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THE ARGUS.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Subscription Ea-tes von Dmly
One copy, one yer, insurance $ 5 0"
.One copy, six months, in advance. . 2 CO
Onec py one month, in advance. . 50
LOCAL BRIEFS.
It i all ver.
AVkll ! did you ever ?
31 iss Mary Miller left yesterday to
visit friends in Faycttevifle.
The weather is about getting down
to seasonable business now for the
winter. Remember the poor, whom
ye have always with you.
IIek many frit r i lu re arp alnd
to see iu the city M-. I F. Sj-.tit-.
of Law rcnceville, V.. wh.i on
visit to her parents M-. r-d Mrs
H. M. Borwell.
Oxe of the carriers of the Ualeigh
Chronicle, a small boy, was instantly
killed in. that city yesterday morning
by coming in contact with a coil of
electric wire lying on the side-walk.
What is going to be done about it?
If you haTe anything lo 11, ad
vertise iD Thk Augus. The p;iper;
goes broedcast throughout, the trac
ing territory of Goldsbyio, and is
read by the thrifty, who? U a h- is
always desirable.
It a real pleasure to Thk Akgus
to greet the return bM ol a
Goldsboro boy, Mr.Jno. W Powell,
who has taken a permanent . fsi
tion in the drag store of Dr. J. F.
Miller & Son.
His hosts of friends in shis com
munity regret exceedit.fr' v the con
tinued illntss of Rev. B. 1?. Ila'l,
pastor of St. Paul's church, rnd we
all wish for him a spi-vdy re.-1- ra
tion to his wonted heaUk
Dr. W. II. II. Cobb has gone to
Louisville, Ky., to attend the meet
ing of the Southern Surgical and
gynecological iissociauon, oi
he is a charter mem oer and one or.
the founders.
Saturday.
He will re urn next
Mr. II. If. Eedfield, general man
ager of the St. Louis Tnclr Rei-iar,
is in the city, at the Hotel Kennon,
accompanied, by his wife. They will
spend several Aveeks here, while Mr.
Redfield will write np our jobbing
and mercantile interests.
It was rumored in this ei'.y yester
day that State Treasurer Donald
Bain, Esqr., was dead, but gentlemen
coming in from Raleigh yesterday af
ternoon reported his condition as a
trifle improved, although little hope!
ot his recovery is entertained.
The family of Hr-. .U-.-. T. E 1
niundfon left 1'r d; v fc !i t:r
l ew borne in Cl-n-"t;jj;iie Land,
Ya., where Mr. Kdwu d--n I sis
charge of the Bap isr. U'ut ;ch. Tot-y
take with them tl'e 1 tct wishes uf
hosts of friends here.
The Democratifl :ni riti s t
plnra'itieB, rnihcr, of the jood nid
connty of (i e.er.e, in Nt Toes
day's elci'ioo urro d folii-wK :
Cleveland. 414: C.r, iGS. Tin
conntv wild 1 ti hit; vi- tt( k.-t car
ried tl e cl iv 300.
Qi'irK a pN'Kersit pa? ty o' yi-im a
ladiep Ki'd tri nt cis eir $rtt l rt'd hi
t!,r ii.'-p:iti ;' h of Mr and
Mr.-. F. A. D.ne'- M-id j- nit In
m d 1 du fi- d i; j -ll v, . Id-lath
i ned 'i Miid ' 1 u 1 1 : 1 : tr '" wlreh was
I U iTI I v
d lV a)!.
Married, at the residence of Mrs.
Mary Jernigan, on Wednesday, No
vember the y tit, Mr. Atlas Johnson,
son of Mr. Xat haii Johnson to Miss
Joana Jernigan, both of Grantham's
township, W. II. Burch, J. P., offici
ating. May they live long and
prosper.
The death of Mrs. Dempsy Jone?,
we are sorry to announce, occurred
at the home of her husband in this
city Sunday, of paralysis, alter a
brief prostration. She was a most
excellent Christian woman, and her
death is sincerely mourned by all
who knew her.
The city of Raleigh, under the
auspices of her Democratic Club, is
going to "celebrate" in grand stylo
to-morrow, and the club has issued a
cordial invitation to all campaign
clubs and Democrats iu the State to
come and join in the procession and
be welcome. Thanks.
At the residence of of Mr. Luther
Cobb, in Grantham's township, on
"Wednesday night last, Mr. D. T.
Hood, aged 0G years, and Miss Mary
Bizzell, aged 51 years, were united in
the holy bonds of wedlock, W. H.
Bnrcb, J. 1, officiating. The Argus
extends to the happy pair its con
gratulations and best wishes.
"SlilJtoxs for the Cabinet" is a
growing idea and an intense purpose
go far as North Carolina's influence
may persuade Mr. Cleveland. On
the assembling of the Legislature
one of the leading members of the
House wiir introduce a resolution
requesting Mr. Cleveland to appoint
Mr. Simmons to a place in his Cab
inet. His hosts of friends here are ;lad
to greet in-the city ltev. C. L. Ar
nold, former rector of St St phen's
Chnreh, but now located in Detroit.
He has been to Florida to visit his
venerable father, and is giving his
friends here the pleasure of his con
genial presence for a few days on his
return trip home. "He arrived yes
terday at noon.
We regret to annouuee . tl a. Mr.
John C, Lewis who for several years
pat has filled very acceptably the
position of ast-ietaut to the agent of
the It & D. EE. at this point, has
given np his position, lie left yes
terday for hii home at Morehad City,
from where he will go jn a few daye
to Jacksonville, N, Cv to go into
business with Mr. J. J. Iiovall at
that point. Mr. J. M. Hollowell, so
long ard favorably known in railroad
circles, has accepted the positiin
made vacant by Mr. Lewis resigna
tion. T will no doubt give gnat
satisfaction to his manv friends to
see Mr Ilollowtll again "in Idle
service".
The plurality of Hon. F. A
Woodardr the Democratic candidate
for Congnss in this District, is
2,150 over Cheatham, the RepuMi-
can incumbent, and 1 norne, u;e
Third party candidate. Hurrah for
Wooilanl and the everywhere trium
phant Demccrtic-!
All Thirdnartymen who stopped
taking The A KG US lu cause they
thought they woe riht a:.d it was
wr'-ng that tiny were w:lh the
peoph' and it -j against them, are
cosduillv uivittd. now that ihev are
impressed it h thti error if their
vny.-, t) come in and subscribe
avail),
a!'.
We will bt g'ad to see you
Thanksgiving day will b gen
erally ob.-erved in (foldsbi.ro by a
cni'ie'e suspension of OnsUitis, atn!
by E-rvic-s in aH the churches of the
eitv. Thss is GuMshoro's record ot
in regard So T-iiink-g: vbig day,
and it will b - thus ol -sorted wirhiii
creasel fervor this yar. It conn-si
on next Thnr.-day wet-k, Xovewbt-r
2-tth. 11 number the day, farmer
frit-iil., and come to town Mid ob
serve ir. with if you will. We will
be glad to set- you in oar churches
and at our homes.
The negro women who attacked
the colored man iu tliis city on elec
tion day for voting the Democratic
ticket were all given a hearing
in the Mayor's court Thursday and
everyone of them bad to pay ten dol
lars and costs for their "political en
thusiasm". It was some hours be
fore the money was forthcoming.
Many of the colored people on the
outside expressed openly the opinion
that Major Grant, whose incendiary
speech before the negro women's
meeting that he nelu on the ev
of the election was the irstig-ation of
their riotous conduct, ought to pav
the bill. Buthe did not show up,
jie jead them into the trouble and
,.,, .u:. l..,,.
then when their hour of trial came
lie was not "in it'' and even the
Third party candidate, that
the negro women worked for
and
foitcht
for, as
wes 1: '-vt'i! i-ot oiiv or cmo:u were ro
1
be fixind to !ei;d a hi-ljdng h.i?id en
"hip In" to pay the'r fitn-s. G.rHi,
at;SO!i Hi.d V;tS-?oiii, t tie trio win
ppjke sit 'he i)' g'o ttomfcii's c;i fii
p.iign e;t'!td ls'iit. iDt-r-tint', ulitiv
were lliey in ihe h ui of eniert'('i O ?
J
TiirA( iii:s v hi Etiir;
W:i ir.gtoa Star.
The result of Tuc.'-'d.n'.s i-L-etion
wus iot oiAr i glorious- vict rv for
tlit- D mceraev, fur tie inti ligt-ef
and d- c htrj of the Stale, hut w;" st
crushing rebuke to r'ne
?erters?
from tb? 0- mocratic party who tou-ppin-d
with Epul-lican leaders, and
by false pretence and demagogue
appals endefvorcd to array the
farmers against it.
In all the. p-.-'it:eal history of
Notth Carolina there iirvcr was such
shanie'ess treachery carried out with
such unblushing effrontery, sr.d
never was political treachery more
fitliiigly nor signally rebuked.
If these men had gone bodi'y over
to the ll-piibkcan party and acted
with it openly as they did iu dis
guise their actions would have been
less rrprel;(:.s:hU-, for then they
Ciu!d not have fto!td their coi iid
ing followers a3 they did, but they
played the doulle game, a:;u prr
tended to be the. friends of the peo
ple they were basely betraying,
when they knew at the beginning
and knew at the end that there was
no more chance of electing the
ticket they had t.?acherously put in
the fk'td, than there was of checking
the ocean's tides by dropping thti
ballots into the sea.
They didn't even Lave a dt cent
excute for their d'S'.rtion of the Di m
ccratic party, f-r thor-e who were the
inosl con.-picuous in tho Third p irty
niovern nt wen in the Democratic
State Convention, helped to nmi
aato the ticket, and to make the
piaiform, both of whih they en
dorsed, and then without the shadow
of a reason, cr without the slight
est objection to the ticket nominated,
or the slightest charge agaiust the
adaiiniUration of the State Govern
ment by the Democratic party, they
conspired together, ciUed a conven
tion with s j'f constituted delegates,
nominated a ticket in opposition,and
th:m sent their stumpers into the
field to misrepresent, abuse and de
nounce ihe Democratic par y. If
they had been able to have success
fully carried out their programme
Jim Eire3 and his gang would now
be celebrating their victory and
Noith Carolina would be under the
wheels of mongrel i3tn again. But
the people saw through the treach
ery and rebuked it with an indig
nant aud crushing rebuke which will
be a warning for all time to desert
ers and traitors.
For the del u led followers who
were deceived by them to the last
there is no reproach, for the people
foel that they were deceived and
misguided. Having realized the de
ception practiced upon them they
will be deceived no more even by a
more blatant demagogue than Marion
Butler.
THE OFFIGI
WARDS
AND
TOWNSHIPS'.
First Ward
Second Ward
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth WY.rd
Goldsboro Towns-hip
Fork
Grantham's
Piovidence .
Dud'ey
Mount Olive
Indian Splines -.
White H:11.T
New Hopo
feau sion
ross Heads
Fr mont
Great wamn
V keville
Stony Creek
Tot .1
The vole for Coroner stood : Dr.
W. II. Ham, who ran with Maxwell on
GDL35B320 03LEB3tTB3
Her Torchlight Procession last Kisht.
Hundreds cf Tcuntry People Join
Oar citizens and Swsll the Enthu
siasm of the Occasion.
True to her pristine reputation for
"doing the grand", Goldsboro's cel
ebration last night of our State and
uauonai jjemocratic victory was
. l: 1 i , . . !
something superb.The homes of our
citizens throughout the lonsr line of
march were beautifully lighted and
while some of them were trorgeous
ly arrared.The scene down the Ion
streets illuminated with burning;
rosin barrels and arrayed 011 either
side by bedecked and lighted tomes
formed indeed glorious vistas cf
triumphal brilliancy that failed not
to enthuse the marching hosts of
Democracy.
The Goldsboro Cornet Band lead
the procession, which was marshaled
by General Lewis and his anip'e corps
of efficient assistants.
ine iloats were many, artistic,
unique and hilariously explosive in
local "hits", while pertinent lengends
of Democracy grec -ted the eye "all
along the line".
Hundreds of country people joined
our citizens i:i ihe long line of march
on horseback, in vehicles and on foot,
while the trains from Fremont and
Mt. Olive brought in many ol our
county people to enjoy the occasion.
At the court house corner the
marching multitude 'were regaled
with a brilliant speech by that pop
ular and always enthusiastically
greeted campaigner Mr. W. T.
Dortch, whose voice has been raised
on many hustings and always with
telling effect for Democratic su
premacy. At the Hotel Kennon was the wind-
ing up place and here avast crowd
of ladies and gentlemen gathered to
meet the procession, aud the ap
pointed speakers of the evening, liev.
C. L. Arnold, formerly of this city,
and II. n. F. A. Woodard, of Wilson,
our Congressman-elect. Both these
gentleman made graceful and en
thusing speeches, and were roundly
applauded, so were Hon. C. B.
Aycock, Capt, Swift Galloway, Hon.
B. F. Aycock, Dr. W. J. Jones, Wr.
T. Dortch and D. M. Hardy. And
then the crowd dispersed, amidst the
compliments on eyery hand for the
excellent order tbat prevailed, and
the city was all serene and quiet.
THE PEOPLE SPEAK.
A Dignified Expression of Righteous
Indignation.
Whereas, at a meeting of the
Cleveland and Carr Campaign Club,
of Goldsboro township, Wayne county,
N. C, held at tho Court House, in
Goldsboro, on Thursday, Noy. 10th,
992, the meeting was changed into
an indignation meeting, condemna
tory of the conduct of W. T. Fair
cloth, II. L. Grant and others, in the
recent political contest in Wayne
county; and
Whereas the honest voters of the
said meeting by a rising vote, and
by the vote of every man present ap
pointed a committee to draft resolu
tions expressive of their unqualified
indignation at the conduct of the
above named parties, and that said
resolutions be signed by the Cleve
land and Carr Campaign Club, of
Goldsboro, expressive of the individ
ual opinion of each and every mem
ber of said club; and further, that
said resolutions be published in the
Democratic city papers; and
Wheheas we accord to all men the
unquestioned right to ally them
selves to the political party of their
choice, to advocate "its principles, to
sustain its trusts, to uphold its poli
cies and to discuss its merits on the
hustings for the suffrages of the peo
ple with all the fervor and zeal of
their abilities tor toe consummation
Air VOTE OF
GOVERNOR.
CONGRESS
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the Third party ticket for the Senate
of success, in every proper and legit
imate way yet in tho name of lib
erty, peace and good government, we
denounce the sowing of strife and the
disruption of the good feeling ex
isting between the races of our com
munity; therefore be it .
Resolved, That we pronounce the
language used by W. T. Faircloth iu
his recent introduction of the Iiepub
lican candidate for Governor at
Goldsboro, unwarranted by the facts,
uncalled for and untrue; and that
such conduct and language merits
the universal condemnation of all
good, white citizens.
II. That one II. L. Grant who
came here in 1SG5 as leader of ne
groes against theAngloSaxon race has
enlisted the negro women in his ranks
and continues the warfare against
us to whichhis peculiar and cor
rupt bent of mind and morals adapt
him. We are informed and believe
that the disgraceful conduct of" the
negro women at tho polls ard at
divers other places in Goldsboro was
the outcome of secret and cowardly
harangues of the said Grant and his
henchmen. The free expression of
the right of suffrage is guaranteed by
the laws of this country, and the
suppression of a free exercise" of such
right, whether the subject be white
or black, by white men w ho are a
disgrace to their race, or by negro
women and other allie-, is subversive
of the Facred right of free ballot and
will not be tolerated by us.
III. That such dastardly conduct
011 the part of the negro women and
iJieir coadjutors is calcinated and pos
sibly intended to disrupt the good
feeling heretofore existing between
the races; and in that event, we de
sire to warn these instigators" of such
lawless conduct that their case will
be given special and particular at
tention. IV, That these resolutions are
intended to cover the cases of all
white men who have in any way aid
ed and abetted the said unlawful
conduct.
V. Finally, we would say to the
colored people in all candor, dismiss
your fears. There is no cause for
alarm on account of triumphant
Democracy. It is Democracy that
gives yon employment and contrib
utes to your support, Democracy
builds your school houses and edu
cates your children. Democracy
built your magnificent Asylum which
overlooks our city, where your un
fortunate ones "the smitten of
God" are cared for and watched
over with the same tenderness as
those of the white race. Be indus
trious; be frugal; be virtuous; be good
citizens tf our great American lie
public and all will be well.
Goldsboro, N. C, Nov. 15, 189:2.
Death of Chief Justice Merrimon.
A special telegram to the Star
yesterday, from liaioih, announced
ihe death of Chief' Justice A. S.
Merrinion at 2 o'clock Monday
morning, and thus another honored
North Carolinian joins the number
of her ilhistricu3 dead.
We. have had many what arc
calicd self-made men in this coun
try, men who from humble origin
and with few or no advantages in
early life, by dint of industry, pier
severance, inherent f'oreo of char
acter and ir dotnitabie resolution,
havi
risen
to eminence and
readied the goal of honorable am
bition, but few ever achieved this
more literally than A. -S. Merrit.
iiini, who, from the farm and the
saw-miil of Mi boy ho. d, hewed
his way to success and distinction
and closed his career in the Chiet"
Justiceship of the State, as the
worthy successor of the disting
uished jurists whose learning, pa
triotism and purity of character
ehed iutre npon the name and the
fame of North Carolina the world
over.
U-.irn in Transylvania county,
then a part of Buncombe, in 1830,
bia boyhood was epent upon his
father's-farm, and attending to a
eaw mill. lie picked up what
schooling he could at intervals in
an "old field" school. With this
small equipment and pnrsnin his
Mladics alone, he prepared himself
for the law and waB admitted to
the practice in Asheville at the
age of twenty -one. He located in
Asheville, where by his natural
abilit aud patient, industry, and
Vh-Kough investigation of the law
in cased where lie waa employed,
ho soon achieved a reputation
which put him in the front rank of
the bar of that section.
Always taking an, interest in
pub icaff tira he was elected to the
Legislature as a Union Whig in
18G0, but when the State went out
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stood 2,032.
of the Union, like thoimndsof ht-r
other loyai eone who were oppo-ed j
to recession, he went with her. Ho
waa shortly after the breaking o;it
ontnt too war elected Solicitor ot.
the Western distn'ct, which p si--
tion he fiiied with ability and dis
tinction until, 1SGG, when he wu
elected one ut the Snpvi ir-r Court
Jndtrep, which positiou he resigned
in 18G7 rather than obey Gjik
Canby's orders and rccognizo the
military ss superior to thu civil
law.
He then nuved from Arheiile
to Raleigh where he cnagd in
practice of his profession, and took
nn active interest in politics, being
regarded as one uf the ablest of
Democratic leader?, lie held tho
position of Chairman ot the Demos
crane t:.te Committee, end in
18GS was nominated as one of Su
pcrlcr Couit Judgee. V be 1 f!ie
Kirk war was inaugurated in 1370
he !.ok an active put in behaif o
the men arretted by order of Gov.
Ilo'den, and was largely instru-
mental in p.roenrin the writ of
habeas corjnis from Jndgs Drook-s
by which the inu;r:soned citizens
were released, lie, with Governor
Graham and Governor Hragg, was
employed as counsel for the proee
cition in the impeachment ot G.iy
Ilo'den, and the ability which lie
iiiKi") aTPii p tir ti-.-iniirrfmipnf-.
!ii-nageme:it of
iiis already ac-:-.s
a great iaw-
t hir ca -e added to
qnired reputation
yer.
In 1S72 he was nominated by
Ihe Democratic convention fur
Governor, and although he made
an able and a brilliant canvass he
was deft ated by Tod It. Caldwel!,
by a small majority, tccurod, as
many thought and rlii! think by
fraud.
In the fall of that year, lie was
by the votes of f-otno Democrats
:ud pome Hopublieaus elected to
the Uoiud States Senate, agninst
Gov. Vance, tho regular party
nominee, and while by many he
was ceus'.ired for refnnntc to recog
irz ) the actio.'i ot the caucus, it is
sa d in his defense that his election
was without Lin connivance and
that ha did not accept it until
lie had consulted with prominent
Democrats: and that in accenting
it he was influenced to a great ex
tent by their advice.
As a Senator L?e took ditins
nished riuk being regarded among
the ableet on the li or, and as
representative of his S.ate he
8ood squarely as an sblc defender
of his Ecclion and cf the D-jmoi
cratic principles in which he be
lieved. He served one term, when
he was succeeded by Governor
Vance.
"lnlS83 he was - appointed to
succeed - Judge Ruffin, who re
signed from the Supreme Court
Bench, and in 1SS1 he was elected
to fill ont the term. Iu ISSi he
was re elected. On the death of
Chief Justice Smith he was ap
pointed to the vaeancy and in 1S90
was elected Chief Justice, defeat
ing Ch.s. Fiice by a majority of
42,329, As Chief Justice be wore
his responsibilities and his honors
weil, and on -closing his career
leaves a name and a frame the
first honored and the last enduring
Vilrni71gton Star,
YVasliiiigton News.
Washington", Nov. 13. Justice
Lamar, of the United States Supreme
Court has not been feeling very well
for the last two or three days. Yes
terday he suffered a slight attack of
nausea in ths court room, and bad to
return to his residence. lie soon
recovered, however, and to-night he
expects to be ia his sea1; on the
Bench to-moi ro?t as usual.
Senator John It. McPherson, of
New Jersey, whose name has besn
prominently mentioned in connec
tion with Secretaryship of the Treas
ury, left the city this evening for
Virginia on a hunting expedition.
The Ssuato" was U3kel if it were
true, as stated, that he was to be
offered the seat. "I think," replied
the Senator, "that it would be well
t- consult Mr. Cleveland before de
ciding who will be honored with a
place in his private council. l am
sure there is no such understanding
in. New Jersey or elsewhere, within
the knowledge of Mr. Cleveland or
myself. It is a matter ef too much
delicacy for any man's friends, how
ever enthusiastic, to indulge in. I
am sure mi:i hav not. Moreover,
there is 'uot cv a a remote proba
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Louis (lodwin 2,081. Tle vo(;e 0f
! bilifcy of such hippjning.
A cl! will be issued yery soon for
a meeting of the House Committee
f Appropriations at noon 0:1 Mon
at noon 0:1 Mon-
'laV. -Nov. 3.
This will gie the
lULiiuiiiLcc a vl-civ n lime in ui;jii i.y
prepare some of the regular annual
appropriation bills for the action of
Congress when it meets for the fee
ond session. It is purpose to push
rapidly aH of these measures for the
maintenance of the Government
next year, and the Treasury Depart
ment has premised 10 submit esti
mates for the District of Columbia,
Pensions and Fortifications.
Th exceedingly heavy payments
made by the Treasury during the
first quarter of the prefect Lii?a!
year have cau?ed some dismay
among the members of the Appro
priation Committee. For the fir-it
four mouths of the year these pay
ments have exceeded by sixteen mil
tine, dollars the expenditures for
the com spending period in the pre
c-unjg nscai year, w.iicn means a
iota! increase fr the prssent year of
lortv-eight million dollar?, while
the appropriations for year are only
twelve millions greater than the
appropriations for last iear. In
plain .English, that means, if the es
timates of the committee hold good,
a deficiency on account of pensions
of thirty million dollars, which will
nave to be met by Congress at its
appropriation for pfn-:ions for the
next li-:cal year, of certain iy rot less
tion one hunderd and fi
million
, 1 1 :
dollars. The total appropriation
that C. ingress must make for pen
sions next session will aggregate not
less than one hundred and eighty
mil lion dollars.
With this enormous sum added to
other appropriations necessary to
carry on the Government, and de
creased importations (and conse
quently receipt.-), expected resnlt
from the agitation of the tariff
question, it will be eeen that the
Appropriation Committee has good
reason - to feel dismayed at the
ontlook, and to doubt their ubi'ity
to prevent a deficiency in national
accounts.
Secretary Charles Foster said
this morning that there is no foun
dation for the impression, appar
ently prevailing in certain sect'ons
of the country, that the Adminis
tration has modified its p.-licy of
restricting immigration as a pre
caution against the introduction of
cholera, He said that eanitary ex
pert declare that cholera wili un
doubtedly reappear iu the Spring,
and that it will be dangerous for
the Federal authorities to relax
their vigilance is kieping oat of
the country all persons or tner
chandise at all lifcely to carry the
germ of the dread contagion.
The most i-ggravated cases of rheuma
tism have been speedily and permanently
cured by Salvation Oil. Every one should
have it. 25 cents.
Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. Latest
United States Government Food Report.
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106, Wall St.,
New York. - -
Bucklen s Arnioa SaJve.
The Hest Salve m the world forCuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cires Tiles, or no pay required, it
la guaranteed to eive perfect satisfaction
or money retunded. Price 25 cents pal
jo. pot &ie fv j . li. uui tz isou.
La Grippe Aga in. .
During tho epidemic of La Grippe
last season Dr. King's New-Discovery
tor Consumption, Coughs" and Colds
proved to be the best remedy. Report'
from the many who tised it confirm this
statement, They were not only quickly
reliered, but the disease left no bad
after results. We ask you to give this
remedy a trial and we guarantae that
you will be satitfied with results, or the
purchase price will be refunded It has
no equal in La Giippe, or any Throat,
Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial
bottle" free at . H. Hill & Son's Drug
Store. Large bottles, 00c, and $1.00.
SHERIFF.
I. B. FONVIFLLF.
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jjrtms BU.1SD OF f
rlour lias ljee:i given
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up, ly all wlio use it, to be
Hie very best on tlie market
Give it a tiial and be ctiii-!
vii.ee I ibat it lias no equal
D
jy stocy or gkocki:
ied is complete in everv lmr
ticular, and I am ootte- pre-Jt
paretl to meet tio tleiiiaiMlxj
ofilie public than ever be
fore. My prices are in accord
witb the hard times, and if
you would eave money give
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Grocer.
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THE FIGHT!!
13 on in every line o trade, ami I am in the
ring and must stick.
Haying had an opportunity V contract with
one firm IT 00 gallons of oysteri I ;et them
and tlio very fluest.-at prices thtt cr.sibles uie
to Uofy competition.
4 $
p
fe Best Norfrlk Primes,
a-- sold herrU-Ioro nt
8 cts aquar', no v :tt
w0 cts per iiuart : 15 -N
cts p r pint. Larp-.j
selects for iVies, 35
cts p ;r quart: -0 cts
& per pint. -
f ; S iK 4 $ $ I
The flnc-st oyster crackers on the market.
Thankful for past patronage aud by honest
dealing and str ct attention to business I ask
fora continuancj cf the same. Kespectfulty.
J. D. DAUTELS.
'My Ujster Restaurant is open at all
hours, with the best oyster cook in the city
Try him. East Centre Street.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The Ladies Shoes Came
In on time; but owing to the rush at
the factory, we are a little late this seaso
getting in our supply of Douglas Shoe
for men ana boy3. They are here now,
though, a big lot of them, but they are not.
likely to be here long the way they are
gsiug Our sales on them for the last
week have been tremendous in fact, tht
largest that we ever had in any one wee .
Have you ever -worn a pair of them ? If
not, get a pair, and find out how much
you have missed. Once tried, always
used. Every pair warranted, and sold
only by
Hood & Jkitt.
We pay fall value in cash for
Cotton Seed delivered at cur works
in GoldsbDro, or on board cir at
your depot in ear load lots; or we
will exchange for cotton seed the
standard Fertilizer,
PBOLIFIC COTTON GBOWER
on liberal terms. Uotton feeed
Meal Exchanged for Cotton Seed
on satisfactory terms.
All communications promptly
answered. Address
GOLDSBORO OIL MILLS.
GOLDSBORO N. C.
Or,' F, K. BORDEN,
Sec'y and Treasurer,
Lost:
On the streets yesterday, my gold
watch and chain. It can be identi
fied by my wife's picture on the in
side. A liberal reward will be paid
for its return. L. II. CASTEX.
THE GROCER.
FONVIELLE.
FALL STYLES
Thu Display of
ail
Milliner
-AT-
MK-'S.
n's,
--UNDER THE
OPERA HOUSE.
s now complete, entirely new, very
Attractive and at prices never
before known for
MILLTNEBY
In Goldsboro. Call and Examine
my stock before purchasing.
Mrs. Sue Petteway and Mi?s Foote,
who are familiar with all the
latest styles in h.dies' wear,
- will take pleasure in
sho'.ving goods.
Oct. 1-92.
m -few
This season vre are buying and
paying for llice at our Mill. Ilighs
est market price paid for Rough
Iiiee. Call on us before eellinc.
5gsf"We solicit shipments.
Prompt returns.
Orders for Clean Rice and R'ce
Meal promptly filled.
Very Respectfully,
National Bice Hi Co.
GOLDSBORO, N. C
At the old Goldsboro Milhs.
Nov. 20th '91 1 y,
HONEST COMPETION"
Is the "life ol trade, and we
Gnarantes price as well as quality
Of good?.
We keep the best the market
Affords and would call
Especial atieution to the
BESTON ESRTH
A BRAND OF FLOUR
We have control of for this city.
Thofe who have not tried it
Ought to and be convinced"
That there is nciic bettef.
Oar line of
TEA, COFFEE AlfDSPICES
IS COMPLETE.
Try our new brand'of Coffee
Just received, Said to bo
The beat in the world.
A nice election of
CANNED GOODS
And everything fcent in a
FIRST CLASS GROCERY.
We invite you to come to see us.
21
uros, & uo.
Wholesale and Eetail Fancy Grocers.
A.pril 27-92.
EED WHEAT.
Just Reeeivsd a lot of
fied FuKz Wheat
ind Country Seed Eye
-AT-
B. M. PRIVETT'S
JUST RECEIVE!.
One hundred dozen of the latest styles
Men's Keck Wrar worth 50 and 75 cts.,
which we will close out for the next 30
days lor 39 cents.
S.13 SOdvs. C. KERN & CO.
A corker. A Stunner ! Is our $ 2 Jre
liable Derby Hat, and then we have tho'
famed J. B. Stetsons Hats also.
EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO.
KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29,1891
.-Irs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C:
Dear Madam As I have been cured of
a malignant case of ulceration of the nose
produced by catarrh, by the use of twelve
bottles of Mrs. Joe Peraon'a Remedy, I
take pleasure in recommending it to the
public. Respectfully,
Mrs. J.M.WHITE.
Wntia Bay ti.s sick, we t r GaaCcrht.
Whei sho was x ChffiS, sha cried for Castori.
Tlie shn became Miss, sli citing to Castor:,
Don't
0 y udvtu .
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- Just the garment for you now, is our
A utumn-weight men's underwear.
EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO

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