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GODLBORO, N..O,. Ijooaxi TvmxKra, ' 'There la to be another maohine shop built In Goldsboro soun.;! ' r ( : , .v United States Clronit Court at Raleigh this week, Judge Bond and A. S. Seymour will preside. :,. Prof. W E. Barnett, ' of the Tonmial Bazaar, has just famished his plaoe of business with oil paintings. 'A Republican of the 8rd Congressional District has our thanks for communica tion in last week's Wilmington Post. ':. ' ... ;v There was quite an excitement in Oolds boro on Sunday the fita Inst. , over the ar rest of Mr. Thompson, of Wilmingtonr ( ' ..... j .;: ; x The "Wilson Nevt oomea to ns this week greatly reduced ' in size," but we hope the editors will make it- news? regardless of miniaturenesa appearanoe. This, is not a good year for Jumbos. ; - v; , ." ,. Edgecombe county, has indorsed L. W, Humphrey.' Lenoir eounty indorsed 0'. Hubbs. Wilson eounty indorsed Hon. O. W. Stanton. Halifax indorsod O'Hara. Warren will Indorse O'Hara to-day. We are In reoeipt of Vot. 1, No. 2, of the Smithfleld Serald. It is a six column paper and well gotten up. We wish its editors, Messrs. Lasslter, Booker and Smith much suooess in their new field of labor. We cheerfully piaoe it 'upon our exohange list. . The South dose not grow enough provisions for home use, despite the ad vance made in that direction. So far this season she has drawn on the North for Wheat to the value of $55,000,000; corn, $50,040,000, and provisions, $72000,000. Total, $177,000,000. The Republicans of Ooldsboro Town ship met at the town hall on June 3rd and elected the following delegates to the County Convention, which convenes on the 10th Inst : Hugh Humphrey, Isham Whitley and Nathan Boyett. Alternates, Hinton Suggs, Styben Daniel and Jno. Wright . , . .; , . . Hon. L. W. Humphrey, of Wayne, re ceived the indorsement of Edgecombe county. ' ' '- ' ' . . ' Hon. O. Hubbs was indorsed in Lenoir and Craven counties. .' Hon. J. E. O'Hara was indorsed by ao olamation in Halifax and Northampton counties. ' - ' The Republican State Convention con- vanes June 14th. Congressional Convention of the 2nd Distriot, convenes July 19th. Judicial Convention, seoond District, meet in Tarboro June 12th, to nominate a Judge and SoHoltor. - ' Wayne County Convention oonveneg June 10th. Mrs.Thompklns, theauntof Gen. Grant, who reoently died in in West Yir giaia, had a son who serve in the Confed erate army under Lee, and first met his cousin when Lee surrendered at Appo mattox. This son slnoe the war has been one of the, devoted followers of Gen. Grant and was numbertd 'among' the 809 at Ohjoago. There will be an excursion run from ft-rxMahtvi via Wi'lmi'nnrnn ' f rv aHKiovlnffA for the behalf t of the Good Samaritans, on the morning of the 18th of June, at 6 a. m. Fare for the round trip to Char lotte and return will be $5.00. Anyone desiring information on this subject should addres D. Morrisey or 8. P. Daniel, Ooldsboro, N. C. The grand 4th of July exoursion. from Smithfleld to New-Berne, and return next day. From Smithfleld, , $160 Golfisboro and Best's Station, - -1.00 LaGrange and Falling Creek, .' - 75 Kins ton, . - 60 Dover and Core Creek, , -s" 50 The -ain will leave Smithfleld at T:i 5 a. m. and Ooldsboro at 8:15 a. m. Return I ing, will leave behind" the mail on the morning of the 8th . r ; . . Hons. J. E. O'Hara, I. B. Abbott and Col. Geo. T. Wassom will address the people on that day. - " ' "' , WragTok, June i, '82, 'i Editor Star : We eleoted Dr. W. H. Wheeler and Hon. E. Limbook delegates to State Convention, and J. W. Goslin and J. Grubbs alternates.; "Passed a reso lution condemning Geo. B. Eveiett. Pro ceedings harmonious. Every township was represented. " ; J. ?. Hxxtuf. A?PO!HTMENTS Of REV. W. J. MOORE, FOR JUNE. ?rd and 4th KeyBville Circuit.. Vlthand 12th Leaohville " '" ". 17th and 18th Town Creek" " 1 24th and 25th Morrisvaie " " : r .-t- . EXCURSION TO CHARLOTTE!- -Monday Jane 19th, J382. OF the I. O. of G.S and D. btk Trains leave Charlotte Depot at Wil mington 4.80 P. M. on the 19th, and ar rive at Charlotte at 7-45 next morning. Tickets good for ono week. Fare for the round trip $ 8.00. H. C-Green, Aug. Wil liams and J. Holloway , vanagets Peesidino Eldxb's Appointments - Second DisiBioT.-Eenansville. March 18th: Duplin Roads. March 25tb: Kinston. April 1st; Newbern, April 8th; Goose Creek, April llthj Goidsborol ApiiP 15th; Wilson,, April 22d; Warrenton, May 6th; Ringwood, May 13th ; Brinklevville, May 20th; Northampton, May 27th; Halifax, June 3d; Nashville, June 10th; Riohland, June 17th. The brethren of the differ ent oirouits, stations and missions, will please have all their reports ready, so that we can proceed with the business o the Quarterly Conference. i ;' ' Rev. H.Epps. P.E. Devotional services of the A. M. E. Z. Church will be held as follows : ; Preaohing at eleven o'olook a. m., and half-past severrp.'tn.'eaoh Sabbath. Class meeting from half-past three to half-past four o'olook j preaohing may follow. . Preaohing eaoh Wednesday night at eight o'clock. Young people's prayer meeting ; each Thursday night at eight o'clock. ., Leaders' meeting Tuesday night before the first Sunday in eaoh month. Choir meets Monday and Friday nights. ' Sabbath school nine a. m., to ten o'clock and forty minutes a. m. Teachers' meeting each month, J. H. Mattocks, Pastor. OOLDSBORO NORMAL SCHOOL. , The first session of tbe Golden boro Normal School, for colored teachers, for the counties of Greene and Wayne, will begin on Tues day, the 13th Inst., at the Colored Graded School building, ' In this city, and cotinue four weeks. The following teachers have been selected and the annexed programme arranged : Prof. E. E. Smith, of the Golds boro Graded, School, Principal English Language, Calisthenics, Geography. Mrs. G. T. Wassom .Reading, History, (U. S ), History, (N. O.) .Mr. J. O. Stevens, of the Oolds boro Graded School Arithemetic, Orthography, Penmanship. Lectures, ou School Government will bo devered. AAong'the ; distinguished edu cators expected to lecture during the term are' Hon. K. P. Brttle President af the State University; Rev. H. M. Tapper, President of Shaw University; Hon. J. C. Scar boro, State Superintendent Public Instruction; Prof. N. R. .Roberts, of Shaw University, and Prof. W. 22. Harris, of St. Augustine Insti tute. It is expeoted that every colored teacher and person looking for ward to teach in the near future will be present- 1 ;-'; ,; .Ed. T- Albritton, Co. Supt. Greene. O. B. Aycock, Oo. Supt. Wayne. FORSYTH COUNTY CONVEN TION. ' . Pursuant to general notice pre viously given, tbe Republicans of Forsyth county met in convention, at tbe court house " in Winston, promptly at 1 o'clock, p. m., June 3d, 1882, to nominate delegates to the State Convention, to meet in -Raleigh June the 14th inst., and to reorganize -the party in the county. Judge LY H. Starbuck, Chairman, who, upon calling, the convention to order, preface his re marks by reading the call , issaed by the State Executive Committee, with the rules referred to in the plan of organization for theGovern ment of conventions. J. W. Goslen acted ao temporary Secretary,', The convention was ona of the largest ever held in the county, being a representative body in every re spect. Upoo a call of .townships every precinct presented cre dientials, except OJd Richmond. From Lewisville precinct two dele gations presented credentials, Tbe chairman then appointed as committee on credentials, one from each precinct, as follows: Jno. P. Vesf, Esq,, Chairman, Salem.1 -r-!oV'1 .ti.A.;:yjJ-u; C. P. Pope, Broadbay. L. H. Crntchfield, Bellow's Creek. ; , - p. 4. Stollz, Bethania, Geo. W. Elliot, Kernersville. Edgar Liaeback, Old Town. Eli W. Mallic'an, ,South Fork, i J. F. Grubbs, Salem Chapel. Geo. V. Wise, Winston. ' W. H. Goslen, Vienna. ' ; D. ,G Walker, Middle Fork. : 0. H. Williard, Abbott's Creek. Daring the absence of the com mittee J. Lindsay Patterson and Ohas. Teague, were called upon to address the convention. Both gentlemen made pertinent' and well timed" speeches, which were well received by the convention. John P. Vest, Esq., then re quested Mr.' J. Wi Goslen. to take the chair, and proceeded to offer the following resolutions : ' 1. That the Republicans' ot For syth county, in convention assem bled, it. common with all good aud patriotic citizens, do express their sincere and heartfelt regrets at tbe untimely death of our beloved President, James A. Garfield. 2. That we recognize in General Chester A- Arthor all trhe elements of character which tLe Chief Mag istrate of this nation should pos sess, his exalted worthf his patri otism, his unblemished character as a citizen, his- unalloyed devo tion to principal and frieuds de serve the highest encomiums; and we pledge our earnest support to his administration. 3. That we re-affirm our devo tion to the principles of the grand, old, Union .Republican party, the perpetuation ot which, the liberty of the citizen, the peace and pros perity of the country depend, and yve again cordially invite the co operation of aU those who are op posed to the rale of Bourbon De. mocracy to join as in oar effeorts to restore to the people the right of local government, the election of magistrates, county commis sioners and school committeemen. 4. That we condemn the ap pointment of Geo. B. Everitc as collector of internal revenue in this district, his inordinate egotism,his disgusting arrogance and want of common politeness towards those with whom he comes in contact deserves censure, and, in oar opin ion, his pretended affiliation with the republican party was only for office which was denied him by his former allies, the Democrats. We respectfally ask the President to remove him and appoint Dr. W. H. ; Wheeler, a true and tried re publican, who enjoys the respect and confidence of the people. , 5 That the Secretary be request ed to forward the proceedings of this convention toxthe President and to the following named news papers with a request that ' they publish i Goldsboro Star, States ville American, Wilmington'Pos and Union ttepnblican. " , The resolations were 'adopted without a dissenting vote. w. II. 133VIj2L3rXJi:ij, West Center St., rear of J. W. Edwards' Saloon, , .. DEALER N. . RAGS, BONES, SCRAP IRON OLD BRASS, . . , ; ; ' LEAD, , ;.V V, , . COPPER, AND JUNK GENERALLY. ,; PARKER & PETERSON, Desires to inform their friends and the pnb Mo that thpy can be found one door- west of Express Office, where they keen constantly on hand ,,;!,?,, , T , FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, : ! ' ' ,,,, c - VEGETABLES, ETC. f v which they, will be pleased to sell you at lowest cash prices. Kespectfnlly, ' PARKER & PETERSON. - - r -- - - : , TRY , a ;bojtle "of I (I Cherokee Cotiffii ; Oure ' The very thine.'1' Evanr' hnftin 1 menu another., ft. recommends Itself. Price 85 oents. To be had at all drag stores. Ad dress , , : , MRS. SDK NELSON, . N. B. STANLY, Keeps constantly on band a I .'go assorment of ' " " ' ' BURIAL CASES OF ALL KIXDSj &. N. E. of A. Day's old stand. ; ; ; Cures epilptio flts,' Bpam, Conynlisons, St. Vitus Dance, Virtigo, Hysterics, In san ity, Apoplexy, . f araiysls, iinenmatism, weuraicia. ana au nervous aiseaees. This infallable . remedy ; will positively radioato every epeoies of nervous derange ment, and drive them away from whenoe they came, never to return again. It utter ly destroys tee germs of disease by neu tralizing the hereditary taint or poison in the system, and thoroughly eradicates the disease, ana utterly destroys the cause. SAMARITAN NERVINE . Cnres Female, weakness, General Debility, Leucorrhoea, or whites, painful Menstrua tion, Ulceration of the uterus, , Internal Heat, Gravel, Inflammation of the Blad der. For wakefulness at night, there is no better remedy. During the ohaoce of life no a emale should be without it. It quiets the nervous system aud cives rest, comfort ana nature a sweet sleep. . SAMARITAN' NERVINE Cures Aloohallsm, Drunkenness and the habit of Opium Eating. These degrading habits are by far tbe worst evils that have ever bef allon Buffering humanity. Thous ands die annu&lly from these noxious drugs. The drunkard drinks liquor not be cause he like it, but for the pleasure of urmning ana treating bis mends, little thinking that he 1b on his road to ruio. Like the Opium Eaters, he first uses the drng in small qnntities as a harmless an tidote, The soothiog influence cf the drug takes strong hole upon its vlotim, leading him on to his own destruction. Tbe habits of Obium Eatiog aud Liquor Drinking are preoisely what eating Is to aliment veinees, as over-eating first influences the stomach, which redoubles its cravings until it paralyzes bo h the stomach and appetite, So every drink of liquor or , dose of Opi um, instead of satisfying, only adds to its fierce fiers, until it consumes the vital force and then itself. Like the glutton bus tape-worm, it orles "Give, give, give!" but never enouen until us own rapacity devours itself. Samaritan Nervine gives instant relief in all such oases. It produces sleep quiets the nerves, builds up the ner vous system, and restores body and mind to a healthy condition. - ' SAMARITAN NERVINE Cures nervous Dyspepsia, Palpitation of Heart, Asthma, Bronchitis, , Borofalo, Ssyplis, diseases of the Kidneys and all dis eases of the urinary organs. Nervous de bility, caused by the indecetions of yonth, Permanently cured by the use of this in valuable remedy. To you, young, middle aged and old men, who are covering your sufferings as with a mantale by silenoe, look up, you oan be saved by timely efforts, and make ornamets tosooiety, and jewels in the orown as your Maker, If you will. Do not keep this a secret longer, un til it saps your vitals, and destroys both body and soul. If you are thus afflioted, take Dr.. Kiohmor ds Hamatitan Nervine. It will restore your shattered nerves, ar rest premature decay, impart tone and energy to the whole system. Samaritan Nervine , Is for sale by druggists everywhere, or may be had direot from us. Those who wish to obtain farther evidences of the ourative properities of Samaritan Nervine will please enclose a 3 oent Postage Stamp foraoopy of our Illustrated Journal of Health, giving bunderd of testimonials of oure from persons who have used the medicine, and. also their piotures ph'-to- grapnea after their restoration to perfect health. Address DX. m. A.. H.IOHMOND & CO. World's Epileptio Institute, , ST.'JOSEPH. MO geo.t. wass;om, Attorney at Late. Ooldsboro, N. C. P.O. Box, 584,-, i 1 Protioe in all the courts of the state and tn the U. S. Distriot court. NEW GROCERY. W. B. BAKER, DUDLEY, N. 0., Keeps on hand a very large assortment of of all klads of . and sells them at the very lowest figures. Call and see for yourself. Nov. 12-ly. , . . NO PATENT, NO PAY. 3PATKNT3 obtained for Mechanical Dev iue, compounds, Denignng, sndiabeU. All preliminary examinations as to patentability of inventions, free. Our Guide for Obtaining Patents is sent free everywhere. Address if Iloul8 Bagger & Co., ' ' ' .' " Solicitors' Of Patents, " WASHINGTON, D. 0. WILMINGTON AND WELDON ! RAILROAD COMPANY. CONDENSED SOHEDTTLB. TBA1NS GOING SOUTH. Dated April 2nd, 1882, , xo. 48, . ' : Daily. Lv wrtdonV.'i!!!!!!!.'!!!ii'jT im NO 40 Daily 10 !' M " arrive jtoctty All... )w 1 14 ". 8S5 pi'm , 9 00 a. m '. 7 44 p. m 18 87 " . Ar Tarboro.'.". . " '. '. '. ', . '. V, " . , 85 p in L v Tarboro 00 a m Ar'Wil8MV.rr.I!T.!'.!'.'.!."S48p'm Ar Goldsboro ,.......( 49 ' Ar Warsaw.... .... ...... .,..7 60 ArBurgaw ............904 " Ar Wilmington........".... 9 55 " 10 55 p m TRAINS GOING NORTH. , HO 47 KO. 48, Daily, Daily Lv Wilmington...., .010 am (85 pp 9 25 p m 7 45 p m 9 4pm. 6 69 p m , 10 38 p m Arrive uurgaw . 7 26 .141 . 48 ,.10 43 .1123 ami ve w arsaw. .... Arrive Goldboro.. Arrive Wilson. ..... Arrive Hocky Mt... Arrive Tarboro, ...,..,, ,8i5 p mil 10 p m Leave Tarboro S .9 00 a m 3 00 p m Arrive weiuon....,..-..,.iz60pmiia w u.t x uiuu, -vuifttttY, iUMuuu irwnani Olive, Dudley, Goldsboro, Wilson, Rocky Mount, Enfield and Halifax. .Train no. 40 South will stop only 1 at Rocky Mount, Wilson. Goldsboro and Mag nolia Train no. 47 makes close connection at Weldon for ail points North daily. Ail rail via Richmond, and dally except Sunday via Bay Line. Train no. 43 runs daily and makes close connection for all points north via Rich mond and Washington..- ! v. i --.-.I All trains run solid between Wilmington oiiu Mwuuijjuuu, aim iavo rujiuuui x biauv Sleepers attached. i nwA Tl'n J.. f 1 V Y.. 1 !.. D.1... JOHN" T. DIVINE, Geri. Snp't. A. POPE. Gen'l Passenger Agent XoclsBozx'as Oa-llery, WEST CENTER STREET, i i .-I Vctr Flcturnl of nil ntrlna! Pramna. aim fnr sale. 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A ffeutleman who suffered for veara from NervouB Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful Indiscretion, will for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the reoipe and direction for mgklng the simple remedy by which be was curea. eunerers wisning to prom oy the advertiser's experience can do so by ad dressing in perfect confidence, JUiilN a. UUUEM, 42Ceaar St., N. x" T la. o Gr ol d m to or S tr . GOLDSBOEO, N. O. THE ADVOCATE OP EQUAL' EIGHTS BEFORE THE LAW, AT THE BALLOT BOX, AND, IN THE PATRONAGE THE G- o -V o r n m o ixt For all Men Eegardles Of Color vine Advocate iOOAL SELF GOVERNMENT a Favor of a Free' Ballot add a FAIR COUNT. Believing it to be the duty of the unitea states Government to see that the children of 1 -the whole country are , vl , i " I.-.-'. V 'J, ''. THOROUGHLY EDUCATED IT OPPOSES, MONOPOLIES. Therefore the STAR will advocate a NATIONAL , . c Educational law. - The STAR Willi Advocate no Man's Claims for office on Account of Color, but will reflect the the principles of the y , REPUBLICAN PARTY. ; " " Price only $1.00 per "annum: six months 50: cents ' three monip.s, au, cents.