Mrs. S. I. Griffin,
Under the Messenger Opera House,
Is now displaying attractive novelties
Notions, Flowers and Fancy Goods;
All the latest patterns in Bibbons, and the
Latest Novelties in Styles of Hats
and trimmings and a com
plete line of Notions.
The Ladies are invited and a
Cordial Welcome and prompt
Attention is assured Jliemi
DOWN THEY GQ !
Haviug Bought the Stock of the
And wishing to reduce my immense stock
I have marked them down. They
Mutt be sold to make romi for
.Sprink stock. A large lot of
PANTS FOR 50 CTS.
Starch. Matches, Soap, Lye, Sugar, Rice,
Plug cut Smoking Tobacco, Baking
Powder, Snuff, Ginghams, Dress
Goods, Shining and cal co at
prices that defy competi
tion in Goldsboro.
Shirts 20cents to $l.oo
Stockings, Boys' Pants, Ladie' Shoes,
Men's Shoes, Tinware, Lamps,
Lamp Goods, crockery, etc,
Everything going cheap, come quick and
secure bargains before goods j
are all picked over.
F. B. Edmundson.
'TO BUY A THIH3 RISHT,
BUY WHERE 'TIS HADE."
D. W. HURTT,
GOLDSBORO. N. O.
I have this day sold my machine shop.tcols
and stock to Messrs P. R.King & Son,who
will continue the business at the same old
I take this methed to thank my friends
and the public for their generous patron
age, and hope they will continue to patron
ize the new firm, who will do your work
promptly and at prices to suit the hard
times. Very Respectfully,
O. R. RAND, Jr.
In assuming charge of the above busi
ness, we thank Mr. Rand for his generous
words of endorsement, and we assure the
public that we shall do all in our power to
give them satisfaction, both as to work
We have experience in maehinery work
and will always keep only first-class work
We sol.cit the patronage of the public.
P. R. KING & SON.
ICE, ICE, ICE!
AT MY TENT ON WEST CEN
TRE STREET, I WILL LSELL ICE
FOR THE SEASON. SALE HOURS
FROM 6 A. M. TO 10 P. M. FREE
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED,
H. E. ROYAL.
Corrected Daily by B. SC. Privet
Wholesale Provision and Grain
Gotten 5X (e.6
Catarrh and Rheumatism
Are blood diseases. Bheumatism. is caused by lactic acid;
Catarrh, by scrofulous taint, to cieanse
the system of these poisons, take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It ministers to the needs of
every-tissue of the body, dispels humors,
acids, and all impurities from the blood,
and supplies the elements necessary to vig
orous health. This is a medicine in which
you can rely "with confidence. It has, in
thousands of cases, restored health to
others, and will restore health to you.
Frank Teson, Jr., engineer, 271 W. Fourth
St., New York city, testifies: - '-For the past
eight years I navo been severely afflicted
Mrs. Joseph Wood, West Plattstrargli,
N. Y., writes: "In 1SS7 I was seized with
inflammation of the bowels, and afterwards
witli rheumatism, and other complications,
iu consequence- of which I was, for four
months, confined to my room. The best
physicians were unable to afford ine any
relief. At last my husband procured me
two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which I
took, and found so beneficial that I contin
ued the use of this medicine, until now I am
able to do as good a day's work as any
woman of my time of life, being sixty years
old. I consider that I have been saved sev
eral hundred dollars' expense, by using
"After suffering severely for many years
from rheumatism, and almost despairing of
relief, the disease was
with catarrh, none of the many remedies I
tried affording me any relief. My digestion
was considerably impaired, and my sleep
disturbed by phlegm dropping into my throat.
My head, at times, became dizzy, and I was
troubled with ringing noises in the ears and
partial deafness. In September last I re
solved to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and began
at once to test its qualities as a blood-purifier.
I have taken only four bottles of this med
icine and am glad to testify tliat the symp
toms from which I suffered are removed."
"My son now fifteen years of age was
cured of catarrh iu its worst form by the use
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." D. P. Kerr, Big
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I have great faith in it."
D. S. Winchester, Holden, Me.
" I was troubled with catarrh for over two
years. I tried various remedies, and was
treated by a number of physicians, but re
ceived no benefit until I commenced taking
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A few bottles com
pletely restored my health." Jesse Boggs.
Ilolman's Mills, N. C.
" I was cured of long-standing catarrh by
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." James J.
Dougher, Comp. G., 13th Inf., Wingate, N. M.
"About two years ago I received an injury
in one of my knees, which resulted in my
becoming so lame from muscular rheuma
tism that I could not move about without
the aid of a cane. After suffering for some
months, being convinced that my blood
needed purifying, I began taking Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and my lameness was entirely
cured." Mrs. C. Williams, Hard wick, Vt.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me of catarrh,
impure blood, and general debility." Leon
Ilenrickou, Jr., Ware, Mass.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists.
Has cured others, will cure
for Infants and Children.
C Astoria is so veil adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Carlos Martvn, D.D.,
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promo
Without injurious medication. .
' For several yea-rs I have recommenced
your ' Castoria, and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. Pardbb, M. D.,
" The Winthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
Teh Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York.
STILL IN THE LEAD
Peanut..-. .. -
45 a 50
18 a 20
80 ft) 23
SO UTHE RL AN D'S
NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE
OFFERING BARGAINS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
G)LDS!JORO. N. C. MAY 2G '82
The -irtitrii ! Wits? i iy , .c-j
"What's the matter?" aked
Boston girl, addressiiig the '.
"They're raiding the devil in a
saloon down the street," replied the
urchin as he dashed away in the
ci ection of the disturbance.
"What i3 the matter, IMscilla?"
asked the mother of t'.ie Boston
The maidea hesitated a moment,
but only, fur a moment; her con
3:k ntiousties?, her regard for the
truth overcame the impulse to give
her parent an evasive answer and
"They are elevating Satan iu a
establishment devoted to the sale
ot alcoholic: beverages somewhere
in the vic'nitv, bnt of the exact
location of which 1 am yet unap
prised." Bojs is hawrid. That's what the
gurls etz. They doant think so
but thay sa so s. z thay wnnt git
Boys likes to have gurls think
they nr tut. I like taf bovs.
My big sister stz tufboysis the
best. She had speryunce.
I have nevnr thot of getting
married but Iv had lots uv chances.
Boys isyusful. They climb trees
and steal thiugs for the gurl thay
like best. Sicks differnnt boys eez
thay likes me best.
buris pretends tnay doant care
for boys. Gurls hoo sez thay doant
care far boys wunt -go to heben.
Gnrls mos tell the trooth if thay
go to heoen. ivii big s:stur nevur
will go to heben.
After while boys is men. When
boys git to chune tewbacka thay
ar men. .
Boys is better than men.
Money Lender ion want to
borrow 100. Well, heie's the
money. I charge 5 per cent, a
month, and as you want it for a
year, that leaves iust 40 coming
Innocent Borrower -Then if I
wanted it for two years there'd be
portance will be the Convention
of the Anti-Hill Democrats of
New York, which meets at Syra
cuse the la3t day of this month.
The Albany Convention, which on
FebruB.ry 22 elected Hill delegates
to Chicago, had every appearance
of party regnlaricy. It was called
by the State committee, dalegates
were chosen in the usual manner,
and the proceedings throughout
were in accordance with the
usual party practices. The pro
jector3 ot the coming Syra
cuse Convention insist that the
Albany Convention is nowise re
presented the rank and file ot the
Democracy of the State. They
claim that the mass of the Demo
cratic voters were in hearty sym
pathy with the political ideao of
Mr. Cleveland, and to prove their
assertions they began a system of
enrolment. The results tf this en
rolment have proved more en
couraging than the leaders had
dared to expect. Already over
6,000 names have been obtained
in jNow 1 ork city, and in t!
State 200,000 more. It is true
that this is oniy about one fourth
of the Democratic vcteof the State
but it is evidence of a party feel
ing never heard ot betore. luis
revolt against the Hill machine is
confined to the Democratic ranks.
iiiu mugwumps or muepenuenc
yoters have no hmd in it. The
full strength of the movement is
not yet developed; some time re
mains before the meeting of the
Convention, and the work of ens
rolmeut is progressing rapidly.
"It is as clear as auything can
be that one man can stop this de
termined movement to carry Mr.
Cleveland through the Chicago
Convention, and that man is the
ex-President himself, in the ab
ser.ee of a positive refusal to serve
his nomination i as certain as
anything can well be in politics.
The Democratic masses, the peo
pie who do the yoting, seemed to
have counted the cost and made
up their minds that it is Cleveland
Durham Sum The spirit of
provement here is ver
demonstrated in the tact I:
r .1 , ,i i
lore ine mti was uarGiy ar
incorporation paper oi th
Cotton Mills yesterday,
worth of stock was taken i
1 f rr .
Deiore an eiiort was i.ia.
a name. Durham
up the line for a million dolir
improvements and uew enterprise?,
in the next 12 months. Keep
your cyooa thU to;v:i, aud m itc
our prcuicnon. wo nave
passed the halt million djllar
: o ,v
improvements are n;-t i.-iychs or
newspaper puffs they h-ive
jeady materialized a:; I o:i tae wa".
Around t lie
,'orl l ia i-jx.;'iiyl)ays.
imaginary i'h la. a , i gg ',
by an American girl, -v ;io
circuit in loss than seven
lint Piiineas hud to ti,!:e
Tho fame of Dr. I'Umv.'.s cj
Discovery has gone uivuii j
ago, and left iti roeord .
precious boon t ew ry
whole world of :nj lle'.in-, ;
it lor the cure of seroful.
(which is consiLinptioii). Ci
chial tiouliies sawn d) to t
the blood is puriri-jd y it.
siffhtly skin blotches are
Don't be skeptical, a-, t:i
guaranteed to ovcry pare;;
pay lor the good you
i a e
GET ON TO A FEW OF OUR PRICES:
Shoe3 from 25 cts to .$5 a pair, worth from f 4 to $G.
Hats from 25 cts to $3, worth a great deal more money.
500 Dozen collars and cuffs from 8 to 121 cts, worth from 12.1 tc 20 cts.
White Shirts from 48 cts to 1.25.
Job lot White Shirts, size 14 only, 50 cts, worth 75.
Corsets from 24 cts up.
Clark's spool cotton, 6 spools for 25 cts. Kerr's cotton 4 cts.
Braincr & Armstrong's silk 8 cts, twist 2i. Hall thread 1 ct a ball.
Bleached goods, Sea Island goods, etc, at bottom prices.
Dress goods at reduced prices.
Tinware and crockery low down.
Table oil cloth 23 cts; North Carolina plaids 4 cts.
Buggy harness and saddlery at reduced orices.
Our unbreakable whips enly 20 cts.
Good tobacco 25 cts lb. Good coffee 171 cts, Starch5cts lb.
Soutiierland's New York Bargain Store-
OUR display of all kinds of FURNITURE is the grandest eyer shown
in Eastern Carolina. We buy in ear load lots and sell at the '
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
When you bny of us you can rest assured that the same could nobet
WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY.
Come to see us. We will convince you that you can save money by
buying of US. Very Respectfully,
R0YALL & BORDEN,
Goldsboro, EU. C.
Branch house in Fayetteville.
Under and by virtu
Superior Court of Wa
in the action of Jon;;: hurt i'e."
cum testamento aiuc-.vo eC
Bradbury decreased, s'.gaiiut .Id
ling ana others, I will sell ier c.
Court House door in Golds'r: re
12 o'clock noon, on ilon.'ui. tiie
of July lS'Ji, the land 5 dtv-r;!:.o.l
tition in sail action, silue'el
ville township, and I tsii;: i..n
by Charlotte linulyui
of the lands of Solom
registered in B -k 2S" .
the ollice of the roeisie
Having (pialilicl as :eii,n:
James Tabron, all I'ers.ur-' h . !
against said estate are it..t:;U
the same to the o iuii r.-iLne : (.
and all porous indebted t .
must make immcli te pe.yi, u.
This April 2, 1-SU2.
G. T. ; : .i
The Man of Destiny.
" That Ex-President G rover
Cleveland is the choice of the great
mass of tne Democratic party
says tne unarieston jyews ana
Courier, " is a sober tact, which
the leaders of the party may as
well acknowledge now, as it will
6oon be forced upon them in such
a way that denial will be impos
sible. From all parts of the coun
try comes the same story. The
aroused people are flocking to his
standard, and the movement in the
close or doubtful States is most
significant. If the Democrats ex
pect to change the vote or any ot
the .Northern or VVesteru estates
thev will find that it can only be
done tinder the leadership of
Grover Cleyeland, the man who
has the courage of hi3 political
convictions, and who, by his out
spoken advocacy ot the only prae-
tical methods for the relief of a
debt burdened and heavily taxed
country, has aroused the wage
earners and the great mass of the
people to a true appreciation of
the situation that confronts them.
" It was due to Cleveland's bold
course that the peoplejadmitistered
such a stinging rebuke to Republi
canism at the State and Congres
sional elections last fall. If the
Democratic leaders will but read
the signs of the times they will
place him at the head of their
ticket, and witness this fall a repi
tition of the Republican Waterloo
of two years ago. The only objec
tion that is seriously urged against
the nomination of Mr. Cleveland
is that he i3 not an available candi
date. A study of the State con
ventions shows how little there is
in this objection. In the New
England and Middle States he is
the choice of all save New York,
where Senator Hill's political
trickery obtained a snap judgment
on the party. At Indianapolis the
demand was for Cleveland, and
the same story comes from Michi
gan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and in
fact all parts of the West and Pa
The next convention of im
Teacli the children and youus;
people to reverence the office of
the minister. lie ought never to
be unfavorably criticised or abused
in their presence. It makes a bad
impression and erects a barrier be
tween them and the man of God
They lose respect for him, and
their confidence is lowered to that
extent. Many parents have des
troyed, unconsciously, their chil
dren's piety by belittling in their
hearing the character and work ot
the preacher. Let them always
welcome him to their homes, and
whether present or absent, speak to
him and of him in that way that
the children will recognize him as
a good man worthy of their love
and confidence. Then the door of
his usetulness in such a home is
thrown wide open. His visits and
conversations and prayers will be a
benediction to that household. The
peace ot God through him will
And thus it ' is that if the
preacher will do his duty to the
people and the people will do
their daty to the preacher he will
indeed and in truth be a pastor to
the flock of God, leading them into
green pastures and beside refresh
ing streams, and the Church will
flourish under his ministry.
The preacher cannot please
everybody. If he does, he is not
possessed ot much lorce. Christ,
th8 most powerful preacher that
overlived, did not please all who
heard him. A man of positiv
character is bound to push somee
body out of his way. Some one
now and then will get hurt a lit
tle. What, then, is the duty of
people who do not exactly agree
with their minister ? Is it the best
for them and the church to criti
cise him before their families and
before the community ? Not at all.
The work of tho Lord has suffered
from this kind of thing. A few inl
discreet tongues can counteract al
the good for a whole year that the
minister is capable of doing.
A faithful, helpful people will
make a faithful, helpful preacher.
Bnt if the people set themselves to
pull against all of the enterprises
projected by the preacher, his work
will be a failure. If he is thus
packed in ice the year round, there
need be no surprise if he never
a a a j :
TTiKicr r.r.ii by virl.n
perior Court ofWttyti.; I. ot
in tlio e.ise oi I. 1'. ili:l v.
i'er Company, t-t a'?, v.' -public
HUiii'ip., i.t oV ;
June (;th, 1.-'.).', at i U1' '
Lumber tou;i asy, ??
Lumber (.;u;p; e
pluniK m lis, Voy !' :; '
the tract of lane, .ittuti
less, upon which t'tit- sa.
lias been in oinTsttioa m
cond running or ivi-. ar, i ".
I 0U); totfOtiu-r we.ii i.li tl
I piivato property of the s,
! A lino . opportune. y
Lumber I'iunr. ia a : u
r. A. !A
'.''. ii. A I
May fit;!, ''.i.
Charlotte Observer ; "Capt. Ed
ward L. Gilligan, of Baltimore, has
received from the War Department
a medal ot honor lor bravery in as
6isting in the capture of the colors
of the 23rd Regt. N. C. infantry at
the nret battle ot liettysbnrg,"
The honor to the North Carolina
regiment, implied in the gift of the
medal, is as great aa the honor to
BAGGIN6 AND TIES, HEAT
MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE,
Matches, Startcli, Soap, Eic,
NEAR l'OST On-TGE.
A. G. PERSON, II.
Physician and Sureo'i,
Ollice Day, Tuesday MoiT.hv.:
Having qua'ined as ti.l
estate of '.. W. Cru-.vf
persons holding claiius s
are notilisd to pivt'ei't, t
by the lath day et' Anri!
tiec will be pleaded in b
cry. April loih, l-S'.)J.
1 a w, G w.
!, "i- thi.- no
The vie deri' tied havhig bi '.'i rp'f iirited
receivers of the Pioneer Li:uber Coi)ip:my
all persons will pay the same t n and all
persons holding claims again-t :u I com
pany are notified to file same v. iih as, du'.y
verilicd. This April 25th, S'J2.
tr. A. UAJS1KLS,
W. K. ALLEN,
4 w May 4. G eldsb.no, N
Noutii Carolina, 1 Suporier court.
Wayne ( '.ovmty,
W,T. Faireloth, et als ) Land Pale.
vs. j Ariinr'on
Wm. Hunter e'. ais. J Hotel.
By virtue of a decree i-j the. above
actioc I will sell publicly to the high
est bidder at the Court IIou?e cleor en
the first Monday in .Tune next (C;h),
that lot in the city of Ooldsboio, knoTn
aa the Arlington II ttl pre.p'ity, sila
ated in the South E:it intersection of
East Centre and Chestnut streets a"d
better dcscribel in a deed from Jno. Ii.
Smith to Jno. "Y. Thomp-oii rccord?d
in Book No. 53, page 203.
Terms One-fourth cash, S;:l;.i.ee in
one, two and three years in t n turns,
with notes and approycti sieurity. Im
mediate possession given.
This May 2nd. C. B. AYCOCK,
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