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t i "This A.BSU8 o'er tha people' .frights Doth an eternal vigil keep; No soothing strain of Maia's son Can lull its hundred eyes to sleep" GOIiDSBORdv N. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1892. VOT,. VIII. NO. 75 J 1 ?- LOCAL BRIEFS. Mr. Frank B. Edmundson is on a isit to hia mother in Oxford, N. 0. Mrs. Lawrence Washington, who has been visiting her parents in Maryland, returned home yesterday. Mr. Joe Rosenthal, who has been on an extended purchasing trip north in the interest of his firm Messrs. II. Weil & Bros. has returned to the city. It is worthy of note that there were 25 counties not represented at all in the Third Party State Conven tion. Put that in your pipe and smoke it you claim-all Third party gabbler. THE date of lion. Adlai E. Ste yenson's appointment to speak in this city is now fixed for September IV. Goldaboro wijl pe Qqe pt six places hi the tate at . whip Jj Stevenson will speak. The Executive Committee of the Cleveland and Carr Club has ap nninted the following committee to receive and proyide for the Demo r.rM sneakers who will be here Saturday. Aua. 27tb: Messrs. I. F, yjortcb, os. E- ftobjngpn and Hepry Tttu death of Mrs. Boone, an el- .Wlv lad v. whose husband himself is on invalid, occurred yesterday at their home in this city, in the iittli ward. Her remains will be taken to I jfintqn 'this moping fas interment. She was 'a member "of 'the Baptist Got.dsroro will be throneed onl Thbre waa couBiaerablfe concern Saturday to witness the unfurling of I in these parts yesterday 4 the non . i i l . C r- I .T. ... i 1- I J tJC , 1.1 the large portrait Danner oi uiev;-i appt-jM-suue oj. uv. mium on iue and and Carr in national colors, anal streets, it was feared of tnose wno to hear Carr. Jarvis. Mason and San- are "setting for him" that he had derlin, who will speak here on the J succeeded in Becming that earnestly occasion. It will be a gala day, audi sought for and solicited physician s verybodv is cordially invited and everybody, we believe, will be here. Ox theeth day of August begin- mg at 10 o cleo&a. m. sharp, an ex amination bfe-i -those from Wayne countv who desire to enter the In dustrial College for young lauies at Greensboro, N. C, will be held by Mr. uurch. The county Democratic; conven certificate to the effect that he was physically unable to bear the strain of tha canvass," and, that he was at home in his "rurai villa rusti- : r ir ll t . : i -c . uttLiiig. . ur, TTjitLU riitni.& i'juui will have ample time to rusticate l after the November election. In the meantime, the Doctor is needed in the campaign. lie ia the stronp'JI the County Superintendent of Pub- the Democratg hflTe in the Stale; ib Instruction at his office in the court house in this city. Wednesday at llocky Mount our esteemed townsman Mr. W. H. Hug- gins and Miss Margaret Bullock were united in the holy bond of wedlock through and they propose to trump" the Third party with him on every stump. Sher The death of Mre. Nannie ard Ham, wife of Mr. Ruf us occurred at their home on The happy pair passed street in this city Saturday morning. here Wednesday afternoon ;n the 31st year of her aee. leaving a e t ' l ii ! II I . ' . " . . - , . , - - Ham; John The State Third Party Con- guager, for Auditor! : vention Put Dr. W. P. Exum at the Head of their Ticket. negro delegates and Radical offscour- informed npon the botany of North ings and turn-coat Democrats and I Carolina as any of hia con tempo office - hungry what-vou-mav-call-l ra"e8 an he was also unusually thems, that nominated Dr. Exum for well informed upon the history of Governor on their ticket, and Tom ?f,!e!11. nd PTrticu T r j- i t I Mwiy iw military niBiory. UC W88 Long, the ex-Radical, ex -Revenue isxu nu- -- ' i nu aiuoub a ui Lii vjhiiimiiihii imm Well, well! Read the report of the convention for yourself in an other column in this issue, and in due time we. shall say oar say again. THE DANGER OF NEGRO RULE. "Go?." Em Has GourwsSL ti lt is the Supremest Burlesque of all History Everybody in Goldsboro Smiles in Passing or Meeting, enrouie for Beaufort, where they will heart-broken husband, four children epend some time and then take up and a wide circle of lelatives and their abode m their handsome resi-1 friends to mourn her untimely de denee In this city. The Augus I mise. She was a consistent member wishes them all happiness and pros- 0f Salem Methodist Church, from pcrity. I which her funeral was held Sunday Aut , ,f fhe ,,i,wt moxning.atyi.iO c ock, Iftejnter, urnm jl vuv 1 mant una mart a ;n tho famlla hlll. colored landmarks pf WWW , oc- hhSt Pn'jfd 1?tlii8 PdftJt M& U near I&bkV Mill. Th Abgc otAunt i.ucy yerett, - tenders It. aincerest condolence longed to tne Everett mm ,, mat Wjaved family and sorrow ing ones in tne sad visitation that has been sent to them from , Him before the war, influential in this V - LI.. - 1 section, out wnicn now who IB too lofing to ttkind d and largely thinned by death "Aunt iw to erli ft Vrhoge house are those tion is the next thing otpolitical in- ii: t T- Voo nnf hoen ViJl11ed vet. Leieob. xi io,v j This is as it hovHd be. Uiye t iQfrl jiflP" ft chance to recent a get back in J,he'fo(d and affiliate with h. aa irif vor'e in our county conven- i j -tion. THE Executive Qomniittee of the H. and O. Club has appointed the following committee 'to provide nnoaker ir ataud and maKe Qtner ar rWo-emehts for the speaking Satur dav: Autr. 2'J'th: Messrs. N. Q'Berry; I. S. D.iSauls andK. E. BizzelLThis mittee is earnestly requested to eet at the office of Allen & Dor ten p-jay (Wedne8day at i o clogk. Hb is not 'ffixed up" entirely yet Mr. Sol Einstein, in his gents' furn ishing store, next door to Griffin's corner in the Hotel Kennon, but he is getting things in attractive shape and is receiving new goods every day. His fine display of hats, so ar tjgtipally arranged, is yery ijiuph, adr Wired, ' The great event of this week, en gaging the attention of thousands throughout this section, is the pole raising and flag unfurling that is to come off in this city on Saturday. It , will be a gala day indeed. Mpt eVerybody V going o be iere and 'Carr. j"arvis." Masdn and Sandfcrlin are croincr to speak. A'' cbrdial invi tation is extended to all, and every body is urged to come early and stay all day. in the years gone, wdre affluent and section, but which is now scattered JLucv was oyer SU years oiu. ana ner funeral was larirelv attended yeiter dav from the coiorea metnoaist Church at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. A big crowd attended the Demo cratic speaking at Seven springs Friday, where Beddlugfeld and Woodard spoke. It was a regular iubilee. Back-sliders were reclaim- Webster's Weekly. What is the situation in this State. The vote of 1888 was: Fowle, 147,925; Dockery, 133,475, community. making a maiority of 14.350 for Fowle. Now in boyhood, and did much for the State in peace and war. We do not intend to give a full account of his character or career in this brief notice; that will be done elsewhere and by competent hands. Bat we should fallv far short of justice, and deny onrselves a satisfaction if we failed to say a special word as to Dr. Wood's Christain life and work in this He was one of the most devout and humble Christians ROUS jpenlpcfatuS every white Republican in the State goes over to the People's party there will be about 126,000 negro votes left- Take 86,000 yotes from the Democratic party, ' . . I that ever lived in Wilmington, and me oveui lUHl ho shnnruH hia iaitV, K? 1 wuwnvv. u.D Ac ill vjj mo WVIU, congratulates the !of North Carolina urtoh 4he notrition of Dr. W. xixum, oi this county, oy the 4mra" " "" i" " luamcs vnurco, ana entered Party State Oonye$tio,u in Raleigh ras their candidate for Governor of North Carolina. .It is the suprem est burlesque in all the annals of the negro party goes in. Every sane man knows that only a small per cent, of the white Republicans will leave their party. The mas which were abundant and fruitful. His piety wa3 an nnostentations bnt active and earnest force, which was felt and cordially recognized by all with whom he came in con tact. He was a member of St. into rest with as calm and confident trust in God's promised to those who believe in His Blessed Son. Wilmington Star. many mansion, prepared tor who love Him and keep His - com. mandments. She was one of these, Ohk hundred and thirty Confede rate veterans, sutler (ionjmand of Col. i, M. Allen, of Asheyille, re turning from encampment at Wrightsville, arrived in this city on the early train Friday morning ed and etraightouts were made stron-J and were royally and gladjy cnty ger than ever for the fight. Already I tained by the Goldsboro jftifles dur- we naye got ne tfi4tti-jvpo liag tneir ne-OTer nere awaiting w the run, and so sick--oht so skip, that I outgoing of the 4 o'clock, p. m- "Gov." Exum was actually seeking j train for the West. An elegant and importuning a physician in this dinner was spread for them in , Ar- ... " -a . . 1 1 1.1 a .1 r -r w i . . oitv vesterdav to give mm a ceruu cate to the effect that he is physica nimble, to bear the strain of a State canvass. Columbus Day Proclamation. State o Noeth Cabolika, i Executive Department, f At a meeting of the Department of Superintendence of the National .Educational Association, recently held at Brooklyn, N. Y., Hon. W. T. Harris, United States Commis sioner of Education, presented the er criticism to say, that the three ser mons were of great power; beautuui in thought, elegant in dictjo.n? earn; egt and eloquent " in delivery. The treatment of his several textg was scriptural and exhaustive, and there was an entire ia ck oi tnat cruueueta, UUlllttuli jvuiij; - for him great efficiency n sef ul- history, and is peculiarly enjoyed by jority will remain, even if they the people of this county, who know (have to submit to negro rnle. So Dr. Exnm, bq well. He was placed division among the white people of liv nomination by Mr. "Dal," Hardy the State can only result in negro of this city. Great applause and rnle. The negroes will not di prolonged laughter. vide. Their leaders see their op- It ig an old adage, we believe, and portunity and will improve it. The iaf somewhere written .that "a prophet negro yote can be solidified in a day. ia Ar ' wlfliAiif. mprU. flavA in Viin A toot of the hnm hv tliftir lflftileral Preame ana resolution: own county?' which is generally in all that is necessary. W. want aJSOoSSSS interpreted, thatsometin.es a man tho white men of NorthCarolma to Exposition has made a patriotic sng stands a chance where he ia not think, about these things. We gestion that at the same time that known and this is why Dr. Exum want them to decide whether ortne Exposition grounds at Chicago not they want to be ruled by a" ? aetu?atea on October alf . J. 18&2, the anniversary of the disco v- the motly gang who are in control ery of America, all the people of the of the Republican party oi North United States unite in a celebration Carolina. Do yor want that set to of the anniversary ; of which cele- squanderyourtaxeDo you want b,ratio.t Public fhola of he ij t a -o n Republic be everywhere the centre ; wuu uiuniuugo x"uom'1 I therefore, ' Republican party to pop! ''Resolved, That the Department their whips over yoti? So overo of Superintendence of the National bearing, insolent and insulting EducaUonal Association heartily en- , i... , dorse this suggestion, as serving the have the negro politicians become parp08e botg of interesting the that white Republicans like Rus- youth of the Republic in the Expo- sell, Argo, Folk, Robinson, Mott sition, and also of giving to the and others connot stand it. Yet f.ubllc 8C.hools of nation fit- nr w r ii ting prominence as the fruit of four we see men like Mr Marion Butler centuries of American life", and Col. Harry Skinner leaving Now, therefore, I, Thomas M. the Democratic Darty and trying Hold, Governor of the State of - It...il n - n noi-anan nt.WR tn do an wbfin it J-Nonn Carolina, in w f succeeded in getting the Third Party nomination for the first place on their State ticket up at Raleigh. But before the Ides of November Dr. Exum will be known through- imory ilau, ana tney were tn recip-out tne lengi and oreautn oi jxortn tho gang drove Judge Russell -.j it.uu u. eye j i-u" .u' uaronna ne wm maen : out of the Repubii iUtJir iuinj, :S?mcu uun tn the people will not want the same was appreciated by them. I!. . ' - . They cheered Cleveland, oitr. the him for governor and consequently Rev. A. H. McArn3 f WUson, Goldsboro Rifles and the ladies of will not vote for him, tie has gone preaghedfar the Presbyterians of I Goldsboro, and wound np with the J West now to begin his boom. this city on last Sunday morning and eld fashioned regulation "Rebel I nr Exum is a man of wealth: ac- evening in the church in this city, yell." The Abgus took the poll of cording to his own statement he car- town, and it is but the words of sob- six ; T m T ann at iWwmi strfti.rhtnnt.iin. ne8 arouna oiteS fts wuuaa compromising Democrat, and hd 1 thousand dollars on his person as never heard of um: jmere pocket change, not to sneak of his resources in re- Asuual Failure. 8erve-such as twelve hundred Keitanbville, N. C, Aug, 19.1 bie3 Qf cotton brought over from Argus:. The Republican . - nrtxnM nt nthpr twfinfcv-nve r-- -t--rt-, j . - j There will be a grand rally a snpfiial and important meeting of the Cleveland and Carr Campaign $l'ub ef Goldsboro township at tha ..pourt HoWin this "City Thursday night. Every Democrat, without any exception or excuse, is earnestly urged to be in prompt attendance at 8:30 o'clock. Come promptly at the ringing of the Court House bell Let not a man be missing when the y& 13 palish Mp. T. Mossitt jee, of the editor eial staff of the Clinton Democrat, is in the city. The Democrat, of which Mr. Fleet Cooper is editor-in-chief and Maj. W. A. Johnson is business manager, is now a f nil-pledged week lv. 24 columns. It is brim full of undefined Democracy, and furthers ils cause with truthfulness, forceful ness and courage. Long life and success to The Sampson Democrat. Its subscription price is $1.50 year. j TCESPAT, at the home of the bfife'8 parents, Air. and hts, D,, H. Bridgera, on Chestnut street, in this city, at 2 - o'clock, p, m., Dr. J. B. Kennedy, of Grantham' township, and Miss Kate Bridgers, who has a wide circle of admiring friends, were united in the holy bond of wedlock, Rev. M. H. Tnttle officiating. The happy pair left in the afternoon for the grqqm's home, where a snmpt nous repast awaitgd them. The Aequs wishes them abundant happi ness and prosperity. :. It is with sincerett regret that we chronicle this morning the death of Mr. Jno. nenry Sasser, of the Salem chureh section' of this county, which occurred Wednesday morning 10:JO o'clock, at his home near fccottSTiue, in the 54th year of his age, after a lingering illness. He was a most excellent man in ajl the relations of life; a kind husband, 'a loving faih. er, a faithful proyider, a genial friend an accommodating neighbor: the home will mourn him, the com munity will sadly miss him. He was for years a consistent and valued member of the Methodist church. His uneral was held Thursday after-1 reetipg, . noon at 3 o'clock trqra-tne nome. i uur uiub iowu The first instalment of Confede rate veterans, returmngv from en campment at Wrightaville, passed through this city xnursday going WeBt, to their homes among the mountain counties, There were 116 pf them and during the four" hours ' ' i ' ti sojourn- in tuiu uity tucjr accordance with is plain to all that every yote drawn adopted, do hereby recommend that from the Democratic party serves Columbus Day, October 21, 1892, to advance the interest of Cheat- be observed as a general public Snrely ' these j school holiday throughout the State reflect npon the! Qn th - t,. R . made a signal failure, as the crowd oua particularize, a fabulous yoke I confequences involved in their than three centuries ago, the first was small, lhey tried to get a brass I - - flaf Mn n Aa nnn nnnndn step. Will they not reconsider and I child of all the English-speaking . X U i-1 ; .1 I W. WU VUdH v I 7 I I. . . i ri i . 11 I i I 'II- F 1 z ' 1 Tl neip Save lUO DlHW liom tUO Ullgutiuuniuua auiciMa noa uuiu band to play for them, but the said band declined, with the assur ance that neither love nor money would cause them to make music for men who were opposed to Cleveland and our other noble Democratic lead ers. With best wishes for The Argus. ' Yours truly, .. ' . Duplin. Dr. Exum, himself, is a man strength a modern Milo, who just a little less strong than son. He can lift a. thousand pounds with his own weight on top of it of negro rule? was Sioath of Dr. Thoe. F. Wocxl. It is our sad duty to-day to chronicle the death of one of the most distinguished physicians and J country. With so much wealth and so much I one of the best men in North Carol! It is fit and proper that the children of this commonwealth should renew the patriotic vows of their illustrious ancestors, and begin the fifth cen tury of American history with an act oi devotion to their common Thomas M. Holt. Pikeville Liettcr. strength the Doctor can readily meet all the ilp.ininds of his Third Party mi a 1 7W i7nff,r. li. constituency, and, therefore, theper- Perkins returned home Wednesday Pyxing question of eanpajgri fund from High Point, where they haye been attending the Frendj yearly continues to im- We see that Mr. J. D. Smith is erecting a two-story dwelling - on Goldsboro street. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith, of Wil mington, who have been visiting rel atiyea here, return home Qatar day, Mr. J.J. Warrick, of Grantham's werei township, who has been spending a m, ixr , fit . t na. ur. 1 nomas r. wooaoiiniacity passed away yesterday about 2 o'olock. p. m., and the announce ment of his death was received with Bin cere sorrow by this entire etc, eto. etc., is a.t once settled; community as it will be where The Doctor he can pay the bills'." ever he was known. And yet, we But to come right down to real venture to say, that accompanying eriouss consideration of the Third every expression of ii I ULLcrcUi IUU1C Was aMUirUOI W bUO Party State Convention and ticket they have put out, headed by Dr Exum, itot-Iladica.l8Radicali8m in. ts halniest days of supreme sway over the destinies of North Carolina. It is made up this ticket is of some of the very Radical thugs, few days very pleasantly with friends I that in those days, that "tried true men's souls," were in league with the recipients of all possible courtesies from our hospitable I in this seotion, has returned home. citizens; they were given an eiabo- we ao c Know, dui irom tne oest we neffroes and carnetbae harpies from ticed his protession in this city ever rate dinner at the St. James Hotel, can learn, we imagine ue win come i T . ';,,, fe,:!, , isfifi.. H rIbo kent -abreast which they seemed to highly enjoy again before long. I "r"1..: T-ratniAnth and fully appreciate, and the, Whpt ihw become of the Woodland and into tnis gang, as arere "YicVe. and was filed out the diwug room Mr. d no crumosr , leader, w nose purpose is to disrupt - , an accomplished and W. Edwards was on hand with a , Little Miss Rena Masaey, daughter and de6troy the Democratic party, "set up" of cigars for every man. of Mrs. W. K Pike, is, we are sorry um'haa one, whQ um atood -Trui.-rrlriS .innnln ill ntirn TAVAV I w - h.wb.v..wv r - l n.i-V. na t in hi fa DnnromoAV on ft n.nAfiftina,a ,n T n n By the Governor: S. F. TELFAIR, Private Secretary!. In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State, at the Capitol, in the City of Raleigh, this the 8th day of August, 1892. NOTICE. By virtue of a decree of; the Superior Court of Wayne county, rendered at Jan nary Term, 1893, in the action of R. Kor negay vs. Nancy Wade, I will offer for ssl o tn thfi liiffhftst hiddp.r. for sh. nn mington, and was 51 years of age, Monday, the 12th. day of September, 1892, having been born in this city on tte Court House door in Goldsboro, at i no i q . '1Qi, 13;0 o clock, p. m., the lands described in the 23d day ot X ebruary, in 141. tUc complaint in said action, being a tract He was Assistant Surgeon of the of land in Brogden township, containing: Third N. CI. TWimont dnrinc the I eight acres, known a the Kobert Wade " -rt- . I..i7, w T late war, and has lived "and prac-1 This Aner. loth. 1892. effect that it wag well with him in the world to which he has been transferred. Dr. Wood was a native of Wil- The poll of the crowd was taken aslto learn, ser to how they stood on pontics ana out of the 116, only 4 expressed themselves as favoring the Third party. , nrh fp.r : the Yeerans! While resting t-hemielves at i the court yard 't under the shade of the trees,'' they were regaled with a J. F. H. with us for white supremacy and I the nntrameled rights of Southern I - At .. ". . i- men. as aeainsc tne encroachments II dOD COUiq WUnefiB tne PCrfllSl-1 l a.v;;nrra nA licfranigAmontg throw up the eponae, and acknowl ca.n prty, with the power of its vora- highly enjoyed and well timed speeph I edge himself knocked, opt of thelciftns greed and sectional hate. ln Af Tf ' A Danisla - I What a mnTnt.inn tVint. wjm ,nf practitioners in the country.- - He edited the If. C. Medical Journal, and contributed many valuable pas pers to it and other similar .peri odicals., as well as to tne newspa pers on general subjects, especially in the line of biography. He was a diligent and careful . student of botany, and was perhaps aa wlPQct : -POE-- BA6MNG AND TIES, MEAT MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE, Matches, Startcb, Soap, Etc. GO TO DORTCH. Commissioner- , .LATHAM & CO. NEAR POST OFFICE. '