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OOLDSBORO. N. C, SEPT. 22 18V 2.
root mfeH m. The papers that come down to i dally .from the North are still teeming with Corbet t and Sulivan news accounts of "oTatiorV the slnegers and what the staggers are going to do. . " Spit.ofhis many f salts, and their nomber has not been undor- 'eitioia4ed by popular rumor, John Sullivan will be lemembered for his wonderful physical powers as Iqngas men admire dveds of prow ess on the field r in . the "ring." He was unquestionably the great-f est pugilist of this or any other age just as Napoleon was the greatest pbldierof history. ; Ab for the mor al qualities of either hero, , that is another matter, ,. j A cynical observer said of Bona parte on the pre of Waterloo: 'This is not Uie conqueror of Ansterlitz, it $ap fat man whose day is over.? . The same might be said of Snl ' livarii : He was too old a man to meet and cope with the agile yonnjc Californian. Time, and something worse .had sadly de moralized the might of the great Champion. And in that tome thing else lies the great evil of the prize ring. - The successful pugilist is seldom endowed with strength of will pro- ; portionate to his might of muscle. The money rewards of the victor- : ions champion are ludicrously out of proportion to his merits. Uor bett wins $45,000 by his recent - victory, and announces bis inten tion of going on the stage becau se, as he naively says, it will give trie rest, which I need and want." An Irving, a Booth or a Salvini does not regard the Btage as exact" lj a place of rest"; but to the successful boxer the exactions of a histrionic career , are but child's The flowery paths of literature, ' so thorny to real anthors, are also open .to the laurelled gladiator, and the rewards are snre an, plen ; tiful. Mr. Sullivan has already essayed that field, for in such cases ;iU hit, "to be a well favored man is the gift of fortune, but to , write and read comes by nature," or, what is the same thing, by the po- ' tent grace of notoiety. Nevei theless we would not eomme.id the field of pugilism as the mosfueeful to any. aspirant for dramatic or literary honors. When a promising author is liable to be knocked out in his . first edition by a blow. of fate, the profession becomes extra hazard- ous to life and limb and literary succeBs. '"'!,-":' NORTH CAROLINA ANO VIRGINIA, The Richmond juispatch of Thursday has the following hand-j eome editorial compliment to North .Carolina, which Thb Abous copies with' pleasure and thanks: : . , The presence here yesterday of seyeral hundred North Carolinians who came to attend the large sales of loose. tobacco, gave an . unwont ed bustle to our business ? streets. ' They had , cordial welcomes on every .hand, and ; invitations', were given "them to come pftener and stav longer. t'r'-y,; ---ui No finer tobacco is grown thai that ?which comes from . North; Carolina, and during the' ten . or 'twelyeyears last past- the State; has ijade wonderful ".progresa in; "this indnttry and as the acreage increases the planters - feel mor- :nd tntfre the importance of sect r a ing-the best market for their crops.' Many of those who are now visit- ing the city, have long been onr ' patrons, and others . of them we "hope'wiU be ;8o . hereafter.. Year in and year out they :can "hardly find a market where their - product will realize better prices for tLem. However. tlia,t may be, they should feel'at borne in Richmond a city whlchjias always had .agreeable social , business relations with them, . nd;s7btcb remembers with ; pro found gratitude the, great numbers Of valorous North Carolina soldiers who formed an -? essential part of thai line 4 of .defence which for nearly! thrfie years stood between .heand3ieibesiegrC4fei Ict-jico siwWe-count them as friends.' This rtbeyi prored to be in war. This -we trust they will be throughout unending days, of peace,- Rich. 'JXttoataky v - ;..KArchbishp Ireland, who has been honored by Fope Leo XIII with the. charge of the Papal , ex bibft U the World's Fair, has; re ceived and accepted the invitation of the World's Congress Auxiliary ... tOibejorstor at Jths : opening exer- .eiseso df .Uhat associatioa at the Aud?torfamt Chicago, on the even .'fnir 'pt pcivtysr 21. The . Arch- "bisliobyi YibwctwilL. be "The WorljPBgfessei '1893. iArtbbiibtp.Ireland is .annonnced to speak alo at the dedicatory ex-i -ercises at Jftiion Park the same ernoou''!;::. ; 4 , THERE NEED BE NO ALARM. The news that there is cholera in New York has - created " wide spread comment - and : much con sternation; but there . need be no alarm in this section. There is no cause for alarm. ; There is no dan ger of an outbreak of the disease in this salubrious climate of oure. AS The Akous stated some days ago in recording the old legend of the spread of cholera the cholera kills a few, while fear kills thou sanda. As the Pniladelphi limes says, ordinary ppraodic cholera, or cbolj era morbus, often reremblcs As atic cholera so closely iu all its symptomp, including tl e rakal ter mination, that it is not easy todis tinguish them, except hy the known prevalence ;? of a cholera epidemic, and in seasons of alarm every form of summer complain is locked on with suspicion. It is not entirely certain even that the bacteria of cholera can be surely dvfferentiated from the bac teria associated with other diarr- l.oa il affections. The present ten dency; however, is to attach espec ial importance to tbis means of diagnosis, and in the cases tbat are said to have occurred in New York last week we may accept the medi cal etateineut tbat death resulted from true-cholera. Yet this does not necessarily indicate that the disease has found lodgment in this It is almost inevitable that in there days of constant and easy communication some cholera germs phall mke their way through quarantine somewhere or at some time. That is a reason only for renewed caution." The principles of irolation and disinfection aie now so well understood and can be so thoroughly practiced tbat cho' era occurring in this occasional way is not a terrible disease. It it only when, through'carelcssness and neglect, it is allowed to be come widely diffused before tffic. ient steps are taken to check it, that it is to be dreaded. That is not likely to occurr at this time. TtM Reed, of Maine, was re elected to Congress at the election held on Monday last, hut it was by less than half the majority given him two years ago. Then it was 4,700, this time it is only 2,000. Thomas has evidently made his constituents tired. The Democrats cast their usual vote at the election of last week in Maine; but the illiterate Republi cans of the State conldu't get the Australian ballot through their wool, and the total vote cast fell short as compared with that of the corresponding election in 1888, The reign of law throughout Ireland has been restored by the nullification of the ; obnoxious Coercion Act, This repeal, Bays the Cincinnati Post " will gladden the hearts of Irishmen the world over. It is the first of the great boons of which the re-accession oi Gladstone gave promise ". Mb. Cleveland has recently lost two staunch friends in the deaths of George William Curtis and Daniel Dougherty. Their political support was a tower of strength and their personal esteem a prices less treasure. - Our farmers are getting about 65 cents for their wheat this year. Doer, it occur to them that a part of this pitiful price must go to pro tect the bosses of the mills and mines, and a part to enhance the prcfi'8 of sugar making ? STATE NEWS Asheyille Citizen: The man killed bv a Western North Ca.ro- Jina railroad train on Monday last was buried in ltiverside tbis morn ing by. Blair & McDowell, the undertakers. The man had not been identified.. Morganton Herald; John M, Mace, who describes himself as "a Burke county man,1 a rebel Boldier and a Democrat," writes the Iler ald, from Canton, lit., that many oi the people in that section are think ing of coming to Western North Carolina. - Wilmington- Star: The con ferees on the part of the New Han" over and Brunswick counties, ap pointed to . name a Democratic eandidtite for the Twelfth Henatoi lal district, held a meeting yester day and finally selected Mr. George L. Morton, of New- Hanover by a unanimous vote. Winston Sentinel: A Yankee from New j Hampshire, who has been stirrimr ud strife anions? the whites in Salisbury and who made himself conspicioua by waving a Weaver and Exum flag while Bell was speaking in Ualisbnry, beptem ber 14th, was knocked down and beaten. SmithfialT TTi.i.V.77. fr .T A I Wilson ot Wilson's Mill?, has a tnr key gobler 2 years o!d that welgliB 43 pounds, It is of the Mammoth Bronze breed, and Mr.. Wilson says they grow usually large. Mr. Wil son sold one to Mre. D, Avera that weighed twenty -one pounds at six months old. Winston tientinel: The Wins ton City Schools opened their an nual sessions this morning witb an attendance that surpasses all for mer records in the history of the schools. The number of pupils was seyeaJmndred, five hundied at the We-t End and two hundred at the North Winston. Weldon News: It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Col. John Willis Johnson, which occurred at his residence in Fan cett'e township, suddenly on Thursday night last. - Col. John, son had been at Halifax during the week where he was a juror. On the adjournment 'of court Thurs day be went home in his usual good health. That night he re tired at the usual hour, after en gaging in conversation with his sons for a while. After he retired it wa3 noticed that he was breath ing heavily, but no, attention ; was pff!d to it, and it soon ceased. It i supposed now tbat be was stricken witli apoplexy upon retiring and died in a short time. Tarboro Southerner: Horse stealing in this section is becoming epidemic. It is not long since W. M. Edmonson had a mule stolen and carried to Elm City. S ime time last Saturday a colored man, James Bullock, bad a mule and a road cart stolen by another darkey named Lewin Lyon, and at this writing nothing has been heard of them. A few days ago Dr. H. H. Whitakcr ws at Ealce1 store, and as he had dne many times before, turned hi a -rsc loose for it to go home. For once tho nnimal did not go home. Dr. Whitaker thought noth'ng ol it, in fact the horse did not enter his mind till some time after dark. lie went to the stable.6 suid the horse w s not there. No one had Been it. He has been hunting diligently for it since, but neither horse nor buggy has been found. 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 Respectfully, Carolina celling Go. GOLD3BOKO, N. C Nov. 20th '91 1 yr. Ginn'sGrocery. JJAVISG RECENTLY CHANGED my business to tbat oi Groceries exclu sively, I invite the public to seek my corner store,on John and Market street when in need ot Fresh Groceries, C Hams, Sp ng Chickens AND QOUNTRY IVODUCE. I keep a iuii stock of everything. When you can't find anything yon want anywhere else, be sure you will find i at my orner grocery. Respectfully, J. T. GINN. apl-12-tf. I Will Pay THE HIGHEST TRICE FOR Rags and Old Iron; ALSO HAVE ON HAND A PINE ASSORTMENT OP FAMILY GROCERIES AT MY NEW STAND, Two doors' North of the City Bakery Bring your old rags and Iron to, and buy your (Jrocencs lrom F. ABJJAMS, P. S. I also buy Ladiesftnr CM1 dren's worn clothing and pay good prices lor the same. . NOTICE. The Einstein Clothing Co. will here after act as agent for the Wilmington Steam Laundry. The patronnge of the public is -respectfu ly solicited. 1 have lecently engaged a new foreman and shall endeavor to nave tne worn done satis faetorily in every respect- , W, E. WORTH, Prop'r. Notice. A convention of the Democratic voters f the 9th Senatoriil District, composed of the c aunties of Wavne. Duplin and Pender, will be held at Magnolia on Tues day, September 20th, 189'2, at 12 o'clock m., for the purpose of nominating two candidates Tor the enate. I. F DORTCH, Ch'm Wayne Co. A. D. WARD, " Duplin " I J. P. JOHNSON, " Pender " Atlg. 23, 1892. Professional Card. A. O. PERSON, M. D., Physician arid Surgeon, Fbemokt, N.'O Office Day, Tuesday Morning. P IB A PJTTT ya awe rciiawlf aad fnm. 'IJ Tr ftttwnrtr parckastnc Beat vaT. Will teuifr. ' NTTAKX NO SITBSTITVTB.. L. DOUGLAS shop: rUjojr.;u THE BEST 8HOE IN THE WOflLO FOR THE MOfllr. A enltj lewtdikMh that trill mat rtp.Dn Sf. "?lu;Ll',"l 90th Inaida, Oexlbji, mora eom fortabls, tylliB and durmbla than any other shoa erer fro1 $.'to CC" BaIaoutBn,n,ulaDOaseoat, KOaee. tliejr equal fine Imported ihoea eotUng w t moat atrllin. eac and dnrahto ikm mrmm mniA ftp Fallea Bn , -worn brfarmara and all Otheni Whn w&nfc J. irnnff ham mH .Kwk. oled, extension edga ahoe, eau to walk in, and will keep the feet dry and warnu . .-n money than any other make. They are made for er Tlee. The Ineramalnc aalea aaow that worklnamen a Hnea'e Shoea will srlTa mim wmv - .v,.! bare lound this out. . - - Rny S-BU Yomhe' S1.75 Srhool where. The most servlcftablo Bhoeasold at t r J pneea are worn vy tne do; te prices. everr- a,uviiv S2.00 and 1.T5 Shoea for Jtliiisea are made ot the best Dongola or fine Calf, aa desired. They are very strllgn, comfortable and dura. bio. J.ne3-ISQoe equafsoustom madeshoes costing from 84.00 to $6.00. Ladles who wish to economise In their fcotW'jar are finding this out. Can t Ion. W. L. Douglas name and the price Is stamped on the bot'om of each shoe; look for It when yon buy. Bewnreof dealers attempting to sub stitute other makpg for them. Such subMtutlong are fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob taining money under false pretences. W. I DOUGLAS, Brockton. Blaaa. Sold by Hood & Britt, OOLDSBORO. N. C. OOLDSBORO MARKETS. Ctorreoted Daily by B. M. Privett Wholesale PrfTl8ion and Oral? T3a.ler. , COCNTHr PRODC CK. ottc U-. ... . . n . ' 9 IC ,8 e v Vr 1' 90 a I. 53 z 6 eo a;, w 1 tr oil: 15 a 50 10 a 11 16 a 20 SO a H i a Hitinl .Side . . ' Shoulders ... Lard .... . .. fodder...... 'Jora Meal Peas Peanuts.... Oats. ... Egt?8 Chiolens. ... Bees Wax... Hide NOTICE. rlavinff oiiHlified as arlmimstrator of tlip. eMite of Narnisba Alphin, deceavd, notice is hereby given to all persons holding clam. 8 against said es ate to pre-ent- them for payment by September first, 1893, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. .1. JS. Peterson, A dm r. Aug. 27, '92. For Rent. A Desirable five lioiae farm in good state of cultivation, -with a comfortable two story dwelling containing eix rooms with fire places; largo barn with two floor and stables, all nearly new; also a goo' pasture for cattle an:l hogs conveniently situated: a young orchard in full bearing, consisting of peaches, apples ari l cherries, selected varieties. Land xiattir Uly adapt ed to all crops grown in tins country. And for trucking a butter opportunity is seldom found, t'lf inli.1 roads, good wa ter and as healthy a locality as can be found anywhere. mid farm is sitna'.ed in Fork township, Wayne conaty, near Walter postoffice on tho Midland Railroad, and about five miles from Golds bo ro. - Apply to W H. BROOD EN. i aug.9-4w. Atlanta, Ga., June 2d - My six-year-old son has had a terrible sloughing sef ofula ulcer of the neck for three years, attended witn blindness; loss oi nair, great emaciation, and genera: prostration. Physicians and various bloo remedies were resorted to without benefit The New Atlanta Medical College treated him for three months, but his condition grew worse. I was urged to try the ' efficacy of B. B. B., and to the astonishment of ; tayself. 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 24 "i Jones street, Atlanta, and my rsoy is there to be seen. FRANK JONES. J. W. Messer, Howell's Cross R-ads, Cherokee county, Ga , writes "I was affbeted with chronic Bores , nine years, OfTJ IjiQ and had tried many med OUIiiEiO icings and they did me no good. I then tried B. B B., and eight bottles cured ma sound and well. DIRECT LIKE, TRY-WEEKLY TRIPS. In order to mak more convenient and economical use of the vessels now employed in the North Carolina service, and thus to Bell t Serve thi Interests of the Clyde Line and Old Dominion Steamship uompany nave concluded to merg-e tneir ro BDiiotivo Unis tetWTpen Newborrj. N. C. and Norfolk, Vs., into one Hoe. thus riving- pas-seng-en and truck shippers three trips each week between Newborn and Norfolk via Washington. NO ADVANCE IN . RATES. On and after Monday, July 4, 1803, until further notice, the Steamer Neilern.CajLSoiitlnalB Steamer Enola, Capt. Boyd, t , . AND . Steamer Aln em arls, r t . Rti d des Will sail from' Norfolk. 'Va.. for Newbern direct, every Monday, Wednesday, and Vrl- day, 4 a. maamir connection wun toe At lantic and North Carolina-Kailroad and the water Iiir.es on Neuse and Trent rivers. Returning:, will sail from Newbern for Nor folk, Vs., Mondays, Wednesdays and F idaya at is m., (noon) makintr connection at- Norfolk with 1 he Old Bay i-ine, fur Hn'.timore. The Clrde Line, for Philadel- Shia, The Old Dominion StooriHViip CJo., for !ew York, Tho Merchants' ar;J Miners' Iiins for Providence and iVssToc; aud 'll Water bines for Washirnreun, D. C, ud Kiohmond, vs.! tdus Rivint? an an water route to an Norlhfirn anl HaBtern noints. . Ai.-v connection M&' le with the C. 4 0. R. llM a-jd w. 4; w. h. it tor the west. Passengers will find a good table, oomfort- auie ropuis, ana every courtesy ana attention vlil bo paid them by the oflioers. Order all goods, care of N, N. ft- W. Direct Une, Norfolk. Va. 8, H.GRAY, Airent. Mjw lira. N.C, Feb.12.d-tf. . B argains in Oauae Undorwe r at the Hew H Few 3do :.f-dxr' CLOTHING THAT IS THB'lBWEST AND NOBBIEST, and: thatls character? trectly dressed? " " : , : ; MONARCH IS THE HEST SISEIRT ON THE 4 ' ' Then remember that we have a bran new store with a bran new stock, in the Hotel Kennon, one door South of O. F.'Friffln. I . EINSTEIN CLQTHlNG GOffMY. Correct Dressers aitt Haberdashers, j' - GOLDSBORO ' : THE LARGEST ! STOCK OF PIANOS ANI ORGANS IVER BROUGHT TO NORTH -CAROLINA NOW ON EXHIBITION AT OUR WAREROOM8. - . j , ; . We invite y-ur attsn-tion a&il wiil be pie tsei t'i furnish.yin c-itaiou-j and prices ' Only standard goods represented. ' ; Will he glad to have your order and' know we .am snvc y'ou ninney on tlie purchase of an instrument. Try us. " -. ' -' . v - - J 0-olcS.sTboro,' UST- O. onej 7 -BY TliADLNG AT TiiE NE W YORK BARGAIN ST0 We call especial attention TTIor $1 we will give ou a good shoe tor Cbildreu's sboes i from 25 cents a j air-tip. from 1J85 to $1.59. 'Call and examine our ladies' spring heel Shoes, sizes' fron 2 to'O. If you want soli 1 comfort . ". - BLANCH ARDS & MORROWS ; 8ohes for ladU s are hard to beal Crossettes shoes for gents from $2.r0 to $5, goods wrorth from $3 to $6 per pajr , If you want a good stylish shoe cheap buy Crossuttrs and you w;J hare no others. Wb would U glad to have you examine our stock of BEAUTIFUL KEGKWEAR I As we are constantly receiving goods in that line. IN BR Y GOODS we always otV:r speeia Inducenrents and will be v ry glad to have you call. Olarks Spool Cotton at wholesale or retail . By' h(S retail six spools for 25 cents, rcgu'ar discount to the trade. , Again wc ask you you to bear Iu mind that I can and wiU save you rucooy cnhoee.' . VERY TRULY, l YES' WE HAVE AND ARB UEfcEIVINO J) AI LY.T.I1K LAltGEST STOCK OF " -. '-: - - DRY ROOTS AND SHOES, GENTS' FURNlSIIIXPr GOODS, A ND IN FACT EVE il YT L." i NG class Dry Goods House, "which v :1 be soil at KO0K BOTTOM I KIOES. We have taken particular pains to select all the latest novelties. ' You won't expect to find gucUr a splendid assortment of new and pop ular styles as we shall show yor. when you call to' see our new geodsr O FIND, SUCH HIGH GRADE, B. r . - - .f flrst-clasB go"ds as wo shall show jou when .you call to ADMIRE our new lino of goods. You won't e'ipect to find such, a " , . IFGBfflliP MM ' I N EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK Make jou wben you call to BUY our us a call before purchasing. - " (m ' i r- rtTs'y'n .M..n THE. T I 1 Painters ! 7-2ST': ' 'CLOTHING? : i Do 1 you want to be cor- , Do you want 'Head .Gear : hs is Uar5,riteed to be Au' "Fait? : : Do you want anything in the way of FURNISHINGS that are ' haiidsoine and the latest? V SIC' HOUSE Agency f Ludden - Bates SOUTHERN MUSlD HOXJSr, '- SAVANSAII. OA, Miller Sl Uzzle, . w . - Agfcuie. PIANOS & OTfGANS. MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE aire a 1 wt to 6xxr line of f.hoes ; ladies, in ace or button, onl warrant every pair Old ladles 6Koes frorn $1 to" $1.33, rcgulur priwa - r; GOODS, CLOTHIN A TPEliT A I N iNG TO-A FIUST- HONESTrQUALlTY,-: W&3L OF ' KBE8S AS WE SHALL ne line of goos. WBe sure and give 'I ' . . . Tur amor A I . I ; 3T. . TrJEMOSTV . U sL L. L I CONVENIENT TRUNK Jg The Tray is . arranged . , taroll ack, kayin-.; the . " bottom of the' Trunk easy of access. -" TRUNK Nottiifrf to break or et outf order. ,The 9 Ttay can be lifted outi if 4e,sir!0i Rnd to buy this style is a guarantee that you will get thd V strongest Trunk made. .- ; . A ? If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the - ) manufacturers, . ' H. W. ROUNTREE & BR0., Richmond, Va. IU A Large Line ot ,uoys' .and Cliildrdn's School Suiti? of every description,. r All of wl i i eh will K e- sold at Popular Rsiiging from 82.00 to $10. We Call All Wool Double-Breasted Plaid Cheviot Suits, ' : which beats anything yet offered. Hi; WEIL & BROS Ghamber w LINE OF CHAMBER SUITS OJF THE. LATEST DESIGNS. Prices from $15 to $225.00. . -"" I'EU SUIT. Sen our $15 00 Suit of Solid Ash beforo buying. Cuts Sent upon application. EOYMjL:" & BORDEN, West THE. GOLDSBORO ARGUS A Staunch Domocralic Newspaper. SXJBSCRIPTIOlsr BATES : ... .... Daily, One Year 5 00 Weekly, One Year -- --. $ 1 00 JOB , WORK A SPECIALTY ! ; OUJl display.of all kinds of "FUIiNITTJHE is the grandest c er show . in Eastern .Carolina. .We buy hi car load lots and sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES When you bny of us you can rest assured that' the same could notbe ! '. . - - bought cheaper. - WS MEAN WHAT WE ' SAY.. Co.nie to see us. t We will convince, you that you can Bave money b buying of US. -, Very Respectfully, w ;. . : r- ROY ALL ; & iORDEN. ST RECEIVED Prices, Especial Attention to our Suit .E AjliE NOW KECEIVING A COMPLETE Centre Street, Coldsboro, N. C