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iT'l 7. 71 I I CI eatioii8 all alonij our N-tttu-in (Lljf dCUCChlD X$US. boundary. i Apparently our onl j securi ty lies FJBU8H1D HT JOS. E. ROBINSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR tiOLDSBORO. N. C. DEC. 22, 1 2 A DANGEEOUS NEIGHBOR, Senator McMillan, of Michi - gan, propounded an inquiry at the last cession of Congress ' as to whether that canse of the treaty of 1817, which prevented Great Britain and the United States from maintaining more than one armed vessel on the Great Likes was still in force," Secretary of State Foster has just replied. He fays that the agreement is still in force, nomi nally, but while our Government has only one antiquated war-ship ill wicsc waicio, iuu li'Jti d;i "u- .i . ik T 1 :L A A miralty has recently bnilt on MIC . Canadian Bhorea three vowerfn fighting vessels, designed osteneib ly for revenue cntter dnty, but possessing, notwithstanding, all the essentials cf modern fighting vessels. These three ships are the Constance, Curlew, and Petrel. Each of the three vessels ia pro- vidfid with a enrved nrotection deck over the vitals and powertul nun innnnrti Trio haftprv nf each eh:p consists of high-powered, rapid fire guns, Secretary Foster recommends the construction immediately of a fleet of American vessels able to cope not only with those powerful antagonists, but also with the mnch more tor midable vesfels of war which England could mass in the great lakes, by means of the Welland Canal, at short notice. The whole enormous commerce of our lakes, and the untold wealth of our lake ports, are to-day abso- lutely at the mercy ot our nations al enemy. The rich cities ot Chi- cago, Detroit, Duluth, Toledo Milwaukee and Cleveland could V,o nut in a wpoU hv the power which has never tcrupltd to plunder and destroy a helpless I mf tiva) To protect onr great Northwest from such a danger the Secretary advi.es the co-tly.. expedient of bnildinsr and maintaining a power- fnl fleet. Thecoiollary propoei- tiun ot t-ztensive and expensive fortifications on land is necessarily implied also. The first and natural question arisee: why should we be put to such an extravagant outlay in a time of profound peace? The an f wer if; Because we have a bad neighbor at onr doors, a treacher ous, unscrupulous enemy against whom we mnst guard ourselves as a private citizen would guard him6elt against an evil dier. But a private citiz -sn would set tle such adiffiii.lty in another and more summary fashion. It he had - i i i a treaciierous Deign oor wnom lie had good reason to supsect of evil designs on hia life or property, and if legal protecticn failed him, he would disarm or kill that neighbor t the first opportunity. There is no legal protection for nations in a similar contingency; but the naturn al law of might is on our side to! reinforce the higher law of right. Great Britaiu should De told in peremptory terms to take away thobd cruisers, to dismantle her fortifications at Bjrmuba, Halifax and Vancouver; to" withdraw, iu short, every menace which she lias iu6 lently offered to a peaceful neighbor, or take the consequences. We have the power, and no sane man will say that we have not also the right, to do thi. If the DnU ted States were, as it is not, an ag gressive power; if ic had e:: iihited, as it has n it, tlm slightest desire to encroach np n Canadian terri toriil rights, the action of Great Britian might be cxcueable. The very reverse of suqh conditions is notoriously true. Nobody in the United States covets the acqnisin tion of Canada by eonqua.t. Very few desire its peaceable annexation. But all the American?, outside of the amiable idiots wh j call Eng land the "mother country," know that our aff jctionate kindred acroes the water have never missed a sin gle opportunity of stabbing u in the back, and would repeat the fonl policy to-morrow if opportnn" ity presented. The simp'e practical question of the moment it: Shall the United States save money, and trouble by forbidding the presence ot a host tile fleet on the great lakeer must we go to work and build a aval fleet to defend onr jorte? In either case there etil I romain the Wei Ian canal and the chain of fortifi in constructing a canal on Ameri ean territory to checkmate the We!" Ian. but if we mus a'eo in silf do tnce build mighty f.jrta like those eeaboardi, it ia only because the United Sttafe3 is the most com plaisant snd least sggreesive of 1! the great powers on earth. It is also the racst 6hort s;ghted, when it chooses to waste "a great deal ot money in arming i'eeif against a tmcu'ent bully whom it could disarm and subdue without firing a shot. MACUNE VS- THIRD PAETY. Dr. C. W. Macnne's position re lative to the tanners Alliance Third Paity is thus defined by him in a long "open letter in the last number of his paper, the Na tional Economist, "I hope to see the Farmers' Al liance return to its first principles, reassert its oft-repeated and tiui8 honored doctrine as a non&partiean . , , , , . to the next regular meeting pre pared to carry out that line of pol icy. My labo-s for the next year shall, as in the past, be devoted to this line, both by tongue and pen, with ench ability and energy as I can command. The selection of Misa Ada Re hnn as a model for Montana's famous silver statue, ha set severe 1 ntVior Iran hpnntifnl actrpSKPB to remarking that they would have been chosen for the enviable position if they had cared to pay for the honor, intimating that the besntitul Limerick girl was not chosen for her beauty alone. Inas niuch as 6he ia pre-eminently the crftatRst actress on the English r. - " fpCaking 6tage, it is inherently absurd to suppose that she would r,av monev for a needless ad vertiee- ment of that sort. Something may uQ ,1orinnpri. hnwvtr. to rivals wbo see themeelyes so ovei topped t,v one cauallv dowered with beauty and genioua. Me. Harbis-n congratulates iiimself in his mcssase, that there "has been no dtfalc a'ion"' under him "of sufficient importance to excite public attention." Let ns s: When Mr. Harrison came into power there was a hurplns of a hundred million dollars in the public tretury, and he will leave a d fie.it of something like fifty mil. lii ' i's stead, Tin's, technical- h , is not a defalcation, but it is j public robbery, wliich is the tame' tlrug. A LONTHMP BABY HtlliO l lO S that the Government is going t put on sale, al out the first f the a year, a fine stiel plate engraving of the "Lmding of Colnmbi tor the email sura t A cents pr copy. It may be added thnt the Government has placed orders f r 3,000,000,000 copies of this engrav ing, which has been reduced from Vanderlyn's pa;nting They wM be told by the Post-office Departi. ment, and will adorn many letters durimr the Columbian World's Fair year. Kx-Lzar Keed haa been Bo shaken by the wind of popular dis aj proral, that he has become wind brokfn. Peihaps if he had been j as laithful to hi country as he hae been to his party, he wou d not now be lei t 60 distressingly naked before his enemies. Calif jknia, claimed first by the Democrats and later by the Re publican, give, bv the rffieia! count, a Democratic p'uralny oi 152 votea. Harrieorj will jet one of the electoral yots of i;e Stte, and Cleveland will get eight, That'll do very well. There is one thing to h said to the credit of the late Jay Gould He didn't try to bribe Sr, Piter with his money after he had no further tire for it himself. He was wire enough to know it wouldn't pay o do so. Raleigh NewsObserver; It was before J ridge Connor that tlie caEe involving the Wilmingtcn & Wtl don exemption from taxes wa3 first tried, and lie filed a written opin ion which at tho time was highly commended. Scientific America! Agency for D r JT CAVEATS. DESIGN PATENTS I COPYRICHTS, eto. For lnonnatlon and free Handbook write to Oldest baroaa for lecnrlm oa tents In America. the public by a notice given free of charge in the Every pal ent taken out bv ua la bromrbt before 9 newtifw mettcit IjarBeat clrealstlon of any scientific paper In the world, fplendidlv Illustrated. No intelligent mm shoiflcl be without It. Weekly. 3.00 a yev; SU0 alx montba. Address MIINN A CO 5 What is Castorin. is Dr. Samuel Pitclier's prescriptloor for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, morphine nor other Karcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. It3 guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is ;he Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castorla is so well adapted to children tint I recommend It as superior to ar.y prescription known to me." H. A. AncnsR, II. T., - 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, IT. Y. " The use of Castoria is so v-r iversal c- '. its merits eo well known tin t it bp .-.as. a wo:?: of supererogation to endorse it. IV-.v rro 1' i intelligent families v.ho do not keen CUi;tos '. . within easy reach." Caulos SIaiityn, P. I., New. York City. Tns Ckxta-.-h Down Ttiey Go Suecial Prices in All Goods ct the VH BklRGII S 1" 0 ' s - I ir a p. SOlffchCrlQnd. PfOp T Great Bargains in For Io. a r d CLiJdien away below me prices cnargeu uy o.uei At ire v UcJuced Pricea. Large sizes in Gc nts' Vests, Wool, from 44 to 40, a is, worth fl.'35. " fJ? "l"U-p -XTX- VL- K-J K-J -I Lai 5', Misses 20c, Men's 40c. GOSSAMERS AND In this line we can d you g ol. Fioni $5.50 to $16.50 per set. r MCI i.y L Jr. II 1STOK Y. 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Graphic descriptions, beautlfiillv IliiiHtnited, of the Vellowatoue Park, Yosemlte Valley, Niagara Falls, the Alps, Paris, Vesuvius, Venice, Vienna, the ?anona of (Colorado, Mammoth Cave, Natural Bridge, Waikina Glen, the White Mountain, etc., etc. TRAVELS. Pescrlntions, profusely Illustrated, of the life. tuauuers, customs, peculiar Sjtius, rites and ceremonies of the Prom tlie ahoTa l.rlrf mmnnrv of Ita content, noma M ipf5, VZJZ? "TiH il rnlual)lown k the Mammoth Y!.op.dia is mny be trained, yet bat fractional part of the topics treated in thin pn at work liave been named. It ia a yast etoreliouse of useful and entertaining knowledge unquestion- ally fne of the beat and moat valuable work ever published in any land or language. No homeahould be with- outit. It la a work to be consulted every day with regard to the varioua perplexing question, that constantly arixo in writing and conversation, by the rarmer and housewife la their daily OllUei ana pursuits, ana lor con ilQuoijs reading no work la more entertaining or Instructive. Possesses many Important Advantages over all . oiner preparea r ooas. BABIES CRY FOR IT. INVALIDS RELISH IT. Makes Plump, Laughing, Healthy Babies. xeguiatea tne btomaci) ana Bowels. Bold by Druggists. jc, 50e $l.o. WELLS. BICHfiRDSOH t CO., mmmaTOii, T. Baby Portraits. . A Portlolio of beautiful babv lxjrtraits. Drlnt on fine plate paper by patent photo process, sent nee to siotncr oi any juay Dora witnin a year. Every Mother wants these pictures ; send at once. Give Baby'ii name and age. WELLS, RICHARDoON LCD-, P.ops Burlinrtcn, Vt. Is Castoria. Castor:.- c-res Colic, Constipation, flour wtomcch, rjiarrhoea, Eructation, Kills lTorms, girts sleep, and promotes di gestion, 'Vitjoui injurious medication. ft 'Tor several years I havo rocommended ;-o-.:r ' Caitorui,' and shall always continue to i. t o ts it has invariably produced beneficial rjisults." En win F. TAaDsac, IL D., l.;5ta Gtreet tnd 7ih Ave., KewYork City. Cozu'Ar. - v, 77 JIokray Street. New Yore Cm Iloisery of All Kinds. i .1 t . 1 1 T FtVC K We' also have better g ades RUBBER COATS. BOTH CYCLOPEDIA, IN FOUR VOLUMES. A Great and Wonderful Work, OOKTAtSIKa 2,176 Pages 620 Beautiful Illustrations ! Thb Mammoth CrcropjtofA lias been cub lUhed to meet the wants of the masses for a universal compendium of knowledge, practical, useful, scientific and general. The work Is pub lished complete In four large and handsome volumes, comprising a total of 2,176 pages, and Is profusely illustrated wlth620beautHnlengrar Ings. Thousands of dollars have been expended to rrake this the moot complete, valuable and useful work for the masses ever published. It U a work for every body man, woman and phlld. In everr accubaiioh or walk In life. The sub stance and practical utility of twenty ordinary volumes are comprised In these four, and so replete is the work with knowledge of every kind, eo filled Is It with useful hints and helpful suggestion, that we fully believe that In every home to which It shall find Us way it will soon cometoberegsrdedasworthltswelghtingold. -For want of snace we can onlv briefly earn mar. Ize a small portion cf the contents of this great work, as 101 tows Chinese, Japanese, the people of India, Africa, Madagascar, raiestine, aeeiana, iiorneo, nurman, me eanawicn isianua, Servia, KafTraria, Tartary, Cashmere and Tunis, the Arabs, Turks, Mexicans, South Americans, American Indian. 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India-rubber, gutta peroba, cork, camphor, castor oil, tapioca, etc., etc. NATURAL ITISTORV. Interesting and Instructive descriptions, accompanied bv Illustrations, of numerous beasta, birds, flshes and Insects, with tnacb curious Information regard ing tnelr life and habits. g LAW. Tsja Mammoth Ctclopjim Is also a complete law book, telling every man bow pe may no pis own lawyer, ana containing iuu ton wpgiwi jhuhh. t and tho law of the everal State upon all matter which are subject to Utlgatloo, with numerous forms oflsgal documents. MfNTNO. Derlt,Uoo..nd Illustration, of the mining of gold, silver, diamonds, ooel, salt, copper, lead, sloo, tin aud WONUEKS of the sea. ntamWM. lllu.trmtJth.mnywonderflilDdliitlfnltIilng.fouDItth. bottoo ofth.oo.an.lh. pl.nu, nowen, .belli, flaliu, etc., Uk wipridiin.or.iii.hiDi..w.,.w. 8TATI8TICA1. AND MI8CEI.I.ANEOC8. Herein 1. given vut unonnt of OMful and lnler.tlng tnformmllon, iom of which tetb popalatlon of American clttM area, d4 popalauoo ortneeonunenu. oi u Denies mna lerriwriea. ana i - r,H of th. principal ooontrie-of tb wrld. length of the principal BCrl UtU iani. rWara, Preildentlal rote for ilxtj jeara, Presidential atUtlcf -t trnnf Ivimo in locomotion of anlmala'and Telocity of bodies, height f mona- HMia uun mil airiuitiirM. dliMiMM from WanhlnfftAii. ala raeturee.dl.Unee. from Washington1, slso port.ntpoln.,hronolol.lb)itrj.rail- ViSSlSLS'ln.t from Mew Torit, to tmportani ooverv and Drotrreaa. doduIi alttaa. eta., eommoo crammatloa,! of tha world, eurloaa faou la natural history, longevity or animals, origin ofthe namesof Statei, and af countries, of great works, popular fables, rami liar quotations, of genius and of plants, dying words of famous persons, fate of tba Apostles, sutl.tlc.ot tha globe, lading sovernmenu of tha wlS,jtc., Idea, nfirh.t a rpmarkablT lntoreatlnir. lnatrnctlre nn.l It's Easy to Dye WITH PimoudDyis Superior IN Strength. Fsstnese, Beauty, AND Simplicity. Warranted to xlor more eoods than anv othei dyes ever muda, and to give more brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the Diamond, and take no other. 36 colors; 10 cents ach. WELLS, RICHARDSON &. CO., Burlington, Vt, For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USB DIAMOND PAINTS. s. Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only rCent 11 win .jFaiil r.car at r ai l, s'd 1 i u Headquarters for 0 p. fs iff o- Fancv An; Us Florida Uranus Malaga Grapes - o -12 Dates Dried Figs Plain Candy oysters Fine Pony Candies of every descrip tion. Cakes and Crackers Nuts of every kind. All fush. firewoi -o- I guarantee my prices to be low as any one. Give me a call. as . -o- CHARLES F. GEIFF1S. BEAD AITS rONEEP.. Something that is "Worth your Per sonal Perusal. . A larpe stock of Pimos for the bolldo) trade, at Goldsboro Music House. Pianos in valiiumahoranv. t0: wood and eboniaed cas-p,!t Gu1dB"on Music House. Mus-oi. & UaillVl! Hi 1 S'filing rjraii ", cash or on nil Mu.-ic ILuif . Stein way. Mason & Hamlin, MatV.- Inshek & Sterling lait?. 'L?ke your choice at GoMsboro il us:c , House. Largest and coatlii-rt sU.ik f Pianos and Ogar.s ivi-r elawn ii North Carolina ai.d at jitf ft n. I lift Of; r.Hr otwt oht -a li 1 t i l s: 11-; 1U lo ltr Lt nu L,ltI1ru 1 1 " 1 v !' &ooi!s are sold Music House. NotolL ost- Two i.ohs f $50,00 ia"h ptjable I TT , , I to W. 11 1 raVfTS & I ' liichniond, V. Tie fii d.M Argus Oilke, will phase le;;ve at I Mv;-!-. r 0-xrt I llOllCt3 OI CalC. tt ri I UlHler aD'l U V Vit'tlM t l rCTCC CI I (-i o (4- iMlir!. W.titi.. f .nnc th3 bUpiTlor Court t W-tVllo C 'U1V S reil'Ierefl at t llG April ter.u iKJi i:i 'fl - case ot J. I. E Igerton vs A il (.l:. r. et Bl. 1 9h til . rin Mriil l. J Hilltrv 23, ' , J , . -, ' 893, at 12 c'.nck in., so 1 (or cali at public auction. Ht lllU ')U t h hHu l or I ! . , -vr n i t- i ' i I 1Q ljrilidfr, 1 j tho tiiiio viu do J.h ss'on lUaty. I if Q DeiVein ' B'UnCW w) 'i-linST t b J . y . . 1 . - ... . , , " , - , , I IhD'U ol wet il fey, tIVlH .'i.lr arid Masey, cotin5n,- 9i i.eres "lore or itiS. uciug tut ij, i -a lubivrnau jn the leac!lu (f 9 lH TCKn .nl , r , - .r J Ull V Gt'frCn ll Cl :I1 a (1 el Iroiil 8 Mag9ew and wile to J T. EfVtTton. rt- j s m . n . . . ri i. ..i COiU U in I.IUOI- Ol li- yiaifr oi ieens t'l JobnstoU C'UIltT in Liook I No. 5 liae J j. r oil. a, A tr ,rr ivin j 5 i -lip fn-mtv f Wayn; in said Stale, i. joining ibe lau.is ol'J R Smith on the Evt, J V Shrard and West Missey on An 8-mth, C. A. Holt on the West an I Nancv Masey and Litt'.i River on the North, containing 153J tcre?, more or less, being the lnds conveyed tj J T Edg erton by det-d. of Wild tm and Zylphia Massey, rscorded in office oi Register of Deeds of Wayne county, in B ok Wo. 57. pge444. , P. A. DANIELS, Dec. 20, 1892. C.aimi3-'ioner. Notice. Having 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 them for payment by the first day of December, 1893, or tihi3 notice wiU be pleaded, in bar of their recovery. t - D. C. Wooclnd"B'rantly Smith, l&Jvv';5Ith,189. ' Adm'rs. (I'a w 6w. FALL STYLES The Display cf m ililiinery AT i- L riffin's, UNDER 1 HE- OPERA HOUSE. eiow c n plefe, entirely new, very Attractive and at prices never before known, for MILLINERY In G oltJs?oro. Call and Examine my stick before purchasing. Oct.l 92. Ginn's Grocery. H AVI G RECENT rf CHANGKD my business t' th.it ! Q"oc rit-e exs'u- sivi-iy. 1 invite tlie public to st-eK usy corner btori-,ou John and Market etrttt nrtin l ri ... f 1 111 l l toil uiui;.'i iv k?i N. C Hams, Chickens A NO C COUNTRY i' .ODUCS. I keep a fu"l utock of tyerythint: Whfn you can't find anythiL you want invwhere else, be sure vna will find it my lmer grocery. Kespecttully, J. T, GINN. ajU3-tf. A BARGAIN -IN- Crayon Portraits ! -AT- Q R 5 1 1 -i OVER GC LDSEORO ilUSIC I'OTJSE Tbey ert.' la reach of al!. I prop Be to irake Life Pize Craj on Port'a'ts in tl r-c grades of work at the following r-'-ces-: $1. f 6 and f 8, also eniaj sis s tn t'i lt pra-lo. I giiarui ti o every one to l-p a iefut :ike h-s ai.il gupt-ri'T in tiiality "o the oi eHP michine iMiiCiM cal!i-d crayons re; res n'e t y agent: iront t-n! y. Any flrst- ila41 art t -adiT ca jui!(re. 'I li y arf . ffercd at this Very Low Price 111 'TP 'r ahe . W'U sit fl. (j t 1' n whilp you pun. An toe y :ir: t.t c -it iil t j-. I r fjr you to V .G l';:ii'!a I, VAX Favel t. v l'f-. St., Ua itiyti, N. jriadUite of i noper Art Unio -. V. H. Funk. Charlotte, N. P., graduate of Koyall Aead mj of Ait, Mu .ich Germ: ny. C. O. BROWM, W.LDOUCUS SHOES FOR m k m The l adies Shoes Came Is 'ip timrj but v ji g to vLe rush at .be factory, we arc a little laic Ms teafor gcttirg in cur su ply tfDovgli:s Elite fiTiits ::iici boy?. Tl.ey a e here now, tLongb, aliy kt cf Leni, buttery are ppt l:l';ly fc be here long the wajr they are ying. Our s:.l' s on them f r Hie last week lr clccn trcnicndou in f ct, tin largest that, we cvpr bad in any cue wee Have you evi r wt rn a pair of them ? Ii not, get a pair, and find out how muL you have misted. Once tried, always used. Evey pair warranted, end Fold only. by Hood & Bkitt. Notice of Sale. Under and by virtue of a deed of trust cecuted tc us tiy L o. u. Sauls ana wife, we shall, on Mond ly, Jan. 23, 1893, at 12 o'clock, m., sll, by public auction, at the court house dsor ia the city of Goldsboro, N. C. the frllovine describe! real estate i Lot No. 6, in Crvwibrd and Slaughter's di vision on Craw ord and Johnston cts., in or near the city of Gold-boro," being 60x1664 feet an i having two houses thereon, being th 3 lands conveyed to I. S. D. Sauls by Jno. Slaughter and wite by deed oi Sept, 12, 1889, recorded in offl e of the Register of Deeds of said county in book 61, page 373. Also it acres oi lana m Jf ors town ship, adjoining the lands cf Qe". J. Yelver- ton and others, conveyed to I. S. D. Sauls oy Jno. jytitcneu ana vyfite ny qeei ot Sept o, taw, recoraea in uoc k imo oi, page 004 lafaidomce. Alo, tbe undivided interest of Jesse R Minshaw in the lands dssiended to bim f oai h;s ftther, Jesse Minshew, sui'ict to the widow s lita estate there in, bring the interest conveyed to I S D Sauls by said Jesse K Minsuesv by deed f March 10, 1891, duly n corded in said offi.-e ia Bjok 61, page 759. f :rms A saler cash. P, K. BORDEN-, W. T. YEERrON, Assignees of Djc. 20, 1893.- I, S. D, SAULS . I 1 it 11 j. w UCVL 'W- i- - SAX. i. Mtneprlee. They equal nno imported shoes soBting MdllllV l'o are familiar with all the Black rocbetVirinia r34hA' sw, worn by farm. and au J latest vU-s i n 1. dies' wear, blac1ti ?Cel l"1A , I f2 !fH vi.l take jMaBure in 25 kinds from 15 to GO cts. S2-ttJS".c8lf'STs.anaa-ewk- showing goods. Ti,a Tn,t.ftn un SA'S'S'S SUIT THE ilRD TIMES. Pants, from 40 cents to $3.50 per pair. Flan nelette Shirts, 25 cents. Homespun Shirts, 20 cts, Heavy Shirts, from 50 to 90 cts. Corsets, 24 cts to $1 3. Sugar, 5 cents; Startch, 5 cents ; Soda 5 cti-; Coffee, 1(5 cents; Spice, 15 cent.-; Parched Coff-e, 25 c; Good Flour, 3 cts. , a rP A , . . 1 Cents. bnilU d0 to 40 CtS , Blioes. Slices. Children's Shoes 25 cents to $1.50 Warranted Solid. Men's Shoes, $1.00 and up. Ladies' Solid Lace and But ton, 90ctllcrito$2.50. Boston x Bargain x House T. Hunter Hail, ranK )A. Edrnnnd- go& Props, to buy k mm mmi, mf- z H m 3 TJ r- m CO z (Alt -i- , D. W. HUrtTT, Merchant Tailor GCU-fcoOI O, K. C. EVERYBODY, riivcrynocy is -nvitea to m; ana fee my stfK-k of goo.'s. It is usel fs f r kc to a tempt to enumera e tle v..x'. d ay ticle- in Trhich I gi .e haruain? : You come around ar.d esamine my stook, an I If I fa. I t ' give you h'lrgatns la a 1 g ds per- ta nh g to my li-.e .'nyt) irg k pi iu first-class d y goods n '. general n e cti u dis" ttore why d n't uic; ase. Boots & Shoes J haye bo ts and shoes to su:.t b' th lich and poor, oung and old, whiu- or black- all sexes, ages aud cl isses an', vvil sell them at prices that .nay s-nnd incredible, but nevertheless true Not : Solid men's shoes, from P5 cents to $3 s-ilid, ladjcg' shoes from 85 cents upj chiWren's thoes fropi 5 cts up; boots from $10 up. Crockery. Etc. Our line of crockery and gla eware sells on Its merits, and must 1 e teen to be appreciated. If you know a good article when you Fee it, and want to purchase such we keep i c thing but first-class goods in these lines it would be to ycur interest to ca"l to see us. Tobacco. Snuff. Almost every one ad nits that I sell the best tobacco in town. I guarantee to save you from 10 to 25 er pent, on to bacpo. I sell snutf mo.-t any quality as phe sp as it can be sc ld. I s-11 for -pot cash: no credit. I" goods do not suit, re turn them in as gcod condition as when bought, ar d I will refund tl e cath ioi them. ED. Is. KTOIUJSIDgON, Opposite Hill '8 drug store Walnut St Qoldibpro. N. y. NEW STYLE 8! Coliais rd Cuffs at N. Y. 13ALGA1N STOEE. Ward's Tonsorial Falace Nothiny Ruccecdslikesucess : tbiH oas been tbe experiaueo ot A. u. waid. tbe Barbel rncp he opened business m Uoldsboro. ccii he is now able to anuounce to tte muoih- ti nt he has got the best equipped n ' most satis factory Tonsorial Palace in the State. Ali the popular Barbers of the city are mployed ia his -stabllKbrnftnt, prorr - anri rourtc:.HH follows JIM BATFS, CHARLIE II. DENT, OLIVER HADGER. JOHN D. WILLIAMS. ntinulngturbaDk t'io public saer ous patronage tDnv h iv i i Usnded i osiooe I uioved with my ta:jily G.ildoboro and purr ch iscd a hom. hero, an i ksputidk them that I shall continue to x?r i"e roy best efforts for their continued lorpfort and satisfaction In my line 1 remain Ver respectfully. A D WARD. At KiTrtham'soId s-and. East Centre Street ttoldsboro N . O. Fresh FIsB. The undersigned has rpentel a EtaEd in the City Fish Market, where he canEppply freeh fish dailv to the poblic. ' s A generous Ehaie of pairci cge i earrits.ly solicited. Respectfully, tf. . : TOS. O'BERRY. I" IT IS A DTJTT yon owe rnnnelf Bad fam. jy to sret the best value for your money, economize In yqnr footwear by purchasing VV . l-i. Uouglaa Khoes, which represent the wili teVtif Prices asked, as thousand. ' BTtI"k.K NO SUBSTITUTE..! W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE- CEN'TletVIEN. THE BEST S KCE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONeV. ncnuiiitj Bt-wKa Bitee, mat vhii not rip. nno 1 ealf, seamleaa, smooth Inside, flexible, mora com j I ortaele, stylish and durable than any othsr shoe ever sold at the pries. Equals custom made shoes oootlnac from 94 to 5. Ka ana 3 Hand-sewed, nnecalfshoeg. The PT most su-lish, easy and durable shoes ever sold JJce - .Tho Increasing sale show that worklnii havefound thisout. Vmm. nDvg' ana Youths' 81.T8 School whore. The most serviceable shoes sold t the pricea. I aH SCI $3.00 Hand-wwed, iso. M isses are made of the bet Doagoia or fine Calf 'VS K-i.ttn and SI. 9.1 SWa fof. aesirea. They are very stylish, comfortable and dura. Jhe$3.ul)8bQoequarscustommadeshoescosUn(t from 84.00 to W.IXIL Ladles who wish toeconomlza iS Die. The $3. their footwjar are finding this out. pampea on the bottom of each shoe; loofc for lfc i Ruiioii, w. i,. iJouKlas' name and the tr! when yon buy. Bewareof dealers attempting to sub stitute other makes for them. Such substitutions are. fraudulent and subject o prosecution by law for olK talnlng money under false pretences. W. La. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by I7. sritt, GOLDSBORO. N. C. THE DOUBLE STORE -OF Best & Thompson IS NOW FULLY STOCKED WITH i "FLOUR, BAGGING AND TIES, (Bought in Car lots) Sugar at Rifincr's juices. A Full line ol'Groct'.tiis at wholesale end retail. Buying grvds in 1 irge quantities we arc fully pripand to meet the ciosi ft ci n:pe'.iti n in "l icrs. I a our - QOODS Deparriiicnt We are carryirg a first-cl.ta Etccl ol sta pie I ry Goods, Not i ns, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, etc We h?ve a arge ar,d. better assorkii' nt of Wen's, a. dies' and ( hi'ditii's Shoes c an beret- fore, find our V r Hpn nptl Btv- ar..t be excelled as t Stjle, qu:.l,ty rr'iv. Everjlhinfi a; BOITOK r'RICES, We also buv CDtt.-n. t ns-ignments f cottiifi sitlfcitt d. Highest market Kuarantfi cl and returns rendered, promptly. Test & Thompson, Go'dsl-.ro, N. C. i'ARMERS 1 We sell be&t quality heavy weight Ropj Lime for building purpose .. SEED OATS AND BICE And groceries of all kinds. Timothy Hay, Wheat Bran snd liicc Weal Trv one sack of Rice Meal and Fee if it is net the Cheapest and Best Food for s'ock you ever tried. A tiin is all weas-k. We keep all kinks of Gn ecnes, Tobacco 81 d Snuff, at vv ....... sale snd Retail, and . at prices to suit the hard times. Giye us a call. Respect. niM.L LEE For Rent- The W. S. Kcaton rcs'dstice, on John street, with groves, large garden, good well of water and all necessary out building. Pos sesion given at once. Apply to E. L. Eduiundson. tf. ;o nimir ijO UiliiiU Having purphased the BUGGY AMD WAGON Business of J. B. ElMJERTON, I want the public to know that I shall keep a full assortment ot Vehicles ac the old Jones stand, and they must be sold. Don't fafH to come and see me before buying anything that goeg on wheels. UVEIR. IR-IS-OrOZDNTES will manage the business, and all communications relating to anything in our line will receive prompt tnq, careful attention. JNO. F. SOUTHERLAND R. E. JONES, Manager. fl K0f ili V II Si f f 5 4 if I f -i t. 'v.. ' i ? - t - - K t t- L i'iiaifi,iTaTgiriifflrtiiii) ITvi