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' --. : . - ... ... i. . jujvjuftu' - r r t f J X 4 ' r I, iinmiwRMililllHllimMIIIWIIIIIIIMIMMMIIIIMIIIIMIMIWm - - a...nu.M...m.....M - - TT' tMl"'uWiUHlHWIIIIIWaawmuiMaigWliaBIHlftni , , t WWaHMHWUImWnHM '.V. ' -r ; r- rIT -t ' .' . i uruu wrueruum., wjiv. j-i - bbo at m tier silent, chatnUt; .T. L Bevferal of tifc Pans iournalate l- v ' l: . aosoroea as onisnmeu With berthot&t&L Earnest eyeg, story relattog t 'the interpreter- of I!- -. . '? .-I ,,vT.- .C-'l ti-ia e wTO.Wfr wa,..- saiu sue, And gazed through tHsen windowrV 1 mbwsjJow'insPariirFraBtJr 1, . t ; Get away witnyou yoai"y.; , .put ifc: into my chiidheart to do that lit- . At the' faint ' f V skies : n?teffloIhna.bVio of a .toook pvcrw.'ca c.. itBe reward ho ha; and iee how lias giveir me. .-V. .Thiipeaker.was (tlittle boj prtuau, 6frich J;--:-' '; - -V elWj- ??PPi9 J? ! purple ligfft over the group that "stood there ;-Y ;;Ur?r.tics!'salled.it h overalls, j ' . b vWw T.ftrsK and diaaffreeaale lust tn5n;-: r.v r I vo-TorT wut, i,-.? I . : ana tne,xunp3.Furotuui.v -lDO ageis wno loosea-..aown on it irom unuaren e hook. I? v .at tnem as, xney , owwcuiwcwAiij fcW tnere. IISIIV njm VUu uyvao vv..tfv.., , Tv7 k , r i n . i -f- uB uauu Men ana ivoineii uii Home. carnation: 6ide of,th(j path tbat curved arouna a smaiM ,t .r -t r : - arhorvKcre the younff grape closters that - A " W" of myacquain .. .a ' v.. . ' . .v- . np vi f7 rutin. nntn"M .rttmA i ' beautiful prophecy for the autunni I fance givesrit as tto felicity,' tn at .the" tf men oXthoamily'' Should-always, he a Dsenc &r leastsmhours in the da. And ' AwVir nallnVron in frnnf. nftfe P! craven. uuac" nnd dver this the iittIJtecflrar ooy, so Tnae-.i - - v,r- - - - . - . v Tin r-wm - v tt i hr iddressea was . ieamug.': n waa .vci.jr. leanVVcry ditty, very ragged I ani-afraid so repureivo a spectaciCfanuyex utu auu hio " lie wa&ldokint: with'aU5 nisspul :. in his o wasriooKini: eves on"lhei)e"a'ptiftiVHos9or ';ed to and trb in the suinnler wjrid, and j ilia T f , heart jjoftepe while hfrjeahed his arm.tbn v k ; 1 1 e fenceiailiiig,' and forgfbt every, thng in 3 - - i;J trmfc lonp' abaotbed-ffazo iAh I lt.wassel v 1 11otr;$ . ' vU.hfiv- ve-.rxr irood -or beautiful,' and it ! was'sad V; hls.-drcam should EX1 a rude- awaker , Thc'plood fuslied'aipitd. hlv face, and a V glance full of vil' and defiance flashed ; into v his eyes, But before littU girl sprang out'fro.fti the arbor anTd fook-ed-eagerly from one child tqlthe other.-JShq y&s very fair, with soft' ;haiH: eye9,ver ;r"which dropped long .shining" Jaes.'; ;Rich vciirls huric over ner- almost bare, fwhife 6tuDuidcr$,:and ner; iips,rere.tne color oi .tae her affectiair for the ' male members of it vuuut wuc-5cKnowied2e tnatxnis is a creai booh'TA house where I papa or-' the-boys aKd'cmt" at all t Hollf s . e-verlastin civ : wanti n s somethlhffFor: finding TaulCMthr something els'.; ism cnsiderahtfiaLtoveven femidne jpaU'ejnd fheg t toSilJ"; my se: gen inereaces;5pomtort possible when,.tho mas culine half of tho familv bemcleared dut kTnr th rrYf n.-w- tl o . k aq t A'nrn' 1 m f r p.w'.MNr j vuv iiVUOV OVtblCO UVHU lUbU Uiar WrJaandijrderJYuietness until even ing ? ; Also, it is goqd them as well as for tis', havc Jll thSa Mdyitabla pettir do mestiq Jte got o ver in hMr abso cipat jnmi 6v the miatress ctf JamilyvI hci homettb! all its small ajinojceVridsei a way liKeidust and cinders from the crate- which, eft nagmnt is one of the first refini- tionV.to? make a'Tfirsidel6olcomforta A' ; ' crimson tnliplblossoms. - pillow, could y mpeak f q - cross to, u the Tet, sbedtd'nQtrttiQ-irlorios-.- j. D8t aecKea tie tiyiOG: dav x?jprtiue.guramer at ine crane t.nff.waves That velo v'ed in! r srolden rav' ' A Sbmwuhojv ?Mth fieldV'V,. " - WHU-itrsceat ori of aaffjir. Abpyeu her tho'zagi. murdrcd, "AroanJ her lba(U tfid iogt- . 1 " '-And all fbiatair ' wa looal - ' - JFith the jojouEjpvi'of spriagr Bat they were saJperror," . v WLich, to her ttjsephyrs bore, Thecrash-of thefat'4feariet, - And ho tan non'afeQing" roar . t Iler miadwas tsuawith the tuuiaU, , v Aod she seerafed fetartled ear, ' To eato the; diorVe deadly strife, ; ' Where -he was i i Txiiov her. - v- jbiuwiaw)miiaMiiiitiwiwmiMmw6HMHl In Paris II the 'followinff the . Jipanse IJlaclcman was ' rag dispositioa- Nnsftzs Common ScaaoJ, Arithraetw," r.- 53 50 to Batavia to"H Elemioto f pe!UngJofc; U -3 00 Tfttm embarked on board a vessel Kound beinfir heard of hiaK hia friends a'L btst noiietedea I ."4 w" . 3'"."',. and on trrrtiliff t Phe recetved the follbwiQ ietter' Wi ropy xuo.ianey youAi graphic -'portraits' oin'tpotioii 1. f :,:$Ialf in -trust. &ht f?!f ia' terror. JSlje saUnhetigliVsglow, 4Ahd 8he:-ieemd?t(i wait for something - , Ji .. She did no Si da?e now ; ; So up, with atdoabt1anxiu9 hope, - To the solerao-raQ gaz8dy " rfear, ; -V'Mte her lairlfStook .ith' a jBtruggliag ; ' "-As her pleading looks 'were raised.; j -x- Twas loagipg"f6r rtVs of the battle, V . v1 And4read 4p efrffcar c ' ' ' -: ; Hi na ho oo th ? r:M ot the fallea, . Wao WX3 baStU.i for h )C03 aad her.' . , L., ' Richmond Sentinel, v-r- i'uSQUfl. Answer. --Little Cbllie L-pCad lost hcirfath1er, and d4 friend to solicit a ariianioatiiTOW 57Tretf Manluml s : 23 ' i - i : ' ; A the JaMtiesfcrabas3yr-YJ.The abovelUt r -l X wilj mark the face fcf one of these strajgers fbreusCBx i-; OHEITSTOCKS ON IIANIT 7 ' -Vs ;y$ry imagevblyba? lon--,Kwt factor .cooldot,bf-v. - J;"- yv-jfi'j ."r ' v-- "V 1 pcreeive tie rbaeniMance: ; the' featdres 'were tfei " MISCELLANEOUS pOOKS.' -iv' . J -VXJ tain ther same but 'the closelyishaven head and'tho" : jAen s Pianq Eort Instructor, . 00 I 1 Oriental conam.gfeatly puzzledliimKne, how-i S!tb,?eV'.v V; . f r. 3 00" f J evovWHt :;v :- J the embassy Wis slaying, and wasso.foriuoate' as liejan &tech:2 ' TS't ! - 1 toarrife jost astha Japanese. were passing-to ;go ?-fiiblicl Catechisnv by LansdelL ' -75 "'" r out. The Origtial pf the portrait be at once rccojj- .(r Camp and Field, by Dr. Jos. Cross X ' I3 m w-'i- -"t 1 nized and called, Is that., you IJcantz; ? .tn a'f.!.Life' of S.tonewaUJacksori ' s - 5 50 " ' held man wed locked inf eaelerFarhis.-- I St5iSiWrteri greasy mbTe : anio Blak.nan'a troubles w r w"r now at an end, as the son is 0U3. r, X 00 weilthy aad prosper-, Diary. f the War, - i71 v : : ?:rhe'Sieeeof Vtcksbnre.. - . ,. ' - V.- ?S ' Booksare the mind incafrTaietue' im'' -rh'toy. &Up-Wreth, ltvnt thA 4ita r.nar, : - 1 -, ; z .. -" iub ouuuay otnoei iJeu,.., rabrtalf Greek, 1 of the'lohammedan THE, Ahioijthe&-w XUustrarbed .Merauffrv 811 -' It might be si'' well, tbo if-"thjB master himself 'could cjbnfrive to leave- ihoworldly uiuu oiiine aav ai tne scranr tratsiae xne raonoii , V A :vDTA4ttTTrn ibrmmb fk wf uuul" -uuvever, xaonapters - j: 5- . '..'Ti Rrrt sht who. 'the minute an-tinforuttiate I atie Ukes -v M i ; man 'cameslh sT? . : -rWell. Uelenli urcett ner rotnerysgut- j' .m J" a. the - fence; It B - 51 V mollified and .$3hamed ' . have begcarS gapping over looks so. low." . ' . V 'N6w'i that's a notion of yours, ; Hmton. W 'I'm sure, if the. flowers can do anybody any ' . goocl, we ought to be very glad. Little i; boy" and the child turned to thr beggar ; boy, Vnd addressed him, as courteously as ' 1 ' though he had been a prince4 4 I'll- pick ' you some of the tulips if you'll wait a mo K .:; ment' . - . ; 4r h Helen, I dobelievje you re the funniest " " ' J frirl that ever lived V ciaculated the child's - " brother; as he turned away, and with a low : " whistle sauntered jjown ,the. path, feeling Yery uncomfortable for her conduct was a . ' . v Rtronffer reprdf to him than any words : rould have been. " Helen plucked, one of each specimen of the tulips, and there Was agrat variety of these,-and gave them to the chilcr.v Jiis tace brightened as he received them and thanked her. 0 ! the little girl had dropped a " pearl of great price" into the black turbid billows of the boy's life, and the aftoc years would t'bring it up, beautifuland fair again. Twelve years had passed. Tho little blue evod cjirl had grown into a, tall, racefu vwoman. uno nrigni uune aiternoon sne walked with her husband through the gar den ; tor sne was on a visit to ner. ; pa; ent3 , iThe place was little changed, and tho tu ; lfbs.had opened their lips of crimson a olu to the1 sunshine, just as they had twelve , .vears befdro.. : Suddenly they observed a " vonng man in a workman s- blue overalls. .-Jeaamg oyer tuivHpvy-twm-ykiriLQwiiif 'ijaseriv from the bearitifut "nAfertoher- i' . ,' V' ' ' "' . Vt . . V ' . .4 - - ' r. ; i S ' c ' 4 r'- - 1 self.,.; He had a frank, 'pleasarij counte nance, ahd the'rywatflOmetbAng in his man ner thatinterested the gentleman and lady. Loolj here, Edward? &aid she, I'll I pluckiiome of the. flowers. Italways does r me iood to see people admiring them, " and 'then releasing ner nusoancrs arms, sne. ap proached the paling," saying and the" smile " 1 ' ' round her lips was very like the old,l chjld H . , ' one Are you fond of flowers, . sir ? ' It V will give me great pieauuro, gaiuer you some him with a real or imigined how the butcheCiwill never bring the meat in time, and the baker keeps a ialse account oi- loaves-r-how she is sure cook is given to drink, .and that Mary's " cousin" d his dinner-oft, V our mutton yesterday why such a lady, deserves all she gets; cold;; looks,- sharp srieeches, hasty plunges into;, the convementf newspaper ; perhaps an angry jigar. ro r lit.ie woman i 1 1 ng, : 1 f-..i c L'"V.. i ' : crying wvor uei iuuciy uic, . uwuiug tliatshe is wrong, iut only, that sne is very unhappy and very much" ill-used, might tme recnStnend to her notice one golden rule " in ever pester a man witn tmngs ;toa$ne cannot remedy, and '4oes not iUnderstand.'! And when ne comes again, nonest m,an t perhaga-a little repentant to o,r thcre 5 is but one course1 ofcpnduct which' I recommend to all sensible .women viz, o put her arms round his neck and hold her tongue. jyZmdti 's Thoughts 'abdiit Women. "? ; " . -'."V-. ' Fire RAGYNGrtiflJfIE.--Northern'; pa pers ' state that the people of Maine are suffering terribly from the ftres raging inthat Stater.' A correspondent, says, , the - State seems shrouded. in a- heavy pall of smoke. f .We are cut'oflfrom the light of the sun. I - .111 .4- . '. zv. . . . ire we? near tnac. in .our iown3 anu ciwes iup people are really preparing taflee -before this ff ofse than rebel foe; Many houses have-already been destroyed, many fruitful . f fields swept over by the flame3.. ;In one m iuit died, the fire came so swiftly; that. there wasnot time'-td remove tho dead 'to, a V place AraniAtv: iand the wrercnea rarmiwwere.iorc- emroaveit to bo burned.' ; ; ; '.li 1 "ill . . j ) -1 r-. Ainonthesi-wam ceiknt .iadv, -, Miaa liinstrea ,jyj.ex'cirvj peeping' intt tejdoor always brought a ;?imiie4t 'pecttaa'.' tei!dei neea.:' fever.. Miss f..-r-r piaciu.ieaTurv - , - , Sgdr JmirandwhUe looking thoughtfully into her smilingly 03, would- say, 4 Poor, ipoor Kellie t JiL, -C' julUfcrTrle ndwduld caress her still more fclhdly, and then say, yPoor, little Nellie ' The child's heart seetoed troubled bv theaft pitying words, for sheiskedone day, -'Why do .you callmer ? Please dont Miss jS I'mfrajt poor whv. I've Fun for the Gamn. '- Vr"" The Carrro .Twtr r . ' X Religion or SovERiiGNs.-Of the & S)"sof er " i Neeley's Discourse- z , . ' oiKua a Ll riuiuuB. ll ars ui tiiiti l lu 1 1 in rair rrp.in. p Ui. iccuih GeruiuniL '- t . . 11 of the Koman VCntljolio, 8 of the Evangelical, 1 Moral andReligioas Ane'odotea, 8 yols. 4 of the Calinisyr nf-nfift 'Wtiisr.nnal. 1 of th I Che Age a new Monthly.' . ' I T-T7- : .. r r c , . . " " -. .. . " j ur.ueems fprtralt,. , ': ;-... -stonewall jacksop's Portrait, ' - -1 Irote's History of Greecer in 12 roU.' T Banerofis do Unrted Statas, 7 ols.' V Abbott's Illustrated Histories, each J Second Year of the War ! Mountain Vjolet, by Rer. T M" Baker A lew , Che stnuts for the children, by TJncla . Charles - j uudaJ School in every Church, by Her. I ' Manly i v vrV- f iti Words of Comfort, by ILF Buckner . I Jlobert Cushman or the riral Student, ; fhe Little Preacher bvUncle Ch-irles ' jiiife of H T: Wimberry, by Uncle Charles - "THE TJREATf LITER ARY WEEKLY y THE OREATX1TERARY WEEKLY '"'tr " OF ,THE SOUTH l C of she sjagr- : H , ASUPEItBAMiLTOURNA! :A SUPERB yAMmrrOURNAL ! J5E AtJTi FULL YvILLUSTK ATED I TT TtTiri7iTT T VVTT- TTOTiU f TAT'i (. a 50 - i 25 : 1 50 - 1 00 3 50 ' 2 50 -12 00 ;. rr 2 50 - 2 50 ' 1 70"- 1 55 125 00 85 00 . 7 00 C 50 1 50 V 1 5Q 75 1 5 " Z 00 .75 75 00 0 .1 V 4 H 1 1, Jt , , ape young .worsman jooiced a moment -Z: r rcry earnestly, into tne rair,.sweet iace. 't4 r Twelve years ago thii vew month,' he ''-said, in a. voice; deep ana yet'tremulous with V; '.feeling, I stood here, leaning on this rail I - w i;t . ingi a dirty, ragged little beggar boy ; and K' :ri-' '".'--"fyqu askedime-this very question. Twelve . 1 .4 "i. . 1 r JV" o i " o ' mvliaudsi and they made me a new foy t aye. ana mey mauBguau 01 me, 100.-7- ':i: t'' A snn Picture.' What a pity cmXriS;iVoul4eoiGi&p me otner aav. paesu one of our. public; xnrougiaiia.ia'v oi 'iMdtrri Aretvaw 1 lit- crnt twenthVft fita tfnil a tv7 !' 'Richlittle.Neilfeheriend. 'A good mother ! lyphgl was in learn ing "what this littlenMlready knows.' 4 A good mother----co5d and earthly treas ure have made her. 8o;truly rich? Chil drens Friend. . I . iiiiu yi4ur3K,,o. seeona mother, was i n troduccd to her new1 Eorae. Earnest de sires to fill wisely thi sponsible station; vocally ttj icgaiucu his one nuie cnnu conimitted to her"caraspfred-, her heart, and gave life toli'er fpriyers. He- was an intelligent boy full oflbtmght,. and love. - tthe new' friend whorttfit his welfare, for ;hwo no ujbuu lu'tsuwipwiuuice in nis mno cept mind. v-. ; M t - "She was. once speakinrfeo" him of that hap py world,here tneCgoad are gathered. - He had been accustom6i'o hear it mention ed as tfie home ofiisparted mother. What will we do henwe get up there : ' said the sweet discir4e..f;I shall want to be with ma someand wij$y$u some." Then'mungHo'iil;! he seemed to find a! happytthought as; solution of the viimv.uiujr, am usKou vyicu H rauiant smue : liecorder. t we - Thefollowing instance of singular optical illusion rcenly.ocjjjirrJdria Brussels. The victim was. a gemlefianilwaV being somc-i 4 what troubled by cobwebstid spots, in . his I ca, luuueu tuenr ,qbj3 nrgnt ; witn a iew drops of beladonna ntthe morning th e cobwebs; were goHebditfeoid outer face oiitne,worid had chahedfy Ips newspaper, i which had bee n . placect' 6y 4is b eslde , was tie bovs, of tHasiighO 2 ;SfS i& CS with their arms aoout eacn otner s --h . r: IIiZZILT Z ..uia isuuuii bhi vain, wpnon:nn a nr inr iiilu a a PTfrm.frincf s. kiss after kiss. It was .such pretty sight, in that noisy den of business, 1 . 11 1 i A 4.1 1 1 ..flll, that one couia DuiHiop to iyu.. jluc juuu er 6'f 'the' children j noticing this, leokednp with such a heaven 'of love in his face, jand said, in explanation, "JEleis.my 'brother.'' Pity they should ever grow up( thought rwej as we passed along Pivthith' iOrld, with its clashingiinterests of business, , love, and politic?, should ever come between them. Pitv . that they shouid ever exchange finger tips. orT more wretched still, even exchange glances. Pity that one should sorrow,, and grieve, and hunger, and thirst, arid yearn for svmnathv while the other should sleep," and i .' 'l: 1, tO 1 1 P i . T) 1 and urinK, unminuiui oi .nisiate. xny, ;. CVonr le" has been a light;-ma'am, all alonff J ea v "4"' ?tbe'. darVhdniB of Try life, and this day that i that One with meek-foldedhahdsshouldpass little Seggar'boy can stand on the old place '.tw1 sav to Vou. though he's an humble and iJ'-'ha-Td working" man, yet, thank God he's an Tear-drops trembled hko , morning dew -f 7 into the land. of silence, and no tear orepen tance and affection fall upon his marble face 'from the eyes of his brother Such things aVben; ' That is why we thought, pity that Jhey should ever grow up. thin inuo gitp i - -5,3r nn n agreat fright andp they were the praa,- but, as his own. limbs. hadL diminished, in portion he gotintokiepi H found his wite. aQ(J childrjai at the table the former a dwan and 'the latter a row of dolls.. He hurried of 'to his physician ; theheses he -inet looked . like dogs, : the dogs like tats. Every ' thing was LiUiputian.U liotion wee applied.'' to : the victim's eyes; ati l tK$ next da firob'r dignagreturnedjibrihgg cobwebs Sanctified; Aftlictins .are among; the most "precious blessingf Jqiihe present -lot : patience )nd suhmissionVto God s holy will , are tluis" brought out ahd atrengthenedrar he i Immently glorified.' The colored men will tiold a national-con vention in - Hew York, commeucing on the EVERY SATURDAY. VERY SATURDAY, HAS A LARGER . HAS A LARGER -AND . . MORE TALENTED MORE TALENTED CORPS OF CONTRIBUTORS CORPS OF CONTRIBUTORS i THAN WAS EVER BEFORE KSGAGEt THAW WAS EVER BEFORE ENGAGED IN ACTUALLY WRITING FOR IN ACTUALLY WRITING FOR ANY AMERICAN PAPER!- ANY AMERICAN PAPER! BRILLIANT, CHA RMING BRILLIANT,. HARMING . AND THRILLING i. AND THRILLING WITH ROMANCES, . WITH ROMANCES, . SKETCHES, ; SKETCHES, -;! ..: - 'TALES T ' . TALES ; OF " ' . V-.r- OP r ' REAL' REAL ; LIFE ' LIFE, POETRY, POETRR, HISTORY,' H IS TORY, BIOGRAPHY, BIOGRAPHY,-.' N O V E LET TS NOVEL E T T S , . . ESSAYS, CRITICISMS, ' ESSAYS, CRITICISMS, -WITTI ISMS, 1 MISCELLANY, . WITTICISMS, MISCELLANY, . INCIDEN I S AND ANECDOTES. .-, INCIDENTS AND ANECDOTES, OF THE WAR 4ND ITS HEROES OF THE WAR AND: ITS HEROES INCLUDING TRANSLATIONS, . INCLUDING TRANSLATIONS, FBiOH THE GERMAN FRENCH FROM THE GERMAN FRENCH AND OTHER LANGUAGES, AND OTHER LANGUAGES, A HOME JOURNAL FOR A HOME JOURNAL FOR THE HOUSEHOLD 1 THE HOUSEHOLD I ; . ANORNAMEMT AN OBNAMENT . For the Parlor,, : , For tl?e Parlor .4 1 .' A SOLBIER'S - -PA PER FOR , . " , THE CAMP " . .' w 'yA?,. . ' 7 TRAVELER'S ' . TRAVELER'S , C O M P A-Nd O K j" -0 0 M P A N tO N, ." PLEASANT READING . , PLEASANT READING FOR EVERYBODY. ! ' FOR EVERYBODY 1 ri c h :c. a s k e RICH C A S EE POLITE SOUTHE RN LITERATURE POLITE SOUTHERN UTERATURE ! a U issuuiriTUiN Six months. T t $10.00 ; 7 . BuP1Hicu ax o per jndrodW: 1 rf.TT 4HV Itihntr rvT.f. Hf.! r-r- sayonet exercise and Skirmish Drill VoMriteer's Field and Camp Book. , - uenerai wuers, v , Warren's Surgery, ty J)r. WarreB, . School of the Guides . ft ' - - : ' NOVELS. -Macaria, by.HisIf Evans Master William Mitten' Doncan Adair, or Captured in EseAnin. Lady :Audley's Secret ' ' Robert and Harold, by R F GouIdins Eleanor's Victory, . . Les 31iserbks, Fantine, -" St. Dennis, " " . Jean Valjean, Raids -and Romance of Morgan and Hia Men; Field and Fireside Novellette, Silas Marner, by Miss Evaag The Battle of the Batds, ST, B. Those ordering books ,t6 be s6et by mail must, send 10 cents extra on each dollar, to' pay poso tage BR ANSON &FARRAR, Raleigh, N.C. .-.fcH ,1-25 1 25 1 25 6 00 6 00 .1 50 5 00 5 00 1 25 $5q0 8 60 5 00 3 00 8 00. 3 00 6 60 2 00 5 00 8 00 Hay 0, 1864. & 48 tf art , North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company. . THIS Company has boon in successful operation over .Ijars, and eont!nes to taka risks upon all classes ef pjcM&rt? ia the State, (except Steam Kills and Tureen tine Distilleries,) upon favorable terms. Its Policies now cover property amounting to $8, 837,649, a large portion of which is in oountry risks, and its present casital ia 0131 Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars, in bends proferly seoarca. ; - ; The average cost of Insurance npon the plan l thta Company has been lesf than one third of ont percent par annum, on all grades of property eabracod in its opera tions. All communications in reference to insurance should be addressed, to the Secretary postpaid. . v " S-f. - - T TT BUT DVn lb ; 'HahbbhS. Smith, Sec'y ; . . ' ,-..' " iJuly2, 1859. GREEN SB OROUGH V HUTUAL IKSTjRANCE COMPAHY: ' : - . FAYS AlISSllSPROlPTLY!: ' DIRECTORS: Ohn A-MeWme, Cyrus P MendcnhalL Tf P 1 Weir. James M Garret. t. T M Jon-. "N w x vun.;..' narrlnger, Da rid SlcBjigliQlTs &nerwoodv Jed H liEdBar.'" R M Sloan, C ;G Yates, KStertlng-, Greenebwo'; W A Wrtrit! Wilmington ; Alexander Miller, Nettbcrne : Dr Wo C R&sa ley, Wadesborough;RevK C Maynart, Franklin ton SI Watson. WatBonville ; A J YorV. Coacord Ect B rU - 1 Trinity College. . 4 NHDWlXSONPfesident. . : . ' i JED H LINDSAY, Vlca-Presidenk - " '" - - ' A. GILMER, Attorney: . T V '' PETER ADAMS, Secretary and Treasurer. ' " V, N.H.D.' WILSON, 1 - ; ,. : c. G. Yates, vsxecuttve Ckwnmltfee, f - V JM GARRETT,-:-!; . 4, V .; ah communicauona- on Duainess ortho-office ehoai? ba tntto PETELH ADAJiS-Kar 43-tf Gieens s; :lltL2 CASOIi IA AE&UTvAL . LIPS iX ft 1. . EATfCS COMPAHY insures httUiy whitf -eerfon froml-tto 60 years of age, for 1 year lor 7 years and. fo ' for 1 or 5 years. . - ? ' - -r CHAS.E. JOHNSON, PresidiaVr ' H. Wj BUSIB0, Attorney. ' . , . n AlLdesired infomatim sriren hv Acehtsin a th. aad villages of the State, andby- - r; - - V.' JiHBATTUB, Sw'r- . RU? b. . 1 89. A. A V ; - ;j OHK tWIIJAMS, &CO. ; 1 9v 1 1 . 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