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OUR display of all kinds of FURNITURE is the grandest eer show in Eastern Carolina, We buy in car load, lota and sell at the Turnip - Seed LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES .TUSTERECEIVED. MILLER & SHANNON, Atlanta. Ga., June 2d Mv six-vear-old son has had a terrible sloughing serofula ulcer of the neck for three Years, attended with blindness; loss Qf hair, great emaciation, and general nrost.rat.ion. Physicians and various bloo remedies were resorted to without benefit. The TSTpw Atlanta Medical College treated him for three months, but his fcondition grew worse I was urged to try the efficacy of B. B. - and to the astonishm-nt of myself. friends and neighbors, one single bottle effected an entire enre. Ulcers of the neck entirely healed; eye: sight restored, and the hair commenced growing on his head. I liv at 241 Jones street. Atlanta, and my boy is there to be geen. FRANK JONES. When you buy of us you can rest assured that the sain e could notbe bought cheaper. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Come to see us. buying of US. We will convince you that Very Respectfully, you can save money by ROY ALL & 30RDEN. The following , poem ia considered a literarjr gem. .. The origiuaLis found in an Tnsb MS, in Trinity College, Dublin. There is reason to think that the poem was written by one of those primitive Christian, bards in the reign of King Diarmid about the year 554. and was sung or chanted at the last grand assembly of kings, chieftains and bards eyer held in the famous hall of Tara. The translation is by Hie learned Dr. O'Donovan Like a damask: rose you see, Or like a blossom on the tree, Or like the dainty flower in May, Or like the morning to the day, Or like the sun, or l.ke the shade, Or like the gourd which Jcnah had, Even such is man, wh-ise thread is spun. Drawn out and out and so is done. The rose withers, the blossom bl"S8teth, ; The flower fades, the morning hasteth, The sun seta, the shadow flies, The gourd consumes, the man he dies. Like the grass that's newly sprung, Or like the tale that's new Degun, Or like the bird that's ht-re to day, Or like the pearled dew in May, Or like an hour, or like a span, Or like the singing of the swan, Even such is man, who lives by bream, Is here, now there, in life or death, . The erass withers, the tale is ended. The bird is flown, the uewHjscended ; The hour is short, the span not long, The swan's near death, man's life is done. Like the bubble in the brook, Or in a glass much like a look, Or like the shuttle in a weaver's nanu, Or like the writins-on the sand, Or like a thought, or like a dream; Or like the gliding of the stream, Even such la man, who lives oy Dream, Is here, now there, in life and death. The bubble's out, the look forgot, The shuttle's flung, the writing blot, The thought is paat, the dream is gone, The waters glide, man's nie is done. Like to an arrow from the bow, Or like swift course of water flow, Or like that time 'twixt flood and ebb, Or like the spider's tender web, Or like a race, or like a goal, Or like the dealing at a dole, Even such is man, whose brittle state Is alway subject unto fate. TV oOTwvxr'a cli ."it tliA flwl anon BriAnt Tbe time no time, the web soon rent, The race is run, the goal soon won, The dole soon dealt, m t'ns life soon done, Like to the lightning in the sky, Or like a post that quick doth hie, Or like a quaver in a so;ig, Or like a journey three days long, Or like snow when summer's gone, Or li&e a pear or Ufce a plum, Even such is man, who heaps up sorrow, Lives but this day, and dies to-morrow. The lightning's past, the post must go, The song is short, the journey so, The pear doth rot, the plum doth fall, The snow dissolves, and so must ajl, The pqetfca legend that the swan sings as His dying. J. W. Messer, Howell's Cross Roads, uneroKee county, writes x waa afflicted with chronic sores nine years, QHTJ WQ. and tad triecl many med tJUlX) CiO iotnjs and they did me no good. I then tried B. B B., and eight bottles cured me sound and well. oney BY TRADING AT THE NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE DEMOCRATIC RALLY. A Gala Day and en Educational" Pre sentation of Political issues at teven Springs on Friday. We call especial attention to our line of f -hoes i -gnor $1 we will give : ou a good shoe jor ladies, in ace or button, ana warrant every pair Children's snoca irom 2D cents a pair up. -jju uia tuws iram ,i w niuurtirnxi Have You a Daughter to Educate ? Then let us send you the Catalogue of JJortojk CqUege for Young Ladies. The larest, cheapest and best, equipped ephopl irTidDwater Virginia, f 300 students, 23 teachers. Our motto is, " The best advantages lor the least ex oonse." A refined, elegant home, with home comforts and training. Arts of self -suDDort a specialty. Application should be made early, ps we were compelled to refuse 40 last fall from lack of room. , Address J. A. I. CASSEDY, B. S., Principal ftug'l-dwtm, from f 1-21 to f 1.50. want soli 1 comfort Call and examine our ladies' spring heel shoes, sizes from 2 to 6. If you ELANCHARDS ..& MORROWS Sho.s for ladies are hard to beat. Crossettes shoes f qr gents from $3,50 to $5, goods wortB from f 3 to ffl par pair, li you want a good stylish shoe aheap buy Crosscttcs and you will have no others. We would be glad to have you examine our stock of BE AUTIFUIi NECKWEAR I As we are constantly receiving goods in that line. IN DRV GOODS .we always offer special inducements and will be Very glad to have you call. Clarks SpooJ Cotton, at 'Wholesale or retail. By the retail six spools for 25 cegts, regular discount to the trade. Again we ask you you to bear in mind that I can and wiil save you money on shoes. On Friday there waa a grand rally of Democrats at White Hall and Seven Springs. The speaking was under the dense shadows of the oaks n ar the far-famed Springs, Mr. E. C. Beddingfield spoke first, and from an Alliance-Democratic standpoint, we doubt whether there was ever a more effective speech de livered in North Carolina. .After a some what hasty general review Qf the different parties and the candidates .National, &tateaou Congressional he began what he called his Alliance eihortation . He held dd a little black book.- which the Third party, he . said that he did not know Dr. Exnm and did not know whether he was there or had any kindred or friends there, and, therefore, would not say anything aboot him. He would, however, tell of a man who lived in Wake county, who was a hunter and liked to tell about hja exploits. This Nim rod, he said, told once that he shot a turkey in the third valley, that is, there were two hills between him and the turkey, and that he 8hot nine wing fuathers out of the tur key's tail and put three buckshot in his right t e. Now, fellow citizens, said he, that man unfortunately is dead, or there is no doubt but that the Third party would have nomi nated him for Lieutenant-Governor by acclamation. It is needless to say that the crowd saw the poiat and &3nt up such a roar of langhter as had not been heard around Seven Springs in a long time before. In answer to an inquisitive Third party man, he Baid that the Pro gressive Farmer had pasted an en dorsement of his and Gov. Carr s in dorsing a "tariff reform" resolution to an "ownershipof iailroada" resolu tion and published it as genuiue. He saia he had charged the managers with this falsehood, and their only excuse was that other papers lied. Mr. F. A. Woodard, candidate for Congress, spoke next, and his speech was manly, vigorous, lucid, con vine ins- He began by saying that his and the people's interests were one; that this wa3 his home and it was their home; that all lived under the same sunny skies in the same genial clime; that his woe was their woe, his weal their weal, and their woe his woe, and their weal his weal. That every impulse of his heart must needs prompt him to study their in terests, promote their welfare and avert their dangers. That while' he did not pose as a practical farmer. that he was, in fact, a farmer, for all that he bad been able to accum ulate since arriving at man s estate had been invested in the farm. He knew too well the story of their hardships, and he felt that with common aims and common griev ances, with a State government and Democratic representatives in Con gress in sympathy with their every want.auu responsive to their every de mand,there was no cause for division among the white men of the State, and every incentive for them to stick together: And pledged himself, in case he should be elected, of which he had no doubt if the white men of the district would act together, to do evervthing in his power, as within the range or legislation pos sibly, to right the wrongs under which ws all in general suffer. He was strong on the inequalities and injustice of the tariff, the mi quities of the Force Bill; and traced in rapid review, the errand out lines and magnificent proportions of the character of Grover Cleveland. How he had stood aa a solid wall against the encroachments of the enemies of our institutions, and especially of those of the South, and had labored with Sampsonian strength tc pull down the strongholds of the fn Barons. On the silver question he only insisted that in the coining of the metals a North Carolinian's dollar's worth of gold, shall be equal to the Nevada mine-owner's dollar's worth of silver. And that until this could be accomplished that the seignorage f rom the coinage of Bilver, shall go 0- the government the whole people- and not to a few mil- West, minis- rators.,. , The same old gang, save those who were shot or hung, are again conspiring to get possession of the government next vear. Woe to them!, for. the loyal host will crush them forever out of all possible dan ger of such a'misfortune to our com mon country." Un the 10th of July. 1888. and the other extracts Jwhich we have previously published were quoted on Weayer in the national House of Representatives by his colleague, Mr. Henderson, of Iowa, and in reply to the reading he said: "I have no doubt that I uttered. if not the words contained in the ex tracts read before the House, woids equally as forcibly and substantially similar. 1 nave nothing to take back with regard to my course on the issues that arose out of the war." It is fashionable to characterize such publications as these as Dem ocratic lies," but unfortunately the proofs in this case are beyond all sort of questions. They are contained in a copy of the Congressional Record of July 11, 1888, which is in the Observer office and which can be Been by anyone who cares to exam ine it. CJiarlotte Observer. ter, horn and reared in the rural dis Notice. :4 VERY TRULY. North Carolina, ) In Superior Wayne county, f Court J. F. vs, The Pioneer Lumber Company. To Dewev Bros. Geo. W. Dewey & Bro., Q. A Griswold, Mrs. Susan G. Hall, W. E. Hill, Mrs. Atha Hicks, Stephen Graham, Miss Florida uarr, miss jNoaey flarr, J. H. Carr, Mrs. Conn Davis, Thoa. fcowri, J,, B. Otliver, Wm.' House; A. J. Barfield. Wilson Reaves, Toler & Mitch ell. W. (J. Swift. D. W. Kelly, Goldsboro Oil Company. John Slaughter, B. M. Fiv- ett. I. B. Fonvielle. Holmes & Watters, R. W. Hicks. Chas. M. Whit'ock, Giles & vrnrp.hiann. Raltimore United Oil Compa .-. r Tien rv TViatnn & Sons. Godell & Wa &. Wm. Post Machine Co., E. & 'B Holmes. R. Koruegay, R. J. Southerland: H. W. McKihne, F. L. Pearsall, J. R, Smith. D. J. Aaron. W, E. Aaron, J, D. Aaron. Glen Cove Machine Co., and all other creditors of the Pioneer Lumber Co., notice: Pursuant to an order rendered in the above entitled cause by His Honor Henry 11. Brvan. vouand each of you a e hereby notified to appear at the next term of the Superior Court to be held fjr the county of VVavne in the city of Goldsboro on the 12th dav of September. 1892, and show cause, if you h ive any, why yoa should not be made parti s to the above ent:tled anae and nonn by Uw orders and de crees rendered there' n. You are fmthdr notified that at said term F. A. Daniels and W. R. Allen, re ceivers of the Pioneer Lumber Company, ill file their report and will ask for Th struction as to the distribution of the mon ey in their hands. u. . nairvrvLxsi, C. S. C, Wayne County. ug.U-4w. ' ' all the Alliance men recog'eu as liorjaire mihe-ownera of the the "Alliance Kituai ; ironr mis ne That Qand, the son of a react tne aumoaiwyu me iuinsu-Ine- officer, which is delivered to eveiy candidate who seeks admit tance to the order, in which he is assured that the obligation which he is to take will in no sense interfere with his political or religious belief or action. He then read the obliga tion, in which there is not a word to bind any man to any party alle? He then, m a tew eloquent S500 Reward. WE will pay the aboye reward for any case JLiiver complaint, uyspepsia, bick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pillswhen the directions are strictly complied witn. i ney. are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Sugitr Coated, arge boxes, containing 30 Pula.25 cents. Beware oj counierieits anu iiiiuiuunti. i uc gsuumc manufactured only hy T?r$ johk c. west COMPANY, CHICAGO, H,. p-iance. ie tnen, in a and 8cathin,g remarks, held up the kruuii-ois an A flpnpit. of the Third , - W ar . TQS? 11 PWaCe I pkfty leaders who teach their follow tricts, away from the centralizing in influences of the city.had not an im pulse or emotion that was inimical to the country people from whom he had sprung. He alluded to the scarcity of mon ev; said, that before the war North Carolina had $44,000,000 banking capital and now had only $18,000, 000; that the Democrats favored the repeal of the ten per cent tax on banks of issue, when we could return to our old system, and issue money DR. EXUM TALKS. On motion of Col. T. B. LoDg, the thanks of the convention wore tendered chairman Butler and Sec-, retary Denmark. There were calls for "Gov. Exnm" to get up and show himself. He took the plat form and said he was very grateful for hia nomination. He was badly strung. He said he had been placed here in his weakness andcalled on the convention to support him in the strength.He would be the "first governor the people had since he could remember." He intended to make wholesale removals if he got in and make the broken down politicians take a back seat. He knew there was plenty of speaking ahead of him and he would upt hold the party's banner. It all pulled together there would be such a victory as was never seen in North Carolina. At this Mr. Ce V TT -w-v 1 a . oern l. Xiarria tossed ms nat in the air. A speech was made by Mr. Cobb, the nominee for Lieu tenant Gov. and he said every man here was conservative and liberal. At 12:30 the committee ap pointed to wait on CoL Skinner returned and reported that it could not find him. But Mr. Butler, made an announcement, vouching for him. THE NEGROES. In the same row of seats with the Cabarrus delegation sat four black negroes from Vance county, headed by Allen P. Eaton who persisted until he succeeded in seconding the nomination of Skin ner although Chairman Marion Butler tried to cut him off by ask ing him if he had a nomination to make, saying that only nominations were in order. And there were oiher negro delegates beside those from "Vance. Salem Female Academy. SALEM, N. C. Oldest Female Colteiii Monti The 91st Annual Session begins Septem ber 1st, 1892. Register for last year 827. Special features : the .Development oi Uealtn, Uharacter and intellect, umiu- mgs ail morougniy remcaencu. mmy equipped Preparatory, Collegiate, and Post Graduate Departments, besides first-class schools in Music, Art, Languages, Elocu tion, Commercial and Industrial Studies. JOHN H. CLEWELL, Principal. daw 4t e. Nothinar succeedslike aueess : this aa been the experience of A. 1. Waid. the Ilarbei since he opened business in Goldsboro, cntll he is now able to announce to tbe puolic that he has got the best equipped and most satla- Soldby M, boro. N. C. E. Robinson & Bro. Golds- WHY THE AM ERICA J( RAMBLER Is the BEST WHEEL OS THB MARKET tfcftyear. -m w fit m mm art the combination of Klf 3 A 11 F the celebrated G. & 3. DB-liAUVJL. Pnemnatlp Mea and Soring Frame makes Elding on it a luxur. - Send for Illustrated,. Catalbgqa. C0RKIJU.Y Washington, R. a. factory Tonsorial Palaoe In the State. lov oourtfibus. as f oUows All uiploi e popular Barbers of the city are -""W ed in his establishment, PrOE 't and JIM BATF8. Cent)n,uln,g to thank t no public saer ous patronage they have extended i .a slnee I moved with my family Goldsboro and pur chased a home here, and assnrinsr ibem that t shall continue to exercise, my best edorts for their ronttnuedaemfort and satUtacUon In Wy ua 1 rvmsm ;. . 11 At Tordham's old stand. Bast Centre Street Goldsboro N, O. - v "' r- v KISTOMrrOil. C, SBP, 23,1891 Mrs. Jw erjlrJ N. C,; 7' Dear Madam As J .have heen oued pi a malignant oase of ulceration of ttie nose produced by catarrh, by ,he uae o tweiye bottles, ot Mrs. 4oe ' Praona. Remedy, take pleasure in recommending it to the public. Respectfully, ers that their obligation as Alliance - t as the needa of besa. requir- men uiuu wcui wo.v l H anil that wp rnnicl thus nave i party, and then warn them from at- flexibie curren5yt so loudly demand tending Democratic speakings where ea They will be taught better. Messrs. I. F. Dortch and W. C. He said that he carried none but Munroe for madG ghort Alliance documenta, and proceeded speecheg rather excuses for not 10 reavi wvm w speaking, at so late an hour eet4iygo rx buc - iiatiuuiii A.ijuw, held at Ocala, Omaha and St. Lxiuis, declarations in favor of ta" reform, ar.-d from tbe rfliputes of the National-Alliance at Ocala, that mas lerlyj condemnation of the "force bill" that is now so familiar to many, - -. m t 1 All! ... even outsiae oi tne Aiuauce. 4u The Proo f CI ear-T he Reoortl sit Hand. - The Observer has heretofore - pub lished citations flora speeches made bv James B, Weaver, now the canui date of the People's party for Presi dent, in which, while h was a Ee- these he showed, 'that now the Third publican, he heaped the ilest .abuse nnntv laadera are teaehins: that the unou the Democratic party and es- UriS and force bill, contrary to Al- pecially the Southern wing of it and Hno fafthino-a. are matters of i upon the soldiers of tbe Confederacy. minor importance. We re-produce but one of these exT He then read from the 'Alliance tracts now it is from a speech he rwdaratian of Principles", that no made at Keokuk, , Iowa, September brother Bhould deceive another, and asked, significantly, how in the sight of these faots are the. Third party leaders practicing the teachings of the Alliance. ' In speaking of the nominations of io. mir ' 7 ' " " ' "The record of the Republican nartv anneals to the candid ludg ment of all men as unimpeachable, save, perhaps, that it was too lenient with the leading; InafiQ qonsn Notice. North Carolina, Way ne Counl y, . Ingram F. Grantham, Adnrr. ! vs. Jno. C. Rhodes, et els. j The above is an action to sell land for assets by the plaintiff as adminis trator of Sarah E. Rhodes, deceased, and it appearing that David L. Jinnett, one of the defendents, is a non-resident of this State, notice is hereby given to said D. L. Jinnett to appear at the office oi the Clerk of the Superior Court in the city of Goldsboro in said County and answer the complaint there on me witu in the time allowed by law, or judg ment will be rendered pro confesso. This July 11th 1892. wot j . C. F. HERRING, C. S. C. Administrator's Notice, ii Having qualified as administrator of the estate of Jno. W. .Isler deceased, all persons holding claims against said estate are notified to present them for payment by the 19th day of July, 1893, or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. All persons indebted to- said estate will be TCquired to make immediate set ttement. July 19, 1893. :.. SHADE 1. WOOTEN, I a w, 6 w. Administr ator. Professional Card. A. G. PERSON, M. D.j Physician and Surgeon, - Fremont, N, 0' Office Day, Tuesday Morning f II 1