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A Democratic Newspaper.
u,likd every Friday in Louisbnrg
KAILS OF SUBSCTJPTION,
Coif 1 ytv.r T ...0.00
- f Months............. 10
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t? TKttSlS CASTT IN aDVANCF,
BY FAXKV DOfSTNINO.
pu'rs like jour mas'er, worn on I oh1;
Arm ecarred with wounds; my Buit of
IfJ trnooth joa frtc of crease and ioW,
And Jay you tenderly away.
latere I hide you from my eight
Forgcting all that's Ios,t and cone
Let nc recall the visions lr'"ht,
I tar when first I 'drew you or.
I; iaw a nation spring to breath,
1 saw. a people proud and grand
h battle to the very deatU
For freedom and their native land.
lsawa cause pure of nil harrr,
Thrice noble and witlioutone stain.
Ljivc fur it my good right arm,
iMghvIIy givclt o'er again I
6.v across a stormy sky
Ti'-v how dt glorious promise glcirr,
kJ .as it3 splendor blazed on-htoK .
-Fade like the fancies of a dream. . -
Then dukn S such as might be kit, ,
CVmo uowr. upon our hapless land.
And yet we know our wotj'was elealt
la wisdom by a Fathci'a hand.
Jn-y ch.thee, yoa fill my heart with
l 'car, .
Tiounb to- my eyes they may cot
il c.iilhig our fou; glorious years
And nil th? memories they lnlnc
fliiiltuid wc love jits sore bcref.
Lw.cntirg'.fcr her mighty dead ; -
1 ou arc th cn'y vestige le!?.
For all wo h pod and Ilar.ned and
Ana il'.l we fiultiirrrl nvtt -.n,! ,.!,! i
Ik.it Cor.k-iIorrtteOrey ivnroughf ,
Well mxj.it be with laurel wreathed?
'; isi::: '! or,C2 mcro yon will be woir,
V, h n I Kj in rjy cofdn laid.
ln th-j nu'i-eclion morn " 1
I v,i:h to f and i:j you arrayc.',
'"hw t.Uh hoiaaniha loud aod ew.o,
C-'iMfjed ffith'blisa inlenso. ,
Ur b'ou.neru soldiery shhll uikt
jcdcratc in the highest tens-.
liny suit I look on you with prido
fuel) pride as manly hearts may take
As with our caui-Q identi!i-.-d,
And doubly precious lor his 6ak.
llynnrt-M dec era', for ha woro
SjcIi olothoi about the kingl:cs sonl,
Tbat God from h:s etornal btore
-KnshrinM within a huinan'mould
Ikr.n'v he wears the garments now
TLat moth an I rust tau nt'er asfai1,
A di 1 ni r.p Mi his Uow
To hci lartha brightest crown
' are pal?. . . ; - v .
Ikuow Jhat in him angtls tiace
Such gi!;ry f.s on lleses ehor.c,
Hcflcctcd from b"s Mtei'a face,
As c osc he fctandj beiide the throne.
still I lovu by Memory's rar,
To soa him as he n d tu bn
ClUl in Ilia Wl ll-ronm
The gynonym of victory. .
The grcatt&t! victory he wrought.
a3 when, at heavcu'a supreme be-
The lahU well ktpV the good fcugh
He went triumphant to her rest.
Arrass deaths river dark and fleet
And storming in tumultuous'-strife,
Trevor Jeft caithVncontide hear, :
And icstcd by the tree of life I
lrt'i rmie left t live (or now,
0!.l suif, f .r such asyoa and I,
And but to Heaven's decree I bow,
U gladly, like my Genera', di .
Sjt long as God may chooee to give -
The !mlcst duty as my task, r
vvillinsif in his strength to live
And try to do i. Alt I ask.
h nrhei, ray pilgrimsge is mad,
And I am numbeied with the dead,
lojoin in Heaven the old Brigade
th Stoxewall Jackson at its hcadf
from the Land we 1 t , Nov. 1806.
t 'Where aro you going? askoJ a little
y oi anothor, who had slipped on an
'' lavement. Going to got tip ! vas
t:'eLlunt reply. i;
Ho is tho successful man who. in.
Viaf being corncrod by cvonU aud
-uuiMances. Harnesses them to hia.
' fctccds to draw Lim up tho diffi. J
" neisriiti.' ' - " 1 ?
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C i. VV. i .. .... ;r , -- " rT- nirl , ,18. IL.,.,111 H1im . ,Tim,ll - ,-Y,wn iri jj , u .n-pcr--.., -,nf
SELECTED I STORY.
'Qe&VQ CI lid TagQ
BY D. V.
'O dear, dcat! whaVa iionotonous
sort of life this is ! jaid . Iva'c Em
cry, ; ' ' : r ' "! ..:
She looked round lier little room
a room on the third floor of Mrs. Kart
Icy's fourth rate lodging-house. There
was no fire in It Kate sat in a shawl -to
k cop herself vrann, that 'raw No
vember afternoon the carpet was;
faded, and the one window-blind was'
out of order, and wouldn't draw up or
,Kato glanced dolefully at herself in:
the one-sided minor, j whose gilt moul
dings had dropped off like over-ripe
Jt v.i.a fresh," pretty reflection that
met her glance, with jet-black hair
wistful dark eyes; and clicks read's a
newly-blossomed oleander. ' ! ..
Yes, I look well cnojughKate pet-i
ulahtly apostrophized herself ; but what
good do my looks do. me? I wish I
vrcr? rJcl1 I' J bavc a blue silk dress;
trimmed with white point-applique,'
and a pearl fan, and at set of diamonds ;
and I'd give a .black silk to 'Madam
Fougommc, the French teacher, 'who
has worxrusty bUck alpaca until its
turning to a, rich cinnamon brown ! O
and I'd fcr.d a five pound note anon-
omoy 'to- tho poor
jyoung wood en
graver nest door, with the plea ant
blue eyes, and the church-yard cough.
If I were only rich !'j ' ; '.
While this disjointed reverie passed
through Kate's uuud, a soft tap oamo
at tho door.
Couicwn,' Miss Emery called out,
and the young wood-engraver came in,
with a cluster of suporbly colored au
tumn leaves in his 'hand.
'From the old homestead said ho,
cheerily. 'Mr. Nokkcs remembered
my penchant for autumn leaves, and
has sent up this fine! bouquet by his
son, who camo to town with a load of
potatoes. Would you! like some ?'
'Very much. said Kate, glancing
at an empty va-jo.on tho mantelpiece.
How fragrant they are !'
Eugene Neville's pale faco lighted
r ' ' V ' .' . . ; ,
4 Oh. if you knew how they recall
the old woods at home !' he sighed
4 Homo ! But I have none now. When
my father died, and the place went in
to other hands, the word became mean
ingless to me. I thought that J should
one day be rith and buy it back. I do
not think so now.'
lie sighed almost inaudibly as he
separated the brightest branchlets for
her. '!";' ". - '
Kate looked at him, almost as a mo
ther might pity a sick child,
Xo,' she thought, her hand rustling
softly among tho dead leaves, t
wouldn't send him money if I were
'rich ; I would buy back the old home
stead, and let him die there in psace,
poor fellow, j For he cannot live more
than a year or two under, the most favor
' Oh, take care,' said EugeneC as ho
stopped ; you have knocked a letter
off the table. What an official looking
document !' he added , S,4 sealed with a.
splash of scarlet wax ! Cr thercne Carl
ton Emery I It is for you,' j ' '
Kate opened the letter as he went
out opened it and read it, aod rubbed
her eyes to make suro she was not
asleep and dreaming.
, Oh 1' she murmured, Uncle Carl
ton has left mo Lis money, and I shalf
be a great heiress. Oh ! if poor mam
ma could only have lived I' - -
Madam Fougommo got the black
silk dress j and Kate enjoyed the gol
den harvest of her money ta her heart's
content, ! . . -
And Eugene Nevilleswas heforfrot-
ten? - j- . .! l. v
Poor fellow !' Kate
herself,' lie cannot last' long ; and , I
who aui everybody's fairy god-mamma
juat at present, I will make him hap
py, at least, for a time.
It! was a s:ft April morning, , witu
the scent of cherry blossoms in the air,
DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITEllATUllE,
and sudden sheets of sparkling rain,
cleaving as it were the golden wall of
sunshine, when Kate cdled to take
Mr. Neville out in her pony pho
ton. . !
It's such a delicious day, Paid she,
ana :n sure it will do you good, Eu-
The young wood engraver stood in
the doorway pale and smiling. (
'I ought to" be at work, said
ho. -v ;
'Oh,' fiddlestick!' raid Kate, inde
pendently. ( Work and no play
you remember the old "proverb
And away rolled , the little car-
' v blcl1 m you going?' the
young man asked, leaning back amon"
the cushiooi. (
' 9h'?I don,t know the Netttcvilo
rpad I suppose.'
: Eugene's eyes brightened ; the color
rose to his thin cheeks.
; ' I should like to go as far as the old
place,' he said. 4 1 have not 4 seen it
Just as you like,' said Kate,chuck
ling inwardly. Come' up, Elfin !
What are you about, you lazy little
villian ! Yes, we'll go to the old
IIosv his eyes tparkled as they swept
along under the drooping tresses of
the superb old eims that bordered tho
road ! '
How he started when the firsitinkle
of the little cascade under tho hill fell
cn his ear !
4 It is like a dream,' said he, Alas !
but the waking will come.
'Does it look as you expected?'
Kate asked as sho checked her ponies
in front cf tho wide, old-fiashioned
porch, where the honeysuckles were
putting out buds of green t leaves,
and hyacinths blossomed among the
' It is not changed,' said he,! mood
ly. , 'It is I that am changed.'
Kate sprang from the phtcton.
! 4 Come in, said she.
Jle shrank I ack. j
' I I would rather not. I don't
wish to intrude,' he said.
4 But you will not intrud,' cried
Kate. 'See! the old rooms are wait
ing for you.'
Reluctantly, --yet willing he camo
forward into the old sitting room where
he had played as a child.
, The sunshine streamed through the
little panes of the south windows ; the
wood firo blazed and crackled on the
Eugene sat down before the blaze.
Kate watched him, with eyes full of
tears and changing color. "
' If I could only dio now !' said he.'
'Kate you should not have brought
me here. You meant well, I know,
but it was mistaken kindness. For
now, you see,' ho added, with a shud
der, 4 It will be so hard to f go i back
again to the cutters and the blocks of
wood, and the dark, dingy l'ttle room
in the city.'
'Cut j-eu need not go back !'' Kate
cried, half sinking on her knees at
bis side. Eugene, thia place is
yours.' ' ,J "' " ' .' - J'
Mine? he echoed, vaguely. 1
4 1 have bought it from Mr. Koakes.
I have given it to you,' she falter
ed. . . - , -
. ' I cannot take it,' ho said, liaughti.
ly, 4 1 can atcept no tucli favors.
Not from me, Eugene ?'
From no one, Kate.- Unless indeed
knt that, of course, is entirely ou
of the question. ' .r - j - "
4 What is out of the question Do
you mean ' f , : s ,
Kate blushed scariet, as all of a sud
den she comprehended the significance
of his eye. -
'Kate,' he said, taking courage, 'shall
it be an exchange? If I take the o'tl
place from you, will you take me in
return? Do jou love me. Fate?
I I don't know,' faltered thci self
possessed little heiress, losing all her
digptty and presence of mind. Oh,
Eugene, won't you take it?",
Won't you tke me, Kate?, he
persisted. I hare not long to live, I
know, ; .. t
4 But you musTlive l! Kate burst
forth. I cant let you goEugene
I can t do without you.
And before Miss Emery fairly knew
it, she was engaged engaged to a pen
niless, consumptive young wood engra
vershe, the heiress, for whom her
friends wcreantieipating such an im
possibly grand alliance.
'Arc'you happy?' the young wan
Oh, so happy!' she answered,
scarcely daring to look into his eyes. .
And they are married.
Eugene Neville never was . strong
again, but he did not die. Kate locked
after that, 1
Fr I've no idea cf being left a
idow,' ! she said, gaily. Literary
A. I3aulccx'gj IIisrtoia3.
A. bankt-r at Paris gave an elegant
feast to hi3 lricnds, and after tho feast
gave a brief account of : his early life,
suggested by a large ugly piQ ia bis
napkio. lie was a poor boy, and oce
day f. uad a large pin uied by girU to
fasten ribbons at the neck. Fo&n Le
met a girl who was ia trouble, because
she had lost just such a pin. Thcfegue.
" There is another for you,' paid tho
boy, good-naturedly, giving her the
one he had foune1. She seized it hasti
ly, and with great delight.
".Now I shall not ba beaten,' she ex
claimed. S!je now icmaiked how the boy ws
gnawing at hi? cms4, and said, "I
have got an app"e ia my pocket, will
you have it ? Ir h a very good cue ; t
have bittern it already.' .
Instead of making ary reply, the
beggar-boy soon put hi teeth into the
apple which ihe handed to him, and
.went his way. A. few weeks after he
returhed to that village as it wai then
fa'j-timr. He met the little gill again
who at once recognized her benefactor.
She perceived directly how hungry he
was . she put her hand into h-rr pocket,
but ti -Jay there weie no apples there,
and shs wanted very much to give him
something. : k
Fortunately she hid received a few
packets of noedle9and pin3 aa a present
fuVm her grandmother, who kept a lit
tle still at the. lair, fihe gave the boy
one cf these packef, and said, "Sell
these i.eedls; you ca buy apples and
cakes for ihe money.'
A bright idea came now into the
boy '3 head ; he returned with tie nctd
les to his own village, and told them
there to the peasant . womcr. But he
did not go and 'spend foolishly the
money Which he r -ce'ved but went and
bought some fresh needle?, and soon
setup as a regular hawker, carry ios
about a little bx cn his back, in whith
I were bucklep, thimbles, button?, thretd
and needles of all kind3.
Through wind and b&d weather,
through shower and heat, he wandered
lrun village to village, jaurneying thus
through the whole of F.ar.ce; and when
he was wenfy.he opened a little shop
in cne of the suburb3 of Porif. He
traded 'in every thirg which could
brirg him ar y picfiy and his specula
head always tit cpoa the right sort of
At , thirty years of age he possessed
one hundred thousand franca ; the half
of thia he invested at the Exchanr.
He was fortunate , in hia calculationr,
and ia a" few year' time he became
very rich. !.
Now he .thought of the pin wLich be
had found when he was a little vaga
bonet, and of the little black-eyed girl
who.T, by mean pr this pin, he Lad
aaved from a beating. He travelled to
the village where he then had begged;
lie was curious to ktow what had be
come ct the girl tvho, by her gift of the
packet cf needle?, had first aroused in
Lim the spirit cf commerce.
She liad grown into a good, fioc
Iookiqg woman not very young, per
hap3 lor the j already reckoned thirty
summer?. Bat as yet she had no suitor,
beeacB2 she was poor. The Parisian
banker sought for her; and iaid, ia a
abort marnr, .. .
"Young wemer, I hrvo a million of
francs property ; will yop marry rue VK
The girl turned pale aid :e and
stattcrtd ou', at lat, -Sir, I ibick
you have come to maka fun of mf'
Bat be now s:,ii, seiioujif, D you
cot remember tb? bc-gar-'joy with the
SCIENCE ANEl ART.
' JO rertairdy." Ehe sid, eagerly, 'I
see Lim before ma now ; h ran nous
ly he bit the ppVwhich I had a'ady
bitcn, wiih hit white tee !),
The stranger rep.ie.', fmiS;ng!y, 'I
Was that beggv-boy , ou: of the heart
of that app!e grew up my good fortua
Will ycutharji, aad bz ray wile!" .
'Ihe anawor was a jnyful Yes '
The wedding took p'r.c3 iu the village.
The banker wa eileat and looked
affccticn&teTy at hh wile, wb .blushed
Tery deeply. "Yes, gentkmen," hs
njw exclaimed, ihe le-gar-boy not
only became ric, but hapy. God has
rewarded h:m greatly for that one lit
t'e kind actioa. AQd,'gt:ukmert I am
th'a lornv.r vagabond, unl my good
wifj opposite U the little giill found
weeping; and this ;s the pin I found
tpnn the ground ' ,
A. Wild Huntress
A Penr-sylvania Girl lest in the Wi -
dcrncss Iler love ol Hunting Stronger
tuan her !ovo of Home.
The W h elscg "Ilegistei" i,f the 2C.h
inst. tells the !oi!o;iag story oJ tho au
thority of Julia 44jks.C3gei" cf Wind
ridge, Green county, Pa , for whose
veracity it vouches : -
A man living near Wi'ndridge, Green
county, Pa., had born to him five chil
dren, four girls and one boy His
name is Daniel Lewi?. . When quite
young the boy and secocd daughter
named Lucinda Lewi-, developed quite
a ionlnes3 for Lunlin" aud were out
nearly all ihe timr, r-jaming the woods
in search cf game. They seemed to
delight in nothing to much as the fall
life of a hunter, and would go from
home tor weeks at a time. After four
or rive years the boy quit it, and enter
ed on the mow industrious pursuits cf
life, but the girl continued in the
chase. Drawing hcr3elt more And mora
from humau iatercouiso and restraint.
she has become a wild womar. fbeiu
irom the approach of Lcr kind with
the speed .of a deer.
During the early yeats ol her solitary
life sle used to appioach her fa.her'i
hcuse ard t'Lticc the dogs to'follow
her, Uarriing almost any breed of dogs
to become good Luater. In the hope
of bringirg lur Lack to her home and
to civillzitior, her brother followed her
and shot tho dog she La t taken away,
using every t inducement to get her to
go back with him. But all ia vain.
For eighteen year?, since she was
twelve yeaig of age, she has lived this
wild life, sleeping in the centre of straw
stacks durirg the night and hiding ia
them during the summer, the wild and
cultivated fruits sho in'end for her
wicter'3 store of provisions. Sho is
now thirty years ol I and is ts wild as
the untamed denisen of the forest.
Air. Messenger say3 he at one tiair,
whib out hun:ing, met her in the
woods. Iler long black hair, covering
her face and eye, wa3 ' matted witu
bur tn leaver, and her black fiashin"
eyes maele her a startlicg picture. She
rimained perfectly s'iil until Le got
within twenty ftet of her when she
turted and 11 :d with thj swiftnessno
man could hope to rival.
A few days since cue wa3 seen agair,
and tLeahad ia her hand three pea
sants and f.nr rabbit?, "but ahhoogh
these encumbered ncr kho eluded every
-attempt to capture her. Sho hat been
so long in the woods that she has be
coma rcrfectly wild, ner dress ismada
of the skins of wild anima'a and a
blanket that she Las taken somewhere
during some of her Loctural predatory
A pU SUN AlIAZON IX SPilJT. i
Prussian Arawm Las appnrcd rn ihe
' theatre f -war ia Spain. A V-kntia
newspaper siy4 ; ' We hare Lad the
pleasure cf seeing the Prussian heroine
announced who will, it is aaid com
mand a battalion cf vo'untcer agiinst
theCarlisU. She is welNgrowr, hard
ly twenty-Eva ears old, has a rathi r
pretty face, and blonde hdr. She
worealorg uppr garment j'loog rid
ing trowscrs and a PLrygin cap aod
carried a cavalry sir ord. We do not
know whether she will remain here or
go to Barc:loDa '
Fot s that? said Mickey when the
waiter brought Lira a plate of lnsk.
, Wittlcs- , -
3Iickey eyed the compound gupi
ciously, and concluded,
Be jabcrs, the man that chawed
that .cat ate it.
Py Your Subicriptior.
Ii giving pullicity to the following
Gubilaat cpinle, the Danbury man cr
some other Lllow who can appreciate a
gool thirg when nc Aids it lying
aroend lecse, says :
Wc aro not obl'g d to tell how the
following funny letter fU into cur
hands ail the reader has to do is to read
it-end laugb. Wc congratulate the
new made pa-ri eat, and hopo hs jt ill
get over Lis confusion ot iieas thar ly,
so 88 to be able lo tell h'abal y irom
his horse :
DE.vr. Si.Tca Emmji :-I-oovr takj
my sat aud sit 'Iowa to take tuia.rp.
portunity t ioform you thtt I am
4idaddy'' at leait : that is I suppose I
am, f.r A idie has got a nice, Ut baby
as ever made up facer. We hope that
these few lines may flad yru enjoying
the same great blessing. Nosr, this is
to be strictly a business letter. Firatly,
as I said belorr; Add!e has got a nice
baby ; ncxUy, I have swapped away
o'd John and thick I have got a pretty
nice" horse; it is a girl and weighs moo
psuaua i mean the baby it Is ja.t
as fat as butter, and hss a erood ntron
pair of lungs. She is red and has a
bjl-tail the Jiorr, I mean and a
wmte stripe la ner lace, and is a ood
j: ... '
unver; eije ca? got blue eyes aad a
dimple in chin Imein the babv and
just the ptcttiest mouth that ever open
ed to receive pap ; judging from her
testb, I think she is about bit mar.
olel I mean the Larse now and the
etcc.or says is the fairest he ever saw
" . . '
witnout any exception ho meant the
baby I gave $21,00 to boot.not on the
baby, thougV, for in it case the b)ot is
another foot, ani two or three z;j
larger, a3 near as I can find ou. I am
going to harness the horse now and
after mother, she was born laattilit
at u minutes past nine -I hope you
aon-t imnic 1 m:aa mother or the horse,
I mean the l,a!ir ;i. ;a i i .
. " - as uuiuj k B
a pig ; eat an cir?, a biscui. and dr.nl:
three cups of tea I mean Addie she
u getting along nicely, and if she elon't
have lad luck che will get hlon2 first-
rate, tone is euLuct to disordtr. est t!.
stomach, and they said that is a s?gn of
oojjc i mean the baby I hope It is
for the nurse stvs colickr hAhhiAa
never dir. She talks about her nose
as she takes snuff I mean the nurse.
1 am going to name it Edicma I mesa
the baby. Tnerel I've been reading
this over and I see plainly tbat I ain't
fit to write. The amount of it if, I am
Castrated; I am a happy faiber, and
that accounts fur it, so you must ex
cuse me this time.
going to bed,
iuiiueu over ijis new trumpet, say
ing, "Grau'ma, you blow while I
i i - j ,i
AD VERTIS E ME NTS.
1873. SPRING. TO,
While, Corling & Co.,
(Successors to Smith & WLitc )
No 52j Sycamore Street.
Offer to the merchants of Virginia am)
North Carolia a choice and well select
ed stock of - -
FOKEIGX AND DOMESTIC
At the lowest nuirkpt nrli T
OUr elrcSS irOOiIs drldrtmnit will
found all tne Nortltiea of the fccasou!
a a -
aou me suple stock embrace a
Jar line of trmts. Dorn.t
eus, Linens, White Goodi, Notloui,
Colored Matting, for sale chtrap by
WHITE, -COHUKB & CO.,
HATES OF ADVEUTILNCh
(10 lisks on LoscjsinrciE x tiizz-.
Cue f i:nre one Iresertlon n
Ooe - Tarh ubeqnftt Insertion.. 3
Cne Cnemon.h .
tn Iwo ruoptla .."r43
Cns 'ihrca months i. 5
Crw fixroontli; ...ij33
Oic 44 Twelve montlM 15 j
STATE LIFE msURAUCE
RALcian, Nonrn casoli.ia
Capital, - - $200,000-.
- . QFFICEHSr-
gon Kemp P. Battle, PrtldeaL ,
F . II. Cameron, Vica-President.
W. IL'Ilicka, becrttary. i . ' 0 J
Sr ft J1'wood ned- Director
r Wvf I533riter Med, Director.
J. 1. Batthclor, Attorney.
O. II. Peiry, SupcrvUln Agtat - '
; ! . DniECTOIlSj .
Don K'taip p Bittlc, Hon Tod R CT 1
wed. Hon Joha W Cunningham, Col r
M Holt, Hon Wui A Smith, Dr W J
Ukiwrj, Hon John Maaoin Oea W r
It Cox Col L Y HumphrtyT C Tu 1
Murphy, CM Wm E Aad ei son, Job a U '
W iliiams, Col W L Saunder. a Y Mc.
Ac'en.Coi A A McKoy. I J Yaurer
Jame A Graham, V U Cameron. J J
MclUe, J B Batchelor, J Q Blake, it "
lTer,C1rVW,OUcUurcb JJ D.vU.
John Nichola. '
FEATURES AND ADVANTAGE
It is emphatically a Home Company
lu large capital guarantee airto'tu '
Itarauaarees low aa these. ol any."
It offers all dcairablt fjrmi ol Injur- '
ance. . '.- ,
t Iu funds are invested at hem-? aol
circulated among our o n psopu ,
No necesaary retrictions nuo.cd '
npoa residence or travel. .
Policies non-forfeiuole aftir tw a
It officers and director are promU.
neat, and well-known North Cr.lia.
iaas, vihose experience abuin.a ieen,"
and whose worth and ioU-uty ar.'
alone auCicieat guvantee of 1 .t Coin
pany strength, aolrency and tu cew. .
Geo.S Baker, Local Agent, -
H. A, London, LouUbarg, N C,
District Agenrv Pitubor.., N, t
t37 Good Agents,, with. wLoak lib, "
rai contract wui be toadr waauct la,'
every county In the State. . ,
ma 21 Cai
GREEN & ALLEN,
Grocers And ''
COMMISSION MERDHAIS T.
Eolidt Conslgrmentt of ' r '
Cotton, Tobacco, 'VVlsoat..
ITloixr, Coin, cm el
Agint for tb4 Exce!!ctz Cotton,
Ferulizer and Galklts Imr.v.l bti
Brab Cotton G;oa.
R R. Madison, ;
. . .'
: WHOLESALE "
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And agent for the sale of
CIGARS, &.C. . '
105 Sycamore utt
Z: .7 ' T w Hte ft-r
J. H. lltUTII,
Saddle & Harnoss.r.Ia!:er -
Cocrt h't., Loctsccao, C.
lining employe ! a young ran ta a -tend
10 iuy Bar, beui. r my entire au
ttzlum wi:i be girco t nik.r.- .Qx r
pair.og Saddle II rtc, Ac. A. I oru.ri
for work la ray !!. it: revive LrjxawV"
attention. The ci.iz n,',. LiuubuiV
and sorroocdicg c un-r mi,!,;,, Wli , ,
give me a. Nn blue purd- ; f d; "
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