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CONDENSED SCHEDULE. IN EFFECT MAY 89, 1 8U3. TRAINS tfOING SOUTH DA ILY. So tf Lt Richmond.... lr Burk vi Uo . . . . L.T Keys vllle. Ar Danyille At Greensboro Lt Goldsboro ArRaleifrta ..... LTiUleitfh liT Durham Ar Greensboro Iit Winston-Salem. XjT Greensboro Ar Salisbury Ar Statesvifle Ar Asheville Ar Hot Spring . . . . Lt Salisbury A r Charlotte Ar Spartaaburif . . . . Ar Greenville Ar Atlanta L.T Charlotte Ar Columbia..... .., Ar Auirusta iJ 00 pm ft 03 pm 6 42 pm s 10 pin 10 15 pin 4 00 pm B OJ fjQ S 15 pm 7 2i pm 10 Uu pm ta Z'y pm 10 ib pm 12 18 am 2 3i am 8 00 am 10 43 am 12 28 am 2 00 am 5 00 am 6 10 am 12 25 pin 2 10 am 5 52 am 9 37 am 6 00 ate 5 14 an. 8 10 an, 10 11 am t4 I.t pm 8 05 pm 7 0.1 am 1 58 am 10 00 c 10 20 am 1 09 pa 5 58 pm 12ipm l .so an 4 28 did 5 35 pa, 11 30 pnD 1 50 pi 5 45 pm 8 25 piE TRAINS GOING NORTH DAILY. NolO No 13 Lt Augusta Lv Columbia Ar Charlotte Atlanta Ar Charlotte Lt Charlotte Ar Salisbury Lt Hot Springs LTAsberiUe.... . .. Lt States vi lie A r Salisbury LvSaiisbury Ar Greensboro Ar Winston-Salem Lt Greensboro..... Ar Durham Ar Raleigh LTRJeigh ........ Ax Goldsboro Lt Greensboro Ar Danville Ar Keysrille Ar BurkvlUe Ar Richmond 7 00 pm 11 10pm 3 10 am 8 50 pm 6 40 am . 7 l0 tm ft 7 m 8 15 arc 12 4 pac 5 15 pit 8 05 am 6 "I pm 6 31 pm 8 10 pal U 39pm 2 30pm 708 pm R 05 nm 4 30 pm u uu am 2 60 am 4 Of ana 8 37 am 8 25 pm iu r pa, na in tt. 1140ara 12 01 am IS 7H p'Jl 1 23 pm 128 pm 3 05 r.m 3 00 am 1 8 45 am 11 M pm 10 45pai 12 45 am 4 15 am 4 57 am 1 10 air. 10 30 am 12 iu pm 2 46 pm 3 31 pm 5 30 pn Dally. t Daily except Runday. . BETWEEN WEST I'OINT & RICHMOND Leave West Point 7.50 a. m., daily, and $.51 a. m., daily except Sunday and .Monday; ar rive Richmond 9 05 and 10.40 a. m. Returning leave Richmond 3.10 p. m., and 4- 45 p. m., daily except Sunday; arrive West Point 5.00 and 00 p.m. BETWEEN RICHMOND AND RALEIGH VIA &.KJCSVILLE. Leve Richmond 3.20 p. m, daily; leave K eys vllle 4.M (.XL, arrive Oxford 8.08 a. m., Hen derson 9-20 a- di Durham 9.30 a. m., Kaleijrb 10.40 a. m. Keturmng leave Raleigh 8 15 p. m. daily Durham . V 26 p. m Henderson 9.30 p. m. Oxford 10JB p. m.: arrive Keysville 1,05 a. m Richmond 7.10 a. m. Pullman Pallace Sleeping Cars between Richmond and Raleigh on above trains, Mixed trains leave Keys vllle daily, except Sunday, 9.10 a. m.; arrives Durham 6.40 p. m. Leaves Durham 6.45a. m. daily except Sunday; arrives Oxford 7.45 a m. Additional train leaves Oxford daily except Sunday 11:06 p m., arrive Hen derson 11.59 p. rau, Returning leavt Henderson 7.00 a. m., daily exce Sunday Arrive Oxlord 8.00 D, m. Washington and Southwestern Vest! ule Limited operates between Washington and Atlanta daily, leaves Washington 11.00 P.M. Danville 6.5U A, M.. Greensboro 7.09 A. AI Salisbury 8,28 A. M., Charlotte 9 la A. 41. arrives Atlanta 5 85 P.M. Returning, leaves Atlanta 1.40 P. M., Charlotte 9.20 P. M., Salis bury 10.34 P. M Greensboro 13.00 P. I : ar riyes Danville 1.30 A.M.. Lynchbu"-g 3. 20 A. M.,Washington 8.38 A. M. Through Pullman Sleeper New York to New Orleans, also between Washington and Memphis, via Atlanta and Birmingham. Nos. and 12 conneot at tticauioa I Iron and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. SLEEPING CAB SERVICE. On Trains 9 and 10, Pullman Butlet '.loapu pjtwoen Atlanta and Mew York, Danville aa Augusta, On 11 and 12, Pullman Buffet Sleeper be tween Richmond and Danville, ... and Puiimau tiattet Sleep ers beiveeu New York, W&snugton and Knoxvll - via Danville. Salisbury and Ashe ville, and Pullman Sleepers between Wash ington and Atlanta. On trains 9 and 12 Pullman palace Sleeping Cars beiwetn Raleigh and Asheville. B. BERKLEY, Superintendent, Richjaoml, 7a. W A, Turk, Ass't. bea. Pass. Agt. Charlotte. N, C, W. H. Green, Gen'l M'gr, Atlanta, Ga. Jas.L. Taylor, Gen. Pass. Agent, Atlanta, ba. Sol Haas. Traffic Manager, Atlanta. Qa Ward's Tonsorial Palace Nothing Buoceedslikesucess: this oas been the experience of A. D. Waid, the Barbel .since he opened business in Goidsboro, cniil he is now able to anuounce to the public that ihe has got the best equipped ami most satis factory Tonsorial Palace in the State. All the popular Barbers of the city are n:w mployed in his establishment, proc and oourtneas.as follows JIM BATES, CHARLIE H. DENT, OLIVER BADGER. JOHN D. WILLIAMS. Centinulngto thank thopublio oner ous patronage they have extended j-o since I moved with my family Goldsboro and pur chased home here, and assuring them that I shall continue to exercise my best efforts lor their oontinuedaemf ort and satisfaction in my line I remain Verj respectfully. A D WARD. At Fordham's old aiand. Bast Centre Street Goldsboro N. O. O ity Taxes ! Tbe attention of all concerned is called to Bee. 5, of .the City Ordinance, which is as follows : The tax collector Shall, from and after the first day of November, each year proceed to collect the Taxes upon real and personal property and polls, that may be then due and unpaid by distress, as provided by law ". Save costs by coming to the Mayor's office and settling your taxes without delay. J. W. GUL1CK, Oct. 26, 88, Tax Collector. UOJCilJgBOllO MARKETS. Corrected Daily by B. M. Privott Wholesale Provision and Grain Ualer. .COUNTRY PRODUCE.! C otttn Hams Side . Shoulders , Lard .... - 7,75 12 9 8 9 9 10 Fodder 90 1 00 Corn, Meal .. Peas Peanuts.... ... 55 60 60 65 90 1 00 65 O70 45 a 60 Kggs Chickens Bees Wax.... W" 10 a 11 - 15 a 0 80 S3 8 ft, 9 FACTS ARF SUBBORN THINGS. From Tarboro Southerner, July 17.1 While visiting Tarboro, on July 8th, I was requested to visit Miss Mary E Staton, seven miles from town, who for seven weeks had been suffering excruciating agony from some blood poison, supposed to be poison oak. On last Tuesday, at her request, I went to see her, and expected to see great suffering, but was not prepared for the scene that met me. I found the patient broken out all over with an erup tion which had occasioned such intense itching that during the paroxysms she was perfectly uncontrollable, and had scratched and torn herself to pieces until her agony was indescribable. During these par oxysms she would have to be held, and her screams could be heard a long distance. She would pray for death to come to her relief; her whole body was purple and raw, exuded a yt How water which satu rated the bed through several th ek 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 to breed out some of the teeth , thus adding to her agony. She was attended by some good physicians as Tarboro and her neighborhood could afford, but their treatment afforded only occasional relief by outward applications, tnd 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 prom ised nothing. I could not tell whether my Remedy would relieve or not, 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 wrs over, I sponged her whole body with the "Wash. While doing so sho would call out, "Oh, that does feel so good" I then gave her another dose of the Bitters, and she was soon in a sweet slee;:. I continued this treatment, and whenever the itching would recur I would sponge the body instantly with the W ash, which in every instance allayed in the irritation or itching ' and warded off those violent paroxsyms. She did not have an attack during the 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 W ash. 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 ty, 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 I 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 ':murity. I am respectfully, MRS. JOE 1 UiitSON. This is to certify that the foregoing statement is perfectly correct in every par ticular, as we were eyewitnesses of Miss Mary's suffering and the wonderful relief afforded by Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy.' nicholas staton, felix staton, cornelius staton, pattie Mcdowell. Tarboro, N. C. July 12th. 1 884. 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 STATON. Tarboro, N. C, July 12th, 1884. MERIT WILL TELL IN THE LONG run: Tarboro, N. C. Feb. 4, 18S5. Mrs. Joe Peescn: Madam. Ship at once 5 gross of your Remedy and 2 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. AN OPEN LETTER. Mobganton, N. C, June 28, 1892. Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: DEAR MADAM I have used yonr Remedy as a Tonic and Blood Purifier and unhesitatingly pronounce it the best that I have tried. I feel satisfied that it will do all you claim for it. Resyectfully, H. D. Lequex, Pastor Baptist Church. For sale , by leading Druggists and Dealers. A. B. O'NEIX, PEACTICAIi BOOT AND SHOE MAKER I Repairing Neatly and -Promptly Done. Satisfaction Guaranteed Always. Shop on West Centre Street, up stairs on second floor of old Messenger Buildin For nobby suits suits that have all the essence of tailor made suits you will have to get ours. EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO The i Daily Abg& i OOLDSBORO N. C. NOV. 10. 2. THK NOBLEST RUliE OF IiIFK. There is no life, however low Or humble in its birth, . That may not from its store bestow ;. Some brightness o'er the earth. The tiniest star, though far away. Doth send an offering down. And helps by its tremulous, golden ry The brow of night to crown. The river hastening to ths sea, With all its gathered treasures, Yields up its offerings, full and free; Their worth it never measures. Thus nature proves in many a way The noblest rule of living. Would ye receive? then day by day. Increase thy store by giving. - Zion's Herald. FRESH FUW. The Sharp antl Wittv Maytv rtbe Preaa Men. Peatherstone. Well, old man, I am glad to hear that you are en gaged to be married. Fallinjc in love, sir, bringa out qualities in a man that he never suspected, Ringway. I agree with you. I never knew before (sadly) that I had the capacity for pe? ding so much money. . .. There was a very email audience present and it was very, rapidly dwindling away. On the, stage the hero and heroine are holding a rendezvous. Hero (to heroine) "Are we alone!" x Heroine (thinking of the audi ence) "Not yet ; there are two fellows near the door who look as if they might be able to sit through another act," New York "Week- Have you any second-hand shoes? inquired a joung lady at a leading Louisville shoe store. We don't sell secondhand shoes, miss, said the clerk, shortly. No, of course not. I didn't want to buy them, but if you happened to have any that had been left here by persons buying new ones, you know, 6he suggested mysteriously. Ob, certainly. Here are a pair of buttoned boots kid but quite worn out. Would they do ? What number are they? Twos small twos at that. And here is one bronze slipper thir teen, misses' size. Bat thirteen is an unlucky num ber, she said, anxiously. Not in shoes, miss. And here is a No. 1 not badly worn. I will tako them all. Thank yon so much, and she proffered the clerk payment for the refuse shoes. There is no change, he said, as he handed them to her in a neat package. I suppose you want them for a hanging basket! Mercy, no! My sister is to be married this evening, and we want them to throw after the carriage. Our own are all new, and it must be an old shoe always to bring luck. I see, said the clerk, and he gazed dreamily after her retreating form, muttering iu a vivid mono tone: And the family shoes range from sizes to eights I see. Shoe and Leatber Gazette. This country of America, mused a prejudiced foreigner at Jackson Park last Friday, after listening to the playing of "Hail Columbia", '-Red, White and Blue" and " Yan kee Doodle" by the . brass ; band, "puts on a good many airs, but there isn't much music in them". Chieago Tribune. s - '' ' . Little Jimmie was but a few years old when there was a wed ding in the family. The aged grand mother kept her seat during the ceremony. In telling about it after afterward, Jim said. We All stood up and got married, 'cept grand ma! . . .:: - . " . " CfeHdren Cry for rftpher Caatorla 20 Car Loads F'r&oh Coods. o One Car Meat, One Oar Arrow Ties, Ons Oar Seed KyJ. One Car Flour, One Car Fine Salt, Oue Car Choice Timothy Hay, One Car Iiouk Lime, One Car Laths, " . '. One Car Eice Meal, One Car Sugar (all grades) One Car Bagging, One Car Heavy Bags, One Car Coffee, 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, One Car Cow Feed. ALSO Bump Pork, Hams, Lard, Starch, Pepper, Bice, Matches, Brooms, Soap, Soda, Tobacco, Snuff, Empty Grain Sacks, Backets, etc. All above for sale at rock bottom prices by B. M. Privett. Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Cotton Commission Merchant. I. B. FONVIELLE. s E A L N 1. B. FONVIELLE, A Leading s s A c ;Grocer. WiXNCI ST. GOLDSBORO, N. C B R A N D r T OBELISK . FLO l: IS E JTTHIS BRAND OF- A JL Floor baa been given op, by all who use It, to be tbe very best on the market Gtre It a trial and be con vinced that lt has no equal o R L O F F T E A Y STOCY OF GROCER-' ea is complete in every par ticular, ana x am ueicer pre-, pared to meet the demands or the public than ever be fore. M v nrices are in accord with tbe hard times, and if C O F F E E you would save money give me a cau. L B. FONVIELLE, Grocer. WAI VVT ST., GOLDSBORO. N. C. FONVIELLE THE GROCER. TO THE PUBLIC W1 TH MANY THANKS TO THE Citizens of Goldsboro and surroundinff coun try 'or their liberal patronage in the past, I take this method of informing them that I will shortly engage in the drug business again, with an entire new srock of drugs and fixtures With a practical experience of SO years in compounding prescriptions and the sale of drugs and medicines I feel safe in assuring the publio entire satisfaction, while by careful at tention to business I hope to merit and re ceive a liberal patronage. Respectfully, H. C. SHANNON". Engraving Mr. L. D. Qiddens, Jr., a graduate of Parson's Horological Institute, La Porte Ind , is prepare l to do all kinds of plain and fancy engraving at L. D.;GIDDENS' Jewelry Establishment, West Centre Street LOST. A Seminary, bearing the name of Julia lasiox. me iutuM.i i i u wo ouac ui 1 . rm 43 .) 1 1 t:.Hll. mwnwl. lOttl. iiie uuuci will uc liuciaujr i ia edby lea vine the same at our store. . M. E. CASTEX & CO. All kinds Bleached Goods and domes tics at cut prices at . ';:.Ci',.".:: New York Bargain Store. FOR SALE CHEAP. 2,000 Bushels Corn at B, M. PRIVbTT'S. Jereev suits, for children, a nobby line of suits for boys and honest values in suits for men. and you ail suited. EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO, Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Inf ,ni and Children. It contains neither Oplnri, Morphine uc; other Narcotic substance. It is a Iiarisilass LV--i for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrupn, and Ousfcor ? It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is tluriy jeers' c iv Millions of Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's Paaseo the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is so well ifclapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." n. A. Archer, M. D., ' 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. " The use of ' Castoria ' ht so universal anil its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are Ui.; intelligent families who do cot keep Castoria within easy reach." Caislos Martin, D. D., New York City. Tub Centauk oney -BY TKADING AT THE- NEW YORKBARGAU We call especial attention Jjtor $1 wo will give . ou a good Ehoe fcr Children's shoes from 25 cents a pair up. from fl.25 to $ 1.50. Call and examine our ladies' sprir.g fceci shocF, sisv;- want solll comfort BLANCHARDS & MOKE- Sohes for ladies are hard to beat. CrosBettes rom 13 to $6 per pair. If you want a good haye no others. We would be glad to have BEAUTIFUL As wo are constantly receiving goods in that inducements and wil be very glad to have retail, Byi ho retail six spools for5 cents, you to bear in mind that I can and wiil sae VERY YES! 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