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Notice to Farmers!
WE ARE AGENTS FOR LEE'S AGRICULTURAL LIME That stands higher to-day than eycr Before. We also soil best quality Heavy Weight Rock Lime for Building Purposes. Seed Oats and Rice And groceries of all kinds. Timothy Hay, Wheat Bran and Kice Meal. Try one sack of Rice Meal and see if it is not the cheapest and best foodjtbr stock . you ever tried. KBSPEOTFCTLLY, HENRY & M. L.LEE WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CEtlfegMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET? It is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best line calf, stylish and easy, and because we make more ehoce of thim grade than any other manufacturer. It equals band sewed shoes costing from 4.00 to $5.00. rr 00 Genuine Hand-sewed, the finest calf !9. shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French Imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to 12.00. 2 Jl OO Hand-Sewed Welt Shop, fine calf, 9 s. stylish, comfortable and durable. The best Shoe erer offered at this price ; same grade as custom-made shoes costing from S6.00 to $9.09. SO SO Police Short Farmer, Railroad Men 9wt and LetterCarriersall wear them; fine calf, seamless, smooth inside, heavy three soles, exten sion edge. Ono pair will weir a year. n SO fine calf t no better shoe ever offered at Ds. this price; one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. 4BO 25 and $2.00 Workinrman'e shoes Jve&a are very strong and durable. Those who fciave given them a trial will wear no other make. Dnvc) $-.2.00 and 81.75 school shoes are DUJf 9 worn by the boys everywhere; thsyseU on their merits, as the increasing sales show. mrliae Hnnd-sewed shoe, best kaUICo Donsola. verystyliah; equals French imported shoes costing from $4.00 to $6.00. Ladies' '2.50, 64.00 and 81.75 shoe for Blisses 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. rrTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..! Insist on local advertised dealers supplying yon. W". JL.. DOUGLAS, Brockton. Mass. Sold by HOOD & BRITT. GOLDSBORO. N. C. pfcistic N EAT. QUAINT,, CHARMING. CURIOUS. ORIGINAL, ATTr O.CTT V E' 8IGK3. for Al! Purposes In All Styles AT MODERATE PRICES f Armies Job Office, Walnvl Street, Goldsboro. N I Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothtnsr SvruD should al rva hfi nand when children are cuttine teeth. It relieves tLe little sufferer at once ; it pro duces natural, quiet sieo Dy relieving inn child from pain, and the little cherub awake I os "bright as a buttuu. " It is very pleasant U taste. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best nown remedy ror diar rhoea, whether arising from teething or um. Twentv-Bveuents a bottle. The Ho meliest Man in Goldsboro As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and cet free a trial bottle of Kemp s Hal sam f?T the throat and lungs, a remedy that is gelling entirely upon its merits and is euaranteed to relieve and cure all chron ic and Acute Coughs Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. Large Bottles 50 cents and f 1. ICE NOTICE. WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF ICE AND ARE PREPARED TO MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY YOUR PAT RONAGE IS SOLICITED. Wm. E.Worth & Go SMOKE The SABOROSO, the bestCc cigar in America, ror sale only ry J. W EDWARDS, Just received a large line of Boy knee pants sell 'hern as low as 25c per Cotton Seed. The highest cash price paid for COTTON SEED At the GOLDSBORO OIL MILLS. Cotton seed meal, or Fertilizers exchanged for seed On liberal terms. J. M- PARKER PERMANENTLY LOCATED, Office over Giddens' Jewelry Store, West Centre Street Goldsboro, N, REFERENCES: C. S. Boyd, D D. S., Henderson, F. S. Harris, " Geo. A. Foote, M. D., Warreuton. Holly Smith, D. D. S., M. D., BaltoJ J. ti. wnite, JJilizabetn Uity. Chas. Alexander, D.D.S., Charlotte, Pres J. E. Wyche, Oxford, Sect'y. S. P. Hilliard, Rocky Mt. Ex. Pres., N. C. State Dental Association an 23-td. S500 Reward. WE -will pay t be above reward for any case Liver complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. Indigestion. Constipation or Costiveness we c.mnot cure with W est's Vegetable Liver Pills.when the directions are strictly conpned wiui. iney are purely vegetable, and never lail to give satisfaction. Sugur Coated Large boxes. containing 30 Pi-.ls. 25 cents, .beware oi counterfeits and i mitp tions. The genuine manutactured oniy by the johs c. west COMPANY. CHIC Alio, ILL. Soldby M. E. Robinson & Bro. told boro. N. C When Baby was sick, we gave her Cas.oria. When slv was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When shii became Miss, she clung to Castoria, IWn shfi had Children, she ta ve them C storia al it 5c CD tr i t in a is o to it S3 2 J. W LAMB. Fine Livery in single or doulc teams. Gentlemen and Ladies' saddle horse3.. Prompt service and satisfaction assured Fine Hand-made Harness A Specialty. Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Whip, Har ness, baddies, Ji.tc. GIVE ME A CALL, JohnStr-eet, abov3 Walnut, March 19-tf. Goldsboro, N. C. Notice. I have this day sold my machine shop.tcols and stock to Messrs P. R.Kine & Son,who will continue the business at the same old nlace. I take this methd to thank my friends and the public for their generous patron age, and hope they will continue to patron ize the new firm, who will do your work promptly and at prices to suit the nard times. Very Respectfully, O. R. RAND, Jr. In assuming charge of the above busi ness, we thank Mr. Pand for his generous words of endorsement, and we assure the public that we shall 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 nrst-ciass wons men. ' We sol cit the patronage of the public. Respectfully, P. R. KING &. SON. Ap'l 24. Goldsboro, N C Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Cf en g cc 2. g CO S i 8 a. I o era t I 3 - g so n 8 if! ssssssasg 1892 Millinery. S. Griffin, rs. Under the Messenger Opera House, Is now displaying attractive novelties IN Spring Millinery, Notions, Flowers and Fancy Goods'; All the latest patterns in EibDons, and the Latest Novelties in Styles ot nats and trimmings pnd a com plete line of Notions. The Ladies are invited and a Cordial Welcome and prompt Attention is assured them April 1-tf. THEY GO! Having Bought the Stock of the BOSTON BARGAIN HOUSE, And wishing to rallies my immense stock I have marked them down. They Tilus t be sold to make ro nu for Sprink stock. A large lot of PANTS EGIi 50 CTS. Starch. Matches. Soap, Lye, Sugar, Rice, Flug cut Smoking Tobacco, liaking Powder, Snuff, Gingh ams, Dress Goods, Shirting and calico at prices that defy competi tion in Goldsboro. Shirts 20cents to Sl.oo Stockings, Boys' Pants, Ladiej' 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. TO BUY A mm HI0HT. EliY WilSHE 'TIS aDE." IS A. c Q Z. z cc Q. CO m CO x m CO w HURTT, IPs snrn ion or! mm u ti on GOLDSBORO. N. O. The Population of Goldsboro Is about 5 000, and we would say that at least one-halt are troubled with some anection ol the throat ana lungs, as those complaints are, accordirg to sta tistics, more numerous than others. We would advise the readers of The Argu not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggists and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam lor the Ihroat and Lungs. Trial size free, f ge bottles 50 cents and $1. Sold druggists Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it gets be yond the reach of medicine. They often say, "un, it win wear away, cut in most casec it wears mem away. uou:a tuey be induced to try the successful medicine Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a posi tive guarantee to cure, they would lmme oiately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.0 Trial size free. At all druggists'. Shiloh's Consumpt ion Cure. This is beyond question the most suc cessful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses invariably cure tne worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wondertul success mtneevre oi consump tion is without a parallel in the history oi medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a coueh we earnestly ask you to try it. Price, 10c., 50c. and $1. If our lungs are sore, chest, vr back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. H. Hill & Son.. Goldsboro, JN. J. 'The handsomest line of Clothing for Men, Boys and Children jost received at . (J. KKHN & JO. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the small price of 75c. to .roe yourself of every symptom of these iistrelling complaints, if you think so call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vi- talizer. every bottle has a printed guaran on it, use accordingly and if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold JV1. Hi. KODinson x uro., woiusooro. The Handsomest Lady in Goldsboro Remarked to a lriend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam lor the Throat and Lungs was a superior rem- dy, aa it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and con vince you ot its merits any druggist will give a sample bottle free; large size 50 cents and $1. s JUST RECEIVED A fine lot Chemise sets which will be sold cheap Call and fTimine. ' C Kern A Co. 1892. Spring iOLDSHOUO. N. C. MAY 1? 852 AKI'SHETOOK." A kis9 he took and a backward look, And her heart grew suddenly lighter; A trifle, you say. to color a day; Yet the dull gray morn seemed brighter. For hearts aire such that a tender touch May banish a look of sadness. A Finall, t-light thing can make us sing, But a frown will check our gladness. The cheeriest ray along our way la the littLi act ci kindness, And the keenest sting, some careless, thing That was done in a moment oi blind - ness. We can bravely face liie in a home where strile No foothold can discover, And be lovers still, if we only will. Though youth. s bright days are over. Ah, sharp as swords cut unkind words That are far beyond recalling. When a face lies hid 'neath a coffta-lid A ndbitter tears are falling, We fain would give half the lievs wo live To undo c ur idle scorning; Then let us not miss the smile and kiss hen we past in the light ol morn ing. Stand Together. A sub-Alliance in Georgia last week passed a resolution to the effect that if the Alliance of Georgia com mitted itself to the St. Louis platform that sub-Alliance would pay no more dnes to the Alliance, but would, forthwith surrender its charter. It took the very proper position that the Alliance had nothing to do with political platforms and that when it got to endorsing political platforms it yiolated its own fundamental law. it seemed that the third party movement was making considerable headway among the Al liance men of Georgia because a few active and ambitious men who were working to promote their own for tunes through this party succeeded in getting a &ood many of the sub- Alliances of that State to endorse the St. Louis platform by makiDg them beheye that it promised a bet l.erment of the condition of the till ers of the soil which they could not expect from any other party. They were told that the farmers or the West were with them and were marching under the same banner to success, They were told this but they haye seen no evidence of it anywhere. They haye seen no stirring of the waters anywhere but in the South, and in the South they see it nowhere but within the Democratic lines. They have seen no Republicans go- ing around among Republicans ar- i xl t 1 1 : l raigmng me juepuuiiuan party, as some men who call themselves Dem- ocrats are going around arraigning the Democratic party and trying to shake confidence in it. Ihey have seen no itepuDiicans renouncing aue- giance to the Republican party and resolving to stand upon the St. Louis platform. Many of the Georgia Alliance men J who at first leaned towards the third party have taken nob; of these things, their suspicions have been aroused and as a result the third party movement is not as strong as IF. Hawley, of Kinston, for the Se it was thirty days ago and is losing niors; Mr. J. C. Biggs, of Oxford, strength every day. lu this State, too, although we do not believe the movement had gained much strength, wc- believe it is losing ground as the people investigate l and realize its inevitable conse quences. At a meeting of Buck horn Alliance, in Chatham county, on the 23d ult., the four following resolutions were adopted and pub lished by request in the Chatham Record : Resolved, 1st. That we do oppose the St. Louis platform in regard to the Government owning and opera ting the railroads. 2d. That we oppose paying Union soldiers the difference between backs and gold. movement 3d. We do oppose the of the third party against the Allr- ance and Democratic party, 4th. That we earnestly believe that the financial relief desired by us will be hindered, if not defeated, by the action of the third party, These resolutions do credit to the good sense of the men who adopted them, and express the sentiments of even Alliannpman who is nanable of doing his own thinking, who ;., v, r uj " o" 1"" " tne finance in iuib otate, wmcn embraces witnin it many or tne most intelligent farmers and best citizens nf iV, Sfgto W hftvs novor had anv fears that with such elements in it, the ambi i- ,i : : t ui. deceptive and demagogical appeals and methods could dominate the I am prepared to do all kinds of dress Alliance and lead it into the devious making at short notice, at my residence iv.:.j n.fUa ah a f,rraA on Ash street near the Graded School, lu, uly T . "L a.. . anu ail we yet iear is mat tuey wiy und email numoers or credulous, confiding and easily duped men here and there, a few in one township and a few in another, which in the ftrsrreeate for the State would nam- ber enough taken from the Demo cratic columns to make it nossihle for the Republicans to capture the State, which they can never do while tne UemoGratic columns remain solid. They have tried that so often and failed under their ablest, most astute, skilled and resourceful lead ership, backed by liberal campaign funds raised at home and contribu ted from the cash box of the nartv North, that they have given it ur in despair. Their only hone of success. and they confess it, is in Democratic dissensions, which may open the way to tnem, and as Williamson, the col ored leader in Franklin county, said, " make the gap wide enough for them (the colored sovereigns) to get in." They had a convention at Raleigh not long ago, when, instead of nomi- natins: a ticket for State officers they resolved to defer that until the Omaha third party convention met in July next, to see what that would do, and to be governed by that as to wnetuer they would put-a ticket in the field or not. The chairman of the convention, aia't-afraid-of-the- devil Eaves, was authorized to call the State committee together if the outlook was encouraging for the election of their ticket, to nominate and throw down the gauge of battle. If in the mean time the breeders of dissension makesatisfactory progress chairnan Eaves will launch his ticket and proceed with the racket. Jsa t this action of the Republi can convention enough to show any Alliauce man of ordinary intelli gence what the game of the Repub lican leaders is, and how they ex pect to win? Don t -the utterances of colored politicians, wherever they have met in convention, show that the third party movement will get no support from the colored voters in thi3 State? If there be anv doubt on that sub ject they should be removed by the tact tnat since some or the sub-Alli- ances have adopted the bt. Lioms platform colured men have with drawn from the Alliance. If all this does not impress upon the white men of North Carolina who have been voting the Demo cratic ticket the importance of stand- together they must be either sadly deficient in intelligence or patriotism. If there ever was a time when Democrats, or men who love North Carolina, whether they be Democrats or not, to stand together that time is now. Wihninqton Star. rniversy Reception, We are glad to learn that the pro gramme of exercises at the Univer- sity commencement will include a grand reception in the Gymnasium Tuesday night, May 31. Music will be furnished by Kessnich's band of Richmond. The Gymnasium wil I, , , i i . i i ,i De nauusorjc.eiy uecorateu anu tne Campus illuminated with Chinese lanterns. There will be no dancing at this reception, but the many visit- ing alumni and friends of the Uni versity win meet in social converse Refreshments will be served. The following floor committee will receive the guests Hon. Fred, Phillips, of Tarboro. for the Trustees; President Chas. D Mclver, of Greensboro, for the Alum ni; Professors Alexander, Toy and Williams, for the r acuity; Mr. Chas and the other Marshals, for the Ju mors: Mr. Thos. Ijittle, of Wades boro, for the Sophomores; Mr Chas R. Turner, of Raleigh, ror thelresn- nier; Mr. F. II. Batchelor, of Ra leigh, for the Liw Class; Mr. Chas S. Mangum, of Chapel Hill, for th. Medical Class. Growing Old Gracefully, "WL it a lovely old lady," I hearc' a man remark, at the opera, lately. "She's quite as beautiful as any girl in tin house. Such color and complexion is rarely seen in a woman passed forty' Indeed, the woman of whom he spoke was lovely., hit lace was ciear ana smooth, her cheeks, Iresh and rosy, hei br5t with perfect health and the cDJOyillcUl Ol llir, oiig uau astcu tui critical "change of life" without tailing into "the sere and yellow leal, asmos American womea do. How had she suc ceeded in doing this? Simply by using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription at a time when nature s'toodin need of some assibtance. She had taken it at the right time. Tn doiner she was wise. Wiser than most women who "trust to luck" in get- tine through the critical and tryin period safely. This standard remedy is Nustr what is needed as such a ti me It s, from girlhood to old age, women s best friend. In all diseases peculiar to the seXj lt accomplishes what no other remedy does a cure. Take it, women, when life's autumn begins, and "grow old gracefully." Your money back if it doesn t heip you. JJiBSS'IViaJiing. where I will be assisted by a first-class seamstress. All work guaranteed. I so licit your patronage. Respectfully, MRS. J. O. PR1YBTT. apl,9-lw. Children Qry for Pitcher's Uastor! Execution Sale! By virtue of executions in my hands in f ivor of the Bank of Wayne and Dewey Bros., vs. the Neuse Lumber Co., I will, at the mills of said company, on the Neuse river near Goldsboro, on the 14th day of May, sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the per sonal property of said Neuse Lumber Co., consisting of lumber on the yard of the company .about 23,000 feet common boards, 36,000 feet scantling, of aiout 146,000 feet logs in the boom, about 88,498 feet of logs on Murphey's land and about 60,192 feet of logs on the line of the A. & N. C. R. R., near Beston,one2-horse wagon, one 1-horse wagon. The following machinery that went through the fire: One 60-horse power engine, made by Dewey Bros., Boston Blower fan and heater for four room dry kiln, one gang rip saw, 1 automatic knife grinder, 1 fan for shaving conveyor, 1 24 inch Glen Coor Planer, 1 14 inch Glen Coor Planer, 1 7 inch Coor Moulder, 1 20 inch Pony Planer, 1 grind stone, 1 rail way cut off saw, 1 6 feet turning lathe, 1 hand lathe, 1 sand-papering machine, 1 boring and ripping machine, 1 spring saw mortiser. Two lumber trucks, 1 gang edger, stern maker, 1 cut-off saw, 1 double cut-off saw, shafting connected to mill, 1 sawdust conveyor, 1 second hand stern saw mill and four circular inserted tooth saws, 1 solid tooth circular saw, 1 portable forge and anvil, hammers, wrenches and all tools with a saw mill, two boats used for handling logs in river, belting and all steam connections and shafting, 1 force pump, Knowby make, and about 400 feet 1 i inch hose, 1 steam jet. Standing tim ber : Murphy timber up Neuse river, 405 trees, estimated 116,000 feet; Overman timber, Cypress Slough and all snial growth, on 12 acres of land, estimated at 45,000 feet ; On Major Uzzell's land on A. & N. O. R. R. line, 1,200 trees estimated at 300,000; Lunceford timber up Neuse river, estimated at 300,000 feet. JAS. H. GRANT, Sheriff of Wayne County. May 3rd, 1892. 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 of the Neuse Lumber Company, consisting of timber interests in Wayne and Johnston coun ties, lumber, logn 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 Neuss near Goldsboro, N. C.fand 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 JNeuse dumber Company, including a dry fan and heater but sugttuy injured by nre; also all stock belonging to said company including sev eral mules and oxen; also wagons, carts and all other personal and real property ot every kind belonging 10 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. if . A. Woodard, C. B. Aycock, March 29, 1892. . Receivers. JN otice ! Having qualified as administrator of the estate of H. W. Crawtord, deceased, all persons 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 15th, 1892. J A3. JU. HUUU, 1 a w, 6 w. Administrator. Notice. The undersigned having been appointed r. ceivers of the Pioneer Lumber Company all persons will pay the same to us, and ail persons holding claims against said com pany are notified to file same with us, duly verified. This April 25th, 1892. F. A. DANIELS, receivers W. R. ALLEN, receivers. 4 w May 4. Goldsboro, N. C. Notice. Having qualified as 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 OiUst make immediate payment. '1 his April 2, 1892. G. T. JVASSOM, Admr. Professional Card. A. G. PERSON, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Fremont, N, C Office Day, Tuesday Morning. BAG&ING AND TIES, MEAT MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE, Matches, Startch, Soap, Etc., GO TO nTtfuiTiT t imrriiiT o nn l uu n n un xi i ii iiniimiu a uu. 1 NEAR POST OFFICE. Oct. 1. Notice. North Carolina, 1 Superior court. Wayne flounty, j W, T. Faircloth, et als Land Sale. vs. I Arlington Wm. Hunter e' als. J Ilotel. By virtue of a decree in the above action I will sell publicly to the high est bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in June next (0th), that lot in the city of Goldsboro, known as the Arlington Hotel property, situ iu d in the South East intersection of East Centre and Chestnut streets and better described in a deed from Jno. R. Sinith to Jno. W. Thompson recorded in Book No. 53, page 263. Terms One-fourth cash, balance in oiip, two and three years in equal sums, with notes aad approved security. Im mediate possession given, This May 2nd, B. AYCOCK, Commissioner! pair O. KBIW ,vU,