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SpringJMIHinBry. 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 in Ribbons, and the Latest Novelties in Styles of Hats . and trimmings and a com plete line of Notions. O The Ladies are invited and a Cordial Welcome and prompt Attention is . assured Ithemj April 1-tf . Goldsboro IROH WORKS P. R. KING &SON Proprietors. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF lhiUiq Si Miciissij Supplies .Repairing A Specialty. . o Plans, estimates and prices Furnished on Application. We guarantee satisfaction in every instance. P. R. KING & SON. Successor to O. R. Rsnd, Jr. Q Z o z DC OL CD 'TO BUYATBSH8 RIGHT. BUY WHFrtE 'TIS HADE." 8 JOl CO c s 2 m CO m CO - D..W. HURTT, Merchant Tailor! GOLDSBORO. N. O. UOIiDBBORO MAUKKTB. Corrected Daily by B. Wholesale ProTtaion r3ler. M. Prlvett and Urain THE MOST CONVENIENT TRUNK EVER DEVISED. The Tray is arranged to roll back, leaving the bottom of the Trunk easy of access Nnriilncr tn Viralr oar set ont of OrdfttV. The Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy this style is a guarantee that you will get the strongest Trunk made. . , It your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the manufacturers, H. W. R0UNTREE& BR0.V Richmond, Va. ROLLER TRAY TRUNK The Daily Argus: for Infanta and Children. "Caatori fa bo iroll adapted to children that I recommend it aa superior to any prescription known to me." H. A.jUtcBn, H. D., Ill So. Oxlord StT, Brooklyn, N. T. "The use of 'Castorla is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a wort of supererogation to endorse it Few are toe Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla within easy reach." Carlos Haamt, D.B., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Bet ormed Church. Castorla eures Colic, CoasMpatiotv Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives Bleep, and promo eestioi tthoutii injurious medicatlo " For several years I have recommended your ' Castoria, and shall always continue to do so as it baa invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Parces, If . D., M TUa Wiothrop," 128th Street and 7th Avo New York Citjt Tex.Csirratm OoHPiJrr, 77 MoaEAT Ssaxar, K Ton. SPRING GOODs. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF WHITE GOODS, In plain and checked lawn Hamburg- edging, Flouncing and laces, also & Beautiful line of Ginghams. We have received a full and complete line of SPRING OLOTII ING FOE MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. J6-Give us a call before vou make your purchasto a KEEN & CO UiOIJ)3BORO. H. C JUNE 30 '892. The National Democratic Platform, The report of the Platform Com mittee was as follow: Sec. 1. Representatives of the Democratic party of the United States, in National Convention as 8embledjdo reaffirm their alleg iance to the principles of the party as formulated by Jefferson and ex emplified by a long and illustrious line of his successors in the Denin ocrat leadership, from Madison to Cleveland. We believe the public welfare demands that these prin ciples be applied to the conduct of the Federal Government through the accession to power of the party that advocates them, and we sol emnly declare that the need of a return to these fundamental princi ples ot tree popular government, based on home rule and individual libeity, wae never more urgent than now, when the tendency to centralize all power at the Federal Capital has become a menace to the reserved rights ot the etatee, and that strikes at the very roots of our Government under the consti tution as fia ned by the fathers of the Republic. Sec. 2. We warn the people o our country, iealous for the pre servation ot their free institutions. that the policy of Federal control ot elections to which the Republi can party has committed itseli frought with the gravest danger scarcely less momentous then would result from a revolution, practically establishing monarchy on the ruins of the republie; it strikes at the North as well as at the ftouth and ininres the colorod citizens more than the white. I means a Lorde of deputy marshes at every polling place armed will Federal authority, outrage of the electorial right of the people : several States, eubiaaation oft! colored people in control cftho party in power, and the reviving of race antagonisms now happi.y STILL IN THE LEAD COUNTRY PRODUCE. SOUTHERLAND'8 ottcn 7 Hamj 12 Bides 9 a 10 Rhoulders 8 a 9 Trd . 9 a W Fodder 90 a 1 00 Corn Meal 80 a 65 tf8M 0 0 1 00 Peanut 65 870 Oata Kmrs W 11 thiol ens 15 a 80 Bees Wax 30 a M Hidnti 5 a 6 S. h. HAWES & CO., DEALERS IN- 00A RICHMOND, Va May 17, lm, d. J W LAMB. NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE OFFERING BARGAINS lit GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Fane Livery in, single or dpule teama. Gentlemen and, adjes saddle Worses. Prompt sprvJceXand satisfaction assured. Fine Hand-made Harness A Specialty. Dealer in Buecles. Wagons, WV Har ness, bauues, n.u. GIVE Mii V ,.. GET ON TO A FEW OF OUR PRICES: Shoes from 25 eta to $ 5 a pair, worth from $4 to $6." v Hats from 25 cts to $ 3, worth a great deal more money. 500 Dozen collars and cuffs from 8 to 12$ cts, worth from 12 to 20 cts. White Shirts from 48 cts to 1.25. Job lot White Shirts, size 14 only, 50 cts, worth 75. Corsets from 24 cts tip. Clark's spool cotton, 6 spools for 25 cts. Kerr's cotton 4 cts. Brainer & Armstrong's silk 8 cts, twist 2i. Ball thread 1 ct aball. Bleached goods, Sea Island goods, etc, at bottom prices. ' Dress goods at reduced prices. Tinware and crockery low down Table oil cloth 23 eta; North Carolina plaids 4 cts. Buggy harness and saddlery at reduced -orices. Our unbreakable whips only 20 cts. Good tobacco 25 cts lb. Good coffee 17i cts, Starch 5cts lb. 7" xy Truly, Southerland's New York Bargain Store- S500 Reward. WE will pay the above reward for any case iiiver complaint, uyspepsia, oxca Headache, In digestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West s Vegetable Liver Pills.when the aii-ecuons are strictly complied wnn. ney arc purely vegetable, and - never tail to give satisfaction. Sugnr Coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Pills, 25 cents. -Beware oi counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactured only by the JOHN o. west COMPANY, CHICA.OO, ILL. abated. Of the utmost peril to tL safety and happiness of all, it is do scribed by a leading Republican Senator as "the most infamous bi!I that ever pae -edthe threshold of Senate." Such policy, if Banclionc i by law, would mean the domina tion of a self-perpetuating oligarchy of the officeholders, and party first entrusted wi'i its machinery could be dislodged irom power only by an appeal to the reserved rights ot the people to resist oppression, which is inherent in all self-governing communities. Two years ago this revolutionary policy was em phatically condemned by the peo ple at the polls, but in contempt of that verdict the Republican party has defiantly declared in its latest authoritative utterance that its success in the - coming election will mean enactment of the Force bill and usurpation ot despotic control over elections in all the States. ' iJelieving that the pre servation of a Republican form of government in the United States is dependent UDon the defeat of this policy of legalized force and fraud, we invite the support of all citizens who desire to see the Con stitution maintained in its integ rity with laws pursuant thereto, which have given our country an hundred years of unexampled prosperity, and we pledge the Democoatic party, it it be entrust ed with power, not only to defeat the Force bill, but also to relentless opposition to the Republican policy ot profligate expenditure, wnicn in the short space of two years bus squandered an enormous surplus and emptied an overflowing Trea sury, after piling new burdens of taxation upon the already oyer taxed labor of the country. Ward S TOnSOnal FalaCe See 3. (Substitute offered by the of the beneficent results that will follow the action of the people in entrusting power to the Democratic party. Since the McKinley tariff went into operation there have been ten reductions of wages of laboring men to one increase. We deny that there has been any in crease of prosperity to the country since that tariff went into opera tion, and we point to dullness and distress, wage 1 reductions and strikes in the iron trade, as the best possible evidence that no such prosperity has resulted from the McKinley act. We call the atten tion of thoughtful Americans to the fact that after thirty years of restrictive taxes against importa tion of foreign wealth in exchange for our agricultural surplus, the homes and farms of the country have become burdened with a real estate mortgage debt of over $2, 500,000,000, exclusive of all other forms of indebtedness; that in one of the chief agricultural States of the West there appear real estate mortgage debts averaging $165 per capita ot the total population, and that a similar condition and tend en ciee are shown to exist in the agri cultural States. We denounce the policy which iosters no industry so niucu as it does that of the sheriff Sec. 4. Trade interchange on the basis of rt jiprocal advantages to the countries partcipating is a timeshonored doctrine of the Bern ocratic faith, but we denounce sham reciprocity, which juggles with the people's desire for en t l r ' , . . isrgeu xoreign marueta ana pre tends to cstarjiisn closer trade re lations for a country whose articles of export are almost exclusively agricultural products, with other countries that are abo agricultural, while ereeticg the custom-house barrier of prohibition taxes a gainst the ncbesr countries of the world that etand ready to take our entire surplus of prot!:icfs and to ex change there-'or commodities which are necessaries and the comforts of life among onrown people. Sec. 5. We recognize in trusts end combinations, which are dea einod to enable capital to secure wore tbm its just share of the joint product of capital and labor, the rnturai eon sequence of prohibitive tnxes. wireu prevent tree corapej tition wjiica is tae lite ot honest trade; but we believe these evils can be abated by Jaw, and mand a rigid enforcement Soldby M. E. boro. N. C. Robinson & Bro. Goldt- Mri Having qualified as administrator ol the estate of II. W. Crawford, deceased, al persons holding claims against said estate are notified to present them for payment to'th 13th daV of Awril. 1893. or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of their recov-J try. April 10th, lasns. 3 J AS, M. WOOD, WHV THE AMERICAN II I RAMBLER In the BEST WHEEL ON TUB HUtKKT to la year. lffi A 1 1 K V the celebrated O. ft J. ULufllJiJL Pneumatic Tiro and Spring Frame makes riding on It a luxury. TRY IT AND BE tUBHHUtu. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. GORMUllif A JEFFERY ' rFa co- Washington, D. C. Nothing succeedalike sucess : this aa& boeu the exoerience of A. D. Waid. the Bar bet I since he ooened business in. Goldsboro. entil he ia now able to anuounce to tbe public tltat I he has got the best equipped ait most eatla-1 laotory xonsoriai aiaoe in the state. All the DoDular Barbers of the citv are urf m ployed in his establishment, proc " and oourtnoua. as rouovre : JIM BA'l ff. aON PBACH CHARLBS BE?' Wm. BBSX. Continuing to thank tho public ' :aer- ous patronage they have extended iSBinoe I moved with my family Goldsboro and pur nhased a home here, and assuring them that I shall continue to exercise my best efforts lor their continuedoemfort and satisfaction in my line I remain - Verj 'Pgrji At Fordham's old stand. Fast Centre Street Goldsboro N. CESEI KINSTON, N. C, SEP. 29, 1891 Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrll, N. ,C: Dear Madam As I have been cured oi a maligLant case of ulceration of the nose 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, ' Mrs. J. M. WHITE. ChHdreoCrv for. Pitcher's Castorla; minority and adopted. We dea nounce lie i ubhean protection as a fraud o:i the labor of the great maionty of the American people for the benefit of the few. We de, clare it to be the fundaments principle of the Democratic party that the Federal Government has no constitutional power to impo and collect tariff duties except for purposes of revenue only. Au nlause and cheers.l And wede? mand that the collection ofsncl taxes shall be limited to the necc sities of the Government when honestly and economically admin i tered. fApolause.! We denounce the Mckinley tariff law enacted b the Fifty-lirei Congress as tl culminating atrocity of class-legt lation. We endoree the enor made hy the. Democrats of th present . Congress to modify most oppressive features in the di rection of free raw materials an cheaper manufactured goods that enter into general ; consumption and we promise its repeal as one we de of the laws made to prevent and control them, together with snclr further cgislatioa in restraint of their abuses as experience may show to be necessary. , Sec. 6. Ihe Kepubhcan party, while professing a policv of reserve ing public lands tor small holdings by actual settlers, has given away the people's heritage till now a few railroads and non-resident aliens. individual or co-operate, possess a arger area than that of all our arms between the two eeas. The aBt Democratic Administration reversed tne improvident and un wise policy ot the .Republican party touching the publ'c domain and reclaimed trom corporations and syndicates alien and domes tic and restored to the people, nearly one hundred million acres of valuable ground, to be sacredly held as homesteads tor our citizens: and we pledge burselves to con tinue this policy until every acre of land so unlawfully, held, shall be reclaimed and restored to the people. Sec. 7. We denounce JKepubli can legislation known ab the Sher man act ot lbyO, as a cowardly make-shitt frought with possibu ities of danger in the future, which should make all its supporters, well as its authors, anxious tor its speedy repeal. We hold to the use of both gold and silver as standard money of the country, and to coinage ol both gold and silver without dis criminating against either metal or charge for mintage, but the dollar unit for coinage ot both metals must be of equal intrinsic and un changeable value, or be adjusted through international agreement or by such safe-guards ot legislation as shall m6ure maintenance ot parity of the two metala, and the equal power of every, dollar at all times m the market and in tne payment of debts, and we demand that all paper currency shall be kept at par with and redeemable in such coin. We insist upon this policy as especially necessary" for ehe protection of farmers and labor ing classes the hrst and most de fenceless victim of unstable money and fiuctuative currency. Sec. 8. We recommend that the prohibitory ten per . cent, on tax on State bank issues he repealed. Sec. 9. Public office is a public trust. We reamrm the declaration of the Democratic National Con vention of 1876, for leform of the civil service and we call for honest enforcement ot all laws regulating the same. The nomination of President, as in the recent Repub lican Convention, by dclcgitions composed largely of his appointee?, haying office at his pleasure, is p. scandalous satire upon a frco peo ple s institutions and a ct.Trtms illustration of the metlio-Ja !,- which the President" may cro'ilr his ambition. We denounce the policy under which Federal ofii---e holders usurp control of psrfy con yen tiona in the States, a:'i wo pledge the Democratic p n 'y to reform these and all other nv.-ur, which threaten individul 1'ticu-tv and local self government. Sec, 10. Ihe Democratic ?;artv 13 the only party that hus given th.; country a foreign policy, co i-i-:; ;i ; and yigorons, compelling res'vor, abroad and inspiring conik'oi'ee i r, home. While avoiding ent:n!;-v- alliances, ife ha3 aimed to euUiv.jo friendly relations with other nalioi;;, and especially with our neighbors on the American continent, wnosc des tiny is closely linked with our own, and we view with alarm th.- tend ency to a policy of irritaciou nnd bluster which is liable at any time to confront us with the alternative of humiliation or war : We favor the maintenance of a navy strong chough for all purposes of national defence and to properly maintain the honor and dignity of the country abroad. Sec. 11. Condemns the oppression practiced by the Russian G jvern ment upon its Lutheran and Jewish subjects, and culls on the Govern ment to use its best efforts to bring about a cessation of these cruel per secutions. . Sec. 12, Demands rigid enforce ment of law3 against Chinese immi gration and the importation oi: for eign workmen under contract. Sec. 13. It favors just and lib eral pensions for all disabled Union soldiers, their wiyes and dependents, and denounces the present adminis tration of the pension office cor rupt, disgraceful and dishonest. Sec. 14. Favor3 aid to river a.ui. harbor improvements. Sec. 15. Recognizes the impc-i taiiL- ance of the Nicaragua canal and its protection against foreign control. Sec. 10. bavors financial aid by Congress to the World's Columbian Exposition. Sec. 17. Is in relation to pua.ic schools, recommending lib.-ml Stute aid and non-interference v itn pa rental rights and rights of co: sci ence. Sec. 18. Favors admission of Ter ritories haying necessary popu'r.tiou and revenues, and that officii 3 should be bona fide residents o". Ter ritories. Sec. 19. Favors legislation to pro tect the lives and limbs of nii . iy employes and other hazardous trans portation companies. Sec. 20. favors enactment or. State laws for abolition of con tract convict labor, and for proliiWitii -g employment in factories of chiUI'.vn under nf teen years ot age. Sec. 22. Opposes all sumptuary laws. 8,02 p. m. Mr. Wattersou de nounced the tariff plank in tl e plat form as a Btraddle, that sheiuu not be reported. Mr. Jones, of Missouri, s i t tne committee accepts the amendmont of the gentleman from Ohio, Idr. Neal. and a motion to sub!iiule the minority tariff plank for that in the majority report made by Mr. JNoal was adopted 8.58 Mr. Patterson, of C ! a idi, took the platform to present a sub stitute for the silyer plunk in the majority report. Mr. Patterson ad vocated changing tne coinage pane to- read free coinage ot gold and silver, the unit to be of equal in trinsic and exchangeable value. Mr. Patterson was frequently interrui ted. The motion to adopt the euiisu- tute for the silyer plank was io.it, and the platform was adopted. On the hrst ballot the vote stood as follows : Cleveland 617i, Hill, 112; Boies, 203; Gorman, 36i; Stevenson, lOn; Morrison, 5; Carlisle, 15; Campbell, 1; Patterson, l;Whitney, 1; Russell, 1. 3.44 a. m. Texas changed her vote to Cleveland 30. - West Virginia and Maryland changed,!! and 16 votes respectively, for Cleveland. Ohio moved the rules be suspended and Cleveland be made the nominee by acclamation. Daniel of Virginia seconded the motion. Cheering all .i i rr i l . I'll over the nail, rue gauenes sua crowded. Mr. Flower seconded the motion to make the nomination unanimous. The motion to suspend the rnlr 3 and declare Cleveland the nominee by acclamation wa3 carried. ZETOIEB BAGGING AND TIES, MEAT Matches, MEAL SUGAR, COFFEE, Qtartdi Clnsn Vi GO TO LATHAM &. NEAR POST 'OFFICE. Oct.1. i iw.Jt, Administrator.