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P . Ui.lttHKi) iiV JOS. E. ROBINSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Enterei at the Posttijflce at Ooldsboro, .Sr. Second Ulnss Matter. "-OLDSBORO. N. C, AUG. 18, 1892. t3T f hr A kg us seeks to be a reliable paper for the people and the family Democratic and b -"-trine to discuss no issue wherein the people! rights ar at stake. Progressive, abreast of the r we snail al ways endeavor to keep our edi torial and local columns up to the day and hoar. Our circulation is rapidly increasing, Li wo hope to soon have the largest ciroula- on of any paper in Eastern North Carolina, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Wheeb. there are gay twenty or thirty Beparato&udj disconnected manufactories 4n iven line of production, Hb OBoiiipaiition . be tween them in the market is in the interest of consumers. And this is not all. The competition between these Separate industries for need ed labor is ihthe interest. oCJabor ers. -On the other "r band, -when these -separate . manufactories be come as one through an organized truetj'the interests both of consum ers and of laborers inevitably suffer, whiletbe trust, -by ' virtue of ite tariff-protection Jrjgm- foreign com petition, and its complete mastery of the domestic situation, flourishes like a green bay tree- -Down with the tarifft'nd-'-dawfl will-go -the trust. FOR PRESIDENT ! G ROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. for vice-president: A, E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR governor: ELIAS OARR, of Edgecombe. for lieutenant-governor : ,R. A. DOUGHTON, of Alleghany. For Secretary of State: OCTAVIUS COKE, of Wake. For Treasurer: DONALD W. BAIN, of Wake. For Auditor: R. M. FURMAN, of Buncombe. For Sunerin'dt Public Instruction J, C. SCARBOROUGH, of Johnston. Says the Baltimore ..... An interesting featoe ef.the presiden tial skuatron is tbefact . that .'Mr, Cleveland carrbe'lted this iyear. without the six votes of West -Vir- gi n ia;; provided ne blda- the other States he carried Xini 1884; That year he'recetvedl&retes' aeainet 182 for Blaine, 201 being necessary for a choice. i : iThia i year 223 votes will 'be- required - to : elect. The States carried by Cleveland in 1884 have gained by the' new apportion mentBeven electoral -votes.as fol Iqwb: ' Texas,11 2,a and Alabama, ArkanBa8,'"GeorgiaMissburi "and New Jersey, each 1 These added to the 219 v6te8 Xf 1884, will make 226, whicH along with four' votes from Michigan will give zou, or seven More than required." For Attorney-General : FRANK I. OSBORNE, of Mecklenbuig. For Judge of the Twelfth District : GEORGE A SHUFORD. For electors at large: CHARLES B, AYCOCK, ROBERT B, GLENN, For Congress, Second District, F, A. WOODARD, of Wilson. The Australian ballot system in Indiana this Fall will disturb the calculations of the Republican boodler?. Dudley, Steve Elkins and company will find it more dif ficult now to manipulate "Blocks of Five" than they did n 1888. What is the difference between contracting for laborers in Italy or Hungary to work in American mines and manufactories, or ems ploying them after they come here, Einca they are coming anyway in ample numbers and supply? What is the difference, we ask, to the American laborers whose places they take and whose wages they reduce? - Thb Norfolk Ledger saya well that President Harrison, as the manager of his own campaign, is not free from the worries that usu ally beset those who ' assume this position. Up to the time of the convention- it . must be confessed that he managed' his forces with ereat abirty, but since it cannot be said that his political path has been one of roses. Among other Ihings calculated to prey up on his sensitive nature, the great difficulty in securing a nationa chairman must have exercised him sorely. -Then-agaia he bas been unable to explain to Piatt's friends why1 he did not keep his promise which they allege he made to give the' ex-Senator a seat in his Cabi net. So the Dudley crowd claim thatvhe knowingly availed himself of the blocks of five" bnsiness,but turned his back on the originator after be reached the White House; they wish him to explain. And 60 it goes' with the Clarkson crowd, the Quay crowd, 4he Millcr'crowd and others of ' minor importance. The President has many things be" sides mosquitcs to keep him awake these August nights. " it be a good harvest for Skinner." His remarks did not reach the level of hu argument but were simply rant and noisv sound. It was nut much else but "Skinner" all the wav through, with "I did this" and "I did that." He ranted much about what. he done, and what the "Demo cratic party had for years promised but failed to do. 'The colonel reached the point of showing the utter heinouaness of his character when he6tood on tip toe and shouted that from "boy hood his sympathies had been with the masses," and expressed great ove fur the "downtrodden farm ers," that he "had rather be with the common people and go down with them" than to receive the homage and plaudits of others, Ac- Great J npiter ! lust as it the people cf Pitt countv did not know that all the "love" Col Skinner has over had for the masses and the "common people" was measured by what he could extort out of them ! What one man lias ever defrauded more ot the; fanners of Pitt county than Harry Skinner? How manv farmers are- there to day who will testify that lor money borrowed from him they had to pay from 25 to 35 per cent, and in some cases even as high as sixty per cent? The secret of Col. Skitiner'a Third party enthusiasm can be told m fewer words than he tried ' to tell it in that speech. There are people who read the lieflector who are familiar enough with the Scriptures to know that woes are pronounced against the man "r putteth his money to usury . ;l; the Colonel has been overtaken by some of the woen. How he stands to-day ia no hidden secret, and he perhaps speaks more truth than is intended when he says, "I feel the financial depression as much as any man". His god is money and having lost the art of former days he is how ready to make any sacrifice of principle or manhood if by so doing he can blind the people and by their suf frages be raised to power and afflu ence. But the Colonel's little game wont work. Tlia talents and gifts might be used in a batter and more worthy cause. Mr. E. A. Moye also responded to the call made upon him. llewas menta, killing a setting, hen and I bursting all her eggs, and breaking the window .lights in the darkey's cabin.-. It it s-iid the c !ored citi zen ' wife thought the lime had COHH Concord Standard: Mr. R. B. White, ol No. 1, tells us of a ' big tree that stands on the plantation oflr. F. A. Archibald. It is 17 i feet in circumference and hot more than 50 feet hitrh, in January. 1858, its limbs would shelter fifty horsemen, but in that month a big ice stripped it of the beautiful limbs. Salisbuay Herald; While- out fishing with a party Tuesday. Lank Tnw..C sarin v n lln fklr I. n n t V and having no love lor the reptile, ne promptly dispatched it with a stick. The si! a ke was over four feet long, and something unnsnal about its phape arrested Lank's at tention. Investigation revealed the lact that the snake had been feast ing uih n one of its own family. It had kiUd and t-wallowed another black snake which measured three feet in length. "W LINE OF CHAMBER SUITS OF E ARE NOW RECEIVING A COMPLETE Prices from $15 to 8225.00. PEii SUIT. Norfolk, Wera .it Washington DIRECT LINE. TRY-WEEKLY TRIPS. la order to Dak t more convenient and economical use of the vessels now employed in the North Carolina service, and thus to Belt r Serve the Interests of Shippers, - !i Clyde Line and Old Dominion Steamship ..niuany nave concluded to merge tneir re- -. olive lin.s between Newbern, N. C, and Norfolk. Va-. into one line, thus Riving pas sengers and truck shippers three trips each week between Kewttcr? and Norfolk via Washington. See our $15.00 Suit of Solid Ash before buying. Cuts Sent upon application- ROYALL & BORDEN, until NO ADVANCE IN RATES. On and after Monday. Julv 4. 1892. further notice, the Steamer Newliera, Capt. Soutliiate Stealer Enola, Capt. Boyd, AND SterAltaarle,Catfofies Will sail from Norfolk. Va.. "for Newbern direct,- every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri day, 4 a. in., making- connection with the At lantic and worth Carolina . Kailroad and the water Lines on Neuse and'Trent rivers. Returning, will sail from Newbern for Nor- ...ii. 1 r .. xi .....i.. nr . i i . . .. i i." - j expecting the Call ana W88 loaded at J2 nr., (noon) making connection . . - ... . Unvfnlb. nrith Ilia I ll.l Ta jna tor the Occasion. lilS Dc6t triendS for Baltimore. TheClyde Line, for Philadel- were surprised, not at his endorse- RhjvS lilhS. 'rlZ ment of a Thil d tarty, but Were I for Providence and Jtos on, and The Water uut uicuucu iu uciicic tuai tie va., thus giving an an waicr route to ail u ii ,i. ti j j . I Northern and Eastern points. uuuiu ulloi oucu uuwuiiujr tt- uuc Also connection made with the C. &0. R. 6picable sentiments as fell from hi8R-.and n.& w. r. k for the west, UPS. Jd.18 speech Was hot With Passengers will find a good table, comfort- "... . . 1 nnmmnmfl ftiin pwpr i-nii rrnci nnd orrAntinn Our nrnnnifte and nasion. demaffO r - -i r - tr r-i ism all the way through. It was an effort to array class against class, excite the prejudices of the masses against all other professions and callings in lite. If such utterances are to be the keynote of the Third party cam paign in this county we deplore that its to descend, to such a low plane. But those who wish to in cite such feelings in Pitt county will receive through this campaign Republican success means the Force Bill; Republican success in this State means the utter ruin of our State. Democrats of North Carolina, white men of North Car olina, pause on the threshold of this dire calamity and consider well and calmly what yon are dol ing. When yon help by word or deed the efforts to regain the ' Re publican supremacy in the South, you lend aid, innocently it may be, but you lend encouragement nev ertheless to the bitter enemies of every interest you hold dear.' What would be thought-of ' a farmer who should boast that lie consumed all his own products? This is exactly what the home market Republicans say this conn- try mupt do in" order to prosper, What a farmer consumes of his own products is loss, as compared with profit, and the same is true of States and nations. Wealth comes to nations as to individuals, from the sale or barter of surplus products products not consumed by the producer. FROM HIS OWS HOMF. Wbat the Greenville Reflector Has to Say of Col. Harry Skinner. The Greenville Reflector, publish ed in Col. Harry Skinner's own home, and a paper with a Democratic soul, and with the fearless courage of its convictions and of the truth in all things, has the following to say of Mr. Skinner's recent departure from the Democratic party, .It is a scath ing arraignment, but the facts therein" set forth have long been familiar knowledge with the people generally: . "The Third party conyeatiou here on the 30th of July .brought about one result that' will be helpful to the Democracy of Pitt county: The Democrats now understand - the en emies-they will have to fight in this campaign. - Certain men have at last - unmasked themselves and the public can now view them and judge accordingly. Tney;tnave placed themselves squarely in line with the Third party movement, and as is well known, nave been secretly agitating such thing for the past several months. One of the men who addressed this meeting ' waa none other than Coli Harry Skinner, . the gentleman who has been feigning such beautiful Bilence, thinking that no one knew what newas doing oi-" w herd "he was drifting Wrth'Bwich. pomposity of manner ne-8pOKeTjr"Bme-&uie, and no doribVVwAfle'&edld'' not titter it, j this feeling was uppermost in his mind: - 1 am monarch of all I sun. vey, I haye sown some seeds of discord in Democratic ranks and may will bo paid them by the officers. uroer an goons, care ot . N. ec w. lirect Line, iNorroiK, va. S. H. GRAY, Agent, New Born. N. C. FebJ2. d-tf . Notice. North Carolina, ) In Superior Wayne county . i Court. J. V. Hill vs. The Pioneer Lumber Company. To Dewey Bros. Geo. W. Dewey & Bro., G. A Griswold, Mrs. Susan G. Hall, W.Ji;. llill, Mrs. Atna JAiclts, Stephen Graham, Miss Florida Crr, Mies JNoney u j-kk: i.n kaiT n m nnt!til I vJaTT, J. it. oarr, am. uonn uavis, lhos, um.us .u. Brown, J, B. Oliver, Wm. House, A.J. to.' - Barfield. Wilson Reaves. Toler & Mitch f , Mnro Tv.orJ tl,o n nKl naKi'r. I ell, W. C. Swifr, D. W. Kelly, Goldsboro siaiemeni mai -a voie ior vrrover ettj i. B. onvielle, Holmes & Watters, It. Cleveland meant to the people "W. Hicks, Chas. M. Whit'ock, Giles alavorv nrnru than noorn elavorv " I Murchison, Baltimore United Oil Compa . . J . . . '. I nv TTnrv Distnn fe Snns norlll fr. Wa. Ania state: eirt was euuer maue iu ters. Wm. Post Machine Co., E. & B ignorance or with the purpose of Holmes, R. Koruegay, R. J. Southerland, dpppntinn. Whilo Mr. Mrwp.'n III. W. McKmne, i'. JU. Jfearsall, J. K. r J I fiitl, TI T A omi W V. A ornr, T T cujuuracy u iur ume uluc umui Aaron , Glen Cove Machine Co., and all to a certan degree qccstionable, other creditors of the Pioneer Lumber Co manv were loth to believe he would notice (Qlosing out 3ale- prove the renegade that now marks him to the partv under whom h at this time ho'ds ofBe. Pursuing! the course upon which he is going, if he has the honor and self-respect tnat he Bbould possess ne will re- sign his office, and not hold a gift from the Democratic party while at the same time he is doing all in his power to break down , that party. The Reflector is not alone in this santiment, but hears it gen erally expressed that if Mr. Moye will not support the party that elected him to office and vote for its nominees, he oversteps the bounds of self-respect to remain in the office in which that party placed him. The Democracy not only of Pitt connty, out ot the entire btate, is to be heartily congratulated that by the final settling to the Third Pursuant to an order rendered in the above entitled cause by His Honor Henry it. Bryan, you and each ol you are hereby notified to appear at the next term of the Superior Court to be held for the county of Wayne in the city of Ooldsboro on the 12th day of September, 1892, and show cause, if you have any, why you should not be made parties to the aoove entitled cause and bound by the orders and de crees rendered therein. You are furthdr notified that at said term F. A. Daniels and W. R. Allen, re ceivers of the Pioneer Lumber Company, will nle their report and will ask tor in struction as to the distribution of the mon ey in their hands. C. F. HERRING, j. a. . . wayne uoumy. aug.ll-4w. NOTICE. G thing Bv virtue 'f a decree of the Superior 1 Court of Wayne county, rendered at Jan uary Term, loua in the action ol it. lior- negay vi. Nancy iVade, 1 will offer for sale to tne nieiiest Didder, ior casn, on Monday, the 12th day of September, 1892, at the Court House door in Uoldsboro, at 12:30 o'clock, v. m., the lands described in the complaint in said action, being a tract party of these two men it has got-1 of land.in Brogden township, containing ten ridden of two cases of Simon pure Jndas lscanot nypocracy, so far as politics is concerned, and no regrets will be expressed either at their going or at the inevitable defeat and oblivion which is before them. . Yadkin Valley Jfetos: During the thunder storm Tuesday after neon lightning struck a clothes line in the yard of a colored citi. zenofDobeon, tearing it To frag- eight acres, known aa the Robert Wade place. W . l . uuiiiva, This Aug, 10th, 1892. Commissioner. Administrator's Notice- Having qualified as administrator of the ootntA nf .Tno. W. Isler deceased, all nersons holding claims against said estate are notified to present them for payment by the 19th, day of duly, ia3, or this no tice will be pleaded in Tbar of their recov- rv. All persona indebted to said estate will be requited to make immediate set tlement. Jury i, ihsw. SUADiS X. W OUT J , 1 a w, 6 w. 4dministrator. Immense redactions Made in Prices. H. WEIL & BROS. Suits THE LATEST DESIGNS. West Centre Street, Ooldsboro, N. C. reat 1 Ml!