North Carolina Newspapers

    TOHJSr D. BARRIER & SON,
Editors and Proprietors.
.rAS. P. COOK,
Editorial Correspondent.
OF t ICC IN BRICK ROW.
. D emo era ticTicket .
NATIONAL.
FOK PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
ARTHUR sEWALL.
STATE.
FOP, GOVERNOR,
CYRUS B. WATSON
OF FORSYTH.
20 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
THOS. W. MASON
OF NORTHAMPTON.
'J Oil SECRETARY OF STATE,
CHAS. M. COOKE
OF FRANKLIN.
FOR TREASURER,
B. F. AYCOCK
OF Vt'AYNE.
v'V. AUDITOR,
KOBT. M. FUKMAN
OF BUNCOMBE.
SOU ATTORNEY GENERAL,
LilANK I. OSBORNE
0? MECKLENIiUJiG.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
INSTILUCTION,
c'OHN C. SCARBOROUGH
( r ' ? j j i b i o n
r y-x ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
A. C. AVERY, of Burke,
' brown, r-r iaufor
TON GUESS FROM 7T1I CONGRES
. SIONAL DISTRICT,
C'JCN I Y.
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10 R CORONER,
"A RLE'3 A. PHEUWOOD.
;. ,J1L, J. -fc. iiAil IUS, M. E
BROWN.
r-')-ClM.;i), OCT., Uwt.
Vi'e u:i g'ad th: io tnuny of our
:. b.b'. ins turn out to-hear the discuss
dons of the issues now pending. It
how: a disposition to treat honest
r-ponenis wich due deference.
Aoiong tbe speakers there are those
-. be iu.ay not be sincere. A close
ivjutbij will generally detect it
?bc one likes to admit that he is
iiade e f putty that can be com
pressed into any form of conviction
that the speaker desires. There are
'.he fewest number of speeches that
ic not contain matter to be es
. hev:cd and there are few also that
.uave not food for proGtable thought.
11 a man is a man he will be the
better able to defend the truth and
combat error by hearing every side.
"There are speeches that tend to ar
ray cm class against another till
btkej are unfit to be heard by any
: r ot vell grounded in his sense
or wroug in such folly and wickeds
" .Ci.ci:G.
We are to be congratulated that
. most of our speeches this fall have
teen in a measure free from this
vil, especially when compared with
cther campaigns.
3?he speakers last night were
comparatively free from BTiy th?v -
f . , tllfl h(l.rjri,
to irritate the m areis.
The arguments were area a3 we
thought were good Democratic doc-,
t-ipe before the Chico convention
, r
Since then, m deforce to m,jon-
ties and a very popular demand, we
-
hnvfl fflt it to be beat to unite for
the election of the Chicago ticket
and ve h-t) the more braced in our
course by the fact than we have such
men as Hoke Smith, General (-or
don and a number of others of
prominence with us.
We think one of the spt-akers
dropped in the error of looking
upon Mr. Bryau as favoring meas
ured more extreme than he does.
Mr. Vinton't lemarks on capital
and labor were intended to combat
that surprising assertion that the
tiuancial iotue is an issue of the
clasbes against the masses. We re
gret most of all that anyone missed
that part of his speech. It was
kind in spirit, forcible 'n logic and
was well calculated to help to link
these two eleran8 in closer com
pact to the pro.'prity and the well
being of nil concerned. It was no
ticable in i s t lft cts and we feel
sure that its influences will be felt
and put to Hying application.
Our McKiniey protection friends
nyjm all the time to plea. I ior the
adyantage of the producer r.d i'or-
get that the consumer is to receive
-i:y cotisi'loi'ution whatever. If the
consumer is depreided tiil he is una,
hie to consume much of '"be produce
will lack a market aud iA hn.
ttci: v i1 ' aci.-n :it to licilr.
Old pecpie s ho rtquiit .
to re-gulale tb-.ii- bowels n
noys will ii::-d t!:' true i-;.-
---'"':V ill
i Jt-ctnc Bit: 'rs. I in:-? :
d 0Co not tiiiai.la've :ii--d contai
wiasRey nor uu.
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' i?iicxlc':i i, La.
il f.tORlU'Jl .lid
howeh-, ma::. i, : . :
to the org a tho. .-.'by -'-'in-: inture
1!1 ti:0 7U-VJ. 'I .!'.
rie BiU ti s :
pel.ze-r a ad :
ptcplo hud it
tliGV IK'OvI- I'; 1c
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exc. b,:
c' -bi;e
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our ok.v
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Oh;
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While ec me ;
that v.. v- li
vere wiutt-r, it
safest course to
to
i.
i ho wisest and
: -ue t o MrGi?.LT
X
' - iii the-th-:
winter'
ior a VLiy (kcr
temperature di '
months. The utmost precaution
should bo empl.-ud to s.nrure the
liye stock on the xuini froL. the m
clemency of ih.a mvihv-: ivid -he
sudden declensio 1 -f th1) f h'-Tuior.ie"
tcr to zero during the winter
months. It is not only humane to
the animal, but a saving of pro
vender. The unexpected, it is said,
always happens; but if you expect
and prepare for an emergency and
it does not happen, you are not a
loser thereby. The Eev, Irl li
Hicks, the great weather prophot,
who has many firm believers in the
accuracy of his predictions, has
stated that the month of P?eorr.V:-r
will be one of the incit severe that
we have known for years, Winter,
he says, will begin early and be a
cold one, but the centre of the worst
period will begin on December 10th,
and continue until December 30th.
Forewarned forearmed. The path
of prudence is to fortify ourselves
against all possible damage from
the inclemency of winter. South-
em Farm.
Help Wanted.
Agents wanted to sell Macintoshes
and Rubber Clothing, Tires, and a
full line of Rubber Goods, (Part or
all of). Free samples, and procected
ground to workers. Factory P, 0.
1371. New York.
j ii.wehcriiuB.
! If a woman id in good nel I
. , , -..f,.. Pmnlo-
tiitre is lo more healtni'-11 emI,KJ
menfc tbaQ hou8eWork. General.
speafciug, there its no happier won. a,
jiu the world. But how ciiff-ren
whea every hreafh is pain, ever
,offJe , rmi eJe o( M
U:J ujtje Cage8 out Qf fen comes fror
-ill-..
i -ovne derangement or tne uencn..
feminize oruers of generation. -Tin
family docior inquires drat cencern
ii2T these. He most usually insist
r - a. i . : .
the modest woman naturally shrinks.
She is right. Except in very unu
sual cases of "female weakness"
animations are unnecessary. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
j simple, natural remedy for these
i lie?. It cures safelv, permanently.
Address with 21 cents in one-cent
stamps, to covor cost of mailing
only," World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, JN. iM and ee
j a freQ copy of the "Medical Adviser.
77
Original Observations.
Tis the early chestnut that
catches the worm.
The read to economy is a prudent
buy-way.
Legal redress is the court plaster
of the feelings.
Sweet-meets two lovers folded
in each other's arms.
A cutaway jacket is the best cos
turre for an elopement.
It is a curious fact that a steam
whistle makes a horse fly.
Many Orange men think that a
hrJf loaf ?- better than no vacation.
w ho loves William never
, ... : father in foot her bill.
Wnen age is in question women
are not of a lor-giving disposition.
Soon be time for sausage, the
shi-dov.'.
bli, a :-ong a leap year, pocket
fi:h oi cash, that's the kind of bach
A'i fi r merry maids to umash."
V,..--:i -.?c vipon thn first of men
the ap;Te pressed with specious
eaiv, 0, what a thousand pities
- - v -v..a;i ::ot :i':amant.
'P:, Ivg'j-rnrj comes vhen ti.e
ho-.ir is late, to the pane where the
'ii t nhining, and the hugwurap
-U!.i(i a: yarA g-ite, hi.-: arm the
:n .''.winiin:.
n H:nr7 vrr" cmriins; Sarah
t x , r. f 1..,.; .-. ill,
no, that he is raarried, ne
t.iat ho i:ab a klb-s,, wife
.. 'evi;r meutiji: it. Orange
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b Sms;
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Beautiful ej'es grow dull and dim
As the swiit years steal away.
Beautiful, willcwy forms so slim
ivose fairr.ess with every day.
2ut she fctill is queen and hath charms feo
rpare
Vho wears youth's coronal beautiful
hair.
Preserve Your Hair
and you preserve your youth.
"A woman is a3 old as she
icolis," says the 7orld. Ko
woni'ii looks as old as she ia
if her hair has preserved its
normal beauty. You can keep
hair from falling out, restoring
its normal color, or re'store the
normal color to gray or faded
hair, by tia use of
Ayer'S Hair Vigor.
L.M ARCHEY, M D
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N. C.
OFFICE: ST.gCLGDD ANNEX!
B ACKET
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Men's- Laundered
colored shirts 28 cts.
Clnb house ties 5
cents up.
Sox 4 cents to 40 cts.
Ladies black hose 4
cents to 37-i cents.
Ladies 35 inch
Hermsdorf Opera hose
35 cents.
Ladies white collars
10 cent, cuffs IS cts.
l4...-'.-.'0
or i
black ociiG snirc T5a:s
mi
oer aoz.
biacii s:1k
watch euards 10 cts.
"T"C t'O pre: ;
!
eac.
Royal taicmn pow
der at 3 for 25 cents.
Handkerchiefs 1 c.
to 37i cts each.
Mens caps 10 cents,
hats 23 cts up.
iir1"''' . . t" i. .. . . .
Two papers needles
for 1 cent, or b&cter
ones 1 cent.
Sewing machine oil
5 cts per bottle.
Towels 4 cts up.
Shaving brus1: :: 3
cts up.
Garter elastic Z
per yard np.
White tape 1 ci ,c:
roil.
Hooks and.T b 2
for 1 cent, iV-pvb
cent r)er dczD.
The besc Ki:::
spool corton y
21 cents.
r ooth brusneb :. .
Ulb-
LlioebIo.ckuiL-
up,
dozen shirt
tons for I cent.
i
... i
Three ; lead
for 1 cent.
Combs 3 cents -up
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