' ' m J r i ' .... . " - . -
i. AzHkjxhi. 'Mxm jtwaat:-v.
, - v. k
THE tT kiK.
Nfw .r his I'oite
JOT BCL1C. M. C. J AN 1 !
TVS owner of lb steamer lly
tl Bpabiic wants $:.0, 'W n
. XTVB&Y oo thoM commDC '.he
M Jr wttk hfjor rlfM and
Tnaofottoa of the rc problem
ku Bot jtt bea toivMl I: . the
"UiwprtMibJ contltef of -.he
8nCTS liAilrol (.'ohiji;m;oi
tot Nortk Carolina ; n Apparent
etrtaiaty, the proapctji of Kastern
Darollaa are mncb brif htcr.
TT1 General AwmNT w.;; roc
Ttao on Wednesday the J:h of
January. The ballot for 1. S. Sen
aior will btfm on the n?-on.! Tne
jdy thr after
THIS New lrne J. a a.iAL senda
Lraternal Tetin to all North
Carolina jcarnahit.4 May the
IM jear be a joyoai aa l pmper
vnM tot to every oit of too.
Mil O KltL uyj Th Aml
ciaa are fall of naari ,., am.1
t&air eouatry l- jeitinj Kke th
laad of conjuring. The eart'a :s
mail, it ha.i often N?n remirked,
bat Abhc i larf
TBK fTeateat French oroe writer
morn'.niJ s'ir heraldrvl :
aaJ m:; h uf Tu-r.me.l
Titct? mav hvr rr. .14 .- in
ap-n b.s r-1' 1 l;-'.l i::.
Year urc kt ii p '
u(ma '.ho wein . So mo t
chiB'.nra fre:gh;el w.'h
Simt" r jrhts ilov.'(J
ii a' are
h.!t there is not reason
preher.il imnie.lidte l.iner '
Till II i III ItN" vM Mill
I II i.K.U I, OF III F I 1 1 .
p a b ! .
: . o n s
: . o n s
w ' . '. t h .
: ii i; h ! v
wren 1 1 . j.
lhi' (-.. 'nro r!
i 1 .pi) Kepn hi .o
ni : :i . '. s of a ! I (Mir re.i
tiiu-.i :e.in;er wi.s
r i . a '.
.lare.l nn.ler i
the 1 em a ml
lu: it was
irotrst, iml ir
er-v The cap
i .- said
Ml ! : V .
:. n i:
tie- , v '
: '. i. t.e::o
there w ... ':
V w ...recks
that e a
u i hi n
anon oar shore, tu
ni hapii.ru s.s niav i, w.i:
every brre-e. We r r n - thatth.s
'. .nd of our th-s fret- A ir.er:'.i o!
bonillew pww. ; ' .es -w:,' con
tinue '."v bs iimler the -np'Tr n'en.l
n provi.ioni-e "f H.m wii w.m
onr father's ar..!. 4 (iod,
hlesil f.irever :m re v e tr".t
that ti e Amertcin t'.a w:-'. r.se
until r stars ':iend w.tii the stars
of heaven. Whoever ,.f partisan,
spin" may haeeiisf.ed tathepat,
we trust that l'reaulent and peopi
ix that it would not have ieen sur
ind rendered I a French war vessel
had .wen m li e harbor ol I ort an
I'r'.n.e. S'e ere not aware that
Kranor had established a protei'tor
ate,'er 1 1 t :. and would iiisfnin
he r in her v lul at ion s (,f i n ernat ion
a! law. When to the HaUian
ii.u.l.lie adde 1 the com p' '.cat . on s
n Central America. ansiiiR irom
II nil ! i
: n:l.: (
p.. v-m men t .i! o.ntro! the
ma t'anai. it is not :mprd.i!
the liiend.y relations tha'
ha ; .p ly e i : tal bet wi en
.1 the I nit
a tes t i
1 1 a v e
he pure heaven
; r n ' that the
t he v a r w : 1 '. t e
r o'ii v i.'.'i'in
w . . i n se a !"Ove
phere of part
j c t5 ni sh rd ii .
srxedilv a:.d g
i'leor.' 1'. '.-w :.!-.. . r
mimlii'i of ttie l'crun
arol forc.'oly sa W.;h
mate ar..i conditions ,. heal
s MiuisUt 1'leni-
1 he i i n 1 I i .' I . :i: n: : I
1 r. ir r H in 1 1 1 l..r tin-
Ttii' r. i;i . ..t
corn i. . t t i : t tie
1 crti hcl s A-
n . :i in'ftl r-
a in -et : : . . n
a pro'i t n. ii M
pie I ed ; ' s n : n. i :
yestei d.i .
Tliere w.is i ;i,
t he cm in 1 1 1 it, w :.:
of the follow;:-
w m.ston i t t hr
m an : M a , .11 ',
secretarv ; IV. !
Oak llhl'- In-'
P.. I'.iirsvrll :
Fro!. ( !i is ).
Ins-:-;,',. : l'r..;. 11
the ( i.'l.Nimr.i pn'
M. ('. S. Noli!., ni
. pnbla- s.-iiooN. .i :. i P.
P.l a; r ot : :,(. ,i;sr..n pn
The t the :.. x
t he A ss,-tn'.'ly a.s set ; :
to .1 n'.y ' ! . ::. 1 ; e. ,i
Morehead ( .- A
and :i!:('io,:i.; p:,:
airan;i'! in fall. P i
ten sj iTi.il d.t;. s d;n .:.r
(ne ol w ii : h : 1 1 ; .. :
on w ii ;c a . o
present the (1
st all. all the S
monitor;, ot : !
1" lie rxeic-
COIlsl.st o! add.
matter-- i . ; . .
rem i n : see in r.-
'. . I 1.x ks Out .1
N t - i ii .
; : . ': .imn.e
i t : . 1 : : i . i
.; ii: u 1 a' e
. i ; i t i u . i !
' ' . . ' 1 I 1 , e . 1
(OLD WATER 15 ALL AO.
Ml I !
. :'!; .:: ii.- ( hv
t.i.i:r: (ii . -v i ! the . i
;: : i;n .m l iiv.t :m I i !
i'-mul. u-i I re.itli f tl.t-
' l : 1 '
.a may come from the East, you may
mine from the West,
i may tiring every wine fr,,m each
country the best i
. y are nothioj? to n;e if I only cud
jla-s i f cold waur rny thirntiuK to
I a v e .
h . you may
1: . s i-Mllp. s, d
P. : (,-. 1.
nniT-;fv, i h ,i : : -
ip' . d . ni n
'istli ire ;
1 . . 1 ot IV. i,
A A 1 de i n i a it . 1
c -."ii.Hil - ; 1 ' i . I .
lie W lllli'lie;-,,;,
i P..C .lohli .1.
1 ' I I Ul) . s .
i ' - e ,s s , . . ; i i.J
: . . in ,1 1 1 n f
r.d t l.e (.lace
s t .1 . . 1 .1 '; 1 :
;: amine w is
pro v des lor
; t he m's-:,.;..
State 1 )a .'
l.e! e W . 1 1
r I. p. s tl. it
in . m ei. t
'. ! - a t I 1 y n : ;.
: ; iio-ii.orv K-h. -si ,:
A is 1 -i --t.il- tr-rs
r in,- .ii a.l n.-n-r:.
. i -in th-ir s'.,.f. 1:
l -:. ; if
i t i 1 1; r
tli- . i 1 y
. 1 1 u . i i i
f v : :
! i I I U I.
; Ba.ii.. -
:i t f 1 r ,
. OK th :
...ir in hi- .-
I. W !, ,1
' '' m:iy come from the S:ui
Come from the North,
.oi may hrinx all the drink that those
countries bring forth :
N '. I ii laugh theHj to ncorn. w bile v. ith
ii ran ess I chm;
lo m Kl"is of cM wi-iler dipped fresh
from the spring.
i wit!, her hot cup oi
Th.it is j i-L the h- st
ly c. iik
CommenciDd after Tuedaj . January
1st, 180, th Old Domiciun Steamship
Compat y will resume their eemi week
ly tript, leavi'.g Xorfol k Moudsys an d
FridiivH. making closo e.ririeeii..n for
passengers ard freihtrt u ith th B S.
P. Co 's (old Bay lini-) i'mnnrsan.i the
Old Dominion liDe of K-team-hipK leav
ing Baltimore and N - w Yoi k respective
ly Wednesday s and Sinrdays p m.
Heturnicg wiii 1 ;ve N-wheme for
Norfolk rur-sJavH t.n 1'm.I
January 4th, l5;'j. .v i.l hr
of the new Beue.iu V o 1
mak in j eiose cooiit -i i-i. v
Co 'b steaniers for I '. i' i in..
Dominion Hteamsh i t s f r
There wiil ho no bc"t fio:i:
' erne on We neei !..
janl E. ii I. bill.
h ( Fri.i !v
.he Ii rrt 1 ri p
1 1-' m . 1 n o . n )
i", l; S V
i.- ami O.d
N . V i -
,: fr m X -a
i s. A . . I !,' .
;i. l to.- r. iv
01 the in s' i.,.; ni a i. d j
. . an n a I
OfUMday, W. Krues! Kenan, one excelled tn t he world . it h dy nam it-
daj wiahinj to toxa himself into a
proptMt of ill ooneo, predicted that.
If France cootmaed repoblioan.
a woe Id b"H.-f)aie a sev-?nd Amer
ica. G&XKKat. II AKlil.s N may der.ve
bSwflt by reading th Iivee of the
Presidents, bat i: has ben sag
fMted that if be will avoid reading
Uk Chicago platform he will make
Us taak eaaier and the resn't !:
Tax Wtlaiioton Mesaer has
stared op?n its third volame.
TbJw U a matter of rrcirat alation
to tao pabiio no ksx than to the
fJJw journal in whose prosperity
if ortll Carolinians feel aa honorable
JCIXiS II KiiS.1 w. aa i Joa.ah
Turner ara added to the list ot
Senatorial candidal. If every
aiXsXrhood brings oa; a car:d:
data Baoaom may noC h elected
oa tae SraC ballot, but w do not
IiT a coasbmstioa ran made
to defeat btm.
rHOOXI.tos is reiorted from
Dakota, a crevice in the earth
gmita a volume ot steam, iccom
pa!4 by a ttrotig alpharooa
dor aad hat colored smoke; there
It a dwp rambling sound, tnd the
greaasl ia lit immediata neighbor
fetood ia heated. I it a volcano T
Dci'D Renaw taji : "The year
cioaea with fenenl coofldenoe
ralhar greater iaded than the
praat itate o pricea and the rate
, f oompenaatioo ia soaie of the
aaoat iaaprtaat indoatrea appear
to warrant, bat the marveloo.4
frowth o the country continue
aad iaanrea as increasing demabd
for prod acta at no distant day.''
ly popoLatioa and weaJth ail the
Territoriaa o( the I nited States i
raak thus: Dakota X),iiO), oJO,
000,000; L" t ah 10,000, 1 M,0O0i.
Nov Mexico 17S,l. ai.W.iXW.OOO :
Washington 16S,i10, rO,().0O) i
Moatana I4O.0O), 70jX':o) ; An
ion 12t),0, 73,0W,O3 . Idaho
100,000, 6o,X)0,t10 Wyoming
SoOOO; Alaska Jt), $.'..,isoV
EXJJAXiX LlaKKl.s. .N .s study -iajc
the lires of the Presidents. He
kaa eoociadetl bis perasal of the
Uf of George Washington and
has had the grati Scat ion of seeing
aonse thing familiar. He will next
take ap John Adams, and will fee!
perfectly at home aa be gos along
Bat when he comes
Jeffertoa he wl! b x s
Oor. Hill, ct
dropped from bis staff
an who declared during the last '
ea-mpaiga that be would rather!
bare tbe drinking saloons behind
him tbau the churches. 1'y this
the GoTfrncr clearly rr.a'kes a con
ceasioa to the moral sentimeat of
the coo a try which should te recog
A PlKt.s d.spatch 1 lec.
aaysi "The Chamber cf le; utirs
today d;caased the Senate's
amendment to the Hndget. In the
course of debate Powet.er, of the
Right, attacked the government
far g-oiflg to extremes in 'cnlan.--Ing
achool-s. Premier Florae: n
reply declared his warmest j; .rov
al ol everything :h: had bsen
done to eeulai;-e -tii.l. Tie
Itepnbl'.c, he sa i. i
celTrd with ec t !
and a mot -en '..
it tbrcoghent p;
by a rote ot
THE is-sue of ;
Janaarr 1 wiii
erery indaslry built in t '
em States in the ) ea:
ry ooe enlarged and
were projected. The leading
branches show sn encouraging m
crease. The total number of rail
rod companies organ ved ia tbe
Soath during the year was .'.V.
TTw TraJeeman will say that the been
Ojrnres do ndt ao moch show whatWin:
. t ix1 a .
t n r 'ceo .
The Pritish go eriiinen
yet appointed a MieoCN.sor
potentiarv from the Court of St.
,lamen to the government ol the
Pinted St ilen. Oar Minister, Mr.
Phelps, is still m London, but, as
official relations between the two
countries are suspended, his retire
n.ent mav be exjected at an early
dav 1 here ar other matters in
controversy between Great Hnt.im
a-id the I'm ted State. The Pish
enes has long lxen a prolific cause expicted tint ; he at teiidai.ee w
. ... reacli u.ore t iian t h i ee t lioi; -.. . d .
ot ilafi'lltClil, .lliu nuw uir 'iu-
i.osed annexation of Canada is
e i f the
. i m ! I n i .
r-, his i;-,
lot : t .
vert y -! . n - r - -a : ; ii . ' i
vo- h, '.11, I in hu d 4
: r i: --s h- i ;n- v. -! . .m ! e
1 it-- s . tie- i. : 1 1 h t v pr '
t I t i.e I i i f I : . e '.
A o J the najh :
neverjjfe f.r me.
A i her 1 1 1 e seem to smile ;ui. her e es
Hi ir.-nni. r britf 'i t.
i l sie"s mr that she ':- l. iiin vlie
: i ink that 's just r ilit
' et M.me others there are. who'll lirnoy
i'o 'tis coffee that all sh..ld p!ac-
:! st on the 1 i-1 :
fiu' tr.tir (.cf.ee is inu.l.ni.d th- ir tea
j ist as buil .
At iio t i me i.i t
country did line
ll Oil W,-l;p. ;;i
I no min .! ':.. ei, i
tli an r '" :i i h
. liusille.s.s i . Id.
hl.stol ;. ,1 i ills f
Chi isi i.i n in i o j
i:o ii ::ier( i
- a r a t e r m v
r - :-i mi
I k r i o .
tc. it"r a? rtd as the ruby.
wil u r r s.. m b.es t he d i Aimmd !,
, f r .m its
Thnii'-li th" vrorld is u i
ior e ery Clio t) take .i
tiler- npp(-,,is t, r' li--jo.
t le and n o ki- d.ie .
happy as w,- p...--. .dun
is : we :, r e':i inri :!!-.
and ei'. .ssin o- e.u h i,: h
angles: uml ...;;. hj.-e
e ( 1 1 . ; ; j ' .
.i little, and
on w 1 1 w i
H. et :-u H
ft at rijjht
Ur public men in Amei . l l,.i 1
unite. 1 to I'oMii.ii. ..pent lie
of the Assemble in an addres
the morn , ng ol .1 u n e P. . h . Fin
whole Will lild tile ll UIl ! 11 iT .sr.s.s'.iill
will be more : ntere.stiiig and v.
uable than eer before and it is
1 i liat , tie .ltteliilai.ee w 1.1
". ' - r . : a m oi r ;i : . s, , . ; . : e i. . r
. .i - n i isi-r .i.tiiir.cV a. th h.- I
. n 1 t -1-r. v w i-c: es iu-r i.l i
I'll: lie- 1 .-: -cik i.i.m il .; ii il - i
:i p- t'. e. M -.:ui.N to h-r h .. : .
A ; 1 w. e.s as !.. at. i , . - 1 1 . . I ,, r .
. ;.er 1 . ve 11 1 lo r (, ., .. : .. I .
1 i ;ii- in li.i' kijvt-i f ill" ii'ir
n . v a I--iv ler.rsof .'l i-,iiu r .-.
' .-r-iw . . 1" h pe. or i :" i r. a j .
' l : i . : :: f re w p t . . a r 1 I.
'.'.': r- i.. . Jir.:-- -h'dl rlnr.l f r in
dead 1 '.he sunt.enms i i !-rei.. .r iaiinoi '. ii
'.a!l rise . ii a Unified sphere.
vermore in their orient Rplender
i go down on the grave of the ear.
.1 i .i. k to von r he;
J u e -,,'-t : k 1 1 r. eu p.
1 toe -;r. . P t its glory
ot t he ii-mpi-;
o vet ued at Ii 'st
"111! i l .1-1
rej cre.it elevators and heavy
tn everv miner, ami auo.u ... fccuvii .n...
i r . t;:-.u ,...1..-
, wh.rli enteri into the mfiit. 1 ne liuure r.nn.u
ith its towards tbe I nited Mates n.is no
m e in
forest wear ti
arts and const rnt ion
I . r . Vl.CgeS ot l i,,.
mil .i t te :i d .nice is . 1 , ; i- as
lie ret ('tore, ex'ended to all v. .eh
ers and triends of educattou iu ttili
and other States. T:;e im inbershiti
J T 1 .1. kn
wm'er garden ..f the coast country een annonnceo, anu ooru ai.' .
,-in or.e hand and thezrfns and
grasses of the Ohio and M ismss: po.
valleys on the other, the Appa
lachian region of the Sinth tortus
the ba-sis of a m an u factur; n s coun
try compared with w h ch any other
,)f our co n t : n e n t . or within . n e
d, ts insigr.itican
"The variety of soil in the South
ern States is as great as that ol
climate, and yet its resources
mill one day be re'pired to meet
the diversity of agriculture which
' will follow industrial d.versity in
other fields. Here in the Sooth
is the field up n wha h can tse
created a home market and d.ffer
'inhome ir. ! ;:c'. o ns whether
.the field, forest t m r.e. whose
! needei exe'aanges w.ii enrich
! while their grow-.ug den. and wtl.
, tax, the sod of tin' V. es- a;..! r h
. mdastrles of the Hast.
To broadeu the general found a
tions of oor continental comm. a
wealth, by bringing into supporting i
relatione, the wealth, institutions
aad interests ol tbe South, is the
ntinished work of the war. War
is bat the regr guard of ciriliation.
Its task is to hold the ground until
the broken lines ot progress can 1
formed anew for a still further ad
vance. The hooihouse, the m ill.
th lurnace, tne mine, connected
by railroads, aad the iople who
man and operate -.hem. must
stitute the xrmanent forts
garrisons. p. this
quer. Al. can he!
ail must share in
. . 1- - 1 Wa mffAr (T,
mav conciuoeio noiu m ujaLin
aboN-ni-e until tbe Harrison ad
t.r.niitrat mn is inaugurated.
The litest indications point to
Mr. Chauncey M. Depew. of New
iork, .i-s President Harrison's
Secretary of State. He is Doted
for his courtesy and conservatism,
and would employ consummate
: n :
t ; o n s .
w : t h an v s ti t
f all international ipies
ringing itmut a peace
fees will nt it
dnetions of ra:
1 pt-r d i for
day tor males.
At the clo
Weeks' t i .11 r to
en tire e j -ei. s,
drcd and tlf'
party will g i
( 'onst a n t : n op'
,e liii-n. tiers to an re
Iroad 1 .(tes ,,.d 'hotel
i:..t 1 I ill s w ill be
! e n i a 1 e s ,i : ; d ; J e i
e ( . tilt: M-s.sp.n i .Ii i
hers u ill make a six
P i: 1 1 .pe. on w h i cii t lie
of t i avel and hotel
not rirt'i il one hum
y dollars each. The
as lar as i'aris and
e News and 1 1)
h id spok
to v onr husban
( el .eh iir.i-il ii- d o;i
oo pi i. nd to admit it ?
is, and ever w;M tn
oelillls . K 1
v itr eiit I iter.iry Iliscov i v .
! ' .s now 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 fifty yea is .s.nce
.. llaiopean .scholars made the
' i ein. ii k il.iie literary discovery
: c.-nt ury, t he existence of t lie
K i.v.i'a, or Finnish epic poem,
i i epic had never been committed
i w riting by the people of Finland,
bu; had floated from generation to
generation down the ages by repe
tition from one to the other. While
there were men among the Finns
who made it almo&t their business
in life to preserve and perpetuate
the Kalevala, the poem was the
common property of the people
Onestions for a Wife.
! nu recollect uh.it your feel
ng were immoili.itilv after von
unkind word and was recited bv them over their
M;;.s. .' ...V.L..V. b S.m.T !!!' -,Vkl f
should ,si y Li- Ufod .'. ' ... ii. i
teething it roolh- h the lOiio -. i,.
toe kuujs. h i a.l pain, eui -.,.'
colic, if. i - toe oe-t r-.e '. -V; i ;-
ni-v -live cent - .. i l.
A dagger eighteen in in s !,,;.-. '
of fin est stct I inlaid ith id .f-u-
of gold engiaved in Arabic chaiac
ters, was found :, tt ly by a hei ds-
man in Gillespie county, Tex., and i
it is thought to be a'relic of tbe i
time of Cortez, and to have been!
originally bought or captured from
the Moors by some grandee of!
The Earliest Pea in the World.
Besides beinjr the KAKLIKST, is the HAKDIKsT and MOST
PRODUCTIVE variety ever introduicd. Plant tlieui and s- llu
MARVELOUS result. Sold only in our leaded sealed 'J-tniftlicl
sacks. Per bushel, 4.0. Ten bushel- .'2r per bushel.
BUISTS PREMIER EXTRA EARLY PEA
The STANDARD VARIETY with MARKET OAItDENERH.
Per bushel, 3.75. Ten bushels, 3.50 per bushel. Send for
our SOUTHERN GARDEN MANCAI, for IHSS-just issued.
ROBERT BU IST, Jr. .Seed C rower. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Cd you not
' i d. and yet
' That was,
tires during the long winter months.
These recitations were antiphonal
in character, alternate lines being
SHE I '(iR.lTEFtL.'
I - --d the i f - ..f my l.ttlegol l,y h ;
pr.-mj.t uef Ir. Ark-r's ltnir!ih "Ketr.e.ly ,
l.r Conpumpiii ri Mns V.t. V. H.inin'
MAN. .rV luri. i ,v 11. 1',-rrv Vw I
N C. ' " I
given bv each to the music of the ! B.
the temper which rude native harp.
labors incessantly to destroy your Thls wonderful poem , the crea
.e..ce, which chea's 30:1 with an tioQ 0f ;M1 unknown author fif
ei! delusion tint your husband ' iri,ipeil it be the work of one audi The firiu of TS03. GATES & CO
deserved your anger, when he really not 0f m;VDV minds), has sung itself
most required your love. It is the ; fl,r centuries, into, if not out of, the
cancer winch feeds on those tin- . hL.art of a whole nation. "The
speakable emotions ,o;i f ,1 1 on the pnconscions is alone the Complete,"
first pressure of his hand ami hp. 1 aua lt SPPms t0 have baen Doured
Plaine is made Secretaiy
em becomei more difticult.
mind enough to grapple
1 e c t . out
Nt ejr in ( hiria
Good cheer and good res
are now in or
lor this Is tii
lor ail over the world,
hoi. day t ime oJ" the
.lL'iti as well as ( "nns
mis spirit that
plo.T. a.-y .
'e tru.s; that l't' wdi te made
memorable by the honorable ad-ls-
tnent of onr foreign affairs.
t ; a n . T.'io 1 r
there a ; e ii a pp. ly
t here wi-re a ) ua;
ago, eiij v a ! Ii ree
Jones County Items.
laves, of whom
not mi man as
r of a centurT
la .' bamitiet of I ;"
fieedom t the close of the year,
(luring tna: seeiu.ng pause ot our
ta.sk in as'er. the sun. as he ; 111 ns to
retrace Ins app a : t 1, . .its, : i . ; , 01 g h
the heav ens.
livery people ceh-tuate.s the les
five seaim in i's own way, and
with such means as it ian command.
, Mrs. llrce,of the Pngli.sii Mission
th our colored , m China, renortsth.it the Chinese
Never forget the manner 111 which ' out mstincti vel v as the song of a
the dunes of that calling can alone , uir,i from the " promptings of an
be tuliilled. If onr husband i ! iard impulse. Tbe vigor of its
hasty, your example of patie-me Iin(..s anj tiiejr naire simplicity
will dude as well as teach him. ,.0ntinuallv remind the reader of
iour violence may alienate Ins Homer.
heart, and your neglect impel him j The ' publication of Hiawatha,
to desperation. 1 our soothing will 1 bv Longfellow, at once raised the
redeem him your softness su bdue j ,luestiou as to whether he had taken
him : and the good natured twinkle j lt rom tlie Kalevala. As mar be
of those eyes, now tilling beautifully Sf,Pn i,v anyone who will compare
with priceless tears, will make him j the tW0( tne resemblances are more
than striking. Had Mr. Longfellow
mi r own. Px.
Farmers are busy
this ear's crop.
I Much moving w
inenils who are aa usual looking ; employ the firecracker to a proditr
tor that better plac. ious extent in testifv ing t lieir joy at
Several of oar farmers say t hat 1 t he com ing 1 u of t he ear. In the
they Intend to increase, their crop third night of her residence among
ol borne scpplies this year 1 the Celestials, she was roused from
w e co n -
we .earn to m
we shal. iove rii
w each other letter j
The Jones County Farmers Al
liance will convene at Trenton on
Friday next, the Ith inst.
Trenton has during the holidays
beea a calm, quiet place not much
of the ( be joyful" nsed. What
a change daring the last few years.
The weather prophet are again
predicting a wet summer. All who
; j are believers in their prophesy had
better go to using the spade and
shovel in their old ditches.
We had no accidents of any kind
up here during Christmas; none in
the deep sleep ol midnight by-
universal discharge of flu-crackers
and other explosives. The noise
announced the new year, and had
the additional utility of driving
away all the evil sp'.rit-j that might
be lurkmg about to disturb the
gayety of the festal mom.
Not that the mocking Chinaman
has much belief in evil spirits. He
loves his firecrackers: he dotes
tiKn a multitudinous noise, ana he
mentions the evil spirits by way of
an eicne for his weakness. In
other particulars, the people ol
ier more. As
industries mu.i.: . cecii"uaojm 1 me countv mat we nave neani 01, 1 ( t,n , ,,k,,A, HTl.,.M,.nr sns nt M.p
. . - ... . I 1 ' 1 ( (.-., I t- . . n i .-
wa. 1 ne new ..nes .0 rairp. .-ii. v. i'. 1 rx-emninz of ttie vear: thev
1 horn as
jer :n a
w... pa.as a
tv for nr. el :
M wrl 1 a--. : ii e
Sou', ii. and po
ami tears w i.l
All th.s can
in a irir. I'. t
piciou.sly . 1 :
emit r. o 1 u r
ben'v. :'. mav n.stlv
as the dawn of a bright a
oas era :n Anter.c in h'.sto:
P. at how bre.tks the New
North 'aredma Tins Ne
morn is moat pro; :; .. us
div.de the ,0.
white otirs of
t : ca 1 r a-e pre; a .
ot l- ac
i 1 s.s'. I
'. a m e . b u '
vear : t he v n;iv
t .... e.rlir . - -
jiavsvn.e. wno ieu 110111 iiis uu;(t their debts, arrav themsHvee in
and was killed. Dew. t.0thcs. and distribute gifts.
"e have heard of two case ol : They make a great point of pay
horse stealing in our county during ! in g their debts, so as to start fair
the last two weeks. Mr. Hargett ! with the new eai : and il anv man
omplisiied of Polloksville, and Henry Mnrrill
pens aus- 1 colored, near Trenton, have both
had a horse stolen .
Corn is selling here, we learn, at
'si and To cents per bushel. We
suppose that lefore June many will
have to pay mach more than this.
Fodder one dollar per cwt. anil very
little to sell at that price.
The prisoners in jail at Trenton
came near making their escap by
ripping off some of the steel bars
Y ear 's
or , has
There :s no;
l'here are ; near the elevator a few nights ago.
clouds :n the 1 la-stern sk v, bu thev. The prisoners are liobert Smith,
are a.s the fringe of imperial r-ds. Hay woo.1 Smith and John Cox, all
1 (.. 1 1 i.i .
The Free W ill l'.aptiots held a
m ion meeting at their new church
ul PI . near Trenton on Fndav, Saturdav
and Snniiay. There were a large
crowd in attendance on Sundav
t a o r e
'.e 1 '
From Tt mi. ase
. t .s a f'i'v
m c Q n '. a : - s j
: ' n
a po' :n t
s t h ere'.
t n.itier a
1 a . n s ' ii 1 '
u r own
is so unhappy as to be una the to
pay all that he owes, he pay s as
much as he can. and his creditors
are bound in honor and decency
not to press him for the rest until
season is over.
A 1 rt'j sh c .'" say s
every man to his hieml, when he
meets him on New Year's morning.
His friend lm low, and repeats
the words, Juni V .' uni slit ."'
The meaning is, "I congratulate
you," or, as wo say, -T wish you a
happy New Year." We bow to our
readers at this j.iyl'ul season, and
say to each of t hem, with all siu
eoiity and heartiness "Kl'Ni;
SHI' ' K '''; SHE 1" Selected.
see n i ;
I . .s ". r i
1 1 v e g
- at-.d a
I II ' S M' s
I corn ::.
to ne -.
.1 r : e
'. 1 . e .4 li
; , I ' ' e
e a 1 '. h ,
A ' Ian tn
. 1 r .1 - -
; u : 1 s t
; r :: t
a a ce
" as re
placard u (V
a rr ed
t ne v
he Trad. -ii.
ci . n '. a : n a
a 1 .
d N .1
com n; er . e 1 :
, a N o r 1 1 . 1 4 :
en v.oi; s 01 ' h ;
'at we are eal.
and am 'a. 1 10 a 1
m e u ;
hens. hie to ord.nary m.nds.
fairest pare of North 1 aroi.na
ganlen sped of the world-
perm, t ted 'o ianguisli
d' t he fas : en 11 g care 0 ;
last, Ke. (I . W. Harrison gave
ti.ein a good sermon.
The Christmas tree at Trenton on
( hnstmas eve was a grand success.
The tree was literally loaded with
pre.eii's which kept Santa Clans
busy nearly four hours to distribute
them. The old, the young, the
motherless, the la'herless were ail
made glad. The old oourthoOhO
was nearly tilled to overflowing.
Perything parsed oil' nicely; all
were in the be.st ol good humoi.
'e would like to see our next
Legislature make the attempt to
s'anij. 1 nt i.og cliolera in N'mth
Carolina, like some of the States
li done to prevent the spread ot
ca- le disease, bv passing stringent otlsprm
npeiiiiig larmers wiio have
t have the disease to re
: sick hogs fi (Mn t he
and shut them up where
: i.ogs can't get to them, and
alien one d.es bury him. Lis
waiter and spring the citir.ens ot
Trenton township had the cholera
brought in their midst and lost
er tive hundred hogs, by an old
lion to Have Health? Swine.
Keep iarge and small separate
and not more than ten m a lot.
Feed regularly and liberally of
wholesome ...nl, a! .v.iy some bulky
food, and let each teed be eaten Up
clean before more is e; vi-n.
(Pve wallowing places, ashes,
charcoal, and salt, ,iiid plenty ol
exercise in timber pa-tures vield
. a s
in . .
r a n g
ing sh ide, roots, nut
Put 110 doubly s. ured
ind. rain and snow.
Hogs with litter get
you wish disease, put
t he straw pile.
tilings, i .reed on .y m
and ne er fi 0111 a sin
I 1 in ma' u n
an : in a 1 s is pre.i i-p..-1
tiive pure w ati
pro; ec'ed !ro:
ut no litter.
1 wa 1 in . f
.;r hogs to
I he MflguituJe of the Karth
i According to a recent authority,
;:he circumference of the globe is
, t wen ty-tive thousand and twenty
miles. It is not a.s easy to compre
hend so stupendous a circle as it is
to put down its extent in figures.
It becomes mere palpable, perhaps,
by comparison, such as this: a rail
way tram travelling incessantly
night and day, at the rate of
twenty -tive miles an hour, would
reijuire six weeks to go around it.
The cubical bulk of the earth is
two hundred and sixty thousand
millions of cubic miles. If the ma
terials which form the globe were
built up in the form of a colarnn,
having a pedest al of the magnitude
ol England and Wales, the height
of the column would be nearly four
and a half millions of miles. A
tunnel through the earth, from
Fngland to New Zealand, would be
nearly eight thousand miles long.
Tne house wil! be kept iu tuimoil
whoie there is no toleration of mis
takes, no lenity shown to failings,
no meek .submission to injuries, no
so t answer to turn away wrath.
If you lay a single stick of wood
in the grate and apply lire to it, it
will go out : 1 ii t on another stick,
and they "ill bum; ami half a
doen. and you will have an effec
Tliere are other tires subject to
the same condition, if one mem
ber of a family gets into a passion,
and is left alone, lie will cool down,
and possibly be ashamed and re
pent. But oppose temper to tem
per, let one harsh answer be lol
iowed by another, and there will
soon be a bla.e which will enwrap
them all in its burning heat. Fx..
Sae iour limliir.
The following resolution wa
adopted by the N. C. State Grange
at Kiustou and the secretary ie
quested to have it published :
Whereas. .Many of the farmers of
N'orth Carolina are selling the tim
ber from their lands, many of the
contracts under deed, running for
.ifteen years, and many, of said
land owners are not using due judg
ment iu reserving timber suQicient
for their farm use, therefore
Resolved. That we warn larmers
against s.ii;ng timber w i- hout fully
protecting themselves by way ol
reserving a supply siiilicictit for all
,1 , osli 1 ,:i! 1 ti gs s.;s 1 1 lie best
uiedisin 1 kno for the inniati is to
thank the Lord it ain't t he gout."
1 e ,s s
.a a 1
e .1 1 1: ni a I s
s harn to tell
linn in principle
:i ; so
1 1 m
s 1 :
1 1 ter
w a t er is in
fr em er. ( 1.
ponds ,.r poois is ,
Pigs .should be :
spr ; n g a ii d kept
foods rn ;lk. br 1:1
ry e, ctrasses,
until late 1. 1.1
on corn mostl
blue grass, pumpk:
tatoes and turnips
steamed clover ha v. .
. i e
til deep Wt il.s
id :n w .nvi
by -i-iiiig- .
.se 1 I ei . 1 1 P g
w ill in 1.11 ly
-. . a' s. green
- ' green ly e.
bo. led o-
i'li In an.
w het her a man
or simply obstinate, but the man
himself never expresses any doubt.
Guard your tempers, especially
I a' els ii!
ill health, irritation
ami soften them for
a M-rise 1 I cur own
invented this verse, it would stand
as the most brilliant achievement
of his life, and give him a fair claim
to be called poet in the emphatic
sense of the word. And although
his name could never have been
associated with it adjectively, as
that of SpeDser with his measure,
posterity would not have been un
mindful of his fame. . But the
resemblance does not lie in the
metre only. The general plan and
structure of the poems are the
same. air. Schoolcraft's Algic lie
searches and History of the Indian
Tribes, which furnish the chief
staple of the SoDg of Hiawatha,
contains nothiDg but loose, dis
jointed, independent, fragmentary
legends. There is no relation be
tween them no such thing as a
connected tale of Hiawatha and
his exploits, taken down from the
mouth of Indian bard or musician ;
in other words, no nucleus of an
epic. All this is the work of the
poet, who has evidently chosen
Kaievala as his model. The runes
are alike; the preludes are alike
Both heroes are mythological per
sonages. After numberless magical
adventures, YVainamoinen takes
his departure at the birtn of the
Christ Child; Hiawatha, after lead
ing a life similar in every respectj
retires at the approach of the Jenit
missionary. Both departed in like
manner sailed away far over the
blue waves and disappeared from
the eyes of the spectators into the
horizon, their boats hanging mid
way between heaven and eaith.
"Were there nothing else to inter
est us in the latest translation of
the Kalevala, such a charge would
be sufficient. But in point of fact
the poem is full of beautiful image
ry, and it breathes a spirit as racy
and as unique as anything in litera
ture. Current Literature.
Defend us from people who will
-cavil on tho ninth part of a hair !"
It is painful to argue with your in
veterate objectionist who will ad
mit nothing, take nothing for
granted, however palpable, but who
compels you to re establish patent
facts, and ruargue questions that
have been settled for ages. The
best way to deal with one of these
iuGnitesimal casuists is to let him
Of all the bores one meets with
in society, the man who demurs to
everything, tho mere phrase catch
er, who is always on the watch to
trip you up on a technicality, or
coiner you with a quibble, is the
most detestable. We would rather
play foot ball with a hedgehog than
chop logic with a fellow who in
trenches himself behind abreast
work of evasions, and whose main
object is not to be convinced. Noth
ing can be learned of such people,
nothing can be taught them.
have this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, having closed out their entire
stock of (oods wiil discontinue the
ftrocery business. All persons indebted
to paia firm are hereby requested to
make immediate payment to Thos.
Gates, who will collect all accounts
ana pay an Haoiiities of the late firm
E. H. BARNUM.
Mr. K. R Jones having bought out
our entire stock of gooda. we cheerful
ly refer all our customers and friends
to him for goods in hia line, knowing
that all who trust their business to his
care will receive prompt and careful
attention and will find Mr. Jones to be
a most courteous, affable and correct
gentleman. Thos Gates,
jac3 bf.; E. H. Babnum.
Go to F. S. DUFFY
A.D Bi y
DRUGS & MEDICINES CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best asortment of Trusses In ihe clty
K large, varied and select stock of Perfu
mery and Fine Hoaps.
A cholco assortment of Fine and Cheap
fceeds for Trucking and Garden Planting,
Hat-Plumes, Feather-Fans, Mounted Birds,
Feather Work and Fancy Articles made by
Miss A. W. Duffy.
Also, a handsome collection of Chrlntmas
Goods and sundries, all of which we offer at
the VERY LOWEST PRICES for CASH.
deel dwtf p. s. prjf FY,
For Girls and Young Ladies.
Spring Session of 1889.
Opens January 16th.
tt-" Write for Catalogue to
JOSEPH KIMSEY, Principal.
Do not spend your morn ;
your Husband, Brother or I
I , ri ' line fill for
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
As agents for owners we offer for sale on
easy tuii accommodating terms the follow
log described Improved Real Estate In the
No. 1. WHARF PROPERTY AT UNIO.N
rviisi ; inciuaes me piece or land known af
lilt. l&iAjSD. ara tne wharf or roadway
leading ineravo irom list Front etieeL.
Also, water space now being filled In. The
location is tne Dest in tne city for all manu
facturlng purposes. whll the largest omft
visiting our waters have ample depth Qf
water ior loaning anu unloading at the
No. 2. TWO HOUSES AND DOTS Al
L-MU.m MUM, occup ed as dwellings.
No. U. HABVKV WHARF PROPERTY
Including part of water front of Lot No. 12.
In the plan of the city. Upon the property
ib iuaLvu t tuiiimumiiiii oncK warenouse
The O. D. H. 8. C. use a portion of the prop
No. 1. THE IRON FRONT WAREHOUSE
ON GRAVEN (STREET.
No. 5. BRICK MOKE AND DWELLING
u.i OKA t. SIKEH' occupied by II. O. E.
A full description of this valuable DroDer
ty, together with the best terms upon which
the same will be sold, nil. be furnished on
application to the undersigned at their offlcti
inaoum rioni street.
WATSON & STREET,
decfldwtf Ins and Real Estate Agts.
Office Reqister of Deeds, Craven Co
Newbern, Dec. 28, 1888.
All Merchants, Traders, Liquor Deal
era, Keepers of Ferries, Commission
Merchants, Auctioneers, and all others
in Craven county who are required to
list their purchases, reoeipts or sales,
under Schedule "B" of the Revenue
Laws of North Carolina, are hereby
notified to liat the same with the under
signed at his office during the FIRST
TEN DAYS IN JANUARY, 1889. The
said liata must contain all purchases or
receipts, as the case may be. for six
months ending Dec. 31st, 1888, and
Bhould be sworn to and subscribed be.
fore the Register of Deeds.
All persons failinz to list before the
10th of January, 1889, will be subject to
a double tax.
Retail liquor dealers will take notice
that they must obtain permit from the
Board of Commissioners, at the meeting
in January next, for the ensuing twelve
montks, before obtaining; a licence to
sell liquors by the retail.
Rsgister of Deeds,
(Il'cSS dwti Craven Co., N. C
k4 actaJlj bn bailt m they in
dicate tb wide diversity nl an
mLiUJtble drift of ntTpris and
cadMTor ia th Southern yute,
cil.'red wiiinnii from leaver creek
tcwnhip moving here and bring
ii:,; wi;h her two or three little
knotty pig t hat were .nick and were
turned out iu the range. Would it
nut 1) nzht to comnel farmers who
move from one towhihip to another A pricul: nri.ir .
to have their hogs inspected before
they turn them oat in the raDge,
and if they are guaected of beinj;
sick, have them shut np where
other hoe; can't reach them ? If
cur Legislature won't take it in
hand I ho(ve oar brothers in the
Alliance will take hold it, and, as
it said that we have bursted the
Hagging Trust, let us now make an
effort towards bursting the hog
cholera. We confldentlv believe first dose that sin slept ail iiit;ht and
that hog cholera can be prerented with one bottle has rtven miraruU.uily
Irnm . , ro a ,1 , n r amr.ncT hncra in.t a a Cured. Her niniMfl Mrs. I.uthi-r Lut;-.."
o .,an-.rr..l rh-r- "' .I .ir ! : Thus .riW r. H.mr.eh A- Co.. of
ii -o o u-. i cn M OUJBU ivi Litii muuuc Rhlhv. l f',t S.,itl fr.. i 1
w a -.
l . . 'in p r e
pie a w .4 1 e
!;.-ation of the .ntna
v'.) will lie the moot
ii v ; i
in ii :n. ii . : : i --; n
u he n i :s a.r.ri: ;.
( () M M 1' I I ,) A I Hi.
, i o en r
we rn a
i ili evel
: im ll na
v r k t n i .
State. I.e: the Iliceu
Legislature and he pe
to a proper rea
A Wo.nau'a Dlro. rrj ,
'Another wonderful di.ieovory liao
been ma.le sn.l that too by a la.ly in this
county. Disease fastened in clutches
upon her and for seven years she with
stood its several tests, but her vital or
gans were undermined and death
seemed imminent. Ki.r three months
she coughed incessintly and could not
leep. hc tiought of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Dmcovery fur C'on-iuniption
anu was po mucn relieve. l on tasinc lernjc
: 1 v i. :. i-.it
c" ';i -in.; !-
. and per-'i:r--r.-!iitw.
.a-, and Lv.n
radical cure 1
ft : 1 Nrrv.ni.i 1
t.-d its wen
Md demoostnsfce tae rapiu glorious year m our historv
t .vectioa U Bakioff towards be " :
coming ta naaafctnrtac region
katfltted It tor. ' re n0 rrophecies o( evil for 1S9. ! hnman beiDs.
Duffy 'e drug store.
. y. u ... .. - ,...i.
in . s-:. i,h r v : :. . 1 ' . ! r
ii-ni. d - 1". r i :. - n--i
tn.-iiieii t .'lire . r i . ti -'.i ii. ;c :
Catarrh, A?thi.:a and all Tlir
Aflrciiuiip, als.i a posi-.iv ar.
f . 1 1- N-rvrius Pi bili'y ni; 1
Con. I'laint-, afif-r l.ainc.' t."-
derful 'iira'iv-- iov.rs in rhtvisimds t.f
canes, U.s luit it Lis duty t i!.ake it kn.iwu
to 1. is m. iT.-rir e fed im j. Aituati.I by this
motive and ii desire t. r.-lieve human suf-
I will seiid free of clc'.rgp. to all
u lio d-sir- it. ti.U leeipe in (leriuan,
1'reiioli or Kn-iisL w :'.!i full i:n-c: -ns for
pr. -..-irii'ir and t.-lu.'. S-". nt oy mail by ad-
drt-iEg with s-.aii.p. nar.:ir.- th;s pajier.
W. A. N.ivhs 1-!'J 1' ivi-r's
'er. N'. V.
1 "Ho Means Well Enough. "
(h! no doubt : but the question
i is, why doesn't he behave aa well
,i-i he means ? Wh,it is the use of
a man's bein o odd and contrary
that nobody knows what to make
of him, unless he has an ap dogisd
and an interpretei always nt hand
Isn't It rist as cheaji, in the long
: run, tu ie j,rood-natnred and polite,
as to be morose and HiilyT And
dues not a man feel better iu his
own secret heart when he id con
scious ol being- attractive than he
does when the shrinking and un
cei tain air of those who are obliged
to approach him, proclaims that he
is ollensive! Certainly lie does,
for our thoughts are always busy
sitting in judgment on our own
A list of 1000 newspapers divided Into
STATUS AND SECTIONS will be sent on
To those who want their advert'slrg to
pay. we can offer no better medium for trior
ough aDd effective work than the venous
Dcciiuu, yM uui BCirci J.ucai List
GEO I KUWELL & CO
Newspaper AdvertUlDK H.irior.
notl8 dwlm iu Soiuce street. New York.
Collars and Cuffs,
Silk and Linen Hand
il'; : :!.
Rubber Coats for Men
Initial Scarf Pins,
Cuffs and Collars,
Eoys' Plaid Ties,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A X I )
T A K K M)TI (.'!;, TII AT AT
JSrm JEr". "37- P'atterson's
Clothing and Shoe Store,
Two doors north of FJoiel Albert, Slid.
Well Selected Line of
t. v . ii w.ii find a Large and
Be it reniriubi ; il . .-.i . :. !.-
taken hack and rtinr-ev i. li.i i. :
Mr. S R. Hai.i. v. ill -I. ,1, r t
Thanking the public for p::-r
Oiofhing in Varkty.
nt inv t.r.
i r ,
: ftrcii .11.
. ri 1 1 n nan
Uoepcctfully your eta. i-t.
F. T. PATTERSON.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Moochate Fei.
.- 1 - j w rruo it u. s. r.TE.TUF. rr
aua we can secure patent in less time than thoso
icmuie irom v. aeninfirton.
sena model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if CAtenUhlo m nnl i.
charge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured.
A Pamphlct, "How to Obtain Patents," with
names of actual clients in your State county or
town, sent free. Address,
Opp. patent Ofrict. Washinqton. d. C.
J. W. STE
Sale and Liver) Stable,
"Trouble commences early in life, ' '
wr heard a young wife say, when she
sent for a bottle of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup, to cure the baby.
Jr . l..-.l .IM.I.I. I.IM,
ill low uiaiariai uibiihipi ...
abound in tho south and west, people
rind it necessary to keep a few boxes I
i ..! l n n .1 A B A
'iiTock.' Roches' i Pure and powerful tonic it is a general j
LOWEST PRICES IN AMERICA.
Standard, Iteliabl Initruvnenlt at Lowtrnt price Arnwn
No competition tcith Cheap, inferior Imtrvtnmtt.
REDUCED PRICES, SPECIAL. OFFERS,
PIANOS S200. ORGANS $65
Vour 8ts RaaiIr F.Ihtb
Stops. Couplers. Fine OaA
STOOL, COVER, INSTRUCTOR ALL FREIGHT PUIS
harvest NtocU Houtb. aoo styles and Prlee i
Pla.no-10 Monthly. Organs 5 Monlhls
Hncen Fair Uontrsct No Risk No Forfeit
11 O V I W 1 V
LjOW lime en ces rsir uontrsct No Kih.
urn of Oah nid SIX BPHniAt. OUTrftTIH
Free Paper. Sharps and Flats," givinc foil in forma ti.
I nnnru a. datco
SOUTHtRN MUSIC HOUSE, SAVANNAH, SA,
Just received, the finest lot of Young Mules
and Horses ever Lroueht to Eastern North
'oad Street, -New Berne, N. C.
Gaston Ho:so Barber Shop. To the Citizens of Craven Co.
Tho Tax Lint for T-m ia now in my
Prof. W. H. Shepard ii now rnniiinrr
four chairs and has secured tbo nei i( en
of liarper of Ooldsboro, a bkilled
Good shaye.JlO centd: hair cutting'
haiuln for colli ction. I'll ase come for
ward nml settle the himio luim iliiitely
and lliu-. tiave cumI and troul le.
D. 8TIMSON, Sheriff.
Now Berne, Nov. 10, 18, tf
. - t -..." -
' , i
- " iji-W s..u n. in ,aju-
r . .
t . V ...