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V qc oattchig GOlDSBOrO. N. C..-DEC. 23. 135 2 EUROPE AN ARMED CAMP. It ia calculated that the coming year will see oyer 20,000,000 meu in the combined armies ot the Con tinent. England maintains a peace establishment and does not connt among the warlike Powers. At present Germany, France and Has ia have each abont 2,500,000 Bold iers; Italy has abont 1,500.000, Austria 1.000,000, and the smaller States not lees than 500,000, All thest figures will be doubled next year, at a cost to the tax payers of not less then $2,000,000,- 000 two thousand million dollars! The yonng German Kaiser declares that Germany's "last man" mus do millitary service. There are to be practically no exempts. France, Russia and the others must follow pnit in the costly game To what end? Simply that the kings may defend themselves against the rapacity of each other, Ibere is no canse tor war, no shadow ot a just reason for appre hending war; nathing on earth for which the honest toilers of Europe have any natural reason to laj down their tools of trade and take np deadly weapons to cut each others throats. Less than half-s dozen useless men, called kings or emperors, and holding the places of hereditary rule in Germany, Russia, Italy, Austria, etc., not by virtue of pre eminent ability nor by the voice of the people, have absolute power over the lives and fortunes of mil& lions of their fellowmen and are morally certain to rise and abuse j that power to its direst extremity, I within a few months perhaps. To- morrow or next "day an ignorant millitary machine iu Italy or Hun gary may be ordered to murder an equally ignorant machine in France, because the Emperor ot Germany does not wish to let the Emperor of Russia fight with the! Saltan of Turkey away off on the borders of Asia ! There is always seme great question" at issue in such matters Usualy it is a question which least concerns the parties most bellig erent atoit it. England, mayhap. ,.r,r, t..nnAar TV.t Whoro. fore she sets Ruseia and Austria by t L I ine cars over a quarrel aooui me . . i . i . .i wvw.v. vn. J r I cipality in Servia, whose whole population and revenue would be swallowed up in one of our Araeria can comuionwealths. The fighting anTma B loin in hlnrwlv atrifa. bnt I iL. i i cr . l :i . T i iu m carries uu me bjjujib. be it observed, in modern warfare it is not always the victor who is enriched Germany was vastly poorer than Farnce after the cam F froa,. t d q r tm u va inviiij j vui ugvf hum both would probably be mined by a renewal of that contest, no mat ter how it should end. If the military powers of Europe were embued with the shrewdness Attila of Alaric, and would make profitable warfare on the the com mon enemy of all, there would at least be a method in their madncee The sack of London wouldrccoup many ane xhausted army exchequer, and the world would be all the bet ter for theact of tardjjustice. Little of elory or profit is there to be gained from the conquest or re conquest of A'tace and Lorraine; and the. whole Ottoman Empire, already impoverished to the last degree, would hardly pay for the powder spent in its overthrow; but England is like a rich bankwanlt, well worth the "cracking" by such valiant adventurers. Blucher be held its attractions with the fond eye of a burglar over seventy years ago, The only wonder is that Bis marck has never turned hie enter prising gaze in the same direction. It is not easy to imagi ne an ad ven ture which would so readily unite the discordant factions and rival ries of Europe in a common and,as ' wars go. commendable mission The United . States, it may be said, also offers inducements to plunder ; but here are obstacles more formidable than any to be encountered in . the Old World. "The last man "is not liable to obligatory military . service, but he can be depended upon for volun . tary service, wh ich is .far more trustworthy ia the hoar of need. We complain, and not : without reason, of an excessive pension list ; but there is a moral in the fact, even in the abase of it, which is not lost on the rest of the world. The American workingm an does not carry a soldier on his back, as the unfortunates pf Europe do; but he carries a musket, potentially, every day of bis Hie, and is ready to use it intelligently when occasion do-mandtt SWEEPING REDUCTION, - : Immense Gut In Prices. To Close . Our Glothing Stock. This is no Pake ! : o We are not going otit of business, but we are determined to reduce our stock if low prices will do it. We are pre- pa-ed to give you bargains. We give a few specialties : Men's frock suits : Union cassimers reduced from $7 50 to 5 00. All wool brown and grey mixed cheviots and cassimers, reduced from $9.00 to $7.50. A. beautiful blue birdseye worsted, reduced from $12.50 to $10.00. Fifty fine cassimer and cheviot, odd suits, small sizes, at prime , cost. The largest and handsomest line of black clays, in cutawaySjPrince Alberts and clericals, in the city,on which we will make a reduction of 10 per cent. Men's Sack Suits Union cassimers, - - - Reduce fr m $7 00 to $5.00 Black corkscrew - - - " " $6.50 " $4.75 ' 100 all-wool brown, black and fancy cheviots, anl cassi : meres, reduced from $10 to $7.40. 100 guaranteed al?-wool black, brown and grey, mixed cheviots, reduced $14.00 to $10. 100 custom made, imported worsteds and cassimers, "high art clothing ", to close we will make im mense reductions. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITS . Fine cassimeres and worsteds, reduced from $15 to $11 Double-breasted cheviots " $12.50 to $10 Union cassimeres " " $8.50 to $6.0 300 children's suits, an elegant assortment, at 10 per cent, discount. 2 0 pair of pants, odds and ends, at co t. Overcoats OveiccatG Overcoats - - " stjles and sizes. Come and see our for Ten. B3FThese goods must go. Come early and make a selection before aizes are broken. iup. ci f.lly, H. WEIL 80 82, 84 & 86 W. Centre YES WE HAVE AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE LARGEST STOCK DRY" BOOT'S AND SHOES, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HA1 A ND IN FACT EVERYTHING ,aS8 D Gooda IIome whIch will be , we Helve LUKeu LiaiLH. uiii puiiitt You won t expect to find such a ular stle3 848 we sna'1 show you when "V"QJ TT7 Nf TO FIND SUCH lllUli UR.V1JB, I N - . , d hall 6how of goods You won't expect to find such iffifeiffiLI L0 ON EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK 0 Make you when you call to BUY our ne us a call before purchasing. C. CHRISTMAS Presents. IN GREAT VARIETY AT M- E. ROBINSON & 3 0 DRUG STORE. TOILET ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. BEAUTIFUL AND RARE FANCY GOODS, ORDERED ESPECIALLY FOE THE Holliday Trade. ROBINSON BROS. WEST CENTRE St. Goldsboro, N. C. Christmas Is coming! IT IS ALMOST HERE!! The lime for buying presents for the little ones and friends is at hand. I hr,ve at my Racket Store, On East Centre street, next to the old stand of L Edwards, a full and yatid stock of toys and Christmas goods, Too numerous to specify, which I am selliDg very cbrap. Give me acall. Respectful!, Cohen & Co. Fifteen dollar Beaver coats, now selling & OS. Street, GOLDSBORO N. (J. OF R GOODS, CLOTHING A PERTAINING TO A FIRST sold at ROOK -BOTTOM PRICES. btritut -mi luv ifiLtrsi nuvtii it-c. splendid assortment of new nnd pop- JOU ca" to 8ee 0ur "ew s"odd- ,rT ! TT C IT" H .MS 1 -UU Ahin, o wuen cajl to ADMIRE our new line a li&LE' Of PBiGS AS WE SHALL line of goof's. JSfRe sure and give KERN & CO. L. D. GIDDENS, DEALER IN SOLID SILVER AND PLATED WARE. NOVELTIES AND Souvenir Spoons Watches i rri. i ana &iocks:- Of the best and cheapest makes. Solid and plated jewelry of lrf-tSSfw and eye glasses, best mate; lamps chamber sets, tea sets, and other wares n Dr8SSing UaSeS, Albums, manicure sets, in plush and in leather goods; Howard knives and scissors, warranted; No charge jgj for engraving on goods Tlsold. Repairing the Cheapest And Guaranteed. ENGRAVING by an Artist. GOLD-HEADED CANES. All work done neatly and at reasonable prices. L. D. GlDDENS. West Centre street, Goldsboro, N. C. Give me a call before buying your Christmas presents. kill'" ir FOR RENT. A comfortable dwelling with all necessary out buildings and Pump, adjoining my residence. - W. 8. O'B. ROBINSON. Per Express, just received, a line of boy's jersey suits. II. Weil & Eros. Notice. LL PERSONS INDEBTED to me, cither by note or account, are earnestly riqueBted to come forward and settle in full or in part, as I am in need of money. Respectfully, p. tiTTr-fT-Mci I J J - J 5 LET ME FIX YOU J F CHRISTMAS New Leghorn Citron, L. L. Figs, Nuts, assorted, L. L,. Raisins, Setdless Raisin, Fr. nch Prunes, Florida Oranges, Choice Malaga Grapes, Finest quality Flavoring tracts. PLAIN AND PREPAEEU BUCK WHEAT. Olil-fasbioned Maple Syrup. Sweet aud Sour Pickles. Ice your cake In three minutes ill iiuvv luuluuu -WITU- ROYALL BAKING POWDERS. fcEALi J.-UAJSU LUOJiK has iiO equal in this market, We think it is as cheap as a'ij, but if yon 'lon't think so try OUR BLEND At a little less price. Quality considered, n.y prices areas low as the lowest. Best stock in the city to select from. I R FONVIRI.i, DIRECT LIKE. TRY-WEEKLY TRIPS. In oidei to mak , more convenient and economical use of th vessels n w -mployed in the North Carolina serv ce. and thus to n n ,i i ( v'U' I UtH 1 UUIV A1V V L p p I Uj the Clyde I .ine and Old I) -minion St.-amshlr ComoHnv have concluded to mt rnu their re- sptictive lin' 8 hftwwn Newben.. N. C, and x ..r.. 1 1. IT.. ...... ...... ).... . . . . . . . ... ..( iiji., v n., iiiiv. .i... Hue. ...ua ic.v.iik .icv sciiger anl truck shippers thr.-. i rips each ... . ,... iu u.. V .i w ru. m m n. i KJ..rf..lb Trial Washington. NO ADVANCE IN- RATLS. On and after Monday. July 4. 1892. until further notice, tl e Steamer Newtera, Capt. Soutlnate Steamer Enola, Capt. Boyd, AND SffiQTuO I QTlT KlinflDO UlUUilUiUUyl.lillUUUU Will sail from Norfolk. Va.. for Newbern direct, every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri day. 4 a. m.. making connection with the At lantic ana JNortn Carolina Kaiiroaa ana tne witfr Lines on Neuse and Trent rivers. Returning, will sail from Newbern for Nor- I folk. Va.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays I at 12 m.. inoon) makinir cia ecti..n at Norfolk with Ihe old Bay Line, for Baltimore, J he uiyae une, ror fhiiaael- phia. The Uld uomiulor steamship uo-, for N few York. The Merchants' and Miners' Line wter for Providence ana uos'on, anl i ne ir Providence and Boi Lines for Washington. D. C. an Kichmond. Va., thus glvini? an all water ri'to to all Northern and Kastern points. Also connection made with t'. ( $ O, E. I K..and N. w. tt. a tor the went. Passencers will find a rood tab . comfort able rooms, and every courtesy and attention will bo paid them by the officers. Order all (foods, care of N. N. & W. Direct Line. Norfolk, va. RALPH GHAT. Actinar Ammt. New Bra. N. C. Feb.lZ. d-tl. BARBER NOTICE! Guest's well-known and popular barber shop, in the Hotel Kennon, has recent! v added to its force of ef- ficient help two new barbers, who are sWillnri in thp tradp. nnrl Tift guarantees satisfaction to all who 6 , , . ... , . . , j.u,ttj "lut t-ucn j,auuiigc. u 1 w I KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29,1891 4". Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: Dear Madam As I have been cured of a maligr.ant case of ulceration of the nose produced by catarrh, by the use of twelve bottles or Mrs. joe .Person a Kemedy, 1 take pleasure in recommending it to the! puDiic. ttespectiuiiv, Mrs. J. M. WHITE For nobby suits suits that have all the essence of tailor made suits you will tiave tc get ours. EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO A. B. O'NEIX, PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKER ! Repairing Neatly and v -Promptly Done. Satisfaction Gaaranleed Always. Shop on West Centre Street, up stairs iecou'1 floor of old Y !ssenger Building Lost or Strayed. A light bay mare mule, 4 years old, about 15 hands high, light colore I nose, with an "L W" clipped on her left side. Left my farm oa 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. C, PrJ.E. Wilson. s- t FACTS ARF SUBBORN 1 HINGS. From Tarboro Southerner, July 17. While visiting Tarboro, on July 8th, 1 was requested to visit Miss Mary E Staon, seven miles from town, who for seven weeks had been suffering excruciating a&ony from some blood poson, supposed to be poison oak. On last Tuesday, at her request, I went to see her. and exDected to Bee great suffering, but was not prepared for the- scene that met me. I found the patient broken out all over with an erup- rTl ? n Cr V at A lirmnp li a rn -mvtrc- c t n wwrtto I tvuuiug ut-.ui uuilll vii V'AJ CUIO OUC V 0.0 and torn herself to pieces until her agony was indescribable. During these par oxysms "she would have to be held, and raw, 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 coarse comb, and before she could be prevented, had raked herself with it with such force as to bref d oul ome of the teeth, thus adding to her agoi.y. She was attended by some good physicians as Tarboro and her neighborhood could occasional relief by outward applications ,nd no permanent benefit, as the par oxysms continued to return wiih increas ing violence. Upon viewing the condition of the patient I ca'led the family togeth r and told them to bear witness that I rit .m ised nothing. I could not 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. 1 then gave her a large dose of the Bitters and as soon as the paroxysm wrs over, sponged her whole body with the Wash, While doing so she would call cut, "Oh, that does feel so good" I then gave her another dose of the Bitters, and she was soon in a sweet sleep. I continued this treatmeiit' and enever the itching would recur I would sponge the. body instaatly niuu.c v-ix lii ciii r iu3.aiu.c i anayea in tne irruauon or rcmng anc warae i on tnose violent paroxgyms. one did not have an attack during the day, a J 1 and by 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon .,;,. .,. - . . , n,, mc u ftra nns uiiuci pejicui, uuuuui. x 11c ... ' . J .1 allayed by the application of tie ash. 1 i . Ti. .i . i . leitcer eunesuay easy anu comioriauie, with directions for ihe treatment to t e con- ..... ... , , tinued during the niht and aa long as . . t i. wao iiCTCCssa.jr. i ,iuv asjaiu iu ccc uci tvd iv. Fa'nrdav. the 12th. .-mil fiiiinil her up an i aresseu ana in ine regular prose - ontinn nr i,Ani,nii Anina Siio 1 on. tirelv r li vf'.n.lth nirh she wil'if (Miir-e. uave to i iKe me ismers some time to com - : i, ; r, P'J """"" lllc i-u.aoii xlk..ux blood. During Widnes-day she frequently call for the Bitters, as she craved its soi th intr Qr.,1 r.,li. tin fT,t . rA rl ,n n .r tl r. o v 6 v..v... v...-, c..u .v. 1 admim-tered a whole bottie. wiih the . . , . T , rauuv t; iuouii, uiua -luviijg, u.iL j. ixavc alwaj'i claimed, tliat my Keiiicdy in an infaHible antic te for all blood i-n nrity. lam respecttully, MRS. JOE1 i-itSON. This is tx cer ity that tbe foregoing statement is perfect y correct in every par- ticul r, as we were eye witnesses of M;ss Mary's suffering and thewonder!ul it'.ii aff- rded by M s. Joe Person's Remedy. NICHOLAS STATON, FELIX STATON, CORNELIUS STATON, 1'ATTIE MoDOWEIL. Tarboro, N C. July izux 'SSi. TLisis to certify mat JSLia. Joe Pors' n't statement in legard to my suffering is t ue and ptrfectly correct in every respec 1 as regarus my conoitiou ana tne reuei ai lorded by her Remedy. MARY tiTATON. Tarboro, N. C, July 12th, 1884. MERIT WILL TELL IN THE LONG HUN. Tarb. To, N. O. Feb. 4, 1885. MBS. JOE 1ERSCN: Mactam. bhip at once 5 gross of y cur Remedy and 2 gross Wash Wc ara doing well with it in Tar- I DOro) an" sales are rapidly increasing, and itlias given satisfact on, so far as we hav learned, in every case. We are respectfully, E. B. HODGES & CO, I Will Pay THE HI' J II EST PRICE FOP Rags and Old Iron, ALSO HAVE ON HAND A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GRO ERIES AT MY -NEW STAND, Two doors North of the City Bakery Bring jour old rags and Iron to, a: bny your Groceries from F. ABEAMJS, P. S. I also buy Ladies' and Ch drtns worn clothing and pay good prices for the same. MONEY! WANTED: On satisfactory real estate security in the city of Golds- boio, in the sum of I we ve Hun dred Dollars. Apply for particulars to J. II. HILL, Jr., Gtldsboro, N. C. MOTHERS! MOTHERS!! We symDatnize with you because you usually have so mnr.n trouble in getting ally ; ood a good iat lor a mv; come ana see wsat we have broueht ior vou. EINSTKi S CLOTHING CO. o. n? is iLsr This season we are buying and paying for Rice at our Mill. High eat market price paid for Rough Rice., Call on us before selling. 3gr'W"e solicit shipments. igpfPrompt returns, Orders for Clean Rice and Rrce Meal promptly filled. VeryRespectfully, National Wm Milling Go. GOLDS fiOKO, N. 6 Z'1 :. At.th"e oJd -Goldsboro Mills. So20th '9 ly. vl- BierakiA&DutUlB BallM 4 CpJtliliC&lrllGaiOMF. P CONDFNSED SCHEDULE. IN EFFECT IflAY 31). I Ht " TBAINS GOING SOU TH - a , i. -.. N!) j N M Lv Hiehinoti'l. Jli ip;u 3 2J Lv Bark ville I 03 pui f 00 aa Lv Knys viile . .... .I 5 43 pro 541 arc ArDm"iU;; ; 10 p n 3 10-vi; Arreea-ib'ro 10 l"p ri !'l 11 a i; Lv l.j'.dsboro ' l?lpu 74-pni ArRileiirh I 4 1 pu liiSpa Lv Hileiifh 6 15 P n 7 0 i u Lv rV.irhani 7 &J p:n 7 58 t-T Ar Grroaci-JO iro. . . ..... . 10 pu 10 uO im L Winswn-Sileni W S'i p ii 8 :Vj , - Lv Grean?!vro W-b pm V) M a n Ar 3 ilisburv 12 18 am , li 00 t i. ArSUtevilla Z3iani 10 .:r Ar Aasville 8 0J am 5 58 .:n Ac rtitSpria B. 10 43 ami 8 10 . o Lv Salisbury -. 12 38ain iao8u n ArOiiarlotto 20:an 1 30 . . Ar Spartan' urg 5 00 ana 4 :i8 - Ar Green viilo ...... 8 10 am 5 ;(" .. Ar Atlanta 12 25 pin 11 30 L.v On irlotte 3 10 am i 50 j ArCllu nbia. 5 f.2 an '. 45 u : Ar Aamta 9 37 TRAINS GOING NOltCH-n! No 11 j N U- Lv Augusta .. . .. 7 UO im 8 -5 a LvColurab'a illCprai 124. : ArCharlotte.... 3 10a'n! 5 15 Lv Atlanta so pm 8 05 a r ArCharlotte 6 40 a n 6 m LvCinr'.otle 7'0-inj 8 31 pra ArSiUsbury 3 27 am 8 10. LvHo'p' ni"' 4 30 pra l-39:!r Lv 'Ashovill - - wOOam 2Hl, Lv Stat ;-5vi' 8 50 an 7 08 Ar Salisbury 4 8 ... Lv3lUbarv 8 37 am 8 25 t Ar Greou-i! oro - 10 - 1 an 102-p Ar ViQst-n-Saleoi U 10 i n tl2 10 . Lv Oroai-iSaro 10 SO m 12 01i ArDir'ia:r. 12 21 p n 20 i A.-ttleii - 12fp n 3 0" - Lv K 1 1 irh 1 ;8 pa 8 is i.m Arail.lsbirf . 3 0idu 1M5 in Lv GreansiX 103ar flip'r, Ar FVinvillp 12 10 pm 124 au, Ar Kfiv-svi'le . .'. Z 46 pji 4 15 in AxBur'tvllle 3 3lpn 4 57 -r ArKiehnnal 5 3 1 d -r 7 10 Daily. T Da'ly exo-?pt -Vir.dav. BSr.ViBS WS3T l'OINT & lUCHtt - LeavH NVjst Point 7.50 a. m., daily, an 1 i-V a.m., daily except Sunday and Mn-.iay: sT; except Sane" i Vest P-jint . BETWEEN RlOrtMONO AND lil via (lKisviiLb i, iTa Rich non.-i :o .m. aaiir:io.i7a s-5"' 5V m- arrl ,ve i?xto!'x, Mw m I -lr in I-A1 a. n. .l.lrh.Lin J. 3 I a. Ql.. K-l-ei 1 10.40 a. m. ttuturum-5 leave Ha!eih 8 15 p. m I iaily D.irhacn 9 25 p. i..Keadisou 0.30p m i rjjf,,ri i:,r,0 p. m.- arrivo K.oysviile l.Uo a. n fallunu Pa! lace SleepiUi? Cars butweoa I Kio .n a I a-.vl tta eigh oa above trains. i mif e i tr n-i-i leave n.ev eviii uany, c Sua ,,.,. ar-iv-s Durba n tf.Hp Leaves Uarjitm 5.15 a. ra. daily except sun -t I arrive uxr.ir l i it a m I Additional t-a n luives oxf jrd laily ix; 1 3un lav U:J) o ., arrivo il dera.r :,g " m; tt5taril,n le . I Heu ler-.oti 7.0i a.m.. daily ejm bunlaj 1 v tiii.uittoi uU cS-a h western Vesti u I litntte-l. o oratos uotween wasiiint-a i i I Danvill 55 A. M... Gr:ensb Jro 7. ;9 A. 1 arrives Atlanta 5 or, e. M. ttetu.-a .a, e lAtlanti 1.40 P. M.. tln.irlotta a.2 J W. M... s.li- hnrvl 1.34 P. M.. areo nb jra U.OO P. i burv 1 0.34 P. M.. 'jreo nhirj U.OO riyP U tnvill- 1.20 A. M.. Lyn nrju ir 20 M..vv isnintoa s. ji a. m. T.-irwu.' i Pulim n jlei-per Ne .v v Ne W Or (eatl ?. also bjlffWU lV aS.lll ;Z X. in .11 Morapliis. via AUanla aaj Uircu Us4n n I N03. 9 anl li w:ia)t at n j i .u i suu lkj eat. .i j . .4- iii . if.. j Sunday, SLEEPING UAH SEHVlUa On Trains 9 and 10. Puilonn il i f botwoon Atlanta and NeiV VTori, wv Augusta, On 11 aullJ, au jx in isaT -t -1 r.: ttroea Hich ooa'I iai .yjn sitt! . aai PauiDtM ii.tji ara bei vaaa Ne fork, m Kt inoivi - vi i U i i vilie. Si1is'.jui-7 ' ' Til iu, and Pall it cjjpciis lw ..! .v . . ntrtonanl iu.ut On trains mix 1:4 Pulipvin w.itoo SI... p.. Cars bo..W no tt ili-th nd Asn .vmih. K. 11 KK L. li )L . iuoanu 10 tt . .. . . . .. ' If A, Turk, Asa't. Uea. Pass, ari Cnafii.i-.,., i i,. W. H. Green. Ucn'i Vr, A. a ii. - Jao. L.. Taylor, ifoLi. fa-s?. .-r-n:. .- i..l'il... - Sol HaaR. i ralH Haii!.M . -.,Y-P-.- fflLMLXSTO-N 4 WauilN R. ii. aad Braci es. CONDBNSKi) SC1IKDUL.K. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. . 01 5i? No. 87 No. 41 tx& y ' KastMailPaiiy.M ls'" 20 Dailj . Sunday. Lv Weldon 1230 p m hv.i p n 6 00 a n Ar Rocky M .... 1 40 p m 6 36 7 09 a ci ArTaiboro 18 p ns LvTarboro ... I 58 pru S 00 p m Ar Wilson 218 pra 7l)C p m 7 40 an Lv Wilson 230 o m Ar Selma 3 i ? m Ar Fayetteville. . 5 20 p m Lv Goldsboro. ... 315 p m 7 40 p in 831 a d. Lv Warsaw 41 p aa 930 a n. Lv Mairnolia 4 37 p m 8 40 p ra 944 a m Ar Wilmington... 610 p m 9 55 p m 1125 a m NO, 15 DAILY. TRAINS GOING NORTH. - g sA No. 40 6 Daily ei Z,d za Sunday. Lv Wilmingto-i .. 2 35 am 915 am 4?0 p m Lv Magnolia 1 54 1057 a n- 602 p m Lv Warsaw 1111 am 6 15 p bd Ar Goldsboro 255aml205 pm 710 pm Lv Fayetteville $930 a m Lv Selmi 113 a m .... Ar Wilson 1230 pin ...... Lv Wilson 335 a m s25S p m 804 p m Ar Rocky Mount. 1 03 .... 130 pm 839 p no Ar Tarboro 6 30a in 2 18 p m ......... Lv Tarboro .... 12 58 p m ArWeldon . .. 5 05a m 255 p m 10 00 pm Train on Scotland Neck llrancn Kjad icavts Weldon. 4 00 o m.. Halifax 4 22 p m: arrives Sotland Nock at 5.15 y m., Greenville 8 52 p. m.. Kinston 8,00 p. ra. Returning leaves Kinston 7.1(1 a. in.. Greenville 8 25 a m. Arrive Halifax at 1100 a u.. Weldon 11 2a a ra, d&ilj except tsimaay. Trains on Washinirton Uraneh leave Wash ington 7.00 a, m . arrives A & U. Junction 8 40 a. in., returumj leave a. s k. junctio i .iu p. oi arrives Washinffton 8,45 p. m. Daily exo- pt Sunday. Connects with trains on Alema-le and UaleiKh B, K., and ScotiaKd liock liranch, Train leaves Tarboro, N.C., via Albomaru & Raleih railroad, daily except Sund iy. 4 4 I p.m. .Sunday 3 00 p.m., arrive WiSUamston, N. 3 2 ) p m. Returning leave Plymouth daib except Sunday, 6 00 a m.. Sunday 9 00 am Wulia-natou, 7 31 a m., 9 58 a. m , arrive Tar ro. 10 40 a. ui 11 20 a m. Trains n Southern Division, Wilson and Fayetteville Branch leaves Fayetteville 5.30 p. n., arrive Rowland 7 12. p. m. Returning loaves Rowland 7,35 a. m., arrive Fayette ville 9. JO a. ra., daily except Sunday. 1 rainon Midland, N . U., orincu leaves i oids-b-iro, daily except Sunday, 6 00 a. m.. rrive Smithfleld, 7 30 a. m. Returning leaves Smiih acid, 8 00 a. m., arrive Goldsboro, 9 30 a. m. Train on Nashville branch leaves Rocky Mt. at 5 15 p. m., arrives Nashville 5 55 p. m.. Spring Hope 6 30 p. ax. Returning leaves Spring Hoi i 8 00 a. m., Nashville 8 35 a. m., arrive Hjck; Mount 9 15 a. rii., daily, exceptHSunday Train on Clinton branch leaves Warsaw for Clinton, daily, except Sunday, 6 20 p.m. an 11 15 a. m. Returning leaves Clinton at S 21 a. m. and 3 10 p. ra.., connecting at Warsaw witt Jos. 41. 40, 23 and 78. - Southbonnl train an Wilson & Fayottevili Iranoh in No. 51- Northbound is No. 50.Dail axoept Sunday Train No. 27. South, and 14 North, will stop only at Kocky Mouut, vv'uaoi, Goldsboro and Maarnolia. Tra'r No. 73 makes closo connection at We. ion (or all points North, daily. All rail v Richmond, and daily, except Sunday via Buj Line, also at Rocky Mount daily .-except Sun iay. with Norfolk and Carolina Kail road for Norfolk a-sd all points North via Norfolk. JOHN FVDIVINE, Ue-i'lSupt !. H. KBfLr, Gen'l Manager. P M. EwBBSOil. Trafflc Manager. - i - : : ; STIFF HATf I An tlegant sssortment at N. y. BAUGA1N STORE. Time Table ITo 2 O.J TO T1KB Et'FKCT OCT. 17, 189!'. TRAINS GOING EAST. STATIONS. No. 51 No. I t leave" P. ivi. "A. M Goldsboro 3 30 6 30 Best's 3 56 7 05 LaGrange. 4 09 7 3' Falling Creek 4 23 7 53 Kinston 4 40 8 30 Caswell..-.. 4 55 8 55 T.ovei 5 15 10 02 Core Creek 5 19 10 36 Tuscarora 5 35 11 05 Clark's 5 41 11 41 Newbern 6 08 3 00 Riverdale 6 39 3 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 D. pot . P. M TRAINS GOING WEST. STATIONS. No 50-t No. 2 t leave. A. M. A M Morehead Depot 6 25 7 00 Atlantic Hotel 7 15 Morehead City 6 47 7 27 Atlan ic 6 5S 7 T2 Wild wood 7 03 3 05 Neewport ." 7 13 8 2 Havelock 7 33 9 04 Cro itan 7 47 9 33 Riverdale 7 52 9 46 Newbern 8 30 1 30 Clark's 8 48 2 12 Tuscarora 8 58 2 30 Core Creek 9 12 3 00 D iver 9 28 3 40 Caswell 9 39 4 05 Kinston 9 53 5 00 Falling Creek 10 06 5 30 LaGrange 10 25 6 04 Best's 10 40 6 34 Goldsboro 11 10 P. M. No 50, passenger daily excrpt Sunday, connects witn w. . w train bound N2rth, lea'ing Goldsboro. J 10 p. m., and R. & D, train West, leaving Goldsboro at i p. m. No. 51, passenger, daily except Sun day, conneets -w Itli K. & V. tr-iin, arriving Goldsboro 3.05 p. m., and W. & W. train lrom the .North at 3.10 p. ni fNo. 1, Mixed freight a'-d passenger lucsaay, lnursaay ana ?aturaav. tNo. 2, Mijed freight and passenger T 1 .. - ' .1 1 . . . . 1 1 .1 . 1 iw uiiiia v , u cuuusuaj nuu lit lay . COL r with W. & W. through f.-ekht, Nonb tiovuia, leaving tioiasboro at 11.10 p. ax. i. u. UlLli, Sn i w.ri n ten .1 in t 20 Gar Loads Fresh Coods o One Cur Meat, One Car Arrow Ties, On 2 Car Seed Rye. One Car Flour, Oi.e Car Fine Salt. One Cur Choice Timothy Hav One Ca! Rock L'me, One Car Laths, One Car Rice Meal, Oue Car Sugar (all gnulee) o One Car Baling, One Ca: ILaw Bags, Om r"&. C 2fee, One ..h" liran. One Ca: Ooai fcbU, One Car Ni:?v: !lav, One Oat Fi,itc. a: d Cement One Ca. --. One Car Fe One Car Cow '- -ed. ALSO Rump Pork, Hams, Lard, Starch Pepper, Rice, Mutcnes, liroom Soap, Soda, Tobacco, Snuff, Empt Grain Sacks, Buckets, etc. All abov for sale at rock bottom prices by B. M. Privctt Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Co! ton nmmission Merchant. Hotel Kennon (Formerly Hotel Gregory) Goldsboro, N C tfNE OF THE FINEST AND Best Hotels in the State. It is w hat Goldsboro has long needed a first class Hotel, with all Modern (Jon veniences. The best meals for th money in the State. o- ADIES WILL FIND Large and pleasant parlors and at tentive porters who w ill ehe- k hi transfer your baggage fie F. L.Castex, Propr AN OPEN LETTER. Moroanton, N. C, June 28, 1892. Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: iHAUiM i nave nsed your Remedy as a Tonic an Blood Purifier and unhesitating! pronounce it the hest that I have tried. I feel satisfied that it wi do all you claim for it. Resyect fully, n. D. Leqdex, Pastor Baptist Church. For sale by leading Druggists and Dealers, Engraving Mr. L. D. Giddens, Jr., a graduate of Parson's Horological Institute, La Pr-rte-Ind , is preparel to do all kiuds of plain and fancy engraving at L.D. GIDDENS' Jewelry Establishmi nt. West Centre Street A corker. A Stunner 1 Is our fa re liable Derby Hat, and then we have the famed J. B. Stetsons Hats also. - EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO. Jersey suits, for children, a nobby line oT suks for boys ajxdhonost values in suits for men, aad you all suited. EINSTEIN CLOTHING C V LIGHTED -BY- Electricity. Ps there are many people too busy in the day to visit our store we have lighted it with elec- ric lights and will keep it open at night until the Holidays are over. We therefore extend to all a cordial invitation to call and see our display or Furniture. We will take pleasure in showing it. Yours Resp'y, Royall & Boio'en. FOR Wliat c uld be belter for a Gentleman than a. PRETTY SCHRF AND HANDKERCHIEFS Either in silk, innitial, or plain. Now we Wi. uld suggest an acceptable Christma3 present to a Father, Brother or Friend, would be a MMDSOME MACINTOSH. We have them and they Are not so Expensive. COME AROUND SAND SEE US ! Anil we'l suggest a dozen accept able and useful articles for you. EINSTEIN CLOIHING COMPANY Conect Dressers and Haberdashers, Under Hotel Kennon. SEED WHEAT. Just lieceivsd a lot of Red Fultz Wheat And Country Seed Eye -AT- B. M. PRIYETTS MUSIC LESSONS.. Miss Lena M. Hudgins, pupil o the Metropolitan College of Music, New York City, gives instruction in vocal Music, Piano, Harmony and sight singing, at the residence oi Mrs. Ilattie Dortch.