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THE EOANOKE NEWS, THUB8DAT, SEPTEMBER «4, 1891.
IT WAS HUMAN KINDNItt
AN INCIDKNTIN WBIOH A BOV, A DOC-
Tou, AKDi^vo Doas riovaio.
On F. (treet, opposite tliu Ebbitt
Houh«, one day Inut wtx)k, a ine Gordon
•etter, apparently daitid by the lotx of
his master^ whom he wa« vainly lookin;;
for, ran under a berdic, waa oau};ht by
the wheel and hii legs was broken, be
tide* being pretty badly braised all over
hit body and having a cut in the mouth
which bled profusely.
He lay in tlie street unable to move as
the herdio passed on, butn boy about 16
jearsdd staodin^'on tbe ooroer, with a
great big heart under liis jacket thuiup'
ing away, was ready for the emergency,
«nd at ODce made a rush for the sufiurer.
The boy bad no interest whatever in
' the dog, and had never seen him before,
but ho probably had a dug at homo that
he loved, and was ready to do something
So ho picked him up carefully in his
arms, can ied hioi over in front uf Dr.
Stone’s office, fixed him as comforlnbly
on the pavement ns he could, and then
went in aftei the doctor.
The doctor is tender-hearted himself,
and at once responded with arnica, ban-
-Agus, otir,- (Tiivi assisted by the boy, went
to work to fix up the
The dog, although amon^f' mtrangers,
appeared to know what they were abtMit,
and he submitted tu their ministrations
with only now auJ then a little whimper.
While they were at work a friend of
Dr. Stono name along, followed by his
own dog, also a Gordon, and this dog at
once took n great interest in'the stranger
and after watching him and the workers
intently for a time he licked the dog un
the head and then crouched down on his
fiSmaolhl md knees as close to the sufferer
/as he coul^get and cried like a baby,
while the dodt^or and the boy were com
pleting their wohk. It wasn't a bowl he
put up at all, but o^bnuine low cry of
sympathy and pain,! and he didn’t quit
until the stiange doa was ready to be
moved, and then ho up and folluwed
his owner away
When the bandagi^;; was done and
the arnica bottle was srout up, the doctor
wanted to know what wpx to bo done with
the patient, anii the bo}^^ .“aid he'd take
him home and carc for , him till he got
well, and keep him if t,lie owner never
came for him. Then he piuked up the
dog and hailed a herdie going down F
street. The driver first refused to take
the dog into the herdie, but the b"y t ild
him a herdio bad hurt the dog, am]
there would be a row if a herdio didn’t
carry him home. The driver oonaented
at last, and the boy laid the dog dewn
carefully in the aisle uf the vehiule, got in
himself, and that was the last bueii uf
Taken all around, it was one if those
pictures iu whielrahe humanity uf man
and the inferior annual is put upon the
canvas with a touch of tender lints which
makes nature greater than art and uves
those who lee it something they will
remember always.—Washington Star.
The advantages which people who live
exactly on the lino between two countries
have in escaping the euntoms and other
regulations of both countries, save the
Tombstone Inspector, have often been
recounted. Probably the most picture
sque and innocent instance of this kind
of evasion comes from the Westerotown
of Nogales, which lies exactly on the
boundary between Mexico and Arik>na.
On the United States side of the line in
this town eggs have been rendered dear
by tho new tariff upon eg^s, inasmuch
as the hens of that region are chiefly
owned on the Mexican side of the line
and fed by the peannts on cheap Mex-
oan grain. Recently a Maine Yankeei
arrived io Nogales with an eye to busi
ness. Be was convinced that his op
portunity lay in the high prices of
eggs. Accordingly he put up a large
hen-house exactly across the boundary
line. At the Anierioan end he provided
nestj, and at the other end ho regularly
fed his hens with low-priced Mexican
grain. The fowls ate their grain in
Mexico and then walked across the line
into the United States tu lay their eggs.
The transaction was perfectly honest, for,
of course, the proprietor uf the hennery
smuggled neither grain nor eggs. But
he availed himself of hiuh prium on one
side and low prices on the other.
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Ij OBTM PUes, or no pay required. It is
gaarMleed to give perfect satisfaction, or
tMitfj nfymded. Price 26 cents per box.
Verah bydmggisU at Weldon, Brown
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TKAINS OOINO 800TB.
Datwl Juae7Ui, 1S9T.
1 7 K «
Lt>T«Tsrboro,..r~ IlogSAMl ‘. "".
Arrive Wilton. . I tism J 7 00 ..
Le«T*Wlltoa j*dO" (......,
ArriveSelmi IS.W |
ArrlvsFayetMrlll*. |SW “ |
LwTCOolditMio I S IS “ I 7 40
I.Mr« Wanwir 14 IV "I
LMve Macnnlit.... (487 “IStO
Anlre Wtlialnctou a CD “ISM
Moll, No7« No 49
dtUr. (Ully aundi^
Leave Wilmington | l2a5«M
Arrive Rocky Mount
12 05 "
**17 « I
10 S5AN I
|55pm 1 9S0>
•Daily ezetpt Huuday.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch Road leaves
Weldon at HU9p. m. Ifalifkx 3 59. arrive Se^Iand
Neck at 500p.m.GrcenvUl« (t.Vip. m Ktoitoa
75dp. in. Returoiiig leavei Kfnstou 700, a. m«
Greenville819n m. Arriving at HiUlfkx lioo.
a. m., Weldon ili^a.m dally ■
I/xj«l fre' • ‘ '
at Scotlana . _
KlDRton 49't p. m llotitrrilnK, leavM krtuioa
Tuendays.Thuradaviian'l Saturdays at >009-a. m,
arriving at Ureenvllle 18 00 noon, Scotland Neck
310 p. ni. v^'oldoD 0 90 p. m.
Train leaven Tarboro N. C., via Albemarle and
Ralei|;hR. U. Dally except Sunday 4 0ft p.m..
tfunday R no p. m . arrive WilhamntoB N. C. dw
p. m.. 4 V)i>. m. I'lymouth 750p.)u., 590 p. m.
Returning leaves Plymouth daily except Sunday
0 9f) a. m.Sunday 9 00 a. WllftaBiston, N. C.,
7 40 a. m. 9&S a. m. arrive Tart>oro 19 05 a. ma
It ^a. m.
Train ooMI'llaiid X. 7. Branch leaves Goldf*
boro N.O , daily except Sunday 7 00 a. m.. arriva
.mithfteln,N. 0., 8 a. m. Keturninv leavaa
Smithfleld, N. C., t)00a. m., arrive Gol(»boro. K
C.. 10 89p.m.
Train on Kaiihville Branch leaves Rocky
Mount at 3 00 p. m., Rrrives At Nashville 3 40 p,
m., Spring Hope 4 15 p. m. Returning Uavaa
Spring Hipe 10 00 a. m., Nashville 10 m a. m.,
ar Rocky Mount 11 n a, m, daily except Sunday.!
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Waraaw lb?
Clinton, daily except Sunday at 6 00 p. m. and
1115 a. m Keturning leave I'liaton at 8 90 a m
and 810 p. m., connecting at Warsaw with Not.
40,41,93 and 7A.
Southbound train on Wilson and FayettevlUtt
Branch ia Ko. 61. Northbound is SO. *l>ally tx-
Train No. 27 South will onlv atop at Rocky
Uoiint. Wilson Goldsboroand Magnolia.
Train No. 78 makes olose connection at Weldon,
for all points North daily. All rail via Rlohmond
and daily except Sunday via Bay Line.
Trains makes close connection (br all polnto
North via Richmond and Washington.
All trains run solid between wnmington and
Washincton and have Pullman I^laca Sleepam
J. R. KENtY. J. r. DIVINE,
SupH Trans General SupX
T. M. EMERSON, Gen’l Passenger Agent.
TIiANTIC COAST LIKE.
PETERSBURG & WELDONR. Jf.
TKAINS GOIN6 SOOTH.
Leave Stony Creek,
110.10 am I 3.45 p i
lO.S.'lam 4.18 p i
I 11.11 am I
111.30 am I 4.49 p i
I 12.10pm I 5.23 pi
TKAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Weldon, I fi.lOa.m. I 3.15 p.m.
lie Re16e1d, 5.45 a.m. I 3.63 p.m.
Le Jarratts, | 6.00 a.m. I 4.09 p.m.
I>e Stony Creek, I 6.19 a.m. 4.33 p.m.
Arrive Petersbnrg, ( 6 51 a.m. | 5.13p.m.
All trains ran solid Weldon to Washins
E. T. D. MYERS, T. M. EMERSON,
Oen’l Superintendent. Oen.PaasenneraKl
TO THE PATRONS
OUIRK TIMP Between NORFOLK and
yUlUIV I imC EA8TKBNN. CAKOUK
On and after Monday, December ITtk,
and «nlil fttrther notice, the Steamei
CHOW'AN, Cdfetain Withy, will
LEA f E FR ANKUN on Mondays, Wed.
nesdays and Fridays forEDENTON, PLT*
MOUTH and ail Intermediate poiata ea
arrival ef mail tmin fivm FMiameDtli, aar
RETURNING- i1ie “Cbowan» will
reach Fnaklin on Tneadaya, ThmMbijw
andSat«rdays at9:lSA. M.. in time to
connect with Faat Mail InriD ftosn Brisiffk
to Portamenta and with Expnss tmin tm
Pasaeniiars, tiy this aTf^n||•n«nt, taking
theStmmer Chowan at a ly pelBt «i tto^
BEACH NOKFOLK by 11 edaek A. V.,
and thns h»ve the entire day ht tlN liHkk
action of hnsinsas in thatci^.
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