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The Daily Ahgus.
P IBU6HID BV JOS. E. ROBINSON, complicated about the matter, there belieying as they ma ana I I J. . V 4-V y-v cnma mntltrPO That England has been trying for years I Jtui uj to hare the United States armt j5einocrata may differ about non- toreign built vessels to American essentials, but in essentials tney registry, ller aesires are eiuuuu- i must agree.. r ueu il cum w cu ; u Kill Th wishes MorMnc minciDles antagonistic to of the United States are expressed the principles on which their i nn.f. la AnnnAfl. tnpn inere can intheCockran Ml. The former k-j ; will not become a law; the latter .ij Rtnd. and when a man EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, will. The complications which presents himself in a Democratic Sir Michal Hicks-Beach antici- convention tor the express purpose pates are -only such as concern of insisting upon such demands, he Li lnt.rJL The rest of the simply shows that he has no sen.e .-- i rt nrnnrwirr. or in hc uhiku uv u,ii jsthrarocs seeks to be a reliable paper worid Can view them with equa- effrontery which is entitled to no forthopeoPleandthefamily-Bemocratlc.and recognition. boarioKtodiscuBsnoissuewhereinthepeopie j- A Democratic convention should rights areatstake. Progressive, abreast of the T , uce fJompaaY, Ko o Dmnrmtir, convention. COn- aweshaiiaiwaysendeavortokeepouredi- millions out of its trolled and participated in by Dem- torlal and local columns up to the day and Having I r hour. our circulation is rap.diy pracucal . " " wiU not openly and unhesitat- uwehopato won have the largest circuia- inamptIlated matters that on the declare "I am a Democrat," ion or any paper in Eastern North Carolina t expiration of its fundamental pat- Bhouid have the hardihood to go : 7zzz. ent in 1893,it will secure a renewal jnto it and claim the right to sit , . a.- Kr.t coirontAnn vears more, in it as a delegate. Whe?i snch a Ltretatthe ros offlce at vocasouru. - """"" . . . " " J a o Hoi After that it probably will nave i man i iciuu .cu.uUu0 ii.M fr eaate, he cannot claim that he is smn mnre reasons, or dollars, tor bp 6. , , , i j: I v w I .nnri-tsf T.M n r M Q iJ 12 1 111 T I Vail IS lOLDSBOBQ. N. C. MAY otitminin a still further lease of r"iTV7m,l? nW the - uuaimvu wj O lifo rVmciiftrinfy the QUalltV Ot dt T i,;Q uolarofTAn of inrlftnfin ,ir,T, cniDc iv twr right WAY, Lun uiol,iAnA pptviVp. And its ex-i Iatipa" threbv renounciner the r ... orbitant cost to the public, the in- Democratic party. nil. Star. Two bills of patriotic interest to monopoly extension all citizens have been introduced f,, P J. anytbipg in Congress recently. inrpeenttiinee. Made Up of Divers CliPpir,K ; i;"0roTif wavR. witn tne 1 Li V VI J umvivu. J j problem of restoring the American - .11? 1 AD1TAHT AGE Second Clnss Matter. In our eyes the man who Buffers tried to evade awv - ao,a rirl onrl nnnnpfinpnt V Bfir- llsg to its proper place on tne mgn the immigration laws la8t week by jlike him who prays, he ecaa. presenting to the Government In performi a ministry of expiation, a The first, proposed by Mr. Fith- gpector at Boston certificates to the eacrifice, whose merit rebonn ian, of Illinois, would, it it became ff tbftt tfa hftd taten out nat- us; and we trust less for our ;!' . m I - I I IIMI MKV IIBU LaHUU jum 1 1 1 l-4-l V. V j I -a 1 1 a iaw -.u - nralization papers m .uu than to the American registry not onl, m were British subjects. of the p00r woman and her little carrying the trade ot the ocean, th;a d(MjKe Bhonld prove successful children who are sleeping on a but also in our coabuug auu we may expect to see a mynaa or business. In other words, it would Cbmamen coming here as sub give to foreigners that which no jectg of jer Majesty; but there American party has ever dreamed .g nQ proviBion in the anti-Chinese of giving them since the nation excnsjon jaw permitting such a was founded. Happily there is no schemt; OPj if there is, it can be danger of this bill passing the Sen- amended promptly. Calling an ate or receiving the President's jondeyed immigrant a Britisher eignature. If there were, it would ,joe8 not make bim any more wel mean speedy death to American cQme tQ Tjncie Sam, but quite the commerce. contrary. The second bill, whicn paeseu the llouse of Representatives last coojused ideas. week without a dissenting voice, is R f th advocates of the St the work of a genuine Democrat, platform have a confused who is not a free trader, Mr. idea of the meaning of "majority ALL ABOUT SHOES TE MOST PARTICULARLY GALL. THE ATTENTION OF THOSE Parties who have not been buying their Shoes in our Shoe Department; we need not say a word to our regular customers, tor they are aware mat we keep the best and most durable and most stylish shoes, not only in Goldsboro; but in the whole State, and those who have ever bought Shoes from us once, will buy them again For we not only sell you the best Shoes made, but we sell them cheaper than any other House in the State. We keep the following celebrated makes of Shoes: Ziegler uros., for Ladies and Children. BAY STATE SHOES, THE BEST MEDIUM-PRICED QOOD3 IN MENS' WOMEN AND CHILDREN8'. truss of straw in the garret under our roof. Frederic Ozanam. Love: flew in at window As Wealth walk'd in at the door. "You have come for you saw Wealth coming," said I. But he fluttered his wings with a sweet little cry. "I'll cleave to you, rich or poor." Wealth dropped out of the window, Proverty crept thro' the door. "Well, now you would fain follow Wealth," said I. But he flutter'd his wings as he gave me the lie, "I cliDsr to vou all the more." Tennyson. "It is a sad weakness in us," says HAND-MADE AND MACHINE AND HAND WELT SHOES FOR MEN ONLY, THE MOST CELEARATE') AND FINEST MENS' SHOES IN THE BANISTERS' COUNTRY. WE KEEP ALL GRADES, WIDTHS, STYLES AND SIZES IN DONGOLA. FRENCH KID, GOAT, GRAIN, CORDOWAN, CALF AND BUFF. PATENT LEATHER SHOES IN CONGRESS AND BALS, OXFORD AND BUTTONS. 1 fjftoro-e K int. "after a I. that the BourkeCockranofNewYork. Its rule" as it applies to convenuoM. d3ath hallowg purpose is to-grant an American IJ y did not they would never . to .f Mfa were no fcroi-rn RtPamahiDS of aaviae iui luuoo sacred, too as it it were compara iiolci i wv..&- r niattorm as tney ao snouiu seen iui ... HERE ARE SOME OF OUR PRICES: Women's Solid Grain Bals Women's Solid Grain Buttons .... Ladies' Solid Dongola Bals . . . Ladies' Solid Dongola Buttons .... Ladies' Daisy Kid Buttons, Ziegler make, . $1.00 . I.IO . . 1.25 . . 1.35 $2.004.00 parar to fail in love Pfl of w oatW rfn Rhonld seek to sacred, too as it .i o nnn 4. onoK1a . ,"4 i . - T I tlVelV a 112111 lUin -not toss man o,w -k be DOSen mo w.jjj 8nd -reverence to the brother who ot a speed of not less than 20 knots, cratic convention with a view to clilllb tbe whole toilsome belonging to companies not less torcmg mat conv 8teeP with us, and all our tears than 90 per cent, of whose stock it. . A man may belong to the and-tenderne88 were dne to the is owned in the United State., on t Fame's' AlHancc! one who is spared that bard jour- condition that the American own- Qr tQ a'ny 0tber non-political organ- neJ- ers obtain a full title to those 3hips ization and be a Democrat, but if and that they shall, subsequent to either ot those organizations com- Oh, I could go through all . trouble the passage of the law, have built mitted itself to a political tform s-ginj in A'merfcan ship-yards steamships JSL rled" of an aggregate tonnage not less . woud have no more right to call To all I do or say. in amount than that of the ships himself a Democrat than Bob In- though-1 are telfish, always so admitted to register." gersoll would have to call himself J building ... tl TTTUmh a w ft x AoO I m r Ll nr. fM ilia rr- Tlv tho nassntrp of this bill. Which a C.nriBIian. iiubu S"" jieau c5iiiu y 'P601"18- ""- into a Democratic convention, a I use my love of others for a gilding had the warm support of both par- . oraay To make myself look fair. ties in the two Houses, our ship- otner convention as a delegate, the t fancv an the world engrossed with builders will be benefitted at the presumption is that he goes there judging same time that our Government in good faith willing to be govern- aee7em;arutlgracious will be given practical control of ed by the rules and usages which My warmest p the fastest ships on the ocean, for whlh Lecon service in time of war. Sec. Tracy fJevo In youth or age, by city, wood or moun- writing ou me iaici nope" ui goes mio a couveuuuu uumius Sell is forgotten never; question, says of the two Inman to abide by the rules s.nd where'er we tread, it gushes like a steamers which had the honor ,o be wWeh oan govern .11 fcjjg.j, the flrst admitted to American - - f ,i,,.t. , , IHa ran snfttr.ll lis piUlliVVw tub ouwvwm w f j i xxiao: o.v registry: which it represents, but to destroy wholly . n. . . r. i J I rn r.fBPlt' hateful sieht: I iirv ('OUcLUUie an ouimaii Mt hoa -nr riornr. to nn Liitsre. suu I w . " . , ndmnrtb. reckoned as a " 7a V2 0nmr?aed if the eon. And it keeps step whene'er we travel J DUUUIU UVb Men's Calf, Bals and Congress, $2, 2.50, 3, 3.50, 4, 4.50, 5 and 6.00 True fTT3 M 0 MS IS TO BUY THE BEST ARTICLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. A CHEAP IMITATION Or inferior substitute is dear, however low it may be purchased; not only that, but in the case of Shoes it is only good policy, to buy the very best article that can be purchased. We have made our Boot and Shoe Department a special study and make it a point to sell only good and 1 or; EE TO And sleeps with us at night. part of the naval force of the gov- vention refused to recognize him nrviAnf a maintaining them. It ji ia difficult to imagine a more ef- gome 0f the "reform" papers in O miserable omnipresence, stretching . .. i i ii I . " . . , . i I nnr oil time and enacel ccuve commerce .. this State have been ? aavising i Hqw f run from yet lound uie Mrjamouif) unj uj .mv- wllO Deiieve in iue 01. iwuio pmi.- thee reacting . with a battery of rapid-firing guns. form j0 g0 10 theDemocratic prima- The goal in every race! She can steam oyer 21 knots an meetings and elect delegates of hour, and can average 19.9 knots their way of thinking to the State The opiate balms of grace may haply WE CAN WARRANT TO LAST AND GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION TO THE WEARER. WE CAN, THEREFORE SAFELY SAY THAT THE PUBLIC HAS APPRECIATED OUR EFFORTS BY GIVING US THEIR PATRONAGE. WE NOT ONLY SELL YOU THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICE, BUT ALSO WARRANT EVERY PAIR OF SHOES WE SELL. OUR STEM nour, ana can average their way oi tninKing w we dj 5, TIT. . . . . . ... from land to land, across the At. convention which meets at Raleigh BtliJeep !n ray nature lying; - Enables All to get the benefit of our low prices, be thay r.ch or poor. And our patrons may rely to lantie. No man-of-war could over- next "Wednesday. TWb advice is For x may hardly hopf, aiasi to kill thee -where on account of this system, from the fact that in order not take her; no merchantman could intended for the members of the Save by the act of dying. get their Shoes cheaper than elsewhere on aeconni j , to be undersold by our competitors, we mark our shoes at such low ngures u we are certain that we are at Rock Bottom, else we wonld be sure to lose the trade. As we have unsurpassed facilities for carrying on our business,-you can readily understand why we are able to sell you the very best goods at the lowest prices. It will, therefore, be to your advantage to'buy all your goods at the oldest and most Reliable House in Goldsboro. escape her. A fleet of such cruis- FarmerB Alliance, as there is no . , .A wastemv life for ars wonld sweep an enemy s corns otner organization that we know others, IIICICC IIUUI LilO UOM. qj WDlCli tiler ID UJ CUUI fcrvu VY ltU BO CUUO Ul UiJ The "enemv" whose commerce is made to influence in this .matter. Th.l I .ld your ,lf into m, ah.e to be tjns endangered, a. , g TMStSl fr tte oM, speaks its mind. At a session of ;n tne Alliance. In some counties such was the life Thou livedst; self-ab-the Royal Labor Commission on there are a great many Repnbli- juring, . -r i -r-. i . -j o r 4.1 A.raa 4-V.o Thine own nains never easing, May 4, iora eroy earn iu W cans. Gur burdens bearing, our just doom en- eenous question and that the result St. Louis platform. If the advice " A. 1118 WUUUUI. BCU-jireaoiugi Father F. W. Faber. SeriOUS qUCSllUU nuu mat. iuv, r A .could hardly fail to be injurious of Jto. JW& to England." Sir Michael Hicks. pafrorm men will go to the prim-' TUoh. nrfiRident of the Board of ;r thev tinve not alreadv r I mmm lv6 tv.wj Trade, also commented on the bill done so, and elect delegates, some Notice as a'darmg one," ana saia ue ' f. I ""1"" ""I Having qualified as administrator of "thought it was certainly a curious themselves, to the convention at JaSonall persons holding claims thought 11 was ceriamijr a o u Raleigh. Ia there any sane man again8t said estate are notified to present nation on the part ot a menaiy na- . A that, th ait nhriirld I two omrf tn the nndersiened without delay, tion, and that complications would recognized as delegates? And Ud arjadebte estate proDaoiy resuii'. not iwcec, I This Apni a, iow. . , We think not. There is nothing 1 other man be who went in G. T. I7ASS0M, Admr. Beb 80, 82, 84 & 86 West Centre Street.