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G : filiOiiO N C. AUG. 25, 1892.
DEMOCRATIC PtiATFORM.
Tho following ii the State Dem
ocratic platform as enunciated by
tho State Convention in assembly
May ISth :
Jiesolved, 1. That the Demoo
racy of North Carolina reaffirm tbe
principles of the Democratic
party, both State and National,
and particularly favor the free
coinage of silver and an increase
ol the currency, and the repeal of
the internal revenue system. And
we denounce the McKinley tariff
hill as unjust 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 oil
cotton ties and on tin, so largely
used by the poorer portion of the
people. We 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 ot
.Representatives, the purpose and
effect of which measure will be to
establish a second period of recon
struction in the Southern States, to
abvert the liberties of our people
and inlft2 5a newrace antagonism
anc rational animosities.
2. That wo demand financial re
fjrm.andthe enactment ot laws
ihat will remove the burdens of the
people relative to the existing ag
ricnltural depression, and do full
and ample justice to the farmers
and laborers of onr country.
3. That we demand the abolition
ot national banks, and the substi
tnting of legal tender Treastry
notes, issued in sufficient volume
to do tho-business ot the country
on a cash system, regulating the
amount needed on a per capita ba
sis as the business interests f the
country expand, and that all nious
ey issued by tho government shall
be legal lender in payment of
debts, both public and private. '
1. That we demand that Con
gress shall pass such laws as shall
effectually prevent the dealing in
futures of all agricultural and me
chanical productions, provide such
a stringent system of procedure in
trials as shall secure prompt con
viction nd imposing such penal
ties as shall secure most perfect
compliance with the law.
5. That we demand the free and
unlimited coinage of silver.
G. That we demand the passage
ot 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 is actually
needed by them, be reclaimed by
the government and held for act
ual settlers only.
7. Believing in the doctrine oi
"equal rights to all and spcia!
privileges to none," we demand
that taxation, National or TState,
shall not be used to build up one
interest or class at the expenee oj
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
cstly administered.
8. That Congress issue a suffi"
circnt amount of fractional paper
currency to facilitate the exchange
through the medium oi the United
States 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.
STATES VILLE COLLEGE,
SI A I tSVILLfc, IN, C
Mits. FANNIE E. "WALTON, Principal
The
next Term begins Wednesday, Sep
tember 7th, 1892.
This school oilers unrivalled advantages
- Each member of the Faculty ia a spec
ialist of approved ability, training and
experience. The instruction is thorough
in every branch and according to the latest
mctnods.
The College equipment is first-class in
every particular.
The Building is not surpassed by any in
me state tor scnooi purposes.
The Fare is unexcelled. .-
The Climate is perfect and sickness ;
among the boarders is almost unknown,
JtFor catalogue and other particulars
address the principal. - aug2-dwti -
Ripans Tabules ; for torpid liver;
UNCONSTITUTIONAL ENTIRELY.
Hold! ' Stop! ! Its all up! The
thing is busted no good: altogether
out of order, and entirely unconsti
tutional !!!! ! -
Call off the dogs. Take down
your candidates. Get new men at
the telm of your Third party craft,
reconvene your convention and do
the thing up right.' according
to that Omaha platform that you alt
stand on and that "Gov". Exum
takes straight "without dotting an
or crossing a t" aa he declared
when seeking the Gubernatorial
nomination before th Third Party
State Convention ia Raleigh last
Tuesday night.
Here is one of the unquestioned
and undented planks in the Omaha
platform, that reads stranghly out
of joint with recent Third party
proceedings in this section an State.
Of that convention one Marion
Butler, State Senator from Sampson
county eat as chairman and wielded
its nominations, and other delegates
of like ilk were among that body.
But here is the plank:
"The People's partv at the outset,
to Becure permanent control of the
party organization of the people un
affected bv the interests of those in
public service, does hereby in nation
af convention assembled at Omaha
on this 4th day of July, 1892, estab
hah this ordinance as a zundamenal
law of party organization, yiz
Ko person boldinir any othce or
position of profit, trust or emol
ument under the federal or any State
or municipal government, including
Senators, Congressmen and members
of the Legislature, State and local,
shall be eligible to sit or vote in any
convention of this party, and a copy
of this ordinance shall be annexed
to every call for any future conven
tion ot the party."
Does the above declaration of
principles of the Third party pro
hibit members of the Legislature of
North Carolina from "sitting or
voting in any convention of the par
ty," and if so, how did Senator But
ler happen to take a controUitig part
in the first convention of the Peo
ple's party held in Sampson county?
Will Senator Bntler explainr
Will Mr. Butler explain why, in
the face of the very . platform that
he helped to compile, he has figured
so conspicuously in the conventions
of the People's party even to the
extent of sitting as chairman of the
State convention ?
Has Mr. Butler no political fealty
and is he bound by the declaration
of no party? Echo answers "None! !"
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Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest U. S. Government Food Report
BOTA& BAKIJSG rOWDER CO.,
106 Wall Street, N. T
Buoklen s Arnica Salve.
Thk Best Haivb in the world forCuta,
Braises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rhessa, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
uorns, arc ail o&m .eruptions, ana posi
tively cures Pika.or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to giye perfect satisfaction
or money relunded. Price 25 cents pi
box. For aie dvj.ii. mil a Bon.
. La Grippe Attain.
During the epidemic of La Grippe
last season lir. King's tew Discovery
tor consumption, uoueus and Colds
proved to be the best remedy. Report
from the many who used it 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 satibfied with results, or the
purchase price will be refunded It has
no equal in La Grippe, or any Throat.
Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial
bottle free at . H. Hill & Son's Drug
Store. - Large bottles, C0c. and f 1.00.
Specimen Oases.
8. H. Clifford, New Cause!, Wis., was
troubled witn .Neuralgia and Rheumatism
his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
lull away, and he was terribly reduced in
nesn ana strengtn. inree Domes oi
Electric Bitters cured him. Edward
Shepherd, Jl&rrisburg, IU., had a running
sore on tus leg or eignr years' stanaine
Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes of Backlen's Arnica Salve,
ana ms lee is sonna ana well. - John
Sneaker. Catawba. Ohio, had five laree
fcFever sores on his leg, doctors said he was
incurable. . one ootue jiectnc Bitters and
one box Backlen's Arnica Salve cured him
entirely. Sold by . H. Hill & Son
Weekly Arrivals !
Lime, Plaster,
Cement and Latlis.
Best Rock Lime1
On the Market.
B. M, Privett.
Ho ! For Chicago,
, ON THE
Installment
Plan!
TJAVING BEEN APPOINTED
District Agent by the World's Fair
Transportation Company, of Geneva, N,
Y.. I am now prepared to make contracts
with all persons who intend leaving this
city or eecnSn next year to attend the
great Exposition. Don't fail to make a
contract now and by paying in a small
amount each month until the time of the
Exposition you will be certain that when
you are ready to start your expenses are
all paid.
FOR $65.00
- - i
We will furnish you with a first class,
round-trip ticket Six tickets of admission
to the Exposition grounds. Six days' board
at a first class Hotel. If the Ilotel you
are assigned to does not prove satisfactory,
then you will be allowed 3.00 per day,
with the privilege of choosing your own
Hotel. We also furmsU yon witn six
tickets to the best Chicago theatres; fur
thermore. ACCIDENT INSURANCE
In the sum of flOOO, in case of death by
accident. All this to be furnished any
time between now and September, 1893.
o
I am also agent for the celebrated Brown
Cotton Gin, the best on the market, Don't
tail to see me
GEO. D, MILLER, "
Goidsboro, N. 0-
SPECIAL NOTICE !
;
We have on hand a
limited supply, of seed
RICE, which we are sell
ing to planters at prime
cost. We have also at
our Mills here different
grades of cleaned RICE
which we are offering at
low figures.
Write for samples and
prices.
Very Respectfully,
Carolina Bice Mining Go.
GOLD3BOEO, N. C
Nov. 20th '91 lyr.
Notice to Farmers!
o
WE ARE AGENTS FOE
LEE'S AGRICULTURAL LIME
That stands higher to-day than eye:
Before. We also soil 'best quality
Heavy Weight Rock Lime for
Building Purposes.
Seed Oats and Rico
And groceries of. ajl kinds. Timothy
Hay, Wheat Bran and Rjjce Heal.
Try one sack of Rice Heal and
eee if it is not the cheapest
and best foodl or stock
you ever tried.
REiel'SflTFULLY,
HENRY &M, L.LEE
rrivals
Groceries & Provisions,
Best N. C; flams
On the Market. -
B. M. Privett.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Cotton
Commission Merchant.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
TOTHE WORLD'S
FAIR
Daily A
Commissioners' Sale of VaSua-
; ble City Property,
By virtue of the decree of the SuDeiior
Court of Wayne county, rendered at
April term 1892, in the cause therein
pending wnerein Fattie M. McKary -was
plaintiff and Delia A. Bonitz and others
were defendants, I will, at the Court
House door in Goidsboro, on the 12th day
of September, 1892, at noon, offer for sale
oy puDiic auction to tue highest bidder
for cash, the following described real es
tate situate m tne city of Goidsboro and
known in the plan of said town as lot No.
13: Beginning at the Northeast intersec
tion of of Chestnut and East Centre streets
and running thence N. 18 E. with East
Centre street 110 feet to Mrs Celicia Tay
lors corner, thence E. 72 S. with her line
parallel with Chestnut street 209 , feet to
the line ol the Baptist Church lot, thence
a. 18" w . witii said cnurch lot and H. Jr.
Grainger's line parallel with said East
Centre street 110 feet to said Chestnut
street, and thence with said Chestnut
street 72 W, 209 feet to the beginning.
JOS. E. ROBINSON,
; Aug. 8,1892. - . Commissioner.
)
E HAVE
TO-DAY RE-
CEIVED AN
OTHER LOT OF
W. L IV OXFORD TIES !
OR LADIES.
A NUMBER OF
LADIES HAVE
BEEN WAITING
FOR THEM
jgETTER
COME QUICK,
THEY ARE
GOING FAST.
Respectfully,"
Hood &. Britt
JThen Ea'iy wu sk'k, we gave bar Cas-orla.
When aho Wha a. Ch&i she cried for Caatori.
When abu became Miss, she clung to Caatoria.
Wbi thj bad Children, aha gave them Ccatoriav
AN OPEN LETTER
Mooason, N. C, June 28, 18o2
Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrejl, N. C:
t-v r a trst ar a -t-v -r
AiAyaM-j nave used
your Remedy as a Tonic and
Blood Purifier and unhesitatingly
pronounce it the best that I have
tried. I feel satisfied that it wil
do all you claim for it.
Resyectfully,
H D. Llquex,
Pastor Baptist Chnrch.
. For eale by leading Drnpgiats
and Dealers.
PEACE
INSTITUTE
Vcung Ladies
Unsurpassed in Location, Equipments,
Faculty .Furniture nd Fare. 21 new pianos.
For Catalogue Address
Js. Dinwiddie, M. A.,
(Uciy. of Va.) Principal.
Raleigh N.C
OUCAR, COFFEE
EICE, SALT, IIAMS,
LARD. SODA. STARCH., ETC,
LOW FOB p-ffiH
hWHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL
v AT
B, M. PRIYETT'S.
The Democratic voters of Wayne county
are requested to mee at the' usual place
oj meeting in the'several voting precincts
and townships on Saturday, Sept. 3rd
next, at 3 o'clock, p. m., to select delegates
to the County convention, which will be
held in Goidsboro on Saturday, Sept 10,
at 12 o'clock nv, for the .purpose of nomi
B&tjnff candidates for the General Asseuc
bly and for county offices.
.' By order of the Executive Cpmmittee.
' ' tF.DQRTCH,
Aug. 18th, 1892, Chairman.
gy virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Wayne eountyj' rendered at Jan
uary Term, 1892, in the action of Nervy
Nizy Oates and others, vs. R. Kornegay, I
will offer for sale to the highest bidder, for
cash, on Monday the 12th day of Septem
ber, 1892, at the Court House door in
Goidsboro, at 12:30 o'clock, p. m., the lands
described in the complaint in said action
an4 Mrticularly described in a mortgage
deed from Wilis Oates and wife tp tfte
said R, Kornegay, which fs registered in
Book 59, page 49 f, of the records in the
Registers office of Wayne county.
W. f PORICH,
August 10, 1862, Commissioner.
TJargains In Cause Underwe r at the ftew
Aj York Bargain store.
HMD
-A- B1Q- STOG EC
. OF
SPRING GOO US.
Gall and Examine My Stock.
Calico 3 to 6 cts, Ribbon 5 to 20 cts.
Dress goods 37 inches wide,
wool finish 12i cents per yard.
Cheviots 8 cents.
Heavy Homespun 5 and C cents.
Unbleached domestics 4 and 6 cents
Heavy Drilling 1 per yard.
Bleaching 44 to 9 best.
White and red flannel 20 and 25 els.
Pants eoods from 8 to 35 cts: all wooi
Bed ticking from 1 to 18 cts.
uingnams ts to y cts,
Pateen 6i cents.
Checked muslin 5 to 9 cts.
Suspendeou 10 cts.wire buckles 2 'c.
Yard wide dress goods i) cts.
, Lace and Hamburgs cheap.
NOTIONS. NOTIONS.
A fine unlaundertd shirt for 40 cts.
Laundered shirts for 50 cts.
Bocks 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.
f Candy, cakes and confectioneries
Flannelette shirts 25 cents,
patent medicines cl.eap
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,
Red Eye" 50 cts.
Cigars 1 to 5 cts, Snuff 30 to 40 cts.
rockery goods and willow ware,
ljampts iroui w i o cenis.
Cups and saucers 25 cts and up.
Plates and dishes cheap.
Sugar 5c. and coffee 16$ cts.
Jrepper and spices 15 cents per lb.
Soap 2 for 5. soda 5 and starch 5.
Ail kinds .cf sjjjjff .cheap.
HATS AND SHOES.
Men's hats 40c to $1.25.
Children s hats from lti to 50 cts.
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES, SHOES
Men's solid leather sho . s f 1.00.
Fine shoes $ 1.25.
Children's shoea from b to 95 cents.
Woman's sptyi leather shoes 95c to f 1.
Sole leather 30 cts per pound,
I admit the above are cut prices, but l buy
for cash. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded.
The Hustler,
ED. L. EDMUNDS0N
Opposite Hill's drug store Walnut
Goldshoro, N.p.
St.
IT 18 A DUTY yea we yonaaelf and fmm
II y t set the beat value for your meney.
ISeoaoinlu In Jor foatwmr by pnrchaalai
W, I.. Dongjaa Hboes, which reereaent the
yjSiB mo spBSTfTyxB.ta
DOUGLAO
03 SHOE CBN
THE BEST 8 HOE MTHEWMLD
A enulne aewed ahee, that vHU not rip. Hum
calf, aeamleu. amooth tnalde, flexible, more eom.
f ortable, stylish and durable than any other ahoe ever
old at the prioe. Kauals custom made shoe coating
tmm aitnB5.
jm .dh 99 rtavnaaewea, nnecaiEBDoea. to.
moat atyllah. easy and durable ahoea erer aoll
at the price. They equal One Imported ahoea ooatinc
from 0a to SIS.
SU f oiiee Shoe, worn oy rarmera ana ail
others who want a good heavy calf, three
extension eoge anoe, eaaj to waua in, ana will
s and a.oa Wprb.
money than any other make. Trhey awmade for akn
vice. The Increasing aaleaahow
baverouna tbiaout. - -j
a-a...l tW.oe ana Vsstk.' 1.rs SehMl
sans
UUIO Sheee axe worn by- the bora every-
wnere. ThemoHaerriceableshoeaaoldattbeprlceB.
Ladies' 13:S8 i5stTO5t
ntlaaee are made of the best Dongola or fine Calf, aa
desired. They are very stylish, comfortable and dura
ble. The S3.0D shoe equals custom made shoes costing
from a4.oo to $6.00. Ladles who wish to aoonomlae la
their footwear are finding this out.
f?aatfen. w. L. Douglas' name and the price la
BtamM4"0a tiia bottom of each ahoe; look for It
when yon tray.1 BBware'ef teeeters attempting to sub
stitute outer makes for them. - fiuchibaUittdonaaia
n ore
Bold by
Hood & Britt,
CJOLDSBORO, N. C.
Too Many
BOYS MT WAISTS,
That's the Trouble.
rrr-f- '
E BOUGHT LARGELY A'Np
Sold largely, but there still re
mains quite a number which we are go
ing to dispose of . -
TO-DAY AND Tp-BOBftpW
AT LOW PRICES.
H. Weil & Bros.,
80, 82, 84 and 86,
W. CENTRE St.
To The Merchants;
Tour Purchase Ta? has been due since
July 10, 1802. Come in and pay without
delay and saye costs. W. T.'Dortch,
aug.l3-tf. - Tax Collector.
CUUrea Cw for Fitchert.Ctsrb,
i..if- SV
IV.
Ginn's Grocery. "
JAVING RECENTLY CHANGED
my business to that of Groceries exclu
sively, I invite the public to seek my
corner store,on John and Market street ,
when in need ot
Fresh Groceries,
jN. C. Hams,
Spring Chickens
AND
QOUNTRY PRODUCE.
I keep a full stock of everything.
When you cant find anvtbiDe vou want
anywhere else, be sure you will find it
at my corner grocery. Respectfully,
J. T. GINN.
apl.l2-tf.
EXPERIENCE
May Have Taught
XT
That many things are not what they bettfi.
EXPERIENCE WILL TEACH
That the g(xds named in this ljst afp .f
njnesi quality obtainable.
Obelisk Flour !
Ferris' Delcioius Hams and Bacon
Seal Brand Coffee.
Crusade BlendJCoflee
Extra Choice Fproiosa Pplpn Tpr
Extra Choice Gun Powder Tea.
He-No Tea. Orloff Tea (bbnded).
Rqal Gepi aso fga.
Battle's Dunbar Butter
Royal Baking Powder.
Trfppje JStraeis. :
Shandon JBells Toilet Soap.
EVAPORATED x APPLES I
z)ricd CheTics (pitted).
Dried Peaches, Etc., Etc
o
Prices, as low as same rodes can be
had anywue;,
I do not attempt to compete with low
price trashy goods ; but if you
want quality come to me.
I. p. FONyiM,
Cor West Centre and Chestnut, gta.
WE REPEAT !
A trial will prove the superiority
of our goods, and you have un
doubtedly found out tht we ays
Rock Bottom' in - Pi-ices; Vat
looking carefully to the wantsand
interest of our patrons. We receive
regularly, weekly shipments of
Flag Marsh Rocky Mount Butter,
end have an increasing demand
for our Vermont Creamery, fresh
from the churn. As 'tis applicable
lust here, would call your atten-
BESTON EARTHS
A brand of Flour we have control
trol
in r
ied
oiior wis city, ana tnose wantinfl
tbe tfest on H-arth can be suppli
uy us. x iour wnn us Demg a
specialty, buying in large Quan
1 T711 ... . I -
tities for cash, we are prepared to
give you benefit in that Droduct.
flfur line of Tea, Cpffee and Bplces
is complete arijj yre woixW CM
especial attention to and ask'ktrini
of our Blended Coffee (Java, Malf-
acaibo and Mocha). Breakfast
Cocoa and Bakers Chocolate. We
. conclude by asking a share of
your t-atronage for anything you
may wish to eat We endeavor to
fcPPp a ful supply pf
SPOTTED MEflTS
Ham tongue,EnglishBrawn bone
less Pig Feet, Chip Beef, French
and American Sardines. Listen
to our delivery wagon-man's call
and kindly give him an order for
anything you wish, remembering -we
guarantee all goods as repre
sented. ATYOURBERYICEj
uizzelT Bros. & Co,
Wholesale and Retail Fancy Grocers,
April ?7-8?. ; '

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