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Concord. N. O.
CJ; I'ivJ. 12, 1895.
wjo-jl-- '"fg'i'l."" him iwt'wiim';
G . i A O'K vrites to his pa
K-rs ti'iir "the Populirts are vry
-t-iridv rtVblv worked up, aud some
- r .'! uie that if the silver
sien is the Republican party in this
not strong enough to con-
v rgiii).:.:;ticn, why then
-b -r; riiuot be three electoral tickets,
;; :,r they also favor three Sta'e
it ;i an open secret that
r e Tt u:!s,s who are thus talking
iu-Jieve their party to be strong
uonl to carry ihi State. It may
:e that Vey talk in this fashion in
rder to g: : as much out cf the Re
publicans a3 possible, though they
iTur ihey are Eincere;"
A m-dical authority truthfully
sjounus t ae praise of onions. They
sre tir ' ' - bluou purifiers. Boiled
onions a.cu frequently in a family
will i:d o3 many diseases to which
the litt'e ones aie subject. As an ex.
l2ixiu cvy option they are success
fully iv ed t.-i ciibcs of croup and earn
tiche. They a;e good for the com
.plexion, and a lady who has a won
dcrf LiTy cleai, fine complexion at
tribe tt-a it to tne liberal use
ini'i? as foci. People troubled
with wakefulness may bb assured a
good night's rest often if just before
retiring they will eat a raw onion.
Whin troubled with a hard cough,
rf a raw onion is eaten the phlegm
will loosen almost immediately, and
can then be easily expectorated.
It ia ?aid that women who go into
busictss life have not only a greater
chance of marriage than girls who
stsy at home, but greater prospects
of happiness afterward. The leason
alleged is that they make the ac
quaintance cf the class of men who
make, as a rule, good husbands
that is, industrious, intelligent,
hard -vor king men ot business. More
Oye: , working with them day by day,
each n.3 more than usually good
onporrnnity of discovering the
otker'e real character, so that there
is leas rick of disillusionment after
''I hod applauee an excellent
tonic," says Kichard Mansfield. So
lo all ho appeal to the public, Aps
plauee is like wine of iron to the
blood ; and the merchant who ap
peals to the came public a3 does the
actor who is, in ffict, an actor in
iia own sphereneeds the ;onic of
applause, too. He gets it not merely
:n the increased amount of hia re
ceipts, but in the swift response of
the public to h;s special "hit?." b.e
might yearn in vain for plauditd ol
this kind if tha public and publicity
did not come into close contact with
It is estimated that more big game
was killed in the Maine forests dur
ing October and November this year
than during October, November and
December of last year. According
to records kept by railroads oyer
which hunters ship their game, 1170
deer, V moose and 68 caribon were
killed during October and November
this year, while during the three
hunting months of last year only
1C01 deer, 45 mooee and 50. caribon
This Free Country.
St. Paul, Minn,, Dec. 11- The
State Superintendent ot Public In
struction recently received an in
qniry: whether or not the lav pro
hibited the opening of public schools
with a recital of the Lord's Prajer,
and r. -king the advice of the aupiinnn
tendent when one person in the dis
trict objected to the service. Attor
jney General Childs, to whom the
matter was referred, holds that the
service is in violation of section 1G
of the State constitution, which pro
vides that no person shall b", com
pelled to attend, eri.ct or support
any place of worship. As the con
stitution requires the people of the
State to support its tchoo's a iclig
iou8 service at the opening cf tiiu
school in unconstitutional and can
not be maintained where there ia un
Electric Bitters iy a medicine suit
ed for any reason, but perhaps more
generally noeded, when the I jguid
exhausted feeling prevail?, v.hoxitlio
Jiver is torpid and sluggish and th
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicino will
act more surely in rountevactin
and freoint: the ey stein, from the
malarial poison. Headache, Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness
yield to Elcctrio Bitters. ZOz. and
81.00 per bottle at Fetzor's drug
To Bo Ileautliul.
Eat fruit for breakfast.
Eat fruit for luucheon,
Shun hot cakes.
Flee from hot biscuits.
Eat srahao and whole wheat
Deny yourself sausages al break
Tako omeleiios or chops instead.
Refuse rice puddings.
Decline potatoes if they are sorved
more than once a day.
Do not become a tea or coffee
Walk four miles everyjday.
Take a bath every day.
Wash the face every nierhtl in
Sleep eight hours a night.
Think more about making other
people happy than of making your
se1! comfortable, but
Don't worry about either.
II o Jt'ouffbt for bis Liberty.
AsriviLLE, IN, O., Dec. 11. Yes s
terday Specif State Agent J A
Perry, c f Morganton, andposso sur
rounded tho house of John -Lyda,
an escaped convict, in Henderson
county, to av refit him and carry him
bck to the penitentiary. Lyda
fired through the window, the bullet
striking Perry in the bhouldor and
seriously wounding him. Friends
of Lyda ran to the scene and a bat
tle was imminent, but finally Lyda
surrendered uoon threat that the
house would be burned over his
head. Lyda;. was brought to jail
here, Perry ia in the Mission Hos
pitaJ. Lyd? was sentenced in 1883
for ten years as accossary to a kill
ing in HendeiHonlcounty. lie es
caped in 1893.-,
C. S. King, Water Valley, Kiss., cured by
"For five years, I suffered untold misery
rom muscular rheumatism. I tried every
known remedy, consulted the best physi
cians, visited Hot Springs, Ark.,three times,
spending $1000 there, besides doctors' bills;
l)ut could obtain only temporary relief. My
flesh was wasted away so that I weighed
only ninetv-three pounds ; my left arm and
leg were drawn out of shape, the- muscles
tieing wisted up in knots. I was unable to
aress lyself, except with assistance, ar;d
could o Uy hobl)l"about by using a cane. L
Lad no appetite, and was assured, by the
doctors, tl .-it 1 could not live. The pains, at
times, wore so awful, that I could proouro
relief only by mollis of hypodermic injec
tions of morphine, I had my limbs bandaged
In clay, in sulphur, in poultices; but theso
gave only temporary relief. Alter trying
evcrylhir.g, und suiretii.g the most awful
'ortures, llh gan to take Ayer's Sarsaparilku
Inside of tw p months, I was able to walk
wilhout r. enne. In three months, my limbs
began to strengthen, and in the course of a
: -t, I v.:;S cure.!. TMy wv.ght has increr.seu
to lG.r) cundii, and I am now able to do my
tu'.I d;iys v. oil: a 5? a rail re-ad blacksmith."
T!;e Crty Willi's "air Sr.raipariila.
S.YISJfS 1 XLLS cure Jlinliichc.
It; JUST AH COOD FOR ADULTS.
Galatja, Ills.. Nov. 16, 1533.
Paris ModictDO Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: Wo eold last year, 600 bottlea of
OKOVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and hav
toujiht tbreo gross alruudy this yeax. In all our ex
perience of 14 years, in tho drug business, bavO
never Bold an articlo that gave such univerBal satis
iacUuu aa your Tonic. Yours truly,
ABNEY, CARB & Cd.
For sale by all druggists.
A Flourishing School for Young
Ornamental Branches Keceive
Oarefui Attention ;
UEV. C. L. T. FISHEK, A. M
MOUNT PLEASANT. N O
BELONGS TO THE NEW
To open January 1, 1896
the Hoover & Lore building,
room now occupied by Lowe
"W. L. BELL
Undertaker and Embalmer;
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