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. ii&ILunor and New Berne
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tiiim kaaara tor krno rroT.la.. Chi .-
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. iar a Jakiata ay Klrar u4 Kru rat or aw
a Aflwaka aa fMtowar
iXIl VUSTCJt. wwa 1 Mur
a Liftit st-. BtiUaort
JAK W. MrCARJliCK. Av. Horioi.. Vi
T. ' -V fix. rLa!pfti. u aoa.a
a Yarfe A Aav.Ua. Trana. I:na. r.ar
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M. j i) CLARK
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TVraQa Ml la aaatla ad rm (ur-
mn t to atl fotata aa tAa 4iiTarai offlc. or
to araipaal .
iTIB MJUKASK OT IILK .11
IRIP VIA w. C. LIK.
S. II- klRAT. Afia:.
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EASTEBN CAROUNA DISPATCH
The PmX Freight Hue
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EAGLET and VESPEB
Um vUl rm aa rwtraimr raiii:
Jas. W. Waters,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Panaii'n n,i I'a'.onl Kih; . i c t
llu rfinT h i i :Vi . c r i '. i -1 r mi '. h
of lrc Jourc!.
NKW KK.KNK N r
P. H. PELLETIER,
A T T O U N K A T I- A W ,
CrTn . two d-n S-u'.h
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l r Jon ln .o w fcrnt l' n: .
OWEN H. GUION,
TTOIi N E V AT L A W .
R.K Soulii Front strt-rt. f :ur dcora
wtax ot CraTan.
M rra m w n--l i u y : - t i i'
HEALTH IS WEALTH!
To the Public !
A I : .n:p".; i :o '::! up
Ki'.rr cf II. C'ohfn, looetfe i, an ! a
th V-;.ntia I u i I i ; n jf ha. b-n so', i
il : ::;u: 1 ac.v.1! bj '!.o 1st .lay of
.ln.'jir j, 1 w- w ; ! 1 jmnion.-f
An-:;. . :' th- balsnr. of M.-r-
char. n w 1:1 the W 'MnM.",n
l'.uil.hni:. n M .in-lay. it ! 1 a.n... an ':
wi'.! .-on'.-.nui- ui,:.i tho . ntirr ptiok
w:'. ! ': '. i u'. t: -ni tirir f
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WILL NETER TELL.
I i r
Boots and Shoes,
Carpets and Matting,
Hats and Cap?,
Ladies and Gents'
Trunks and Valises
: :. U 0
llli i aa n ' iiaj T a i"at
Ani a eroat n:anj more artlo
naxTOUi to ir.fntion.
Th- l'r:tM.- Sal-, w.l. ,
luring th- Jay at Aiu-,.;on l'r; .
The nook w;'.l tixo i in lots to
suit Merohar.:. ami othrr purci.ajerB.
li-":iruib'r ;h'o tro 1 will he jold
to th-' highr't h;M.'r, ir.-l th-' public
ar-' tb' to t1 mako the prior.
DM ktei-a vry MOHUaT
1 V. WIMl . IHVMVA! aa4 !t
I k. M- ' tr K a a
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am:i-a- kn'. lpr',i "-Omni
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Ac- l:frn;'M 1
WUt.iUAI aaJ rnllou
Taaa aaamara. La auatjoa vita Lia
AlMUM. C. K. (.- ot.j( tuura K.
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taw rwaaarrvaaia tc H. . lorn raliab: an4
.aimr itAa adkrlaa u pi imiiiim ro
Jl traaaaacra aaaapi a( EIumui f.tr.ai
w-kA yoaaaf rata ui ix .im jo ui
( ktttaaa aa aaaioa liua.
to aa t'a aAa.'aic
frmmrn nw f ark, ay rai. A. H.. C
- .'.r Hi, -
I roa ira '. : on w- 0 U n ". '.
r Ii lotl
o mo- .iwelliDgs in the
1'.. mo. on H;incock st..
. l'l.intatun." in Craven
a b;: tra : ..f timber lan.l
i 'iJ Bmttlf b. ui(h ran,; with glee .
The wiQiioai iitci :' i eJ with tight :
Jvv ru'..i eft-'.i near h nn.i v h u t ir.aj
liu'. t. one ihe !,-'.'-. a r. .1 n.-.r'.h w re
llu koul uh dfep.-r j y wn fraught,
lie wai teil u n 1 1 1 t r:e t viet-ts wort' k1 ''i'
He waited t ) .irrHm l.n ilreiin aluno ;
Au-i th.e riijht wi.ru u:i
Alone he plan i in the mlt-n'. night .
tie juleg lb" -l.i'tv in th- vi.iHc
With apa.le fc.r rhis-l. a Btut'ie white
From the crjatal ijuarry ri.-es fair.
No light, nt the itirn. to cuuie hi if"
Hut tha linage i-bcyn his sou la rem
Thekky a jr.j.l wuh fleecy lawn.
The start gro inle in the earlv dawn.
Hut the lad toils on.
A nd h. in ths morning the pople came
To nzf nt the wondrout vision there.
And they clled it " The Augel , " d i t m
iq its name,
l-'or it ranie in silence and unaware.
U seemed no m.-rtal hand h.id wrought
The uplifted face i f priiyf ful thought.
Hut iti features w-Mote i Lciieath the
I'.s life went out Wiethe. Jay as 1 1 i. e .
And the lad dreamed on.
And h.kdreamwus th-.k In the years
I will rarip the angel in lasting st ne .
In another land beyond the sea.
I will toil in darkness, wi:l iheaiii
While others sleep I will hr.d a way
L'p through the n l.ht t . the 1 igh t of .1 -i v
There nothing d .-fir-1 beneath ft ir
Which patient rnu has no; a n
And ih I'W t. i."d f-n
The Story ot a Knife.
Iit-foro ns iiro nn old nnfkpf, !
knil'e aud a ueat business circular. He 1leId hr hand why should he not?
The lir.st was bought in the summer The yJJitJ? T f ; ,
, -i-i .. i ,,i . . i i i tuey were alone, th light waa low,
ot lv,l in a little slianty-hke shop They both were circumspect,
iit-xt t the Kroad street bridge in ,. , . . t
,i , i ,i . hte pressed it, too of course he did :
Atlanta. Uecrg, a. If rfi.l excellent What mortal m.Q would not ?
aerviee l..i eais unul its owner She sat quite still : she did not scream,
e.u i-'c.ly broke it while using it Or flee the hated spot.
bi a inn .use lor which it was not ne bent his head, and she hent her.
And that which then befell
s youthful pair, you'll have to guess,
For I shall never tell.
iiii.-ioicd. Its handle is ol bui
tin ii : us blade was of the hi:
tenijuTed steel. Constant ne
iii'Vt r harmed it. iry livet is
intact: ; be spring joint of the blae
h.i-. the same elasticity as nt first.
That knife was made in honor b'
an honest man. It came out of bis
.-tni k. Kvery other knife theie was
warranted hy the maker,
man knew his trade well.
know, edge and perfect integrity
wire his capital. His shop
Tolstoi's Religions Teaching.
Count Tolstoi claims to hare
gained perfect peace and happiness
from his sudden discovery of the
That true meaning of Christ's teaching.
That Whereas he once hated life and
dreaded death, he now enjoys a
w.,"a complete serenity and a tranquil
' : i r i 1 - n
to attract notice. At the empire over ninisen. w nereaa me
was only a cutter and u'"- ii'fencu lu mm uyauing iu
guilder. He despised not the dav 1:8 emptiness, ana no experienced
of small things, but was ready to the thrice doubled "vanity" of the
do any work in his line. He would Treacher, he now lives with "happy
gimd' knives, hone and concave yesterdays and confident tomor-
raors: am thing, in fact, to earn rows." Whereas wealth and fame
an honest pent) v. Schoolboys aiul nk and comfort once seemed
stood .n his door to'see the sparks t0 llim to slip iato ashes at a touch,
llv fiom his emorv wheels. Thev '''s the body of an exhumed king,
looked longingly at the tempting he I10w nnds contentment, hope,
though small display of shinin;
bi.uled jackkuies. The grimy
bands and oil smeared aprons of
the cutler and his few assistants in
that fdianty fascinated them be
cause of the beautiful results that
w ere shown in t he one showcase on
low SiTur. .
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T ICt-WEEKLY LINK.
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Uaarantri i u i ir. r T Ii N
Pl'FFV. druzit 1 ;rnt. New
Prn. N c'. arJ-4 ialr
II I I V II li K Y S
For Horse-t, Catt'a. ShaaD,
D-cft, Hofi, Pcv!ry.
ZOO r tl.t BOOK n Trr.l.
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r.,m f nmmmmtUam laflannall
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Uralaa, lmtmmrmm, Kkfi.in.n.
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(a. ua. r,f "iia.
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I ri am ry aa aUaai Ulwairi.
Ilaaaiaa ml UUtallaa.
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M.-, a'- '.r'CJ .00
mml4 kr Dranlam ar
ShaaC Pra14 aa Karalai af Prlrr.
Kumaknfl' ltd. Ca . 1 F-illan Jl., . T.
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il bstato w : '. 1 b-' Jo';.i
title, an-i a wsrrant.-e
'scrir-ti n and terms
1 1 . a t i i.i ."'.ill u
b r :
urti.'T -.r.tori::at:on in jUire "t
-:.':i a- V.':r..tfin Ibaibiing.
come one: come all:
The years go t y .
He haa rained
Eu: li.e thought : :ii
1 1 1 kept i: s pi a u
And the dre-u; .f th
In th light of tut- ru:. that w i tiler Uav ,
I emt'ode d at iakt in endurii'at rl.-i:o.
S: w Angi ': in nur: 1 --h. I :r:
And thw man toi'; . n
am counter. Some of those
got ideas of the dignitv of
woi k tha: they will never forget.
They learned lessons of honesty.
irugaiity and diliger.ee. Thev aw
that from thesp
excellent results. There were
adults who also appreciated the ob
ject lessons daily taught in that
hfieshop Ir is not improbable
that some ot' the lervid editorials
on the value and importance of
)' - I
T;;;is theToP of tllC CrEN'lTN'E
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
Alio: iters, siir.ii.irarc i:t"itat:on.
This exact Isabel
HoxorATH:c fy ry
N&ttobs DttilitT, vital Wsatnass.
na4 fakaay-aVii,,ai rVvrm - -WTt aW aaa- ,-.
Fir i i c ; - - -
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A dca'if r mav say
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waa aTiawlaai ii.Su.H)aU a.1..- ti a 1
akA faUUAIa. aaAJa ,ua a,aouoa
arvaAk aaa swiaaaar oa vaa m r. n.
aVaa.Caa.aar Klaaaaaa Tiaalua, ua a.1 uUai
lava a lana aava frauk liiaart.
artU aaai bwea t m at jl a
traaa, aoLi.Hri. WElv
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kk aaai f l aa aon um! uym :
A U H. a. Ota. a aKioa
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Saw kaaauaaatra. Ciyaa Una Ma '.pa kv raitaa
All of mjr Vetrlnry Prp rat i -ns
can fra hal of J J sr. o iruitjn!,
N. W. oir. Hro.) n '. M . 1 l. arrefts,
N'twtarn. N. 0
ESTABLISH ED 1 952.
CURS OR NO PAY.
- Haaraia- aril
E SKjaajrvLlt .
AKaUlATa) a aval
riao'a Cure for Con
uimptlon Is aiao the bet
If you hav a Cough
without diseava of tie
I.nnjra, a few- doaa are ail
you nveri. But if you ne
ktlrt thia eauiy means of
aa-faty, tha alight Cough,
may lwm a aerioua
maiter, and aeTerai bot
tles will be required.
a ttmAit'- i ia-i --- -n- r aj- v rKroKr
- ar .r U IKU I Mil la aiaat
rrus. : u a
iakt aailrVaaj afforka ku .aaa jair pauoaa
aalaakr a I aaiaii araa iniua :ur lb pavai
kaaa aawaa aa aava aaaa UnaMa, ema
raa kiaaaifaara aa to waa xl :u.
kaaaa i Uaa rutura.
twAar ai goaaaa aava-a of o o. n. i aa.. Mor
Via. v a.
Aaaaaaaacava arlll Ia4 a a M kaa. aomtori
aaa aaaaaaa. aa4 aaarj auairlaaT ailaa
aaaaa Wlii aa aauA (Aaaa ar Uaa aaSaaara.
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atawaaav l-T atTTXtJS A TfaMrK,
Aawtaw orfo4k. Vi
' taa-rtaaUiaa c laa Tork .tr
AaKULiK la TllEiiT RIYEB S
ISa. Krafv r.r fatarrh la ILe
Brat. Kaaarat to l aa. aad dlapaa.
: h-r dracztaa or aot by mmJL
V. K. r lla:::ae. Warrco. I-a.
! Tiitts Pills
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Regulate The Bowels.
( oas lf nri i c r iA n t c i hf m hole aij
I ciii a (1 brjrls dlfif, nrh
( Ii r i 1 111 a s.
1 he cbser v at mil of ("niistm -is a
a lestival will nigh uii:era!
among the s caiU-d ('hristian
nations. In the Cnited States
within the mennoy 01 a generation,
it has come into much prominence.
o that evi 11 the descr n d .1 n t s ol t he
Puritans who l:ke the Scotch l'rcs
byterians retrded the recognition
of the day as partaking of the
nature of idol worship, have nun?
to Celebrate it both 111 its religious
and social aspects.
Tne general manner ol its ob
servance in Aiiii'iie.i is the result
of the blending ol t he customs of
the various Kurope.m nations. The
institution ot the Christmas tree,
the g: v;uir . f pieseDH. and the
legends of St. Nicholas. Kriss Knn
kle, or Santa Klaus, together with
the banging of the stockings on
( hi :st m as eve, and other at tendau t
cereaioir.es associated with these
legends, we delive from the (ler
mans and Hatch among whose
descendants 11 the Ne-.r World
these customs ! -i.g cxis'id l.e'ore
they wen1 1 1, co 1 ; 1. 11 ,1 : 1 1 0 their
present tnodihVd !o;:n liu- gen
eral manners ot tiie coininunry.
The custom ot the Chris'mas d;n
ner is an inheiitance from Old
hneland, as are uiaov ol t he g laies.
snorts and pastimes 111 Cat
health and blessedness in the life
of a peasant and the toil of a shoe
maker. I have no doubt that in all this
he does not deceive himself. In all
sincerity and in all self sacrifice
there lies a potent alchemy, and
the extent to which true happiness
depends on external surroundings
is inappreciable in comparison with
what it gains from those elements
of contentment and charity which
were obtained have more power than aught beside
to make our thoughts.
" I'l-oaeant as roses in t'ue thickets
And jmre .18 detv bathing their crimson
lie who lives up to an unselfish
sinan imiustiies winch have up- me. u win una wnn certainty mar,
peared in the Atlanta Constant ion 1' yields hiru a delight which
were inspired by the daily v.ews neither the world, the flesh, nor the
their wi iter had of that dingy p, devil cau pretend to bestow,
ei: r. lint it no more follows that the
1 n ,-e en 1 .irs the . ner of that same ideal should be adopted by
.- .c shop ha.- become an extensive all mankind than it follows that
manufacturer. His cutlet y is sold , the joy inspired by a delusion is an
:n he Pe-t hard ware stores of the argument in favor of accepting the
country. H is name on the blade is i delusion. A hermit, a trappist, a
a guarantee ol excel. 1 nee. llis'stlite may be supremely happy,
knives have a reputat ion eiju'al to ami yet the theory on which their
any and surpassed liy none. It is dives are based may be radically
his eiieular that lies before us. He false.
sells by the gross or the dozen now,! The Church, he says, lias nothing
and commands his own prices. His j left her but the valueless parapher
variety extends from the daintiest I nalia, of temples, images, gold
peat I handled knife a ladv can pro embroideied banners and words,
cure to the heaviest blades used by i With her metaphysical explana
hnntsmen and backwoodsmen. Hut! tious she has hidden the light of
lie is not ashamed of the humbler 1 Christ's doctrine under her vest
sources ot earning of his former j ments, and has been scorched by
little shanty. In his lare factory it. She has done any work she
is a department for sharpening anil I ever had to do, and is atrophied,
concaving razors. Barbers and j Therefore mankind has repudiated
men who shave themselves are his her, and everything that is alive in
, a. I 1 1 . i- "1.1 1 -1A
regular customers. ihev send mo worm 01 r,urupe una utuucLieu
tin ;r tools to him from ail parts of
Boot and Shoe cMer,
Pollock St.- Newbc-i a. N. C
Desires to announce liiat his FALL 8TOCK
OF MATKKUL has been received and he is
prepared 10 ri 1 1 orders for
FINE CUSTOM-MADE EOOTS AND SHOES
Having two superior nillled workmen, all
orders promptly rtlled.
In soliciting patronage I guarantee "the
best material, a good rit, the latest style,
As one arnons roaev testimonials of the
character of my work the subjoined from a
well known cllizt 11 tells nsown story:
t'KITEI) STATiS NOV HF.RNK. N. C ,
Cu.MMl.S-RS OFKI. E. i,ct. 5th. 1KK8.
-NO. Mr3t.Rl.EY. Ksq.
Pear Sir i'leaso n.ake me a pair of
gaiters sluiiiar to those voa made me two
years ago. 1 have worn them two years aud
they are good yet. 1 have been wearing
shoes fifty-si a years ami they are the best
I ever wore. Kespeetfullv
'Signed" t HIl..
Repairing neatly and promptly done
o -t dw
If You Are Sick
With Headache, Neoralgia, Rheumatism Dyspep
sia, Biliousness, Blood Humors, Kidney Piaea.se.
Constipation, Female Troubles, Fever and A pie,
Sleeplessness, Partial Paralysis, or Nervous IT
tration, use Paine's Celery Compouiid and 1" '
oured. In each of these the cause is mental or.
physical overwork, anxiety, exposure or malar. a.
the allect of which la to wealten the nervous ays
tern, resultim' in one Of these diseasea Remove :
the carjsz with that great Nerve Tonic, and the 1
result wll disappear. I
Paine's Celery Compound
Jas. L. Bowen, Springfield, Mass , write
" haine's Celery Compound cannot be excelled u
a ken-e J otuc. in my ease a single botil
i I. ; t.. e..!. r :: r pMln tl : - .tt
-. . i made. nn. I i ivc in., re irlili.nl
Me . ..lol I. I i I h. ;.,, , l
wrought a rreat change My nervousness entire! v
disappeared, and with it the remitting affeetinn
.if the stomach, heart and liver and thp whole
tone of the system was wonderfully invigornted.
I tell my friends, if sick as I have been, raine's
Will Cure You!
Sold by druggists. $1 ; six for Vi. Prepare. 1 . i. :
y W ells, RiciLABDBON & Co., Burlingtun, Vt.
For the Aged. Nervous. Debilitated.
I no other
A Dress Dyed
j A Coat Cole i od
A Child can use them
Unqji)l!(d ?-,r all Fnnay arid An W. i
At dni-i : 's and MreboniH lif lu.e ,-.
. WtL.S. Hi !.C0N i C. ., P'toa., Be..i -. V-
itself irom her. All churches (he
says) are like sentries carefully
keeping guard over a prisoner who
has long escaped them. He eB
usiness. What it amounts ' pressly compares himself to .Jonah
lave no means of' preaching to the Mneveh ol a d's-
the South when they need atten
tion. His circular, sent out to the
; rad e. calls attention to t his i eat nre
to i ;i a year
knowing, bat ot this we are sure,
th it when a man from small begin
nings builds up a large and pros
pe'ous indutry by honesty, skili
. nd fiugalitv, his future is sure to
be continually piosperous if he ad
heres to all those various humbler
lines of work that helped him to
rise liom the shanty to the large,
no ot : completely equipped factory. We
public and privat-e en tertai n men t
Chat are common at this season.
The European customs m counec
tion with Christmas are raadily
traced back to old Koman, Saxon.
Druidical, or other iebgnois and
social ceremonial ot the ancient
ancestry. Thus jho
toms in reganl to t hi
have told this simple but true story
for those of our many young iriends
who wish to climb to the top of the
business ladder without going step
by .-tep ov. r the intermediate
rounds. The South has as many
blight, aspiiing boys :n proportion
Kngli.-h ens ito lts popula' ion as any other part
eiiKtleioH and of the counti w Many of them have
s - s
the yule log are survivals o! old
Hritish rites practictd b the
Druids, and the boisterous fun and
license allowed in many of the con
tinental European countries in con
nection with the Christmas holi
days, have been claimed by scholars
to be directly descended from the
Koman Saturnalia, or those ot
ancient German and Norse mytnol
ogies. No matter what may be the
opinions of individual critics as to
the symbolic and commemorative
character of Christmas as a relie-
Tv peps:.. Fever-. Kidney D:s?te., 1 10us holiday, the fact that it has
TUl ru tAat toilnw-.ma awnaAae m aai aT-aa
if usa. isav.
W m Uwa awrr ktoaala l aa.1 tin ,-a.la ,
arwaaaa m at a o-sioaa :.-r HaalUia aaJ
aiaamaaa i aaaaa aat all .aiataMau
warara aaaaa Aa
T1IK ( 11 OKU ( oni'ANV,
i-,ii . suiiin iTHr.cr.
r . -. r-1 1 1 1 a I K i . I 1 1 i t . pt.
.1 I., a
TIU ha a Saw Aaaaa Ikar Elaatoa oo. Taa
Sas aaA rwiaj aa US i aioak. at. laian
wilt kaw Klaataa oo Hoadara aaj
Tawaatar Toanaataa a( a., '.lurxaij
Staasaaa aaaw AUaar
1 I. DRtaalWAY at .a.wMra
. r. vajrx.r. Stlaaaoa,
' Vance Male & Female
B.'.ious Colic. Malari. ct:
Tnll i I'illa p rol iiff rraular li:.ll
h.xl a a i" J - cll rl Out
-h. noono rao rniu, uo.
a natural apMimte tor mecliauism,
and nope s- :i.c day to be great
manufacture is. To them and to
all our youth we commend this
story ot a knite. T.dto. .Manufac
t ti i e i "s Record .
lion a .Man Srronlil Live.
Ti ue it is that the vital principle
grows weak-when isolated, and, in
the language of a contemporary,
the man who cares for nobody and
for whom nobody cares has nothing
to live for that will pay lor the
trouble of keeping soul and body
together. Yon must have a heap
of embers to make a glowing tire.
Scatter them apart, and they be
come dim aud cold. So to have a
brisk, vigorous life you must have a
il CSLT Ti'JS
S riiioa ol
1 ti o d H e g i ca
W C w ARi). Afwatac rraia .-a
at. C. larra. Joaly uu r-.a 4
J. - lank, aialu aruta.
Ia4A7ndnt Steamboat Line.
Will rnrirr lAv. LOOO raa-a .t.
LlVSSt k ION SYS !
nnai Ik. I1ALYS aaJvV
J- TOUTH luinaj - i . I
come to represent benehcence,
good will, helpfulness, sympathy,
and a host of social virtues, which
are inculcated in a very vital man
ner by the customs of the day, has group of lives to keep each other
tended to disarm captious otyjec
tions. Men ot ail creeds and of no
creeds unite in the cooperative
socijl sympathy and helpfulness
that eems at this season to per
vade the air. and the indulgence of
small, mean, and selfish traits of
character in the social sense, is
mutual encouragement ami confi
dence and support. If you wish to
live the life of a man, and not that
of a fungus, be sociable, be bro
therly, be charitable, be sympa
thetic, and labor earnestly for the
good of your kind.
This is the season for reviving
I rebuked by the very condition of the good impulses and rekindling
I the vitAlird and eUctritied social; the perhaps cooling tires of our
' at mosphere. Ex. humanity. Encourage every gen-
regardful world. Forum.
How It Is JJorne.
it is strange how differently a
deep trouble affects different per
sons. One cries aloud for sympa
thy, with outstretched hands of
angu s i. Another clasps the hands
tightly over the poisoned arrow, to
conceal it from all eyes, and silently
dies of the pain. Another affects
jollity, and rushes wildly from one
excitement to another, hoping for
nothing, caring for nothing, save
never to be left one moment alone
with his miserv. Which of all these
is the great sufferer, God and his
own soal only kuoweth.
To llv is not always to shun. He
who. placing a chair for Misery
accepts him for an inevitable guest
and goes on with his ordinary torn
plovmeuts all the same as if he
were not there, stands the surest
chance to be rid of him, or grow
indifferent to his unwelcome pres
ence. To all, however, it is not
given to do this : but at least even
for them there cometh an end to all
Eight Hours s. Day.
A workine man with a dinner
pail in his hand came out of a little
shop, and was met by a fellow
working man, who aid :
"Why, Jim, you're working oyer
time now, aren t yon T
'No," was the replv. "I'm not."
"Aren't you putting in more than
eight hours a day. '
"I thought eight hours was the
union schedule"" remarked the
'Y'es, but you ee I have ju3t
bought the shop, and work thir
W HLN i i ; i (.- t -i pure, clean, fine
8AVAN..V:; I -All inside and out, of the
very Iiii-- - -.V,NN . H TOBACCO, two for
a nickel, v. I a..:: t you no to PALMER'S
iiult.viuilK and get them. ix not be
humbufju'ed by . Leap trash ; get a good ,
smoke and be hsppy; and vou can get any ,
quality of Cigars you want. Little Mexi
cans, onpcent. FIVE CH i- iuj.yj s. very j
popular brand, for ten cenu. etc , etc ' Whv
not come mii.1 Iry them?
W M. Ii. I'ALMEH,
Mid.ile st.. Newborn. ;
JOHN SUTb'R j
Ilaa on band and ip receiving every dHy !
handsome jai lor suit?, chamber set?,!
heavy w.ilitit. buraue. wardrobes,
mattresees. chairs, lounge., sofas, etc..
He also baa a iine of bome-made work ;
of bedsteads, sofas, tables, bureaus. !
etc., which are neat and cubetantial. I
l'riocs rtfj;!it Dov.n to 'Itock
He 6 d w M:i,i!. ; ert
STILL LEAD !
St&ves iso in Oemand
All tho tine, and the place to buy
them is at
P. M. DRAFJEY'S.
We have a full line of Cookinjr aDd
Heating; Stoves, and will be sold on
We make a specialty of the New Far
mer Girl Cook Stoves and other brands.
Also a complete line of Hani ware.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Cart and Wagon Material, HarneBS.
Paints, Oils, Glnsa. etc.
Come and fee me aud be convinced
that I wiii of-U you ood goods for little
oc2Sdwtf P. M. DRANEY.
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
lay tha ;Xa iaa ol i mf
HowarJ will rtio L
Uoadmf mad r ri
Oai ajij af Mr Mooday
5av-. thai ataaunar II
lAa faalowltkat aehasiai
To Troa avary
7 - o'clock, rtioraioi Taaday
aai Sa4u ri a y
J. J L.V-SITTXR. Majiaarar
J. J. DkamJaVWAT. AkOl at Na" BajriM-
NEW BEHNE AiNDPAMUCO LINE.
The Ittimer TillOMA,
Aaaaawn l7M.u-,.-..l fr.-;: an.l paa
aaaajaa AaaakA. Uala aw i 7i a. a.1 ,Q .n a
aaaaa. ka aapavrw4 rao4r mraror mmrf.cm
ka aa4 ftaaa all potsa oo ..an K.nt
akal kva-.lao eaiaincr an. I .w Ka-i. r )r
pat kaa raji o ar ,a a-fti).i j. w . s.-. ,q
ivaa Haw Ran. narr a ln.!ar a -1.1
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laaaav artt a ti n - - i
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EDITOATE ! LDDCATK !
What Bttr Can Be Done For
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mo' ia4a.tr --al Rmm m a
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a - f aaaa. fi-IM I a ( -aa) ft I r aiaka-' t fSal,- AHOi
v a-n f. raatr't'.i s'r tn 1'appa
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.- HATEI attOICIWE CO.. ST LOUIS, MO
Th Original Wins.
C y S mrriaau. Sc Loaia, Trop'r
! A " rr-maa IjTtt iatadiooa. Ka J
in mc l N Loan Dinm I
Pr i ?' A Q. S nnonl Lit-
A 1 U. ku for .7 -r.r.
-'' WM.,IITin BlII.HIMII,
1 tirir.n.si. a lllile ai,I.niT
Ar'lT;-l. .s. , stow, u Ft,-
K' r H Ilnni, Puirrll. K.
' . Oin. Taao.. whim !
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r l.rr. -i M A . n
'rr McJ., .r.t I ' ,
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.'
KEVER OUT OF ORDER. j
a i'ur airnt t t v ; :a f. r :-nrj an i
- r - !? y. ufnr,..t .'.-! i : r Tt w rit
I NU Vk rt h it-, . -a
I JCeiMTf j ' 1 "-at -v-iAc- :.ie
lJplk .rj.- a.- !rmrkii, Ter n n a . s
Ilolldij Mince Pie.
i !:i the old time the Christmas
! (season properly began on the lflth
1 Pecember 1 described in the jirayer
! tnxik calendar as () Sanentia ), ami
I ended .Tanuary ii. with twelfth
1 night. When the learned l'r. Parr
was asked what day in December
! it w.s proper to begin eating unnce
pie. he said. Hegin on () Sapien-
tia: but pleae to say ( hristmas
pie, mince p:e -iihim c pie is l'uri
tanical. If there n any merit in
eating nunc' pie. as t his asuocia-'
; ! kui ot it with the h-!y season seems
'to imply, then we have a certain
test uf the piety i.i the l'llgrinia U
New England, for t hey and t hen
descendants did net ln-v.t.ite to eat
mince pie any day ;ii the ear they
' conld get it, and had i'. and had
so much grace that they culild tnke
i it with impunity l'.r bie.klat om a
su in mer inori: ; ng.
irons suggestion, welc-ome every
kindly thought, and respond in
i every joss:ble way to the invita
tions of charity, whether they come
in the open application of those
who constitute themselves the vol
untary agent of good work, or in
the mute but mure eloquent appeal
of visible but uncomplaining pov
erty and suffering. '.x.
1 i ' ' r '
1 Ii g an c; .1 1
for veil -.
1 )ruiik 1,
lb iv i f !.
:.' - .;.! a
ker, 1 reel,
never drui. 1
"Owing to ill health I will sell at
my residence in town 29, range 18
west, according to government sur
vey, one crushed raspbery colored
cow, aeed eight years. She is not
afraid of cars or anything else
She is of undaunted courage and
gives milk frequently. To a man
who does not fear death in any
form she would be a greet boon
She is very much attached to her
home at present by means of a
trace chain, but she will be sold to
' anyone who will agree to treat her
faired nut right. She is one-lourth short horn
in address-1 and three-fourths hyena. I will
l i.,,t s. en' throw in a double barreled shot
gun, which goes with her.
l,i;i, p,..i In .May she generally goes away
somewhere for a week or two, and
,!!. i returns with a .tall, red calf with
no licker, 1 long, 6wabby legs. lier name is
t,, i, r, t Iimi-' i Rose and I prefer to sell her to a
:ii w iiz deceived
Love affairs "
hi it mint
bun. : non resident.'' Bill Nye.
an' a mighty b.ni one
m. in iet
1 some other teller
-J - .i '.ft.: ; ..ca.;- i.l - daa-Las.
FOR MEN 0NLT.A
w -a. j. -t a a , a n a . -1
w-mj- r r iaw myrt
JAAS U) Tatm kaar Atbim
v. aail Ua tba SVkULIK- .,.,
f a M i J baiaa our
-a rM rx-k. 1 fry avxwj sl
aak. AtA AA T ehiawl
k a r vo
IS -wot for osm kr $1 M pair down
i p.--i t vmJ4 Rlail for V, .'nU.
ttbrt A HcMikln CkiCrflniU.Q
K. T. BOS5EB, Psj.-cxi"Ar
Xtmrn E. O. Lajumtl . Awmrr.
Tto rmJt Ikawaanw w'.li Jy a -ap'. . I nr.
aava alaaa raAv S IM
arm Saaaaaaaa wUi my a r.b a :j ua1
al i i a Vaava u. Aaws.
(kaaafA aaal laiklaM axlaraia
fSiaaaa aw abauwaal rma v- -a a of uiraafa
Sa awal aaT aaaalmi. 5 daaj'ieuun ii:.;'.
aaaaaa aaT faroaraataal Uinaaa.
farfartlkaw ra torraa :um cpl t ".o
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mno i.s r . i
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Wa hl IS. a-nrl.I for 1,-w
Srirva A handaoo. ar.J
Iroaglr B.-MiDa I'b I
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- - S.. .lit adaa ia1 wlaraa. koldiai K aara of , al -i
.t a rt-f Card Mat. r t f.r i5 ra la, r.t. a rr.
a aVaal riaak raaiacraaa Alkaaia...
i ii . al pa.l.iad n.Va. ffr.14 (m i:rn u
. r 'i 1 j U paa Cahlo.t 111 I .rd pi. turr
' rk r'taiii for At S. IllaatratMrir.ul.r.
mrr ' ; ar.4
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Alum.. i - uoca u:-i WL .lilt ail at.
t- 1 r am N of i i .
lie w.i- ,i rr, a ri oversowing i ; 1 1
sympathy lor ii,.m and beast lor
(iod's creatures wherever and
howsoever he e neon n t ei ed them.
Not only was every man his bro
ther, but every animal 'he .sheep
of the tields, the buds in the
branches, the ass on winch he rode,
the bees who took refuge in ins
kind protection, lie wivs the friend
of everything that suffered or re
joieed: no emotion went beyond hi
; sympathy ; (us be.irt rose to see the
gladness of natuie. and melted
over the distresses of the .smallest
and meanest creature on the face
ot the earth. And l this divine
right of nature, eveiv thing trusted
'That sen.-e ot security and sun
pathy winch, we all acknowledge,
draws the noble domestic animals,
norses and dogs, to those who like
them, embraced with St. 1'rancis a
wider circle, for he loved everv-
( a io
u i ; a w :
'.'.il. Weil t
sile W.lsll't :
Ml. I o' cloth
W 11 111 II 1 let
has i,,.,: i
Tr.iv t hi.
she married him. She
ler .in' let on that she
oil. but wasn't. Why
ahle 'o get 1 1 i 1 1 a decent
- the w ivk air ter t hey
Yes. the pore fellow
Ii!..lel)ee.- A I k.lUsaw
relax at :
M uat lla c I i: a Some -
le linisl n. i e lull ami
oi .me w here ; 1 1 t hey do
i - at their own hearth
it will i . e sought in ot her
j .rc ii ' .'.Me places. Thei e
the lire burn brightly at
id make the home nest de
with all those little arts
Magazine Editor I am gettiDg
up a symposium on the subject:
Is Marriage a lauureT" and 1
would much like to have an article
Literary Man On which side ?
M. E. I am most in need of an
article on the affirmative.
L, M. Want me to pronounce
marriage a failure T
M. E. Well, yes.
L. M. 1 wouldn't dare to. I'm
Whether young or old, think it
neither too soon nor too late to
t ii 1 1 1 over the ieavea of your past
life, and consider what you would
do if what you have done were to
be done again.
FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL
IN TOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PIT ONE CENT.
High-Arm Machine has aeir-aettlnc needle,
aeir-tbreadlnr attnttle, is noiseless an''
ILrnt-runnliiar, haa the finest set of attach.
rnenta, in a ve I vet-1 lned cake. Don t pay
agents $ 55 or too, but send for circular. Remember,
we guarantee cur machine equal to any high-prlcca
maciune on tne mark.ee Addresa
The C. A. WOOD CO.,
17 If. IOUa St.. PbllAdelptilA, Pa,
V. irs- rrr
f. t-i-iN 1.
Atlantic & N. C. Railroad
TIUE TAB LIS JVo. 15,
In Effect 6:25 A.M., Wednesday, Dec
Going; East. Schedule. Going West.
No. 51. Passenger Trains. No. 50.
Ar. Lve. Stations. Ar. Lve.
pm 3 30 Goldsboro 1128 am
4 17 4 20 La Grange 10 46 10 48
4 49 4 54 Kinston 10 09 10 14
6 18 6 4S New Berne 8 27 8 44
9 20 p m Morehead City am 0 88
Mixed Ft. ct
am 12 10
12 37 12 45
1 00 1 10
Morehead Depot a m
i'ueniav, Tliur dav an tsmurday.
tMondny, Wedneeday nnd Krldsy.
Mixed Ft. &
6 15 p m
5 33 5 40
5 03 5 18
4 06 4 35
2 55 3 42
2 30 2 35
1 58 2 10
1 24 1 80
12 54 1 00
12 82 12 42
10 82 12 00
9 41 9 46
I am now prepared to offer better induce
ments for the future than ever in the past.
My stock is much larger and could not be
I Buy in Large Quantities for CASH,
direct from Importers, Jobbers and Manufac
turers, which enables me to sell cheaper. A
trial will convince that
isreally the LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
It would be lolly for me to attempt a lull description of all my stocW
The most elegant line of
that has ever been brought to this market, including all the
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods!
Satins! Velvets! and Velveteens!
AND MY LINK OF
isses and Children's Cloaks !
Well you Will have to come imuI see (hem. thev an-
the largest, handsomest coot LLSI' hie n, tie city .
le t lid dcHcrfpt ion
Ai-o a halidnonie
Wraps and Shawls, Flam.- v Etc., Etc.
DON'T FAIL to see my liue of
before purchasing, which is very large, rnbt :. -g all gi .tria"am) tint
cheapest to the best : Al! wool Three I'ly ! . . N, all woe I IngrW
Napier Matting, Pine Matting, On cloths, all widths.
Table Oil Cloths, Mats. Rugs, Etc., f.lc.
Shoes ! Shoes !
Buch a line of Shoes never was exhibited in lb s place beloie. Mtnn,
Ladies, Minn-s and Children's of nil desci i -t ion 3 m nrdless variety.
Train 50oonnects with Wllmirucxon 4 Wei-
don Train lvuud tiortii, leaving Ooideboro
U:6U a. m., and witn Kicnmona at n nvuie
Train West, leaving Groldsboro S 20p..m.
Train 61 connects with Klchmona A DanriUe
Train, arriving at Goldsbcro 3: 10 p.m., and with
Wilmington and Welion Train irom the
North at H: 13 p.m.
Train 'Z connects witn Wllmlneton and
Weldon ThroiiKi Freight Train, leaving
Goldsboro at :3U p.n., and with Klchniond A
Danville llirouiib fieignt train, leaving
Goldsboro ut fi.lu r. M.
S. L. Dill,
By calling at my store you will find very
many things that cannot be mentioned here
space would not permit, and besides they are
too numerous to mention.
Two thousand yards .'5-1 Cashmere at H'c. per yd.
To thousand yds. double width Cashmere at lte. per 3d. worth lite.
The prettiest and best Ladies' Button Shoes in the city (or $ l.li.r.
Pants Cloth, 10c. up.
Fine imported Halt Hose at 10c , worth L'Oe.
Towels, 5c. up.
Turkish Bath Soap, 5c.
Good Note Paper, 5c. quire. Knv lopes, ,V. package.
Hose and Half Hose, 5c. pair.
Ladies' Collars, 5c.
A big drive in Ladies' Kid Cloves. I bnit:n embroidered hark for
only 50o., worth $1.00.
Ladies' Jerseys trom 00c. up.
Ked and white Flannel from 15c. up.
Men's Scarlet Wool Undershirts, 50, e a h.
Ladies and Gents' Undershirts, 135c.
To the Wholesale Trade.
I am now-prepared 10 ofTer4 better inducements to Wholesale Pnycrs
than ever before. My stock is much huper, more varied and eomplnte.
I bay in large rpiantitu-s n-m FIRST HANDS f..r Sl'Oi CASH.
which enables u,e to sell t'lIUArKK it;
juaiitiheh than Northern
Come and see me. I can zzc you Money.
f p Agency ft rClark's O. N. T. Ppocl Cotton. Jil
f t TO 6 DAT8.X
m gQvmrmnfA not t V
Bal vrsuirbr th
illTaM Ciamkal 3.
V V CHnrt r. n tt.Bf"3H
V V Ohio, afki
that pirents () perfectly under
stand. Don't repress the buoyant
spin's of your children: half an
hour of merriment round the lamp
There is no liberty to men whose
passions are stronger than their
religious feeling; there is no liberty
to men in whom ignorance pre
dominates over knowledge: there1 when w
is no liberty to men who know not ever.
how to govern themselves. -Ve , willi us Mr Jamks Maxwell.
0 who is well known in this community for
God makes the earth bloom with his skill in workmanship
a. - 1 : . . - J-.,. H " . .
Big 11 ha given oalver-
IS3.1 satisfaction In LI14
enre of Gonorrhoea and
ofet-i. 1 prescribe ltasd
feci safe in recommend
iug i to all suffer sr..
.A. J. STOKER, M.D.,
Brkl Sold by DruerUt3.
Jordan, Agetft. New Berne,
may 2 d wlv
Look Out For Fraud
Itcad Thla, and Vote Accordingly,
The election comes off next Tuesday,
nnd we nope it will result to tha satisfac
tion of every citizen and to the beat inter
ests of the country.
In the meantime vve vvinh to inform iae
puhlio that, haviDg l.een burned out, we
are still in business, and may be found at
Trenwlth's Blacksmith's Shop, where he
will be glad t) see our patrons and take
Immediate steps will be taken to rebuild
in briik, at the old stand, on Craven street.
will be in better condition than
Allow me to thank you kindly, one and nil, f. r v our liberal patronage
in the past, and to ask for a continuance l 1 In- sun .-, r, curing nn thnt
LOW PRICES SHALL ALWAYS I FAD.
I am, very truly juuik,
J. H. CKABTRIK. BASIL MaM.Y.
JOHN H. CRABTREE & CO
Founder and Machinists
Manufacturers and Dealers in
L'NGINES AKD MACEISISTS' SUPPLIES
Hullalara of Eaglnei Mollara.
taw Mllla, EdflDX a ( ul off Marlilnra,
Weare prepared to do OaallnKa ,-f all A In, la
Round Knob Hoiel.
V D. il'll K.l K. Piop'r.
HOUND KNOB N. C.
Mtiait I'ictn roMiie Sca'iiery In
Wdtorii North Carolina
I'UINTrt OT 1MKHKMT N1AII n V
I Mai an I l Mlla-a.
Book of pr-
and tireliglif ot a home blots out
the remembrance of mariv a care
fk;n.L,. l.r.-- ..rr.- i .. . i. - .iL.i--. .
Ll"" lUllL "'i- ins sense ana annoyance (Hiring ice nay , arm uuu ma i" ci u u.w lu .,... , ..,,......, I for any deaoilptlon or machinery
Of brorherhood was real not fiefi. tl,l,.a afarn,r,l ll,r run tnL-o tosps. f hat we mav HOt be discon- endinordora. eare ready for busi. "
tious: he had the courage of gootl with them into the worid is the un- tented with oar sojourn here: -,h' kdwahds 4 CLARK,
intention, feared nothing, and wr-.s .seen influence ot a bright little do-makes it bear thorns, that we may j Boiler Maltirs and Mnciini;ti
not feared." 'mestie sanctum. Life Illustrated. 1 look for something better beyond. I r.ovii nwly
Particular and immediate attention e!v. d
10 repal - a of all kinds.
We will be glad to give plana and eat; uihUs
We are the aeenta for the sale of the Amer
ican Saw. Also for U. A A. Kargamln'i cele
brated Indestructible Mica Vaivea,
We give aatlafactory guarantee for all wor
dona by ua. Iy2l d2aw wiy
Old fort ....
HI. Her an i.i Mountain I
-Mud Out . I
H wan iiHii.iR "l uii ri l 1
I'lnnarU. ol Ibe Hilar Rldice. ..
Poijtio 'I'op " ;
1 ,,e Hive , flni trrnit flnli 1 1 d ,;
KrldgeH' Irin Hprlnga .. .
Kelij Iron aprlngk
M ilheira Peak, tli (irava or rrr.f Mn(),rii
I lua hlkheal Milnt caal of the H.m a j
MyuuUliia, ulae mllca.
rure cwwi ary atmokphere; no fja 1 iv ta t
urwB. i raiua atop at me uoor.
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by month or week.
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