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) t C nutter.
Cljc (C 0 u r i c r,
A Democratic Newspaper.
J'ullihed every Friday in Louisbur
HATES OF SCBSCiaPTION,
Copy 1 year 2. 00
r Months..............,.....i 00
" 3 Moaths.. . 75
rt5 TKUMS ASII IN al VANCE
Pot Selinmll lice tic XJaly
Attributed by the New York "Sun" to
ueecMi uicnard Smith, of the Cin
Drue as I leef, most efcry day
I laugh me wild to saw der yej
Mysclimll young baby drie to play
Dot fanny lect'c baby.
Vbcn Iijook or dom lectle toes
Und siw dot funny leetle nose,
Und heartier vay dot rooster ctovib,
1 schmile like I vas. . .
SomcdimcB dere cooma a leetle schqua'i,
Dotsvhender vindy via Twill crawl
Jlright in hia little s'chomack s'chmall,
Dot's too bad for der baby.
VA makes him sing at n'ghu so schveet.
Und gorry barric be must eaf,
I'g'1 I must chumbshpry on my feet
To help dot lee'le baby.
lie pills ray do e uad kicks my hair,
Uml griwls me vfery where, :
Und sehloSbtrs me -bat vot Term 1
. Eotjvas my scbmall young baby,
A-oun 1 my head dot lectie aim
Vt)s schquozm mc6o nica udc! varm
Oh I my dtre never cocm some harm
To d.ebmill L-etle bab". '
WKITTEN FOl THE COURIER.
11 Y VIVIAN.
' CHAPTER I.
Tlicro wa.7 silence in the wearied air
that night. From sea f nd shore the
(-c!:oos g ive tajk no harsh, soundc'i than
the water dashing on the beach, and
the Pong o' the sailors, Rut high
above tho scene in the- deep blua Heav
ens a pale star glimmered here, and
there. Tho lights gleamed upon the
ivater. There was only a ship upon the I
oceau in its sid repose and silence, and
a wondering figure on the shore', whose
h 'w's'eps heavy with care and trouble,
went to aud fro to break tho calm.
As a disappointed man, Gerard Alwin
Badly looked h,is last upon the falling
of this calm and lonely twilight, and
on the distant hills of his own
J lie next norning he would sail for
. another land. Litter thoughts wfira
... . o-.
m Ins heart, as he tried to console him
self ; but with a, strange consolation,
-tlio only solace he found was in return
ing to the deep grief . which was hU
alone. He' ceased to walk, and stood
gazing idly upon tho water. Standing
thus the night fell darker upon him ;
he hears a step, and ho soon has for
las companion his old and valued ser
vant. ' ' ' . '
Ia it you Frcdt and did
eomo to say farewell ?' ,
Taking from his pocket a package
ho gives it to him, but beforo he has
tiuie to speak, a dainty note is in his
grasp, slipped thereby the epu'ck fingers
of Fred. Ho becomes I agitated and
continues hi3 walk some minutes before
breaking the seal. .. . . .
Can it be the t she has deSed htr
father's law aud written mo a fare
wclir Wi'h trembling fingo's the seal is
broken. t ..... w ,, '
, 'Iwill ever prove true to my vows
.Gerard, farewell ! -; ; Flouia.
4 Could I but believe this one line ?
It would be the light of ray life.4 No,
it can never be she will foonl forget
nic with the things of the past, an
other xill soon claim thepiacaMin her
heart that onco was mine; and I -will
he forgotten. " Cruel thought, it will
l""ive me mad.' ; , , , ,
' Why am I leaving' this home of
cstand quiet, a mother whoso love
' yA holy influance have ever kept mo
l!i the path of right, and whoe heart
w'dl break when she knows that her
hoy is gmeto roam on distant shores.
Gone ! .and what drives him from hi J
-1 ...v .
- 4 y -
The heartless decree of a cruel
father, who rather than give his child
to a man of honor and integrity, and
wuo would make for himself a name
among men, will sell her for money,
curse the word how, many lives have
the love of it blighted and how many
homes have at last been made desolate
by it V . . .J ; ' .
In silence he still treaded his way
alone; the shore, finally ho was inter
rupted by. Fred. ; -
Master I wait your bidding. Is
the package for Miss Floria?!
t ' Excuse me, my kind friend for my
strange behavior during your stay.1!
Givo the letters, into her hnnds,
trustno other with them . Fred you have
always proven yourself an old and tried
friend as well a3 servant. I am leav
ing homo and mother,' guard' vrell your
mistress.'strlve to cheer her in her lone
liness and be her friend.'
'I promif3 yon all this said Fred.
Goodrbye, Master',' '
Farewell friend.' .
The s crrow at parting with this
friend of his childhood, seemed to
remind Gerard of one who has promis
ed to be a friend to the' needy his
thoughts become centred on that Di
vine source and there in the presence
of cnly the stars', he knelt on the cold
damp ground and prayed from 'the
depths of a grief stricken heart-
prayed for Mothers and Fiona's ht.p
pinnss. , ' : " " " .
. Jn a few short hours the noble ship
in which Gerard Alwin sailed, was
tracking tho waves with silvery foam,
is white sails swelled out .almost to
bursting with .the .favouring, gale,
and the lightning of triumph 'was flash
ing, from many a bow.
Floria Ilivers was only eighteen.
She was a 'dark orcntal style of beaut v,
a tall slender figure, and with a pliant
grace rarely seen in one .so young.
What more could we ak for than the
great gifts which fortune liad bestowed
on this young girl? Her home was a'
palatial residence ; a great grey stone
house, half hidden in tho magnificent
trees, which formed groves, and border
ed either side of the broad ave iue lead
ing to the house, a green park opening
from the drawing-room windows, 'iij
which played a silvery fountain, whose
driping waters were music tothe ear.
The cool shadowed grounds looked like
a very paradise in their freshness. But
with all this Floria was sad j still there
could be seen marks of vitality and
energy in the small white hands now
pressed closely together.
Her eyes bore marks of. excessive
weeping, yet even in their langour
there was resolution and will,, and in
the delicate curves of the firmly closed
mouth there was "decision.
In her hand she held the last words
of Gerard Alwin, who had the day be
fore sailed for a strange land, and this
had been given her by dd Fred. She
read ft again and again.'- 1
He says he will always think of ne
as his beacon light, began Floria, as
the star of hope beckoning him to
.wards future greatueis. Good bye,
.and in all the dark and weary fhours
that shall come to you, J pray that a
light such' as you, have kindled may
shine into your soul, . . . , ,
- She arose and; crossed the room
gracefully, not pausing 'till ;shc stood
facing the mirror and the features there
in reflect cdj " s - ! "l .
, ; JIave J. then phanged so percepti
bly within the last two days? There
are marks of sorrow ou my co mtenance.
True 1 have suffered. Gerard U gone,
yes gone, that bitter word , never be
fore did I fully realizo its import, and1
ho will perhaps never return Does
my father think that I will be" forced
'to a marrtagoSsithHhat vi!o mm? .
N6ver,'and though my home ha3 before
ben an Eden; the 4,serp3at has - now
enteral, and it will novv be a hoaie of
I misery. I'll work a3 a governess;any-
thing rather than marry this man for buy
wealth. This evening her wUiJarrive,and
for the first time I will meet him. If
could only avoid it, but it is my father's
command,and. he is relentless ..Could
"m'y Angel mother but speak to her child..
DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITEllATUltE,
She could not forbear another fit of
weeping, a3she thought of the mother,
whom she had loved with a devotion
unsurpassed, and to whom she had con
fided so implicitly all her cares and
misdoings, but two years airo the change
had. come,' and she was now lying he- I 1
neathiho green sod. And her heart
became softer and purer is she looked
from her window and beheld the marble
shaft, reared in menlory of ' that moth
er, and over her trept a K feeling of
peace and comfort, there was a . cpiiet
peaceful look in her dark eyes and the,,
lines of keen sorrow were already soft
ening round her lips and brow.' j
; . r.J, ;.. . .. : .
J CHAP PER II.
: In a quaint old building of brick
andstone, and in a rpom of grat size
with massive doors and windows were'
several men around tables of wine and
cards. . , ;
Ono, the most prominent actor was
a dark looking man, he was not large ,
with a stoop in his frame, and rounded
shoulders; very bUck and evil looking'
eyes, a low scowling brow, with black,
hair, and when he moved it was with
the stealthy tread of , a cat This man,
was Maurice Manly, the man of alltth-'
ers that Col. Fabian Ilivers had chosen
for the peerless Floria. The game was
at its height, when Maurice astonished
the group by throwing s his last dol
That is tb.3 last boys, but in less
than two months with the daughter of
dd Rivers, I will be made the possess
or of a cooi;toiiuo(ired .thVusa'ndi, ! III
have never yet met the youngjadyhut
this evening's train will take m todiex-.
father's palatial abodeand there I
will moet the Queen of my heart. . The ;
old fellow is up for it, he thinks my
fortune more than doubles his own. -Ah
! he don't know that even now. mv
creditors are eying- eagerly ' for pay,
and are1 silenced by the rumor of this
marriage and then they will be -paid,
yVs, more than paid with the old mans
money. Congratulate me my friends
on my great success.'
' Congratulate you,' said oneof liis"
companions, the old. father is an in
grate to trust his childs happiness toi
your keeping, I have seen his daughter,'
and a splendid womlin she is, worthy
a man of honor instead of the base un
principled wretch that you are. Col,
Rivers don' t kno w you you are re
puted wealthy, and but for that you
would never become the possessor of
Miss Rivers, aud unless you are keen,
you may be seoii in your true' colors
before the consumation of those
vows.', .- . : ... . . . ..'
If you will only hold your peace
until that time I .shall then have no
fears for my betrayal,' said Manly,
And looking at the time, he found
thqt only a half hour remained in which
to finish his game, and reach the train.
This done., ho was 'soon off, and at eight
o'clock that evening presented himself
before the door -of Col; Riveis. His
knock 'at th'a" door was answered by"
Fiona's own maidwho when she had
first prcsented'CoT." R vers' with tho
gentleman's crd, wcnt" to Fiona's
rodm," tbJ announce the ' expected visi
tors arrival. 7 1 i- ' f -
She haxl nad3 no preparation, and
now that'3Ir. 3Ianly had indeed arriv
ed; she with a listless1 inactivity pre
pared herself to receive hira'.j ' She had
been fond of admiration, but now she
seemed to havo outgrown the ppell, to
have thrown off an influence that hd
led her almost sometimes too f ar She
had lost the power and wish 'to have
men render homage to her, or to be en
thralled by her. Rut with this flush
of proud, triumph oh her cheek faded
she seemed still lovely. i i
Her maid looked at her with some
thing y like -. amazement, :' as ' the ma
jestic woman trailed her velvet rob
with such a superb air down the b'oad.
hall. : .arid as slie3 wwT'wrta; ier band
on the knob vf the drawing room door
about to enter
and meet tha;fdc pied
cra chos-n. ?
man he.- father's
4to be cmxiKUEbi)
We can do' more good by btia
Jo more good by bein-ood
other wir. Uxxi
. . j '
than in any
3ST. C, SEPTEMBER, 19, 1873.
Where a family of children are taught
irom cuiidhood to manhood and. wo
manhood, to be kind and loving, one to
anotLer, and bcc the daily exhibition of
ke kindness and love between the na-
rents antl in m the parents to them,
there we see strorg manhooJ and n
ble womanhood. Affection ' does rot
beget weakness, nor it is effeminate for
brother to be tenderly attached to big
j j -v ui, uuwimi,
the bravest man. On the batrlrt fiAM.
airii..-. il (jai DOV W1I mifrotha
n miny tt irible battles during our late' 'i
omble vah"I-alwars nvirCf1
bcy$ who had been reared under the
tenderest home culture, always endured
the hardships of camp4 the march, cr on
the bloody fiel l most silently, asd were
most duti.'ul at every call. More, much
more, they resitedjthc frightful trmpta
tiens tht bo Often En;rbu,adc4.them Dd
seldom returned to their loyed ones
fstamed with" the fins incident to war, -Another
point, they, were alwaya kind
aod polite to those whom they met m
the encm j 's country. Under tneir pro
teGtiou, woman was always siie, -.How.
often I have-beard one reginien com
pared With another, whei the cause ol
the'differeuce ?was triot comprehended
by these who drew the comparison. I
knewjhc caus'itvas" the home educa
We see the same , every day .in the
busy life in this city. Calf together
one hundred young men in our city and
sp-n'd an evening w-,th thm, and we
wi'teli you their home tducation
Watch them as they approach yourg
dadiep, and converse with them, and wc
will show, you who have b.-tn trained
nndcritrcj ryiucnce'?ot bome-'affecuon
art! pofilcnes', ahcl iho'sc who ha7e not.
, . Tlllt . ...I
!;"!1VVUU3 1ua.1t nu was accusiom-. j
'ed'to kiss hia sweet. ir.nr.ent. !nr?rr'
. ' fc
sis. it night and morning aa ihey met,.
shoxv3 its iillaecc upon Mm in ha ;
w:ll n vcr forget and when he shall!
tsk ;''tte one to his Leart as'hls wife,
Slif1l" r.t'ap tLe K'l1'1 fru;t. thereof. i
T4eyoucg;rman yvhoj was in- the ha'dt!
of giving his i rm to his sistix as they,
walked to and frym. church, will nevir
ieav- Lis wife to fi jd her. way -as br,st,
shecar. The youagmaa who has been!
taught io see that Ins sister bad a seat
before he s ugln his, will never mortify
a'-ncglected' wife inthe pTcnce "ct
strangtr'. And that young man who
always handed a chair ,o his sister at
the table, wi'l never have caue t.iblubh
as he sees ' some genthm'ea ' ex-end to
his Tifc-4he. courtesy she k uws is due
from him. '
If I were to give you a moito to go
through hft;:wHh,one that will atan you
forwarnicg aud counsel in any ttrait
in which ou might find yourselve?, I
woid I give it i:i this one word, jow.
Dou't waste your time and ycur
strength and yonr opportunities, by al
ways meaning to do something do it!
Only weakness cornea of ludecisi m. i
Why some people have so BjCcustomed
thtmseives to this way. of dawdling
along from one thing o another, that It
really -seems impossible for them to
f qaarely make op their mindi to anj-vthing.t;-They
. never qui ic . kno w w hut
they niean todo next; theironlyplca'si
nrseema to consist -iu pntling tuis eff
as long as possible, and then draio":
slowly through. ,thpp, rather than be
gin anything-di?-- ,
Don't live a tingle liour efyourllfe
without ,dou xxvitly fwIiHt is to bo
done in it, and going straight through
it Tern U-gicaicg to end. Wtrk, p!y.
KudyJ whatevtr it hf take hold at
OLcet and Cni-h it cp sqtisr.iy tnd
c'.caniy, and jhtn- to the next lhicr
without letting any moments dropout
r ai s won leiiul 1083: how many bouri;
these prompt people contrive to make
of a day ; it's ; a4 i t they picked up the
momenta that the dawdlers lost. And
it you ever fhd you;tclf wher; jouhgTe
so many thirg pressing that yen hard
ly know: bow to beg?n, let me tell jou
a secret ; take hold c f the Very crt one
that cme3 to hand and yen wil: fiad
'the real a!l fall into S'e'ind f ft
Ta . ....
, " .v.
like comninv of w, ll-driiled m!J;k
j aRti thrush woik may be hard to racirt
ben it ehng-s'-in a sqaie1; it !s eii!
m - - 1 J
Yoam?r tve en tht t-wedote cl the-
plMbv much iiXu : Jifc. 'My falber
, , . , , - . Z.
aLff"irS V9Sa5.d-dj V . 7
lb &crct-,the magic wd Xtw.'
SCIENCE AND ART.
Xct, n XIcli 0110 Viiotlior,
This little sentence should be writ
ten cn every heart, and stamped on
every memory. It shou'd be the plden
ru!e practiced, not only in every Lcusc
hold, l-ut throughout ths world. By
lulpirg oce another, we - not only rc
move thorns inm the pathway and
atxlety frono the nv'nd, . but we Iccl a
SCrae Of f1nanri nnr nu-n tirirtt l-inm
in" wc are doinsr a Jutv to & Veil Aw.
creature. A helping htnd or an ec-
couragirg word is no lo.s to us, yet it
i a bcctfii ; to. others. Who has-not
felt the p- wer.of this littie senkoce t-;
Wl a haa cot needed the cncourge
meet and; Vid ot a kind friend ?.r How
soothing, when perplexed with seme
tak! that, is.- mysfermu and lurdcn
6ome, to letl a g n.Ie.bandi pa the,
shoulder, a kind voice whirperlng, 'Do:
not be discouraged, I see your troubles,
let me btlp you.1 What : strength 'u
inspired. What hope created 1 v What
sweet gratitude is felt ? . And . the great
difficulty is d solvcd aa dew beceatb
the sunshine. Yes let us help cce anv
other by endeavoring to strengthen and
encourage the weak. end lilt.the lurden
of care from the weary and oppre&eed,'
that life may idido swiftly on, and the
fount cf bitterness yield sweet waters ;
and he whose willicgband is ev-r rady
to aid us will reward oyr ; tumble en
deavors, and every good deed will b
as bread cast ; upon the .waters, to re
turn alter many 4av?, .jf not to u?, to
those Wi lov.. ;
When I was 'a little 'baby ' gals
would "never 1? t ime be,' fdr' "every
one would snatch meup'ir d place me on
her knee ; then sd kiss ;siuceze a .d
hug me, -rm sure 4Dad, and " Xdm'
,mnst have .vonder'et. I-aurvived it
but I stood it like a-lamb! - And again,
whie but' in Vboyhood, tlieyd tempt
nie f'mn myv home, - through igtrdcufe
asd through '-pleasure grouiid, o'er
fairy spots to roatn ; then with luscious
-fruits and sweatmeats my small tummy
ther w-ouid cram,' and half stife me
with kisses l ip I'fetooJit ike a lamb!
tVbea. older: .still, -theye'd Hure : mc'
througliilit.gle' or dell, to gather tnts,
or flowers or ferr s - and they seemed
to love it well t Yet started, of the tri
fles, with sh:iek tlia't seemefl n6'sham,
they'd fling their J arnn1 arottnd inc '
but I stood i w. like a lamb ! ' ' At last
one channiug creature, (who : could
most my soul cr.tfianc;,) by wondrous
winning archness, and a te der, melt
ing glance seemed to say, "You know
you love me, why not take me a3 1 am!"
and I felt, oblige to do it - but I stood
it like a lamb! Urns through childhood,
youth and manhood ay.! each mo
ment of my life - my heart has felt the
, witching power, of girl, or wife; and
the speH w i 1 leave me neve", for a po
tent dam, woman's cliarms tubdue me
never - but i'l stand it like a lamb !"
. lie who doat keep hix stkret 12 nn
wiz but he who tracts biz happines3
tew another iz a dowtrightph olj
This hfcz alv us b'.a the rule, and al
vcs will b-no man Iz grate uafcsi bo
iz gocd, . ,
There iz msre weak men in this world
than thara iz wicked oi;e?. - -
The man who kiowa' hor and tehen
tew ackt k jovri nuCT.
Manner iz m re p-jwer.'ull than nn
tir epcahi!y iaa monk.-y.
. Tnare iz only a phew men la thia
world whoze cipioyuus I rencrnti, aad
yn, mi fiiend, a'e one 07 them.
tit w!r don't lav hirr.iclf vcx-t h:z
ppl cn I i hafing evryr,' eldy flsi
I tif.T ceen men who wr.z t 1Z7 tc-r
sit in a b-at Hid. fib; th'j luk't
presence ov miml rruff tew bite a book'.
Firne ir m la !der, a' hrd th'ng tew
klimb up, but cj ec'uiT tew Llimb
dovr. ' . , .', . ' "
A bright and good-natcreJ old man
iz a suany diy in winter. " ' ;i
lJuty, witlou. br in-, f, iz nothing
more than a graody piktur. " ,
- , Jon BiLtrso. ;
The fuilnwin ism e: it able extr.ct
from a letter to hU m tbet of a young
New Yctkr, who hhi been sntding a
month with bis unciot Sjmmit, New
p rj jr m,
ms. fl. bo,u
'Jersey r ibe p acta- trecf.sra too alie-
toc'itub; DLC.e woi. Ut
ia the rati in s therc'i
no biruV -til l art'tr-vi thit I can e;.
hic Lmw pijt uola.'oo iuj lest
V mwr wy man 1 am, who
lJUh'mr, wea- go'.d cbaia, ,cd
X warit to s , bomi. " .
( - '
Tlio Cinioity of ti JTly.
Ti'k abcut the cariosity of womea 1
We will back a 2r against any worn 10
Jajt warch bita aj be giiley travetses
a bald man's cranium, ha'.ts cn the cje
lid, aad taking a cuisory glance around
him, waitza over .to the tnd cl the
nose, pet ps up oni nostri', and Laving
ai'isdcd his curiosity there, curvets
ovtr the uprtr Hp and takei a gUrce
up the other. With a sUUfictory smile
at having seen all there ia to be seen
there, be makes a be line lor thfe chin,
stopping a moment to xplorc the carity
farmed by the c!ojd lips Arrivirg at
the chiry he takes a notion to creep
down ucdtr the hirt.2obi.r, buttu
dtnly hciitatirg, he turns around at if
behai b-rgotton s mcthing, aud pro
cecd to aa exploration of the ears
Thig concluded, ' Le cr.rriei out" rdia
original intention, and diiapp'ears be
tween the ceck and ihirt-collar, tmcrg
trg, a!tcrthe lupue of eorae' ciuatej
with an air eeeraing to raj he hid per
lormei his doty. What matte: s tho
frantic attempts to catch f him, the en
raged gesture-, and.t'je profane lan
guage fs TLey do nnt duturb his
equanimity r.ot a moment. Driven
fromene epot he al-ghts on another
he finds bsbas' got a duty to'pvferm
and docs if. . '
Said a youn'd husband,' whrse bn:i
ness fpvtu'ations were unjnccessful :
'My wife silver tea ee the bridal gift
of a rich uncle, docrccd me to financial
ruir. It in'vo'.Tvd a Luadrcd expect
ed txp:nsc., y.hich,lin frying to mcc,
made mo the baakrupt . that IxSm,'
His is the expenence ofnaany other?,
less whe, who do not know what is the
goblin of tho bous , wcrkicg its des
struction. A" tagacious father of great
y?ltb exceedingly toort;fl;d. J hU
ddugbter by ordering to be printed oa
her wedding card', - prtsc nts ex
cept those ad a pt vd fo a n4 infcnniij o1"
1.C03 dollur.-.' ' Saia',Ijc',:,;rcu must
cot exp ct t begin life ia the s!y!j!I
am able by ;mary years cf labor to ic
'dulge'; andl kaow of no:hing which
win tempt you more "than the well in
tended but pernicious gills'- of irich
A mong ths memoranda ol. a young
manvwho "a3 ; recently married, were
these : -Things to be done this after
noon, before the wedding ; Get somt
keys to fit valise; engage carriage for
train ; get license 10 marry ; get shaved
and hair trimmc 1 a little ; tew button
oa black brecckc, and get a pair of
suspenders; buy a bottle of perfumery ;
be sure to wash feet welL
'Yep, take ter and we'etme,' respop.
ded an Illinoia frmer, when a yeubg
sewing machine man a?ked lor his
.blushing elaughter. -Sht's run away
"With a schoo!mster, elcped with a
showman, shot a wildcat, aod whip
ped her mother, and the s oner yon
tak her the better.
The best preventive against chapped
bands Is to be careful,' In washing,
that the soap was entirely washed pfT,
and afterward to wipe the bands per-fect-y
dry, rubbing them briskly, until
there U not " the slightest , ' feeing ' f
Tape nTa.s Grndp Weil Will,
how are tJiu jgt't'u; y t I jiuppote
jou are a clever little man, by this
time,? ..... .
1 t .' -.
Willi. 'I should rat her thiak I was.
I cartOght any bny or girl iascboed
school mhtsi yw, andnj xaV, too!'
' Why doyoa' u?o' palar". aakcl a
vfolnit of bis danghter. : !For the
?anie reason that you us- roiin, papa."
'How' that?" "Why, to help me
d aw my bow !" C "
..A heart that Is, full of.lov caai for
give all severity towarda'it'f. but not
towards another; to pardoV the first Is
a dutpr, but to pardon Injustice to
wards anothir, U 'to ftartakc of h
gnnc in ... u
. 1 u
There is-time for-U iLings. The
irne to le&reis whea ayoaug ldy atki
yoa wha. srrt of aday it is Ur walking.
TiUU0U0.HGn If QU.SE;
; . RiLElGK, H. C. i - ' 1
a. W. IVa.irijtor.
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R.VTES OF ADVERTISING.
(10 uxks ok ixsscmsnrcTS x sqims
Cne rq'nreoneinvrtion. ........tl CO
One Hach suhNequfCt Insfrtloa.. 19
Cne " Cntraonth t.0t
tn Two month ..lid
Cne Three mootlH. 5$
Cne Faxmonta; J9jft 4
OLe " Twelvemonths... 15
.Contr-ct s foi far rcr trace mads oa libera '
term' , . .
STATE LIFE INSURANCE
'; :" : ' OFFICERS: ' :
Hon. Kemp P. Battls, Trtildcat.
P. U. Cameron, Vice-Presideat.
it. u. uic&, occrttary. -
Dr 13. UaywooJ, lied. Director.
Dr W. I. Kjyster, Au't Med, D.n;
J. B. Btthe;or, Attorasy,
O. LL Peirj, Superriacij Atrt.
." ! -
Hon Knmp P Batle, Hoa Tod n CsJ4
Wtfll. Hon John W Cannioghia, Col T
M Holt. Hon Wm A Bmith,' Dr XT "I
Ilakiwcs, Uoa Joha liaaatng. Get Tf.
KCoxColLW Humphrey, U Tt'
Murphy, Col Wm E Andeisoa, Jcla Q
Williams, Col W L Saunders, LI Y ilx
Aden, Co" A A AlcKoy, I J Yecr
Jamea'A Graham, F 11 Caoeroa, J J
McRae, J B BAtcnelor, J C Blake, WaN
ter Clark. W U Upchurcb. J J DiiLu
John Nichols. ' ' '
FEATURE 3 AND ADYAXTAQ23
' l !"- . . . .. ,
It is emphatically a, Ilotse Coapary
Its large cspital gnaraalees stresU
and salety j
Iu rates are as low as thess.cl iaj
firtIass Cum nan v. .' . .
-. Ic offers all desirable forms ot
' Its funds are iaretUd at" hens sLl
circuUmd among jooi oam people. ,.;v
. .-.No ceces&axj reUricdops itapt::!
upon residence. or tfsTel, , ' f
Policies non-fdrfcltablt" aiur Tt:
years . -
lis officers and directors art proni
cent and well-knonn JSurth Carolina
ia-, whose experience asbuslaetsc::3,
and wbota Worth aod Lattgrity srsj
fchvuo sulUcient guarantees of tue Con
rajy'a strength, solvency aad sacctsn .
Geo. 8 Bktr, Local Age ot,- ' "
II A, London. Lcnuborg, H. 0, '
District Agent, Pituboro, If, 0 -
IS" Good Ag.au, with whoa Ut -rai
contracts will be made, aa led Ix
every county la th fiutr.
' mu 21 Cu -
GREEN & ALLEN.
Grocers And ,
CO 31M LESION 1IERCHANT
. Bollcit ConaixaaisaU X
Cot to xx, Tobacco, YVlxont
ITloux, Corn, and
Agents for ths Excellssxa Ccttca.
Fertilizer and GuIlLtU laiproTtd CUtl
Uruth Cotton Gaa. ...
Ko. 110 Sreuaors dtrsst, Fstsrts vj:, Ta
ikO. 1 -1 j
H H. Hadlson
K WHOLESALE , :
f And agent for the sale f .
. CI3ARS, iC. ; ;
IOC Sy-Jtaora Etrect,
F. H. JARrJAII.
FxarxuxTaa N C
(At Morse & Ballocks c-'d bUad)
i ties thu tr.el4od of Informing' tb
ciilz;& ot IVatklintoa aad sarrouafiin
castf that he has ca ban 1 a good -hetiu
ui Dry G oJs Groceries Hard
w.r'e'i-. waxahewiti sell atreao
a'k priuis - F UJajlulx
I-al3 3 4 . t
flu J IliiM G. Lul lT- 1 f
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