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The Daily Argus.
GOLDSBORO N, C, AUG. 5, 1892.
DEMOCRATIC PJjATFOUM.
The following i3 the State Dem
ocratic platform as enunciated by
the State Convention in assembly
May 18th :
liesolvedy 1. That the Demoe
racy of North Carolina reaffirm the
principles of the Democratic
party, both State and National,
and particularly favor the free
coinage of silver and an increase
of the currency, and the repeal of
the internal revenue system. And
we denounce the McKinley tariff
bill as nnjnst to the consumers ot
the country, and leading to the
formation of trusts, combines and
monopolies which have oppressed
the people ; the unnecessary and
burdensome increase in the tax on
cotton ties and on tin, so largely
need by the poorer portion of the
people. Wo likewise denounce
the iniquitous Force bill, which is
not yet abandoned by the Republi
can party, but is being used as a
measure to be adopted as soon as
they gain control of the House of
Representatives, the purpose and
effect ot which measure will be to
establish a second period of recon
struction in the Southern States, to
subvert the liberties of our people
and innaiiisa newrace antagonism
anc 33jcional ammosities.
2. That we demand financial re
form, and the enactment ot laws
that will remove the burdens of the
people relative to the existing ag
ricnltural depression, and do full
and ample iustice to the farmers
and laborers of our country.
3. That we demand the abolition
ot national banks, and the substi
tuting of legal tender Treastry
notes, issued in sufficient volume
to do the business ot the country
on a cash system, regulating the
amount needed on a per capiti ba,
sis as the business interests l'the
country expand, and that all mons
ey issued by the government shall
be legal tender in payment ot
debts, both public and private.
4. That we demand that Con
gress shall pass such laws as shall
effectually prevent the dealing in
futureB of all agricultural and me
chanical productions, provide such
a stringent system of procedure in
trials as shall secure prompt con
viction and imposing such penal
ties as shall secure most perfect
compliance with the law.
5. That we demand the free and
unlimited coinage of silver.
6. That we demand the passage
of laws prohibiting the alien owns
ership of land, and that Congress
take early steps to devise some
plan to obtain all lands now owned
by alien and foreign syndicates;
and that all lands now held by
railroads and other corporations,
in excess of such as i actually
needed by them, be reclaimed by
the government and held tor act
r.al settlers only.
7. Believing in the doctrine oi
"equal rights to all - and. special
privileges to none, we demand
that taxation, National or State,
shall not be used to build up one
interest or class at the expense ot
nother. We believe that the
money of the country should be
kept as much as possible in the
hands of the people, and hence we
demand that all revenues. Nation
al, State or county, shall be limited
to the neccesary expenses of the
government, economically and hon
cetly administered.
8. That Congress issue a suffin
circnt amount of fractional paper
currency to facilitate the exchange
through the medium of the United
btates mail.
9. That the General Assembly
pass such laws as will make the
public school system more effec
tive that the blessing of education
may be extended to all the people
ot the btate alike.
10: That we favor a graduated
tax on incomes.
STATESVILLE COLLEGE,
STATESVI LLE, N. C.
Mns. FANNIE E. WALTON, Principal.
The
next Term begins Wednesday, Sep
tember 7th, 1892.
This school offers unrivalled advantages.
Each member of the Faculty is a spec
ialist of approved ability, training and
experience. The instruction is thorough
in every branch and according to the latest
methods. -
The College equipment is first-class in
every particular.
The Building is not surpassed by any in
the State for School purposes.
The Fare is unexcelled.
The Climate is perfect and sickness
among the boarders is almost unknown.
ESpFor catalogue and other particulars,
address the principal. - aug2-dwtf
Chilllresj Cry .forj'ftcher's CastorfaL
THE! ALABAMA ELECTIONS.
Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 1. In
to-days "election everything from
constable to Governor is to be elected.
The contest has been a heated one
for months past between the Kob
side and the regular Democratic
ticket, represented by Mr. Jones, the
present Governor. , Bulletins from
many parts ot the State up to 11
o'clock show heavy voting and a
large majority for the regular Demo
crats. Negroes in large numbers
have voted open Jones tickets. The
vote will be the largest ever cast in
the Stat. Ho disturbances are' re
ported so far and the indications are
for a perfectly peaceable election.
Mobile, Aug. 1 The general
election in thisState is passing-, so
far, without incident, the contest be
ing between the Democrats and the
Democratic bolters with the Repub
licans aiding the bolters wherever
possible. ' There is considerable feel
ing, particularly in the close coun
ties. A great deal of scratching is
going on and there will be a long
and tedious count. In Mobile and
Mobile county the vote is large this
forenoon, and the liepublicans are
doing all they cad to elect the Kob
State ticket and the independent
county ticket. The negroes are not
all voting one way, however, and
many are outspoken for the regular
Democratic ticket.
Montgomery. Ala.. Aug. 1. The
Advertiser has already received cor
rect returns from various parts of
the State and scores of telegrams as
to the general turn of the vote show
ing that the straight Democratic
ticket, headed by Thomas G. Jones,
has been overwhelmingly elected,
Nearly every telegram states that the
bulk of the negroes voted tor ixover
nor Jones.
So far there is no report of disorder
of any kind.
Mobile, Ala., Aug. 1. So far as
known at this hour (9 p. m.) the
election throughout the State has
been a very quiet -one, though great
interest was manifested. A nove
feature was that in many places the
colored voters turned out and not
only voted, but worked like beavers
for Governor Jones, and the straight
out Democratic ticket and aided ma
terially in piling up large majorities
for the Democratic party. The
Reaister has received bulletins from
38 of the 66 counties in the State,
which show handsome majorities
for Governor Jones, except llale
county. The indications are that Gov,
Jones has carried Montgomery, nis
home county, by 6,000; Bullock by
2.000 and Talladega bv 500. in
Barbour county Governor Jones re
ceived four out of eyery five votes
polled The evidences thus far are
that the straighttuk Democracy has
carried the dav. though there is no
doubt that Kolb has carried a few
the remote counties.
Appointments for Democratic
Speak
en.
Hon. Eliaa Garr and
Ex-Gov
Thomas J. Jarvia will address
the people at the following places
i-v n "i i i -j
xsauas, vraeion county,
August 5.
Lincolnton, Lincoln, county-
Saturday, August 6
Shelbv. Cleveland county, Mon.
r -
day, August 8.
ftutherfurdton, Rutherford
(county. Tuesday August 9
f w - s.-tv 11 TtTI
nesdav. Aucust 10.
The Hon. J. C. Scarborough will
address the people at Lsxington,
Davidson county, Saturday, Au
gust 6th,
Hons. Ock Coke, Democratic
candidate for Secretary of State,
and J. C. Scarborough, Democratic
candidate for Superintendent cf
Public Instruction, will address
the people at . Statesville, Iredell
county, Tuesday, August 9th, and
at Carthage, Moore county, Tues
day, Angst 16th.
Hon. C. B. Ay cock, Democratic
candidate for elector, and Hon.
Oct Coke, Democratic candidate
for Secretary of State, will ad
dress the people at . Kenansville,
Duplin county, Monday, August
1st. and at Giddensville, Sampson
county, Tuesday, August 2nd.
Hen- C. B. Ay cock will addreeB
the people at Winton, Hertford
county, Monday, August 8th.
F. M. Simmons, Ch'm'ji.
R. H. Cowan, Sec'y.
Democratic papers please copy
A Free Trailer Chips in.
This is a very free country. There
is nothing in our laws, fundamental
or statutory, forbidding or restrain
ing political discussion, and Mr.
Samuel Buel, Jr., with whom we
haven't the pleasure of acquaintance
either personally, or by repute, is
entirely free to discurc Free Trade in
Philadelphia or elsewhere, if he can
get any to hear him."
The question of Free Trade may
become a living issue in this country
sometime hence, but, as a vital, prac
tical issue; to discuss it at this time
would be about as interesting as to
discuss the theory that the heat-of
the sun is likely to be exhausted
some five million years hence.
Preejdent Ga$eid, advocated tariff
taxes to strengthen andL equip this
country for free trade with all the
world, and Mr. Carnegie portrays
Free Trade in the far future as the
ideal of American" government; but
t required a thousand years of pro
tective taxes to equip England for
Free Trade, and there shouldn't be
any special nurry to plunge the
United States into it for a "century
or so. There s neither law, nor cus
tom, however, to forbid the discus
sion of it, and Mr. Buel is quite right
m chipping in wherever an oppor
tunity offers, if he believes in Free
Trade.
As the doctrine ot t! ree Trade is
not any more connected with Tariff
Kef or m than would be the reform of
our extreme hot wavis, we don t see
how Mr. Buel is to get a hearing in
the proposed McKinley-McOlure-
tariff debate; but he has freedom of
speech and the whole continent as
his temple to discuss his faith, and
he should sail in and make himself
heard. Philadelphia Times.
Practical Course In Telegraphy. Instruction
In Music and Art. Cornet Band.
Location famous for Beauty and Health.
For those not prepared for College Classes,
there is a
Complete Preparatory Department.
Resident Burgeons. Preparatory Medical
Department. JMo charge for medical atten
tion. Low rates. For particulars, address
DAVIS SCHOOL, Winston, N. C.
DR. BOYKIN'S ,
WORM - KILLER
"The Best Selling Vermifuge in the
Market."
THE MOST RELIABLE WORM
DESTROYER IN USE,
Recipe furnished to any regular physician
when reqested.
Read the following from one of the most
prominent and best known physicians ana
farmers in South Carolina. He writes
"that a negro girl ten years old near him
took three doses of the Worm Killer and
passed 366 worms."
Dated, Ridgeway, S. C, May 26, 1884.
R. H. EDMUNDS, M. D.
Mr. H. M. McDonald, of LaGrange, N.
C, says: "Dr. Boykin's Worm Killer
brought ever 100 worms from one child in
this neighborhood; and it gives universal
satisfaction " He sells more of it than all
other worm medicines.
LaGrange, N. C, July, 87
Mr. J. P. Joyner! I gave my child one
dose of Boykin's Worm Killer, purchased
of y u. It brought 366 worms. I consider
it the best woim medicine made.
Resdectfully, J. W. Thomas.
Any M. D. can prescribe it and many do.
BOv"'N CARMER&.CO.
Atlanta, Ga., June 2d
My six-year-old son has had a terrible
sloughing serofula ulcer of the neck for
three years, attended with blindness; loss
of hair, great emaciation, and general
prostration.
Physicians and various blood remedies
were resorted to without benefit The
New Atlanta Medical College treated him
for three months, but hie . condition grew
worse.
I was urged to try the efficacy of B. B.
ts., ana to tne astomshm nt ot uysell.
friends and neighbors, one tingle bottle
effected an entire enre.
Ulcers oi the neclt entirely healed; eye
sight restored, and the hair commenced
growing on his head. I livt at 241 Jones
street, Atlanta, and my roy is ihere to be
seen. FRANK JONES.
J W. Mester, Howell's Cross Roads, i
Cherokee county, Ga., writes "I was
afflicted with chronic sores nine years,
Or Tj. I?Q and had tried many med
OUjA) LiO icin-B ind they did me no
good I then tried B. B B , and eight
bottles cured me sound and well.
Ginn'sGrocery.
JTAVING HECJ3NTLY CHANGED
my business to that of Groceries exclug
sively, I invite the public to seek my
corner store,on John and Market streets,
when in need oi
Fresh Groceries,
C. Hams,
Spring Chickens
AJND
QOUNTRY produce.
I keep a ' full stock of everything.
When you can't gnd anything you want
anywhere else, be sure you will find it
at my corner grocery. Respectfully,
J. T. GINN.
apl.l3-tf.
A J 'lit VAJ Young Ladies
Unsurpassed in Location, Equipments,
Faculty furniture nd Fare. 21 new pianos.
' For Catalogue Address " -
J as. Dinwiddle, JM. A
. : (TJniy.. of Va.) Principal.
Raleigh N. C
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
ins in Oauze Underwear at the A
ork Bargain Btore,
N Jr Degrees' in
-V Jl CIVIL EHGHTEERTJIG,
V -6 SCTEHCE ACT) AST.
fjgNjfr Foil Commercial Course.
mm.
Absolutely Pure
A Mf'm of tartar baking I powder
digbest of all in leavening strength
Latest TJ. 8. Government Food Report
KOYAL .BAKING fOWDKll CO.,
106 Wall Street, N. Y
Buoklen s Arnica Salve.
Thb Ukst Salts m the world forCuts.
Braises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
uorna, ana all fekin Eruptions, and poM'
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give periect satisfaction
ir mnnpf reiunaed. mce za cents pi
box. ror sue dtj.ii. mil & ooa.
La Grippe Aain.
During the epidemic of La Grippe
last season Jr. King s Hew Discovery
tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds
proved to be the best remedy. Report
from the many who used jt confirm this
statement, They were not only quickly
relieved, but tbe disease left no bad
after results. We ask you to give this
remedy a trial and we guarantae .that
you will be satisfied with results, or the
purchase price will be relunded It has
'o equal in La Grippe, or any .Throat
best or Lung Trouble. Trial
ottle free at . II. Hill & Son's Drug
store. Large bottles, rue. ana fl.OU.
Specimen Oases.
S. H. Clifford. New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Kheumatism
his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
tall away, and he was terribly reduced in
flesh and strength Three bottles oi
Electric Bitters cured him. Edward
Shepherd, ilarrisbuTg, I1! , had a running
sore on his leg ot eight years standing,
Used three twit ties oi .Electric timers ana
seven boxes of Bucklen s Arnica Salve.
and his leg is sound and well. John
Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had five large
Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was
incurable One bottle EUctric Bitters and
one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him
entirely. Sold by . H. Hill Son
NO MORE
TROUBLE
ABOUT
CORSETS
We ere selling the famous
FeatherbonE
CORSETS !
And Corset Waists :
perfect in fir, comfort
and durability. We guar
antee every psir pf these
goods, and any onje
whobuysa
FeatherbonE
CORSET!
From ns and is not ,
perfectly satisfied with
It after 30 days trial, can
return it aod we will re
fund the money paid for it.
For sale Qnly by
M. E. CASTEX & CO.
Wanted,
. Girls as learners.
- Apply to
GOJ.DSJ50BO COTTON MILLS
ABIGSTOCKr
OF
SPRING GOODS.
o
all and Examine My Stock.
Calico 3 to 6 cts, Bibbon 5 to 20 cts.
Dress goods 37 inches wifle,
wool finisn I2i cents per yrd.
Cheviots 8 cents.
Unbleached domestics 4 and 6 cents
.Heavy umiing 7i per yard.
Bleaching 44 to 9f best.
White and red flannel 20 and 25 cts.
Pan tn pood a from 8 to SS .te- 1' wnn.
Bed ticking from 7i to 18 cts.
ft m n .
uingnams o to a cts,
Sateen &J cents.
Checked muslin 5 to 9 cts.
Suspenders 10 cts, wire buckles 2c
Yard wide aress goods 9 cts.
Lace and Hamburgs cheap.
NOTIONS. NOTIONS.
A fine unlaundertd shirt for 40 cts.
Liaundered shirts f-r 5f- t i .
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 cen's.
natent medicines nVirnn
Reliable parched coffee 25c per pound.
TOBACCO TOBACCO.
Tobacco, 8 kinds for 25 cents.
A big job in tobacco at 20 to 50 cts lb
' lied Eye" 50 cts.
Cigars 1 to 5 cts, Snuff 30 to 40 cts.
Crockery goods and willow ware.
tramps irom 20 to 75 cents.
Cups and saucers 25 cts and up.
Plates and dishes cheau.
Sugar 5c. and coffee 16 cts.
repper ana spices 15 cents per lb.
Soap 2 for 5. soda 5 and starch 5.
All kinds of snuff cheap.
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,
Woma&'a soljd leather shoes 95c to $1
Stole leather 80 cts ner pound.
I admit the above are cut prices, but 1 buy
ior casn. aaustaction guaranteed
cr money refunded.
The Hustler,
ED. L. EDMUNDS0N
Opposite Hill's drug store"; Walnut St
Goldiboro, N. C.
IT 18 A DUTY yon owe yonaaelf and fan.
117 CO Bret CBI, tftnat Vnlufl fnr vnnv mnn..v
Dy pnrcnasins
represent tne
9? F.?SW4f
SUBSTITUTE. ,g
17. L- DOUGLAS
53SHUE CENTtCMEN.
THE BEST 8HOE IN THE WMLO FOB THE MONET.
A gennine tewed ahoe, that mill not Hp, fine
calf, Beamlesa. smooth Inside, flexible, more com
fortable. Myllah and durable than any other ahoe ever
old at the price. Equals custom made shoes coating
from S4 to
ft A. una S3 Hand-sewed, flneealf shoes. The
UV must stylish, ess; and durable shoes ever sold
H ttoprlce. Thoy etiual aw imported shoes costing
from St vi- .i-,
f9 Q Hc Shoe, worn by (turners andaii
wwi ofhsrs who want good heavy calf, thtak
wmnwunpii cum nuue, eas w wtuiL in, ana WUi
hid lvcvusx ui vrnrin.
A SO Fine Calf. i.1S and m2.00 Work
& Insmen'a Shoes will give more wear for the
money than any other make. They are made for ser
vice. The Increasing sales show that worklngmen
nnval 9-00 ana Yonths 1.T5 School
MwlS Bheea are worn by the boys everr-
whareT The most servtaeablo shoes sold at the pHces.
pdiesr 11:88 ilrair.ei
Hisses are made of the pest'Uongola or fit
nano-seweti. iv.au.
shoes Vik
neijair. fia
7 are yery SWJlsh; comfortablb aarl dur
Oahoe fialials custom TniulAnlinAanrMitfTW
from to 5.(j0, Jleswhp wlshtonolnise
Suva w w Uliuiun VUIO UUV,
Cantlcn. w. I. Dong-las' name and the price
stamped on the bottom of each shoec loot for
when yon buy. Beware ot dealers attempting to sub.
stltnte other makes for them. Such substitutions are
fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob
taining money under false pretences.
VV. POVGLAS, Urockton, Mass. Sold by
Hood &-Britt,
GOLDSBORO, N. C.
-'J.'JLE! BIG-
RACKET- STORE
OF GOLDSBORO,
Nq . cause for selling on'y to take , a
larger field snd get all our Bueinpss to
gether. Our buyers say we have outgrown
Qoldsboro and wish us , to take a larger
field.
TO OUR SUCCESSOR!
We are authorized to say the same pro
tection will be given to our successor that
we have enloyed. We have made a suc
cess in Goldsboro, and any one else can
do the same that is feityjng to work.
Address,
MRS. W. H. LYON, .
Box 614, Goldsboro, N. O.
- OR
Box 830,
Raleigh, If, 0,
TAKE NO
Mountain-FedBeel
Gify Market.
FINEST BEEF
Lamb, Mmton, Pork, Sausage
AND ONLY THE FINEST A T
Sam Cohen &Son's
CITY MAliKET.
EXPERIENCE
MAY HAVE TAUGHT
That many tii,ngs iuc not vvhat they sec-m
BUT
EXPERIENCE WILL TEACH
That the goods nampd in this list are of
tie highest qua) jty pbtaipfi)lp .
Obelisk Flour !
Ferris' Delcioius Hams and Bacon
Seal Brand Coffey
Crusade BlendJiJofletJ
Extra Choice Formosa Ooiong Tea
Extra Choice Gun Powder Tea.
He-Np Jea, Qrloff Tea (blended).
Royal Gem Nasscck Ten.
Battles Dunbar Butter
Koyal rUkine; Powder.
Trippie J0trai,f4.
Shandon Hells Toilet fc'oajr
EVAPORATED x APPLES I
Jricd ChsTies (pitte
' Tifc,i Peaches. Eic, Etc
Prices, as low ag same ntdce enn He
had anywhere.
I do not attempt to compete with low
price rtashy goods ; but if you
want quality pome to ,t,.
I. B. FONVIELLE.
Cor West Centre and Chestnut Stn.
HAVE
TO-DAY lth:.
CEIVED AN
OTHER LOT OF
w, l. mm mm ties i
pOR LADIES.
A NUMBER OF
LADIES HAVE
BEEN WAITIJiCi
FOR THEM
o
ETTER
COME QUICK,
THEY ARB
GOING FAST. j
Respectfully,
m oiFiiififs.
Hood & Brittv
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