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JOKN D. BAERIER & SON,
Editors and x-roprictors.
JAS. P. COOK,
OFFICE IN BRICK BOW.
.Uii PRESIDE XT,
. JENNINGS BRYAN.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
All r HUB SEW ALL.
'" FOR GOVEEXOli,
CYRUS B. WATSON
:f; IIEXANT GOVERNOR,
; YY. MASON
CRETARY OF STATK,
A. .. COOKE
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wth Jittle sprouts T0trn out from
tbe kernels that ntd not been
scraped oat from the cob. Thus it
is proven-that a very small part of a
graiti contains the germ as the peal
ing of a potato does and that ripen
ing is not necessary to the existence
of the fertile germ but only to pro
Now comes along, somebody th-i
hi3 discovered what u temi-d mag
ical powder which, mixed with sul
phate of zinc, has the pOAer of ab
An engineer on tne S. A. L.,
whose veracity cannot be doubted,
relates a Btrange coincident, which
happened in this town last Monday.
II 3 says he was walking along First
street, and just as be got opposite
Cant. T F Anderson'? residence, he
heard something fall j ust in front!
of him, and upon investigation, he
lound it waa a brand new silver
nuarier. He looked around and
not teeing any one near, could not
imagine where it came from.
So you Fee, we are destined to
have free silver. If the American
fcOIUiU "uv " . . I people will not vote for us to have
thed.rk: but thus far ecieuLiiic j .J. from tbe ekies. Old
utility seems to h.)!d this luminous J aU his gold cannot
powder sacrei to the use of the j.. jt back. It's coming just as
naw woman and dusts it freely on 8Ure as vou re living VeIdon
the bicycle girl v.-bo reaches News.
, I imra fc""
throiu h the a'-ieets at night witii no iieii wanted.
fear of arrest for want of a lamp Agents wanted co sell Macintoshes j
, j j ::nd Rubber .Clothing, -1 irta. antra
iui line il liub'.K-r (Joode, fPrt or
and thus further traimcreis beree!i
into an ange
10 i nil oi) Fere sum pies, and pror.ccttd
c'.eavc your head if you don't stana ground to workfi. rectory 1. O.
aside, as she is of pierc.ng j 13TI, Ne ork.
h?art if you htvo not the iusu'e
track on that other
us that ne iiaa a l
trees th.it huve a
peaches this year,
about th? il:: ? el
xrA he thuw.c .
enough to be eaU.-
(JjvjoivJy u or del :iU i" i. i. u.eutc,
uLicii aie funny wiihou - iiiieat, are
t -i- '!::. iri the loadun r-jji-fr.
1'- ' 1 1 i. WDjiu : ; than tlit-v are in New
cCi oi j York 5,'u!..;icaifo:tJ. An Ejj'ii-jh pvs
or italic j 1)A UD vould
' U;e other day
oi thti OeJl coiitctiou ot iiicli an-
mears, and tn.
the r : i 1 1 :
i ruu ,o.
v. ell'j neui.
., SwAK BOROUGH
'CIA' h ,.' L S'i ICES,
VERY, of Burke,
rdiOWN, of Beaufort.
.... J. ;fON,
'i'i-.id t f -pudding
is in chtv...
u i iie jj u v
io If r'
o:;. !. .rri go
k J co:;:e in
',; io sell L.r
bread in a
ing him two cropj cf :t ;ehe$ while ; i,.. .
many a fellow ja: 3 j ;
:.fa .1 niiwe
r i in-
.-d go: no
CO OX ( Y.
THE ?TATE S K ' A T E ,
M F. NESB1T.
..MAS J. WHITl-L-
.. j;aiTEi: or iei:is,
s K. PATiFRON.
CALEB V. SWINK,
r :: i OTTOX WEIGIIEU,
W. II . BO.ST.
JOHN H. LONG.
iAKi,LS A. S1IEUYV00D.
0 ar ;- " m nroba Vdy
liely of i.i.eliectual
mcnts tuitable for jrentlcm.-n with
j ib'ti ; i;g dODl'ir7
uV':!at :l a rocr: b" two rnUe-
eA ! v : Unm and j
j i i-tnty biwaur' ''Lost, a collie
' - e. in a e n o - i' i 1 ay a n s w e r -'
; ing Jim v 1 1 h a brass collar round
fancy that we get in :i :h
today in the latere-'. 6 of
j though itmay be dim rail to discern ! ;li3 :5Ck and a muzz A."
I just whert the eciciice comes in in; Wanted, oy a reared Ale girl,
the raihoal collision. The rafa!i-1 hei p uiigeto New YorK, willing to
; ties wer-surely not yery fcientilic, take care of children and a good
The communication, we think, may j sailor " "For sale a pl:aicforte,
i the property of a musician with
! be classed as c riLrht
j We agree with the writer that when
'railroad collisions are on hand it iJ "A bo? .wauted Avho can open
i ,, A , r " I oysters with a reference.'' Bulldog
j well to be as lar away as poiiiible. f,r dat; N,iU oat uujthing; vcrv
fond of children."
ti aunu au uig:ii:!is, iUlU a OOy 10
a: commissioners, j.Mr. G. CaiMoutte, Druggist, at; blow the same." Wan ted a boy to
, J. S. HARRIS, M. L j BeRverville, lib, says: ToDr.Kmg4ri be partly outside and partly behind
BROWN. I New discovery I owe i ,y HA- r,a-; the counter.'' Ex.
CONCORD, SEPT., 22, 1895.
eHWOitl MgTI iVfT 1
T.i: i: ; tax da ed Monday told of
Air. Le Lapp's unhappy experience
avi:.e V.- dog. The first impulse
-under eceli circumstances i3 to kill
Ant " .r We hope Mr. Sapp did not
iAU bt:J, I Aider such circumstances
it iA lAAer to capture the dog if
o?.;;1?11 :id see if hydrophobia
xisU. If the dos: lives more than
zii.- or ten days i ver had hydro
phobif. 3.nd the bitten person can
:h -'. --c, but if Ir ' ophobia deveL
oped in the dog and killed him, then
the bitten ier8on may justly feel
-so'aae i:ai:nes3 and some unsafety,
though only a small percentage of
feitten people take hydrophobia,
prol AAy not more than 3 or 4 in
taken with La Grippe and tAod all I
the physicians for miles about, l)Et
of no avail and was given up and j
told I could not live. Having '!.
j Kiner's New Discovery in my;btc:ee I ;'
Ben: ror a Dottle ana LJe;,en w: m-o
and from tho first dose began to
set better, and after using three
bottles was un and about again. It
ia worth its weight in gold. AYo
won't keep store or hcjso without
it. Get a free trial at letzer's
We do not know that any ecien--Ust
has eyer revealed the earliest
possible stage of germation in corn.
Vsq are accustomed to think that
the ear should be well ripe when
rpluckedj or germination can not be
expected. Such seems noW an er
iror. Our former neighbor, Mr,
Ueorge Walter, discovered that the
cob from which the corn had been
cut aome days before as a ' roasting
car, was well coyered on one side
A -100-Pound Coue ol (Jol 3 Ilulfinu.
A cone of gold bullion that
weighed 4,747 ounces was turned in
yesterday at the Assay Offico in this
city. , It came from the Caribou
Hydraulic miDe in British Colum
bia, and was 12A inches in height
and finches across the base, in the
shape of the vessel in which it was
melted. Officials at the Assay
Qffice thought that it would assay
at least $18 an cuncx and said that
it was tha larger, t chunk of gold they
had ever received. New Y'ork Sun.
BucKlen's Arnica nniye.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give statisfaction. or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
Dr. Miles' JPklin PtUm are guaranteed to ton
2feaZacjK4&3 BUnute "Oao cent Uo?"
Beautiful eyes grow dull and did
As the swift years steal away.
B-auliful, willowy forms 60 slitn
I.c.;c fairness with every day.
But she still is queeu and hath charms to
Who wears youth's coronal beautiful
Preserve Your Hair
and you preserve your youth,
"A woman is as old as she
looks," says tho -world. No
woman look3 as old as she Is
If her hair has preserved its
normal beauty. You can keep
hair from: falling out, restoring
Its normal color, or restore the
normal color to gray or faded
hair, by the use of
Ayer's, Hair Vigor.
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