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GO DICKON C NOV 24. 1892
LOCAL BRIEFS. Miss Rue Borden has returned from her yisit to friends in Fayette- ville. The auction sale of the personal effects of the late Joe, A. Paiker, took place in this city yesterday by the administrator of the estate. Tkb city was firll of country peo ple yesterday; and the phenomenal rise iu the price of cotton put them in bouyant spirits and nude trade lively in all branches of commerce. The family of Capt. Alsa J. Brown, ou efficient Register of Ddeds, have moved into the rendec.ee recently occupied by Rev. Jno. T. Edmundson, uear the Graded school. When is the city going to pave the West end of Waluut street along the b'isii'.fss square between ihe Bank and West Centre streei? This should be doue before the heavy Winter neather sets iu. What say our City Fathers? At Shine, Gievne county, N. C, November 17, at a u'olock p. in., by liuf-- B st, Mayor of Mhine and Jus tice of thel'eac, Mr Jackson Head was married to Mii-s Sarah Frazier. May the happy couple continue to 'Shine" live long and prosper. Anothek. brick cotton warehouse for the Gol laboro Storage and Ware house Company has been contracted for by the Company with Mr. Wad dell, and groi ud for its construction was broke yesterday adjoining the one on Jehu sTei t that is now near ins completion. A VERY pleasant social dance was given by the young ttitlenien cf the city in the spaciom dining room of the Arlington Monday night, which was ureatly eu joyed by those who participated. The Italian band made music for the joyous occasion. TnB denth f Mr. John Sum merlin, 59 years o! age, occurred in this city yesterdiy morning at the home of his Bn-in'aw, Mr. J. F. Dinning, where U:a turierHl will be held tin's afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. M D. II ix, of St. J-.hn'e thurch, official ing, A VISIT to the popular Jewelry store of Watts & Watts, ou West Centre street, would indicate from the splendid array f beautiful troods that they anticipate a fiuc holiday trade and such is the expectation of Goldsboro this year. His Excellency Guv. Holt has named Hon. J;is. E Shf pherd, of the Supreme Court lJ.nch, to suc- CMtl the late lamented lion. A. S. jMerrimon, as Chief Justice, and has tappoiuled Ai mislead Burwell, Esq., of Charlotte, to fuc-'et-d Justice Shepherd. Mr. George H. Abbott, manager of t"e Noss Jollity Company was in the city yesterday, making arrange ments for the appearance of this splendid attraction in the Messeng?r Opt-ra House, next iriclay night, Nov. 25tb. It is on the order of " A Breezy Time ", and is absolutely reliable for being one of the finest. It stands on its merits. Quite a pleasant dinner party -wa given at the comfortable and hospttab'e home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J Street in this city yesterday, the occasion being the birthday of Mr Street, and as it was also the birth day of Mrs. L. D. Giddens, the two familiep, as has been their custom for several years, joined in a mutual celebration. The Argus wishes .them both many happy returns. .The Supreme Court has filad its itiaision iu the Brogden case, which wett up on appeal from this county, nd the judgment of the court here is sustained. Ihe sentence was 6 years imprisonment in the peniten tiary and this will be put in execu tion at the next term of Superior tlJourt. In the meantime Mr. Brog den is under a $5,000 bond for his appearance. The following from the Raleigh News and Observer is timely, and well said: "Now let the Democrats beeiu to preach the doctrine that party fealty is of the first couse quence. There should be no toler ati n inside the party for those who propose to play fast and loose. The party demands the undivided fealtj -of its members, and. those who . are mot content to abide by that test ought not to claim part nor lot with ,Says the Raleigh News-Observer: utTkere have, we believe been but six (GHkf Justice since theStae of jSTonth Carolina became a sovereign State: John Louis Taylor. Leonard Henderson, Thomas Ruffin, Rich mond Pearson, W. N. H. Smith and A. S. Merrimon. To this list there was yesterday added Chief Justice Shepherd. The Supreme Court was ."however not orgamz-d until 1818, ,Mb. Chauncey Depew rIso bows to vthe popular will, and predicts that unvJejr the new policy, if carried ou faithfully, there will be "derange ment of Lusiness, paralysis of -industries, stoppage of mills, gen wl distrust and non-employment for large masses of workers." At the same time Mr. Dvpew is not reported as selling any of his -stocks belo j)Bt in anticipation of these terrible .calamities. i The marriage of two of Wayne county's most popular young peo ple, Mr. Theo. Hill and Miss Emma Yelverton, was solemnized Wednes day evening, . at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Robert Yelver ton, near Fremont, in the presence Of a large concourse of invited - v. - i guests, Rev. W. W. Rose, of Fre mont, officiating. The Argus wishes the happy young couple the fullest meel of life's joys and prosperity. A runaway dray coming down Walnut street yesterday afternoon collided with the light spring wagon cf Mr. Tom Jooe&r of Fork town ship, ia which he was sitting, throw ing him out and causing him some painful, though, we are glad to say, not serious bruises, and smashing up his wagon generally. There is an ordinance against the careless leav ing of dray teams in the streets. The law requires that every draymau shall always be in command of his team. The Goldsboro Cotton Mills, un der the new ownership of Mr. L. D. Gulley, with anew superintendent, who 13 thoroughly competent for all departments of the business, and with a full Bet of hands, has started up on full running time, and is al ready kept in large supply of orders. Its yarns are said to be of the high est quality and are always in ready demand. Thes-j mills are now an unfailing source of permanaot and profitable labor employment for Goldsboro. Success to the enter prise aud lo'ig years of prosperity. The city is being billed as it has never been before tor the coming of one of the finest comedv attractions that has ever visited the South the Nosa Jollity company, -which is known from the Atlantic to the Pa cific anrf has earned the enviable reputation of doing all they adver tise. Thsy are a standard company of highest merit and the new man agement of the Opera House gives a guarantee to refund the admission money at the door after the enter tainmeut if it does not come up to what is advertised. The company appear here next Tiuay night in A tmck Match". It has long been a custom, graci ous in the observance, to especially remember the orphans at Thanks giving. It should not be forgotten this year that Goldsboro has an Orphans' Home in sight of our own happy homes the inmates of which have no other home than this, and no bounty of lore save the charity of those noble hearts in the world that are endowed with the God-like attributes of love for the poor and being a father tDe fatherless". Remeoaber the Golds boro Orphanage to-day, The new management of the Messenger Opera House has had the building renovated thronghont, made thoroughly clean and comfort able, aud all who favor the house with their patronage are assured that absolutely perfect order will be maintained. The Noss Jollities are the attraction for Friday even ing, and iiO fiacr entertainment has ever been placed npon the boards in this city. Prices have been put down to meet the pressure of the time?: and resen od seat -1 -e a1 ready selling rapidly at Miller's Phar- A Card. Editor Argus: At the risk of be ing misunderstood 1 feel tbat it is the duty of some citizens to counsel conciliation. The Democrats have much to make them rejoice, but it is said tbat the groat est satisfaction comes from "rejoicing in the mi:id." Harsh or unwise criticism in a time of exultation does not convince and win. Our rejoicing should not lead ns to make mistakes. The peace and prosperity of a community is not promoted by discontent, the confidential relations between neighbors should not be strained too far. While I am a Democrat from the crown of my head to the Bole of my ;et, I think wisdom and discretion suggests moderation. Indignation meetings are object ionable from many standpoints. As member of the Cleveland and Carr Club I think there are expressions that do not reflect the individual sentiment of every member of the Club, ia the resolutions passed. And the resolutions should not have been so worded as to bind some of us who were not there. Let us be content with our victory, and, as citizens, turn our a tention to the duties be fore us and refrain from hasty ex pressions that can but distract and not promote the highesta interest of our people, itespeettuiiy, - J. E. Peterson. fit is, perhaps, proper to say that the meeting of the Cleveland and Carr Club above referred to was one of the most largely attended in its history. The meeting was duly pub lished and all members who were not there and the number of euch must be small, because the meeting was large - should huve been present Besides, the committee had several sittings at which protestants could have filed their protests before the resolutions were, published. The committee followed the instructions of the Club in public meeting assem bled: that is all. Ed. The Cotton Crop, Memphis, Tekist., Nov. 21. Re ceipts of cotton at Memphis since September 1st are 200,945 bales less than last year. This is due to short age of the crop in this district, which is estimated all the way from 35 to 45 per cent., as compared with last s ason. A canvass of the cotton factories and buyers of the city was made to day and the average of the seventy two estimates on the total yield of tie ci op of 1892--93, is 6,624,639 bales. Estimates range from 6,000,- 000,000 to 7,300,000 bales. If the average of the factories alone was given it would not be in excess of 6,350,000. A Plundered Treasury. The newfansrled tretbod of b )okkeeping introduced by Pres ident Harrison's first secretary of the t retail ry was dcubtle? 8 designed to obBcure the real condition ot things. By inc' tiding the gold reeerve, tha national bank red snip tion fund and fractional currency, it was possible to make a hand some surplus appear on paper when in reality there wit a deficit in the Treasury. Under President Cleveland the books of the the Treasury were kept in a plain business-like -way so that every body could understand by a glance at the secretary's statements the exact condition of the public funds. The method of keeping accounts was exposed daring the campaign, and the real condition of the treas ury fully exposed. The following brief Btatement from the New York Herald shows hov the pub lic puree has been plundered. When the Democrats went out of office in Match; 1888, there -wag a surplus of a Imndr. d million dollars in the Treasury, When thev return to power in March, 1893, they will have to meet a de ficit of a hundred luillionp. In other words, the Republicans found a hundred million iurpln and will leave a hundred million deficit. A prolific canse of this depletion of the national treasury has been the notorions pension extrava gance of Republican legislation. The headlong increiee in the num ber of pensioners aud the amount of pension during ten years i shown by the following figures. Number. Pensioners. 1882 285,697 1883 303,658 1884 323,756 1885. 315,425 1886 365,783 1887 406,007 1888 452,557 1889 489,725 1890 537,944 1891 676,160 Amount; Pensions. $54,206,280 60,431,972 57,273,536 65,693,706 64,583,270 74,815,486 79,646,146 89,131,968 106 493,890 118,548,959 This fchows tbat in the first year of the present Kepubhcan admin utration the amount paid in pen sions was eighty-nine million dol lar?. In the second year it leaped to a hundred and six millions, and in the third it rose to more than a hundred and eighteen and a half millions. In the fourth or Intt year of Republican rule the ag gregate will be a hundred andfi ty millions unless the outflow is checked. There is a serious outlook for nation. Obvionely there is but one of two conrees to purtue either to cr.t down the rapidly growing expenditures, or meet them either by oppressive taxation or running into debt. That the first course is the only safe one to adopt must be obvious to all. Will the Republicans join with the Democrats in catting down expenditures, or will they insist on plunging the country into debt at the risk of bankruptcy,."" lanta Journal. Pilteville Letter. Pikevill, N. C, Nov. 21, 1892. Dear Argus: JVIr, and Mrs. T. B. Elmore, of Mount Oiive, are in town on a visit to relatives, The old PikeviiloJ Literary So ciety met recently and reorganized with the following officers : J. D. Smith. President: R. J. Smith Vice President; R. J. Smith, Secretary; J. F. HoBea, Treasurer. The So ciety will give an entertainment sometime in the near lutnro. Mr, J.I). Smith who has been vieiting relatives in Saulston town ship returned home Friday. Mrs, S. F.Worre'.l, who had been quite sick for some weeks, is im proving, her many friends will be glad to learn. There will be a silver medal contest held at Pleasant Grove church next Saturday night. The public are cerdially invited to at tend. J. F. EL. The Money Conference Lond n, Noy. 21. TheAmeri enn delegates to the Intternational j Monetary Conference, which openB i tootnurrow in Brussels, left "Vic toria station this morning at 11 o'clock, in a special saloon car riage. Mr. Henry White, Secre tary of tho American Legatiou.and a number of others were at the station to bid them farewelhHenrv W. Cannon, Presdent of the Chase Nat;onal Bank, f New York, and President of tho delegates, told Representative of the Associated Press that he had been greatly pleased by his stay in London. He added ; "Whatever views the Gladstone tans may nave regarding silver, Dothiug could exceed the courtesy they have shown us here. Mr, Leach and I went all over the Bank of England Saturday, and took luncheon with officials. hod on all sides cue greatest in terest in the Uontercnce, aud am bopeful that it will have good re' suits." . Senator Allison said : ''There is no telling how long the Confer ence will last, and I expect it will be a week before wj get fairly down to business, and an adjourn ment over the utxristmas holiday is inevitable." r Winston Sentinel; Jame3 J. E. Ziglar, of Bethanin township, will succeed Jailor Stockton ss keeper of the county jail after the first Monday in December. Tre appointment -was made by Sheriff McArthur Saturday eveniug. Mr. Ziglar will prove to be the right man in tbo right place. He will move his family in town. THAT COMET. mi . . i 1 f 1 1. inat comer, oi wmcn ww puu- lished a lengthy account yesterday, .. .. . , i "' I i aKi u.,K m wuo.o uuuuuj, Ihe Wilmingtou Messenger oi ,l p . . i - J I u Thoro -'a . Kio nxnm nn nhon t .cumei iui . uUgC.vU. afforreeation t explosives. it came very near knocking me earth off its axis and perhaps destroying it in 1832 and 1872, It is a great bijj thing estimated at 300,000,000 miles in length and is m 1 .1 fnll of immense torrents of ex halations, vapors and heat. If it comes too near the earth it may destroy it by its vapers, eays an astronomer. "There is doubt as to whether the comet coming in the direction of the earth at a very rapid pace is BielaV, but there is uneasiness as to whether or no a collision with the earth will occur in a few nightt about next Sunday say some and it it occurs wnat win be the result. Some says the earth would bo eniitehed to Cinders, while others talk ot the earth be ing so damaged as to be turned into a comet and go careering through the beivenc." The N. Y. World cheers its ie- aders with this : "In view of these alarming con clusions of Manpertuis it is c m t'orting to know that Arago, work ing npon the law of probabilies in regard to nch a contingency, came to the conclusion that the odds were 281,000,000 to 1 against it. "The ennet may now be eeen with the naked eye. It will be found near the centre of the heav ens, and a reddish tinge will dis tinguish it from stars." the surrounding Mr. G. P. Serviss, a lecturer and writer upon astronomy talks toiTribnne reporter andsays that - 1 tne comet is not coming straight f .1. Ik A :il ."I,,. . . - 1 1 j I i iiri till, will iiif . nil I ivn iti. ! It is probably Biela's and that is due this month. The Tribune saye: "It is coming toward no, and may entertaiu ua with some celes tial firexworks, but the centre of it will probably not come within 1,000,000 miles of the earth. Even should it come head on against the earth, we should probably only notice it as an unparalleled display ot fhooting stars." Railroad. Telegraphers. Knoxville, Tenn , Nov. 21. A committee of the Order of Kul- xou c.-po fcUYY" ro-day to ascertain from General Superintendent Vaughn of the Haat iennessee xiaiiroaa, tne re sult nf the rescent demand for an increase of wages lrom $40 to $45 a month, Mr. Vaughn being out of town it was decided to await his return. Meantime the thieat- ened strike of the telegraphers on the Queen & Crescent road bad been settled by a compromise. In stead of getting the $5 a month additional wages demand, each operator is allowed twenty-five tents an hour for overwork, and no dicriuiination is to be made against members of tho Order of Telegraphers. Ijate Foreign News. London, No t. 21. The Socialist Democratic Federation, through its committae on unemployed i . . .. . I working, begins today a new rent campaign. Waite, the So cialist, who organized the demon stration unemployed, addressed a meeting yesterday. He said if af ter tosday auy man paid a farthing for rent while his family did not leave sufficient food, he would be a cur. Waite declared he had not paid any rent in seven years and meant never to pay any. This statement was greeted with cheers. He called upon bis hearers to lini tate the Irish and pay their land lords with blackathorne. Emerg ency committees, he added, have been formed in every district to assist tenants who resist their landlords. If the property owners succeeded in distraining their ten ants, it would causo broken .heads, then the distrained, together with their wives ana cuiiuren, , will go to St. Stephen d and camp out be fore the Houses of Parliament This plan of campaign, the speaker shouted, would pain thousands of dirty landlords. Throughout his speech Waite was greeted with hearty applause. Senator Gordon. Atlanta, Ga., November 24. The attention of Senator Gordon was called : by an Associated Press-re- World's special that bis friends de- J ... ... -V -,- sired him to be Secretary of War under Cleveland, benator Gordon stated that he would not leave the Senate under any circumstances or for anviDOsition. Hefexpressed. how- ever, the hope tnat Uleveiand would honor Georgia with a Uabmet port folio. An Atlanta, Ga dispatch saye: Dr. C. W. Macune, editor of the Jxationai Jzconomist, who was recently defeated as President of the Farmers, Alliance, is in At lanta. He predicts the total dis ruption of the Alliance, if at the next national conference the South em delegates do not attend. "The Alliance is now," be said, "simply a third party machine, and ; will continne o for one year, at least. STIFF HATS! An elegant assortment at . N. Y. BARGAIN STORE. DREAM KU OR DRUNKARD. Q thou wbo ne,er hast loved Thy life is as the dreamer's, unaroustd He wanders on thro' peaceful dales, Nor kDv wg ,he heisht or depths of hope intensity ot iteling is not his, deep uriew consume mm noi nor aom ue know 1 he altitude ol iy. let it he once aspire And taste the tree, whereon there grows Knowledge of good and evil, he hence forth Would not return, e'en if hecoulr. To calmer scenes of ifraoracce and blisp. His is the drunkard's life thercalter. Not the dreamer's. No more eaW sleep, And slow, smooth day p. He craves the drink, The wine of god, amd the ambrosial f uit That in Heaven's gardens grows, And evermore tis life is spent In feverish desires and scant fulfill merits. Nor till the final rest. When death's chill finger stills his eager heart Shall be attain, or even bope to know, Peace and the joys it brings. Minnie C. Ballard, More 1 erritory. San Francisco, Nov. 21.- The Ex aminer to-day published a three-page article, by its correspondent Wil liams, on the annexation of the Haw- laiian Islands by the United States. The article says it has been under stood that the State Department at Washington has been for some Jtime I considering the ouestion ot annexa-1 tion, and considerable correspon dence on that subject has been ex changed with the Hawaiian minis ters. Admiral Brown, it is claimed, also, received instructions to look into the matter while he was at Honolulu. Mr. Williams was sent to Hon olulu by the Examiner, and spent five weeks there investigating the subiect. Out of forty-two members of the Hawaiian Parliament, he ob tamed signed articles on tne sunject trom lorty-one. 1 en ot these regard annexation as possioie ana aesirame . XT TLT.;.. II n-wm.wn-- I ----- " mi ruit?ui ! n nii v u i 11 ill u i-u w i i 1 1 .i uu UUUVDU IVJ , VW, . . . r. wuu aie iu xavoi uj. tuc uuluiujuij ui the Hawaiian Kingdom; Americans who obiectto a territorial form of Goverdment for the islands and su- gar planters who conduct their busi- ness with contract J apanese laborers, If Hawaii were annexed, this last class could not hire choap contract labor, and their interest would suner. The article referred to says Amer- can interest in Hawaii represents a capital of about $11,000,000, while British interest are small. Americans conduct almost all of the business, and English interests are not likely to be increased. It was stated that the Queen favored the English in preference to the Americans, but this impression to w imams, was un ou- latsd by those who owned lands near TT-ifaH SfQM nnay,n skt;nn Af. the United States coaling station at Pearl Harbor, and those interested in the Hawiian cable to the United States, for the purpose of making the U nited btates Government stop in the annexation of the Islands of the Kingdom! PITHILY POINTED. The man was ugly, but the city editor of the Wi stern Wind stirred him up in two minutes. -r ... . is tuis the newfpaper c ffict? m- quired the'cailer. It is, replied the man at the desk. Uidn t this paper say l was a liar? and he began prancing. It did not. Didn't it say I waB a thief? It did not. Didn't it eay I was a scoundrel? It did not. Well, come paper said it. Possibly it was our contempo' rary down tne street, suggested the editor, as he caressed a paper weigm. xnis paper puoiisnes omy what is news. Detroit Free Press. Willie, what are yon writing there, any wa' asked a Bellefon- taine mother of her youthful eon. Oh, nothin'. Yes jou arf ; tell me at once what it is. Is it your lesson for to morrow? No, indeed! Then what isn? Well, if you must know, it's a a white cap warning. A white cap warning! Why, who to? To my 'eacher, that's who. Why, how does it come yon are doim? such a dreadful thimr as that? 'Canse she took my top an' knife 'way from me yesterday. I'm just : . ...11 i that if she don't lu giye the boys all the things back wht she took from them that the white cappers will get her the first time they catch her out. Willie, how many times "have I toid yon not to play with naughty little boy 1 jast saw you playing with? asked a rBellefon- m taine mother. . Don't know never counted Well, remember that I've told yon for the last time. Well, I'm.miizhty glad; 'cause I get six engagements ahead with that fellow. . It ia, to say tne least, wrong for any body to go to church or public meeting and disturb tbe preacber - or. orator coughing. Use Dr. Bull's Cough Bjrup at once. 0170 Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leaveninsr streDcrth. Latest United States Government Food Report. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106, Wall St., New York. Buoklan s Araloa Salve The Hkst 8alvb in the world forCuta, Braises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores.Tstter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,' and posi tively cues Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give per'c-ct satislacuon jr money reranded. fnce 25 cents psi 'jot. For siir. bv J. H. Hill & Son. La Grippe A Rain. During the 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 manv who used it confirm this statement, They were not only quickly relieved, out the disease lett no bad after results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantae that you will be satisfied with results, or the purchase price will be refunded It has no equal in La Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial bottle free at H. Hill & Son's Drug Store. Large bottles, 1 0c. and $1.00. Specimen Cases. o. t. tJlinord, JNew Uassel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism Vlia RtjTnnTl QQ (1 i u r r , 1.jiti i rl a T Atror urea affected to an alarming degree, appetite i tun away, and ne was terribly roduced in Siectric" Brea him. Edward nooh and fltwiTXTth ' hrpo hntt aq ri I anf. fn hl3 I POT fit fWht TOMS . . - . vjsea inrce oouies oi iieciric u tiers ana I seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, D . ... - t Jus leg is sound and weft John fg. hXctohe Uicurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him I entirely. Sold by . H. Hill & Son. HAVE YOU EVER USED THEM. W rH w w O O EH O H Hi o si t-3 tH o -1 o h3 WE CARRY AN ELE- gant line of the above goods, all sizes, full lengths and we advise all wno do not use them, to commence at once, and find out what a comfort they are. Dp. in AJID 11 CpRflinPV-1 BY THE WAY, WE want to remind you that we are still Leaders in Head Gear. Come ris;ht along and bring your friends. We guarantee bargains for all. Einstein Clothing Co., Correct Dressers and Haberdashers. - - Under Kennon Hotel. MUSIC LESSONS.. Miss Lena M. Hudeins, pupil of the Metropolitan College of Music, He ?rK ; iw, gives .instruction m vocal Music, Piano, Harmony and sight singing, at the residence oi Mrs. Hat tie JJoitcn. $2,500! worth of new goods and new pat terns just received, consisting of Silier Fon Bon Baskets, Fruit Dishes, Water Sets, .Solid Silver, Watches, Clocks ER tjjatiand Jewelry, which we will sell AT A BARGAIN. S-Give us a call before purchas- ! ing, as we can Bave you monej at the i Parlor Jewelry Store of Watts & Watts. TAXES, Your taxes must be prd during month of November or costs will be added withont fail. W. T. DOKTCH, Tax Collector. LET. ME FIX YOU UP THANKS GIVING, New Leghorn Citron, " L. L. Figs, " Nuts, assorted, " L. L, liaisins, " Seedles3 Raisins, " French Prunes, " Florida Oranges, " Choice Malaga Grapes, " Finest quality Flavoring Ex- tracts. PLAIN AND PREPARED BUCK WHEAT. Old-fashioned Maple Syrup. Sweet and Sour Pickles. Ice your cake In three minutes WITH MALL BAKING POWDERS. SEAL BRAND COFFEE has no equal in this market, We think it is as cheap as any, but if you don't think so try OUR BLEND At a little less price. Quality considered, my prices are as low as the lowest. Best stock in the city to select from. I. B. FONVIELLE. A BARGAIN -IN- Crayon Portraits! AT :BR0N'S C. 0. STUDIO, OVER GOLDSBORO MUSIC HOUSE They are la reach of all. I propose to make Life Siz j C.-aj on Portraits in three grades cf work at the following- ptiees: $1, $G and also smal' sizrs in the best grade. I guaran tee every one to be a perfect like less and superior in quality io the cheap (machine made) so called crayons represente 1 by ageiits generally. Any tirst-class art teacher can judge. 1 h y are offered at this Very Low Price In order to further extend their already wide reputation. Got them while you can. As to my artistic ability, I refer you to W. G. Randall, 131.V, Fayetteville, St., Ha- lelgh, N.C., graduate of Cooper Art Onion. W. H. Funk, Charlotte, N. C, graduate of Roy a 11 Academy of Art, Munich Germany. C. O. BROWN, We pay full value in cash for Cotton Seed delivered at our works in Goldsboro, or on board cars at your depot in car load lots: or we will exchange for cotton seed the standard Fertilizer, PBOLIFIC COTTON GROWER on liberal terms. Cotton Seed Meal Exchanged for Cotton Seed on satisfactory terms. All communications promptly answered. Address GOLDSBORO GIL MILLS. GOLDSBORO 1ST. C. Or, F, K. BORDEN, Sec'y and Treasurer, Ginn's Grocery. JJAVING RECENTLY CHANGED my business to that of Groceries exslu- sively, 1 invite tne public to seek my corner store,on Jo tin and market street when in need ol Fresh Groceries, IS. C. Hams, . Spr iig Chickens QOUNTEY TUODUCE. I keep a full stock of everything. When you can't find anything you want anywhere else, be sure you will find it at my orner grocery. Respectfully, J. T. G1NN. apl.ia-tf. KINSTON, N. C, SEP. jitra. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: 29, 1891 Dear Madam As I have been cured of a maligrant case of ulceration of the nose 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, Mra, J. M. WHITE. 1. 1 EOBIKSOH i m DRUG SLLOP Where you can find anything in the Drug line. "Fine cigars a spec ialty. We deal in nothing but first-class goods. Prescriptions: This department is in charge of a first-class prescrip tion clerk. Special atten tion given to this branch. A first-class election of lamps and lamp fixtures. If yon want patent medicines, toilet articles, or mineral waters, we can supply you. C0MPEXI01T SOAP" That is superb. A beautiful large chrome goes with every cake, lhepnceg is 25 cents. At their Old Stand on West Centre Street, Opposite Opera Houee E- RoTnnscn & Bro.i Goldsboro, N. C. FALL STYLES The Display of all F! Hi non ill -AT- in 3' 13 UNDER T1IE- OPERA HOUSE. s now complete, entirely new, very Attractive and at prices never before known for MILLTNEEY In Goldsboro. Call and Examine my stock before purchasing. Mrs. Sue Petleway and Mis Foote, who are familiar with ail the latest styles in lt.dies' wear, will take pleasure iu showing goods. Oct.1-92. HONEST COMPETION Is the life of trade, and we Guarante3 price as well as quality Of goods. We keep the best the market Affords and would call Especial attention to the BESTON EfiRTH A BRAND OF FLOUR We have control of for this city. Those who have not tried it Ought to and be convinced That there is noue better. Our line of TEA, COFFEE - AND'SPICES IS COMPLETE. Try our new brand of Coffee Just received, Said to be The best in the world. A nice selection of CANNED GOODS And everything kept in a EIRST CLASS GROCERY. " We invite you to come to see ns. Bizzell Wholesale and Retail Fancy Grocers. April 27-92. THE FIGHT ! ! Is on in every line'of trade, and I am In the ring and must stick. Having had an opportunity to contract with . one firm for 500 gallons of oysters I jet them and the very finest at prices that enables mo to defy competition. Best Norfrlk Primes, 4 as sold heretofore at S 85 cts a quart, oo at SO cts per quart : 15 m 4 cts p- r pint. -Larpo 4 selects lor fries, 35 S cts p.ir quart; 20 cts per pint. - Tho finest oyster crackers on the market. I Thankful for past patronage and by honest dealing and strict attention to business I ask for a continuance of the same. . Kespectf ully. J. D- DANIELS. tWMy Oyster ltestaurant is open at all hours, with the best oyster cook in tbe city Try him. East Centre Street. Griffin's, Boxit BE DECEIVED Bros, & Go.