfton, N. C.
J. A. Bcxtos, & Co., Jackson, N. C
Eabuow & Pleasants, Louisburg,
T. A. Pbick & Co., Statcsville,
V. Btirbwxlt, Uappy Ilonie
PEET & ATKINSON.
Wholesale Dry Goods
Sept. 13 l.y
In as much County Orders bave Lccn
auereci. luereoy prac.icin a irM
a . . f . m
upon the County, the Board of
Lommiseioners inis uav uircct iat i
Clerk to l.sae a i aUic notice
tbiougL Ibe "COURIEB," anl Por-
tersiucach Towcship. rtcueitit? all
ue.l j rior to July 1st 1673, to present
turn to tbc Register c! UeeUsljr lug
P. B. HAWKINS
Cbria'a. Hoard Con.
Cleik. LouikUr?, Zxfly 5la 1S73.
Valuable Land for Sal
TIvic 1Cut ami rcroviUdlb:
' very desirable p.aLtnlioa krajtiij !
cJ by Jlj. I. Hi!!. I cow tSwr it
for bale on rmoraMe !t:tn.
It i titu!tl about four m-.ka St ra
IuibQrjj aad onta'tn. by orr y,
2-10 acres, a l.tllo ovtr liU ot wL;c!i"i
nw open and rta ly f r cultivati-n.
Tn rtmainiicr is cohered by aiLick
gronth. of joun cjkl asd tckors
wjUi a f.w pices. Tccre is a p ud
dwelling Lcuee and a oombtr cfuut
boaees, an excellent gin Loose aad
screir, all in very lit repair. 1 ue
land produces will, and taken a!: u
getber il is a most dtfirabie icr-t-
aent lor an enterprising larmer.
For farther Iniormation apply tu
E. W. FOLLEB.
Louisburg, N. C
& B R, 0.
Farnkllnloii, N. C.
PIANOS! PIANOS ! !
August Doeit Manufacturer cf Pisco
Fortes, bec to announce, thst ht la
supplied with new. and tecood band
Pi.iar, which te offers at Jow prictai
applications by letter will nctrm
prompt attention. I AM PREPARED,
assisted by competent workoea to
undertkko thd most (zteasira Ttj&n
of every dcsciiptiou.
Reference made la the musiea! pro
fcssion in gcncisl, snd to my large uaai
bcr of patron.
July.l712m. Raleigh, N. O
TO THE PHYSICIANS OP FRANK.
LIN AND WAKE 'COUNTIES.
Having been appointed Agrmt for
tho "Kentucky ilutual Beneilt Aaso
cLition of Physicians," for Franktla
and Wako Counties. Re?Deetfallr
Informs the Plijslclansof said eoutrUe
that they can procure Certlfieates f
Life Membership by applying" to me
J, B. CUFTON, M. D.
Louisburg, N. C.
k Improved Cucusa
'.ho tuarket, by popular rer
i tlict, th best pump lor tha
i T- 'r 'i lfast money. Attention is Id
T : vited to Biatchley'a Improred
i ' V' . i Bracket, the Drop Check
Valve, which can bo withdrawn 'wit.
ut d iturbin the joints, ud thacop
p r c lumber which never cracks, scales
or rests and will last a lila time.
F.r sale by Dt-alcrs and the trads gca
craliy. In order to be sura that yo
j;e: lilatchky's Pnmp, be caret al asd
ecc that it has my trade-mark as spore.
If you . j not know where to buy, da
fcriptivc circulars, -together with tha
name and address ol the agent nearest
Tou, will le promptly lurnubed bj ad
tlrcisiD with stamp. j
Charles E. Blatchley,
50C dmmcrce 8U, Philadelphia, Pa.
SEABOARD k BOANOK
Ornca EmiBoitD St LoajioxsU It Cu
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE, i
On anl aftr 7rlJy, January 1st 1X71
Tiai nm will ya Wi klua dulj (Saadaj x,
ctd) a fUljwt; j
HxA trail, diilj a- ..... k.
No. 1. rrght trU CaUj at 4 a. v.
No. 3 Freight train at 8 a. h.
MkU train duly at 71Ir.M
No. 1. Frcisht trtla 1aij u 13 09oem.
No. 2. Fr iLt Train at 4 CO r. X.
r reiqU tiAit have a vaMenr tr Car at
t-Uaior fc" IMLtoo, rijmoatb A Lad.
for on KU?kvter, and Cberaa Chren
j.e rra&kliii at 7 40 a. y rn Ifwn in
WcJu:Ui and lYldij. ; '
s ecru a
P npt. cf Trwrortaf km
Raleigh & Gaslon R. Rf
Sl'I'KZUKTCXUET' OfFICkI I
Ralcilj, X. C.f Juoc 11th, 12.
On anl atter JlonOaj Juoa ? 17tfc
I872,tra!fnon the Ralclrh A Gaataa
I KaIlroaI, H1 run daily (Sunday x
I A n . .1 - . t
i wicu; at iuuuri;
I Leaves Rali bh
Arrive at WtWon 3.20 p.
I Leave s W-J 9.15 a.
Arrives -i Kalclh 3.05 p. w,
Ieavta Ilallc-h 8X0 p. a.
Arrives at AVelJoa C.30 a. m.
WtMo'ii 9.15 a. m
Arrive at lUUih 8.CX) p. m
Ms.il train aakes clotc connection at
Wc'..Ion viitb the sesUraM li Roanoke
Railroal asd li4y Line SUamcra via.
lialiirare. to aal from all points
crtb, Vet aad KrUjvcst and vita
And alIU!:?-li iib tbo North Car
olita lUIJr. ad tu ard Irum all poiata.
Su-L Md Sjuthireit. and wito thm
IiiTcib & Acquit a Air Lice to Ilaj
ioxl i&.I FitttevUlc
Accrjco-atija and Freight traUa
ty-nr.-ci nt avMn.i with Aecoeacvoda
t: rt tad PniUt trains oa bVaboard &
Rvsokc lUilxvad anu IcUxabv
And tt Hiki-h i with Acooaaioda.
iii aid ficljjt.i tral&s oa Korth Caxo
I'ertocs living alooj the hoo cf iha
I Chi) can tiait lialeigh la tho nornina
I r Jlrrn Pifv!af !ti train . .1
j m aa4Af fQ I CZUU jft
i n is aa ty
t, i- ua :
i i fi -y
the Peuraburs Radioad via Peteriarf
Rirboon 1 ac 1 Vaiiiietoo City, l
ind friia all pc:cts North and liortb-