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Most oi Uf; jmutfpr tones are m re
supportable tjiin the comm'n, ef our
' rUndsbpon them; ;:r;';v'
' ! milk it" kilWI'cof aod:,Vr
atjout eigot Jectanu yea, VS$o!y u
darned old- tkinfl'-nr.'J j-
r - ft .
''hj W pi&nrfs tVe4Ti6ble8 of raant
Jidt jjred 'artici Its ? .pecaij y keyiie
gjnd, upright and square. . .',: ',
',Tbat wr ter does the rnott icq gives
fall rean'ei"ilt4j Vrhost knowledge aud
takes from hint vhV"'leat time' "',
x- '' - - . ... ..
(,A word pi kindness u seldom spoken
.jrvaip. t.It is a seed .which, eren when
dropped -d j chance, springs op a sweet
flower. , -
rAvjnan, writing poetically of the
watB4r skjfi - 'TUe baj:kionot the
summer U fcr.-keaJmt, , the tail :wags
'JMaget do yruun your , haha ' nd
dr.a' mi mie pfease What I on
JaVrtntihll ItIo t hat idvpet Cause
iki o draw jU. e!)lwnt'. , ,'i -
Papa, are you growing Jal'er all tl e
iratP? No iiiy H-l il'l; why do you
k$7 ii4!CU3 ; thy top of your head
is pokloup'throimh your hair."
VAro'yo'i guilty or not guilty ?'
keda J ddgeof o prisoner the other
day. '"in sum no,," said Pal, "what
are, jot Cthrejorbut to firid that
A woman U Wry; much like a kettle,
9 f at. ' i
Jt you or.me to ti.inic oi if. bhe bir,;a:
away is piafant y then she stops
IncJ,'wVn J9U leji expect lf, she boils
.nI .don't sayihat the egj'S you , sold
mo the other day were bad," eaid a
man1 the other day to his grocer, 'rbut
I ttyok the'lien that laid them mus
have' been pi etty sick."
Q HU pot .upon the trigger,: p
The muzzle ia his eir,
A movement ot the litih: toe,
And his head did disappear.
jQone where Uifi.gr asshoppet liQgereth
ik, A conscientious farmer in LewistOL
lle.,v wiped the mud from his cart
wheels before permitting hia load o
hay to go on theujcales to be Avtighed
.But snsh men are never sent to th
I tay sambo, where did yon git d
shirt .studs V ! 'In de shop, to
.fureV.Yah, yen jaat told me you
, .hadn't. no , moneys' ; 44Dat' right."
Ilovr did you git 'em dri ?" "Well
..J saw, on card in de window, 'collar
.dasoI ent in and coUartd 'cm.','
. t ' t :.''.':v . . .' . ? '
jiA .Frenchuiaa about to remove , his
hpp.chia landlord inquired the reason,
tatiogst.tha same .time that it was
'considered a vtry good slaqd lor busi
'neira.'1 The" Frenchman replied, "Oh ?
..yes, he's a very good stand ior de busi
ness., Ne stand all day; for nobody
teotne ft make me move. t
- l 'M . t ' m : . .
If you haven't business, advertise; if
tyW have biisirejs, advertise. Peoyltf
:go,tp places. that art advertised, and
theygo by.those that are not.. A
pUce that advertises . is known to the
"wdrld;1 thai which does' not is oolv
known to a few that may phs .it, and
pretty much everybody does the latter
ni.'T 'C: :.nr r i ..
. c'a All Uw world ia iul II of babes,
"J ' Bobbing; lighing, everywhere
Lookiogtoat with eyes of terror,
,Btipg.t thVeuipty air.
Dp they fee the strife before them,
w- Thai they s ib and tromble so ?
tKOitlfAe b'lples, frightened bables
.Sttllthey come, and itiil they go."
A white minister at a colored wed
ding eaid, 4,Oa siirch occasion as thu
. it is customary to- kiss the bride, bui
,lp ibis ease we will omit if.". To this
.on4erical remark the indignant bride
groom very pertinently repied: 'On
such occasions it is customary i to give,
, the minister ten dollar., but in thla
Case'We will omit it "
A promising jouog shaver of five or
six years was reading his Itsson at
aeUootpae day n that deliberate : mac-
neroi which urchins of that age are
somewhat remarkable. , As he proceed
.J d itlsjtho tasl he came upon the
peasageJKeep hy tongue from evil
and thy Hps from guile.' Muter
Hopeful drawled out, -Keep thy
Jonge--irom evil and- thylips
.rom girjs." 'v. . - .. ,,
.j . ;. . . . . ; - - . -ii
Cb tnosjua A miios. A . sermon
by a preacher habitually learned, meta
physical, obscure, and lng,, being un
f(er dfscaasi6n by a party of lawyers,
pnebt them' pronounced it a goodly
sermon.'' . 'i -t
"VVhy !M askel another;
V UBecsse like the peace or God, it
. fpasaeth all understanding.1 tV 'v. :.
.liJlatheV, I should say," added a
third; ' because, like Hi merpy,
endurefh forever l" - .
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8 K A B O A In) f&O A N O K
V? R A.ILROAD CO MPANY. y
Fort-mouth, Jsn 1U 18.8 i
.s ' J ' f
t5JASlE OF SCHEDULE.
. On an 4 after Frldy. Jar. uarr 1st 1875
Train will leaTe "Weldja daily Sunday ex,
cc-p d) t.a folio?; . -
3W1 traft. dasJy W. ....V...... ..4 f. m.
Nvl. 'Treighf ttaiu daily at A. a. sr.
. 5r2 iTreigt irairrat t 8 . a. m.
AP.EIVE AT PORTSMOUTH.
3Uil train daily at..;.......... 7J5 p m
No. In Freicbt trsia daily at 1 2 00 noen.
So. 2. Fr. isht Train at ' 4lD p. m
Freight tiaics hkve a paasengera Cur at
taclicd, teaini lt-Xdertbnrivmauth & t and
irg "-n RUckwater, and ' Cirowan " Rivers
leAe Frar.k'ii'i at 7 40 a m. ui .Monddn,
4yeflneda s and Fridays' 1 : ' - f ; $ t , "
Raleigh & Gaston R. R.
Raleigh, ti.C.t June 11th, 72
i On and alter 31ondny June- 17tli,
1K72, trains on tlie linleih 6c Gaston
liailroud, will run daily (Sunday ex
cepted) as follows:
. Mail Jnis. "
Loaves Kalcighf. . . . 10.00 a. in.
Arrives at Woldon 3.30 p. ni.
Leaves Weldon .... 9.15' a. hi.
Arrives at lialeigh 3.05 p. m.
h Accommodation I kain.
8.00 p. to.
Arrives at Wcldon. . ..... 6.20 a. in.
4,eave veiuon ...... 9.15 a. m
Arrive at lialeijh .... . . 8.00 p. m
Mail train ruaRts close countetiun at
.Wcldon with the scaUurd & Roanoke
Railioad and Buy Line Steamers via.
Baltimore, to aud ; from all point?,
North: West and North
mu T- I Kit
"the Petersburg Railioad via Petersburg.
"Richmond ' and Washington City, to
ami irom an points Kortli and North
west. . - .
: And at Raleigh with the North Car
olina Railroad to and from all .-points,
Sou'h and Soutbwest, and with the
Raleigh & Augusta Air Line tolt-Hav
wood an.t FayettevillCrf V. ! : "
: Accommors ation 'artdFreight "trains
connect at weldoa "with .Acouimo ta
lion and Frtilit trains on ,-i.-ai)o,ird &
Hoanoke Uailroad and Pettrslurg
Railroad.;.' i ;
Aud at Raleigh with Accommoda
tion andfreigbi trains ou North Cro-
Ptrsous living along the line of the
roid can visitllaleigh in tbe morning
ly Accommodation traiu, and remain
seve.al hours, and return tbe same eve
J. C. WINDER,
SCHEDULE OP THE PETERS
LURG RAILROAD COMPANY.
PASSENGER TRAINS. t i
V ' ; "i i ' KATE WELfeOS.'t'H J
Express Train . 8,30 a. m.
Mail Train........ 4.15 p. m
All R I YE AT PETEESBUBG.
E i p ress ......... . . g.10 a. m
V V ' P m
1 1 ' LEAYif 'PeteksbVug. " " " 4 '
Mail ...... 'op a. m.
. Expressji. ;..;...3.17 p.m.
Arrive at Weudox.
f r !f 1 -? i'T
i 41 ail . , . .i. , . 30 al m
Express...... ; 1.00 p. m
Lcaye Petersburg.... ;.'. g oo p. m.
Leave Weldoa . . . . : : . .. .Vs.O p. m.
: Arrive at Wtldon .... 5,09 a. m.
Arrive at Petersburg.... 4.00 a. m,
i " Gaston Train.
i Xeave Petersburg. . . .... Q:23 a, m.
( Leave Gaston..... 1.15 p. m.
Arrive at Gaton 12 3Q p. m.
Arrive at PeUrbarg .... 7.00 p. m
"itiohts for Gaston Rraccli will be
received at tl.ePettr&burg df pot only
on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.
Tbe depot will be closed at 4:00 p.m.
No goods will received niter that hour.
r.; , Engineer, and Gcntral Manager.
, I hereby give nodce that all persons
are forbidden to trespass on my land
adjoifiing the lands of Dr. B. B. Perry
and others in Fracklin County, either
by day or by n?ght, or with axe or
gun, uader the penality of the law.
" JOHN ELLIS.
GREENSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE
" , Greensboro, N.. C.
The Fall Session will begin on the 18th
ot August. r
Charges per Session of 20 Keeks.
Boartl (. xdusive of washiEff & HhtsV
$75 00. ' l&)
Tuition tn regular English cour!. 25 00
Charges lor extra studies, moderate.
For Cataloguts containing pariicu
lars?Hpp'y to T. M, Jokes, President.
N. H. D. WILSON,
President Board of Trustees.
L Wr 61 99 arm
Having bought, the interest of Mr.
II, J. Place in tbe Carriage Factory
uf l'laee & Couway, I respectfully ask
the patronage of the people of Frank
lin. I Guarantee satisfaction in. ail
. Vt'. it. cox way.
Louisburg, N. C.
tor two superb tvorks of French Art,
''.Little Runaway and her Pets," and
the pretty , pair, " i he Dinner, and
the Nap.'' 'I hese pictures are worthy
of a place in costly, homes and inex
pensive enough for the simplest, Sel
ling rapidly, and take on sight. We
guarantee ready sales, good profits,
and q kk returns Any active person
who will take hold can make a ha el
some income, tend for our best
terms at once.
J. D. FORD & CO.,
27 Park Place, N. Y,
VALUABLE AND INTER
The life of Genl Robert E. Lee, by
Jno Esten Cooke, with Illustratious,
Portraits and Maps.
The name of Lee is beloved and re
spected through the world ami partic
ular in the South, as a f oldier he "Was
great but as a man he was grcatei.
No Southern man should bo withou
the History of Genl R. E. Lee. The
work i. old only by subsciption.
Price in cloth, $5.00
- Leather, . $6.00
Half Morocco, $7.00
J.N, IIAURI3 Agt. forFranklin.
FARM VILLE INSUli
ANCE & BANKING
StO.000.00 United States
Bonds Deposited with
the Treasurer of the
State, for the
of the Policy Holders.
The Faimville has ever been noted
for its pnsptne98 and equity in p iy
nuen oi Iospj-s, and ifs geneml libcrali
ty to the insured. Irs iKcreasinr buN
ness end pt-pnlaritr, plvc- it in th
front rank of the Insurance Comprint s
of the Country.
All f lakes at' risk, such us, Str-am,
Water and Horse jtpwti Co-tou O n-,
St re Houses, Stocks of Good, Resi
dences &, taken at cqui'ab'e rates. :
GEO. S. BAKER, AGENT for
Fru klin County.
Loui-burg, N, C. Sept. 3-3 m.
TRY YOUR LUCK.
j We want everybody in the United
Stales to see our large, eight-jjagr, !it
erary und family paper, w1hb tonAC
Mii'. aud in order tbat all may judg
oi its merits for tlemselves, we will
send it, on trial, six months for only
50 cts, and to every subscriber, we wib
send by mail, postage prepaid, one of
our Mammoth Premium Packets cAn
tainin4 10 good. Envelope?, 10 sheets
extra note paper 1 good p-nhoMer, J
good lead Rcucil, 2 stee! Pens, t Mem
orandum Buok, 1 Card Photograpii ol
all the Presidents of all the President
of the United States, and a nice Pnt
mium F JEWKLiiYf worth Irom $5 cts.
to $ 1. Don't let this pass you try t ne
package. Everybody is sore ta not
more goods than they ever boo$ht b;
fore tor the price, and tbe luckiest get
from five to ten times th? vaiue oi their
niomy. The paper alone is more thnn
wprth 50 cent, and, we give you thid
magnificent prize exrra. llememWer
the paper and the Packet lor only 50
Address W.M. BURROW,
- PO. Box 58. BiistolTtnn.
LOOK TO YOUR IN
TEREST! You can bny the iollowing Ar
ticles at the Drug giore at 3 per cent
less than the manufacturers retail
Simmon's Liver Reula
tor, COD LIVER
Aud many other standard articles.
All persons in arrears
at the DRUG STORE will
please come forward and
setfle, and not wait for
RALEIGH. N. C.
O. W. BLACKNELL, Propritor.
I will sell oo
the new cottage
residence oo Elm
Street, known as
tlie Jesse Fnf-gnrsotflot9-and
by Mr. V. B.
Malmie. T h e
house lias three
good size Tooias
with' "'wide pas
sage, and ifporeh
in front and rear.
The lot contains
8-4 of an .' acre,
tfr the very : choi
cest frsiit trees in
fee aTii'den. . v
not - made pri
vately before the
I8!h of Ilee.5 I
shall then sell it
at public auction.
Now "is the thne
to" get -a T'nice
idence f o r a
small amount of
money. Call on
me at the COU
THE SESSION COMMENCES
Sept., 2nd 1875.
Pull Faculty; elegant buildings
firat clast accommodatiosB. SeTeuty
fi7e to niuty dollars will pay ail ex
penses for fire months' We oflfcr the
erj bfct at low rats.
Aid given to young men of limited
P. O. Trinity College, N. C."
t B. CRAVEN,
W. H. Morris 4 Sonst
COTTON FACTORS ASD
23, 25 and 27 Commerce St.
Norfolk, Va. f
Will make Rberal Currency advan
cesoa produce or bill lading in hand.
Sir. A, M. Xobie, of N. i i3 co-
nected with our house, and will be
pleased to receire the patronago of
That Desirallg Reji lence, at present
tccupicd by Rey. M. U. Vaughan, sit
uated on Elm Street, and froaiiug the
head pt College Street, is offered for
sale. ' The lot contains about two acres
of land, on which is. located the dwell
ing ot ix rooms; with kitchen and oilj
tr utceaary outhouss, with a well of
good waier, all within pleasant walking
aictaoceof the business part of the
iowd. Pbicb Modebatk. Turms
Liberal. For f nrtLtr inloi mation. ap
.Novl2-t&73. T3QVAS WHITE.
My Harness Shop over T. K. Carlile'b
Store is now complete, with an assort
meat if Ready-made HamtS', Ma
rhine and hard made. "I wiU warrant
all IIarties3 made hy hand a reasonable
length of time. I also keep oo hand
a lull supply of r
POLE S TRAPS,
l HIVING 7th It 8.
AVAGaI A bUUGY
BiTfg, &(J. &V.&-3
Call and ixamine my stock when you
cume to towr. Very RepJiv,
V. B. CLIFJ ON.
P. R, UZZLE. A. H. BAKER.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL GROCERS
No. 45, Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. O
We solicit consignments ot country
produce and cotton. Orders promptly
t Zi?r,F4 & RAKER.
oct22 3m. RAhKiuti, N. C;
Louisburg, PL C.
The present propri tor has leased
the K:ijlc i'ot-:d, (Jbrmerly occupied
l;y . Tallies Ie; t) to :i number ef years.
J'e is prepared to .-ievtuninodatu
regular and trausit'tst boarders, lias
idee rooms, we 1 furnished and lined
up in the best style. 1'e h:isalolar;c
und convenient rooms for .""ales e i to
display their samples. I h pibh- is
daily supplied '.vith the best tho'unr
Ivet atlords. tie wiil S'tiri; no pains
in iuaM'nK his boarders comfortable,
and hopes he will receive a liberal
patronage from the public.
Ja .. 8ih 1875. '
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
Trie LARotsr and Handomkst Litkr
aut i'APiiR in America.
BRILLI VN T ANNOUNCEMENTS.
ZST Specimens Free, gj
The following new stories will soon
be commenced, and will be the most
intensely thril;ingf ol any romances yet
published in an American journal.
. North and South.
A thrilling National Romance, based
upon the administrations of Piesi
ideots Lincoln and Johnson,
. and the Execution r,f Mrs.
Surratt in 1865.
Written bt a distinguished States
man. WRITTEN LN BLOOD;
The Midnight Pledge.
A story pf the last Napoleon's Reign.
Bt M. Quad, of the Michigan Press.
FIGHTING AGAINST FATE ;
Alone in the World.
A Brilliant Society Serial, now running,
by Mra. Mart E. Bstan. w ho is the
finest Story-writer ol the age.
The Temttations ovjl Factort Girl
Bt a Popular Notelht.
CoKif etjerate Government.
By Col. H. IL Capers, Chiet Clerk of
Treasury Department oader Mr.
This will be a deeply interring
serits of sketches giving the early trials
disadvantages and raaoy amusing iDci
dnts ot our people in their effort to
establish an independent Govsrnment.
' : o : :
p" A number of untuaally Bbil
liant Short Stories appear in each
Issue, with a great variety ot Sparkling
misctllaneous matter on all subjtets.
Subscription, $3.00 a Year.
Clubs of 4 and Upwards, $2,50 bach.
u " 2 25 "
SST Extra Copy FHEE, one year, lor '
a club ol 5, at $3.00. Address
J. U. SEALS,
1 , .
NGliFOLK. VA- -
Feepectfully solicit couignnients of Cotton Shippers who consign ioujl
will be afforded every facility. ' .
HT BAGGING and 'TEs furnished. . .
fimttw " 1 H
HALL'S SELF-FEEDING COTTON GIN.
Tt,e following jjre some ol the reisons why n ALL'S GINS are superior to
1 11 others : "'
Is. It in most economical; it requires the attendance ol no experienced gift,
. er, and dbpencts with the laHr of one haud.
2d. it will pick more Cotton in a given length of !: than any other
(iin in use.
3d. It never BREAKS THE ROLL, thereby 1 sing no time, and making a
more even and better lampl-.
4th. I. will run longer without whetting cr sharpening; the Self-Feeder
will r.ot c-my to tic Savs any hWi sulot -.i vt t'.nt will ir.jure ttum, -uch as
h tks n,i!s-, rtick?. hard unmnturtd bnl p, &e., wl kh also rtuder tUe dmiur
I nm FIRE micl less.
5t!. I: pitk the seed cleantr thtn any other Gin in ue, thereby making a
hre yiel . :
We Itave in our possession the re-uH ! a trst in which one pound of Lint
(ottan w8 p:o.lncd from two pu: .ls, K veu and out-half out'Ces of Serd
i' t on, 1 h te Gmd Hiei perlect and cmp!eie iu every parttcula , aot aro
o ade to run at high peed, They can be tound iu alinoai any Beoii iu iu Nirth
Curuliua where L'otton is grown.
Price, $5 per Saw.
E. C. SALUdBURY.
CVB. R I 1 I 1 I 9 ft" i t
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS I i ;
FUR NIT II i,
Also. Carpels Oil Clolhs, Window Shades and
IdP" Call and examine oui stock before purchasing elewherQ
NO, 207 s.nd 20DM VIN 8TKEET,
. Korfoik, a.
W A BTJ & 13 R 0
Franklinion, N C,
Are determined to close out Ibeir LARGE and ASSORTED STOCK o
Aj tlie Lowest possible figures."
If you want goods CHEAP CALL ON THEM, Any kin of pretluca
taken at best prioet
I 11.1.4 BR 0
Co mmission Merchants
; No. 53 FayetteTillc Street,
RALEIGII, N. C.
Opposite Metropolitan Hall.
Send for Circular.
"JIV.MANS & PAXCY,
for Xovlh Caroliiiii and Virginia.
r.ur tu t.nx-;wBSTmwT
IT U R Iv
J. c. i;uv; ,
TO THE PHYSICIANS OF FRANK
LIN AND WAKE COUNTIES.
Having been appointed Agnt for
the "Kentucky utual Benefit A fso
clailon of I hysiciang," for Franklin
and Wake counties, Respectfully
Informs the Physicians of said counties
that they can procure ertiflcatea of
LUe Membership by applying to me.
. J.B. CUFTON, M.D
Louisburg. N. C.
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