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BY JAME8 ALDBICH. A mother bj the fire I see, A laughing prattler on her knee, The long winter bourn beni'ins "With his sweet and p'ajfnl r.mlUvg ; Provoking many a.f jnd rare Of ever yearning temkrn m From that heart-delighted mothf r : One my wife my child (Le other. Oh, long may I these joy retain Oh may, undimmed, for me remain The light of my dcrat-slic heartl, Till life's departing even I I could not a-k fur more on earth, Nor Lope ; for more in heaven .' git one nbirt a wek and two imals a Any. When ehe's mad one of us has got to light oat, and I wish next tine yoa come this wayjouVI tell me if there is anybody in Detroit who can make me a pair of ' THE OLD SOLIMEKo RULE. If you would have ti lends, 5 on mast show yourselves friendly, j Kno an old soldier of the Revolution, who tuld ice the follow ing story : 4 I cnct3 had a rieib.;, nho, though a clever man, c tme to me rj; f i-ht hay day, and said, 'Squirts White, I want 5011 to come and take your teee avv.' ' Why !' said I, what are my ;e doing V 4 They pick my pig.-' ears heii they are eathig, and drive them away ; and I nil! not have it.' What can I do !' -aid I. You must yoke them.' 'Tiiat'l hat not time to do, now,' said I; I do nor e but they must ran.7 'If you do not take care of tatm, shall!" said the eUver shoemaker, in anger: what do you s;iy, 'Squire White f I cannot take caioof them now, but I m pay you for all damagen.' Well said he. 'you will find that a hard thine:, I gn?.' 'SoolT he went, and I heard a Urriblo squallitig among the L'e;- e, T:j next new from the geese waa that thruf theai were missiug. My children found l b in horri bly mangled and dead, and thrown into the bushee. Now, said I, all keep still, ud let me punish him. In a few days the shoemaker's hogs broke into my corn. 1 saw them, but let them remain a long time. At last I drove them all out, aud picked up the corn which they had torn down, and fed them with it in the road. By this time the shoe maker came in great haste after them. Have you seen anything of my hogs I7 said he. 'Yes, sir, yon will find them yon der, eating some corn which they tore down in my held.' In your lielti ?' Yes, sir,' said I ; ' hogs love corn, you know they were made to eat.' 4 How much mischief have they done!' 4 0, not much,' said f. Well, off he went to look, and estimated the damage to rue, to be equal to a bmhel and a half of corn. ' O, no,' said I, 4 it can't iV.' 1 Yes,' said the shoemaker, 4 and I will pay you every cent of damage.' No, I replied, 4 you shall pay nothing. My geese have been a great deal of trouble to you.' The shoemaker blu.-hed, and went iiome. The next winter when we came to settle, the shoemaker determined to pay eie for my corn. ' No,' said I, I Khali take noth ing.' After some talk we parted j but in a d y or two I met him in tuo road, and we fell into conversation in the moa: friendly manner. But when I started n, he seemed loth to move, and I paused. For a moment both of us were silen. At ladt he said, 4 I have something laboring on my mind.' ' Well, what is ii V. Those geese. I killed three of your geese : and f shall never iv&t till you know how I feel. I am sorry.' And the tears come in his eyes. 4 O, weil,' said I, 4 never mind ; I suppose my geese were provoking.' I never took anything of him for it ; but whenever my cattle broke into bis field, after this, he seemed glad because he could ehow how patient he cDtild be. Now, said the old soldier, conquer yonr- self, and you can conquer anything, Yon can conquer with kindness where yoa can conquer in no otuer way." ermont Chronicle 41 No Fooling." A Detroit lawyer had a call to go into the country a few miles to attend a case on trial before a country bquire, and, while jogging leisurely along iu nis ouggy ne saw a man come moiling across the field at the top of his speed T A .1 1 l i t - .. uirecity udoimi mm, ana armed with a stout stick, was a woman, avd it was a nip auu-iuui race i) mo iene-. ine ?uau reached it first, however, and, as he drop ped on the high way side, ue'eaiied out to DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, &c. THE PRESIDENT'S THANKSGIVING. PROCLAMATION. a By the President of the United Stat of A m erica A 1 rocla m a t io n . At no period in their history, since the United States became a nation, has this peo ple had so abundant and so universal rea sons for jov and gratitude at the favor of AJmiht God, or been subject to so pro found an obligation to give thanks for His loving kindness, and humbly to implore His continued care and protection. Health, wealth, and prosperity throughout, all our borders ; peace, boner and friendship with all the woild ; firm and fairhful sdnereuee of the great body of our population to the principles of liberty arid justice, which have made our greatness as a nation, and the wise institutions, aud strong rr.icne of government and society, whieb will perpe tuate it for all these let the thinks of a happy aud united people, as with one voice, ascend in devout homage to the Giver of all Good. I therefore recommend that on Thursday, the tloth day of November next, the people meet in their respective places of worship, to make their acknowledgments to Almighty God for His bounties and His protection, and to cfter to Him prayeis for their continuance. Iu wit loss whereof, I have hereunto feet my hand, and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the city of Washington, this first day of November, in tin year of our Lrd one thousand eight hundred and eighty, and of thn independ: once of the United S ales the one hundred and fifth. R, B. Uayks. S-al.J By the Presided, Wm. M. Evarts, Secretary of State. 44 Stranger, for heaven' sake give me lift down the road for a half a mUe !" ltuuia tue uuuuie nere r asKeu tne lawyer. Wife&nd I had another falling eut! was the reply, as the man rolled down steep bank to the buggy. lue woman at this moment reached the fence, aud, as she was climbing over, lawyer inquired ot the uusbaud : '4 Are you fooling or in e lrnest ?" 44 If you thiuk I'm fooiing jast wait a second !" gasped the woman as she plunged down the bank, rolled over in the io:d, aud rose, up with a big stone in e;eh hand. 4 Squat !" yelled the husband, as he cir cled around the horse, but the lawyer was not quick enough. One of the stones hit him in the bacx and th other grazed his ear and hit ihj t or- e, and five or six more were coming as he sirack a trot aud moved erf, the husband hanging to the vehicle and running behind. When a sate distance away the lawyer halted and looked back. The woman stood iu the middle ot the road shaking both fists at him, and the husband wiped beads ot perspiratiou off his cheeks and chin, and said : 44 Stranger, Hanner and me never have ny fooling. When she's goad-natared I xVs appropriate to the times, we publish below Daniel Webster's eloquent and patri otic Apostrofhe to the Unio, which was the consummate flower of his oratory, con cluding as follows When my ejes shall be turned to behold, for the last time, the sun in heaven, may I not see him shining on the broken and dis honored fragments of a once glorious Union; on States dissevered, discordant, belliger ent : on a land rnt with civil feuds, or drenched, it may be, in fraternal blood ! Let their last feeble and lingering glance rather behold the gorgeous ensign of the republic, now known and honored through out the earth, still full high advanced, its arms ami trophies streaming in their origi nal luster, not a stripe erased or polluted. nor a single tar obscured, bearing for its motto no such miserable, interrogatory as 4 What is all this worth V nor those other words of delusion and folly, 4 Libert v first and Union afterwards' but everywhere, spread all over iu characters of living light, blazing on all its ample folds, as they float over the sea and over the land, and in every wind under the whole heavens, that other sentiment, dear to every true Ameneaa heart Liberty and Union, now and for ewr, one and inseparable !' DICTIONARIES. ORGANS, &c. railroad scm:nru:. " Something you Want." GET THE STANDARD. W Half the jr-ar parsed &nd the beat of the summer s,un i upon r.s. Now is the time to make your purchases of cool Scmmer F.brica. In order to hasten the sales of these goods, we have mde many redactions on different lines. If yoa want' a SILK DRESS. If yoa want a LINEN DRESS. If yon want a MUSLIN DRESS. If you want a WORSTED DRE. If you want a PERCALE DRESS. If you want a CALICO DRESS, CiT NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY. In addition to the above we have a full ar.d com plete stock of Laces, Ribbons, Trimmings, Edgings and Inserting, and Handkerchiefs which cannot tmxl to please. Oar line of Gents' Wear, Clolhs, Cassimeres, Lin ens, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Shoes and Gaiters, is yet very well assorted. And all departments will be kept represented aa the requirements of the trade demand. Desiring, however, to carry as small a stock as possible, our bargains will be given in all departments. Quick Sale and Small Profits. The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices." W. H. & It. S. TUCKER. Raleigh, N. C, July, 18 SO. VI riLMINCJT' 'N X w:UnN XlailroAcl Cojupnuy. 'TBI BEST ACTHOJtlTT. IT Off.aT TO II 15 ETEKT LlIRlKT, ALftO IS ETftT ACAMMr AM IX KV ERT Schoou" Hon. Charle Sumner. "The itST EiiSTiti Kiun lutxico."-LodJod Atbnam. Wii.Vix.rrN. N l' . J :r niAN;n r nu m i : Ojf and aft, r MoikU). 4 ti . it. It Trii r. i.ti ti A mult : V A " 1 . i run a folio : IMy Jl'Hi t.fj -, a. iu. m The Motiier Rules the World. -It is hard for a young mother, who has not yet overcomo the wayward tendencies ot her youthful nate.re, to realize the influence s-Lp exerts over her own little ones. She is constantly surrounded by critical imitators, who copy her morals and manners. As the. mother, so are her sons and da fighters. If a family of children is blessed with an in telligent mother, who is delicate and re fined inner manners, and dos not consider it necessary to be one woman in a drawing room and aa entirely different -person in every day life, bat wh$ 13 a true mother, and always a tender, charming woman, you will in variably see her habits of speech and perfect maimers repeated in her cnildren. Great, rough men, noisy men and busy boys will al ways tone down their voices and step lightly and try to be more mannerly when sne stops to give tuem a kind word or a pleasant mile ; for a true mother will never fail to say or do all the pleasant things that she can that will in any wav help or lift up and cheer those whose lives are sha ded with care ami toil. The mother of to- dav rules the world of to-morrow. Ex. A bo', who had been engaged i?) combat with aootner boy, was reproved by his aunt, who told him he ought always to wait TTtt-il flai rrliT hrr- 4 t i t o. 3 ivitr Kirn J Wei!, exclaimed the heio. ' bur if I wait for the--other fellar to begin, I'm afraid mere won 1 be any fight. , ik Tears to me yonr mill gos a ful felow,,, -aid an imn vient farm r buv to a muler I could eat that meai fater'n you it." How long do you think wu. con si do it. uv lad!" ojorh the miller. "Till I starved to death' answered the boy. 4iVbo," said Mr. IVfer Mitchell, a mem ber of the Canadian lioue ot CiHiimcns, to the members who were trying by interrup tions to choke him-efT, wno brayed here V It was an echo,-' retorted a member, amid a yeil ot delight. A distinguished irun O'JCt wro'e to his newspaper, Renew my r.ame thss year ; send me your paper a louu is i live hv. if you can send it after me in ti e uexc world, do so.' Tney pay this man hv:d 10 a very old age. He who has ridden in a coach knows how cream b$jug churned into butter. A mother's pietty gaymg k Which of your children do you love best!' Always the one that is absent. 1 .. leeis T c. t A. B. ST RON A C JtJ, APRIL 27, 1SS0. . Thurber's and Xumsen's choice Pieserves and Jellies in el ass : Florida Oranges and Dundee Uar- rn lade ; Dunbar's Ripe Figs in Cordial ; Gordon fc Dilworth's Preserved Ginger ; Cheylong Canton Gin ger, pots and half pots; Choice Fruit Syrups ; Strained Honey and Honey in Comb ; Maple and Golden Syrnps in ga'loa tins : Qlexis Godillot's Prunes in Jara ; Turkish and French Prunes, loose. CANNED Sugar Corn, Succotash, Green Pef Lima Beans, Juewis boston Baked Beans. LIBBY'S Canned Corned Beef and Tongue ; Lunch Tongue and Roast Beef ; Extra Fine Ham Sausages, 5 lb. tin . WHOLESALE TRADE. Car load each, Corn, Meal, Oats, Hay, Barn and Ship Stuff ; 20 Boxes Bulk C. R. Sides : 50 Boxes A B C and New Soaps : 50 Cases 1 lb. Canned Oysters ; 20 Caes pints, Sumsen s Pickles ; 20 Sacks Good Rio Coffee : 20 Barrels New N. C. Cut Herrings. OUR OWN ROASTING. Prime Rio Coffee 20 cents per pound, Choice I aguayra 25 cents per pound. GOOD GREEX TEAS 25 CENTS PER P0UXD. Graff's Potash Lye, unsurpassed for Scouring and House Cleaning, 9 poun ds Soap, Alexis Godillott'a Queen Olive':, Cucumber Pickle, Pickled Onions, Olive Oil and Sardines, French Mustard, Bal l win Tomato Catsup and Sauce, bpst in market, Monti- cello balad Cream. , apnl2-tf JOS. MUMFORD, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE. Keeps also on hand jgOOTS AND SHOEg In endless variety, at prices to suit the times. His store can be found oniiddle Street, opposite Winley & Bros., New-Berne, N. C. Call and examine my stock before purchasing else where. . JOSEPH MUMFORD. 66jP)ON'T FAIL TO READ THIS." JOS. P. GULLEY has on hand a fine and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, &o., flatept styles) which he offers at the very lowest prices "STThe largest assortment in the State of BOID EN'S and MILES' SHOES. "Study your interest and give him a call." A lar. handsome volume of lew re.vntinJn co idr.blv mort than ltXU Words iu lt Vocabulary, with the correct Pronuncia tion, Ienitlnn. ami Etymology. Fully Illustrated and Unabridged, with four full-page Illuminated Plates. Iabrary , Sheep, Marbled Edges. 10.00 Witli Ieuoiiii Paieiit Eewli jReference Inlx, ifl tnliitiottd " Woroostor" is now regarded a the STANDARD AUTIIOKITY. and is so recommended by Bryant, Longfellow, WSilnler. Sumner, Holmes. Irving, w iLUirois .iz. nmrnn. Honry. Kverett. Mann, htenheiw. Oulncy. Kelt n. Mil liard, Memmlnger. and the majority t f ur inoct dU tiniruished scholars, and K llde. recocnlred as authority by the Dei.artment. ol our national i-oveni-meut. 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While Sulphur, Uoiirov" le, Fort Sjtriu-, Aidersou's, Lon ell, liintoxi. Hawk's Nost, Kanawha Falls, Charleston, Huntington, Portstnotith, Cincinnati. Through tickets lor i-u ticket olliccs in North ( 'aio)'n. CONWAY R HOWARD. U J. ('. Dam:. S,iifi, i n .cut. 11. K lJ.lo v l.o. l.:li " i:.;u M 4,!o ' U OS ' 7 lo ' ?..'. ' '.' " ll.'.) " n.'M a : :i.:U " i.i; vs !..;i,o f : lHily. 1 l.' u v m m :.ii 4.17 4.4.1 -;:: , i S.JO " n.i. 1. l! " il'.'J i Pl.-i'l 11. .in l.:n r m -. Jo ;.:; lO i.O. A M mi at eti'on t; T. A i. the I'ominoi CONDENSED TIME 2J" . O . XI. nilron cl, TRAINS (JftlMi KANT. For sale by all Booksellers, or will be sent, carriage free, on receiptor the price ty J.. B. LIPPINCOTT k CO.. Publishers, Booksellers, and stationers, sept3-tf. 715 and 717 Market St. Philadelphia. Date, June 1, 1"7:' j Pwlly. ao. A ! Daily. I .Mi. DiOv I ".:i Leave CtialoOe j .( ; ini Hup in! ouih at aT o ANDREWS & FERR ALL, Xo. 41 Fayetteviile St. A large and select stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, which we offer to the public at lowest casn prices. One price and fair dealing to every one. see us. Call and N. D. WILLIAMS, Dealer in Staple and Fancy y C3r ! o o e r io Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, &C., aug 5 tf FRANKLINTON, N. C. TOBACCO, HARDWARE, &C. ' ' . cr n tu i r is ,W J j -s 35 .5 5 HN DI0KERSON, AGENT FOR THE Mason and Hamlin Organ Co. Will sell Organs on two and a half years time and receive payment in quarterly instalments. The Mason & Hamlin Organ is m all respects an exceneni instrument. Its tone for music has never been sur passed. It is made of the finest black walnut ana executed in the neatest style. Those desirous of purchasing an organ will do well to call on me, or address me by letter, before purchasing elsewhere. Orders from a distanoe will be promptly attenae io. I have also cheap Organs, which I can sell for cash for $65 or $70. These organs are well made and beautifully adorned. I have also PIANOS, which I will sell at prices ranging from 1150 to $250. The music, is equal to that of a $500 Piano, made of French walnut or ebony wood. I invite those who desire a good Piano to call on me. I will guarantee them a satisfactory bargain. Address, JOHN DICKERSON, 8 tf Citizen's National Bank, Raleigh, N. C. Salisbury. ... KlSi l'o!nt... Arrive rreoo-bor.. Arrive Hiils-boro.... V Durham " liuJeigh teave " Arrive CioIdboro. . . I 7--.1 j 7 7 I 7 :7 ,:ii "t -.ipn. ,-'.-,l1 . . jl I .:7aiLi j tiMI " A'o. 17. Connects at Sfll-bury with h N.i' R, H. for all points in WeMi-rn .No, ii Uaioni it. Daily x;cpt Sundays. At (irenlro vitli t. .e It. A D. Kali; ' d or nil point-North, Kaslar d ' A 1 1 iroi'lsinu " i. u VV'.A W. it iilroad or VS! r i ! r l -1 , ii . 45 L'oiium Is at li .: ,i wjlii lr,' 1.. D. Railroad for all points No;tii. ! : . i ii 'tu TRAINS ;ni.vo WEST. Date, June 1, 187. Daily. I - r,( I PROFESSIONAL CAKDS. JOHN A. HAY WARD, ArrOBNEY ANI? COTIXSELOLR AT LAW, NoTAHT PUBLIC, WASHINGTON, D. C. Practices before the several Courts of the District of Columbia, the United States Courts Pnd the De partment. Depositions taken. Advice by mail free Lv Greensboro .'' . i:. Arlialeigh Ii- - - u. Lv " j A 1 - " Ar Durham l J " HillKboro " Giteiif-boro Lr r High Point " Salisbury " Charlotte .o. IH.-t''nn'"'.s Branch, At Air-l.lne .1 u r t '.-i road to a!l points s Hi, ... with the ;. i. dc A. Ki!r -. t Southeast, At Sails!: .!. .. : except Sunduyw, fur all li.-mx lina. Ao. 42. ('onr.ecti at A!?-LI: v Kj'.'T C. A. L, for all pjintt ' : u n.,t -...ti. M uli'. ! e :u p n,. : I- i . i, J.uiy X. Mill I 7 i h m : m j " f p ni i i r H !.! 17 u in ! I -Lan ;: l r. I 'lu H;.u S:ii-!i 11 . . A k . . L. i:a I ! w - :. t harlot t ! "' all pri.iiU t'Ut I: and j '. ". i'. Ii ".., I'aily, .- in '.-.ti rn N" nth Laro- n A. Al i'i. RALEIGH & O ASTON RAILROAD. CllAMri-: OF scllEDrLE. St i'E-t:v riV!,r;.'i' (i nt:. l a. ;. Ii. ,. ".. Jui.t'5, f On and aftT Friday, .Iun- ;. u'.i trai.ioa t t eit'li & Gaston iUiiruad will nr.ili.:, ;:,r..y j.t d) aa rojiows : J. 0 L. HARRIS, RALEIGII. X. C. Office South of Court House, next to Old Sentinel Building. Practices in an tne uourm m No. 1 Leave : Kaleih 9 4" a. ra. V.Vi: . . . Ncu-e.. '. " t- ' i . . Kreetvii:e i -a I." ;; . . Wuke Voun?vilk' hi.' iVl jan 28-tf KUFUS BARRINGER, art Charlotte, N. C. aw htivn and sells Stocks. Bonds and other securi- ties. JAMES F. A. LAMOND, A. ttorxiey RALEIGH, N. C, Practices in the Courts of th Stat. Henderson., Middleburg Junction Kidyeway . . Warrcnton., Macon Littleton. . . Gaston Arrive at Weldoo ,..ti !!( ' . . .'.i :; ' . . .'. .v ' . .1" '.''t ' . .10 s-i . .i ..it i ' .11 V ' .11 Zi ..ti p; .12 12 p. .12 3', ' V.irr' ui'ifi Li'l'a .1 u; i"Ti ' Mi.:-ia ti j ii i.: re!. '. h i l '. ; ! f 1 rai.hiil.t ,l , . . , ' t.tk.. . . ' V i ta. r'orf-til!i ;.ecc r 1 1 e at Ah) " lU'.;?;... Mail train connu t- at WfMvr.. tin- tri . . .:j s y. ni ri ' .. ii . . i vj .. 1 f-2 " , ' ' . .r u . . r. . i " . .:, io . u a . . i . r.6 ..7 " . .7 '25 ..7 W " -f lit- S.-a- au.12 tf BARBER SHOPS, &C. NEW BARBER SHOP. board aud Kuauoke and J't.-.--i,-u( 1:1 r-i ! .'wr a I p.dnl North. Train No. 3 leaves Kalelb at H p ru. Arr;. ri at Wtl don3:S)a. m. Train No. 4 Ico'ts Wt-Mon at 10 a. ai. Arn at JUleigh 6:45 p. m. Train N. 3 coma I at V J"ii w(!i tl.- 1 t riUur Kail, road t r ah pints North, ai d h it:, the s-i.'i.-.i a:.d i;ar.oae liailruad. On Moi.diji". tdi. f ar .1 tiil') i-aKli- ere ) thia traiu conn, rl t Kr.:.ki.ij ".it a :uf.lal on iLt Blackab r loraii joii!e in haffrr N 1 1 j C'aroijna. Traiu No. 1 will n .t run u .--ti. '. . !.i 01 have Raleigh jb Sunday at ui down INt. :: I.M!.:j. i ;-ririit:n,icnT East side Wilmington street, between Hargett and Martin streets, next door south of J. S. Taylor's. Gentlemen desiring clean shaves and fashionable hair cuts will do well to give us a call. Don't fail to come and see us, and we will give you polite attention at prices to suit the time1. Towels clean. And razors keen. feb21-tf PROCTOR A CROSS. KALEIGU A AUGUSTA Air-Liiift Jtailxo-i'l Company. CHANGE OF SCHKDUI.IL 'y -lii.tt it'linCs Ofice, H.L ! .i, N. C. Ji:;e o, 1:;. On and after Fr:d iy. June o. 1 '.'. tt'....n,'i toe Kaleljjh and AujU)"ta Air L:iie Kailr. i'l ,vtil nr. d.;lly (.riuiiday ereepted; as roilow : THICH IS CHEAPEST, a package of Containing 20 pipes full of the best Smoking Tobacco made, or one common cigar ? Each costs the samQ. THOMAS TAYLOR, West side Wilmington Street, Between Bunch's Store and Woodward Brothers, Gentlemen, if you want a good Shave, a good Hair Cut, a Cham poo, or Hair Dresa, done at the best shop, by the best workmen is town, give me a call. The finest Oil and Hair Dressing Perfumes always on hand. ' THOMAS TAYLOR No. 1 Lave Kaiei?h " p m Cary ! " Apex 5 New Hill yil Merry Dike ?A " Moncure HA " Osijood DJ 17 " san lord I" H " Cameron 11 '2T " Manly 12'i a in Blue's , iti ' Keyer 12 4 ' HofTrnan 1 11 Arrive at Hamlet 2W 2 I. uvr- llal;:;-t H i.:a!l K-; -r i j Manly ' iii:iryfi -a mora Ki Moncure M:irv OhIh.. 2tw Hill Apex Cm I v Arrive .a Kakkii ...2?) am ...III " . ... 'SI ' . . . l ' ...4 I I ...I V) " ...0 41 " .... rj Lb M .7 tjo ...7-J3 .... 8 30 Train No. 1 connects at Hamlet with theC. C. Hall way for Wilmington. Char ioUeand a'l points south. Train No. '-' connects at lUleih withlne it-ilelgh and Gaston Kailroad for ail point .North. Jumx J. wi.nbkk, Supcrlnteadent.