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GOLDSBORO N. C MAT 12, 1S92
Saulston Letter.
Saulstost, May 1,0, 1892.
Editor Argus: I seeinvthe Pro
gressive Farmer of May 3rd 'an arti
cle under the head of "Editorial
Notes " which says: "Don't be uneasy
about the straightouts. They will
swallow every bit of the Ocala and
St. Louis rlatforms and beg fori
more," etc.
Mr. Editor, I am a farmer, I carry
in my palms the marks, and there
are many otners line me some ui
whom belong to the Alliance, who
are perfectly satisfied with the Ocala
platform, and are willing that some
thing be added to it. I am satisfied
bat few, if any, of the straightouts
would have raised an objection. But
we remember" several j'ears ago, when
Mr. Greeley was a candidate, we were
advised to do him as we did bad
whisky, "curse him and swallow
him." Y'e did so. And we have
been troubled somewhat with indi
gestion ever since." Then there is no
use, with the present condition of
our stomachs, to try to swallow the
rail roads of the United States; in
fact we don't want, any steam engines
puffing ai d blowing in our stom
achs. Nor do we desire to make
.t ,i - n
railing stock out of our children and
our children's children when we are
gone. And behold some secrets ex-
nosed. But. alas! I fear it's too
late; for the reform press and speak
ers have invariably failed to charge
the Hepublicau party with the evils
that oppress us. Their attacks are
generally against the Democratic
party, and some of its unfaithful
officials, until many good men are
saying they had as so.in have Repub
lican rule as Democratis rule.
They have succeeded thus far in
dividing the white people. And
now, when the possibility of ne
gro supremacy confronts us here in
North Carolina, they cry out "it is a
condition and not mere sentiment;
capture we "critters" to divorce State
and National politics.
While we have the most sacred re
gard for every man's political senti
ments we wish them to understand
that we're not political mormons down
here. They say that nothing more
will be said" about favoring the Ocala
or St. Louis platforms; the politic
ians are sick of that. We can't
speak for the politicians as we are
not one of them! We have no axe to
grind.
But many who favor the St. Louis
platform are bold in saying they will
not vote for any man unless he stands
fair and square upon the St. Loui3
platform, and we admire frankness;
but there are two sides to every
thing. We suppose we will be classed
with the fools and rascals but hard
names do not trouble us.
Respectfully yours,
Straightout Democrat.
Pikeyille Letter.
Bear Argus : Our farmers are
now making preparations to set out
tobacco.
At the municipal election held
here last Monday, the following of
ficers were elected : W, II. Ham,
Mayor ; J. T. Edgerton, J. P. Smith
aud J. W. llosea, Commissioners, It
will be seen that the old Mayor
was re-elected, and the old board of
Commissioners with the exception of
Mr. J. W. llosea.
Mr. Jonathan Garris had the mis
fortune to lose a valuable young colt
last Tuesday. The colt was lying
down in the field and Mr. Garris
drove over him with his cart; just as
the cart got over the colt he jumped
up suddenly, and the bed-pin of the
cart stuck into his back, killing him
instantly.
We are sorry to learn that Paul,
the little two-year-old son of Mr. J.
II. Bailey, who turned over a pot of
hot water on himself some time ago
and was severely scalded, is in quite
a critical condition. J. F. II.
Pikeville, N". C, May 9th, 1892.
Receipt For a Good Town.
Grit.
Vim.
Push.
Snap.
Energy.
Schools.
Morality.
Harmony.
Cordiality.
Advertising.
Talk about it.
Write about it.
Cheap property.
Speak well for it.
Help to improve it.
Advertise in its papers.
Good country tributary.
Patronize its merchants,
Elect good men to office.
Help all public enterprises.
Honest competition in prices.
Make the atmosphere healthy.
Faith exhibited by good works.
Fire all loafers, croakers and dead
beats. Let your object be the wel
fare, growth "and promotion of your
town and its people. Speak well of
the public spirited men, and also be
one yourself,
Keferm la Politics,
Our contemporary, the Progres
sive farmer, which seemed a lit
tle while back mueh enamoured cf I
the Third Party, haa now, like
Brother Strond who, by the way,
appears to be the weather cock of
the walk in his neighborhood
changed its tune, and asserts that
the people ought to go into the
Democratic primaries. But the
object is not concealed. The pur
pose is distinctively avowed. Uome
on, boys, and let s put the bt.
Louis demands in the Democratic
platform! Rally rip, ye whilom
Third Party men, cloak
u p you r
Third partyism, " and whether Re
publican or Prohibitionists, white
or black, no matter, make a break
for the primaries and slap, dash I
UK TK; Po,(n n UtfArm I ho I
l.lVy iUll J 1 IT lilOUUIUl 111 t."V
We will capture the old -Demo
cratic ship of Zion, and turn her
into a Third party craft under the
lead of Peffer and Mrs. Lease,
Polk, Weaver and Miss Dickinson,
and the rest of the dashing Re
formers,
It is no longer rally Democrats
to the Democratic primaries, but j
come on you Reformers, without
regard to party or color.
We make another quotation:
"Let every retorm speaker, ev-
ery reform paper, every private in
reform ranks throw aside personal
and party preference and go in lor
solid reform ana honest govern
ment in North Carolina this year.
.begin in the primaries and keep
on till yon get to the State Con
yention. Then call a halt and see
what has been done."
Work up to the State Conven
tion and then call a halt and Pee
how successful yon have been. If
you have not won the fizht, the
original Third party programme
will be carried out.
It vou do win, why then we
will nominate as electors men who
will yote for the Third Party nom
mee tor 1'resident. Ana tnis is
reform in politics.
If common honesty in North
Carolina does not set its seal of
condemnation on sncn a purpose,
we very much mistake the general
character of our people. Raleigh
JSews and Observer,
When a n an of familv finds himself at
tacked by a violent cold it is his duty to
relieve the anxiety of his wife and child-
fen and seek a remedy immediately Dr.
iiull s vJoneh Svrup costs ontv .25 cents a
bottle, and a fiw doses will will eive in
stant relief.
Neither a borrower nor a lender be;
but take your own money and go to
yaur druggist, and buy yourself a bottle
ot balvation Oil lor your sprains, ache
and pains.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A
marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diptheria
Canker mouth, Headache. With each
bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector
fori the more successful treatment of these
complaints without extra charge Sold by I
J H Hill & Son Goldsboro, C
Notice cf Sale of Lumber
Plant.
Under End bv virtue of an o-der of the Su
nprior Court of Wavne County .North Carolina
in the case of I. F. Hill vs. The Fioneer Luin-
lmrftimtMnv. et als. we shall sell, for cash, bv
Sublic auction., at 12 o'clock m., on Monday,
une 6th, 1892, at the office of The Pioneer
T.nmhfir fiomnnnv. Mount Olive. Wavne
Cou nty, N.C.. the entire'plant of The Pioneer
.Lumber Company, consisting or saw mins,
planing m ils, dry hou-es, etc., etc., including
the tract of land, containing 3 acres, more or
less, upon which the sate is situated, which
has been iu operation lor 2 year?, is now in
srood running order, and fhich cost over $20,
000; together with all the timber, lumber and
private property of the sa'.d company.
A tiue opportunity to secure a nrst-claes
Lumber Plant in a good section of North
Carolina.
P. A. DANIELS,
W. K. ALLEN, Receivers.
May 6th , '93 Goldsboro, N. C.
Answer this 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 Appe tite, coming up o
the food. Yellow Skin, when for 75c we
will sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, euaran
teed to cure them. Sold by J. H. Hill &
Son, Goldsboro, N.JD.
SPECIAL NOTICE!
We have ;on nana a
limited supply of seed
RICE, which we are sell
ing to planters at prime
costr We "have also at
our Mills here different
grades of cleaned RICE
whichwe are offering at
low figures.
Write for samples and
prices.
Very Respectfully,
Carolina Rice Milling Go.
GOLDS BOKO, N. ,0
Nov. 20th '91 1 yr.
Absolutely Pure
A crem of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest U. S. Government Food Report
KOYAL J3AKING JfOWDKR UO
,.-., 1irll C 1 "KT V
Buoklen a Arnica Salvf.
Thb Best Salve m the world forCnts.
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tstter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Bfcin irruptions, and.. po6i-
tively cures Files, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give peritct satisiaction
or money
reiunaeci. trice ss cents
pel
box. For sHle by J. 11. Mill us aon.
This is what vou ought to ha-re, m lact
vou must nave it. to luiiv emoy me.
Thousands are searching for it daily, and
mourning because they hnd it not. 1 hou
sanda upon thousands of dollars are spent
annual' y by our people in the hope that
they may attain tins noon, -a.no. yet it
mav be had bv all. V e guarantee that
Electric Bitters, if used according to direc
tions and the use persisted in, will bring
vou Good Digestion and oust the demon
Dyspepsia and install instead Eupepsy.
We recommend Electric Bittera for Dys
pepsia and all diseases of Liver. P- nvi 1
and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and f ' i
bottle dy . H. Hill S Son Druggis ..
The New Discovery.
You have heard your friends and neigh-I
hors talking ahout it. You mav vourseli I
be one of the many who know from per
sonal experience jnsfc how good a thing
it is. If you have ever tried it, you are
one of its staunch friends, because the
wonderful thinsr abont it i, that when
once given a trial, Dr. King's New Dis
covery ever after holds a place in the
house. 11 you have never used it and
should be afflicted with a cough, cold or
any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure
a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It
is guaranteed every time, or money refun
ded. Trial bottles free at J. II. Hill &
Son's drug store.
-AT THE
MULTITuDE OF PEOPLE !
THEY FLOCK TO OUR
LARGE AND WELL FILLED
GROCERY STORE, WHERE
THEY CAN GET ANYTHING
IN THE LINE OF HEAVY
AND
FANCY GROCERIES,
QF THE BEST QUALITY AT
VERY LOW PRICES. THEY
COME TO BUY OUR FINE
GRADES OF FLOUR.MEATS,
LARD, CANNED TOMA
TOES, CORN, BEANS,
PEACHES, APRICOT S, '
. OLIVES, PICKLES, BEEF,
FRENCH SARDINES, SAL
MON.LOBSTERS AND NUM.
BERS OF OTHERS TOO
NUMEROUS TO MENTION,
A
LL OF WHICH IS OF o
THE FINEST QU&.LITY
VERMONT CREAMERY BUT
TER FRESH FROM THE
CHURN.BEST LINE CA KES,
CRACKERS, BOSS BISCUITS
IN THE CITY. WE COR
DIALLY INVITE YOU ALL
TO COME.
You will find ours the place to supply
your wants. 3Pf"Tbe country mer
char t's interest carefully guard
ed. "We buy for cash and
in quantities that ena
ble us to sell to
their benefit."
Bizzell Bros. & Co.
April 27-92.
SHOO FLY Iff
KEEP THE FLIES - " .
OUT OF YOUR VICTUALS
BY USING STICKY FLY
PAPER. NO TROUBLE AND
LITTLE EXPENSE. BEATS
ANY FLY TRAP IN EXISTENCE.
PARIS GREEN KILLS
POTATO BUGS. WE KEEP IT.
MILLER & SHANNON.
By using Hall s Hair Renewer gray,
faded or discolored hair as semes jhe natu
ral color of youth, and grows luxuriant
and strong, pleasing everybody.
1
mi
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ABIG-STOOK
OF
SPRING GOODS.
Call and Examine My Stock.
Calico 3 to 6 cts, Ribbon 5 to 20 cts.
Dress goods 37 inches wide,
wool finisn 12i cents per yard.
Cheviots 8 cents.
Heavy Homespun 5 and 6 cents.
Unbleached domestics 4 and 6 cents
Heavy Drilling 7 per yard.
Bleaching 44 to 9f best.
White and red flannel 20 and 25 Cts.
Pants goods from 8 to 35 cts: al wooi.
Bed ticking from 7 J to 18 cts.
Umghams b to 9 cts,
Sateen 6 cents.
Checked muslin 5 to 9 cts.
Suspenders 10 cts.wire buckles 2Dc.
Yard wide Cress goods 9 cts.
- Lace and Hamburgs cheap.
NOTIONS. NOTIONS.
A. fine unlaundered shirt for 40 cts.
Laundered shirts far 50 cts.
Socks and stockings 5 cents.
Oil Cloth 25 per yard.
Umbrellas from 45 cents to 1.00.
Belts 10 to 25 cents.
Corsets 22 to 50 cents.
Candy, cakes and confectioneries
Flannelette shirts 25 cents,
patent medicines cheap
Reliable parched coffee 25o per pound.
TOBACCO TOBACCO.
Tobacco, 8 kinds for 25 cents.
A big job in tobacco at 20 to 50 cts lb.
' Red Eye" 50 cts.
Cigars 1 to 5 cts, Smiff 30 to 40 cts.
Crockery goods and willow ware.
Lamps from 20 to 75 cents.
Cups and saucers 25 cts and up.
Plates and dishes cheap.
Sugar 5c. and coffee 16 J cts.
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.
" admit the above are cut prices, but i buy
lor casn. aausiaction guaranteed
or money refunded.
The Hustler,
Uii T
EDMUNDS0N,
LI.'
Opposite Hill s drug store) Walnut
St.
Goldsboro. N. C.
POINTERS
J8 I was walking
along the
street a
to me:
gentleman
remarked
Well, yon did'nt blow that
" coffee too much. My wife
says it s the hne6t we eyer had
and she Bays yon cannot eay
too much in its favor."
nother comes in and says:
ave you anv more ot tnose
nice apples yon sent me
some time ago? Well, send
me some. I got some yester-
flav from Mpssrs & Do.
but they were no good and we
uau to eenu mem duck.
T"! ere comes another who lijes a
J linndrfid milpo hwav:
j -
S-5
that flour like I need to set
of you. I can get nothing like
it where I live.
IN
ow, it takes no boiomon to ten
. rt .ill
what all this means, but if
you do not catch on we will
say that it means just this:
We krep the finest goods to
be had, and housekeepers who
stndy their own interest appre
ciate the fact and give us their
patronage.
I Offer for this veek
FERRIS' DELICIOUS HAMS AND
BACON.SEAL BRAND COFFEE,
OUR BLEND COFFEE,-
CHASE & SANBORNE'S
FINEST TEAS,
OBELISK FLOUR,
VahDbveb & Holmes1
WAFERETTS, QUEEN OLIVES,
FERRIS PRIED BEEF,
DUNBAR BUTTER, (Nothing finer.)
SILVER CHURN BUTTERINE.
EVAPORATED APPLES,
DRIED PEACHES, "
PITTED CHERRIES,
TRIPPLE EXTRACTS,
THE VERY FINEST QUALITY.
L B. FONVIELLE.
Cor West Centre and Chestnut Sts.
Pin
IMP
SPRING
11
OF
B. WEIL & BROS.
We would call the
attention of our Mends and
patrons to th3 large array
of Spring and Summer goods
whichlwe are now display
ing in our
Clothing, Shoe
AND
Dry Goods
Department.
We are showing full and
complete lines in the
respective stores.
Clothing, and Furnishings
for Men, Boys and
Children.
Shoes for all ages and Sizes.
Dress Goods in Wool,
Silk and Cotton Fab
rics, the prettiest
Ever exhibited to a Goldsboro Comma nit y
Straw Matting.
At Prices Lower than
ever before
We invite your inspection,
Weil & Bl'OS.
Bids for City Garbage.
Mayor's Office,
Goldsboro, N. C, May 5, 1892.
Sealed bids will be received at this
office until 12 o'clock, M , May ICtb,
1892, tor the City garbage for 12 months
beginning June 1st, 1892. Bidders will
state highest price they will pay for
the same to be delivered by the City,
and the lowest price for which same
will be remoyed by the biddor, the re
moval to be under the supervision oi
the Street Commissioner. Parties bid
ding under the first provision will
name place and exact distance from
City Headquarters to which garbage is
to be delivered. Sufficient bonds in
either case will be required by the City,
and the City reserves the right to reject
aay or all bids.
A. B. HOLLO WELL, Mayor.
Ginn'sJJrocery.
JJAVISG RECENTLY CHANGED
mv business to tl. .t of Groceries exclu
sively, I invite the public to seek my
corner store,on John au I Market streets,
when in need ol
Fresh Groceries,
IS. 0 Hams,
Spring Chickens
AND
QOUNTRY PRODUCE.
I keep a full stock of everything.
When you can't find anything you want
anvwhere else, be sure you will find it
at my corner grocery. Respectlully,
J. T. GINN.
M
IE IT
GARTEN
TER-CHLORIDE
OF GOLD
Sure, Safe and Speedy Cure.
FOR ABNORMAL APPETITES FOR
Liquor, Opium and Tobacco.
SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE o
r abnormal and uncontrolable appe
tites for alcoholic stimulants.ooium and
tobacco. AfU-r submitting the treat
ment to the severest tests, and made
urnier ai many varied conditions as
possible, it has proven entirely satis
fact ry, and is pronounced by those
competent to judge to be the safest and
most agreeable treatment in use.
VERY DEPARTURE FROM
-o
old beaten paths meets with serious,
sujlxrn oppos.tion. .Tenner found
violent enemies to vaccination. Harvey
nearly lost his life by discovering and
announcing the circulation of blood.
S thvs "Gold Cure" for the Liquor,
O ium and Tobacco habit, is bejng
seriously combatted ; but it has seience
on its side, and has accomplished re
sclts (hat are incontrovertible, and
thousands of those whom its treatment
has enfranchised from t ;e thraldom of
Liquor, Opium and Tobacco, bear tes
timony daily to their restoration to
health, strength, normal appetite3 and
effective will power.
F Til lillZ I? AN YT1 1 ING IN-a
medi inesasantid tcs for diseases anil
that tjeie Ls, science has long since es
tablished and nature substantiated
then why should this particular anti
dote f r the liquor, opium and tobaef.i
habit b 2 combatted at all : and this, too,
in the face of its most wonderful ac
complishments of desired results.
1
HAVE GIVEN THE TER o
Chloride of Gold treatment careful
study and I am now prepared to ad
minister it to any who may be desirous
of having recourse to its saving merits-
MUST TREAT ALL PA o
ticnts personally, and to this end
must have them under my immediate
supervision.
!3P"For terms and particulars I can be
written to or consulted at my oflice in
this city.
RESPECTFULLY,
M.E.ROBINSON, M.I).
Glen Alpine Station, N. C, Feb.
This is to certify that three years ago
I had my left leg amputated four inches
b-'low the knee, caused by blood poison
and bone affection. After it was ampu
tated there came a running ulcer on the
.-nd of it that measured 31 inches one
way and 4 inches the other, and con
tinued growing worse every day until
a short time ago. I was given up to
die by the best doctors in Charlotte. I
heard of the wonderful B. B. B. Ire-
solved to try that. My weight at the
time I commenced B. B. B. was 120
pounds. When I had taken three bot
tles 1 gained 37 pounds in weight, when
I had taken twe've bottles I was sound
and well, but continued taking until I
had taken fifteen bottles. I now weigh
180 pounds and measure five feet and
three inches high. I contend that your
medicines has no equal as a blood pu
rifier. It certainly worked like a charm.
J. R WILSON.
For sale by J. H. Hill & Son
Goldsboro N. C.
WHY
THE AMERICAN
RAMBLER
Is the BEST WHEEL ON THE MABKET this rear.
BECAUSE
tne combination of
the celebrated G. A J.
Pnenmatlo Tire and
Spring Frame makes riding on it a luxury.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
Send for Illustrated
Catalogue.
G0RMULLY
A JEFFERY
MT'G CO.,
Washington, D.C.
KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29,1891
Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrsll, N. C:
Dear Madam--As I have been cured or
a maligr.ant case of ulceration of the note
produced by catarrh, by the use of twelve
bottles of Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy, I
take pleasure in recommending it to the
public. Respectfully,
Mra. J. M. WHITE,
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