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GEORGE S. IiAKEIl,
Editor and Pbopkietor.
All letten addressed to
Geo. S. Uakkr,
FSXPAT.'...!- JANrART, 20. 875.
' Tbe Democratic State Vxecutivo
Committee at tbeir meeting, beld en
tbe 20th, a rcsolat'vii in favor of a
Contention. The CormEB, has x
pressed itself opposed to the call just
at this time, and we are yet in doubt
i to tbe jpolicy, but should the Legis
lature in its xv'wdoin 'tV:nk bes to paw
" ibis bill, the '.'..urier will, be found in
f tiV- minnortlnff it with all
uw . ll a
No sucb thing can be tel. -rated.
matters not by v:liwi it Is proposed, it
trill nev-r I e submitted to. . I be roih-
tarj authority must be kept in strict
suborui nation to tne civil. The Execu
tive is to execute laws, not to make
their. These principals are oprlicab.e
to all times and all. circumstances, and
then must be no departure from then.
We hare .ill - felt that this country
owes a debt of jatitudeto Gen Grant
and Gen. Shoridaa for their conduct
during the war j but by their recent
arbitrary interference in Louisiana af
fairs they arc rapidly cancelling th-t
bealtl y peofle and a rreat deal of
siefcnes-M b'lt when we ciras nobody
was sick, and they did?nt look like they
had been scAr,'and they did'nt lok
like they xc re go rg to he s dz. We
kept waiting and expeLtinj to sea fome
evidence of bad health, hut it 'did'nt
come. We kept ourselves in readiness
to fly to-the; West n the Qrst ap--proach3of
diWave,, but strunge to say
onr hfinl h ;oi msueed imp'-ou" as
soon as ve reached the" place auT we
have bad better heaub sine we bavft
1 -... f.A- - .-. Vw f . Ill
our life. When we start d o Confer- I lit mi 1 1- ilUiliS. uui-LU I
ence we had'nt buriad a siugle white
NOTICE ! NOTICE ! !
' -v at'
B, P. CLIFTON'S.
My tik of Win'er G-ood is nw
cou p hu-t I iuUnd to e!l th.m Ex-
crtrUingiy Iww lor
Hear what the New York Ihrall
says about Grant and the 3rd term :-
44 So long as tbe republican party
maintained i s old ascendancy and
shewed uo signs of decadence it was
natural (or President Grant to tru t to
common political arts With that par
ty in an assured majority .he had ooly
to eecure its romination to realize his
hopjsi and the activity of the office,
holding interest 'might hare been rep
lied on for packing tbe National Con
vention in his favor. But since last
There will be a meeting of the Demo j
cratks Conservative Party of tbis.eounty
at ' tbi Court House on Saturdry the J year's elections have deraonstrated.that I nearly as remarkable for good health
tbe republican nomination will Dot be
term , tactics. H.s mere nomination
will be more easily secured when its
worthlessness to an ordinary candidate
abates competition Tbe difficulty will
be in electing, the nominee, and tbe
' from every part of the county is J game the President is playing looks
Thi nnriva led '"edi in ; w rr.ntdnot
o-nnran.i jtf im.icf of Mnitcritv or
any inj r oi a tie-, a subt nee bit is .
confci:nirtlios9 - theru toot nnl Fe h
h ch a:ill H-s I'r vi in-e has ,l .. ed ,111
eDisUtn- vi her L ver I) Ta-- iiiw p -va
1. It ill nire I risrar v ueit bv D--raDgemtut
of .ue Li -e b il ow Is
Simons Ljyer Seriate? or meiiciEe
It en hwtlr a F;B!lv c'n : iid tv le-
miarepresnted, or that it bad temi- j i., ke, t r-ady f r m "m-d at ioo t w .l tavo
derfully improved tn a very short tunc, I u liuie d docr'i bus
A nd over Fort. Ye r-.' 1 it is till re
crirn g h - mot unqualified te. ;nio jiU to
.t vi.tnes ftpm e cf :t h gu t cliar-actai'MiMlre-'p
ni . lit .'tii-iiiei.t pa skans
CMiumend ii n th; tu si
EFFECTUAL bPE;iFIC .
resident of the place not even an in
fant, and w up to that time, had not
had a single white person j to die Va
town the two alluded to above died af
ter rhat.s 1 dont think I was called to
see a single sick prs-m during the year,
hence I come to the conclusion that
Louisburg had been most terrible
but from the following which I copy
from tic Franklin CuniER of January
2nd 1874, it will be seen that lb73 was
' 30th inst ., for the purpose of discuss
ing the Convention question, ('apt. C.
M. Cooke, and T, T. Mitchell Esqr.,
. 1 .
(onr reprefentatives) will be present,
mA JmWm in 'fticertain tbe wishes of
the people. : A full , I representation
FOlt Ly-rEP6lA Oil I I GES'lIOX
By order of , '
COL. W. H YAPiBROUGH.
Cnr'm. Ex. Com.
further ahead than a mere nomination.
number, one was from Pneumonia, tbe
person being C6 years old, one from
Consumption, one from disease of the
Kidneys, one from Congestive chill,
, one .in infancy and two agd respect
ively, 74 and; oU years, it is very
BynopalN oFtlto lTeioi-t of
tlo CoiicrroKWloiiui ??im
and make their votes in tht Pre'iden-,
tial election depend on bis will. By
reviving and inftumingtheold animosi
ties between tbe North and tbe South
be hopes to get tha votes of iaany of
tbe Northern Statt-s and to secure his
success by military control of the
Southern eleetmns. The third term
question, tnereiore, comes up in a
mire dangerous aspect than ever. It
looks as it General Grant were detei
mined tc re-elect himself by trampling
down all rights in the South and mak"
ing the bayonet the instrument of po
litical sucea?. The same means by
which he undertaken to cbaage tbe
political character of Southern Legis
latures would be equally effected in
controlling the Soutkern electoral col
leges, and he would seem to be trying
how far be may go in cmployiDg the
army to frustrate elections, with a view
to future optrstions, when all his hopes
will be finally put at stake. FpiUd in
this I y the patience and persistence of
the Southern people there is another
' tnmWTWd was fraudulent, uniust i ean on which he my rely. Inspired
. . . I , j organs hint of troubles with Spain and
w.m mtYr r rno rarv law ii lit if-i i -
J t ft o rfVivil fit f h Virmima rlifripnitw
We hive munv prif.vnnpps -wth Rnir
, 1 L- "" ! . dui no more mtn we naa ny years
.vue uegiaiaiuiw. v.... . agp, ana no a nerent trom those that
facta undispiscd :' hav harassed.prtvious administrations.
First- The Jlaturhing Board had ..Our country contiguous to Spaioith
torepareda- list -of one hundred and six pos essiocs and to countries formerly
members, of wlvom, under its manipula
tions, fifty-three were Republicans, as
was supposed, and filty-three Democrats.
Thus this 15oard attemj-ted to set aside
the will of the people of the State.
8econd-r-One hut il red and six racm
ben met on the Wi of January atd
proceeded to choose a Speaker; the Re
here, as 1874. "Tha number of deaths
t ta an election, the Presideat among the white population during the Armed wi hUU antidote all chm te ml
fnroii tn fhanatk hia Ihirrl ' 1 ' Ce '..:. CUnen f Wat t awA f d 1 J bo faced
forced to cnange his third pasVjear, s jonly seven. Of tnia Wittloutfea . a. a item dy iu W ots
U EVI.BS L U JA. PU-L.T-, lit STLtHsMS
IT HAS NO EQU4.L.
It it the Clietpt-st, Fit .t -i d Be t Fami
ly Vedcie i-iie Acrd!
Ik tn.imfiC u ci o 1 tv
J K ZKlLiN A CO
MACON Ga. it! d : UILADKI FHIA.
THE GR lllT
I will mike it to youradvanlage ta exam
ioe my Goods before purcbrt-ing else
where, if you will call I will satisfy you
that what I say is true.
In addi i n to my stock of
I keep a's a eup.rb stock of
V1NES, BRANQYS & WHISKEYS,
All of be very beat brands.
I alo have a splendid suit of
Nicely nd comfurUb'y fitted up in the
set oud flor ol my ttore, Ut SaL1sM5
traveiii g with samples and Meals at
BEST AU R ANT.
AVnoLKSALs & limiL GnocKia
Commission til erchanls.
. LOUISBURG, N. C.
TS take thi metlsod of informing
tbe people cf Frank'in and adjoining
oiintk-s that we ititt nd. after the !irt
of January, 1875, to conduct the
AVIICg.liALE & RETAIL
Giocery and ( omiui.siou Lusiuess iu
all its various brucbes. Taving iuhde
an necessary arrangement with Man
ufacturers, fillers and Pork I'ackers
and having made
with the Pail Roads and Transpotation
.'ornpa ies, therehy sec iring the very
LoWKsr possible Fi,KiuuT,'aud havinj
ample means to
for all of our goods, we inted to sell
them much lower tliau they have ever
beeu sold iu this market before To
Merchants and Farmers who desire to
buy in pac nge, in less quantifies than
a car load, we wi I guarantee to sell at
"Northern PricesFreight added"
"We are now receiving the larjj. st lo.
f Flour ever offered for sale in this
u.arket manufactured expressly- for
our House, which Ave re ofleriug at
preatlv reduced prices. We warrant
every barrel to be as represented.
We c-.l special atte tton to the follow
ing B ands whica. cauuot e had any
Dr. It. E. ICHS G
Ofleis bis Profession ar Services to
ba public in
TS'eget tbe following synopsis of tbe.
report of tbe Sub-Committee on Loui
siana affairs from the Wilmington Star.:
Tbe members of tbe Committee were.
Massrs. Foster (Rep.,) Potter (Pern,,)
Philips (Rep.) . ;
"The points of tlie
report arc these in brel: ....
. ' Firpt Tbattbc last election in Loui
aiana was, in tbe won s oft.be comfnit-
U "full, fair, free and peaceable.''
Second That it ref ultcl in the iclec-.
tion of a Democratic majority of twenty
nine in the lower house of the Legisla
ture. ' ' I . "
Third That the report of the R
It is 'apparently his policy to bring tbe I gratifying tous, to state upon authori-
Southern Statet under military control J ty of the Physicians, tbat there has not
been a single case of malignant fnver
within tbe limits of the town."
So far. as both oui experience ai.d
observation is concerned (and we think
we have been here long enough to form
an opinion) Louisburg is as healthy as
any town in which tfe ever lived and
we have been living in what is consid
ered the healthiest portions of the
State all our life. ;
"i We make this public statement
"first, because it is true and is due
the people of louisburg, whose
beau titul and pleasant little place has
been mihrepsented, we make it in tbe
second place to correct the impression
which has gon? abroad that Louisburg
is unhealthy and in the third place
because several having heard us ."nake
a povtion of it trom our pulpit and all
of it privately have requested us to
make it publicly which we do witli a
grebt deal of pleasure. .
F. L. Reid.
200 lbs. iiq
TSlx- Willie 3Xit-3iel Si
under the Spa .hb crown. The ten-
deucy f our 'ruauiftst destiny" has
Mr1. Willie Mitchell Sr.., 'lives
iu that portion of Franklin County
known as the "cut off," formerly a part
of Granville county. lie was bcru' in
"Wake cownty near Rclesvii'.o en the
22nd of January 1781, and has cuse-
with the policy and dominion of that
nation. We have been incessantly
drivipg the descendants ol Cervantes
from a Continent over which they once
ruled. From the very nature cf this
geographical and political rtlation it
publicans present actually taking part would lead to mi8understanding;with
in the proceedings-1 by nominating a
candidate for. Speaker and voting for
him, by accepting appointments as part
of a Committee on Credentials and or
ganizing with this ct.mmitfec and by
their toUs in the House on the Speak
ership giving fjuoiuin, which the Dem
oerata then present would not alone
have ? had. Witt received fifty-five
amy he a 'foreign war; . Does be eek to
win tha next campaign by this bloody
sign " .
votes," Uain (Republican), tVo, land publican pir'y, defeated in his plan for
one waa blank ; and fifty-six is the .wn
atitutional quorum. When the mem
bers were sworn in, fifty-one democrats
and five Republicans took the oath, I
making an indisputable .and regular
quorum of the House.
Third The LegYature was th?re-
after dispersed by Hinted Statoa troops.
Fourth The Republicans jiroceeded
to organise, but here w the impor
tant and vital pointthey had have no
been to bring us into constant collision j quently just entered his 95th yar. and
is perhaps . the oldest per h in the
County, He married in'carlylife and
raised, a family of eight children, live
are now living. His wife died in 1857,
aged about 78. He has upwards of
forty grand children living, and about
the same number of great grand chil
dren. In politics Mr. Mitchell has
been a Democrat since the formation of
thfe party, and has voted for the Can
didates of his party more times than
any man in the county. He has never
been known to fail to, be at the election,
and the tax gathering. He. is remark
ably active both mentally and physical
ly for his age He lias been a fanner
of be al.ov. p pu'ar FKRTIL1ZSR,
.r.sli frnm thfln u c'n.- r--. ii. tiOOD
DUY i r 'e , u STuliE' .1 ..a :e.i y lor
ifl'ci y ' .' -.
In jki tint a.-.r.e may 1 e dis-ppoin
u.l t!.;s yr in munnj; a supply ot
tiuii y hiicccs'.lul Ms-nmr, we rr-(;u-;-t
o.:r ccs.oniers to t;i l aud g? t ii
a ' ' r e.
Pi. ICK TWO DOLLARS re-,trn
e s tiau.tast ftr. S'pe.id contracts
wild bo n;a;le i'h thattt desirii g to
uivha5e tor ot on
While & Shaw,
Maufucturcrs Aent: .
; COTTON G-IN.
Have your Cuttou t,inned at
MY G I isr,
I gi;ar7.ee & bfile wri-Jn? g
100 lbs. From 1100 lbs.
Otgood eci Cotton ii cludii g
llagging and Ties.
T aUo pav the highest pri' e lor Seed
f'o'ton, iit C'asn r -Mer UHndUe. Ail
(Jouoii received at ij Q.n is
hs 8:on a t ceived, at mt owu ezpenb' .
b. p. mm,
LOUISBURG N G.
Barroir & ricasants,
LOUISBURG, N. C.
C ?4 e -.1
5 - So
ri i . -t O '
- H - -
Louisburg att Tarrenton over
Dents Hotel, Norwood A DavisVtore.
JOS .J. -DAVIS.
ITT'Y aM COUNSELLOR at LAW
.LOUlSCUi G. FilANKLl O). N C
Wi!lprct'ebin the ev-rl f!oirfn ..f (Inn
vi!: Fiankliu, Nnoh, Warren ai.J WiV .
. E- rroinj t Attention ii.tlo tk cotiee
tion aud ri-mit;. c ol uon?r.
July 15. 1371. 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. Frassusiok, N. C.
Will practice in the courts 'of the 6;h
Prompt attention ctten t t-.: collr
tioa of claims. No S f
C. M; Coote, W. H. Sccncer
CQOK & SrEiTCEi
iTIORHEYs AND COUNSELLORS
A.T LA W,
LOUISBURG N. C.
WiHatfe-d the Ciitif NH',Fra.r.V'
Sin, Granvdle, Wrtcn,-.nl W.nk- (uu
Us. !s the Siipr m- (,urt . t N i;u
v asolititi and the C
C fi'tiit nii ii
MANUFACTURED EX I HIE SLY
Barrow Si PleasahtSo
LOUISliURG. N C,
C'c, c' R'o.tnt ai,d !t r.hTj a reft
Ae Pr'i'pst! .o Firi ''i
! !! kin ;,.
Ncctfy d-.n-e. I a I 'E.-j:-ro.
A'". ' Ixln 1 .!
Ere'; a "
p,e c..Ar .Uj 'V' r-Tn'-V .S
mi Oia' -nr'l Cui l "on .
AV T 'ers ( n t" C ik m'i -r " ri j-
in u v (
Sp an. We have had this foi a half
century, not alone during .Grant's ad
ministration. If .the President bad
inteaded to extend aid to Cuba and
recognize its independence lie could
have done so on raaay occasions ; bnt
be has stood aloo'i until now Ht ha
really been the ally of Spain in itf'war
up.h Cu'an indapendence. But piren
from bis 'hopes in the centralized. re-
the reviving ot the rebellion, his last I a h's ife antI kept up bis farm and
effort to retain control ol tbe country J superintended its cultivation in person
Tlic Ilcttltli oFIL.oiiiiiliirff
Tbe liealtb ef Ijouisburg was so
good during tbe last year tht it wis
a suViect of censiderable remark "and
... . ' i . . - - .
ought to be a subject of much grati-
J ; ' . I tude and thanksgiving to God.
o i i I scUlnm nrnrfntA Bii'n iiiccinrra nnfii
day to day : but, under the Louisiana 1 .... . a. . . .
J J i ' i. 1 ttlOVtnte tllAir flic hf. Ilnnnn hi rnr
until witbm a few years past. Since
then he resides one balf bis time with
each of his two sons. Mr. Calvin
Mitchell of Wake couuty and Mr. Wil
lie. Mitchell jr., of Franklin. He is
very fond of hunting, and can bring
down, his game oftcnei than many men.
younger than himself. He has never
had a severe attack of sickness in his
life and bids fair to celebrate hu 100th
I M P 0 it T ANT
ITavn: finisVied takinj; nn Inventory
m w d f n m v vr" & t
ci! si'fl 1 he la e rirfli ol K1JNU-
WtiirE & fcllA A . We are now pre.
pared to off r te the CASH TRADE,
many vci y d'.-ci led bargain!5.
Men- Ready Made Clothing,
L-due and Gcntltmen Uats.
Clot t s Jor Men nd Boys wear,
Boots and Sum s of all kiacii,
Harnesf, badrtle?, &?.
Among t e oods jut received, we
A nw lot ot Calicoes.
A Large lot of Cotton Goop.
I - . ' , '
100 Barrels Flour.
Boi.fi -t very low, and shipped at
f-pecial low freight.
Rio and Laguayra Coffee,
constitution, can do none of the acts of
we bad to.cbronicle the deatb by sick-
I nvB if nn I V tirn n-li ? a rrlna. tn V.. i Wl 1.1 Tl ''.
Fifth-Hence Iiana has to-day . -"-r faiUaDie riOUTinq, LHSl
, , . ' , ' ,)lace, out of near! v 1000 inhabitants. a
recularly oncamzed and competent ... , . , . . j c ns'u r r i
House 'of legislature, It can- Y "" - " - iui jaic
' . ' I fCllH FArual .ir.li.rYAii I "
not have a quorum, even on the report
of the Returning Board.
. Sixth Hence the ' 'pretended . elec-
tion of Pinchback is a fraud a'ld void.
Seventh And finally, nothing U in
the way of the aseuib!it!g and constitu
ting of a lcal , .House except Federal
X. w V '"11
A bayonets. -It congress vrni remove
them the initx House, tlie only regu
lar one, would fc 0!K-e asenilii
The eirlitli session f the above cemi
narj- will open promptly Wemi. aday 13
January aad continue fill, tweu-
tv wee-s. ' '
' Board per session including wash
ig, Mights, Fuel and Furnished
Rooms, $ 75 00.
English Brandies hrfull 12 50-15 00
French and Latin each, 5 00
Music on Hano, 2000
Gutar, 15 00
No charge for usejof Instruments.
No extras or incidentals.
Board one balf in advance, Tuition
at close of Sessioii.
Pupils who live in the County going
home Friday evening, and returning
iMonday morning, charged correspond
v irculars sent on application.
Miss Cornelia A. Crenshaw,
, ! Principal,
d&r With first class Assistants
a good school in a healthy
Castalia Male Acade
Will be reopened on Monday, Janu
ary 11th, J875,
William J. King, .-Ar-M. Principal,
TERMS per Session of 20 weeks :
English Tuition, 10 to 15$ Lan
guages," each extra, $5 Board, ex
clusive of washing aud lights, $ 50.,
half in advance.
Jno. A, Harrison, Oh. Bd. Manager,
Castalia. Nash, Co,, N. C.
G. W. M1NNIS,
S'X REASONS WHY'
T.usifou.niv rrtF. is
THE l'KSV MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE C MPANY.
this but we bad no sickness of stvj kind
carcrly We don't femem'ber now to
bave beard of a case of protracte.d r
Ti e Pivii rr.ill property ti'ua'etf n
S'indy Creek inrank'in cmnty is of
fer? fof sale en reiionnble trrmt.
The vil!s are in cr od rnnnintr erder.
ara nraw cutom trom a lire tcooe el
:ii i . , , . .. i
fCTt-.e in cm oi any kind, during the .country. Uonrec'ed with tbe mills u
whob year. Never in onr eir.prienm i 80 cr" of cood 'and.
have we known a place so bigbiy favor
ed in health. The reason why. we
noticed it. so particularly wa, that be
ft re we came' here wi bad received tbe
impression that Louisburg. was a very
unhealthy place, and one kind friend
lhe 2itw loric Jjeager, a pap?r
which has always been a grwt .dmjre told us bat it was especially unbealtby
for ladie?, hence we came here at the
bidding of. Conference, we must con
fess, with a little fear aud trembling
Our "loved ones at home" - in tbe
West were rather apprehensive and
cautioned us particularly not to remain
. oi Gen. Grant, and a sti ong frie id: to
the administration, this speaks of the
conduct of tbe President ib theLosisyi
Una affair. . "IFhiteter difference of
pinion there may be among tbe readers
' of the Ledger on other public questions,
-p'y to W. L. THORP,
R cky Moont N. C
To lhe Public.
. TTavinjr tnved my shop to mv bous
a'rnt hnTt mile from the bsinees psrt
ni i in, on tne ,r rankiinton rrad I
tek" p'eaare in infoirning the prorle
oi rrantcMD, tn l am prepared t do
a'l wo?k iu my 1 ne, as cheap as can be
'one- elsewhere. I am verv thaokiul
fr past patronage, and nincerrly hope
mat jou t in c! ntsnue ta pitroniz. me.
I am very Respect fully f
, .ISII4M GREEN".
P.-F. Parties wishinff to hare work
we think they . will all agree with us hurc during tbe summer months. Af- done, will leave it with .Mr Ballard, at
v.4 !,.. . .i...u l, : r I t-r rAAivinrueb an im.reKif.na tliT I wessrs. uarrow & P easants store and
that there Rhould never be a reign of ter receiving such an impression as this
niKUry power in the United States. J one expected to find a great n.any un
will be attended to promptly.
C-and Extra C-Swgar,
Eu!k & Bacon
All for Sale at lowest ri'i?.
While & Shaw,
EVrRY persoa s-ndin; rsSOcfnts
till rfceiv -, repultily f.r i. month.
The Socvexih, Inre, eiht pHu lirt -
ajj aua f:itily j luri.ai, and a prem
ium, w nen tree, two umcnificent pjc
ture. "Little white Kire-.s" Ttry
cunrdnu and pretty, and "3W Lt'le
Ply 7c iw." a little girl with l.tr dg.
lMtn rare realiy oeantifu'. They are
14 x 8 incites io t z, and are splendid
works nl art, I -ei Hit printed io twelre
different tints and color Tta.y are "Wat Cll 111 aliPr JlTlfl Inw
bound to gire satislactiopj The paper aitllluaJkCI ailU JCW-
kx wDfii men' lis and two sa peril pic- I ft I or
at rr LiArtm W U T? TT l T . n '
K,:.W"R3 ' , WaUhe, and; J.welry. of the bes
, . -.. . .,,. . juniiuaoniina ai iowet p-icei.
Ageata wanted, to tell our fice ec- j All work pe sonlly attended to and war
eTaviofirs : S3 to 610 ner da .. lw I ranted. .
made. 1 u 63 Sycamore 8t,retersburr,T
In addition to our stock of Flour we
are receiving many other goods mak
l"g our stock fr superio'to any sf,ock
in the.pl ce, and we desire our friends
to know that we bought them to bhLL.
W shall keep constantly on hand a
large supply of meat of all kind a ;d
shall sell at the lowest figures. Liber
al advancements made on cotton placed
in our hads for sale or shipment.
" ALL RIGHT.
There is mo cause for excitement.
The bumii g noise dailj beard i caused
tj the large quantity of flour eit-g
moved at Barrow & Pleasants,
Whrlesala Grocery Store, and the
G rcat Excitement
at tbeir Retail Dry Good Store is caused
hj tlie yrtt rush to get' goods at the
heavy Uec:in in Dry Good.
(Kd No. 47. New 141 Sycamore Sc.
Execues every style of liken bs I mm
cid to lite size, in the" beat stvles of
ait. Pries mod. rt
ONLY TEN CENTS.
ONLT TEN CENTS.
ONLY TEN CENTS.
ONLY TEN CENTS.
tcoarante... Gl!ery establ'shed i a 1874
Tbeir Stock is tbe larifest ia L'uit
burg, having arrived within te la-t
wtek la addi'lm, tbey are t-ffung
Dollars wortb of all kinds of. Dry
Gttnls at great It reduced p'ice-. Tby
have ihe largest Stork of Ooda io
Loauburi;, and they intend to sell them
io maae room lor other to arrive.
Don't buy any where, until our Stock
and prices bave been examined.
CarroTf & Pleasants,
. Louisburg N. C.
921 CllESTXUT STREET,
lt. 'Biraue it i fne of ti e oi'ht
coiupanie iu the country, and past the
dv of experiments.
21. Because every p o'icy bel Ser is
a member of the Company, entitled to
all it advantages ami privil ge, hhv
it.g a right to vote at all elections tor
trustees and tpns has an influence m
its mans; -ment.
3d B c:iu e it ha th largest ccs-
mulatcl fur.d of any Lilc Insurarice
C mpany in the btate. ' ..
4th. Because lv ic n 'miral mn
agf-ment. i: ratio, of expenses to t'ul
income in lar beiow the nveritye or L fe
Companiis, - (See OfH.-ial InsuratiCe
Reports.) , .&s
5tb. li-canse it has gee; area more
lividends in number, and of a larger
'average percentage, than any Orapsny
in tbe United State.
For example: Policy "No 14, for
$5000. has leo paid to the witow f
a pbiUdelpb:a merchant, upon wbiJi
twenty hree uivKlentH nl oeen oe
dared, ae.agm fifty seven ytr ctor.
Had these dividends been und f pur-
rhu arlditiwna to this n.ilicv. 45.048
mote would have been realized ruk-
ng tbe Olicy worlh fll.'-4G.
6tb. BcCAUseit isliUral in i'.s irinn-
agement, "pr.irapt ia ita. eeitth-fottit.-,
safe beyond a contingency, and ita rait
are as low as aoy fxr,i cls tori.p4ty
in the country.
Principal Feanre. Soia'i expece
iljtotu'esecuritv.lar're ttxnrfi vr mium',
prompt payment ol lotscf , and liberali
ty to the inurea.
. ..... - it r r
W. H tliii, ueni, iaaager ur
Nor b CriliD. .
W. D. SPUUILL, GeuV. AtaT,
Frinkliatnn, N. C.
J 1 Warrehton ; - -
We bave on band a good iwrtoen
of Bagfies, C-irruires rhtons ad
Dixie; made anl CBisiieati.n ite very
best style, all Warranted for twtlte
Orders for anT Vehicle of arv btj',
filled at short notice, snd guaranteed
to pleas. Ilepainog doae on fL
All "sizes olFi'k'a
1IETALIC BUUUL CASES
always on band. . Also Weod CeScs
of any size.
We have a'a a good assert men t f
Camluic Burial Bobes, a new article,
fl?red very cheap.
JOHN W. WILLIAMS Jb CO, .
junelt ty. ,