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rOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
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"SOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
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SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
OHX C. SCARBOROUGH
011 ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
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vV,. II. BROWN, of Beaufort.
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E STATE SEN AT
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FOR THE HOUSE,
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mil REfiTSTER OF IEEIS,
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JOHN H. LONG.
CHARLES A. SHERWOOD.
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CONCORD, SERT., 2G, 1895.
(;L.'i!sro.f: n the kelief.
lands grand old mm is not
iaVdno, his talents ru3t,tbut is filling
his L-ngthened day with noble elS
forts at philanthropic relief to needy
Mr. Gladstone cannot look on
with indifference at the blood curdo
ling atrocities of Turkey towards
her Armenian defendants. The
fact that Turkey can continue
slaughtering those defenseless peo
ple and all the world stands off and
looks on, is proof that ciyilizition
.eeds to be yery much more devel
oped till suffering humanity will
not haye to cry in vain for help be
cause the greed of poer and terri
tori&l acquisitons might suffer some
neglect if human misery were looks
ed after. The time honored coun
sels of the father of hia country,
that America avoid entangling alli
ance with European cations was
hardly meant to go so far as to dis
regard the wailings of humanity,
and if England needs the coopera
tion xf America to stanch the flow
of Christian blood in Armenia it is
to be hoped that no hindrances exist.
Could America do a more noble
thing than, second the movement of
England's grand old man ?
meat station h'di sent out phainph
let on the tubj-ct of Parasites of Do
uieatic Animals. It is full of the
results of the most minute iveKirch
iuto the causes of imperfect health
in domestic animals ami lida thorn
to be largely due to parasites (r.bat is
little iuaets thac feed on the ani
mal) within and without the ;. nun ii.
The pbamphlet is full of interest
ing matter and y s many causes
o evil and the remedies of the same.
The existence of these pests so often
bewilder the owner of the animal
and lead to discouragement in en
terprise wh?u probably the remedy
is at hand if only known. We are
sorry the supply of these pamphlets
is so limited that we cannot place
one in the bauds of all our stock
The editorial in Friday mornings
Charlotte Observer is well worth the
perusal of any intelligent voter.
Much of its space is given to an
swering charges made by the News
and Observer. That it is logical,
no one will deny. It sounds a
warning in these very apt words :
"Much more important to N. C,
that Russell should be defeated than
that Bryan or any Democrat should
be elected Prescient."
As a people we know nothing of
Russell in this part of the State, we
have only heard of his villainly and
! peril Jy, yet it doe3 seem that the
Eistern manhood has forgoctcn the
Ho!den-Kirk war. This same fel-
I low, men a young man, was a cir
cuit Judge, using his high cilice to
j proatit u tin jti3:iceg and terrorising
and horroritiing the more influential
cU'z.nsot his district by acting on
the infoimation of his spies. If it
13 true that some FFistem Democrats
will vote for him no more appropriate
text could be quoted : ;As a dog re
turns to his vomit ; a3 a sow to her
wallow, so an evil man returns to
The Burlington NVwh has changed
editors and proprietors and has also
become a weekly instead of a daily.
We are sorry to lo3e from the edi
tonal circles brother Hunt, wbcm
we had just learned to know, but
from his own encomiuuM on the
new regime we hope the News wiii
be none the less a welcome factor in
our group of exchanges, when
wiehea to th ,d and welcome t0
the new !
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The Inventions lof AVoineu.
A hair curler.
A skirt supporter.
Cabinet for trunks.
A garment supporter.
A detachable hinge for doors and
A novel oval-shaped lapboard for
use in sewing and cutting garments.
A toilet box, comprising all the
different adjuncts for the feminine
A peculiar form of solder and
method of applying it for mending
A novel device for holding ears of
green corn while at the table to fa
cilitate eating the corn therefrom.
An artificial butterfly in which
the motions of the wings are simu
lated by ingeniously articulated
List spring dunui? the months of
April and May the writer sold loada
of sweet potatoes in Concord for CO
and 70 cents per bushel. Siuce
then I have received inquiries about,
banking. Some of them I haye
'answered, and will answer oUiers
through Tub Stndvkd if you will
allow me space: Select a place where
the war-er will nor stand, elevate the
einh anout six inches, nut wheat
straw four inches on this, then put
on your potatoes in a conical heap
10 to GO bushels make agcod sizsd
bank then cover with straw 4
inches thick; get boards that will
just reach from bottom to tcp, st ind
these around the bank until the
straw is covered so that the earth
cannot get to the straw, leaving an
opening on the south side 2x2 feet.
If the bo.rds are not too 1 ng there
will be an opening on top about 2
fet in diameter. Next cover with
earth 8 or 10 inches thick, leaving
the openings at the south and top ot
bank uncovered for yentilation, un
til real freez.ng weather, then cover
the openings the same as the rest of
bank, but on warm days open nut
your ventilation; shut when cold.
Now protect the entire bank with a
good roof to keep perfectly dry
and your "taters" are safe.
L W S Bost.
Organ Church, N. C.
1 S. Dig as soon as ripe, gen
erally about the middle of October
or as soon as leaves are yellow. Han
dle carefully, as a bruised potato
will not keep, it uiit'ers not how
put up. L W S B,
The many little friends of Arthur
Bo.it were glad to se him at home
again, after an absence of six weeks
Arthur was visiting at his uncle's,
VV E Beaver, near China Grove,
where he was taken with typhoid
Cicorgo Cox is atlt-ndirg echool
ntar Bethauy church, Ilv. L M L
Mr. Tom Ilhinehart, who has
been farming on what is known as
the Cruse place, is going to move to
Mr. Pleaaant. Tom and his better
half have been living with us for
two years, and we are sorrv to lose
them. Mr. J M Hipp will take his
placy. Mr. Hipp i3 no stranger,
having lived there three or four
years before Mr. Khiuehardt got
That's Ayer's. The same old
sarsaparilla as it was made and
sold by Dr. J. C. Ayer HO years
ago. In the laboratory it is
different. There modern appli
ances lend speed to skill and
experience. But the sarsapa
rilla is the same old sarsaparilla
that made the record SO years
of cures. Why don't we better
it? Well, we're much in the
condition of the Bishop and the
raspberry : " Doubtless, " he
said, "God might have made a
better berry. But doubtless,
also, He never did. " Why
don't we better the sarsaparilla?
We can't. We are using the
same old plant that cured the
Indians and the Spaniards. It
has not been bettered. And
since tee make sarsaparilla com
pound out of sarsaparilla plant,
we see ho way of improvement.
Of course, if w were making
some secret chemical compound
we might.... But we're net.
We're making the same old sar
saparilla to cure the same old
diseases. You can tell it's the
same old sarsaparilla be
cause it works the aatne ofZ.
eures. It's the sovereign blood
purifier, and- it'm Ayer:
colored shirty 28 cts.
Club lionse ties 5
Sox 4 cents to 40 cts.
Ladies black hose 4
cents to 37-' cents.
Ladies 35 inch
Hermsdorf Opera hose
Ladies white collars
10 cent, cuffs 18 cts.
Ladies silvered or
black bone shirtwaist
buttons 5 cts per doz.
Ladies black silk
watch guards 10 cts.
Chair seats 3 to 5 cts
Wire hair brushes 8
Royal talcum pow
der at 3 for 25 cents.
Handkerchiefs 1 ct
to 37' cts each.
Mens caps 10 cents,
hats 23 cts up.
Two papers need!
for 1 cent, or better
ones 1 cent.
Sewing machine o;
5 cts per bottle.
Towels 4 cts up.
Shaving brushes I
Garter elastic 2 cu
per yard up.
White taioe 1
Hooks and Is 2 doz.
fori cent, improved 1
cent per dozen.
The best colored
spool cotton made ai
Tooth brushes 2 ct:
Shoe blacking 1 ceni
Six dozen shirt but
tons for 1 cent.
Three lead pencils
for 1 cent
Combs 3 cents up.
t 1?0 ft