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GOLDSBORO N. C, APRIL 28, 182
SHE WHO HELPS HEB MOTHRK. Tkere are girls who -paint and girls that play And girls that dance "with grace, And girls that steal our hearts away With charms of form and face. But there's a girl whom I respect Mucn more than any other, And as a wife I shall select The girl who helps her mother. Although it may be out of style. She grants her mother's wishes, Nor does she idle all the while Her mother is washing dishes. She has a kindly, loving way For parents, sister, brother; She proves a blessing every day, The girl who" helps her mother. She may not read the latest trash Nor sigh for a flirtation, She may not care to make a mash, Nor pine for a sensation. Such lives as hers with grace abound And love for one another, She scatters the sunshine all around The girl who helps her mother. Chicago Herald. COIi. rOLK'S LETTER. Call for a Secret Alliance Sleeting. Washington Post, Southern Democrats will be con siderably exercised over the contents of an Alliance circular which the JTost prints to-day for the first time. In referes to a secret meeting of the Alliance soon to be held, and it3 almost hysterical language indicates that the Alliance fears a return of its Democratic followers to their old allegiance in the approaching Preai dential campaign. The circular reads as follows: March 26, 1892. Dek Sir and Brother: This let ter is addressed to you in fraternity and brotherly love, hoping that it mav be the means of promoting the welfare of the cause we mutually strive to promote the Farmers' Al liance. This is the most critical period in the history of the order: Never ha3 there been such a universal and such a loud cry from the order to the of fleers for direction how to conduct the local fight. Never has there been as little concert of action among the officers of the different States and sections. This, if allowed to continue, must be fatal; concert of action is imperative, and success cannot be achieved without it. The political contest threatens the de struction of the order. A lack of cohesive and uniform action by the order threatens the political slaugh tcr of its friends. The emergency is great, the necessity for full and free council by all executive officers is greater than at any time in the history of-the movement. The na tion is so large that the expense at tending national councils of this character is too great to be borne with convenience; it has, therefore, been decided by the national presi dential and national executive board that the presidents and executive committees of the States, having like difficulties and issues to meet and be called together in council This conclusion has been reached after a very careful study of the Bit uation, and we are very forcibly im pressed with the necessity of your attendance at this meeting which, after a full consultation, we have decided to call to meet in Birming. ham, Ala., oa Tuesday, the 3d day of May,. 1892. . The presidents and members of the executive committees of the fol lowing State Alliances have been in . vited to attend: Virginia,. West Vir ginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri,,. Ken tucky, Oklahoma and Tennessee, The importance of this meeting and of having every one of these States fully represented is without"a paral lel, and your State will be asked to reimburse you for the traveling ex penses you may incur, and should it fail to do so we will call upon- the brotherhood to contribute for thai purpose, which will be readily done when the benefit can be shown. Let no ordinary cause prevent your com ing, but should you find it utterly impossible for you to come, have your committee select a proxy to re present you. ' It is understood that this meeting will be strictly secret with none present but those invited or their properly accredited proxies; that it is called by C. W. Macune, as chair man of the national executive board, acting under the advice and approv al of the president and executive board, and that no one is to be ap prised or the meeting berore it con venes. You are requested to at once notify brother Macune, 241 North Capitol street, if you will be present or who will be your proxy. Let us in conclusion appeal to you by all that you loye in this cause, be pres ent. U. W. Macune, Uhm n; J. F. Tillman, Sec'y. Alobtzo Wasdell. ' Executive Board. Approved. L. L. Polk, President. PERSONAL MENTION- Hon. E. W. Kerr, of Clinton, and Mr. Harry Walters, of the Atlantic Coast Line, were in the city yester day, passing through. Mr. S. S. Spier, after spendiug some days with his family in this city, left yesterday on his general rounds of the State. Je is " one or the finest" in life insurance. Miss Martha Driver, of Norfolk, Va., who ha? been visiting the family of Dr. J. F. Miller, of this city, where she has many admiring friends, returned home yesterday. Mr. Adolph CEttinger, of New York, a former Goldsboro boy, who has a wide circle of friends in this city and section, spent Sunday with relatives here, where we were all glad to see him. Mr. W. H. Smith is still confined to his home, and -his many friends in this city and community are much concerned at his continued illness. We all wish for him an early re- coverery. Pikeville Letter. Pikeville, N. C, Apri1 25th, 1892. Dear Araus : Uur farmers are now busy planting cotton. Mr. W. H. Hosea, who was stricken Sh ffuUg: but he is getting along very well at this writing, we are glad to know. The members of the .Pikeville Sunday School are requested to meet at Alliance hall next Thursday even ing at 7 o'clock to practice singing. We hope to see them all present. Last Wednesday morning a party of gentlemen left here and went down to the river fishing. Our genial friend Mr. K. B. Smith, the champion fisherman of this section, was one of the number, but be spoiled his record Wednesday, for he never caught anything but one little eel. "Mr. Kaider" says he is going to try his Inck again, for AVednesday was not a good day tor h3hing " no how". Miss Minnie Warrick, of Granth am's township, was in town Sunday as the guest of Misses Fannie and Rose Ezzell. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Entnian, of Wilson county, came down Sunday in consequence of the illness of Mrs. Eatman's father Mr, W. 11. Hoses. J. F. II. "I d rather be a kitten and cry mw that groan all day with neuralgia when one little bottle of Salvation Oil would make me gentle and well. Pussy would n't you? Absolutely Pure A e?em of tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength- Latest U. o. government rood ueport Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall Street, JM. Y Buoklen a Arnica Salve. Thb Heat Saivk in the world forCuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin .Eruptions, ana posi tively cues files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded, trnce 26 cents p box. For sMe by J . 1. tun & son. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaran teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Ivneum and other anecuons caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial levers. J! or cure oi Headache, Onsf.pation and Indigestion try Electric Eitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle at J. H: Hill & son's dru? store. A Wonder Worker. Mr. FraEnk Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had been unuervne care ui mu pnuuuieim ynjroi- cians, and used their treatment until he was not able to get around. They pro - nounced his case to be Consumption and incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption oughs und Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street withou resting. He" found before he had used half of a dollar bottle, that he was much better; he continued to use it and is to day enjoying good health. If yon have any Throat, Lung or Chest Trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bot tle free at J. BLHill & jtoh's drug ston. ITJST REClfilVJSD A line lot o Chemise sets Which will be sold cheap Cull and eramine. Q Kern & Co. POUDESS SPECIAL NOTICE I We have on hand a limited supply of seed RICE, which we are sell ing to planters at prime cost. .We ,have . also at our Mills here dinerent grades of cleaned RICE which we are offering at low figures. Write for samples and prices. Very Respectfully, I Co., GOLDSBOKO, N. C N.v. 20th '91 1 vr. QPIOER'S DRUG STORE. U Sweeping Reductions -IN- UtUndard Patent; Medicine' u We nave reduced the price of a'l .'(! as j patent medicines to 85 cents . FOR THE CASi.' And other price3 in proportion order to meet the competition of tae times and the scarcity oi mono o This reduction is permanent and May be Relied Spicer's Oruq Store. apl.l5-3m. Just Received A lot of beautiful In dia and stylish silks, all of the delicate shades for dav and evening dresses, and kid gloves to match. Black silks. Imported dress pat terns worth $15 for $10: I $10 suits for $7.50: $8 suits for $6: 40 -inch silk warp lansdbwn or sub lime cloth $1.25, worth $1.50. White Goods. Lawns, India linens, JNaimsook, Dimity strip ed ana checked. Black and colored laces, new, rich and beautiful in pat terns. UJm broideries. wash Goods. IN GINGHAMS, PERCALES, TIJIH CLOTH, PLAIN AND FIGURED ORGANDIES. NEW STYLES IN LADIES' AND MISSES' LOW OXFORD TIES. M. E. Gastex &.Co Ginn's Grocery. H AVISO RECENTLY CHANGED my business to that of Groceries exclu sively, I invite the public to seek my corner store,on John and Market streets, when in need oi i -. JjTCSJl UT0C6I16S. 1 " IS. C. Hams, Spring Chickens AND QOUNTRY PRODUCE. 1 I keep a full stock of everything, When you can't find anything you warn! anywhere else, be sure yon will find it at my corner grocery. Respectfully, J. T. GINN. ap!.12-tf. IM, LOOK, II, AT THE- MDLTITODR OF PEOPLE! A1 S THEY FLOCK TO OUR LARGE AND WELL FILLED GROCKRY STORE, WHERE THEY CAN GET ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES, QF THE BEST QUALITY" AT VERY LOW PRICES. THEY - COMB TO BUY OUlt FINE GRADES OF FLOUR.MEATS, LARD, CANNED TOMA TOES, CO 'IN, .BEANS, PEACHES, APRICOTS, OLIVES, PICKLFB, BEEF, FRENCH SARDINES, "SAL MOX,LOB3ERS AND NUM. BERS OF OTHERS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, CREAMERY BUTTER. A LL QF WHICH IS OF- THB FINEST QUALITY VERMONT CREAMERY BUT TER FRESH FROM THE CHURN. BEST LINE Ci KES, CRACKERS, BOX BISCUll S IN TOE CITY. WE C R DI ALLY INVITE TOU ALL TO COME. You will find ours the place to supply your wants. J3fTbe country mer chant's interest carefully guard - td. We buy for cas-h and in quantities that ena-- -ble us to sell to ; their benefit. Bizzell Bros. & Co. April 27-92. -A- ZBIGr STOCK OF SPRING GOODS. n Call and Examine My Stock. Calico 3 to G cts, Bibbon 5 to 20 cts. Dress goods 37 inches wide, wool finisn 12$ cents per yard. Cheviots 8 cents. Heavy Homespun 5 and 6 cents. Unbleached domestics 4 and 6 cents Heavy Drilling 1 per yard. Bleaching 4 to 9 best. White and red flannel 20 and 25 cts. Pants goods from 8 to 35 cts; allwooi. Bed ticking from 11 to 18 cts. timghams 0 to 9 cts, Sateen 6i cents. Checked muslin 5 to 9 cts. Suspended 10 cts, wire buckles 20c. i ard wide cress goods a cts. Lace and Hamburgs cheap. NOTIONS. NOTIONS. A fine unlaundered shirt for 40 cts. Laundered shirts f-r 50 cts. Socks and stockings 5 cents. . Oil Cloth 25 per yard. Umbrellas from 45 cents to 1.00. Belts 10 to 25 cents. Corseta 22 to 50 cents. Candy, cakes and confectioneries Flannelette shirts 25 cents, patent medicines cheap. Reliable parched coffee 25c per pound. HATS AND SHOES. Men's hsts 40c to $1.25. Children s hats from 15 to 50 cts. - SHOES, SHOES, SHOES, SHOES Men's solid leather shoes $ 1.00. Fine shoes 1.25. Children's shoes from 35 to 95 cents. Woman's solid leather shoes 95 c to . TOBACCO TOBACCO. Tobacco. 8 kinds for 25 cents. A bie iob in tobacco at 20 to 50 cts lb. ' Red Eve" 50 cts. Cigars 1 to 5 cts, Snuff 30 to 40 cts. Crockery goods and willow ware. Lamps from M to To cents. Cups and saucers 25 cts and up. Plates and dishes cheap. . Sugar 5c. and coffee 16f eta. Pepper and spices 15 cents per lb. Soap 2 for 5. soda 5 and starch 5. All kinds of snuff cheap. Sole leather 30 cts per pound. I admit the above are cut prices, but i buy for cash. Satisfaction guaranteed cr money refunded. The Hustler, ED. L. EDMUNDS0N, Opposite Hill's drug store') Walnut St. Goldsboro. N. C. Dyspepsia and Xjiver Complaint. Is it not worth the small price of 75c. to .roe yourself of every symptom of these jdstrelling complaints, if you think so call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vi talizer, every bottle has a printed gu&ran on it, use accordingly and if it does you no good it will coat you nothing. Sold M. E. Robinson & Bro., Golds)oro. Wanted. Live energetic young men to canvass, sell machines and collect in Goldsboro. No horse repuired. We offer a good con tract, We also want agents to work in the adjoining counties. See or address apl.37, D.W.McGEE, FERRIS5S Miid Cured Pig Hams. Busy Bee Brand Breakfast Bacon I ROE HERRING, COD FISH, MACKEREL, PRE PARED P.TTCKWII EAT. PITTED CHERRIES, EVIIPORATED APPLES, SUN CURED APPLES, AND PEACHES. CALIFORNIA PRUNES, TOILET SO A PS AT HALE THEIR VALUE AND OBELISK FLOUR, FINEST MADE L B. FOMIELLE. Cor Webt Centre and Chestnut Sts. YOU GET GARDEN PEAS, GARDEN SEEDS FLOWER SEEDS I TOILET ARTICLES PURE DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES ocn II I ROBINSON & BRO'S, vi ourzu T- 83ao. " DOWN THEY GO! Having Bought the Stock of the And wishing to reduce my immense stock I have marked them down. They Muftbesold to make rom for Sprink stock. A large lot of PANTS FOR 50 CTS. Starch. Matches. Soap. Lye, Sugar, Rice, Plug cut Smoking Tobacco, Baking Powder, Snuff, Ginghams, Dress Goods, Shirting and calico at prices that defy competi tion in Goldsboro. Shirts 20cents to $l.oo Stockings, Boys' Pants, Ladie3' Shoes, Men's Shoes, Tinware, Lamps, Lamp Goods, crockery, etc, Everything going cheap, come quick and secure bargains before goods are all picked over. F. B. Edmundson. marll-tf. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla sufe Sell GOFFER ICE NOTICE. WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF ICE AND ARE PUKPARED TO MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY. YOUR PAT RONAGE IS SOLICITED. Wm. E.Worth & Co ticc. I have this day sold my machine shop.tools and stock to Messrs P. ll.King& Son.who win contui'-c uie business at the same old place. I take tins method to thank mv friends and the public for their generous patron age, and hope they will continue to patron ize tue new nnn, who will do your work promptly and 'at prices to suit the hard times. Very Respectfully. O. R. RAND, Jr. In assuming charge of the above busi ness, vu thank .r. Rand for his generous words ol enclor.cment, and we assure the public that we thall do all in our power to give them satisfaction, both as to work and prices. We have experience in machinery work and will always keep only first-class work men. We sol c;t the patronage of the public. Respectfully, P. R. KING &. SON. Goldsboro, C. Ap'l 24. Election Notice, The registration books to be used for the election of Aldermen for the cily of Golds- ooro on toe 1st jHonuay in May, isaa, have been placed in my hands and will be open at the Mayor's office in said city for the registration of qualified voters until Satur day before the election. All electors who shall have resided in this State twelve months and in the city ninety days and in the ward for which they offer to register thirty days next preceeding the election, shall be entitled to register. A. B. HOLLO WELL, Registrar. apl9. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A marvelous cure " for Catarrh, Diptheria Canker mouth, Headache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector fo.- the mrre successful tref .ment of these complaint without extra charge. Sold by I. H Hill & Son, Goldsboro, N. C. Wm TAKE NOTICE ! T HE POPULARITY of the ALHAMBKA dur ing the oyster season has been very gratifying' to us. We are encouraged to believe that our people appreciate our efforts to maintain a First-class Resort We shall strive to merit your patronage and shall shortly serve Ice Cream, Milk Shakes, Ice Sher berts and all the -various Summer ll)elicacies. We invite your inspec tion of our Summer Bill of Fare, and we feel war ranted in claiming that the most fastidious epi cure can find something to tickle his palate. EDWARDS & GRIFFIN, Proprietors r Answer tbis Question, Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made (miserable by Indigestion, constipation. Dizziness, Loss of Appeute, coming up of the food, Yellow Skin, when for 75c. we will sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaran teed to cure them. Sold by J. H, Hill & Son, Goldsboro, N, C.