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GOLDSBORO. N. O.. DEC. 8. IS 2.
TWENTY THOUSAND IGNORANT REPUBLICANS. It it possible that 20,000 Massa chusetts citizens are to ignorant that thej eould not understand the ezcaedinglj simple Australian ballot, and threw away their rotas in the late election! The Repnb lican leaders, invading the Re publican candidate for Governor, Mr. Haile, arer that snch was the fact. Thej explain it as follow: The Republican candidates for gov ernor and Lieutenant-Governor, respectively, were William H. Haile and Roger Walcott. The Frohibitionist candidate for Gov ernor was Hamlin, The intelligent Republican voters con Id not grap ple with the tremendous problem of distinguishing Walcott Hamlin from Roger Walcott, although the ballot clearly indicated the politi cal complexion of each and told J for what office he was a candidate. Tbefore the muddle! voter mark' ed a cross against the names of Haile and Hamlin, and his vtte consequently was counted for neither! That is what the Republican leaders say. Their object in sayiDg it is throw odinm on the Austral ian ballot, by means of which the voters of the State hare been en as bled to exercise their choice at the polls with absolute secrecy and without tear of intimidation from anybody. The statement has no founda tion in fact, and no evidence to make it seem plausible, passing by the inherent improbability ot the story that there are, even in the Republican ranks, as raanv as 20,000 voters of uch limited intel ligence. Governor Rassell, who is not the man to be counted one or bull doted or defrauded in any way, riddles the Republican pretension by showing that the "blanks" were even more numerous in the vote for minor c fflcers than in that fot the Governor; that there were in the same election 32,005 blanks for Lieutenant-Governor, 39,067 blanks for treasurer,; and 40,894 blanks for tecretav that is nearly twice as many blank as for Gov ernor and about these last votes there is on claim of any mis take. As Jofciah Qainey pungeutly observes: "A familiar proverb declares that it is an ill bird that foals its own nest. Disregarding this sen sible adage, the Republican party, in a vain attempt to find some other cause for its defeat on the governorship than the obvious one that it did not have votes enongb, tarns upon itself and proclaims that its own ignorance of the method of voting was the trouble. It accuses large numbei s of its own voters, edncated in the glorious public schools, of whi:h it claims to be the exclusive guardian, of stupidity so dense as U be little short of iucredible." The whole scheme is but part of the plot concocted by despeate Re publican to rob Governor Russell of his honestly won victory. Fin t they claimed mistakes in the offici al returns and put the State to the labor and expense of a recount, the only result of which was to increase the Governo'rs plurality by about 700 votes. Now they trump up this story of ignorant voting on the part of their own supporters, and hint at earrying the ease le- fore a partisan majority in the Leg lslature with the view of undoing the people's work. IBP IT GO FORWARD. The Louisville CocrierJoumal one of the earliest and always the ablest and. most aggressive advo cates of tariff reform, is still in the lead for an early and radical re daction of the tariff. H Reviewing the question liieft but to the point, in its current issue, says that some of the Repub lican journals are assuming that the Democrats hesitate to under take the work of revising the tariff. The hot e of hesitation passed long ago. There is no evidence in the ranks of the Democratic party of any fear as to the tetnlt of tariff revision. , A political organization : may hesitate tolncrease taxation in any direction; but the people ; have never rebuked any party for a re daction of taxation. Reason and . observation a-iae hn the benefits wbicn follow a redaction of taxation. Prosperity followed free trade in England, aud the most prosperous period in American history is that running from the passage of the Walker tariff to the outbreak of the civil' war. We cite Mr. Blaine, who in bis "Twenty Years in Congress" says: "After 1852 the Democratic party had almost undisputed con trot of the Government, and had gradually become a free trade party. The principles embodied in the tariff of 1856 seemed for the time to be so entirely vindicated and approved that resistance to it ceased, not only among the people, but among the protective econo mitts, and even among the manu aclurerc to a large extent. So general was this acquiescence that in 1856 a protective tariff was not suggested or even hinted at by any one of the three parties which pre sented Presidential candidates. ' These are the words of Mr. Blaine, in the character ot' the historian, A judicious revision of the tariff in the direction of free trade would be responded to by a wonderful expansion of industries and commerce. Free wool would open new markets to American products, and free ships would enable us once inrre to dispute with Great Brittain the BUptem acy of the sea. Oi with the work. MOVEMENTS OF COTTON. Tuo Treasury report states that the exports ot cotton from the Uuited States for the month of October this year were 693,169 bales, worth $26,590,183, as com pared with 871,297 bales, worth $39,337,331 in October, 1S91. In pounds the exports were 350.55 0, 342 in October this year, aud 441, 772,179 last year. This shows a falling off of 91,- 000,000 in guautity, and of nearly thirteen million dollars in value. In other word, while the quantity decreased only a little more than 20 ier cent., the value d.-creased nearly one-third. The expert price of cotton in October last year was a traction over 8.9 cents a pound; this year it wns only 7.5S cents. The quantity of cotton exported in October this year is not only less than that sent oat in the corre sponding mouth of last year, but it falls sti.i farther below the ex poits ot the years 18S9 and 1S90, which were, respectively, 451,911,- 838 and 464,288 677 pound.. If, howover, we go back to those year? we shall find the October exports ranging from 296,361,059 pounds in 1885 to 392,021,324 ia 1837. The exports this year were, there fore, fully up to, anl in lact, aboye the average of the four years prior to 1889. In 1885, when the October ex ports were smaller than they have been in any year since, falling be low 300,000,000 pounds, their val ue was $30,402,954. In October this year the exports were 54,000, C09 greater than in 1885, while their value was $3,000,000 less. Thk Aaile-Osborne faction will stop at nothing if they feel t are in braving popular indignation; but there is a limit whieh tbey will find it very perilous to cross. Mas Bach use tta is not Connecticut, n r is this year of Democratic victoiy everywhere no in which the fraud of 1876 may be attempted with impunity on even the smallest scale. Don't ! If a dealer offers you a bottle of Salvation Oil witbout label or wrap pers, or in a multilated or defaced pack age. don't touch it--don't buy it at any price, you can rest assure there is some thing wrong it may be a dangerous and worthless counterfeit, insist upon getting a perfect, unbroken package. fnce 25 cents.- 20 Gar Loads : Fresh Goods, f -o One Car Meat, One Car Arrow Ties, On3 Car Seed Bye. One Car Flour, One Car Fine Salt, One Car Choice Timothy Hay, One Uai itock Lame, One Car Laths, One Car Rice Meal, Oue Car Sugar (all grad is) One Car Bagging, One Oar Ileavv Bags, One Car Coffee, One Oar Bran, One Car Ooar?t Salt, One Car Mixed Hay, One Car Piaote. aud Cement, One Uai Art ais One Car Fed Oat, One Car Oow ved. ALSO Rump Pork. Hams, Lard, Starch Pepper, Rice, Matches, Brooms. Soap, Soda, Tobacco, Snuff, Empty Grain Sacks, Backets, etc All above for sale at rock bottom -prices by B. M. Privctt. Wholesale and Retail Grocer and , Cotton tvunmission Aierchauu ATLANTIC - COAST WlLMINiiTUN i Waiio: fi.il .ad breaches. d V I I'i VS KI HCHEDULE. TRAINS K)INO SOUTH. M, SSjj; No. 27 No. 41 ' KastMail Dally.wt 1 W za Dally. 8undv. Lv Wo Lion..'..... 1230 p m 543 p m 8 00 a n. Ar Kooky M 140pm 8 38 7 08am ArTaiboro 218 pm lv Tarboro 12 58 pm 8 00 p m Ax Wilson 818pm 70Cpm 7 40an Ly Wilson 230 T m ArSotma HS pro. ..... Ar Payettevlllo.. 5 30 p m Lv Ooldsboro. ... 315 pm 740pm 8 3-1 an Lv Warsaw 41i p m 930 a n lv Magnolia 4 37 pm 840 p m 944 a o Ar Wilmington... 6 0 p m P56 p m 1135 a n NO. 13 DAILY. TRAINS GOING NORTH. : Si No. 40 ,3 53 Daily ZO S50 Sunday. Lv Wilmington .. 2 35 am 915am l!0pt Lv Magnolia 1 54 1057 a w 602 p a Lv Warsaw 1111 a w 615 p n ArOoMsboro 2 55 a m 1205 p m 710 p n Lv Kayettevillo J93u a m ly tiolma.. U3 a m Ac Wilson 12 SO p m Uv Wilson 335 a m 1258 p m 804 p m .Ar Uocky Mount. 4 03 .... 130pm iiJ p n Ar Tarboro 30a m 218 p m l.v Tarboro 12 58pm Ar Weldon 5 05 a m 256 p ui' 10 00 pm Train on Bootlan.l Neck Hruncu Kjml eavt Weldon. 4 i p m Halifax 4 23 p m; arrive Scotland Neck at 5.15 p m.. Greenville 8 51 p. m.. Kington 8.00 p.m. Kuturning leaver runscon .iu a. in., ureenvme oi mAmn Halifax at 1100 a n.. Weldon 1125 a m, dailj except Sunday. Trains on Washinirton Branch leave Wash ington 7.00 a, m., arrives A & K. J u notion 8 4 a. in., returning leave' A. & K. Junctio 7JC p. m arrivea Washington 8.4? p. in. Uaii3 exot pt tiunday. Connects with train- oi Aioemn-ie ana tiaieign n, a., ana twiuuj Keck Uranch, I I TV. Iff n hI. . ttw.ma.a.1. St Raleigh railroad, daily except Sued ly, 4 4 p.m., Sunday 3 00 p.m., arrive Williamstoo, N 1 im p. m., t as p. m. riymouin oaipu it p m. ueturmng leave riymouin aauj touDt tSundav. 8 (0 a ra .. Sunday 9 00 am Viiliamaton, 7 3 a m., 9 58 a.m. arrive Tax- ro. 10 40 ' tn 11 20 am. Trains .in Southern Division. Wilson and Fayetteville Bracuh leaves Kayetteville 5.31 p. in., arrive Howland 7 12. p. m. Keturoini leave uowiaun I ,.w a. m., ar.ivc ijri;iK- ilie 0. -0 a. in., daily except ounday. ii raiaon Midland. N . C. Oruon iet Holds- bro, daily except Sunday, 6 00 a. m.. i.rrivt smitnneld, T sua. tn. ueturmng leaves oou.u- leia, H uu a. m.. arrive I'oiasooro, m. Train on Nashville branch lea res Uocky Mt, ti lap. m.. arrives NashvUle 5 55 p. m., Spring i-lope a dup. m. tteturning leaves spring nope s uua. m., nasnviiie iw . m., arrive nooay Hount 9 15 a. m., daily, except Sunday i'rain on Clinton branch leaves Warsaw foi Jlinton. dally, except Sunday, 6 20 p. m. anr 11 15 a. m. Returning '.eaves Clinton at 8 20 i. m. and 3 10 p.m.. connecting at Warsaw wiib Vos. 41, W.Wsnd 73. trancbio N. 51. Northbound is No. 50. Daily outhDo-ma train on wnson rayetteviiit xoept srunday m.vHi Kooky Mouut. Whs.ii . Ooldsboro and L'rain No. Si. a lutn. ana it onn, wui umv Hagaolia. . ! t. n-. 78 makes close connection at wei t in for aU L-olute North, daily. All rail via cU-.'hmond, and daily, except Sunday via Bay r.ine, also ar. Uocky Mount dully except Sun int. with Nor'ulk and Carolina nailroadfor N iriolk nvd all icints North via Norfolk. JOHN f . OIVINK, Uei lBUpt :. K. KHvLr, Gen'l Manager. M ivviBjOH. Trarao Manager. iUaatic &: Norffl Carolina R. P rimo Table No. 22. TO TAKE EFFKCT OCT. 17, 1890. TKA.IN3 GOING EAST. STATIONS. N .. 51 No. I t leave. P. VI. A. M. GokUlioro . . 3 30 6 30 Best s ,. 3 50 7 05 LaGr.nge 4 09 7 3J Palling Oreuk 4 23 7 53 Kiuston 4 40 8 30 Caswell 4 55 8 55 r.ove; 5 "5 10 02 Core Creek 5 19 10 38 Tuscarori 5 35 11 05 Clark's 5 41 11 41 Newbern 6 08 3 00 Riverdale. 6 39 8 42 Croatan 6 44 3 50 Havelock 6 56 4 13 Newport 7 16 4 42 Wild wood 7 24 4 55 Atlantic 7 28 5 01 Morehead City. 7 43 5 21 Atlantic Hotel 5 28 Morehead Depot P- Mi TRAINS GOING WEST. STATIONS. No. 50.f No. 2.f leave. A. M. A M Morehead Depot 6 25 7 00 Atlantic Hotel 7 15 Morehead City 6 47 7 27 Atlan'ic 6 68 7 52 Wildwoov' 7 03 3 05 Neewport 7 13 8 27 Havelock 7 33 9 04 Croatan 7 47 9 33 Riverdale 7 52 9 46 Newbern 8 30 1 30 Clark's... 8 48 212 Tuscarora 8 58 2 30 Core Creek 912 8 00 Dover 2 28 3 40 Caswell 9 89 4 05 Kinston 953 500 Falling Creek . 10 06 5 30 LaG range 10 25 6 04 Best's 10 40 6 84 Goldsboro 11 10 P. M. VA RA - J:l . o i.M connects with W. & W train bound N2rth, leaving GoldBboro. I 10 p. m., and it. os JJ. train West, leaving Goldsboro at 4 p. m. No. 51, passenger, daily except Sua- T : . i. a. fi Tk . r e Goldsboro 3.05 p. m., and W. fc W. train vuuiieeu vi lux n. at xj. inio, arrivinu trom the JNorth at 3.10 p. m. tjno. l. Mixta freight and passenger Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Trio, z, Mixed eight and passenger Mondav. Wednesdav and Fridav.eoiir with W. fc W. through ffei-ht. Nonb bound, leaving Goldsboro at ll.lop. m. Snnrintinint STIFF HATc! An lej;ant nswirtment at N. Y. UAKGAIN STORE. Lost or Strayed. A light bay mar? mu'e, 4 ye irs old, about 15 hinds high, light colore 1 noe, with an "L W" clipped on her left side. Left my farm on last Tuesday night, Nov. 22. Any one giving any information about the same will be adequately reward ed for their trouble. MARY B. WILSON, Bass, Sampson Co., N. O. Pr J. . Wilson. . - A corker. A Stunner ! Is our f 3 re liable Derby Hat, and then we have the famed J. B. Stetsons Hats also. EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO. UNTIL NOTIFIED. Miss Laura Barnes having been sum moned to No-folk by the extreme illness of a near relative, to be absent some days, her customers ia this city will be notified of her return. ' Ric Gmlmfl&D anville Bailro 4 Co. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. IK EFFECT MAY 89. IKMS TRAIN 8 GOING SOUTH OAI i.V No :.! LvBlohmoad "aottpiu aa : Lv Burkvllle S 03 pm 00 Lv Keysrillo 6 43 pm 5 41 u A.rDD-illc SlOpm IHIti Ar Green8ljro 10 I5pai l 11 a. Lv G-oldsboro .... ... U 15 p n 7 i pm Ar Rileiirh.. 4 15 pm H : 5 tvu Lv Bileiif h.. B 15 pm 7 ure LvOarfa.m 7 23 pm 7 5 tn Ar Greensboro... 10'H'pm 10 :0 tn Lv Wln.OQ-Salem... ... t8 85 pu 8 VI Lv Graonaboro 1035 ptn 103O:i Ar Salisbury 13 18 am 13 to ii ArStateeville 2 3ara 'lOiOtr Ar Ashville. 8 CI am ! -S8 rem Ar Hot Spring 10 43 am 8 10 w Lv Salisbury l838am 13h8iti ArCbtrlotte S&)arn 1 30 a Ar Spartanburg 5 (W ana 4 28 o Ar GreeaviUa SlOaiu 5 3i (a: Ar Atlanta 13 25 pm 11 :l . - Lv Charlotte S i0 am I SOnm ArColunia..... ... 553 am 6 45 p n ArAuifiiata I 3J mi TSAINS GOING .VOKTH-D V U. v. , NolO , N..I-- Lv AuffURta Lv Columbia Vr Charlotte Lv Atlanta Ar Charlotte Lv Charlotte Ar Salisbury Lv Hot Springs. LvAsheyille.... ...... Lv States vll'e Ar Salisbury LvSalisbury Ar Greenatoro Ar Winston-Sales Lv Greensboro........ Ar Durham....... .... Ar BaleiKb Lv K ) gk Ar 'ioldsboro Lv Greensb-iro.. Ar Danville....... Ar KeyavtUe Ar Burkville Ar Riohmonl , 7 00 poi 8 5 a 11 10pm j 13 4 : 8 10 am 5 15 8.V)pn SOoa a An u.n 1 a ... 6 40 am t (! . m 8 ml n 6 31 pm 97dm 4 30 pm tlUur i 3. . 708 2 50 am 4 0am 8 37 am 1(1 in 8 35 pa 10 2 . p ; tl2 10 ui 13 01 a 11 Warn 1030 am IS E P'U 1 33 poi I 28 pm Subpui '10 3 am 12 10 pm 2 48 p 3 31 P'O 6 3dp - 3 0-J 8 45 1215 l" l ip 134 a 4 IS 4 57 . 7 10 Dally. f Daily exoept -4iiii-lar. 18TW8BN WB3T POINT & UICHM--Leavv West Point 7.50 a. m., daily, an l . m., daily except 8unday and Mon iay: i rive Kichuwnd 9 05 an l 10.4i a. m. Huturu . leave ttiohmond 3.10 p. ra- and 4 45 p. tn . -t i. except Sunday; arrive West P.nu. () i " 10U p.m. BBTWBBN RICHMOND AND ItA. 8'-i VIA B.KK6VILLB. Leave Biohmond 3J-3 p. m, dally; let vt. v. vilie 5.5 a. m arrive Oxford a.l8 a. iu.. H-tn lenoa v&) a. ni Ourham S.J ' a. m.. lUu 10.4H a. ra. Keturmn-c leave Kaleitcn 8 15 :. : daily Durham 9 35 p. m.,Henderao;i a. (Op ui. OrforJ IJ.50 p. m. arrive Keydviile l.uo a. u. Kiciimiud l. ! a. m. Piiiltnin Pa I lact? Sleeping Cars tietwwh Richm jn i and Ha.-lg-h on above trains. Mixed tria leave ICei avllle daily. .co- i 3unday. S.10 a. m : arrives Duniam ri.tj p. :i. arrivno oxford 7.45 a m. Lieaves iuruam ... m. aaiiy vxbw tju . Additional train leaves Oxford tally Sunday 11:15 p mM arnv: K- derson 11.53 p.m., tt aarui:w Henderson .'.uj a. m., aaiiy suu w arrive Oxlor l 8.0i p. m. V nhiutfUKi and doutb weteru Vv-sti u Limited operates between vvstiiari -.. Atlanta daily, leaves iVmhinijtou ll.'H P Danville 60 A. M.. Grerfaib-im 7. s v Salisbury 8J28 A. M.. Unn.itu- J V v. arrives Atlanta a r. yi. ttetu"i Atlanta 1.40 P. M.. narlotte 9.J-I P H.. bury 10.34 P. il Gree mboro 13.00 P 'i riyes Danville 1.30 A, M., Lyn him j tn H.. w asninirton a n . Throuxii Pullmm dleoper New r-. Hew Orleans, alan butweeu lV tau: ii.-... . . Vlompbin. vi A'lantaaad Hir t. uu- n Nos. 9 and 12 connect at il.oi u and to West Point and ini'.im - i-.i. nr Sunday. 8LBBFING CAR SEE VIC :.. rw. niMtn.ii..j in D.,nmd n.,.r... - ..... between Atlanta anil New York, U iaviii- .i- Augusta, On 11. and 13, Pnii-jian Bu-T-t si-hm.-.-.: oe- tween Kichinond add Oan.-iii.-. ..... . and Punuta.i n i !.;t M-;-.- ers beiveea New fork, vv .'ii i Cnoxvii via Dtnville. .-4lis:iary :i-i rille, and Pullmau Sieepera beiw- i -v nKton and Atlanta On traina S and 1J Pull ram wj-s..p i. JtkTt betw n Ualuiarh and Ash -hub . B. BKKKLBIf.dui.riu i i it"!'! v. X A, Ti rk, Ass't. Oej. Pasa. Cnarluf c. : ,. W. H. Green. Gen'l HVr, Auaiu. Jai-.L. Taylor. Gen. Pass. amr.:. At. ann. Sol Haas. Traffl i Manaitur. Al.lM-.t.. SEED WHEAT. Just Keceivsd a lot of Red Fultz Wheat And Country Seed Kye -AT- B.M. PRIVETT'S OOIVDSBOKO MABKKT8. OOrreoted Daily by B. M. Privet WholeMlv Provialon and Uraln COUNTRY PBODUCB. Cottcn 8.75 mm 3ides Shoulders Lard Fodder Corn, Meal Peas Peanuts.... ...... Oats... . .... BBS ChioVens Bees wax.... . H i en 13 9 0 10 8 O 9 9 10 90 & 1 00 65 fit 80 60 (a) 85 90 1 00 65 O70 45 a 50 10 a 11 15 a 20 30 (a) 22 K a A. B. O'NEIX, . PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKER! Repairing Neatly and -Promptly Done. Satisfaction Guaranteed Always ShoD on West Centre Stree. ud stairs on secon'l floor of old Mssenger Building AN OPEN LETTER. Mobo anton, N. C, June 28, 1892. Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: DEAR MADAM I have nsed yonr Remo3y as a Tunic and Blood Parifier and nnhesitatingly pronoance it the 'beet that I have tried. I feel satisfied that it will do all yoa claim for it. Reeyectfnlly, II. D. Lequex, Pastor Baptist Church. For sale by lead i eg Drnpgieta and Dealers. SALESMEN : Energetic men wanted.- Free prepaid oatfit One of oar agents has earned 'over $20,000 in five years. P. O. Box 1,371,'New York. Notice. A LL PERSONS INDEBTED o -o to me, either by note or scccjimt, arej earni stly r quested ro ccmc forward j and settle in full or in r art, as i am in need of ment-y. Refprctiully, W.H. HUGGINP. Tl.;y. 1- fl "Makes the mare go!" And makes pries low for goods that is why I sill so cheap. I buy lor cash and s 11 lor cash. Note the followhig lo v pric e. Edmunisns Job, price 35, foi ' cints. Above All, price 40. ztS5 cents. Ten other kinr!s at 25 cints per pound. All grade? snuft Cigsrslto 5 cts. Trunks. $1.20 to $1.75. Cotfoa Worsted 5 cts. White and Rtd Flannel from 20 to 25 cents per yard, Canton Finnnel. 7J to 10 cents er yard- Wooltn Drss Goodss, from 10 to 2 ct pi r y'd Sugar, SoiJa, Startch, 5 cents p r pouud. Coffee, 11 cepts. Spice, 15 ceats, P.trcl.ed Coffee, 25 em's p- r prutid. And lots of otlier things - in fuel every thing that pertains to a first class grocery, at rock bottom prices. f3T'A lady's plioe Eolid, from 90 ti$l 75 A manV Shoe, S--15'!. from $ I u;. flie a'-ove prices ari. or cash. No credit If (t-oiis do not tuit return tin in in ns ;'oi c D'lition ;s when b-iu-'it. i.n-' I wi.l refund the cash !o: llieir.. ED. If.-HDJtXUJUDgGN, Opposite Hill's rtru store "-'liliiu; .- Uolasboro. is. v..:. Norfolk, ktkn I: DIRECT LIHE. TRY-WEEKLY TRIPS. In unlet to niak min couvenicnf n1 eoonoroical use of th. vessels u w emrloye.l in the North Carolina serv ee. aaa thus io Bett r Serve the Interests cf Shippers,- (he Civile l ine and Old D"minion tuaiitshiii Cumpiuiy have concluded to iwrge their re sp!Ctlve lira- 8 between Newberr., N. C, ard Norfolk. Vs., lat-a one line, thus t-ivinir j as Bengen and truck shippers thre i rips each we vie Detween r-ewoen ami r'oriuiK via washtnictou. NO ADVANCE IN RATES. On and after Monday, July 4, 1892. ujtil further notice, tl e Steamer Newtern, Capt. SonthEate Steamer Enola, Capt. Boji, AND V Steamer AltismarlB ,Gast.Eliofles Will mil from Norfolk. Va.. for Newbern direct, every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri day, 4 a. m., making connection with the At- lancio ana worm uroimu naiinitiu ttuu mi witer Lines on N-use and Trent rivers. Retui uinB. will sail from Newbern for Nor folk, Va. Mondays, Wednesdays und Fridays at 13 m., tnoon) m.ikir.tf c-a eeti'-n at Norfolk with Iho old Ray line. for Baltimore. The Clyde l-ine. for rniiaoei- phia. The Old llomiuioi Steamship 'o , for New York, Lne .Mercnanis ana iipes .int for Providence and llos'on. aul .he Wa'ei L.inei f'ir Wachiufrt-'n. JD. C, H'i I ichmond. Va., thus gr'vinir an all water rris to ui Nnrthnrn and K:istf rn DOil.tiJ. Also connection made with t' ''. &0. K. lUand N. & W. R. It for the -"e--t PsMenirera will find a (rood tab .comfort able rooms, -and every courtesy anu micmvon will do paid them by ine omeers. Order nil floods, care oi . jn. e v. uireci Line, Norfolk, Vs. S. H. GHAT- Airent, New Bern. N. C. FebJ2.d-tf. Notice. Havine qualified as administrators on the estate of Thos. M. Stanton, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons holding claims against said estate to present tnem lor payment "kj the first day of December, 1893, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. L). U. Wood and Urantly bmith, Nov. 15th, 1892. Adm'rs, (law 6w. For nobby suits suits that have all the essence of tailor made suits you will have tc get ours. EINSTEIN CLOTiTINO CO Hotel Kennon (Ft rmerly Hotel Gregory) Goldsboro, N. C. ,:; nNE OF THE FINEST AND Br-st lintels in the State. It is what Goldsboro ba3 long needed a first- class Hotel, with all Modera (.'on veniences. The best nnals for thp money io the State. ... o- L AUlJliS WILiU 11NU O Large and pleasant parlors and at tenrive porters who will chek and tcattsfe jtArbaggage f re?. F. L.Cnstex, Propr. FACTS ARF SUBBORN THINGS. From Tarboro Sovtfierner, July 17.' While viai'ing Tarboro, on July 8th, I was requested to visit Miss Mary E Staton, seven miles from town, "mho for seven weeks hal been suffering excruciating agony from pome blood po'sou, supposed to be poison oak. On last Tuesday, at Ler request, I went to see her, and expected to see great suffering, but was not prepared for the sc ne that met me. I found the patient broken out all over with an erup tion which had occasioned such intense itching that during the paroxysms she was perfectly uncontrollable, and bad scratched and torn h' rself to pieces until her agony was indescribable. During these par oxysms she would have to be held, and her screams could be heard a leng distance, She would pray for death to come to her relief; her whole b' dy was pnrplf nnd ra-ar, exuded a y. How water which satu rated the bed through several th ck quilts that day she had possessed herself of a thick gutta-percha cosrse comb, and before she could be prevented, had raked herself with it with such force as tobrefd out ome of the teeth, thus : dding to her agony, She was attended by some good physicians as Tarboro a nd her neigl:! rhood could afford, but their treatment afforded only occasional relief by outward applications, nd no permanent benefit, as the par oxysms continued to return wi;h increas ing violence. Upon viewing the condition of the patient I ca'le.l the family together und told them to bear w itness that I prom ised nothing. I could lift tell whether my Remedy would relieve or not, as I had never even imagined such suffering, but it could do no harm and might do good. I then gave her a large dose of the Bitters and as soon as Use paroxysm wrsover, sponged her w hole body with the Wash. While doing so she wou'd call out, "Oh, that does fcl so good" I then gave her another dose of the Bitters, and she was soon in a sweet slee . I continued this treatment, and whenever the itching would recur 1 wculd sponge the. body instantly with the W ash, which in every instance allayed in the irritation or iiching and warde i off l hose violent parox?yms. She did not have an attack during the day, and by 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon the disease was under perfect control. The itching would recur, ' ut every time was allayed by the application of f; e Wash. 1 left her Wednesday easy and comfortable, with directions for the treatment to t e con -tinued during the night and as long as was necessary. I came again to Eee her to-d ty, Saturday, the 12th, and found her up and dressed and in the regular prose cution of her household duties. She is en tirely r li ve ,alth ugh she wil , of course, have to t ike the Bit ters some time to com p!etely eradicate the poison from hei blood. During Wednesday she frequently call for the Bitt.rs. as she craved its sooth ir.g and quitting effects, and during the day I administered a whole botte, wi'h the :ibove results, thus proving, what 1 have aiways claimed that my Remedy in an infailible aiitid; te for all blood nrity. 1 am respectfully, MRS. JOE 1 KitSON. This is to eer ify that the foregoing statement is perfect y correct in every par- ticui r, as we were eyewitnesses of Miss Mary V suffering and the wonder! ul it".i i aff rded by M,s. Joe Person's Remedy. NICHOLAS SSTA SOX, Ft LiX STATON, L OiiNEi lUn STATON, PATT1E 35cDOWKLL. Thi burn. N C Jii! :2th. 6S4. T: i:- is to certify that Mrs. Joe Pers n's statement in jegard to my suffering is t- ue and pi rfect'y o; lect in every lespcct as regards my condition a;:d the relief af forded by her Remedy. MARY tTATOK. Tarboro, N. C, July 12th, 1884. MERIT WILL TELL IN THE LONG liUN. Taib. ro, N. C. Feb. 4, 1:85. Mrs. Joe Fekscx: Madam. Ship at once 5 gross of j c nr Remedy and 2 gross Wash We ar doing well wiih it in Tar boro, and sales are rabidly increasing, and it has given fcatkfact on, so far as we hay lcrned, In everv case. We are respectfully, E. B. HODGES & CO. City 'Taxes ! The attention i-fall concerned is called to Sec 5, of the City Ordinarce, which is as follow.- : The tax collector Shall, from and after ihe first d.'j I November, each yenr proceed to collect the Taxis upon real ami perrons! property and polls, ihat may be then due a:id unpaid by distrefs, :s provided by law". Sae costs by coming to th-j Mayor's office an ! settling oir taxes without delay. J. W. GUL1CK, Oct. 2G, '92, Tax Colitctor. Engraving Mr. L. D. Giddeao, Jr., a graduate of Parson's Ilorological Institute, La Porte Ind , is prepare . to do all kirda of plain and fancy engraving at L.D. G1BDENS' Jewelry Establishment. . West Cci.tre Street EXTRAS ! Corned pig and turnips at J.D. DANIELS' Cheap Grocery Store, E. Centre Street. JUST KECEIVEja One hundred dozen of the latest styles Men's Neck .Wear worth E0 and 75 cts., which we will close out for the next 30 days lor 80 cents. S.13 -30 dya. C. KERN & CO. All kinds Bleached Goods and domes tics at cut prices at New York Bargain Store. O PelsT T.'ii re. is j we are buying and liyirij loi li ce at our Mill. High e-t iMrkei price aid for Ruiigh Ww C !l on us bctV.re selling. Ve sol cit shipments. . 1 Piompt retorus Orders for . Clean Rice and R'ce Mea! pioinptly filled. Very Respectfully, lliial Bi Mill Go. GOLD3MOKO, N. C At tha old GJdaboro Millp. 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