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E. E. MILLIARD, - - - - Editor. Published Every Thursday. ;.,, rd at the 1'nst-OJfice "t Scotland Xfcl:, V. C, nn Second Clns Matter. "THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21, ABOUT THAT WHEAT PATCH. FROM Til K AM TIOSA L CAPITAL. c. V. !ICOJII It U now time to be.i'm to prepare, W.-iiin.H'V. 1. C.. ... 21. for wheat, and The Democrat njrain j The iV-i-V-nt nr.. aid net. r."cr;- wheat!'51 h th'.ir v.ne-.. :i :1 Uj-cchd train at 11 o cIock .Monday ini-ht for At!;ir:I. Mr-. Cievei -ivA remind.-; its farmer reader,- that culture is a very irxiTortaiit part of their work. We hope to ree a fair who. SEXSA TIOX. ! Could not , r- croj in 1 f ,-. ,,... t , r. We are dent :'tur;.- L n- the 1're-i-? h h.milv the: 'I here is more sensation to the lypjnre yard in the world to-day tnan has been Known -ince the serpent bc-uiled moth er Ko. There is senseless sensat ion in politico; the same in the religious world ; and still as much m the social world. We are ?orry to see so much of it. The latest from the pulj.it in North Carohna is Mr. Tuttle'fl declaration from his pulj.it in Raleigh, that an arrhan'-'cl with a search Avar rant and a 1 MX) reward would have a hard job to tin I a preacher in North Carolina with rrit and grace enough to turn a rich ii!:;n out of the church. Mr. Tuttle was seemingly justifying Dr. Thompson's tirade against the church ; but it sounds, rather harsh and hard for a young man like Mr. Tut tle to make such a sling at many n :rav-h aired veteran in the ranks of (iod's ministry who love the truth as they love their life. We believe, from observation and contact, that the ministers of the gos j.el in North Carolina, of all denomina tions, a-a whole, are thoroughly sin cere, and would stand for t tie truth in the face of the rich as well as against the poor. this communitv next year rr-n',rUd that it the farmers would out to V. f ,, Con'.'res.- meet-'. J .; 1 iOMnti once raise wheat successfully the:. , cud .uiav innisO -;;o;i -to;,- at J. would l-e slow to abandon it. ! bur:. Dauvil' .-',:!; -'-v -.'ud "a n It is no longer necessary to assert; Miirl:.;i Carroll ami Altant that the farmer who raise- all h'u home ! trict Attorney Wei!! , r,v the Att supplies, will always come out ahead of j Oenera !:.' ANNOUNCEMENT I The Centra' Warehouse. Tarboro. L. C. Oct. 1st. 1805. Pianos and Orc.ws' ' - : At the- c!- - 't?e. ; the scvli'O ad-Dls- ; t hat v. n have v: ti:' jiiie :ir-r ir. 1 h::vi;:. Art) 4 t " 1 x k v. v a n s mouore thi- woe! ! : :i. : ii'j to:1, a - a -,n- t ild-loi'o before .luuge eyi hone tiie ( 'on: mod ore will be i.t. raio wbo l.uvs most of what he j ' v.r.-f ' Thr r-a-" will be tri-d to-dav at ; consumes anu uepi.Miu.i on a ivu'.mi w; . , tobacco croj) to pay fr what lie buys. Retter have it all at home, and home lo f,-f.f,. sunt. lies of Hour will do much towards) Thi making the larmers more independent ! Let them jilant wheat. 0 AillllltjO u r our. 1 ; ! we claim to ha- i i a;l wii.o entrust. : tiie that even now t from '. account ! it- i . el lent ou-tlit mm :e .t highlv -at i -f e i : t liv": r to. r We a - We only ask an enquiry To !!.. i :r,y ,u :.,- , . -! fullest toek THE XEGRO AM) FREE SCHOOLS. ID Cl! 1; 1 The Stale to, Court of Claims, which gave judgment for :p.M.:-JO. He says : "The Demo crats have a verv fair H'o-: ect l uc- ccs- in Xev.' V 1 k ;' HOW' ABOUT IT NOW? One year ago there was much dissat isfaction amongst all cl isses of coile :,t tii-3 price of cotton. Fanners said constantly that they could not do thus and so with "1 cent cotton' And tru lv they could not do much. fSut many, strangely enough, charg ed the low price of cotton against the government awl the financial condition of the country ; and Populists all the time stuck to it that supply ""d de mand had nothing to do with it. Now that the price of cotton is twice what it was a year ago, do these same persons who blamed the govern ment fllA T l(M.ioitio ndniii-iivtrn tion for low prices, applaud the same government and the same administra tion f'-r tne good prices of cotton? We have the same financial system and the same environments, so far as the government is concerned, but the entire cotton crop of the country is quite short. Does it not now look Hkc supply and demand regulate prices so! new hat? No one can be more delighted at the inn. roved cotton market than we ; and we mention this matter only to point our grumbling friends to tho lact that it never pays to grumble, and especial ly so when we locate Hie cause of our disadvantages or misfortunes in (he v rone; place. The South has done much for the colored race since the war. Jn the matter of education alone the colored j money borrowed for the equij eopie have been greatly blessed. They pay about one-thirtieth of the pubiic school money in the South and receive nearly half of it for their schooling. " hoover tries to make the colored peo ple dissatisfied with their treatment at the hands of the whites in the South, is really an enemy to both races. Mr. F. D. Winston, of Windsor, in a speech to the colored jeop!e at then Agricultural Fair at Conway last week, made correct reference to the showing the colored jeojie have in the South. He also gave them some very whole some advice. Among other things he said : 'When the United States govern ment lent Us aid to the great World's Fair and invited the nations of the earth to witness all its development, it did not extend to the negro race an in vitation, to display its j.rogress or par ticulate in the supervision of the ex hibit. President Harrison was sought and importuned to appoint well known colored men and women to places on the Board of Management which he declined to do. "How different the treatment of. the negro in the South. The great Cotton States Exposition held at Atlanta, the city that Sherman burned, the State of Bob Tooms and of the Vie- I Prcsiiipiif. of t.Jio Coiiffwlor.aey, give place to colored men and women as ex hibitors in special buildings and call- a di.-tinguished colored editor, Bookev T. Washington, to participate lor his race in the opening exercises. This is t lie difference between resolutions ond practices, between hypocritical cant and honest action. 1 , t i ' can not fail to -yrr.pa- ... yr I ti:'ixe with una u i.er c.h.it to oe free, i fail to see why the Tinted Stai.es should ;ur-::o:i thi- an in-tant. ..... i . i Senator iisil maoe an argument oe- ; io:p the United Stat Sup:eme Court and some of t!,o rio-e-t sellers yesterday m behalf o: the State of New ; their behalf, promising th.ei V..rk in the suit l-r -n iht g.-.int the drummer.?, as wi.:r, you are !' Unite. I states U ever :f PJl . It-'J inter-'oily langua.e of the man wh est on nc mor.ev pai'l by the State on ; you to liis market, let the res: men! of i know what th weed i- wort! trooj.s during t !;e ' il war. The mi- ; market value, aim on thi pn: tional government refunded the prin- 1 -o graded correctly and we wi ,J - We ( arrv the ..o s GommuE ,'..' i a . iT ! -' ! !.' ' Ca...v I'' ... : i . .hat he m ''' e hai : : ('. i no; give ! i ...re here to -tay nu:- if. n: w::itk i""l- rri.i. ! : i''' ! ai:- i v ation. i t e OUI' t o I : ny the mtere.-t. latter int' tho WALTER D. MOSES & 1 he ticket is a good one. and all das:- of Demo crats, so far as I know, are going to ; support if. At the same time it is an off vear politically, anu the party that can manage to eel out the fullest vote 'will win. Iam not well informed as to the conditions in New York 'ity, and therefore, am not qualified to speak concerning tho municipal campaign." Senator Jiill is looking in excellent health, and will be ready for robust ac tion when Conere-- nn-eK Dr. Capeha.t of Avoca is prominent Iv mentioned for Fi h Cornmi-sioncr. Tru-ting we may see yo JO :j hu ran v.-. a tru! 0 Hadding ton Building. STAE WAElHOuSS, GIIHEN VILLI', X. ('., THE STA 77-;." Commends ih-eif So Hie Headers of Tsu: DrMormvr as !,he ph-.-e t -ell t!r: T()ihC( ' . Nothing has hern left tuah.ne in the con-; ru.-ti u of il.e biiildm to ensure top market price- 'V .-ur T( i;.. ' ' . ':. I !:,::. i - . l:u a ' !. and ("apt. Pace, the a'-knowleugod leader in the V, arehou.-o !';. '.:;- to 1 -ok a ter vour interests in the sal" of your T' ;'k("' " . Hosslieads and Tierces funiislied on Appli-! - n,,, sa I nation. Give us a trial and be convinced that ! : vifc lu,li Mual in-tru.-tiou. b !! IP - I -o.-- 1 !: ' ' illi.N. N I h'.:i.- mat ion ..' In4--2 -Jn I v. II i. w. r i r n i i 1 .r XT S 3 H .LX Y 1 X i J V a. V x 1 n 1 r 1 lrl till j iti'l '- IB Si I WHY IS IT SO? Tnt: DiiMoriiAT gives weeklv, as re ported through the Maiutacturei-n' Jl' -nri'.a brief review of the new in dustries in North Carolina. It must have struck our readers as a fact a lit tie strange that there are so few cotton nulls Hi Eastern Carolina. Almost all the cotton mills in the State are west ol Kaleigh. Eastern Carolina is a great cotton producing section of tho State, and yet there are so few mills here Avith which to utilize the cotton. It has been stated. Ave believe, that there aie cotton mills enough in Cleveland county to consume all the coiton raised In that county. As a matter of fact, too. cotton sells for at least a dollar a hale more m Cleveland county than in Halifax, or any other eastern county. Now. suppose Halifax county had cotton mill's enough to consume even half the crop produced in the county, and the price of cotton should so be a dollar a bale more than it is. It Avould take only a few years to .save large amounts of money to the farmers of the countv directly in the sale of their cotton, besides being a means of fur nishing employment to many people Aviso a re now not profitably emploved. Tins m turn would bring money into circulation and every one would feel the effect. Tin: Di:.mocuat hopes to see cotton mills take their proper place lor loca tion, namely, in Eastern Carolina where the most of the cotton crop of the State is produced. '"The doctrine that all men are creat ed equal has no application to race de velopment. Taw cm not make men equal. The things for you to ask yourselves are, have avc equality of op portunity? Do 1 wish to buy land? If so, do the laws, permit me to own it? Do I wish to become a doctor? If so, do the laws permit me to practice? Do I wish to be a merchant? If so, do the laws permit me to sell goods? These are the questions, and not does the law On Wdnr.di Oeh.her !:id. 1 will begin the publication at Raleigh oi The j GfreeiiVllle . Stole, a weekly Democratic newspaper. lhe wabdi-word ol i .'o- win be steadfrst support oi the Democratic Tarty and its well-e.-lablished principles, and V.'Inte Supremacy and intelligent and hone-t administration of public affairs in North ''avooiai. '1'hy. Si -i!e will advocate Bimetallism, the industrial development of North Carolina and the extension of popular education. Subscription price, 1.2o: Clubs of five. Clubs of twelve, 10.0O. A copy of the paper, when issued, will probably be seen at yonr jiost-oflice, Your subscription is solicited, i will be glad to send you the first num ber. Start now. S. .A . Asm-:. Editor, Raleigh, X. C. no market can or will pay you more than; ..m ( ' l l) I ' ,1 :, , i ll' . ('mi at rj r,.!i hi 1 1 No; lo !. tfi? i mj P , 11 P -NEW FALL A X i )--NEW VA !.L AND- Li t r O 1 T- No. o f')A?i.Tf W V. S)iM'K. ri i r- r-i" " r jr !E Id of ;.!.. si-. v ..!;(!: a. M. I!. IIOLLAXK S )S A. ( OTOLO HISEBY sy a-y i t&x & if tin C. K, King, Water Valley, Hiss., cured cy Our Slock of Coods is now cr.mp at once and look for von i n ova-!" o ect and v. e V: S .!.. . - -.1 .1 i -O I i i I '.to you to can 1 , H P 1 I 1 r 1 r.-eii anu i)e 00:. rine :l tiiat we nave the no ci unplele stock of goods ever brought to Scotland Neck. You can find a bet ter assortment ai our store than can bo found in at any onu Store in town. Xow the.se are facts and cannot be dis puted by any one. Ye are o'i'ci ;ng JJ ill 11 I LillllU il 3 1! S i C J! (1 .7 111 JJU W Itlliii S N a i ? -1 . 1 1 li u si s ; 1:; fi:s . 1 can' Po'ihrv. Dggs an ;,,n. ( I. nni' i n. 1 j 1 , 1 1 f f:k f!;i:;;nc;:: - 1 i.c 1,1 !il, oi O, ,H : , 1. Co rra-. p. . -Co::i!i'NDKNCK AND ( N -! ' : ' i i ' N 'i .1. JfiXES. Vil Si A .3. i CM W il VJ r .- ft. I Cotton Faccor and Commission Far riv vr-nvs. 1 la-oil uatoht misery 1 os!!i aur;'."'ii;ii' liit'iaiiaiisiii. I tried every lu.'.Wll 1,-iaeiiy, const::.-.! t Fest i;liyi ckuis. visited I lot :-sri Lsy:-;. Ai k.,tl;rei; times, spcauli!),' -"101,0 there. 1 -I.h- loctirs' bills; luit nitl'.l I . . t - ; 1 1 ..,a.- t. .-, -...,.- -.-..it.-.F 1 . ive me a farm, or force patients to! llesh v.-;.s w07tV,i owsiy'so that i wHghe.a iiiiy uinesy-ihrec iuiii-t ; my left arm and buy my pills, or send customers to my store ? if: 'T am not here to tell you how to vote. That is or no moment to me. My idea, however, is the les you con cern yourselves about voting and ohice holding, snd the more you concern yourselves about a full stomach and a whole shirt, the better off you will be. I know ot no more deplorable sight than a man, Avhite or black, no mat ter what may be his politics, without an acie of land, without house, mule or ox, Avithout cart or implement arid without food and Avith few clothes, dis cussing gra-e constitutional oiestions ;'cre drawn out of shape, the muscles lx-iug twisted np in knots. I was unable to dress myself, txeept v.iih assistanee, ami Could oniY hobble r'bent !iv n-.iii" n e;uie T and concerning himself about who got j had m ;ua; et;te. ami wt assured, by tb.e elected. The r.roblcm hofo,- doctors, that I could not live. Thepahis.at not the ballot box. but the meal tub ; We have not the sp.-.o.-- v i- Ij'.'.-o-;". l IT l IP PlRS' . 1 ' ,. to S ,'c. a.- ' 1 But vou can get an idea ironi what we b: ie-t : O, o , . -ur c si s v a w m axt!-s a a La k -. r uiiuui uiai pi 1 l h -? ive 0:1 Men's, from '2'i cents up to i) finest wool. verv p 6 fj- ? 3 1 1 n i .- E S S I not the State house but the smokehouse." Look out for colds at this season. Kef p yourself well and strong by tak ing Hold's Sarsaparilla, the great" tonic and blood purifier. 5lajor L. C. Latham, of Greenville, died in Baltimore Vednesday October Kith, after an illness of a few Aveeks. lie died from the e'Tects of an opera tion. He was .") years old, served gal lantly in the war, had been prominent 1:1 the interest of the State for several years, and Avas one of the most success ful lawyers in the State. DlZZINKSS AN) IXWUESTION 11 KI.IKVi;D. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla last spring and now 1 find myself in good health. When I had taken Hood's Sarsaparilla only a short time my head was clearer and 1 have not had that disagreeable buzzing in mv ears Avith w hich I was formerly troubled for some time. 1 have also been free from the discharge of bloody matter from my nose. I have gained lour pounds in the last two months. I pro pose tauing Hood's Sarsaparilla until I have used half a dozen bottles as I w ish to prevent the return of Catarrh the j month coming winter. 1 have had no trouble with indigestion during this summer, while I have been taking Hood's Sarsa parilla. Miss S. C. White, Murfrees- ooro,i.u. nt laie's. v. ere v. nwfa', that I could procure 11 hi only by means of hypudermie injec tions of iimi-phinc. 1 Ir d my limbs bandaged in c!;iy. in sulphur, in poultices; but these pave only temporary o 'ief. After trying everythhur. and sai.VritiiJ the most awful torture1-.. I bec.au to take Ayer's Sarsaparilku Inside of two months. I was able to walk v.iihout a. cane. In three months, my limbs began to stvenu'la a. :aa! in the course of a year, I was cured. My wcitrlit has increased to 105 pounds, and I ;.:n nov able to do my full day's work as a railroad blacksmith." The Only JfYorkTs Fair Sarsaparilla. AYICir.S I'lLI.S citrr Headache. Static oi-- Xoiitii Carolina, Superior Halifax County. Court. T Juxio-es iV. .--'- for Ho1 fax Co. By order of the Judge ol the Supe rior Crant of North Carolina, now rul ing the 'Jnd Judicial District, you are hereby notiliod to make all cases tried and not finaily disposed of by you, be tween this date and December I'udUo, returnable to the Circuit Criminal Court, which convene-; Decemher cind. JMo, being the 1st M.ondav n said H E a 5 I 1T f3rf B v. s J I k il n 3 I ' 5 uyiiliiJ u i Li"-'; : !. Ad-. .. !.(-. 1'ioi an.l Ili-he-t. Mar;: ir:;r.aitef.( ... j V'.7" in i". - ;i 'h '! : i:- . d f i ;. h 11: ! . . - f r iHGvV LiCij tj;;r-?in'fi !tTfo v'i:ddi.; c r. . ' ' u o a : I i : . .. - 'cCs. all prices. Reefers are llie Latest things m La lIics', fisses' au.l ,;;,;. :,-. Tie.-. V. e have just received a bc;;nr ful lot oi them at .V cents ca'di. 3 tern 5 s: -wo' f,--'' 'i a I g :i 1 3 3 JAS. H. BELL, Vh.e Jeweier. TARBORO, N. C. JO!o hi i : ; i r : 1 !i" .... mail jo it- ri ; 1 1 1 . j d t eautifn! I i . i e I Wo Ci:i-:i'(..-: :,t p:... ... 2! heap r.t lc to 1 ; ' :if"l at i o-.--:r-, '. n s ; it- fin tuod-.or-: !,;., i will furor ii t r -i; on i l.o i'o-t i-'i'V!'')' - J t i - i N . .":h-Di. b n-M ! Ttl.-N I . i ! ' V'.L'V, - i ' ail b..Ir, J (.t Gome and see for yourself tliose thousand-! uP!8rS AHp3 yOSifOd. and-one things we have not mentioned. it. U. Jouul. u lu,5 iibOitlum iiubt. ii, : i u : i a- 1 oh-;. n i& M i I i&is I Prepare for the next bear hunt. I have a .e v. a- ' - in : : - .-ncu l:--h f,-, .... ier ,'ud oor-n theru all he:e. i ltl' I' a 'ju.irt ',r -Tl a bu-h(-! in the she!;. J ;. o;nr iiv.-.'.-c i . tf "n.-.ye so,;cited, J. J. RAWLS, Scotland Xe.-k, X. C iNotice: iNotice!! t ur l w l t o f it Knnn ri An nun V.-itness mv hand and official 311 J-ya.UlCl &, J US L LUG XlllUgS seal at office iii Halifax town, this! or the boys to nave lor tne next Bear Hunt 2ist day of October, a. i)., ib'jo. j April ooi. Fine for STOortinn- thrnno-h ntov N. B. JOSEY. Stickling M. Gary, Clerk StiTerior Court. Our Ianos ;irt, ,.0-ted. Keep oil them. I shall force the law on all jr-ons, friend- or foes who di-re'ard this no tice by tre.-pa-in- on the land and limber of the .North Carolina Lumber Company. f. Dl.nn, 1 Inspector I ha- , ;- : when; I j Till l.A'i : .M I hi " With the a I shall be .tb.v : persona 11'. Trice- low ..n 1 - - ;" MISS K'A'l i; ."rc-'t-. lVH::":i' .:5K'( )S. - h C ( ; ! ( i r. ; Mr ;t.U f. .? - V ID-" o tvl V. t.