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JO E ROBINSON,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR
BnUnt at t?u Pottojlc at Goidtboro. A.
AmmmI C'Imm Ma tier.
CTTmi Arqdi seek to t-e rellmMe rr
or th paopia and the tamtlr Democratic, and
bearing: to dtaooaa bo Imuo wherein the people!
rlirhta arr at atake. Prorreaalre, abreast of the
ave, we shall always endearor to keep our edi-
orlal and local columns up to the dar nd
our. Oar rdreulation is rapidly Increasing,
id we hope to soon have the largest circula
tion any rarer in IbMod iil
GOLDSBORO. N. C. DEC. 8. 18 2.
PROPERLY ACQUITTED.
Samxjkl Critchlow, the alleged
Homestead rioter, whose trial was
made a tort of test case bj the
prosecution, because the evidence
againBt him seemed the most con
cl naive, wa acquitted by the jury
on Friday last.
Six witnesses for the prosecu
tion swore vigorously that they
saw him aim and fire at the invad
ing Pinkertone, and Attorney Robb
made the moBt of their testi
mony. Gritchlow's counsel, William M.
Ei win, Eq., of Sioux Falls, Da
kota, made a ringing plea for the
defence. He contended that the
prosecution had brought no evir
dence to prove that the men, wom
en and children were on the
ground for any unla ful purpose
They were there to resist an in
vasion by armed foreign men
"armed by Quartermaster Frick."
"Was the battle at Homesead a
riot or was it an unwarranted in
vasion?'' be asked. "If the latter,
that's the end of it, lor the people
never delegated awaytheir right to
repel invasion. Unless the right of
theFinkertons to be there was made
plain, the people should have shot
them down, should have shot them
after leaving the barges should
have followed them to their hearth
stones and shot them at God's own
altar, and it io6eiblc; ehould have
followed them croF8 the great
boundary."
It is not likely, after Critchlow'u
acquittal, that any of the so-called
riotiri will be found guilty cither
of murder, conspiracy or the more
preposterous charge of 'treason"
concocted by the legal authorities
at the instigation of Carnegie &
Go. It is not a miscarriage of jus?
ticeifthe principle of 'killing; i& ngj
murder" be established in all ;csei
where the victims are PinkeHfn
thugs. '"
A REPUBLICAN BABY-CSY-
This is
rich! It is really too
amusing! ino idea ot tne party
of Quay and Dudley and Martin
and Morton and Reid "'and John
Wanamaker and' Carnegie and
Frick having the cheek to advarvge
such an argument, to hidetneir
discomfiture!
Their organ, the New York
JPreM, tays:
"The policy of the new admin
istration will be shaped and direct
ed by millionaires and monopolists.
They nominated Mr. Cleveland
and furnished the money to elect
him, and they will run his admin
istration or there will be a row
about it."
In the nomination of Mr. Cleve
land there never was a more strike
ing manifestation of the will and
power of the people, the common
masses, as against the plutocrats,
the autocrats, the politicians, the
millionaires and the public plun
derers. His nomination and triumphant
election was nothing short of a
grand, resistless popular revolu
tion against bossism, fraud, corrnp
tioo and bribery, so universally
practied and persisted in by the
party so long in power.
Mr. Whitney is credited with
the assertion that only one of Mr.
Cleveland's old cabinet will be
asked to become a member of his
administration family Ex-Seer e
tary of the Treasury Fairchilds, of
New York.
It is said tbat State Chairman
Hackett, of New York, after the
result of the late election become
known, telegraphed candidate Reid
that bis name upon the ticket had
cost the party 40,000 votes in New
York alone. If this is true, Chair
men Hackett must be a man sever
al degrees meaner than he need to
be in order to take the cake.
The New York Press a Rtijuib
lican 6hret, far more decent aud
respectable than the averege organ
o its party, gets on this bit or
jocose satire. ' Official returns from
Ohio and California show that
both ot those States hare gene Re
publican. The news is highly
gratifying, but it comes along a
little too late to excite any vocif
ons cheering."
Thk town of Marion, Tennessee,
is said to have an attraction in the
form ot a 13-yearold boy with,
a remarkable name. The boy's
name is Cleveland Stephenson, son
of W. W.Stephenson ot that place
He was born atMountPelia, Tenn.
in 1S79. The attending physician
was asked to name the child,
Having just returned from Buffalo,
N. Y., and being a personal friend
of lirover Cleveland, tnen mayor
of Buffalo, he said: "Name biro
Cleveland Stephenson, after a man
destined to be the future President
of this Republic." The boj's
friends ar going to Washington on
the 4th of March to witness the
inauguration of the President,"
Congressman Grcsvenor, of
Ohio, has a theory to account for
the Republican defeat. He says
that Andrew Carnegie was the
responsible party. The McKinley
Bill reduced the dnty on steel bil
lets, rails, etc.; wherefore Mr. Car
negie, "the greatest coward and
sneak of the day," took his re
venge by precipitating the Home"
stead trouble last July, knowing
that the effect would be to incense
every worsingman against tne
party of protection. Mr. Carnegie's
answer to this severe indictment
will be looked for with interest.
We fear it will be only the same
as that which the elder Mr. Weller
so mucn
depended upon, "a
halibi."
Those Republicans who are
complaining because ot alleged
Democratic delay in reducing the
tariff, have their counterparts in
thoee Democrats who are demand
ing seats at the feast of offices be
fore the festive Republican guests
have got their legs from under the
mahogany. As for the tariff re
duction, in should be borne in
mind by our impatient Republican
friends that it took tleir party a
quarter of a cmtury, with tho aid
ot a derrick, to hoist the tariff to
ts present altitude, and that it
an't be lowered in lees than no
time, as thev seem to expect. Nt
thelese the good work will be at
tended to in dnj time, and in such
manner as will materially lighten
the unjnst and unreasonable lmr-
den that has been piled upon the
shoulders of labor and the poor.
Prince Bismarck made the re
markable statement recently, in
he course of his altogether re
markable personal revelation, that
he purposely "fixed", i. e. forged, a
despatch on the 14th of July, 1870,
so as to misrepresent the treatment
accorded by King William of
Prussia to the French embassador;
the result being that France, feel
ing herself unpardonably insulted
In the person of her representative,
had no alternative but to declare
war. This was precisely what
Bismark wanted, as he was confix
dent that the end would be the de
feat of France, the unification of
Germany, and the strengthening
of the Hohenzollern dynasty. To
achieve these ends he avers that he
did not scruple to force a horrible
war upon an unoffending neighbor.
The man of blood and iron never,
in all his callous career made a
more brutal and cynical declara
tion. If he speaks the truth, be
deceived his countrymen and the
world at large by a crime for which
he deserves the gallows Chancel
lor Caprivi says that the statement
is not true, and that King William
did treat Benedetti exactly as
stated in the famous despatch
which, therefore, was not "fixed"
by Bismarck. Unfortunately the
evidence does not support this
version of the incident. Bismarck
is not merely a liar today : He
was, as he boasts, a liar and a
scoundrel twenty-two years ago
none the less, but all the more, be
cause his infamy involved the loss
of thousands of innocent live?, the
ruin ot millions, and the foundation
of aationai uaireds wmcn may
yet cost more millions. What a
difference it would make in the
history of the world if such crimes
were called by their true names
always, instead of being glossed
over by tho high-sounding words,"
glory, patriotism, diplomacy, and
so forth.
Winstox, N. C, December 5.
Forsyth s new board of County Com
missioners and other county officials
met hern to-day and took the oath
of the respective officers and Bled
bonds.
.', The Tariff on Susar-
We publish this morning t n
page 2, a letter on free sugar from
L. H. B. He is a man of logical
mina. lie serins to us to be in
favor of the single- tax scheme of
Henry Or. orge.wluch hecoinca very
near charging upon us as one of
oar sin. If L 11. B. wete a j oli-
tician, the people would keep him
in the right track on the question
of taxing sugar. A Republican
Congress ubolUhed the duty on
sugar. A Democratic Congress
will certainly not restore it. So
we need not con r urn 3 mnch time
iu discussing the question of i's
justice. Uut we must say that it
appear to ns to be plain that a tax
is necessarily niiut wnicn is
levied upon rich and poor, not in
proportion to wealth, but in pro
portion to poveity that is, in
proportion to the number of the
tami!y,or,in other word?, in propor
tion to consumption. It is unjnst
because all taxes ought to be levied
so as that a greater portion of
them may fall upon tho rich than
upon the poor. What member of
the Virginia Legislature would
dare to proprfe to tax the families
of this State in proportion to tim
ber instead of their pioprrty ? L
H. B. fancies that he sees abstract
justice in a tax levied in proportion
to consiitnpti'-n,iut he i- mistaken.
The childless millionaire wh nes
lens sugar than tho poor man hav
ing a large family ought to be
taxed more upon that article than
hia poor neighbor. It would in
deed be an academic discussion it
we should accept L, II. B.'s prop
osition to prove to his satisfaction
tbat the stijar customs-duties are
unjust. Rich. Dispatch
STATE NEWS.
Saliobury Watchman: Caleb
Partee, a colored brakeman on a
constrnction train, R. & D. railroad
was killed last Saturday.
Wilson A dvance: Mrs K Hol
land, of Scotland Neck, retired
Monday night in her usual good
health and the family awoke next
morning to find her dead in her
bed.
Athville Citiztn: Remo Ford,
a colored man employed at the
shops of the W. N C. road hero.
dropped dead about two o'clock
yesterday afternoon while on his
waytowoik trom dinner at his
home on Buxton Hill.
Hickory Press and Carotin
fdn: Our friend, 'Sqnire Hamilton,
is the owner ot a n Die that has
been in his fiimiiyT descending from
father. to son tor over tw. hundred
yea i. It was printed in the city
f L-ndon A. 1, 16G9. The
b ok is s'ill in good 6tate of pre
servntion. See hen! yelled the wrathful
ran, as he to -k off his hat and
showed a head as bald as a cam
la'gii lie.
Ys, I see, raid the drnggist.Did
yon over try my unparalleled cap-
i'ary renovator?
That's just what I did, answered
the bald headed man, in
tones ot wrath, and here's the
result.
The drnggist mused a moment.
Ir works that way sometimes, he
said. Tiie hair grows so fast, you
see, that it pulls itself out by the
roots. Now, if yon wi'.l only
strengthen vonr scalp by using a
fcwt'Ottlcs of my acmeistical scalp
balm
At this point they clinched,
Indianapolis Journal.
Before bidding ber good night
he begged to be permitted to kiss
her.
0b, no, 6he stid, I could not
permit such a thing. Besides, some
body might see ns.
That's tine, he said.
There was a pause, aft.T which
she said with alight laugh '.
How quiet it is hen! There ap
pears to ba nobody about. N. Y.
Press. 1 :'
Kindly "Wile. Here's my poor
man. I'll get yon a bit ot nice
steak if you'll wait a minute.
Husky Hr'n ('he tramp)"Ver
kind, mum, but it will be impoe i-
ble for me to accept your offer
I'm a vegetarian, mum, and if you
happen to have a little beer or old
rye whiskey both of whicli are
purely vegetable products 1 glial.
be glad to partake of your hospi
tality. N. Y. Herald. -
I have no doubt yon . still love
me Henry, said the wife, but you
never take me on your knee now
as you used to do, and yet you
promised to do so at the church
altar.
Promhed to take yon on my
knee! exclaimed the husband in as
tonishment.
Well, as good as tbat.
- I don't remember saying any
such thing. . -
Yon said, to have and to hold.
N. Y, Prce.
w
Castoria is Xr. Samuel Iitcliera prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Blorphino nor
other Narcotic substance. It" is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Cast or ia is iho Children's Panacea
-the Mother's Friend.
Castoria.
"Castoria is so well adapted to children tli.it
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. Ancireit, II. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
"The use of 'Castoria is so universal nr.d
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are 41h$
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach." "
Carlos Martyn, d. D.,
New York City.
Tmt Ckntai-b
Dry Goods, Millmery,
Cloaks, Toys, Silverware,
Dress Trimmings.
"We keep first-class,
sell you as cheap as any
style trash. Come and
L'b K - BEAUTIFUL - STOCK
We have this season. Something new in Dress
Trimmings and Ladies
bone Corset, and a r air of
Respectfully,
M. E. CASTEX a 00.
Gar
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hoots, Shoes and Hats
eceived at our Mammoth Establishment and
to be sold at Lower Prices
with the Hard Times. We offer threat in
ducements in
For Men, Boys and Children. Boots
eell only the best of uoods. We recommend such makes as Zieg
lers, Bay State and Banister's, Don't buy your Clothing
and Shoes e.sewhere, "We are
And, consequently, can give you a better quality, better flt and better selec
tion and more stylish goods at liUUH UUTTUiU. -I'lUUJiS than
any other establishment.
Don't Be Deceived.
Competitors will tell you that our prices are high. We guarantee not onl
the Quality of our goods, but also guarantee that you get better goods .
which are worth buying at our stores for less money than yon will
get elsewhere. This is a fact and our already increasing trade
is proof positive that our assertions are true. We ask you
only one price, and tbat price defies competition.
A child can buy goods as cheap at our
One Price Triple Stores
As the sharpest trader, and you can always be sure that you get full value.
WE OFFEll SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS in Carpets, Mattings,
Hugs, Art Squares; also a full line of 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Blankets.
A full line and great bargains in LADIES' CLOAKS, JACKETS
and "WRAPS. Our assortment in that line is exquisite and we ask an
inspection before buying.
Give us a call and we shall
varied assortment, second to none in
H. WEIL
80 82, 84 & 86 W. Centre
THE FIGHT !!
Is on in every line of trade, and I am in tbe
ring and mutt stick.
Having had an opportunity to contract with
one firm f r 600 (ral lofjft of oystera I ret them
and the verr finest at prices that enables me
to defy competition. -
" '
Best Norfrlk Primes,
a sold heretofore at
B5 eta a quar', no at 9
30 cts per quart : 15
cts p -r pint. Larire
selects for fries, Xi &
eta p r quart: 20 eta 4t
per pint. .
Thj finest oyster crackers on the market.
Thankful for past, patronage and by honest
Sealing and str ct attention to business I ask
for a continuance of the same. Respectfully.
J. D. DA2TTELS.
BTMy Prater Restaurant is open at al
hours, with the best oyster cook in the city
Try him. Sast Centre Street,
spa
Castoria.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour fStomacn, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills 'Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
gestion, Vrithout injurious medication.
"Tor Eoverul years I have recommended
your Castoria,' and shall always continue to
tljrrons it has invariably produced beneficial
results."
Edwin F. Pardee, H. D., ...
.lXlh Strovt and ?th Ave., New York City.
Company, 77 Murray Street, New York Cm
Shoes, Carpets, Ladies
Jewelry, Corsets, and
honest sroods. and will
one. We do not sell old
see
Cloaks, Try a Feather-
Reed's Shoes.
HE
than ever betora in con-
and Shoe3, and endless variety, W
be pleased to show vou our grand a
the State, and a pride to our c:ty.
& BEoS.
Street, GOLDSBOEO - N. C.
in
mm.
Having purchased the
BUGGY AND WAGON
Business of J. B. ElNiERTON, I
want the public to know that I shall
keep a full assortment of Vehicles at
tne old Jones stand, and they mnst
be sold. Don't fafl to come and see
me before buying anything that goes
on wheels, "
will manage the business, and all
communications relating to anything
in our line will receive prompt and
careful attention.
JNO. F. SOUTHERLAND,
; - R. E. JONES, Manager.
MOTHERS 1 MOTHERS I !
We symDatfuze with you because you
usually have so mnra trouble ia getting
a good Hat tor a mv; come and sec what
we have broueht ior you.
ElNST-KlCt CLOTHING CO.
m
I Will Pay
THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
Rags and Old Iron;
ALSO HAVE ON HAND A FINE
ASSORTMENT OK FAMILY
GItO Eli IKS AT MY
NEW STAND,
Two liiors Noitli f the City B.ki-ry
Bring jour old i. -igs nd Ir.n to, anil
buy jour (Groceries from
F. ABRAMiS,
P. S. T also buy La.iiis' and Chil
dren's worn clothing and psy good
prices for tbe same.
Ward's Tonsorial Palace
Nothing succtsedslikesuepfs : thin na& b-u
the experience of A. it. w j. tbe linrbei
sinc he owfnud business In Goklshoro. cm.i-
he is now alile to announce to tbe puOiii t)'t
her.asg'ot tne best equipped n most satis
factory Tonsorial Paine in the State. '
All the popular Harhers of the city a un
mp;oyed in his t-ir.ii ::nji-nt, pron; hd1
JIM HATFS,
CHARLIE II. DENT.
OLIVER HADGER.
JOHN D. WILLIAMS.
i . ntmutriL' to thank tho purine aer
Ous patronoire thny t. ve toctentied . .jince
I mored wtth my family G.Hhoro anrt pur
eh istd a home hero, .to ap.uritu; th-m that I
shall continue to exercise mv best effoi ts for
their continued tort aud satisfaction in rn
line l remain ver respociiunv
:. WAR!).
At Fordham's ol" s and. F.aet tVntre - rwl
Goldsboro N . C.
TO THE PUBLIC
y7"ITH MANY THANKS TO THE $
Citizons of Goldsboro and surrounding coun
try for tbi ir liberal patronage in Iho past I
take this me hod of inf Tniing them that 1
will shortly engage in he drug business again
with an entire new srock of ilruf? and fixtures
With a practical experience of 3) ye irs ia
eompound'ng prescriptions rnd the sale of
dru;i.s a-d medicines I fuel safe in 'Ssuring the
public entire sati-f action, whi e by careful at
tention t'j business I hope to merit and ic
eeivea Hbetai patronage. Respectfully,
n C. SHANNON.
BOARDERS.
Mrs. B F. Arrington has returned 1o
uoldsboro ana occupies her lormer resi
dence on George Street, where she is pre
pared to accomodate a iraited number of
boarders e;t!'er -wi'li table board or with
r orus furnished.
Parties desiring ti rais can apply at res-
tieace. j & w. 1 m. JNov. 8.
SUIT THE
Pants, from 40 cents
to $3.50 per pair. Flan
nelette Shirts, 25 cents.
Ilorncsptin Shirts, 20 cts,
Heavy Shirts, from 50 to
90 cts. Corsets, 24 cts to $1
Sutrar, 5 c-m?;
Startch, 5 cei:t. ;
Soda 5 ct-s C;.ff-i-, 1(J
cents; Spi e, ! h cent.-;
Parched J. ffee, S5 ci;-;
Good Fiour, 3 cts,
o-
ToToacco. 3jCL-ciftc
Black Pocket Virginia
only 15 cents per pound,
25 kinds from 15 to CO cts.
The Leader worth GO at 40
cents. Snuff 30 to 40 cts
Blices. Slaoes.
Children's Shoes
25 cents to $1.50
Warranted Solid.
Men's Shoes, $1.00
and up. Ladies'
Solid Lace ani But
ton, 90 ccri to $2.50.
Boston x Bargain V House
T. Hunter Hail, runic U. EdiuiiDd
eon Props,
W. L, DOUGLAS
Jfl
The Ladies Shoes Came
- In - n time; but wing to the rush at
the factory, we are a little late this season
1 getting in our sur ply of Pouglas Shoe
for men ana boys. They are here now,
thongh , a big let of them, but they are not
likely to be here long the way they are
gsing. Our sales on them for the last
week have been tremendou: in f iCt, th.
largest that, we lot had in any ong wee
Have you ever worn a pair of them J
not, get a pair, and flni out how much
you " have " missed. Once tried, .always
used. Eve-y pair warranted, and Fold
only by
H OOD & BkITT.
. MUSIC LESSONS..
Miss Lena M. Hudgins, pupil o
the Metropolitan Uollege of Music,
New York City, gives' instruction in
vocal Music, Hano, Harmony and
sight singing, at the residence oi
Mrs. Ilattie Ddttch.
flTTAT
rnr. a
Ml
0 1
1 V&..UU iu
Don't
BE DECEIVED!
o
HONEST COMPETION
I Jih life of trade, and we
Guarantee price as well as quu'itv
Of good.
We keep the bppt the market
Affords and would call
Especial attention tu the
BESTONERRTH
A BEAND OF FLOUR
We have control of for this city.
Tho e who tip.ve not tried it
Ought to and he convinced
That thore ife none hotter.
Our i.e of
TEA, COFFEE AND-SPICIS
IS COMPLETE.
Try onr new brnnd of Coffee
Just received, Said to be
The best in the world.
A nice te'ection of
CANNED GOODS
And everything kept in a
EIRST CLASS GROCERY.
Wc invite you to c-jme to g;c us.
Bizzell Bros. & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Fancy Grocers.
A.pril 27-92.
You Must fctot Delay
IN
Gi ttir:g a Suit for yourself.
New our stock is almost com
pltte, if you keep putting it off
you will have to take what ii
hft. WE WANT YOU TO REM EM
13 Ell THIS DISTINCTLY:
We keep only first clnss goods
in tins line and a sale with ns
is a sure guarantee of flt aud
good quality.
Einstein Clothing Co.,
Correct Dressers and Haberdashers.
Under Kennon Hotel.
FALL STYLES
The Display of
Fall Millinery
AT-
Mrs. S. I, Griffin's,
UNDER THE
OPERA HOUSE.
e now complete, entirely new, very
Attractive and at prices never
before known for
MILLINERY
In Goldsboro. Call and Examine
my stock before purchasing.
Mrs. Sue Petteway and Miss Foote,
who are familiar with all the
latest styles in lr.diet' wear,
will take pleasure in
showing goods.
OcLl-92. "
KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29, 1891
jlrs. Joe Person, Kittr ll, N. C:
Dear Madam As I have been cured of
a malignant case of ulceration of the nose
produced by catarrh, by he use of twelve
bottles ot Mrs. Joe Person g Remedy, I
take pleasure in recommendiag it to the
puuuc tvespecuaiiy,
Mrs. J. M. WHITE.
PMI M li!
Cream .nd MXk-
Delicious Cream and Milk.
R. C. Freeman.
Dec 2, '92.
IT T8 A DUTT Von ownyrii elf and fam.
117 to vet tho best valve- for yoar money.,
economize In yoar footwear by purchasing
W. Li. nouKlaa Shoos, which represent the,
best value for prices asked, as thousand
will testify.
IM- TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..
W. L. DOUGLAS
eo ouab? for
99 onWBi GENTLEMEN.
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOflLO FOR THE MON&f.
A genuine sewed shoe, that will nol rip. One
calf, Kamlega, smooth lmlde, (lexlbls, more com
lortable, stylish and durable than any other iho ever
sold at the nrioA. Viiii.laMi.tnm . 1 i 1
from 1 to i
RA a"l 5 Hand-sewed, fine calf shoes. The
VtA. and Iland-Rr'wpd, flr.ocalf shofs. The
IT? m9Bt stylish, easy and durable shoes ever sold
5L ?ic!hTlley e1uaI flne Imported shoes eostlngt
from8? tol'tt1" 6qUal fine lmPortei tloe costing
RO SO Police Sh oc, worn by farmers and all
WW. othera whn wan- n v. . . . ,
Boiea, extension edge shoe, easy to walk in. and will
keep the feet dry and warm. m "
$2.
-..r rZiT . J U11C1 x ney are maae lor ser
hafoTu SSSSS 8ale8 8hW
,y more wear ror tn
;t.ou and Tenths' SI. 75 School
tj nere. The most serriceable shoes sold at the price.
J duties 1X13 worn I! Y I no noTfl evarr.
foy
S3.00 llaud-Hewed, !?i.50.
mi"ril 5-,l anJ .5 Shoes for
viifu nam pw. w.ii-
ae.ertTTh.L"..".
SS?lre5i-T-h,eZa.re Tery stylish, oomfortablo and dura-
r" oo.uu. uii wno wisn to economize la
their footwjar are finding thtsout.
from $4.00 to 66.00.
..,...v,u11.liiu iimua.uueacusunK
stamped on the bottom of each shoe: loot for IV
vttuiion. w.i.. uougias'name and the price la
woen you buy. Beware of dealers attempting to aunT
jiinui e pmer manes ior them. Buch substitution. are,
fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law fur obv
taming money under false pretences.
W. L.. DOUGLAS, lirockton. Dlaa, aoldh
Hood & Britt,
QOLD.SlJOr.O. N. C.
THE DOUBLE STORE
-OF
Best & Thompson
13 NOW FULLY STOCKED
WITH
FLOUK, BAGGING AND TIES
(Bought in Car lots)
Sugar at Refint r's prices. A Fut! true
oi'Groceiii s nt whlesule and retail.
Buying gr'ds iu lirge quantities
w e an fully pripiircd to niett
the clostft cnipetiti( n in.
Alices. In our
IDIE-Sr - G-OOIDS
Depcinineiit
We a-o carrying a flrst-cUs st ocW of sta
plo 1 ry Good?., No'.i ns, Shops, Hats,
Clothing, etc We h-ve a argc and
better Hssnrt iv nt of Men's, I a
dics' and t hildren's thoea.
t' an heret- fore, and our.
Vet Men and Boys cannot le cxix'lu.l
as t Stjle, quality and price.
Everything at BOTTOM PRICES,
We hIso buv cotton, tnnf-itrninenta
cf cotton solicittd. Highest market
guaranteid and returps r?nlncl
promptly.
Best & Thompson,
Goldshoto, N. C.
-TO-
FARMERS !
We sell best qaallty heayy weight Roefc
Lime for building purposes.
SEED OATS AND RICE
And groceries of
all kind?. Timothy
Hay, Wheat Bran and
liice Meal. Try on
sack of Rice Meal ani
fee if it is not the
Cheapest and Best Food
for s'ock you
ever tried, A
trial is all we ask.
We keep all kinks
of Groceries, Tobacco.
and Snuff, at "Whole
sale and Retail, and
at prices to suit the
hard times. Give
us a call. Respect.
HEKRY&tfl. LEE
lLLL- J--T- 111 mi n -
'TO BUY A TBIKB.RI6HT.
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2
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nil
33:
cm
if
D. W. HURTT.
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w ,
5nrnlinn4 TaSIap 1 -
11 m i. ii nil i i riii in i -.r
w f II Mil Ul I Ul
OOLDSEOBO. N.O.

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