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him; and casts no aspersion upon
Invitation to O'Ferrall.
THIS IS 3TO TOTJEl
the able, conscientious and patn- Congressman Char.es i. U er-
-i.; i v:u v. rJ-:a ra ll will, we none, atcena me
i m. 1 1 . iiiiiiiiit;r in - w uiviu uu cvu - i
p ;i:.Tsa)!C 37-
JOS. E. ROBINSON,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
cnargea me aeucate aunts ui i nTV,rtnnU nf t-nnwW what
nign omce wiiii WinCim me Virginia Democrats think ot Mr,
idence of God be Las been entrusted mill's attempt to punish him.
Congrepsman OJ?errail, tesng a
true Virginian, indignantly res-
CULTURE IN CONTRA COSTA. eented Hill's bulldozing tactics, Ae
a result. Senator Hill has under-
Oontra Costa Count-, Colifornia, taken to discipline Congressman
ADYAI
has been deeply smitten with the O'Ferrall and to defeat that gentle
... . mer roadrtmnrovemeat ' idea?, and it man, wno nas bo launiuiijr repre-
i eiot in
ward meeting,
tor the pcosleandthefamUy-Democraticand Jgg begun the
v.. sented his district in uongrces. iur.
uy ri:n AT Vb-
boarliwtodacuMnoIssuowhereinthepooplei lw name8 tQ t,i0st (lj lt roads and , nipt! no-, hnt hfi nan't run
ru-htsar at stake. Progressive, afcreast or e .1T ((!? titles for Vi;;a W ttl,o nnnnfrir
V"VH"0 W ri'-J - J I limUlt. 11 V VV MVJ
i i 4-n ir nn-n niir nrlii
-.m I I n OTd V5 I'TlilCHVlll iwavvw uui
afa.wo.ua......,. , . .
torial and local columns up to the day ana an uuuoco
According to
at large to know how Virginia re-
hour. Oar firculation is rapidly increasing.
il wc hope to soon have the -largest circula-
it.n of any paper in Eastern North Carolina
ho Semi-Weekly CDts thia impertinent interference
.. . . . . . I 111 Will 1VI,C& (IUU11U V J .'V,lilAL"y
Knferet at the Post office at Goldtboro, iV. 0
Second Class Matter.
fHuDSBORO, N. C. MAY 26. 18S2
STATE IKMOCU YTIC TICKET.
for governor:
ELIAS CARR,
of Edgecombe.
FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR.
R. A. DOUGIITON,
of Alleghany.
For Secretary of State:
OCTAVIUS COKE,
of Wake.
For Treasurer:
DONALD BAIN,
of Wake.
For Auditor:
11. A. FURMAN,
of Buncombe.
For Snpt-rhvdt Public Instruction:
J. C. SCARBOROUGH,
of Johnston.
For Attorney-General:
FRANK I. OSBORNE,
of Mecklenburg.
m our
Hill. We have not asked any ad-.
ty, the Contra Costa system was an viec jrom h;m as to the choice of
insDiration of "lMr. A. Li. lancrolt, our ConiTCEsmen. Mr. kj 'lerrall's
publisher and piano dealer, ot Kan constituents have not asked air
u..:, ihnmntA l,;m911 in mils advice, lea, verily, we
r, , t . preitr iuu uoii to iub iux. xms
anasn, even o" P. ,, attempt to run Virginia affairs
to Joseph Gargcry, and Mr. ian- from Washington is an insult to
croft caught it on the fly, so to the manhood and intelligence of
But although theoretically Virginia. It is proper to adraia-
iued ister a rebuke to Mr. llill, end
.v I ir ll riiiiiii iiii ll ill iit.i.i.t.i
that wo cannot co.uiut.u..j , than by electing deegates to
commena it to uio waiamiii jsjational Convention whose
and the wayfaring man pre-emi- first choice is Cleveland, but who
nentlv deserves to be considered in are willing to confer with their
K ,f0 ieiiow jdiuociaie lroiu an
iBCClions as io me uibi man. xjui
Thus it may be very elegant to n8 ghow Mr nm that ie cannot
i-i 1 - l .1,1; 7 ; I n 1 1 TIT L: t
call a nignway -riumaveg m- irom 1113 piacu in iv asningion or
sead of "Eiver Eoad," or "Pome- New York dictate to Virginia as
1, 1: t t.T?...,;f Wo'-. hnt to tne cuoiee oi meir tjongrespn. n
vat; iu muu a- i , " v
why "veg" or "vag" is superior in
euphony to "way, passes our com
prehension. But when the Contra
1 t
Costa mind turns to the poetry ot
bucolics and suggests genteel names
for American larmhouses and
dwelling places then does it soar
in the blue empyrean.
"In England," says the publica
tion referred to, "while the roads
are not named nor country house s
numbered, it is a custom firmly es
tablished and almost universal,
that every suburban and country
TAGI
-liich. State.
ALL ABOUT SHOES
TTE MOST PARTICULARLY CALL 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, for they are aware that
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 xjros., for Ladies and Children.
BAY STATE SHOES,
SUN WAY UIUDLNQ
Made Up of Divers Clirpn
HAND-MADE AND MACHINE AND HAND WELT SHOES FOR MEN
ONLY, THE MOST CELEARATEO AND FINEST MENS' 8HOES IN THE
Oh! let us not this thought allow;
The heat, the dust upon our brow,
Signs ol the contest, vfe may wear;
Yet thus we shall appear more iair
In our Almighty Master's eye,
Than if in fear to lose the bloom,
Or ruffle the soul's lightest plume,
We lrom the strife should fly.
Richard Chevenis Trench.
THE BEST MEDIUM-PRICED GOODS IN MENS' WOMEN AND CHILDRENS'.
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.
For judge of the Twelfth District,
GEORGE A SIIUFORD.
For electors at large,
CHARLES B, AYCOCK,
ROBERT B, GLENN,
ELIASCAKU FOR GOVERNOR,
tion, which shows that the author e widening vision is imperious.
The true use to be made of all
house has a name permanently at- the imoerlections of which vou
tached to it. Even it the home are conscious is neither to justify
changes owners, the name is a fixt- mr to condemn them, but to nre-
ute and helps to locate the new seut them beiore""God, conforming
occupants ot the place. vour w;n to His. and reinaiuinsr in
"Thi3 custom is a very charming peace; for peace is the divine order,
one and adds greatly to the home jn whatever state we may be.
teelin ana pnae mat may oe Ftnelon.
taken in a place and in hearing its
tianiR nsed. It is a constant influ
ence for good upon the country, The uraSe,.wij outsPread wing, that
upon its people and upon their Pause3 not feels no backward impulses,
The Democratic Convention on home8. Behind it summer was, and is no more,
the Otn Dauot nommaieu mr. Jiniao iueu. alter commenuiug iu 0r fall in mid ocean. Andvounoless
Carr, ot Edgecombe, lor Governor, readers the example set by the En Must feel the force sublime of growing
This is a good nomination and glish colony in Rugby, Tennessee, New thJ,ugltB are urgent as tlie growtb
will insure harmony in tne party it dashes on the toiiowmg uugges- ot wings.
and success in the campaign. .Mr
Carr is a farmer of large means, of is well up in the literature of Oui
fine education and of t progressive da and Miss Braddon:
spirit: he is an Alliance man of "Glenellen, Glcnmary, Sara Cot
pnnsPTvativfi vinws in full svmrja- tage, Alberta Lawn, Herbert
thy with the farmers in their efforts Homestead, Frederic Farm, Cliff-
to better their condition and to ?an Ho Th?VinJ Frances beautiful thought
i:. ,f f w n i4aarelJiomeSAnVine' Proof against all adversity. Bright
C3 I I'Ul Ui j XiJC A VlOil Cj VJ UUI JSjl VJI i CU- )
1. c i u -f 4,a ?nfyf i T7 1 :u
pie from me siougu ui ucsu are cuaracribiic ugusu uaui, higtode faithfal 6ayings, treasure
wmcn tney nave laneu uy uuian kuu u nvu. Uv, houses of precious and restlnl
legislation and untoward circums "'"" thoughts, which care cannot dis
stances. Lest, however, there might seem turb, nor pain make gloomy, nor
Mr. Carr's nomination is a just to be more of lancy than of real- poverty take away from us houses
tribute paid by the Democratic ism in those names, it gives a list
nartv of North Carolina to the of several hundred names which it
moral courage and the unusual says are "pure English" and "may
bravery exhibited by him in com- be suggestive lor our country resi
ing out publicly and condemning dents in making their selections."
the radical and revolutionary dec- We cull a few ot the more raelo
larations of the St. Louis Conventions tor the benefit of American
i'nrs nrlnV.lT woro Iw anmo ontrin I frrmfirs: "Mistlv Hall. Dodnash
?aat tr,in, to V,p fmatfid nnnr, tbA Priorv. Skinhateh Hall. Tatting .ne dominion of any sinful habit
" " J " D . V:7 x.' -nr., win tearfully estran
Uemocratic party as a piatiorm. stone vv onuer, oiougu x arm, v ai- pregence. A simple consenting act
With Mr. VJarr as our standards ton .sues, vaooage xian x arm, ct iQward disobedience in thought
bearer, unless all signs fail, the ma- Pengwedna, Tragoose. Bodily or will is enough to let fall a cloud
iority for the Democratic party in Vean, Hangman's Barrow, Cold between Him and ue, and to leave
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
. 1.10
. 1.25
. 1.35
$2.004.00
Men's Calf, Bals and Congress, $2, 2.50, 3, 3.50, 4, 4.50, 5 and 6.00
True
jHiconomy
Make voureelves nests of nleas-J
ant thoughts. None of ns vnt kmw. IS TO BUY THE BEST ARTICLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. A CHEAP IMITATION
a ' 7 1
tor none ot us haye been taught in
Or inferior substitute is dear, however low it may be purchased; not only that, bat 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
built without hands for our souls to '
I live in. John Ruskin.
Trials mu3t and will befall.
But with humble faith to see
Love inscribed upon them all,
This is happiness to me.
W. Cowper.
L-.l
L llf
'3S
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
the next election will be nnprece.
dentedly large. . .
The farming element in North
Carolina may well feel proud of
this representative they have furn
ished the Democratic party for the
head of its ticket; in fact, every
true citizen of the State may well
congratulate himself on the assur
ance that for four years more the
high office of Governor is to be
filled with such a high-toned, hon
orable, able and patriotic citizen
as is Mr. Elias Carr.
Governor Holt and his friend
may be assured that although the
combination of untoward circum
stances rendered it impolitic in the
opinion of the convention, to nomi
nate him for Governor, that his
failure of nomination in no way
affects ths high opinion the good
people of the State entertain for
Rose, Pill Point, Cradbone, Pack-
OZTsTIE-IEIRIOIE S-rSTZEJZMI
our hearts cheerless and dark.
7 ' I :or1 mo! iV I nnnin.'
ill T 1 1 TXT . TT 1 A 1 I vy"luluwl AU.auuill:i.
Haarler's Hole. Bull Barrow. Eve-
i .., i t j oi i tt ii Ask me no more; the moon mav drawl ......
kettleby .Lodge, bbeepskm Hall, the sea: Enables All to get the benefit of our low prices, be they rich or poor. And onr patrona may rely to
liill s Ijruli, Uow Ulose, longue The cloud may stoop from heaven and I . , , ' ' j.iL. . . ' " .
get tneir ouoea cueaper iuau ciecwucio uu awuuuk ui m d;bu, uai. u vmuw. uv
of mountain or of i
take the shape,
With fold to fold,
cape;
But O too fond, when have I answered
thee ?
Ask me no more.
Ask me no more: What answer should I
giye?
I love not hollow cheek or faded eye:
Yet, O my friend, I will not have theej
die!
Ask me no more, lest I should bid
thee live:
Ask me no more.
End" but this last is a good stop
ping place.
We shall watch the success of
the Contra Costa experiment with
interest. The Californian is a bold
and enduring pioneer. He has
taken hold of the farm name idea,
and we find among the titles se
lected, Beasely Cottage, Chedder
Villa (evidently the inspiration of
a retired chess dealer), Cypress
Knoll (an nnweird fancy), Tangle. Ask me no more- thy fate and mine are
foot, etc,, etc. Still we extend i strove against the stream and all in
onr svmDathies to the nnfortnnatfi vain,
1 T.t i. .. a A 1 Jl. - I
. i i . , I i-ici iiic gicai urci ia&e iue it uic I
pommau wuu ub tu carry letters main
to Tragoose Villa, Flumaveg, and No more, dear love, for at a touch I
.nstMntn V.; a noln.nl ?n In .... t I yieiQ,
to be undersold by our competitors, we mark our shoes at each low figures that we are
certain that we are at Rock Bottom, else we would 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.
H
Bros.
strong language.
Tennyson.
80, 82, 84 & 86 West Centre Street,

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