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The brave boys are coming back to the old homestead. Democracy's roof-tree is the shelter for Southern white mec. We regret to announce that Mrr. Dan. 0 Hotton ia reported to be ex: iremely ill of typhoid feirer at their jbome in Washington, D. 0. We are requested to announce that ltev. J. H.Edwards will preach at Emmans Baptist church on Sat urday of this week, at 11 o'clock xin the morning. GovERKoa Flower is not a prophet nor the eon of a prophet, but when he says Grover Cleveland will carry New York State by 50,000 majority he is not talking through his chapeau. I'oob W. P. Canaday, at one time flavor of Wilmington, Collector of ihftt port, aud afterwards Sergtant-t-arms of the U. S. Senate! He com mitted suicide in Washington on Tuesday. THE county campaign, when it opens, U going to be one steady, un swerving march to victory for the Democratic ticket on the 8th of November. Mark it. Democracy is triumphing everywhere. Astother cottage, which will make the fourth new one on the row, is to be erected on George street, just north of that of Maj. D, W.Hurtt't", which is one of the pret tiest and moat conveniently arran ged in the city. XifH is a queer thing: we are fre quently punished for onr purest thoughts and chastened for our Loliest deeds, and then we are bless ed, oftentiroe, when we are unde serving and fortane sometimes smiles after hope ia dead: all of which make a thoughtful person more thonght iul. '.The death of Mrs. P. A. Smith, wiu?w of the late Maj. W. A. Smith, and mother of our townsman Dr. R. A. Smith, occurred Saturday morn ing at her borne in Johnston county, near Selma. fehe was a most estima ble Christian woman, and her death will be sincerely mourned by all who knew her. The alarm of fire Tuesday morn ing about 3 o'clock startled our city. The cause was the accidental burning of Capt. R. P. Howell' chicken coop, supposed to have caught from hot ashes. It came near being a serious conflagration, rut for the timely arrival of a number of onr energetic firemen, who promptly controlled the flames. What i Ooldsboro going to do on the 12 th of October, the occasion of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Chris topher Columbus? Other townsare preparing for a public celebration, why not Goldaboro do likewise? What say our city Fathers? Sup pose the Board of Aldermen discuss tbe matter at their meeting to night. The death of Mrs. Chas. E. Bor den, of Wilmington, occurred at ML Airy Sunday evening last, of typhoid fever, where she had gone for her healtb. Her funeral was held yesterday morning in Wilming ton, whither her remains were borne for interment. Her bereaved hus band and sorrowing family have the sincere sympathy of many friends in this city. The fair and festival for the benefit of our Young Men's Chris tian Association which opens to night in the dining room of th Arlington Hotel will be a very enjoyable event Everything pos sible is being dona to make it a grand success, and when the object for which it i held is (Considered, it certainly should receive the jcordjal and united support of us all. Don't jforget to attend both nights. The cam pa ign progresses beaut!, fully The most influential Repub lican in southern California, Mr. Wetmore, has come out for . Cleve land, ana cne of the Republican nominees for tector-at-iarge in Ore gon decline? bf (use he says he mn3t eupport the Democratic twket .- So, too, in our own State, we bav Hon. W. A. Gutherie, Col. Wm. ohnston, den. Ruf us Barrincer and a score of other heretofore leading lighu in the liepublipva partyr-aU popping to the honest platform of th ; Dem ocratic party and to the support of the peerless man of destiny Groyer Cleveland. Mr. W. E, Best, of Snow Hill, one of Greene county's best farmers aud untemned -Democrats, was in the 8"ty Tuesday. Thr family of Rev. C. L. Hoff man, rector of St. Stephen's church returned to their borne in this city Tuesday from spending several weeks in the western part of the State. So, Gen. Weaver admits that he said the outrageous things about the Southern people.and especially about the Confederate soldiers, with which he has been charged, but excuses himself on the ground that he was fiffhtinsr the Democratic party. But what is he doing down ontn now but ngnting xne .uemocrauc party ? Can it be justly said that the people of the South aie intollerant . r . i 1 T A? when they refuse to take any stock in weaver r Says the Raleigh Netos Observer of Tuesday: "We had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Avcock, Democratic candidate for Elector, speak here yesterday, and were greatly pleased with his address. Mr. Aycock is a fine speaker and is a master of his subject. He handsomely maintained his reputation as one of the best of onr campaigners and his speech gave great sausiacuon to inose uu uraru it. We wish every Weaverite in the county could have heard it. The South honors a brave man whether he wore the gray or the blue, whether he be Democrat, Republican or People's partyite. It scorns a coward like Weaver in whatever garb he appears. The precipitats fight of the Weaver Lease combination from Geor- . i r i 1 gia is tne laugnicg stock oi ine country. It has demonstrated that the "General" is great only in the interest. We are glad to observe and know that this distinguished (?) party is receivmg cold comfort dur- ng his unneraiuea ana preen natea retreat in North Carolina. It has leaked out that a corrnpt rg&ta has been made by the Re publican, mauagers and the leaders of the Third party in Wayne county, that the Republican leaders ure to deliver to the Third party the negro vote to insure the success cf the Third party ticket. Jn exchange the Third party are to reduce the wages of the negro to $8 a month and the price of cotton picking in proportion, so as to enable them to make some profit out of cotton at the present low prices. Colored men, are you prepared to allow your selves to be used in consummating this nefarious bargain.' It is with real pleasure that The Arqds chronicles the return to he bnggy business in Goldsboro Mr. R. K' Jones, the "only original the pioneer of the bnggy trade snd man ufacture in this city. 4-he extensive buggy establishment of Capt. J, B. EJgerton, at Jones' old stand, on Walnut street, has been purchas ed by Mr. J. F. Southerland and Mr. R. E. Jonee has been 5 secured 00 manager or the r usmess. ne is thoroughly posted in every style of vehicle that rolls on wheels, ana his reputation for reliable dealing is ong established throughout tbe trading territory of Goldsboro. The Board of County Commis sioner were in session in mis city yesterday, with all the members of the board in attendance. J. he ap pointment of poll holders for the coming election for the various voting precincts throughout the citv and county attracted great interest and considerable disputation : finally the board decided to giye the third party a representative at every poll ing place. This decision makes but four polj holders still as here tofore, one Republican, one Third partyite and two Democrats. Why the Board of Commissioners did not go further and appoint also a prohibitionist, a Green backer, a woman fufferagist, &c, &c. &c, ad infinitum, ws are at a loss to under stand. Or, rather, w a?8 ftt a loss to understand why they at . ail departr id from the beaten track of the law and recognized a party that is without organization, without prin ciple and without the semblance of wholesome politic or eonal justice in its platform, Tbe well-known drug firm of Miller & Shannon, that has grown up with the vears in Goldsboro and attained wide and deserving renown, has been dissolved by mutual con sent, Mr, II. C. Shannon retiring from the business end Mr. Chas. B. Miller assuming his interest in the firm, tbe style of which will be J. F. Miller & Son. The latter will be in charge of the business, and has experience and skill iu bis profes sion, of which he is a graduate from the Philadelphia College of Phar macy. The new firm will enjoy the same largo measure of public confidence and patronage that was so cordially extended to tte old, and certainly do they Btart out with the best wishes of The Abgtjs for abundant success. This notice wouldhot be complete, how ever, without an expression of sin cere regret &t the retirement of Mr. Shannon from the business. He has been so long associated with the ding trade of this city and this firm Mjt he will indeed be missed by his numeracy friends and former cus tomers, fie bas tbe best wishes of The Ajiajb'S at all times. 6 "If I am to nanjtetfte typical Ameri can, the wan who loves and believes in his country beyond (everything else, the manwho, determined once in what direction his duty leads, cannot be swerved from the path the manwho is doggedly persistent in what he be lievfis to be right the man who thinks not of sefft but of his country and its needs, I would . name Urouer Uleve- lad,v Chauaoey M. Depew. AND STILL THEY GOME. YCU SHALL KNCWHE RUH AND I C RUH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE ". Faith Comes that Love Therein. By Hearing, and They the Light Will Walk One of the earliest advocates of the Third Party in North Carolina, and a man who was sincere in cbampiouirg the claun3 of this new party that he had prematurely wedded, was Mr.W,H. Marslendcr, formerly of Carteret, and now of Pitt county. But like the true man that Le is, fielding the irrefuta ble error of bis wave, he hastens, while there is ytt time, to rccin secrate him;ef to the Democracy and bring truth and reason to bear upon hi6 fellow citizens that may be following his third party foot steps: lie writes a letter to the Wash ington, N. C. Gazette as fo'lowe: Mr. Editor; Alter cool and mature deliberation. I find that I have been misled by the false re presentations o' the Third party leaders, eo 1 announce to my fel low citizens and Third party friends that I have withdrawn from and severed my connection with that party. I will state as briefly as poesibie the r asous that tl at force this change of views. I leahzed the distressed, im poverished and oppressed condition of our pe pie and knew that it was due torn just eectonal and pernic ious class legis'ation, and in my dilemma grarped the idea of a People's party we that were told would sweep the county as the cn tireWtfet was aroused. I now see I aci wr;Dg and was duped. Upon investigation 1 find that all the evi's under which we strug gle are directly due to the Reput lican party as that party alone is responsible for the demonetization of silver, the coutracMon of the currency, the national banking system, 1'randulent pensions, and the h:gh protection and prohibition tariff that robs the tanners, labor ers and wage-eerners of this coun tr . 1 nod that the -Republican party lepealed the tax on Ircorr.es, Rail road Companiee, National Banks, articles of luxury, etc , ttc.,amonnt- mg to over a hundred and hve million dollars yearly. ($105,000,- 000,00 ) relieving the rich of their share of taxation and burdening the poor by putting a tariff tax on on the basis of consumption thaf the plain people need and must use. I find that by a high tariff they make trusts possible and encourage their forniaiionrin return receiving adequate campaign funds for their needs and purpofcep. I and North Carolina pas out to the Federal government includ ing tariff, revenues and for protect ing Northern manulaetures over ($14,000,000.00) fourteen million dollars annually, i. e. over ($S.) eight dollars per capita when North Carolina hasonly ia circula tion about ($6. 6ix dollars per capita. Paying out more than we have, 1 do not wonder we grow poorer while Rhode Island, for in stance, a rich manufacturing State, by sectional and class legislation, i . V r - pays scarcely anything (on the basis of consumption) to the Jbeds eral groycrnment and has a per capita circulation of over ($361 00) lureo iiuuurtu auu sixty-cue uoiiars and grows richer. In 1860 when the 1). moerats had entire control of the govern ment I find, according to Senator Berry, that" the expenscp of the government was ($2 ) two dollars per capita, in 92 under Harrison the grots expenses will bo ($12.00) twelve dollars per' capita Jn 1860 when the Democrats were In power p$ per cent, of the money of the country was in cir culation, now only 70 per cent, is in circulation and and that is held almost entirely by tbe Northern protected manufacturing States, I find from 1850 to 1860 the value of farnn in the United States under a 20 per cent, tariff and Democratic ruje increased 102 per cent, or more than doubled and the farmers owped onehalf the wealth of tbe conntry. From 1880 to 1890 under a Republican tariff of 47 to 60 per cent, the value of farms decreased and the farmer owned ne-sixth of the wealth of the country, and that in 1892 14, 600 people owned more of the country's Wealth than 61,000,000 others did and this to Vp directly traceable to class legislation. I find ntany more Republican op pressions but your space forbids. As toour State government I finO that we pay about . $3,000,000,03 for Federal pepapns and only about $80,000,00 to our own disabled Confederate Bold-era and the wid ows of those who died for us. I find that under an honest Democratic, administration the "carpet bag" State debt has been reduced from about $ 32,00 per capita to eorne tbing over $4 00 per capita: while it has steadily lowered taxes. I will net . vnte for the , Third party becanse! regard its princi pies as unsound. ; President Polk whom the Alliance has apotheosiz ed I do not believe would have endorsed the Omaha platform as it now is. The course of the Third party leaders in this State has not merited my admiration or com manded my respect and I repud iate their duplicity and leave them in disgnst and contempt. I believe tbe Third party to be the ally " of the Republican. The prominent part taken by negroes and old line Republicans in the Third party State convention and its action forces me to believe it was denomi nated by a Republican spirit. Even were this; not to, independ ent action cn only secure Repub lican ascendancy, as one hundred and fiy votes of former Democrats in each county will secure Repub lican vietory and Harrison electors with a.l tbe miseries and vic;s of uegroism in its train. I will not be a party to assist such !cadore in their lust for gain and scl.emca of felt-aggrandisement by imposing upon the ignorance and credulity of our ceople. I WLrUldnot vote tor Weaver be cause he voted "No." in the 4th Congress to repeal military law in ihe oonth when I was disfranchised. T 1 .1 1 . . . tie voted ana has steadily enn deavored to burden us with $300, 000,000,00 extra pay for those who la-d waist our fields, burned our homes and ravished our women. lie took monev from feeble old white men, robbed the helpless women and fatherless children while governor of Pulaski, Tennes see, lie lias been the most inalier- nant bouth hater and persistent enemy ot our people and in his rabid utterances against us in com panion would make lmfamous old xnaaaeus tepnens appear our friend. His record also 6hows he en dorsed the National Banks. I will vote the Democratic State ticket because the platform and candidates of that party more truly represent re'orm an'J Alliance prin ciples than the hoodlum gang and visionary projects of the Third party. 1 will vote lor iias Carr because (I think) he is the tirft bona fide tanner candidate for Governor in the history of our State and ia a' true exponent of reform principles, bearing alort tbe peop'e a banner n the Democratic party. I fought for North Carolina four years, and now my patriotism dec nsands that I stand by my State it the hour of her most imminent peril. In my old age I am unwilling to vote to Em render my children to negro supremacy and to bind them more securely in the fetters I of misrule or to crush them be neath the oppressions of the tariff taxation tor fraudulent pensions. 1 will not vote for Harrison be cause I regard him as a weak, cor rupt, partisan puppet in league with such nnecrupulons men as Raum, E kins, Woods, Dudley and Wanamaker, and because he repre sents the worst e!ement3 of pater- nansn neroti3m, ccntrarzation and sectionalism. I willl vote the National Demo cratic ticket because the period of that party's rule i3 the history of onr greatest prosperity, and be canse it ha3 ever been the friend of the TnaEses. The last Demo cratic Congress endeavored to, give na tree binding twine and to limit the free importations of the rich, thereby saying the consumers of this country about $176,000,000.00 annually, but the Republican Sens ate said ''No." I will vote for Grover Cleveland because he saved $33,000,000.00 surplus under a 47 per cent, tariff while;Harn'8on will have $130,000,- 000,00 deficit under a 60 per cent. tarm; because he has proven him self to be the friend of the South; because he gave us a clean, eco nomical administration; because he is the champion of the masses ; be cause he would not allow a Repub- ican Mouse and foenate to crush and tubjugate our people, or to Atncan!Z3 tho South, aid because he is as honest as he is brave. A united and patient Democracy is the only hope for the South. I see this plainly and I have the to acknowledge I have been wrens. W. II Maeblendeb. Grim sland, N. C, Sept. 12, '92. Direct Tax Fund. Washington, Oct, 3. The Trea sury Department has decided that all of the direct tax must be re funded to individuals from whom it was collected, without deductions for commissions, and also that in dividuals shall receive penalties and; interest in cases wnere h was ori ginally paid by them. This con struction of the law is set out in the following letter sent to-day to W. H. ISggbern, Esc at Iggbernsville? Va.; "Sjb Jn your letter just received airthis department, you say that the treasurer of yoar county is refunding only the direct tax, and is deducting fire per cent. a3 his commission, and you ask if you are not entitled to in terest on the tax being refunded. In reply you are informed that direct tax collected has been returned to the States. Jn the States, wlere the tax had bsen collected from indi viduals, it should have been return ed in full by the State authorities to the person's from whom it was col 'ected or to their heirs or legal rep- reaertatives.' However, since the tax was paid to the States the Attorney-fier.e-al has rendered an opinion to the effect that all penalty and inter est collected should also be returned to those from whom it was collect ed, in the same way. The Depart ment is therefore preparing to refund to. the Governors of the jgtates ; the penalty and interest in the same manner and under the same condi tions that the tax was refunded. It must be understood, howeyer, that the interest mentioned ia that which was collected with the tax, and not interest accruing since. - Hespectfully yours, A. B. Neitleton, Ass't Sec'y. COMMON PLACE. Betwoen two powerful forces fixed Slow moves my life from dayto day To draw me to itself would om; The other, loath, woos me away, That force which draws in my desire, It shows me nlsaxnrp.'s nirv mnvn This which attracts is duty's power; mat oer my nattcriDg soul ytt sways, What good is choice? When that I choose, This, sti'l more powerful, drags me From this I flee and tbat I hate .binds me more firmly to the rack. And am I Ireewhn neutral liara Between the two ttill hold my course? wuat i W111 out what 1 must, I do. Have T no power, no force? My colorless, dull-tinted life Is never dved in niRiisnrn'a lln Nor by strong duty's higher touch. iransmuteu to some purer hue, But harder still they bind me down. jiy soui resigns herselt to power, A.nd, poised resistless 'twixt the two, SlOW mOVFS m V llfi from hirnr tr linn. Kather Louis Gamp in Springfield Re- Wayne County Commission's CTonrt, Oct, 3rd, '02 ; The Board met in regular session all the members present. he Treasur's report for Septem- oer was read &.nl approved. Petition for new road in Indian Springs from White Hall road near ij. w. Uacwick s and running to Goldsboro and White Hall road near Mark Mozmgo's, continued to Nov, meeting. Chairman Kornegay was author ized to sell a part of the court house lot 13 feet wide, east of the lots of W. R. Allen and others runnine from Chestnut street to J. B. Ed gerton's lot. J. M. McCorkle was given permis sion to move his business to John street. Accounts were audited and al lowed to amout of $1,248.83, and for f aupers 106.50. Pol! holders were appoiuted as follows: Goldsboro 1st Ward : J II Hill. Jr., E W Cox, Ja6 II Robinson, N CCogdell. 2nd Ward E B Dewey, L C Southerland, A A Smith, Alonzo Robinson. 3rd Ward L. L Gradv, Jas Burn? ham, Jno Miller, Thos Phillips. 4th Ward and Township A J Harrell, J W Lamb, II Humphrey, Gaston Kelly. 5 th Ward D A Johnson, J E Earp, Jos Scott, Nathan Hinson. Fork Township T B Parker. G L Becton, Isaac Smith, Charles Reid. Grantham ME Britt, J A Toler, D G JinnetNTI Sutton. Providence W H Jinnett, J W Hatch, Matthew Jones, Thos L Massey. Dudley G P C Hall, J T Car- raway, Giles Jiornegay David Lewis. Mt Olive F A Simmons, W G Davis, S W Flowers, Leyi Winn. Iadiau Springs D G Rhodes, J A Kornegay, Nergil Walker. L J Flanigan. White Hall Geo F Grimes, Wm Price, Jos Smith, G O Griffin. New HopeM L Adams,0 Holmes, James Sykes, Jno J Ivey, S ulston Jno L Parks, J W Isler,J A Daniel.Freeman Thopmson. Sauls X Roads W A Martin, N H Bailey, L D Minshew, H S Reid. Fremont J M Jinkins, J R Short, Jno W Smith, T C Blalock. Great Swamp D D Peele, Jno B Hooks, N G Holland, J C Rose. Pikeville Jesse B Thompson, K B Scrith, J E Pike, E T Crawford. Stony Creek J D Howell, S R Rackley, H D Ham, Needham Lewis. The polling places and Registrars are a3 follows : Goldsboro 1st Ward : J M Swar jngen, Hinson's store. Snd Ward M L Lee, C J Riven bark's store. 3rd Ward Geo Heffner, J J Rob inson's store. 4th Ward and Township D J Broadhurst, Court House. 5th Ward W D Creech, Creech's store, Pork Township W F Rose, Sasser School House. Grantham W K Grantham, Grautham store. Providence Elijah Edwards Providence Church. Dudley Wiley Thompsrn, Bow den's store, Mt.01ive D M Mclntyre, Mayor's office. Indian Springs C A Smith, Indian Springs Church. - White Hall W B Whitfield, M W Park's store. New Hope J M Wood, New Hope Church. Saulston Jos E Parks, Hood Swamp Church. Sauls' X Roads J F Ormond, Sauls & Ormond's store. Fremont J T Aycock, Aycock's store. Great Swamp P L Peacock, Sas ser's Mill- Pikeville W L Pike, Smith, Scott & Co.'s store. Stony Creek Wm. G. Hooks, Stony Creek church. Pikeville tietter. Dear A.rgus; M'ss Mollie Chamberlain, a most beautiful young lady, of Smithfiejd, was in town last week on a visit tq friends, r The Mount Carmel Sunday School gave a pic-nic last Wednesday which was greatly enjoyed by all who par ticipated. Mr. and Mrs. Ruf us Edmundson, of the Eureka section, who have been spending some days with rela tives in our town returned home Saturday. r ... Mr. Jasper Fredrick, of Warsaw, who has been visiting friends here, left for his home this morning. He seems to be very favorably impressed with up little town and her people. Come again, Jasper, We are sorry to learn that Mr. John W, Aycook is confined to his home in the Fremont section .by Binkness. We hope he will soon be out again. Rev. C. J. Nelson, of your city, preached here Sunday in the - Alii ance hall. , J. F. H. 017DER Absolutely Pure. A. p.rppm of tartar baking powder digLest of all in leavenme strensth Latest U. S. Government Food Report .OYAIi xSAKING rOWCER UO., 106 Wall Street, N. Y Buoklen s Arnica Salve. The Hkst Salve in the world forCuts, Sores. Tatter. Oh rTif(l TTanHo f lhilWoino Corns, and all Skin Eruptions' and pof.i- uveiy cures jriies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ormouev refunded. Price 2H rpnta ti.b box. For sale bv J. H. Hill & Son. La Grippe Again. During the epidemic of La Grippe iasi season ui. icing s iNew uiscovery lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds proved to be the best remedy. Re-port' from the many who used it confirm this 1 X TT" . -. . . statement, They were not only quickly relieved, but tbe disease left no bad after results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantae that you will be satisfied with results, or the purchase price will be refunded' It has no equal in La Grippe, or anv Throat. Ctest or Lurg Trouble. Trial bottles free at . H. Hill & Son's Drue Store. Large bottles, f 0c. and $ 1.00. Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite full away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles oi Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, IU , had a running sore on his leg of eight years' sliding. used tnree ootues oi .Electric 5 tiers and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica" !? alve, and his leg is sound and weli John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had flft arge Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitt ers and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by . H. Hill & Son I. E. CASTEX & K amid raimmiHeSa rVR STOCK WAS NE TBR SO FULL AND BEAUTIFUL AS THIS SEASON, AND WB INVITE TOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. QUALITY AND STYLE ARX OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION, AND THEN TO MAKE THE PRICES AS LOW AS POSSIBLE. -o Aur goods were bought with the greatest care and experience, and -we have almost every color, design and quality to ee lect from. Cashmeres, Henriettas, Serges, Cheviots, Flannels, Broadcloths, Ladies' Cloth, Camel's Hair and all kinds of Dress Goods, ither smooth, medium or rough effect?. Our 33 inch Illuminated Diugoiuils ..5c. ..35c ..30c Our 36 inch Jacquard Glace Suitings Our 36 inch Chcveron Wool Suitings -O- "yT"e have goods to suit eve rybody and our low prices are bound to satisfy. A new line of Ladies and Children's Shoes, Gloves, Hose, and Underwear. -O- Our Millinery Department is the Largest in the State, THE FEATHERB0NE Vfesell the Featherbono on.iiu days trial, fully Warranted, - 1. 1 asm 4 eo. COTTONSEED HIGHEST MABKET PRICE PAID FOR COTTON SEED -AT THE- G0LDSB0R0 OIL MILLS. GOLDSBORO N. O. d & w tf . ' BLACK DIAMOND Fountain Fens. Universal Favorites. For sale by WATTS & WATTS. Yes, Too Busy rpO writo detailed 1 "ads." Isn't it suffi cient to remind you that we are a Spe cialty House and that we have an un surpassed line of MASCULINE R&IMENTV AND EXQUSITE FURNISHINGS not forgetting; ; Our Correct Styles in Hats. m0 Eiastein Clotlg Company. Correct Dressers and Haberdashers. I. B. FONVIELLE. S 1. B. FONVIELLE heading N E A S S A C T E A A L Grocer. GOLDSBORO, N. C B R A OBELISK - FLO IK HIS BRAND OF- Flour has been given N a p. by all who use it, to be the very best on the market Give it a trial and be con-f D vinced that it has no equal O R M Y STOCY OF GROCER -I ies is complete in every par-l ticnlar, and I am better pre J pared to meet the demands! L oi tbe public than ever beH fore. My prices are in accord! with the hard times, and if O C O F F E E yon would save money give me a can. F I. B. FONVIELLE F Leading Grocer. T E -WAI NUT ST.,- GOLDSBORO, N. C A FONVIELLE. THE GROCER. 69 cents. call your special attention to a line of corsets! 5 hooks, extra lgth in DRAB AND WHITE, WHICH WE ARE NOW OFFERING AT 69 cents. H. Weil & Bros., 80, 83, 84 and 86, W. CENTRE St. Pictures Taken Tin Types taken at the New York -r Gem Gallery are the best and cheapest. We have just opened in this city on - , West Centre St., next to the old bank in our new tent, Our tent being built on the house plan r is heated in cold weather with hot stoves. NEW YORK GEM CO Busy? Ssa FACTS ARF STUBBORN 1 HINQS. IFrotn Tarboro ' Southerner,' Julf 11. While viattlng Tarbom, on July 8th, I was requested to visit Miss Mary E Btaton, seven miles from town, ho for seven weeks had been suffering excruciating agony from some blood po'son, supposed to be poison oak. J3n last Tuesday, at her request, I went to see her. and expected to see great suffering, but was wt prepared for the - scene that met me. I found the patient broken out nil ov-r with an erup tion which had occasioned such intense itching that during the paroxysms she was perfectly uncontrollable, and bad scratched and torn herself to pieces until her agony was indescribable. During these par oxysms she would have to bet held, and her screams could be hen rd a lung distance. She would pray for death to come to her relief; her whole body was purple and raw, exuded a yellow water which satu rated the bed through. several th ck quilts that day she had possessed herself of a thick gutta-percha coarse comb, and before she could be prevented, had raked herself with it with such . force as tobrefd out some of the teeth, thus adding to ber agony. She was attended by some good physicians as Tarboro and her neighborhot-d conld afford, but their treatment afforded only occasional relief by outward applications, and no permanent benefit, as the par oxysms continued to return with increas ing violence. Upon viewing the condition of the patient I called the family together and told them to bear witness that I ntox ised nothing. I could not tell whether my Remedy ,ould relieve or rot, as I had never even imagined such suffering, but it could do no harm and might do good. I then gave her a large dose of the Bitters and as soon as the paroxysm ws over, I sponged her whole body with the Wash. While doing so she would call out, MOh, that does feel so good" I then gave her another dose of the Bitters, and she was soon in a sweet sleep. I continued this treatment, and whenever the itching would recur I would sponge the body instantly with the Wash, which in every instance allayed in the irritation or itching and warded off those violent paronyms. She did not have an attack during tho day, and by 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon the disease was under perfect control. The itching would recur, but every time was allayed by the application of the Wash. I left her Wednesday easy and comfortable. with directions for the treatment to be con tinued during the night and as long as was necessary. I came again to see her to-d iy, Saturday, the 12th, and found her up and dressed and in the regular prose cution of her household duties. She is en tirely relieve 1, although she will.of course, have to take the Bitters some time to com pletely eradicate the poison from hei blood. During Wednesday she frequently call for the Bitters, as she craved its sooth ing and quieting effects, and during the day administered a whole bottle, with the above .results, thus proving, what I have always claimed, that my Remedy in an infallible antidote for all blood ! urity. a am respecuuiiy, MRS. JOE 1 fcjtSON. This is to certify that the foregoing statement is perfectly correct in every par ticular, as we were eyewitnesses of Miat Mary's suffering and the wonderful relief affurded by Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy. NICHOLAS STATON, FELIX STATON, r , -CORNEU US STATON, pattie Mcdowell. Tarboro, N. C. July 12th. Jg84. This is to certify that Mrs. Joe Person's statement in legard to my suffering is true and perfectly correct in every respect as regards my condition and the relief af forded by her Remedy. MARY 8TATON. Tarboro, N. C., July 12th, 1884. MERIT WILL TELL IN THE LOHQ RUN. Tarboro, N. C. Feb. 4, H85. Mrs. Joe Pebscn: Madam. Ship at once 5 gross of your Remedy and 3 gross Wash We are doing well with it in Tar boro, and sales are rapidly increasing, and it has given satisfaction, so far as we hav learned, in every case. We are respectfully, E. B. HODGES & CO. I ALWAYS SELL ! Some may ask the question: ."Why do you?" Because my prices are cheap for good goods I Calicos 3 to CyC; yard wide dress goods, 10c per pard; Ginghams, 6 to 10c per yard; Challies and Lawns, 3fc per yd: all Summer goods very low; drees goods worth 10 cents, at 6T; Bedford Cords, 6c; Socks, 6c; Stockings, 5c; Bed Ticking, 9 to'18c per yd j yard wide Home spun, 5 c per yd. SHOES ! Children's, 20c. to $1.50, Men's Congress andBals 85 cents to $4.00; Ladies' But ton and Lace, 75 c. to 2.25. HATS all kinds, just received, -at any price. Call and see them to-day. GL ASQ WARE. 200 styles of Glass IWare; butter dish sugar dish, spoon holder and cream pitcher, only 25c; Water set, 8 ' tumbelrs, pitcher and waiter, only (59 c; castor, com plete only $1. ,.y : o- ; . GROCERIES. Cakes and candy 10c per pound, rice 5c per pound, sugar 5c starcn 5c, 20-oajace bar soap 5c, good coffee 161 c - All kinds lamp goods cheap. . Give me a call. F.B.S Edmundson. marll-tf. . AN OPEN LETTER. Mono anton, N. C, June 28, 1893. Mrs. Joe Person, Kif.rell, N. C..1 DEAR MADAM I have used your Remedy as av 'Tonic and Blood Purifier and unhesitatingly pronounce it the " best that I hare tried. I feel satisfied that it will do all yon claim for iti ; ; ReayectrollyV ; " II. D. LlQtTUt, Pastor Baptist Church. - For sale by , leading Druggists and Dealers.