E. E. HILLIARD, - - - - Editor.
Published Every Thursday. v
Enteral at the Itttt-Offire at Scotland
Neck, N. C, an Second Class Matter.
THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1895.
The Charlotte Observer commenting
on the recent displays of will power as
seen in Gov. Atkinson of Georgia, Prince
Bismarck, and others, says that "a strong
will can accomplish anything not en
One of the Presbyterian churches in
Charlotte has a nursery connected with
the church, at which mothers may
leave their babies and go into the
church, enjoy the services and then
take the dear little creatures back home.
Newspaper men get off all porta ol
twisted things on every body. The la
test twist we have seen on the financial
question is from the Plymouth Beacon.
It says a man who favors free silver
gave it as his opinion of what "10 to 1"
means, is that if he had a gold dollar he
could get sixteen silver dollars for it.
A traveling man of considerable ob
servation gave Tine Democrat the fol
lowing in an interview a few days ago :
"Some weeks ago Hon. Hoke Smith
of Georgia, in an interview, 9aid Geor
gia was fast receding from the silver
craze and in a few weeks would be solid
for the gold standard. I have been
traveling Georgia for ten years and
have recently been in every section of
the State, and the people as a whole
are pronounced in their views of this
all important question. Georgia ia a
free-silver State and will be hea.d from
in good time."
TOO MUCH SUSPICION AND DE
The fight over the financial question
is assuming an ugly appearance. Who
ever supports the "gold side" or "sound
money side" is called an enemy to the
people a gold bug and is said to have
been bought bv all street or some
other Eastern center, while the sup
porters of free silver are called silyerites.
cranks, demagogues and a class of repu
diators. Each side had as well recog
nize that there 13 some ability on the
other, and neither need be too dogmat
ic, it is a question about which hon
est men may differ, and both may be
influenced by the purest and best mo
tives for the country.
It is time for men to quit abuse and
settle down to facts and reasons. That
is the only way to reach a correct con
clusion. The man who goes about
talking of others being bought or con
trolled by sinister motives, is not apt
to le a man of the best character him
self. Suspicion indicates a suspicious
character, and that means "bad." There
is about as much money being used up
on one side of this question as the other,
and so it comes not well from the mouth
of either to accuse.
Correspondence to The Democrat.)
Rixgwood, X. C, July 8, 1895.
Crops are growing fairly well. To
bacco is fine. Mr. C. A. Williams has
laid by some as pretty and nice as was
ever grown in the county. Mr. Tyree
also has some, the like of which has
not been surpassed before in this sec
tion or any other.
The cotton crop is the poorest for
years. Blooms are generally plentiful
on fourth ot July or earlier. I haven't
heard of one in this section. If half a
crop is made anywhere I have traveled
it will be a surprise to me.
Corn 4 small tho' there is sufficient
time probably, with a good season, to
make a very good crop. .
There is an abundance of plums and
some orchards are hanging with apples
that are beginning to ripen.
Blackberries are ripe and in the
greatest abundance. They are being
picked by the colored people and sold
to agents of the Medoc Vineyard for
one cent per pound. It is said that a
fast gatherer can get from 50 to 73
pounds per day.
Mr. L. Vinson has several acres in
chufas which is a very pretty crop and
is a most valuable food for hogs and
fowls. He planted them in May m
rows 3 feet apart, dropping the seed
about one foot apart, into well fertilized
The sheriff is collecting the $10 li
cense fee the last Legislature, in the
wisdom (?)ot their deliberations, im
posed on physicians for the privilege ot
dispensing their time and labors upon
suffering, struggling humanity. There
is no sense, reason or justice in taxing
a profession whose services are so poor
ly paid for as the average doctor. And
the lawmakers who had no more sense
or discretion than to impose such an
unjust tax, deserve the contempt ol
men of all parties and those of no par
ty it all.
Cured Every Case.
Meadow Hill, Caldwell Co. N. C
Last summer I received a sample bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea, and it cured every case of
bowel complaint in which it was used.
L. L. Caeltox.
Tfce County Commissioners.
We could not get the full proceed
ings of commissioners' meeting before
going to press last week, as they were
in eet-sion three days. Following is the
remainder of the report :
Accounts allowed ;
W R Shaw, attending court, ic, 7 00
C W Dunn, conveying lunatic SO
J F lirinkley, recording orders -S 00
W W Iiosser, assessing proterty 18 00
J I) Wood, making coffin 2 00
C II B Howerton, goods 1 00
Emry k Pierce, goods 31 l j
p W'stainbaik, goods 3
J M Grizzard, guarding jail 7 00
T B Willcox, " " 7 00
Dallas Austin, " 7 00
Wm Dompsey, repairs at jail 3 -0
C H Hale, goods 75
Green fc Gainer, meal 19 20
J W Brown, good 4 90
" 2 00
Mrs C P Tillery, boarding jury
W II McGurgan taking tax list 34 00
J R Bnckell, as. Weldon towns'p 22 00
J F Brink ley inaexing Co. records 00 00
Edwacds it Broughton, tax book 2 00
W B Tillerv, goods for Co. 8 35
Everett, Waddey & Co., 12 35
W H Allsbrook. assessor 22 00
Harrell'.s Printing House 5 O.j
T II Allen, assessor 12 00
John Fenner, work 1 00
J B Whi taker, tax list 38 20
eldon Brick Co., 2 20
F Frolich, goods 1 23
R B Bnckell, assessor 12 (JO
W H Hux, " 12 00
J K Pittitt, " 22 00
RUilkins, " 22 00
J A Nordeet, tax list 25 00
" " assessor 3 90
J T Howell, " 4 00
E C Shearin, tax list 30 00
1 day ch'm mil. 3 00
B B" Nicholson, taking tax list 25 00
" " ch'm and mil. i 30
S J ("lark, convey, lunatic, fees 13 10
Dallas Austin, work 5 00
W T Jenkins, assessor 12 00
S J Clark, holding court May 95 70
Dunn & Coughenour, lumber 7 80
B T Harrell, assessor Palmyra T. 20 00
Drew Braswell, " " " 20 00
J II Smith, " Scot. Neck " 30 00
W C Roberson, " " " 30 00
M B Pitt, " Roseneath u 12 00
W T Whitehead," " " 12 00
" ch'm and mil. 4 50
M T Vaughan, tax list 25 00
It G Reid, jail acct. for June 116 95
C V Andrews, tax list 30 00
" " ch'm and mil. 5 00
J F Cullom, guarding jury 10 50
Tax lists were accepted from Palmy
ra and Roseneath.
R G Reed instructed to present al
lowances ot each person with monthly
R B Britt allowed to payTreas. $3.55
on settlement of direct land tax on the
A W Millicon tract of land and the tax
collector in Conoconary township is in
structed to collect the remainder of the
tax for J L Barkley.
The following committees were ap
pointed besides the names given last
Dist. No. 10. W H Hux, Anrelian
Springs ; L H Dickens, Aurelian
Springs ; J L Williams, Weldon.
No. 17. J D Wood, Enheld ; T S
Willey, Enfield ; T E Thornton, En
field. No. 18. R W Brown, Roanoke Rap
ids ; J II Thompson, Kitchen; Jas.
Fitzgerald, Roanoke Rapids.
No. 19. Stewart Hardy, Scotland
Neck ; Isiah Clark, Norfleets ; Wright
No. 20. Esau Tillery, Tillery ; Chas.
Merritt, Haliiax ; Wm Wilkerson, Hal
ifax. No. 21. White G P Williams, Air
lie ; E A Daniel, Airlie ; Edward Por
ter, Airlie. Colored J C Alston, Pan
acea ; Wm T Williams, Panacea ; J S
No. 22. T 11 Bowers, Airlie ; J W
Crawley, Airlie ; Jim Alston, Littleton ;
Perry Mills," South Gaston ; T Zoliieof
fer, Airlie; Wm Baker,. Littleton.
No. 23. J A House, South Gaston ;
T W Myrick, South Gaston ; B D Ham
ill, South Gaston.
No. 24. Junius Hardin, Enfield ; S
M Lewis, Enfield.
No. 25. Neal Harris, Littleton ; C J
Alston, Littleton ; J II William, Little
ton. No. 2G. J II Pope, Crowells ; N Fitz
patrick, Crowells ; Ridley Parker, Crow
ells. No. 27. J T Pruden, Weldon ; J H
Pierson, -Weldon ; WE I yey, Weldon.
No. 28. J B Brickell, Weldon ; W
H Allsbrook, Weldon ; Virgil Johnston,
The following apportionments were
made to the different school districts :
Dist. No. 1 $125.00
" 2 50.00 $25.00
" 3 100.00 50.00
" 4 55.00
" 5 100.00 30.90
" 6 75.00 25.00
" 7 100.00 25.00
" 8 70.00 50.00
" 0 75.00 25.00
" 10 50.00 55.00
" 11 75.00
" 12 70.00
" 13 75.00 50.00
" 14 50.00 25.00
" 15 50.00 50.00
" 10 75.00
" 17 50.00 25.00
" 18 75.00 50.50
" 21 50.00
" 22 40.00 30.00
" 23 75.00
" 24 50.00 25.00
" 25 25.00
" 26 40.00 20.00
" 27 50.00 25.00
" 28 75.00 25.00
When so many people are taking and
deriving benefit from Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, why don't you try it yourself ? It
is highly recommended.
Best Medicine we ever had in our
Thaxton, Ashe Co., N. C. We sell
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arhoea Remedy and it has proven to
be the best medicine we have ever had
in our store. B. Y. Martin fc Son.
Commissioners' Special Meeting.
County commissioner held special
meeting in Halifax Monday.
The Enfield Lumlr Co. wa allow
ed until next meeting- to revise their
tax list and the company is required
to file a statement of the number of
shares of paid up flock.
E J Emry'o property m the town of
Weldon was reduced from $14,100 to
The United Industrial Co.'s proj-erty
at Roanoke Rapids was reduced from
$15,000 io $5,000
The Roanoke Rapids Power Co.'s
property at Roanoke Rapids was re
duced from $S5.000 to f 25 ,000. The
Company was allowed until next meet
ing to list their capital flock.
Mrs. P. A. Lewis' property in the
town of Weldon was changed from
$2,500 to $3,000
W T Whitfield's property in the
town of Weldon is reduced from $1800
The Caladonia dower tract is reduc
ed from $12 per acre to $7.
J II Futrell. B A Pope and J R
Pope's Caladonia property reduced
from $14 tD $9 an acre.
Miss Nannie Stainback's property in
Weldon Is reduced from $3,000 to $2,-500.
It was ordered that E L Travis re
port to the board whether or not the
R N & W I' Co., property is liable to
R W Brown, Chairman & mil. 3 50
E W Hymiin, com. " " 4 00
M H Clark, " 2 00
W C Daniel, " " " 2 05
J F Brinklev, 1 dav as clerk 2 00
It Saved His Life.
Cronly, Columbus Co., X. C. I
gave a small bottle or Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
to Mr. II. C. Williams, of this place,
wno had been sick with bowel com
plaint for two months. It cured him
and he thinks saved his life.
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THE thirty-fourth session will open,
the Lord willing, on the third
Monday, 15th of July, 1895, and con
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Board can be obtained from $S to $10
per month. Tuition from $10 to $20,
to be paid in advance. No deduction
made except in cases of protracted sick
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TR A IV V.'lSO SOt Tit.
Dated Mav No. 2:5. N.
EL tO." Dailv.
Lv. Wcld .n 11 o3
Ar. P.- ky Ml. 12 57
Lv. Tart-tro. 12 20
Lv. BockvMt. 1 .'
Lv Wilson 2 03
Lv Selma 2 53
Lv Fayetteville4 30
Ar Florence 7 2
1 1 03
Lv Wilson 2 13 7 35
Lv Co I Jslx.ro 3 10 0 35
Lv Magnolia 4 10 S 2'.
Ar Wiiming'n 5 -15 10OO
r M A M
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No 78 No 32
Lv Florence S 15 7 25
Favetteyilie 1 55 0 30
LvSolma 12 32
Ar Wilson 1 20 11 15
AM P M
No 4M No lo
Lv Wilmington 0 00 fi 30
Lv Magnolia 10 32 S 02
Lv Selma 11 35 0 10
Ar Wilson 12 25 0 55
A M I" M
LvWiNon 12 52
ArMockvMt 1 4S
1 1 20
1 2 20
Train on Scotland Neck Branch road
leaves Weldon 3.15 p m.. Halifax 4.05
p m, arrives Scotland Neck at 4.55 p m
Greenville 0.37 p in, Kinston 7.35 p m.
Returning leaves Kinston 7.20 am,
Greenville 8.22 a m. Arriving Halifax
at 11.00 a m., Weldon 11.20 a
daily except Sunday.
Trains on Washington Branch leave
Washington 7.(K) a m, arrives at Par-
mele 8.10 a m, returning loaves Panne-
le 0.10 p m., arrives Washington 7.35
p m. Daily except Sunday. Connects
with trains on Allemarle and Raleigh
Railroad and Scotland Neck Branch.
Train leaves Tarboro, via Albemarle
& Raleigh road Daily except Sunda',
4.40p m, Sunday 3.00 p in, arrive Wil
liamston, 7.1S p m., 1.20 p. m., Ply
mouth. .0 p m, i). 20 p m. Returning
leaves Plymouth, Daily except Sunday,
G.00, a. m. Williamston 7.30 a in.,
i).o8 a m. Arrive Tarboro 10.40 a m.
11.20 a in.
Trains on Southern Division, Wilson
and Fayetteville Branch 3ea-e Fayette
ville Branch leave Fayetteville 5.30 p
m, arrive Rowland 7.11 a m. Return
ing leave Rowland 7.35 a m, arrive at
Fayetteville 9.10 a m. Daily except
Train on Midland, N. C, Branch
leaves Goldsboro, daily except Sunday
0.00 a m, arrive Smithfield 7.30 a m.
Returning leaves Smithfield 8.00 am,
arrive Goldsboro 9.30 a m.
Train on Nashville Branch leaves
Rocky Mount atG.20 p in. arrives Nash
7.15 p m., Spring Hope 7.10 p m.
Returning leaves Spring Hope 8.00 a
m., Nashville 8.35 am. Rocky Mount
9.15 a m., daily, except Sunday.
Train on Clinton branch leaves War
saw for Clinton daily except Sunday
at G.20 p m., and 11.15 a m. Return
ing leaves Clinton at 8.20 a in., and 3.'
10 p m connecting at Warsaw for Clin
ton, daily, except Sunday at 0.20 p m,
and 11.15 a m. Returning leaves Clin
ton at 8.20 a m., and 3.10 p m., con
at Warsaw with Nos. 41, 40, 23 and 78.
Trains No. 57 South bound and 14
North will stop ooly at Rocky Mt,
Wilson, Goldsboro and Magnolia.
Train No. S makes cloo connection
at Weldon for all points North daily.
All rail via Richmond,and daily except
Sunday via Bay Line, also except Sun
day, with Norfolk and all points north
via Norf ol k. JOHN F. DIN I N E ,
J. R. KENLY, General Sup't
Sup't Trans. T. M. EMMERSON,
Gen'l Pas. Agt.
NORFOLK & CAROLINA R, R,
Dated May 13, 1S95.
Daily ex. San.
Daily ex. Sun.
No. 103 No. 23
P. M. A. M.
No. 78 No. 102.
P. M. A. M.
2 10 S 40 Lv NorfoTk Ar. 0 00 10 5
2 25 9 00 Pinners Point 5 35 9 30
2 50 9 29 Drivers 5 11 9 84
3 05 9 44 Suffolk 4 57 8 51
3 43 10 18 Gate:? 4 23 8 31
4 02 10 38 Tunis 4 05 8 15
4 30 11 00 Ahoskev 3 45 9 33
4 45 11 14 Aulander 3 31 7 58
5 25 11 57 Jlobgood 2 54 7 19
5 50 12 20 Ar. Tarboro 2 35 0 55
5 57 1 25 Rockv Mount 2 o5 0 30
P. M. P. M. p. m. A. M.
No 23 carries pullman parlcr
Norfolk to Rocky Mount and connects
with A. C. L. Train 23 for all ioints
No. 103 connects at Hobgood for all
eastern Carolina point, also at Rockv
Mount with A. C. L. train 27 for al'i
No. 78 carries pullman parlor car
Rocky Mount to Norfolk and connect
for all points north.
For all information schedules call on
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T. M. EMERSON,
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