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ABSQWVEZX PURE The Democrat. lin;).Y, MA11CH 7. 18!)o. T.LUIIKR'S NOTICE. -?nciiN .f iill kinds mw?t c Iiy Tuesday afternoon to ii!lic;;tin for the current . I. A I.V!:i:TI-F'MENT?. 1 ,t C;:ch ill-01'ti"Il. cen t a ,i f, lorn! advertising due es Adopted By the N. C. Press Association April 27, 1893. -;in cf not loss than five- cents ; , '. i!! ho charged for "cards of ,,.' re-olutinns of respect" and -v poetry" ; also for obituary , - nr !.-r than those which the ed-.;..,-,;f .-hall give as a matter of : i,f church and society and !.'- ;j , , h - i" entertainments from wliich in in- derived will be charg , f ,! :.t the rate of five cents a line. S! Ki'IAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Notice! Notice!! M r: hnvU are posted. Keep off them. I -1 f ..ri-f' the law on all persons, . r fops, who disregard this no trespassing on the lands and ..f the .North Carolina Lumber ny. S. F. Dunn, ly Inspector. McXair's Pill s. ir's Wood and Liver Fills act ! ;!:" Liver purify the blood, cure Mj'ition. dizziness in the head, sour i;i !;. headache, Biliousness and all i-t' arising from a Torpid Liver. -a!o !v K. Whitehead S: Co..Drusr- 1 31 2m. ,:;e M-N'aiifs blood and Liver Pills ;no dot-tors' Bill. ' 2m "i" ' (. i!i .-! ! i ; t Est'ihh'shnl 1S7C PHEMI MCI WORKS u 'hi;mki:i.y twin city.) Rubber Stamps, stenvils, brass checks, &c, Manufactured to Order. TURNER & CO., Proprietors, iiM'g, Nivison St. Norfolk, Va. ;s work guaranteed. : 2S iv DM SHADE'S DISCOVERY FOR G010MPTIQ JUST GIVEN l to the ruijuc Wr: t once tor particulars of the t investigation going on at :i;c in Washington. Doctors and citit-'is cured. What physicians ;i!il !'.:- lical journals say about "The ;.;.';.;.'-! Iiscovery of the Century." vim 't ..in blank, etc. Send 2-cent - iin;.. A,! !res Dr. SHADE, 1232 v ;.f tt. Washington, D. 0. 11, EW mm iil Ml Sailor Hats New Spring shapes from 10 cents up." !;.., lining and canvas for 25c ' y.i-i. Mrss Kate G. Tillerv. 1 means so ir.uch more than you 'marine serious and .r -U3.i (.ilsen rc; rfcnlt fmm Don piav with Nature s 1 ft health Tf you arc feelinsr lout ot sorts, weak I :i',i Generally ex F 1 -us-.'.mI, i:ervous, t . e no ap;ietile ' can't work, .; rr ctak- ti.o Tror.i relia f ' u hUtiij;ltietiii)g " : . ine, wliich is ' -, s Iron Bit- : i. A few bot f, ' is cure benefit r.-"s trom the ? M.t dose it I w i siain your J - " , aim 11s -l Ij take. v and Liver ipp N'aivous ailments ! 1, Wumsn's conJaints i. '.'..';.v''::u:i!e il '"-,s crossed led i ,., ',' ' "tlicrs at e sub- 1 ot tv.'o 2c stamiis v.-e M.d !,o. ijaucl;ul W orld's1 r ' - .A'. CO 2ALT1MCFE, MD. Old KeViJr)a'nri u. v,j LLIIEi Latest U. S. Gov't Report O LOCAL NEWS. Kitchen- and Gkay. See the new aa ot .Messrs. J. A. Kitchin and John Gray. They will run a first-class livery Mrcn tohacco. Mr. L. Vinson says that there will be 600 acres in tobacco around Ringwood this year. . vi the coixty home. Sui?rm- tendent Browning says there are now ".O; ... . 1 1 i- -ja liiiuaies at vim county nome, ana o have died since the first of January. Mr. L. L. Kitchi.v head. A tele 1 1 . gram was received here this morning: announcing the death of Mr. L. L. ivucnin in rortsmoutn. ills remains will be brought here for interment to morrow. Barrels. ecall attention to the advertisement of the Farmers' Manu facturing Co., of Norfolk. These gen tlemen do the biggest barrel business : ii . , 1 i x i mi i I 111 iu couuuy, aim irucKers win uo U'pl I to (r v( ttipm fhoi.- nivlorj Tliai' i " aie cither in eery manner 01 nusmess. "Almhat con.DBE desired." So with one of God's unfathomable mys writes a learned and tastv gentleman teries. Being not yet 30 years old, he from another county concerning a lot of job work that was done for him in Tun Democrat office a fsw days ago. We guarantee all work. If accurate instructions are given with order, and the work is not satisfactory it costs you nothing. Bishop Cheshire's visit. The edi tor of The Democrat was out of town during Bishop Cheshire's visit here two weeks ago, and that was why mention of his visit was not made in lat week's issue. He preached twice and large congregations attended the services and his visit was greatly enioved by the community. Two rersons were con firmed, Miss Peters and Master Walter Smith. Runaways. Last Friday seemed to be an unusually active day for run- . . , , , .uii.e B .au mW auumu n.Suu awu team in front of Mr. K . Jenkins store, The wagon was somewhat disabled and one of the horses was cut on the foot a HlllCi ..'ill riwu CLii'ucn. 1 cuu. 1 Millie I atterwanis Mr. 1 . . i-enner was any- ing up Main street past the brick mill when his horse took fright, ran away, threw Mr. Fenner from the buggy and demolished the buggy. Mr. Fenner TjI I JI c.va ..iuc w ..xw, vv,, and that he found his buggy with a sifter. At Tillerv the same day Mr. w AT rs-nmiVia hnrsfi ran awav throw', ing his daughter, Miss Daisy from the buggy and hurting her some. Death of Mr. Benj. Gammons. r . . ., , Mr. Benjamin Gammons, who was miller at what is known as the Steptoe mill, went out one evening about two L- corn tn fchnnt flunks. At nierht he did not return. Search was made I for him ail night. Next morning he was found lying in the snow speechless, He had fallen either from stumbling I or a fit of cramp, and cared for by TFp was taken liome the neighbors, but never rallied. On Wednesday night of last week he died and Friday he was buried in the Episcopal cemetery, Kev. W. J. Smith conducting the service. Superior Court. Superior Court is in session this week. Judge Mcfver is on the bench. His charge to the grand j ury was strong. He is very clever and considerate of the interests of all concerned with the court and all have words of kindness concerning him. bolicitor W. E. Daniel is doing good work. This is his third court and he prosecutes with an ease and vigor that insure the best protection of the State's interest. Halifax County is proud ot him as one of the foremost and most reliable men in the county and one of the best young lawyers of the State. The criminal docket of the court is very short, there being only four cases. The civil docket, which is set mostly ior next week could have been finished tnis week had the calendar been so set. It is a good sign that there is so little litigation in the county. A Humorous fact About Hood's Sarsaparilla- -lt expels bad humor and creates good humor. A battle for blood is what Hood's Sar saparilla vigorously fights, and it is al ways victorious in expelling foul taints and giving the vital fluid the quality and quantity of perfect health. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, boils and other blood diseases. Hood's Bills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently on the bowels and liver. Notice ! I take this method of notifying the public that I am not a member ot the Scotland Neck Drug Company and I am not in any way liable for any of its obligations or contracts. 3 7 4t. C. A. Camp. Death of Mr. Jas. F. Perry. The entire community here "was shocked and pained to 'earn last Friday that this highly esteemed young man had died at his home in Wilmington early that morning. Mr. Terry was a Scotland Neck boy, well and favorably known here where he was. reared and lived until a few years ago. Alout twelve years ago Le entered the Connnonuealth office in this town as a lad ana learned the trade of printer. He remained here only ' years, going ro Raleigh where he work ed at the trade for some time, then making Wilmington his home, where he remained until his death. Some six or eight weeks ago the Evening Din patch was started, with Mr 1'erry as editor. At the end of the fir- month of the enterprise, eroing m at n-;:!it he expressed great gratification at tne success ot tne paper, lie was immediately taken sick and never ajrain returned to his office. His' mother was telegraphed for, who went to him at once and remained with him until the end. It was thought that he was improving two days before ho died, but the sad news came over the wires Friday morning that he was dead. His father, Mavor J. A. Perrv and his youngest sister, Miss Helen, went to Wilmington Friday and attend ed the funeral Saturday. Deceased was a most excellent young man, and bore the highest esteem o the peonle ot Wilmington. .Struck ... . r mown intlie strength 01 young man hood hia death bri us face to face just entering upon a most promis ing life which held out to his host of friends the hope and confidence of a career of great usefulness. He was a consistent member of the Baptist church, and leaves behind him the eternal monument of an irreproachable character, which to leave crowns any life with glory. Under this sad stroke of bereavement his friends and loved ones bow, but with breathings of gratitude to God for his beautiful Christian life, his sturdy and manly character and the savor of tne good name wnicn he leaves as a blessed heritage to be treasured by his loving companion of a few brief but happy years and his sweet little Orrie. who now can never know the counsel and guidance of a loving father s heart. A dutiful son, a noble husband and more : but in the blissful beyond father , j, d brQther and sisters and wife and baby, may meet together where sorrow and sighing come no more and "Where the weary T . . . . Tn his de.ith The Democrat Iokps a warm 1)ersonai friend and mingles tears of sorrow with all who are touched by this sad bereavement. 2 he Evening Dispatch, of which de- ceased was editor, says : James Jbowle rerrv died this morn ingat ten minutes after twelve o'clock. Our entire community feels the shock of this annpuncwiient ; ourselves are con fronted wi th a great and sore loss. Our chief, in whom centered many hopes bright with radiant promise, by whom our steps were guided in a straight and onward course, lor whom waited a chaplet of assured success in hia -hoMn atlou. h a9 been removed. We mourn for the editor Avhom we trusted the cheery friend we loved, and our tears of sincere sorrow mingle with thnp nf thfi beloyed ones unon -..- r- whnsA stricken hearts the shadow lie t.,. n-a ,-oirifo thnt hf wna faithful to his responsibilities, and died as he lived at peace with man and God, r 1 1 . i. 1 ; jL conscious 01 a ine weiibiieiuaiiu iu uib full assurance of an unfaltering faith concerning his future. Mr. Ferry was the oldest son of J. A. and Mary Berry, of Scotland Neck, N. C, where he was born in August 1806. and where he spent his years ot childhood and earl y manhood. He en joyed the educational adyantaoes of the excellent schools of his native town, ?.nd profited by them so as to fill a use ful place in lite. While yet a boy his mind turned toward the printers' art, and he joined himself to that craft, in which ne attained skill and readiness, fitting him for responsible trusts. In the flush of young manhood he came to Wilmington to make his home among the people who learned to re spect and love the quiet, modest, unas suming, true-hearted man. He had been here but a short while when he won the affections of Miss Lucy Free man, to whom he was married, and who, in her sorrow of widowhood, finds solace in memories of a happy union. To her and the dear little three-year old girl, unconscious of her loss, we extend sincerest sympathy. Cuite early in life Mr. Ferry had strong religious tendencies, and while still a boy united with the Baptist church at Scotland Neck, whence he transferred his membership to the First Baptist church of this city, in which communion he was highly regarded, and to which he was always faithful enjoying in marked measure the esteem of his brethren and the confidence of his pastor. When the Dispatch was projected, he was one of the foremost in the enterprise and to his skill, patience and aptitude for journalism belongs much of the success which has attended the venture. Selected as our editor, he filled the onerous position with tact, force and perfect acceptability to his confreres and patrons, and was destined to have exerted a wholesome influence upon the community, had it pleased God to spare him to us. His death was a sad blow yet we shall continue in the way he had marked out, trusting that the paer shall be a fitting mon ument to his memory. With the father, mother, wife and child plunged into deep and bitter sor row, and the large circle of stricken friends Ave join in sorrow for our loss and to the many readers who are also bereft we offer our sympathy and to all we say, behold ! the triumphant end of a simple, useful life. COMING AND GOING. Folks You Know or May Know. Mr. J, R. Holliday visited his sis - ter, Mrs. Carop, last week. Miss Lou Hill of Halifax a few day ago vi.-itid relatives here. Mayor Ferry and daughter, Miss Helen, returned Monday from Wil- mington. Mrs. Lena Perrv and Mi-s Sarah Hy- man have returned from a visit to Hamilton. "P6"1 Mr. J. A. Pope of Crowells some days here on a visit last week his son, Mr. W. W. Pope. to Mr. V. B. Knight of Edgecombe was here a few days ago to arrange to place his w.n in the male school. Dr. A. C. Liyermon returned a few days ago from his trip to Virginia, Washington and Baltimore. Mr. E. Kadden who has been clerk ing for Mess. M. Hoffman ct Bro. some months retuined to Petersburg Monday. Mr. Walter Beavans of Enfield was here last week. He thinks The Dem ocrat is worth its subscription price to him. Rev. II. T. Vann went to Wake For est Tuesday to officiate at the marriage of Miss Allie Dixon to Mr. Nat Dunn, who were married Wednesday morn- 'o- The Warrenton Record says : "Mr. Walter Fleming and Miss India Patter- on were married Wednesday at the residence of the bride's father, Dr. K. A. Patterson, oi Halifax county." Mr. Beg. Hassard-Short of Tarbo'ro was here last week- He has grown to be quite a man though he was a mere lad when he left Scotland Neck a few years ago. Dr. C. C. Christian and wife of Achilles, Va., spent Monday night here on their return from Wilmington, where they had been to attend the funeral of Mr. James F. Perry, Mrs. Christian's brother. Mr. John Robinson, who recently resigned as Comissioner of Agricul ture, was here last week in the interest the Navassa Guano Company. This is one ot the oldest and best tertilizer companies in the country. Mr. Rob inson, said that the people are buying guano quite carefully this season. Miss Naomi Judd who has been vis iting Miss Annie Biggs for several weeks, left Monday for Chapel Hill, where she will spend some time with ler sister, Mrs. Utley, and will then go to the Baptist Orphanage at Thorn- isvil'e, in which she is a teacher. Miss Judd had many friends here be- bre this visit and her list ot friends and admirers has been recently consid erably lengthened. She is quite a bright and entertaining young lady. The Comer Hurl forte, Ill, 113 and 115 Bank St., NORFOLK, LARGE STOCK OF FINISHED Monuments AND Grave Stones READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. Write for prices and designs before ordering elsewhere. An inquiry may save you dollars. 5 lb I y BRICK ! woo GOOD m NOW ON HAND. WILL SELL THEM CHEAP. i i Also will take contract to furnish lots lrom o0,000 or more anywhere within 50 miles of Scotland Neck Can always furnish what you want. Correspond ence and orders solicited. D. A. MADDRY, 1-10-95-ly " Scotland Neck, N. C. MENTION THIS PAPER. Established 1891. I C. MADDREY I CO, Cotton Factors and Produce (COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ho. 9 Commerce Street, NORFOLK, - - VA. Quick Sales and Prompt Returns. Correspondence and Consignments Solicited. Reference : Burruss, Son &, Co., Bankers ; and others on application. . lllly KINGSTON'S DIG FIRE. 300, 000 Loss. I On Thursday. Feb. 2, fire brle out pn Kinston about 3 o'clock, p. m. It l suppo-."! that !-o:ne boy mS;irs cigarette in a Iherv stable vard, j dropid a "park Jrom which the grc.il I fire up rang. ! j In three 1 iotir the bu-ine-v p.rt of. the town a practically in u-hc. Tno l h"'Ie Uvk Wf re -ntirc!y dc-tr-mni; j which included a l irgo p-.rtion ..fthej j busine hou-es and veral dueling-. j j J tie rrc 1 ruts oiuee h.i enme'y ; ! destroyed and Hotel Tull !-. ! New Berne's fire company : cached ! the town by extra train ju-t i the fire-1 i wa gotten under ?ontrol Thi is the second time that Kin-ton has l-en courped by ll.une- within the pa.-t lew years ; but the la-t wa- by f.r the heaviest los.- the town na- ever sus tained, the entire loss I -ein-4 n:o .fw1 (K.K). The whole state sympathizes with the good eop!e of Kinton in their great loss. still another. Another fire Monday night of this week destroyed another block. This was supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Have you ever noticed how .your system seems to crave special assistance in the spring? Just the help required is given by Hood(s Sarsaparilla. Now is the Time. Tlie benefit to le derived lrom a good medicine in early spring is undoubted hut many jeople neglect taking any until the approach of warmer weather, when they wilt like a tender ilov.er m a ho sun. Something must be done to purify the blool, overcome that tired feeling and strength. Vacation is earnestly Iungtd for, hut many weeks, perhaps mont! s, must elapse before rest can be indulged in. To impart strength, and to give a feeling of health and vigor throughout the system, there is nothing equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla. It seems perfect ly adopted to overcome that prostration caused by change of season, climate or life, and while it tones and sustains the system it purittes and renovates tne blood. A severe rheumatic pain m the le't shoulder had troubled Mr. J. II. Loper, a well known druggist of Des Moines, Iowa, for over six months. At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anything. AVith all he could do ne could not get rid of it until he applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm. l-l only made three applications of it," he says, "And have since been free from all pain." He now recommends it to persons similarly a f Hie ted. It is for ale by E. T. Whitehead & Co., Drug gist. fOIn M.Campbell The ftrcmrmanviiiif statement Before. After. nf mv weiuht and meaGUre- Weight 330 lti SJ5 ibi IS Its Xnentft Will fihowtbe results Of VVaitt.. 42 In. 31 in. 11 iii. Must.... 4.1 in. as in. io in. fl'-e months' treatment. (Hipi-.. n m. 4'j in. u la. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL narnlMi. and with tarriot Inconvenience, or bad effects. For particulars address, with 6 cents in tamps, DR. 0. W. F. JMIDEg. H'VICKCI'S THEATER. CHICAGO ILL HORSES. Biggs & Johnson HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF Horses and Mules iND ARE SELLING THEM CHEAP. COME SOON OR YOU MAY BE TOO LATE. HARRIS LITHIA WATER. The Most Wonderful Water in THE WORLD. Asheville, N. ('., September 9, 183. Harris Lithia Water Co.. Harris Springs, S. C. : We have been selling the Harri. Lithia Water for some time, and find it a ready seller ; those wLo have tried it are loud in its praise. The doctor here regard it superior to either the Buffalo or Londonderry Waters. We predict for it a wonderful sale when its merits become more generally known. Youra verv truly, RAYS OR SMITH. Prescription Druqgists. Asheville, N. C, April 21, 1S13. An extended clinical use of the Har ris Lithia Water prompts me to the statement that I regard it as one of the best, if not the best, Lithia Water known to the profession. In the con dition of Phosphatic Uiine. it action is marvellous. Its use in the Rheu matic and Gouty Diathesis afford me more comfort than either the Buffalo or Londonberry Waters. Very truly vours, JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, M. D. J. S. BOWERS & CO., AGENTS FOR SCOTLAND NECK. HARRIS LITHIA WATER CO., Hurris Springs, S. C. 10 18 6m. i Announcement I to tii PEOPLE oth CAROL! N AS SOUTHEAST rie Chart it Gfeirrr (.1 -.t tfis c-ti.ra-j i:(ftit b i-.i." "'- c ; 't'f"i ti Tit C Sir tunni.ii, r rO J '. mt t't tt.t tS 1m a .1 t- ; j M tl! t K ,. t tiu '.', t r4f?. Th' ti t ? it ;-.,-3 . 28 Royal Octavo Volume ArJ ! -t t. f.t -) :tti ri 1 j f IV ' ! -, '. j 1 ! Tt' ri cf ? f r.i;i ;i ffiH.'i ;' !., 6-ij 7 ! ! 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Upon application we will send you description tad prices of the various styles, and you triay select any style of binding you choose and have the privilege of paying for it at the rate of 10 cents a day, half the set being delivered to you at once ; or. we will deliver the entire set of 28 volumes on pamcr,t of I5.0J prr month. All charges fal d ty us to any railroad station In the United States. TOE OBSERVER, Charlotte, n. C. Norfolk Market. Nokfoi.k, Va., March 1 !.". Quotations of the Norfolk. Va.. Mar ket furni.-hed by J. W. PERRY CO., COTTON FACTORS AM) COMMISSION MKKC HANTS. NORFOLK, VA. Cotton Mai:ki:t Steady. Strict Middling. Middling, Strict low Middling 1 1.VIU Low Middling 1 1 1 -1 ; Blues tt Stains, to i. Peas its 1'ihm. Fancy Prime 11 to 1 1 v t'. 1! Low grades 1 to 1 i B. F.. Pea 1.7." to Jf ." a b;i We carry a large stor -k .r .il .vci'ht of bagging and ties, jeanut and j-a bags. Write for prices. To Farmers i i ' i f i i i I 'i.'J S ' : '!!?' WE(;iVKOK (i.':f:.'.T IJ::;!)'.F, S1: Farmers' Manufacturing f'ompany : I u-1 vour Patent Barrels e.vclu - including T."' barrels of Jri-h jtat.'.--. ever used, l'ut me down aj a j-ennanent other. FARMERS' MANUFACTURIiNG COA 3 7 3m J. E, WOOLARD, Beiiies, Carls k vapDS. IItrM'-shHin .i sptvi.ilt) . ! 1. KIM1- T co TIN WORK, j . i 1 ; , . Roofing. Guttering. STOVES. M Al l, K!M'- 1 1 i j i U WW. IkVM.I. M ... ' ; .. HO HCFte z K3 MORE MM V3, IViITCHELL5S SORE, WEAK, & INFLAMED EYES, Producing lonj-SijfittJrtis. fteitjr ing tQ C'f t of f.f Q.J. Curet Tear Drops, Crant lntu r, Stye Tumors, Red tyri. Rtattrcl t ye Lnt'hpi, in rtitpunc jt ik tmir iv riinnii cttR. JUo, i!i:iy nil. at !''. t -ti t in t.i'itr rrnila J , ii.-h i" I lrei. IVirr fcrn Tamnra, Hlt llhram. !rn. IMIra, it ktirrvrrlntlaitirsiK!ioi v tlltttttl.ltM Ovltl ttj all lraaUta ci Obis. 7 II! n , SAVAGE. SC & CO . -: Cotton -:- Factors :- C:: M !-! i II n 1 1) ( III' I II I 1 ; ITew Drug Store. Scetlanfl JJeck Urns C- Wc Mi v He Hi'' .1' ' ..f ..! ('! ntry f b! price, -t.x-k of ind N ' . in r Uc Dris, Patent Meaiciues, ( !icini',;i!- Pcrf::rt.'-! ;. iii.ikf .i -i' Physicians' Prescription S, Whi iicnny , j .c;,i - IJ-. 1. ! a d c in t !. 1 b, ..f i Mi 4 i i - -. 1 :n tf i ii and Truckrs. HAVING i:I. AP'.J.D ! i: rAPA'TrV. Wo arc p ;,... v, ! ;::.. K East Patent Barrels. IN ANV O! A VI TIT. it'll l':lf I. . IT.l: i: aiA f'ir r -h ' pT '-'-'j :e!i lit- f-. M- I ;.7.. 7? r r'. OF ALL KIM-.- We h :im- lii:r.dr Ti ielv in the -.; :i c . my en-).., r- the ii-t I .iri'J I want t iv tl.i-y cu-torncr, I will Yours trtilv. GEopGi: A. WiLON 17--. W- NORFOLK, VA. x'o a.u luis wince. I