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( r' i V A lb Goldsboro S'taiv BATU RDAY, JAN. 21; 1882.? - j The streets of Goldsboro are well cai'.j potcd with mud at present. I ' " ; f ( ?; 'lie Grand Lodge of tho" Order of Knights of Pythias will meat at Ooldboro ootbe 14th of February. MFrof. Pharazvn, Maglolan, will appear at the Opsra Tlonse on " Monday night aVxt. , ' I Mr. 8. L. Nelson, undor the Stab offloe, Aeps constantly on lined tha finest brands , North Carolina whiskies, brandies and pines. -. '.' : ' pr. w H. .Moore has, cored .'iWionft nasns of anrnfola nfnoA he soveral located in New Berne that I was an oyo-witness I: fo. -P. IT., Wiggins. : An extra seBsion of the Wayne Superior (Upurt will convone on the Oth of Febru ary. Nothing bat civil cases will be tried . at this court. We are informed that Dr. W. II. Moore, of New Berne, says that ho can enre the, worst case of small-pox In 10 days with his special remedies. Prof. Ruvnett, Honth of Asher Edwards, has ono of the neatest barber shops in the place, and any one desiring a first-class shavo, hair-cut; or uhampoo. should give him a coll. With mnoh regret, wo Announce in this issue of the Stab, the doath of Mrs. S. T. Hook, wifo of Mr. Troy ITooks. This lady was stricken with paralysis on Satur day night Inst, afld soon afterwards died. We ere informed that one II. L. Grant EXP. M., will soon commence editing and publihing a weakly newspaper here. We predict that it will be short lived , and die a spasmodic death. - lias Ool. Wassomoltho Goldsboro "Star' jkrgotton the chaie of the "wild duck" at if7 L'eanfort and the stormy, passage across V hfl sound? filar of 7Aon A ; . No, Rro. Ric'aardson, dem ducks were seasonable too. Fourflrsr class trowpaa are booked for .liivtna ihn month Of r""""l,"" "'" "-a ' f obnfary the Oliver Dond Uyroa Com Jh'nation, on. the 1st; Geo. II. Adams : iiuuiivjF Asuuijiijr, uu lug , - "Banker's Daughter," on the Kith, and Col Robinson's Ilnuij-ty Dampty troupe, on the 18th. ' ; Dr. W. II. Moore's jowerful medioines tlio Tree of Life, iLiver and Kidney Tills, Willing Salve nno 0. K. Liniment- have gained a wide a prend reputation. All persons who desire, to try these medicines, cau prooo re thorn by ap rilyina to, or address in Dr. W. II. Mooio, New Home, N. J. , , Mrs. It. E, Harris, w1 io is now' Matron of the Colorod Insane Asylum at this place, has been cleote.I by the Board of Trustees of the Colored Deaf and Dumb and Mind Asylum at ii aleigh ns Matron r,d House-keeper. Mi .u. Harris has had xnauy yours of experia ace, and is a lady rare exeoutive abilil.y. Dissoi.utiou op I'AETSEasnir. The firm of Blackmail & Walker, barbers, auve, by mntnal consaut, dissolved part nersliip. The bnsinesii will hearafter be carried on at the old plfcce by Mr. Black- nun, and Mr. Walker will bo engaged at a salary. Mr. Blakcman roturns thanks for past favors, and hopes to merit n con- bis many oustouiors. Baaafort correspondent to the ltal- in speaking of the 18 th scs- North Carolina Annual Con- wcnno or the A. M. ii. zion unnrco, iajs : ' "Kearly all of the lnlnifcters were $ire ent, and they Ihjvo worked hard the ' Hut year for the npi)riiing or toe King suitf of God." '0 (Wonder if the corres ffiondent will acense the printer of chang- TiSg his language? Here is a chanco for a s :, dog fight or afancral. ' . ; v- ; , yfpw Bebnk; N. O.; Jan. 11 til, 18t 2. '. 'Aiis Is to certify that I have boen snfl'er "Ing kr 2(1 y oars with a largo wen on the . back my neck, And during that ( period , vf I wasnaMe to kneel down to pay my prayers J called on .Dr. ,WIL Moore, who performed a most wonderful, but gradual operation, and in loss than J0 days I was entirely relieved. Mrs. Eu'abeth Canaday. Witness : P. H. Wiggins. 'V'.:. - ; - , . . We were phased to meet in onr office : on jTueiday (if this weok,' Hon. John II. : ' Whtteman, o Wilmington.-' Mr. W. is traveling in tli interest of the Pout, and -' we hope he wllladd thousands to the list of this valuable aper. . Thai W Is the ' only ont-epoken japer in the Stalo, and every true Kepub!canwhiteor colored ' should road it. II there is any zealous membar of the lUpnblican party wht doos not take the we advise him to labscribe at ruce. MISTAKEN FOE A MINISTER. 'Ah Arkansas paper tells a story on John A. Meeks. a traveling j man for Weil & Bra, of St. Louis. ;i0 bad iusfc sronno.l rtt a train at a small town in the southern pait .Of the State, Whpn ho Was accosted - by a countryman,; who asked, dotgrentiallv, "What ia your name, please 1" f j ; Meeks." uoii, orotlier Meeks. l am Here With a Anrinp wavon. and anv at your service. ; Are yon ready to go now T Hfhero Is your baggage V Meeks did not ques tion the man who had addressed him, supposing him to be a mer chant of the village not far dis tant. LTe had been wondering if any means of transportation would be within reach, and considered himself fortunate in securing a spring wagon. The trip to the village was mainly characterized by silence. The driver made one or two allusions to religious mat ters, which Meeks answered la conically. When the spring wagon arrived at too village Meeks was driven, to the residence of a prom inent citizen, Mr. (leorge Young, where an rxcellent supper was waiting. M r. Young and his family were delighted to see the young man. Young laughingly alluded to the largofcrunks of his guest, remarking that the old sad-die-bag days were over. Meeks smiled over a turkey-bone and affa bly .agreed with his host. Alter Bup. per the party repaired to the par lor, whore miscellaneous conver sation, tempered by a religious tone, was engaged in. Finally Mr. Young gave Mr. Meeks the Bible, aud requested him to read a certain chaptei, which the young man did. Then Young clearing his throat at one of his . children and nodding at another, re marked : "Brother Meggs, lead us'in prayer." -Meggs, the deuce r exclaimed Meekp. "My name is not Meggs. What in the thunder does all this mean f I am a St- Louis drum mer.'' What !" exclaimed Young ; are you not the man w no was sent here to prp;h for us to morrow i ' I am tjent here , to sell you goods, but hanged if I'll preach for anybody." A rap at the door interrupted the conversation. A young man, fatigued and muddy, entered and introduced himself as Preacher Meggs. The mistake was then explained. The , driver of the spring-wagon had taken the wrong man. Poor Meggs 'hoofed it seven miles. . TRY 'A BOTTLE OF Cherokee Cough Cure, Tim very (hiiifr. Every tiottle sell another. It reoiumends Itself. Prion its cunls. To he liad Hi all drug stores. Ad dres MUM. HUK NKLSON. .' joldsl)oro, N . C. . Sf evens Peacock, Manufacturers of ' MASONIC AND SAMA1UTANS It o g 1 i rv st . For Price List, address STEVENg A PEACOCK, : nt " : Goldsboro, N. C. Jan. 21. W. S. O'U. KOBINSON, Pructiees In all the courts of the fetate and In the U. H. Ulstriot Court. OHlce. rem1 of Uraiuger & Bryan's office,' Qoldstioro, Si. C. 1 Great Enterprise; PROF. W. E. BURNETT has opened a firet-flas ' ' -. . one door south of Asher Edwards, where he will lie pieced to ne his friends and the public generally, He guarantees satisfac tion la . . shaving, . : : HAlIiCUTTINOjrfc. " Thanking the public for past favors, and liy strict attention to nusinesM lioptn to merit continuance of the same, ' OctM-ly. i NEWGEOCERY W.B. BAKI-R, . DUDUSV.X.ci, Keeps on hand , a very largo assortment of -v - '. of all klntH of ; - . . . .' and sells litem at the very loweHt njuies. Call and see for yourself. JTov. 12-ly. ' ' , STI WILMINGTON, N. C. The advocate of EQUAL RIGHTS be. fore the Law, at the BALLOT BOX, and in the patronage of the Government FOR ALL MEN REGARDLESS OF COLOR. The advooate of LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT. In favor of a FREE BALLOT and a FAIR COUNT. It Opposes Monopolies. Believing it to be the duty of the United States Government to skb that the children of the'whole country are THOROUGHLY EDUCATED. Therefore the POST will advovocate a NATIONAL t Educational Law. The POST will be INDEPENDENT AS TO MEN, but Willi a' ways stand by Ibe prinoipb i of the GLORIOUS . ,01il Republican Party: . rrica only $2 00 PER ANN UM; for SIX MONTHS, .$ 1.00. ; XTVxtx XV OM.xiAclA.3r, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, , ; . VVILTIINGION, N. 0. 4 ' Prof. Moore's Tree df Life is a purely vegetable compound, remarkable for cleansing the system, purifying the blood, removing fever, hotoess of the skin and giving relief to all diseases of the body or system. For sale by Aoy Eiira, West Centre Street, Goldsboro. o THE USUAL RE3ULT! It is not to be denied that a good sewincr jnaaohine is one of the most important appurtenances of the modern household. . We thought we had a good machine in our household until one day the agent of the New Home presented himself at onr door aud proceeded to deliver an oration upon its characteristic merits. "Rut," we answeied, "our machine serves us nicely and suits ua well,, and we do not care for another.", . The agent, however, was persistent, and finally hogged the privilege of leav ing one of his machines with us, "for the ladies to try." . , - . - ' r Therequent was not unreasonable, so we granted it but more to oblige the agent than anything else; for we really did not want the machine, and had not he remotest idea or bnying it. The machine once in the house, it was natural that the ladies should look it over, They did so, and as a consequence fell in love with it. They say that without the slightest wish to' decry or disparge any other machine, this, all things consid ered, is, in their opinon, the most do- airaoie one to be bad. The upshot of the whole matter was that the old machine was disposed of, ana the Light Running New Home in tailed into onr household a very fair and satisfactory arrangement being made witn tne agent. It is pronounced a Genuine beauty and a real comfort, and our folks wa nted ns to tell other folks about it. This unrivalled machine is manufac tured by JOHNSON, CLARK A CO., .'10 Union Square, New York, who wish m to say that all who will send for their new illustrated catalogue and enclose their advertisement (printed on another page), will receive a set of fancy advertising novelties, of value to those Collecting cards, etc The following ia from Johu II. Murray, of Cumberland connty : I was troubled with pleurisy for a year or more, and also with pain in my arms; could get nothing to give me ease nutii I procured one bottle of W. II. Moore's Liniment, and ono bottle entirely relieved me. It ia the best remedy for pains ot that kind I ever used. Prnf. Mootb'r liver. Kldnev and Con sumption Pills, are guaranteed to cure any disorder arising irora a uisoruerea state of the vital organs, or contracted bvft malarious condition of the atmos phere. For sale bv Acv Exim. West Centre Stroot, Goldsboro, N. C. H. M. STROUSE, ODD FELLOWS' CORNER STORE, -SAYS- !Ie can and will Hell (looris Cheaper than Any House r,"I have now an immense STOCK of New TPsill GOODS .''. Consisting Of DRY GOGDS, CLOTH I NO, . BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, V TRUNKS, (JARPETS And iu ' fact, everything kept in a ' FIRST CLASS 8TORK. ' You are respectfully iuviioil to cull he fore purchrsing. XX, 3VT. STllOUSE. Odd Fellows' Hall, Cor' Storej LIFE OF Those desiring to purchase a valuable book containing the llfo and labors o Ji. A.UARKIELI) should call on , ,11. M. C. DANIEL, ' Sole' Agent"., OR FALLING SICKNESS Permanently cured no humbug by on; month's usage of DR. GOULAKD'H Celn prated Fit Powders. To convince suffereor that these powders will do all we claim fd, them we will send them by mall, post pally a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard Is the on a physician that has ever made this disease special study, and as to our knowledgy thousands have been permanently cured be the use of these powders, we will guaranten a permanent cure in every case or refund you all the money expended. AU sufferer should give these powders an early trial, and be convinced ot their curative powers. rice for large box, S3 or tour boxes for 110, sent by mail to any part of the United (States or Canada on receipt of price, or by express, C, 0. 1). Address, ASE & BOBBINS, - c3G0 Falton Btreet. Brooklyn, N. Y Ooxa-vuatxtlox ' ' POSITIVELY Op RED. At Batterers from this disease that r anxious to be cured should try Dr. KUaner's , Celebrated Consumptive powders. These ' powders are the only preparation known that will cure consumption aud all diseases of the Throat and Lungs Indeed, so;' strong is our faith In them, and also to con vince you that thev are no humbug, we will .forward io every sufferer, by mall, post paid, a free Trial Box. wa don't want your ox. our money until you are perfectly satisfied of their curative powers. If your life Is worth saving, don't delay io giving those powders a trial, as they will surely cure you. vrio. tnr lnrire box. S3, sent to any part of the United Mates or Canda, by mall, on re ceipt of price. Address. ASH & iJOBBINS, 3G0 Falton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tlao aoldsboro0tr GOLDSBORO, N. C. TUB ADVOCATE OF EQUAL RIGHTS BEFORE THE LAW, AT THE BALLOT BOX, AND IN THE PATRONGAE OF -THE Government, 'or Milieu Regardle of Color The Advocate of iOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT n Favor of a Free Ballot and a FAIR COUNT. ; Brlievlos it to be the duty of the United States Government to see that the children of the whole country are THOROUGHLY EDUCATED IT OPPOSES MONOPOLIES. Therefore the STAR will advocate a NATIONAL Educational Law. Tne STAR Willi Advocate no Mhu'h Claims for office on Account of Color, but will reflect the the principles of the REPUBLICAN PARTY. Price only $L00 per annum; six months, oO cents; three sionts, uO cent. THE MOST POPULAR ocaLl. V SEWING MACHINES, 1.4 tM nrvrifVn..N wni Ir r M L7STA -iT LIFETIMES SURPA55ESjyOTHLHS JoliisoiiWaT,K&Bo. 30 UNION SQ.NEW YORK Chicago ill. -- 1 r j jy ii I "Stlmr 19 f 41 WW V.P 3 'utaB.! -4 .V4.