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" OEQRQE S. l!AKETt,;j ,
Editor and Pkopwktor. .
All lexers adircFsed to
Geo. S. UajvEi:,
FRIDAr fr SMT., 17,l87i
A yicious sysTE3j,
In our last we adverted to the perni
cious results arising from the selection
pf the Ju4fi9 of tnp Supreme cpd Su
perior Cguftt 'by.tbo peoplo pKW?,
Instead of leaving fbi matter in tbe
hands of, the fcgis bjture to juig of
the qualifications jnd tjtncsa "nf aspir
ant for these pUeas. We pow. pro
pose to comment upon the ban'ui and
.disastrous effects, resulting frpmpbang
ing tbe system pf seletfogtfw Justices
of the Fece. ffntler tho old order
of things the Justices of the Peace
were, appointed by the Legislature
from among the Lest men in the com
munity. .They nerved without com
pensation ' of s pecuniary kind, but
felt themselves amply remunerated in
beholding the go6l 'prder and peace
prevailing in the toinmnitf in1 which
they wero instrumental in maintain
ing. They settled any small disputes
that might arise among their. neigh
bors, turned over tho violator of
the Criminal 1 Code to the County
Court to answer for his offence against
Jthelaw, and to be a gbnorgl popserra
tor of the peaoesad good order in
bis neighborhood, ' To sec things raov,'
ing around him in perfect concord and
unison, the citizens all ! pnjuying pros
perity and being wjppy , in the sense
pf security that tnay felt under the
protecting bandi cfthe la, he being
an instrument in the maintenance of
ills state of things was a far greater
The President announced the follow?
ins Standing Committees:
Committeemen Privileges anTEleC
.ttons.MessrsIanning, ot CatUsm,
Avery Wituer CbsmUrlain, Jordan,
Robbies, .Yi:cox,JJowmau. and B.unu.
Treamble and Bill of Rights.
Messrs. Turner, Singh tary, Bliveo,
Blocker, Nicholson, McCanless, Motz,
Bean and Yaogbau,
Legislative Depart rnejjr, its .Organi
zation. Messrs, Cliogman, Cunning
bam, Barrow, Carter, Frenpb, Justice,
King, ot Lenoir, Allman end Yaugban.
On the Executive pepartnient.
Messrs. Reid, Roberts, r pf Gates,
George, Ifassey, Kerr, Pripe, Manden,
HaftseU and Taylor,
On' the Judicial Department.
Messrs. Bonnet, Shepherd; Albert son,
Coleman, Barringer, Manning, ol
Chatham, Lehman, Green and Fair-,
On Revenue, Taxation and the Pub
lic Debt, Messrs. Durham, Stalling,
Hoffman, Cowell, Dixon, Dobson Do! a.
Cooper and Page. 'i.:.
On Suffrage and Eligibility to office.
Messrs. Bbober, Jams, Bateman,
Holton, Stroud, Woodffu, Roberts of
On Muncipal Corporations.-Jleesra.
Shepherd, LUmihop, lieuderson, Bur;
nant, McEachip, Jontf, . ot Yadkin,
Farrior, IJlapJf and McCorklc, - ;
On Cotporations, other than $Jnni-
OncfourtU-.of ; its population dies be-"
fore tfic seventh year, and one-half be
fore the seventeenth, Out of 10,003
persons only one reaches bis hnndrfeth
year,1 only one in 500 liis eightieth, and
onlypnem-100 his sixty ;fifth. Mar
ried people live longer than unmarried
ones, and a tall man is likely ta live
longer than a t-ho "t one. Until the
fiftieth year women have a better cl am e
for life than men but beyond that
perjo4 the chances are equal." Sixty
five pwsons out of 1.000 marry. , The
months of June and December are
those Jn hjch maniagea are roost fre
rjucnt. Children born in the spring
are generally stronger than those born
in other seasons, The number of men
able to bear arpis is but one-eighth of
the population. " The population of the
United States Js sow over 40,000,000,
of which one-eighth are negroes, myitis
20,000 Indians, and three times as-
many Chinese. ;' -y .'
A Field op BAttlhsjiakes. The
Newbern Journal of Coyimerce learns
that Mr. Franlf Ifartly, of Pamlico
county, lias a two acre wheat field an!
the grain has teen, for some time ready
for garnering, .but owing to the count
less rattlesnakes therein, no reaper can
be procured to (ll the work. It ap
pears that sometime since, M r, Ilartly
Rent one of his farm hands to this field
cJpai,-Mesrs.pocktry Jones.ct paid- f;tha "- nf ;Jn tfca wlieat
ill 'tt.t.v.. 'M.Ko,.;.1' noA'.'..'"'!;! I . , " X t . . ... 0 .
. w-. 1 hn tha man rirtn rMntnftit VArV milph
excited, and - informed his. employer
that by the Very fipst sweep pf the
cradle he " severed the heads of three
huge rattlers while a fourth, in the ac:
of springing - upon , him, came in con
tact-wiih the point of tlje scythe whkh
passed through its body and rendered
nix, Marshall, Bryan and Byrd.
On Education-. Messrs. . Morehead,
Badger, Anderson, of Madisoo, Bux
ton, Cing of Pitt, Rumley, Boj 4, Scott,
of Ocslow, and WbeeUr, - -i'..- .
. On Puaisbiuentp'. Penal Institutions
and Public Charities. -Messrs. Cole
man, Anderson, of Clay, Bell, Sinclair,
Jlort.on. Spake, Grantham Hodge and j it hors flu combat ; he tben dropped
OF RICHMOND VJL
OF HENDERSON N.C.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO BD
In as much as County Orders have
been altered, thereby practicing a fraud
upon the County, tbe Board of Com
missioners this day direct the Clerk to
issne public notioj throogh tbe COU
RIER, ami Posters in each Township,
requesting all persons holding' COUN
TY ORDERS issued prior to Jnly 1st
1875, to present them to tbe Register
Deeds ior Registration.
Cbrm'o. Board Com. "
J. a TUCKER,
Clerk. Louisburg, Jnly 5tU 1875.
We announce to the citizens of Franklin, that wc have opened in Iouisbuig
a large and well selected stock of DRV GOODS, FAMILY GROCERIES,
BOOTS fc 3UOES, Hats, CLOTHING & c. in tact, you can find most any ar
tide usually kept in a firt class Tillage st-re. Bat the best remains to be totd,
we intend to sell our goods at the VERY LOWEST PRICKS FOR CASH.
We pay special attention to our clothing department In which line we defy
competition. We earnestly ask that you give u a call, and examine oar stock
and learn our price", as we can make it to vptir iotereat to do so, COUNTRY
PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS, for which the highest
market prices will, oe paid. ...
- .. . . .
Court Street Louisburg H. C.
Oo Military Messrs. Badger,; Red
wine, Neal, JfowplJ, Wilson, Bullock,
Evsrttt, Davis and Harrington. .
On Amendment. Messrs. ' Tourgee
.. , J3 ft Clingman, Watts, THorne, Love.Lowp,
remuneration, than the paltry fees anM , , u , . .
' v Goodwin, Symth and Manning, ot . New
emoluments that are now appended to Hanover
the office, whieh act as an inducement M.Jaa Jjiii:'tl2''
' . - Pn MjacellaneousPsp visions. Messrs
for the worst men in the community AiberUoo, Crosby, young, Green, Sin
oftentimes, toscramble fH these plflces, gletarv, Scott, of Jones, QUarra, Sum-
in oraer inap vppy may op cnopa to mer, uud McloweJf.
make something for themselves out pf
it. Such men as formerly held these
places, and as are fit to hold them
now, will not enter into these scram
bles for them, and the coniequence is,
that instead of getting the purest and
best xnca in the community in these
places, we as likely nsany other way
get the worst. Good men, men fit
for tho . office i of , Magistrate, Men
whoso influanco in tho ponmupity is
such as to command and retain' tho
respect and confidence of the mem
bers of that community, an not
generally be prevailed upon to enter,
into the lists of candidates f r these
places, with such men as want to get
them for the emoluments pertaining
thereto. In the Kaste.ro pounties
generally a great hardship bj? ben
endured for this reason, all jtme
since the adoption of the present Ppn
stitution.. Our County wo suppose,
has hardly been afflicted as badly p
this particular a: some others have;
Yet ire have bad to contend with, ig
norance, favoritism, and corruption in
V On Revisiona.-j.Messrsl1 Reid, Clingy
man, Manning, of Chatham, IJennett,
Turner, MortbeaV Shober, McCorkle,
Pockery, Coleman, Barringer,' Tpurgee
At a meeting of the members of, the
bar of this County on Friday the 10th
Inst., to give expression to their fceU
ings of sorrow at the death of Mr. W.
K, ' Barham, His lion' Judge S. W,
Watts, was requested to act as Chair
man, and Armsitpl ijones as Secretary
TUo Judge on taking the cir doHver
ed a - touching and feeling eulogy on
the life and - character of the deceased.
The following resolutions were then of
fered by Mr. Gatlin, seconded bj'
Messrs, Batchclor, Davis, JJullock, Ed
wards, ppoke and JIjJ,chell n appro
priate remarks pn c papaptr dT Mr-
Whereas, since oy r, last njeeting, it
has pleaspd tbo Qret Jjaw-Giver pf fjie
world to remoyc ftoh ; midst our
late brpther William , Baran, uhftsp
the implement and ran frouj t)ie field to
report the startling bceuRence." Mr,
Hartley thinking the man . must be
laboring under some great hallucination,
immediately proceeded - to the field
where he ' realized to his horror and
surprise the facts as related; whereupon
he took up the tUc cratjlp and in mak
ing three swipes killed as many snakes
"by cutting them in twain. It was then
that his ears beenme deafened from
their hissing, and the virbratjon of the
rattles of these venomous reptues,
caused tho ground to tremble ftiu pjmke
like unto an'earthquake. t
Seaside Dangers. "Coma on now,
Ned,'' cried a New York girl nt Lonij
Branch the other day to a stripling
lover at hep aid
papa now kt's.takc a dive,"
; , "Your lather, is an awful , big and
stout man,"; observed the youth.
-Oh, never mind ; tha," ; exclaimed
the miss petulantly; "let's take a swim
just see tho great waves." , .
Pon?t you think it' dAngerous?',i
anxiously infjuiiel tbe lover, ghziug
up and down tbe botch,
"Dangerous ! No I There isnV
hardly any undertow at this poiat;
It's ' ' " '
, MOhjhut it isnt the undeptow I'm"
airaid , off'' , interrupted, the young
MLm't it ?' . . , '
No; it's your father's toe!" ...
And she couldn't get him to risk it.
COTTON C0HKI1SS10N MERCHANTS,
Respep;0dly solicit consignments of Cotton. Shippers who consign to us
" will le afforded every facility. . .
BAGOINQ aii4 TlES furnished.
AN ACT TO ASCERTAIN TflE IN
DEBTEDNESS OF TflE DIFFER
ENT COUNTIES, CITIEd AND
TOWNS OF TIH3 STATF, AND
. TO PRESCRIBE A STATUTE OF
Becttos 1. The General Assembly
of North Carolina do enacr. That all
claims against the several frontlet, cit
ies sod towns of of this State, mhetbet
by bond or otherwise, shall be preeat9d
to tbe chairmen of he Board of Coun
ty Cinnrais iooers or to the cbtef otH
otraofaaid ci'iea and towns as the
ease may brt - within two Tear ttter
tbe matunty ot aucn claim or claims, or
the holders ot such o'niro cr claims shall
be forever bamd lrom a recovery there
of. - , : "' i ' '
Pbovidep, That claims which hare
already matured and become due shall
be presented on or before the first of
January, Aono Domini one thousand
eight bundled and seventyseveo,' or
the holders thereof thall be forever
barred of a recovery thereof.
Ratified the 22nd dav ot March; A.
D. 1873. ; . : . .;. :
' 4 :dter.
Oflers his Proressional Services
the public In
Ercry depart m tut or
Louisburg st Wsrrenton ori
Dents Hotel, Norwoml A Davis' Storr,
Pr. S Clalass
.Dr. E. J3slne J
. OFFICE ;
Market Stiwt cast of Court House.
' - . Louisburg, N. C.
Ordered by the Board of Conoty
Commissiom-rii, thit tbo above reward
ot $500 will ic iaiu to uy t arson
rho will farn'sh evidence umcirut to
secure the conviction of the party par
ties- guilty of cbangipg or altering
. 2STOX LCJE
TO THE PHYSICIANS OF FRANK
LIN AND WAKE COUNTIES,
' Having lieen appointed Ag-nt for
the "Kentucky S iitual L'etiefiS Amo;
ciation of 1 113 siciiiiis," for Franklin
and Wake counties, ResiH'Ctfidly
Iufoms tin" Vhtsiciausof fuiid counties ;
tliat they can pneure t crtificatt's of
Life Menibursblp ly npjdying to ine.!
J, B. CLIFTON, .V, D.i
Lotiteburg, N. C.
I; , i we've got clear 01
virtues nmJ apeompjishmeuts ihjew tp
the administration of the Magisterial brilt p gW PYer pur socjsl apd pro
W l T it. IKlWUUill IUIWI.WW , I IU U, At
yurK, us uiiYo a o usiiuu 01 iae
Pcaoo in the Lonisburg Township now,
t,hatbut fqr an accident,- would in all
probability hayo bpep in the Peniten
tiary. Who, too, on Qpp ppcasion, was
roady and offered to put bs har4 on
the word of God, and add fchp ttujn of
fessional intercourse wjtU blip ;
now ' .- :. ;
RESOLVf D, By the members of
the Franklin Bar, met together to ex
press our respect for his memory and
our grief at his loss;
, That in the death ,of our late
perjury to Lis other crimes, which had brother, Thjs Jr has sustained a loss
he done it, could and would have been which brings sadness upon ftll 1 nuim-
proved by three witnesses. Sinco
that a Constituency who cares nothing
for the laws havo elevated him agaiu to
to this office, where he is to pass up
on tho rights of his fellow citizens.
A system that produces such infernal
zesutts cljfiild be abandoned and
some other adeptotj in ta stead,. (fho
ber.", and palamity upon the pop)imni-
2. That in his intercourse with his
associates we recognize the utmost
kindness and courtesy, and in the dis
charge of his professiona.1 duties, high
integrity a n exalted sen- e of honor.
Q Vlif vrra rilaanuli lis a tnntnAvw
T f tftv ) TTW aa ion -3; ssioi , auvuiuijf
pld system acted with eIko efrcpt. The with tenderness and affection, and
last has been' pernicious in sll its
operations Then why not return to
that? Wo hope tho Convention now
in session will devise means to remedy
the greivances of the community in
this respect. To it we look for succor
We hope fjre shall no look in vain
TO THE PVKbW.
J, H. Richardson of Castalia having
advertised certain notps I hold again t
him as having been obtained under
fa's? prepenses, I prorputpe the alle
gntion an unmitigated lie. The nele."
wjro in consideration ot a tract of land
lying in Franklin County, and I put
him in possession of the same, and no
one has set up any adverse claim. I
held tho title under the Sheriff's deed,
ana in aaajtion tnereto, 1 nave tue
warrenteea to the &am.e of J, J, Mint-
tree, Thos. K. Thomas and Chas. H.
Thomas, warranting the title to me, I
intend to sue on the bonds at the next
term of the Superior Court unless they
are satisfied. If Mr. Richardson, how
ever, will pay the interest on 'hb
bond 8 for the
to him a.ud take in my obligation to
make deed, Qr I will on bis paying up
the bonds make him deed with fnll
HALL'S SELF-FEEDING COTTON GIN.
The fol'owing are some of thp reasons why II LTS GINS arc superior to
all others 1 ; , ; -
'Iv It is moat rconomical; it requires th attend ince t no cx)6tienred gin-
ner, and ii peners witii tne labor, ot one hm'i.
2d. It will pick more Cc t oa in a given length of time than any otbtr
Gin in use. ' . .
3d. It never BREAKS THE ROLL, thereby 1 s'ng no time, and making a
more evi-n and I'd ter tarn pie,
4U. It wil! run longer without whetting cr shtrpentegt th' -ir-Ffeder
will not cairy to the fiaws any h-vrd substances t!-at will injure them, och as
rock:, nails, ttickn, .hard unmatured bajl?, &c, which also roiuUy iht dang r
from FIRE much less,
5th. It picks the s&id cleaner tban any other Gin in ue, thertby making a
larger yield. "
o caye in our possession the result of a test In which one iyunn af Lint
Jot-ton was produced trom two pounds, seven and one-half ounces of Seed
Cotton. These Gin-t arc perfect and complete in every parti ;ula. sod are
ru&os 10 run a uigii speeu, iaej can oe louna in aimosiaoy seetoq m Mortn
Carolina where Cotton is grown.
Price, $5 per Saw. Send for Circular,
if y -vx
f hl - yt'X
Sept 3 3-m.
HYMANS k PANCY,
General Agents for North Carolina and Virginia,
E. C SALUSBURY,
4. C RQWF,
mend his p janiple q osq who are to
convj after nj," '- f
4. That we extend tp his family covenant, and warrantees in fee timplr,
our sympathy and condolence, assuring Wilu J guarauiee ue Ksy wiSnf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
jssj hue lUbllos tu a-UU
s time he has had the land Also, Carpels Oil ClolhSj Window Shcdos and
, I will surrender them ; " . 'X -mm-r-s-.A o.tt..-
dtr Call and eswine oit stock before purchasing elsewhere,
, NO. 207 and 20P MAIN STREET,
ber Yv d Pumpis
ihe ackniwld U
he market, ' l y po ulir ver
ier, he best pump tor the
t mon v - A 1 tj-uli in li in
: vited t DiatcLley's Improved
Uracktt, the Drop Check
Va've, which can hn withdrawn with ;
nnt di-tnrling the loinf. nd the crfp
per chamber which never cracka. scales
r rurta and will l.vt a lite time. -For
aaJe It Deal&ra and the trale gen
erally, In order to le sure tht you
get lJlatchlej's Pump, he care'ul ami
see that it has mv trade mark as apoye.
If you do not know where to buy. de
scrip tire circular, together with the
name and address ot tbe agent nearest
You, will be promptly furnished by ad
dretsiog with ttainp.
Charles E. Blalchley,
50C Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
At this writing the Conventipn has
been in session for seven days, is thor
oughly oganized and ail the Commit
tees aro at work, and we hope and be
lieve that V Constitution will ' be
frtimed, that will provo acceptable to
pur pcopre, an J that tho present mil
itary concern under which $ur peeple
have groaned fqr sqyen years will be
forever burled. Wo , Pptl;o with
pleasaro the energy 4Uplaypd by the
inemherato dispatch business, and if
hey continue as they have started,, we
hink they will not holjd thirty days
jobger, alrcqdy he cntirp businefs of
the Convention Is in the hands pf tbe
different Coxutuittes, and they are
working da and night. We give be
joW the lidded ot .the nipmbcrs com
Jusiug the several coiumtipri.
them that his death, falljfig most heavi
ly on them, brings us profound afflic
tion. : -" '" ' . ::; . .
5. That a copy of these resolutions
be forwarded to his family, am rso to
the Franklin Cqurieb and Warrenton
Gazette, with request to publish; and I titlt the DruS 8,ore Et 5 Pr t
LOOK TO Y0DR 1N
You can buy the lollowing Ar
that a committee of this Bar request
the Court tp hive them spread upon its
Statistics of ?iie Globe. The
earth is inhabited by bout 1,400,000
000 inhahitaats, namely: 2GO,000,000
of the Caucasian racej 550,000,000 of
the Mongolian, 190,000,000 of the
Ethiopian, 200,000.000 of the Malay
races, and 1.000,000 of the American
"Indian. All these resptictivcly spo k
3.004 languages, and possess 1,000
different religions. : The amount pf
deaths per annum it 33,333,383 or 91,
954 ir day, 5,73 per hour 60 per
minute, pr 1 per second.' This loss is
more than compensated by the number
of births. The average, duration of
'ifp thpji'rhiyit the ilo!t is 3 yenrs,
prices. - m r . ;
Simmon's Liver Rcsula
. . tor,
And mapy pthcr standard articles.
Always charged and sparkling.
SODA TICKETS $1.00 per pozeo.
f3T CALL at the PJIUQ STORE.
"SV A. l?v X & B E O.
Frankllnton, N C,
Are determined to closo out Mr LARGE and ASSORTED STOCK o
AT THE LQAYE3T POSSIBLE FIGURES.
If you want goods CHEAP CALL ON TllEU. Any kiad of produce
taken at beat prices,
V. . .. r : AT
& e it 0.
Farnklinton, K. Cs
Itftleigli & Gaston l. It. Co,
Offjob Gen., Pass & Ticket Aqt
lUKigh, , C, Aug. 3rd 1835.
Excursion Tickets at exceedingly
low Fates good, fur the Round Trip
are now 011 iali st Frankllnton,
Henderson and Warrenton. to the
following points iu Western North
Carolina j YU llickor,y Moigantou,
Marien, Old Fort, AshrUle, Warm
Bprlng. Lin col at on sud herryTllle,
tickets sold until October ltt,
good to return until KovciAbcp 1st.
For further iiifoin,atiei puneipond
with Agonlsat Fmnklli'don; He der
son anl TTcntcyt w with the um
Gen'L Ptstenger & Ticket Agent.
JOS. J. DAVIS.
ATI't pi- COUHSELIOR at IkV
jjouisbxtbo, ycAJikiiN ca N.a
Will practice in the sereral coutta t
Granville, Franklin , farbt Wane a and
Wakp, ., ' .' . !
' l?3L Prompt attention paid to tie
Till : "
rouccvion ana rcxuuitpca ci money. ,
Joty I5;;87!i' '
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1
! . ; . ;
FBJL5HL1K10JT, N. C
Will praetioe is the courts of the lih
, Prompt attention given tn the collect
tlon rf elaims. No R0 tf
C.'H. CC3te,: .W. H. Spencsr
GQ.QKX3 & Sl'IISCKR
ATTORNEYS AMD COUNSELLOR
' AT LAW, j
Ami. SolicttQK in I
LOUISBURG N. C. i
Will attend the Ciirt of Xii.Prark
lin,'GranTilIe. Warren,nd Wakf (Vun.
ti. also the S.ij-rfm'5 Court id Nnh
Carolina snl the U. S. Circuit and rif
Ouits. No 7-tl
JrL A. R 2ST 10 S S
. MENT.'v !
Sxddle h-p in Lrn;t.u-rt 1 hal
keep al w ajK on hand a g'l tirk .
Mscldnv ttindc Hitrro- bst 8add r
I cmp'oy gCiOl ami xu rirrcvd woi.
mfr, and I wamnt all the voik pot on
by me ; sll kinds d repnirir id sty
ine done on short notice and 00 very
rsisonhle terms. My Simp is urtr Mr.
T. N, Carlile Stor .m Min htrtrrt.
fiTT I solicit the patronage ot the
people ot PranMir,
n -0 ;
Y. B, CLIFTON.
G-allery. : 4
MAIN 8TUKZT. ;
At my Gallery o?er Itr, T. N. Car
liles Store can !e foaod at all Umrs,
round, square and rnstta Tram's I am
also prepaipd to take Gem trpeg, rrd
and csbioet aie Photographs.
Wben yoa want s ood piefnn ol
yourself sod family, call at ray Gall try.
Very llespcctlally, ;
Y. B. CLIPf ON.
b U' i-T m V L 1. i 1
" AQKTFQUTHR '
WHEELER 6 WliSOU
I)UISBUR0. n, c.
Office st -Eagle lloteL"
A nice con Te nte nt Cottage real
deuce, on Eloi fc'trt, itli three com
fortable rooms, snd a largo yard snd
garden, can be bought on Terr reas
onable tercii. -
Apply to tbe Editor ot the Coxrxryu.
SIX REASONS WHY
TOO SHOULD INICBKIK
TIIU PEXN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANEE COMPANY.
021 011ESTSUT street; i
1st, Becaoit it U one of tbe oldest
companies In tbe country, snd past Us
day of ex period) tt,
: 21, Uec3,uae etery policy holder is
anvmber ot the Cosnpasy, entitled to
sll it adrantages and privileges, bar
ibg s right to Tote st all - elections for
trustees, snd thus baa aa iofloence is
Sd ecacfe it has tLe largest acro
mulatod futd of any Lite Insorascs
Company in tbe State,
4 lb. Because by economical man
sgement, its ratio of expenses to total
tncome Is far below tbe arerage of Life
Companies, (See 0cial Insurance.
4th. Because iths declared mprs
difidends 10 cumber, sod of s larger
average percentage, than any Company
in tbe Volted States,
For example; Polity 2To It, for
fSOOO, has beta paid ta tho widow of
a pbtUdelphia i&ercbaot, opoo wbich
twentjthrte dividends bal been de
dared, STeagins City seven percent
Had tLtte divirtends been used ti par-,
chase additiocs to this policy, $5,046
mote monid bate been realized mak
cg the policy wor.h $11,010.
6tn, localise it is liutrai w rJo.
. - m -w mm m m m 1 T WJfw m mm mm w w
St. Faill S Paronhinl I scement, prompt In lu sctttUmenU
1 sale bevond s continscacy, snd iU rates
The second session of t, Paul's
Parochial School will open September
13th 1875, and continue tarentj weeks.
31. II. VAronAc, PrfadpaL
Afisa Jcxja, C IIamme Assist.
are as low as soy fir.t-clasa Company
In tbe country.
Principal restores,- Small expenses,
absolute security Jsrgc return prtmioos,
prompt payment of lotscs, snd liberali
ty to tba lnnred.
W. ILFINCU, GenT, Manager for
W. Dr BHUrLL, GcuM. Agent,
Frxn klia too t NtC.