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GJLDS3030 N. C, NOV 10, 1893. Anarchists' Work. Paris, November 8. An explos ion occurred in this city this morn ing by which two policemen were fatally injured. The affair was un doubtedly the work of anarchists, who were seeking revenge upon the Carmaux Mining Company, whose long struggle with their employes was amicably settled a few days ago. Early this morning two policemen were passing along Avenue de FOp era. When they arrived in front of the Carmaux Mining Company they saw close in front of them a curious iron vessel resembling a saucepan. A police officer picked the vessel up and carried it to the police station for examination- The officers had been investigating only a few minutes when the vessel exploded with terrific force, instantly killing two policemen and so terribly wounding another that the doctors say his recovery is impossible. Quite a number of officers were in the sta tion at the time, and it is considered miraculous that no more were killed. ' The windows of the building were blown out, plastering was torn off, and furniture broken and scattered in every direction in fact, the whole interior of the building was wrecked, and so great was the force of the ex plosion that even the outer walls were damaged. Boston Girl. What a blow the ancient myths have had in the past few years! Nobody believes in William Tell these days. Chicago Girl. I should say not. And how is Ben Butler now? Judge. Lightning never strikes twice in the same place, they say. No? No. Well, how do you account for it? Must bo manipulated by a wo man, I suppose. Detroit Tribune: What are you storming about Josiah? inquired Mre. Chugwater. Nothing! roared Mr. Chugwater, throwing his hat on the lounge. Nothing, only I have made a fool of myself again. That's all ! I got a three-cent piece in change some where this morning, and 1 find I passed it on a street car conductor a little while ago for a dime and I have used your Salvation Oil and can say it is the finest thing I ever saw for all kinds of pains or sprains and can rec mend it to any one, N. C. Adams 213 16th St. Cairo, Ills' NOTICE. Having qualified as administrator of the estate of John O. Thompson, deceased, all persons holding claims against said estate are hereby notified to present them for payment to the undersigned by October 25th, 1893, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. W. T. Dortch, law for6w . Oct. 24th, '92. Adm'r call your special attention to a line of CORSETS I 5 hooks, extra lgth in DRAB AND WHITE, WHICH WE ARE NOW OFFERING AT. 69 cents. II Weil & Bros., 80, 82, 84 and 86, W. CENTRE ST. Having purchased the BUGGY AMD WAGON Business of J. B. EDUERTON, I want the public to know that I shall keep a full assortment ot Vehicles at the old Jones stand, and they must be sold. Don't fail to come and see me before buying anything that goes on wheels. ITVIIIR- E.E.JOlsTES will manage the business, and all communications relating to anything in our line will receive prompt and careful attention. JNO. F. SOUTHEKLAND, R. E. JONES, Manager. WIE - WOUH1 Q 5 03 CO o 0) 03 (D " j OQ (D . 0 d (D w 0 0 H i H 01 0 A 1 1 -5 Q r CO SALESMEN : Energetic men wanted. Free prepaid outfit. One of our agents has earned over $20,000 in five years. P, O. Box l,37l7"New York. I Will Pay THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR Rags and Old Iron; ALSO HAVE ON HAND A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GROCERIES AT MY NEW STAND, Two doors North of the City Bakery Bring your old rags and Iron to, and buy your Groceries from F. ABRAM8, P. S. I also buy Ladies1 and Chil dren's worn clothing and pay good prices for the same. Notice. The stock of goods,good-will etc., of the business of Joe A. Parker deceased, is for sale. Apply to 11. L. LEE, Oct 15 "92 Jw. Adminigtrat;r. 4 o QTQ W II. E. & DRUG SHOP. Where you can find anything in the Drug Jine. Fine cigars a spec- ialty. .We deal in nothing , but first-class goods. Prescriptions: This department is m charge of a first-class prescrip tion clerk. Special atten- tion given to this branch. A first-class s electi jn of lamps and lamp fixtures. If yon want patent medicines, toilet articles, or mineral waters, we can supply you. "COMPEXION SOAP' That is superb. A beautiful large clromc goes with every cake. The price M is 25 cents. .Vt their Old Stand on West Centre Street, Opposite Opera House M. E- Robinson & Bro., Goldsboro, N. C. THE DOUBLE STORE OF Best & Thompson IS NOW FULLY STOCKED WITH FLOUR, BAGGING AND TIES, (Bought in Oar lots) Sugar at Refiner's prices. A Full line of Groceries at wholesale and retail. Buying goods in large quantities we art fully prepared to meet the closest cempetition in prices. In our OZE-ST - QOODS Department We are carrying a first-class st cck of sta pie Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, etc. We have a large and better assortment of Men's, 1 a dies' and Children's Shoes Chan heretofore, and our For Men and Boys cannot be excelled as to Style, quality and price. Everything at BOTTOM PRICES, We also buy cotton. Consignments of cotton solicited. Highest market guaranteed and returns rendered. promptly. Best & Thompson, Goldsboro, N. C. MOTHERS ! MOTHERS ! 1 We sympathize with you because vou usually have so mnr.n trouble in getting a good Hat tor a mv; come and see what we nave Droueht ior vou. ElNSTJElN CLOTHING CO. MUSIC LESIONS.. Miss Lena M. Hudgins, pupil of the Metropolitan (Inllpo-p nf TVfnsir New York City, gives instruction in vocal jviusic, .fiano, Harmony and sight singing, at the residence of Mrs. Hattie L)ortch. Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Carpets, Toadies Cloaks, Toys, Silverware, ; Jewelry, Corsets, and Dress Trimmings. We keep first-class, honest goods, and will sell you as cheap as any one. We do not sell old style trash. Come and see T Li F - BEAUTIEUL - STOCK We have this season. Something new in Dress Trimmings and Ladies Cloaks, Try a Feather bone Corset and a pair of Reed's Shoes. Respectfully, M. E. CASTEX& CO. -TO- FARMERS ! We sell best quality heavy weight Rock Lime for building purposes. SEED OATS AND BICE And groceries of - all kinds. Timothy Hay, Wheat Bran and Rice Meal. Try one sack of Rice Meal and see if it is not the Cheapest and Best Food for stock you ever tried. A trial is all we ask. . We keep all kinks , of Groceries, Tobaco and Snuff, at Whole sale and Retail, and at prices to suit the hard ' times. Giye us a call. Respect. HENRY&M.L. LEE SUIT THE MM WD TIMES. :isro:rxoisrs. Pants, from 40 cents to $3.50 per pair. Flan- nelette Shirts, 25 cents. Homespun Shirts, 20 cts, " Heavy Shirts, from 50 to 90 cts. Corsets, 24 cts to $1 Sugar, 5 cents; Startch, 5 cents ; Soda 5 cts; Coffee, 16 cents; Spice, 15 cents; Parched Coffee, 25 cts; Good Flour, 3 cts. ToToa-cco. 3rrL-u.fr Black Pocket Virginia only 15 cents per pound, 25 kinds from 15 to 60 cts. The Leader worth 60 at 40 cents. Snuff 30 to 40 cts SllOOS. Slioes. Children's Shoes 25 cents to $1.50 Warranted Solid. Men's Shoes, $1.00 and up. Ladies' Solid Lace and But " ton,90Cfc,jto$2.50. Boston x Bargaiipx House T. Hunter Hall, trunk IS. Edmund son. Propa. 6inn'sGrocery. JJAVING RECENTLY CHANGED my business to that of Groceries exclu sively, I invite the puMic to seek m corner store,on John and Market street when in need oi Fresh Groceries, IS. C. Hams, -Sj 1 g Chickens aND- lOUNTRY :';;OnUCE. I keep a lu:. stock of everything When you can't find anythiusr you want any here else, be sure you will find it at my arner grocery. Respectfully, J. T. GINN. apl.l2-tf. Children Crv tor Pitcher's Castn.ia, Don't & BECEIVED! HONEST COMPETION Is the life ol trade, and we Guarantee price as well as quality Of good?. We keep the best the market Affords and would call Especial attention to the BESTON EARTHS A BEAND OF FLOUR We have control of for this citr. Those who have not tried it Ought to and be convinced That there is noiie better. Our line of TEA, COFFEE ANDSPICES IS COMPLETE. Try onr new brand ;of Coffee Just received, Said to be The beat in the world. A nice selection of CANNED GOODS And everything keot in a EIRST CLASS GROCERY. We invite yon to come to see ns, Bizzell Bros. & Co. Wholesale and Retail Fancy Grocers. April 27-92. TO BUY & imm RIGHT, BUY WHERE 'TIS BADE." Q 2 Z H m 73 CO Ll. m CO D. W. HURTT. Merchant Tailor! GOLDSBORO, N. O. tiK 18 A.1?FTy yn ronself and fum II y to set the best valae for year money, economize In your footwear by purehuains . r-nwri, wnicn represent the Srtii Sfrtft" Prices naked, ai thousands will testify.' " " WTAKJ NO SUBSTITUTE. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENf&ldlEN. THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET. A genuine sewed shoe, that teill not rip. One calf, seamless, smooth Inside, flexible, more com fortable, stylish and durable than any other shoe aver old at the price. Equals custom made heeaoostina; from f4 to $5. AA avad 85 Rand-sewed, flnecalf shoes. The most stylish, easy and durable shoes ever sold at the price. They equal fine Imported shoes aostlna; frora $8 to S12. fl 4 CO I'olice Shoe, worn by farmers and all VPs' a others who want a good heavy calf, three soled, extension edee shoe, easy to walls In, and will keep the feet dry and warm. ffi SO Fine Calf, S3.25 and 2.00 Worn. st'sBa Ingmen's Shoes will giTe more wear for the money than any other make. They are made for ser vice. The Increasing sales show that workimrmea have found this out. Dnuel f -00 ana Vontbs 81.T3 Scheel BUJ2 Shoes are worn by the boys every where. The most sprvlceable shoes sold at the prices. Ladies' 11:88 anSnoSor M t sees are made of the best Dongola or fine Calf, as desired. They are very stylish, comfortable and dura ble. The $3.00 shoe equalscutttom made shoes costing from $4.00 to $6.00. . Ladles who wish to economise in their footwuar are findintc this out. Caution. W.Ij. Douglas' name and the price Is stamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for it when yon buy. Beware of dealers attempting to sub stitute other makes for them. Such substitutions are fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob taining money under false pretenoes. XV. lu DOUGLAS, Urockton. Mass. Bold by Hood & Britt, GOLDSBORO. N. C. SEED WHEAT. J nst IleceivBcl a lot of Red Ful Iz Wheat And Country Seed Rye -AT- 6. M. PRIVETT'S FALL STYLES The Dirfpla of Fall Millinery AT Mrs. S I.Griffin's, UNDJIU THE OPERA HOUSE. a now complete, entirely new, rery Attractive and at prices never before known for MTLLTNEKY In Goldsboro. Call and Examine my stock before purchasing. Mrs. Sue Petteway and Miis FoOte, wno are laminar with all the latest styles in kdies' wear, will take pleasure in showing goods. Octl-92. OPEK This season we are buyintr and paying for. Rice at onr Mill. High est market price paid for Bough Rice. Gall on ns before sellim?. 551f We solicit shipments. Frompt return 8. Orders for Clean Rice and R;ce Meal promptly filled. Very RespectfLdly, National filce Milling Go. GOLDS BOKO, N. C At the old Goldsboro Mills. Nov. 20th '91 1 yr. JUST RECEIVED. One hundred dozen of the latest styles Men's Neck Wear worth 60 and 75 cts., which we will close out for the next 30 days for 39 cents. 8.1330 dyB. C. KERN & CO. A corker. A Stunner ! Is our $ 3 .re liable Derby Hat, and then we haYe the famed J. B. Stetsons Hats also. EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO. KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29,1891 Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: Dear Madam As I have been cured of a malignant case of ulceration of the noee produced by catarrh, by the use of twelve bottles of Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy, I take pleasure in recommending it to the public. Respectfully, Mr a. J. M. WHITK. 1 sVben Baor was nick, we awe ear Cessorfcs Wne sikiwas a CiE, she cried for Castoria When sb became Miss, shs clung to Castoria. Whti tb 1 na5 raiildreii sb gare them Castoria- Just the garment for you now, is our Autumn-weight men's underwear. EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO W. L. DOUGLAS s IJa The Ladies Shoes Came In on time; but owing t the rush at the factory, we are a little late this season getting in our supply of Douglas Shoes for men ana boys. They a e here now though, a big lt of 'hem, but they are not likely to be here long the way they am ging Our au, g on them f r lhe last week have been trsmendou "n f ct, thi largest that we 1 ver had in any one treek. Have you ever worn a p-ir of them t If not, get a pair, and find out how mn U you have misled. Onoe tried, always used. Every pair warranted, and sold only by Hood & Bkitt. Men who lor ytars have been suffering with a d stressing affection of th e back or kidneys have been immediately lelievtd and permanently cured "by the judicious use of Salvation Oil, the great pain cure. Apply accordingto directions. m Si MKN&BO tv