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Til a:klin coukieu.
9 7 I
hatx:3 or ADvrnTmua.
Ai!rcrtimcntA will l incrtd at
1'UIJLIRIIED EVERY FllIDAY IN
r Louiburg, N. C. -
Geo, l Baker, Editor & Proprietor.
Hates of Subscription In Advance.
For one year,
Fur hx months,
For tl.rco : "
MRTrtODiST CnunCir. Rev. P. L.
Keid, l'iiftor. fr-or vice every Sabbath
at 11 A. M. and 7 . I. M.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
at 7 I'. M.
Communion service the Second
.Sunday in each month at 11 A. M.
Steward's meeting Monday night
:ifler the', second babbath in each
Sabbath School every Sabbath at
3 oVo-k P. M.
Sr. Pauls Ei-iscorAL Church.
IU-v. K. Dolloway, Kctor.
- Services on the lirr-t ami third Sun-
il:iv in t-.u-.h month, inorninir and
Holy Communion monthly on first
Mimhy school every Sunday morn
ini; at. 'J o'clock. .
GEO. S. BAKER, Editor and Prdprietor.
TERMS: $2.00 per Annum.
LOUiSBUKG, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST J8, 1876.
tlit Fallowing rate per frnsre
One Sjuare ono tunc
44 tiro u
4 a tlroe "
. ' Funr "
14 three month
Fourth olatnn one vcar
Gov. IIciMii'iVrlcf-i Lottos
DAVIS & COOKE.
ATTTSani COUNSELLORS alLAfl
I;riS.UIiO I RANKLIN CO. KC,
Will attend the Courts of Na?b, Frank -lip,
(iianvillr, Wartcu,'ind YVaku'Coun
t: s, uo t! Supremo Court cl North
V.arol-.im und-the U. t$. Circuit and d'is
nt C.'intp. N'.i. 7 tf
w. h. spencer:.'
.A. T 3- A. W,
Oil Xitsii Street, over Hawkins'
LOUiSBURS N. C.
tralized (almost personal) imperial
ism which has been practised must
be done away, or the first princi
ples of the republic will be lost.-
Our financial system of' expe
dients must be reformed. Gold and
silver are the real standard of
values, and our national currency
will not be a perfect medium of ex
change until it.shall be convertible
at the pleasure of the holders. As
I have heretofore said, bo one de
sires a ret urn to specie payments
more earnestly than I do; but I do
noi believe that it will or can be
readied in harmony with the inter
ests of the people by artificial
measures for the. contraction of the
currency, any more than I believe
that wealth or permanent prosperi
ty can be drcatcd by an inflation of
the currency. The laws of finance
A 1 1 "I t . a
cannot ue uisrcscarucu with im
punity.. The financial policy of the
Government, if, indeed, it deserves
the name of policy at all, has bcCn
in disregard of those laws, and
therefore has disturbed commercial
and business confidence, as well as
hindered a return to specie pay
ments. One-feature 'of that policy
was the resumption clause of the
Act of 1875, which.has embarrass
ed the country by the anticipation
of a corrpulsory resumption for
which no preparation has been
made; ana' without any assurance
tiiat it would be practicable. The
i:. V. I1UU.OCK JR. T. T. MITCHELL.
Bullock & Mitchell,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
P It A N K L I N1 ON, N. C.
Indiana poli s, J uly 24,1870.
Gkstlkmen: I have the honor
to acknowledge the receipt TH' your
communication, in. which you have
foiinally notified me of my nomina
tion "I )V the National Democratic
Convention af. St. Louis, as their
candidate fur the office "of Vice-
President ot the United States. It
is a nomination which I had neither
expected nor desired: and yet I
recognize and appreciate the high
honor done. me by the Convention.
The choice of such a body, pro
nounced with such unusual unanimi
ty, and accompanied with so gener
ous an expression of esteem and con
fidence ought to outweigh all mere
ly personal desires and preferences
of my own. It is with feeling, and
1 trust also from a deep sense of
public duty, that I now accept the
rionjifii'tion, ard 'Shall abide the
jnilpruMit of my countrymen.
It would have been impossible for;
mo to accept the nomination if I
could not heartily eudorsc the
platform pf the Convention. I am
gratified, therefore, to be able un
equivocally to declare that I agree
in the principles, approve the poli
cies, and sympathize with the pur
poses enunciated in the platform
; The. institutions ol our country
have.been sorely tried by .the exi
gencies of civil war, and, since the repeal of that clause is necessary
peace, by a-' selfish and corrupt that the natural operation of finan
management of public afiaiis, which cial laws may be restored, that the
has shamed us before civilized, man-, -business of the country may. he rc
kin;l. By unwise and partial legis- licved from its disturbing and de
lation every industry' and interest pressing influence, and that arc
of the 'people have been made to turn to specie payments', may be
i - m
in so far as they leave citizens of for- rur!tJ anJ prosperity in all depart-
cign birth in any particular less secure menU of our government. I am, Ren
in any country on earth than they tlamen your olKJUtent servant.
would be if they had beer, bom on our
own soil; and the iniquitous eoolio
system which,' through the agency of
wealthy companies, imports Chinese
bondsmen, and establishes a species of
slavery, and interferes with the just
rewards of labor on our Pacific coast,
should be utterly abolished.
In the reform of cur civil service, I
most heartily endorse the section of
the platform which declares that the
civil service ought not to be ".subject
to change at every election," and that
it ought nut to be made "the brief re
ward of party zca'," hut ought to bo
awarded for proved competency and
held for fidelity in the public employ."
I hope never again to sec the cruel and
remorseless proscription for political
opinions which lias disgraced the ad
ministration of the last eight years.'
Bad as the civil service now is, as all
know, it has seme men of tried integ
rity aud proved ability. Such men,
and such men only, should be retained
in office; but no man should be " re
tained on any considcrataion who hos
prostituted Ins office to the purposes of
partisan utinvdation or compulsion-, or
who has furnished money to corrupt
the elections. This is done and has
been done in hlmcf-t ccry comity of
the land. It is a blight upon the mor
als' of the country, and ought to be re
formed. OUR SCHOOLS.
Of sectional contention?, and in re
spect to our common rcI ooI-,- I have
TItOMAS A. IIEXDUICKS.
To the Hon. Jonn A. McClcrnand,
Chairman, and others of the Com
mittee of the National Denocralic
TI1E MEX WHO GO FOR HAYES.
From the East Saginaw Courier.
Bce8 Grant goes lor IIjcf.
Babcock the bribe taker goes . for
Boss Shepherd goes for Haycp.
Belkuap, the bribe taker, now under
going trial, goes for Hajep.
Lantlulet Williams goes tor Haycf.
, Credit Mobilier Colfax goes for
McKce, Avery, MrQ aire, Joyce and
all the other whiskey thieve ,in state
prisons and penitentiaries, -are for
' Robert C. Schcnck, the , professor of
draw poker and !i?p raced Minister to
England, coe9 lor Hayes,
Columbus Dctaso goes for II a jcf.
All the corruptiof.ist in Fedtralof
fir it.8 and all tbe dtTmudera of the Fed
eral revenue go. for IIycs.
BILLY SiliTH'S BLOOD HOUNDS.
Everybody htr heard of Billy
SnailD' blood hoandr, those with
which be wag to hunt deserter; tut
few know of their history. We bare
at last found tie mar irom wtom tLey
were purchated His name is Berke
ley Cone A gentleman lrctn whom
we rather this information aaw him at
FcrreU's on Wcrtneaday and had a
loni; talk with hinv. He tays that
Billy Smith, during the war wanted to
buy bit blood-hound. He refueed
to sell. Smith then told him tnat if
he did not let him hare tbe doga he
would hare him conscripted intn the
Ccn.cderate armv. Berkclev Cone
100 C O
D. II. Gill AdnVr. ; of K Sarncoas
Isato FallerpA T Pcrdoe vi Aceia
K. his wife, 'Jo. It. FalJen Ktlttbiel
Fuller. S JT elltrk J. C eidaDd
Ilegina his wife, S, I), lerdot and
Martha aia wlfr, Herby rullcr. Bak,
Fuller, Alice Fuller, Jesse Fuller, La
roy 11. Fuller, Eccttj J. Fuller aad U
widow an J child ot W. P. Feller, de
ct-asca names not known.
thereupon came (o Baleen toiee Oor. ATr np vnTtTfT n 1T
Vnce who atter bearing the complaint I A1Ux rATI w OKTU CAT
assured mm tnat uis i-Xempiion accvf d
lag to law should bo. respected.
Billy ' Smith then .unt tor llcn'to
come to Johnston county to amilitfa
muster. He- went. -Smith : made. a
fpiech to the crowd, and told them
that with Cone'i dogs ; Le would only
Deed half the present number of met;
and :nat wone would let then have
the dog?, and his horn it they would
pot up f 2.000 to pay for uca ' of the
dogs as might be killed and he sworn
that jl any damned dccxtcxM Jkillcd
one ol thoee dogs, be would bang him
if he caught him. '
The money was made up at once
Cone 8nja Billy Smith, kepUbe-doc
a month; then he (C) pot tbcfti back,
and paid fcmitb tbe 82.000 which had
been raised at the muster, ground. The
i . . . - , . LlXA .
I . . . - ; j . .
. To tbe Sheriff of Franklin Cntj
GUEETINO; r .
i .Yen tre. bertby CommanCi, 7 1
iommcn Iaac FulUr, Sclathiel 1
h 1 Ft.!Ier, Sclatbil Fuller, 8 I
br, , Jesc Fuller, Leroy JJ 2
Xviiily'J FulleV, aad the widow,
thild of T Fuller defeated, aaaea .
known,-Ther Irtt cdtnt abor naav
if they hi foernl within jovri Oouf
to sppt ar at the ofHce ot the CtaxI
tbo bapcrior Court for tbe Cotxatr .
Fianklto in B-iuiburM C on tbe 23 u.
r t August 187C, -and aniwer.tha coca
i'Ml "bW wjjl pi
i csitt a m iiie i.iiicc ol tue Ulerk ol tbe
uinor CvUttrtld County, wiul-
ln liV Iri lll thfl !1b nt this anr
miiitia tays this moniy KTcrtc- Lon, and la i them lake xr? tbf.
funded to them, -Raleigh Xews. Uct t.d to answer tU ssid t
The apoitlo made courageous nn
swer totheSanhcdrin, but it was cour
age b ra of a fatth that truf td God In
The Goldsboro Me?singkr, of July
57, tells this pliable hhameiul story
which for humanity's sake, we wish
we could disbtlievi: 44An incident
happened here Wednesday just after
Gov. Drogden had received the comi- I stotmas well as ia sunshine. The
nation for congress. The governor met frightened child of a sea captain once I C!,llc f?PJ"f Co?9' "f.V3 C
WcstBrogdep, a poor, idiotic brother rushed out of the cabin in the. chr' t.
of hi?, clad in rages and barefooted, and cried out,' Where is father! where I (jJ-J VEN ' Al.
Mr. Jesse Grant called the governors is iatucti" i uen luey tcia Jier, "Fa
o the Court for the ich;
In the complaint. ! 1
, Iltrtof faal cot and oft'.....
Given under my hand asdics! -said
Court, tbli 10tn day tf July Y
only this to say. That ;i. my judrement I attention to the dilapidated dress ot I ther is on deck guidin tbe vessel and
'incuts of the government .difdio.ies-y, wiser and more prudent legislation,
rapacity and venality have de which shall mainly rely on a judi
cious system of public economics
and oflicial retrenchments, and a-
Will praetire in the courts of the 6th
Prompt atteution given to the collec
lion of claims. ,. . No 50 tf
MEADE, ORE & CO.
Importers and Sealers in
the ' man er party that would involve
our schools in political or sectarian
stiller; and in the executive depart- facilitated by the substitution of controversy is an enen.y to the schools.
; The common chools are safer under
the piotecting care of all the people
than under the control of any party
or sect. Tlic Uiust be neither secta
rian nor jartism, and there must be
neither division nor misappropriation
cf the funds for their support. Like
wise I regard the man who would a
rousc or foster sectional animosities
and antagonisms among his country
men as a dangeous enemy to his coun
try. All the people must be made to
feel and know that once nioro there
is established a purpose and policy tin
Jer which all citizens of every condi
tion, race and color, will besecuroin
the enjoyment of whatever rights the
his poor brother, and suggested that
as he (Srogden) bad been distributing
bis money literally 'among his negro
manipulator, he might giTe his bare-
f oed brother a pair of shoes. The
goveror acted upon the rnggestion
watching the sform. Tho little child
immediately returned to her berth,
and aaid"Its all ilglt, for fa'her'i
on deck.' Let all the Lord's' people
who are in dinger or trial, or forrov
or dirctt need, koow tbatG;-d is with
l-ovc all on the promotion of pros
perity in all the industries ot the
I do not understand the repeal of
baiiched tho public service. "Men
known to be unworthv have been
promoted, while ot hers have been
degraded for fidelity to official duty.
Public oUlcc has boch made the
means of ."'private profit, and the
country has been offended to see a the resumption clause of the Act of
class of men who boast the friend- 1875 to be a backward step in aur
ship of the sworn protectors of the return to specie payments, but the
State amassing fortunes by dc- recover' of a false step; and al-
frauding the public treasury ond oy though the repeal may, for a time,
nnevimUn'o- t,hr servants of the non- be nrevented vet. the determinn-
1 LV 1 1 1) W All E C U TLE 11 Y
pic. In such a crisis of the history tion of the Democratic party on
of the country I rejcice that 'the this subject has now been distinctly
convention at St. Louis has so nobly declared.. There should be no bin-
gave his brother the pitiful sum of I tae brave and confident even, in great
fifty cents.. At this seveial bystanders I extremity. He carcth lcr His own,
15 Sycamore St. ;rctcrsburj, Va
W. C. OKU
Wlntelaw & Crowder,
Marble & Stone - -
Corner FaycttCYillc and Dain Streets.
raised the standard of reform.
Ndtliing can be "well with us or with
our affairs until the public con
science, shocked by the enormous
evils and abuses which prevail,
shall have demanded and compelled
an unsparing reformation of our
National Administration, "in its
head and in its members." In such
a reformation the removal of a
single officer, even the President,
is couTpafativcly a trifling matter,
if tho system which he represents;
and which has fostered him as he
derances iut in the way of a re
turn to specie payments. . "As such
a hindcrance,?' " says the platform
of the St. Louis Convention, '"we
denounce the resumption clause of
the Act of 1875, and demand its re
I thoroughly believe that by pub
lie economy, by official retrench
ments, and by wise finance enabling
U3 to accumulate the precious met
als, resumption at an early period
is possible, ' without producing an
-"artificial scarcity of currency" or
Constitution and law declare or recog
nize; and that in controversies that
ma' arise the government is not a par-
Raleigh. N. C ?
Wc have added to our stock a aplen
did JOB PRESS, with an elegant
selection of type of .the latest styles,
and we are now prepared to do
? - - - -'"-.t' i jit ,
in the neatest and best manner.
S'i you need not" send yonr JOB
WOHlC North, for wc will elor it just . a
well aud cheap as you can get it else
where. " " -
has fostered it, is suffered to remain, elistnrbing public i or ' commercial
The President alone must not be credit; and that these reforms to
rnado the scapegoat for the enormi- getlier with the restoration of pure
ties eof the system - which -infests government, will restore general
the fpublic seiwicey and threatens confidence, encourage the useful
the destruction of our institutions investment of capital, furnish. cm
In omc'J respects I hold tiiat the ploymcnt to labor,- and relive ' the
present executive has. been the country from the "paralysis of hard
victim rather than the author ol
that ; vicious system. Congression
al and party loaders have ? been
stronger than the President. No
one man could have created it, and
the ' removal of no one man can
amend it! -It is thoroughly corrupt,
- TFIth the industries of the people
there have been frequent interferences.
Our platform truly says that many in
dustries have been impoverished to
subsidize a few. Our commerce ha3
sisan, but. within its constitutional
authority tbe just and powerful guar
dian of the rights and afoty of all.
The strife between the sections and
between races wUl cease as soon as
the power for evil, U taken away from
a party that makes political gain out
of scenes of violence and" bloodshed,
and the constitutional authority is
plhced in the hands of men whose po
litical welfare require? that peace and
good order shall be piescrvcu every
It will be seen, gentlemen, that I
am iu entire accord with the platform
of the Convention by which I have
been nominated as a candidate for the
office of Vice President of the United
States. Permit rue, in conclusion, to
express my satisfaction at being asso
ciated with a candidate for tbe Prcn
dency who is first among hi equal as
a representative of tie snirit and of
the achievements of rtfrtrm. In hi
official eareer as Kxccutivo of the jrrcat
State of New York; he has, in a com
paratively short period,' reformed the
were indignant and thereupon Richard
A Newsome anel Jesse Grant furnished
West with the shoe?. Wc&t w ill hard.
ly vote for ti e governor."
Gbdl - ve S. Orth, who was nominated
by the Republicans for governor of Iu
ellana, and came home Irom Vienna
to make tbe canvasr, has resigned his
plce o i tl e licke:. Tbe evidence b of
rascality in regard to the Venezuela
claims were overwhelming, aud it waa
plain that he had no chance tgairst
tbe Democratic nominee. He has
therefore, been compelled ta step down
and out and to farewell to amther ot
Grant's foreign ' Ministers another
grent Republican statesman. And
now in honor ot this auspiciou? event
let us playfully remark as upon a pre.
viouE occasion: Three cheers for Uncle
Jimmy Williams! Tbe State of Hen
dncks ought now to be and will be
sure fcr the Democracy next Fall!
and ia able and . willing to do for them
just what tbey need exceeding abun
dantly, more tban tbey ask . or think.
The attention of County Commission
in Is directed to toe following tjnoptli
cf the election laws.:
Chapter 237 Public Laws IS74 T5,
changes the election from tbe fim
Thursday inAngostto Tnctdiy titer
the, fir-t Monday In Horecnber.
Secretary ot B'.&te to furaikh regit
tiation books, when wasted, on first
Monday ot September.
Registrar s to be selected by the Grit
Monday of Ocaober. Tbey will revite
the existing registration books between
the first Tuesday- in October and tbe
day precceding, (inelndins it,) tbe
7th of November. -.:
Judges of ln pec tors of election to be
In order to introduce r
pn: literary- ar d familj, ,
tjccVEHiii, ci2 oi ev 4iU
jget), containg htorla, TbnUiog Ad
ventures, Wit, Humor, Poetry,
ic, wc.wi'd tenet tt on trial, tlx
months for only CO eta, an J to errry
nbecrtlcr, we will aend by taail poaU
age prepaid, one of our Mammoth Eta
TIokckt PaCKAgu. CfmUialog 12
sheets noc paper,-IS good tnTeJopea,
1 good lead pencil, 1 good pet bolder.
2 good steel tx.o, 1 celebrated golden
fountain Pen writes half an bocr at
one fil'dog 1 bl.ok book, 1 card pho
tograph of a Uautdu! woman arxl a
splendid piece oi GoU-Fx.atid Jiw
fcLRT. J ait thick t f it all the abova
articles in an elegant packet, and aa
excellent literary paper six moo lb for
only CO cents. Try it. Yon are sere
to get more goods than joa tTer
bought before for the price. Th pa
per alone ia more than worth the eaoo
ey. Bend us a C!nt if Fire Bobarri
Uis asd we will send yon an extra
copy for six juoutha od an extra
pacaage. Jx-r.il mcey by P. O. Order
cr Kegis:er.d Letter at our lUk. Baa
I le copies ot paper aect oa receipt of
10 cents. Agent wanted, Addrea,
. ' w. n. Lunuoiv
P. O. Uox 53. .Unstol Teoo.
THE LOST CAUSE.
A MAGNIFICENT Picture 14x13
inches in size, pilnted on beaTf plate
appointed on or bder the first Moo- ptpr, lrautIfol in dcalgn aod artiatie
day In October. I in exccnUoi.t It reprorots tocatcd.
A sombre vkigcd boy stood on the Ketorelng ofSccri of Senatorial Du . . j,, ,0M,f
corner of East Uroad and Jersey Streets I tricts coopososed ot more tban one I jetolate. In front of tbe rained cot
yesterday. We htole softly behind him I county to meet on Tucrsday, one week I tage, telbcg a sad tale cf the tataerlet
aLd ovcrhcaru the Jcllowing soliloquy:
"I must manage to scoopjn tnree fcun-day-school
picnics. There the Kir&t
Ilaptut, lirst Presbyterian, and several
Methodist Sunday -schools that have
their turn-outs purty foon. Then
there's five or tlx. ethers all in a heap.
sometimes, ia August. roa-, souc-
afu r lhe election, at places designated
in Battle's HeviiaL Returns waited
for H'.lnext -day.
Sheriff n furnish crrtiCcate of election
to members of the House oCRepresen
t&tires and Senators where the district
is not co cposed of mora than nee r 030
thinrrs rot to le done if thhf duffir is 1 t, prcvioisfo Wednesday U fore tbe I Sot by.raa l mounted on a rolkx aaJ
o c: w - - . a mm m - ,
UUUiUlL iA lle lliO Ull'IVi IU alia aiuuirj. l -iiu j in 4vir;uiUVi. OUIIUI I . f I
W s mm - r
lvejest got to fly round and join J shall also at least ten days !fote the
ot ar. arc two criftf with rnde at
tf, ca one of which aorae friendly baad
has lung a gtrlaod. To the rlgkt tbe
calm river 4nl tbe tiitM(' taooa Ladi
cate iec'acd real. '.Ttjs star, k
tbrough the trtes, rtp-?eat,tbeBotlu
crn Crrt., 1: la a pictsre that will
toorh every iWctbrn btxrl aad aivoakl
GaJ an'.ice in ejerj boatbem kxa.
about three Sunday schools awcek for
the next mx wetk, if I expeet to be in
any kindcf conditie n wheu Wintejscts
1 - ' fTfcr trvt-Mcrlrio1 T I
uuuuiube- uc .j been degraded to an inferior position
away by the selection of a govern- c . facturcr3 haTh
ment composed- cf elements entire- dimlEi;hca ?cu!ttirc i,as in f ublic service and ruced tha public
.IT T All . 1 . . 1 . I V 4-V v t . ' , m. ' K -
uuu TOu iU,avu,UJ c- I cmbaTrasscJj anJ- thc of the burdens, o. as ito ;bava earned at once with.
1UIU1. I .1. I 1 t Vi . -.1 I 4 tin (tt;(iiilnr.f iijCfita nl ll. mA.
"I won't be long afler her, xas the
UK-urnful rciuaik of a grief fctriclcn
gentleman who buried bu wife , six
uiontht zzfu .And, rure enough, he
was "after her" in lesi than three
laontlj but thc 4,hor" was full of life
and joyournes.", and Wore the LU't
Mylo po!onac and five-buttun Vid
"!nr( llrifC tliouldu't 1 -c tnth-.!
The first woik of reform must
things shall be reformed.
i The burdens of the
evidently be, tho restoration of the I be lightend by a great
normal operation of the Const itu- j system of public expenses. Thc profli-
tion of the United States, with all gate expenditures which increased tax
its amendments. ' Th( necessities of ation from five , dollais per eapta in
war cannot !c pleaded in a lime of 1SG0 to eighteen dollars iu 1S70 tells
peace; the right of local sclf-govy its own story of our need of fiscal re-ernmcnt-as
guaranteed by thc Con- form. . .
stitution of the Union must ' be Our treaties with foreign powers
everywhere restored, and the cen should also be revbed and amended,
miratun ofthecoTiTitrj. The people Uc'notiee that tbe enra-ed father-
people must also know him to be thoroughly in earnest; j hapcn ole jurt about far 'enough be
chance trr our he lias shown himself to : be poesessid I hind to give the parties ample time to
have thc knot tied, and they -rtincfc
antly" say "Rless ynu, mv children!'
A little oppYMtion i tho life of trade.
A merchant went Iioruc tlic other
nt'j-ht pel said .cheerfully to hi wife:
'Well my dear, I've failed at 'art ()h,
exclaimed the wife with
cf powers and qualities ahich fitjliiro,
in an eminent degree, for the great
work of reform which this country noar
needs; and if ho shall 1 chosen by
thc people to thc )igh office of Prrsi
dent cf the United State, I believe
th;.t the cay ol ins inangeration will a rtwliant face. "Now a can
be the becining of a new era of peace the Centennial, sure.''
that s g'x-d!
first day of decern 'r notify al perrons
?4-ctel In the county to meet at tbe
Court House -on the - first Monday in
December, . ; '
BberifT or other retornitg c.Trcri ci
county to transmit to FpeaLcr IIocsj
of Representative rote for ,6utof
ficea an or before tbe'lbtrd I.rday
Secretary ot Statr, on n Xx'nrt first
Monday in Octotxr, to- fun'ih lcny
Cnmmis:ntiera cep cf so mccb ct
Chtpter 52 RatUe'a Revi', aa rulatrs
to election. a arnndrd by Chapter
227, Uwa of IS74- r 73; also wf iL lat
ter. . , .
Chapter I3V laws of 1S73 7i;i
amecded by - striking ct tbe Cnt
Tiiurlay in A cast aa the day of elec
tioo ot tbo afUet rraed therein, as
we'd as of ttle i-fCccrs. and irettir
Tnrlay n xt a!ur the Cr.t Monday
in ToTtml er.
O nicer wbos terms wtu'd expire
dil ttie -f jction nen;r in August will
bold orer until tbcro suoceari to t
elected ire NTtUr, qualify.
Ilcturca rd te on the arncndrarCts
to be zaa 3e t
three I tw ccc?s , -.i
.'AddresJ t -Juti Murm&Co.t
rcV'ibcrif Uriwt, Tea a,
Agfa's watted everywhere ta aIl
.r cbap an t ppc!ar pictarea, 1
tl'J jnr daT'ta4y mLUinZ xsoorf
re t3irrd cntil piaarea are sold, bead
s step for cat W-gne aad tersa. .
At a nctti.-gc f IU Txard of Cowatj
Cc.mTiU'.or.ci cl Frnkha Ceary
the 3rd eisy t Aprtl lSla. TV W
oisf re-tuilo:a ex Wle4
lsr. That the bbcrSj akal) ftol re
ciire la the i,.:rrxv M'taxea,
hiU tbe t5ty TrWjrtr jj U
Concty Ortr --rd ' Utcrn" ti.1 1
day oi .'trni 43- ' - -
2 id. Alt p rv-! ttjy
DtI tvre that Ut snpat jiW-t,
uaeiometn ei ?!, i narrow cx
le ore me ii. my oi
that a ncer 1 ' tbcttol p
n 1 ar:ie boUUaj ancb nrtWrs, ythb
rfaetrt to p!rent ".hem are Ltnbj
nniiled that tt rutau- c4 tiraitatiop
vn't ba p'paic : la Ijr ot tLeiricceT
the Chit I Jratiee rt, try.
Itcigb lith'.Q thirty et,? fftf tbe
T. D. HAWKINS. OaJrraaa.
J. IX TUCIC EH, Clerk,