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A Bl-Weekly Paper, published in tho Interest of the Republican Party. CKEJO. T. WASSOM, ' EDITOR AND PBOPBDSTOB. RATES OF ADVERTISING, , PAT1XLI IN ADVAM01, One square, one Insertion...........,.,.! 50 One square, tiro insertions 1.00 One square, three insertions... 1.25 One square, on mouth 3.00 One square, three months.. 6.00 One square, six months., 9.00 One square, twelve months 10.00 For larger advertising liberal contracts will be made. NOTES ABOUT HAMES. Some olithe Peculiar Patronymics Recently I ; i Hoted In the Newspapers. Bearup & Oarraher are gas-fitters in Grand street, near East river. Christian Angel has been arrested at Detroit lor refusing to support his family, and Christian Whuson for burglary. Mr. and Mrs. Recompense Sherry Murphy have just oelebrated thtrir golden wedding at Sandy Springs, Adams county,' 0. 1 Mr. Kansas Nebraska Bill was mar ried recently at Saybrook, Conn. Mr. Bill was born in the time of the Kansas-Nebraska excitement, about 1853 or 1854, when the Kansas-Nebraska bill was everywhere disonssed, and his father, James A. Bill, of Lyme, named him Kansas Nebraska. He has a brother, ' Leoompton Constitution Bill, and an other, Jefferson Davis Bill, has just been graduated at Eastern college. Mioheal Sir Sheppard lives at Ilford, England. When his mother was bidden, "Name this child,"she courtesied and re plied : "Miohael, sir," and Michael Sir it was. An old Irish song records a parallel case, when a dog, answering to the name "Dinnis," was making himself too busy at the christening, and had to be checked by the mother, with the jesult described : 1 ; . . . "What's his namo," says the priest ; "Down Dennis," says she : So Down Dennis Bulgruddery they christened . " me. - - !-:.''. . ' . , ' - Doctor Willard Bliss is the name of Dr. D. W. Bliss, who attended Presi dent Garfield. He was so christened after Dr. Willard, who presided at his birth at Auburn nearly fifty years ago. The Bev. Ebenezer Bholanath Bhose has been appointed curate of St. Andrew's, Bethnalgreen, London. The Bev. William .Napoleon Barley corn has been sent to Fernando Po as a missionary by the English Primitive Methodists.1 i- (. Mr. Arthur Wellington Waterloo is an ex-army surgeon in England. . - Mr. Eldersley Clinton Dorlard de Clements keeps a laundry at Detroit. Messrs. Nova Zembla and Adaman tine Johnson are residents oi at. Atoms, Mo. , . Miss Mary Germanic Vanderbilt Phil lips was christened on the Germanio in May last, receiving a $300 purse from the passengers, and Mr. Vanderbilt standing sponsor also for her mother's bill at the New Yofk Hospital a rival of Miss Circassia Wray Barrett, of the Anchor line. Mr. Hieronymous Popp, of Brighton, Mass., recently popped his knife through the cheek of an anonymous fellow-resident Miss Pauline Castle Garden, aged two and a-half, was picked up in the rotunda on the night of the 1th of July, named by Superintendent Jackson and Bent to the refuge on Ward's Island. Master Endymion Garfield Chester was recently christened at Milwaukee, Wis. Six names were put in a hat and his parents drew two. Misses Calla and BoseBndd are the daughters of Mr. Charles Budd, of Carthage, in this State. . . ,y Miss Mazin Grace Brooks is a resi dent of Kansas, City, Mo., her pious mother having named her (by ear) out of the hymn book ; " 'Mazin grace, how tweet the sound I" ' s. Dr.' Theodore Ledyard, of this city, ' Ufled,,W ,be 'Dr. Theodore Ledyard flmitfl Vint , rkVtt.aa'njvl navmiaainn fvftm the Court of Common Pleas to drop the last name. He gave as a reason that "it is his ambition; and hope to become ' toaster of his profession,', and to build op and establish a distinct individuality in his practice, and he fear that because of the great number of doctors named Smith that name will hinder him in his object": ? ' v J Mr. Charles Oliver Brewster Brook way of Chicago, was recently allowed to drop the " Brockway.", His mother through . gratitude to a Dr. Charles Olivor Brewster, who had cured her of 'a painful malady, christened her child After him. The young man, however, complained that tnis "concatenated name cannot be spoken without great labor of speech and great use of time, nor can it .be written without uncom mon knowledge and skill in English literature.''.' 'l . ,j I ' The late Mr. Lewis Hamilton,' of - Kentucky, left five ohildren ; Mr. Lon don Judge Hamilton, Master Southern .Soil .Hamilton, and Misses Avenue Belle, China Figure and Hebrew f Fashion Hamilton. Fmo York World. .' 1 : . Atf Affectlonato Bemeubrance. . WTt Bli kit t'irat , O " V VUMVI JVM 01 me wmie J am away r asked a fash- ionable Austin young gentleman of hit intended.' ;r,Wim'i-'.t '. , . h "Do you want to get 1 me something i that will always make me think of you, wbenlloekatitf ' 5; ' "Then buy me a monkey to play with.' ImTexas Sittings. , , 4 """"''"' ): ' '" About Pies. .. " t fli a American cit- tzen upon his pie is quite touching. Tim omnnnt Annonmnrl if nronorlV 8J Auu nuavwuv i , -- i r - V ranged with reference to statistical dys pepsia, would prooaoiy exoeeaiue uvi fimrres which reformers love to cite in regard to the effect of tobacco and liquors. tTom zu.uuu 10 80,000 pies are daily sold in the city of KavYnrlr nlnno. Mnltinlied bv fifty. the ratio of he population of New York city 10 inai oi mo . uuueu ouavoo, wniil Arincni1 that over a million and a half of pies are eaten every day by the people of the United states, mis aoes not include the pies made by private families and large hotels in New York ; so that it is safe to say that at least a third of a pie or a pie every three days is eaten by every family in the land. One curious feature is that during times of publio excitement people do not et as much as usual. One of the pie man ufacturers says that during tbe illness of President Garfield, especially at the time of his assassination and the day of his death, including, also, the days of great suspense, the business of pie eating and pie-buying fell off very seri ously. The same is true of eleotion times. Pumpkin pie is going out of fashion, being superseded by apple and custard. ' The Chico (Cal.) Record tells this story : A couple of ChinameD, while fishing in the Sacramento' river near Chico landing, were attacked by a large snake, which coiled about one of them. The other Chinaman seized a hatohet and cut the monster to pieces. They proceeded to measure it, and, placing together tbe parts severed, it measured forty-three feet and seven inches, and was as large around as a man's leg. The New York Clipper lately cited tho case of Captain Jacob Schmidt, of Tomp kinsville, Staten Island, N. Y , who had been a great sufferer with rheumatism for mnny years. He used St. Jacobs Oil with splendid success. Being pursued by a bull a Michigan man had presence of mind to disoharge some tobaoco juice in the animal s eyes and thereby escaped death. Don't let anybody make you believe that tobacco is unhealthy. free Press. Prom the Atlanta (Ga.) Sunday Phono, graph: The editor of the Pikes County News has been cured of rheumatism by St. Jacobs Oil. Dr. .Heath has discovered on the Ben river in Bolivia, a bonanza of india rubber. The woods are full of it. and the 75,000 pounds produot of this year i1 t r irr wis . i . . ' wm reaon o.uw.uuu pouuas next. To ConaamptlTe. ' "Golden Medical Diaoovery " is a concentra ted, potent alterative, or blood-cleansing rem edy, that wins golden opinions from all who nse it ior any humor, from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to the formidable scrofulous swelling, or nloer. Internal fever, soreness and nloeration, yield to its benign in fluences. Consumption, which is but a soroni lous affection of the lungs, may, in ita early stages, be cured by a free use of this God-given remedy. See article on consumption and its treatment in Part III. of the World's Dispensary Dime Series of pamphlets, costs two stamps, postpaid. Address World's Dispensary Mediou Association, Buffalo, N. Y. TuEjast court dwarf in England wan a Ger man named Copporheim, retained by the Prin cess of Wales, the mother of George III. A Lndy Want to Know the latest Parisian style of drees and bonnet; a now way to arrange tho hair. Millions are ex pended tor artificial appliances which only make conspicuous the faot that emaciation, nervous debility and female weakness exist. Dr. Pierce's " iavorite iTescnotion is sola under a posi tive guarantee, if used as directed, art can be dispensed with. It overcomes those diseases peculiar to females. By druggists. In 1814 a patent was granted John ' obbe. that by the art of philosophy he might transmit iiuptjuwii uieiiua iuvu guiu uuu uvr. What's aved l Gained. Workingraen will economize by employing Dr. Pierce's medicines. His " Pleasant Purga tive Pellets" and "Golden Medical Discovery" cleanse the blood and system, thus preventing fever and other serious diseases, curing all scrof ulous and other humors. Bold by druggists. Improve the wit you have bought at a dear rate, and the wisdom you have gaiqed by sad experience. Wbiit the Director Said. A Boston reporter, while in the office of the New York and Boston Despatch Express Com pany, had a conversation with Mr. B. XLarabee, one of the direotors of the company, who gave the following personal experience: A little over a year ago I was taken sick. I did not know what the trouble was, but I continued to grow worse, and my complaint baffled the skill of my doc tors. At last my symptoms developed into that terrible complaint, Bright's disease, which has been pronounced incurable by all physi cians. My sufferings at that time were un speakable. I was bloated from head to foot; my heart pained me; my pulse was irregular, and I was unable to breathe exoept in short convulsive gasps. While suffering thus I learned of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and although I had been given up to die by ;the prominent physicians of Boston, and they had told my friends I could not live a week, I resolved to try this remedy as a last re sort. I am rejoiced to say it has effected a per fect oure in my case, and with many of my friends, who have been afflioted with kidney troubles, either of long standing or hi their acute forms, and who, under my advice, have used this most wonderful remedy." Ir every person would be half as good as he expects his neighbor to be, what a heaven this world would be. . Indiokstion, dyspepsia, nervous prostration and all forms of general debility relieved by taking Mensman'b Peptonized Beet Tonic, tht only preparation of beef containing its entire nutritious properties. It contains blood-making, force-generating and life-sustaining properties ; is invaluable in all enfeebled conditions, whether the result of exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork, or acute disease, particularly ii resulting from pulmonary oomplaints. Caswell, Hazard Co., proprietors, New York. , The Scienoe of Life, or Belf-Preservation. a medical work for every man- young, middle aged or old. 125 invaluable prescriptions. Ho, ts Balobbads I There is Just one way, and no more, by which you may be cured use Caabolins, a deodorized extraot of petroleum. It will positively produce new hair; there is no substitute for this marvelous hair renewer. ' la a Mffularly recurring action of the bowols. Wltn tne flue periuriuimuo ui w iuunvii - . . 1 1 n .1 baImj. aJ. are unitea gooa aigeBuun, pure mu umo u. culation of the blood, and an adequate secre tion of healthy nue, wmon Beeue uw oonuuiw designed for it by nature. The performance of thou Mjnuratin fiinntinna. insuring Derma- nent health and vigor, may, if interrupted, speedily be renaerea aouve anu re(5uuu- wim that finest of modern restoratives of organio .t!.rit anA ironoml hfiolth FTnstflttor'H Stom ach Bitters. While it relaxes the bowels effect ually, It does so without pain, andwitoont giving rise to the violent, weakening reaction always to be anticipated from a drastlo purga tive. The drenching effeot, associated in the minds of many ill-advised persons with thor- . f I 1 F I 1 . A A! OUguneas as v essentia, u ruinous tu uio nm.flh mr,A fnfoat inAa nrirfLna ihli ATA. nn thA a.WU.mM. WIM U .WU1 .www i contrary, invigorated by the Bitters, wbioh is, moreover, a supero preventive ami reuieuy tui fAvAv .nil noiiA m.nt tnmTMi nnAnlfln for rhAn- matism, debility and kidney inactivity. li t. trmn Hnrinc nn in thn npishbnrhood of some truth; they grow round about it, and for the most part dome tneir strengtu irom sucn contiguity. ' , ' ; ' ' On Thirty Days' Trial. m,. vn.in Polt cv Mumlioll Mich., vill .U. IvIlWlvUH . . send their Eleotro-Voltaio Belts and other Elec- trio Applianoes on trial ror tmrty aays to any person afflioted with Nervous Debility, Lost Vioiit anil Irlnrlrnrl trmihlnfl. trnarautoeina' complete restoration of vigor and manhood. AQdress as aoove wnnou uemy. P. S.-No risk is inourred, as 30 days' trial Is allowed. Don't In thn Hoase. r? Ask Druggists for "Bough on Bats." It clears out rata, mice. 16c. .1 ABBATTY'8 PIANOPORTES.-Mamlflcsn hoi Way presents ; squire srsud plnof orte,f our very handsome round corners, rosewood cacs. three unisons. Bentty's matchless Iron frames, stool, book, cover, boxes, IV... j.73 to &.97-50; oatalogue prlcca, BO0 to llOOOi satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded, after one year's use-, Upilubf I'lnnoforte. f l't to '25t cata logue prices TOO to 10 s sta ndard pianofortes of I he.unt verse.aa thousands testify i write for mammoth Hat of tes timonials. Itnaity' Cnlilnet OIUJ A NS, cathedral, church, chapel, parlor, 30 upward. Visitors welcnmei free carriage meets paasenifersi Illustrated catalogue (holl- day edition) free. Address or call upon DANIEL P. BEATTY, Washisgtos, Sew Jsnsw. HOW TO SECURE HEALTH. It Is strange any one will suffer from derangement brought on by Impure blood, when SCOVILL'S SAKS A PA RILL A AND STILLINGIA.or BLOOD AND LIVE! SYUUP will restore health to the physical organization It is a strengthening syrup, pleasant to take, and the BES1 BLOOD PUR1F1EK ever discovered, curing Scrofula Syphilitic disorders, Weakness of the Kidneys, Erysipelas Malaria, Nervous disorders, Debility, Bilious complalnti rfnd Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, Stomach Skin, etc. Eiley'a Carbolic Troches prevent all conta gious diseases, such as Diphtheria, Scarlet fever, Whooping Cough, and cure Coughs and Colds Ploaaant to the taste and a Rood disinfectant. HOUSEHOLD ACCIDENTS. ed to induoa ik the publio to PiN., attempt the du- Usfiinll Inr surgeon, but, j merely n (Jiauo us ill ' renders of these papes in possession or a means Of treatment of the minor nenlrlnntf) nnntirrlmrrindviii the household, and which, while not dangerous In thcuisolves, are exceedingly annoying. Burns, bruises, scalds, sprains, etc., are prin cipal among these troublesome and annoying; occurences, and demand Immediate treatment with the bent means at hand. In the kitchen, the dining-hall. tho nursery and the sitting room they are liable to happen, and. Instead of loar ana alarm at mo signtor tne cut or nianhed flnpor, or bruised or burned arm, or scalded surface, a cool and quiet manner should be as sumed, and after washing away the blood, (if renulred ). the inlured parts should be drewsed with that moat valuable remedy St. Jacobs Oil. Its surprisingly quick relief, its cleansing properties, its tendency to quickly remove all inflammation, and its wondorful efficacy in tbe above as well as in all muscular and other pains, such as rheumatism, neuralgia, toothache, hoadache, stiffness of the joints, etc. these render Sr. Jacobs Oil pre-eminently the best externnl remedy now before the people; which claim is fully substantiated by the strongest kind of testimony from all classes of people. The value of human lifo Is so supremely impor tant that anything that tends to its prolonga tion is entitled to the highest consideration. Charles Nelson. Esq., proprietor Nelson House, Port Huron, Mich., says: "I suffered so with rheumatism that my arm withered, and physi cians could not help me. I was in despair of my life, whon some one advised me to try St. Jacobs Oii Idid so. and, as if by magic, I was Instantly relieved, and by the continued use of the Oil entirely cured. I thank heaven for having used this wonderful remedy, for Usavtd tnylift. It also enrod my wife." NIHU 51 PENSIONS JK.SS2E?S ehUdraa. Theaaait4f ytMtl4. FanaltMelvwa for low of tntrtr.tog y or nipta,varieoMTlaa or atMy VImom. Thonnands of paniionera and aoldlera en tilled to INCKKASE and BOUNTY. PATENTS procured for Innnton. Soldiers land warrant! procured, boaxhtaod sold. Soldier and heirs apply for yor rights at onee. Sends) stamp for' Th Oltliea-Soldler." and Peajloa. and Bonner lav. Blank and InakmntlAne w can refer to thousands of Pensioner and Client. Addrees N. W. FltiEeraldA Cp.Pcifdos ft It nun Att'ys, LoekTjsiws.ff uEineton, D. 3. Utory of England. r Bng. Uttratura, 1 I'm L jl erWnMie I 1'nianioToU. I lllmorol. handsomely II tttJotM doth; onljSS.OO' bound, for only lOcta. II Fi n. MANHATTAN BOOK 00, IS W. 14th St, N T. P.O. Boi 88Q? SIX i, .... . , i... - - -- i-ij't -'TS wkbkrn at a imnh ( belt a aiH ff "t Wlv kd,. u to TH1CKBN, STHtMUTUaN Bl tV rlLID. Snt ONLI SIX OSNTS tt Dr. 1. OONSA. Uk au NSTSR MTS t Dr. J. OOI Ui, Sea lew, Slim, Sua Semre at aU lHlm Hnrs mlHf i anrrw a IDOER 8 PASTILLES, frlcaUota.au luiuoe bymall. StowellAOo Morphine) nbUnrd In 10 toUOdity. N pity till C'nrevit. Dh. J. briti'HitN, Lobanon. Ohio. ps VTTiTCS vvrt. Oalataros tm. AaVanaa, 3T U XX CI Qreat fat On Wrta, ntubinli, fa, Jl SSI! ID 1 JJJJJ22Si5sMaiSaSIeS $5to $20r'ttffi THE G0LDSB0R0 Wt fL a ;f Uason & Hamlin and ' Do not buy of BEiTTI or MARSHALL A SMITH, but write to all others and oall on or write to us, and we will sell you BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY! r Pianos and Organs sold on Installment and Rental Flan. Prices Guaranteed. SALES AND WABEEOOMS,: - . Fuchtler & Kern's Old Stand, Three Doors South of Bank. Respeotfully, COLDSBORO, N. C. sel7-tf A SETTLED FAOT I L. EINSTEm 81 CO. HAVE THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, LW m M AND THE TVT TTi TiT in me city, ana au or A. OAIiLt IS SOIilOITED. Eospeotfully, ; sel7-4m FALL AND WINTEB 1881. JEW GOODS AT- EWSIL & BROS'. We art) receiving a splendid stock of Which we offer to the publio at Reasonable Prices. We keep tbe best of goods, and oharge lesi for them, in proportion, than shoddy goods can be bought for elsewhere. Giro us a call and examine oar new styles in DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES, Etc. ALSO A FINE LOT OF Carpets of Era? Sescriptioa JUST ARRIVED. H. WEIL & BROS., v 80, 82 and 84 West Center St., GOLDSDORO, N. C. aug204f MUSICAL HOUSE ! HANFF & SOtl rry the Largest Stock in the Bute, 5 LEADING MIKES tt PUIS AJTD THE WOBLS-BEMOWMSO PeloiiM & Co. Orgsas. itlftiailiBlfian'jrL S.TSt.-nrfnt at , (..ApiBiiisai"'! esr ui LW i MOST STILISH , ' ' ' ; TCT TT1 i wnicn tnev will seu verr low. SM , lu.ijni.ni... -"'i'v V- ' L. EINSTEIN & CO. GOLDSBOBO STEAM Furniture Factory, West Center Street. A. K0RB, Proprietor. When yon want a good article cheap oj .and examine my stock of Furniture before ajfing eisewnere. &u oraeri tuiea promptly i my!4-6m . HOORE & ROBIHSf, f 'V' UNDERTAR?- ' ' Manufacturers of a'9 1,1 BUGGIES, CIAGES Wagons. Et0- , . line of Rosewood and mrainmuomnsanauta Unrials at reason. t77" K oiau. vane. ath prepared 10 atV able prices. t I Baptist Churon. . Oppositf , my28-tf - '' FURNITURE OF ALL KINS. Carriage Mts- AND , .