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iliinery. Mrs. B, I. Griffin, Under the Messenger Opera House, Is now displaying attractive novelties IN Spring Millinery, Notioivs, Flowers and Fancy Goods AH the latest patterns in Bibbons, and the Latest Novelties in Styles of Hate and trimmings s nd a com plete line of Notions. The Ladles rc invited and a Cordial Welcome and prompt Attention is assured tthorn", April 1-t.f. Goldsfooro 1 P. R. KlUO & ' Proprietors, -DEALKUM IN ALL KINDS OF Misery It Minn; Supplies Repairing A Specialty. O Plm?, estimate and prices - Furnished on Application. We guarantee satisfaction in every instance. P. R. KING & SON. Successor to O. R. Rand, Jr. 'TO BUY A TBSHO BISHT. BUY WHEBE 'TIS ME." CO c m CO - m CO o z o z cc 0. CO D. W. HURTT, Merchant Tailor! GOLDSBORO. N. O. UOLiDeBOKO MAItKICTS. Corrected Daily by 15. Wholesale Provision SI. Prlvett and drain 2 503aler. COUNTRY PKODUCE. nttcn ? &4 Ham.i . .. H 1-' Sides 0 & 10 Shoulders 8 9 Lard 9 & W Fodder 90 1 00 Corn 60 & 0" Meal 60 65 Peas EO 1 00 Peanuts 65 70 Oats 45 a 50 K(f 10 a 11 Thicl ens. 15 a 20 Eees Wax 20 66 22 Hldeti 5 a 6 S. li, HAWES & GO., DEALERS IN OOAL. RICHMOND, Va May 17, lm, d. J W. LAMB. Fine Livery in singkr or doulc teams. Gentlemen and Ladies' saddle horses. Prompt serviceand satisfaction assured Fine Hand-made Harness A Specialty. Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Whip, Har ness, Saddles, Etc. GIVE ME A CALL, John S reet, abova Walnut, March 19 -tf. Goldslmro, N. C. Notice I ; Having qualified as administrator of the estate of H. W. Crawford, deceased, al persons holding claims against said estate are notified to present them for payment by the itii day ot April, lsua, or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. April 15th, 1892. JAS?? M. WOOD, law, 6w. Administrator.' 1892. Spring SMi 4 Trav for Infants and "Castor la la so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Auchkb, M. D., Ill So. Oxford StT, Brooklyn, N. Y. " The us of 1 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 Makttn, D.D., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church. Th Cistaub OUIi display of all kinds of FURNITURE is the grandest cyer shown in Eastern Carolina. "We buy LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES When you buy of us you can rest assured that the same could nobet bought cheaper. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Come to see us. We will convince you that you can save money by bnyinp- of US. Very Respectfully, ROYALL & BORDEN, WestCenJreStreet Goldsboro, ft. C. Branch house in Fayetteville. STILL IH SO UTHE NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE OFFERING BARGAINS IN GENERAL. MERCHANDISE. GET ON TO A FEW OF OUR PRICES: Shoes from 25 cts to $ 5 a pair, worth from $4 to $6. - Hats from 25 cts to $3, worth a great deal more money. 500 Dozen collars and cuffs from 8 to 121 c.ts, worth from 121 to 20 cts. WJiite 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. Drainer & Armstrong's silk 8 cts, twist 2-J. Ball thread 1 ct aball. 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 only 20 cts. Good tobacco 25 cts lb. Good coffee 17J cts, Starch 5cts lb. 7 n?"37" Tin-CL.X-37 Southerland's New S500 Reward. WE will pay the above reward for any case Liiver complaint, uyspepsia, oick Headache, In digestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills.when the directions are Btnctiy coaapnea wiin. iney are purely vegetable, and never lail to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Pills, 25 cents. Beware oi counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactured only by tub johh c. west COMPANY, CHICAOO, ILL. Soldby M. E. Robinson & Bro. Golds boro. N. C. WHY THE AMERICAN RAMBLER Is the BEST WHEEL ON THE MARKET this year. BECAUSE the combination of the celebrated 3. Be J. Pneumatic Tire and Spring Frame makes riding on It a luxury. TRY IT AND BE (.'UNVlNgfcD, Send for Illustrated Catalogue. G0RMULLY & JEFFERY M'F'G CO., Washington, D. C. ROLLER TRAY THE MOST CONVENIENT TRUNK EVER DEVISED. The Tray is arranged to roll back, leaving the bottom of the Trunk easy of access. 5 s ) ) e) ) e) ) ) TRUNK Nothing to break or get ont of order. The can be lifted oat if desired, and to buy this style is a guarantee that you will get tne strongest Trunk made. . If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the manufacturers, H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO., Richmond, Va. Children. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms', gives sleep, and prqmpt" eestion, . . Without injurious medication. For several years I have recommended 5 our ' Castoria, and shall always continue to o so as it bag invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardee, M. D., The Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave,, Hew York Cwy. Compakv, 77 Muhbav Street, Kw York. in car load lots and sell at the THE LEAD ULAN D'S York Bargain Stoie- Ward's Toxisorial Palace Nothing-succeetislikesucess: this na& boon the experience of A. I). Waid. the Bacliei since he opened business In Goldsboro, cntil ao la now able to announce to the public tlmt ne nas got ine Dest equipped aiv! most satis factory Tonsorial Palace in the State. au tne popular uarbers or the city are inployed in his establishment, proc -i and nourwou8, as rouotfrs : JIM BATEH. JOHN PKACK CHARLES DEF Wm. BEST. cenunumgto tnanK tno public jer- ous Datrotiaire thev have oxtended fainnfi I moved with my family Goldsboro and pur chased a home here, and assuring- them that I shall continue to exercise my best efforts lor their continuedcemfort and satisfaction in my uuu i reuinm yer respecxruuy. A O WAHTJ. At Fordham s old s and. East Centre Street Goldsboro N. c. KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29, 1891 Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: Dear Madam As I have been cured oi a malignant case of ulceration of the nose produced by catarrh, by the use of twelve take pleasure in recommending it to the public. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. WHITJS. Ghfldfen Cry for. Pitcher's CStOrliL m4 1 if ' .f I I E I I I t I 1-k III I II II Vb G')DSHOJsO. JUNE. Cominonnement Exercises of the Mt. Olive High Scliool. The commencenient exercises of the Mt. Olive High School last Tuesday wf-s opened with prajer by 0. F. E, Kornegay, ksq., whose fervent and appropriate words of appeal to God for continued blessings were well chosen and full. After which our Cornet Band played one of their choicest selections of music. Miss Carrie Smith, of Raleigh, then came forward with a speech of welcome, and acquitted, nerseir in a manner highly commendable. A short, but appropriate, intro duction by Prof, J. ). Smith, when the Hon. Geo. T. Sanderim delivered the- annaul address, taking aa his subject, " Teachers and Teaching ", or ' Honor to Whom Honor is Due". It would be impossible to do this distinguished gentlemen and orator justice to even undertake a synopsis of his masterly address. From the beginning, his language was of that high order that attracted and engaged- his hearers, and from the store-house of ancient and modern thought, he brought to view and comprehension such an array of word painting, gems of poesy, fruit ful messages or wisdom, interspersed with scintilations of wit and humor, as it has never been the pleas ure fcf the writer to hoar on such an event. It was the meeting of the man and occasion. He showed the great work being done by the teachers of to-day, and the manner in which they both mag nify themselves, and the high call ing they have assumed ; and he stimulated his hearers to a higher conception of education and the urgent need of cultivating the mind aud heart so that we may be abreast of the advance movement now being made by all who realize the changed conditions that are being made mani fest through, a change of environ ment and interest, The temper of his masterly speech was such as to give a more hopeful view to the advent of progress, and his words, if heeded, will multiply to fruitful advantage We are assured that his audience were entertaiued to the highest de gree, and do ioin me ir. thanks to him for the great pleasure of listening to his burning words of eloquence and wisdom. We know that it was ' bread cast uvion tne waters mat win return after many davs At the conclusion ot the audress, Miss Minnie Lee came forward with a choice boquet of flowers and pre- sented thorn to Dr. Sanderlin, who very eloquently thanked her for this testimony of appreciation. ' Prof. Smith also came tor ward and in a very earnest manner thanked the speaker for the pleasure and stimulus given him by the power of his address, promising to put forth still greater ettort to build this Institute to a higher standard of excellence, and asked the earnest co-operation of the patrons and friends. The audience were tnen invited to the "Art Gallery" occu pying one of the rooms in the build ing. This room was filled with the work of his scholars, who had all joined to see what could be accom plished, by ettort at art witnout any previous training. It was the uni versal verdict that the- talent dis played would have been creditable to trained hands. The character or the work was well chosen and admir-. ably executed. In addition to this display was map drawing and such other work of like character that wa3 done during the term, without even the knowledge of the pupil that the principles had an idea of exhibiting their "work. Should the scholar hae known ttnac n was tne intention to make this display, the difference would have been more striking, though not as great a test of the work as this method demon strated. This display will attract favor able attention at any place, and no scholar who contributed to the "gal lery" need feel ashamed. There was also a display of needle work, and cooking, which was praiseworthy. The exercises on Tuesday night consisted ot dialogues, recitations and musical selections which were highly enjoyable. On Wednesday morning at 1U o'clock, the annual debate took place before a very large audience, who were not only entertained but greatly surprised at the tact and talent dis played by the young ladies and gen tlemen who participated, bumect ltesolved, "That the servile condi tion of the laboring class demand immediate national laws for . their protection." I should like to mention the name of the participants but space for bids. There was among the speak- ers those who are entitled to special mention, but for fear of giving of fence will desist. It is enough to say 'that talent of a high order andpow- era of oratory wa3 manifest in t we . N. C. JUNE. 10 '892. young ladies who could not fail to have impressed the audience with the rare gifts they displayed. Though the question was decided in the affirmative, it was unques tionably the property of the nega tive. The Weduesday evening exercises were longer than the night before, but of the same character. A large and appreciative audience greeted the school and all were pleased. Thursday evening was devoted to a social gathering of the young peo ple who assembled al; the school building to enjoy the fleeting hours, in words both retrospective and prospective. Thus closed one of the most pleasant of our commence ments. Prof. J. E. Smith has been elected for another school term and will bring to bear greater effort to make this the banner school in the State. He has all the energy, application and faeuity to make a success, and we feel assured he will gam the ends aimed at, He will devote his vacation to visiting among those who have children to educate, offering superior advantages with low cost. lie will also add to the faculty should the patronage warrant him. 1 cannot close without mentioning the superior worth of Mrs. Lizzie C. Davis, who reigns over the Interme diate department. Her scholars dis played remarkable advantage, and it was apparent to all that she was in her proper sphere when teaching. She is a zealous and efficient in- structor and gives general satisfac- tion. The music under the charge pf Mis3 Blanche Blackwell, while noteworthy, was not a test of her ability and qualifications as a teacher, having charge of that de partment only two months. From what was done by her scholars and her growing popularity Prof. Smith made no error in securing her as an instructor. She is a teacher of Art, bearing the highest testimonials. The depression in finance which is felt so much in the entire South, make3 the home school the more important, and to stimulate educa tion and render it more effective, perfect and profitable, a good pat ronage is essential. The urgent importance of educa tion i3 too manifest to argue. He who does not grasp the opportunity is hopelessly ignorant or dumb to appeal. D. J. Aakox, st. Ijouis Demands Merely Deferred, The President of the Farmer's Alliance, who edits the Clinton Can casian, announces in the last issue of his paper that a.."majority of the Alliance" favor the Government ownership of railroads, steamboats, telephone and telegraph lines. But, he adds, that "it was decided that it was not best for the State and the cause ot retorm to demand that much in this political light". It will content itself this year with only forcing "the Ocala Demands" he says. That means the Sub- Treasury scheme, the graspin bankrupt Government now borrow ing money at from 6 to 5 per cent, to lend money at 2 per cent, to one class of needy people the farmers, Now let all the other needy classes lock hands and "demand" some of this 2 per cent, money to aid them also in their impecuuiousness. This is not a class country, lhe farmers all along have been denouncing clas3 legislation. Were they sincere in this ? If so, how can they ask for class favors for themselves ? Will they not agree that all other classes have auite as much right to the privileges and blessings of the Gov ernhient as they have ? Will they be selfish ? So it is Ocala now. The Presi dent of the Alliance serves this no tice : "In the meantime the organi zation will go on with its campaign of education on the St. Louis de mands". That is, the Alliance is in favor of the Government owner ship of railroads, etc., the extremest centralizing, strong government, des pptic demands known to American parties and political history and will make the fight after the next election on that extreme measure, tbat is only worthy of a people who have already- lost their liberties. It may come to pass yet that Demo crats and Republicans may have to get together to save the country from the rule and ruin party of im- practicables. It may yet become a necessity that the two old parties shall lock shields in opposition to financial cianks and revolutionists who seem bent on destroying the Re public. When the Government is threatened to be transformed into a regular huge pawn-broker's shop and into a Strong Goyernment des potism it is high time for the pa triots of the country to combine for its salvation. We hear it a3ked as to President Butler's intentions as to the Chicago Convention nominees. Ic is said up to date he has giveD no sign of any purpose to abide by t he action of that convention. He may support the Democratic State ticket or a part of it, but many think that he will stand by his friend Polk and St. Louis in the National fight. We do not pretend to know anything about it. Wilmington Messenger. UESOLUTIONS OP RESPECT. Adopted by the Youn People's 1cm perance Association of Stony Creek , Wayne County, N. C. Whereas, ,in the inscrutable proyidence of almighty God, " whose ways are not as man's way3 and are past finding out," Benjamiu Frank lin Johnson has been removed by death from our midst and from the j-. x. j.. iv. uj. otony ureeK which he was President, and or V. HEitEAS, we deem it meet and proper that some formal notice should be taken of his decease by reason of his many excellent per sonal habit3 of character and his service to his association, not only as a member but also as Presi dent, an office which ha most faith fully filled for years previous to his death, now we, the Y. P. T. A. of Stony Creek, do Resolve, 1, That we hav? heard with profound regret of the death of our beloved brother and most vortny i-resiuent. a. t . Johnson. 2nd, That while we deeply deplore oui loss in the death or our Presi dent, we bow in humble submission to tho will of Divine providence, and feel that we have sustained a great loss in our association: ; -' 3rd, That in his death the Y. P. A. of Stony Creek has lost :i faithful friend and zealous worker his church a warm supporter, the community a member whose exam ple is worthy of inntation,lus father an obedient and loving son aud his brother and sister an affectionate and devoted brother. 4th, That we rejoic e at the beau tiful Christian record he has lett us and trust that the influence of his sweet Christian spirit Tnay linger with us many j'ears to come. 5th, That we, the Y. P. i. A. of Stony Creek, hereby tender our heart-felt sympathy to the family nd f riend3 of the deceased, praying that our heavenly Father, who uoeth all things well, will tak care of and comfort them. 6th, That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the minutes oi" our order, and copies oi same lie sent to the family of the deceased and also furnished : the Gold.i:ox.o Argus for publication. JNora T. Smith, Committee. Naturalists say th?.t ii singlo swallow will devour six thousand flies iu a day. Decoration Day was appro priatcly observed throughout tho length ot our great land. C. II. Seymour, a Cleveland merchant, died from a small cut in the face, inflicted by his barber shaving. The recent high waters along the Ohio and Mississippi river hava left thousands of fish in the smaller streams. Professional Card. A. G. PERSON, M. D., Physician and Surgeoa, Fremoxt, X, C Office Day, Tuesday Morning -'--ZFOES BAGGING AND TIES, MEAT MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE, Matches, Startcii, Soap, Sic. GO TO- HRQWN, LATHAM k GO. NEAR TOST OFFICE. Oct. i; Notice. The undersigned having V-oeii appointed receivers of the Pioneer Lumber Company all persons will pay the same to us, and ail persons holding claims against satl com pany are notified to file same with is, duly verified. This April 25th, 1892, F. A. DAISIES, -p0 ,., W. It. ALLEN, lvcct u B 4 w May 4. Goldsboro, N. J fdotice of Sale- Under and by virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of Wayne county, N. C, in the action of Jonathan Person adm. cum testamento amexo of Charlotte Bradbury decreased, against Jas. T. Star ling and others, I will sell for cash at the Court House door in Goldsboro N. C, at 12 o'clock noon, on Monday the 4th day of July 1892, the lands described in the pe- tition in said action, "situated in I'ike ville township, and being the lands drawn by Charlotte Bradbury in the division of the lands of Solomon Bradbury, aiv.l registered in Book No. fJO page 2(i J, in the office of the register of Deeds of said county. JONATHAN PEARSON, adirf Notice. Having qualified as administrator of Jauies Tabron, all persons holding claims against said estate are notified to present the same to the undersigned without delay, and all persons indebted to said estate must make immediate payment. This April 2, 1892. G. T. IVASSOM, Adriir.