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i i.: 4 St-ti i$4 i ! It f it Hi El" I i d n I 1 'TIH Ml i i i ill II - 1 fa .lh; !1 lis II; u ft i 4 The Democrat. crisp wasiiixgtox xi:ws E. E. HILLIARD, - - - Editor. t '",rr-.'";.iii' .et'-Tir I.'EMOIPAT.I ! W.v-hivoton, I). ,0;t. L'S 1"-:'" ----- I I ne President ana Cabinet linve re Entrr'l "t tlif J'ot-OJ:ce at S oi!i,! iiuriuA iiii expre-s tLeru-he- a.- ! Published Everv Thursday. X'ek, X. C, o.s Sf( oifl ('Irtxa Mutter THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. '9.1. AO OY' YEAR. It is. commonly considered that the year between our Congressional and State elections is an "off year" in pol itic.". This year ha.-i leen a most marked exception. Calamity howlers and place-hunters who are already mak ing calculations about their course af ter November election-in lo9t, have kept up the fusilade the blessed year through. Scarcely a single week has passed without some populistie rally .some where within the borders of the State. It has been Butler here, Skinner there, Thompson yonder, and now Henry somewhere else the livelong year. And tfiA miw'l" to o jTi'ticvJ fvlltjnerri of tliese hungry office-seekers have too often neglected their business in trying to find out from these Solon.s something new about the situation. All this is simply agitation artfully planned and skilfully executed by these men wiio are looking for nothing more nor less than their own personal interest. It i.s absolutely appalling to see how some men will stultify themselves about things which they neither have the ca pacity to know nor ever had the oppor tunity to learn. We do so much wish to see a time when men will lay aside all bitterness and forget all unpleasantness and turn their attention once more to the devel opment of our goodly land. IXDEPEXDEXT FA 11)1 ERS. It lias been many years since the farmers of North Carolina were as in dependent as they are now. Several times this season th news has gone out from Kaleigh and other places that some farmers who were unwilling to take prices offered for their cotton, hauled it back home and said they were not compelled to sell it. And again the news goes out from some of trie cotton mill sections of the lighted with what they saw at Atlanta and along the route. Secretary Olney has announced t! e fa'-t that the future policy of this gov ernment will be to enforce the Monroe Doctrine The new and stalwart atti tude ot the United States toward the effete monarchies of Europe who wi-h to make va.-:-a3s of the rich and unde veloped countries of the western hem isphere is yery gratifying to patnoti? Americans who do not wi.-h to see the stars and stripes dishonored or made to piny second fiddle to the I'nion Jack oi any other ensign that floats over land or sea. I hear Hon. Tho-. Settle will have one of the best chairmanships within the gift of the coTiini: speaker. Thus. B. Keed. Mr. Woodard ouL'lit to have one too, not only on account of hi length of service but because of hi conservatism, faithfulness, and ability. The Senate will be thoroughly reor frunixed if the itepuMleans win in the coming elections. Secretary W . II. Cox and Mr. Peter Wilson will lose their places in any event, but if the Republicans are sure of victory, there will be a general overhauling oi all the places obtainable in both House and Senate. Senator Hill of New York says he is in favor of a single term of six years for a 1'resident, and of the election of United States Senators by popular vole. Hill is right. Comptroller Eckels who has just re turned from Kurope fells me that if the financial agitation in this country could be allayed and if foreign capital could be assured that there would be no free silver law enacted by the incoming congress there would be an immediate rush for American securities. .Kit her the Southern 11. 11. or the I). and ( ). will soon buy the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley R. II., so I hear from a well informed R. R. man in this city. Mr. Hoover of Randolph who was injured by colliding with a street car while riding hi3 bicycle is better. Mr. ;. Randall lias made a conv of (he late Secretary Dobbins' portrait at Chapel Hilf for the Navy Department. NOT A SICK DAY For Over Thirty Years! RESULT C? USIJTG AYER'S PILLS "Ar- t's C'ai;art:- I'iil-s f.r ovt-r thirty rears hav: t u.- in :.". I h'-alth, u. r li.-iviir,' L.nl a sick day in all that time. I;. f. .re I was twenty I surl red a'na.-t c n'in'K.IIy a a result of ron stip'itl'ai fi-'-Jii dyspej.-ia, headaeh-., nnral'k). "r boiN ami etfir fruptivo di.-i'.-a.-cs. When I lx-taint; convinced 3 oj3o you sell candy? Virginia Gaudy Coiirpallv M v.'.' rs Who'i r. I'. r : . -i: .i:s i.KMoN-. i;n - : f .Ki AND T:.' k : ! I Roanoke Avenue. i or: II 1'. a.-.::- I .:'.v. ' - mm -O HORSES Pianos and Onc.ws1 that nine-tenths of my trmihles were caused y eonst i p:i t if n, I lit-;an the use of Aycr's I'ills, wirli the most satisfac tory results, never having a single attaek that 1 i 1 not readily yield to this remedy. My wife, who had been an invalid for years, also hegan to use Aycr's fills, and her h(-alth was quickly restored. With my children I had no ticed that nearly all their ailments were preceded by constipation, and J soon had the pleasure of knowing that with children as with parents. Aycr's Tills, if taken in .season, avert all danger of sickness." II. Wkttstkin, IJvron, 111. AVER'S PILLS Highest Honors at World's Fair. Ayer's Sarsapariila Strengthens the System. -a !Hnnnn' 1 iluMi ay Mil Jaairy TIIKN" K V VAIY Tuesday and Friday AT THE 1 f OPTO I Horse xchan THE PRESIDENT IX GREA T DANGER. Rings!! Rings!!! When you a "WEPDIXtJ or KX( JAGE Xi EST K L'nT;, call on uq u pen xlie d e weier, TARBORO, N. O, W.) AND oi UXJoX STKEET. n '9 170 W.VTEH STREET. -"f- aik-r then, ev .'s7"Order.s by mai! leeeive prompt at tention. ' lo 3 Iv Chariot tr Obwrrcr. ?ifr. AValtor T? Tfnnrv 5.-. . i btate tiiat renrcsentafivfis rf tu T - , 7 t - .cHlf l Kill VI)H- Lave to o to the fanners and a.sk them to sell cotton to supply the mills. And even then the farmers sell sparingly, holding the most of their cotton for a better price. Tin; Democrat rejoices at this state of independence amongst the iarmers of Xorth Carolina. It is the result of wise planting and husbanding home supply crops during the past few years, forced upon them by the one-crop sys tem and the great lack of home-supplies so common amongst the farmers of the State ten and twelve rears ago. If the farmers of the land had been thus independent all the while, no demagogue could have led them off into the wild political chase which many of them entered through the leading-strings of the Alliance. Now, that they are again independ ent, and tlmt not through their politi cal vagaries, but m spite of them, let them return to the Democratic partv which has been the true friend of the people through all its history. gressman Shuiord, of that district, to take steps, when begets to Washington, to have President Cleveland impeached- We call this matter to President Cleveland's attention in order that he may take the preliminary steps toward moving put out the fire and call the tlC'LT. If a a n pi? y 1 1 fl ? i a R g u a. 111! It. Li lis Col. nenehan Cameron, of Durham county, has been elected president of the North Carolina Agricultural Socie t, to succeed Col. Julian S. Carr, who lias been president two years. Justice Walter Clark of the Supreme Court will spend His coming winter va cation in Mexico. While there he will write a series of article- for a leading magazine. He has been advised by his physician to take the rest. XEW IX I) US TRIES. The Manufacturer' Rtcord reports the following new industries in North Carolina : The Cary Lumber Company will luip a planing mill. J. L. Gore, of High Point, will estab lish a handle and spoke mill in Char lotte. At Charlotte the Ada Manufacturing Company will build a weaving-mill ad dition to cost .f.10.000. Frank and Marshal Deayer have reopened the Heaver gold mine in Clear Creek township, near Charlotte. At Greensboro the Crown Cotton Mill, idle for several years, will resume operations ; has 5,000 spindles. At Greensboro the North Carolina Fence Company has been organized to introduce and construct hedge fences wu- "rnnam, Jr., of Philadlh Pa., president ; W. H. Pearce, manager wuice, national JJank Building) can ital stock .145,000. ' ' 1 At Greensboro the Pioneer Tobacco Company has been incorporated, the capital stock to be -150,000 ; p. k. Bo-. aen, president, and Jos. Ilosenthal, sec retary ana treasurer. At Greensboro a company has been .uea xo manufacture bed springs with McAdoo, president ; W. L. Scott vice-president, and V. C. McAdoo, man ager. John Whitelaw, of Raleigh, has pur chased the Morrisville brownstone quaiTies. At Raleigh a I0.nnn . turmg company i3 0rganized Some of the insurance cases have been tried m Beaufort with a verdict for the defendants. The solicitor made a motion that the cases be moved from that county on the ground that the Stale could not get a fair trial there. Judge Graham granted the removal, saying that if the State could not get a verdict on the evidence m the cases al ready tried, he thought a fair trial could not be had there. The eases were removed to Jones county. Wo have just received a shipment of Johnson's nil and Fever Tonic If was bought with a distinct under standing between the manufacturer and ourselves that each and every bottle is guaranteed to cure anv of the following diseases : isf-CIirLLs A vj) fever. 2nd-IJILIOUS FEVER. nrd-TYPJIOiD FEVER. -ithliEMOR!jrAG!C FEVER. Oth-DKN-Grr: fever. j OtM-MKASLKs. 7th-NKFR.LGlA. Sih-LACKJITE. .TXo'v, we pre willing to sell to you on the tme conditions' we buy it'on. Vo will g;:a:-.r)t'.-o r.i:e sin-Ie 5ti, bot tle to cure any of the di.,0a.e.s above enumerated. Fa:!!.;--- tn, t. ...;n ciiccrlully re: '.:ru v mon.ry g&rYi: CONIl.'CT SALES every Tuesday until January 1st- ery Tuesday and Friday, beginning at 10 .-:50 o'clock, a.m. Y;i run no risk whatever in Lining at our sales, as we give 21 hours to try all stuck, and if not round as represented, your money is refunded without any argument whatever. N. R. If you get the stock home, and if not found as represented, tele graph us within 21 Lours, and we will hold your money, as our aim is to give everybody satisfaction. All stock sold to the highest bidder, and no by-biddin-is allowed, as we run a strictly legitimate business house. Call for vo-uvelf and bo convinced. We also have constantly on hand 250 head of Horses and Mules as private sale. The larges; stock in the city. Get our prices before buying elsewhere. Wri c for circulars and we will mail them to you weekly. P. S. If you h.ie any horses to sell, ship to us, but remember, wht n they are up at aiction, you must take the highest dollar bid, no matter how valuable an aniual it is. Til dcClesry - McClellan Live Stock Co., Norfolk. Va. ! VTX i i - - ' : ts -4 Yc only ask an enquiry ...To il ; AN . . .is our that !!ie j , or in f.,r u! ; !. XYc carrr the fullest stork a' !o . w bei-c t- ' ' ' p! !(- ,i :; ! . . , , in-, I i t,i!ic!i e ..,!,, , to I i- c !Ho;- , ,l til.' pap WRITE FR YYA. P R IK 'I I.A R- AND M F VN WALTER 0. MOSES & CO ! 1! ( m b'l. ! i. V AV I- ( iy Iladclinston Buildinjr. Si iitjrn(s .-!iiiilte! .il Aim Tin,,.. riir I It'll Y!! U, d in rue! : n . I, I, -',... J " ma! ion I. W. V I: l J ' V 1 i -H-M )S.. :' ;i -"r i J.t M-1 f 'mi s ni ii i,n a (if ( f'r, .o e' . r r i I .-I-1 i i ! Ii . n s. .;. i I I I I . ;w.,!!u" -; jut -NEW FALL AND--NEW FALL AND- NORFOLK lour.- nul Xeck, N. C. .J oiii;snn s Chi: 100 times bet tor treatment of single bottle Tor sale by E. 1' e ei" ! onic is lian Uniuine in the forms ,.r fo-er. One "WIIN TEE - C3-OOZDS I Our Stock of Goods i.s now complete in every respect and Ave invite you in call at once and look for yourself and be conrinced that we have the most complete stock of goods ever brought to Scotland Neck. You can find a better assortment at our .store than can be found in at any one Store in town. Now these are facts and cannot be dis puted by any one. Wc are offering M. If. Hon no. f -N a;-e;n. nd ' :iij Va. M. II. H. ,i MM u S3 1 i i w W i !! ! T rn npiff " m i e. r cm lUUlJ: M. H. HOLLAND. SOX A- i ).. WHOLESALE ( OaIM ISSI0X AJ KKt !! l. X '. S R,ltli,h, I),., J. . N MT' i :.ui:s : iVanut--. C.fjnij. V.rn. I'o! I '.try. I-Jggs and l.nrnher. RE FERENCES 11 -Ve have not the space to to tell you- js guaranteed to cure. T. Wiiiteha.I Co. Rmgwood News. (Correspondence to The Democrat.) Rixgwooi), N. C, Oct. 2S, 1895. The long drought has caused mflnv of the small streams to dry i,. and th large ones can scarcely flow. Some wells have dried up and unless it rains erysonn will cause much inconven ience. We had a small shower WPni. Iy but it did little good. Mr. T. B. Watson lias returned. nW several weeks stay with his family at " arrenton. Jennie E. Bobbitt left last weel- the Atlanta expositoon. Taull Matthews spent the week in Kaleigh taking m the fair. Mr. J. H. Norman of Brmkleyville lost a little boy last week. Air. Sidney " Atiiaiii also lost one. p ABOUT OUR PRICE But you can get an idea from what we print below and come and ee the nM yourself. The Rank of ( '..niainvc V, f. I'.-irine--' R.uii.. .-,ilfo.'l:. V .. CORRMSROXDENCE A N I ) ' ; V - j , j - ,, T. A. JdXi:s ihli,h - if I. Cotton Factors and Coin mission M- rcl T""' Wl.-'if I vo,7 ,. ; Wliolesale and Retail Ia ,.!, r- in RA;; TIE.-. Ri' ; Spr-cial Attention given to .-a!-, of C.nTN. ( ; R A I N. J . ' ' BELT IXC. FIRE I-TTTINfiS, AND A FELL LLNi; OF If III 0IPDTTG(i if. Sporting Oooijs of every des cription. A kr-c consi..n. ment of black and smokeless powf.er. -hot and Loaded Miehs Also a full assortment ot htueand white and 'FT 4- ! Men's, irom 20 ce:ds up to the very finest wool. We have on hand a lot of the Celebrated Raleigh at ?.,:, and .f i.oo. S ! Liberal ( -i-h .dv. !!:-. . ,n Con-ignmer;!-. Ri,,:!i;.' Rr.nim and Hi-hest M.'.rket Ri;c-: Oua raiitof (.f 1. I. r f .;-. i i i - lUk . OI ,,!! JU ? e v Steel Enar re, You Can Believe The testimonials Dublisl,ftl in ii,ip of Hood a Sarsaparilla. Thpv ten by honest people, who have actually found in their own exnenP XT J 1 s-."- ujui Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies the hirwi creates an appetite, stremrthpno ,t, ' i , , o HJC biem ana absolutely and nor,- ,.. cures all diseases causer! h,- , , . -j luji.urt or deficient blood. Hood's Pills for the liver nri i,, act promptly, easily and effectively. FORCE AND- ITCHER UMPS, OINTS AM) VALVES.- I-arming Etensils. Iron. Cart and Wa ir on -Materia;, Cooking and Ifeating " Stoves and Fixtures. The tLLLiuLilLl OLLUUJi 1ILA1L Mi no. -vgents tor the DeLaval Separator and Majestic Ranges. Also a full line of Paints and Oils. Ladies', Misse all prices. s? and Children's i'iiiuol boa hdllflgb lilfiiiO Also a lot of Wire and Slat Sprincr a low j. rices. ' orem.?!-:- i : ToiiAt . to en -I; a.u'i ( THE STAE WAEEHOudE. ';i:i:!;.v!i,li:, . c boontie, ehown k oo mm V O t ;'' it! t r.aikff ;. i't. '.,. . the :, tor yri'ij- i;,u-rf- jn tj. i of i" i I D; -j iiS 'i '' '.i.'l-i,'- in th- '; ir T RA i . . '" i .'"ad r . our 'i i R.C( ' - at Reefers are the Latest things in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ties. V, e have just received a beauti ful lot of them at o0 cents ea;-h. I GOODS Best all-wool Flannel beautiful pat t?rn 30 inches wide at .TT'.c. Big lot of CREPOXS at V to Would be cheap at I2lc to L. c1ofSho?ds and ?ces furnished 0:1 A rn ViSVe Us a tnal and be conviue -a '- Greennfe an or wiil you raor, lu '.' hi; : m su rscE ! in iur-naii-o of an pi-eeumg- ivt erS;?rU'f H,Iifaxcoun:: I !,, ' p entit!7 Cha-. L. Turner v- w.;, J 1 . J rnor ..1,... davofXuv,mber t' T ' I TV own of Palmyra, sCii at ,hf. f LA V" ' o he highest MuMer or C:. , " j rt'M - the road leading '..0 V1,'1 "f I :-,;, AW. 1 , , - " i aimvra to .r. tOro COnb.lrnr.-r l"o . 1 ' Thi.s Oct. L'j, is:r. '5,.; , ,,.,,'IfEw - Miij,i:"I"o' 10 3 3m Howard & Co., TARBORO, N. C Come and see for -i , . - - wiwot lllU LI rSrl fill and-one things" we have not mentioned. Pi. C. JOSEI k CO, SciM Ml I G. rf-' ' 'J.O'L.lO 9 19 3m. t i I'liees Jo'.V MISS KATE OLD XE W-I 'A PFK JO cents a hu:... 10 2i T,t KTcni.v, Cornmis-sioner. !!