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GOLDSBORO. N. C;, 6EPTS 15. 18t2.
BOMB PEN 8 ION STATISTIC.
The argument ta being ad
vanced ail along the Third part;
lineflK.and with more or lets incceee
among the uninformed,nnthinking,
unreading nd blindly prejudiced
element of its followers, that Clev
land approved more pension bills
than any other President.
i If men who blindly accept such
itatcinenti, and yet call ihemstlves
patriots and . reformet, would
. obIt inform themselves DDon the
- ooarte of current events and be
come intelligent citizens there
might be some nope of their be-
WUIIUf aw. a ws IU WW
Now let as coma down to the
cut in the case. .Next to hie
tariff message, the most notable
public service rendered by Mr.
Cleveland was the veto of the De
pendent Pension bill. It was a
rrvj wwa m m mn. r itbli tunc kiiu - buid
- O , '
message ; it was a message directed
to' the intelligence ot the Ameri
can - people. It was a protest
! u lug iwiiuK vi iuc iinr'
nrj onuer ice pretense ui uairioi-
f .1 . . .
. isrnw:
As the IyniTiIJe Louncr-
Journal airs. Mr. Clereland well
rf - . ..
. i. . . . i i ;
- tow ioai is aurajeu gsuusi uilu
the organization known as the
Qrand Army o the Republic, and
there ean be bat little doubt that
. it was one of the most effective in-
t
uuencci icauiug 10 ma uciuat iu
' 1888. To-day all over the North
the political influence of the Grand
Army of the Republic is used in
" behalf of Mr. Harmon against Mr.
Cleveland. It is surprising, there
' fore.to hear that in the States of the
South people are listening to Third
party demagogues, who stop at no
misrepresentation and hesitate at
bo slander. '
, Under "the law of Jane 271890.
nearly 100,000 pensions were
granted, in the year ending June
80,1891.
The first year of Mr. Cleveland's
Administration, 35,76T pensions
were granted.
The first year of Mr. Harrison's
Administration, 51,921 pensions
were granted.
The second year ol Mr. Cleve
land's Administration, 40,859 pen
ions were granted.
The second year of Mr, 'Harri
son's Administration, 66,637 pen
sions were granted.
The third year of Mr. Cleveland's
Administration, 55,194 pensiora
were granted.
;Thjthird' yearof Mr. Harrison's
Ad niHiist ration, 156,486 pensions
rere 'granted.
-Dttrin the four years, 1885-86-Bt-8$,
covering Mr. Cleveland's
Administration, 192,070 pensions
were granted.
During one year of Harrison's
Administration, 156,486 pens?n
were granted.
Daring three years of the Har
rison administration1 275,041 pen
ions were granted. The average
daring Mr. HarjUon's Adminis
tration will i be over 100,000, or
more than double the average dur
ing the Administration of Mr.
Cleveland. . ,
Under Mr. Cleveland the Pen
ion Bureau was conducted in a
busiatss-like manner; ever appli
cant received prompt justice under
the law. 1 .
. Mr. Harrison, when he became
Preidentr appointed Corporal
Tanner Commissioner of Pensions,
a man utterly - unfit for the place,
and instructed him. to. be gener
ous with the boys". Corpora
Tanner began by making laws for
himself.' He gave everybody a
pension ? who asked for it. The
scandal after a few months reached
such -proportions that Mr. Harri
son -removed Tanner and r pot In
Cobtrouwoner Raurn. Raum did
not improve matters at all. We do
not suppose that the President in
tended. toT' Improve them. But
Commissioner Bsum has more po
litical sagacity than Corporal Tan
ner and has been able to do much
lor the-' party without; braking the
JBarean so ridiculous, thdngh in
the end he will certainly maket
more infamous. ,
. The annual . appropriation for
pensions alone will ' shortly reach
$200,000,000. The proportion to
be paid hytbe Boatbern States
t ill be from $20,000,000 to - $65
000,000, or one-fourth of the ex
ported cotton must go to pay the
Southern proportion of the pension
Kst.x
TBtre has nsyer in the history
of any; civiiirod :naiion been a
. Treasury raid of such gigantic pro
fit ticn. to thorbc-hlj gaoiied,
so syst8mtldktly carried W,Bcj dp
tractive to the moral siaca&rcs o
. ,. .... - ......
the people, so productive of idle.
ness and vice as the pension scandal
in the United States.
It erows worse tear bv year. No
Republican President would dare
to attempt td check it. Mr. Har
rison signs ever 5 private pension
bill presented to him. Mr. Clove-
and examined . each measure of
this character, and Jelugt d & n-
gress with his" vetoes.
In view of this record it is
astonishing that any intelligent
man should assail the record of
Mr. Cleveland in connection with
the pensions.' He has rendered in
valuable service to honest gov
ernment in hisvetd of the pension
bills, and be deserves the hearty
support of ail men, regardless of
party or of sectional relation, for
hia rfforte to nroteet the Treasnrv
of the UnitedStates from the or
ganized army of greed.
CANDIDATE REID APOIilGlZE.
The N:iw. York . Tribune, which
by a poetical or, rather, a political
fiction, is not edited. by its eidtor
so . longLas !tfL is ibe :Rej ublican
candidate for Vice-President, publ
ished a very harmless little para
graph from a correspondent at
Asbury Park, in its issue of Aug.
21. It ran as follows :
" The parade of the Junior
Order of Unfted American Me
chanic! here on Wednesday after
noon was a deeply itbpreesive one
to some persons; There were
hundred! ot members of the order,
and they wound through .the
streets to the music of enough brass
bands to make furious discords. It
probably was the most awkward,
ungainly, uncut and uncarved
procession that ever raised clouds
of dust , on sun-beaten streets.
Nevertheless, the spectacle of an
Asbury Park crowd confronting
such an aggregation was an inters
esting siybt to a few people. . .
The procession was composed ot
men, broosed, slope-ehonldered,
uncouth and begrimed with dost
Their clothe! fitted them illy, fur
the most part, and they had no
idea of marching. They merely
plodded along, not seeming quite
to understand stolid, unconcerned,
and. in a certain sense, dignified
a pace and a bearing emblematic
of their lives. They smiled oc
casionally, and from time to time
greeted triends : in the crowd on
the sidewalk. Bach an assemblage
of the epraddie!egged men ot the
middle class, whose bands were
bent and -shoulders stooped from
delving and ; constructing, had
never appeared to an Asbury 1 ark
summer crowd, and the latter was
vaguely amused .
The picture was graphic. But
it aroused the wrath of the jejune
Juniors,, whd : forthwith began
bombarding the Tribune, with in
dignant letters, to the effect that
the '"order" Was a "National po
litical organization ".
The Editor of the Tribune
that is to say not the Editor who
is a candidate, bat some other
Editor, thereupon expressed his
deep regret " that a bit of random
correspondence, passed .inadvert
ently by its cofr editor " (how
many cooks aisist at the . Tribune
broth-pot I)i " should have put into
our columns sentiments both for
eign and repugnant to-ihe 'Tri
bune". "
With the assurances of his dis
ti' guished consideration for the
principles of the order, the editor
(pro t em.) hoped that the storm
was oyer; but it evidently was
not ; foi he again takes up the sub
ject in the Tribune of Aug. 31,
saying :
; :
" In remarking upon a random
. i.
letter from Asbtfff Park, which
was unfortunately allowed to slip
into the Dailit Tribune last week,
in which expressions occurred of
ten five to a bigbly " esteemed or
ganization of American citizens,
several correspondents have raised
tbe question ' ot Mr. W biteiaw
Reid's responsibility, for these
phrases. Mr. -Reid, as has been
often stated, gave up his connec
tion with either editorial or bust
ness details of thei Tribune n the
spring of 1889, oj accepting office
abroad, and haa never since Wen
alle . to 1 resume? it, ' Vhen the
letter in ..- question . appeared he
was not even in or near this eity,
but in the "West the Tribune,
however, hastened-, publicly to ex
plain tbe mihap through which it
bad gained access A to our columns,
and to offer to the Junior Order
of Ameiican ; Mechanics our ful
and hearty apologies. . The mem
bers of that excellent society scarce
ly needed that to be assured of our
regret for the publication of senti
ments utterly foreign to the In
(rune
' Whether'or not this lame apol
ogy will satisfy the susceptib'e
"Junwrs" remains to be seen. It is
dangerous thing to stigmatize a
solemn procession as being practi
cally an awkward squad of knock
kneed, i lop-eared pelicans in hu
man form; and when the picture
esque correspondent - calls - them
"honest, he only ' adds ' insult to
iniury by a traneparett bit o
blarney. V. . . . f.
j Editor (we should Jiy 'cx-Editor)
Reid cannot be two careful in his
walk and conversation. E- ecially
in hiB walk ; for the Junior Order
ii largest in its pedal development
and its corns are sensitive. "We
are brothers, one and all," says
the 6K)kee man of tho order, sub-
imcly ignoring the mathematical
fact that "one" cannot be ' broth
ers," baring he is twins ; and when
Mr. Reid, or hi correspondent of
the paper which isn't his'n (during
the campaign) pokes fun at any
body of the brethren, he offends
the whole party, which admits it
self that it is "one of the largest
bodies of Amcrican-bom citizens."
The Tribune makes a full and
abject apology for its unlucky in
sult to the Know-nothing organ in
zation. is 1'ish American lie-
publican readers also will no doubt
be pleased to know that in doing
so it stands by "the princi
ples and policy ot this paper in
both Its earlier and later years,"
and "that "it can. scarcely be uec
essary to say tl at we regard the
Junior Order of United American
Mechanics with high respect and
hold its principles worthy of all
emulation."
UOJL.JCliOKO MAUU.JT.Te.
Cbrreotetf lIy by B. M. Prlvett
Wholesale Provision and Urain
Dealer.
COrjNTRT PBODOCB.
otttn
HSDM 12H
Mde 9 10
4houMera 80 9
Lard 0 4 10
fodder B0 O 1 00
Corn. 65 ' 60
X:il, 60 a 65
Peas .... fO 1 00
Peanuts 65 470
Oata 15 a 50
Bra 10 a 11
Chiol ens .... 15 a SO
Been Wax - .... 20 't 22
Hide 5 a 6
Notice.
North Carolina, Wayne County, 1
Ingram Jr. Urantnam, Adm r !
v-.
Jno. C. Rbodee, et ela. 'i'- j
The above is an action to sell land
for assets by the plaintiff at adminis
trator ol Sarah A. Khodes, deceased, and
t appearing that David L. Jinnett, one
of the defend-nts, i a non-resident of
this State, notice is hereby ei vn to said
U Li. Jinnett to appear at the office of
tbe Clerk r the Superior Court in the
city of OoMsboro in said County and
answer the complaint there on file with
in the time . flawed by law, or judg
ment will be rendered pro confesso.
This July llth 1892.
6t C. F. HEURINQ, C. S. C.
Notice-
Bv virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Wayne county, rendered at Jan J
nary Term, iy i, in ti e action ol JNervy
Nizv On.tes and others, vs. R. Korneeay, I
will offer for tale to the highest bidder, for
cash, on fdonaay the latn day ot e-eptem-ber.
1892, at the Court House door in
Goldsboro, at 12:30 o'clock, p. m., the lands
described in the complaint iu taid action
and particularly described in a mortgage
deed from Willis Oatcs and wife to the
said R. Korne '.by, which is registered in
Book 59, page 491, of the records in the
Kegisters omee ol w ay ne county.
W. T. DOR1CII,
August 10, 1892. Commissioner.
Notice.
A convention of the Democratic voters
of the 9th Penatoriil District, composed
of the CDunties of Wayne, Duplin and
Pender, will be held at Magnolia on Tues
day, September 20th, 1892, at 12 o'clock
m., for the purpose of nominating two
candidates for the Senate.
I. F DORTCH, Ch'm Wayne Co.
A. D. WARD, " Duplin "
J. P. JOHNSON, " Pender "
Aug. 23, 1892.
NOTICE.
davins qualified as administrator of the
estate of Narcissa Alphin, deceased, notice
is .nereby given to all persons holding
clain s against said es ate to pre en t them
for navment bv Sentember first. 1893. or
tnis no -ice win De pleaded in oar or tneir
r-j --. - --- . .
recovery. J. hi. Peterson, Adm'r,
Aug. 27, '92.
AN OPEN LETTER.
Mobganton, N. C, June 28, 1892.
Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C:
DEAR MADAM I have used
yonr Remedy as a Tonic and
Blood Purifier and unhesitatingly
pronounce it tho best that I have
tried. I feel satibfied that it wil
do all yoa 'claim for it.
Rceycctfolly, -. v.-'. T---
H. D. Lkquex,
" Pastor Baptist Church.
For sale by .leading Druggists
and Dealers.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
We have on hand a
limited supply of seed
RICE, which we are sell
ing to planters at prime
cost. We have also at
our Mills here different
grades of cleaned RICE
which we are offering at
low figures. - ,
Write for samples and
prices. -.
Very Hespectfully,
Carolina icenillg .Co.
: QOLD3BOKO, N. 0 T
Not. 20th '91 1 yr.
IT 18 A DTTTX yoa owe yoaaself and ram.
r m v nv tm,o nr year mmnvy.
beat valae for prices aaked, mm tbonsaaOa
will tentlfy.
WTAKE NO (SUBSTITUTE. 1
W- L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENTSLEMEN. '
THE BEST SHOE SN THE WOULD FOR THE MONEY.
A genuine sewed shoe, that vHll not rip, Una
calf, seamless, smooth inside, flexible, more com
fortable, stylish and durable than any other shoe ever
soma we price, equals custom mode shoes coating
from at to
P' most stylish, easy and durable shoes ever sold
at the price. They equal fine Imported shoes costing
from $3 to $12.
Hand-aewed. fine calf shoes. The
KC u rsnce enae.worn Dyxarmers ana an
VWa others who want a rood hcnyr naif, thrm
soled, extension edge shoe, easy to walk In, and will
keep the feet dry and warm.
keep the I
S2.i!
v vine ub.ii. ana v.vo worn
money than any other make. They are made for ser
Tioe. The Increasing sales show that workliunnen
nsmnti'l Shoes will firive mora wpar ftr th.
have found this out.
Orkuszf a Yontha' 81.73 School
OjmVW w cv mom are worn liv ttiA Ivtn iwait.
v ucic. iuuiuuH wrviceaoioBnoesBoiaattnepnces.
MlaaeaaremadAof the bpftt TWinmln nrflnnClf. M
MIUIGa KLRA and Khroa tnr
03.OO Hud-sewed. X2.SO.
desired. They are Tery stylish, comfortnble and dura
from 4.00 to $6.00. Ladles who wish to economize in
their footwjar are finding this out. , i
Caution. W. L. Douglas name and the price la
stamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for it
when you buy. Beware of dealers attemptlnic to sub
ble- TheaSJiOshoeeaualseustomrnadeshoeseosilnir
stitute other makes for them. (Such substitutions are
fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob-
wiuDg ibuiwi uuuer laim? urocencee.
W. 1,. DOUGLAS, Brockton. Mass. Sold by
Hood & Britt,
OOLDSBORO, N, C.
WHV THE AMERICAN
Hill RAMBLER
is the BEST WHEEL ON THB MARKET this year.
BECAUSE
tbe combination ox
the celebrated G. & J.
Pneumatic Tire and
Spring Frame makes riding on It a luxury.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Send for Illustrated
Catalogue.
GCRMULLY
& JEFFERY
IJ'F'Q CO.,
Washington, D. C.
For Rent.
A Desirable five horse farm in cood
state of cultivation, with a comfortable
two story dwelling containing six looms
with fire places; large barn with two floors
and stables, alt nearly new; also a goo
pasture tor cattle and hogs c- nveniently
situated: a young orchard in full be irine,
consisting ot peaches, apples an t cherries,
selected varieties. .Land naturally adapt
ed to all crops grown in this country.
And tor trucking a better opportunity is
se'dom lounu. bplendid roads, good wa
ter and as healthy a locality as can be
loand anywhere.
said larm is situated in i! ors. township
Wayne county, near Walter po.-tofflce on
the Midland Kailroad, and about five
miles from Goldsboro.
Apply to W II. fill -GDEN
aug.9-4w.
Atlanta Ga., June 2d
My six-year -.Id son lias had a terrible
sloughing serofula ulcer of the ueck for
three years, attended witn b.mdncss; loss
of hair, great e,naciat;on, and genera,
prostration.
fhysiciaus and var ons Ldoo remedies
were resoited to witnout benent lhe
New Atlanta Medical Coiiege treated him
for three months, but his condition grew
worse.
I was ur Jed to try the eflnc cjr of B. B.
B., and to the astonishment of uyself.
friends and neighbors, one t ingle bottle
efEected au entire enre.
Ulcers oi the neclc entirely heiled; eye
sight restored, and the hair commenced
growing on his head. I live at 24 Jones
street, Atlanta, and my r.oy n ihcre to be
seen. FitAiSK JO a US,
J. W. Measei, Howell's Cross Roads
Cherokee county, Ga., writes ''I was
afflicted with chronic sores nine years.
C? V- PC! and had tried many med-
OUJAj Ukj icinjs and tbi-v did me no
Kod. I then tiied B. B B , and eigtt
bottles cured u. sound and well.
HI, Sswlsm I Washington
DIRECT LINE,
TRY-WEEKLY TRIPS.
In order to mak - more convenient and
economical use of tee vessels d."W employed
In tbe North Carolina service, ana in us to
Belt r Serve the Interests of Shippers,
the Clyde Line and Old Dominion Stnamghip
company nave coaoiunea w mure i.neir re
spective lines between Newborn. N. C, and
Norfolk:. Vs.. into one line, thus elvinjr pas
sengers and truck shippers th -re trips each
wees oetween xsewneru ana norioia via
WashinKton.
NO ADVANCE IN RATES.
On and after Monday. July 4. 1893, ua til
lurtner notice, ine ..
Stealer Neiten, Capt. Sontipte
Steamer Enola, Capt. Boyfl,
AND
Steamer AlbemarlB, GapLfilioaes
Will Bail from Norfolk. Vs.. for Newbern
direct, every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day, 4 a. m., makinfr connection with tbe At
lantic and North Carolina Kailroad and the
water Lined on JNeuse and Trent rivers. -Returnins.
will sail from Newbern for Nor
folk, Vt, Mondays, Wednesdays and F idays
at is m., (noon) masmir connection
at Norfolk witb The Uld Day Line,
for Baltimore. Tbe Clyde Line, for t'hiladel-
pbia, Tbe Old Domiuior Steamship Co , for
Mew xorc, roe Mercnant8 ana Mirres juine
for Providence and Boston, and j be Water
Mno for Washington. D. C, ar-d Uichmond,
V tbus grlvinir an all water route to all
Northern and Kaattrn oointp. -
Aluoconncctiun mads with tbe C. 3c O. B.
tUaad N. & W. It. H tor tbe West.
1 Passengers will ft ad a good h.b'e, comfort
able rooms, and every courtesy and attention
will bo paid thein by the officers. '
- Order all goods, care of N. N. & W. Direct
Line, Norfolk, v a.
S. U. OKA?. A rent, "
- New iVrn. N. O.
FebJ2.d-tf. ,
WANTED.
Two Orst-clas Bavin is None
but first-class workuitu uet il apply
uoou wages to the right meu.
Apply to
A. D. WA11D.
Goldsboro, N. O. - . .
Professional Card.
A. G. PERSON, M. D.t
Physician and Surgeoi,
Feemont, N,
Office Daj, Tuffidaj Morning
0
1 V i, i
EINSTEIN CXOTHING CO-
The great Fight is over, and now you can talk pol
itics and cholera Realizing the fact that there was
a dire necessity; for a first-class Haberdashery,
where man and male-kind in general could be fit
ted and suited, we have opened in the Hotel Ken
non;:one door South of C. F. Griffin, a storaof that
kind, where we shall keep
kinds of
oniOTiaiiisrGr-
And our "aim shall be
SIZES shall be our specialty, and in connection
with this department we
FUKWISHIJNCjrS, as have never been in this city
before. We propose to be, and maintain the po
sition of LEADERS and
kind in this city, and all we ask is your influence
and co-operation. Are you with us ?
We have no connection
this city, uall ana inspect
EINSTEIN CLOTHING COMPANY.
One door South of C. F.
SPRING
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A
WHITE GOODS,
In plain and checked lawn
Hamburg edging-,
Flouncing and laces, also i,
Beautiful line oi Ginghams
CXOTHIUG-.
We have received a full and complete line of SPRING I 'LOTH
ING FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN.
JSgrUive ns a call before vou make your nurchasto
C. KERN & CO
oney
BY TliADING AT THE
NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE
We call especial attention
TCTor $1 wo wil! give ou a good t hoc for lattice, in ace or button, nnl warrant every pair
Children's shoes from 25 cents a i air up.
from to $1.53. Call aud examine our ladies1
want soli 1 comfort
BliANCHARDS
Sohes for ladi s are hard to beat. Crossetrcs
from $3 to $t per pair. If jou wnt n irood stj
''aye no others. We would bo glad ;o h vf ymi
BEAUTIFUL
As wo are constantly receiving goods in t bat
inducements and wil bo v ry glad to have
retail . By: he retail six spools for 25 ccnt,
you toliear in mind that I can and wi lsae
VERY
GOLDSBORO
piVER BROUGHT TO TO KORTH
AT OUR WAREROOMS.
Call and see them or send for catalogue and prices.
If we can't save you money on the purchase of instruments wn Hnnt want
your order. ..
O
iviiiiii-l'rfc.i
for Infants
"Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. Akcbib, M. I.,
HI So. Oxford StT, Brooklyn, N. T.
" The use of Castorla is to nnlversal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation tondorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach." .
Caaxoa Ibami, p.Tf.r
NewTorkCSty. Lata Pastor Bloomingdato Bet ormed Church.
Taa CanTAtra
n
:
H.
fc'i! . m 1 sll ! I O
stylish, medium and all
to fit and suit all. ODD
have a line of HATS and
correct dressers of male
with any other store in
our place.
Griffins.
GGODs.
BEAUTIFUL -LINE OK
CLOTHIITG-!
aved.
to our line of f Locb ;
Old ladies shots 1mm $1 to $1.23, ri guUr prievs
spriug bcel shoes, sizes froai 2 to 6. if you
& MORROWS
shoes for vents from $2.50 to $5, troo.is worib
- 'ish shoe cheap buy Crosscttcs ai:d you w 1
(sxanine our fock of
X IICKWEAU ! 8
line. IN llty GOUDa wj aiwjj s i ir r s cia
you call. Clarks Spool Cotton at Uolcialc
rttfu'ar diecouct to the trade. Again weask ycu
you money on shoes.
TRULY,
Ii I
MUSIC HOUSE
PIAN S:
Stein way, Mason &
H.imlin, Mathu
tbek, Sterling.
ORIGIN :
Masvn & Hnmlia
- aud Sterling,
Agency
Ludden & Bates
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
SA.VANXATI. OA
j MILLER & UZZLE, Agents
'PIANOS & ORGANS. MUSIC
AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
THE LARGEST STOCK OP PIANOS AND ORGANS.
CAROLINA NOW ON EXHIBITION
- old - sfboro, 3T. 0
Hi
arid Children.
Oaatorisv cures Oolie, Constipation,
Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promot-
Wftnout injurious medication.
" For several Tears I have recommended
your ' Castoria, and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
results."
Edwiw F. Filial, M. D.,
"Tbsi W inthrop," 126th Street and 7lh Ave -rTsw
Tork Oitf(
Cohpajtv, 77 MtmaaT Sthsst, Kw ToMU
1KAI
TRUNK
. The Tray is arranged
. to roll back, leaving the
bottom of the Trunk
easy of access.
Nothing to break or get out of order. The
Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy
this style is a guarantee that you will get the
strongest Tronic made. " " J
it your ueaier cannot turnisn yoa, notiiy the as
irmiinf:ictnrer!.
W. RDUNTREE & BRO., Richmond. Va. :
7
T
o Mothers!
A Large Line ot
and .Children's School S uils
of every description,
All of which will be sold at
Popular Prices,
Ranging from
We Call
All Wool Double-Breasted Plaid Cheviot Suits,
which beats anything yet offered.
H. WEIL & BROS
Chamber
w
E ARE NOW
LINE OF CHAMBER SUITS OF TUE LATEST DESIGNS.
Prices from $15 to $225.00.
PER SUIT.
See mir $15 00 Suit of Solid Aeb before buying.
Cats Sent upon application.
ROY ALL & BORDEN,
West Centre Street,
Goldsboro, N. C
THE GOLDSBORO ARGUS-'
A Stauneh Democratic Hevspaper.
SUBSOEIPTIOIT
Daily, One Year
Weekly, One Year....
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JOB WORK A
OUH display of all kinds of FURNITUKE ia the grandest eter show
in Eastern Carolina. We buy in car load lots and sell at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
When you bny of ns yoa can rest assured that the same could n otbe
bought cheaper. '
WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY.
Come to see us. x We will convince you that you can ; save money b
buying of US. Very Respectfully,
ROY ALL & JOftDEN. .
JUST RECEIVED
ioys'
S2.00 to $10.
Especial Attention to our
RECEIVING A COMPLETE
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SPECIALTY
Suits

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