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Tnii Daily Argus.
JOS. E. ROBINSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "ii i Aaous soeki to bo a reliable paper or ;h pBopseandthotiimlly Democratic, and b O ii-uiiT to iliacuss no Issue -wherein the people's r;;!:c i-r mistake. Progressive, abreast of the a so, ivo snail always endeavor to keep our edi orial and local columns up to the day aud p. nar. Our circulation is rapidly Increasing, id s?e hope to eoon have the largest circula tion sty taper in Eatltrn rcitl. f tiolint. KuUrelrJ.the PntofKct at OoMOoro. X. C as Second Citiss Matter. UOLDl?ORO, N. C, NOV. 10, 1382. OUU VICTORY. Tho victory which the Demo cratic party haa achieved in the great e'ection through which we have jtist passed means more than a simple outnumbering of votes: it means more than the confined com pass of a newspaper article can express: it ha3 one great and para mount meaning, however, &aAthat ia that the people the masses in this free country, the home of lib erty and the brave, can be trusted to do the right when they know the right. The campaign leading up to Tuesday's election was known and styled everywhere as a campaign of education. And such truly it was; a id this fact makes our victory the more glorious, because it shows that the people of our great common country are patriotic above pelf and know how to appreciate the priceless privilege of self-government. It is hardly worth while to do more now than give expression to our joy over the victory won; for few will pause amidst the first flush of enthusiasm to give sober reflection to what it all means; but, as Qrover Cleveland 6aid when he sent his immortal tariff message to Congr3SS m the face of what he knew, and his friends told him would en tail defeat upon him, in the election ot '88, "there is one Elan in my mind who ia down trodden and oppressed by the high tariff, whose relief is more to me than my own personal success, and that man is the American farmer," eo to us, in the midst ot the glare and glamoar of victory, there ia one man whom the American masses can never honor enough, who k at the head of our great victory tojday, and that man is Geovek Cleveland, who dared to do tho right, and who had "rather be right than be President." All men, even "the enemies he has male", recognize in Grover Cleve land something more than a great Statesman and great patriot. They bow to the steadfast faith and pur pose in the man who entailed upon himself defeat with the right rather than win victory with the wrong; and who patiently yea, sublimely bore the malefactions that he mush bear who dares to be wiser than his age, and who risked his political fortunes in an effort to break the high tariff chains that have so long encumbered our people and free them from the vampire enthraldom of government-nurtured monopolies. And now that he has triumphed at last, and his glorious victory brings joy and relief in its wings to the toiling' American masses, truly can we say of him, in the words of an unknown poet : 4Tbi s makes the hero, tho' his faults may glare, . To think beyond the age,with proph et's sight To see the whole round world and boldly dare To lead man out from darkness into light", Editor Argus; -The election in this county-, yesterday has raised a problem in my mind, and that is whether the negio party b wallowed the Third party, or the Third party the negro party, or were they like the story of the two snakes who com menced swallowing each other, and after the swallowing process was over, nothing was left of either. May be J. F. Dobson or Abbott L. Swinson, the respective Chairmed of the two parties in question, can answer. Enquirer. peath of Dr. 8. 8. Satchwell. Dr. S. S. Batch well, one of the most prominent physicians in Eait ern North Carolina, died yester day after a short illness, at his home in Bnrgaw, Pender county. Dr. Satchwell was about seventy years of age. He was born in Washington county, N. C, and camo to New Hanover in 1845. He was a graduate of the Medical Department of the University of New York and after gradnation studied for his profession in Paris. Daring the late war he was a sur geon in the Confederate service,had charge ol a hospital at Wilson, N. C. He was active in the organiza tion ot the North Carolina Board of Health, and was a zealous mem ber of the State Medical Society, serving for some time as its presi dent. He was the first Presiden t of tho North Carolina Board of Health. Dr. Satchwell was thrice married, HiB last wife died about a year ago, He had a large fam ily .of children, all but one of whom are grown: several residing in the West and bouth, and. one in JNew Mexico. He was a member of the M. E. Church South. His funeral is announced to take place this afternoon, from Grace M. E. Church, in this city. The remains will be interred in Oakdale Cemetery. Wil. Star. Rev. T. H. Pritcba rd. D, t. Whereas, Onr beloved pastor T.p, Pritchard, D. D., has thought it nis duty to oner his resignation, to take effect January 1st, prox imo, and whereas, the church has accepted his resignation, in de ference to his wishes, being empha sized by his determination, after it had been once declined almost unanimously; therefor e, be it Jiesolved, That in severing this intimate, cordial and affectionate relationship which has existed with so much profit to our church for nine years, we feel deeply con ecioua of the lois we will sustain, both as to a spiritual advisor and a strong and sympathetic friend. That we feel grateful to our Heavenly i ather that he has per mitted ns 'to sit nnder his teaching so long a time, and for the sweet influence of a life which has preached to us not only "the nn cearchable riches of Christ." but has -impressed us with "the beauty of holiness" as exemplified in his every-day life of patience, forbear ance, and " the greatest of all, " charity. That while in the history of onr church during this period there has been an occasional disturbance marring the symetry of the whole; yet our pastor has been the ever bold, faithful and fearless advocate of the right, with his people as his trusted allies. That we point with humble grat itude to God, to the substantial and steady growth of our faith in this community, as evidenced by the establishment of a chnrcb, almost as large as our own, in another part of our city, a chapel and home for the aged and infirm; the placing of a handsome large organ in our church; the addition of a lecture room nearly completed, and above all, the pervading conviction that we are in a better condition to do effectual work for The Master than ever before in our history, We commend him to the lovoof the brethren at Charlotte, who are fortunate in the prospect of his future labors, and ask their con sideration of Heb. 13-17: Obey them that have the rule over yon and submit yourselves; for they watch for your souls, as they must give an account; that they may do it with joy and not with grief; for that is unprofitable. That we offer as our farewell to our pastor. Josh ; 1-9 : " Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage ; be not ; afraid, neither be thou .dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with - thee whither soever thou goest p-. That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the church and a copy each be Sent to the pastor and the church at Chaildttei.t"; ' lZ ' ' ; -. J. 0. STBVKSBOJir, V. . ; . J, H. Fkbem an, - Com. W. E. WiLLiAKsjr Y "Makes the mare go!" And makes prices low for goods' that ia wliy I s.Il so cheap. I buy lor cash and s 11 for chbIi. Dote the fallowing low prices. Edmundson's Job, price 35, for 25 cents, Above All, price 40, lor 35 cents. Ten other kinds at 25 cents per pound. All grades snufl. Cigars 1 to 5 cts. Trunks, $ 1.20 to $1.75. Cotton Worsted 5 cts, White and Red Flannel from 20 to 25 cents per 1 yard, Canton Flannel, 7i to 10 cents jer yard Woolen Dress '. Goods, from 10 to 2 cts pir y'd : ' Sugar, Soda, Startch, 5 cents per pound. Coffee, 16 oeDts, Spice, 15 cents, Parched Coffoe, 25 cents per pcund. And lots , of other things in fact erery thing that pertains to a first class grocery, at rock bottom prices. J3fA lady's shoe solid, from 90 to $1.75. A man's Shoe, Solid, from $1 up. 82F"The above prices art spot cash. No credit If goods do not suit return them in as good condition as when bought, dpi ri I will refund the cash for t o ED. Xi, HBJ&OJlBgJI, Opposite Hill's drug store Wdfefct gt HOW ABOUT Your Election Bets Yon Know We Have The Best Stock Cf Hats In The City You Know We Are For The Neatest Goods - Yon- You Enow Know That Our A Stock Correct Of Dresser Clathing Must Is Come The And Best See Selected Onr - Id Stock. Town, And, after election come and see us, and we will fix that bet for you. o Einstein Clothing Co., Correct Dressers and Haberdashers. Under Kennon HoteL . jLL PERSOKS INDiSBTEDr To me, either by note or accof are earnestly , requested to come fenyard and settle in full or in part, as J .am in need of money. Respectfully, 5, W.H. HUGGINS. Notice tlJM-83. ATLiUTTIC COAST LI -ViLMLVC- Iih t WfckilOS'R. kLand Braoeles. CO Nl hJN H Vt I SCI IEDTJIK. T KA INeJ liOLNS SOUTH. Dated May 31, iiSiSJiffa.4!. 18U2 o astMU Dally, ex SO Daily. Sunday. Lv Weldon 1230 pn 5 43 p m 8 10 a m Ar Rocky M lillpm 6 as 7 01) am Ar Taiboro .. 218 p m Lv Tarboro 12 58 pin 6 00pm Ar Wilson 818 pm TOCpm 7 40 am Lv Wilson 230pm Ar Selena 3 2 p m Ar Fayetteville.. 620 pm Lv Ooldsboro. ... 315 pm 740 pm 830 am Lv Warsaw (15 p m gso a m Lv Magnolia 427 pm 840 pm 944 am Ar Wilmington... 600 pm 855 p m 1125 a m NO. 15 DAH.T. TRAINS GOING NORTH. Sh No. 40 o-S c-3 Dallye. S5 a Sunday. Lv Wiioamstoa .. 2 35am 915am 420 pm Lv Magnolia 1 64 .... 1057 a w 602 p m Lv Warsaw 1111 a m 615 p m Ar OoMaboro 2 55 a m 1205 p m 710 p m Lv Fayetteville t93) a m LV Selma ... 113) a in Ar Wilson 1230pm Lv Wilson 335 a m 1256 p m 804 p m Ar Rocky Mount. 4 03 .... 130 pm 839 pm Ar Tarboro 6 80a m 2 18 p m Lv Tarboro 12 58 p m - Ar Weldon....j .. 5 05 a m 855 p ra'lOOO pm Train on Sootland Neck Branch Koad leaves Weldon,4 00 p m., Halifax 4 22 p m; arrives Sootland Neek at 6.15 p m., Greenville 6 52 p. m.. Kinston 8,00 p. m. Ke turning leaves Kington 7-10 a. m., Greenville 8 25 a m. Arrive Halifax at 11 00 a m.. Weldon 1126 a m, daUy except Sunday. Trains on Washington Branch leave Wash ington 7.00 a, m arrives A & R. Junction 8 40 . n. -Miminjrieave A. & R. Junction 7,10 .i ves Washington 8,45 p. m. Daily i.x :-i -unday. Connects with trains on .Viovtii k ia and Raleigh R, R., and Scotland Keck Branch, Train leaves Tarboro. N.C., via Albemarle Sc Raleigh railroad, daily except Sunday, 4 40 S. A. .Sunday 3 00 p.m., arrive Williamston, N. .. T 03 p. ni., 4 20 p. m. Plymouth 8 30 p m 5 20 p m. Returning leave. Plymouth daily except Sunday, 6 00 a m., Sunday 9 00 am Williamston, 7 30 a m., 9 68 a.m., arrive Tar j.iro, 10 40a. m. 11 20am. Trains on Southern Division, Wilson and Fayetteville Branch leaves Fayetteville 5.8C p. ra., arrive Rowland 7 12. p. m. Returning leaves Rowland 7,35 a. m., arrive Fayette ville 9.2 0 a. m., daily except Sunday. Vl'rainon Midland, N . C, branch leaves Golds boro, doily except Sunday, 6 00 a. m., nrrive Smlthneld, 7 30 a. m. Returning leaves Smith Held, 8 00 a. m., arrive Goldsboro. 9 30 a. m. Train on Nashville branch lea res Rocky Mt . at 5 15 p. m.,arrivee Nashville 5 55 p.m., Spring Hope 6 30 p. m. Returning leaves Spring Hope 8 00 a. m., Nashville 8 35 a.m., arrive Rocky Mount 9 15 a. ni., daily, except Sunday Train on Clinton branch leaves Warsaw foi Clinton, daily, except Sunday, 6 20 p. m. ami 11 15 a. m. Returning leavaa Clinton at 8 20 a. m. and 8 10 p. m., ooaneeKLg at W araaw witb Ros. 41, 40, 23 and 7. Southbound trala on Wtlsen tc Fayottevill Danoh la No.U. Northbound is No. 50.Dailv except Sunday Train No. 2T, Bouth, and U Nertb, will sto only at Rocky Mouit, Wilson, Goldsboro an ' Magnolia. Train No. 78 makes close connection at We. oon lor au points North, dally. All rail va Richmond, and dally, except Sunday via Btj Line, also at Rocky Mount dully except Sun day. with Norfolk and Carolina tiailroad for Norfolk and ail points iNortn via Monoik. JOHN F. DIVINE, G'l Bupt .T. R. KENLV, Gon'l Manager. T.JH. EMiasOM. Traffic Manager. Atlantic & Koitb GaroJina B. P Time Table No. 22. TO TAKE 'EFFECT OCT. 17. 1890. TRAINS GOING BAST. STATIONS. No. 51 No. If LBAVB. P. M. A. M. Goldsboro 3 30 6 30 Best's 8 56 7 05 LaGrange 4 09 7 30 Falling Creek. 4 23 7 53 Kinston . 4 40 8 30 Oaewell 4 55 8 55 rovei 5 05 10 08 Core Creek 5 19 10 86 Tuscarora. 5 35 11 05 Clark's 5 41 11 41 Newbern 6 08 8 00 Riverdale 6 39 8 42 Croatan 6 44 8 50 Havelock 6 56 4 13 Newport .. 7 16 4 42 Wildwood ..... 7 24 .4 55 Atlantic .... .... 7 28 5 01 Alorehead City. " 7 43 6 21 Atlantic Hotel.... 5 28 Morehead Depot.. P. M TRAINS GOING WEST. STATIONS. No. 50.f No. 2.f LBAVK. A. M. A M Morehead Depot .6 25 7 00 Atlantic Hotel 7 15 Morehead City 6 47, 7 27 Atlantic .. 6 53 7 52 Wildwood... 7 03 3 05 Neewport 7 13 8 2' Havelock 7 33 9 04 Croatan . . 7 47 9 33 Riverdale 7 52 9 46 Newbern 8 30 1 30 Clark's 8 48 2 W Tuscarora 8 58 2 30 Core Creek t. . 9 12 8 00 Dover 8 28 8 40 CasweU 9 39 4 05 Kinston 9 53 5 00 Falling Creek 10 06 5 80 LaGrange 10 25 6 04 Best's 10 40 6 34 Goldsboro 11 10 P. J! connects with W. & W. train bound NSrth, leaving Goldsboro 12 10 p. m., and R. Ss D, train . Wast, leaving Goldsboro at 4 p. m. v No. fx. passenrer, dUT except Sun day, coansets with 11. & D. train, arriving Goldsboro 8.05 p. m., and W. & W. train from tho North at 8.10 p. m, tNo. 1. Mixed Ireht ana passenger Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TNo. a, mixed ieign ana passenger Monday, Wednesday and Friday, con r ; with W. & W. through feicht, Nonb bound, leaving Goldsboroatll.l0p. nl. Superiutondoitt HARD VIEW TIMES WE HAVii DEDUCED THE P1UCE O' ODR FURNITURE, u ARE NEEDING BEDSTEADS, BUREAU8, CHAIRS, SAFES, MATTRESSES, A SUIT OF FURNITURE, OR ANYTHING IN THE FUR NITURE LINE, COME TO SEE U8. QUR PRICES ARE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST, AND OUR STOCK THE LARGEST IN EASTERN CAROLINA. YOURS TRULY, Goldsboro, Raleigh and Durham. Gar Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats R eceived at our Mammoth Establishment and to be sold at Lower Prices than ever betora in con formity with the Hard Times. We offer tgreat in ducements in CLOTSIIlJTGr- For Men, Boys and Children. Boots and Shoes, and' endless variety, W sell only the beat of Goods, We recommend such makes as Zieg lers, Bay State and Banister's, Don't buy your Clotum and Shoes elsewhere, We are And, consequently, can give you a better quality, better fit and better selec tion and more stylish goods at KOCK BOTTOM PRICES than any. other establishment. Don't Competitjors will tejl yoa that pur priceare high.";' We guarantee 'nqt oniy the ijuahty.ot pur gooas, due aiso guarantee tnat you get oerxer gooat whicri are worth buying at our stores for less money than you will get elsewhere, This is a fact and, pur already i Qcrqasing trade is proof positive that'dnrlas) Ai.ia .)V(9asb;.ypa. only' one price 'ad tlia;r;neefx-bpi9petition.. . , A : child can'-buy1 gdbdsaa. cheap at our A 8 : the sharpest trader, and you can i WE OTTER SPECiAti IND U fJE3iENTS in Carpets Maitings, Rugs, Art Squares; also a full line of iO-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Blankets. . . A- full line asid preat .bargains in LADIES' CLOAKS, JACKETS and WRAPS. Our assortment in inspection , before buying; V - Give os a call and we shall varied assortment, second to none inathe State, and a pride to our city.: 80 82, 84 St 85 W. Centre TIMES OF THE VERY HARD LoadS always. ;be sure . that yoa get-fall valwtw - that line, is exquisite and we ask an be pleased to show you. our grand a Street, GOLDSBORO N, O, : , : '