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THE WILSON ADVANCE: NOVEMBER 5, 1896.
The Wilson Advance. i "Ued ' dolKhinand sfun,h a!
' home. During this stage he lived
BT THS ADVANCE PUBLISHING- GO'-IPINY j almost wholly alone, there was no
- . - . ; : :: - j need of towns because everything was
A money crop was
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
John A. Moore,
W. L. Caxtwkll
Entered in the Post Office at Wilson,
N. C as second class mail matter.
farm are pastures which are used at in- know that both in London and Con- ' be the result pr:c
tervals. On these pastures is grass, stantinoplcs the Armenians had in- ! tor 'the better. 1
produced not by ami rial means but cendiary societies devoted, first to j business just
as a result of stock raising. The ma- the instigation cf murderous -out- j election is ivcn - .
nures which are gathered is used in breaks, and, secondly, to the dissemi- j What tobacco
making food for his large drove of nation of literature full of falsehood j during the pis: we--cattle.
When a cow does not come and devoted w holly to the inculcation prices. The weather b
up to the requirement he sends her of prejudice against the Turks. We j tavorable to handlir. t, 1 -
right over to the town and sells her knew,, also, that England was especi-
for beef. Such meat always brings a ally interested in giving currency to
STTMSr.R IPTIOM PR' TCP.
One Yer $i oo mae many other needed improve-
mx Months . . sojmenls a certain amount o! money
Remit by draft, post-office order or , was neCessary. This demand was
registered letter at our risk. Always . .
ive post-office address in full. answered oy the introduction ol a
------ ': , ------ money crop. At first in Wilson this
-Advertising Rates furnished on u-as jn pnc forni 0f cotton. For many
.! years the acreage ol this staple m-
No communication will be printed j creased until it almost supplanted
witnout tne name ot the writer heme" ! pv-rv nthrr rrnn. h .irmevs thono nt
le name oi tne writer heme; everv other croo.
known to the Kditor. Address nil rnr- i . .
rpsnnnin,-,. i it better to raise ten cent cotton ana
The Advance, j buv the necessaries of life than to
Wilson. N. C.
a Tii'.tiviNi; i n i';;;i''KiK.
1 i fry I':u in;iur is pfdly Grov.-f iitff ts
I -iwllts ni: !i.'t- ;tr Very Xo-
i ! ; !:- M I-. W. T. i',U'lll:'l' lOlllS HII
I !-:i! I).:irv.
spend time trying to' raise them.
When the price of cotton therefore
fell the farming class of people felt
very keenly the effects. The amount
of cctton which they had been living
on for years comf rtably no longer
Should you begin a search you ! answered the needs oi their families,
could not had a town in North Caro-j This state of things grew from bad
lina a town which has in so short a ! to worse until the tobacco industry
raised at home.
not thought ot. When there was a
surplus over a decent living it went
for luxuries Later this old custom
gave away to a higher stage ol living
and with this came a demand for
money. To build new houses and to 'high price because it is the best that these wicked stories, animated bv the
the market affords. desire to rind a pretext for interfer-
His arrangements for taking care ing in the affairs of the Turkish Em
ofthe butter and milk are excellent, pire and making that interference a
The latest improvements in the art of Actor m her scheme of aggrandize
dairying have been provided and ment. We therefore combatkd the
everything that comes from his farm teachings of the Armenian agitators !
demands a good price because it is and counseled a coure of absolute j
nice. His barn arrangement is ex- neutrality on the part of our govern- j
cellent. Provision has Wen made ( ment and people. i
both lor utility and comfort. : That
Pesah's Mr. Farmer th
are very creditable
grades have been gcod.
light this week, on
dry weather, and will conti
til we have a season.
Prices are not high, 1
tar from being a brag. )
are expected after elect:
At a recent meeting of i
boro Tobacco Ass;c:. ",,
fibers v. ert re .
I . "I . T
we were right in this attitude ! 1 J-
crrcat'y as ir mv have been nu.esrinn- ; (nt- J- h
er.il oilier fan -.-: :u-r,ii:-rl Wikan t'vsf .... a ;., .i,., ., j,..., i lev
- , ... . i - x .. li.M.ii limi At (I. .u UliL' i
have nice outfits and a7
aie sev- crrcanv as
n . i -. - f -. . . K . . . , T T
prosper- i r.e report cA the commission sent interest
ous farmers because they raise stock, by the British government to inquire j week. I
All these men
Lr)n We h
Has oven c:v
; et, witn i:-
ur re re
time made as rapid progress along so
many lines as the town of Wilson.
From the beginning of its prosperity
energetic men have taken hold of
nearly every line of industrial pro
gress practicable under our climatic
conditions. These men have shown
during their stay in Wilson a willing
ness to push forward every line of in
dustry which in any way promised
success. The mere fact that our
strivings have been so diversified in
a great measure accounts for our rap
id progress- Had our efforts been.
came in, this in a great measure pre
vented the crash that would have
come otherwise. At present the
money crop is diyided between cot
ton and tobacco. Should the prices
of these continue to fall the farmer
will be unable to meet the many re
sponsibilities which the decade of
hard times has pUced on him.
Along with this strivieg for pros
perity from the ground comes a grad
ual strain on the natural resources,
which will in time render much of our
best farming sections unproductive,
combined along certain lines, had the j unless a relief is brought about. The
people been dependent on any one ; farmer is forced at present lo put into
occupation for support we would not cultivation almost every foot ot avail
be able to-day to boast of having the able land on his plantation every year
garden city of Eastern Carolina. Our j and in this way no part of the land
success is not due to one man or to J receives the necessary stimulant to
one class of men, but 'the working in keep it up to the normal state
harmony of all portions of our popu- j When the farmer raised a drove of
lation has insured for us a success hogs, sheep and cows a portion of
which would have been unattainable ' his land was being built up while the
by any other means. Men have laid other was in cultivation and with
out for themselves a certain work to each succeeding year he tilled soil
do, a certain interest to develop, and which had been resting a season. By
we have seen them stick to this pur- this means no part of the land sutler
pose through all kinds of difficulties ed, hut instead he was enabled to
until their eftoits were crowned with raise more on a smaller acreage be
success. In this we have been more cause it was well manured during its
fortunate than other towns. Look resting period.
Some one will say tliere is already into the facts, the utterance of th
an overproduction. Well, if every- London newspapers, the formal dec- ' time past. We look !o
body should want to sell milk and iaration of Lord Rosehery, late Pre- 'the situation until th-.
uuuei u Lue peopte oi u non uiere niier or ureat lintam, and, unta re- been decided. The chaiacu
would soon bean overproduction, centiy, leader of the Liberal Party, in ; offerings continues as ht-rvh.
But every one can benefit both him- England these and many other ! cent a'nlliiv off h color V
sea aiiu ins i.tim uy raising goou witnesses nave sustained the course i main unchanged,
stock. But you cannot hope to cope of The Post and dispelled the mis-! n
with these men unless you have good chievous errors which we have con- j "r s ccntnme stra.ii on
stock as well. Others fim: markets tended against with such nersistent I maret' WhlIe lherc ls a very
for such products and prosper by fervor. And now comes Mr. F percentae of common tobacco
raising them. Why then can you Hopkinson Smith, sent abroad by m , beaks we hilve "C11'e fcd
not do the wmo? TIih nnlltl thM W Vu uaMu itlim "luibun, w men latter are wti
changes which will rnm n rr-nlt Qt.uUr r,f , h c;tot,v. t.u u maintained in pne
.-... w - -" j uji. jUuai ivjii in 1 UlC) , V llUj
of the present administration can not after careful and dispassionate consid-
change your condition unless there is eration, writes to his paper positively
an internal change. If you are to sustaining our views in the premises,
live oft the people you must raise Washington Post.
what the people want. Our climate '
presents many advantages along va- j ieafm-ss Cannot i,e vm-ni
rious lines, and if people don't want by local applications as they cannot
to buy cotton or tobacco raise some- reach the diseased portion of the ear.
thing they do want and are compell- T,lere is on,v wne wa" to cure deaf"
ed to have. Improve your own land V'T' h-by const;l"tion?1Jem-
,. , . ;M edies. Deafness is caused by an lnflam-
and in so doing you will save a great ed condition of the mucous lining of
deal of the expense which has already the Eustachian Tube. When this tube
saddled on you a greater portion of is infiamnd you have a rumbling sound
your debt. Do not run from the or imPerfuct hearing, andhen it is en-
c . i j i , r i tirely closed, Deafness is the result
farm but study farming and find out , " , 4, . n . 7 ,ul'
, . tS and unless the infiamation can be taken
where and how you can get the out and this tube restored to its nor.
greatest yield from the opportunities mal condition, hearing willbe destroy-
0!d tobaccos do not seera to te
meeting with as ready sale as the
same did last year.
TV- 1 -r-r , .
xjv people Duy iiooa s fcarttinariiia in
preference to any other, in fact almost
to the exclusion of all others?
For Infants and Children.
iorever ; nine cases out ol ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflanv-t.- condition of the r.iu
We will give One Hundred Dollars
ut any case of Deafness (caused bv ca
tarrh) l hat cannot he cured bv H;
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CI- i:S: & Co., Toledo, o.
I"So;d i y I 'ruggists, 75c-
around us and see Low one sided are ' Put stock raising the easiest way
their interests. The efforts of the lead- to improve land has been almost ! "S-aturs
mg spirits of these towns have been entirely abandoned. The droves of
put out along one line, because that ' cattle which formerly built up our j " " -
promised the epiickest return, the re-: land are seen no more. In this is ! Ti, Ti;,,J' v'MM,t Arm ,,i:,
suit has been a stagnation of other one reason for the present condition; 1ur mnre lhan uhfeen months
lines of hn5inp nnH q cmlnc lnt r nftaf.rmpr Ho nnt nJ,r c !past i He lost lias stood, al tirst (aa:AMN(;s fi:om
opportunities along this one line
They know from actual use that Hood's
is the best, i. e., it cures when others fail.
Hood's Sarsaparillp. ii ptill rnaric under
the personal supervision of t ho educated
pharmaciiU who ori::-nted it.
The question of bc- i is just as posiiively
decided in five. of Hood's as the question
cf c jmparaMvo ;j?dc-.?.
Another thlnrj: Every dvtr'd--eirr.t
of Hood's sar3?.parilla is true, is hi 1; est.
m & m m
He has not only suf
fered himself but has allowed his land ! aIone' in an ilttiti; of protest aRainst
JOl UNAI.S I (HI TIIIJ r.KM Fll
or mi: xoiiAcro fai:aiki;.
. i i . ...
The pulse ol any town can be to suffer because he had no suitable j t,lc vlolent ancl lnens;ite denunciation iLaHiora i,,!,,,,,,! :;il,!uv.
.io miniirp xv?tli nhlrh tn ;mnrn,.0 w of the iurkish povemmcnt. with ref-
known by studytng the farming ele- j manure with which to improve it. !
The death is announced of Mr.
en nce to the Armenian troubles. We phijp p,a,on Key ,he firm c J
have consistently advocated a tern- Key & Co., plug 'tobacco and snuff
perete consideration of the situation, manufacturers, cf Statesviile, N. C.
and have always insisted that the He has been in li.Um-. health f.,r
i.i r .
i ineory oi religious persecution was
vearir, but i: atn wa iuimedi ttelv
ment around this town. No matter Take for example the farming sec
what improvement may be set on foot ! tions of the United States, that is the
by the townspeople the energy, the ' stock farming sections, they were the
stimulus can be found among the ' the last to feel the panic of '94.
farmers. It is this class of our popu-1 While the manufacturing centres
lation that sets the pace for any town. ! were striving for life they went steadi- ! viC!0US without he shadow ot sup cjue lo an alt lck ()f pneumon
Especially is this true when a town is ; lv upward. This is not only because j Port ;n act or reaso:1- IiKjuirv re- was a natjve ,,f Lousiana, and was
in its infancy. Then mere than at ' their guano bill was much lessened j vealc to ll tn:lt whilst there are 5,- DOrn -;n jarcj i$2, a descendant ot
any other time is felt every change in by stock raising but because those j 000,000 of non-Mussuihnans in the the .;.,y t-im;y ol Maryland, and a
the farmer's condition. Go to any hogs, cows and sheep could be sold, Turkish Kmpire, the only objects of grandnephew 'of the author' of the
town much older than Wilson and because the people ot the town were Moselem wn th have been among the 4.Star Spangled lianner." He w;is a
111'- - ... 1 - 1 . t . .. T Onr nnn c i 1 rinnnvinL' TMlfirfi inc ! 1 . .
asR wny ousiness is at a stand-still. : lorcea to have eatables. 1 nus all see ' ' A ,U"1U",U"' 4"Ui- i tobacco planter m Lahou:he parish
H00Ci?S Pi IIS Willi iioL.i!s.:;-.;.:.::a.
Cut Accurately and It?t'lfe
idiv on the
M Variable Friction l&l
vrilh QulcSc Itec-llnij H-ail
m&:i(.i)Oi fc-e!, with Ki-i:ir..-s tym
mni UoU:r from 12 to i.-V'Sk
fj?!- iio:ve V
For full eo.-criptivo c
A. B. FA ROOM A R CO., Ltd
has never been a massacre in which ! v
Lilt. U1 1311.11 KM llUIl--lUlUnillii-ail rfJ-.,r,. rl, rm.t.,i 1
renh(i ana gental gentlemen: who
sects was molest:d-always excepting IcaVi s , l:0st ()i fr; . ti) rerre(. his
the Armenians. On some few occa-! loss.-Southem Tobacconist."
sions there have been demonstrations ; ,
Your question will always receive the ' that stock raising not only benefits
same answer. The merchant will say ! our lands, but is a sure source of rev
that he has a full line of goods enue as well.
but they bring him in no profit.: Some of our most prosperous
Why? Because the farming ele- j Urmers around Wilson are men who
ment which surround this town are ' have gone extensively into stock
unable to take advantage of an in-! raising. They not only reap a re
crease in opportuhies on the part of Ward in the shvpe ot good crops but
those who are willing and anxious to sell at good prices the products of
serve them. This has always been the the dairy. In this way they not on-
history ot a town, its impetus has al- ' y s,lve quite an outlay for artificial a-ainst our ,niion:ilT establishments j
ways come from the outside instead stimulants but reap a sure, steady in- but k has invariab!r PPred. upon j
of the inside. When the town has a ' come directly from every cent invest- investigation, that these demonstra- j
backing it gives all the more zest to ' ed. The most conspicuous of this ! lions v;ir" "'-''- "vh u,Vl ;;1'f-' ;
those who are willing and able to- ; class is Mr. W. T. Farmer. Any sumablV provoked by the rcsence j
ivnrl- frr th imbiiildincr of flip IntPr. u i i r land macmnations c! rvrmeman agita- f
"i j wiit- v ukj lias licvci guuc uvci ills larui
nal industries. j or through his dairy arrangements
The farmer of Wilson County as ' can. spend an evening there very prof
well as the firmer of North Carolina, ; itably. Everything is arranged so
has passed through different stages of that nothing is wasted. What can
development. At first he lived in not be utilized on the farm is made
log cabins, made his own eatables, use of elsewhere. Over his entire shocked the Christirn world. We
beiore the war, served in the
Tin; following p-.-rs. rr,,u r-r
seized in this, tin: Fourth L'h
(an!inu, as lollops:
2-,. , iu twVv n
one Lh!. e;-ni wiiiskcy, a:
Urns. .Mr. i'crrv l a : ;v.
' vonieoei ate army ana alterwarrU jn- srii .n
Protestant victims. Kven at Erze- K roCrrri ;n cPvfini Kcr. r,.., I An-. 2.. c6, town A WiN
rnr.m TmK!vnn,-)n vher m ir mi- ' . COHl WhlSKeV, auolil 'U
.xv..wmv., ... years locating m Statesville. and s. I . T.TTili"',fm nwr.r
two ago, the fury of the Turks was ! eventually commence the iranic- ; Any r"n hav5;1- an
mnst pmnhiMllv vhil-.ifed none of , . , , . . saiu property shouhl aiK
1 ' 1 uire 01 tobacco ana snuit He was a within ;o davs fr.-ni cat..
notic: and show cau--- wn
ertv should not he forfeit'."
r,ive:i undt-r my hairl
Kaleih. X. C, tliis : .'m
Jliotoi fs ..f Diner. -nt North f untliua
31. si : t", u i:i ; UVi-k Tnkt-ii
f. 01:1 i'nh : J ,'IV 3
F. .M. SIMMON:
by J. J. Dan-
mers as i r:
tors. The conciusien was inevitable i
in fact, that the tmimles .ill had their !
trn'iblp in h' -,d fh'f" --f.. fit'.- :
not religion, was the primary cause, j
of the enormities which have so j ?J?f;
'H- c-,, during the hst Administrator's Notice
. :i -.e; y m. -derate owing IIavin- oualiiiec as Adui:::N;"-:.
C. T. A. of the estate of ( "'
briders, dee'd, this is to ""'t.:
nersfiiis itirUa )tf-1 tr the cS 1 1 '
lolding bick their
!:.e expectation ot get-
: . - ;-.ri'--s after the election.
. . n -i--' :iat iiiay
said deceased to make immeiaate 1 -
ment, and ail persons having 1
against tiie said estate to present t ''':'
r 1 . -i . 1 ( -
m t y ys
uf October 187, or tliis n .-ti-"- ;"
pleaded in bar of their recovery-
J. w. r. 1IKII-'I;
This Oct. 2S, iSq6. Adni'r- L. i - '