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Notice to Farmers!
WE ARE AGENTS FOE LEE'S AGRICULTURAL LIME That stands higher to-day than eycr Before. We also sell best quality Heavy Weight Rock Lime for Building Purposes. Seed Oats and Rice An J groceries of all kinds. Timothy Hay, Wheat Bran and Rice Meal. Try one sack of Rice Meal and see if it is not the cheapest and best foodjfbr stock you evir tried. ltBSPEOTFCTLLY, HENRY & M. L.LEE THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN The best s h o e in the world for the money ? It ia a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish and easy, and because we make more shoes of this graae Than any otner manvjacrurer, n equals nam RAwerl shops miKtinc from 4J)ti to Afi.OO. - CC OO Genuine Hand-sewed, the finest calf s snoe ever onerea ror a.uu; equals jfreucu imported snoes wmcn cost irom 53.1110 yiz.uu. P A OO Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf. P stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade aa cus com-maae snoes costing irom t.uu to f y.uu. ffiO 50 Police Hboet Farmers, Railroad Men POi and Letter Carriers all wear them; fine calf, eamiess, smootn insiae, neavy inree soies, exien stnn ftdce. One iiair will wear a Tear. A 56 fine cnlf ; no better shoe ever offered at mDm this price; one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. O &5 and Si.OO Workincman,i shoes are very strong ana a arable. Those wno have civen them a trial will wear no other makn. r VC ' S-OQ nnd $1.75 school shoes are Ep J3 9 worn bv the bovs everv where: thevaell on their merits, as the increasing sales show. qHSaC 'UO Hand-sewed shoe, best ImCIU IvO Dongola, very stylish; equals French. Imported shoes costing from $4.00 to $6.01). l.adicV 2.50, $.00 and Si. 75 shoe for Hisses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable. Caution. See that W. L. Douglas name and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. ffTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.- Insist on local advertised dealers supplying yon. W. 1. JUOl tiLAS, Brockton, IVIass. Sold by HOOD & BR1TT. GOLDSBOfiO. N c. 1'heHandsomest Lady In Goldsboro Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior rem dy, as it stopped lie: cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So 10 prove this and con vince you ot its merits any druggist will give a sample bottle free; large size 50 cents and f 1. fiotice. A valuable farm fir sale 1J miles from the city of Goldsboro, 67 acres cleared, 23 acres in woods, the clear ' ed land adapted to truck farming as welj as grain and cotton, with clay sub-soil; the woods for pasturage and manuring qualities. Situate between the W. & W. Ii. R ami the county road. A"pply for terms to the undersigned or M. L. Lee. HUGH HUMPHREY. March 28,tf. Advice to Mothers. Aft. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should al ways be used when cbiiaren are cutting teetn It relieves the little sufferer at once ; It pro duces natural, quiet sleeu by relieving- tho child from pain, and the little cherub awake 1 as "bright as a button. " It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best Down remedy for diar rhoea, whether arising from teething or - r causes. 1 wentv-n veceut a bottle. The Homeliest Man in Goldsboro As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Bal sam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all chron ic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. Large Bottles 50 cents and $1. Some Foolisti People Allow a cough to run until it gets be yond the reach of medicine. They often S4V. "Oh. it will wear away," but in most casee it wears them away. Cou'.d they be induced to try the successful medicine Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a posi tive guarantee to cure, they would imme diately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.0 Trial size free. At all druggists'. Fertilizers. We offer on best terms: 3QQ TONS PROLIFIC GUANO. 300 TONS AC1D PHOSPHATE, Ofin TONS GENUINE GERMi fcUU KAINIT. Get terms and prices before buying H. Weil & Bros. SMOKE The SABOROSO, the best 5c cigar in America. For sale only by J. W. EDWARDS. Just received a large line of Boys knee pants sell vhem as low as 25c per WHY IS pair. &.rv ob.vv. Cotton Seed. I The highest cash price paid for COTTONSEED At the G0LDSB0E0 OIL MILLS. Cotton seed meal, or Fertilizers exchanged for seed On liberal terms. 0 R. J. M. PARKER PERMANENTLY LOCATED, Office over Giddens' Jewelry Store, West Centre Street,j Goldsboro, N. Cf REFERENCES: C. S. Boyd, D. D. S., Henderson, F. S. Harris, " Geo. A. Foote, M. D., Warrenton. Holly Smith, D. D. S., M. D., Balto J. H. White, Elizabeth City. Chas. Alexander, D.D.S., Charlotte, Pres ) T 'C W,rl,n nfnwl Q'-.r I P. Hilliard, Rocky Mt. Ex. Pres., ) N. C. State Dental Association. an.23-td. S5QD Reward. WE will pay the above reward for any case Liver complaint, Dyspepsia, bick Headache, In digestion, Constipation or Costiveness we c;mnot cure with W est's Vegetable Liver Pills.when the directions are strictly con plied with. They are purely vegetable, and never lail to give satisfaction. . Sugnr Coated Large boxes, " Y 1 1 " 1 ll 1 - "I I containing oi .rius, cents, ceware oi pnnntPTfpita 5ind imitations. The Cfinninfi I manufactured only by the john c. west COMPANY, ClIICACO, ILL. Soldby M. E. Robinson & Bro. Golds boro. N. C. SThen Baly was sick, we gave hnr Castoria. Whel shil was a ChjfcJ, she cried 'or Castoria. When shit became Miss, she clung to Castoria. Vy Bin I had Children, she gave them Ccstoria. rtl iCil YVilE,l A natural Mineral Water that has stood all tests successfully and is, as the name implies, A ?MRCm INDEED. It is a specific for Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea, Ecxema, Piles, Kidney and Liver troubles. For Eale by the case, bottle or glass at J. H. Hill& Sons. Panacea Springs arm Hotel Company Raleigh, N. (J., Proprietors. Ap. 24 Ladies Attention ' Wnmn IrvcnW wr,rr,ar, nnD V,r,ttl r,f my celebrated TONTI will permanently enlarge your form 4 inches in 30 days, and make you as Veautiful as Cleopatra, or money refunded. Price $2.00. W Oman's only true friend, for it never fails. Tonti, mnVn irrvn o ton it f n I 00 I ' iniMa t-wa - f glorious Tonti, will make the leanest per son fat and remove those horrid wrinkles. Send for sealed circular. MRS. DR. MILLER, OlSFW.Rt. N. Washington, D. C J W LAMB. Fine Livery in single or doule teams. Gentlemen and Ladies' saddle horses. Prompt service and satisfaction assured. Fine Hand-made Harness A Specialty. Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Whips, Har- I GIVE ME A CALL, JohnStrect, abova Walnut, March 19-tf. Goldsboro, JT, 0. Ie" a en r g cc Sj 3 2 f S S I I sr o B 3. w S H P w - t j ? w JO u SL w Qp c o a) n fJ,HE Daily Akgus- 30LDaiK)ttO; N. C, MAY 5 892 LE "SON OF THE L.EAVES. "How do the leaves grow In spring, upon their stem? I The sap swells up with a drop for all, And that is lite to uiem. "What do the leaves do Through the Ions summer hours.' They make a home for the singing birds A shelter tor tne nowers. - "How do the leaves fade ' Beneath the autumn blast? Oh, fairer they grow before they die, Their brightest is their last. "How are we like leaves? O children, weak and small, God knows each let of the forest shade, He knows you each and all. "Never a leaf falls Until its part is done. God gives us grace like sap and dew. Some work to every one. "You must grow old too, Beneath the autumn sky: But lovelier and brighter your lives may glow, . I iL'O loftirnia l-irfiTA fV.OTr to. "Brighter with kind desds, With hope a ad eladness given; Till the leaf fal's down from the withared tree, And the spirit is in heaven." Alliance Demands Reviewed. Correspondence News and Observer. Centeeville, Franklin county, lM. C, April 26th. Having been "solicited, (in ac cordance with the views of Col. L L. Folk in his avowal in your pas tl-,QlQtV, ,'0t T Pet" CI tne lyiU mSl,! A come to dis charge the obligation resting upon ne to express my views, "frankly and candidly," and adopting his words! say "to my mind, uiy course is clear and my road ot duty plain. l shall pursue it without regard to consequences to myself, personal, political or otherwise. JNo words could express my sorrow, yea the deep heartfelt unfeigned regret, that existing circumstances render it my plain unmistakable duty to differ with our leading officials, and since I do I propose to give a few reasons therefor. When 1 was asked to join the Farmers' Alliance, I was assured that it would never interfere with my religious or political rights, and vhen 1 read in our Constitution c r declaration oi intentions, ana si v tnat all ot tne principles em rx lifd therein were good, right, pu e, equitable and just, and that we resolved to work for them in a "st rictly non partisan spirit, to de velop a better state, mentally, morally, socially and financially," and that the brightest iewels which it gathers were"tne tears of widows and its imperative commands were to visit the homes where lacerated hearts are bleeding; to aesuage the sufferings of a brother or a sister, I thought there was much good to be accomplished and no possible harm therein, 1 cast mv lot with them, and ha re done what I could for the good of the order and for the farm er's interest. It i3 true the South- V tmn-Hfl -in r t- tiio WT -a aw r form. ers at St. L,ouis in J.By and mu tually and sacredly pledged them selves to stand by each other in the great struggle for reform and for I justice," and again at Ocala; and made demands by which we agreed to stand, (and right here I want to say that the Democratic party engrafted those Ocala demands in their State platform, and that North Carolina Democrats, Alli ancemen and nonnancemen nave i i stood by them (with a few excep tions) until the St. Lotus confer ence met. The Colonel says they met again at St. Louis (and there . . . , , 1 IT 1 . n comes the trouoiei. wno ineis Those tame Southern and Western farmers alone? Nay verily, but they" with twelve other organiza- UOnS t WUO 11 U I V UClCgttlCO auu the Alliance sixty) ."reiterated these pledges and reaffirmed their I - . demands." Is this true? Did they adopt the Oeala demands only (Had thev cnlv done this there would be no trouble in the Alii ance today and none between Alliancemen and the Democratic party.) But didn't they leave out the entire plank in regard to the tariff? and didn't they 'demand ownership instead of control of the railroadts It they did these things, then th3y are not the demands of the Southern and Western farmers passed at Ocala; and if they did not do these then the progressive far mer has misled me. Again, the St. Louis conference passed a resolution 'thut the gov ernment issue legal tender notes and pay the Uniun soldiers the dif ference between the price oi aepre ciated money and gold. lhe JSa tional Economist says thi3 resolu tion was adopted as a matter show ing the sentiment ot that body and not as a part of the platform." If I understand it, it was either to 6how that they would do if they had the power, or else it was a fraudulent bid for the soldiers' vote. There is no concealing the fact that some of our leaders hare endeavored to throw the Alliance into the third or people's party. And every Al- hancemen knows this is a violation of the Alliance constitution which they have sworn to eupport. And there ia no authority in the United States constitution for the govern ment to purchase and none to take the railroads, them without If then you constitution of nor of the Alii- paying for them, neither regard the the United States ance, by what may we expect you to be governed? I regard the owner ship of railroads as impracticable, and if insisted on it will prove a burden td the Allaince. I consider myself pledged to work for a better Btate 'mentally, morally, socially and financially," and to do so with equity and justice; and I cannot under this pledge vote to take the property of any individual or class of citizens of the United States against their wishes, and at the same time involve the govern ment in a debt of ten or twelve bil lions of dollars, a debt which I fear our children's children will never see paid. Nor did I think it equit able or just, or consistent with Alli ance principles, to pay the Union soldiers the difference between greenbacks and gold, and not pay the men who fed them, clothed them, f hod them, armed them, fur nished them the medicine to heal their wounds, or the labor that made the power and bullets with which they fought, the blankets under which they slept, and many other things too numerous to mention, winding up with the claims of those who furnished the transportation. If that was not a sectional resolu tion I confess I wouldn't know Low to write one that would be. I am wil ing to be taxed to pay all just United States pensions for disabled aoldiers, but I will not be willingly blind folded and led by a party that pro poses to pay such claims twenty sevn years after the parties have been paid once in lull and legal ten der U. S. Treasury notes. If I did, which God rorbid; when 1, in obe dience to one or the most impera tive commands of our Alliance con stitution, visited those widows whose "tears are the brightest jewels we garner," and those Southern homes where lacerated hearts are bleeding, many of whose inmates are suffer ing, crying and almost starving for the necessaries 01 lite, and told them I voted to tax the little they have left for such purposes, do you think they would feel that I was Irving as a brother to assuage their sufferings? Nay, but they would rightly say you are mocking us, and making our miserable condition worse. JSow 1 will not charge any one with dishonesty, or impure motives, or question his fidelity, that may differ with me. Jiarsh aud angry words but widen and breach, and if we are brother Democrats in or out of the Alliance, we are but furnish ing our common enemy with weapons to fiiht us by denouncing each other. You all know it will be ruin ous to turn the State over . to Ee publicans. With all the other at teudant evils, uon t you think Mr Morton with his fifteen millions of N. O. bonds could control a legisla ture composed of the party who created them and again revive them and put us in bondage? Let us not jump out of the frying pan into the tire. I know not what others may do, but this 18 my resolution. To go as 1 have done tor many years into the Democratic primaries and the convention, if a delegate. Stand sauarelv on the Ocala demands as endorsed by the Alliance and Dem ocratic party, and work for them, and support the nominees or Baid conyention; and thus will I be act ing consistenely with my Alliance friends, my Democratic mends, working for the best interests of my country, with a clear conscience and the approval or my uod. if. jt. ALSTON, J K. Backhorn Alliance All Riglit. Chatham Record. Buckhorn Alliance, No. 192, in session April 23, 1892, adopted the following resolutions : Resolved, 1st, That we do oppose the St Louis platform in regard to the government owning and opera ting the railroads. 2nd. That we oppose paying u n- ion soldiers the difference between greenbacks and gold. 3rd. We do oppose the movement of the Third party against the Al liance and Democratic party. 4th. That we earnestly ' believe that the financial relief desired by s will be hindered, if not defeated, by the action of the Third party. 5 th. That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to the Chatham Record with request that they be published. W. U. VJROSS, Secretary. Who would throw away their money ior every new adveitisment whea yon can yrocure that saandard remedy for nolda Dr. Bull's Coush Syrup. Price 25 cents a bottle- To Restore the hair "When it has become prematurely thin or gray, the best dress- Cray haTr Baldness Humors Faded hair Dandruff Falsing hair 1 more Valuable for Rtimnlntin of the hair, than any other preparation of the kind. Mne years ago, at Uie age of 45, 1 was nearty bald, my hr,ir having, from some unknown catisa, fallen out gradually. We naa found Ayer's Fills such :m effectual general remedy that when I needed a hair rrstorcr I naturally turned to Ayer's Hair Vigor. I used this and a new growth of hair started. Jly hair is now as heavy and firmly set as m youin." Mr. JA c. Wilson, Sulphur Spiiu-s, Texas. "After using many other preparations without Sdtisfaetory result, I find that Ayer's Hair Yior is causing my ha'- to grow." A. J. Osment, Indian Head, X.W. T-. Aver's is Prepared fcj DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Sold b all Druggists and Perfumers LADIES VTlio purify their tdood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, are distinguished by their freedom from any cf thoie blemishes which so disfigure many an otherwise; comely face. External applications aggravate .skin diseases by obstructing the pores, r.nd poiso . ing the whole system. Functional derangements of tho stomach, liver, aud kidney.; need to be coir. tted. This may best be done by purifying the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the use of which, if persisted in, auses the skin to become clear and healthy. M. Parker, C.meord, Vt, writes: "My face, for y-ars, was covered with pimplus ami humors, for v'.:ii-ii I could find 110 remedy till I lie;; .i, to take Ayer's Sarsaparilia. Thr bottles of this great blood medicine effected a thoieugli cure, and I can confidently recom mend it to all suffering trout similar troubles." yers J. C. Ayr &. Co., cc;rec! c the-re Corporation Notice. State op North Carolina, ) In Office tSs Wayne County, C C. S. C Notice is hereby given of the incorpora tion of the Goldsboro Land and Improve ment Company, that the names of the in corporators are M. E. Robinson, Henry Weil and h . li. isorden and such others as they may associate with them; that the principal place ot business shall be in Wayne county, JN. U., an: its general purpose and business is that of purchas ing, improving ana selling lands, and owning, operating tnd leasing hotels; that the duration of the corporation shall be thirty years; the capital stock is Thirty Thousand Dollars with privilege to in crease to One Hundred Thousand Dollars divided in Three Hundred shares, of the par value of One Hundred Dollars. U. X . UBKKIWtr, U. S. U. apl.9-30d. Notice of Sale. Under and by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Wayne county in the case of W. S. Forbes et als, vs. The Neuse Lumber Company et als, we will sell at the Court House door in Goldsboro, N. C, on Saturday, April 30th, 1892, all of the real and personal property ot the JN euse Lumber Company, consisting of timber interests in Wayne and Johnston coun ties, lumber, logis in the boom on Neuse river and on the A. & N. C. R. R. near Beston and on the bank of Neuse river; the entire plant of the said Neuse Lumber Company on the Neuse near Goldsboro, N. C, and the tract of land, containing 53 acres on which said plant is located; said plant consisting of four large boilers, three engines and a complete outfit for sawing lumber; also the burnt machinery of every kind belonging to said Neuse Lumber Company, including a dry fan and heater but slightly injurea by lire; also all stock belonging to said company including sev eral mules and oxen; also wagons, carts and all other personal and real property of every kind belonging to said company and used in its business; also a right of way from the W. & W. R- R, across the land of Chas. Grainger to the plant of said Neuse Lumber Company. F. A. Woodard, . C. 13. Aycock, March 29, 1892. Receivers. Notice. All persons indebted to the Neuse Lumber Company are hereby notified to make immediate payment to the un dersigned at the office of Aycock & Daniels, Goldsboro, N. C. U. 13. Aycock, F. A. Woodard, March 29, 1692. Receivers. Notice. Havinsr Qualified a3 administrator of James Tabron, all persons holding claims against said estate are notified to present the same to the undersigned without delay, and all persons indebted to said estate must make immediate payment. This April 2, 1892. G.T. IVASSOM, Admr. Notice ! Having qualified as administrator of the estate of H. Y. Crawiora, deceased, ai' narsons holding claims against said estate are notified to present' them for payment by the 18th day of April, 1893, or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. April loth, iy. 1 a w, 6 w. Administrator. BAGGING AND TIES, MEAT MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE, Hatches, Startch, Soap, Etc, GO TO LATHAM & CO. NEAR POST" OFFICE. Octl. , ing is Ayer's Hair Vigor. This preparation cleanses the scalp of dandruff, heals itch ing humors, and supplies nourishment and vitality to the hair-roots. It prevents the hair from falling out, and promotes a new growth, of the natural color and texture. Ladies and gentlemen, who make use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, pronounce it more de sirable and economical as a dressinsr. and " For several menths I was troubled with a persistent humor on my head, which gave me considerable annoyance aud discomfort, until it occurred to me to try Ayer's IIai Vigor. Before using one bottle, the humor was Ikealed. I earnestly recommend tU.a preparation to any person similarly af flicted." T. T.Adams, General Merchant, Tubeville, Virginia. "My wife believes that the money spent for Ayer's Hair Vigor was the best invest ment sho ever made, it has given her so much satisfaction." John A. Adams St. Augustine, Texas. air Vigor ai'sapanl Lowell : Mass. DOWN THEY GO! Having Bought the Stock of the And wishing to reduce my immense stock I have marked them down. They Must be sold to make rojm for Sprink stock. A large lot of PANTS FOE 50 CTS. Starch. Matches, Soap, Lye, Sugar, Rice, Plug cut Smoking Tobacco, Baking Powder, Snuff, Ginghams, Dress Goods, Shining and calico at prices that defy competi tion in Goldsboro. Shirts 20cents to $l.oo Stockings, Boys' Pants, Ladies' 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. 1892. 1892 Spring Millinery. Mrs. S. I. Griffin, Under the Messenger Opera House, Is now displaying attractive novelties IN Spring Millinery, Notions, Flowers and Fancy Goods, All the latest patterns ia Ribbons, and the Latest Novelties m Styles ot Hats and trimmings and a com plete line of Notions. The Ladies are invited and a Cordial Welcome and prompt Attention is assured them. April 1-tf. ShiloU's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most suc cessful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, . f , -.ii . 1 A a low uodes luyanauiy cure uie worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in tne cure ot consump tion is without a parallel in the history 01 medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. fnee, 10c, 50c. and f 1. it our lungs are sore, chest, ur back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. H. Hill & Son Goldsboro, N. C. ICE, ICE, ICE! IS OW IS THE TIME TO SUPPLY Yourself with Ice for the season at the lowest possible price on record. For the next 20 days, beginning with this date, we will sell tickets good tor 200 pounds oi Ice at the GOLDSBORO ICE HOUSE, In 5 pound lots and upwards, for the small sum of 90 cents: less than i cent per pound. This ofter is good only for 20 ct iys. The tickets arc jood lor the whole season or 'till U3ea. F. W. HILKER, Prop'r. April 4, 1892. Rhildron Cry forJ,itcher,sCastorta;i