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c. "?.''Gt If YOU ARE HOSTLER !vr.i:T?-r Business. IS To BUSINESS aoliinery, L Democrat. I i OWKK. Ti!'T ,,-,.(. advertisement about ' ,1 iii-.-rt it in !r': TTiE DEMOCRAT, ?-C?2SSI01TAL. , xAVELL, 0 Xc,v Hotel, Main mm c. !t 1 office when not p.. ,,-Mrii'Cii eisuw u:iu. 1 1 , 1 ' - .-v c. 0 20 lv y corner 'cw Hotel, Main rf-5 1 "1 Y 1 Ull,i l II i iliiv u i ,f.ip. i a. . .nmrt lrnun i n ii'"i-i': . - f 1 pry 7 C ly A; .fi- TTA tf?' ,Ovcr .T. IX Kay's store. 0rKi" flV.,,.ur fmm tol o'clock; 2 - .1 i, in. - J 2 to .1 (i '!" srnTLAXD NECK, N. C. 0 win velu Attorney at Law, ENFIELD, N. C. A, n t3 TToli-1 ri,.(,-m nu .... v m ()n Claims e ,!!rr:4 in j-,11 parts of the State. J.n.r.t:0 mill ritlfi.u '-"" A. IH'NN, i r r o a' i7 r-J t-l a ir. Snrn.ANi) NF.rK, N. C. ,..u. wherever his service? are livc-.l 2 13 lv D U. V. J. WARD, Surgeon Dentist, ExFiKi.n, N. (slice uvcr Harrison's Drug Store. 2 7 0o ly E DWARD L. TRAVIS, Attornoy nl Connsolor at Law, HALT FAN, N. C. iWYi '-""J Lmtix J on Farm Land. 2-2 1-1 y -AAC EVANS, GF.MEI'AL CARPENTER. oci.iltv of Bracket and Scroll work 'f .-ill kinds. Work dons cheap and every piece guaranteed. 2 7 ly H'O ri.AXD Neck, N. C. STILL, HEBE JOHNSON eler. ith a thorough knowledge of the l"xr:r :!U.l a complete outfit of tools a: material . I am bettor prepareu inun e er t.) do anything that is expected oi a first eb- watrh-maker and jeweler A full line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry AND MFS1CAL INSTRUMENTS. Si.vtnc!r :,n,1 eve classes properly fl!'(l t,'. l,n r,-r fi-nn rif ohnV'O,. AH v,,i'k unaranteed and as low as good " ''rk can he clone. i Ma-lnne ad'iush'd (tnd re- EWj,,1: for my big watch sign at c-w 1 'i n ' store. W. H. JOHNSTON. . Ilu p?iP RP! -OW OX HAND. 'IU- SF.Lb Til KM CIIEAr. ir-TJ- u.- wiM t.nlv-e contract to Cfif-fi'.rni.-h lots from 50,000 i&nv more anywhere within IC".". miles of Scotland IsecK uu always furnish what j&W J'rj,i want. Correspond-? er"-e and orders solicited. 3.1 D. A. MADDRY, l-10-K.Vi v Scotland Neck, N. C MKNTION" THIS TAPER i'jIOl -I.I.'.IN' The lew n B 1 BIS E. E. HILLIARD, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XI. REGULATOR;! Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg ulator, the "Kino of Liver Medi cines?" That is what our readers want, and nothing but that. It is the same old friend to which the eld folks pinned their faith and were never dis- xr - - v "- mendation for it is, that it is better inn 11 111. 11. i in l i, hi ir i m m iu i ri:um "Pttt.Q novor frrinfia noirfii" titooV- ........... J, "V,V! fe'l'V-J, "V V,.. Ci- ens, but works in such an easy and natural way, just like nature itself, that relief comes quick and sure, and one feels new all over. It never fails. Everybody needs take a liver remedy, and everyone should take only Sim mons Liver Regulator. I?e sure you get it. The Red Z is on the wrapper. J. II. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia. THOU ART BUILDING. Fach man is surely building up a mon ument of deeds And the stones are swiftly gathered as the glad year onward speeds ; Be they smoothly dressed and chissell- cd, be they broken ana. unnewn ii . i . -i l the ,oied, lieSlected esplanade, with splintered fragments strewn? Bring the trusty square and plummet, try the pitch, with steady hand For without a true foundation no life monument may stand. Hast thou Bought, with critic fancy, where the perfect might be found? Hast thou delved amid the quarries where the valueless abound? Life is long and deeds, are plenty, you must build with careful aim That the structure rise in beauty, as a tablature of fame. Use the golden square of conscience ; talve the pitch, with steady hand For without a true foundation no hie monument may stand. Has the block of mortal weakness found a place amid the rise? Or does selfishness shine boldly m the shimmer of the skies? lias tiio gloomy tint oi avarice crept like a serpent in? 'Mid the rearing of the structure, are there vet some blocks of an? From thv heart lift out the plummet try the pitch, with steady hand For without a true lounuation no mr monument may stand. Shines there but one block of sorrow from a brother's helpless cry .' Is there yet another tainted by the lone ly widow's sigh? Gleam there now some orphan's curses, swiftly crumbling from the side. Rises up thy mighty structure on a corner stone of pride ? Bring the straight-edge of thy con science, try the pitch, with steady hand r 1 L : lif. For without a true iounuauun uu monument may stand. Freelv strewn along the wayside rich materials there be Rightly used would bring the blessings of "a thankful world to thee : Life, and hope, and love, and sunshine ; honor, trutniuiness anu pui i Thought, and trust, and noble impulse, let thy rising structure share Brin" love s glided square iuiu. n.in- mettry the pitch with steacn bind For without a true foundation no life monument may stand. J. ". Mack-ley in Plain Deab r. Endorse the Union Central. Law office of B VTTJ.E k MORPICAE. Raleigh, N. C May 1, 18U3. Mr. Carev J. Hunter, Gen. Agt, Union Central Life In surance Company Dear Sir : From my expenenw. executor of W. H. race, of the prompt Uh which your company meets its loes, and from some enquiry I have formed a high opinion of its reliability. Tf I were of an aae to make it possible tQ incre:lse the insurance on my me. I would be glad to raice a i nt, company. 1 should tbmk it perfectly r.tn SlOTiea 1UUI5 uui.i, itJJ. L o J R. II. Battle. Roanoke, Va., Dec. :, 181)4. Carey J. Hunter, J l Tito Tni?- (;0 Supt. union - for N. C. and a My Pear Sir and I rieuu . During my four ycara "- ,1 tice I was medical cxam.nei iui - - - of the strongest lnsu.u.. ---t - in the country 1 was oi cuu.. 'orL i,Ui,,ato with. ho roncy co ; tracts, Ac, but 1 am ireu ii; iu, rficltanon, that U.o j lirit'PTTiPiit nas me .- eaict form of contract that I have yet f Bastor Qalvapti.tCrch. Gkaxd Success. Gaddysville, Robeson Co., X. C; ' h:lS been used wun -IAMS. SCOTLAND NECK, NT. C, THURSDAY, BITS OF GOLD. Lsam TliS3 Suggestions When You Visit. B'hlicnl JUcordfr. When you are invited to pay a visit to a friend, yon should, if possible, find out how long J' our visit is to be, so that you may not interfere with any other plans your hostess may have made. It would facilitate matters very much if every one that incites a friend to stay with her would state the limit of the invitation as well as the time of coming. Do not begin your visit with a disap pointment. If you have signified jour purpose to arrive on a certain train, let nothing but illness prevent your taking that train. If you are ill, telegraph at once so that no one may be put to the trouble of meeting you. Be punctual at all meals. Get up as soon as the rising bell rings, and do not let the breakfast be delayed on your account. It should be unnecessa ry to stty this, but 1 have known girls that would "lie just a minute after be ing called, then dawdle over their dressing, and be ten minutes late, mak ing ail of the rest wait for them, since the hostess naturally does not wish to serve breakfast before the appearance of her guests. A visitor becomes an unwelcome one if she does this, and she will not speedily be asked to repeat her visit. Keep your room m order. Before you go down to breakfast see that jTour bed is taken apart, and the clothing put to air. Take care of all 3our toilet articles and j'our own clothing. If ycur hostess has more than one servant, you will probably find your bed made and j-our room arranged when you go upstairs from 3-our chat with 3-our hostess after breakfast. If she does her own work, or has only one servant, whose duties keep her in the kitchen, go quietly to 3-our own room, and take care of it yourself. Do not exact constant attention from your hostess. While she is about her household duties, 3'ou may write your letters, read, or do anything to amuse yourself ; only be amused, and do not act bored or hurt because you are left to yourself. If you are sufficiently in timate with her to ask to go with her while she is busy, offer to help her, make the tasks pleasant by doing them together. Before you leave home provide your- elf with all the little toilet necessities : pins, safet3T pins, darning silk and cot ton, thread, silk, scissors, and plenty of stationery and stamps. Do your part in entertaining. Be bright and cheerful. If 3TU have an3' pleasing accomplisment, be ready to display it if asked by your hostess, and respond to her request as if it were a pleasure to confer a pleasure. In short, be thoughtful and consid erate, be sensible and helpful, be natur al and be amiable, which, 1 hope, is 1 Von will m such a case be a model visitor. Table Manners. Good Housekeeping. r, f L-r,ta fork and snoon LJ.lt? U5U J- . -iliVJ X and fingers undergoes considerable modification from time to time, and .immlarlv enough, as it would seem, more articles are allowed to be handled at the table than formerly for many vf:- v. Anions these we may name bread, olives, cheese, radishes, celery, asparagas, berries served with the stems, and most fruits, while it is no violation of polite usage to take tubes of sugar with the fingers. Generally, however, what is considered the proper usage will be indicated by the lioness in the utensils supplied with the various arti r . u-j cles, and when none are niM.eu may be accepted as an indication mat the fingers are expected to do the un tv. The knife is to be used only cutting, spreading butter and the like the spoon conveys to the mouth fluids and semi fluids only everything else is relevaten to the fork. The tree that has stopped growing has begun to decay. There is no rest ing place in nature. Where do you stand? 'EXCELSIOR IS OUR MOTTO. Xarriarc and Hone. C. J. Norman in. Plymouth liracvn. Let us remember that the union of husband and wife is the chosen type of the relation letveen Christ and the believer. It ought then to fe the ten derest and noblest of all relations. Noth ing to my mind is lovlier than to m o two 3'oung people well m.ated, 1 chin ning life with the high purpose to con tribute to each other's hap -mess. Mar riage is the vestibule of hon a and home is the vestibule of Heaven. There i no word in the Engli-h language sweet er than home ; at thement on of w hich every heart vibrates in ten ierest sym pathy ; it holds within its warm grap the famil3' secrets of sorrow and joy, it is an oasis in life. The husband an noyed all day with business reaches home where its burdens are removed and love is law , for awhile he forgets the day and its cares, for home with its happiness swings upon his mind and heart, as the morning swings in upon darkness and makes it da It may be an humble home, hut a wile's industn- and care can make it attract ive. The sacrifice of the husband to make home comfortable, and the sac rifice of the wife to utilize overy means in her power to make home attractive, combine to make it sacred. Homo is the place of ten thousand sacrifices. The husband may be making just sac rifices, but the true wife is by his side. A Cheerful Heart. Selected. I once heard a j'oung lady say to another, "Your countenance to me is like the shining of the sun, for it always gladdens me with a cheerful look." A merry or a cheerful countenance was one of the things which Jeremy Taylor said his enemies and persecutors could not take away from him. There are some who spend their lives as it shut up in a dungeon. Everything is dark, gloomy, and forbidding. They mourn from day to day that they have so little, and are in constant fear lest what little they have should escape out of their hands. They look always upon the dark side, andean never enjoy the good ol the present, for fear of the evil that is to come. This is not piety. True religion makes the heart glad, and when its noble principles are felt and exer cised, men will be happy in spite ot themselves. The industrious bee does not stop to complain that there are eo many pois onous flowers and thorny branches in his road, but buzzes on, gathering the honey where he can find it, and passing quietly by the places where it is not. There is enough in this world to com- plain about and fund fault with, if we have the disposition. Wo travel often in a hard and uneven road, but with a cheerful spirit and a heart to praise God for hio mercies, we may walk therein with great comfort, and come to the end of our journey in peace. A Matter of Mere Patience. Washington Star. "Well," said Mr. Sorklns. "I've quit .. t ni,A,-.t tbP fatft of the eoun I HUllUtH'c l -"-' "" try and the destiny of our present so- ;.,i B,.etam nnd tliincrs' V J ill VCLVH - CD "Have you solved all the problems?" "No, I haven't solved any of em. But my daughter .uinerAa Jane a, - k 1 ; . , . and find out ! . t :t when she gets through." Made $3 Eztra. TI";7i.i iiintmr Star. That Cincinnati boy who was told employer to fix up the show wm(j0w so that every woman who pass ed would be sure to stand and look - didn't mean to cast any reactions on the women, but he struck a happy idea it hnf.T-around .thus converting - Lvin(jow into a mirror. It worked - ' like for a charm, and his boss gave him $3 ex ; tra that week VThen Baby was hick, gave her Cart aria. Vhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoriv When she became Jlias, the ciong to Castoria. Then jq hei itildreii,ebe gave them Caetori. JULY 11, 1895. a lis? TCS7H pssszsvnra. Ncrtb Carclira Gcrcn::rs frsrs 1710 ta date. The following li.'t Governor North Carolina was ct pic-d from tl record of the town of Hdenton, Chow an (onntv, by Mr. J. H. Kllwo, f Statcsville, while on a visit there : 1710 Charles V. r. 1720 Sir Richard Evt r.ml. B.irt. 17.'il Gabriel John-on. 17."3 Mathew Rowan. 17.iS Arthur Dobbs. 17GG William Tryon. 1773 Joiah Martin. 1777 Richard Caswell. 1780 Abner Nash. 17S2 Thomas Burk. 1784 Alexander Martin. 1785 Richard Caswell. 1788 Samuel Johnson. 1790 Alexander Martin. 1793 Richard D. Speight. 171H Samuel Ashe. 17DS William R. Davie. 17011 Benjamin Williams. 1802 James Turner. ISO") Nathaniel Alexander. 1807 Benjamin Williams. 1S08 David Stone. 1810 Benjamin Smith. 1811 William Hawkins. 1813 William Miller. 1817 John Branch. 1820 Jesse Franklin. 1821 Gabriel Holmes. 1824 Hutchlngs G. Burton. 1827 James Iredell. 1828 John Gwens. 18510 Montford Stokes. 1832 David L. Swain. 1835 Edward 1). Spaight. 183 Edward B. Dudley. 1844 John M. Morehead. 1845 William A. Graham. 1849 Charles Manly. 1850 David S. Reid. 1855 Thomas Bragg. 1859 John W. Ellis. 1861 Warren Winslow. 18G1 Henry T. Clark. 1SG2 Zelmlon B. Vance. 1805 William W. Holden. 1SGG Johnathan Worth. 18G8 William W. Holden. 1871 Tod R. Caldwell. 1874 Curtis H. Brogden. 187G Zebulon B. Vance. 1S80 Thomas J. Jarvis. 1854 Alfred M. Scales. 1855 Daniel G. Fowle. 1890 Thomas M. Holt. 1893 Elias Carr. Th9 Necessity of Composure. Demorest,g Miigazme. Qne mng that if not a nece.Ssity, if afc eagt conducive to comfortable liv ing, is hardly appreciated even by those who most need it. This is the need of having some time each day entirely alone. It is impossible to live comfortably without composure of mind, and tliere is no way of securing it so surely as to spend a short time each day (and a long time is even better) in silence, and -free from interruptions. It b - soothing to a tired mind. The person who does not like to I alone once m a while is already on the highroad to- wards ill-health. it is the only wa to have rebel from the conIU9lon ot always being in - omc one's presence, which will, eror! flll iater, either affect the nerves or weaken the mind. Wherever, or however, you live, then, see to it that you have at least one hour .f rf ovprv twentv-lour that vou IHll W V . . . call your own. come mum at. first think this is impossible ; but. - rarey fin(i any one who does Jnot waste in, than thi, evervday,and who is Verv act ot taking this hour the Lfrenthpns the will and adds that I c J much to the comfort of living, since weak-willed person is at the mercy everything and every jierson that may encroach upon his rights ; and not least of these is the right to live healthy, comfortable life. You cannot tell by the size of man's hand what kind of a heart has. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK Si - NO. 31. r b ncl tjxt-gr mm fir" fcfft Mr. N'!kttt . t j:-i.."AhrC, "t T at'it ;ftit or t;n H. u-j ftirf C..L T. I . f Wrf ln IV. Imai :n with fs.'tw;-.. -', tin- rS iril 1 f irt Hp uixxl cvtfj ititf te br I of. I - Jt.-r hiru. 1 i 3 ta r f - n r S-uo. h ( t i i ; ! - t J h, tJ tut t r M Vv i t in t fro 4K -K ' kr.l frj tl t Jr. , h"-t,:-.-V T rL. 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J'.mldnie Ktiitton, niotithly. t !.:xjn ysr. Srrcl copies, cents. Kvt-ry iiuiuSmt cnr'nns ti a i- tilul plates, to color, ana iiioutrra'ii i houcen. with PliUiS, enaMtncr buildi-rt to wfc w tiio latnt dcgitmi" and necuro ormtra-t v A 'Mrt MINN St CO- SiZW IOKK. aOl lili'JAUWAT. Southern Hotel, ir.M.irAX, n. r. Fll:sT Cl.AS Ad lMMO!..iIi.- n; 'i hk J r -1 : i H -. The Fare Thr H. st Th Marl t A ll rl Mrs. C. 1'. Tii.i.i cv. Mks. .John 11. Kknm.k. n can ---' . .J we not a of mkntion mis r.u i i;. 2 21 3m 11.' j ic U ' ' . -(.' fr SsmSB IPiiysicians' Sv . J IV - ' i .... . .. 4ia r-iuwr:- . TASTELESS ! hd V J k m "taanCMi a t- ii ii i xii ii ii rrga II II II I.XII II 13 1 I I n rT 3 SIX I I! I - ? V IJ t ' ' I II VI II tUTTT-nf L3 6 6 IS JUST AS COOU rUK AOULiu. WARRANTED. PRICE GOcts. OAI.AT1A. IM-S.. Sv'. K. j Par's MfyJfirn Co., M. Ixui. TA.-Ti:l.h! CHiLi. IONIC r.l fcar Loucht uirv' Kr airear this y-ir. U: '' J wren" - t 14 rear. In Ui ilrjif t.- ! i;uua w your Toulc ""V, CA.!H i the a a -For sale and uarantec-i bv- he E. T. WIIITKHKAI) ,v ro., G 6 Cm Scotland Xeck, N. Til AT V - - i-f !.? ! - Til it . "U jour Atlirrt'v'Mjunt 'i ?.C ..'''A. v-.. - 1 s J 1 V t - OR. H. 0. HYATT'S SAh'ATCR! Norfolk Commission Co., Fjuil.. Vi-,'.-!..b:. -, ' I; ! 1 ! : I v ' I '!!; ' ' f r. N..-f s. V ; 1 t . -b ir, I'.iH! - " i . i M .-v iVinr, N.i.. ' i:..uk "f W tM .' !-' J 1"J K 1 tl o' IHIMl ,;; . '! llli nil' ill t-l ill I." ' ('' f. . S.oiit i ! f.-.iN. s.m bi: t . vvb 1 1 1 '.'1 If. ,N , F'ir!i-!i ,tll ILn-I. r-..f! .iiid '!t'ui-!n S;l n; Sin Ill If .'I'll. if 1 d !. . 1 i i. l-4 I tllH' I" I'M l-t i ttt.l I f ! l' Kn..vu. S.-'.l b ('.. I h ui-u'i-t -, : ll 1 ! v. I i i Nr. Hop; Cholera. ( "Hit. bi'b -UK'- i in n . Oid i ':'' r .!i i- y V and .il I '1 M . "l b'" tin- 1 ' 1Iic!i!h1 by !i! my v.r .ine cui'. I i m ,b-'vV aii'l I'm.- -! .I p Ul, rm: ovn: ri i i y vi A V ! I ' M ' Mr-. Win-lnv ' I ' !. I ! - til'- I ! 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