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1992. . 1892
SpringMillinery. Mrs. S. I. Griffin, Under the Messenger Opera House, Is now displaying attractive novelties IN SDrinq Millinery, Notions, Flowers and Fancy Goods, All the latest patterns in Kiboons, and the Latest Novelties in Styles of Hats and trimmings and a com plete line of Notions. o The Ladies are invited and a Cordial Welcome and prompt Attention is assured themi April 1-tf. Goldsboro IOH WORKS P. R. KifC & SON Proprietors. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Repairing A Specialty. & Plans, estimates and prices Furnished on Application. We guarantee satisfaction in every instance. p. R. king & SON. Successor to O. R. Rand, Jr. 'TO BUY A THING RIGHT. BUY WHERE 'TIS UADE." CO c a z a z a: o. CO 33 CO "0 r m CO D. W. HURTT, Merchant Tailor! OOIiDSBOBO. N. O. UOLYDSBOBO MARKETS. Corrected Dally by B. Wholesale PrriTlsion M. Privet and Uraln I COUNTRY PRODUCE. ottcn Hams Bides Shoulders . Lard 1AlH 11 12 , 9 a io 8 9 9 a io rodder o a 1 00 Corn . 60 a 65 Maal .". 60 65 Peas 80 1 00 Peanuts 65 TO Oats 45 a 50 figga 10 a 11 Rhtclcna IB a 20 rtoos Wax 20 03 22 Hidoii 5 a 6 S. h. HAWES & GO., DEALERS IN OOAL. RICHMOND, Va. May 17, lm, d. j w LAEY1B. Fine Livery in single or doule teams. Gentlemen and Ladies' saddle horses. Prompt service and satisfaction assured. Fine Hand-made Harness A Specialty. Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Whi" Har ness, Saddles, tx . Give me aii Joiiii street, hVvc Walnut, March 19 tf. GoldsVoro, N. C. Administrator's Notice- Having mia'iiiod u administrator of the estate of Jno. W. lsler deceased, al persons hoKlin ' claims against said estate are notified to present them for payment by thS VJtu uay or July, leys, or tins no tice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. All persons indebted to said estate will be required to make immediate set' tlement. uly 19, lsua. SHADE 1. WOOTEN, J a w, 0 w. Administrator. for Infants 'Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A.jrchxb, M. D., HI So. Oxford 6tT, 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 Marttk, D.B., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdale Eelormed Church. The CBKTAtr SPRING WE HAVE JUST OPENED A WHITE GOODS, In plain and checked lawn Hamburg edging, Flouncing and laces, also & Beautiful line of Ginghams We have received a full and complete line of SPRING CLOTH ING FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. -Give us a call before von make your purchaseo C- KERN .& M oney BY TllADING AT THE NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE We call especial attention lor tl we will give jou a (rood shoe for ladies, io Jace or button, and warrant every pair Wren's shoes from 25 cents a pair up. from $1.25 to $1.50. Call and examine our ladies' want solid comfort BIuAKCITARDS Shoos for ladies are hard to beat. Crosaettcs from 3 to J6 per pair. If you want a good stylish shoe cheap buy Crosscttes and you will have no others. We would bo glad to have you BEAUTIFUL As we are constantly receiving goods in that inducements and will be very glad to have retail. By the retail six spools for 25 cents, you to bear in mind that I can and wiil save VERY J. S500 Reward. WE will pay the above reward for any case liiver complaint, uyspepsia-, hick Headache, In digestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver 1111s .when the directions are strictly complieQ with, iney are purely vegetable, and never lail to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Pills, 25 cents. Beware oi counterfeits ana imitations. I he genuine manulactured only by the john c. west COMPANY. CHICAUO, ILL. Soldby M. E. Robinson & Bro. Gold- boro, N. C. PHV THE AMERICAN RAMBLER Is the BEST WHEEL OS THE MARKET this year. BECAUSE the combination or the celebrated O. & J. Pneumatic Tiro and Spring Frame makes riding on it a luxury. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. GORMULLY ft JEFFERY U'F'G CO., Washington, D. C. ROLLER TRAY TRUNK THE KOST CONVENIENT TRUNK EVER DEVISED. J The Tray is arranged to roll back, leaving the botto of the Trunk ) easy of access. j Nothing to break or get out of order. The Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy m this style is a guarantee that you will get the V strongest Trunk made. 2 If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the ) manufacturers, H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO., Richmond, Va. and Children. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, 8our Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promo"" Without injurious medication. For several years I have recommended your ' Castoria, and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardee, M. D., " The Wkithrop," 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Cohpak, 77 Muhray Stbest, Nb York. GOODs. BEAUTIFUL LINE OK aved to our line of f.hoes ; Old ladies shoes from '.$1 to $1 .23, rc gular prices spring heel shoes, sizes from 2 to 6. If you & MORROWS i- shoes for gents from f 2.50 to $ 5, goods worth examine our stock of NECKWEAR ! ; line. IN DRV GOODS .we always olrr special you call. Clarks Spool Cotton at wholesale or regular discount to the trade. Aaiu wo ask you you money on shoes. truly; 8 Ward's Tonsorial Palace Nothing succeedslike sucess : this nas been tne experience or A. 1). waid. tne liaroet since he opened business in Goldsboro. cntil he is now able to announce to tbe public that ne nas got tne best equipped aim most satis factory Tonsorial Palace in the State. All the popular Barbers of the city are n.w inployed in his establishment, proc: and courteous, as follows : JIM BATF.S. JOHN PEACH CHARLES DEf " Wm. BEST. Centmuingto thank tho public jaer ous patronaare they have extended r is since I moved with my family Goldsboro and pur chased a home here, and assuring- therathat I shall continue to exercise my bost efforts for their continuedoemfortand satisfaction in my line I remain Ver respectfully. A. WARD. At Pordham's old stand. East Centre Street Goldsboro N. C. KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29, 1891 Mrs. Joe Person, Kittr.ll, 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 tarclve bottles oi mrs. joe person s itemeuy, I take pleasure in recommending it to the public. Kespecttuny, Mrs. J. M. WHITE. c o iar,DaJ50TiO. N. C JULY 23 S92. CLEVELAND AND DILL. THE FORCE Some of Cleveland'd malicious maligners are very fertile in fabri cating charges against him, but to which he has a happy faculty of giving the lie with an emphasis that carries abiding conviction to the un prejudiced popular mind. Recently the Third party "orgin" in this State the Progressive Far mer, made, the unfounded assertion that "a vote for Cleveland waa a vote for a Force Bill sympathizer" and yet in the next breath tho same "org'n" says that the Foice bill is a farce a mere bug bt-ar: In fact we verily believe that the "orgin" would have the people, for the sake of Third party success, to believe thi.t there is no such thing as the Force Bill, although ia its puny lit tleness it attempts to besmirch Cleve land by saying "ngnt so, unit "a vote lor uieyeianct is a vote tor a Force bill sympathizer." But what does Mr. Cleveland say on this subject? He is on record in past utterances and actions against the infamous measure, but in his speech of acceptance of the head of the National Democratic ticket in the present campaign, delivered Wednesday night before an immense gathering iu New York, where the committee of notification waited upon him, he said: "We have also assumed in our covenant wita tnose wnose support we invite, the duty of opposing- to the death another avowed scheme of our adversaries, which, nuder the gmse of protect ing: the suffrage, covers but does not conceal a design thereby to pepetuate the power of a party afraid to trust its continuance to the untrammeled and intelligent votes of the American people. We are pledged to resist the legislation intended to complete this scheme, because we have not forgotten the saturnalia of theft and brutal eon trol which followed another Feder al regulation of State suffrage, be cause we know that the managers of a party which did not scruple to rob the people or a 1 resident, would not hesitate to use the maa chinery created by snch legislation to revive corrupt instrumentalies for partisan purposes, because an attempt to force such legislation would rekindle animosities where peace and hopefulness now prei yail, because such an attempt wonld replace prosperous activity with discouragement and dread through oat a large section of our country, and would mcuace, every where in the land the rights res served to the States and to the peos pic, which underlie the safe guards of American liberty." That is very well said indeed. We wish further to emphasize his clos ing paragraph. He said: "In a tone of partisianship which befits the occasion, let me say to you as eqnal partners in the cam paign upon which we to-day enter, that tho personal fortunes of those to whom yon have entrusted your banners are only important as they are related to the fate of the prin ciples they represent and to the party which they lead. I cannot therefore forbear reminding yon and all thope attached to the Dem ocratic party or supporting the principles which we profess, that defeat in the pending campaign, followed by the consummation of the legislative schemes our op ponents contemplate and accom panied by such other incidents -of their success as might more firmly fix their power, would present a moBt discouraging outlook for future Dem ocratic supremacy and for the ac complishment of the objects we have at heart. Moreover, every sincere Democrat must believe that the interests of his country are deeply involved in the victory of our party in the struggle that awaits us. Thus patriot solicitude exalts the hope oi the partisanship and should intensify our determifc nation to win success. This suc cess can only be achieved by eys tematic 'and intelligent effort on the part of all enlisted in our cause Let us tell the people plainly and honestly what we believe and how wo propose to serve the internets of the entire country, and then let us, aftsr the manner of trne Democ rscy rely up in the thoughtfnlness and patriotism oi our fellovf coun trymen. - FAVOR BANQUET. j A Brilliant Gathering of Yountr People Around the Social Board at the Hotel Kennon. Tuesday evening as The Argus man appeared m the brilliantly lighted, palatially furnished and beautifully decorated parlors of Goldsboro's new - hotel "The Ken non the prde of the city he found himself iu the midst of a galaxy of fair women and gal lant men the young ladies of our city and their visitors to whom tbe young gentlemen had tendered a "ravor banquet , which wp.s pre pared by "The Kennon's" popular and always efficient proprietor Mr. F. L. Castex, who knot's just how a banquet should be appointed and served and how a hotel should be conducted. j. ne early hours or the evening, as the guests gathered, with Mrs. W. S. O'B. Eobinson and Mrs. L, M. Michaux. as the chaperons, were spent in animated conversation, de lightful instrumental and vocal music and witty pleasantries, until the doors of the inviting dining room were thrown open and the courtly head waiter announced the banquet read v. Beautiful cut flowers and shining silverware adorned the tables on every hand, and as the guests seated themselves they found at their re spective plates delicate silvered "favors" to bear away with them as souvenirs of the delightful occasion. There were thirty-two couples in attendance and it is needless to say that all "went merry as a marriage bell". The following is the iivciEirsr o XT BOUILLON. SPRING CHICKEN ON TOAST. Ham Sandwiches, Candied Ginger. LChicken Salad. Salmon Salad Iced Olives. Vanilla Cream, Strawberry Cream. Tutti Frutti Ice. Almond Macaroons, Wafers, Perfection White Cake. Gold Cake Walnut Cake. SALTED ALMONDS. Fruits. Nuts. Candy. Coffee. Cheese Straws. THK IiOUD CALJj OF THE HOUK. Wilmington Messenger. Twenty-five strong Alliance mem bers withdrew from the Scotland Neck (Halifax county) Alliance when it adopted the St. Louis plat form. A special to the Richmond Dispatch say 8 : "Two . prominent Alliance men said this morning that a man can not be a member of the Alliance in this county any longer without be long to the Third party, for the adoption of the St. Louis platform makes the Alliance and the Third party one and the same. One said the only vay to save the Alliance in the State is to haye a diyision in the State meeting, and clean out the order and let the lines between the Alliance and the Third party be tightly drawn". Every day makes it more appar ent to us that the disorganizing feel ing is wide-spread and more threat ening than most people apprehend "They cry peace, peace, when there is no peace". Men we meet from other counties, and letters all give us so much intelligence as to the disintegration threatened, and the necessity of such a campaign as has never been seen in North Carolina even surpassing in yigor, zeal, indus trv and a determination to win the ml memorable and dashing campaign in 1876, of Zebulon B. Vance when he routed the Radical hordcand saved North Carolina to the Democracy. There is greater danger or all of our information is at fault. When the Third party captures the Alliance in an old negro county like Halifax, as it did last Thursday, it looks as if things were getting badly mixed, it not severely rotten in that fine county. Then look at the largest county in North Carolina and the most populous Wake. Right at the headquarters of the Democratic party-and under the shadow of the State Capitol the Al liance ia captured by the Third party, and more than half of the Alliance deserts to that new party of isms and experiments and negations We suspect that other comities ad joining Wake are in as bad a politi- dal condition as our native county is, and yet the cry you will hear and t is nothing but a cry there is no danger, North Carolina is safe, all is sereneJ County Congressional Convention. Pursuant to the official call, and following the county primaries of last baturday, the Democratic County Congressional Convention met in this city yesterday for the purpose . of selecting delegates to the District Convention, which convened in Scot land Neck on yesterday. 1 he convention was called to or der and presided over by the county chairman, Mr. 1. F. Dortch, and Mr. J, M. Wood was made secretary. It was a regular old-tasnioncd, enthusiastic, largely attended, har monious Democratic convention, and many who hwi grown indifferent and wavering were won l-o.c!i and made strong again in the " faith of our lathers . it was a most en couraging and gratifying conven tion, and the following are the dele gates elected : Goldsloro Jno. W. Bryan, N. O'Berry, A. J. Harrell, W. C. Man roe, C. J. Nelson, II. Weil, Jno. C. Bardin, Henry E. King, I. Fuchtler, M. J. Best, F. A. Daniels, J. E. Robinson. orJetbro Howell, B. 1). Hooks, W. F. Rose, J. R. Kennedy. Grantfiatn's D. A. Cogdell, J. A. Stevens W. K. Grantham, J. F. Cox, J. B. Kennedy. Sauls X Roads II. J. Sauls, L. D. Hooks, J. A. Bogue. Fremont J, Tv Hook?, Wm. Ricks, Dr. R. E. Cox. Great Swamp B. F. Scott, J. G. Floars, Juo. B. Hooks. PiJccviUe Jesse B. Thompson, J. T. Starling, J. P. Jmith, W. B. Fort. Stony Creek N. J. Smith, J. D. Howeli, M. J. Ham. Providence W. II. Jinaett, Dudley W. B. Bowdeu. Jit. Olive D. J. Aaron, J. R. Hatch, J. II. Lof tin, W. P. Hall. Indian Siirings Edw. Holmes, J. W. Edwards. White Hall Vim. Holmes, Wm B. Whitfield. New IIoj)c Owen Holmes, J. M. Wood, Thos. Sutton, Dr. M. W. Parks, W. P. Whitley, Eli Sasser. Saulston J. E. Parks, G. C. Rackley, J. B, Gardner. Appointments for Democratic Speak r . ers. Hon. Elias Carr and Ex-Gov. Thomas J. Jarvis will address the people at the following placer; WmtevilJe, . Uolumbua county. Monday August 1. Maxton, Kobeson county V cu- nesday, August 3. Dallas, viaston county, jfriday, August 5. Lincolnton, Lincoln, county, Saturday, August C. Shelby, Cleveland county, Mon day, August 8. Kuthertordton, Kutherlord county, Tuesday August 0. Marion, McDowell county, W ed nesday, August 10. The Hon. J. U. Scarborough will address the people at Lexington, Davidson county, Saturday, Auj gust 6th, Dons. Ock Coke, Ucmocratic candidate for Secretan of State, and J. C. Scarborough, Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, will address the people at Statesville, Iredell courrfy, Tuesday, August 9Lh, and at Carthacre, Moore county, lucs- day, Augst 16th. Hon. G. ii. Ay cock, Democratic candidate for elector, and Hon. Oct Coke, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, win ad dress the people at Kenausviilc, Duplin county, Monday, August 1st, and at GiddenBvilie, fcamp?on county, Tuesday, August 2nd. H?n. U. B. Aycock will adorcsB the people at Winton, Hertford county, Monday, August Sth. Additional appointments will be announced tomorrow. F. M. Simmons, Ch'm'n. R. H. Cowan, Sec'y. Democratic papers please copy. They Are Here ! o- CLEVEL VND -AND- STEVENSON Campaign Hats! GOOD QUALITY. GET ONE AT H. Weil & Bros., 80, 82. 84 and 8G, W. CENTRE St. CLOSING OUT. For the next ten days my remaining stock of Flouncing, Hamburg and Em broideries will be closed out at greatly reduced prices. JOS. EDWABD3.