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GIT "This A.BGxra o'er the people's rights Doth an eternal vigil keep ; ' No soothing strain of Maia's son Can lull it3 hundred eyes to sleep' VOTi. XVI. GOLDSBORO, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892 -i NO. 29 THE - 1 "1 THE ARGUS DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBBCBIPTION KATK8 FOK DJLT One copy, one year, in advance. ... $ 5 00 copy, six months, in advance. . 2 SO One copy one month, in advance. . 50 Off" There can no better medium for advertising than through our columns, as our paper goes daily into the hands of its many readers, thus keeping them ever re minded of our advertising merchants; and aa the chief reason for constant adver tising is to have the advertisements read as often as possible ; the advantage of ad vertising in Tee Daily Argus is at once evident, as our patrons will have their ad vertisements read afresh every day. Kates furnished on application. LOCAL. BRIEFS. The Cleveland cannon was fired in Goldsboro yesterday bright and early. Thk Goldsboro Rifles meet in regular weekly drill at their An mory Hall tosnight. A. full attend ance of members is ordered and expected. It ia now in order for the Itepub licana of the nation and the "Radical-annex" the Third party of this section, to adjourn sine die: espe cially the die, for both are defunct. Thb county board of canvassers, according to law, will meet in this city to-day to canvass the returns of Tuesday's election, and make the election of our various Democratic candidates unanimous. An old colored man seeking "elec tion news " from . ns yesterday said, " that he had heard as how Cleve land was elected and tho whole world had gone Democratic?" Well, "our world" has gone Demo cratic. The city was full of Democrats yesterday from all over Wayne county who came to town to hear the glori ous news and remained to rejoicejover the signal and unprecedented Dem ocratic victory in the county, State and nation. No sooner was the election of Cleveland a?enred yesterday than the price of cotton advanced a quarter of a cent and the price of meat dropped 15 points. U.eve land is indeed the friend ot the American farmer. The Argus is going out daily and weekly to an increasing number of tnrixtv subscribers, it you are a business man and desire to reach readers whose trade goes to intelli gent and reliable advertising you should avail yourself of the columns of this paper. At the residence of the bride's parents in this county Mr. J. F. wooten and Miss Bettie Musgrave, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Musgrave, were married yesterday afternoon in the presence of a small circle of admiring friends and rela tives. A grand torch-light celebration would be in order. What says the Cle' Vand and Carr Campaign Club? Let Viave one. Suppose the Club me to-night, the regular weekly - meetu night, and decide upon the questio. v Listen for the ringing of the court pouse bell, and u you near u, come. - The city is handsomely billed for the appearance of the renowned and everywhere popular McCabe &Young Operatic Minstrels in the Messenger Upera House next Thursday night, November 17th. . Reserved seats will be pat on sale at Miller's Pharmacy next Tuesday .morning, ana every one may be assured of a thoroughly rennea ana enjoyame minstrel per formance. To those really honestly deceived Democrats who wandered off to th- Third party in search of Reform we say come on back where you belong and enjoy the victory that ' Democracy has won and white supremacy has achieved. The blessings of our success are to be shared in alike by all the American masses, whoee interests and happi ness are toe dearest care of the grnd old Democratic party. TUESDAY IN GOLDSBOEO. S3ENES AT THE POLLS : ABRO GATE AND USURPATION RAMPANT. Colored Women Surround the Vot ing Grounds, at the earnest solici tation of Maj. Grant, J. Prank Dobson and Geo. Wassom, and be- seige the colored voter?, driving them with wild gestures, threats and force to vote the Third Party County Ticket- Before the Bar of Public Opinion The Argus has been telling the people all along that Thirdpartyism was allied with the liepublican party and meant nothing else, if ism. I If any one doubted this, surelv all doubts were allayed yesterday by the scenes at tne voting grounds in this city and especially on the court hone yard, where the Fourth ward and township vote, and where the negro women had assembled in great numbers and were rampant all over the grounds throughout the en tire day. Snch disgraceful conduct, brazen impudence and violent threats have never before been, expe rienced here. They would not permit the colored men to vote as they pleased, but demanded that they vote the Third party ticket of the county and the State and nationalEepublicau ticket, ana wherever they found a colored man who was thought to be averse to voting the Third Party Radical annex county ticket they literally besiged him with vioa lence and one colored man who voted the Democratic county ticket, was set upon by a dozen or so these rampant colored women on his way home and beat unmer cifully. All this, they say, is due to the insidious work and midnight meet ings and incendiary speeches of Major H. L. Grant, whose first ap pearance and occupation in Golds boro was as a commander of a company ot negro soldiers, that be lead against the white people of the South and he is still at his old trade, only he has conscripted the negro women and enhstea them also in the service. He boldlv usurped the Colored'school building in this city Monday night, where, according to previous "word sent out," the col ored women of the city and town ship assembled en masse, and were addressed by Maj. Grant, J. Frank Dobson, and Wassoin tue colored mail agent; and in consequence, with Radical chairman J. Frank Dobson on the outskirts, the negro women were out at the polls yes terday and the colored vote was driven to the mongrel Third party ticket ot this county, but the "un terrified Democracy" were equal to the emergency, and this county and this State is still assured of white supremacy and good govern ment and for the perpetuation ot snch the white people of this sec tion are more determined than ever to stand together. They are determined that no in ferior race nor invading Radical office seekers nor depraved white sup porters of local renown, shall domi nate our people, reap with unright eous hands the- emoluments of our public offices of trust, retard our progress or a wan our r common in terests. This is a "government of the peo- ple,for the people and by the people"; but they are white people : that is what Democracy i& white suprem acy. ; What we have written we haye written as the righteous expression of an honest, Morn-toned, Ions pa tient, law-abiding people, who al- through goaded as they were yester day, maintained their souls m . pa tience,but who have,nevertheless, de termined that if it has come to the survival of the fittest they will do the! surviving. DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHS CLEVELAND AND -STEVENSON ARE SUEELY ELECTED. NEW YORK AND ILLINOIS BOTH GO DEMOCRATIC. WAYNE COTJNTT. We thought yesterday we would be able to give a tabulated, vote of the county in this morning's issue, but owing to the slowness with which the returns came in yesterday and the exceeding number of town ship tax collectors, etc., it was im possible to get the vote tabulated and in type for our issue this morning. Suffice it to say, that the entire Democratic county and Legislative ticket is elected by a safe majority. Hon. J3. F. Aycock, for the 9th Senatorial district, including Wayne, Duplin and Pender countiesia also elected. In fact, everything in the State has gone overwhelmingly Dem ocratic. - STATE. Raleigh, Nov. 9. The Con gressional returns are now so far complete as to show positively that the Democrats have elected their Congressmen in all districts save the Fifth. There Williams, Democrat, has 400 majority with one county to hear from, which usually gives small liepublican majority. The re sult will be very close with odds in Williams favor. The Democrats will have threewfourths of the Leg islature. Their State ticket gets 40,000 majority and their Judicial ticket over 60,000. Indiana 20 precincts in Indiana give Harrison 64,707, Cleveland 58,- 724; same precmcts m 1890 gave Trusler 54,124, Matthews 53.025: Republican gain of 10,395, Demo cratic gain of 5,399; net Republican gain of 4,696. Virginia, A little more than two thirds of State heard from gives Cleveland plurality of 28,100 with in dications of an increase in complete returns of 45,00. Tyler, Democratic candidate lor Congress in 2nd dis trict has plurality of at least 6,000. Lemocrats claim that Epes will pull through with a majority of about 500; if so entire delegation will be Dem ocratic. Illinois 1,097 precincts give Aldger 198,326, Fifer 178,244, Des Moiaes, Iowa The Leader. Democrat, says Iowa is Republican oy small plurality. Congressmen saved. Washington 70 precincts erivei Harrison 8.112. Cleveland 2.704.: Weaver 1,683, McGaw 2,323. Snivellv, 3,140. The Republican yote in Penney l-i vania receives a plurality of 74,680. The Congressional delegation will stand 18 Republicans and 10 Dem ocrat; a gain of one for the Repub licans. ' Chicago The latest returns do not abate in any way from decisive Democratic victory in the Stat of Illinois on national and State tick ets. Conservative men of all parties now generally agree that the Demo cratic plurality, in Illinois will be about 10,000. Cleyeland's plurality in Delaware IS 5,600. California 670 precincts out of 1,924 outside of San Francisco, give Harrison 38,307, Cleveland 34,758, Weaver 7,909, Advices from Wheeling state that it is claimed at Democratic headquarters that they haye elected their entire State ticket and that Cleveland's plurality will reach five thousand. " Washington 116 out of 755 pre cincts gives Harrison 5,431, Cleve land 4,736; Weaver 3,024. Oregon 252 out of 645 gives Harrision 22, 127, Cleveland 8,708, Weaver 18,368. THE STATE DEMOCFt ITIC PRISTS- Wilmington Star. We wish to say thia emphati cally. We never saw ks efficient work done in North Carolina by the State Press as during this za.ni paign. We have activelj' engaged in the last eix Presidential cam paigns, and in all the State cam paigns eince the war with tho ex ception of 1868, when we were out of the State and residing in Memphis, we have never seen snch efficiency, such earnestness, snch hearty unanimity. The Dem ocratic editors have certainly ren dered most deserving, timely, ad mirable service. It was the f State Press or part of it that kept the Democratic fires going after June 1890. But for them the unprinci pled, reekless, unwise leaders and betrayers of tae Farmers' Alli ance' would have done a groat deal more harm than they did. All honor to the faithf al, watchful, true.-North Carolina Democratic Press. "They were made to teach, to lead and to bless, Those invincible brothers, the Pea and the Press". The rpeakers have done their work well and the lovers of the State and the friends of sound and safe Government appreciate their remark able services. Uut they rest now ur: til another campaign begins, two or four years hence. In the meantime, all through the coming months, from year's end to year's end, the faithful, untiring, ceaseless Press will be guarding the interest of the people, and keeping an eternal watch oyer the doings of demagogues, dis cussing public measures, urging sound principles, defending the States, denouncing wrong and rascal ity, and keeping the politicians straight. An enlightened Press are the conservators of liberty, the guardians of the true interests of the people, the teachers of princi pies that alone can give perma nency to free institutions and pro tection to the citizens in life, lib erty and property. They are the advocates of all that ia pure in morals, good in Btatesmanehip, safe and wise in economical science. They are a beacon to guide and warn off hidden rocks and danger ous shores. Long live an enlighten ed, free, pure PreBS that staudfirma ly by the right and are on the right side of all moral questions. Cleveland Votes. New York, Nov. 8. Ex-Presid ent Cleveland left his house at 10.25 a. m., and walked to the polling place, accompanied by his butler, Wm. P. Sinclair, and James F. Par ker. It was 10.30 when they reached the polling place, No. 76 Sixth avenue There were twenty-five jnen in line when the ex-President arrived. They recognized him, and raising their hats, bowed. When Cleveland step ped up to the polls clerk and gave hisname, a Republican heeler chal lenged his vote, but was quickly hust led out of the way. Mr. Cleveland recived a bunch of ballots, marked No. 186, and went into the fifth booth to select his tickets. It took him just six minutes to prepare his tickets'. 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Fresh Fish The undersigned has opened a stand in the City Fish Market, where he can supply fresh fish daily to the public. A generous share of patronage is earnestly solicited. Respectfully, tf. JOS. O'BEERY. BOARDERS. Mrs. B. F. Arrington has returned to Goldsboro and occupies her former resi dence on George Street, where she is pre pared to accomodate a nmitea number or boarders either with table board or with rooms furnished. - Parties desiring terms can apply at res dence, D & W. 1 m, Nov. 8. Notce of Copartnership. MR. JOE ROSENTHAL having pur chased the interest of our late Mr. E. Ro senthal in the bvsiness of H. Weil & Broc, has been this day admitted as a member of the firm, vh'cb. will be carried on as furmeilv under tbe name acd s'ylc of II. "Weil & Bros. Respectfully, HENRY WEIL, JNoy. 7, 1802. SOL. WEIL. A Card. We take pleasure i i embracing this ofJ poi lub , ty to thank our friends and patrons for the r generous and l:beral patronage bestowed on us in tbc '-ast, and we shall eadeavor by strict a diiercnce to good bus iness principles and fair dealing to merit the same in the future. Very respectfully, H. WEIL & BROS. Hotel. Kennon (Formerly Hotel Gregory) Goldsboro, N. C. NE OF THE FINEST AND Be3t Hotels in tbe State. It is what Goldsboro has long needed a first class Hotel, with all Modern .Con veniences. The best nioals for the money in the State. o- Erf, ADIES WILL FIND- -o Large and pleasant parlors and at tentive porters who will chef. k and transfer yonr baggage fre- F. L.Castex, Propr. THE FIGHT!! Is on iu every Mne of trade, and I am in the ring a-d must stie'r. He-;. iff had aa 0"portuniiy f. contract wkh one i: ai for 00 kalios of oyster I ?et them and tiro ve.r finest -at pk.ces tint enabfesme to defy competition. f ises.. o.ii-'K men, a tso'd iweit'iO. c ;;" c t p, (jiiai-. , no vat C ci 3 m wa' a : JH select iOi' I irs, 'J't ctl p r niiart: 20 eta per v Oi. t $ f $ - The finest oynter crackers on the market. Thankful for past patronage and by borest dealire and sti ct attention to business I ask fora continuance oElheeame. RcspcetruMy. J. D. DANIELS. B"My Oyster Restaurant is open at all hours, with .he best oyslex cook in the cily Try him. Kas - Ce.itre . tieet. GOTTOM SEED We p!.y lull vaiie in catii for Cotton Seed deli v red atfnrwoiks in Goldsboro, or on b;!ir1 ;nr at your depot in car load lofp; or we will exchange for cotton seed the standard Fertilizer, PBOLIFIC COTTON GROWER on liberal terms. Cottf-n Seed Meal Exchanged for Cotton Seed on satisfactory terms. All communications promptly answered. Address GOLDSBORO' Oil MILLS. GOLDSBORO N. C. Or, F, K. BOEDEN, Sec'y and Treasurer. NOTICE. On Saturday, November 19th. 1892, at 12 o'clock, m., I will sell, for cash, at the place of business of the late John O, Thompsoa, on East Crntre Street, the personal effects of the said John O. Thompson, consisting ot wim s, liquors, tobacco, cigars . and othr r peruonal propeity too tedions to mention. W. T. DOKTCH, 1 pr w) Qotsboro, Oct, 26, '92. Ad'm ft p. I h r . .. .