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The Daily Augus.
JOS. E. ROBINSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. r Awair mk to h a reliable paper or the peopiaana the family Democratic and bear! en to diaeuaa bo laaue wherein the people' rta-taarettake. Procreaalre, abreast of the go, we shall al war endeavor to keep our edi tartal.and lonal oolumns up to the day nd hoar. Our ctrcalatkm It rapidly Increasing. d we hope to aoon bare the largest circula tion any rrrr is Tfrifin r-til cmlii ViVr attK FmtoJUetal Ooldtboro. A. C Seam Vhu Matter. (IJLlteW)RO H. O. OCT. . DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. fOR PRESIDENT : GROVBR CLEVELAND, of New York. TOR vies president: A. E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR governor: ELIAS CABR. of Edgecombe. for lijsctekant-governor : R.A. DOUGHTON, of Alleghany. For Secretary of State: OOTAVIUS COKE, of Wake. flFor Treasurer DONALD W. BAIN, of Wake. For Auditor: R. M. FUR MAN, of Buncombe. For Superin'dt Public Instruction J CJ. SUAxtBUKUUUil, of Johnston. For Attorney-General : FRANK I. OSBORNE, of Mecklenbuig. For Judge of tbr Twelfth District GEORGE A SHUFORD. 6Z3 For electors at large: CHARLES B. AYCOCK. ROBERT B. GLENN, For Congress, Second District, F. A. WOODARD, of Wilson. WHAT TO READ. "As a man thinketh in his heart o is he," tid as a man rcadV, so TV 111 IJO lUIUaV AD IHipUDOiwiw 'VTA any one to read vicious literatnre and not be affected by it. The press is a great power for evil as well as for good. There can be no doubt that the bad literature scat tered all over the country is doing more harm than any other evi agency. This vicious literature vitiates the taste for better read ing. This is not all, it poisons the mind and destroys the soul. The eonntry is literally fl ooded with a else of literature that must pro duce a harvest of crime. How shall the evil be counteracted ? This is certainly a hard task. There is a demand for sensationa and vicious reading matter, and those who are engaged in publish. ing books and papers are manu- faetnring -what will sell. Before good literature will sell, there must be a demand created for it. Who is to create this demand? The preachers and christian workers must do this. Every good relig ions book, or paper placed in i family, helps this good work on The world will no more think of going in search of a religions book or psperfRnaided-by some worker of Christ, than it will think ot seeking for Chriat uninfluenced by some lover of souls. Publishers who are engaged in making books and papers for the money there is ia it, are very active in supplying what will sell. The church must create a demand tor wnat men onght to read, and then be very active in supplying this demand. Any good religious bmk or paper pnt into the hand of a family is a great work. Keluious periodicals act very unwisely in opposing each other. There is ro in enough fafy'-'ihaf.are in the field. We should be glad, that any good pa per can find an opening, and aid in this good work. The . fJ igious press must be far more active than It it at present, if it keeps pace with the secular. lien and women, boys and girls will retd something. If. they are not supplied with what they oujrlit to lead, they will read what tfcey ought not. The Sunday tchool can do inn eh to aid in this goc d work. Let there be a great awak ening un this euljoct. Let the preachers preach en i, until the church wakes up to the importance of readit g good books and paper?. Let the importance of Biblo ttuJy be impiiescd upon the church with more vmor, uniii ine ouuaay nowf paper is laid aside for the word of God, and vicious books and paper? give plce to a claes ofbo ksand papers that wi.l prove a b'est-i lg. and not a curse tu the reader. All pennant reii na refonur. tions will result in uiakimr, a tie- mai d for such literature as will be spiritually helpful- The levival that doe not awaken a do-ire for spiritual food and ttir the tlui'cl to "give attendance'1 io reading, will prove to he short .ived, and the iroodnrB of tho e who are in fluenced In them will be iifce tin "early dew. a? a tlie morum" cloud'1, will s ion pass away. PEMOCHAT1C PLATFORM The following U the State Dein ocratic plattortn as enunciated bv the State Convention m as.-iuirjlj Mav 18th : icsolved, 1. That the Demo racy of North Carolina reaffirm the principles of the Democratic party, both State and Nations', and particularly favor the free coinage of silver and an mcrcitse ot the cum ncy, and the repeal o the internal revenue svetem. And we denounce the McKinlev tariff bill as uniust to the consumers ol the eonntry, and leading to the formation ot IrnstP, combines and monopolies which have oppressed the people; the unnecessary ap! burdensome increase m the tax on eotton tiee and on tin, so largely Uted by the poorer portion of the people. We likewifc denounce the iniquitous Force bill, which i not yet abandoned by, the Rt-publi can party, but is being used ae a measure to be adopted as soon at they gain control of the llone ot R presen'atives, theiurpon and effect ot which measure wi'l be to establish a second period of recon struction in the Southern States, t subvert the liberties of our poplo ind ihflsTiTa new race antagonism ant :s.jt:onal ariimosities. 2. That wo demand financial re fjrm,andthe enactment ol laws diat will remove the burdens of the people relative to the existing agr ricnltural depression, and do full and ample justice to the farmcr and laborers ot onr country. 3. That wc demand the abolitiot ot national banks, and the subst tuting of legal tender Tieastry notes, issued in sufficient volume to do the business ot the country on a cash system, regulating tho amount needed on a per capita ba eie as the business interests of tho country expand, and that all moi. ey issued by the government shal be legal tender in payment o debts, both public and private. 4. lnat we demand that Con gress shall pass such laws as shall enectually prevent the dealing in futures ot all agricultural and me chanical productions, provide sucl a stringent system oi procedure in tria's as shall secure prompt con viction and imposing snch penal ties as shall secure most perfect compliance with the law. 5. That we demand the tree and in limited coinage of silver. 6. That we demand the passage of laws prohibiting tho alien own ership of land, and that Congress take early steps to devise some plan to obtain all lands now owned by alien and foreign syndicates: and that all lands now held by 'auroads and other corporations, m excess ot such as is actually needed by them, be reclaimed by the government and held for act ual settlers only. 7. .Believing in the doctrine oi equal rights to all and sp3cial privileges to none," we demand that taxation, National or State, shall not be used to build up one interest or class at the expense ot nother. We believ that the money of the country should be kept as much as nossible in the hands of the people, and hence we demand tht all revenues. XSaiion al, State or co mty, shall be limited to the neccesary expenses of the government, economically and uon estly ad rain ietered. 8. That Congress issue a BUiii- circut amount of fractional paper currency to facilitate the exchange through the medium of the United States mail. 9. That the General Assembly pass such laws as will make the public school system more iffec tive that the blessing of education may be extended to all the people ot the fetatc alike. 10. That we favor a graduated tax ou incomes. Notice. On and after Monday next, Octo ber 3. the Bauk of Wayne will open at 10 'a. m., and close at 3 p. m. 1L V. HOW.KLL, Cashier, "I can highly recommend Pr. Ball's Couch Syrup for croup. I have used it for several years and find it the best remedy evir tried, - Mrs. Hannah siorriston, iiurungton W.Va." . THE DOUBLE STORE OP- Best & Thompson 18 NOW FULLY STOCKED WITH FLOUR, BAGGING AND TIES, (Bought in Car lots) Sugirstt Refiner's prices. A Full line ol Grocer i a at wholesale and retail. Buying gKdsin Hrge quantities we arc fully pn pared to meet tin- closest competition in prices. In our DHT" - G-OODS Department Wea-c carrying a flrst-clas stoc't of s'a pie ry Goods, Noti--ns, Shos, Hats, Clothing, etc We have a large and better assortment of Men's, t a dies' and Children's Shoes tt aa heretofore, and our IE For Men and Boys cannot be excelled as t Style, quality and price. Everything at BOTTOM PRICES, We al?o buy cotton. Consignments f cotton solicited. Highest market auarant'-i-d and returns rendered promptly. Eest & Thompson, Goldsboro, N. C. BUSINESS CHANGED Having purchased the BUGGY -AMD WAGON Business of J. B. EDGERTON, want the public to know that I shal keen a full assortment ot Vehicles at the old Jones stand, and they must be sold. Don't fail to come and see nie before buying anything that goes on wheels. will manage the business, and all communications relating to anything hi our line will receive prompt and careful attention. J NO. F. S0UT1IERLAND, K. E. JONES, Manager. LOOK, LOOK. Wc bav' aMin pener' our IUstauraot and iiio receiving and serving hue Mrix-Tnlls riirctriK, DAY & I1UI lUin UJfOlCI Jj MGHT Wc c-V tp- cial attention to the measure trmle. Fine OYSTEll CRACKER-1, BUTTER and PICKLES, We will have large CIIKSAPEAKE BAYS en HALF-SUELL after Oc tober 15th Give us a call. Respectfully, Jas. D. Daniels, E. Centre Street, Adjoining Odd Fel lows Building. Don't BE DECEIVED! o HONEST COMPETION Is the 'ife of trade, and we Giiar.ititea price as well as quality Of goods1. Wc keep the b6t the m irket Affordd and would call Especial attention to the BESTON EARTHS A BRAND OF FLOUR We have control of for this city. Tho-e who have not tried it Ought to and be convinced That there is none better. Our line of TBA, COFFEE AND SPICES IS COMPLETE. Try our new brand of Coffee Just received, Said to be The best in the world. A nice selection of CANNED GOODS And everything kept in a EIRST CLASS GROCERY. We invite you to come to tee us, Bizzell Bros. & Co. Wholesale and Retail Fancy Grocers. April 27-82. Wanted. Six ready-made, 6 to 8-room cot tages, to be placed on some of the numerous blank lots in this citv, for .... the convenience of those who .NEkD and WANT Houses to live in. , Must be delivered on Monday. -. Ladies' Spring Heel Shoes. We hate-Jur-t received another thiptrent ot todies' Spring: IWI Shoca, sizes-- from J'iliK QABUAIM STOttE. r 1 VshW is o A BIG JOB LOT OF TOBACCO LOW ER TFAN EVER BEFORE. o J ust Look Here J ib inch twist, 5's. worth 20 cents, only 13 cents. Job 9 inch, 4 twist, worth 20 cents only 15 cnts. Mail Pmch, worth 25c-n's, only 15 cents. Blight Plain Twist wor.h 25 cents oi ly 20 cents. Tobacco. We have an extraordinary large lot of Job Lot Tobacco that wo are sell'ng at pr ces that were cever heard of before in th s city. We can offer you pl.in and fancy tobacco from 13 to 60 cents per pound. Cigars. Common Cigars one ci-rt co"d ones iw ocnt8, fi ies ones 3& cents. Lrilard, Gail & Ax and Railroad Mills Snuff as low as any ne, MilU-r's Snuff 30 centB per pound. The above are slaughter prices, but I am determined to lead. Dry goods. I also dcl i-i Dry G-.o.ls, Clothing, B hVs Shoes, Ilits, Notions, Groceries, Crockery. Glassware, P .tent Medicines. I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. NOTHING BUT THE SPOT CASH WILL MOVE THESE GOODS. The Ilustler, ED. L HDMUNDSOK Opposite Hill's drug store Walnut St Goldsboro. N. C. FOR SALE. A good second hand safe, size 4i feet high, ?Jx3 feet, outside measurement Address : P. O. Box. 409, Goldsboro, N. C. FOll SALE CHEAP. 2,000 Bushels Corn at B, M. PRiVETT'S. 20 Oar Loads Fresh Goods. One Car Meat, One Car Arrow Ties, On2 Car Seed live. One Car Flour, One Car Fine Silt, One Car Choice Timothy Iluy, One Cai Hock Lime, One Car Laths, One Car Rice Meal, One Car Sugar (all gratlcc) One Car Uagging, One Car Heavy Bags, One Car CofiVe, One Car Bran, One Car Coarse Salt, One Car Mixed Hay, One Car Plaster and Cement, One Car Ag'l Salt, One Car Fed Oats, O.ie Car Cow Feed. ALSO Kunip Pork, Hams, Lard, Starch Pepper, Rice, Matches, Broom?, Soap, Soda, Tobacco, Snuff, Emptv Grain Sacks, Buckets, etc. All above for sale at rock bottom prices by B. M. Privett. Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Cotton rnmission Merchant. PIANOS AND ORGANS C. H. ABBOTT, PRACTICAL TUNER and REPAIRER. o C. H. Abbott, Piano and Organ Tuner. recently returned to Goldsboro and will be in town for several days. Instruments Tuned, Repaired and Regu lated. References from Manufacturers, also residents of Goldsboro. Satisfactory work manship guaranteed rates reasonable No charge for calling at residence and making estimates for necessary repairs. EW"Orders left at Goldsboro Music House and L. D. Gid dens' Jewelry Store Sept. 28, 3ts FALLSTYLES The Display of Fall Millinery -AT- Mrs. S. I.Griffin's, UNDER THE OPP2RA HOUSE. a now complete, entirely new, very Attractive and at prices never before known for MILLTNJSRY In Goldsboro. Call and Examine my stock before purchasing. Mrs. Sue Petteway and Mis Foote, who are familiar wilh all the latest styles in lr.dies' wear, will take pleasure in showing goods. Oct.1-92. OUR Nlflw Stock of Drv irwfts and Clothing are daily arriving, uwe u a look. Sept. 1330 oit. ' C. KERN & CO. ELECTKIG RINGS For the cure of Rheumatism. For sale by Watt & Watts. BY BXPHEHI1. New lot Ner.K wear received to-dav at New York mrgain Store. Large Shield Bows. wuio and blaek. -. . Notice of Stale. Under and by virtue of an--order rendered September term, 1892, of Wayne Superior Court, in the case of L. D. Gulley against the Golds boro Cotton Mills, we shall on Tues day, October 11, 1892, at 12 o'clock m., on the premises of the Goldsboro Cotton Mills, near Goldsboro, N. C, sell for cash at public auction, the Goldsboro Cotton Mills, including the land whereon the same is situate, together with all the machinery and fixtures belonging to the plant of the Goldsboro Cotton Mills and all the cotton and other property, real aud personal, of the said Goldsboro Cotton Mills. The Goldsboro Cot ton Mills have been in operation about six months and are in condi tion to begin work again. This is a splendid opportunity for any person wishing to engage in cotton manu facture in one of the most progressive towns in Eastern North Carolina. W. R. ALLEN and " F. A. DANIELS, Sept. 21, 1892. Receivers Land ole. In.:rim F- Grantham ) vs. - Land Sale Jno. P. Rhodes, et als. ) Pursuant to an order of the Superior court of Wayne county in the above en t.tled action, made September 28, 1892, 1 will se!l for cash on the premises, on Mon day. October 31, 1892, at public auction, at 12 o'clock m., the land described m the plea ling in siid action, being the lands of tiie late Sarah E Rhodes, deceased, nrar Dudley, is s id county, adjoining tho lands of Drucilla and Louisa Rhodes, en wnich said deceased resided, containing al-out37 acres. Ikokam F. GiiANTnAM, Ad.nr. KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29, 1891 Mrs. Joe Person, Kittr 11, N. C: Dear Madam As I have been cured of a malignant case of ulceration of the nose produced by catarrh, by he use of twelve Dottles ot Mrs. Joe Person s Remedv. I take pleasure in recommending it to the puuuc ue8pectiui.v, Mrs. .T. M. WHIT 15. This week brought us the best un lunndcrcd white shirt for 75 cts in the city. EINSTEIN CLO I HI NO CO. sotice, A. & N. O, U H. CO.. TllHA URER S -FFI E, V Newbehs N C, Sept, 8, 189?. ) DIVIDEND OP 2 PER CENT. A fin the capital stock oj the Atlantic and N'tfih Carolina Kailioad Company will lie paid at t lie Trtasu : r's olH. e, on and alter the first d vy ol October, 1892, to s'ockholders of record on the 22nd oi August, 189. P.C.ROBERTS, Treaeurpr. TAX NOTICE. I will attend at the f dlowing named imes and plac s for the pu-pose of col lecting T ixes for th year 1892. Fork Towrship Piney Grov, Fri lf.y October 7: h Grantham's Town -hi o Grant h-im's Slore, Saturday, October 8;h. B'ogden Township .Mount Olive W daesday, October 12?h. Inlian Springs Township White II dl, Fri lay, October 14th. New Hope Township New II pe Church, Saturday, October 15wh Sauh-ton Townsh'p Hoicfs Swamp Church, Mf-nday, October 24th. N.thunla Township Stul X Roads, Tueedaj, October 25th. Niihunta Township Fn mont, Wed-netd-iv, October 26th. Great Swamp Twnsliip Saster's Mdl, Thursday, October 27in. PikeviPe Township i'iktville, Fri day, Octobor 28th. Stoney Creek Townsh'p Stoney Cree:-; Church, Sa4urday October 29th. Goldsboro Township Goldsboro, M -lidiy, October 31tt. W. T- DORTCH, Tax Collector. G- ldsboro N. C, September, 15th, 1S92. 11. 3s w. 2w. otice to farmers! WE ARE AGENTS' FOR LEE'S AGRICULTURAL Lift That stands higher to-day than eye Before. We also pell best quality Heavy Weight Rtick Lime for Building Purposes o- Seed Oats and Bice And 'groceries of all kluda. Timothy Hay, Wheat Bran and Rice Meal, ' Try one sack of Rice Meal and ee if it is not the cheapest and ie?t foodjlor stock you ever tried. RESPECTFULLY, HENRY&fflil.-LEE MOTHERS! MOTHERS!! "We syniDatiuze with you because you csually have so ditm-.h troul 1-i in getting a good Hat tor a imv; come and sec what we have broucht ror vou. EINSTEl N CLOTHING CO. Primary School. Miss Minnie B. Hill will open her rchonl on October 1st. For terms and particulars apply at bei home, corner Ja:nes and Oik streets. eep.l7:lmdw The new crop of RICE from .New Orleans- is on the market.' We have samples of same at our Mills here. We solicit your pat ronage. Very Respectfully, 1 hice Mils Go. GOLD34lOKO, N. C N v. 20tb m 1 yr. V PL ANTIC COAST LI3S'& kML8T'J)i i WEfi'J-N E. S. and BraneLes. I CO NT K N s ; l ITEDULK. TRAINS OLNG ScITTH. Dated Mav 11. No. -7 ' No. 41 f-jotMill Daily. x LZ-i.ij isuatiaj. Lv Weld .n.. A.r Rocky M A.r T.iTbcro-. .'v Tarboro.. 8 i a n. 7 01 a n in- p m 2 18 p m I- 58 piu iUpm 0 :je 8 'JO s m A.r Wilaoa Lv Wilson ir SolT-.a Kr Fnyettyvllle. Lv Goldsboro. . Lv Wuraitiv lT Mnijnolia r Wilmington.. C p a. 40 i30 t tu 33- p m 5;:n D tu 315 p m tliptu 137pm 6 0 p m 710 p m 8 31 a ro 930 a n 8 44 a in 1125 b m 8 40 p m 9 55 r m NO. 15 DAILY. TRAINS GOING NORTH. - No. 40 o3 c'- Daily o. Sunday. i85am 915am t'iOpm 1 54 .... 10r, 7 a -iO p u 1111 a m 6 15 p m ; 2 55 h in 1205 p in 7 10 p m ..... . $931 a iu !13 a ui 12bl p tu 3 35 a m i25- p nt b(H p m 4 U3 . 3(1 p iu a .m p m M 3Ua u. Z lb p m , 3 6- P ia 5 05 a iu 235 p m' 10 0U pm Magnolia i Lv Warsaw Ir iol. islxjro Sv ti;yett.vill.. I.V eiiaa Ar wI1(.,,n Lv Wilson. Ar Hoc Is y Mount. Ar Tar boro.. Lv Tarb'm.. . Ar Weidon Train ou Sooi1hdi Nmh Idan.v tt ad .uavt eiuu, t - o p ai., .iuli.;L. t .-. p rxi; arr:ve Scoilaud Nuci at .15 a.., Uietnviili; 0 6 p. in.. Kiuston 8,W p. m. Ketuining leaver iviasu-'o i.iu. m., ureonvuie e ) a m. Arrivi Halifax at 11 00 a tu.. Weidon 1126 a m, dailj Trains on Washinirtoa Branch lea Wash, ingtou 7.00 a, m arrives A & K. Junction 8 4 a. in., returning leavex A. & K. Junction 7J0 p. m arrives Hashinirtun 8,45 p. in. Daily exc pt S?undj-. Connects with trains on Aioema.-ie anu naievrn it, K., and fceotlai.d necu urancn, Train leaves Tarboro, N. C, via Albemuru & Raleigh railroad, daily except tiuuduy, 4 4" tr. ui ouuaay auy p.m., arrive v i.imnist.on, K p., 7 03 p. m., 4 20 p. m. .Plymouth 8 ) p w 9 c p ui. neturuing leave Plymouth dailj pxotpt Sunday, 6u0 a m., Sunday 9 00 am '-Villiamaton, 7 3J a m., 9 68 a. m., arrive Tar jro. 10 43 a. in 11 20 a m. irnins--n Southern Division. Wilson n,l Payetteville Branch leaves Fayetteville 5JJU u. iu., mnvB ouwihuq i l. p.m. IWJturnllu leaves KowlaDd 7,35 a. m., arrive Kayettti ville 9.20 a. m., daily except Sunday. Trainon Midland, N . C, breiich leaves. Uolds JJro, daily except Sunday, 00 a. m., rrtv- oiuiuiueia, i ou a. m. rxeiuriiin leaves Simin- uum, o w t. in., arrue uuiaBUuro, JU a. m. Train on Nasiiville branch leaves LU ckv .M r . ato 15p. m.,arrivesNa8hville5 55 p. m ..S'prinr Hopetf 30 p. m. Ke turning lea ve6 Spring Hopi a J"la. iu., Nashville 35 a. m., arrive Hock toint 9 15 a. m., daily, except Sunday ."rain on Clinton branch 'eaves Warsaw t- dlmtoa. ilaily. eneepo Sunday, 6 20 p. ru. au 11 15 a. m. Hi-turning leaves Clinton at 8 2 t. m. and 3 10 p.ra.,uuauocUDgitt Warsaw witl Mos. 41, 40. 23 p.d 73. Souchbounl train on Wilson & Fayette vil. !!rnnchisNo.51. Northboundis No. -0.Dail except. Sunday Train No. 27. South, and 14 North, will stoi only at Koi.ky Mount, Wiih... , Goldsboro an Magnolia- TrU. No. 78 makes nlnf don for all points North, daily. All rail v Wifhmond. and daily, except Sunday via ft -.me, uiso ai Hocsjr Mount daily excent Bu i iav. with Norfolk and Carolina Hailmad fo Norfolk and ail pcints North via Norfolk, r q t. JOHN F. DIVINK. Geu iSuit J. H. K.ENLr, Gen'l Minager. V. M Bmfrhon. Trafflii Manacer itiaatic & Noriii Garoiina fi.P fime Table No 22. TO TAKE BFFECT OCT. 17. 18SM. TRAINS GOING EAST. STATIONS. No. 51. No. I t LKAv"i P. M. "XTmT Goldsboro 3 :!0 6 30 Best's 3 -"56 7 5 LaGrange 4 09 a Falling Creek 4 23 7 53 Kinston i .4 40 8 30 Caswell 4 55 8 55 r'Over 5 05 10 02 Core Creek 5 19 10 36 Tuscarora. 5 35 11 05 Clark's 5 41 11 41 Newbern : ,6 08 3 00 Riverdale 6 39 8 42 Croatan 6 44 3 50 Havelock 6 56 4 13 New: ort 7 16 4 42 Wild wood 7 24 4 55 Atlantic . . 7 28 - 5 01 Morehead City 7 43 5 21 Atlantic Hotel 5 28 . Morehead Depot P. M TRAINS GOING WEST. STATIONS. No 50,t No. 2.f leave. A. M. A M. Morehead Depot a 25 7 00 Atlantic Hotel 7 15 Morehead City; 6 47 7 27 Atlantic 6 58 7 52 Wild wood 7 01 3 05 Neewport 7 13 8 27 Havelock 7 33 9 04 CroMtan . 7 47 : 9 33 Riverdale 7 52 9 46 Newbern. 8 30 1 30 Clark's 8 48 2 12 Tuscarora 8 58 2 30 Core Creek 9 12 3 00 Dover 9 28 3 40 Caswell 9 39 4 05 Kinston 9 53 5 00 Falling Creek 10 06 5 30 LaGrange e , . 10 25 8 04 Best's 10 40 6 34 Goldsboro 11 10 P. M. No 50, passenger daily excrpt Sunday, couuecis una vv. cs vy. tram bound JNartn, leaving Goldsboro 12 10 p. m., and R. & D, tram West, leaving Goldsboro at 4 p. m. No. 51. passenger, daily except Sun day, coaneets with R. &" D. train, arriving Goldsboro 3.05 p. m., and W. & W. train trom uie JNortn at a.10 p. m. fNo. 1, Mixed freight ard passenger Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdav. tNo.B.Jttixed f eightand passenger iwouuay, y eunesuay ana jsnuay. conr i, withW. & W. through fei;ht, North oounu, leaving uo'asooro at ll.l'Jp. m. 8. L DILL, fin peri ntendtwit NOTICE. ' By virtue of a decree of Superior Court of WayDe county, rendered at April term, losj j, in me action 01 J. D. Aaron aDd wife vs. James Jones and wife. I will offer for 6ale at public auction at the court house door in Gold3boro, for cash,, on Monday, the 12th dny of October, 182, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the lands described In the coiupiauu 10 gam action, Doing a tot of land in the town of Mount Olive, contain ing of an acre and particularly described in a certain mortgage deed which is regis tered in W ayne county in Book No. 52, page 424. W. T. DORTCH, commissioner. Bargains In Gauze Undorwe rat the ftew Vork liartratn Store. I have been usine Dr. Bull's C.noh Syrup lor some time, It cured my baby of a very bd congb, I believe it was the means of saving him iiio Mrs- Thomas Hinton, Centrcville, N.J, dreu.0r.y for Pitcher's Castorla, qpo Mdtliers! JUST RECEIVED A Large Line ol Loys and Children's School Suite of every description, All of which Avill be sold at Popular Prices, Ranging .from 82.00 to $10. We Call All W ool Double-Breasted Plaid Cheviot Suits, which beats anything yet offered:. H. WEIL & BROS.. THE GOLDSBORO ARGU A Staunch. Oomoeratfo Newspaper. SUBSCRIPT Daily, One Year Weekly, One Year JOB WORK. A Few Pointers I CLOTHING rpHAT IS THE NB WEST AND NOBBIEST, and that has character? 'rectly dressed? Do you want Head Gear that is; guaranteed to be the best? Do you want anything in the way of FURNISHINGS" that are handsome TZHZIE MONAROH IS 11 EST $1 SHIRT ON T11K and the latest? Then remember that store with a bran new stock, in the Hotel Kennon one door South of C P. Frimn. - , EINSTEIN CLOTHING COMPANY. Correct Dressers and Haberdashers. Especial Attention to our .f 5 00 .1 1 00 SPECIALTY!. CLOTHING? Do vou want' to ho we , have a bran new