I DS RO. C. APRIL 28 'Xa
When, in the f rst wild throes of grief,
The sick heart turns from all relief,
And backward counting, sad and sMw,
An hr.ur, a week, a month ago
To days ere yet the light had flown
From those dear eyes we called our own;
We ask of God the seal !o set ;
"How long, O Lord, ere we forget ? "
For still to liv;! through unknown years,
IiOst voices ringing in our ears.
Lost faces held in memory's grasp.
Losr. hand9 that never more we clasp,
And feet who-e steps have died away
Walking beside ns day by diy,
Seems all to hard for love's regret,
And so we pray, ' Let us forget!"
But when above life's trouble 1 springs
We feel the stir of angels wings,
And His dear blessing, sweet and slow,
Drops on the wounded hearts below;
When Ft ith ascends the gol len stair,
Of love an 1 hope and trust and prayer,
Though gri f and pain may linger yet,
We would not, if we could, forget!
Mary Elizabeth Blake.
Col. Harry Skinner publishes in
the current number of the Green
ville Ht'flector a card stating his po
sition ami views in regard to eertuin
public questions that are being agU
ti.ted at this time and with which
.he bas been conspicuously identified.
5ays the Raleigh Chronicle: "We
have always understood that Col.
Skinner has been out and out op
posed to the Third party movement,
and that while he would like to
have his peculiar views on the sub
treasury plau endorstd as Democratic
jot-trine, he would never, however,
jnsjsfc to the extent of endangering
ihe integiity of the Democratic
jiarty, wb.i! w. know Col. Skinner
gave his money and time to preserve
wiien assailed iu the fjastern couu
ties by negroes and bad white men.
'Col. Skir.ner sees the danger of
present political complications
mid mini ully states his position in
the following extract from his frank
Now while these iu my individ
ual iteiys, I have. uo desire to force
them upou Democrats who cannot
sce through the same glass as J do,
and certainly would not want them
incorporated io our State platform,
recoguizing as I do that there is that
difference of opinion among Demo
crats that would hazard the harmo
jay ot Democratic councils and jeop
ardize our success at the polls; real
izing further aa I do that oar white
people must be held together within
the organization of Democracy to
preserve home rule, to prevent the
(GQ.nimon enemy irom recreating tne
m , . 1
i" i a ... i i i.s in ni ii r- i.ti ir-i urri.iiifci n
to perpetuate J
white supremacy ana to &tanu as a
harrier agaJnsfc amalgamation and
the evils that would fojlow there
from, the people of North Carolina
may be assured while I claim the
rjght of my individual views, I stand
feady to make any sacrifice to pre
vent tha disruption of the Demo
cratic party. And if I may be per
mitted to make a suggestion (with
out criticism) to Alumnae and non
Alliance Democrats in the Interest
of harmony, it would be to carry
out what I intended at the last meet
ing of the State Executive Com
pjittee, to recommend to the differ
ent county conventions with as little
variation as possible the State plat
form of 1890, and relegate all our
differences of a national character to
the different Congressional conven
tAoas, a3 this class of relief must
on& through the channel of Con
gress, and these are the political
jjouies that should be impressed
with the iojportange of relief on the
Jine indicated ".
Pear Argus: Permit me through
your columns to state that I am now
in charge of the Orphans' Home, in
Goldgboro, and am anxious to plant
the farm and garden attached.
I ask for s. contribution of seeds
of all kinds, also foi live stock,
All articles can be sent diiect to
the Orphanage, or left with Mr."
Wm. T. Dortch at his office in
We specially need some seed corn,
peas, and all kinds of garden plants,
flowers, shrubs, also wood by the
lead. We will gratefully receive
even the smallest donation.
Wm. Cobb Whitfield, M. D.,
Goldsboro, N. April 21st, '92.
"I don't like the breath of that stave!"
exclaimed little Ethel one day when the
gas was escaping from the Bitting room
stove. Coal-gas ia like the prefumes of
India," compared with the breath of a
person afflicted with catarrh, but among
manv other svmDtoms the sense of smell
is often deadened, so the sufferer la uncon
ecious of the offensiveness of his presence.
Why any one will endure such a painful
dangerous and offensive disease, when- Dr.
Sige's Catarrh Remedy will cure the most
stubborn case, is one of the many mysteries
The proprietors are so confident of the
success of this Catarrh Remedy, that thoy
offer to forfeit $500 for any case of catarrh
teuy cannot cure, . It would be suicide for
their remedy, for them to make this offer,
unless they understood its eract powers.
YE OLDEN TIME.
!A Feast of Kracrn and Flow of
WttM In Our Court House, Among the
Legal Brethren, that carried the
01dr Heads of the Audience Back
t o the Days or Mcltre, Washington,
1 ortch an X Strong, of ye Olden Time,
The case that attracted most at
tention during the term of our Su
perior Court which has just expired,
wa3 that of Roberts & Hoge vs.
Fuch tier & Kern ft. al. In this
case the public were treated to as
One a display of legal skill, forensic
eloquence and judicial patience.learn
ing, clearness and fairness as it has
been our pleasure to see in a. long
while. The plaintiffs were repre
sented by Mr. V. A. Woodard, of the
Wil-'on bar, and Messrs. Robinson and
Munroe of this bar, and the defend
ants were represented by Mr. Zolli
coffer of the Henderson bar, and
Messr.s. Aycock & Daniel?, Faircloth,
Allen & Dortch and I. F. Dortch of
this bar. Thursday evening, after
all the challenges on both sides had
been exhausted, the following gen
tlemen were selected as the jury, to
wit; Ashley Creech, C. 13. Hicks, R.
L. Scott, J. II. Sanders, David Mc
Kinnie, 0. W. Parks, J5jc1j Hinnant,
W. B. Vail, W. R. Fail, J. V. Ed
wards, Simon Grady and- Need ham
. The evidence was concluded Fri
day morniug and lhecase was open
ed for the defendants by Mr. W. R.
Alen, who, with that clear, intelli
gible, forceful and peigiiasive man
ner which always characterizes his
speeches, laid before the court and
jurv the defendants' reasons, both of
law and fact, for asking a verdict at
their hands. Mr. Allen was follow
ed by Mr, F. A. Woodard for the
plaiu tiffs, who in a speech of about
two hours in length, of great power,
burning with eloqueuceaud weight
ed with strong logical argument,
clear, lucid and convincing, laid be
fore the court and jury the plain
tiffs' whole case.
Mr. Wood$rd was followed by Mr.
I. F. Dortch, w ho in that clear, force
ful and telling manner for which he
is so well known and admired, re
plied to the speech of Mr, Woodard.
Mr. Dortph waa followed by Mr.
Munroe for tbu plaintiff, who from
the opening to the close of big argu
ment held the Jury, the bar and the
large audience of our most promi
nent citizens in unbroken and inter
ested attention: his presentation of
tjie facf3 though already ?one over
- a a 1
bv counsel preceding him was
ciothed with new interest nnder the
touch of his masterly genius, while
his readings of the law from differ
ent decisions of the Supreme Court
of our own and other States bearing
on the case at issue, proved him to
be a man of tireless research, deep
learning and discriminating mind.
Mr. Munroe was followed by Mr,
F. A. Daniels, for the defendants,
who, in a speech of about two hours
length, bristling with dry humor,
hard, logical reason, earnest and pa
thetic appeal?, and, withal, clothed
in such superb English that it might
well serve as a model for the mas
ters, almost persuaded the jury,
Mr. Daniels was followed by Mr.
W. S. O'B. Robinson, whose speech
was a masterly exhibition of Irish
wit, bitter scorn and genuine oratory;
the case was such a one as gave free
play to the great powers of Mr. Rob
inson before a jury, and his gemug
was seldom if ever displayed to
greater advantage than on this oc
Mr. Robinson was followed by Mr.
Aycock, who made the last and clos
iug speech for the defendants. In
this speech was crowded as mKch of
consummate skill, earnest entreaty.
strong reasoning and fiery, beaming
eloquence, as well could be gotten
into a SLeech of an hour s length.
The Judge's charge was illumined
by that strong and steady light, under
which nothing in point, either great
or small, can be obscured, and
couched in such a clear and lucid
style that it could not be misappre
hended by any one, ihe jury gave
patient and careful attention to the
speeches of counsel, and, after staying
out all night, came in Saturday
morning: with a verdict in favor of
the plaintiffs. The defendants ap
A Great. Explosion.
In these days of gunpowder, dynamite,
giant powder, and the like, tremendous
explosions are no rarity, but the greatest
explosion of modern times is, without
doubt, that of the "old-school" idea that
Consumption is ineurable. Thousands of
lives have been sacrificed to this mistaken
notion. Modern research has established
the fact that Consumption is a scrofulous
disease of the lungs, and that there is one
remedy which will positively eradicate t
from the systemDf. Pjprce's (jpjden
Medical Discovery. Of course there were
in the olden times many who would have
pronounced modern explosives instruments
of witchcraft; but there are, fortunately
few to-4&y Who do not acknowledge that
'Goden MadicaJ Disgoyery" is the one
sovereign remedy for aljscrofulpus diseases
and wonsumpuon ia one or them,
Jotice to Farmers!
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
EE'S AGRICULTURAL LIME
That stands higher to-day than eycr
Before. We also sell best quality ;
Heavy Weight Rock Lime for
Seed Oats and Rice
And groceries of all kinds. Timothy
Hay, Wheat Bran and Klce Meal. -Ty
one sack of Rice Meal and
: see if it is not the cheapest
and best foodjfor stock
you tvr tried.
HENRY &M.L. LEE
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
03 SHOE ccufrftK
ST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET I
inrei !, with fiq acki it rrt t?4
the feet) piada (4 the bet Ons fit, tTlls4
7, ii4 eeauj im mats mora ihota of thim
frunm f'mn any pcacr manwaentiwr, n cuUMft JUuia.
cwed shoai costlne from 4.00 to s.OO.
yfiJw ihoo ever offered lor 3.00 equl fremiti
O ild-Srwed Welt iShae, an eTf,
tTlifth. comfortable and durmhl. Th. hMt
hoe erer offered at thi price ; Mune fijrade as ou-tom-made
ehoe costing; from $6.00 to 9.00.
AO SO Felice Hheet Farmera, Railroad Ken
9 v and Letter Carrier all wear them; fine calf.
wnitsw. auauuiu lUBiue. neavy vuree aoiaa OXten.
alon edno. One oatr will wear a vaav.
B ana calf i bo better iboe ese oSJered at
thl pr)ce; pne. trial WiU COQTinoe tbOM
wear no other make.
aurauie. toow waa
I m9 A achool ahoea m
how Tl . ai hoy UlAV&lll
on their merlu, as the increasing; sales show.
af,IX ushhcwm snoe. Den
ImDorted shoes costinsj from a4.00 to as.au.
s uoDiaia tbtt ietiiui; mi
.ladies' U.50. 4.0 and 1.75 shoe tot
nri5 ate wSemped On t
tw-TArkK HU Bin
Ynslsi on local adTertlsed dei
I dealers snpplylaa yon.
W. 1 DOUGLAS, Brackta
HOOD &. BRITT.
QOLCSBOBO, N. C.
1'he.Handsoiuest Lady In Goldsboro
Remarked to a iriend the other day
that she knew Kemp's Balsam lor the
Throat and Lungs was a superior rem-
dy, as it stopped her cough instantly
when other cough remedies had no effect
whatever. o to prove this and con
vince you ot its merits any druggist
will give a sample bottle free; lare size
5U cents and f 1.
A valuable farm lor sale li miles
from the city of Goldsboro, 67 acres
cleared, 33 acres in woods, the clear
ed land.adapted to truck larmtng as
wel. as grain and cotton, with clay
sub-soil; the woods for pasturage and
manuring qualities. Situate between
the W. & W. R. Rv and the county road.
Apply for terms to the undersigned or
M. L. Lee. HUGH HUMPHREY.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnalow'g 8oothinsr SrvuD should al'
ways be used when ohlldren are outturn teeth.
it relieves tue little sufferer at onoe : it pro
duces natural, quiet sleep by relieving' th
child from pain, and the little eberub awaket
as "bright as a buttou. It is very pleasant to
taste. It soothes tne child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, relieves wind, refrulatea the
ooweiB, ana is tne test no w n remedy ror aiar
rnoea, wneiner arising; irom teeming or
oauses. Twentv-flveoentg a bottle.
The Ho mellest Man in Goldgboro
As well as the handsomest, and
others are invited to call on any druggist
and get tree a trial Dottle ot Hemp a sal
sam for the throat and lungs, a remedy
that is selling entirely upon its merits and
is guaranteed to relieve and cure all chron-
fp and Acute Cough?, Asthma, Bronchitis
and Consumption. Large Bottles 50 cents
and $ l.
Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to ran ntil; it gets be
yond the reach of medicine. - They often
say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most
casee it weara tbem away? Cou d they be
induced to try the successful medicme
Kemp s Balsam, which is sold on a post
five guarantee to cure, they would immer
4'iately Bee the excellent effect after taking
the flrst dose, .price goo mX ft-U 'iTift
size free, At all druggists',
We offer on best terms:
300 TONS PR0LIFIC GUANO.
300 TONS ACID pH0SIHATE'
0 Aft TONS GENUINE GERMAN
Get terms and prices before buying
H, Weil & Bros
The SABPROSO, the beet Oc oienf in
America. For sale only by
J. W EDWARDS.
Just received a larce line of Boys
knee pants selJ .bem as low at 25c per
pair. u, ftani .iU.
ww want a apuv jur comtorx a
no at and w
weaii are Terr strong: and
liTe given them a trial will
BuI S'J.OO mad S
The highest cash price
GOLDSBORO OIL MILLS.
Cotton seed meal, or
Fertilizers exchanged for seed
On liberal terms.
R. J. M- PARK en
Office over Oiddens' Jewelry Store,
West Centre Street,
Goldsboro. N. a
C. S. Boyd, D. D. Henderson,
F. S. Harris, "
Geo. A. Foote, M. D., Warrenton.
Holly Sm th, D. D. S., M. D., BaltoJ
J. H. Whitfi. TCliznlMth Ctv
Chas. Alexander, D.D.S., Charlotte, Pres )
P. Hilliard, Rocky Mt. Ex. Pres., )
N. C. State Dental Association.
WE will pay the above reward for anv
case Liver complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, la digestion, Constipation or
Costlveness we cm not cure with West's
Vegetable Liver lfills.when the directions
are strictly complied with. Thev are
purely vegetable, and never lail to eive
satisfaction. Sugar Coated Large boxes,
containing 30 PiXls, 25 cents. Beware 01
counterfeits and imitations. The genuine
manufactured only by the John c. wrst
COMPANY. CHICAGO, ILL,
Soldby M. E. rlobinson & Bro. Gold-
boro. N. C.
Then Batty was sick, we' g&Te her Castorla.
Wbec shii was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When six i became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
Wii tbt had Children, she cave Qiom Ctoria
KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29, 1891.
Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrll, N. C:
Dear Madam As I have been cured 04
a malignant case of ulceration of tho nose
produced by catari'h, by ihe use of twelve
Dottles or Mrs. Joe i'erson s Kerned y, 1
take pleasure in recommending it to the
Mrs. J.M. WHITJC.
Black Flag Insect and
MILLER & SHANNON
w 2 -fc
Ladies Attention !
Woman, lovely woman, one bottle of
mv celebrated TONTI will nermanentlv
enlarge your form 4 inches in 80 days, and
maae you as keautnui as Cleopatra, or
money refunded. Price $2.00. Woman's
only true friend, for it never fails. Tonti
glorious Tonti, will make the leanest per
son fat and remove those horrid wrinkles.
Send for sealed circular.
MRS. DR. MILLER,
918FW.Rt. N. Washington, D. CJ
BAGGING AND TIES, MEAT
MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE,
Hatches, Startcii, Soap, Etc.
BROWN, LATHAM & GO.
NEAB POST OFFICE,
Corrected Daily by B. M. Privett
Wholesale rroviaion and drain
5 (6 BIT
Lard ,. 9
Fodd.M- a on
Corn 50 a 56
Peanuis 60 STB
45 a SO
18 a SO
Si a 22
Hideit .. ..
J W. LAMB.
Fine Livery in single or doule teams.
Gentlemen and Ladies' saddle horses.
Prompt service and satisfaction assured.
Fine Hand-made Harness
Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Whips, Har
ness, caddies, Jitc.
GIVE ME A CALL,
John Street, abova Walnut,
March 19-tf. Goldsboro. N. C.
'TO BUY A THING RIGHT.
BUY WHERE 'TIS UADE."
D. W. HURTT.
GOLDSBORO, N. O. Z
D. A. Grantham, Prop,r.
East Centre Street, Between St. James
TT1 1 -a a--
xioiei anq messenger upera House.
Monuments, Marble Slabs,
and Solid Tombs
In all designs and artist:c carvines. Also
Marble signs and Iron Fencing
Our work ia the Beat
We challenge competition
And invite correspondence.
Br A. GRANTHAM.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This Is beyond question the most suc
cessful Cough Medicine we have ever sold.
a few dojes invariably cure the worst cases
01 uougn, uroup ana iironchitis, while its
wonderful success in tne cure of consumD-
medicine. Since its first discovery it has
been sold on a ruarantee, a test which no
other medic.iro can stand. If you have a
cough we earnestly ask you to try it.
f noe, 10c., 50c. and $ 1. if our lungs are
sore, chest, r back lame, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Sold by J. H. Hill & Son
Goldsboro, N. C.
Mrs. S. I. Griffin,
Under the Messenger Opera House,
Is now displaying attractive novelties
Notions, Flowers and Fancy Goods
All the latest patterns in gibbons, and the
Latest .Novelties in btyles ot Hats
and trimmings and a com
plete line of Notions. ,
The Ladies are invited and a
Cordial Welcome and prompt
Attention is assured them!
H. WEIL & BROS.
We would call the
attention of our friends and
patrons to the large array
of Spring and Summer goods
which we are now display-
ng in our
We are showing full and
complete lines in the
lothingi and Furnishings
for Hen, Boys and
Sboes for all ages and Sizes.
Dress Goods in Wool,
Silk and Cotton Fab
rics, the prettiest
Ever exhibited to a Goldsboro Community
At Prices Lower than
We invite your inspection,
H. Weil & Bros.
Notice of Sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of the
Superior Court of Wayne county in the
case of W. 8. Forbes et als, vs. The Neuse
Lumber Company et als, we will sell at
the Court House door in Goldsboro, N. C,
on Saturday, April 30th, 1892, all of the
real ana personal property ot the JN euse
Lumber Company, consisting of timber
interests in Wayne and Johnston coun
ties, lumber, logs in the boom on Neuse
river and on the A. & N. C. R. R. near
Beston and on the bank of Neuse river;
the entire plant of the said Neuse Lumber
Company on the Neuse near Goldsboro,
JN. v., ana the tract of land, containing 53
acres on which said plant is located: said
plant consisting of four large boilers, three
engines and a complete outfit for sawing
lumber; also the burnt machinery of every
kind belonging to said Neuse Lumber
Company, including a dry fan and heater
but slighUy injured by fire; also all stock
belonging to said company including sev
eral mules and oxen; also wagons, carts
and all other personal and real property
of every kind belonging io said company
and used in its business; also a right of
way from the W. & W. R. R, across the
land of Chas. Grainger to the plant of said
xneuse Lumber uompany.
C. B. Aycock,
March 29, 1893. Receivers.
All nsrsnm Indehtftd to the Nenan
Lumber Company are hereby notified to
make immediate payment to the un
dersigned at the office of Aycock &
Daniels, Goldsboro, N. C.
v. a. Aycock,
F. A. Woodard.
March 29, 1892. Receivers.
Having qualified as administrator of
James Tabron, all persons heading claims
against said estate are notified to present
the same to the undersigned without delay,
and all persoas indebted to said estate
must make immediate payment.
This April a, 1892.
G, T WASSQM, Admr,
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