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;, :iui;!i, N. SEPT. , M. .YNK COUNTY. ,.,nilv M I-AI'.I-.I.. ;:t ;;- Do not !nk for . , ..."any iiion:. We have ;i, mailing ty .. Your printed label with the , ; vo.ir sub.-enption expire.. , ,, , (,ur renewal f it you . paper another y ;vi ) at leat re vi'ir su lis-ri on ex- i- v im.iut.s or kkvat j i Ft. -!: II v lifiiuiiniv. If i ; I t '" t . t lit 1 ISeimblUuri I'nrtv himI .loin, the V, ! lr' I'ai ly--T he- Nn.i.l i I iirr.iftiisl j Ke'ireM.-nriati'Mt Nt Solill I ,tilir. A WEEK'S NEWS .TII.KKI ll'.OH KVL'KT Jl.4KTt OK Til K WCHII.Ii i tH, 'i tiUK.rURr.tl f K lllAtK." : Th Terrified Hsntwrar hava MattblBC bat oft ami tit.nurcd ttofili for tbe -'Colwr-eI Iir.llier." i'.'hsr!.tte i '!iff r-"r.) 'I " is a rut.-ct of ut-ral remark TO BUILD VP Your System Dvl re-Kn YOl'H STRENGTH Invigorate your Liver anil itkify Yuri: iiKjon Strengthen yiur Ntrvf and HIVE AN APPETITE excursions. Charlotte hi been the j Jake that Eic-ilrnt Medicine, Sept. l. A (-pecia) oojeeue poiui oi more uiao me ueu-j p ji j . . . , . . . . .1 r . I .a . I . V. iH!V..t'n II I . 1 T., AH'l isnray Kim inruii; niriurr ui inv . ...... . - Cxut-tuUn. that this Mrason has beeu fruitful of Jay 1 ui ui.-hed a sen.at ion in politi- , , . 1CU I' IOOllel. -al firkins t.y the ntatt-mcut that Sena j Sr. IiL'I tor John I'. Jones, of N.va!a, u ho ! from Sun Antor.ia, Tex., to the Post- 5 ""nix r of them, marl v if not all j 1rit.klv At.b j.okt, ,.(MiU fcUt, . ... v. . ,. i DiKi.itch, uavf: Tlie scene of de- "" xeuriious of colored jieople. i0ts,iuiii ' represented his State ui the I. I 1 . ' , . , . - , .....J j, k.tJ (H-ti a iiiiiree of "Tatitiea- 1UIU.J struetion and desolation in the i.ow!- "u 11 oe,u j ouree 01 rawt.. puhlieari, ha- S. Senate for over 21 years as a lie- .,) ,1:...:,., fru ,1 Utar ee of one hut - Den to th'. white friend of the col- is.. i!,!r,.,i ,;i,. u ..,.. jk.t from -... or- J race 'o mark the ir'-ir il goo ------ j ----- r . i . ... i Mrul erfi-rw inn- ii.nth from 1 lie Oi t h- o l.dtior Ui ines .ern I'aeit.f railroad to i-i! tli. I'ifii !itt T.!.rlv ! ' i i 1 : 1 . '.t I t h i n t V. . t t (t 'irare'e tw ' K Nl W l I.H'l SKII.NT). i I'lothiii (,'oinpariy We ,r tra.h-. wi-.h in1 to n-tie-t on r read- Itiii to a ii of the ahoi to -;tv that you i-avs the nt in I'm i. CaccaiIax. II. I'oiiv ielle is laek l roiu m;i rket -. Look out tor his : 1 ;-ej; til I!eXt Week. W. V.'.p.nIow ha rented 11 x. I'OOll. r .ipn"l iii.ll Opel as nosl i wit h ii Senator Jones h;ts written a letter to his eonstitueney which will he puh'ished in Nevada tomorrow de claring hi.- al! fiance to the iVopIe'.s part v. Senator Joiie?. left Wahinirton to day tor New York. His change of party makes the Nevada 'lonjjres sional di-h-fxat ion solidly I'op'ilist, Si nator Stewait having left the Ue puli'.ican party some time ago, Ke; -reerilative Newl.t?:ds having n-n nt !y df-d;ired ills allegiance, to iht- Peo ple's p:i rty. sunt J iid tjeen efjxrCiauy jomni.'i.te ujr. i .vitriin tne ;a;t to days, sence of ilrunkeiin-is teas I'ne ab- h-en vcrv ecu reionist-. the llio endred miles nav, is rdv ten hie. Thousands upon thousand .f ae-es of pasture and marke,.', ari,i tne vieitord nave cut no fanu land are .-till under water. It : t'k'" " the xdi e record W e say iaebtiinated that t.n damage to not to the shameof the white race, crops will reach halt a million dol- to the credit of the c dored, we iars, while in the vall'v -A Sac- Jo nut h-heve that auim,;' an e-jlial and Sahinal river-the lnes will num-r of pronn-cu..ii w h;te excur fully a. much m.-re. .Manv tlec- sioni-i, tla ie would have been fewer -an.iof cattle, ho.- s and cheep niamf. ituuoiia of intemperance and we-e swept awav and drowned. j d.-onh. rly conduct. e conrratu- " ; late the colored people upon these i lie t irii.ir ir..iiKit in New 01 k. ' ii u in is t akahle i nd icatioi is that their lit n ai.o, N. Y., Si pt. 1. We.s- race is ad am i n g in civilization tern New Yoik is almost lir.-ritlly rising in the scale of hcin. Its do hnrnin.' no. Ttie dr;c.;: ii! is almost iiig tso is an a.ssi.rance that the autlc tsrr.;-r?r;..-ji I. WAJ CJTri. TO iPUK i ! Maj. Wiu. A. 0?!thn will ?peV ' it Jackioa, Nertban-'pton county, en j September l.th. The pabhc in in i vitt-d and larjre r"d will lr un :h.nid. W. T. r.riSio. Co. :Ur'm. NEW liOOK STOKE. J. M. LIVITKR X 40, ! LASKEU. N. 0 We announce tear)-. -r and Ai'bott-- Kast Indian t'ora Paint scho.d ofi'ieer thait we are n pre- It : eurts all Corns, Wartt and P.muocs. Pr-d to torni-h a.i ttie h, -u th i rotate i;st an lU-.ivcr T!:-t;i at nv The National Watchman and TilE ' pvist..i!ice at prices ;i .1 i. ttf (Catvasiax J-uh one year for il.?."1. DO YOU WANT YOUR Preseriptions tilled ejurreetiy and at Board of leiuciU 'ii. W CHAKtiK tor po-f:iie on sry book. We prepay ail ptMCe and deliver them at t in-: oi..w ing jriee -. Holm-' First U.al-r, -o. 1 '. llo'me' Se i.l.d Uaiel, "J."' Holmes' Third K-ade?, Ho'nies" Ko.irth lieath r, Holme-' Fifth Uead. r. ,to W !t (lollt prect dent. l"':triui re nioir u ,! f.-n- fiirt ,. ....j. lii'tr firm of .1. W. P.iz.ell lia-t t't litre treet, will open. :.:,eetion with their dry good. : m;:hneiy estiibirshment, a lirst l oi ei v store in adjoining t j 1 f . limstein lotliing Company, , ; hotel Kennon, has pla-ed an , , 1 1 "titetit in out coluinns. We ., i , e.tll our readers attenlion ; i i in and read what they have . ;:. . the pilhlie. .' : . I.'l. L. lidiiiiindsoii lias return i..:ii h i , t ri j) Nort h and will soon ,. ...... n'-e through out columns the , ;,, . oa r 'ains t hat will be offered Hie old -t.-llid of lid. Ii. lidlllUlll -... A I '.i o. , t he " hu.st lei s.' A telegram was received here , ., ..,v to the c fleet that Senator ! . J. .larvis will make a public ad ;,, in tioldsltoro next Monday. Mr. i'.utler is out of town but we -. ;i teeraiii from huntt .ting tiiat he will reply to Mr. Jama if i'loui d. Ho if the I h-mucrai.ic Kx. .mi. consents there will be a joint bate. ( 'oine everybody. M.rs. P.iz.ell Bros. & o. are : doing ;i double business. Their .. , iToeerv hlisine.ss Will hi' coll- ......... . - - j 1, lined at the same stand. Messrs. V Ii. and K. H. l'.i.zell of the tirui wiilliave chaige d' the dry good.-i.n-iness, ju-t acfjss the street in tht nt new Borden b II 1 1.1 1 11 l.Otll biamdies of the business will be ad ertised in our next issue. tble relations existing between t!u the lo-s of crops and fear further races in the S-mtn will be maintain luivoc bv lire iiud suirvation 'f stock. , eil. It is .jUtte remarkable that two Counties like haut impia and Km, raced of different origin, different in which have dairy interests of reat Htinctn, dilf-rent nietliods of thought, magnitude, are the chief sutlerers, one of them only thirty .wars ago a but unless rain-fall cotiu-s sp.-edilv s!ae race, should be able to live the following in cuckoo Democratic and copiouslv. this entire end of the , ha' inoniously together as do the State w ill experience a financial loss wnite and black people of the South. which it c; n ill afford. The border ; It is doubtful if thev could do so inJ to the Democratic foM aid faith of men llig pro luce Of 'JutaMo I Kiiiiuariy any oilier eouniry or tu miiv otiiei who unuYr pressure of mistaken apprchen- parched. j section of this country, but well- in. waielerct oti alter tlie wil.o -the-'A hisp OleU .NjUtnern White people nave a f the 'J hinl party ainl who have fouii'l .i i'i-xu Tun n ievtaiei. ; very sincere rc,rard for t heir hret hren themselves at lcn-th temliiig directly to- The riv.r Leona, lexas. swollen . in black; thev appreciate their vir- receiit rains, i tut s and know how to be charitable G'VE THEIR NAMES. Occassional ly we See items like following in cuckoo Democratic spirit: 'Kve: lav hriti''- us news of the return Kvcry lay tn rao-in;' t irrent bv they are coming l.aek, ami we hear ol mo .....i. ,..) with(H1ra mOlll'MI t S WiU'Hl 11 iT i us to t hei r foibles. Thev reioice in ,i--iJMIOII iu lilt I illtilllM. y.itiinr.T. i iii.i ' . in ourar'mj to the oM mother party of cor- warils the hoyn of Uailicalhiin. eel. prineiples aid ;.;ooil j.'in ern men I." The exact hingmige of the above appeared m tin Argus. We call down upon the town of Uvalde, sub- j the evidences of their elevation as a merging and wrecking many houses , p.-oph, and view with pleasurable m- and drowning a number of peop'e. ; tcrest such events ad those we have A rougii estimate of tfie !o-s of prop- just spoken of: the holiday recrea- erty in general and of the South- tions of crowds of sober, orderly, upon that paper to give the names (.rM pacific 1.' .ill wav, fori v miles of well-dress !, fun-loving, light-heart- I'llK ('ACi'ASlAN is coiiHtantly re- the track and many bridges being j ed black jeopl .ortin- accessions to the I Vople's -axhcil away, w 1 1 1 as lar as known. ,i reach a million ami a half of dollars Kill) anueery lime wegie ine inline ind ;iostonicc. If the cuckoi.s an telling the truth, let them do like wise. forty-second annual session rlmi niiK eul isls nt Alie ille. The of the American and State Pharma ceutical Associations opened at Ashe- SENATOR JONES A POPULIST. ville Monday morning with a conn ....;.. ,..ti,v ..,.im -a ,.,.;..,! cil meeting, in the aiternoon an . . .,.l,l..u.' ,f ii-l,., ,i.i.. tvteiuliliir the from Washington statint: that Sena- v.. ....... Items and editorials like the above are now daily going the rounds of the Democratic papers. The ma chine democracy has lived ad thrived a number of years by crying out against the negro. Why this sudden change of tune? It is lie- cause the machine knows that a ma jonty of the white people are now in e , J I ..it., ii.ii l..l i i-i.rwl bv . ,. vT 1 1 -llll.lVlllV.'A.JV- ViLT "l.u ... ..... ... , r . ones, or jevaua, nas seereu ,, ., -., . n,i..v, . ' l.it--if I '-.it ton I 'resiileii t. ; ten. : .1 11 .1 ' 1 1I...1 , .- -ti .1 p. , i i;. , -- 1 ne 1 eopie s pai i ami ruau oa- uiny his connection with the hepubliea.i I f . Jdlve.-e.l his .u.niui! ad- . . 1 . J party and joines the People's party- dress, and the remainder of the ses- Senator .Jones is a man of iimpies- Ll0n was taken up by routine busi I ioned character and ability and he nets will, since joining the ranks of tin- lowest living prices ! Briug them to ; Holmes' New Hi-toty ot the 1". S..I.00 LMatirv's Kh nientarv tieogr-iphv, ."" u.-, we employ the only Craduate of j Maurv's Hevi-e.l Manualot lieo'tr- ! i-aphy. N. C. F. ,tnn, l.'" ; Nantord's Prmi. Atialv. Antii., Pharmacy iu tioldsltoro. Feb. 1-ly. I Store, Goldslxtro, X. C . A t : 1 1 oci At OlST "WHEELS If you waut a tii-t-class linsTzj r Carriage. Surry or line-1 Stephen-' Hi-tory of the V. S., ' San ford's Inter. Atjaiv . Satiford'- Couiiuon Sen I alvtieai At'ltain-tie, iSjiui'otd'- lhhtr Atialv. Antii. 1 Santor.1- K'cint niary Aii loa, 'Worcester's Piini 1 iet iotiary, Worcester's New School l.c tioiiary, ; iooci rieh's Child's II i t J V I". S. tin. Hninl Cart or Farm Waon. Don't fail to call to see me. I have a full stock on hand, all kinds, in cluding a full line of harness, A.e. GKO. D. BENNETT, Aug. ill) 4ms. j (joldsboro, X. C. OR THE RUPTURED DUNN'S AIR PAD b!lWucssIS THE BEST. en in- worn .l:iy an. I N Kili r with wrf-t nimfurt. '-itiA hii.I cl-;tti) ny .tit chii fit it. All Trussi-ii iii;ir.iio..l. siil iiy nini 1 nr ixpris prf.ail on r-,--i.t ..f i.rj.-e.5n. SealoJ -in''lHihsilitoii it 1 ieutioi i . HAUSSMANN &. DUNN 211 MadisonSt -.Chicago. I t.f til fe mtlm SuTKksl Appluui. mud Tctcriar; Ouu4s. Mctiilffex's Kevised Eclecte- Primer. Harvey's lievi-eii Elementary Grammar and Conipo-itioti, Harvej's li e v i s e d English (Iraminar, Eclectic Copy-Books, ( Elemen tary.) per dyz , Eclectic Copy-Books, per do., Swiuton's Language Primer, Harrington's Spelling Book, Harper's New Graded Copy Books, primary, 7 Nos.. per do.., Harper's New Gtaded Coj y Boi.k. tlr.im. S h'l, s No-., per do, Steele's Abridged Physiolocry, Pa ire's Theo'V and Pl'aeliee, of Teaching, Mrs. Spencer's First Steps in N. C. History, Moore's History of N. C Brand's Good Health for Chil dren. i l.OO 1 oo .IS .vo 1.0 I 0- .4'. .To .So 1 OS 'Ik) .SO I. UK 1.00 .7." .S."t (Ot SIV UUnilSMOXKKS ay ne Co., Sept. o, ''J L The Board met in regular session, all the members present. Accounts were audited and allow e.l to the amount ot Sl.O.oi, in cluding $I0b.rU jtaid to paupers, i.'ichard Johnson, K. II. Smith am G. I'. Grimes presented their bonds a.- cotton weighers which bonds were approved and they were duly quali fied as weighers. Treasurer's reports approved. Willis Casey was appointed guard at Fin ad hurst bridge. Petition for a new road iu Xew Hope township beginning at X. . Best's corner on Kiuston road and running through the lands of J. II. Brogden, Wilson, Hinnant and oth ers to Cary Ann Grant's house. Laid over to October meeting. The 1th ward and township were separated and registrars and poll holders will he appointed for each voting precinct and the voting place for each precinct shall be at the Court House as heretofore. Registrars for the general election in Xowmber, 1S'. 1, were appointed as follows: Goldsboro, 1st ward J M Swarin- people, do noble and effective work for the cause of reform. Xevada i: now the banner reform State, her congressional representation being solidly Populist. CUM ItliKLAMl COI'NTY I'OI'l LISTS. A Large anil Harmonious Con venl it.n A Full Ticket Nominated--.Mai. jiullirie Makes a Fine I in i ession. (Special tu'l'iii: Catc si.n.) Fayk-itevii.le, X. C, Sejit. ;5, '94. At I. iikI I, (loo IN-ri-heil. SiiA.MiiiAi, Aug. ol. Fire started yesterday among some, hundreds of lower boats that were moored in the Canton river, and nearly all ot the craft were destroyed. The boats were moored in Meets, and those em ployed on them lived onboard. Hun dreds jumped overboard and were drowned, while still greater numbers were burned to death. At least 1,000 persons perished. Si Negroes Lvnclied. Six negroes charged with burning hope of the machine is in the "color ed brother' Hd.J A STliOMi KMMIKSK.ll KNT. THE NORTH CAROLINA College of Agriculture and Me chanic Arts. Offers Three Technical Courses : The Course in Agriculture; The Course ill Science ; The Course in Mechanical and Civil Engineeiiug. ' i.'....i ;.. i. .i i,, ,...i, i ...teu toi.-r oiw.vu.vuv, you o, ; ((Ur ..0U)t attelltioil. and the institution is now equipped ; for excellent work. Expenses very ! T M T AIT1,R AJ Pfl moderate. Session opens September j J1U. UHODllilU (X bU', ,,r 'ALEtMiDAvrpres., Waste, Northampton Co., N. C. duly 120 2iuos. Raleigh, N. ( . August oO lm Brand's Health Lessons for Beginners, .'Js We solicit orders which shall have The People's party of Cumberland cotton gii s, numerous barns and oth- ... . i l . " i l .. l.. f l , county met n Favettevi e to-dav: cr out nouses in me vaciniiy oi -on J - " i' , ri. x 1 r i-K .. u .. i ,.n,.;...i;n ...,.t ling ton, l enn., were uiKeu nmii iuu : . , - . minus oi onicers injur Liiiit iuue uv 'l,ul,umi U1U'1'""SIS ww a band of about liftv armed men i 1 .... nominated; all able men aim men wj10 rjdd!ed the prisoners with bul who stand square in. the "middle of lets. The men were not masked but road" with both feet on the Popu- the officers did not recognize thern i;a , deform TbetieU-et is :,s fol- and tiiey are still at taige. lows: State Senate, A. II. Slocunib n t ii i : l '..i. m. rouse, u v. y ut.ie u . a ,ay- Jame8 Mlirtin livil1g just across lor; Sheriff McD. (.iddie; Clerk Su- the State line south Carolina, perior court, Cyrus Murphy; Regis- while .isicep hl bed at his home was ter Dt weeus, Alex .ic.en ireas-1 .,,, ,;n.i ,, iw ., ri 1 . i ! I 1 . t nesrro. ine muruerer is sua aL '2nd ward old ward 4th ward "dh ward Tow nship- -L C Southerlaiid -Henry K King. -D d liroadhurst. -W I) Creech. -T II liain. Fork W F Rose, Grantham W K Grantham. Provideuct Elijah Kd wards. Dudley W P liowden. Mt. Olive D M Mclntyre. Indian Springs CJ (J Smith. Whitehall G G Quin. New Hope .J M Wood. Saulston Jos E Parks. Sauls Roads I F Ortnand. Fremont .J T Aycock. Pikeville Kedar li Smith. Stony Creek lienajah Lleiring. The Board adjourned to tne 17th iilst. As another evidence of the relia ble skill and professional proliciei cy oi ir. p. s. Harmon as an opti cian, there is a lady iu this commu pity w ho has been a long sufferer from neuralgia and frequent attacks similar to vertigo, without obtain ing much relief from medical treat ment. Her physician, Dr. Thomas Hill, of this city, consulted Dr Harmon, who examined the lady's eyes, and discovered that she needi ( glasses. His infallible instruments determined the exact degree of the impaired eyesight, he adjusted glas ses for her accordingly, and she ex perienced immediate relief and is now enjoyiug life, which had form erly been rendered a painful ordeal by her ailments. urer, .... , I 11 1111. Clllll. 1111 . ior court, Cyrus M"rphy; Regis- while asleep iu bf Df Deeds Alex McNeil; Ireas- 8hot aud kf1Ied Sl ;r, G. W.Laurms; Coroner, Dr. K. iiin G. Averitt; Surveyor, J. B. Downing. , Mai. Guthrie, of Durham, was i i i i present anu mane a long aim veiy Tur;,i;i, nn,.,.u.nnT,,lent r,f tl,P eloquent appeal to the people to sup- (;h. . u observer says: Mr John Rob port tne l'eopie s party, ne seeit- insou Commissioner of Agriculture, ly scored the two old parties tor iias just returned from a trip to their failures in the past, and assur- Wadesboro and several other places edthe people that thev might ex- He says that he is sure that the excel- A . w. . li p ii a i i. : pect a similar record rom them m lenee or rue conon is over esumaieu ,i, ff,.,. 'VUo a,.onh vrv Pii- His personal observations m this re IIIV. lULUJVt A Li s I ' . V I II lU mJ I 1 I I i thusiastically received. L Bnt fni.m,r uau hi,,,. These 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I. I . . i- . . 1 V Ji3- 1 1. Li 1. M- l. M. V. vv..-. " uiu tumuenauu win uo nei uu f,.mr nnnnr in savin? that the iu Xoveillber. nof n minil one: that there is tar. too much weed, lue tomirns- " ., ,1 11 !. kinnrF sioner says tuat ne nas uau misgiv inro u u f i ll o ..TOO S h f Vlfl.S TieVfiT The People's party convention for vet 'known a full crop made when Warren, county will meet in Warren- the rainfall was as great as this year, ton on September the loth. The crop has been as well cultivated 1 I mi - a v u i,'i..n.;n.r eh',,, Fv Cm. asanv crop grown. ine prospeei I nil a line ji .toe ui nui jv. SPECIAL NOTICES. Washington, N. C, July 2, '04. We, the undersigned citizens of tins place, take pleasure iu recom mending Mr. W. W. Ballew, the su They have made this place headquar ters for three mouths and had deal ings with a great many of our best citizens, and have proven themselves to be men of integrity and ability, prompt to meet each and every eu gagemeut of their company, and worthy of the confidence and respect of all good people, wherever they go: Seth Bridgman, President Bank of Washington; Thos. J. Latham, Cash ier Bank of Washington; -W. B. Rodman, Mayor of Washington ; M. J Fowler, Chief of Police of Wash ington ; C. W. Tavloe, Postmaster, Washington; R. T. Hodges, Sheriff Beaufort County ; G. Wilkeus, Clerk Superior Court ; O. K. Stillov, Reg ister of Deeds ; Dr. D. T. Tayloe ; Dr. Joshua Tayloe; Dr. S. T. Nich olson ; Dr. P. A. Nicholson ; Geo. A. Spencer, Manager Hotel Nicholson ; Baugham i; Bragaw, Commission Merchants; Jonathan Havens, Jr., Miller ; J. K. Hoyt, Merchant ; Thos. P. Howard, Liveryman ; Jos. G. Chauncey, Liveryman ; Geo. II. Hill, Liveryman ; H. H. Carrow, Chas. E. Wanab, J. G Griffin. NOTICK. Giieexvili.e, X. 0., Sept. 3, ".)4. The Executive Committee of the 3rd Judicial District for the Peo ple's party are requested to meet at Rocky Mount Friday Sept. 14, 1S94 at 12 m. Full attendance is desired as very important business will come before the Committee. Harry Skinner, Chairman NOTICE. VUE 1IUAMT YOUR TRADE. THESE REMARKS ARE INTENDED FOR WEARERS F nVEALE ATTIEE. DO YOU WEAR CLOTHES! no THEV FIT YOU JUST RIGHT? JDO "YOU WEAE HATS? DID YOU EVER WEAR A STETSON 1IATV DO YOU WEAR SHIRTS. WE ARE SURE THEY DON'T FIT, UNLESS YOU HAVE TRTT'.D OUR'S. WELL OUR BUSINESS IS TO DRESS Ol Properly, Correctly and Economically. WE ASK A TRIAL. EINSTEIN CLOTHING COMPANY CORRECT DRESSERS AND HABERDASHERS. Under Hotel Kennon, GOLDSBORO, N. C. "FFIt F. oK THUS. HILL. M. U.. Coidsh no. N. C. April ( th. IS'.U. liu- i to . iit:! that Dr. P. S. Harmon hat given p urm! i.tsf action t tie pi ad ut- of l.i, pro!".-:. mi i tpt : iaii, and h.s iwv end ot-4 as a tir,l'.i iu;i:i. i.Vetiedl Tio.. Hiil. M. D . W. J.'.t.ti.e. XI. !.. Wu; II. II. I .1 i ib M I .1 1-' !,'!.. l Ii 1 u ,.i ... l ll ......... .... ... u iiri , i, i . . iio w,.i ii t,, ai.,1 Mjb.M t iU .l b, !.,re me ttn I'Jiii d.iv f April. l'.IJ. 'Kvi.i Ji. W. Cratoti, Notntv Pubh. No charu'e for exam inal i..u of the F.e. If u Imve any eye trouble above rcfercncn ;, re obli,. to Sittltv oil of In V Mirees. DR. D. S. HARMON, Consulting Optician and Master of Optic?. (H FlCi: AT rm: KKX.NuN HuTEU An- ini. I GoRUWo, N. ('. t h 1 ' -.V - 'I , R L 0 0. See Our Ladirh' P.eltn, Hair PlU, Hat Pins. Cotutu, Hat Maik;, and Sl tliuifHil- ver Novelties. I in VOL WANT THE Ph "I I RE uF MtVU WIFE U YiM'lt SWEKTHEA KT, In Your Wath t We can do it loi j on iu the beit or Style. WATTS Sc "WA.r-L"X'fc5, GOLDSBORO. N. C GOOD TIME TO BUY. IT CERTAIN LY LOOKS LIKE THE MARKET HAD Struck Bottom on Sugar and Flour. My Stock embraces almost any thing you may waut. MY PRICES, quality considered, Are as Low as Sumo Goods CAN BE BOUGHT ANYWHERE. MY (iOODS ARE BOUGHT RIGHT. And I will make it to your interest to trade with me. Give me a call and see if I can not do a little better for you than you have been doing elsewhere. Respectfully, I. B. F0WUIELLE, WALNUT STREET. GOLDSBORO, N. tion Recent forest bream sections of Wisconsin and Minnesota destroyed 11 "i- . 1 rf Reiiilinir notices will tie inserted in tins wuoie wmmuuiun, ou ,iu.....io. oiuiiui for ao cents per line for each inser- peoole were rendered homeless and many lives were lost. 1 lie all lerm ot Littleton r ema.e 1ersou countv People's party C011- College, one of our most prosperous vention wa3 at Uoxboro Monday, and successful Institutions for the aI1j a'f uu ticket was nominated. The higher edueatiou of young ladies, convention was large and harmoni will begin Sept. the oth, and a f till fous. Dr. Merritt was endorsed tor attendance is expected. The health Congress. .f tl.n I'.ll.ifro vpar w:is remark vi i ii v . .....vw ..... ' ' i . , ri, ..i.i i Ti..., . ,-ions The cotton crop in the valley of the .ioiy -"' ...... ... l . 1 .1 1 OA ,, i t:. ... .MISSISSIPPI lias oeen iiaiuaiico s.o sicKiiess ai an uuriu me euLnc , , . .. . , , i.,.i.i:., .ii! ( A,r. 'J::-:u. ler cent- u. U11K,U . ri,sl' lie, caused by excessive and contin uous rains. WHEAT FERTILIZERS. A large number of the schools Wanted, good .responsible agents Am collegs of the State, opened this in every neighborhood to sell a well week. The prospect for a large at- known and popular Wheat Guano, tendance at all of them is bright. For ro-ices. terms. &e. . address Wu t t ams a Ci 1CI- Pppt Pn The wite ot Congressman i. r. .. ............. w......, , No. 81 Fulton St., New York. (idy fler. me neai " Au"1 U Ot. iaec iaoi The convention for development Prescriptions, used successfully ()f southern industries was held in for over 20 years in practice, are Washington, D. C, last week now offered to the public Wevher's Diarrhcea Mixture, for Ueavy Robbery at Asheboro " I 1 TT r ITT .1 f k -1 1 Summer Diarrhea, Cholera Morbus, JJr. J. At. worm, oi Asueooro, a i,c..ntv .-.n ,r. wealthy and well known citizen, was ii- i , -. , j . n i. visiteu - ov Liiicvca jiuiiuav huik v eyher's Fever and Ague Pills for J . , J , , all malarial disorders, as ague, chills, lobbejof 05 50( in cash and $15,- iiiiermineni levers. 00 cis. per 001- ()0() of notes auJ bonds. The roo tle, bfirv was eoni miffed bv two nePTO Weyher's Liver Pills for constipa- nien, one named Main, was ippre- tion, headache, biliousness, &c. 25 heuded and jailed while the other is cents per bottle. s ill at lai'6. Full directions on every package Direct vour orders to Jir. o. u. orimn, ine sxaucner anu I j 1.11.1...!... T)v v P WirvHFR conrecuouer, in uoiasooro, maae an Kinston N C. assignment luesuay to 1j. j. ooutn- June 7 3mos. I erland, liabilities $3,600. The People's party of Halifax Co, are requested to assemble in con vention 111 the town of Halifax on September the 14th 1S!)L By or der of county Ex. Com. W. E. Mowers, Chairman Ex. Com W. M. Martin, Secretary. Let There Be Light on packing house methods of lard rendei ing, and there will be less lard used. Many people realize that it is impossible now-a-days to procure old-fashioned leaf lard. They demand something better than the modem stock-yards product. COTTOLENE cr The New Vegetable Shortening fully supplies that demand. It is clean, delicate, healthful and eco nomical. Ask your grocer for the genuine Cottolene. Made only ty N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. THE LEADING GOLDSBORO. - - STEEL, RANGES. These Ranges are the most com ph te, convenient and durable app; ratus that has ever been invented. LATEST Tt is manufactured out of malleable IMPROVED STYLE iron and cold rolled wrought steel, consequently it will stand heat and hard usage without the slightest dan ger of breakage. F01 bakiug they cannot be excelled, as the oven is air tight and the fires circulated all around it, heating all sides equally ; it also has a governor whereby the heat can be regulated so as to oaKe quick or slow. Below are a few of the many testi- No. 64. lniin 1 -.t ,.1,57? 3 $TEEL C&MILY Made almost WHOLLY Of MALLEABL IRON and WROUCHT STEE OVER 230,000NCW IN ACTUAL USE. monials of some of the best citizens Th8 Ranpe i, sold only BY OUR travel INC SALESMAN from ourown wagons of South Carolina, Florida and this throughout the country. State. WROUCHT IRON RANCE CO., Sole Manufacturers. ST. lOlJIS. MC Washington, N. C, May 20, '94. We, the undersigned citizens, most cheerfully recommend our Home Comfort St-.el Range, which are un doubtedly the most durable stoves that have ever been sold here. They are models of neatness and conveni ences, use very little fuel, draw splendidly, heat quickly, but thtow out very little heat in the room ; sup plv an abundance of hot water, and are the quickest and most perfect bakers we ever saw. BEAUFORT COUNTY. Jas. W. Hodges, Sam Hodges, Ash ley Ball, J. G. Latham, Ben Brady, D Bavnor, H. H. Waters, R. P. Ful ford, Levy Stubbs, W. M. voolard, Jos. Edwards, R. D. Wall, Jro. T. Gaylord, Mrs. H. Gay lord, J. P. Archable, H. D. Satterthwaite, H. II. Hill, R. Brynn, J. L. Patchiff. PITT COUNTY. J. J. Laugh in ghouse, W. E. Proc tor, W. H. Galloway, J. B. Gallo way, H. M. Jones, Geo. E. Little, J. A. K. Tucker, B. F. Patrick. Bennettsyille, S. C December 1, "9:. We, the undersigned citizens of Marlboio county, each bought one of the Wrought Iron Ranges sold here ten years ago, and have just re placed them with a New Home Com fort Steel Range, which from their construction and the material used we feel confident will last thre times as long as the old ones, and besides they have many more con veniences : Thos. Adams, WT. B. Odotn, Peter T. Smith, George Ballard, S. R. Bar rington, Sirs. Lucv (rood win. A. B Covington, J. H. Smith, Harris Odom, Eli Chavis, KingOdom, Elial Chavis. Do U Know "Yha cheapest place Jo buy groceries h At Bizzkll'Bkos, &Co Pounds of glue Scientists tell us that there aro 10 in every man's body. Wo intend to STICK to the low prices at which we are ReM- itig goods, if it uses up our entire supply. We don't know what but we have it. It is in OUR STORE. Come to see uh and you shall have it at a price that will make you Btick to us. GROCERS, - - N. C. Ill - m f 1 . :M 53 . r. it - 2 C . s. e t f t3 a 5 T 2 ?t?5 r"2 5" 5 E". - 5 v T5 cr ft 2 e- ? 2 - S g - j t X x a ? C A. J. Harrell & Son, (On Walnut Street, at the Centen nial Pump,) Goldsboro, N. C. Feb. 1-lv. HOW TO MAKE MONEY IS EXPLAINED BELOW. .lust Look : l!, 000 yards pants eloth 1) to W'w. a yard, 1,000 yards calico .rc. and up, 1,000 yards ginghams 5c. and up, heavy checked and white homespun only .V., bed ticking 1 to I.V., best satteen !e., Bedford cord Cheviots, Lorose's muslin ap4 bleachiig, and lota of notions t low, umbrellas od to $1.2o, hats 33 to $1.2.1. Shoes, Shoes WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW Every pair warranted all leather ; women s '.lOc. to men yoc. to X k 5' 5 5- 2. .fJ.'Jo, children's 'J." to $l.f5; pants & X UUe. to 2.50, trunks l.r to $2.25: W.L.Douclas AM MIIAP lTHt IE8T. Oriwfc NOSQUEAKINd, f 5. CORDOVAS, FRENCH&EMAMELLEDCALT. 4.$3 5? FINE CALF &KWGA!C1 3.5P P0LICE.3 SOLES. 2.tl.7-5 Boys'SchcolShoei LADIES SENO FOR CATALOGUE WL'DCUOf.AS, BROCKTON. MASS. Voa can :ive "-niifT by parcbiui VV. I" Bcau-, vr- are t.ie hapt mamifanreT of advTn-c 1 ,.. in the v.orM, end guarantee the va'-.e I v s,t -.wing ttie name and price on the bouom'. h protects you against bign ?aual cus-.-m work in style, easy fitting and w "a rin -.alitirs. We bave them K.M every where at L.wer pncea for the value cven than My "her make" Tate uo subsl.tule If your dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by HOOD & BRITT, GOLDSBORO, X. C. THOS. PERRITT, FA1S0N, AN. C. ZEE- T- THJNL, MT. OLIVE. N. 0. almost all kinds of groceries, rice 5e., vinegar 2'J:., coffee 20c, big cut in flour, one ear load very cheap, from $'2.75 to $:.50 per barrel ; snuff from .'JO to 40c. pr lb; headquarters for Tobacco . 500 lbs Lucile25cts, crown head, 400 lbs at 25c, 1,000 lbs differ ent kinds from l' to GOc. a lb. Lota of other goods too numerous to men tion. This stock must be sold by September 1st, regardless of profit ; give me a call and bo convinced. El L. Eifflnnisoii & Bro., THE HUSTLERS, Goldsboro, - - - North Carolina. Maxwell & McGee ! POSITIONS GUARANTEED nnder reasonable conditions. Oar FREE 96 pas8 We are using a Home Comfort catalogue w.U eipUm wn, we n aiiora a. Steel Range and find it to be all that DfttypHM S PraCtlCll BUSIDCSS College, is claimed for it by its salesmen. It. NASHVILLE, TENN. C Write for catalogue. J bakes perfectly, require less wood,' Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship Tete- , , K .V- .- eraon. We spend more money m llic interest oi and does everything in a moiV SHtlS- ur EmploymentUepartment than half the Bnsrnes, tactory manner tnau any range 01 colleges take m as tuition, a mm7 ""tr,:,u. - - - ... ........ I . . 1 . M.191 .1 1 . m hcgb. C'". I ";'. Uvv;:- . . COMMISSION' MER(IIATS AND SHIPPERS of CO UNTR 7 PROD UCS ALSO DEALERS IN GROCERIES, BUILD I NO LIME, OUAXO, ETC. fP"Kerosene Oil a Specialty we keep the best made. Be snre to see our "Paragon Oil Can," the greatest novelty and convenience ont. MAXWELL & McGEE, Goldsboro. N. C. stove we have ever seen . We think K f? S SSTJirtAZ ir. no vacation; enter any time. Cheap Bori. We hay. receuUy prepared books especially adapted to it well worth the price paid for it. A. P. BASK IN, State Sec'v Florida Alliance. G. B. COLLINS, State Lecturer Florida Alliance. unUF STUDY. Sent on 60 day" Write n$ and explain 'iolr waStl" N. B.-We pay $5. cash for all va cancies as book-keepers, stenographers, f Clerks, etc, reported to us, provided we 61! same. A GRAND DISCOVERY I WASTK I. A Iiki man or wtnn la m) eoui.t when we hmre ihA elmiilv g.curid a rep mrnt live Iu ell our -Keaeli Mtlver" Hlil.llk yi:Ttl. Ktitvew. fcT'irkiand huurm. Ui t wtiM.-r.t li4 metl wnrte Bfilverj a into to I vettroll; rwrtil.-el to w.M a lifetime j eoot . .lwt.J.nihtkslrrflilvm tile rliamw of O HfO- I : lime: iifrnta a eee.ee trorn f.taw per wrel. ana t . .1 h khAv Mlea overvwhere. ao ereat la m I demand tor uur 8olid Metol Uoixla. Ow na M il- J I linn ItoUan' worta in oat it mm. i.a ot p i Pa-oc Addreas Klmairfairat Wilverwa